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VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1844. [NUMBER 43.


COMMERCIAL AD VERTISER,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
BY
R. A. DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN.
Office third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce & Chestnut streets,

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required, it will be understood that they are to
be published UNTIL FORBID; they will there-
fore be continued at our discretion, and charged
according to the foregoing rates.
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lication is fixed by law, will only be excepted
from the above rule.
'To those who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
count will be made; 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 announcements of candidates for office, will
be charged FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass,
payable in all cases in advance.
All Communications. (when admissibl-,) of a
personal or individual nature, or puffs of new
inventions, goods, &c., will be charged for as
advertisements, at our discretion.
(y- The following gentlemen are our authori-
zed agents; and they are empowered to receipt
for the payment of any subscriptions, advertise-
mants or other printing, to be forwarded to us:-
B. G. ALDERMAN, Marianna, Fla.
J.. S. SANcmEz, St. Augustine, Fla.
JAs. PENN, St. Joseph, Fla.
N. BAKrR, Brown's Ferry, Fla.
A. S. GREsEN ioD, 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, "
Shit Emblem,.............A L Dyer, "
Brig Manhattan,...........W H Doane, "
Brig Ann Eliza,........... XW C Park, "
Brig Metamora,............H Ashley, "
THIIESE veiels are of light draft of water,
buil't'expre5ly 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 of sailing falls on
Sunday, the ships will sail on the Monday fellow*
ing. The price of passage is $40, without liquors.
E3p All gods forwarded to the subscribers, at
New York, will he shipped free of commission.
E. D. HURLBUT & CO.,
84 South st., N. Y., or,
NOURS,, STONE & CO.,
sep3 46 Water st., Apal'a.

AUCTION BUSINESS.
1 THE subscriber will be pre-
pared, on or about the 20th inst,
to transact the AUCTION BU-
SINESS in this City, and hopes
by strict attention and punctu-
[I .ality, he will yet get a share of
the AUCTION SALES. Having obtained a new
commission from the Governor, he feels confident
that nothing, can or shall, prevent him from use-
ing his best exertions for their commands.
JAS. B. STARR, Water street.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. 07 3t
Tailoring.
COC- TERMS- Cash on Delivery. --i)
Fall and Winter Fashions just received.
THE subscriber respectfully
informs the Citizens of Apalachi.
cola, and its vicinity, that he has
removed his TAILORING ES-
TABLISHMENT to the new
building of Capt. Simmons, corner
of Centre and Commerce street,
and is now prepared, on reason-
s- sable terms-to execute all orders
.---- in his line of business, in the latest
and most fashionable styles, and warranted to fit.
N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to.
JAS. C. COLEMAN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1S44. 07 tf


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
4' 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.
fO- All communications must be directed to
ane at "Pensacola, Florida."
RICHARD ROE.


Pensacola, July 1st, 1S44.
0(3- Editors favorable to the undertaking will
please copy.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
100 kegs White Lead;
5 bbls 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,
jol cor. Chestnut & Commerce steets.
PRIME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork, just re-
ceived and for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
augl9 BI Water st.


f-I A F-% -T-"4- & --


UAKRD S.


CHAS. A. GREEN,


CHAS. H. CONNERY.


Green & Connery,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 28 Water street,
o14 ly Apalachicola, Fla.


Wylie & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Wateristreet,
Apalachicola.
ALVA WYLIE,
WM. A. MCKENZIE, 5 sept ly


David G. Raney,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tIn Apilaehicola, 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,
declS Apalachicola, Fla.
II. H. Wood,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 31 Water-street,


marl ly


Apalachicola, Fla.


Francis Kopmnan,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash,
oct1 Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.


James Gibson,
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAINTER
AND GLAZIER,
Apalachicola, Fla.
(r- Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, &c. &c. Work done
on the most reasonable terms. augl19


James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
Office, JVo. 44 Water street.
t3 He would respectfully solicit the patronage
of his friends and acquaintances.


I. t. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,
marl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
A. L. Clements,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 23 Water street,
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa.


JOSEPH
No. 44 Water,


SC H ROTD,
near Chestnut st.
Uip -r


PATENT
SIX BARREL SELF-REV OLb
VING AND REPEATING
PIST'OL.S.


DEALER in Fagey Hardware, Fine Cutlery,
Perfumary, &c., consisting in part of
Fine Pen & Pocket Knives, and Scissors;
Razors, and Chapman's Razor Strops;
Elegant Port Folios, for ladies;
Steel Pens and Pen Holders;
Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pens;
Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks;
Patent Inkstands; Fine Letter Paper;
Fine Gold and Silver Pencils;
Genuine German Cologne, and fine Per-
furnes for Handkerchiefs, &c.
Bear's Oils; Toilette Mirrors;
Fine Cloths, Hair and Tooth Brushes;
Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs;
Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders;
Morocco Pocket Books; Tweezers;
Ladies' Fine Feather Fans;
Feather Dusters; Key Rings;
Violin and Violin Strings ;
Sewing & Knitting Needles, &c., &c.
Also, a good supply of single and double bar-
reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which he
offers cheap for Cash.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. 'oT7tf


L. 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 over W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street.
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844.


Wnt. Sydney Green, M. 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


Ligon & Owens,
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Abbeville and Troy, Ala.
ILL practice in the County and Circuit
Courts of the counties of Montgomery, Pike,
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing the
eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama.
WOODSON L. LIGON,
Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.
HASTINGS E. OWENS,
Troy, Pike co., Ala.
-Refers to -
Col. A McAllister, ,
Gen. A J McAllister,5 Henryco,Ala.
Hon'le. .las E Belser, Montgomery, Ala
Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga.
Messrs. Chester & McGriff, Apal'a. Fa.
January 25th, IS 11, jan29 tf


CARDS.
N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUMBUS, &c. &c.


JVo. 136 Water 8 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.


Andrew S. Cooke,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
janl5 t1nov Apalachicola, Fla.


SHEPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, Wm. H. WYATT.
Lippincott & Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No, 2 New Levee and 4 Tchudpitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly


Thomas Bertram,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORL9EANS. novel ly


J. W. Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18* Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. nov1 ly


Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
JVo. 226 Bowery, near Rivington st.
NEW YORK. novel ly


New York,, New Orleans and Miscellaneous
ADVERTISEMENTS.

PRINT WAREHOUSE
IN NEW YORK
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 offered in America; and to sell at prices as
low, and generally lower, than those whose at-
tention is dividediamong a large variety of articles.
'The stock consists of several thousand patterns
and colors, embracing every variety of AMER-
ICAN AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market;
many styles of which are got up exclusively for
their own sales, and cannot be obtained else-
where, except in second hands.
Dealers in Prints will find it to their interest
to call and examine this stock, before making
purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they will
have the advantage of learning the lowest market
price, and comparing all the most desirable and
fashionable styles in market, side by side.
@3i- Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every
variation of the market, are placed in the hands
of buyers. oct7 tfn


Commission Business.
New York, March 12th, 1844.
O'- WITH a knowledge of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of fall kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-
turns for all sales effected, and answers to all
orders'with which they may be favored.
Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of
Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street.

"BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS
Thos. M. Doyle & Co.
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS,
INos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.

g8 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 Brushes 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;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 1 and Ij in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do;
Whitewash and Mop do;
Dusting, Fancy and Shaving brushes;
Fancy Feater Dusters;
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.
W,- 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 ly


From the Southern Literary Messenger.
THE FORSAKEN.


the settlers district had long been passed; they
were in the very heart of the savage's country;
and by this time the Indians had probably reached
their village. Yet, when the older men, who
alone would venture to suggest a return, looked
at the father or at the intended son-in-law, young
Leper, they could not utter the word which would
carry despair to two almost breaking hearts, and
so the march was continued. But night drew on,
and one of the elders spoke:
"There seems to be no hope," he said, stop.
ping and resting his rifle on the ground, and we
are far from our families. What would become
of the village if attacked in out absence ?"
This was a question that went to every heart,
and by one consent the party stopped, and many,
especially of the older ones, took a step or two
involuntary homewards. The father and young
Leper looked at each other in 'mute despair.
You are right, Jenkins," said the young man,
at length. It is selfish in us to lead you so far
away from home on"-and here for an instant he I


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BY ANN M. HIRST.
They tell me, in the giddy crowd
No laugh is half so loud as thine,
And that the homage of the proud
Is frequent at thy shrine-
That mid the dance, and in the song,
And where the red wine freely flows,
Thy step is light, thy voice is strong,
Thy cheek with pleasure glows.
They tell me beauty smiles to hear
The magic music of thy tongue;
That, when thou singest, the votive tear
Falleth from old and young-
They tell me this and smile to see
My heaving breast and heavy eye,
Though well they know that loving thee,
I love until I die.
Well, go thy way; and never wake
The feeblest 'memory of me,
To wring thy worthless heatt-I break
Thy chains and set thee free.
Thou! to thy mirth! I, to my gloom!
Health to the coldest of the twain!
The fennel draught be mine, the doom
Of those who love in vain.

From the Ladies' National Magazine.
THE INDIAN TRAIL.
"The Indians have attacked Mr. Stuart's house,
burnt it, and carried his family into captivity P'!"
were the first words of a breathless woodman, as
he rushed into the block house of a village in
western New York, during one of the early bor-
der wars. Up, up-a dozen men should have
been on the trail two hours ago."
"God help us !" said one of the group, a bold,
frank forester, and with a face whiter than ashes,
he leaned against the wall gasping for breath.-
Every eye was turned on him with sympathy, for
he and Mr. Stuart's only daughter, a lovely girl
of seventeen, were to be married in a few days.
The bereaved father was universally respected.
He was a man of great benevolence of heart, and
of some property, and resided on a mill seat he
owned about two miles from the village. His
family consisted of his eldest daughter and three
children. He had been from home, so the runner
said, when his house was attacked, nor had the
neighbors any intimation of the catastrophe until
the light of the burning tenements awakened the
suspicions of a settler, who was a mile nearer the
village than Mr. Stuart, and who proceeded to-
wards the flames, found the house and mills in
ruins, and recognized the feet of females and
children on the trail of the Indians. He hurried
instantly to the fort, and is the individual who
now stood breathlessly narrating the events which
we in fewer words have detailed.
The alarm spread through the village as a fire
spreads in a swamp after a drought, and before
the speaker had finished his story the little block
house was filled with eager and syrnpathizinii
faces. Several of the inhabitants had brought
their rifles, and others now hurried home to arm
themselves. The young men of the settlement
gathered, to a man, around Henry Leper, the
betrothed husband of Mary Stuart; and though
few words were spoken, the earnest grasp of the
hand, and the accompanying looks, assured him
that his friends keenly felt for him, and were
ready to follow him to the world's end. That
party was about to set forth, when a man was
seen hurriedly running up the road from the di-
rection of the desolated home.
"It is Mr. Stuart!" said one of the oldest of
the group, "stand back and let him come in."-
The men parted right and left from the door-
way, and immediately the father entered, the
neighbors bowed respectfully to him as he passed.
He scarcely returned their salutation, but ad-
vancing directly to his intended son-in-law, they
mutually fell into each other's arms. The spec-
tators, not wishing to intrude on the privacy of
their grief, turned their faces away with that in-
stinctive delicacy which is nowhere to be found
more often than among those who are thought to
be rude borderers ; but they heard sobs and they
knew that the heart of the usually collected Mr.
Stuart must be fearfully agitated.
My friends," said he, at length-" this iskind,
I see you know my loss, and are ready to march
with me God bless you." He could say no
more, for he was choked with emotion.
"Stay back, father," said young Leper, using
for the first time a name which in that moment of
desolation carried sweet comfort to the parent's
heart, you cannot bear the fatigues as well as
me-death only will prevent us from bringing
back Mary."
I know it-I know it, my son-but I cannot
stay here in suspense. No, I will go with you.
I have to-day the strength of a dozen men !"
The fathers who were there nodded in assent,
and nothing further was said, but immediately
the party, as if by one impulse set forth.
There was no difficulty in finding the trail of
the Indians, along which the pursuers advanced
with a speed incredible to those unused to forest
life, and the result of long and severe discipline.
But rapid as their march was, hour after hour
elapsed without any signs of savages, though evi-
dence that they passed the route awhile before
was continually met. The sun rose high above
the heavens until he stood above the tree tops,
then he began slowly to decline, and at length his
slant beams could scarcely penetrate the forest;
yet there was no appearance of the Indians, and
the hearts of the pursuers began to despond. Al-
ready the opinion was growing general that a
further advance was useless, for the boundaries of


*--
choked-" on perhaps a fruitless errand. Go
back; we thank you for having come so far. But
as for me, my way lies ahead, even if it leads into
the very heart of an Indian village."
And I will follow you!" And I!" exclaim-
ed a dozen voices; for daring, in moments like
these, carries the day against cooler .counsels,, and
the young men to a man, sprang to Leper's side.
Even the old men were effected by the conta-
gion. They were torn by conflicting emotions,
now thinking of their wives and little ones behind,
and now reminded of the suffering captives before.
They still fluctuated, when one of the young men
exclaimed in a low voice-a-
See! there they are!" and as he spoke he poin.
ted to a thin column of light ascending above the
tree tops, from the bottom of the valley lying im-
mediately behind them.
"On then, on," said Jenkins, now the first to
move ahead; "but silently for the slightest noise
will ruin our hopes." .
Oh, how the father's heart thrilled at these
words! The evident belief of his neighbors in the
uselessness of further pursuit, had wrung his
heart and with Leper he had resolved to go un-
aided, though meantime he watched with intense
anxiety the proceedings of the councils, for he
knew that two men, or even a dozen, would prob-
ably be insufficient to rescue the captives. But
when his eyes caught the distant light, hope
rushed wildly back over his heart. With the next
minute he was foremost in the line of pursuers,
apparently the coolest and most cautious of all.
With a noiseless tread the borderers proceeded
until they were within a few yards of the encamp.
ed Indians, of whom they began to catch through
the avenue of the trees, as the fire flashed up,
when a fresh band was thrown upon it. Steadily
creeping forward a few paces further, they dis-
covered the captive girl, with her two .little
brothers and three sisters, bound, a short distance
from the group; and at the sight, the fear of the
father lest some of his little ones, unable to keep
up in the hasty flight had been tomahawked, gave
way to a thrill of indescribable joy. He and Jen.
kins were now by common consent looked onas the
leaders of the party. He paused to count the
group. t
Twenty-five in all," he said, in a low whis.
per. We can take off a third at least with one
fire, and then rush in on them," and he looked to
Jenkins, who nodded approvingly.
In hurried whispering the plan of attack was
regulated, each having an Indian assigned to his
rifle. During this brief pause every heart trem-
bled lest the accidental crackling of a twig, or a
tone spoken unadvisedly above a whisper should
attract the attention of the savages. Suddenly,
before all was arranged, one of them sprung to
his feet, and looked suspiciously in the direction
or our little party. At the same instant, another
sprung towards the prisoners, and with eyes fix-
ed on the thicket where the pursuers lay, held
his tomahawk above the startled girl, as if to
strike the instant any demonstration of hostility
should appear.
The children clung to their sister's side with
stifled cries, The moment was critical; if the
proximity of the pursuers was suspected, their
discovery would be the result. To wait until
each man had his victim assigned him, might
prove ruinous; to fire prematurely might be equally
so. But Leper forgot every consideration in the
peril of Mary, and almost at .the instant when the
occurrence we have related were taking place,
took aim at the savage standing over his betrothed,
and fired. The Indian fell dead.
Immediately a yell rang through the forest-
the savages leaped to their arms, a few dashed into
the thicket, others rushed on the prisoners, the
most sagacious retreated behind trees. But ori
that whoop a dozen rifles rang on the air, and
half a score of the assailed fell to the earth, while
the borderers, breaking from the thicket, with up-
lifted tomahawks, came to the rescue. A wild
hand-to-hand conflict ensued, in which nothing
could be seen except the figures of the comba-
tants, rolling together among the whirling leaves}
nothing heard but the angry shouts, and the
groansof the wounded and dying. In afew min-
utes the borderers were victorious.
Leper had been the first to enter the field.--
The instant he fired, flinging down his rifle, he
leaped from ,his hiding place and rushed to
Mary's side, thinking only of her safety.
It was well he was prompt. Two stalwart
savages dashed at her with swinging tomahawk,
but the knife of Leper found the heart of one;
and the other fell stunned by a blow from the
but end of his father's rifle, who followed his in-
tended son-in-law a step or two behind. Ase;
cond's delay would have been too late.
Fortunately, none of the assailants were killed,.
though several were seriously wounded. The
suddenness of the attack may be accounted for
the comparative immunity .which they enjoyed.
How shall we descride the gratitude and joy
with which the father kissed his rescued chilI
dren ? How shall we tell the rapture with which
Leper clasped his affianced bride to his bosom?
We feel our incapacity for the task, and drop a
veil over emotions too holy for exposure But
many a stout borderer wept at the sight.

Woman.-The character of a pure and vitu-
ous female is too tender anddelicate to be handled
roughly. Like the dew-drop that sparkles on
the bosom of the rose-bud, the first rude blast is
apt to sweep it away. Surely, then, it should be


regarded with a pious care by her who now pos-
sesses it, and should never be sullied by the foul
taint of withering calumny. The man who would
cast a deadly blight on the reputation of an inno-
cent and unsuspecting woman, by direct accussa-
tions or cunning innuendoes, is a vile and heartP
less wretch, unfit for the companionship of his
species.
The sympathy of woman is one of the crown-
ing excellencies of her nature. This is the;gol-
den chain that unites her with loftier intelligen-
ces, and with the Deity himself. How brilliant-
ly does this amiable quality shine in the hour of
sorrow and anguish-by the pillow of sickness
and death. Then indeed does woman seem like
a guardian angel sent from a higher' and loftier
sphere, to cheer our moments of despondence and
distress, to smooth our otherwise rugged passage
to the tomb, and to prepare the departing spirit
for a happy exit from this world of woe. Who
then, will endeavor, with impious hands, towith-
draw her from the position she was destined to
occupy, to mar the symmetry of her character, and
to plunge her into the turbid waters of crime--a
loathing to herself and a nuisance to society.


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CIOMMERCIA IDVRTISE .

APAL AOHIOOLA, SATURDAY, OCT. 19, 1844.


O0(- The Post .Afacters of the several counties
throughout the Territory, will oblige us by for-
warding, as soon as possible after the Election,
the returns of their counties; and by so doing
they will confer a favor which will be duly re-
ciprocated, for as soon as we receive the same,
we will send to each a copy of our paper con-
taining the complete returns.
Address:-" Com'l Adv'r Office,
Apalachicola,Fla."

ELECTIONS.
MARYLAND.-The following is the full returns
from all the counties of the State, which gives
Thos. G. Pratt, the whig candidate for Governor,
32,962; Carroll, (dem.) 32,418; whig majority
544. The Senate stands 15 whigs and 6 demo-
crats; the House 61 whigs and 21 democrats. Whig
majority on joint ballot 49 votes.
MAINE.-The representatives elect now stand
78 democrats to 50 whigs. Many towns have yet
failed to make a choice-but can keep on ballot-
ing till September, 1845.
DELAWARE.--The democrats have, contrary-to
expectation, carried this State at the primary elec-
tion for Inspectors of the State. Sussex county,
in which a whig majority was expected, has given
the democrats251, in consequence, it is said, of a
division among the whigs on local questions. The
'resilt in the State is as follows: Newcastle county,
173 majority for the whigs, and Kent 27 do., mak-
ing in all 200, to a democratic majority of 251 in
Sussex county. Democratic majority 51.
GEORGIA.-Returns have been received from
sixty-six counties, which give the whigs 923 ma-
jority-in the same counties in 1843, their major-
ity was 1,103. Democratic gain, so far, 2,189.-
The delegation to Congress is supposed to stand
four to four, viz: Poe, Stevens, Toombs and King,
whigs; Harralson, Lumpkin, Cobb and Jones,
democrats,
PENNSYLVANIA.-The returns 'from this State are
not sufficient to show the result of the election;
but it is thought that Shunk, the democratic can-
didate, is elected by a small majority,
WISCONSIN TERRITORY.-At the election on the
23rd September, for members of the legislature,
in Miliwaukee 'county, the democrats carried the
three members of the council, and the six repre.
sentatives, by three hundred majority.
"THE WAvAERLY.'"-This well-known and po-
pillar establishment re-opens on Monday next, un-
der its former enterprising managers, Messrs.
Raimond & Scott. It has undergone a thorough
repair-and there will be attached to it a Reading
Room, a Billiard Room and a Bowling Saloon.
Those wishing to partake of a good lunch, together
with the .T CETERAS, will do well to call on Mon-
day at 11 o'clock.
Revenues of the Ports of Jeliew York and
Boston.-The sum total of revenue collected at
Boston from the 1st of October, 1843, to Septem-
ber 30th, 1844, (one year) was $5,884,390 90.
The revenue collected in New York for the
month of September, 1844, was $2,480,806 70.
Thus it will be seen that in a single month nearly
half the annual sum received at the Boston Cus-
tom House is collected at the port of New York.
The comparison we have made would, we pre-
sumne, be borne out by the average receipts at both
points for the last five years.


OZ- The late Mr. Evans was pronounced crazy
because he said that the child was born who
would see the distance between Philadelphia and
Boston travelled in twenty-four hours. On Sat-
urday last, says the Philadelphia Gazette, Liv-
ingston & Co. left at our office a newspaper,
which they had brought from Boston in twenty-'
three hours and ten minutes.
Reported Flight of the Governor of Arkan-
sas- Gone to Texas, with all his property.-Th e
Arkansas Times and Advocate, of the 16th Sep-
tember, states that it was rumored that Governor
Conway, of that State, has sloped for Texas, car-
rying all his negroes with him; the same negroes
which the United States Government had levied
upon to secure a judgment for upwards of $12,000,
appropriated to pay volunteers in 1836, but which
the Governor had applied to his own purposes.
Consul at Liverpool.-We have already men-
tioned, says the Baltimore American, that Judge
White, of Connecticut, who was President of the
Tyler Convention held in this city in May last,
has been appointed by President Tyler U. S. Con-
sul at Liverpool in the place of Mr. Ilaggerty,
deceased. It is stated that the actual value of
thefees of this office is about $17,000 per annum;
and the commercial credit and facilities which
accompanied it may be estimated, it is said, at as
much more. It is, therefore, the most lucrative
office in the gift of the Executive.

The Princetan Frigate.-This fine ship is
now moored off the Battery at New York. She
has just taken on board her large gun. A series
of interesting experiments, intended to test the
strength and power of this monstrous gun, have
just been completed. We understand, says the
N. Y. Express, that much heavier charges have
been employed than that which resulted so dis-
astrously to the "Peacemaker."

01- In the city of New York, between the 12th
of June and the 28th of September, no less than
3,32 dogs were put to death by the officers ap-
pointed for that purpose by the corporation.

Steam Vessels in the British Aavy.-The
member of steam vessels now in commission in
the navy of England is 80. The number of sail-
ing vessels in commission, including cutters and
other small vessels, is 123. This shows a ratio of
three steam vessels to every five war vessels of all
other description, and the proportion of war
iteamets is constantly increasing.


Orange, near New Haven, Conn., intercepted a
little boy and girl, the children of a Mr. Beardsley,
on their way home from school, and tying the boy
to a tree, violated the person of the girl, who was
only ten years of age,. Hlie then endeavored to
make them take arsenic, and then left them both
tied to a tree. The villain had not been arrested
at the latest accounts.
ANOTHER.-The Red River Republican of the
14th inst., says, that a riegro living on the Caleas-
ine, in the parish of Rapides, was committed to
jail on the 10th inst charged with the prepetration
of a most diabolical outrage. While an orphan
girl, about 14 years of age, who was living with
Mr S. B. Dunham, was on a visit to a relative of
his, about a mile distant, she was accosted by a
negro, who tried to persuade her to go into the
woods with him, and on her refusing to do so he
seized her and took her there. She resisted him
to the utmost of her ability, and finding that he
could not overcome her, and fearing that her cries
would be heard, he beat her over the head and
shoulders with a hickory stick bruising her in the
most shocking manner, until he thought life was
extinct, and then left her and ran away. She was
found shortly afterwards in a state of insensibility,
from which she recovered and related the above
facts. She died the next day, after suffering a
great deal from her wounds. The neighbors
turned out immediately and apprehended the
negro.
The good people of England do all that in them
lies to make their king a puppet; and then, with
their usual consistency, detest him if he is not
what they would make him, and despise him if
he is.
Truth can hardly he expected to adapt herself
to the crooked policy, and wily sinuosities of
worldly affairs; for truth, like light, travels only
in straight lineu-.


Fo t Bsn ar


sisters who will accompany King Louis Phillippe
are, M. Guziot, the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
and Admiral Makau, the Minister of the Marine.
His Majesty will be also attendant by the Count
de Montalivet, the Intendant of the Civil List, by
Baron Fain, the Secretary of the King (who is the
son of the celebrated Baron Fain, so many years
secretary to Napoleon,) and by three general offi-
cers and four aids-de-camp. Louis Phillippe's
stay in England will be very short. He will not
be absent from his own kingdom more than seven
days, and it is not his intention to visit London.
We understand, likewise, that it is his Majesty's
wish that the visit should be a strictly private
one;so that it is probable few or none will be in-
vited to Windsor castle during his stay, but the
members ofthe court. The King will hold no
court during his stay in England."
Earthquake at Trinidad.-By the Schooner
Sarah, at this port yesterday from St. Thomas,
Sept. 11, we learn that on the30th August, about
3 A. M., the inhabitants of Trinidad were roused
from sleep by the shock of an earthquake, the
violence of which far exceeded that of any other
they have ever experienced, except the one of
1825. Great fears were entertained for the safety
of the town, but no material damage was sustained.
The deepest anxiety was manifested on behalf of
the adjacent islands, from neither of which had
any positive information been obtained up to the
time of the Sarah's leaving on the 3d inst.-A". Y.
Republic.
Emulation looks out for merits that she may ex-
alt herself by a victory ; Envy spies out bemishes,
that she may lower another by a defeat.


MORMON WAR-NEW TROUBLES.
We find the following in the St. Louis Repub-
lican :-
We learn by the officers and passengers of the
steamer Osprey that Governor Ford and his troops
have reached Carthage. The purpose of the Go-
vernor in ordering out the troops seems to be a de-
termination to bring the murderers of Joe and
Hiram to trial. The troops are under the com-
mand of Gen. J. J. Hardin, subject, of course, to
the direction of the Governor. The reason as-
siged by the Governor's friends for ordering out
the troops in the first instance was a" wolfe hunt,"
advertised by a portion of the people of Hancock
county, to come off on the 26th and 27th instant.
This hunt, it was believed by the Governor, was a
pretext to get the people assembled, and then to
make an attack upon the Mormons at Nauvoo, or
some other Mormon settlement. From all we can
learn, we suppose the "wolf hunt" was abandoned
after the orders of the Governor were issued.
The Governor was at Carthage. Writs were is-
sued and placed in the hands of the sheriff for the
arrest of Thomas C. Sharp, editor of the Warsaw
Signal, and for Col. Williams, of the same place,
both charged with participating in the murder of
the Smiths. The sheriff came to Warsaw and at-
tempted to arrest Sharp, but he refused to surren-
der himself, and in this resolution was sustained
by the people of Warsaw. The sheriff returned
and reported his inability to arrest him, when three
hundred of the troops were ordered to march to
Warsaw. The troops had not arrived at Warsaw
before the Osprey left, but Sharp and Williams
had escaped to the Missouri side of the river, and,
we presume, will not be taken.
HORRIBLE ACCIDENT AND LOSS OF LIFE ON THE
HARLEM RAILWAY.-Yesterday afternoon, '(says
the N. Y. True Sun of the 1st inst.) as the train of
cars was passing 50th street, the axle of one of the
monster cars, recently introduced, broke with a
smash, and turned over a precipice 20 feet high.
The car was full of passengers at the time, all of
whom were more or less hurt,'and one so badly
injured that he died in half an hour. Another had
his leg fractured, and will most likely have to
suffer amputation. The others escaped with severe
contusions. It is high time some measures were
taken for the protection of the public who are com-
pelled to travel on this railroad.

The United States Treasury.-By the weekly
statement from the Treasury, under date of Sept.
23, appears that the amount of money in the
Treasury subject to draft on that day was $12,-
869,422; and the amount of drafts heretofore
drawn and not yet payed, but subject to payment,
$1,109,182; making tle whole actual deposit
$13,375,291. Of this sum, the following Banks
have on deposited the amount stated:
Merchants Bank, Boston,.....$..1,989,116 29
Bank of Commerce, N York,.... 1,950,156 45
Bank of America .... 1,197.192 56
Am. Exchange Bank, .... 1,677,952 60
Merchants Bank, ....1,051,568 97
Philadelphia Banks, ......... 917,125 78
Baltimore Bank, Md.,........... 650,25935
Bank of the Metropolis, D. C.,... 652;287 90
Bank of Washington: .. 160,773 86
These are handsome little sums for the Banks
to have the use of, without a fraction of interest.
How much better it would be for the U. S. Gov-
erment to buy up its own stock with this surplus,
and thus save the country the interest now being
paid on so much of our national debt? The inter-
est on twelve millions, at five per cent, is six
hundred thousand dollars per annum! This in-
terest is now lost to the people, while afew weal-
thy Bankers are putting it into their own pockets.
Injustice to the Secretary of the Treasury, we
should state that he has no power to invest the
surplus in his hands in United States Stocks, Con-
gress having refused to grant him such power.
If we are losing nearly a million annually, it is,
not his fault, but the fault of Congress.

Twenty-four of the Banks of Massachusetts,
whose capitals amount to $17,000,000, have just
declared dividends amounting to $480,000. The
lowest dividend (semi-annual) is the Washington,
2 per cent, and the highest Suffolk, 4 per cent.
The amount of the present six months exceeds the
previous term by $64,500.

Qt- Those who live beyond their incomes, in
dress and equippage, resemble a town on fire,
which shines by that which destroys it.

{(3 The Governor of Mississippi has offered
reward of $300 for the arrest of Benjamin F.
Wood the murderer of Solomon Lombard.

{},'b The amount of Treasury Notes outstanding
on the 1st inst. it is officially stated, was .$t,960,
707 17.

tC- The packet ship Mediator, from New
York for London, took out $230,000 in specie,
and the Havre packet T,'2.5l, 19.
SIMocKINNG ATROCITY.-The New York Sun of
the 10th inst says. a black scoundrel in the town of


From the Boston Papers.
ARRIVAL OF THE

STEAMER CALEDONIA

At Boston-Fifteen Days Later.
Peace between France and Morocco-Proroga-
hon of Parliament-Liberation of Daniel
O'Connell-Cotton .M[arket, &'c., Spc.
The fast and elegant Steamship Caledonia,
Capt. E. J. Lott, arrived at Boston on the 3d
inst., from Liverpool. She made her passage in
thirteen and a half days. She experienced some
severe gales which somewhat retarded her pas-
sage.
The commercial affairs of the country contin-
ues in a most prosperous condition; money still
very abundant, and trade in the manufacturing
districts,-with the exception of printing cloths,-
have experienced a.a improved demand, and in
some instances, prices have advanced. The in-
creases however, has not extended to the staple,
which, owing no doubt to the large supply in the
market, has if anything, somewhat receded in
value.
The Liberation vf 0' Connell-Public Feeling
in Ireland.-The excitement in Dublin when it
became known that the House of Lords had re-
versed the judgment of the Irish court was in-
tense. Great crowds had assembled on Kings-
town pier. The packet arrived before five o'-
clock; some repeal agents on board, holding up
white flags, inscribed Judgment reversed by the
House of Lords--O'Connell is free!" The crowd
hutrried-4the news spread, and cheers re-echoed
throughout the city. Mr. O'Connell's room in
Richmond Penitentiary were at once invaded by
a crowd of congratulators. He is said to have
borne the intelligence "with the same calmness
that it was manifested he would have shown had
it been in an opposite nature:" The Repeal As-
sociation held a special meeting to concert mea-
sures for giving eclat to the occasion; and it was
resolved to escort Mr. O'Connell from gaol in pro-
cession.
Although the Liberator had left the prison on
Friday evening, the good folks of Dublin were
not to be disappointed of their procession ; and,
that it might have all due effect, early on Satur-
day morning Mr. O'Connell went back to his pri-
son. Although grown rather more portly since
his confinement, and wearing that somewhat
anxious expression which has been noticed of
late, he looked well. His head, thrown proudly
back, was covered with the green velvet and gold
repeal cap. Hebowed incessantly to the cheering
multitude. After the procession and having en-
tered his own house Mr. O'Connell mounted the
balcony, and alddresepd the people. He began
with-" This is a great day for Ireland-(tremen-
dous cheering) a day of justice! All that we
ever desired was justice; and we have got an in-
stalment of it at any rate. The plans of the
wicked and the conspiracy of the oppressor-the
foul mis-management of the jury-pannel, the base
conspiracy against the lives, the liberties, and
the constitutional rights of the public, have all,
blessed be God, been defeated. Justice has thus
been attained; and Ireland may, if she deserves
it, be free,"
FRANCE AND MOROCCO.
The war between France and Morocco is at an
end. The Sultan has given way, and dreading
the power he has provoked, sues forterms. The
telegraphic dispatches transmitted by the Prince
de Joinville from Tangier on the 10th inst, states
that
The Moorish government has demanded
peace. The fleet arrived at Tangier this day.-
The Governor of the town came on board to re-
new his demand. Our conditions have been sig-
nified and accepted, and the treaty signed. Du-
ring the day the Consulate General has been re-
established, and its flags saluted by the town.-
Orders to cease all hostility, and to leave the
island Mogador, will be dispatched this after-
noon."
This intelligence, which has been most favor-
ably received in France, has been also gratefully
received in England, as it will prevent any possi-
ble chance of a collision between the two coun-
tries.
England and France.-It is gratifying to an-
nounce that all apprehensions of a collision be.
tween us and our neighbors is at an end. The
Tahati question has been settled after a fashion;
the wounded feelings of the missionary Consul,
Mr. Prichard, i to be healed by a present of Francs,
and the French Officer who maltreated him is
censured, but hardly disgraced.
This mode of settling the quarrel is not palata-
ble to many fiery person on either side ofthe straits.
of Dover; but sensible persons of both countries
would regard it as a practical mode of getting rid
of a trumpery quarrel. Louis Phillippe, is now
definitely fixed, is to pay a visit to his Royal Sister
of England, in the beginning of the ensuing month,
in company with Guziot, and, it is even said
Marshal Bugaud.
Louis Phillippe's visit.-The Morning Chroni-
cle gives some particulars of Louis Phillippe's
intended visit to this country-" His Majesty will
leave Treport on the 7th or 8th, by evening tide,
so as to disembark on the following day, before
midday, at Southampton, and the same evening
to dine at Windsor Castle. The two nmn-


Frdti the N. Y. Sun.
EUROPEAN AFFAIRS.
The reversal ofthe judgment in the case of
O'Connell, and his consequent release from prison
together with his associates, have no doubt as-
tounded the people of England, the British Gov-
erment and all Europe, but it is a matter of no
surprise to the people of this country. Attach-
ed as his countrymen here are to him and to his
cause, they were perfectly satisfied that when
the case was submitted to the Court of ultimate
jurisdiction the Law Lords would at once vote
for the reversal of the judgment. Accustomed
as we are here to look at a simple legal question
in its true light, and without political bias-, no one
could doubt that the refusal of the Court to allow
the challenge to the array, vitiated and rendered
null and void the whole proceedings, and that no
trial should be allowed to proceed when objections
had been made to the jury list. The challenge
to the jury is the highest prerogative, and indeed
the only safety, to the accused, and the Irish judg-
es should not have permitted the trial to proceed
under the circumstances of the case. It is at all
events honorable to the Supreme Judges andthe
House of Lords, that no political feeling was al-
lowed to interpose any obstacles to the reversal of
the decision. Some of the points in O'Connell's
case apply to Gov. Dorr, and we hope the gover-
ment of Rhode Island willlook seriously at the
example set them by the British Goverment.
Well, O'Connell is released. And what follows ?
Precisely what we predicted more than six months
ago:--J compromise with the people of 'Ireland ;
a rcst.lr,,'o,, ofthe Irish Par/iment under cer-
tu;in limitations; a guarantee to sustain the
Union of the three kingdoms; a union of liberal
parties; a change of ?ministers, and some con-
trolling position for Daniel O'Connell, such as
he would be willing to accept and the English
wouldbe w'ilVio- 1 confer. This we believewill
be the result, and we congratulate the friends of
Ireland in this country upon the successful issue
of the struggle.
By this steamer we have also the intelligence
that the Emperor of Morocco has acceded to the
terms proposed by France, and that peace was
concluded. What those terms are we are not
informed, but presume they relate to the with-
drawal of the Moorish troops from Algiers, and
assurances that no hostile demonstratiomns shall be
made hereafter against France. What honor is
due to our little republic in reference to this war ?
when all the Christian powers on earth submit-
ted to the regencies of Barbary and calrnly looked
on and saw Christians carried into slavery, the
United States sent her little squadron inder Pre-
ble, Bainribridge, Hull, Rogers,Decatur, and others;
cha'tis.- 1 ti,e Tripolitans, punished the Algerines,
put down the Tribute and released the Christian
slaves, .ii.,,,., afterwards, under Lo'd Ex-
mouth., read a serious lesson to the Dey, and
France and her armies subdued the kigdornm,
changed the Government and brought 'the Em-
peror of Morocco to terms. These results fol-
lowed the lead taken by this country.
Intelligence from Turkey shews that all these
movements are not unfelt among the Mussulmnen,
and that finally they will have to yield to the ex-
traordinary accumulating power of the Christian
Governments, and submit to a partition ofthe ter-
ritory now occupied by the Commander of the
fiitiful. The British Government has carried
a most important point with the Sultan, and that
is to abolish the practice of putting a Mussunlnan
to death for turning Christian. This reflrin is
now established, and c.._'rrt, from Islamnism to
Christianity are numerous. Here is a new deld
opened to the Christian Missionary. The Ma-
hometan power seems to be crumbling rio pieces.
The English Govenment has assured Russia,
that hereafter English agents shall not send am-
munition or provision to the mountaineers of the
Caucassus, by the way of Constantinople.

Murder at a Wedding-Aarriage of the
Dyingz Bridegroom1!-Mr. W., W. Rives, of Will-
coxcounty, Alabama, having recently won the
affections of a handsome young lady residing in
that vicinity, Miss Sarah Tait, daughter of Capt.
J. A. Tait, the necessary arrangements were com-
pleted fortheir union, and he proceeded to her
residence to have the marriage ceremony ..- r,.-
ed and to celebrate their nuptials in a becoming
manner; buton arriving at Capt. Taits d' d ..;,
Mr. Rives, and his friends were met near the door
by the Captain's son, Dr. Charles Tait, who took
Mr. Rives aside for a private interview, while the
friend&3 of the latter went into the house. Young
Dr. Tait immediately commenced assaulting Mr.
Rives with a cane, and on the latter defending
himself, drew a revolving pistol and shot Mr.
Rives through the lower part of the stomach.-
The murderer fled' it is supposed to the Eastern
States. The unfortunate man was taken ino the
house, and died on the following Monday ; his
affianced bride showing her love for him by having
the mrariage ceremony performed" soon after the
melancholly occurrence related above, s. nothing
him in their deep affliction, and ministering to
him in his dying moments as his wife!

The Steam .N'avy of Great Britain.-In Sep-
tember, 1841, there were CS steam vessels of all
classes in commission. On July 1, I S-14, there
were 89. In September, 1811, there were 15
steam vessels in ordinary; In July last, there were
12. In 1841, there were 8 on the stocks; now
there are being built 26. The amount of horse
power in 1841 and 1844 is as follows: Septeihber,
1841-In commission, 9,329; in ordinary, -5;'a


Consul United States.
The Kensington and Southwark Rioters-
True Bills for Murder-The Grand Jury of
Philadelphia have returned true bills against the
following persons, charged with participation in
the Kensington and Southwark riots and murder,,
viz:-
John Taggert for thie murder of George-
Shifier.
Samuel Vandergrift for the murder of Corporal
Henry C. 'Troutman, of the Germantown Blues.
Andrew -!.-Clain for the murder of Sergeant
John Guyer, of the Germantown Blues.
Hlenlrvy Ilnughey, (yet at large) for participating
in the im'rde -,' 1Jcrseph Rice.
Jo':m T i, for the murder of Charles Still-
well.
Peter Dolvin for riot and participating in the
rnmuder of George Shiffler.
Pleasure is to women, what the sun is to the
flower; if moderately enjoyed, it beautifies,, it re-
freshes, and it improves; if immoderately, it
withers, deteriorates, and destroys. But the du-
ties of domestic life,exercised as they must be in
retirement, and calling forth all the sensibilities.,
ofthe female, are perhaps as necessary to thbe
full development of her charms, as the shade
and the shower are to the rose, conforming its
beauty, and increasing its fi" ,gri.,we.
That politeness which we put on, in order to,
keep the presuming and presumptions at a proper
distance, will generally succeed. But it some-
times happens, that these obtrusive characters
are on such excellent terms with themselves, that
they put down this very politeness to the score
of their own great merits and high pretentions,
meeting the coldness of our reserve, with a ridic-
ulous condescension of familiarity, in order to set
us at ease with ourselves. To a by stander, few,
things are more amusing, than the cross play.
underplot, and the eclaircissements, which this
mistake invariably occasions.


building 1,879. Total horse power, 13,791. Ju-
ly, 14.14-In commission, 13,941; in ordinary,
3,167; building, 9,526. Total horse power, 2i,-
634.. The steam vessels building are these:-
Terrible, 800 horse power; Avenger, 650; Dra-
gon, 560; Vnlcan, (iron,) ,'.; Centaur, 450;
Sphynx, 500; Sampson, 450; Conflict, -150; Daunt-
less, 450; Desperate, 450; Niger, 459; Odin, 450;
Gladiator, 430; Bulldog, 429; Scourge, ". i; In-
flexible, 4"20; Amphion, (auxiliary) 300; Tri-
dent, 200; Spitfire, 130; and six dispatch boats,
900. Thelargest, the Terrible, isone-third built,
and will be launched before the close of the pres-
ent financial year, the Amphion 36, is in a very
forward state, as are the Dragon, Gladiator, (will
be launched in six weeks,) Sampson, Inflexible,
Scourge, Trident, Vulcan, the six small despatch
boats, and the Spitfire. The Bulldog has her
keel laid down, and will be launched at the ebd
of the year. The Sphynx is laid down, the Cen-
taur has her timbers prepared, and the frame of
the Avenger is being cut out. The timbers of
the Conflict, Dauntless, Desperate, Niger and
Odin, are partly prepared, and in course of pre-
paration.
Chinese .Maxims.-Friends and Friend-
ship.-We may dispense with men, but we re-
quire a friend. Ceremonies are the smoke of
friendship. We lose more friends by our requests
than by our refusals.
Qf the leart.-The heart most capable of love-
ing is that which never loved. Water does not
remain on the mountains, nor vengeance in a
great mind. Whoever has found the measure of
his own heart has found that of all others. The
lightest reproach weighs heavy on the heart.-
Capt. Pidding'3 C'",,t, .c Olio.


NEW-YORK, OCT. 6.
Later from Rio Janeiro-Outrage on the Amer-
ican Flag-An American Vessel Abandoned
to the British-Arrival of Captain Dumas.
Rio DE JANEIRO, August 1, 1844.
To the Journal de Commercio, Rio J.aneiro:-
SIR-I hope that one of your columns will be
open for the article hereunder, which must be
seen by the whole world. By inserting it you.
will oblige, not only your humble servant, but
the American nation.
Your most obedient,
P. C. DUMAS,

On the second day of June, at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
the English man-of-war brig Alert, was lying to at
anchor, five miles off Cabinda. Her boat carrmt
alongside, manned by two officers, one boy, and
four negro sailors, (called Crewmen.) The Cap-
tain of the Alert, Mr. Bosanquet, (after I toldhim
that 'the brig was the Cyrus, of New Orleans, and
visited once by him by'force, to save himself the
trouble to yisit my vessel twice, and. at the same
time asked him who he was, and to show me a
power from my government to visit me,) answer-
ed, putting his hands on his flag-"This tells who
I am;" and said to me "I will come on board
and you will see." "Very well, sir; a protest shall
be made for violating the treaty." The moment
he got on deck with his officers arid crew, he or-
dered his men to open my hatches fore and aft-
went down himself with his company, and came
on deck after he found that the vessel had nothing
but water ballast, (nothing else,) then came to-
wards me and said in a rough manner-" I want to
see your papers." My answer was in the same
tone-" Since, when a man like you, takes the
liberty to jump on board of an American vessel,
against the Captain's will opening hatches, search-
ing the cabin, and all over the ship, without speak-
ing a word to me ; and besides that, I must show
you my papers-please tell me who you are .-
You are not in uniform; any pirate can come to
an anchor like your brig, and send a boat with an
English flag, as you do. Please show me a pow-
er to visit me-then, on the spot, I will show you
my papers." He said--"I have it, but it is cn
board." "Well, go and get it," "My word is
good enough." 1 said that I wa.; not ob!'g-d t,,
believe him-then again he asked for the pape'-.
"You shdll not see them." "Well, if you don't
show me vourpapers Iwill take you to be a pirate,
and from this moment I take charge of the brig."
My answer was-" as long as that flag is hoisted,
and my papers on board, 1,shall be the captain cf
my own ship; or, if you wish to take charge of
her, you must send for more force, 'or order your
brig to come alongside to fire into me, until I am
killed, holding the ensign halliards in my hands."
During the conversation I held my log book in the
left hand ; then, thinking I would show my papers
quicker, he said to me-"the reason why you
cannot show me the papers is because you have
sold your vessel-I was told so." It is not true;
if my vessel was sold I would not have the Ameri-
can flag up, nor my crew would be on board now."
Vexed to find that he could not succeed in any way,
he then said, well, I will go in the cabin and
make search all over." Immediately I placed the
American flag before the cabinl door, which was
hI 1ll tight by myself, the mate and two of my men,
adl I observed to him that he could not "step in-
to the cabin without trampling on the United States
flag." His answer was that "it made no differ-
ence to him," and he instantly rushed into the ca-
bin, followed by his officer and a negro, who
trampled the flag ufider their feet in presence (1'
my crew. Then .1 said, Boys, our flag., is innsul-
ted-it will cost dearto the English nation !" They
all came on deck, and the U'aptain told me to let
him have my log book. My answer was--"Nev-
er! and as long as I had a drop of blood in my
veins no British subject would take it away fr(. m
me." Then, he observed, that hlie had "the pow-
er to obtain it by force ;" at the same time hlie or-
dered one of his negroes to take the book frrm
me, who obeyed the ordergiven to him. I stepped
back, pushing ilthe negro, aaid cated on my male
and crew to assist me and to arm themselves with
handspikes and knives, and be ready to strike, in
case the British officer gave a new ord.-r. At this
the British captain turned pale, and with the voice
of a coward, said to me. "Captain, stop your
men-I don't wish to see any blood shed or butch-
ery ;" then nothing took place. Hle wanted to go
into the cabin to make a second search. I ol-.
served to him that my papers were on board, in
my trunk," and showed him the key. He said,
"Let me have the key, or I shall take it bv force."
My answer was, "Have you forgotten what took
place for the loe-book before'? Do you wish to be-
gin again '" T;, i he said, "I will go in the
cabin and have your trunk broken open." I gave
him no an -Wer. Hle sent his officers and a negro
to act. I followed them with my mate. They
broke the trunk and took the papers out of it. I
observed to the officer that I had money in my
trunk, a gold watch, etc He made no answer,
and we all went on deck. IHe handed the papers
to his Captain. TI then told him, Now, you are
satisfied with your chef d'cevres, please to givefme
my papers, as I wish to sail to-morrow. No,
sir, I will keep them with me, and pocket them,
aid go off'" 1 then said to him, "As long as my
papers are taken away from me, I shall have io
leave my vessel,"--and, thereupon, me and my
crew abandoned her; leaving every thing on board,
trunks, instrument, chronometer, &c.
P. C. DUMAS.
UsITED STArT ES CONSULATE, Rio de Janeiro.
I, the undersigned, Consul of the United States
hereby certify the signature to the foregoing docu-
ment to be that of P. C. Dumas, late master of
the American brig Cyrus, of New Orleans.
Given under my hand and seal of office, this 5th
day of August, 1344.
(Seal) GEO. WM. GORDON,







\ / _


Printing.-Go in one of our civil Printing offi-
ces from which is daily leaping forth the bright
impress of the Editorial mind in characters that
shall never fade or die. Behold the swift-wind-
ing Mercuries of the Press visiting every Temple
of science, every edifice from which Knowledge
can impart its stores, gathering and sending forth
anon to the thousand of Truth, in each one of
which is immortal. There is more to astonish
the mind, itself, much more in one of those Print-
ing Offices than in the Catacombs of Egypt, the
sable Magi of the East, the Sages of Antiquity, or
the hidden oracles of Delphi-these morning and
these evening sheets, going forth abroad into the
world, assimilating mind and making man the
neighbor of his follow man, in spite of distance,
or mountains, or intervening seas. Here, then, in
the art preservative of all arts," do we find the
germ, the elements the living material of earthly
history, and the triumph of mind over matter.
God was the first printer ? He gave from his
awful hand, amid the thunders and blackness of
Sinai, the tablets of stone, on which was printed
.the mind of God! The decalogue of all moral
law, the claims of man upon man, and God upon
all.
Printing! the art that shall hand down to latest
years, to remotest posterity, to innumerable mil-
lions, yet unborn of God, the thought of men who
are living now; of men who lived centuries since ;
they defy time, and the printed transcript of these
men shall live too full of soul to be put into the
san. ,-L'rave with their bodies. It was a bright
thou't'ist of that author who, in his dying moments
a.s iust able to ask if the proof of his last wri-
tinas were correct all correct?" Yes
all." Then I shall have a complete edition of
glory."--Rev J. N. J. fafit.

.Terusal -n ,at r'uns.t.-We .generally resorted
to the 'tdv H''i de.lined. Solemn, sepulchral
is tha "'h' ~a' t 'r then i ,,.r-;.-1 on the mind-
Hf 'r. is a ity till to t'i ev exte;'ve a l pop-
ulots, but no voice arises from its wild a"rea a i
the hills and the valleys around. The evening
breeze rustling among its hoary trees sweeping
the city, touching its domes and minaret with a
last (lying gleam, and the dreary hills are broken
into grand masses of purple and vermillion,
while the glen below where sleep millions ofthe
sons of Israel, iand the sad gr',ves 'vhich shrouded
the agony of Christ, are sinking into the shades of
night.
Such is the hour to view Jerusalem, alone.sea-
ted under the shade of some ancient tree, memo-
rial of her past burden of glory and guilt. Then
looking eastward over the far horizon of Moab
and the desert glowing in the sun's last rays,
complete in the indelible impressions of a scene
that for its associations unequalled in the world.
Our survey of Olivet, would be incomplete with-
out visiting Bethany,(which is, in fact, at its east-
ern extremity,) the village to which Jesu so of-
ten retired to visit the hospitiable family of Laza-
rus. The path continues from the crest of Oli-
vet, and as we loose sight of Jerusalem presents'
us with a succession of pleasing landscapes. The
approach is through the open corn fields; the
white roofs at the sequestered village are seen
among groves of olives, which mark nearly the
extremity of cultivation, before we reach the sol-
itudes of the desert. There are on the right, the
remains as of a building of the middle ages, and
on the bleak hills beyond the more extensive ru-
ins of a castle or a convent, overlooking the Dead
Sea and the Moab mountains. In the village is
shown a tomb which tradition has selected as that
of L iartns. The pilgrim will linger about that
pastoral spot, recalling the walks through the
torn fields, where Jesus plucked the ears of corn
by the way side, or imagining the sister of Laza--
rus coming forth to meet him, and conduct him
'to the tomb of his friend. Of all the walks to
*Jerusalem, this to Bethany, over the mount of
SOlives, is the most picturesque- in itself, and the
"most pleasing in its recollections.--Barlliets Je-
*'rzusale'm.

Tean. of MAtobile.-We feel (say the Journal
'of the 9th,)'that we ought to say something in re-
gard to the health of the city. The subject is vi-
'tally important, and we have preferred generally
to leave it with 'the faculty, whose appropriate
duty it has been assumed to keep the public ad-
vised of its actual condition. For some time past,
however, 'the Board of Health has made no report
ofe cases of yellow fever, and it is known that some
physicians in extensive practice have declined to
furnish reports of cases unde*their charge, deem-
ing it inexnedient to do so in the absense of an epi-
demic. We are no alarmists, and the season
when contagion may be apprehended is fast draw-
ing to a close. But believing as we do, that the
general health of the city this season has been
owing mainly to the absense of suitable subjects,
an opinion fortified by the fat tihat the cases
which have occurred have been ahin i-, confined to
persons 'unused to the climate, we are constrained
to say to our absent friends that it will be prudent
to wait a little longer, until they hear of one or
two thorough frosts, Eight fatal cases of black
vomit have occured during thelast week, and we
learn of three others under treatment without hope
of a favorable issue. It is true, the general health
of the city is good. Persons who have passed the
ordeal of a long residence among us are in little
comparative danger, but they who have been spen.-
ding the summer in the pure and invigorating at-
mosphere of more auspicious regions, had better
,content themselves with a little longer absense.


IN'TT-N-T o PrTrP.-CObservation shows that
plants have hours rd'voted to rest, during which
time they make litMle or no progress in growth.
A curious proof of this statement was offered by
an account of the exNoriments of a gentleman,
'who had an artifiei:dl ill'nination kept up in his
graperios thronrIhout the nieht, and where this was
(lone. !, i. raoes ipenn" sooner by seveorl weeks;
but sub!oq'lcnt accounts informed us that thie vines
'thus stimulated were much weakened. Some
plants, like certain animals, have been ordained
for night, and these, accordingly, are active only
hiring g those hours: the nightblowing Gerus is an
example of this sort. Others that flourish and
i.rea.se during the day, close their flowers, and
frqunt'!vi7 th eirleaves, remaining inactive through-
cut the night.- MAGAZINE OF SCIENCE.

Orders have been issued by the Snanish Gov-
erment to its Consuls in the United States and
-lsewhere, directing them to grant no passports to
colored people for the Island of Cuba, as such
persons are prohibited from entering the territory
of that island.

.q Week from Land to Lan.l-The Britannia
left Liverpool on Wednesday, lth ptteniher, and
lost sight of land, offCape Clear, on Fr-yv fol-
lowing; and on the next Fridv, Capt. Howett,
made the coast of Newfoundlandi-thus having
made the run from land to land, ocross the Atlan-
tic, in one week!

If you see a man grossly ignorant and superfi-
cial on points which you do understand, be not
over ready to give credit on the score of character
which he mayhave attained for any great ability
in point which v'ou dle nt understand.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF APALACHICOLA ......Oct. 19.


AR RIVED.
Steamer Siren, Sharpless, from Chattahoochee.
VESSELS UP & SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
NEW YORK.
Brig Saratoga, Bedell, sail'd 24th ult.
Brig Metamora, As'hby, sail'd 1st inst.
Brig Cayuga, Bedell, sail'd 3d inst.
Brig W L Jones, Tyler, cle'd 9thinst.
Brig ,1',h trt.n, Doane, up to sail 12th inst.
Brig Empire, Lewis, up to sail about 15th inst.
Bark Rolla, Giberson, up with despatch.
BOSTON.
Schr Southern., Taylor, sl'd 25th tilt.
A sch up on 7thli to me6t with despatch.
BALTIIIMORE.
Schr. -I A Schroeder, Stafford, sail'd 1st inst.
Brig Virginia, Cooper, up with desp'h 12th inst"
NEW ORLEANS.
Schr Cirah, up to sail 9th inst.
NEWPORT, R. I.,
Sloop Annawan, Burdick, cle'd on 2d inst;
PASSENGERS
Per steamer Siren-A G Semmes and lady, Mrs
G F Baltzell and family, Capt H W Van Veighten,
Capt R Haley, Capt A Robinson, Messrs Thos
Preston, Sam'1 Schiffer, J H- Hull, W 11 Long.
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per steamer Siren-16 bales Cotton to Thomas
Preston; 1000 It lumber to W H Thompson; 5 sks
corn to W G Porter & Co; 40 to A L Clements.


,L^ We are authorized :'>- an-
nounce W. G. M. DAVIS, Esq., as c i;;il.te
to represent Franklin county, in ti' npxt Le i-
lative Council, at the ensuing elect--. .:

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. jy27*


VIP 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. sep30


MI; We are authorized to an-'
nounce Dr. N. A. LONG, of Jacksbnj as a Can.
didate for the Senate from the Western Senatorial
District at the ensuing election. jy27*


( 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

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

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


A Card.
ff^ C. W. WORDIN, tenders his thanks
fo the citizens of Apalachicola and the up-coun-
try, particulary Marianna,) for past favors, and
respectfully solicits a continuance the ensuing


season, at the firm of FrrITCH & WORDIN.
C See advertisement.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15th, 1S44. o19 3t
Thoinas Preston,


COMMISSION & FORWADING MERCHANT
Office, No. 32 Water street-up stairs.


ocl9 6m


Apalachicola, Fla.


LUMBER INSPFCTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
-* Office corner Commerce and Forbes street.
JOHN LUCAS.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15, 1844. o19 tf


INFORMATION WANTED.-Any person
knowing anything of one WM. H. HARDY,
who by trade is a Tin Plate worker-whether
dead or alive-will oblige us, by forwarding the
same to this office. When last heard from, which
was several years ago, he was at Galena, Illinois.
y Editors of papers, in the West and South
West, will confer a favor, by copying the above.
Apalachicola, Oct. 141, 1841.

W INDOW GLASS.-20 boxes 8 by 10 Penn-
sylvania Window Glass, a superior article.
For sale very low, byv
J STEVENSON & CO.,
Octf 15 Water street.


$200 Reward!
g RUNAWAY from the subscriber about
two years ago, ,two negro men, JOHN"
and "ALBERT." Albert is about thirty-
five years of age, and about 5ft 5in in height,
is thick and heavily built, has a very black skin,
and is a negro of tremendous althetic make. John
is about 5ft 6in in height, is stout, well made and
very muscular; his skin is not very black, but
rather between that of a black negro and a dark
molatto. It is well known to many, that the
above named negroes were at work around about
the vicinity of lola, for some time after the sub-
scriber left Florida, and they have frequently
been seen during the last six months in that
neighborhood, arid it is believed that they are
still thereabouts. The above reward of $200,
will be paid for their apprehension and lodge-
ment in any jail, or otherwise, so that I get them,
or $100 for either of them.
JOHN D. GRAY.
per JESSE F. POTTS
St. Joseph 'Oct. 14th, 1844. o19 1m


Blacksmithing, &Sc.
THE subscriber respectfully in-
forrms the citizens of Apalachicola
and its vicinity, that he has erect-
-.. ed on Commerce (in the iear of
No. 22 Water) street, a BLACK-
SMITH'S SHOP, where he is pre-
pared to execute with neatness and despatch,
and on the most reasonable terms, all work in his
line of business, entrusted to his care.
RICHARD PARKER.
Apalachicola, Oct. 19th, 1844-3m
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The late firm of "CHESTER, FARRIOR &
McGRIFF," is this day dissolved by mutual con-
sent of the parties. Hugh M. Farrior, is duly
authorized to settle all the unfinished business of
said firm. WILLIAM CHESTER,
HUGH M. FARRIOR,
EPHALY McGRIFF.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15th, 1844. 01o9 m
PERFUMARY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c.,
Superior Cologne Water;
Lavender do.
Orange do.
"< Bay do.
Essential Oils, of all kinds;
Balm of Columbia; Hair Dye;
Tooth Brushes, assorted;
Hair do do.
Cloth Brushes; Combs;
Playing Cards, French and American;
Also, a variety of Fancy Articles, Soaps, &c.,
just received, and for sale at
JOHN JONES'
Hair Dressing Saloon,
oct19 3m Centre, near Commerce street.
SUGARS.-10 hhds Porto Rico and St. Croix
Sugars, for sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st-
C ORN.-200 bushels New Corn, received per
steamer Siren, for sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.
RIME PORK.---12 bbls. Prime Pork, just re-
ceived and for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
augl9 40 Water st.


H OLLAND GIN.-One pipe Holland Gin,
first quality, just received by
DODGE & GARDNER,
sep30 40 Water st.
N CONSIGNMENT.-India and Gunny
Bagging; Manilla and Kentucky Rope, daily
expected by brig Virginia, which will be sold
low by JAS F FARRIOR,
sep30 33 Water st.


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


LOUR.-50 bbls Northern superfine Flour;
F For sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.
ALT.-1,200 bushs Course Salt of a superior
quality, just received on consignment.
For sale by
[RAYMOND & HARDIN,
sep30 33 Water st.


O SNABURGS.-10 bales Cotton Osnaburgs,
Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 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. B. S. HAWLEY,
jet cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.


I


WM. H. HUGHES,
Adjutant 3d Reg't, F. M.
Apalachicola, Oct. i2, 1844.


oi4 im


SAKtE NOTICE.-Alltpersons are forbid oc-
cupying LOTS in the City of Apalachicola,
or ground in its vicinity, belonging 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 persons are also, n-.tiiied not to trespass
ipon the lands by cutting Live Oak, Cedar, other
timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN, Agent
./pal'a Land Co.,
oct7 linm for Apdl'a and its vicinity.
Clothing, &c.
F RESH GOODS !-Just received per Caroline
E. Platt, from New York :_
Over Coats, Casgimere Pants, Salinet Pants,
Red flannel shirts, Kersey jackets aild pants,
Linen bosom Shirts, Calico do; Suspenders,
Draws and under Shirts, Sattinet Jackets,
Sack Coats, Woolen Socks and Mitts,
FPur, cloth and velvet Caps; Children do.
Henry Clay Hats, Men and boys sporting do.
Fancy merino and velvet Vests, Gloves,
Half Hose, Silk & cotton Pocket Hdkfs,
Also, a general assortment of STAPLE and
FANCY DRY GOODS.
sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN.
Copartnership and Commission
Business,
AT APALACHICOLA AND COLUMBUS.
HE undersigned have associated for the pur-
pose of transacting a General Agency and
Commission Business. The business will be con-
ducted in Apalachicola, Fla., by Henry L. Ray-
mond4 under the firm of RAYMOND & HAR-
DIN-in Columbus, Geo., by Edward J. Hardin,
under the firm of HARDIN & Co.
The advantages offered by this arrangement, to
persons at a distance who may have or wish to
make business in either or both places, will be
readily perceived. Feeling ourselves fully com-
petent to conduct such a business as it should bej
and intending so to do, we respectfully solicit a
share of patronage.
EDWARD J. HARDIN,
HENRY L. RAYMOND.
Apalachicola, July 31, 1844. al0tf


CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-The under-
signed having associated with -them Mr. H.
W. BROOKS, will continue to transact a General
Commission, Forwarding, and Shipping Business,
under the firm of NOURSE, STONE & Co;
NOURSE & STONE.
B. F. NURSE, )
H. B. STONE, Apalachicola, Aug. 1, 1844.
H. W. BROOKS. ) a19


New Goods!
T HE 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 Bonnettsi;
Do white lace Neapolitan do;
Infants Caps; Kid gloves, &c., &c.
For sale cheap by
sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN.


F ANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.2 --Just
received a Fresh and General .A s.ortment of
FALL GOODS, consisting in part o':-
Calicos, Muslins, Flannels, Linsev,.
Silk Cravats, Quilt Shaws, Worsted Caps,
Kerseys, Domestics, Canbric Hd'UfJ ,
Ladies' Kid Gloves, Linens, Sutpend.ris,
Pongee Hdkfs, Black' Italian Crav-ts.,
Ladies Bonnets, fancy, fluted, N ., ''- ;. &c.
With a variety of articles suitable for hie com-
ing Season. For sale by
sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN.
C OFFEE.-100 bags Rio and Laguira Coffee.
For sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


PORTO
Porto

sep30


RICO SUGAR-10 bls superior quality
Rico Sugar, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
40 Water st.


eFd i Obituary. .
,, Diedin this city on the 9th instant, after a short
illness, Mr. HENRY QUANT. The deceased
was a native of England, and came to this country
but a short time since. HIe was a printer by pro-
fession. Death has marked many a higher victim,
but none more esteemed or loved in the sphere
wherein he moved, than the lamented subject of
this obituary. Display of any kind was his aver-
sion; the great purpose of his irreproachable life
seems to have been to fulfil every duty-, with zeal
with justice, and with propriety ; exercising inva-
riably the utmost devotion and the most consider-
ate kindness to his immediate relations, and to
others benevolence, charity and good will, with-
out bounds, and with no other than to his approba-
tion. As a husband, and in the domestic relations
of life, he was a pattern good and true, and falls
as the virtuous fall, most beloved and regretted by
those who best knew him. He has left an amiable
and afflicted wife, with an interesting child, to
mourn his untimely death-But God tempers
the wind to the shorn lamb.'"
Mr. Q. died in the full belief of the importance
of the christian religion, and with the full hope
that he should forever enjoy its blessed rewards,
through the merits of his Redeemer alone in ano-
ther and better world. He has left many friends
behind, both in England and in this country, who
justly appreciated and valued the generosity and
magnanimity of his character, with his 'many
manly virtues, when living, and who hope to meet
him again hereafter, in the world of spirits and
immortality. W.


THIRD REGIMENT-FLORIDA MILITIA.
Company J.-Company Orders.
S THE members composing this company
: are hereby notified and required to assemble
on Saturday next, the 26th inst., at 4 o'clock,
P. M., in front of the Apalachicola Ex-
change, armed and equipped as the law di-
f rects. The roll will be called five minutes
after four, and all delinquents returned to Court
Martial. By order of
BENJ. LUCAS, Lieut. Comd'g.
H. F. ABELL, Orderly Serg't.
Apalachicola, Oct. 19, 1844.
THIRD REGIMENT-FLORIDA MILITIA.
Company B.--Company Orders.
HE members composing this Company are
hereby notified and required to assemble on
Saturday next, the 26th inst., at 4 o'Clock, P. M.,
in front of the Market House, armed and
equipped as the law directs. The roll will
be called five minutes after four, and all delin-
quents returned to Court Martial.
By order of
P. C. CULLEN, Captain.
R. A. DOMINGE, Acting 0. S.
Apalachicola, Oct. 19, 1844.
C O-PARTNERSHIP.-C. W. WORDIN, hav-
ing associated himself with J. L. FITCH in
the Watch and Jewelry business, and under the
name and style of "FITCH & WORDIN," re-
spectfully informs their friends and the public,
that they will on or about the 1st of Novamber
next open their stock of-'.

WATCHES, JEWELRY AND

,\ Consisting of Gold and Silver
:--" Watches, Keys, Chains, Broaches,
Rings, Spectacles, Pencils, Studs,
Sleeve and Collar Buttons, Head Ornaments,
Lockets, Miniture-Cases, Bracelets, Music-Boxes,
Pursess Wallets, Knives, Scissors, Razors and
Razor Straps; Tooth, Nail and Lather Brushes;
Snuff and Tobacco Boxes, Violin Strings, &c.
JOHN L. FITCH,
CHAS. W. WORDIN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 19th, 1844.
t- N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair-
ing WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY by
C. W. Wordin-all work warranted. o19 tf


REGIMENTAL ORDERS.

HEAD QUARTERS,
THIRD REDG'T, 1st Brigade, F. M.
Apalachicola, Oct. 12th, 1844. 5
HE Companies composing the Third Regi-
Sment, 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 equipp.:d 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, d iiying Westwardly.
The commissioned and non-comnmissioned 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 undet the supervision of the Brigade Inspec-
tor.
The officers commanding Companies 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 AdjuItant of the Regiment, at least two
weeks previous to the Regimental muster on the
16th November next.
The law will be strictly enforced against all
delinquents. By order of
R. J. FLOYD, Colonel.


To the American Bar.
T HE undersigned contemplates putting to Press'
Sthe 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 fai North and
West, I must request my friends to pay the post-
age on them. I shall be aided in this amusing andi
interesting work by some of the oldest and most'
distinguished Members of *e Sourhern B3r.
W- All communications must be directed to'
me at Pensacola, Florida."
RICHARD ROE.


Pensacola, July 1st, 1844.
ICf- Editors favorable to the undertaking Will
please copy.


Commission Business,
New York, March 12th 1844'.,
WITH 'a knowledge of business derived'
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good'
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of 'all kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon establ-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-
turns for all sales effected, and answers to afll
orders with which they may be favored.
Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of
Cotton or other Prbduce, will be duly honored on
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street.
W M. 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;
Fo] eign and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings;
'Shirtings;
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other article in their line adapted
to the country trade. dec4 y
P AINTS, OILS, OAKUM, &c.-Just received
per blig Caroline E. Platt.
50 kegs Pure and No. 1, White Lead;
200 gals best Lamp Oil;
200 do boiled Linseod Oil;
10 bales Oakum, for sale low by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.
AINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
100 kegs White Lead;
5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp';
75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes;
100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes; -
Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &0., &c.
Just received, and for sale by
R. S. HAWLEY,
i,' 'cor. Chestnut & commerce e sheets,


S ELECTION NOTICE.

AN ELECTION will be held in FRANKLIN
Cotmunty, Territory of Florida, on Monday the
fourth day of November next, for four Senators to
represent the Western Senatorial District of Flo-
rida; and for 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
Wm. Robinson, Carlton Evans and Ingo Elaby.
At OLD WOMAN'S BLUFF, under the in-
spection of Chas. Russell, Sam'l. G. Evans and
James Selden.
At APALACHICOLA, under the inspection of
David G. Raney, Win. Foster and Anson Hancock.
Given under my hand, this the 25th day of
September, 1844. JAS. F. FARRIOR,
sep30 tde Deputy Clerk.


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Fall and Winter Arrangement.
THE U. S. Mail steamer SIREN,
will leave Apalachicola, every
TUESDAY and SATURDAY
-- night at 12 o'clock.
Leaves Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY
and SUNDAY evenings at 8 o'clock, and Chat-
tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12
o'clock, M.
VAN VEIGHTEN & SHARPLESS,
014 Contractors.


ItJNT'S MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE AND
COMMERCIAL REVIEW, Established
July, 1839, by FREEMAN HUNr, Editor and
Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumns, of about
800 pages each, completed. With the number
for July, 1844, commenced the sixth year of the-
existence of this standard Periodical. It is the
only work of the kind in this or any other coun-
try; and, although mainly devoted to the interests
and wants of the commercial and business com-
munity, it has become an indispensable work of
reference to the Statesman and Political Econo-
mist throughout the commercial world. Its con-
tents embrace every subject connected 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 bearing, in the conduct of the
work-opening its pages to the free and fair dis-
cussion of antagonistic doctrines connected with
the great interests of Commerce, Agriculture,'
Manufactures, and the Currency.
The Merchants' Magazine is published at No.'
142 Fulton street, New York, on the first of each'
month, at five dollars per annum, payable in ad-
vance. A few complete sets of the work embrac-
ing ten semi-annual volumes of about 800 pages
each, neatly and substantially bound, can be had
at the subscription price by applying at the office'
as above.
New York, July 1st, 1844.


$200 Reward!
RUNAWAY, or stolen, two negroes
"' LYCINDA" and JIM."-Lucinda left
about the 21st August; she is between 20'
. 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 Upatoie,
9 miles from Columbus, on the 15th of January,
1843, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th inst
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 panta-
loons and cloth coat, and has left his mother and
father, and seven brothers and sisters; conse-
quently we have just grounds for believing (hav-.
ing found a free pass in the possession of one of
the other negroes,) that one Lucy A. Bartee, and
her son Washington Stevenson, has feloniously
inveigled, stolen, taken and carried off the above'
named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her solt
absconded from the house of Thos. T Bartee, with'
whom she and her hui'b.and, John R. Bartee, re-
sided, the son, Wasliingon, on the 24th and Mrs.
Bartee on the 29th of last month. She left dis-
gracefully, after breaking' glasses and every thing
in her power. We will pay twenty dollars foi
each of the above described negroes, delivered to
us in Stewart county, Ga., or lodged in any jail so'
that we get them; and will pay the balance of two
hundred dollars (say $160) for the apprehension of
the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will
convict them for negro stealing, as the law directs
in such cases made and provided.
JOHN P. BARTEE.
THOMAS 0. BARTEE.
Stewart Co., Ga., Sept. 25th, 1844. o7 6t


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LEGAL NOTICES.

Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Robert J. Floyd, comp't.,
vs. IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al,
defendants.
IT appearing to the Court from a lidavit filed in
this cause, that said Lewis Curtis and George
Griswold, trustees of the Apa.lchicola Land
Company, and said John M. Berrien and David
Selden, who are defendants in said cause, reside
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: the
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the said Berrien and Selden in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso:
against them (a copy-teste.)
GEagainsO.F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. fel 4m
Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.


Robert May, comp't., )
vs. IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al., j
defendants. J
IT appearing to the Court from affidavit filed
in this cause, that said Lewis Curtis and
George Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola
Land Company, and said John M. Berrien and
David Selden, who are defendants in said cause,
reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit:
the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the said Berrien and Selden, in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be take pro confesso:
against them. (a copy-teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. jel 4m


Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't.'
vs.
Dodge, McDougald, Calhoun
and Bass, trustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-
chicola Lot Company; IN CHANCERY
Lewis Curtis and George INCHANCERY.
Griswold, trustees of the
Apalachicola Land Co.;
Myers, assignee in
bankruptcy of George W.
Ross, defendants.
IT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in
this cause that said Daniel McDougald, James
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis
and George Griswold; and Myers, reside
beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the
said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the
state of New York; and the said Bass in the state
of Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
lished once a week for the space of four months
before the ensuing term of this Court, in the
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in
this District, requiring said defendants to appear
and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
be taken pro confesso: against them.
(copy teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 31st, 1844. jet 4m
Apalachicola District of Florida.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't,
and In Chancery.
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts.
IT appearing to the Court, from the report of
the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed,
That the following sums are due by the parties
hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments here-
tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin
Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby given to the parties respectively,
to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver
in said cause, together with the interest thereon,
from the first day of March, 1843, or their respec-
tive shares will be sold at public auction, in ac-
cordance with a decree of the Court of Chancery
for the District aforesaid, to pay the several
amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wednes-
day in December next, to wit:
Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st
March, 1843.....................$1,660 00
Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on the same day and year... 972 76
John D. Howell .....................365 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.
Apalachicola District of Florida.
In Superior Court-Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
vs. ?
David D. Churchill,) Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
IT appearing to the Court by*affidavit, that, the
said David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
out of the Territory of Florida, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in 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,
J & L. BRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4m


W M. 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;
Foreign and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ;
-< Shirtings;
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other article in their line adapted
to the country trade. dec4 y


P AINTS, OILS, OAKUM, &c.-Just received
per brig Caroline E. Platt.
50 kegs Pure and No. 1, White Lead;
200 g~al best Lamp Oil;
200 do boiled Linseod Oil ;
10 bales Oakum, for sale low by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Wuter st.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

OTICE.-Six weeks after date I will apply
N to the Hon. Richard H. Long, Judge of the
County Court of Jackson County, for Letters of
Administration on the estate of William H1. L.
Russ, late of said county, deceased.
WILLIAMS D. DICKSON.
Marianna, Oct. 8, 1844. o14 6w'


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


NOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court of
Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the
administration on the estate of Sampson Pope,
late of said county deceased.
SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3-6m
N OTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of'
dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.
H. B. STONE, Administrator.
Apalachicola, May 16, 1844. myl8 6m


NOTICE.-All persons are forbid from tres-
passing upon lot No. 10, block 3, or from oc-
cupying the same, by authority of any one but the
subscriber, who is alone authorized to lease or
sell the same. R. J. MOSES.
Apalachicola, Sept. 1st, 1844. s10 1m
NOTICE.-All persons are hereby cautioned
against trading for a Promissory Note given
by me to Samuel Gammon, for two hundred and
fifty dollars, ($250 00) due, I think, the 1st of
March, 1845, endorsed by B. S. Hawley. The
consideration for which said note was given
having entirely failed, I shall not pay the same
unless compelled by law.
NELSON HAWLEY.
Woodville, Ga., Sept. 26, 1844. ol4tf
N OTICE.-All persons are hereby cautioned
against trading for a note of hand, drawn by
me and made payable on the 1st of June, 1843,
to Mrs. Gorrie, for one hundred ($100) dollars.
The note, is dated on or about the 1st October,
1842; and as the consideration for which said
note was given having failed, I will not pay the
same, unless compelled by law.
EDMUND AUSTIN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 14th, 1844. o14 3t


$200 Reward !
SRUNAWAY, or stolen, two negroes
"LYCINDA" and o JIM."-Lucinda left
about the 21st August; she is between 20
X 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 Upatoie,
9 miles from Columbus, on the 15th of January,
1813, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th inst.,
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 panta-
loons and cloth coat, and has left his mother and
father, and seven brothers and sisters; conse-
quently we have just grounds for believing (hav-
ing found a free pass in the possession of one of
the other negroes,) that one Lucy A. Bartee, and
her son Washington Stevenson, has feloniously
inveigled, stolen, taken and carried off the 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. Bartee, re-
sided, the son, Washington, on the 24th and Mrs.
Bartee on the 29th of last month. She left dis-
gracefully, after breaking glasses and every thing
in her power. We will pay twenty dollars for
each of the above described negroes, delivered to
us in Stewart county, Ga., or lodged in any jail so
that we get them; and will pay the balance of two
hundred dollars (say $160) for the apprehension of
the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will
convict them for negro stealing, as the law directs
in such cases made and provided.
JOHN P. BARTEE.
THOMAS 0. BARTEE.
Stewart Co., Ga., Sept. 25th, 1844. o7 6t


Tax Notice !
N conformity with an Ordinance, 'passed by
the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa-
lachicola, March 22d, 1844, entitled "An Ordin-
ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City."
I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of De-
cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the
Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol-
lowing described property, as will bring double
the amount annexed, together with all costs and
charges of sale.
Blocks. Lots. To whom assessed. $ cts.
36 I A. T. Bennett,......... 22 00
D2 4 .
26 2&15 C. E. Bartlett,......... 875

H2 3 L. Birdsal,............ 2 50
H2 4 J. C. Birdsal,.......... 2 50
F1 9 & 12 Calhoun & Bass ....... 1000
[Al 1 John Evans,........... 42 50
D2 5& 9 C. Edmondson,........ 29' 00
H1 5&16t i .
Imp'd E2 11 John Gilmore,......... 2 50
43 6 F. R. Griffin,.......... 1 00
1 9 Estate of John Gillispie, 2 25
C2 6 & 7 Jacob Harvey......... 750
Imp'd A2 7 John Kerns,........... 3 50
Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy,........2 50
8 2 J. C. Love............. 300
17 3 William Low,......... 3 00
B2 11 Charles McKinney,.....5 00
Imp'd E2 10. J. Martin,............. 4 25
Imp'd A2 6 Mitchell Marzell,.......3 25
E2 5 Jno. T. Myrick,........ 500
Fl 11 Joseph Mitchell,....... 450
E2 9 K. McKenzie........... 500
H1 4 & 17 R. Maitland & sons,.... 7 00
111 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, ........ 3 25
Imp'd A 00 John Ragan,.......... 225
Imp'd A2 2 Frank White ......... 300
7 4 Thos. L. Wingate,......2 75
F2 15 0 Henry Williams,....... 6 00
PETER HOBERT,
City Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, June 7th, 1844. je15 6m
T HE subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION
INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford,
Conn., with full power to receive proposals and
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In-
land risks. The reputation of this company for
settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
Apalachicola, April 8, IS14.


PROSPECTUS OF THE
GEORGIA SENTINEL.

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
necessary.
Whilst the Paper will bear principally a com-
mercial character, we shall endeavor to make it
useful and interesting to all classes of the commu-
nity, by rendering it a disseminator of truth-an
advocate of virtue-and censor of vice. In pur-
suing the plan determined upon, the following
will comprise the leading departments of. the Pa-
per, which we hope will carry the cheerfulness of
knowledge and the light of truth wherever it is
received.
POLITICS.-We shall sustain the great Republi-
can doctrines embraced in the Virginia, and Ken-
tuckey Resolutions of 1798-'99, as maintained by
Jefferson, Madison, Troup, Hayne, Calhoun, and
other distinguished advocates of State Rights-and
more recently set forth by the Democratic Con-
vention at Baltimore, in May last-as forming
what we conceive to be the fundamental 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 of the latter, we can in-
voke alike the fidelity of the "Unionist" and the
zeal of the "Nullifier," in maintaining inviolate
its compromises, whereby alone our civil and re-
ligious liberties can be secured to us, and the bless-
ings of our glorious Union perpetuated.
Our object being 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 columns shall 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, bypermitting 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 promotejtheir 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 of in-
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 INTELLIGENCE.-In this department
will be 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 deliver-
ed in any part of the City, at Six DOLLARS per
annum, payable in advance.
THE GEORGIA SENTINEL, for the country, will be
issued once a week, on a Super.Royal sheet, and
forwarded by mail to any part of the Union, at $3
per annum for a single copy-Two copies for $5
-or five copies for $10-payable invariably in ad-
vane. It will-'contain all the reading matter of
the daily paper, including Editorials, Commuica-
tions, a Weekly Review of the Savannah Mar-
ket, &c.
If- Advertisements will be inserted in the Daily
Paper at fifty cents per square, for the first and
twenty.five 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-
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subscribers obtained to warren the publication.
in Persons wishing to subscribe will please hand
in their names immediately, and those holding sub-
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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(3-* A Subscription list will be found at this
office.-SAVANNAIH, SEPTEMBER 3, 1844.


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


WARM SPRINGS..
MERIWETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA. IA:
THE PROPRIETORS of this watering
place, have been induced to open their
House for the accommodation of invalids
and others, much earlier this season than usual,
in consequence of the many applications that have
been made for Board from different parts of the
country, by those laboring under various diseases,
such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. all of which
readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have
heretofore held out more inducments to persons
seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to
those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
say come, and come early, if you wish to be
benefited. These Springs have proved a certain
cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
and in no instance have invalids failed to be bene-
fited who have visited them, for the proof of
which, we can refer to innumerable certificates,
some from the most respectable gentlemen in the
State.
To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will say this
much, that we intend to offer inducements enough
to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
South. We intend to keep a better House than
we ever have kept, (and it is said that we generally
kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirely
new; our houses have all been repaired, and the
whole place presents a new and beautiful appear-
ance. The temperature of the atmosphere is fine,
the thermometer seldom rising above 86 degrees.
Our Baths are in as good order as they can be, and
for the benefit of those who have not paid us a
visit, we will describe them: they are 6 in number,
each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressing
room attached to each, and are so arranged as to
raise the water to any depth required; our Spring
affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of
water per minute; the temperature of the water
is precisely 90 degrees. The analysis as taken by
Dr. J. B. Cotting, 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 0,998-distilled water being 1,000.
GASES-Carbonic acid gas,....2 cubic inches.
Sulphurate of Hydrogen,...... ... ....a trace.
SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime,......... 1 grain.
Carbonate of Iron,.... ............3 5 grains.
Carbonate of Magnesia,.........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
season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hope
to be able, between us, to please all, and see that
none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too, will
give his whole attention.
Our charges will be the same as heretofore,
$30, per month for Board and Lodging. Baths,
free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and
sold at fair prices. These Springs are 35 miles
north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green-
ville. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching
here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augustsr. Macon
and Madison with Columbus and GreenviJie, and
Hacks run daily from both places here, so there
will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage
also leaves Columbus three times a week by the
way of Hamilton, for the Springs.
The Proprietors will be ready to receive Com-
pany on the first May.
SEYMOUR R. BONNER.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.
The Warm Springs are so well known that we
dothink it necessary to trouble the public with a
long array of certificates, setting forth their claims
to the patronage of' the invalid, as well as the
man of health and pleasure., We wiil therefore
only invite the attention of the reader to the fol-
lowing letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell, of Colum-
,bus:
COLUMBUs, March 23d, 1844.
Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodating
and courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of
Merriwether county-It is due the public who
may wish to leave their own homes and firesdes
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 from the Chemical analysis sub-
mitted to the public by the States Geologist, has
aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu-
matism; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis; Diar-
rher; Dysentary ; Dispepsy, and all diseases of the
skin and Kidneys.
In addressing this note to you sir, I have only
complied with the earnest solicitations of some
kind friends who have been either radically cured
or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Waters
of the Warm Springs.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consi-
deration your obedient servant,


To Col. S. R. Bonner.


J. J. BOSWELL.


H UNT'S MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE AND
COMMERCIAL REVIEW, Established
July, 1839, by FREEMAN HUNT, Editor and
Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumns, of about
800 pages each, completed. With the number
for July, 1844, commenced the sixth year of the
existence of this standard Periodical. It is the
only work of the kind in this or any other coun-
try; and, although mainly devoted to the interests
and wants of the commercial and business com-
munity, it has become an indispensable work of
reference to the Statesman.and Political Econo-
mist throughout the commercial world. Its con-
tents embrace every subject connected 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 bearing, in the conduct of the
work-opening its pages to the free and fair dis-
cussion of antagonistic doctrines connected with
the great interests of Commerce, Agriculture,
Manufactures, and the Currency.
The Merchants' Magazine is published at No..
142 Fulton street, New York, on the first of each
month, at five dollars per annum, payable in ad-
vance. A few complete sets of the work embrac-
ing ten semi-annual volumes of about 800 pages
each, neatly and substantially bound, can be had
at the subscription price by applying at the office
as above.
New York, July 1st, 1811.


UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York.
THE undersigned respectfully
inform the Old Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
SDRY, formerly known as "JAMES
CONNER'S" and more recently as
k"CONNER & CooK's," and the pub-
lic in general, that they are prepared to execute
orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c.,
and every other article necessary to form com-
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable
terms, and of as good a quality as any other es-
tablishment in the United States.
The 'rype 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.
0(- All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order.
N. B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above-
three times, previous to November next, will be
entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four
times the amount of the three insertions.
JAMES CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m


ADVERTISEMENT.
W ILLMER & SMITH'S EUROPE-
AN TIMES.-During the time this
journal has been before the world, the proprietors
refer, with pleasure to the praise which it has
elicited from the press of England, Ireland, Scot-
land, the United States, Canada and the West
Indies, and the encouragement it has received
from the public of the United States and Canada.
Three essential features distinguish it from all
contemporaneous publications.
First-It contains a full, correct and compre-
hensive Shipping List, arranged on a plan so plain
and practicable, that he who runs may read."
Persons interested in the Marine of America may
turn in an instant to the information which they
seek with the certainty of relying on its truth.
It thus supercedes Shipping Lists, and other ex-
pensive publications from Europe, some of which
are six times the price of Willmer & 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 the American
continent, and in which the merchant, the trader
and the man of business must feel an immediate
interest. On the score of correctness, 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.
Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the
American reader, in a concentrated state, and
where the interest or importance of the subject
demands it, in the 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. In
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 be said to contain
the BEST PRICES CURRENT; the BEST
SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUROPE-
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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.
-It will be sold at 12, cents per copy only,
Amongst other numerous and flattering testi-
monials, the Boston Morning Post, sbys:-
"We are greatly indebted to this newspaper for
our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial news.
One number of Willmer & Smith's European
Times is worth a whole file of any other English
paper."
Published at Liverpool, just before the steamer
sails by WILLIAM & SMITH. Subscription
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IT is the intention of the proprietors of the'
"EUROPEAN TIMEs," to publish EXTRAS, con-
taining a di-.e-i s ilir to the European Times,
but more c'.'.i~n..d: price three cents per copy,.
which I shall have forwarded by post and railway
express, in a few minutes after each steamship's
arrival in Boston, and which may be obtained in
quantities at very low prices.
EDWARD WILLMER.
EURoPEA2, TIMEs" OFFICE,
Boston, June, 1844. 5 jyl

An Ordinance
To raise a Fund for the City Hospital.
Section 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of dpalachicola, That from
and after the first day of September next, the
following taxes shall be le-ied upon all passengers
arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each and!
every passenger by sea, coastwise, the sum of fifty
cents, and upon each and every passenger arriving
by sea from any foreign country, the sum of two'
dollars.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That the own-
er or master of each and every vessel arriving at
this port, after the first of September next, shall'
render without delay, under oath, to the Trea-
surer of said city, a true and full amount of all
passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owner
or master of such vessel, shall pay to the Trea-
surer of said city, the tax aforesaid upon each and?
every passenger, for which tax the vessel shall
also be held liable; and any owner or master of
such vessel, refusing or neglecting to comply with
the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable tch
said city in the penalty of fifty dollars.
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That the fund
arising from the tax aforesaid, shall be reserved
and used only for the benefit of the City Hospital,.
under such regulations as the Mayor and Council
may prescribe.
Passed by Council, 20th June, 1844.
DAVID G. RANEY, Mayor.
FLOUR.-50 bbls Northern superfine Flour;
JFor sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


SALT.-1,200 bushs Course Salt of a superior
quality, just received on consignment.
For sale by
RAYMOND & HARDIN,
sep30 33 Water st,


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


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VOLUME IL] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1844. [[NUMBER 43. j

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CARDS. CARDS. From the Southern Literary Messenger. I choked" on perhaps a fruitless en and. Go

5Ni1ERUI11b ADVERTISER, THEFORSAKEN.St, back; we thank you for having come so far. Batas t

EVERY SATURDAYBY GREEN N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUMBUS, &.c..c. HIRST. for me, my way lies ahead, even if it leads into .
PUBLISHED CHAS. A. CHAS. II. COX ERY. .ANN M. the very heart of an Indian village."

Green & Conucry, They tell me, in the giddy crowdNo And I will follow !" "And I!l" exclaimed -
DOMINGE & J. L. WYMAN. wrn & &W/i1mrnm& laugh is half loud thine, you
so as
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r. COMMISSION] MERCHANTS, fc dozen voices; for daring, in moments like
And that the homage of the proudIs
No. 23 Water 136 Water &r SO Pine street. these and
of street, JVb. shrine- carries the day against cooler counsels,
Baltzell's Buildings, corner frequent at thy
nfi-e third story & Chestnut streets, o4 ly Apalachicola, Fla. NEW YORK, That mid the dance and in the song, the young; men to a man, sprang to Leper's side.

Commerce PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor. And where the rca wine freely flows, Even the old men were effected by the conta-

ANNUM: Wylic & 'tIcKenzie, .- Thy step is light, thy voice is strong, gion. They were torn by conflicting emotions, I

.\T THREE DOLLARS, PER. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Andrew S. Coolie, Thy cheek with pleasure glows. now thinking of their wives and little ones behind,

PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.Hrertisements No. 42 'Vater*street, COMMISSION MERCHANT, and now reminded ofthe suffering captives before.
of ten lines or less (twenty lines They tell me beauty smiles to hear still fluctuated
palachicola.A No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st. They when one of the young men
The music of
or mJre in proportion,) conspicuously insertedat LVA WYLIE, ) New Orleans, La. That, When magic thou singest thy! the tongue votive; tear exclaimed in a low voice- I

the following rates : WM. A. l\ICKEXZIF.S sepl ly Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, Falleth from old and young- "See! there they are!" and as he spoke he poin !

.. ..310 0) i i! One month,.... $2 50 janlS tlnov Apalachicola, Fla. They tell me this and smile to see ted to a thin column of light ascending above the It I

('txm'nths jevear ,. ... ..7 0''I; Three weeks,. ....2 (X o David G. Raiicy, My heaving breast and heavy eye, tree tops, from the bottom of the valley lying immediately I
"1'nrt"emont113,. ....5 U;> :, Two w e s.l, 50() COMMISSION& WARDING MERCHANTAND SHEPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, WM. H. WYATT. Though well they know that loving thee behind them. r

'1'0 J11onth ,. ...4 W |lOne| insertion,.....1 OJ DEALER IN GOODS, Lippincott & Wyatt, I love until I die. :: "On then, on," said Jenkins, now the first to I I

\ airertwsmenls: : are sent without any special No. 43: Water strefit.j GROCERS & COMMISSION-MERCHANTS, i move ahead ; but silently for the slightest noise ,
ica:
\ Well and wake
the number of insertions an2311 n ApalachicolafFl Levee and 4 st. go thy way; never "
directions: as to -. No.2 New Tclioapitoulsis The feeblest of me, will ruin our hopes. _

reiuireJ! it will be understood that they are to B. Ellison & Co. NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly To wring thy worthless memory heart-I break Oh, how the father's heart thrilled at these 1

b. puM&ied UNTIL FORBID; they will there- Thy chains and set thee free. I words! The evident belief of his neighbors in the ,

fare be continued at our discretion, and charged DEALERS AND COMMISSION IN MISCELLANEOUS MERCHANTS GOODS, Thomas Bertram, Thou! to thy mirth! I, to my gloom uselessness of further pursuit, had wrung his \. t '

cordiri to the foregoing rates. No. 33 Water street COMMISSION MERCHANT, Health to the coldest of the twain! heart and with Leper he had resolved to go unaided :

Lez1 l Advertisements of which the term of publication I decl ly Apalachicola, F.: .. No. 54 Common street. The fennel draught be mine, the doom though meantime he watched with intense

is fixed by law, will only be excepted NEW'ORL: ANS. novl ly Of those who love in vain. anxiety the proceedings of the councils, for he f'

from the above rule. 'v. A. Wood, knew that two men, or even a dozen,would prob--
Woodland & Co.
TBtbcw who advertise by the year: a liberal: dis- COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT, J. 'v. From the Ladies' National Magazine. ably be insufficient to rescue the captives. But '\. \ I
MERCHANTS
MUatviil be made ; but all advertisements not AND SHIP CHANDLER, I COMMISSION*Commerce street THE INDIAN TRAIL. when his eyes caught the distant light, hope

strictly pertaining to their own business, as No. ::23 Water street, I No. IS rushed wildly back over his heart. With the next

well as all legal advertisements sent in by them, ep30 Apalachicola, Fa. New Orleans, La. novi ly The Indians have attacked Mr. Stuart's hpuie", minute he was formost in the line of pursuers, _
burnt it and carried his into '.
family
captivity
the usual rates.tn&cunccrnCntS ,
will be charged at apparently the coolest and most cautious of all.
of candidates for omce, will Jas. L. Francis, were the first words of a breathless woodman, as With
oilsrc & Gardner, a noiseless tread the borderers proceeded _
ill I
TAILOR & CLOTHIER he the block of in
MERCHANT rushed into house
thMurged FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass, GROCERS & COMMISSION :MERCHANTS, a village until they were within a few yards of the encamped I
oavdble in all cases in advance. I No. 40 .Water street, .,'''0. :226 J Bowery, near Rioington st. western New York, during one of the early border Indians, whom they began to catch through

\' rrn. !trnit'ttinn{ *. (when :al"ii:;:''! ,.) of :a d.lq i Apalachicola, Fla. NEW YORK. novl ly wars. Up, up-a dozen men" should have I the avenue of the trees, as the fire flashed up, _

"II"r.*' :ual'411'I individual:. nature, or pulls: of new -- been on the trail two hours ago. i when a fresh band was thrown upon it. Steadily
1
will he for If. R. Wood, New York .New Orleans and Miscellaneous God help us!I" said one of the group, a bold, I forward few
,iaivnn.ui: *. god$, &c., charged as I creeping a paces further, they discovered -
discretion. AUCTIONEER COMMISSION AGENT, I ADVERTISEMENTS.PRINT frank forester, and with a face whiter than ashes, the
advertisements, at our : captive girl, with her two little
: No. :Water-street, he leaned against the wall gasping for breath.- brothers and three sisters, bound,a short distance _

tj- The followinz gentlemen are our authori- marl ly Apalachicola, Fla. WAREHOUSEIN Every eye was turned on him with sympathy, for from the group; and at the sight, the fear of the 44

Haunts; and they are empowered to receipt NEW YORKTo I he and Mr. Stuart's only daughter, a lovely girl father lest some of his little ones, unable to keep
advertise- Francis Kopmaii, seventeen, were to be married in a few days. _
,
of subsriptions in the hasty had been
the payment: any up flight tomahawked,
for { the City, Southern and Interior trade gave
"'at oi" oi'vr' printinz; to be forwarded to us:- WHOLESI.E AND RETAIL DEALER INSihOES supply The bereaved father was universally respected. way to a thrill indescribable joy. He and Jenkins

0 L 15. G. AI.OERMO, Marianna, Fh. DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c. by the Piece or Package.No. He was a man of great benevolence of heart, and were now by common consent looked on as the -

J. S. SANCHEZ, St. Augustine, Fla. (J.'ieapfor Cash, 44 Cedar street, near William. of some property, and resided on a mill seat he leaders of the party. He paused to count the
Fla. & BRE\VS'rER give notice to owned about two miles from the His -4
JAS. PE.VX, St. Joseph; Fla. oct CliCslnut-Street: Apalachic.ola, LEE village. group. rt

>. BUCKR Brown's Ferry, Ha.A. __ .in DRY.. .GOODS..y."T...,,"that f they nnT"'TTvn have removed family consisted of his eldest dauzhter: and three Twenty-five in all," he said, in a )low whis 4 i
S. 4aEENZD: Aba: .r. Baker Co., Ga James Gibson, their %WAKbuuuac* ior r1\.ln 1 LA: ) children. He had been from home, so the runner I per. We can take oFa( third at least with one

.. -- -- I HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAINTER CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Pearl, to said, when his house was attacked, nor had the fire, and then rush in on them," and he looked to r\t

-YORK-& -\PALACHICOL.PCKETS.j: I AND GLAZIER, No. 44 Cedar street. By confining their attentionto neighbors any intimation of the catastrophe until : Jenkins, who nodded approvingly.In ..:

NEW Apalachicola, Fla. PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabledto the light ofthe burning tenements awakened the hurried whispering the plan of attack .J.

Mi (;:j.. Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of exhibit an assortment far suppassing any ever suspicions of a settler, who was a mile nearer the regulated, each having an Indian assigned to was hw fr ,

Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, &c. &c. Work doneon before offered in America; and to sell at prices as village than Mr. Stuart, and who proceeded towards rifle. During this brief pause every heart trembled

Regular Packet Line. the most reasonable terms. aul: low, and generally lower, than those whose attention !I the flames, found the house and mills in lest the accidental crackling of a twig, or a '.IE.

Martha Washington,. .J J :Dome, master. is dividedamong alarge variety articles.$. ruins, and recognized the feet of females and tone spoken unadvisedly above a whisper should
i iII
F. Farrior
James
Ship ..
.
: of several thousand children the trail of the Indians. He hurried
The stock consists patterns on i
. .." Pratt attract the attention of the
Si i: Fioridian,. S S m PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC, savages. Suddenly, l
of AMERICAN who
variety to the fort and is the individual
Sir! ;) l t :arj-j,. ..... . S S S S S .P W Lith.uu, Apalachicola, Fla. and colors, embracing every instantly before all was arranged, one of them sprung to '1 :
PRINTS in market stood the whichwe
S'p Emblem,. . . .A L Dyer, Office, J\o. 41 Water street. AND FOREIGN ; now breathlessly narrating events his feet,and looked suspiciously! in the direction f
for in fewer words have detailed.
exclusively
8n:1z Manhattan,. .... .W H Doane, 0::;- He would respectfully solicit the patronageof many styles of which are got up or our little party. At the same instant, another ..
elsewhere
obtained
; be The alarm the fire
and cannot -
village as a
flnz Ann Eliza,. .. . .W C Park, his friends: and acquaintances.: their own sales, spread through sprung towards the prisoners, and with eyes fixed
except in second hand's. spreads in S swamp after a drought; and before the thicket where the i
Bn Mt-tarnora,. . 5.11 Ashley, on pursuers lay, held
z 5 5
Dealers in Prints will find it to their interest the speaker had finished his story the little block his tomahawk above the startled
; vcS'els of lijrht drift of water, II. i. Wood, girl, as if to
TMHKE: are to call and, examine this stock, before making house was filled with eager and sympathizing strike the instant demonstration
of
: *
I 'nit expressly for the tr-ldL'J of the 1it niatarul NOTARY PUBLIC, will any hostility ,
D purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they faces. Several of the inhabitants had "brought should

:, r ipier; fastened and coppered, with hand- 1\0.31 Water-Street, have the advantage oflearning the lowest market their rifles, and others now hurried home to arm The children appear. clung to their sister's side with.

fae: accommodjtion, and will sail punctually marl I ly Apalachicola, Fla. price, and comparing all the most desirable and themselves. The young men of the settlement stifled cries. The moment was critical; if the

istJvertNad. When the day nf iiing! falls on: fashionable styles in market, side by side. gathered, to a man, around Henry Leper, the of the
A. L. CScmciats, proximity pursuers was suspected, their
Saadiv: : tIll' >.lli! :;)< will > Iii on the Motid:tcllow-' {(Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every betrothed husband of Mary Stuart ; and thoughfew discovery would be the result. To wait until
PUBLIC
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ii:. TV price of pi "j e i is f0!( without liquors.: NOTARY variation of the market, are placed in the handsof words were spoken, the earnest grasp: of the each man had his victim assigned him

.;:j- \llii'J> forA'j.riled to the suojcribers, at No. 23 Water street, buyers. oct7 tfn hand, and the accompanying looks, assured him ruinous fire might
N'v York;will he hip'x l free of commission. scTrtO_ Apalachicola, Fa. that his friends keenly felt for him, and were prove. ; to prematurely might be equallyso.
But Leper: forgot consideration in the -
E. D. lUJULtmT! & ro.f .1OSEPII SCHKOTD, Commission Business ready to follow him to the world's end. That every : -
of
and
peril Mary, almost at.the instant when the -
c ii S'uiih qt., N. y. or, party was about to set forth, when a man was
12th 1811.
st. York March have
Chestnut
:Xo.: 11 Water, near New occurrence we related were taking place,
xouRSn, sroNi: of
took aim the
WITH knowledge at
f ccr a savage standing over his betrothed,
sep3 -.113V.ikr ?t., .\tnPa.AUG1'ION .,, of than twenty in of the desolated home. and fired The Indian
1 w --' P it :;:- from an experience more years fell dead.
i i L: It is Mr. Stuart!" said of the oldest of
one r
'1I'. "ii ,: Commercial and other business pursuits_ and good Immediately a yell rang through the forest-
"
I the "stand back and let him in.
BUSINESS. tender their services, group, come thejranns
the to
facilities, the undersigned savages leaped a few dashed into I
MERCHANTS, for the The men parted right and left from the door- the thicket others rushed
as COMMISSION pur- on the prisoners, the tG
THE subscriber will be prepared '1 'all kinds of Produce, and Foreign way, and immediately the father entered, the retreated behind '
Is inst PATEnT JSXXDAIRELs1LFEvoL. chase and sale of most sagacious trees. But on
20th (
on or about the bowed to him he !
neighbors respectfully as
\ Goods. passe that dozen rifles :
BUSINESS r \ \ and Domestic whoop a rang on the air, and
to transact the AUCTION '. Their business will be conducted upon estab- He scarcely returned their salutation, but advancing half a score of the assailed fell to the earth,while
_
and _
in this City, hopes VING AIVJU RIIEATIKG: I'I..JS'.Q.'OL lished principles, and with a view to prompt returns directly to his intended son-in-law, they "the borderers, breaking from the thicket,with up- 1, i,
4 by strict attention and punctu- fell into each other's The I_ _
all mutually arms. -
effected and answers to spectators lifted tomahawks the ,
.- I for all sales came to rescue. A wild
_-_ Jlih'' he will yet ir t:t a share of Fine not wishing to intrude on the privacy of
> T -r m in Faycy Hardware, Cutlery, orders with which they may be favored. hand-to-hand conflict ensued, ia which nothing i iI
\ the AUC HUN SALES. Having; obtained a new DEALER} &c., coni:: :-,ting in part of Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of their grief, turned their faces away with that instinctive I could be seen except the figures of the combatants _

commi-j-sio'i from the Governor, he feels confident Fine Pen & Pocket! Knives and Scissors; Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on delicacy which is nowhere to be found i ,rolling together among the whirling leaves; )
_
him from
that nut Inns: can or shall, prevent use- Razors, and Chapman's:: Razor Strops; receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special more often than among those who are thought to nothing heard but the angry shouts, and the 1 .

, lag his best excrliir.is( for their commands.! Klorant Port Folios, for ladies; agreement for funds at maturity with advices of be rude borderers ; but they heard sobs and they i I groans()the wounded and dying. In afew minI -i
JAS. B. STARR, Water street. knew that the heart of the collected J j
: 5'tecl( 1 Pens and Pen Holders ; responsibility of drawers. usually :- r. ues: tEe borderers were victorious.

, Apalarmcola, Oct. 1st, !, H44. o" 3tTailoring. Fine Gold Ditnond; Pointed Pens; FOWLE, DE COIN & CO., Stuart must be fearfully agitated. I, Leper had been the first to enter the field.-

f ------ ----- Red, IJlack, Blue and Indelible Inks ; mar30 Gin 7S Pearl street. :My friends," said he,at length" this is;>i 'd, I The instant he fired, flinging down his rifle, he _

Patent: Inkstand*; Fine Letter Paper; I see you know my loss, and are ready to march- I 1 Lped from .his hiding place and rushed to _
TERMS-Ciih Delivrry.fA "
C1- on atul Silver Pencils BUILDINGS with me God bless you. He could say no of her
-J Fall Fashions rcrcil.'td.J Fine Gold) : : ; BLUE STORES"TRIANGLE Mary's side, thinking only safety.
and Winter
J Just Genuine German Cologne, and fine Pcrfurtu & Co. more, for he was choked with emotion. It \V12 well he was prompt. Two stalwart _ _
respectfully
fa THE subscriber '';; for Handkerchiefs, &c. TIios. 111. Doyle Stay back, father," said young Leper, using dashed at her with swinging tomahawk,
t 2; informs the Citizens of ApaUciu- SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS, for the first time a name which in that moment of savages
,4'1
.
Mirrors
Rear's Oils: Toilette ; but the knife.of Leper found the heart of one; _
., : cola, and its vicinity, that he ESTABLISHMENT has: Fine Cloth*, Hair and Tooth Brushes; i Oi. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee, desolation carried sweet comfort to the parent'sheart and the other fell stunned by a blow from the _
: removed his TAILORING and at No. 20 Natchez street, cannot bear the fatigues as well as
Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs; I you but end of his father's rifle, who followed his intended -
fr : to the new Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders; i N. ORLEANS. me-death only will prevent us from bringing son-in-law a step or two behind. A se-'
Simmons,corner "
) \ Li building ofCapt. Morocco Pocket Books ; Tweezers; back Mary. cond's delay would have been too late.
'i\1 of Centre and Commerce street, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL- I know it-I know it son-but I cannotstay
Ladies' Fine Feather Fans; err: my Fortunately,none of the assailants were killed, _
. 1 ,, and is now prepared, on reason- Feather Du>ters ; Key Rings; ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and here in suspense. No, I will go with you.I though several were seriously wounded. The
_'ls U ., able! terms-to execute all orders &c.Vill constantly on have the of !"
:- Violin and Violin Strings ; Window Glass, keep today strength a dozen men suddenness of the attack may be accounted for
----- in his line of business,in the latest of the above as follows : The fathers who there nodded in assent __
Sewing & Knitting Needles, &c., &c. hand, a good assortment, were the comparative immunity which they enjoyed.- .

'diot fashionable styles, and warranted to tit.i Also, a cood supply of single and double bar- WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; and nothing further was said, but immediatelythe How shall we descride the gratitude and joy _
attended
i X.B. ( to.
, -Boys Garment JAS.particularly C. COLEIAlpalachicolaOrt. \. reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which he White.and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red; party, as if by one impulse set forth. with which the father kissed his rescued chili ;

tf offers cheap for Cash. Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black; There was no difficulty in finding the trail of dren ? How shall we tell the rapture with which

-.:\ 1st, 1S1 1. o7 Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1814. VMf. Chrome Green and Saxon flo; the Indians, along which the pursuers advanced Leper clasped his affianced bride to his bosom? ;
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; To- -the American Bar. I Spanish and French Brown; Blue- iiiack; with a speed incredible to those unused to forest We feel our incapacity for the task, and drop a _

putting to Press L. '\Y. Sprsitt, Green and Blue Verditter; life, and the result of long and severe discipline.But veil over emotions too holy for exposure. Hut
THE undersigned contemplates & COUNSELLOR AT.LA\V. do rapid as their march was, hour after hour
. the first volume oft ATTORNEY Chrome Yellow and Orange ; many a stout borderer wept at the sight.
ensuing Spring, WILL for the future reside:: in this city. All FINE COLORS:Ultamarine and Cobalt; elapsed without any signs of savages, though evidence -

"SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE ') hive committed legal business to his Lake and Crimson do; that they passed the route awhile beforewas
1 of will please address Lallow TfJ"omanThe character of a pure and vitu-
AMERICAN BAR. care while a resident Qutncy, Blue Indian Red; continually met. The sun rose high above
. My brethren throughout the United States are him at this place. He will continue a regular Drop do. and Antwerp English; do; the heavens until he stood above the tree tops, ous female is too tender and delicate to be handled i

1 Rested to aid me with contributions from their attendance upon the courts of Jackson and Chinese Vermillion; Umbre then he began slowly to decline, and at length his roughly. Like the dew-drop that sparkles on
the Court of Appeals at Brown Turkery ; rude blast is j
counties and Vandyke ; the first
theSCe.'ie" Gadsdens the bosom of the rose-bud,
ect particularly do slant beams could the forest
? States York
re locating scarcely penetrate ;
Brown; ;
Tallahassee. Terra de Seinna; Purple then, it should be _
Surely,
it
or Anecdote" in the proper County or Water street.Apalachicola & yet there was no of the Indians, and apt to sweep away. '
j OiFice. over\%?. A. Wood's,:No. 23 Crocus Martis; Mineral Green; ; appearance her who now ,
by
v1tnct. As the contributions will be very num- the hearts of the began to despond. Al- regarded with a pious care pos-
Jan. 8, 18ti.Wiii. Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c. : pursuers be sullied by the foul _
I should never
it and
tfoolland the far North and the that a sesses ,
many of them from BRUSHES-Linseed Oil ; Do. boiled; ready opinion was growing general
OILS & I who would
r West, I must request my friends to pay the post- Sydney Green, M. D. Oil; 'If I further advance was useless, for the boundaries of taint ofwitheringcalumny. The man _
1 He oa: them. I shall be aided in this amusing and D R. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres- Spirit Turpentine; No.Sperm 1 to 6,000,000; C' the settlers district had long been passed; they cast a deadly blight on the reputation of an innocent *
from
J sin his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure Paint Brushes and unsuspecting woman, by direct accussa- : _
Resting work by some of the oldest and most ; were in the very heart of the savages country;
endeavor( to ren- Varnish do. of all sizes; is vile and heartless
innuendoes, a
them that it shall be his constant tions cunning
Anguished Bar. and this time the Indians had probably reached or
Members of the Sourher.n Hair by
I der himself more useful in his profession. Sash Tools from No. I to 8; Badger ; wretch, unfit for the companionship of his -
r & All communications must be directed to Offica on Cf>ntrp. near Water street. dec2o_ Artists' Sable Filchers flat and round; their village. Yet, when the older men, who -
:
tie: alone would venture to a return lookedat species.
Pensacola, Florida. of all sizes suggest
Brussels do Blinders ; of the
IUCIIARD ROE. Ligon & Owens, ; and 1J in long the father or at the intended son-in-law, young The sympathy woman is one crowning _
l Pencils 1J
Sable Camel Hair :
This is
& of her nature.
LAW the'golden -
excellencies
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT they could not utter the word which would '. _
feasacola, July 1st, IS 14. Stock and Kalsomine Brushes; Leper, that unites her with loftier intelligence -
{ will Abbeville and Ala. to two almost breaking hearts andso chain
& Editors favorable to the undertaking Troy Marking Brushes,round and flat; carry despair with the himself. How brilliantly -
and Deity
Circuit
Aeae practice in the County and the march was continued. But night drew on, *,
: copy. _ _ WILL ,Pike, ruLing and Shoe brushes; does this amiable quality shine in the hour of '
----- of thecounties Montgomery do and of the elders spoke:
. Stained and Patent ; one
sicknessand
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, &c. Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing the Sl-fakers, Mahogany, do There seems to be no hope," he said, stopping sorrow and anguish-by the pillow of
r Whitewash and Mop ; death. Then indeed does woman seem like :
100 White Lead of Alabama. rifle and _
kegs ; eighth Judicial Circuit of the State brushes and resting his on the ground we '
r) bbls Linseed Oil 5 do 0 ]Dusting, Fancy and Shaving ; a guardian angel sent from a higher and loftier
; Lamp; WOODSON L. LIGON, are far from our families. What would becomeof _ _
I;.') boxs Glass assorted sizes Ala. Fancy Feater Dusters; sphere, to cheer our moments despondence and -
; Abbeville, Henry co., white Coach do the village if attacked in our absence ? :
- If)) Ibs Verde ris; Paint Brushes; HASTINGS E. OWENS, VARNISHES:-Copal, Furniture; do ; This was a question that went to every heart, distress, to smooth our otherwise rugged passage

Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &.c. Troy, Pike co., Ala. Cabinet Polishing and ; and by one consent the party stopped, and many, to the tomb, and to prepare the departing spiritfor
Mastic for Pictures, .&c. world of woe. Who
this
Just received, and for sale by -Refers to- boxs assorted sizes of especially of the older ones, took a step or two a happy exit from
WINDOW GLASS--2,300 with impious hands,to withdraw
then will endeavor
B. S. HAWLEY, homewards. father and young ,
The
Col. A McAllister, JHenrycoAla. and American. involuntary she destined .to, -
French English was
her from the position
J:! cor. Chestnut Commerce stcctsPORK. each in'mute despair.
looked at other
G A J McAllister, colors for Steam Boats, Leper
?n. Paints of all the of her character,andto
03Mixed
(!: ,to mar symmetry
Reiser AUGeri'I. You right Jenkins," said the young man, occupy
: Rli1E .-12 bbls. Prime Pork,just reCfn'ed Ilon'le. Jas E Montgomery Shipping and Plantation use; together with a are faraway plunge her into the turbid waters of crime-a'
Dill Fort Games, Ga. at len th. "It is selfish inns to lead you so : .
John line, too numerous
and for sale byDODGE variety of articles in the Painting instant he loathing to herself and a nuicancc to cciety.
& GARDNER.tjl& Messrs. Chester & McGriff, Apal'a. Fa. to mention. jyJ* ly from home on'J-and here for an
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COI111ERCIAL ADVERTISE Il!! \Vc find the following in the St. Louis Republican p, EUROPEAN AFFAIIIS. Ea'"from Rio Janeiro-Outrage oath 6-
reversal of the judgment in the case of lean Pla.l11'Immcal& t.1111&

:- \ ) and his consequent release from prison to the British Vend .i andOttel.I C
I All AL AOmOOLA SATURDAY, OCT.. 19, 1844. We learn by the officers and.passengers of the :: with his associates, have no doubt as Rro-Arrival of Captain D 1l1II4 .
steamer Osprey that Governor Ford and his troops DK JANEIRO, August l '
the British Gov-
the people of England, ii
iI : ( :yT) e Post Matters of the several counties have readied Carthage. The purpose of the Go- At and all Europe, but it is a matter of no To Sm the Journal I Commcrdo, RU Jal&J.t.:.. fl J
I 'I' throughout the Territory, will oblige us by forwarding vernor in. ordering out the troops seems to be a determination Peace of this hope that one of your columns ,
j I to bring the murderers of Joe and to the people country. Attach open for the article hereunder Will
as soon as possible after the Election, Hiram to trial. The troops are under the command (ton of his countrymen here are to him and to his seen by the whole world. inserting which ,ll c

\ the returns of their counties ; and In so doing of Gen. J. J. Ilardin, subject of course, to (yConncll they were perfectly satisfied that when will oblige, not only By a
I they will confer a favor which inbe duly reciprocated the direction of the Governor. The reason as- The fast was submitted to the Court of ultimate the American nation. your humble semi!,\\M V

I for as soon a! we receive the same, siged by the Governor's friends for ordering out E. the Law Lords would at once vote t
we will send to each a copy of our paper containing the troops in the first instance was a wolfe hunt," Capt. J. : reversal of the judgment. Accustomed Your most obedient. j:

the complete returns. advertised by a portion of the people of Hancock. inst., from : are here to look at a simple legal question 1'. C. Du l\S : S

.? 4ddressCom'l Adv'r Office.ApalachicolaFla.. county! to come ofT on the 2Gth and 27th instant. thirteen and I true light, and without political bias no one On the t
( This hunt, it was believed by the was a seCOnd day of June, at 1 o'cI\ck
Governori doubt that the refusal of the Court P
allow t
: to severe gales to the English man-of-war .r
f : pretext to get the people a! len I brig Alert. was 1 r .; ,
I Mormons Nauvoo to the array, vitiated and rendered anchor five milts to '
make an attack upon the at or off Gabill a, tier bo at
I r ELECTIONS.MARYLAND. some other Mormon settlement trern all we can sage.The void" the whole proceedings and that rio, lulI-ide, manned by two officers, one a ear: r
I t learn, we suppose the wolf hunt" was abandoned be allowed to proceed when objections four negro stilor, (called Crewmen ) Tb' \'
The following i is the full returns n
after the orders of the Governor were 's ';ed. ues in a most made to the jury list. The challenge tain ot the/ lert, :Ir. Bojanq.iet (afterlS r t
from all the counties of the State, which give The Governor was at Cartha c. Writs were issued jury is the highest prerogative, and} indeed that' the brig was the Cyrus of New Orleans Idb

r ; Thos G. Pratt the whig candidate for Governor, and placed in the hands of the sheriff for the very safety, to the accl1sed,and the Irish judg visited once 'by! him bv force, to save himself I
C. Sharp editor of the Warsaw districts,- !trouble to yi-it
Thomas
of el
v
: arrest my :: twice, and at
32,962; Carroll, (dem.) 32.tlS'hi:; majority Signal and for Col.! Williams, of the same place have not have permitted the trial proceed) time asked him who he was, and to show the allltr

1 ,t 544. The Senate stands 15 whiis and 0 demo- both charged with participating in the murder of the circumstances of the case. It is at all power from my government to visit me ) g-T* led

crats; the House 61 whigs and 21 democate. Whig the Smiths. The sheriff came \Varsaw and attempted some honorable to the Supreme Judges and the putting his Jundon 1 hisI f flag r -"Thistefu" ,

joint ballot 49 votes. to arrest Sharp, bat he refused to surren. creases of Lords, that no political foiling was al- am ;" and said to me "[ will( ( ont ,t
I majority on der himself, and in this resolution was sustainedby which to interpose any obstacles to the reversal of Hwl you will. !(-f'." "Y"ry11, sir; a protLf' I Ihe

'Jf lf.USE.Th representatives elect now stand the people Warsaw.. The sherilT returned ; Some of the points in O'Conr.eir.s uade! for xiolahnsr: the treaty." The tnoh1. ;
I II and reported his inability to arrest him when three market has be deck! with his t
78 democrats 50 whig Many towns have yetI to Gov. Dorr, and] we hope the got on oificers and crew, h
I hundred of the troops were ordered to march to I gover- dert-d his to
hatches
I : men open fore '
my
I t failed to make a choice-but can keep on balloting Warsaw. The troops had not arrived at Warsaw value. of Rhode Island will look seriously at the down hini.ifwiiti his and and l!!f.scr.t f.? 1

; till September, 1345.DETAWAHK. before the Osprey left, but Sharp and Williamshad The. set them by the British: Goverment.\ on deck! after hi's found that the company ve-"f' had ca'

: escaped to the Missouri side of the river, and, in Ireland. O'Connell released. And! what follows ? but water balfosf, (untiring eIe! ,) then net.
,. The to
1 democrats h \'. contrary cam"v" T
I k we presume, will not be taken. became what we predicted more titan six months wards me arid said in a rough n-anner-"I ,' '
expectation, carried this State at the primary election versed the .'/ compromise with thepfupleof Irr/and ; -e: your pap r";." My an..Wf'r WIiS In the\Va t I

for Inspectors of the State. Sns.ex county. HOKRIRLE ACCIDENT AND LOSS OP LIFE O\ THE tense. Great nf the Irish Par/inent tint'tr ( ""- tHlfince.. vheu a luall like YOII!, tde$ '

J I in which a whig maiority was expected I, I ha given HAKLKM: RAILWAY.-Yesterday afternoon, (frays town pier. : limitation; !!; a guarantee to sui>iin l!,. litH'.rly to !illll,1P on l board f al American tte:

the democrats, in consequence, it i: said of a the X. Y. True Sun of the 1st inst.) as the train of clock ; same of the three kingiom.it union of liberal :H1 drtint;; the cabin the .c tbt ttlll;,:rs'al:! v.iv'rii iU lIj.t'mn;} hip; h'ltdel, w'Ithout, a."t'

1 cfivision among the whigs on local questions. The cars was passing 50th street, the axle of one of the white flags, ; a change ministers, FUrl some con jug a word to in- and brides that, I mist sS";

Tesnlt in the State is as follows: Xp.wcatlt'c011llf\', mon-ter cars, recently introduced, broke with a House of position for Daniel CTComirU, such a? von my pjp-r--pfen-'e f. tell me who yoa are'!
U smash and turned 23 feet high. hurried -the be n-i/ling to accept and the Kn!H"!' Von are not m uniform : any pirate can cornel
*73: majority for the whig*, and Kent 27 do., making over a precipice
throughout iciflinsfto confer. This we believe will an anchor like your brig, arid send a boat
S in all 200, to a democratic majority of 231 in The car was full of passengers at the tin,,J e, all cf Richmond result, and we congratulate the friends of English Hag, a you do. Plea-v show m-a\\"lIh "

I Sussex county. Democratic majority i1.I whom were more or less hurt, 'and one so badly I a crowd of in this country upon the successful i issue er to vi.-it me-then., on the pot\ I wIll}|h"oi. 11'1 y;;
I injured that he died in half an hour. Another had borne the t struggle. my papers." He s- td."I i hI\- It. tut
GF.ORfu.-Return have been received from '
1
his leg fractured, and will most likely have to 1'at it was this steamer we have: also the ithlcn'e: ho'anl.; "Well" en nnrl c*'t iI"' .,lv w ,
-. piity-six counties, which give the whigs 923 ma- good enough. I(-.Ii>i.l th it i ui JI', i. ,
jority-in the same counties in 1843: thar majority sufler amputation.; The others escaped with severe it been in an Emperor of Morocco !11a, accfhd t t./ the !believe! him-their .igarn iia.k-.! t I r nYou '.' ,
t: contus ons. It is high time some measures were sociation proposed by Franco, and that jvuce was Ie frh: II net see them \VdJ. if \.u df ;
was 1,103.: Democratic gain, so far, 2,189.-
sures for ( What those terms are not : ow me I will take be
taken for the protection of the public who arc com ; we an- your papers Y0l1 to a prtf!
The delegation to Congress i is supposed to stand resolved! to but presume they relate t" th<> \with and from this moment I take charge of th? bi.J
travel this railroad.
F four to four, viz: Poe, Stevens, Toombs and King, pelled to on cession. 1 of the Moorish troops fromJ !i.ro, and My answer was-" tJ8 long as that tlag ti heist,

whigs: Harralson. Lumnkin. Cobb and Jones. The United States the Although that no hostile( lerr.on.trat'.rt- -htlJ} : he and my pa.i;ron! board slMll be the captant! !
By weekly
Treasury.
democrats.PENNSYLVANIA.. Friday hereafter against France. What !honor i i-, lily own hip ; or, if youviA\ to take ch-me Ii
i statement from the Treasury, under date of Sept- !her_ you nut send fWmorcr force, or onI'rYiJtr-
not to be our little republic in reference tot! ?
;I is\var
i1 'i .-The returns from this State br:',' to alongside to fire into rn*% or.ti! I
are 23, appears that the amount of money in the i that it might r.ll the Christian powers o.i; earth! .su'jnut-' k iIlN!, holding! the ensign halliards tn
my t h3n .'t
not sufficient to show the result of the election ; Treasury subject to draft on that day was $12- day morning the regencies of D..dl ry and (:):rrlY101(1! l During)! the conversation I held toy log bonk ini

)t ;\i t but it is thought that Shunk, the democratic candidate 509,422) ; and the amount of drafts heretofore son. saw Christians: carried into ![.I\! -, rv, the l left hand ; then thinking wo.ilrf hn" mY13;; f. '.

:q is elected by a small majority. his States sent her little madron! n,,-Irr i're- quicker, he said to me-'' the reason why !
,M drawn and not yet payed, but subject to payment, 1 Ho ,* cannothow me the papers is because YOTl'
\' WISCONSIN anxious !. (, Hull cr ,Dccltl1r, ;a'ul h'-rs; haft
TERRITORY. the .
.1 election on then $1,109,182 ; making the whole actual deposite late, he { I the Tripolitans: puriislu-d' I the I .\1:;t'rmcs, told your vessel-T was told so." It 13 nottnt- '
23rd September, for members of the 1 legislature, i if t 111.d l w.ts o\d\ I would not have: theme
;, back ii the Trilnte arid released the {'huslia.i :>
$13,373,291. Of this sum, the following Banks was (iI
f-\n\ I I ig ui'. nor my crew would! be on board
in Milwaukee county, the democrats carried the have on deposited the amount stated: repeal cap. i Urulaml: uf: .rwird., nidcr L cd; E\- \ it> ii : ? ;":..tt'Iie coiiM not uceeedinanywr.DOf.t"Ix.d

4 three members of the council, and the six repre.eentatlves multitude. re.vl a serious lesson to the Do.. aid h h" rh"n .-.'Ii.1'li.!, r f'.x-ll( go in r fhn! etbm
by three hundred majority. Merchants Bank, Boston .. .$1,939,11629 tered his and her armies subdued! the ki.i/dorn, m.iSUT'J nil! n-v-r."' Immediately I placed ai k
Bank of Commerce N York .. .t>
.1,950,153
,... balcony and ({l the Givor'iuent! and brought! tu* F.m- Anvrifin ;:!.i.g h!;iV-r" tips 'ibin doer which 1r g
America
1 THE V"WE1tT.Y.-This well-known and po- Am.Bank Exchange Bank, cc ..1,197.19256.l(577.932f 0J7 ".ith-This ( of Morocco to terms. These results! fol lie M ir:iu by rnysdf, the mate and two of my am
; 4 pitlar establishment dous the lend taken this And I obvpd to him thi he could not "st
by
re-opens on Monday next, under Merchants Rank, .IOJ,56 country. ? n
,1t its former enterprising manager?, Mesrs.Itaimond Philadelphia Rank,.. .. . 917,12)73 ever desired ; from Turkey shews that all these to thg.I the" cabin His wtiout! lat>hngon"it tiieLnitedSiar made

& Scott. It has undergone thorough Baltimore Rank, Md.. ... .. .. 630,239 :35 stalment of are not unfelt aino-ig! the Mussulmen, him answer" WHS no < 2eertce '
a : to and iv- u-taiitly ru.hi-d J into th.
rcpair-and there will he attached to it a Heading Bank of the Metropolis, I n." C.,.. C322S7; 90 wicked and( finally they will have to yield tr the ex- bin, followed by KH oSfi'i! ir anj a nr.roltt,
Washington bo)
Bank :
; 160,773 foul accumulating power of the Christian trampled the flag! under their ftt in ,
t Room Billiard Room and rrPFf'1 '
a Bowling Saloon.
a These are handsome little sums for the Banksto ; conspiracy : and submit to a partition of the ter- my crew. Then I said. ** !Jov:. r.nr t tlistecl }: i ll .

Those wishing to partake of a good lunch, together have the use of, without a fraction of interest. the con \ now ocupied by the Commander of the -it will 'fI r dearto the Knsi, >!h ntinn! !" TIn
I 1 with the ET C.CTERAS will do well to call Monday all!! came !,. .' and the ; ', : 'H; ,
on blessed be The British!1 Government II.H: : Tried on ( ( \ .p :--1 r | in(" tn f
How much better it would be for the U. S. Gov- '
him have log bf Ok. \[ ,._'"
at It o'clock. been attained ; important point with the Sultan nud} that: my ari-.r \ _,tier
erment to buy up its own stock with this surplus, it, be free." the prictico: putting a Mnsvil.Mai and a- IIt; ?a> T End a drop IIf !l i.tr-i In pt
Revenues of the Porln of J\ciy York and veins no Uriii.-h s.jb'ect; ; would take i; ; '
1 and thus save the country the interest now being th tor turning: Christian. Thu roi'f.n: is ." way rnme.
'Th-n hL-objcr
that he
had
I Boston.The sum total of revenue collected at paid on so much of our national debt? The inter- The war i (: and converts from Isi.nursrn to IT to obtain; i it by t )rcat, the samt'me; "tr.epu.if cr-

J t ;' t Boston from the 1st of October, 1.311, to Septem- est on twelve millions, at five per cent, is six end. The tv are numcuHere ;.s a ru-vv I aelil dered. on- ci: h'is: negroes t) take! t'u bank h*
to the Ciiri.-tiin Mis-sionary. Tlie! T\a- lull'. .hodH! "** orderyiven him.
( to
the he I.t
ber 30th, 1S4, (one ) was $.),S<; 1,390 90. power .A
year
hundred thousand dollars This interest
); : per annum telegraphic pawepeu to be crumbling In fiieccs.: back, t'M-iiiii ; tlit-: n-g.o, r.r.tl calred on Tnr nts
: i. The revenue collected in New York for the Is now lost to the people, while a few weal- (Joinville English Govemr.cnt h.is assiirl lt-si.: :;!, and crew toast; me and to arm themseh"sra

month of September, 15U, was $-2,4SOSO< 70. thy Bankers are putting it into their own pockets. that ( after English agents shall nor -err..! am: harHl"'pi\3! arid knives i and be ready to stmike,II {

b f, .II Thus it will be seen that in a single month nearly Injustice to the Secretary of the Treasury, we The : .*or bthe provision to of the mountaineers of the e the.t-e BritiIi the Hriti-h crptain eHieer tnrn't'd:1'\"e p'le a[ ,new and nflJ with r.tIe 1tth TCIet

\ I F half the annual sum received at the Boston Custom should state that he has no power to invest the peace. The -, J way Constantinople.: of a coward, 'aid to me: "Captain, stop yO'

I 'I .1 V\ House is collected at the port of New York. surplus in his hands in United States Stocks, Congress The new his L'A ( at a HtcldinflrrifT e of tie niijn;-" I then don'r nothing wish to took see pl any"ce"blood He s-hed wanted or bjtciery ton.

t I .s\' The comparison: we have: made would, we pre- having refused to grant him such power.If nrtcd and Bntlf roonil!-Mr. \V. ,\. Ri\cs, of(Wiil- into the cabin It make a second .'arch. I ot.

fitlme,be borne out by the average receipts at both we are losing nearh a million annually, it i is, ring the day Alabama, having recently won the served to !"him tat: m. };IKT-J| were on boarda:
of hamlsoine trunk and t lionvd(
\ established, a young lady rep-idinir in I my him the kpIll' .
1 I i points for the last five year not his fault, hut the fault of Congres-s. Orders to ; Miss Sarah Tait,\daughter ,Capt. Let me hi-> ri-! 'k .Tl. or I shall! r.tka it bvforc*"
I Tait the :\Iv pn wer way, '' Have VOlt t forgotten what toci
island necessary arrangements were com
The late Mr. Evans was pronounced crazy Twenty-four of the Banks of Massichusetts, \ for their union and he proceed to her: place for tl" lOihobI'tbr; ( 1 l)o von wish to bs

because he said that the child was born who whose capitals amount to $17,000,000, have just; noD This!. to have the marriage ceremony perfcmn- gin ng: tn !" Xhei/' h? said, "i will go wtlf!
I cabin and have trunk! broken "
I would see the distance between Philadelphia and declared dividends amounting to $lSOOO The ably received to celebrate their nuptials in a becorn.inir him i0 an ;-v--r.:yo-ir Hent; hs: tTtcers open.and ancf Igaw

I Boston travelled in twenty-four hours. On Saturday lowest dividend (semi-annual) is Washington, received in ; but on arriving at .Car Tails[ d\ filing, to a.-t. I t'i'1ved! them with my mate. Titr.
I last the blc chance of \ and his friends were met near: the: door broke tbo trunk arid took the piper out of il
Philadelphia Gazette Livingston
says 2 cent, and the highest Suffolk, 4 per cent. Dr. obsrve4j
per tries. Captain'ssnn, Charles Tait, who tool;;: to the oiTlcer that I had money in ffj
I Jt Co. left at our office a newspaper, The amount of the present six months exceeds the \' aside t fur a private interview, whi' the! trink a irnKI w.itch. etc He made no'atuwer,

r which they had brought from Boston in twenty..! previous term by$' 1rju. England i -, of the latter went i into the house. Young: and w,, ail ven:' on deck.: He handed the pa? : !
I. flounce that tr> hi. rai'f.iin. 1 then toM? hint '*
t Now
t'' three hours and ten minute immediately commenced assaulting Mr. you a.s'lfl..il'd
(tween us and i \7ith \'I irhof: ri' with a cane, arrl 0:1; the litter '
1 i $3Those: who live beyond their incomes, in : defending
I !
Tahati inypiper.-- wi-i to ail to-morrow" "X,
; Reported Flight of the Governor of Arkansas ; r. drew a revolving pistol: and slv.-t Mr.
i dress and equippage, resemble a town on tire, (the wounded} ( sir. I wtil keep ,}i.ri with "w. and! pocket tifo.
J Gone to Texas with all hit through the lower part .,f the snhit(.iI.- arid "
property.The which shines by that whic'i it. Mr. Prichard i : go otr. t.e.1..i.1: r,> him As Ion; as ff?
destroys
.4 } ; ( .TPi ilel'it} i i* supposed tt'> tlie E.Nt'm; tak.o from
I Arkansas Times and Advocate, of the 10th( September and the I''PI'T are away me, I shall have <10
The imfortunato man was t.iV.u i.o i ; the leuve my"t -: -|.'"-aud, ih'Tenpon. me and ffT
states that it was rumored that Governor $3- The Governor of Mississippi; ]lias offered censured, but and died! 0:1 the lollowit'tMii( i 1 iy : :lit-i i i r-rew abandoned JIT ; lra\in every thing on boaSitruiik.i

_ Conway, of that State, has sloped for Texi?. carrying reward of &300)( for the arre-it of Benjamin V. This triode i ( bride; showing her l love i's-r him !>v ;ii ; lag iu-truinenf, cnron.nIeer, cVc
.1. ble to j .
many } P. (\ D11IA5.UMITKI
j 1; all his negroes with him ; the same negroes Wood the murderer of Solomon Lombard.! of Dover; ) : ;'riage corernony piM'tbirned-\ :lI't er viie( STATES CoN,q '.\TP., fiol.Jsnem.

ci 1zI..U: t which the United States Government had bvicd would regard orcl1rocnce'dat\ d above .:uilsmir F, the und: r-igned.i (\iul (,f the T'mrpdS t.ir: "

- } upon to secure a judgment upwards of $}-3,00':). {CO- The amount of Trc:1 l1rv. Notes out .tan lin; ofa trumpery i their deep aillict ion, and ministriu; to hereby certuV the s-igatftire i ;o the foregoing dec i.

-' on the 1 1st inst. it i is officially stated, was l, JGO, definitely his dying. moments as his wife ment: to b( ? tlir.t of P. C. D-imas! late master t :
appropriated to pay volunteers in 1S3G, but which the _\m IicaI brig ( '\"fil:, ot'Xew Orleans.
the Governor had applied to his own purposes. 7J7 17. of England, Steam'cwy' of (inat Britain.-In Sep- ( ;liven uh.ier my hand and seal of otiice, ihisii:

___ I- in company i [ISH 1 tlier- were fo steam vestx-is of all day of Aujras-t, l.$it.

tTflhi Consul at LitJerpool-'Vc have already mentioned CiThe: packet ship Mediator, from New Marshal ; ( in cO 1mis in. On July 1 ',P, tier! (feal) GEO. \\'). r(-'RIJOS,

Tt II says the Baltimore American, that Judge York for London, took out $!3U,0')0) in specie, 7..0w. / t.!n. In September, 1M lI, then \\ere l.) Con :11 1'nited States.

1 White of and the Havre packet$'li:2,:19. cle gives vessels in ordinary; In July last tliPiew.-re The
F Connecticut, who was President of the intended : 1 !11, Thero wt-reS on the stocks nov.. .A rl; illgtml. and Southiccrtc Riofm- ,

I I Tyler Convention held in this city in :M.iy last, SnnrlnNG A"fROC'Tf.-The New York Sun of leave TI' ( arc being built 2t>. The amount of ;h
has been appointed by President Tyler U. S. Con- the 10th inst says, buck} scoundrel in the town of so as to dl in 1; I 11 and IS I H is as tiloS"i>-Hlvr: 1 Philadelphia have returned truebills againsttif'.lloving :

sal at in Oranse, near ewJIa\'en. Conn., intercepted a midc1aat t i In commission, !..'j-, ; in ordinary' -2.55 ; persons charged with participationn
I' Liverpool the place of Mr. Hazgerty, little boy and girl, the children of a Mr. BeanKley, to hOe at I 1S79. Total here power, 1-'J,71J1.: Ju the Kensington and Southwark. riots and murder

deceased. It is stated that the actual value of on their way home from school, and tying the boy isters who I i II-In commission l.'I.DIl; I in ,!innrv, vi' :-
tbe fees of this office about to a tree, violated the person of the girl), who was M. ; oi : J"h'i! Tagert. fcr the murder cf Ceci?
) are, i : :ImiMinz
17,000 H.rj'5. Tuhllu-rso[
per annum ; only ten years of a-I'. lie then endeavored to ; po-.v.-r, : ;i-, ShiilKr. -
and the commercial credit and facilities which make them take arPllicand then left them both and Admiral Tiic! stram"es=eI building are thos :-
Samuel murdrr of Ccrpor31llersrvC.
for the
Yundtrgrift
accompanied it maybe estimated, it is said, at as tied to a tree The; villain had not .been rested I His( \-laie .', SOU) lu rs.i power; Avenger:;; i ti.jO; ); Dra- : Troutman, of the Germantown Blu
at the latest account de \ ); )) ; Vulcan; : (iron,) 3.VJ: i Centaur, 4->) :t
;
much more. It is, therefore the Andrew UcChin for t the murder r-f SergeirJJohn
I most lucrative Baron Fain, :.):1:
ANOTIIKR.: -The Ked Hiver Republican of the ( ) ); Sanins-i'i! i l.'ii); Confiict, 0Daunt-
office in the gift of the Executive.The 11th inst., says, that a negro living on the Calcimine son of the .')()"; DtNporato; :.")U; Nigz'r, I-'O); Ovlin. (to:); Guver, of theGcrmintrwn Blue "

in the parish of Kupides, was committed to secretary to ) -i-Jo': ; K-illdo;, .I'"I; S'r'<:' .l-!-); In- Hrrrv'TfrtMhfy! ((vet a' hne) for participatein

Princeton Ji'ri atl'-'rhis fine ship is jail on the 10h: iint charged with the prepetralion cers and (-) -t'20 I ; Amphion, (am.ii i.lr.\ ) .{I. )'I ; Tri the ;*nrr!(:r .J> ?!>-'ph Rire.Jn'isi S&'
ofa most diabolical \Vhile TIt for the murder of Charles
now moored off the Battery at New York. She outrage. an orphan stay in En :: IIJ); Spitfire, 1 I.'Jf:: ); and six d.-s: ;>.tt<-i bo.iKs, : rerf,
girl, about 14 years of age, who was living with \wll.
be absent
has just taken on board her Mr S. B. Dunham visit relative ( :):) The largest, tho Terrible, I isotu'-tliird I I (IIi III in tllfrmuler
large gun. A series was on a to a of days, and it Peter n'l lvi-i for riot arid participating
be I ranched before I the close of the
:
his about mil
a distant she was accosted pres I-
!j of interesting intended by a of ShiHler.Pleasure .
g experiments to George
test the We
negro, who tried to persuade her to go into the year, the Amphion 3-1, i is in a vorv -
\ I strength and power of this monstrous gun, have woods with him, and on her refusing to do so he wish that ( ( state, as are the Dragon, GLvlintor, fwiil I i is to womenvhit the sin H.. t 19 tth
1 just been seized her and took her there. She resisted himto oneso that i in six weeks )
completed. We understand, says the Sampson, I Inflexible, flower; it ;movlerately enjoyed, it btrwtihV* ;
i i'' N. Y. Express, that much heavier charges have the utmost of her abilhty and] finding tint he vited to \ Trident Vulcan, the six small ttt'satc I fleshes} anl.it impnives} ; if immoderately.withers .;
could not overcome her, and fearing that her cries members of
ariil the !
The
,1 ii been employed than that which resulted so disastrously would be hoard he beat her over the head and onrt during Spitfire. Iiulhlo hsl'r} deteriorates, and destroy_ But the"} .
( to the Peacemaker." shoulders with a hickory stick bruising her in the ; down and will be bunched at the I Id l t ties of domestic life.exercise tl! as they mu.tlinti
;
) '. most time-king manner, until he thought life was [nrtllqlla year. TheSphynv is laid down the ''en I- retirement, and culling forth all the tb.
extinct, and 1 then left h.r and ran awSh was Sarah : her timbers pieparetl anti the frame cf' ot t the fern.ile. are perhaps; as necessary tOh ,
I { In the city of New York, between the l 12th found: s-hqrtly afterwards in a state of insensibility, at \'cnger is beinji cut out. The tirnlicrs rf lull developement of her charm, as the 3U'
:\ JlJneand from which"she recovered and related the above! Sept.lltwc Dauntless Desperate conforming.., .tJ
.
the2S1h September, no less than :3 the Niter and and the shower are to the rose,
facts. A. M.,
I She died th" next day, after suffering a ( are partly prepared, :and in "of
increisjn its.
4 course i beauty, and : fragrance.
3,352 dogs were to death from pre
put the officers
I' by appointed great deal from her wound The neighbors sleep : .
for that turned out immediately and the violence of in vdtf (
purpose by the corporation. apprehended ----- ---- That politenesTwhidi we put on,
t .. negro. they have ..1Th.rFns.Prientfl I Friend- kop the presumingmcl prestimptious at a Pl"ll11i.
l-v?."). Great We dispense with hut ir
may but ditartci'il1 succeed.
I Steam Vessels in the British 4wy.ThcI The good men we rc generally .
people of England do all that in them h1rftet
of the
town, a friend. Ceremonies obtrusiveare C
are the smoke of times happens, that these
I number of steam vessels now in commission in liesto make their king a puppet; and then, with The deepest We lose themsel5t t ,at
more friends by our on such excellent terms with
t their usual requests
the navy England is 80. The number of sailing consistency, detest him if he ijlot the adjacent our refusals. they put down this politeness to the f
-- what thc would very
tntill/1
) make him and if $
him
vessels in commission despise positive the' Heart.-The heart high
4 including cutters and he any } mo.t capabloof lnv oftheir own great met its and P/f
is. aridic-
: other small vessels, is 123. This shows a ratio of time of the that which never loved. Water dow not meeting the coldness of our reserve, with to set

[ Truth can hardly be Republic. on the mountains, nnr VHngoanco in a tdou.s condeceusion familiarity, in order
three steam vessels to every five war vessels of all expected( to adapt herselfto mind. Whoever ; (elf
: the crooked policy, and wily sinuosities of Emulation has found, the measure of 1 us at ease with ourselves. Toa by stan(1Srt1f..
other description, and the proportion of war worldly afiairs; for truth, like light, travels only alt hc'rselfby heart has found that of all others. The things are more amusing, than the rlch th J

steamers Is constantly increasin;. in jtraight. lines. that l she reproach weighs heavy on the heart- underplot, and t the echircisssments. \
may PuMings Chinese Olio. mistake invaihMv; cccasion?.


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-- : -.-- v in one of our civil Printing ofil / \ Obituary. i THIRD REGIMENT RID.\ MILITIA. I ff FJLCTIONNOTICE. Fall----and- ---- .t I
prinhifl; / i Winter Arrangement.:
forth the bright Company .q.-Company Orders.
which is daily leaping Diedi.n this city on the 9th instant after a short f TilE U. S./Mail
from steamer SIREN
,
that1'lSl
i ce <* of the Editorial mind in charactors illness, Mr. IIENIlY QUAXT. The Deceased JL THE members composing this company ELECTION will be held in FRANKLIN I will, leave Apalachicola, every
swift-wind- AN
)l never fade or die. Behold the was a native of England, and came to this country i Tjl are hereby notified and required} to assemble -, Territory of Florida, on Monday the f( '_ TUESDAY and SATURDAY
I: of the Press visiting: every Temple gjlon Saturday next the 26th inst. -
Mercuries at 4 o'clock fourth of
November
He day next for four night at 12 o'clock.
Senators
from which Knowledge but a short time since. was a printer by pro- ). to J
Science c'cryedlfice: !rrul M., in front of the
Apalachicola Exchange
the Western Leaves
Brown's
represent Senatorial District of Flo- Ferry WEDNESDAYand .
and forth fession. Death has marked many a higher victim every
its stores, gathering sending U Li armed and
fan equipped
imPart: as the law dijrects. rida; and for one representative to the SUNDAY evenings S o'clock, and Chat-
: non tot the thousand: of Truth! in each one of but none more esteemed or loved in the sphere The roll will be called five minutes for the County of Franklin. Legislature tahoochee: MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12

I *which is I mortal. There is more to astonish wherein he moved than the lamented subject of after four, and all delinquent* returned to Court The Polls will be held as follows: o'clock, M.

t minJ, telf, much more in one of those: Print- this Display i of kind his Martial. By order ofBENJ.
obituary.
the any was aversion At FORT GADSDEN, under the inspection of VAN VEIGIITEN & SHARPLESS,
the
Offices than in the Catacomb3 of Egypt, the of his :. LUCAS, Lieut. Comd'g. Wm. Robinson Carlton Evans olt
i in" ; great purpose irreproachable life and Ingo Elabv. Contractors.
_
Magi i of the Ea.t, the Sages of Antiquity, or H. F. ABELL, Orderly Scr 't. '
able have been to fulfil! At OLD WOMAN'S DLUFI'under the in-
and seems to every duty, with zeal
oracles: of DdpIJl-thes morning Apalachicola Oct. 19 HH.4. 8200 Itcward
hidden !
the sheets going forth abroad; into the with justice, and with propriety ; exercising inva- _ spection of Chas. Russell, Sam' G. Evans and
evening RUNAWAY
stolen
or two
these THIRD REGIMENT FLORiDA James Selden.At negroes .
. *imilatin mind and jmaking; man the riably the utmost devotion and the inost considerate MILITIA. l.YCrNDA'and" JIM." .
? Lucinda left
\\'orIJ.| :I APALACHICOLA under the -
of his follow man ill spite of distance, kindness to his immediate relation and Company B.-Company Orders. inspection of tt' the '1st! she
: rprjbor to members composing this David G. Raney, Wm. Foster and Anson Hancock. August ; is between 20
Here then in Company
, oi 'lu.\t"iT1'\ or intervcningscas." do ,find ,the others benevolence, charity and good will, with- TilE notified and required to assemble are Given under my hand, this the 25th day of JO years of age, dark complexion, delicate -

- the art preservative the of all arts material, we of earthly out bounds, and with no other than to his approbation. Saturday next, the 20th inst, at 4 o'clock, P. M.on, September, '1844. JAS. F. FARRIOR, made, sway back, small hands and feet, good
!>meat living
",>r'!n%, the} *' ofmindon'r matter.: As a husband, and in the domestic relationsof in front of the Market House, armed and sep30 tde Deputy Clerk. countenance and extremely prood ; she was pur- '
the triumph chased
of L B Randall
I the
living on Upatoie
. jhiiton1'. from his life, he was a pattern good and true and falls equipped as the law directs. The roll will
(>1 1va;; the! fir-t printer? lie gave : he REGIMENTAL ORDERS. !9 miles from Columbus, on the 15th of January
awful haHl! :mid! the thunders and bhckness of as the virtuous fall, most beloved and regretted by called five minutes after four and all delinquents 15 13, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th inst.,

S'l\i: : 1\1t'1.\ 1 iMets of toiie, on which was: printed iho=e who b-t knew him. lie has left an amiable : returned Bv to order Court of Martial. HEAD QUARTERS, !he is a likely young fellow, 20 years of age, and '

| :>'l 1 "!('G >d! The decalogue of all I moral and amicell1ft' with is about t G loot high dark
t"Tp God an interesting child], to P. CULLEN THIRD REDG'T, 1st Brigade, F. M. ) complexion, a little 1
: .'-. I':!\I' ('! \\n\: of man upon man, and upon mourn his untimely death-But God tempers R. A. DOMINGK, Acting 0. S. Captain. Apalachicola, Oct. 12th, IS 14.' 5 knock-kneed ; wore oil a straw hat, white panta-

the! wind to the shorn! lamb.*' loons and cloth coat, and has left his mother and
Companies the
Apalachicola Oct. 19, IS 44. composing Third Regi-
,
hand down to latest THE
; H thwart 1 th shall I father, and brothers
seven and sisters
rr'lf! :
consequently
:\Ir. died] the -- ---- -- First Brigade, Florida Militia ; -
innumerable, milt Q. in full belief of the importance comprising -
f,1' r..r'1t"t tpo-sterity, I to ) we have just grounds for having
vr* W. the believing ( -
WORDIN hav- Counties of Calhoun and Franklin
: .,.:, \ t ; L. FITCH in at Apalachicoh the
f who ]li\'('(\ ('enturip* >mcp ; that he should\ forever its blessed rewards on Saturday, the other I
: men enjoy that
negroes )
,
,r.II'w 1 the Watch and Jewelry business, and under the 16th day of November next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. one Lucy A. Bartee, and i
,;, .,. tt\' n-T! '. :and th' printed) transcript of'thee through the merits; of his llf>li !?rt.er alone in another name and style of {'rrCnVOHDIN," respectfully fully armed and equipped as the law directs, for her Washington Stevenson, has feloniously

",, ."> *', ''! I I've i too full of s-uil to be put i into 1 Hie and better world. !! has l left many friends informs their friends and the public, !. Regimental parade and inspection. inveigled:: stolen, taken and carried off the above

4 --n-'ivit'i. their bodies It wa sa bright !behind, (bcth in England; and in this country, who that they will on or about the 1st of Novambernext ; The Regiment will be formed at hnlf-past) 10 named i negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her sort ,
.i ," fh! .it t author who! i in his dying moments! ... absconded] from the house! of Thos. T Bartee with1whom .
.iu.-tly appreciated and valued the generosity andinugnai'iuiity open their stock of : o'clock on Live Oak treet, in front of the dwelling ,
tt'M'' .;:k if flP' proof of his lastvri .... she and her hu
t :a : ,. *band, John R. Bartee ,
.
of C. G. Holmes the resided -
*' (I f }his character! with his right resting on Chestnut -
f'ron''rt ** ail correct ? "y.-!': many WATCHES JEWELRY : the
:; urf AND (}Washington-on the 24th and Mrs.
,, .. "-., ".. T .hall h:1a complete edition rf 111 inly virues, when living, and wh'o hope to meet : L 1iYft<:TI'R ffIbtc7 : street commissioned, displaying: westwardly.The and non-commissioned. officers Bartt-e on the -J9th! of last; month. She left disgracefully 1 I

,. n:'- ::. / ;': j/b/w. him again hereafter, in the world of spirits andr ;, ;. Consisting of Gold and SilverTatches of each Company attached to said Ilegiment: -, after "reakin.*glasses and every thing I ,I tin

----- n'nf\r -!. W.lLlRlpINTBLLJfiBC .... "..'\.)" ;'J \\ her wer.Ve will dollars for
I rr:. ,: Key, Chains, Broaches, will meet at (the same place 01 Thursday and p pay twenty i
T.'T; (> (:t""cr'lt v r' ('ftl rnr-nnn__-.___2 -. _- ____ "\I Z- + -1"y Rings, Spectacle I Pencils, Studs 1 Friday preceding the Regimental. review at If) I I each. of the above described negroes, delivered to .; I
,' -1 M-clin! 'd. Solemn.sM l<*1!r.il: Sleeve and Collar buttons\ Head ,. j., in Stewart county, Ga.. or lockred in anv iail so .
Ornaments o'clock
A. M. to be drilled and
taught the tac- -
.. .,,, *.. ...1"CT. : .*j',>f.**' ed. on'J"r-!'hp. .,..n 'lf1-. I I I I U | Lockets, Mi n i(ure-Cases, Bracelets, Music-Boxes, tics under supervision of !the Brigade I'spec-: r.t: we gctthernandwill; pay the balance of two r _
'jt. 11 1 fl tJ \t.>'. ] hundred dollars
', *-V s | (1 H-1'- I Purses, Wallets, Knives, Scissors, Razors and (say $lGO( ) for the apprehension of
,.. ',.,' I v'bie; nri; fro'n i itsvi! 1 a,1 '., 1,1 -------- Razor Straps ; Tooth, Nail and Lather Brushes tor.The officers commanding immediately the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will ,
Companiesll
,,\'j!' ; t 1 I the vall'M's arou'id. T'iev: ilfl I'OSIT: OF A1'ALACEIlCOLA..Oct. 19. Snuff'and Tobacco Boxes, Violin Strings, &.c. ; after the Company musters: on the- convict them for negro stealing, as the law directs

,e.i.. r I,'i IM Z aTio'ig its hoary tn---? -s v;'.-nH.; --- --- --- JOHN L. FITCH fourth in such cases made and provided.
( Satnrday in October, make returns of the
P .'!tV, tn'i "Inug: its domes and: ; niinuarct with a AH: HIVED. CHAS. WORDIN.. and JOHN P. BARTEE. .
strength their said
equipments
Steamer Siren companiesto
', d I' i i-ig irl 1.a'\m, and I the dreiry hills are broken Sharpies, from Chattahoochee. Apalachicola, Oct. 19th, IS.tI.! the Adjutant of the "Regiment, at least two THOMAS 0. BARTEE.

":J'I t imses of purile and vermilion! Stewart Co., Ga., Sept. 'Joth 18.1 11. o7 GtMERCHANTS'MAGAZINE
nt' i ,
VESSELS UP & SAILED FOU TIllS TOUT. QCJ: N. B.-Particular attention paid to repairing weeks previous to the Regimental. muster on the
ffVl the !glen below when sl ll>e.t millions ofthe
'il I th. :0\-1 vv'l', MiW YORK. WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY by 16th November next. LT tJNVS : AND
,ifn; ,1. :' gr r1'"ith i :
I
? ; Prs:: :iMralo-x; IVtleil:! sail'd: 21th ult.1'rig C. W. 'Vordin-31l work warranted. olD tf The law will be strictly enforced against all 11 COMMERCIAL REVIEW, Established
,' ,,:r.-iy (,Christ: are sinking: into twsJcles: of l lHI 2Ietamora"hhy.: : wsil'd hot ins delinquents. By order. of July, 1539, by FREEMAN HUNT, Editor and
.
.:rht. Brig Cayn .\, Ueddl saiPd; :}d iiistI t. $200 Reward H. J. FLOYD, Colonel. Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumns of about
Snrh is the hour to view Jerusalem: al on p.teJ .'I'a- '.ri; \V" L Jones, Tyler, cle'd 9ti!i irM.I'ri'j W ; RUNAWAY from the subscriber about WM. II. HUGHES, 500 page each, completed. With the, numberfor _

t under the hade of some ancient tree, memorial \rar.hattan: I Doane, uptostil2i I lh\ I inst.lrig t two years: ago, two negro men, JOHN"(4afil Adjutant 3d He 't, F. :M. July, 1844, commenced the sixth of the
of her past burden of glory and guilt. Then ? Em, iie, Lewis, ip to sail about 15ti! in.:=;;t. year
ALBERT. Albert is about thirty- Apalachicola, Oct. 12, 1841. o4 1m existence of this standard Periodical. It is the /
Bark itolla Giberson with .
eastward: over the far horizon of Moib up despatch.KOSTOV. .... ..
,looking .c- fi of .
and
vc years age, about ;5ft :Sin in height, t only work of the kind in this or any other coun-
:ythe\' (V irt: glowing in the sun's list rays, is thick and heavily built, has a very black skin, T AKE NOTICE.-All-persons are forbid oc- try; and, althoughmainlvdevotedtotjeinterestsand } _
M-mMe ;''i the indelible i impr..' :*irn the
of .
( : A 5-ch 7th with and is a negro of tremendous althetic make. John cupying City Apalachicola, wants of the commercial and business community _
that for its associations: uiu'ipialled ii i1 the! world. up on to meet despatch. is about :5ft) (5in in height, is stout, well made and or ground in its vicinity, belonging to the "APA- it has become an indispensible work of

Oar' snrv-y of Olivet 1, would be incomplete with- H\Ti'I MOaF. muscular his skin is LACHICOLA LAND COMPANY," without
very ; : not black but reference to the Statesman and Political
Econo-
?chr.! II A schroeder, Stafiord, sail'd:: : 1st in<:t. very ,
nut, vi"itii:: cth.nywMch i is, in fictt its eact: rather between that permission.Any _
"of
: a black negro and a dark mist throughout the commercial world. Its
I
Bri T Virgii/ia! Cooper with desp'ii 12th inst4 con-
,
,
fn'r'imi'A'! ;! .> tltp villvj:::;> tl\ \\''ih i .Tc often up mulatto. It is well known to many, that the person occupying !said lots or ground tents embrace every subject connected with Commerce -

retired to vi-qt the hospitiable family of L-iz.i- NEW ()LEAN0. above named without permission, are hereby notified, that the
:
negroes were at work around about and Navigation Agriculture and Manufactures
Schr Cirah to sail 9th instNEWPORT ; -
>
The path: continuefmm the rr.t rf Oli- u. : subscriber is authorized for the sale of the .
rR the vicinity of lola, for some time after the subscriber same, ; Currency and Banking! ; Fire and Marine -
fete and as we loose sight: <>f Jerusalem presents : n. I., left Florida, and they have frequently and if they do not come forward; necessary! steps Insurance ; the Laws and Regulations of
Annavran. Burdick cle'd 2J int.
ui with :a
approach !i'; through the open corn t fields ; the PASSENGER: ; neighborhood, and it is believed that they are pany. ferent Courts of the United States, Great Britain, 4 _
white roofs: at the sequestered village :arc scn still t thereabouts. The above All persons are also, notified not to trespass France
Per steamer Siren-A G Seinnies and lady, Mrs reward of S200, etc.) _
among! groves of olives, which mark nearly the C1; ? Bultxeli and f.imily, Capt II \V'aii Vcighten, will be paid for their apprehension and lodge- upon the lands by cutting Live Oak, Cedar, other It has and will continue to be the aim of the

cvtremitv" of cultivation; before we reach: the soli Capt I II: haley'! Capt "A llbiflsoflIessr: :-; Thos i ment in any jail, or otherwise, so that I get them, timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN, Agent Editor and Proprietor of the Merchants' Maga-

i."iH\ Midpsrt.. TiVn' arcs on th" riht: the Piston, SamH Solufl'-r, J II Hull, \V 11 Long.. :, or $100 for cither of them. .Ipafa. Land Co., zine to avoid every thing of a party, political, or _
r in iin< \* of a building of! the middle air; PoI, and JOHN D. oct7 1m for .1pdPa and its vicinity. sectional bias in the
GRAY. or bearing, conduct of the
11 If' b'.p-i'c' '! hills beyond! the more r\ten iv runs RECEIPTS OF PIIODUCK. .. .. p
.n 1
per JESSE F. POTTSSt. worK- us to me tree ana lair discussion
Per steamer f.3.irell-1() bales cotton to Thomas Clothing, &c. opening pages
if a castle or a convent, overlooking: the Dead Prr.-ton; 11))0< tt lumber toV I[ Thompson; !Z tks Joseph. .... Oct. 14th. 18.1 L 010 1m GOODS !-Just received Caroline of antagonistic doctrines connected: with
per
and the :MOaT mountains. In tho village i ishwn.i --
!$" : corn toV G Poit.'r fc Co; 10) to A LCIenient. FRESH from New York :. the great interests of Commerce, Agriculture,' '
IUa.clisEllithin- : :-
tomb which tradition has selected that .
_._.,
---- Manufacture, and the Currency.
------ -- -- -- -- Over Coats Cassimcre Pants
-- -- ---- Pants
: Jalinet ,
i .I 1711 '\-t. The pilgrim will liuger; :about tint THE subscriber informs The :Merchants'
respectfully is _
No.
; Magazine published at
'inl recalling the l lks tlir'! 'rzb! the! r.e'V authorized Red flannel shirts!, Kersey jackets and pants,
ra announce the citizens Apalachicola: Linen bosom Shirts Calico do 142 Fulton street New York, on the first of each
,
Suspenders
,
corn fiplds, where Jesus plucked the ear; of corny W. C. M. DAVIS, En-., :a* '. : .tc '" and its vicinity, that he has erected Draws and under Shirts, Sattinet; 'Jackets, month, at five dollars per annum, payable in ad- p

the way: side, or imagining the sister of Lizincomi'ig : to represent: Franklin county, in t't: t .- ; .-.-.- f :="-r; on Commerce (in the rear of Sack Coats Woolen Socks and Mitts vance. A few complete sets of the work embracing -

'::1 f''rtb to meet him and conduct him 1 alive i Council, at the ensuing! i ; elect.t i-. :'/J 11.No.. 22 Water) street, a BLACKSMITh'S Fur, cloth and, velvet Caps Children, do. ten semi-annual volumes of about StY pages j
tnthp torn1. of )his friend. Of all fie walkro ;
: SHOP where he is each and
neatly bound be
--- --- --' -- pre- Hats Men and do. substantially can had )
Henry Clay boys
)"l'lI 'Il'm. thi* to Bethany, over I tiip mouMt ofOliv : pared to execute with neatness and sporting at the
;::: despatch, subscription price by applying at the officeas J
Half Hose Silk
olI'1.b; in its recollections.-J'arHltls Jc.Holt ROREIIT J. FLOYD, Esq., as a Caudi- line of business, entrusted to his carePJCHARD Also, a general, &assortment cotton Pocket of STAPLE Hdkfs, and New York, July 1st, 1S44.

"" JI). dale: for the Senate: from the Western Senatorial PARKER. FANCY DRY GOODS. To
Apalachico.a; Oct 10th I IS 1-1 3m the American Bar 1
I District 1 at the ensuing election. iv27 FRANCIS
sep30 KOPMAN. undersigned contemplates Press '
; J7f.? Wo fed < 'i Journal -- ------. THE putting to
nNl" t --
of ( e
sny
; CO-PARTNERSHIP.- ensuing Spring, the first volume of I
Dth of) the ,) : wa siv ; ng icIjardto c arc to an- CHESTER, FARRIOR &
the! :"lea'.tb} of the city. Theuhjfict i i"i Business SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THIl'AMERICAN
McGRIFF is this
flounce: Col. SAMUEL BELLAMY, of Jackson; day dissolved by mutual con- AT APALACHICOLA AND COLUMBUS. BAR."
hllv iminrtvit! and we hav; preferred! generally as a candidate\ for 4hc: : Senate from theVestern sent of the parties. Hugh M. Farrior, is duly brethren t:
have associated 'for My throughout the United Statesare
with the facultv who-sp undersigned the pur- l :
it
,
;leave appropriatedutv
t ii-lrict at the ensuing election. sep'JO: () authorized to :settle:; all the unfinished business!' of THE of transacting a General Agency and requested to aid me with contributions from their !
t it h.<> been V.itned to keep the public! ;ad- said firm. WILLIAM ,
CHESTER, Commission Business. The business will be respective States, locating the
con- particularly .S
actual ition. For time
viselof its ': cOfl some pa-f, M. .
HUGH FARRIOR
Wrwr, ti).' Board Health has undo im report ;:.3T \Ve are authorized to an-* EPHALY McGRIFF. ducted in Apalachicola Fla., by Henry L. Raymond ce.ne" or Anecdot in the proper County orDistrict. I t I

fever and it is known thats-onvi X. LOXlr of Jackson I ; under the firm of RAYMOND & HAR- As the contributions will be very num-" t_ _
ofnsp, of \(>11 ow nouncc Dr. A. as: a Candidate Apalachicola, Oct. 15th: 1844.
o9 '
1m
DIN-in Columbus Geo. Edward J. Hardin erous and of them from the far North and ,
} by many j
pb'<"*is'H: in elenive: practice have declined to ] for the Senate from the Western Senatorial .
ttirnish renortsofcase> undcr! thoir: clurge. deenircit i- District at the enduing election. j jy 27* 1)ERF(J1ARY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c., under the firm of HARDIN & Co. West, I must request my friends to pay the postage f : I I

:: I'lpvttitlientto! doso! i in the ab..r>nse of an epi- ----- .1.. Superior Cologne Water; The advantages offered by this arrangement* to on them. I shall be aided in this amusing and (

filmtr.Ve are no alarmist's: nnd the season '!'9'r We authorized "Lavendcr do. persons at a distance who may have or wish to interesting work by some of the oldest and mostdistinguished _
are an- 11 do. make business in either or both places, will be Members of \ e Sourhern Bar. '
tt h T.di'd fl..t dr.iwn Orange
\vh--nc-fit.'..::i si rmy Mipr! > N t -
\VM.:: '\'-. .1 KELLY, of Escambia readily perceived. ourselves ;gAll communications must be directed to'
:? tn) :\ -\r\ -*.: But hi i..vi j'lg as we tin, that the IIH'11' e Esq., Bay do. Feeling fully competent -
candidate for tlie: Senate from the Western to conduct such business it should be me at Pensacola, Florida."
; this has been'nviiiz ;n-j a Essential Oils, of all kinds a as ,
:"'jl>rtl liealtii: of the city :; sea--oti ;
of sni1ble District at the e-isuing (.'}ectioll. sep.'JO) : Balm of Columbia Hair Dye and intending so td do, we respectfully solicit a RICHARD ROE. j
absence
'' : maiuly to the : ; ;: subjects, ._ ; ;
share of Pensacola: July 1st, 13H.Qd .
-- -- - -- ..
Tooth Brushes
fortified the thr.t the < assorted
annn-nion: by fajfK ca;eswifh ; patronage.flWARD
J. Editors favorable to the undertaking will ,
h \\i' occured have bcen chiui confined to LTI' \V c are authorized to announce Hair do do. IIARDINi _

newt,* iin'iod: to the climate, we :are; con-trained ..' Cloth Brushes ; Combs! ; HENRY L. RAYMOND. please copy.
WAL1CEII ANDERSON: .- cf Es;
\ '1', ; Apalachicola, July :31 alOtf
1814.
asay to our ahsent frien,1.that it will he prudent Playing Cards, French and American Commission Business. ___ __
cambia a= a candidate for the Senate from the ; --- ------
ta wait a little longer: until they heir (Ii one or Western District of Florida. sop2.'lWe : Also, a variety of Fancy Articles, Soaps, &c., C O-I'ARTNEIISI I IP NOTICE[ .-The under- New York, March 12tb ISII.g ..

thorough ftwt", Ei::;.t fatal cases: : of black just received, and for sale: at signed having associated. with i1hem Mr. II. ::>- WITH a knowledge business derived

fnrnit have occured during the lit; week, and we : ::, JOHN JONES'Hair \V. BROOKS, will continue to transact a General from an experience of more than twenty years: in

Hrnof'three others/ under treat ment wit I lnt! 1 hoppof 8)- are authorized to announce Dressing Saloon, Commission, Forwarding, and Shipping Business, Commercial and other business pursuits, and i$ood

favorable i isiie.; It i istrue, tJiegenoral, health JOHN GHENT, of Walton county, as a oct9 3m Centre, near Commerce street. under the firm of NOURSE, STONE & Co. I facilities, the undersigned tender their services, ')4

fl'tllP} rity i is !:nrn Persons who h-n'f' pas r-d nIl: candidate for the Senate from the Western Senatorial UGAllS.-10 hhds Porto Rico and St. Croix NOURSE & STONE. i as COMMISSION :MERCHANTS, for the pur- j _

"rd' !il ()fa; long residence among us ore in little District; at the ensuing: election. a'20 :j Sugars, for sale by B. F. NouRsn, ) chase and sale of"all kinds= of Produce, and Foreign _

'fl1'aTative: ti;atl-'pr.' hnl- thev who' have: been en- --- -- sep30: W A WOOD, 23 Water 8t.COHN.200 H. B. STONE, >Apalachicola, Aug. 1, IS.14. and Domestic Goods. J

intnp <' tnrnerinthiepure and invigorating ntof A Ca rei.or H. W. BROOKS. ) all Their business: will be conducted upon established t

'inher! regions had h:>tf'rntp'ltth'm..1n' ( bushels New Corn, received per and with _
more auspicious principles, a view to prompt re-
1 his
: C. \WORDIN tenders thanks for sale bv New Goods !
\ with a little longer:;; abscnsc.x turn* for all sales effected, and answers to all .
------- I fo the citizens of Apnlachicola and) llhe upcountry sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water *t. TIlE subscriber has just received per brig orders with which they may be favored.
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fresh and fashionable
>, 'Nr '..0P i.,.. r, -Ohervation'owa that (particular Mariauna,) for pat favors, and ])REME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork, just reI !,' of FALL and, a WINTER GOODS assortment Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of .

claw! d.ih'firs .1.\'I.-<] to re-t, during! \\iwh respectfully: ) solicits a continuance the ensuing ceived and for sale byDODGE sisting in follows con- Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on -
as
'''ti*' thl':1: tk' *' l't1.or no pro re?' in growth. & GARDNER, part :- receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special .
the firm of Frrcn & ,\TORDI .-. Gents Calf skin Boots Do fine.
at : : extra
season
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\ t"'f''I'; < -,rrof0f ibis t-jteinfjit wa? oflored by augH!) .10 Water st. agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
ai: ;)f-' in-it, of ti? .. ""xrim of a g('ntl,.'miiti, 1 f'rJSee advertisement. ,' __ Do. Calf sewed water-proof do. ; responsibility of drawers. \ '.
'*Viht'Ti, ill'vniuation kept his GIN.-One pipe Holland Gin, Do. do pegged do do.
r-i'H-il in ;
up ; FOWLE DE COIN & CO. '
Apabchicola: Oct. 1:)tl), 1 1':1: 1 J. al!) 3ts HOLLAND '
:t"f: : ''1''l"'lt th* nisht, and where! this was just:; received by Do. fine Calf sewed Brogans ; mar30 Cm 7S Pearl street. J i '
".(IT- "- ,-,.., ,iiH Tja 1 ;:f>ner }by 'I'r"l! weeks ; Preston DODGE & GARDNER, Mens kip do. ; Do. cows hide Boots ; '

'' -'i, ''I f t' <" \ !ntinformerj: u ih-il the vines 'J'IHlna: 'I sep30 40 Water. st. Do. calf sewed long quartered Shoes; %TM. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large : _
'K,' 'i; '11l"! .> l were nvich wf>af'n"(1.\ Some COMMISSION & FOUWADING( MERCHANT Do. Morocco and seal skin Slippers ; V V and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, k ;'
.'!1K. h\! c.r'1jI animals have bei-n ordained CONslNliN1'-1ndia and Gunny _
Water street stairs. ON Ladies kid Shoes Gaiters &c. consisting ofCloths
Oiucc, No. 32 -up walking ; :-
I." '1"'I'' an-1 th*!?", accordingly' are active only ing; Manihlaand Kentucky Rope, daily Do fluted lawn Bonnetts Cassimeresand Kerseys
*''.' Cerm i ian oclO! fun Apalachicola, Fla.LUMBlCll will besold ;; ;
nightblowin which
'iVhou.:: the ? expected by btig Virginia, and Blankets y''
Do white lace do Sat.inets Flannels
"11'1.'' of tV's sort. Others ih-it tlo'iri'hi and] low by JAS F FARRIOR Neapolitan ; ;

"' .<;n i-irinz: the day, clo!'t- their f1o'rr.aud Ii'\SPECTOlt-The undersigned sep30 33 Water st. Infants Caps; Kid gloves, &c., &c. Foieign and Domestic Prints;

:". ''.' ihurl'-tvc?, rcmnininginactive throuxhi \ be.sppoinlt.J\ Inspector of Lumberfor For sale cheap byFRANCIS Brown Drillings and Irish Linens; .

i '" iiicht MAGAZIXU: OK SCIKXCS.rs : the County Franklin, otters! his services to SOAP & CANDLES. boxes Soap; sf'p30 KOP?-[AK.FANCY Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ;

the nuithc in "that caoacitv, and will attend to all do Sperm- Candles, for sale by AND STAPLE DRY GOOD'S( -Ju::>t Shirtings- ;- -

Invp been i ic2ed J by the Snini-'h: Gov- duties ;appertaining to said appointment. DODGE & GARDNER a Fresh and General \ ; .3tTertt! of Cotton Osnaburgs; liti
and I Forbes street 'p:10: 40 Water st. And every other article in their line adapted p pto
rTflplt to its Consuls: in the United States n id ((0Office: corner Commerce FALL GOODS consisting in part < : n' trade.
the country dec4y,
"\tvhre, dirprJi i; thrin togrant nopa;!suorts to JOHN LUCAS. bbls Northern superfine Flour ; Calicos, Muslins Flannels, Linse.

I'l\"rf'd\! people frrthp lnnd of Cuba, as\ such Apalachicoia, Oct. !;)>, 1541. ol'J tf FLOUR.-50 sale by Silk Cravats, Quilt Shaws, Wors'-I! (>,p3, TAINTS, OILS, OAKUM: &c.-Just received -

'1\1'.1'\11$ are prohih'.t! : d from entering the territory scpSO W A WOOD 23 Water st. Kerseys, Domestics, Canbric H, r per big Caroline E. Platt. (11ti:

ofth-tt ilanl.;\ INFORMATION WANTED.fly person ------.-- Ladies' Kid Gloves, Linens, SPVuc'pv\ ; 5i;I kegs Pure and No. 1, White Lead ;

of one WM. II. HARDY, SALT.-1,200 bnshs Course Salt of a superior Pongee Hdkfs, Black Italian C-rav*.-;. 1200! gals best Lamp Oil ;

,7 Hi,,,!, r"/l r.1tl in Vw'-Tr.e ftritamiaVit : who by trade is a Tin Plate worker-whether just received on consignment.For Ladies' Bonnets, fancy, fluted, 1'eu'.l; li!;!-., &,(. 200 do boiled Linseed Oil ; tJ

!eft Li.pfOl"1. on \ eied': ', 1th ( -',vVr, and dead or :1li.c-will oblige us, by forwarding the sale bv \ With a variety of articles suitable:f' I;,u coming 10 bales Oakum, for sale low by

kt sizhtof: Itfld 1, oVCape! : Clcr' : on FrHiy; follWflr same to this uifice. When last heard from, which [RAYMOND & HARDIN, Season. For sale by sepSO W WOOD. 23 Water st.

: anI doT IhE nest Tridv, Cant. Hpwett, was several years ago, he was at Galena, Illinois. sep30 33 Water st. sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN.flOFFEE.100 -- --
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tn d1he ($}Ga Editors of papers, in the West and SouthWest PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c. 7'
coast of \
: OW1O1flilafl.l-fh11' having; A UHGS.-l0 bales Cotton Odnaburgs, Coffee.
bade will confer favor the above. O bags Rio and Laguira kegs White Lead; .- 1
: the from Atlan- a bv copying
run land to land, nero s the Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by
_) For sale :5 bbls Linseed Oil 5 do
1it by ; Lamp I.
: Oct. l.t J ; _
in one week palachicola, 18 H. W A WOOD, 23 Water st.DRUGS .
'- sepSO sep30 W A"WOOD, 23 Water st. 75; boxs Glass-assorted sixes; "- '

Ifyoli GLASS.20 boxes 8 by 10 Penn- MEDICINES, &c.-The subscriber 100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes; -
t1alon St'e a man> grossly i ignorant and superfi- WINDOW' Window Glass article. opened a irE'shupply of Drugs, RICO SUGAR-10 his superior quality Copel Varnish! Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &r.
superior PORTO
a
('Vr points which you do understand, be not For sale low, by : Medicines, &c. All orders: from the country Rico Sugar for sale by Jmt received, and for sale. bVH. :

"'bll'b ready he to eive credit on the score of character very J STEVENSON & CO., promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY, DODGE & GARDNER: HAWLEY,

nayhivp, atlainrrl: t for any great ability je! cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets: t.p'n: ) -I'l' Water t 'it. 11'1 corChietmint &. "'()tnJnerre' steeti,
tPOtflt. which o'idc not up.lrrtanfl f.rtn 15: Water street. .

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PROSPECTUS OF THE WARM SPRINGS.. UNITED Sl'AJr
LEGAL NOTICES. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,
GEORGIASENTINEL. MERIWETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA.* TYPE & STEREOTYPE

weeks after date I wiU Lpply 1 It THE PROPRIETORS of this watering Cor. Ann& Nassau streets, FOUNDRY
Franklin Superior Court. York t
NOTICE.-Six I published in the City ': Hi;; place, have been induced to open their
Richard H. Judge of the Evening Paper, to THE
t CHAMBERS.
AT Long, undersigned
AN ,.
PfIi'I House for the accommodation of invalids resn
!!!
Robert J. Floyd comp't., 1 County Court of Jackson County for Letters of Savannah, Ga., devoted to Politics, Commerce inform the Oil Patrons?
and others much earlier this season than usual !
I General Intelligence.The
II. L. Agriculture and
j Administration on the estate of William TYPE &
j Jiswold.: I I IN CHANCERY. increasing importance of our flourishing in consequence ofthe many applications that have A STEREOTYPE
Russ late of said countdeceased.. DRY .
Curtis and et al, f formerly known ClhL'
f fif;. j DICKSON. and beautiful: city-the facilities enjoyed in the been made for Board from different parts of the as
\ defendants. JTT J Jt WILLIAMS D.' transmission of the mails-and the absense of an country, by those laboring under various diseases CONNER'S" and more recentl(11
the Court from Bdavit filed in Marianna Oct. 8, IS 14. 14 GwOTICE render "CONNER COOK'S as
$ appearing to a Evening Paper in Savannah-all conspire to such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. all of whichreadJly and the
X this cause that said Lewis Ci rJs and George \ -Six months after date I will apply the proposed publication at least expedient, if not yield to the virtue ofthe water. We have lie in general, that they are prepared to !1

Griswold trustees of the Apa tchicola LandCompany iN to the Hon. Judge of the County Court for' necessary. heretofore held out more inducments to persons orders for PRINTING TYPE PRESSE61 te
and said John M. Berrien and David Whilst the Paper will bear principally a commercial and every other article .
the necessary to form
'J Franklin County, for letters of dismission! on endeavor to make it seeking pleasure to visit these Springs, than to ::::
character shall
t Selden who are defendants in said cause reside estate of John Norton, late of said county, de-- useful and interesting, we to all classes ot the community those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we plete Printing Establishments, on as fa7oh f1''
the limits of this to wit the terms, and of as good a quality
Territory :
beyond ceased. JAMES GREEN Adm'r. by rendering it a disseminator of truth-an say come, and come early, if you wish to be as any other IJ
tablishment es.
of in the United
in the state New
I ifil if-- said Curtis and Griswold Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. a20 Gm advocate of virtue-and censor of vice. In pur- benefited. These Springs have proved a certaincure States.
; i York: and the said Berrien and Selden in the suing the plan determined upon, the following in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. The Type cast at this Establishment is

state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be -Six months after date J shall apply will comprise the leadingfdepartmentsofthe Paper and in no instance have invalids failed to be bene- in style of face, and the material of which it .

t published once a week for the space of four months NOTICE Hon. Judge of the County Court of I which we hope will carry the cheerfulness ot fited who have visited them, for the proof of made, particularly: adapted for service in News.

I i in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the knowledge and the light of truth wherever it is which, we can refer to innumerable certificates, I paper Printing.

: printed in this district before the ensuing term administration on the estate of Sampson Pope, received. some from the most respectable gentlemen in the : {$):;- All kinds of Stereotyping finished to err? 0

t of said Court requiring said defendants and each late of said county deceased. POT.ITICS.-\Ve shall sustain the great and Republican Ken-- State. N.B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the ah?"
and otherwise the SARAH H. POPE Adm'x. doctrines embraced in the Virginia three times, previous to *
November
of them, to answer, ,
appear << next,
.: tuckey Resolutions of 179S- 99, maintained by To those in pursuit pleasure, we will say this wiTH j
bill will be taken confesso: Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3GrnTOTICE.Six entitled to pay in type, on
complainants pro Calhoun and making a bill
offer
Jefferson, Madison, Troup Havne, much that we intend to inducements enoughto or COIJr
.. against them (a copy-teste.) -- -- o1 State Rights-and times the amount of the three insertions.
II t months after date, I will apply other distinguished advocates make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
GEO. F. BALTZELL Clerk. \ Con- JAMES CONNER
10: recently set forth by the Democratic & A.
I more South. We intend to keep a better House than SOV
Apalachicola, May BOth, 1841. fel 4m I'N to the Hon. ,V. G. M. Davis Judge of the vention at Baltimore, in May last-as: forming New York, June 1st, 18.1i.ADVERTISEMENT.. ;PQ
: have and it is said that 3m
r County Court of Franklin county, for letters of what we conceive to be the fundamental principles we ever kept,( we generally --..
Franklin Superior Court. dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.H. of our Govcrment. Thus having for our motto- kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirelynew .
l
AT CHAMBERS. B. STONE Administrator. Free Trade-Low Duties-No DebtSeperationfrom ; our houses have all been repaired, and the W ILLMER & SMITH'S: EURnpp 0

Robert May comp't., ] Apalachicola, May 1G, 1814.J my8 6m Banks-EconomvRetre.'ichment-and. a whole place presents a new and beautiful appear AN TIl\IES.-Dunng the time t fr SiT.

.I'j.,j %s. strict adherence to the Constitution," and placingourself ance. The temperature of the atmosphere is fine, journal has been before the world, the {>prcprieto!
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Curtis and Griswold ct al., }( IN ..CHANCERY.defendants. 7OT1CE.-All persons are forbid from trespassing : upon the broad bias of the" latter,we can invoke the thermometer seldom rising above S*> degrees.Our refer, with pleasure to the praise which it j hat

,A j .L upon lot No. 10, block 3, or from occupying alike "the fidelity"of the Unionist inviolateits and the Baths are in as good order as they can be,and elicited from the press of England, Ireland SCOT
affidavit filed zeal of the Nullifier, in maintaining for the benefit of those who have not paid us land, the United States, Canada and
j appearing to the Court from the same, by authority of any one but the compromises whereby alone our civil and religious ; a the \V 0
E Curtis and visit,we will describe them: they are(G in number Indies, and the encouragement it has
i this cau I r'Lt! George Griswold, trustees: of the Apalachicola sell the same. R. J. MOSES. of our glorious Union perpetuated. each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressingroom from the public of the United States and Canak.

f Land Company and said( John M. Berrien and Apalachicola, Sept. 1st, 1544. slO 1m Our object being to assist in sustaining the great attached to each, and are so arranged as to Three essential features distinguish it from an i!

David Seldea, who are defendants in said cause' -- principles Constitutional Liberty, and in draw- raise the water to any depth required ; our Spring contemporaneous publications.

reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: N OTICE.-All persons are hereby cautioned ing men's minds from worship of their fellows, to affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of First-It contains: a full, correct and comprg L

t t !I the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New against trading for a Promissory Note givenby an acquaintance with the nature of their gover- water per minute; the temperature of the wateris hensive Shipping List, arranged on a plan so pta

r York ; and the said Berrien and Selden, in the me to Samuel Gammon for two hundred and ment, our columns shall be open to the discussionof precisely !)U degrees. The analysis as taken by. and practicable, that he who runs may read! ,

state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be fifty dollars, ($250( 00)) due, I think, the 1st of all political questions of a general nature. be In Dr. J. B. Cotting, State Geologist, is as follows: Persons interested in the Marine of America mat T

I published once a week for the space of four months March, 1815, endorsed by B. S. Hawley. The yielded no case,, permitting however will it the to dignity become of the the vehicle press of Height above the level of the sea, 71KJ; feet- turn in an instant to the information which ttt'v

in the "Commercial Advertise" a newspaper consideration for which said note was given scurrility vulgar personal abuse. quantity one wine pint or 23,875 cubic incws-; seek with the certainty of relying on its truth.

1 1, :j printed in this district before the enduing term having entirely failed, I shall not pay the same Believing the nominees of the Baltimore Con- specific gravity O,998-ditilled: water being 1,000. It thus supercedes Shipping Lists!, and other

of said Court requiring said defendants: ,and each unless compelled by law.NELSON vention, JAMES K. POLK and GEORGE M. DALLAS, GASES-Carbonic acid gas..2 cubic inches.Sulphurate pensive publications from Europe, some of whiciare

of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the HAWLEY.Woodville fully competent to discharge the duties of ;President of Hydrogen,. .... .... ...a troce. six times the price of Willmer & Smith's \

I I. "t"t complainants bill will be take pro confesso: Ga., Sept. 2d' IS4'1. o4tf and Vice President of the United State, we SOLIDS Carbonate of Lime. ... .. ..1" irrain.; European Times."
--- shall endeavor election by all Carbonate of Iron..3= > trains. .
to promotejheir Secondlv It contains Price Current
'. against them. (a copy-teste) OTECE.-Al1 are hereby cautioned honorable Carbonate of Magnesia,. ... ... .10( 09 !.irraiii"". a tf all tie
GEO. F. BALTZELL Clerk. persons means.Com31ERcIAL.Under British and European markets
,
great
N devotedprincipally
.t thishead will be found the The temnrerature of the Water, wiIit r and tram-
for of hand drawn
l'3H. against trading a note by to the articles of trade and ze
Apalachicola, May 30th jel1mA' "
90 commerci
I j latest statements of the various markets for ourstaple mer, degrees. .
and made payable on the 1st of June, 1813,
( me more immediately: appertaining; to the Ac eril'2'1 f)
Franklin Superior Court. to Mrs. Gorrie, for one hundred ($100) dollars. : productions with both Foreign corrected and Domestic-Review A Splendid Road has been finished: expresslyfor : continent, and i in which the merchant, tl.e trader H m
AT CHA I ERS. The note is dated about the 1st October together a carefully Weekly three miles in it len-is to the
I{ on or of market. riding : length; and the man of business must feel an i Immediate
our own
.It) t: : I Thomas L. Mitchel comp't. 1812; and as the consideration for which said AGUICUJ.TCRE.-\Vhatcvcr may be deemed ofin- summit uf a Mountain, where you belaid! one of interest. On the score of cuirtctuess, the tabular

.H'l' \ vs. 1 note was given having failed, I will not pay the tere t to those engaged: in Agricultural pursuits' the most magnificent views: in Georgia.: A ;good 1 t figures, and the remarks: accompanying the vari.

f DodgeMcDuugald,alhoun same, unless compelled by law. shall have due attention, and no pains will be road has also: been made to the ueil I knuwn ous markets, showing their actual condition, BUT

and Bass, trustees of the EDMUND AUSTIN. spared to make our paper interesting to the Farmer, COLD SPRING, only f ths of a mile from the I be relied on, and are in fact an authority with

Franklin Land and Apalachicola I Apalachicola, Oct. 14th, 1844. o43t in comparison to which, all other trades and professions Hotel; this Spring si said by all who live seen it, most of the f first houses in the Irinciple citiesof :

f'f Lot Company; IN CHANCERY. <<: may be said to be but the frieze and cor- to be the finest cold water ;in the world. the United States and Canada. :

Lewis Curtis and George $200 Reward The amusements at the Springs are various.
l: ; nice.GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. this : Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the
Griswold, trustees of theIi' RUNAWAY, or stolen, two negroes : departmentwill The Ball Room i is opened nightly and the servicesof
American readt-r, in a concentrated
be found general synopsis of the passing state, aid
:
: LYCINDA" and co JIM. Lucinda left a
111 Apalachicola Land Co.; events of the day, together with occasional selection one of the best Musicians in this section of the where the interest or importance of the subject

.i Myers assignee in I" the 21st August ; she is between 20 from the best Literary Periodicals, both Foreign country, is engaged to take charge of it. demands it, in the most detailed and ample .

bankruptcy of George W. : 30 years of age, dark complexion, deli- and domestic. In fine whatever will have a We intend to devote our time exclusively this every topic of political commercial, domestic :!

p I'I'i: ; Ross, defendants. cate made, sway back, small hands and feet, good tendency to develope the rich and varied natural season to the comfort of our visitors, and we-hopeto miscellaneous interest which has occurred in Ea.and ,

,, I appearing to the Judge by affidavit; filed in countenance and extremely proud ; she was pur- resources of our State, elevate the moral character be able, between us, to please all, and see that rope, or elsewhere, since the departure tf .
tie
t his cause that said Daniel McDougald, James chased of L B Randall, living on the Upatoie, of its citizens or promote the prosperity and none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson ')

.. ;. S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis 9 miles from Columbus, on the loth of January, happiness of the community in which we live, I will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too, will previous whatever packet i is most; connlcteJ p'ci.l[ regard with being! paid t to B
; IS 13 the subscribers. Jim left the 7th inst. shall ,meet with our ardent and humble support. or n-l-tcstotie:
reside by .
>> and George Griswold; and Myers, give his whole attention.Our political, social, and commercial .
I CONDITIONS. wdt-beicj:< f
9 beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the he i is a likely young fellow, 20 years of age, and THE: DAILY SENTINEL: will be published every charges will be the same as heretofore, the Union, or the adjacent 1itish? Prvine.! [la(: ,

aid McDougald Calhoun and Myers, in the state is about (G; loot high, dark complexion, a little afternoon, on an imperial half sheet, and delivered $:HO, per month for( Board and Lodging.: Baths, short, it takes a !Lice at tu-iv cmi.ii.-tacceia i r

of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the knock-kneed ; wore off a straw hat, white panta- in any part of the City, at Six DOLLARS per free. A fine stock of goods is kept lure, .und which the inhabitants: the Gieat \\'e-Ttr:1COI: .

itate (New York; and the said Bass in the state loons and cloth coat, and has left his mother and annum,payable in advance. sold at t>.ir prices. These Springs aru; :::5: rnik's merit > feel interest. : t..
can possibly an lputs\ : the
: of Alabama.: It is ordered that a notice be published father, and seven brothers and sisters ; consequently Tin-:: GEORGIA E\TISLr.: : : for the country, will be north Columbus, and 1U miles south of Green Americrn reader in the

once a week for the space of four months we have just grounds for believing (having i issued once a week, on a l.1per.Itoyal sheet, and ville. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching to hand whatever possession has moment i '

t: r; 4 before the ensuing term of this Court, in the found a free pass in the possession of one of forwarded by mail to any part of the Union, at $3: here at all times, as the daily Stages conntct comes the interval in, transpired dari:'g
in the other *,) that one Lucy A. Bartee, and per annum for a single 'opy-Twu copies for $o Furope-personal, political[ : idcoinrnerci.il.
t Commercial Advertiser a newspaper printed negro Mobile, Montgomery! Savannah, An1.: ? ?:. Xjconand i'
{five for in !-
-or copies $1U-payable invariably a'
;' ;: this District requiring said defendants to appear her son Washington Stevenson, has feloniously Madisonith Columbus] and Green\i ie, and
van1' It will-contain all the reading nutter of It has already: attained a very high cbracter,
t and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall inveigled, stolen, taken and carried offthe above the daily paper, including Editorials,Commuications Hacks run daily fr Mii both places here, so there and may with treat propriety he said to ccataia: X

be taken pro confesso: against them. named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her son a Weekly! Review of the :Savannah: Market will be no disappointment. A four hor.;e Stage the BEST PRICES CURRENT the LEST

I' (copy teste) absconded from the house of Thus. T Bartee, with Sec.: also leaves Columbus three times a week by the SHIPPING LIST and i is the BEST; UEOFE-
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. whom she and her husband, John R. Bartee, resided 03- Advertisements will be inserted in the Daily way of Hamilton, fur the Springs. AN ;
NEWSPAPER
_\ J L1! '. Apalachicola, May 31st, 1St t jel -1m the Washington, on the 24th and Mrs. Paper at fifty cents per square for the first and The Proprietors will be leady to receive Company which reaches tli conttoj
cents for each from: England ; for it comprises: in 2c ''der.jed _
Bartee on the 2'Jth of lat month. She left disgracefully twenty-five continuance. In the on the first ,-
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0
t Apalachicola District of Florida. after breaking glasses and every thing Weekly! fifty-cents per square, will be chargedfor May.SEYMOUR: R. r.ONXKR.: 101 m CI Hn'mllJur 'OJllmns, every UescnptioQU
\ FRANKLIN COUNTY. in her power. We will pay twenty dollars for each in erlion. WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.The news of in .-:e-t of America, v.'!Inch fad transpired .
; j The first Number will appear about the first of in Etiiiia'.d: and oti.tr Foreign treetie,
,
D. K. Dodge, Compl't ) each of the above described negroes, delivered to Warm well known parts
I October next or sooner, if tin; necessary arrangements Springs arc so that we sailing of the previ us to the hour cf
and > Li Chancery. in Stewart Ga., in ; up depr
us county, or lodged any jail so
be'made doth lk it trouble tli3
1 can and a sufficient number of nccc ary to public with along
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. ) that we get them; and will pay the balance of two subscribers! obtained to warrent the publication. array certificates, setting forth their claimsto ture of the Sloan shi,, ul.icti, cuim;:; ue iwtt-

IT appearing to the Court, from the report of hundred dollars (say$lGO) for the apprehension of CCJ-: Persons wishing; to subscribe will please hand the patronage of the invalid, as well as the coming; number.ff ., '.
I i Master in Chancery in this case appointed, the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will in their names immediately, and those holding subscription man of health and pleasure. We will therefore! ( : [It \\il !" $, !M l at V2eesiN! j p-r copy oily.Atzonzt ;

I That the following sums are due by the parties convict them for negro stealing, as the law directs lists will forward them by the first ofOc- only invite the attention of the reader to the!; following ; other nurr.ben-us red ilutaring testimonials t t.
hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments heretofore in such cases made and provided. tober, or sooner, if convenient. tl.e hoton; 1crrn: posi, s:-\s:_
letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell '
of
I called in, on their stock in the Franklin JOHN P. BARTEE. Communications by Mail must be post paid, to Coium- We are greatly indebted! to th.a newspaperfcr c,

I Land and Apalachicola Lot Company public'no- THOMAS 0. BARTEE. insure attention. bus: our foreign, miscellaneous! and: commercial ne\\!.
COLU 13UIarch 23d
t 1 tice is hereby given to the parties respectively, Stewart Co., Ga., Sept. 2oth> 1811. o7 Gt WILLIAM B. HARRISON. 1SH. One number of Willmtr & Smith's Europea I
Editors in this and adjoining States Dear Sir-It is due the
by givingthe you as accommodating:
the to F. Nourse Receiver Times is worth whole tile of other
i r to same Benjamin English
J pay Tax Notice I above a few insertions, will confer a favor, and courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs; of: any
M in said together with the interest thereon
cause, paper
L which will be and
I duly appreciated, reciprocated Merriwether
is due the
I : ,rIV r from the first day of March, 1313, or their respective IN conformity with an Ordinance, 'passed by thr first opportunity. county-It public who Published nt Liverpool, just before the steamer

i shares will be sold at public auction, in accordance i Mayor and Council of the City of Apalachicola (ffc3-! A Subscription list will! be found at this may wish to leave their own homes and firesidesduring' sails WILLIAM & SMITH. Sufascri"tcaFOUR'DOLLARS r

J with a decrte of the Court of Chancery March 22d, IS!11, entitled "An Ordin- office.-SAVANNAH, ScirrnMnER: 3, 1814. the sickly season, to seek a place where PER ANNCM.: '

1. for the District aforesaid! to pay the several ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City." they can enjoy health, and all the comf-jrls of ,.

'r' amounts so due and owing Sale first Wednesday I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this I)R ENTERS' AND HINDERS' WAREROOM, cultivated and refined society, to point them to IT i ir:; the intention of the proprietors: c.ft t tt?

., in December next, to wit : day levied upon, and will on the IGth day of December I Nos. 29 and 31 Gold street, New York.- The the Warm Springs. In its Topo raphi.11 situation EUROPEAN TIMES," to publish EX1 RAS,con

Daniel McDougal principal and interest, due 1st next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the Hoe Printing Press::, Machine and Saw :Manu- it i is unquestionably inferior to no Watering taining a digest similar to the European Time:: ,

March, 1843. . .. . . . .1,660 00 Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public factury, being under the management and direction place in the United States. The Medioinul vir- but more conileniM : price three cents per copy, t,
t Hudson A. Thornton 3,310 61 outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the following of Richard M. Hoe and Robert Hoc, continueto tues ofits Waters from the Chemical ar.ahsis submitted which I shall have forwarded by pest and railvray t.r

Burton Hepburn, or his assigns were described property, as will bring double manufacture, at greatly reduced prices, Print- to the public by the States Geologist, has express, in a few minutes :after: each stearcshi* ,. r

indebted on the same day and year. .. 972 70 the amount annexed: together; with all costs and ing Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Standing Presses, aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheumatism arrival in Boston and which may be tltaiccd to

John D. Howell. .. .. .. . .. . 335 OS charges_ salp.Blocks. Self-inking; machines, Chases Cases, and every ; Bronchitis; ; Laryngitis; Ilipertitis; \.lr- quantities atery low prices. e\

By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack Lnt.f| To whom assessed.A. CIS.: article necessarylor a complete Printing Office, a skin rher; Dysentary: ;Dispepsy. and all diseases of the EDWARD 'VILL IER. :l

t 1 Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county 30 1 -;;- I ID supply of which, including type, ink, &c., &c., and Kidnes.In EunopF.TDns" OFFICE, ) i

i I in the Apalachicola District of Florida. .. 5 T. Bennett,.. . --:... 00 they keep constantly on hand. addressing this note to you sir, I have only Boston, June, Ib 11. S jJl

R. J. :MOSES C2 15 Hoe & Co's Patent Single Cylinder] Press, has complied with the earnest solicitations of some

:Master in Chancery. 26 2&35 C. E. Bartlett,.. . 875; been recently much improved in many essential kind friends who have been either radically curedor -

Apalachicola August 19, 1814. H2 L. Birdsal: particulars, with a view to adapt it to first-rate greatly benefited by the curatives of the Waters An Ordisinsace I;
I 3 ,. . . 250 of the Warm Springs. To raise a Fund for the City Hospital.
I. H2 4 J. C. Bird sal ... . book printing, as well as excellent newspaper
: 250 Section tad
Apalachicola District of Florid I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consideration 1. Be it Ordained by'toe Mayor
Fl 0 & 12 Calhoun & Bass .'. work. A considerable number of these machinesare
In Superior Court-Franklin County. :: ,. 10 00 obedient servant Council of the City Jlpalachicola, That from
II Alphonse Loubat fAI 1 John Evans,. . . /2 50 now in daily operation in this city and else- your J., J. BOSWLLL. and after the first day of September next, the 1
IN CHANCERY. D2 1 & 0 where, doing the work very rapidly, and in a .
vs. C. Edmondson,. . :29* 00 superior manner. To Col. S. R. Bonner. following taxes shall be le"'ed upon all passengers:
David D. Churchill, 3 Bill to foreclose Mortgage. III 5&.l 5 arriving in said City by sea, viz: Upon each aw* I
\ appearing the Court byaffuhvit, that the lmpdE2 11 John Gilmore,.. . 250 The improvements in their Double Cylinder TTUNT'S: :;\lEHCHANTS' MAGAZINE I AND every passenger; by seal: coastwise, the sum of fifty J'
IT .J3 f f3 F. 1. Griffin,. . . 1 00 Press, not only greatly increase its speed, but ii
0 David D. Churchill, the above defendant, S render the much COMMERCIAL REVIEW! Established! cents, and upon each and every passenger: arriving
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and 1 !9 Estate of John Gillispie, :2 25;) press more durable and less liable July, 1S39, by FREEMANHUNT, Editor and by sea from any foreign country the sum of t few f

out of the Territory of Florida but within the C2 6 & 7 Jacob Harvey,. . . isoImp'dA'2 to get out of order. It is the only machine Proprietor, Ten SemiAnnualo1umns, ('about dollars. i

I United States: It i is ordered, that publication be 7 John Kerns,.. . . 3 50 adapted to the most rapid newspaper printing. SOO pages each, compl led. With the numberfor Sec. 2. Be further ordained, That the owner .

made in some newspaper published in the city of Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy, .. . 250 They are also and the manufacturers of the Patent July, 1S44, commenced the sixth year of (lieexistence or master of each: and every vessel arriving attIns |
Smith Pressed
., 8 2.J. C. Love,.. . . 3 00 Washington which are so extensively shall
week for four t of this standard Periodical.
Apalachicola, once a months, requiring used It is the port, after the first of September next,
him to appear and answcrthe said bill of 17 3 William Low,.. . 3 00 States and Canadas.by printers throughout call the United only work of the kind in this or any other country render without delay, under oath, to the Trill t.
They the attention of a
complaint on or before the expiration of that R2 1 1 Charles McKinney.. 5 00 ; and, although mainly devoted to the interestsand surer of said city, a true and full amount
Imp'd E2 10, J.Martin,.. . . 425 Printers to their new Machine Card Press, with t
time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed which wants of the commercial and business community : passengers arriving in his vessel, and said owneror
and such further order in Imp'd A2 Ii i\fitchelll\farzcll,. . 3 25 one boy can print 1500 cards in the best it has become the Treasurer r
4 against him given the an indispensible work of master of such vessel, shall pay to
E2 :5 Jno. T. Myrick,. ... 500 style per day. This machine is very simple, and r
reference each ana
) the Court to the
to seem justice. Political of said
; premises as may noUiable Statesman.and Econo- city the tax aforesaid upon
to out of order. Its t
Fl 11 Joseph Mitchell,.. . 4 50 get inking apparatus
veeI8'
mist
H-1' (Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL is throughout the commercial world. Its con every passenger, for which tax the
E2 9 McKenzie,. . . 5 00 selfacting.The f'
w
J. & L. BRANCH Clerk. tents embrace every subject connected with Commerce also be held liable; and any owner or master r
1 i I 111 .1 &; 17 R. Maitland & sons,. 7 00 Co., also manufacture a Cylinder and wiw
Solicitors Agriculture
for Compl'ts.Apalachicola Navigation and Manu- such vessel, to comply
Job Press of ; refusing or neglecting
large foolscap size, which
\ 111 0 & 12 Peter and JOg Mitchel. 6 00 requirestwo t'
mil-1m ; factures and be liable0'
} Feb. 23, 1844. ; Currency Banking; Fire and Mar the provisions of this ordinance shall
boys to attend it who at the
I 15 8 A. Norris,. . . 300 same time drive ine
Insurance the and
Laws
the machine with ; Regulations of said city in the penalty of fifty 1f,
their feet. It will
$ I Li TTM. G. PORTER &. CO., offer for sale a large 30 7 Ogden&Ferguson, . 1 25 1500 print from Trade, (including important decisions in the different Sec. 3. Be it further dollars.thefu. '}
to 2000
V V and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, Imp'd C2 00 lan'l.Ryan, . . 325 work. impressions per hour and do good Courts of the United States, Great Britain, arising from the tax aforesaid shall be reSer': e

1 f.: consisting of- Imp'd A 00 John Ilagan,. . . 2 25 France, etc.) and used only for the benefit of the City HOSPt3IP }

.., fj Cloths Cassimeres and Kerseys; Imp'd A2 2 F'rankWhite,. . . 300 ters The "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, and prin It has and will continue to be the aim of the under such regulations as the Mayor and CoUfl :.z

l Sattinets Flannels and Blankets; 7 4 Thos. Wingate, . 2 75 generally, that no pains shall be :spared to Editor and Proprietor of the Merchants' prescribe.Passed .
maintain may
,f F! ei and F2 15. Henry Williams . 600 the reputation of their establishmentand l\IaU'a- t
Fo Domestic ,
1 &n Prints; ; that all orders entrusted to them will zine to avoid every thing of a party, political, or by Council, 20th June, ISM. \'
receive .
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens; PETER HOBERT, prompt and careful attention. sectional bias or bearing, in the conduct of the DAVID G. RANEY, May t
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ; City Tax Collector. work-opening its to the free -;
.\ Editors and Proprietors be pages and fair discussion t
Apalachicola June 7th Gm yill supplied with of ''LOUR.-30 bbls Northern superfine Flour
'I I \ Shirtings; _.. 1S41. je5 estimates in detail for Printing Offices antagonistic doctrines connected with
or Binderies
t : Cotton Osnaburgs; -- the interests of For sale bv
Commerce
great
subscriber, agent for the PROTECTION by informing us of the style and quantity of Agriculture, 23WatfTj
And every other article in their line adaptedto THE WtANCE work which they desire to do. Manufactures, and the Currency.The sep30 W WOODr, 1
COMPANY, of Hartford, '
the trade. dec
country 1 y Conn., with full power to receive proposals and Jobbing and Machine work in general. Merchants' Magazine is published at No .-1,200 bushs Course Salt>f a superior r:

1 PAINTS OILS, OAKUM, &c.-Just received to issue policies on as favorable terms as other June 1st, 1814. month 112 Fulton at five street dollars, New York, on the first of each SAL )', just received on consignment. ;
I
r Caroline E. Platt. good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or N. B.-Publishers of Newspapers in the Uni- A few per annum, payable in ad- For sale bv
00 kegs Pure and No. 1, White Lead Fire and also vance. complete sets of the work embrac- & HARDIN.t.) t
RAYMOND
; damage by to take Marine and Inland ted States or Canada who will insert this adver ing ten semi-annual volumes t.
200 gah best Lamp Oil risks. The tisement of about SOO pages 30 :1'J
of
; reputation this company for three times before the 1st of sep -
next each and -
July neatly .
; 200 do boiled Linseod Oil ; settling losses with promptitude and liberality is and send one copy of their paper to us containingit at the substantially bound, can be had -Daburr-',
10 bale Oakum, for sale low subscription price by applying at the office I bales Cotton O
I \ by well known. DAN'L J. DAY, will be entitled to the payment of their billson as:: above. OSNABURGS.

sej I,30 W A WOOD, 2J W.krst. Apalachicola, Ajml' S, b 11. purchasing four times the amount thereof. New York, sale by Water t *t
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