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VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1844. [NUMBER 44.


IOMMIEg AL ADVETISEIi,
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J. S. SA.c ISz, St. Au.gntinre, Fla.
JA-s. PENV, St. Joseph, Fla.
N. BAKEr, Brown's Ferry, Fla,
A. S. '"IrwoODV3, hlbainv, Biker Co., Ga
NE V YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKETS.


R gular Packet Line.
Ship Nfartha Washington,... J J Doane, master.
Ship Floridian, ....... .... nV Pritt,
Shipl Uncas,............... P W Latham, "
Ship Emblem,............. \ L Dyer, "
Brig Manhttan........... ..W HW Doane, "
Brig Xnn Etiza,............ W C Park, "
Bri r M -i .iiip.r....... .H Ashley, "
rr '' vemiels are of light draft of water,
L built ex re '' tor the tride, of the b st 1ina-
t'ri i', );) r 't .'i I ', I uI ered. with hand-
s; n a co a ,nod itions, and will s ul p'r 'ctn'lly
as a Ivert i e'l. Whei the day of sitiling tails on ,
Sinid tv, the shi',s will st.il on the Mond iv follow-
ing. The price of p sage is .'0), without liilonrs.
y kil goonls fbor.virded to the subscribers, at
New York, will be shipped free of commission.
E..D. irJRiUti' &. C'O.,
81t Sonth st., N. Y., or,
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
sep3 46 Water st., Apil'a.
Auction Business.
THE subscriber will be pre-
-',,' pared, on or about the 2 ,h inst,
to transact the AUCTION BU..
S Y SINESS in this City, and hopes
by strict attention and punctu
-ality, he will yet get a share of
the AUC 1'lON 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, 1'141. o7 3t
To the Anaerican Bar.
T -E undersigned contemplates putting to Press
t the ensuing Spring, the first volume of
SCENES AND ANECDOTES OF THE
AMERICAN BAR."
Mv brethren throughout the United States are
requested to aid me with contributions from their
respective States, locating particularly the
SSc'cene" 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
Wedt, I must re uiest my friends to pay the post-
age on them. I shall be aided in this amusing and
interesting work bv some of the oldest and most
distinguished Members of the Sourhern Bar.
RYq All communications must be directed to
me at Pensacola, Florida."
RICHARD ROE.
Pensacola, July 1st, 1944.
i- Editors favorable to the undertaking will
please copy.
H HUNT'S MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE AND
COMMERCIAL REVIEW, Established
July, 1S39, by FR MANI HUNT, Editor and
Proprietor, Ten Semi-Annual Volumns, of about
"8YO pag'es each, completed. With the number
for July, IS comn'nenced the sixth year of the
,existence of this sta lard Periodical. It is the
,only work of the kind in this or any other coun-
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and wants of the commercial and business com-
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One Insurance; the Laws and Regulations of
'Trade, (including important decisions in the dif-
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France, etc.)
It has and will continue to be the aim of the
Editor and Proprietor of the Merchants' Maga-
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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.
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"each, neatly and substantially bound, can be had
at, the subscription price by applying at the office
as above.
New York, July 1st, 1844.
. . .


CARDS.


Thomas Prestony
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANT.
Office, No. 32 Water street-up stairs.
ocl9 6m Apalachicola, Fla.

CHAS. A. GREEN, CHAS. H. CONNER-Y.
Green & Coltuery,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 28 Water street,
o14 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
Wylie & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Apalachicola.
ATLVA WYLIT, s
WM. A. McKENzIE, sepl ly


David G. I'u~ey,
COMMISSION & FORWARD G MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.


B. Ellisont & 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.


Doage & Gardvaer,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
dec18 Apalachicola, Fla.
H. H. Woold,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 31 Water-street,.


marl ly


Apalachicola, Fla.


Francis Kopmg an,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOOD. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash,
octi Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.


James Gibson,
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAINTER
AND GLAZIER,
Apti lachicola, Fla.
;'c Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of'
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, &c. &c. Work done
on the most reasonable terms. auni19
Jamnes IP. Fu.iarrisr,
PORT WARREN AND NOI'ARY PUBLIC,
Analachicola, Fla.
0 wee, .Vb. 41 Water street.
{ He would respectfully solicit the patronage
of his triecn.is and acquaintances.

I1. l1. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street,


marl ly Apalachic +la, Fla.
A. L. '. e btf ss,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. '23 Water street,
sen30 Apalachicola, Fa.
L UM13BER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offTrs his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
i Office corner Commerce and Forbes street.
JOHN LUCAS.
Apalachicola, O-t. 15, 1.11. o019 tf


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. WoorPs, No. 23 Water street.
kpanlchicola, Jan 8, 1844.
WiiV Syd cy Green, M. D.
D iR. GREEN taKes this opportunity of expres-
sing his gratitude to his pi trons; and to assure
them that it shall be his con-tant endeavor to ren-
der himself more useful in his profession.
Office on Centre. nar Water street. dec25


Ligon & Owens,
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Abbeville and Troy, Ala.
W 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, Henryco,Ala.
(eon. A J M c lister,
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala.
Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga.
Messrs. Chest;'r &. McGriff, Apal'a. Fa.
January 25th, 1844. iann29 tf


CO-PARTINERSHIP NOTICE.--The under-
signed having associated with them Mr. I1.
W. BROOKS, will continue to transact a General
Commission, Forwarding, and Shinning Business,
under the firm of NOURSE, STONE & Co.
NOURSE & STONE.
B. F. NouRas, )
H. B. STONE, Apalachicola, Aug. 1, 1844.
H. W. BROOKS. al9
D 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. WrLLIAM CHESTER,
HUGH M. FARRTOR,
EPHALY McGRIFF.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15th, 1841. ol09 lm
UGARS.-10 hhds Porto Rico and St. Croix
S Sugars, for sale by
aep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st-


CARDS.


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


.No. 136 Water Sf 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 tinov Apalachicola, Fla.


SHEPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, WM. H. WYATT.
L ippincott & Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly


Th ouvta'i Bertram,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
NEW OP.RLEANS. novel ly
J. W. WoodI:Hi & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. novel ly
Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
.No. 226L Bowery, near Rivinglon st.
NEW YORK. novel ly
@memo .--


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.
L EE & 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 divided among 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.
ta- Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every
variation of the market, are placed in the hands
of buyers. oct7 tfn


Commission Business.
New Yorti, March 12th, 1844.
C?- 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 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 STORE"`-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS
Thos. M. Doyle & Co.
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS,
Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.

W- 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 Verminllion; English do;
Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald a'd Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRISHES-Li!iseed 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. I to 8; Badger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 11 and 1 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 GL ASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of
French, English and American.
p Mixed Paints of all colors, for team Boats,
Shipping and Plantation use; together with a
variety of articles in the Painting line, too num-
erous to mention jiV6 ly


From Graham's Magazine.
TO LUCY DURING HER ABSENCE.
BY AMELIA.


Another year passed, and Marston was left
comparatively wealthy by the death of his father.
(a coffee planter in the West Indies,) and had
entered the commercial house of which he had
been a book-keeper, as a partner. During that
year his family had received the addition of a
hoy, a beautiful, healthy child, and Marston might
ever be seen, when returning from his office, car-
rying the rosy boy in his arms, his favorite, pride
and plaything. What though he felt alla father's
pride in his eldest child, the beautiful little Al-
thea, with her deep blue eyes and d irk curling
hair, still wassiie to him more as a stranger, and
he never replied to a question of her age, that she
was four years old, without sighing involuntarily
at the thou .ht of hnw small a portion of that time
she had been permitted to know him. None of'
these harrowing recollections were his, as he


The dew is on the blossoms, and the young moon
on the sea.
It is the twilight hqur-the hour for you and me-
The time when memory wanders across life's
dreamy track,
When the past floats up before us, and the lost
comes stealing back;
And while along the still shore my lonely foot-
steps rove,
With the deep blue far beneath me, and the pale
up above,
And with their trembling footsteps the faint stars
tread the sea,
I think upon you, Lucy-do you ever think of me '?
Oh Lucy! in this sweet hour, when the stars and
waves have met,
And the full heart most remembers all it wishes to
forget,
When the deep hush of the twilight seems such a
holy time,
That to smile were almost sinful, and to whisper
were a crime,
'Tis sweet along these dim paths with lonely steps
to glide,
For the moon is in the far blue, and the breeze is
at my side:
But yet my'heart is heavy, and my voice hath lost
its glee,
I am sighing for you, Lucy-do you ever sigh for me!.
Dear Lucy! in your absence, where'er your wan-
denngs tend,
You must keep within your pure heart a sweet
thought for your friend
Till you sit once more in beauty within your fa-
ther's hall,
With a soft smile on your young lip, and a pleas-
ant word for all,
Alas'? the bredfe is balmy, and the hushed wave
depp'y blue,.
And flowers are in my pathway, but no light-
hearted Lu !
Oh the summer-months without you such a lonely
time will be!
I am sighing for you, Lucy-do you ever sigh for me!?

From the New Orleans Picayune,
BEWARE OF THE FIRST GLASS!
.1 Tale of the Middle Walks of Life.
BY 5. D. B., OF LOUISIANA.
"Taste not the wine within the cup-
Let not that curse be thine;-
'Tis rich and red, but grief and woe
Are hid its rosy depths below."-WILLIS.
Ellen Canning had, when yet a mere child,
plighted her troth to love and to honor" a talen-
ted though dissolute young man, of slender income
and expensive habits. In vain her relatives ar-
gued that such an union could produce nought
save misery; but the warm hearted g'rl had plea-
ded so earnestly, that since Harry Marston had
separated himself from his former gay companions
he no longer frequented theatres, .bar-rooms,
clubs or billiard-rooms," as to draw a reluctant
consent from her father, though the old gentle-
man hinted that the loss of his situation as book-
keeper from the extensive western commission
house of the B-'s was owing to his sad pro-
pensity for tippling. Though Ellen could not
defend the past, s'ue spoke with proud security
of the future, in the simple appeal, "but he has
joined a Temperance Society now, papa."
Alas, poor girl she knew not, that he; whose
cause she was so warmly pleading had oflei, be-
fore signed the temperance pledge, and as often,
unable to resist temptation, back-slidden from his
promise, although he felt it estranged him from
the esteem and confidence of kindred and friends.
For the first few months after their marriage Mar-
ston's conduct bade fair to fulfil his wife's prophe-
cy for the future; but again, strange infatuation !
he, without any particular cause or inducement,
tried another first gl.ss, and, by way of indemni-
fying himself for past abstinence, drank to such
excess as to lose his employment of book-keeper,
and once more alienate the respect and confi-
dence of his friends-all save one,-that one, his
patient, suffering, uncomplaining wife-she still
remained the same.
Soon they were reduced from a respectable
competence to poverty, and, by as rapid a transi-
tion, from poverty to absolute penury; and Ellen,
with an infant daughter, was at last compelled,
by the fear of seeing her babe die from the want
of the care and comforts she might secure to it
beneath her father's roof, to accept for it and her-
self that asylum which was not extended to her
drunken husband.
Although Mr. Canning refused to admit Mars-
ton an inmate of his family, still for Ellen's sake
he furnished the miserable and now thoroughly
repentant man with respectable clothing, (even
his clothes had been pawned at the cabarets for
drams,) and in consideration of his once more
signing the temperance pledge, under a solemn
promise not to violate it, he furnished him also
withletters to a respectable mercantile house in
Cincinnati. He left New Orleans immediately,
arid was shortly after his arrival installed in Cin-
cinnati as book-keeper to the firm to whom he
was recommended. For a year his conduct gave
entire satisfaction; out of his salary he sent regu-
lar remittances to New Orleans, to pay off the
debts contracted during his term of inebriety.-
During the year his regular upright conduct and
attention to business, so pleased his employers
that, unsolicited, they raised his salary, inas-
much that he ventured to write to Mr. Canning,
towhom he had promised neither to write to his
wife nor by any verbal message endeavor to induce
her to join him. He now wrote, confident in his
present upright course and tried abstinence, pray-
ing that Ellen might be permitted to come to
him. Akind answer was returned, and in anoth-
er month Ellen rejoined him in Cincinnati.


kind friend who would terminate heir earthly suf
fering.
And when a few weeks after, a letter sealed
with black was placed in his hands, he read it
through with the settled calmness of despair
and bowing his head down on the fair brow of his
living child, he murmured-" Althea, you
mother has gone toyour little brother, my child
God's will be done!"
Jqppointment by the President.-Vespasian El-
lis, of Missouri, to be Charge d'Affaires of the
United States to the Republic of Venezuela, in the
place of Allen A. Hall.
Large Dividend.-The Neptune Insurane,
Company of Boston has declared a semi-annual
dividend of twenty per cent, payable on demand.
W- St. Angustine is, by more than forty ypayo
the oldest town in the Uiited States. Houses in
it are yet standing, which are' said to have been
built many years before Virginia was colonized.


SA % eA % % fI.


tossed the rosy, laughing boy on high, or nightly
whistled him to sleep.
And Ellen was happy-happy in the affection+
ate kindness of the man whom she had never up:
braided in his folly and degradation, now that he
was restored to her, to himself and society. She
once more, as in days when grief alone by name
she knew, felt thankful for his reformation, and
dreamed that halcyon days were yet in store fof
her.
Alas! that the brightest dream of a fond wife
and mother's existence should be broken, ittdely
and forever, by that fatal curse-one morefirst
glass. Yet so it was with poor Ellen's dream of
hope and happiness.
On returning from his office one evening Mari
ston, being caught in a showers stopped in atav-
ern where were assembled many of his acquaint-.
ances, some reading the papers, others talking
politics around the bar. Marston complained of
being wet, and was advised to take a glass of
brandy;'he knew full well his propensity, and
that to be temperate he must abstain entirely, yet
he was now no longer the dependent clerk whose
inebriety might be punished with instant dismis-
sal and loss of character; he stood high now as a
merchant and man of wealth; whom could it in-
jure-that one glass ? Besides, to whom was he
accountable ?
Man! Marston! ask .to whom accountable? to
your wife, your children, and-your God! Had
he not showed that he could keep his word when
necessary ? Had he not abstained totally for the
last three years ? Then whom could this one
glass injure ? The sequel showed.
When Marston returned home later than usual
his wife hastened to meet him with his infant
boy in her arms. Pushing past her, he complain-
ed of headache, but Ellen was not deceived, the
smell of brandy, though of late Unused to it, was
never to be mistaken. She had seen him thus
before.
The babe clapped his rosy hands and crowed
for joy as he stretched out his little arms to be
taken, but Marston complaining of his noise put
him rudely back. The child affrighted put his
head in his mother'sbosom and sobb d himself to
sleep. The first glass being indulged in but cre-
ated a desire for more, and the next day 'twas
with unspeakable horror that Ellen saw, by her
husband's manner on his return to dinner, that
he had been drinking, but she knew not how
deeply.
Seeing that she was afraid to trust the child in
his arms as was her wont, Marston with the ob-
stinacy peculiar to inebriety insisted upon taking
him. But the little f lDow remembering his re-
pulse of the proceeding night, or perhaps frigh-
tened by the violence of his manner, clung the
closer to his mother. Marston, as has beei' said';
had been drinking more deeply than his wife sisi,
pected. The fumes of the liquor he had swalldo-
ed had risen to his brain, and maddened at what
he called the brat's obstinacy," he snatched him'
from his mother. Ellen clasped her hands as she
saw him furiously swung on high, and called or'
rather score med, "Oh, hurt him not, Harry !" but
ere the words were ended the helpless, un .
offending babe was dashed to the first landing 6f
the stairs
A scream from his wife so wild and heart-ren.
ding that the agony of death seemed to have pas-
sed in it, roused Marston to a lull sense to what
he had done. He ran to raise the quivering form
of that boy, late so much his joy and pride, and
bore him bleeding and mangled to a bed. Hewas
completely soberedd!
Finding that his life was not extinct, he turned
his attention to his wife, while a servant was dis"
patched for a physician. Long and fruitlessseem-
ed every eflbrt to recall that life which from that
young stricken mother seemed forever fled. But
I pass over the horrorwith which she shrunk fiori
his support and enquired for her child, and the
agony with which she heard that though he might
live, his spine had been injured, and hie woudidbf
a cripple fcr life!
Marston might again be seen carrying th babe
about in his arms, but how different his manner-
how altered the former gay tone of his voice! He
now no longer called on the rosy, laughing boQy
to notice all that passed around, but still the
plaintive moanings of the little sufferer on hij
breast, with a tenderness and solicitudethat spoke
the deep feeling that lay in the father's heart fof
his crippled boy.
The patient little victim was six months old at
the time of the accident, as that act of violence
was reported the physician and servants to bed
and he lived until his birthday came raoUnd,
when his fringed eyelids closed calmyy as a
night's repose, like flowers at set of sun"-and he
breathed his last.
Marston never again tasted of "the wine wfth'
in the cup," business prospered with him, and he
was accounted by the world a prosperous and a
happy man. But they saw him not when teats
fell fast upon the upturned face of tbe littleAltha
as she asked" why little brother died."
Not long after the death of her little dari~hgl
Ellen returned home to her father's, in New Or-
leans-to die.
Doctors called her malady consumptiont, but
her husband alone knew that her sun of 'earthly
happiness had set forever when his arm hld, with
maniac force, tore from her breast its clYerished
darling and hurled it to-its grave.
Hle asked not, hoped not for her to live, although
with the sacrifice of his own, gladly would he
have bought the life of her he had so injured, for
he felt that though young, amiable and loved, still
must death now be welcomed by his Ellen as the


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COIIERC IAL ADVERTISERS.


APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, OCT. 26, 1844.


ELECTIONS.
Macaryland.-The official returns from all the
'counties give Pratt, the whig candidate for gov-
cernor 54S majority.
Ohio. -The following is the returns from all the
'counties except siv. The majority thus far for
Bartley, the whig candidate for Governor, is 4,517
the counties vet to heard from gave a democratic
majority of 866 in 1S42. The democrats have
however, elected 13, and the whigs only 7 of the
twenty-one members of Congress.


.New Jersel.-The whigs in this state have
elected their Governor, Stratton, by a majority
of 14152 votes over Thompson, dem. and carried
both Hnouss of the Lezilature. Whig majority
on joint ballot 29, beinz a tain of 47 over last
year and secures a U. :. Senator for six years.
Pennsylvania.-The returns from this state,
give Shunk, (dem.) about 5,000 majority for gov-
ernor over Markle. The delegation to Congress
stand 13 democrats, 9 whigs and 2 "natives; the
present delegation consist of 14 whigs and 10 de-
m i-rats. The itait. Lezislature stand :-qenators
21 democrats. 11 whi~s and 1 native; House, 53
democrats, 39 whigs and 8 natives' Democratic
majority on joint ballot 16.
Tf'tsconsin.-The returns from this Territory
indicate decided vote against forming a State.
Government.
The Lost One Found.-Mrs. McRay, the lady
who, in a state of mental aberation, wandered
into the woods has at last, to the unspeakable joy
of her husband and friends, made her appearance.
She was found at the Old Woman's Bluff, six
miles N. W. of this place, walking about com-
pletely lost. For two weeks she has been ex-
posed to the scorching sun, thedamp and chilling
ni:,ht air, and fre'un-'ut showers of rain, amid
tIe 'loo:n of the iev woods, or in the dark re-
cesses of the numerous hammocks, without food.
How she has survived is certainly miraculous.

Texas Cotton.-By a statement from the Col-
lector of Customs at Shreveport, Louisiana, pub-
lished in the Caddo Gazette, it appears that from
the 1st of June, 1813, to the 30th of June of the
present year, there entered from Texas at that
point, and were reported and cleared for New
Orleans, 14,970 bales of cotton.
.Tillerism.-We are sorry to see by the paper
that Mil'lerism has again broken out afresh and
seems to be more prevalent than ever, in some of
our principal cities. This fanatical delusion is
called Millerism, from the name of him who has
set it in motion and for three different times with-
in the last two years has the day been fixed upon
for the ascension of the Saints to meet the Meg-
siahi and the consumption of the eaith by fire,
and as often has it been postponed as if by par-
ticular desire. Tihe 221 in'f at 4 o'clock, P.
M., was again set down as the final end, but on
that day before the arrival of the hour specified,
it was solemnly declared from the pulpit, in the
Broadway Tabernacle, New York, that an error
had just been discovered in the calculation, and
that the "second coming" would not occur, there-
by disappointing hundreds who had prepared
themselves with ascension robes expressly for the
occasion, .
LATE FROM TEXAS.
By the arrival yesterday of the sloop Cutter,
'and steamrship Republic, from Galveston, says
the New Orleans Tropic, we have received Hous-
ton and Galveston dates up to the 2Sth ult.
Commodore Moore came passenger in the Re-
rmblie. ie reports Dr. Anson .Jones elected Pre-
sident of Texas from a majority of from eight to
eleven hundred votes overGeneral Burleson. The
Houston Democrat of the 18th nIt., contains elec-
tion returns. (incomplete,) which give Jones a
maitrity of 856.
The U. S. cutter Woodbury arrived at Galves-
-ton on the 19th unit., and sailed for Vera Cruz on
the 1st inst., having on board Gen. Duff Green,
Beit'r of D)espatches to our Minister at Mexico.
The Texian brig of war Wharton lies on her
'beam ends on the flats opposite Galveston, having
been run a.qhore to prevent her from sinking, her
bottom being very much worm eaten.
The proceedings of the Court Martial against
Commodore Moore, were brought to a close at
the latter end of August. The decision of the
Conrt has not been published : the papers having
been sealed, to be laid before Congress when it
meets No doubt exists that Commodore Moore
will he honorably acquitted, as it appears that not
one of the charges preferred against him was sus-
tained before the Court. Since the close of the
proceedings, public dinners have been givento the
Commodore by the citizens of Houston and Gal-
veston. The Commodore has quite recovered
f,'nm hi-s severe illness.
Thie T'xnn Democrat of the 23th ult. says:--
P-ic',,,%o'ns ann! suite hive accompanied the
Presi.ticn 'o t'i0 Comanche Treaty ground.
The Galv>': rjivui'm of the same date says:
Excessive rains ;. e: visited this vicinity daring
the past week. We apprehend that cotton in t'he
field has sustained considerable damage.
The Civilian of the 21st uit., in noticing the re-
port just published in this city, that 10,000 Mexi-
cans had arrived on the Rio Grande, for the inva-
sion of Texa-, says:
If there ever was danger of the ruin of a coun-
try bv Iving, that country is Texas. We are not
s'aliqt1, to allow Mezxico to exert herself inees-
s ntly to impur confidence in our country abroad,
by stories of invasion, but our own citizens must
continually endorse and scatter these baseless


threats, thus adding to the injury, and often giv-
ing point to the missiles aimed at us, which would
otherwise be harmless.

,Vew Gold Mine.-It is said that a new and
very rich Gold mine has been discovered on the
landsofCol. Win. Hancock, in the upper part of
Moore county, N. C. The ore is said to be
worth from 10 to20 dollars a bushel, so far as it
has been examined.
Another Wedding.-The Philadelphia Time,
states that Miss Mary Wickliffe, the beautiful
daughter of the P.M. General, is to be married
at "'ashi,,gtn, ,on the 16th inst, to a son of the
Itun. Mr. Merrick, Senator from Maryland.


themselves by clinging to the mast, where they
remained three days without food or water; and
were finally taken offby the sloop Globe, Capt.
Pent, in a complete state of exhaustion. They
iad been drifted into the gulf and back again sev-
eral times. The names of the officers and crew
were as follows: Franklin D. Phillips, Captain;
James L. Spencer, John Best, and Jacob Gomaz,
of New York, sailors-Albert Saunders, Corne-
insSaunders, (saved,) Richard Bell, Hiram Liv-
ngston, (saved,) John Virling, steward, belong-
ng to Antigua Bay, Jacob, black boy, belonging
o Dr. S. Haley.
The ship New York, Capt. Harding, lying at
anchor in the harbor during the whole ofthe gale
receivedd not the slightest damage, but rode the
gale out in perfect safety, when but few other ves-
ielin port es"tied without r,>,-'iving more or
ess iniury. We anxiously watched, during the
blow, expecting to see her drag her anchors and
nakefor the gulf, as several others had done in
he early part of the gale; but the gallant ship
braved the united fury of the wind and waves,
mnd escaped unscathed the violence of the.storm.

LATE FROM HAVANA.
Great Destruction of Life and Property.
We are under obligations to P. J. Fontane,
Esq., says the Key West Light of the Reef, for
an extra from the office of the "Journal of Ma-
rine," at Havana, of the 6th inst.; from which F.
X de Eealo, Esq., has translated and condensed
he following items of news, respecting the late
gale at that port and Matanzas:
GREAT HURRICANE.


On the 4th inst., at noon, the wind began
freshen from the North East, and increasing
its fury. Signals were made from the house


to
in
of


dore, and dictating terms of peace to an Emperor.
[Pensacola Gazette,
C' The Ice Trade is one of considerable and
growing importance to Boston. The shipments
for the last four months has been 7,214 tons.
9 The "American Republicans" have nomi-
nated candidates for Congress independent of other
party organizations in several districts, both of
Pennsylvania and New York. It is their inten-
tion in New York to nominate, also, candidates
for Governor and Lieutenant Governor.
CU- It is rumored that a conspiracy has been
discovered in Mexico to overturn the present go-
vernment, and to establish a Constitutioual Em-
pire, with an European Prince at its head.

Latest from Gibraltar.-Capt. Thomas, of the
brig Caroline, at this port yesterday, reports that
on the 5th of September a detachment of British
soldiers made an unsuccessful effort to raise the
wreck of the Steamship Missouri,-and that
another attempt was to be made by the crew of
thefrigate Warspite, which it wal thought would
prove successful. The Prince de Joinville was
at Cadiz on the 5th of September, with his squa-
dron, consisting of three ships of the line, the
frigate La Belle Poule" and seven Steamers.-
The Inflexible and Steamer Montezuma were at
Gibraltar. The Prince de Joinville has issued
orders that none of his officers or men should com-
municate with any of the British officers or men,
except Vice Admiral Owen.


ty to avert to circumstances which must be as
disagreeable to you as to myself. But you have
invoked it.
Ifyou have denounced warand intend to pros-
ecute it, do so presently. We will abide the re-
sult. Presentyourselfwitha force that indicate a
desire of conquest, and with all the appendages of
your power, and we may respect your effort.-
But the marauding incursions which have hith-
erto characterized your molestation will only serve
to excite the contempt of honorable mnen I have
the honor to embrace you,
With salutations of the most affectionate regard,
SAM. HOUSTON.
Important Election Decision.-The court of
Common Pleas this morning decided that by the
naturalization of a man, all of his minor children
residing in the United States are, ipso facto, made
citizens and entitled to vote as such. Many had
supposed that every one from abroad must be nat-
uralized; but Judge King referred to the act of
Congress of 14th April, 1802, and to a decision of
the Supreme Court of the United States, in Cranch's
Reports, where it is expressly laid down that "the
children of persons duly naturalized shall, if
dwelling in the United States, be considered as
citizens of the United States."-Phil. Gazette.
eNewspaper Advertising.-Blackwood's Maga-
zine for July puts the utility of advertising thus
pointedly and truely:-There is but one way of
attaining business-publicly; one way of obtain-
ing pulicity-advertisement; the .newspaper is
the fly wheel by which the motive powerofcom-
mnercial enterprise is sustained, and money the
steam by which the advertising is kept going.


j


From the Key West Light of the Reef.
TERRIFIC GALE!
Supposed Great Loss of Life-Immense De-
struction of Property !-Several Vessels
Lost:
From an extra of the Key West Light of the
Reef, we have abridged the subjoined account of
an unparalleled storm, which occurred on the
4th inst., causing a most melancholy destruction
of life and property.
"On Friday evening last it commenced blowing
quite fresh from the North East and continued in-
creasing in violence until 3 o'clock, P. M., on
Saturday the 5th inst. During the time of the
gale, which lasted about eighteen hours, damage
was done to property to an almost incredible ex-
tent. The unparalleled fury of the gale, when
at its height can scarcely be conceived! it swept
everything before it-houses, fences, trees, ves-
sels, and almost everything in its course was le-
velled to the -earth or borne off with frightful ve-
locity.
On the morning of the 5th, previous to the gale
having reached its height, the Revenue schooner,
Vigilant, dragged her anchors and was driven out
to sea, where it is supposed all on board in num-
ber fourteen perished.
The schooner Hudson was blown out to sea,
and five gallant tars, composing her crew, found
a watery grave.
The pilot boat, Louisa, belonging to Capt. J.
H. Geiger, dragged her anchors and was last seen
maki ig her way into the gulf with not a soul in
sirht, though there were four persons on board,
who h'ive, beyond a doubt, perished at sea.
The Brig Statira, Captain Babbidge, late from
St. Marks, with a cargo of 282 bales of cotton,
85 boxes 'tobacco, and a lot of chains, rigging,
and anchors, of the Brig J. D. Noyes, lately
wrecked near St. Marks dragged her anchors,
4000 pounds weight, and drifted out and struck
upon the dry rocks, where she now lies a coinm-
plete wreck. Her decks are cut up fore and aft
and she is broke in two by parting abaft the main-
mast. Her cotton is now being taken out by
wreckers; about 1-2 out. The whole will be up
in the course of a day or two. The tobacco was
so much damaged as to be considered as not worth
saving.
Other vessels reported as destroyed or greatly
damaged, are the schooners Pequot, Capt. Pent,
Orbit, Capt. Sully, Empire, Capt. Wood, Rome,
Capt. Kemp, Br. schr. Britannia, Capt. Kelly,
Br. brig Victoria, Capt. Hudson, schr. Ranger,
Capt. Bunce, sloops Ludlow, Texas, Refbrm,
America and Rival.
The schr. May Flower, from Newport, R. I.,
reports to have seen a brigantine, bottom up, off
Double-headed Shot Keys; supposed to be Span-
ish. She was coppered.
Great fears are entertained for the safety of
the wrecking sloop Mount Vernon-she not hav-
ing been heard from, and all the other vessels to
windward have either been heard from or come
down.
The salt works at the upper end of the island,
belonging to Mr. Charles Howe, were severely
injured by the lategale. Damage on the premises,
$2,000.
The large building on the barracks, which stood
over the water, known as the Adjutant's office,
was blown completely down; not a part or stick
left standing. No other damage done at the U, S.
Barracks.
The second -story of the east end of the Key
West House was blown off:
The large carriage house and stable in the
rear of Mr. Wall's warehouse was levelled with
the ground, and now lies a ruined mass in the
street.
The wharves are all more or less injured, though
none so seriously as Col. O'Hara's now rented by
Mr. Wall-planks torn off, tirinbe'rs broke, spiles
torn off, and otherwise damaged, to the probable
amount of $1,000. The wharf rented by Mr. Fi-
lor, and owned by Mr. Wall, was damaged to the
amount of 8500. The wharves of Mr. Brown
and Mr. Tift, were very slightly injured. The
former was probably, in a great measure, saved
by there being but few vessels alongside of it at
the time of the blow, and the huge hull of the
French ship, Louis XIV. being sunk alongside of
it-, and embedded in the sand, formed a kind of
bulwark which even the unparalleled fury of the
gale did not move.
The Sand Key Light House has received mate-
rial injury. The dome has been started and leaks
very badly; the reflectors all require repairing or
they will be ruined. The windows 'of the tower
will have to be all new as most of them have been
blown out, or the glass broken. All the chim-
neys to the buildings on the Island were blown
down, and consequently, the keeper, Captain Ap-
pleby, and his people had been unable, for 36
hours, to cook themselves a meal. Shutters to the
windows of the houses all gone. The break-
water, recently built, was broken through in
several places, in consequence of the sea getting
in behind it and washing out the backing some
distance from the wall. This Island was at one
time completely under water.
We hear that at Indian Key most of the houses
remaining therewere blown down. The wharves
ire all carried away.
The anticipated fears in regard to the wrecking
sloop Mount Vernon, have been more than real-
ised. News reached here on Wednesday evening
last, by the schr. William, of the total loss of
:he vessel and undoubtedly the whole of the crew,
with the exception of two sailors, who saved


the General of Marine to the different Spanish
men-of-war in the harbor to send yards and top-
masts down, and to run out other anchors, accord-
ing to the peculiar situation of their vessels. At
5 o'clock, P. M., Barometer at 29 30, the weath-
er turned itself into a complete hurricane, from
the N. N. E. with an impetuosity unknown to
the oldest seamen. It continued the whole night,
with heavy showers of rain. At day break, when
the moon was crossing the meridian, the gale was
at its highest pitch; the horizon was so cloudy as
not to be able to see at the distance of a pistol
shot. At eight o'clock on the 5th, the Barometer
was 28 45; which was the lowest point. At 9
it began to rise, the 30th part of a degree. At
that time the wind shifted to the North East, and
afterwards to the N. N. W., where it continued,
gradually decreasing until the weather cleared
up so as to be able to see objects in the harbor on
the opposite side, as well as the horrible destruc-
tion that came in view. At noon the weather
continued clearing; the wind was then from the
N. W., still blowing a strong gale. In the after-
noon it calmed its violence, and the horizon be-
came quite serene. Out of 10 Spa.iish men-of-
war, including two steamers, there was but one
brig that escaped unhurt; all the others having
suffered material damage in their hulls, spars,
riz.:i,, &c. Most of the merchant and coasting
vessels that got adrift came in contact with them
causing much trouble in getting clear of them,
and being broken to pieces. It is calculated that
from 3 to 400 vessels of all sizes have been sunk,
and are lying useless on the beach on the outside
of the city and harbor. All the frame houses
were blown down to the ground; the public walks
have all been destroyed, and the trees levelled
with the earth.
The accounts from Matanzas are still of worse
nature. Out of 22 vessels in harbor, 20 are lying
useless on the beach and rocks. The river Yu-
miry" rose several feet, and caused muchdamage
on the lower part of the town; stores, dwelling
houses, and property. Thousands of boxes of
sugar have been destroyed; and the inhabitants
were obliged to escape to higher ground to avoid
being drowned, as al-l the elements threatened to
overwhelm them as at the lime of the universal
.deluge. The news received from the different
parts of the country were of the most appalling
nature-houses carried away by the wind, plan-
tations destroyed, trees driven from their roots,
and every other vestige that can be conceived.
Such is the general news from all parts of that
rich and beautiful island.

A FRENCH PRINCE LAYING ANCHORS TO WIND-
WARD.-This old adage ofthe sea-farer will literal-
ly and trally apply to the Prince de Joinville, Vice-
Admiral in theNavy of France, &c. The old gen-
tleman, the amiable and anxious papa of our hero,
and the venerable and sagacious King of the
chivalric French, has been working traverses all
his life ; he had so arranged matters as to render
the Due d'Orleans the idol of the French people,
but he, unfortunately, was deprived of life by a fall
from his carriage at a very critical period, which
is still fresh in the minds of every one acquainted
with the present political history of France,
At present the heir apparent to the throne is the
infant son of the Due, the Count de Paris, but if
the aged King, Louis Philippe, should shuffle off
this mortal coil suddenly, fears are entertained that
there would he dissension in the realm, and that
the progeny of the Due d'Orleans would be set
aside for some martial hero. Well failing those
princes, the next heir to the kingdom is the Duc
de Nenmo'-s, second son of the old King, hut of
him we have heard little or nothing; we believe
he is a Marshal of France and a General comman-
ding a division of the army, and a sort of an adju-
tant for the Minister of War; but hi's exploits are
all sub rosa, in and about Paris, and not at all cal-
culated to excite the admiration of an excitable
people, and he too, would probably continue to oc-
cupy his present position ; but the hero would be
the young Prince de .Toinriville, who has his anchors
well grounded in the affections of the people.
His first essay as a fighting man 'was down at
Vera Cruz, under Admiral B13audin ; there he laid
hisship gallantly under the guns ofSt Juan de Ut-
loa, and, at the close of the engagement, was at the
head of the force which attacked the town, and we
have heard, fired the gun which took offSanta An
na's leg. Next we hear of him a- captain of the
frigate Belle Poule, bringing home from St. Hele-
na the remains of the immortal Napoleon ; thence
he is sent to cruize in the waters of the United
States, and his beautiful frigate wasthe admiration
of all who visited her while she lay in New York.
There the Prince left his ship on an expedition
through the country where his father had roamed
as an exile-and every where, as he proceeded to
the Far West, was he received and entertained
as a private gentlemen whose urbane deportment
entitled him to the sympathies of a republican
people.
Returned to New York he sailed, very soon af-
ter on a cruize, and the newspapers chronicled his
whereabom's continually, until it was rumored that
he had gone to Rio de Janeiro to seek a Brazillian
Princess for his bride.
SANS a great deal of ceremony he wedded and
3ORE AWAY for France one ofthe wealthiest Prin-
cesses of Crihstendom, with no very remote pros-
pect of figuring on the throne of the Pedro's of
Brazil. Of too energetic a spirit to waste his pre-
cious time in soft dalliance with his newly married
cara sposa, (as a certain Prince across the
channel, does, who, at the age of 25 years is the
precious parent of four royal infant prodigies or
paupers,) we next hear of his writing a work on
the navy of France, with comments upon that of
England, which according to the public press, does
great credit to his literary talents and researches.
And here to put the climax to this short eventful
sketch of a young man's life, we find him com-
mander-in.ehief of a large squadron of line of battle
ships, frigates, &c., chastising the Moors of Moroc-
co-bombarding the cities of Tangiers and Maga-


REPLY OF PRESIDENT HOUSTON TO GEN.
WOLL'S MANIFESTO.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
Washington, July 29, 1844.
To His Fxcellency, Gen. Antonio Lopez de
Santa Anna, President of the Republic of
Mexico.
SIR :-It appears by a letter received from Gen-
eral Adrian Woll, under date of the 19th ultimo,
that you have entertained a desire to communi-
cate with this Goverment. I regret, however, ex-
tremely, that, in so doing, you should have indul-
ged in a departure from the courtesy which ordinari-
ly obtains in the correspondence between civilized
States of the present age. There are certain de-
signated and universally acknowledged channels of
intercourse between nations; such as the Depart-
. meant of State or Foreign Affairs.
SThrough your subaltern, Gen. Woll, you have,
in the communication to which I allude, address-
ed no government or functionary of any government; it
is, however, addressed to Texans; but in language
which even common courtesy does not sanction.
For the information of your Excellency, I will
suggest that the commission sent out by this gov-
ernment was authorized by the President of Texas,
Sand as such must have been communicated to
your Excellency. Otherwise, the commissioners
could not have been received in their official ca-
pacity. Their credentials'alone entitle them to
the recognition of yourself or officers.
The Texan commissioners had special and pre-
scribed powers delegated to them; and all their
acts were subject to the review and rejection or
approval of the Executive,. Without approval
they could acquire no validity. The designation
of Texas as a department of'the Mexican confed-
-eracy, so called, was highly obnoxious 'to the Pres-
ident; and consequently, the conduct of the com-
missioners was at once disapproved. For this
you are now, sir, pleased to express through your
subaltern, your indignation at the perfidous -conr.
duct of the government of Texas.
I regret much that you have given this com.rn'-
plextion to the affairs of the two countries.-
When men, by chance or Providence, have been
elevated to the rule of nations, and intrusted with
the best interests of the people, it must be con-
sidered a misfortune when they entail upon them
calamities which their duties as philantrophists
should teach them to avert.
When beligerents, even in the most angty ex-
citement of feeling areaw-ayed against each other,
it is proper that their chieftains should preserve
towards each other that comity which might ren-
der each other approachable, and thereby avert
great human suffering and the effusion of human
blood. When war rages, all ranks and conditions
are subject to its agitation arid calamities. Tex-
as has already endured the extremest agony, and
will endeavor to profit by its experience. Against
her you have again 'denounced war. We await
the event.
Eight years ago, you were a suppliant, obtained
your liberation without a ransom, and ackn oowledg-
ed the Government of Texas. If Texas existed
then as a nation, her recognition since that time
by other powers, and her increased commercial
relations would we'll excuse your recognition ot
her sovereignty now.
But, sir, you speak of your resources and pow-
er. They were defied and triumphed over in
1836, and if you invade Texas in 1844, you will
find neither her power nor the success ot her arms
was complete.
I desire to know for what reason you have
charged the authorities of Texas with perfidy ?
Have they ever given to Mexico any they have
not redeemed ? They have liberated her'chiefts
and soldiers taken on the field of battle without
obligation so to do. They are of a race which
permit neither their word nor their honor to be
falsified. How has it been with Mexico! The
capitulation of Fannin was di-ricgard, ,I, and hun-
dreds massacred in cold blood. 'ou-, indeed, de..
nied a cognizance of this fact--declared that you
were implicated by the falsehood of General Urea,
and if you ever return to your country and came
into power, you would execute him for his du-
plicity. Have you done it? You have p'.,,er,
but to what purpose? Ofthe inoffensive traders
who visited Santa Fe and capitulated to your offi-
cers, what was the treatment ? They were slaugh-
tered by the way side when unable to march, and
their ears cut off and exhibited as evidences of
their destruction-evidences indeed of barbarity
not heard of among nations pretending to be ci.
vilized, since the ninth century of th'e Christian
era.
Again, at the surrender of Mier, your officers
pledged to the men the protection due to prison-
ers of war. In fulfilment of which they were
seon after barbarously decimated,and the remain-
der ever since heldin chains and prison! They
were also to be returned to their homes immedi-
ately after their submission. But every pledge
given to them has been violated. Is this good
faith ?
You likewise pledged yourself solemnly, through
Her Britannic Majesty's ministers, to release the
Texan prisoners in Mexico, ifthose of Mexico re-
maining in Texas should be set at liberty, which
was done on the part of this Government, by pub-
lic proclamation, and safe conduct offered them
to return to their country. Have you performed
your part ofthe agreement and your duty? Are
they free ?
Will all this justify you in charging through
Gen. Woll, either the Government, or the citizens
of Texas with perfidy, or its Executive with double
dealing in diplomacy ?
I regret, sir, extremely, that it has been my du-


< I -t A1
Port Regulations in "Brazil.-The Brazillian
government have made the following decree in re
lation to the anchorage dues to be charged in the
different ports of that nation :
e BBRAZILLIAN DEcREE. No. 371.
" ARTICLE 1. From the 6th November, 1844,
the anchorage dues upon Brazillian and foreign
Ships on foreign trading will be reduced to 900
i, reis, and the dues upon the Brazillian coastwise
vessels to 90 reis, a ton, to be paid at once.
ART. 2. Ships arriving in ballast and sailing
* with cargo, and arriving with cargo, and sailing
* in ballast, will pay one-half the dues; entering
d and clearing in ballast one-third dues.
ART. 3. Ships entering for provisions or ini
f Franquai to try the market, wether in ballast or
With cargo, will pay one-third dues.
ART. 4. Ship entering under average or in dis-
tress, will pay nothing unless they discharge or
take cargo, being allowed to discharge the neces-
I sary cargo for the payment of the expenses incur.,
e red.
i ART. 5. Ships that have paid in any port of the
I empire, the anchorage dues of the Art. 1, 2and 3,
Arriving in another port in the same voyage, pay
nothing excepting taking cargo, and then have to
o pay the difference of the dues.
s ART. 6. Coastwise vessels trading between the
ports of the Empire will pay one-half the dues,
when half the crew be composed of Brazillian ci-
tizens, and will pay nothing, ift besides this cir-
cumstance, be employed in the coast or in the
High sea fishery.
ART. 7. Vessels -of countries that will charge
more dues higher than dues paid by their own
vessels, are subject, in the ports of Brazil, to pay
one-third more of the dues established, or to be
raised to the same diflierence imposed by said
countries upon the Brazillian vessels.

,A Rich Practical Joke.-A friend told us a few
evenings ago; and though it was told to us in con-
fidence, we cannot resist the temptation of laying
it before our readers, let the consequence be what
it rin) : -
t" ln the western part of this city live and flour-
ish two jolly fellows, who follow sign painting for
a livelihbood--and who are sometimes in the hab:t
of cutting up what are termed high shincs."-
It so occurred, a few days ago, that 'one of the
partners had some out-door business to attend to,
and left the shop in charge of his partner and a
little boy who was employed to grind paints. Du-
ring his absence, the partner reisatiing went to
work and painted the boy's nreko, ;b as to repre-
t sent a large gash, and a cut over the eye. He
then took red paint, bespattered it over the floor,
and clotted the boy's hair, and made him lie down
in a corner- He then painted a great gash on
his own cheek, bared his bosom., disordered li1
dress, di 1: e a long-hladed knife in the red paint-
pot, and it{-'nik,, awaited the coming of h s
partner. Directly heheard him at the do,or, and
the performance commenced. The partner
stuck his head into the room door; one glance was
sufficient-the boy prostrated on the flo( r, with
his throat cut, groaning and crying murder-
chairs, tables, benches and paint-pots were strew-
ed around the room in dire confusion, while the
murderous partner, with the bloody looking knife
in his 'uplifted hand-, was running through the
room uttering wild incoherent expression. It
was evident tothe partner at the door, that his
partner had killed the boy. The thought was
horrid. Swift as lightning he flew to his father,
and imfotmed him of the circumstance. A num-
ber of friends Were n, ,t,..d, whorepaired forth-
with to the scene of action. The crowd augmen-
ted as it neared the shon--nid in walked the whole
posse-but what was their astonishment to find
the boy without a mark 'ofAny kind; the room in
perfect order; no mark of blood percetible,and the
partner engaged in lettering a sign! and in utter ig.
ncrance of any transaction of the kind, avowed by
both him and the boy, to the other partner's great
mortification-more especially as the persons he
brought there, hinted t'o one another that, during
his absence, he might have indulged too freely in
fire- water.--- Commonwealth.
tooev of C,,uatry.-The Abbe de Lille relates
'of an Indian, wlio, amiid the sAe ,dors of Paris,
beholding a banana tree in the "Jarden des
Plantos," bathed it with tears and seemed for a
moment to be transported to his own land.
The Ethiopean imagines that God has made
his sands and deserts, while angels only Were em-
ployed in forming the rest of the world.
The Maltese, isolated on a rock, distinguish
their island by the appellation of "The Flower
of the World."
The Japanese have such an affe'eti'on for their
place of nativity, that no advantage can induce
them, their agrictttural tribes in particular, to
quit the tombs of their fathers.
The Norwegians, proud of their barren sum-
mits, inscribe upon six dollars,-" Spirit of loyal-
ty, valor, and whatever is honorable, let the world
learn among the rocks of Norway."

.Modest Young Gentlemen.-A gentleman
advertises, in a New York paper, for board in a
quiet, genteel family, where there are two or
three beautiful and accomplished young ladies1
and where his society will be deemed a suffi-
cient compensation for board, lodging, washing,
and otheret ceteras.') Here is a rare offer, and
tempting as rare. Another gentleman, twenty-
five years of age wishes to be adopted by an
aged lady or gentleman, or both, of fortune He


says that he has the disposition and ability to
make himself agreeable, and, as the Bowery clas-
sics read, cant do anything else."
The Great Flood in the Welstern Waters.
-The loss by the flood in the Mississippi and its
tributaries this summer is estimated, after careful
. inquiry by the Vidalia (La.) Intelligencer, at six
millions six hundred and twentv-srwpen thousand
dollars-a total loss and annihilation of so much
property. In this, cotton to the extent of 139,105
bales, worth, at thirty dollars per bale, $4,173,150
is included. Meetings are called in the river
counties to memorialize the Government for aid
in constructing levees, or dikes, out the water.

03- E. N. Conway, of Arkansas, contradicts ire
the most emphatic terms, a statement made in
the "Little RockTimesand Advocate," that Gov.
Conway, of that State, had run offto Texas, con-
veying all his negroes with him. He says it is
basely false ; that Gov. Conway is located on his
farm, which he has cultivated for twenty years,;
that he has fifty negroes with him, and owes no,
debt which could induce him to run his neoroes
to Texas or elsewhere. He has long since, it is,
added, made arrangements with the government'
for the settlement of the judzrgment now standing
against him in favor of the United States.
/
.4Mfilllerism.-The New York Sun says that the,
Millerites in that city hold nightly assemblages,
where those believers in the immediate advent of'
the Saviour await his commin-. It is said they
have robes with them to put on whem the expec-.
ted hour arrives. No one can doubt the sincerity
of those persons, and yet we think they are under
a belief not warranted by the sacred writings, nor
the general aspect of human affairs.


I








American Boys.-Boys, when left to the un-
controlled indulgence of their propensities for
qurrel, are probably much more dangerous than
men. The three days of Paris affords an instance
of a revolution in one of the first nations of the
earth, efftcted by boys ; and the Polish struggle
was in like manner commenced and maintained
by minors. The muster rolls of our two wars
show, that a large number of those who fought
were boys; and in almost every struggle, wheth-
er on deck or in the field, they proved them-
selves worthy of their country. Every reader re-
members that Jackson was a hero boy of the rev-
olution. With most of them a fight is only a
piece of fun, and courage is the absense of the
sense of danger which a more natural discretion
induces. We remember seeing a boy about ten
years old, clambering upon the side board of one
of our old fashioned railroad cars, and observing
that he had one wooden leg, we cautioned him
against so dangerous an experiment, at the same
time enquiring as to the manner in which he had
lost his leg. He said that he had fallen from that
car, and it had so crushed his leg as to make it
necessary to cut it oft. Aand how," we endured
" can you venture again upon the car ?" Why,"
was his cool reply, I never heard of no boy
what had ever more than one leg cut off by the
cars," and continued to cling to the side of the
car with the utmost indifference to his danger.-
A very highly respectable gentleman gives us an
account of a similar development of American
character on the first fatal afternoon of the Ken-
sington riots. A news boy with his slouched hat
thrown jauntingly aside, his hands buried in his
pockets, stood in the market house, and looked
lauIghinly on as the battle progressed.
Shot after shot whistled by him, and many were
killed and wounded around him. Still he looked
on with the same comfortable, careless enjoyment
of the scene, until a stray shot struck him in the
breast, glancing first under the skin and inducing
a copious gush of blood. He seemed surprised,
and opening his coat said. Why dod blame the
scamps, they have shot me!" laying especial em-
phasis upon the last word. Some one near him,
instite I upon his leaving the ground. Well said
he "I guess I had better," and thu'sting his hands
'into his trousers pockets he walked leisurely
away.-Phil Chronicle

Two PREACHERS ARRESTED FOR STEALING'
Co'urER.FErT- NG, \c.--The Cincinnati Bulletin
relates the case of two preachers, named Coffee
and vV'ite, who were arrested a. -'it Sterling,
Ky., on the charge of stealing and counterfeiting.
They were preaching whe( they v'pre arrested,
at a cami) meeting, and sonr, o0' 0,, stolenn goods
were recognized as forming p4 J the dress of
Mr. CofTe's I i.,hiir, who was present. Coffee
was required to give bail in $500 to answer at
Court. Subsequently he was required to add
$100) bail, making $135:)( in all, a disclosure
having been made imnipic citing himIn deeply with a
set of villains who int'-st thit country, ani live in
the caves, &e., so numerous in these parts. On
the dyv following the arrest of' Cof-ee, the Rev.
Mr. '\Vhite was taken from the pulpit at the same
place charged with being particeps criminis. A
large amtiouit of counterfeit money was found upon
him.
T'he Forces in the British Idlia.- Are compu-
ted at three hutidred thousand men. Of these,
about twenty thous-nd are British troops. This
army keeps in subjection and empire rivalling
Europ)e in populont sess According to French
and other continental political writers, the Indian
army -' in iintaindil in order s, ely by the fear of
t'e E ri Is 1l, ,,i 1 0 d wivfll is entertained by
the ii itne' ,Dirir i r '.v:rds the foreignI
Convert to t'e 0 Ltholic Faith.--), A. Brown-
s>o ltorr of ir n)',v .) Qutrtrlv Reviewv,"
is said to have joined the Calthoilic Churchi. In
a note it the close of the O'-tocer numberr of hiS
joirnial, ho says:-" After years of wandering
')ubt awl perplexit, Wve have fo )id a resting"
place, and the heart the repose it has sought.a'
RAILIROADn IT Bw13n)rvAV -We learn that the
Common Council have decided that it is advisable
*to have a llroir)ii through h Broad way, and are
only waiting for a few more petitions before they
move in the matter. Nearly all landholders and
shop-keepers on that street have already signed
petitions. The track will be quite narrow, th"e
car being long and having but one seat, and
drawn by one horse. The tracks will go round
Bowling Green aid up to 21st street. No stop-
pages excepting to take up or set down passengers
will be allowed, and officers will be detailed
to enforce this regulation. No omnibuses will be
then permitted in Broadway It is proposed that
the road shall not be granted to a private company,
but built by the City, the proceeds to beapplied to
the payment of ti'e pub;hlic debt. A company has
already offered ;".-'', .' per annum for five years
for the use of tihe roa'l.-N. Y. Tribune.
It is adverse to talent, to be consorted and
trained up with inferior minds, or inferior com-
panions, however /,ig' they may rank. The foal
of the racers neither finds out his speed, nor calls
out his powers, it pastured out with the common
herd, that are destined for the collar and the
yoke.


- i- *=MARRIED.l
MARRIED.


In Tallahassee, On Monday, the 14th instant, by
the Rev. Dr. Yeager, Mr. J. CARIRAWAY
SMIT[I, to Miss MAftY WILLIS AUSTIN.


ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
MANSON HOUSE.
Capt Rice, brig C E Platt; Capt Park, brig Ann
Eliza; Capt Talbot. brig Virgina; Capt W Bedell,
brig GCaiyga; Capt A Robinson, Columbus; Capt
David mi th, N Orleans; A Littlefield, St N3arks;
Major [H B Kimbrough, Georgia; Capt A B Davis;
Capt L C Morton, steam boat Notion; J C Ru-;ell,
James Selden, S Russell, Connecticut; F E Du-
gas, Augusta; WVin Hone and lady, R May and
1ladv, \Vin tI I I.ghes, R J Moses, J C4M1aciay,
C II Connerv, [-I It Wood, [lez Suith, W C( Law-
rence, E C Roberts, A L Clern,-'nt-, A C Wagner,
I)13 \Vood, P C GK in, .J I MlcKincy, A Downer,
Win A Kain, A N McKay, J C Alien, D J Day,
Apalachicola.
CITY HOTEL.
H L Raymond, T T Tainter, John Duncan, WV
II Thompson, VW Seymour, J Peck, James Drum-
ond, J B Starr, B W O'NeO'Neal SO'Neal, Bright,
W II Luyster, L V Spratt, J II Hull, C J Shepard,
WV J Coffin, A J Smith.


RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per steamer Columbus-51 bales cotton to E P
Butts; 510 to D B Wood & Co.
Per steamer Charleston-117 bales of cotton to
A'cKay & II&rtshorne.
Per steamer Augusta-50 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co.
Per steamer Agn.'s-24 bales cotton to McKay
'& Hartshorne.
Per steamer Boston-150 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co.; 53 to E P Butts; 53 do and 34 bls
,cotton goods to J C Maclay; 42 coils rope to Lock-
iheart t Young.
Per steamer Notion-103 bales cotton to E P
lButs; 100 to D B Wood .k Co.; 99 to J C Maclay;
43 to W G Porter & Co.; 12 to Perry & Dickinson;
6 to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Siren-23 bales cotton and 6 boxs
tobacco to T H & C II Austin; 1 box tobacco to
McKay & Hartshorne; 4 sks meal to Z W Mc
Knew.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF APALACHICOLA......Oct. 26.


CLEARED.
Schr Magnet, Jenkins, for New York.
AR RIVED.
Brig Lawrence Copeland, Baker, 48 days from
Liverpool to Raymond & Hardin. Sept. 20th, lat.
47, Ion. 36, spoke Br. ship British King, 18 dysfm
Quebec for Liverpool, loaded with lumber; had
been water logged for 10 dys.
Brig Caynga, Bedell, 15 dys fin New York to
McKay & 'Hartshorne.
,rig-Metamora, Ashby, 20 dys fmt New York to
B Ellison & Co.
Schr. PI A Schroeder. Stafford, fm Baltimore.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Columbus.
Steamer Siren, Sharpless, fin Chattahoochee.
Steamer Columbus, Crenshaw, fm Columbus.
Steamer Augusta, Hall, fm Columbus.
Steamer Agnes, Allen, fin Jernigan,
Steamer Boston, J A Morton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Notion, L C Moiton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Siren, Sharpless, fm Brown's Ferry.
DEPARTED.
Staamer Jas Y. Smith, Smith, for Bainbridge.
Steamer Siren, Sharpless, for Brown's Ferry.
VESSELS UP & SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
NEW YORK.
frig Saratoga, Bedell, sail'l 26th ult.
Brig VW L Jones, Tyler, sail'd 10th inst.
Brig Manhattan, Doan#, sail'd 14th minst.
Brig Empire, Lewis, up to sail 17th inst.
Bark Rollili, G(berson, up to sail 19th inst.
Ship Florence, -- up on 16th, with despatch.
Ship Tuskina, Spencer, do.
Bark Colossus, M'Donald, do.
Schr Floridian, Hopkins, do.
BOSTON.
Schr Southerner, Taylor, sl'd 28th ult.
Schr Christiana, Godfrey, up to sail 11th inst.
BALTIMORE.
Brig Virginia, Cooper, up with desp'h 17th inst.
NEW ORLEANS.
Schr Cirah, up to sail 9th inst.


NEWPORT, R. 1.,
"l ..4 Ankurl An, Bir'lick, cle'd on 21d inst.

A Card.
T C. W. \ORDIN. tenders his thanks
to the citizens of Apalachicola and the up-coun-
try, (particuliary Marianna,) tbr past favors, and
respectfully solicits a continuance the ensuing
season, at the firm of FITCH! & WoRDtnX.
Gr'- qee advertisement.


Analachicola, Oct. 15th, 1844.


ol9 3t


The friends of Dr. S. W.
SPENCER. announce him as a candidate to re--
present Franklin county, in the lower House, at
the ensuing election. oct26

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

( We are authorized to an-
nounce WILLIAM H. ROWLETT, as a candi-
date to represent Franklin county, in the next
Legislative Council, at the ensuing election.


C 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*


if' We are authorized to an-
noOnce Col. SAMUEL BELLAMY, of Jackson,
as a candidate for the Senate from the Western
District at the ensuing election. sep30


(9c^ We are authorized to an-
nolune Dr. N. A. LONG, of Jackson, as a Can.
didate for the Senate from the Western Senatorial
District at the ensuing election. jy27*


0! 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

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

0,Y- 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
G OSHEN BUTTER-A few firkins, of supe-
rior quality, for sale by
NOURSE, STONE, & Co.
oct26 46 Water st.
OLD PEACH BRANDY-14 bbls Old Peach
Brandy, and a small lot of Old Monongahela
Whiskey, now landing, and for sale by
NOUSE, STONE & Co.
oct26 46 Water st.


L IVERPOOL SALT-1,250 sacks, just re-
ceived per brig Lawrence Copeland, and for
sale by RAYMOND & HARDIN,
oct26 33 Water st.


ON CONSIGNMENT-150 pieces Kentucky
Bagging; 159 coils Bale Rope. Also, a lot
of choice Hams, cured in Georgia, for sale by
McKAY & HARTSAORNE,
oct26 40 Water st.


W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,


IMPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per brig Lawrence Copeland-
1.245 sks 'salt and 11 tons iron to Raymond &
Hardin.
PASSENGERS.
Per stpamer Columbus-Mrs. Bender and 2 chil-
dren; Messrs. D B Wood. J. Lr Barber, H B Kim-
brough, H C Wagner, S W Fairchild.
Per steamer Charleston-Major A N McKay;
Jas Madison, J McKenzie, Parker.
Per steamer Augusta-Mrs. Van Veighten, Capt.
Marston, Messrs W A Kain, P C Kain, J M Me
Kinney, H R. Taylor, A Downer.
Per steamer Boston--Messrs Hughes'Dubignon,
and Jones.
Per steamer Sireni-Dan'l J Day, W Archer and
serv'ts.
Per steamer Agnes-Judge R C Spann, Messrs
S L Solomon, Gifflin.
Per brig Cayuga, from New York-F Kopman,
D Pratr, Sabine, J Crow, J Backhouse, and 10 in
the steerage.
Per brig Metamora, from New York-B Ellison
and lady, Thos Orman and lady, Wnm Hone and
lady, Mrs Roberts, M P Ellis, Barnard Ellis, Jno
C Russell, Stephen Russell, J S Selden, Jno S
Dickinson, R Steenbergh, J C Allen, W J Coffin,
C H[ Mather, Luther D Roberts.


Apalachicola, Fla.


Wm. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,


oct26 ly


.1palaclhcola, Fla.


1TlcKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
oct26 Apalachicola, Florida.

m'illeo & Co.


DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,


HATS, &c.
Cor. Water and Chesnut streets,


'oct26 Apalachieola, Fla.
II. R. Wood,
NI'OTARY PUBLIC
j- Office, cor. Centre and Water street,
bct261y Apalachicola, Fla.
Wi. H. KIMBROUGH. OHIN T. RIDOWAY.
Kimbroutgh & iidgway,
'COMMISSION &- FORWARDING
ME CHANTS.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
(tt4- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. oct26


J. H. Hall,


of the late firm of
[XV. A. Hardee 84 Co., Savannah, Ga.]
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Office, No. 48 Water street,


6ct26 ,


Apalachicola, Fla.


H. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
cor. Centre and Water streets.
The subscriber having taken that very
prominent stand, corner of Centre and Water
streets, is prepared to attend faithfully and prompt-
ly to any business intrusted to his care. oct26
Edw'd. C. Center & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT.
.Mobile, Ala.
0- Collections and Remittances promptly at-
teded to.
Refers to-Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne,
oct26 6m Apalachicola, Fla.
H. R Wood,
'CITY WEIGHERR,
corner Centre and Water streets.
0o26 Apalachicola, Fla.

Tailoring Establisihment.
rpHE subscriber, having just arrived from New
I York, with a splendid stock of Cloths, Cas-
sime'rte,.Vestings, &c. of the most fashionable
styles, which he is prepared to make up in the
most fashionable manner, and at such prices that
will give satisfaction to his customers. The busi-
ness will be under the entire management of
WM. C. LAWRENCE, who is well known as a
person that is fully competent to suit the taste of
the most fastidious, from his long experience in
this business. I shall continue to keep a first
rate assortment of Goods for Garments, together
with an assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs,
Shirts, Stocks, &c., to fit out a gentleman's ward-
robe, and shall use every exertion to give satisfac-
tion, that will make it an inducement for those
favoring me With their custom to continue to
do so. R. STEENBERGH.
Apaladhicola, Oct. 26, 1844.


N OT'ICE.-All persons having claims against
Isaac Jackson, late of Jackson County, de-
ceased, are required to present the same duly au-
thenticated, to the subscribers, within the time
prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate set-
tleme-. HENRY JACKSON, Ad'rs .. ,
STEPHEN JACKSON m "
Jackson County, Oct. '26, 1844. o26 2m


D ISSOLUTION OF 'CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The co-partnership of YONGE & TAYLOR
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business of the firing will be attended to by C. C.
Yonge, Who will continue to practice in the
Courts of Walton, Washington, Jackson, Calhoun
and Franklin counties, Fla., and in Henry, Dale
and Coffee counties, Ala., and in the Court of
Appeals, Tallahassee.
Mr. TAYLOR, has located himself in Abbe-
ville, Ala., and will practice in all the Courts of
that Circuit, and the adjoining counties in Florida
C. C. YONGE,
JOHN B. TAYLOR.
Apalachicola, Oct. 13, 1844. o26 1m


T HE subscribers are receiving their fall stock
of Groceries consisting of
Java and Rio Coffee, Mackrel, Cheese,
St. Croix Loaf Sugar, Codfish, Segars,
A first rate article of Brandy and Gin.
Also--Negro Shoes and Blankets, Gunny Bag-
ging and Kentucky Rope. All of which will be
sold low. WYLIE & McKENZIE,
oct26 42 Water st.
SUGARS, COFFEE, FLOUR, &c.-Received
per brig Cayuga, from New York-
5 hhds P R and St Croix Sugars,
10 bags best Rio Coffee,
20 bbls superfine Flour,
10 hf do do do,
10 boxes Goshen Cheese,
10 kegs do Butter.
All of which will be sold low for Cash, by
WM. A. WOOD,
oct26 23 Water st.


HOLLAND GIN.-One pipe Holland Gin,
first quality, just received by
DODGE & GARDNER,
sep30 40 Water st.


SOAP & CANDLES.-10 boxes Soap;
10 do Sperm Candles, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
sep30 40 Water st.
P AINTS, OILS, OAKUM, &c.-Just received
per brig 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.


STHE members composing this company
are hereby notified and required to assemble
on Saturday next, the 26'th inst., at 4 o'clock,
P. M., in front of the Apalachicola Ex-
change, armed and equipped as the law di-
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 Ser't.
Apalachicola, Oct. 19, 1I I 1.


THIRD REGIMENT-FLORIDA MILITIA.
Company B.-Company Orders.
l HE members composing this Company are
I hereby notified and required to assemble on
Saturday next, the 26th inst., at 4 o'clock, P. M.,
in front of the Markiet 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. W. CULLEN, Captain.
R. A. DOMINGE, Acting 0. S.
Apalachicola, Oct. 19, 1844.


ELECTION NOTICE,


AN ELECTION will be held in FRANKLIN
County, 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 tLUFF, 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.


P ERFUMARY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c.,
Superior Cologne Water;
Lavender do.
Orange do.
Bay do.
Essential Oils, of all kinds;
Balm of Columbia; Hair Dyet
Tooth Brushes, assorted;
Hair do do.
Cloth Brushes; Combs;
Playing Cards, French and Americaln.
Also, a variety of Fancy Articles; Soaps, &tc,
just received, and for sale at
JOHN JONES'
Hair Diressing Salooh'
tctl9 3m Centre, near Commerce street.


I clothing, &c.
F RESH GOODS !-Just received per Caroline
1' E. Platt, from New York :-
Over Coats, Cassimpre Pants, Satinet Pants,
Red flannel shirts, Kersey jackets and pants,
Linen bosom Shirts, Calico do; Suspenders,
Draws and under Shifts, Sattinet Jackets,
Sack Coats, Woolen Socks and Mitts,
Fur, 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.


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


PRIME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork, just re-
ceived and for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
augl9 40 Water st.
SALT.-1,200 bushs Coarse Salt of a superior
quality, just received on consignment.
For sale by
RAYMOND & HARDIN,
sep30 33 Water st.
W INDOW GLASS.-20 boxes 8 by 10 Penn-
sylvania Window Glass, a superior article.
For sale very low, by
J STEVENSON & CO.,
oct8 45 Water street,


oct26


REGIMENTAL ORDERS.

HEAD QUARTERS,
THIRD REDG'T, 1st Brigade, F. M.
Apalachicola, Oct. 12th, 1844.
T HE Companies composing the Third Regi-
J ment, First Brigade, Florida Militia, comn-
prising the Counties of Calhoun and Franklin,
will a4se~nble at Apalachicola on Saturday, the
16th day of November next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
fully armed and equipped as the law directs, for
Regimental parade and inspection.
The Regiment will be formed at half-past 10
o'clock on Live Oak street, in front of the dwell-
ing of C. G. Holmes, the right resting on Chest-
nut street, displaying Westwardly.
The commissioned and non-commissioned offi-
cers of each Company attached to said Regiment,
will meet at the same place on Thursday and
Friday preceding the Regimental review at 10
o'clock, A. M., to be drilled and taught the tac-
tics under the supervision of the Brigade Inspec-
tor.
The officers commanding Companies will im-
imediately after the Company musters on the
fourth Saturday in October, make returns of the
strength and equipmnents of their said companies
to the Adjutant of the Regiment, at least two
weeks previous io the Regimental mister on the
16th November next.
The law will be strictly enforced against all
delinquents. By order of
R. J. FLOYD, Colonel.
WM. H. HutG s,
Adjutant 3d Reg't, F. M.
Apalachicola, Oct. 12, 1844. o014 lm
THIRD REGIMENT-FLORIDA MILITIA.
Comvanv A..-Compani Orders,.


oct26


McKAY & HARTSHORNE.
40 Water street.


Fall and Winter Arrangement.
THE U. S. Mail steamer SIREN,
f4j 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,
o14 Contractors.


CO-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
4,. Consisting of Gold and Silver
-*-. ,. Watches, Keys, Chains, Broaches,
i "L,-,I;?. Rings, Spectacles, Pencils, Studs,
Sleeve and Collar Buttons, Head Ornaments,
Lockets, Miniture-Cases, Bracelets, Music-Boxes,
Purses, 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.
Wge- N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair-.
ing WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY by
C. W. Wordin-all work warranted. ol9 tf
T AKE NOTICE.-All persons 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, notified not to trespass
upon the lands by cutting Live Oak, Cedar, other
timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN, .Agent
.Apal'a Land Co.,
oct7 1m for .Apal'a and its vicinity;


FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.-Just
received a Fresh and General Assortment of
FALL GOODS, consisting in patt bf:--
Calicos, Muslins, Flannels, Linseys,
Silk Cravats, Quilt Shaws, Worsted Caps,
Kerseys, D)6tnestics, Canbfic Hdkfs,
Ladies' Kid Gloves, Linens; Suspenders,
Pongee Hdkfs, Black Italian Cravats,
Ladies Bonnets, fancy, fluted, Nepolitan, &c.
With a variety of articles suitable for the com-
ing Season. For sale by
sep30 ., FRANCIS KOPMAN.


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:-
Ge-its 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 Bbpts;
Do. calf sewed long quartered Shoes;
Do. Morocco and seal skin Slippers;
Ladies kid walking Shoes, Gaiters, &C.,
Do fluted lawn Bonnetts;
Do white lace Neapolitan do;
Infants Caps; Kid gloves &c., &c.
For sale cheap by
sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN.


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 Sofith
West, will confer a favor, by copying the above.
Apalachicola, Oct. 14, 1844.
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,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce steets.
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;
Foi ein 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

D SOLUTION 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,
HfUGH M. FARRIOR,
EPHALY McGRIFF.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15th, 1844, ol9 1m


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A


NEW YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKETS.


STAR LINE."
Ship Marianna,..............Phillips, Master.
Ship Rienzi,. ................ Clark', "
Brig Empire, (new). .........Lewis.
Brig Caroline E. Platt,........Rice,
Brig Virginia,...............Talbot,
Brig Saratoga;.............. Bedell,
Brig Cayuga,.................Bedelli "
Brig Mary,..,.., .........Richardson,
'pHESE vessels being of light draft of water
and commanded by experienced masters, are
well adapted to the trade, and will sail punctual-
ly as advertised.
C3- All goods forwarded to the subscribers in
New York, will be shipped free of commissions.
POST & PHILLIPS'
68 South street, New York.
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
40 Water st., Apalachitolal.
October 1st, 1844. o26y


FOR NEW YORK.-Star Line-The
regular packet Brig CAROLINE E.
&PAPLATT, Rice master, having most of hei
cargo engaged and going on board will sail with
despatch, for freight or passage apply to the
master, or to.


I








LEGAL NOTICES.

Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Robert J. Floyd, comp't.,
vs. IN CHANCERY
Curtis and Griswold, et al, j
defendants.
IT appearing to the Court rom a idavit filed in
this cause, that said Lewis Ct r.is and George
Griswold, trustees of the Apa.-_chicola Land
Company, and said John M. Berrien and David
Selden, who are defendants in said cause, reside
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: the
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
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, arid each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso:
against them (a copy-teste.)
GEO. tF. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1814. fel 4m
Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Robert May, comp't., )
vs. IN ,CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al.,
defendants. J
IT appearing to the Court from affidavit filed
in this cauie, 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 ths 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
publishedo ice a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, 'to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be take pro confess:
against them. (a copy-teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1814. jel 4m


FraUklini Superior Court. j
AT CHAMBERS. .
Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't.
vs.
Dodge, McDougald, Calhoun
and Bass, trustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-
chicola Lot Company; CHANCERY.
Lewis Curtis and George IN CHANCERY.
Griswold, trustees of the
Apalachicola Land Co.;
Myers, assignee in
.bankruptcy of George W.
P.'-Ross, defendants.
T 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, re juiring 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 3.st, 18-14. jel 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
iii said cause, together with the interest thereon,
from the first day of March, 18413, 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.
Apalachicolat District of Florida.
In Superior Court-Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
vs.
David D. Churchill, 5 Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
T appearing to the Court by arlidavit, 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 same newspaper published in the city of
Apalachicola, once a week tfor four months, re-
quiring him to appear and answer the said bill of
complaint on or before the expiration of that
timp, 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. 2S, 1814. mll-4m
NO iCE.-All persons are hereby cautioned
against trading for a Promissory Note given
by me to Samuel Gammon, for two hundred and
fifty dollars, (82.50 00) due, I think, the 1st of
March, 1815.3, endorsed by B13. 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, 1944. ol4tf
N O PTICE.-AII 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, 1814. slO lm


C ORN.-200 bushels New Corn, received per
steamer Siren, for sale by
sep'30 W A WOOD, 23 Water .t.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

NOTICE.-Six weeks after date I will apply
to the Hon. Richard H. Long, Judge of the
County Court of Jackson County, for Letters of
Administration on the estate of William H. 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 i6m
NOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court of
Jackson county, fer letters of dismnission 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 Hlon. 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
Tax Notice!
IN 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.
36
D2
C2
26
H2
H2
Fl
7Al
D2
HI
Imp'd E2
43
1
C2
Imp'd A2
Imp'd 10
8
17
B2
Imp'd E2
Imp'd A2
E2
Fl
E2
Hi
HI
15
30
Imp'd C2
Imp'd A
Imp'd A2
7F
F2


Lots.
4
15}
2&33
3
4
9& 12
1
1 &9
5&16


6


4
9


11
6
9
&7
7
3
2
3
11
10
6
5
11
9
& 17
& 12
8
7
00
00
2
4
15


Apalachicola, Ji


To whom assessed. cts.
A. T. Bennett,......... 22 00


C. E. Bartlett,.........
L. Birdsal,............
J. C. Birdsal,..........
Calhoun & Bass,.......
John Evans,..........
C. Edmondson,.......


8 ';
2 (
2 ;
10 (
2 l
29'>(


John Gilmore,......... 2
P. R. Griffin,.......... 1 (
Estate of John Gillispie, 2 2
Jacob Harvey,.........7 3
John Kerns,........... 3
John Kennedy,........ 2
J. C. Love,............ 3 (
William Low,......... 3 C
Charles McKinny,..... 5 (
J. Martin.............. 4
Mitchell Marzell,....... 32
Jno. T. Myrick,........ 5f
Joseph Mitchell,....... 4
K. McKenzie.......... 5 (
R. Maitland & sons,.... 7 (
Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6 C
A. J. Norris,.......... 3 (
Ogden & Ferguson,.... 1
Dan'l. Ryan.. ........ 3 :
John Ragan,.......... 2
prank White,......... 3 (
Thos. L. Wingate,...... 2
'-Ienry Williams,....... 6 (
PETER HOBERT,
City Tax Collector.
mune 7th, 1844. je15 6m


75
50
50
)0
50
)0
50
)0
25
50
50

30
)0
)0
)25
25
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)0
25
25
25
00
75
J0


$200 Reward!
SRUNAWAY from the subscriber about
Stwo years ago, two negro men, "JOHN"
and "ALBERT." Albert is about thirtv-
t--.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, and 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


$'200 Reward!
RUNAWAY, or stolen, two negroes
"LYCINDA" and JIM."-Lucinda left
about the 21st August; she is between 20
.9 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 foob)t 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


NOTICE.-Alli 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,
1S12; 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, 1814. o14 3t
PORTO RICO SUGAR-10 bls superior quality
Porto Rico Sugar, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
sep30 40 Water st;


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 hear 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
four 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 promote their election, by all
honorable means.
CoMMErCIAL.-Under thishead will be found the
latest statements of the various markets for our
staple productions, both Foreign and Domestic-
together with a carefully corrected Weekly Re-
view of our own market.
AGRICULTURE.--Whatever maybe 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 SEN'rINEL, 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 copiesfor 510-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.
W- 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-
ments can be made and a sufficient number of
subscribers obtained to warrant the publication.
@j- Persons wishing to subscribe will please hand
in their names immediately, and those holding sub-
scription lists will forward them by the first of Oc-
tober, or sooner, if convenient.
Communications by Mail must be post paid, to
insure attention.
WILLIAM B. HARRISON.
Editors in this and adjoining States, by giving
the above a few insertions, will confer a favor,
which will be duly appreciated, and reciprocated
the first opportunity.
c A Subscription list will be found at this
office.-SAVANNAH, SEPTEMBER 3, 1844.


PRINTERS' AND BINDERS' WAREROOM,
Nos. 29 and 31 Gold street, New York.-The
"IHoe 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 "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, and prin-
ters generally, that no pains shall be spared to
maintain the reputation of their establishment
and that all orders entrusted to them will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Editors and Proprietors will be supplied with
estimates in detail for Printing Offices or Binder-
ies, by informing us of the style and quantity of
work which they desire to do.
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.


JOSEPH SCHROTD,
No. 44 Water, near Chestnut st.
PA 7F:


PATENT
SIX BARREL SELE-REVOL-
VING- AND REPEATING
PISTOLS.


DEALER in Fancy 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 anrd 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-
fumrnes 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. 0o7 tf


Tailoring.
0- TERMS- Cash on Delivery. }
Fall and Winter Fashions just received.
THE subscriber' respectfully
jt informs the Citizens of Apalachi-
S cola, and its vicinity, that he has
removed his TAILORING ES-
TABLISHMENT to the new
building of Capt. Simmons, corner
Sof Centre and Commerce street,
and is now prepared, on reason-
-- -able 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, 1844. o7 tf

Blacksmithings, &c.
(THE subscriber respectfully in-
forms the citizens of Apalachicoia
v and its vicinity, that he has erect-
^ .ed on C'..'u r..- (in the rear of
m "-o' No. 22 WIaft-r) t'treet, 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


ADVERTISEMENT.
W ILLMER & SMITH'S EUROPE-
AN TIMES.-During the time this
journal has been before the warld, 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 orn 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 supersedes Shipping Lists, and other ex-
pensive publications from Europe, some of which
are six times the price of Willmer & Smith's
European Times."
Second'y-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 arc 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
mrniscellanebus 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 fegl 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 wilh great propriety he said to contain
the BEST PRICES CURRENT; the BEST
SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUROPE-
AN NEWSPAPER which reaches this country
from England; for it comprises in a co-"densed
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.
0- 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. Subscri-tion
FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM.

IT is the intention of the proprietors of the
"EUROPEAN TIMEs," to publish EXTRAS, con-
taining a digest similar to the European Times,
but more condensed: price three cents per copy,
which I shall have forwarded by post and railway
express, in a few minutes after each steamship's
arrival in Boston, and which may be obtained in
quantities at very low prices.
EDWARD WILLMER.
"EUROPEAN TIMES" OFFICE,
Boston, June, 1844. 5 jyl


C OFFEE.-100 bags Rio and Laguira Cofiee.
For sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, NeW York.
_.'^.f THE undersigned respectfully
l 11a inform the Old Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
DRY, formerly known as "JAMES
SCONNER'S" and more recently a4
...... CONNER & CooK's," and the pub-
lic in general, that they are prepared to execute
orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c6,
and every other article necessary to form com-
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable
terms, and of as good a quality as any other es-
tablishment in the United States.
The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
in style oIf face, and the material of which it is
made, particularly adapted for service in News-
paper Printing.
W-3. 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 3mn


WARM SPRINGS.
MERIWETHIER COUNTY, GEORGIA.
STHE PROPRIETORS of this watering
,, place, have been induced to open their
i., 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 inducements 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 .li,'e rpreseiit' 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, 793. feet-
quantity one wine pint, or 2,,%;. 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 temprerature of the Water, winter and sum-
mer, 90 degrees."


A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly
for ri.1>,!. 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. Vit'.-., will fine no difficulty in reaching
here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augusta, Macon
and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and
Hacks run daily from both places here, so there
will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage
also leaves Columbus three times a week by the
way of Hamilton, for the Springs.
The Proprietors will be ready to receive Corn-'
pany on the first May.
SEYMOUR R. BONNER.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.
The Warm Springs are so well known that we
do think it necessary to trouble the public with a
long array of certificates, setting forth their claims
to the patronage of the invalid, as well as the
man of health and pleasure. We will therefore
only invite the attention of the reader to the fol-
lowing letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell, of Colum-
bus:
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 whq
may wish to leave their own homes and firesides,
during the sickly season, to seek a place where
they can enjoy health, and all the comforts of'
cultivated and refined society, to point them to,
the Warm Springs. In its Topographical situa-.
tion, it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering:,
place in the United States. The Medicinal vir-.
tues of its Waters from the Chemical analysis sub-
rmitted to the public by the States Geologist, has.
aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rhea-.
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 Qf some.
kind friends who have been either radically cured:,
or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Watere*
of the Warm Springs.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of 11igh bcnsi-.
deration your obedient servant,
J. J. BOSWELL.
To Col. S. R. Bonner.

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


SSNABURGS.-10 bales Cotton Osnabtrgs.
Nos. 1. and 2, for sale by
sep30 W A WOOD. 21 W$ at.


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26, 1844. [NUMBER 44.

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ADVERTISER I CARDS.Thomas CARDS. From_ Graham's Magazine.TO .i tossed the rosy, laughing boy on high, or nightly- 4

-- LUCY DURING HER ABSENCE. whistled him to sleep.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYBY N. YORK N. QRLEANs7cQLUMBUS&c.fcc. And Ellen >;
Preston, i" BY AMEUA.: was happy-happy in the affectionate

J. L. WYMAN..e.3ihirJ COMMISSION I and FORWARDINGMERCHANT. The dew is on the blossoms and the moonon kindness of the man whom she had never up; {
DO tf INGE & young;
R. A. IPS! IS llliW&mrnffili1' the sea.NIt braided in his folly and degradation, now that he .

BlltZ ll'J Buildings, corner of, Office, No. 33 Water street-up stairs. '///v.?. 135 Water Sf S'') Pine street. D is the twilight tnnr-the hour for you and me- was restored to her, himself and society. She ''

tory & Chestnut streets' oc9 6m Apalachicola, Fla. NEW YORK, Tie time when memory wanders across life's once more, as in days when grief alone by name
Con-nerce : dreamy tracks she knew, felt thankful for his reformation and 1
PHILANDER KIMBALL:
-- CIIAS. A. GRCEV, CHAS. H. COXXERY.rccsi Proprietor.Anttrew When the past floats up before U=, and the lost dreamed that halcyon days were vet in store for
')t..t\.'tS PER! ANNUM.tT.VBLS .
.AT THREE & S. Coolie comes stealing back ; her. I l
IS ADVA.VCE.ta Comicry, And while along the still footsteps
COMMISSION MERCHANTS COMMISSION MERCHANT shore my lonely Alas! that the brightest dream of a fond wife

'1t of tel line* or less (twenty lines ro'eVith : and mother's existence should be broken
'rtie o :? : No. 33 WateV No. Canal rudelyand
5 \
tar insertedt street, cor.Tchoupitoulas st. the deep blue far beneath me, and the paleup forever
ortioi) conspicuously oil ly Apalachicola Fla. X. w Orleans, La. above, "f by that fatal curse-one more first

at t the following rates : Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, And with their trembling footsteps the faint stars glass. Yet so it was with poor Ellen's dream of ;'

.1 .{zf.. .. ... $10 { Oie month, ... $: 53: WylicCOMMISSION& itJcKenzic. janlS tlnov Apalachicola, Fla.SIIEPARD tread the sea, hope and happiness. .
te mirth'rfSBRflUL} ., ... .i n'l Three weeks,. .'u 2 0!) MERCHANTS I think upon you, Lucy-do you ever think of me 1! returning from his office one evening Mar I

$.1 tape ...i i Two."I s.l, 50 No. 42 Water street T. Ltretscorr. WM. II. WYA" ston, being caught in a shower, stopped in atav-
rr. Oh in
this
Lucy hour when the
.'l\'lI rn I1t'*.. ... 10J O.ae; insertion. ...1 0).fjci : Apalachicola.AT..VA LillincoUVttt, waves have sweet met, stars and ern where were assembled many of his acquaintances -

/ :\1.".-ti'neits are sent without any spe- WYMB, ) GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And the full heart most'remembers all it wishes to some reading the papers others talking j jpolitics

cul hr' ctio >* as to the' nil'nl)3r of insertions WM. A. McKENZIE, ) sepl ly No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st., forget, &:, around the bar. Marston complained of

roplrI'J., it will b3 understood that they are to 4 1 NEW ORLUANS. ap2011 When the deep hush of the twilight seems such a being wet, and was: advised to take a glass of

.1 will there- holy time, vThat brandy 'he knew full well his and t
to !p:nln'ie UNTIL FOR ln; they David (R. Rancy, i ; propensity,
fjrsb1 cjitinel: at our discretion, and charged I I COMMISSIONS FOn.V AR))MERCHANT; Thomas ISertrn.ni, to smile' .crime were almost. sinful. and'to whisper' that to be temperate hf must abstain entirely, yet
were f"
1'rrIii; to the for:::goinr: rite AND DEALER IN GOODS, ,' COMMISSION[ MERCHANT. \ 'Tis sweet along a these, dim with :I he was now no longer the dependent clerk-whose
paths
,:Il! \IvertHnonts of Wh C'l the term of pubM"nti'n No. 43 Water (street. No. 51 Common street. to glide lonely steps inebriety might; be punished with instant dismissal } (
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| is (fivei bv Iv.v, will oily b? excepted jan29 tin Apalachicola Fla. NEWOnLEAWS. nova Jy For the moon is in the far blue, and the breeze i sat ; and loss of character: ; he stood high now as a ,

fr-nth3abve;, rule. InV side : merchant and man of wealth ; whom could it injure 1

TitH H? 'v'10 il rtiis bv t'i3 year liberal dis- B. Ellisott & Co., ; J. \Woodland &: Co. But yet my heart is heavy, and my voice bath lostit -that one glass ? Besides to whom was hfc r

',-I It will! !)J 'nib : hit ill advertisements notrt1v DEALERS IN ;MISCELLANEOUS GOODS COMMISSION' MERCFANTS, glee, accountable ? '

(* ') 'rtuliiz to their own business, as AND CO1lti1ISS10MEUCEIANTS: : No. IS Commerce street, I am sighing for you,Lucy-do you ever sigh for me"! Man Marston ask to whom accountable? to ,
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\\ l lj Il ilv-Tti No. 33 Water street New Orleans, La. nova ly wife, your children, and-your God Had
\c411:111 : : ; n'ntssa-itinbythem, decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.V. Dear Lucy in your absence where'er your wanderings your 1
a-ili1), '-'urjdd' 11t the u;'nl rites ---- tend!, he not showed that he could keep his word when

$ n I''I'lc' *n.j its of candidates for office, will \ A. Wood, JTas. fj. Francis, You niMs-t ]keep within your pure heart a sweet necessary ? Had he not abstained totally for the '

'I' I Ir :" \ vivn TIIM.VHS during the canvas; COMMISSION: FOR Ar.Ml DING :MERCHANT, MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER thought!:; for your friend, last: three years ? Then whom could this one

",i't ih! i 11 ill *riae* in advance.Til : AND SHIP \NDLER, /Vo. 2-2GJ Bowery, near lltcington st. Till you sit' once more in beauty within your father glass: injure ? The sequel showed.
NEW YORK. noel ly s hall, -V When Marion returned home later than usual
> fllh vii! gentleman: are our anthori.f No. :!3 Water street, ___ With a soft smile on your young lip, and a pleasant i4
"- .4 his wife hastened to meet him with his infant
Fa.GROCERS ,
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-- -
13 i t'1W eraowered to receipt sep30 Apalachicola, word for all
}.f t 'It. : 11 ire : i .
New York Xcw Orleans and Miscellaneous boy in her arms. Pushing past her, he complained -
; II' tK'j'it! ->f nv s'i'nriptions, advertisefflt I.fll' Alas 1 the bret ze is balmy, and the hushed wave
!
,! ir T i I'r -m-iti :, ti t b. forwarded to us- Dot!;{to, 4 G U'lH' ., ADVERTISEMENTS.PRINT dep'y blue, : of headache, but Ellen was not deceived, the i (

'l'I'hri)1a Fla. .* tCO_ :>nIJ SIOlEltClIAXT:3: And flowers are in my pathway, but no lighthearted smell of brandy:, though of late unused to. it, was ,f)1) ,
n\. "i; \L. ) : ,
010 Water street, Lu never to be mistaken. She had seen him thus x14 4 \
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J. ?. 3 we BZ, St. Au.ri the, F.la. : WAREHOUSEIN I .
declS Ap.iUchicola Fla. Oh dIe summer-months without such a lonely before.
you
St.; J' srh FJa., .
Uv. PEW; : NEW YORKTo
time will be The babe clapped his rosy hands and crowed J
\. IJ.\-{ CH, Hrowi's: errv, !Fh, IZ. R. Wood, supply the City, Southern and Interior trade I am sighing for you,Lucy-do you ever sigh for met for joy as he stretched out his little arms to be t;,

\. *. -;'l'S-\D.-.- .. '-\' 1'1'1al' Co., GiVS ....... AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION: AGENT, by the Piece or Package.No. -, taken, but Marston complaining of his noise put Whim

-- No. 31 Water-sheet, 44 Cedar street, near \ViIIi From the New Orleans put
,U P.LCIIICOI.P.CKETS.. Picayune.
: V V )1K i mirl ly Apalachicola, Fla. & KRKW.STER give notice to BEWARE OF THE FIRST GLASS! :td in his mother's bosom and snbb d himself to l'l'ht

;. r., t>r:; m DRY GOODS, that they have removed sleep. The first glass! being induct! in but created j
.
t ? ;L tl:. J rr.utcis iOiHIHUI, their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED .,1 Tale of the .Middle Wafts of Life.BY a desire for mere, and the next day 'twas ': '."

; tl''lr WHOI.TS.\fI'; .VVD: Iur.\ii. DKALER IN CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY: from Pearl, to .1. D. B., OF LOUISIANA. with unspeakable horror that Ellen saw, by her J ,it
n" Pat Tsnc.Irfu
: .c SHOE. DIIV; GOODS.! CI.O HUNG, HATS, &c. No. .t.1 1 Cedar street. By confining their attentionto Taste husband's manner on his return to dinner, that ,}:
the wine within the
Win.r.v.I; J D not -
,' \ .\. : \T Pr H'le.tit master.'i' Clvapfor Cash, PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabledto Let not that curse he thine :- cup he had been drinking, but she knew not how (.( '
'n. I
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.v,, I t Pirn: P W Llthd'll! oct Cbestiuit-Strcet: Apalachicola, Fla. exhibit} an assortment far supposing any ever 'Tis rich and red, halt grief and,woe deeply. 4; ".
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before offered in America; and to sell at prices as Are hid its rosy depthbelow.'*-WILLIS. Secins that she was afraid to trust the child in }!
: ,
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1 | \LDver
allfu.
;; 1'1\ / ; JattiesTIOU3E f.3b-.nu. low, and generally lower, than those whose attention his arms as was her wont, Marston with the ob= ;;
\\T ''I Ellen Canning had. when a mere child
MII'MM O-iiivs yet ,
in
4ttt r .,' SIGN, OKNMENTAL PAINTER i is dividedarnon alar variety of articles.: stinacy peculiar to inebriety insisted upon taking
'1..1"1. :" ,. W C PArk her troth to love and"to honor" talen-
a
) plighted
: r.i !
AND GLAZIER, The stock consists of several thousand patternsand : him. But the little f How remembering his repulse -
I'
." \ . II Ashleys ted dissolute slender income
r. )Im n, though young man
\p ichicola, FhTJ color, embracing every variety of AMERICAN of the prcceeding night, or perhaps frigh 1
". .-..-} f I drill( of and habits. In vain her relatives
: \ arc 1J1 liiht water, expensive argued -
T .' Kc'i); runstntly on: !bind i full SM nlv; of! ANA FOREIGN PRINTS in market ; toned by the violence of Ins manner, clung the
n 1.1 \ '!1'.' '* tar ihh,> tr trig, of tin h *-r ni iii.ti that such an union could produce nought
I'titrv ; (
Punts Oil*, Glis, 41&or.. Wor'c done; ni'iny styles of ivfiich are got up exclusively for closer to his mother. Marston, as has been said tt :
.. J f.' 'red.! AII'I' !'iii-l- but the hearted had
g'rl
warm pleaded
> i > misery -
I I 'i t I' n save ;
ii-i: the most l't'a..ol.1hle: term. aujrl'J!! their own sales, and cannot be obtained elsewhere had been drinking more deeply than his wife snspecf r1
',' I hti'M- all i will til that since Harry Marston had .
', I MI ; ;pvi'Mtllv'k so earnestly,
except in second hands.Dealers ed. The fumrs of the liquor he had swallowed
t .'r'-1:; 1. '>VUi the* 'I)hv of tiling. I Itiuo'i .t"ane" p. u'riI', separated: himself from his former gay companionshe
in Prints will find it to their interestto had risen to his brain, and maddened at what
'Ii will IiI th Mil! f: !IowTi'ii'i" PORT W 1R! )rt1:: AN i) theatres, bar-rooms
!li\ t'i : H s n Ir t > : : :NOi'VRV PUBLIC, no longer frequented he 1
call awl examine this stuck, before makinpl1J'cha.rs he called the brat's obstinacy, snatched him
: : .d'I-*Izeis: S U, without li.jn!, r-J. A'ulichicoli, F'h. club or billiard-rooms"! a3 to draw a reluctant
elsewhere, for by so doing they will from his mother. Ellen clasped her hands as she
::joH; .{"' l< forvtr.lAl to s'l'ncrib.'rs.;, at n. \*;. 11 M'ntrr street. consent: fn.m her father, thrush the old gentleman -
have the advantage of l learning; the lowest market: saw him furiously swung 01'high, and called cr'
\,\CX' \'urk., will be I -ilipL.1/ I f free of commission.M : GCr: He would reocctfully solicit the patronage hinted that the Ins of his situation hook- :" "
price, and comparing all the most desirable and rather sere med Oh, hurt him not,Harry! but
%..!). II''J'\.i"' I') i & CC)", r.f hi ; Irifr.vis and 1'acquaintances.5J. keeper from the extensive western commission
I I faIio.iahle!> ; stvlcs in market, side by side. ere the words were ended the helpless, un-.
STU'It.., :'\. Y., or, ---- --- house of the B-'s was owing to his sad propensity t
GJ:: Cat iln ;ue.s of Prices, corrected with every offends,: babe was dashed to the first landing of
N3::rr sr:, STONE: & co., 5J.Wood., vari.tion of the market, are placed in the handsof for tipplin Though Ellen could not the stairsA

s",? -\Vater--t.., Apil'.i.Anctiati NOT R Y 1'1JI31IC, buyers. oct? tfn defend the past, sue spoke with proud securityof scream from his wife so wild and heart-ren- {
-- ---'-- in "but he has
:No. 31 Water-street, the future, the simple appeal,
ding that the agony of death seemed to have pas-
Rnsinc marl 1) Apnlachic: ,11. Fla. ComuiisMois ISusine&s. joined a Temperance Society now, papa.? sed in it, roused Marston to a lull sense to what '
Alas girl' she knew l not, that he, whose
''r
THC subscriber will !ba p
f} pre- New Yogic, .vl.irch 12th, 1814. he had done. He ran to raise the quivering formof '
.\. p.Cltt"'1s, cause she wa so warmly pleading had often before -
the !
pared, on or about ti! i'l-t. that hte much his and
boy, joy and
derived so
knowledge of business pride,
CWITH
:: a
LIC and
: NOTALIV PUB signed i the temperance pledge as often,
ti. transact; the AUCTION BU- bore him and to bed. He 1 I
in bleeding mangled
than
from of was
an more twenty years
experience back-slidden
from hispromise
and hOCSby No..23 Wtcr.trl'et; unable to resist temptation
in this
:XESS
City, ; snbi-rrd f
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good completely f
= Fa. = although he felt it estranged him from
1r) Apalaehicflb,
strict attention and :( !) ,
pnnctui' Finding that his life was not extinct, he turnedhis
facilities the undersigned( i to'idcr their services,
f t : the esteem and confidence of kindred and friends.
iitv, he will yet not where of T UMIJER I PECTOH.-The utlder.sigiedhiving i: as COMMISSION MERCHANTS} for the purchase first few months after their marriage lJarton's attention to his wife, while a servant was dispatched i
For the :
t -
\ XTnJiALl' : ; '* '?. Having obtained a new Lj heen aopointed} Inspector! of Ivimbfr aid sale of all kinds of Produce, and Foreign conduct bade fair to fulfil his wife's prophecy for a phvsician. Long and fruitlessseem-

'nnl..qrl'l: i frotn the Governor, he feels confident! for the Co'i'iry of Franklin, oiWs; !.iis services to and Domestic Goods. ed every: effort to recall that life which from that i#
infatuation
but !
for the future again, strange
sat tlltiWI, C.TI or shall, prevent him from use- the !public in that criacitv: and will attend to all Their business will be conducted upon established ; inducement young stricken mother seemed forever fled. But xi 1
i : pia !Jest exert tons for their commands. said) he, without any particular cause or 'I over the hcrrorwith which she shrunk from
t ; duties appertaining: : to appointment. } principles:;, and with a view to prompt returns first and of indemnifying pass
JVS. B. -;'f.H H Water street. tried another glass, by way ,his and for her child and the
enquired
((0* once: corner Commerce and ForhestreC't.:; for all sales elected, and answers to all himself abstinence, drank to such support ,

\,alir'iipolat, O.-t. .1 Nt, l 111. o" H JOHN LUCA orders with winch they may be favored. to lose hn past employment of book-keeper,, agony; with which she heard that though he might
-- excels as
--- --- -- o- :) 11. olO! tf live, his spine had been injured, and he would
To AmiTiomi 55ir. :A1tl.'l'hirnla! t. ]1,1:1 x Bills of Exchange di'awna- :tinst shipments of and once more alienate the respect and confi-

,1:11 tcT-i.ne.l 1 co'itcmlati; s putting i : to Press I.. W. Sin-aft, Cotton or other Produce, will he duly or honored on dence of his friends-all save one-that; one, his a cripple Marston fir might life!again be seen carrying th. babe I i
TIE of Invoice and Bill I ailing, by special
t-n-s.uni; Kirin; the! fir volume of ATTORNEY ,\; COUNSKLLOIl) AT LAW. receipt / with advices of patient, suffering, uncomplaining wife-she still about in his arms,but how different his manner-
\ CJOTES OF THE fur the future ,'de in this city. All agreement for funds at maturity, remained the same.
CEXr:"; A\ I) \ WILL rr how altered the former gay tone of hw voice H.
\\HfUC.fLH.." have commuted le-r.tl, l b:ninelo his responsibility of drawer Soon they were reduced from a respectable
: longer called on the laughing bojrj
nowno
care while a re-ident] of Qninev', will please! ad- FOWLE, DE COIN & CO., to and, bj as rapid a transition rosy ?
,
Mr brethren thr'>nj'>ont tie! U sited States are competence poverty to notice all that passed around, but still the
drr's... him this lie\ will continue a mar30 Gm 7S Pearl street.
at place regu absolute and Ellen
from to
,
from their poverty penury ;
nested to aid: me with' contributions and plaintive meanings of the little.utff'rer on his
Jackson
the of --
larittt'ni! l cn arts -- -- -
f '1t'c.ti\'p Si.\es, locating i particularly i the (ail-dens counties trace upon, and the Court of Appeals at BLUE STORE:?"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS with an infant daughter, was at lat compelled, breast, with a tenderness and sltcltudethat spokethe

'."le"or *4 \'iecd'te' in the proper County cr Tdllalns-\ by the fear of seeing her babe die from the want deep feeling that lay in the father's heart for

J..1rICt. .\; The co-ilfi'vitio'j* will tw very niun- Ot ice I over iV..1. Wood's} No. 23 Water street. Tlios. .U:. Doyle &:; Co. of the care and comforts she might secure: to it his crippled boy.

7uii\ mnv of{ them from the far North and .\ntll1ir'oh. .. I>1 tt. SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS beneath her father's roof, to accept for it and her- The patient little victim was six months old at

7..t t, I tin it r" }'.i-st: lilY friend-! to :Jay I the posteoi'h"n. 1 Oi. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee, self that asylum which was not extended to her I the time ofthe accident, as that act violence
O.DL
lZ : I shin !hj aided in this 'linga'L? and! W's. Sydney Green, ;Iff. and at No. 20 Natchez street, drunken husband.Altho was reported the physician and servants to bet

.%t'rz; : work' bv mite of the ohKst and most !1 G'KEV{ tdK'-i'th'-. opjnrtunity; of expres- ORLEANS.. ugh; Mr. Canning refused to admit Mars- and he lived until his birth'day came round,

:"ir,' ..' of the Sourhern Bar. 111!; his ntitiide to !his: pitrous; and toas.virethMii ton an inmate of his family, still fur Ellen's sake eyelids closed "calmy ad a i i
.) led :Members( tb it it ,.!tilll.! .. his: eni-.t.uit! ofHeavor to ren- when his fringed
3 o A;
:*it ,. Pensicola, Florida.:' niT1! on (',.'l trl'. n-Mr Water street.I dec25; ERS in Paints: Oils Varnishes Turpentine :and! repentant man with respectable clothing, (even breathed his last.

RICHARD ROB"i'j"lt"I)1a Window Glass: &c.Vill keep constantly on his clothes had been pawned at the cabarets for Mjrston never again tasted of"the wine with t

P July 1st, IS;; II. iLioti & Owe cm, hand, a :good ortment, of the above as follows : dr:1m.and in consideration of his once more in the cup," business prospered with him,and beI .

will: ATTORNiV'S' & COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Nos. 1 and 2 signing; the. temperance pledge, under a solemn I the world and
r Jvl\tors\ favorable to the undertaking} WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, = ; was accounted by a prosperous a
tease cou.; Abbeville: and Troy, Ala.WILL White and Red Lead, dry ; Venetian Red ; promise; not to violate it, he furnished him also !I happy man. But they saw him not when tears'

prarticc in the County and Circuit Yellow and Oxford Ocree ; Ivofy Black ; with letters to a respectable mercantile house in [ fell.last upon the upturned face oft tbelittleAlthta

Hrxrs \t-d! .! CHT 5' :M .\GAXINRND of t the counties of:Montgomery, Pike, Chrome Green and Saxon do; Cincinnati. lIe left New Orleans immediately, :. as she asked why little brother died.'*

:!RCI \L TU:VI \\', tablished Coffee, Due, Henry: and Haibottr, composing: the Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black ; and was shortly after his arrival installed in Cin- Not long after the death: of her little darling

d!-il, KU:;: Sy FI; +:M\V: : HTNT: Editor and'Yarirtor eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama. Green and Blue Verditter; cinnati as book-keeper to the firm to whom he I, Ellen returned home to her father's in New Or-

Ton Semi- \nnn.il Volumn, of about WOODSOX I... LIGON Chrome Yellow and Orange do; was recommended. For a year his conduct gave leans-to die. ,

", !):t;.. pirh, <,nntctP.ll.Vith the number! Abbeville, Henry co., Ala. FINE COLORS :Ultamarine and Cobalt ; entire satisfaction ; out of his: salary he sent regu- Doct<.rs called her malady consumption, but

Maly i-nt cTirncncel the -i\tli i year of the HASTINGS E. OWENS, Lallow Lake and Crimson do; 1 hr remittances to New Orleans, to pay cff the her husband alone knew that her sun of 'earthly

!ta1e'e of thu :-ta HI uti Periodical. It U the Troy, Pike co., Ala. Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red ; debts contracted during his term of inebriety. happiness had set forever when his aria hid i with

II"JWl'lr'ot of the km.1 in this or any other counnd : Refers to- Chinese Vermillion ; English do; During the year his regular upright conduct and maniac force, tore from her breast its cherisheddarling t'

'1'"; '4ithoi li mainly devoted to the interests! COl.:1 :""<\I1i t.er, JlIenryco.Ala.r Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre; attention to business, so pleased his employersthat and hurled it to-its erave.

,-4 wnts: of the comnu-rnal: and! business; com- (; n. A J :'HC \ Terra de (:i-ina! ; Purple Brown ; York do; unsolicited, they raised his salary, inas- He asked not, hoped not for'her tolive,although t ,

*f:'tv, it hai he'ome; : an in'Iigpett
.er lIce to the Statesman and Political I Econo-:: G n'l. John Dill, Fort Giiues Ga. Emerald nd Paris; Green, &c., &c. to whom he had promised neither to write to his have bought the life of her he had so injured, for

"'!
'itiTihracpeverv subject! connected: with Cone'ree January 2.th, J IS U. _j jan29 tf Spirit Turpentine ; Sperm Oil ; her tojoin'him. He now wrote, confident in his mint death now be welcomed oy his Ellen as the

and! avigttion; Agriculture and Manu- NOTICE.The under- Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000> ; present upright course and tried abstinence, praying kind friend who would terminate her earthly auf
'rtes: ; Currency! and B.mkinsr; Fire and Mar- CO-PARTNERSHIP with them Mr. H. Varnish do. of all sizes; that Ellen might be permitted to come to
4 of : : him. A kind answer; was returned, and in another after letter sealed
Durance ; the Laws and..Reu.lationi: ; General Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8 ; Badger Hair; And when a few weeks a i
.I\de. (including: important' decisions in the dif- W. BROOKS, will continue to transact a Business, Artists' Sable: Filchers, flat and round; month Ellen rejoined him in Cincinnati. with black was placed in his hand, he read it It ,
'?tat Britain Commission; Forwarding, and Shinning Another passed, and Marston was left settled calmness of {
Courts of the United States, Great Co. Brussels;; do Blinders of all sizes; year through with the despairand ,
fire. etc) under the firm of NOURSE, STONE &STONE. Sable & Camel; Hair Pencils, land 1 J in long comparatively wealthy by the death of his fathor.a bowing his head down on the fair brow of hit

uhas and will continue to be the aim of the NOURSE & Stock and Kalsomine Brushes; I ( coffee planter in the West Indies,) and had living child, lie murmured" Althea, you t
ht br J?. F. NOURSK, entered the commercial house of which he had little brother efjildCoil's
and hay ,
r Proprietor of the Merchants' Majpi.to 1 1844. Marking Brushes, round andflit. ; mother gone toyour my
11' H. B. SroNn, V Apalachicola, Aug. During that )
a
been a book-keeper, as partner. will be done!
avoid oranal
of political, hrushes
every thing; a party: all! Scrubing and Shoe ;
; bias conduct of the H. W. BROOKS. ) and Patent do year his family had received( the addition of a
or bearing: in the Speakers, :Mahogany: Shined ;
a' hov beautiful, healthy child, and Mirsfnn might nintmentby the President.-Vespasian Ellis rt.dPP
fair dist a
'tope'1in and
; its pages to the five { OF CO-PARTNERSHIP Whitewash and Mop do;
DISSOLUTION be when returning from his office, carrying ol Missouri, to be Charge d'Affaires of the
10'j of antagonistic doctrines connected with of FARRIOR &. brushes ever seen r i.
: \J The late firm CHESTER, During, Fancy and Shaving ;
the boy in his arms hi* favorite, pride United States to the Republic of Venezuela inthttdace ,
: great interests! of Acriculture, mutual consent rosy
Commerce is this dissolved
... McGRIFF, day by Fancy Feater Dusters; What though: he felt all a lather'spride of Allen A. Hall.
l'Urt h1req,and the Currency. of the parties. Hugh M. Farrior, is' duly VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do; and playthinz.his eldest child, the beautiful little Althea -

1'2 ': 5sir.ine: is published at No. authorized to settle all the unfinished business of Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do; m blue and dirk curling Large Dividend.The Neptune Insurance

Fnltni !street New York, on the first of eachtat said firm. WILLIAM CHESTER: !Mi*tic. for Pictures &c. with her deep eyes and Company of Boston has declared a senu-annual ='
!' hair still siie to him mores a stranger,
wte.five ad- HUGH M. FARRIOR, WINDOW GLASS-2,300 box assorted sizes of was that she dividend twenty per cent, payable on demand ,
he never replied to a question of her age, tc'r
w complete sets work EPHALY McGRIFF. French Enzlish: and American.
-ten : Boats was four }Par; old witho-it si',hininvolu! itanly :: St. Augustine i?, by rarrf' than J rty. jt.aia
for eteam ;,
Remi.a niu)1 volumes of about !) 1mSUGARS.I0 colors,
800 pices Oct. 15th, 184 1. ot Mixed Paints of all
03- time 5t
h. Apalachicola: at the thrnuht of h-nv small a portion: of that the ol lest town in the U-cited tes1oU! in
neatly: and substantially bound, can be had Croix Shipping and Plantation use; together with a None of it standing which are said to haVfevbteabuilt
hhds Porto Rico and St. she had been permitted to know him. are yet !
i&ave.subs ption price by applying at the office by variety of articles in t. Painting. pine, too JV'6 numerous I? these harrowing recollections were his as he many years before Virginia,was ctiIgni ed.
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I the General of Marine to the' different Spanish REPLY OF PRESIDENT HOUSTON TO GEN. Port Regulations in Brazil.-;, 1

IIIVEaPSEII.! I men-of rear in the harbor to send yards and top- WOLL'S MANIFESTO. goverment have made the following ne il1i

j'l1' I Supposed masts down, and to run out other anchors,according EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, > lation to the anchorage dues to be decree '-* *-

APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, COT. 25, 1W4. I to the peculiar situation of their vessels. At Washington, July 29, 18.1,1.5 I different ports of that nation : charge la the
Lost.! I :5; o'clock, P. M., Barometer at 29 30, the weather To His Excellency, Gen. Antonio Lopez de BRAZILIAN DECREE. No. 371

,f ELECTIONS; From I turned itself into a complete hurricane, from Santa Anna, President of the Republic of ARTICLE 1. From the 6th NovenL
the N: N. E. with an impetuosity unknown to Mexico. the anchorage dues : a

I I .1f'lr."lll1zl.The official returns from all the an Reef we : the oldest seamen. It continued the whole night, i SIRIt appears by a letter received from General ships on foreign trading upon will Brazillian be r and V tfJrtl, t

counties give Pratt, the whig: candidate for governor 4th inst., with heavy showers of rain./ At day break, when Adrian Wall, under date of the 19th ultimo, refs, and the dues upon the Brazillian reduced \J?

t :5 IS majority. of life and the moon was crossing the meridian, the gale was that you have entertained a desire to communicate vessels to 90 rein: a ton, to be paid at co as ;:*
i j f I :t "On at its highest pitch ; the horizon was: so cloudy as with this Goverment. I regret, however, ex- ART. 2. Ships arriving in ballast once

;i ('i;o.-The following H the returns from all the quite fresh not to be able to see at the distance of a pistol tremely,that, in so doing, you should have indulged with cargo, and arriving with and IT nr

'f 1 counties? except siv. The majority thus far forHartley creasing shol. At eight o'clock on the 5th, the Barometerwas in a departure from the courtesy which ordinarily in ballast, will pay ong-half the cargo docs, acd, d''

the whigcartdidate for Governor, is: 4,517 Saturday 23 45; which was the lowest point. At 9 obtains in correspondence between civilized' and clearing in ballast one-third dues. e ttetJtc
gale it began to rise, the 30th part of a degree At States of the present age. There are certain designated ART. 3. Ships entering fur
,
: the co'intie vet to heard: from give a democratic that time the to the North East, and channel provisions
I was done : wind shifted and universally acknowledged 'of Franquai to try the market, wether ofID
i h majority of ,lO/ in 1' 12. The democrats hive tent. ) afterwards to the N. N. W., where it continued, intercourse between nations; such as the Depart- with cargo, will pay one-third dues.in balls

11\ however, elected 13yand( the whigs only 7 of the at its het.. gradually decreasing until the weather clearedup ment of State or Foreign Attain ART. 4. Ship entering under average

', twenty-one members of Congress: everythin" so as to he able to see objects in the harbor on Through your subaltern, Gen. Woll, yon have, tress, will pay nothing unless they disc cr.?n 4-:,.
,
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and the opposite side, as well as the horrible destruc- in the communication to which I allude,addressed take cargo, being allowed to ge c:
sels discharge
..Vfctfl .IPrcpT1 to whiz: s in this state have the
: : velled to tion that carne in view. At noon the weather no goverment or functionary of any governent ; it sary cargo for the payment of the itees..
t It elected their Governor, Stratton, by a majority locity. continued clearing; the wind was then from the is, ,however, addressed Texans; but in language red. expenses i .

I \ : of It t vl votes over Thompson, dem. and carriedbnt'i On the N. W., still blowing: a strong gale. In the afternoon which even common courtesy does not sanction. ART. 5. Ships that have paid in
; } it calmed its violence, and the horizon be- For the information of your Excellency, I will the dues any porto( '
H ''?** of the rezi i.lat'Jr.rhi majority having: empire, anchorage of the Art. l o j
Vigilant, :: came quite} serene. Out of 10) Spa.iish menofwar suggest that the commission sent out by this- ov- arriving in another port in the same 3'
f :::1 on joint billn '?!n, bpinrr n train of 47 over last to sea, i including; two\ steamers there was but one eminent authorized by the President Texas, nothing excepting taking cargo, and the royare' Ft?! ,

t year and secures; :i U -. >
I 6 Pcrtncr/lrania.-The returns from Sthis state, The sullered material damage in their hulls, spars, your Excellency. Otherwise, the commissioners ART. 6. Coastwise vessels trading
betweenn
and five rigging, &.c. Most of the merchant and coasting could not have been received in their official ca- ports of the Empire will halt ? 1
one
Shunk, (dem.) about :,000 majority for ov- vessels! that in contact with them pay the A:
a watery gOt adrift came pacity. Their credentials alone entitle them to when half the crew be composed of Brazil '
Ri Ri'e over Marklc.\ The delegation to Congress The causing much trouble in getting clear of them, the recognition of yourself or officers tizens, and will pay nothing, if besides thij!iao n.'

13 democrats, 0 whigs:; and -native ; the H. Geiger and being broken to pieces. It is calculated that The Texan commissioners had special and prescribed cumstance, he employed in the coast or in ?'
I from! :3 J to 400 vessels all sires have been sunk, t"*
maki delegated to them and all their
( de1w I \tiOl de- >:g powers ; high sea fishery.
presant c-onqist of 14 writes: and 10" j
a Sight' and are lying useless on the beach on the outsideof acts were subject to the review and rejection or ART. 7. Vessels of countries that will .
I The t t1ta V!iat'lr! (' aloe'!1--enatr. : I the and harbor. All the frame houses char
city
i.i."l who h jv* I : t I approval of the Executive, Without approval more dues higher than dues paid by their
t .,. nrvrats.: 11 xvhi :* :m,11 native ; House, 53democrat The Ilri were blown down to the ground; the public walks they could acquire no validity. The designationof vessels, are subject, In the ports of Brazil, to t*;
St. Marks : have all been destroyed, and the trees:: levelled Texas! of the Mexican confederacy one-third par
''I t, u *, 39 whiles; and 8 nativesDemocratic as a department more of the dues established, or toraised
I .r' S5 boxes with the earth. so called,was highly obnoxious to the Pres- to the same difference imposed b be
ballot
,. majority on joint 16.
and The accounts from Matanzas are still of worse ident; and consequently, t the conduct of the 'commissioners countries upon the Brazillian vessels.A T' :\
TfJj, colSin.The returns from this Territory wrecked nature. Out of 22: vessels in harbor, 2'') are lying was at once disapproved. For this Ii

indicate: decided vote against forming a State 4000 uselesson the beach and rocksThe river Yu- you are now, sir, pleased to express through your Rich Practical Joke.-A friend told 03 a fig

r Government. upon the miry" roe several feet, and caused much damage subaltern, your indignation \\wptrfidou3 con evenings ago; and though; it was told !to Us in coo.l :.
d plete on the lower part of the town ; stores, dwelling duct of the goverment of Texas. fidence, we cannot resist: t the tem l, "ollayil1,

f The Lot One Found.-Mrs. McRay, the lady and she is houses: and property. Thousands of boxes of I regret much that you have given this com it before: oir readers, let the consequence be WJH!
mast. sugar have been destroyed ; and the inhabitants plextion to the affairs of the two countries. it may :--
I II who, in'tate' of mental aberation, wandered; wreckers; wore obliged: to escape to higher ground to avoid I When men, by chance or Providence, have !been *! In the western part of this city live ardflcnr

{,1 into!hI? wool his at last, to the unspeakable in the being drowned, as all the elements threatened to.. elevated to the rule of nations, and intrusted with ish two jolly fellows, who follow sign painting If'

i' of her, hybrid :and friends, made her appearance.She : so much overwhelm them as at the lime of the universal I. the hest interests of the people, it must be considered a livelihoodand who are st'irietirres in ihe baht!

II t w.n found at the Old Woman's Bluff six saving. .deluge The news received from the different a misfortune when they entail upon: them of cutting up vhat are termed h high; stiiuan_
parts of the country were of the most appalling. It so occured, a few days that
miles N. W. of this about Other calamities which their duties as philantrophistsshould ago one of t tl
place, walking completely e
Ii dirnaged, nature-houses carried away by the wind, plan- teach them to avert. partners had some out-door business to teodlc t '
.1 r lost. For two weeks she has been expo Orbit, tations destroyed, trees driven from their roots, When beligerertts; even in the most angry excitement and left the shop in charge of his partner and!

\ ;
mV air, 1'1:1: (V Minti'lowers:: of rain, amidt Br. brig Such is the general news: from all parts: of that it is proper that their chieftains should preserve ring his absence, the par rf'r renaii.ing wentb[
I Capt. rich and beautiful island.A towards each other that comity which might ren- work and painted the boys neck\ m -asto
.,' of the woods i in k rep
: : ; o n In iey ( or tear rev
t 'j America der each other approachable, and thereby avert sent, a large gash, and a cut ovrr the eye. He
cecs of the numerous hammocks, without food. The FRExrn PRINCE LAYING: ANCHORS TO WIND[ great human suffer and the effusion: of human then,took reipaint, bespattered it over the fie<<
1.1h :, : How she has survived is certainly miraculous. reports to WARD.-This old adage of the sea-fa rer will literally blood. When war rages, all ranks and conditionsare and clotted the.hoy's hair, and made him he down';

; and truly! apply to the Prince deJoinville, Vice- subject to its agitation and calamities. Texas in a corner.' He then painted a great gash '
en I
:: Texai Cotton.-By a statement from the Cnl-ll ish. She Admiral the in the amiable Navy and of France anxious, &c papa The of OUT old hero gentleman has already( endured the extrernest agony, and his own cheek, bared his bosom, disordered i s

,ctor of Customs at Shreveport, Louisiana, pnb- Great and the venerable and !sagacious King of the will endeavor:} to profit by its experience. Againsther : dress, diored a long-bladed knife in the red pun:, f

lishul I in the Caddo Gazette, it appears that from the chivalric French, has been working traverses all you have again denounced war. We await pot, and ptirntlavvnled; ; the coxing of t ,
ing been his life ; he had so arranged matters: as to render the event. partner. D recrly he: heard him at the d..or, a.1I>c! !a
the 1st of June, 1S13, to the :00th of June of the windward the Ducd'Orle-tns the idol of the French people, Eight years ago, you \vere a suppliantobtained the performance commenced. The partner t

1L t present year, there entered from Texas at that down. but hf, unfortunately, was deprived of life by a fall your liberation without t ransom,and acIutoTi'ledge stuck his head into the room door; oneulancewa! i
The from his carriage at a very critical period, whichis If Tt-xas existed sufficient-the boy prostrated; on the flo '
point and were reported and cleared for New r 1 belonging till fresh in the mind of every one acquaintedwith then her since that time his throat cut, groaning! and crying murder
'fl Orleans, 14,070 bales of cotton. the present political history of Franc as a nation, recognition
injured other and her increased commercial chairstahles, benches :and: paintpotsvere strew.
by
At present the heir apparent: to the throne is :tlv powers
.1fiTferbmz.-'Ve are sorry to see by the paper: $2.000. infant: son of the Due) the Count de Paris brit! if relations wuild well excuse your recognition 'Ot> ed :around: the room in dire; confusion, while h t!
I The the Louis should shufll off! her murderous partner, with the bloMly 1 Ir.(.kitivkni!
11 that :Millerism has again broken out afresh and aged King, Philippe, sovereignty now. !>
\ over the this mortal coil! suddenly, fears are entertains that But; sir, j"OUcpeak of your resources: and power. in his Xiolilted harnl was running through;: fe
serns to be more pre\'alent than ever, in some of was ; there would IK* dimension in the realm, and that They were defied and triumphed over in room uttering wild incoherent exprejwmn '.

our principal cities. This fanatical delusion is left' the progency of the Dued'Orli'ans would betel 1S30, and if you invade Texas in 1:-11 t I, you will was evident to the partner at the door, that h
Barracks. aside for some martial hero. \\Tel..failill! ; those find neither her the success ot her arms partner had killed the boy. The thought
nor
called Millerism: from the name: of him who has power vrj
prince?, the next heir to the kingdom i is the Due
horrid. Swift
l he flew
The a* lightning to hu fatter
set it in motion and for three different times within de Xemorirs, second son; of the oil King, but of was complete. !
: and irnfotmerl him of the drcllm AnwJ
West him we have he.trrllittle or nothing we !believe' I desire to know for what reason yon have t\1ce.:
i the last t Iwo years: has the day been fixed upon The : \IH\ is a Marshal of France and a General; commanding charged: ; the authorities of Texas with perfidy ? her of friend were mustered: whorep.iir l fcnh-(

fur the ascension; of the Saints to meet the Messiah rear of : a division of the army, and a sort of an adju- Have they ever given to Mexico any th-y have with to the scene of action. The crowd axir.ci.:

and the consumption of the eatth by fire, the : tant for the Minister of War ; but hi's exploits are not redeemed ? They have liberated her chiefs 'ted? :as it neard lie :;shond w.ilkt d thewnr
etreet. all sub rosa, in and about Paris, and not at all cal- and soldiers taken on the field of battle without posse-but what was their astonishment to fcj
: an'J 1 as' often h is ;if ',(" i nostponed as if by par- culated to excite the admiration of excitable
art the without mark of kind
The obligation so to do. They are of a race winch boy a any ; the room, ,
ticular de I none so permit neither their word nor their hou.r to be perfect ; no ot pcetlhlt>, "dr'e! ,
his but the hero would be
.' :'\ ., was again !st down :a* the fml end, but on Mr. \ ; the vonng present Prince position de;.Too:,v;ille, who has hi,* anchors falsified.: How has it been with Mexico: The partner ag.jd in lettetinr a sign and in attenncrance ,:.

I that diy before the arrival of the hour specified, torn off well grounded in rheafl ('tioll.50t"the people. capitulation[ of Fannin was regarded, and hundreds of any! transaction: M' the kind, avowed!
amount His first essay; as a fighting man 'was= down at : ma::acred in coldblood. You, indeed, denied both him and the boy, to the other partners: ;e.;
declared from the
it : pulnit in the
solemnly ,
r was lor, and t"I Vera Cruz, under Admiral Bandin ; there he laid a cognizance: of this fact-declared! : :hst'OH; mortification--rnnre especially as the pi-wowfe
t Broadway: Tabernacle, New York, that an error amount > hisship gallantly under the guns:: of St Juan de Ul- were implicated by the falsehood General Urea, brought there, hinted! to one another that,dlJrir?

had jll.t been discovered in the calculation, and and Mr. loa, and, at the close of the engagement, vas at the and if you ever return to your country and came his ab-enc -, he might have indulged too freely:
head of the force which attacked the and
town, we
former firewater.CommonlCf
into would execute him .for his du alth.
the "secowl would not thereby power you
that coming" occur, there have heard, fired the fun{ which took off.Santu An
by Have done it ? You have
disaonointing: hundreds who had prepared na's leg. :Next we hear of him captain, of the plicity. yon power, Love
the time of The Abbe de Lille
relate
frigate Bt'lie Poule, bringing home from St. Helena but to what purpose ? Of the inoffensive traders Country. :
themselves with ascension robes expressly for the French : the remains of the immortal Napoleon ; thence who visited Santa Fe and capitulated to your officers of an Indian, w.;to, IIIHI l tue silo, .dors of &Pans,

occasion it, and he is sent to cruize in the waters of the United what was th. treatment ? They were slaughtered beholding: a banana tree in the Jarden des
bulwark States, and his beautiful frigate wasthe: admirationof : by the way side when unable march, and Plantos," bathed it with tears and seemed foci
LATE FROM: TEXAS. gale did all who visited her while the lay in New York. their ears cut off and exhibited as evidences of moment to be transported to his own land.

Bv the arrival yesterday: of the sloop Cutter, The There the Prince left his:: ship on an expedition their destruction-evidences! indeed of birharity The Ethinpean imagines that God has cu: rial l through the country where his:: lather had roamed his sand* and deserts,while angels
not heard: of among nations pretending to he civilized only wereeiployed -
and steamship Republic, from Galveston exiU* and where he
proceeded to
says i as an every as: in the
forming rest of the world.
very :since the ninth century of the Christianera
the Far he received and entertainedas
r the New Orleans Tropic, we havo received Hous ; Vet was
I they will a private gentlemen whose urbane deportment The Maltese: insolated on a rock distinguish i
: ton and Galveston dates tin] to the 2Sth ult. will have entitled him to the sympathies of a, republican Again, at the surrender of Mier, your officers their is i '+and by the appellation of "The Flowerof

Commodore Moor" came passenger: : in the Re- blown people.Returned. pledgt-d to the men the protection due to prisoners the World.."
rinblii. lie reports; Dr. Anon Jones fHent of Texas from a majority of from eight! to down, ter on a cruize, and the newspapers: chronicled d! his soon after barbarously decitnitedandthe remainder place of nativity, that no advantage can inte:
1evfn hundred votP.anverCJpneral Burleson. The pleby, whereabouts continually, until it was:; rumored that ever since i held in chains and prison They them, their agricultural tribes in particular
Houston' Democrat of the ISth alt contains election hours, : hf1 had] gone to Hio de Jaiieno to cck aBrazillian were also to he returned to their homes immediately quit the tombs of their fathers.
rturnincomplete,) which give Jones a : windows Princess for his:: !bride. The
:
mi'oritv of 830. : SANS great deal of ceremony he wedded and after their submission. But every pledge Norwegians, proud of their barren summit -
Thp IT. S. cuttt'rVoodhurv arrived at Galveston water, nom: AWAY for France one of the wealthiest Princeses given to them has been violated. Is this gocd: inscribe upon six rlcIbr --"Spirit of loyalty ( !
,r on the 11th ilt., and sailed for Vera: Cruz on several '! : of Crih&tcndom, with no very remote prospect t faith i t ? valor, and whatever is honorable the world
the 1st int.: bavin? on board Gen. Duff Green, in : figuring on the throne of the Pedro's of You likewise pledged yourselfsolerr.nly ;!h learn among the rocks of Nnrv'ay."
Be ur of Despatches, to our Minister at Mexico. distance Brazil. Of too euprgetic a spirit to waste his pre- IIer Britannic Majesty's: : ministers, to release the ,!
ThTxian bnof war Wharton lie on her time cious time in soft dalliance with his newly marriedcara Tex..n prisoners in Mexico, ifthose ofMexicore-i Modest Youns; Gentlemen. genflem

beam en'I on the flits opposite Galveston, having We sposa, (as a certain Prince across the maining in Texas should he set at liberty, whichwas advertises, in a N-nv York paper, for board in: >
b"en m :hore to prevent her from sinking! her' rem1iJ n channel, does, who, at the age of 2.j'ears is the quiet, genteel of
family where there two
done on the part of this Government, by pub- : are
much of four infant
bottom being very worm eaten all precious parent royal prodigies: or
are three :
beautiful lidis.
and :
proceedings of the Court Martial aain The paupers,) we next hear of his writing a work on lic proclamation: and safe conduct offered themto accomplished youn
I Commodore Moore, were brmsht! to a close at the navy of France, with comments upon that of return to their country. Have yon performed arid where his society will he deemed a sal-
thf latter end of Ann ; Co'irt has not been p'Jh1i4illl : the pipers having ised. great credit to his literary talents and researches. they free ? / :and other et ceteras.'* Here H a rare offer anj

t been pealed, to he< laid before Congress when it last, by And! here to put the climax to thi short eventful Will all this justify you in charging, throughGen. tempting as rare. Another gentleman, twent"
meets<< No (lnlhtexiSti! that Commodore Moore the sketch of a voting man's life, we find him Com, Woll, eitherthe Governmentor the citizens. five years of age: ., wishes:: to be adopted, by a
will ire honorablv! it that with th mander-in chief of large squadron of line of bat'Ie
acq-jitted, as appears not a Texas with perfidy,or its Executive with double aged lady or gentleman, or both, of fortune He
I one of the charges preferred a aint him was sustained them ships, fngaU-s, tic., chastiMng the Moors: of Moroc says that he }has the and abilitymake to
; before the Court Since the close of the remained bombarding the cities Tangiera and Maga- dealing in diplomacy ? disposition
proceeding, public! dinners have been given to the ,I dore, and dictating terms of peace! to an Emperor. I regret, sir, extremely, t that it has been my dui i himself agreeable, and, as the Bowery classics
I Com-nodore by the citizens of Houston and Gal- were [Pciisacolu Gazette. ty to avert to circumstances which must be as i read, ." cant do any thing else.
: \ ve#ton. The Commodore has quite recovered Pent, in ------ disagreeable to you as: to myself. But you have
from his severe illness.! had been : ; CR- The Ice Trade: is one of considerable and invoked The Great Flood in the Western Jrat!'

TH" T-xi1'1nl'l1lner"t of the 23fh ult ?*V3:- eral growing importance to Boston. The shipmentsfor If you have denounced war and intend to prosecute -The loss by the flood in the Mississippi and I*a
Pr"fi.S"' ,'-n* vH suite! hive accompanied the were as ; tributaries this summer is estimated, after care
the last four months has been if, do so presently. \V'ewi1l abide the re-
,, 7,2l1 tons.
Pri i l' ii+" t t1!* Pofn nch" Trtty ground. James L. sult. inquiry by the Vidalia (La.) Intelligenceratsr
''; : Presentyourselfwitha force that indicate
The Galv. -' ) :'nn of the date a
same says: of New millions six thon l 1i
hundred and
Excessive raini'i! ited this vicinity during liusSat: ; 8jThe: American Republicans"' have nomi- desire of conquest, and with all the appendages of I'' dollars-a total loss and annihilation twentv-s+ven\fso mI7C*

l' the past week. WV .ip:;>rehend that cotton in the i ington, nated candidates for Congress independent of other' your power, and we may respect your efl'irt.- I of 139,
field hassii.stained considerable damage. ( But the marauding incursions which have hithertocharJcterized property. In this, cotton to the extent
"
The Civilian of the 21t ult., in noticing the report ing to : party organizations in several districts, both of your molestation will only serve I bales, worth, at thirty dollars per bal:?,?I,1+3t!1t.

just published in this city, that 10,000l"xi: to Dr. S. Pennsylvania and New York. It is their inten- to excite the contempt of honorable men. I have is included. Meetings are called in the nd;
cans had arrived on the Rio Grande, for the invasion The counties to memorialize the Government ;
the
tion in New York to nominate, also, candidatesfor honor to embrace you, i .
't of Texa+ anchor in water.CO
says: in constructing levees, or dikes, out the
t ;j J ]If thprtt''f'r was danger of the ruin of a country received : Governor and Lieutenant Governor. With salutations of the most affectionate regard,

. r .- by U'ing, that country is TOxaVp are not gale out SAM. HOUSTON. E. N. Conway, of Arkansas, contra d t' jj
II t fifis1i d) to allo!| ,' M"Ti iPo to exert her.,ef] incessintly (;(::}o It i is rumored that*a conspiracy has been glade i
sel'i'i Election Deci.'Iioll.Thp the statement
: : Important court of most emphatic terms: a
: tl i by stories! to imnir of;invasion cinfiience, but onr in O'lr own coun'rv citizens abro.H must, |ps : discovered Mexico to overturn the present go- Common Pleas this: morning decided tjiat by the. the Little Rock Times and Advocate,"that W!
I.
f continually endorse: and scatter these baseless blow, e vernment, and to establish a Constitutional Em- naturalization of a man, all of his minor children Conway, of that State, had run off to Texascl''eying : :: d d

threat, thus adding to the injury, and often giving make for pire, with an European Prince at its head. residing in the United States are, ipso facto, made all his negroes with him. He say bu
point to the miSlilesaimed at us, which would the early citizens and entitled to vote as such. Many had ; basely false ; that Gov. Conway is located Dn

L t. otherwise be harmless. braved th Latest from Gibraltar.-Capt. Thomas, of the supposed that every one from abroad must be naturalized I farm, which he has cultivated for twenty yeahthat esro

and brig Caroline, at this! port yesterday, ; but Judge King referred to the act of he has fifty negroes with him, and oa .
thaton
.\' w Gold Mi71It i i-l said that a new and the 5th of September a detachment reports of British Congress 14th April 1802, and to a decision oftheSuprerneCourtofthe debt which could induce him to run his n -it v

t r: very rich Gold mine has been discovered on the soldiers made an Unsuccessful eflort to raise the United States, in Cranch'sReports to Texas or elsewhere. He has long s'ncp'' eat
wreck of the where it is expressly laid down that "the added, made arrangements with the go1trrmetandi
+ f lands of Col.Vm.. Hancock, in the upper part oft Steamship l\Iissouri-and that >g
We ; children of persons duly naturalized shall for the settlement the .judgment now
another attempt was to he made by the if
'' Moore county, N. C. The ore is said to be Esq., the frigate Warspite, which it wrfS thought crew would of dwelling in the United States, be considered as against him in favor of the United States.

worth from 10 to 20 dollars a bushel, so far as it an extra prove successful The Prince tie Joinville citizens. of the United States."-Phil. Gazette. that the
was
saw
Sun
York
j rine at New
has been examined ; fil/ms.-
at Cadiz on the !5th of '
September with
X de Ei his squa) Newspaper Advertising.-Bhckwood's Magazine Millerites in that city hold nfcMl.v a edvtnt
t cnn, consisting of three ships of the line the for July the o
Another Wedding.-The Philadelphia Time the puts utility of advertising! thus wht'rt those believers in the immediatethe
frigate La Belle Poule" and paid
seven Steamers. and i
pointedly It shave
gale at truelyc-The.re is but one way of Saviour await his comming.
states that Miss Mary Wicklifie, the beautiful The' Inflexible and Steamer Montezuma attaining business eNP'
were at of vrhem\
publicly; one way obtaining robes with them to put on *
daughterof! the P.M. General, is to be marriedr Gibraltar. The Prince de Joinville has issued pulicity-advertisement ; the newspaper is ted hour arrives. No one can doubt the !1unde eon
V\"av.i"t. ,. 10th inst On the orders that none of his officers or men should communicate the fly wheel by which the motive of I those think
r ", r>n the to a son of the freshen : power commercial of persons, and yet we ttey.JJ6
I with any of the British ollicers or men, enterprise is sustained and the belief the sacred > n
1 Hun. Mr. Merrick, Senator from Maryland. its fury. Vice Admiral Owen. money a not warranted by wntg'
except
: steam by which the advertising is kept going. ;1 the general aspect of human affairs.




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1 1co -- Hoys--Boys, when left to the un- IMPORTS. I
American W. A. & P. C.
ntrolled indulgence: of their propensities for LIVERPOOL bri? Lawrence COlelanrJ-) Kain, REGIMENTAL .OltDEI ItS. NEW YORK &APALACHICOLA PACKETS I
qtirrelt are prob-ihly much more dangerous! thanen. 1.2t: sks'salt; and 11 tons iron to Raymond &: COMMISSION: MERCHANTS,

The three days fI1"3 affords an instance Hardin. Oifice: No. -1 Columbus Buildings, HEAD QUARTERS,

revolution in one of the first nations of the THIRD REDG'T, 1st "STAR LINE."
fa PASSENGER Apalachicola Fla. Brigade, F. M. )
oct-j ,
earth, effected by boys ; and the Polish struggle Per sfamer, Columbus! Mrs. Render and 2 chil Apalachicola Oct. 12th, 1814.' 5" Ship Marianna .... . . .Phillips, Master ,

WIi 9 in [like manner commenced and maintained ,dren Messrs. D Wood.. T L Barber, II B Kim- "T,n. G. Porter & {'D. T HE Compames.composing the Third Regi. Ship Rienzi,. . : . Clark. "

bf minor The muster: rolls of our two wars bron;h, H C \Va np.r, S W Fairchild.! DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION merit, First Brigade, Florida Militia, comprislng't Brig Empire, (new) . . Lewis. It

fhow', that a large number of those who fought) Per steamer Charleston-:Major A N McKay e Counties Calhoun and Franklin, Brig Caroline E. Platt,. . Rice, '

were boy: ; and in almost every struggle whctherondt' Jas Madison, .McKenzie__, Parker. MERCHANTS.No. will assemble at Apalachicola on Saturday, the Brig Virginia,.. . .. . ..Talbot, "

ck or in the field they proved thetnfelres Per steamer Auenst a-Mrs. Van Veihten, Capt. 41 Water Street, IGth day of November, next, at 10 o'clock A. M. Brig Saratoga,. \ . . .Bedell, u

worthy of their coujtry. Every reader re- Marston,II:\TersV R: Taylor A A Kain, P C Kain. J Mlc ct2G ly Jpalac/iicola, Fla. fully armed and equipped as the law directs, for I Brig Cayuga. . . . .Bedell, "
Kinnev, Downer.
inctnbers that: Jackson was a hero boy of the rev Per steamer Boston,-Messrs Regimental parade and inspection.: Brig Mary,. .'. . .. . .Richardson
With most of them a fight i is only a Hughes'Dubignon, The
olutlon. illclfcay & Ilartshornc Regiment will be formed
and Jones. at half-past 10 of '
being draft of
light water
of fun, and courage is the. absense: of the o'clock on Live Oak street in front THF.sE'essels :!
piece Per steamer Siren-Dan'l J Day, \V Archer and COMMISSION MERCHANTS', ,of the dwell by experienced masters are
!1e11t! dinsjer! which a more natural discretion serv'ts.Per ing of C.:G. Holmes, the right reting on Chest well adapted to the trade
.. No. 40 Water street and will sail punctual.
We remember seeing a (boy about ten ,
; 1t'anlPr nut
jnJuces. I'f"s-Jude) R C Spann Messr3 street.displaying westwardly.The ly as advertised.
years old', clambering: upon the side board of one S r.. Solomon, GHTin oct2f Apalachicola, Florida. commissioned and non-commissioned offi ,;- All :
forwarded
old fashioned) rdilroad cars, and observingthat Per br.7. Cayn-a from goods to the subscribers ia .
,
New of
if our York-F Kopman, cers each Company attached to said Regiment New York will
he hd one wooden leg; we cautioned him D tne Pratr, abme, J Crow, J Backhouse, and 10' in Millet & Co. will meet' at the' same place on Thursday and, POST be shipped& free of commissions;

against su dangerous an experiment at the same steerage. DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS SHOES Friday preceding the Regimental review PHILLIPS'I 'j
Per hrigfeta: at 10 63 South
from street New York. 1
mora,
New
luiring: as to the manner in which he hadlost York-B Ellison o'clock ;
en A. M. be ,
time his lei. He said; that he had fallen from that and lad\' Thfl Orman and 1
J an I it ha'l! so crushed his leg as to mike it C hoivr RII: f"ll nohl"rt1: P Klw.! Barnard: Ellis, Jno Cor. Water and Chesnut streets, super vision of the Brigade Inspec 40 Water St., Apalachi ota.
car -'; Stephen October
Hmpll..T;; S 1st, 1814.
Selden .Tno S tor.The
ncce-mry to cut it olll: AaiJ: how, we ensured flcinson. R ? 'ct2G Apalachicola Fla. officers 026y
teenber-h ,
: : J C Alien, W J Coffin, commanding Companies will immediately -
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"'CJn V.I'1 ve-itJreaain uni; : the car fIt \Vhv, C Mather, Luther D Hoherts.iffli after, the Company musters on the FOR NEW YORK.-Star Line-The

xvi* HH coil reply" I nt-rer heard: of no boy II. R. Wood, fourth Saturday October, make returns of the .reEJlar packet Brig CAROLINE E. \

w'nt' !nti'er more than one leg cut of! by the [ NOTARY PUBLIC strength and equipments' of their said companies PLATT, Rice master having most of her

cJr :'anJ continue. to cling, : to the side of tlio INTBLLIClNCE. FL to the Adjutant of the Regiment at, least cargo engaged and going on board will sail with
two
l'lr- with the utmost indifference to his dan ('r.- -- -- --. -- -------.. (Q0- Office, cor. Centre and Water street, weeks previous the Regimental muster on the despatch, for freight or passage apply to the
\ very highly! respectable gentleman gives us an PORT ---- ---- oct261y Apalachicola, Fla.WM. 16th November'next. master, or to.
OF
APALACIIICOLA. . Oct. 2G.CLEARED. .
account of a similar development of American McKAY
: The law wilibe & HARTSHORNE.
strictly enforced
character on the first fatal afternoon of the Kensm.jt -- ---- --------- H. KlMBROUGH. JOHtf I. RlDQWAY.Kimbroitgli delinquents. #*By order"of against all oct26 40 Water street. p
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: Magnet, Jenkins, for New York. Colonel. Fall and Winter
tlirnvti .nunthgly' aside, his hands h ; buried in his; COMMISSION & FORWARDING War. H. HUGRES1Adjutant Arrangement t
stood in the market house and looked THE U. S. Mail steamer SIREN.
,
ptf-ljfK 3d 9'm.
Reg't F. !
Afl RIVEI MERCHANTS.Office M. I _._ \ will leave Apalachicola
hu'uulvoiaitnc' : hittle prorc34e.! Bri; Lawrerice Copeland Baker, 4S davs from No. 25 Water street-Up stairs .Apalachicola Oct. 12. 1814. o4 1m ,'''';.rf: ; 1 TUESDAY and SATURDAY, every
Shot after shot whistled by him, and many: were Liverpool { :, ,
to Raymond te Ilanjin; Sept. 20th, lat. Apalachicola Fla. "JI :' I
killed} :ti: I -.vounded} around him. Still he looked 47, Ion. :36", spoke Br. ship IVitish King, 13 dys: fm fltj-: Liberal advances on cotton consigned, to THIRD RFGIMENTFLORIDA MILITIA. Leaves Brown's night; at 12 o'clock. ;

01 witii! fit1' same comfortable,careless enjoyment Quebec for Liverpool, loaded with lumber; had their friends in New York Boston Company .J.?Company Orders. Ferry every WEDNESDAY -
until! been water logged for 10 Liverpool or and SUNDAY evenings at 8 o'clock, and Chat-
01 the scfi"! a trayshot struck him in the dys. Uavre. I. TIlE members composing this
!irent, gla-i'-ing: : t first under the skin and inducing Brig Cayua, Bedell, 15 dys fin New York to oct2G J are hereby notified and required to company assemble tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12 J..

a ,
Brig'\lptall1ora Ashby 23: fm New York VAN VEIGHTEN
dys to : & SHARPLESS
a-1 1 ,r !'timhuco.it siid. Why dod bhme the B Elliion ,t Co. of the late firm of !,E'iJ P. M., in front::('of. the Apahchicola Exchange o4 ,
'trI'. s, tIt! >y h.ive shot me!" laying especial: em- (_ft I armed and Contractors.
Schr. II A Schroeder. Stafford, fm Baltimore. [JV. A. Hardee Sf Co., :Savannah, Ga. equipped as the law dijrects.
nin'is: l: ii'xnthu list word. Some one near him, Steamer, Charleston!: Freeman, fm Columbus. ] The roll will be called five minutes CO.PARTNERSHIP.-C.. \ ha,.
i iHHf'-l i i u.nu his leaving the ground. Well said Steamer Siren, Sharjiless, fm Chattahoochee. FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT alter four, and all delinquents returned to Court J. L. FITCH in ,1

i"I, ;iu.'s' I had better," and thursting his ha-ids Steamer CoT im'nbus. Crenshaw, fm Columbus. Office, No. 43 Water street, Martial. By order oft the Watch and Jewelry business, and under the 4

,tnhn tr-risers ;pocket.he walked leisurely Steamer Augusta, Hall fm Columbus. Oct 26 Apalachicola, Fla. BENJ. LUCAS, Lieut. Comd'g. name and style of "FITCH & WORDIN" respectfully
a.ny.p'lilmmicle! Steamr Anes, Allen, fm Jernigan, ? H. F. A BELL, Orderl Ser 't. informs their friends and the public,

Pai\ciiCKs Steamer Steamer Boston Xolion,, J L A C Morton:Motton, fin fm Columbus.Columbus. B!. R. Wood, -Apalachicola, Oct. WflB41.. ... that they will on or about the 1st of Novamber j' 4
T\v
> ARRESTED n
STEALING next
FOR. their stock
of-
C ,'-xrK'{.KKinvzfc.: .-The Cincinnati Bulletin: Steamer tfiron, Sharpies, fm Brown's Ferry. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION: AGENT THIRD REGIMENT-FLORIDA MILITIA. open

r-tt: ". the c is of two preacher.! lamed; ColleeaiJ cor. Centre and Water streets. Company B. :Company Orders. WATCHES, JEWELRY AID

I --Viit WI'1! were arrested si .., -int Sterling! SI. DEPARTED. : THE members composing this Company ,are, : ,
,, IP
Kv on tle! chir:;" of stealio* &nlicounterfeitiivr. aml'T JHS Y. S'nith, Smith. for Bainhrile. (3it The subscriber havin; taken that very notified and .quired to assemble @W > }\ iu/-ja
St alJlel Siren, Sharpies, for Brown's Ferry. prorjwuant stand, corner of Centre and Water on, : "! Consisting of Gold and Silver
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preaching whet :
were ;
Tli-y: tifeytwre arrested, Saturday next", the 20th/ nst., at 4 o' lock, P.M.* t
atac-inii! m-etin.?, and son tyfvtolen goods streets, is prepared to attend faithfully and promptly 1 in front of the Marlcet House ; t'f Watches:: Keys, Chains, Broaches,
armed
'-
r-'cnjmzed VESSELS UP & SAILED FOR TIllS PORT. to business intrusted his and It Rings, Spectacles, Pencils Studs
forming
were .is 1.1'i j-vi the die>s of any : : care. oct2G equipped as the law directs. ,
The will'
W4'i I to givv bail in $")J>.) to, answer atClrt S-inuosra: Bedell, iilM 2fith tilt. Edu'd. C. Center & Co., be called five minutes after four, and all delinquents Lockets,Miniture-Cases, Bracelets, Music-Boxes,

S Ih*C"q'I'' -ntly h? w.i reqmr.'J; f to ad J Brig W L I Jones, Tvler\ AiilM 10th inst. GENERAL COMMISSION: : [ MERCHANT. returned to Court Martial. Purses, Wallets Knives, Scissors, Razors and
SItH) ) I but!, intkin.:; $r H) ia a!!, a disclosircji Bn:,' :M-uii: ,.ttau, Doanf. sailM lllli mst. By order of f Razor Straps; Tooth Nail and Lather Brushes
nnlt> tnlh tHat hin Bri!? Km. Lewis fail l 17th iust. Mobile, Ala.jCJ P. W. CULLEN
:; -pii : : : :? ; d-Cf.ly with a Mre. np to : Captain.! Snuff and Tobacco Boxes, Vrolin Strings '
,. .t ">.1'villtiiis: who hit'-t tti a country' a'llhvtMn! i llu't:; t Uoli.i.: < ;: )prOmI! up to sail lth! inst. ( Collections and Remittances promptly at. R. A. DOMINGE:: Acting 0. S. JOHN L. &c. T

IKOUVV;<*., :-o inuier.ttis: i.t ti.! .-e ins. Oi Shi!(> Fhirence- up on 16th, with despatch. tedetl! to. Apalachicola, Oct. 19, 1344.- FITCH
f',,> div follouin ? tht! :irr M of! C.rthe; j jlr ;t"\-. :?'iy! T'l.-ki'ia, Spencer[ do. Refers to-Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne .. CIIAS. \WORDIN..
\ Viitvi- take.1 fr.xa Inc {i'ilut at the anie I'.iri: 'oh*.!!?, M'IoiiilJ: do. oct26 Gm ELCTION NOTICE. ..Apalachicola Oct. 19th, 1344.y3 .3

piiv. 1"1 tr..i: i with bem; particepcrimiius.. A Sciir; Florid'un, lioplviiis.: do. Apalachicola Fla.. N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair ,
Lir. .i ii')'i,it of jo'KJterfeit' found i
tuotiey WAS WATCHES CLOCKS
ing
upon nos rox- and JEWELRY
II. U \V ood A N by
be held
ELECTION in
bi.ii -.-_ _. Schr Southerner, Taylor, sl'd 25th ult. I J\ will FRANKLIN C. W. Wordin-all work warranted. o9 tf I
CITY IWEIG HER I County, Territory of Florida, on Monday the
Schr
: 1'i1"trcu: in L'." UriM LU'M.Are Christians, Godfrey, up to sail: llth inst. ,
compu- fourth day of November: next, ,for four Senators to NOTICE.-All I 't(
corner Centre and Water persons are forbid oc- 1
t.' ut t'iroti! iiM.idivd; } I Iitiu; tu.f! men. Of these, BATflMOllK.fiiiq streets. the TAKE
tlnnsind British ;; Virginia, Cooper, up with defp'h 17th inst.NEW oc2(; represent Western Senatorial DIstrict, of Florida LOTS in the City of Apalachicola; 1 I t
aiiviitAvity are
This Fla.
; troops Apalachicola, ; and for one representative i to the Legislature or ground in its vicinity, belonging to the"APALACHICOLA t _
,; rnv!) keeps; -subjection: and empire rivalling; ORLEANS -.. .. __ _, 1 for.the County Franklin. : (
Schr Cirah, M,) to Sii'.l 9th) ill f.iI"IIHT LAND COMPANY without 4 ;
Kiro: : i ii n MnpulntH KVS AccnHuig, j! to Frt.H"h! ? Tailoring Establishment.rrUE The Polls will be held as follows: I,
. : 'I'.1!-it'i-T' conti'K-nt-i! peliticul writers R. I., permission. f _
tlc
j Indian At FORT GADSDEN
: : "jnntaid, or'1.r l .. | Sloop :\!m' t\\'n. H-u'lirk. cl-*' !10"12,1 inst. subscriber, having just arrived from New underjhe inspection of Any person occupying said lots or ground 1 1
2' l 1'- : i \ plv by tie! fe.tr oft 1 Win.
; Robinson
York, with a splendid stock of Cloths Cas- Carlton Evans and Insjo Elaby. without j'
: : permission, are hereby notified, that the f'
:?: :: s >, i 'I J i > _'"' .1!.1'dl ts ciit.vi.iin:; l -- -- -- -- I
by ----- At OLD
simeresVe:!tings, &c., of the most fashionable WOMAN'S BLUFF; under the inspection subscriber: is authorized for the sale of the same,
I : s.fffl I.r. \"d..t'h'I! top.'i ':ir.htur A Curd. styles, which .he i is prepared to make up in the ; of Chas. Russell, Sam'l. G. Evans and and if they do not come forward ; necessary steps

CJ'l'l'ri to fie C i' tltc /'://?/.- ). A. lirownJr :r T"" C. \V. WCWDIN.I tenders his thanks most fashionable minner, and at such prices thatviIlgivcsatisfwiion James Selden. 'V will be taken: to protect the rights of the Com
At APALACHICOLA _
to hisctistotners. The business under Jhe inspection of
: .f.' ?: to the citizens and the panv.
Apalachicola
) : 4 -iv n'n'I iirf -rlv Review, upcountry -
will be under the entire David G. Raney, Wm. Foster and Anson Hancock.
management; of All also notified
; are not to
persons
; i.'MM.-i4i'1 '1 tll.it th h'tV!; d l'j"iit,< <>d the' *O'Ji"Caij': l ittiber r C'nirv-ii.! <:>f hiptnii fnMft'ip < I t ta (pirMruhry! :Minanna,) t'r past favors, andtectfTz1lv \VM. C. LAWRENCE, who i is well known as a Given under my hand, this the 25th day of the lands by cutting Live Oak, Cedar trespassupon other _

.,' !II. .u-" After of ; ; r: :;: t solicits! a rmitiiiuance! : the ensuing person that Ls fully competent t3 suit the'taste of September 1SJ4. JAS. F. FARRIOR, timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN. Jgent
I y'\r* wan Jeriug!
r. d) ""I'lt .\' I ")er.leUvVe huv fon id i ., restij ; C;)"ql1t at the firm ')f FITCH: & WORDIX.Or the most( fastidious, from) his long experience in sep3U( tde Deputy Clerk. -IpaFa Land Co., I

t'J: : -, ,1 1.t 1 the! ii. art th! rernsit lu sought." I :: ee advertisement.Anahchicob ... rate this assortment business. I of shall Goods continue for Garments to keep' together a first P' fERFUMARY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c., oct7 1m for Apata and its vicinity _

i : ; Oct. l'th, 1'4. 0103tt0T ) with an assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Superior Cologne Water; "\l' t'ANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.-Just
f. .
RUI.'IIAU IN H'Mui.viy -\\% learn that the *' Lavender do. .L'
Shirts Stocks &c. fit received a Fresh and General Assortment of .
t. to out a gentleman's wardrobe A ;
C.ii.u.i t'o'nifil decided \
ln\e tint
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is do. _
{i II !h ve :.1 li.tilrmi: I liirij'n'i; : Brfl.l.Wrtalld! .ire: The J friends of r iir. S. vi.I'ENCF.T. T. and shaH use every exertion to give satisfaction Orange Bay do. \... FALL GOODS, consisting in part of- .
f Oiiy!: wtllla.f'Jr a fe"m' petition beforthey) ., that will make it an inducement for those .t Calicos, Muslins, Flannels, Linseys, 1'
S him. candidate to Essential Oils of all kinds
announce as a retiresent Silk Cravats Shaws
; ,
Quilt ,
IU IV" 1'1 ti"! iniit'r X"ury! all Ian ihuhlt'rs ml: : favoring m6 with their custom to continue to Worsted Cap, _
Franklin! county, in the lower House, at Balm of Columbia ; Hair Dye; Kerseys, Domestics, Canbric Hdkfs
! 811.i"'r"ooI' u.i; itt street have already! siii'vlpctitio'i do so. R. STEENBERGH. .
*, TT! tra".k; will be ()'tlte lIlrrow. th- the ensuing election. oct26 Apalachicola, Oct. 2G, 1814. Tooth Brushes, assorted: ; I I Ladies' }Kid Gloves! Linens Suspenders, _
; cir b-m? Ion; and hiving b'lt one seat, aid Hair do do. Pongee Hdkfs, Black Italian Cravats, Y

; drolw:1: by' nue! hor- T.i-: tracks will go round) ? We authorized to ; NOTICE.-All I persons having claims against Cloth Brushes ; Combs; '; I Ladies Bonnets, fancy, fluted, Nepolitan, &.c::
; lllwhll? ( ;rl'C'J sxrlu;) to 2I-t &trl' -'t. Xo stoexcpptin ,)- are an- late of Jackson County deceased Playing Cards; French and American: With a variety of articles suitable for the com

; v4ts; (( ; to tte' 11,1 or set t down passengers 'I nounceV.! fi. !M. DAVIS, E q., as a candidate are required' to (present) the same duly authenticated Also, a variety of Fancy Articles, Soaps, &:?', ins; St' Son. For sale by f L_____
Will:: be allowed! ad: 1 o.Ticers; will! Le detailed to represent: Franklin coii'itv! in the next Legislative to the subscribers within the tim > just received, and for sale at sep30 FRANCIS KOftVIAN.New !

r, tonifcirceihis rilitiln., Xo omnibuses will be l Council, at the ensuing election. sp3 prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in JOHN JONES' j
then: 'tiitted! in It that
| er liroi'iway: is pro&poaed Goods !
th" roa'i slt'ill.t' "Mtiteil to a private bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to Hair Dressing Saloo'fitoctlO l ..

bit !built !by ili City: th<" proceeds to bl eoinany applied| to EP1 \V c are authorized to an- said estate are requested to make immediate set ____ 3m Centre, near Commerce street. T.HE subscriber E. Platt has just fresh received and per brig
t t1" ;ivtnoiit. of t'ie"cihlic; debt.! A company haaar m tlement. HENRY JACKSON: \ a fashionable assortment 4
l n-vince' : WILLIAM: II. ROWLETF, candidate i. rs. Clothing, &c. i of FALL and WINTER GOODS
' "l''iy ,,*'\I"f'l; 1 $tniJ.) t 'r ann'itu for, five years I as a .-; STEPHEN JACKSON5lom consisting ,
i for taj; u.-e of tue Nd 'v- V. Tnbuife.It to resrex.'Mt: Fraukhn county, in the next Jackson County, Oct. 26, 1811. o20 2m I1 THRESH GOODS !-Just received per Caroline I in part, as follows- _
Lezi lntivc Council, at the cisnin; election. E. Platt, from New York :- I Gets Calf skin Boots ; Do extra fine.;

I H advcTs. to : ileut' to be consorted and OF[ 'CO-PARTNERSHIP Over Coats, Cashmere Pants, Satinet Pants, Do. Calf sewed water-proof do.; I _

trdivd ut' with i inferior! minds, or inferior com- c = We are authorized to announce DISSOLUTION of YONGE & TAYLOR Red flannel shirts, Kersey jackets and pants, Do. do pegged do do. j _

:, pnions, /t'twdwr ; 'l 1ffiiit. ./ rank. The foul 1 i is this day dissolved; by mutual consent. The Linen bosom Shirts, Calico do ; Suspenders::!, Do. fine Calf sewed Brogans; _
ROHERT J. FLOYD
01, ( Esq., as a Candi- Draws and under Shirts, Sattinet Jackets Mens kip do. Do. hide Boots
v ricer, neither find-: ? out his s'jeed, our calls! ; cows ; _
of the
business firm will be attended to C. C. -
late t fe.r the! :Senate from the Western! Senatorial by Sack Coats Woolen
Socks and Mitts Do. calf sewed
Shoes
oat !m if with the long quartered
: imers, pastured out ('o Ttmla ; _
who will continue in the
her I, tint yre tlestincJ for the collar and the District I at the ensuing: ; election.! j-7* Courts Yonge,of Walton to Jackson practice Calhoun Fur, cloth and velvet Caps; Children do. Do.. Morocco and seal skin Slippers;
Washington, Henry Clay Hats Men and Ladies kid _
yoke. ) boys sporting do. walking Shoes Gaiters, &c.j

: -.... ...,.,......-... -..-...... '"----, rq. We are authorized to announce and Franklin counties, Fla., and in Henry, Dale Fancy merino and velvet Vests, Gloves, Do fluted lawn Bonnetts ; .
-- and Coffee counties Ala. and in the Court of
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MARRIED. --r' Col. SAMUEL BELLAMY: of Jackson, Tallahassee. Half Hose, Silk & cotton Pocket Hdkfs, Do white lace Neapolitan do;
Appeals,
Also, a general assortment of STAPLE and Infants Caps Kid gloves, &c. &c.
as a candidate for the Senate from the Western ; ,
j I b TdiLiu! : f4 o-i: Motidiy: the I lilt instant, by Mr. TAYLOR, has located himself in Abbe FANCY DRY GOODS. For sale cheap by l .
; till District at the ensuing election. sep30 ville Ala., and will in all the Courts of (
Rev. Dr. Yl"aer11': J. CAilRAWAY practice sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN. sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN. kh.1 _
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that Circuit and the counties in :FloridaC. _
i SMITH! adjoining
to \II"s MAiiv WILLIS AISTIX.
i -- --__---.-- '---- --a_I r We are authorized to annntire C. YONGE, Copartnership and Commission INFORMATION ANTED.-Any person V
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f. ---- JOHN B. TAYLOR. Business, knowing anything of one WM. H. HARDY,
Dr. N. A. LONG of
h f ARRIVALS: AT Till: HOTELS.MANSION' :::;. for' the Senate from,the Jackson Western Senatorial as a Candidate Apalachicola, Oct. 13, 1841. 026 1m AT APALACHICOLA AND COLUMBUS. wha by trade is a Tin Plate workerwhetherdead

C at Hire brii' C E Piattj MOl'SU.Oe.pt: Park.lni: Ann L District at th> eriuing election. jy27* THE undersigned have associated for the pur- or alive-will oblige us, by forwarding the
? subscribers their fall stock
are receiving of transacting General to this uffice. When last
r Edz41. rvt Talbot. brr' Virii.i, ; Cj.t( W Hedell, ------ THE a Agency and sime heard from, whichwas
1: In t; Ci1)'II a; f'jipt A Robinson, Colnmlju.-' ; CaptMnim Groceries consisting of Commission Business. The business will be con- several years ago, he was at Galena IlHnoif;
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t Dvd N Orleans; A Littlcfield, St! Marks: ; r We are authorized to announce Java and Rio Coffee, Mac.krel Cheese, ducted-in Apalachicola, Fla., by' Henry L. Raymond $::,- Editors of papers, in the West and SouthWest

.r.\r' II B Kunbroiih\ (;or.ia; Capt A B Davis: ; WM.: W. J KELLY, Esq., of cambia, St. Croix Loaf Sugar Codfish, Segars, under the firm of RAYMOND &, HAR- will confer a favor, by copying ihe aboye. j

JC01t L C xlurtoii hteaul hj.1t'otlOn; J C Ru,;;"'li, as a candidate f>r the Senate from the Western A first rate article of Bjandy and Gin. DIN-in Columbus, Geo., by Edward J. Hardin Apalachicola, Oct. 14, 1s.t4.
"s Sr-lu.-iu .S ltn.s ell. Connecticut; F i-; Du- District at the ensuing election. sep30or Also-Negro Shoes and Blankets, Gunny Bagging under the firm of HARDIN & Co.
goL\ :tu.JoLaVia\ Htll"! awl lady, it 1 .H.tyallll and Kentucky Rope. All of which will be The advantages offered by this arrangement, to PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &.c. :

ldv.' lb''.a tl tIh.s: It JIo: I' J C \I.icl.1Y, sold low.VYLIE & McKENZIE, persons at a distance who have or wish to kr White Lead; .
'I t !I (' vtrt'; H It \\'oo.l, lIez P'iUh'l: C L.i'I ,\'. (: We are authorized to an- oct26 42 Water st. make business in either or may both places, will be 5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp; .

I rp'f'! t C H:1: !) rlc. A L ( I'rn""t :, .\. \\ralIt'r; nomce WALKER ANDERSON, E fJ', of Es. 75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes; 4
( perceived.
, H.B i \v-of<< ,1, p C K J Mcxi-i.ev.! A Downer readily Feeling ourselves fully competent
tin. : cambia! : 3a; candidate for the Senate from theWestern COFFEE FLOUR, &c -Received to conduct such business it should be 100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes ;
", t AVI.lJc.uc'JIJ.f11.\ rviiti A NT McKay, J C Allen, D J Day, District of Florida. sep23 SUGARS Cayuga, from New York- and intending so to do,a we respectfully: as solicit a, Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &.c:, &c. .

.. 5 hhds P R and St Croix Sugars, share of I Just received and for sale by '

IlL Raymond, T CITHOTEr.T Tainter, John Duncan, 'VI flT":: We are authorized to announce 10 bags; best Rio Coffee, patronage.EDWARD J. HARDIN, I I B. S HAWLEYi

1l1ttjHZi'u \V :Seymour, .1 Peck Jamc Drurii- JOHN GHENT of Walron 20 bbls superfine Flour HENRY L. RAYMOND. jel cor. Chestnut &. Commerce iteet*. 9
as a
) county
I Wi, j 13 tarrB \V O''sl"al, S O'cal, :\1 Brir 10 hf do do do,
candidate for the Senate from the Western Senatorial Apalachicola, July 31,1S44. alOtf ,
offer for
ii L'1ter. Cheese 1TM. G. PORTER & CO., sale large
11 L W' Spratt, J 11 Hull, C J :3hep.mJ: 10 boxes Goshen
. \V Co: n, A J Smith. District at the ensuing election. a26 10 kegs do Butter. ON CpNSIGNMENT.-India and Gunny V V and well selected stock of DRY GOODS. Ff

,. '---_ O.SIIEN rrff R-A few firkins, of supe. All of which will be sold low for Cash, by ; Manilla and Kentucky Rope, daily consisting ofCloths:- 1 ,

, RECEIPTS:::; OF PRODUCE.Pm ( vJT rior quality, for sale byNOURSE WM. A. WOOD expected by brig Virginia, which will be sold Cassimeres,and Kerseys; p .

; Pet /amerColu'nbus-51! bales cotton to E P STONE & Co. oct26 23 Water st. low by JAS F FARRIOR Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets; i',

7 ; 5IJ to lJ B Wood & Co. oct2G 46 Water st. sep30 33 Water st. Foieisn and Domestic Prints; 4
PT 117 bales of cotton to : GIN.-One pipe Holland Gin, Brown Drillings and Irish Linens '
I ?A-nner Clharlebton- HOLLAND RK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork ;
. MKay :: '. PEACH BRANDY-14 bbls Old Peach : just received by PRIME just re- Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ;
OLD and for sale byDODGE
'Or :".Ppr ood.30 J te4jztPr AU lJstd.-O; 'bales cotton to D 13 and a small lot of Old Monongahela DODGE & GARDNER &, "Shirtmgs ; .
GARDNER
f. Per :1: Co Whiskey: now landing, and for sale by sep30 40 Water st. Cotton Osnaburgs; .

' 3c uItfl.sILorLe.;J.1l1fr An s-2-t bales cotton to IcKay NOUSE STONE & Co. & CANDLES.-10 boxes Soap; -anglO- : 40 Water. -'-st.'- And every other article in their line adapted .

l'Ctctearnpr. Boston-150; bales cotton to D B nctOG 46 Water sf. SOAP do Sperm Candles, for sale by SALT.-1,200 bushs Coarse Salt of a superior to the country trade. dec4 y

e. Dod \ (-0. 5< to E P Butts; 53: do and 34 Ills SALT-1,250 sacks, just re DODGE & GARDNER just received on consignment.For .

:, teX n J"od:* J iliiclay 42 coils! rope to Lock- LIVERPOOL brig Lawrence Copeland and for sep30 40 Water st. sale byRAYMOND TTSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIPThe .-
1 r p louo;. & HARDIN The late firm of CHESTER, FARRIOR &,
sale RAYMOND HARDIN,
by &
'I niu bleitnter- Xotion-l03 bales cotton to E P oct26 Water st. OILS OAKUM, &c.-Just: received sep30 33 Water st. McGRIFF is this day'dissolved by mutual consent '
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.., Ht to'wr 1\X\ D B Wood Co'J"to J c Madd; PAINTS Caroline E. Platt. of the parties. Hugh, M. Farrior is duly .

f \\vi7l Porter & Co.; 12 to iJerry Dickinson; : CONSIGNMENT: pieces Kentucky 50 kegs Pure and No. 1, White Lead; GLASS.-20 boxes 8 by 10 Penn authorized to settle all the Unfinished business of I
WINDOW
o: AiKAti7i0..
'r Per st aln'r Sireu-2J bales ON Bagging; J 153( coils: Bale Rope. Also, a lot: 200 gals best Lamp Oil ; Window Glass, a superior article. said firm. WILLIAM CHESTER,

t' tob4cc0! : tu T I1.4\: C 11 AUitm colton 1 Lox and 6 bon of choice Hams, cured in Georgia, for sale by 200 "do boiled Linseod Oil ; For sale very low, by HUGH M. FARRIOR. '
: tobacco tot
IcKay ; sale low & CO. EPHAL Y, r GRIFF.
Hartshorne 4 ska meal Z11 Me McKAY & HARTSAORNE 10 bales Oakum, for by J STEVENSON ,
", ; to oct t3 40 Wat.r st. ep30 W A WOOD 23 Water 5t.I octS 45) Water street Apalachicola, Oct. 15th, 1844. 'o191znr .

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I HI LEGAL! NOTICES.Franklin I ADMINISTRATOR'S_ NOTICES, GEORGIA SENTINEL.AN No. 41 Water, near Chestnut st. TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY

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: = Cor. Ann& Nassau streets, New York.r
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Court. weeks after date I will apply in the & -" THE respec'tfally
Superior City undersigned
NOTICE.-Six be published
to
,. the Evening Paper,
.i Richard H. .of,
CHAMBERS. Long, Jude Politics Commerce 1 inform the Old
AT Savannah Ga. devoted to Patrons of
I ofAdministration the
.. 1 County Court of Jackson County, for, Letters IntelligenceThe TYPE &, STEREOTYPE
Robert J. Flo\d, comp't., | L. Agriculture and General FOUN
H.
on the estate ofVilliaizi, of our flourishing IV. DRY, formerly known "JAjsiJ
J I increasing importance as
: ). t'S.: IN "II \XCERYI late of said deceased. in the PATENT cir: 'V V
Russ ,
county enjoyed
f Curtis and Griswold, et al, j I V V and beautiful city-the facilities CoNERV and more recently ai '
'' defendant I WILLIAMS D. DICKSON. transmission of the mails-and the absense of an ffftffffi8i"CONNER& COOK'S," and the

_ 'r\4 I appearing to the Court from a fidavit filed in Marianna_ ,_Oct._8, 1S11._oH 6w Evening Paper in Savannah-all conspire to render if not SIX BARREL AND REI'EA'riNGI SELFREVOLVING lie in general that they are prepaied to execute pub.
I expedient,
t f IT : cause, that said Lewis Ctr.is and George -Six months after date I will apply the proposed publication at least IS'I.'OLS. orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, tc

Griswold, trustees of the Apa._chicola Land NOTICE Hon. Judge of the County Court fur necessary Whilst the Paper will bear principally a commercial in Fancy Hardware, Fine Cutlery, and every other article necessary to form com*

". Company, and said John M.] Berrien and David I Franklin County for letter of dismission on the character we shall endeavor to make it DEALER &c., consisting in part of plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable

Selden, who are defendants: in said cause, reside I estate of John Norton, late of said county, deceased. useful and interesting to all classes of the community Fine Pen & Pocket Knives, and Scissors; terms, and of aa ,good a quality as any other e*.

1 I. I It beyond: the limits of this) Territory to wit : thettjJ JAMES: GREEN, Adm'r. by rendering it a disseminator of truth-an. Razors and Chapman's Razor Strops; tablishment in the United States. ,

I' Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New Apalachicola, April 17, 1S44. a20 '}inTO advocale of virtue-and censor of vice. In pursuing Elegant Portfolios, for ladies ; The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both V

Ymk: and the said; Berrien and Selden in the the plan determined upon, the of followingwill the Paper Steel! Pens anu Pen Holders; in style of face, and the material of which it j jo
shall -
:>, state of Geor. ia. It M ordered, that a notice be nCE-"ix months after date I applyto i comprise the leading departments cheerfulness of Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pens; I I made, particularly adapted for service in Newg.
of the
for the of four months N Hon. Judge of the County Court which we hope will carry
week
space to the Printing.
publshcdoiice dismissiSn from the knowledge and the light of truth wherever it is Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks ; paper
in the "Commercial Sdvertiser, a newspaper Jackson c tun'y, feE letters received. Patent [Inkstands; Fine Letter Paper; ocr All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order

_ 1 prmted in this district t. before the ensuing; term administration on the estate of Sampson Pope, Porxnc.'Ve shall jtain the great Republican Fine Gold and Silver Pencils; N. B.-Such Newspapers as: will copy the above

of said Court, re' uirin; said defendants, and each late of said county deceased.: doctrines embraced ,n the Virginia and Ken- Genuine German Cologne, and fine Perfumes three times, previous to November next, will be
and answer, otherwise the SARAH:> H. POPE, Adm'x.Jackson '99 asmamtamed by entitled to in on making bill
of them, to appear tuckey Resolutions of 179S- for Handkerchiefs", &.c. pay type a of four
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso: County, July! :.!6, 1844. a3-0m Jefierson, Madison, Troup, Hayne, Calhoun, and Bear's Oils Toilette Mirrors; times the amount of the three insertions.

_ _1 j. against; them (a 'op-tp.ste.) OTICE.-SixmOuthS after date', I will apply i other distinguished! advocates of State Democratic Rightsandmore Con- Fine Cloths;, Hair and Tooth Brushes ; JAMES CONNER & SON. '1

GEO. F. HAUV2ELL, Clerk. 1! to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the recently Baltimore set forth !by in May the last-as forming Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs; New York, June 1st, 1S41. je3 3in

j; ApalaehicnIaMJy: 30th' 1I 1)). lei1mFranklin County Court of Franklin county, for letters of vention what we at conceive to he, the fundamental principles Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders; WARM SPRINGS. -

Superior Court. dismission from the estate of Thos. 11. Thompson. of our Goverment. Thus having for our motto- Morocco Pocket Books ; Tweezers; I

L CHAMBERS. H. B. STONE, Administrator. Free Trade-Low Duties No Debt-Seperation: Ladies') Fine Feather Fans ; MERIWETIIKIl COUNTY, GEORGIA.V!
AT
f Apalachicola May 10,1841. my IS Om from Banks!: -Economy-Retrenchment-and a Feather Dusters Key Rings ; THE PROPRIETORS of this watering

Robert May, comp't., 1 _____ ..__ -:..# -. u_ __, __ __ __ strict adherence to the Constitution," and placingourself Violin and Violin; Strings! ; |fiSA ill] place, have been induced to open their "!

vs. I IN CHANCERY. Tax Notice 1IN upon the broad bias of the latter,we can invoice I I &, Knitting Needles, &c., &c. jHiiiLHouse; for the accommodation of invalidsand
Curtis :and Griswold, et al., with Ordinance passed by alike the fidelity of the Unionist and the Sewing : much earlier this season than
bar- others
r I Ir conformity an maintaining inviolateits Also a good supply of single and double usual,
defendants. in
Nullifier !
: to the Court 3lIT from affidavit) filed Mayor and Council of the City: of Apalachicola zeal compromises of the whereby, alone our civil and reseured reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which he.. in consequence of the many applications! that have ,
appearing 22d .14 entitled "An Ordinance \ : made t for Board from ditlerent of
that said Lewis Curtis and March IS !liberties can be to usand the blessings offers cheap for Cash. been parts the
thi ru..e; ligious
i Griswold! frustecs of the Apalachicola to raise a Revenue for the use of said City. of our glorious Union perpetuated. Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 18M.) 07 tf country, bv those laboring under various diseases,

n r.e John M- Uorricn and I, Peter Hobart, City Tax: Collector, have this Our object being To'assist in sustaining the great such as Rheumatism, Dyspcpsy, &c all of whichreadily

Ln.l Company, and said in said cause, day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of December principles of Con itutional Liberty, and in drawing Tailoring. yu-ld to the} virtue of the water. \Vehye
Selden"who defendants
I David( ( are to wit : next, at 1 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the men's minds from worship of their, fellows: to #3* TERMS-Cash on Delircr'jJ heretofore held out more inducnsents to persons V
of this Territory
: reside beyond the limits (in the state of New Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public an acquaintance with the nature of their gover- Fall and Winter Fashions just rcctivnL seeking pleasure:: to vUit these Springs! than to
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the siid Curtis and Gri-wold, in thestate outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the following ment, our columns shall be open to the discussionof tl1.THE subscriber respectfully those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
and Selden, In
Vor of; a-ul Georgia.tie saul It is JJerriei ordered: ,: that a notice be described property, as will bring double all political however questions will the of dignity a general of the nature.press:: be jt{._ 1 informs the Citizens Apalachi- ., say come, ai'd come early, if you wish to he 1

,''I f' \i week fLlI.th space offour months the amount annexed, together with all costs and yielded no case, permitting it to become the vehicle of \W' cola, and its vicinity, that he has I. benefited. These Spring* have proved a certain
'tl pmli&ed-i ice a his TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT in all ot RheuinattMn, Dvspepsy J
Advertise charges of sale. vulgar personal abuse. removed cure cases: &c.
a newspaperprinted scurrility or
.: ::i t in -'Coin-ru'rcial thisdi.tnct! before the ensuing term Bicks. LntTo whom aerd.:: $ ctt': Believing the nominees of the Baltimore Con- ,' to the new and I in no instance: have: invalids failed, to be benefited ]I

in said defendants and each V vention, JAMES: K. POLK: and GEORGE M. DALLAS, I building of Capt. Simmons, corner who have visited them, for the proof of
of s ,id Court, requiring : otherwise the ;JJ: 1 ? -\. .f. Bennett,.. . :..).:.). ou fully competent to discharge the duties of President '.' of Centre and Commerce street, which, we can refer! to innutr.eralle: certificates,

\ i:. of thp.tl'! appear and answer take, : confesso IH <1 and Vice President of the United States, we ,. and i is now prepared, on reasonable some from! the most respectable gentlemen in the
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be
will
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::J coaipUi.unts: : bill pro C2. .15: } C. 1.L,.D ar tl e t t,.. . 823 shall endeavor<< to promote their election, by all "-.. : terms-to execute all orders State. '
;ju'nit them. (a copy- teste) .... 2.> .). "("" .q) "'" honorable means.Co31IEacrAi.Under. will
in the latest
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I GEO. F. ll.\I.. l'.lELL. Clerk. ""H2 3 1... Birdsal,. . . 2 5') thishead will be found the V -- in his; 1inefbuiness: To those in pursuit pleasure xve say this

\ Apihchicola, May 3Jth.; 1814. jel 4mt H2 4 J. Birdsll"".. . . 230 latest: statements of the various markets for our and most fashionable; styles, and warranted to fit. much, that \ve inteird to offer! inducements enoughto

I Fl g & 12 Calhoun &. Bass,. . III 00 staple productions, both Foreign and Domestic N.ll.-Boys Garments particularly attended to. make the Warm Springs; the Saratoga of the
Fi.aakii: t Superior Court.AT t corrected Weekly Review JAS. C. COLE L\l;. South. We intend to keep a better Hcnsethan:
-- :; :A1 1 John Evans,. . . 2 50 together with a carefully -
I.: ChAMBERS] \ of our own market. Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 15.1 1. o7 tf we ever have kepti"and it is i said that weuiiu-rally !-.
j \ "-'. D2 1&9 ? Edmondscn ..oO1mp'd be deemed ofi n- Beds all l .j
Thomas: Mitchel: comp't. ) t C. a a a a a AGRlCULTUItE.Vhate'er may ----- kept a vervrgockTcne.: ) Our are entirely l
III j&.JG; 5 those engaged in Agricultural pursuit, lllacisulithhp:, "te. f1 been and
u.bveahI repaired, the
terest to h
: vs. . . 250 new ; cur
; John Gilmore be (
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f E'! 11 and pains will
shall have due attention, no informs uul beaut '
Dodge: ,McDoujjald, Calho'in: 43 6 F. R. Grimn,. . . I UO make interesting; to the Farmer, ____ THE subscriber respectfully whole place 1 presents'a new ifulappesrance. I
spared to our paper % of the atmos .here is fine I
44 V
the of
and Bass, trustees of 4 the citizens Apalachicnla The temperature ,
225C : and
l' 1 !0 Estate of John Gillispie, in comparison to which, all other trades pro-
Frauxlin! : L-md and Apalachicola ::? 6 j &. 7 Jac9hHan.ey,. . . 7 :3f) fessiousmay be said to be but the frieze and cor- ;:.';' hand its vicinity, that he has erected the thermometer eidt-m; rising above So degrees.
Lot Company; ;Jf s. on Commerce (in the r<>ar of Our Bath are in a* !irood order as I hey can heand :'
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IN CHANCERY. 7 John Kern ,. . . 3)1)Irtp'd nice. .
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\ Lewis Curtis and Gcoqe"J Imp'd 3 John Kennedy, .. 250 GENERAL: hTET.TmF.XcE.-Tn this departmentwill V > '/.it )/ '' No.22; Water) street, a BLACKSMITH'S for the btMs-fit; of those!: who have not paid us a 4:
I I of the 10 synopsis of the passing\ ( SHOP, where he i is visit will describe them : they are 6 in number, 1
''f : Griswold, trustees 8 2 J. C. Love,.. . . 300 be found a general prepared ,we
:t.:' \ Apalachicola Land: Co.; 3Vill iam Low,. . . 3 00B'2 events of the day, together with occasional selection to execute with neatness and despatch, each ten fret squire[ in the dear, with a dressingroom ;
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both Foreign
Myers: assignee: in I .. 500 from the best Literary Periodicals, and on the most reasonable terms, all work in his attached to each, and are so arranged as to ;
11 Charles lcKinney, will have a
fine whatever
1 of \V. and domestic. In line of business entrusted to his care.RICHARD raise the water to any: depth required ; our Spring i ii
It George ,
ti bankruptcy
: Imp'dEo2 10 J.Martin,. . . . 425 tendency to develope the rich and varied natural hundred :
PARKER.Apalachicola of thirteen gallons of
defendants. i affords( upwards '
r lItO'B, Imp'II \2 6 Mitchell Marzell,. . 32;) of our State, elevate the moral character \
t '1 appearing; to the Judge by affidavit! filed in E2 5 J no. T. Myrick,. .. . 5 (JO resources of its citizens or promote the prosperity and Oct. 10th, -ll-Jm: water per minute ; the temperature of the water ,
J. this cause that slid Daniel McDougald, James in which we live, is precisely 90 decrees. Tin analysis i as taken by ;
,f. I F1 11 Joseph Mitchell,. a 4 50 happiness of the community
and Charles L. Bass Lewis Curtis and humble ADVERTISEMENT.WILLMER Dr. J. Cottinir, State Geologist, is as follow! ;
i': S. Calhoun ; E2 D K. McKenzie,. . . 5 On shall meet with our ardent support. EUROPE > :
I and Griswold and Myers: reside CO) VITIO S. : & SMITH'S: of the ft'f.- ;
George ; & 17 M.utl.ind: & ons: ,. 7 00 IlfMshr above the level sea, 793J
f beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit : the H1t Mitchel. 0 00) TIlE DAILY SENTINEL: : will be published every E .-During the time this tlnniity] one wine !pint or 2r>..*75 cubic inctie:1.eiti -
and :
Jos
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slid McDjiiilJ, Calhoun and Myers, in the stateof HI g & 12 Peter afternoon on an imperial half sheet, and delivered journal has: : been before the w.jvld: the pnipri''t tct." ; > qruMty O.OOd) -rii.-Mlird water b 'iu.:; lftXJ.
. :j 00
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4r.i.t; the s: ,id Curtis and Griswold, in the 15 8 A. J. Norris,. in any part of the City, at Six:; DOLLARS per i. refer, with pleasure to the praise which it has (JASKS-Carbonic acid a.2 cubic int-lie
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Xe.v York; and the said Bass in the state 30 7 Ogden & Ferguson, annum payable in advance. elicited from the press of England, Ireland, Scotland I Sulphurate of hlydrozen..a; truce. .
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state ;ordered that notice be published 1mpdC 00 laii'l.1yan, . . 325; THE GEORGIA SENTINEL: for the country, will! he the United States, C ,Hath and the West I SOLID?-Carbonate of Lime.... ....1 qrain.Carf .
i of Aiabiaa.! It is months Irnp'd A 00 John Ragan,. . . 2 23 issued once a week, on a Super.Itoyal: sheet, and it has received >onute: of iron..3 5 grains.Carbrnate 'i
of four Indies and the yicrunigernent
I oic: i a ween for the space Imp'd A2 2. :''rank White,. . . 300 forwarded by mail to any part of the Union, at $:J and Canadi. of MarrriK-ia:: .. ... 10 09 grains.
of this Court, in the for 3: from the public of the United States
before the! ensuing: : term 7 4.;'. Thos. L. \Vin ate, . 2 75) per annum for a single< eopy-Two copies # it from all The t mr-reVature of theater, winter and sum
Comm rci.lld'crliser, a newspaper printed in \ five copies for $10-payable invariably ad- Three essential features' distinguish "
GOO -or 90 desrees.
F2 15 lenry Williams,. . of mer,
'. this: District, r*? (Uiring said defendants to appear vane. It will contain all the reading mailer contempora' eons public! ttio I:s.
) and auswor. otherwise the complainants bill shallb PETER HOBERT, tHe daily paper, including Editorials, Commuica- First-It contains a full, correct and comprehensive : A Splendid Road has been" finished, expressly

? taken: pro confesso: against them. City Tax Collector. lions, aweekly Review of the S.lvannahlar: Shr.MJinn, l List arranged on a {flan ;u> ptairi for riding, three miles in length; it leads to the

/. ( : teste) Apalachicola: June 7th, 1S41. je5! Cm ket, &::c. and practicable, that he who runs may reuJ." snrjnuit 'ot.i )lonnt.lin'h re you beheld one of)
coy inserted in the Daily
Gk::(). F. B.\L TZELL, Clerk. Advertisements will be and" Persum: i interested in the Marine of Amer'ca : la V the nirst magnificent! \'it"m Guirma. A good i ir

))1 Apahehicuh, May: :J1st, b 11. jel 4m $200 Reward Paper at fifty cents for per each square continuance., for the first In the turn in an instant to tile ink nn itmrj which: 1:1: :'V
RUNAWAY from the subscriber about twenty-five\Veeldfiftvct'nt5! cents square, will be charged seek with the certainty of relying on its truth.It !;. COLD SPRING, only !this of a mile from the.

t Apalachicola District of Florida. t two years ago, two negro men, "JOHN" for each jILeI I lOll. per thin supercedfs Shipping Lists! and ftlier expensive Hotel; this: Spring si said: by all who) have seen it,

l.'H.\:'; KLtS cuu.\ fY. ,nnd "ALBERT." Albert is about thirty- The fii>:t Number will appear about the firt of publications from Europe: some of' which to be the, tine-t: cold water' ii! the woild.

D. K. Dodge, Compi't, ) five years of age,and about 5ft 5in in heighj October next, or sooner, if the necessary arrangements are six times the price of \Villrner &, Smith's The amusements; at the S'riri.jare; : various.

and In Chancery. is thick and heavily built, has a very black skin, can be made and a sufiirMfiit number of Euro:,eari Times." The Call Room is: ononed nightly:and the services

Janes: C. WaUon, et al. Def'ts. 1 and is a negro of tremendous althetic make. Johnis subscribers obtained to warrent the publication.gCf Se; Cnrllv-lt' ( contain Price Current of all the of one of the be>t :?\.Iu<5,"ians in this section cf the

T'fap..irantc the Court from the report of1he about 5ft Gin in height, is stout, well made and { Persons wishing:: to subscribe will please handin reat British and European !markets, devoted country i Is enaed::; to take charge of it.

I Master in Chancery, in this eappointed, very muscular; his skin is not very black, but their names will immediately forward them, and those the holding first of subscription October principally to the articles of trale: and cornllH'lTe We intend to devote our time exclusively this
lists by -
Tint the lolluwuu sums are due by the parties rather; between that of a black negro and a dark if convenient. more immediatelyappertaining: to the American season to the comfort; of our visitors i and we hopeto

: hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments heretofore molatto. It is well known 'to many, that the Communications, or sooner, : by Mail must be post paid, to continent, and in winch! the merchant, the trader be able, between us, to please all, and see that

I called in, on their stock in the Franklin above named>groc5 were at work around about insure attention. and the man of business: must fed l an immediate none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and :Mrs. Johnsoa

I ., Land: and ApaUchic-ola Lot Company, public notice the vicinity of lola, for some time after the sub- WILLIAM ?. HARRISON.:; interest. On the score of correctness, the tabular will hive l charge the: house, S. R- B. too,will

I It. is: hereby iriven tov the parties respectively, scriber left Florida, and they have frequentlybeen Editors in this and adjoining States, By giving figures, and the remarks ;.X'-c"miunymi: ; the various give his \\'hole'atte.ntion..
'. unin F. Nourse, Receiver during the last six months in that the above few insertions, will confer a favor,
the to Benj
I. :. I to pay: sitne seen a markets, showing their actual ( ()rdIti n, maybe Our charges will be: the same* heretofore,
I with the interest thereon, and it is i believed that they are which will be duly appreciated, and reciprocated II.
I ( in said cause, together neighborhood, relied on, and are in t\ct: tin: authority: with >3t'>, per month for Boinl and Lodging. Baths,
I from the first day of March, IS J.'J: or their respective still t thereabouts. The above reward of $200, tlie first opportunity. list will he found at this most of the first houses in the principle cities of free. A fine stock of goods i is kept here, and
shares will be sold at public auctio/i; in accordance will he paid for their apprehension:" and lodge ciA Subscription : 35 mile
I ofiice.-SAVANNAH, SEI-TEMCKR: : :3, 1Sf It. the United States and Canada.: old at fair priceTlie>'; Snring* are
I I ; with a decree of the Court of Chancery ment in any jiil j or otherwise, so that I get them, Thirdly-As a newspaper; it presents to the north of Columbus, and lo) uiik.* south of Green

i III lor( the District aforesaid, to pay the several l or $100 for either of them.JOHN B ENIERS'TAREROO.T, American reader, in a concentrated state, tuul ville. Victors will line no diihculty in reaching
amyunti so due and ow ill:;'. Sale first Wednes- D. GRAY. PnINTERS'ND street New York. The connect
4 !> where the interest cr importance of the subject here at all times, as the daily Stages
.t\ iy in December next, to wit : per JESSE F. POTTS Hoe Printing Press, Machine and Saw Manu- demands it, in the most detailed and ample form Mobile, Montgomery, Sa\ innali, Augusta. Macon

I Daniel: McDoxu-il 1 principal and interest, due 1st St. Joseph, Oct. 14th, 1814. olO 1m factury, heing'under the management and direction topic of political 1 commercial domestic and anti Madison; with Columbus and Greenville,and 1

March Iil3.. . . . . .1,000 00 every [
J 8200 Reward of Richard M. Hoe and Robert line, continueto miscellaneous interest which has occurred in Eu- Hacks run daily from both places here, so there ;

V IltId.4("in A. Thornton, 3,310 61 RUNAWAY, or stolen, two negroes manufacture, at greatly reduced prices, Print-I rope, or elsewhere; since the departure of the will be no disappointment. A four horse St haZe

B'Jrton Hepburn, or his assigns, were : .J YCINDA" and JIM."-Lucinda left I ing Presses:: Hydraulic Presses, Standing prc'violpacket ; especial regard being% paid to also leaves Columbus! three times week by the '

indebted on the same day and year. 972 TO she is between 20 Self-inking machines, Chafes: Cases, and every whatever is mOst connected with rr relitos: the way of Hamilton, for the Springs. 1
John D. How n.. .. . . . 3G5; 1J3 about the 21st August ;
S. ( for Office Company
article a complete Printing a The will be receive
30 of dark complexion, deli- necessary political, social, and commercial well-Vinj! ; r-t t Proprietors ready to
Jand age
years
order of the lIon. Sa.muelV. Carmack, -
4 By cat Jui of the Court of Franklin county,
;e Superior' countenance and extremely proud ; she was purchased they keep constantly on hand. short, it takes a glance at every circuriiNtar.ee in sr.YMOUR R. nO NER-

in the Ap&Uchicola District of Florida.R. J. MOSES, of L R Rdiidill, living on the Upatoie, Hoc & Co's Patent Single Cylinder Press, has which the inhabitants of the Great Western con- WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.The .

been recently much improved in many essential tinent feel interest. It the Warm Springs are so well known that we
in 9 miles from Columbus, on the 15th; of January, can possibly l an puts
1 i Master. Chancery. 1313, by the subscribers.! Jim left the 7th inst., particulars, with a vie.* to adapt it to first-rate Americrn reader in possession, the moment it do think it necessary trouble the public with along

ApiUcliicah! August 10! 1 t.t.J he is a likely young fellow, 20) years of age, and. book printing, as well as excellent newspaper comes to hand, of whatever has transpired: during array of certificates, settingforth their claim

aSiciicoli District of Florida. is about G; foot high, dark complexion, a little work. A considerable number of these machines the i interval in Furope-personal, pout ical and; to the patronage of the invalid, as well as the
ace now in daily operation in this city and elsewhere commercial.It of health and We will therefore
In Niipprior Couri-Franklin County. knock-kneed! ; wore off a straw hat, white panta- man pleasure.
J Al hono1lJJ.t, i CHANCERV.David loons and cloth coat, and has left his mother and doing the work very rapidly, and in a has already attained a very high character, only invite the attention of the reader to the following

4. %:i. > IN father, and seven brothers and sisters ; consequently superior manner. and may: with great propriety be said to contain: : letter fromDoct. J. J. Bosw: ell, of Columbus

\ l D. Churchill, 3 Bill to foreclose Mortgage. we have just grounds for believing (having The improvements in their Double CylinderPress the BEST PRICES CURRENT; the BEST :

V appearing: tHc Court by a.lidivit, that theaid found a free pas, in the possession of one of ;;, not only greatly increase its speed, but SHIPPING LIST; and \\is the BEST EUROPEAN COLUMBUS, March 23d, 1844.

E David 1 D. Churchill! the above defendant, the other negroes,) that one Lucy A. Bartec, and render the press much more durable and less liable NEWSPAPER which reaches this country Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodattDiJ

.t resid2: beyond: tiie j-msdictio'i j of this: Court, and her Washington Stevenson, has feloniously to get out of order. It is the only machine from England: ; for it comprises in a co- dcnst-d' l and courteous proprietor' of the Warm Springs,ofMerriwethcr

out of the Territory ol Florida" but within the inveigled; stolen, taken and carried off the above adapted to the most rapid newspaper printing. form of twenty-four columns, every description of county-It is due the public % hQ

( United Statej : It i is ordered, tint publication be named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her sonabsconded They are also the manufacturers of the Patent news of interest of America, which had transpired may wish to leave their own homes and firei

V made in same newspaper published! in the city of from the house of Thos. T Bartee, with Washington and Smith Presses, which are so extensively (' in England and other Foreign i parts, from the during the sickly season, to seek a place where
of
Apilachicola, once a week for four months, re- whom she and her husband, John R. Bartee, resided used by printers throughout the United sailing of the previous up to the( hour of depar- they can enjoy health, and all the comforts

9 airini; him to appear and answer the said hill ofcomplaint the Washington, on the 2Hh and Mrs. States and Canadas. They call the attention of ture of, the Steam ship which conveys the forthcoming cultin ted and refined society, to point them tft

I on or before the expiration of that Bartee on the 20th! of last month. She left disgracefully Printers to their new Machine Card Press, with number. the Warm Sprin:::;. In its Topographical! situs

tim, or the said bill will be taken an confessed after breaking! glasses and every thingin which one boy can print 1500: cards in the best cIt will he sold at 12 cents per copy only. tion, it i is unquestionably: inferior to no Watering

I 1. & .i 1Ht him, aad such further order given in the her pown.Ve will pay twenty dollars for style per day. This machine is very simple and Amongst other numberou and flattering testimonials place in the United States. The Medicinal vI'tties
!
.4 premises as: to the Court may seem justice.Copy each of the above described negroes, delivered to not'liable to get out of order. Its inking apparatus the Boston Morning Post, sbjs :- outs Waters from the Chemical anahsisssb-haS.

0 f ( -Teste.) GEO. F. BALT2ELL, us in Stewart county, Ga., lodged in any jail so is self-acting. We are greatly indebted to this newspaper for muted to the public by the States Geologist,
u
1 t' ; J. & L. BRANCH: Clerk. that we gpt them; and will pay the balance of two The Hoe" Co., also manufacture a CylinderJob our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial news. and ever will exert a happy influence over Rh

( t .J Solicitors for Compl'ts. hundred dollars (say SI 1 CO) for the apprehension of Press, of large! foolscap size, which requirestwo One number of Willrner & Smith's European mat ism ; Bronchitis; Laryngitis i ; Hipertitis; DIM*

j ( ,; Anahchicoh, Feb. :2s ISH.; mll-lm the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will boys to attend it, who at the same time drive Times is worth a whole file of any other English rher; Dysentary ;Dispepsy, and all diseases of tae

J cautioned convict them for negro steal in;;, as the law directsin the machine with their feet. It will print from paper." skin and Kidneys.
-All persons arc hereby 1500 to 2000 impressions per hour and do good before this note to sir, I have Qul1'complird
NOTICE and the
Note given such cases made provided.JOHN Published at Liverpool, just steamer In addressing you
tradtn for a Promissory: work.The. of so
P. BARTEE. sails !AVILLTAM & SMITH. Subscription with the earnest solicitations
I by me to Samuel Gammon, for two hundred andfii'tv THOMAS 0. BARTEE. "Hoe" Co., assure their friends, and prin- FOUR'DOLLARS PER ANNUM.IT kind friends who have been either radicallY *
Q4 dollars 250: ( (ii; due I think, the 1st of W.a.ten'
( ) shall be
ters generally, that no pains spared to of the
Stewart Co., Ga., Sept. 23th) 1St i 1. o7 Ot or greatly I benefited f by the curatives
Mirch, isn, endorsed by B. S. Hawley. The maintain the reputation of their establishmentand .
i k the intention of the proprietors of the of the Warm Springs.!
consideration: for which said note wa: given OTlCE.Atl are hereby cautioned them eonsderation '
I persons that all orders entrusted to will receive sir with sentiments of high
EUROPEAN TWIES, to publish EXTRAS I dear ,
having entirely failed, I shall not pay the same against trading for a note of hand, drawn by prompt and careful attention. con- am,
similar obedient servant,
to the
unless compelled by law. me and made payable on the 1st of June, I-J 13, Editors and Proprietors will be supplied} with taining a digest European Times, your J. J. BOSWELL.To .

I NELSON HAWLEY. to Mrs. Gorrie, for one hundred (I01J) dollars. estimates in detail for Printing Offices or IJinder- : but more condensed forwarded: price three cents per copy, Col. S. R. Bonner.DRUGS .
shall have
r I \oodvillc, Ga., Sept. :23, 1., }U. oMtf The note, i is dated on or about the 1st October, ies, by informing us of the style and quantity of which I few minutes by post and railway --
in after -
a each -- -- -
steamship'sarrival -
p .-All persons are foibid from tres IS 12 ; and as the consideration for which said work which they desire to do. I express in Boston, and which be obtained in MEDICINE, &r.-The !1Jb1rribtt'

I NOTICE upon lot No. 10, block 3, or from occupying note was given having!; failed, I will not pay the Jobbing, and Machine work in general. quantities at very low prices.EDWARD.may opened a iresh supply of countrY Dra r.

f V the same, by authority of any one but the same, unless compelled by law. June 1st, 1814. WILLM ER. Medicines, &c. All orders from the
AUSTIN.Apalachicola
L. subscriber, who is alone authorized to lease<: or EDMUND: N. B.-Publishers of Newspapers in the United EUROPEAN TIMES" OFFICE, > promptly attended to. B. S. HAWL..
Oct. Uth 1811.( ol43t '*
streC
V sell]! the same. R. J. MOSES. States or Canada who will insert this adverti Boston, June, 18-14. J jyl jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce --.

Apalachicola, Sept. 1st, 1SU. slO 1m RICO SUGAR-10 bis superior quality ement three times before the 1st of next July, Os

4 /"tORN. 200 bushels New Corn, received per PORTO Rico Sugar, for sale by and send one copy of their paper to us containing tOFFEE.-100 bags Rio and Laguira Cofl e. ABURGS.-IO bales Cotton ,
; 1, DODGE & GARDNER, it, will be entitled to the payment of their billson / For sale by Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by ..
> Siren for sale by 23W
,
; S tF"'r.f \J ep'JU steamer W A %\'OODvdte'r *t.V t. ;I sep30 40 Water st; purchasing four times the amount thereof. srpSO W A WOOD, 23 Water st. sep30 'V A 'VQQD, .



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