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


No. 136 Water 8 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER, KIMBALL, Proprietor.
Edw'd. C. Center & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCtANT.
Mobile, Ala.
rj- Collections and Remittances promptly at-
teded to.
Refers to-Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne,
oct26 6m Apalachicola, Fla.
Andrew S. Cooke,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messes Harper & Holmes,
janl5 tinov Apalachicola, Fla.
SHEPARD T LIPPINCOTT, WM. H. WYATT.
Lippincott & Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly


,C0M E RACIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED SATURDAYS
BY
NoAs. 0 9 ilWA0B a 9,- &L WYaaAq,
Office third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce & Chestnut streets,
AT Ta1EE DOLLAR., PER ANNUM,
PA.T.ABLE 11 ADVANCE.
4 lrtisae n its of te-i lines or less (twenty lines
or n)rh ia ronrtio1,) ao is icaoualy inserted
at the follotvi9' r sites:
3-sc v'ir.... ... f l) )) n01 month ..... 50
Sit n)iths,. ......7 0) Inree weeks,....... 2 00
T ir n) t'ni,. ...5 )1 Two weeks,.......1 50
r.v) n ) it' ,., ...4 900 e0:1i isertioa ......l 00
t) t rswi v'D t lvertise by the y.ar a liberal dis-
co i nt vill b n ae; bit ill advertisements not
strictly 3rtaii.; to their own business, as
well -t iil l .;eala ivertise nents eait in by them,
will be charged at the usual rates.

NEW YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKErS.

-STAR LINE"
Ship M trianna,..............Phillips, Master.
Ship Rio.izi,.................. lark,
Brig E-n )ire, (iew) .......... Lewis. "
Brig Caroline E. Platt,........ Rice, "
Brig Virini:,................Talbot, "4
Bri, jritora,,............... Bedell, 6
Bri' C vayn:; ,........ ..... .. Bedell, "
Bri MVIary, ..................Richardson, "
F'. IE vessels being f li-ht draft of waler
11.F ca>,,nivide'l by experienced masters, are
* well ada,)ted to the trade, and will sail punctual-
I y as rlvertised.
W- a ll (,roo Is forwarded to the sabsicribers in
\New York, will be shipped free of comnmissiions.
PO3r & PHILLIPS'
68K 3 nti street, New York.
McKAY x. I-AR." ;)RNE,
40 Vaterr st., Apalachicola.
'O.tobar 1st, S1914. "o2v
NEV YV .i tY APALACAlCOLA PACKE I'S.


Regular Packet Line.
Ai i'irv .t hia-irton,. ..J J D)ane, master.
iup l 1 Wri'-ian,............6 Vm. Pritt, "
ship U ca.I, ............... P V Ltiharn, "
ibii ER ')le n,............. \ L Dyer, "
fri N M v al'ittt',.......... V -I Do)a e, "
B;- \- n Elizai............. V C Park, "
BB -i 1 eta-nora............. Ashley, "
IT IEE vessels are of lih'it drift of water:
*built expressly for the trade, of the best Ina-
terials, copper fastened and coppered, with hand.
srna., aco n nodations, and will suil punctualiy
as aivertiied. When the diy of silin_ falls on"
Sa 1I tv, the ships will sail on the Monday follow.
i ii. The price of passage is $.10, without liquors
kI- It t Ils fior.v tr led to the is' -rib rs, a
N v vt,,r., vvill be ;1iipied tree of commission.
E. D. 1JRlItL &JT & CO.,
S4l iouth st., N. Y., or,
NJJRiE, TONE & CO.,
so t3 46 Water st., A,)d'a.
Clpartinerdip and lCouttissiot
laistite.ss)
A I' APALACHiICJL -\0O COLUMBUS.
fI IE undersi lned have aiss-,.-ated tor le put
;ise of' tr,ticactinw .t Ge weral AXency an
Comissido Business. l'e business will eo.
du-ted i AiX.ilachic-l.&, 'in., bv Henry L. ! mo 1, vuider the firm of RAYMAND &, -HA
D[N--i Columbuse, Geo by Edward J H ardin
u,1.1r t tirm of H RDIN & Co.
Tlie advantages offered by this arrangement, t(
persois at a distance who may have or wish I
nuke business in either or both pLaces!, will b(
readily perceived. Feeling ourselves fully coti
pete-it to coidnct such a business ai it should be
and intending d so to do, we respectfully solicit
share of patronage. DD
EDWARD J. HARDIN,
HENRY L. RAYMOND.
Apalachicola, July 31, 1844. alFtf
C J-PAR I'NERi1tilP NOTICE.- i'he unde
siv-ied liavig issociat.Ad wth tView Mr. I
W.'_iROOK3, will ci i tivitl to trainsact a Gener
Co nmsi.-io-i, Forward: i.,, and Shiping Busines,
under the firm of NJaRE, qrONE & Co.
NOJRSE & STONE.
B. F. NURSES, 1
H. B. SroNE, Apalachicola, Aug. 1, 1S4
H. W. BaooKs. al9

mhe late firm of "CHE 'rER, FARRlOR
McGRIFF," is this day dissolved by mutual ci
sent of tbe parties. Hulgh M. Farrier, is di
authorized to settle all the unfinished businesR
said firm. WILLIAM CHtESTER,
HUGH M. FARRIOR,
EPHALY McGRIFF.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15th, 144. o19 Im
I-SOLU fION OF *CO-PARTNERSHIP,
rte co-partnership of YONGE & TAYL<
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. "
ibnmness of the firm will be attended to by C.
Yonge, who will continue to practice in I
Courts of Walton, Washington, Jackson, Calho
atd Franklin counties, Fla., and in Henry, D
.ald Cofee cou ties, Ala., and in the Court


Appeals, Tallahassee.
Mr. TAYLOR, has located hi-nmself in Ab
*ville, Ala., and will practice in all the Courts
that Circuit, and the adjoining counties in Flor
C. C. YON'IE,
J )HN B. TAYLOR
Apalachicola, Oct 13, 1844. o26 r
L. W. Spratt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAV
WILL for the future reside in this city.
who have committed legal business to
dress him at this place He will continue a m
lar attendance upon the courts of Jackson
Gairdens counties, and the Court of Appeals
Tallahassee.
Oftice over W. A. Wood's, No.23 Water str
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844.
W:u. Sydney Green, M1. D.
DRf. GREEN takes this opportunity of exp
sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to as
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to
der himself more useful in his profession.
Office on Centre, near Water street, dec


McKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
oct25 Apalachicola, Florida.

W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
Wmn. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
ME IRC ANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
oct25 ly Jpalachicola, Fla.
WM.. H. KlaMBROUGHr. JoHN I. RIDGWAY.
KimbroughI & Ridglway,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 2.5 Water stree'-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
ti- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Hivre. ,wtoP
John H. H ull,
of the late firm of
[X. A1. Hardee S Co., Savannah, Ga ]
FAC rOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Office, No. 48 Water street,
oct-2q Apalachicola, Fla.
Thomnas Prestan,
COMMISSION and ORWARDING
MERC HA NT.
Office, No. 32 Water street-up stairs.
oclI 6m Apalachicola, Fla.
Cass. A. GrEE, CHAxs. H. CONNERY.
Green & Connery,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 28 Water street,
o14 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
Wylie & 1ceKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Apalachicola.


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


New York, New Orleans and Miscellaneous
ADVERTISEMENTS.

PRINT WAREHOUSE
IN NEW YORK
To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade
by the Piece or Package.
No. 44 Cedar street, near William.
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 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 tind 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.
@ Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every
variation of the market, are placed in the hands
of buyers. oct7 tf'n
Commga mission Business.
New Y'orik, March 12th, 1844.
WITH a knowledge of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of all kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon 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 o
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street.
BLUE STOREi"--TRIANGLE BUILDINGS
Thos. I. Doyle & Co.
SHIP CIHANDLERS & GROCERS,
, No. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee
and at No. 20 Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.


,VA WYLrT,
M A. McKENZIP, )


sepl ly


David G. Haney,
COMMISSION "c FOiWVARW DING MERCHANT
AD DEALERS IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jaa29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.
B. Cliis91n & Co.,
DE-ALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No 33 Water street,
deel ly Apalachicola, Fla.
W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORX.4\RD)ING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
sep)30 Apalachicola, Fa.

Dooqe & Gardner,
G RlOCEIS G0 COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No 40 Water street,
decl3 Apalachicola, Fla.
Miller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Cor. Water and Chesnut streets,
oct2) Apalachicola, Fla.
Francis Kopman,
WHOtLYSAILTE AND RETAIL DEALER 1-4
SHOES, DRY GOOD. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash,
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.
H. R. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
0).- Office, cor. Centre and Water street,
oct26ly Apalachicola, Fla.
A. L. Cleime ItCs,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 23 Water street,
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa.
James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NO ARY PUBLIC
Apalachicola, Fla.
Office, JNo. 44 WVater street.
)- He would respectfully solicit the patronage
of his friends and acquaintances.
]James Gibson,
Y HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAINTER
f AND GLAZIER,
Apalachicola, Fla.
SKeeps constantly on hand a full supply (
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, &c. &c. Work don
on the most reasonable terms. augl9
H. R. Wood,
R CITY WEIGHER,
e corner Centre and Water streets.
oc26 Apalachicola, Fla.
e
n Ligon & Owens,
e ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
of Abbeville and Trov, Ala.
W ILL practice in the County and Circu
e. Courts of the counties of Montgomery, Pik
of Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing .th
la eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabam
WOODSON L. LIGON,
Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.
HASTINGS E OWENS,
Troy, Pike co., Ala.
Refers to -
1 Col. A McAllistr, Henryco, Ala.
i Gen. A J MeAllister, <
Ld. Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala.
'I- Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga.
nd Messrs. Chester & M-iGriff, Apal'a. Fa.
at January 25th, 1S44. ian29 tf


fo- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine an,
Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly o
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. I and 2;
White and Red Lead, dry; Vene4iaun 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;
Yellow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; English do;
Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. boiled
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
Sash Tools from No. I to 8; Badger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 1 and 1j in lon
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do
Whitewash and Mop do;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes
French, English and American.
93- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boa
Shipping and Plantation use; together with
variety of articles in the Painting line, too nu
erous to mention, I.y6


UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers hisservices to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
fj- Office corner Commerce and Forbes street.
JOHN LUCAS.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15, 1844. o019 tf


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APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1844.


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VOLUME II.]


CARDS.


N[ UMBER 45


WHAT IS SOLITUDE 1 the land, besides military officers, and even chiefs
of the police or Sbirri.
lY CHARLES F. HOFMAN. To try these culprits, all the judges of the crim-
Not in the shadowy wood, final courts were ordered by the regent to sit
Not in the crag-hung glen, three times a week, and the trials lasted from the
Not where the echoes brood 3d to the 22d of December, 1812. Meanwhile
Not by the bleak seashore, the chief conspirators endeavored, through their
Where barren surges break, friends, to corrupt not only the juries, but the
Not on the mountain hoar, judges, by a lavish expenditure of money in
Not by the breezeless lake; bribery. They also retained the most subtle and
Not on the desert plain eloquent counsel in the kingdom for their defence.
-Where man hath never stood. But these efforts were useless; all were lound
Whether on isle or main-- guilty of high treason; the least culpable were ,
Not there is solitude! sentenced to imprisonment for life; others were
Birds are in woodland bowers; condemned to the galleys; whilst Giusto Capez-
Voices in lonely dells; zuti and forty-seven more of the leaders were ori
Streams to the listening hours dered to be guillotined.
Talk in earth's secret cells; All hope was not, however, given up. By the
Over the gray-ribb'd sand French law-then in force in Naples-the right
Breathe Ocean's frothy lips; exists in criminal cases of appealing to a court of
Over the still lake's strand cessation. To this court the friends and counsel
^The ild flowr toward' it dips; "o I
Pluming the mountain's creast of the convicted conspirators applied for a new
Life tosses in its pines; trial, on the ground of informalities said to have
Coursing the desert's breast occurred during the examination of witnesses. As
Life in the steed's mane shines. the appeal was founded on a mere legal quibble.
Leave thou wouldst be lonely- little good was expected to result from it, the
LeaveNa i f thou wouldst be lonly- cief object of the applicants being to obtain such
Seek there for one-one ly a delay as would allow of Murat's return from
With kindred mind endow'd! Russia; for nothing in the shape of mercy could
There-as with Nature erst be expected from h3 ; en Caroline, indeed,
Closely thou wouldst commune- exerted all her infl, he court of cassation
The deep soul-music nursed to hasten on the p so as to bring the
In either heart, attune! culprits speedily to 'x.< ton. In a few days,
Heart-wearied thou wilt own, therefore, the appeal v ._ejected, and Fra Giusto
Vainly that phantom wood, aid his forty seven associates were ordered to be
That ithou at least has known beheaded on the 15th of January, 1813. The
What is true olitudemonk, with three of his relations, were to be exe-
AN ANECDOTE OF MURAT, KING OF NA- cuted before his own villa at San Marcalino, and
AN ANECas it was feared that the brigands and peasants of
Jctbe ithe neighborhood would make a desperate attempt
Joachim Murat, if not the best informed man t su t popular riar that village was corn
was undoubtedly the most gallant and intrepid letely garrisoned with troops.
soldier in t the Imperial Army of Frane. Having At this critical juncture Murat appeared in Na-
risen from the ranks to the high station of gen- ples. The disastrous retreat from Moscow, and
eral, every partof a soldiers duty was familiar to a quarrel with Napoleon had driven him back to
him, and in all the details of the military art he his kingdom quite unexpectedly. Of cource his
had no rival. Napoleon designated him as the mere presence in Naples at once annulled the
best cavalry officer in Europe. His person was ersof he regency, and before theconspiratorh
as manly as his manners were effeurinate-his powers off he regency, and befitre the conspirators
as manly as his manners powerful limbs contrastin could be put to death, his signature was by law
noble features and powerful limbs contrast. necessary to the warrants. The Marquis Guic.
strangely with the eccentric trivolty of some of ciardi, minister of justice, witti a ruelul counted.
his actions. His best characteristics were, how- ace submitted them to the king for perusal. Mu.
ever, a strong natural sagacity, and an almost un- r' examined the instruments with attention, and
bounded generosity both in public andprivatelife. was evidently shocked at being required to sign
These qualities were frequently called forth when away the lives of so any of bis subjects. How
he was placed by Bonaparte on the throne of Na- s it possible," he inquired, they could have
pies. Npeo n i hoped to succeed in so daring and difficult an en.
When Napoleon, blindly imagining that his terprise!"
army could successfully contend with the severity minister replied that theonspirators were
of a northern winter, formed the gigantic project The minister replied t hat the conspirators were
of a northern winter, formed the gigantic project numerous, wealthy, and influential-were well
of subjugating Russia, Murat was summoned from sp ied with arms-were supported by the ene.
the Neapolitan throne to Dresden, to take the m ies of the state from without, and by the low n
command of the cavalry of the Imperial army.- cases within.
Previous t, o his departure, Murat, who had mar- Can it be," rejoined the king, that a few in-
ried Napoleon's sister, Caroline Bonaparte, es e ieneCnd rnbib s, backed by unmanageable bin-
tablished a regency, at the head of which ie ands, could ever dream of overturning a govern-
laced his qureen. This lady, though nrottiegnscol vrea f'etuigagvr.
placdsomest, was queen. This lady, the most interesting me t supported by a hundred thousand faithful
andsom best, winrmed of all Napoleon's sisteresti. Be- and well disciplined soldei s, and having in its Fe-
and best informed of all Napoleons sisters, Be- p cur- possession all the military strongholds and, 11
sides many feminine accomplishments, she pos- the civil and financial resources of the country ?
sessed great personal courage and tact in the man- thet c u isn Marquis, these unfortunate me?
azement of political and administrative affairs.- must be insane. No one shall convince me that
Unfortunately, however, she was, like her eldest peoplein their right senses could have engaged in
brother, inclined to be despotic-a disposition such a wild adventure. I am convinced they are
which manifested itself as soon as the regency of ad, and shall therefree revise their sentence.-
the kingdom fell chiefly into her hands. This ad she con rred in the lunatic asylum of
inotuae frudrteiletrlo aLet them be confi. ed in the lunatic asylum of
was unfortunate; for under he mildest rule ofl Aversa, and kept there until they recover their
foreign power, a conquered nation seldom sits sens ,, "'
quietly; and the Neapolitans already bore with heswill of Murat was law. The culprits, in.
impatience the sway of a trench king. Caroline's f in dragd t e caff culpritsin
arbitrary character was known, and on Murat's stead of being dragged to the scaft- Ild, were trans.
departure, the discontent of the Neapolitans ini- feared to the state mad-huse. In a few months
ye taed mercifulp king affeci ated to beli evethatthiin
creased; they redoubled their efforts to overthrow sanity had sufficiently abated to admit of their
the French dynasty, and to re-establish the exiled being allowed at large wit out anger to the pub-
Bourbons on the throne. l an tey were one andall liberated. The ef.
The most powerful onf the conspirators were the an e ne a h
monks of the several religious orders which 'Mu- feof ration into the most devoted subjects of
Srat had suppressed, and whose revenues he had home Murat could boa st. Amongst them, there
made the property of the nation. These men pos- were a few miser ble exce t ons,
f sessed great influence over the Italian aristocracy, At the final downfall of the 1 teonch empire in
Sas well as over the lower orders, especially in the 1815, Murat N as driven from his kingdom and
l provinces, and exercised their sacred ministry to as is well known, made soon after an attempt to re
f exasperate theirflocks to rebellion. The moment gain the throne far more insne than tha of Ca.
the establishment of the regency was officially pezzati ad his followers; though,alas! his office
announced, the mronks redoubled their efforts in pezt n istloes toz ls! i fie
announced of the expellmonks redBoubleonsd their efforts in was not so leniently dealt with as he had treated
favor of the expelled Bourbons, and enrolled in rs. He landed on the shores of Calabria with
S the conspiracy every class of the people, from the e e omp ande ions, in the hope of being joined by
disaffected nobility down to military deserters and a w compani, ,. the k hoe ob.ei4- oine
banditti. The most influential of the monkish he op captured, and shot by the base sentence
agitators was Giusto Capezzuti, formerly of the ed a Neapolitan court martial. What renders ten
*, order of St. Martin, and for many years the man- pocaeaing t more revolting to the circumstart.
ager and treasurer of all the estates and revenues prce, ta mongst the oe eol coitdemned Murat to
left for the benefit of the poor. Not having been ce tha weregst thoe wh conspirators whom he
quite faithful in the discharge of his offices, GIUsto ad so generously pardoned. He was in the first
.- amassed great wealth, and lived in splendid affln- hac rs e by a captain de Concilis, was con.
d ence at San Marcallino, a pretty village of Teura dpeared u y a presidency of General Nunzi.
n di Lavoro, about ten miles from the capital. All dned under the pre s Prince Canosaf whose fa-
: the inhabits b ta s :urroun. t douent y,.he their, brothers, and other relations, were amongst
esp cialy ..r.gnd h .. ..e h tses con dem ned o f the 1 .5th January, 1613 .-
of Patra and Capua, held him in great estimation, th co 1 3.
and were so much under his influence, that they y,.\ /
were ever ready to obey whatever he should corn-. a.ld Compamons.-Pentscannotbe too care-
war eHis villa became the head-quarters of tul in selecting society for their children; and, I

the princip artisans of Ferdinand, the exiled young men cannot be too choice in therr assoof
monarch, theni residing Sicly, and he freely cates. The adage has lost nothing by age, which
appropriated a portion of his vast wealth to the says "A man is known by the company he
purchase of arms and munitions for his willing keeps." To young men, especially, it is of in.
followers, all ofwhom were ready to commence the finite importance that they be furnished with
insurrection at anyi moment Fra Giusto might companions possessing generous hearts, and hon.
command. At length it was agreed that the grand curable, virtuous sentiments. Says the distin-
Sepomn should take place on the anniversary of guished Robert Hall, in his Works," recently
; Napoleon's birthathe 15th of August, 1812. It pubbshed by Harper & Erothers:
hNapnd however, that the measures of the ",Society is the aim, sphere of souls; and we
depa hower, hatte m u


t .necessarily in.b~be from it something which is
; conspirators were not taken so secretly as to pre- ne Iessarin y e ncbt e oro it somets. ng WTcn t o
vent their proceedings IrohL reaching the ears of either infecti( ns or sdubrious. Tte so(i ty of
the minister of police, and betbre the appointed virtuous pers: ns is enjoy d beyond their company,
day, Fra Giusto Capezzuti and the other chiefs while vice carries a sting into sol tude The
of the rebellion were arrested and thrown intothe society or the company you keep, is both the in.
state prison of Naples. The friar bore this re- dication of your character and the former of it.
verse wit t the utmost fortitude; and although In c mpany, when the pores of the mind are
ng promises of pardon were repeatedly made on the opened, there requires more guard than uscal, be.
condition that he should betray the secrets of the cause the mind is then passive. Either vicious
conspiracy, he indignantly rejected them. Some company will please you, or it will not if it does
of his fellow prisoners were not so hoorable.- not please you the end of going will be defeated.
SHaving been falsely persuaded that Capezzuti had In such society, "you will feel your reverence for
S become their accuser, they not only avowed their the dictates o,f conscience wear off, and that name,
own guilt, but gave to the minister such infor- at which a.-gels bow a.d devils tremble, you%,ill
mation as enabled him to arrest a great portion hear contemned and abused The Bible will sup.
of those c nspirators who had hitherto escaped ; plymaterials for unmeaning jests or impious buf-
5 of and in a few days no fewer than three hu Aied tbonery; the conse-luence of this will be a practi.
and fifty individuals were lodged in prison. Pre- cal deviation from vrtue; the principlps will be.,
ats, liminary examinations were instantly commenced, come sapped, ad the fences of conscience br. ken
a and the result was that one hundred and forty- down; and when debauchery has corrupted the
m- three persons were committed to take their trial; character, a total inversion will take place; tley
y amongst whom were some of the first nobles of will glory in their shame"


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THE ELECTION.
We publish below the full returns of the elec-
tion in this county for Senators for the Western
District, and the Representative to the Council,
for Franklin county. Quite an excitement was
gotten up a few days previous to the election,
-and the contest became strictly partizan; almost
every one voting with a view to sustain their
party. We are pleased however, to find that the
candidate from this county, Mr. FLOYD, received
a large vote, having been supported by both par-
ties, which, we hope, may secure his election.
The vote was larger than we anticipated, as a
large portion of our absentees have not yet re-
turned.
Those marked thus (*) are democrats.
Apalachicola-For Senators-R J Floyd* 126;
Walker Anderson* 95; Wm W J Kelly 71; Sam'l
C Bellamy 70; N A Long 70; Jno L McKinnon
48; George Walker 1-2; Jno Ghent 1.
For Representative-W G M Davis 87; Sam'l
W Spencer* 82;
For Coroner-John Lucas 125.
Old Wnoman's Bduff.-For Senators-Floyd
17; Anderson 6.
For Representative-S W Spencer 17.
For Coroner-John Lucas 16.
Fort Gadsden-No poll held.


MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK AND LOSS
OF LIFE.
We have deferred publishing the following
melancholy news of the loss of the brig Saratoga,
of New York, bound for this port, Jin hopes that
the report might not prove true. The S., left
SNew York on the 26th of September last, with
/ fifteen passengers, and a full crew, in all twenty-
five souls; and there remains now, no doubt, but
that they have all perished, with the exception
of Mr. Simonton, the 2d mate, and Sam'l Smith,
passenger, who were picked up at sea by the
barque Zaida, and carried into Boston. We copy
the following particulars from the New York Sun:
-On the 3d instant, at 7 A. M., struck a ledge
of rocks to the leeward of Orange Key, and imme-
diately went over; on sounding the pumps found
she had sprung a leak, immediately wore round
when she struck again and sunk in deep water,
let go both anchors, and after pumping all day, at
7 P. M. she went down. The top of the poop
drifting off, Mr. Simonton, who was washed over-
board as the brig went down, succeeded in reaching
it, on which was Smith. They remained eight
days on the poop, and were picked up by the
barque Zaida, on the llth inst., in lat. 25 40, Ion.
79 45. The following persons were on board the
S., and all no doubt perished :-Passengers, Cap-
tain E. J. Wood, Capt. John Perkins, Donald
Campbell, Mrs. Larkin and two children, Mrs,
Fitzgerald, Mr. HIewins, Mr. Markham, Charles
McKinney, wife and child, and two German
steerage passengers. Also, Captain Bedell, six
colored seamen, steward and boy; the latter
white. The last seen of these passengers by Mr.
Simonton, four or five of them were clinging to
the stump of the mainmast.
OZ- We call the attention of our readers to the
advertisement of the agent of the CROTON (MU-
TUrAL) INSURANCE COMPANY," of the City of
N. York, published in another column. The Ma-
ccmn Messenger, Ga., in speaking of said Company
says:-" We have taken pains to enquire into the
particulars of the organization of said company-
what safety it affords the assured, and how far
the Company are guarded from pecuniary embar-
rassment, until the premiums received amount to
a sum equal to its relief. A large capital has
been secured to the assured to guard against all
contingencies, by which the assured will have all
the advantages of the old Chartered Companies,
with the additional advantage of the mutual plan,
viz: That the assured participate in the profits of
said Company, and each year statement is made
of the nett profits of said Company, and a certifi-
cate issued to the assured, for his proportion there-
of, according to the amount of premium paid, un-
til the premium received amount to $5u0,000, af-
ter which the excess may be applied from year to
year, or semi annually thereafter, towards there-
demption of each year's certificates. From the
known high character of the Trustees of the
Croton" our citizens have every needful assur-
ance that the business of said Company, will be
conducted upon the most honorable principles.-
The Ageit here is cloath.'d with full powers, and
has entered upon the duti,- oe his Agency."

U. S. Boat Capsized.-We learn by a private
letter from Pensacola, that one of the boats be-
longing to the U. S. ship Falmoutli, was capsized
on the 2Sth ulnit., off Santa Rosa Island, and two
officers and five seamen drowned.

Dissolution of the .lformon Church.-The Al-
ton Telegraph states that a portion of the Mor-
mons have issued a manifesto declaring the Church
to be dissolved on account of its rejection of Rig-
don as its divinely appointed leader. The ele-
ments of discord and disunion are successfully at
work in the community at Nauvoo; and it is not
unlikely that the total dissolution of the Church
will be the consequence.
Fight between MAfessrs. Botts and Jones.-At
a discussion on the Sth inst., at Henrico county
Court House, Va., between Mr. Botts and Jones,
late Speaker of the House of Representatives, a
quarrel ensued, and a regular fight took place be"
tween them, says the Philadelphia Ledger.
David Root has been convicted of robbing the
Branch Bank at Madison, Ia., of nearly $30,000,
last spring, and sentenced to the penitentiary for
NX year.


COMMERCIALaDlVERTISER.


city appeal more powerfiill,> to the sympathies of
the humane and benievoient. There must be
hundreds who are destitute of every thin g, and
no time should be 1"'t i m in'-i:t"ring to thIr dis-
tresses.

x Forty Thousand Tame Fros.-Th nt
I i-,m the Peak of TeneriTt, made by Mr Wise,
our Minister to Brazil, and others from the U. S.
frigate Constitution, on the 4th of July last, is
described at length, and with much beauty and
vivacity of style, in a letter in the Boston Atlas,
by Lieut. J. B. Dale, one of the party. Among
other notable things, the writer mentions a huge
cistern in the ricihly embellished garden of the
American Consul, from whence, at twilight, is-
sued the music of foJrty thousand tame frogs
cultivated with care for their musical talents!


The Motive Power of the Cataract of Aiaga-
ra.-A paragraph in Silliman's Journal, says,
thlie motive power of the cataract of Niagara ex-
ceeds, by nearly forty fold, all the mechanical


From the New York Sun.
ARRIVAL OF THE

STEAMER ACADIA

At Boston-Fourteen Days Later.
Treaty between the United States and China-
Threatened exclusion of the dmerican Minis-
ter from Court-Depression in the Cotton
Market, 8;c.
The British Mail Steamer Acadia, Capt. Har-
rison, arrived at Boston on the 21st ult. having
been sixteen days, an unusual time of late, on her
passage. The A., had an exceedingly rough time
but has not sustained the slightest damage. By
her arrival London and Liverpool dates up to the
4th ult. have been received. She brought out
68 passengers from Liverpool and 19 from Hali-
fax-87 in all.
The Cotton market is still much depressed by
the heavy stocks, and shows symptoms of declin-
ing, though at present a reduction of 1-8d per lb.
cannot be quoted.
Tartans are becoming fashionable, in consequen-
ce of the Queen's visit to Scotland, and the pat-
tern being patronized by her Majesty.
The treaty entered into between England and
France, for giving up offenders that take refuge in
either country, has been carried out in the person
of Jacques Besset, charged with fraudulent bank-
ruptcy, has been taken into custody in London,
and sent to Paris.
It is said the British Ministry intend to attack
the Irish Repeal movementagain.
Rumor? exist that a treaty has been entered in-
to between Brazil and T IL -Ind. Thisintelligen-
ce may or may not be correct.
Mr. Everett, the American Minister, is said to
have solicited his recall.
Repudiation denounced at the British Court.-
It is very commonly rumored in the city, that it
is the intention of Government to exclude from
the Court, and from the Ministerial parties all
the foreign Ministers or Charges d' Affaires,
whose governments have not faithfully fulfilled
their engagements with their creditors in this
country. Such a proceeding would place the
United States representatives in a very embarras-
sing and unenviable position.
TheQ ueen has been enjoying in rude health,
the pleasures of her mountain residence in the
highlands of Scotland. She is now on the sea,
returning home, where she will arrive on the 9th
or 10th, in the possession of renewed health and
additional popularity.
O'Connell, whose movements are recorded with
a degree of interest not inferior to those of royalty,
has left the Irish metropolis for his mountain
home. The meetings of the Repeal Association
will continue during his absence. The bearing
of O'Connell since his release, has been unusually
temperate. This new system of tactics is begin-
ning to tell favorably upon a large class of persons
who stand in a neutral position-upon those who
have no strong feeling in favor of or against the
extreme parties. Rumors prevail that govern-
ment meditates the adoption of strong measures
to put down the machinery which keeps the re-
peal movement going. The corporation of Dub-
lin witnessed the other day the singular anomaly
of a conservative member of that body bringing
forward a motion to secure a triennial parliament
in Dublin. The motion fell through a technical
informality, but the project elicited from O'Con-
nell a speech which strongly showed the success
of his recently adopted system of throwing oil on
the troubled waters. O'Connell's grand object is,
that the efforts for the restoration of the parlia-
ment may partake more of a national and less of
a sectarian character. He has been tolerably
successful since hi release in gaining recruits
amonst the ranks of his opponents.
The most prominent feature in the intelligence
is that a treaty had been concluded between the
United States and the Celestial Empire, based
upon the same principle as dictated that between
England and China; in which America will en-
joy all the advantages which Great Britain se-
cured. This can hardly fail to be gratifying in
America. Every one interested in the United
States will be delighted at the result. The com-
munication between the United States and China
will, doubtless, from this time forward, be more
direct and continuous, and the success which has
accompanied American diplomacy must stimu-
late the Americans to fresh energy, and, neces-
sarily, to further achievements.


(i- Mormonism has made considerable pro-
gress in Scotland. At a meeting of the faithful
in Glasgow last month some 500 were present, all
in mourning for the prophet, Joe Smith. The
Scotch Mormon Conference embraces 18 church-
es.

Vitality of Seed.-We find the following pa'
ragraph in a late number of the London Spectator :
Flowers are made the type of what is fading,
but the moralist does not look deep enough-the
seed of the flower is forever re-produced, and as
we oiten see retains its vitality for ages. A pea
taken from a vase found in an Egyptian sarcopha-
gus; and su|iposed to be 2844 years old, has ger-
minated in thO garden of Mr. Grimstone of High-
gate, and there are now ninet.ieo pods on it.-
The flower of the pea was white, out of a pecu-
liar form. So i' these nineteen ipodfulls were
cooked the Englishman of the nineteenth centu-
ry would eat with his lamb peas one generation
later than the peas that fedthe Egyptians in the
days of hieroglyphics!


force ot water anm steam power rendered availa-
Glorious for the Girls.-By an ancient act f hble in Great Britain, for the purpose of imparting
thegood old Scotch Parliament, passed in the motion to their 'awhinery, that suffices to per-
reign of Margaret, about 1283, it was "ordinit form the moriiut'ictnrin- labors for a large portion
that during ye reign of hir maist blissit Majestie, of the world, including also the power applied
ilk maiden lyde of baith high and lowe estait, for transportin thesi products s by steamboats and
shall hae liberty to bespeak ye man she likes; al steam cart, and th*ir stLin o1L,;W' war to the
beit, gif he refuse to take hir to be his wift he remotest seas. Ind. Ad, it ai'.v.' probable that
shall be muclit in the some of an hundrit putd, th 1aw ofN r vty, 0. :tablis; by the Creator,
or less, as his estate may be, except and always ri!ts ,,'ar .ie wa1erfJil more intense
gif he can make it appear that he is betrohit to and effective -r y tha-i is nec-';ary to move all
an* ither womay, tekn h skall b e free." i the artificial muhiniy of the habitable globe.


TREMENDOUS GALE AT BUFFALu.
Great loss of property and awful destruction
of lif.-Late on Friday night, after a heavy rain, 1
the wind suddenly shifted to the north, and
blowed a hurricane, to the immense damage of
property and loss of life. TheU. S. steamer Al-
bert, the steamboat Chautauque and many oth-
ers, were driven ashore. Three men and a boy
were washed overboard from the St. Louis and
drowned; she had 3 or 400 passengers. More
than seventy canal boats were driven ashore at the -
distance of a mile from the canal, and sail vessels
on the lake were more or less damaged. The
Commercial Advertiser says the massive stone pier
that protects the harbor is seriously injured for
many rods in length.' The whole extent of whar-
fage from the ship canal to the foot of Illinois
street, is much damaged, and in many places to-
tally destroyed. Of course a large amount of
property, salt, &c., lying on the wharves, is lost.
The whole of the lower floors of the warehouses
on the harbor have been submerged, and the
property therein stored of course much injured.
Roop's white lead factory, a new establishment,
in which some $20,000 had been invested, is ut-
terly demolished. Kingman's three brick stores,
foot of Court st., not quite completed, all in ruins.
The brick building partially erected by the Nia-
gara Falls R. R. Co. for a depot near Court st.,
is amass of ruins. Four frame cottages, belong-
ing to C. C. Bristol, near Wilkeson's foundry, all
destroyed, as are also all ti,: frame cttahies and
dwellings on both sides of the can:a :rot Mre-
chanic's st. to the city line, some thirty or .!I'ty
in number. Wellman's cooperage arid Van
Slyke & Co.'s boat-yard, in the same vicinity,
are all gone, including timber, and tools and
steaming apparatus. Graves and Co.'s rope walk,
a total loss. Mead's new brick dwelling on Court
st. and some thirty small dwellings occupied by
persons employed in Wilkeson's foundry, all
washed away or blown over. A hat factory near
the canal, two frame buildings on Jackson street,'
Guthrie & Benson's plaining establishment and
soap factory adjoining, on the canal, are also
gone. On the peninsula, between the lake and
harbor, several small wooden buildings and a
large number of cattle were swept away. Many
of the warehouses along the harbor were consid-
erably injured in their roofs, but the massive
strength of the bodies of those buildings enabled
them to resist the gale. The water rose seven
feet in the glass works of P. Hodge & Co. and
destroyed a large amount of stock and ware on
hand.
The new brick store, nearly completed, be-
longing to F. C. Hatch, corner of Exchange and
Washington, is totally destroyed. The new brick
and wooden buildings, each 103 by 55 feet, re-
cently erected by the Atlantic and Buffalo Rail-
road Co., adjoining the railroad on Chicago st.,
are utterly destroyed, scarcely a vestige being
left. Bush's new morocco factory, a large wood-
en buildingjust completed, has been limited from
its substantial stone foundation, which is par-
tially destroyed, and is much injured.
A part of the brick dwelling on South Division
street, belonging to J. B. Dubois blew down
and crushed the adjoining wood cottage belong-
ing to M. W. Dayton. The escape of Mr. Day-
ton and family was providential. Alarmed by the
severity of the gale, he and his family arose, and
had just left their beds when the chimneys and
part of the wall of the alt'ini.. building fell and
crushed the rooms and beds they had just left.-
The battlements on the Methodist church are
down, and the steeple of the Pr'k churchl is '!.oeil
injured and ready to fall. McCulloch's brever,
at the Hydraulics is nnrooifed.
In several instances small dwellings killed wiir 'r
inmates floated across the flats, thenr shrieks,
vainly imploring assistance, :-,.ii. ,i with til
wild howl of the tempest. Many of these un-
happy creatures perished before help could be
given.
The Attica and Bulfalo railroad track, from the
distance of nearly half a mile from the depot, is
completely broken up. The company fortunate-
ly had a car or two at the engine house at the hy-
draulics, with which they were able to send out
the passengers this morning. The cars will start
from the hydraulics for two or three days until the
track is repaired.
But the most deplorable effect ofthegale is the
destruction of life. How many lives have been
destroyed it is impossible as yet to ascertain.-
TWENTY-FIVE bodies of men, women and chil-
dren have been recovered and taken to the court
house for identification by relations and friends.-
The bodies of' five children in one wagon have
just passed our office. Sixteen persons, men, wo-
men and children, are missing from Wilkeson's
foundry. Two servant girls employed at Hofl's
hotel, slept in the basement. The sidewalk fell
in and filled the room with water before they
could escape. Both were drowned; their names
were Helen Bynum, Irish, and Catharne Red-
ding. Thus far the number of dead ascertained
is nine men, ten women and thirteen children-
32 in all.
The man who kept the boat-house on the pe-
ninsula-we think his name was Gilbert-with
his son and a son of the widow Osier, were all
drowned. The boat-house keeper and son about
daylight attempted to swim across the creek, but
were swept down the current.
These are in brief the partticuars of this disas-
ter.
The loss of property it is impossible to estimate,
but it far exceeds any occasioned by any previous
gale. -
Never drd anv disaster that las afflicted our


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j5r they were both bound. The challenge was ac-.
cepted, and it remained to decide what was to be
Ithe wager.
Forty-six months station in the Pacific Ocean
had frightfully tarnished the French officer's epau-
lettes, and therefore the English officer, whose.
Sown were not in a very brilliant state proposed a
pair of epaulettes. The day of sailing having ar;.
rived, the Vindictive, the Adonis, and two Amneri-
can frigates weighed anchor at the same time, and
set sail toward Cape Horn. The national feeling:
had doubled the ardor and address of the rival:
crews, and they performed their duty with mar-
vellcus precision and rapidity The English fri-
gate spread all sail, and the Adonis glided like a.
seagull over the waves. At the expiration of afew
hours, and while land was still in view, the French-
brig had already gained the distance of several.
leagues on the Vindictive. The captain of the
Adonis thought that it was only good taste to take,
leave a second rime of Capt. Toup Nicolas, before,
he departed finally for Europe, he, therefore,
sailed back towards the Vindictive, which was
majestically advancing, and after having gone.
round her, again resumed his voyage, crying
"Bon voyage," to the English. In a few hour&
the brig had completely disappeared. Capt, Nic-
olas. on his arrival in England, allowing that the.
Vindictive frigate, had been nobly beaten by the
Adonis brig, wrote a very civil letter to Viscount
de St. Georges, with a handsome pair of captain's:
epaulettes. The brig Adonis is a veteran of our
squadron. She carries 20 guns, and was built 20W
years back. She was condemned on her return;
from the South Sea station, but the report given-
by her captain of her brilliant qualities has caused
the Minister of Marine to give orders to have her
re-constructed in Ihe same proportions."
INTERESTING TO SNvFF-DIPPERs.-An English
paper alleges that Guano, the new and popular ma-
nure, is extensively used in the! adulteration of
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From the Baltimore American, 18th inst. 1
LATEST FROM THE RIVER PLATE. t
We are indebtedto the politeness of Capt. Wil-
liam S. Wedge, of the brig Amazon, at this port,
rom Buenos Ayres, for the following informa-
tion:
The Amazon left Buenos Ayres on the 19th of
August. Hides were high, and the supplies of
;he article from the ports on the North side of
the River Plate, were cut off almost entirely, in
consequence of the cattle having been driven back
into the interior by Riviera's troops, to prevent
supplies from reaching Oribe's army, which still
maintained its position outside of Montevideo.
On the 1st of August the Flour that had been in
bond at Buenos Ayres was allowed to be exported
to all ports not in the possession of the enemy,
oni payment of 12 per cent. transit duty.
About 15,000 bbls. of American Flour, which
had been locked up for about a year, were sold at
about $4, silver, and exported to Banda Oriental
and all places on the rivers Uruguay and Prana,
but none admitted for consumption at Buenos
Ayres. This amount of Flour, although sold,
and of bad quality, will diminish the demand for
new arrivals.
Admiral Brown, who has been commanding
the Argentine Squadron, has retired, and Captain
Anthony Toll, a native of Spain, has been ap-
pointed in his place, with the rank of Commodore.
It is understood to be the intention of the Argen-
tine Government to declare the port of Montevi-
deo to be under strict blockade by sea, which
must accelerate its fall. This measure will much
interfere with American commerce, as the prin-
cipal articles landed there now are Flour and Pro-
visioas of the production of the United States, for
which there is no demand atBuenos Ayres. Ves-
sels ordered off must, therefore make losing voy-
ages.
The army of the city of Montevideo was in a
very weak state. Gen. Paz, the only general in
whom any confidence could be placed, had pro-
ceeded to Rio de Janeiro with the hope of pro-
curi(ng assistance from Brazil, which, however,
is very improbable. Brazil would be divided in-
to halfa dozen new Republics the moment war
commenced, and this is well understood at Rio
de Janeiro by the Government. Gen. Riviera
was on the confines of Brazil with 1200 men.-
The entire of his force may be put down at about
8000, and that of Gen. Oribe at 13,000.
The Provinces of the Argentine Confederation
were quiet, and a brisk trade was being carried
on with the provinces of Mendoza, Tucuman and
Cordova. The amount of duties collected at the
Custom House during the last year exceeded that
of any year since the formation of the ,enuhlic,
and the country was prosperous.
Thile U. S. ship Boston, Commander Pender-
gast, was at Montevideo on the 15th of August.
From the New York Snn.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
"The House, says the Constitution of the Uni-
ted States, shall be composed "of members cho-
sen every second year by the people of the several
States; and the electors of each State shall have
the qualifications requisite for electors of the most
numerous branch of the State Legislature."-Art.
1, Sec. 2.
The shortness of the term of office was designed
to bring this body constantly within the discipline
of public opinion, and enforce a sense of responsi-
bility to their constituencies. It is not every mem-
ber of Congress who can secure a re-election.-
Fro-'m what we said of the proceedings of the
House in our article yesterday, its frequent disor-
der, its being made the arena of intrigue and polit-
i'-J iiianaLR!ejiin at, it is evident that ei cnie poneat
parts i'- :~t contain discordant and vetry o t cft piLce
nit'riah -;. And many find out after ai bic' career
of pulie life at Washington, that thence forward
their '" post of honor" will never be any thing
more 'i, "the private statonj." T'h-e intrv is
f1 of 'i -,eX. M. C's. Atatown reo g i_(i -othe
coairy the iere are always half a dozen p''.ent. anJ
they nike excellent chairmen, and ,t:".w when
ave and '1o should be said in the courts of ie ipro-
ceed ings.
"Oil th, other hand, there are mcT'l x.-o are
elected to Congress as long as they( ''* to 1.-
They are i '"neralIvmen of talent, ef charac! -, arvd
otf e.pnirnce. Their services are highly vtd;.:abile
to their constituents and their colntrv, enid w:-
never think of the representative body wit};,:
thinking of them.
No person can be a representative who has not
attained to the age of twenty-five years, and been
for seven years a citizen of the United States, and
is at the time of his election an inhabitant of the
State in which he is chosen. The ob,eciL of this
provision is evidently two-fold ; to prevent .he ef-
fect of foreign i.t'. :.. .rand to secure a mritua! ac-
quaintance between the reste:;-entative, a.d tile
electors.
"In the original appoe'tio'ir'nt of the ie'prsn-
tation much difficulty occurred. The seali 5:ates
under the confederation had as much power as the
large, and they were unwilling to give it up. The
free States and the slave States also differed as to
the principle of taking slaves into account as a ba-
sis of representation. But a compromise was fi-
nally effected. It was agreed that three-fifths of
the number of slaves should be added to the num-
ber of free white persons, to form the basis of rep-
resentation, on condition that they were to be in-
cluded in that proportion, in the assessment of' the
U. States. The enumeration of the inhabitants of
the United States takes place every ten years, in
order that the ratio of representation may be cor-
rected. The Constitution provided that the num-
ber should not exceed one for every thirty thou-
sand. Very great changes have taken place in the
respective representations of the States since the
adoption of the Constitution. Maryland and New
York had each six inembers at that time. The
former has now but eight, and the latter thirty-


head the most able men are generally placed, and
the business of the nation is effectually in their
hands.
"There are many other peculiarities attending
its organization, but rather of an uninteresting
character."
From the New-Orleans Picayune, 16th inst,
IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.
i:LE VE OF THE PEROTE PRISONERS.
By the way of Havana we have advices from
Vera Cruz up to the 30th of September, being,
eighteen days later than we have received direct.
They were taken to Havana by the British royal
mail steamer Trent. The most important in-
telligence received is the release of the 104 re-
maining Texian prisoners confined in the Castle
of Perote, the glad event took place on the 16th
ult. We hail it with unaffected pleasure. It not
only restores to freedom a hundred hearts, as brave
as ever beat, but will relieve a painful solicitude
in their behalf existing in the minds of relatives'
and friends, both in Texas and the United States.
We presume this act of clemency is due to Santa
Anna, whose heart (having been quite recently
wounded by a severe domestic affliction) may
have sought fitting alleviation in this deed of mer-
cy. We may shortly expect the Cutter Woodbury
at this port, and we presume, with many of
these poor prisoners on board. They will stand
in need of succor and shelter-let all be prepared
to give them both.
We have before stated that Santa Anna had ob-
tained leave of absence from the Chambers to at-
tend to his private affairs and solace himself in
his affliction at the loss of his wife. He left the
capital on the evening of the 12th of September,
for his retirement of Manga de Clavo.
It has before been announced by us that Gen.
Canalizo had been appointed Provisional President
during Santa Anna's retirement. The General
arrived at San Luis de Potosi on the 17th of Sep-
tember, to take command of the Army of Opera-
tions against Texas. The following day, by an
extraordinary courier, he received notice of his
having been appointed Provisional President.-
He immediately set out for Mexico, where he ar-
rived on the 19th, and the following day he en-
tered upon the discharge of the duties of the
presidency. He did not take .the oath of office
until the afternoon of the 21st, when the cere-
mony was performed, at one o'clock, in the pre.
sence of the Supreme National Congress. The
President of the Council of Government is Don
Jose Joaquin Herrera.
The Senate has solemnly declared that there is
no ground for an act of accusation against Don
Juan Bautista Morales, the responsible author of
an article in El Siglo XIX, charged as being sub-
versive of the Government, and personally injuri-
ous to President Santa Anna.
On the 19th of September the Chamber of De-
puties voted to prorogue the session of Congress
for such time as might be deemed jinecessary ; but
up to our latest advices the Senate had not con-
curred.
We are not certain that we have not before
made mention of a proposition submitted to the
Chambers by the Government early in September,
that foreign vessels should only be admitted into
the four following ports of the Republic, viz. Vera
Cruz, Santa Anna de Tamautipas, Campeachy
and Acapulco; and allowing no foreign commer-
ce at other ports, unless carried on in vessels bear-
ing the Mexican flag, or in Mexican built ships.
The success of the project was deemed more than
probl, rnatical.
A conduct of specie arrived at Vera Cruz on
the 17th of September, being the following t-
n,-in) ts:
Fror Mejico,................ 1,'.'-.78- 5 37
Puebla,..................... 5,,SSI1 69
iter.)te ..................... 51,900 0')
f a pa...................... 49,593 46

Total ............. ifl,210,160 52
We presrme this to be tl:e same specie with
whicirthe Trent arrived At Havana,
In no p)Ort0in of the news received by the way
of 9-i;.vania do v we find any r elation made of the
p'eFar'ttit o a.,airlst Texas, nor do we learn that
Sthe, C a ii )fir-, ivetakei any, firthear step towards
raising tinh :., i '. ,/ed for the war. From
the re.tir-ai't, mowever temiporary, of Santa An-
na, amlnd 'e recall of Canilizo, we are more and
morecDtvii(:ed that the President sees the hope-
lessness of a contest with the Republic of the
Lone Star."
uif-'i.'hw... Match hbn'een an English and'
French R/ipp of JW ar from Valparaiso to the
Channel.-[The Paris Globe contains the follow-
ing :--
"A contest, sch as we should be glad to behold.
frequently, because it shows sentiments of mutual
esteem and friendly rivalry, took place lately be...
teen a vessel of the English navy and another
belonging to that of France, and we mention it to
prove how easy it would be to maintain or to ce-
ment the intercourse between the two countries,.
Before returning to Europe, the English frigate,.
the Vindictive, Capt. Toup Nicolas, and the French
brig, the Adonis, Capt. Viscount de St. Georges,.
happened to be in the harbor of Valparaiso. In
the conversations held between the officers of the
two nations, Capt. Toup Nicolas praised to the
skies the qualitieslof his frigate, aslthe best sailer in,
the British navy according to the account of Ad-
miral Napmer himself, who boasted of it in the'
House of Commons. Viscount de. St. Georges
also ventured to speak of the qualities of his brig,
and on an ironical smile appearing on the face of
the English officer, he politely challenged him to
see which vessel would first reach Europe, wheth-


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Privateers.-The recent war alarm in England
brought up the subject of privateering, and many
of the conservativee presses warmly contended that
it ought to be abolished, as under the privateer's
flag many gross and inhuman atrocities had too
often been committed. Admiral Nelson, in his
official correspondence with the Prime Minister
of England, during the last war with France,
strongly opposed the system. His opinion of this
class of commissioned pirates is thus given :-
" Respecting privateers, I am decidedly of opin-
ion that, with very few exceptions, they are a
disgrace to our country; and it would be truly
honorable never to permit one after this war.-
Such horrible robberies have been committed by
them in all parts of the world, that it is really a
disgrace to the country that tolerates them."-
Th is strong language from so distinguished a
naval officer. The English journal takes the
ground that it would materially reduce, in mara-
time countries, what they term the war party,"
and they strongly recommended to the British
Minister, in case of war, to communicate to all
other governments the determination on the part
of the English not to employ privateers, and equal-
ly a resolve to treat any privateer as a pirate.-
There is little doubt but that such a course would
have been adopted by the English Government,
had it been forced into a war with France on the
recent questions at issue between them. Should
war again threaten to disturb the highway of na-
tions, it is sincerely to be hoped that in this age
of civilization and increasing benevolence, the
system of licensed piracy will be condemned by
every nation, and that the merchantmen may
plough their peaceful way homeward and outward,
regardless of the iron bolts of war, and without
'requiring the protection of a man-of-war to save
their crews and cargoes from the ruthless priva-
teer. The suppression of letters of marque would
be a general step towards the promotion of uni-
versal peace. Privateers are the Thugs of the
ocean.

MARRIED.
In Columbus, on Thursday, 24th inst., by the
Rev. Dr. Cairns, WILLIAMI SYDNEY GREEN,
M. 1). of Apalachicola, Fla., to Miss VIRGINIA
E., daughter of Charles Rogers, Esq., of this city.


DIED.
On the 3d inst, in this place Miss BRIDGET
QUIGLEY aged about 30 years a native Ireland
and recently from New York.


ARRIVALS AT THEE HOTELS,
MANSION HOUSE.
D Goddard, L B Millikin, W J Taylor, 1 D1
Hardin and lady, John Morton, H Howard, S
Curtis, B Lawrance, J L Barber, S T Skillman,
Capt Cliff, B F Nourse, lady and servant, H.
Nourse. lady, child and servant, A Wylie and
lady, M Myers, T Halsey, P Halsey, Capt II
Done, J Williams, Capt Brayton, C Smith and
lady.
CITY HOTEL L.
S M Nickerson, Jos Hull, J W. Moses, Capt
Baier, brig Lawrence Copeland, J V Babcock,
E B Whitmnarsh, Wui Babcock, C Wilson, E B
Waterbury.
SPASSENGE t3S.
Per brig Manhattan-m liramn Nourse, lady, 2
children and servant, iB F Noirse, lady, child and
,-.rvant, William Vallean, lady and child, A Wy-
liW and lady, Mrs Ilurd, Miss M Hurd, Mrs
\Nitcheli, Miss F Vrite't'll, Doct J. (Torrie, N F
SLarr' W Clif, T iI [alh.y, P AM H1alev, M A
t- !-tr [I ').rt lg '3 Vhitrimarai, V W a-
,,b, )rv, A \Vi'liWAn BR!R, .... ,I,, T Hutch-
!)AVID R TAS( (l t>rOF W;Itmarsh & lich-
'ir lson.) died on' lmt piAsag -'' ;' ;i1-0-o c1'isi.rinp-
LPer brig Para.gn-- T i1 'o 'k J I, ''ibn K,'
W IR, l bi)cock, '' !,A; r. 'G 1 I I "--, !I A
1lowo)rthl. lJas Pe'K'!in). ..A.ny.!l, ( ;,)wen,
W Axe, E llarrin:t":. A ).Vy, .1 Hn'>y, UH
V'.Llighun lIlnt, N (Cad('.
Per brig Vain I la TI -- ('ri r ir;er,
Mrs Holihnc ,, C S T ,in!h! .' : ," ,in, I
Adair,, Clark, 11I ll'>vi, .., .' i ..l r[i1 y,
D) Roberts, Ul.-t,'r C F :l!^ .
Per steaie r ir en-.I; i C'.,rrway mithi and
lady, Capt A T B13,.oirn, Cp)t A Robinson, jr,
Mlessrs Thos L Mitcnhel, A C Wagner, Jas F
Farrior and servant, Thii" P'reon, S T Skillman,
C G Holins, N'-,lson ilivl'ey', (Chas Wilson, E1
Roberts, Baker Jolihnon, Asa Cobs.

RECEIIPTS OF PRODUCE.


Per steamer Siren-20 bales cotton to T II & C
1H Austin.
IMPORTS.
Per brig W L Jones-4196 bars iron, 580 pcs cas-
tings, 361 pkgs mnd- to Harper & Ilolmes; 3 13
",lisoi & Co; 5 Wlie & McKenzie; 1 W A &
P C Kain; 37 Lockhart & Youffg; 7 J F Farrior;
2 Raymond &; Ilardin; 19 W G Porter & Co; 26
S Schiffer, 2 Hill, Dawson ti Co.
Per schr Santa ltosa-100 pcs bagging, 95 coils
rope, 40 bbls flour, 30 bbls whiskey to McKay &
Hartshorne; 30 pes bagging, 40 coils rope, J C
Maclay; 36 Lockhart & Young; 3 casks bacon,
Harper & HIolmes.
Per schr Southerner-135 pkgs mdze to C H &
T H Austin; 69 Wvlie & McKenzie; 6 H Smith;
6 [hill, Dawson & C(o; 56 Lockhart & Young; 124
\V A & P C Kain; 26 Wmni G Porter & Co; 15
order.
Per brig Paragon-4 Wylie & McKenzie; 7 T
Hutchins; 21 T L Mitchel; 220 order.
Per brig Manhattan-l(65 bars iron, 835 pkgs
indze to Wylie V- McKe nzie; 1000 ft lumber, 64
pkgs mdze, Nourse, Stone & Co; 250 B Ellison
& Co; 60 W A Wood; 14 .J C Allen; 9 B S IIaw-
ley; 20 Preston & Maciay; 115 1 Hobart; 11
Green & Connery; 1 W G Porter & Co; 7 D B
Wood & Co; 1 'F 1 & ; CII Austin; 22 Miller &
Co- 30 B HIurd; 7 11 It Taylor; 1 Kimbrough &
Ridgway; 3 M P Ellis; 2 Lockhart & Young; 2
McKay Ni Hartshorne; 41 Hlarper & Holhnes; I C
Rogers; 1 V Craum; 127 bars iron, 457 pkgs mdz
Avery & Jones; 167 S Schiffer; 40 RIoberts, Al-
len & Co; 93 order.
EXP)R.TS.
NEW OLLEANS-PIr sclhr Southerner--17
bales cotton and 36i pkgs idze.
NEW Y\- lii--Per brig C E Platt-l40 bales
cotton, 210 sticks cedar, 5 pkgs mdze.

EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF NEW
GOODS !-Att Wholesale and Retail.-The
subscribers are just receiving, a large and general
assortment of FALL and WINTER GOODS,
consisting of:-
Family Groceries, of all kinds;
Woodware, Tinware and Hardware;
Boots and Shoes, Hats;
Domestic Prints, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings,
and every description of Staple and Fancy Goods,
,demanded in this market.
B ELLISON & CO.,
nov5 33 Water street.
OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of
administration on the estate of David D. Churchill,
late of said county, deceased.
BENJAMIN ELLISON.
Alalaedicta, N-ov. 10t. 1@44. nwv5 6w


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF APALACHICOLA ..... Nov. 5.


.CLEARED.
Brig C E Platt, Rice, for New York, by Mc-
Kay & Hartshorne.
Brig Cayuga, Bedell, for St. Marks, by McKay
& Hartshorne.
Schr. Southerner, Cahoon, for New Orleans.
Schr. Santa Rosa, Webb, for Pensacola.

ARRIVED.
Brig W L Jones, Tyler, 20 days fm New York,
to Harper & Holmes.
Brig Manhattan, Doane, 19 days fm New York,
to Nourse, Stone & Co. At Key West, schr Mag-
net, bound for New York 28th ilt.; brig Ann Eliza
to sail next day for New York.
Brig Paragon, Brayton, 10 days fm Providence,
to T L Mitchel.
Schr Santa Rosa, Webb fm New Orleans.
Schr Alligator, Smith, fm Manitee.
Schr Southerner, Cahoon, fm Boston.
Steamer Siren, Van Veighten, fin Bainbridge.


W The subscribers are pre-
pared to make liberal advances on Cotton con-
signed to their friends at Liverpool, Havre, New
York or Boston. D B WOOD & CO.,
nov5 29 Water street.

W Liberal advances made on
consignments of Cotton to New York, Boston or
Liverpool, by S T SKILLMAN,
nov5 33 Water street.


W The subscribers would re-
spectfully inform the citizens of Apalachicola,
that they have just received the latest Parisian
Fashions (of E. Briere, 55 rue Ste-Anne, Parist)
and are now prepared to execute all orders in
their line of business in the most fashionable
style and trusts to give general satisfaction to all
who may favor them with their patronage.
S'TRODHOFF & GRAY,
Chestnut st., next door to the Post Office.
November 5th, 1844. nov5 3t

A Card.


0 C. W. WORDIN, tenders his thanks
to the citizens of Apalachicola and the up-coun-
try, particulary Marianna,) for past favors, and
respectfully solicits a continuance the. ensuing
season, a.t the firm of FITCr- & WORDIN.
W See advertisement.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15th, 1844. o29 3t


JEREMIAH DAY.


DANIEL J. DAY.


J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,


nov5


Apalachicola, Fla.


D. B. Wood & Co.,
GENERAL COMM MISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street-Up stairs.


nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Michael A. Myers,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
No. 28 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
J. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLAS5, BR USHlS, &c., &c.
also,
7 e',nera assortment of
BOOKS, B LANKS, STATIONARY, &c., &c.
cor f C-tre & Commner-e streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Jo,'I. W. PERRY. WM. C. DICKINSON.
Perry & rDicskinson,
0 N MERCHANT S,
N'. 41.3 Varer street-U) stairs,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla,
iI :.;.-- & S olanes,
COMMISkION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,


nov5


Apalachicola, Fla.


Stephen T. Skillmnan,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
also,
.4 ent for the
CROTON (MUTUAL) INS UR ANCE CO.,
of the City of JV'ew York.
No. 33 Water street-Up stairs.


nov5


Apalachicola, Fla.


Geo. S. Hawkivs,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
," Officet-Up stairs,
No. 1 Columbus Block, Water street,


nov5


Apalachicola, Fla.


A. G. Senates,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
3 Office, ,Vo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.


nov5


Apalachicola, Fla.


Iff. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER,
Corner of W'ater and Centre streets.
03- The subscriber having taken that very pro-
minent stand, corner of Centre and Water streets,
is prepared to attend faithfully and promptly to any
business intrusted to his care. nov5
F-OR SALE LOW from the Wharf:-
150 bbls Potatoes; 40 do Onions;
75 do Lime; 21 do Apples;
1000 bunches Onions, by
T L MITCHEL,
nov5 37 Water street.


100

nov5


BBLS Northern Flour, just landing
from Brig Manhatten, and for sale by
B. ELLISON & CO.,
33 Water street.


7 5 BBLS St. Croix Sugar;
S 50 do Rio Coffee; 410 sacks do;
25 sacks Java Coffee; 20 boxs Cheese;
100 coils Kentucky Rope;
30 pieces India Bagging;
10 firkins Goshen Butter.
Just received and for sale low, by
Il ELLISON & CO.,
nov5 33 Water street.


O N CONSIGNMENT-150 pieces Kentucky
Bagging; 150 coils Bale Rope. Also, a lot
of choice Hams, cured in Georgia, for sale by
McKAY & HARTSAORNE,
ert'?6 40 Water st.


New aud Fashionable Goods !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!!
THE subscriber begs leave to call the attention
of his customers, and country merchants, to
an extensive assortment of GOODS, which he has
just received from New York, which he offers at
the lowest market prices, and on the most reason-
able terms-among which will be fond the follow-
ing:-
Dry Goods.
Calicos, of all descriptions,
Crape de Laines,
Cashmere de Ecosse,
Hosiery, of all descriptions,
Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs,
Flannels, Apron Checks,
Bleached and Biown Sheetings,
Umbrellas and Shades,
Mitts, Gloves, Cufls, &c. &c.
Ready Made Clothing*
Over, Dress and Frock Coats,
Cassimere and Satinett Pants,
Silk and Fancy Vests,
Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Shirts,
Negro Pants; Jackets, &c. &c.
Boots and Shoes.
Calf, Seal and Water Proof Boots,
Calf, Kip and Russett Brograns,
Ladies' fine, eol'd and black Kid Slippers,
Walking Shoes,
col'd and bl'k Gaiter Boots,
Variety of Misses and Childrens' Shoes and
Bootees.
Hats and Caps.
Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats,
Hunting Hats,
Caps of all descriptions.
Cloths.
Superior Black Cloth,
Cassimeres and Tweeds,
Black Satin Vestings.
Cutlery, &c.
Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery.
Together with a variety of other Goods too nu-
merous to mention, all of which he will sell as
low as any other establishment in this city. He
respectfully invites you to call and examine for
yourselves, and he is satisfied that he can offer
such inducements that will insure him a share of
your patronage.
FRANCIS KOPMAN,
Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1, 1844.


CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE
COMPANY,
of the City of New York.
Trustees:


James Harper, Abraham Van Nest,
John B Lasala, Silas M Crandall,
John J Boyd, William B Cozzens,
Edward Richardson, Charles L Vose,
James Phalen, Joseph B Nones,
John J Herrick, John F Butterworth,
George C De Kay, Samuel Sherwood,
Samuel A Lawrence, Zadock Pratt,
Teeodore A Meyer, Herman D Gould,
William P Furniss, Joseph S. Smith,
John T Gilchrist, Elias T Aldrich,
Loring Andrews, Lawrence IHill,
Cyrus Chenery, Thomas Monahan,
George Whitaker, William H Townsend,
Jamas H Suydam, Amos Noyes,
George Palen, John Breasted,
Willsam Burgoyne, Leonard Appleby.
SAMUEL A LAWRENCE, President.
JOSEPH B NONES, Vice President.
LEWIS BENTON, Secretary.
CAPT SAM'L CHANDLER, Marine Inspector.
WILLIAM WELLS, Fire Surveyor.

T HE subscriber, AGENT for the above Com-
pany, is now prepared to receive applications
for Marine, Inland transportation and Fire risks,
and to issue policies on reasonable terms.
STEPHEN T. SKILLMAN,
33 Water street.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844. nov5 6m


5( PIECES of superior Kentucky Bagging,
07 just received from New Orleans.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
nov5 33 Water street.
Tailoring Establishment.
T HE subscriber, having just arrived from New
1 York, with a splendid stock of Cloths, Cas-
simeres, 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.
Apalachiocla, Oct. 26, 1844.


G OSHEN BUTTER-A few firkins, of supe-
rior quality, for sale by
NURSE, 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.


LIVERPOOL SALT-1,250 sacks, just re-
ceived per brig Lawrence Copeland, and for
sale by RAYMOND & HARDIN,
oct26 33 Water st.
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 rat 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.
SALT-1,200 bushs Coarse Salt of a superior
quality, just received on consignment.
For sale by
RAYMOND & HARDIN,
sep30 38 Water st.


Places.
The Armstrong Plantation,
" Slaughter "
" Whitus "
" Marshall "
" Coward "
Holmes'Valley
John Brown "
JAS. B. STARR,


nov5 3t 48 Water street.
FOR RENT.-The two story DWEL-
LING HOUSE, situated on High street,
between the residences of Mr. Baltzell
an Mr. Orman.
Also, the HOUSE next to W. Patry's Bakery,
fronting on Market street. For terms, apply to
T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water street.


f FOR RENT.-Two small DWELLING
HOUSES fronting on Columbus street ,
near the residence of Capt. Ellison.
Possession given immediately, for particulars,
apply to T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water st., up stairs.


FOR RENT.-The STORE HOUSE
i fronting on Commerce, near Chestnut st.,
Ii_ occupied last season by Geo. Brown.
Possession given immediately. For terms, &c.,
apply to T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water st., up stairs.
ttHiaway Negro.
COMMITTED to jail on the 2d instant,
l a negro slave as a runaway, aged about 24
years, says that he belongs to E. Wells, of
"Jackson county. Said negro has a scar
over the right elbow; a scar on the right thigh,
below the hip; scar over and in the corner of the
right eye; is 5 feet 3 inches high, and says that
his name is SAM." Any person owning said
negro, will please come forward, prove property,
pay charges and take him away, or he will be
dwelt with according to law.
C. J, SHEPARDa Sheriff;
of Franklin County;
Apalachicola, Nov. 5th, 1844. 6mupf


C O-PARTNERSHIP.-C. W. WORDIN, hav-
ing associated himself with J. L. FITCH in
the Watch and Jewelry business, and under the
name and style of "FITCH & WORDIN," re-
spectfully informs their friends and the public,
that they will on or about the 1st of NovambQr
next open their stock of-
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND)
S C..nsisting of Gold and Silver
'. ,,. .aitches, Keys, Chains, Broaches,
;.it^ ooSRini. Spectacles, Pencils, Studs,
Sleeve and Collar Buttons, Head Ornaments,
Lockets, Miniiture-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.
.. c N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair-
ing WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY by
C. W. Wordin-all work warranted. o19 tf


PERFUMARY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c.,
Superior Cologne Water;
Lavender do.
Orange do.
Bay do.
Essential Oils, of all kinds;
Balm of Columbia; Hair Dye;
Tooth Brushes, assorted;
Hair do do.
Cloth Brushes; Combs;
Playing Cards, French and American,
Also, a variety of Fancy Articles, Soaps, &c.,
just received, and for sale at
JOHN JONES'
Hair Dressing SaJoon,
oct19 3m Centre, near Commerce street.


W M. G. PORTER' & CO., offer for sale a large
and well selected stock of DRY GOODS,
consisting of:-
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys;
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
Foician 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
O N CONSIGNMENT.-rIndia 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.


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;
Capel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &c.
Just received, and for sale by
B. S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce steets.


WINDOW GLASS.-20 boxes 8 by 10 Penn-
sylvania Window Glass, a superior article.
For sale very low, by
J STEVENSON & CO.,
c8t8 45 Water street.


OTICE.-All persons are hereby cautioned
against trading for a note of hand, drawn by
me and made payable on the 1st of June, 1843,
to Mrs. Gorrie, for one hundred ($100) dollars.
The note, is dated on or about the 1st October,
1842; and as the consideration bfor which said
note was given having failed, I will not pay the
same, unless compelled by law.
EDMUND AUSTIN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1-4*h, IS' o14 3t


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Tailoring.
-THE subscribers respectfully
informs the citizens of A|1.Ldai1i-
cQla, and its vicinity, that lhaiing
'entered into a co-partnership they
are prepared at Mr. Gray's old
stand, on Chestnut street, next
door to the Post Office; to exe-
cute all orders in their line of
business, in a workmanlike man-
ner, and in the latest and most
fashionable style, and general satisfaction war-
ranted to all those who may favor them with their
patronage. STRODHOFF & GRAY.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844. nov5
Lauiids in Jackson County.
THE Lands that I offered for RENT
in Jackson county, can be obtained
in my absence, from F R Pittman,
Esq., Marianna, and those now living
4Pste on any of the following parcels, are
requested Ito come forward and settle the rent
with Mr. Pittman, without delay, if they wish to
remain another year.


FOR HAVANA, via. KEY WEST.-
The fast sailing Schr. ALLIGATOR, E.
Smith, master, will meet with despatch
for the above ports. For freight or passage, ap-
ply to the master, or to


nov5


B ELLISON & CO.,
33 Water street.


REGIMENTAL ORDERS.
HEAD QUARTERS,
THIRD REDG'T, 1st Brigade, F. M.
Apalachicola, Oct. 12th, 1844.
STHE Companies composing the Third Regi-
ment, First Brigade, Florida Militia, com-
prising the Counties of Calhoun and Franklin,
will assemble at Apalachicola on Saturday, thd
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-
mediately after the Company musters on the
fourth Saturday in October, make returns of the
strength and equipment of their said companies
to the Adjutant of the Regiment, at least two
weeks previous to the Regimental muster on the
16th November next.
The law will be strictly enforced against all
delinquents. By order of
R. J. FLOYD, Colonel,


WM. 14. HGIHEs,
Adjutant 3d Reg't, F. M.
Apalachicola, Oct. 12, 1844.


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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 Cbmo
pany.
All persons are also, notified not to trespass
upon the lands by cutting Live Oak, Cedar, other
timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN, 4.gent
..paPa Land Co.,
oct7 1m for .Jpal'a and its vicinity.


New Goods!
nTHE subscriber has just received per brig
1 Caroline E. Platt, a fresh and fashionable as-
sortment of FALL and WINTER GOODS, con-
sisting in part, as follows:-
Gents Calf skin Boots; Do extra fine.;
Do. Calf sewed water-proof do.;
Do. do pegged do do.;
Do. fine Calf sewed Brogans;
Mens kip do.; Do. cows hide Boots;
Do. calf sewed long quartered Shoes
Do. Morocco and seal skin Slippers;
Ladies kid walking Shoes, Gaiters, &c4;
Do fluted lawn Bonnetts;
Do white lace Neapolitan do;
Infants Caps; Kid gloves, &c., &c.
For sale cheap by
sep30 FRANCIS KOPMAN.


PAINTS, 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.


SUGARS.- -10 hhds Porto Rico and St. Cioix
Sugars, for sale by
sep30 WA WOOD, 23 Water st-


p RIME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork, just re-
ceived and for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
aug19 40 Wger st.
DISSOLUTION OF SCO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The co-partnership of YONGE & TAYLOR
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business of the firm will be attended to by C. C.
Yonge, who will continue to practice iri 'the
Courts of Walton, Washington, Jackson, Calhoufi'
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 Abbed-
ville, Ala., and will practice in all the Courts of
that Circuit, and the adjoining counties in Floridae
C. C. YONGE,
JOHN B. TAYLOR.
Apalachicola, Oct. 13, 1844. |o26 Im"-


D ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.---
The late firm of CHESTER, FARRIOR &-
McGRIFF," is this day dissolved by mutual e6n,4,
sent of the parties. Hugh M. Farrior, is duly,
authoiized to settle all the unfinished business
said firm. WILLIAM CHESTER,,
HUGH M. FARRIOR,
EPHALY McGRIFF.
Apalachicola, Oct. t5th, 1844. o19 1m
L UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity1 and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
0( Office corner Commerce and Forbes street.
JOHN LUCAS.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15, 1844. 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. Wood's, No. 23 Water street;
Aplaqchicola Jan. 8, 1844.


Fall and Winter Arrangement.
THE U. S. Mail steamer SIREN,
Sf / 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,
ol14 Contractors.


FOR NEW YORK.- Sails to-morrowu
The regular packet Brig CAROLINE E.
PLATT) Rice, master, will sail to-mor-
row morning, for passage only, apply to
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
oct26 40 Water street.


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LEGAL NOTICES.
-T -. 1


I|ranklin Superior Courtn,
AT CHAMBERS.
Robart 1. Floyd, comp't., '
vs. I ,IN F-HANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al,
defendants. J
IT appearing to the Court from fidavit filed in
this cause, that said Lewis Ct r .is and George
Griswold, trustees of the Apa-chicola Land
C)mpaay, and said John M. Berrien and David
Salden, who are defendants in said cause, reside
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit : the
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York: and the said Berrien and Selden in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be taken pro confess:
against them (a copy-teste.)
GEO. F. BAL TrELL, Clerk.
Apalachic'ab, May 30th, 1814. fel 4m
Franklin Saperiar Court.
AT CHAvlbaERtS.
Robert May, comp't.,
.V vd. ,, ,IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al., *
defendants. j
IT appearing to the Court from affidavit filed
in this cau-e, that said Lewis Curtis and
George Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola
Li:id Company, and said John M. Berrien and
David Selden, who are defendants in said cause,
reside beyond the limits of th's rernrtory, to wit:
the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the said Berrien and Seldea, in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
com)lainants bill will be take pro coafesso:
against telem.. (a copy-teste)
GrJ. F. BALrfZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1814. jel 4m


Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.11
Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't.'
vs.
Dodge, McDuugald, Calhoun
and Bass, trustees of the
Frankdin Land and Apala-
chicola Lot Company; CHANCERY.
Lewis Curtis and George INCHANCERY.
Griswold, trustees of the
Apalachicola Land Co.;
Myers, assignee in
bankruptcy of George %V.
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: tie
said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state
of Gdjriia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the
state of New York; and the said Bacs in tne state
of Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
lishedl oace a week for the space of four months
before the ensuing term of this Court, ii the
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in
this District, re juiring said defendants to appear
and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
be t4,ken pro confJesso: against them. \
(copy teste) \
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
/Apalachicola, May 31st, 184-14. jel 4mr
/ Apalachicola Qistrict of Florida.
/ FRANKLIN COSJNI'Y.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
and In Chancery.
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts.)
tI' 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
Lind and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby triven to the parties re-pectively,
to pay the same to Be.jamin F. Nourse, Receiver
in said cause, together with the interest thereon,
from the lirst day of Mirch, 1843, or their respec-
tive shares will be sold at pubhc auction, in ac-
cordaince with a decree of the Court of Chancery
for the District aforesaid, to pay the several
amounts so due and owing. Sale first WVednes-
d iy in December next, to wit:
Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st
Mairch, 1S43.................... ,1,66i ,UU
Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on the same day and year... 972 76
John D. Howell .................... 3635 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. MO3ES,
Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, August 19, 1814.
Apalaclicola District of Flori4la.
nla Superior Court--'ranklin County.
GAlphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
VS.
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
IT appearing to the Conrt by afidavit, that the
said Da.vid D. Churchill, the above defendant,
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
out of the Territory of Floridi, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in soinme newspaper published in the city of
Apalachico'iMt, once a week for four months, re-
quiring him to appear and answer the said bill of
complaint on or befotbre the expiration of that
timp, or the said bill will be taken as confessed
altaint him, aid sich further order given in the
premises a, to the Court may seem justice.
(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL,
J. & L. BRANCa, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Anahchicola, Feb. 29, 1S14. mll-4m
O 'ICE.-All persons are hereby cautioned
against trading for a Promissory Note given
by me to Samuel Gammon, for two hundred and
fifty dollars, (821') 0:J) due, I think, the 1st of
March, 181S), endorsed by B. S. Hawley. The
consideration for which said note was given
having entirely failed, I shall not pay the same
unless compelled by law.
NELS'ON HAWLEY.
Woodville, Ga., Sept. 26, 1844. ol4tf
POiCE.-AllI persons are forbid from tres/
passing upon lot No. 10, block 3, or from oc.
>yupying the same, by authority of any one but the
/ mnhWcriher, who is alone authorized to lease or
sell the same. R. J. MOSES.
Apalachicola, Sept. 1st, 1S44. slO 1m


C ORN.-200 bushels New Corn, received per
steamer Siren, for sale by
p30 .W A WOOD, 23 Water t.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

N iOTICE.-Six wek3' after date 1 wii 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. JAME3 GREEN, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. a20 'im
N OTIlCE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court of
Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the
administration on the estate of Sampson Pope,
late of said county deceas-ed.
SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson County, July *26, 1844. a..,'n
OTICE.-Six monthtis after dite, 1 win ap,ity
to the H1on. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of
dismi-ision from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.
H. B. S FONE, Administrator.
Apalachicola, May 16, 1844. mvl8 6fim
NO l'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 timo
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-
tlement. HENRY JACKSON, ).
S I'EPHEN JACKSON, 5 Adm rs."
Jackson County, Oct. 26, 1844. o26 2m


Tax Notice!
N conformity with an Ordinance, passed by
the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa-
lachicola, March 22d, 1814, entitled "An Ordin-
ance to raise a Revenue tor 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 1I o'clock, A. M., in front of the
Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fobl-
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
Al
D2
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Imp'd E2
43
1
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Imp'd A2
Imp'd 10t
8
17
B2
Imp'd E2
Imp'd A2
E2
IF1
E2
Hi
HI
15
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30
lmp'd C'2
Mmp'd A
rtp'd A-2
A'7
\F2


Lots.
I
4
15j
2& 3
3
4
9& 12
1
1 &9
5&16
11
6
9
6&7
7
3
2
3
11
10
6
5
11
9
4 & 17
& 12
8
7
00
00
2
4
15


Apalachicola,


S.


T1O Whom ita',-..
A. T. Bennett,.........

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


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John Gilmore,......... 2
I". R.Griffin........... I (
Estate of John Gillispie, 2 '
Jacob Harvey,......... 7
Ji ',i Kerns............ 3
John Kennedy,........ 2
J. C. Love............. 3 (
Villiaii Low'......... 3 (
Charles McKin ey,..... 5 (
J. Martin............. 4 '
Mitchell M.irzell....... 3 "
Jno. T. Myrick,........ 5(
Joseph Mitchell,....... 4 1
K. McKenzie.......... 5
SR. Maitland & sons,... 7 (
Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6 (
A. J. Norris........... 3 (
Ogden & Ferguson,....I 1 '
)an'l. Ryan.......... 3
John Ragan .......... "2
'rank White.......... 3 (
Phos. L. Wingate...... 2'
lenry Williams,....... 6 (
PETER HOBERT,
City Tax Collector.
June 7th. IS \. iel '3im


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$200 Reward!
'?, RUNAWVAY trom the snb.criber about
two years ago, two negro men, "JOHN"
'Ind ALBERTI'." Albert is about thirty-
ive years of age, and about 51t 5in in height,
is thick and heavily built, has a very black skin,
and is a negro of tremendous athletic make. John
is about 55ft 6in in height, is stout, well made and
very mnuicular; his skin is not very black, but
rather between that of a black negro and a d.irk
molatto. It is well known to min y, that the
above named negroes were at work around about
the vicinity of Iola, 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 thit they are
still thereabouts. The above reward of $203,
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. n19 1m


$200 iReward I
SRUNAWAY, or stole i, two negroes
LYCINDA" and JIM."-Lucinda left
about the 21st August ; she is between 20
mind 30 years of age, dark complexion, deli-
cate made, sway back, small hand, and feet, good
countenance and extremely proud; she was pur-
chased of L 13 Rind ill, 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, 2 ) years of age, and
is about 6 foot higi, dark complexion, a little
kn6ck-kneed; wore off a straw hat, white panta-
loons aid 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 it


PORTO RICO SUGAR-10 hbls superior quality
Porto Rico Sugar, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
0p30 40 Water ot


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 veiy 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 ol
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.


PROSPECTUS OP 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
Whilsi the Paper will bear principally a com-
mercial character,. we shall endeavor to make it
useful and interesting to all classes of the commu-
nity, by rendering it a disseminator of truth-an
advocate of virtue-and censor of vice. In pur.
suing the plan determined upon, the following
will comprise the leading departments of the Pa-
per, which we hope will carry the cheerfulness of
knowledge and the light of truth wherever it is
received.
POLITICS.-We shall sustain the great Republi-
can doctrines embraced in the Virginia and Ken-
tuckev Resolutions of l798-'99, as maintained by
Jefferson, Madison, Troup, Hayne, Calhoun, and
othor 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 he the fundamental principles
of our Goverment Thus having for our motto-
"Free Trade-Low Duties-No Debt-Seperation
from Banks-Economv-Retrenchment-ani 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 ofo',ir 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 GEORaGX M DALLAS,
fully competent to discharge the duties of Presi-
dent and Vice President (if 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
St il)le fro lictions, both Foreign and Domestic-
together with a carefully corrected Weekly Re-
view of our own market.
AGICmcLTrrTRE..-Whatever may be deemed of in-
terest to those eug',t 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 INTELLIOKNCg -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 S',rINEL, will be published every
afternoon, on an imperial half sheet, and deliver-
ed in any part of the City, at S!x ,DOLLARS per
annum, payable in advance.
Tin-m GEORGIA SENTINEL, for the country, will be
issued once a week, on a Super.Royal sheet, and
forwarded by mail io any part cf the Union, at $3
per annum for a single copy-Two copies for $5
-or five copiesfor $10-pay bible invariably in ad-
vane. It will contain all the reading matter of
the daily paper, including Editoriial, C ininuica-
tions, a Weekly Review of the Savannih Mar-
ket, \cc.
SAdvertisements will be inserted in the Daily
Paper at fifty cents per square, for tie first and
twenty-five cents for each continuance. In the
Weekly, fifty-cents per square, will be charged
for each insernion.
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 ta- publication.
(0- 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 reciprocates
th" first opportuniity.
fi- A Subscription list will be found at this
office --S'AVANS'St Sp raMn.R 3, 1844.

PIUNFERS' AND BINDERS' WAREROOM,
1 Nos. 29 and 31 Gold street, New York.-The
"Hoe Printing Press, Machine and Saw Manu-
tactniry, 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


ADVERTISEMENT.
W ILLMER & SMITH'S EUROPE-
AN TIMES.-During the time this
journal has been before thie wirld, the proprietors
refer, with pleasure to the praise which it has
elicited from the )ress iof England, TrelInd, Scot-
land, the United States, Canada and the West
Indies, and the encouragement it has received
f1'rom the public of the United States and Canada.
Three essential features distinguish it from all
contemnora 'eons publications.
First-It contains a full, correct and compre-
hensive Shipping List, arranged on a )lan -o ilain
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
principallv to the articles of trade and commerce
more immediately appertaining to the American
continent, and in winch the merchant, bhe trader
and the man of business must feel an immediate
interest. On the score of coirectiess, the tabular
figures, and the remarks accompanying the vari-
ous markets, showing their actual condition, may
be relied on, and are in fact an authority with
most of the first houses in the principle cities of
the United States and Canada.
Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the
American reader, in a concentrated state, arind
where the interest or irnmnortance of the subject
demands it, in the most detailed and ample torm
every topic of political commercial, domestic and
miscellaneous interest which has occurred in Eu-
rope, or elsewhere, since the departure of the
previous packet; especial rega-ird being paid to
whatever is most connected with or relates to the
political, social, and commercial well-being of
the Union, or the adjacent British province. In
short, it takes a glance at every circumstance in
which the inhabitants of the Great Western con-
tinent can possibly feel an interest. It puts the
Americrn reader in possession, the moment it
comes to hand, of whatever has transpired d(luring
the interval in Furope-personal, political and
commercial.
It has already attained a very high character,
and may with great propriety be said to contain
the BEST PRICES CURRENT; the BEST
SHIPPING LIST; and is the BEST EUROPE-
AN NEWSPAPER which reaches this country
from England; for it comprises in a co densed
foim of twenty-four columns, every description of
news of interest of America, which had transpir-
ed in England and other Foreign parls, from the
sailing of the previous up to the hour of depar-
ture of the Steam ship which conveys the forth-
comining number.
It will be sold at 121 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 if; 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. jyl


COFFEE.--100 bags Rio and Laguira Coffee.
SFor eale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water et,


PATENT
SIX BARREL SELF MR,'OLVV
VING AND REPEATING

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 and Pen Holders;
Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pens;
Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks;
Patent Inkstands; Fine Letter Paper;
Fine Gold and Silver Pencils;
Genuine German Cologne, and fine Per-
fumes for Handkerchiefs, &c.
Bear's Oils; Toilette Mirrors;
Fine Cloths, Hair and Tooth Brushes;
D'essing and Fine Tooth Combs;
Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders;
Morocco Pocket Books; Tweezers;
Ladieb' Fine Feather Fans;
Feather Dusters; Key Rings;
Violin and Violin Strings;
Sewing & Knitting Needles, &c., &c.
Also, a good supply ot single and double bar-
reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which he
offers cheap for Cash.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf
T'ai'oring.
CU- TERMS-Cash on Delivery. )
gFall and Winter Fashions just received.
THE subscriber respectfully
i informs the Citizens of Apalachi-
cola, arid its vicinity, that he has
removed his TAILORING ES-
TABLISHMENT to the new
building of Capt. Simrnions, corner
of 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
Blacksmithing, &Ac.
THE subscriber respectfully in-
forms the citizens of Apalachicola
and its vicinity, that he has erect-
ed on Commerce (in the rear of
No. 22 Water) street, a BLAt'K-
SMITH'S SHOP, where lie 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


D RUGS, MEDICINES, &,r.-The subscriber
has just opened a iresh supply of Drugs,
Medicines, &r. All orders from the couiAtly
promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce streets.
SNABURGS.-10 bales Cotton Osnaburgs,
Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by
aep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water t.


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WARM SPRIN(;S.
MERIWETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA.
-| THE PROPRIETORS of this watering
ff! place, have been induced to open their
House for the accommodation of invalids
and others, much earlier this season than usual,
in consequence of the many applications that have
been made for Board from different parts of the
country, by those laboring under various diseases,
such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c all of which
readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have
heretofore held out more inducnents to persons
seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to
those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
say come, and come early, it' you wish to be
benefited. These Springs have proved a certain
cure in all cases ot Rhemniatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
and in no instance have invalids fa led to be bene-
fited who have visited them, tfor 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 weg. nerally
kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirely
new; our houses have all been repaired, and the
whole place presents a new and beautiful appear-
ance. The temperature ofi'the almos here is fine,
the thermometer seld' m rising above 86 degrees.
Our Baths are in as good order as they can he, and
for the benefit ot those who have net 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 1he sea, 7931 feet-
quantity one winp pint, or 28.875 cubic iiche-
sppcific gravity 0,998-distilled water being 1,0t0.
GASES-Carbonic acid gas,....2 cubic i:.ches.
Sulphurate of Hydrogen..............a trace.
SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime,......... 1 grain.
Carbonate of Iron,................ 35 grains.
Carbonate of Magnesia,........ 10 09 grains.
The temperature of the Water, winter and sum-
miner, 90 degrees."
A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly
for riding, three miles in length; it leads to the
summit of a Mountain, where yo, bet( Id one of
the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
road has also been made to the well known
COLD SPRING, only vths 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.-
Th!ie Ball Room is opened nightly arid 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 'xclusivtl this
season to the comfort of our visitors, and we bl~
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. loo, will
give his whole attention.
Our charges will be the same as heretofore,
430, per month for Board and Lodging. Baths,
free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and
sold at fair prices. These Springs are 35 miles
north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green-
ville. Visitors will line no difficulty in reaching
here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augusta, Macon'
and Madison with Colun-bus 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
wav of Hamilton, for the Springs.
The Proprietors will be ready to receive Com-
pany on the first May.
SEYMOUR R. BONNER.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.
The Warm Springs are so well known that we
dothink it necessary to trouble the public with a
long airay of certificates, settir'gforthli their claims
to the patronage oft 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 ol the Warm Springs, of
Merriwether county-It is due the public who'
may wish to leave their own homes and firesides,
during the sickly season, to seek a place where
they can enjoy health, and all the comforts of
cultivated and refined society, to point them ta
the Warm Springs. In its Topographical situa-
tion, it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering
place in the United States. The Medicinal virw
tues of its Waters from the Chemical analysis sub..
rnitted to the public by the States Oeologist, has
aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu.-
matismn; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis; Diar-
rher; Dysentary : Dispepsy, andal'l diseases of the
skin and Kidneys.
In addressing this'note to you sir, I have only
complied with the earnest solicitations of some
kind friends who have been either radically cured
or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Water#
of the Warm Springs.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high conei
deration yqur obedient servant,
J. J. BOSWELL.
To Col. S. R. Bonner.
/


UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOVINDRY,
Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New' York.
jTHE undersigned respectfully
inform the Old Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
DRY, formerly known as: "JAMEw
CONNER'S" and more recently a*
"CorNER & Coox's," and the pub-
lic in general, that they are prepared to execute
orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c ,-
and every other article necessary to form com-
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable'
terms, and of as good a quality as any other es-
tablishment in the United States.
The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
in style of face, and the material of which it is
made, particularly adapted for service in News-
paper Printing.
03j- 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 foul'
times the amount of the three insertions.
JAMES CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m




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WHAT IS SOLITUDE 1by the land besides
PUBLISHED SATURDAYS I -_ M- II .. __ .! _'___'_*- -l-t of the military officers and even chief*
CHARLES F. 1IOKFMAJC. police or Shi T .
BY & IlartsSiornc, N. YORK, N. ORLEANS. COLUMBUS.&c.&c. Not in the shadowy wood To try these culpiits, all the of the .
judges crim
A. >>Dm B-I! WVl 1 ,
a. sjajJa COMMISSION
mat
M E R C H ANT S Not in the crag-hun glen, courts were ordered by the to
OJice third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of No. 40 Water street, 5PHIIB & &: SI <& EQ rnlli&D Not where the echoes brood three times week, and the trials lasted regent from the sit ',$

Comaierce & Chestnut streets, oct2: Apalachicola, Florida. JVb. 133 Waiet k S) Pine ttreet. In caves untrod by men ; 3J to the t>2d of Decemler, 1612. Meanwhile
NEW YORK, Not by thebteak seashore, th Chief! conspirators endeavored, 1:

\T TrItEE: D3L.1.V?. PER.ANNUM W. A. & P. C. Kniii: PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor. Not Where on the barren: mountain surges hoar break, friends! to corrupt not only the juries thnugh, but their the;
P VBI.E IV ADVAVCE.ll. COMMISSION :MERCHANTS judges by a Lvish
Not by the breezrlecslake expend.ture of money in
I.- -Tti? n ? it* of telli: i.s or l las (twenty Vine* O.lice, No. .1 Columbus Huildnisja, Edw'd. C. Center d: Co., Not on the desert plain! ; brilJ TThev also retained: the most subtle and

M !l'f i I >r) ) )rti'. i,) ) n.ncJ3.nly: inserted; oct2-3 _. Apalachicola, Fla. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. ."Where man hath ne\r stood. tin I'Jcnt counsel in the kingdom for their d""tnce. ;
.uttnNl vh.j rites : ---- --,- ,Mobile Ala. Whether on isle or main- But these efforts were useless ; all were found \

11" ctt.. ... ;I t U '1 m nthf $! 3,1) Wsn. G. Porfcr : Co. OCh Collections and Remittances promptly at. Not there is solitude guilty i.f high treason; the least culpable were ,

1 "t)4.: ... .7 ,t ) II'h >?, *r.e'n.:2 (Wa DEALERS L\T GOODS A'JD( COMMISSION teded to. Birds sentenced to imprisonment fi.r life; others \\,18''r 'J'"'' 1.
in
rr'' lit )4.. .. "> )H ..> w-cks.I 5,) MEIirtlANTS.No. Refers to -Messrs.: McKay &, Hartshorne, Voices are woodland bowers; condemned! to the gullets; whilst Giusto Capez. l

r4"t n iti .. ...10J) i 10 ii i isirtio,i. I O'J ocf20 Iv 41 Water Street, *., -.. _pcf2Q; 6m .. Apalachicola. Fla. Streams to in the lonely listening dells ;hours zuti arid J forty-seven mere of the leaders were cr- J
*' I dered be
Fla. | II I. to
ilvvrtise Sv Mi liberal Jlpalarhicola, I I I. Talk guillotined. }
r, ti.HJ r VM var i disci in earth'ssecret celLs
; ;
sill nili "vit ill "I\' ,rti3 rats r Andrew S. Cooke, Over the grav-ribb'd sand All hope was not, however v 1
lIt )j ; < :n not W.M. H. KlMBROlTGH. JoHN Invert up. By the
I. RlDGWAY.Kimbrou COMMISSION
..!u. t1v! 'Jirtdtin to leir own business, asi MERCHANT, Breathe Ocean's frothy lips; Fren'b IJw-the in force in XatJlthe risjht
".!1l.* ill I !.!.%! -l I'ertUt* nit <3 it i in hy them: ;:h & Itil-\vny, No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st. Over the still lake's strand exists in criminal cases ot t appealing to a court of ,
COMMISSION; f New Orleans La. The wild flower toward it ("as Bt iO To this
wi11b I .* 'uq jJ at the mail rites.Stf : & FORWARDING dips; court the friends and ct.unsel .
,r.- --t- ___-.a. !MERC II A X T S. Refers to-Messrs Harpev & Holmes, v Pluming Life the mountain's crest of the convicted conspirators ap; lied for a new ..

VHK & APVLACHICOLA PACKE N. I O.Tice, No. t2-3 Water stree*-Up stairApal.ichicola janlj t1 nov Apalachicola, Fla. Coursing. tosses the desert's in its pines breast; trial I, on the ground of inft'rmalities said to have \
occurred
c Fla. Life in the steed's shinea. during the examination of wnnesses. As 4-
:1 p,,, I.'ff'. t" ftCJ-: Liberal advances on cotton consigned i to SHEPARD T LIPPINCOTT, W.M; H. WYATT. mane the appeal was founded on :a UK.re legal quibble.

: "STAR LINE"- their friendj in New York, Boston, Liverpool or Lippincott & Wyatt, Leave if thou wouldst be lonely little good was expecttd to result from it, the
H GROCERS;;; & COMMISSION[ MERCHANTS Leave Nature for the object of the
svn Minima, .. . . Phillips' Master.in'iizi !: ivre. ol"t.o'j No. 2 New Levee and Seek there crowd ; applicants bemirto i.btain uch iclief -
4 Tchoupitoulas st., for ontone only a delay as would allow
.. . . S . .Cl.lrk1 John II. Hull NEW ORLEANS. With kindred mind endow'd Russia of Murat's return from
a >20 ly ; f r
iin.: 'ftlr..', ( jew) .<01 . .Lewis. U of t t the lato firm of { There-as with Nature erst be expectid nothing from h"in the shape of mercy could

BrtZ C.tftlhnt E. Plait,. . Rice u [-,": .1. FJardce Sf Co., Savannah, Ga ] Thomas Bertram Closely] thou wouIdst commune- exerted all her infl' .? -sen Caroline, indeed
3n4 Virrmi t,.. . . S e :Talbot, '4RriZ FACTOR AND! COMMISSION; MERCHANT COMMISSION( :MERCHANT The deep soul-mu-ic nursed # tl hasten the ** he court cassation ))1

>intn!i,. . . S . !liedell, O.fice, No. 43 Water street No. ot Common In either heart, attune on p so as to bring the ; ,
: street. culprits .
Hrl'.' C i>11.t.. . . . fJedell! orf2i: ; Fla.'i'lioiuas NEWORLEANS. Heart-wearied thou wilt own, therefore speedily ti/ on. In a few days r t
|p}'ii! Mir-1 . . S S Richardson! Apalachicola 4 novl ly Thai Vainly that phantomYoo'd, 'id his ,the appeal \%....."jeeted, and FraGiusto I
thoU least a
at has known forty seven associates ,
I p.>" \.d.. being nf liiht dr.,ft of wa' .r PI'( StllI, J. W. Woodland & Co. What is true :-olirud hhdt on the 15th .-..' .hnn1P1.were._ ordered 1e1'> to TL be,_ t ''tt.
r 11 1 tel n-n ri Je-1 !bv !v",ene.iced masters, -ire C 0 :M :M I S.S) f H t'J: and FO it W A R DIN G COM'MISSION MERCHANTS, monk, with three of his- relations: : .) *Wf (** ,

0':1:[ ah I tt'd f tn( Hie tra-ie, aid will sail punctual11 ;MERCHANT.O.Uce No. IS Commerce street, I AN ANECDOTE OF MURAT, KING OF NA. before his own villa! at San were Marcalir.o to be executed r't
and
\.1 t h't'r'I ("I.j No. 3J Water street-up stairs. New Orleans, La. novl ly I PLES. as it was feared that the brigands and ,

; \ ; *..1! for.v-ir I le.1 to the! subscribers i inX ocly (3m Apalachicola, Fla. -- '- -- Joachim Murat, if not the best informed man the neighborhood would rnakr: desperateattetnt peasants of ,

.!iv York, will be shipped free of cOlI1l11i ji.tni. New York, Ncio Orleans and Miscellaneous wa undoubtedly the most: gallant and intrepid to rescue the popular friar, that t
village
por &. P'IILLIP.S* Cu., A GREEV, CIIAS. II. CONSERV.Grccii was Cbrlpletf'ly )
ADVERTISEMENTS.PRINT soldier in the garrisoned with
Imperial Army of France. Having: trm r g.
13 > 'itti:
.c I \'tI' ; .l )ItXE, COMMISSION MERChANTS, WAREHOUSE every part of a soldier's duty was familiar to ples. The disastrous: retreat from Moscow, and f
4.J "atvT :st., \:,. !j'hio1a. No. 25 Water street him I! quarrel with Na
IN NEW YORK and in all the details of the military art he } ;>oeo:>, had duven: him back to
r
;\.t/l S.>r 1st, ISM.V .r? i. 4ly Apilachicola, Fh.'V'lie had no rival. his kingdom quite l
To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade Napoleon designated him as the unexpectedly. Ot .urce his
:\E: : V;Jlt.j APALAC.llC.JL[ Vir L'\CKrr V IcKeIkzie by the Piece or Package.No. best cavalry officer in Europe. His person was mere:: presence in Naplts at once annulled the (_ ,.t< I(
as manly as his manners were' effeminate-his powers cf he regency, and befi re theconspirators ,
t S L. COMMl'SlON: I :M E RC H ANTS 44 ( :llar street, near William. noble features :and limbs could be put to death hi. signature
powerful
: contrasting was by law
4 ::.... -.J No. 4-J Water street, LEE & BREWSTER I give notice to I strangely with the eccentric trivolty of some of necessary to the W a1rrant The Marquis Guic- ." 111-
Apalachicola. alers in DRY GOODS, that they have removed his ciardi, minister of, Jt
Jl.'tl Ric-Ytf 4rlle. actions. His best characteristics were, however justice, with a rueful counten t.a1C'e t.
: .. '.Irt 1 : J Al.V.i WVLIK, > tht>WAREHOUSE for PRINTED a strong natural sagacity, and an almost unbounded submitted them to the king for perusal. Mu-
1 t .V.niim.: : : > i.J ;) me, m .. I..'. .ri ILI:I, . . . .V.ii. Pr ltr, Vic. A.. McKE.vzir, 5 sept ly CALICOES No. 41 Cedar street.EXCLUSIVELY By continini, from their Pearl attention, to generosity both. in public and private life. cumined: ; the instruments with attention, and J. \\

MuiV.1\ *, .. .. S . . ;> '.V f LitJutn! '' ---- --- to PRINTS ONLY Messrs E. &,;B. These qualities were frequently called forth when was evidently shocked at being required to sign i I ,.Ir.1t I\\!
enabledto
,
Davitl G. are the lives
uj r'u: )!.* fi,. . . . \ L 1).er1 IC Ruicyf exhibit he was placed by Bonaparte on the throne of Na away of so many of his subjects. u How I".
COUMI.: >IS >cFO : IVAIIDIN't MERCHANTA.D an assortment far suppas-ing any ever is it possible," he inquired (
they could
Hn lttlltfL.r I Done l have
'! I D\L-: : :{ i\T: GOODS, before offered in America; and to sell at prices as pIes.When hoped to succeed 1 in
!H I -' \'i EIIZ'.. . . VC J'irU: No. 43 Water street. low, and generally lower, than those whose attention Napoleon, blindly imagining that his ternri-e!" << SD: daring and difficult an en. .
B :rM'tanora, . . il AsM-v, '!') tin army could successfully contend with the severityof
._ ". J La Anal ichicola. Fla. is i: divided among large variety nfarticlt's.I : northern winter The minister replied f hat (
formed the
I lh.,r; vessels are ol tu it unit of" wj'er, The stock consists of several thousand gigantic project conspirators were j .
I"1 1" lilt expressly for the trade, ot't'je' !b.'!
:L-rult, ijpjer; fastened: anj cm},jerc'.lvtii] han.l- DEILCRS (IV \CKLL\\EOLTS[ GOODS,, ; AND FOREIGN every PRINTS in market Neapolitan throne to Dresden, to take the sip with arnx.s-wereulprttd; by the en- I
,' AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS ; command of the cavlry of the Imperial mies of the !state from without, ai.d by the kw
>,1' t.' 1' ;i u'jj-itnns and will snI p'iict: uliy : army.- r
.. ;)..tra..1."h: ':a the iliv 1 ot' .inline tulljoini No 33: Water street many styles of which are got up exclusively for previous tit his departure, Murat, who had married casses witliin.! .
dacl ly Apalachicola, Fla. their own sales, and ennnot be obtained elsewhere Napoleon's sister Caroline Can it be," rejoined the king, u that few f
I .', t&t -.IJi'Hm; sail on: the M-nd iv lullmv- : in second hands. Bonaparte, established a in
except
I a re.. enc) at the head ol which he experienced: rcb 13, uacKtd b) uatnaru: e.Lle b.i-
.1: : "f" prsjeof: pH i.'e n >? l I, witu:a"lIt li-jii-'r' Dealers Prints will find
\V. A. Wood, in I it to their interest Hands, could
dream
placed Ins queen. This! lady, though not the ever (If t Overturning
a
t" Ui i I j 1 I. .1r.v tr liJ to Ihe II'; 'ri.N, at to call and examine this Stuck before ; gi.vtrn-
COMMISSION( r'UR.V\RING MERCHANT, making handsomest me t supported hundred
was certainly the most by a thousand
.
\: : interesting : faithful
v )rx, vvjll b* elsewhere for
AND SHIP CHANDLER: purchases by so doing/ they willha'e and best informed of \Vt"IllhsriplI1edsdJitlsard!
Napoleon's sisters. Besides : having in
:. J. Ijt'ior: : : &. Cd") Itse.
No. -- Water street, the advantage of learning the lowest market feminine cur..- possession all the n.ilitary ,j.
> l vrit'i' '.t N. Y., or, and all the many accomplishments she possessed strongholds and .11
price, comparing most desirable and
the civil
I *e:>30 Apal.irhif oa, Fa. and tin-incijl!
great personal and tact in the resources of the
1 N.J.J' ;E, '""I'J''i.C'\: courage management country i
\: :' fashionable tvles in market side by side. The truth itt
of and Marquis these
political administrative ,
affairs. unfortunate
t i. ::_ \Vdter--t.:;_ ., A nl'a. Do ,I '.:c* Gardner, {cM Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every Unfortunately, however, she was, like her eldest must be insane. No one shall convince me men that '
riiOCCllSx COMMISSION MERCHANT variation of the market, are placed in the handsof inclined people their .
f Cijitrliit'liip u'll Cunali.iollI brother, to be despotic-a disposition right senses could have in
.,., engaged
I dll"l.hf .;", S utt) Water -treef: -huvor-J.--- oct7 tfn which manifeted: itself as soon a-i fliP r*' 'prrv ---- -
\ \ \P \!\GiJICJt v -t ., ,) .2'I.r\Izu.; :!Itcl3 Ajialachicola, Fla.Mhlev Commission Business. the kingdom fell chiefly into her hands-0---This mad, and shall therefore revise- thirserifence.""* &lIt') B_re If 1L_

ii if-i : : -ri(1 U.h'C' .t-..... 'Iatell: !'I or tile ,"urL -- --- was unfortunate ; for under the mildest rule] of a Let them be confi .ed in the lunatic asylum of

t 'Ht? 01 ti t I".i.ta L; t \;'! I.T 11 \. :ncv' and : & Co. lchit. *, March 12th, 1844. foreign power, a conquered nation seldom sits A versa, and kept there until they recover their
-ALI-R: -) IN I CLOTHING HOOTS SHOES {rj-: WITH a knowledge of business derived .
CIIn'n, ; senses !
: !- :$ U'1i'*eS. 1"1hJi! le5; Wlil t hek ",. quietly ; and the Neapolitans already bore with
llii'kt V. uivlnc"! "li. h1I IIA IN, Ace. from an experience of more than twenty years in i of French The will of Murat law.
II & :ln' L. :JiivonliiLr impatience sway king. Caroline's was The culprits in.
i i I trie firm of KAYM: J.\TI!f's.:, H I .\RJ C-ir. Water and Chesnut streets, Commercial and other business pursuits, and good arbitrary character was known and on Mural's: stead of being dragged to .the scaffold, were transferred .

,:' :.1! s'-i i Cohm'ius Geo :u E-lwird! J Hjraii: nct2 } Apilachir.ola, Fla. facilities, the undersigned tender their services, departure, the discontent of th? Neapolitans increased to the state mad-hnu&e. In a few months
S
: "i'n'! 'inn uf YilOI.V ic Co. as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur- ; they redoubled their efforts to overthrowthe the merciful king affected to believe that their inanity {

!r'i'i I i u-.rit. ages offered ')Y tnis arrangement! tojcfsis I Friisieis. Kopnmii, cha Domestic Goods.
/ .it a distance who may have or wi-h! tcBji WIIOLKSM.A.VP RKJTAII nK\L.Fa iv' Bourbons on the throne. being allowed at lane wit cu (.an er to the pub-
SHOES, DRY ;OJD; x CLOTHING, HATS, &.c. Their I business( will be conducted upon established lie, and
they
The of wtre id ill
r1i1 Czcapfur Cash, I principles, and with a view to prompt returns monks of the fect rf .this clemancy t
: : Feelnig urselws!' fully cornt several religious orders which Mu was to convert them fn-m (
; ;ar.klf < r.i.ulnct such a b-Jsine as it sli'iuH' (be, oct Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla. for all sales effected, and answers to all rat had: suppressed, and whose revenues he had I conspiration into the n.cst devoted subjects (.f \J J.t.
orders with which
be favored.
t Tdnteili.ig; >t itu do, we resijectfully solicit: a they may made the lroPertyottfenation. These men possessed wt.omelura.c. boast.: Air.ongst them,there
r II. IS. \Vool Bills of Exchange drawn of 1. _
against i
: shipments few
ihreof:: pdTruo ie. great influence over the Italian aristocracy, were a miser bleexce.t; on?, > ,
EDWARD J. HARDIN, NOT .\ It Y PUB LIC, Cotton or other Produce, will he duly honored on as well'as over the lower orders, especially in the I At the final d. wnf'alt cf the J Tench empire in [

HENRY: L. RAYMOND.Apihchicola {XJ-: Oifice, cur. Centre an-l 'A'atfr Afreet, receipt Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special provinces, and exercised their sacred ministry toexasperate ; 1515, lluratas driven from his kingdom) and, J p __ __

} Juix ai, hUe al'iif ort2 Oly Apalachicola, Fla. agreement for funds! at maturity, with advices ofesponsibility theirflockstorebellion. The Dit.ment I as is weLl know, made soon after an attempt to regain

r of drawers. the establishment of the reirency was oflicially: I the throne far more ins ne thai: tha of Ca- _
J.Pt1'Nti1P! NOTLCI.-.tie unlery A. L. Cleiieits. FOWLE, DE COIN & CO., announced, the monk redoubled their efforts in I ptzzuti i and his 'olIowt'r ;thou h.alas! his offence _

> '>< iH !iavi i 0; isi'icjatd I \\'.tu V.irni Mr. H. NOTARY PUBLIC, mar O 5m 7S Pearl street. favor of the expelled! Bourbons, and enrolled in was not so leniently dealt with as he had treated

.v.. SRJ JK >, will C. in.i'i.to in:met a General No. -23 Water Direct, BLUE STORE ;"TRIANGLE BUILDINGS the conspiracy every class of the people from the I theirs. He landed on the shores of Calabria witha

I'uusioi% r'orwarl i ;, --ind >lii') un Hu>ine;:!, sep3") Apalachicola; Fa. disaffected nobility down to military deserters and few companions, in the hope of being joined by _ _
C1r! ttie :inn of X JJ,{ .E, ;? PON'E &. Co. Thos. ITI.1 Doyle & Co. banditti. The most influential of the monkish .I the oppressed people. In this he was du.apl oint- 1

NJJRSE STONE. J.iincs I:'. Farrior, SHIP CHANDLERS 5c GROCERS, azitators was Giusto Capezzuii! formeily of the ed ; was captured, and shot by the base sentence

B. F, NOURS':, ) PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC, No; 2 &. 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee, order of St. Martin and for many years the manager of a Neapolitan court marti.il. What renders tl, i I 1I

H B. 'ron: V Apalachicola, Au: 1, ISlt. ApahchiC'olFla.. and at No 20 Natchez street, and treasurer of all the estates and revenues proceeding the more revolting: to the cirrumstan'- I -
; H. W. BROOKS. ) all O7ce\(}. ." Water street. N. ORLEANS. left for the benefit of the Door. Not haviriir been ce. that amongst those who condemned Murat tn 1 -

'JLUriON z- He would respectfully solicit the patronageof quite faithful in thedischarge of his offices. Giusto I death, were several of the conspirators! whom he '
; D' Or COPRPXERSUf; P.- hii friends and acquaintances. lXrVHOLE'LE AND RETAIL DEALERS amassed great wealth, and lived in splendid affluence h-d so generously pardoned. He was in the first

JK-JRIr1/'ie[ hte" firm of "CUEn'ER1is FARRIOR &, -- -- -- in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and at San Marcallino, a pretty village of Tel r.1 place arrested by a captain de Concilis, was condemned .
; 1t F, this day dissolved by rnutuil con- James Gil>'Jon, Window Glass, &..c.Vill keep constantly on di Lavnro, about ten miles from the capital. All undo r the presidency: of General Nunzi-

t "wired! of the parties. HIJ.h1.;! Farrior, i is duly HOUSE, SIGN, 0Il :\\18' TAL PAINTER hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows : the inhabitants of the surrounding country, and ante, and by the vote Prince Cancsa, whose father

I r U.d firm. to settle! all the unfinished business; of AND GLAZIER, WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and :2 ; especially the brigands who infested the marshes [brothers, and other relations, were amongstthe

WILLIAM[ CHESTER.HU Apalachicola, Fla. White and Red Lead, dry ; Venetian Red ; ., of Patra and Capua, held him in great estimation condemned of the 15th January, 1S13. ,
-;il M. FARRIOR
r:5Ke'ps constantly on hand a full supply of Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black; and were so much under his influence, that they
EPH \LY MeGRIFF.Apalach&rola PainN Oil-J Glas- Putty, &c. &..c.Vurk done Chrome Green and Saxon do >// '.'.
; were ever ready to obey whatever he should com Companions -Parents cannot be' too care.
Oct. 15th, ISU. ol'J l'n on the most reasonable terms. au- 19 Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black ; mand. His villa became the head-quarters of ful in selecting society for their children ; and

r, D '\'JLUriON OF 'CO.PAHT\fRIJlP.-; Green and Blue Verditter; the principal partizans Ferdinand, the exiled i young men connot be too choice in'lheir asso S S

t Trie copartnership) [ of YONTE; & TAYLOR II. R. Wood, Chrome Yellow and Orange do; monarch, then residing in Sicily, and he freely ciates. The adage has lost nothing by aze,hich ',

[ I It bj div dissolved bv mutual consent. The CITY WEIGHER, FINE COLORS :Ultarnarine and Cobalt ; appropriated a portion of his vast wealth to the sj>s, "A man is known by the company he \; j

t tI\$ of the firm will bj dtt :ail'd to by C. C. corner Centre and Water streets. Yellow Lake and Crimson do; purchase of arms and munitions fur his willing keeps." To young men, especially it is of infinite .

"'ze, xvho will continue, to practice in! theAlQrljof nc2Q Apalachicola, Fla. Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red ; followers all of whom were ready to commence the importance that they be lurnished with

f. \, iVilto-i, W4tliltoi, Jackson, Calhoun Lion & Owens, Chinese Vermillion ; English do; insurrection at any moment Fra Giusto might companions possessing generous hearts, and hon f S

a'Jd lmnklin counties, 1-1;, ail in henry, Dale ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre ; command. At length it was agreed that the grand r.urable'irtuous sentiment Says the di:>!tinguisned ; ) S

"51/ileeconitif\ All., and! in the Court of Abbeville and Tmv, Ala. Terra de Seinna ; Purple Brown ; York do; explosion should take place on the anniversary of Robert Hall, in his "Wtrks: ," recently t'

r. Pt'414, TtLhee.r. ; ( in the County and Circuit Crocus Martis; Mineral Green ; Napoleon's birth-the loth: of August. ISl'!. It published, by Harper & Brothers:

TAYLOR, hu located hi-ns.-lf in Abbp.lle. WILL practice of counties of Montgomery, Pike, Emerald and Paris Green &.C., &c. happened however, that the measures of the society .i is the am| sphere of s-mls; and we

:! Au., aid will practice in all the Courts of Coffee, Dile, Henrv and Barbour, composing the OILS &. BRSHELhseed Oil ; Do. boiled; conspirators: were not taken so secretly as to prevent necessarily in.b.be from it something( which 19 1 4
''t4 Circuit Oil their proceedings>> trou reaching ears of either infecti' ns or s duVicus.: The i t :
: and the adjoining counties in Floridac. eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama. Spirit Turpentine ; Sperm ; soc ty of
c. YON-E, WOODSON L. LIGON Paint Brushes from NO. 1 to 6,000,000; the minister of police, and before( the appointed virtuuspers. ns is enjoy btyond U, ir company, '
J )UN B. TAYLOR. : Ala. Varnish do. of all sizes; day, Fra Giusto: Capezzuti and the other chiefsof while vice cames a sting into sr.l tude The S
Abbeville! Henry co.,
.1aC1ihieoaOct n. 1SU. o'>3 1m HASTINGS OWENS, Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8 ; Badger Hair; the rebellion were arrested and thrown into the society or the company Yuu keep, is both the indication r
,
E
Ala. Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round; state prison of Naples. The friar bore this reverse of your character ar.d the' former of it. '

L. \V. Sprat, Troy, Pike co., Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes; with the utmost fortitude; and although In c mpany, when the pores of the mind are t J

L1TOaNEy i COUN.SEU.OR: AT LAW. Refers to- Sable &. Camel Hair Pencils, If and 1J in long promises of pardon were repeatedly made on the opened there requires more guard than iisra!, because .

> ,STILL fur lhc fut>ir? reside: in this citvA Col. A McAllhtw, ) Henry co AU. Stock and Kalsomine Brushes; condition that he should betray the secrets of the the mind is then pa.sve.: Either vicious S
'
tee "..h.ho hoive com'nitt' lea) b-isineas to his Gen. A J :\1<- \lIit.eT! < Marking Brushes, round and flat ; conspiracy, he indignantly rejected them. Some company will please you, or it will not ; if it doe ;

". a resident: of Q-iincy, will please ad Hon'le. Ja E Belstr, Montgomery Ala. Scrubing and Shoe brushes; of his fellow prisoners were not so ho'irraMe-- not please you the end of g ing will be defeated." ;S '

litiaLtfl ellioltlc!a.t this. place lie will continue a regri Gen'l.! John Dill, Fc'rt Gaiues, Ga. Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do; Having been falsely persuaded that Capezzuti had In such society, "you will feel your reverence for S
!Ilpon the coins: of Jackson and Messrs.: Che t'r &, M-GrirT Apal'a. Fa. the '
become dcttes&fconscieneewear
their off and
Whitewash and Mop do; accuser, they not only avowed their that name, .
1al! tetls coulties. and the Court of Appeals at January 2oth: IS U. jan'70! tfT VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do; own guilt, but gave to the minister such information at which a 'gels bow a d devils tremble, yon will S

OJi t J" rV.. A. WOOi'd, No. 23 Water street. UMBER PECTOtt.-The undersigned i Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do; as enabled him to arrest a great portionof hear contemned and abused The Bible will supply

hicolicol.. Jan.8. 13n.t LJ havin been appointed Inspector of Lumber Mastic, for Pictures, &.c. those conspirators who had hitherto escaped ; materials for unmeaning jesfs r impku* buf-

V:n. for the County of Franklin tiTers! his/ervices to WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of and in a few days no fewer than three f.u ,died foor.ery ; the conse ,uence ot this will be a practi. 1 .

\ GaEE SYdney Green ITI. D. the public in that capacity, aid will attend to all French English and American. and fifty individuals were lodged in priaon. Pre- cal deviation from v.rttie; the principles will become f.

U Ii .I ta.kes thiJ opportunity of expres- duties appertaining to said app-inttnent. f$- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats, liminary examinations were instantly commenced, sapped, a-id the fences of conscience br ken 4 I
"ii :t .t!fl gratitude aha.U to his patrons; and to assure Office corner Commerce ad Forbes street. Shipping and Plantation use; together with a and the result was that one hundred and forty- down; and when debauchery: has corrupted the
be his {OJ-
? ;:: constant endeavor to ren- three committed to take their trial; character, a total inversion will take plac
line too were they
I ,. 'Clfmore useful in his JOHN LUCAS.paachicola4 variety of articles in the Painting nam- persons ;
profession.
.t OB jy6 Iy amongst whom were some of the firet nobe: of will %?ory in tfoir ,ha'7l'cO ."
Centre, new Water street. dec25 \ Oct. 15, 1814. o9 tf rous to mention. i
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From the New York Sun. TREMENDOUS GALE AT BUFFALu. THE RIVER PLATE.We the business of the nation is effectually ;
LATEST FROM in
l tr 7 coj i ifiu llfT fmiT sE ARRIVAL OF THE G"eatoas of property and awful destructionof are indebted the politeness of Capt. William hands their
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4 < life.-Late on Friday night, after a heavy rain, I S. Wedge, of the brig Amazon, at this port, : are many but other peculiarities atten.t._

: : APALACH1COLA, TUESDAY, NOV. 5, 1844. STEAMER v B ACADIA the wind suddenly -shifted to the north, and from Buenos Ayres, for the following information its character.organization" rather of an uninteresti--:!.

.oj .. blowed a hurricane, to the immense damage of :

j .' THE ELECTION. At Boston-Fourteen Days Later. property and loss of life. The U. S. steamer Al- The Amazon left Buenos Ayres on the 19th of From the New-Orleans Picayune 16th i inst II

J '1 We below the full return3 of the ejection China- bert, the steamboat Chautauque and many oth- August. Hides were high, and the supplies ut IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO '
; publish Treaty between the United and -
States
I : ers, were driven ashore. Three men and a boy the North side of
the article from the on RELEJiE OF THE PEROTE
\ t in this county fur Senators for the Western Threatened exclusion of the American Minister were washed overboard from the St. Louis and the River Plate, were ports cut oil* almost entirely, in By the:my of Havana we have PRISONERS advicea' -I;

1\t I V District, and the Representative to the Council, from Court-Depression in the Cotton drowned; :she had 3 or 41)0) passengers. More consequence of the cattle having been driven back: Vera Cruz up to the 30th of September CT ,

i. for Franklin county. Quite an excitement was Market,, 4;c. than seventy canal boats were driven ashore at the into the interior by Riviera's troops, to prevent eighteen days later than we hav received'dir
The British Mail Steamer Acadia, Capt. Harrison distance of a mile from the canal, and sail vesselson which still taken to Havana
; ; I gotten up a few days previous to the election, The supplies from reaching; Oribe's army, They were by the British toSt
arrived at Boston on the 21st ult having the lake were more or less damaged. maintained its position outside of Montevideo.On mail steamer Trent. The most important
It :anti the contest became strictly partizan ; almostII' been sixteen unusual time of late, on her Commercial Advertiser says the massive stone pier i the 1st of August the Flour that had been in telligence received is the release of the lOt i an.maining .

;:4'f every one voting with a view to sustain their days, an that protects the harbor is: seriously injured for bond at Buenos Ayres was allowed to be exportedto Texian prisoners confined in the CastT

I party.Vc are pleased however, to find that the I passage. The A., had an exceedingly rough time many rods in Ie gth.* The whole extent of %whar all ports not in the possession of the enemy, ofPerote, the glad event took place on the 16tIt?
but has not sustained the slightest damage. By fage from the ship canal to the foot of Illinois We hail it with unafl
ult.
I candidate from this county, Mr. FLOYD, receiveda on payment of 12 per cent. transit duty. cted pleasure.only It
."l her arrival London and Liverpool dates up to the street, is; much damaged and in many places totally About ir,OOO bhls. of American Flour, which restores to freedom a hundred hearts as bray

I large vote, having been supported by both par 4th ult. have been received. She brought outS destroyed. Ofocoursc a large amount of had been locked up for about a year, were saId at as ever beat, but will relieve a painful solicitude.in

1 r'1 tics, which, we hope, may secure his election. !property, salt, &c., lying on the wharves, is lost. about $1, silver, and exported to Banda Orientaland their behalf existing in the minds of relati,
from Liverpool and 19 from Halifax -
V Ii: The vote wn larger than we anticipated, as a passengers The whole of the lower lloors of the warehouses:: all places on the rivers:: Uruguay and Prana, and friends, both in Texas and the United State?

J lar e portion of our absentees have not yet re -S7 in all. on the harbor have been submerged, and the but none admitted for consumption at Buenos We presume this act of clemency is due to Sacs

,1 i t, The Cotton market is still much depressed by property therein stored of course much injured. Ayres. This amount of Flour, although sold, i Anna, whose heart (having been quite} recent}!

_ turned. the heavy stock, and shows of declin- Roop's white lead factory, a new establishment, and of bad quality, will diminish the demand for I, wounded by a severe domestic affliction)
I f ; Those marked: thus) (*) are democrats.Apaladiicola symptoms I in which some $20OIO' had been invested, is utterly new arrivals. have sought fitting alleviation in this deed ofmtr mar
ing, though at present a reduction of 1-Sd Ib. brick "
three stores
I -Yot Senators-R J Floyd 126; per demolished. Kingman's Admiral Brown, who has been commanding cy. We may shortly expect the Cutter Woodbnr.

I lej Walker Arv.Ier-un* 95: ; \V'mV J Kelly 71 : Sam'lC cannot be quoted. foot"of Court st., not quite completed, all the in ruins Niagara Argentine Squadion, has retired, and Captain at this port, and we presume, with many i

: ,i! Tartans are becoming fashionable, in consequence Thebrick building partially erected by Anthony Toll, a native of Spain, has been appointed these poor prisoners on board. They will stand
Bellamy 70; N A: Long in ; Jno L :McKinnon Fall.i R. n. Co. for a lh'pot 1e:1r: Cumt st., shelter-let
of the Queen's visit to Scotland and the : in his: place, with the rank of Commodore in need of succor and all be prepared
,
,L. 'i IS; GcunM Walker 1'2 ; Jno Ghent 1.I pattern is amass i 01 ruins. Four fr'lnl L-'H.: e.-., belonging it is understood to be the intention of the Argentine to give them both.
being patronized by her Majesty.The to C. C. Bristol near: Willccs-un's;- !ft-ui.dry. ill We that J
For Representative G :M: Davis 67 ; Sam'lW Government to declare the port of Montevideo have before stated Santa Anna bad ob.
I I Si treaty entered into between England and destroyed, as are also ail: ti. fr.nnc L ,.la! .res and;) to be under strict blockade by sea, which tained leave of absence from the Chambers to

Spencer ; France, for giving up offenders that take refuge in i dwellings on both sides of tl3, ("lId!, .rul:1ft' mu.t accelerate, its (fall. This measure will much I tend to his private affairs and solace himself at.jj
I : For Coioner-John Luca< lO1}. chanic's st. to the line, bomo tMt! ; > or f f. ty
either country, has been carried out in the city interfere! with American commerce, as the principal his affliction at the loss of his wife. He left the
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i { 17 ; Anderson G. Jacques Besset, charged with fraudulent bank- Slyke Sc Co.'s boat-yard, in the same viei: iltty; vi-=io.s the pnxluctioii of the United States, for for his retirement of Manga de Clavo. '

::,: For Rcpr*>entative-S W Spencer 17. runtcy; Ins: bpcn taken into custody in London, are all gone, including timber, and tools and which. there is no demand Buenos Ayres. Vessels It has before been announced by us that Gen.
I! and sent to Pans. steaming apparatus. Graves and (Uo.'s_ rope walk, : ordered off must, therefore make losing voy- Canalizo had beeij appointed Provisional President
J For Coroner-John Lucas 10. a totallosi.Mead's new brick dwelling: on Curt; Santa Anna's retirement. The
during
It is said the British intend I a: < :: General
t Fort Gads Jen-No poll held. Ministry to attack st. and some thirty small dwellings occupied by The army of the city of Montevideo was in avery arrived at San Luis de Potosi on the 17th of Sep.

\ ': \ the Irish Repeal movement again. persons employed in Wilkesr.n's foundry, all weak r-.tc.; Gen. Paz, the only general in tember, to take command of the Army of Open- ,

MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK AND 1.0S Rumor* 'xi..t {hat treaty has been entered into washed away or blown over. A hat factory near wh().n allY confidence could be pLcid, had proceeded tions against Texas. The following day, by 111

I. A"V f (1.-'' LIFE.t between Brazil :and Eoghnd.: This intelligenCe the canal two frame buildings: on Jirk-on: ( street' to Rio de Janeiro with the !.olJC of pro- extraordinary courier, he received notice of lijj V
I \ T S Guthrie & Benson's plaining establt.-hinctit; : and from Brazil which, however, been appointed Provisional
t 1 l J'Ve have: deferred publishing the following may or not be correct. cr.rmir' r.si: >tnnce) having President-
may soap factory;: adjoining, on tho canal, are also is improbable. Brazil would. be divided i into He immediately set out for Mexico: where hear.
j ,l 'M melancholy news of tbe. loss of the brig Saratoga, Mr. Everett, the American Minister, is said to gone. On the peninsula, between the lake and very half dozen new Republics the moment war rived on the 19th, and the following day he en.

t lof New York, bound for:,this port, ,in hopes that have solicited his recall. harbor, several small woOden !buildings! nd! :a r< uuTieucvd, !, nt.tl I Ini* is well understood at Rio tcred upon the discharge of the duties: of the '
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I'i it !fthe report miirht not prove true. The S., left Repudiation denounced at the British Court.It .- large number of cattle \\wr sw pr r.w.iy.; : \i.II)" ,le Janeiro by the Government. Gen. Riviera presidency. He did not take the oath of office)
of the warehouses along the harboi: were considerably with IJUU of the 21st when
the confines of Brazil ) luen.- until the afternoon the
U I lSY\v York on the 2Gth of September last, with is was on cere.
commonly rumored in the that
: I very city, it
l the
lint massive
their
in roofs
injured dc\'. about o'clock
The entire of his force may be put il at inony was performed, at one in the
1 1 fifteen and a full crew, in all twenty.I is the intention of Government bodies of those enabled ; pre. ;.
,\f' }passengers to exclude from strength of the buildings OUO, and that of Gen. Orlbc at 1.1,1111:1.: i: sence of the Supreme National Con 'Te s. The

11 I souls ; and there remains now, no doubt, but the Court, and from the Ministerial parties all them to resist the gale. The water rose seven The Provinces of the Argentine Confederation President 6f the Council of Government is i Doa

I that they have all perished, with the exception the foreign Ministers or Charges d' Afl ircs, feet in the tjhs-j works of P. llodgu &, Ci,. and were quiet, and a brisk trade was" : being carried Jose JoaquinjHerrera.

I 1'1\:*:\ of :Mr. Simonton, the 2d mate: and Sam'l Smith, whose governments have not faithfully fulfilled destroyed hand. a lar.e; amount of stock arId ware uri eii with the provinces Mendoza, Tucuman and The Senate has' solemnly declared that there u
I Cordova. The amount of duties collected at the no groundfor an act of accusation against Don
.( i passenger: who were picked up at sea by the their engagements with their creditors}; in this The new brick store, nearly completed: belonging Custom House during the last year exceeded that Juan Bautista Morales, the responsible authtf tf

barque Zaida, and carried into Boston. We copy country. Such a proceeding would place the to F. C. Hatch, coner of Exchange and of any year since the formation of the Hp""l nMiV, an article in El Siglo XIX, charged as being subversive

r. i the following particulars from the New York Sun: United States representatives in a embarras- Washington, is totally-destroyed. The new brick and the country was prosperous.The of the Government, and personally: injun.
very and wooden buildings, each lO-'J:; iiy 55: feet, recently ship Boston Commander Pc-nder- President Santa Anna.
U. S. to
On the 3d instant, at 7 A. M., struck a ledgeof sing and unenviable position. ous
erected by the Atlantic and Buffalo Rail- gast, was at Montevideo on the loth of August.! On the 10th of September the Chamber of Df.putie .
rocks\ to the leeward of Orange Key, and immediately TheQ ueen has been enjoying. in rude health, road Co., adjoining the railroad on Chicago St. voted to prorogue the session J>.r Congrea

went over; on sounding the pumps found the pleasures of her mountain residence in the are uttesly destroyed, scarcely a vestige being From the New York Sun. for such time as might be deemedecssaryt; ;|
round left. Bush's new morocco factory, a larS! c wooden HOUSE OF IlKl'RASKXTATIVES.; latest advices the Senate had
she had leak immediately wore to our not
.1: sprung a highlands Scotland. She is the up con.
now on sea, : the Constitution of the United
i building just completed, has b(0i! luted from "The House, says:; red.
when she struck again and sunk in deep water, returning: home, where she will arrive on the 9thor its substantial stone foundation, which is partially Slat??:, plnll! be composed of members cho- cur We are not certain that we have not before J.
lof' both anchors and after pumping all day, at 10th in is much Fi-n every second year by the people of the several
i'I! Itt go the possession of renewed health and destroyed, and injured.A States: and the electors of p.ich State shall! have made mention of a proposition submitted to tie

7 P. M. she went down. The top of the poop additional popularity. part of the brick dwelling on South Division the qualifications; requisite: for electors of the most Chambers by the Government early in September, J I

off Mr. Simonton, who was washed overboard street, belonging to J. B. Dubois blew down branch of the State Legislature."-Art. fV .... f,-.rcrn ",..",,,,c.l.. ..,;"...111,1... nn1v h" r1".itt..J ;.'ft J
j drifting O'Connell, whose movements are recorded witha numerous I J*t I 'J 4"J OthfltM IUIJ
down succeeded in and crushed the adjoining wood cottage belong- 1, Sec. 2. the: four following ports;t of the Republic, viz.Vera I
: t V I as the brig went reaching degree of interest not inferior to these of royalty, ing to M. W. Da}ton. The escape of Mr. Day- The shortness, of the term of ofil.ce was designedto Cruz, Santa Anna de Tamautipas, Campeachj

I : : V it, on which was Smith. They remained eight has left the Irish metropolis for his mountain ton and family was providential.( Alarmed by the brinij this body con.-tantly within the discipline and Acapulco; and allowing no foreign comaer- i
and the severity of the gale, he and las fatiiily arose, and of public opinion! and! enforce a sense of responsibility : !
days on the poop, were picked up by home. The meetings of the Repeal Associationwill ce at other ports, unless carried on in vessel benrim !
had left their beds the and to their constituencies. It i is not l'\'erynH'm-
\ien chimneys
V birque Zaida,on the 11th inst., in lat. 25 40, Ion. continue during his absence. The bearing just of the wall of the adjnimn-C ijtiikiing! fell and her Conqress' who can: secure a re-election! ; the Mexican flag, or in Mexican built ship.. :

7915.! ::;. The following persons were on board theI' O'Connell since his release, has been unusually crushed part the rooms and beds they had jut t 1,.fi.- From; what we n'ul of thc i>iocef-u'm-f the The SlWCf'OS of t the project was deemed t.ore> tluapr 't j
) >-rruMcal..
House in our article ve.-terda ItS freij-tfiit; ::-01"- >
I S., an:1: all no doubt perishedPassengers, Captain temperate. This: new system of tactics is begin The battlements on the Methodist: ch'irch' are der its beingniade! the areni of intrigue and polit- A cori'lncla of specie arrived at Vera Cruz m }

I E. J. Wood!, Capt. John Perkins, Donald down, and thestteple:; : of: the Prk: rtmivi is : .d:n eiii'-it it :lVS eviil-'it!: t'u! !l i.- ...'nerone.it! ..
I ning to tell favorably upon a large cla!!, olpersons \i- i ;iii.t-.i' I .. ..; II' : tIt: ::: ITrh ; September, beinij the filtovin.V! ; 1
Mr.L'l1li.ch'ore..d.
fall. ,
injured: and ready to I' :fh ::!':-I.uar':111 4 : : (1. l':) l I'; ; .1 _! 1)Vt(:till .
in and children Air : TZY.UHt
; i
IroL two ?.
Campbell, who
stand in a neutral position: those who i is unromed. tri An-1 rod afrs-1 '. Id t ,
upon at the Hydruilics \ is.; many out r .1 ; car'erof I
I I Frv' Mejico, . . . .$'l, ;.' .1_t.j : .r
.c ; Fitzgerald: Mr. Hew ins, Mr. Markham, Charles} have no strong feeling/ favor of or against the In several instances! small dwelling :.illod: wi.II ) '.. (; life i'' \V"u<=!unon, that: tiVnev! forward P'll.bla-:,;: ... J .i, l
wife and diild and two German inmates floated th. iUt-. their -hril : their post of honor" will n-vrr !,*, unv thing ;
t :McKinney, extreme parties. Rumors prevail that government across : : :- rriorr :'t:..i thp private !station "' Th Cti-ip.try t? P'fitl . . . .:JtlJ,! ( (J..

r :steerage: l'a 'enb'rg. Also, Captain Bedell, six meditites ths adoption of strong measuresto vainly imploring! assistance, imiujii.'i; .vt 'i l tiio 1 f'i:1 I)1' : --.x. M. C's. A fa town &''>nr-z in'ih"ri.inijx 'I f-napr-' ,. . . . .4.934') I
wild howl of the temp'st.bny: of theso: unhappy -
colored seamen, steward and boy ; the latter down the : ;.it-re are alwavsha'.f a ioze ;.t" -fit. did |
which
put machinery the
keeps repeal creatures perished before help could be i
lat of those by Mr. tii''V i i Air excellent efiairnien, ;UK.1! -v .vhrn i Tohl.. . . lt".IIf1) 5 2V
I" wril! The seen passengers } movement g'oi'1t;;. The corporation of Dublin given.The. aye ui-! :fhould! : be said in the cotvr.l :rc.- 'rfct"dir' \V(> !' ."nh" thi to j be t? *nme : with I
pf ptae
I I Simonton, four or five of them were clinging: to witnessed the other! diy the singular anomalyof Attica and BuOMo: railro.ul track, from the ; which tin Trent : rivtt 4 h fr.\ana.. 1
distance of nearly half a u.iK1 from the depot, is "On ti.-! f.her hand, there are im-m:' 'rv'oar: : :
4 the stump of the mainmast. a conservative member of that body bringing:; completely broken up. The conr-aiiy,;: f fortunately elected JM ( Vnrer-: long as thls'VchlS.. ti> <, -- In 1111 t.rfj4't ot ?he ne\v< revived by the BJJ i

-- 1 We call the attention of our readers to the j forward a motion to secure a triennial parliamentin had a car or two at the engine: : house at the hv- Tli-y ar .: '!11''rllh-nwn: of tnl Mir. c f I '. \\i ir.if; V '. nr-d of !h\'a'11! f!., wc find any r ie' ::j..", made( tim!: A

rjj- Dublin. The motion fell through technical draulics, with which they were able to send: : out of e.<[yr'iee.! Their services annt'lih: \ able'1' pfj.'rttifaziu'sr! : : : Texas, :.-,r do] \\e learnllurtr.e : 1
a
advertisement of the acentof the CROTO.Y (Mu- : their oii'-titiiejus and their I :. (" r .
'mvt
to i : co Iq.rv: :'niv l"Wh..I- :iJif- id"si't" -r -.teptwarthraiinz
_ _. rt'Ai.)) INSI'RAVO-F.: COMPANY," cf the City of i informality, but the project elicited from O'Con the from passengers the hydraulics this morning.for: two! or Tile three: cars days will ir.itil start the never Think of the representative i.oJy v"-jt.! :. .-\: td- .:: 1.JItJOII:) : : ..V' .{'d trr. the!: war. Free! 1 I

t N. York, published in another column. The Macon : : nell a speech which strongly showed the success track is repaired.But thinking" of them. be j I! the ivtir- i:4: :nt: i-.uev-.T t .j.orary,: : of SJllta. -
Nofi>er.-on can a representative who has not .
of his na, and c rr-r.tll I Jlf Can ii IZO, \vt- are roorcaatrncreC'uvn.ted ::
," )Iesener, Ga., in speaking of said Company recently adopted system throwing oil on the most deplorable ellect thegjle is the alt-lined to the the troubled destruction of life. How lives have been for citizen of the Unitedt.lh and : that! th.V. President sees the hoilesxMess *-
into the waters. OConnell'sgrand object i is, many seven years a
h\\'etaken to
We
: pains enquire
I
says:- that the efforts destroyed it is impossible: as yet to :ascertain. is at the time of his election an inhabitant! of the tit a contest with the Republic of "t *
11 particular of the organization; : of said company- for the restoration of the parlia- TWENTY-VIVE bodies of men, women and children State in which he is: chosen. Throb ci rf this Lone: Star." V

; : what safety it alTords{ the assured: and how far ment may partake more of a national and less ofa have been recovered and taken to the court provision is evidently! t\\n-folil : to pieve'i1. -if ef- ''qi7i1 -- ----- .Enlih anJF'ri.zt"t
j fect of tbieioi irolh"rct'! ?: .titr'ftitreen an
',' i the Company arc guarded from pecuniary embar- sectarian character. He has::! been tolerably house for identification by relations and friends.- : : awl to secure .1 ni'Uii.i1. 10qnaintance !. r H'r/r to &t
I I ue.weel1 the '-;w>eutttue: ,ll.j 1 oieelectors. : :'7' from Valparaiso
I a raiment, until the premiums received amount to successful since hi release in gaining: recruits The bodies of live children in one wagon have Clt'I.'VZc'/-The Pans Globe contains the follow"A -

the ranks of his just passed; our office. Sixteen persons:; men, women "In the ori. ijiai i "-Mtf ;h- .
to its relief. A l large capital has amonst opponents. np;> -'u 'j' < :>rcn- log-
.. 1 ,. a um equal and children, are missing (Wilkeson's tation much [ The "' Minii
\ difficulty oeCUTleJ. : .iah! : I -1/, been secured! to the assured > juard; against all The most prominent feature in the intelligence foundry. Two servant girls employed at Hoil's under the confederation had a? much power .tt l t1ie< frequently because it sh'w:? sentiments of mnial:

contingencies, by which the .i "ir d will have all i is that a treaty had been concluded between the hotel, "slept in the ha eIJefit. The sidewalk fell large, and they were unwilling to give it up. The esteem and friendly rivalry, took place lately be*

v, the advantages; of the old Chartered Companies, United States and the Celestial Empire, based in and t filled the room with water before they free States and the slave States also: differed as to tween veA-el of the English navy and anotitr!
could Both were drowned ; their names the principle of taking slaves into account as a baH belonging to that France, and we nirniirniltt0prove I
.Sd with the additional advantage of the mutual plan, upon the same principle a? dictated that between were Helen escape.Bynuirt, Irish, and (C.itharme Red- : i is nreprt>;wntation. But a compromise wad; : finally how easy \\ would! be to maintain or to.crm i
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- viz: That the assured participate in the profits of England and China; in which America will en- ding. Thus far the number of dead ascertained ertected. It was agreed that three. ifthi of "" nt the intercourse between the two conntn 1
the number slaves should }b added to the num- : Before to Europe, the English fii3t',
returning
said Company, and each year statement is madeof joy all the advantages which Great Britain se- i-l: nine men, ten women and thirteen children: b'-r of free' white persons, to form the basis of repretentation I the Vindieive: Capt. TOIII' Nicolas and tile French

the nett profits of said Company, and a certificate cured. This can hardly fail to be gratifying in :'J-2: in all. on condition that they were to be included brig;. time Adonis, Capr Viscount de St. Gevr; : 4
The man who kept the boat-house on the ; in that proportion, in the of the I
peninsula assessment
America. happened to be in the harbor of Valparaiso.
Every interested
.. issued to the! assured, for his proportion thereof one in the United : :
-we think his name was Giluert-with ; U. Smtes. The enumeration of the inhabitant of the conversations held between the ofmrera of in?
r wrI according to the amount of premium paid, until : States will be delighted at the result. The communication his son and a son or' the widjw Osier, were all the United States takes place every tea years, in two nations, Capt. Tour Nicolas praised to the

the premium received amount to $000,000: after between the United States and China drowned. The boathoukeeper and son about order that the ratio of representation may"be cor- skies the qualitie of his frigate,atfthe best sai' Jf

; V which the be from to will, doubtless, from this time forward be daylight attempted to :.will1: l"fOSthe: creek, but rected. The Con>titution provided that the number the British i navy according to the account of *
I .'.. : excess may applied year more down the, current. should not exceed one for every thirty thou miral Napier Himself, who boasted: of it m the
f 1 : year or semi annually thereafter, towards the redemption direct and continuous, and the success which has were swept sand. Very: great changes have taken place in tiler'sIlctIve House of Common Viscount de St. Geor
tin of this di3ls-
These arc in brief l'arth'tJ: ,11'-; : -
of the States brand
representations since the his ?
American } : also ventured to speak of the qualities of
of each certificates. From the accompanied
: stimulate
diplomacy must
year's -
adoption rf the d
Constitution. <
and
New face
Maryland
: the
ter.The on nn ironical smile appearing on
I 1, known high character of the Trustees of the the Americans to fresh energy, and, neces- loss:: of property it is impossible to estimate! : York had each six members at that time. The the En li-h officer, he politely challenged himlo

_ I.i I I Croton, our citizens have every needful. I assurance sirily;} to further achievements. but it far exceeds any occasioned by any previous form,T has now but eight', and the latter thirty- see which vexsel would first reach Europp". 'ieU!"
] ilr. \ jie"r both hound. The challenge WaS*-
gale.
they were
I that the business of aiJ Company: will bo {OJ-: Mormonism: has made considerable Never did any disaster: that h:.;> alllirlevl our :(" r .'tier the! :JIM census of 17nO$ (), the ratioas feepted, and it remained to decide svhatWt0the pc
( conducted the mot honorable progress ,;!.IJ.( In I.-:W() Jt was 47,700) ), now it i is 70S-( -) _
I ; upon principle city appeal more powerful.\ !i> t the symp itliies! of wager.
in Scotland. At a meeting of the faithfulin r i-A-rry s-tate, l be its population! what it is env' Pacific W 31
the
may months station in
and bent-von-nt. There [Ikhundreds Forty-six
The :\LJIt her is dmthM with full powers, and) the humane must I titled!
month to one member, and each terntory to ofiicefSehttes
Glasgowlat simp 500) were present, all I one had frightfully tarnished the French
destitute !
who cf llfmjc and
; .J1 are every ; : *
has entered upon the duti, p. Ins, Agency. : tPg.Lte. and therefore the English officer wno
4 < in mourning for the prophet, Joe Smith. The no time should he lojtiu ministering to their dis '. Tlie j iloine; has power to chol.-e its own officers own were, not in a very brilliant state proPsed! i

I U. S. Boat Cap.r zCIl.-We learn by a private Scotch Mormon Conference embraces IS churchcs. : tresses.:; make! its:; own rules and has: the sole right; of pair of epaulettes. The day of sailing: bavin? t-:

1V iiiipeai'hnient. it is i boun-1! to meet once every rived the Vindictive the Adonis, acdtwoAing
letter from Pensacola that ,
41 one of the boats be- .l J., in the
\'ar tirsi Monday in December! unless by anchor at the ,
can frigates weighed same
1 lon:;in:: to the U. S. ship Falmouth, was capsized 1 \ Forty Thousand 1 tli.ne Prog.-TI1l:. .cnt law a diiierent day is appointed. set sail toward Cape Horn. The national teeflHhad ,
: ; 0:1: the 25th ult., ofT Santa Rosa Island, and two Vitality of Seed.-\Ve find the following p*!1 from the Peak Teneriile, undo by ilrVise! It is required to keep and publish a journal of doubled the ardor and address of the w,,

1 ragraph in late number of the London Spectator : our Minister to Brazil, and others from the U. S. its proceeding: and! the yeas and nays must be entered crews, and they perfonned their dulY with IDfri:.
; officers and! five seamen drowned. frigite Constitution, on the ,1th of July last, i is upon it requested by one-fifth of its mem vellous precision and rapidiy The EnI1gate jl

44 Flowers are made the type of what is fading, described at length, and with} much beauty and I bers. spread all sail, and the Adonis} glided! Iik fl.
f : V Js. olution of the Jformo7i Church.-The Alton but the moralist doesnot look deep enough-the vivacity of style, in a letterr'in the Boston Atlas, Copies of this journal are printed at the public seagull over the waves'. At the expiration 0fafe.

I { < <1 Teleirraph states that a portion of the Mormons seed of the flower is forever re-produced, and as by Lieut. J. B Dale, one.of the party. Among expense and transmitted to the Executive of each hours, and while land was still[ in view, theFr0'eral!
1 we often SPO retains its vitality for ages. A pea state and territory, to each branch of the State had the distance ot se
writer brig already gained
other notable things the
I mentions a huge the
have
issued f
manifesto Church I
a
: declaring taken: from vase found in an Egyptian sarcophagus Legislature, and to each college and incorporated leagues on the "Vindictive. The captain o
in the embellished rake
cistern ric'ilv of the
1 to be dissolved on account of its rejection of RiI !;- ; a'lein! : 'i't(1'I to be 2311 I years old, has ger- American Consul from whence, garden historical Society in the Union. Other modes of Adonis thought that it was only good taste w fort
at
twilight .
; 1 I : I I don as its divinely appointed leader. The elements min.itod aid'here 1 in i ,"V irdou of Mr. Grimstone of 1 High- the music of forty; thousand tame frog, issued publishing provided-through the proceedings means of of newspapers Congress ,are and also by leave he departed a second finally time of for Cap Europe Toup he icpJa, t .eh) refoIt,
gate, nineU-ea it.
r : discord and disunion are successfully at are now pods on cultivated with care for their musical: talents distributions to the town clcrks throughout the sailed back towards the Vind1ct1veWhmajestically "as
1 The flower of t'u: white} but of De
) pea was a peculiar -
l I work in the community at Nauvoo; and it is not form. ---- country." advancing, and after hav D3.I!!
o if these: nineteen podfulls were Members from !;&J--:
are exempt arrest in all
L : j unlikely that the total dissolution of the Church cooked the The Motive Power of the Cataract cases round her, again rcsuned. 1 his"Bonvoyage voyag fe'91 houIf
i Englishman of the nineteenth: century ofj\j will be the consequence. would eat with his Iamb peas one generation .-A paragraph in Silliman's Journal, !says, during their attendance at the Sessions of Congress the brig had completely diap eared- .Ca t. the
V later than the peas that fed the Egyptians in the the motive power of the cataract of Niagara: exceeds and also:: on their way to and from Wash ulas. on his arrival in England, loWing that the

; Fight between .'[e STa. Bolts and Jones.-At days of hieroglyphics! by nearly forty fold, all the mechanicalforce in .ton. Vindictive frigate, had been nobly beateViJount

L a discussion on the Sth inst., at Henrico county of water an-1: steam: power rendered available : All bills:: for raising revenue must originate in Adonis brig, wrote a very civil letter tOf aiD'J:
Court Va. between Glorious for the Girls.-By an ancient act of in Great Jritt2r1, for the purpose of imparting I the HoiHe of Representatives, but the Senate may de St. Georges, with handsome pair craD 'of oar
House
J1 Mr. Botts and Jones, thegond old Scotch Parliament, parsed; in the motion to ficir !vnohinery, that f suffices to propose amen ments. In construction of revenue I epaulettes. The brig Adonis is a vete bailt 'IJ1

ri late Speaker of the House of Representatives, a I reign of Margaret, about 1CSS, it was; "ordinit t thrt i i'i iiuf'i"turin:I(! ; : ) .. labors' for' a large portion perform taxes hills,to we be consider intended.those Indirect only for taxation levying direct squadron. She carries 20 guns, and W3her jewi-

I quarrel ensued, and a regular: fight took place between that during ye reign of hir maist blissif Majestic, I of the world, including also f the power applied be effected by bills in either House may vears From the back.South She Sea was station condemned but th.e.rt. rt !i ty

I them, t-ays the Philadelphia Ledger. ilk maiden lyde of baith high and lowe estait 'i (for fran5-'Ttit:: r tvsvrudupf.! ? !liv stenrnboatsand! Not only the ordinary bills must be sent to the by her captain of her brilliant, qualdlUe5to r3Ci }W,

p I shall hae liberty to bespeak: yn man she likes ; al I steam cirs: .rid: tin\ ir i .ste.im! shi.n u:' war to thc President for his signature, but every order, resolution the Minister of Marine to give have

( David Root has: been convicted of robbing the beit, gif he refuse to take hir to he 'his Wit ho remotest *ea-<. Indued, it a!,...,- .irs pro'iahlc' : that or vpte requiring the concurrence of both re-constructed in the same proportion3-!

;\ Branch Bank at Madison, la., of nearly $30,000, shall be muclit in the some of an hundrit pund' .!; t ftc hwof-ruvify; ; : .'? r-jtablisii-1: l Iy the|, Creator, (louses.resolution Were not this so, a system of Legislation -rFFThFPE1tS.-AI1 :'fiJJ.
: i or less, as his estate may he, except and always ;int .;.11"1'11 i in I I'm 15 sinKic: ; .vaterfall intense by might be adopted by which the INTERESTING TO S
more
last spring, and pentenced to the penitentiary for Kifhfi can make it appear that he is betrohit toM .} and effective than 13 / Executive*( veto cc'uld be entirely evaded. paper alleges that Guano, the Dt"h\vanSXlrariOJ f
rnr-jr) necoswry to move all On the meeting of Congress the House is divided is used in
t .SXJNT$. V V I ithtr VTOBUW, tin bt shall lie f" ." j.the artificial I machinery of the habitable globe. up into 'taidins CommiWe, 9, at whose- nure muff, extensively

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ttrI.The ll recent war alarm in England MARINE New iud Fashionable Goods I Tailoring: Fall and Winter Arrangement.THE .

pnt subject of private: ring, and many WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Ly THE s-ubscnbers respectful!, U. S. Miil steamer SIREN, '

l" VoH3crvative up the presses: warmly contended thatrftbiTto ; THE his subscriber begs leave to call the attention ..41 informs the citizens of Apalacjbi- W-d will leave Apalachicola! every '

be abolished, as under the privateer's PORTOFAPALACH1COLA..Nov.: : 5. an extensive customers assortment, and of GOODS country ,merchants which he,has to ;i". cola, and its vicinity, that hiding :: i!TUESDAY and SATURDAY -

ito u erasand inhuman: atrocities had. too ;-- just received from New York, which he offers at 'entered into co-partnersniptHey! night at Itf o'clock.
'i'A ,?man) committed. Admiral Nelson, In hisj1efl1 CLEAH EO. the lowest market prices and on the most reasonable f:4: are prepared: at Mr. Gray's old Leaves: Browns Ferry every WEDNESDAYand

correpondenCe n with the Prime Minister Brig C E Platt, Rice, for Xew York, by Me- terms-among which will be fond the following 1 \ ; j stand, on Chestnut street, next SUNDAY evenings at o'clock, and Chat-

o during the last war with France, Kav Ac Hartshorne. :- \ L1 door' to the Post Office ; to exe- ahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 13

'U kland oppJ.cd.the, system. His. opinion of this Brig Cayuffa, Bedell, for St. Marks, by McKay Dry Goods. 1 cute all orders in their line of o'clock, M.
J
o dcomrniioned Y pirates IS thus gn'en- At Hartsho'rne. Cahoon Calicos, of all descriptions, : .Ltbusiness:: in a workmanlike manner VAN VEIGIITEN & SHARPLESS,
for New
:; nettW: privateers, I am decidedly of opm- Jchr.chr. Santa Southerner I'osa,, Webb, ,for Pensacola.Orleans. Crape de Laincs, ---- : and in the latest and most ol i Contractors. .

frw exceptions, they are a Cashmere de Ecose, fashionable: style, and general satisfaction war-
'1':1: that:;: with very and it would be truly Hosiery, of all descriptions, ranted to all those who may favor them with their FOR NEW YORK.-Sato to-morrow
".#.r1ce; to our country;. after this war.- ARRIVED. Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs, STRODHOFF & GRAY. .The regular packet Brig CAROLINE E.
';}nMe I never to permit one Brig W L Jones, Tyler, 20 days; fm New York, Flannels, Apron Checks, patronage. PLATT Rice, master/will sail tomorrow '
!hVhrtrnt.le robberies have been committed by A Holmes. Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1944. nov5
to Harper
Bleached and Brown Sheetings
morning for only, tow
S of the world, that it is really! a Doane 19 d fa,', passage apply I
BrigIallh.ttlan fm
1fl 1 n all ;-urN; : Xew Y(Irk. Umbrellas and Shades, Lauds in Jackson County. McKAY & HARTSHORNE. .
1 the country that tolerates: th.em.Th to Sourse, :'Ionelie ( 0. At Ke, Wet, gchr Meg- Mitts, Gloves Cuiis, &c. &c.
to
jicrace rjan sail day for New Ready Made Clothing* in Jackson county, can be obtained ---- -
''YVficerT Enslish journal takes the to next York. \VFsr.- '
The ) FOR HAVANA, via. KEY
T \' 4/h.it wo-ilcl materially reduce, in mara- Kris Paragon, Brayton, 10 days fin Providence, Over, Dress and Frock Coat, in my absence, from F R Pittman, .- ,-- The fast sailing Schr. ALLIGATOR, E.
it T L Mitchel. Cassim'r' and Satinett Pants,
to
F.s'h Marianna, and those now living
intri xvhatthev term the war party, : Smith master will meet with despatch
Schr Santa RosaVeLb fm Silk and Fancy Vests, ,
:
: New Orleans. of the
me on following parcels, are
.? iron recommended to the British Muslin and Shirts any ; for the above For
th ly all Schr Alligator, Smith, fm Manitee. Flannel Hickory requested( |to come forward and settle the rent ports. freight or passage, apply -
Ster, in ca' e of war, to communicate to Schr Southerner, Cahoon, fm Boston. Negro Pants, Jackets, &c. &c. to the master, or to
with Mr. Pittman without if wish to
delay, they
dhcr i covernment* the determination! on the part Steamrr Siren, Van Vei hton, fm Bainbrid e. Knots and Shoes. remain another B ELLISON & CO.,

of t HP En.ih not to employ privateers,and equal- --- ----- Calf, Seal and Water Proof Boots, year.Places. novf: 33 Water street. \..
(} treat any privateer as a pirate.- Calf, Kip and Russett Brograns
olvc t ,
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1 h a re i i Ilnlt' J.mJt! !Jut tll.lt! lIch a course would The subscribers are prepared Ladies' fine, col'd and black Kid Slippers, The Armstrong Plantation, REGIMENTAL ORDERS J
Tht'rp "
h"en a ,' rtci'hvthc English l Government, to make liberal advances on Cotton consigned Walking Shoes, Slaughter ---

I"I "t', been! f forced into: a Wir: with France on the i l to their friends, at Liverpool, Havre, New "cui'd and bl'k! Gaiter Boots, Whirus HEAD QUARTERS,

;I JJ?ait It t aaestiiM at issu between them. Should York or Boston. }) WOOD) & CO., Variety of Missed and Childrens' Shoes and Marshall THIRD REDGT: 1st Brigade, F. M. 7
.
': threaten to disturb the highway; of na- nov.j; _'[) Water street. Bootees. Coward :< Apalachicola, Oct. 12th, 1544. STIlL

fl'itissincerelv to be hoped that in this ae: --- --- --- ----- Hats and Caps. Holmes'Valley Companies composing the Third Regi- ,
benevolence the Fine :Moleskin und Fur Hats, John Brown First Brigade
ci'viliMtion and increasing ?, Florida Militia, comprising -
".i t : ::E Liberal advances made Hunting Hats, JAS. B. STARR
f licensed piracy will be condemned by on the Counties of Calhoun and Franklin,
(! Caps of all descriptions. .
.v5tera
: nation: and that the merchantmen may consignments of Cotton to New York, Boston or Cloths. nov5 Jt--- 4S:: Water street. vrill! :iKN:;;emblo at Apalachicola on Saturday, the

;acerv,."nitt their peaceful wa' homeward and outward, Liverpool, by S T SKILLMAN, Superior Black Cloth FOR RENT.-The two story DWELLING 16th day of November next, at 10' o'clock, A. M.

: .Iardle>,; of the iron bolt* of war, and without novO: 3:{ Water street. Cassimeresand Tweeds, : TT T HOUSE, situated on High street. fully armed and equipped a? the law directs, forReiri"iental
A
'"airing the protection of a man-of-war to save Black Satin Vestings. between the residences:: of Mr. Baltzell i : parade arid inspection. .

f'lf cr"5 and ctr..oes from th; ruthlC's priva- i The subscribers would respectfully Cutlery, &c. and Mr. Orman. The Regiment: will be formed at half-past 10 '

"'r. The suppression: of letters of manjue: would Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery. Also, the HOUSE next toV.. Patry's Bakery: o'clock on Live Oak street, in front of the dwell- ,

?lit jjr'ieral: st-'p towar.!.. the promotion of uni- that inform the citizens Apalachicola, Together with" a variety of other Goods too nu- fronting on Market street. For terms apply to jag of C. G. Holmes, the richt resting on Chestnut I

fe-d peace. Pri\'a'.ccr arc the Thugs of the they have just received the latest Parisian nerous to mention, all of which he will sell as T H & C H AUSTIN, street, displaying!: westwardly. t-

: Fashions (of E. Briere, :to rue Ste-Anne, Paris,) o\v as any other establishment; : in this! city. lIe nov3 3t .13 Water street. The commissioned; and non-commissioned officers -

fI'Jn. and are now }prepared to execute all orders in respectfully invites you to call and examine: for of each Company attached to said Regiment;

-- -:MARKiFJ- ). ----- their line of business I in the most fashionable yoursflvo, and he -atisfied that be can cil'er .. FOR UKX r.-Two small DWELLING will meet at the same place on Thursday and

style and trusts to give :jrem'r.il! satisfaction; to all such inducements: that will insure: him a share ol ,., :!"' HOUSES: fronting on Columbus street, Friday preceding the Regimental review at 10
,,! rnhi-. ":> FIi'ir'1iv, 2 flit int.; by the '1I ;f
1'1 who may favor them nith tiioir patronage. your patronage. ;"01'. II t icar the residence of Capt. Elhison.Posession o'clock, A. M., to be drilled and taught the tactics -
WILLIAM"SYDXEY FRANCIS KOPMAN -
l'\ !Pro ( .tirIi filMSEN, STKODIlol'F & GRAY, Old stand Baltzt>ll's Buildings., ,:ivon immediately, for particulars: under the supervision of the Brigade Inspec ,

\i ,i A.Mlaehicoh, Fla.: to Miss HK j J ( UNIA Chestnut st., next doi.r to the Post Olficc. Ap
1: .1.!i ,Iat'r': ( 'harlfa Knurrs 1 ls'i., (I this city. November oth; 1>11. nO3t; nov.U; : 43Yat r st., up stairs. tor.The officers commanding Companies will immediately 't

:_ !-=-:-- -. :: :-- --- --- ---- -- - --- ---- -- ------ CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE --- --- after the Company musters on the 1' t1
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:::- -' "- FUR RENT.-The STORE! HOUSE
:;"" .
A Card.
DIED. COMPANY, fourth Saturday in October, make returns of the .
5' Commerce
i1Til fronting on near Chestnut st.,
I)III Ih" 3-i I in-t. in this p!;.ce :Miss BRIDGETr.lXV ; 07s' C.V.. 'VOH DIN tenders his thanksto of tIle City of ..1V1l'urk.. _r r.L!: occupied last season by Geo. Brown. stiength! and equipments of their said companies r' 'I

; : ;ar'-.l! i l'outJJ years a native Irel.mdr ,. the citizens of palachicola and the up.coun- Trustees: : Possession given immediately. For terms, &c., to the Adjutant of the Regiment, at least; two
Qrh partirulary Marianna,) for favors and James Harper: Abraham Van Xest C'H weeks previous to the Regimental: muster on the 1 I
';',-ntly; tnun X f ''' YorlA \:. try ( past apply tu T II & AUSTIN, ,
r- respectfully j : solicits a continuance the. ensuing John B Lasala, Silas i JNI Crandall, r.ov.; 3t 43 Water st., up stairs.r&ti1away 16th November next. l -)
John J Boyd \Villiam B Cozzens The law will be strictly enforced all
.*. TinHOTELS.. season, at the firm of FITc & WonmN.K ---- against l. 1
innvALs: T Edward Richardson Charles L Vose
$- See advertisement.; Negro. delinquents. By order of \ ,
)1.\ I'\ It&1..zE.L Apalachicola Oct. 15th Ict 1 11. o"29 3t James Phdleri, Joseph B X ones, :1k COMMITTED: : to jail on the 2d instant, R. J. FLOYD, Colonel iII
''uddirtl L Millikin.. \\" J Tuy'.or'! II 1)riirtis. ) John J HerrirJohn; F Butterworth,
; ; a negro slave :as a runaway, aged about *:* i WM. H. 1it;(.1U:''', ) ,
John 1 t'Tllln l 1 1 1J0ward 1 S C De \muel5her\Vood f'
ii d:1!:. i B ann La\lady raflee, J L P..trber., S T =--killman1 JERCMIAII: 1>.\\ DANIEL J. DAY. George S.imucl A Ijtiwrehce Kay, Zadock: Pratt, c year says ]that he belongs to T:. Vells, ofJackson Adjutant 3d Reg't, F. }t. I

; aid 11t'd' Teeodore : coimty. Said negro lias a scar Apalachicola, Oct. 12, 1S- ..J. ol4 1m ( J ,"
\ ,,' C11if, n FIure. lady i"t'r\\nt j. Dar: A Co.. Meyer: Herman D Gould, {
1"I: "". I .'. clul.l! aad i"l'f\'aut." A,1 it" 'aud : William P Furniss, Joseph S. Smith, over the riht:; elbow; a scar on the right thigh; : All forbid
COMMSSiN :M E It C IT ANTS are oc-
i\". \1 Mvr T I Hal..e. P Habt'Y, l ,:pt nH John T Gilclirkt, Elias T Aldrich., below the hip! ; scar over and in the corner of the TAKEOTIC persons ff.
I k ; II".1 VtiIaA) Cai1t Hrayton, C mith and Xo. 32 Water atiet't, Loring Andrews, Lawrence Hill!, right eye ; i is 5 feet 3; inches high, and says that in the City of Apalachicola; f".. .
Monahan his i is "SA I." or ground in its vicinity, belonging! to the "APA- \
d.. nov) Apalaohicola, Fla. Cyrus Chenery, Thomas name Any person owning said "
CITIWTF.T.,. George; 'Vhttakrr"jlham, II Townsend, negro, will please come fcrward, prove property, LACHICOLA LAND COMPANY, without .r '

> M 1 X l'kt'ron, Jos Hull, IV.. MO.=PS, Capt 9. B. WOOd & Co., Janis: H SaycLun, Amos Noyes, pay charges and take him away, or he will be permission.Any .
George Palen, John Breasted, occupying said: lots or ground J :
j idvT. hru Ltwmu'c Gowlaud| JV Babcock GENERAL I\IOX: : : MrjCIANTS? dwelt with according to law. person
1; l\Vhitiur-h; : Wm Babcock, Wilson, E B Willsam B-irgovne, Leonard Appleby. C./J. SHEPARD Sheriff; without permission, are hereby notified, that the V j I
No. 2J) \\TakHtr, '- -Uri ?uirs.no"i SAMUEL: A LAWRENCE, President. subscriber is authorized for the sale of the same,
\r tl..rl' .y.: _ of Franklin County.
JOSEPH B NONES Vice Pre ident.LEWIS I
--- =
-- ; A tlaciiicola. Fla. do forward ,
not
". -- -- -- -- -- ; : and if they come ; necessary steps
--- 5th
-'-- Nov. jfl
l 4t.
Apalachicola > Gmupf
BENTON.
_. _. Secretary.
P.\ E'EH -- ---- (' \\ill be taken to protect the rights of the Com.: :
lady 2 ][if hac1 A. flyers, \.PT SAM'L CANDLEU Marine Inspector. 0-PARTNERSHIP. WORDIN, having l
.tlhatt.t:1llir.t1Ilmn
T'Dt hfi:; ) : ., t" \VILLL"I LL Fire Surveyor.THE C pany.
,1, ,.j j ..n .1'1.1. ,,'n..ant. 11 F _"",'Ir::e, I Ittlv.; 1-. child fnd AUCTIONEEll: A:\J I TOMMI.S10NNo. : associated himself with J. L. FITCH in All persons: arc also, notified not to trespass ::

t\1'1'. ., I\"';1111 \ilI4t1i: lade I '111:1 l'r'lIt.: I!. -\. \V\- \lEl1ANi'4}: subscriber! : AGENT for the above Com the Watch and Jewelry business, and under the upon the lands by cutting Live Oak, Cedar, other ::

".. I :'d j.!' '1rs1ird: dis M Hun' l\Ir3 is receive name and style of FITCH & WORDIN," respectfully timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN, Agtnl .
'. .".. \.,,.' ,: .I' .1 1.:t i.'i'P, Iloci .1. <-orrie< :c F -j Water street, now prepared to applicationsfor .. informs their friends: and the public, JlpaPa Land Co.,
:Marine Inland and Fire risks
; T i !'U-: >rp M Ih!-..\'. M A 'vvr Ap'i! hirola Fla. transportation ,
.- ; 4. r; ,
._ and to issue reasonable that they will on or about the 1st of Novambsr oct" 1m for Apafn and its vicinity.IVew .
p. t.,:, r.'s"; \Vatq -- -- ---- policies on terms.
:
"
., .. j. \. .I,.:: *'",, H tJ":)'! : U1 .UIU' T Huchv 1. C. Alton.Wh'MP STEPHEN T. SKILLMAN: next open their stock of- Goods :

: I e a'nl l Hctail f I-.al'r I in 33 Water street. WATCHES. JEWELRY AND subscriber has just received per brig

;, t.. ':vr"- ,.. u..: .' ". *V uuiar.-'i' i". .ilieli- J)KU<-tS. .vJKOICiXKS:[ PAINTS, OILS, Apila<*hicola, Nov. 1**, l' -ll. nov5 Gm :81.. C3'TI" c < XXi THE E. Platt, a fresh and fashionable assortment -
: i.) ',-.. -til.-t -- i-, ', '. < of-'jl c.>:, :: rjji'- ta.\-:':::. Hd Lf1ES! .\c., &c. :J
alI :- PIECES of superior! Kentucky Baling: F' J._. Consisting ol Gold and Silver of FALL and WINTER GOODS, consisting t ,
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:I .; 1' r :!: ;. ." "'L' 1 !' ..' .-1 .::-'u.i.rii 11.(111I11Cll ofBOOK'S ? J 0 jut received Iron New Orleans.lor ff:'l'j: Watches, Keys, Chains, Broaches, in part, as follows :- '1 '

S : : 1 I' 'f'''; .; ': .; ,' I t VH A : : iiLMS STATIONARY: : ., &c. Sdle by B ELLISON & CO., Saeiii xJ;;; SdRings, Spectacles, Pencils, Studs, Gents Calf skin Boots ; Do extra fine. ;

...,. 1. L"" 1t, .> ;.1 i .'\nJ i. C i i.j iWeti cor <-f (>!Jtrt' .Jc (.'omuiprc1- streets, no\"o 33 Water sireet. Sleeve and Collar Button, Head Ornaments, Do. Calf sewed water-proof do.; '

\\-. ;: 'I.I ,-riy:; .,'1 K -.v.. .' 1 H .>f. H n'"';; 1tIlchieola.; FI Ia. --- Lockets,Mi i-i iture-Cases, Bracelets, Music-Box: s, Do. do pegged do do. ;

.. :. ll'i :- N' *"* ;. ; Tailoring; !u itat>li ; : .
,I'r"t, ;: 1. Ju" -- -..
:,.:/,-. do.!>!Ia u'. ..., :li 5* T i'w4"'m ::. I. .:-,, I,.-..", .i-i. : .:\l.,I'...."I-M i I.1......-..!\.J JI.tr FTy! A. : IJScS itBSoii, 1 York, with .I splendid stock of Cloths, Cas- Sr.ulFand Tobacco! Boxes, Violin Strings, &c. Do. calf sewed Ions quartered Shoes>> ;

i 1 I.', '! C F il-1-t : 1OMrr: -' : V *\ ERCIIANI( :, sitneu's, N'estiii,: &,c., of the must fashionable JOHN 1... FITCH I, Do. Morocco and seal skin Slippers;

.J-r--i I :IT -j: X" i. ;:'! > : ) ,
'\'. ,,;I; r i3-.iiit. r4.Jt A Rohino'1. jr. most fashionable manner: ;and at such prices that Apalachicola: 19th, 15-J 1.L:3r. I. ) tinted lawn Bonnetts ; t

i....--s Tn"*- T, ''Iiwtt l, \ (" Wa5. <*r. Jas t nrw.j \r; ii! ichi"ola4. Fia. will uives-itisfi'.rt, ion to his; cI14mer The business (: N. B.-Particular attention paid to repairing Do white lace Neapolitan do;
Finor! : diid MT* .-'1. Ti<>*" Pri-**OO, :6 T Skiiiman, ------ -- --- -- --- -- -- ---- will he under: the entire management of WATCHES CLOCKS and JEWELRY Infants: Caps; Kid gloves, &c., &c. '

'., IT HfhivVsoa! I! >wi.'y. i'h"' sj \\"ligon, E 55isr; :cr (& uiolflies, WM. C. LAWRENCE, who i is well known as a by For sale cheap byep30 ,. : J i'I
C. W. Wordin-all work warranted. o9 tf
I,10 b rti'. 1).\\1\.- r J ,hitpoa, Wt'ube.H COMMISSION: En IL\ ; Tf person that is fully competent to suit the taste of ? FRANCIS KOPMAN. .d

-- --- -- "- ------- -------- ..w.v. the! most fastidious, from his long experience i in TIERFU.MAUY....... FANCY. ARTICLEfcr.. ..,_ v1 I'
-- -- ..\ ,)i U ater street, ----- --- ------- -- OAKUM&c.-Justreceived .
. tins business. I shall continue to a first .L Water T)AINTS, OILS,
t ILCIU.lT: : :i : OF i PltOtCE.! ; keep I Superior Cologne ;
reov'i; Apalachicola, Fla. _!_ Caroline E. Platt.
. T II & C rate assortment: of Goods for Garments, together 44 Lavender do. per brig
p..r !'amer :-i. ,nbale: cotton to with an assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, I Orange do. 5'') kegs Pure and No. 1, White Lead ; ; -

I Air?in. S1iiiei T. SIilhll.ill, Shirts, Stocks, &c., to fit out a gentleman's wardrobe : Bay do. 200 gals best Lamp Oil ; t. .
II iC 0 M M I S .S 1 lOX MERCHANT, 200 "do boiled Linseod Oil ;
I IMPOltTS. and shall use every exertion to give satisfaction Essential! Oils, of all kinds= ;
Per bn? H L .T tl.t is-1)- bars iron. :5-*) pc? w,2' also, that will make: it an inducement for those Balnrof Columbia ; Hair Dye; 10 bales: Uakum, for sale low brep30 k

; <: !. : \\jl;I !p\2* Hto Harper A: Holmes; 3 B Igdit for the favoring me with their custom to continue to Tooth Brushes, assorted ; ? \V A WOOD, 23 Water st. J-j _

I. ivKdiu'ui-on I:' :; (:Lorkfidrt'0: :"t \:VvlilcK"nzie 5r Y''ufic; 7 J; F 1V Farnor A & CROTON (MUTUAL) IXS1JJL\ N C E CO., do so. R. STEENBERGH.Apalachioolii. Hair do do. OUGARS.-10 hhds Porto Rico and St. Croix '. ,

I 2rt..i: n\ '-i-i: \' !i.trh.i: lIt> \\.. G Porter A: Co; 2fivtvtTr of the City of...\ CID York. Oct. 21, IS II. Clnth Brushes; Combs: ; O Sugars, for sale by Ii _

:> 2 Hi'l, 1 iKiwsnji) V-: Cn.PrwhrSinta No. 33 Water street-Up stairs. OSUEN BUTTER-A few firkins, of supe- Playing Cards, French and American. sepSO W A WOOD, 23 Water st-
; al.t-H)') p"s bassrin?, 05 coils: Also: a variety of Fancy Articles, Soaps, &c., .
{(lilt; 4o hill tlour, CO bbls whiskey to McKavHansiionit. & novo; Apalachicola, Fla. vJT rior quality, for sale byNOURSE STONE & Co. just received, and for sale at TRIME PORK.-12 bbla. prime Pork,just received _

: .'; :}<) pcs basins: ;:, 40) coil rope, J CMaclay JOHN JONES' J_ and for sale LvDODGE
e ; 3; Lockhart A; Young; 3 catka bacon, Geo. S. ISi\vkitrs, oct2G 46 Water st. Hair Dressing Saloon, & GARDNER, '_-

e Harjvr \ 110hnes.II ATTORNEY &. COUNSELLOR:; AT LAW, PRACH BRANDY-14 bbls Old Peach octlO :3m Cantro, near Commerce. street. auglO .to Wr st.
Per fcchr 5fouiln'rn btairs and small! lot of Old Monongahda
a
. "II 1! Au-iin; 69! Wyhe McK-im '. (i H .Smith; t OJfictt"p: 1X T. I. G. PORTER'& CO., offer for sale a large JCO-PARTNERSHIP. ( _

e hH;;'. l 1)) (\\"-.,1'1 \: (" s W \ vI': C Kdin; 2u Win G Porter & Co; 13crr.r. Fla. NO USE, STONE & Co. ofCloths '
. novo> Apalachicola, oct20 j .1'(; Water st. consisting :- is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
: :. MrK'Mixie 7THmctui -- .- - -- ------ Cassirneres, and Kerseys; business of the firm will be attended to by C. C. I 1
f P !bnr o1-1 :
Para Wylu-A
: r .Viitcin'lj'220 ordr. ; ..\.. G. .SATTORNEY S.LT1,25.1! sacks, just re- Satinets, Flannels and Blankets; Yonge, who will continue to practice itt the IIi
: % 21 I T L : LIVERPOOL
o. Pet \I.mHHau-ij; ; jar iron, R:1jk\ smizc AT L.\ W.cz brU Lawrence Copeland, oud for Foician and Domestic Prints; Courts of \\'altonVashington, Jackson, Calhoun _

L'... to \V\'he \ McK. n/.ie; IDW\ ft Imnbf, fH Simmon's sale by RAYMOND & 1IARDIN, Brown Drillings and'Irish Linens; and Franklin counties, Fla., and in Henry, Dale _
e (i' JS: tadzf.'Xmue, f=ton V Co; 230() \\ Ellison ;- O.lltl'e:1. 2 Capt. Building, oct2G :33 Water st.THE Bleached and unbleached Sheeting ; and Coffee counties, Ala., and in the Court of I

i *>; G ftv") V Wood!; 14 J C Allen: 9 B :S IIH\v- cor. of Centre &. Commerce streets.Apalacliicola Shirtings ; Appeals, Tallahassee.Mr. .

n ,*l; 2*) i'i.-iuii vC :Maciay: 113 P Hobart; 11 no"o Fla. subscribers: arc receiving their fall stock Cotton Osnaburgs I ; TAYLOR, ha* located himself irt Abbe- '

1 r '11'1.etiA: ('olner, \- 1V (r Porter !\: Co: 7 D U Groceries consisting of And every other article in their lire adaptedto \'ilIela.., and will practice in all the Courts of

e \\"ood.\: Co 1 T H *c C H Aus-tin; 22 :Miller Cf. K. ",rood, Java and Rio Coffee, :Mackrel, Cheese, the country trade. dec yON that Circuit, and the adjoining counties in Florida!

g ': II.39rIurd; 7 II It Taylor; I Kimbroti-li! AJUdeway I AUCTIONEER.Corner St. Croix Loaf Sugar, Codfish, Segars, .. ___ ___. __ _n____ C. C. YONGE, _
: ; 3: M P Kilt?; 2 Ilurkliart: : \ Young; 2 I A first rat 'article, of Brandy and Gin. India and Gunny
CpNSIGNMENT .
JOHN B. TAYLOR.
ri McKiy'v Harp'-r & Hohii.-; I C of Ifatcr and Centre .streets.
Hartshorm-
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rA 'J 437: : mdz taken that Also-Negro Shoes and Blankets, Gunny Bagging ag ing; Manilla and Kentucky Rope, daily Oct. 13, IS 14. go2G 1m j
Mg tfs: 1V Craiun; 127: !bars iron, j pIt:;;; err-: The subscriber having very pro- All of which will be Apalachicola, -
Av-ry A- Ton"?; 1G7 S chiff-r: -1') Roberts, Alai min tI \ LU; *;H order. is prepared to attend faithfully and promptly to any sold low. WYLIE & McKENZIE, low by JAS F FARRIOR, DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.- -
r- bn-jncss intrusted to his care. novoTpOR oct2G -12 Water st. sep30 33 Water st. of CHESTER, FARRIOR & .1

i is this dissolved by mutual con )
McGRIFF
i- EXI'HIITS.: -- ---- day
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S.\LE LOW from the Wharf:- COFFEE, FLOUR, &c.-Received OILS, GLASS, &c. M. Farrior is
a Ni-\V l OiJLKANS l: -Per pchr Southerner SUGARS PAINTS sent of the parties. Hugh duly:
w 11,LII.. (" .HII. '1IH1 :sti t 4i.,:.:sin/.t>. -L lo'J>' [bbl Potatoes; W do Onions ; Cayuga. from New York- kegs White Lead; authonzed to settle all the unfinished business of 5

.h \ : W i. ,\\ \-Pt:1 hri; C K PUtt-410 bales 75 do Lime ; 21 do Apples ; 5 hhds P Rand St Croix Sugars, 5 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 do Lamp; said Grin. WILLIAM CHESTER- _

a! (') ton, 210 tticlvs: cellar ;0 pkjj! iiidze.ie I KH<) bunches Onions, by 10 bags best Rio Coffee: 75 boxs Glass-assorted sizes; HUGH M. FARRIOR, k4ulEPILALY

i' ......_-_- T L MITCHEL, i>0) bbls superfine Flour, 100 lbs Verdegris; Paint Brushes; McGRIFF. I _
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;rr-f- 1'X1'ENsiT ASSORTMENT OF NEW i ie nov5; 37 Water street. 10 hf do do do, Copel Varnish, Litherage, Red Lead, &c., &c. Apalachicola, Oct. 15th, 154i. o9 In 1 _
10 boxes Goshea Cheese, Just received, and for sale by
Jlas L:4: GOODS !-At Wholesale and Iletair.-The I31Jr4sN0tllernF1ourjust1andinO do Butter. INSPECTOR.The 1 ___
inn 10 kegs B. S. HAWLEY, T UMBER undersigned
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-lbSCflbers are jut receiving, a large and general 1UU and for sale by be sold low for Cash, by of _
] GOODS from Bri? Manhatten, All of which will jcl cor. Chestnut' Commerce steet,. Jj having been appointed Inspector Lumber
; *(rtment of FALL and WINTER & CO. WM. A. WOOD, Franklin offers
3: B. ELLISON for the County of his services to _
Cun
:if t. isistiuz offamily -- novfi 33 Water street. oct2' 23 Water st. GLASS.-20 boxes S by 10 Penn the public in that capacity and will attend to all _
WINDOW
c- Groceries, of all kinds; Window Glass, a superior article. duties appertaining to said appointment.

he. Woodware, Tinware and Hardware ; BBLS St. Croix Suar; ; GIN--One pipe Holland Gin, For sale very low, byJ ():1- Office corner Commerce and Forbes street. f' -

he Boots and Shoes, Hats; 75 50 do Rio Coffee; id sacks do ; HOLLAND just received by STEVENSON & CO., JOHN LUCAS. :

nt Domestic Prints, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vest ings, 2;) sacks Java CoHcl' ; 20 boxs Cheese ; DODGE & GARDNER, octS 45; Water street.NOTICE. Apalachicola, Oct. 15, 15-14. o9 tf

ifor ail: every description: of Staple and Fancy Goods, lot coils Kentucky Hope ; sep30 .10 Water st.SOAP _

eianded in this: market. 30 pieces India Uastfinj ( .-All persons are hereby cautioned L. "V. Spratf ( }
20'rA. :;; boxes
Ii ELLISON & CO., JO firkins Goshen Butter. &, CAr\'DLES.-lO Soap ; trading for a note of hand, drawn by ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR::: AT LAW. 'L

eSt nor5 33 Water street. Just received and for sale low, hyELLISON do Sperm Candles, for sale by me and made payable on the 1st of June, 1813, T1TILL: for the future reside in this city. All T! _
DODGE & GARDNER, V \ who have committed legal business to hw 5
for hundred dollars.
Gorrif
eJ.er fc & CO., to Mrs. one ($100)
. NOTICE.-SiX weeks after date, I shall apply nov5 33 Waterstreet. sep30 40) Water st. The note, is dated on or about the 1st October, care while a resident of Quincy will ,continue will! please address .
him at this place He a regular -
W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the of 1 lb-J2 and as the consideration for which said t _
bushs Coarse Salt a superior ; attendance the courts of Jackson and
county Court of Franklin county, for letters of CONS IGNI E N T-150( pieces Kentucky SALT -1,200 note was given having failed, I will not pay the Gadsdcncounties upon and the Court of AppeaLs at
ON lot received on consignment.For ... :
nistration Churchill 150 coils Bale Also, a just
; on the estate of David D. Baling; ; Rope. same, unless compelled by law. Tallahassee.: ; -
11' k of said deceased. Hams cured in Georgia for sale by sale by AUSTIN. :
Of county, of choice RAYMOND & HARDIN, EDMUND Office over \V. WoodVNo.23 Water etrcet. _
BENJAMIN ELLISON. McKAY & FURTSAORNE, :;Water st.' Apalachicola Oct. It*, 1St L "M :3 f Irhi'oh.Jan.! 141. -
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PROSPECTUS OF THE: JOSEPH SCHROTD, UNITED *
: STATES
LEGAL NOTICES. ADmmSTKATOR'S NOTICES

1';:1'' --- ,-- GE'1IlGIiSEN1'INEL.. No. 44 Water, near Chestnut fit TYPE STEREOTYPE E FOUNL)**

I : T.oTICE.-Six after & r Cor. Ann & Nassau streets New r
tf. IFranUliii Superior Court.AT weeks dale 1 will apply York.
: CHAMBERS IN to the Hon. Richard H. Long, Judge of the AN Evening Paper, to be published in the City THE nnders
.
.i .', Robert J. Floyd, coiap't., County Court of Jackson: County, for Letters of Savannah, Ga., devoted to Politics, Com- inform the offptfwSWS

,t I j vsJ Administration on the estate of William H. L. merce, Agriculture and General Intelligence.The TYPE t: STEREOTYPE jSA

,r Curtis and Grim-old, et al, IN ; HANCERY. Ruts, late of said county, deceased. beautiful increasing; importance facilities of enjoyed our flourishingand in the PATE1ft' DRY, formerly known as: It,JUN.
city-the
i defendants. WILLIAMS D. DICKSON. transmission of the mails and the absense of an COWNER'S" and more recently: '

T appearing to the Court rom !davit filed in Marianna Oct. 8, Is44._ oil 6w Evening Paper in Savannah--all conspire to render! SIX BARREL..SELF-RETOLD ( ... ..CO."NER &. Coos's,"and the p sb.It

It r'r ,i I this caujf, that said Lewis Ct .is and George months after date I will apply the proposed publication at least expedient, if notWhilst VING AND REPEATING he in general, that they are prepared Iii
,
Land NOTICE-Six flViOLS.DEALER orders for PRINTING TYPE PRESSESetllt
1. Griswold, trustees: of the Akra.chicola of the County Court for neenrv '
C :iv-ny: ald: said Join: :M. Berrien and David Franklin Jude of dismission, on the the Paper will bear principally a commercial in Fancy Hardware, Fine Cutlery, and every other article necessary to form .,

.I I S.Idea: who are defendants t : in aid cause, reside County, for letters late of said county: deceased. character we shall endeavor to make it &c., consisting in part of plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable
estate of John: Norton
of '
u h beyond the limits of this: Territory, to wit : the GREEN, Adm'r. useful and: interesting? to all classes the community Fine Pen &, Pocket Knives: and Scissors; terms, and of as good a quality as any other
JAMES of truth
said Curtis aid Griswold, in the state of New by rendering" ita disseminator -an Razors and Chapman's Razor tablishment in the United States. ***
17,1844. a20 '>m of vice.", In Strops;
of virtue pur
Apalachicola, April advocate -and censor
I York: arid the said Berrien and :Selden in the the determined the following Elegant Port Folios, for ladies ; The Type cast at this Establishment is both t

state of G or.ia. It i is ordered, that a notice be O't'ICE-Six months after date I shall apply' suing will comprise plan the leading departments upon the Paper Steel Pens and Pen Holders? in style of face, and the material of wh'ich it i'I

t published! once .1 we:'!< for the st'.1ceoffour months N to the Hon. Judge of the County Court of which we hope will carry the cheerfulness of. Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pen; made, particularly adapted for service in Ne'AI-" "

I in: the "Comaerciai! Advertiser: ," a newspaper Jackson county for letters of dismission from the knowledge and the light of truth wherever it us Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks ; paper Printing.fjf .

I printed ia t.ns: district, before the ensuing term i administration on the estate of Sampson: Pope, received.POUTIPS. Patent I Inkstands; Fine Letter Paper; >: All kinds of Stereotyping" finished too ff era 't 1

of sail Court, requiring: said: defendants, and each : late of said county deceased. .-We shall Sll-tain the creat Republican Fine Gold and Silver Pencil: ; N. B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the shot ]

\ of them, to appear! aId ;answer, otherwise thecomplainants SARAH H. POPE, Adm'! doctrines! embraced in the' Virginia as-maintained and Ken- Genuine German Cologne, and fine Per- three times, previous: to November next, win k! I

t bill will be taken pro confesso: Jackson County, July *i, 1844. a1'rl t-icUcy' evolutions of 179S- 99, Calhoiw and by fumes for Handkerchiefs, &.c. entitled to pay in type, on making a bill off j
Havne !
,
.Iefrer on, Madison, Troop, ,
them -teste. times the amount of the three .! !
a co
a'licut ( y ) of State Htghts-and Bear's Oils : Toilette Mirrors;
month after d 1
TICE.-SiX the, win 'i oth.r'it-ttngnisheddvocates::
f GD. r." BAL PZELL, Clerk. N aji ) recently, the Democratic Convention Fine Cloths, Hair and Tooth Brushes; JAMES: CONNER & cps, i
to the HI);'). W. G. M. Davis, Judge: ; of the more set forth by .
'. May 3'th, b lJ. lei 4in New York, June 1st, IS-i t. jes'j r
, I Ap31aC 3. : County Court of Franklin; county, for letters of at Baltimore" in May l.1st-as forming! D 'I.s..in}: and Fine Tooth Combs; m

Franklin Sapcrijr Court. dismission from the estate of Tho.lI. Thompson.H. what w" conceive i he the fundamental principlesof Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders; WARM! l SPHINCSTMERIWETHKR ; -- 1
Goverment having for our motto
Thus
:j\\ .P. B. STONE Adtniniatr.rtnr.Apalachicola o-ir! Morocco Pocket Books ; Tweezers;
J ,
AT CH.\\ldt.lb.
Trade Low Duties No Debt-Separation 1
Free COUNTY
i Ladies'Fine Feather Fans ,
k May: l 10 1S4-1. mvlft fin ; GEORGIA 1
t Robert Iacomit.., Econonl-Hetre'nchmt"nt-an" I a
tt from Feather Dusters Key Rings J THE PROPRIETORS of this wah'rln i t
; ;
vs. IN CHANCERY.from rICE.-All persons having claims:: against strict adherence! to the Constitution, and placing Violin and Violin Strings gajii: Place, have been induced to S !
} open the
;
NO the broad bias of the latter, we can invoke t
t Curtis and Griswold, et al., ollr?tITllpon
G defendant Isaac Jackson, late of Jackson: County, deceased alike the fidelity of the "Unionist and the Sewing & Knitting Needles, & ., &c. .MilALHousie! for the accommodation of invalid J 1
;
filed are required to present: the same duly authenticated zealot' th."Nnlih'er"in! maintaining: inviolate Also, a good supply of single and double bar- and others, much earlier this season than: usual!
affidavit
s.; IT appearing 1 1n to the Court and to the subscribers: within the tim its compromises,' .., whereby alone our civil and religions reled GUNS, RIFLES, & ., all ol which he in consequence of the many applications that have;

this caue, that said Lewis Curtis prescribed by law, or this notice will b* plead in |ibTtieae.tnbe secured to us, and the blessing offers cheap for Cash. been made f for Board from different parts o f the

r1 \ Geur;e GrisvvolJ, trustees of tale Apalachicola bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to of o-ir "lorio-js Union perpetuated. Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1814. o7 tf country, bv those laboring under varit.usdi

'J \ LnJ Cu-nptly': and said John M. Berrien and said estate are requested to make immediate set- Our object being to assist in :sustaining the greatprinciples such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c all of whiP h
I
David SelJen, who are defendjuiH in said cause, of Constitutional Liberty, and in drawing 'uPoriis ]
tlement. HENRY JACKSON, ) ;: readily yield to the" virtue of the" water. \Veh
reside the limits ,this Territory, to wit : I' Aden rs' minds from worship of their fellows, to ;\ j
beyond: rn n's
t S I 1'EPHEN JACKSJX, J (Ctf-;; TF.R1\B-l. on Delivery. .00 heretofore held nut more inducn,ents to ptrsoru
the slid Curtis: : and: Gruwold, in the; state of New Jackson Cou-ity Oct. 26, 1S-U. v2G 2m an acquaintance' with the" nature of their goyerm \Fall and IVinttr Fashions just rcrtivtd. seeking pleasure, to visit thee Springs, than
Yorlc: ; a'id: the said Berrien ald: Selde.i, in the 'nt, our columns shall be" open to the discussionof to
THE subscriber respectfully those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid
-- --- ---- of In )
naturr.
all general \\
political questions' a tsay
ordered that notice beE
of :
It a
state Georgia. is Tax Notice I IIN no CIM, howl"vt'rwill the dignity of the press: be dmi informs the Citizens of Apalachicola come and come early It you i\i-- htohc
for of four months
tae!
E: publUhiJdoDce a week s.uce" conformity with an: Ordnance: passed: hy yielded, by permitting it to become the vehicle of and its vicinity, that he has benefited. These Springs have; pn-ved a orfjin i 1

}: \\1 ',' in the "Comrn rciJl Advertise, a newspaper () Mayor and Council of the City of Apalachicola scurrility or vulgar! personal abuse removed his TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT cure in all casts of Rheiin ats. m, Dyspep, &.. 1

.1 printed in: this district, before the ensuing: term March 2M, IS 14, entitled! "An Ordinance Believing nominees of the Baltimore Convention to the new and in no instance have invalids t fa lid to be I>t>ne.
j ;::4 of said Court, re 1 juiring said defend Its and each JAMES K. POLK and GEORBE :M DALLAS, ,
to raise a Revenue for the use of said City." : : building of Capt. Simmons, corner fifed who have visited them, for the proof cf
of them to aid answer: otherwise:: thecomplainants ditch i the duties of Pren-i :
a.vear I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this fully competent to ire of Centre and Commerce street, which, we ran refer to innumerable>rtifiratt'lome
.J, will Ke cf the United States, we
bill take conftsso: dent and Vice Prendent
t : pro day levied upon, and will on the loth; day of December :: their election by all and i is now prepared on reJsnny : from the most- respectable gentleureniiithe;
: I a'ainst t.ien. (:a Coy-teste; ) shall endeavor to promote ,
next, at II o'clock, A. M., in front ol the hn'lnrthlt' able t terms-to execute all orders State.
BALi'ZELL Clerk.111t rIIeansCoMMERCIAT.Under
GiOJ. Apalachicola Exchange, (proceed to sell at public (his head will be found the .- in his line of business, in the latest To those in pursuit nf pleasure.. we will jay tfcii
; Is 14. 4m
30th. jet
Apahehieoh; : May outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the following latest htatem"nts: of the various markets for ourt and most\ fashionable styles, and warranted to fit. much, that we intend to offer! ir.ducen enKnYiirhto (::

I Franklin Superior Court.AT described: property, as will bring double .- til l" ,>r-) 1 ictioa-i, both' Foreign i and Domestic- N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to. make the: Warm Spring the Saratrtra cftfce

CHAMBER the amount annexed, together with all costs and together with a carefully corrected Weekly Ke- JAS. C. COLEMAN. ollt"V" intend to keep a hrttr HOJ-e thallwct''erhavekepfand
,
,
) I' t' Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't.xvs. ) charges of sale view AGRICYTIrrRVhatever of our own market. be deemed of interest Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 15.14. ._ ._____ o7 tf it i iV did thtwf'/.nralI/ ,
may i
y : .. BlnckS.' Lilts. To11111 ..l"r .1 '. to those engaged in Agricultural parsuits' BEacksmithing &c. kept a very good one.) Our Feds are all entre1r: ;
1 DJj \tcDv1JJ.1d, Calhoun t 3J J shall have due attention, and no pains will be new ; our houses have all been repaired, and tie 1
( T Bennett .. . THE subscriber respectfully informs and beautiful
r. and iias, trustees of the D'2 4 A ?? uC2 spared to makt' our pAper uUeresnngtutheFdrmer, whole place preterits a new appear
I a Fran ale Land and Apalachicola 15 } in comparison to WhiCh, all other trades and professions the citizens of Apalachicolaand ance. The temperature of the atmos her H: 1 fine,

Lit Company ; C. 1:, Bartlett,.. . ) 13 may be said to be but the frieze and cornice its vicinity, that he has erected the thermometer" stldrrt riv\z\ above 8i> d"' ruYs, 1
IN CHANCERY. 213 :! S.
35 -..- 'L, on Commerce:() (in the rear of Our Baths in good order a* the can head,
Lewis Curtis and George are as > I
r \ H:? 3 L. Bird3al,. . . 250 this
Griswold trustees of tneApalaciiicola GE.MERAT, TELTJKSCRIn department J7 No. 2-2 Water) street, a BL U K- for the benefit of those who have nl paid us I
a
t lH 4 J. C. irdi.Jl: l,... . :j ) of the parsing t
will be found general synopsis
: S1I11I'SHOP: ; win- he is: them the\ G iu
re describe i
Land Co. :: prepared visit, we will : are nun her
!
I ,
''f ; Fl 9 & 12 Calhoun &. Bass,. . 1.1) tielAl events of the day, together with occasional selection 1
..\ u'} !. Myers, assignee; in 1 John Evalls, ,. . . 'lOD : from the best Literary Periodic. both Foreign to execute with neatness and despatch!! !, each ten feet pure in the r 1. a drrsine: J
bankruptcy of George W. 1 &. 9 .. and domestic." In fine whatever will have a and on the most reasonable terms, all work in his room attached to each. aid! are su arrarsred a< t tit f fraise

: i \ Ross, defendants. HI: 5&.165 C. EJmondson,. . .s' oo tendency to develope the rich and varied natural line" of business, entrusted to his care.HICHARD the water tn any depth required ; rnrSpnr/ 1

1: Jf \ T appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in Imp'd Eo: 11 John Gilmore,. . . 2 5u .resources of our State, elevate the moral cn
.( JL this cause that said Daniel Mcl)"u;ald I, JamesS. 43 6 /. R. Grill '1,. . . 1 OU ter of its citizens or promote the prosperity and Apalachicola Oct HJthIS-14-3m_ water per minute; the. temperature of the wstcr *
Calhoun and Charles L. BasLewis; Curtis happiness of the community: in which we live, i j.. precisely 90 deirreeTl>e analvi--* taken by i
I I 1 9 Estate of John Gillispie, 12:;
and George Gris.vold ; and Myers, reside shall Hjeel with our ardent and humble support. ADVERTISEMENT.WILLMER : Dr. J. B. Cottin, State Geoln nst: i is a< l .lt\! :
Jacob .
I i' C2 6&.7 Harvey,. . 7.jIJ CONDITIONS : I & SMITH'S: I EUROPE
1 beyond: the limits of the Territory, to wit : tue J'l K . . J : Height above the level of the 7KIJ i>rt- j
Imp' .'\2 7 I rn. . : 5 ) THE DAILY; ;" Cllil-t., will be publi-hed every k : I E .-Durin:! the time thisjounial sea.
i t IHid McDougald. Calhoun and Myers, 1:1: the tate John . half and delivered 0/iHntifv one win pint or 2 .."*75 c-.hic; 5icr.frspecific -
mp'd l') 3 Kenaedy: . 2:0 afternoon, on an imperial sheet; : has been before the w .rlil), the propnet':, 1
cf G.: jr r i'V the sud Curtis and Grisivold, in the !h 2 J. C. Love,.. . . .i)0() in any put of the City, at SIX DOLLARS per 'refer with to the which it l has gravity 0,993-di-fil'ed water r.i ':.2 1WU,. '
praise :
state of New York; and the sud Bass: in the state ,payable in advance.: pleasure (iA= rS-Carbonic acid .'ilo.2.cubic i: rl s!
Lnw . . annum
3'IHnll1 3 (JU
17 ,
elicited from the rexE'uland! Irelmd" 1 :Scotland ..
.. .
l1lphllr.ltPnf Ihdl'f\.n.! ... .a tnice. ,1
notice ; be
Alibiini.; It is ordered, that a be publiriei TiiEGcor.au:: C-rt""Er.,, for the country, will
Charles Kin . :)
!\Ic '
B 11 IIJ
of four ? It'Y" week sheet and the United States, Canada and the West SOLIDS-Carbonate of; Lime, .. ... .1 zrm.Carbonate .
\. o.ic.i' a ;veat: for the of space Court t months i : the Imp'd 82 10 J. Iar1tn. . . . 4 23Imiiil issued forwarded: once by a mail to, on any a Super.Koy.il part rf the Union., $:3 I =1dlland tie encouragement it Iras received of Iron,.... ... ... .. .:tJ.'srdins.' ;

betore<< tr.2! e Advertiser isai.ig: term this i in .\2 6 Mitchell f.1rzdl,. . :J 15E per ann'llIl for a single copy-Two copies for $3or (from the public of the United Slates and Canada.! Carbonate lit :Magne.-iii.... .... ..10'(* > eran.; i
Commercial l a printed
:: newspaper '? 5 Jno.T.\tynck.50u: ible in ad- The temprerature of the Water, winter aid sum ';
five copies for $10{)-pav invtrubly Three essential features distinguish it from all
this District, reiuirm.; said defend: nits to bill appear shall )IFI 11 Joseph Mitchell I ,. . 4 51) vane. It will contain all the reading matter of confer! HlI''oItS: publications.& user 90 degree: I I'l

aid answer, oMervvise the complainants : K. McKenzie . . 50)HI M.itonai.-Ci: iiimuica-
E'2 9 the daily paper, including First-It contains a full, correct and comprehensive A Splendid Roadh/w: been finished, expnj-1. J
be tak-M pro confesso: a unit them.cozy It MirtLtiUl tion Review of the Savunu.ih Market
1 & 17 & :sons, 7 VUHI ?, a Weekly
List arranged ilano \lain; in it lead tie
Shipping nn a : ; for riding: three miles length; to f
( test: ?) Peter and Jnlitchel.. 0 \:c.gC .
(
& 1:2
J : lJi}
"
F GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.> Advertisements" will he inserted in the and practicable! that "he who runs n.ay read. summit <>1'a Mountain where \0'1 behi!'I1J ore U 1
1:1: 8 A. J. Norris,. . . J lit > Daily
,-' 3lst. la 14. jel 4mAualachicola Paper at fifty cent for the first andtwentyfive Person interested in the Marine of Amer-ca mil the riH t rna 'tificent luvin Georra. A (gad/
Apahchieoh: MAV : per Mjuare
i r 3\J 7 O den &. . 1 2 a
\ : Ferguson,
))1 r cents for each continuance. In the turn ifi an instant to the information whicli the\ road! !teas alto! been mnU;: l to theelt kniwn j
t Florida.. Imp'd C'l 0:) ).m.!. Hy.n, . . 3 2i: \J; ekh' will be seek with the" of .
District fifty-cents per square, chargedfor certainty relying on iN truth.It r COLD SPRING, only! figs of a mile from the
t FRANKLIN( COJNl'V.: {mp'd A 0') 1nhn R.1a1,. . . 25 each rnsernoe.: thu; supersedes Shippi ).; Lists, aid, tier;; ixpensive Hotel: this Spring: si said by all who have seen it,
ttnp'd A'? 2 'rank Whitt.. . . 30U The .first t Number will appear about the first of ,
I' D. K. Dodge, Compl't, publications! from Europe, : oInleIf \\"hichare tit he the finest c(.ld water ;n the vtrrld.
.: III '. 7 4 rhos.L.\Virl.ate. . 27i: October next, or sooner, if the necessary" .. and t Chancery. \ times the price of Willmer & Smith'sEuropean : The amusements at the Spring-* ore vanni: .-
15 teary: WiUiun3: ,. . G Uu :; can be in:tile and a sufficient number of: .
I J ..e3 c.1".110:1: : et :!l. Def'ts. \F2 subscribers obtained" to warrent tr. publication Times. Tp!: Hall Room H opened riiiztith! the servirej

I.I I r appearing; : to the Court, from the report off PETER HOBJ.nT, ((0:: Persons wishing subscribe; will please handin CI'Htt\-lt' I; contains; a Price Current of all the of one of the be:.:t :Music :' in this section rf tfce

the Mister m: Chancery, in this:: case appointed; City Tar Collector.Apalachicola their names immediately, and those: holding subscription great British: and European markrN, devoted comr\! ? i;:, t'1a..d l to take charge ('t t ir.

Tit the tbiluwin' sums are due by the parties JUf'7th.\ 1SH.t j"' 1 (;irn lists will forward them by the first: of October [prhcipallv: to the articles of tndu and coni'neHV \\\. 'intend} to devote our time i-i-xcluml this

hereinafter: mentioned, for the instalments heretofore or sooner, if convenient. more immediately appertaining; to the American; season to the comfort of our visitors, and the f-ijf'

t. called in, on: their stock in the Franklin 820O Reward Communications by Mail must be post paid, to continent: end ill which the iiipn'hant, the trader I to be able, between IH. to please sill, arid K-elbt
Lot Company, public not RUNAWAY from the! sib-criber about insure att IIUOI1. and the of business I
Lind Apalachicola must feel immediate
nun : :: an : none go aW3diali- fit'li. Mr. and Mrs. JchnstB
tice i3 hereby hives to tne parties respectively, t two vear-i ago, two ne:!rn men, JOliN"1J1111 WILLIAM B. HARRISON7. interest. On the scoraof cot rcctle, the tabular will have rh-tr.t..pi: the house, S. R. B. twwill
Editors in this and
States
ALB ER 1'. Alhert is about : adjoining by giving!
thirty-
:
t, to tHY the :same to Be ijimin j F. Nourse, Receiver figure, and the rt'maraccumpaalII: the various give his: whole attention.:
the above a few insertions: will confer a favor, :
lye of and about 5it! :Sin> in height
\ iusiid cause, together with the interest thereon' years: ae, ,. which will !h duly I appreciated, and rcciprocateu markets showing their actual. condition, may Our charges will be the same" as heretofore,
.r fr.rn the first of Mirch, IS 13; or their i3 thick and heavily built, has a very hla k skin, be relied
I : day respective thfirst opportunity.fa3 "n, and are in f.sct: an authority with 830 f per month for Board: and Lodging. Baths,
t shares; will ba sold at public auction, in accord and i is a negro of tremendous .ilthetic. make. John list will found most of the llrst houses
; A Subscription be lit this in the principle cities of free. A fine stock of todo" i U I kept here, and ,
t ince with a decree of the Court of Chancery i is about ;oil Gin in height, H stout, well made and office -S VANXAU, Sep rl 'tr.p.R :J, lH t.I the United States and Canada.: sold at fur prices. These S'-nng' ; ; are 35 miles i
I for the District aforesaid, to the several l very muscular; his skin i is not very bUck, but .
pay Thirdly-As a newspaper, it pres.-nN to the north Columbus and 1O tnile-isnuth of Orfenville.
t I t amounts due and ovvi-sg. Sale first Wcdncjd rather between:" that of a black negro and a d irk )ftNfERS'! [ AND HINDER 1V.\RER0OM, :; ,
I : 3J American reader, in a con entrated state, and Visitors will fine in reaching j
Jaceiit next, to wit : mulatto.' It is well known to in my, that the 1io$. 29: and 31 Gold street, New York.=The : no ditfrnlty
ay in > ; where the interest or itiiMortanre! i.f( tLe subjecidemands here at all tirre, as the dailv States connect
t, Daniel MelA.-ai.il: principal and interest, due lit above named ne'groes were at wore: around about u Hoe Printing Press: Michine: and Saw Manufactury -
: it, in the most detailed and le ti-rm \ Savannah; Main ,
: ,
am i
Inhilt'JIntgl'rrtr; Auturta.;
:Mtr1S13: .. . ._ . . .13'3'J OJ: the' vicinity Ir,1.for some time- after the subscriber hem,..* under the management; arId direction every topic of political 1 commercial, domestic ondmiscellaneous Greenvilleawl
left: Florida, and they hive of Rich lrri M. Hoe aid! Robert I I floe continueto and Madi nn \\ itli} CVlmr buand
Hud>.,:a A. Thornton: II 3, H\J til 1 fre.juenllv interest which has Ov-curred in Eu- ttoe
Buitoi hi3 hee'i seen during the last six mn the in that manufacture: at greatly reduced prices, Printing Hacks run dailfrom I both places here, so ;
Hepburn or assigns
were
rope, or el-ewher.-, since the dep-artuie c.f the will be nodi.. .' A four h TeStastfalsn !: i
ppi.intn't'nt
indebted! 01 the same day and year. 972 7G neighborhood: and it believed th It they are Presses Hydraulic Presses; Standing, l Presses: { {
previous: packet especial Ird the
: ; reg being paid to leaves Colnrnhu' three, times \\ : by
:
John D. llovtvill . . . . . 3lJ( :) jS still thereabouts. The above reward of20J, Self-inking: machines, Chafes, Cases, and every whatever is most connected with relates 1
By order of the Hon. Sd.mueiV.. Carmack, will he paid for their apprehension and lodgement article necessary for a complete Printing Office, a political, social and commercial or> to the way of Harrilton. for> the Springs.The { : Cm- ,!

Jude of the Superior Court of Franklin county, in anv jail, or otherwise, so that I get them, supply of which, including type, ink, &c., &c., the Union, or the adjacent British well-being ol Proprietors be ready to receive
prllvince. In the first Mav.
in tfte Apabchicola District of Florida. or $100 for either of they keep constantly nq hand. pany on ;
x them.JOHN short, it takes a irlance at circumstance .
every ( in SEYMOUR R. BONNER.tS'ILLAM
j R. J. MOSES, D. GRAY. Hoe & Co's Patent Single Cylinder Press, his .
which the inhabitants of the Great
We-tcrn
r Master in Chancery. per JESSE F. POTTS.St. been recently( much improved in many essential con- G. JOHNSON.>

"'j Apalachicola August 19. IS 11. Joseph Oct. 14th 1S-I4. ntI1rrt! l particulars, with a view to adapt it to t first-rate tinent can possibly feel an interest. It puts the The Warm Spring! are so well known that vte

book printing, as well as excellent American reader in possession! the moment it do think it necessary to trouble the public with along ...

; Apalachicola District Florida.li $200 Reward I A considerable number of these ne'spapf'rwork. machinesare comes to hand, of whatever has transpired during array of cerlificr.U, settn gforth theirclaiw ;

Superior Cou Franklin County. RUNAWAY, or stole i, two negroes now in daily: operation in this city and elsewhere the interval in Fu rope-personal, political and to the Patronage ul. the invalid as well as the
Loabat L YCINDA"' and" JIM.[ "-Lucinda; left commercial.It of health and We will therefore: ,!
B-\lhonse:: ; J TV \\CERY. doing the work very rapidly, and in a Iran pleasure. .r'
S I, vs.Divid : > about the 21st August ; she is between 20 superior manner. has already attained a very high character, only invite" the attention of the reader tll the following -

D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose rort ale.r md 30 years of age, dirk complexion: deli The improvements in their Double Cylinder and may with great propriety he said to contain : letter from Doct. J. J. Eosm el I, of Columbus r

\ I ap.warinj; ; to the Court by affidavit, that the cate made, sway back small hands and feet, !good Pre-?, not only greatly increase its speed, but the BEST PRICES CURRENT; the" BEST; :

.. IT David D. Churchill, the above( defendant, countenance and extremely proud, ; she WH !purchased render: the press much more durable and less liable SHIPPING LIST; and i is the BEST EUROPEAN CoLrainrs, March 23d 1, 1S44.

reside beyond: the jansaictio-i of this Court, and : of L B Kandill, living: on the. Upitoie, to {jet nut of order. It is the only machine NEWSPAPER which reaches this com:try Dear Sir-Tt is due" you as the" are,mm atm?

o" out of the Territory of Floridi, but within the 9 miles from Columbus the 15th! of Ja-inary: adapted to the most rapid newspaper printing from England ; for it comprises in a ro' denseii' ; and courteous proprief{ "r of the Warm spri.npf

f 1 United Sutes! : it is: ordered, that publication be ISI3, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th insf., They I are also the manufacturers.! the Patent form of t twentyfour columns, every de-.cri.tmn| of Merriwether county-It is due the public wW

.. nude in some newspaper: ; published in the city ofApilichiro he is a likely young fellow, 2) years of a;!,e, and Washington and Smith Presses, which,, are so extensively news of interest of America, which had transpir may wish to leave their wn homes and firtSldt"
week for four nvuths i is about ((3 font hig': ,, dark complexion, a little ed\ in England and other Foreign from the where
.. r : i, once a requiring used by printers; throughout the United / paris, during the sickly season, to seek a place
lain to appear and aisvver the siid hill of knock-kneed ; wore ofF straw: hat, white panta States and Canadas. They call the attention of sailing ol the previous up to the hour of departure they can enjoy health.. arid all the comMf5 o ft

tf tfi; com pi%int on or before the expiration of that loons: a'id cloth coat, and has left his mother and Printers to their new Machine Card Press, with of. the Steam ship which conveys the forthcoming cultivited and refined society to point them"t

: timp, or the said bill will be taken as confessed father, and seven brothers and sisters ; consequentlv which one boy can print loUU: .cards in the best number. the Warm Springs. In its topi'!rrai'nicaj{ s'tM'

t ''' aiin him, and :jh: further order given in the we have just grounds! for believing (having style per day. This machine is vety simple, and ti r: It will be sold at 12i cents per ropy only. tion, it i is unquestionably inferior to no Wan1?*

.? premises; to the Court may seem justice. : foind a free" pass: in the possession of one of not liable to yet out of order. Its inking apparatus Amongst other numberous and flattering testimonials place in thp United States. The Medicinal l ,)tInes -

,. i (CoTe te.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, the other negroes; ,) that one Lucy A. Barter, and i is self-acting. the Boston Morning Post, sb\s :- of its Waters from the" Chemic analsissss-

l : I I J. &, L. BRANCH, Clerk. her son Washington Stevenson, has feloniously The Hoe" Co., also manufacture a CylinderJob We are greatly indebted to this newspaper for mitted" to the public by the States Geologist\)has.

.'. ; i i. Solicitors for Compl'ts. inveigle*!, stolen, taken and carried. off the above Press, of large foolscap: size, which requirestwo our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial news. aud ever will exert a happ influence overt !'.

'i Aoihchicola, Feb. 29, IS U. ml l4tnNO named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her son boys to attend it, who at the same time drive One number of Willmer & Smith's European ; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hiptrtltls; Diu.matism

.4\1' rICE All cautioned absconded from the house of Thou! Bartee, with the machine with their feet. It will print from Times is worth a whole tile'of any* other En"-'lioh: rher; Dysenrary :Di pepsy, and all disease of the
I hereby
f are "
persons whom she and her husband John R. Bartee
resided !paper.
:
t i Note 1500 to SUM impressions: per hour, and do good skin and Kidneys. i-
,: against trading for a Promis:3r( given the son, Washington, on the 24th and Mrs. work. Published at Liverpool, just before the steamer In this'note to sir, I haft fll '
addressing yon
r \ by me to :Samuel Gammon, for two hundred and Bartee the 29th of lat month. She left disgracefully sails Ss1e\
on by WILLIAM & SMITH. solicitations of
I r The "Hoe" Co., assure! : their friends, and Subscription complied with the earnest
; fifty dollars (S2 *) OJ) due, I think, the 1st of f after and printers 'curet
: breaking glasses every thing FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM.IT rach'all
-,, t. Mirch 191): endorse 1 by B. S. HndeThe in her power.Ve will : dollars for generally, that no pains shall be spared to kind friends who have" been either eon
i *ideration for which'Slid note wa's given pay twenty maintain the reputation of their establishment r greatly" benefited" h) the curatives: ofthe;
t CO'1
each of
the abovede3C'rihed delivered
I negroes, to and that all orders entrusted them is the intention of the proprietors of the of
to will the Warm Springs :.
failed receive
! having entirely I shall not >> the same .
(pay in StewartcotJnt Ga. in eQI1S
in or lodged jail sotjiat EUROPEAN
any and TIMES, to publish EXTRAS of nigh
t unless compelled by prompt careful attention. con I am, dear sir, with sentiments
law.NELSON t we get them; and will pay the balance of two Editors and taming a digest similar to the
HAWLEY. Proprietors will be supplied with European Times, deration your obedient servant,
", f /hundred dollars (say SIGO) for the apprehension of estimates in detail for Printing Offices Binder but more condensed: price three cents per conv, J. J. BOSWE'
Woodville, Ga., Sept. 20, 1944. o4tfNOTICE. ; or ,
the thief thieves evidence
I with such will
I J -- -- or ai ies, hy informing us of the style and quantity of which I shall .ha\'e forwarded by post and railway To Col. S. R. Conner. __.
I : '1 .-All persons are forbid from tree convict them for ne stealing r, as the law directsin work which they desire to do. express, in a few minutes after each steamship's -- #

f ; U:?OIl lot No. 10, block 3, or from oc). such cases made and provided. Jobbing and Machine work in general., arrival in Boston, and which may be obtained in MEDICINES, &r.-The "J1*"*?

\t t, );cupyinss; the atne, by authority of any one but the X. JOHN P. BARTEE. June 1st, 13-14. quantities at very low prices. DRUGS opened a iresh supply () r

.../ ftitacriher;; who is alone authorized to lease or THOMAS 0. B.U TEE. EDWARD WILLMER. from the o"*pt>7
N. B. Medicines, &r. All orders
f" cell the sime.: K. J. MO ES. Stewart Co., Ga.. Sept. 25th. 1844. o7 fit -Publishers of Newspapers in the Uni EUROPEAN T1M1 OFFICE, > S. HAWLEY,
J ted States Canada promptly attended to. B.
who will
or insert .
,
1st, 1Q14. sio 1 tint this adver-- Boston ,**""
Sept. June
Apalachicola, 1S44. 5 'ylJOFFEE.1oo Chestnut &. Commercr ___
PORTO RICO SUG.\R-IO superior quality Moment three times before the 1st of next July, jet cor.

1 0RN'.-200/ : bushels New Corn, received per Rico Sugar, for sale by and end one copy of their paper to us containing Osnab '
C.- bags Rio and Cotton
' 'J steamer Sirec, for sale bv DODGE & GARDNER, it, will be entitled to the payment of their bills eale Laguira Coffee. O ABURGS.-tO bales

\;I I o.w. A WOOD, 33 tester it. Kp3o: ( 40 Water cfc on purchasing four time the amount thereof .p30 W A by WOOD, 23 tester 9*. sep30 Nos.( land 2.W for A Ale WOOD hy 33 WaUfr(.


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