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CARDS.

Wylie & 1TIcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Apalachicola.
ALVA WYLIE,
WM. A. McKENZIE, ) sepl ly

David G. Raney,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.
B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa.
Dodge & Gardner,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
decl8 Apalachicola, Fla.
H. R, Wood,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.,

Francis Kopman,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.
James Gibson,
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAINTER
AND GLAZIER,
Apalachicola, Fla.
W- Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, &c. &c. Work done
on the most reasonable terms. aug19
James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
Office, JNo. 44 WVater street.
0jC- He would respectfully solicit the patronage
of his friends and acquaintances.
HIt. R. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
A. L. Clements,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 23 Water street,
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa.
1L, W. Spratt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
W ILL for the future reside in this city. All
who have committed legal business to his
care while a resident of Quincy, will please ad-
dress him at this place. He will continue a regu-
lar attendance upon the courts of Jackson and
Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at
Tallahassee.
Office ove W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street.
Apalachicoa, Jan. 8, 1844.
_. ,t'5a & Owens,
ATTORNEYS f COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Ab,:vuie and Troy, Ala.
'" LL praactic., in the County and Circuit
V' Courts of lthe.iounties of Montgomery, Pike,
Coffee, Dale, Hlenry nd Barbour, composing the
eighth Judi-ild Circuit of the State of Alabama.
WOODSO0i L. LIGON,
Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.
HASTINGS E. OWENS,
Troy, Pike co., Ala.
-Refers to -
Col. A McAllister, 1 enryco Ala,
Gen. A J McAllister, ryco.
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala,
Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga.
Messrs. Chester & McGriff, Apal'a. Fa.
January 25th, 1844. jan29 tf
Win. Sydney Green, '1. D,
DR. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres-
sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
der himself more useful in his profession.
Office on Centre, near Water street. dec25
" BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS
Thios. M. Doyle & Co.
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS,.
Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and
Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly on
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows:
WHITE LEAD--Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2;
White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;
Green and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orange do;
FINE COLORS :--Ultamarine and Cobalt ;


Lallow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; English do;
Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushfs from No. 1 to 6,000,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8; Badger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of
French, English and American.
Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats,
Shipping and Plantation use; together with a
variety of articles in the Painting line, too num-
erous to mention. jy6 y


CARDS.
N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLLMBUS, &c.&c
AD V E RT I SE M EN T S..

.No. 136 Water S 80o Pim street.
NEW YORmt)
PHILANDER KIMIBALL, Troprietor.
Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIEt
N'o. 2261 Bowery, near Rivisgton st.
NEWYORK. novel ly
Andrew S. Coolie,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitou.as st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
janl5 t1nov Apalachiola, Fla.


SHEPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, WM. H. WYAT-
Lippiancott V Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupibulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly


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LA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, i844. [NUMBER 42, .*'rt

Fdr the Commercial Advertiser. meet the trained ds of the hero of so many fue horrorosa..'tll'...*r, cavalrv.sick, baggage ,.
TR RT victories. The who, hurriedforward in regular mules, every thlingtlh'a,',.aomanied the aray .
T'IE R ETUR N "I.. .. ." ., ... .. r-.
u-i line, through an opemrairie in the face of the was a chaotic )aa. burid in mud.' These ".'-
Sweet Florida-land of my love, enemy, unsheltered fro their fire, trailing their was no wood to cook,or provision to be cookd .-r ;
Once more I've returned unto thee arms to within sixty or s.eaty yards. The mu- except a few beans aii a little salt; ammuntit.,
Thou land of the myrtle and dove, sicians meantime played a come to Santa An- wet, muskets rusty, mei sick and dying, no do4t. --;;
Giv a welcome aeain unto meo na- tors or medicnmes. 1-iad but the enemy,' (a '.
Give a welcome again unto me.'Will you come to the bower I ve shaded for Filisola, 'met us mnderthese cruel circumstance' .,
Once more.in t4y sweet-scented bowers you.' on the only road that was k-lft, no alternative' ..
My footsteps with eagerness roam; The artillery meanwhile galloped wardr, and mained but to die or suirerider a,', discretion.
I beln to thee loved land of flowers took station within two hundred yards-he one- "Such was the battle .f-San J;acintoand its te4 -
S briong t t, eeI l bved i hm s, my's breastwork, and poured on them a Iey 6f suits. The fate o s'anta Anna is wellknown.- ,
My brightest, mpst beautiful home grape and canister, which caused great confl n, Liberated by the Texian &,.verment, lhereturnel .
The hearts that are dearest are here the Mexicans never once venturing* from beh. to Mexico under a pledge o ,obin a rekognittio,., '.
Then whyrs hao d leave hee area their breastwork. Colonel Sherman, with his- of our independence. Hi- first att was 4 fit oe ".
Then why shol I leave ee again division, was the first to engage, commencing editions aiainrst Texas, again t,, be tefeatea' ..
When the prized nad the loved ones arenear, the actionon theleft wing, the whole body ad- an' finally destr.,iyed. The war contL auel with'.
Who fears eith r sickness or pain vancing in double quick time, shouting, Re- out missionn until 11May. !43, when 'vknrtir i
Then hail to the ight sky above, member the Alamo, Goliad, and Tampico.'-- twice wa- tered ,,htubeteen the twvvept.
Then hal to te ri sy ao- ie Tihe enemy, in the interval, had given us volley r... ''"-'
To the land of th'e oak and the vine; volley; we, however, coming within point 10Flowers.--Vhen a sumnrmvis delightful sear .
Thou might hoose otheflandvoforthy wee hosecoerrcomv ng w wrm topbent
Thou might choose other lands for thy love, blank shot before we raised a gun. Then each arrives, rare y tliscourtry toowarm to be i. ,- ;,
Thou, Florida, thou art for mine. man took cool and steady aim, and seven hundred joyed throughout r-,e day in the open air, there. .
rifles and muskets rent the welkin. It was our nothing more ,rate n a profusion of cho -
flowers around and wrain 1OUr dwelhin".T'. "
THE INVASION OF TEXAS--BATTLE OF first and last volley; charging without a halt, we bse t rtent rn i es
SAN JACINTO. were in another moment in possession of the tiful producons nature have, in our view, a
It is somewhat strange that the Texians appear woodland and the enemy's breastwork, the re- more delightful effect thrn he proudest aloon
to have no belief in the intentions of Santa Anna tnaining veterans of Santa Anna, mostin disorder- moredelidhtful eect and hante proudest f Genoao velvet
to invade Texas with 35,000 men, asked for, and endeavoring by flight to save their lives. The Thew richness Iol the latter, indeed, would be
granted for that purpose. Whether this cool in- right wing of Burleson had taklcen possession of heightened, and their eleance creased, by the -. I
difference arises frorn a knowledge of the vain- the breastwork, the artillery had charged up vicious introductionrof (lowers and foaage into -
glorious character ofthe Mexicans, orfrom Texian within seventy yards of the enemy's cannon, when them. The odour of lowers, the cool appearance
confidence in their own ability to defend the it was taken possession of by Millard's company. them The ltvve. o om species, and ,
young Republic, we cannot say. The Galveston The whole contest lasted about fourteen minutes, the beautifulrtints and varied orms ofpothers, are -
Civilian very coolly bserves- from the time of entering into action until we singularlygrateul to the sight, and refreshing at ,
"If the Mexicans could see the effect, or were incomplete possession of the enemy's camp, the sometime. Vases of Etruscan mould, con- .
rather want of effect, resulting here from their taking one piece of cannon loaded, all their co- training plants of the commonest kind, ofer those
empty pretensions cf invasion, they would proba- lors, carip-equipage, stores, baggage. Neverwas ines of beauty which the eye delights in follow-
bly save themselves some trouble. No one belie- victory more complete and decisive-more truly ing; and vari-orm leaves hanging festooned oaer
ves they are coming. The more the regret. If creditable to the conquerors, and more over- them, and shading them if they be of a light o-
they would only make at once the final attempt, whelming to the defeated. We (thecavalry) had 0, with asoft, grateful hue, add b tiha tl theit
in good faith, to reconquer the country, there is not charged and routed that of the enemy upon pleasing effect. These decorations are simple
a man in Texas who would not be grantified. We theright wing, and we now gave pursuit to the and cheap.
have now a superfluity of provisions for the sup- fugitives, whih chase did not cease until our ar- ad p
port of families while the men take the field, and rival at the bridge before mentioned, when the EXTRACTS FROM SEABROOK.'S ME-OITR OF THI
an abundance besides for the support of an army, greater part surrendered, and returned with us, COTTON PLANT,-- At the Conve0on at Annapo-
even of 50,000 men, should such an one be neces- SantaAnna, however, escaping for the time, in is, in c1786 M. ".. in a conve satonn with
sary; we feel the most easy confidence in our what manner will be seen below. remarked thatd, from the garden practice Tal:.
ability to flog any force that can be sent against us, The struggle on the breastwork had lasted bot, and the c-..mstances .of the same kind
and should be glad of an opportunity to settle at but a few minutes, our deadly fire having paral- abounding in Virginia, ,: *,. o reason to
once, and without the tedious forms of diplomacy, ized the Mexicans.' Many, however engaged hand doubt but that he U. S;, : .v.,...n- lt n be,.".,e
the questions of Independence, Annexation, our to hand, and we, having no bayonets, used the a great cotton -.. onntry. The evidence
relations with Mexico, and such others as have but-ends of our urriskets and rifles, like the war-, then existing o,: ..,- u.... especially the inter-
served to divide and disturb qs for a few yearspast. clubs of the India.s, many paving for it by having testing fact, that during ,urstiuggle for indepen-
If, however, Mexico does not now make a serious their shooting-irons break off'at the breach. The dence, Philadelphia Lad.a beenfrmnshed with native
effort to reconquer us (an&we do notIbelieve that rout commenced at half past four o'clock, andenoughttnworthe tWOliitedilingShosterling. erpound,and
she will,) we hope that the remainder of the world continued until dark. the information communicated ;. -eneral Thos.
at least, iticlding the wise politiciansof the Uni. Santa Anna, in disguise of a peasant, wandered Proctor, ofthat city byRichard L.-ake, of Georgia,
ted States will consent to regard us as really and about the country until the next day; he was removed all doubt in reference i- Ppra'ticabili-
truly an independent nation, which some of them brought into thle Texian camp, which is described ty of raising the gossypium, as a crop oan a large
affect of late tohave discovered that we are not." as follows; extent of the Atlantic coast. This con'i,'Ilon ot
It is no doubt a fact thatTexas is by w ar in a "General Samuel Houston, whose conduct and the public mind soon insensibly led to the belief
It~~~~~~~~ ~ lan ob aimtieasi yiiidni.phd hp.-n that the United States could also card and spin, its
better condition to repeal invasion now than she courage in the field was above praise, aI een thi ,th. U ryiTeate- ou-d a-, 1 .trji.Tr dpin. Th
was at the battle of San Jacinto, where au army severely wounded i. the niklos and w:A .ibrnbe:" result was a mission to Great Britain, at the ex.
of nearly 4000 men were put to flight y 6 or 700 ing on a blanket, at the foot of a spreadirng oak ,..n pense of Tench Coxe, to, obtain the machinery,
Texians, the latter under the command of Sam the morning'in question. I,, Lamar, and Carnes and all the information which it was important
louston But the Mexcl"n for'ce-, i ch has now stood near in conversation, when a man meanly the parties should possess. The i f.., no fa manu-
been authorized, and tinat collected,. is rather dressed and bespattered with mud, was ushered factoring society, established in Philadelphia, in
too formidable to be trifled wi^h. Santa'Anna isbefore us. Guessi,z the rank and character of 17S7, and the prevalent opinion, that the raw maa
too prudent to trust himself again in Texas, but Houston, he approached him squeezed his hand, terial might be made a profitable source of reve.
has appointed his old general Fillasola, to the comn- at which Houston awoke, and General Saita Anna he tariffto impose duty of three fir cents a pound
mand. Still the Texians are incredulous as to his then announced himself, in a state of gre.At ner- on foreign cotton, with which the U ited States
intentions; he has cried Wolf!" so often, that vous agitation. ere at that time supplied from the West Indiat
the cry has now no terrors for them. In referring Sir, "said the Texan Commander, pointing and the Brazils.
to the battle of San Jacinto, it may be that many to a medicine-chest close to his head, be seate.d. That, in 1792, the growth of cotton in this doun-
of our readers are not familiar with the details of Such accommodation as we have are at your ser- try was unknown to Mr. Jav,jor that as a com-
that most extraordinary and unparalleled victor mercial artilom the if act, that in the treaty eligoe, isa
Th United Service Magazine contains an article Santa Anna did as he was requested, and then obvious from the fact, th nuth ttar eoetia
in relation to it, Written by one who fought in it, demanded some opium, which having been fu- shoulbe imported from America. the object of
which is full of interest, and indicates the charac- nished him, he appeared somewhat more corn- that diplomatist being to secure to the Enghlish the
ter of the brave and hardy pioneers who establish- posed, and said to Houston, "You were born to no ca.rrige of the West India cotton to its market in
ed the liberties of Texas. We make the follow- ordinary destiny---you have conquered the Napo- Europe. This is the reason why the Senatd re--
in extract relating to the battle, which our leon of the West!" nused to ratify the 12th article of that treaty. In
readers will be gratified to peruse, we are quite We could not forbear smiling, though regar- half a century how wonderful has been the revo-
sure forits singular events and extraordinary re- ding thevaunter with such vast hatred;for though inon etieted in the cotton husbandry of the'
ue oeready to sympathize with any brave but vanquish- -,,'ed S tI-e In I782 the entire Crop was 134,
SAbout half past three o'clock in the afternoon, ed warrior, the massacres of the Alamo, Goliad, The f first Provincial Congress in this State, hed
General Houston gave orders for the officers ofthe and Tampico had filled ourbosoms with sentiments in January, 1775, recommended to the inhabitants
Texan army to parade their respectivecommands, so bitter towards this man, that pity had no abi- to plant cotton, but their recommendation was al-.
i',vi in in the meantime, despatched little party dingplace. Houston turned the conversation to most entirely disregarded. The whole quantity
to de.trov a bridge, the only one communicating these subjects, when Santa Anna defended them, of that commodity, prior to 1795, exported from,
wt the Brazos, and thus cut off all possibilty of on the ground of expediency and.having received the United States, was inconsiderable, but in that
speshoud theenemybe v wished And .strict orders from his Government! This was year it amounted to 6,276,300 bs;- of thisthe pro-
yet Santa Annasays this bridge was destroyed by quite as absurd as if Caesar, or Cromwell, or Na- 53tio tribute by Sout Carolina was
the Texans to retard his pursuit, when he crossed poleon had spoken of orders ; every one knowing Amo,5 he eot o Chl ownro
it on the previous day entire The gallant little that he was, and still is, military despot and November, 1747: to November, 1748, are included
army paraded with alacrity and spirit, all impa- dictator in. Mexico, ruling people and parliament seven bags of cotton wool, valued at 3 11s. 6d.
tent for the contest. Rest and food had done by the sword Houston then resigned his tent to per bag, In 1754, "some cotton" was again ex-
wonders each man felt able for two or three him, placing a guard of officers around to prevent ported from ,ouih Carolina. In 1770, there werb
e s: an oudy declared his feeling the vengeance of the soldiers, who furious at the shipped to Liverpool, three bale from New Yorks
Mexicans, and loudly ecu r-lesis ing.- cold-blooded slaughter of their companions, cried four bales from Virginia and Maryland, and three
Their great inferiority in numbers--less than one- 8 Whil11fel bales from North Carolina. Ce!fore the Revolu-
half--appeared only to increase their enthusiasm aloud for him to be put to death. While a 1 tionary war, Virginia exported, co ReNious A-
and confidence, and render them more anxious to he deserved any fate that might befall him, yet all as, hemp flaxseed and coTTO, to the valhe of
begin, Remember Crocket,' said some bosom- were well aware that, as a prisoner of war, he was .,, n,. In 1784, an American vessel that carried
friend of the murdered hunter. Recollect Fan- entitled to our protection, and that his having eight bags to Liverpool, was seized on the ground
nin,' whispered some ancien ami. Aye, and violated every divine and human maxim would that so MUCH COTTON COUL) NOT BIS THE PRODUCE
Bowie and the Alamo,'.chimed in others; and be no excuse for our doing the same. Oe r E ) UNITED STATES. In 1785,14 bags; in 1786,6
' teh wr st and look d of egacepse "Next day a'convention Was signed between bags; in!787,109 bags; in17SS,389 bagsim1789,842
teeth were set, and looks of vengeance passed ex ay ina convna won odeedG 1eea bags; 1n 1790, 81 bags were received in Europe from
long the impatient ranks. Our position afforded Houston and Santa Anna, who ordered General tas con1 t ese1r bagswwereeive dinyrectl
.. .. .. ..... :. . tisco otr : of these, 153 bags were sent dlirectly.


ae General every facility and opportunity for ma- lisola an aona to retire to an Anon a portion of the remainder by he way Of hil.
emens prparaory o anBexa, ad Urea t Vi a Afina trety a'Ind a portion of the remainder by the way of Phila.;
kingall necessary arrangements preparatory to an Bexar, and Urrea to Victoria. A final treat) was delphia and New York, from Charleston. The
advance without our designs being exposed to on the 1st o May entered into between 'His Ex- first bag of cotton sold in South Carolida was,
the tnemy. To the first regiment, commanded cellency the General .in-chief of the army of purchased in 1784, by John Teasdale, from Brian
by Cdonel Burleson, was assigned the centre.- operations, President of the Mexican Republic, Cape, then factor in Charleston. The firstbagof
The sondregiment, under the command of Co- Don Antonio Lopezde Santa Anna, for one party; the wool exported from that city to Liverpool, ar-
lonel Sherman, formenid the left wing of the army. and His Excellency the President of the Republic rived January20lh, 1785i per Dianas and was con-'
The artilery, under the especial command of of Texas, Mr. DavidG.Burnet, fortheotherpar- signed to Messrs. & J. Teasdale & Co.much
T'he exports from 1790, though -very much,
Colonel George W. Hockley, Inspector-General, ty; by which the former bound himself 'no to mixed up with foreign cottons, slowly but steadily
was placedon the right of the first regiment, and take up arms, nor to influence their being taken creased until 1794, when a powerful impetus was
four companies of infantry, under the command up, against the people of Texas; and thus ended given to the cotton culture by the invention of thw
of Lieut. Colnel Henry Millard, sustained the the first war of independence, saw gin by Eli Whitney, of Massachusetts. This
artillery upon the right. Our cavalry, sixty-one General Filioso, and Urrea then commenced ingenious but unfortunate artist, who by his ma-
only in number, so many horses having been a retreat; quite disastrous in the extreme, chine doubled the wealth and means of employ.
only in number, so many horses havuing beeni a e eat qdu e thiss dmal circumstance ment of his countrymen, and thereby in an especial
killed and wounded on the previous day, were and attended with every dismal circumstance, manner conferred on te planthereby nation Statnespec a
commanded by Colonel Mirabeau B. Lamar-to which could add to its natural desagremen. The Manner cnferred on the plantimated in monStates a
this position he had attained in consequence of Mexican General in the first place monopolized bwas rewarded aby South Carolina,be esNorth Carolina,mne
his daring gallantryofthe previous day, his corn- the waggons to carry their own private plunder, and Tennessee only. The first appropriated li0,
radesinsisting on beirg led by him to the charge, the baggage oi the troops being left behind.- 000 for the use of his invention within her limits
I had exchanged my company for a command un- Rains poured down upon the rich alluvial soil be- the second .laid a tax of five years of 2s. 6d. upon
der Lamar. tween Brazos and the Colorado, had changed the every saw in every gin that was mounted within
"To begin the action we were dispatched to green pararies into seas of mud, in which the its jurisdiction; and the last imposed a tax of 37A
1To begin the actions we were dispatchied to gre parr.e in sea, ,,o,,ated At one lace cts upon every saw, to be continued for four years.
the enemy's left, in front of which we rode, as if Indian canoe might have floated. At one place, C ton every saw, to be continued for four yea
to tempt them out, but in ain; all was still and called Atasquito, says one writer, they sufflred ,Nete t din n pecuniary benefit from his th.
quiet, though the sentinel were carefully ob- the most. Here they were overtaken by dreadful He expended the whole amount received from South
serving us. This should be\remarked as many cold rains, in the middle of a swamp, through Carolina-from the other States he received a
call the battle a surprise-ftone, however, but which with the utmost difficulty the progress of mere pittance-in defending himself against
the paidservants of Mexico. Meantime, an ex- a da# was about three miles.' By dint, however, arbitrary and vexatious suits, and in prosecutions
tensive island of timber enabled Houston to con- of great exertion and courage, they succeeded in for violations of his patent right: ver the grave
f centrsivate is forces, and of timb er enable m thence in dragging the artillery and waggons through these of this distinguished benefactorof the human race,
f centrate his forces, and to deploy them thence in dragging the. a ekryal Fisolins ad tch a monument is erected, with this simple but
gallant style, agreeably to his design. Everything dismal swamps. General Filisola, in a dispatch a expre nt isrcted, ws
succeeded admirably, the troops showing an un- (of this retreat I rely wholly on Mexican author esv The inventor of the saw gin."
a expected regularity and discipline. Every evo- ity, having dispatched to Galveston directly after
- lution was performed with precisionand alacrity, the capture of Santa Anna) to his own Gover One seldom finds that for which he seeks, when
and then, at the word of command, advancing to ment, speaking of the 30th of April, says, La noche he searches for it with impatience.


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


Commission Business.
New York, March 12th, 1844.
03- WITH a knowledge of business derived
from aft experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of all kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-
turns for all sales effected, and answers to all
orders with which they may be favored.
Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of
'Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 6m 1 78 Pearl street.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
100 kegs White Lead;
5 bbis Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp;
75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes;
100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes;
Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &c.
Just received, and for sale by
B. S. HAWLEY,
jcl cor. Chestnut & Commerce stects.
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fore be co itiaued at our discretion, and charged
according, to tne foregoing rates.
Legal Advertisetnents of which the term of pab-
lication is mixedd by law, will only be excepted
from the above rule.
To those wio advertise by the year a liberal dis-
conat will ae nade; but all advertisements not
strictly pertaining to their own business, as
well as all legal advertisements sent in by them,
will be charged at the usual rates.
All announcemets of candidates for office, will
be charged tiy DOLLAnRs during the canvass,
payable in all 69ses in advance.
All Communicatiogns. (when o.l.:isib'le f a
personal or individual natur".., ,,' us .o1 new
inirentionas, gooA &c.. -vill1b4 ,-Tn,.d -v as
advertisements, al our .; t,..;- ti .
M'-The folulo.,vi'.u;ic '. ." mr a iaori-
zed a).,gents; and they are e (i;,.v: -d to r..;:ceipt
'or t.e pav'rneait of any subsriptions, advertise-
nients or other printing, to be forwarded to us:-
B. G. ALDE .UNA.S, Marianna, Fla.
J, S. SANcAEz, St. Augustine, Fla.
JAs. PENr, St. Joseph, Fla,
N. BAxxR, Brown's Ferry, Fla.
A. S. GREENwooD, Albany, Baker Co., Ga

NEW YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKETS.


Regular Packet Line.
Ship Martha Washington,...J J Doane, master.
Ship Floridian, ........... ..Wm. Pratt, ,
Ship Uncas.................P W Latham, ,
Ship Emblem,..............A L Dyer, "
Brig Manhattan,...........W H Doane, ,
Brig Ann Eliza, ........... W C Park, "
Brig Metamora,............. H Ashley, ,
T HESE vessels are of light draft of water,
built expressly for the trade, of the best ma-
terials, copper fastened and coppered,, with hand-
some accommodations, and will sail punctually
as advertised. When the day <& sailing falls on
Sunday, the ships will sail on tho Monday follow-
ing. The price of passage is $40, without liquors.
0- All goods forwarded to tie subscribers, at
New York, will be shipped freeof commission,
E. D. HURLBIT & CO.,
84 SouIt st., N.Y., or,
NOURSE, STCNE & CO.,
sep3 46 Water st., Apal'a.




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'. itb him, but going into
ose, he was arrested by the
,' and thrown into prison.
Snoised to pay over to the
ars a large sum of money,
., Vet when the agents arrived
-,ale any such payment, ,-d
Canton spoken of.
.tatehitoches Chror-lte of the


i 'ns the report naat President
/ )N h C rived at the scene of the recent
.l.e..rs in Eastern Texas. ile had called out
':' :f itiaof Sabine and S. Augustine counties,
i"..... id succeeded in capering Waller Morman,
'h leader of the RegUlators." This individual
'ts mediatelyly prcon trial on several indict-
: bfor treason mnd murder. The report that a
.ii,. battle hld taken place between the rival
['is is also confirmed. Sixty or eighty per-
soia are said to have been killed. The Chroni-
S: .:es that such has been the turbule.it and
vi_i :r conduct of these lawless bands for a year
,i !"- .. that society on the frontier was completely
anized, and the adjoining parishes of Lou-
a. i kept also in a state of alarm. Among the
S' eg committed it is reported that the "RiRe;-
1' pursued one of their victims into the pa-
S De Soto, and& murdered him within a few
"' : ,f Mansfield.

.J Hiher Line of Packets.-In addition to the
p'.: 'd fleet of liners already running between
.'v Vork and Liverpool, another line has been
Ac' ,*,, to be called the St. Gcr-. -.-.s Line of
,," and to consist of the following new
S;---St. George, of 1000 tons, Capt. Ferris;
Hale, of 800 tons, and the St. Patrick,
.n." Ir, of 1000 tons.
>,eTi Propellers.-The New York Sun, says,
,-. hai/enow at our wharves a steam propeller
a *. for China and another fitting out for the
S' Itan. of Constantinople, while the Iron Revenue
".:ters Spencer" and "Legare," (both built
;,teo, at Messrs. Dunham & Co's. steam boiler
"' Icomotive engine foundry,) call forth the
idmitration of every one as they move around the
h-irbor. These cutters are about to be dispatch-
,J )v the government on a trial of speed, to test
1'.n merits of their respective modes of propulsion.
Thie "Legare" has Erickson's propeller, and the
-Spencer" Hunter's. Both are very similar,
at, ;o Erickson belongs the original honor of in-
v ertion.
85 It seems somewhat singular, says the New
Orleans Picayune, that the sailing packets which
reach New York bring more passengers than the
Steamers. The list of those who came out in the
-'Victoria," would fill a third of one of our columns.

GROWTH OF PHILADELPHIA.-The Philadelphia
North American states that the new buildings erec-
ted orin course of erection, during t(he present year,
were 400 in the city proper, 118 in the Northern
Liberties, 459 in Spring Garden, and 143 in Ken-
sington. Total 1120. Add to this the new build-
ings in Southwark, Moyamensing, and West Phil-
adelphia, and the aggregate will exceed 1300.
W- The Potatoe crop of the United States ex-
ceed one hundred and eight millions of bushels,
equal in value to 927,000,000. A serious loss, if
this crop should fail this season, as apprehended.
OU- The Orleans Ball Room, with the bar and
saloon attached, which was last year leased for
$4000, was a few days since adjudicated at public
auction for one year for the extraordinary sum of
$9,791.

The assessedvalue of property in the city of
Brooklyn this year shows an increase of ,1,415,728
over the assessment of 18-13.
CRICKET.-The match for $1,000 a side, be-.
tween the Toronto Cricket Club, and the St
George's Club of New York, terminated on Thurs.
day in favor of the Canadians. The following i:
the score:
Toronto C!ub-ilst inning 82,21 innings 63--l,1
St. George's Club, 1st innings 64,2d do 53-122
'The St. George's Club were one player short on
theirseconds inning, he not arriving on the ground
till after the game had been finished; but it is no
supposed that he could have altered the result.-
The New Yorkers offered the Canadians to corn
mence another game on the following day, fo
from $500 to $2,000, but the latter declined.

A GOOD PLAN.-The Prussian Govemnent, in or
der to avoid as far as possible accidents upon thI
railhoads, has founded a school at Berlin for teach
ing the art of directing and managing locoimotives
and an ordinence has been issued that from man
after the 1st of January, 18-16, no persons shall b
employed as drivers of locomotives on the railway
of the kingdom but those who have been tauglh
at this school; and obtained a certificate of thei
capacity.

FRANCE AND AME.ICA.--t is stated that r'5o;i
v Phillippe has had a new branch organized in th
Foreign department, which is to be exclusively
occupied with American affairs, at the head c
which Mr. Lavergne, so well known in the literary


and political world, has been placed.


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67'9 E IAL ABMV"ISE 0

AP' L.QIIICOLA, MOMNDA.X OCT. 14, J344.
"7'hie Post .Aisters of the several counties
ih i ut the Territory, will oblige 7s by for-
as soon' as possible after/tlh Election,
/;I as of feir counties; and ly so doing
S.' *A.'., con filr a favor which oill be duly re-
'1 s/end to each a copy of (Ur paper con-
tat the complete returns.
./,4dt.- :" Com'l Adv'r Offce,
ApalachicAa, Fla"2'

.. ieconder Caught-rhe N York Tribune
a-'. .'* ";Kos' -,sonding financier from
Gi.5T. is i" many. He had taken
i'p',) in a n where the authorities


conversation with inteliigAen} and wealthy planter.
from nearly every part of the Stte, are contirmet
by all our other sources of information. This dis
s astrous result of a season that promised in th,
early part more richly than ay for se ne year
pist, is not conifint-'l to thisSt:;te, but is tna,, wit
5 more or less of initio.i r of the ,i' e cottonr
2 growing region. Ti- pc'i lianrity of ,ie growth is
n that the plant attained ia p;'rec ois ] in itliilv, amn
That all growth, atid cons-quently all psible ,in
crease of the product is now at an end. The cro
t is now nearly all gathered or ready for gathering
- Frost may come early or late ; it is all the spme-
Sthere will be nothing for it to kill. Favorable Ic
cavities may, to a limited extent, have escaped
r this injury ; but, beyond a doubt, the disaster ha
been general. The Sea Island crop is believed t
be nmueh better than thie Upland, as one night ex
pect.
e MILITARY OF TrE I.eNiTEr) STATE '.--By the la i
Official report to Congress, it seems that the Mili
Stia force of the several States amounts to one rni
d lion seven hundred and forty thousand and eight}
e two, of which 1,347,383 are infantry.

t INCREASE OF .PROPERTY IN Bos'rox.-Tlie Bosto
ir Transcript says, that in this city an increase (
17,000,000 in assessment value of property h;
been made this year, and the rate of taxation
s of course less, being 16 on a thousand instead
e $ 20.
y
af Yellow Fevr.-']'wo hundred persons died
y yellow fever at Galveston during the four weel
ending August 11.


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DEMOCRACY vs. REPUBLICANISM.
We copy the following extract from an article
published in Brownson's Quarterly R{evie'v,"
which illustrates and defines in a most satfstac-
tory manner, the difference between aDeirocratic
and a Republican form of Governmeit. We
commend it to our readers :
"Our fundamental institutions arc 0 the states-
man what the gospel is to the chbrchman-the
law which he is to develop and a)ply, but in no
case to change, or set aside. vW may seek pro-
gress, but only progress under md through exist-
ing institutions. This is thr law I prescribe to
myself, and what I mean by Conservatismn.
I not only take the Ciaservative side, but I
contend that our instiAtions come under the
denomination ot'f a Cotitutional Republic, and
not under that of a jpmocracy. The established
political order in tls country is not the democratic,
and every attend" to apply the democratic theory,
as the princir0 of its interpretation," is an at-
tempt at re'olution, and to be resisted. By a de-
mocracy- understand a political order-if that
may bp^alled order which is none-in which the
peorU primarily, and without reference to any
anority constituting them a body politic, are
ield to be the source of all the legitimate power
in the State. The people are above the Consti-
tution, and instead of being governed by it, are
its creator. The Constitution is, and can be, only,
.a rule, which they lay down for themselves, and
which it is optional with them whether they will,
follow or not. It is, under the relation of govern-
.ment, as good as no government at all. In a con-
stitutional republic the great body of the people
may be citizens, and share in the administration
of the government; but they can administer the
government only under the Constitution, and can
hold and exercise power only by its authorization.
The Constitution may be alterable, but only by
its own authority, by virtue of its express provi-
sions. This I hold to be the actual character of
our political institutions; and so holding, I must
need resist the attempts to convert them into a
democracy, and seek to rally the sound and re-
flecting portion of the community to their sup-
port, as they are.
But, while contending earnestly for the con-
stitutional theory, in opposition to the democrat-
ic, I contend, by whomsoever administered,
should be administered for the good of the whole
IPopl?. etliecially of the poorer and more numer-,
o'i| el... It is here, in relation to the end for
which government should be administered that
democracy has its legitimate, and only legitimate
place. So far as we understand, by democracy,
the constitution and administration of the gover-
ment for the interests of the great mass of the
people, so as to break down all factitious distinc-
tions of class or caste, and maintain all, not theo-
retically only, but practically, equal before the
law, I am, of course, a democrat; any further
than this, or in any other sense that, this, I am
not, and never havebeen a democrat. The great
social end I have always aimed at, in all my pub-
lications, and to which my whole life is conse-
crated, is the moral, intellectual, and social ame-
lioration of the less favored classes, on whom falls
the principal part of the. burdens of society, and
who receive a very few of its honors, or its ad-
vantages. To this end I am called to labor, by
my sympthies as a man, and by my faith as a
christian, not to say'by my profession as a christian
minister. But lir'ring fI r this end in one thing,
laboring to establish, or rather to realize, the poli-
tical theory, which derives all power from the
people, wtnry-e-tD--th-smi-jeets, and leaving
them free to do whatever they choose, is another,
and, unless I greatly deceive myself, a very dffer-
ent thing.
"This political theory I have never accepted,
and never can accept, till I am convinced that
government is no longer necessary. It is utterly
incompatible with government itself. "

The following letter, dated at London on the
the 16th August, and published in the Augsburg
Gazette, is quoted in London journals as of some
authority :
"Orders have j'.ist been given to arm several
ships of war and frigates. The number of seamen
atpresent receiving pay amounts to 36,000 men
the warsteamers represent a force of 13,500 horses.
It is not doubtful that in six weeks a fleet would be
ready to assemble at Spithead. The tnrn which
affaihtrs have taken between France and England fa-
vors the views of the Emperor of Russia. The
proposals made by that sovereign when in London
have been renewed by Count Nessderode. I am
assured that the French Governmeit is foily in-
formed on this ,.!,:., 1. The Court of St. Peters-
burg is said to have offered the Queen of England
an alliance, offensive and defensive, in case of
war with France. The Emperor added that he
would place his entire land and sea force at the
disposal of the allied powers. It is easy to divine
the answer of the English Government. It expect'
that the Cabinet of the Tuilteries will yield to the
' equitable and moderate representations of Eng.
land, and that it will not be necessary to have re.
course to war. If, however, tranquility should
be interrupted, it would be the interest of all thi
European Governments to put an end to it at
quickly as possible by displaying an imposing force
: It is, therefore, beyond doubt, that in case of wa
there would be a Russian-English alliance."

TuE CAEOLJINA Co'rTToN Cnor.-As a matter o
f general interest we make the following extrac
from the Charleston Mercury of the 18th inst :-
The letter of our correspondent gives a rnelan
clioly picture of the cotton crop, and his stateinents
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The Texas Question.-The Septe.nber number
of the Democratic Review contains an admirable
article on the "Texas Question." It is ably
written, and comes from the pei.: of Alexander I-H.
Everett. The writer boldly slates his opinions
and saos, whatever may be the ultimate fate of
the treaty lately rejected by tho Senate, no hu-
man power can prevent t/iis measure from being
carried lino effec wit in a very fjew years."
,- The revenue of Boston for the months of
July and August, for (he years 1S43 and 1814:-
1841 .1843.
July. ......... 1-!,077 26 ) T 7.!' *' 3,
August,...... 674,715 56 460,716 98
$'i,. ,' .82 2 '771,680)36
Increase of revenue, f615,1E32 46.-Boston Po.t
Q An iron steamer, to ply on the Delaware
and Raritan Canal, is nearly completed at Cam-
den, N J even her decks are made of iron.


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I We copy the following Protect, signed by the
mate and passengers of the Schr. Pacific, dated,
Key West, Sept. 12th, 1841, bound from N. York
to Attakapas, with an assorted valuable cargo.
It appears that there has been some under-
handed work in the affair, and the Captain
has either been bribed or bought, and that the
schooner has been unjustly, and probably, ille-
gally condemned. We hope that the matter will
be fully investigated, and if there has been any
fraud committed, that the guilty parties will be
severely punished.
T.'. 'I ;,'; of Florida.
County of Monroe-City of Key West.
Johla Brown, mate of the Sehr. Pacific, of New
Haven, Connecticut, T. .. Walker, G. R. Bar-
ker, and Edwurdl C-oper, Passengers on board
said schooner Pacific, (ino hereby attest thai they
set sail on board said schooter at the port of New-c
York on the 24th dany of August now last past, hav-
ing on board an assorted cargo and bound for
Franklin, Attakap- e, and that nothing material
occnrred n',! ihCy aiiveI' a ',; i',ae'e, on il on-
day the 9th of September instant, where the ves-
sel was consigned to Mesrs. S. &3 {. Hale &
Co. In the afternoon of same day, Mr. Haley
sold some potatoes and other articles at auction,
for the master, Captain Murch; and on Tuesday,
at about 10 o'clock, got under weigh and proceed-
ed on onrvoyage. The wind light, drifted down
off the Light, and came too. Captain and crew
went on shore at sundown, and did not return un-
til 12 o'clock at night. After they got on shore,
Captain told the crew the schooner leaked, damned
the old box, and told them lie had as much money
as they wanted. Next morning a survey came
off, consisting of the following-Thoma Cunning-
ham, of the firm of S. & R. Haley & Co., Wm.
lierrihew, (formerly master of the schr. Ranger,
of Batimore, condemrnned and sold in this place,
and consigned to the same House,) F. Watlington
and C. F., Thompson, of this place, who ordered
the vessel to be taken to the wharf, and discharged
ofher cargo' nnri hove out for further examina-
tion A pilot cae on board and took hier to the
wharf. The miate ,nd passengers above named,
finding that the matter was proceeding in a man-
nier they did not think right, opposed and protested,
again st the proceedin,-, as the said schooner was
then in the like order, as when she left New York,
and that she did not leak any more than when she
left New York. They, therefore, did Protest,
anmd do herein most solemnly Protect, against all
and every person or persons whatsoever, that has
been concerned in the aniatter aforesaid ; and doih
declare that the said schooner P:,cific i- i'- the
same order to accomplish her said inteit.iJ, va'-
age, as she was the day she -left New York
(Signed) JOhIN -'.tOWN,
(G. Rt. ]3A2'7T',
E. COOPER,
T. J. WALKER.
Sworn before me, this twelfth day of Septem-
ber. A. I). IS14.
(Signed) A. PATTERSON, Not. Public.
I, Alexander Pitferson, Notary Public, duly
commissioned and sqwornt t for tihe "T'ror-y anI
County aforesaid, dlo hi'reby ceterttin iit the foi-e-
going document of Protest, is a true and correct
copy of the original on {iie in m office.
In testiniony ,'here'f, 1 '-have hereuit:a set
my lii]nd nd seal of office, at Key We t,
this twelfth day of Septemnber, in ti.e year
of our Lord one thousand eight unidred
and fnrty v-four.
ALEXANDER R PATTEPSON,
Notary Public.


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OCEAN STEAMERS.
Alluding to the revival of the project for the
establishment of a line of ocean steamers between
New York and England the N. Y. Express says:
The charter granted in 1839, called the Amer-
ican Atlantic Steam N ti. ,i.i. Co. is to be re-
vived. The stock was limited by the charter to
$2,000.000, in shares of $*500 each. It is pro-
posed first to build one ship o. 2,000 tons, and
other ships as the business may warrant. The
agent here is Junius Smith, E-q. who has had
much experience of this sort. The following is
an estimate by the agent of :he probable cost
and business of the steamer-
Calculation of Expense of building a Steam-I
ship of two thousand tons 1or the European
Trade.
Hull of the ship complete, 2,0(0 tons, at
$60o.................... ......... VI -
Coppering and copper work............. 10,000
Spars, sails, rigging, boats, pimps, an-
chors, cables, &c................... 15,000
Internal fittings........... .... 10,000
Furniture for seventy-five passengers
and officers ......................... 8,000
Water tanks, cooking stovesand fittings.. 4,000
Six hundred horse power steam engine,
with surplus articles............... 110,000
Paddle wheels........................10,000
Contingent fund...................... 13,000

SShip ready for sea willnot exceed $300,000,
and will probably cost something less than this.

Probable returns that the ship will make running
between ,New York and Liverpool.
Seventy-five passengers out and equal to
one hundred and fifty, average passage
money, 125...................... -,750
Eight hundred tons goods outward, at SJ7.. 5,600
Eight hundred home, at ..'... .20,800
Average returns from letters and parcels,
supposing the government; should refuse
to allow us any compensation for carry-
ing the mail ........... ............ 4,000


The disbursements for a voyage, are estimated
at $30,400 60. Profit of each voyage, going and
r, ti S,1;,. .l6,2"22. Deduct 21 per cent. com-
missions, and there is left for nett profits $17,000.
It is calculated that a steamer will make six
voyages in a year; which at tht above rate, would
yield an annual nett profit of 8162,042; showing
that she will do what all steamships ought to do,
viz : clear herself in three years.


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For the Commercial Advertiser.
POLITICS AND WOMEN.
The sewing society met at Mrs. Seguins-the
;andal of the day had been fully discussed-
he fashions for the coming winter-next in im- hc
artance-had been commented upon-and nearly w
alf a minute allowed to pass in silence-which sli
*as remarkable, as it never occurred before- st
vhen Miss Flitchum inquired of an old lady- mw
if she attended the democratic meeting on the sa
ill two weeks before." if
"Yes," said she, "and it appears impossible t
or any one who heard those speeches to give c
ieir vote to such a man as Henry Clay." bi
" You would probably think," replied Miss
'litchum, "just the same of Polk, if those l
et
peeches had been delivered by whigs." n
"No, indeed," broke in Mrs. Fatwig, who had o'
een itching to speak for a long time-"no, in- li
eed, whatever they may say against Polk, he is
n n
much better man for President than Clay-he is ,
, true patriot who will do nothing but what he h
hinks is for his country's good." tl
So is Clay," said a whigess, "and the only 0
difference is that the latter has the ability to per- ti
ceive what is good, and the former has not-Mr, a
Clay goes strong for protection, and judging from s
~n
appearances, (looking steadily at Mrs. Fatwig) it a
s what some ladies' husbands need more than n
mny thing else." v
"It will be yours, if you ever get one," re- tL
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plied that amiable lady. a
Those who require such protection," said a f
young democratess, are very few in comparison I
with those that desire annexation." s
SYes," said Miss Flitchumn, "if Polk is elected s
there is no doubt but that we shall all be an- \
nexed."
Here the conversation became general-that is,
all talked-none listened. Mrs. Fatwig was
finally heard to say-
"Clay is a man of no principle--a gambler-
and I'll bet the iIt. silk dress in town on Polk's
election."
"And I another," said the old lady.
The bets were instantly taken, and agreements
drawn Up in writing. Other bets were made and
some of the poorer members went so far as to
stake their petticoats, and other unheard-of arti-
cles. The subject was again discussed-the
greatest excitement and most l h.J.v-like feeling
prevailed-till Mrs. Fatwig, red with rage, pro-
nounced the whole whig party a set of thieves
and scoundrels.
"It is a shameful lie," said Miss Flitchum,
which words were no sooner uttered than the
former lady's fat hand came in such sudden con-
tact with her ear that it laid her upon the floor-
each party rushed to the rescue-the old lady
tumbled over \.t' Flitehum-a poke in the
stomach laid TMrs. Fatwig, heavily on top of the
old lady-who almost smothered with wrath and
her heavy burtthen, seized a pin wilh which she
pricked her so severely that she could nJi- t
down for several weeks after. Caps and ?p''-
dcles flew about with wonderful rapidy-fC.e- ,e
scratched-hair was punl.d--d'esses were 5r.,
and all the ferocity of feriniie c, minbat .xhi, ; 1i;
and even murder might have ensued, miurl r,'. ti,,
racket brought to the door a number of 'entlenen
who, by much exertion, and a few cuffs and
scratches, at length succeeded in stopping ttle
fight, and forcing them out of doors, where their
,husbands and guardians, who ,'i\'l not venture
within, were waiting to conduct them hornet.
SQUIB.

The Editor of the N. Y. -',,' in an articez".
upon the great power of individual efort in any
cause gives the following instance:
In the outset of Temperance reform in this'
State an individual, upon whose shoulders rqnch '
of its weight for many years rested, made an ar-
reinLei1.-l'1t with the editor of the Journal of
-Iitii,:,ity," at Andever, Mass., to furnish 8,000
copies for one year, at one dollar each. These
he directed to be sent to eight thousand gentle-
men in this State, who were recommended as be-
ing most likely to take an interest in the subject,
with the requ,'st that they would read and circu-
. late them. The amount of good accomplished by
this judicious donation of $S,000 is incalculable.
An intelhlieat individual, near the close of the
wear, assured a friend of the writer that the dis-
, tribvtiot of these papers had diminished the sale
of iltoyicating drinks in the small town of his
r 'sideice, to the value of-: $'.,',,,'0 ; thus saving
the people of a single town, in one year more than
thr-e times the cost of the paper.

.Miller's Last Version.--The Editor of the


From the Ladies' National Magazine.
THE SQUALL.
BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE REEFER OF "16."
We were on the coast of Africa, and had some-
ow got into the midst of a British Squadron, from
which we saw no chance of escape, But our
:ipper, as brave a man as ever held a commis-
on, resolved to carry on to the last. The wind
as fresh, and a heavy frigate was about two
miles astern, gaining on us so rapidly that' we
aw she would overtake us before night-fall, even
Swe should throw overboard the guns and saw
me timbers. But this was not the worst aspect
f our case. A corvette, whose single broadside
ouldsink us, was coming up on our weather
ow, and would soon be within cannon shot.
But so much had I been occupied during the
ist few minutes, and since the wind had fresh-
ned, in the excitement of our position, that I had
ot noticed the sudden change that was coming
ver the heavens, until an exclamation from the
eutenant called my attention to it. When last
looked astern, the sky was comparatively clear:
ow an intensely black cloud, spreading with in-
onceivable rapidity from a small speck in the
orizon, had nearly covered the firmament.- Then
ie frigate was distinctly visible with a pyramid
f canvass rising on her hull; now all we could
ee of her were her naked spars, scarcely percep-
ible against the dusky back ground, as she rose
nd fell uneasily upon -the swell The strange
ails on the weather bow were lost in the dark-
mess. A stifled, oppressive heaviness, was in the
ir; ,.iinriif'il ,-,,'iii2,' as those heard in a sick
ian's fevered dream, met the ear at inter ahls; the
rind, instead of coming in a ste.idy gale, struck.
he sail now right and left in unquiet luffis, and
n another instant, with ominous suddenness, died
away, and there was a dead calm. Around, as
ar as the eye could see, the waves were of a
itchy hue, like the fabled waters of the dead
ea. The corvette was lying just within cannon
hot, pitching heavily upon the long, troubled
swdll, her sails now bellying out, and now thrown
by the puffs flat against the mast. Before another
second she, too, fell dead in the calm. The men
lookedd at one another inii dumb amazeiment, fer,
often ar they had been in the tropics, they had
tleaer -*Ci ?o sudden a change in the sky.
,,, the barometer?" eagerly asked the
ca'), p *. vining the cause ot thecalm.
,,Ftai, L" .. he was answered.
e shall have a white squall, then, before
long, hlie 'shouted in the thrilling silence; make
fast every thing-lash and batten down-have all
ready for a run But surely the corvette's mad,'s
he continued as the distant ship, regardless of the
omnens around, opening her battery 'upon us, her
guns reverberating aWfully amid the supernatural
darkness; and the red flashes shooting from her
dark hull, like fire vomited from some sepulchral
bark, and lighting up the gloom with an unearth-
ly glare. Oh! it was a fearful sight to see man
combatting, when the elements were lowering
around him, and he knew not but in another
hour, he would stand in the presence of his God.
What can he mean ?" exclaimed the captain,
as the discharges leaped forth again and again from
the corvette's side, lighting up herdeath-like hull
sails and spars, and then leaving her almost im-
peree-' 't-.l.- in the gathering gloom, surely he
sees tea'-: s sof the sky. He is an enemy, but
G-od ,rserv'en him fro. hi's hresnzy."
'Phe ,-n ara-unquaiet, sir," replied the mid-
shipman forward, they want to return the cur-
ve,'.s fire."
,/:ilhlg we
l N 'i irT "r .*',v ':'" ::'t" *. .an, w ith
st'y ii ',en-' 'ir'"v, '':. : v i', t. i'.t' iig, w e
;'?lb 4,l'i t!er. i --C4 ij we l cW
Cromr wh'at lu;;rkxr to ex.;"ft thCi- s ,,[.
Everything or beard w. -o" *\\urry rc'd ,-',r-
grv, all \vw:s mald.' fast that co-ild b,, a '': ur iri a
altered to fit u-i 'or the 1. N t a r.: w s .s
u;no. In iive niintes we were rlhi.: ',i f Ce v:'
t 'r., b.re I pitching to the h rizo"t.
There it cones !" suddenly said the captain
in a thrilling vace.
We looked, aod lo! the cloudson the Iri
as if by maz'ic, vere lifted up, and a long: .
sickly light wea poured forth upon the v,. '
then came ,iI. ,I ,iZ.- and rushing sounds-t,
fearfully upon tie strained nerves in tha' .:-,.
gloom ; and aron the wild roar of the itto:
was heard hoahinam and shrieking'' ici.iz. '-. 1h,
as it rushed oxer the flattenedi vv,' e':-, i:e 4:
us vWell aft, hiowed us a .nwenm beflt a :, ,'
then sent us,,eare \ bolth are b I,: ,' v :, i .. 'i]" ; t. i spr- :',
sw ep CJU ',:p: sne-i:. ];!!^, ,. .',n: 'i. ',, .' "' ." '"e* ve-''1
e8' ns in- i'ti {i :!.:. :;i r ';.;3i ,-: 1 ,' {'. v n 1 rE
frm our si :h'. *. '' ,:. ,y i m. h'.. .' ; :?. "
if borne (,n C, ... ae nnirii oh 'tine s* ;,,;.
We spoke n(o', '.- ieard tila, we scarcely saw-
but each ma r s inig a roue, waited breathless-
ly till the firt phrenzy of the hurricane should
be spent.
It was v ,',l moment. In vain we strained
our eyes aromd to catch a sight of our late enemy.
Nothing met the eye' but the gloomy heavens
above, and the thick curtain of mist shrouding us
in its folds i while from our course, we felt that
we were careering on to the corvette, with a
velocity which imagination can scarcely conceive.
All at once we heard a boatswain's whistle shoot
out of the iapors ahead, and suddenly beheld a
single tall spar of the corvette, towering above
the gloom, which in another instant cracked and
went over her side, as the mists momentarily sub-
sided, and we saw that we were driving right
upon her, powerless before the gale. We could


Cincinnati Chronicle, who recently attended a
lecture of parson Miller in that city, gives the
following as kis latest expsitioi of the end of
the world-" He supposes that the material world
will stand ; that the sun and moon will shine on,
and t e1. carlh, scourged, changed in her surface
and ... by fire, will also continue in her
present astronomical relations to other planets.-
The good are to be saved, and only the wicked
become victims of the expected conflagration.-
Even the latter are not, some of his followers
aver, to be annihilated, but to live on and be
punished. The destruction spoken of is to occur
through the agency of a hail storm, the stones to
be about sixty-three pounds (a talent) in weight.
The effect of such a descent of hail in addition to
the physical consequences of its fall, will act
chemically upon air, and cause a separation of the
gases, and from this a general combustion will
follow."

(,c W'e observe with sincere regret, says the
N 0. Picayune, that there are those at the North
who are taking a deep interest in the fate of the
two negro thieves-Walker, now confined at Pen-
sacola, and the Rev. Mr. Torrey,*most deserved-
ly in prison at Baltimore. It is revolting to read
expressions of sympathy in behalf of those who
h-ve deliberately meditated such gross injuries to
Southern gentlemen.
Mr. Lewis Tappan might better employ himself
than by addressing his brother fanatics through the
newspapers in behalf of such worthies as Walker
and Torrev. We hope-and we are confidnt in
our hope-that the people of Maryland will take
proper care of Mr. Torrey; and we can assnr' the
unbi'lishing meddler, Lewis Tappan, that we in
this region will attend to Mr. Walker's case most
duly, and at the same time mind our own affairs.


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do little, if anything, with the helmn. The cor-
vette, moreover, was a wreck, stripped of every
thing, andbroachming to, with the waters rolling
like a cataract over her weather side, and her
horror-struck crew hanging in affiright in the
shrouds, ot wherever they could clutch a rope.-
Itwas an instant of breathless horror.
We came so near, bearing right downr toward
her quarter, that I could have jumped on board of
her, and for one moment as we rushed upon her,
I thought all was over. Wild, affirighted faces
were seen upon our decks, looking in the sickly
light, like ghastly spectres from the tomb, but not
a voice was heard, nor a breath drawn, as, with
the silence of the dead, we were whirling against
the ship, until the captain waved his, arm with
startling quickness, shouting,
"Hard up-h-a-r-d !"
The quarter-master jammed the helm, wc
quivered for a moment uncertainly, the next mo-
ment I knew not but I. should be in eternity,
when suddenly the corvette rolled with a heave
away, we just grazed her, swept by, and before
five minutes were out of sight. The last human.
sounds we heard from her, were the despairing
cries of her crew, borne after us on the wings of
the wind. When the gale had passed its first in-
tensity, and the mists that rose from the dense
spray had partially subsided, we swept the hori-
zon eagerly with our glasses, to see if we could
behold any traces of our late antagonists. It was
almost d&irk, and our vision was, therefore limit-
ed, but thoou-h the frigate could be seen well
niJh hull dvown upon the starboard quarter, nG
ve-4tige of t'e ill-fated corvette was discernable
even to the keenest sight. What her fate was
God only knows !




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CROOKFORD'S CLUB.
Who shall deny that there is luck in odd numn-
bers? When Crockford had a partner things did
not go on so well as might be desired-at least so
far as his partner was concerned, for he failed.
When Crockford set up for himself, he made a
fortune-not to say rapidly, but at a rate which
imagination stumbles at in the wild attempt to
follow it. No. 1 did everything-No. 2 worse
than nothing.
The end aimed at by Crockford was to make
money by the spoils of the gambling table. He
had a'dating genius, and he struck for great results
at once-and achieved them. Ile was resolved to
do greatly, or to fail utterly. What if he did
fail ? What was failure to a fishmonger ? He
would be not a whit worse off, or lower down- in
the social scale than before.
A mere gambling table was unworthy of a man
of his towering "imagination. To accomplish
what be desired it was necessary to make a grand
coup. The victims were to be the aristocracy,
and it was essential to ruin them in the most ex-
clusive style. He built a club house---not a com-
mon grand club house, but a species of palace,
gorgeous as an oriental fable,, dazzling, magical in
its profuse costliness-a miracle of gold1 silk,
velvet, and marble. This was the bait: Oh!
how greedily the fish rushed upon it!
There were Dukes without number, (the Duke
amongst the rest!) and Marquesses,,and what not.
Crockford adroitly put the thing into their hands.
He flattered them-decoyed them-helped to
bamriboozle them. There was a committee of
high-bornA men,, all panting- for the moment to
come when they were to be fleeced like sheep.
Here then was a g.irhn')iing house on a magni-
ficent scale, assuming- all the attributes and func-
Stioonas, and outward marks, ind iniward embellish-
me'i F "i' i aristocratic club. The idea was in
it.elfC a sroi<3 of g 'ius. One might have thought
that Ill thiie :irt of gambling had heei exhausted
on-, b)etoire; bit hera w.-i undoubtedlly quite a
nM'v (thi-o lt-a thi iH that never IhtJ struck any-
"-',, f ? .and pr, )tiv in'ty never agun be
.*... i.",.:t *s longr a3 th, wrrld li,;ts. There were
fi 1>z cl, n) lo'.y,^, to 1)- eir , where ereat play went
on ni'iitt ; hbut th- '"- w ier elly and originally
bona fide club ho rf ?*. Tf ge-tl-,nen, in club
houses thought ro-r tto -.,rnI. all i .Wt louir,
that was their .w1 ,i'r. anr uis w's a cluib
house created int o:' i ,' r- ,' r v fr
the sole pnir o0-1 -of ; 'T oc. ,',t r, ;cui:,-
tor hi n. lf at iti h i .. ;, .r .- i ,
and erven' "*r. ; i his : : :; '
confer u,.)on it his own na:ic! T ti. ,M;
unparalleled ; and it succeeded ian.proportion to
its paralysing audacity of conception.
Evev articulate 'fraction of the establishment was
carried( upon a scheme of magnifience worthy of
the ambitiousdgsign. How could it be otherwise,
with Crockford in the drawing-room and Ude in
the kitchen ? All the senses as wells the cornm-
mon senses of the members were entranced.-
They enjoyed all possible kinds of luxuries to
overflowing-for
Sometimes the pleasure is as great,
Of being cheated as to cheat!
Crockford stood alone in this awful scene. He
commanded the elements around him like a ma-
rician. *He stripped his great men of their rea-
dy mo'-v', and then wisely threw up the concern.
!lis eitds '\vr answered. He had amassed an
enormous fortune. He could make no more ot
his dukes and earls. They had nothing more tc
1 oose to him. He had nothing more to gain from
then. He threw up the die and the club-house.
mi stood apart to contemplate the ruin he had
-,n.)lis'i l 'e ,vorld
'' Clu went 01o, tbu1TtSitat Apii La -tiid
t h'd hecon"i a mere inanimate body. The ex-
,toment was over. The great fortunes wern
,,yr..1 T'h little oe could not revive the in-
4,-t ; r':,).t field of battle, strewn with th(
UloI md d',i i, w.s too vast a space for them tc
m.V e ,',io,. What wats to he done ?
in comn'nittee triad to manage time club o01
.-ir ow, ac,'vi't. rhey thought there was m
-, mynvstrv in the management ofa club. The'
,' il out their mistake, a":d at,.Lkt-very reluc
, tlv-.icknowledgadit. Th. re'.i! i- that C: r, e'K!
f>.7's p Club is now hJstai-:.i to ,.1 4-'[ 'oi T
mna, '>,1ntinua 1'- [1n u 0 -il ')'4.:, 0-i -: i,
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ctv;tror > is j,5t- it crowns the
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I ?*J' : ',';' saifes of Societyl-By Count
qlfrcd' d'C, 'e.-Tattling--It has somewhere
'been observed t.i'Ft, in good society, a tacit un-
derstanding exists that whatsoeveT, conversation
may take place shall be to a certain degree sacred,
and may not honorably be carried ouit of it, and
repeated to the prejudice of the utterer." This
axiom cannot be too strongly inculcated; as, if
such practices were allowed, all confidence would
be destroyed, and there would be no end to the
mischief caused by silly and malignant people.
Conversations ever have taken place, and ever
will, in which opinions are given, and motives
ecrutini7.Sd, truly and justly too, and with deci-
ded advantage to the world : as it is very often
the only way in which one hal' of jnankind can
be put upon their gu-rd against the other; never-
theles;, but few peool,' would be pleased to learn
that their designs, their foibles, o0r heir weak-
nesses, had been made the object of discussion, as
most men flatterthemselves the world will take
them at whatever value tiey may choose to set
upon themselves. There are none, therefore, so
despicable, as those traitors to society who hurry
from house to house, laden with the remarks
made bv one party upon another; stirring pp dis-
cord and strengthening hatred wheresoever they
appear-by whom every unguarded expression is
distorted or magnified, and who take a malicious
pleasure (too otten under the guis" of affection) in
wounding one friend at the expense of another.-
This is the bane of country society, and falls par-
ticularly heavy on those "accustomed to all the
Freedom of thought and frankness; of expression of
a'reat capital, and who find it 'ditacult, if not
'ml.qssihle, to adoaot the caution sonecessary in a
;annltco'.vn' nly
Con'- u.'itlv. ,rive your own opinion of people
fyou cv l ',i., !):h t voi aire not at li rt to repeat
hat ot itht-3-. Omlv In'-.y the re4it of one lady
'' 1-i to eitherr "' Well, Mir'ii, what do you
lMiss -\-aw says of YOu ? ShIe says, that
Vou have the t okest ankles, andthethinAet arms,
of any girl in tIt cou ity ; with a contour like an
alligator, andaci ad like a bisoa...."
Be cautious ho;%yo'i iidul-g' in ob(nac,1 in,
the presence of du1 c ,-monrn-.'lace )eopi : they
will either get ott o .temn er an mc risnxjieace pf
taking what you ;ay l\I'.llv. -,r i-'' will st r-'
and wonder at yum t;,l),i s- s'r.,
man." Poor Sisan !" P id a g.:mtlemnan to a
retty girl. ', Poo, indeed!" replied a lady, with


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DIED.
In this city, on Wednesday, 9th inst., after a
ilort illness, Mr. HENRY QUANT, a native of
mngland, aged 40 years.


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iT INTELLIGENCE .

PORT OF APALACIIICOLA..... Oct. 14.


CLEARED.
Brig Ann Eliza, Park, for Key West; -by B Elli-
son &.r Co.
ARRIVED.
Brig Virginia, Talbot, fin New York, to McKay
& Hartshornme.
Steamer Siren, Wheaton, from Chattahoochee.
Barge Flat ,,, ,i'-, Myrick, frorn Marianna, with
16 bales cotton, 400 bushels corn, 20 sacks corn
meal, to J F Farrior.
Benrneti's Box, from Brown's Ferry, with 13
bales cotton, to W G Porter & Co.
PAM' \-1.]ERS.
Per Brig Virginia-Miss Franks, Messrs. Jacob
Orth, James G McLean, Peter Betts, A Cum-
mings, Conrad Gttlemann, and 5 in the steerage.
I .r 'io.:ur iirc:;--.E C Rhoberts, He Smith,
Win Chester.
Per'Bargo Flat Shoals-Capt J T Myrick, Capt
J B3 Starr, Capt J Durham, Mr B O'Neal, S
O'Neal, B G Liddon.
IMPORTS.
NEW YORK-Per brig Virginia-176 bars iron,'
583 pcs castings, 435 pkgs mdze, to Mckay &
Hartihorne; 9 Perry & Dickinson; 47 Raymond &
llardin; 400 Lars iron, 931 pc- castings,'614 pkgs
mdze to- McKenzie & Wylie; 60 J Day& Co-; 138
harper l Holnes; 608 pcs castings, 202 pkgs mdze
1) B Wood & Co; 4 )Dodge & Gardner; I Hill,
Dawson & Co; 8\-T H & C I-I Austin: 22 W A
Az P C Kain; 4 T* L :.i5.1i-.l; 59 U -I Taylor;
155 bars iron, 337 pes castings, 307 pkgs to Green
'5 Connery; 23 Kimbrough t Ridgway; 86 W G
Porter & Cc; 14t) Ort; 2 J Schrotd; 3 1B S
IIiwley; ': S Sc1iffer; 1 fire engine, C Wilson;
40 pkgs mdze, B Ellisen & Co; 8 Roberts, Allen
.A Co; :37 Chester, [raror & McGrifl; 8 F Kop-
inan; 191 to order.


IN INFORMATION WAiTED.-Any person
Sknowving anything of one WM. H. HARDY,
who by trade is a Tin Plte worker-whether
dead or alive-will oblige us,by forwarding the
same to this office. When lastheard from, ,which'
was several years ago, he was Galena, Illin6is.
0- Editors of papers, in th6 West and South
West, will coi-i`r a favor, by copying the above.
Apalachicola, Oct. 14, 1844.


Blacksmithik g .cc.
T HE subscriber respectfully infoirms the citi-
zens of Apalachicola and its vicinity, that
he has erected on Commerce (in the i"ar of No.
22 Water) street, a BLACKSMITH'. SHOP,
where he is prepared to execute with peatness
and despatch, and on the most reasonable terms,
all work in his line of business, entrusted to his
charge. RICHARD PARKRIR.
Apalachicola, Oct. 14th, 1844-3m
N OTICE.-Six weeks after date I will ap'ly
to the Hon. Richard H. Long, Judge of t*e
County Court of' Jackson County, for Letters (Z
Administration on the estate of William H. L.,
Russ, late of said county, deceased.
WILLIAMS D. DICKSON.
Marianna, Oct. 8, 18441. o14 6w
OTICE.-All persons are hereby cautioned
Against trading for a Promissory Note given
by me to Samn 'namon, for two hundred and
fifty dollars, (-'-'50 00) due, I think, the 1st of
March, 1815, ,- -:.,ursed by B. S. Hawley. The
consider Atio, ;- wi Fich said note was given
havirz: ent;;.'' i.-!. i1 shall not pay the same
unless cor- '. .v.


Wood ville,


.'-ELSON HAWLEY.
7 2(, 1844. ol4tf


N OT[CE.- i are hereby ca',ito-ed
against trading ocr a note of hanr" tit:-, n by
me and made payable on the 1st of j;.T', I ,-
to Mrs. Gorrie, for one hundred ($1100) *i. :.
The note, is dated on or about the 1st October,
1842; and as the consideration for which s(tid
note was gisg having failed, I Will not pay the
same, unles mpelled by law.
EDMUND AUSTIN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1,1th, 1844. ol.l 3t
CORN.-200 bushels New Corn, received per
steamer Siren, for sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.
PORTO RICO SUGAR-10 bIs superior quality
SPorto Rico Sugar, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
sep30 40 Water st.


an indignant toss of the head ; not so poor as
that comes to. Papa can give us something."-
What an anticipation for the sensitive aspirant!
Life of Mackintosh.

The Mind.-It is, perhaps amazing that the
strongest minds are so capable of being upset in
an instant. A :man may have a perfect command
over his features; he may have an equally perfect
command over his nerves;but he cannot have a
perfect command, nor any thing like a perfect com-
mand over his mind. He may be able to stand
and walk erect; he may be able to maintain the
steadiness of his eye and the firmness of his voice;
he may be able to suppress every show of emo-
tion, but he cannot suppress the emotion itself.
He may have in full bloom what is technically
termed "moral courage"-for technical the term
my be said to be, seeing that physical courage is
hard to be defined; he may be extremely calmn
and collected; he may conceal effectually his
feelings from others, but from himself they will
not be concealed. Within his own breast they
ard in full operation; their influence may rack
him although the effect be unseen.

Buenos dyres.-A correspondent of the U. S.
Gazette, writing from Rio Janeiro, July 27th,
says:
sy There i a rt.port in the city, and it is gener-
ally b, 'iev;, ;!i, t Brazil will very soon declare
war 'n.iAt E '" A, yres. TThey are sending
tro)' i I,,, th.. ; o --d district, which is the
sonutl 'r:' p;> : azil, and they are' now
making *. .A s here, as well as having
a large n -tationed at the River la
Plata." Y, .. a war bet-ncii Bu.-
nos Ayres and ... .iiin the next :'mointih;s.
The naval forces of Efngland and France are in-
creasing here, while oursis diminishing. Two or
three more sloops of war (there isbut one here
now) on the coast and at the River, might be ad-
vantageously employed. They would prevent
our commerce from being seized upon and an-
noyed by harrassing delays."

Important if True.-It is said that if bed-
steads, clothes presses, clothes chests, &c., be
made of red cedar, they will never be troubled
with bed bugs, moths, cockroaches or other in-
sects.


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


CHAS. A. GRKErN,


Cii, A. H. CONNERY.


Greei~% & C.:s iv
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SNo. 28 Water street,


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Anialachicola, Fla.


ERegi mental Onileg-..
HEAD QUARTERS,
Third Regiment, 1st Brigade, F. M.
Apalachicola, Oclober 12, 1844.
T HE Companies composing the Third Regi-
T ment, First Brigade, Florida Militia, com-
prising the Counties of Calhoun and Franklin,
will assemble at Apalachicola on Saturday, the
16th day of November next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
fully armed and equipped as the law directs, for
Regimental parade and inspection.
The Regiment will be formed at half-past 10
o'clock on Live Oak street, in front of the dwell-
ing of C. G. Holmes, the right resting on Chest-
nut street, displaying wct:dr'.lly.
The commissioned and non-commissioned offi-
cers of each Company attached to said Regiment,
will meet at the same place on Thursday and
Friday preceding the Regimental review at 10
o'clock, A. M., to be drilled and taught the tac-
tics under the supervision of "the Brigade Inspec-
tor.
The officers commanding Cor0lpI:.aiis will im-
mediately after the Company musters on the
fourth Saturday in October, make returns of the
strength and equipment of their said companies
to the Adiutm,,t of the Regiment, at least two
weeks previous to the Regimental muster on the
16th November ;v,:t.
The law will be strictly enforced against all
delinquents. By order of
R. J. FLOYD, Colonel.
WM. H. -l.";Ttr-,
Adiutant 3d Reg't, F. M.
Apalachicola, Oct. 12, 1844. o014 m


T AKE NOTICE.-All persons are forbid oc-
cupying LOTS in the City of Apalachicola,
or ground in its vicinity, bel,:-onn-- to the "APA-
LACHICOLA LAND COMPANY," without
permission.
Any person occupying said lots or ground
without permission, are hereby notified, that the
subscriber is authorized for the sale of the same,
and if they do not come forward; necessary steps
will be taken to protect the rights of the Com-
pany.
All person are also, notified not to trespass
upon the lands by cutting Live Oak, 'Cedar, other
timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN, qgent
dpala Land Co.,
oct7 1m for .Apal'a and its vicinity.


New Goods !
T I-E subscriber has just received per brig
Caroline E. Platt, a fresh and fashionable as-
sortment of FALL and WINTER GOODS, con-
sisting in part, as follows:-
Gents Calf skin Boots; Do extra fine.;
Do. Calf sewed water-proof do.;
Do. do pegged do do.;
Do. fine Calf sewed Brogans;
Mens kip do.; Do. cows hide Boots;
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
sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN.

O N CONSIGNMENT.-India and Gunny
1, ,.-,':i,; Manilla and Kentucky Rope, daily
expected by brig Virginia, wl"il'. will be sold
low by JAI- "ARRI-OR,
sep30 3 0 \ate' st.
AINT S, OILS, OAKIM, "..--Just received
per brig Caroline E. I',li.
50 kegs Pure a'd No. 1, White Lead;
200 gals best Lamp Oil;
S200 do boiled Linseod Oil;
10 bales Oakum, for sale low by
Sp30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.
TICE.-All persons are forbid from tre-
--M 'ssing upon lot No. 10, block 3, or from oc-
cupyinri the same, by authority of any one but the
subscriVr, who is alone authorized to lease or
sell the rme. R. J. MOSES.
Apalac\icola, Sept. 1st, 1S44. st01lii

ANCY\ND STAPLE DRY GOODS.-Just
received Fresh and General Assortment of
FALL GOOf', consistim, in part of:-
C.'alicos, MtNlins, 'i.i.,ls, Linseys,
qi': Cravat'C,\muit l, ;-vs, Wonrted Caps,
.K :': s',, Do':j;!'-, .'ari')r::"-t dkfs,
,i L ." !..'' Kid".J es," I.i:Aens, -iuspenders,
p :'.; I 5,i~ Acick Ilt'ali-')i Cravats,
L:,.' s Con:7't.t \n, f luted, NepLW-in, &c.
WVitii a variety of V'ticles suitable for the comn-
ing Season. For .i 't.\
sep30 RANCIS -1KOPM AN.
IOFFEE.-100 bags 'o and Lu_.i:ra C .-
For sale by\
sep30 WV A 1 OD, 23 Water st.
LOUR.-50 bbls Northern superline Flour;
F L For sale by
sep30 W A WO(OD, 23 Water st.


UH We are authorized to an-
nounce W. G. M. DAVIS, Esq., as a candidate
to represent Franklin county, in the next Legis-
lative Council, at the ensuing election. sp3

i We are authorized 'to an-
nounce ROBERT J. FLOYD, Esq., as a Candi-
date for the Senate from the Western Senatorial
District at the ensuing election. jy21-7*

W We are authorized to an-
nounce Col. SAMUEL BELLAMY, of Jackson,
as a candidate for the Senate from the Western
District at the ensuing election. ep?0


ELECTION NOICE.
A N ELECTION Rill be held in FRANKLIN
Count', Territory of Florida, on Monday the
fourth day of November next, for four Senators to
represent the Western Senatorial District of Flo-
rida; -id f..r one representative to the Legisla-
ture for the County of Franklin.
The Polls will be held as follows:
At FoRT GADSDEN, under the inspection of
Win. Rlinsiiso, Carlton Evans and Ingo Elaby.
At OLD WOMAN'S BLUFF, under the in-
spection of Chas. Russell, Sam'l. G. Evans and
James q.liden.
At A F.-\LACHICOLA, under the inspection of
David G. Raney, Win. Foster and Anson Hancock.
Given under my hand, this the 25th day of
September, 154-1. JAS. F. FARRIOR,
S..T"p. ') t. Deputy Clerk.
('Co-ar'-earshdip aim Commission

AT APALACHICOLA AND COLUMBUS.
T HE.'i.I'd hive associated for the pur-
Spose '.f rn'ti;.,tiin,, a General Agency and
Commissi, 'i, iiness. The business will be con-
ducted in Apalachicola, Fla., by Henry L. Ray-
mond, under' t,- firm iof RAYMOND & HAR-
DIN-in C.-,liiIj i, Ge.... hy J\' rd J. Hardin;
under the firm ,-1I HARDIN & Co.
The adv.inMtag,-s ,fAredI by this arrangement, to
pers'ms at a distance who may have or wish to
make business in either or both places, will be
readily perceived. Feeling ourselves fully com-
petent to conduct such a business as it should be,
and intending so to do, W: respectfully solicit a
share of patronage.
EDWARD J. HARDIN,
HENRY L. RAYMOND.
A;\,Il.,liic :a., .1 31 :I 1844. al0 tf
C IO-PAR'I'NERSHIP NOTICE.-The under-
,_.) :-i.-,,''l. Imavi;,.r ass'-ciated with then Mr. H.
WV. BI:RuoKS, wii ci-.ntiniue To tr'ansact a General
C,,inicsiion. Forwarding, and Shipp ii ig Business,
under tlhe fi'm of NOURSE. STONE & Co.
NiJURSE & STONE.
B. F. NoURsE,
1-H.. B. STONE, Apailaclb'-ola, Au-. 1, 1'?!.
H. W. BROOKS. a1:

Clothing, &c .
FRESH GOODS !-Just received pgr Caroline
J' E. Platt, from New York :-
Over Coats, ('; 'ini. Pants,, Salirnet Pants,
Red flannel shirts, Kersey jackets anl dpartt,
Linen bosom Shirts, Calico do; -..>'emnders,
Draws and under Shirts, Sattinet .I.,.ets,
Sack Coats, Woolen Socks and Mitt-,
Fur, cloth and velvet Caps; Childi,irn do,
Henry Clay Hats, Men and boys sporting do.
Fancy merino and Velvet Vests, Gloves,
Half Hose, Silk & dottonri Pocket Hdkfs,
Also, a general assortment of STAPLE and
FANCY DRY GOODS.
sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN.


S OAP & CANDLES.--10 boxes Soap;
10 do Sperm Candles, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
sep30 40 Water st.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c. --The subscriber
has just opened a iresh supply of Drugs,
Medicines, &c. All orders from the country
promptly attended to. IB. S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.
L IST OF LETTERS remrnaining in the Post
Office, Apalachicola, October 1st, 1844.
Austin, Edmund Aldridge, J C
Babcock, J W Bryan, H
Byington, C Bush, Stephen
Bright, Simon Brown, Mrs Jane A
Baldwin, C N Barrett, Jas
Brown, Sampson. Banett, J
Collins, John 2 Curtis, C & Co.


Dent, Mrs Ann
Dawson, Wm 3
Fori., 3'
Jur,
Gr-v. i )
G:7i;'i.'l, M rs
Hull, J M
Hlurd, Gela
Jenkins, Capt E B
Kruger, J D
Kelly, C
Lee. Capt
Lanning, Jas
Myers, J D
Myers, E
MeLaren T & P
Orman, Thos
Patridge John
Pallais, D H
Rogers, C 6
Rogers L
Ropes, B G
Rhodes, Mrf Lucinda
Spratt L W 2
Simmons, A
Smith, Hez
Simmons, Capt A F
Smith, Capt DS 2
Terry, H W 2
Wert Thos
Walker Geo
Wood T M


Delano, Peter A
Ellison, John
Foot, Jas H 2
Gardner, D P
Gannon, John
Gry, R P Capt
Hubbell, C B
Jones, 'r P
Jamieson, Chas
King, Ric'd
Larkin, John 3
Low, A
Maguire, Saml P
Mond Robt
Marshall, FV L
O'Brien, Pat
Parker, Ric'd
Peters, Abin
Prendergast, Pat
Richards, J G 2
Robinson, Capt Wmn
Roy & Co.
Sibley & Ferguson
Stedman, Jno
Semmes, A G 3
Smart, Chas
Starr, J B
Smith, Capt Henry
Vallau, W
Wade Miss R
Wing A W


3- Persons wishing any of the above letters,
will please say, they are advertised."
GEO. F. BALTZELL, P. M.
- OLLAND,) GIN.-One pipe Holland Gin,
first qualty, just received bv
DODGE & GARDNER,
sep30 40 Water st.


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Tailoring -


We are authorized to an-
nounce WM. W. J. KELLY, Esq., of Escambia,;
as a candidate for the Senate from the Western-:
District at the ensuing election. sep30

SWe are authorized to an-
nounce WALKER ANDERSON, Esq., of Es-
cambia, as a candidate for the Senate from the
Western District of Florida. sep23


THE NEW YORK CONTRIBUTIOP.-.H iP
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office, .No. 57 Wall Street, XN. y' -
Insure Dwelling-houses, Warehouses and i i 'Ii
ings in general, Merchandisej Housei.'i(
Furniture, Ships building, Ships in Pokt
and their Cargoes, and evary de-
scription of personal Property,
AGAINST LQSS ORl DAMAGE BY F1RE.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, Presi.h'r,!
R. W. MARTIN, Secretary.
DIRECTORS..
J. SMYTH ROGERS1 ROB'T McOSKXI,
JAMES B\ YAR, HENRY PARISH,
JAMNIES McBl- IDE, REUBEN WITHIN ",S,
.O H N A LDAMS, WILLIAM SCOTT,
JoHN HAGGERTY, F. SUYDAM,
G. C. VERPLANCK, PETER I. NEVi
.1 'IHN JOHNSTON," j-.i-t, Al_ i .IRVI .
Ji'S. KERNuC:'jAN, C. V.S. I'_uSE' '...T
JH-iN I. PAImLt., E. D. HURLBUT,
P. LORILLAR7, GEO. P. POLLED,
JAMES McCAI.i a* .... O -, -
LOWILL EIG'..ESOC "
The undersigned P-v ",..' -. :.
of the above Company, ;L .. '.".'
sue policies of insurance agai._ : .: -.
by fire, on as favorable terms as o.-cr -oedl -
NOURSE & STONI'
Apalachicola, March 23,1844. 46 Wate-:'
T HE -ETNA INSURANCE COMPA ,
L Hartford, Conn.-The undersigned ag,. 't a
the said Company, is prepared to issue polio;::' :
Insurance against Fie, and loss or dam'agc i'
rivers, on favorable terms. The capital :'f )t v
above company is large and invested in the safest
possible manner, and its settlement of losski ha
always been prompt and liberal.
DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.
T IE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
INSURANCE COMPANY, of HAd'o" "I
Conn., with full power to receive proposes: ...d
to issue policies on as favorable sterns a *athe/
good offices, is prepared to insure against ilss
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine an td i
land risks. The reputation of this company fcr
settling losses with promptitude and liberality i!
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
Apalachicola, April 8, 1844.

PRIME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork, just -
. ceived and for sale by
DODGE & GARDNEV,
aug19 40 Water sit.


QALT-1,200 bushs Course Salt of a su-,eni ,
quality, just received on consignment.
For sale by
RAYMOND & HARDiN,
sep30 33 Water 6t:
O SNABURGS.-10 bales Cotton OgnabuMs
Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Watp it -t
WTINDOW GLASS.---20 boxes 8 b 0 Per"n-
S sylvania Window Glass, a supior article
For sale very low, by /
J STEVENSON & CO.
oct8 45 Water street.

UGARS.-10 hhds PpTo Rico and St.;-oX
k Sugars, for sale by .-
sep30 WV'A WOOD, 23 Water st


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Cgi We are authorized to an-.
nounce Dr. N. A. LONG, o; rJakson, I', i Can-
didate for the Senate from the Western S,?w -.ria
District at the ensuing election. jy27*


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New York Adartii.im ,is.

PRINT WAREHtOUSE
iN NEW hORKK
To supply the City, Southern and interior trade
by the Piece or Package.
No. 44 Cedar street, near William.
LEE & BREWSTER give notice to
Dealers in DRY GOODS, that they have re-
moved (their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED
CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Pearl, to
No. 44 Cedar street. By confining their attention
to PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabled
to exhibit an assortment far suppassing any ever
before (.i;:,,1 in America; and to sell at prices .-s
low, and generally lower, than those whose at-
tention is divided imofig large variety of articles.
T i'e s.'k ..i4ts of several thousand patterns
an.i c-'. :.',. iir,''ii every variety of AMER-
ICAN AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market;
*many styles of which are got up e4lusively for
their own sales, and cannot be obkned else-
where, except in second hands.
Dealers in Prints will find it to their interest
to call and examine this stock, before mating
purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they vil
have the advantage of learning the lowest market-
pric,, and comparing all the most desirable and
fashionable styles in market, side by side.
iaj Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every
variation of the market, are placed in the hands
of buyers.' oct7 tfn


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INSURANCE AGENCIL^.
THENE YOK ONRIBTIN .....


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Tailoringi.
03- TERMS- Cash on Delivery. . Fall and Winter Fashitons just rcceirn d.
STHE subscriber respect. fy,
informs the Citizens of ApilachPi
i S cola, and its vicinity, that i," hm,
removed his TAILORING ES-
1 : TABLISHMENT to the n,",,
building of Capt. rSmmon8,',c'<- '
of Centre and Comiieree .-tr't,
and is now prepared, on ,'p-c ,t,
-,^ p _able terms--to execute -a1 ,l %ea
.........- in his line of business, int6, Ie. ast
and most fashionable styles, and warranted -., %
N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attei'k ft
JAS. C. COLEMAI"
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. !


SIX BARREL. SELFrnEVL..' -
V'ING AND HEFPEAT-IING
PISTOLS.
DhEALER in Fancy Hardware, Fine W ,. ,
Perfumary, &c., consisting in part of
Fine Pen & Plcket Knii es, and Scisov ..
Razors, and Chapman's Razor Strops
Elegant Port Folios, for ladies; ,
Steel Pens and Pen Holders;
-Fine Gold Dimond Pointeil Pens-
hi.., Black, Blue and Indelible Inks,
Patemt Inkstands; Fine Letter Pape1,
Fine 3,old and Silver Pencils;
'Genuin6eGerman Cologne, and fine P-,
fumes-ikrl Handkerchiefs, &c.
Bear's Oils ; Toilette Mirrors;
Fine Cloths, H-lair and Tooth Brush''
Dressing and Fine-Tooth Co6ffibst ,-
Silk and Fancy Pur'.s; Suspenders:
Morocco Pocket Booth: Tweezers,
Ladies' Fine Feather liVs;
Feather Dusters; Key 1ng;
Violin and Violin Strings ;\,
Sewing & Knitting Needles,"Lc-., &(.
Also, a good supply of single an& dou1li, bar-
reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c.; all f wbi.' t lie
offers cheap for Cash.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. '. \'

AUCTION BUSINESS.
^ B THE subscriber will 1 .yre'
4 .si pared, on or about the 2 1., ,- r,
J^ ^^ to transact the AUCTI'T 'N I1'-
^^^ ~SINESS in this City, atid i-oe1
S^^^^ rby strict attention and .rc -
L / -- ality, he will yet get a s.are cf
the AUCTION SALES. Having obtaihe'7 ,e,
commission from the Governor, he feels c.., .'."it
that nothing, can or shall, prevent him fp'i r'
ing his best exertions for their coimmainds.
JAS. B. STARR, Water sI c(.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o- '


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Leaves Brown's '.' .,-'
and SUNDAY e"-hir, .- .
tahoochee MONDAYS an., i' ';
o'clock, M. -
VAN VEIbHTEN & ...i,.;L


JOSEPH SC'He T YD,I
No. 44 .Water, .nepa ('Caes't, *i.







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irau lin Superior Court.
AT' CHAMBERS.
bev& Floyd, comp't.,
:s *IN CHANCERY.
Sriswold, et al,
deendants. )
;to the Court from a fidavit filed in
that said Lewis Ci rtis and George
stees of the Apa.achicola Land
d' said John M. Berrien and David
Sat defendants in said cause, reside
lhe')limits of this Territory, to wit: the
atti and Griswold, in the state of New
4the said Berrien and Selden in/the
Gborgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
donce a week for the space of four months
t"d'omnercial Advertiser," a newspaper
Sthi3 district, before the ensuing term
Court, requiring said defendants, and each
fot them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
'comprainants bill will be taken pro confess:
Uaan~t them (a copy-teste.)
2r GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
; Aalachicola, May 3uah, 1844. fel 4m


A Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Robert May, comtp't., ]

r n'utisaid Griswold, et al.,.IN hCHANERY.
'defendants. J
TT, searing to the Court from Arffidavit filed
SJin this'cause, that said Lpwis Curtis and
r U ge Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola
SLand Company, and said John M. Berrien and
i-n, who are defendants in said cause,
sidee beyond the limitsof this Territory, to wit:
Sthe said Curtis and Gr,;wold, in the state of New
- York; and the said Berrien and Selden, in the
'i #nte of Georgia. .c is ordered, that a notice be
Fjblished once a treek for the space of four months
.,the "Comrdrcial Advertise," a newspaper
1inted.in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
Cwuf niants bill will be take pro confess:
i 9 w them. (a copy-teste)
.' GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. jet 4m


,franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
iTboas L. Mitchel, comp't.'
S., VS.
jdge,McDuugald, Calhoun
and Bass, trustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-
chicola Lot Company; IN CHANCERY.
Levis Curtis and George
Griswold, trustees of the
Aplalchicola Land Co.;
Myers, assignee in
bankruptcy of George W.
Boss, det'endants.
TT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in
,RAWi cause tbat said Daniel McDougald, James
;Calhoun aad Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis
< G3eorge Griswold; and Myers, reside
,Ond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the
Sl McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state
,Aegia; the said Curtis and. Griswold, in the
,pcpf New York; and the said Bass in the state
; A!abama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
S-;,Ohlae a week for the space of four months
Sfore.0the ensuing term of this Court, in the
O rciajl Advertiser, a newspaper printed in
tJ istrio, requiring said defendants to appear
a %riswer., otherwise the complainants bill shall
taken pro confess: against them.
S(copy teste)Clerk.
'-- .. -. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 31st, 1844. jel 4m


At#alaehic ola District of Florida.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
and. In Chancery.
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts.
T 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
insaid 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
amnoutits so due and owing. Sale first Wednes-
day in December next, to wit:
Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st
March, 1843......., &.......... $1,660 00
Hudson A. Thornton, ",' c 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on the same day and year... 972 76
John D. Howell..................... 365 98
By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack,
Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county,
in the Apalachicola District of Florida.
R. J. MOSES,
Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, August 19, 1844.
Apatlachicola Distriet of Florida.
In Superior Court-Franklin County.
Alpjnse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
VS.
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
T appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the
said David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
out of the Territory of Florida, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in some newspaper published in the city of
Apalachicola, once a week for four months, re-
quiring him to appear and answer the said bill of
complaint on or before the expiration of that
time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed
against him, and such further order given in the
premises as to the Court may seem justice.
Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL,
.& L. BAN CC, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4m
Clothing, &c.
FRESH GOODS !-Just received per Caroline
E. Platt, from New York :-
Over Coats, Cassimere Pants, Satinet Pants,
Red flannel shirts, Kersey jackets and pants,
Linen bosom Shirts, Calico do; Suspenders,
,Draws and under Shirts, Sattinet Jackets,
2ck Coats, Woolen Socks and Mitts,
Fti? cloth and velvet Caps; Children do.
eniy Clay Hats, Men and boys sporting do.
Fancy merino and velvet Vests, Gloves,
One-halt Hose, Silk & cotton Pocket Hldkfs,
Also, a general assortment of STAPLE and
FANCY DRY GOODS.
sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN.
OAP & CANDLES-10 boxes Soap;
. 10 do Sperm Cantles, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
sp.0 410 WVatpr st.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,


NOTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court for
Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the
estate of John Norton, late of said county, de-
ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. a20 6m
N OTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
Ito the Hon. Judge of the County Court of
Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the
administration on the estate of Sampson Pope,
late of said county deceased.
SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3-6m


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


$200 Reward!
-^ RUNAWAY, or stolen, two negroes
"LYCINDA" and 11 JIM."-Lucinda left
about the 21st August; she is between 20
Jg^and 30 years of age, dark complexion, deli-
cate made, sway back, small hands and feet, good
countenance and extremely proud ; she was pur-
chased of L B Randall, living on the lTpatoie,
9 miles from Columbus, on the 15th of January,
1843, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th insi.,
he is a likely young fellow, 20 years of age,-,and
is about 6 foot high, dark complexion, a little
knock-kneed; wore off a straw hat, white pant -
loons and cloth coat, and has left his mother and
father, and seven brothers and sisters; conse-
quently we have just grounds for believing (lia%-
ing found a free pass in the possession of one of
the other negroes,) that one Lucy A. Barte?, and
her son Washington Stevenson, has felonioul*V
inveigled, stolen, taken and carried offthe above
named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her son
absconded from the house of Thos. T Bartee, with
whom she and her husband, John R. Barlee, re-
sided, the son, Washingtot, on the 24th and Mrs.
Bartee on the 29th of la-it month. She left dis-
gracefully, after breaking glasses and every thi ing
in her power. We will pay twenty dollars fobr
each of the above described negroes, delivered to
us in Stewart county, Ga., or lodged in anyjtl so
that we get them; and will pay the balarice of two
hundred dollars (say $160) for theapprehension of
the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will
convict them for negrosteal ing, as the law directs
in such cases made and provided.
JOHN P. BARTEE.
THOMAS 0. BARTEE.
Stewart Co., Ga., Sept. 25th, IS14. o07 6t


Tax Notice!
N conformity with an Ordinance, passed by
the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa-
lachicola, March '22d, IS44-, entitled "An Ordin-
ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City."
I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of De-
cember next, at I 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 sal3.Ie.
Blocks. Lots. To whom in'- yf.::. ."':.,
;6 1 1 \A. T. Bennett,........ 22 00
D2 4""
6 2 &3 .5 E. Bartlett......... 8 75
H2 3 L. Birdsal............. 2 50
H2 4 J.C.Birdsal,.......... 2 50
Fl 9 & 12 Calhoun & Bass,....... 1000
?A1 1 John Evans,........... 2 50
D2 l &9 C C.
H 5&16 C- Edmondson........ 29 00
HI 5&, 16J ..
Imnp'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,......... 7 50
Imp'd A2 7 John Kerns,........... 3 50
Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy,........ 2 50
8 2 J.C. Love,............ 3 00
S17 3 William Low,......... 3 00
B2 11 Charles McKinney,..... 500
Imp'd E2 10 J. Martin,............ 4 25
Imp'd A2 6 Mitchell Marzell,...... 3 25
E2 5 Jno.T. Myrick,........ 500
Fl 11t Joseph Mitchell,....... 4 50
E2 9 K. McKenzie,......... 500
HI 4 & 17 R. Maitland & sons,.... 7 00
HI 9 & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6 00
15 8 A. J. Norris........... 300
30 7 Ogden & Ferguson,.... 1 25
Imp'd C2 00 Dan'l. Ryan,.......... 325
Imp'd A 00 John Ragan,.......... 225
Imp'dA2 2 Frank White.......... 3 00
7 4 Thos. L. Wingate,..... 2 75
F2 15 Henry Williams,....... 6 00
PETER HOBERT,
City Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, June 7th, 1844. jel5 6m


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


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


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


pRIME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork, just re-
ceived and for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
aug19 40 Water st.
SALT.-1,200 bushs Course Salt of a superior
quality, just received on consignment.
For sale by
RAYMOND & HARDIN,
SPP30 33 Water st.


GEORGIA SENTINEL.


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PRINTERS' AND BINDERS' WAREROOM,
Nos. 29 and 31 Gold street, New York.-The
"Hoe Printing Press, Machine and Saw Mannu.
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 n.iI,-;pir printing.
They are also the. manufacturers of the Patent
Washington and Smith Presses, which are so ex
tensively used by printers throughout the UnitA
States and Canadas. They call the attention of
Printers to their new Machine Card Press, vith
which one boy can print 1500 cards in the oest
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, Jylinder
Job Pxr-_.Qs, of large foolscap size, -WhicF requires
two boys to attend it, who at the same ime drive
the machine with their feet. It will print from
1500 to 2000 impressions per hour, md do good
work.
The "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, and prin-
ters generally, that no pains shod be spared to
maintain the reputation of thor establishment
and that all orders entrusted to/hem will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Editors and Proprietors wit be supplied with
estimates in detail for Printilg Offices or Binder-
ies, by informing us of the style and quantity of
work which they desire tr do.Y
Jobbing and Machine vork in general.
June 1st, 1844.
N. B.-Publishers o' Newspapers in the Uni-
ted States or Canada, who will insert this adver-
tisement three timesbefore the 1st of next July,
and send one copy ci their paper to us containing
it, will be entitled to the payment of their bills
on purchasing four times the amount thereof.


7f


J UNT'S MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE AND
COMMERCIAL REVIEW, Established
Jily, 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 n' other coun-
try; and, although mainly devotee to the interests
and wants of the commercial and business com-
munity, it has become an indispensable work of
reference to the Statesman and Political Econo-
mist throughout the commercial world. Its con-
tents embrace every subject connected with Com-
merce and Navigation; Agriculture and 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 beariri:, in the conduct of the.
work-opening its pages to the free and fair dis-
cussion of antagonistic doctrines ibected with
the great interests of CommereW.Agriculture,
Manufactures, and the Currengey.
The Merchants' Magazine is published at No.
142 Fulton street, New York, on the first of each
month, at five dollars per annum, payable in ad-
vance. A few complete sets of thd work embrac-
ing ten semi-annual volumes of about 800 pages
each, neatly and substantially bound, can be had
at the subscription price by applying at the office
as above.
New York, July 1st, 1844.


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W INDOW GLASS.-20 box /& by 10 Penn-.
sylvania Window Glass, .'superior article;
For sale very low, by
J STEVEISON & CO.,
oct8 45 Water street

S UGARS.-10 hhds Iprto loco and Ste Croiz.
Sugars, for sale by
sep30 W A WQ(D, 23 Water st.


AN Evening Paper, to be published in the City
of Savannah, Ga., devoted to Politics, Com-
merce, Agriculture and General Intelligence.
The increasing importance of our flourishing
and beautiful city-the facilities enjoyed in the
transmission of the mails-and the absense of an
Evening Paper in Savannah-all conspire to render
the proposed publication at least expedient, if not
neees-arv.
VVhils the Paper will bear principally a com-
mniercial character, we shall endeavor to make it
useful and interesting to all classes of the commu-
niry, by rendriig it a diseniinator of truth-an
ad vocae ot" \if lire-and censor of' vice. In pur-
suiins the plan determinedd upon, the following
will cori,-i ihe leading departments of the Pa-
per, wi'h \v, hope will carry the cheerfulness of
knowledge andi thlie light of truth wherever it is
received.
PoLl ric.-WvVe shall sustain the great Republi-
can doetines embraced in the Virginia and Ken-
tuckey Resolutions of 1798-'99, asmaintained by
Jetierson. Madison, Troup, Hayne, Calhoun, and
other dii i wg ished advocates of State Rights-and
mo-re rel'iiilv -et forth by the Democratic Con-
vention at B1iltimore, in May last-as forming
what we conceive to-be thefundamental principles
of our Goverment. Thus having for our motto--
"Free Trade-Low Duties-No Debt-Seperation
from Banks-Economy-Retrenchment-and a
strict adherence to the Constitution," and placing
ourself upon the broad bias ofthe latter, we can in-
voke alike, the fidelity of the "Unionist" and the
zeal of the "Nullifier," in maintaining inviolate
its compromises, Whi.-el,< alone our civil and re-
ligious liberties can b- e.ecured to us, and the bless-
ings of our glorious Union perpetuated.
Our object beir;g to assist in sustaining the great
principles of Constitutional Liberty, and in draw-
ing men's minds from worship of their fellows, to
an acquaintance with the nature of their gover-
ment, our colinmussi-hall be open to the discussion
of all political questions of a general nature.. In
no case, however will the dignity of the press be
yielded, by permitting it to become the vehicle of
scurrility or vulgar personal abuse. :
Believing the nominees of the Baltimore Con-
vention, JAMES K. POLK and GEORGE M. DALLAS,
fully competent to discharge the duties of Presi-
dent and Vice President of the United States, we
shall endeavor to promote.their election,- by all
honorable means.
COMMERCIAL.-Under thishead will be found the
latest statements of the various markets for our
staple productions, both Foreign and Domestic-
together with a carefully corrected Weekly Re-
view of our own market.
AGRICuLTURE,-Whatever may be deemed ofin-
terest to those engaged in Agricultural pursuits,
shall have due attention, and no pains will be
spared to make our paper interesting to the Farmer,
in comparison to which, all other trades and pro-
fessions may be said to be but the frieze and cor-
nice.
GENERAL INTELLIGEN.E.-In this department
willbe found a general synopsis of the passing
events of the day, together with occasional selec-
tion from the best Literary Periodicals, both For-
eign and domestic. In fine whatever will have a
tendency to develop the rich and varied natural
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.
CONDITIONS.
THE DAILY SENTINEL, will be published every
afternoon, on an imperial half sheet, and delver-
ed in any part of the City, at Six DOLLARS per'
annum, payable in advance.
STHE GEORGIA SENTINEL, t'or thee.-oiilitrv, will be
issued once a week, on a .Iiper.i:.-,y I -'eet, and
forwarded by mail to any part of the Union, at $3
pernnum for a single copy-Two copies for $5
-or five copiesfor l1i)-pavai)le invai i.1:1% in ad-
vane. It will contain ill hie re.iding ti,,tter of
the daily paper, inrlilin2 EdtI0ri;1, Commuica-
tions, a Weekly Review'of the Sa.'annah Mar-
ket, -&c.
r- Advertisements will be inserted in the Daily
Paper at fifty cents per square, for the first and
twentv-iv', cents for each continuance. In the
Weekly, 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-
ments can be made aad a sufficient number of
subscribers obtained to warrenttthe publication.
f- .Persons wishing to subscribe will please hand
in their names immediately, and those holding sub-
scription lists will forward them by the first of Oc.
tober, or sooner, if convenient.
Communications by Mail must be post paid, to
insure attention.
WILLIAM B. HARRISON.
Editors in this and adjoining States, by giving
the above a few insertions, will confer a favor,
which will be duly appreciated, and reciprocated
the first opportunity.
J"0 A Subscription list'will be found |at this
office.-SAVANNAH, SEPTEMBER 3, 1844.


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S|WtjA L NOU rHGE8.


WARM SPRINGS.
MERIWETHER COUNTY, GEORqIA.
STHE PROPRIETORS of this watering
ii',iy,, place, have been induced to open their
Jsli HIuse 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. Wehave
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
State.
STo 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 thetrt 'inometer selidni rising above 86 degrees.
Our Batl s are in as good order as they can be,.and
for the benefit of those who have not paid us a
visit. wewilldescribe them: theyare6 in number,
each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressing
room. a t.'tch'id to each. and are so arranged as to
raise -We water to any depth required; our Spring
afThronts pvardl of thirteen liin,.lr>d gallons of
water per iiiiniIlute; the temlperatiir- of the water
is lpreciseLly ,i agrees. The analysis as taken by
Dr. J. lI. C'.ttin,, State Geologist, is as follows:
"Height above the level of the sea, 793J feet-
quantity one wine pint, or 28,875 cubic inches--
specific gravity 0,9--,likill, d water being 1,000.
GASES-Carbonic acid gas,....2 cubic inches.
Siulphzrfte of Hydrogen,.............a trace.
SOLID6--Carbonate of Lime,......... 1 grain.
Carbonate of Iron,............... 3 5 grains.
Carbonate of Magnesia,.........10 09 grains.
The temperature of the Water, winter and sum-
mer, 90 degrees." .
A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly
for riding, three miles in length* it leads to the
summit of a Mountain, where you behold one of
the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
road has also been made to the well known
COLD SPRING, only-{ths 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
?eea.nn 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,
-;,'., 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, Savannah, Augusta. Macon
and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and
Hacks run daily from both places here, so there
will be no disappointment. A four hmor.i-Stag--
also leaves Columbus three times a week by the
way of Hamilton, for the Springs.
The Proprietors will be ready to receive Com-
pany on the first May.
SEYMOUR R. BONNER.
WILLIAM G. JOINSON.
The Warm Springs are so well known that we
dothink it necessary to trouble tlhe Iiblic %ith a
long array of certificates, I.-,tl ir orrti their claims
to the patronage of the invali., a swell as the
man of health and pleaiiiure. W'e w'il tltherefre
only invite the attention of the ,1-adt' to the fol-
lowing letter -from Doct. J. J. Swell, of Colum-
bus:
CoLujntr.3, Mairch 23d, 1SV44.
Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodating
and courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of
Merriwether county-It Js due the public who
may wish to lpave their awn homes and firesides
during the sickly season, to seek a place where
they can enjoy health, and all the comforts of
cultivated and refined society, to point them to
the Warm Springs. In its Topographical situa-
tion, it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering
:place in the United States. The Medicinal vir-
tues ofits Waters "om the Chemical analysis sub-
mitted to the putic by the States Geologist,-has
aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu-
matism; Broncittis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis; Diar-
rher; Dysentar ; Dispepsy, and all diseases of the
skin and Kidreys.
In addressing this note to you sir, I have only
complied w/th the earnest solicitations of some
kind friend who have been either radically cured
or greatlyhenefited by the curatives of the Waters
of the Warm Springs.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consi-
derationi your obedient servant,
J. J. BOSWELL.
ToCol. S. R. Bonner.


ADVERTISEMENT.
W ILLMER & SMITH'S EUROPE.
AN TIMES.-Durin4 the time this
journal has been before the world, the proprietors
refer, with pleasure to tle ir.aie which it has
elicited Irom the press of England, Ireland, Scot-
land, the United States, Canada and the West
Indies, and the (*'mC-.tn elient ithas received
from the public of the Uniterl Sti-fs and Canada,
Three essential features clitinguiiish it from all
contemporaneous publications.1,
Fir'sr--i[t contains a full, correct and compre-
hensive Sliopping List, urraturid on a plan so plain
aid praict,:atlie, that 'l he wli, uins may read."
Persons interested in the lM.,rine of Aimerirca may
turn in an instant to the information which they
seek with the certainty of relying on its truth.
It thus supercedes Shipping Lists';, and other ex-
pensive publications from Europe, some of which
are six times the price ,f ";Willmrner & Smith's
European Times."
Secondly-It contains a Price Current of all the
great British and European markets, devoted
principally to the articles of trade and commerce
more immediately appertaining to (he. American
continent, and in which the mercii, -t:- trader
and the man of business must feel an im mediate
interest. On the score of corrin v'..., the tabular
figures, and the remarks accompanying the vari-
ous markets, showing their actual condition, may
be relied on, and are in fact an authority with
most of the first houses in the principle cities-of
the United States and Canada.
SThirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the
American reader, in a concentrated state, and
where the interest or importance of the subject
demands it, in the most detailed and ample form
every topic of political commercial, domestic and
miscellaneous interest which has occurred in Eu.
rope, or elsewhere, since the departure of the
previous packet; especial regard being paid to
whatever is most connected with or relates to the
political, social, and commercial well-being of
the Union, or the adjacent British province. Inr
short, it takes a glance at every circumstance in
which the inhabitants of the Great Western con-
tinent can possibly feel an interest. It puts the
Americrn reader in possession, the moment it
comes to hand, of whatever has transpired during
the interval in Furope-personal, political and
commercial.
It has already attained a very high character,
and may with great propriety L! said to contain
-the BEST -PRI( FS CURRENT; the BEST
SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUROPE,
AN NEWSPAPER which reaches, this country
from England; for it comprises in a condensed
form of twenty-four columns, every description of
news of interest of America, which had transpir-
ed in England and other Foreign parts, from the
sailing of the previous up to the hour of depar-
ture of the Steam ship which conveys the forth-
coming number.
034 It will be ould at 12J cents per copy only.
Amongst other numerous and flattering testi-
monials, the Boston Morning Post, sbys:-
"We are greatly indebted to this newspaper for
our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial news.
One number of Willmer & Smith's European
Times is worth a whole file of any other English
paper."
Published at, Liverpool, just before, the steamer
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IT is the intention of the proprietors of the
"EUROPEAN TIMEs," to publish EXTRAS, con,
training a digest similar to the European Timesi
but more condensed: price three cents per copy,
which I shall have forwarded by post and railway
express, in a few minutes after each steamship'#
arrival in Boston, and which maybe obtained in
quantities at very low prices.
EDWARD WILLMER.
"EUROPEAN TIMES" Ol'iCE,
Boston, June, 1844. j yl

An Ordinance
To raise a Fund for the City Hospital.,
Section 1. Be it Ordained by the .Mayor and
Council of the City of .palachicola, 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 sumof fifty
cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving
by sea from any foreign country, tW sum of t'l*
dollars.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That the own-
er or master of each and every vessel-arriving at
this port, after the first of September next, shalt
render without delay, under oath,-to the Trea-
surer of said city, a true and full amonnt of all
passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owner
or master of such- vessel, shall lay to the Trea-
surer of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and,
every passenger, for which tax the. vessel shall
ilso be held liable; and any owner ,or master of
such vessel, refusing or neglecting tocomply 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 ftmd
rising from the tax aforesaid, shall be reserveJ
mad used only for the benefit of the'City Hospigt ,
inder such regulations as the Mayor and Coidcil
nay prescribe.
Passed by Council, 20th June, 1844./
DAVID G. RANEY ayor.
OSNABURGS.-10 bales Cotto'0snabur.s,
O Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by '
sep30 W A WOOD, ; Water st.


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UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Anin & Nassau streets, New York.
THE undersigned respectfully
inform the Old Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
DRY, formerly known as JAMES
CONNER'S" and more recently as
0"CoNNE & CooK's," and the pub-
lic in gEeneral, that they are prepared to execute
orders-for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c.,
and every other article necessary to form com-
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable
terms, and of as good a quality as any. other es-
tablishment in the United States.
The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
in style of face,;.and the material of which it is
made, particularly adapted for service in News-
paper Printing. .
W All kinds of Stereotyping finished to erder.
SN. 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.
JAMES CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m




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VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA MONDAY : _4ai 4I

/OCTOBER 14, 1844HOJUIHiUUAL 1XTMT1'1
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{ Ai Wl'ISM) CAR D S. Fa the Commercial;Advertiser. meet:: the trained bs }-ds of the hero of so many -/'ue=--.= ==----------.--.------ a.. -.-. -JJBT' 3 s;., t
horrorova '
PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY TIE: RETURN. victories. The who'u hurried forward in regula'r "f Artillery, cavalry,sick, baggage">' "
BY Mrylic &; McKenzie line, through an open prairie in the face of the mules: (>\'.:-rvthingihal accompanied, the ar 1l.. ;. '

R. A. DOMINGE & J. L. \VYMAN.oce COMMISSION MERCHANTS Sweet Florida-land of my love, enemy, unsheltered fret their fire, trailing their W.M was a chaotic max, buried in mud.' Theje ;!i I
; no wood{ to )
No. Once more lye returned cook\or provision to be
42Vater street, unto thee_ J arms to within sixty or S*eltv yards.: The musicians few cooke4jjt '
third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of Apalachicola. 7hou land of tie myrtle anddove. :.;: meantime played; a rt l lcome to Santa Anna I wet except, muskets a beans a\I. little salt ; amoranitL
ALVA WYLIE I rusty, m sick and dyingno doCH. ';
Commerce & Chestnut streets, Give a welccme again unto me. '* tors r "
-- Wii. A. MCKENZIE, ) Will you come to the bower I I i Filisoh or medicines. ttid but the enemy*' ia1s -- j I
sepl iyi Once more in tiy sweet-scented bowers t'\ve shaded for met us und these cruel ciraim.stanceV.j ii!'
AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM, you. on !the only road that :
wisWt
PAYABLE IN ADVAXCE. David G. Raiicy, My footsteps vith eagerness roam ; The artillery meanwhile galloped f fc\vard, and mained but to die or suiter/Set, no alternative r t
dls .
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COMMISSION FORWARDING.:\ I belong to thee loved land of flowers took station within hundred a'c: retjoD. $ ;
Advertisements: of ten lines or less (twenty lines AND ., two yards01 the enemy' Such was the battle tf San Jacintojind its ;' ,
or more ii: proportion,) conspicuously: : inserted No.DEALER 43 IN GOODS, My brightest, :.nost beautiful home. :i, breastwork, and poured on them a vuiey 6f suits. The fdte ofSanaAnna4js: wellknown.-*-*!':-":" *j; \ _____
Water
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at the following rates : Jan29 tin street. grape and canister, which caused great confiiaqn, Liberated by the Texian verment h retumef ,) k
The ; ,
Apalachicola Fla. dearest
hearts that
ire here the Mexicans
()le rear.$10 OJ 1! One month $2 50 are never once venturing from behIi4 i t o Mexico under a pledge to obtain a ogniticn''" 4 It L_ _
51 I anth;*,.7 00 I'I Tnree weeks? ,.2 00 B. Ellison & Co., Then why shoild I leave thee again 1 their breastwork. Colonel Sherman, with his 1 of our independence. 1Iifirsta'ct was b fit cut < : ,,; I

j'ti'flJ3t(1, ?,.5 00 Two weeks.1 50( DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS When the prized ind the loved ones are near. division, was the first to engage, commencing expeditions against Texas, again tb. be acfeated%*/KK" t ,

X\ro jicuris.4 00 ,I! One InsertlOn..l 00 AND COMMISSION: : : MERCHANTS[ Who fears either sickness or pain 1T.hen the action on the left wing, the whole budy advancing ant-finally destroyed. The war coptllnuel} with- t t

\i7 1'.1 alv !rtisements: : : are sent without any special No. 33 Water street, '. ". in double quick time, shouting, Remember out itf-eniiission !until May, lS43whenXn\rfflis 1tt\ J
directions: as to the number of insertions decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.v. hail to the bright sky! above, the Alamo, Goliad, and Tampico.111e .*- tice xvaa o ntered into between the t\\"OfP.an, ,** t ,

juired J it will be understood that they are tot To the land of tKe oak and the vine ; enemy, in the interval, had given us volley

!Dublin sd UNTIL FORBID; they will there- \ A. Wood, Thou might choose other lands for thy love, after volley ; we, however, coming within point FiOU'CTS.Vhen a summers delightful seic

(fir_ be oil! med at our discretion, and charged COMMISSION, FORWARDING,MERCHANT, i Thou, Florida, thou art for mine. blank shot before we raised a gun. Then each arrives, rarely i. this country too warm to be e !

;ITrdm.! .; t-j tne foregoing rate AND SHIP CHANDLER, I man tookfool and steady aim, and seven hundred j joyed throughout re day in the open air, there, J -

L-ti! \..dv"rtisnants: of which the term of pub- No. 23 Water street, rifles and muskets rent the welkin. It was our nothing more gratefu than a profusion of choi :

tiiiioj: H liv'J. by law, will only be excepted ep30: Apalachicola, Fa. THE INVASION OF TEXAS-BATTLE OF first and last volley; charging without a halt: we flowers around and wrhin our dwellings. TI ; t I
SAN JACINTO. I were in another in humblest apartments oriamented these bea .
frono: th!? Above rule. moment possession of the ,
Dodge & Gardner It is somewhat strange that the Texians appear : woodland and the tiful productions of aaturo. have in view L.
fj :,1 1 )S2 \v u alvjrtise by the year a liberal dis- : enemy's breastwork, the remaining our a I
>"lt Will ,>3 uiJs ; but all advertisements not GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, to have no belief the intentions of Santa Annato I ; veterans of Santa Anna, most i in disorder- I more delightful effect than the proudest saloons !J\

srtly: .h iirtinh< to their own business, as No. 40 Water street, invade Texas with 35,000 men, asked for, and I endeavoring by flight to save their lives. The with gilded ceilings and hangh: of Genoa.velvet*. :: d L. .

v .il! a* .ill advertisements sent in by them, declS Apalachicola, Fla. granted for that purp se. Whether this cool indifference right wing of Burleson had taken possession of.. The richness of the latter, indeed, would be Lt\\\

.viliba -* larked at the usual rates. II. R. Wood arises fron a knowledge of the vainglorious the" breastwork, the artillery had charged up heightened, and their elegance increased, by the _

All announcements of candi,Jates for office: willbe AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION, character of die Mexicans, or from Texian within seventy yards of the enemy's cannon, when judicious introduction! of flowers and foliage into (
charged AGENT, confidence in their own ability to defend the it was taken possession of by Millard's I them. The cdour of flowers, the cod appearance : _
FIVE D LL.\.RS daring the canvass No. company. ;i
Water-street
oiyable in all t\*es in advance.jUl : marl )'oungRepublic, we cannot say.; The Galveston The whole contest }lasted about fourteen minutes: of the dark green leaves of some species, and :- .<<. I 1J
ly! Apalachicola, Fla. : Civilian very coolly cbserves'C from the time of the beautiful tints and varied forms others .' '
into action <: :
Communications (wiiei: ilnisible J ,} if aoerjsonalorirlividu.il -- : _ entering until we are '.f I
.u r.s.TAri'lV ': If the Mexicans could see the effect, or were in complete possession of the enemy's camo, singularly: grateful the sight, and refreshing it'a '
nv Francis Kopmasi, rather want of effect, resulting here from their one of the same tune. Vases of Etruscan mould .
jVflti() 1.:. ? Ii)J.1. :,'z : wU:I :,0 (_' a'I i ..' I' taking piece cannon loaded, all their colors containing I
.y' wHor.ns\i.E A.vn HTAII.; DEALER IN pretensions (f invasion, they would I plants of the
a1rti*..' neu'vr ,I'.. empty probably camp-equipage, !stores, baggage. Never was 1 commonest kind offer those : \
SHOES, DRY GOOD 3. CLPHI XG, HATS, &c. save themselves some trouble. No one believes 1 victory more complete and decisive-more truly lines of beauty! which the eye delights in followin & ..

-- rho ..11 i I\"L:: : ;-': S'-, ':Ir 3.1 .1orj- Cheap fur Cash, they are cominj. The more the regret. If creditable to the conquerors, and more overwhelming :;; and variform leaves hanging Ycstooned ore* i::

} ; t.> r eipt octl Cheitnut-.Street, Apalachicola, Fla. they would only- mike at once the final attemnr.& -, ; to the defeated. We (thecavalry) had them, and shading them if they be of a light co !" ] '4 t

.ad '& rtisl'- --- in good faith, to reconquer! the country, there is not charged and routed that of the enemy upon lor, with asoft grateful hue, add much to theif f, f _
James Gibson, a man in Texas who wo-.ild not be grantified. We the pleasing effect. These decorations j _
right wing, and we now to the are simple
; ; :! :;:; i to us:- HOUSE, SIGN gave pursuit "
ORNAMENTAL
PAINTER have now a superfluity of provisions for the fugitives:: which chase did not until and cheap. l'_ _
: : AND sup- cease our arrival _ : .) "
; GLAZIER, port of families while the men take the field, and at the bridge before mentioned, when the EXTRACTS '\ .., _
FROM SEABKOOK'S .TrcT '(
v'1: Apalachicola, Fla. a" abundance besides for the support of an army, I greater part surrendered, and returned with COTTON I). ." or THE: J _
\ us, .T At the
UA. Goavr.uo" zt ,
fX/:::: Keeps constantly on hand full of" Anaago- .., l
a I
Paints Oils Glass supply; even of 00,000 men, should such an one be necessary Santa Anna, however, escaping for the time, in h., in I7S'Ir.. Mai'n!i ;, in a cun'-:3G.tioll: with .-. f
: Putty, &c. &.C.Vork done ;
:: Co., Ga the : ; we feel the most easy confidence in our what manner will be seen below. Tench Cock, c ""rnh: !;; "he Cotton:: hiribandry, 1\ t
._ on most reasonable terms. aui19 ability to flogany force that can be sent against us, The struggle on the breastwork hid lasted remarked that. : ?. "m t'ac garden practice ;h Talbot .... !\ '' '

\J; :: : PACKETS. James F. Farrior and should be glad of an opportunity to settle :at but a few; mmutesi our deadly fire having paral. and! th- ".:" .nst'jiicfs-of; : the same: kind J..j t
once, and without the tedious forms of diplomacy, ized the Mexicans.- Many, however engaged handto abounding: ij "im' : 3. t.. -r3 was no reason to :: .
PORT WARDEN AND doubt but that .-. aK
\ ; NOTARV PUBLIC, : U.t's! .voadon! *Jay become : r :
the of Annexation hand i
questions Independence, our and we, having no bayonets, used the \
Apalachicola, Fla. a great ccttun r- .:.' :::.I p unty. :The evidence .
J J
!/i1 relations with Mexico, and such others have but-ends of muskets and .
as our rifles like the '
then .
: '.t. ", .;v;;>. 4J tlrjtsr; street. war- existing tn i >- ?n&jtct, e::ecially! the inter
Re lliar Packet line. ocr lie W" i.u :r.-spcctfuily solicit the served to divide and disturb us for a few years past. clubs of the Indians, many paying for it by having ( fact, that dm :H", nut !icfle fnr independence .
Ship Martha 'V.ishington.J J Doane, master. I of his iriends and patronage If, however, Mexico does not now make a serious their shooting-irons break offal tho breach. The Philadelphia h 1.1 :bc-en famished with native \, It'r'sing

Ship Floridian,. . . ..Wm. Pratt, i -. ----- acquaintance, eflort to reconquer us (and we do not believe that rout commenced at half past four o'clock, and cotton worth two &fuU.r"ru'; T per pcuiid, JI 1 .1_ _
Ship rI1C.l ,. ..... . .S. .PW Latham, II. 11.NOTARY. Wood she will,) we hope that remainder ofthe world continued until dark.""*"" enough the information! for the limited horn ; ..:ousuoipJicn. and 1. ... ,I(,
communicate \
Emhem.A! at least, including the wise politicians of the United Santa Anna, in disguise,of a peasant, wandered to General Thos. .
Ship L
Dyer, PUBLIC, States will about Proctor, of that city, by Richard Leakejcf Georgia, "
to the
consent
Brig: Manhattan,:. .... .W H Doane, No. Water-street, regard us as really and country until the pext day ; he was removed all doubt in reference :o ,thepracticability .
truly an independent nation, which some of them brought; into the Texian camp, which is described of .
BrIg Ann EJiza"V raising the
C Park IC
marl ly Apalachicola Fla. gosj-pium, as a crcp on a. large
3ri4 Metamora,. . . .H Ashley, affect of late to have discovered that we are net." as follows ; ot/ extent of the Atlantic coast. This ccnviction of ,,
It is no doubt a fact that Texas is by far in abtter General Samuel Houston, whose conduct and the public mind soon iasfiuibly! ici to ttj,;* beliefs
'fHESr.'es e1:; are of li-h! draft of water A. L. Clements, condition to repeal invasion now than she courage: in the field was above praise, had been that the United States couid <1io card ana spin itsThe _

!' for the tradt, of the best materials NOTARY PUBLIC, wa* at the battle of San Jacinto, where an armyof severely wounded in the ankle*'and,was slumbering I iiP.t.e.u.LaI.4ietJIy .itby'waH'rpoJwtt: ..
copper l'iiened and coppered with hand- No. Water street, nearly 4000 men were put to fli:rht "5V G or 700 on a blanket, at the foot of spreading oak on result! was a mission: to Great Brito; 'I, at the expense I

$DInt accommodation, and will sail punctually sep30: Apalachicoa, Fa. Texians, the latter ur.d'1" tv .- :'Ma'-.d of Sam the morning-in question. I, Lamar, and Carnes of Teach Coxe, to, cbt iu ;;.e machinery
advertised. When the day
Sunday, the ships will sail on th ..Monday; follow L. '\, Spraif been authorized, and i-: :... 1 looted, is rather dry KV: rI| bespattered i with mud, was ushered: parties? society should,pOE estahliclu-d-e:??. Their.fur Philadelphia! r.epcfa manufactiirinj -

it;;. The price of passage is S I;') without liquors.' ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW. too formidable to be tnllcu WIt 1. Santa Anna is bc.\c us. Guessing the rank and character of 17S7, and the prevalent opinion in that the in
raw ma.
(;, All z.oh forwarded to tie subscribers, at WILL for the future reside in this city. All too prudent to trust himself: I a!ain in Texas, but Houston he approached him squeezed his hand, terial might be made a profitable source of revenue I _

New York;will be shipped frecnf commission. care while! have resident committed of legal business will to address his. appointed his old general Filla ola, to the com at which Houston awoke and General' Anna induced Congress, at the first reformation of ,
a Quiucv please
E. D. HURLKIT & CO., him at this place. lIe will ,continue a regular mand. Still the Texians are incredulous as to his then announced himself, in a state of great nervous the tariff to impose a duty of three cents a pound _
hi .Sou it st., X. Y., or, attendance upon the courts of Jackson and intentions; he has cried Wolf! so often, that agitation. foreign cotton with which the United States ion

NOURSE, STCXE & CO., Gttdsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at the cry has now no terrors for them. In referringto "Sir"said the Texan Commander, pointing! and were the at Brazils.that time supplied from the West Indias _

sep3 \Vaerst.., Apal'a.GAUDS. Tallahassee. the battle of San Jacinto, it maybe that many to a medicine-chest close to his head, be seated. That, in 1792 the growth of cotton in this

Office over W. A \Voo'P] ;;, No- 23 Water street. of our readers are not familiar with the details of; Such accommodation as we have are at your ser- try was unknown to Mr. Jav, or that as Coun'r, _
a commercial
I Apaliwlj.T!! : .. : :i S, !:-H. that most extraordinary and unparalleled victory. vice. article it was deemed of little value, is- .it

::LJ'.l'ua & OIlS, The United Service Magazine; : contains an article Santa Anna did as he was requested, and then obvious from the fact, that in the treaty negociated -

: S. : vJOuXSELLoiis! : : AT LAW in relation to it, written by one who fought in it, demanded: some opium, which having been fu- by him, it was stipulated, that no cotton r _
,
, YORK, ORLEANS, COLLMBUS, &.c. &.c. '. : .', 11.-'and which is full of interest, and indicates the character nished him, he appeared somewhat more composed ShoUt :1 be imported from America. the object of I
AD V E R T 1 :S; B M KNT T S.. < Troy, Ala. of the brave and hardy pioneers who establish and said to Houston, "You were born to no that diplomatist being to secure to the English the
- \ C/--: 'J !; !L J L: the I County and CircuitV % I
of the
/ carriage \Vest India
J t.''TI.a'v -. --.;.(1... ..., .'_.-' ".:oJ 1 .;.=......., ,.-.'".\\ Sfl I !) 1"' ,,/,'\\ V c..' ::.'N ,,!f .:-oc.'I.! itie.s Montgomery, Pike, ed the liberties of Texas.the We battle make the following ordinary of theVest destiny-!"you have conquered the Napoleon Europe. This is the reason cotton why the to its Senate market refused in- ; I I'
to which
: extract \
Coffee, Di. ", i-t ::::* a i d i itarbour, composing the relating our to ratify the 12th article of that treaty. In
C JIM; ;lrater &f i SO! Pim street. eighth ..luo"I; ; .. .. -'( of the State of Alabama. readers will be gratified to peruse, we are quite We could not forbear smiling, though regarding half century how wonderful has been the revo 1 l. I

1 NSW YORX, h" J.":" 'IS L. LIGON, sure, for its singular; events and extraordinary results the vaunter with such vast hatred ;for though: lution effected the cotton husbandry of the ( \ I _

::1 PHILAN'DEK KIMBALL, Iroprietor.Jas. Abbeville, 1 1'v' co., Ala.HASTINGS :- ready to sympathise with any brave but vanquished United: St.ates.! In 17S2, the entire crop was 138, I t
. W E.: OW,.:>:STroy :\ About half past: three o'clock in the afternoon, warrior, the massacres of the Alamo, Goliad, 32S Ibs. ; in 1842,785.221,800)( Ibs. were produced. 1
e 14e rl'allci General Houston gave orders for the officers oft the and Tampico had filled our bosoms with sentimentsso The first Provincial Congress in this State, held

it MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER Piice co., Aia.Rtferslo -. T j\an army to para-le! their respectivecommands, bitter towards this man, that pity had no abiding in January, 1775, recommended to the inhabitantsto _

g ...\'(,. ::2t tjj Bo."crlnear, Riohglon st. Col. A McAllister- ) '. iv'i'Ji: in the rne .,1tine, depatch :little party place. Houston turned the conversation to plant entirely cotton disregarded.but th iir recommendation The whole quantityof was almost _

4 NEW YORK. novl ly Gen. A J McAllister, 5 Hen< r y co,Ala.: IcL'tfroy I ; a bridge, the oaly: one comtnu.nc-iting' : : I these subjects, when Santa Anna defended them, that commodity prior to 1795, exported from

Hon'le. Jag E Reiser, Montgomery; Ala. wit'i the Brazos, and (thus Cut oil all possibility (of on the ground expediency and having received the! Dated States, was inconsiderable but in that _
r, Andrew. Cooke, Gen'l.! John Dill, Fort Gaines= Ga. escape should 1 the enemy be vanquished. And strict orders from his Government This was year it amounted to ,276SOO lbs ;- othisthe proportion -

COMMISSION: MERCHANT, Messrs. Chester & lIcGritIpal'a.. Fa. .. yet Santa Annasays this bridge was destroyed by quite as absurd as Caasar, or Cromwell, or Napoleon contributed by South Carolina was _
;T No. :3 C.1u.tl. cur. Tclioupitou.as st. -25th: IS J. (the Texans: to retard his pursuit, when he crosd: had spoken orders ; every one knowing 1,110,6.33Ib5.AmonC .
January 1 jan29 tf
the of
i: New Orleans, La. it on the previous day entire The gallant !little that he was, and still is, military despot and exports Charles Town from
:iy Refers to-:Messrs: Harper & Holrm, with and all dictator in Mexico, and November, 1747: to November, 1748, are included ,. \
"%Tm. Sydney Green, Til. D. army paraded alacrity spirit impatient ruling people parliament seven bags of cotton wool, valued at :C3 11s. od. .

4; -jaalStlnov- Apalachiiola_ _Fla._ DR. GREEN takes this opportunity of expre- for the contest. Rest and food had done by the sword Houston then resigned his tent to per bag.: In 1754, 'some cotton" was again exported _____
SaEP.LltO- --- ? his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure wonders: each man felt able for two or three him, placing a guard of officers around to preventthe from South Carolina. In 1770, there were _
)IT T. Lirrixc: )rr, WM: H. WYATT.tlii them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren- Mexicans, and loudly declared his feeling.- vengeance of the soldiers, who furious at the shipped to Liverpool, three bales l from New York,

LippiacoitV y\ti, der himself more useful in his profession. Their great inferiority in numbers-less than one- cold-blooded slaughter of their companions. cried four bales from Virginia and Maryland, and three -
j.r GROCERS & COMMIT-: ) \lECIIANTS: Oiiic t on Centre, near Water street dcc25 half-appeared only to increase their enthusiasm aloud for him to be put to death. While all felt bales from North Carolina. Before the Revolufinriarv -

th 1'0,2 Xew Leve? and .1 T-* ;n'Ji'it'Ulal st.. BLUE STORE:?'-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS and confidence and render them more anxious to he deserved any' fate that mi;;ht befall him,Jet all u'dr. Virffinid exnorted.. cosmuNifinfc A-( ; : .
NEW ORLEANS. :xr;. hemp fhxseed and cottoN to the value of
,
ap20( ly I begin. Remember Crocket,' said some bosom- were well aware that, as!' api'isonerofwar, he wa
( -- ,- Thos. 1!!. Doyle & Co. $ thO.)!) In 1754, an American vessel tint carried '
friend of (he murdered hunter. Recollect Fan- entitled to our protection and that his h having 1
:
eigh? bags: to Liverpool seized the
; Thomas Bertram, SHIP OE1ANDLERS & GROCERS was on ground ;
fin ancien ami. and violated divine and human maxim wouldbe
whispered some 'Aye, every :: that so Mfcn corro.v: COULD NOT BE THE PKODUCEOF <
COMMISSION MERCHANT\ Nod. 2 & .I Delonl street, corner of Front Levee, Bowie and the Alamo,' chimed in others ; and no excuse i for our doing the same. nu: t xr.n.nT.TES.: : In 17S5: 14 bags; in 1786,6

yf No. 54 Common street. and at No. 2 J Natchez street, teeth were set, and looks of vengeance passed Next day aCoflVeiitioi' was signed: between bag#; wlIU'J: bags; in 17dS,389 bag* iu 1789}842

-- NEW ORLEANS., novl ly N. ORLEANS. along the impatient ranks. Our position afforded Houston and Santa Anna, who ordeied General b J.- -- fte General every facility and opportunity for making Fihsola and Saonato rt'tIto San Antonio de this8 country: of these; 153 bags were sent directly,
'v. Woodland & Co.MERCHANTS.
and of the
COMMISSION 03WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL DEALERS : all necessary: arrangements preparatory to an Bexar, and Urrea to Victoria. A final treatyvas a (portion reniainderbythewayofPhiladeiphia
in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and} advance, without our designs being exposed to on the 1st 0 May entered into between 'His Excellency first and of New York, from Charleston.Carolina The
No. IS Commerce street, bag: cotton sold in South was
,. New Orleans La. novl Window Glass, &c.Vill keep constantly on the *nemy. To the first regiment, commandedby the GeneraJ .in.chief of the army of purchased in 1784, by John Teasdale, from Brian
ly hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows : Colonel Burleson, was assigned% the centre.- operations, President of the Mexican Republic, : Cape, then factor Charleston. The first bag of

Commission Business. WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; The second regiment, undfcr the command of Colonel Don Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, for one party ; I 1 the wool exported from that city to Liverpool, arrived .
White and Red Lead, dry ; Venetian Red; Sherman: formed the left wing of the army. and His;: Excellency the President of the Republic I January*20th, 1785, per Diana, and was consigned -
jf New York, March 12th, 1844. Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black; The artillery, under the especial command of cf Texas, Mr. David G. Burnet, for the other par- to Messrs. J. &; J. Teasdale & Co.
, from[b WITH a knowledge of business derived Chrome Green and Saxon do; Colonel George W. Hockley, Inspector-General, ty; by which the former bound himself 'not to The exports fiom 1790, though very much

an experience of more than twenty years in Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black; was placed on the right of the first regiment, and take up arms, nor to influence their being taken mixed increased up with foreign when cottons, slowly but steadily j
:op. ConmE'rciat until 1794, a powerful impetus was $
j : j : and other business pursuits! and good Green and Blue Verditter; I four compames of infantry, under the commandof up, against the people Texas ;' and thus ended given to the cotton culture bv the invention of the -
"rJJJJies, the undersigned: tender their services, Chrome Yellow and Orange do; Lieut. Cobnel Henry Millard, sustained the the first war of independence. saw gin by Eli Whitney, Massachusetts. This- .

:d tlse COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the pur- FINE COLORS:Ultatnarine and, Cobalt ; : artillery upon the right. Our cavalry, sixty-one General Filioso, and Urrea then commenceda ingenious'but unfortunate artist, who by his machine -
r
ti and sale of all kinds of Produce, and Forand Lallow Lake and Crimson do; only in number, so many horses having been retreat ; quite disasterous in the extreme, doubled the wealth and means of employment -

it. their Domestic Goods. Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red ; killed and wounded on the previous day, were and! attended with every dismal circumstance, of his countrymen, and thereby an especial
!isbed hu*iness will be conducted upon estab- Chinese Vermillion ; English do; commanded by Colonel Mirabeau B. Latnar-to which could add to its natural dtsagremen. The manner conferred on the plantation States a .,

ii1 tbrJ for principles, and with a view to prompt re- Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre; this pftsition he hid atta/ned in consequence of Mexican General in the first place monopolizedthe benefit was rewarded that can by scarcely South Carolina be estimated, Xorth in Carolina money .

i all sales effected, and answers to alljJ Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown ; York do; his daring :alhntryofthe previous day, his com waggons to carry their own private plunder, and Tennessee only.! The first appropriated J50,, 4
with which they may be favored. Crocus Martis; Mineral Green ; rades insisting on being led by him to the charts. the baggage of the troops being left behind. X)0) ) for the use of his invention within her limits;

t<*t to f of Exchange drawn"against shipments of Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c. I had exchanged company for a command Under Rains poured down upon the rich alluvial soil between the second laid a tax of five years of 2s. 6d. upon
:,A n or other Produce will be duly honored on OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil ; Do. boiled; Lamar. Brazo: and the Colorado, had: changed the ewry aw in every gin that was mounted withinits
teipt of Invoice and Bill Lading special into of mud in which the jurisdiction; and the J last imposed tax of 871
a
1 or by Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil; To begin the action we were dispatched: to green pararies seas: :
eetne' for funds at maturity, with advices of Paint Brushs\ from No. 1 to 6,000,000; the enemy's left in front which we rods, as if Indian canoe might have floated. At one I place, cIs upon every taw, to be continued for four yearS -

"iillblJ ity of drawers. Varnish do. of all sizes ; to tempt them out, but in rain: ; all was still and called Atasquito, says one writer, they} til-red inventer Notwithstanding derived no these pecuniary liberal benefit legislative from acts hisgm., the -

g ..ttar30 FOWLE DE COIN & CO.. Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8 ; Badger Hair; quiet, though the sentine were carefully observing the most. Here they were overtaken by dreadful lie expended the whole amount rceind from South
6m.
78 Pearl street. Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and roiind; us. This should be\remarked: as many cold' rains, in the middle of a swamp; through l'arohna-irom the other States he received a

A AINTs.OiLs, GLASS &.c. VARNISHES:Copal, white; Coach do; call the battle a surprise-none, however, but which with the utmost dilficulry the progress of mere pltt..nce-H1 defending himself against
100 kegs!White Lead Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do; the paid servants of Mexico. Meantime, an extensive a day was about three miles.' By dint, however, arbitrary uud vexatious suit, and in prosecutions
; island enabled Houston to of great exertion and they succeeded in i'r violation of his right: Over the
li 5 bbls Linseed Oil 5 do Mastic, for Pictures, &c. of timber con courage patent grave
; Lamp; them thence in dragging the and through these of this distinguished i benefactor of the human race,
:} borg Glass-assorted sizes WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of centrate his forces, and to deploy artillery waggons
; dismal General Filisola, in a dispatch a monument is erected, with this simple butexpressive )
100 UM Verdegris Paint Brushes French, Endish and American. gallant style, agreeably to his design. Everything swamp inscription
; :
tOikl Varnish, Lithenire Red Lead, &c.,; &c. 03- Mixed Paints of all colors, for team\ Boats, succeeded admirably, the troops showing an unexpected (of this retreat I rely wholly on Mexican authority after- '" The inventor of the saw gin.*'
Just with a regularity and discipline. Every evo- having dispatched to Galveston directly
received/and for sale by Shipping: and Plantation use; together
ot and the capture of Santa Anna) to his own Covermrnt Ore seldom finds that for which he
B. S. HAWLEY variety of articles in the Painting line, too numerous ) lution was performed with precision alacrity Etekf w'ha
w cor. Chestnut &. Commerce stccts., to mention. jy6 J ly and then, at the word of command, advancing tow -peiking of the 30th of April,says.La norht ha searches: for it witn impatience.:



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..". -,. For the Commercial Advertiser. From the Ladies' National )!;gazine.
; -- OCEAN STEAMERS.Alluding
i DEMOCRACY vs. REPIJB.ICANISM.vVe POLITICS AND WOMEN. THE SQUALL.
the .
for
the ofthe project
artidC to revival
'4 ii 1.ipUcfflKcIitlis1nTiT1t11.IL' ] \ copy the following extract from anpublished establishment of a line of ocean steamers between The sewing society met at Mrs. Seguins-the EY THE.AUTHOR or TILE REEFER or "7 6."

in IJrownson's Quarterly 1eVi9"which scandal of the day had been fully discussed
', lac- New York and England the N. Y., xpres3 says : We were on the coast of Africa, and had ti
J -Pr t'SnCOLA, MONDAY,_ OCT. 14, )3.1-1. illustrates and defines in a most si the American the fashions for the, coming winter-next in importance how got into the midst of a British j OIne.
\ .. -., i __ __ j i a'bcl. ratic The charter grant&I in lsW: called Squadron, from
J the difference had been commented upon-and nearly which we saw no chance of
several counties tory manner, between Atlantic Steam Navigatiol Co. is to be revived. I escape. But our

\ '.re Post Territory M nt the is i sion, resolved to carry on to the last.
I Election, JOOJO.( in shares of >UO'each. It proposed occurred before- The'ind
tu ) it
as soon of possible after commend it to our readers :- $ was remarkable, as never fresh and

lit "'. ,is of tie* counties ; and Hi so tlozng *' Our fundamental institutions 31'0.0 the statesman f first to build one ship u,000: warrant.tons,The and when Miss Flitchum inquired of an old lady- was miles astern, gaining a heavyfrigate on us so was about tn(
thc rapidly that
be ', the
business
re- other may
uflll chrchman ships as We
.y
_ 'fl'L,1 con ra. favor which what the gospel is to the has had "if she attended the democratic meeting on the saw she would overtake us before night-fall
f
the some, r.-1ply, but in no Went here is Juntas Smith, ]fCl''ho even
*.\1 .ca.W, for as soon as we reeWl law which he is to develope and following Han if we should throw overboard the and
The
seek of, this sort. hill two weeks before. guns
'each of tIT paper con V* may progress much experience sa"
wfetfjjtend to a copy to set aside. the timbers. But this
case
change, or cost was not the worst
xist- > of rhc probable
rejurns..r1.ke under0 through estimate by the agent "Yes," said she, and it appears impossible aspect
I JUytlrre complete
but of
only progress ; to our case. A corvette, whose single broadnde
I of
law prescribe and business the stojmer .
,:_u Com'l Adv'r alIce, tug institutions. This ii thr COllS 'rvat??.. Calculation of Expense of bvldlns a Meimdiip i for any one who heard those speeches to give could sink us, was coming up on our Weath

j\ Apalachic a, ".. myself, and what I mea1 C.Hscrrat1\'e br side, but Icontend of two thousand tons for thc hurapean their vote to such a man as Henry Clay." I bow, and would soon be within cannon shot.
-- ----- -- "I not only take the But so much had I been w
/ Miss occupied
7 Jion5 come under te} Trade. Yon would probably think, replied during the

I J i scantier Caught-Th N York Tribune that our in 'Uullonal RcpMf9 and Hull of the.ship complete,2.o} O tons, atCoppering Flitchum, "just the same of Polk, if those last few minutes, and since the wind had fresh.

;" -...ondl11.tmanrlrr. ; from i denomination ot a (:/JITBrv. The wtablisl l to.l; .. . . . . . .t'12O)0 ened, in the excitement of our position, that I had
} I I' V'5. .Kc not under hat of a i is not the democratic, and work . . 10,000 speeches had been delivered by whigs. not noticed the sudden change that was comin*

I f GJsoP;, is i' crman). He had taken political order in th")to country apply] the democratic theory, Spars, sail., rigging copper, boats, pimps, an- 1\0, indeed," broke in Mrs. Fatwig, who had over the heavens, until an exclamation from the

.c ii 3 ', m where the authorities and every aUenJ.r'tc.of its jujerprutation,' i is an attempt cables, &c: . .. . . ir>,f'' been itching to speak for a longtime-" no, indeed lieutenant called my attention to it. \\ hen last

J .1gg nat f itb him, but going into as the i p'rinc,.llutoJ. : and to bz ,.csjstetjt By} a donnt'r:1'V. ] Internal t fittings. . . . . . 10,00J whatever they may say against Polk, he is I looked astern, the sky was comparatively clear-
at l' now an intensely black cloud, spreading inl:
with
if that
.
older I
tkt f, I' 016, he was arrested by the t understand .a .political. -. Furniture for seventy-five pnsc1igersandolicors. ,. he i.conceivable
'. .rH' for President than Clay- is
1 1 much better from small
4 I ;":' /Called{ oivK-r which o .s none-in wtncii tneIISaVc : . . . ., . . 'I,u''J' a man rapidity a speck i in the
f : J'.t vf/ : t led thrown into prison.aftised ]primarilY! and without reference to any Water lan'cs' cooking stoves and fIttings .lf')',"! a true patriot who will do nothing but what he horizon, had nearly covered the firmament. Then

'Aft1I4i- 1' J I' to pay over to the ,!nority constituting them a body politic, are Six hundred horse power steam engine, thinks: i is for his country's gool""So : the fri at'as distinctly visible i with a p* ( mid

3J :. .irj a larje sum of money, .it-Id to he the source of all the legitimate power with surplus :articles . . . 110,0-JO said and the only of canvass rising on her hull ; now all we could

I 'J q;.: .1,wt when the agents arrived in the State. The people are above the Constitution Paddlevheei . . . . . 10,000; i is Clay, a whigess, see of heY were her naked spars?, scarcely per cp. .
'
'. rt"' '" and instead of being governed by it, are Continigeutfund. . . . . . 13,000 difference 13 that the latter has the ability to perceive tible against the dusky back ground, as she rose
If he 1. *aVc any such payment, its creator. Tin; Constitution i is, and can 1)J, only. what is good, and the former has net-Mr. and fell uneasily upon the swell. The strange

;) f't, 1eokr'/ Oariton' spoken of. a rule, which they lay down for themselves, and l ',: :10n.lli t I:) Clay strong for protection: and judging from sails on the weather bow were lost in the dailu

I I of the which it isoption-tl with them whether they will '' Ship read for sea will! not exceed( 500,000, goes ness. stilled, oppressive heaviness, was in the

I 4 tfatchitoches I irolclc follow or not. It is, under the relation of govern- and will probably cost something less than this. appearances, (looking steadily at 'Mrs. Fatwig) it air ; mournful sounds,' as those heard in a sick

.,. (l ,oJ J I rt n? the report ti.it President 'mcnt, as good a* no government at all. In a con- is what same.la ie:' husbands need more than man's fevered dreaui, met the ear at interval; the

:1,y" ,4 17S73N t., riv'cd at the seC of the I recent stitutioml[ republic the great body of thc people Probable return thaftlc dip nUl make running any thing eh?\."""' wind, instead of coming in a steady gale, struck

I had caned outI share! in the administrationof ViiJf and Liverpool. the sails now right and left in unquiet imfe, and
and JMw
J *oT ominous
will suddenness
in another instant
: the but they can administer the out and equal to died
I .J I _- iiuitiaofSabne:; : and] S. An; istinc counties, government ; Seventy-five pJscnI'I's '
that amiable: dead calm.
lady. and there Around
was a
government only under thc Constitution, and can flflhUfldfCtl and: fifty, aterage p.ss.gc away, as
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,, 1 l.Jt& nul succeeded in cap1"0? Waller .lform all, hold and exercise power only by its authorization. flI.t1'yI2.:. . . . . . -I.J- # Those who require such! protection: ," said a far as the eye could see, the waves were of a I

\\J *be leader of the "n ')1ators." Thi individual The Constitution may b3 alterable, hut only by Eight hundred. to'H! good/outward, at #7. 5,000( young dcinocntes, are very few in comparison I: pitchy hue, like the fabled waters of the dead ,

w "-;-.me.liatelv pi on trial on several indict- its own authority, by virtue' of its express; provision Eight! hundred 'H hime l at 2J..20,500 with t those that desire annexation" sea. "Tho corvette was lying just within cannon :I
I hold to h thc actual clriracter of from lotte and parcels, shot, pitching heavily upon the long, troubled
o .J. Ii' /' for treason nd mun I cr. The report that I a ?. This: I ( : Average returns *
Polk is elected
> : Flitchum- '
political institutions; and so holding, I must the government! should refuseto Yes, said: Miss pwell, her sails! now bdl} in2 out, and now thrown
our supposing I
;: "i it4.".#battle hrd taken place between the rival I need ro.; t tie!! attempts to convert them into a allow us any; compensation (for carry- there i is no doubt but that we shall all be an- by tti puts tLt against the ma>t. Before aiother

: ,i, 'j \., i is also confirmed. Sixty or oi rity. r. orvi. democracy, anti seek to rally tho! sound and rc- in*; tne1 I 1_. . . i i'O'! ) nfJ'ctl: :' f-eld she, too, fell dead in line rah':! .,.fi ( InealOOked

4 *.i..j aie said to 111"been killed. Tho Chroni- l!"cting! portion of the community to their tup- became that is at one another i.i dumb urr *" ?, tr>
the conversation general- ,
\ Here often :>. t f'V: !bad be.-i ia the fropi '. Lt.v'II.
I .testhat such has been the tu ule.tt and port, it* th-\v are. $ t ji2'The ., '
I all talked-none li3 :ncd. Mr Fatwig was !H\'t'! i '(> stiddca: a change m the sky.
= for the estimatedat : i
; constitutional
tly
'. It But, \viiie contending parnp disbursements: fill' j. voyage, arc
of these lawle bands for "'
J.t nr conduct a year 4 'l t rometer; : : eagerly asked the
:! : th'ory, in opposition! to [the democratic 3')), lOt GO. Profit of each voyage, going :and( 1 finally heard to ?ayi '" :
". 1!I that society on the frontier completely f' !: r"- ; "r-.- ('ivining thecauseci t the calm.
administered m-tn. ;
-- 't i:1: I conlenil. whomsoever ret (irfliti;. Hj; '1'2. Deduct 2jt J per cent. corn- : dhy i-; a of no principle ;gambler- "
., ',inized and the of Lou- should administered t for the good of the whole for 17,0; >0.) j': I : ,..', l ho was answered.
adjoining parishes:: be ini ipns, and there i? )le'.t nett profiN. Polk's
) I't.' and I'll bet the finest silk drwn in tovn on .; ', : 'it have a uchite sqnall, then, before
I ... 'ept also in a state alarm. Among thei [ponle, rj!eci:.lly of t the ]poorer and more numerous'classes. It is calculated( that a steamer will make sixvoyages :
silence
"
,I I" It i is hero. in relation to the end l for in a : ; which at the above rate, would long, he s1nt.d in the thrilling ; raaSa
I
yeir
: '9 committed it is reported that thc Reg- election.:1:1 fait thinir laa'u and batten down-have all
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which goverment should ba administered that yield an annual nctt profit of :- LtLO' li ; showing I another, said the old lady. every
I ,. *' pursued one of their victims into the pa- democracy Ins its Intimate, and only legitimateplace. i Wlt'all to do, ready for a run But surely the corvette's nnd" "'
it : t tkit 1 site will do l ;! steanihips: : ought The bets were initanlly taken! and agreements the
_ D Sot, and murdered him within a few So far as we understand: by d democracy viz : clear herself ia throe.veus. and continued as the distant hip, regardless

""' .: ,f Mansfield. the constitution and administration of the goverInent ..uVe __. _. -., ,- drawn un. in writing. Other bets were made omens around, openifg her !battery upon us, her

f 4 < for the: interests of the great ma s of the \ copy the f.j1'vilgPI"tt, ind by the seme of the poorer members went so far as to guns reverberatinsawlully; amia the suptrnatunlduikness c

1 .:wt&rr Lin of Pll: 'ets.-In addition to the people, so as to break! down all fdctitious distinctions mate and t of the Schr. Pacificdated, stake! th.ir petticoats, and other unhcard-cf arti- and the red flashes shooting t'rcm her t
I\\F: ,1 maintain V.l.: I'UT passenger dark hull, like fire vomited from some sepulchral \'
of clas caste :an lit t '-
: 'H'> discussed the
f .j ) Fid flt of! liners :.Already running between reticaily only, but practically, eq'iil before; Hie Key West, Sept. 12th, IS 11, bound from N. York dc:. The subject was again bark, and lighting up the sloom with an unearth. !

t 1 I" Y,rfc jind Liverpool; ], another line lia< been law, I am, of course, a democrat ; any. fliriher to A ttakJ.paV it h an assorted valuable car o. : greatest excitement and most unlaJy-like! feeling ly lJre. Oht! : \v,u a fearful sight to see naacombatting I

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f r l' !Ti:-11], to be called the St. George's Line of than- this, or in any other sense than tni1 aai I It appears that: there has been some underhanded prevailed-till. \Ir. Fatwig, red with rage, pronounced \vnen the elements were lowering '

I 1..*.;," and to consU (f the following! new not, and n vcr have been a democrat. The great work in the afi'air, and the Captain the whole whig party a set of thieves around him, And he knew not but in another ; ,'
social cud I have aimed at, in all publication hour, he woal.l tand: in fie prcsen-eof hisGcd.
always
1"I 4t .: : -St. George, of 1000 tons Capt. Ferris ; and to which my whole life is my consecrated hasfathcr been bribed oy bought, and that the and scoundrels. What cn he mean :" exclaimed the capuin,

i 1 .. -c, Hale, ofSOO tons, and the St. Patrick, i is> the moral, intellectual, and social amelioration schooner has bean: unjustly, and probably, ille- hIt is a shameful lie," slid Miss Flitchum, a: the discharges leaped forth again and again from

I I t <; .!"ar, of 100J tons. of the less favored classes, on whorntYils: gally condemned. We hope that the matter will which words were no sDone.uttered than the the corvette's! side, lighting up her ..lth.l1kdtili rT

!; the principal p.irt: of the. burdens of society, and ba fully investigated, and if there has been any former hdys fat hand came in such: sudden: con- sails and spars and then leaving h---r ;.ilm'>:t insible :. .
*lt>m ProJcllCTs.-The New York Sun rccd in tr-e: Cuthering l'om.; surt'lv( het"
S says, who receive a few of its honors, or its ad-
p- very frau committed that the guilty lnrtiewiH be tact with her car that it laid her upon the floor- l..I.'I- i ,
'l'I''fthkt'. ,
"
wr it we now at our wharves a steam propeller vantages. To this end r"am called to labor, by _, es : ; ,
each party rnshod to the rescue-thc old'! l dvtumbltsd I :: .',t r.--rv. .i; !'p,) ',:': ',',f'of'Z": :;
and faith severely punished.
I : a.< .j for China and another out for the my sympthits: is a man; by my as a -'
fitting ** : :
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': Christian Mi-s in tit! I i'--etn; it .m ;I., : :, .ti.r, r 1 t .: IPhal 1'J.j.:
,c ta.'l.of! cliristia.i! noUn say by my prnfewion as 7'en'inTlof: Fiorina.County over Flitohnmtpole : .
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Constantinople, while the Iron Revenue minister. But laborinf'ffcr' this end in one thing of Monroe-City of Key West. stomach! laid Mrs. Fathea"ily: on top of tV: \! .lJi1mm; f) -... tn(;, Ai they wxnttoix': '! ;if Ie "Jr.

i .Mers Spencer and Legare, (both built Hbnrino estnlish rather to realize: the Pacific of ..:1-..'4 ,
to political Snhr.
: or .T op11! -ro\vn, m-it; ot tile ACVHIV.MI old almost smothered with \vraHi aid hri'L .
a-r.i, it Messrs. Dunham & Co's. steam boiler theory: which derives all power from the .'..IIt1wcti' T. .. WalKr-r, ( ;J. It. liarhrr lady-wuo I N .1" :" ra"qh"tli'

I t..: "i v. :a iicomotive engine foundry,) call forth the people, who arc to be ihs1hjrcb, and leaving and K l'vsrd <'oo;>er. Passengers on boar.loiitl her heavy: burthen! seized a 'inith whicN: ?!;' (I 'r ,'yr:.t ,, .' z.- \?

them fl'-?3 to do whatever they choose, is another, r'h\.ner iaci tr, do hereby sittc -t \\v\\\ \ i'i-\v: pricked II?! :-) severev, th.t she could ncfs-t1, <* bf*: tl>S. F 'e-P.' t .', it ,. i' i l*
I \ 5iu nation of every one as they move around the rtt S'lil l ou board: ai(! :dlnont'l' at to! port uf Xt-w :
,. and, niles I greatly deceive myself: a very ciiTer- : I from ;v::tnt II..r rtH..x.t t'2- w :
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fur sovcval weeks alterCa and
4 k Vork; the 2t'h fi.iy of August now 1a -t .-.t, itain \'. down -a *.ieLs '- ,
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htr/! r. These cutters are about to be dispatch- cnt thin on pa I Fvrtiirgtt b".rni w s' ..itA i" "
\ ; board an acrortfd caro and boisu.'i; fir flew about with: wonderful; i'.ic.,. ; : '
rj :> the goverment on a trial of speed, to test '. This political theory I have never accepted, Franklin 1nl Attakapcis: and that notjiing }/la '.6f1l rajidy; '. : !i; ev, alt w H m ut>* fast t bar 1Ll!i S )'
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vi, : tlr. cierits of their respective modes of propulsion. and never can accept; till lam convinced that: occurred until Owr' arrived al this place, on '[ scratched-hair was pull, d-d>*e
government is no longer neces J.r'y. It utterly day th' Oih of September! 'ist.uit. vvhern the vcs ?- all the ferocity of feminine 'iinbat exfci'i'\-.; :| n,'. In :iivtrnipv5 we .vere r- Hi! -

Tiu- Legare has Erickson's propeller, and the incompatible with ton rment itself. Ir l \va-C'jirii.'l: to1": .-r.S.. <\; 11. Haley &; and even murder might have t'U>: uVi, :. tl: n t-,.- t -.r1O'r', b.rej t .h! oitc.acjg: totlif':. i '
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I I i *'J5;>':nccr" Hunter's. Both are very similar, ( 'o. In thc ;afternoon: rf: :ame dwfr.. Ifalfv ) There it cones '."' suddenly said: i t1! <' .'
': letter dated London the sold some potatoC's an i other! articles at auction, racket buought to the door am nberof! : cistle.n; 1 .
I an 'o Erickson belongs the original honor of in- The following at on in a thrilling vace.Ve
"j > ertion. the IGlh and published in the Augsburg for the master. ( V;tun: }!'lTch ; VOId ou Tuesday, who, by rnuh:: exertion, and a few cuffs and \ looKed( :ici t In! the cloudso'i! rl! ,
.August u.1 about 10 o'clock, got I under svei.li i and proceeded l-
\ scratches, at leii1t sui-ccedtid' in stopping tile ;). i irhy! :nacric! .vere jilted up, and a 1 It- -
i: Gazette, is quoted in London journals as of some on our voyage. The wilJJ liaht, united down ,
''ii I .*: It seems somewhat singular, says the Xew oif the Liht: and caiiic! too. Captain: -md ciwvwot t tight, and forcing: th-m cut of doors, where their sickly itjcht w.'i poured forth upon th .
I : 9. Orleans Picayune, that the sailing packets which authority : t on shore at !sun.iown; and li.i: not return! until then f uu? mo.oiijr, and lushing a.-n '.1.1
t ;' reach New York "Orders hav .''i.-t be-on civen to arm srvend: J 12 oVlork: at nidit. Alt" r livy '!lIt on shnrf. husbands and guardians, who clarod itut venturewithin ffvarfiilly unnn fe strained nerve-i:. .1..

I ; bring more passengers than the ships of war aol frigate The !number of s".\ln"'l1 ript'.jiiitnldthicr'wtlif: : schooner )leaked, clarIHIi.Jth were waiting to conduct them norr.p.SQUIB.. -,:;,.ora ; a.id:' 4i't'ie wild roar ol" t -
\, Steamers. The list i of those who amounts to ;jO tfJaj in'nIhe old box and tol! them ,I .' .
I came out in the at o prcent rcceivir.g pay .., 'd. ; ;' t li.iad! a? much inonov -va; hparcl fl)1't i.Z ana snrieLiIng ,I'
Victoria would fill warHCdlllc r' third of morning
of s-urvey
I : fr* a one our columns. ; a< if rr.. hp It i i.< not doubtful thtt in six weeks flp'-l would i'i oIL: coni titig of the following-ThouiuCunnin,- -- .
t : ; ready to ass* niblij!. at Spithpa1!. The tirnlii''h IKTII of th firm of S. vK. I llal.' Co. Wm.M"iriht".v IH wall air, IMvs'dthen !IS a :', -i
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'f.i OF PHILADELPHIA.-The Philadelphia : v A: The 1 Editor of the I N. Y. Courier, in an article ... ., .
affar.-: have taken between France and England fa- senti,| .r'S- "; -" '
(foimcrly master of I the"schr.. 11 "
t \ North anger, the of iadi\Idu.il; eflbrt .
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i, : American states that the new buildings ere vors the view of t'ic: ICinj, ror of }n-ii.{ ThrrrcpoMls of Ril'intore, ruridomued and *n\t\ ] in this paci! ', upon great power in any bolt! CM' IV $ ,', ',i '-",\' ," -.r

i i ; r tedorincourseoferectionduringtliepresetyeS uvi-i'1 by tint !\
I { i were 403 in the city proper, 113 m the Northern have b' pn rfii'.vod; by CO'Hltt'.-'",.>!rod('. 1lI; [ ; C. F. Thompson, of this (>''ace, who ordered In the outset;: of Ten.erance: reform in thi liS Lit: i: ; :. :, '
'. ured that: the Fr,'nch ( lovpriinu-iit is f iy! in- ., State an individual( UJJH uho.o shoulders! n'u-h -
I n ? the! v'l! tn 1 l.f t.5i4nt. I >tlKwi! iff and discharcod .
Liberties, 459 in 5pring Garden and 143: in Kensinrjton. ( fr 'n our si.it If. i ': ': "
fonnpii on tlussubeot.: t Th. Co-ircof t. p. er.- ofhertvr.". and !hov? out i'or i'urtlier' txaiitna- of its weight !for mm-i ye.irs rested, made an ar- l .
I Total 1120. Add to this the new buildI burg is fcaid to IMV JAred;: tlio tlu oji! (,I' 1 Tti: ;!! md! tion Anibl c.u7)e) oi board ana took her to the rangomentvi1h the editor of UK- "Journal oi borne i. ;mi I.e 1'i'<:'trj: -; i'i -,
We spoke '.o ;''.r'd w se< : f !
ins: in Southwark, Moyamensing, and West Philadelphia an alliance oiVon-ivc; .n-.l d-fenMVf, in case of wharf. TMC niKtte nti.l :pa.--rr.vrs aboyo named, Humanity," at Andover, Mas.[ to furnish "S.O'Ja' ,rethle3
war with Franco. Th ; Kinji--ror: aJ.tad ihat: he but e/ich mat' .r >.nl; a ro.-c-, \vaiftd :
and the will exceed finding tiiat! iin maM-r: .i' proceeding: in a man- for one at dollaV each. Those
: aggregate 13)). copies ) year one
would I p! ice his ontirt* land and sea force at thp I Ihedid not tlrnk! ri'lit opposed and I ly till the tht: phrer.ZT of the hurricane shO'l.te
IIT protested.v'ain.t :
p i4Uj he directed to he sent to eight thousand
(li-i>odl of the! allied jiowcTs. It i isc'n" !10 divine gentlemen .; '
t&/" The Potatoe crop of the United States! y lh? proceediius, as th< sJil: srhooiifr was who spent.; i
exceed in this State- recommended
(he un wI'r of the 1inghii' ( rov*>ininv'] t. Itox :.s-ts were as being dour
1 hundred ? tii--n in the like: ordt-r. I< wrin! she left Z\,-\v York It \. inawful: moment. In vain we s!
one and eiqht millions tf bushels that tin- Cabinet of t the Tuill'-ri will'ide to the most likely: to take an interest in the subject,
: and that she did not leak! any tnnr than ;\lien she cye* mjnH to catch a sight of onrlateeneoXolhing ?-
fq'zahin value to $21O(},O :. A PCI ions loss, if i i oquitablp aol moderate re )r' ..fntulions of rIl: ,'- (1.-ft New V nik. TIicv therefore t did Pr;ter, with the re-ju'-t that they would read and! circulate m
j this crop should fail this season, as apprehended. .. land, and that it will not b- noccss.iry; to liuve recourse I and do herein mo.t t-olcsuuly Protect, i-qains-t! all ihi'm. Tliii amount of good accomplished by ab'.vi and the thick:eye curtain of mUt shrouding Min
to war. If, however, tranquillity; should! and every per.-on or pvrsonsXvh it.sofvr, that has this j judicious donation: of $S,000 is incalculable. that
(tJ- The Orleans Ball Room, with HIP bar and I bo iiitorruptpd, it would! be the inti'rpft-t of all the b : European; (;Jov/nnm'Mita: to put an end to it as wo were careering on to the corvette,
lerlartiit the s.iidhooncr P .cifi. i j- i i'l rl '
S.- : 1 saloon attached, which was last leased for ( ; i \ ..iT., assured a trie.id of tho writer that the dis'n'ntiivvof -
year (jujcklv as jio-ill"! by di>|)| ivi.iian;i- inipo-inur force.It "line order to acroinplisli!) her s!\i-.l iut--., J.' \ I velocity I which i imagination can scarcely conceite.
I : $4000, was a few days since adjudicated at public i is, tliorefoio, beyond doubt that in case of war am.1, as sIr was the dy she I 'fr :'.'W York t these papers hd; } diminished the sale All at ones we heard a boatswain's whistle ShOOtout :
I J auction for for the there would be a lLuiaii-Eiili.Ii alliance." of it.jvicafing drinks in !the small town of his beheld *
one year extraordinary sum of (Signed) JOIIH! (\F': of the 1l1pOrS ahead, and suddenly
i r -.ideJCP, to the value of $-!.jO! thus
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n. K. Trvur1i : ; abaTe
9791. ;
single tall j ar OT the corvette, towering
I t TmT or.lX.Corro' (or.-Ag a matter of ,:. conpijiiT. I: !iiit.'o"leoi!! | a single town, in one year more than the gloom, :which in another instant: cracked and

t, I $ 53- The assessed value of property in th? city of I general interest we make; tic* following extract .WALKKH.: I tiuve times the cost of the paper. went over ,her side, as the mists momentarily subsided

I : Brooklyn this year shows an increase of$ 115,723 from the Charleston Mercury of the 13th[ inat :- ber.Sworn A. I before). lb41.tiigiitd .me, this twelfth day of : t'ptCr.l. and we saw that we were driving right

i over the assessment of 1813.; The Iritf-r of our correspondent irive- nielm-: ( ) A. rATTKK30XXot., rublic.J .:!ilcr's Tat sion.-Tlw Editor of the upon her, :Powerless beft re the gale. We cooW

1 I clIO!} pi :turf-of th,' cotton \',*, andhisfciutemenKth 1 Cincinnati i t i Chronicle, who recently atL-nded aI'vtmpofpirson do little, i if anything, with the h!-1m. The corvette

: 1 !/ CniCKET.-The match for $1,000 a fid.b...- .,' result of bcwi\ (c\'f"iWtv? observation and AK-xnnnVr P
tween the Toronto Cricket Club and tha! St.George's ronver-Mtion; ; with inti'httjoiif arid! \veilthv! piasters connu>sond and -=vvom. for Ihe ITHMU/ Hnf!!;; following as !iris latent exposition; of" the end of tlmm: : anci broaching: to, with thejatcrs ;N n/I.

-. I j Club of New York, terminated on Thursday from !nearlynen; ; pirt;,; of thc St-itc. arc ro.itinn ul Con/ity afor-si"nl: ::1 lo I1A1 w'-y' certify tli it the f fo"%- the( world-" lles-iftVHCJ I l thai( the material world like "a catxract over her weather side, and fieri
ball our oth"'r sources of information.: This ri.! going document of 1 I 'rnt.'t.'i J'i a true and in tt
in favor of thc correct will stand ; that the sun and moon will shine: horror. trlt.k crew hanging in atfirigbt J
on,
Canadians. The fr.Ho-.vin; i* a-tiotij-! <*:ijlt ot a H'U'Oii that promise'! iiie.Iriv tlr- copy 1)f the oriuin-il i on (;ije in my oiilcr. .-
jl'' the score : part moif ijciilv i luau any for ?nn; ? yenrsp In tfstiiiiojiy i v.oiof! t, I 'hive h b 'rul J st! and three :1rtl! scourged, changed in her snifacean shrouds, ot wherever they could clutch arCpe

-: I 't, l i.s nut ClIfI!llt'rJ] to I i1;-Sc'II: but i j. fm.-, witlimor hand and' sal of ofito? :jf l\ev VVe t :)l purified, by lire, will also continue in her i It,was an instant of hrcathlcsshorror.
Toronto Club! -1st innin 82,21 f i innings fi. my i
] 145
; 'or Uv-scf mII'ltj..t: of th.-: rrii:: ,' cHtourowin this twelfth! day: Septemht-r.!. in the year !rnvsont[ :astronomical relations to other plan t3'l'I .- We came so near, bearing right tow tm\2N
St. George Cbb, ls>t innings 61,21 do "jS 122 ,' ion. Tii" of tin" lowth i is bcaflhI
iariiy
trood
t ? ? r p-c ; I of our Lord one thousand: eight hundred Ire to he s.ived, and only the wicked her quarter, that I could have jumpedon
i. I Thc St. Geonjc's Club were on* player e-hort on ih.it the plant utta'm-'d a prfrufsous: III it".ri'! her and for moment as we
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f ; theirft'conds inning, he not arriving on the ground I that all growth, and! (%IJ<"'juenlly all pos-'iM"! ineIase ALE"X.\XDElt; 1 PATTERSON, I Even the latter are not some of his t tbllowers I all one Wild, amrighted [sect
of lie I prod net is i lOal an (,1111. Th1 thought was oter.
crop : Pubie.Ti4e I I
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till after the game: had been finished : but it i is not 1. i is now nearly all ?-ithfred or re tdy for 2r.ttiifrin;. -Notary I aver, to he ;annihilated, but to live on and be I were seen upon our decks, looking in the SICH

supposed that he could have altered ih,' result. YroA nr.iv; comp pl1lnf: !hte: ': it is all th) ?atiftheiv : ; Texas (lw''itiolt.-The St rlCftlbcr number i punished.( Thc 1 destruction spoken of is to occur i it light, like ghastly spectres from the tomb, but ith

The Xcw Yorkers offered the Canadians to com t will \le nothiii' l for it to k dl. Fiivi'nihh, 10- t through t the agency of a hail storm, the stones to I a voice was heard, nor a breath drawn, as, w ,

mence another the filiti i.s may to a limited extent, have ivcapi'dthis of the Democratic Review contains: : admirable be about .sixty-three pounds (a talent) in weight. I the silence of the dead, we werewhirltDgag i

1 1'if game on following day, for injury ; but, boyond a doubt, the dia!trr has; :artiob on, the "Texas: Que.tio/i." It i is ably The cfiect of such a descent of hail in addition to the until the captain waved ui* win \1
_ _ _ _ from $500 to 2,000, but the latter declined. b'-f-n) -"'nfral. 1'h' Sea Island crop i.s i believed l to the physical: of its fall ship,
\\ritton, and comes from the Pil of Alcxamkrll.Kvcrett. consequences will act startling quickness, shouting,
IU' much better than the L Tpland might
as one exMIMTAUY -
air and
H'A chemically upon cause a separation of the !
Goon his Hard -h-ji-r-d J"t.
PJ.\s-The The writer boldly states up
I PrussianGovcnncnt, in order pf'Ct. _ _ opinions gases, and! from this a general combustion will The quarter-master jammed the herOfC.
I' to avoid as far accidents uiid) whatever be thc ultimate i ?
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as possible npon the say may fate of follow. the
p 11 OF THE l.vrno I .Sr>.ri-:<:.-By the htofliciul : quivered for a moment uncertainly, nex\sff
xaihoad, has founded aerliool! ) at Uerlin! for teaching report to Congress, it seems that the ;.Mili the treaty lately rejected} I lie Senate, no human ment I knew not but 1 should be in ;;

4 : ,the art of directing and nMnaing )locomotives ; tia force of the several States amounts to one mil pOinT can prevent tl.ii mra.vurefruin btifigctritl {."''. V/e observe with sincere regret, says the when suddenly the corvette rolled with a helllC

and an ordineuce has been issued that from and lion X O. Picayune, that there are those at the'North we ju>t crazed her, swept by, and Waa
seven hundred and forty thousand and eighty- into r./Jecl'ldtltill a vtrufw away
h
?jcars.
I I after the 1st January, 1816 t-hallle who are taking a deep interest in the fate of the five minutes were out of sight The last
no persons two, of which I ,:{ i7t:3: : ;an infantry. two negro thieves-Wa Ike r, now confined Pen-
\ : drivers of The of Boston for the at sounds we heard from her, were the deseal5 f
locomotivcson
tmployed as the railwaysof fry-:: revenue months ofJuly sicoi.i, tint! the RPV. Mr. Torreymo-t deservedly the
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; I : thc kindom but those who ht\v hem 'taught I\riu.ASE: or PROPERTY BOSTON-.-The J Oh tl and August, fertile years, 1M3 anlllS 1 11-1 in prison at haltimore. It is revolting to read- cries of her crew, borne after us pa.ed on its ttjjB.the hNttensity ; .

.; t j at this school ; and obtained a certificate of their TMn>ci5pt fayn, that in this city: an increase of '/18-J !. 1S13.1 'oxpre.-jstous; sympathy in behalf! of those who wind. When the pale had from thehori..
and the mists that rose
I 7,000,00)) iu JiSiiewmerit value of has 1 ] 2C. SM"I: Inveilehberatply meditated such' gross injuries to ,
II capacity. }jiropoity : July.i7712,077 !04KB) ( 3 swept ,,11r
50111 lIt'ru gentifmen.Mr. SIr1hd: martially subsided, we I
1 been made this and! the August. JT-l.TA'i 5t t -5-( <(>,71G; 98
of it
( year, rate taxation i i- t Lewis Tappan might better employ him !'lf zoi; e3 "rly with our glasses, to see eItfS5
FRANCE AND AMERICA.-It is stated that rjt)1i .i.i'co'.n le.ss hein tiona thousand than by addressinhis 1ateant305fa1mo tg. -
r !? > 3 instead of S'I3G,8t2: (; S2 771,6t) 3" brother fan'itics through the behold any tr.-cw of our li ,t.
r. Phillippe has had a new branch organized in the (; 21). l.J iie\ypp-ipcrsiiil I .lialf ,,touch worthies as Walker : dirk. and our vision was, therefore Bed
I' Increase of revenue, :l.,1':2 46-Bo,ton Po- t and. TMrC'y.Ve seen
i be
hope arH confident
in could
are
we
.For."ign department, which is to be exclusively ; but f ti"n' the frigate p(,

I k occupied with American affairs, at the head of Yellow veT.-Two() hundred persons died of $3- An iron steamer, to ply on the( Delawareand our proper hope-that care of Mr.the Torrey people Maryhnd and : ajs.trtheiii.bluilun will take I nihhnlf! ovn upon the starboard iscerblC* er
we can di l
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t ir which Mr. Lavergne, so well known in the literary yellow fever at Galveston during the four weeks Karitan Canal, is nearly completed at Camden mddler! LewiTapp.ni: that we in ;I ve.titre off, e ill-fated corvette What was her { e p

and world hae this region will attend to :Walker's! mostduly I even to the keenest sight.
been
political placcJ. ending August 11.1.I N J even her decks ate made uf iron. and case ( God knows !
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"CUOOXFORD'S CLUB. W We authorized Jicw York Advertisements. Fall nnd S :>
that there is hick in odd nurn that comes to Papa can give us something"- are to an- .. 1 t't :. ,, 1, :

.t.I' ,, .h.a] u Crocktbrd?ny Ind a p.trtt\'!r things did What an anticipation for the sensitive aspirant; nouno? W. G. M. DAVIS, E q., as a candidate ;e 4f' .,'Z ..J ii.L: T'v. ..'. 1.,P, :, .." ,, '".. .. .

1 "* : \V'H"wll as might be dl :i-cd-Jt least; so< P BBBW to represent Franklin county, in the next Legis- PRINT WAREHOUSE I 1 r..r;;: I.a.-o-t \\ ,11't''Uv,.' .'..-. .; 4 5 .'S

-, \.\:, ,0";r'IPrVa: concerned, fur he faile !. Life' of Mackintosh. ative Couftcil, at the ensuing election. spa[ IN NEW YORKTo ..-- :'- 1iI -. TeT",1' '" :1.t.' S ::. ",... ''' .
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"ivciih'rd *e* UP for ''ntn;>e 'he made aft I : supply the City, Southern and Interior trade .5 S
: ( Tie ..IPIt; i is, periups amazing that the J.ca'Brown's. fv ; !
which"Tnafion ; In/ the Piece or : :
Mot to SlY rapidly, but at a rate I &JT We authorized Package.No. .
of are to an- and SUNDAY ,
strongest minds are so capable being upset in evening* :t Cedar
stumbles at "in the I wild attempt to 44 street near William. '
*aI. 2 an instant. A :man may have a perfect command flounce ROBERT J. FLOYD, Esq., as a Candidate BRKWSTKR MONDAYS ana :*' **Hp'S* 1 '
it. N. (liJ c\'en'thing-Xo. worse he have an for the LEE fc give notice, 'to o'clock, ?.! IF > *, :
""I'\ over his features; may equally perfect 'I the Senate from Western Senatorial :;;,,. .
GOODS
in DRY that
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: nothm: make command over his urr\( ;but he cannot ha\'el District at the ensuing election. jr21* they have re- VAN VEIGHTEX & sU.it __ ', ; -
"The;? MJ aimed at by Crockford was to moved ,tht'irHElIot'SF for PRINTED : ;
perfect command, nor any tiling like a perfect command 014 t'ci5ntrr \ .
of the gambling table. He CALICOES EXCLUS.Xi'LY from : .1. .r I
the spoils Pearl to
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C?*t\'daf'iK: ii'-i and he struck for great results! and walk over erect his mind.; he may be may able be to able maintain to stand the tHI3 We are authorized to.an- No. 41 Cedar street. By cu.ihniii!;' their attention JOSEPH SCHROTDj/, ',', 'I 1

.1 -ntvl aeiiieved! them. lIe was"resolved to steadiness of his and the firmness ot his voice flounce Col. SAMUEL BELLAMY, of Jackson, to PRINTS ONLY, Messrs I E. & B., are enabledto :No. 44 Wnlcr, iicsir CiicsfirttD -' it.
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*.t.ol'ath', "r to k'1' utterl)'. What: if lie did ; is a candidate for the Senate! from the Western exhibit an assortment far s'ippas-ing any ever 0 .t
he mabe able to suppress every show! uf emotion S
: \'hatti failure to a fishmonger ? lieIUI but he cannot suppressthe cnvjtioh itself. District at the ensuing election. sep O before otI -rl>d in America; and to ell ?t prices as : .

i H". not a whit! worse ofT or lower iLcvn in He may have in full bloom what is technically low, and generally ?oic.', than those whosejat- '

.*'. 5 ,.'I4t: ral'' thin before of termed "moral courafor technicaithe term :::37' We are nuhiriziul to an- t '1fJlt.S :> d!..vHH. .raong large variety of articles. ".
table was unworthy a mm .
i
gan'ii' g t" 's "1' enJr thousand\ patterns .
,rvr"_ 1 pv>rri.r: "itnr ination. To arconipli my be said to be, seeing that physical courage i is wince Dr, N. A. LOX) i. <'. TI-: :r'oa, as a Candid ,"' .. '; 1 I.< every variety of AA1ERsi PATENT ,:.

a' 'M" .lt 5!red it was necessary to makeacrand hard to be defined ; lie may be extremely cairn if e for the Senate }'n.-.i; t ,' W
t,'"!;'r' I Ti,1';, virtitnwere to be the aritocracy, : and collected ; he may conceal efl>ctually his District at the en uin J ,:.I "t-.o-i.; i iWe iv' j'; nijuy: bli/t'e of tchich are got up exrhnhely; I.XUUEI: SEJ.F-UI'VOL--.' !.. .
from other3 thev":11
feeling but from himself :' \'L'\G
"sa-iti: il tit ruin thorn in the I mo-t cH \- thrir sales and AX! Il.a.E.\.TI .
: ,, i> (fli';! cannot be obtained tlyewherc G ,..Ii.
: ,_ ,?% <* butt: H rlubhoiH''-no ac' m- not be concealed. Within his own breast they ( are authorized to announce except in second hands. I-fS..1'OLS. ',..? 1' I

'1' ,I' ,! dub) h..u>r, but ;.1 SMOCK'S of }puluce, lire in full operation ; their influence may- rack Dealers in Prints will find it to their : xitere EALER in Fancy Hardware, Fine : -u
'\TM.v.. J KELLY. Esq. of E
him althouh the eliect be ambia,
in un.eel
-r,, .i' .1; jn <>nirtl fjj!.sda-/ as a tr-rn
th miracle I of i: Id, silk, -- Fine Pen & Pocket Knives:
flJ ro iess-i purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they will and Sciarm
"' r ucios .'1 'rcs.-\ of the U. District at the ensuing election. sep3': I i
S.
Tnis the bait: Oh !, correspondent Razors and I
.: ,, i rurble wa-s have the advantage of learning the lowest market Chapman's Razor Strops t
fili rushed it Gazette, writing fOIn Rio Janeiro, July 27th, -- hiegant Port Folios for I
ladies
,. .' ilv tte upon price, and comparing all the most desirable and ; 'S ,
-.. -,wr', Dukes Wit' h- Duke says" : !iZsT \Ve are authorized to announce fashionable styles irf market, side by side. Steel Pens and Pen Holders ; ,.
and t'S, :aad vhat not. 'Ther' '.1 l. Ort in the city, and it is generally Fine Gold Dimond '
,-11 i f i rest!) thrq'JC'$ WALKER ANDERSON, Esq.: ( of E#- ,5OrCatalogues( : of Prices, corrected with every Pointed Pens '
.'".!\1 1 a Ir v.tly: put the thin; into their hands. !' ; \ '! ', i.. Brazil', will very soon declare cambia, as a candidate for the Senate from the variation of the market, arc placed in the hand'sof Ittil, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks ",."
them \vir: t.i--t: i1 're.. They are sending Pat .jt Fnktand ; ,
,Ii] ,.' them-decoyed -helped to :: Western District of Florida. buyers. net" tfnELCT10N ; Fine Letter Pap = ,
: sep2'JWe
tr',1.I :: d district i is _
which the
Fine
t'.fin. There V.-H a committee of : < t'zoltl and Silver Pencils
;
: :
all i lor the nioiaent to Sony, -.' lzi!, and they are' now Genuine''errnan Cologne ":
!!:''i, urn; i.us; : NOICE. and fine I ';" J
...' ,,. ? i iv weri* f > l he. flaeccd like she p. m'lk l1o ;;s il'rc .as well as havinga are authorized to announce 'S: tunics 'i..r Handkerchiefs, &c. :; j

"I, 'I i ',\ '5:1 .,tibiitig hwisij on a ni2i-ivn largo' n -rationed at the River laPlata. .TIX: '1HENT, of Walron county, as a A N ELECTION will be held in FRANKLIN Bear's Oils ; Toilrtte! Mirrors; "jif .i

,'. ,->- : u all the attribut; ''> aid: fnnc- ] \ a war bet\\"een.Bu candidate: ( for iSoiate! from 'the Western: Senatorial 46%. Count\, Territory of Florida on IIondJ'the Fine Cloth, Hrv. and Tooth Brush <': ; 'i
vid i i\v.ird :li.;,htutic nns Ayres aiiJ ..i..nn the n \t t rlrciciBths. Drjin and Fill?Tooth Combs r f
.. 1 i t jrnarks, em ; : District at the; pisnineloction.. a25f'iv ) fouith day of November! next, frr four Senators to ;
The luval force. of ant !: .-., .-n"i Silk and
':* club. The ide'.b n ; England 1" i.< ; -' -_... represent the \V l'-teiu Sc-naiuncl Distnct of Florida Fancy Puras; Suspender- S

,,' ,- ii')'. O'I mitlt: hthm! !lt creasing here, while ours is diminish! -.oo: (!Pd A. Gmm', *. H. Cox\lml. ; aid for one representative to the Legislature Moroccol'ocketBoolct; Tweezers.

.If t .I'1'b\h ightl 'we i (.1th'm.t J three more sloops of war (there is but o i* ..'_.j for the County of FraiUin. Ladies' Fine Feather -\' ;

.u !Su. ," w}* U"'Hlo\\]|)t'llv 'j'Ute a now) on the coast and at the River, mirrht be advantageously G roe 21 cs: COHfJe'r, The Polls frill! 'he; held as follows : Feather Dusters ; Key hJn ; ", .

tlu I i.- t 'r' .:"'
I !v > :'>! .' i iv. 'ie.'er agiin ha t our commerce from being seized upon and annoyed No. 25 Water sheet, Robinson, Carlton Evans and Ingo Elabv. Sewing & Knitting Needles, Xci-, &( 1'*

'I \"r111l'1 I Tiw.\.C're by harras ing delays." Also, a zood aiipp'.y of single and lou barAUCTION -..
.q i > o4 ly Ajnl.xchieoh; Fla.Eeiiiefla At OLD WOMAN'S BLUFF, under the inspection i* : -

: :.!.tl"' K ".v'j'p: 4"at phy! went -- S __ _--_._- .- of Chas. Russell, Sam'l. G. Evans and reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all oC wiiudofi'ers J1
Tme. lt is said that if bed- for Cash. .
: '' : ', '; '!1" ltv wi on Inaliv Inportanl if ; OL'1eB's. JameS'>lden. cheap .

: "j' I :'i' ; T .i':? iliJn..n! in v'l''j Lad clothes pre?ots, clothes chests, &c., be [lEAD QUAHl' :R":, At APALACHICOLA, under the inspection of Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, IS I-t. '(- ( :

.. 'r '.\ :'Y'5" dl 'iat 1 t l,,:j-, rnuie "f red cedar they will never be troubled -
Third Regiment, I 1st Bniradp, F. 7\I. 1 David: G. Itaney, Wrn. Foster and Anson Hancock. 4
"." ,. t; :':;" ':: 1' cltih .vitu bed bugs inollis, cockroaches Cr other insets. BUSINESS,
f t I ; Apalachicola, October 13, is! -I II. 5 Given under my hand this the 2"th day of ,
.
,' I .. J,U 1" "r. ,- ..._-----=- __._- I' .-______ THE Companies composing the! Third Rezi- rfcptember, 1S14. JAS. F. FARRIOR, ,v.J'. THE, subscriber will b? pie' ""' I
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--
; i : : : -: First Britrad0 Florida: MilitM :') do Deputy CS.rk.Cop.ir .
: comprising 81
*
about the ,
pared, on or 2 > r '
. I CL i f 'Ia j
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I L' d .: DIED. the Counties of Calhoun and Franklin, ; $ to transact the A UCTK A flU- .

: : : r'," f I 1..s Thi! ; city, V.'e-lnesday, 9th inst., after a will assemble Apalachicola on Saturday, the :;icrshii) and CoinxiiissioiiAT \1 '. SINESS in thi9.City, ar. t hop :;
1' .H own.I: : \.l3.UI" I 10th day of November next at 10 o'clock, A. :1. : siies;, t
hy strict attention and
II net 1. r
.n: llbt.O, Mr. HENRY QUANT native of COLU Inu?. ,
AT
: .:'1'1 it s'): *ealeJ 11 :;roturutMi to fully armed and equipped as :the law directs, for APALACHICuLA AN1) Jalty. he will yet a mart cfN '
ettol. E ..'d 4ears.! ; have associated for the! get
: .tacily: of con ; Igla1, a Regimental parade and inspection.The THE undersigned pur- the .A1 C n n SALFX hlavingobtainea te"
'' 1 fraction of the establismentxvashetne 1'L 4 "F.-.n _.. [ of transacting: a Generl .AgeTIev and iIrom
;;. ,I, I. iti -- -' --. --,- .- ..- --- Regiment will be formed at half-pat 10 C'1Oflt5ii! i the Governor, he feels c\n"(' 'lt

: i"1 ,: .,:! L.
\JTI :Th
C'mLJ it be Ap.ilichicola, by Henrv Raymond -
I; ] '.: 1. HOW : hefi.e, G. i
ill .iHS.viJ i JJ1JIJ1I1Ld1\ !! of C. Holmes the riht resting on Chestnut ing his be:t exertion for their commands. ?
under tV firm of RAYMOND!( & ILHDI'
: 1 i th drtwinz-rootn and Die in -
; I street, dipla\ing I wcsttvardly. JAS.B. .
STARR
-- ----, Water
--
.
-- .- -.---.- -- ---. ? WEe.:
In Columbus Geo. l Edward J. Hardin
: A ll the sit'ns as well as t'ne coinS by ,
The commissioned and non-comtnis,3ioned officers .
PUIITOAPALACllirOLA. Oct. Apalarhicoh; Oct. 1st, IS II. o" (
IJ.
under the firm of 1IARDIX & Co. .
,: t inenbers w.re entranced..t ; .- -
-
S of each Company attached to said Regiment, -- 5aioriiig. --
---- ----------- :
--
.
.. -- -- ---- ---- The '! offered by this arrangement, to ;
kinds of luxuries ------ 'vantages
y; possible tu CLEARED. will meet at the same place on Thursday and P
.-. 'r Friday the 1'e.jimental at 10 person at a distance who may have or wish to 03- TERMS-Cash on DeilJeTYft '
preceding review
Briq;; Ann Eiiza, Park, for KeyVet, bv B Ellii cnks busines3 either b th places will be S
,, I" t the I'Pd
',:I': climated: as to aeal tics under the supervision of the Brigade Inspec readily perceived. Feeling ourselves fully competent THE subscriber respotiMJf ,: '
to conduct such a business as it should be, '
-S ,I i -'I.tllt! alone in this awful scene. He AU1U \ED. jf -A' informs the Citizens AjrLr.k. ::*
\ : i : eleiiients around him like a ma- Brig Virginia, Talbot, fin Xew York, to McKay tor.The officers commanding Companies will immediately and intending so to do, we respectfully! solicit ashore (\; .' % cola, and its vicinity, that h *g
& Ilartslmrne.Stedruer
of #
1 -i*u,3)ecI i j his rat tnea cf their rea- Sir V/h-atoi. from Chatiahoochee.Ur2 after the Company musters on theouth patronage.EDWARD t P removed his 'TAILORIM; K.v. ;
!n, J. HARDIN, "
I 1';(i wio'Iv'liRw tin the cnaC'e:1.'c..red. Flat SnoaN; Myrtok i from Marunn.1 with Satu 'd1Y in October, make returns of the IA' TABLISHMENT to .: -. 3R
HENRY L. RAYMOND.
S :. ')",\ He haJ: amassed an 10; be-! .iion, 4-'V) ) b-uht-is corn, 20 sacs! corn -strength and e juipments of their! said companies a10tfCO.PARTXEHSHfP \ building of Capt. Simm0n9.i'?

: i K>. H-*could make no more (If fI1P t:, to J F Fnrrior. to the Adjutant of the Regiment, at bast two Apalachicola, July 31, 1844. L\\\ I of Centre and Comraerci i ,.t.

t i i :r i. They had nothing nore tu UeusK-ti'si Box, from Brown's Feir}% with 13: werk= previous to the Regimental muster on the .-The under- ([ | H and is now prepared-on -.,; ,'

''\. ile had notiuJiz more toe-in from bales cuiton, to \V G I'ort-r & Co. ICth November next. with them Mr. H. J\ kr -L- sble term!-to execute all ,j <.' !

: !,. 1: r j>v up the die an-1 the! C'h; /"JS(, The law will be strictly enforced against all W. BROOKS, will continue to transact a General ". -- in his line of business,in ti i : *:t

the ruin he had PASFEItS.Pr : order of : and most fashionable styles, and warrant" t',
11 nU nplate dslinqusnts. By
c Business
5 : Ccmmi=ion>, Forwarding, and Shipping ,
Prig Virginia Miss i Frank! ? :Ir.s.r.T
; .1\'c l.'tiie catbe wickedness! R. J. FLOYD Colonel. N. B.-Bovs Garments particularlyatter.', .
'
i Olh James G MoLiMU, Peter ttf u. A Cam- under the firm of NOURSE, STONE & Co. .
nin: ;. Conrad r"tt'mlfiJ] : and 5 in th. st''rrae.'fHr \.t.r. T Ji. 11 iTiTToa U Cr*itcj XOt'RSE & STONE. JAS. c. COLEA: :.'.' : *.

.; .t o-i, 1Jti1bl spirit; : .*3. tltti. f1tt't'ir1"'T;<*--.K C Kobcrts, lieSmii'i.' Adjutant :3d ne 't, F. II. 13. F. l'\OT.RSF., ) ApaiachicoliOcL1st,1S4t. .

; $ 'nt' i inanimate h< dv. Tile esT. \V m Chter. A'vihchic-'la, Oct. 12, IS I 11. oH 1m 11. 1. STOXJ.Apalachicola,' Au;. 1, 184 1. -- -- ---- .

S .: The great t< rltjaes wre PIT Ihr;'-- Flit Pho ilst-tpt J T Myrick! Cant -- H. W. BROOKS. ) al'J INSURANCE AGENCl1. '>''
J \< Marr. Capt J Durham Mr B O'Neal S 1T1.\KE \OTrCi'-All persons are forbid occupying .
,
S i s 'i is. LOTS in the City of Apalachicola,
U ULidJir.
.
-S. 'I r fie ii -,. "a.t fer them to GOODS Ju t received Caroline FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
S. i- tOf1 a r ace I.Ml'UllTS. I LACHICOLA LAND COMPANY," without 17RESII ; .
1 VTi! .1 1 ivrttt to l t.e d"ne ? NEW YORK: -Per hri'irgina-6! 1 l.ars iron, i rmi5on.; JL1 E. Platt, from New York :- v Office, M. 07 Wall Street, .iV 1'

:T..C tti'l to naatiaze the club on 533 DCS caiig.., 435 pkps rndz., to Mckny
S : it. i'io\: t'q; la;nt there wns nniih I I l1ih. nie; N Perry As Dickinson; K.iynviml & without Any person hereby notified, that the Red llannel shirtKersey jackets and pant, ings in general, Merchandise, Housi'Iioi(.

.f ". i'i"i.'i"'* of a cl)b. They lI di.n; J In; i-ura ironJ. e il1T!: ,"fil4 pkssIcK permission are the sale of the Linen bosom Shirts, Calico do ; Suspenders, Furniture, Ships building, Ships in P.JT?
mJze to .\ -87/f i:. \ \Vylie; (10 J 1)) :& Co 1: Sc subscriber is authorized for same,
\ >
,;4t', a'.d 4I44Ivt9.v ft,11u; ; ; Draws and under Shirts, Sattinet Jackets, and their Cargoes, and evary description -
.r r
I hrj't'T Hoin,.-; GO- pcae ) i t t :: 'k'I' Sack Coats W'oolen '-k. and Mttts of personal Property L 1.
+ .J !!1'I l 't r' f ,
: II 1.1VIJlld .\:: ft,.; 4 iM-e & l.irJar-r; 1 Hi ill, will be taken to protect the rights of the Company. t
,/ > .,- -, --I I d: ,' :- >< 1"-(10 :': Cf; U T II 'c C H ..UtrZ: 22 \V A Fur, cloth and! velvet Caps : Children do.9" AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FiR) .

S .: : ; : t ', "' ,. i- -- \ 1' L I! ,!!,: 4 7. L M-.tcuell;: ; ; j:1! J 11 11 Tivlor; All arc also, notirVd not to trespass; Henry Clay Hats, Men and boys s sorting do. J. SMYTH ROGERS, Presi lent .

j. '" r ..-i't4, n: :i l ltr iron, 3J7j'.s j e .*:i.'-:::, :W t p.irs to lirc.-n; :the persons lands by cutting Lhv Oak, Cedar, other Fancv merino and velvet Ve-ts, Gloves, R. \MARTIN, Secretary. ,I 1 I

: .}1St' 3 Country: i"J KiHVruh! c HjJwiIsr \\' Urorter upon Half Hose, Silk & cotton Pocket Hdkfs, DIRECTORS. "
,* & .C s; Jl'J f: Uet( ; 2 J s-chfotd: 3 B S timber or -.rood. C. H. AUSTIN, JsfnlJp'iTn Also, a general assortment of STAPLE and J. SMYTH ROGERS, ROB'T McCOSKJ:. t

1 "j <,i Dtrcrilt. It t''':>v: lit; ; : :cli: 'ii'T; lire cntrie. C \'ibon1 ; Lttnd Co., FANCY DRY GOODS. JAMES HRYAK, HENRY PARISH, .. I

Wt jiLu-.r: m Eltisi ,?c Co; 8 Uobcit, Alien oct7 1m __ for .Iftfi/'a and its vicinity.Ac'v ;'!' FRANCIS KOPMAN. JAMES McBRIDE, REUBEN WITHERS* \
\ c\*. :1; Chester, larnor & McGriil; S F lvoi>- scpIJ JOHN ADAMS l MM SCOTT
"ld '1' i' 1t-tr 1 1'Jl tuder.yNORMATION. Goods JOHN HAGGlfRTY F VUAM.PLiEfll.
IIhl1; to 6: CANDLES. boxes Soap ; ,
.: : 1r'f "ii 'IU! L _"-"_ -- 1';TE sulcriIer has ju>t received per brigi kj QOAP 10) do Sperm Candles: for sale by G. C. VERPLANCK, NEVH' .',

I !: ..:it.bnv! I iqtodirk. C-troliue E. Platt, a fresh and fashionable zus.nrtiTurii JOHN JOHNSTON J3 iCILUtD 1RVJJtJS. .

." .S. .. : j..t--it crown tin: : 'WATED.ny 't'f.l1:1. -. of FALL and WINTER GOODS conElting DODGE & GARDNER, KEliNOCH C. V. t-3 ROOSEViIT;
i k-iowinz! anything of oVM.. H."lIAlliY, sc-p.n.O: _40 Water st.D1UjGS JuliN PALMti. .i' D. HUKLBUT.GEO. .
,
I 'fil. Crock.tfter _
follows
,' I'l' %' -S in as :-
: 'i
t. : : tr.ule'ii part
who i Tin Pivte Ahetivrd ;
by A worker- : p LORILLAt p. OLE:
: I Jitlrf Gents Calf skm! Boots ; Do extra fins. ; MEDICINES, &c.-The subscriber ", f
,
vl alive will forviarlin McCAIJ 0TGT
cr oblige us,.by t the. JAMES .
Calf sewed do. } iresh supply of Drugs, ,
opened '
Do. ater-proof ; : a LUdI I LH : :.'. !K. "
S.IK-: to this ulficc. Wncn J-itJleard from: wicliw : :: '
CowiI .t he Do. do p( :ell do do. ; Medici: : s, &c. All orders froiu the country The undersigned :: ,f".:.j ,
*
': of Sct f.-8.1 )' sevt-ral: years ago, was : Galena, Illinois.C5 .
,
Do. tine Calf sewed Brogans attended I to. B. S. hAWLEY,
promptly
-- ; .
of the above tv-r. .
7 !ha S'fi'h"re Company -
: : !J'ttlinlt : Editors of pipers, in tn\ We-t and SmIth .
Mens kin do. Do. hide Boots ; jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.LIST '
.t*-rv. 1 i.i it. i i *:IOt19'1.cif ty, a tacit un- West, will 'o'' -i fiver, by: cosymg thc above.Apalachicoh ; cows Shoes sue policies of insurance ag_. r:

: ...n' I.I.i \i-is that whrftf', ver conversation ; Ort. I 11 1, 1 > 1J. Do. calf ewed long quartered ; OF LETTERS remaining in the Post by fire, on as favorable tt ras as IJO""t' ocd ?"
sacred Do. Morocco arid seal skin Slippers; October 1st 15 Jl. KOURSEApalachicola S >.tGNE,
1 :. t..': ,i -"> hall b3 to certain d.'gree Apalachicola, ,
.;'1 IIn! l ti :ra'jly' be earned i out cf it, in1Jfa151 'It''Ci-C'.I;'hl'.IfF, '\\c. Ladies kid walking Shoes, Gaiters, &c. ; Austin, Edmund Aldridge, J C ,March 23,1541WILT 40 Wat* r- '

This sub3criber re,*:>tjctully; info.Vn: the citi- Do tlutctllawu'Jonnetts: ; Babcock WIiyincjton II
ot the ulterer. Bryan,
t I i I'w !r'Jie .rHE j
itre do -TNA INSURANCE COMPA'
.
of AnahchicoU and its viinitthat Do white lace Neapolitan ;
ifs C Bush Stephen ,
THE
t I'slt'"t he too strongly inculcated; a '
in the of No. Infants Caps Kid gloves, &c., &.C. Conn.-The undersigned ag 1 ,
'' allowed,all confidence would he has erected on Commerce ( iv\r ; Bright, Simon Brown, Mrs Jane A '
I" ; t\r; and vre there would be no end to the 22 Water) street, a BLACKSMITH" SHOP, For sale chean by Baldwin, C N Barrett, Jas the said Company, is prepared to issue poL t ;
f:4rfwji. FRANCIS KOPMAN.O Insurance against Fire, and los or dam) "
here lie i is to execute with ueatnesj sepSO
\\ prepared Brawn Banett J
,
4gA' ,et' cau. '1 sillvand uulignar t people.CM SampsonCollins favorable terms. The capital .'' < .
J. and and despdch, and on the mot reasonable terms, John 2 Curtis, C & Co. rivers, on
rn'p' Juice taken plac ever and Gunny; ,
; :' ever N CONSIGNMENT.India is lirge and invested in the >'aJut
all work in his lint* of liu-sinc entrusted |o hi< above company :
and motives: Dent Mrs Ann Delano, Peter A
.y. r \ :"LI opinions are j given, RICHARD PARK ?.n.Ap.lb Kazzing; Manilla: and Kcntu.-'ty IJnx-; iliilyexpected possible manner, and its scttlrrnent of losa* '- t11
'_'1I. I !. t "-m' a-id i pstlv too, arid with d. ci- char*p.. Virrini; : -vill l !bo old Dw.-cn, Wtn 3 Ellison, John .
by brig '! ', \ :: been and liberal.
prompt
hicoh. Ort. 1 lt1", 1 I 11-"in: \ : II always
it often ,. I rw:!! ; :'i Foot, Jas 2
e hl11'f" the world : a* ii'I'ry -- low by J'. I Isep3) .AuKkuJ! DAN'L J. DAY, Agent

'Jer.'u' \\ 1'1 ..Yhi"h! oi3 half of ;ninki: ul can .-Siv we.k- after dite I win rulv : ) .Vah'r s.t. G!' :*, :: : Gardner: D P Apalachicola, April S, 1S44.rpHE .

c l'ir '\ ,'j h ,;r tirr1 lIltill..t the ut'r! ; rie5crS NOTICE Hon. Richard H. hong, JiuUe of te Gr': ) Gannon, John --.

: '''!! 'u. tint \\f\\- penult( wo-ild ba pleased tole ri: County Court of Jackson: County, for Letters P AIXTS, OILS, O.\KtM.-:- .:Just ivceivedJL C .&. .1:1.Irs Gry, R P Capt subscriber, agent for the PROTECT

: .,!.', .. I d"'<; ;is tlie
_ :, h JU'l'lat'le hi."d of dk ..iulJ, :. txUs-i, late of riaid county, (leCe3.i.VIl4ljiU1S f 9 kegi Pure .1 .d No. 1, White Lead ; 1 bird, Gela Jones T P Conn., with full power to receive propos 11 t ir
the world will t.j'e DICKSON.Mariar.na 1 h Lam: Oil Jenkins, Capt E B Jamicson, Chas favorable terms as ,>tft';
: 1 OH" i tHtt.'tt 'insc4rei D. 200 gals st ;> ; to i<*ue policies on as

ttj 4t w', tjv-r \'Am riev !fly chojse to set : Oct. S, 1S11.l oM Cw '. 200 do b.iiled Liiwod Oil ; Kruger, J D King, Ilic'dKelly good offices, is prepared to insure against .*-* ,' .

I \ :t HIP'I".l\.os. There ure uosie! therefore, so --- 10 bales Oakum, for sale low by C Larkin, John 3 damage by Fire, and also to take Marine a >:f ; S

i r ,,''t lp, a; those tnitorsto s.:)ci.-ty who hurry NOTICE I -All persons are hereby cautioned tp30? W A WOOD, Water st. Lee. Capt Low, AMaguire land Brisks. The reputation of this comp iy t.::

; lT'i- lao H. to hou lidiifi with the remarks 1 tradin; for a Promissiry Note given ._ -\ 5 ; : Lannin, Jas Saml P settling losses with promptitude and liberal;, i.. '

. H" hv Another ; stirring pp dis- by me'toSirnu-1: : iirnrnon: tor two hundred and "VTVriCF.-All persons are forbid from tivs1M Myers, J D Mond Robt well known. DAN'L J. DAY
upon
oiparty
I'J'r 1\11 ..trenrthenitl hatred wheresoever they fifty dollars, '>:"iJ;! (O )) due, I think, the 1st of fassiijg upon lot No. 10, block 3, or from oc- Myers) e1:1rshall, F L Apalachicola, April B, 1S14. '

C -bv wtio'.n ua uurdetl expression i ii.loV ii'f March, 1; '1"'. -' "rred i by B. S. I law ley. The :\ the same, by authority of any one but the McLaren T & P O'Brien, Pat '-- S

1 !': tnazmfifd every, and who take a malicious considerr .:; r r i wi.icH slid note was given suhsciir, who is i alone authorized to 1eaeor. Oruun,1'hos Parker, Ric'd TUIME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork,j. '# .

; t'Ut1'" (t..>T oteu; : under the.guis* of afl'ecti) in havin; cn;.. i. --jI2: 1. I .!hall not pay the same sell the line. R. J. MOSES.Apalacicola Pat ridge John Peters, AhmPrendergaat 1 ce'cd and for sale by # '

.."J ,I-tz OT tnpnd ut the een[ : j ofanother.- unless c',:: .. ; .' :,.r.v. Sept. 1st, 1S44. slOltn Pallais, D H Pat DODGE & GAHDKE1:
IIAWLEY.Woodvillc C G Richards, JG 2 40 Wate-: atL1'j30O
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VELSOX Rosters,
anti falli aug10 _,.
; i I- \the ban* of 'n'ltret. par'n4ri .. .
olitfVfOTICE. DRY G 0OD .-Just Robinson, Capt Wm -
I. all the. *. dhlt.l STAPLE Rogers L ---- -
accujtoned to
h3vm ihosa FAXCY\ bnshs Course Salt of a su.etiy
, f. : Assortment of Co. O ;
h and General Ro B G; Roy &
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: feu!"" (f th,.;.' jht aid frankness of ,\xpresion of [ es, received '
r.vitioi.1 1i.1 on consignment.For
** if not .-. .* arhere'v FALL; GOOf, roiisisjiru in part of-. Rhodes Mrf Luanda Sibley fc Ferguson U quality, just ,
*4 \liacuit:
it ,
:1. aid who find
, '' ,I n in a again-t tra'li..g 1t.J. note of ''j ti>.\, r '* nv I Cilicn*, MniJ'is, !Flrviels, LII1'C'"s, Spratt, LWJ: Sttdman, Jno sale by
t' t.I'nt' the cauliaa sncesry : RAYMOND & HARDIX
, ." ". ,. ". me and Tnade: pavablc on the 1st of .j.- .1.- '>;'l i:< Crav- .\ "ilr >''. ''-vs, \Vorned Caps Simmons, A Scmmes, A G 3

5 r I ,' .". of to Mro. Gorrie, for one hundred ($'IJL( )) ". '.i'i-- i I. : ''>.\;;' .,f'5: anbr: dJkf$, Smith, Hez Smart, Chas5mniiions sep3J_33 Water !!__

3 r.v" ..)*'I'P flour ob71 ( )iiwn people The note, is diled on or about'the 1st U hlkr, I L..i; Kid) '.,.Ic,'' ;, T.i.ienSuspenders: : Capt A F Starr, J B \SNABURGS.-10 bales Cotton Osna?>orjs
z :, ', 'i it \n ire not at liv rty t: repeat and the considerationfor which sid' i 'k !Itnlian Onsafs Smith D S 2 Smith, Capt Henry for sale
I' hdy J JSt2 ; as I I'Mji: ; idvt's :ji:. Capt 4._) Nos. 1 and 2, by
(; I "s C > ily Jt-i"y the r*-nlt of; OJe d note was given liavinz failed, I will not pay the I LTie3! ii.n 1 "t'l(.'/, flute-l, Nen"l.tan, &,-. Terry, HW 2 VdlauV sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Wat, . ai.ti] \Vell Mmi wliat '> you
, or, suitable for the 1:0in ::- Wade Miss R
same, unles K>mpclled bv law. With a varietv of Vticles AVeitThos
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c '" \Viwsay- YOU ? She 5\y.- that 4. EDMUND AUSTIN. Season. For saleVvscp3o. Walker Geo Wing A W -TT/'INDOW GLASS.-20 boxes 8 by 10 Teen

i. ', I '\"lhe h'e..i'J! t ;, t'l1Jt. thit: 3rm Apahehicola, Oct. llth, IS 1.1. 113tCORN. : FRANCIS TOPMAN.COFFEE. Wood T M V V' sylvania Window Glass, a superior article

LI ii% :''rl It} t\ touuv ; with a contour 'ike auIl.t wishing cf the above letters, For sale very low, by

alnr, and'a\ 41.1 like a bison'.' ." 200 bushels New Corn received per Ccdba.J 03Persons: any STEVENSON & CO.
s Cf / .-10)) bags: Ho and Lig ura will please say, t they are advert"ed. J
te t\ (4LdO3S vw\ %'0indulgi? in biUn'itt !) Siren, for sale bv \ For sale bsep30 )\ GEO. F. BALTZELL., P. .L, octs 45 Water strt.UGARS.lOhhdsPottoTt1CO .

U ) eilr.e tf J'11I'c "um-:Jlt c ef\pL ? t"1't.k \' sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st. W A UQOD, 23 Viator st.I'lour. .- ---- Gin -
f Holland ,
t OLL AN D GI N.-One pipe
cubergtouc and St 1'oJX
10 ktitfl r in r M'*irUMCl'if :
Ic :q: Wl\lt you .ay l\'r.dlv. 'tr e\\*,> will 'II l In PRTO RICO SUGAR-lO bU superior quality LOUR.-Mbbls NorthfcV superfiue ; H' first quality, just received b'. )S Sugars, for sale by ,

3$ d wuder Oit yu fu \bii' >U' I .. c, trtltfl. : Rico Sugar, for sale by ;L For sale by \ DODGE' & GARDNER Water,st. I sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water !t,
DODGE & GARDNER, 40
Poor Sisan !" said a gdutlwnan 10 a seCO W Avoct?), 23 Water st. sepSO
.. -10 Water st.
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PROSPECTUS OF THE UNITEDS'f A TES
t NOTICES.: ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES, '

( ;; ._' _ .- -._-.-.---- GEORGIA TYPE & STEREOTypE FOUND .
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1 f Franklin--SIlPC1'iol lIrt. OTICE-Six months after date I will apply !' Cor. Ann&: Nassau streets, New York Bot'
A ,.. N Court for Evening-Paper published in 1 ; THE
AT CI1AMBERs.iS to the Hon. Judge of the County AN : undersigreJ
:* Robert J. Floyd, comp't.j ., Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the Savannah, Ga., devoted to 5- l inform the Old Patronecfut: !
iS \ \ estate of John Norton, late of said county, de merce, Agriculture and General -.5 TYPE & STEREOTYPE !bi
ZB: I IN CHANCERY. The increasing importance of our <
Adin'r.Apalachicola
DRY LJ
j OurUs and Gnswold, et al, J ceased. JAMES GREEN, a20 Grn and beautiful city-the facilities enjoyed fi";g CONNER'S", formerly known JOt

\ 't" defendant j April 17, 1844. transmission of the mails-and the a ., and more recen
_
t TT appearing.to the Court from a fidavit filed in Six after date I shall apply Evening Paper in Savannah-all conspire k-: "CO :iER & COOK'S," and th 1 II

: JL this cause, that said Lewis Ci rtis and GeorgeS NOTICE- months of the County Court of the proposed publication at least lie in general, that they are prepared to
: Hon. Judge orders for PRINTING TYPE
Nlrwrold, trustees of the Apa.2chico1a Land dismission from the necessary. PRESSEs'Itand
: J''Company.\nd said John M. Berrien and David Jackson countv, for letters of Whilst the Paper will bear principally every other article necessary to form' ,
I said reside administration on the estate of Sampson Pope, mercial character, we shall endeavor to plete Printing Establishments,
t .. SeUen who are defendants in cause on as fa,
t \* to wit the late of said county deceased. useful and interesting to !all classes of the terms, and of as good a quality as -
bcn>nd the limits of this Territory, : H. POPE, Adm'x. of any oth-1t
S SARAH nity, by rendering it a disseminator tablishment in the United States. ,
\ of New
in the state
It. aid Curtis and Griswold, 1844. a3-6m of vice. (
July 26. advocate of virtue-and censor
Jackson County, The cast at this
'" 5 York: and the said Berrien and Selden in/the suing the plan determined upon, the % Type Establishment J.,v

; state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice beT OTICE.-Six months after dite, I will apply will comprise the leading departments of I in style of face, and the material of which o

published once a week for the space of four months 1 lIon. ,r. G. M. Davis, Judge of the per, which we hope will carry the I made, particularly adapted for service intf rte *
1 S Advertiser to the knowledge and the light of truth where paper Printing. *
in. the 'Con: 'l1erci a newspaper of Franklin county, for letters of !
: district before the term County Court received. )::. All kinds of Stereotyping finished
.1 printed in tins ensuing the estate of Thos. H. Thompson. to _
Ii I i of said Court, requiring! said defendants, and each dismission from 11. fi STONE, Administrator. POLl'fICS.-\Vc doctiines embraced shall sustain in the Virginia the great N.B.-Such Newspapers as will copy tbe L- (
can three times, previous to November
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the 16 1S44. 6m820O next v
mylS
ApalacKcola, May Resolutions of 1798-99, as
: tuckey entitled to in on bill
bill will be taken confesso: pay type making a
complainants pro _. Jefferson, Madison, Troup, Ilayne, rfej
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-- the of the
t' f '_ #.:: xainst them (.a copy-teste.) -- Reward other distinguished advocates of State H times amount three.insertions..
} A GEO. I.. BALTZELL, Clerk. more recently set forth by the JAMES CONNER & SOy
I ApatachicolaMay3OLh,1SJ1.: : lei 4mFranklin. RUNAWAY, or stolen", two negroes"LYCINDA"and vention at Baltimore, in :May: last-as i New York June 1st, l&U. jeS i
\ JIM.
J% -Lucinda left
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fundamental
what we conceive to be the --...
-S J Superior Court. f4 about the 21st August ; she is between 20 of our Goverment. Thus having for our ) ADVERTISEMENT.WILLMER .

t J; AT CHAMBERS.: __(f ; and :CO years of age, dark complexion, delicate I. Free Trade-Low Duties No Debt- ; : &,, SMITH'S EURopE
Robert May, comp't., 1| made, sway back, small hands and feet, good from Ranks-Economy- : (E -During the time *.
as. countenance and extremely proud ; she was pur:' strict adherence to the Constitution, and .journal has been before the world, the prcpri

Curtis and Griswold, et al., J j j IN hCHAsERtA : chased of L B Randall: living on the Upatoie, ourselfupon the broad bias of the" latter, refer, with pleasure to the praise which! it i?

)t. defendants. j n miles from Columbus, on the 15th of January, voke alike -the- __- fidelity. ..of. the ; elicited from the press of England, Irehnd &. I
zeal of the Nullifier, m maintaining land the United States, Canada \
filedJ ,
,i I t apring to the Court from .dfid.\\.lt IS 1 13, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th inst., alone our civil arid the'ty*
its compromises whereby
IT this said Le""3 Curtis and he i is fellow, 20 of ( fndies, and the encouragement it has receh
likely ageandis
that
: caue, : ; a young years ligious liberties can be secured to us, and
I 1 \ George Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola about 6 foot high, dark complexion, a- little in!?.; of our glorious Union perpetuated. ; from the public ol t.\: -' 'ited StattszudC ?
essential ;
'.t \ Land Company, and said .TJhn 1\1: Belnen: and knock-kneed ; wore off a straw hat, white pantaloons Our object being to assist in sustaining Three tCdur.-; distinguish it fromtcontemporaneous *

( P&iid Bcldtm, -who are defldaflts in saId cause: and cloth coat, and has left his mother and principles of Constitutional Liberty, and : publications.
( -esidebeyoid the limit?t>t thIS Territory, to wit: father, and seven brothers and sisters ; conse- ing men's minds from worship of tlnnr ) : : 1 Firsr- -;t contains: :: a lull, ctrrect and coirr*.

I. I the said Curtis and Gr ; vold, in the state of New quently we have just grounds for believing (having an acquaintance with the nature of ; hensive :Shipping List, arranged on a ph. sjpk

''I York; and the said Berrien and Solden, in the found a free pass in the possession of one of rnent, our columns shall be open to the di :: ..! and practicable, that: "he who runs rrayreji'

\ state of Georgia. !C la ordered, that a notice be the other negroes,) that one Lucy A. Bartea, and of all political questions of a general i :\ PCTMJIK; i'ltm-sled' in the Marine of Aratrica) |
no case, however will the dignity of the !' in instant to tue inturmation
week for the of four months :rt a i which ;
published once a space her son Washington Stevenson, has feloniously t ts. r.
it the :
:'I.f 1 ',Jn the :'ComJV
1 ;: I printed in this district, before the ensuing term named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her son Believing the nominees of the : ()( ( It tIlt)*; supercedes Shipping Lists, and oth;Ia'|

of said Court, requiring said defendants,and: each absconded from the house of Thos. T Bartee, with vention, JA\IEg: K.l'OT.K and GEORGE i\I. pensive publications from Europe, some of vs

; I l of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the whom she and her husband, John R. Bartee, resided fully compf'tent to dischar the duties are six times the"price of u %Villmer &. '.c.. ':.,
f; i complainants bill will be take pro confessu: the Washington: on the 24th and Mrs. dent and Vice President ot the United ( :: European Times.
I : ;
I 'j .5 1 against them. (a copy-teste) Bartee on the 29th of lat month. She left disgracefully shall endeavor to promote.their election :; Second'y' -It contains Price Current (,f jjji| I Igreat
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. after and honorable means.CoIE1cIAL.Under. British and European markets! dUft;
Se breaking glasses every thing
I I- i .. Apalachicola, May 30th, ISM. jet 1m HI her power. We will pay twenty dollars for latest statements of the various this head markets will be t ) : principally to the articles of trade and cftrrr.-.t< ,
immedzaltlypper'atnJn tr the l
1 each of the above described negroes, delivered to and more An.erc
Court. staple productions, both Foreign ,
Franklin Superior us in Stewart county, Ga., or lodged in any jail so together with a carefully corrected \ continent, and in which the r: ,'.:'. '. :etr< .
frk) Ii ;t ; AT CHAMBERS. that we get them; and will pay the balance of two vIew of our own market. ;; and the man of buinesj: fI1-t' ;1.- I, ,1f. i! Hne !l!

l'l l'lf" ;. Thomas Mitchel, hundred dollars (say $lG0)) for the apprehension of AGlUCULTlRE.Vbatever mar be interest. O.i thtso/ r f ; c':'tr. ffigures ', : ,t' t

: S lrcDuSgald comp't'l the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will terest to those engaged! Agricultural: ; and the remarks ;a-Torr.' -, t: ",' the' ..

> Dodge, convict them for negro stealing, as the law directsin i shall have due attention, and no pains illS market-*, shovvnJiein.cti; J .1!,-. ---iiticn; ,
'
I ,r and Bass, trustees of the such made and spared to make our paper interesting to the t I be relied on. 2",1' <-reJ fact' ;omo ". .uortvw.n"
-S / Franklin Land and Apalachicola cases provided. in comparison to which! all other trades .. .
JOHN ; f of the fir.i.f i .sfii; the 'Tia-":'iycitiejjjl:
P BARTEE.
;' r Lot Company; ; l IN CHANCERY.'i THOMAS 0. BARTEE. fessions. may be said to be but the frieze : the United Stjtf .".d! C'ln.1l! I IThirdly

I I 5 Lewis Curtis and George Stewart Co., Ga., Sept. 25th, 1814. o7 6t ru Ce.GCXEIUL ISTELLIC F.-icr.--Tn this -Asa newspaper, it }presents t tofiJ t
\ : \( Griswold, trustees of the -. American reader:: in a correntraUd state
will be found a general synopsis of the ati
XI\t.!t; "1 *, Apalachicola Land Co. ; Tax Notice IIN events of the day, together with ('cca where the interest or importance of the snbjen!

f t Myers, assignee in conformity with an Ordinance, passed by tion from the best Literary Periodicals, i demands it, in the most detailed and ample fut

I f'' bankruptcy: of George W. Mayor and Council of the City of Apa- eign and domestic. In fine whatever every to-ic! of political commercial, domesticaj:||
.' Ross, defendants. lachicola, March 22d, 18-14, entitled "An Ordin- tendency to develope the rich and ,,' rnisfclh.K'ous: ink rest which has occurred in B>
0 TT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in resources of our State, elevate the moral elsewhere since
the
: or ,
j' ance ro raise a Revenue for the use of said City. rope departure oftJ.pre'iou .
JL this that said Daniel McDougald, James ter ofits citizens or promote the :"",)?
t cause pr : |
Hobart Tax Collector have this packet especial regard
J f, Peter City ; being paid ft
hapniness of the community in winch: 1
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass Lewis Curtis \ 1
-.Ill ; day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of De- whatever is most connected with or relates tot&
shall with ardent and humble
meet our
\, .: and George Griswold ; and Myers, reside cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the CONDITIONS. }political, social, and commercial well-beingj( |

I ) : beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public THE DAILY SENTINEL: will b p"ibi! "h : the Union, or the adjacent British province.: i

I said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the following afternoon, on an imperial half sheet, nvl : : short, it takes a glance at every circumstance

.. J, of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the described property, as will bring doublet ed in any part of the City, at Six D.> : :; which inhabitants of the Great Western
of New York and the said] Bass in the state !
ttate ; annum,payable In advance. I ::! > tinent feel
e amount annexed, together with all costs and can possibly an interest. It puts tit
I of Alabama. It is ordered, that notice be pubP ot sale.! THE GUORGIA SENTINEL, forthecountry I I Arnericrn reader in possession, the
charges moment
;. wedic for the of four months issued week :Super.0\.1..I I j
lished
once a space once on a rr'of.:1": I hand whatever
comes to has
'\ :S. before the ensuing term of this Court, in the 131oclis. Lots. To whom-assezsed. -:;) ct.i :;: forwarded by! mail to any part of the: : ; the interval in Furope-personal transpired
political
I ; in per annum for a single ('opy-Iyo ::;> ia
P i ''Comnrrcial:: Advertiser, a newspaper printed commercial.It '
i 5 A. T. Bennett, . 22 00 -or five copiefor$10payahle! !
this District, requiring said defendants to appear : : : !
vane. It will contain all the reading) t has already attained a "('thib: chancto,
,.iI.: S J an I f betaken pro confesso: against them. II 0:; .s tions, a'Weekly Review of the Sa'.. : [ the BEST PRICKS CL'KKLNT the EEl
I S\ r. 1 (copy teste) 3 mrd3al,. . . 2 50H:2 ker, tec. ;
SHIPPING LIST and is the
''i ; j -- GCO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. : 4 J. C. BirdBl,... . 250 /- Advertisements will be inserted in ; AN NEWSPAPER; which reaches LEST EUBOF&

S I Apalachicola, May 31st.IS. jel ..lmS Fl !9&) 12 Calhoun &.llass,. . 1000Al Paper at fifty cents per square, for the thiscouatij
from for it acondess l
1 John Evans,. . . 250i twenty-five cents for each continuance. England; ; comprises in a
Apalachicola District of Florida. Weekly, fifty-cents will form of twent-four columns, every descripdrad
D2 1 & D per square
'. S FRANKLIN COUNTY. i 5& 10 5 C. Edmondson,. . .:,),n;} 00 for each iU.:. rlion. : news of interest of Arr.erica: which had traupiM

D. K. Dodge, Compl't, ) Imp' E2 11 John Gilmore,. . . 250 The first Number will appear about ed in England and other i-'creiua parts, fromtb

':t' t ., and > In Chancery. 43 6 f.'. n. Gritfin,. . . 1 00 October next, orooner, if the sailing of the previous up{ to the hour of depir
t t I j S James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. ) 1 D Estate of John Gillispie, 22j; subscribers ments can be obtained made and a sufficient the ;: ture cf the Steam ship which conveys the fort |

; TT appearing to the Court, from the report of C2 3&7 Jacob Harvey,. . . 750lrnp'dA2 ; Ocr: Persons hin.to.arrelt to subscribe: will' coming numher.txr .

I I : JL the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed, 7 John Kern ,. . . 350Imp'd in their names immediately, and tho e : It will be sold at 12* cents per copy cii, I

I That the following sums arc due by the parties 10 3 John Kennedy, . . 250 scription lists will forward them by the Amongst other numberc.us and flattering

hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments heretofore 8 2 J. C. Love,.. . . 3 Of) tober, or sooner, if convenient. monials, the Boston Morning! Pct, sbys:-
I called in, on their stock in the Franklin 17 3 William Low,.. . 300 Communications by Mail must be post We are greatly indebted to ths newspapers

i I "; Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no ::132 11 Charles McKinney,.. 5 00 insure attention. our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial nen

S I f tice is hereby given to the parties respectively, Imp'd E2 10 J.Martirt,.. . . 42Imp'dA9 ; \VILLI.: I B. \. One number cf Willmer &, Smith's Eurq 3 |
r to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver 6 :\htc1elll\Ia.rzcll,. . 323; Editors in this and adjoining States, Times is worth a whole file of any other EDgIaA:
iv 1 the above few insertions .
: 1 : said a will confer f "
in with the
interest
cause, toether thereon
'I E2 5 Jno. f.l\fynck,. ... 300 which will be duly appreciated arid paper.
I I I from the first day of March, IS.13, or their respective I Fl 11 Joseph Mitchell,. . ,1 50 tlie first opportunity.flO Published at Liverpool, just before the stet:! I

J t, f r shares: will be sold at public auction, in accordance E2 D K. McKenzie,. . 5 00II ] .. A tvjbsciiption; list will be sails WILLIAM" & SMITH. SubscrintJffl- |

J I "I I' with a decree of the Court of Chancery II&. 17 It laitland &. sons,. 7 00 office.-SAVAN\AII, SEPIEMBER: 3, 1S41. ij'OL'll DOLLARS: PER ANNUM.IT .
for the District aforesaid, to pay the several l HI g &. 12 Peter and Jos l\Iitchel. 6 00 : -

\ amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wednesday 15 8 A. J. Norris,. . . 300 [)RENTERS' AND BINDERS'I : i if; the intention of the proprietors offo:

in December next, to wit : 30 7 Ogden &, Ferguson, . 1 25 I Nos. 29 and :31 Gold street, New ( EUROPEAN TIMES," to publish EXTRAS

Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st Imp'd C2 00 Dan'! Ryan, . . 2j; Hoe Printing Press, Machine and : taining a digest similar to the European Tune
March 1813. . . . . factury, under the
$1 1,000 00 Imp'd A 00 John Ragan,. . . 22.) being management but more condensed : price three cents per COp!,
-, S Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 61 tmp'dA2 2 Fran 'hite,. . . : OO tion of Richard M. Hoe and Robert Hoe, :: which I shall have forwarded by post and railwj 1 -
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were to manufacture, at greatly reduced in few minutes steamsfii 1 1arrival
1 4 Thos. L. 'Vingate, . 275> o\pre- a after each: .
indebted on the same day and year. 972 76 F2 15 Henry )v lliams,. . 6 00 lug Presses, Hydraulic; Presses, Standing in Bistoti, and which mbe: obtained D!
John D. Howell,. . . . . '.339S Self-inking machines, Chases, Cases, : ; : '-{uanti'ics: : at very low prices. -
By order of the Hon. Samuel V. Carrnack, PETER HOBERT, article necessary for( a complete Printing ; ; : EDWARD WILLMEB.

Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county, City Tax Collector. supply of which, including type, ink, i I E Rii'F\N: TIMES" OFFICE, ) 5
I !' ia the Apalachicola District of Florida. Apalachicola, June 7th, iS-li. je156m they keep constantly on hand. I Bo tonJ'.me,1SU. 3 i jjl.An .

j t I R. J. MOSES, Hoe & Co's Patent Single Cylinder -
Ii i Master in Chancery. ) 0 he American Bar. been recently much improved in many ; : -

;i \ S Apalachicola, August 19, 18ft. THE undersigned contemplates putting to Press particulars, with a view to adapt it to OrdinanceTo
i ensuing Spring, the first volume of book printing, as well as excellent raise a Fund for the City Hospital

1 I Apalachicola District of Florida. SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF TIlE work. A considerable number of these ; Section 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor tml
., In Superior Court franklin : Council of the That too
County. AMERICAN BAR." in in City Jlpalaehicola,
S are now daily operation this city
I : Alphonse Loubat, ) and after the first day of September next, t tb.
IN piiAvnrnvvs. / My brethren throughout the United States are where, doing the work very rapidly,
requested to aid me with contributions from their superior manner. following taxes shall be levied upon all passenger j
I t S David D. Churchill' ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage. respective States, locating particularly the The improvements in their Double arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each a:>>

: II ; I E appearing; : to tile Court by atfidavit, that theaid "Scene" or "Anec ote" in the proper County or Press not only greatly increase its every passenger by sea,! coastwise, the sum of'fifty!

I S i ; : David U. Churchill: the above defendant, District. As the contributions will be very num- render the press much more durable :and : cents, and upon each and every passenger arriw1 j

resides beyond the jurisliction of this Court, and erous and many of them from the far North and ble to get out of order. It is the only by..sea from any foreign country the sum of t f
:, of the
out Territory of Florida but within the dollars.
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West, I must request my friends to pay the post- adapted to the most rapid newspaper )
: :, United States: It i is ordered, that publication be age on them. I shall be aided in this amusing and They are also tho manufacturers of ) Sec. 2. Be further ordained, That the OS'

made in some newspaper published: in the city of interesting work by some of the oldest and} most Washington and Smith Presses, which er or master of each and every vessel arflYlngaithiq
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: .r Apalachicola, once a week for four months, requiring distinguished Members; of the Sourhern Bar. tensively used by printers throughout port, after the first of September next, shall|
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4' him to appear and answer the said bill of GC All communications must be directed to States and Canadas. They call the render without delay, under oath, to the Tret
all
: complaint on or before the expiration of that me at Pensacola, Florida." Printers to their new Machine Card ; surer of said city, a true and full amount of

S I ;; time, or the said bill will be taken aj confessed RICHARD ROE. which one boy can print loUU cards in [ pas en ers arriving in his vessel:; and saidor : owner

.. Li aainst him, and such further order given in the Pen acola, July 1st, 1844. style per day. This machine is very : master of such vessel, shall pay to the Treasur and-

l premises as to the Court may seem justice. (rjEditors! favorable to the undertaking will not liable to get out of order. Its r ot said city, the tax aforesaid upon each shall
": (Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, please copy. tus is self-acting.) every( passenger: for which tax the vessel
J. & L. BRANCH masters
I Clerk. The "Hoe" Co., also manufacture also be held liable; and any owrysr or
4' 5 Solicitors for Compl'ts. LTM. G. PORTER & CO., ofir-r for sale a large Job Press, of large foolscap size, whicil a ; such vessel, refusing or neglecting! to complY WB

: Apalachicola: Feb. 2S, IS II. mll-lm- V V and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, two boys to attend it, who at the same/ ; ; the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable t to

consisting ofCloths:- the machine with their feet. It \vi.ll ; said city in the penalty! of fifty dollars. fund
&c.
) I Clothing, Cassimerrs,and Kerseys ; loOO; to 2000 impressions hour ,id ( Sec. 3. Be it further ordained. That the .
GOODS !-Just per e.J
received Caroline
FRESH per Satt i nets, Flannels and Blankets; work. arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be rese
-I from New York :- Foieian and Domestic Prints; The "Hoe" Co. i ) and used only for the! benefit of the City H P'under
their frtf'ds
: Over Coats assure ,
Cashmere Pants Satinet Pants
.4 Brown Drillings and Irish Linens and CouG:
I ; ters such regulations as the Mayor
S ? Red flannel shirts, Kersey jackets and pants, Bleached and unbleached generally, that no pains shit be
Sheetings ; maintain the may pre cribf.
Linen bosom Shirts Calico reputation of th/r e
do
Suspenders, "
4 Jraws and under Shirts, Sattinet; Jackets, Cotton "Shirtin""s o ; :and that all orders entru twl to'hem. will Passed by Council, 20th June, 1SJK: 1tl.i..JC r.
Osnaburgs; DAVID G. RANEO =
45 :Sack Coats, Woolen Socks and Mitts prompt and careful attention. -
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And other article
in their line
every adapted -
Editors J oubur
and IIP
Fur cloth and velvet Proprietors) wiK r
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\ I Caps; Children dn. to the country trade. dec SNAi UHGS.-l0 bales CottorNo !>
..t l; I Hemy Clay Hats, Men and boys sporting do. I y estimates in detail for Pririti'g Oilices or t *. 1 and 2, for sale: !by

t Fancyzierno and velvet Vests, Gloves, PRIME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork, just re- ies, by informing: us of the Atyle and : sepSO W A \VO'OD. _jVatetSt._ -
I One-half Hose, Silk & cotton Pocket Hdkfc, JL ceived and for sale byDODGE work which they desire tf do.'* 10 ptrC"VjTfl'DOW

Also, a general assortment of STAPLE andS & GARDNER, Jobbing and' Machine/ork in general. GLASS.-20 boxe'Sby article.(
I FANCY DRY qOODS. aug9 40 Water st. June 1st, 1811. / : Window Glass, asuperior-

f sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN.: N. H.-Publishers 0/Newspapers in ( For sale very Ion, by sojf&c0.,
ALT.-l,200 bushs Course Salt of a superior ted States or Canadajwho will insert J STEVI-? ftfft.
S &
I" S OAP CANDLES. boxes Soap; quality, just received tisement octS 43 Water !
S on consignment. three el
time the
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10 do Sperm Candles! for sale by !} rc 1st of -LS ----. -- :
For sale } -
and send J 5- -
a DODGE & GARDNER byRAYMOND I one copy their paper to us andr Sh CT0'ep3J
jwtofico
& HARDIN it, wllllu entitled/to the payment of UGARS.-lOhhds
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st'p 10
spp30 33 Water st.1 Ion purchasing lbi/ tithes the amount fh Sugars, for sale by *
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