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CE New York. No Stalecnt ofNew Enigiard,except
New York, voted for Clinton. Elbridge Garry, of
0o. Massachusetts; was chosen Vi,-e President.
Iy. In 1817, James Mlonroe, of Virginia, tas eho-
e; sen President, having received I53 of the 217
ct electoral Votes, He Lbd the entire vote of all the
of States; except those of Masschntsetis, Connecticut,
of and Delaware, which were thrown for Rul'us King,
,9. of New York. Daniel D. Ton pkins, of .New
th York, was chosen Vice President. "L
he In 1821i Jamnes Monroe was re-elected Fresi-
at dent. He received 231 of the 232 votes, being
lit the entire vote of all the States, except tne from
ic New Hampshire, which was thrown f1r Jolm Q;
in Adams. Daniel D. Tompkins, was again chosen
ir, Vice Prisident almost as Unanimously,,
ed In 1825, there was no choice by the people,
of and the election again devolved iip'nin the- House
,st of Representatives, and John Quincy Adams w-as
o. chosen. The votes of electors for PrEsident were
es tor Andrew Jackson, of Tennessee, 99; John Q.,
es Adams, of Massachus tts, 84; W. H. Cra% f,,rd, of
rs Georgia, 41; and Henry Clay, of Kerd ucky, 37;- in
s- all, 261. Jackson received the entire vote of New
al Jersey, Pennsylvania, North and South Carolina,
er Tennessee, Indiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, 1
ns ol the 36 votes of New York, 7 of the 11 votes of
n- Maryland, 3 of the 5 votes of Louisiana, and 2 of
ss the 3 votes of Illinois. Adams received the entire'
r, vote of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, _1assa-
to chusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, and 213 of
is the 36 votes of New York, 1 of the 3 votes' o-
n. Delaware, 3 of the 11 votes of Mar,' land, 2 of th6
_ 5 votes of Louisiana, and 1 of the'3 Votes of' I-
8. linois. Crawford received the entire vote of Vir-
3 ginia and Georgia, and 5 of the 36 votes ofN. York,
2 of the 3 votes of Delaware, and 1 of the 11 votes
n- of Maryland. Clay received the entire vote of
,d Kentucky, Ohio and Missouri, and 4 of, the 36
,v votes of New York. In the Honue of Represen-
n tatives, John Quincy Adams received the votesof\
;- 13 ofth'e 24 States on the fist lalloling, and was
e declared elected. John' Caldwell Calhoun, of
South Carolina,' was chosen Vice President by
e the people, he having received 152 of tfei261
7, electoral votes. The other votes foi" Vi'e Presi.
dent were, fbr Mr. Sanford, 30; Mr. Macon, 24 -
Gen. Jackson, 13; Mr. Van Buren, 6; Mr. Clay 24
and there was one blank.
e In 1829, Andrew Jackson %'s'. elected Presi-
?, dent. He received 178 of the 2Il electorial votes.
r John Quincy Adams received the bal'nce-s-
e votes. John C. Calhoun was re-elected Vice Pre-
It sident.
In 1833, Jackson Was re-elected President,.
s having received 219 of the 288 electoral votfs.
v Of the balance, Henry Clay, of Kentucky, had-, 4,,
John Floyd, of Virinia, 14; William WIt, of
dMa yltini, 7. Martin Van Buren, of Newi York,
was chosen Vice President. ",
e In 1837, Martin Van Buren was '...:trr--;i-
dei t, Hercceiv-M 179 of the 294electorial votfs.
n 0' the balance, William Henry Har'ison,wfOio
t had 73; Hugh Lawsion White, 2Ci' ,;-.... 26
e Daniel Webster, of husot-. I i, m1' 'V'je
e M angom, of'N. Car(,li"a, 11. r f,.: I.! 1'I Jjh'n-
son, of'Kentuil-k was chosepl V, ,- 'e..d-,,! t.
In 1841, Wilhi U. nry i ..-^ -fiv. ,I osen
e President. He received 234 of iil
votes. M artin Van Lurenr r.f-i ,. l ..!la,.,,-
n 60 votes. John T.lcr, o Vir2, .3., a, s %arl,)sen
i Vice President, having r:.c.i'%,d 2321 electoral
I votes. Of the balance, P! cl. ,id M. Jor.nscn, of
f Kentucky, had 48 ; LiItleton W. Tazewell ct' Vir
ginia, 11; James K. Polk, of Tonnessee, 1,
From Hunt', Mere' an.i` s ,a...'.e.
*. Jl Li,.r/::COi Jrl .. *,.'.
It isstated ii theLo,,'.'.n.-' ,c: tl'^t, in 18216
the transac .t, rs ,.f I''it r .... I"
. c ;,,. e : r : c '. t l t e d
S to l0,0 i) .(-i,?'.) In 1:P 7,: -.--,(:a h.k ll
over th( Union, went dc,:. o ,'V;c .".tt-r ';nether+
and miany together, ah1(',st with a utnivera-l
crash. They fel, in ard ti1eir fall iivhlved the
Messrs. Browni's. The latkzr viet-e not crushed,
but theY were bruised. An 6e ican commerce was
at that time a ti\crin_- pile n course of erection-
bank credit t as the ?cafii h i ign It fell; and the
Browh's Were notfiar i f't1being qsmoolhliercd inthe
rubbish. Had thely pi:srossd I'-ss tI han the sl reihglh
of giants tiler c.-uld n11-t have exiricrted thtm-
SeltvcS and, giants js (hey were, they would have
Struggled in vain, had not a powerful hand asis.-
ied them, The British government saw, and
looked with apprehension as it saq the sl rubles
of this gigantic establishment+ lFrom Imverness
to Pe~nzance, there Was not a single town but
would have fe~lt its tall. In Sheffield and Bir-
minghaim, and (he towns surrounding themn, and
in Matnchester, Leeds, and all the great factory
communities, a iarge number of Ihe merchants
ar d employers, and, as? a matter of. course, every
rnan and woman employed, were more or less in-
volved in this establishment. The goverrr-ent of
that day saw the imminent peril, and so did the
directors of tl~e bank of England. The latter rre:
;nd passed a resolution to give assistance to Mr.
Brown to the extent of O2,000,000. The exaet
sum to which he was authorized to draw--a loan
of money, to an individual, mnparalleled' in the
history of the world--was 1,959,000. (Of this
loan, he took advantage to the extent of between
eight and nine hundred thousand pounds, which
he has since repaid, besides clearing off all other
embrrassments. What Mir. Rrown's personal for-
tune may be now, it is not necessary no enquire.
[t is amplle---probablv not less tfian theses which
he was authorized to borrow from the Bank of'
England in 1837; probably mote.

Jlwful Punishment.--The St. Louis New Era
of 14rh inst. says, In the Criminal Court, sen-
tence was pronounced upon Dr. Prather'and Dr.
Hall, for permitting the nuisance at the dissect-
inz room of the St. -Louis University during last,
winter, The sentence upon each was a fine of
five cents; and imprisonment fbr five minutes.--'
We understand that they haveserved out thei.
respective terms and have been discharged.

Scene in a Down East Printing offices*---
"Jim what are you doing thereon the floor?"
"Why sir I've had a shodk.'
"A shock?'
"Yes, sir."
."What kiind"of a shock?"
"Why siri one ofrour subscribers came in du-
ring your absence, and offered to pay ayeai'osur-
sciption, which produced such an effect on 'oei
that I have been perfectly helpless ever since.'
"No wonder Jim; but cheer up, if you survive,
this you arc safe, s there is a little prospect o|
another such a catastrophe in this office.*





The first President of the United States, Ge
Washington, was elected in 1789, unanimously
He received the five electoral votes of Ne
Hampshire, 10 :of Massachusetts, 7 of Connec
icut, 6 of New Jeriey, 10 of Pennsylvania, 3
Delaware, 6 of Maryland, 10 of Virginia, 7
South Carolina, and 5 of Georgia-in all 6
The first Congress, met at New York in the mon
of April, 1789, and Washington entered upon tf
duties of his office on the'30th of April of th
year; He arrived at New York from Mou
Vernon, dressed, it is said, in a suit of domest
manufacture. John Adants, who had been
Eiirope during most of the Revolutionary Wa
and who had then recently returned, was elected
Vice President, and t06k "his srat at the head
the Senate. Am.ig the members of the fir
Congress were Fisher Ames, Cna I Cabot, Thedore SeVd.wick. r,,b-rt Morris, Jam(
Madison, E"0,bert Benson, Willi.irr Smith, Eli;
Benedict. It is s.,il tial the Executive office
began their official life with more parade and o,
terntation than Was thovogiit het.'?oming;, and th
Mr. Adams walked, the streets with his hat undE
his armrn wearing a swcrd. \Washington's forn
and ceremonies were complainfPd of bv some er
emies, as aiiounting tfo royal cuoms Con'gres
continued is session till the *2.)h of Septernbe
1789, employed in framing the laws necessary t
the orgAnization of the government. In th
space of time, the construction of the powers in
tended to be given, was very ably discussed.-
The number of Senators then did not exceed I,
The number of Represent tives attending wa
about 80.
Washington was azain chosen President unan
imously 'by the eltctors of 1703. having receive
the entire vote ofl' hoLdeIl-and, Vermont, Ne-,
York, Kentucky and North Carolina, in addition
to the states above enumerated-in all 132 elec
toral votes. John Adams was again chosen Vie
President. "
John Adams succeeded Washington in thi
Presidency, by the vote of the electors in 179-,
he having received the entire vote or New Hainp
shire, Massachusetts, Rhode, Ishland, Conn cticur
Vermont; New York, Neov Jers.'\,'arid Delaware
and 10 shattering votes from rhther states. Other(
was great difference of opinion among one party
whether to seek the election of John Adams, o
Thomas Pinckney, of South Carolina.- As tht
Constitution then was, both were voted for bv tha
party expecting that one of them %% oild be'Pres
identi and the other Vice President. Thomas
Jefferson of Virginia, and George Clinton o14 New
York,'were the opposing candidates.* Most un
expectedly the result was tlat Mr. Adams stoet
the highest, Mr. Jefferson next, and Mr. Pinci;
ney third. It was supposed that so manvof thE
Eastern electors as preferred Mr. Ad.rs:s tu Mr
Pinckney, placed the latter candidate lower thar
they intended to do, and ther-by *ave a+ resul
which was exceedingly :unwelcome, as to thi
Vice President. Thomas Jefferson, h.ivirki tht
highest number of votes, was chosen Alice Pres-
i d e n t _-..
In 1801i there was no choice of President by thE
people. When the electoral votes were counted
it appeared that Thomas Jefferson had 73, Aaron
Burr 73i John Adams 65, Charles Cotesw'rth,
Pinckney 64i Jefferson and Burr having an e>:jua
number, the choice devolved on the House of
Representatives+ Mr. Jefterson took care to have
this ,, procedure corrected" by a change of the
Constitution before another election. 'I ne House
votes, on such occasions, by Statees. If the num-
ber of Represeotatives was seven a majority ol
the number: constituted the vote of the State. It
the number was equal, the vote of'that State
might be divided i but by a reulaltin adopted by
tile H,..uie,-the vote was not lost-in case of a di-
vision, but was counted though for neither party.
From New Hampshire there were 4 votes, from
Massachusetts 14i from Connecticut 7 ,Vermont
2, Rhode Island 2, N York 10, N Jersey 5, Penn-
sylvania 13 Delaware 1 Maryland 8, Virginia 19,
N Carolina 10i S Carolina 5, Georgia 1, Kentucky
2, 1'ennessee L. The Hou-se voted, among uther
regulations to attend to no business but the elec-
tion, while it was pending;, and not to adjourn
until an election was eflbeted. The balbotmg
began on Wednesday, the 11th day of Februarys
and continued until Tuesday the] 7th at o'Clock,
recurring at longer or shorter intervals. In 35
ballotings, the vote stood, 8 for Thomas Jeffirscn,
3br Aa_-on Burr, and two States were divided.
On the 36th ballot, Jefferson had 10 States, Burr
, and two States gave a blank vote. The pre-
sence off every tneiiber during this extraordinary
icene, which: lasted seven days, was indispen-
sable. Some of them were i:firm or indisposed,
ind were accommodated with beds or couches;
nd one member was so indisposed as to be at-
ended by his wire. 'The whole number present
v~as 104. The election was decided by the votes
ff Vermont and Maryland. Lewis R. Morris is
aid to have withdrawn leaving his colleague,
he famous Matthew Lyon; who was convicted et
edition, to vote tor Vermont. Four Representa-
ires in Marylanld are said to htave given blank
'otes, andithe other rour members from that
tate, to have voted tbr Jeffer'son.
These seven days of balloting were days of
reat excitement. Mr. Adams was there asPres-
dent contemplating the approach ot his political
nnihiliation, Mrt. Jefter'son was Ithere daily pre-
iding in the Seaate, ia all the inquietude o! suc-
ess or defeat. Bu'r was in New York or Albany.
[e being higher than any other candidate, was o)f
ou rse chosen Vice President.

In 180.5, Thornas J.eflrson was re-elected Pres.
dent, having received the entire electoral vote of
11 the States except Connecticut; Delaware and
daryland; the two first of which threw their
ull vote tor Charles C. Pinckney; and the last
ave 9 votes lor J fl..s,.. and 2 "fr Fi,,ckney.
*-eorge Clinton was elected Vice Iresident.
In 1809, James Madison was elected Pi'esident;
e received the entire vote of Vermontn Pennsy[-
ania, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Ken-
ucky, and Ohio, and 13 cf the 19 votes of New
roik, 9 of the 11 of Maryland, and 11 of the 14
f' North Carolina-in all 122 Of the balance
harles C. Pinckney received 47, and George
linton was at the same time chosen Vice Presi-
In 1813, Madison was re.elected. He received
he full vote of Vermont, Pennsylvani,,, Virginia,
iorth and South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky,
Fennessep, Ohio and Louisiana, a'-d 6 of the'll
notes of Maryland-in all 128. The balance of
he votes, 89, were given for De Witt Clinton, of


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A RD S. Fiom the PhiladJlpli., Dojtar Newspaper.

a, t. Wood, BY S. F. G.1
No. 31 Water-street, "A Ihwe d passio for the 'name of .Mary!'"
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla. __ .. [Byko.k.
if thou wert minT,
Wyllc & McKe zn2ie4 A cororial of flowers arouod'thy brow,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i Where -ver pensive beauty.riigdeth now,
No. 4 Water street; I would entwine. I
ruAtWalahiEola ,. Those eyes that shne
I A't WMn, } W'old quickly Move to muoi my poor lyre,
VWM. A. McKgNzia, 5 epi iy Such as the Sun on Meninondid inspire,
.... .. .. .O r s o n g o f t h i n e ,
iXavidtG. Piarey., My lips would spei
AND I)EALER ,IN GOODS; WVhere fond emotions rest a pant to start,
6a : No.43W'atet stI t. s ..,Or elseI't Would beak.
j a n 2 9 t l a n . A p a l a e h i c o i a F l d o s t p o w "F
: For such the powej
> B~. E is ai t o., Orloveliness infeawure and syul,
* DE.-VLERS, IN MISCEL5NEOUS GOODS, That are in thee, to soften and control..
No. 33 W ater- street,
de. l ly Apalatn"itdet ; Fl,. Fromi the London Speciatori,,
i muW. A; 0i C ", i. -Kai"A'li The difference betweeri a-t. European and an
COMMISSION MERCHANTS; American riot is striking. In Bohemia and in Si-
t No. 4 Columbus Block; lesia, as in England, riots are the peevish violence
\ Apalachiedla. oi'f hunger afraid of becoming still hungrier. Ant
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to American riot is the wry wantonness of fulness of
Liverpool, New York and Boston, and' also i breitd. "Jeshurun wa,-ed fat and kicked." The
store.r nov-1v V61unteers-of Texas, tie Sympathizers of Canada,
s nov1 ly e rioters of Philadelkiia, get up a row for excite-
*W A. 'Wor i meant.
_0. SO, RW; A. N E00l, The European rtot i the moie painful-to con-
COMMISION, FORWARDING MECHANT, template. It is easily suppressed; for wealth,
AND SHIP. CHANDLER, health-, discipline; and intelligence, are arrayed
No. 23 Watei street, against it. But men aie half-ashamed of striking
sep30 Apalachicola lPa. at hnnger.bitten wretches, among whom if there
be some criminals then are more fools and sufler-
' ers. ,They are ashamed to push back crowds,
". DoS ge & Gardner, whose meagre squalor shows the privations they
t 4WROaterS L&(AMSSION MERCHANTS, have undergone, into the misery from which they
dl8 ,.. Apalaehicola, Fla. are wildly struggling toget looqe. The sense of
restored tranquility is troubled by sympathy for
--_ Francis Kopman, the adversares they havw subdued.
'"QLrSALE AND RETAIL VEALER IN The American riot is'perhaps the most dan-
SHOESil.wc .QODS. CLO [I'II NG, HATS, &,c. gerous. It is stired upby vain imagination;
O 5. aw,- Cash, it is a stniug.le or parties almost on an equality
octl Chestnut-i o alachicola, Fla. in point of means, personal strength, and dici-
T '---, pline. The rioters or Ptiladelphia had cannon
"- : James G bson, "--<_ and ammunition ;and theMilitary were impromp-
!1USE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAIN-TiR tu soldiers'with tittle if my more dicipline than
AND GLAZIER, -t- r opponents. The men who murdered the
Apalachicola, Fla. Mormon prophet Joe Smith, after he had surren-
Keeps co0n"tantly on hand a tult supply of: dered on a pledge of safetT, and the men who at.
Paints, olt Gtassj Putty, &c-. & Work(done tempted to resist that brital violation of public
On thebost reasonable termDs. augl9 faith, are in their own State equal in social es-
-- '"p ,ral~ Ieo ar.i* ~ teem. A little more excitment, and the Bri-
PORT lA diesV. NO V AR PUBI tishsubject M'Leod migtt have experienced
PORT 'AA DPN AND X V piBLIG tho fate of American Joe Sihitb,-instead of being
Apa "ola, Fla MerelY-f-Di back into preon after he had been
Oice, JAW. 44 WVa1e2 street:. bailed' an Abic--an riot is not a revolt of want and
He wovid respectfully solicit the patronagn ignorance against weaitlhard intellience" it is
of his ffjends and acquaintances. o cial .. .i 'st law
an insurrection of soce YILagrainstlw
The great problem in politics is dustt the
U rg. W)Olt, I counteracting forces of conttl in the government
N 0 T X "-T- r-U C t C, and spontaneous action in !he individual. Too
No. 31 Water-street, much control paralyzes and enders imbecile the
mart iy Apalachieota, Fla. national mind; too much spontaneous action in
.... ... the individual generates anarchy, The time
A. L. Clem ents, seems approaching in the united States which
1 NO'TARKY PUBLiC wilt decide whether the 6ubts entertained by
No, 23 Water street, Washington, Hamilton, and the first Adams, of
ep0, Apalachicola, Fa. the adequacy of the Demoerate constitution ascaro
t ied through by the energy ol Jeftbrson, were not
W nl. Sydney",reen M& 0. Well foundIe'd. .The experiment still in progress
[. GREEN tOes thi opportunity of expres- in the Uuion is not merely as9o the possibility of
P sIg his gratitude to hi patrons) and to assure a Republican government u .i i, the phrase in the
ttis eortaat Qneavor to rea- wiid acceptation in which i. s applied to the
derhimself'more useful in 14 prots~ion. osiuino'u0TeVhadteUie
ffice on Cenite, near W;er street. dec25 Constitution f Rome, Veice. and the United
Provinces, but as to the posabhlity of a gover-
L. W. Sprltt* thent based upon the theory of Wuman perfectibil-
ATTORNEY & COUNS3L\OR AT LAW. ty-and the growing asdeodenc3 of reason. The v
ILL for the future reside h this city. All founders of the United States were under the ne-
yv who have committed leg.A business to his cessity of adopting a Republican government be-
ca-re while a resident of Q~uiny,'vvn|i please ad- cause no material existed for any other. But they
-dresshim at this place. He will 0Ctinue a regn- went filrther, and adopted institutions to the work&
lar aitendanee upon the courts oJaCkson and ing of'which it is indispensable hat an immense
Gadsdens counties, and the' Court \ Appeals at moity of th poptilaiiea must W well ed sated,
Tallatass~e, py of the p aon it! te 'vemildated,
Offfet over W. A. Wood'% No. 23 ater street, o*'ey characters, and in easy drcnnstances.--
Apatbahicola, Jan. 8, 1844: \ So long as the population of thr United States
'-.-- continued what itvwasat the time crthe Revolution
,-B--uSTORES"-TRIANGLE BUII3)NGS. such a govehNent Was sufficient. The general b
glCTOS. ]Tib Doy140 & Co competence, the general education, the tradition-
SHIP C[,ANDLERS & : ROCRO ary respect for law acquired Under stronger
Nos. '2&. 4 D.-lord street, entries of Front fvee, goVerient, kept Ihe mass orderly, and the unruly ,
and at No. "29 Natchez street, \ spirits betook themselves t.o the back woods.-i
N. ORLEANS. But in the great emporium.,, sttch as New York, (
-_ \ a suflering an~d degraded class, akin to that
8 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL[ DtE.. tnic we find.- in the oh citie. of Europe, is 4
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, "Turpent"ne a<\ g10^" .P h .-ait of h ne .oh s
Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly o ernbtate are a~very d'flere~it race from the men s
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows .\o.w i n "rd or -ve ths o" -h .l so
W H IT E L E A D -P u re E x tra, N es. 1 and 2 '," ... .. S 0 1 0 1 1 '" '1^ .. "ou a a
W hite a tnd R ed L eadt, dry ; V ene ian t-R a t ) >"h h? v -, .
Y ellow and O xford O cree ; Ivory B lack f K ^\ o 6 ean^^ so ... "" "t v

Green and Blue veroltter; \''l"
Chrome Yellow and Orange do; :Ria U'uelty.-.A' late Eiurnopea no p ap
PINE COLORS=:-Ultamarine and Cobalt; the .(%zn aeG^ eUctain an cct1n o th t
Lallow Lake and Crimsbn do, P m ent inflicted on five RtUssian deserters,
Drop. do. andAntwerp.. Blue;. Indian Red ; who we~apprehended #hen close to, if not noon
Chmnese Vermiflhon; Enghish do; the vPurian territo'y." They received 25900
Vandyke Brown; 'Turkety Umbre; str fo{e knout it is very seldom the victim .
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York db; survivess" ttKthousaltdth blow. Notwithstanding 1(
Crocus Matrtis; Mineral Green ;the death tbet five in question, the executioner'a
Emerald and+ Paris Green,, &c., &c.,proceededle ttd[lct the very last lash prescribed s!
01LS. &BRUSAES--Lhseed Oil; Do. boiled; by. the sentesZt1" Wt w oi'sethn hin^sre c.

ptrtt t urpentnne; &perm ut tnement in ba ritv, the parents and families of H
Paint Bi'Ushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000; the condemne.re forced to Witness thepanish. c
Varnish do. of all sizes; ment fromf begin' ng to end.
Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8; Badger Hair' id,
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat arid round T"ITY CHURC\M YoR.-This Will undnoubt- al
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes; ey bethe ms ^ agnificent building in the N1
United States T
able & Cam1l Hair Pemcils, i arid 1 in long .-h ew York Express gives the fu
Mtock and Kaliominshes, runadfot blldwing -desc.. ptlo. f the spire, which is now ga
Markin- Broshes, round arid &t; "''Thitiagninfi"ltr (i r Which 1; Gt
Scrubing and Shoe brulshes; and admired by alli is'1 completed for upwards
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do oftwo hundred feet fro he gtond. The whole h
Whitewash arnd Mop do; work is Carried up witlh 'd n ... ds w oked !as^ va
Dusting, Fancy and Shaving brushes, to from an arehnpertectly.,rid together+ and laid tt
C lo th e a n d H a ir d o ; G ra te a n d H o r s e d o ; i n c e m ten t. T h o w O ak0 n w rh o n o w a p p e a P Y

Fancy Feater Dusters; "diintitive itn sizeat tte t" ave yet to carry up,
the pinaaele s,.nyfv a. uo to, 2"o
VAHNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do; andsonereis toseTt C
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture doi Ipeght.t s a redy oi- fiteen feto C
Mastic, for Pictures, &c. mariner approaching the city'm the ocean and d<
WINDOW GLASS--2J0 boxs assorted sizes of when completed will be seenrom a great dis.
French, English and American. tance." tl
(0- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats, V r .The ih S N
Shipping and Plantation use' together with a "Death's door" to be themo'of w e T
variety of a -. --.. it: painting line, too num- bottle. Many a poor telow fiaohih wayout tt
erous to mf .: iy6 ly through that opening. $ way out thi


JVoo.. Q8 -Wat f 89 Pine street.
SDiBv Y rRit p
PHTL"jDtlt IWAMBALL, Proprietor.

fas. L. Francis
JXo. 22.i^ Bowery, near Rioington st.
NEW YORK. novl ly

4ihlrew S. Cooke,
No. jCaiialt cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
I Naw Orlearns La,
Refers to-4fMesse Harpert & Holmes,
jan:15 tli Apalachicola, Fla.

8119PAR.D T LtPPtNCor., Willf. H, WYATT
IhPpianCtt & Wfsttt,
No. 2 NIW Levee and 4 Tchoitpitoulas st.,
NIE* o0LSA3NS. ap20 ly

hiomias Bertram,
N-. 54 Common street.
WEW ORLEA0S. nov1 Iv

.- & ..y

JI- -'K ^ odlafd & Co,
No. t8 ommerce street,
New tleans., La. hovl ly
Commission Bushilegs.
Newv1 rk, March 12th, 1844.
WITH a knowlioge of business derived
from an experience of mire than twenty years in
,Commercial and other buslnega pursuits, and good
lkcilities the undersigned pnder their services.
chase and sale of all kinds o Produce, and F1or-
feigmand Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conldAkted upon estaba
wished principles and with a viey to prompt re-
turns for all sales effected And'answers to all
orders with which they may be favoted,
Bills of Excthange drawn against shipments of
Cotton or othe' Produce, will be dulytonored on
tIeceipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, o'ty special
agreement for Tunds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of drawers.
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street.
PRIME PORK.~12bbls: Prime-Pork,just.-re-
ceived and for sale by
augl9 40 Water st,

It w _s -' _. I.en I ......i -e:'sn lof 1111h1-th
day Ni' MIile ii-3n \V,:.l:k, and in the evening all
.the wit and b-jeauty of the ciry were aseimbled to)
e.t_ -'bilae it aniid wiltiess her debut. No expeit-se
lh.d been spjared lCo' their eiitertitimenf-all I e


(0 VTic Post ..isltIr.s o, /ie '.s v,til ch,,0l/.:.;
lhruugihout the T'rritori, willI uobli us biy fbor-
warding, as soon as pnos.ibhc qt'r It'. Elietii.,
the returns of itcir eounltie.; and by1 sto i1.;:.
they will confer a fatvor u'hic/ will be duly ,c.
eiproeated, fbr as soon as we receive the same,
we will send to each a copy of our paper con-
taining the complete returns.
.dddress:-" Com'l Adv'r Office,
Apalachicola, Fla."

CU- We publish to-day in our commercial col-
urns, the statement, referred to in Mr. Wright's
circular, which we published last week, of the
Cotton Crop of the United State., from 1st Sep-
tember, 1843, to 31st August., 1814.

Our exchange papers come to us filled with
nothing but accounts of "Immense Gatherings,"
"Mass Meetings, Clam Bakes," ",Pole Ris-
ings," &c., &c., of both political parties, which
arenow going on all over the Union, from East
to West-from North to South. The truth is,
both parties are a little frightened, and they are
striving by all meins in their power, to keep up
tleir courage until after the election. The con-
test, .will-in our opinion-be a very close and
sharply contested one. We shall remain natural
until the result is stifficiently known, then we will
,come up to the rescue with the rear guard, aRn'
crow, or hip, hip, hip, huzza! as the case .' -,,
be, as loud, if not louder, than any of them. We
will then, but not till then, boldly hoist our ban-
ner, which we have had made expressly for us.
It is this-" to the victors belong the spoils '"

We are truly rejoiced to see tnat the cause of
temperance is still rapidly and steadily gaining
ground in our community. The society now
numbers among its members some of our most
worthy and influential mtnen, as its advocates and
zealous supporters. We are glad to see it, for it
cannot for a moment ba doubted, but that intem-
perance in the use of ardent spirits, is a crying
evil-a mighty monster-which not only destroys
the individual itself, but scatters ruin and poverty
wherever it goes, on all around. It is an evil,
however, which must be carefully and gradually
eradi ted, by gentle and mild means-by the
slow, but irresistable influence of public opinion,
which seldom, if ever, fails in the accomplish
ment of its ends. We say to all who have em-
barked in this great cause of humanity, to go on-
let hope be your becon light, and keep on stead-
fastly to the end. Be not impatient, but take a
lesson from God's beautiful providence, which
sufferslothing to start at once into existence per-
fect and- complete; but who wisely provides and
ordains, that it shall pass through a gradual, and
in some in.ances, imperceptible probation, ere it
arrives at ittfull and sufficient glory.

Distresqsi4.-A gentleman named McRay, who
came out p1ringer in the brig Ann Eliza, from
New York, left his wife at the Southern Coffee
House onSaturday evening last, and proceeded to
transact, "some business-when he returned she
could not' be found. Search was instantly made,
but it has thus far proved fruitless. It is sup-
posed that she labored under some mental df
rangement, and', has wandered into the woods.or
drowned herself. A party of gentlemen left tiii,
morning on horseback to look for her, but hae
not yet returned.

j- The commerce of Boston is rapidly. in-rea-
ing. A line of Liverpool packets hasrorerielv
been formed,and there seems to be a urine i 1i,.ve-
ment made by the eapitlit.-.t and mecli i:l- of
the city to e!irry on the whole of tiliIr foreign
trade.' .;Siriye the c.)inp'-,;i.a of the n;,innr,)us
railroads, uiireas3h. ihii.- rfasej to a wonderful
extent. 4
01- The receipts of New York and Erie Rail-
road daring the month of August, 1844, were
from passengers and mail $7,02898; from freight
$9,14379. During the same month in 1843, $12,
387 45. Increase $3,784 32.
OC- DEATH OF COL. HoKE.--Michael Hoke, the
late Democratic candidate for Govenor in North
Carolina, died at Charlotte, on the night of the
9th inst, of bililous fever.

8j1- A New York letter of the 10th says: Ship-
ments of specie have early ceased. Ta Hlavre
ship of esteday took $44,000, which is hardly
above- ie average taken by the French ships.-
Nothing has been done for the English ships.-
Sterling bills are flat at 1091 a 110. Paris f5 225.

New York Sun, speaking of this subject says:
The Agents of thMexican Republic are doing a
slashing business in this city, in the purchase of
supplies. Whole regiments have been armed and
equipped, and the best of it is, they pay for what
they get.

tain Kirwan, of the shcr. Thos. Hflooper, at this
port from Antigiut, reports that a fire broke out
in Bassatere, Gaudaloupe, on the 26th August,
and had burnt nearly all the town down, and was
burning still on the'morning of the 27th at the tihe
the steamer left. Loss of property saei2 in b
$l,000,000,-Baltimore Clipper.

Someof the New York papers say that the cot-
ton crop of Alabama will be smaller this year than
usual This is an error. That the present cro)
of South Alabama will eAceed that of last vYnr, is
admitted by those wlj i,...v t "r o ",e ,l tli:"-,i i tr.
planting re,ion. The s5'', s.oil .- ',iv, have
yielded idminriblv, although tie ,.;, la nds have
disappointed their proprietors. The weather now
is very favorable for harvesting the crop.
Mobile Herald.

irik is. fur aimd in.ear, 1had been tanacke-ld Ir
-Ii- ic.-. Time cjioicest -wines, fruits, and cakes
it I'eIY d.;;"r(i;iaIj li, gidted 1 a table, tlrmtiihi-d
\"lh i11'.et'es 'Uf e\er)' ljue. Miss Susan was a
beautiful girl, and upon this occasi,:,n appearedun-
commonly so. The young grdllanis flocked around
to congratulate hel, and her laiiugliini black eyes
sent many of them away with,-an aching heart.
The buzz of conversation, 1rl Aei, now and then
by a hearty .laugh, issued from every corner of the
room, and every on-e ,-, ai ed to be in the finest
spirits, when the n tte-tion of thlie whole assembly
was attracted by bthe appearance n! a tall slim
gentleman, dressed in a coat o1' bot e-reen,"
with huge bras,, buttons, who caine striding into
the middle of lthe room, hat in hand-the enor-
mous bridge of his nose cupp commonly large pair of apetta-,le. It was ob-
vious to.all that he was erntir,-Y out of his ele-
ment, but lie remained. firm, and looked about to
discover an *,jrI, ,ii,[Alice, but hlie saw no one that
hlie knew, and i,.-r,',.ivimg an arm-chair'near the
window hlie ,i.N l\ a. -'ated himself, laid down his.'
hat, crossed Ii, I.-_.;, anid remarked to a gentle-
man near, that it was-a 'devilish uncormtfrtable
place, w,.;.lI r.-ii, rk Wa.ns not nofi'ced 'A fe',
mornienits I'..-r \i .unT'ri I.,i requested Mi U. Wl] Is
to introdli-. .ii tha A-- get' in the ,''i.,i --e
"Ah, d.. ,t ,.,,in C ii ,'r.,r Gob0-happy to see
Wi 1 ,(Ilar-ni ;,vih rn fiend Hall."
'.r. 3:{;i I in-mil liit ke a .-i. .' wine-
a'id, as i r ?..,,.,'r '---iral'em'teriren carrie
L;:--wer. I,.,(-- with 'each he'was,-
obliged t.- 'II i,t .las. in 7 Ill supper '\jas .!ii-
7 onaice;l- -1. i-,,, Cw li:e.l d lhiimself Ileitiamily
to all the ..it.Athlecle w'i.hed, and Aibisnew ac-
quainiance- l hilpp' him 'to-tlhe Iiiie. As (lie
party re'laraiad fr.n tli, dining room, Mr. Hall,
who was h-aiing oim tli,-. Dct'tt"s La-n. tumni-d sud-
denly aroinJ- '
Miss Hick, allow in re to introduce you to
Doctor G.,b." I 'i.:t,-,ar a oi d .,-d .nee ?"
Never dancca- 'I t,.ij, iln my life."
"Then ot nu.iusi a-Iini. Miss Hicks, do be my
friend's t ,.-hh6r ii,,I t!.- n,.-xt ,lance."
She waas in tih. _-,..r, t and readily consented-
she toik !( hilm -..,1 il slilv by the arm, ad i Si,.a
upon his ;ri-mnpt. Atl. .a-' 4 ma>.
the Itoor-the hin I -nt-.-k u I, j h u sigiltl, "''ai-
ance-a." was given-the D ,cior loi,'-d over him
spectiacles at his partner, who was gliding about
InI a most lasciintfi"g mantiner, and immediately*
felt the niies-sil! of putting.himself in ec',ive o- -
cratiin. The futinies of the wine began to affbet
his hIead-and with it his spirit rose to in extra-
,'ridinary ii.ght-he whirled around-c -,iuI,
her by the waist and raised her from the floor-
she scr,--.arniic- and he set her down. Promenade
alr"-she called for his hand, which hit her in J
the face-he kicked old Mrs. Simkins' shins- a
rui aUgainist tiiss Tims, who, with oTrd Mr. Sin-
kiia, her partner, turrled on the floor-caught
his liot in the carpet, which tore open' half a
yard, and iaruinIit up head foremost under the
ioia-l'rom rwlmitm'e he arose with bloody nose-
rushed out of the door, and has not been heard
I'f,., jn since. SQUIB.

For the Commercial Advertiser.
I love' imn still, though fa'se he be,',
[,,.iv\,:d lby lone I ;h ,'_lii sincere,
A pang tilll Pause, b;t I'il'not seeA
That form ag 1li1 I 'once held dear', : ';
At summer's eve amidst the trees,
How ot have I listened for his tread,
And thought I heard in every breeze,
That well-known voice-those joys have fled.
I'm left for one that's not more fair,
Who doubtless loves him far too well,
While I am grieving with despair,
And feel those pangs I dare not tell.
I little thought he would have slighted,
Or broke thbs, vows oft pledged to me,
ills peifidy my hopes have blighted-
I'm left a wreck ou `.fe' s rough sea.
For the Cnmrnnrcia.l Advertiser.
Mar. Editor:-In our rambles about town, the
other day, we were forcibly struck with the mnanv
improvements which have been completed during
the summine4 We noticed several very handsome
dwellings jeady, and simn- h'inu put up, which
does bolh our city n id our xortCv (-,;!i) me-
c;)-t iics credit. Th'Ie '"sum'Tier boys" are i,..
longer hunting shade, or on tieir winding way"
to Stag Hall"-all are makin- active'prepara-
tions for the ensuing business season. We ho!)e
ill their undertakings may prove successful.-
They deservedly merit much more than those
wvho, like "birds of passage," remain with us
luring the winter, andthen take their flight to
parts unknown."
We also n',tice several steamers at our wharves
' in good order and well co ditioned," ready and
viliing for busi.iss-. The steamer Analachicota,
' Old Shade Sutton," master, shwvs her keeping,
Inri:i lie saminmer; ls I the Ag,.;ies, Ca)t. Allen
and last, though nut lea-it. tLe well-knon, fast-
1'tuigU,, U. S. Mail boi n; iron. ; he has been-
I'.. : ;'e,)aired, and wil. c.' !;W-.M e rmiaking
:. : i-.veekly trios nx( .,. T'i '.' Judge"
: s ')e will Itry to me ; '.- !.,)a of his
rieids-you know he '. -.,.J'tiT do any thing
s." ~ Yoiurs, tiully,

A ten strict!"' Set'em uzp !"-We see in a
,irieinriati paper that one hundred pins have been
knocked down in ten successive rolls with a single
all, in the game of ten-pins in that city. Mr.
r. M. Follin was the player. Who can beat it?





II was ill- slixteentl annlver.\ of Iipthe birth-

rJV"? nlYnt'ion fJr Sailing Ships.-MrftI.
ens', ', ( .. i'' ir (s,,..ys a London paper)has
m'ieited a "'i..' ," ,the advantages ofaMich
me.'.t ,.,i at- .. ., t ,v. .--- I- Th ,e Problem a -
v1hi'lc he has gr !' tt -h:.. -- capable as heint made
0 toirui Aoun;,r. E, -a .,- .. ot, I V- -:' i a
ail being jal ,-i. d-- toitf ,a oshiiti: 1 : ... '. )
v-het 'ie't',i,.,' a stcr.i 'vay, bein : i.. ia ;:f-
:essary t, p'l:,.rila theeblutioln. 'T ,l;- ---- ,.
ith es1,e p -e.,., 'l-1: stern foreman : '
r-veore iS ttqWt direction. The r ; -
u1-,.- sails '" round, without tot : ."
*-i; -i thPs4e sails where tile priiP -
e.J't-'es s ira tih, ri'i TU under t' :i] a 'aves .- ..
,: i \! h iia I. i will never a -m44 ;..
:' 'ea sea.i, nor iir the hi-thie t ;' a-
'ell cu,4ra.,,t[e.1 -i:,lying to, h-cciai,, living, or
ox 1.1i,.,li:Lg. a. d it it l His opi)t.oi that these two
ails r i.t hein -, 'iilto thie irgest sized fishing
1', il. 'i lIi mlar-.1 those tlji. froin their size, are
, a',p I'l. .., I.,iir rm'ow ,i lw I are obliged to set
nd haul tiLeir lines unden il..
The Mutualta.7o Safety Insurance
Company of A'e,' \ ',r5--Announce that they
ave ac-unnillatted an.gtual invested capital of
alt'a rnilili i of J,,iJ ,s. and] .-so have on hand
rer'iuirn :liotes 1ti u-'M.vly i e iu'idred thousand
ai i i r,'i'iiii, to rj-drimri)y. Their earnings this
eason p-x--ce l that -i1 a:-ivut,- year. It will be
ecollerteth that thi- '.'t p i',n' m.eer company in
ew York (say's ti N. Y.; presss) on the mutu-
i plan. Near1y/'all lit t Mor,'.,' com,!inies have
tllwed in thl(/,?rfain, ami the bu,;Iil ,)f all has
?et much mure successful tht-n tormilely. The
rinciple is oi that me.-i., with general approba-

T he I'olluw ing I,.-iii ','k,ibl,? urti, r. relati\.-
frli T' F i.il .-h I tS h e 1i p.,11 '.\. i ii.-. 1' c i.',: 1:'i .,
mot Or ,l...r' I'._..-ieJ I9 te lt-,I _r i,!ti a 1-j.a 1 i i
hate Paris paptr:
It 1-7L; -- 1 411 i t bv 1111, 1r r 11 i r ,r *i
sm"t al iliti Fie.hi'.ale it-at in\ L''a itnu.no a| m,.m.,_i l,l,
shill of Ihe [l n h `(iI. "i 2 % ir, a i),,it)
e aimi'ple h .t ;-'irrii4 ;'i i lI.i t ,iri J,-m hli- PmIi,-.
Jrojiit l. The l ni.i i'm e tuullei-ii, L- iu31 im -1 I '
lim -i Tnrki- lh det had lefit ih.' l iardai li.6 i,
efuIis. Lo.t since thmt time they have been 1
.sight of: This fleet composed of seven sail of t
line and fonrfrigidate. it appears they had ma
their appip : ,ne 1e 4i rhuh coast of Syria; when t
Captl.l ii .a -i' i 1111111,t u i .i,,i J all the pilots on boa
his v,= .i7, ,,, inquired in what time he col
take Ils fl,-t Iefore Tunis, anid on what points
the coast it ,' ,i| J l,- possible to effect a landing
troo, A short time after this consultation t
fleet I, the coast ot Syria, bearing away to tI
westwarj. The Porte has for a long timie ent
t .dui.d., n, a to il)sposesss the. Bey of Tunis, a
t, ih ,i i.e fir-thit independent sovreignit'
P ac.ha ;a,,,i, J Constantinopole. Fran
on her !-id,., s k ,W Mrofessed her intent
to s ,t;ort the i3'- o'. tiumi; anj no prevent T
key tromn-t it,', hcb-elf onthetr-thltier-
Synia. TITlli Ii ii o- P iie[las never i '- -I to C
ry her threats in i oxeeution, btit ma;.i :-,i
have decided oui i, tliini iui io take',*--.a.- .'.I
oi.r disiumite %% i nli iurocco. If hia ithu :... ; ,,
',.e, ,-. Turkey shie will again have rec', ;-" '*t
Itit 11i7'-host. ThO French Governiv, ': a
hy telegraph of the departure .of iil- T -
from thee coa-t of ynra, sent orders tfor ,
of.the, line to l il.,i Toulon, under the ,
mand oft'Admir-ilPrnsevai 'eo;-'ite- to r:-,. -
fore T ,ii-., a|| -iiv ih" ;-i'ti i of rii- 'nI ,
squadron. Tie an.-'rim:i' ',u-given to tne Admit
;Ar. in c.niftlu',it\ with the c('Is,,uii.! t policy
I I CiC.'- l-' ill (t ,,',. the .'ii,.liii, of any T u
i-h i"'o,,. a 1r ,mvy attempt of he C pI ,il Pach
..141111-i ie lt of Tunis. In the event of ti
i t-.. .1l,'r iii ki'ui-u its appearance there, t
FI -chi-Aduiiiial is ordered to make.known his i
structions to the Capitain P ,:. to :l'l,i.r him
kee) Aill from the coazt, rid I rl' it -.-, to bri
111111 tO actio t i Jiii,' Ji ,i, i.. 'Jila- m ay ',,'-bibl
turn out To b- il,.. I'L,,1i.i; but, should it be s
Fran.P wi-r ntoi the less have been at the 'pc
mr w" i o-it ifr heri by hen policy ; ailJJ h,_iid i
t-Ai.:-i 'P teh i at? ipt t -irrv int a t o illi.-ct li,- I ,,I
tentet-imed : ., of ll -, P ,. .v i i, regard'to Toni
-we doubt not th.it A Irnird P rxevl will d.(-i i,i
it h-' Ti-..-, ,i ,ii, ., ,;:i,', la .h as only fo
sail of the line against seen andfour fii-,i. "
/''.'o.n.,r I-on .,T ii, ,,: Ih ',l 'ii
,;i etc ,'ct Iromn a reportof Prof'e.-istr s. mi ,
Lecture at New 'T1dv%.... He re-ently ra. I ?
mineralogical tour in Missouri, at tie in,: ., -.
,.li'e'-, of a Boston Commpany:
lT'?hI%. Itwo of til:i- t-[r.) I mo:nmtins situate
lai; far .1i-i ,r from eaui other, and forty or fifi,
nmites west of the ', ... i, i- f i lii w.
.!. e-,II 7% -id -]*,- u ,i iii ,ti; il. :',l I ,i .[a l 21
i f le'm \at, e'. --', t'ie level .- firiI i;I, ,..-and
,-: i I 'a ..a -1 ,ihi''ii lli ma .y hoinm d is
I"" I, t .'2 I',u rt. ir'-n, -. ld I i, ar
i''..\ : '-- i -- '"." im'h iit, C I \ r ,.a i h i,.ji o, "' ii ta,-
A.- \., oa ca ,.m ,,1- etthl of these ialountaiin,. ,I,a
bl 6r- \,.,i .tn o'ilifcr of them you .i ,,J Iia,
aud .1 -')-A'' o t I im if' iron, scattered ,, T.,
like the stOn--s o0 :,,-.v -ii i, ltl A i a ',a. i,' yo
find it e masses in la. t iialb..'is ,aI I 'I-i' ii"' M ze
and so o0 t- the Ii',i:iFii-, tilJ votit aproach the
saUm 11it-', iivfer- a 1 i e vast capping to th
mo itila oft ii ,, .i-1''i l t ld.. t ld stotv's, whose
depths have never ,-i e.ap faar i',..', go down ",%' need iot know, nor wvh.-
proportion of thie ..-t a.- of tl i.:.u'. n; ii' tiai s
iron, buIt we perceive the I I. ,i .rI, hIrt' ,-n I.-, tii
inense, almost beyoii c 1i .1t !.L.r'E i.l i.I.hi'i I t
supply the whole 'a, a i,- ...-: -\, oi" 1- r 1 th
present vastc .'a ..i1yi] -I', ir-,, ,Ith \' -,'l 'ti
F.\.1,11. .. 11. m tt
for ages to w.-.'.. i'- blses and sides of til
mou&nrare ',..,,., beautifully wooded; eve.
after you come to :the imnrn.e r,. V i,- _--
whicha ihie moiri'cairij' are rounded tritl, nir
the trees "very whet? shoot up among those iron
rocks, although you can d;,:.,.r scarce a traci
of soil. ,
Plank Roads.--Ve notice the great increase
of the-ie roads and heir :tiperioritv otver o'dijanr'
turnpikes, and wethink in time they will b\
found to answer ilG purpose of railroads of iron
as locomotives witi; wheels without flanges cat
be used nIpi p. It i. The N.,in I ,i Intelligence
says: .' These plifak roads are more necessary a
the toe.ii. .'. tim-,, e roads are covered wit!h
dee; I .. ur,,m ca .,_' : ].t-a'iI-- part of' the year
Thin- i.ie beaad rr.liL,,_. with great advantage
i> ('.'it ,. 1 -, a; ,',rie must have experien-ed
whM, Ii Ias ras y,-. traveled the -ro.id which rui'
pari.l,.-hI h: tr'iL tat Rapids of thie St. Lawreiice
abo, -' .R.I-trai.-t A great improvement has.beet
adopted' in '.amr e for hardening wa,.-. for roads
an account ofw\"iih we published several month
ago. T "he timtlr after having been fitted lor thi
police it is to oqupy, is put it a cast .iron, cvlttn
der, and the amics then exhausted by tens ai' a
air p_,lq-i. A solution of' sulphate of iron is tie.
introduced intQ the receiver, which imrne i itelx
fills all the poi0-s of the wood, .j'ter rIas the tin-
ber is taken oat and placed in another vucuni
in contact witn muriate of lime.- The tetwo cii-
aounds are decomposed by this process;,the 'imn
uniting with the stiphuric acid and forms a stout
sulphate of iittie-in" the pores of the wood, ain
the iron '.miiii.. with the muriatic acid, is held it
solution. 'FVi.. softesf wood thus prepared be-
'omes hard like steno, and is prevented from de-
tay. In our country with such vast forests sueh
discovery can be brought into practical ouera.
ion in ever"' section; and would mate:'-,-all a:
veil as chaaply imprtre our, present ifclmitme-
or traveling in new States. /,'

. . .I l i ... .. . .Y '. .. .. = t 1l 5 T r .. .
t ,_, F io iu i1,,. N .T t i e 'ie u' ,. F ro mn th e N e '; O rle ro p ic
-l,,1 \v,,-,N.--\\'h,,-, we ee n 'lait v LsAl LATER lVROM MlE-1% ()F--.RRICANE AT
Sl :. i^ lm ? _,, i p t 'l \ \ i n l 0 1 s 't l 1 U '; i t l e t h i ni k 1 ,f -M E 'I A ^ i O K I A & ~ l t A
a'-- i'!-*' fah "i, m, .,-, ir.',' d l o..'. r ,io'n. bI- bP % the arrival ve-ti-ed Y .niforning of the schr.
.1, t-,i -.t, ,, .,,.lj... he, pI,:,i.j (r,,n ,hi Fc I un.t1. fi,,m Vera rde arCe, by the polite-
'I. A' 7 %-* %I- I nd- l fid to tI )ia i.iamrii n,, l iof h.-' cript-in. in poses-ion orf late papers,
t', 1': .' + ',' ,, i, h '!i '.: 'e l[e r lu that .tib city t it' M elaino)ra s
i-A' TIii ,,- t-' I rt ,, ".. )i h ,,l,-' ..-v m en ,r- h ,is I,,... vi- mr.-d bv a eilt h urrican e, a nd is
.,,, I, 1 1 ;1. ih ,hi t I i w '.)I:I 'li .- I n n i ,i r e a.re .:, n o H O W l !-, i. p ( t, rul ,1 s .
', ,,.l +ta"A'' -, 'l -* :- .n ',, .ll IS ',-' -'nm" i l.tl v I 1 tI ,ir- ihit ri the night of the 4(h A ng st,
.' ....'" ... i ,,, -, ,, n. li, ni 1) n lck -a % iol-n[t ,i n ane commenced,
. It a 't 'il t of hat1A ia *. i I '" -r'l a ," t e w hich ronti -' re-; tunt 10 ,i.! itc I ,he n.r m ornin -
lost ab stiract qut lton ot tree Ii. i. ,, I I ,,t t and th i I..ll;%.% ,i i nt' I w" -li ex-
the. that all parties, P -.1 I,- I-, ,I + i- I 1 \Vi c, eptio,-; I a "a C- hu n dh ,- ,dw .ibngs i.c-
ade have a. ,s-n ted heartily to thi,-, l1'.vx wilLII hi ,ve e'.i,,t-d l,, DLoi Pedro Jse- de lt i ,/a -I .n
pi: y" o P dr''cs e G a, IJorII 1a.
he ,dis riminated between A i.....i ,,,,I F..,.,,in Ju-', Peirea. ihereris n-it d lbu l Il,'gwhhli isnot
ard ships. We are not aware thiIi- At 1,,lui[, luaeer much dnimaged, or lies a Clea'p uf ruins. ieve-al
..d been made to pla. e i _. t-' .: I ., i o,, n. .'P , of a f l't ,1 -i ..', ,' ,,, ,,,,' i er, how r ,"' ,i ded. '. A m ong the l. la d iiiitnj,'ired w e n t.llcd ihe
t;e tof built ori t '-it'' ii.e u.''7-.' W e im agine .if Hospitat ..i. ;:I n I.e rly lU sesick -p rsnos, wl
the the attempt ws 'made, it woultifeet with general were to,; .,-1 i1 li- rhm ruci- of th- saper.-
te opposition aand iindissembled h-. e. T-' ArlIe-y. barrack-. h., prison. &, e^ o
er- Time acts of 1790) and :,- ur". those which f, u i-.JI ,1 i,?h .ltim i- Tl prison-ers were trircilv
rid chiefly disenmin.i,' I-''--.-n merican and F..,m- 'm lrdn.J, and no- inie i then .-escaped. Suh
y a ign vessels.n Ti'- l"" .' i lthe United States, wa, theH-t'i-.,.t-,i,n rhidt the toptiltlion wee living
ice when entering from a Vfrelln jot,.are orli ,_u_.l in -hanties built anolig Ihe ruilA, of their former
on ,with a duty of six cents pertpn, and if the ,ii. r., houses; they are ir fe,]e a, being plunged in"'
uor- ai. two-thirds of the creware not Americans, the lowest"depths f minsery. Aid itisturged'd hat
f' or to z''-,,k more ei'l"y Auwiecllcan cltizens, if succor did not sp.eedly arrin, many would die-'
c,'.-'l i, ia h. ...- '. .-ii, n) Asd
, he- t de d-uty or e)50 c'-lts ,,-I iIIln l I- :'a.ct ed. + ofhli,.r-.r
th.. On ot- ii __ i,,- .\ ,.i, States, the duty Assoona the Presiden heardoflhisdicastrons
`. S-INx".'a- t 1;i,11 it Ili, e erevs are not thnree-f,... i eI eI Ii hega e% ler,-I h r tlI. e -*' ,i d bedisribu ed
,i i, ,' ean ,1 1.. (-I 1 -." r,,l ? Iitt"' d l V' 'o all Ihe nfo lunate, to enable'
'. it: -.V_ Ie. se built within it,.' United 8: ls, I)P- them to retrn-ve their losses.
* a T",'- :olly or in.part ci 1 :. subjects c Iot 'I-c..i I., ''-I G LA inpudJi, his bree. appointed Comman
v:+, a duty ot thirtty ,.-,ui- a tin is levied, and tIer-iii-Clief of the armnv igdq i T,. a.
S,. : eu lervessels ,hfty riii.- a tona Th. ,,b,:-,i Col. W F. W' l-n" 'a,. \V --n, Messrs.
i p re isi onu w as, d ot l ess, to I iF ,,ec ', 'i i ilrin A m u tromi an ( i m. Tr. .an pri .oners,.
-'s to build their -1ii| I, oin. -o n'ry', ihd tlit. o0 t have been l ib .-tedriea Col]fii Co llhli ernt i h lithe Ca -le
, encourage .our o, .. i, I .I and laborers, of Pe,.te, ov ,'rl,l-,o fLhe' ioxwiu_ Goverhmen t.
'at On fo.Lireign Vessel, -.,,l fi .nnm ponr. wli'here The ion. \\'jls Shannon, the American
of Americans are l t ,,r J,;,' il;, -alowed to trade, Minm-tr. ha- heeu w '"aiid by robhera on his way
k- there is a duty laid -y tiTi--gL of t'Wo d,,id.Is a otuli.e ciy of'lMexicr,arJ robbed ofa considerable
o, lo. sum ofLmolieV'.
he To be entitled- tm-' hII I i uu-(-.i,',li of our iW\', As Io ih ti',1epaadionns which Mexico is making
he -in .i -. i-t be r. -,r -r AIii- iii- admpasure- for the inva.-i,.,n 'I Texids, we can learn very little
in- me rt., ' i[byal tle arveor, there is e ,retillv of a definite' nriure The active operations are
to made in the books of -tie C' li .,-.i,' ,afthl P.,]| ,i11 on in ettir'si and ,equiupitcg tror-ps there is
rig 'ili1"\ "fr 'iC ''., '.vI,.-, i,.Iu ,v. ieir mhp I ,,. m-, on doubt. Fit our personal miiiforinai t and our -
l[ "[Iiiiin'i rih v- ,i ii i v -l,'i i'," x\ buAill, 'il.]J I e c ,rmi'r,.liu,'Id eat seem to que-timon i w helher the
aK), ii.i-t ,t I'i-.- i i' ,- ,,I .1 ; 001 t 'u1i.i C, rP '',lui(.1t '. Texa-i he the object in \iew. There
, t) A ,- II. v,-i ,:" 1t ,- .1, ,,-,l u i. is '. ,n ,`m ,' ,, a 11, 1 .-, o i ),- l a" butm ine' other, a d I lhal isplainly
ii back to i i. vi.-r .-,r ,i- 11 n1t ,i,, i ,1 il -,1 t( .u li,., -A in .-.,,lme lI our enlem i'-.-to m ake Santa.
1 1 iive ,4.1. i ,..-. ,-ia,,) il.,t iiil ,-.-r;ii ',i' e : I An lict.jmor. ',.,i thihs is a subject on which wp
'is, ,, be ii, ,. : ,,ii-, ,-. |. | i .,t, ld t,., 1.l o t b,. -ug n left in Ibe dark.
,," na -, -t [ '1- \, -.. l1 --, ,1 i- ', ,;it. A.l,'- ,lie pj| -.- \\, recer e l|tni Vera' C ruz are
ur Cai..-' i' "' i',- -, I'r--i, :,t l r In .iI:- pirp.t-rit i -d at il.ti,aed'i in i UniurniilEi fur ihe wife of anta Anna.
S .1, _i. ti.it -r I 1 ,i i-', i]!;(;t ti-' Ii ti- ,, .i,,Inii on i.i l e lapie,,r, iio have- been held in the highest
i,.-k w lri *l..l] 'er., l 'ale:r i o_,-, i.jrh.,i, on -hei,' ]it.s p-r-,:nal, eitenmi, nidepeadenti of her -elevated
is .to the o_',,, f[ eAl Al'iri _a, Ito ir,.,,,.rc e ri ehCIIIIIL I ,.p ,ra);k. .. +
S pers. ; o m n. (' Cnalizo set oult'from the capitol forSan
Beftoi- Ili, iil cain p'",i-. --a ,'-i a regul.v Lllid. P tmo' .V' ,' ,- i, t n 'T i.,i, Whi-1 ,-. i- ,- iiL ,, '' I a! lii- t i lt, il tke conumnarid of hi v division of
deliver tot .,,,i 'I .l.-u Ar -a M.iiati. -i of ,I f Ih. .i ., lie dini, deimmned t.o o '-r,-m aIamiSmi. Texas.
... b o ail i 1 ..ti u -' \ ..il, i.il .. u''l _"J a ni d ,.'' u "
rals i:', .i, I.,,i-. it i.. m nei ,l.-,l 10 a ,u-.r .i,(; ., T ,1 P .-,li Pr s u'r8 .- W alluded in o-4 last
ed certific ,.l- i:, fu t ,e | e, I h.s ,:or ,i .i i.,I ia,, i h ih, t-t I, 1 ,'i i i i.'t-L i,.. e,i [' tJ e i ei I irii ,., er
,ty la w '. T n ,- 71 ,1 : IJ ,s. ,wh ..j II, ,, .. .r I -H e .J _.!I \, ,,, :, 1 CIJ, 1,nt ai1 h-
as I' a'" i w a NA ,iilt ,-' )it Cl!..-1 a ..,.'.- i ,.. i it i, \ -.im c. it' t r. c a n
)') ascert,,,,e.d. i.,,i [i-. _'u,,,,,tui l-.- -- .. I.. ', iJ I .\',''t-"; .a.a ." "
d- new s ,', h.le tc'V ,, -,,, ,1. ,.,A,-v -fin .i, ; ... ,. :' mr in .,> ti,..,e unlor-
, t : \ \ l ;i i i a .' i 'a -.'1 ,i ,..J l i l l ,, ,' J -o r -; p l n t
S attend d t .., -.. '. i'- .' -,. .i .. i.,.. t i -' \ it an the rvnniong th C aant. R ,-n
.i. -,- ,i ,.;--.j "iT' I. -! / .v.-r. about to leave, a'id w while t ey
,, -> ,- v ,enY,, ,, v, e all-.,,"k ,-,-i ,
.s ,..r I.IiP I a il I c

i 1 t 01ii t- i i,,,aIr,e't, I -We t -i .i-en a -- a .r ilnj ,i tare te .,,i in
e, .owned, a. d aol:rorf.n ....i'". ..- ,. ,i ...u..r., ,-, .,,- of then n h e
, te ru :tion hi, m arn .e .1, 'C,. ).-. i n, -. 1 '... -, ,, e tie
'le Ti lre alr ..Q "'.' 1 ', u .; 1t .,-,h. i., 'n.,;.'. r ,' i
W /--- .ha :l ,. ,_' i 'h.i.-' -- attendI ., i ." ti ;- this i f l il, li d*
i eOould, image ine pa-s.-.i; .7 '- / i i i tte i i" a:u-m., i ra:spi-r d. not h- ti 'et,, l, i
Sma .e their own sa ,'Ii.iI---. r' .i Co. Wi l;on as .',s f et
I- 'to legisl te foi t..ie'0 otef t ia:. '..-l ir M t. i Cm wi\th t ,he rest, was k o I II tn be
o not permitted to cirry more than tw LA .,,t IVl;n ,' i'' a 'le the -
S it- every ive tons. A violation o ii tr i .f -''I"-. .. i a. I -,, pn' t,.i '1, .'- !,'1 Is .In
l involves a orefeiture of ', -, i for -r', i. .tk", ,, i i t i th nos,, ; ji )t n er ,, .
S aken bheyoni d na laa-vluJIi rn, e i. .jIt ie .. -e ,- .... .. 4 -' .' *
so taken '' -. 3 'I ^ ti'' it
d fit. i-y, : a i' -I. up a id si d, "' ,.here -col-
n The master on arrivi ri i, it is bound to fir- ,, e' i is -, i ,I to _A tI :i dinner- it is all i t :;t
e nsh a very minute ando l .t- |.i-' h ta- have. At this ni.- > ii0 ,t our inran
gers, and to give bonds, at east in sone o :te au h 1 ... ", i r i,.l. i to n11 .. --a L t,
S States, that they shall not become a b ru li't n l-iato i, it '-I .i' I i . t
;e I /J i .-.,- I riy* ,T
tle co ni T ly. 1 t .- Ir "reo. 'I I, -re Oth- however, who
S 'It is, .I"ahe law that o-rie-" but citizens or pr. having i I' n .r oslsv ,i-- .ui rc o- '
sonsof color, : atives ot f i. I' i' li t 1 -4-lf I- t,,o '. w h b i.', I". t it,' ti K-
S em plo ayed on boar id of o u v vessels n u. .i i a l. i -t' u i.t e siend' i .' t .. ,, : e t s al :
r of o-lii for each p.-' .'i illegal, eioipi-,\ T- wit P,
S nititen or printed agreor ents are I.- iiiit i .,II h. 0, ',, ,-S! in a ;t ,e.
er, ndtoie bnd, tfeat ii om o -ai -!; to ;':.-

evidence of' th se eo itfda ts hetw -t i rm i 1Soy'-' to- 7". .. l '-w' -
seam en T h is is,. .. .-. i-- i. ,,- e, l m rmi ni'e, ,
So f bt i;ne ss at te n d e d to by th e o i a rt a1, ,- ., .. .
S t il l .i 'li I l aw i i. : '. ; )t 1 i p i i -.A i
I a it '.,lly be l-a w.- that an? act of Ci r --b voi nd. ,by huIf,.anit ., a- -S l ri .I i ri o :
swousd h-i 'innecer ary to iiie o I 'i, nent c ,t a r men who were" 'a' .i'k-L ad l.- ,d ii 'i .d hin
SthWr health. or p e -a r _. .- -, brown bread, in oder: i,.' e a ru. d
The hih m.l.i]iing iata-lle ",t' man, ..'c. .m- c.ii- t'j prevent the na-iis aif lp d coni r, i "
Sstanc. all Thti 'i-k- IS, t in. "tof self' t ,-, tm-.em being dra.. out 1l k^ hej.ts '-dluprw^ r
a .tall<) a a.'tl 'r 'a t : a-i a.d ,,a ,,. thr v, "- i p..'- f.. e. 'Fliy though b.,t
. should be :li. evin,,,"it I ', I Secure tle per- sim' .-t .... charity pet- rmid ithe s\clum i,'n
mt tl.,. o td y to 1,- -i' and -il inu oft pr- t'hm,n am-c,. to mm ~iv a9i'ai pm'~resof'niacr
Anten, ,- iu e :, --ll, r ....c.. rt, we ni-Tit o 1,, |'p ....i sublimity, and assert t lie purit. ot t., source Iron
)would t ai'lle io'ir i. 1 in, "Us re ]i> !-'u -.oIik. i whence they.spring." ,yuue.
A la dnr P 0'r luau. aia an iut iii' It h as been r
e ..i- : ",." -. to coerce by law P a. n ',h .l f flhvwre \', r.Al" i- ia b',' -T he C;nci,-
'~ ~ ~ ~~~~~'I !tor--ii**n -,ii,, .rof, prudence atid na '-'^ give. ti.- i.-ll va i~ii et,-'h. ola lee-
i.l~ '" hests. of tr.>c~ ie w lad tore it'' iiO'<' delivered in tha~t cifx b Pam-son 1Alit-
t h e i h e:t ) .. t. e ir : ,o n r-fl t o b e"o n b o a r d -"
CX*'. x. ..J a ( !..i .;.th '', by acts ofwl' *i a l g. da f rtu,.. to 1iiar i'' ',pi o-i tion
I C -'" .:n hn t i ;' h e il s i' h h a "An t f. t h e g r e a t "'..i -e d e s t u c l t e w ai .d .
s tit m -e is -t e fa : .it nie nto t hejti t ',, tt f ll ,tin .
muan eisy atkes w..nty cent a '0soth (ut ,f, tue lh ombe ng d moon wil si i,'io d thee mmli
e .* ll*, o f e v e ry s t'i,Tii n ,A ..1.' .i C o n se n t fo r "'t '1, c l'aa d' i',, s u ria, e a '- i j ji d fit : ,.
shopurpld -e nip ot w: n ieis and will aI continue in her pre-f ite'ut "-; .;:oii-airt -
St a class (f citizens wse lations to other planets.
7. Wn ]d /111ve limi-ir ,h' i. ts mere onous than.t a w"Then good are to be saved, and hns the w-i '
Aiacim i v eny lted, is mer owners thanthat vbeen s of the expected rii-ir .



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There are so-ne further peculiarities in relation ve r are not .'; of is fllower
t o 0h r t a l v ~ l 1 1t i ihl e l i ,' I I.
to the arrival -of vessels in !ie harbor, their reports av,"m, t, '^' a.nihilated, 'but to li. on and' he
to the Collector, to the Consuls of their respective rie '.d. Th'le destruc-ti mn S alenf is to occur-
nations, anmd their the M, i'ato Quarantine. t wu h th1e a6,,,t', of.ahaille stones to
Our object wai,.ii.,a to show how careuillv 'i'-iii u,.; pounds (a talent) i -P. ht. Theef-
)... i ;:; ionds (a talent) i'-We;- lt. The ef-

the people ofthi,.- 'ii'r, have lked alter their e ch a descent of-.il 4r:dit to t' --
. P",, ". .a e looked after their-
shipping. Nor i,. .,e\v any reason to regret l.-.I"' amcl -mconsequencesofits l, will act chemi-
shippig. No' tiiUi -liv m1,on~ tHe air, and cau as prdinoth
their care. W e ii,..'.? r,'- now "lower our top- ,,t -ontheai ,andeauc a separation ofthe
ails" to any nati.-.n in i .world. gases, and from.thisa gener'conmbsl ion will fol-
..... low. W e believe we iaveiv,-JI his statement in
SPrinting 0 f;i'-.-When Dr. Franklin's moth- a short way, but accuratu.aj. At another ;iine he
7 ..-.w first discovered that the young man had expected the same result 'ould be witnessed upon,
S.: ',l-.ring for her daughter, that goctd old lady' the sea, where the watt's would sqmrfr deeomI.
- .-''-:-' did nQt k-now so well about giving her position, and the oxy-,Qi and h'dr,,en rnsh intro.
"*i; n-.ri, ..i imia.r_-there were alrea(ty two a new compound witta general explnsin. Hi'
r: iting ,,ihi,.r in lie United States, and she was denunciation of all oVer sects were contirnual.t-ad
, not certain the country woml l support them. It severe. The religicAs papers %ere in his helief
was plain young Franklin wnildt depend for the more givpn it h.iug than the'pomltical, as.-bad
support of his family on the profits of a third, been conclusive'V proven by some writer it, the
and this was rather a doubtful chance. If such East." '
an objection was urged to a would-be-son-in-law :" ; .
when there was buit two prii0tting offices in the .rien ..f Ihe i.S.e/is of C(aftf from
UnitreI. as, !o can a pointer get a wife now, aRussia.-We find the i;,llm, ing in the Weetpha-
Unied ;ta:s ho cn~a printer-get a wife now, la eu\:-vrlssescaiyhv ad
,Vhen- the 1--st census shows the number to be an L :- vral ites charity hve lty
1,557 !-Raledgh Star. :arrived at B-rlin, lhavin been condfueted to the
frontier-s if Prussia I'tnil Iheir convent at Wilna,
Great CotIon Picidng..-LAt Eltnwood, Jeffei- in Russia, w-hich has been suppressed. They are
son county, tte lplantation of John W. Dumbur, y",inr-igVornen of education and good familes,.and '
Esq., one hand picked lat week. as f-ll.ws: lst will r urb to their princ'ipar onmvent in Prance. '
day, 3,)3 lbs. : 2d day, 321 ; 3d dlay, 3"7.5; 4th day, Tliy' r" r put under thl charge qf.,ossack., oft ,
3:04; 5th day, 42'?; 6th day, 477: making an ag- wnl,F.-? treatment the mr(esevere complaints.
gregate of 2,23-2 lbs., and an average of' 382 lbs. p s e' o r e m rk-
for six consecutive days, picked in a field where A p ssr of r-l not' over rarka-' .
the cotton was first rate. It was well handled and 1'1" ,rn hi' pety, remarked, n e'nmrovdrsv, that
and fro m trp l'snen. ha d a im e d -a deathn Iloh w at re hg ton.
free from trash. Who can beat it?--V'atchez A wagwho overhearhizx, replied, "The man is a
Free Trader.' good marksman who can hit yours. "
When a lady ya ns,. you willtake yourleave- A man without 'one "is like'a steamboat with -
d don't bore her'to death. Do-you take? "out fuel whe1 b m onen a-heed!

lgT OF" I.EI- TTERq .i, ,iina- i 1 rie P,.l
-L w,:,: .-\' .. il cola, O,'t.Je!i -i 1 -|.
Allin, Edmund Aldridre, J C
) Bahcock, J- .. Bryan, H
Byington, C 'u. Bush-. Stephen
Briaght, Simon Brjw,, Mrs Jane A
Baldwin, CN B)rntit, Jas
Brown, Sampson B'n.,.I, J,
Collins, John 2 Ciii'i.,, C & Co.
Dent, Mrs Ann Delano:,, Peter A
Dawson, Wm 3 Ellisnn, John
Ford, S R -For, Jas H 2
Gilmer, John 2 G:,rdner, D P
Grav, J D Gannon, John
Gil~r;,. Mrs Gry, R P C.ipt
Hull, J NI H,,bbll, C B
,, Hurd, Gela Jones, T-P
Jenkins, Capt E B Jamieson;tChas
Kruier, J D Kin,, Fire'd
Kelly, C Larkin, John 3
Lee. Capt Low, A
Lanning, Jas MbInire. Saml P
MversJ, D Mnnd Robt
My'vf', E Marshall, F L.
L -. r. T & P r i CT P a t
Orman, Tlihs Parler, Ric'd
Patridxe John Peters, Abm
Pallais, D H Prenderauast, Pat
Roger., C 6 Richardp J G 2 '
Rocers L Robinson, Capt Wbi.
Ro;pes, B G" Roy & Co.
R!1(,des, Mrf.Lucinda Sibipy & Ferguson
Spratt,LW 2 Stedman, Jno
j oi : rIos, A. Semmes, A G 3
'nlith,. Hez martr, Chas
c U11.s, Capt A F Starr, J B
Smith, Capt :D S- 2 Smith, Capt Henry ,.
Terrv. F1'W 2 Vallau, W .,
WerThos Wade Miss R'
Walkoer <; ,' Wing A W *
Wood T M.
rf_3- Persons \vi% !]iii2 any of the above, letters,
; will I'h.-ise sav, thev are advertised."

St, n eav. 1n, A'-
g Sept. I, 1313..

District at the'ensuitig election. jy27* -% THE s.i,'rih.r will be pre-
; >' ..vfef pared, on or about the 20th inst,
We are authorized tIo an- to rransacthe AUCTION BU..
,ounce Col. SAMUEL BELLAMY, of J.-i,-,-'.t, ,"^.L N 1 n iCity, and hopes
as a candidate for the Senate from the Wesern.l 9--" N" ti,, "h attention n and sharet-o
District at the ensuing election. se:,.3; .... .
tile AUG 1 'ON JL'".-'. Having obtained a new
T *corn mi.isi i rom lie Governor, he feels confident
We are authorized to an- that i.,tl i -, ,:-, .yhall, prevent him ffrom use.
mince Dr. N. A. LONG, of Jackson, as a Can- ing his best exertif s for their comrnand,.
.lid.te for the Senate from the Western Senatorial JASk3B. 3TARR, Vater street.
districtt at the ensuing election. jy27* Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 31

.. We are, athorizd to an- S200 Reward!
We ar e uthorize to. an- RUNAWAY, or stolen, two pe.:roes
..nnce WM. W. J KELLY, Eiq., of Escambia, LYCTNDA" and ii left
3 a e'andi-ld1te lur fie .Se.,te from the Western .I* Aui,ust; s:he i." '-,- i
;..-trict at tMe ensui sg election,. sep3a 0.ind 30 ^,r, a!e, drk ',:,; ;i ,r;; d~li
......" c~are t de, sway bac?, s-;idi har 1 d Leer, Z,,:o11
We are authorize(l to an- countenance adxl ; .'i e i, iir-
,N .,ce W AL, .\N; R _. E o., f, r E.- ch ased of 1 1 i ri-. w ,) the U atoio,
im hia, as acanaiil te for the ` te Iror, C tie mile< lrL' i u., :!).- _fhe i rh of January,
l, Stern District of 'ytoiida. sp 3 s'1: he subscrib)ers. Jim I. left thle.7th inst.,
.-----r-, s h a likely younn, fellow, 0 years of age, and
3.. . is abwlt ( Ioot hr,-ih, dark complexion, a little
..:. -Vae authorized to an-\ e. a,-i^ wore o;; a slrakw hut, white panta-.
):I ,.;: ,O'lN ')HEiN1, of' Waikon conUjaty, ais a 1,0'1'' and cloth'coat, and has left his mother a.id
*.'iadidate for the '%iate rom the Western4Qena- father, and seven brthers and sislersa; ron-r,-
"eri:fl'District at the ensuh)4 election. C quenttlv we have just vrolvids for believing (hav-
i'n found a free ,a. 1r1 t' e ,;..^se-s!,,t ,'f o ee ,il'
T KE NOTI E --All ,t i d ;ic- i," the ot;ier nerroes,) that ,,ne Lun V s,. d; r. -, c-;d
cui)vinz LOT.- i ,i th Ot o i. Iher on. W hmngt ,i .-Sttvenis',,, lsis hi onuuslv
or 'rTo ,,d in i":_ vi;'^itv, hpln .,-' rr _) -, -_ I -t.y e):led, stolen, t h ken and '' -;e,-- ,!. 'i.. afove
L.&C,,CO7LA LAND COMtANY," wvtho-it n'_r,71 ,,* ,ncy Ann tInle-,,, hr .on
:",iis ,ion,. o ~b; .t .: ..*' irfn th eIn.u e o f T ',, ., ;- .; -.* t r
A ny person occunvinZ ?;nd ,: I o r t rori ., | w h ;) .',, ; *'i >vr *T' ,. i, -
w iti th ou t p eriri issin -ire h ere!y r ,t,, i _d tJ, i ;s ,_-. i : '" ".', ::" :: ,v -;- 'i M rs.
subscriber is authorizeJ f-)r t!? s;J,, of ti l al-e B:ir ;e <* *, 2J ,' /e:, i ,',,i ; e irn 't dis-
and if they do not come forward; ncessary steps r-aceiillv, aiter bre:,-.;;,. and every thing
will be taken to protect the rights of the Corn- n her ovwe!r. e w,i- pay i, ;yitv dollars for,
pany. 1 each of the above descrihed neroet delivered to
All persons are also, notified not l trespass 'is in Stewart-couity, a., or loded in any jail so
upon the lands by cuttin- Live Oak, Cecar, other 'that we get them; and will pay tCe balance of two
b.. hundred dollars (say qlut) for the apprehension of
timber or wood. 1-1. AU, `FN,..g!nt .
.Ipal'a L'WtCo., the thief or thiev.-', '.vil:, st .-'. evidence as will
,ct7 1m for n .". a,,l7 i f.ts ,,, h,, convict then for .-e~ro steali.! a)?thelaw directs

-- 10748
--- 255597 299491

Q, .. ...

F' To ;"," Ports-
l>I',inls ..... q 9,290
, la [.-.u.dt.... 1^,.)')
'Goastk, Iy?.^ds.. 12, )l
l\ I !land ..... 1,1'
r ExOp ftinn Georgeto',vn--
To NYrk ....... 1'5,a.1
Burnt.... ..... ]066
Stock (-iaton,
Septl lSI....... 13536
---33:, ) 97
Des t 0- t. -
St,) k i"C-'i, .] ..,m,),
P l O.l III..... S 2^
t)o ,, i i. K -




*?to: n i~l i :' ;,( 1.'.
F. .; .. ......... 200
--.. 818


Editors, in this and adjoining States, by giving-,
the above a few insertions, will confer a fav(r,,:
% Mich will be .duly appreciated, and reciprocate
ih,- ir,-t opportunity.
' ,-- A Subscription list will be found .t this.-
office.-SAVANNAH, SEPTEMBER 3,'1844

INDO GLAgr .- no20sWes 8 hv 10 10 nn.
sylvania Window Glas,;, a su.)crior art -le.
For sale very low, bv
Ocots ,5 '4;") M 't r ,,i-t?.



*--- 15-475


St,3itk on hl ept. I,
1 434 ........

New Goods !,r
T HE subscriber has just received per bri,
JI Caroline E. Platt, a fresh and : ,!,:,-',able -
sortment of FALL and WINTER GOODS, con-
sisting in part, as follows:-
Gents Cal' skin Bouts; Do e'Xra fine.;
Do' Call' sewed water-proof do.,
Do. do pegged do do.;
Do. fine Call' :Fwed Br,,.'rn,;
Mens kip do.; Do. cows hide Eoots;
Do. calf sewed long quartered Shoes;
Do. Morocco and seal skin Slippers;.
Ladies kid walking Shoes, Gaiters, &c.;
Do fluted lawn Bonnetts;'
Do White lace Neapolitan do;
Infants Caps; Kid gloves, &c., &c.
For sale cheap by

in such cases mad'.- aid mrvild 'J.
JOtN,;'. 'ARTE.
Stewrl (Co., G?1., '-,s,!. L^ 'h, 1844. o7 t
Copartiierslhip -and Conkinission
T dE uidclrsigned have associated tor the pur-
pose of trai','aetin- a General Agency and
C&rnmnission Business. The buaiPe4swilll '.con-
*n:td hi Apaflachicola, Fla., bv Henry L '' "-
mOOt, u older the firmr of RAYMOND & ;: -.R.
9,Nli'i Columbus, Goo., by Edivrd J. H-tni.,
i.!!l..,rt: ie firm of HAR-DN'& o.C
'l'!e ,!vA;'tai persotss\t a distance who rn.iy ,rave or wish to
make burgess in either or both places, will be
readily perceived. Feeling ourselves fully com-
petent to conduct such a business as it should be,
'ld :.,i ,,I\ i so to do, we respectfully solicit a-
:z: ire ot patr,ige.
Ap~lachicola,\ilv. 31, 1S141. alOtf
CO- PAk rNk.\;liP NoriCV.-The under-
S si'ied havi,.i xa iiciated with then Mr. H.
W. BROOK *;, will ?tuntinue to transact a General
Coinnli44iw), F()rWri'Vn', and ,Shipping Business,
under the firm of 'OVR-,E, --TONE & Co.
B. F. Nxou s7T, 11 .
H. 1. Arov, >Apehicola, Aug. 1, 1844.
H, WV. B, aOKS, a19

An OrniaBinee
Providing for the ,.rre-i ,\ oi;enders, &c.
Sr-cti'.n 1. Be it ']Lini i \, ihe Mayor and
Council of the Cithv t' o ALIcc', lThat in all
cases, upon complaint b.,Tj \i;,cof the violation
of any ordinance of said city ltthe Mayor, he
shall h:,1ve fill power and authri ty to is.sue his
wairrant directed to the MNarsi;hal of hid cov, coni-
manding-i lhirn to arrest the pi-rson (N (ersons coui-
p|ained against, and detain him, her Vr them until'
otherwise ordered hv th":I M vor.
Sec. 2 Be it further ordai,',.0, That i'a all cases
when judgment may be rendered in the. /ayorc'
Court against any -erson for a violation of any of
the ordinances of suaid city, the Judge of said
Court n ity remit .:nch portiowi of said JudZid^.nt as
in his opinion may be proper, when its apiy'riog
that suicl offence was committed under mittig-^ing
Po.t;-ed by Council 30th May, 1844.
kO~yiD G., ANEY. Mayor.

Clathiplg, &c. -'
F :ZE')H G1OODS', !-Ju,1 r ciived per Caroline
E_ E. Plhtt, from N,,w Yor;< :-
Over Coats, Cussimere Pa' '"
Red flannel shirts, tKersey j -ckets a')d p').nt-,
Linen bosom Shirt-, Calico do; &i, geai-,r,
Draws and under 'Sirb;, Itlriet J't
'Sack Coats, Woolen ,"ock., awd Mitrts,
Fur, cloth and velvet Capi; C)ildren d,.
Henry Clay Hats, Men and boys sorting do.
Fancy merino and velvet Vests, Gloves,
One-half Hose, Silk & cotton Pocket tdkfs,
A 1 -^., /. onrfm, .l.,, f i^f- .,r 'PA DTT WT -A...

100 kp;s .White Le ?ld;
5 b!)s L,'isjed 0il; 5 dp Lamp;
7.35 b)xs Glassassorted sizes;
100 lhs Verde-ris; Paint Brushes;
Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &c.
Just received, and for sale by
]el cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.

N O'ICE.-All perso:is are forbid from trei-
passing u: on lot No. 10, block 3, or from oc.
cupying the same, by authority of anv one but the
subscriber, who is alone aunhorized to ledse or
sell the same. I-. J. MOSES'.
Apalachicola, Sent. 1st, 1S44. sl O 1m

ACAUTION.-All persons are hereby cautioned
V.2 against trading for a note of hand, 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 4ne 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.
Apalachicola, Sept. 1st, 1844. ,10 3t


N O'ICE-ix months after date I shalt apply
to the Hon. Judge of' the County Court of'
Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the
administration on the est >te of Sampson Pope,
late of said county deceased.
Jackson County, July 23, 1844. a3-6m

N OTICE.-Six months after date, T will arplv
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judghe ,-; the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters ol
dismission from the estate nf Thos. H. Thompson.
H. B. STONE, Administrator.
Apalachicola, May 16, 1844. myl8 6m

No. 44 Water, near Chestnut st.




Brig Ann Eliza, Park, fm New York to B Elli-
son & Co.
Schr. Santa Anna, Webb, fm N Orleans.
Schr :'IaV Ann, GriersonI, fm St. joseph.
Steamer Aernes, Allen, fm Jernigan.
Steamer Jas Y Smith, Smi'th, fin Baimbridge.
Steamer Apalachicola, Sutton, fm Bilntstown.
Steamer Siren, Wheaton, for Brown's Ferry.
Brig Virginia, Talbot, failed 19th inst., fm do.
Schr Southern, [aylor, sl'd 21st inst., fm Boton.
Brig W L Jones, TyIer, up at N Y to s-iil 1st Oct
Brig Saratoga, Bedell, up at N Y., on 24th mst.
Brig Metamora, Ashby,. up at N Y., on 24th.
Schr. Henry A Schroeder, Stafford, up on the
19th inst., with desp'h at Baltimore.

Per brig Ann Eliza-Mr. A Low and lady, Mrs
P Dlnahue, Miss B Qniigley, Miessrs. J D Strod-
hoff, J G Titqs, Jas Demund, R McAdams, John
Jones, J andS Wet, A Wing, and 7 in the steer-
age. ,
Per steamer Siren--Mr. B T Caro and lady, Mr.
Wm A Mcfiengie arid lady, Mr. A T Bennett and
lady, Mr. ZW cKnew a nd lady, Col. H MFar-
rior, Capt. k- Robinson, Messrs. E McCullough,
Chas Connery, W N Johnson.

NEW YORK-Per brig AnnEliza-4 pkgs to
mn-]z to T H t- C fl Austin ; 3 to C Rogers; 6 to
W G Porter. GCo ; 164 to Wylie & McKewzie;
61 to Hirper Holmes; 151 to Perry -fc Dicker-
son; 9 to Raymnn V Hardin: 6 to B !l!is,,,ii &
Co; 26 to W A & P C Kain; 13 to J F Ftirior &
Co; 400sks salt,'12 ptsgs mdze to Nourse & Stone
V Co; 20 to -1 P, Taylor; 92 to T L.Mitchel; 4
to McKay VHarsth'orne; 23 to Lockhart &
Young: 4 to Jetkins & Pettis ; 2 to A Bestmin ;
- NE .V OAlLEANS-Per schr Sania Rosa-2.10
pc., I],-,inOz. 180 coils to McNeKay & Hartshorue ;
50 pes bagging, 50 coils rope to Lockhart & Young
aud 194 Ic 10to order

S...We -vre authorized to an-
nonwliK v. G. V1 ; i ^q., as a ca'idid.ite
o", ". n c.'uu:ty, in tile next Leu is-
l-riv., ;5o.' .w il, u.t tn,l bi.'ig election. sp3

' V e. are a, athorized to an-
ou'KC RO....hlFN J. E.OY, Es.i., as a nd-
,late for the Senate from the Western Senatorial


Ic i~l I ~ibii""31 I~I~I



..Prom the N. Shipping and Com. List.
',Statement and totall amount of the Growth,
Export, Corumption, Sfc., fbr the year
endint,31st Auzust, 18414.
NEW Oi5LIBANS. BA!ES. ryr v.. 1843.
ExporT -
To F, ..'e. ,n Ports. .713,417
C -";. .....,.....17 ,953
B ,.'it~! I OS~t ,.....* 7,245
.j : "I)tt.* ;i ,'- i ;: I. 1,
.,, .... .... ...... 12,934

..14500 121;
Recivpd ahildplphia andBalti.
more, ovland................ 1100 35
Total Cropi the United Stati..2030409 23783
Total Crop 1841, as above..., bales. .2,030,4
Crop of lastet-ar.... .... .... ......2,373,3
D ec"r eie .... .... .. ."..',. .-, .3A8.',

.m ,\o (i.f ';).
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v-, ^**', .' ; "/' 'I .'R^ di \ r -f J ,h'

"i th4 "it,,n t'v! Gth. instant, Mrs, ELIZ
B-r:-i LUC., e of Mr. John Liras, ag

45 veils. I

July, 1839, by FREEMAN HUNT, Editor and
Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumns, Of about
8C0 pages, each, completed. With the number"
for July, 1844, commenced the sixth year of the
existence of this standard Periodical. It is thb
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 corn-
munity, it has become an indispensable work of
reference to the Statesman and Political Econo-
mist throughout the commercial world. Its con-
tents embrace vvery subject connected witl. Com-
merce and Navigation; Agrieulture and Manu-
fackires; Currency and Banking; Fire and Mlar-
ine Insurance; the Laws and Regulalions 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 *'ith
the great interests of Commerce, Agrievfture,
Manufactures, a,)d the Currency. /r
The Mer,-',, .1," Magazine is published tt No.
142 Fulton street, New York, on the fi,4t of each
month, at five dollars per annum, payole in. ad.
vance. A few complete sets of the wfirk embrae-
ing ten semi-annual volumes of ahoiut .-00 pages
each, neatly and substantially b- u:d, can be had
at the subscription price by applying at the office
as above.
New York, July 1st, 1844. '
W M. G. PORTER & CO.offr for.sale a iage
and well selected sthck of DRY GOODS,
consisting of:--
Cloths, Cassimere, and Xtersey9%
Sattinets, Flannes and Blankets;:
Fomiian and Dotnesti-c Pfints;
Brown Drillings and Iriah Linerns;
Bleac!,1ed and unbleachedt Sheetings; .
iR Shirtings',/; ;
Cotton 04n ,iir~s; [ ...
And every other article in,(their line aaa,00tl.
to the country trade. i ; de04 6
_ALT.-t,200 boshs Course Salt of a superior
. qualilvyjust received on tonsignmietnt.
For sale by "
sep30 33 Water. ot.



-- -- .... : .. .. _''' ,_" --_ ..... -A JS(, a geuleiial assornni.Ltien I ot J 6, J"LA U1, ai'W u
4m-Binaf [ anllaan KentuckvRopddailv sep3T FRANTCIS KOPMAN.
expected by brk Virginia\which will hi sol q ,t F E ban i ar -' '"
low y A\F F^RR OR OFiFEE.- to(J bags Rio an~d La~rmra Coilee.
JA 71 m ee
low by J..F.\FARRTOR, o aeb
sep3 33 Wateri t For sale b'
b \eA.)3, W A WOOD, 23 Wa ter st.

yVLOUR.-50 b-ls Northern ,,perfine Flot'; "
.! For ale by DIME PORK.-12 bbis. Prime Pork, just re-
s0 W A WOOD\3 Water ,t. .L ceived and tbr sale .Y
---- ,w I, DODGE & GARDNER,
3)^, MEDICINES, &c.--I snbscriber a,, 19 i' 'V ter s0.
--lJt.a ust Opened -a ithsPnl.t~fDu, 'O N .','uht e u, dtte o
M e d i c f! c A3l rd f m D ruI cu, nt r v / =e ls -N e w C or, -, rd c t v ,, r
pro'.ptty &c.,A llo rders fr om t cw I ntry-,. )steamner ,iren, for sate uv
n c to. -B ...: "...9 HAM e lvV A W'O)),23 'X ter st.
jel !. Chestnut & Commerce s ets.
..AN ..... T Sk-- O RI'0 RICO SUGAR-1 0hbs superior qualitV
P'rri.- S, OAKUTM, &c.-Just relied. o irto Rico Sugar, for sale by
5SerPu ndn o.1. W P tett. ad; DODGE & GARDNER,
20t p O ; ite Lead; nd N o ,Ise o 40) W at erst"
200 do boiledseod Oil; \ -UGARS.-10 hhds Porto Rico and St. Groix
10 bales Oakum r sale low by 0 Sugars, for sale hy
sep30 I
sep30 VW,IOOD, 23 Water st. \ sep3a1 W A WO)r), 2.1 Witer st.
F ANCY AND STrAP DRY GOODS.--Just \-OLLAND GIN.--Oe ,oip)e Holiand Gil,
.1 received a Fresh and rp-eral Assortmert or first quality, just receiv,:d,) bv
FALL GOODS, consisting art ofh '' .. \ DODGE & GARDNER,
Calicos,,Muslins, Flannelginqeyg si^QQ 40 Water st.

.,sDomestics,, nbia -, l.- boxes Soap;
-:, ,: ,,, e,,For sale b,,
Ladies" Kid Gloves, Linens, Strnders G \"R-: I...'-N" ..R.
gee, Hdkfs, Black e r 4 i &, G R NER ,
Ladies Bonnets. fancy, fluted eitan, &c. !l \ 3
With a variety of articles suitable the com A 3: bil, Cotton Osnaburgs,
ing Season. For. sale by 0 I 0N3os. I a- --2 or ,ale by
sep30 rt&FRANCIS K N, j t 30 \," A'WOOD, .23 Water st.

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New York Advertisementg.

To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade,
by the Piece or Package. ,
No. 44 Cedar street, near William.
LEE & BREWiSTER give notice to
Dealers in DRY GOODS, that they have re-
moved ,their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED
No. 44 Cedar street. By confining their-attention
to PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabled
to exhibit an assortment lar suppasqing any ever
before offered in America; and to sell at-prices as
low, and generally lower', than those whose at-
-tention is divided among a large variety of articles.
The stock consists of several thousand patterns
and colors, embraein": every variety of AMER-
many styles of which are got up exclusively for
their own sales, and cannot be o, tainid else.
where, except in second hands.
Pealer- in Prints will find it to their interest
to call and examine this stock, before making
purchases elsewhere, fIor by so doing they will
ha\% e the advantagee of learning tlhe lowest market
pri'e, and comparing all the most desirable at,d
fat;iinnable styles in market, side by side.
(0- Catalogues of Pri,'i, corrected with every
variation of the market, are placed in the hands
of buyers., oct7 tfn

AN Evening Poper, to be published in the City
of Savannah, Ga., devoted to Politics, Com-
merce, Agriculture and.General Intel.ience
The increasing importance of our flourishing
and beautiful city-the'ficiitiies tjoyed in the
transmission of the in.-il--and the ab.-ense uf aln
Evening Paperin Savannah-all conspire torender
the proposed publication at least expedient, if not
necessary .* '
Whilst the Paper wrl. bear principally a cgm-
mercial character, we L-ball endeavor to make .it
useful and interesting to all clisses of the cinnmii.-
nity, by rendering it a digsenmmator of trulh-an
advocate of virtue-and censor ot vice. In pur-
suing the plan determined upon. the following'
will compromise the leading department of the Pa.
per, whicn w hope will carry ihe Lh -'rfulaett of
knowledge and the light bf truih wlieiever it is
received. .
POLITICS -We shall sustain the, great Republi.-
can doctrines embraced in'the Virginia and Ken~
tuckey Resolutions of 1798-'99, asmaintained by
Jefferson, Madison, Troup, Hayne, Calhoun, anid
other dist'ilgu s.edad-vocates(fI ia'te bights--and
mere lecently sei forth by the ].e)mtcrane: Con-
ven ion at B-him-' in May last-as f6rmiTrg
what we c nc'ivt-1.-. be the f ,',ddiental principles
oftour Go'verment Thusaha r,- for uir, motto-
Fr;.e Trade-Low ui.--No'Debt-Sept ration
from Banks-Economy--Retr. i.chm-.-nl-.nd a
strict adherence to the Constitution," and placing
ourself upon the broad bias of the latter,, we ci. in-
voke alike the fidelity of the '-m.oi " and the
zeal ef the"Nullifier,'"in maintaining inviolate
its compromises, whereby alone our civil and re-
ligious liberties can be :zecurrd to us, and the bless.
irngs of our glorious Union perpetuated. -
Ourobji-ct being to assist ii. s.i-ialining the great
principles ofCo,,-tilutioral Liberty, a,,d in Graw-
mg men's minds trom worship )of their fellows, to
an acquaintance w;th the Dature of their gover-
ment, our columns shall be open to the di.-cussion
of all political questions of a general nature. In
no case, howeverwil['the dignity of the" press be
yielded, by peraitting it to become the vehicle of
scurrility cr %ulgar personal abuse.
Believing 1he nomineeslof the Baltimore Con-
vention,'JAMivs K. POLK and GEoRGE M. DALLAS,
fully competent to di' charge the duties of Presi-
dent and Vice President of the United States, we
shall .endeavor to promote their election, by all
honorable means.
COAtME.RCIAL.'-Uner thisheadwill be found the,
late.,t stdt.zimentt- of the %air ,,!us markets for our"'
sty!)e ,'r.)lu:tioa;, b th F.r g in I Domr.n-ic-
to.gvth-r wiih a carefully -cuectea\\ %tkly LR.
view of our own market.
AGRlUTrUTAL --Wlhateven may be d:'mrd of---
terest to those engaged in .\-rculiiril p.,rs'jits,
shall have due attention, and no .%%m!,i will be
spared to make our i, in comparison to which, all other tlades ui.d 1, o-
fes ioinm)y be bid to 'be but the fi ze ano cor-
GEN177RAL I'rNTELTGNC -lI this deP4artment
wiilbe found a general- synopsis of .the passing
events of the day, t6-eiher witr o occasional, select.
Lion from the best Literary Periodicals, both For..
eign and domestic. In fine- wtiaiever will have a
tendency to develope the nch and varied na ural
resources of our State, elevate the moral charac-
ter of its citizens or promote the prosperity and
happiness of the community in which we live,
shall meet with our ardent and humble support,
THEDAILY SEr4TINEL, will be published every
afternoon, on an imperial half sheet, and deliver.
ed in any part of the City, at Six DOLLARS per
annum, payable in advance.
THE GEORGIA SENT[NEL, tor the country, will be
issued once a week, on a Suaer.Royal sheet4 and
forwarded by mail to any part (,f the Union, at 03
per amium for a single copy-Two copies for $6
-or five copiesffor $10--payable invdridbly in ad-.
vane. It will contain all the reading matter of,
the daily paper, including Editorials, Ccmmuica-
tions, a Weekly Review of the Savannah Mar-
ket, &c. .
W- Advertisements will be inserted in the Daily
Paper at fifty cents per square, for the first and
tw enty.'ive cents for each continuance. In the'
'eekly, fifty.cents per square, will be charged
for each insertion. .
The first Number will appear about the first of
October next, or sooner, if the necessary arrange-
metizi.,can be made and a sufficient number of
subw-criber obtained to warrent publication.
(tt- Persons wishing to subscribe will please hand
in "their nami.s immediately, and those holding sub-
scr'p.ton lisis will forward them by the first ofOc-
lul.,er. or sooner, if convenient.
CommunicaLions by Mail must be post paid, to
insure allentlion.


1t.S'IS'T L.. ,
D EALER in Fancy Hardware, Fine Ciii-.,,
Perfumary, &c., consisting in part of'
Fine Pen & Pocket Knives, and Scissors;
Razors, and Chapman's Razor Strops;
Elegant Port Folios, for" ladies;
Steel Pens and Pen Holders ;
Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pens;
Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks;
Pate-,t Inkstands; Fine Letter Paper;|
Fine Gold and Silver Pencils;
Genuine German Cologne, and fine Per-
fumes for Handkerchiefs, &c.
Bear's Oils; Toilette Mirrors;
Fine Cloths, Hair and Tooth Brushes;
Dressing and Finie Tooth Combs;
Silk and Fancy Putses; Suspenders;
Morocco Pocket Books; Tweezers;
Ladie!,' Fine Feather Fans,; .
Feather Dusters; Key Rings;
Violin and Violin Strings;
Sewing & Knitting Needles, &c.. &r.
Also, a :)od supply ot single and double bar-
reled GUN-3, RIFLES, &c., all of which he
offers cheap tbr Cash.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf

,,t c t :iu S tl
'St,.e c, qhind Se~t 1,
13-1 .... ... ...
Ree'd-from- .vlobe...
Do. do."Florila...
Do. do. Tex*-....

---332172 1060246


Export from M' bile--
To Foreign Port .... 269,526
Coastwis,.e ......... 195,679
Stock in Mobile,Sept.
1, 1844........ .... 4,175
Burnt ................ 473
Stock in Mobile'Sept.
1, 1843 ............ 1,128
Rec'd from Florida... 735
---- 1863
To .P r Pops...X,9 "
Coastwise ...,....... 116,069
Stock on hand Sept. 1,
1844............... 300



AN ELECTION will be held in FRANKLIN
C,:,,wry, Territory of F16rida, on Monday the
fourth day of November next, for four Senators to
represent the Western Senatorial Distiiet of Flo-
rida'; and tor-one representative to the Legisla-
ture for [lbe Comntv u.'" Franklin.
The P,,!- will le hold as follows:
'At FOR- GADI-)EN, under the inspection of
Win. R,,bi]:w,,n, C.','lion Evans and Irigo Elaby.
At OLD WOMAN'S BLUFF, under the in-
spectioti ol Chas. Ru--.ell. Sam'l. G. Evans and
James Selt.-n.
At AP_\LACHICOLA, under the inspection of
David G;. 1.-ce.v, \Vn. Foster and Anson Hancock.
Given under myt hand, this the 251h day of
September, 1944. 4 JAS. F. FARRIOR,'
sep30 tde Deputy Clerk.


{35 TERM'--Coashon Delivery.
Fall and Winter Fashions just received.
$ f i THE subscriber respectfully
S/,^ informs the Citizels of Apalachi-
t*'^ ,.- cola, and its vicinity, that he-has
* l,,"p ; (removed his TAILORING E'-
./' !.- TABLISHMENT to the new
i',>_ ,, building of Capt. Simmons, corner
, of Centre and Commerce street,
:' I ,^ | and is now prepared, on reason-
.'". '* able terms-to execute all orders
,. in his line ofi,,M in-i the latest
and most fashionable styles, and warranted to fit.
N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to.
Apalachicola, Oct. Ist, 1844. o7.tf

Stock on hand Sept. 1,
1843 ...............

--145562 161028

Export from Savannah-
To Foreign Ports-
Uplands ....... 127,410
SeaIsland..... 3,554
Coastwise, Upland...111,460
Sea Island ..... 2,151
ETport from Darien-
o VerwYork....... 1,411
i t.: ....... ..... 70i)
Spct in Sav'ah Sept.
\ ,'14,... ..... .... 2,161
D. i" ;" l ta andHamt.
t1, 1844 ........ 17,493





f- rxanklin Superior Court.
Robe4J. Floyd, comp't.;
Curoti and riswold, et al, IN (HANCERY.
TI Appearing to the Court from fidavit filed in
J is cause, that said Lewis Ct .is and George
.swold, trustees of the Apa..chicola Land
nmpany, -and said John M. Berrien and David
elden, who are defendants in said cause, reside
9 .yood the limits of this Territory, to wit: the
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New'
York: and the said Bernen and Selden in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
.published once a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper
printed in .this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso:
against them. (a copy-teste.)
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. fel 4m
Franklin Superior Court.
Robart May, comp't., )
Surtis nd 3 vs. 1 IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al., IN HANCERY
defendants. j
IT appearing to the Court from affidavit filed
in this' cau4e, that said Lewis Curtis and
George Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola
Land Company, and said John M. Berrien and
David Selden, who are defendants in said cause,
reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit:
the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the said Berrien and Selden, in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
publishedonce a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper
-printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be take pro confess:
against them. (a copy-teste)
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. jel 4m
Franklin Superior Court.
Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't.'
Dodge, McDougald, Calhounr
and 1i.ass, trustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-
chidola Lot Company; IN CHANCERY.
Lewis Curtis and George N CHANCERY
Griswold, trustees of the
Apalachicola Land Co.;
-- Myers, assignee in
bankruptcy of George W.
Ross, defendants.
IT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in
thisca.use that said Daniel McDougald, James
S. Calioun and 'Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis
ard .~l-ge Griswold; and Myers, reside
beyond 'the limits of the Teiritory, to wit: the
:said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state
.of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the
state of New York; and the said Bass in the state
eof 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
i be-taken pro confesso: against them.
(copy teste)
p,\Aalichicola, May 31st, 1844. jel 4m

- ..pafachicola District of Florida.
.; In Superior Court--Franklin County.
.AMphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
S, vs. ;
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage..
TT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the
i said David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
reiidd6. beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
South of the Territory of Florida, but within the
United'States: It is ordered, that publication be
maa itn some newspaper published in the city of
n ilachicol once: a week for four months, re-
U~fi; him to appear and answer the said bill of
dm'plaint on or before the expiration of that
.timp, or the said bill will be -taken as confessed
I g&intt him, and such further order given in the
premises as to the Court may seem justice.
(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL,
J. &L. BRA.NCH, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 23, 1844. m11-4mn
Frakliin Superior Court.
SSpring Term, 1844.
-A. G. Semmes,)
vs. > Damages $500-Attatchment.
Elias -Simpson, )
rflHIE defendant and all persons interested are
-L notified of the institution of the above suit,
arid are required to appear and plead as required
by law. A. G. SEMMES.
Apalachicola, Jan. 18, 1844. apl20 3 n
Franklin Siuperior Court,
Spring Term, 1814.
:i~lly6r Bush-& Co. )
vs. Foreclosure of Mortgage.
'Wm. H. Shepherd.
,Tl- E defeandint and all persons interested are
X. hereby noticed 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
tetm of said Court, 1844, for a foreclosure of said
mott;age. A, G. SENMMES, PiU's Att'y.
A Apalachicola, Nov. 24, 1814. apl20 3m
Franklin Superior Court.
Win. Law.rence,
vs Bill of Divorce.
Elizabeth Lawrence, formerly of Divorce.
Elizabeth Burns. J
.T HE defendant in this case will take notice,
1 that 0o the first day of October next, I will
proceed to take the depositions of Timothy Smith
in the above cast 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 PI'ff.
Apalachicola, June 25, 1844. je29 3m
In Jackson Superior Court,
To tie Spring Terit, 1844.
James Boon,)
Piety Boon.
THE defendant in said case, will take notice
that we shall proceed to take the testimony
of Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, William Gay, William
Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday the
pixth day of '4aAiext, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at
the store of IVal e & Brothers, Rocky Mount,
North Carolina ly interrogatories now filed with
Sthe Clerk of arid Court.
Solicitors for Complainant
.- 'rianna, April 2d,.1844. ap9 1m





N OTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court of
Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the
administration on the estate of Sampson Pope,
late of said county deceased.
SARAH H.. POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson*County, July 26, 1-14. a3-6m

NTOTICE.-Six months after late, 1Iwill apply
1 to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Franklin count,, for letters of
dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.
H. B. STONE, Administrator.
Apalachicola, May 16, 1844. my18 6m

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

Tax Notice! -
IN conformity with an Ordinance, 'passed by
the M ivor 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."
1, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of De-
cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the
Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol-
lowing described property, as, will bring double
the amount annexed, together with all costs and
charges of sale.

Blocks. Los. To whom aseeeau. w.,.

4 A. T. Bennett,......... 2200
C2 15 C. E. Bartlett ......... 8 75
26 2 & 3 5'
H2 3 L. Birdsal,............ 250
H2 4 J. C. Birdsal........... 2 50
Fl 9 & 12 Calhoun & Bass,....... 10 00
Al 1 John Evans,........... 2 50
H2 & 9 C. Edmondson,........ 29 00
Imp'd E2 11 John Gilmore,........ 2 50
43 6 F. R. Griffin,-.;........ 1 00
1 ;9 Estate of John Gillispie, 2 25
C2 6 & 7 Jacob Harvey,......... 750
1mp'd A2 7 John Kerns,......... 3 50)
Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy,........ 2 50
8 2 J. C. Love,............ 300
17 3 William Low,......... 3-00
B2 11 Charles McKinaey,...... 5 00
Imp'd E2 10 J. Martin,............. 4 25
Imp'd A2 6 Mitchell Marzell ....... 3 25
E2 5 Jno. T. Myrick,........ 500
Fl 11 Joseph Mitchell,....... 4 50
E2 9 K. McKenzie,......... 5 00
H1 4 & 17 R. Maitland & sons,.... 7 00
HI 9 & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6 00
15 8 A. J. Norris,........... 3 00
30 7 O0den & Ferguson,.... 1 25
Imp'd C2 03 Dan'l. Ryan,.......... 3 25
Imp'd A 00 John Ragai,.......... 2 25
Imp'd A2 2 PFrank White,......... 3 00
7 4 rhos. L. Wingate,..... 2 75
F2 15. denry Williams,....... 6 00
City Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, June 7th. 1844. jel5 6m

An Ordinance
To raise a Fund for the City Hospital.
Section 1. Be it Ordaned by the Mayor and
Council of the City of jApalachicola, That from
and after the first day of September next, the
following taxes shall be levied upon all passengers
arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each and
every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fifty
cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving
by sea from any foreign country, the sum of two
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.

SOAP & CANDLES.-10 boxes Soap;
10 do Sperm Candles, for sale by
sep30 40 Water st.

O SNABURGS.-10 bales Cotton Osnaburgs,
Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.

age on them. I shall be aided in this amusing an
interesting work by some of the oldest and mos
distinguished Members of the Sourhern Bar.
0- All communications must be directed t
me at Pensacolai: Florida."


Pensacola, July 1st, 1844.
0j- Editors favorable to the undertaking will
please copy.


Apalachicola District of Florida.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
and In Chancery.
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts.
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, 1843.....................f ,660 00(
Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on the same day and year... 972 76
John D. Howell..................... 365 9S
By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack,
Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county,
in the Apalachicola District of Florida.-
Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, August 19, 1844.

I .- - .


Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York.
THE undersigned respectfully
inform the Old Patrons of the
DRY, formerly known as "JAMES
Co NVkR's" and more recently as
A"CoNNER&. Coox'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.
WJ- 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.
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m




Nos. 29 and 31 Gold street, New York.-The
"Hoe Printing Press, Machine and Saw Manu,
factury, being under the management and direc-
tion of Richard M. Hoe and 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.
Hoe & Co's Patent Single Cylinder Press, has
been recently much improved in many essential
particulars, with a view to adapt it to first-rate
book printing, as well as excellent newspaper
work. A considerable number of these machines
are now in daily operation in this city and else-
where, doing the work very rapidly, and in a
superior manner.
The improvements in their Double 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 printers 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 liable to get out of order. Its inking appara-
tus is self-acting.
The "Hoe" Co., also manufacture a Cylinder
Job Press, of large foolscap size, which requires
two boys to attend it, who at the same time drive
the machine with their feet. .It will print from
1500 to 2000 impressions per Pour, and do good
The "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, and prin-
ters generally, that no pains shall be spared to
maintain the reputation of their establishment
and that all orders entrusted to them will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Editors and Proprietors will be supplied with
estimates in detail for Printing Offices or Binder-
ies, by informing us of the style and quantity of
work which they desire to do.
Hoe & Co., manufacture Cast Steel, Mill, Pit,
Cross-cut, Circular, and other Saws, a supply of
which they keep constantly on tiand,
Jobbing and Machine work in general.
June 1st, 1844.
N. B.-Publishers of Newspapers in the Uni-
ted States or Canada, who will insert this adver-
tisement three time. 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.
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 indispensable work of
reference to the Statesman and Political Econo-
mist throughout the commercial world. Its con-
tents embrace every subject connected witl. Com-
merce and Navigation; Agriculture and Manu-
factures; Currency and Banking; 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 c each
month, at five dollars per annum, payable in ad-
vance. A few complete sets of the workembrac-
ing ten semi-annual volumes of about S00 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.
XWX M. G. PORTER &, CO., ofi: tfor sale a large
and well selected stock o. DRY GOODS
consisting of:--
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys;
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
Foieian and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings;
,, ,, Shirtings;
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other arlcle in their line adapted
tothe country trade, dec4 y

To the American Bar.
HE undersignedcontemplates putting to Pres;
the ensuing Spring, the first volume of
My brethrenithroughout the United States ar
requested toad me with contributions from thei
respective states, locating particularly thi
"Scene" or" Anecdote" in the proper County o
District. As the contributions will be very num
erous and many of them from the far North anm
West. I must request mny friends to pay the post



- 3 1--- L- ~'iiilbliYCiiY~IrCi U""'~

THE PROPRIETORS of this watering
place, have been induced to open their
House for the accommodation of invalids
and others, much earlier this season than usual,
in consequence of the many applications that have
been made for Board from different parts of the
country, by those laboring under various diseases,
such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. all of which
readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have
heretofore held out more inducments to persons
seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to
those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
say come, and come early, if you wish to be
benefited. These Springs have proved a certain
cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
and in no instance have invalids failed to be'bene-
fited who have visited them, for the proof of
which, we can refer to innumerable certificates,
some from the most respectable gentlemen in the
To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will say this
much, that we intend to offer inducements enough
to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
South. We intend to keep a better House than
we ever have kept, (and it is said that we generally
kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirely
new; our houses have all been repaired, and the
whole place presents a new and beautiful appear-
ance. The temperature of the atmosphere is fine,
the thermometer seldom rising 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
raiseJthe water to any depth required; our Spring
affbrds upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of
water per minute; the temperature of the water
is precisely 90 degrees. The analysis as taken by
Dr. J. B. Cotting, State Geologist, is as follows:
Height above the level of the sea, 7934 feet-
quantity one wine pint, or 28,815 cubic inches.-
specific gravity 0,998-distilled water being 1,000,
GASES-Carbonic acid gas,....2 cubic inches,
Sulphurate of Hydrogen,.............a trace.
SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime,........ 1 grain.
Carbonate of Iron,................ 3 5 grains.
Carbonate of Magnesia,, ...1. 10 09 grains.
The temperature of the Water, winter and sum-
mer, 90 degrees."
A Splendid Road has been finished, -pres5?v
for riding, three miles in length; it leads to the
summit of a Mountain, where yon 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 a mile from the,
Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it,
to be the finest cold water in the world. .
The amusements at the Springs are various.-
The Ball Room is opened nightly and the services
of one of the best Musicians in this section of the
country, is engaged to take charge of it.
We'intend to devote our time exclusively this
season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hope
to be able, between us, to please all, and see that
none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too, will
give his whole attention.
Our charges will be the same as heretofore,
$30, per month for Board and Lodging. Baths,
free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and
sold at fair prices. These Springs are 35 miles
north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green-
ville. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching
here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
Mobile, Montgomery, Savannal, 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 time's a week by the
way of Hamilton, for the Springs.,
The Proprietors will be ready to receive Com-
pany on the first May. OUR
The Warm Springs are so well known that we
do think it necessary to trouble the public with a
long array of certificates, setting forth their claims
to the patronage /if the invalid, as well as the
man of health a-,d pleasure. We will therefore
only invite theAttention of the reader to the fol-
lowing letter L'oin Doct. J. J. Boswell, of Colum-
COLUMBUS, 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 wis. to leave their own homes and firesides
during the sickly season, to seek a place where
they cin enjoy health, and all the comforts of'
cultivated and refined society, to point then to
the Warm Springs, In its Topographical situa-
tion, it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering
place in the United States. The Medicinal vir-
tees of its Waters from the Chemical analysis sub-
fitted to the public by the States Geologist, has
and ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu-
r natism; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis; Diar-
rher; Dysentary ; Dispepsy, and all diseases of the
skin and Kidneys.
In addressing this note to you sir, I have only
complied with the earnest solicitations of some
kind friends who have been either radically cured
or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Waters
of the Warm Springs.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consi-
deration your obedient servant,
To Col. S. R. Bonner.
Warm Springs, Merriwether Co. Ga., April 24.

Office, JVo. 57 Wall Stteet, .JV. Y.
Insure Dwelling-houses, Warehouses and Builtd"
ings in general Merchandie, .Household .
Furniture, Ships building,8hips in Port
and their Cargoes, and edvary de-
scriptioon of personal property,
J. SMYTH ROGERS, President.
R. W. MARTIj, Secretary.'
The undersigned have been ppointed- agents
of the above Company, and are 6eipf wered to is-
sue policies of insurance against 1'6s8w or damage
by fire, on as favorable term, as other good offices.
Apalachicola, March 23,1844. 46 Water st.

Hartford, Conna--,.The udersi~.Ad'O agent for
the said Company, is prepared to issue poieies-t"
Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage on
rivers,, on favorable terms. The capital of the
above company is large and invested inr the safest
possible manner, and its settlement of losses has
always been prompt and liberal.
DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.

rp HE subscriber, ag~nt for the PROTECTION


*Ligon & A& Atn Wr



rT HIE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
1 INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford,-
Conn., with full power to receive proposals and'
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other'
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In<
land risks, The reputation of this company for
settling losses with prormptitude and liberality is
well known, )AN'L J. DAY^
Apalachicola,'April 8, 1844,
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UGARS.-10 hhds Porto Rico and St.-Croix ATTORNEY'S & OUN Ala
Sugars39 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.byrILL practice in Couity and Gircui#
se30 WA WOOD,23 Water st. Courtsofhe esofMontgoery.ike,
_OLLAND GIN.-One pipe Holland ( Coffee,.Dale, Henry Ba bot, co, posin.g'the,
H first quality, just received by eighth Judicial Cirit of the, State of Alioamaa
sep30 40 Wati st. Abbeville, Henry"co.,.Ala..
SALT.-1,200 bushs Course Salt of aeuperor TrOy, 4ike co., Al.;
quality, just received on consignm1t. -1ARefers to-
For sale by .efer. ti-...
RAYMOND5& HRDIN, / Col A MAister~n .Ala
sep30 Water Hon',Jas E Belser, Montpfmery, Al.-,
OPN. --200 bushels C~ --iv vper Gen' John Dill, Fort Gaines, Ga.
Sst .r Sireu, for sale by Mers. Chester & MeGriff, Apal'a. Fa,
t. V WArxi X ,Al ; :r JanUary 25th, 1844. jan29 tf t









WV AN TIMES..-During the time is
journal has been before the world1 the propieFors
refer, with pleasure to the praise which hias
elicited from the press of England, riIeland ot-
land, the United States, Canada and the, est
Indies, and the encouragement It has re iVed
from thd public of the'United States and C ada.
Three essential features distinguish it f n all
continporaneous publication..
First-It contains a full, correct and npre-
hensive Shipping List, arranged on a pla in plain
and practicable, that he who runs rtefread."
Persons interested in the Marine of Ati ria may
turn in an instant to the information fhich they
seek with the certainty of rcl',ing q itl truth,
It thus ,i'3 .:,.' s Shipping Lists, af other ex-
pensive publications from Eiurope, se of which
are six times the price of Willr &'Smith's
European Times? .
Secondv-I1t contains a Price Crent, all the
great British and European m et9, devoted
principally to the articlesof tra dand cmmerce
more immediately appertaining the American
continent, and in whinchtbe mianrt1e-trader
and the man of business must el an immediate
interest. On the score of corr tness, the tabular'
figures, and the remarks accompanying the vari-
ous markets, showing their a ual condition, may
be relied on, and are in faj an aut hrity with
most of the first houses, in principle cities of
the United States and Can ". !
Thirdly-As a newspapf, it preifts to thff
American reader in a chcentrated;.tate, and
where the interest or in pttance of lie subject;
demands it, in the most #tailed and i'nple form
every topic of political cKimeycial, dnestic and
miscellaneous interest vJich has occ red in Euw'
rope, or elsewhere, site the depaure of the
previous packet; espe4kl regard b tig paid to
whatever is most connoted with or lates to the
political, social, and commerciall vll-being-of
the Union, or the adjyent British imence. In
short, it takes a glan-l at every ci mstaece in
Which the inhabitaro of the Great stern con-
tinent can possibly kel an interest. It puts the
Americrn reader j possession, t, moment it
comes to hand, of hate ver has trat ired during
the interval in Irope-personal, political and
It has alreadylattained a very hLh charaCterr
and may with geat propriety be sal to contain
AN NEWSPIPER which reaches this country
from England' for it comprises i a condensed
form of twenj-four columns, every description of
news of intdest of America, which tiad transpir-
ed in Englaid and other Foreign arts, from the-
sailifig of tie previous tip to the Iur of depar--
ture of thSteam ship which cOdiys the forth,-
coming ninber.
( It'Vill be sold at 12J cntsper copy only.-
Amongst other numberousAnd pattering test.
monialsithe Boston Mornini Postl abys.:-
Were greatly indebted to thil newspaper for
our foreign, miscellaneotsiand ctrameroial news.
One inmber of Willm#a & Shth's European
Timetis worth a who file of aoj other English
pptblished at Livev)ool, just l4fore the steamer
sails by WILLIA, & SMIT1. Subscription

IT is the intfition of the, proprietors ofe
,EUno0tAX MEs," to publish EXTRAS, n-,
taing a dig$ similar to tbe Eerepean Tpinesr
but more ccdensed: price tlfree tesf pe'CopyT
which I shdl have forwarded by post anailway
Express, y a few minutes after each amrnhip's."
f arrival VBoston, and which may be taned m.in.
1 quanBlti at very low prices .
Boston, June, 1844,. Jyl

An Ornini.nce
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, he
shall have full power and authority to issue his
warrant directed to the Marshal of said city, com-
manding him to arrest the person or persons com.-
plained against, and detain him, her or them until
otherwise ordered by the Mayor.
Sec. 2 Be it further ordained,. That in all cases,
when judgment may be rendered in the Mayor's
1 Court against any person for a violation of any o
the ordinances of said city, the Judge of sai(
Court may remit such portion of said judgment a;
in his opinion may be proper, when its appearing
that such offence Was committed under mittigatim
s circumstances.
Passed by Council 30th May, 1844


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General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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ADFERIISBR CAR D S. Fiom the PhilaJslphii Do3ar :ewspiper. ELECTION OF PRESIDENTS AND VICEPRESIDENTS. New York. No State cut of New England,except ,
fOJI.\IEavuJ Ti New York, voted Clmtun. Elbridge Garry, of
4-_ TO MARY V, L., of PHIL'A. "
Masachu3t-tswi.s: chosen Vice President. i
\ The first President of the United State, Geo.

PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY IlL\ R. Wood, sy s. F. o. Washington, was elected in 1TS9, unanimou-ilv. In 1517, James Monroe, Virginia, was chosen .i !A

BY AUCTIONEER '\O COMMISSION AGENT, He received the five electoral votes of New President: having: received 1S3 of the 217 I
R. A. DOMINGS A: J. L. \VV MAN. have a passion for the home of Mary electi rai \
No. \Vater.treet, Hampshire, 10 of Massachusetts, 7 of Connecticut votes. He led the entire vote ef all the :
marl Fla.'VyllcA [BYRON.If Pennsylvania 3 ifDelaware States,{ cci.t those of Masschusetts,Connecticut I
thin IhUMl Building, orner of ly Apalachicola, 6 of New Jersey, 10 of ,
05:3 Coranurc.stay s ttr&l thou wert OIinr. G of Maryland, 10 of Virginia, 7 of and DtL \\ are,\\ h ilh were thrown t iir Rufus King
: & Ci1 3:nut *
McKenzie, A V coronal of flowers around thy brow, South Carolina, and 5 of Geornia-in all G'J. of New York. Daiiel D. Tompkins, of New- '

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Where ever pensive beauty reisneth now, The first Congress n.et at New York in the monthof York, was chosen Vice President.
AT TaitES Dj ,.VIS, PER A? NUM.VhertL In 1521 James Monroe Presi I
entwine. re-elected
'. No. .Water street; I would : April, 17SfJ, and Washington entered npo the was :
PYJ3LIA:3.t' : Ajalachicola.AiiVA Those that shne duties of his ofhce on the 3Uth c.f April of that dent. He received 231 of the 232 votebeing I

.;:nr4ts: ot ts Iii a.H jr I **. (Mvity lines WYLIE, 3WM Would V quickly move eyes to musi; my poor lyre, year. He arrived at New York fcrnrvutt the entire votes: of all the States, except tnefrcm

or mJr la pro"rttn: ,) 'J1.H, :u".1.i- U3rted A. McKEsrzri; 5 sepl ly Such as the Sun on Memnondid inspire, Vernon, dressc'ii, it is said, in a suit of domestic: New Hampshire, which was thrown JI.r John Q. V -

at tie: fulbiviaj:;; utes"; --, Or Song of thine. manufacture. John Adan.s; who had been in Adatr.s. Daniel; D. Tlmpl"n:1: again chosen

,).,e \if..$IcHn '> 0( mO'1th< .. $2 3ju David G. Raiicy, My lips would si I pe k Europe during most of the Revolutionary! Vice President almost: rs nnat-.inuusly,
; .71. IT"r.I.-! .2 OJTwee In Iv23: there \\as no choice by the
$ m mt.'K', ) [ : CODII5SIOS.Fot'ARDI: : G \IEItCIIA T Love's language from a swelling heart and who had then recently returned, was elected people, I
nuams ...5 u I ij I Tvi-o weeks .. .1 iiJjvvo purest and the election;; devolved
again the Hcuse
AND DEALER IN GOODS, Where fond emotions rest aid pant to start, Vice President, and took his seat at the head 01! upon
months! .4 Oijj i O.u iasertioi-.1 O'JVfhei 30.43 W"aterstnp.t. V Or else 't would brak. the Senate. Among the members of the first < t Re;>resentarives and John Quincy Adams was j jehrl3t

alvertissmsnti a-e s;at withou any special jau29 tin Apalachicola, Fla. the Congress \\'er Fisher Ames, Caleb Stronz, Gco. :. The votes electors fcr President were :1-

di.rdctit. as to tl*> DU.nbr of -insertionsrejiirc1 Or loveliness For in suck feature and POWtf A soul, Cabot, Theodore Sed. wick, Robert Mcrris, James for Andrew Jackson, of Tennessee, !>D; John Q. \ I

it ivill. 1)2 ULeit.5: that ticy are t.} II. RlSisoi & Co., That are in thee, to soften and control- Madison, E'Ibert Benson, Wiilurn SmiU!, Eli! Adams, Massac'sus! -Hi>, tV; H. Cra\\'frtl.of V4 -

be jJJiis-ieJ: uxriL }':ltJln; they v ill theren DEVLERS IJ MISCELL1NEOUS GOODS, Life's stormy hour Benedict. It is i s.ud] that the Executive officers I Get r:ia, 41 ;ard Her.ry Clay, of Kcntuck)',3 ; in

.i' c. iti ricl at o'.r dvcretionj ai'-l' chargedao AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, began their official lift with mrre parade ard fo?- all, 2'jl. Jacksj.n received the entire voteot New

'irli3.J to the t forgoing 6$. I IL No. 33 Water street, From the London Spectator.. tentatjon than was thought: becoming, ard that t i Jersey, Pcrinsvlv.,1: N rth ar.d South Carolina, t

': a i \.-.;rtif nits 61 whitl, the ten! of pub- decl ly Apalacliicotai Fla. RIOTS, EUROPEAN* AND AMERICAN.The Mr. Adams walked the streets with his hat trader 'IVnius-ee, J Ind:, nn, \11 SS3PiJi: and Alabama, 1 ,

u 1,1. i i; .:ui.l by li.v, wiU':iy *,,? excepted his sword. Washington's forms o. the So voles or' New York, 7 of the 11 votes of.LHJiar
and arm, wearing a
'v. A. & P. C. [ain; difference bet veen an European an t
i h i, a til.a: >j 'e rule.r COMMISSION MERCHANTS, American riot is striking. In Bohemia and in Si- and ceremonies"were complained o' by same en- 3 of the 5 votes of Loui?im i, and 2 of f

.: i , a Ivertisa by.the )'e-r a.1 :bcral disi x). .1 Columbus Block.Apilachicola. lefia, as in England, riots.are the ;peevish violenceol emie. as amounting to royal cu-ton Corerr.-; the! 3 volts cf Illinois Adams received the entire p :.
i u .vtll i> miJa ; bat: all adve.vnents: not hunger afraid of coming still hu:igrier. An continued is session till the 29th cif SerEibrr, : vote t.f M.-.jne, New Harnpshire, Vermont, Massa-

.-. ,:[t. :iiirijnuj; to their own vness, as Cotton to American riot is the vtry wantonness of fuluess cf 17SU, employed in framing the laws neces-siry to chussits: Rhi-dc Island, and! Connecticut: ,and 2G of
.,- .: i. al! L'iil ilvertii? nents ssnr'.jby them, Liberal advances: made on shipped bread. 'Jesh'irun' waxed fat and kicked." The the organization of the government. In this the HG;t: vi.tes of New York, 1 of the 3 votes of f C

"us-1- ->." cl1rJ at the uul rates. Liverpool, Now York and Boston, and also in Volunteers of Texas, tie Sympathizers of Canada, space of time, the construction of the prv/ers intended Delaware, :{ t.f the 11 votes of )tar''land, 2 of the i4

\.I, in I ) rre.ajiits: of candidates for ', will store. nov! lyWi I Vie rioters of Pmladeliiiid, get up a row for excite to be sivon: was very ably discus-e
;, > : itrJ FIVE ait.uvns during tbi c.m'as ment.I: The number of Senators then did not exceed IS. ; linois. Crawford received the entire vote of Virginia \ j V
A. Wood riot ia the more painful to cou- i
h all in advance.A.I Tne European I and Georgia and G of the 36 of N.
:1L'll. i t ci$3.s for wealth The number of Representatives attending was votes Ycrk
COMMISSION FORWARDING MERCHANT, tem.ildie.! It is ea:iV suppressed ; .
:; C > i licatio'H. (when admissive,) .f a ; health discipline and intelligence, are arrayed about 80. 2 of the 3 votes Delaware, and 1 ol the 11 votes r _
!u T1 lit ur iuJividual nature, or pu Ts of n \vj against; it. But inn -dti half-ashamed of striking Washington was azain chosen President unanimously of Maryland. Clay received the entire vote of f'
.iveitmiiioJs &C., will be chafed for mil No. 23 Water street, Fn. 1 at hmiger-bitten wretches among whom if there by the electors of 1793. having receivedthe Kentucky, Ohio and Missouri, and 4 of the 3G i

; 1.."iis_" Rents, at our discretion. ssp30 Apalachicola, be some criminals there are more fools and suller- entire \ote of Rhode I Island, Vermont' New votes ot New York. In the HOUS.J of Representatives ft

ers. Theare ashamed to push back crowds, York, Kentucky and North Carolina, in addition! John Quincy Adams received the votes of ft t
./ T..' followm; gentlemen are our authori. .nod-<; & Gardner, whose meazre sjualor} SlOWS the privations they to the states above enumerated all 132 electoral 13 of the 24 Stutes on the LIst balloting, and was ,.

i iz-iN ; a-il: they! are empowered: to receipt GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, haie undergone, into ths misery from which they votes. John Adams was again chosen Vice declared eler-ted. Jln Caldwell Calhoun, cf .

'r 11 ;fn-niit of any riptiois, aJvertisetn dejlS No. -10 Water street, Fla. art wildly strug zlinj; toget lOIJ*e. The sense oi" President. i South Carolina was chosen Vice President by .
Apilachicola ;
itctlier; : printing, to bi forwarded to us:- ----- -- restored tranquility is tioubled by sympathy for John Adams succeeded Washinzton in the the people, he hiving received 1S2 of the 261 r'tV :

U tj, VLDERIIAV, Mamnria, Fla.J. Francis KopimiEi, the adver are5 they have subdued. Presidency, by the vote ot the electors in 1797, .i electoral votes. The ether vcte* for Vice President fr 1r

h. :h CHEZ, St. Amu-tine, Fla. "4ntsA1.Z: A.xn RETAIL. DEALER IN The American riot perhaps the most dan. he having received the entire vote of New Hampshire I were, for Mr. Sanford 30; Mr. Macon, 24 ; :

jA. PEVX, St. Joseph* Fla. SHOES, D.vCOODS.. Cl.n( HUNS, HATS, Sic. gerous. It is stired up by vain unmagination ; Massachusetts! Rhode Inland, Connecticut, Gen. Jackson, 1311'. Van Buren, 9; Mr. Clay 2, t .

N ;i.v:nu, 1)rJ\\'n' l' err ', Fin.A. C.ie..n/v Cit'i, it is a stniugjle of parties! almost on an equalityin Vermont, New York, Nev. J.rs>y, and Delaware, i and there was one blank.! 1

-. J-iEEv.i-Dsa, AUu-w, !Jikr.nGa; oct Chesnnit. iire.n, \Uiachicoa.:; Fla. point of Wan*, persinal strength, and dici. and 10 scattering vote* 1'rctn other states. Therewas I In 1529, Andrew Jackson was fleeted Presi 1:11'I
---- --- -S-. -- plme. The rioters of Piiladelphia had cannon great difference of opinion; among one party, I dent.1VI. received J 75 ot the 201 electorial 'otes.'J
APAL.HICOL.P.CKE1 James G:2)Il)1. and ammunition and themilitary were impromptu John Adam* received the
\ZX YORK fc ; whether to seek the election of John Adams, rr i Quincy 'f
+1U'3E SIGN, UHNVMENTAL PAINTCRANJ soldiers' with little if more dicipline than t vote' John C. Calhoun r
-_- -i:.. my Thomas Pmckney, of South Carolina. As theCfJfistitul s. was re.electedlce Pre ,
.Lr GLE their opponents.; The iijen who murdered the d for that I sident. 't'
.C' .. t''I ion then was, both w're'ot by
,.. 4 .' '., 1 A iUchicjla, Fh.nuntly I Mcrmnn prophet; Joe Smib, after he had surrendered party, expecting t that one ot them would be President I In 1533, Jackson! was re-elected President, i' 1Ii

h'I;1, r ,,::,;t T..:. :::.. JOt' )! (' o.i hind a fulL :-tJIlv' of 0:1: a pli-d.e ofiilett, and the men who attempted and the other Vice President. Thomas Ii having received 219 of the 25. electoral votfs. I

V; '. i WjsiaujrtoTj,. .J J J DJT.IJ* :ru-ter. Pant! (*ils GUs>, Potty, &.c. &or'ur: d.mc t- resist: that bruiil violation of public Jefferson ot Virginia,and George Clinton of New Of the balance, Henry Chv.ol Kentucky, had 49; (

i.:., '.\ :. Pnif, on tnssi! .tat reasonable teruis. au iyJnnics I faith, are in their: own State equal in social es- York, were the opposing candidates.* Most unexpectedly ( John Floyd of Vir.'ir.i i,"l J ; William"Wirt, of t t

.... . . P 1\ Lttttj. 'I 1 t te:rn. A little more excr.tment- and the Bri- the result was tlat Mr. Adams stood Myl n i i. 7 Martin \.:' 2unm, of New York. -

.. h '. V L .'3>vr, I F. Fiirrior.PORT / i-h Si'jeCt1'Leijd m\s\t\ have t-xpcrifnced; the highest, Mr. Jelierson r.E-XI!, and Mr. Pinch- I wa$ cl:0ten Vice Pv"L\ .-" t )

-; I i I /:! t.).. '.'. ;!. i)..,no, 't% \\t.\"u.: .)1'.\1' '' PUBLC: thf fj'e of American Joe Snith,instead of beingm third. It was supposed fiat BO many ct the I In IS:;", \Idrt \ ,: :.' I'r. us r-:._cd. Fr" t-
.V" C Park 4C Apilaciiicoh: Fla- I'' :1-tiy f-x-ced back into alter he had been ney I d Hi : ;. 'I ., '..,, ;_. .. ,..' .
v ,') tZl; ,. : prkon Eastern electors as preitrred Mr.! Ad.i'ris. to Mr. ? t, i.cc V j7VV '" :-1 t.:' t. 1" ;ts.e .
1,1.. 4'r OJ1l'I.1: -11 1 i..H""ltpr.: strcft.regretfully bailed an American riot is mt a revolt of w.mt and I 0 *h. h ,\- ;1.l: H -. p. .
\1 .1 ulra,.. . .\ n I Pmckney, [placed the Utter candidate 1 >wer than t lr .e. : !: :: if : '!1. C. ", %
\\\v.: v, # l li are of li.-Ht iri't of water, JHe wOIJtd sul-cst: I the pal rO:a::"-' i ignorance aaEnst we.UharU intelligence ; it is they intended to do and thereby save a re>uit 11 I'I tad 73 fn: :., I.'A" .C '.4-t.: : r,....c_ ,. of his fri t's and.a! jtrtiritIB. : ,rlce an insurrection of social ;
the ; : n. :
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I :U silt ''ure--y f;l r th? tndf! of tie! h?-t rnaHT which was exceedingly unw li-ome, -
----- ---- -- The great problem in politics! is to adjust thecouitercting Mdiiiruin o \ .1: L1.. :, i:.. M J Jtm.O .
*_*.., .. fj tpi t;.l and cooneren. with Vice Pr idt. Thomas Jfcff-rson, having. the .J. : :, : $
It. \V ff)41. forces contulin in the government President (!, o"Kentu* ;'', .:. :Vj \'i.t; 3.d It.
iui.'ac'i iiinodalicns, an 1 will sail pmotnaliy' highest number of votes, was c.iosea Vice :
> N O T A K \: PUBLIC t and ; action in :he individual. Too ,
spontaneous ," .
a? ilvirri..'d. When he day of sailing falls on In ISH" V.l P'-TyH : -'W.u-... '". ( ;'-.
Z\ .). 31 \V atl'r. treet, much control paralyzes and enders imbecile the In the President. He ;. :', .: tf. .2r..t '
Su id \\'. tin: ships will sail on: the M-ndjy follownz 1SOI> there was no choice President by Ic v ( '"Ch..tt'3.
: T'ic price cf p "-t.e H > I-*, without 1 i lu'Jr5. marl ly Anl;; chicoa! Fla. the national individual mind ; too much sjontaneoug The action time in people. When the electoral Votes were counted, vi. Martin Van i urv, ,". .. I f : tltt I.fbr.-. 'V

f for.vdrded to the subscribers, at generates inarchy. it appeared that Thomas Jefferson had 73, Aaron 0 votes.. John TI. r, \ ..r"i tvas -s-. r.
3H: s-wds L.NO'PAItY in the United States which
A. Clcln( nts, seems approaching .
Kew York, will be shipped free of comrni 3iun. V Burr 73, John Adams G3, Charles Cotewcrth Vice President, having" r c- 'H id 23ilectrral V.
will decide whether the ombta entertained
E.: D. HURLBUT & CO., PUBLIC I by Pinckney, Jeflerson and Burr having an equal votes. Of the balance, Rchnid M. Johnsi-n rf

M South st., X. Y., or, No23 Water street, i Washington, Hamilton, andthe first Adams, cf number, the choice devolved on the Horse of Kentucky, had 45 ; Litrtat!> W. Tazewell c! Virginia .

XOL'RSE, sl'oNtCo.; ., tp3) Apalachicola, Fa. i the adequacy of the Democratc constitution as carried Representatives. Mr. Jet t"l' .lln tcolc care to have 11"; James K. P through by the Jefferson, were not .1
". -iO V.LtCr't., \p1'a.CARDSb this procedure corrected" by a change ol the
sc:> Will. Sydney Green ill D. I.I.well founded. The experiment still in progre Cort>tituii From HI1 t". il-rc' a'. : .
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D.,\. G1IEEN .l.li"S thi ot'.) >rtu-iity ot"ev >n%. -. Uuion is not merely a-ro the possibility ofa : on auca: occaions, bv StareIf t..e rum- ..1 .l.ic 1': (.2. ;,. r: i..! -. .Iith /._ _
si-i? hia !rati'.uile' to htx patrons; -inJ to ..ivirtiien : RepuhliCiin "loverment, mrc tie )hrs in tile .
; her t.f Rejivs-'ttatives was seven a nu It is stated in Uu-Lo' Con. ;CVttatin is:'?,
th it it s-hill l'" in: cotvta! ;t 'ndf.ivor to renderIim1f wild acceptation h W'j:!: II\ ,s ipplied tai U'e
,. the number constituted the vote cf the .
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useful in hV t
more profsioi. i constitution "i :II i- \\ 1.0-0", :md the 1ni!edProvinces _
: N :U..8\N ,. cjJ1u \ ,, &c.&c. !;-ie rlllm:) r:13 equ.il, the vote of that State > 1.1 ', V VV .
N. YJltK.: ou Centre near \\"' r 8Ire 2.ic! bi;' ai :' : > > .-rjlity of a srv-i- I I_ _
A flV r. It TIS I E1 1l' S. -- ; ; .:.i'.!!: D2 Guulcd ; but by a regulation adopted by over theUiiibii, wei.t ..vfl..,-. ..-tu tr.ftlpr, :
L. "VAtrORNEY SIt1. merit based u: o:. the :tulr"v of auman perfectibility mo Hi.us, the'oe was not lost in case of a division and manv together, aicic.tf c.i' a U'ivirsalcrash. :
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.fs T--s :\yi IJX >J3l12rgAX J Oc COUNSiLvOR) AT LAW.Y71LL and ttv zrvAU i!}.; a? the
J3G Jfvu uT;. Pine street. for the future reside ij i thi! ? city. All ? of the United States were under necessity Frun New Hampshire there were 4 votes, troru Messrs. Brown's. The 1. t*! r v ere not crushed!,

NEW YORK, \V who have committed l'gi bn>ine .s to his of adopting a Republican goverment beCaUse Massachusetts 1-1, from Connecticut 7 ,Vernont but they were bruised. An e scan commerce was t tat _
care ivhile a resident of Cloincv\\vill! pleae address no material existed for anyother. But they Rhode Island 2 N York 10, N Jersey 5, Pennsylvania '
-, that time a towennj pile: n course ol erection _
He will C tiune ftlrtber and institutions to the working :
this place a went adopted
him at resnl.ir \ illia li
13, Delaware 1, latlar.dir bank crt.ditg the scafc It.i :g. It fell ; ard: the
I orjacks'on
attendcinCti:: upon the orts and of which it i3 indnDertsable: hat an immense I
ias. L. Francis, counties and the Court V Appeals! at N Curolma lu, S Carolina 5, Gtori.: 1, Kentucky Brown's wrre nrt far from beingsmoothercd in (the .
( idsen : of the populatio must! b! vll educated,
majority \
,T T \4 1 J. ) !\ & CLOTHIER 'alhU-*.:. characters and in drcuiisances.- :2, reunesjee 1. The HJu.'ottd, among otlurregulations i rubbish Had they po:.-'sed I.s t ban the sf rengtli _ _
.1x'; jji Iiorrr3l2r liioington Qtii'' t-ver W. Wond'g.No.. 23 \\tf'r street. orderly the easy of tlis United Slater ) to attend to no business but the election of giants, they ciultl not: have exlricuted tbtm- _ _ _
t'Z"vV YORK. novl lyti:1t'v A:)', l hh oLl! Jan. 8, 15 l-t. \, So long as what population Revolution while it was pending, and not to adjourn selvts; and, giants as they werethey would have
it of
time the
1 continued wasat the until an election was etiectfd. The bui.oting struggled in vain, had nor a powerful hand assisted : _ _ _
} s. Coie, I '..LJ"TORE?'-TRIANGLE BUllniNGS.II. such a govelmenl! was sufficient. The general l began on Wednesday the 11th day of Ft'brudr'jand them. The British government saw, ar.d

COMMfSs1uN; MKKCHAXT, ri'HtS. : Doyle & Co\ competence(", the general education Under, the tradition continued until Tuesday the.l 17th at 1 o'clock! I looked with apprehension as it saw, the struggles ._ _
for law a stronger
: & UROCs ary respect acijuired recurring at longer or shorter intervals. In 33ballotings .f this gigantic i establishment. From Inverness
No. .jCa i it. Cot Tchoupitoulas : .; I.P (. j ii \ and the (
kt the unruly
I NJ.V Orleans, La.Rfers 1'2 .1 i) !lord sireet, cnfnerof Front LVee, Knverment, I ma-s orderly the ,back woods.- the u-te stood, S f for Thoroi-s Jeft.rsl.II, to Penzance, there Was not a single town but
betook! themselvc-!
spirits ) G for Aaron Burr, and two States were d.vukd. would have (felt its tall. In Sheffield: and Bir-
\I ic. Holrnes, No Natchez street \
Tojril'itln !!!rs Harper ai: i at such New York
1 Apal.ichicola, Fla. N. ORLEA\& I But in the great emporium?, as Oa the 3Uth ballot, Jefferson had 1) btati-s, Burr liiiriirham: and the towns surrounding them, ar.d

-- ,. a suffering and derided class, akin to that 4, and! two States gave a bl.lIk'uie.. The presence in Manchesttr, Leeds, and ell the great factory (

SIEI'':'> T Lu'riNcorr, vV\i: II. WYATT. WHOLESALE AN't! : : iM\. wnich we rim! I') t..e c-il cities of Europe Southern [ is of every member during this evtraordmarv. communities a hrze r.unbtr of the merchants -
The i I.'lt1lfs of tin-! new
fjbpiiicoltVyalt, : ERS in Paints, Oils, VArnsT: -': .1-'Itmc: ai?' iircwi'U IIi) from the scene, which lasted seven dais, was indispen- a* d fmployers, arid\ a a matter of course, every
tR:; ) ': V1 < & COMMISSION MERCHANTS I i Window Glass, &c.rill keep crwtntly oi States are a very d'fU'rfit! race Old men Do- s.ble. Some of them Were n firm or indisposed, n'an and: woman eir rloyd I were more rr hs involved -
and 1 st., follow of New England, or e 'I':) t thiue of" the and %ere accommodaled! with bids or cuiclus; in this establishment. The e..t cf
i. : N iv LVCP hand good assortment, of the above as ;: of the govern
a NM irIc4)Ii.l.rL'l'| populaV
I! NEW OHL3Bertram 13. ui>20 lyN '> Kninion. part and one meii.bcT was SU indisposed us to be attended that day aw the imminent peril, and so did the -
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, No?. 1 and ; I of the Uiio.i: consitof:: the wiifs and strays number
by his wife. The whole present directors of tl ebank of Er. hlld": The laU< r net -
'41iI9IIL'4: White and Red Lead, dry ; Venetian Red j I 'b<) have been cit: overioard or fallen mt ofrltopiaa f was 104. The election Was decided by the votes and passed a resolution to give assistance to Mr.

COM Ml\ S S I ION ME1CIIANT\ Yellow and Oxford Ocree ; Ivory Black | SOi'letVill a constitution framed of Vermont and Nirlan(!. Lewis R. Morris is I Brown to the extent of JC'2,0 Chrome Green and Saxon do; ftil'\ nation of philosonhrr-s! prove adequate to thegoInent his ,
said colleague loan
rI (' mmon street. to have withdraw, leaving um to which he was authorized to draw-a
J.'UEW OaLEANS. novI lJ. Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black; of.cuch a untie\ of\.1d? the famous Matthew Lyon; who was convicted ot r.f l money, to an dividual: unparalleled) in the "

---4-- Green and Blue Verditter; seditii.n lor Vermont. Four Representatives aUOO. Of this )r
------ to vote history: ( of the vorld-was 1,9.
"vl. Woodland & Co. Chrome Yellow and Orange do; Rz\;iein Cruelty.A late European paper, m Marvlar.d: are said to have given hlank! loan, l.e tf.ok advantage to the extent of between 1 i

COMMISSItN MERCHANTS, FINE COLORS Ultamarine and Cobalt ; the C nrae Gazette, contain an account of the votes, and the other four members from that eight and nine hu-dred thousand pounds, wl ih _

N-J. l Commerce street, Lillow Lake and Crimson do; punish nt Inflicted on five Russiani deserters, State, to have voted fcr Jd\'ISOIl. IV 1 e has since:: repaid, besulw! clearing offal! other _
New Orleans, La. novl ly Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red ; who we\apprehended when close to, if not upon These seven dJuf balloting were days ot embrra:sir ents. What Mr. Brown's personal fortune i.J "

Chinese Vertnillion ; English do; the Pru\an territory. They received .25JO: I great excitement. 'Mr. Adams was there asi'res- may be now, it i is not necess.-.rv no enquire

Commission Rusi 'ess. V'\vb"o !J" .Brown. : Turkery Umbre; strokes of\p 1%* Unnnt.-.'Ml *;V K** verv* J seldom: the victim idtrit,"ulltemiJlatillg i the vppn-ach 0: his political I 't i HnpI-probahly! I Ies ff.anthesum which i

New Wk, March lith, IS 14. TerndeSdnna; ; ; Purple Brown ; York do; survives tt\thousandth; blow. Notwithstanding I anniiiilidiion. Mr. Jciers! was thlrC" dailY pressdmg he( was authorized to hrrrow from the Bank of "f
death &he
the executioner
((3-: WITH a knowledge of business derived Crocus Martis; Mineral Green ; five in question, i in the Semite; in all I the i m,; iietuile tll! :mc.\\ England in IS37; pn.b:1bIy more. '::1
&C. proceeded toVfljct last lash prescribedby
&c. the
and Paris Green, very New York lor Albany.He .
from in EmeraM Ces-s or defeat. Burr wits in
an experience of tie than twenty years j boiled the senteL Chinese ----
Do. ; with worse than refifiemont Ft
OILS & HIlCSHES-Lhseed ; higher! than other: candidate, was U
and being
good any:
and other bus'ness pursuits, in and families of The St. Lcuis New Era _
Oil baWitv the ment.
services, Spirit Turpentine, ; Sperm i parents course chc e-i: Vice j'r s1dellt. Awful Pun i?i -
'acihtiesj their
t.s COMMISSION the undersigned MERCHANTS nder for the purchase 1'aint JJrmhcs from No. 1 to (,UOOOlO; the condemnedWe forced to witness the punishment In IS )-i, Thmn-is: Jticr tll was re-elected President of Uth inst. says" If the Criminal: Court, sen- _

and For Varnish do. of all sizes; from begiiW to end. having; rectived tile entire d ('IOI'al'utt' fall tcvce was pronounced upon Dr. Prather and Dr.
and sale of all kinds o! Produce, :
: Sash Tools from No. 1 to 87 Badger Hair J the States except Co-itu-clicut, DdJ\.are; a.d Halt fi.rpenmttinsrthemiisar.ee at the dissectin -
in and Doraestie Goods. \ flit afiid roundtBrussels ; TRINITY enURC N. YORK..This will undoubtedly wnich: threw their room of the St. Luis; University during last _
established Artist. Salc! Fi1clier;, Marvlind ; tii- I t\vo fiM (1 :
Their business will be conducted be thrt most building in the
upon Hgnifjcent
do Blinders of all l sizes; the full Vole lor Chat le- C. P1lckItt'alh': the ia l ; United States.
principle and with a \'ieto prompt returns Camel Hair Pencils, U and 1 in len; Thieve York Express gives Jdj a.d 2' l-.r I. inckney.George Jive cent?. and imprisonment: for five minutes.-
ior all sales effected and answers to all Sable! ii following descripttokf the spire, which i is now ; I vilcs ltr; s..1 : tbeij Vi -
orders Stock and Kalsorrine Brushes; building- \ Clinton was elected[ Vice i rouleiit.In : We underhand that they have served out

Kills with of which they drawn may be ra \red. of Marking Bnuhes, roiind and flat ; "This magnificent Vrk Of art; which is wen '1SU! : James laliSt'fl.5 ,1 lecled l'r. idl'r.t ; respective terms and have been discharged. ;

Cotton Exchange ariitt shipments Scrubing and Shoe brushes; and admired bv all; is fw completed for upwards he received the entire,t- \\nuutit, IVnt.svlvanu IV
or other( Produce, will bcdulyhonored on Stained and Patent do; of two hundred feet froi\he ground. The whole h Carolina, G.rgij Toine Si-e, Keii- in Down East Printing office.- ______
receipt of Invoice and Bill special Skeakcrs Maho anvj : with Sou! > Scene a V_________
Lading, or by work is carried Sj fa worked as
and do up stone, and Ohio ad l 13: ot the J9 vdE'S of lt'wy "Jim what doins thereon the floor ?
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of Whitewash Mop ; to from an arch perfectly! Vrfd together, and laid tuck>, ;: are yOU
responsibility of drawer Du'tin;, Fancy and Shaving brushes; in ceirient. The wofkiinvho now appear urk, Oof the 11 of \Iar\Land, and 11 of the 14 "Why sir I've had a sbt k.

FOWLS, DE COIN & CO., Clothes and Hair do ; Grate and Horse do; diminutive in size at the! tk nave yet to Carry up of North Carolina-in all 1'JJ Uf the balance "A shock'V V

tnar30" 6m 7S Pearl street. Fancy Feater Dusters; the pinnacle seventy-five1 ts and on the top of Charles C. Pinc-kney received 47, end George "Yes, sir."
VAttNISHES:-Copal, white; Cdach do; this there is to bE' plated \ross fifteen feet in Clinton was at the same time chosen Vice Presi ."What: l kind of a sbockF'V
P RI IE PORK.=12 bbK Prime Pork, just received Cabinet Polishing and [Furniture do; height. It is already a f romtiit landmark to the dent. "Why sir, one of our sub' ribeI'3 came in during

and for sale byDODGE Mastic, for Pictures, &c. mariner approaching the city l\m the ocean and In 1513, Madison was reelectedHe rcceiredthe your absence, and offered to pay year's ub- _

& GARDNER* WINDOW GLASS-2,3ifl: box assorted sizes clV when "completed will te 6een,om a great dis full vote of Vermont, Pennsvlvani, Virginia, sciption[) which produced such an effect on methat _

aUl9- 40 Water ..4, __ French, Endish and American. : tance. ________.. North and Smith Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, I have been perfectly helpless ever since.'ti I _
; : Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats, VERY LIKELY.-The. RichmoA Star declares Tennessee Ohio and Lonisia": *, ald 6 of the-11 wonder Jim ; but cheer up, if you survive
Rico SUGAR-to bis OCJ-
PORTO superior quality Shipping and Plantation] use; together with a Death's door" to be the mo'iK0f a whiskey votes of Maryland-in all 123. The balance of I this you art safe, is there is a little prospect of.
Sugar DODGE, for sale&by GARDNER variety of a t. H' tl Painting line, too numeri bottle. Many a poor fellow nnd his way out 1 t the votes, S9, were given tor 12e Witt Clinton of another such a catastrophe in this office." _
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COi1\1EllU1.11121llV11i'iSEI.\ Il xx-as the sixteenth anniversary of the folloxxing remarkable article, relative to Fiom the N. V. True u// From the N V.Orleans Tropic.

day of! Miss Swan Wells, and in the evening ships of the line which were to sail i\tvt..t rtoy.-tb'lleu xve see a minor wesPl LATER FROM[ MEiCO-IIUKKICANE{
leaving o-K p.Tt xvith all earl _et. xxij/ittlc/ think of METllOUAS.AT
: APALACHICCLA, MOKDAY, OCT. 7, 1314. the] wit and beauty of the city were assembled } on the Mh of August, m cuheance; the forniihiie,, Teatrtciion-, and leIl l lj repon ibr By the arrival ye.-tenly morning of the

\ -- celebrate it and witness her debut. No ; received by tt.'leraih, appears in n (1 j hues ,tint luxe ,itt ;udeJ her jiro< ,.-, from the Fortuna, from Vera CriA'we are, by the c}

J t_ { t,xy- 7"ir lost ,1/js/crs o/ tie scot-retl counties had been spared for their entertiinmenf-all } paper: hMf; tt1.1! ; her !ked xva? laid to thjvery;' moment m-w of the Captain, inrosession oOate pap'[to
i'f.li"' 'Y :H'ire. ; xx'e thl tilt city if J I
t w +i throughout the Territory, wilt oblige its by fcri markets, fir and near, had been ransacked is pos=iblp thit by this tine a secon 1 divt- Tii-.e is no jurt of our nitiom, policy more has bvu: viritfd by -Went hurncune etantnju;
lh; French fleet ,is Jjivin; as honorable mgr:; I\ tliiu lint reUfe an.l! heap of rums. \ and t!i
warming, as soon possible after t'ic Election, deli fades. The cjioicpt) t wines, fruits, and 1 an : xv.iich! > Ncomm-rc? noxv a
ot firmnejfs a- thai artier the J'nnc!' d.: It trig lUn. Am-iifan! siij: >.>:nVffc* luriiiMUrlv It a.).+e tr> th( it on the ntht of the -lh
the returns of 11 sir counties ; and ly so do'::,<,r of very description, graced a table, ; The joftrnaUoine nine since ulitn by .u-te of t''', !,- :- .-. }fcoxvpver much about 10 o'clock a 5io1-'n rlrricane coiimeni Aogn> Vxx

r they will con fir a favor which will l>e duly re. 5uth floxvers of every hue. Miss Susan ; Turkiah ile't had left the Uard.i.iellr-s! on a t'l t: ': rpl'Itnn-uf ;lut i, ; .. ,.; 4. aria .ui'-reil on the Inch couti' i'if-1 mitic'lOicioc'-ithe S n +,

cijirocattd, for as- receive the hut rice that tune; they have: been lint vbftnet: : ,;: j- ;i'u(1; t.fi.-.J :t.t > lt't.[ :j. .1 ij.jjuhr tint | :r11 t.i-it ''.Iru'ilrt;,! ( ili! xvta"t jxvn, xv Ui mofilnh threniioii
soon as we same, beautiful gill, and upon[ this occasion appeared} t This Heft compos-ed, of seven Flil l ot me that alliiiii"-( >. i'\'l->rli--t-, i iMi '}ai.-.i id Wm ut f a nc-xv (:h :rrh alga twodwt-fting< ex.

ire trill aend to each a ropy of our payer containing commonly so. The youn:: gallants flocked four frigates, it appears they had midc Inv? ,i .- ",;,-J iHvtrtily in thne ,''Uxvo whfh h.iebf.vt cuted by Don Pedro Joy de 1 It c.tza, bon 3 ?,
the ;' ." and Fu1 Tu.iiu 1'crea there not
comphtv returns.rcss her ins black -.i Amt-rifm n-ut) is i buiLlng which! ,
to her and laugh <
congratulate PaHri summoned all the pilots on board ?lnis.Ve :are not mach damaged lies of not
; avv' irr '!tt it aiyattiMiipt Ira-exer or a ea, nuns s
.? : Com'l Adv'r Office, sent rnn>' of them axvay with an aching and tj'iired m what time he could been nude |.> plac? rile ships of jtn'r: roinitncs: : en eisons were killed, and ;me dreadluilv
wog,, ,
} :lbalur.ricui.l! ;lima. The buzz of conversation, broken how and Oet bcl'r.fe Tun if, ;and on what points ot a footing \xv.i!; our. '"vii no inner burr ch"pv! (led. moron the bnildiiHiiijured( : we tr tiIlospi' ,

it xvoul.-J be possible to elFect' a l.mdmgof built or economically; rriviga'fd.Ve imagine ;if : ;. o tain's: nearl_ 1tiUlck l+ersoa,, '
{33Ve publish t1 by a heatty la'uh, i issued from every corner of Aiort tune after this consultation the the attempt legs made, ir >vonifj! ieet xvith generaloppesitio.j xver,- ; "' lo the barpclts; of the rap'er.aau,_
-day in our commercial
col- room, and ex-eiy u1P appeared; to be in the I -r the cu lsrutwril, bearing array to the { ;.mil +nndi-f: barrackfern" -, ty prisorit'r !, )
l I urns, the staterne'it. referred lo in Mr. Wright's +' !. T ie porte'ha* for a lout: lime enter- The art or' I J7iU ana I H! ;are those xvhiuh l ni Ch dam i,;e. :ThM s xvere errietl lti
spirits wNt1 .'t .tit< +'t> of the xvhole a; r |
) + v
circular, which we published last week a fir- to icesthe L>ey of Tunis, and I chiefly discritnm tte !i. -i < --n fin+:rlc (t1 and lreign tried, and not one o them escaped. Such
of the tod t.b. v { "I: lall i : ,-' .! : >r i'i .f iii'leeiiient l+ : sovreiunity I yt eN.! 'I'itt fle.-trnrtion
v.a at 11 if nppeiranci a | a :; nh m/tlic/ I I'mf'd! SGit'.-, xv.1.- the+ that tlje population> were.....
f Cotton Crop of fh? (.T>iileJ States from 1st a, ,.. ;. t.Jji;t, .rt i!' H't'intinopole. Franc' xv hm entering from r'i ', ir hunt of
Sep ire-illeuran, dressr.l t in a coat Ut! t b )itlfi-t th ;r a t'- 1 port, are ch.jr.rilxvith !l ; It.ltt = amou ne ruins their former
w tember, 1SI3, to 31st Anna L 1ti4.{ .'id *. .',: j. .;iced; her intention a dniv ot HX cents per tfn. and if the olticers ni.i.--- ; trice are represents: a;. being plunged
wit huze bras:* buttons, who came stii.lin r i,: d'rt :he U .; ,. .,' I and int
t an no pr. t y.r. tWO- Ihirds of the creu'iire not Arn"ric.mIK, t lowe.-t depths of misery, /rid it is urged that
OUR POSITION. the middle of! tie!, mom, hat in hand--the. +'t i' j !. : I oil tile : i' or to sp"ik l : more correct I Aim-iifMii citizen.-, if s'ireor did not speedily arriv, many would die
Iliiherto it Putl: : hts nevi: t'ie duly (ito; c'nt.s per ,ton if exacted. of hui qer.As. .
'I Our exchange paper.* come to m fille-J with mous bridge] of IIN noe suppoitin} ;; fiimly an : thn-uis, lu! execution, bar init ., On I xengH.3! mivu;
f nothi i but account (,f ,r Ttru>iei: <:e GathrimrV cummonly barge pair of spectacles. It wa< rtdt rl on' thinking to take'' -iv rents ; lint. if the crrt'are not ttlrte-ii.atii} : event h-JMxe' order-th treli/ Iionldbedisinbntedvxiihoui
: ( ?, utp with ilbroc-o. If this h.: ; :em, n i5)) c-enf? tin delay to all the ifortunate
y to
'r vious all that he ,
Mass l to was entirely ,,ut of his enable
Meeting, Clam Bakes," I okRi..*- Turkey! rlje -.vill a,aia bare -* ]1- built xvirhianc I'nitrd fiat ?, belolly fiirm to retrieve their Jos ;rC'cnfral /.
inV &c. &c. of inent, but he rellaiticd.firm, and looked about h:i-t. The French J ( ;iovcrni*' in
; < both }political I parlies, which or jnirt) U the >'ib ct.of t fpmjrn Ampudia, has ben appointed Comrnaa
:, 4 are now going on all the Ktr discover: an: qcquuttancc( + :, : but he saw no one I -;:rlh of thndepaiture+ of the 'j .1 duly of thjrfy CMI? a ion is levied, and ller-in-Chief of the army' /dinrt Te.ias.Col. .
r over Unio-i. from < eots-t ofh}!ua. sent orders for tl. t, aer vetv-fls fifty nuts a ton. Tt e oh! ecti \V. F. Wii.on. 'apt.V R>':.m, MessrsViUon
to West_fro-n North to :runt!. The frith is.i he knew, and penvivin? an arm-chair i noar Ine{ to sarifii'in: Toulon, 'injer tilt' : ,uro.vi.| L.-nu xv ;ls, Joiilfle,-. to io'ince fort-in- \ Armtrou; aiif'Tiiteni, Texan pris.onerg"

i 4 ,A both pirlie* area ]little frightened, and they window ho oiirlly seated him>elf, 'laid d >w r f 1 ot AvimiitiiPur-cx! i -r-5 to b-ui'l their ships 1:1 !lii.< ro'mtry, .md lion to have been liberated fen" confinement in the Cattle
4 are and :meal" lh" ain :,,' .i ) cuooura our own wnpwri,:''ii ari'J la rerOn of I'errte, bv order (/the iMf xirau Government
Ftrivin. by all me their hat, cro ;sod I.is 1 lo s, and remarked! t'+ a ; Tile inVtnictu Shannon
ins in poxvt-r. to keep up +n.fiveM to rue Admiral I foreum xesiels e.amiig from Iurrs there The lion. Wilson the American
their courage until niter the elt.etinn. The contest nan n ?.-r, that! it was n dexili( ii uncoititt confoiniity! trill Vie: con ant policy of Anifricm* aiv not nriiatrily alloxved to trade, Mmi.-ter, ha< been xv a ylaid by robbers on his > !

xvill in bl.rre, which remarkXH nut noticed. A he xvill ovpos-e tliejaiidin, :; of any Tuk- there\ in a duly laid by (.uujjre.-i! of two d )llars a to tin, > city oi Mex.c/. and robbed of a cousidera'
our opi >? a very close ami i ,% an I a:iv ai'fm' ,,t of th; L' pt tin Pacha: >:im of money. ,' .

nrply! contested] o>ie. U'e shall! t remain corona ntra1L:1'r! a \ nun ; n.a.i. iv.j'ie-ted Mr.: : l tree: i3'v of 1 Tuni-4. In the event of luc ton.To b' entitled! Jo th? prof-ciion of our larva, A? to p.epa11,1,0"15!
until the result is sutfii ii nfly known, then willcome :n t totbr !vr'.,e-; ;ii t ie e'laii I uV+'t makiuq! its ap tearance there, ta.- ourcjiji-m -her- i--T-d After the irhn'i :nrem'ri fisr. the inra sun '1 Te.\a. xvc can learn very hull
we Admiral 1 is ordered+l to ni ike known his m- ; of a niiip by tii.ryirwyor: ther -ireftillv I of a jdefimif n/.rP-+! The active operations
k to the whiz t the t *t \ ., .C- ?aot>y Jo + to r tie!, P.icii and are
j up rescue i roar pH.. M- Caption .to onler] him t to made m tinhoo'ks of the C hctor 4fj'rI'ort, xu :grin; on m ep tstln? equipping! trorw thereon >,

crow, or hip, hip, hi;', hu7'.s us (the -. 5- .: r.'; r :'+u actluaini i : (nt ,t.f 't l } mi: fjom the co tag t a id if be refuses, lo bring entry of ir-r n mif, oxvwr, poj xvhere rn- btu 1+)n d'-nbt. }trt our |Mronal mformar, ts and cot
.tell':., iniineiiijteiTin., :} .-, probably 'bi'ttlt't1: ( vv vvaic.ih'' built uiiJ r s-f'crn to qu+ternon xyhfiher
may tl' in { ( ; xv.is Ill correspond/1- the
be loud .'-I: il litvittd hit ( i i 'wi'ioa .
a if ; !
not louder than : -
any off hem. W !It !in b -i tals" : but -hould bs of Texas be the in
-e aianu ; it so, name ti! n.yc 'ofh-r (."ii ;rncion.Acfrtifi.i'e : rtngot'rt if object xiexv. There
will then, but not fill Ihiri: boldly hot our ban 'ai. ;'I.xvu prero'irrrt ': : vv i;.rl| illlers! hav: bet-n at the pn. oft.urc''nl or r-,ir-r.y: is''. mde-l!l wunid'j'111, lo be but one otner, and that is plainly

I ner, which xx-e have \\\n\,\ glade d. '--wire i :.tM-d'Kvd: .. i \xiti, each he 5 c: r si o'!' u'ir by hn p.)licy : and! honld ill c hart; to tu owner or'raptain, who !i- r'-j lytr "1 !c.giv rtrltr itc/< in :(,ale ol our letter.-to make Santa
exprc'sly' for n t i' ;c.i :ai: itnpt to >.arry into eflect the long .* adeqnjeciirity i th.it (r.is crrfiurae -h i 1 An j i /ictator. 1'ut this is a subject on which WPhliali
It is this-" to t'ic t"rfire 11rt0'Iy thr ""alls! +- th.-.1! to .:II his sins;. Rurally: supper was i .'. '. ] :r'ie t ol ihe P ;r'-'v. itii r -.'.trd toTi'ms, not k b" !n 1 'il fcr: lift otii-r ve.-;,-I. Jt'ithould Inn : ; ("* he Ions }left in the dark..xihe .

I t : ou-i-, 't-1 he: j/octr.r) helped himself ir-'i tilt A'lmmiPirvil xx-ill l d-> honor j 1,1 uiif of the veM''i hrif i iforfeit.. p.ip.-r-x\e. receive turn Vera Cruz are

intil (the e.itablcs he t }Frc.i r h n,un u.jh h' iii> ouy! tour One of rife .no.-t frequent fra-id; I perpetnited atSMj.isfJMt r/ied! in monruin? for the xvife of Santa Anna.rr" .
and his
R'rare 'r *iv r'j >;"i' i > s. new the line ag.uuti :fex.vn: and fur; i'ri-atet.; '"' of lake i-eniiitates It m .. c+mtiton; ai;);,f>ars to !have been held m the highest
ttJ cau? oftemper .;pjii-iiances heed]] him to the wine. As trick; +:fin slavers, when overhauled on their vj=its rsonai t-Jtoem[ independent of her elevated

1 .use is still} fj.udly and steadily gaituiwgrortd pirty: returned fror. the dining room, Mr. Iron .*.[oitiii.i; >n. Hi foli: vj.u i is to tne Co.ist; of Africa, to pro+lace ficution.s pa ..rank.ien..
'V in our : ;pers.Jvefor. ( r.-.nalizo set out from the capitol! for
The San
society now xvhova >m a report of Pro few > Siiii! '
I > leaning the Doctor's turned r n \ Lmhde
arm: Potosoon the 19ih of
numbers ; ff; =!hip can proceed to ? a on a re ul/ Avgii-tac-rfirnpaniej
imoo: ;; it-j members stuae *>t our most t at N-nv Haven: lie re.r.'ntlv: i.lifical t ty all ins -tal( to take comm.irMi ( his
r deniy v cto a for:--ica port, thJ M, i.-ter t; ('bh;;edfixer .4- ; i> division of
worthy and influe'Uial] hen, as its advocate? aiu! Miss Hicks allow tour in Mi-sour i, at t.ieimla.. .-. d-- to th' Collector' a tiiaritecf air liie Crh(> ,the army destined t" or.tte against Texas.
7e: lulls Jpportcrs., U'c lad tns to introduce you i I lo al I, .ts! I !its value, subscribed! and :wl.t! i t:>
arc ; to see it, for ii Do! 'Jor (Job.? D.'ftor of a Ij-: >(ton: (in r )a:,+' : Tiiis Tin Pfret"Prs nrrc.--We.lllnded in
do done
you dance ? bf-mg lie is entitled to a clr.irnet": ;r our last
1 cannot for a moment hi of t'l / inu; mo-nt' liar sitnalr.j. centric tt" i.ui the yersel hai- com,,.ied wit.itlv t<> t-! teeii: .:; ti.i:.ii-ted; by tic i en t.- |irht nets

\ in the il5c of ardent fjitrifs, is a cixins step my vli-t.jut from e ici uip.'r. a-i I farts or lift V id+v. lr" tontine lists '5vhrn at!>.)ear m rile J Ms ft\xit(!:; :-, ,.. jr tlr!: !ir c-n ai.i-s tthu, ante
? "Then 1 you must leirn. Mis Hicks, do be w.-ot of t'l.-' .-iisit Oie of itixx-.iv -. c1",<: .-. '
j lvll-a minify! monger ; tn., them xva's coiimi-i'-e: xvitii la -' c \ ?-\. Vr -f-s:,r f' e s-ibjtrr. ,
ii lt. -xvhich: :tot l oni/de-jn.xs! friend's teacher in t.e! nexl dance.'' i !,1. I iiif oi.i! f.: 5'Irn'I'illl; nnre man! 2i'j ,11) ) t tried "at In : Custom Ho--- Vd ""'J --uxv' i, >* -' .'iir ;t. Ito tl.- t i ," n
tl the in'Jirfd.iii it.-elf: but :caller; ruin: and: } puvcrty I i t : .. .*. > J i i i l-vrl of rift mrrojudi. IK-xv- collector to .jo.irJ l'1'P''l goiii oat )M -
t !t.
She i ths ;t" : nry 'r3 ar. rrwv 0 '
was mil i-rut and} cur .n'
wherever it ( readily! cons.jnteJ 1 : i';; i J 1 \\li; i ivnci! ih.'y.tbound! ] xv II d is r.: JiiiiiJ! 1 i'i.i Ih.v v t-(1 "*> :i" 1'E' d TIv t r.t
g"es, (.i jli itrO Itd.; Il i is evil 1 > u ;, '? t it on ti iu vcni'i '
v ih
an ,
she took Imn ...-neli.shly;! bytl.eirmand JM);, : ; n is:i i.r ( 2i parts iron, and 1 1 i ,:rt,; irt"i-i; t-M! .t: 'i ,.4iJf"b-i+ ':n r.;; t it.; i i u. jrcimt ,, c.t f) n
however, winch tnu>t b. carefully! and --t. -r./-ff '"JAw.r.il.i ( '.I t '.VXT .l'> 1 f f ;
gradually his i :- .ifi'tituq.-ig) :a trey rich ore of from p ,
t upon malt ; ;attempt., At; 11 t .e xvas t1 w-eis t -
eradicated, by gentle and mild means-by the ; i .j .roAoi 1 euli of there mountain-, arri tn i -. :i /? -" A 0O
sloxv but irredisJable the floor] -thebi.i 1-triirku i, 11J'i' -i .' iii, }'tta ut'Mo fithtr of thin, you find bun,}.- jx\- ,> i.-- (.>nsir 'i t ; i f i / 4-j. i>- .
influence of public opinion, ance-a," was iven the D : I>-P:. nt mo- fonii of iio.i; -ejt! T.-I 11! JM-IC'i ,rr tie -.trtm,-t1t -irti.: i : :,; ,... .- "
; rit.r; 1 >
; (r 'tl i > n
t which seldom, if ever, tale in the accomplishment over ston--s of "ev ivi laii 1 A-J nem+ ,i t'u i t.ii.ii i ? t'i.! li -Ilir.' -. ... ; ,- 'J' ,' :t.nxiu th'1- ,' :f ) a ,

of iti* end;. U'e s.iy to all who have spectacles at his partner.4wlr, WH zti-liT-T! ', I in iss in Icts-je/ ir.inib''r.s tu I f.r iler/! ';. nXVIiel, tll.l U'lt I > i % / r- j f 4'to ':'.+;ro'xs, ik-f/ortfi fir, -. ., r, r.
embarked in a most fjjcinntir.r on '\t> \.\ ? nio-i I it tli)-, Jill!! '> i t liieir A -
in man ;er, a'id: vro.ten tNI'(1'ttln7trrr( +ll ,' ; t--*,4 t .Vi h.--r ,"* .
this !teat cans? of humanih tu o on"' ;t \\nf* wt1,1! i, -; i va-i >.' 1,11:1. !L1> t.K' s I c k s
,. "
felt the necessity of 1JuttinJtinst'li' in active it('.. r.sirt ir > -.t" i f
let be { ; ; : -if r i a' irt-i r 1 -i '
hope your hecon li.ht, and keep on slot! 1- \ i -, w K>- stir -i.tti-1 2
rration. The f-intes oJ the wine !hezan to h t'" n.'VT !>:t i v ",ort J. iVco !n-" h -.v
fastly to the end. I 1'r not impatient, but take a his head jr<, .lo.vnw f tK'eJ not t xnow, nor wli t ,'t rl lirlaria.' : ,.' 1)i' tr'it little! incitknife; t .. v .
lesson from God's beautiful provi-lf.K 1 ,} ,*, winch with: it his :int rose to in \ ; ,?: of die s'llMicof! : Hicse ino.iut+- li molar' thNi'owl: t! : 'fIp' !}xti.. ; Ir,- rnily, sSvetiii' f '

suffers oridinary l.ci l h'-ha whirled around( -e. (t but wr perceivj t' 1 > q-; i.itiry ther/ be i.u- to Jt- irk! .'.' i mi-. | > ;* )n-| "tjj;. jtf v>,Sc-iS HT j fnuclt the i. tn xvirn
nothing to tart (
at once into exisiuiee perfect ]h jer 1 by the waist t and raised her from the flocr almost, l i heti M t c ti : i Ji,4tI.rA n inri, lo ,r l 't'r"C'T'l i fu '
and complete; but who wisely provides and ; la' wiiole Ira iu-i -- even u.i.k-r iuuiH'U'jiV"1 ? il'r .\ 'rhi9 f-M..XV i'V
she .' t'i .rV' 1+) t; vtlrl ttl(11! +! ) ; jicf VVrfi i ,
scr arnt-fl and(; he set her down.} *' ,.
1 v:+: : ; o .r n), with. the ;tn: :t ti "
, ordains, that it shall pass through a gradual, a rid it'e ,, ; ,i loi, : +iei'Ut'e M' IV> for uVeryt = ,; { t it, ; i
all' lo rt!' ''If !Il MSI> : :dj ues{ ,
-&he callid t for his hand J : o I1| r t" '
I' in some instances, imperceptible probation, ere it which hit her ..r f.iic'dyo i I /beaii'if; i.t! xv )orj4 t[ ; r i tn't v'v, ', i t.l.- i--;{ '1i! nnn't'r.: : ft'file nniif t r ;.L,-' -,->v-* > j- ,

arrives at its full and sufficient i lory. the face-he kicked old Mrs.( Sunkin: : ; ** slims ;i. conit; lo ihe innifn
run -A.;jnst; Miss ;{'in=, tt Iiu: uiih oT ;kins her es whep ?hoof t up among thin iron The master on[ arriving i ii+ part is bound to t(rnish -

ri Di ,ressirig.-.1 eitllem u nancd McRav, u!lio }partner, tumbled on the lino-cau. Ita altiiou-rii you can rlrnteraearee: ;a trace m a very milutelnl! ;:t ( nr,('fist r,1 !r, i xvi r, /,.. ,- .
1 came out pa J3n.er in t'ie' brig Ann nj'-i, his fort in the (\.; -ct, xvhich tore open iTi-r-J. :and to ijive bt.nrl-j. at ic.tst t is: tn rr- < I n.! h. .. i ,-.

/ New York, left hip wife at I he 5>outnrn! Ct fr'y ard, alma tiroucht up head foremost undtr Pnaac.-2Vt', notice tie! ,.,rat inciea>e Srate>, thai they shall not 6eeorne a lmrttiu' t to .1 .t i ij ,

House Saturday evening last and I sofa-from whence he arose n xvithabloodv nose rorls an I fiieiriipcriority over ordinary t the <:.iiiiiflmt.'; "u-e. I ,-r > ,, .

transact some business when, he! prveeded to | rushej out of the door, and* has not been ilea '',, and xve-fhnk in tint: they trill be h! H".l
returned she froia to au-sxver: th purposo of i r u'roN!( ul iron, of color! tv.tr.1 t-s-'j!t ti.t' t'.uu-'l Wf
could not bfound.. Search was instantly made, since.* SQVIIJ. ;t ? / : wits i xvh 4r-ls xvithMHl! : fli't s run:! ; tf li uCl''J !> MC I ni'i ir Vf-seU} I uv;!,. r aof 1'9t TiIT' *!Wfs | '
but it ba- thus! T v 10 i > for ejt-h 'i ille, +tftv etiodtvrl.
i ( far proved; frnillfss. It is -.v 1.a i theii The Nation-it Intolli cncor per .
that she labored under For the Commni\l Advertiser. Tae't plnik road are more nc..';.,.Lrt at Written cr, !printed azr/Vihents: : aren-pitreci ai ; !
some mental derangement
THE FALSE Uhl:. ,' xvlu-// {late i'/.iUs are covered, with I ex !ide.i "! tSVe rot:; "ts h.fvt'fi l-k.-tstcr: ( :.5 -

nd Ju* w.t+tered:! into the woods or I love him Mill, ti.i n-'h fa.sn! he be, ;, i dnrirJ,1 i considera-jie +part o: the y, ir. S.-.ial.. : '! h1, l:. ;ft tiet't'. 1,111', Ill tilt' L

t drowned herself. A party of gentlemen left this Deceived by oiv I tlunlt sincere, have beeti 'trrtttluccl: xviib; .;ivit advantage' t + C )l ,);) 1 .

4 i tnnrnilg: O"T horsabie't' to look for her, but have A pat.g'tt, Ih cae, b u 1'il'not see ( sjis aiy one fmi--l fins expc-nc-jii-L-ti! Sill; firtiK'r t|<.,yt' h'v i ,t-r-x-;' It i.-ni i > ..s lc. .1 > i :. | x .ui i -
not tilt' ; traveled the rd trata.rilv b.- ...I'HO.; .! raat ai irt of Co''rj-s vt.M by trllria'ity. Ih.
yet returned. That j'ntut a".min 1 once held dear. ye.r which runs j '' xs- .vUm risen,
i f t tr the ij'eaf Rapids; of the St. Lv.xreace xx-t uld '> ';:mecf
The com uerce of I>o'tin i is rapidly in
1 in;. A lin* of i.iverrol; jnc'<.rtt3 has rcetitly How oft bare I listened( for his treaJ; i', I'urre for Inrdon'n xvu-jJ for iMad-,, The high rr hint intellect of man, c Vcm>- I co-hn to prc-vt-pt t:c r ir ai-js ( ft-j! > !1 t. d comrades ly l
b-en form. JnaJ t.ier geeing to I beaunueJ movement An j thought I ht'ard in every breeze, '1' t ofx-nich we ;)>1')! IIf'I"r! iI :noM'i-: sfa! KPA\\ 1 I'l/noble, inditevrni>nN o! self preeivX'all'Jl fu+rw l>e."n.j: diuxtn out like bests > ?nt i
The! limb after hax in, heed. ) .1 itl I f'l'[ .Ti* of i.hisV !.' r ,UtJ ,t O'l: .. v.uiev for {
,nile ih Thut 5we11iou/ voice ? fiu.xl( for t.'ie t tl>, : .1 j.if-v xxoivesThe4, though but
by u tho
< : capitalists; and merjii.itits, of} =e joj shave fl k
nl! I 'i. ../'ir'' .
shr xvithout
t the it 1 is to oorupy, i put into .l cast ir ,n. r; iin- > : : 'v, tu secure tie i ptr- city to carry 0:1 thf whole of MLJI r Tireuotnl. I'm left for one thai' not more fair, the :arts then exh.iiisted: 1,1'l IIKM-H .rl(" i i fid n i.ar't / /+';nrd'ty to flu: sir"; :untl! 9l1.irlr: : ; of prison life, are to my x'ssiotj, 1 piepres of neural

.. Since tn: ? c.Jiip'io3 >* i.le Mimnusrailro.iJs Who doubtif.! lord A ilution) of tC An enhj'jf* led ell-intercut.! xc ini,_ht : an.I
him far too well, .sulphate: IK+; i is tu-1 t !. t nppo-.e e, stmiimity, assert the purity of tfe source form
bu iueas lu i-icreaseJ to a wit;1Jt'tt+..I While I am giuvinij with despair, into the receiver, xvhich i-nrnc: atr-ly: ''il I jr/llv./ ni'lpiet{ u-, ii: Ha re muvnifsita':. xvu-nce! they s.,>rin ."--Picuyime.Parson .

extent. And feel! those the porc-s ct'llu1 xvood, aver tii.s! the! iso! S\ a (t'1' !1nUi' hniuan! ; it.itare! il has been
I dare '
plugs: not tell. takt-ri out and pluetd in! another v.u-uu-n, rl 1 k st = l+t ".!t' in.li;;> *nstblti! to coerce by tai : .'\'- Imnb'tThe C'ncir.t'r.e -

(XJ- The receipts of New Torn rn-I I Erie llail-} I little thought; he would (have slihte: -, .' muriate ol hs.'Hj. T'let.voo'! t tn- ,' ,,r "f 'l.:'1; t': ill'CUCIntt! -tsof prudence: a ulin nan Chronic'ermntl = '+ l'; t, II \\'in ;et.'ll fit J a levvd -

road during the month of Au; iit, Sit, were Or broke those rote> nit pledjed] to roc are dec-imposed 'b;; ihis! |.TU hr
from passengers and mail S7UlHW, from f'roui:: Ji.-! p'1 ly my hope> h-ixe blightedI'm with the s.ilphiruaid:; and forms a ;.i,,.) :);i: :: ,':
t df ti..t I the! .
.' -I If
of lime---in the of the 1 .4 1 r r e !,+ 'rt r 4 ( ru to }lf>ariis ppoition.f
( :
t' $9,14379. Hiring the same month inn 164:5: left wreck pon-s wont :a-ii: ,
1 12, a on life'roush the .
rit ,
sea. ( : r'
337 4-3. In unitir-j; xvith the murfatic acid, is held! ) /r( : i It '1.1 t11t i o il : :trur-Dif; the wnrl.ilf

VI !! wae $3,7 1 32. BLANCH.For ,Th.1! softest trend thus }prepared} he-? ct( lrl f. t'ti.ta! ; : ttl td: :( t' r ''t -i .:vm tht! r ? + { vi ? ill stand ;

J t i DEATH OF COL. UOKK.l ( -Michael Hoke, the hard l'e:! stone, arid i is prevented from de 1rf iiiy t t. ;es f i\v "ify ct-nN: a r <, .f,. (fit ot't'ie t taut the ->tm ar.d. m.oixvi: s .. o.,. ; tbee, nth

late Democratic) candidate t'v Comrn-rcial Advertiserortlt In our country vxith such vastforests such t .' .,t.ar; %V tout }lt nri.t':+t 1 t t srcur d, chafed; m v-ur.-a-e .r' .1 rnf'; .! t t fir ,

Carolina diet for ..Eo'itor-In our rambles about town, f Oin. be brought mlo r practical oucra- 1 :iltrIt P n.; (YJ nl !iu f ) t+';n n lie tS ;ICfi a::rd trill also C'.ntinue i i-i her prc?. tit a>:.c '' r -
at Charlotte! on the night cf the hthl d lations
'iiSs to other
other section, norm would lnurr a rl t., of ctttrc'ns tyi planets. ,
9th inst t of billou day, we wer/1 fcr-iSly. struck With the uritnpruveThenis every materially as :: 5fat
lever.A ; !:- (;) improve our present faclii 11tCntI1(' 1; 4t ;'t. ifmued, is itse ulcraus: t1far t.'l Therood are (to( be, saved, and r, ,M I'r .
ivhi h ii,r'e !>vfou completed dur est borne 1-v bo-t -, '
: -'K-tiri3
::lit: ; in nexv Slates. :rug dtnr.Thoiv cf the evntetid .n'.1r. .
t U-:: New York letter of the 10ii! says : S'lip the summerA We 'lotic-'l ev,'ral very hantlo / are sa';;e further reP, =jiiart'tr in relation is+ (::I ter tire nasumcof! its lull *'

t meats of specie have marly! ceas:J. T.; Ilivreehip d lrPllfn' ; Ire.uh .i(id p "-n,- '> -nvr :Wit +up t xvl h; ? Iny*>ifinti for failing Mips.-: ; i to thearrivilot: vc.ss( 'U ia 1'i f -> i.ar'j.-r' Hieiriv ,t>rs! ay % f.> '. -a nihilaf. a!, but to l\4\ on and be

I of yesterday took $1 1,<).)0), which is hardly ids bi'i' our city a ;d o'u v rt..t (-1 : r. {: i :'i-ii-j I 1 (Isr-s a fo.idon( paper( asL'h to the Col' lector, to t C'o'i-sMi-softlieir! ri's ,etxvnation t: ;: -i-i d. Tu! (Kstniti t[ okcn.M" to occur

above the ;taken; by iht I'ren.'ii Chip 5.- c'li tics credit. ; per) J .. t", ': -T-J;," the aavantage-> cft t -*, and their "?' '. > f\*.fi+ Qnnr.iutme. I ru li the aicencx of a hai! slrttn the stones toe

j Nothing has been iom for tha 1 Li I Ih i'i.esmrrner !b :/ are -' ai" .. .1 '. -The t Problem /*-.el! Our o!,ject twa?, how.-vrr: {t.> sboxv holy caref'i'.h: t =i'> ait n.'j jiou-'ds (to t.lei-f: } : ) irxve rht. TheefiM

p Sterling bills are fiat at tit9 110. : shi *a lon.c-r hu.itn* shade, or on taeir vvnnj) uto t h.' !!. :: -r..i. : ,! ,- ;pableahei'/r>;'lP the people of this coiintr.! h ive l.i-iked alter th -.r i.f such a descent nl !i-.nl.in addition to the

a Pdrif5 ?1 Stiat Hall"- iJI are im'diu! active ',,r'It4.; t+ uUa;!, -> -* -M-,) -. ot.v.. / n Sri I iNuflr nave they any reason to retr; : p iv.ical consefju-jnces of its uJI, xvill act cnerai-

$3* MEXICO lions for the enuin buiine-s ; Ul1( lt' i 1 ltlilii; their care. U'e need .not nixv lower our lu'1 c; lly upon the air, and caua separation of the
AND run TEXAS sc aun.V.. ho
Th- t
New she'tikei,, a sf..ri V York ifun, f-jtejkin of this subject &4y s: all their undertaking1 miy | rove successful. to perform( thPt. 'olritrnn. 'I'i. t' ,xv. UV believe xx-e ii.ivepiwn his statement in

Tile Agents of th( fexicau hVpubhc: doi 7 deservedly merit 1m'' ha .J11g O'/i".e. sl are rig a any much more than r J o'IIeI, stern faierm-j' -I cn! a way, but accurate-i/- At another
t-lathinj business m this in the ,n that li'-'eoti-n. fir.1 t discoveri'd that ihe ; roan I tart x t al the hetitnesedupC1
city, 'trcha.e of who, like bird; of pa* Whole a'-iih rs'ig Inn her daughter, !, that < d (4 I(1 l lad t'ie dec "**
supplies} regiments: hive been armed andthis daring the xx-inti and then :roiiiid, xviflv.uit fo-( p. >ea; where the wat/rs would suffer

equipped+ and the )best of it IP, they pay for +v11at fake their flight these{ sails wheie tiu pri'f/ :IM not kinw so vxell abou! ? giving her po-i tion, and the oxyot and hydrogen rush into.a .
parts uuknuwn. I :M'! lo a prinN-r-fl.ort.xxere Hidwumciation
in : ?
they get. ; tho ri'r. l lnder rev': a vt' alreaily two new compoundif.la general explosin. -
We aln i 'vttice srveraltc..in erat our ; ed, xvill IH-V;I- -n- t i '.; mug oifices in the United States, and she was of all oter sects were continual arts

"in ood jt sea, o-in fhh ', lot certain the country xvonll I uj; >orr Ibera. It sex ore. The tell. fl's were in his belief
( : Dr ,
iv ready
> LOTJ'E.tain --Cap. !
was jilain Frank'' .
z Kirwan of illi.jj for : .- for hi04: to, :/-l"-r, .luin ;, or young in w-'ild dt-pond: for the more tiiven tolxng than the political, as .baaconclusivelv
't ihj t-her. Thos. Jloop.-r, at ; bust.i.si. Tae Jeamer Atulu j ;; o.id it i/ins op/; : > 'that time-c' two support of his tajnily! rrt the profits of a third, IE n i, proven uv. some writer in the

port from anti; ,, reports that ., fire broke out Old Si.t.JiSittton" in t,ter, slio-.v.s htr ; I be: applied 'to tie: /-t -si'd fishmu' ttnd;! tins!: was rather a doubtful chance. If such East."

e-.4 in Uassalere, GauJalou} on the 2Glh A+I gIt, rhlti .1 ; ttu* s.jinmer; jl i, > the A.? i. Cy it. | !! particularly; thve that! (/'rt+!If ''heir size, are ,1 :ui (,:'din't! 'i xv.is !hrge acid had burnt, c } when Ihi-te \.a-: [lit txx'o ,li i .JZrjm'fifn tf Me Sisttis of Charily fiRitJtia.
i nearly all the town down, and agar and last, ttton n not Ieat of l bin.; rowedj t are obliged to jet >g oH!>ces in the
; I ie well-ktioxvn -
Unit. I !'i-nv \\Tc find the Cnlhn lug in the Westpnalian
Cul printer -
still their
burning on the'mnrning of the 27th at? the titter r(11 tMir, U. t k. : line !'ivJ: <;i- 1l. get a \vile noxv, lately
the l(0ii MW i. She: has ,xvhon t.-i-: 1 "t t reuius shots the number IMercnr' -'-'evcralsisterscharit} have
left. be
fctpamer Loss of to
property ear I 1 < ; >'*" It .e.taired, an'f I \\i +' ,o" c-e : ( Mi/tin (Jtl.inf) S
t SI,1FJi1UJiltimnrr( } Clipp'r. (,- : .., :-eMy trips nvi ', / o' JVcutrf Aimnmce that they frontier? of Prussia from their convent at Wilna.in .
; i' liJu.!' Pm; -r {mated an /mial< invosledcapit.il of lrrrrl Cotton Picking.-At Klmwod.( Jcfilr.sOM IJus,jj, which has been su pP resed. They are

Some of the New York papery that the Cot s. 5 he will try to !:e '.: iof nulliui m of Julia/and iiu Inveon hand !) c'ninfx,', tie; pi'mfai{ <:n t.f ,Ilul'v. Dnibur! ynnn- x/ornen of education and good famile3, anj(

ton crop of! Alabama will he srn: 'tiler thi+yean ban lrirnta--you] liM'i\\ he! ( :" ...; ,,(t; do any :: : .- ::,\- u//y five hindred thc-.u,,md I'X}., .Ilia hnnd piclred! last xxisk, us fill --vs : Nt will return' to their principal convent in France.

t usual Tnis is an error. TJiat the r pre+erll croti ei-j .*' Yours, tiuly, rvi'ii!r i : to rr'r,/rfly. Their earnings this dv|: :; !t3 !ih! <. : 3d (day, :net ; 3,1 day, id'; -ttl.! ciav, 't They fiver; put under the charge of ,.os: ack3ol

of South Alabirni will \" vd that o'"ijsiyt' .;r, H }; x'-.'.! ti, ,/any other year. It hill be :{Jl ; 5thdav.I l ? ; Oth day, 1 FT? rnaki.tt; an ag'gregaie whoso treatment they make severe complaints.

ftL admitted by thine w + ti ti r't- %J 1 t'c'* i : t n. oprr., UAN.VOCKS 5i Co. t) that t tlfj/va-: Jh!'( pioneer company in of 2,2J 2 !hr>>., and! an average of 'N2 i'-s. ,

Lii planting re; (t.i.; Thesi 1 1 l', -oil -rja tale .11 tr ten nh'ilit "' rI /fr/Vm ( ayst.'jA..; Yt FApres) fl) the utuhl-,, tier sir consecutive days, picked in a Held where 1 ;;!- A professor of religion, not over jematka that

+ yielded id.ninblv! alt'ioj,it tat'; .i-.r late ; have ; wrWc! sec in \LMiljU 1 thejtllarm( : corn-+ )nits ,rave the! cotton xvas first rate It twits well handled and U- for his piety, remarked in controversy, ur
disappointed Uhcunati! niM-rn'at, | one hundred pins have bc, .mil free from trash. his opponent had aimed a death bloxr at reuSi?
their in the Who ,
1Irr iridur The weather now Mi fam, btj .*" ,, .!il ))a; can! beat it ?--JValcJtez maaw> s
knarkrddown "The
in ten
successive who
+ A
rolls overhear him replied
1' is very favorable lot harvesting the crop. with asirl m ,'/ 'ix-cosiiul: ?! ths-i lor .i-iv. The Free Tfd'ler.When was '*
in the of teinins in that good marksman who can hit yours.
i \fobile Jltral c!. T, M. I citv. in o,,/that tne Follin
xv.je the Illa>ir Who can heat / :ludv vswn:. you xvill take Your leave- like steamboat wit *
t\ man without is a
d on borcr( to money
death Do
} ( you fake out Mel' h*' ant fo a hPSd



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and total amount of the Growth, ---- --- - -. -. is., No. 41 Wafer lfc7 York Advertisements. l_ ..

Export, Cniftmptian, Sc.for the :year }ORTOF) -- .--- near Chestnut stPA.TENT PROSPECTUS OF THE '"

:1z1c :Hsc .I11l", (. ] < J." \.P.\I.\ClHCOLA..Ocr. 7. / GEORGIA .
:: _ --- -- PRINT SENTINEL. '
xFf.V O Lf.XSC. : -- : WAREHOUSE
."' E' 'U:. blJ A-'RIV'EH.: c'- .

i Ct .,"- Brie Ann Eliza, Park fin New Ycrk to B Elli To tic (IN YORK 1% N Evening Paper, to be published in the City
p p..I1).713.H7 supply
TI 'Im .. I! son .v Co.Schr. 'it11 Southern and InUrivr .t1. I.f

1' .,.. . \ ... 1 :',..'r.JI Santa? ; flfl1.bi, fin by the J'ifce or Package. trade Savannah, Ga., devoted' to Politics, CoramTce -

n. .H "-J-J .4.t .. 7JH Scnr N Orla No. Aiirciilf'jre and General Intel.i ence
laiy ATI: I, (Tri.Tson, fm St. Joeih. 44 Cedar street near William. I The i.-icreasms importance
\ of

W : ..11.'Ir.l... .'... ... .I. .Strainer Steamr" Jis A 1 ;: ies Y .Smith: Alien, fn; Jernin'.in. SIX" BARREL ELF-nT"UL_ f ,h,: T EE ) S.urth 1ZG _L4 ,
.12,9JtJljjjl t.unsmif.-ion
Steamer fm BJillJltrdt"I. AUftE1'EATIGELER f Dealers! in DRV] GOODS that of) tnin.ils-and the absence cf
they an
ApiUchicoh have
Sntton fui 1-tS'lOJL.S. r.( re. Evening Paper S'l J. t
moved in annah
';- Steamer / illrlUr I(\\ i 1. their WAREHOUSE for \ Hh conspire to render

S. fat ;; &t. 1, SirenVluatoi: : I for Uro\va'a Fen}. D in Fancy hardware '" CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY from PRINTED: the proposed publication at least expedient, if not

: .. .. .. Fine, tn; .. No. Pearl, t to: iieces.aryVhibi
I ; 4.7)(} VESSELS: UP 5c SA1LI-ID Pel'I nan, &.'., H-V. 41 t Cedar pfreet. % \ [
consisting in confining their the
R"c' J ,r.' IJ ,J une.t 7..J- ,::3 FOR THIS POUT. Fint fen[ '& Pocket part ol to PRINTS ONLY attention Paper will bear principally a com

j H",. do. FloriU. It.Hf.I IJrir Virginia.; Talbot, ijilcd 19th in-t f.u do. Razors Kn\es, and Censors ; to exhibit \1ers E. & H., are enabled mercial characttr we thall endeavor to make it ,.
Se 1r f'lIhnm, Tn-or! a'ld Chjpman's' Razor an ;i-rfnipnt tar u-eful and interesting ;
D" do. TexAL1BAMV.*;.. 1&flO I'd 21-t Strops) Mi.rpa-winij to all cu&es of the
; any ever? c
In-I. fill ; mmu-
53.132:; Brig \\ L Jones Tvle'r; up at \ Y ]go..ton.' Elegant( Port Folio-s, for; Ldiw, ; before' offered in I America? ; and !to sell at nity, by rendeiirr: it.t dF eimnator of truth- ,
to -l j! 1.-r Oct low prices as advocate an
Brig biratf.-j Ste"'l i Ien and ofirfuf,
Bedell and Pen 1
> Holders lUllril.1f1 -und of
332172: 06,2 MG up at X Y., on 2-1 th ; generally those vhn p 3ttenl censor vice. In par- ,
suing the
BriJt't'll1lUr.1, In t r. Fine ( ;old I ion j. dn i plan (dfiennined
D.niond idrd
( the
Pointc-d ,
Schr. up n :X Y on 24th. Pens; oniony; a I variety' cf art leles. will upon following f
Export frt>m .M>bile- Upiiry A 'cuol"1pr. StflbrJ; lied, IJJack, Blue and Fn-lehbie The tc"k coii.3 i.t'S ii| ?L't '! t compromise th, leading depaltmentofthePd- ,
Wt t.irtisand
t '
11a"I.; with de: t'h up 011 1 the 1 Pate fnks ; and patterns rvr.wnit.-uw hope) will the
1., FoTfisa Port .26925C'jt"5 at is t" ll1ore. it b.tnd.: : : Fine Latter colors eIl lra"i) II'i kr cary: ( h'f rftlaett! of I

.. .. 19jtj79: ; Fjne Ci'ii.'i; and Silirr! J'encils Pa;>.?r :3 J ICAN AXI FOREIGN. E''t'r.1rier PRiNTS v of AMER received.ovvledffe und the h:ht cf truth wherever it is t

5i"r:% in Mohile-Sept.! PASSE ''GEH Genuine( ; in market ; ,
S. ) '
J.JU. ... .. ..t,175B:1rnt. Per bri;? Ann Kliza-:Mr. German Cologne, and fine Per- their flaflsti1les of! tc'rich are got vp crclimcflyfor POLi"flCSW'( shall sustain the great Republi- !
.PI.u.n'J A Low and lady, :Mr ttunir'i lor I Handkerchiefs; ; own sola, nnd 'an d.ctIIlJt s ('mb f*..*4 *.. ,L. I IJ
. .. .... ... 43 i B &c. ronnobe obtained Virginia and Ken- l I
toH: J Q'li."Y.It' :r..T D'Sirod.lone Beat's OiU Toilette whe, l'.1rept in :- flH:: .-t6 3.J3DeduCI Tit,:.. .Tots. _I .J.II.......'.., ,, "_ J T.. : Murors : folld IWI1( > oJ ; VI "1 J m'ltn1dined by
.) : ?, J and ft Vet" \IC.\'ldll1 Juhn S lilt".tlJiil t'l L' :, TT 11alr al1l1 0.Tooth i/eaters In iri.'iisttill: r ont Madison, 'I'mnp, hain Calhoun and
A \Vi Hruhes tnd it to
1113, and their iMferes thir d.. ,
7 (
a?e. in the steer Dres..i ; to call and >M: gu s e'4tlvcca1cs
Stock ia Mobile Sept. -r and Fi IP j'ooth I Comb. examine. ,tin- >fock, before i/f.-'tdir hjlits-and _
1.1.13. .. .. Per Siren Silk; and ; purchases makirnr? rm r lecri.ir. *< ; l f. rih bj the LonucMtic
) elfewhere
1,123 steamer -Mr. B T Caro Fa'icy) Tm :es l Illr Con-
awl ; Su-'penders byr. doinj \e-i Jen '
; IadIr. I .r Bi'tim
'.1 from Florida... Win A Meitenzip: M ; ha\'e.the they \ ill ';rm May hs-J
1\ (t' D and I hdy, Mr. A T "ro.-ro Pocket IJon'c-5' advantage of IP : : forming
U'lim/tt lnll !
; Tweezers
: t'.e
j and : c h
i ticnvflv >
"drIr.. Z v\es-f tnarkt't T.f t f
1363 W'lcKfle Ladie. ; price-and ; I :.ddm ntltl
\ Id lady Cot Fine Feather t Fans comparing all the ri ,. (" prii.cipJes
MFarrior 'ir (\ :
; w-f dt eimrit Th'ij
Cap irnble ? havir. fcr
1G7990131714 A tfobin-on, Me rd. Ft*.it her, Du.ter. fashionable stvles in ', : ad CT*! r.Fr.e \< :"* '
McCallough Key Rin marketnJe Trade Lew :
FLORIDA.To Cil..1: Conner} \V Xi'; .101111011. Violin] and Wjlin; :s ; &!:: Catalogues of h\ side. from }haniv.-- urJt-. o Lirli-Ze,,:'r-.i.cn
E{ rl- StriruSening I ; Prices, corrected with -Lcouomj: -Ketr r.ct'm nt--nd

Foreign Ports. .. 29,39.1l4'4..r"l i BIi'lhtT.3. : ; & Knitting' Xeedlis &(.. &". variation of the market: are placed in the ever> 5-rrirt adhr'nce to the 'nnMit Jf10,. and placing a .

.. .. .iio; NEW VOKK-lVr) \1'1)1 a c-"d double
iHi! on hand ? "pI. I. m h" TO, r Hr r 11 Ins Ann Eizi-l! p!kg* To reled GL\V >, RIFLES, &c. all bar -.-- nct7. tin al.ke. he fidelity: of the I mUI""and the- j
.. .. .. AIMIU : :3 to C ot' which he -- zeal I f ;lie lifier! ** -
: bit. .. 30J WG; P.irr) : \- Co KiJ Ko-fprs ; (i to olfers C"cap! lor C'nh.Apalach'icolj. ELCT10N > in maitit-lining inviolate
: to Vv'yli- & NOICE. its
1457C2 fil to :liirper i v:: Holmes 151 Mciv>w/ie ; Oct. lt I, 1 ISn. ligious COIlfrombpwh iihfriie reoh} alom our civil an'i re ;
pductSte : to Perry : Dicker- -- 07 tf ? can he secured
s-on ; It 1,1 i> y to us, and the Cf'; .
tvimn V I ELECTION -
en hand Sept. 1, Co -Jo'io U* I ll'irdia : .-> to i> Ellison AN will be held in FRANKI/X u.of our glorious Union p"rietiJated. I

. .. ; A & P C Kam : 13 to J F i'a i hJ'j n ', Tfrnforv 4 ()objVcr b ,
1,43 .. 200 Co: ; 4J3. k>; 'a1i. J 11 Farrior te ; ot$ Florida, 3Ionday\ thf 'u.: to a.-5iit l lit a.i-I iining! the great
,u--s uiJzp J.::; TER'I tburtli ,
:\; CM 2J 10 .Vo-ir-e A Stone( 'Ji 'l'iw JJel.'( ofay of November next, tor four principles .1 C"'t.mittiif.iifcl I '; l L.L. rl\
\ lJ.wG2 ; to II! I l H! 'Tl/ -0) Senators .Md u> orawui
1G10-S Taylor Full fo t
UE, ; !I2 to T Mitcliei uni 'll'tnter t' the !; rjieii's TIII.It!
't,1A. to McKayr Ijar.-th'iriie l ; 4 FIB i01I'j ju. ur. II,,> < f their fellows, to t. ,

Ewort (from $Savannah roan: ;: .f 1 tn .TfMiUns! ; 2-J To LocKlurt A: THE: suS:criber rida ; and for one representative a i aciitidinta'.i-f; \\ ih tn** .ature ol their '
te lVtti> : 2 to A ] t/ rep \\To\ ForPlzn Porrs- NE OjiLiuASP.M: Be.-tmiu! ; } the Cinze for the County t-f Franklin.( sh..il be open to the discussion

S ipiand* . 127.41ft) -chr Su rj Kosa-210 :is Ajjal.tchi-- The ,I of all PrJrrieal! (l'Jt.-tJ.f... ., rf eral : ;( __ _
PCha3r'in. l-y I ; coh' and Po'ls will be; a gel naturt'. In
% ) c 111- to 'ts n"lflltthat held :. follows no h.. ._ __ _, : j
Sfd I--tnd! Mcivay .V H.uh-hoMf I Ir' he has .' ., : i r.a-p. ( \ l r.11; ; ': .L r > .
1.551$ 5) ,'2.o I ; \ \ t L' n'l' ( n .q.q "IU lilt VI rue
t;;M2: .ill) removed his I IIIJlIIY press be
fmS\\'b": \ 1''land. JI I, (; ) .,KI J! II l .u*. i" .1, i j eou.rope' to 1 Lockhart & Young rr \ OT I-'n ,_. TAn.ORI.VG_ [ { ','- Wm.I?; Robinson!1Tt1.U Jt.\ under rhe in"'f''fion If / yielded by pmnming; it io vt'cfme[ the vehicle of

Strci Island.! .. 2,11 -. ...... I & I. D.I"tJLHf"ST t" tIC: lIew Carllon, Fvn.-isand I: IritroFah; \. fccnrniiiv < r ;.r personal abuse. .
-- 1:1:: budding of Cant. \ t OLD WOMAN'S BLUiT Lei: -\npr; : ;;
.---z: = I t \0 ) : Simirions, corner: under (the! in- r.oimneearf the Baltimore Con-
: :
2 \V I \ ot Centre a-iJ O: pctior of Chas. Ru, eil. \entnxi 1 J.;:)iEs; K 1'or.ic! and
U,s;': {" -j-t'} : a nilljorized : f I Commerce treer, : Sarn'l. G. Evans and: fullci GEOECJE M DALLAS, 1
t t: ; James
H.lort from D.lri"nrl"wyurk. ( to an- and I \I< no\v Selden.At : >rrit> 'iem to (Ji-clurje the duties cf "
', prepared J Presi
:jiift ; 01 dent
.. ; : .. : ... -\ I >le onat .1.P.-\ and Vice Pr&iidnt ct the 1
1,411 1 I.. i .H ,i Ca did .t& : term-;-'to execute all L.CHICOT.1l1dC'r the in shall United States, we ;
'I--p ; . 70.12ici. t, t: .: : :'j' .' .' .7, "11.j :ie\-t LejiJJ.'j III '''is line r.f'jus-irjp( '! 01 tIers (I.; RlnevVm.. Foster and peetior: of rnde-i\i'r) fo promote their election, by all I) _

1 -1v'.i:1: S.at.' 14f'1 : ."-: \ ,; .' .. '.' t and mlo't fashrmihletyle! s Ii the late t I Given under Anson Tfanc((:. I I1)avid | hrIIor"ble I1le..ng. I __
.', :M! . .. -- > 'If- --(10/1.- / < : X. iJ. ..-.Hoys Garme-if, s ?, awl warranlwl: to fit. September, IS11.my hand J\s.:'his tiie 2o.fh dy! of JaTe.-t CHDrICl.L.l'n1er this head will be found the t
narticnlarlv strtt '
F. I .
rwulci !
I' 1"j'.I.i"1). t attended( to. FAKRIOR, rll' various markrts fcr
f' s?" \Ve JA". C.: C ____si'N'jJ_ tde ) -t i..!Iero la .tio.i b ti F. our -
I I. I-ill. ... Ii. C'H are :Lil.1.rized: : : I to .1 lItC'lic,1.! LF.-'I.\S. Dejuiy) Clerk. -r s i .In'! Djm'! tic- ,
.. an- ], O 't. lit I tcjr-th wuh -
t. l h J jj.I I a carr-lully/ .
t .j ccrrectec\V,
U'JJJHRr .7 tf OF l
( kiy
-oU.toJ J. 1 LETTERS e.
I/J'i'.y, j-i:>< LIST iciriHiuimr i sjetnfcu: ,
fur; j., a t Caidilite > the PO-I OWllllitlr .t.
\\\ 71\' t'11 \1. t trie >ene fro t.e \\r& .5ter.1 Senatorial AUCiiON: BU "\'laJ rhicolat Ort-.Ser Is- lil. Ap 1crTrpM.a, h..ieernjaybecle'mdcfiflten ,t.' '
Jntrict I7ESS.t -
at the ensuing: Austin, E':'!'i1rnd '< Iho
:\ z cLvlntn.! Aldnd( J io -! f.J.J.C"j[ ] .\ 4. .
It J.3 1ji::.. : :2T Bibcock f, C' m ncuitur' l ptrs 1 its,
._ r: THE .1.1V shall have due art-iiiion: t-
:> and
-- subornervill Bryan, If no l'atlJU .
-- b- be
1f7-1 t
;ff : ? prepared pLrLd
\Ve are authorized on or about the! -2' Hnnt'HI. C Bu-h Stephen yr to rnak'M, .r ,1 j.er inifrenting\o 'lvFarmer ,
233537 't1i in-t ,
29491 5
to I in
tt ei >
an- J "lt. : riit in.n to \\'lIlfh
'; n irncn ail other
T fo
\. uounc? Col. SAMUDL '.-Mo. -" fr"i a..d p. o- i-. .
IJELLMV }., ". ( ifi-rn.v b? .- lu to be
J. 'r Baldwin CN out t..e 1 i
J1'1'1; i J NEin '
: : ze
ta ) \ Bnrrelt ana cor- "
CciOJidnte 1hiCits 1 JdS
l frr the ".>!'jafe I 4 !I't.! I nice.:
'from J i lOpes Brown
the \ i I r { :
\ Sarnpfi;
Di..trict r hy strIct ( Banctt i
nttenfio J '
J at the o'i! >uiii' election.! ;: | i and pnnctnf GENTRAL I.vrnLUGE.xcE this {! .
t 1J
n:2J1 :e :; ) 1 _: .: x. d lily, he wiil Collins John 5 Curtis C v/ri! be i u.id department '
\rl & fi : :
Co. a
ret tl share 3* p.eraiynlIJS.s of |
L. ;
nU : r tj.i:: \oJi.oN;; ; ) ;'ALl': Huvi'i Dent, Mr,; Ann Delano evf-Ms-of Ih- day pacing
obtained peter A together vi tin ,r
'j-.Ltt! !; We are 1'.mJill: ; ::.i'I : a new D.nvson, Wm lion .the selec- I i' '
authorized i ZOO'i j'ie: 3 Ellison rem best i'
-io\vr.ior: he Literary .
1 John Perio.iicule.
to I :
L I H anInU1r.C .d. confident t For-
0 thatI ei:
Dr. :i' tii-t! Ford!, S R ;n and c'rini.
\. ir, In tine
_. A. LONG eI't' s'idll, Foot Jss c. v. )
of Jackson :prevent him 'from H 2 ioif\er will have f.
J'dtte for as a: Can ill. his heat use- Gilmer John tendency 1'd.. the a
Snjte ; exertions for their 2 eope Jt hand
., frrrn Gardner Varud
( tla D
1 ( Western comma 1 1 h. P resource's na ural
\ )HlrJct? at fh Senatorial) : I Grav. J D of our Slate elevate the 1-t
aq.lIin.; JA\n. ."f\IJfI Gannon moral I _
1 r r 1'' elt>ction. ;,.,._. -.Vatr :rrc p t. John t r of it citizens charac- i

,. --ill I' I Apalachicoh. Oct. 1st.? 1SJJ.RUNVV.VV J. n7 x tt.oo I-r..11 G-ibnel.: T'Ir Mrs Grv._ R P Cant .hannnp_- ." ,.- ,..f. t tm: or_" _prom_Uh te A t In e J' C-eerily and ,
J..OIji r \V ------ H\tIJ, oJ Hl shall tIU"uunHY "hJchV live
"' '. c are] authorized -- jillbbrIl, C B meet with our ardent and "
I \ n, to anWW. 8; :: fiord Geh support. '
eu'al'd : Jones T
1 1 1 't> ', \IJJTIOXS..
1\ 13. V. ./ KELLV I Ej., of J Jenkins, Capt; E:: B Janriie THE PAILV SENTINEL
rAndl I iti- E4'a'nbia, or sfoi "i I. 'two TlPrn ;on, Chas will be published
'I I \\ -I.5i97 '. "'r I .e Se tIe from) the \Ve-jtern 'j}V LYCI.VD \" a'll 1 Jf.\."-!/j"' f ( krrnr. .1 .D) Ki"! Wt"'d afternoon, on an imperial half sheet and every
Iri.ct ut J 1'1* ftpl; I Mr t deliver
':vis'ij :,. ('Ie 'ri"lI.' about, I the i2ist i'nv:: C ed in any part of the .
: '
S< :. I.J :Aurn) t' inK '. '- 'J' ..> trkin, John 3 City, at Six DOLLARS
)j per
I $ : --- n-: :;") \'pr.,1: .I--,: .1.j! rl< -. .. Lp! r-t LrsA anijum.rajablein advance. ,

\\-tltn. .r \Ve c.jti- lIt.d."d! \ bi.'... \ i !. Lin.ninr: JasM 31 I Ti\r. (G;, HKGiA: SEXTrxni.!! for thr
are: ainfiorized :-i .u j:'i'i- 01'.1! 1 '_ ) 1ire. "amI P issued country, will be
t to < :j. U !i cnce a week .
C"I't: : : i.J..J en a
aui Lt.JI' 1 ..1 \'' l fr.' I Ij 'I' .) M: d Siper.Royal ht'et and
!.VMS \\j.u:: _*. /";. K:, .., 01 E,. "i j :.. ,j 'J:f 1. : : 11.11 i. !hv' Ie.J. Il'Ir. Mjs: E: I i by mail to any p'rr cf the Union at $3
\ !
a aranoU'V : : "' tC'! .rh3ll, F L p.r 1DUIHn tor
i t fire c I ute U 1 triiiflr, ; ( Coi'i .I 2dc'1! T! cop>-Two copies for
u in: P : $5
.rn t "
Lie the bc
-5tern District of "t > ;- I 15th ot t 0' 'rien. Put; -I.n 'picsforsSl<>-
'londa. January payabl"
;: j'iVe.ire ; bJit i In thf -ubCrltr.! Jirri Orrri.in: Thos \.HIt" It invaridbly in ad ..
I. j left ;the PiJner will
7lh i 1 insf.; Ric'd contain: ad
.. ht'1 j" -' the reading
-- PJrride matter of
\ --- a lilply .. John'Pillais the
-- 1s ) (nll fdiu\\, :2.) vtr-: uf ) Pe.vr.s Abrn daily pa per, including Editorials
? ae, f1rJ
\ yt \ j. iV.-if i 'i; foot) !h'z'ij: ( i D H -. aVe / Ccmmuication .
wirhorize'I 1 PrmdeTrast
: of
: ,. j Io :a l ui1'i ;j .. < t. o-IIt.\"m.; a fifthj Roa-iT-i. C (G Pat L\(. the Savannah JMarkr. --
jU I sruvoit '
IX : a
T 1 !N1 'If \Vali-n > iraw lirit! white} !oa'ifai Ri'-Sanl. J G 2 &
: C'CIJ.lty.: aa:i I ! 1t fir' I the Vute, Srorn t thr \\We.td'i I Ciut IKK; l.- tl JIN} rnotlier a ul Robinson, Capt Win Paper at fifty inserted in the Daily
''ri I, Ditrit ftdi.Li1 and HI:'('S K G'; cents per square, for -
at t ,lie seven br-theis} iI'IIt I Rov & Co. the first and
-- *$1* '"i>uij: I'lecfion. fn1'1 I -i.tfiN : rois.j'l.Jiiiv R' twenty-five cents for each

.\\, -.. l i we have jut ro i idfor'( (believing!i (havn "dcs Mrf Luci' da Si'ilov! & Ferguson \\"eeklr, fifry-cents continuance. In the '
I \:1 J:E -- -------- fo-i'id, a j'ree '.i- i i r'c Sratt, L i W 2 Stcdman for each in square, will be charged :
T ;I' 1 n! 1: 'II1'1)1' %r- '.-' '1", t, .. 1.1 i Jno erlion.
.) 1)', !; ,I :, tJ ('_ 1 t )C or tcr rll.rol') ''hat i'i u) :-, \ The first
Semrnes Number
t:1'Y"r:: LOT i i 1'1'! (" h! 1- J.I'I; ; i: ': A Gin 3 will appear about the first :
10'' \j! iiCHCOLA :I ur 'sr'V, .. Ir.it' October of
; .
). 9J' r1 : II. ::1 ''IT'I'I t\\ ,. fli7. next, or i'
I 11' :: ,11 "t. jt : \ ; : \'. "I. I i ; ': t- : lWI'v.lj "m.ll't, C( l"s sooner, if the necessary .
i ,.
\i r I 't : IV' -j'd. arrangetnento
T .Jen uo-s can be
f iken Capt A F made
\ T' .nd o' St.rr J and a sufficient ff
; ;t., ) : I .r ; I'> : : B number of s
L cfl\y' { > tV't': subscriber
\''rl,,'Ii n- : : '/DPS Lufv Smith rat; D I :2 obtained to -
: miih warrent
-' =l.; :h.ffo. -i U"'T1111 Cant Henry publication. {
., 'rth-/--- -rr: : f.'p "11-eOr "1 T r"11 W 2 Vullcu wishing to subscribe will 1
\ v ).'"' o ; \L\ : -i -. W in their please hand I I
nTT ;
'. --i
4 names i
: n-h" I ,
; rV ... \\r'rt Thl's immediately! and those 1 (
v ; ; : : 1'.T j .' Wade Miss holding sub II
't-iivjf I scription
p-rmisi' -. R lists .
.> : : :r will forward .
-r-:1' \V J them
S the
,' ; .; t : -r oW. tober by first of Oc.' I
l )'J'C'I'JiJt'"r ,1. I. Wins A W or
: if '
alJt'1'1I'1 I. 1 S sooner
; : '
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If B : 7' convenient. ,
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aid) if ':1 .' Communications :
: .
(they do *iotcrne J I k't dls. by Mail t. %
1" Inru-mJ l must be
; :rJ"ehj; / Pt> post paid
insure to-
ii'fer -- r'oT'i. ,
iKyss.ry attention.
will ;>- Ir.4'Ll" : of the
be '
take'i ; ul any above
(to -\ letters
':1'1' I protect the rights in i !her try : will[ ,
t'pf. 1. If the! vvV
Compjny. o\v.-r. please !
... .. \ 1 1'tbi uji ;).ty !1'\'.' rv 1 tj.. Iir'; 'or) siv, fiev are advertised." WILLIAM B. HARRISON. !
Editors ,
Hi' All; peranc arc :lso, notified \ each 01; tht aIId""l"lh: ,1 tj.r <:'-i. delivered to __! _. GEt_ \ f.'. 1 n \ LTZELL. P. M.Nev the above in this and adjoining States, by giving
not i us: in few :
-' H300 121:1 Stewart a insertions
d : : trespass cou ity, f\\ : will confer -
i., l loil
Ii! noon the land or ed in a ifaver 4
d"lpbh an..hli. by cutting Live I : any jail: <' inch will be r
t )
Oak CeiW t that (;
tL'r.: : : ; other : we ftt them and oods duly appreciated and
.l1J f .. .. .\ timber/ or 'A- d. ; wilt pay t ie bahnce If th- fir, reciprocated t
; 1100() :1.9 II, > C' 11. AFIN? hundred I dollars ( two) THE .nr-fnber has JIM' t opportunity.A .
k. .1/11 received
OIl : ("ay 81 1 J )) tor{ t PIT bri,
theappreheiiji'on r V-:
of r Subscription
fal Crop the Unit-'d Stat\\ _jJ'1l'll L.lnif'i.{ th I j ltuet't' thi.v'j: ? E. Platl a Tre-h ad: !(''i.'.:; .,.20WWr 7 'I:: wt7_1m) .rO 'lP'l":1 a n'i its 1:1 I con\irj, tiie'N t ; lor i sievidence as will L 5ortirii-t of TALL and! W'NTER ri -s- ,UI, SEPTDIBF.R 3, 1 44 -

\ : ( ; itffntf: ill ;-c. ;}' IIP! 1 1.1\\' i lin.r... .in. .. 'ODS. ClrI-
.1It1 1rrt 1 'I .. {"TYnn t; roT _. i".r.. .. directs I.'t 1\ .n. 11i111l\\\",11 :_
I. .b/. n. ''U '
f I. il .\ t) Lk.2j': ) 'UU' 'rl Y"Id', ..if. iw % \"tJsc IsA I-,4'I''t 1.L rriLvrs
f' Of ti1't,. .. \ I r"'no. GenN Cdfin: :! ; /'., MERCHANTS'.MAGAZINE AND
.... . \. .. .>-t.I) ".""I, o'I\ia. "U'inl': ((ilt.[ %:, a <:ic '.)i t.; ari\'Jc. I.HV' ; -. .\RTFr. Do. C.ilf >>'.. ulD; e?""> -.\ : .1 11 COMMERCIAL: REVIEW, Established
fl4 ,. -- (For s.ll .'erv l III\\, In' f'1)\I: \ o. :1\f-fr.'-:. Do. Oi J I',. J'll. l bH: by FREEMAN RUST
... \ : Editor
.. 1 : pt.d and
v .
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0 .;.t ,1" J ; -: "I di,
; : Te'.i
----rar-O',.., .. ., -\TE\ ;N : ) 'J & (( 0.. \ --------. .-----. h : I. ti7 2f! t fine C.JII'eJ J3ro.an4 ; iv-'prictor' Semi-Annual Volumns, of about

.. ;a.. ... .). nrfC _. -- I n T ,t rr -.1 r-!.\,I I l C cp..rtncrliP Mens: km, do. ; Do. cows bid.f; SDo. *> ) ) 'I".?t'.- each, completed. With the number
; ant! f
\ CunUl1iS'j am f.r Juh
; l 11'I
j OIl]I IA Do. calfspwed commenced the sixth of the
CI.thSu V i year k
II 4 n in quartered
\t ; V..CP.\; : \\ !f> fp\' IP aE ,II r;'):lD' !-JIM r '"' i'd;; \ r .\PAL .VOUICOLA ,\\h Do. Morocco and seal skin Slir Shoes; pxi'tence of thn standard Periodical. It i is the
; : ; per Caroline COLL'MBUS. |'ers ; only work of the kind in
jJi this
\ :: : ,i. j. E. PI it", fr-in N.-iv Y"I'\ :_ xI 'l siK: u idi-rsi-rncd.: have} a--0i-iit'od'; i or the Ladies kid walking Shoes, Gaiters, & and or any other country I
; ; although
'Tv, d i.i.; \ '.- .i J m-: Over Co.ifs' Cn--wre: Pa-it-, > ihot! Pints, ;) ot tl".1 1-i.ictMi:; :a Gener.il: ; Ajjenrv purPOI and Do fluted lawn Ronnetts ; and \\'anttlf the mainly devoted to the interests 1

., ._ \ lied fl.ri'Jpl C\nli-.-ilm Do white lice ci\nriiercial and business
I Itu-iuos. com-
'" stir's Ivcr-ev : The Neapolitan
\ j i' !.
\ d indispensable
'f.z"r.'s.-.m.> ?. .. ----. Line-i i bom Shirt Cilio": 4 J : 't-,H :I'J.'P, i Aulicincola; '1J., t hv Henrv" .'., Caps ; Kid irlove*, &.c., 'cc. reference to t.e: Statesman work of
y. ? i l Dra.vs aid: u'1II'r Sliirts ITIh\. ''itdr. rile I firm of For sale ch arid Prlitical Economist
\ > tli! ; set J ) RAYMOND lao by
) Fjl.: \ : ; i t-, :)i & : throughout the c< ,rnmi-Tcial ,
.' t., ".1'i Coats: \\rdt l Sork-: ->.l Mitts! :'1 (C'-i'itnous' (Go.; bv Eli": urd, J. il.ra. pSg FR'CT'KOP\ fA tents embrace / xvcrld. Its con -

: trof; j.Wan!, \rr.\ELfZ\\ Fur. cj'.l th a'rlelvet IJr..Ls\II', iinn (ot tIarx; : every subject connected with Com .
..!,1 L:4 C.ip : C'lild.-vn: d '. Tlwh..nrtl & r. PAINTS OnI -, (;r. \ K; i.c. merce and Navig-jtion: ; Agriculture and
', W.v! of Mr. Join Liias Henry Cl iv lat, Men atil 1 h:ivs) ; '. ofltved( by i titi- ( ) k.v ': Manu.
1liS.' aged: jf rtn: ; do. : persons\ 'rran!emenr, to iWiir- L f > icl ; : factiire& ; Currency and B.n\in! ; Fire and Mar-

FHMCV merino; a'ldh'et Ve-t-f, Glove-; distance I who ru \\ tie or wish to;: "> '>')! Li' >. .d Oil ine Insurance the Laws
I make tit do ;
\ and
OtH-htf .IIo..... ".,I.{ R,'. "otto'.. ...., :1.....'... J I.r. \'? : in either or both t 7"; ) !) o Lamp ; Trade, Regulations of t
--- -- & H" 1" U 1 re.idily l\i placewill be o\< fjt""r (d sizes: ; (includins important decisions in the dif.krent .*
1'J P ? Alvi, .1 nt4iit.-ral: a J-i>irtme of veti. F'et i : IUd lh \ -
SiAPLh rig ourselu-s '
OVKNMEN\-India and: tully com > Lrde.r.s: : li-it; of the United
!petent (loc : Brushes States Great Britain
.a and \ ,
O'inix' ;/AXCV duet( -juch ; ,
"' ) a b-i-iuc-is: ;u it hotild! Copel VarnL-h, France
: be Litl.era etc.)
>*- J V 'VKenturky Rope: dtiIvtdby GOOD1'K ;a'hJItt'dl/ I :\si : Rl l Lead, &c., &c. )
: to do
\ epi! ) \VCIS( Ju
br KOPM\X. we r "' t Ir has
jec3'ulh solicit received and
: will
> ''T'rJ'n'4l\w'nich' will M sold! --- ';1 Ire ot jutr: \Jwre. a I. and loriile bv ro.1 .continue to be .the aim of the
11', JA\F FARRIORj n lr" '1 E"-f') big, Rio! 101.1! La"iira,: Co.Iee.;! \ EOWXRU! J. HARDIN jel cr> H.n .< .il.1.1 \ ttrT it 1.J.l T" rUlIIr: to n avoid id i'i''|'iiciijrxine of the l\1erchant! l\Jaga-

; \ 33 Water \t. \.J For I sale hv \ HENRY r. Chcstnnt&Cnmtncrce- tpeN. every thing of a party, political, or
L. IL\ serfior.al

I CH-I:-, i blls Northcrn perfine ; ; -{!)3'j \\r A' WOOD 33: Water_st. Ainlt"lirola! ,|,\ ;;i 1. l li J n. L\10\"D.alOtft [\T01CE.-\1l ,person are 'forbid; 'from tiv11 ;-. wl'rk-'ni"'g-: bias or ts bearing: in the-free the conduct of the -
Floir; pa cs to and fair dis-
For Jn5Ing i ion lot No.
ale bv \ 1)l1E) :? PORK. : -1. 1 1 1"', block 3,1 1' from or- rtK>io'i of
1-2 bMs. Prime
-, V A"WOODVj Pork, jut 1 icceived CJP"1.: 'H/J/ \t') nCK.-The: under- cup)> ina I Ihe same, hy JII''PIJ"u' i antagonistic doctrines connected with '
I and for sale n Jl\ 0'11' hut the, the .rrett: ..
Wafers bvDODGE
$ -V'X'utrtl subscriber! -rttcr N (If t Comnr-erce, Agriculture
r'/ll : with) them} \ is alone! L ,
fi Mr. ant .
) H.0' '.1
; 11 )rCIXE ) ) &. \RDNER, \ ulv';i o.It"dl)l ; \ sell t the "IIZ to le.xe or Mar.ufacitircsa; cl t tsc!: C'irru..v.
l11111Jt'| same. .
&e.slIJ'rrih. to transact a General 1 1\. J. \10. E". The, :, .
J\'ilJ ;rizl9 l ; Merrna
) t I 'I'nnJ".III'I i, I t' ?!;:= i's "ubl.shcr !
jA.rwuU.t Apalachicola >
0C1eJ d irE'h S'1)l l ruj : Sfpr. ti t l 1'1 I M. c.
shipping Business
r sit) lin 1 n
Druz 1.'lIlt"1
; u-idtr the firm .trt'd New Y' r'- tVA
& All \ ; \. oiX >t' each
orders !; p1 : { <
.fJ'J; from tV CJl :1U.hele,,' Cuia, 1 cH u TOXFC&; Co. \ month
lote1ded eO'lIItry' id C\1TIOX.-AI\. ore IINCt'autio1ecJ .r tlve dollars per annum, payable in ad.variie. .
ttJ. B. 11.1} !(- -jiren:, t'nr "altr bv \Null.'cSTONE. I
Chestnut y I .> I.) ,A* H. \Oillor... :)\ a lol, I'lf.. h.ni: .Jr.'... I.. A few complete set* ol the work embra.tn.t '-
v//i ""
& \ > '
A /} unI U\
) ) iV
Commerceets. iter -t..13'JflTO '
__ 11. II me and made ton
P j'J-NTs ----- rov.-: \SihiculiJ payable to[ Simiev i\. Ford ul'ar- mi.an:1U.l1'Otl1"ItS of about 500
or -- ; ) or pages
br ; Cl'M I. &<.-Just n\i : RICO SjG\H-Jtlll( { ) I- qiulny; H. VV. BI.- :, l Au;. 1 1S44.a9 er, 'for thlrl -J\'e dollar:, dated on rr about the each, neatly and substantially bf und! can be had
ke." CJime PU 11) pratt. JL Porto: Rico Su;ar, for, ''le hv : \ JUth of June, Jbl] ; ind tine on the first day of at t fie subscription price by applying at tie, ctfce i

;ibet4aIe d No. I\Vhite Lead ; DODGE fc GARUXER, AIIProviding O'UIU'JI'e December) next. The consul.-ration 'for which I a* ahove. .

tJ'j do boIled t P Oil ; ej)30 ___ 4rt) Water; "t.QUG.RSlO t. f forlfl" t I. "i4, i. ..j'nder &c. said nole was: :, f f
t Srcti.-n I. 1. 15t-; r.1 riot pay the same, unless[ -i m i ii i rrf rifi mT
seod Oil ifCouncil 1.1 i '11:: J compelled" law. 'TJ 7 M. G. PORTER
O.kUtn ; lihds : the Mayor and ii CO.. otler far sate14re
r sale l mw bW \' Porto Rico aod St. Croix of) ''JitCitv .t> .\'Ji t '- .Iil, Thai in all JAME.S: I H.'DA'.1:. V t :aid well selected stuck of DRY
$ Sugars for sale .1n GOODS
hy Cise-1, uon coniilai.it I li Apalachicola
\ Sept. 1st
WOOD 11of 1 ; :i; f the'iol.lfitln 1 1M4. consisting of
23 sKKJt; :-
Water I
st.Assortment. \ sep-M' ) W \\011) ;any urli.nance of said, '
&ccy y. Wirers fUv I he
AND ,TAP I shall; "h sv? f-ill md Ja\'N. bt [ [ Cloths Cashmeresand Kerseys 5
power inth months
; ; *
tc1Iytd DRY GOOD .-IIIr OLL \Nfl GIX. One I di 'to i--')t his NTOTfCE-1. date I shall up:)h.4 S.tf inets Flannel
' a Fresh and\iprai .ij>e Holland{ Gin, warri'it "CI''.! to Ui? \l..tr..lial! of, ,1 Judjjf pIf the and Blankets;

Car GOODSt consisting of first qtulitv, j'J-f' receiv ;! hv' tn.urhntr] him to arrest fn( > prr:on oplained city' corn-: Jjckson county, for letteuf County Court of Foi i L'n and Dcmsestic Prints ;

f'Ml1s1in \l art oftF1anne1't DOJGE & GARDXER, a: ai/l*f. and dtni'i i i him, her ron.1 h:in? ron uiticasf:I'- :'linini-rntfion: on the: e-f tie di.llIi.i.1 of from the( Hrown Drillings and Irish Linens;

i rlYa.ft. Quilt' Saws insf's, S '1) -in 1( Water f. olher\\'i) onlnr-'d bv r1'1] ivor. late of aid countv dec. Sampson Pope, Bleat I ant ibleached Sheetings
S-c. 2 I3e a- ;
'c'ted -- -- it ftirih-r: HJd.! r4 Thwlienjn 4'
--- "
!4- IIi.DO'neitar.s, Canbricdk, .. Co \\ ; .. ', ''J.r.I/ boxes Soap ; .lament: inay i liP rendered, In. t.h all -, : H.J H. POPE, Adm'x. Cotton 0 f Shirtings ; ,

? ". Hdkr Glo\"e Linens, St1pnders 1.J : \ lies for;, sale: hv Court against. any ,)"r.-( n for a violationthe \afly l..I"or'Of Jarkson County, July 2j. IS-I -1. a3. rn And even oher- ntburss; }
? article in
B14Ck !taIiaifaicv Cr.tiIeaDoanets. Or ninCt's rf Iin& idapted
\ T t r RIVER -i n'y, the Jiid? said -- -- to

a anted, Ne.lih'l s c. 4(1 Water, Court lilY n'mntn"-''i pnr'io-i of said iu'y, \"OTIC( E.-Six months after dite r vill arlll', thecountrv ade. dec4'J '
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Taricty of &' in h, lit' .. to _
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arhcIt'.i trojr. when itst W. "
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( g! \ 2 -= --- --- ------ of Florida.- Cor. Ann&; Nassau streets, New York. <-i;;; place, have been induced to of open invalidsnd their Office, Ab. 57 Wall S?td, N. Y. ,

District undersigned respectfully for the accommodation
.' Court. THE 1lljJHouse insure Dwelling-houses, War ouses and 1 Buil !
Superior .
Franklin COUNTY.D. of the than usual,
I CHAMBERS. FRANKLIN LL'.1i inform the Old Patrons others, much earlier this season ings in general, Merchant; *, HougeholdFurniture

I : AT K. Dodge Compl't, > Chancery. TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY in consequence of the many applications that have Ships building lips in Port
Robert J. Floyd, cump't., >.In "J AIESCOS'lER'S" difterent parts of the
I and known for Board from
';.: V formerly been made and their Cargoes, an evary deroperty -
\ v&: ilN /HANCERY. James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts.: ) of and more recently as ountry, by those laboring under various diseases, scriptiort of personal ,
Curtis and Gruwold! et al, J Court, from. the report and the public &c. all of which
the COOK'S, ,
to & Rheumatism, Dyspepsy
appearing appointed, !"CONNER uch as AGAINST LOSS 6t DAMA E BV T1RK.
JITappeiri.ig this case VV V
I" defendant tu the Court irom fidavit filed in IT Master in Chancery, in due by the parties in general, that they are prepared to execute&c eadily yield to the virtueofthe water. We have J. SMYTH ROG RS, President.,

Levis i Ct .is and George That the following sums: are instalments! here- orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, leretofore held out more inducments to personseeking R. W. MARTIN, Secretary.\
that! slid LanOCamjJJL.iy hereinafter mentioned, for the article nece-sary to form complete ._ pleasure, to visit these Springs: than to DIRECTORS ,
'If Franklin other
Apa.-chicola the :
I'; GtUwold, trustees of the and David Wore called in, on their stow in every Establishments, on as favorable those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we J. SMYTH ROGERS ROB!MeCOSKH
Bcrrieu notice Printing
und siid John M. Apalachicola Lot Company, public I ; as any other es- and early, if you wish to he JAMES BRYAR PARISH '
I, Land and quality come ,
reside a come,
r in said cause, respectively, erms, and of as good say
I defendants
who t the parties certain REUlfeN
ScUin are
have proved a JAMES W1TflRSJOHN I
hereby given States. These Springs
I: 1. is United benefited.
wit the in the
I to : Receiver ablishmcnt '
Territory, F. Nourae,
of this WILLIAM
is both & SCOT
biyoivl the limits to Benjamin Establishment, of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, c. ADAMS
..1 I I said Curtis and GriswnU, ii: the state of Nets' to pay the same together with the interest thereon, The Type cast at this material of which it is i: cure in all cases have invalids failed to be benefited JOhN HAGGERTY, F. SU1UAM, a

,. York: aid the slid flrri and) Seldeii in the I'isaid! the cause first,day of March:\ IS 13, or their respective : in style of face, and the for service in News- and in no instance have visited them, for the proof of G. C. VEUFLANCK, PETE 11. EVIUS
that notice hepublishedoice from auction, in ac- mad particularly\ adapted who JO11NSTON K1CIUF IRViN'Jos. :
state of Georgia. It H ordareij, a will ba sold at public innumerable certificates, JOHN ;
month) shares Printing.CO which, we can refer to KERNOCIIAN C. V. 2. OOSEVU.T'
ueeof four of Chancerylor ,
f : a w?2k: lor l tUes: with a decree of the Court paper finished to order.N. gentlemen in the '
"Co.ninerci.il Advertiser," a newsnapciprintid ordjnce aforesaid, to pay the several All kinds of Stereotyping the above some from the most respectable JOHN I. PALMER- E. D. 11JRLBUT, ,
in the District will copy GEO. POLLEN
term Wednes- B.-Such Newspapers State. ,
1 n t.ii$ district, before the ensuing due and owing. Sale lirst next, will be will this WM.
and each :imouats SJ previous'to November To those in pursuit pleasure, we say JAMES McCALL, W1JUJLOWELt ,
I of slid Court, 'cjiringaiddefeniint. in D cemb r next, to wit: three times, : making a bill of four intend to offer inducements enough::!: iIOL ROOK.
theconphi.unts lay 1stMarch in on much, that we
them to and answer, otherwise principal and interest, due : wtitled! to pay type of the have been appointed
of appear Daniel McDoujjal, three insertions.JAMES Warm Springs the Saratoga The undersigned ;tgenb
ii ; bill will ba taken pro confesso.a : . . . .$1,600 00 lines the amount of the to make the ; and
1. : 1S43. S S : CONNER &, SON. We intend to keep a bettir Hou e than of the above Company, are empoweret: toj,.
Gl South.
I oj\ ) : them ( copy,' -teste.) (.!erk. Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 1st, 1SU. jeS 3m ever have kept,(and it i is said that we generally sue policies of insurance against loss" or damas-
were Xile
GEO. 1 or his assigns, Beds! all entirelynew ; fire favorabIetennsother god.NOUUSE offices
.. Burton Hepburn \ ,\1.. one) Our are by on as :
30th! 1M14. leiagainst im_ and 072 70indebted JIENDEItS'V1t1tUU" kept a very good "
Apalachicola, May on the same day year hUNTERS' AND all been repared: and the fcHENHY STONE]:
,1 & i . . 305( : 98 P street, New York-The ; our houses have 4VateisTHE
I Court John I). Howell . . Nos. 20} and :U Gold and beautiful appear ApalachicolaMarch 23,1844. .
Manu a:: new
Superior presents
j Fruiikliii Samuel W. Carmack, MIiine and Saw whole place
: By order of the Hon. Hoe Printing( Press, of the atmosphere is i: fine, -
AT CIL\ lnEltS. Franklin county, and direction ance. The temperature INSURANCE COMPANYd
Court of under the management JETNA:
Jadjc of the Superior being SO
1ji i above degrees.
," \ J Robert May: comp't., 1 ; aUichicoU} District of Florida. of Richard M. Hoe and Robert Hoe, continueto the thermometer seldom rising he,and _I_ Hartford, Con*-The nruUr i gneH'ab fa

I IN .CIlA CERY.1f in the R. J. MOSES, manufacture, at greatly reduced prices, Print- Our Baths are in as good order as theycan the said Company, is prepared to issue po1ICieur:
us avNit
:1'3.! )ld, et al, f Master in Chancery.Apalachicola Hydraulic Presses, Standing Presses, for the benefit of those who have not paid number Insurance against Fire, and loss or damage
Presses, G in ,
1f i t .ints.: J JIT alluhvit filed August W, IS.11. ing machines, Chases, Cases, and every ,we will describe them: they are rivers, on favorable terms. The capital of) tbt
Self-inking with dressingroom
Court from V Office feet in the clear, a and invested in
appearing to the a Printing a each ten s\uare is large lhesafet<
complete above company
Curtis andGejr. article necessary as! to
4 1t4 this ciue, tint siid Lewis ------ --- ----- NOTICESTOTiCEix of which, including type, ink, &c., &c., attached to each, and are so arranged possible manner, and its settlement of losseshu
the Apalachicola ADMINISTRATORS supply our Spring
of depth required;
to liberal.
trustee and
Grisvold, raise the water any
hand. been
if ;; John M. Berrien and -..--- they keep constantly: on hundred gallons <>f always. prompt
t Lud Company, and: said --- -- -- Cylinder Press, has aftords upwards of thirteen DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
I defendints in said cause: date I shall up.ilyto Hoe & Co's Patent Single of the wateris
1 David S-ld2i"who: are '\ ; months alter much improved in many essential: water per minute; the temperature Apalachicola, April S, 18-14.
to wit: Court of recently taken! by
Territory, been analysis a-*
of this the County The
reside beyond the limits L the Hon. Jl1.l.of; adapt it to first-rate t precisely OU decrees.: -
I 1 ) the state of New di3mi : ion from the particulars, with a view to is i as follows: for the PROTECT X
the said Curtis and GrUvvold, in Jack;:m co-inty: for letters : well excellent newspaper:! Dr. J. B. Colling, State ; rpll E subscriber, agent

i 1: 1' York; and the said Berrien avl Selden, in the administration 01 the estate of Sampsui Pope, book printing considerable, as number as of these machines Height above the level c.f the -ea, 793lfr; <*t- I INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartbd.Conu. ; .

: I It is ordered, that a notice be deceased. I work. A elsewhere 23HJ5: cubic inchcv' with full to receive prcpes1j
state of Georgia. late of said: countY in this city and quantity! (inf' wine i pu-it4 or power
\ published: once a week for the space of four months! "SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x. are now in daily operation rapidly, and in a specific: gravity 0,993-distilled water bt-iug 1.000{ ), to is=vie policies:! rn as favorable terms aii dJer:

4 -, ".L in the "Commercial Advertise: ," a newspaper Jackson'County, July 2-5! 1844. a36inTOTIcE.six ( doing the work very GAKS; -Caibnnic acid ga<:>.. ...2 cubic inches.
I printed in this district, before the ensuing: term superior manner. their Double CylinderPress Sulphurate\ of llydrozeti.a;: trace.( damage by Fire, and also to take Marine;andla.

I said defendants! ,and each after date, I will applyto The improvements in SOLIDS: -Carbonate of Linie..I grain. ct this companrfo
of said Court, requiring months its speed, but .. ... land risks.: The reputation
: the greatly increase .... ... 3 5 grains.
of Iron
otherwise of the only
1'A not
of them, to appear and answer, .1 "4 lhe lIu:]. W. G. M. Davis, Judge much more durable and less liable Carbonate of Magnesia. ... ... .tO 09 qrams. settling losses with promptitude and libenlfJ'
1)I r complainants bill will be take pro confesso: County I Court of Franklin county, for letters of render the press It is the only machine Carbonate of the Water, winter and sum well known DAN'L J. DAY
!! j out of order. The tempreratuve
teste of Thos.H. Thompson. to get 1541.1TJ .
J Sj
them. (a copy- ) from the estate Apalachicola! April
't I against; (;EO. F. BAL fZELL, Clerk.Apalachicoh : dismission II. B. STONE, Administrator. adapted to the most rapid newspaper of printing.the Patent mer, 9l degrees. --- U-.. ........ .....-. -
; ,1 jel -imFratikliir Cm also the manufacturers Road has been fnisned;;: expressly --
30th, 18M. 16 18.1-1. mylS They are A Splendid
ft : May May extensively .
Apalachicola which are so tin
fH Washington and Smith Presses, for riding, thive milein! lent th; it h-ads to ; ADVKUTISEMENT.ILLMEU : {

"j Superior Court. Six months after date I will apply used: by printers: throughout; the LTnitedattention: fiStates summit of Mountain where 'VMI b.2 :rlfl rr.p: of : j & SMITHS EUR
AT ClIA IBE1tS.'I NOTICE- Court for and l Can* rl *t>. They call the v, mlnificent'il \'-? in Georgia. Aiv.cd. ; tV"' AN TI ES.-During the titndJ
; Hon. Judge of the County with the most : .... ...__
Thomas L. Mitchel: comp't. Franklin County for letters of dismission on the Printers to their new Machine Card Press, road has also heen made; 1 tu the well 1{:ltJ\\ n j has been before the ivnrlll j the p"I 'r.
':l vs. of John Norton, late of said county, de which one boy can print 15UO( : cards: in the best and COLD SPRING, only f ths of a mile from the refer, with pleasure to the praise which lal

I Dodge,McDougald,Calhoun estate ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r. style per day. This= machine is very simple: Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it, elicited from the press of England, Irebndlo(
I J t
,; and Bass, trustees of the Apalachicola, April 17, IS 11. a2U? Om not liable to get out of order. Its inking apparatus to be the finest cold water in; the I world.. land, the United States, Canada and the'tlt

and Apalachicola the Springs are .'ario"The .- and the encouragement it has rtfid
Franklin Land is selfacting.The The amusements at Indies,
I f afterdate, I shall apply' also manufacture a CylinderJob and the servicesof of the United States and ((.ci.!
Lot Company; UN[ CHANCERY. OTICE.-Six months Hoe" Co., Ball Room is i opened from the public

Lewis Curtis and GeorgeGriswold N to the Honorable Judge of the County Courtof Press, of large foolscap size, which requirestwo drive one of the best Musicians in this section cf the Three essential features distinguish: it I 1.mII

trustees of the Jackson county, for letters of dissmission/rom: boys to attend it, who at the same time country: is engaged to take charge of it. contemporaneous publications.::

: \ Apalachicola Land Co.; the administration of the etate of John S. Randolph the machine with their feet. It will print from \Ye intend to devote our time exclusively this First-It contains; : a full, ccrtec aid <;free

i \, : Myers, assignee in : late of aid county, deceased. 1500 to 2000 impression3 per hour, and do good season: to the comfort of our visitors, and I v.e hopp hensive Shipping List, ;.'r..i.>_t d 0111 {lla1Jl 1D"

I .I bankruptcy of George W. FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor.Marianna work. to be able, between us, to please all and see: that and practicable: tLt .!" / ':r, runs ntti4.

Ross: defendants.TT : Feb. 1st: 181-1. feb3: OmTax The "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, and printers none go away di :!tltidled. Mr. and :Mr*. Johnson Persons i iltHt'! >etJ irv tut- ;,1 .':ieof: Air: uy

appearing: to the Jude: by afllditfit filed in generally, that no pains shall be spared to I will hive charge; of the house, S. II. B. too, will t'ru Ifi; an ii'sta .t : :::c !-.:'\ jyjtion flat ttey

1 this: cause that siid Daniel McDoujpild: ; James Notice I maintain i i the reputation t of f their establishment::: his whole att,>nti(,". :Sv-ek w.r1. t'I': .< rT.tinry ':.I rtlviMo. 1tiUli..

Bass Lewis Curtis entrusted to them will receive give n hthp_ .. as heretofore, "stiin; \t': Li>ts, ad cvr fl.I
L. = ;
; S. Calhoun and Charles ; with : Ordinance, passed: \ by and that all orders Our cnariieswui; u -- sane: it: lilt:, vi 'iv( u- '
I Griswold and -- Myers, reside conformity and careful attention. for Board! and Lcdgm: : ; Baths, I ,, utt.attc.i': irulO! Lurl't; tre Khth.:
of month
ami Geofge ; I Council of the City Apalachicola prompt $:>0, per m 1i I'i : :'
P t beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the the Mayor anti 22d IS 11, entitled "An Ordinance Editors and Proprietors: will be supplied with free. A fine !stock of goods is i:: kept I here, and are 1- six tiiiita': the price ot" .. Wilier toiF.uro n.

I Calhoun and Myers, in the state March in detail for Printing Ollices or Binderies These: Spfinc* aio. H.'J; r.nk-s \ '. Tinio."
iid McDona.lJ, for the use of said City. estimates sold at fair prices. ( .Lflfcnti'
jt) i the Revenue of all the
of Georgia; the siid Curtis aad Griswold, in to raiss a Tax Collector, have this l by informing us of the style and quantity north of Columbus and 10 irulesautith of Green : \-...It contains 3 Price C\Tent
.. '. the said Bass in the state I, Peter Hobart, City desire to do. difficulty) in teaching; ttd mJ e!!,eyoted
and fine European
\I. state of New York; and will on the 10th day of December work which they ville. Visitors will t no rreat: Jintiah}
I ordered that a notice be published diy levied upon, manufacture Cast Steel, Mill, Pit, the daily\ $tar.nnm.'ci: 1 the articles] tradfard/ \meItl
cf Ab!>lnl. It is 11 o'clock, A. M., in front ot the Hoe & Co., here at all times, as principally, to
I I, I. : once a week for the space of four months next, at to sell at public Cros.s-r.ut. Circular and other Saws, a supply of Mobile, Montgomery, Sa\'anmhf AU\15t.1.:; \ Ma!" ..nami mr.reimmediately: appertaining I the Jeriicontinent Oll
of this Court in the Apalachicola Exchange:; constantly on hand. And Gretiiilh',ar! which the rthant, before the ensuing: term bidder, so much of the following which they keep : Madison with Columbus and in
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper j printed in outcry to the highest as will\ bring double Jobbing and Machine work in general. Hacks run daily from l hoh; places here, so there and the man cf business must IiI an inedi m.

said defendants to apearani ; descrihsd: property 11. A four horse tae!; of coirftness, t tIbUatigturc' !
1 .this District, quiring) with all costs and June 1st, IS will be Hodistpnointmeut. interest. On the score
t bill shall the amount annexed, together in the United times week by thevay accompanying: fan.
\ answer, otherwise the complainants N. B.-Publishers of Newspapers: : al-io leaves: Columbus three : a : and the remarks

I i be taken prj confesso: against them. charges- of sale.: ,. I."U. .. .. States: or Canada, who will insert this advertisement \ of Hamilton! for the Springs., ous marketj, showing their a.ual con ,with m3Y
i (copy teste) Uloct\!: I 1AIts: f 1'u wnllill--t "-" : three times: before IIht ot next. July, The Proprietors) \'fill1Je ready to receive Company be relied on, and are in fat an autHty

GZ). F. BALTZELL, Clerk. A. 7.13enneU.1 UUC2 and s.nd one copy of their paper; t-i j us: ( ..sstamrn:: \ :' on the first 1 May. most of the first houses in t1 pnncipcitia
31st. 181 1. jel 4m t .'iI t'-n-ir bills SEYMOUR R. BONNER.WILLIAM and CanaA-
Ap ll' hicob, Miy .., it, will be entitled to the payment' the United States: to I t1

DisU'ictof Florida. 15 C. F. Bartlett,.. . 8 J,) on purchasing; four tunes the amoirit t! t.rlrf.TJUNT'S G. JOHNSON.The Thirdly-As a new pap/, it press irA
I AIIt1Icl1coL:: 2 ::2 &. :1 S Warm Springs are so well known that we American reader, in a cAcentrated ate,
4 Court-Franfdin County.Alphonse . . 250 MEKCHANT.fMAGAZINK: AND: subject*
Ill Snpffior II2 3 L. Bird a1),. : it .;.H/ to trouble the public with a where the interest or imortance of 3

j Loalut: ) 1N CHANCERY. ._ 112 .1 J. C. Birdsal. ,.. . . :.2 ;j!) .11 COMMERCIAL: REVIEW EstablishedJuly do think of nece eertiiToates- i ; setting forth heir claims demands it, in the mot
I; -------T:5-- I 1.1 &; 12 Calhoun &. Bass,. . 10 (JU IS-J'J: by TUKKMX.V: HUNT, Editor' aiulProprietor lo"4 array l the invalid, as well as the : of political Cjpniercial, diesticamiscellaneous

D lvid D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage.the Al 1 Jolii Evans,. . . .\ 2 51i Tei: Semi-Armual I Voluirin: (I! d!:>out to the patrotusef ht'alihaid! pleasure. We will therefore every topic interest vJicb has occ inE ,
that of
I TT anpeirinj;to the Coirt by the alfidavit above defendant, \\a U C. EJmondQ:1: ,. . 'lQ 00mp'd ] SUJ j pa iges each, completed.\ With the iiini'oer of the ina-i o:1lv 1 invite i t the ltention of the reader to the following rope, or elsewhere, site ii id;1;are eftprevious ) :e
I Churchill! 1tl } sixth
I Ri the
t D. commenced year bet paid
David 1 Columbus
JL siid ando for July, 1 1S11 2 t'om Doct. J. J. Doswell, of #l regard
Court letter packet
of this i is the ; espe
P1 I reside bayou the: jurisdiction E'1 11 John Gilmore,. a . 2 5U existence of this standard; Periodical. It conntted with or ntestot

I I .. :it of the Territory of Florida, but within theUnited'State beraids I[ 4:1: I 6 L l.'. h.Griilin,. . . I 00' only work of the kind in tins t or any other country : COLu ; March 23d, IS 11.Dear whatever is most /ommercial \.J-be
tnt social
: .. *: : It is ordered, that publication of John Gillipie: ::2 2:) mainly devoted to' I I he inf(trots t political, prince.
in the city of 1 !0 iEtate ; and, although Sir -It is due you as the accommodating the Union, or the advent British
published . . 7 5U commercial and business community : stantei:
in some newspaper & 7 IJacohI-Iarvey, and wants of the ofiIerriweCr cir
C2 3 of the Warm Springs, at
I week for four months: requiring \ . 3 jJ! work ot arvl: \ co'irtriVis proprietor short, it takes a glanfc every
ouce a . mdUpetisible i
Apalichicoli, said bill of Imp'dA'2 7 John Krns, it has become an : Cc.u:1ty-Tt: is i due the public who inhabitant of the Great >aterflctinent
and answer the . 250 Political) Economist which the
him to appear John Kennedy, . Statesman and ]
the paU
to :
of that hnp'd[ 10 reference leave their own homes and firesides an interest. f
comtl lint on: or before the expiration 2 \J. C. Love,.. . . 3 0.;) throughout the commercial world. Its I contents may wU: to whereenjoy can possibly/el thfOomeDi'
seek ,
4 tinx, or the siid hill will ba taken aj confessed in the 17 8 3 William[ Low,.. . :a ocB2 :: embrace every subject connected with Commerce
I a ii\t hi.n: rid such! turther order givea 11 Charle3: :\fr.Ki\'Il'V! ,. . ;5 0') I arid Nvi': $ltiw\t ; .riruU'irp\ and, : Mu IM-' I filer ri4 retied bealth, to point them to comes to hand, ofhatever rope-personal, ,Uttcal.1
1I' the Court may seem justice. 4 :1rnp'il ) r'uv and Marine ( and society } the interval in
'M to( .1. \lll'tiI.1 aid Ui.ikini:: : ;
: : Curieiu'y .
prcnu:3 P2 factures situa-
: GE). 1<'. BAL rZELL, lmp'd[ : ; ol tin.V.inn: Sn; iiz.:[ In its Topographical commercial. If
(Copy-Teste.) Mitchell \farzdl: ,. . JnE'l : the Viiln: Regulations; : hit cnar *
[ A2 6. I Insurance\ ; Watering
Clerk. inferior to no
a very
is i inquestiombly:
J. & L. BaA.NCH, 5 l.Jno.T.Myrick,. ... JOUF including important decisions in tne: different tioy'it It has already/attained to coc
Trade virtts be
:: ( The Medicinal sa
Solicitors for CompVts.Apihchicoh 11 Joseph Mitchell,.. . .1 5() Courts of tire United States, Great Britain, p/c in the United States. sub- and may with ttfat propriety CURRENTtbeJgSHIPPING ::'
1 Chemical
the analysis
Feb. 25,1844. mil1mSuperior . . !j 00III of its Waters from the BEST PtfCES
9! K. McKenzie France etc.) has BEAN
E2 the
States Geologist, and is
the by
r/itted to public
. 7 00 be the aim of the LrT;
Court.ring 1 & 17 11. Ma1tland & sons, It has and will continue to influence over Rheumatism which reachei'isfrom
Fa'aul.lill: I j I) Merchants' APUI ever will exert a happy NEWSP/I'ER/
l\litchel. ir.) iMaga-
and ins of the
IS 14. HI J &. 12 Peter and: Proprietor Diar- iIJ copd
Terra, Fjditor Bronchitis Laryngitis Hipertitis it comprises
1\ ;
.t ; : 8.\. J. Norris,. . . ::10:) to avoid every tiling: of a party, political"orsectional ; ; ; of the England PtcD.

: 'I ii f A. G. S mmes, Jvs. .Vtatchment 30 15 7 O.den &. F'er3u.m, . 1 2') zinc bias or bearini;:, in the conduct of thy rher; lventary;Disp
I \ > Diuiagw; ) ihn'l. Bya.1, . . Jf) its to the free and fair eli/ skin and Kidneys. news of inttjkst America, (rom

I : Ehu Simpson; S SI interestel are Imp'd C20'1 John It.tgai,. .:: . 2Emp'dA2 '2j: work-opening autazoiiistic lae5 doctrines connected \\ .1i. In addressing this note to you sir, I have only cd in Engla/d and other-Foreign p(3sailing JUf i cf .
0') cnsiolor
: slE defi.vlntand all persons above suit Imp'd[ A 'unk" Whit,. . . Ol) I interests of Commerce, Agriculture, complied with the earnest solicitations of some of tie previous tIp to the the '"
I : 2
of the tlie threat curedor cctnys
institution eitherradicallv which
JL nlti bJ of the : \ kind friends l who have heen ship
: : of
. 27 ; / ture
E'hos.L.Wiri.ate, anil the Currency.
", f and pleid a, required 7 4 Manufactures: : the curatives of the Waters
ani: are rejuired to appear 6 OiJ \ a/No. greatly benefited by comin(! mmber. **
G. SEMME3.: 15 : Ienry Williams,. . The Merchant1t' a'l.illc is published copy* 1
: :
A. F2 easier
: 12
U\v. /each of the Warm Springs. 'Iikill l b sold at *
by first
York the .t:r
3.nFraaliliii : HOBERT Fulton street, New on atteriDJmonials.the .
1S41. PETER 1.12 of consideration numberousand
Apihchicoh, Jan. payable/in ad- I: am, dear sir, with sentiments high Amon$ other : .
Collector. five dollars annum
I! City Tax month, at per obedient servant MofninjrPot.sbvs--
I SICl'iol' Court. Jane 7th. 13 U. jeiS mAn ".'anc A few complete sets of the your J. J. EOS WELL.To indcb>e/to ti Dews
: SpringTem, ISH. Apalachicola ing ten sumi-anmnl[ volumes of about /);) plgeNch We6re greatly cnmerCi4

; Bush & Co. I md substantially bound, y"1 bo had Col. S. R. Bnnner. cur for/ gn, miscellaneoiwaud Sntb' E
) neatly .
Hyllyer Orl a stance : the otlice WarmSpringMerriwether Co. Ga., April 24. ofViUml' &
; I > of Mortgige.iicola by applying One t.tmber other
vs. To raise a Fund) for the City Hospital.S3"tinti at the subscription price --- --- ---- -- -- -- Timers worth a whol SIe of io).

WmH.. Slitjpherd. ) fie Mayor anUjztiieil above.Ne.v OrniiKieicc -,
Hi- it Oi'dftmed by as ABI '
1. 0
M:. : ,' 'rp.iE difiiidtit an.l all persons\ interested are : of the City jipalachicola, That from Yor\% July 1st: 1 S.l t.W t. Providing for the arrrai of oPl-nibr[ Arc papc" at Liver'',,just bfow the
; J. hereby notified: of the intitrIoiGfthe; the and after the: first day of September next, tlubllo.vin POKTEll ic CO., ot'f( sale a Urge; Section 1. Be it errluined by: he :Myor: and : WILLIAV&SMIT1.} SU 1bsCt1.
of M. G.
will apply to the Judje; Tit! in hll niUbv
; and that I sh! ll ha levied upon all passenger- stock cRY iOODS, Council of the City of Ajralachicola, TERANNJM-
tiixes well selected DOLLAR?
i at the Spring ; and made of the viol. FOJR
: CO'Jrt of Frankin County, ; each and case, upon ccinpiamt being itirn ,
viz :
Superior Upon
.. ; for foreclosure of said irrivin? in said City by sea, : consisting 01'Cfot" :- ef said city to the Maorhesliall !
1'311. a ot ortlin:1"ce
siid Court, of any propri'to
of the fifty : the
tetm coastwise, sum er- ; of
and eys intern
r A. G. SE.MMES, Plfl's Att'y. every passenger: by sea arriving $, Ca simercs have full power and authority to k;ue his IT ic the EtTLtiiningadigctSimular

: XA3tt.1.: A.. I.:.. Nov. 21, IS li. apli 3nFurecloiure cents, and upon each and every passenger: Sattinets, Flannels and/linkets; warr.mt directed to the Marshal of said city, commanding "KUHOPEAN JMW"to publsh EuroPer
/ the of twc the
sum to
\V sea from any foreign country, Foieian and) Jotnestiriflts; luni to arrest the p 'rton or persons com- cent! Pj

Franklin Superior Court. dulhrs. Brown Dnllinjis antlAish i Linens; pluined asainrf. and detain him, her or them until censed: price three

; \ Win. Lawrence, Sec. 2. Be itfnrt'irr ordained, That the own Bleached anti imbied Sheetings ; othl'rwinrdera' by the Mayor.Sec. 5ut more I sP have forwarded by post 3Dj

master of e\ch and: every vessel arriving at Shirtings ; 2 Be it further ordained. That in nil cast !- I which Few minutes after each I i

}} Bill of Divorce er or after the lirst( of September next, shal naburAnd when judgment may be rendered rn the Mayor' express,'Boston j.a and which may be
r Elizabeth Uwence, formerly this port, V Cotton O arrival i.
under oith, to the Trea le their line adapted Court against any person for a violation of any of low
'f J Jl render without dehy, other arif Jn at very prices u.
Elizabeth Burns. >> full amount of all every dec4 the ordinances of said city, the Judge of ;aid (jUanti EDWARD 11
notice and
1 I : defeadaat i in this case will take surer of said city, a true I to the country trade. y Court may remit such portion of said judgment tin I
p THE I wilproceed his vessel and said owne OrncE,) ,
next, in TIMES"
l cf October arriving appe'arii OPE-\t:
o A tU first dy pa "ensers his oi.imon may he proper when its E
I I f to ta'tethe dsposilions of Timothy Smith! I or master of such vessel l, shall pay to the Treasurer To the jericsm Bar. that such offence Was committed under mittteatiicircunstauees. Boston, June, 1844. .l

I : in the abe cast at the Clerk's Office in the C1ty of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and npHEunder3ignei/ol> nplates} putting; to Press; -

which time and place the for which tax the vessel shall! ; S/U1 > the first volume of Passed by Council SOth May. 1844DAVID 01e t t.'
1 of Apalachicola, at every passenger X the ensuing j1
of _
1 liable and any owner or mister I G. 'RANKY, Ma,-or. COUN..LOtS
the said defendant may attend. also be held ; with SCENES AI ANECDOTES OF' THE tTTORNEY &.

: R. J.MOSES, Att'y for Pl'tt such vessel, refusing or neilectitijj to comply A/ERIC AN BAR." OUGARS.-10 hhd: Pcrto Rico and St. Croi Abbevi1le an&roy.Ala.d"

i .. 4 Jme 2" 1311. jeW: 3m the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable to rouhnut the United States arc for sale r Count1
Apalachicoh, : My brethre / ;!; kJ Sugars: hy : practice in

: In Jacksou Superior Court, said city in the penalty of ordained.fifty dollars.That the flncl re'iuesled to.a/me with contributions from theiirespective s( r () W A WOOD, 23 Water st./ WILL of )Balbonr; cozVfglith ;(

I Tote Spring Term, 1S 14.N Sec. 3.from Be the it further tax aforesaid, shall he re'icr'\-c.i\ j tes, locating particularly the GIN.-One pipe II(011 a" Coffee,. Dale,"Henry l?of the Stated

il ," James Boon,) DIVORCE. and arising used only for the benefit of the City Hospital Scene" oAnecdote"contributions in the will|roper b. very County nunn 01- HOLLAND ,just recc.ivrd by 1' Judicial Cir N L. LIGQN; co.,1f >
V LIBEL FOR and Counci District.the GARD i \ HenTf
vs. the Mayor .j\bbeville
U ; under such regulations as of< them from the far North and f ,
S any
Piety Boon. erous amy sep30 40 W at INGS E. OWgjSr J>
d \ will take notic may prescribe. friends to the postage '
\ f defendant in said case, IS44.! We, I/ust request my pay 4 HAf Troy Pike

i 11 ', THE we shall proceed to take the testimony Passed by Council 20th G.June RANEY, Mavnr.! on ifcni. I: shall ho aided in this amusing and QALT.-l,2oo bushs Course Salt of aioperlOr V to'Col. "
I. a Dr. Nathan J. Pittman, William Gay, William mtere/nK! work by some of the oldest: and mosldistihed U quality,just received on consignm, tJ.

rt 'Jt I 1 V of Proctor and James Barnes, Esq., on Monday theixth &. CANDLES. boxes Soap; Members of the Sourhern Bar. For sale by I '/ ..A n.illist. l', HeIU1CO. '

\ I day of MaY- "ext. at 10 o'clock, A. M., at SOAP do Sperm Candles, for sale by $All communications must be directed U RAYMOND & H/ DIN, Gen. ;:t\ICAlhster; .Iontgoltltl'1a'J.I
it. Belser,
Wattr E *
\ the store of Battue t Brothers, Rocky Mount ;I DODGE & GARDNER m/t "Pensacolai*Florida.: sep30 f HOflas Fort Games, Ga.
now filed wit] 40 Water !oit.OSNABURGS.l0 RICHARD ROE. r ohn -ill 'S. jhAry
j North Carolina, bf s'ep30 iRN.-ioo bushels New P'..rnceivei per Gen' Chester k McGriff Ap p
1st 1S44. 1\1/9. r
ensacola July ,
of laid Court i l
r -- the Clerk YONGE & TAYLOR sale bales by Cotton Osnaburgs ((0 Editors favorable to the undertaking wil ,__, stratner Siren, for sale by ,. .:,\ _V'.V -Z U. 25th, tSH.1Tv .

i 's Solicitors for Complainant WOOD 23 Water st. please copy. aepSO \V A,07"
t W A ,
In wp30
i a. II V ,0)1ri1z1na. April ad.1844. ap9 ,

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