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:APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1844.


[NUMBER 47.


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED SATURDAYS ,
13BY '

Office third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce & Chestnut streets,

AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM,.
PAYABLE INl ADVANCE.
Advertisements of ten lines or less (twenty lines
or more in proportion,) conspicuously iins,.-r:tL
at the following rates:
One year,....... $10 00 One month,:..... .2 5oi
Six months,........7 00 Three weeks,..... 2 ,oi
Three months,.....5 00 Two wev-ks,......1 5,'
Two months ....4 00 One insertion......1 il,
To those who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
count will be made; but all a.vertiemn ,itsii 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 Marianna,............ Phillips, Master.
Ship Rienzi ...................C l k, ",
Brig Empire, (new) ......... Lewis. "
Brig Caroline E. Platt,........ Rice, "
Brig Virginia,......... ....... .Talbot,
Brig Saratoga,.............. Bedell, "
.Brig Cayuga,................Bedell, i
Brig Mary,...................Richardson,
T HESE 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., Apalachicola.
October 1st, 1844. o26y
NEW YORK APALACHIC' LA P. ICETS.


Regular Packet Line.
Ship Martha Washington,.. .J J Doane, master.
Ship Floridian ............ Wm. Pratt, "
Ship Uncas .................P W Latham, "
Ship Emblem............A L Dyer, "
Brig Manhattan ............ W H Doane,
Brig Ann Eliza, ...........W C -Paik, "
Brig Metamora ...........H Ashley, "
HESE vessels are of light draft of water,
built expressly forth trade, of the best ma-
lorial-, copper fastened and'coppered, with hand-
some accommodations, and will sail punctually
as advertised. When the day of sailing falls on
Sit.d ii, the ships will sail on thi, M...l follow-
ing. The price of ris_ 5e 4 I 9-0. without liquors.
-: All goods forwarded to the subscribers, at
New York, will be shipped free of commission.
E. D. HURLBUT & CO.,
84' South st., N. Y., or,
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
sep3 46 Water st., Apal'a.


CARDS.


J. C. Allen,
Wholesale and '. it,.i Dealer in
DRUGS. MDICe 1N L:,-, .1 '-AlNTS, -OILS,
GLASS, ; i.1 SUES, &c., &c.-
also,
A1 general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, ST.-TIONARY, .-,'., &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
nov5 A il : I i..'01 :>l Fla.
H. *P. Woow.
AUCTIONEE R,
Corner of Water and Centre streets.
O.- The subscriber hliviii taken that very pro-
minent stand, (c,.,nir of Centre and Water streets,
is prepared to attend f.iii'".illy and promptly to any
business intrusted to his care. nov5
IMichael A. Mlyers,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMI.- -,'N
MERCHANT.
No. 30- Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Geo. S. Hawkins,
ATTORNEY & COUN!IELLOR AT LAW,
W- Office-Up stairs,
No. 1 Columbus Block, Water street,
nov5 .\f,:., l i' .,, Fla.
A. G. Sellaines,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
5- Office, JVo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.

James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola,- Fla.
SOffice, JVo. 9 Columbus. Block.
He would respectfully solicit the patronage
of his friends andl acquaintances.
HI. R. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
gt= Office, cor. Centre and Water street,
oct-'.ily Apalachicola, Fla.
A. L. Clemen1ts,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 23 Water street,
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa.
Wni. Sydicy GreenM, 1. D.
-DR. GREEN takes'this opportunity of expres-
JL sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
der himself more u-?fil in his profession.

Office on Centre, near Water street, dec25
Ligon & Owens,
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Abbeville and Troy, Ala.
W ILL practice in the County and Circuit
Courts of the cou, tie 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.


CARDS.

JEREMIAH DAY. : DANIEL J. DAY.
3. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Nouttrse, Stoe &A- Co.,
CO24MIS4SION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water -,frt,
Adlachicola, Fla.
B. Franklin Nourse,
H. B. Stone,
Hiram W. Brooks. nov9 ly
_M-cKay & Hiar,,horne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
oct26 Apalachicola, Florida.

W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.

D. B. Wood & Co.,
GENERAL COMMiSSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street-Up stairs..
nov5 .Apalachicola, Fla.
Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Wm. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
oct26 ly .Apalachitola, Fla.


W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water -ir- et,
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa.

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

Thlos. L. Mitchlel,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND,
COA, iM[i'ION MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.


WMA. H. KIMaBROUGHI. JOHN I. RIDGWAY.
Kimnbrough & Ridgway,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 253 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
fo' Liberal advances on: cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. oct26

Jas. F. Farrior,
GEN FEi \IL RECEIVING, FORWARDING, &
CO- .II.SSION .rCRCHANT,
No. 9 (C._i.iinb us Block,
nov9 : Apalac'icola, Fla.
Wylie & McK enzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Apalachicola.
ALVA WYLIE,
WM. A. McKENZIE, 5 sepl ly

Jolhn HI. Hull,
of the late firm of
[N. A1. Hardee 8 Co:, Savannah, Ga.]
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Office, No. 48 Water street,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
CHASE. A. GREEN, CHAS. -H. CONNERY.
Green & Connery,
COMMISSION, MERCHANTS,
No. 28 Water street,
o14 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
David G. Raney,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER, IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 t1n Apalachicola, Fla.
B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
deci ly Apalachicola, Fla.
Dodge & Gardner,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No 40 Water street,
- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores. .,
dec18 Apalachicola, Fla.
JOEL W. PERRY. WM. C. DICKINSON.
Perry & Dickinson, .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street-Up stairs,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Stephen T. Skillman,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
also,
iAgent for the
CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE CO.,
of the City of New York.
No. 33 Water street--Up stairs.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
3Miller &- Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c. :
Cor. Water and Chesnut streets,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
Francis Kopiasin,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash, ,
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.
H. R. Wood,
CITY WEIGHER,
corner Centre and Water streets.
oc26 Apalachicola, Fla.


CARDS.


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


No. 136 Water Sf 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALI;. Proprietor.


Edw'd. C. Center & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.Mobile, Ala.
Collections and Remittances promptly at-
teded to.
Refers to-Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne,
oct26 6m Apalachicola, Fla.
Andrew S. Cooke,
COMMISSION M R RC HIANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tch6oipitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
janl5 t1nov Apalachicola, Fla.
SHEPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, WM. H. WYATT.
Lippincott & Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
SNEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly

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

J.. W. Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. novi ly
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New York, New Orleans and Miscellaneous
ADVERTISEMENTS.

PRINT WAREHOUSE
IN NEW YORK
To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade
by the Piece or Package.
No. 44 Cedar street, near William.
L EE & BREWSTER give notice tb
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, thanh those whose at-
tention is dividediamong large variety of articles.
The stock consists of several thousand patterns
and colors, embracing every variety of AMER-
ICAN AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market;
many styles of which are got up exclusively for
their own sales, and cannot be obtained else-
where, except in second hands.
Dealers in Prints will find it to their interest,
to call and examine this stock, before making
purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they will
have the advantage of learning'the lowest market
price, and comparing all the most desirbl.: and;
fashionable styles in market, side by side..
"- Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every
variation of 'the market, are placed-in the hands
of buyers. oct7 tfn,
Conmitission Business.
Nw York, March 12th, 1844.
{'- WITH a knowledge of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuits, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of fall kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-w
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 Gm 78 Pearl street.


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

8( WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and
Window Glass, &c.- Will keep constantly on
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows:
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2;
White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;
Green and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orange do;
-FINE COLORS :-Ultamarine and Cobalt;
Yellow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; English do;
Vandyke Brown; -Turkei 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;
BruAsels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & CamelHair Pencils, 1-i and 1L in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Sk-.k*'rs, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do;
Whitewash and Mop do;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
'Mas$tic. for Pictures, &c. d f
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of
French, English and American.
Fte- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats,
Shipping and Plantation use; together with a
variety of articles in the Painting line, too num-
erous to mention. jy6 ly


F t C ei' stt"


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THE MOTHERLESS.
The following is one of the most touchingly
beautiful things we ever read. No one can doubt
that this is the language of a husband and a father
with a spirit stricken by the loss of one fondly
loved as a wife, and as the mother- of his precious
ones:
You're weary, precious ones! your eyes
Are wandering far and wide; :r
Think ye of her who knew so well
Your tender thoughts to guide;
Who could to wisdom's sacred fore
Your fixed attention claim !
Ah! never from your hearts erase
That blessed mother's name,
'Tis time to say your evening hymn,
My youngest infant dove !
Come press thy velvet cheek to mine,
And learn the lay of love;
Mv shelteximg arms can clasp you all,
.My ".'r deserted throng!
Cling"as you used to cling to her.
Who sings the angel song.-
Begi% sweet birds! the accustomed strain,
Coire warble loud and clear;
Atl .,,! _--1- you're -' eeui,;g all,
Y'..4"- sobbing in my ear.
G>....diiLlt !-Go. say the prayers she taught
t..e._ v,:.ur little bed-
The lips that used to bless you there
Ae te-ilehit with the dead!
A fattl'r's hand your course may guide,
Amrd the thorns of life;
His c re protect those shrinking plants
Th4 dread the storm of strife.; ....
But w-io upon your.infant hearts
Shel like that mother write !
Who touch the strings that rule the soul!
De# smitten flock, Good night.

THE GUILLOTINE.
The LONdon Quarterly Review contains an in-
teresting i'ticle upon the systematizied murders
by the Gillotine, the origin of the barbarous in-
strument, nd other matters connected with this
terrible f ture in the history of the French revo-
lution. ae Guillotine, it appears, was not dri-
ginally de gned with any view to what turned out
to be its :.st important characteristic-the great
number o victims it could execute in a short
space of t ',:--bit this bloody instrument was at
first pr.-., .q:d on a combined principle of justice
and n-rc tli- inventor contending, thathanging
was a lin ring and cruel punishment, while death
by decapi tion must be immediate.
After ving much information in relation to
this sang ary machine the writer of the article,
speaking f the position it occupied in France,
says that e Guillotine remained in performance,
in the ce brated Place de la Revolution," un-
til June 1794, when the inhabitants of the
street th ugh which the sufferers had to pass,
being we y of the heart-rending sight, resolved
that the c el instrument should be removed to
the Plac St. Antoiae, in front of the ruins of
the Bastil It stood in this new position, how-
ever. but ve days, the shop-keepers not liking
their new neighbor, and having, in those brief
five days, executed ninety-six persons, it was re-
moved to he Barriere du Trone, where it stood
from the 9th of June, to the fall Robespierre,
27th July, 1794.
In the )rty nine days, in which it is said to
have stool at the Barriere du Trone, it dispatch-
ed 1270 p4 rsons of both sexes, and of all ages and
ranks, an it became necessary to build a kind of
sanguiduv to carry off the steam of blood; and
on the vtry day when Robespierre fell-even
when the d-lightest interruption would have suf-
ficed to hale stopped the fatal procession--forty-
nine persons passed to the place of execution !
On the 2ath of July, at about half past three in
the afternoon, just as this last batch of victims
were about. to leave the Conciergerie, a conside-
rable con-I option in the town took place, caused
by the revolt against Robespierre.
Here an event occurred which reflected great
credit upoi Sanson, the chief executioner. He
was conducting the prisoners, but observing the
disturbance, and seeing Fauquier, the Accusateur
Public, .passing the court where the prisoners
were ascending the fatal carts, on his way to din-
tier, he ventured to stop Fauquier, and represen-
ted to him that there were rumors of a commotion,


suggesting whether it would not be prudent to
postpone the execution, at least until the morn-
ing; Fauquier roughly -replied that the law must
take its course. He went to dinner, and the for-
ty-nine victims went to the scaffold-wither, in
due time, he followed them.
:The next day the Guillotine was removed back
to the scene of its longest triumphs-the Place
de la Revolution-where, on the 28th July, it
avenged humanity on Robespierre and' twenty-one
of his followers, the next day sixty-one; and the,
day after, thirteen, more of his associates. The
writer in the Quarterly justly adds that.. though
.France is naturally anxious to forget these Revo-
lutionary horrors, it behooves the-rest of Europe
to remember and meditate upon-them...

in Iowa Court.-Iowa is ibw the' finest fron-
tier country in the west, and is settlingup vely'
fast. Judge Williams related to me some amus-
on hecicui, orth pupoe f rgaizngan


For the Commercial Advertiser.
ELECTION DAY.
The polls! the polls! huzza for the polls!
Whigs and democrats,
Drunken aristocrats,
Men and little brats,
Poor as old church rats,
Fighting like dogs and cats,
Bung'd eyes and tit for tats,
Torn coats, smashed up hats,
Fists, clubs, knives and brickbats
Are as thick as a swarm of gnats.
Who's in their gloryl Pat's.
These are the scenes of the polls.
There are men of all principles, characters, natures,
And all the diversified features and statures-
The worst, mediocre, and best of God's creatures,
Thieves and gamblers, merchants and preachers-
Bank politicians, and bible class teachers-
All will unite in a hearty three cheers,
At the polls, for their favorite vote beseechers.,
N'ow, high, rank and station
Grve'-TnT ower da'-et, --
A recognization,
For the meanest situation
In Yankee creation,
On the affairs of the nation,
Has a little dictation.
The polls are closed. And soon comes forth
From the sacred room, a man with look
Mysterious. And firmly holding in his hand
The document, upon which is written
The issues of that hard contested day.
He mounts a chair, and breathless silence
Reigns, He speaks, and on his words doth hang
A nation's fate.
"One of two parties is always victorious--.-
We hope the defeated,by no acts inglorious,
Will tarnish this day,
Which has pass'd away
Quietly and peacefully, tho' some have been gay."
Antid shouting aloud, .' .
He announced to the crowd
That the votes had long wavered-
And who they had favored.
Now rose to heaven the loud hurrah,
Of those who won the victory.
Slowly the unsuccessful few
Retired, except a ragged crew,
Who stopped to wage a little war
With fist, brickbat or hickory.
The victors all got drunk, of course-
The vanquished help'd them some,
And both next morning felt much -worse,
For drinking.so much rum.


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on the circuit, for the purpose of organizing and
holding his first court among the rude and frontier
people. In many counties they had-not had time
even to erect any kind of a shelter for a court
house. The best provision which could bemade,
was to form seats of logs beneath the shade of a
large tree, with a seat near its body for the Judge.'
The sheriffwould open court by mrQunting a stump
or mound near by, and crying 0 yes, 0 yes,".
etc., announcing to the whole universe that the
court was then opened, and inviting all who had&
business to attend. The clerk sat on a block of
wood, and used a shingle on his knee for a desk.
.After .the Grand Jury were empanelled and char-
ged, by the Judge, they were sent, in care of the
sheriff; to a large hollow or ravihe, in which they'
could sit in conclave beyond the view of the court
or spectators, A smaller hollow or ravine was
appropriated for the use of the Petit Jury. The
grass grew very tall in the neighborhood, and if
the jurymen lay down in a ring in the grass,'they
could still more perfectly exclude themselves from.
observation. The Judge said that one day after
having charged the Grand Jury, and dismissed
them to their quarterajn the long hollow, a tall,
raw boned, live Yankee looking man, with hat
in hand, addressed him as follows: "May it
please your honor, I wish to speak to you." "Or-
der, sir, what is it?" "Judge," continued he,
With the utmost gravity, is it right for fellows to
snake it in the grass?" "How? what is-that
sir ?" "Why, you see," said the Yankeqe, there's
some fellows who's tarnal 'fraid the Grand Jury
will find something agin 'em, which they. desatrv,
and they are snaking it up, to the Grand Jury on
their bellies in the grass, kind of trying to-hear what
the Jury are talking about."-c" No," responded.
the Judge, with as much gravity as he could com-
mand, "I do not allow of' Snaking." Here Mr.
Slei iff, go station a guard round each Jury's hol-
low, and if a man is found Snaking,' have him
brought before me, and I will cause him to be
punished. Indeed, if this.'. Snaking' is persisted
in, I shall recommend a special act to. be passed,
making it a misdemeanor."' The fact was, the
Judge said, there were present at the time, some
barefooted vagrant rascals, who were probably
justly suspected of horse stealing, and had," snak-
ed it" on the Grand Jury, i. order, to find out
whether the Jury intended to present them: and
ifso, to gain time by this .clandestine warning and
flee the jurisdiction of the court by escaping into
Missouri.-Correspondence- of the Journal of
Commerce.
Interesting Variety of the Bible:.-When |the
celebrated Dr. Samuel Johnson was asked why
so many literary'mef were infidels, his reply was,
"because they are ignorant of the Bible." If the
question be asked why the lovers of general read-
ing so often fail to acquaint themselves with the
,':' ed volume, one reason that may be assigned
doubtless is, they are not aware of its interest-
ing variety. This feature of the Bible is well il-
lustrated by Mrs. -Ellis, in -the following eloquent
extract from' her recent work, entitled the "Po-
etry of life." -
With our established ideas of beauty, grace, pa-
thos and sublimity, either concentrated in the
minutest point, or extended to the widest range.
we can derive from the Scriptures a fund of grati-
fication not to be found in any other memorial of
past or present time. From the worm-that grov-
els in the dust beneath our feet, to the track of
the leviathan in the foaming deep-from the moth
that corrupts the secret treasure to the eagle that
soars above hi.s evrv in the clouds-from the wild
ass in the desert to the lamb within' the shep-
.herd's fold; from the consuming locust, to the
cattle upon a thousand hills--from' thie rose of
Sharon to the cedar of Lebanon-from the crystal
stream gushing forth from the flinty rock, to the
wide waters of the deluge-from.the lonely path
of the wanderer, to the gathering of a mighty_
multitude-from the tear that falls in secret, to
the din of battle and the shout of triumphant hosts
-from the solitary in thelwilderness, tothe satrap
on the throne-from the mourner clad in sack-
cloth, to the prince in purple robes-from the
gnawings of the worm that dieth not, to the sera-
phic visions of the blest--from the still: voice,' to
the thunders of Omnipotence--'from /the depths
of hell, to the region -of eternal glory,-there is
no degree of beauty or deformity, no tendency to
good or evil, 'no shade of darkness or gleam 'of
light, which does not come within the cognizance
of the Holy Scriptures; and therefore there is no
expression or conception of mind that may not
find a corresponding picture; no thirst for excel-
lence that may not meet with its full supply, and
no condition of humanity necessarily excluded
from the unlimited scope of adaptation and oft
sympathy comprehended in the language arid the
spirit of the Bible. ".
Scoggan, jester to Queen Elizabeth, borrowed
500 of the queen, and notbeing able to return
them, contrived to find out the time when' the
queen went out, as she was obliged to pass byhis
house He had a coffin made, and, having let
his family into the secret, he hid himself in it,
and had all his friends invited to his funieral.-
The queen, happening to pass at. the' moment
they were carrying the corpse with ceremony. in-
quired who was dead. "Madam," they replied,
"it is your devoted servant Scoggan." "What !'
she exclaimed, "he is dead, and I was not ,even
informed of his being ill! The poor man owed
me 500, but I forgive him the debt with all my
heart." Scoggan instantly rose. up' in his coffin;
and cried out, "I thank your majesty; the favor
she bestows on me is so agreeable' that it has
brought nme to life again." -- ..


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COMMERCIAL ADVEIRTISER.
APALACBICUL.A, SATURDAY, NOV. 16, 1844.

THE ELECTIONS.
The following are the returns as complete as
we are enabled to get them of the Western and
Middle Districts. In our widespread and sparse-
ly inhabited territory it is almost impossible to
receive any definite returns- that can be relied
upon until two or three weeks have elapsed.-
We hope. in ou'r next to give the result complete.
S i WESTERN DISTRICT.
S : ...." '.' SENATORS.


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Floyd ......... 113
*Log,. ...........71
*Bellanmv,.. ....70-
Aiidersoh .'..'..101
*Kelly......... ..71
W alker,. :...... 12
S*McKinnon,' ..... 48 -
Ghent,.... .. .'..1


on0 143 00 90 16 117 519
OI -11!2 00 109 127 167 785
00 332 00 109 80 103 694
00 164 00 125 79 114 688
00,245 00 225 119 91 751
00 144 00 95 83 157 616
00 223 00 121 24 107 521
00 98 00 41 96 130 366


t Two precints yet from.
Norr--The returns that we have received from
Calhoui,. are rather contradictory, and we have but
partial r-turIzr- fr'iii 6Wi'.hington, so. we decline
iA4jbliluag-inA iewIx a-i.. u fjUi these counties till next
weeK, \vWnen we are in hopes ot giving them com-
plete: -
Si;. REPRESENTATIVES.
"Friianllln couity.--Dr. ,S-W Spencer 99; W
G M tVAjS'87. Spencer, detin. elected.
,.Cflhoun--Joel Porter and FrancisArnou, both
democrats. Porter elected.
-JikA-.on -A H Bush 211; Jno Chapman 267;
Rwell '173; BBryant '1; Pittman 83. Bush and
Chaprnan, whigs elected.
SWashington.-J M Long, Washington Tabor
and Brown Lasiter. Long, dem. elected,
'- Escambia.--F E de LaRua 178; Jno C Julian
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58,-: LaRua, whig, elected.
-.Santa -Rosa.-Wilkinson 94 ; Fleming 63.
Wilkinson,' wi ig, elected.
.....i-Jl'on.-McLeod, Young and Taylor, the
opposing candidates. McLeod, dem. is supposed


to;be elected.
: :; MIDDLE DISTRICT.
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Gilchri-r,. ... ......217 283 108 217 168 103
Blizoll. ..........2711 299 95 220 123 89
Mo .eley.;.. .....;257 304 100 242 793 79
Richardson:.. ...257 269 98 229 170 93
Johnsoll..:.......249 269 91 218 126 144
r!ephen. .........298 300 76 128 97 64
*W.ilker. .........273 299 S_ 129 127 79
! Harriscn, .......263 282 79 194 140 79
SChu-rch,. ..... 9269 290 78 137 220 96
* Siewrar .........260 264 75 106 83 87
f-'One or two' precincts yet to hear from.


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1126
1096
1275
1116
1160
963
992
937
1089
875


REPRESENTATIVES.
Gadsden-Allin.,.......... ..........350
Feii.i,.ii ........ ............. ...268
"II.m... r,.......... ...... ...252
^Austi-n,........ ..... ....:. ....251
Le n-*Brown,.................. .. ..279
,' Randolph,....' .................. 283
*Cromrartie, .................... 283
Dennis,.... .. ........ .......... 275
S.... Ma.ni..... ............... .....262\
..... .t ..., ......................260
Wakutlla.--Walker,....... ................. 95
,, *Low.... .. ............ 77
JeflT,:ron-Heir, .........................210
Taylor, ...... ......... .....198
*Hurst.. .................168
Scmir ......... ......... 160
M ad -on -- M av...........................183
Selh............. ... .... ....114
HaiIlhori-'Ive........... ............ ;n4
A *Selph........ .. .............. .0
:'. ': IM'narin,. ............. ........ .62

; v KEY WEST. :
SENATORS.


S Pei ,i .. ..... ..... .....122
. .' 'i r.\I CP? ;... ......... ........ ..98
. Flercher... .. ..... : .... ......... 49
Engi-Ih,. .... ....... ........... ..32
RE RE-zENrN.rLvE'z4.
S-A' Pattersoh, .................... 116
i L 'Blodgett,......... ................49
Those marked thus (*) are whigs.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
The following are the only States, from which
we have sufficient returns, to show which way


they.have cast their electoral vote:
.... .. Clay. Polk.


Marylahd................. :. 8
Ohioi...................... 23'
, Pennsylvaria...............
,Connecticut................. 6
* Rhode Island................ 4
Georgia....................
- New Hampshire...........


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,A1W :York.-The majorities in thirty-five
c6urtiesgive Polk 14,761 votes; Clay 4,511 ; de-
mbcratfi majority thus far 10,250. The same
c unties gave in 1840, Van Buren 9,240; Harri-
sob 5,881.
.JVew Jersey.-As far as the returns have been
received the whigs'hold their own.
SLouisiana.-The returns from twenty-five Pa-
rishes give Polk 1801 votes; Clay, 1795. Four.
teen parishes yet to hear from. Harrison's ma-
jority i.n 1840, was 3,674.
northh Carolina.-Only a few counties heard
from which give Clay a majority,

The Commercial Banking House has been
sold to the Bank of Louisiana for $59,000, where
the business of the latter institution will shortly
be conducted. The old banking house at the
corner of Royal and Conti streets will very pro-
bably be converted into a church. It is said that
the Louisiana Bank offered last year $30,000 for
the same property.
Indian War in Texas.-Indians from the
United.States have made an incursion into Nor-
thern Texas, on the Louisiana border. The mili-
tary around Natchitoches have been ordered out
to defend the neighborhood.
Qi- It is stated that the late King of Sweden
left a private fortue of $16,000,000.


rate tiger spring.
All parties return then to the statu quo wit]
hearty good will, with the exception of one im
portant personage, Abd-el-Kader. Will he,. too
quietly submit to the terms of the treaty whicl
condemns him to banishment? It may be doubted
yet it would be an eternal reproach to the fai
fame of France if she condemned to the bow-strin
of the assassin the indomitable hero who has fo
fifteen years defied the power of her arms, and ex
hibited himself to'Europe as a modern Jugurtha
The terms which France has imposed upon th
Emperor of Morocco may be impossible for hin
to keep. Meanwhile, we cannot participate ii
the feelings of many persons who view with un
mixed regret the French settlements in Africa.-
We still retain a portion of that satisfaction wit]
which we first heard of the expulsion of a hord
of exercrable pirates by a christian power, an
although frightful executions have since been don
upon the Arab population, which humanity mus
ever deplore, we must not forget our own action
in Affghanistan, in China, and even in Aden, upoi
the very same race of men. If the French should,
succeed in the difficult enterprise of settling th
north of Africa, no one can doubt that it woul
be a great gain to mankind at large; for if their
be one fact more than another which history ha
demonstrated during the last five hundred years
it isthat Mahometanism is essentially incapable
of civilization, and resolutely opposed to the pro
gress of human improvement.


L L ~I__C~__ Y U__ I _


Sepistle from his retreat at Derrynane to the Re
Speal Association, in which hedwells eiilti.:tl
ly upon the Federal project, and hints his par
h tiality for it in contradistinction to Repeal.
S Mr. Everett, the American Minister, whoha
Been absent for some time on the Continent ht
r returned to England.
S Mr. Clemson, the newly appointed America
. charge d'aflairs in Belgium, has arrived in Brus
n sels."
n. 'There has been an entire absence of demand
s says the European Times, for any description
h United States Securities since our last public
e tion. No one sale has transpired, but at the sar
d time we must remark that there has been little stoc
e offering in the market.
t

n 0,f The distilleries of New York and Brool
d lyn cities now consume about eight thotsan
e bushels of grain daily, or upward of two and
d half million bushels a year-making about eigh
e million gallons of whiskey, amounting at thirty
is two cents a gallon, to about two and a half mi
3, lion of dollars.
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cu Father Matthew, it is said will positive
visit this country next summer.


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St. Luke .
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St. James,
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St. Phillip
Hierapolis, :
St. Bartho
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St. Andre,
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St. Thom
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St. Jude w
St. Simonl
St. Matthi
St. Barnati
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as dragged through the, streets of
F,-.-, I| t, until he expired.
as hanged upon an olive tree in

s put in a cauldron of boiling oil
i escaped death! HIe afterwards
death at Ephesus, in Asia.
he Great was beheaded at Jerusa-

he Less,.was thrown from a pinnacle
temple, and then beaten to death
club.
was hanged up against a pillar, at
i i i of Phrygia.
mew was i0 1} i alive, by the com-
harous ling.
was bound to a cross, whence he
Sthe people until he expired.
was run through the body with a
nmi,.di,-l. in the East Indies.
is shot to death with arrows.
Kealot was crucified in Persia.
.s was first stoned and then beheaded.
is was stoned to death by the Jews


St. Paul w s beheaded at Rome, by the tyrant
Nero.


LOUIS PHILLIPPE IN ENGLAND.


FATAL ACCIDENT.
It is with feelings of sincere regret that we
have to record one the most melancholy events
that has ever occurred in this community.-
Col. LATHAM BAcocCK, keeper of the East Pass
Light-house, came to his death yesterday after-
noon in a most shocking manner. He was, with
two other men, over on Crooked river, about forty
miles from this place, in a small boat, hunting-
they were about returning home, and in hoisting
the sails some of the rigging caught in a double-
barreled gun, which lay at the bottom of the boat;
Mr. B. who was seated in the stern, seized the
gun and attempted to extricate it, when both bar-
rels discharged an the contents lodged in his ab-
domen. He breathed a few moments and ex-
pired. Col. B. was a native of Rhode Island-
he has been several years a resident of this place,
and was much esteemed by all who knew him.
He has left a wife and several children to mourn
his loss.
His friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend his funeral to-morrow morning,
at II o'clock, from the residence of Col. Craw-
ford.

Thanksgiving in .Maine.-The Governor and
Council nf Maine, hlnvp appointed Thurlday, the
5th day of December next, as a day of Publie
Thanksgiving and Praise.

OU- The Polka has succeeded in Paris by a new
dance called the Marocaine, so called in honor
of the French conquests in Morocco.

Canada Election.-The Montreal Herald o
Tuesday, contains the returns of 27 conservatives
14 radicals, and 8 doubtful members to the next
parliament.
Octr A contract has been made with a London
house to build an iron bridge across the the Neva
at St. Petersburg, which would, if completed, be
one of wonders of the world.

Peace between France and Morocco.-We find
inr a late English paper, the following well writ-
ten article on the subject of the peace lately con-
cluded between France and Morocco: -
The announcement of the re-establishment of
peace between France and Morocco is all the more
welcome that it comes so suddenly and unlocked
for. It is a great relief to the :il-i[',rch ;_rii,,s of
Europe at the present moment, when so many
elements of mischief appeared to be gathering in
the political horizon. France and .England once
embarked in a quarrel, no matter on what grounds,
whether outrages in Otaheite, or jealousies in the
Mediterranean, would s,.,i l\\,. dragged every
other power within their orbit of destruction. It
is fortunate, therefore,, for the sake of humanity,
and also for our own sake, that, in the present c-on-
dition of Irish and French minds, one cause of
disturbance has been suppressed. France, in the
settlement of this quarrel, has shown more mod-
eration, or more regardfor the determined attitude
of England, than was at first expected. She has
granted peace to the Emperor of Morocco on the
same terms that she offered at the commencement
of her warlike operations against him. A proper-
ly defined boundary between the Moorish and Al-
gerine territories, and the repression of the in-
cursions of Abd-el-Kader, were the chief demands
of M. Guizot, in his manifesto- to the European
Cabinets,!-and such are the terms to which the
French have confined themselves. The island of
I,.., ,il.r, which was the only spot of Moorish
ground occupied by French troops, has been
evacuated. It is some, time since Marshal Bu-
geaud retraced his stet., after the battle of Isly,
a battle which only enabled him to march one
league in advance, and to retreat next day from
the torrid desert, which d'-fiiiJt,- I i;men, faster
than the sword of the enemy. The obstinacy ojl
the Emperor of Morocco has cost ',i'a, one of his
principal towns; but the punishment was ample.
The destruction of il..-,i.r will inflict a perma-
nent loss upon his revenue, which he will fee]
more than all the miseries'of his subjects, and thc
battle of Isly will teach him the danger of de-
spising, with barbarian pride and fanaticism, the
formidable squares of European infantry. The
French Government will not be displeased to gel
so well out of this embarrassing dispute whiel:
threatened to involve them in greater danger,
and expenses than even their costly Algerine
conquests. Already they were beginning to con-
template, with something like dismay, the vast
armaments and prodigious outlays which the in-
vasion of Morocco on a large scale next year war
likely to require-outlays which the whole trea-
sures of Fez and Mequinez would not have repaid.
At the same time, success, in a military point o
view, was not altogether so certain. Twice, in
modern times, has the north of Africa been thi
scene of royal catastrophes-once, when the chiv-
alrous Don Sebastian perished, with the flowel
of the Portuguese nation, in the fatal battle o
Alcazer Kebir, against- these same Moors; and
again, when Charles the Fifth returned inglo
riously from Algiers with the loss of his once in-
vincible army. It is difficult to say what migh
have been the fate of a French expedition sur
rounded by the deserts of Mauritania, in the mids
of an infuriated people, in the very lair of Isla
mism, collecting its last energies for one despe


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From the New York Plebian.
ARRIVAL OF THE

STEAMER HIBERNIA

At Boston-Ten Days Later.
Louis Phillippe's return to France-Daniel
O'Connell-Decline in Cotton-State of
Trade and the .Markets generally.
The British Mail Steamer Hibernia, Ryrie, ar-
rived at Boston on the 2d inst., and; brings ten
days later accounts from London.
She left Liverpool Oct. 19th, at 2 20 P. M., ar-
rived at Halifax on the 1st inst. at 9 15 A. M.,
sailed from do at 2 38 P. M':, and arrived at Bos-
ton at 12, midnight, bringing 106 passengers.-
She performed the passage in fourteen days and six
hours. The lateness of the hour prevents our
giving a full summary of her news.
Among the passengers in the Hibernia is Mr.
Charles K. Willmer, son of Mr. Edward Willmer,
the enterprising proprietor of the European
Times,"
The demand for Cotton, says Willmer's Euro-
pean Times, throughout the week has been con-
siderable, and the quantityoffering is large. The
Committee of Brokers have reducedethe quotation
of fair Upland to 4-d, fair Mobile to 4-d, and fair
Orleans to 43d. These prices are within ld of
the lowest prices of last year for the same quality.
Some holders are waiting further accounts, and
others are:pushing their stocks on the market,
-rather than await the issue of another crop. The
tendency of the market is in favor-of the buyer;
the market, in fact, is looking down. The sales
yesterday were between 4,000 and 5,000 bags.
In the course of the week 1,200 Americans and
200 Surats have been taken on speculation; and
400 American, 800 Surat, arid 100 Pernants, for
export.
-The Grain markets are dull. On Foreign Bar-
ley the import duty has advanced to 4s, and that
on Rye has reached to 6s 6d-the only changes
effected in the averages up to Thursday last. A
little business has been doing in Foreign Wheat,
but other descriptions were extremely dull.-
English and Irish Flour, altli.:'iigli taken sparingly,
maintain quotations. Canadian stale Flour meets
attention, a moderate quantity changing hands.
United States' Flour has been in 'fair request, at
the previous rates. .. .
In the manufacturing districts business has been
brisk. In Oldham the spinners of several large
cottonwmills have obtained an advance of wages,
to the amount of-a penny a thousand hanks. At
Staleybridge, and-other places, the employers
have agreed to advance wages fiveper cent-a
sufficient proof that. trade is riot only brisk but
flourishing. In Yorkshire the cloth-halls have
been doing more business. The accounts from
Leicester state, that so dull an October has not
been known for years.
The Money market continues buoyant, and the
rage for new railway investments is as strong as
ever. The recent excellent harvest gives token
of prosperity for another year at least, and there
is nothing in the political -horizon, at home or
abroad, to cause misgivingsor despondency. The
Probability is that with a superabundafice ofmon-
ey Which cannot find profitable investment, the
rage of speculation will continue. --"
The great demand for Belgian woollens by the
_ American trade, for transhipment for China, has
fixed the attention of the NtIhei lrid manufac-
f turers upon the subject, in order to see' whether
Sby shipping woollens themselves and getting tea
in return for them, which they can sell inEng.
- and,'they may not do better.
S Louis Phillippe.-Has returned to France. Or
-_ Friday, the Order oftheGarter was e:'iitrre.! up,:.l
! his Majestyat Windsor Castle, amidst great.pomi
e and magnificence. On Sunday, the King of th(
French, accompanied by the Duke of Monipen.
sier, and some of his suite, attended divine ser
vice at CatholicChapel at Clewer. Qn Monday
" at noon, the King of the French, his son, M.Gui
t zot, and the suite, accompanied by Prince Al
s bert and the Queen, left Windsor Castle. Th,
- weather proving unfavorable, led to a change 'ii
the arrangement, and at a quarter past seven ii
the evening, the King took leave of the Queen am
the Prince. At I!..'.'LI, a distressing calamity oc
- curred. A building at the saloon was discoveries
r to be on fire, and the King of the French drov
in while the flames were blazing furiously. Th
- King arrived at Calias about three o'clock o1
- Tuesday. At Bernay, he met with the Queen
t who had been most anxiously waiting his arri-va

t at Treport, and finding that he world not land a
- that place, had set out to meet him.
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S St. Matthef is supposed to. have suffered mar-
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We copy the following from the Philadelphia
Gazette, showing the horrors of Millerism in the
tenth century: g
"Among the opinions which took possession of s;
the minds of men, none-occasioned such an uni- n
versal panic'nor such dreadful ii ii.i--.-,i'- f terror a
and dismay, as a notion that n,," f, rer'ilied of the st
immediate approach of the day of judgment.- fi
This notion, which took its rise from a remarka- hli
ble ',i-,--'e in the Revelations of St. John, and s
had been entertained by somine teachers'n the pre- tl
ceding century, was advanced publiety by many o
at this time, and spreading itself with amazing b
rapidity through the European provinces, it threw c
them into great consternation and anguish. They o
imagined that St. J.h,-m hI.,d clearly foretold, that t
after a thousand years fiom the birth of Christ I
Satan was to be let loose from his prison and tl
Christ to!come, and the destruction and confagra-
tion of the world to follow, these great and terrible p
events. Hence .r,-.lizi,,s :iui,'-i-, of people t
abandoned all their civil connections and their a
paternal relations; and, giving over to the church- b
es and monasteries all their lands, treasures and
worldly f i-.-i:i r-epaired with the utmost-precipita- v
tion to Palestine, where they imagined that a
Christ would descend from Heaven to judge the b
world. Others: devoted themselves by a solemn t
and voluntary oath to l, :-.--rvice of the churches, 3
convents, and priesthood,. whose slaves they be- r
came in the most rigorous sense of the word, per- i
formed daily heavy tasks- and all this from a no-
tion that the Supreme Judge would diminish their -
sentence, and look upon them with a more favor- t
able and propitious eye, on account of their hav- f
ing made themselves the slaves of'his ministers. .
When an eclipse of the sun or moon happened
to be visible, the cities were deserted, and their
miserable inhabitants fled for refuge to caverns,
and hid themselves among the craggy rocks, and
under the bending summits of steep mountains.-
The rich attempted to bribe the Deity and the I
saintly tribe, by rich donations conferred on the I
sacredotal and monastic orders, who were looked I
upon as the immediate vicegerents of Heaven.- i
In in.n places, temples, palaces, and noble edi-
fices, both public and private, were suffered to r
decay; they were deliberately pulled down, from N
a notion that they were no longer of any use, since r
the final dissolution of allthings was at hand. Ina
word no language is sufficient to express the con-
fusion mnd, despair that tormented the minds of
these miserable mortals on this occasion. This
great delusion was indeed opposed and combatted
by the discerning few, who endeavored to dispel
these groundless terrors, and to efface the notions
from which they arose, in the minds of the people.E
But their attempts were ineffectual; nor could the
apprehensions of the superstitious multitude be en-
tirely removed before the end of the century."
FROM MEXICO.
Mir. Navarro, the only one of the Perote pris-
oners, niotireleased, has been found guilty of trea-
son, and sentenced to imprisonment for life.-
Mr. Hargous had chartered the schr. Rosetta, to
send the maih' body of the prisoners to New Or-:
leans. She was expected tosail on the 15th in-:
stant.
An English vessel had arrived at Vera Cruz,
having oni board an extraordinary courier, who:
left immediately for Santa Anna's residence. It
was reported that he was the bearer of such in-
structions! to Santa Anna, from the English
Government, as would constrain the latter to de-
sist from the prosecution of war against-Texas, if
not to acknowledge her independence.
The orders given by Santa Anna upon leaving
the capital, it is said, were most strict-that not
a fraction of the $4,000,000 voted should be ap-
plied to any other object, whatever might be the
extremity, than the Texas campaign.
A large number of the cotton manufactures of
Puebla have addressed a memorial to the Govern-
* meant in which they represent their industry as
suffering to a ruinous extent to the prohibition of
Sthe importation of raw cotton, save through a
Monopolizing company, which exacts excessive
* prices. They earnestlydemandthatcotton-should
be admitted from abroad under a moderate rate of
duty.
Governor Shannon, the new American Minis-
ter, pre-ert.d hiscrr.-d:nnriil-s on the 2d it. One
: of the men whot,:ihbed him on his way to Mexi-
Sco,- has been arrested.
Santa Anna, thedd,_-.a-I of whose wife is so re-
s cent, was to bemarried again on the lth.

Midnight.--The clock is striking twelve.-
How finely the full tones sweep past through the
Sair, as if they would take up our though, and car-
Sry it miles away to the very friend you are think-
ing of at the moment. How many haunts of
wretchedness idden from human eye, in the
Depths of human hearts, have'these cold vibrations
Reached while- they are dying so carelessly upon
P our ears?- Whit tales might they tell of secret
e misery, sickne4 unwatched, and preying sorrow,
and fear, and cere, and the thousand bitter can-
kers that lie an, teed at the very heart-strings., be-
" yond all reach bf medicine, perhaps 6f sympathy.
, Many a wife sizs watching with a broken heart
- for her ii.isbr, f's step-many a mother for her
= child's-and ,tnv a venturous merchant lies
haunted with r-..,, of shipwreck and fire-many
e an undetected defaulter fancies voices at the door
n -many a yougg girl just finding out that-love is
n only a heaviness and a tear, muses bitterly over
d the caprice of moment or an unmeant trifle.-
And these are he only watchers-for the happy
" are asleep say the bride on her daintily wrought
i pillow, murm ring in a low tone to the ear that
e will soon tire f its monotony-or to the fervent
poet building p his dream into the sky, with hiu
e eyes ..rar-i,,..^ jiiti the darkness, and his pulse
a mounting wit the leaning freedom of an i,,._-,:.l'~
,, forgetting tls.1- -..-1. will trample out his fiery
.1 spirit to 'c'l,-^ jirl laugh to scorn the fine work
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LOUIS PHILLIPPE IN ENGLAND.
On Friday, the Order of the Garter was conferr-
I upon Louis Phillippe at Windsor Castle, amidst
eat pomp and, magnificence. 'In a state chair
t Queen Victoria, in the mantle of the order, its
otto inscribed on a bracelet that encircled her
m, a diamond tiara on her head. The chair of
ate.by her side wasvacant. Round the table be-
re her sat some ten knights, companions of the
ghestrank. The purple velvet of the order was
en on all that group-the Queen, the knights,
e chairs, the table; gold glowing at every turn,
n robes and furniture. On the steps of the throne,
behind the Queen's chair, were seated the high
vii ministers of the two Sovereigns, and some
officers of the French suite; at the opposite end of
.e room were the royal ladies; and the two young
rinces visiting at the Castle; more remote around
he room, the personal attendants and others.
The chapter constituted, a special statute was
assed, dispehsing with certain dilatory forms; and
he L'cailil.it' Wds elected. The King, dressedin
n.ilform ,:,fdark blue and gold, was introduced
y Prince Albert- and the Duke' of Cambridge,
receded by Garter King at Arms ; the Queen and
nights all standing. The Sovereign, in -French,
announced theelection. The declaration having
een pronounced by the Chancellor of the order,
re new knight was invested by the Queen and
rince Albert with the Garter and the George, and
received the accollade. Taking the King's arm,
er Majesty conducted him in state to. his own
apartment.
The same day the-King received an addressfrom
be corporation -of Windsor, in returning: thanks
or which hie again dwelt upon the advantages of
^' ,'- f" --
The union of France and England is of great
mportace to both nations; not from any wish of
ggrandisement, however. Our view should be
eace, while. we have every other country in the
possession of those blessings which it has pleased
)ivine Providence to bestow on them. *
Franee has nothing to ask of England, and Eng-
mand has nothing to ask of France, but cordial
nion." .
A splendid dinner'in St. George's Hall to com-
nemorate the King's installation, at which there
were a hundred guests, adorned with all the splen-
ors-of jewelry and.precious stones. terminated -the
lress festivities.

FROM TAMPICO./
A letter from Tampico, of Sept. 30th, states
hat a conduct arrived there ten days previous,
romu the interior, with upwards of $200,000 in
pecie. It was guarded by 300 men. A British
teamer had been several days waiting for this
conducta, but left just previous to its arrival,
hearing a Norther. She was expected back very
shortly. ....
The writer saysthere was yery little prospect of
an actual invasion of:Texas by the Mexicans.
The health .of Tampico was good for the sea-
son-business dull.
The national festival of independence com-
nenced on the 11th of September, and closed on
he 27th. The"16th was the greatest day, -being
the anniversary of that in which the Spanish
General-in-chief pledged himself for Mexican in-
dlependence, in case his army should be allowed
to depart without molestation.

Gold and Silver.--Thompson's Bank note Re-
porter has an article on this subject,.which con-
tains the following interesting facts respecting the
increased supplies of gold from Russia. Speak-
ing.-of the recent exportation of silver from this
country to Europe, the Reporter says:
The present very small demand for silver is
not in consequence ef adverse exchanges, but of
a demand for silver as a commodity. The cur-
rency of Russia is mostly paper and the govern-
mentc.have n-de great efftbrts to reform it; about
four years since a ukase was issued having for its
object the increase of the silver currency of the
empire, that mwtal being, among a poor popula-
tion, prefer.tdle- te gold. The- ukase had at the
time _ety liultie effect; but of late years an immen-
se serf population have been employed in wash-
ing the gold of the Ural mountains, and the pro-
ductiolr is .x'-i.:-i\. The highest -nulh,:irity
places tlhe annual production at 4,000,000.
Recently an application was ma4e to the Bank of
England; by the Russian government to know
what use they could Xiake- ot 6,000,u00, and no
favorable answer could be obtained.. Arrange-
ments -were, however, in progress to exchange it
for silver, in order to redeem tne paper rubles.
This process has been going on'by the accumula-
tion in the handss of the house of Rothschilds of
.,,000,000n of s.iePr, which has caused a gradual
advance in ihe pricec of that metal. -
* Sluthi American dollars have advanced it 7d.
per oz. since February, which is 11 percent, and
will find their \. avY tu !i-k.isia, causing a continued
rise in silver. In fact, the.enormous supply of
gold wviii :irnedi-!e-l; reid"'tr advance the price
of; all other articles thr,.-ugh,_,i the world, silver-
ampng others, and to require a re-adjustment of
the standards of all nations.- In Enitl-ril iold is
to silver as 15 to 1. The increased'abundance of.
the former retal'may reduce it to 12 to 1. The
operation in this country, willbe as ah-eady be-
gan to felt, to induce an export of silver and im-
port of gold. '.
Much ,-pfrlaiiv.- nonsense is uttered in the
streets and printed in :..p,--ir about the balance of
trade rr'aihist this country, caused by large im-
ports.
The ":i-"irfk for the six months of this year
were one million dollars less than in 2the same
period of 1842, when the import of $23,000',000 of
specie commenced. The imports have thus far
been all paid for, and prices are now looking
down. -The imports .for July 'were :little over
$7,000,000, which will give -2.,.,), '. 1 O Ior the
quarter, or $2,000,000 less that, tie s:.nme qilari-r
of 1811. ....


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Rail Roads in .EDglitiiid.- Canals are. getting
entirely out of vogue in F-..i.' and although
the country is penetrated i, ill directions with
theselines ofairtificial navigation, 'they are now
considered as (-iti'ly Iiiri.le.t-tt to furnish the
facilities for travel and t r--i,-,rr.:,in which are
afforded by Rail Roads. T h. e Li\ orpool Times of
the 12th ult., says:- ,-
"Oneof the most r-n-irkablc fc-aturesofthe day
is the speculation which is now going ,tiward in
niew railway projects, and of the number and ex-
tent of these ,p.j.-ct-, the crowded columns of
the London" and country papers afford daily evi-
dence. It has been stated by persons practically
acquainted with the subject, that the railway
a,': tks .Lii p, from the Legislature during the last
nfc :. fParliament will require for the crnipl-
tinn of twe ith-inl.inta -.ki -it iriii a trifle of twelve
rinlli',iiir1erlr--sir in ,illins of dollars; butif
all the :,rtih,- l ,.l,, '-''i"-.-e ,irg, to Parliament
in tlie iext s.ts-.i, n. ,cC'e->d ,t -east six tires that
ariiiiuiit _,t m,.nev wlHl lbe -Ob)ttracted from the or-
dinaryv chatir'-I. c-" tr-.h'l-"

Stand for B.itn4 ..-..X Fre-nchrmarin 'being
about to remove liis 'r.p., his 11,,Illord inquired
.thle-reason, stating at tth .ime time, that it was
considered a verygood stand for businesss' The
French mn an replied, with a'shrug of his shoulders,
SOh yes, he's very g,, 1ri.d f, .r de business ;ma
foi, me stand all day, nobody come to make me
move."









- L. ~J.- -


.d Dreamn.--The importance of individual ac-
tion,and value of the unit constituting large sums,
is very faithfully and eloquently iilishtr.ted in
the annexed dream, which, at a meeting in Ohio
for the promotion of the cause of education Dr.
Beecher related : '
Ife Hsaid he had a dream, which like other
dreams did not wholly explain itself, and in which
some of the natural objects had the power of
speech. He \was travelling near the sources of
the Mon.nziahel i. and in .v.-tiin over a rough
country, at every short distance he riet a little
striamn which ie' cou.ild ztep over; "'.it all of them
weie going the same way. At'last he .agkd one
wherehe was going. Why," replied the-little
rill, "I am going to New Orleans. I heard the
people there want a great canal a thousand -miles
obng and fifteen hundile.1 feet wide, and I am go-
ilg'to help make it." ` And pray wxirit cin you
,do ?" I don't know what I can do, but I shall
be'tere." And so saying, he. hurried on. He
caine 'lo another, and asked the same question,
and received the same answer. All- were.hurry-
ing onito make the grand canal, on which the
steamships of the West, with their heavy bur-
dens,' were to be transported. At the heads of
the Allgha.iny, the Scioto, and the Mississippi,
he found thousands more fitful streams, and which,
,while heyet spoke to them, hurried. o,"t of sizht.
None knew what they could do, ult all '.V'.re de-
termihed to do 'something. He passed on to the
mighty Mississippi, and there he found the canal
was made! The noble steamships rode proudly
,on its surface, and as its waters dnmiinikhed, they
were again replenished to the brim, by, every
mountain spring and every stream. Thus do the
little rills make the stream, the stream lle river,
'till the united waters ofthe whole pour on their
way rejoicing to the glorious ocean. So is man
to the mass, and the mass to the grand tide of
human affairs. Each little rnoritl. weak and
weary though he be, can do s.-'irethiirg irn-.a-
kingup the mighty stream of human ,vents', as it
rolls to the ocean of eternity.
./1 Sensible Woman.-A Mi'llInitLe in Maine
said' to his wife during the time of harvest, I am
resolved to work no more; I think it wrong to
gather any more of the fruits of the earth." TheQ
next morning he arose and walked abroad to.med-
itate. Returning, he asked his wife if she had
breakfast ready. She said -' N'." But," he
-asked, c are you not going.to get any ?" She an-
S swered No;'? for said she, yousay it is not
your duty to work, and if it is not your d.tuy, .it is
not mine; and if the fruits of.the earth may not
be gathered in, thli, in liv not be cooked after they
ane gathered in.: I am resolved, to submit with
you to the will.:'of God, and abide the conse-
quences." He walked out again, and after a w.hlle
he returned and said to his wife : If you will go
and get me sr.e ~i-r..-,,kf.,i-, I will go to work."

DIED. D
In this city, on the- 13th inst., after a short
illness, JAMES H- ROGERS, formerly of Cincin
iati, Ohio
PCk The (,ii,:H 'inn-i and i,-fii'.'ill. papers,
will please c ,p.
At St. J',.,-l, on the 2d instant, ,., jaundice,
FLORIDA BAALTZELL,: infant ..nilhtr ot Jesse F.
and Ellen Potts.
-........................

Per steamer Siren-Dr W S Green and lady,
Judge W G M NDavis, lady, child and servt, W H
Yoing, lady; children and servts, Rf G P,. r. Dr
H Ely, MrSkit'er. A T Bennett, C N Baldwin.
Per schr Alin B Holmes-E D Wolf, G Wolf,
A -Burroughs, Niehols, S Baldwin..
Per schr Floridiar--5rI Price, f',l.b.rd., Smith,
Schoolmaster.
Per st, i r..- r ,-,r-ton--E P .':-rr.', B B B lW i rt[.on,
'Fairchild.
Per steamer Siren-Col n"'1 B,11 i n .C ,i' C
"Wheaton, Capt AlRobinson-;.ii _' N il ;her, W
:S Beals, jr, G M -Ii, 3 .yl F l, Ely,
'Gregory, Hare. .
RECEIPTS Or p'PR DO.IU.I3E..
Per steame:- '.-i-l.14 L.des .,ton, Preston &
M aclay; 1 r, \- '- '" ..
Per steamer i'-ik.'.ik. --11 4I ,-. cotton; T H &
C H IAustin; 3 \V ,;6 P,,ner .':C..; 400 bush corn.
Perry DickinsOn.
Per sei ,:.-l -r.i-, -- t l --C; cotton, 1 box to-
li,.-'o to L..,kli,,r[ .\- 2Y.n : *25 b'il,- cotton D G
Raney; 1t bales cotton, 2 1,1.1. 1 c:rate, I box, T
Preston; 1 box tobacco, 0G 2i.ch-l!; 10 do, T L_
Mitchel. .
Per barge Adeline-81 bales ,..t rn to T H & C
H Austin; 7 J F Fair:.r t
EXPORTS. *
KEY VE.T--P. schr -i r, -2T,"" 'to shin-
gles, 12,000 ft lumber.
IMPORTS.
BOSTON-Per schr- hriri ji- pk T mdze to
XV A & P C Kain; 25 liiij,-r \- tl.l,,.: 2 G
Porter & Co; 40 Dodge & Gardir,.r: 2', '.V l,- &
McKenzie; 150 Whitmkrsh & Richardson; 20
S M Nickerson.
MYSTIC-Per sloop Ann B IliT...,nP-,llll ft
Inmber, 80 bbls potatoes, 5 l:1.1 .,phl-'. to MViaster.
NEW YORK-Per bark Coilossus-977 bars,
245 slabs and bdls iron, 126 pkgs mdze to J Day
.& Co.
Per schr Floridian-60 plc: ivh,;, to W G Por-
ter & Co; 356 J Day & Co; 3 Harper & Holmes;
169 B S 'Hawley.
NE1WP,.IT-Per schr Long- Wharf-250 bbls
potatoes and onions, 3500 bricks to master.


M111RNEK ITELLIGENCE.


PORT OF APALACHICOLA.....Nov. 16.

L LE EL'.
Brig Lawrence C.:,-,-!.d, E i' r. for St Marks,
by Raymond & Hardin.
Schr Floridian, TI,'in'p:.-, f,,r Mob.ile.
,.Schr Ali-alor. S n iith. 1,:, Kiy 1\'e-t.
-AR IIIVED.
Bark Coll.,.-'; Mi.:Doflnaldl. 17 .-days fr.m New
York, to J Day & -('.
Schr Long -Wharf, Nickerson, 20 dav tmin New-
port, to S. Schiffer. .
Schr Christiana, Godifr. v, fm Boston, to master.
Sloop Ann B Holmes, Williams, fm Mystic, to
anaster.
Steamer Boston, J A Morton, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Siren. Van V\rghtei I, fnl Ch ii tabl',:v,..h''.
Ste'iiner Unknown, I]--n. f itin Drwi'n' Fe-ery.
Barge Adeline, fin Mlaridan...


DEPARTED.
Steamer Not inn, L C Mornon, for Columbus.
MIEMIORANDA.
Capt Nickerson of schr Long Wharf reports,
23d -ult, lat 34, 30, lon 73, passed a vessel, appa-
.rently 80 tonis, bottom up.

SUGAR.-82 bbls St. Croix Sugar ;
4 hhds Porto Ried do;-
6 bbls Crushed do;
6 boxs double refined Loaf do.
For sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
novel 40 Water street.


T. H. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION and .FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 43 Water street-Up stairs.
Apalachicola, Fla ..
g{=. Liberal advances made on Cotton, consigned
to our friends in New York. novl6


Chester & McCG ifi, Ii .
COMMISSION .I:'ERCHANT S,
No. 44 Water street.
3 Office, up,stairs-Eir me.- on ('hei-.t st.
in -vl6 Ai.'- i.l:,_ hi:ola'. Fl.i.

P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER .AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE,
-, N). 42 Wir.r street-Up stairs,
nov16 : Apala.,:l-hi'io, Fla.
E. B. lVaiitunarsl,
formerlyy ri ;.f ;-,, s.'i ,. iia n ,}
Dealer in .
W. I. GOODS, GROCERIES, ,-'NFEI'TiN-
ARY, VEGETABLE. &,-.., V:-.,
l .'.. N o. ':.-' '\ ate-r street,
i ,. I,' .-\ |::,la:lc r'.. a.:l Fla.


The subscribers are pre-
pared to make .liberal advances on Cotton con-
*si',ed to their friends atD Lverp,.,l. Havre, New
York or Boston. D B WOitD & CO.,
nov5 29 .Water street.


(E Liberal advances made on
consignments of Cotton; to NeC.v York, Boston, or
Liverpool, by S.T SKILL MIAN,
nov5 33 Water street.


CE The subscribers would re-
spectfully inform the citizens of Apalachicola,
that they have 'just received the latest Parisian
Fashions- (of E. Bri.=re, 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.
,ISTRODHOFF & GRAY,
Chestnut st., next door to the Post Office.
November 5th, 1844. nov5 3t


XCHANGE.-Drafts on Nc'. York and Pro-
vidence, at sight, in sums to suit purchasers.
For sale by T L MITCHEL,
nov9 37 Water street.


LOST !-A Gold Pencil Case, the finder will
be liberally rewarded by leaving it at
nov16 FRANCIS KOPMAN'S Store.


L QOK OUT !-The person who carried away
a Velvet Rose Bu-i,, from the rear of the
store No. 4-14' W:rer street, will save 'themSelves-
the in'_rt.if,:ti'.rin of being exposed, by returning
the same immediately. nov9 It


D RUGS & MEDICINES-A full assortment
of Drugs, Medicines,, and Patent and Botan-
ical Medicines, for sale by'


nov16


J C ALLEN,
cor of Centre and Commerce sts.


STATIONERY.-An assortment of School
Books, Blanks and Stationery, for sale by
J C ALLEN,
nov16 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.


C ONFECTIONARY.-A few boxes of R L &
A Stuart's Steam Refined Candy, for sale by
J C ALLEN,
nov16 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.


T-O PHYSIC'ANYI & DSUGGISTS-A' large
assortment of:Glass Ware, Ointment Jars,.
Gallipots, CGri a r- Merasures,. Glass, Wedge-
wood and Iron Morters, &c., for sale by
J C ALLEN,.
nov16 cor of. Centre and Commerce sts.
FFICE DESK.--A fine large double Office
Desk, (has Reen used very little,) will be
sold low by JAS F FARRIOR,
n,,ov1z; 9 Columbus Block.


C ANAL FLOUR, &c.-50 bbls Canal Flour;
C 30 kegs and 50 boxs Buckwheat.
For sale low by-
DODGE & GARDNER,
nov16 40 Water street.
ON CONSIGNMENT.
-1)ACON SIDES.-5 cks,- Cincinnati Cured
1) Sides, just received and for sale by
HARPER & HOLMES,
nov16 51 Wat,:r street.


FRESH GROCERIES.
1J0 OBOXES Cheese;
1 15 firkins Goshen Butter.
Just received on Consignment and for sale by
HARPER & HOLMES,
nov16 51 Water street.
IO AND JAVA COFFEE:-
.200 bags Rio Coffee;
25 do Old Gov't Java do.
For sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
nov16 40 Water street.


T OBACCO.-20 boxes superior manufactured
Tobacco, on c.:' -;- I l. for sale by
JAS F FARRIOR,
nov16 9 Columbus Block.


ORN & MEAL, for sale by
CJAS F FARRIOR,
novel 6. 9 Columbus Block.
C ROCKERY.--A small lot suitable for families
for sale low by JAS F FARRIOR,
nov16 9 Columbus Block.

CORDAGE & BALE ROPE:--
100 coils Manilla and T.in c.1 Coir. -e
100 do Kentucky Bale Rope,;
15 bolts Canvass ; Bagging and Sail Twine.
For sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
nov30 40 Water street.


P AINTS AND OILS :-
50 kegs No. 1, and extra White Lead;
12 do Black; 3001bs Yellow Ochre;
12 cans Imperial Green and Verdigris ;
Paint Brushes, a'ss i,- sizes;
2 cks bleached Spearn Oil;
5 bbls Linseed Oil. F,'r sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
Jdfliiv 6 40 Water street.
C HE ESE.-35 boxs Cheese.
y For sale by :E B A'HHITM\IARSH,
Sii. 291 Water street.
.AGGIN(G B.ALE r'OPE:-
India, Gunny and Dundee P.i.-'iiu';
Manilla & KenitiCeIky Rope and Twine ;
Just received in store, on Consignment, and
for sale by JAS F [FAIHIClOR.
nov16 9 C,,ulni l'it Hl,._'k


NEW GOODS!


P ICKLES, &c.-10 cases Pickels, assorted;
.'6 do Ketchup, assorted; 2 do Capers;
4 do Olives-"Verdalles" and "Amellaux;"
2 do Pepper Sauce;
4 do Cayenne and Black Pepper;.
4 do superfine Mustard; 2 do London do;
2 do India Curry Powder;
3 baskets "Lucca" Sweet Oil.
For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
nov16 29J Water street.


N EGRO KERSEYS.-100 pcs superior Negro
Kerseys, for sale by
JAS F FARRIOR,
nov16 9 Columbus Block.


BUTTER.-10 kegs fresh Goshen Butter.
, -.For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
nov16 271 Water street.


E XTE'SIVE ASSORTMENT OF NEW
GOODS !-StM Wholesale and Retail.-The
subscribers are just :.'eeivini[. a large and general
assortment of FALL and WINTER GOODS,
consisting of:--
Family Groceries, of all kinds;
Woodware, Tinware and Hardware;
Boots and Shoes, Hats;
Domestic Prints, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings,
and every description of Staple and Fancy Goods,
demanded in this market. '.
B ELLISON & CO.,
Snov5 33 Water street.


PERFhiF MARY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c.,
Superior Cologne Water;
Lavender do.
Orange do.
Bay do.
Essential Oils, of all kinds;
Balm of Columbia; Hair Dye;
Tooth Brushes, assorted;
Hair do do.
Cloth Brushes; Combs;
Playing Cards, French and American.
Also, a variety of Fancy.Articles, Soaps, &c.,
just received, and for sale at
JOHN JONES'
Hair Dressing Saioon,
octl9 3m Centre, near Commerce street.


TV AKE NOTICE.-All persons are forbid oc-
JL cupying LOTS in the City of Apalachicola,
or ground in'its vicinity, belonging to the "APA-
LACHICOLA LAND COMPANY,"i without
permission.
Any person occupying said lots or ground
without permission, are hereby notified, that the
subscriber is authorized for the sale of the same,
and if they do not come forward; necessary steps
will be taken to protect the rights of the Com-
pany. '
All persons are also, notified not to trespass
upon the lands by cutting Live Oak, Cedar, other
timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN, .Agent
t.pal'a Land Co.,
oct'7 m for Jpal'a and its vicinity.


O -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.
S" PIECES of. superior Kentucky Bagging
J50 just re,-. ,':d from New Orleasns.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
nov5 33 Water street.


Wholesale and Retail !
J STEVENSON & CO. offer for sale, at their
old stand, the most extensive and general
assortment of Goods they have ever before had in
this market. They respectfully invite their
friends, country merchants, and the public gen-
erally, to give their stock an examination before
purchasing elsewhere. This stock consists in
part of, viz:
Super black French Cloths,
Medium, black, blue and invisible green do,
Super black French and English Cassimeres,
Do. fancy and Doeskin do,
3-4 and 6-4 T.,-..d- and Beaver Cloths,
Super Silk, Satin, and Plaid Velvet Vestings,'
'Rich Ci-ln'nr-' de Cosse and Mouslin de Laines,
Rich plaid and figured Silks, black Lustring and
Senshaw do,
Black and fig'd Alpaca, Merino anciBalzarines,
Chusans and rich Cashmere de Cosse Prints,
Fine Earlston and Manchester Ginghams,
Jackonett, Swiss, Plaid, Lace and Book Mushlins,
Cambric, fig'd nett, fig'd cap, and other do,
Thread:Lace, Thl,: ad Edging, Bobbins do, Tapes,
&c. &c. .
Lisle Lace and Edging, black Silk and Cotton
Lace, &c. &c.
Scotcl- and Russia Diapers, Crash and Hhuckaback
Napkins, Table and Toilet Covers
Alo-,A large assortment of Domestic Goods, 3-4
to 5-4 Brown Homespuns.
.Bleached Sheeting and 5-4 to 12-4 sheeting, Osna-
burgs,
Twill'd Jeans, 'Shirting Stripes, Satinetts, Ken-
tucky Jeans,
Negro Kerseys, Linseys, 9-4 to 12-4 Whitney
Blankets,
9-4 to 12-4 white Massachusetts Quilts, Mosquito
Netting, &c. &c.
Also-An assortment of Hats and Caps,
Ashland, Sporting, Cassimere, Russia, Rabbit and
other kinds. "
Cloth and Glazed Caps, Boys and Children's fancy
Caps.
Also-An assortment of Boots and Shoes, coarse
Brogans, Mens' lined and bound do,
Gents fine Calf sew'd and other Boots,
Ladies fine Kid Slips, Walking Shoes, Gaiters,
Buskins, &c. &c.
Together with a great variety of Fancy Articles,
such as Ladies' Fancy Work Baskets and Boxes,
Haar Brushes, fancy Soaps, extra German Cologne,
Gold and Silver Pencils, Tortoise Ehell, Tucking
and Side Combs, Ridding, Buffalo and other do,
Ladies' Silkl Purses, Hair Pins, Artificial Flowers,
Bonnet Caps, &c. &c., With a great many other
articles usually kept in a dry goods establishment,
all of which will be sold upon the most pleasing
terms for cash or city acceptance.
Apalachicola, Nov. 16, 1844.
Removal.
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, &c.
HE subscriber respectfully gives notice, that
T 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 IHose,
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.


51 Water street.


rTHE "IGEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST
COMPANY," with a Capital of $500,000
paid in, and seeiini.ty 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.
3-e 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.


FIRE,~ NLNA ARIN


FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE
INSITRANC .
SHE JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY--
Capital f'P.Iot! and the PROTEC-
TION INSURANCE CO.,-Capital $150,000 !
In addition to the capitals of the above named
coripanies, 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 '.r the above named Companies, is fully
authorized to take risks on the lowest terms.
DANIEL. J. DAY,
nov9. 52 Water street.
CROTON MUTUALT L) INSURANCE
COMPANY,
of the City of:. 11.i York.
-Trustees:
James Harper, Abraham Van Nest, .
JohnB Lasala, silas M Crandall,
John J Boyd, William B Cozzens,
Edward Richardson, Charles L Vose,
James Phalen, Joseph B Nones,
John J Herrick, John F Butterworth,
George. C De Kay, Samuel Sherwood,
Samuel A La^wrence, Zadock Pratt,
Theodore A Meyer, Herman D Gould,
William P Furniss, Joseph S. Smith,
John T Gilchrist, Elias T Aldrich,
L.:rinn Andrews, Lawrence Hill,
Cyius Chenery, Thomas M.-.,iaan,
Georeae WIhitaker, William H Townsend,
.Tamine- H Suydam, Amos Noyes,
Gev.rge Palen, John Breasted,
William Burgoyne, Leonri.' A poleL.
SSAMUEL A LAWRENCE, Prt-idle nt.
JOSEPH B NONES, Vice President.
Si.Vwis BENTON, Seri.trv.
APT SAM't CAN]DLER, Mlarine Inspector.
'ILLIAM WELLS, Fire ..yr. -

T4E subscriber, AGENT for th-, ;il--'ve Com-
Jtany, is now prepared to receive applications
for Varine, Inland transportation and Fire risks,


and li issue


policies on reasonable terms.
STEPHEN T. SKILLMAN,
33 Water street.


Ajalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844.


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Ta i o ri nMg Establishiment.
E subscriber, having just arrived, from New-
York, with'a Sli,,ii, stock of Cloths, -'a-`
es, Vestings, &c., of the most fashionable
, which he is prepared to make up in the
t:i.iron,'-ile manner, and at such prices that
;ive satisfaction to his customers. The busi-
'ill be under the entire management of
C. LAWRENCE. who is'well known as a
n that is fully competent to suit-the taste of
lost fastidious, from his long experience in
,,i, ,':;ss. I shall continue to keep a first
-.rtrient of Goods for Garments, together
an ai,-irtiiei nt of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs,
?. Stocks, &c., to fit out a gentleman's ward
and shall use every exertion t.. .%ive satisfac-
'that will make it an iii'.-mi,,-nrt f.,r those
i, me with their c'iit..m .- cnitiu.- to
dosIN S'EEBEAC-.1


do s R. Si'EENDE[iGHI.
A : '1 -PAR rNERSHI P.-C. W. WORDIN, hav-
.- s,:'iat,..1 hi-,ni-Itf with J. L. FITCH in
-. ..t.:i .,n,,1 Jewelry business, and under the
,atn ..r l : ic.- l "FITCH & WORDIN," re-
le, I'lv irai.r'i-s their friends and the public,
th: i- -vill on !or about the 1st of Novamber
ni-x ,'_ -l their stock of-

'ATCHES, JEWELRY AND
S---, 1-onsisting of Gold and Silver
'd :-.'.:,{ t W.it--lies, Keys, Chains, Broaches,
. L- lRin-,,Spectacles, Pencils, Studs,
Sle e and Collar Buttons, Head Ornaments,
Lo ets, Miniture-Cases, Bracelets, Music-Boxes,
Pur es, Wallets, Knives, Scissors, Razors and
Raz2r Straps; Tooth, Nail and Lather Brushes;
Snuf and Tobacco Boxes, Violin Strings, &c.
JOHN L. FITCH,
I CHAS. W. WORDIN.
Jalachicola, Oct. 19th, 1844.
N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair-
ing ~ATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY by
C. W. Wordin-all work warranted. o19 tf
'N CONSIGNMENT-150 pieces Kentucky
0 Bagging; 150 coils Bale Rope. Also, a lot
of cloice Hams, cured in Georgia, for sale by
McKAY & HARTSAORNE, '
,-,e:.-, 10 W after st.


Fall and Winter Arrangement.
THE U. S. Mail steamer SIREN,
tra will leave Apalachicola, every
TUESDAY and SATURDAY
night at 12 o'clock.
Leaves Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY
and SUNDAY evenings at 8 o'clock, and Chat-
tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12
o'clock, M.
VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLES$
o14 Contractors.


INSURANCE AGENCIES.

SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.,
of the City of NJew York.
Trustees:
James D P Ogden, William H Macy,
Moses H Grinnell, Fred'k WVissmann.
Conrad W Faber, Joseph Foulke, Jr.
Samuel M Fox, Hamilton Murray,
Wm Edgar Howland, Jacob R. Nevius,
John 1H Hicks, Fred'k G Foster,
Godfrey Pattison,, Richa'rd K Haight,
Sidney Mason, Wm S Alley,
SchuylerLivrngston, .' Winthrop Gray,
Theodore Vietor, Roswell Sprague,
Henry Holdrege, Oliver Slate, Jr.
Anthony B Neilson Drake Mills,
Alfred Seton, Robert L Maitland,
Charles S.i..rv, Joseph W Alsop, Jr.
Bernard Graham', Elias Ponvert,
Theodore Dehon, John D Van Beuren.
A B NEILSON, President.
ALFRED SETON Vice President.
JOHN WHITEHEAD, Secretary.

T HE undersigned AGENTS of the above
Company, are prepared to take MARINE
and RIVER RISKS, on the most favorable terms.
HARPER & HOLMES,:


FOR NEW YORK.-The fast sailing
coppered brig WM. L. JONES, Tyler,
A master, will have despatch as above.-.
For freight or passage, apply to the master, or to
HARPER & HOLMES,
nov16 51 Water street.


a FOR FREIGITH OR CHARTER.-
' The fast sailing brig PARAGON,'Bray-
ton, master, for terms, apply to
nov9 T L MITCHEL, 37 Water st.


WILL BE SOLD at Public Sale oft the
15th day of December next, the HOUSE
"I and LOT lately occupied by Mrs. Johns
son, corner of Live Oak and Columbus streets.
.. IEO., S. HAWKINS,
nov16 Agent, &c.


STORES FOR RENT.-Will he rent-


SSTORES FOR RENT.-Will he rent-
ed at public auction, on the premises, on
S SATURDAY next, the 16th inst, the
Brick Store No. 6 Columbus Buildings, (next to
the Hydraulic Cotton Press,) for the year ending
1st October, 1845.
Terms-One-half payable the 1st Jan., 1845;
the balance the 1st March following, with satis-
factory security. B. F. NOURSE,
Special Bailiff.
Apalachicola, Nov. 4th, 1844. nov9 2t


FOR RENT.-The two story DWEL-
LING HOUSE, situated on High street
between the residences of Mr. Baltzell
and Mr. Orman.
Also, the HOUSE next to W. Patty s Bakery)
fronting on Market street. For terms, apply to
T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water street.
FOR RENT.-Two small DWELLING
HOUSES fronting on Columbus street,
Ji|BE near the residence of Capt. Ellison.
Possession given immediately, for particulars,
apply to T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water st., up stairs.


FOR RENT.-The STORE HOUSE
fronting on Commerce, near Chestnut st.,
occupied last season by Geo. Brown.
Possession given immediately. For terms3 &c.,
apply to T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water st., up stairs.


Lands in Jackson County.
THE Lands that I offered for RENT
in Jackson county, can be obtained
in my absence, from F R Pittman,
Esq., Marianna, and those now living
on any of the following parcels, are
requested ito come forward and settle the rent
with Mr. Pittman, without delay, if they wish to
remain another year.
Places.
The Armstrong Plantation,
", Slaughter "
Whitus "
Marshall "
Coward "
Holmes' Valley
John Brown "
JAS. B. STARR,
nov5 3t 48 Water street.


New and Fashionable Goods!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!!
SpHE subscriber begs leave to call the attentiodt
-Tof his customers, and country merchants, to
an extensive assortment of GOODS, which he has
-just received from New York, which he offers at
the lowest market prices, and on the most reason-
able terms-among which will be fond the follow.
inmg:-
Dry Goodsb
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,
MiHns, Gloves, Cuffs, &c. &c.
Ready MlIade 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 Childrens' Shoes and
Bootees.
Hats and Caps.
Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats,
Hunting Hats,
Caps of all descriptions.
Clothm..
Superior Black Cloth,
Cassimeres and Tweeds,
Black Satin Vestings.
Cutlery, &c.
Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery.
Together with a variety of other Goods too nu-
merous to mention, all of which he will sell as
low as any other establishment in this city. He
respectfully invites you to call and examine for
yourselves, and he is satisfied that he can offer
such inducements that will insure him a share of
your patronage.
FRANCIS KOPMAN,
(ld st.. in., Baltzell's Buildings,
Apalachicola, Nov. 1, 1844.
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 Lamnes, Shawls, Flannels,
Curtain Calicos, Sheetings, Shirtings, &c.,
For sale at reduced prices by
B ELLISON & CO.,
nov9 33 Water street.


r O 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,
nov 9 :-; Water street.


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FOR NEW YORK-Star Line-The
new and splendid Packet brig EMPIRE,
Lewis, master, will meet with despatch
for the above port. For freight or passage, hayv
ing elegant accommodations, apply to
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
nov9 40 Water street.


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LEGAL NOTICES.


i'rankliun Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Robert J. Floyd, comp't.,
-i s
CurtiH and-Griswold, et al, IN RHANCERY.
defendants.
T appearing to the Court from a tidavit filed in
tliis'caue, that said Lewis Ci r-is and George
Griswold, trustees of the Apa.chicola Land
Company, and said John M. Berrien and David
Selden, who are defendants in said cause, reside
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit : the
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the said Berrien and Selden in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso:
against them (a copy-teste.)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
.Apalachicola, May 80th, 1844. fel 4m


Franklin Superior Court.
-AT CHAMBERS.
S.*,Robeit M.";v, comp't.,
VS. IN CHANCERY.
purtis and.Griswold, et al., IN CHANCERY.
.. defendants. J
IT 'ape.irir;-, to the Court from affidavit filed
lin this cause, that said Lewis Curtis and
George- Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola
Land'Company,; nd said John M. Berrien and
David Selden, who are defendants in said cause,
r-osid-l:, i. ml 'the limits of this Territory, to wit:
the said C(rtis an.l Griswold, in the state of New
York-; aind the said Berrien and Selden, in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be'
published once a week forte ;pat, i,-, E i-'iir oiiti;,
in the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of :-, i, Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be take pro confesso:
aPiilt them. (a copy-teste) ,
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. jel 4m


Franlinm Superior Court.
IAT CHAMBERS.
Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't. "
vs.
Dodge, McDougald, Calhoun
Sand Bass, trustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-
chicola Lot Company;' IN CHANCERY.
Lewis Curtis and George
Griswold, trustees of the
Apalachicola Land Co.;
Myers, assignee in
bankruptcy of George W.
Ross, defendants.
IT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in
Sthisi cause thal said Daniel McDougald, James'
S. Calhoun 'and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis;
and CGeorge Gis.\old; and Myers, r--ie
beyond the limits of the Ttrrirr.r,, to wit: tue
said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the st.t-e
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Gri.,xv-il.t, in the,
state of New York; and the said Bass in tli- s tte'
of Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
lished once a week for the space of four months
before the ensuing term of this Court, in the
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in
this District, requiring said defendants to appear
and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
be taken pro confesso: against them.
(copy teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 31st, 1844. jel 4m


\ Apalachicola District of Florida.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
and n C',"teery./
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. ) /
IT appearing to the Court, from the report of
the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed,
That the following sums are due by the parties
hereinaftier mentioned, for the instalments here-
tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin
Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby given to the parties respectively,
to pay the same to BeijinTriu F. Nourse, Receiver
in said cause, together with the interest thereon,
from the first day of March, 1843, or their respec-
tive shares will be sold at public auction, in ac-
cordance with a decree of the Coiiii .f Cli ty
for the District aforesaid, to pay the several
amounts so due and owitng. Sale first Wednes-
day in December next, to wit:
Daniel MeDougal, principal and inr-.i'-. .t. due 1st
March, 1843....................$;1,660 00
Hudson A. Thornton, ". 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on the same day and year.-.. '. 76
John D. Howell..................... 365 98
By order of the Hon. Samuel'- W. Carmack,
Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county,
in the Apalachicola District of Florida.
R. J. MOSES,
Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, August 19, 1844.
Apalachicola Mistrict of Florida.
In Superior Court-Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
vs.
David D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
IT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that4 the
Said David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
out of the Territory of Florida, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in some newspaper published in the city of
Apalachicola, once a week for four months, re-
quiring him to appear and answer the said bill of
complaint on or before the expiration of that
time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed
against him, and such further order given in the
premises as to the Court may seem justice.
S(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F, BALTZELL,
J. & L. BRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4m


D 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


H OSIERY.-A full assortment of Ladies and
Gentlemen's Hose and half Hose.
For'sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
nov9 33 Water street.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES, PROSPECTUS OF THE JOSEPH SCHROTD,
GEORGIA SENTINEL. No. 44 Water, near Chestnut st.


NI O TiCE.-Six weeks alter date, I shall apply
to the IHon'le Win. G. M. Davis, Judge 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


OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin county, t.,r letters of administration
on the estate of Cairlron M. Evans, deceased.
FRANCIS L. MARSHALL.
Apalachicola, Nov. 11th, 1844. n16 6w


N OTICE.-Six w ; .aft.-r d.:,te, 1 sill .
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of
administration on the estate of David D. Churchill,
late of said county, deceased.
BENJAMIN ELLISON.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844. nov5 6w


OTICE.-- :: "weeks after date I will apply
N to the-Hon. Richard H. Long, Judge of the
County Court of Jackson County, for Letters of
Administration on the estate of William H. L.
Russ, late of said county, deceased.
WILLIAMS8 D. DICKSON.
Marianna, Oct. 8, 1844. 0. ol4 0 6w


OTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court for
Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the
estate of John Norton, late of said county, de-
ceased. JA. 'iE GREEN, Adm'r..
Apalachicola, April 1,17,844. a20 Cin


N OTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Hon. Judge of the. County Court of
Jackson county, for letters ofdismission from the
administration on the estate of Sampson Pope;
late of said county deceased.
SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson County, July 26, 1844... a3-6m

N OTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of.
dismission from the estate ofThos. H. Thompson.
H. B. STONE, Administrator.
Apalachicola, May 16, 1844. my-18 6m
NOTICE..-All persons having claims against
Isaac Jackson, late of Jackson County, de-
ceased, are required tb present the same duly au-
thenticated, to the subscribers, within the time
prescribed-by law, or this notice will be plead in,
bar of their recovery. All persons in,:.:t.-i to
said estate are requested to make immediate set-
tlement. HENRY JACKSON, Ad
STEPHEN JACKSON, Adm rs.
Jackson County, Oct. 26, 18414. o26 2m


Blacksnithiing, &c.
^ jt THE n'I,: i.,:-r respectfullyin-
forrns the citizens of Apalachicola
and its vicinity, .that he has erect-
\ ~ed on Commerce (i the. rear of
W" , No. 22 Water) street,- a BLACK-.
SMITH'S SHOP, where he is pre-
p.ar-id to execute with neatness and despatch,
and. on the most r i-.:.I:l t.-rns,;iall work ih, li-'
line of business, entrusted to his-care.
RICHA'RD PARKER.
Apalachicola, Oct..1'ith, 1-844--3m.


it u iuw a y Negro.
SCOIMM l ITTED to jail on the 2d instant,
J 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 31 inches high, and says that
his name is '- SAM." Any 1.-i -,..n i,..,wr'-r said
, ,.g Ir., will pl'a-i'- l-.:.'n- forward, prove property,;
' _, charges and take him-away, or he il[ be
de]t with according to law.
.\. .C. J. SHEPARD. ...,it;
S. of Franklin County.
Aj-,l,.'-i.i.v,1i. Nov. 5th, 1844. 6mupf


-.. S200 reward!
RUNAWAY from the subscriber about
I, t..,years rs-. two negro men, "JOHN"
i' ,,I'" A LB -iRT." Albert is about thirty-
--- '.L 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 ru, .:-.l.-r; his skin is'mnot very ::I..', but
rather between that of a black negro and a dark
molatto. It is well known to many, that the
above named negroes were at work around about
the -vicinity of lola, for some time after the sub-
scriber left Florida, and they have frequently
been seen during the last six months in that
neighborhood,- and it is believed that they are
;ll. thereabouts. The above reward of +-'i-,.
will be paid for their apprehension and lodge-
ment in any jail, or otherwise, so that I get them,
or Ift10 for either of them.-,
JOHN D. GRAY.
per ,iE'SC F. POTTS.
St, Joseph, Oct. 14th, 1844. ol9 lm


%-it) Reward!
S RUNAWAY, or stolen, two negroes
LYCINDA'" and "'Ji I."-L:i, i-I, left
,* about the 21st August; she is between 20
,.' N and 30 years of age, dark -:...r_,!, i.:.ii, deli-
cate made, sway back, small hands and feet, good
,._-iiit.,iii,.v- and extremely proud; she was pur-
chased of L B Randall, living on the Upatoie,
9 miles from Columbus, on the 15th of January,
1843, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th inst.,
he is a likely young fellow, 20 N:,3 -of age' and
is about 6 foot high, dark c.:i-.l :-.: :,.n a little
knock-kneed; wore off a straw I,,ifI white panta-
loons and cloth coat, and has left his. mother and
father, and seven brothers and i-f-,'-; ;.conse-
quently we have just grounds for fli, vi,.:. (hav-
ing found a free pass in the possession -.:. ,:.:- of
the other negroes,) that one Lucy A. Bartee, and
her son Washington Stevenson, -has feloniously
inveigled, stolen, taken and carried offtl. ,!:.- i..
named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her son
absconded from the house of Thos. T Bartee, with
whom she and her husband, John R. Bartee, re-
sided, the son, Washington, on the 24th and Mrs.
Bartee on the 29th of last month. She left dis-
gracefully, after breaking glasses and every thing
in her power. We will pay twenty dollars for
each of the above described negroes, delivered to
us in Stewart county, Ga., or lodged in any jail so
that we get them; and will pay the balance of two
hundred dollars (say $160) for the apprehension of
the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will
convict them for negro stealing, as the law directs
in such cases made and provided.
JOHN P. BARTEE.
THOMAS 0. BARTEE.
Stewart Co., Ga., Sept. 25th, 1844. o7 6t


SALT-1,200 bushs Coarse Salt of a superior
quality, just received on consignment.
For sale by
RAYMOND & IHARDIN,
sep30 I 133 Water st.


WILLIAM B. I-IAR31IISON.
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 .'.; I-.rjP,,ii-.
SA Subscription list will be found at this
ofice .--SAVANNAH, SEPTEMBER .3, 1844.
Tax iNotice I
N conformity with an Ordinance,.-passed by
the Mayor and Council .of the City of Apa-
lachicola, March 22d, 1844, entitled 'An. Ordin-
ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City."
I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of De-
cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in, front of the
Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol-
lowing described property, as will bring double
the amount annhxed, together with all cQsts and
charges of sale. .


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To whom assessed.
A. T. Bennett...........

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


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John Gilmore,.......... 2
Y. R. Griffin.......... 1
Estate of John Gillispie, 2'
*.J.:~-,I H arvey,. ..... -7
John Kerns,........... 3
.T.-Am Kennedy....... 2
J. C. Love........... 3
William- Low,....... 3
Charles M,:Ki.--,..... 5
J. ',I-'.l .......... 4 ',.
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Jno. T. Myrick........ 5(
Joseph Mitchell,....... 4
K. McKenzie......... 5(
7 T. Maitland & sons,.... 7 (
2. Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6 (
A. J. Norris.......... 3 (
Ogden & Ferguson,... '1
Dan'l. Ryan,.......... 3 2
John Ragan,.......... 2
Frank White,......... 3(
Thos. L. Wingate,..... 2 '
Henry Williams,....... 6 (
PETER HOBERT,
City Tax Collector.
June 7th, 1844. jel5 6m


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AN Evening Paper, to be published in the City
of Savannah, Ga., devoted to Politics,, Com-
merce, Agriculture anid General Intelligence.
The increasing importance of our flourishing
and beautiful city-the facilities enjoyed in the
transmission of the mails-and.-the absence of an
Evening Paper in Savannah-all conspire to render
the proposed publication at least expedient, if nor
necessary.
Whilst lthe Paper will bear principally a. c:.in-
mercial character, we shall endeavor to M.,ike. it
useful and interesting to all classes of the commu-
nity, by rendering it a disseminator of trud-i-at,
advocate of virtue-and censor of vice. In pur-
suing the plan determined upon, the following
will comprise the leading departments of the Pa-
per, which we hope will carry the cheerfulness of
knowledge and the light of truth wherever it is
received.
POLITICS.-We shall sustain the great Republi-
can doctrines embraced in the Virginia and Ken-
tuckey Resolutions of 1798-'99, asmaintained by
Jefferson, Madison, Troup, 1-Hayne, Calhoun, and
other distinguished advocates of State Rights-and
more recently set forth by the' Democratic Con-
vention at Baltimore, in May last-as forming
what-we conceive to be the fundamental principles
of our Goverment. Thus having for our motto-
"Free Trade-Low Duties-No Debt-Seperation
from Banks--Economy-Retrenchment--and a
strict adherence to the Constitution," and placing
ourself upon the broad bias of the latter, we can in-
voke alike the fidelity of the "Unionist" and the
zeal of the "Nullifier," in maintaining inviolate
its compromises, whereby alone our civil, and re-
ligious liberties can be secured to us, and the bless-
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Our object being to assist in sustaining the great
principles of GConstitutional Liberty, and in draw-
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an acquaintance with the nature of their gover-
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of all piii,: -I questions of a general nature. In
no case, howeverwill' the dignity of the press be
yielded, bypermitting it to become the vehicle of
"scu.irrility or vulgar personal abuse. :
BrlieiIns ih,: nominees of the Baltimore Con-
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fully competent to discharge the duties of Presi-
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li il-l en.J-i-v-.'. f t.) promote their election, by-all
h ,:,ni.:,rable irl.m'i-. -.
CoMMERcIAL.-Under thishead will be found the
latest statements of the various markets for our
staple -i--o,':.s. both Foreign and Domestic-
together with a carefully corrected Weekly PRe-
view of our own market."
AGRiCULT'ruE.-- Whatever may be deemed of in-
terest to those engaged in Agricultural pursuits,
shall have due attention, and no- pains will be
spared to make our paper interesting to the Farmer,
in comparison to which, all other trades and pro-
fessions may be said to be but the frieze and cor-
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ADVERTISEMENT.
W ILLMER & SMITH'S EUROPE-
AN TIMES.-During the time this
journal.has been before the world, the proprietors
refer, with pleasure to the praise which it has
elicited from the press of England, Ireland, Scot-
land, the United States, Canada and the West
Indies, and the encouragement it has received
from the public of the United States and Canada.
Three essential features distinguish it from all
contemporaneous publications.
First-It contains a full, correct and compre-
hI,-r -iv, Shipping'List, arranged on a plan so plain
i]d practicable, that "he who runs may read."
F'e-',:,. interested in the. l[.fjrie of America may
turn in an itrnt :,nt,) the information which they
seek wit rh ..-rit".', Of relying on its truth.
It thus ,- ,:-- Sl',,.rr Lists, and other ex-
pensive phlntc.i:,iti.n ti jti', Europe, some 'of which
are six times the price of Willmer & Smith's
European Times." .
Secondly-It criairns a Price Current of all the
great British and -European markets, devoted
principally to the articles of trade-and commerce
more immediately sl.'rt'iiiri to the American
continent, and in which the merchant, the trader
and the man of bustaess must feel an immediate
interest. On the stire of correctness, the tabular
figures, and therteairk'k accompanying the vari-
ous markets, showing their actual condition, may
be relied on, and *e in fact an authority with
most of the first h.- -.;e in the principle cities of
the United States a!%d Canada.
Thirdly-As a n .wspaper, it presents to the
American reader, '- a concentrated state, and
where the interest br importance of the subject
demands it, in the iost detailed and ample form
every topic of polite :al commercial, domestic and
miscellaneous ir i ;t which has occurred in Eu-
rope, or elsewhere since the departure of the
previous packet; e ecial regard being paid to
whatever is most inectedwith .or relates to the
political, social, a commercial well-being of
:he Union,-or the a .,--ci British province. In
short, it takes a gl ce at every circumstance in
which the inhabita s of the Great Western con-
tinent can possibly eel an interest. It puts the
Am.ericrn reader i possession, the moment it
comes to hand, of a atever has transpired during
the interval in. F ope--personal, political and
commercial.
It has already a ined a very, high character,
and may with i-.ri ,,.i,-h lbe 'said to contain
he BEST Pli:' C-'i'RRENT; the BEST
Sitl'iN', LI.q T; ir.ii i- the BEST EUROPE-
AN NEWSP'.Ai'E .hi.--h reaches this country
rom England ; I r comprises in a condensed
form of twenty-fou columns every description of
news of interest-o merica, which had ti.,iipir-
ed in Eri,-1i.:1 n,,1 '-,r Foreign parts, from the
sailing, of-the pre us up to the hour of depar-
,ure of the Steam ip which conveys the forth-
coming number.
W It will be s at 129 cents per copy only.
Amongst other nmberous and .flattering testi-
nonials, the F:1.i-, 07h. i,_, Post, sbys:-
"We are greatly debted to this newspaper for
our foreign, ,'iw'-el i n, and commercial news.
)ne number of illmer & Smith's European
rimes is worth a ,i *It- file of :i, other Er,.iili
aperr." -
Published .-it Li.' ,,.^I. i,-t before the-steamer
ails bv- WfLLI..1\ & 1\IITH. S-l.nr-ition
'OUR DOLLA_-..S E ER jNNUM. .

IT is the intent n. of the proprietors of the
SETROPEAN T ii- r ." to publish EXTRAS. con-
aining a digest sie ar to the 'Eiuiri-pean Time-s.
ut more condense ":':; ic> three cents per Copy.
which I shall havde .-|r la by"po.t and railway
express, in a few rr n ii-ut after each star-nr'ip's
arrival in Boston, a d i I-ih iay be obtciIi.,d in
quantities atvery I -pri-e. .
*l .I\VARD- WILLMER. ;
ErRvi-rrr-, Tm r' OFFICE,
LBolst.n, Jimte, 844. 5 jyl


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Tailoring.
SleHE s.iibi,,b,-s respectfully
y S i': ru e-it, '-tis-is of Apalachi-
-cola, and its vicinity, that. having
Entered into a co-partnership they
Share prepared at Mr. Gray's old
stand, on Chestnut s-treet, next
S'door to the Post Office; to exe-
S. cute all 'orders in. their line of
- -- -- business, in a workmanlike man--
ner, and in the. latest and most
fashionable style, and general satisfaction war-_
ranted to all those who may favor them with their
.patronage. STR-ODHOFF & GRAY.
SApalachicola, Nov. st, 1844. nov5


S"PATENT '

- SIX B]AIR FV. SELF-fREI OL. 0
VING AND REPEATING -
PI STOLb.
DEALER in Fancy Hardware, Fine Cutlery,
Perfumary, &. .:.--"ir ir, in part of
Fine It, & Pocket Knives, and Scissors;
Razors, and C4h i'piia's Razor Strops;
Elegant Port Folios, for ladies;
Steel Pens and Pen Holders ;
Fine-Gold'Dimnond Pointed Pens;
Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks;
.Pdi-.nt liil.:-t d ; Fine. Letter Palo'er;
File iji' iJ nd Sl'.-i Pencils; ...
(CGtl.'-nie German -'olwr,-. aid fine Per-
futmes for IIaiIdI:-'.r.: I,1i -t., &c.
P,, ir'- U-L_ ; -7ih T ili He Mu Ii,, s
File C'l.tlis, Hir and Tooth Brushes;
lir.s-3'.i arnd Fine Tooth Combs;
Siik aridr Farncy Purses; S'.ipi-nd-rs;
M. ,.:: ,: Pocket Book ; T ezrs
Ladies' Fine Feather Fans;. .
-Feather Dusters; Key Rings; '
.. Violin and ViY.1iri Strings; .
Sewing&. Knitting ed 'is,, &c.,&c.
Also, a g,-:,od sppLy o single and double bar-
reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which he
offers cheap for Cash.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf


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Tailoring. '.,
( ~ TERMS=- Cash on Delivery. -,
Fall and Winter Fa"',1.-ir t j 1t received.
fTHE subscriber '- respectfully
" informs the Citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and its vicinity, thathe has
removed his TAILORING ES-
TABLlIHMENT to the new
building of Capt. Si-in,:.-rns, corner
of Centre and Commerce street,
S | and is now prepared, on reason-
able terms-to execute all orders
in his line of business. ir, tihc latest
and most fl,._'.-be styles, and warranted to, fit.
N.'B.-Boys Garments particularly attehtded to.
JAS. C. COLEMAN..
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. .o7tf


D ISSoLULTI,.iN OF (_('OPARTNERSHIP--
The late firm of '- C(HESTER, FARRIOR &
McGRIiFF," is this day dissolved by mutual cqn-
sent of the parties., Hi ih M. Farrior, is duly
authorized to settle all the unfinished bushiess'of
said firm. WILLIAM CHESTER,
HUGH M1. FARRIOR,
EPHALY McGRIFF.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15th, 1844. o19 im


WARM SPRINGS.
-MERIW.ETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA.
-i-?. THE. PROPRIETORS of this watering
|;; plac:-. have been induced to open their
A!iE.j H.'use. 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 variotis diseases,
such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. all of which
readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have
heretofore held out more inducments to persons
s-el.:ing p-li&4ure, to visit these Springs, than to
those;ib pursuit of Health. To the'invalid, we
say come, and come early, if you wish' to be
benefited. These Springs have proved a certain
cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
and in no instance have invalids failed to be bene-
fited who have visited them, for the proof of
which, we can refer to innumerable certificates,
some from the most respectable gentlemen in the
State.
To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will say this
much, that we intend to offer inducements enough
to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
South. We irit.er 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 pll.'e presents a new and beautiful appear-
ance. The-temperature of theatmosphere 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 willdes-ribe 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 preciscl', 90.degrees. The analysis as taken by
Dr. J. B. C'rtirng, Sta.te Geologist, is as follows:
"Heichit .A:.ve the level of the. sea, 793j feet-
quLantity o.iii v. ine pint or 28,875 cubic inches-
specific gravity 0,998--distilled water being 1,000.
GASES-Carbonic acid gas,.... 2.cubic inches.
Sulphurate of I-Iydrogen,.............a trace.
SOLIDS-C'arboinate of Lime,........1 grain.
Carbonate of Iron,..... .... .... 3 5 grains.
Carbonate The temperature of the Water, winter and sum-
mer, 90o degrees."
A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly
for riding, three miles-in length; it leads to the
summit of a Mountain, where you behold one of
the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
road has also been made to the well known
COLD SPRING,.only *ths of a mile from the
Hotel; this Spring i said by all who have seen it,
to be the finest cold water in the world.
The amusements at ti? Springs are various.-
The Ball Ro6m is opened nightly and the services
of one of.the beit MNluisiaps in this section of the
country, Ais :u-ri--d to tak:e c}.arge- of it.
We intend.,to d-itre out time exclusively this
season to the c6n'ri: i'of ou (Visitors, and we hope
to be able, between us, to please all, and see'that
n-ne "6,) ,,\';, a3iss'-ifiei--. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
will-have charge of the house, S. R. B. too, will
give his whole attention. .
Ourhlirges will be the same as heretofore,
$30, per month for Board and Lodging. Baths,
free. A fine t.-.k 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
I,:.hil-., Montgomery, Savannah, Augusta. Macon
and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and
Hacks run daily fi.:,n blith places here, so there
will be no i Iii-,l:.infrt.',t. Afour horse Stage
also leaves C,1u.i w u-. tti'v-, times a week by the
way of H ,, 1.,-,:,7 for' the Springs.
The Propri.tnor:- will be ready to receive Com-
pany on.t!fi 4 ie r Mj v.
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 patrnnan-e of the invalid, as .-ell as the
man ci h.-rl, ,i nd pleasure. We will therefore
only invite the ti uti-,i, of the reader to the fol-
lowing letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell, of Colum-
bus: ::
S CoLrMBtrs, March 23d, 1844.
Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodating
and courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of
Merriwether county-It is dir- the public who
may wish to leave their ov.r I,...L-ics and firesides
during the sickly season, to seek a place where
they can enjoy. Ianltl, -and all the comforts of
cultivated and x fi-r. d ,-ci-ti v, to point them to
the Warm Spi,,... In its Topographical situa-
tion, it is unqui-sni,-:-[i[[ 'inferior to no Watering
place in the United Stihd-s. The Medicinal vir-
tues fits Waters from the ('Il,-ni,';jl analysis srbi.,
mitted to tie. putli.' 1-vy th- Stites Geologist, has
aud ever will exert happy influence over Rheu-
matism ; ,-,m_'[iitis : Larin i l~'i s;; ~i pert iti i;Diar-.-
rher; Dysentary;Dispep-vy. arid all diseases of the.
skin and Knfirt. -
In ilir>- ,itz_ thii !,,:.t- to you'sir, I have only-
co hnpli-d tvitli thie e rin,. t -,licitatiin-, of some.
kind friends whohave l:-.,-ti eilri- radically cured
or greatly l,-i,,,i ii,-d lty the curatives of the Waters
of the Warm Springs." ,.
I am, dear 4ir. with s.:tdieriits of high consi.t
deration ;i,.tr obedient servant.
T.... S ... J.J. BOSWEIL.
T ,:, C,-,l.'S; R :.B,.,iiner. .. .


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UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
or. Ann & Nassau streets, New York.
THE undersigned respectfully
( inform the Old -Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
DRY, formerly known as JAMES
SCONNER'S" and more- recently as
"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 corn-
pletele Printing- Establishments, on as favorable'
terms, and of as good a quality as any other es-
tabl ii-h rm e n t in the United States.
SThe Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
in style of face,-and the material of which it is
made, particularly adapted for service in News-
paper Printing.
WC- 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




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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: November 16, 1844
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1844. [NUMBER 47I'l'ULlSHEl .

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EHCLtfJ J I\TBl1) [ 11tt CARDS. CARDS. For the Commercialdvcrtiser.. h -
('OJL'1' sugcostmg whether it would. not be prudent to
ELECTION DAY.
SATURDAYS postpone the execution, at least until the
) : ---- morning -
BY .TRRHMIAH Dy. DANIEL J. DAY N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUM11US: &c.AtcIP : The polls the polls! huzza for the polls ; I-auquiernmshtly replied that the law must

Jhnb2: ll.J :!. iJ'11J\J'1) -- --- ---- ----- ------ -- --- Whigs and democrats, take: its course. lIe went to dinner and the fortyiiino
,
;\.J :t> .1 .T. Day & -
j3.2 Co. 'rr'iJ .f\ li3Ja" 0 Drunken aristocrats,
AIIaEl E 3"Ab. victims; went to the scaffold
wither
i.2.1.J! : in
of COMMISSION
iliatlunl story< UaltzeH's Buildings, corner MERCHANTS, MtMiand little brats, due time, 1IF followed them.! '
I tl Commerce: & Chestnut streets, No. 52 Water street, 13G Watei &M o Pine street. ponr a* old church rat. The
noy.i Apalachicola, Fla. NEW YORK, Fighting likr logs and eat, next day the Guillotine was removed back
nnq'd? and for : toiiiopcntMif its lonsrcst triumplH-the Place
tit tats
TIIHEI3( DOLLARS J PElt ANNUM, PHILANDER KIMKALL. Proprietor. eyes tic la
.\T Noiirsc, Stone & Co. Torn coats:, f-mas-hed up haP, hcvohilionKrr\ on the .,th July, it
;
J'.\ 'r \11 1.1-: I.V: ApvANci: ,
C: O :\.J.I15SI0.DIERCAN 1 T S, Ed\v' C. Center fc Co., Fist: !lo;, clllb.. knives and brickbats avenged humanity on Robespierre and twenty-one <
.nieaN of tellinc.; or less l ; (twenty lines Art thick of of lllo followers the
as t
iurti : No.' 40 Water street, GENERAL COMMISSION :MERCHANTS, as a swarm gnats.Who's next day : ixt '.one; and the
,/!:) >r(' 11 pr.iportioi.) conspicuously 1 inserted v Analachicola, Fla.I Mobile, ..Ila.GCr in their glorv Pat'o. day alter. thirteen mere of his associates. The
These the of the .
al the following: rates : >. Franklin Noure, > w. Collections and Remittances promptly at- There arc scenes poll i writer an the Quarterly justly adds that though

,,IIH'.H.' . ..-S'W In> One month, $2 50 II. n. Stone, C teded to.llefas And all are the men diver.tied of all! principles features, characters and staturesThe nature- : France; ts naturally anxious to forget thieReA-

..7 (0') ) Three wel'l\s.2 BiramV.. Brooks ) nov9 ulionary horrors, ,t behooves the
t 'linttis 1ynlcli.ay to-Messrs. McKay &, Ifarlshornc, worst; mediocre and lies t of God's creatures rest of Europe
r"T..t> urinJlis:..r c):) Two weeks, .1 50 to remember and meditate
1 oct'20 fpm Apalachicola, Fla. Thieveand gamblers, merchants and preachers:; upon them.
.
1 OJ* One erlJon..l 00 .
jvi, sii'Kitli-8. & IlaCOMMISSION .
------- Bank politicians and bible class teachersAll -

til l Icy;<- vvl111 a'J\"t>rtis;:* l hy the year a liberal dis- MEItCIIANTS Andrew S. Cooke, \\'llIl1nite in a h('arty three cheers, Jin Inra Cow/.-Iowa is now the finest frontier -

,. )nut will In1 mule ; hilt all advertisements, not No. 3D Water street, COMMISSION MK TIC II ANT; At the P'>1s! for their favorite vote besecchera. f country in the wc;"t, and! is settling urt.
.
; ..IId, ]ip !iti'.t.uui'i-T to their t own bn-iues asSl.i fftOi'i Apalachicola! Florida. No. 5 Canal, cor. Tclioupitoalss >t. '?v. !Inch, r.iiik; and station! la: JHf| \\ 1I1t.H1: :: related! to me some very

l.d l advortis-jmi'nts sent in them _. Give lie I IOWCM: tjiailaiu-u 1... .. .. ,.. ,. ._. amus-
. > 1; i- ail l by -- -, -- ----- ----- New Orleans, La. illS -" .tu !, ) 1._ n..,, ..._.....a
?,!it! II.' 'l ir-'::1 1 :at the usual rates. \'''. A. fc P. C. Kaiii, Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, A For recognixation the niencot, situation on tin circuit, for the purpose of organizing and

,. 1_ h COMMISSION:: MERCHANTS, janlo tlnov Apalachicola, Fla. In Yankee creation, holding his first court among the rude and frontier

. N-v;: Y. KK APAL .\Cl JCUL\ PACKETS."STAU Olficc! No. 4 Columbus: Buildings, '-- On the affaire of the nation, people. In many coulltici: they had not had time

I :x;, J0-, /-K1. oct'20: Apalachicola, Fla. SIIEr. Itt) T. Llt't'INCOTrVat.11.. WYATTJLippicicott Has a little dictation.. even to erect any kind; of a shelter for a court

.' x. i; ..;.?;2.T ) ---. --.. &; AVyilt, The polls are closed. And soon comes forth house. The best provision which could be made, '

i LINK." D. ii:. Wood & Co., GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I From the :sacred: room, a man with look was to t form scats of loss beneath. the shade of a

' \J iri.nuia: : .. .. . . Phillips, Master.s GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 2 New Levee and .1 Tchonpitoulas st., :Mysterious.; And firmly hold in; in his hand large tree,with a sC';.t near its body) for the Judge.

s ,r.: Uifi'.i; .. . . . Clark, r,0.29 \Vater street-Up stairs. NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly The document issues of that, upon hard which contested is written'flue dav. The shcriffwould! open court by mounting a stumpor I

". ', "E ;unrr.! (new) . . Lewis. ": noy5; Apilachicola: Fla. He mounts a chair, and breathless silence mound near by, and crying 0 yes, 0 yes," i

1 nV.r.'ii", i:. Platt,. . .llice, Thomas Bertram, Reigns. He speaks, and on his words: doth hangA etc., announcing; to the whole universe that the

. ::: 1'.MUM: ,.. . . . Talbot, f.al'lU: & llohnes, COMMISSION MERCHANT\ nation's fate. court was then opened, and: inviting all who had

';,,1'; s.11.! at..:,:.',. . . . IJedcll, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 5.1 Common street. On** of two parties is always victoriousWe business:; to attend. The clerk sat on a block of

f : :Mj' (Ci\u,'. ,. . . . ttedell, No. M Water street, NEW ORLEANS. novl ly hope the defeated,by no acts inglorious, wood), and used a shingle. on his knee t for a desk.

. i,'i'M! in. ,. . . . . Richardson: : novo; Apalachicola, Fla. ---- -- --- ------ Will tarnish this day, After the Grand Jury were empanelled and charged -
c J. W. Woodland & Co.COMMISSION Which! has pass'd: away 1, by the
Judge, they were sent in of the
,
t ';M1SK: f: xv-jst'ls of light draft of water care
beiiij
; MERCHANTS and peacefully tho' some hive Ieengay.
:
[ Wsa. G. PortcaCo.. : Quietly sheriff, to a large hollow or ravine, in which they
i-i i 1 t'mnaade 1 experienced! masters, aiv No. IS Commerce street And shouting! aloud,
COMMISSIONMERCHANTS.
''S DEALERS IX HOODS AND! could sit in conclave beyond the view ot the
1 \.' : .i.l i"'1.1 to the trad., and will sail punctu.ill New Orleans, La. novl ly He(I announced to the crowd or A court
spectators, smaller hollow
ravine
wavered or
"h''l'li'l'l1. That the votes had Ions was
.
1'0..11V'a1l'r Street I
\ \ _
c rv --- had favored. appropriated for the use of the Petit The
-- Jury.
-- ---- ---- ------- ------ And who they
the subscribers in
\\l\ nIs forwardrfd to
:j g Fla. !
Ii :\ '.,, Y';ik, will be shipped freeof cuutmissums. oct-20 ly ApjJarJillola, ]\cw Yuri, New Orleans and Miscdlancoui Now rose to hea\en( the loud hurrah: gr.1grew very tall in the neighborhood, and if F
.i ADVERTISEMENTS.PRINT Of those who won the victory. jurymen! lay down in a ring in the grass, they
,;. POST & PHILLIPS'! W. A. Wood, the unsuccessful few couldtill
Slowly more perfectly exclude themselves
*., South street New York. from
(
MERCHANT
.e COMMIS iCN,1'OR\VARDINCr Retired, except a ragged crew, observation. The Judge] said that
,
WAREHOUSEIN one day after
i 1. :McKAY: ic HAKTSHOIINK, AND SHIP CHANDLER, Who stopped to wage a little war hiviiij, charged the Grand t
e .1') \Vater st., Apalochicola.otib No. '23: Waterstreet, NEW YORK With fist, brickbat or hickory. them Jury, and dismissed
to t their
1-: : .'>r 1-t, ISII.1.'d o'Juy! sepr: ( Apalachicola, Fa.'f'It41F61a' To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade The victors all got drunk, of course raw bonr-d!, live quarters Yankee the long holloic, a tall hat

.._ by the Piece or Package.No. The vanquished hclp'd them some, looking man, with
Y01UT' --
:>-:)V & \PALACHICOLA: PACKEr And both next morning felt much worse, in hand, addressed him as follows : "i\fay it

a ,.....,.... l _..._....... ; Preston, 44 Cedar street near William. For drinking so much rum. please your honor, I wish to speak to you." Order -

r, $ :' :\ COMMISSION and FORWARDINGMERCHANT. LEE & BREWSTEH give notice tb SIKES. sir, what is i it ?" Judge:::: ," continued he,
.r If
I". ...,, c .. .... :;::::tk in DRY GOODS, that they have re- with the utmost gravity, u is it right for fellows to 'llr

tt Regular Packet LiTlc.I Ounce, No. ;37 AVater street-up stair moved their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED THE MOTHERLESS.The snake llyi the grass?" "How? what is that

I: -' '::1 M utlia. 1't-hinilu.J.. J Doane: master. oclO rim Apalachicola, Fla.I CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Pearl, to following is one of the most touching! sir in \\ 1)y, you see," said the Yankee, there's

If, ,, i ri'>ri'i.iii! ..\\ In. Pratt, No. 44! Cedar street. By confining their attentionto beautiful things we ever read. No one can doubt some fellows who's! tarnal 'fraid the Grand Jury
Titos. I,. itclicl, Messrs E. & B..are enabledto that this is the of husband and father
f'r N.i'l": ( ;".1'. PWI/itham: .c PRINTS ONLY, language a a will find something: agin 'em, which they desarve
'! '. ,:' I'n I'.11.111.\. L Dyer, ItECE1VI\G FOH.\VAB.OIKCT{ AND exhibit an assortment far suppassing any ever with a spirit stricken by the loss of one fondly and they are snaking it to the Grand Jury ontheir ,

: : M)II i tht1tm.\r',: : II Doane, COMMISSION: : : Ci1aNT, before offered in America; and to sell at prices as loved as a wife, and as the mother of his precious bellies in thegrass,up kind trying to hear what
No. Water street
- ,1': \'10 f-:1iZt.:' . . . WC Park, JinvO Fla. low, and generally loww, than those whose attention ones : the Jury are.talking about."-"*No:" responded

- ; \1"Lt ri'T.i,.H Ashley, Apalachicola, is divided.among alarge variety of articles You're weary, precious ones your eyes (the Judge, with as much gravitr as he could com

(i I. T,1 11-,1!: ','. \v-s
j Iviii'! ; fvpn"-ly fir the trade} of tile best nvavl colors, embracing every variety of AMERICAN Think ye of her who lnew s=o well Sheriff, go station a guard round each Jury's hollow

:-, f '.t '"'i. .fattened and) cmvered.\ ). with hand- Iiitnlll'otilt .'tl l it1J\vay, AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market :; Your tender thoughts toguide ; and if a man is found have him

\ 't' rnurxl.; +
tlv! ,.:rti.,.- Lrhca the tl)..tof sulmg falls on ;' I their own sales, and cannot be obtained else- from hearts punished.). Indeed, if this'
Ah Snaking persistedin
never erase
your
:1. ::1It\.t t t'l: ':'l""''-'' will ..; til fin (he )J.t\' l folio wT'l'1 Ofli e, No. 21ratcr slrcef-Up :stairs, where, except in second hands. That blessed mother's name. I.:shall recommend! a special act to be parsed,

'.. !nntw of pissajje; H >: !1f'', without; liquors. Apalachicola, Fla. Dealers in Prints will find it to their interestto making it a misdemeanor." The fact the

.1\' ;. 1:: ..: 1)-) : filrldC'le') tn th." ..;n.H'rilt..r atn ?:Z3:: J.ilanral advance on ('otton consigned tr'Iioir call and examine this stock, before making 'Tis time to say your evening hymn, Judze said, there were at the time was,
friends ui New York, Boston, Liverpool urI elsewhere for by so doing they will I youngest infant i dove present some
;' \ \ YOJ': ::. will; he ship:>'d tree of! commission. purchases My barefooted vagrant rascal who 1
1:. D. nuKLRur&ro.(T Havre. oct2G have the advantage of learning'the lowest market Come press thy velvet cheek to mine, justly of horse were probably::
suspected
f : had
( all the most desirable and And learn the lay of love stealingand "snak-
;
and f
N. Y. --- price, comparing
South
1 : st., or, td it" thc
Grand
(WI I side side. My sheltering arms can clasp: you all, on Jury, in order to find out
\11 XOUK; :, STOXK 1 c'c CO., .Ja"'i. 1'. 11'arror, fashionable styles in market, by :\Iv poor deserted throng! whether the Jury intended to present them and

la ,:! K.; \\tcr-t., \\nVn.\ GEXERAL If iCKlVIXH, FORWARDING.! & w Catalogues Prices, corrected with every Cling as you used to cling to her ifso, to gain time by this clandestine warningand:

it. .-_ .. -, --- -- -. ... _.. -- ---:. .,., COMMISSION MERCHANT, variation of the market, are placed in the handsof Who sings the angel son;. flee the jurisdiction of the court by escaping into
No. 9 Oolmnlius Block oct7 tfn
buyers.
_ ("I' j1 I Y)L I ) R. nov?9) Apalachicola, Fla.1'ylic Begin,sweet birds the accustomed strain, Missouri.-Coirespondence of the Journal of
Business.New Commerce.
.. Commission Come warble loud and clear ;
---. ---- .
.
es \ A rtcKelizie, York 12th, 1S44. Alas! alas! you're weeping all, ------ -

lie i .1. C. .\H4 n11 COMMISSION: l\IEHCIL\NTS of business derived You're sobbing in my ear. hzfo'ndillg Variety of the Bible.-When |Irhc f

\\' .;.-.de; atill: ) Kst.iil I l-uU>r inhIs No. l TJ Water street, (jCr WITH a knowledge in Good night!-Go say the prayers she taught celebrated Dr. Samuel Johnson was asked whyso
: :I :" ;-. :\I1'UH'1\I': : ::,. P.ITOJL Apalachicola.AT.VA from an experience of more than twenty years Beside your little bed- many literary men were infidels, his reply was,
f L.iSS, }rJ! SHES.VC.&c.! Commercial and other business pursuits, and good The lips that used to bless you there because they arc ignorant of the Bible." If the

jot ;11"". WVI.IK. ) facilities, the undersigned tender their service, Are silent with the dead question( be asked why the lovers of general 1 reading -
:at .-1 f'1lf'''''l assortment tffif' \\T TM. A. !\IcKE "7.I1,, 5 sepl lyJoSua as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur- so often fail to acquaint themselves with the

"m III t 'K>, I\'j L.\ N'KS; STATION."V.!{ tVr., iVc.rni. chase and sale of fall kinds of Produce, and Foreign A father's hand your course may guide, sacred volume, one reason that may be assigned

'. of ( '.Cllfre \:. Commerce1 :greets, U. Hull, and Domestic Goods. Amid the thorns of life ; doubtless i is, they are not aware of its interesting -
i"n5: Apalachicola, Fla. of the late firm of conducted established His care protect those shrinking plants
Their business will be upon That dread the of strife variety., This feature of the Bible is well illustrated .
storm
hs ir., Vood------- --- r.V. A. Hardec $ Co., Savannah, Ga.] principles, and with a view to prompt returns But who infant hearts; l by :Mrs. Ellis, in the following eloquent
*1. I:. \ upon your
nd 1 F.-UJrOR AXI COMMISSION: MERCHANT, for all sales effected, and answers to all Shall like that mother write extract from her recent work, entitled the Po- .

lrl A LTTONEElt I Otlice, Xo. -J-5 Water street, orders with which they may be favored. Who touch the strings that rule the soul etry of life." S

( tt,ur of Water and Centre tireets. ocl2'i Apalachicola, Fla. Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of Dear smitten Hock, Gocd night. With' our established ideas of beauty,grace,pathos
'n -V; TIIvibviibT! having taken that very proir Cotton other Produce will be duly honored on
,
or and either concentrated in the 1
(?; ".-ir: -.imf, (lIna' r of \-ntre "lIti l Water Greets:, CiKKKX Cll\ II. CoNXEIiY.C sublimity,
CJ\ A.
s. receipt of Invoice and Mill Lading, or by special THE GUILLOTINE.The extended to the widest
('ct ';,' ', ,Irl-.] to attend faitlilully' and promptly, to rutty minute point, or range.
Un -MI-! nMru-i" >,l to his c.tn*. nova rten "& Conncry, agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of London Quarterly Review contains an interesting we can derive from t the Scriptures a fund of gratification ,

Iud '-----.- ---'-'-- COMMISSION:: I I ii\IERCIIANTS l responsibility of drawers. article upon the systemati/ied murdersby n.t to be found in any other memorial of ?

crt .1i ici'l! 4'a. I tEye i'S, No. 'J-i Water sheet, FOWLE, DE COIN &. CO., the Guillotine, the origin of the barbarous instrument past or present time. From the worm that grov-

.IC! Arc Tii ''EEl,1); : : ( D1J5-lUX: 011 1)p dachicola. Fla. mar30 (Om_ 7S Pearl street. and other matters connected with this els in the dust beneath our feet, to the track of

MKKCHAXT.N ) : --- ---- -- of the French from the moth
the terrible feature in the history revo the Ie\ iathan in the foaming deep-

'me '01.:r> Apalachicola. Fla. CJMMI:iS1( ):\\\: i'( )1It\\'AH DJxn MEltCIIAXT Thos. ill. Doyle &; Co. designed with any view to what turned out :soars above: his: cjryin the clouds-from the wild

-- - --- ---- -- AND DhALKR JX UJODS, SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS, to he its most important characteristic great a-3 in the desert to the lamb within the shep-

. (J(!o. S. Hawkins, No.: 4J Water street.Apalachicola, Fla. No. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee, number of victims it could execute in a short herd's fold ; from the consuming locust, to the

.\TTI/I\/ : Ir: kv COL'XSl'LLOK:; : AT LAW, jan2Dtln J and at No. 20 Natchez street, space of time-but this bloody instrument was at cattle upon a thousand hills-from the rose of

Ice 'ri- q/jii'f'-Fp stairs, 15. KSIisosi Ac; Co., ORLEANS.. first proposed 1 on a combined; principle of justiceand Sharon to the cedar of Lcu\oon-from: the crystal

h EImp X". 1 Cohimbus Jllock, Watlr.i'1rC'c{, DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS: ; ( GOODS, mercy, the inventor contending, that hangingwas stream gushing forth from the flinty rock, to the ',1 i

--! n", .Apalachicola: Fla.A. AX]) COMMISSION MERCHANTS) ffj( WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL- a lingeringand cruel punishment, while death wide waters of the deluge-from the lonely pathof
I -- -- -- --- -- ------ No. 33: Water street, ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and by decapitation must be immediate. the wanderer, to the gathering: of a mighty H

';: (.. .SATTOKXKY cnIIlH !L, '. jrcl ly Apalachicola, Fla. Window Glass, .C.Will keep constantly on After giving much information in relation to multitude-from the tear that falls: in secret, to r

01- 1 AT A\\ hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows : this sanguinary machine the writer of the article, the din of battle and the shout triumphant hosts i
-r O!li,'('. ..Ytt.2 Cdf't. Simmon's J1t 'IIIl. WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; speaking of the position it occupied in France, -from the solitary inthejwilderness, satrap
MERCHANTS
{ (jr. Centre & Commerce streets. r.ROCERS A: COMMISSION clad in sackcloth 1
Red says that theGuillotinc remained in performance, nn the t throne-from the mounier -
Venetian t
(5 I Apalachicob, Fla. Xo10 Water Mreet, White and Red Lead, dry ; ;
in the celebrated de la Revolution the in purple robes-from thegiawinpjof
I. until to prince
-- -- -- ---- .. Particular uttfutiort pml to putting up family Yellow and Oxford) Ocree ; ivory Black ;
tun.g !: -- (fjr; ; do June Sth, 1791! 1, when the inhabitants of the the worm that dieth not, to the sera-
mluost and ship; bioros.i Chronic Green and Saxon
.Iaiios F. f rarrcor ,tea : ;
,
ot which the sulferers had to visions of the blest from the still voice, to
; Apalachicola, Fla.JOF:4 Blue Black :street through pas, phic -
'ftrVAHK.! ; I \ AND: XOTAUV I PUBLIC, c1.c18 l Spanish:; and French Brown; ; /
the resol'C'dthat of -from the depths
rho being weary of heart-rending sight; flip thunders Omnipotence !
----- -- and Blue Verditter i
i ae, Apalachicola. 1 Fla.] \\". PKKHV. \V.r. C. 1)IcKINSON.fi'er'ry Green ; do tho cruel instrument should he removed to of hell to the region of eternal glory,-there is
r. Chrome Yellow and Orange ;
men ,j' Ofix:; .%.0. 'J Columbus Jifock.Hiald iclfiiison and Cobalt the Place Jlnloiac, in front of the ruins of no decree! of beauty or deformity, no tendency to
> the Ac FINE COLORS Ultamarine ;
:
'
s-dicit
oi ivsjn rlfulh i patronage r in how- shade of darkness or gleam oflight
'4 MERCHANTS the Bastile. It stood this new position, rood or evil no ;
do
"I'1 ills blends and COMMISSION: : I Yellow Lake and Crimson ;
acquaintances.SI. wl1ich within the
, a No. ,1'ater street-Up stairs, Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red ; ever but five days; the shop-keepers not liking docs not come cognizance:
.1toa' Fla.'I'.Skillintu do their new neighbor, and having, in those brief oj' the l Holy Scriptures; and therefore there is no
Ql:. Wood, ilovr; Apalachicola, Chinese Vermillion ; English; ;
;
of mind that
it not )
ring Urnbre five days, executed ninety-six persons, was removed expression or conception( may
,'ir- NOTAK I v PUBLIC, Vandyke Brown" ; Turkery ; York do to the Jiarrieredn Prone, where it stood f a corresponding picture; no thirst for exceltied
:VKfuv.: cur. Centre and Water street, :cr h11 Term de Seinna ; Purple Brown ; ; with its full and
fall meet supply
sub. MERCHANT Green from the Uth) of June, to the Robespierre, lence that may not ; 1
<"t-l ';I Fla. COMMISSION Crocus Martis Mineral ;
ly Apalachicola, ;
yap 27th July, i lU'11. no condition of humanity necessarily excluded
&c. &c.
also and Paris Green, ,
Emerald
:)euiar. ----- -- -- OilDo.. boiled In the forty nine days, in which it i is OJiJ to from the unlimited scope: of adaptation and of

) A. 14. Clenieits, Jlzeutfor the CO. 01 LS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil ; have stood at the Jtarritrc du Tmne, it dispatched .sympathy comprehended in the language and theT
XOTARV PUBLIC CROTON MUTUAL INSURANCE Spirit Turpentine; Sperm ; )
the ( 1'JTO persons of both sexes, and of all ages) and :;.>int of the Bible. 't
.Si.'w 1 irk Paint Brushes from No. 1 to GUUO,000 ;
:\t'. :-I'; Water street, of the Citij of : ranks, and it became necessary to build a kind of
( ) Fa. No a:\Vater street-Up stairs. Varnish do. of all sizes ; ( Elizabeth borrowed
only 'i"I"! Apalachicola, Hair sangiriduct to carry oil' the steam of blood ; and ;...o.rwllll.. jester to lueen ,
Apalachicola, Fla. Sash Tools from No. 1 to S ; Badgor ;
ot + -- --- nov3 on the day when Robe Pierre fell-even 5I)1)of (the queen, and not being able to return
urt% \V u. Sydney Green, iTI. !). ._--- -- -_. ---- -- Artists' Sable Filcher, slat and round ; when the very slightest interruption: would have sufficed hem, contrived to find out the: time when the

'). D B. 'KK-x( ; ) takes: this oivortunity of cxpresia Miller & Co.DEAlEHS Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes ; to have stopped the fatal procession-forty- queen went out, as: she was obliged to pass: by hishues

.t I ia, nil., xratitudp to his patrons; and to assure: IN CLOTHING, HOOTS, SIlOES't: Sable &.. Camel Hair Pencils, l| and 1J in long; nine passed: to the place of execution / : He had a coffin made, and, having let

) is''H Vitt Vr '' ll" 'hr his constant endeavor to reu- HATS, &c. Stock: and Kalsomine Brushes; On the persons:-27th of July, at about half:: past three in his family into the secret, he hid himself! in it,

,)1I1' .elf more useful in his profession. dec2.; Cor. Water and Chesnut streets, Marking Brushes, round and flat ; the afternoon, just as:: this last hatch of victims and had all his friends} invited to his funeral.- ti t

L. nu ( entry. n"arVater street. oct2j! Apalachicola Fla. Scrubing and Shoe brushes; do were about to leave. t the Concieruerio, a considerable The queen I !happening to pass: at the moment (
and Patent
I.iou A O\VOIIK Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained ; commotion in the town lock place, causedby t hey were carrying the corpse with ceremony, innircd I

-:- '.UOUxrs" | &., COUXSKLLOUS, AT LAW, Francis Ivopmaii, Whitewash and Mop do; Couch 1llll the revolt against Robespierre.! ([: ( who \;a.dl' H). Madam 1 ," they replied, i
white .. "
; ;
IN VARNISHES:-Copal, it i i- devoted servant Sco., an. What
.fiber Abbeville i and Ala. WJlOr } sAJ.I': AND RETAIL DEALER: t Here an event occurred which reflected great: : our }
Troy, GOODS. CLOTHING HATS, &c. Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do; He he exclaimed, he is dead: ), and I was not even
'ug' \\\Y TIlt- practice in the County and Circuit SHOES, DRY credit upon Sansori, the chief executioner.: V
for Cash Mastic, for Pictures, &c. the nl'onm-d; of his being ill The poor man owed
;,0 try 'Irts.of the counties of Pike, Cheap was conducting the prisoners, hut nbserving ; : ;
of f
Montgomery, boss assorted sizes t
t (t'l ,11s1e' henry' and a'bour, theCircuit oct I Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla. WINDOW GLASS 2,300: / disturbarlceand: seeing Fauiruicr, the .\cfl ateur no .c-.iJI: i ( I, but I t forgive him thedebt with! all my J
is '''tl curpting| -- French, English and American. the where the prisoners J 11/tit.; Sn<_r '
Jttllll'Jal Public passing court
i of the Slate .tIahauia.VOODSON
of Boats 'I
:.-- \ L. }LH'.OX JE. EC. Wood, 8d- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam were -ascending i the fatal L carts, on his way to din ind I cried l out, I thank Sour majesty; the favorhehftows I''
jr< ?. WEIGHER 1 I Shipping and) Plantation use; together with ;a aril on me is SI agreeable that it has
r CITY I { he viMitmcd to I Fau.juier, : r<'l'rp.en- : :. "I'
Abbeville Hur} Ala. ner stop
\ co., lh.1 Painting line, I I" ) innn- ; '
CVntie and l 1\ ales strcH-*. variety "f articles in IIJIUurut a CunuiV.'tloii, iottiit 1l ic tit life again.
It-d iiil'l Ihat then ;
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- "- -- -- ------1 FATAL--- ACCIDENT.-- ----- --- From the *C:1;:"--York Plebian.] We copy the following rfromtl PhiladelphiaGazette LOCIS P1IILL1PPE: EXIk\-\

l I 0]l''I Bit 1 {''Ill J JU\ r E ll''I En.l It i is with feelings: of sincere regret that we A1H1\'AL: : OF TilES'I'EAifER showing the horrors of Millerism in the cd On upon Friday Louis, the Phillippe Order of at the Windsor Garter l'a S.tic?) 'nfrrf-

tenth
-- events century : great pomp and magnificence. an'1f'
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the In
-- -- have to record one most melancholy; a W
: -IiPdL.C1ICs lit AgllRDhY, AOC 1'5' HA4. .- 4 HIBERNLV "Among the opinions which took: possession of sat Queen Victoria, in the mantle of the; clialr:
that has occurred in this community.Col. rder .
ever such universal motto inscribed bracelet (
occasioned an on II:
( =--- the mind3.nf men, none a that ia
} THE ELECTIONS.: : : LATH_\M HAncocK, keeper! of the East: PassLighthome At Bo4un-Ten Days Later. panic'nor such dreadful impressions terror arm, a diamond tiara on her head. el1cuclt'd The| rh ,her
r j after and dismay, as a notion that now prevailed of the state by her side wasvacant. Hound! the able of
i The follow-in. are the return a> rompk-tc';; came to his death yesterday Louis P.'ii/Iifijtt's return to Fnmcc-Drl/zicl i immediate: approach of the day of judgment tore her Hit some ten knights, companion+ ,'

t j' enabled t-.p get them of the Western and noon in a tnt>t shocking manner lie vas, with 'Olllllll-lfdilll'' in Cation-Stale of This notion, which took its rise from a remarka- highest rank. The purple velvet i-i the ode'h; ,:
l' we are about ble in the Revelations of St. John, and seen on all that proup-the (Jtiren the il Ta\
1i"a.and the -
and 1 two other Crooked river, forty Markets generally. passage ,
widespread sparsely men, over on j
Is
irl t our chair the .
,: .Middle-l }Dist .. had been entertained by some: teachers the preceding the : table ; gold glowing at t'Yrr th .
inhabited territory it is almost impossible to miles from this place: in a small boat, hunting The eritshfail! Steamer Iliuernia, Ryrie, arrived century, was advanced publicly by manyat ; on robes and f urnttur.-'. On the sl'pRnfthethrr,

definite return that can be relied they were about returning\ home, and in ]hoistingthe : at Boston on the 2d inst., and. brings ten this:; time, and spreading itself with iima/mg behind the Queen's chair: were seatedL t
receive any the it threw civil ministers of the two line I !a
I rapidity through European provinces, : overeicns 1
'f weeks have dapped- sails of the rigginc caught in a duiiblebarrelcd days later accounts from London. officers of the '
: upon until two or three some them into great consternation and an;tt1.h. T hey French suite : at the oppositeline pa
We hope in our next to give the result complete. gun, which lay at the bottom of the boat ; She bit Liverpool 1 l Oct. lth! at 2 20 P. M.t ar- imagined that ?:t. John had clearly: foretold, that the room were the rovallades, und th,M\Vol. of t

WESTKR.JUSTR1CT.: : :\II'. P. who was seated in the stern, seized the riled at 1 Halifax: on thc 1st inst. at 013; A. 1'\1., after a thousand years from the birth of Christ.Satan : Princes visiting at fhe'Ca.-tle; more rnnote/r un: 1
and the room the personal attendants
I I : was to be let loose from his prison !: and Others
hVUOs. extricate( it when both h:1r- sailed from do at 2 :03 P. :Mand arrived at Boston The chapter constituted
: m gun and attempted to Christ to come, and the destruction and conlla,ration a special l statir: '

', 5. n E. r P; f.v.:: r If= >xts :: C ;-:; roN discharged an the contents lodged in his ahduincn. t at I-:??, midnight, bringing lOG passengers.She .- ( of the world to follow these great and terrible passed: lhpeni'IIIWJth certain dilatory form'3'' ;
\ ;:;- vr i_ :: rr" ;;- W I ('vcntfHelice prodigious; numbers of people the candidate was elected. The l King dre s'ha'ta ,
c c o" :=::::. SL:=:: *.-.... .:. I IJ lie breathed a few moments and cx- perfumed the passage: : in fourteen days and six abandoned all their civil[ connections and their uniform of dark }blue and gold, 'vn'tntmdte' :2 :

)J ..:-- ".-... .--. iI- ;c.::;:. Otr- .-.+ ... pired. Col. B. was a native of Rhode] Inland hours. The lateness of the hour prevents our paternal relations ; and, giving: over to the cliuiehrs I by Prince Albert and! the Duke of C mbnd,*
: 0. a.1! preceded by Garter Km at Arms the i
and monasteries all their lands, treasures ; Queen
i i.! ? : : he ho-* been several years nresident of this place: :giving: a full summary of her news. worldly effects repaired with the utmost precipitation ;nights all: standing. The. (wereinm an

''f Flnj.d.1-1: lll) 1t: (icl--) !.:Oi 117 519 and was much esteemed by all who knew him. Among the passengers in the Hibernia< is Mr. to Palestine, where they imagined that amounted the electIOn. The declaration,; t.

; *l.ottg,. . . ..70) oa! 112 00 109>> 127: 107( 7S5 He has left a wife and several children to mourn Charles. K. Wil1mer, son of Mr. Edward Willmer, Christ would descend from Heaven to judge the been pronounced! hy time Chancellor of the or del
I t "'He Ham ',. . .70 (0 I!) 332: 00( 111)0! S!!> 10'J 091O'l world. Others devoted themselves:: by a solemnand the new knight was invested I'l the Queen and 'I
rlnder,.mi) 1"! 00 Hit ) 12j: 79! 111 (M: hi-* loss. the enterprising( proprietor of the European voluntary oath to the service of the chinches} :: Prince Albert with the Gi r.tf'r.and the (:+'o r' a

*Kllv. .. . ,71 00 2 HVdlk 00 225: ] 19 !91) 751N His fiiends and acquaintances are respectfully Times! ," convents, and priesthood, whose slaves they became received (the ace ollade. 'f'aking the hint;'i! t ann Ui; 'f t
q *\' >r..It 00141 095>)> ;{ Ui7 010 European in the most rigorous sense! of the word, per her :Majesty conducted him in state to his ow' i
Willmer's
invited to attend his funeral The demand for Cotton a
tomorromOl1li1l3, I
*:McKiunon,,.48 00223Uhent : 0') 121 21 107 521JK : says formed daily heavy tasks and all this from a notion i apartment. !
'II 1 ;) 1 00 W uuH () 130; oU'O at 11 o'clock, from the residence of Col. Craw- Times, throughout the week has been considerable I that the Supreme Judge; would diminish theirsentence The ame day the King received an addr( frm:, I'
and look them with a more favor the corporation of Windsor! in returning tlutili j
The upon
and the i is
prccints +M frnm.I ford. quantity offering : large.
i1'Wo y '
for which he dwelt the
received from able and propitious eye, on account, of their hawing again upon advantages ti
;1 jCoTK-The returns that we have have but Committee of Brokers have reduced the quotation{ made themselves fhe slaves of his mini.-tcrs. peace"The-
I Calhoun, are rather eontrddictouvimi we decline Thank'Lrirulg in .Maine.-The Governor and and fair When eclipse of the sun or moon happenedto union of France and England i'of i .
\ l' returns! from Wa-hnutoii, so we I of fur Upland to Ud.frdr t Mobile to -Ud t an j.importnrc
partial from counties'till next Council of ?'i:+h'pr', hat-r aj t pnintofl Thw.nlay, the be visible, the cities were deserted: : and their to both nations; not from any \vi4 naggrandisement t
uhl'shnt'stns return:? th-fr withind of
< Orleans to 11(1. These prices ate however. Our 1
I week, w'fienve an; in hopes 0 giving them com :f>th day of December next, as a day of Public miserable inhabitants fled for refuge to caverns, '1f'should v t
plete. the lowest prices of last year for the same quality. and hid themselves among the craggy rock, and peace, while we have every other countrypossession : In the .1
t I311'l3 L'Sl1'A'Tll'1:5.rrrttrllin : Thanksgiving; and Praise.: holders and under the bending summits of steep mountains.- of those blessings which it has peaStd! 1
Some further accounts
aV --------- are waiting The rich attempted to bribe the Deity and the Divine I'roudeuce to bestow on them. s a
I > county.-Dr. S-W Spencer ; {:- The Polka has succeeded in Paris by a new others are pushing their stocks on the market, I saintly tribe, by rich donations conferred on the France has nothing to ask f !England: and F.n;, J
,
; G M Davis S7. Spencer demo elected. 'redotal and monastic orders, who were looked land has nothing to ask of France, but ; 1
dance! called Marocainc: so called in honorof rather than await the issue of another crop. The sac Cordl al '.
CtllWIIll-.Toel Porter and FrancisArnou, both as the immediate vicegercnts of Heaven.: union.
I the French conquests! in Morocco. tendency( of the market is in favor of the buyer ; upon In many places, temples, palaces, and noble edifices A splendid dinner in St. Georsc's Hal l! to con:. I j

democrats. Prrter elected. the market, in fact, is looking down. The sales ( both public and 11flratc're suffered to PmoratetheKiuij's installation, at which the 1
Jackson-A H Ilu h 211 ; Jno Chapman 207 ; Canada Election.-The Montreal Herald oTuesday decay ; they were deliberately pulled down, from were a hundred guC'ty.; : adorned with all the splea: 1
yesterday were between 1,000 and r>,0'JO bags. of use, since dors of jevelryundprecious tone
Ivowcll' Bryant 01 t Pittman bo.; Bush and contains the returns of 27 conservatives a notion that they were no longer any ) terminated Ile!
; ; hand. Jua dress festivities.
In the course of the week 1,200 Americans and the final dissolution of all things 'asat
I I. Chapman, whigs elected.11'ashintzton. 1.1 radicals, and S doubtful members to the next word no language is sufficient to express t the} Confusion -
r It 200 Surats have been taken on speculation ; and nnnds of
.-J M Long, Washington; Tabor parliament.A and despair that tormented the FROM: TAMPICO. ;
100 American, 500 Surat, and 100 Pcrnants, for these miserable: mortals on this oc a"jon. This
and Brown Lasiter. Long, clem elected. : and comb.itted A letter from Tampico, of Sept30h{ stat, l
; cv:;-a contract has been made with a London export. great delusion was indeed opposed !
I 1 Escambia." E de LaUua 17S Jno C Julian by the discerning few, who endeavored to dispel that a conducta arrived there ten dills previous. f
: ', ; house to build an iron bridge across the the Nevaat The Grain markets are dull. On Foreign Barley these groundless terrors, and to etl'icc the notion:; from the interior, with upwards of $:!(OOfrjijQ m! 1

I &>. LaRua, whig, elected. St. Petersburg, which would, if completed, be the import duty,has advanced to 'Is t:: and that from which they arose, in the minds of the people. specie. It was guarded by :'JUO men.: A Briti5fi ?

I I \ Santa Jtosa.Wilkinson 91 ; Fleming G3. one wonders:: of the world. on Rye has reached to Gs Cd-the only changes But their attemplS were tneflectral ;' nor could the steamer had been several days waiting for the 1
l)
of the multitude r entirely -
Wilkinson elected. apprehensions superstitious conducta, but left just t previous to its arrival!, ,
whig,
..... .t effected in the averages up to Thursday last. A removed before the end of the century." Norther. She f
Walton.-McLeod, Young and Taylor, the Peace leticccn France and Morocco.We find fearing was expected back: Tin. 1
little business has been doing in Foreign Wheat, shortly.!
I opposing candidates. McLeod, dcm. is supposed in a late( English: paper, (the following well written FROM MEXICO.Mr. 1
but other descriptions were extremely dull.- of the Perotc pris- The writer says there} : was,"cQ'lift1t. pnpectr+> ? t
Navarro the only one
to be elected. article on the subject of the peace lately con an actual invasion of Texas !by the Mi :win.:
a English and Irish Flour, although taken sparingly, oners, not released, has been found guilty of treason : i
cluded between France and Morocco: The health of Tampico was good! t for< the $a. i
MIDDLE: ) DISTRICT.r : maintain quotations. Canadian, stale Flour meets and sentenced to imprisonment for life.- "",nh"n; "'" dll. !
...._ .. _
The announcement of the re-establishment of A>1 T'- ** 1*n f 1 Al martere ] tlii-v r*!'.t"* lj.ofiif'k, T./..%. vu-'U'--J p
t ivir. nun '' ( nit; PVIU. i3iLu i
"S. attention moderate hands. iiaigous festival of com-1
national
sr.r.tro a quantity changing The independence
L.4'4 ::: Ri icacc between France and Morocco i is= all the more send the main body of the ltriso11} )'s to New Q. r: United States' Flour has been in fair at menced on the Ilth of September, and closed! I'
I") '< i- c ..velcome that it comes so suddenly and unlocked request, leans. She ws: expected to sail on the loth in- OB
: i
.' -2 r': r the 7th. The Jmh was the greatest day, being
relief the of
I (f' It is to
: J? EL: .;- or. a :great apprehensions the previous rates. stant.
the of that in which the ;
,' :=.:6 S 3rn o :. Euiopeatlhc: pre-ent' :: moment, when so many In the manufacturing districts business has been An Ennlish"c3sel had arrived at Vera Crux, annivrrsciry Spanw!
.oJ ::: 'eneral-in-chitf himself for i
.
.. : 3257 I ( pledged Mexican
.. : i independence
I elements of mischief appeared: to be gathering in ori board an extraordinary courier, who I
I'' i :: : the[ political horizon. France and England once brisk. In Oldham the spinners of several large left having immediately for Santa Anna's Ic iden'e. It in case his army should be alo\vw! .

: (1ilchr,.... .. : 211): ):, 2J7 lo'S(i 10'J: 112<] I mharked ill a quarrel, no matter on what: grounds, cotton mills have obtained an advance of wages, was reported that he was the bearer of such instructions to depart without molestation. ;
Jhhzdl.270 299! !tt: 22(() 123 9 1Moselev ( () whether in Otdhcite, in the
outrages or jealousies to the amount ofai penny a thousand hanks. At to Santa Anna, (from the English:
.I I ,._).Jt-- 301( t 100 212 793) 70 1275 Mediterranean would soon have dragged! latter to desist !
every Government- would constrain the Cold rind Siivci:-Thompson's Bank note & 1
Uichar(1son.257 2i1t!) !t IS 229: !) 170 n)3: 1110 Sraleybridgc, and other places:; the employershave
i other }power within t their orbit! of destruction. It from the prosecution of war against: Texas, if porter has an article on this s-ij'jj'-ct \vlm-h cot ,1
Johnson 21') 2m 1)1 21S 126 114 1100( )
.
to advance five cent-a
I is i fortunate therefore for the sake of agreed wage per
'Stephens, .29cS 3iM!){) 76 12S .97 04 !1)i3)( humanity, not to acknowledge her independence. tams the following interesting facts respectinzth* i
*Walker, .. . 273: 299!)! S:; 129 127 79 !992"Harrison !) ,and also fin our own sake, that, in the present condition sufficient proof that trade is not only brisk but The orders given by Santa Anna upon leavingthe increased supplies of gold from Ru'-u. Spea 1

I (): 2S2 79191140! 79!.. iJ7 of Irish: ] and French minds, one cause of flourishing. In Yorkshire the cloth-halls have capital, it is said, were most strict-that not ins:;: of the recent exportation of silver i l iron tb!!! ;

*Church. .209) '_)J.)() 7S 137: 220) .(*' ) 109( disturbance has been suppressed. France, in the been doing business. The accounts from a fraction of the $1],iOnOUO) ) voted should be applied country\ to Europe, the Reporter sa\-;<: :

*Stewart, . ...2GO 2J4; 75106; S'5 87 875 settlement of this quarrel, has shown more moderation more : to any other object, whatever might be the The present very small demand tor silver:( I; \t

I.. t One or (two precincts! yet to hear from. or ioro> regard for determined attitude Leicester state, that so dull an October has not extremity, harm the Texas campaign.: not in consequence cf adverse cx'h.III.! ; dm!

j nriKE!'snxTATi.E=*. of England 1 than \\as at first expected. She has been ]known; for .ve3rs. A large number of the cotton manufacture of a demand for silver as: a coinoditv., 1 he c c.; :-

Garl tn- \11i.n; .... .. ... .. .";> ) granlTd peace to the Emperor of Morocco on the The Money market continues buoyant, and the Puebla have addressed a memorial to the Government ( rency ot'Knsia is mostly paper\ and:! the got,:. ",

I' I -*Ferguson*.'.iunierusiin:,,... .. .... ... .. ... .2GS<.)-*-_J._); same terms i that she: ollered at the him.commencement rage for new railway investments is as strong asever. in whjch they represent their industry as ment have made great efforts toieform it ; abc a 1
l warlike A
I of her operations against; )properly suffering! to a ruinous extent to the prohibition of four since a ukase was i issued: having fi-r--
*..\ ,.. ... .. .. ... .. .2-)iLeon The excellent harvest tokenof years
\11 -*1"1)!) defined boundary between the Moorish and Al- recent gives the importation) of raw cotton, save through a object the increase of the silver currency w'!

I :" "l Randolph 1 I ,. .'.2>"5Cromartie grriue ten itnies, and the repression of the incursions prosperity) for another year at least, and thereis monopolizing company, which exacts excessive empire, that rritr'tal being, among a pour popwtio'i -

r. .2S3: of bJ-el-Kadcr, were the chief demands nothing in the political horizon, at home or prices. They earnestly demand that colt on shuild preferable to gold. The ukase: had at r :

1lennis::,.. .. ... .... ... . .27.3 uf i\J. (;glut, in his manifesto' to the European abroad, to cause misgivings or despondency. The be admitted from abroad under a moderate rate of time very little eflect( ; but of late years an iffce1--: : $
I M 1 aniline i ,. Cabinets, and such are (the terms to which the serf have been i:1f
.II Inner, :* ... .. ... _... .... ...".(HV / French, have confined themselves. The island of probability is that with a superabundance of mon duty.Governor Shannon the neAmerican Minister se population employed ; -
in thc of the Ural mountains. and the !
r alvUilii\\ nlkcr,.. ... . .. **.. .... .";; : which the only of Moorish ; gold pn-
was spot find
Mogador, which cannot investment the
*"I :: | Jc1Tcf311n-lIcir 1 .. .. ... .. .. ... .210 ground occupied by troops, rage of speculation will continue- of the men who robbed him on his way to Mexi places the annual production at .J.;ttrU"'

jrtjiOlHurst' ,. ... ... .... ... ....InS!) evacuated. It is some time since Maishal I>u- .The demand for woollens the cohas been arrested. Recently an application was made to the llaJ\! '
Belgian by
great
I . ... .... .._. .... 1(i geaud retraced his steps after the battle of Isly, Santa Anna, the death of whose wife is so recent Holland l ; by t the Russian government to kl!:.*
rScrttgg" ';:, .... ... ..._ .. .. .... Hit( ) a battle which only enabled him to march one American trade, for transhipment for China, has was to be married again on the 111 h. what use they could make of jeti.ouu.iXJO: / and'

l\tadion-\Ja.r:: ;,. .. ... .... .... . .15: league in advance, and to retreat next day: from fixed the attention of the Netherland manufac ----- favorable! answer could be obtaintd. Arm: .
1 li1 1 Sclph,. ... ... ... .... ... .... ]14 the torrid desert, which decimated his men, faster llidni.htThe clock is twelve.
.8"Set I turers upon the subject, in order to sec whether' striking rnenfs worn, however, in progress to e.xchato;

Hamilton- l\ey Ipil,. .* .. .... ... .. .*H) than I the sword of the enemy.has cost The him obstinacy of his of by shipping woollens themselves and getting tea How finely the, full tones sweep past tllruu,:;11 the : for silver, in order; to redeem: ti.(' pajTrro'iThis i -
: the of Morocco
::Mrt-liOll .. .... .. .... .... .\M Empcrur! one air, as if they would take! up our thongth, and car- process has: been going on by the accuras.-::
| principal' towns; ; but the {punishment ample. in return for them, which they can sell in Eng-; ry it miles away to the very friend you are thinking linn: i II the liands of the house of Kotli.'Chili

KEY VVIST.siNATc destruction of logador'dll inflict a peimanent and, they may not do better. of at the moment. How many haunts of J:,0iJ,0'jJ i; of silver, which has causal :agndi-!
]los: upon his revenue, which he will fool wretchedness hidden from human eve, in the '
: ts. Louis l'Mllippc.-IJas returned to France. On advance in the pnce of that:: metal.
, Pent..122 more than: all the miseries of his subjects, and the depths human hearts, have'these cold vibrations South American dollars have advanced itper :

.. j\J HCrO
1 FIctcJier} .-i.'l! with barbarian: pride and l fanaticism, the Iris Majesty at Windsor Castle, amidst great pomp our ears ? What tales might they tell of secret I cunticr!
I Jitlgl 1 l IHJ .... ... .. .... . .. ...:t iiKKrun 1 foimidablc of European infantry.: The : i will find their way to Russia, causing a '
. j squares and magnificence. On Sunday, the King of the misery, sickness unwatchcd, and preying sorrow, rise in silver. In fact, the enormous suPcif'gold

A Patteion, .. .E\TA1'I\"I: 110I French Government; will not be displeased to getso French, accompanied by the Duke of Monipen- and fear, and care, and the thousand) bitter can- will immediately tend to advance the pn:'

1.J Blodgett... .. .... .. . .-. .-iiy' well out of this: embarrassing:' dispute winch, his suite kcrs that lie and feed at the very heart-strings: beyond of all other articles throughout the wrlJ.si-!
threatened (tf involve them in sier, and some of atteneded divine ser-
) greater dangers all reach of medicine ; ofyml:1thy..
marked ,
Those thus ( ) are whis.: perhaps among others, and to require a readjuatnentthe
s'1 ----- and expenses than even their cosily Algeiinc \ ice at Catholic Chapel at Clewer. On Monday, Many a wife sits watching with a broken heart standards of all nations. In EnghaJ :;Jl- '

PRESIDENTIAL: ELECTION. conquest: Already; (they wcie beginning: ; to contemplate at noon, the King,of the French, his son, 1\1. Gui- for her husband's 'tep-many a mother for her to silver as 15; to 1. The increased bmdancithp (' -

The following are the only :Stales; from which with something like dismay, the vast zot, and the suite, accompanied by Prince Albeit child'and many a venturous merchant lies former metal may reduce it to l to 1. T
armaments and ] which the invasion .
prodigious outlays .
haunted with fear- of
fire!
shipwreck: already
we have sullicicnt returns, to show which way of Morocco on alaige scale next was and the Queen, left Windsor Castle. The undetected defaulter many operation in this country will be as
year an fancies voices at the door.many to felt, to induce ol'stiver i1d! 1r.I'
they have cast their ell'doral'ote : likely to icquire-outlays which the whole treasures weather }proving unfavorable, led to a change in a young girl just finding out that.!love i is purl Dan of gold. an export

'r. Clay. Poll.. o1'1''ezanl Mcquinex, would not have repaid.At the arrangement, and at a quarter past seven in only a heaviness and a tear, muses bitterly over Much superlative nonsense is uttered n! 1 Ji:

!Maryland. SOliin the same time, success, in a military point of! the evening, the King took leave of the Queen and the caprice of a moment or an unmeant trifle.- streets and printed in papers about the halanc,>
I umv, was not altogether; so ccitain. Twice, ill\ And these the :'
watchers :
I >j..I i Vlll. . . . . . .*<>*".\* modern (times, lias the north of Africa been the the Prince. At Dover, a distressing calamity oc- asleep; save are the only bride on IILMdaintily-in'! the Wrought happyare trade against!; this country, caused by large'-!

Pennsylvania. . . . 20 scene of royal 11'Opheg-ol1ce, when the chivalrous curred. A building at the saloon was discoveredto pillow, murmuring in a low tone to the! ear that [port The imports for the/ six; months: if: tliis! ?*

t Connecticut . . . . G : Don Sebastian perished, with the flowerof be on fire, and the King of the French drove will soon tire of its monotony-or to the fervent were one million dollars= Ies than in.the 5J!',

I J Rhode Island: ,I Alca/.cr]the Portuguese nation, in the fatal battle of in while the flames were blazing furiously. The poet building up his dream into the sky, with his: period! of IS 12, when the! import of>:2 3r IJOO( .
Kebir again these Moors and
: same ,
; eyes straining! into the darkness, and"his pulse havebeen tt.U5
,: Georgia. 1/)) again, when]: Charles the Fifth returned ingloiiou King arrived at Calias about three o'clock on mounting with the leaning freedom of an an d'i specie comrr.cnced. The imports! : look:

!\e\yJlampshire. . . . (0J1c'w >ly from Algiers with the los of his once-invincible. TlIesd3.At Bcrnay: he met with (the Queen., forgetting' the worldill trample out his fiery .all.The paid imports for, and for prices July are were novydown. little I err

Ywk.-The majorities in thirty-five army. It is ditficult to say: what might who had been most anxiously waiting his arrivalat spirit to ashes, and laugh to :scorn:; the fine work !-i,000,(1UU, which will give $21,1IOOOO! fort,4..
have been the fate of French .
a expedition sur-
counties give Polk 11,7til'utes( ; Clay 1,51 M I ; democratic roundedby the deserts of Mauritania, in the midst Treport, and finding: that he \vou.ld not land at of his towering fancy. 'juartcr, or i 2,(JOOUOO I less than the game qua:

majority thus far li/2."i'J.) :? The sane: of mi infuriated people, ill the very lair of Isla- that place, had set out to meet him. The Fate of Ike .I11O, t1cs.-Thc following is a oflMi.II: .

counties gave: in IslO, Van But en 0,21J; I Ilain- miiiu, collecting: i its last energies; 1 for one desperate Mr. Dannicl O'Conncll has addesscd a long brief history of the fate of the Apostles. It' may 1 are' Ott";

f sal fiS'-J.'to. J. tiger; :spring.; ; his be new to those whose reading: has nut been evangelical Roads in Ellglantl.-Can: alt;c IT-,
f epistle from retreat at Derrynane to the Repeal ar.d
of in ,
entirely cut England
All polities 1"1.:1111'1I then to the stunt with to know that vogue
) : quo t ""'
t .?Vu'Jerscy.-Asfaras the returns have been hearty good will, with the exception of one important Association, in which he-dwells{ emphatically St. Matthew is !supposed to have sulTered{ martyrdom the country is penetrated in all: dirttlcn3these : '\ 1
are
1 received the whigs hold their]} on.IjouManu. Ahd-c1-I ladcr. '\'illlJe too the Federal\ and hints his lines'of artificial navigation, they tar
personage! upon project, par- or was slain with a sword at the city of funs ht.r
.-The returns from Uventy-five Parishes quietly submit to the terras of the treaty( Which tiality for it in contradistinction to Repeal. Ethiopia.St. considered as entirely inadequate to wh!fc. ,h ,.;,

I give Polk I IMJl votes; Clay, n.5.; Four condemns him to banUhment ? It may doubted ; Mr. Everett, the American Minister, who has Mark was dragged through! the streets of facilities for travel and transpcrtation The Liverpool*. '
aflorded Rail Roads.
it would be eternal the fair by
to
yet an leptvucii; Alexandria, in Egypt' until he expired.St. .
teen parishes yet to bear from. Harrison's majority been absent for time on the Continent has the I2th lilt.
1' fame of France if she condemned to thc how-string some Luke was hanged upon an olive tree in says-- otis therlf
I in 1S10, was 3,071.JCorth I. of the assassin the indomitable !hero who! has for returned to England.Mr. Greece.St. HOne of the most remarkable features rr'atil: !.
i
j l' Carolina.-bnly a few counties heard fifteen years defied' the power of }her arms: and exhibited Clemson, the newly appointed American.. John was put in a cauldron of boiling: oil the speculation'. which. is, now poingnew bet it and c t',
-1 1f of mile gum
\ himself, I o ]: as a modern JIl, tlltha. at death railway projects, and ('
Rome !
f from which give Clay a majority, uiope charge d'affairs in Belgium, has arrived in Brus and! escaped He afterwardsdied : of the crowded co lrons/
tent the
The which France has the e projects, '
terms imposed upon er.
----- a natural death at Ephesus, in Asia. afford dal ily I.. .
(!xJ-:: The Commercial Ranking HOIKC has been Emperor of Morocco may' be impossible for himto sels. St. James the Great was beheaded at Jerusa- the London and country papers : '' ;u,
'" keep. :Meanwhile, we cannot participate in There has been entire absence of lem. : deuce. It has been stated by persons t Vnc -1 f
nn demand I
sold to the Bank of Louisiana for $->:.V( :1Ki) 1, wliere] that the' to
I t the. of who view with acquainted with the subject, J i:
feelings many persons unmixed St. James the Lesswas thrown thehrine
the European Times, for description of from a pinnacleor !
the says any
4 the business: of latter institution will shortlybe legret the French settlements in Africa.- acts obtained from the Legislature ( U lt' '
of the and
then
wing temple, beaten to death
conducted. The old banking house at the We still retain a portion of that !satisfaction with "United States Securities since our last publication. with a fuller's club. session of Parliament will require for tncutffC;(

corner of Royal and Conti streets will very pro- vInch 1 we first heard of the expulsion of a horde No one sale has transpired, but at the same St. Phillip was hanged up against a pillar, at tion of the undertakings within a of trifle dollars: ,! bt:u

bably be converted into a church. It i is said: that of exercrable pil'tJthy a cluistian power, and time \\'cmut remark that there has been little stock Hierapolis, a city of Phrygia. millions sterling-sixty millions p 11a' !;ellt
to. t
although frightful executions have since boon done all the parties who propose goingin .t '
: St. ime
on rill in the market. Bartholomew was flayed ,alive, by the command i\ tl
I i, the Louisiana Bauk offered last year $30,9'jj( for upon the Arab population, which humanity: must ;; of a barbarous king. the next session, succeed at lest from the cr-

'j the same property. ever deplore, we must not forget our own action St. Andrew was bound to a cross, whence he amount of money will be abstracted
ill Afilrhani{. !, in China: and even in Adcn'upon C3- The distilleries of New York and Brooklyn preached unto the until he dinary channels of trade"
people
: J Indian War in Trj-aa.-Indians from the the I J very same: race of men. I 1ft lie }"'rc'lIch should l cities now consume about eight thousand Thomas was expired.St. ,
l run through the body with a beia'})
.. United States have made an inclusion into Northern succeed in t the difficult cntcrpri/.e of settling the bushels of grain daily, or upward of two and a lance, at Coromandel, in the East Indies.St. Sland for Business Frcchrf i:nquirri

f't 't Texas, on the Louisiana border. The military noi tii of Africa, no one can doubt that it would half million bushels a year-making about eight Jude was shot to death with arrows.St. about to remove his hop, his: lamlion'.j \(,

around Natchitochcs have been ordered out be a urcatauu; ; to mankind l at large; for if there million gallons of whiskey, amounting at thirty- Simon Zealot was crucified in Persia.St. the reason, staling, at the :same time,-' Tt<
f be fact more than another has cents a gallon, to about /wo and million in m..lD '
one which history two a half Matthias was first stoned and then beheaded.St. considered a very good ,stand f for shoo: !der'
I to defend the neighborhood. demonstrated: dining the: last (five hundred of dollars. of his
,_ years, Barnabas was sloned to death by (the Jewsat Frenchman replied: with a shrug hutnr..:Ca
it is that: !Mahomctanism: is essentially incapable:; Salim. stand for da try;
is stated that the late of Sweden : Oh yes, he's ter good eta 6e
't ,J : (QCJIt King; of f civilization! and resolutely oppo&ed"lo,' : the prores ccr:: Father Matthew, it is said will positively St. Paul was beheaded at Rome, bv the tyrant foi, me stand nIl day, nobody cone to
I left a private fortuc of 41 1 iJfJJ'IJ, <)). :: of human improvi'iwni.1 \'i.1 t this 1 county next summer. Neio. l move."

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T. j q. & C. II. Austin!, I I 1 l.
The importance of individual ac- NEW GOODS raH mid
.11)rr j/- INSURANCE AGENCIES. I9'Ititer Arrangement.THE I
of the unit constituting: hrge: sums, COMMISSION and FORWARDING ..
valii'-1 1'' S. Mail
ml steamer SIREN ir
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jl; 'hot sah' and Heiail : s aJ : :
illustrated in / : :
and
tv eloquently
t tN faithfully; MERCHANTS JLfJ._ will leave Apalachicola? ,
\!'.VvtHl! dream, which, at a meeting in Ohio J STEVENSON & CO. oiler for sale, at I their SUN MUTUAL ISSUANCE CO., ...:;' TO TUESDAY and every
: No.i'.J: Water t'ect-Up stairs. ,_ SATURDAY
f'lf':' k". rminotion of the cause of education, Dr. Office, old stand, the most extensive and ir u-ral t!J the Citi/jtf\j\tu? York. -""'"_""' "" '""""ni" ht :!t I PJ o'clock. :
Apalachicola Fla : ,
for i assortment of Goods( they !have ever before had in -
r"! /her related ii'a dream which like other $3* Liberal advances made on Cotton, consignedto : this market. They respectfully invite their Trustees: Leave Ir.'s! Ferry every WEDNESDAY .
.Tnmf'5 P
.ad i ht: o'clock; and Chat-
friends in
Hr ,I'h;fl not wholly explain itself, and in which our :: New York novlGCZiesfcr friends, country merchant*, and the public !generally Moses II Gnunell, 1' Wissmann. fahoorhre :MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12

drramr; : ic natural "objects had the power of & IflcGriir to give their stock an examination before Conrad \V Faber, Joseph Fonlke, Jr. o'clock. M. .' 'i
.!11JC offonnnjahcla elsewhere. This stock allluel! M Fox Hamilton :
''I']inz: the sources purchasing :: consists in > Murray, :'
"f'C'I f''n COMMISSION'MERCHANTSNO. Wm Edgar Howland Jacob \it\ VAN VEGIITEN fc SHARPLESS, ,
si" : : over. a rough I ;; part of, viz: Neviu-, 01 t
tic ''\ cn"r"hort! distance he met a little 44 Water street. Super black French Cloth*, John ii Hick, Fred'k J G Foster, __.______.__ Contractors. '

(\,'T'\l'lTn'whirh: at he. could, step< over; but all of themnin.tl1e 1 ocr Office, up stairs-Entrance on Chestnut st.novlG Medium, black, blue and mvi';iule green do, Sidney GodtrePattl Mason,un, Win Richard: S Alley K IIah-lit, FOR NEW YOHK-Slar l.ine-The

: wayAt last he asked one Super black French and English Cassimeres, 1f'\\- and sptf'nditl.Packpt! brig E IPIRIr..Lt'"I :,
cane @
Fla.
Apalachicola, Doeskin Sehuyicr Livingston, Winthrop( Gray, .J'
""C'rt'1" replied the) }little *. Do fancy and do, Theodore Victor : Spra ue": : : : :', mater, wlI.tn.t! with! despatch
Roswell
he wa and Beaver ;
Tweeds Cloths
,.,''\IC'TC'..long.1111;: to' Nety Orleans..1 I I heard the I P. Hobart, 3-4 Super and4 Silk, satin and Plaid Velvet \'estina, .: I Henry Iloldrcge, Oliver :Slate, Jr. {hr the above port. For freight or passage, hain ,-. ;
rent canal a thousand milest Anthony B Neilson Drake Milk, <; elegant aC'commtpbtiol1.-apply to" s j jIcK.
.1"l' thrr want a ; .MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 'nich Cashmere de Cosse and 'Iouslin de Lames,
anI fifteen{ hundred <-e t wide, and I am sro- Rieli plaid and fig ired Silk, black Lm.trin; and Alfred Seton, Robert \laitand! ) .\Y & IIAItTSHORXE, I

'lonrlJ; lHn) wake it." H And pray what can you CABINET FURNITURE, Senshaw do, Charles Savory, Joseph W AUup, Jr. ndp,_ Water street. r

fV Y.1 1 I' dial know what I can do, but I shallh &:>=> No. 42 Water street-Up stairs, Black: and fi,'d Alpaca: : :Merino and Balzarinee, Bernard Theodore! Graham, Elia Ponvert, FuR 1
Dehon John I) Van Beuren. NEW01K.The
fat sailing
he hurried on. He Chnsans and rich Cashmere de Co= Prints
se ,
; And so sayinsr! nov16 Fla.
h )vrrc" Apalachicola, A D NEILSON President.i brig WM.: L.
t ... 17pthcr, and asked the same question, Fine Earlston and Manchester} Ginghams, L coppl'rcd JONES, Tyler, .
All were hurry- Jackonctt. Swiss, Plaid, Lace and Book Mn>!m=. ALFRED SETON( e President. -;r- master, will have despatch l as aho\'e.I'or .-
]E.
;ST.riVet! the same answer. B. 'V l tlnlrsh JOHN
; WHITEHEAD)
canal which the Cambric fig'd nett, fig'd can, and other do-, Secretary. Ireistht or passage, apply t to the master, or to
nn: Unmake the grand: on (formerly Whitmarsh Richardson J Thread Edging: Bobbins do HAKPEU
R } bur- Sf' ) Thread Lace, Tapes&c. : & HOLMES: ,
their 1
?; liiPS"ftheWet: with heavy &c. TIlE undersigned AGENTS of the above nwJI :
: Dealer in Water I reet.
;fnc"'v 'Vc to be transported.!" At the heads of \V. I. GOODS, GROCERIES CONFECTIONARY Lisle Lace and Edging, black Silk and Cotton Company, are prepared to take MARINEand
the Sriatn, and the Mis-JJs-ipi, FOR FKF.fGHJ: OR CHARTER.
h\ -\111"2:11.111\: : ] Lace, *\:;c. cc.
r ra ri rj i iHivfthou'sincls more fitful stream?, and which) 1, VEGETABLES, &e., fee., Scotclr and R ussia Diapers: ,Crash and Hhuckaback RIVER RISKS, on the most favorable terms. R +ir Thc last sailing! brig: PARAGON: IJraya2.I -
I
!\'j\l."',,'l h,(' yot sp-.ke to them, hurried out of sight. No. 29} Water street, Napkins Table and Toilet Cover, HARPER & HOLMES, ton, master, tor terms, apply to '

k'l/\\' what !they could: do, but all were de- novlG Apalachicola, Fla. Also-A large assortment of Domestic Goods' :3-1 novlO 51 Water street.rpHE 110\:1: T L MITCH EL, 37 Water st.
:Nine ----- --
5-4 Brown Homespuns.!' --- ---
to
do! somothing. He passed on to thenritv 4
1efr.J1II'li TO Bleached Sheeting and 5-4 to 12-4 sheeting, Oinabnrgs f.ft.fl WILL BE SOLD .,t Public Sale on the
Mis-si r....ippi. and there he found the canal [ff The subscribers are prepared "GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST Wfiii;:; ir'tl; day of Der.-mber! next, the HOUSE

,v:t* nn'i; The noble! steamships: rode proudly Twill'd Jeans, ; hirtil1:; Stripes, Satinetts, Kentucky -*- COMPANY," with a Capital of :300,000 _t !" and LOT lately occupied by Mrs.[ Johnson .I
...iirf.K', and as: its waters diminished, they to make }liberal advances on Cotton consigned -
-011,1., Jeans, corner of Live Oak and j
paid in, and security invested, will take FIRE Columbus! street.*.
tiny :main plonished to the brim, by every :: to their friends at Liverpool, Havre, New Nero Kerseys, Linseys, 9-1 to 12-1 Whitney cJ. n. S. HAWKINS
I\l1It.1tn spriiisrand every stream. Thus do the York or Boston. D B WOOD & CO"noj Blankets, INLAND, and MARINE RISKS:; on as low novin
':)( Agent: Ace.
little rill* make the stream, the stream the river, -20 Water street. !0-1 to 12-4 white Massachusetts' Quilts, Mosquito terms as any other good Office in the United
l nut i > l waters of the whole on their Netting t\c. *Src.Also STORES FOR RENT.-Will be rented -
: pour
States. The above named
,lltie
> to the glorious ocean. So is man -An assortment of Hats and Caps, Company having: paida : }iii||[ at public auction, on the premises, on
v<:avrjoiring Liberal advances made Ashland] Sporting Cassimere Russia llabbit and of losses in this fiiI
on amount the
the im;... and the ma::s to the grand tide of kinds. large City during L SATURDAY next, the ir.th; inst, the
m consignments of Cotton to New York, Boston or other : ten and in instance to the Brick Store No. G Columbus
JlI) tan at1 lr.;;. Each little mortal, weak and Cloth and Glazed Cap: Boys and Children's fancy past years, every en- Buildings, (next to
wiry fiotuh! he be, can do something in ma- Liverpool, by S T SKILLMAN, Caps. tire satisfaction of the parties assured ; rely upon the Hydraulic Cotton Frt",) for the year ending1st

imiiH, : ; the mighty stream( human events, as it novo Water street. Also-An assortment of Boot and Shoes, coarse their well earned reputation for a continuance. October, 1't3.TermsOnehalf. I

.)lis| to the ocean: of eternity. Brogan*, MVns' lined and bound do, payable the 1st Jan., 1S1.;
:
r h The subscribersvould respectfully Gents line Calf sew'd and other Boot, (|C5' THE subscribers having been appointed: the ballance the 1st March following, with satis

.NrwA/V''' Jf(w/i/j.-.\ \Iillcrite: in Maine Ladies fine Kid Slips, \Valking Shoe, Gaiters, Agents of the above named Company: are fully factory security. B. F. NOURSE.
inform the citizens of
durinlu! time nf harvest I Apalachicola, Buskins, &c. &c.TOif'ther "
wife Bailiff
rid; ) to his:; : am that prepared and are\ authorized to act as such. Special
they have just; received,) the latest Parisian with of Articles ,
a great variety Fancy
work I think it to Apalachicola ..10aIt
lIh'tn l no more; wrung 1M4. nov!) 2t
*
of the fruits of the earthThe Fashions (of E. Briore, 35 rue Ste-Anne, Paris,) such as Ladies' F.mer'ork Baskets and Boxes, J DAY & CO.,

Cither :tlm..re and are now prepared to execute all orders in Half; Brushes fancy Soap; extra(;ernnn Cologne, novO r 2 Wafer street. -.1 FOR RENT.-The two story DWELLING -
uiAt I jnorinnj! : ; he arose and walked abroad to In'd- their line of business the most fashionable Gold and :Silver Pencils, Tortoise Shell, Tucking > ";;';! HOUSE, situated on High street: ,
tat v Hoturninz, he a ked his wife if she hadl.Jwkt'.i and Side Combs, Ridding, Buffalo and other fl..
\ style and trusts to give general satisfaction to all oLadics' between the residences of Mr. Baltzell
FIRE AND MARINE
INLAND
: *! f.ad.Sh. slid: "No. "But, he who may: favor them with their Silk Purses, Hair Pins, Artificial Flowers, nd11'. Orman. '
aikiil. :,ro:" y0'1 not coing: to gel any ?" She an- }patronage.STRODHOFF Bonnet Cap:: &c. &c., with a great many other ilSURANCE.THE .
:! Also
the
( & GRAY, HOUSE next to W.
w.T'-'l\ "No: ;" for said she, "ou say it is not articles usually! kept iu a dry goods establishment:: Patry's Bakery,
:\ Chestnut st., next dour to the Post Office.November fronting on Market street. For :
all of which will be sold the most pleasing ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY term apply toT
\mirHnty t' 'work and if it j is not your duty, it i is upon .
5th, ISii. novo::> :;t II &. C H AUSTIN
terms for cash or city acceptance.Apalachicoh. ,
i not, inne!, te: and if the fruits of the earth may notfioL'itii'rrd :200,00'J and the PROTECTION -
Nov. 16, 1811. noVj; 3t J3: Water street.
in, they may not b? cooked after they ( on New York and Pro :. INSURANCE CO.,-Capital 8100,000::; !
:arpithrrpil; : in. 1 lam resolved to submit with EXCHGE.Draffs FOR RENT.Two small DWELLING
Kcmovai.STAPLE .
d
:sums: to suit purchasers. In addition to the capitals of the above named <
tai, to the! will of God, and abide the conse- i I For sale by T L MITCHEL, & FANCY DRY GOODS, &c.rpHE : i-;::dry;ijj;; HOUSES: fronting on Columbus street, t

..vftict'.M! 1 llt" walked out again: ; and after while nova 31 Water st1't'ct.LOST subscriber; respectfully gives notice, that companies, they have each a large surplus fund :)W. 1t l_ near the residence of Capt. Ellison.

:>.>ivt'i,r fled\ and aid to his wife : If vim will" god JL he has REMOVED his stock of Goods to in reserve. Persons doing business with these Possession given immediately, for particulars,

,,' :M me some breakfast, I will go to work. :-.\ Gold Pencil Case, the finder will the new building! corner of Center and Commerce companies: may rest satisfied, that they are apply to T II & C'H AUSTIN, "

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DIED.In novHJ FRANCIS KOP L-\-rS Store. where he oilers for sale at vcduccc prices! a large: and ,that losses will be paid winihout vexatious "';" FOR RENT.: The STORE HOUSE .

this city 011 the 13th ia.t., after short OTThe! person who carried away and general :assortment of fresh STAPLE and delays or technical objections. ::;flii fronting on Commerce, near Chestnut st.,
LOOK FANCY GOODS direct from New York, '!: ''
consisting ) JJJJJ_ occupied lat season by Geo. Brown.
Rose Bush, from the of the
:! .T II. Rotinn.s of Cincin- rear
ihl':' .nl1-> formerly in of- ftC/- THE subscriber having been appointed
store No. 17 Water street, will save themselvesthe part : Possession given immediately. For terms> &.c.,
i IJ:,'. !phi j,,. mortification of being exposed, by returning Black and colored Silks, Agent for the above named Companies, is fully apply to T H & C H AUSTIN,

-}' Tn"' (in"incinnii and Loiii-'ville" the i mined Allapaca, Alapeene and Shalla, non-t 43 Water st., stairs.
papers same lately. novU 1 It (;-asinerett: and Muslin de Lane, authorized to take risks on the lowest terms. up
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( & 1tEDICIXESfull assortment Calicos of new patterns, DANIEL. J. DAY, Lands in Jackson County.
\t " Muslin Linen )
Viaperhaw:: THE Lands that I offered for RENT
;, Medicines, and Patent and Botanical novO! 52 Water street.
\ 1'i:tyro'.\ B.VI.T/KW., infant daughter ol Jesss F. Medicines, for sale by Fringe; Laces, Gimps Fringe, Corsetts, in Jackson county, can he obtained

-, ; Et1"1: Potts. Parasols Ribbon! *, Cord, Beads, CROTON MUTUAL INSURANCE in absence, from F R Pittman
I ; J C ALLEN, Silk and Cotton Hose, ( ) !! my ,

_:- -- '-'_ ._- novlG cor of Centre and Commerce sts. And a variety of other fancy articles. COMPANY, E:].,Marianna, and those now living

PASSFA'iF.KS. Q( STATIONERY. assortment of SchoolBooks --- Also-Cloth*, Cassimer, Flannels::, Domestics, of the City of. jew York. ,, on any of the following parcels, are
il.. zo' \nt>r Sin-DrV S Grrrn and lard!'. Ila's. Caps, T-ty?, Are., \c. requested ,to come forward and settle the rent
!!.-" lt'I Divi*, lady, rliilil and stintV H I k.J Blanks aid: Slationerv sale bv To which additional supplies 1 will occasionally Trustees : with Mr. Pittman, without delay, if they wish to

,u'. i' !.... fbildn'n anJ3crvts, K <". Porter, Dr .T"C ALLEN; received during the business season, all of which James Harper, Abraham Van Xest, remain another year.:
';, '. v. \It :Sktller. A T B' nru-tt. C \ I'allwin..n ; nm'l.i cor of Centre and Commerce sts. will be old:; at a small advance, for cash. John Lisala, iI.lS1 Cranda',1!!, Places.

!J' -.-'!'ir .\". B Holmes-E I) Wolf, (7 \\901f.! novOtf! 1SEYMO John J Boyd, William B Co/zens, The Armstrong Plantation
OXFKCTIOXARY. A few boxes of K L & Il.PICKLES ,
Edward Richardson Charles L VOP
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\ i" I n'i-: \jehHlUwin.! : C "
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d 'f'"' -'''n i'loridun: -Mr Price, HuUbard, Smith A Stuart's Steam Refined Candy, for sale bv etc.-10 cases PickeLs assorted James Phalen, Joseph B Nones, Slaughter':
J C ALLEN ; John J Hcrrick John F Buttenvorth Whitus: "
s : "i 1j.I"r.j' f Ketchup, assorted ; 2 do Caper ,
-'.' IIIKT: 1)03t0:1-1 linger?, B B \1\VInrtun no\'ll cor of Centre and Commerce sts. 1 do Olives" Verdallcs" and "Amellaux ;" George C De Kay, Samuel Sherwood, Marshall: 'c
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Samuel A Lawrence Zadock/ Pratt *
F, 'rilL{j. --- -- --- ----- : Coward
I a !p I'I.: ti'-r irpl1-rn) S.im'l: l Hclla'nCapt C To PHYSICIANS & DSUGGISTS large :2 do Pepper Sauce ; Theodore A Meyer, Herman D Gould Holmes': Valley )

!. ,.: -r.n. 'ipt A Hohin, -o:). JHe N B.lkcrT : of Gla Ware, Ointment Jars', 4 do Cayenne and Black Pepper ; William P Furniss, Joseph S. Smith, 'Jodui Brown "

I, .. I r.-ikr.; i : < ; Mitcivll. J1: (;.iylarJ, F II Ely, Gallipots, Graduate Measures, Glass, Wedge- .} do superfine Mustard ; 2 do London. do ; John T Gilclirisr, Elias T Aldrich, JAS. B. STAR

.")ry Id! ;p*. wood and Iron: Morters, &c., for sale byJ 2 do India Curry Powder; Loring Andrews, Lawrence Hill, nova; 3t 4S; Water ,
i Lucca" Cyrus Chenery, Thomas Monahan, street.
C ALLEN, :3 Sweet Oil. ,
, > I: Ei: 'EJPTS: 01' 1'frDUCE. novlG cor of Centre and Commerce sts. For sale by E B WHITMARSH, George \VhitakerVilham, TI 1'lIwn.3en New and Fashionable Oorxls !

. j p"r -' > :-.i-r:, :-3il"t.'u-1..J !bales cotton, Preston A: -- .-- novlO 29& Water street. James II Saydam, Amos Noyes, \\TIIULELED RETAIL !
; 'i.i; ',:v: In.t lUv ?c Co. DESK.-A fine large double Oilice George Palen, John Breasted, subscriber heirs leave

:;' c,,..j..r, kno\'n-n bales cotton, T I! &: OFFICE(has Reen used very little,) will be 1\. EGRO KERSEYS.,) pcs superior Negro William! Biinjoyne, Leonard Api'lebv.SAMUEL TIlE his; customers: ::, and country to call merchants the attention, to t
!U! Ii'l'P": G Porter; Co 40.);) bush corn .i Kerseys for sale A LAWRENCE, President.:
; sold low uy JAS F FARRIOR, by an extensive assortment of GOOD'S; ::: which he has
JOSEPH B XOXES Vice President.
!)1.r", V J iMriviriion.IVr JAS F FARRIOR received from JS> York
Columbus
novKi 0 Block. juit w which he offers at
LEWIS
>if,i.'ifr Sir,mn-74 bale) :; cotton, 1 box loMI BENTON, Secretary. the lowest market and
the
novlO t 0 Columbus Block.B : prict-s. on mot reasonable
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: : -. .1 to ,LtI;,chart \:" Young: 23: bales cotton 1) 'i ANAL FLOUR, &c.-:V! bins Canal Flour; C.\rr SAM'L CANDLER, Marine:; Inspector. terms-among; which will! be fond the follow

i 1 i.t'I": v; 1fj I..lt's cotton, 2 hhl 1 crate, 1 box, T C :j!) kegs and oO! boas Buckwheat. i U'I"FER.-10 kegs fresh Gosheri Butter. WILLIAM WELLS;;, Fire Surveyor. ing:-

. i>>toi! ; I box lobdcco G Mitchell; 10 do, T L, For sale low byDODGE For sale by E B WHITMARSH, Dry Goods.
. r ..lJf,'h'I. subscriber, AGENT for the above Company -
. & GARDNER novlG 27| Water street. THE of
; Calicos, all t' cription',
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P"r h -\d..line-gl bales cotton to T II fc C11tlll
: is
, -10 Water steet. now prepared to receive applicationsfor Crape de Lames,
novlG
?n 1 :\ ; 7.1 F Farrior. TTXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF" NEW
: Marine Inland Cashmere de Eco??>. ;
and
transportation Fire risks
ON CONSIGNMENT. VJ GOODS.tlt! IVtwltsale and Rl'lail.The :: ,
of all
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Hosiery, description,
. r EXPORT BACON SIDES.:5 cks Cincinnati Cured subscribers are just receiving, a large and general and to issue policies on reisonnhle: : term Silk Shawls! and Handkerchiefs,

.I'. ., .1\i WEST-Per: schr! \Jtia.tor-27. } s-iin- just received and for sale by assortment of FALL and "WINTER GOODS, STEPHEN: SKILLMAX: Flannels Apron Checks,

. i's )1.ttirtft: !lumber. HARPER &- HOLMES, consisting of:- Bv.ch"d! and Brown Sheeting,
: Water
23 street.
. novlfi 51 Water street. Family Groceries, of all kinds; Umbrella and Shadow,
. I\IP1H:1': : = --- --- .-_. Woodware Tinware and Hardware Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1S-1 f. nov5 Cm Mitts, Gloves, ('ul1;:. .1 c. &:(".
!}]< 1'1' vIVr schr ChriMiana: pkff. indze to FRESH GROCERIES.BOXES ;
. ,\ A AP r: Kaiu 25 Hanger A: Holme?: 2 W (rI'nrAr Cheese Boots and Shoe, Hat:: ; Ready Made Clot siit:;.

r To: 40 t Dode! As Gardner: 20 Wylie te I 0\0 ; Domestic Prints, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vest tine, Tailoring Establishment.; Over, Dress and Frock Coat::,
lKnzi{ ; lot: ) \\ hitmar,h As Richardson; 20\. l':; firkin Gushen Butter. and every description of Staple and Fancy Goods, TIlE subscriber, having iiist arrived from New Cassimere: and S.itinett Pant,
s 'I 1 "\u-;:;"-r:on.MVSTIPlVr. Just:: received OD Consignment: and for sale by demanded in this market. with a splendid stock of Cloths, Cas- Silk and Fancy Vet::. r

".. .; : sloop Ann B Holmes ,()M< ft HARPER & HOLMES, B ELLISON & CO., siineres:: Vesting, & ., of the mot fashionable Flannel, Muslin: and llickor\-: Shirts,

I s. ''niilM-r. u I h! {ii-!= potatoes, 5 bbls apples, to Master.'KV novlfi<< _;>Water street. nova: 33: Water :street.WFUMARY : styles, which l he is prepared to make up in the Negro Pants, Jackets, \c. &c. r

" j' \ VK-Per| bark Coilo: n..;-977 bars i :, most fashionable manner and at such prices that Boots> mid Shoes.

dJI' J 2t ado.) !(.!,5 and bdls 'iron, 120 pkgs: md/etoJDay RIO.tiO'j AND)' bags: :JAVA Rio Coffee COFFEE-; ) : FANCY ARTICLES, fcc., will give satisfaction to his customers.' The business i- Calf, Seal and Water Proof Boot::,

( Superior Cologne Water; will be under the entire management; of Calf, Kip[ and Rus-t.tt I'rograns,
J'T : Old Jov't Java do.
flir Floridim-fiO mdze toV G PorT 'J.j do
pkg Lavender do. WM. C. LAWRENCE, who is'well: known as:: a Ladies' fine, cold and hLck Kid Slippers, -
I! i: ( 't: :35G J Day -& Co; :3 Harper & Holmes; For sale by H Wnlkins Shoes
j do. that i is to suit the taste of ,
J 169 n S 11"lp'EW"l' \'. DODGE & GARDNER, Orange: person fully competent "coPt! and hl'k Gaiter Boot
I : ( \1 iJT: -: Per sHir Lon; \\7 arf-2O: bbls} novlO 40 Water street. Bay do. the most fastidious, from his long experience in Variety of Misfc:: and Children* Shoes, arid

. : Potatoes and onion:, 3300 bricks to master.IIRIXBNTBLLIGB'NCB.. Essential Oils, of all kinds ; this business. I shall continue to keep a first Bootees.

-- -- ... .-.-0 boxes superior manufactured Balm of Columbia ; Hair Dye ; rate assortment of Goods for Garments, together;; !L its> anti Caps. '

t fj'f L Tobacco, on consignment:; for sale by Tooth Brushes, assorted; with an assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Fine :Tole.-kin and Fur Hats ,
,
j j } \ I i I jJ JAS F FARRIOR, Hair do do. Shirts, Stocks, &c., to fit out a gentleman's wardrobe Hunting Hats,

1 no\'W y Columbus Block. Cloth Brushes; Combs; and shall use every exertion to give satisfaction Caps of all! description:
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rt -' -- foi sale by Playing Cards, French and American. that will make it"an inducement for those Cloths.

1:1.1 Pllwr (iF APALACHICOLA.Nov. 10.CLEARED. CORXIEAL, JAS F FARRIOR, Also, a variety of Fancy Articles, Soaps, &c., favoring me with their custom to' continue to Superior Black Cloth,

----- just received, and for sale at do so. R. STEENBERGH. Cassinifres: Tweeds, ,:
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--- Columbus Block.CROCKERy.A
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::11,! 110G.] JONES' Black Satin Vetting.Cul .
JOHN Apalachicola, Oct. 20, IS It.______
of; .f'n? Liwrcnce Copelaud, Baker, for .-'Marks, small lot suitable for families Hair Dressing Saloon, hav- Scry, &c.

let ; t.) ,ityniond 1&. Ilardin. JAS F FARRIOR, octlO 3m Centre, near Commerce street. CO.PARTNERSHIP.-C. \ in Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery.!
re I 1 1tit" ::chi Floridian, Hopkins, for :Molile. 0 Columbus Block. J. L. FITCH Together with a variety l of other Goods too numerous -

1. & BALE ROPE :- TAKE LOTS in the City: of Apalachicola, name. and 'style of I<;ITCH & WORDIN," respectfully Iowa:; any other establishment in ibis city. Ho ,

"f fIn HIVED. CORDAGE Manilla arid Tarred Cordage ; or ground in its vicinity, belonging to the "APA :'informs their friends and the public, respectfully invites you: to call and examine foryourselves i t

!I lark 'oll05S11.r', McDonald, 17 days from New I Bale LACHICOLA LAND COMPANY/'j without that they .will'on 'or about the 1st:; of Kovambcrnext'open.tneir and he is satisfied: that he can oiler ,
1 ]QO do Kentucky Rope;
ors, 10 .T 11t' .A; Co.clrr stock of- nth inducements that: wiii insure him a share I of
I and Sail Twine.For J
:-' 1 5; bolts Canvass ; Bagging permission. 1
1.On1Vliarf Nickerson 20 days fin NewI'tt .Your patronage.
of4y to S. chilfer. I sale by Any person occupying sajd: lots or ground .:W ATCHES JEWELRY MD\ ) FRANCIS KOPMAN,
& GARDNER, without permission, are hereby notified, that the Old stand!, KaltzeiTs; Buil .
DODGE ings.Ap.lbcucoi.l.
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Christuiia 1 Godfrey fm Boston to master.
1ly ,
LF : ::3JN
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TC3R
for the sale of the
I< 40 Water street. subscriber is authorized same, : : Nov. I,1g1.-
'o Ann B Holmes Williams fm Mystic, to novSO Gold and Silver _
of } --- ---- ----
Consisting --
:; tae:!pr. sSteamer and if they do not come forward; necessary stepswill :: 1
'>tT0'Xi. Watches Chains;, Jifoncheo.lj'kigg TE\V GOODS:; !-Just received per late arri-
Keys
I1"t Boston, J A )Morton fm Eufaula. )HINTS AND OILS :- be taken to protect the rights of the Com- -" i ... !
lanrc assortment of STAPLE DRY
'f- <''earner:r'iren,Van VeghtenfmChattahoochee. :)o kegs No. 1, and estraVlllte: Lead ; ::: ; Rings; Spectacles 1 Pencils Studs 1:, 1.v..b, a
Yellow Ochre panv. Sleeve and Collar! Buttons, Head Ornaments, GUODS; con i::>tin-; of:
tc Unknown Bennett, fin Brown's Ferry. 12 do Black; 300lbs ; All also, notified not to trespass
Reamer are rLace
persons Miniture-Cases Bracelets Music-Boxes. ;,\I,: hIL-:, New ftyle I Prints, Jaconetts,
and Verdigris Lockets ,
l1eliuefm Marianna.DEPARTED. 12 cans Imperial Green ; the lands by cutting Live Oak, Cedar, other ,
Mu.-lin.. Dimifv Check
upon Fringes
., sizes Purses Wallets, Knives, Scissors, Razors and ?,
'1\t\ '' Paint Brushes, assorted ; timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN, JlgentJlpaTa .Moi,!jin de Lames, :'hawlannels: ,
131' 2 cks bleached Spearm Oil ; Land Co., Razor Straps: ; Tooth, Nail and Lather Brushes; Curtain Calico Sheetinqs, :Shirtings: &c., \i::
Jr- steamer Notion, L C Morton'for Columbus.r 5 bbls Linseed Oil. For sale by oct7 1m for JlpaTa and its vicinity. Snuif and Tobacco Boxes, Violin Strings: &.C. For sale at reduced prices by .1
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MEMORANDA. DODGE & GARDNER, JOHN L. FITCH, B ELLISON & CO., 11

231apt} lck"rQn of schr Long Wharf reports, dov6 40 Water street. cases Russets, Kip? Brogans, Gents: fine and CILAS. W. WORDIN. nova 33 Water street. .

; lat ai :1on) | 73, passed a vessel, appa- 50 course Boots, Ladies and Misses Slippers, Apalachicola, Oct. 1'Jth, b 1 i.

,Ih.cd.I, re mjy ao tons! bottom. up.r CHEESE.--3J boxs Cheese. Do. Walking Shoes, &c., &c. &:3- N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair- rno SPORTSMEN! ficc.-A few choice Rifles M

*',r __ E B WHITMARSH street., Just received and for sale by WATCHES, CLOCKS awl JEWELRY !by JL and double barreled Guns, English and t

va lY StGAR.-d bbls St. Croix Sugar novlG. _29& Water B ELLISON k CO., .' '\'. W'ordin-all work warrant(l. oP! tf French Percussion Cap, Powder! Flasks,Nipples: ,

r Porto Rico do; ; BAGGING J& BALE ROPE:- nov!) 33 Water sirect. CONSIGNMENT--J :ill')1'icces Kentucky Wrenchcr&c.., together with a !great variety of

t tr.ajr4: C bbls Crushed do and Dundea Bagging ; PIECES superior Kentucky Banging! : OX Baling: : ; 150 coils Bale: !n'pl'- Alto a lot Fish Hooks: Lines,\Snells, Artificial Flies, and .

c j boss double refined Loaf do. Manilla & Kentucky Rope and Twine ; O\J F\\ just received from New Orleans.! of choice Hams, cured in GeoniL: t lor ale by t fishing::; tackle. Just:; received and for sale by l'
Just received in store, on Consignment, and HAKTSAOKNEVaUr, B ELLISON & CO ;
For sale by For sale bv B ELLISON: &, CO., lc K\Y .V: .
DODGE &, GARDNER, for sale )by, JAS F FARRIOR, ,,nv.', *. 3:5: Water t streeta f'.t( ( !II> \ --t. ntvt: 33 Water streef..
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: LEGAL NO 1' 1 C E S. A1)M I I IS'rIL\rron.'s NOTICES, PROSPECTUS OF THE JOSEPH SCHROTD, UNITED STATES'-"

.. GEOltGllSENTINEL. No. 44 Wafer, near< Clicstiml st.
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/. 'I'anilin= Superior Coirf.ATCUAMHKKS. NOTICE,-Siv weeks after date, I shall apply ---- c? Cor.. Ann & Nassau streets, New FOUND York '

',v Hcm'lc Wm. C.; M. Davis, Jud e of AN Evening Paper, to be publishC'd.the City "*. THE undersigned

\' Robert J. Floyd!, comp't., 1 the County Court of Franklin county, for letters! Savannah, Ga., devoted to Politics,. Com- inform the Old Patrons respectful*
'f'. f administration on the estate of Donald Camp n1f rC'('. Agriculture and General Intelligence. TYPE & flue}
I lX ; 1IANCKRV.Curtis STEREOTYPE F'Ot, :
I ami Gnswolii, ,1, bell, late of said county, deceased. The increasing importance of our nourishing ; DRY, formerly .
PATENT 7 known
and beautiful city-the facilities enjoyed in thetrausnnsion -. as "J
WILLIAM ARCHER.
clel 1 t 'w.lau1s. J A. I Co NNER's" and CMG

} f "[appearing; to tlu Court from a Fulavit filed in Apalachicola, Nov. 7th, IS U. novO! tty Evening Paper of in the Savannah mails--and4he all l conspire a sense render of an SIX HAKREL SELF-REVOL- jj "CONNER S. COOK's more,"and recently th .aa ,.

.( this caU*l', that s oil Lewis Ct r is and George OTICE.-Six: weeks after date, I shall applyto the proposed publication at least expedient, if'not, ,VING AND REPEATING lie in general, that they are prepared to epube .
(Iriswold, tru sloes of the .:\J'a.:('hklla Land .1 nece :: PISTOLS.' orders for PRINTING TYPE exec ute
( N the Honorable of the County Court ary.Whil.M PRESSES
Judge !
j COmplllami s l ill John M.: Ucrrien and David of Franklin for letters of administrationon 1 the' Paper will hear principally a corn in Fancy,Hardware, Fine Cutlery, and every other article necessary to form' &C >

ScMcn, \who are tU'femUnts 1 +t in said cause, reside the estate county of Carlton, M. Evans, Deceased. mcrcial character, we shall endeavor to make it DEALER rY, &c., consisting in part! of plete Printing' Establishments, on as faro colt. <.j:
the limits of this Tl.'rritorto wit : the useful and interesting to all classes of the community able
beyoid: L. MARSHALL. Fine Pen &- Pocket Knives, and Scissors; terms, and of as good a quality as 1
FRANCIS
af in the of NeivYork ,.by rendering it a disseminator of truth-an any other *.
1 i/ 11th 151 J. nlfi Gw In }
Nov. of vice. -
Apalachicola, Advocate of virtue-and censor pursuing
and Selden in the
and the still Berneu .
for ladies The
EleganrPort.l\olt, ; Type cast at this Establishment .1
I I, state of Georgia. ll is ordered, that a notice be ]NJ OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply will the plan the determined leading departments upon, the of following the Paper Steel Pens and Pen Holders ; in style of face, and the material of which, i is, both. 1

1 ; j m',1istwlo.H\.t! : {'':i f t.r; the sl j+.iceof four months) :' (to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Jude of the which comprise we hope will carry the cheerfulness oiknowledge Fine Gold\\Di no id"Pointed Pens; made, particularly adapted for service i in XJ* t

.. I in the .'C".n,1t., it'gal Advertiser a ne\v>]'aporirtutc 'I CO1n1Comt of Franklin county, for letters of and the light of truth wherever it is Red, Black, Blue and Indelible.Inks ; paper Printing. s:1:.j&z

.i) : ) >l in this! *li-stnrt. heibiv the ensuing term administration on the estate of David D. Churchill, received Iatent.Inkstmds: ; Fine Letter Paper; ;- All kinds of Stereotyping finished: to ,1
I ()1'said Court, rat']lutritt gait d_'lendants+ and! each late of said county, deceased. Pm.ITlc-\Ve:" rha1l8l1stain the great Republican Fine Gold and Silver Pencils; N.-Such Newspapers as will the order shore j

ti' i of them, to appear aiul} answer, otherwise the BENJAMIN ELLISON. doctrines embraced in the Virginia and Kentucke' GenuineGerman, Cologne, and fine Perfumes three times: previous to November copy i I
Nov. 1st 1S 1.1. nov5 Resolutions of 1793 '99 asmaintained bv next, will be
complainants bill will be taken pro conftsso Apalachicola, Gw fottHandkerchiefs &c.Bcai's' entitled
in
to
Calhoun, and( pay type, on making a bill of t
Jefferson :Madison four
Tioup, Ilayne
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,if :against them (a, copv-le,le.) OTICE.-Sit weeks after date I will apply other ditingnisbed t advocates of Stftte lughts-and Oils ; Toilette. Mirrors; times the amount of the three insertions. !;1
.I.II .IM GI: ). F. BALTZCLL:: Clerk.lpalarllicla 1 Convention Fine Cloths; Hair and Tooth Brushes JAMES
to the Hon. Richard H. Long, Judge of the more recently pot forth by the Democratic .; CONNER & SOX.
1 _...:;. May_S'rtli", 1St_i I.: ___ _____t ii 1mSnpurior County Court of Jackson County, for Letters of at Baltimoie, in May last-as forming ])res:5hiifand: Fine Tooth, Combs; New York, June 1st, IS I4.! jeS 3m 1

f l I'antdin Court. Administration on the estate (William H. L. what \v' conceive to he the fundamental principles Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspender?; _-- r
I of nOVer1l1ClIt. Thus having for our motto Morocco Pocket Books Tweezers WARM SPRINGS.
our
AT Cl! IAMB ': {' Russ, late of said county, deceased! ; ; t
Trade-Low Duties No Debt-beperation
: : Rob.ii May, comp't., ) WILLIAMS D. DICKSON. from Free Banks Economy--Retrenchment-and a Ladies'Fine leather Fans ; MERIWETIIER COUNTY, GEORGIA
.i ,1 v Marianna, Oct. S, IS H. o4 0vTvTOTICE strict adherence- to the Constitution, and placing Feather: Dusters' ; Key Rings ; es THE PROPRIETORS of this wafting;

::1 i! Cl1rb; anJ: f ins\vuld' ct al., J IX CHANCERY. ourelf upon the !broad bias:: of the latter, we can inVoke Violin ,and Violin Strings ; lt1'' iii place, have been induced to open their J'
Six months after date I will
; defendants. apply alike the: fidelity of the "rmonia"and! ; thezt'allf Sewing &. Knitting Needles, &c., &c. 1'' < House for the accommodation of invalid
j t 1'I'; a'ljicarinjj U the Court from affidavit filed _L" to the Hon .lud. e of the County Court for the Xullifi.-r, in maintaining: inviolate Also, a good supply of'single and double bar- and others, much earlier this season than usual

.Il) J. ia Iliis cau.t, Ihit :OIH; \ 1.vvis Curtis and Franklin County, for letters of dismission: on the its compromises, whereby alone our civil and religious reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which he in consequence of the many applications that have
estate of John Norton, late of said county, de liberties can he secured to us, and the blessings offeis cheap, for Cash. ,been made for Board from different
.il.ichicola
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f) a ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r.Apalachicola of our glorious Union perpetuated. Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1541. 07 tf those under
Jknicn by laboring various
,
: I..utl e'H\Jaay, anti ,lid l .1 hIIIl.\1. ] and the country diseases
assist in sustaining great
April 17, 1811.l a20 Gm Our object being to
,. c Ibvid Sd-ien.! who are defendonts in said cause, principles of Constitutional Liberty, and in drawing such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. all of which
'Jot f i-tsid(! inyou l th.* limits of tins Territory, to wit: "jVTOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply men's minds from worship of their fellow: tom Tailoring. readily yield to the virtue of the water. We have
I d' Ihe said Curtis and GriswoUl, in the state of New -LS to the Hon. Judge of the County Court of ; acquaintance with the nature of their! govcr-: THE subscribers respectfully : heretofore held out more inducments! to persons '
I, York ; and the s.iLl! I'.errien: and Selden, in the Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the ment our columns shall be open to the discussion { informs the citizens of Apalachi- seeking pleasure, to visit these :Springs; than to

st jle of ( lO'jr 'ii. j il! is ordered, that a notice be administration on the estate of Sampson Pope, of ali political questions i of a general nature. In r cola, and its vicinity, that having : those.in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
l rpt1.1it.: IofC..tfiwthesaceoffourmonths late of said county deceased. no case howe\'er"'IU dignity of the press: be entered into a co-partnership they I say come, and come early, if you wish' to he ,
yielded: bypermitting it to become the vehicle of ,, 1 arc prepared at Mr. Gray's old benefited. These have l
i i'i the "( ,Jmml'rci11tln'l'tise, a newspaper SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x.Jackson abuse. Springs proved a certain
I. I !! It1' :dcll in this: district, before the ensuing: term County, July -20, Igl 1. a3-Gm scurrility Believing or vulgar the nominees personal; of the Baltimore Convention stand, on Chestnut street, next cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy. :#
f tt'said) (V.irt, re }uinn. aid dcfcnda.ils.: : and each ----- JA\lES K. Por.l\ and GEOIGE M DALLAS, door to the Post Office ; to exe- and in no instance have invalids failed to be bene- I

ui' this: tn appear; aid I answer, otherwise the ,TOTICE.-Six months after
i tt r t-JrlLti; : 'iznti bill will be take pro confesso: ll to the lion. \V. G. M. Davis, Judge of theCounty and VIce President: of the United State=, we business, in a workmanlike man- which, we can refer to innumerable certificate

I i i ,:, 1 a.'oi n>'l them. (a co;>v-teste) Court of Franklin county, for letters of shall endeavor to promote their election, by all --"--- ner, and in the latest and most I some from the most respectable gentlemen in tiie 3 t
; JEO. F." BALTZELL, Clerk. dismission from[ the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.H. honorable means.Co3ilzERcIAL.Under. fashionable style, and general sati.faction'ar- State. ,

Apalachicola, May o'Uh' h 11. jel 1m B. STONE, Administrator. : llushead will be found the ranted to all those who may favor them.with their :, To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will say this 3
markets for
I r',. t Apalachicola, May 30, 1811. mylS Om latest statements of the various and Domestic-our patronage. STRODHOFF & GRAY. much, that we intend to offer inducements enough i ito
i l'anlHn Superior Court. 2 staple productions, both Foreign Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1&J4. nov5 make the Warm Springs the Saratoga' of the f'
,1 AT CHAMBERS. OTICE.-All persons having claims against together with a carefully. corrected. Weekly.Review -
I Isaac .Jackson, late of Jackson County, deceased of our own market. South.c intend to keep a better House than {
Thomas; : Mitchel: comp't.vs. ) have and it is said that '
are required to present the same duly authenticated AGRICULTURE.-Whatever maybe deemed of interest Tailoring1. we ever kept,( we l generally
I to the subscribers, within the tim to those engaged in. Agricultural pursuits, t l 103- TERMS: -Cash on Delivery. % kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirely Anew
i Dole, Mcluug: } ; ',. J,Ca lO'l1i law this notice: will be in shall have due attention, and no pains will be Fall and Winter Fashions just received. ; our houses have all been repaired, and the
prescribed by or plead
arid: Mass$ trustees uf the spared to make our paper interesting to the Farmer, THE subscriber respectfully whole place presents a new and beautiful appear
I Franklin Land and I bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to in comparison to which all other trades and .
: ApalarhirolaL.il : professions y informs the Citizens of Apalachicola ance. The temperature of the atmosphere i'n fine,
t said estate requested to make immediate set- .
are
be said be but the frieze and
to
I cor- '
Company; llN may and its the thermometer seldom above ,
| C11AN'CERy. tlement. HENRY JACKSON ) 'I, vicinity, that.he hasremoved rising 6 degrees.
J \ I.,ewis. Curtis! and George \f STEPHEN JACRSUAdm rs. nice.GENERAL I ISTELLISEXCE. this departmentwill "1\ I his TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT Our Baths are in as good order as they can beaiui: I

I' .' 'j; (;iriswold, trustees of tiieApalachicola I S Jackson County, Oct. 20, 1814026 2m be found a general synopsis of the passing u' \;" to the new for the benefit of those who have not paid us a .

., 1/nul Co. ; events of the day, together with occasional selec- ..i: building of Capt. Simmons, corner visit, we will describe them : they are G in number,
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i Myers, assignee in -- -- --- -- tion from the best Literary Periodicals, both For- of Centre and Commerce street, each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressing ,

I .1 bankruptcy of) George W. j Blackstlliitlrirl n, .c. eign and domestic. In fine whatever will have a Y and is now prepared, on reasonable room attached to each, and are so arranged as to

\ n,).,;, defendants. THE subscriber respectfully informs tendency to develope the rich and varied natural :-_ 4E -:, ar=_ terms-to execute all orders raise the water to any depth required ; our Spring
IT appearing) to the Jude: by affidavit filed in the citizens of Apalachicolaand resources of our State, elevate the moral character -- in his line of business, in the latest affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of'afr

I cause: that said )Daniel McDuugald, James its vicinity, that he has erect- of its citizens or promote the prosperity and and most fashionable styles, and warranted to fit. \" per minute; the temperature of the water
S. Calhoun anal} Charles: L. Bass Lewis Curtis ed Commerce in the of happiness of the community in which we live,
; on ( rear shall with ardent and humble N.B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to. is precisely 00 degrees. The analysis as taken by
aud George Griswold ; and Myers, reside w, No. 22 Water) street, a BLACK- meet our CU DITIOXS. support. JAS. C. COLEMAN. Dr. J. B. Cotting, State Geologist, is as follows: S

beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit : tile : SMITH'S SHOP, where he is pre- TilE DAILY SENTINEL, will be published every Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1814. o7 tf "Height above the level of the sea, 793! feet- J
aid :McDougald; Calhoan and :Myers, in the state pared to execute with neatness and despatch, afternoon, on an imperial half sheet, and delivered quantity one wine pint or 23.S75 cubic irthr- '; J
of (S-sortfia; the slid Cuitis and Griswold, in the and on the most reasonable terms, all work in his in any part: of the City, at Six DOLLARS perannumpayahlein ADVERTISEMENT.WILLMER specific gravity O,998-distillcd water Lein( () : ]
stale of Now: York ; and the said: Bass in the state line of business, entrusted to his care.RICHARD advance. & SMITH'S EUROPE- GASECHhonic acid gas.2 cubit uieh>. t

of Alabama\ It is ordered, that a notice b3: published PARKER. THE GEOUCJIA SENTINEL: 1'or the country, will he .-During the time this tjulpluirate of Hydrogen,. .. .. .. .. ....a; trrlCl'. i
f I once a week for the space of four months Apalachicola, Oct. lUth, 1841-3m issued once a week, on a Super.Royal sheet, and has been before the world the SOLlDrf: -Carbonate of Lime.1 grain. 1
t "lbro thc ensuing: : ; term of this Court, in the forwarded by mail to any part of the Union at $3 journal : proprietorsrefer Carbonate of Iron.. ,.. .... ,.. "..35: : trains. t
CuJinnercial Advertiser, a printed inJhis Runaway Negro. per annum for a single copy-Two conies for:$:> ,with pleasure to the praise which it has Carbonate of Mafne=ia ... .10 09 rain:?. l'
II' t newspaper: } five copies fur lO ( invariably in ad- elicited from the press of England, Ireland, Scot The Water
I Diflrict dd'eu'lants t to COMMITTED to jail on the 2d instant, -or $ -payable temprerature of the winter and taw- il'
I f : reJihiritsaid appear vane. It will contain all the reading matter of land, the United States, Canada and the West mer. 90 degrees."
i and otherwise lhecoinlainants bill shall :1j:; :i nl'o; slave as a runaway, aged about 21 1
'r answer ] the daily paper, including! EditoriI.*, COlOmuica- Indies, and the encouragement it has received
I1 I 1I! lie taken /TO rv//j//.w'{>: against t llu-jii. years, says that he belongs to E. Wells, of lions, Weekly Review of the Savannah Market from the public of the United States and Canada. A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly! 1
y : (Copy teste) '--Jackson county. :Said; negro has a scar l \c. Three essential features distinguish it from all for riding three miles in length; it leads to the J
(;EI'). F. BALTZELL: Clerk. over the right elbow; a scar on the right thigh, fK- Advertisements will be inserted in the Daily summit of a Mountain, where von beheld one of l'1

t .. .\iil'l('hicolt, May :-'Ust f, 1 1" 11.1 jd! .J liuIi below the hip :; scar over and in the corner of the Paper 5 tt fifty cents per square, for the first and contemporaneous First-It contains publications.full correct and the most magnificent views in Georgia. A gccd. :
.. - ------ -.-- right eye; is o feet =JH J inches high, and says that Jweiity-fivc cents for each continuance. In the a compre- road has also been made to the well knUM ,

') .alaehi( > DistrictFRAXKLtN of JPlorhia.I his name is "SAM." Any person owning said Weekly I lilty-cents per square, will be charged and hensive practicable Shipping that List,"arranged he who on a plan so plain" COLD SPRING, only f tits of a mile! from the .;
each read.
for insertion. runs
COUNTY. negro, will please come forward}, prove property, may Hotel; this SIriuol1' si said by all who l haw -.1. The first Persons interested in the Marine of
Number will America
I 1) K. budge; COI:1in;> } )3Y charges and take him away, or he will bedwelt October appear about the first of may to be the finest cold water"in; the \\Lrd.! a .-
law.C. next, or sooner, if/the necessary arrangements (turn in an instant= to the information which thej'seck
cud > Iii Chancery with according to
j
can be made and a sufficient Humber'uf with of its truth.It The amusements at the Springs are \jriciK-
certainty relying on
Tames C. Wilson. ct al. Dcf'ts. J. SHEPARD, Sheriff( ;
,
} subscribers obtained to warrent the publication. thus Lists and other The Ball Room is opened nightly and the srnicwof : _
; I r appearing to the Court, from the report ofH of Franklin County. {JC?- Person::; ?wishing subscribe; will please handin supercedos Shipping from ex- one of the. best Musicians in this section cf tie!
.L the Abater in Chancery, in this casa appointed, Apalachicola, Nov. 5th, 1S11._Gmupf the-ir names immediately, and those holding sub- pensive six times publications the of Europe" Willmcr, some of whichare country, engsgfd to take charge of it.
&
Smith'sEuropean
That the following sunn are due by the parties: scription lists will forward thorn by the first of October "price We intend ,to devote our time exclusively this '
Times.
8200 Reward -
hereinafter mentioned, t for the instalments: heretofore or sooner, if convenient. :
RUNAWAY from the subscriber about 1 Secondly-It contains a Price Current of all the season to the comfort of our visitorand we lute|
called in, oa their stock in the Franklin Communications:: by Mail must be post paid, to
itwo. "JOHN" insure attention. British and to be able, between us, to please all, and see that: :
Lin-1 :rut! :1pal.tchicuLa I Lot Company, public no- years ago, two negro men, great European markets, devoted
: livo is l ('rc'y dven! to the respectively, ( and.." ALBERT." Albert is about thirty- WILLIAM B. HARRISON. principally to the articles of trade and commerce none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson _
parties
I.. p..y the sum to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver "' five years of age, and about 5ft Sin in height, Editors in this and adjoining :States, by giving more immediately appertaining to the American will: have charge the house, S. R. B. tcowill J
ill .iiii together with the interest thereon is thick and heavily built, has a very black skin, the above a few insertions, will confer a favor continent, and in which the merchant, the trader give his whole attention. JOur
: : e.tu:I', which/will be reciprocatedth !
and is a of tremendous althetic make. Johnis duly appreciated, and and the man of business must feel immediate harges will be the same as heretofore, 1
from! the first day March! IS 13, or their rcspec- negro first opportunity. t an ,
I t tnv shires! will ba sold at public auction, in ac- about 5ft Gin in height, is stout, well made and JC/-) A Subscription list wili be found at this interest. On the score of rectness, the tabular $30, per month for Board and Lodging. Baths ,I

a ,.'.,i\l.uico with a decree of the Court of Chancery very muscular; his skin is hot very black, but offi SAVANNAH, SEITEMBKU 3, 18 U. figures, and the remarks accompanying the varI- I free. A fine stock of goods is kept here" and ; n
t tor th(' District aforesaid, to pay the several rather between that of a black negro and a dark ous markets, showing their actual condition, may sold at fair prices. These Springs are 3 > milts 3 ._
M.i-,uitsso: due and owill ; Sale first Wednesi molatto. It is well known to many, that the : Tax Notice be relied on, and are in fact an authority with north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green L

Dc c l11h! er next, to wit : above named negroes were at work around about IN conformity with an Ordinance, passed by most of the first houses in the principle cities of vine. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching -

i ,III'1 MeDII'.tl!, principal and interest, due 1st the vicinity of lola, for some time after the sub- e Mayor and Council of the City of Apalachicola the United States and Canada.: I here at all times, as the daily Stages connect

t M 1 irrh IM.'J I: ". . . . . .$1G'JU:: ( 00 J{ scriber left Florida, and they have frequently March 22d 1, I 181J, entitled "An Ordinance Thirdly-As a newspaper, it presents to the I :Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah, Augusta.; Macon
tllln, { :nil J. 'I'J lOrntO:1: 3,310 GlI'ut'i been seen during the last six months in that to raise a Revenue for the use of said City." American reader, in a concentrated state, and and Madison with Columbus and Greenvilleacd:

: !' HI;pJarn, or JIM assigns i were I II neighborhood, and it is believed that they are I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this where the interest or importance of the subject Hacks run daily from both places here, so there! ,

I i.d, li 'iteJ 0:1 th2 sdincdav and year. 972 7Gi still thereabouts. The above reward of $20J! day levied upon, and will on the 10th day of December demands it, in the most detailed and ample form will be no disappointment. A.four horse Slage -..

-. .t..!,:n i H. I lowelL. . ". . . 30-::) USi'.y will be paid for their apprehension and lodge- next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the every topic of political commercial, domestic and also leaves Columbus three times a week by tie Ii
a' : order of the lion. SunuctV.' Carmack, "mcnt in any jail, or otherwise, so that I get them, Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public miscellaneous interest which has occurred in Europe way of Hamilton) for the Springs. -

,t,i .1:''I'.p'r';e of the Superior Court of Franklin county, or $100 for either of. them.JOHN outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol- or elsewhere, since the departure of the The Proprietors will be ready to receive Company >

sli!I 1.1 I ApaUcliicola: 1 District of Florida. D. GRAY. lowing described property, as will bring double previous packet ; especial regard being paid to on the first May. D

I '1 I'. .T. MOSES, per JESSE F. POTTS the amount annexed, together with all cast and whatever is most connected with or relates to the SEYMOUR R. BONNEK. .;

Master in Chancery. St. Joseph, Oct. 14th, 18 M._olO 1m charges, of sale. political, social, and commercial well-being of WILLIAM G. JOHNSON

.. Apalachicola t August 10, liii.District J S20O Reward I Biocl\s. Lot To wholll :I ssessed. '$ cts.3G : the Union, or the adjacent British province. In The Warm: Springs are so well] known that fff Y' _
/ --- short, it takes a glance at every circumstance in do think it necessary to trouble the public with a

t ( thatliicola of Florida. RUNAWAY, or stolen", two negroesLYCINDA" 1 A. 'I'. Bennett,. . . :..:.). 0C' o which the inhabitants of the Great Western continent long array of certificates, setting forth their claim; i
la Superior Court-Franklin County. and JIM. -Lucinda left D2 -1 S to the well as the
can possibly feel interest. patronage of the invalid, as
j an It the
I ;I :1l4!unpse Loubat; IN CHAXCERY. .{{ about the 21st August ; she is between 20 } 15 c. .1.'.. ll ll'tlett,. . . bH ,.I.,.) Americrn reader in possession, the moment puts it man of health and pleasure. We will therefore l
t 111d 30 of dark 2(; 2 & 3
1 vs.Divid __ years age, complexion, deli- 5 comes to hand of whatever has only invite the attention of the reader to the following
it t I D. Cliurdiill! 3 Bill to foreclose Mortgage. I cate made, sway back, small hands and feet, good .3 3 r..JJil'llsal,. . . ? 50 the interval in, transpired during letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell,of Columbus -
I :ttjtearin-; ; : lo the Couit by alfidivit! that the countenance and extremely proud ; she was pur- 112 4 J. C. Bir sl; ,. . . ti :,0F1 commercial. Furopepersonal, political- and : ;
LT chased of L B Randall !9 & 12 Calhoun & Has,. . 10 i 00At i
t { ,Iid David D. Churchill, the above defendant J living on the Upatoie, It has attained -f COLUMBUS, March 23d, 1S-1J
:
9 miles from Columbus the 15th 1 John Evans.. . . :, 50 already a very }high character,
on
iesi+.iis hl" 'IIIl,1 jurisdiction of this Court, and January, Dear
and with Sir-It is due as the accommodating
may great propriety IJQ said you t
to containthe
tl ( <>ui III'! the! Territory of Florida, but within theI'.uti.l 1SJ3, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th inst., D2 1 & fJ ( Edmonclson 1 ,. . :.).(,r OOhnp'd BEST PRICES CURRENT the BEST I and courteous proprietor of the Warm Spn.ngs'hf
t"I Iw is a likely YO\1l1g fellow, 2U of and III :p& Hi5i' ; C'I I
:-\l.tt.-s : it i i-i ordered, tint! l publication be years age, SHIPPING LIST BEST [ Merriwcther It is due'the!
E'I John Gilmore . . ; and i is the EUKOPE- county- }
!!lid: in sr, ; once a week! for four months ref knocl-knecd ; wore oil'a straw hat white pantaloons 43 G "l' }"\. :rrJul:1': ,. . . 1 100( NEWSPAPER which reaches this country may where
}
1 from during the sickly to seek a place
for it season,
England in
and cloth coat and has left his 1 a Estate of John Gil1ispic 2 5 ; comprises a condensed
f ( cuirin: :; him to appear and answer the said bill of mother and 2 form of they can enjoy health and all the comfort: w _
." cniflttlairit! o-i: or before the expiration of that lather, and seven brothers and sisters ;:' consequently C2 G k 7 Jacob Harvey,. . . 7:10 twenty-four columns, every description of cultivated them w
) and refined to point
linn, or the said bill will he taken iw ronfissedft we have just grounds for believing (hav- Imp'd A2 7 Johu Kern ,. . . 3i0 news in of inferestof America, which had transpired I I I the Warm In society its Topographical, } situation

;;.titist him, and inch further order given in the ing found a free pass in the possession of one cf Imp'd 10( 3 John Kennedy, . t. 2)0: England and other Foreign pails, from the I it is Springs. inferior to no AVaterin,;

.c Jlrcmises: to the Court may seem justice. 5 the other negroes: ,) that one Lucy A. Bartea, and 8 2 J., C. Love. ,.. . . ? :1 OU sailing of of the!the previous up to the hour of departure 1 place, in the.unquestionably United States. The Medicinal virtues

I t'tvY-Test.) GEO. l'. BALTZELL, her son Washington Stevenson, has feloniously 17 3 William Low,. . . 300 Steam ship which conveys the forthcoming of its Waters from the Chemical analjsissw-p 1C

.1 A J. &. I... BRANCH, Clcrk.'I inveigled;: stolen, taken and carried off the.above ll2 11 Charles McKinney,.. 5'00. number. miffed to the the States GeologIst,
I Solicitors for Com )1is. named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her son Imp'd E'') 10 J. Martin,. . . . 4 25 QCr It will be sold at 12& cents per copy only. public by over Kne u'

Apthchit'lI1.t: ", 1 1 11. mll-lm absconded} from the house of Thos. T Bartee, with Imp'd A2 Ij l\Iitchclll\1a17.ell,. . 325 Amongst other numberous and flattering testimonials aud ever will exert a happy influence Hipertitisw J
matism
:: whom she and her husband: John R. Bartee, resided E2 :5 Jno. T. Myrick,. . 50o the Boston Morning Post, sbys : ; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; ci the
! : () OF ( ()-p\\frrt'R:! HIP.-I We are greatly indebted to this rher; Dysentary;Dispepsy, and all diseases:
I j DISSOLUTION the son, Washington:; on the 24th and Mrs. Fl 11 oselih Mitchell.. . 4 50 newspaper for
,hip of YOXUK: & TAYLOR Hirlcc on the 2'!>th of last month. She left disgracefully 12 9 K. McKenzie,. . . 5 00 our foreign, miscellaneous and commercial news. kin and Kidneys have only )
t i is t'ris i day dissolved: l by unit ml <">n*,;nt. TlieImjiiiess after breaking glasses and every thing III 4 & 17 it Maitland &, sons,. 7 00 One number of Willmer & Smith's European In addressing this note to you sir, I of!: some,

of the firm will l he attended to by C. C. in her power. We will pay twenty dollars for III !0 & 12. Peter and Jos Mitchel. 0 00 Times is'worth a whole tile of any other English complied with the earnest solicitations radicallvcuredor
\... kind friends who have been cither n
1 one, who will continue to practice: in the each; of the above described negroes, delivered to 15 8 A. J. Norris,. . . 300 paper. of the1yaters
Courts of Walton, Wa hiton.Iackson, Calhoun us in Stewart county, Ga., or lodged in any jail so 30 7 Ogden & Ferguson, . 1 25 Published at'Liverpool, just before the steamer greatly benefited by the curatives

A and Franklin counties, Fla., and in Henry: Dale i that we get them; and will 1 pay the balance of two hnp'd C2 00 Dan'l. Ryan, . . 325 sails by WILLIAM & SMITH. Subscriotion of the Warm Sp:lings. of high con*, DE
I t r and Colhv conntie*, Ala., and in the Court of FOUlt DOLLARS' PER ANNUM. I am, dear sir; with sentiments
hundred dollars (say lfji)) for the apprehension of Itllp'd.A} 00 John Ragan,. . . 225
f A j>peal!*, Tal l1ah 1 i asset*. : the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will Imp'dA2 ,,2 Frank White,. . . 300 deration your obedient servant' POSWE; "

Mr. TAYLOR J has located hun11 ii ;l\>lie-\ convict them foriicgro&tcalinir, as the law directsin .7 4 Thos. 1... 'Vingate, . 2 75 IT is. the intention of- the proprietors of the J. J. r',
,'Hlela.. and will practice in all the Courts of EUROPEAN TIMES To Col. S. R. Bonner. __
such cases made and provided. I"2 15 [Ilem yWilliams,. . 6 00 to publish EXTRAS, con-
!. that Circuit, and the adjoining: counties in Florida JOHN P. BARTEE. PETER HOnERT, taining a digest similar to the 'European Times, ] OF CO.PARTNERS: ;

it. t c. c. YO\I: ;i E, THOMAS( O. BAHTEE.Stewart City Tax Col lector.Apdaclhcola but more condensed: price three cents per copy, DISSOLUTION of CHESTER, FAR1OR 1 con- A

JOAN. 'fA YLOH. Co., Ga., Sept. 25th, 1SI J J. o7 Gt1Ahf.1,2J0 June 7th, 1841. jelS: 'din which I shall have forwarded by post and railway McGRIFF," is this day dissolved by !mutual duly
Apalachicola, Oct. 13, hi J._o'2' 1 mTTOS1ERY. express, in a few minutes after each steamship'sarrival ; sent of the parties. Hugh M. Farrior'f?s
t : ( ( buJis Coarse Salt of PEACH nnANDY-14 bbls business
a superior Old
Peach Boston
and which
OLD be obtained in authorized unfinished h
may to settle all the
3 r .-A full assortment of Ladies and kJ quality, just received on consignment.For and a small lot of Old Mononaahela quantities at very low prices. said firm. WILLIAM CHFS'

\I I' JLJL Gentlemen's Hose and half J Hose. sale by Whiskey, now landing, and for sale hy EDWARD WILLMER. : HUGH M. FARRIOR.cGRiFF *

J \, .,1 For sale J by B ELLISON( & CO., RAYMOND & HARD1N 1 OUSg( STONE & Co. EUROPEAN TIMES" OFFICE:, ) EPHALY J M '

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