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VOLUME II.]


APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1844.


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED SATURDAYS
BY
BE A0 MIMl T Q Do [La WYMAM
)Office third .story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce & Chestnut streets,
AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertisements of ten lines or less (twenty lines
or, more in proportion,) conspicuously inserted
at the following rates
One year,....... $10 003 One month,.. ..2 50
Six months,........7 00 i Three weeks,... 2 00
Three months,..... 5 001 Two weeks,...... 1 50
Two months.......4 001 One insertion...... 1 00
To those who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
count will be made; but all advertisements not
strictly pertaining to their own business, as
well as all legal advertisements sent in by them,
will be charged at the usual rates.


NEW YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKETS.

"STAR LINE "


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


Regular Packet Line.
Ship Martha Washington,...J J Doane, master.
Ship [Floridian,.............Wmin. Pratt, "
Ship Unca,................. P W Latham, "
Ship Emblem,............. \ L Dyer, "
firig, Mamhattan,...........W H Doane, "
fBrig Am Eliza............ W C Park,
.Bri Metamora,............H Ashley, "
Tpili',E vessels are of light dr ,ft of water,
1 built expressly for the trade, of the b-.st ma-
terials, copper fastened arid cop;ered, with hand-
some a.cco.unno.f.ltion:', and will s3 i punctually
as a'lvertised. When the ty of sailing falls on
Sunday, the ships will sail on the Monday follow-
ing. The price of passage is i.0, without liquors.
0- All tgoIls forwarded to the subscribers, at
New York, will be shipped frea of commission.
E. D. HUJRLBUT & CO.,
8S South st., N. Y., or,
NOUJRSE, STONE & CO.,
sep3 410 Water st., Apal'a.


Copartnerslaip and Coiln-ission
AT APALACHICOLA ANI) COLUMBUS.
THE undersigned have associated for the pur-
pose of transacting a General Agency and
Commission Business. The business will be con-
ducted in Apalachicola, Fla., by Henry L. Ray-
mond, under the firm (if RAYMOND & HAR-
DIN-in Columbus, Geo., by Edward J. Hardin,
under the firm of HARDEIN & Co.
The advantages offered by this arrangement, to
persons at a distance who may have or wish to
make business in either or both places, will be
readily perceived. Feeling ourselves fully com-
petent to conduct such a business as it should be,
and intending so to do, we respectfully solicit a
share of patronage.
EDWARD J. HARDIN,
HENRY L. RAYMOND.
Apalachicola, July 31, IS4 1. al0tf


Win. Sydney Green, M. D.
DR. GR EEN takes this opportunity of expres-
sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
der himself more useful in his profession.
Office on Centre, near Water street. dec25
H. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER,
Corner of Water and Centre streets.
(j- 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
James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
(9Q Office, M.'o. 9 Colwnbus Block.
ry- He would respectfully solicit the patronage
of his friends and acquaintances.
II. t. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
qjr Office, cor. Centre and Water street,
oct26ty Apalachicola, Fla.
A. L. Clemnents,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 23 Water street,
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa.
H. R. Wood,
CITY VWEIGHER,
corner Centre and Water streets.
oc26 Apalachicola, Fla.


Ligon & Owens,
.ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
.Abbeville and Troy, Ala.
WTILL practice in the County and Circuit
SCourts of the counties of Montgomery, Pike,
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing the
eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama.
WOODSON L. LIGON,
Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.
HASTINGS E. OWENS,
Troy, Pike co., Ala.
Refers to -
CoGen. A J McAllister, Henryco, Ala.
Gen. A J McAllister,
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala.
(en'l. John Dill, Foit ';ainic, Ga.


CARDS.

JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


McKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
oct26 Apalachicola, Florida.
W. A. & P, C. 1Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
D. B. WVVt' -V Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street-Up stairs.
nov5 Apalachicola. Fla.


W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,


sep30


Apalachicola, Fa.


Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


Wmn. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
oct20 ly Apalachicola, Fla.


Thomas Presto;n,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
M ER C H A NT.
Office, No. 32 Water street-up stairs.
oc19 6m Apalachicola, Fla.

WM. H. KIMBROUGH. JoHN I. RIDGWAY.
Kimnbroughi & -Ridgway,
COMMIS S ION & FORWARDING
M E R C H A N T S.
Office, No. 23 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
fj- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or


Have.


oct26


Wylie & McKenzie,
COM M MISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Apalachicola.


AILVA WYLIIE,
'xm A. McKEPzIE, 5 sept ly
Johln ,I2. Hull,
of the late firm of
[,V./ Hardee S. Co Savannah, Ga.]
FAC FOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ollice, No. 48 Water street,
oct23 Apalachicola, Fla.
CltAS. A. GREEN, CHASE. I. CONNERY..
Green & Connery,
COMMISSION MERCH ANTS,
No. 28 Water street,
o14 ly Apalachicola, Fla.

David G. Ra.ncy,
COMMISSION & FO() REWARDING M ERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tln Apalachicola, Fla.


U. Eliison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION' MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.

Dodge & Gardner,,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No 40 Water street,
dec8 .. Apalachicola, Fla.


JOEL W. PERRY.


WViM. C. DICKINSON.


Perry & Dickinson,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street-Up stairs,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.

Stephen T. Skillman,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
also,
.i7, n/ for the
CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE CO.,
of the City of JNew York.
No. 33 Water street-Up stairs.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Michael A. Myers,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
ME CHANT.
No. 30 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
J. C. Allen,
WhUlesalo and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, ME1)ICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
-A general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONARY, &c., &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
iov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Miller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Cor. Water and Chesnut streets,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
Francis Kopman,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash,
octi Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.
Geo. S. Hawkins,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
(- Office- Up stairs,
No. 1 Columbus Block, Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
A. G. Scmmnes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
rj Office, .No. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets. -
nov\5 A-ltachi,'ol T, Fla.


CARDS.


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


.No. 136 WT' i&8f' 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.


Edw'd. C. Center & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Mobile, dla.
Od Collections and Remittances promptly at-
teded to.
Refers to-Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne,
oct20 6m Apalachicola, Fla.
Andrew S. Cook~e,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas s-.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
janl5 tinov Apalachicola, Fla.
STIEPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, Wr. IH. WYATT.
Lippincott & TWyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly


Thomas Bertram,a
COMMISSION MERCIIHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS. novel ly
J. W. Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. S1 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. nov] ly


New York, New Orleans and Miscellaneous
ADVERTISEMENTS.

PRINT WAREHOUSE
IN NEW YORK
To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade
by the Piece or Package.
"No. 44 Cedar street, near William.
LEE & BREWSTER give notice to
Dealers in DRY GOODS, that they have re-
moved their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED
CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Pearl, to
No. 44 Cedar street. By confining their attention
to PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabled
to exhibit an assortment far suppassing any ever
before offered in America; and to sell at prices as
low, and generally lower, than those whose at-
tention is dividedamong a large variety of articles.
The stock consists of several thousand patterns
and colors, embracing every variety of AMER-
ICAN AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market;
mamni styles of which are got up exclusively for
their own sa,; -- be obtained else-
where, except in second hands. .
Dealers in Prints will find it to their interest
to call and examine this stock, before making
purchases elsewhere, for by so doing t,,t -.7.-m1
have the advantage of learning the lowest market
price, and comparing all the most desirable and
fashionable styles in market, side by side.
r Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every
variation of the market, are placed in the hands
of buyers. oct7 tfn
Coninission Business.
New York, March 12th, 1844.
0C WITH a knowledge of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of 'all kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-
turns for all sales effected, and answers to all
orders with which they may be favored.
Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of
Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street.
" BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS
Thos. M1. Doyle & Co.
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS,
N1os. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.

{ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and
Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly on
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows :
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2;
White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;
Green and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orange do;
FINE COLORL 3 --Uitntarine aond-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. 1 to 8 Badger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel HI-lair Pencils, 1 I and I in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do;
Whitewash and Mop do;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes o
French, English and American.
(^ Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats
Shipping 'nd Plantation use; together with
variety of articles in the Patiting line, too num
croup to mention i).5 y


From the New York American.
THE UNRECORDED GRAVE.
Who resteth here ?
Manhood-that gloried in its pride and might ?
Beauty-with cheek of love and eye of light'?
Age-with its furrows and its look of care '?
Youth-with its open smile and sunny hair ?
Genius-with fiery glance and haughty brow,
Compelled before a mightier one to bow ?
Who resteth here !
Is mankind stricken its hour of pride ?
Hath manhood fallen in the battle tide-
When banners streamed along the golden sky-
When rushed the war horse in his majesty-
When armed men-when life waswaged with life-
When foe sought foe, and quailed not at the strife '?
Rest manhood here '
Who resteth here 1
l'ea'ltv with peaaflnnt rlannc "anrl lif'eo ,-f' ,d.


Some gentle heart that beamed from eyes of mirth,
And shed its radiance round the happy hearth ?
Some youthful form that may no longer stand
To greet with smiles of love her fellow band '
Itest beauty here .
Who resteth here ?
Genius with saddened face and laurel crown,
Withered before the world's haughty frown I
Some child of' song, whose name shall yet be
stirred '
Where music's tones and beauty's lay are heard'?
Resteth he here 1 Oh let him still sleep on.
Happier than though a world's applause were won.
Who resteth here I?
Whose race is run '? Whose pilgrimage is o'er!?
Whose voice is gone that may be heard no more ?
I know not-yet methinks some mark should be
To tell the world whose resting place we see;
That, passing by, we may rejoice or fear.
Smile, in bright hope, or shed tLe sorrowing tear!

EXPEDITION OF XERXES TO GREECE.


F


appeared a e.or r-t ,i L.ig..', meolrm-I-ne--ronl
a few roots of wild flowers. The third child,
still younger, was sitting on the grass, watching
with thoughtful look the movements of the other
two. They wore pieces of crape on their straw
hats, and a few other signs of mourning, such as
are sometimes worn by the poor who struggle
between their poverty and the afflictions.
The girl soon began planting some of her wild
flowers around the head of the grave, whentihe -
stranger thus addressed them:,
Whose grave is this, children, about Whkiclyou
are so bUsily engaged ?'
Mother's grayv, sir,' said the boy.
And did your father send you to place these
flowers around your mother's grave ?'
SNo sir, father lies l-re too, and little Willy
and sister Jane.-


The growing power and military fame of the When did they die -
Greeks had, before the reign of Xerxes, excited Mother was buried fortnight yesterday sir, but
both the jealous and the fears of the Persian mon- father died last winter, all lie here.'
archs. Xerxes, therefore, no sooner ascended the 'hen who told outo replied the gir'
throne, than he began to meditate an invasion of Nobody, s replied the girl
Greece, and particularly of the Athenians, for 'Why, then, do you do it?'
their conductduring the reign of his lather. Ac- They appeared at a loss for answer; but the
cordingly, he levied force from all parts of his stranger looked so kindly at them that at length
dominions, and made extensive preparations, both the eldest replied, as the tears started into his
by sea and land. By means of an alliance with eyes, we did love them, sir.'
the Carthaginians, he drew auxiliaries even from Then you put these grass turfs and wild flow-
Spain, Italy, and Gaul. The Carthaginians, who, ers around where you parents are laid, because
at that time, had acquired an extensive military youlove them ?'
reputation, furnished him with an army of 300,- 'Yes, sir,' they eagerly replied.
000 men, under the command of Hamilcar. Af- What can be more beautiful than such an ex
ter the most active preparations throughout his hibition of children honoring the memory of de-
dominions, tributaries, and allies, he, in the sixth parted parents! Reader, are you an orphan?
year of his reign, put his forces in motion, cros- never forget the dear parents wholoved andchers
sed the Hellespont on a bridge of boats, and en- shed you in your infant days. Ever remember
camped his army at the city Doriscus, by ththeheir parental kindness. Honor their memory by
mouth of the river Hebrus; near which place, he doing those things which you know would please
also drew together his naval armament. Here he them were they now alive; by a particular regard
imae a genera r-review-or--in astrtes, wrnm to their dying commands; and by carrying on
according to many authors, consisted of 2,641,- their plans of usefulness. Are your parents still
610 men, with upwards of 1200 ships; and to spared to you? Even treat them as you will wish
h, : -- 1 .- .i .v. o, a ad 1, ,, v ,. -t lonely orphtann am ; .
add all the slaves, the woman, the attendants, &c., t'heiri' -. Ho\v w -reinlm tbanice rKidn
the number must exceed 5,000,000; probably the and affectionate conduct towards those departed
greatest army ever brought into the field. friends, then help to soothe your grief and heal
With this assemblage of nations, Xerxes ad- your wounded heart!
vanced to the straits of Themopylae, where he was
met by Leonidas, king of Sparta, and about 300 Turkey Women.-I was much struck with thd .
Lacedemonians, and as many Greeks as made up elegance of their shapes and the regularity of
about 1000 men. This handful of men defended their features. Their complexion is as fair as
the pass for two days, resisting every form of at- thatof Eurownea women; as they advance ir
tack. The Greeks however, growing weary of age the sun browns the a little As to their
the unequal contest, at length all deserted Leoni- morals, chastity becomes a necessary virtue, when
das but his 300, and a few others. They stood even a kiss is punished with death by the father' ,
their ground, and fought with amazing bravery, or brother of the offender. I could mention sev_
till every man was slain, among whom was Leoni era instances of the extreme severity of the Tur
das himself. This dear bought victory cost the coman in this respect but one may suffice.-
Persians 20,000 of their bravest men and two Three brothers, riding through an insulated val
of the brothers of Xerxes; nor could they be ley, met their sister receiving the innocent cat
otherwise than astonished at the valor and forti- resses of her lover. By a common impulse, they
otherwise than astonished thethe valor and t all three discharged their fire-arms upon her, and
tude ofthe Greeks, left their fallen victim on the ground, while the6
To Leonidas, the prize of valor has been allow- ft their fallen urt. My host, Mohammed Al,
ed by all heroes, all ages and nations. Many upon being informed of the murder sent his se,
warriors have fought merely for fame, and have p ing t the tent, that the jaike
laid down their lives to gratify a mad ambition. vant to bring the body to the tent, that the jackr
Leonidas fought for his country. He did not ex- alls might not devour it; and the women were
Leonidas fought for his country. He did not ex- undressing and washing the body to Commit it to,
pect to conquer; his object was to delay the ene- the grave, when a shinght breathing convinced
my's progress, till his countrymen could assume them that the vital spark was not vet extinguish .
a posture of defence. This object he gained, ed; in short, the girl recovered." She v=,.%.
though he fell in the conflict.(" "
thoug the fell in the conflict sooner out of immediate danger, than one of Al a
Passing the straits of hermopye, the Persian sons repaired to the tent of his friends, the thr e _
army, ike tne progress of a slow but mighty in- brothers, who sat sullen and silent round the fir
undation,advanced towards Athens. The Athen- grieving over the loss of their sister The yV
ians, having consulted the Delphian Oracle, were ran saluted them and said, sat come te sk
directed to defend themselves by wooden walls. you, in my father's name for tie bodyfl' u ,
When all were in doubt concerning the meaning fal t s to tiry her.' le Ibad -
of this response, says Cornelius Nepos, Themis- no sooner finished than the foIr.ers crying T
tocles, Athenian general, told them, that the in- out, "If she was dead youould notask r r tert;-
tention of the Oracle was that they should defend out, wouIfd have taken thedad you 10.-lot ati, s r .
themselves by ships. Accordingly, the Athenian mission." Then seizinr their rms. they
and confederate fleet of Greece, amounting to hurrying out of th t in pu of le stiltii
about 300 sail, drew up in the strait of Salamis, ig .out .t tAlt son opposed their bsrll ,,
where they encountered and totally defeated the teng tons with a1t e wight of' his atheT's -'
fleets of Persia, destroying many ships, and dis- thority, and hiswn reputation for courage;
persing the rest. This battle has been celebrated swore he wou kill the first who should lcae
by all historians. It was gained by the masterly oe he. tol/them thatthey had sultcient rl
policy of Themistocles, who drew the Persians venged thejurythey had received ; anif r
to action in a disadvantageous place, and then by ot dead, it wa the visible .otetinh .
a bravery nearly as magnanimous, and more for- of the ophet that had saved her; and ao.
tunate than that of Leonidas, obtained a complete last psuaded them to grant his reeiest. r.Ve
victory, irlas nursed for three months i Alr's fnl,
Xerxes now saw clearly what enemies he had girivas married after her recovn y to t neoA' it
to contend with; and perceiving them entire ,n who had caused her misrtui'e.-T& .-'a"
masters of the sea, he was seized with the most p-ary of Travels.
alarming apprehensions for his own safety, al- -----of-ranels
though encompassed by millions. Leaving arn N'ew England Rail"ads' Te Boston .t
army of 300,000 men with Mardonits, his genert says-Railroads are also making good re.rns
to prosecute the war, he hastened back to h4e upon investments and in some iinstarces theap-
Hellespont, lest his bridge of boats should blpdes- precaution of ctal invested -. -V' great. tlie
troyed, and his retreat to his own dominis for- Norwich, Hf.iA"e and Ston-iion are insuree
ever cut off. On his arrival, as he fered, lie of this suuen rise in mark re if t r
found his bridge to have been broken my storms. and per "an" t.,value Wt n, ai a aI-1f
Wherefore, in the utmost consternon for his Nor h h as gone u from pr share to s4,
safety among enemies so brave andintrepid, and an' its financial c ition has been chan, 'rom
for the preservation of his throne trhich time news t.e worst possib to that of sound and r e -
of his ill fortune would expose to some aspiring returnto itsstoekholders. Inthetinrstni.ieimnttis
rebel, he crossed the same Wllespont which 1- of 1844 thereceipts have been 3 LJ. more. t an
I ta mn e er mou thsoe.advi1e, b c '.r"in e- b
hadelately covered with hof.eets aid armies, wsthe rre( s o r es, e
a fishing-boat, and returned home, covered with esnot i ma t mae for the year's binmiess, &WA was
shame and infamy. rioteypected to realizethnriid
Still far more cornmylete was the deeat of that dollars, but will, if continued for the Ttmiin _,,
part of the great invasion conducted 6y vHamilcar, three months as in the first nine give a t 'of
if the Carthaginian already mentioned;tfr, landing .$22,933. .-
an army of 300,00O men in Sicily, he was sudden- Whenever you give advice be eri i V
ly attacked by' &elo, king of' Sicily, as he was W avc-bc-i
'a celebrating public feast, and his whole army was not made one enemy.-7
a either slain or made prisoners, and his fleet as Men had betterbeanswereding.
troed. ardoni now only remained, to r thn wnt of understand
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Discovery.-J. Milton Sanders and
S' Cincinnati, are said to have dis-
ew species of light," ot superior
m y heretofore known. A.writer in
advertiserr states:
light is magneto electrical.
produced by permanent magnets,
increased to any definite extent.-
S:, now finishing by the inventors or
S. his case will possess twenty mag-

S applies a light whose brilliancy is
the naked eye.
ver of adequate height will enable
ffused all over Cincinnati, equal
purposes, to that of day.
:' i-ight, when once set in operation,
S,;, ,illuminate without one cent of
* ;: 7 nse.
S' : enterss has gone to Washington to
t.
N, avy.-The Courier Francais
', re now building in the French
psof the line, 19 frigates, 2brigs,
-s.: transports, and 24 steamers, with


om 80 to 550.


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'nas, who takes the place of Mr. Campbell, the
l:'ier gentleman having declined a re-election.-
y are all democrats.
1st dis't Jamcy A. Black, re-elected,
21 Richard F. Simpson, re-elected,
3d Joseph A Woodward, re-elected,
4th A. D. Sims, vice, Jno. Campbell,
5th Artemas Burt, re-elected,
6th Isaac E. Holmes, re-elected,
7th R. Barnwell Rhett, re-elected.
'- The Hon. Sarm'f. S. Phelps, has been re-
'ted United States Senator, for the next six
.s, from the State of Vermont.
'tIScoNSIN.-The democrats have carried this
;'ritory by about 600 majority, every county has
Sn a decided majority against the formation of
ate Government. The legislature of the Ter-
y stand as follows:-Senate, democrats 11;
,' s 2; [House of Representatives, democrats 17
v. s s9.
:RRI'roRY OF IOWA.-A Convention to form a
S:,titution for the future State of Iowa, assem-
in Iowa City, on Monday, the 7th ult. The
Shepherd Leffler, of Des Monies county,
unanimously elected President, and George
*ampton, of Iowa City, Secretary, of the Con-
on. Committees were appointed on the
Sus points upon which constitutional provision
',' deemed necessary.
"'% ening of the Ports of Cuba.-The ports of
Sina Matanzas and Cardenas, have in conse-
S- r.eeof thb-destrw-t .- L -1 -.-
)us storm throughout that island, been
a..n ofp, '*., of' dutyv, for rice, corn meal,
S-,, `- and potatoes; ,lso, building lumber of every
},s option, during the ensuing six months.

Gov. Briggs, of Massachusetts, and Gov.
in, of Connecticut, have issued their pro-
S:tions, appointing Thursday, the 28th instant
as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer,
.' ghout their State.
Information has been received, says the
York Sun, that the Bank of England refuses
e sovereigns unless by weight, with the ex-
n of those coined during the present reign.
'" it is remarked, haq given additional firm-
) the bill market, as it would be better to
bills at 10 per cent. than to export coin
: has been reduced in weight and value.
Five Church Edifices, of unusual dimen-
d \ architectural magnificence, are now in
Af construction in the city of New York.

SMAame Taglioni is said to have accepted
S- erent in the United States for one year;
)',0 beint secured to the fair Sylphide, with
S, Ae contit'encies of a much larger sum.-
tor i-a Sylphide takes leave of the
e' ftles 8 awn for life at her villa on the


SCOM:,ICATv BErWFEN NEW OR-
.AND New .. project is on foot at
Means to builk four;ron steamers, to run
S" n that port and iNew Irk, at an estimated
*, of $110,000 each. ce public-spirited
w, hen the project was m ptioned to him,
n his name for $20,000. The steamer
,'i has been fitted up with a.,iew to run
S'".A1e ports the present season..
.; "is ial..-This work was sold an the
:,'., at pu ic auction, in the city of ;ew-
J., by C. Whitehead, Esq., Ma er
neery, under decree of foreclosure %-
ge given for a 1 obtained in Holland.
Purchased by Asa4 whitehead, John J.
Sand Benj. Williamson, q, whom it is
Present large capitalists-els. ere, for one
S* d.llia,-, aTut one-fourth of r, original
t is contem.t ui t-, o pnf :. e rr a,,'. r
'Ie, so that the tracdrcom the co.il rons
sylvania, can bedirectto New York .

LLRourND.-The Portland Advertiser says:
9 d de bark of some 246 tt.s burthen,
,-ie Odd-Fellow, built by Odd-Fethws and
by a company of Odd-Fellows, i. to be
Sa the latter part of this week. $he has
ed, on the stocks, and will be launched
Ss, boat, cargo and provisions, on boaM--
resect ready for sea, and as soon ass
*)f her ways, will set sail for Freeport, and
'r Apalachicola."


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s Dragoons Jklurdered by In-
3consin Herald, of the 12th, con-
Sstautig-that an ap-ress nan ar-
du Chien from Fort Snelling,
murder, by a band of Soosatong
)f the detachment of Dragoons
m Fort Atkinson for the purpose
he perpetrators of the late mur-
er. The Soosatongs are a small
that formerly belonged to the
)y robbery and murder, and are


dreaded by all the other tribes in that quarter.

SINGULAR AFFAIR.-At Massat, in France, on
the 20th Sept., two females, mother and daughter,
were each delivered of a male child within two
minutes of each other. The babies were put into
one cradle whilst the mothers were attended to,
and the result was an impossibility to distinguish
which was the uncle and which the nephew.
OCr- We copy the following from the New
York Sun, but cannot vouch for its truth. Some
of our "Old Citizens," perhaps, may recollect
the circumstance:-
AN INHOSPITABLE JAILOR.-A few years ago, the
good people of Apalachicola set themselves about
building a Jail and a Church ; they were both
finished about the same time, but the jail was
filled before the other building. Three of the
prisoners, not having a partiality for a life of such
retirement, contrived to loosen a stone in the wall
and made their escape. After wandering about
for a few days and finding no very agreeable ac-
commodations, as the social system had not pro.
gressed so far southward, they concluded to return
to their old quarters. On presenting themselves
before the jailor, they offered to surrender at dis-
cretion and expressed their sorrow for their elope-
ment. "I can't help it," was the answer, you
thought fit to break out and now you may stiy
out, you don't get in here again, I tell you."
03j- The last letters from London say that the
project for the re-establishment of the credit of
Illiniai ig lsa.sy to 6 fail 5.. 7-G,. fo O",rmioa.io.-
ers, who are now there, will net, it is said, suc-
ceed in the objects of their visit. The Bonds had
"Mreoriruf a w 'Ti-iolit-h-n-rdiiig buyers.
Emigration to Texas.-The visit of Prince d e
Solmes to Texas, as agent of the German em i-
grating associations, has been attended with the
very best results, in giving a very hardy and re-
spectable body of men to that country. One
thousand families are daily expected from Ger-
many, and the agent is in New Orleans to pur-
chase one hundred wagons to transport them to
the interior. The association has collected a
capital for the purpose of emigrating, of nine
millions of francs, and the Prince de Solmes is
about to accompany General Houston, who in-
tends holding a council with the Camanches and
other tribes of Indians on the Brasos.
Episcopal Convention.-The Triennial Gene-
ral Convention, of the Protestant Episcopal
-Church, held in the city of Philadelphia, ad-
journed sine die, on the 22d ult. During its ses-
sion, the Rev. Mr. Carlton Chase, DD., has been
consecrated as Bishop of the State of New Hamp-
shire; the Rev. Nicholas H. Cobb, DD., do. for
Alabama; the Rev. Cicero S. Hawks, for Missouri,
and the Rev. G. W. Freeman, of Delaware, as a
Missionary Bishop for Arkansas, the Indian Ter-
ritory, north of 364 deg., and the Republic of
Texas. They also, nominated the Rev. Wrn. J.
Boone, M D., to be a foreign Missionary Bishop
for Amoy, and other parts of the Chinese Empire;
the Rev. Horatio Southgate, do. to the dominions
and dependencies of the Sultan of Turkey, and
the Rev. Mr. Glennie, of South Carolina, was up.
pointed a resident Bishop at Cape Palmas, Africa,
and its vicinity.
The Philadelphia Inquirer of the 24th, speak-
ing of the Millerite encampment formed near that
city, says:
The scene at times was frightful. The shouts
and screams of the women and children, together
with the groans, lamentations, and exclamations
of the men were calculated to excite feelings of
deep commisseration for the wretched objects of
delusion. Yesterday morning two little children
were found in the encampment, perfectly cold,
stiff and dead. Many grown persons were also
offeringg severely, and the persons who re:-ide in
t, neighborhood absolutely forced some of the
fe"les into their houses, with the object of sa-
vingo teir lives. Much misery and poverty will
no dout be the result of this delusion.
1 Ti Mayor of St. Johns, N. B. was re-
cently fineacor driving his horse faster through
the streets tha- allowed by law.
\~KOJ- The difference between a corps and a
co se. A corps is body of men; a corpse is
a ma''s body.
tt Brandon (Mas.) paper states that
Gen. H. G. 'Runnels, ex-govrnor of Misssissippi,
was recently assassinated in Ttxas.
9- At a sale of India shawls in New York on
Thursday, several sold as high as $650, and
$500; others at .400, $300, &c. &n.


justifies the course he pursued during the time h
was Regent, and expresses a wish, should he b
permitted to return to his native country, to liv
in a private station.
Frightful Inundation in Sweden.-Letter
from Stockholm of the 24th ult., represent near
} all th'. Q a "-severely from inundation, but in the greatest de
agree the country bordering on the river Roeyv
which rose thirteen feet in less than an houn
F rushing in torrents upon the large village of Kon
radslout and in its environs, which were quickly
submerged; sweeping away all the houses an
factories, and twenty-two windmills, * leaving nothing but amass of ruins. About 50
persons are said to have perished, and the loss c
property is estimated at 800,000 rix dollars
1,200,000 francs. Subscriptions for the relief c
the sufferers have been opened at Stockholm, a
the- head of which stand the names of the King
and Queen, with considerable contributions an
nexed.
Louis Phillippe in England.-The King of th
French and his suite embarked at Treport on the
evening of the 7th inst., for England. The Queen
was deeply affected on taking leave of her husband
this being her first separation from the King since
hec marriage; she was observed to shed tears
About daybreak the following morning, th
French squadron approached the English coast
and the inhabitants of Portsmouth, the great nava
port of England, were early on the look-out fo
it, and made every necessary preparation for th
distinguished visitor.
It was contrived that a sort of fleet, as it wer


TRADE IN NEW YORK.-The New York Expre.-
s remarks that the foreign news by the last steame
r_ has had no effect upon that market, and adds:
d ." The zt-ek of Cotton here is so sall, that n
- prices from abroad affect the article now. Th
Fall trade, for the sale of good& to the interior, i
r' rapidly drawing to a close. Most of our Westert
r, merchants have left the city. Their purchase
" have not been as large as usual There has beei
v a cautious business done, and it is bdlieve-I per
d fectly sound. The stock of goods on hand hav
t, been large, and much larger than required. Ther
0 will be a heavy loss on British goods, generally
f this season The Fall season is fast drawing, to
close. The navigation of the Canal will continue
, but about a month longer. The transportation o
if goods both ways is most active. Our receipts o
It Produce are truly immense."

S The English Penny Post.-We learn from th
best authority, that the English penny post, afte
e paying the whole of its own expenses, yields ai
e income of more than 6G0,000 a year. The op
n ponents of the system attempted to make it appea
', otherwise, by merging the expenses of foreign
e packets, steamers, &c., in their estimates; bu
3. this attempt was exposed and the amount of an
e nual profit ascertained as above. The franklin;
, system is wholly abolished Even the Queer
1 herself cannot frank a letter, and is compelled t,
r pay her penny, and thus to acknowledge the su
e premrnay of the Post Ofice law, as much as an'
of her subjects, whenever she writes to a friend
e or other correspondent.


ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER

GREAT WESTERN

At New Yori--Etght Days Later.
The King of the French in England-Grand
Reception-Liberation of Prisoners in France
-JVo material change in the Liverpool Cotton
Market-Rumors of Trouble in Spain-A
new combination against the French in Al-
giers-Defeat of the Puseyites in Oxford-
Death of an Irish Marquess, and of the Lady
of the Lord Lieutenant- Great increase in the
English Revenue-Railroad Mania in Bri-
tain, S4c.
The steamship Great Western, Capt. Matthews,
from Liverpool, arrived at her berth in the East
River, New York, about 10 o'clock on Saturday
evening, 26th ult.
The Western brings 139 passengers. She has
had favorable weather; made the passage in
fourteen days and thirteen hours.
The Cotton Market has been tolerably quiet ;
it is, nevertheless, steady, and speculators have
been doing a little. The market is freely sup-
plied this week for fair cotton. Prices-Bowed,
41d; Mobile, 41d; and Orleans, 41d. As re-
regards the future, attention is almost exclusively
fixed on the new crop.
1 ne- wvneat ira-ets ofl-non and Liverpool
are inactive. By the average returns of the king-
dom, made up to Thursday, the duties remain
unaltered. Previous rates have been reluctantly
paid.
The arrival of the King of the French in Eng-
land has been almost the only topic of newspaper
record.
The accounts of the quarter's revenue, ending
the 10th inst., have been published, and show a
very considerable increase on the corresponding
quarter of last year.
In the Customs there is an increase of between
400,000 and 500,000 on the account to b(
made up to 12th inst., as compared with the cor.
responding quarter of last year.
In the Post-office there is an increase, probably
about 20,000, on the quarter.
Some excitement was produced in the early par
of the week by the arrival of accounts of renewed
difficulties at Tahiti, where the French author
ties have again been highly disrespectful to thi
English flag. But as this intelligence has ar
rived at the time of the visit of the French King
to the Court of England, it is probable that any
permanent difficulty will be avoided, by the ex
planations which may be supposed to be inten
ded generally in English and French political af
fairs.
Some of the London Clubs have adopted, it i
said, at the suggestion of the Rev. Sydney Smith
the plan of rejecting, for complimentary admis
sion or as members, the citizens of the repudiat
ing States in America.
The vessel having on board the Roman Catho
lie Bishop, the. n'..n---.* ,,ers, which sale
-some time ago from Brest for the Sandwich Is]
ands, had not arrived at the date of the last ac
-- o-ountr. tumfhors prevailed in the South Seas thi
she had foundered off'Cape Horn.
On the 8th inst., Dr. Symons, who was op
posed by the Puesyites, was elected Vice Char
cellor of Oxford University by a majority of 88
to 183.
The Gazette of Tuesday notices the further
prorogation of Parliament from Thursday, Oct. 1
to Thursday, the 12th Dec.
Six miles of atmospheric railway, from th
Dartmouth Arms to Croydon, will, it is expected
be ready in May next.
The Augsburg Gazette mentions the probability
ty of a matrimonial alliance between Princ
George of Cambridge and the Grand Duches
Ogla of Russia-one of the results of the lat
journey to England of the Russian Czar. Th
young prince is heir presumptive to the crown
Hanover.
Importation of Canadian Flour into Eng
land.-Sir Robert Peel's Canada Corn Bill ha,
in the past six months, come into practical opa
ration to a considerable extent. By the last re
turns received from Montreal, we find the ex
ports from the St. Lawrence, since the opening
of the navigation to the llth September, coin
prise-
Bushels Wheat. Barrels Flour.
241,276 351,692
against 15,417 57,497
in the same period of last year, which is evidence
sufficient of the large and growing trade we ma
look for from this measure.
.Address of the Ex-Regent of Spain.-Espar
tero has published in an address to his country
men, dated from London, Oct. 10, in which h


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formed of the squadron of experimental gunbrigs
and one or two ships of the line, and some other
vessels, should, by stretching out some miles off
the harbor, in the direction of the French coast,
at once act as heralds of the approach of the
French vessels, and as a sort of escort to his Ma-
jesty up the harbor.
The meeting of the Sovereigns was of the most
affectionate character, without any formal or cold
ceremonial greetings. When the King alighted,
he embarced her Majesty in a most cordial and af-
fectionate manner, and immediately giving her
his arm, proceeded towards the grand staircase.
At the entrance of the crimson drawing-room her
Majesty parted from the King, and he immediate-
ly proceeded to his private apartments, attended
only by his personal attachees and attendants,
where he remained for a short time. In about a
quarter of an hour he again met her Majesty, at
lunch, which was strictly a private party.
The last time King Louis Phillippe visited Eng-
land was in 1815, during the hudred days When
Louis XVIII went to Ghent, the Duke of Orleans
took refuge in England, where he remained un-
til the battle of Waterloo enabled him once more
to return to the Palais Royal. Louis Phillippe
has entered the '72nd year of his age, includingthe
last, having been born on the 6th October 1773.
On Thursday, Louis Phillippe, .in company
with the Queen and Prince Albert, visited the
house at Twickenham in which he resided during
the time he was an exile in England. The royal
party afterwards proceeded to Hampton Court,
t'hbre the Frencl, monarch examined and admired
the paintings. The party returned to Windsor to
dine.
IRELAND.
The Repeal Association held its usual weekly
meetings on the 7th inst. Mr. Maurice O'Con-
nell, M. P., was the principal speaker. The rent
for the week amounted to 616.
The Liberator has fixed Wednesday, the 20th ot
November, for a grand banquet in Limerick, on
his way from Derreane to Dublin.
Ballinasloe fair, the greatest in Ireland, has not
a been so well attended this year as usual.
FRANCE.
The album which King Louis Phillippe pro-
posed to offer to Queen Victoria, in commemora-
tion of her visit to the Chateau d'Eau, is finished,
e and his Majesty presents it to Queen Victoria at
Windsor.
The King's visit to England is distinguished by
an act of Royal clemency-an ordinance, which
Y gives grace and pardon to fifty political State
prisoners. All whose term of imprisonment ex-
pires before 1847, and a few of those condemned
for a longer time, will receive the benefit of this
arrangement.
COMMERCIAL SUMMARY.
e The present week has not presented the ap
pearance of any extensive changes in monetary
or mercantile business; the same accumulation
g of capital and difficulty of finding secure channel
y of investment continuing to be unremoved in thi
. great branches of trade. The intelligence frotn
foreign markets has been generally unsatisfactory
though considerably later from various parts of th
- world.
By some it is contended that the state of th
s foreign commercial relations of the country i
thought to be such as to render indispensable somn
", extensive change of policy in the course of the en
3- suing session of Parliament; such consideration
- becoming more general from the intelligence c
the extending export of the manufactures of th
United States, with which country a treaty of comn
d the certainty that the system of excluding slave
[- grown sugar from the English market will be fatal
to the renewal of the commercial treaty wit
Brazil.
at The weekly returns from the Bank of Englan
show a reduction in the bullion of about 89,000
with an increase in the rest, which shows the in
creasing profits of the extension of the circulation
of Bank of England notes.
32
From Indian River.-Mr. Peck arrived hler
or on Thursday, the 17th ult. from Indian River, c
0 St. Lucia Sound; having left there in an ope
boat since the late hurricane. They experience
the height of the gale at the time we did, viz. a
ie noon on Saturday, Oct. 5th. A party of the set
I, tlers were down at Jupiter inlet, which has bee
closed for several years, and finding the lagoo
i- about 10 feet higher than the ocean, they opene
a mere trench through the sea beach "Levee,
,e and at nightfall laid down at a respectful di'eanc
is from their work. The alarm was given about
e midnight that the water was washing away their
e foundation, aind they had barely time to remove
C their camping materials, when thirty feet wa
f swept away at once, and by daylight an opening
of 100 yards and from 10 to 12 feet in depth pre
sented itself An eye witness says the torrent re
sembled the falls of Niagara. If the windows c
g Heaven were not opened the doors of the Ever
\': glades were.
-. For a year past, until last July, the lagoon
Shave been unprecedently low, and Indian Rive
g bar, the only entrance of 250 miles inland waters
has been proportionably shallow. What effect
this new inlet will have on the old one 50 mile
to the Northward, remains to be seen. "Gilbert
bar" which closed last March, and lies between
e the two, remains closed.
y Mr. Peck was assisted in this important enter
prise by Messrs. S. C. Brayton, D. C. Bower
SCapt. Wmin. B. Davis, O. B. Hart, and J. Price
r- The other settlers who had volunteered their as
e distance having backed out, and many more being
e opposed to the scheme.-Key West Light of th
e Reef.


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any of the lead lines used on the lake, and the
s point of the rock itself does not exceed an area of
r more then six or seven feet square. and so far as
observations of it have extended, it does not ap-
) pear to enlarge in size as it decends. It has al-
e ready, he states, become a source of alarm to the
s mariners who navigate the lake, who take special
n care in passing, to give it as wide a berth as pos-
s sible. It is too small-too remote and dangerous
n to admit of a light, and therefore, its removal has
beadrr'. a matter of serious importance, and will
e doubtless! certain to the duty of government. A
- single' bhlit fror a bore of sufficient depth would
a probably do it, but the surface of the rock being
e so near t'at of the water, and the space so narrow
f. as to forbid any regular lodgement for workmen,
f they would have to be attended constantly by a
vessel of sufficient size to resist any sudden storm
of the lake, and would also have to be kept con-
e stantly under way, as no harbor or even hottoi
r for an anchor is within a day's sail.
n The discoverers relate that the reck appears to
- be a piace of general resort for the Salmon Trout
r of those lakes, as they found them there in almost
n incaculable numbers, having, during their short
t stay, caught several barrels with no other instru-
- ment than a rod of iron, on one end of which they
g turned a hook They tried with all their lines on
n board, for soundings immediately around the rock,
o but without success. Such a vast column, could
- it be exposed to view, would laugh into ridicule
y Cleopatra's needle, Pompey's pillar, the colossus
d of Rhodes or any production of ancient or modern
art.


From the Louisville Courier.
TERRIBLE STEAMBOAT DISASTER!!
Explosion of the Lucy Walker!!--Sixty to
&Eighty Killed and Wounded! !-The steamboat
Lucy Walker, Capt. Vanb, left this place fo r
New Orleans yesterday, crowded with passengers.
When about four or five miles below New Alba-
ny, and just before sunset, some part of her ma-
chinery got out of order, and the engine was
stopped in order to repair it. While engaged in
making the necessary repairs, the water in the
boilers got too low; and about five minutes
after the engine had ceased working, her three
boilers exploded with tremendous violence, and
horrible and terrific effect. The U. S. snag-boat
Gopher, Captain/L. B. Dunham, was ipmiedi-
ately on the spot, rescuing those in the water, and
with his crew-tendering all the aid in h'is power.
He informs us that the Lucy Walker was, in the
middle of the river, and such was the force of
the explosion, that parts of the boilers and the
boat were thrown on shore. Just after the ex-
plosion, the air was filled with human beings and
fragments of human beings. Immediately after
the explosion, the ladies cabin took fire, and be-
fore it had been consumed, she sunk in 12 or 15
feet water. Thus is presented the remarkable
circumstance of a boat exploding, burning, and
sinking, all in the space of a few minutes. We
believe none of the females on board were in-
jured-some, however, may have been drowned.
The books of the boat were destroyed, and of
course it will be impossible ever to ascertain the
names of or the number of those killed. There
* were at least fifty or sixty persons killed and mis-
sing, and fifteen or twenty wounded-some se- ,
riously.
Providenc Theatre Burned--Dr. Lardner's
Philosophical ./Jpparatus, and Russell's Plan-
etarium Destroyed.-The Providence Theatre
f was consumed on Friday morning. The fire broke
out aboutone o'clock. The building had been oc-
cupied the evening previous by Dr.;Lardner, who
delivered there the last of his course of scientific
lectures. Besides the scenery and fixtures of the
Theatre, all Dr. Lardner's philosophical appara-
tus, including the great microscope, and a splendid
collection of paintings, worth together $15,ou0,
was consumed, and we understand the Dr. had ef-
fected no insurance on the property. The splen-
did planetarium, constructed by Mr. Russell, o0
Ohio, with the labor of twenty years, was also
burned. The value is said to have been $12,000,
a and it was insured for 88,000, at an office in Hart-
. ford, Ct. It belonged to Messrs. Haswell & Rob.
inson, who are said to have lost in addition to the
s planetarium, $2,000, worth of philosophical ap-
paratus.
Thel contiguous brick house, belonging to Mrs.
Lewis Peck, occupied by Mr. Charles H. Childs.
was badly injured, the roof being nearly destroyed,
y and the attic story damaged by fire and water.
s The house carpenter's shop of Mr. Dean, in the
e rear of the last named building, with all its con-
tents, was entirely destroyed. Loss $1,000.
The opposite house of Mr. Gardner T. Swartx;
' with the contiguous t.ibles and ware rooms, was
very badly burnt and injured,.and was in immin-
ent danger of being wholly destroyed.

s The Wayof the TWorld.-" He's dead!" IHow
- frequently is that brief but admonitory sentence
s uttered without exciting any but the most tran-
f sient emotion-without awakening a deeper or
e more permanent reflection than the next passing
- thought will entirely obliterate from the mind!-
y Two friends shall casually meet after a temporary
. separation, and inquire after a third and mutual
l friend. He's dead !" is the melancholy and im-
h presiive rejoinder. If men of business, perhaps
he also was one who entered largely into their
d speculations-all the projects for the advance-
ment of their fortunes-all their worldly-minded
- schemes of aggrandizement-yet he's dead!"-
n The intelligence is received with an exclamation
of surprise-a significant shake of the head-a
sensation nearly allied to pity and regret; but it
is not heard "as if an angle spoke;" and as time
e passes, they hurry off without further comment
)r to their respective counting-houses, where the
n unexpected information of the fall in-cotton-the
d depression of the money market-the failure of
it some great house in which they had placed im-
t- plicit confidence, or some equally vital and imtn
n portant affair, demands their immediate atten-
n tion-totally absorbs their minds, and they en*
d tirely forget that they have just heard an echo of
their own inevitable doom.
e Locality has strong power, whatever may be
it argued to the contrary, in recalling impressions,
r and every wounded heart may tell how insup-
e portable the scene becomes where it has been
s blessed, and where it is blessed no more. .The
g abstract of pain or pleasure is within us in all
places, at all times; but its portraiture, its vivid
" reflection lies pictured in the places and in. the
f objects where our feelings have been stretched on
Sthe rack, whetherof pleasure or of pain.
s
r From the Pittsburgh Daily American.
s, REMARKABLE ROCK. ,
t One of the most remarkable rocks of which we
s have any knowledge, has been lately discovered
s in the middle of that great inland sea, Lake Su-
n perior, by a gentleman who has recently returned
to this city from Copper's Harbor, we learn that a
- shaft of Trappe rock has very lately been discov-
', ered, rising in the lake from 150 to 200 miles
. from land, and ascending above the surface of the
- water, a distance of not above four feet. What
g renders it more extraordinary is, that it stands
e alone, and all around it, so far as examinations
have been made, no bottom has been reached by


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VULGARISMS REFINED.
Vulgar.-" Take the rag off the bush."
Refined.-Removing the dilapidated linen from
off the infantile tree.
Vulgar.-" Money makes the pot boil."
Refined.-The precious metals cause the caul-
dron to efferversce.
Vulgar.-" Money makes the mare go."
*Refined.-The circulating medium compels the
female nag to absquatulate.
-Vulgar.-"A fool and his money is soon
parted."
Refine.i-The partnership existing between a
simple one and his small change is speedily dis-
solved.
Vulgar.-" What is bred in the bone cannot
come out of the flesh."
Refined.-That which is matured in the ossi-
fied substance, cannot emanate from the carne-
ous man.
Vulgar.-" Tell the truth and shame the
devil."
Refined.-Proclaim what is veracious and
cause Diabnolu to blush.
Vulgar.-" Each dog has his day."
Refined.-Each masculine of the canine spe-
cies is entitled to the possession of one diurnal
revolution of the earth.
Vulear.-" Does your anxious mother know
you are out ?"
Refinedi.-Is your solicitous maternal guardian
aware that her offspring is abroad ?
....'-'i;9,'* ; .-The E~no'ih brig Victoria,
bound for Nass-au, lying at MIr ,rown's wharf.
having part of her crew nerns-, from the Island
of New Providence, that boasted land of negrro
liberty. Two of these 'chivalric sons, of Africa
succeeded in enticing on board a negro boy belong-
ing toJ. S. Hutchinson Esq-, by tales of freedom,
equality, &c. The Victoria h-vi proceetled 4
miles to 3, when the ne-zro wasvs dirov-'rel to h?
onboarl 1bv the captain ; who irmmeliaelv or lered
the bOat to bh ma'nvne ii the n'~ri ) be brought
hack to Key We.-t andl d(livrel to his owner.-
This conduct o(n the nart of th et-in entitles
him to the res.':ct and con i -nce or every shin-
ner and ers~n interesteI: in the i.-41'"it tonss ofthe
qo'it' L-not only should such mrn - e e-couraaed
in their trading vovazes to the n,!;-'q norts of
the United States, but when it is con..ider.od that
Captain Hulson of th- Vcti,"ria, v-ica frovn the
sime pseil.o ohilanthrooistq, 'TQ'at -3ritain where
to steal slave from "his ma-ter, is considered as
doing "God service" But for this conduct on the
part of the captain, the ngro co ild easily have
reache- Nanau, where already trial has been had
totattemot the recovery of slave property.-Light
of the Reef.
A woman destitute of morals, will he more at-
trocious in her vicesi than a man. Devils were
maAe from angels.
O.pmosition will often make a man ireat.
The retison whv so few marri'i *is are happy, is
hacanse volln la lies s 'n- their ti;ne in making
nets instead of cables.
A man mist have co-len" e in himself if he
ex'ewts the world to 'i v,' :ay in hinm.
Preefdo-m an-d oin ob')~ervation ever prepare a
peale for great a-id -x'te'isive enterprizes.
The first inire lient in conversation is truth, the
next is good sense, the their ] nofl humor, and the
laist wit.
Never neglect any ov ort-rity of giving your
a Ivice to others. It shows your sin'eriority, at
which they wtll he very much pleased.


!, IINE INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF k-P LLkC-IGoI ...........Nov. 9.
Al -- iUVED.
BriFr Fmire, L vis, 16 days from New York,
to \icKayv ,& thrtshorne.
U S Steamn-r Pointsett, Semm's, from Celar
'te tinr Sirei, Va'i Ve gion, fu Bainbri ge.
TDE PARTED.
U S Stea'nlr Poiasett, Serum-s, for Pensacola.
IMPORTS.
NEW YORK-Per brig Empire-161 bars iron,
316 'cs castinris, 430 pkgs m Ize to McKay &
lartdiorne; 90 p"s castim s, 103 pkgs mdze, XVm
G Ponrer V Co; 103 J D Van-lerventer; 93 P Ho-
bart; 312 J W Gaylard; 75 Harper & Holmes; 10
H R Taylor; 20 Raymond & Hardin; 4 W A & P"
C Cain; 259 Wylie & McKenzie; 109 B S IIaw-
ley; 26 5 Day V Co; 9 Green & Connery; 519
bars iron, 32 pes castings, 216 pkgs mdze, Lock-
hart & Youxg; 247 Avery \ TJones; 893 Dodge V
Gardner; 93tics castings, B Ellison & Co; 2 pkgs
mdze, C J Shepard: 153 S Schiffer; 43 Whitmarsh
,V Richardson, 8 Midden & Adams; 9 T [Hutch-
insg; 14 R J \'9ses; 36 pkgs mdiz, 5 tons pig iron,
Roberts, Allen & Co; 270 sacks salt, T Orman;
120 pkgs mize to,order.
PASSENGERS.
Per brig Empire-J- W Gaylard, G H Torry, A
Dodge, Capt B Howrd, H H Dodg J Caldwell,
E Jones, J A Aborn, R H Thomas, J 0 Vande-
venter, Mr Hughes, MIr Pool, Mr Payson, lady
and child, Mrs Tigh.
Per steamer Siren-J Stevenson and lady,'B
Salter, J Harden, Messrs' Shackelford, Atkins, Ir-
win, Dosenbury.


(51 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.

_;3' Liberal advances made on
consignments of Cotton to New York, Boston or
Liverpool, by S T SKILLMAN,
nov5 33 Water street.

i TFThe 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, Paris,)
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.
STRODHOFF & GRAY,
Chestnut st., next door to the Post Office.
November 5th, 1844. nov5 3t

E XCHANGE.-Drafts on New York and Pro-
vidence, at sight, in sums to suit purchasers.
For sale by T L MITCHEL,
no'9 37 Water street.
50 cases Russets, Kip Brogans, Gents fine and
5 course Boots, Ladies and Misses Slippers,
Do. Walking Shoes, &c., &c.
Just received and for sale by
B ELLISON & CO.,
nov9- 33 Water street.
HOSIERY.-A full assortment of Ladies and
Gentlemen's Hose and half Hose.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
nov9 33 Water street.


FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE
INSURANCE.
THE 2ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY-
Capital $200,000! and the "PROTEC-
TION INSURANCE CO.,-Capital 150,000 !
In addition to the capitals of the above named
companies, they have each a large surplus fund
in reserve. Persons doing business with these
companies, may rest satisfied, that they are
fully INSURED to the amount of their policies,
and that losses will be paid without vexatious
delays or technical objections.


THE subscriber having been appointed
Agent for the above named Companies, is fully
authorized to take risks on the lowest terms.
DANIEL. J. DAY,
nov9 52 Water street.


CROTON (MUTUAL) Ii
CO MPAN Y,


INSURANCE


of the C1:i o' .Vew Yor:-.


Jrun-s T.'rmi, Abraham Van Nest,
John B Lasala, S9iks i 'irandail,
John .I Boyd, William B ozzens,
Edward ichardson, Charles L Vose,
James Pnalen, Joseph B Nones,
John J Herrick, John F Butterworth,
George C De Kay, Samuel Sherwood,
Samuel A Lawrence, Zadock Pratt,
Theodore A Meyer, Herman D Gould,
William P Furniss, Joseph S. Smith,
John T Gilchrist, Elias T Aldrich,
Loring Andrews, Lawrence Hill,
Cyrus Chenery, Thomas Monahan,
George Whitaker, William H Townsend,
James H Siydam, Amos Noyes,
George Palen, John Breasted,
William Burg-oyne, Leonard Appleby.
SAMUEL A LAWLRENCE, President.
JOSEPH B ONES, 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. Trr K MAM ,.
33 Water street.


Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1814.


nov5 6m


Noirse, Stone &c Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,


B. Franklin Nourse,)
[t. B. Stone,
Hiram W. Brooks. )


Apalachicola, Fla.

nov9 ly


Thios. L. Mitchel,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,


nov9


AND


Apalachicola, Fla.


Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING, &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block,


nov9


Apalachicola, Fla.


Removal.
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, &c.
T HE subscriber respectfully gives notice, that
he has REMOVED his stock of Goods to
the new building, corner of Center and Commer-
ce streets, (known as Cant. Simmon's Buildings,)
where he offers for sale at reduce prices, a large
and general assortment of fresh STAPLE and
FANCY GOODS, direct from New York, con-
sisting in part of:-
Black and colored Silks,
Allapaca, Alapeene and Shalla,
Casmerett and Muslin de Lane,
Calicos of new patterns,
Muslin, Linen, Diaper, Shawls,
Fringe Laces, Gimps Fringe, Corsetts, -
Parasols, Ribbons, Cords, Beads,
Silk and Cotton Hose,
And a variety of other fancy articles.
Also-Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, Domestics,
Hats, Caps, Toys, &c., &c.
'To which additional supplies will occasionally
received during the business season, all of which
will be sold at a small advance, for cash.
nov9 tf N. SEYMOUR.


NOTICE -Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Hon'le Win. G. M. Davis, Judre of
the County Court of Franklin county, for letters
of administration on the estate of Donald Camp,
bell, late of said county, deceased.
WILLIAM A. ARCHER.
Apalachicola, Nov. 7th, 1844. nov9 6w
LOOK OUT !-The person who carried away
a Velvet Rose Bush, from the rear of the
store No. 47 Water street, will save themselves
the mortification of being exposed, by returning
the same immediately. nov9 It
EW GOODS !-Just received per late arri-
vals, a large assortment of STAPLE DRY
GOODS, consisting of:
Muslins, New style Prints, Jaconetts,
Lace Muslins. Fringes, Dimity, Checks,
Mouslin de Laines, Shawls, Flannels,
Curtain Calicos, Sheetings, Shirtings, &c.,
For sale at reduced prices by
B ELLISON & CO.,
nov9 33 Water street.

TO SPORTSMEN, &c.-A few choice Rifles
and double barreled Guns, English and
French Percussion Caps, Powder Flasks, Nipples,
Wrenchers, &c., together with a great variety of
Fish Hooks, Lines, Snells, Artificial Flies, and
fishing tackle. Just received and for sale by
B ELLISON & CO.,
nov9 33 Water street.


0 PIECES of superior Kentucky Bagging,
just received from New Orleans.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
nov5 33 Water sireet.


Tailoring Establishment.
T HE subscriber, having just arrived from New
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.
Apalachicola, Oct. 26, 1844.


EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF NEW
" Znmw./a(/e .anal Retail.-The
subscribers are just ree-'-r.'ii, a ida'", .. T- .
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.
DERFUMARY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c.,
J Superior Cologne Water;
Lavender do.
Orange do.
Bay do.
Essential Oils, of all kinds;
Balm of Columbia; Hair Dye;
Tooth Brushes, assorted;
Hair do do.
Cloth Brushes; Combs;
Playing Cards, French and American.
Also, a variety of Fancy Articles, Soaps, &c.,
just received, and for sale at
JOHN JONES'
Hair Dressing Saloon,
octl9 3m Centre, near Commerce street.
HE subscribers are receiving their fall stock
of Groceries consisting of
Java and Rio Coffee, Mackrel, Cheese,
St. Croix Loaf Sugar, Codfish, Segars,
A first rate article of Brandy and Gin.
Also-Negro Shoes and Blankets, Gunny Bag-
ging and Kentucky Rope. All of which will be
sold low. WYLIE & McKENZIE,
oct26 42 Water st.
UGARS, COFFEE, FLOUR, &c.-Received
S 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.
AKE NOTICE.-All persons .are forbid oc-
cnipyiTig Lerry rS-n te Tiy o Apalachicola,
or ground in its vicinity, belonging to the "APA-
LACHICOLA LAND COMPANY," without
permission.
Any person occupying said lots or ground
without permission, are hereby notified, that the
subscriber is authorized for the sale of the same,
and if they do not come forward; necessary steps
will be taken to protect the rights of the Com-
pany.
All persons are also, notified not to trespass
upon the lands by cutting Live Oak, Cedar, other
timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN, d.gent
.dpal'a Land Co.,
oct7 Im for .dpal'a and its vicinity.
SUGARS.-10 hhds Porto Rico and St. Croix
Sugars, for sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st-
DRIME PORK.-12 bbls. Prime Pork, just re-
I eived and for sale by
.DODGE & GARDNER,
aug19 40 Water st.
AINTS, OILS, OAKUM, &c.-Just received
per brig Caroline E. Platt,
50 kegs Pure and No. 1, White Lead;
200 gals best Lamp Oil;
200 do boiled Linseod Oil;
10 bales Oakum, for sale low by
mepoc W A WOOD, 23 Water st,


Lands

ii


requested :to
with Mr. Pitt
remain another


s in Jackson County. Fall and Winter Arrangemau t
HE Lands that I offered for RENT THE U. S. Mail steamer SIRM.
n Jackson county, can be obtained will leave Ap achicola,every
n my absence, from F R Pittman, TUSDAY and SATURDAY
Esq., Marianna, and those now living night at 12 o'clock.
n any of the following parcels, are Leaves Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY
cone forward and settle the rent and SUNDAY evenings a 8 o'clock, and Chat-
man, without delay, if they wish to tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12
er yea', o'clock, M.
Places. VAN VEGHTEN & ShARPLESS,
Armstro-g Plantation, o14 ontRPLESS,
Slaughter Contracto
Whitus FOR HAVANA, via. KEY.WES-
Marshall The fast sailing Schr. ALLIGATOI -
Coward f" Smith, master, will meet with dte ,qp
Holmes' Valley for the above ports. For freight or passage --
John Brown P"'j to the master, or to
BJELLISrNo&nCO.


INSURANCE AGENCIES.

THE "GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST
COMPANY," with a Capital of $500,000
paid in, and security invested, will take FIRE,
INLAND, and MARINE RISKS, on as low
terms as any other good Office in the United
States. The above named Company having paid
a large amount of losses in this City during- the
past ten years, and in every instance, to the en-
tire satisfaction of the parties assured; rely upon
their well earned reputation for a continuance.
03- THE subscribers having been appointed
Agents of the above named Company, are fully
prepared, and are authorized to act as such.
J DAY & CO.,
nov9 52 Water street.


New and 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 Ybrk, 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 Brown Sheetings,
Umbrellas and Shades,
Mitts, Gloveks."uffs, &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, col'd and black Kid Slippers,
Walking Shoes,
col'd and bl'k Gaiter Boots,
Variety of Misses and Cbildrens' Shoes and
Bootees.
Hats a-Lud 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 hlie 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 o01
your patronage.
FRANCIS KOPMAN,
Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings.
A)alachicola, Nov. 1, 1844.


75 BBLS St. Croix Sugar;
50 do Rio Coffee; 40 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
B ELLISON & CO.,
nov5 33 Water street.


N CONSIGNMENT-150 pieces Kentucky
Bagging; 150 coils Bale Rope. Also, a lot
of choice Hams, cured in Georgia, for sale by
McKAY & HARTSAORNE,
oct25 40 Water st.


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


owrn s ,Ai=irt;G.ob.-iw uuoxes ooap;
10 do Sperm Candles, for sale by
sep30 40 Water st.


DISSOLUTION OF CO-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 in the
Courts of Walton, Washington, Jackson, Calhoun
and Franklin counties, Fla., and in Henry, Dale
and Coffee counties, Ala., and in the Court of
Appeals, Tallahassee.
Mr. TAYLOR, has located himself in Abbe-
ville, Ala., and will practice in all the Courts of
that Circuit, and the adjoining counties in Florida
C. C. YONGE,
JOHN B. TAYLOR.
Apalachicola, Oct. 13, 1844. 'o26 1m


D ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The late firm of CHESTER, FARRIOR &
McGRIFF," is this day dissolved by mutual con-
sent of the parties. Hugh M. Farrior, is duly
authorized to settle all the unfinished business of
said firm. WILLIAM CHESTER,
HUGH M. FARRIOR,
EPHALY McGRIFF.
Apaladhicola, Oct. 15th, 1844. o19 1m


LUM ER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
havi cg been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the C unty of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties a ertaining to said appointment.
0- O ice corner Commerce and Forbes street.
JOHN LUCAS.
Analathicola. Oct. 15. 1844. ol19 tf


ATTO]
WILL
wl
care wih
dress hir
lar atter
Gadsden
Tallahas
Office,
Apalac


L. W. Spratt,
LNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
for the future reside in this city. All
p have committed legal business to his
e a resident of Quincy, will please ad-
at this place. He will continue a regu-
lance upon the courts of Jackson and
counties, and the Court of Appeals at
ee.
over W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street.
aicola, Jan. 8, 1844.


T HE-subscriber has just received per brig
Car line E. Platt, a fresh and fashionable as-
sortmeni of FALL and WINTER GOODS, con-
sisting it part, as follows:-
Ger ts Calf skin Boots; Do extra fine.;
Da. Calf sewed water-proof do.;
Do. do pegged do do.;
Dr. fine Calf sewed Brogans;
Me)s kip do.; Do. cows hide Boots;
Db. calf sewed long quartered Shoes;
DI. Morocco and seal skin Slippers;
Lac ies kid walking Shoes, Gaiters, &c.; /
Do fluted lawn Bonnetts;
1-o white lace Neapolitan do; /
Inftnts Caps; Kid gloves, &c., &c.
For sale cheap by
sep30 FRANCIS KMAN.
1 Oi' BBLS Northern Flour, .4ust landing
from Brig Manhatten, apd for sale by
B. EL ~ON & CO.,
nov5 '3 Water street.
T RUGS, MEDICINE,/&c-The subscriber
I has just opened a/fe~h supply of Drugs,
Mediciies, &c. All ,)rders from the country
prompt y attended to. B. S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestput & Commerce streets

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


B ELLISON & CO.,
nov 33 Water streu(.
2OR NEW YORK-Star Line- -`*
new -id splendid Packet brig EMPIK
ortebLewis, rtaster, will meet with despe -
for the above port. For freight or passage, [a'
ing elegant accornmooions, apply to
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
v 40 Water street
FOR FREIGHT 01i CHARTER -
the fast sailing brig PARAGON, Br-ay-
n*', master, for terms, apply to
nov9 T L M!TCHELg_" trf
ot STOR FOR RENT.-Will be rent-
edat puc auction, on the premises, ,n
.j" L SATURDAY next, the 16th inst, t'e
Brick Store No. 6 CGlumbus Buildings, (next 0o
the Hydraulic Cotton Tress,) for the year e.ndhg
1st October, 1845.
Terms-One-half payable the 1st Jan., 18-.
the balance the 1st March following, with satn
factory security. B. F. NOURSE,
Special Bailiff
Apalachicola, Nov. 4th, 1844. nov9 2t
. FOR RENT.-The two story DWF'
!'" LING HOUSE, situated on High store,
. between the residences of Mr. Baltz-
and Mr. Orman.
Also, the HOUSE next to W. Patry's Bake;,V
fronting on Market street. For terms, apply r
T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water street.
.,'; FOR RENT.-Two small DWELLINGS
SHOUSES frontier on Columbus stre -
near the residence 61 Capt. Ellison.
Possession given immediately, for particukrs,
apply to T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water st., up stairs.


S FOR RENT.-The STORE HOUSE
fronting on Commerce, near Chestnut i:..,
i occupied last season by Geo. Brown.
Possession given immediately. For terms, &,-
apply to T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water st., up stairs
REGIMENTAL ORDER&
HEAD QUARTERS,
THIRD REDG'T, 1st Brigade, F. M.
Apalachicola, Oct. 12th, 1844. )
THE Companies composing the Third Regi-
ment, First Brigade, Florida Militia, com-
prising the Counties of Calhoun and Frankia,
will assemble at Apalachicola on Saturday, TU,-
16th day of November next, at 10 o'clock, A. In
fully armed and equipped as the law directs: f'r-
Regimental parade and inspection.
The Regiment will be formed at half-past 1t
o'clock on Live Oak street, in front of the dwf!.
nut street, displaying westwardly.
The commissioned and non-commissioned cii-
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 th.-
strength and equipment of their said compabics
to the Adjutant of the Regiment, at least *'.
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. H. HUGHES,
Adjutant 3d Reg't, F. M.
Apalachicola, Oct. 12, 1844.


o14 Im


G OSHEN BUTTER-A few firkins, of su pe.-
S rior quality, for sale by
NOURSE, STONE, & Co.
oct26 46 Water st
W INDOW GLASS.-20 boxes 8 by 10 Pte-.
sylvania Window Glass, a superior art'
For sale very low, by
J STEVENSON & CO,,
octS 45 Water sre*t
CORN.-200 bushels New Corn, received rp.
C steamer Siren, for sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 2 aterA
O N CONSIGNMENT.-Indij and Gur v
0 Bagging; Manilla and Kentocky be, di.
expected by brig Virginia, wlicdh vT Oe i'.'-
low by JA"F F.WaTOR,
sep30 Water s
PAINTS, OILS, GLA & .
P 100 kegs WhiteAead;
5 bb1s Linsyt Oil; 5 Ao Lamp.,;
75 boxs Gl-assorted sizes; ;
100 lbs V egris; Paint Brushes;
Copel Varnish, itherage, Red Lead, &c., &9 P
Just /eive4d,.and -.eale by F
-u-/B. S HAWI,Ft,
jel ,or. Chestnut & Commercfae "..
TORTOAICO SUGAR-10 bis sucrior q.' "-
Port Rico-Sugar, for sale by RDNR -
DODGE & ,.-RDNER,
DseODG 40 Water t
sep1.0
pR SALE LOW fror the Wharf:- -
150 bhls Potatoes, 40 do Oniops;
75 do Lime:. 21do App-leo-
1000 bunches Tn L MionsE
nov5 37 Watr street,
O LD PFiCH BRANDYI ObblsOld ~ -o
0 Brady, and a small 6 of Old Mbnoa-h
Whiskdf, now landin-tnd for sale by -
N USE, STONE & Co.
,ct26 t 4 Wa a t. -
SM. G. PORTER & CO., offer ifor sale a lat
W and welI selected stock of DRY GOO1
consisting of:-
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys; :-
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets; -'
Foreien and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings .
B ea Shirtings;.
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other article in their liti adapt
to the country trade. dec*-y-


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JAS. B. '"TARR,
nov5 3t 48 Watfb street.
C O-PARTNERSHIP.-C. W. WORDI, hav-
ing associated himself with J. L. FITCO in
the Watch and Jewelry business, and under tRe
name and style of "FITCH & WORDIN," re-
spectfully informs their friends and the public,
that they will on or about the 1st of Novamber
next open their stock of-

WATCHES, JEWELRY AND
C nsisting of Gold and Silver
,---- W"-y. A'mhI, c.f-, cirin; fB Orh'es,
:*-. .mA Rings. Spectacles, Pencils, Studs,
Sleeve and Collar Buttons, Head Ornaments,
Lockets, Miniture-Cases, Bracelets, Music-Boxes,
Purses, Wallets, Knives, Scissors, Razors and
Razor Straps; Tooth, Nail and Lather Brushes;
Snuff and Tobacco Boxes, Violin Strings, &c.
JOHN L. FITCH,
CHAS. W. WORDIN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 19th, 1844.
(U- N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair-
ing WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY by
C. W. Wordin-all work warranted. o19 tf


Blacksnithing, &c.
THE subscriber respectfully in-
forms the citizens of Apalachicola
v and its vicinity, that he has erect-
ed on Commerce (in the rear of
/,,, No. 22 Water) street, a BLACK-
SMITH'S SHOP, where he is pre-
pared to execute with neatness and despatch,
and on the most reasonable terms, all work in his
line of business, entrusted to his care.
RICHARD PARKER.
Apalachicola, Oct 19th, 1844-3m


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LEGAL NOTICES.

Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
,Robert J. Floyd, comp't.,
vs. IN ;HANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al,
defendants. -
IT appearing ,t the Court from a tidavit filed in
This cause. chat said Lewis Ctr.is and George
Griswold, trustees of the Apa..chicola Land
Company, and said John M. Berrien and David
Selden, wvho 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 i' tnhe
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a noMce be
published once a week for the space of foe,' months
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper.
printed in this district, before tht ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defep-dants, and each
of them, to appear and aniger, otherwise the
complainants bill will bletaken pro confesso:
against them (a cOfy-teste.)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Cle-1
Apalachicola, May 30tb, 1814. f'e'4m
Franklinl Superior Coirt.
AT C/lAMBERS.
Robert MIay, comp't., ]
vs. ( I CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al., CHANCERY.
defendants. '
IT appearing to ,the Cou'< from affidavit filed
in this cau.e, that sad Lewis Curtis and
George Griswold, truste-S of the Apalachicola
Land Company, and satd John M. Berrien and
David Selden, who are defendants in said cause,
reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit:
the said Curtis and G-iswold, in thIe 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 tite "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be take pro confesso:
against them. (a copy-teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1814. jel 4m
Franklin ttperior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't.
vs.
Dodge, McDougald, Calhoun
and Bass, trustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-
chicola Lot Company; CANCERY.
Lewis Curtis and George CANCERY.
Griswold, trustees of the
Apalachicola Land Co.;
Myers, assignee in
'bankruptcy of George VW.
Ross, defendants.
T appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in
this cause that said Daniel McDougald, James
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis
and George Griswold; and Myers, reside
beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the
said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the
state of New York; and the said Bass in the state
of Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
lished once a week for the space of four months
before the ensuing term of this Court, itn iLm
this District, requiring said decnhaftsi eiP -
and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
be taken pro confesso: against them.
(copy teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 31st, 18414. jel 4m


Apalachicola District of Florida.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
and In Chancery.
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts.
T appearing to the Court, from the report of
the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed,
That the following sums are due by the parties
hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments here-
tolbore called in, on their stock in the Franklin
Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby given to the parties respectively,
to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver
iu said cause, together with the interest thereon,
from the first day of March, 1843, or their respec-
tive shares will be sold at public auction, in ac-
'corlinc, with a decree of the Court of Chancery
for the District aforesaid, to pay the several
amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wednes-
.-day in December next, to wit:
Dar,iel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st
"Maarch, 1843................... .$1,660 00
"iuQsn A. Thornton, 3,310 61
Burtan Hepburn, or his assigns, were
1n4bted on the same day and year... 972 76
Saon b Howell.................... 365 98
By orhr of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack,
Jud. e of tLe Superior Court of Franklin county,
Sin th"\Apa .lhicola District of Florida.
X R. J. MOSES,
V \Master in Chancery.
Apalac otAlgust 19, 1844.
Apala.chico District of Florida.
In S% iPer ACt0f""t--.Frantlin County.
IphonieLou^- ^ bo
h vs. (o IN CHANCERY.
David D Churchill,t Bil', foreclose Mortgage.
T ;appearifg.,"to the Court affidavit, that, the
Ssaid David D. Churchill, 1e above defendant,
.. ,its beyond the jurisdiction,f this Court, and
he Territory of Florida, but within the
iteh tes: It is ordered, that'ublication be
made inue
Apalachico newspaper pubhlishe-in the city of
.. hi once a week for four-nonths re-
q..uiring him pear and answer the ii bi:1 of
complaint on abo t id bill of
time or theai before the expiratioi, of that
t agamn st hem, aind ill be taken as cofessed
premises tm, as to the Cosu further order given the
premises as to the Cormay seem justice.
(Copy-Teste.) GEm F. B.ALTZELL,
J. & L. BRANCH, ". B ,-.,
I" Clerk.
Solicitors for Compf ek
Apalachiola. Feb. 28, 181l ._ mll-4m
GOSHEN BUTT-ER-A few min ,
G, rior quality, for sale by ns, of supe-
oct26 NOURSE, STONE, \Co.
~oct246 Wa r st.
WTINDOW GLASS.-20 boxes 8 by 10 n-
V sylvania Window Glass, a superior artics'
For sale very low, by
J STEVENSON & CO.,
oct8 45 Water street.
.FOR SALE LOW from the Wharf:-
.' 150 bbls Potatoes; 40 do Onions;
75 do Lime; 21. do Applesi
1000 bunches Onions, by
T L MITCHEL,
nov5 37 Water street.
CORN.-200 bushels New Corn, received per
steamer Siron, for sale by
seep30 IV A WOOD, .3 Water s.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, 1 shall apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis. Judge of the
County Court of Franklin count'v, for letters of
administration on the estate ofDavid D. Churchill,
late of said county, deceased. -
BENJAMIN ELLISON.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, i844. nov5 6w
N OTICE.-Six week,' after date I will apply
to the Hon. Richbrd H. Long, Judge of the
County Court of Jactson County, for Letters of
Administration on the estate of William H1. L.
Russ, late of said county, deceased.
WILLIAMS D. DICKSON.
Marianna. Ject. 8, 1814. ol 4 6w
NOT'jcE-Six months after date I will apply
t, the Hon. Judge of the County Court for
Fralin County, for letters of dismission on the
e,ate of John Norton, late of said county, de-
-eased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. a20 6m
OTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court of
Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the
administration on the estate of Sampson Pope,
late of' said county deceased.
SA-AH H. POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson County, July 26, 1S14. a3-6omn
NOTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of
dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.
H. B. STONE, Administrator.
Apalachicola, May 1(, 1814. myls8 6m
OTICE.-AlIl 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 timn
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, Admrs.
STEPHEN JACKSON, 5 Admrs.
Jackson County, Oct. 26, 18441. o26 2m

Runaway Negro.
COMMITTED to jail on the 2d instant,
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 3N inches high, and says that
his name is "SAM." Any person owning said
negro, will please come forward, prove property,
pay charges and take himn away, or he will be
dwelt with according to law.
C. J. SHEPARD, Sheriff;
of Franklin County.
Apalachicola, Nov. 5th, 1814. 6mupf


$200 Reward!
^ RUNAWAY from the subscriber about
two years ago, two negro men, JOHN"
and "ALBERT." Albert is about thirty-
I *five years of age, and about 5ft 5in in height,
is thick and heavily built, has a very black skin,
and is a negro of tremendous althetic make. John
is about 5ft 6in in height, is stout, well made and
very muscular; his skin is not very black, but
rather between that of a black negro and a dark
rnolatto. It is well known to many, that the
above named negroes were at worK auuI UUi. .
-a-,'-;.1 0 1 l- urm .ti eQfer the sub-
s'rntIrNlet d l^ rla, a' ncl--fiop ila-, e I It IL C IaL
been seen during the last six months in that
neighborhood, and it is believed that they are
still thereabouts. The above reward of $200,
will be paid for their apprehension and lodge-
ment in any jail, or otherwise, so that I get them,
or 1l00 for either of them.
JOHN D. GRAY.
per JESSE F. POTTS.
St. Joseph, Oct. 14th, 1844. o19 lm


$200 Reward !
^ RUNAWAY, or stolen, two Onegroes
"LYCINDA" and JIM."-Lucinda left
about the 21st August; she is between 20
g and 30 years of age, dark complexion, deli-
cate made, sway back, small hands and feet, good
countenance and extremely proud ; she was pur-
chased of L B Randall, living on the Upatoie,
9 miles from Columbus, on the 1.5th of January,
1843, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th inst.,
he is a likely young fellow, 20 years of age, and
is about 6 foot high, dark complexion, a little
knock-kneed; wore off a straw hat, white panta-
loons and cloth coat, and has left his mother and
father, and seven brothers and sisters; conse-
quently we have just grounds for believing (hav-
ing found a free pass in the possession of one of
the other negroes,) that one Lucy A. Bartee, and
her son Washington Stevenson, has feloniously
inveigled, stolen, taken and carried off the above
named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her 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 2 ith 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. 2.5th, 1844. o7 6t
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;
Foieign and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings;
c" Shirtings
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other article in their line adapted
1' the country trade. dec4 y
(-N CONSIGNMENT.-India and Gunny
k- sagging; Manilla and Kentucky Rope, daily
expected by brig Virginia, which will be sold
low by JAS F FARRIOR,
sep30 33 Water st.
PAINTS, LLS, GLASS, &c.
. 100 kegswhite Lead;
5 bbls L'qseed Oil; 5 do Lamp;
S75 boxs Glwas-assorted sizes;
100 lbs Verdegis; Paint Brushes;
Copel Varnish, Litherare, Red Lead, &c., &c.
Just received, ard for sale by
R. S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce steets.
ORTO RICO SUGAR-i6 bls superior quality
Porto Rico Sugar, for sale 'hy
DODGE & GARDNER,
se0 40 Water st.


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Tax Notice ;
N conformity with an Ordinance, passed by
the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa-
lachicola, March 22d, 1844, entitled "An Ordin-
ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City."
I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of De-
cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the
Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public
outcry to the highest iLc-"', so much of the fol-
lowing described property, as will bring double
the amount annexed, together with all costs and
charges of sale.
Blocks. Lots. To whom assessed. ets.
36 1)}
D2 4 A. T. Bennett ......... 22 00
26 2 15& 3 C. E. Bartlett......... 8 75
26 2 & 3)
H2 3 L. Birdsal,............ 2 50
H2 4 J. C. Birdsal........... 2 350
F1 9 & 12 Calhoun & Bass,....... 10 00
Al 1 John Evans,........... 2 50
D2 1 & 9 )
H I 5&16 C.Edmondson......... 29 00
Imp'd E2 11 John Gilmore.........2 5u
43 6 F. R. Griffin ...........i 00
1 9 Estate of John Gillispie, 2 25
C2 6 & 7 Jacob llarvey,......... 7 50
Imp'd A2 7 John Kerns........... 3 50
Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy,........ 2 50
8 2 J.C. Love............. 300
17 3 Williamr Low.......... 3 00
B2 11 Charles McKinney,..... 5 00
Imp'd E2 10 J. Martin.............. 425
Imp'd A2 6 Mitchell Marzell,...... 3 25
E2 5 Jno. T. Myrick,......... 500
Fl 11 Joseph Mitchell,....... 4 50
E2 9 K. McKenzie.......... 500
Il 4 & 17 R. Maitland & sons,.... 7 00
H1I1 9 & 12 Peter and Jos Mitehel.. 6 00
15 8 A. J. Norris........... 3 00
30 7 Ogden & Ferguson ..... 1 25
Imp'd C2 00 Dan'l. Ryan .......... 3 25
Imp'd A 00 John Ragan...........2 25
Imp'd A2 2 Frank White,.........3 00
7 4 Thos. L. Wingate..... .2 75
F2 15 Henry Williams,....... 6 00


Apalachicola,


PETER HOBERT, -
City Tax Collector.
June 7th, 1844. jel5 6m


ALT.-1,200 bushs Coarse Salt of a superior
quality, just received on consignment.
For sale by
RAYMOND & HARDIN,
sep3o 33 Water st.


PROSPECTUS OF THE
GEORGIA SENTINEL.

N Evening Paper, to be published in the City
of Savannah, Ga., devoted to Politics, Coinm-
merce, Agriculture and General Intelligence.
TIhe increasing importance of our flourishing
and beautiful city-the facilities enjoyed in the
transmission of the mails-and the absense of an
Evening Paper in Savannah-all conspire to render
the proposed publication at least expedient, if not
necessary.
Whilst the Paper will bear principally a com-
mercial character, we shall endeavor to make it
useful and interesting to all classes of the commu-
nity, by rendering it a disseminator of truth-an
advocate of virtue-and censor of vice. In pur-
suing the plan determined upon, the following
will comprise the leading departments of the Pa-
per, which we hope will carry the cheerfulness of
knowledge and the light of truth wherever it is
received.
POLITICS.-We shliall sustain the great Republi-
can doctrines embraced in the Virginia and Ken-
tuckey Resolutions of 1798-'99, astmaintained by
Jefferson, Madison, Troup, Ilayne, Calhoun, and
other distinguished advocates of State Rights-and
more recently set forth by the Democratic Con-
vention at Baltimore, in May last-as forming
what we conceive to be the fundamental principles
of our Goverment. Thus having for our motto-
Free Trade-Low Duties-No ID)ebt-Seperation
from Bianks-Economy--Retrenchment-and a
strict adherc-rcnto the Conyituftion, and placing
ourself upon the broad bias of the latter, we can in-
voke alike the fidelity of the "Unionist" and the
zeal of' the "' Nullifier, in maintaining inviolate
its compromises, whereby alone our civil and re-
ligious liberties can be secured to us, and the bless-
ings of our glorious Union perpetrated.
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, howeverwill the dignity of the press be
yielded, bypernitting it to become the vehicle of
scurrility or vulgar personal abuse.
Believing the nominees of the Ealtimore Con-
vention, JAMES K. POLK and GEORGE M. DALLAS,
fully competent to discharge the duties of Presi-
dent and Vice President of the United States, we
shall endeavor to promote their election, by all
honorable means.
CoiMERiEciAL.-Under thishead will be found the
latest statements of the various markets for our
staple productions, both Foreign and Domestic-
together with a carefully corrected Weekly Re-
view of our own market.
AGcRiCvL'rumrj.-WVhatever may be deemed ofin-
terest to those engaged in Agricultural pursuits,
shall have due attention, and no pains will be
spared to make our paper interesting to the Farmer,
in comparison to which, all other trades and pro-
fessions may be said to be but the frieze and cor-
nice.
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.-In this department
will be found a general synopsis of the passing
events of the day, together with occasional selec-
tion from the best Literary Periodicals, both For-
eign and domestic. In fine whatever will have a
tendency to develop the rich and varied natural
resources of our State, elevate the moral charac-
ter of its citizens or promote the prosperity and
happiness of the community in which we live,
shall meet with our ardent and humble support.
CONDITIONS.
THE DAILY SENT'rINEL, will be published every
afternoon, on an imperial half sheet, and deliver-
ed in any part of the City, at Six DOLLARS per
annum, payable in advance.
THE GEORGIA SENTINEL, for the country, vwill h,
issued once a week, on a Super. E oyal sheet, and
forwarded bv nmaig v ;i ,-' ', J-.""'. 'L 'I -
yUv,1L oraR a Ingle cop ---. o copies 1r -.- ,
-or five copiesfor l10-payable invariably in ad-
I...- .; -'1 oo..taLii all the reading matter of
the daily paper, including Editorials, Gommuica-
titns, a Weekly Review of the Savannah Mar-
ket, &c.
p( Advertisements will be inserted in the Daily
Paper at fifty cents per square, for the first and
twenty-five cents for each continuance. In the
Weekly, fifty-cents per square, will be charged
for each insertion.
The first Number will appear about the first of
October next, or sooner, if the necessary arrange-
ments can be made and a sufficient number of
subscribers obtained to warren the publication.
S -- Persons wishing to subscribe will please hand
in their names immediately, and those holding sub-
scription lists will forward them by the first ofOc-
tober, or sooner, if convenient.
Communications by Mail must be post paid, to
insure attention.
r n t WILLIAM B. IIARRISON.
Editors in this and adjoining States, by giving
the above a few insertions, will confer a favor,
which will be duly appreciated, and reciprocated
the first opportunity.
, A Subscription list will be found at this
office.-SAVANNAHI, SEPTEMBER 3, 1844.


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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, 184"1. 5 jyl


Merriwether county-It is due the publicwho
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 t&
the Warm Springs. In its Topographical situa-
tion, it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering-
place in the United States. The Medicinal vir-
tues of its Waters from the Chemical analysis sub-
mitted to the public by the States Geologist, has
aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu-
matism; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis; Diar-
rher; Dysentary; Dispepsy, and all diseases of the
skin and Kidneys.
In addressing this note to you sir, I have only
complied with the earnest solicitations of soiA,,
kind friends who have been either radically eredq
or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Waters,
of the Warm Springs.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consi-.
deration your obedient servant,
J. J. BOSWELL.
To Col. S. R. Bonner.


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Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the
American reader, in a concentrated state, and
where the interest or importance of the subject
de4nands it, in the most detailed and ample form
every topic of political commercial, domestic and
miscellaneous interest wfiich has occurred in Eu-
rope, or elsewhere, since the departure cf the
previous packet; especial regard being paid to
whatever is most connected with or relates to the
political, social, and commercial well-being of
the Union, or the adjacent British province. In
short, it takes a glance a: every circumstance in
which the inhabitants of the Great Western con-
tinent can possibly feel En interest. It puts the
Americrn reader in possession, the moment it
comes to hand, of whatever has transpired during
the interval in Furope-personal, political and
commercial.
It has already attained a very high character,
and may with great prop iety he said to contain
the BEST PRICES C JRRENT; the BEST
SHIPPING LIST; and s the BEST EUROPE-
AN NEWSPAPER which reaches this country-
from England; for it comprises in a condensed
form of twenty-four colunrms, every description of
news of interest of America, which had transpir-
ed in England and other Foreign parts, from the
sailing of the previous u-) to the hour of depar-
ture of the Steam ship vich conveys the forth-
coming number.
,t It will be sold at 21 cents per copy only.
Amongst other numbewous and flattering testi-
monials, the Boston Morling Post, sbys:
"We are greatly indebted to this newspaper for
our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial news.
One number of Willmeq- & Smith's European
Times is worth a whole Ele of any other English
paper."
Published at Liverpool just before the steamer
sails by WILLIAM & SMITH. Subscription
FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM.

IT is the intention of the proprietors of the
'EUROPEAN TIMEs," to publish EXTRAS, con-
aining a digest similar t4 the European Times, -
but more condensed: pri e three cents per copy,
vhich I shall have forward by post and railway


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JOSEPH SCHROTD,
No. 44 Water, near Chestnut st.
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F-&.TENT

SIX BARIREL SELJF-RrEVOL- 0
VING AND IREPEATING
PISTOLS.
D EALER 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-
fumesjfor Handkerchiefs, &c.
Bear's Oils ; Toilette Mirrors;
Fine Cloths, I-lair and Tooth Brushes;
Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs;
Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders;
Morocco Pocket Books ; Tweezers;
Ladies' Fine Feather Fans;
Feather Dusters; Key Rings;
Violin and Violin Strings
Sewing & Knitting Needles, &c., &c.
Also, a good supply of single and double bar-
reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which he
offers cheap for Cash.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf


Tailoring.
TTHE subscribers respectfully
- f1 informs the citizens of Apalachi-
.'.&'. cola, and its vicinity, that having
j''is- *' entered into a co-partnership they
,'^' '^ are prepared at Mr. Cray's old
$ \ stand, on Chestnut street, next
tl' door to the Post Oflice; to exe-
\\1 cute all orders in their line of
.. '] .-- i business, in a wvorkmarnlike man-
......' hner, and in the latest and most
fashionable style, and general satisfaction wnar'-
ranted to all those who may favor them with their
patronage". STRODHOt'F & GRAY.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, SI-Ji. nov5


UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York.
THE undersigned respectfully
inform the Old Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
DRY, formerly known as "JAMES
CONNER'S" and more recently as
A"CONNER & CooK's," and the pub-
lic in general, that they are prepared to execute
orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c,
and every other article necessary to form com-
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable
terms, and of as good a quality as any other es-
tablishment in the Unitei States.
The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
in style of face, and the material of which it is
made, particularly adapted for serviceCin News-
paper Printing.
W- All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order.
N. B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above
three times, previous to November next, will be
entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four
times the amount of the three insertions.
JAMES CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m

WARM SPRINGS.
MERIWETIIER COUNTY, GEORGIA.
:< .: THE PROPRIETORS of this watering
place, have been induced to open their
-il ltae'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 induements to persons
seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to
those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
say come, and come early, if you wish to be
benefited. These Springs have proved a certain
cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
and in no instance have invalids failed to be bene-
fited who have visited them, for the proof of
which, we can refer to innumerable certificates,
some from the most respectable gentlemen in the
State.
To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will say this
much, that we intend to ofi'er inducements enough
to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
South. We intend to keep a better House than
we ever have kept, (and it is said that we generally
kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirely
new; our houses have all been repaired, and the
whole place presents a new and beautiful appear-
ance. The temperature of the atmosphere is fine,
the thermometer seldom rising above 86 degrees.
Our Baths are in as good order as they can be, and
for the benefit of those who have not paid us a
visit, we will describe them : they are 6 in number,
each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressing
room attached to each, and are so arranged as to
raise the water to any depth required; our Spring
affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of
water per minute; the temperature of the water
is precisely 90 degrees. The analysis as taken by
Dr. J. B. C. ttihi'., State Geologist, is as follows:
IHeight above the level of the sea, 7934 feet-
quantity one wine pint. or 28,875 cubic ineiches-
specific gravity 0,998-distilled water being 1,000.
GASES-Caibonic acid gas,....2 cubic inches.
Sulphurate of Hydrogen,............. a trace.
SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lime,......... 1 grain.
Carbonate of Iron, -................ 3 5 g-rains.
Carbonate u li' ,2ali-, s ,.........10 09 grains.
The tempreramure of the Water, winter and sum-
n mer, 90 degrees."
A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly
for riding, three miles in length; it leads to the
summit of a Mountain, where you behold one of
the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
road has also been made to the .well known
COLD SPRING, only iths of a mile from the
Hotel; this Spring si said by all w'ho have seen it,
to he the finest cold water in the world.
The amusements at the Springs are various.-
The Ball Room is opened nightly and the services
of one of the best Musicians in this section of the
country, is engaged to take charge of it.
We intend to devote our time exclusively this
season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hope
to be able, between us, to please all, and see that
none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too, will
give his whole attention.
Our charges will be the same as heretofore,
') per month for Board and Lodging. Baths,
free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and
sold at fair prices. These Springs are 35 miles
north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green-
ville. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching
here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augusta. Macon
and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and
Hacks run daily from both places here, so there
will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage
also leaves Columbus three times a week by the
way of" Hamilton, for the Springs.
The Proprietors will be ready to receive Com-
pany on the first May.
SEYMOUR R. BONNER.
.WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.
- The Warm Springs are so well known that we
do think it necessary to trouble the public with a
long array of certificates, setting forth their claims
to the patronage of the invalid, as well as the
man of health and pleasure. We will therefore
only invite the attention of the reader to the fol-
lowing letter from Doet. J. J. Boswell, of Colum-
bus:
COLUMnUS, March 23d, 1844.
Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodating
and courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of


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Tai~oring.
8r- TERMS-Cash on Delivery. -fn
Fall and Winter Fashions just rc-c(iv'd.
TTHE subscriber respectfully
~/. : -informs the Citizens of'Apalachi-
f.',j': .W cola, and its vicinity, that he has
P' ,, removed his TAILORING 'S-
,T A LIABLIS1HMENTI to ithe new
r building of Capt. Simmnons, corner
L';' \ ,. of Centre and Comnimerce street,
.1 ;; \ 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.
iN. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to.
JAS. C. COLEMAN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf


RUGS, MEDICINES, &c.-The subscriber
has just opened a iresh supply of Drugs,
Medicines, &c. All orders from the country
promptly attended to. B. S. HAWLEY,
jel cor. Chestnut & Commerce street&
r-SNABURGS.-10 bales Cotton Osnaburgs,
0.J Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by
sep30 W A WOOD, 23 Water st




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VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA SATURDAY *
NOVEMBER '.'
.' 9, 1344."MEBCIAL ., ; ;_ ,
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. ADVERTISER, CAR D S. CARDS. From tile<< New York American '. ,.. ." '. .

PUBLISHED SATURDAYS THE U"RECOHDEDGRAVE': ". r .... '....' .rt _. i- f

BY JEREMIAH: DAY. DAXTCI. J. DAY. N._YORK!.N. ORLEANS. OLUMBUS,_& ._&..c.rnrn Who: 'esteth'1Iere' 1 ..,..,. < '. 11

i3, lu !tljn@] : ) C D" Iba .j'1W'J'jJjUVJJ J. Day &: Co., Manhood---that gloried) in its pride and might t i 1 'J "
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third .story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of COMMISSION MERCHANTS, l &llAW&mrnm.& Beauty-with cheek of love and eye of light .

Office Commerce & Chestnut streets, No. 52 Water street, JVb. 136 Water #tSO Pine street.PHILANDER 9m3W Age-with its furrows and its look of care '1' ,
nov5 J Youth-with its open smile and sunny hair 1 .
Apalachicola Fla. YORK
__ Genius-with fiery glance and brow \.
haughty
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THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, KIMBALL ; : ; ..
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AT & Proprietor Compelled before a mightier one to bow 1 ,
McKay
PAYABLE ADVANCE. : Ilartshorne, I c ,..,; '1 ,. -....-
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ldrtrti3 meat3 of ten! lines or less (twenty lines COMMISSION MERCHANTS Edw'd. C. Center &; Co., Who refrteth here 1 ( "";;: ,"

in proportion: ,) conspicuously: inserted No. -10 Water street, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Is mankind stricken its hour of pride,1 '. .
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ormjre following rates : oct_G Apalachicola, Florida. Mobile, Ala.. Hath manhood fallen in the battle tide- .

at the ... ....310; 03 .i One month.. .... $2 50 'V. A. & P. C. Kin, ;y: Collections and Remittances promptly at- When U'hen banners rushed:the streamed war'horse along in the his golden majesty sky::. I f .

2"tlJiatli*. ..7 00 :,: Three weeks.2 00 COMMISSION! MERCHANTS, teded to. When armed men-when life was waged with life- ..$..<. 4Y ,}
Three months,.5 00 ;: Tvo.wec. IS.l 50 Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings, Refers to-Messrs. McKay si..Ilartshorne, When foe sought foe, arid quailed not at the strife ? l'i.( tot

TITO mouths.. ....10); :, One insertion. 1 00 oct26 A Apalachicola, Fla. oct2G Cm_Apalachicola, It'la. Best manhood. here? ,'IoJ
,
advertise the liberal discount <
who by a
year
those .
7o Andrew S. Cooke, Who ? -.: -
will be made; but all advertisements not D.V ood &..Co. restethherel \-., < .<, ....
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strictly psrtaimnaj to their own business, as GENERAL COMMISSION[ MERCHANTS, No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st. &1\W(\ 'o jMLplflM.(bt mliirnam\W! e'itpt 4 lie z._n ,r t < a. .. -, ,. F

well a:* all le;;al Advertisements sent in by them, No. 2!) tiVaterstreet-l.pstairs. New Orleans, La. Some gentle heart that beamed from eyes of mirth, \ ." .c I. t. _

,,"ill be charged at the usual rates. nov5 Ap.ilachicola. Fla. Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, Some And shed its radiance round the happy hearth '1 ITo ,.. '.. .
youthful form that may no longer stand
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jail):,) tluov Apalachicola Fla.
greet with smiles of love her fellow band
I W. A. Wood, .. 'J I
,Sir YORK & APALACIIICOL.PACKETS. -- ----- ---- -- Rest beauty here 1 .... '
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.rIT COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT, Sm:PAIW T. LIPPINCOTF, .WM. II. WvA'rr.Lippiiicott appeared a year or two younger, neiu m ner apron _'w I
AND SHIP CHANDLER, & Wyatt, Who resteth here 1 a Jew roots of wild flowers, The third child

"ST \H INE" No. :'J3 Water street, GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Genius with saddened face and laurel crown still younger, was sittingota a the grass: watching

Ship Maria-ilia, .Phillips, :Master. sepSO Apalachicola, Fa. No. :U New Levee and .Tchoupitoulas st., Withered before the world's haughty .frowit'1Some \ with t thoughtful. l look the. movements of the other

chip Rieazi: NEW ORLUANS.: ap20 ly child of song, whose name"shall yet. be awe. J hey wore pieced of crape on their straw

Fri; Empire, (new) .Lewis.U lilarper & Holmes, ---.- Where stirred music's 7 : tones and ;, heard. hats, and.a. few other signs of mourning, such as
E. Platt .Rice COMMISSION MERCHANT, I'laomas Berlriaj, beauty's lay are ? are sometimes the
worn by
Brig Caroline Rusteth he here 1 Oh let him still sleep) on. poor who struggle
Brig Virginia. ., 1'o.J1;:; Water street, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Happier; than though a world's applause were won. Le .:een.tbcJf poverty and the afflictions.

Brig Saratoga,.. Bedell, nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. No. "H; Common street. The girl soon began planting sumo of her wild

Brig Cayuga.Bedell, crfng NEW ORLEANS. novl ly Who resteth here 1 lowers around the head of the grave, when the ,

Mary,. .. . . . Richardson, %Vm. (.. Porter; Co. Whose race i is run'! Whose pilgrimage is o'er 1 stranger thm addressed them : -.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSIONMEItCIIANTS. J. W. Woodland & Co. Whose voice is gone that may be heard no more "! Whosa grave isthi3 children,about which you
vessels hem; of light draft of water I know methinks mark should! r
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THESE COMMISSION MERCHANT, not-yet some are so busily engaged '
by experienced masters, are 10..11Vater To tell the world whose resting: place we see '
Street, No. IS Commerce street, ; Mother's grave, sir,' said the boy.
veil adapted to the trade, and will sail punctual oct_j: That, passing by, we may rejoice or fear. And '
ly Apalachicola, Fla. New Orleans, La. noel ly Smile in bright shed the did your taher: send you to place these
as advertised.ffi hope* or sorrowing tear!
ly ... flowers
around '
& -_ : your mother ?
-= -- ---- grjve ;
All forwarded to the subscribers in ---- -
: goods Thomas Preston, No sir, father lies h too and little Wally ..
?re ,
New York New Orleans and Miscellaneous
will be free of commissions. ,
York shipped
flew *
COMMISSION and FORWARDINGMERCHANT. EXPEDITION OF XERXES TO GREECE. and .sister J:me. t
POST &. PHILLIPS'OS ADVERTISEMENTS.PRINT .
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When did die?
they
South New York. The growing power and military fame of the .
street, ar
Office No. 32 Water stairs. .
lIother:15 buried !
but
street-up : fortnight yesterday sir,
Greeks had before the reign of Xerxes, excited
McKAY HAlirSHORNE
& WAREHOUSEIN
ocl9 tim Apalachicola, Fla. father died last winter, all lie here.' tf''Then
both the .
jealous and the fears of the Persian
4'_) Water St., :\;>1,1; ljt ::tcola.O'toher NEW YORK mon- told ,fr'
who YOU to do this P
archs.
1st, 1S4-K I_.?iv1EtV War. H. Kta 1 n ROUGii. JOHN I. RIDGWAY. To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade throne, than Xerxes he, began therefore to ,meditate no sooner an ascended invasion the of Nobody, sir,' replied the girl. --

\ YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKETS. Kiulbl'OURh! & ;' ilg\VlY, by the Piece or Package. Greece, and particularly of the Athenians, for( Why, then, do you do it?* ;

COMMISSION: ii FORWARDINGMERCHANTS. -No. 44 Cedar street, near William. their conduct during the reign of his lather. Accordingly They appeared at a loss for answer; but the

i8 I LEE & lUtKWSTER give notice to he levied force from all parts of his stranger! looked so kindly at them that at length ...

.. t y --.... Office, No. J5 Water street-Up stairs, :; in DRY GOODS, that they have removed dominions, and made extensive preparations,both the eldest replied, as the tears started into his .

Regular Packet Line. Apalachicola, Fla. their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED I by sea and land. By means'of' an alliance with eyes, 0 we did love them, sir.'

Ship Martha \V.uhingtoll.J J Doanc, master. (hLiberal advances on cotton consigned; to CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Pearl, to the Carthaginians he drew auxiliaries even from Then you put these grass turfs:: and wild flowers I

Ship' Kloridian,. .. . ..Wm. Pratt, their friends: in New York, Boston, Liverpool or No. 4-1: Cedar street. By confining their attentionto Spain, Italy, and Gaul. The Carthaginians, around where' you parents are laid because ,1

Sln-ilT-vH: !! ..... . . PWL-ilhatn; Havre. oct:2i'] PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabled at that time, had acquired an extensive military you love them? t

SMJI d-nMam: : ,. . . . \ L Dyer, -- -- to exhibit an assortment far suppas-ung any ever reputation, furnished him with an army of 300- Yes, sir,' they eagerly replied.
tItan . ... W H Doan Sri McKenzie and sell What can be more beautiful than such an ex*
ilrijf: Mrt Wylic before offered in America; to at prices as 000 men, under the command, of Hamilcar. After -
Sru Ann Eliza,. . . \V C Park, H C 0 :\1 :M I SS I lOX MERCHANTS low, and Centrally lower, than those whose attention the most active preparations throughout his hibitioa of children honoring the memory of departed -

lln: Metamora..1: { Ashley. No. .1-! Water street, is divided.among.a large variety of articles.: dominions, tributaries, and allies, he, in the sixth parents! Reader, are you an orphan? '

fPiIKSK; : reseals are of light draft <)f water, :Apalachicola.A The stock consists of several thousand patternsand year of his reign put his forces in motion, cros- never forget the dear parents who loved and cherished 1

i b-iilt expressly fur, tlu tilde, of t is h.,a TJU- WVL.I., ) colors, embrafinj; every variety of AMERICAN -I sed the Hell spont on a bridge of boats, and en- you in your infant days. Ever remembertheir

terial; :, cupper: fa:>tent .1 l .1IIJ l o.-):):)erect. witn hand-: N\I A. .'lcKENzIE,5 sepl ly AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market; I camped his army at the city :Qoriscus, by the parental kindness. Honor their memory bydoing /

>imaaconm'.litioi--ml: will siik punctuallyutUertned. ..,/,JIM stvles which are sot vp exclusively for mouth of the river Hebrus; near which place, he those things: which you know would please j
John I:. Hull, thnrown sat*, ...-a them now alive bya particular regardto
l. \Vhen the liyot sulinj: ; 'falls on : -.FJI he obtained. elsewhere also drew together his naval armament. Here he were they ; '
of the late firm 1 of in second hands. and carrying on
Sailiv\ the ships will s.iil on the \l..odfollow- except uiauea general reviewer an iris: n'-ef,- wiiicir; their dying'commands; by
in;. Tlt! !price of pissiire: H .?i IJ, without liquors. [.,1: A. Hardec s,. Co Saeanna7it Get.] Dealers in Prints will find it to their interest according to many authors, consisted of 2CTll- their plans of usefulness. Are your parents still t.

AU4M.U forwarded to the subscribers' at FACTOR AND C04'USSIOIEIlCIIA T, to call and examine this stock, before making 610 men, with upwards of 1200 ships and to spared to you? Even treat them as you will wish
-J3* ; for ..ai .. ..._. __..__ .._ ;. .. .. at
Xe.v York: ,-will he shipped; 1 Tree of commission. Ollice, No. 45 Water street, purchases elsewhere, by so doingtucj tl. *; 1. J ooja>--.a" : i. if \y their a hart rlnnp. now will v nu stand a remembrance a lonely orphan kind' t
E. D. HUitLBUT &, CO., oct?i ApAlachicola, Fla. have the advantage learning the lowest market add'all the slaves, the woman, the attendants,&c., graves 01
affectionate conduct towards those
and
price, and comparing! ; all the most desirable and the number must exceed 5,000,000( ; probably the departed i.
81 South st., N.CO.Y., or, CUAS. A. Ci)EE.\, CHAS. II. CONXCRY.Cre fashionable styles in market, side by side. greatest army ever brought into the field. friends, then help to. soothe ygur grief and heal
STONE & ;
NOUilSE!
OrCatalogues of Prices, corrected with every With this assemblage of nations, Xerxes advanced your wounded heart ., 1
& Coma
.1'; Water st., Apal'a.Copartncrshi 3i cry, cI
sep3_.__ ____ : COMMI: S SiON I MEILCIIANTS; variation of the market, are placed in the handsof : to the straits of Themopylae,where he was Turkey JVomen.-I was much struck with the" 'f r
> anil Commission buyers. oct7 tfn met by Leonidas, king of Sparta, and about 300 I .J
| No- 23 Water street, elegance of their shapes and the regularity of II:
IsU UH ol I ly Apalachicola, Fla. Commission Business. Lacedemonians, and as many Greeks as.. made up I their features. Their complexion is"as fair as 'i t 1.,..
:AT APALACHICOLA ANJ) COLUMBUS. -- about 1000 men. This handful of men defendedthe t I Ji
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that; of European women as they advance in
associated for the New York, March 12th, 1814. for two days, form of at- ; fJ
have resisting
pur-
undersigned; David f*. I :iaicy, pas every the sun browns them a little. As to their
THE:; of transacting a General; Agency and COMMISSIONS FORWARDING MERCHANT (;'::/- WITH a knowledge of business derived tack. The Greeks however, growing weary of i age morals, chastity becomes a necessary virtue when I 1 i i j

Commission: Business. The business will be con- AND DEALER IN GOODS, from an experience of more than twenty years in the unequal contest, at length all deserted'L'eoni- I even a kiss is punished with death by the father ,
Henry L. Raymond ; Commercial and other business pursuits, and good das but his 300 and few others. stood
ducted in Apalachicola: Fli., by No. 43 Water street.jan29tln a They or brother of the offender. I could mention sev
under the firm of RAYMOND & HAnD Apalachicola, Fla. facilities, the undersigned tender their services;, their ground, and fought with amazing bravery, oral instances of the extreme severity of the Tur .;'

DIN[ Colum!).I", (;eo., !iv Edward J. Haruin, as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur till every man was slain, among whom was"Leoni- coman in this respect, but one may suffice. _*-.t'
under the firm of \UI.V! & Co. U. IlEiisoti tV Co., chase and sale of;tall kinds of Produce, and For das: himself. This dear bought victory cost the Three brothers, riding through an Insulated val*: i r t

: The advantageo'frred' by tins arrangement, to DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS MERCHANTS GOODS,, eign and Domestic Goods. Persians 20,000 of their bravest men, and two. ley, met their sister receiving the innocent caL \f l

persons at a distance! who may have or wish to AND CODlIS No. 33: Water street Their business will be conducted upon established of the brothers of Xerxes; nor could they be resses of her lover. By a common impulse, they La ;r ,t

take business in either or both places, will be decl Apalachicola, Fla. principles, and with a view to prompt returns otherwise than astonished at the valor and fortitude all three discharged their fire-armsupon! her and'.'
ourselves fully competent ly .. for all sales effected, and answers to all of the Greeks.To .
:
readily: perceived. Feeling : : --- ---- -->> ----- left their fallen victim on the ground while the| t 1
--
to conduct such: a business) as it should be, Dodge A; Oarcliicr, orders with which they may be favored. Leonidas, the prize of valor has been allowed lover escaped unhurt. My host, Mohammed Ali,"". /' '

and intendin; so to do, we respectfully solicit a iROCCRS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of by all heroes all ages and nations. Many upon being informed of the murder sent his ser.-

share of patronage. X 0to Water street, Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on warriors have fought merely for fame, and have' vant to bring the body to the tent, that the jack. t'

ED W A1U) HAUDIN, rlec18 Apalachicola, Fla. receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special laid down their lives to gratify a mad ambition. alls might not devour it; and the women were,

HENRY L. RAYMOND. ------- agreement for funds at maturity with advices of; Leonidas fought for his country. He did not ex- undressing and washing the body to Commit it to:

(a _Apalachicola, July 31, 1SU. alOtf JOKI.W. PERUY. WM. C. DICKINSON responsibility of drawers. pect to conquer; his object was to delay the ene the grave, when a slight breathing convinced1.
Dickinson FOWLE, DE COIN & CO., my's progress, till his countrymen could assumea them that the vital spark was not yet ext n g <*- ,
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i Win. Sydney Green, 3I. D.DR. Perry MERCHANTS, mar30 tm 7S Pearl street.: posture of defence. Tins object he gained, ed ; in short the girl recovered. She Wr '

GllKBN( I takes this opportunity; of exprcsT7 COMMISSION though he fell in the conflict. out of immediate danger, than ofC AIT abe
sins; his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure No. 12: Water street-Up stairs, BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS Passing the straits of Thermopylae, the Persian sooner repaired tot tent of his"friend* theJ"brothers "

them der himself that it shall be useful his in constant his profession.endeavor to ren- nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. Thos.llt. Doyle & Co. t army, like the progress of a slow but mighty:in- sons who sat sullen and silent ro"nd the I P '

Office more Centre near Water street. dec25 T. Skillmaii, SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS, undationadvanced towards Athens. The Athen- grieving over the loss of their sisterThe Y; ,.. : -f : '

on COMMISSION Stephen MERCHANT, rldos. 2.C 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee,,I ians'having' consulted the Delphian. Oracle, wc"re man saluted them, and said: "I aP' come<< '..;-. ;' J i

II. It. Wood, also, and at No. 20 Natchez street, directed to defend themselves bywooden ,walls. you I in, my father'? name for Jry bed 3 1';;

AUCTIONEERCorntr A fntfor the N. ORLEANS. When,all were in doubt concerning the meaningof sister; my family wishes to l.ber' J e,.W;', jJt

CentreAlreets. this Cornelius Nepos, Themis- finished than the cnhi'g .
of Water and INSURANCE CO., response says no sooner j'tot1ers"A''k 1tr. .I
$3* The subscriber having taken that very prominent CROTON (MUTUAL) .' : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS tocles, Athenian general'told: | them, that the .intention out, "If she was dead.: youould.no pr lei:;r + .t
\ York. (QO- H'Z'i.
and Water streets, of the City of w andYindow of the'Oracle that they should defend OO' w tout 1 0 ; .
stand, corner of Centre stairs. in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine was you would have take h/ J -- -- .
u prepared attend fdithfuilyand promptly any No. 33 Water street-Up \ Glass, 8c.ViU keep constantly or l themselves by ships. Accordingly, the Athenian mission." Then seizir/theisms' .est'11J.J-- .,.

business intrusted to his care. nov5 nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows ;: and confederate fleet of. Greece, amounting to hurrying out of the t *t m- P\-SUl of their the ;;- 'J.
sail drew in the strait of Salamis, n son vintentions.with.alithewtiaght PPused .' .
300
about but Aj}
up victim
James F. Farrior, ITIicIiacl A. Myers, WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; where1 encountered and totally defeated the! ofhis father'wn t ,'-. S;
NOTARY PUBLIC, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT. White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red; y forctwrage 1t: Zi. d
PORT WARDEN AND fleets-of Persia, destroying many ships and dispersing and his/' reputation : f ,
Black heists,
Apalachicola, Fla. Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory ; ; the rest. This battle has been celebratedby he wonkill.tbeJ first) W30sufficiJf J '
Office .'''' 0 Columbia Block. No. 30 Water street, Chrome Green and Saxon do; I historia1s. the masterly swore them that beh: #
{CCJ: 0. Fla. : all It was gained by the tel/ c
ftHe(: would respectfully solicit the patronage: nov5 Apalachicola, Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;.., policy of Themistocles, who drew the, Persians ranged tent the.'DJury'th y !lad received. b'l aridit ,_ !1 '

of his friends and acquaintances. J. C. Allen, Green and Blue Verditter; to action in.a disadvantageous place, and then bya .. 0. <. ot' dead;l l.t 'was the VlSl e.IJ;tt$*( /y.> t l
Chrome Yellow and Orange do; for that had saved her V 4Jtefep;.
and the/Phet
\VhoJ'saltand Retail Dealer in and Cobalt : bravery nearly as magnanimous, more of :J w.
II. It. Wood, DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OIL*, FINE coLORSUlto.manne do tunate than that ol Leooidas, obtained a complete last r 'suaded them/'to. S".1"Sggfe .Sf' ,' '
Crimson -
NOTARY PUBLIC, GLASS, BRUSHES, &c", &re. Yellow Lake and ; hs nursed 1for'three.monthj-Ahaj : -t.j' I
Indian Red girl t I .
Water street, also Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; ; 'victory.Xerxes 'had her recoVP'J e.l .. ,
(03-: Office, cor. Centre and now,saw clearly what enemies he ridwas i married after ,.J
do j jrv'Dvho
Fla. general assortment oL. Chinese Vermillion ; English ; 'them' entire a her ml--t.rtuDP--TlteiPlh.i: '. ''
ocr2 Jlv Apalachicola 1' Umbre to contend .with; and perceiving. had caused f 'j
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONARY, &c.; &c. Vandyke Brown; 'lurKery' York do masters of- the sea,'-he was seized with me most Jaryof Travels. '. ,,
Centre & Commerce streets, Terra de Seinna Purple Brown ; ; 'bwn although J .
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A. L. Clements, cor. of Fla. alarming apprehensions lor hid safety, Apalachicola, Mineral Green : .
; -
PUBLIC nov5 Crocus Martis; millions. England Rai
Leaving 11rta
NOTARY
encompassed ap "
: i'jslailr -
41 making j good:
Paris Green, &c., &c. are so i?
Emerald and cads r
Water street, & Co. of e ;\vith Mardonius, hisgenepl .
No. 'J3 Miller Oil Do. boiled; army 300,000 aY and in'some .Usb\ncel tstmeats '\
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa. DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil;; to prosecute the, war,, he hastened back to/he .i pq l.nVe ,ital invested' u .W,&r |!: :. :, ;,
TurpentineSperm should tit
&c. Spirit Hellespont lest.his bridge of boats baestroyed
HATS, and Stonin ,
.rlem pn are 1
6,000000r
from No. 1 to ; forever
Paint Brushes dominiflte' orwick, H
II. R. Wood, Water and Chesnut streets, : and his retreat his own in markoc'Price< ait< '
Cor. rise
CITY WEIGHER, Apalachicola, Fla. Varnish do.- of all sizes; Hair cut off. On his arrival, as ho ftred, he ;otIS 5UL en value. V rtbin-ayearith1: ; *" -..._.'r t t
anent .
oct26; 8 Badger ;
1 to
corner Centre and Water streets.a26 Sash Tools from-No.Filchers- flat;and round; found his bridge to,have;; been broken, .y. storms.for his and .rt.: has gone up-trom. 9.7,r>, -...-,."i3.,tlR r J'.1orw.b
Fla.lagoit Artists' Sable in the utmost constern"" on .
I Apalachicola, Kopman, Wherefore, co"dttioabas 4eencharipits
Francis Brussels do; "Blinders of all sizes ; enemies>so brave and ntrepidandfor financial 'and ,
sound
DEALER IN safety.among to that of :. ,
& Ovens, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HATS ic. Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, U and U m long of his throne which the nevVsof pc worst Poss ib1 t
CLOTHING, the preservation, stockholders. IpJh rst.J1 ;
DRY GOODS. its
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW, SHOES, Stock and Kalsomine; Brushes; some aspiring returnto
his ill fortune would to have beeny{:.t ? .
.
ClicapfoiCash the.ceipts .i.
round and flat '; Nhad oMW4 .:
Abbeville and Ala. Brushes, ;;i HalesPont'vvhich rX ,
Troy, Cheatnut-Street.Apalachicola Fla. Marking rebel; he crossed'the same ending months of.1s.1., ,,; -'OfoIestimattS
WILL and CircuitCourts octl : Shoo brushes; fleets and armie*( the corn } .
and < bushi
practice in the County do lately covered with h> '' lba made for.t.be year's !r Cllr .
v f of the counties of Pike, SkeS Mahogany: Stained and Patent ; returned home, covered twobundr /,;
Montgomery Gco. S. Hawkins, fishing-boat, and expected to realize over .. .,,- tl
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Baibour composing the LAW, Whitewash and' Mop .do; not continued fottlaw:; '
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT Coach do shame and infamy. op that but will,.if.. '- : .
dent ,
white ; qqnars l .
nobth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama. ocr Office-Up stairs, VARNISHES:-CoPal, ; do Still far more com/lele was the Handcar.: three months ln:the.flrst. nine gtveay:;,.t'qr
and Furniture
WOODSON L. L1GON, I IF Water street, Cabinet Polishing ; the invasion conducted .. '
part
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Block landing
No.1 Columbus tor, 7.1g933... .
&c. : ; -i4
Ala. Pictures '
Carthaainian4\.ready.mcntionAd
Abbeville, Henry co., Apalachicola, lla. Mastic, for sizes of the \ dden- SI' t:
:
assorted was be ceK
e advice r
nova boxs ,
HASTINGS OWENS, WINDOW- GLASS-2,300 I an army of Spo l.cW men in S}ciJ.f: as he was Whenever you give ? <. .
Troy Pike co., Ala. ish and American.; 'byH/elo. kinof Sicily made,one enemy.' : :"
lyattkcked not I. ,
A. G. Scinmcs, MiiSlPaints of all colors,for Steam Boats, ) )l.c aDd his whole army was had better be answered for _
Refers to- J feast Men
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AT LAW debraliDgaP hlS fleet des
ATTORNEY with .a C1ersand .
Col. A McAllister ) Shipping and Plantation use; together made I want of understandingr ; ;
slain 1)r1S than
Building either cl )
Henry co,Ala. Office. No.2 Capt, Simmon' the Painting line, too num.: only remains.i1, to trt:- ; :
Gen. A J McAllister, \ ft-:: of Centre & Commerce streets. :variety of articles in W ty I troyl'Cl. DI erdonios i noW t' IUIr Y

Hon'le. Jas p: ncl Montgomery\, Ala. cor. Apahchicob, Fla. crouiji to mention. l '

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: :"'p' ''_ D cova ii.-J. Milton Sanders and OF THE : an'd one or two ships of the line, and some othervessels TERRIBLE STFAMBQAT"'DISA8'na":

I ,::ot i t rr -. Cincinnati, are said to have dis- GREATvESPERN; should, ,by stretching out some miles off ,E plosion of Lucy Walkeri,1; ..

..' superior the harbor, in the direction of the French coast, .EightylCultdcind JJ'o ..
ffllif.t: (> .j 'ew species'of lighG't ol at once act as heralds of the approach:of the luc y Walker; :C pt. Van 1'left this Pit.:

('riI .>;a. '( my heretofore known. _.writer inV At New .Yjfk-Eight Days Later. French'vessels, and as a sort of escort to his Ma- New Orleans: yesterday, crowded with c

; t4-J ..1'" >\ ..* '\clvertiser slates: The King of the French in "glant-Grand jeSty up the*harbor. When about four! qr five miles below Iw p ,

I 1 .., ,: \, is magneto v Deception-Liberation of Pnsoncrttn France The meeting ofthe Sovereigns' was of the most ny, and just before sunset, some part of n
nlight rf"p her iT
t 1 .. ,', I ., it :. produced by pernanentmagnea (,, -M material change the Liverpool, Cotton affectionate character, without any formal cr cold chinery got out of order, and the engine Si d

,' .' ,t I'' increased to any definite! extent.- Market-Rumors of Trouble in Spam-A ceremonial greetings. When the King alighted, stopped in order to repair it. While
; .s.y finishing 1'y the JQventors or new combination against the trench in Al- he embarced her Majesty: in a most cordial and affectionate making the necessary repairs, the engi :
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-- ,: :i.t r r 1:1: this case will possess twenty mag- giers-Defeat of the Puseyites in Oxford- manner, and immediately giving her boilers got too low; and about five

f : Death of an Irish Marques, and of the Lady his arm, proceeded towards the grand staircase. alter the engine had ceas d working' ftP

'L h:1'1.. !l'ppJie!' light whose brilliancy is of the LorJLieutenant-Great increase inlhe At the entrance ofthe crimson drawing-room her boilers exploded with tremendous violence,

;(':!rl hl.. thenakedeye. English Revenue-Railroad Mania in Britain Majesty parted from the King, and he immediately horrible and terrific effect. The U. S.sn.; an4

,:it J f. fer adequate height! will enable &re. proceeded to his private apartments, attended Gopher, Captain' L. B. Dunham, was i -b.oat siSf

4 i iI ; :" torTusrd all over Cincinnati, equal The steamship Great Western, Capt. Matthews, only by his personal attachees and attendants, ately on the spot,rescuing those in the water'aDd cs
J that of day. where he remained for a short time. In about with his ciew-tenderixv'all'the '
j j l l"3t.'t'j; purposes, to from Liverpool, arrived at her berth in the EaSt a aid in his po'.er.
I II. j 5 !-: 'H-l'ht when once set in operation,. quarter: of an hour he again met her Majesty, at He informs that the Lucy Walker war iq Cc

t ",;'ir ,,'i'mo :-.Illuminate without one cent o/ River, New York, about 10 o'clock on Saturday lunch, which was strictly a private party. middle of the river, and such was the fprw.

'1 etdai tonal "f" nst. evening, 26th ult. The last time King Louis Phillippe visited England the explosion, that parts of' the boilers and'ft fl fi,

0 ot th i-i entors has gone to Washington to TheVestern brings 139 passengers. She has was in 1815, during the hudred da'sVhen i boat were thrown on shrre. Just after the explosion 0''
!, the in Louis XVIII went to Ghent, the Duke of Orleans the air was filled with human -
made beings
favorable weather passage
L rak out a pate t. had ; took refuge in England, where he remained un fragments of human beings. Immediately and &
aft
; Courier Francais fourteen days and thirteen hours. til the battle Waterloo enabled him once more, explosion, the ladies cabin took fire, and *

1 t- /to Jrrnrv J\"aZ1y.-The; The Cotton Market has been tolerably quiet ; to return to the Palais Royal. Louis Phillippe fore it had been consumed, she sunk in 12 be. (3rc
lA' in the French or 1
'n v. t at thr re now building I it is, nevertheless, steady. and speculators have has entered the 72nd year of his age, includingth feet water. Thus ii presented the remarkable 15

I t. J rkyanh23,' psof the line, frigates, brigs, been doing a little. The maiket is freely supplied last, having been born on the 6th October 1773. circumstance of a boat exploding, biirniugj; and

\ \ vhoonertransports: and 24 steamers, with On Thursday, Louis Phillippe, in company sinking, all in the space of a few minutes. lfe CI I
4 :(I this week for fair cotton. Prices-Bowed with the Queen and Prince Albert, visited the believe none of the females on board wets
: f om SO to 550. j.
wer aryiii 4d; Mobile, 4d; and Orleans, 4d. As re- house at Twickenham in which he resided duringthe jured-some, however, may have been drowned.

I' United s Dragoons Murdered by Inns regards the future, attention i is almost exclusivelyfixed time he was an exile in England. The royal I The books of the boat were destroyed, ande( yr
I party afterwards proceeded to Hampton Court course it will be impossible ever to ascertain
I, -Th.' iconsin Herald, ofthe 12th, con- on the nejvc/on, ', :- of the tbe ::1"
: number
wherejhe French: monarch examined and admiredthe names or of those killed.were .
f ri''P''S''' sratm mlt an ,;." Tfl-narr ar- i ne TnCatiflaZketS0rL9fld fl and Liverpool I There
,. The returned Windsor at least'
paintings. party to fifty or sixty persons killed and ,
< :d-dt: Fu du Chien from Fort Snelling, are inactive. 'By the average returns of the king- dine. sing, and fifteen or twenty wounded- III j..

i ;th ;'I.-. 'i murder, by a band of Soosatongatiiar dom, made up to Thursday, the .duties remain IRELAND.The riously. some Ie.' b'hJ

( ; *, "A )f f the detachment of Dragoons i unaltered. Previous rates have been reluctantly Repeal Association held its usual weekly! of:
I meetings< on the 7th inst. Mr. Maurice O'Con- Provident Theatre Burned-Dr. Lardna'i .
1 atelv sent -v m Fort Atkinson fur the: purpose paid. nell l, M. P., was the principal speaker. The rent L Philosophical Apparatus, and Russell's fla I',

\ fII'" / .. __ nt ,.senileu I nff rt':1itl l r he perpetrators of the late murders The arrival of the King of the French in England for the week amounted to JSOIG. etarium Destroyed.. The Providence Theatre !IU

tl ..eC')"''') ;\. (, f ". "'l .-t" ', "' <" r"ITP"; ,,"it I ; in th er. The Sooatong are a small has been almost the only topic of newspaper The Liberator has fixed Wednesday: ,the 20th of w consumed on Friday morning. The fire broke in

.t s: "e x Cnp.:s ';'ie:1rt' ail I I ijfl. ,.t 1' o',;, that formerly belonged to the record. November< for a grand banquet in Limerick, 0:1: out aboutjone; o'clock. The bUilding had been or m'
his from Derreane to Dublin. cu pied the evening previous by Lirdaer.who
$ nber- 'J, I l'o ,.1 Cc :.I ?i f 'v it fr, : Q.OV; ., )" )y robbery and murder, and are The accounts of the quarter's revenue, ending Balllnasloe way fair, the greatest in Ireland, has not:) delivered there the last of his course of scientific '1'

: Ib SIms, who takes the place of Mr. Campbell, the dreaded by all the other tribes in that quarter. the 10th inst., have been published, and show a been so well attended this year as usual. lect ure Besides the scenery and fixtures of the 1

F31 latter gentleman having declined a re-election. very considerable increase on the corresponding( FRANCE. Theafrpall Dr. Lardner's philosophical appan. InT
SINGULAR AFFAIR.-At Masqat, in France, on tu s, i inclidingthe
The album which Louis great microscopeand
t !II "Hare all democrats. quarter of last year. King Phillippe proposed a splendid) ri'
the 20th Sept., two females, mother and daughter t, to offer to Queen Victoria, in commemoration collection of paintings, worth together $\\5ffvv:

: :'j 2xl lst dis't" Jamcf Richard A.F.Black Simpson, re-elected, re-elected, were each delivered of a male child within two In the Customs there is an increase of between of her visit to the Chateau d'Rati, is i finished I, was consumed, and understand the Dr. badef! 10)

I \ 3d Joseph A Woodward, re-elected, minutes of each other. The babies were put into 400,000 and 500,000 on the account to be and his Majesty presents it to Queen Victoria at fected no insurance on the property. The splen. i'1tll

I 4th A. D. Sims, vice, Jno. Campbell, one cradle whilst the mothers were attended to, made up to 12th inst., as compared with the corresponding \Vind or. did planetarium constructed by Mr. Russell d %
I 5th Ariemas Burt, re-elated, The Kind's visit to England is distinguished: by i Ohio, with the labor of twenty years, was at
and the result distinguish (
I I fith Isaac E. Holmrs re-elected' was an impossibility to quarter of last year. an act of Rojal clf'mency-an ordinance, which bu rned. The value is said to have been $12000; ;;1
7th R. Barnwell Rhett, re-elected. which was the uncle and which the nephew. In the Post-office there is increase and it insured for at Si'
tc t an probably gives grace and pardon to fifty political State was 8,000, an office in Han! to

1 :',, The Hon. San>1. S. Pht'lphas been re- {!(j- We copy the following] from the New about 20,000, on the quarter. prisoners. All whose term of, imprisonment expires ford, Ct. It belonged to Messrs. Haswell &Rob. to
inson
i before IS47 and few of those condemnedfor who are said to have lost in addition to
a
'. Some excitement was produced in the the
ted United States Senator for the next six York Sun, but cannot vouch for its truth. Someof early partof planetarium, $2,000, worth of 01re
will philosophical
a longer time, receive the benefit of thisg
-
: .' -s, from the State of Vermont. our Old Citizens perhap3, may recollectthe : the week by the arrival of accounts of renewed arrangement : paratus. ip. ,

WISCONSIN. circumstance- difficulties at Tahiti, where the French author COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. The| contiguous brick house. belonging to Mrs. tll
-The
-i ii! "1 r-itorv by about 600 democrats maioritv.have carried this has AIMIO5PITABLB JAILOR.-A few years ago the ties have again been highly disrespectful to the The present week has not presented the appearance : Lewis Peck, occupied by Mr. Charles H. ChiWas of

,,"' everv countv L'ood.---- nponp r --f nt.-'- of--- _An.tnrftjrnb_.-n! __..,__._ >f\t. tl..*.A W.....A.1V'Af''*' auuu..J.not't English flag. But as this intelligence has arrived of any extensive changes in monetaryor w badly I hjnred, the roof being nearly destroyed,
'
decided
n a majority against the formation ol i building a Jail and a Church ; they were both mercantile buisiness ; the same accumulationsof and the attic story damagtjd by fire and wit r., tr,
p I 1J, rJ I : ate Government. The legislature of the Ter- finished about the same time, but the jail was at the time of the visit of the French Kingto capital and difficulty of finding secure channels The hnuse;; carpenter's shop of Mr. Dean, inthe m

J' { 't -y stand as folio! w.:,:-Senate, democrats 11 ; filled before the other build?. Three of the the Court of England, it is probable that ar of investment continuing to be unremoved in thereat rear of the last named building, with all its con.

t'' ; \ f ,';82 ; House of Reprs"ntafives) democrats 17i retirement prisoners, not contrived having a partiality loosen for a life of such: permanent difficulty will be avoided, by the explanations branches of trade. The intelligence from tents, was entirely destroyed. Loss l,00fo:
to
r a stone in the wall The opposite house of Mr.-Gardner
markets has been T. Swartr
foreign .
i ti, I wt.t"g.J _ and made their escape. After wandering about' which may be supposed te be intended generally unsatisfactory.though with contiguous stables and roomsmivery h
for few days and considerably later from various parts of the ware ,
J a
j ', RRITOr.Y OF IOWA.-A Convention to form astitution as the rinding social no very agreeable had not accommodations generally in English and French political s f- world. badly burnt and injured.and was in immin. nt'et

,, ,p for the future State of Iowa, assem- so far southward, they system concluded to returnto progressed fairs' By some it is contended that the state of the e danger of bein.: wholly destroyed.

I ,i- in Iowa City, on Monday, the 7th ult. The their old quarters. On presenting themselves Some of the London Clubs have adopted, it is foreign commercial relations of the country is ----
t
hI Shepherd Leffler, of Des Monies county, before the jailor, they offered to surrender at discretion t thought be such as render indispensable some The JVa If of the rdHe'idfad! Hiw >
,' and expressed their sorrow for their elope said, at the suggestion of the Rev. Sydney femith, frequently is that brief but !
'v. unanimously elected President, and George extensive change of policy in the course of the ensuing : admonitory sentence
i I Ji -.. ampton, of Iowa City Secretary, of the Con-I ment.thought fit I can't to break help it," and was the answer, you the plan rejecting, for complimentary admission session of Parliament ; such considerationsbecoming uttered without excitinany but the most trar-:, !)('
out
: t ,1: I v< ;A ion. Committees were appointed on the I out, you don't get in here again now, I tell you you.may" st.y or as members, the citizens of the repudiating : more general from the intelligence of sient emotion-without awakening a deeper ormore J 11,
I
the extending export of the manufactures the permanent reflection than the next
: Y ,'.*' --us points upon which constitutional i States in America. parihj
p f: lti Jeemed provision 00- The last letters from London say that I the United States,with which country a treaty ofco'%l1 thought will entirely obliterate from the mind-! 31
\'oi The vessel
board the ,_ ,
necessary. having on Roman Catholic ... 1
Two friend
)I ----- --.1..1..4 .-- thc Olnurac, ntxl shall casually meet after
I project for the re-establishment of the credit of : : by a tempnnrt J '1"
I I ..... which sailed
cra' the that
the
Bishop, the n" certainty of separation, and after
system
: ( 'jening of the Ports Cuba. Tho lUinais Klraljr tn f-lt. !rl.-.,-O_*x, Ov.......--.--. excluding slave- inquire a third and ronfaai -
/ of pOI ts or some time ago from Brest for the Sandwich Islands grown sugar from the English market will be fatal friend. "He's dead !" is the ,
Ha 1 ers, who are now there, will nct, it is said, succeed melancholy atditn.: '
: Matanzas
,. ), ma* and Cardena, have in conse- : had not arrived at the date of the last to the renewal of the commercial treaty with prestivirejoinder. If men of business, I'
_ ""-1'Ze or thp 1D.trIotJu .n..A ha. .1-- 1.- ..:I:. in the objects of their visit. The Bonds I had <.uuUlIf, Itumors prevailed In the cat Brazil. hp also was one who entered largely info perln: ,,J
i> ren onerea'atwithout finding buyers. South Seas U thy
I I: ?->*.'s">u* i tnr'ri throughout; t'int i Hand: been she had foundered The weekly returns from the Bank ot" England !speculation*?-all the projects for the jdranre.
offCape Horn.
I''i tUn o'"". '-.... of dntv, for rirp. earn meal, Emigration to Tt'oTa.-The visit of Prince de On the 8th inst. show a reduction in the bullion of about .i:E9Nwith I 10; ment nf their fl'rtiines-'ilt their worldly-minded

4 t i __ and l Solmes to Texas of the Dr. Symons who was opposed an increase in the rest, which shows the :increasing schemes of aggrandizement he'j dP.ad-
; pr :* '> potatoes': \ ;;o, b'iiHing] lumber of as gent German em i- ,
every by the Puesyites, was elected Vice Chancellor profits of the extension of the circulationof The intelligence received with
an exclamatina
'I- dviplioti, during the ensuing six months. grating associations, has been attended with the Bank of England notes. of !
of Oxford surprise significant
j University by a majority of 882 I. shake of the head-* .
I ; very best results, in giving a ensation )
very hardy and respectable to 183. nearly allied to pity and bulk
: .. regret;
-- : Gov. Briggs, of Massachusetts i is
and Gov. body of men to that country. One> The From Indian River.-Mr. Peck arrived here not heard "as if an angle spoke;" and as ini

_ i '' ,\vin, of Connecticut, have issued their pro- thousand families are daily expected from Germany Gazette of Tuesday notices the further on Thursday, the 17th ult. from Indian River or passes, they hurry ofwithout further comment "-

t J 1'(la aions, appointing Thursday, the 29th instant and the agent! is in New Orleans to prorogation of Parliament from Thursday, Oct. 10 St. Lucia Sound; having left there in an open t to I their respective cnuntin -honses, where the

!' \', as a of purchase to Thursday, the 12th Dec. boat since Ihe late hurricane. They experienced unexpected information of the fall incotton-ftt
day :
public and hundred
_ I I .., lhol1t thanksgiving prayer, one wagons to transport them to Six miles of atmospheric railway, from the I the height of the gale at the time w"e did, viz. at depression of the money market-the failure of
their
t .State. the interior. The association has collected I a Dartmouth Arms noon on Saturday, Oct. 5th. A party of the settlers some great hruse in which they had placed'implicit

_ ( Tnfnrmat'mn capital for the r'rpose of emigrating of nine toCroydon, will, it is expected, were down at Jupiter inlet, which has been: confidence, or some equally viral and m-:
has been received, the be ready in May next. closed
affair
says for portant
several demands
millions years, and their immediate :
of francs and finding the atten
'. the Prince de lagoon) 31
: York Sun, that the Bank of England refuses Solmes I i i" The about 10 feet tion! -totally absorbs '
about to Augsburg Gazette mentions the probability higher than the ocean, they opened their minds, and they ea*
'i f
!, It Itf '41 i' e sovereigns unless by weight$; with the ex- accompany General Houston, who intends of a matrimonial alliance between Prince a mere trench through the sea beach Levee," tirely) forget that they have just heard an echo of- IIb
1l ':; holding a council with the and at their
) .i. n of those coined during the present reign Camanches and George of Cambridge and the nightfall laid down at a respectful distance own inevitable doom. h
Grand
other tribes of Indians Duchess from their work. The alarm Locality has strong
the
j TS- ;- it is on Brasos. was given about power, whatever m (be
remarked= additional firm-
I haq given Ogla of Russia-one of the results of the late midnight that the water was washing awav their argued to the contrary, in recalling impre&mw, C
_ ::1' w- <) the hill market, as it would be better top Episcopal Convention. The foundation and and wounded I
Triennial General journey to England of the Russian Czar. The they had barely time to remove every heart 1D3teU bow insop- b

I' bills at 10 per cent. than to export coin: Convention, of the Protestant Episcopal young prince is heir presumptive to the crown of their t camping materials when thirty feet was portable the scene becomes: where, it h3 'b eJ: h

-' .' :i has been reduced in weight and value. Church, held in the city of Hanover. swept away at once and by daylight an opening: ; blessed, and where it is blessed 'no more. ,The G
---- Philadelphia, adjourned of 100 yards and from 10 to 12 feet in depth abstract of pain or pleasure is within us ia Il IT:

':> Five Church Edifice of unusua] dimen- sine die, on the 22d ult. During its session Importation of Canadian Flour into Eng- sented itself. An eye witness says the torrent pre! places, at all times; but its portraiture, it* ,int .\:

''lrJ 1 architectural magnificence, are now in the Rev. Mr. Carlton Chase, DD., has been land.-Sir Robert Peel's Canada Corn Bill has: .embled the/alls of Niagara. If the windows re-of reflection lies pictured in the places and inthe ,rn

-- -' -xf:iconstruciipn in the city of New York. consecrated as Bishop of the State of New Hampshire in the past six months, come into practical operation -; Heaven were not opened the doors of the Ever objects where our feelings have been stretched on
1
to the
considerable :
a glades rack
extent. Bthe last're-' were. whctherof
the pleasure of
Rev.
; Nicholas H. :: or pain.
':Joh Cobb, DD., do. for turns received from !Montreal For
we find the a year past, until last
( exports Julv, the! lagoons
.k' M&jam Taglioni is paid to have accepted Alabama ; the Rev. CiceroS. Hawks, for Misso iri, from the St. Lawrence, since the opening have been unprecedently low, and"Indian River From the

.r .'-1_ ttl "pnt in the United Slates for one year ; and the Rev. G.V.. Freeman, of Delaware, as a of the navigation to the llth September. coinprise bar:, the only entrance of 2oO; miles inland Pittsburgh Daily. America.
;:i>.;nObeini.w.Caredto has waters, REMARKABLE; ROCK. DE
been
the fair '
Sylphide with Missionary for proportionably
Bishop Arkansas shallow. Dy
the Indian Territory What effect
t, ':. :-\e\ contii I Bushels Wheat. t this ne .1Ulet will One of the most remarkable which
.. 'rencjes Of a much larger sum.- north of 36 Barrels Flour. have on the old one 50 miles rocks of we
} deg., and the
have
_ _
}! tour I., Sylphide takes leave of the Republic of 241,276 35lrt93: to the ]Northward, remains to be any knowledge, has been lately discovered a
seenGilbert's
_ ." ;1. ettla( G..wn for life at her villa Texas. They also, nominated the Rev. Vim J. against 15,417 :);,tU7 bar which closed last March, and lies between: i in the middle of that great inland sea, Lake Superior

: ( on the Boone, M D., to be a foreign Missionary Bishop in the same period of last year, which is evidence: the two remains closed. by a gentleman who has recently retorned

: for Amoy, and other parts of the Chinese sufficient of the large and growing trade we may }Mr. Peck was: assisted in this important enterprise to this city from Copper's Harbor, we learn that a '"
_ .. \( 1' ICATl\y"inTwEE Empire; look for from this measure. by Messrs. S. C. shaft Trappe. rock has lately been discovered !
the very
Rev. Horatio Brayton. D.
: :.. ..S Ai! :Ncw K.- ;; NEW OR- Southgate, do. to the dominionsand ) Address of the Ex-Regent of S'pain.-Espar- ;Capt. Wm. B. Davis, 0. B. Hart, and C.J.Bowen, rising in the lake from ISO to 200 mfl (
project is on foot at dependencies of the Sultan of tern has published in The other Price. from land; and
iddres oftl
\A Jrle-ansio buil&fourron Turkey, and an to his country settlers who had volunteered ascending above the surface *

) I )11A"1m that port and i steamers, torn nI1 the Rev. Mr. Glennie, of South Carolina, was ap men, dated from London, Oct. 10, in which he Istance having hacked out, and many morebeui"their as- water, a distance of not above fonr feet.What .P

t s ew x rk, at an estimate pointed resident justifies the course he pursued during'the tim opposed to the scheme. renders it more extraordinary that it stands
: ) !t:'6 of $110,000 each U a Bishop at Cape Palmas, Africa, he -Key West 'Light of t& alone is, \
!L ,' ci.un. "hl"n the e public-spirited and its vicinity. was Regent, and expresses a wish, should he be Reef and all around it, so far as examinatioDJ

_ I.']' project was mt.tioned to hin _ permitted to return to his native country, to I live have been made, no bottom has been reached I by
[t' r"e '\' n his name for $20,000.( The stramer The Philadelphia Inquirer of the 24th, in a private station. TRADE IN: NEW YonK.-The New York any of t the lead lines used on the lake, and t tn
upeak f
_ ) :i has been Expre-a
fitted point of
,' ,. ,. tip with ""' ingoftheMillerite Frightful Inundation in wede-Letter remarks that the foreign the rock itself does not exceed an area of
W to encampment formed
run news by the l last
that
near 1 steamer
-'- r .pontl .be..p.reBeJ1t.&ea.soD.., J from Stockholm of the 24th ult. has had 'more then six or seven feet and so far M
_ effect square
city, represent np
__..... ... __ says: ._ .11 near- upon that market, and adds observations[ out
J '. : -1J w ,' have extended it does not ap-
... ilih..p"t -tttrp..t, ,
.v# .. ue--M.telt- .._ __ __ ....... _.. _. _
tt ..- .h. = :
-.ual.-This work joe scene at limes ----- .. "
was ingnttul. -- ,,,, .., .
was sold The shouts'and severely from inundation, but in the nrit"p5 ; U II1iUI, Indt no IJpar Jo ('ul,1r -. yi3
_ itt,' ''. J., by I\Whitehead, Esq., fa.er;ew- of the men groans were, lamentations calculated to, excite and exclamations feelings which rose thirteen feet in less than an hour,, rapidly drawing to a close.good Most: to of the our interirr Western, is mnri-iers who navigate the lake, who take special t

t in iJ.ncer.v. underN decree of deep commisseration for the wretched of rushing! ; in torrents upon the large village of Kon- merchants have left the city. Their purchaJ" 'rare in !p objects of
)e foreclosure tI' delusion. radsluut and in its have not been as sible. It is too small-too and << *
_ Dan --Ie'en for Yesterday morning two little, children environs, which were quichlv large as usual There ha been remote danger
-. It -Obtained in Holland. were found in the encampment, perfectly cold, submerged ; sweepingaway all the houses' and a cautious business done, and it is btlievedr- to admit of a.light, and therefore, 'its removal $ tf
ia purchased fectly &
- by AsaN hitehead, John J *tiff. and dead. Many grown persons were also factories, and twenty-two windmills, ? nd in fact been sound The stock of goods on hand have befan,' .a matter of encw* importance, and wwdouhMo ta
large
i Ji5* < and Benj. \Villiamson,' ., whom it / Jittering severely, and the! persons who res-ide in leaving nothing but a mass-of ruins. About 300 will be! and much largerthan rpQ'iired' There : ** i-ertain' to the duty of government. A
is ? a
neighborhood
: loss t
i ... r'presenth0 italistsrels r 'Nesjnto absolutely forced some of the persons are said to have perished! and the loss this season heavy The on British goods, generally, single: blat from a bore of sufficient; depth v w*
their of
houaes Fall!
here, for one with the object of sa- property i is season is fast drawingt to probably do it rock I be*? I
,wrn. dQllar;. r.Qut sing { lives. Much estimated at 800,000 rk dollars close. The navigation of the a but the surface of the
on -fourth oN and Canal '\
_ I rj .L rt j is c'xItempiatj original no don,1/be the result of misery this delusion.poverty will 1,200,000 francs. Subscriptions for the relief of but about a month longer. The transportation will continue ,!! onear't-at? of the water, and the space so narrow
I to enlar 4? the sufferers have goods both of. as to firhid workm,
been is : for
... aflQiprove npened at Stockholm ways most active. any regular! lodgement
_ so that the c 03* Ti at Our receipts of
: tn.dt.ffl}-- ,je, co.li Mayor of St. Johns, N. B. was the head of which stand the, names of the Produce are truly immense. they would have fa be attended constantly WMJ
rey recently -
King
:.j> iranra, can be direct ons finearor and Queen with --...-- vessel sufficient wP"3
size sudden,
: f;' tx> New york j driving his horse faster considerable contributions an. to resist any
i J''o>, c .., the streets th_ allowed law. through nexed. The English Penny Post-We learn from the of the lake and would also have to be' 'kept constantly ...
by
_ ;a 4 J.JtOUJD.-T e Portland 'lvertiser Louis Phil ipp in best authority, that the English under way, as ,no harbor or even! 4j ,
bark of : says: \(Qrhe diffe England.-The King of the the whole penny post, after for an anchor is ..
of within
: ., some 24 c nce between a corps and a French and His suite embarked at paying its own expenses a day's sail.
_ !' Treport yields
; .1- e, Odd-Fellow l.burthen, CODSC. A'COPS is. of on the income of more than an The discoverers relate that the reck aIW2
the
_ ; : built by Odd-Fell1w ? body of men a is evening 7th inst., for England The 600,000( a year. The
I ,. and a mays bodri. ; corpse Queen of the opponents be a place the Salmon'
by company of Od wasdeeplv affected on leave oTher system attempted to general resort for
make
.FelloW8 taking it
t
_ 'tihe latter h, to i be this being her first husband, otherwise, by merging the appear ,of those lakes as they found them !there iJ ntZt
r part of thi. C J- "n\ generation from the expenses of J
Brandon King since foreign
week. ,
,; She (l\J her packets, steamers &c. fncaculabte numbers tbtJ!
hu in during
____ .red, on the stocks and ) paper states that marriage; ; she was observed to'shed their estimates 'but having, .
-will G. tears ; ifl5
be this
a \ '1:: !S. boat 1a lied funnels, ex.gov'fnor of About daybreak the following attemptwas exposed and the stay, caught several barrels with no other I
cargo and provisions, on was recently Mississippi, French morning, the nual profit ascertained amount of an. merit than a rod iron end of whiCkttumid ,
0" k-: boaH-. aawssinated in Tx squadron approached'' the English as above. The on one :
Te5pct
_ ready for sea, and as soon as s&t as.; and the inhabitants of Portsmouth coast, system is 'wholly abolished! franking a honk They tried with all! helr JIJ1fI
.. i' COAt: the;itat Even the
her a .ale
.r ways, will oTJndia shawl of ( naval herself! cannot frank Queen board aroond the hOC?
soundings 1
tL: 4. let sail for Freeort, and New York on port England, were early on the lookout a letter, and i is compelled immediately
to
1) Apa3eMcoI' Thursday, several .old as high it, and made every for pay her penny, and thus to but without success. Such a vast colnmDriacaJo ::;,

$300; ; others at $.00,'$300, &c. &?. '$650' and distinguished yisiter.necessary preparation' .for, (he' premacy of the Post Office I law arknowlc.ke: as much the su' it be exposed: to'view, ,would I u? ..!
'" : as cow*
) ,. 'It was contrived that of her subjects, whenever she any Cleopatra's needle, .the
'a. sort of writes
fleet
.i\; _- .", .. 7 ... .." ,, as ,it. were' or other correspondent. to' a friend of Rhodes or any PompeY's'fJllar. or 3 cidtf11-

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\ REFINED.r."Take INSURANCE AGENCIES. New and Fashionable Goods I -
IandJjfJackson
the rag oft the bush." "* WHOLESALE AND RETAIL :; : C6untyb !" Pall and, Wiater Arra.l'e

rul Removing the dilapidated 1inen(rom I GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST THE subscriber begs leave.to. call the attention : in. Jackson that Ioft"eredJor'RENT VJ7IP.P.\ THE U..S. Alail'steamir! :;, ii!'
?* and county, can be obtained
his.customp.rs
VfJL infantile tree. THE country merchants to I I" will leave
nSi makes the pot boil." ," with a Capital of $500,000 an extensive assortment GOODS, which he has m my absence, from F R Piitman, .'-, -TUESDAY Apalichicob, every

pjtJ.-The ar.-u Money precious metals cause the cauldrOn paid in, and security invested,.will take FIRE, just the lowest received market from pric New York,onihe which most he offers reasonable at i .z..... on Ea'l'L any, Marianna. of the following, and those parcels now living, are ,. Leaves Brown's night,'at 12 o'clock.and SATURDAY

to effer"ersc.e.ptll INLAND, and MARINE RISKS, on as low terms-among shan be fond the following requested tp CORe lorward and settle the rent and Ferry every \VEDN'ESDA Y

!, ar.-c. Money circulating makes medium the mare compels go. the terms as any other good Office in the United ;- with Mr. Pittman,,without delay, if they.. wish to taboochee SUNDAY MONDAYS evenings and at 8 o'clock, and' Chat- I *1
-The Goods. remain another THURSDAYS
Dry yeat at 12
Jll' abiquatulate.1ar. States. The above,named Company having paida o'clock, .\_.
to
frnzIe nat I Calicos, of.descriptions s. Places.
c .-"A fool and his money is soonjefinejTlIe large amount of losses in this City during. .the i Crape de Laines, The Armstnng Plantation, VAN VEGHTEN &. SllARPLESS, ( 1.

n2rttd." past ten years, and in every instance, to the en. Cashmere de Ecosse, *c Slaughter Ie ___014_ Contractor .,..
existing between a'tnpie of all descriptionsSilk .
partnership
Hosiery
.cc '
Whitus
ICU
and his small change ia speedily dis- tire satisfaction of the parties assured; rely upon Shawls and Handkerchiefs, Marshall II FOR HAVANA, via. KEY'WEST.he .-.

SI one their well earned reputation for a continuance. Flannels, Apron Checks, Coward fast sailing Schr. ALLIGATOF;

s1red.j1dg'ar.. ,__" What i h bred in the bone cannot 03-: THE subscribers having been appointed Umbrellas Bleached and and Brown Shades Sheetings, Holmes'Valley for the above JSmith p.orlsForfrei"sjt master, wilt meet| or with deroifh-;. If'

ccrne ouf of the flesL"vhich is matured in the ossi- Agents of the above named Company, arc fully :Mitts, Glovep...Cuflfs. &c. &c. u John Brown P't'J to the master, or to pa..CS3ge

,nttI.That, cannot emanate from the carne- prepared, and are authorized to act as such.J Ready Made Clothing.Over 3t JAS. B. STARR: nov r> B ELLISON k.CO., F _

fi id ubdance. DAY & CO. Dress and Frock Coats, nov5 49 Water street. _..-_ ------ 33.Water. atret. t.
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--- ---- ----
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man.JrrJgar. --
011' .-"Tell the truth and shame the nov9 52 Water street. Silk Cassimere and Fancy and Satinett Vests, Pants, CO-PARTNERSHIP.. \ hav- OR NEW YORK-Star Lint --Th; _
J. L. FIT& .1ewMJ
'
in splendid Packet EMPIfc
brig ; p
deviL0 veracious and Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Shirt-i, the Watch and business and,under LewIs,' "
is Jewelry ,
Rt nt.f.-Proctum: J. FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE Negro Pants, Jackets, &e. DPI; ttl to hII14 INSURANCE.THE name and style of FITCH & WORDIN respectfully port" Ir freight or passage, Ia, -
and
calJ 'lr.-CI Ech dog! has his day." Boots Shoes. informs their friends and the public, JUg eJega accornrno.io apply to

JTu'f/Znr/
- rid i if entitled to the possession of one diurnal $200,000 and the PROTECTION Ladies' fine, col'd and black Kid Slippers, next open their stock of- __ _J> __40 Water street

refntution of the earth. INSURANCE II Walking Shoes, WATCHES JEWELRY .4KBXI ) FOR FREIGHT Oh CHARTERC
. ru7fr.-"Doesvour aniotH mother know CO-Capital $150,000 "c.ol'd and bPk.Gaiter Boots, e fast sailing: brig _
are out r* In addition to the capitals of the above namedcompanies Variety of Misses and Cbjldrens' Shoes and s' @w :3)ga t.'I, master, for terms PARAGON, Bray-

.. Vr1. '? _T* "'1'Jr wltcito'is maternal guardian Bootees. ..r-);<" f Consisting of Gold and SilverWatKCtJiU nov9 T apply to .
R' '! they have each a large surplus fundin -: : _ L..lfITCUELj'37Vater .
and :: ; BroacKes, s( _
Hats '
. that her off !Jri'1t H abroid ? "PJ r- '
1tnl'! reserve. Persons doing bmine with these : Pencils FOR
Fine Moleskin and.Fur Eats, Rmgs, Spectacles Studs, 00STOm ,RENT'-Will be rent.
'
. -f>>' !;, ,'?.-The' if'i hri Vi torh. companies may rest satisfied! that they are Hunting Hat, Sleeve and Collar Buttons! Head Ornaments, I. ,:,'''II,,, cii at pu9.c auction, on the remise,' tl (0 _
"Mr Hrnwn.v.' Caps of all descriptions: *, Lockets Miniture-Cases i Bracelets, Music-Boxes: SATRO\y next, the 16th
b''l(Ir N'iii, Iv'riz it rf. fully INSURED to the amount of their policies, just, the .
Brick
' Cloths. Purses, Wallets, Knives, Scissors, Razors and store ,1'\0. G olumbus .
of her fro-n tie! Island Buildings,
ort rw nr.i < (next to
!bfi'l and that losses will be paid winthout vexatious Black Cloth Razor Straps Tooth, Nail and Lather Brushes the hydraulic Cotton ';
for
V.v Prwi'Ieir*, thtt b-mtfil h.d of nPzro Superior ; ; r ,) the year ndlg
r tl Two of these 'chivjlric so < or Africa delays or technical objections. Cassimeres and Tweeds, Snuff and Tobacco Boxes, Violin Strings, &c. 1st October, 18"5. _
1 liberlt. .
. nceee-M, n: nticin<; ohnr'1 1 f1p.;ro bovSel HO- THE subscriber having been appointed Black Satin Vestings. JOHN L. FITCH, Terms-One.halfpavatle the 1st Jan., IS4 ,
S. H'itehin by ral: *, of freedom Cutlery, &c. CHAS. WORDIN.. the. ballance the 1st March following, with satis- -
on Ei, < s ,
int/'lJ. Ag.t! fur the above named is
Companies, fully
&c. T'i! VitoriiJ: nroc-*" led1 I Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery. Apalachicola, Oct. 19th, 1844. lactory security.. B. F. NOURSE,
'1Ialitr. authored) to ta-!:, rises on the lowest terms. Together with"a variety of other Goods too numerous -
. Wl'I t,} an, whi:>n the I1IN "vv ii.o..r I to !h?: I to mention, all of which he will sell (tcr- N. B.-Particular attention paid to repairing Special Bailiff
I .inr( '1\' the r\Jta '1 : wV) i'niJ\.1il; ''':v nr'er' IJ l : 0.\ :\'IEL. J. DAY, low a any other establishment in this city. He as WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY b>' Apalachicola, Nov. 4th, 1514. novg 2t

. 'I'! I." > '1" i M j*''1. tIll T rrM V brought I ;aovO r-2 Water street. respectfully invite you to call and examine for C. W. \\.ordin-all work warranted. o9 tf FOR RENT.-The two story DWFl:

. "rc to K,"v iV:'-.1t ail daliv' l fo !his owner.rli4 .- yourselves, and \h<* is satisfied that he can offer &c. ;;; LING HOUSE, situated on High stre"between I
. ..n1'i't o'j the mrt of !''H nt\i'1 entillttti"i CROTONMUTUALINSURANCECOMPANY( ) such inducements that will[ insure him a share oi Blacksmithingr, !! the residences of Mr. Baltzt-l !

; 'i'n ... r ). ..t L1'1 r'1'1': 'T ." 1)'erv Shi9'r4fl your patronage. TIlE subscriber respectfully informs and Mr. Onnan. _

, ml! Mrer-p*** I intVi itims: of the FRANCIS KOPMAN, the citizens of Apalachicolaand Also, the HOUSE
W.
> next
to
i- oft\e C,!,., af. ''e'" Yor!'. Old stand Baltzell's Patry's Bakery.
'
Buildind's.A'nl"tchiclh
. "11', _T). rnlv sh',')!ll 1 jeb m *'1 'e''. .i o'jriueHir Tr .....t, .;j'. Tov. 1, 1344., and its vicinity, that he has erected fronting on Market street. For terms, apply tf...
" t triiiiZ' vovir** Jo th't t'I trf; of !, on Commerce the rear of TH&CHAUSTJN .
'I ,
c t e rinitel) "tate;, 'mt1"1 't ,> '"v jd,'-o,1 tlM J im:" TI.irv r, Abrah: m Van' N"st, 50 PIECES ui'superIOr Kentucky Bagging, No. 22 Water) street, a BLACKSMITH'S no\53t 43 Water street.
JolmlJ 1-asiIa, Stts! vi '';,"dlll, just received from New Orleans.
SHOP where he i is
J a'hi H'll-'in of t h Vtr? 'riivn On- the pre -
!
.lohn J
. ,,'lie nen tl'1 )'1ila'1t'rn'i to1, "; rpat hittj "re' Edward Hoy-1 Kichardson, Charles Williarii L B Vose Cv/zens For sale by B ELLISON & CO., pared to execute with neatness and despatch, FOR RE .-Twosmall DWELLING :

. tn cltll1 live (rm "u! < ""r 'ifir, i iol rm iJ<'red as James Pnaleri. Joseph B one?,, novo; 33 Water sireer. and on the most: reasonable terms, all work in his i fI".tll;hI HOUSES fronti.On Columbus street _

. dni,%"111)1 prviceM But for thi;"niuct( on the John J Herrick, John F Buitfrtvorth, Tailoring Establishment. line of business, entrusted to his care.RICHARD _! f_! near the residence! Capt. Ellison. _-_ _-

ntrtof the raotain the T1A ro couM easily have George C De Kay, Samuel Sherwood, subscriber arrived from New PARKER. Possession: given immediately, for particulars, I
Samuel A Lawrence Zaduck Pratt THE having just Apalachicola Oct 3m apply to T H & C H AUSTIN
1'Jth 184-1 ,
nrhel NTi Ji'i, whp.rp1riv: : trill has been: lia-1) -
with stock of Cloths Cas- _
Theodore a splendid nov5 3t
Meyer! Herman D Gould), 43 Water st., up stairs.
, tu! fte'nof the reroverv, of *\VP; property.-Light \Villiam P Furnlss, Joseph S. Smith, simeres, Vestings, & ., of the most fashionable 75 BBLS St. Croix Sugar; FOR

. tfthe Reef. John T Gilchrist, Elias T Aldrich, styles, which he is prepared to make up in the 50 do Rio Coffee; 40 sacks do; .4 R&'iT.-The STORE HOUSE

Loring Andrews, Lawrence Hill, most fashionable manner, and at such prices that 23 sacks Java Coffee; 20 boxs Cheese; ,. II;ii fronting on Commerce, near Chestnut ,t., M _
.\Wf'll3'1 de'Htltt> .tr moralsvill: he more at- Cyrus Chencry, Thomas Monahan, will give satisfaction to his customers. The business 100 coils Kentucky Rope; occupied last season by Geo. Brown.

trio1i9 her vi'e* than: a mm. Devils were George \krrVilliam H Townsend, will he under the entire management of 30 pieces India Bagging Possession given immediately. For terms, &'c", _
. uutefrm nnzHs.Om'f James H Snydam, Amos Xoyes, ; apply to T H &. C H AUSTIN )
WM. C. LAWRENCE
who i is well known as a 10 firkins Goshen Butter. nO'v5 ,
- ) oTvill ortr n mVie a rnin irfit.. George William Palen John Breasted person that i is fully competent to suit the taste of Just received and for sale low< by 3t ,13Vater St., up stairsREGIMENTAL _
iTvhv ; r mtrriir .* haonv. i is Btinoyn Leonard Applebv.!
TVr SAMUEL A the most fastidious, from his long experience in B ELLISON & CO., ORDERS.
LAWREXCE.
Ulia< s >?'il I t fifir: tin' in President. ,
"'a 1 ? vrvnr making
i4te14. of clh1e JOSEPH \TONES, Vice President. this business. I shall continue to keep a first .._!nov5 33 Water street. _
nl'f4 .. LEWIS BENTON, Secretary. rate assortment:: of Goods for Garments, togetherwith _
HEAD QUARTERS
Inv ".' I.H.I.1 in hirn'ilf if hen CONSIGNMENT ,
\ '!J1'1n'nt } : pieces Kentucky
V"t4 t'H' \\1.1 fi. 'i 11\'". .!,,,. i'i hrn.Vr"l CAPT WILLIAM SAM'L WELLS C-\ DLEH.Fire, Marine Inspector. an assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, OX Baling i ; 150 coils Bale Rope. Also,11 lot THIRD REDG'T, 1st Brigade, F. M. 7 : _
Surveyor. Shirts, Stocks, &c., to fit out a gentleman's ward .
Apalachicola, Oct. 12th 1844. J
.
= ri in '"vn i u',.. rv.itinn ever prepare awn of choice Hams, cured in Georgia, for sale by
robe, and shall exertion to satisfac-
use give
every [ the
>. fir *1'1t n i fen'ivc t entprnri/.ps. subscriber, AGENT for the above Com- tion MoKAY & HARTSAORNE, THE Companies composing Third Rec3- :
THE that will make it an inducement for those First .
Militia
Brigade, Florida com
The fast inir? li" it h c<\nv'i'r- 1ti )!a j is trIth, the I oct25 40 Water st. ,
, ... I panv, i? ', )'.\' [repired; to receive i applicationsfor favoring me with their custom continue. to prising the Counties of Calhoun and Frankirn,
'ttii 'lOi sen 2, th l'jirl zoirj humor and the
1101 "it. :Marine, Inland transportation and Fire risks, do so. R. STEENBERGH. HOLLAND GIN.-One pipe Holland Gin, I will assemble at Apalachicola on Saturday,;lEe _

Never" !np'1..t't anv oi*>ort'initv of ivi'iir your and to issue: policies on reasonable terms. Apalachicola, Oct. 26, 1844._ __ ,'just received by 16th day of November next, at 10 o'clock, A oi ': -.-; .
DODGE &. GARDNER, armed and the law directs, for -
fully equipped as =1.
-
11ri" others. It sho.v ; Prlnritat ASSORTMENT OF NEW
- fo vo'ir s i } STEPHEN' TSKILLU..1N.: EXTENSIVE .
sep3Q 40 Water st.O .
tV"h tipwtU b" vcrv nrpfh p1eaed."RINEINTEbUtCE.. 33 Water street. : .44- IYbnlP.ale and Retail.-The Regimental. parade and inspection. ,I _
subscr2bers are just rece1Vmg."a'1n5"oa -- TK e Uog nL\Vi\l. formed at -
half-past
., \ Q..o.AI'.l.1TDL: -1I.1 uoxes oapr ; 1ft.
-- Apalarhi! Nov. 1st, l'311.nov5 Gm assortment of FALL and WINTER GOODS, r ii) do Sperm Candles, for sale by o'clock orf Live Oak street, in/ron oi-tilpdiy1. _
consisting oCx- .. -- I -- ...n"sep3 -- .,- -
; - nut street, J
J No'tsrse, Stone &; Co., Family Groceries, of all kinds; 40 Water st. The commissioned displaying westwardly. .;
__ _ and Hardware and non-commissioned cl&- :
Woodware, Tinware ;
--- ---
--- -- OF
COMMISSION MERCHANTS TMSSOLUTIOX CO-PARTNERSHIP.
-- -- cers of each Company attached to said :
) H.ICHIC' H.-\.. . .Noc. 9. Boots and Shoes, Hats; .L7 The of YONGE Regimtnt, .
&
PJrtT OF \ No. 40! Water street, Domestic Prints, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, co-partnership TAYLORis will meet at the same place on Thursday and :+
-, ., -. Fla. and Goods this day dissolved by mutual consent. The Friday preceding the Regimental review aflO ,- _
Apalachicola, and de.cription of Staple Fancy ,
every business of the firm will be attended to C. C.
-\1( !t1\.EO by o'clock, A. M., to be drilled and taught the tac -
Bn; Fii ut'. r.'i 16 days fr>m New \ork.IcKiv R. Franklin Nourse,} demanded' in this market. i Yonge, who will continue to practice in the tics under supervision the Brigade Inspec _
II. B. Stone > B ELLISON & CO.,
',\ V ''Iirtshrne.r Courts of Walton Jackson Calhounand
;: nov9 Washington, tor. -
Hiram \V. Krook ly
) Water street.
5t P.unt rtt, Semntcs, fnfn CeJarir nov5 33 Franklin counties, Fla., and in Henry, Dale The officers commanding Companies >will.immediately

','r..;, ... f.n Bi'nbri 1' Tttos. L. rUitchcl, PERFUMARY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c., 'and Coffee counties, Ala., and in the Court- of after the Company. musters on the (
"" Vi \eit1, ?
""t 1"r : i, i :
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND J. Superior Cologne Water; Appeals, Tallahassee. fourth Saturday in October,'make,returns of the-
DEPARTED. Lavender do. Mr. TAYLOR, has located himself in Abbe- strength and equipments of-their:said companies :
CODIlSSIOXIERCHAXT
. r ttiur Poinsstt. Scnm.-s, for Penaacola.IMPORTS. Orange do. ville, Ala., and will practice in all the Courts'of to the Adjutant of the Regiment,, at least/wo >. _

No. 37 Water street, Bay do. hat Circuit, and the adjoining counties in FloridaC. weeks previous to the Regimental muster oaths,*

novo Apalachicola, Fla. Essential Oils, of all kinds; C. YONGE, 16th November next. -t, .
\'E\\ YOTIK-Per brig Emj>irc_ -. 161 bars iron, Balm of Columbia; Hair Dye ; JOHN B. TAYLOR. The law will be strictly .enrorcettagainst'.2l': ;, -
316 r: cntil i-,1. 43); pkgs m I fo IcKar X Ja! F. Far rior, Tooth Brushes, assorted; Apalachicola, Oct. 13, 18-U. to26 1m delinquents. By order nL ., _

llVtJiorv: 9J p"J ca.riilzi'' IO( pkgs m.Jze.Vm GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING, & Hair do do. R. J. FLOYD, Colon!. \. .
GPOr'-r 'c re); l3 .1 it ATI ICT 'CIIICI; &:* P iSJ "- OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. WM.. HUGHES, '. T'
& Holmes! 10 COMMISSION MERCHANT, Cloth Brushes; Combs; DISSOLUTION : I
VGivlird: ; 75; Uirpsr ; of CHESTER, FARRIOR & .
3d F. M. .
fc Hardin 4 W A -V: P Block Playing Cards, French and American. Adjutant Reg't, J .
HRTaylor; 2' Raymond : No. 9 Columbus McGRIFF, i is this day dissolved by mutual con- : -
CC4in:2V: ) Wylie \c MiK-nzie; 109 B S Ilaw- novfl Apalachicola, Fla. Also, a variety of Fancy Articles, Soaps, &c., sent of the parties. Hugh M. Farrior, is duly Apalachicola, Oct. 12,1844. oU Im"L. : : ,_ -

li; 28 : Div V: Co; 9 Green & Conriery; 519 ,- just received, and for sale at authorized to settle all the unfinished business of'. EN BUTTER few firkins, of stj 1 -"

birsjronj! ps castings, 216 pkgs mdze, Lock- Removal. JOHN JONES' CHESTER VJT rior quality, for sale by -
said firm.VILLIAI! '
bin k V Jones 893: DoJge: A: "
Yoim;; 217 Avery : ; DRY GOODS &c. Hair Dressing Saloon, NOURSE STONE & Co. .
CtfJocr B EHi.'on & Co 2 p'cgsndzf STAPLE k FANCY HUGH M. FARRIOR, _
9.V-JC3 ;
; cistin? notice that oetlQ 3m Centre, near Commerce street. 46 Water;.
,C J Shtpird: 153 S Schiffer; 43 WhitmarshVRichardsoni THE subscriber respectfully gives EPHALY McGRIFF. oct26 "
: 8 Midden & Adam; ; 9 T Hatch"V has REMOVED his stock of Goods to THE subscribers are receiving their fall stock Apalachicola- Oct. 15th, 1844. o9 1m lNDOW-GLASS boxes 8 by 10 Pu* /- : .

; 14 ft J \rn: ,8; 36 pks m'Iz, 5 tons pi? iron, the new building, corner of Center and Commerce Groceries consisting! of : W sylvania Window' Glass, a superior art.clC';,

iMKrts, Allen Co;270 sicks salt, T Onnan; streets, (known as Capt. Simmon's Buildings,) Java and Rio Coffee, Mackrel, Cheese, LUMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned For sale low, by .
1 KDp'ijsmizetoorder.PASSENGERS.! where he offers for sale at reducee prices, a large St. Croix Loaf Sugar, Codfish, Segars, been appointed Inspector of Lumberfor very J STEVENSON & CO-r

and general assortment of fresh STAPLE and A first rate article of Brandy and Gin. the County of Franklin, offers his services 45Wateri': ,. .

FANCY GOODS, direct from New York, consisting I Also-Negro Shoes and Blankets, Gunny Bag the public in that capacity, and will attend to all. octS
Per brig E.npireAl: ; W Gavlard, G II Torry, A in part of:- ging and Kentucky Rope. All of which will be duties appertaining to said appointment.; ,cIORN.-200: bushels New Corn, re ei1 t' j J

deCapt Jones, J A B Aborri Howard R, H H,11 Thomas DoJ;a,, J J 0 Cftldwell Vande-, Black and colored Silks, sold low.VYLIE & McKENZIE, 'OJ-{ Office corner Commerce and Forbes street. 1) steamer Siren;for sale by .....,.,waf .
and Shalla 42 Water st.SUGARS JOHN LUCAS. W A WOOD,. et .
Allapaca, Alapeene oct26 sep30 :
fltet, Mr Hushes' Mr Pool', Mr Payson' ladyladehild '
Mr3T1h. Casmerett and Muslin de Lane, --- Apalachicola, Oct. I5, 1844. ol9 tf IndU and _
Per tfcamrr, Siren-J, Stevenson and lady,' BS<er Calicos of new patterns, COFFEE, FLOUR, &c.-Received ON CONSIGNMENT -Ken: ck :?:R{ 4.

,J (Harden, Uli3riJ' Sbackelford, Atkins, Ir. Muslin, Linen, Diaper Shawls Cayuga, from New York- L. TV. Spratt ; ; Iam la.a 1f ;.
sin, Dosenburv.. Fringe Laces, Gimps Fringe, Corsetts 5 hhds P R and St Croix Sugars, ATTORNEY & COUN ELLOR. AT. LAW. expected by brig VnglDla; AtlUOR -." '

IL: Parasols Ribbons, Cords, Beads., 10 bags best Rio Coffee, WILL. for the future reside in this city. AH low y. JA,& ',J3'Water '; .
-- Silk and Cotton Hose .
20 bbls'superfine Flour, have committed legal business to his sep30 ."
The subscribers are pre- And a variety of other fancy articles. 10 hf do do do, care while resident of Quincy, will please ad- OILS, GL&I, &/ 1i : ,
Also-Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, Domestics, dress him"at.this place. He will continue a regular PAINTS "
kehlte.t _
PVd, to make liberal: advances on Cotton con- Hats,.Cap Toys, kc., &c. 10 boxes Goshen Cheese, attendance 'upon the courts of Jackson and : 3: 5lo Lamp'1: f "'
$led to their friends at Liverpool, Havre New i To which additional supplies will occasionallyreceived 10 kegs do Butter. Gadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at 5 bbls Lms ted C1TO4- Ii. 'G
f
Ytrk or Boston. D WOOD & CO., during the business season, all of which All of which will be, sold low for Cash, by Tallahassee. 75 bOD GI p t.1J..p. \;"- I

3T5 29 Water street. will be sold at a small advance, for cash. .WM. A. WOOD, Office' over W. A. Wooda,No.23 Water street- lbe V egr.r. .aJDy ',&co'al .... .

nov9 tf N. SEYMOUR. oct2G 23 Water st. Apalachicola! Jan. 8, 1844. Cope Varnish./therage-RedJ.-e4W'.and / ; 1 ,Ln...: ,. .i '*fi -

Juat, .. ,.... .
S )HA'13.1. i
B. ;
Liberal advances made on -Six weeks after date, I shall apply AKE NOTICE.-All persons .arfrbid oc.- New Goods

itTeats of Cotton to New York, Boston or NOTICE I Hon'le, Wnv.G. M._Davis, .Judge of T'copyrogLXrrS'irrrne'totxorApalacnTcoIa: : THE subscriber has just'received 'p'er' brig Id- Cbcstmit& CothmerC4" 7': ; L

lJverpol, hy S r SKILL MAN, the County Court Franklin county, for lettersof or ground in its vicinity, belonging to the""APA- E. Platt, a fresh and fashionable assortment C"SU A10 bI Sl. '-.- : -

RoyS 33 Water street. administration on the estate of Donald Camp.. LACHICOLA LAND COMPANY" without of FALL and WINTER GOODS" con- P aRT Ico.sugar! for sale b ;f :, :..., .* __
-- sisting in part, as follows:-' P / ... ARD: ; \0' :
bell, late of said county, deceased. permission. ; DODGE.&.. 4" ,".. .
WILLIAM A. ARCHER. occupying said ,lots or woundwithout Gents Calf, skin Boots; Do extra:fine. ; 40 WateriIt;
would' Any ,
The subscribers reffulty -!. Apalachicola, Nov. 7th 1844. novO! 6w person permission, are hereby notified, :that the Do. Calf sewed water-proof; sejiThvbTf.0 i;_:J ; ,;" ic -____

inform the citizens of Apalachicola, subscriber is authorized the sale of the same, Do. do pegged .do do. ; R SALE LOW frJv'4Q Dsi' .\ .' '
Fat hey' hue just received the latest Parisian OUTThe! person: who carried away and if they do not come forward ; necessary steps Do. fine Calf sewed Brogans; : 150 btlS Pota.tceS- 21.do.dQ ,.onipVD App1L& oJ::. : ;.f-
h, ,), of E. Ste-Anne, Paris,) LOOK of the Com- Mens kip do. Do. cows hide Boots ; Lime _
t ( Briere, 55 rue t Rose Bush, from the rear will be taken to protect the rights of'the ; .15 do : bv .. I' ..,. ,
-. Vttw all orders intr themselvesthe Do. calf sewed 'quartered Shoes; 1f110nS _
prepared to execute tore No. 47 Water street, will save long 1000 bunc e / 'T.L M .
JJ Ine of business in the most fashionable mortification of being exposed, by returningthe pany.All persons are also, notified not to trespass Do. Morocco.and seal skin Slippers; './I 31 ,t atd" : _

Jj* Md! trusts to give general satisfaction to all same immediately. nov9 It the lands by cuttmi Live Oak, Ceda, other Ladies kid walking Shoes qaiters, &.c.j nov5 _
upon bbtabw
Olnay favor them with their patronage.STRODHOFF timber wood. ,C.,H., AUSTIN Agent Do fluted lawn Bonnetts ; i BRANDTWdy. ? -
or '
& GRAY. GOODS !-Just received per late arri- JlpaFa Land Co., Do white lace,Neapolitan do; / OLD and a sm !Uot oOdMnI' ,:.,

Chestnut, next dour to the Po!It Office. NEW a large assortment of STAPLE DRY oct7 1m for ./lpal'a" and its vicinity.UGARS. Infants Caps; Kid gloves, &c., &c. / : J--w fot' sale by.Vhi51Y'.1' I ... _
If landed
5th 1841. of '
GOODS, consisting! : !
------ Muslius, New style Prints, Jaconetts, .-10 hhd_ Porto Rico and St. Croix sep30 ,F..RANCIS K"l\IAN. 4W_.... >. ,....I

XCRANG..Drafts New York and Pro- Lace Muthns. Fringes Dimity, Checks, Sugars, for sale : ..
on g 23 Waier 5t HI/I BBLS Northern Flour, .just landing -- PORTER&.co.otTerior "''i1e1 \
fldence, at sight, in sums to suit purchasers Mouslin! de Laines, Shawls, Flannels,&c., sep30 jrooDt IUU from Brig"Manhatten, ai4 for! sale by \Van G. selected stock of DRY GO ;;, _
For Calicos Shirtings, well .
Curtain
Sneetiugs, '
hle by T L MITCHEL, &' CO.,
ELLISON
S. Prime Pork, just re B. ; .
PORK.12 !
sale reduced by
lIot9 For at prices: of-: ,.
con5itiD .
37 Water street. PRIME 33 Water street. :.. K.... '
B ELLISON & CO., and fo nov5 CalS1mereS,an d -01' "

50 cues Russets, Kip Brogans, Gents fine and novO! 33' Water street. 'DJE- &. GARDNER, E T\RUGS.'- MEDICINE&&c.-The riber I Sattfnets, Tannels and Blankets : '-''wCloths -- ,
4OWaterit.augLv ,
Drugs Pnnt* '
oj Domestic ;. / :
ti'. coarse Boots, Ladies and Misses Slippers i/has.: just .opened a,* supPY country Fpfelm and JnahLmeua;' ,j J
-' Walking Shoes. &c., &c. SPORTSMEN: ic.-A few choice Rifles OILs'O-\KUM &c.-Just received IfedcThei, ,&c. All jJ! frH i Brown'Dnlhngs and i.c .' __
dust received and for sale JL ; double barreled Guns, English and T)AINTS, lJ. S' .lfLEY, unblcached'Sbwfei. .
by and ttended to. .
X CaljnE.Plt. Prom1't1v. ;,_, .. t ree ts eace'a t. ... .,.'I'
brig 8 O'U .t\!
ELLISON Powder Flasks,Nipples, per t'.n t & CommtJ'Ce _' t .1"f..
B Percussion 'Cb
& CO., French Caps, 50 kegs Pure and'No. 1. White Lead; ; J8 Cr. : :: .JOSNABURGS. ;-df .... : .
33 Water street. & together with a greatvarIetY'0Fish J Cotton Osnaburgs;
Wrencher, c. Oil I Olnabu :
and L. 200 gals best :Lamp ; 10 'bales, $t.n. other article itciUX1 J J -
B!OSlERy.A full assortment of Ladies and Hooks, Lines Snell, Artificial Flies, 200 do boiled'Linseod Oil ; : .. And every '- .. _

GenUemen's Hose and half Hose. fishing tackle Just received and for sale CO.by' 10 bales Oakum for sale low by .; r,\:\ D. 23 Water sl. to the country traderl1LGARISMS ... :,.....i-. '1 ".':-,:. ,,
B ELLISON & .
nte by ELLISON CO. A WOOD, S3 Water st. V- : ..
blGr:) B & 4 novo! 33 Water street. sepoc{ W ';,I'.,- ;.. '. tf -
33 \Vatcr street ,
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-= PROSPECTUS OF THE near Chestnut sf. &'STEREOTYPE
1M 44 Water, : FOUNDRY
NOTICES,
=IcLNO'FJOEFiulIIiII ADMINISTRATOR'S : GEORGIASENTINEL. Cor. Ann & Nassau streets,.New r ori., ,

: -shal- applY in the City THE undersigned respetj7 1
weeks after date, I Paper, to published 'inform the Old Pat
i T Superior Court NOTICE.-SiX W. G. M. Davis. Jude;letters of the of AN Evening Savannah, Ga.. devoted to Politics, Commercc. TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNL of rt ..
for Intelligence. 4
I AT CllAM EItS. County Court of Franklin count" D. Churchill, Agriculture and General of our flourishing DRY, formerly known as uJ, '
the etateofD3iid The increasin importance PATENT CONNER'S" and _
the
J. Floyd, comp'r. ministration on enjoyed iri more recently _
1 ...Robert vs. IN ,' HANCERY. late of said county, deceased. ELLISON. and beautiful city-the facilities of an SILF-I&EVOL.1 ,: "CONNER& COOK'S," and the pub.

I Curti and GrlswoW, et al,) BENJ1IN 'PKTOTICE.Six V W transmiS3ion Paler of in the avannah mailsTan: -Venire: to render SIX VJLNtt DARREL AND REPEATING lie in general, that: theyare prepared to enaate1orders

: defendant*" \1'010lillavit filed in Apalachicola, Nov 1st-, ri-t.1. _._ the Evening proposed publication at least expedient, If not PISTOLS. for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES,. jj

u the Court after date I will applyto Hardware, Fine Cutlery,, and every other article necessary to form coal:'
T appearing; Cir.is and George week iiece.SaTy.Whul.t a commercial in Fancy ':::=
I this cause. ihat said Lewis LandCompany Rich r Apa.tjchieola the Hon. of endeavor (
Griawold, trustees: of the and David ac\.son Count:, for Letters character, we han of the ommuuseful Pen & Pocket Knives and Scissors; 1 terms, and of as good a quality as any other es.'.
t-s and said John M. llerrien reside County Court of the estate of William 11. L. and interesting to all! classes of truth-atl, Fine Razor Strops tablishment in the Unitca States. '

k f Selden, who arc defendants in said cause to wit, : the Administration I1 on connty, deceased. lilly, by rendering virtue-and it a disseminator censor of vice. In pursuing Razors, and Port Chapman's Folios, for ladies; ; The Type cast at this Establishment, jSr/both
I of this Territory, Russ, late of sa D. DICKSON. advocate of following Elegant face and the material of
of
l beyond the limits WILLIAMS determined upon, the and Pen Holders ; in style which j it J is
state Pens
: Griswold, in the ofel'1 011 1 (tiw the plan the, Paper Stcel for
and departiflefltsof made particularly adapted servicetin K
Maid Curtis IJerricn and Selden Marianna.Jet.. S,_IS 1 1. will romprise the leading cheerfulness of Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pens; Oft

.' York- ; r and fii COFI1.the_: .. said It j.s; ordered, that.. ..a 11\otfce- +tCsf4te !, ;;: .... ;;;.;: >-Six months after date I will apply which u'-.I'M we,. ",1 hope,..hI'. win li ht carry of truth thc wherever it isKnoyIeIie Red, Black. ,,.Blue. and,. Indelible_ u__ Inks n_.. ;_ paper f11'"t.A Printing.kinds. of_. Stereotvnins_ finished tn IIP.t
01 mon s Court for .Luu "0'" -- r me L e llcr ; vw *--- --- --- -.J io -- ---- *" v'u e r,
lot of the County Patent Inkstanus ; .L-dl'\:1
i eJ once;week for thepaceot NU.LJ--; Hon. Judge I N. B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the
rt'ceived. abote
: ) newspaper dismission on the flepubli- Gold and Silver Pencils :
( Advertiser, o for letters: of sustain the great Fine ; I
shall
I. in the "Commercial before ensuing term Pra.iilin County, late of said county, de.eased. oimrsWe the Virginia and Ken- Genuine German Cologne, and fine Per three times, previous to November next,.will be
in
printed in this district, and each ate of John Norton, can doctrines embraced maintained byJct1cron entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of coo
said dcf<" ants, & JAMES GREEN, Adin r. Resolutions of 1798-99, fumcsjbr Handkerchiefs, &c.Bear's : A d
ta. of said Court, requiring otherwise the tuckey Calhoun, anti times the amount of the three insertions.
Mirrors
Hayne :
a'20 mNOTICESix Toilette
Oils ;
Troup
and au'Cr 1811. Madison, ; (
to April 17, Rights-a iid JAMES CONNER &
\, r of them, appear coufe.sso.I : Apalachicola advocates of State and Tooth Brushes SON.New .
taken distirguishcd Hair ;
g bill will l V* pro other Convention Fine Cloths, :
complainants I shall apply the Democratic York, June 1st, IS 11. jeS
t cI'I1y-tcste.) months after date more recently set forth by forming Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs; 3m
them (a of last-as OnSu
Court in May -
I : against GK( K- U/TZELL, Clc Judge of the County from the at Baltimore he, the fundamental irinciiules Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders: ; WARM SPRINGS.

1 p Apalachicola, MjySWb'!' ,_ 1SI1. _jetnL: : Jackson county for letters dismission what we conceive to Thus having for our mOtO- Morocco Pocket Books ; Tweezers; :ThTV
Pope Govermrnt. COUNTY
administration on the estate of Sampson of our Duties-No 1)ehteperationfrom Ladies' Fine Feather Fans ; MERIWETIIER GEORGIA
# SuperiorAT COMrt. Free 'fradc-Low THE PROPRIETORS of this watcri
1 deceased. a
FrauIUiii late of said county Feather Dusters: ; Key Ringsiolin ; 7 Tot.t.
'i 4 Cl1A Un RS. SAn \H II. POPE, Adm'x. to the Cut1-titl1tion, and placinourself \ and Violin Strings ; : in place, have been induced to open their .(

( \, Robert Mar, comp't., Jackson County, July 20, ISIl. a3-Gm strict adherence upon the broad bias bfthe lauer, we" can the in- Sewing & Knitting Needles, &c., &c.Al.o _House for the accommodation of invalids

I IP CHANCERY. .. -.-. tile tidelity of rhe I..1IioiIL! and of and double bar- and others, much earlier this season than \1S1Jal
alike single
1
I will applyto \'o ( et 1., O1'ICE.-Six months after date, l\l1ificr itt Inaiutainillg he in of the many applications that hare
Curtis and Gviswold, a of the zeal of the civil and re- n-led GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which consequence
I IIT Davis, Judge alone our
f W. G. M. whereby from different
for Board
t r. deidatts.I to the lIon. itscoznprorniscs!; been made, parts cf the
filed of awi the hlein :- for Cash.
affidavit for letters secured to 11 :, ::: ofii-rs cheap
I appearing to .the Gout from and County Court of Franklin county, ligiou!'! lIlerLiCSCafl, he tl.Ourohject ]. Oct. 1st, 1541. o7 tf country, by those laboring under varioussuch disea -
Curtis } ,
H. Thompson. Union perpetnatt Apalachicola
sj'd Lewis estate of Thos. of glort&ins &c. all N1
the of
this cau;c, that ; dismission from 8 our assist in sntaimllg; the great as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, which

Oeonrc, Griswold, trusts of i._.the.Apalachicola Berrien and_.. I II._ .B. .STONE.. ., Administrator.t'Y\"i rm..... -,- c heing C..n"'itnfional.... to ..___ Libertr, anti .i.n drawrincipie '1', i1'I.jI () readilv yield to the virtue ofthe. water.. Webue
t1II p : Land Company, and 5i d J o M said cause-, Apalachicola, May in, 11 1 n.j *" I men's in minds I'IIL&IAI from worship n of thoir follows-- to -'i1fE subscribers j respectfully heretofore held out more inducments to p rna

t David Selden;who are defendants in to wit : i'ICF-AIl persons having claims against tag acquaintance with the nature of their gover- I informs the citizens of Apalachicola seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than tit
1 limits: of this Territory, \TO deceased an to the discussion _.4s Health. To the invalid ShSh
reside bevond the late of Jackson County, columns thall b( open that having those in pursuit of ,We
/ I in the state ot: New 1 Isaac Jackson, ment, our naturp. In and its vicinity,
Curtis! and G'iswoW, the same duly authenticated questions of a general and come early, if you wish to be
the said of all political come,
m the required' to present be entered into co-partnership\ theyare say
't :;'I' Hcrrien and Selden: are !} will the dignity of the press have Cr
said tim :
and the within the <*e, however old benefited. These Springs proved a certain
Yorlt subscribers, no cn iv's
: notice .be to !he the vehicle of prepared at Mr. Gr;
that
rL; ) ordered a it to become rand
It is will he plead in bypernuUmg 'r' of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
state of Georgia. this notice yielded next cure in all cases
law, or abuse. Chestnut street,
I k. spaccoffurrnonthS.t by stand, on BrBr
for the prescribed vulgar personal 1'
a week indebted to scurrility or : have invalids failedtobebe.fited
vabhah.Jvlo.ice! Convention in instance ne
All -
of their recovery. persons nominees of the Baltimore door to the Post Oliice; to execute no
: newspaper the
zI Advertise, a bar Believing
i
ia the "Co.rtmurcial. make immediate set- M. P.\T.T\S who have visited them, for the proof of
term requested to K. POLK and GKOUCK all orders in their line ofbusiness I
before the ensuing said estate are JAMES I\ }!Ir
.t tilt>> district, > of President f1 I refer to innumerable certificate
: dtitie
printed M and each HENRY JACKSON, discharge! the ( which, we can ,
workmanlike man-
to
: said defendants, tlement. AUm r:; fully competent in a 1 I Crvr
t I of said Court, re luirmg otherwise the STEPHEN JACKSON, 5 and Vice President of "the United States, we tj1. .=:': 1 -t--: latest and most some from the most respectable gentlemen in the
the
:\11AI and answer, 2mRunaway election by all ::::: .:- ncr, and in rJ
of them to o2G their ,
appear
2Q 1S41. to promote I
Oct. endeavor State.To
I shall i
j1 complainants bill will be take pro confcsso: Jackson County, fashionable style, and general satisfaction warranted ofp1casurevewi1lsaythjmuch 1
iic ) -- honorable means.Cmr11It.cuL..Tnder will he found the all those who favor them with their I Ipatl'Un3gl.f those in pursuit
t against them. (a COP-tc : thishead to may intend to ofler inducements enough <
Clerk. Neg.'o.t : GRAY. that we
I rt4 F. BAT4'lZELL, various markets for our > STRUDHUKF &
I GEO. IS 11. jet 4m COMMITTED to jail on the 2d instant, latest statements of the and Dome ic- : nov5un : to 'make the Warm Springs the Saratoga the I/
ujlh. both Foreign !\O1st, 1511.Tailoring.
Apalachicola, May s-t-iple productions, I Apalachicola, better House
-tvrw slave: as a runaway, aged about 2 4 carefully corrected Weekly Review South. We intend to keep a than

A Ttp Franklin gitpcrior Court. a years negro, says that he belongs to E. Wells, of together of our with own a market.AGlucuTrrnE.Whatcver: we ever have kept,(and it is said that wegentraDy N'<

'iw CHAMBERS. Said has a scar: be deemed of in- a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirely
Jackson county. negro may TERMS Cash on JDeliciriis..11 / -DO kept

iq' : !, .\ Thnm\" Mitchel_ comp't. ) ....-." fhn ri."ht. nlhow. :, a scar on the right thigh, te>rf><.t tn._ those_ cnxased in Asricultural. pursuits, GC5-,,.,,7 TTTnIfi'n.fiitns- ..._.._ i>_..<,.[ fCt' li'cl. new our houses have all been.repaired, and t tie
' .n 'ViltI .1' u .n
vs. I I U below>tL&u'the"> i.pj.hip ; scar over and in the corner of the shall have due atfention, and no pains win be .1' u/ci THE subscriber) relh'ctfully whole place presents a new and beautitul appear-

-. { :. Dodge,McDougald, Calhoun i is: 5 feet 3$ inches high, and says that spared to make our'paper interesting to the and Farmer, informs the Citizens of Apalachicola ance. The temperature oft he atmosphere i ,
right eye ; trades 'j
other professions
the said to which, all seldom rising above 5(> degree?.
of owning in comparison
thermometer
,I !I, and Bass, trustees his name i is SAM. Any persun but the frieze and cor J and its vicinity that he has the
be
,I It( .. Franklin Land and Apalachicola will please come forward, prove property, may be said to f removed his TAILORING! IvSTABLISHMENT :: Our Baths are in SH: good order as they can be.md NlSh
Lot negro him or he will[ be the for the benefit of those who have not paid un
r Company; IN CHANCERY. pay charges and take away nice.GENERAL bTEJ.r.wF.'icr.-In: this departmentwill to new

e ..' Lewis Curtis and George f dwelt with according to law. be found a general synopsis of the passing building of Capt.} Simmons, corner vMt, we \\ -scribe them : they are 6 in number,
\ trustees of the SIIEPAKD, Sheriff, with occasional selec- : -h ten feet in the clear, with :1 dressing
j :. Griswold, C. J. events of the day, together of Centre and Commerce stivol, e; < square
:
J Land Co. Periodical both Foreign i attached to each, and are so arranged asto
; of Franklin County. ,
t Apalachicola I tion from the best Literary and i is: now prepared, on reasonable room
\ : I .,. -' -,--' Myers, assignee in I Apalachicola, Nov. .rth, 181-t. Gtnupf and domestic. In fine whatever will have a = terms-to execute all orders raise the water to any depth reqnired;'our Sprin!
} l 111 ? of W. the rich and varied natural ; of thirteen hundred gallons of
I bankruptcy George tendency to develope __ in his line business, in the latest affouls upwards Sh'
: j Rcva.'tlI elevate the moral character of the ;
$2OO State water
defendants. of our minute the temperature
Ross, resources and warranted to lit. water per ; S!
and
I t I .4. TT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in RUNAWAY from the subscriber about of its citizens or promote the prosperity live and most fashionable styles, attended to. i is precisely !JO degrees. The analysis i a.i takenbyDr.
which
;: his: cause that said Daniel McDougald, James two years ago, two negro men, u JOHN" happiness of the community ardent and in humble we support., N. .B.-Bov Garments JAS.particularly C. COLEMAN. J. l- Cottiug, State Gcr.logi't! i is :1tOlloT. ;: SIBi

.. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis and ALBERT." Albert is about thirty- shall meet with our the feetquantity BiB
S. CONDITIONS.::; Oct. 1st, IS 1-1. o7 tf Height above the level of sea, 7931 ,
: )r. -4 and George Griswold; and Myers, reside five years of age, and about 5ft oin in height, SENTINEL, will he published every Apalachicola, : one win pint. or 2. ,R75 cubic iichijspecific .

I I J ,f .... beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: theLi' is thick and heavily built, has a very black skin, TIlE DAILY imperial half sheet, and delivered gravity 0,998} -
t ; Raid McDflugald, Calhoun l' and Griswold, in the well made and in any part & SMITH'S .... .... ....R trace.
of Georgia; the said Curtis : i is about !Oft Gin in height, is stout; payable in advance. W of Hydrogen,
-- I ,. 1 .. nf .!wow...... Vfn-lr-.....!.. anutnesaiu Bass in the state "' %-.. ......"'",,1,,,.., hi'o1 _.:kin_ i_. not_. verv black. h.i IJI.rather annum'J'.I.r.I.1,! .. .RKVTIXIIL._.. : for the country, will beinvariably TIMES.-During the time this SOL1DS-Carhonate! of Lime,.... ....1 grain. te
'.. raIeoL > UtUJWUlUt LiLa n. n 01 11&:0 V' 1iIIJ t --- --- -
J. !I')
II 1.:; that notice be published C1J and dark week a Super.Hnya1thiet1ai j."...0.0! hoc I. Ucon: hpfnro thn wnrljl.tlie proprietorsrefer Carbonate of Iron..3 5 grains.
1 : of Alabama. It is ordered, a between that of a black negro a issued once a on
,; with pleasure to the praise which it hl\ Carbonate uf Magnesia, ...._. ... .1009gramThe as
r i ; \. : once a week for the of space this of OO\1Tt four,months m the molatto.above named It is well were known at'orK to many afouuu, that ul.v-the. forwarded pCI QIUIUlll hVrI1a! \ QlgJopr hi"\'o i copies for in ad-$5: elicited from the ]press of England, Ireland, Scot- tpmnrerature of the Water,' winter' 'audttfl-. ?'

before.__ the cnsuingteriu. ... negroes the subscraber -or five copies for $10-plya : of land, the United States, Canada and the West mer, 90 degrees."I I"
.: : u.i -- : quiri eYcH !l ts'lr.i.qtWemI -: :' ; 101'1; for !;ome time after .J.. ."i. _;u oontain aii the reading matter '" .
l I'' 1 t.. ti District,.r g- icr bill shall v.( .'lorma, anu" Ul_) ua\'t UiUCUU) the daily- paper, including i Editorials,Conim; uica- Indies, and the encouragement it has icceivwl A Splendid Road has been finished'exprt4r! inN

I f.i i ,. aid answer, otherwise the complainant< t them.pytoGWF.BALTZELL and it is believed that they are it from all
: against essential features distinguish
t .. "r be taken: pro confesso neighborhood &:c. Three summit of a Mountain, where you behold ones
reward of $200,
still thereabouts. The above Qc-Advertisements will be inserted in the Daily publications.
contemporaneous
i 1 L t ; ( Clerk. will be paid for their apprehension and lodge- Paper at fifty cents per square, for the first andtwentyfive First-It contains:: a full, correct and comprehensive the most magnificent; views in Georgia.. A good
h' ( 4 well knmn
jet :1m them, for each continuance. In the road has also; been made to the
1811. that I cents
May 31stt in otherwise, so get List
Apalachicola, ment any jail, or Shipping arranged on a plan so plain
\ frcmb
E. t. fifty-cents per square, will charged i COLD SPRING, only fths of a mile
Weekly
; for either of he who read.
that
t runs
__ t .: \ r. Apalacl1icola DisU.ict of Flol'ida. or $100 them.JOHN D. GRAY for each insertion. and practicable, may Hotel; this Spring si said by all10 haveseenif, !'
1 in the Marine of America
t!' c FRANKLIN COUNTY. JESSE F. POTTS.St. The first Number will appear about the first of Persons interested may to h be the finest cold water in the world.
I \ '.. per if the turn in an instant to the information which they
October ,
next sooner
} necessary arrange- the varioov-
The amusements at Springs are
- D. K. Dodge, Compl't olO 1m :
4. E ..- and > //i Chancery. Joseph, Oct. 14th, 1814. ments can be made and a sufficient number of seek with the certainty of relying on j it truth.It The Ball Room i is: opened nightly and the services :
'i' ;' subscriber obtained to warrent the publication. thus supercedes Shipping Lists, and other expensive -
1 ; James C. Watson, ct al. Def'ts. ) $2OO Reward of one of the best Musicians in his sectioncftlu
handin
j wishing subscribe will
Persons to please
of which]
{Q Jrr[: publications from Europe, some
1.1 TT appearing to the Court, from the report of RUNAWAY, or stolen, two {negroesLYCINDA" their names immediately, and those holding sub- six times the of Williner & Smith'sEuropean country, i is engaged to take charge of it. .

'. J. the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed, and JIM.-Lucinda left .. scription lists will forward them by the tirt; of October are "price \Ve intend to devote cur time exclusively

I ,, That the following sums are due by the parties !about the 21st August ; she i is: between 20 or sooner, if convenient. Times. season to the comfort of our visitors, and welwf*
contains Price Current of all the
I 11\ hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments hereIll' and 30 years of age, darkcgmplexion, dehcate Communications by Mail must be post paid, to Secondly-It : to be able, between us, to please all, and seetfct

-' 'tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin made, sway back, small .hands antI feet, good insure attention. great British and European markets, devoted none dissatisfied. Mr. and l\Irs.Jobn_
away
; I i Land and ApaUclucola Lot Company public notice countenance and extremely proud ; she was purchased WILLIAM B. HARRISON. principally to the articles of trade and commerce will have go charge of the house S. .R. B. '","'" ..
ttI the Editors in this and adjoining States, by givingthe more immediately appertaining to the American -
.\,. u hereby given to the parties respectively, of L B Randall: living on Upatoie, his whole attention.
: give
< .. tq the same to Benjamin F. Nourse Receiver, Columbus, on the loth of January, above a few insertions, will confer a favor, continent, and in which the merchant, the trader heretofet .
pay from Our will be the as
1 I L if. 9 miles 7th inst. which will be duly appreciated, and reciprocated and the of business must feel an immediate charges same
in said cause, together with the interest thereon J m left the man BiISS.
J. rf. At f_.t : I 11\ __ ..1._=_ ____.__ 1S43, by the subscribers.'" U Hd n,) 11 thr- first opportunity.A tntnfft"t- C\n t\-\i\ ef. I I \ .. iromuieursi da y of March, i3iaur uieir respective he is a likely young leuow, w ycarso: f age, aimis Subscription list will be found at this 1111CKJ3L.; 'Vyil lilt JV-UIW.V1 free. A fine stock of goods is: kept cere, IIJI
shares will be sold at public auction in dark complexion, a little figures, and the remarks accompanying the-vari- i
.ac- about 6 foot high, otrtce.-SAVANVAII: SEPTEMBER: 3, iS: !!. sold at fair prices. These Springs are& m11 f
) i r "cordance with a decree of the Court of Chancery knock-kneed ; wore ofF a straw hat, white panta- ous markets, showing their actual condition, maybe north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Grert-

for the District aforesaid, to pay the several loons and cloth coat, and has left his mother and Tax Notice relied on, andre in fact an authority with ville. Visitors will fine difficulty in reactaj r.

amounts so due and owing. SaLe first Wednesday lather and seven brothers and sisters> ; consequeritiy N conformity with an Ordinance, passed by most of the first houses in the principle cities of no i:
I Stages
_, -) 'in December next, to wit : we have just grounds :for believing (haying the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa- the United States and Canada. here at all times, as: Savannah the daily .4 COJKO* I

*%Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st found 'a free pass in the possession of one of lachicola, March 22d, 1814, entitled "An Ordin- Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the Mobile Madison, Montgomery with Columbus, and, Greenville gua. ucj,*" .

\'j.: ; farcb, 1813.. .. . .. . S. .$1.660 00( the other negroes,) that one Lucy A. Barte, and ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City." American reader, in a concentrated state, and and Hacks from both here, so ,toe*

1UQwzm A. Thornton, 3,31061 her Washington Stevenson, has felonouslyinveigled : I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this where the interest cr importance of the subject will be run daily places A four horse Stazt

Burbn Hepburn or his assigns, were stolen, taken and cafried off the above day levied upon, and will on the lath day of December demands it, in the most detailed and ample form no disappointment. week by the
- also leaves Columbus three' tines a
mbted on the same day and year. 972 76 named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her son next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the 'very topic of political commercial, domestic and

4. o n l? Howell.. . . . . 363 OS6rur absconded from the house of Thos T Bartee, with Apalachicola Exchanze, proceed to sell at public miscellaneous: interest which has occurred in Eu- way Hamilton, for the Springs. receictc .

1fy 6f the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack, whom she and her husband, John R. Bartee, resided outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the following rope, or elsewhere, since the departure cf the The Proprietors will be ready' to ,

a !u e of't'e Superior Court of Franklin county the son-Washington; on the 21th and Mrs. described proj..:M I t.:1. :; will bring double previous packet ; especial regard being paid to pany on the first May. R. BONNE&-

i .iii th\4pa.liicola District of Florida. Bartee on the 29th.oflast month. She left disgracefully the amount annexed, togcharges ther with all costs and whatever is most connected with or relates to the SEYMOUR JOHNsoj.

R. J. MOSES, after- and of sale. social and commercial of ,WILLIAM G.
: breaking glasses every thingin political, well-being known tW*
well
: Master in Chancery. her power.Ve: 'will pay twenty dollars for the (Union, or the adjacent British province. In The Warm Springs are so
whom pubIicth'
To ed.
'trApalac Block Lots. nRSe $ cts.I do think it trouble the
H AugQst 19, ]8.14 each of the above described negroes, delivered to \ short, it takes a glance at every circumstance in necessary to theitC1 .

I AjclL1t&DjstrjctofFlorjIj_ us in Stewart county, Ga., or lodged in any jail so I 36 1D2 A. T. Bennctt,. . :!::! OUC2 which the inhabitants of the Great Western: continent i long'ai: ray of certificates,'setting forth well I!'
invalid as
to the the :
of
&- SHrHnfCoirt_Franklin that we get them; and will pay the balance two 4 S can possibly feel an interest. It puts the patronage ?
? County ..., pleasure.Vewiil !
of health and tftg"
i -.Mphonse Loub ,hundred dollars (say $160) for the apprehension of 15.d. E IJartlett,.. . .\ b") I,) Americrn reader in possession, the moment it man reader tolowinsr '
Ys % 1N H ANCERY. the thief or thieves, with such evidence"as will I 2tj 2 & 3 : comes to hand, whatever has transpired during only invite the attention of the

". ._ ; \ ,. ? for thelaw directsin H'2' 3 I.. Iivi1L,. . . o 'PJH2 ci il... : t \ : r-' ___!:*:__! '.._.i letter. from Doct. J. J. Boswel1ofCol
1 p LavidD. churchill, j uu* foreclose convict them negrostealing, as inc iiuervai m ruro p e-personal l, pumicai, ana Q--------
r o Mortgage. 4 J. C. Birdsal,... . 2 ;30 bus:
,. 'irJ1':: ... J'laeariri;to the CoOfty affidavit, that the such cases made and JOHN provided. }t'l 9& 12 Calhoun &Bas,. . 1IJ 00 commercial.It I COLUMBUS, March 23d 1, 1 184* .
BARTEE.
D. Churchill I P. has attained character
1' 1, ....... e above defendant, THOMAS 0. BARTEE. I At 1 John Evans. . . :! 50 already a very: high Dear Sir-It isrdue you as the accomincda
JQI beyon, the Ja"Kctionf this Court, and .. and m'ly'with: threat propriety he said to contain S9r1" I
\ oU he. Territory of .10rld3,but within the Stewart Co.,.Ga., Sept. 2oth. 1811. o7 Gt D2 t&9) c. Edinondson f ,. . ...).!} ou the BEST PRICES CURRENT: ; the BESTSHll'PI and courteous proprietor'of th"W.arm pub1i -
the
I'jj- .': I m3.d Unit e, in' tal..: 'Iris ordered, {!.publication be WM. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large Imp'd III E-2. 3k; .10 11 5 John _GII.more,. . . .2U; G LIST; and is the BEST EUROPEAN Merriwether may wish to leave county-It their own is, doe homes;and w! "":'

; ,, -. Apa1achico e newpaper publishcqn. the city of well selected stock of DRY GOODS, 43 I 6 F. R. Griffin,. . . 1 UO NEWSPAPER which reaches this: country during the sickly season to seek a'place3r t
I. week for four from for it in
once a onthsre. England ; comprises a condensed comf0f
f. "to _quiring him tu consisting ofCloths:- 1 9 J Estate of John Gillispie, 2 25 they can enjoy health, and'all the
and tt
form of
complaint 'on Tfbre the answer.the.w id bill of Cassimeres,and Kerseys; C2 t 6 & 7 J acou Harvey,. . . 7 50Imp'd twenty-four columns, every description of cultivated and refined society, to point, thi e
expirati of interest which had
.. .' \ of hat Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets; A2 7 John Kern ,.. . . 3 50Imp'd news America, transpired the Warm Springs. In its Topographical Sl
SfnrewiVH" ill be taken as t in and other Foreign
( .... hlma.d5VurtheroncrS\ rUtd Foiei&n and Domestic Prints; LO 3 Jobn Kennedy, . . soS England parts, from the tion, i it is unquestionably inferior to no 1yaterm.
of the to the hour
L i' *# *1- as Coumay vennthc Brown Drillings and Irish Linens; 2 J C. Love... . . 300l7 sailing previous up of depar- place in the United States. The l\fedIC1J) ;

j4 } 9 (CoP. -7-Teste.) GE\J'-". seem BALTZELL justice. Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ; 3Villiam; Low,.. . 3 00n2 ture of the number.Steam ship which conveys. the forth- tues ofits Waters from the Chemical anaO : ,.

A J. &,-BRANCH, Clerk. "Shirtinas o ; 11 Charles McKinney,.. Soomp'dE2 coming mitted to the public by the States Ge.ogist
It will be sold at cents
I ; Solicitors_ for Comrji a. ... Cotton Osnaburgs; 10 J.Martin.4-2;) QCJ- 12J per copy only. aud ever will exert a happy' influence' ove

f] t Apalacru. Feb. 29, 181:' mll-tln And every other article in their line adapted Imp' .A b \, the trade. dec4 monials, the Boston Morning Post, sbys:- all a .
rcOSHEN country y 2 5 Jno.T.Myrick,. ... 500PI rher DysentaryDispepsy, and
BUTT-ER-A few 1 't1s. of supe- 11' Joseph Mitchell,.. . 4 51)E2 We are greatly indebted to this newspaper for ;
i] t V_ rioT.... quality.. ''tM- sale by r I..N- CONSIGNMENT.-India and Gunny I our.foreign, miscellaneous and commercial news. skin and Kidneys. hale OD1In .
,
Q McKenzie,. . 500HI addressing this note to vou sir |
; NObttSE, STONE,\ V 3agging :Manilla and Kentucky Hope, daily One number of Willmer & Smith's European ol.
; Co ;
oct26 I & 17 R. Maitland & sons,. 7 00III complied with the earnest solicitati ..
46 \ expect.a which will be sold Times is worth a whole tile of other
: Wsw gtNDOW low by brig Virginia, g & 12 Peicr nd Jos Mitchel. GOO any English kind friends who have been either radiCUYCor
"
tw W GLASS.-20 boxes 8 by JAS F FAHRIOR. ,. 15 8 A.. J. Norris,. . . .1 300 paper. .. benefited the curatives Q&t' t
;: by 'Tv-i.-- greatly by .
... -- uzfl. set>30 ])l1hl.h; t1 Livm'nnnL Jnct
1 Ii., vvarersr. -' ... .. ...... nt ...... nezore the st
I I V. 1' ui G lass .u. % UL .LaLLIfJVU1 .L : eamer --.
g ujiv vmaow a superior articV*. 30 7 Ogden &erguson, jImp'dC2 25 of the Warm Springs .. .{

; \ .I l'.c "1- ,J' ,.. ; ," ,: -. .For: Bale; very low by -,'. PAINTS ULS GLASS, &c. 00 Dan'l. Ryan, . . 325 sails FOUR'DOLLARS by WILLIAM PER& SMITH. Subscription- I am, dear sir, with sentiments .1 jjjijhcO .

I : '/ F I. ;- : J STEVENSON &. CO., keg3white Lead; Imp'd A 00 John Raga,..; . . 225 ANNUM. .. deration your obedient servant,

f il i octS __,__ 45 Water street. {) bbls l1seed Oil; 5 do Lamp; Irnp'dA2 2 Frank YVhite,. . . 3 00 J. J. B oSWEIk

i jiOR;f SALE. Low from the Z150bbls 75 boxs Glfcg-assorted sizes; 7 4 Thos. L.'Wingate, . 2 75F2 IT is the intention of the proprietors of the To Co). S. R. Bonhi I? I .

; -1; Potatoes 40 do Wharf: 100 Ibs Verde .;is'; paint Brushes; '15 Henry Williams,. . G 00 EUROPEAN TIMES," to publish EXTRAS, con- : .

!r -- I. 75do Lime ; 21. do Onions ; Copel Vtrnish, Litherace, Red Lead, &c., &c. PETER .ROBERT.;--- taining a digest similar to the European Times, MEDICINES, &*.Tbe; JUbItT Jri1g!

I f r .. ,. .1OOOiunches() Onions; by Apples Just received, *id for sale by City: Tax Collector. ,but more condensed: price three cents per copy, DRUGS opened a iresh saW1* rJ. tr1

.
t"': .' .- 'r L MITCHEL L: S. HAWLEY, Apalachicola June 7th, 1844. je15.0m ,which' I shall: J Have forwarded by.post and railwayexpress Medicines, &c. All orders from the (

: jet .. cor._ Chestnut fc Commerce steets. in a few minutes after each steamship'sarrival B. S. H-- (
attended
nov5' 37 Water _- ._ superill promptly to. (
-
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street. -- -- bush Coarse Salt
of a in Boston, and which be obtained *
SALT.-1,200 &
may Coming
Chestnut
.:' 4D) \:/'lORN. PORTO RICO SUGAR-10 his superior quality received jel cor.
on.
-- bfashels New Corn, received consignment.For quantities at very low prices. b '
)t per Rico for sale sJ1
) Sugar, V ,
,, \Zf sale Cotton
steamer Siron, for sale: by byRAYMOND EDWARD WILLMER. SNAIIIJRGS.-10 bales

I : ;\ : sepSO IW| A WOOD, 1\Vatcr O DODGE & GARDNER, & HARDIN, EUROPKA.N TIMES" OFFICE, ) O Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by >r!ct,'

't:: \ sq p'Jl 40 Water st. sep30 33 Water st. Boston, Juno, IS!H. J jyl sepSO lv A 'OOD-J"

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