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"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
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>.
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Commercial advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048473/00147
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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: September 16, 1843
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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To all whom it may Concer "
For the purpose of raising a ltevenue tbr the ase of the City 6o0 tIchicola.


Drs. Armistcead & Oreen,
\VINOl associated themselves i the practice
of" Mlied\iineP rpdnel l'llv noffe their seruvics tn

al Day starsF th1t ape your eyes -Aih m Dot' ]ti,49
or the year 1843. i 1-- iblic in the various branches of their profession. Fo rarbow galaxPe er1' creati 1 Wp
Abr the year 183. From rabow galaxies egrt s rea
Section 7. Be .it further ordained. That the Tax Col.cloor shall.n hve power, and i.hereby author- Auust 12, 1h43. ABde o herqeily *ta l -
ised, after Ihe expiration of the aforesaid ten days, to make distress and sale of lht6r*,^js and clhattels. Eieward Dill & Co. As a libation! :, 1 1 "
lands aud tenements, of ail delinquents Ifoir taxes aforesaid; Provided, 6ht nuice of sue shall be given h o UtCTIONEERS ; COMaIrSSION wERCHoNTS s _,.ni' ,
t1y atlvertisement in a public neyspjper. at least ten days previous to the dAy of atl, ws, *.Atress shall W e-tYe malin worsbi)pera! who" b ndi
be of 9oods and chatt.ls. anid when the delinquent has no gouds and chatiels, then till m tenementss, pcila Fla. Before the prisn sun, God' lidrt-i '
ol said delinquent may be sold, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to pay the .bttE-witi Libera advances made on all coasiggments to them. Throw from your cbasheea a sweet ab .t
y. ..ti .,lt -ai es nt us ed.t t erar.wll b
all costs and charges thereon; Provided always, tlha the Collector shall ge.g_ i nj pe auL.et b ailoess entrusted to their care will be Incense on high!
paper at least three months previous to rhe-sale of any real -estatef ta fe'da ie,-"- i ' .P- _. tas-- -- M- '-. '., i.'. i v%".-_
leasi six months notice of the time and ptYco.^fal t st itti '- e bright Mosai !..(ltb:ned b1'"1 -
teuenenls, aud the Collector ihal! only %l s,'e^ --^uSff k
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euF~ c~ h II;~tC~~I'r i~~47 Y-"5~our fool rus create!
Frlastt h1 eVdir i3ertigd t aforesaid, a -' ^n ofih-iier eent, iP ron tie an^Traised, or to beZV WNSL-Ow.. or forms create .
raised, by such sale. S- -. WVoT.T c o. Nev Orleans. 'Neath cloistered boughs each efilgral ,lli ot i$wink-
H .R. % (311) & C ew Orea s.eth,,
In coiifor:nity with thle above Ordinance, I vill .sell at Public Auction in Apilachicola, Aig. 26, 1843. l th, r .. "
,l uhrclu <'i~. ilj. *. i,-And tolls its perfume o 4 te pai a4%
tront of thie Apalachicola -Exchange, on the first Ml;)nday in December next, aso W. W. Woodland a& C O., Makes Sabbath in -ihe fields, and ever rin tb
much of the fiollohrig described property as wil! pay the amount of taxes due, coIMlslJ *nIt \',-Now,. 18 C mmerce st. A call to prayer!- ^
thereon, together with all dosts and charges. Roe y', Not so the domes, where crumbli'ng arch and WI-
PEooerl 1Iyers, unto
P TEl bIt HOB.KR I, City rax Collector. AUCTIONE EK-No. 28 Water street. test the feebleues.f mba] mialhmaf, ,
Apaachicola, May 29th, i843. Ap..ia -la i Fla. But totlia fane inosi catholieand saoQml ;..
Apalach I at a Endla
__^ ; > ^SALES every day in the week. Which GOd hathple ,H J, : '
Description 0]" i ~ Amount due tor thle year.&GONIINMECAT
erty. TO WHOM ASSESSED.Amount due the year. AUCTIONEER CasMIS SONr MERCHANT that cathedral boundie% as eur wonder.- ,
Wh- quenchless larpil e'snnwild mooti'Oufilpyi
Bl'ks. Lots. t843 11-842.11i41.11840.1183.j ITotal., No. 46 W after street; I -)?^ It. as, s n t e
&choir -tire winds ondl.waiiri, its organ thunder)
B 1 2 7 Barker & Morgari.... ............ 21 602400 } $45 60 uon residents. B. S. Hawley, Its doir, the sky I .
C1 3 & 16 Estate ol Wade Bur,-:hrd;.:...... 15751750 1200 45 25 1 W1OLESALE DEALEKR IN DRUGS, PAI.NTS, "
F i & 12 Calhoun & Bass,. ............... .20 25 22 50 22 50 13 5015 00 9375 ..; OILS, GLASS, tc., &c. There as in solitude nnd shade. I wander .
H1i 6 VlI. -CGisolm,..................... 450 500 950 .. No. 27 Water street, Apalachicola. Through the lone aisles astretch upon the s6fd,
C2 0 t0 A1e0 H. BAwsh Awed by the silence, reverently ponder < '
3 -.4 Bryan Croom,............... 11 70 1920 300 ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW, -The "waysof God ,
5 1& 2 araaFa ". ..
'BD 3&716 Mariauna, Fla. Your voiceless lips, oh powers, are liviag p.reaclers,
i-- of tld \3 0 36 iO iS" ~frill'pr'!(ir; in thc, Courts of Fron~klin, Ja~cisn
1 3 0 ckson, Each eup a pulpit, and each leaf a book,. -
D2 10 alton and rVashington cm nties. Supplying to my fancy numerous teachers
H, 5 & 16 (G Emonson,.... ....... 17 101900 36,10 .. James i. VatWsoe 1From lonelistnook 1 I.
3 10 ) Estate of dgo L .f;ddllebrook,.. 4 38 24 75 29 13 .. COUNSELOR AT LAW& NO'T'ARY PUBLICFloralpotls that in dey splendor :,
i'l half &16 1 .e Orleans, L Wee without sin and blush without a crime,^
F 10 & 11 ,seph Miitchel,.................. 18 00 2000 3800 .. .cfcrs to-o-i.udg torv Oh? may Ieepien and ne'er surreori"
10 1 L s t -Simdn Gtd trycla L .Oh may 'I deeply learn anid ne'er surreii
rK2 on eour love sublime! "
,a12 18 Kenith A-cKenzie,.......... 1 70 900.30011351300 .5805 ... Georgc 1' Benker, Esq. e
63 9 : uiadeut itululis. ,Thou wert not, Solomon, it all thy glbry "
F2 9 A T "AN E A. sttw -tiAW Arrayed," the lillies cry, '" in robes liie.6wprae
35 10 octavius Mlitclhel,................ 135 1 50 t 050 4 A 35 .. Coiu tlIl. A. How vain your grandeur! oh, how tiansitory '
9 2 John T Iyrick, .................. 270 30 60 300 300 11.70 .. Are human flowers! .
Hi 9 & I2 Esate of peter fitchel,......... 8 1 900 60 230 6 o 37, Yenge- Taylor,. ... *l --::: ..-. "
'2. 8& 9 Estate of Colin' vitchei,....... .i 99011 00 209 ) AT TO R N -IXS A T< L A Wi a the sweet-scented pictures, heavenly artitl!
30 7 den& Fegusun,............. 360 200 5rat60 .. .. Miun, Fa, With which thou painted nature's wide-spread bal
25 2 W W Richards ............. 225 .250 1 ;50 6255 .. Chandler C. Yonge, .: .- .that a delightful lesson thou impartest '
11, 6 Leslie A PholR S.,ri ........ ...... 3 15 '3 50 6 6 1 Jno. B. .yl,,. : feb3 1y Of love to all! ,
825 9 & 10 Estate of' Jos1 \V Whhte5.......... I 40 6 00 630 810 25 80
S hralf 16 & 5 AustinW llas,.I......... .144016 00 1510- 45.50 "" A. G. Seamnies, Not useless are ye, flowers! though 1`04e. for pies-
Shalf &5 Astin Wtliams,................. 144016 00 l 10 1520 ATTORN E I AT LAW, su re, .
5 5 E.tate of Joh llespie,........ 3 37 37 6 15 10 19" "' Apalachicola. Fla. Blooming o'e fields and ware'by diagliyiit .
5 -ame 1 .............'......6 25 66 Ii- Correspondents are inllrmed that 66 letter will be taken From every source your sanction bid4wwtti&S W --
.D& 11 gt1 E1Ett1S Chiltendl., ........ "10 9 00
Dl 1 & 1212 .& SChm ............ 900 9 out of the Post Office unless the postage is paid. Harmkss deeht. -" ,: ,^-
".122 3A& 14 "" i ". -. rmless d;r .. .-,"-l'"_
31) 12 & 3' rr,.i,., i.-, .2~1 00, 21 06 'it ef 4:'K?
2 8'. 4 *: Dr Meachain, ....<..... -.-. --" -'2 t/ " ---: ., .. i ... "* .'- '' N.fE' ,RLE NS',. Each trading calyx a memennto mori, .
11: i 7 Isaac Nrahans & AK Al7ii-,!.... *2 30 300 .3 ori "A ed
28 31 J C Love,........... 500 390 390 H. ....... ( ... i f ou-t of hep -
R. ... LL. L.Pattersont .p e-. -Posthumous glories angel-like collecildif! -
4i B0 [10 arvey i al ........ 90011 10 20 10 ....fe to-Melss.^"%anunsel White & Co.- Upraised from'seed or bulb interrl! iiih, :1 ^
il 7 &14 Hawthorn & Woods,. Y ar to me a type of resurrection .
1. 8 Wm P Inarahamn, Jr.,...;.. ..... 2 40 3,00 540 .. jrvl \\iilh'iusBOgairtEsq. Aud second bl6 "
14- 7 Winm Power .. ........ .;:...... 2 00 270 3 00 7 70 Law Notice. ; ... -' : :
46 1" Eiabt ... Were 1, oh God! in ehturehiesa lawls remainirq.
46 ... 12r Elizabeth P.,ll...... ... ..... 2 50 200 4 50 "" W r G.; 1DAVIS. has returned to thepac- Far from all teachers andi from all diraige,
I. f 2I J 2 Gorrie & ita 'raylr,.......... 60 400 7 6) reitents. e oftheLaw_ e is prepared to. at to Myc sti.imt;
5 U 12& oEse''f L'eis WLland,.......t18 23 8 53 20 254698 .. fic- Feb. 1i, 183. : .i. feLl :
1 A: V 3"Z5 ."'Ir":1r"T adR .W ie IRIENDLY LETTER TO THE" REV..-IDR.'
F 11 fharls feviinney, .............. 450 750 12 I 0. T. Ward W. WhiteBEECER, OF INCNNATI, OH 1.
; F2 16 W l! Harper....;....... 300 300 6:00 .. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW BECE O NN
4 5' .Etatoffan>.iSiWoe,....292527.50 5675 .. Tallahassee, Fla.- BosTon, Sunday Evehilig hA ,3,t. 1
6 _i 3" i5 B K 1... [2 frAVING associated themselves in the practice SIj--The newspaperesae veiot the abIrmantiioC
1:6 R rayioi................. : tl o ihe tw .under the fir iof -WARD &, a deeourse telivered by6 yAn aRtt D B hail James n, so.... ,...,..... 250 2 .. .:;. ; : WHI'TE,- will attend rezul, the several Courts of soon after that buildingeame initthe pikt_ ie,
3 00 nt sir ...y,:.-. ;...... 11 00 .. the Middle and Apalach-ol. Distnct, and the Court present proprietors. W ban thaf diseosiseiim f&F-
C24 4 of appealss at Tallahassee. ed1lw-is n : Loui, neatly onb lhi.u0W.itMr.o1
0 1 11 a m on~Lo useinesis has b~i dgbi thil l dfi
'2 5 ih, orr,.................. 7 ,507 .-L5 a ... BLtou. Buaines* has rl.gbt me tif tt a
2 ?r ...... .. .... oparlttership. leave to address you a W li6. d.-&t A l
26 t Unclaimed Lots,..............R, 3-5350 3 50 1015 ^'^ HE undersinedl have associated theaelves for 1your Addreas, coenceiing there ftb' stnitWSi t,
"-L36 Trn s. .. 6' .r .d" ld 1 75 l75 5 the tracnstioon of-a ze,,eral FACTORAGE 'if correctly reported, soanewhat *ci6wpie
5, .. :... ;.... .. 3 ,5 45 & COMMISSI(N BUSINESS, lnder the firm ast, likely to be so cotdMered by l -t
H11. 3 1 5 4 an4hsyeof. a ...: WM K :Al::., INI make nb altogy for adding r'nt 'th d
--: .... .8 ', -........... ...,. -1 R P. C. KAIN. columns of a newspaper. We are pe ItI9-
XL,0I,-41 .)muh of the WI ,ar! Lot*s belongiizh ToIe i'he A-LAL 'IHICOL-) L LAN D CO." located at the Ap;,lachico in. 1'st June, 18-13. jel4 3t I.j 6.:
foot of (Chesnut and Cenlre streets,. :is will pn'y the bitnce due hi,. Ciiv l'or t.'-es tbr the vear 184;: 3 \tiGI GNG--60 kiieces ladia Baggiag, now lavd- for '1 blunes is' my rtadi*sl- am- tgttatbt" "
being the -win of -even huadred'and fifty-threc dollars and thirty-eight cunti, (S753 5 cents,) ad all .in. .ro. chr a"n itrodqction. Y 1$7, 5- Ari p 'd a'the
costs andti charges of sale. E-- n :r = nGospel-grhnotiigbauna..tor-a Agt enr.
S A|l'hip(l~a~, May 30ilh, 1643. It !-~Ul:>.\ ; 1 [lty Tax C ollector. J DAY & CO, Water t. at that, in every sey OfM the iotd ;--mlWor,
-session of a princely' telcl'm, as paynint io-
PINfERS' & BINDERS' WAREROOM., James Cotlner. \UTION-All persons are hereby cautioned -ti the cause of the i.n e Lnd l9wly jas.in
S ,, .. .' : ... T YPr FOUNDER, CO)NER OF ANN AND C against Irarhnig for a noteofrhail, drawnby etruegig fora reariofth si nlii
os.;; ,:29- &31 ,,old ^reetNew Yrc, apr., t843. 1I N sS,,Ul S rRE E- 1, NE W. YRKl me i" favor of one Hartfield. of Bainbriugd, Geo., -o s &astg.ptaye.--oill arl}
1 Ptres Oreaty IdKtedtC- .- V e:- Pl(.:C tK'uL, ,nl nrms liis old patrons and as the noadirion for whteh:- aid nnle was given has "i'neore by aSPlanrig l; in'thp eharact.,
"i: H "HOtE" PiRiNTINML PRESS~, i. ,!te lf blic generally, that he continues to man- "*y clti. l ALDRDE. our courtsot J a,
r {N E ND .W ,^NUFA.P TRY^ m ,eUre ad sply ever, ;article used in the _itiuC Apalachicola, Auig. 184n.4 --n* mto.iiasa hast 4oV j1re.. Iii

r consequence of (ter addiction of new and improved, busoner. al wenlr acesto ,J^eoitype alo rnbs that 'ay ( CTIE-AIl arsn ns agsiBat the "t.ait'ie rll .' iei c H^1U & Q
Smachinery to their wbrk,. and the edu'tion the -th ette t"Peter W. Coulter, Sr., dqteaed, will moTPrald^^^ ^
L~~~hircn .~at rf presum if' Uae6r, tOdsrae),
S cost ot materials ani lIber, ar, enabled grreatly to re- tO "nmsi w P'__ -W -he has p eeusively ee.l er duly aurentiyaa ti th' e ti pre -.^... ;. t 'n r s- te
e .lue the prices.of.their presses and of Pr.. -er ...'a so a:P," .e,u's. anrl t. s.,y that Ire is to be found aIt _,y lawr....-atulewill b- r of .. ,- ","
- Bin4ers' material 'g-neallly, as will be seen b-y th- the ol u es a*ted .auod corner ,, A rn sami aau their recovery. A. ,I.,UIP. X. o .......... .? _-_-
newly prio ted circular, to which they beg leave to st e u lly tr par. d t1o excue any orders tthat fie .;.-r.r nna,.-.Aug, 13. $A.---m -. .-, rlmn r, tg'^ ,4. t_. ,, n& W f
Y refer. may be hollorsP with; and t lat tlie type mantl|actnl- -- "..-m|'ll u 'lt .t.i- T .. r ,.
This establishment 'i still u-n-er he personal.. red by h"n i fro' a S'LE C'TIOr 'O' FACE. 'CE--AIl p-rsons rc forbid hrtrboris'er uprof.ablybe he.gpal tort tiog.
.1 ...... --%-cf R1CH'De ^^ H )E l, D,,,T TbKEN FR:)M HIS OLD SPEtn.iENS, to,- M Irustiug my wife Carelihc, she. havmg left ny rf. A theprt o(_-ou d i ob eqtll f j lg .e .' .
l ."tP., and th^y assure ihir ftriendstl,t antwirh' .geller with a numl, r of addl,,io.,dofa SUPER OR taed J.nd bnrrd wirhoui doFt rp.^Tatir,, lwl pa1 tiu9y ttue e-p he--ra.d hfare .t. re.atolm .
,I :....dinK 'a: rt^^i ...... ..t ....:2_ :__. __. .' U C IFr; that he isenabled tOi al)ply Tli&S as well as no dehts of her gi ntractitag ing m:il date. you must qDtert.om a .4<.^ -mt & I, ,, {
-1alldl~ lln me j(H~tll ,tuu m. IUII l 1 u i CB IILU dn. lt u g.t -- ;.. .. __* i.' ~ rrn n^ti t- -s\HtT' J' nt l m n l mn I, 11 'll i f nf "i j &B I a. .
i mnanrlllltc relll ihy ihia estahlishmUnt ahall retain the >lnTS, of ,"le [I bP t. l.-ul u ..e an- '" s. H, a"iTH, t -- T Io r_2"_ eB^, ', .
Shih rp....atio which they hbre iritlerto .,,,ained.t Oi a reatly "~n^'^raJ quality of metal. He is also en-' Apalachicola, Aug. 17, 1843.--3 ,'tor-h i. tsa L not T.a .; p.e.rjif.
, I wilt also be their co,,,,ant endeavor r to p, pro ve the in la P '. a 'v n. g... r 1. pro s,, .. ...a B rok r .. .....v .. :, .i l. e.< = ._
f .- lh "f *h.' ,n P 'ru .i ,-nipl"lar Th aln stenaive ,,erri s et tfw and highly j OrnamemtaF ;__ .,?-?"u,, j n,. JtYu are uid to ^re .tmad.-yq_.u .fUim.. f-
. .quamelyes st lnero oet a rendsw arill nV sater Artel*J. ,rrrr, em"-nt. are Iale wafth the ,nanufac. T [ HE PLA'ERS can find he subscrber at on the Ttemont b.," ,o.. ..'rtw3^'
:cnin l ./e.ve~O,)~ r,-l=~ lr~ ... t....:'t.,..o ... ,.il tlt res ,l" P, ,,,.i. .,,I ot her P'ritit,, ,t c ateria i. tka vd ~i .ie.ic.,,pahc"a.?~t fa.I i I i -arER8.c ir h uriea r~ and rom i theTeon g.yr~ I".*m .... bti sd ,o~l~t jne
y S ^.be~T^ W h9 ~s .e er^ v w 1^t~rpso^ ------ "<-r Pritma mateial ihl ..,;; i ^ offie in Ap rchae. eM fall eady and|r~mi pi to gdy ". e ",,.t,,;, ,hal,, t, .... ;eh ,he .... bea, e"able hi ntm to execute ol',ler ai expediollsly as aiy imlP t o =sel ,oo a Jnd w,, be thankliLu for a ,jlha.a tlo lt-mighlty Od lor IrWviou ch.ng,,u jlr-c
.a.t b. other I,,-,,,t er iu tht. U ninn, and dn as favorill.. ......,h. ... =e sh-Jare ot their patrona",e. H e feels coono. I frident lh I lihic w en the a t. If t n ( l, u atWO...I'.
.. arltcles^ ^,, A ewnimen ia anoye. he iC~rase of n. n.i b.. -..-usg; his best exertions, that all p--art,es will be chn^B-_s Holy Tm ....p" ,, pra....a -t t -W'"

_- ,used^ hv, Pruint o r ae includitry i Vr an ,L, ic. N.B.-Newspapri copvin the. ,ve. dvermse- sanfiud. ...... res wight soon become e-Tnp* ,,_.odai ..
se V Print' orBi~rs, including Typer. frik. I A u,_, ust 12, lM3, n' t rigetW004;~
Paler.l(c., will! be executed with .biegrabest caree .t Iee s,. ;,"..j forwardI one opy ontnin- AuuB. STAR. eir gret head. mg iei. dri
I. pr, .nl..ifud-. and oil .e i'e.t _erm .. in. it, A.,l[ b, enlttle4 t I, their pay in Type providedI. to hs appropriate home, i T botw ,
bill Oft p t u tim-e..til.. ni' "bemade. -To Rent. -ire said to have dwel"t -1tirmu1,,
S o.lhbing work and repairing will be d6hne a, tle a bll oF*otlr tmes rll.eaIOnO be nladle. .romthe .t Ol ober next, li.e Stores Nos. a=y w^ ^tl.. ..2^. -
,e liwe.-lt possible prices, with every attcution and e*- Lilrd &'..innpr! Laird Laun t 31 and 32 Water street. Apply to -erttd of thetta that -teIre'w ..a-
It.diFio. I EN LARD AMPS B B.. S HAWLEY, y aot t b wertSS
r [* v r ;. l~tpy ,rviv a n, ,t riltatli-g3 ChV' 4,th less than 2e14h 18 3 7 W ate~rslre. M h vif |. m t.i~ .,
t N B.-All.I article mantufartured by fihs es(hlishh- i a n hril i lih i les ta ; 1"ii.- 4. 7 Watesreet. na i-they _were the rrAtt _i ,,
,l F the--he etw --. oil. ------_7keepers.. .
-nent witt be s5tanrilel "-R HO)E & Co." o (lar per- -llt th. x"e', e of Oil. os -eepers are in- L80 pieces lr:lia COTT'ON BAGCTING; [all.]--the great suctat eioheftgehers ia6Q(aera.
:sons from abroad may'bot be ihe ,mposd upon with -, e, to call "". see tllemr. l y l op; rn C!tgra a" d, 88era6ewrLiM. b rlt
-odq K ~OL~RRIentucky Bale Rope;-,clr4add+ton sefi*%;-wt
spurious articles, nmade in imitation of theirs. For sfloe hap h'r cas;, by 5 bs NC lasaes; aa their inorl a
[+ : .. ... \ II '[EM\ARS31 I G I ARDSON, +: 35 bbis N C Molasses; . o away their in trtortai soalsw,"."; .:,
Printers of newpaers wo pbllEsh this ad- RICRDSON, For; are by Nuw. Mt. Beeeher, read nvertht Abtbv"wttfllg
P~lr~rr oi ewjaileswh plllls Ihi IJ DA' A_- C 0C., 'Water st.' while, quietly sittiing injour closei, aud htra irartb :
ertisement. with Ihis ote, three times before the t RDN SEED.-Jst received-fullpply ebi CO. ater. i
of July next, and send one of their ppers to us, wil X of tresh Gar Sed. embrainevery variety LAX 50 Ibs Flax, .Ik in pri :Do. not your. denun i t
Ianhel i ~n Se ded. einbracion vry vri ry I,AX, -55( h lx D 0 prnntiP~~id
,be eotitled to payinent of their bill on buying fourF i ; For 'e y T Forsale by B.S. HAWLE you as being ratherwlondthe w sa/e-order? tH''
times the ainouni of it, febI8 8. S. HAWLEY, .7 Water st. je3 2 Water street, different-ho widely dit"re-wi h 9
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*^ila pEilli^ ^ a ta -BI BaZor, ng>
!'~ %m,!atIg to Ali*f f eig .te." Legal
,lvr*uerti,noults of which the term of publication Is
,:, ,fixu dbyh.aw0 wtll oarty be excepted from this rule.
Tua early Advertisers a lib rd\l discount will be made
;:,a alt all ddverti e-e;n.-its 'uot Strictly appertamiiiin tp
"i! their own imr.livid-idl accvett,'ah we,1 as rAll legal
alveitse.netsit dent in by then, will be charged at
Sthe a iual rates .
*i~i Qiaddtaieeiiat.qs of candi ites pr office; will bi
Clrge~l /tliJ d<,ars for isesrtioa dariugtte canvass,
.J" payable' 1 all i[;sts in advance.
t/ '",.n nuaieatiotijW, r a4inisible, (of a personal
jioiJ Sgoi Is, e_.; wil' be charged for as advertisements,
.a the discretion of the editor.
Si:N,.I--Clha current ootes o" any of the sovent State
;. iBanks intne tre Union, 4il1 be received in pay-
: 'tit for sat:;cription to, or for advertismeieints pub-
,- tisved in this paper. No) attention will be given to
.ay. order, unless the ,nouey or a Post-inc>ster's
:he. :eartiacats that tt has been reiirtted, accompanies it
Apalachicolai Fla., Dec. 4Ith, 1842.
:: "Tdu QUR-ft ATRONS.

f-7 6;"O'U400ing is a- extract fraoin thre regulations
>, s;! ,: oJ'f the Post-Office Departrme't. ,
Rs~tamCM~l~os S ua*l-v % Post-naaster may enclose money
"iu a litter to Hue Pjinlsher of ai na,49apaOV, to pay ine sui-
_~!spt lIion of i t"ird pSa&aa, atl frank tte letter, if written
*'by hitwelf." ,.i;
Sh;Soine aubscribers tiay not be .:ware of the above
:.- re Gilation. It will be seen, that, by requesting the
Pot-nmaster, where, tbfy reside 1t4 frauk their letter
.ootaming -suliscrilifion .noney, he will do so upon
-i:baina satisfidt:tfixt the' lettereointairr nothing but
whterfers&o the. subscription 'Te-Post-master's
:.ertiftlcate of'sueti reimita'nce, still be a sulficient
; ireeipt therefore. *
? '' ';: PROKP bA i'LUS
sTO,.. Ctt '::'f

-,:* Olac p iutc:Ifor.nztioa on t ie s object of e(lgant
fhlan .d enaisrin hilara$re,. gwerim inltdlence
-:-;b0* VJirwin g ajirsdi n e6ry q artery of the 1vo, l ;
y. politics, iegis'r i .and other public dh bales ; cot-
mar-c e firm and the osef l aIris h 4rwf critt-cdi
n otices.of bloks. ,usi, Vie drana, and tures;f
e. ,.and'geteral ,iseadlaR,ns affairs. -, i ;
is'. always t iydlerstood. whe, a uew candidatetfor
i' ,Iuhlie. avor apways,- offering an OihUtiounal Joir-
.nat or Periodlical to the ou nber! whith ptreiousty
0 eabounrlio th'e to*ntnunity. tiat those who under-
Stake is.e0rt"auct and ,naage'nent believe They have
.:.trks ut fSme new feature, nave Hiclu'l.feil d `1n,
Shithdrto-omitted specTes of itelliaitce.e with aM)re
lucil iolfoiriatlon on the subjets embrrdc,,l' ilt l tivi
plan. propose oin'e- nore apprpot>ia~te irn^Rinu ent fot
:'their Inmatter, or offar a hirt r qtiawity inl proportion
J, t>"riee., Instead oof oltriu- aqnyoise of thh'sce ;.van-
rages. however, the oonductore of PHK AJs:.a to \ME-
: HIA.I adetly iUtiUMt0 thai their j .in ]A poses to
include al that have ieetl here suppoidl)od
." nA.decliiaig. to truImpet tht pirtses of the Asio
z AiBL-ca- by. a leu.1 Iaast,'.there are, norathelemi, a
-' few oBre, ef introduction which jusi tice tis the intended
S. Jounrrial demnansla to beloudele. it is the earnest ob-
'-!ect.of the .Ppeeneteor-an l -I h'.ith object ihey will
..*eaditi MP! a1sriu,1u4"lv cVml..vv,mir to carry luit.i,
r (ake*, dii fl ,'1-stanldin the worl.l of> .I riilizih;
o:oKIad.whadtover defectwlhtey' ma;yn imntlie lyv (ali Into
*'*wtreaffec to til -:1-themetebal never corimi ot my. l. tr Hi bwo e,-1 tx
i.BnaBd"i tBoitrh ooil rbrendit Alift tiles .s;tished
..pertttipesofsocia4 life.-' rh-v will -tuI, III t lIeHer
ary portons uf the Joursal,'to i'f lihe!v witl,,it Ievily,
solid withont dlleOss.-ertd to five a1 duetl tiroortion
1i-f',6ehh. In the geterat hitir'lin'tion r 's|)r-ri pu, Ib-
tV: lie masters they ad, pi Iiie r'a-i- i )I L \1 altrItIr
..Frpasir,""; and'afthou..h'i hy ,in.iv ,srI- h,-iriwu iewq.
--tiidly armi-lielpnfd e ntt ly. ,,'!','IP' questins
t .tttym usr never to he foCund degenratm, iol violin
:', (If~tixnstt.' ,- *
.1 ; peprd ifiestois fllter thetflilyfv wlnl. the passes.
*'1.ibft'of-'R tofiderabp experiet Ill 4n M w'lpaper ih.m.
1, *Glrefent, Matd-wiih R a2rhftIg de-,ire t,, pie,r'-e-na Ihe.t
-'i taLer fr hi boVA of public eonouragemennl. anil t' i;
':-trnltfatt'tae t REl a"Boug Ihf;'Ednoril rdepartimeit lt
:dMI,'M 1. tD. l*rf ,i O,'who has w) long beett' before
the pblialtbrouh his engagements in 4Tni AL
*'-.IW9^ -" '*1ll wilit Ras though, uhller, htertr)
.,t14bWrt a Hwff"ctt amarintee is offered frb the quality
*iTht Aiet-o AMinMi16AT9I'a coltnmsi
,, 'iVJPvit t wicR'Atv-l I published every be "S
dy 01 the'4ffide-of the if1ropri1ors, No. 6, Ann
.* esv.'" "Terme, Tbrev. -.l arasfranhnum.to be pail
*ditifa isldonaee, aod nbo feiiation witH iQ apy cas
*'a*ri'rittrrorta the Ca pid% of subscription,. J*h

.'I -oj1 ft' ti;a4ed' On stilperior paper, with ;t ba4util'i
i 'ity'st''b ttl~s y'for the work; it coorain9r":rs1lr,
',Jnibitli6t1YW nlatter as any other Newspaper in thi
.. ,antry;' t leette press is diligently and carelull
read, to free it from typogYaphical errors, and th
pre-wortf neatTy awd -elearly execufel.
.- *-.0.tIa Md&t with on the usuil terms All or
"'."'^"" ., to be dressedsd to E.'L." GARVIP- &C (o.
b 'it.r.hrt No" 6, Ann Street,'New Yor&.
c' w* ,Evt. Postmaster,-6 alty other Individua
'lB't"i _tl-ii e ln Five new snbscribers, and remilt $1;
current mopvy, free of dsliage. shall receive a fre
..cqpy of Ttir AGLo. -o.' itilcAn one year.
*W, I, d'.- heertiHaa.;
Si00 pieee S86uthern. Fancy and Orandlrill stripe
tw. ,:. 4 e0tin gnmnlts J DAY & CO.,
1 00 _9.-' Watre st.
MOR'l -,ltOa, ks of CORN.
'.' F9,r sale cheap by
feb3 No. 2d Water st.

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Thus, froinm lthe inal beginning of 7,:315 ini., -l;
animal mail carriage, aild an expenditure of -$40.00o.
has t[lis arisen to be one of -he most useful and ii
portant Departments of our Governmiet, requirim.
the agency of about-,14,000 postrinasters ard their
clerks, 3,000 contractors, besides a L.,rge numbei'con-
nected with the Department in various ways, To
carry on ilhe ciomplicate- I machinery of the General
Post Office, in all its mintife (elails, without confu
siun, requires wyasiem, method, and iu'siness tlilei*
of the-b highest order, 'foresight, capacity, and-.1n at-
-tentro-n 4o the bt.iotss of the Department unceasing
and unre-mitting,--'Vat Init.
. '. '. .. : .: ; N A A L : + "i
T-. bhipgs wewr a busy a-peur at this Navy yard, a
liho.ugl t e number of laborers eoragtl is not ver)
SI The frigate .Raritan, lies off the Yard in the streak
with all her standing riggii:iup. Her battery liesin
the Yard ready to be put ,n board, and, what is some-
Sthing remarkable, she will b- th,.roughly fired for sta
before %i.e leaves this port. "
Trhe'ibeaier /rinceiyn .s in verv foIwanri stale.
and, if need be, cutld be tlliched to imorro%. Sae
is contpletely coppered--ha..s rll lier engines ou board
the propejler has been "'slipped," and the painters
are :aloriting her outside, whille the carpenters are
pl,,aing the decks and putting Rp the ia e workaboiit
the'siark rooms. The boilers, three in number, liein
.the Yard, bul.will not be put on board until after the
Her crew will.number one hundred and ivrnty five
imer, and it is supposed when ready for sea she will
draw sixteen feet of water.
The appearance of the vessel is very tpe, and the
general Impression is that she will be a fas sailer.-
Her engines are magnificent specimens of woPrlkMan-
shtp, and reflect the highest credit upuu Lhbe bu'ilderf,
MessrK. Mierrlck and Towne.
The "Germanloum.-Nolti oing has aR yet been done
towards the work of bu*ddug tihe aluo Uernatiloun.
The timber is being go.ou't, bid. as the keel mniat be
laid in the house which tihe Princetlon now occupies,
nothing can be done uhtil the launch of that vessdl.
.- Bropkly~n / Niw N METHOD OF FINDING A eAiP's 3'O@iTiON AS
SEA.--Csptian Thomnas H. Sumnier, o' Boston, late
master of the ship Cabol of N-w Y,,rk, claim., to have
discovered Wnil'illible method of finding the true
latitude and longitude of a ve.,el on any ocean or sea,
by very plain and simple calculadiou. "C:iptain Si.n-
ner has, we believe, published a hillO'wo.k on ttr
subject, Speaking of the discovery, the Bosoln .h er-
cantile Journal says: 'It constitutes one oflle most
remarkable improvements in navigalion which has
been made during the present century; and this dis-
covery has been made b Captain S'tuner. A cor-
respondent of the New Bedford Mercury states that
it is highly recommended by Profsaor Peirce, of Har-
vard College, by a conilttre of eavl of,etra by the
Boston Naydal Library and by thai worthy and mado-
idtiagble son ol' thie ocean, Jo-ah Surgis, Esq.,comn-
mander olf the United States revenue cutter Haniil-
too.- falional Intelli gencer.
I'm laughing at your eye (tear, as the girl said
when her lover proposed to marry.

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*-^ "Verite sans peur."





ceding theliast Presidential election. I wus sometimes
called on to speechify" at political meetings. Hard
cider and coon-skins were all the go," as the saying
is--aid being a good whig (I believe you went for
Harrison, too, Doctor, but no matter for that); well,
as I was saying, being a good whig, my stump speech-
es were "applauded to the very echo." I have fre-
quently thought since, thatii if 1 had avoided the 'log
cabins,"' :nd in.mle speeches at the mineetinas of tile
loco-focos. my rlietoric would (or might) have hadl
much mire effect; for the whigs were all righlit, and
thought a.s I did--wheieas it should have been our
policy to convince the other parly of heir error; fior
i1 was to them we looked for votes to turu the scale in
our ftivor. So with you preachers and professing
christians; if vur congregations would attend theatlii.
cal exhibitions-(fordcpend upon it, Doctojr. yiu can-
not put them ,lown")-applaud the good senlimnents,
and express your disapprobation ol every thing calcu.
lated to produce animmoral effect upon the audience
in short, if you and they would eo operate with us, and
endeavor to purge the stage of its impurities, instead
of endeavoring, as you do, to exterminate it much good
might be eft'ected, anil the Drama migith fliucish as
the adjuiinct of Christianity.
Idid intend to say somneihing about Satan-for I
Sdo think you treat that imaginary being rather criva-
Slierly, Inking into consideration the fwct thut lie is a.-
Sways at hand as a convenient scare-crow to "drive the
stray lamnls into.lthe fold," and that-yau could Sot.carl-
: -1 !jVW&^?^5^g^ ^^ 6^
r his behalf. Send him'n'k ,1to' ih bottomless.pit,''
SDoctor, as soon as you like-and a good riddance, I
! say.
t At some future period, I propose to discuss at some
i length the USrFULNESS OF THE STAGE. At present I
IJ fear I have wearied you patience, with my desultory
and disjointed strictures. I will conclude by recom-
' mending to your consideration the 7th chapter of Mat-
Sthew, 1st to 5th. and 21st to 23d verses.
E Hoping you will receive this letter in as kind a
I spirit as that which dictates it, and advising you to
B cultivate christian feelings, I remain,
I Dear Sir, yonr fellow laborer in the vineyard,
S OLD TIMES -The New Haven Courier favors the
r public with several amusing extracts from'the an'ient
e records of that colony.
A law relating to "young men and maidens,"'
enacted as follows:
Whosoever shall inveigle or draw the affections
Y of any made or maide-servant, either for himself or
s others, withoutifirst gaining the consent of her parents,
Sor guardians, besides all damages the parents may
; sustain, shall pay to the plantation 40s. for the first
offence, and for the second towards the party, f4;
t for the third shall be fined; imprisoned, or corporeal-
t ly punished, as the plantatioQ conrt shall direct."
The bulb of an onion, fbun,! after having been:en-
1 closed 2000 years in the coffin of a mummy, has
t been known to vegetate. An extraordinary example
of the tenancityof the vital principle in plants.
l patch, in reply to a correspondent, has the following
- grave advice to bachelors- :-A bachelor (Birming-
r ham) may : address a lady as Madam :" if however.
She claims aa acquaintance with her, he may emplo)
I the terms "dearmadam ;" and should there be a lit-
t tie bitof tender attachment, ,, Myvery dear .3adam;"
i but int ease of being in love, and an iiJterehange of
' affection oe -evinced, something like the endearing
' term of "dear girl" may be -se, Always use
dear giri" when thile object addressed is over thirty,
for at that age women like to be thought young.-
When a manis head over ears in love, and the woman
tie addresses in a similar predicament, the more ex-
iraga.-F-'iterms uled til, convey his passion, the
more will his suit he admired. Rmeeiler, ata)s
address a woman, over thirty as my deiresi girl,"
or: "charming girl."
When the article of Poudrette was first introduced
in this country, a certain Frenchnien called on one
Sot our most eminent citizens, who possesses a well
Cultivated and extensive estate up the river.
How you do., Monsieur P. ? Pave call to show
you von leetle article tres-Ion pour leagricultur," said
"the Frenchman1, taking a snnff box from his pocket,
and exposing its dusty contents. Feel of dis puu-
Sdre, Monsieur P."
"it feels dry and ifee enough," said Mr. P. obey-
"Certainement Monsieur ;--vll you smell of it sare?"
Mr. P. smelt of 'ft,. "I smell nothing at all,", be
said. ,
"Bn, '. sa id the Frenchma n,_' y ou smell nosing;
no.w, Monsieur, taste, se' vous pais,,,
M"lr. P. complhcd. Whyi, air, it has no taste.":
No sare !" cried "the gratified owner.of the box,
".it. have no Bad feel, no smell, no taste ; mais, men-
sieur, dis is nosstig :but/wpouarete."
"The decil'tis," said MIr. P. expectorating fiercely.
: TrEi REINDEER.--The spl)ct of the reindeer is
very considerable, ad his poewer;in Supporting the
fatigue of a long Jouerey; very great. His pace, as-
"certained by an experiment over a short distance, is
19 miles an hour.--Remark,,ble anecdote .axe tld
of the swiftness with which reindeer journeys have
been performed. In one instance. in 1699, an officer
who carried the news of an invasion from the frontiers
of Norway to Stockholm, went with a single reindeer
and slldgje, a distance of 840 miles in 48 hous-a-v-
eraging sevnteen and a hIalf miles per hour. ;The
faithful animal dropped down dead at the end of his
journey.--Licking Reg.
SnR ISAAC NEwz'on.--Sur Isaac Newton was once
riding orer Salisbury plain, when a boy keeping
sheep called to'him-- .-- /, .

Sir, you had better make haste on,or you will
get a wet jacket." -
Newtoi looked rpund and observed neither cloud
nor speck od the horizon, jogged on, taking very lit-
tie notice of the rustic's infiformation. He had made
bhut a few miles, when a storm suddenly arising, wet-
ted him to the skin. Surprised at the circumstance,
and determined if possible, to know bow a boy had
attained a precision and knowledge it the wenter of
which the wisest philosophers might be proutld, he
rode back, wet as he was. -
My lad," said Newton, I'll give thee a guinea
if thou wilt tell me how thou canst foretell the wea-
ther so truly." .
"W will ye, sir? will, then," said the boy,
scratching his head, and holding out his band for the
guinea. "Now, sir," having received the money,
and pointing to his sheep, "when you see that black
rain turn his tail towards the wind, it is a sure sign of
rain within an hour !'
> What," exclaimed the philosopher, must I,in
order to foretell the weather, stay here andwatch
which way that black ram turns his tail ?"
+"Yes, sir!"
Off rode Newton, qu6ilesatisfied with tlis discovery..
but not much inclined to vail himself of it, or to
recommend it to, others. ,
A Western editor says, that a girl lately 'sent him
word if he did'nt shut his mouth about bfrhups, she'd
wrap him up in a rag and make a busted of him. 'This
is what we call catching a tartar.-Mlemphis Eagle.
Gullability.-A foriune-teller Idiely died in France,
leaving a fortune of X20,000, amassed inathe practice
of the art,.

and the government seems to possess no energy in
maitaining the laws.
So great is the animosity of the Welch people
against the metropolian police seut among-them, that
it is proposed to withdraw them entirely and substitute
Welch conscripts in their pla'e.
LIVERHOOL (.COTTON M1AaKET' Aug. 5.-The sales
to-dav reached 600O bale-. ol' whicli speculators took
2000"Americau. at 31 6d.
Augist 8?.--Sales ofl' 1)00 hales, of which specula-
lors took .1500. IThe sales include 600 bales Peruvi-
,n at 4jd, 400 E2yptiaR at 5d, and the remaining-
XAmerican at 3a35'1.
ST. JOSE PH, Sept. 8. 143.
Mr. Edilor-You have no doubt been surprised,
and perhaps gratified, at my long silence, if lho I't-.
ter, my apology %ill be useless ; but to come to the
posit, the whole Shell family have been in mourning
ever since that fatal charge of MLan/ton," and -it is
thought thatboth barrels went off at once from the
terrible effect. There- is at present as much curios-
ity tu-ascertain the author of -' Mauton" as was ever
manife-ad in the celebrated "'Junius Letters." The
inhabitants of this goodly city have suspicioned sev-
eral, but the August individual stili'remanms; v.':ce--
samie though pretend to be a ware of his idlentiy
-_'tgaping coi'b'wd,-as the su IppoSed ai hor passe t)y,,
p hin'at him and exclaim-"There he goes." MIo-
thers bring their children to the doors, and have al-
ready commenced inculcating in them the desire to
emulate. Uut enough of tliis. the subject is barely
worth a thought. I cannot at present ive you any
newis--there is nothing stirring.- here' Ten-pins,
fishing and whist are the chief aiiusements. At the
former the ex-Editor of the Journal, 'likerthe ex-
French Editor of the New Orleans Picayune,) is
practicing in order to qualify himself to write a
treatise an'ils manhly and noble sport.,
Hart and Company arrived here f,-omu Pensacoia
on Tuesday, and you may expect dinem in Apalach-
Sicola sometime in October. He has, 1 believe, made
a contract Ibr a ouildiug to be put up, which will be
neat and commodious. Did you; see that "fish story''"
in the Vatchinan ? More of that when 1 see you.
The denizens of St. Joseth wvill. scarcely know 'it bi,
their return, buildings are coiniag down faster than
they are going up in Apalachicola. Friend Thomp-
son.has taken down'the large warehouse and cotton
press building that used to stand hal(" way dtiwn the)*
warf, but 1 torgetJI ani writing to one who lever has
be,,n in St. Joseph. The said building is to be pill
up in Apalachicota for the Messrs. Wilson &

The courtesies, which spring from a due estimate
of the feelings Mid-rights of others, and not from any
conventional code oT breeding, are seldom lost upon
their object. If we -behave civilly even to a brute of
a fellow wbo cannotappreciate our conduct, it is am-
pie satisfdciioo t. feel onr own susoertority iu heart
and deportment. In the work of Mr. Walker entitled
" The Original," is the following anecdote'flustraive
of the sabsiantimH rewards which may attet"s pr"cm
tice of courtesy. It is a lesson which mayjreach the
conviction df .tome who. consult their se fishni" sb
blindly as to lorget'the atLtentioiun due to the wrikl.
'"An Englislunao making the grand tour, towards
.the middle of the |ait centr'y.'when iravellerg were
more objects of attention thaa. at present, on arriving
at Turin, sauntered out to see "the place. He hap-
pened to meet a regiment ii infantr, returning forth
parade, and taking a position to see it pass, a y 6lag
captain, evidently derihnts to make- dilay b before
the -irangger, in crossing one ol the numerous wtter,
courses with which the city is interSectted, missed his
footing, 'and in trying to save himself, o1I4t is hat.
The exhibition was truly unfortunate; the spifetators
laughed, and looked at the Englishman, expccianghich
to laugh too., On the contrary, he not only retained
his composure, but promply advanced to where the
hat had rolled, and taking-it up, presented it with un-
affecied kindness, to its confusedowner. Theofficer
ieccived it with a blush of surprise a=dgrtiude, and
h,,rried to rejoin his company% TBerevaea murmur

"01 hough the scene of ikno-went,-iab w itb=Out a
word spoken", h touched very. heart-not with admi-
ration Ior a mere, display of politeness, but with a
warmer feeling tor a praO, of that .true character
4"wthivhneverfaileth," On the regiment beingdismis:-
sed, the cap'lain, who was a young man of coonidera.-
lion, in glowing torms related'the circumstance to the
colonel, IThe colonel inniediatieJy mrptioned it to
the general in commnanid: ardl i hen 'he.eng'lisbrhmri
returned to his Ihotel, ail id-decamp waned to request
his company to dinner at'h. nd-qdartets. In the even:
i .ghebwas carried io conr--atr that tldle. as Cbhester-
field tells u. tihe most brilliant court in Europe-,and
was rpCeivett, with' particular attention Of' lrse,
during his stay at Turin. h- was invited every w'tere;
and on his departure I was 'loaded with letters of in-
troduction to the difterem States in Italy.. Thus A
private! geptiman, of moderate means, by a graceful
i',.puls- o, hrittiau feelnrg, was enabled, toe74ravel
thr-ugh ^for.ies country, then of the highest interest
for its sxciety, as, well for the charms it slill poesses,
with more real dislinciidn amd advantage than can ev-.
er be: derived frim the mere circumstance of birth and
Iortune, even the most splendid. .
FEMALE MAsoS.-Half a century ago there eerb
two Masonic Lodges, composed of females, in Paris,
whirh are thus described by hn Englishitra*eller.
They were called by the pretty, and we presume, ap-
-ropriate appellimins of CaCddur and Fidefiry.-
Says our author, "we attended one of theae-of
whiehtlhe Duchess de 4?ourbon is grand-mtitiss-
some yeir. atorign, at the reception of a tistfr band
were ihihl) pleased to find the utmost dignity and
;decoruin prevail ; a most splendid assemblage of
Brothers inl'Sisters, of rank, and fashion; atte6idcd
-the ceremony which was awful, soleimnnD a Imnpreo-
:'ive; the decorations ef ithe apartreori, which are
shuated hm ai 'large bnildiag, appropriated solely to
this purpose, were extremely brilliant, fQt rent
and suitable Oraltiois were delivered on the oc'asmi ;
a.d whenl tilhe seritrus business of the lodge itw 6er,
a play, a supper and a hall. terminated ibe a=mu'e-
__meets of-the rtight."-NN. Y. S. .
EARTq'UAK.E,.-Tl[ie country south ofua'has beei
visited by another severe "shoCk'of an'Yailth uake.
passenger on one of onr steamers lerb is 'fsi fd s S
when near Memphmil it iwasdisitinctlyfeht b'n the rie
., muich so rthai he thought the boat had gtOnude;-.
sir trruck a snag. The Memphis Ea'ge of 1b 19lth;
-Ays :--\Ve -te visited last night by 6ne tT the se-
V.iesI shocks of an earthquake which we h(vie had
lor mrany yarit. (excepting the one Owb the 4(h o?
'Januar lat.) 'The shock taut nilghr Was atlfdted
wivih cous.idleT;ble noiN-* nedls saaid to have cntaiued
nearly a minutie.--Ci 'neianti azeffe; .
HEA t T" OF rtE CI'Tr.-We hare--thalnk avren
-still to cojigriiulate our feHfow-citaens on d,.xroa-
tunuanee amRnig us of a. prevalence of bealthfilners
unusual for the season;--the weekly &i-le of marlal-
ily ranging untilrmly about fifty below their usual
aggregate during the anmmer season. The deaths
in the cty during the month of August just cloed,
were 134 less than during the correspondling moath
last year. The promptness with which oar eity a-
Ithouricfs and our citizers applied tiaemselwve-a -,he
rmeoval of ,he water deposrted in cesars, ke.'by the
great storm of 21st uht., htas prveuted," as. 'reaP ny
s.erioso erect upon the poublic health fewo., that
.ource ;--theugh it ba.s not been successfulJ 1 .pre-
v,.noing an afful incrtrase f mlosqtiitoes, aud the
tanriblihg orf a lew sapped doarikti. The atanm tjot
w~is occasioned by the report, frem the.Roadot of
the prevalence if yethW levr tiMte, in eoneqmaiee
of !he visit there of the aehir. Vaoa, hasda$peaxed,
and Ihere is happily, nB apfcrent e usalfer aarpci
hension that the season wjfl Bme coetiam* idg-,tkni-
uate as t,,vorably toward the" ps'ic IOthkb as itk;U
l Is far pr^re'wd.--s 1^ Sonday .eb :
SNIEL.'S .ElP oIsLo-.gata w1e, 4tr |ideltd._
(says the N. 0. Tropic.) tothe AIrkLaam LrtBlhgeoccf
fbr further particulars of the SwIsi..Fe exp TIhii valuable organ of froan iBceUigsuace tut-i
As our lart paper wHa going to lc-ft we lCille a.
letter from Capt. James P. Gondab. he re4s of
which we ackaowledged--and:hafnifM -9t p ._kt'
But upon an aueouire peeusalte.it j.Jfdt~hSA~l te
pchject is matter wthihe-ufbliahed,-l' fjor.,jk;tr o
oumbers. Mr. G., will agrn.e witb, H 4&inr
fluous to publish hi tUr t T p

we declhe publishlo,.,i .b.t fql r.th^ttt, w le
follp wing :- ," .. ,. -,- ,,i.
O1 On the 91h J ly. MI; Sh"63 W I of e Deff tPA
With thirteen Tilia Iw I oa f< BdC9 aw tbll. 3;
SnivOely's party ba41,bea ig>ttked-on tbe Ar of Jtly,
by Comanclies, biwbe/iiaRtarmed, werant~lpfie of
defoce.. anod -It sixy horse, and ;l- meal /-oL
Warfield ppursnCd them.oit a par ty ofr.lJ-,^a
and. f'ougt Lh*am3 12 .m ile.i f .aei on ie 9QaM,,#"1f.i
IhP IodiaUs nmubi ring 150, AfwIra* .tlijtppf.4ld
an heour, the, Indiana retreated wjtI&.alboa.ffaHrj$#its
leaving ,th,gallaut .olonel in pw.wi"_(. iDptjdj
Anothe,. cloudof Co.manchts rualfb-.*p" balw ot
it'being dearly dar4, ie fwuwd jis r i* o 1 f 4
wilhout the lo" o4 a wmaO,.. : ,

SPeCIE In T6, W vMP.-Theefl ir.apmeCiof th
corld is estimated by Jaobs as Q1 90p009. l
Europe there is supitowed be $l,.O 0,.;. -nll
Mr. NP-rrill, of Ua'Wf Peiu., says, tbatlp to
the best aubotrities, (he paper Circul@ti14 eI CUMIM
is fourteen limes the specie currency. '
NoTr so STUPID.-A young couple at pans trLy
going to the Mayortq have the eiwil Qarmon.o
riage. entangled her lace dr.es in t ,lrtep a.-^r"
it. "How stupid.' Ceclaaeld the gentllewmau..-T
lady touk no notice-uf this ungallant eapreis on, and'
the Ipaly went intotohe Hotel of the Mayor.; 4q: p-
on being asked whether she consented to take t,.ern-
tlemran present for her hosband;,-l. e replied, ,Hot
-o stupid which was the ouly answer that eoaud-'e
obtained from her.

.-'yoIW KMTZR nd mine, while tabernacling upon the
earth! Without the slightest attempt at proof to
support your aMrtions, you throw 'out an accusation
against the whole community of actors. You stand
up in the pulpit, (late the oetil exchange of sin-
Sners,) and before three Athoasand people, Urawn to-
gether by your great fate as a speaker, and by curi-
'osity to witness the cltkasing of the Augean stable.
' by the river of yonriloquence, and pnint a;t a large
.class of your felhow-citizens, and brand the whole of
,tbemfrs bMwVharauers without particularizing their
crims-rwithout affording them an opportunity of
deoee'Vou consign thousands of your fellow mor-
'tils to infamy-or in other words, send them to the
..fev il! You must not be surprised, then. Doctor,
-if the coelFiRity you have so unsparingly denounc-
"d and sjandered-yes. slandered!-do not sit calmly
6'.dbn u6ir the imtiputations east upon them. A
worm, whet trodden upon, will turn upon a giant.
In the name of my professional brothers and sis-
'ters, deny that, as a class.,they are obnoxious to
';the charges you have brought against them. I deny
that the thedtre is aur exchange where singers barter
away their souls-and I am willing to take the late
Tremelrt, Theatre, with all its faults, as a specimen
_Of all'-ihpeatrles in the United StAtes-and 1 pronounce
'your. attempt 'to foist upon all actors and actresses
the lti-e of "bad characters," uncharitable, unfair,
and unmanly. To deny that the institution of the
theatre is sotieimea abused, and its objects pervert-
ed, or that some members of our,,profession arB,,Cia:
:tresses atre Human beings- But; leattfe professors ol
"the stage be comlpred with those of any other call-
-A ing-Bay, let htem be compared, (and I invite lt
comparison,) with the occupants of the pulpit--fel
the moral tChamracter of each class be set side by side
*fibre-ihe world, and the result need not be feared
the much abused bistrions.
If we thought proper to "carry the war into Africa,"
S wde mighLittort ;upon the pulpit, and point out instan-
ces,s(and-not a few, either.) where all the wholesome
:restraints of'society have been broken through, and
trampled uhder foot by preachers of eminence--where
4the sanctity of the domestic circle has been invaded
--the. obligations of the marriage -vow have beer
,-brokenL-confidence has been betrayed, and fathers
and husbands have been compelled to seek redress
from courts of justice for injuries inflicted ontheir
,daughters and their wives, by hyliocrites who use
religion as a cloak to hide their hellish propensities.
,One werid suppose,-Doctor, to hear you, and such
As -you, speak of actors and actresses, that in your
profession there is no acting--that, from the holy
horror with which you pour forth yourdenunciations
':.agai t the poor players, you would shrink from "m.
*ploying any of the arts tyou esndemn so unsparingly
i4n the actor. I assert that many of you make a tradt
of religion. To say nothing of the attempt thai
was made to raise money by exhibiting the Tremont
Theatre as it stood when the wicked actors left it-in
all Its glare of splendid scenery, rich decoration, and
-gas lights,--you every week cunningly contrive oul
ways andmeans to gun the public and obtain nioney
from sinners as well as saints-that at your meetings
you resort to all manner of tricks to obtain contribu-
tioos, fur pretended charities, and for the support ol
,missions to distant countries, with the professed ob-
.:ject of saving heathen souls, while your next-door
Heighbor is perishing for bread; that contrary to the
.!: t:omnmand four Saviourwbo directed that we should
receive 4he x paell "without money and without
prioe," yoa 'take care to confine your4labors to such
-congregations as will pay you a price--and a very
good price, too-that ywou accelft of engagements,"
-like the actors, wliere the highest salaries are given,
---that the louder the;call,; the more likely you are to
wearit-atid that instead of treating your fellow sin-
ners kindly, and drawing them by affectionate remon-
Irances from wliat you consider their evil waya, you
denouce- them in a lot, Mnd, so far as in you lies,
shut the door of grace upon them !
ft .would appear to me, reverend Sir, that on the
,occasion of taking formal possession of the 'fremont
Theatre--he late "seal of Satan and his works."
since yO will liave it so--a temperate and forbearing
': onewuld have been more becoming your character
and situation. Considering that you bad succeeded
in turning but old Satan and about one hundred sinners
--the ainersr to strive, perhaps,land Satanto look out
for other quarters-the air of triumph you assumed,
and the santaces of condemnation you uttered, were
unworthy ofyou. You had hurled the Muses, neck
and heels, from the premises-you had deprived their
SJhumUe fllowers of tde'meaus of earning their bread;
was tt/k a tide to indulge in scoffs and malediction ?
Was *at.thp wiy to .purify the unholy spot ?
ow isit, (eLw preacher, that our Lord Jesus
.. Ckhst'^r Ih is fny Lord as well as yours-did no6
., slay awor .ag.iit Theatres when on earth ? Ide not
filnd A!-;Mnlter nce .of his recoriled which implies lhat
-;-;, hrisianjy RiB in secia. amusements; on the coarra-
"',.. j, rche Bible is fuj! of injunctions to cultivate aEcheer-
-. uidiipuion.- I need only to refer to the- fact: of
; Daid's dancing before the Ark, to show that dancing
,_.il eaw~g~iB~tbe tighl of God. Speaking of David
\SV! hispsalms, nud you will find in those incompa'ir-
able poems, that rejoiciug and clapping of baitds--
,;j p^lS~ig uplp instruments, of alt the kinds then inveu-
".'rar llp', anld ia king 'joyful noises," formed
.molt- f the themes of the mighty Paet. If I'am not
,:'.mftakej (t have not my Testameon with me to refer
to) o0e aftbe Apostles took refuge in a Theatre. which
,' prove tq him a safe sanctuary when pursued by a
''yafh]|Bs s mob. Qur Saviour dwell among sinners--
K6.nfly leading them into the paths of virtue. How
di~FejBnt the conduct of his pretended followers of
.,, e present da-y-how different from the course pur-
ftued by the Apostles in the early ages of Christianity!
'''idtead[ of" going forth into all the ends of the ealtth
i. to p, each the Gospel to alt aations," without coin or
crip, your modern preachers must live upon the fat
. OiR',.^' ^well in ^lendid mansion, be in receipt
,ff itmeaT.ai, ies, and instead of spreading the bles-

'" .jp ges ofthe Gospel to the inhabitants of leathen
b ey, c.vnfine their teachings to their own favor-
p o k aP---less some temple of Satan is to b p uri-
'.''^ 1,e, id ed, a reverend Divine can travel hn-
81 -n0ot, as 4 Pilgrim Limes. bareheaded
J,"t.--but in steamers, rail road cars, and
*" "- .','ofjiifl a prophecy made by himself before
"~'t aQWtled'' (o the West! Then, irnsteaJ of ex-'
;. f Lanh,dTf charity to the houseless individ-
f w hab Iave thowglt it no sin to labor in tteir
10M pio'&td ifhe thialks their calling sinful, telling
*;;* ^4tOi'j ( OiADn snr No MORE," he can brand a whole
tb*lniaity with iod'rmy-pronounce them AL- "bad
b xbwfr'"- ad can ,siup after that!"
: s t top-what am 1 about? Let me not fall into
.the .at e error I am condemning iu others. All
preachrsi are not to be answerable for the faults of a
VpCt.iot of them. I have known some orthodox preach-
r f(and I record it with pleasure) who were honest,
.,. ---eai=tble, and Christianly. I only wish to show that
"'. b i: acrors are, or may be, as a class, they will lose
st a niqMj by a comparison with preachers. In all the
iz,.'practicowf active Benovolence, 1 religiously believe
'~ lW raok far above them.
;.V:'it[wuS suggest to yon, my fellow sinner,' that if
.:'_laa rtlly believe actors and'actrese to be the *, bad
-giharaters" you represented them to be in your ser-
I:. ftoD,it is your buonden duty toprahcto TnHEN point
: -.,t-,Wberei consists rhe stifulness of their .-alling-
reason with them-draw them from their evil ways, if
t iheytarevil-- and, by treating them kindly, convince
,them that you are indeed the minister of that blessed
,ffRdReemer you profess to serve. During the year pre-


.- *GALE.
On the 13p inst. the wind commenced blowing
fresh f'rom tlSE and gradually increased until sun.
down to a gae which continued until n.xi minoronLi
at 4, haviag_-fdually: changed ruom SE to NE All
the wharvebitfi ,nore or less damaged, Aiih the ex-
ceiiou of Myessrs. Ellison & Ropes', W. G. Purter
& Co.'s, and the one in fruni of Messrs. AlcKiy &
-tarlhorne.. But little damage was done to the build
ings in town. Thle storesoccupied by Mr. A. Wylie
and Messrs Lockhart & Young on Water-street, and
the house od&upied by Casper Horn on Commrerce-
street, are all we inow to have been injured,
STEAM5,L JAMES Y. SMITH -T-ins boat which Ihas
been hailed out and thoroughly repaired at the
Bluff. was iW.:hed on the 10th instant, under the
directions) of _. J. G. Titus, the able superimlendanl.
a and- in t-f il Ibe..ready to weud her way eii her -
2":+ -3 ,^ "-;-h^^^ -'J -=-'fia~ -='a'- -""', w..T -,* *- .
rge comentatthe lauiiHi44 d-asp.lediW
dinner was gi-CL by 3Ir. T. on the occasion. "
0 We received pvr last mail the hrst number
of the Boston shippingg List nnd Prices Currni."
published by Messrs. Learned, Haven S Co. This
sheet'is highly creditable to the gentlemen who'have
undertaken it, and we wish them success.
t Qy We understand that a serious disease has re-
cently broken out among such dogs of our city as
have not paid their taxes, and we hope the disease will
continue until all dogs who are not worth their taxes,
are exterminated. If there was ever a place so pop-
tulated with all manner of Curs and mongrels, which
are of no use at all, and are a perfect nuisance to the
community, as .this city, all we can say is, that onr
experience is at fault. It is a pity that the shad of
r old friend Endeman could not rize completely armed
with his -' Lachnma Christi," and sow it broad cast
over the city.
O; Byi the Boston Shipping List we See that the
brig Selma, was up at that place for this port on the
2d inst.
SPECIE iN BosToN.-The Banks in Bo4ton have
a supply of nearly eight millions of specie-twice a.:
much as they ever held at any one time before.--
Loans of mbnbey are made for as low rates of interest
as 3, percent. Business is said to be loolkiug tp
and giving tokens of extension.
appointed the Hen. Jamves Semple, United States
Senator, to fifi the vacancy occasioned by the death
of Mr. McRoberts.
(t;* The oI0a Territorial Gazette says :--;"Sonme
portions of the Indians, who were removed in NMa,
lest, are in a suffering condition for the eecessaries-of-
life. The country that they now occupy is reported
to be incompetent to supply their want.% being gen-
eralLy r-rrjeor and dlestitule of game. Powesbhick
and his perple are said to have petitioned to return-to
theh" own village, twenty-five miles north west of
t his city."
Ourang Ou:ang, which was brought to this country
sometime since, died in Boston on the 31st uli.
The Steamer Margaret arrived at Hiiitax last Sun-
day-from Liverpocl, which place she left on 9th ult.
-making tie passage in 17 days.
There isno news of special importance. Lord
Wellington had declared in his place In Parliament,
in answer to a speech from Lord Roden, that ihe
British GovarBinent were fully prepared- to maintain
peace in Irela-nd, forcible if they must, Peaceably if"
they could.,
Our Halifax correspondent writes that.therd was
no importaa, change in the state of the .a'mrkets.*-
Trade, if any thing, was improving. .
A great mealing of pitmen engaged in +the col-
lyeries, was-held on the 6th at Black Fell.-afidat four
miles from+ fiewcastlc, for the purpose of forming a
anponto protect thr rates of wages. More tha 20.-'
000 were present. : !
The nuptials of Lady C(harlotte Hlill, daughter i~f
the Marques Marchioness of Lowshire, and George
(+hetwynd, the eldest Son of+Sir Oe0. Chetwynd,
Bart, were solemnised on the 6th.:A sunpt uous dejunpr
was to be given by the Noble Maraumat the family
residence in Hanover Squaret .; ; +
Thiele have been serious commotions at I,uteek,
originating mn the discontent of some soldiers with
the ctoths supplied to them by the contractors. The
Senate* was obliged to resort to severe means of re-
pression, and peace was restored.
The Dukgflf Wellhngton had given a grand concert
of vocal andinsirumeRtal music at Apsley House

There were at least 700 of the leading nobility present.
Laurence Drogan. alias Joseph Haynes. the lad
who effected his escape from Carlisle gaol in such a
daring arid extraordinary manner,I was re-captured at
Manchesterand sent back to his old quarters.
It is stated in the Times, that in some part of Wales.
at a distance flom the limekilns, the farmers have to
pay for every '5's worth of htne for anoure, XE in
turnpike i
The conservative no6tility ina the north of Ireland
have had a meeting at Belfast,, and passed Mrong
resolutions against Repealers.--The Relpeai cause
does not rnake rout h pogiess in the north. '
Among 'he political rumors, is oae::thata Lord
Brougham is busily intriguing anud ery painfully -
anxious to resume his seal upon the woolsack.
Fater Matthew appears to be pursuing hii tem-
peranoce career almost as triumptwmly in England as
he did in Ireland. Thousands herelnfore volaries of
Bacchus, has signed the pledge. r
The South of Wiles coutinues in a disturbed state;
toll-houses and toll-gates are constantly coming un-
der the regime of "Rebecca arid her Daughters,"'m

uircl;y ill nme rear ut tietr:cnoooi press.
SYours, with a crape Ou,
The progress of this branch of t-he public service
is illustrative of the rapnd r,,u ilhl of the country and
ithe extension of ifie resources of our people--theirt
means of coirmmunicatioij intelligence, the advance-
ment of population, and the selilemriti of the tlif'er-
'ent sections ol 'the Unioa. The following tabje will
shoiw this vrouYfress: -

1795 .
1815 .
1825 .
1835 .
1840 .

Receij ts.
4,379,313 3 '

--$II~ I 7- r r' I h. ~---X

_ 4-.- 8-... .

United9a s.hadl S.Le.

-Ausin illia s and F, I. .liddlehrok.
executor of Ge r'.,e L. Middlebrook S
B V virtue ul' a fi. 6a. Irum Fr:,ukliu Sutperidr
Court, to me hl ireeclr in lafvor of A.lgustus Lieft-
wich, vs. Ahistin Williams and Aaron L. il4 -
brook, Executor ot George L. Mid'ttebrook, I will
offer Ibr sale at public outcry in Tront of the Court
Hoiise door, in the City ofApalachicola at 10 o'clock
A. M. on the first Monday (6th) of Novemlber next,
the-fbllowing property, to wit': the undivided 'half ofi
lots number five andsixteeu in block F. front range,
in said city with the appurtenances, being the inter-
est of said Austin Williams in said property, and the
other undividedf half of sail pri)pdrty being the in-
ter'st of 'the defeiitant ;Alid.li;etr,),i k. 'in an to the
same. ROBERT MYERS, Marshal.
Apaiacilcota, Sept. :1843.
Saddlery! Saddlery!!
HI AVING made arrangements with one of the
.!,vst and most extensive Saddlery Establish-
meiirs-at the North, for a supply of SADDLERY
during the season, I shall retrfiii ithe FAil with a
stock ot superior
Oentlenens' aind Ladies' Saddles,
various styles and patterns. Also, Harness, Bridles,
Martingales, (Collars. and a general supply of neces-
sary articles usually kept in the line.
The subscriber will also keep his usual supply of
Furtiiture, Chairs, Liolki, l'St.at'&c.
Apalachicola, Sept. 2, i843.

t I
Franklin Superior Court.
Heury G. Uuy on, assignee, &c..) ,),, C .;r
..... .. ( ahd o h oti )
3 ~ 'd b
James C. Boole.
T AKE NOTICE that X have lhle day field nr
Ipetitlon of forclusure or mortgage on tle notN.
eastly halt of lot No, 5, h square 15, in the Ci:y bf
Apalachieola, said mortgage being even by you to
JOHN H. McKNIGHTI, on the lb5th day 91' June,
1841', to secure the sum ef seven hundrei'antf fort-y-
two dollars antl eighteen cetir. i'Cfty Script," and bi
him as-%ined in me on ihe 7Lh March, 1843,.
.. AtlOrniesfor Gww
Apalachicola, March 101h, 1843. mil 4IMeOmr

n --s

Per bria Carolinte E P!att, from Ne-w York--d
i..rkiri, D StIlliv.a,, T P Iloues, P McGreery.
Per steamer Florence-Clinton ThIg,_pi. R (c
Per steamer Agnes-E Augustus Ware,
Per stea,,er Sir<.--MNrs. Gorrie. chlildrun antd s,-;-:
vants, D IH Pallats, William rnBassett, --- Wylie.

Per brig Caroline E Plait--McWay Harrslii,,i,,:
W G Porter'&CUo, Nourse & Stone, Lockhl.ua &V:
Younng, D G Raney, W A McKenzie,. Harper &
Holmes. C Rogeri,; M L Taylor, J F Firrior & Co,
W A & P C Kain, T P Jones, Rubderts, Alien & Co,
,r & .C H Austin, M Larkin, A S Brady, McNaughr
a Orm)an,Port Leon, Order.
Per steamer Fiore'nce-McKay & Hartshorne 14
bates cotton, Lockhart & 'Yolig 3 bales, new crop

rarin 3Bntctigrtrtc

Sept 10-Sctr Sophia, -- friom New Orleans, to
14-Brig Caroline E PlWtt, Rrwe, from N York,
to McKay & Hartshorne.,
15--Schr Elizabeth Caroline,. Wilson, from New-
Orteans, t.o Mdster. '
Sloop Eagle, Smitb, from St Joseph,
14-Sieamer Agnes, Jenkins, from the Depot.
Steamer Siren. Sharpies#, froma Cbattahoochee.
&--Steamer Florence. Floyd, from Cobim'bu<

.0!9 We Are authorised to announce
Col. r" BR l' J. FLOYD, as a can-
didate to represent Franklin Countv.in
the next L.egislative Council,at, the en-
suing election. ....



. % -44


". The, New York correspondent of the National
nlaielligencer says:
.. Thi the lightning is a daguerrotypist. will be new
toome of your readers. Mrs. Child. in a volume,
W w hicb she has lately been published, (entitled "Letters
From N4Wv Ylprk,") qu6tes'the following from a book
Ctllad -The Western,Manuscripts," written .more
than a hundred years ago by: Col, Wm. Byrd, an old
,. Virginian oawaier: ,
S, ,"-alt the effects of lightning-that I ever heafdof,
..the most amazing happened in this country in the
I yar 1736. In the summer of that year, a'surgeon of
,,a ship, whose uamue was Davis, came ashore at York
-.to visit a patient. lie Itad'ho 'sotner got into the
house but it began to rainh:With n)'auy terrible claps
.pf thunder. When it was almlrfst dark there came a
,' dreaildful flash of lightniig whicbr struck the surgeon
as he was walking about the'roomtn, nut hurt no other
-peroon, though several r'were near him. .At the saune
time it made a large'hole in the trunk"of a pine tree
which grew about ten feet from the window. But
what was inosl surprising in this disaster was, that on
the breadt'erthe unfortunate man that was :killed was
"'the figureiof a pine tree, as exactly delineated as any
liner in the world could do it; nay,the resemblance
went o far as to0reprdsent the color Kf the pine, as
well as the figure I The ligfitniilg mihust probably have
"first pssed through' the tr-e before it struck the man,
,"an4 by that means.have printed the incon of it on his
breast. But, whatevermay have been the cause, the
"* .k was.eeraio,-and can be ahested by a otbud of
'" : *t-tnit 7L e hb w had'tbh.e curiosity to go and see this
DR.'. LARDNE 0r1 MSM:RIasM.-- Dr. Lardner sta-
ted in his lectures at Cincihnafi that he believed a
'mysterious power might be obtained over persons of
Certain temleraments. He had seen'tt. and had tried
exlperiihents in company wilh distinguished scientific
rmen i h Eurpe;, which execlutedd the possibility of
dccrptiob. He did not believe, however, that the
.mestneric sleep gate supernatural power to the seleeper,
though at sofie"timi/ebhe might; He fjil'tot think it
gave a view ofdisiabt olects. but he didkno's that it
buried their senses so effe(ctually, that an electric
'"' shock would have no effect, although powertfiil enoligh
to knock down a strung man. Hethought more might
andwould 'cbe known codcernih-i 'it.-. Y. rme
Sui. 7 .
"' TosAcco IN ILLNOIs.--Two or three years since,
'a sort.aff mania prevailed, about some parts of RIck
t'river, for the culture of tobacco.: Many who knew
'nothing of the basines'rushbed into it, to the neglect
'of all tther crops; and the ':result was that ignorance
-,f its;cultre lost them the year't swork. Those Who
,.had patience totry it by degteen, succeeded another
-:eason;;and 6nefirtm from Winnebago county has just-
::'shipped to New York thirty-six tons; being the pro-
'duce of a very litnited section, and cultivated in small
patches of an here 6r two. Fbor this they Will realize
some fourtho'usand dollars. This, adtleb to (he wealth
'of a neighborhood, is, doniefhiiig, these hard times;
and this sare lo0t rf. tiobaeco would have been worth
one quarter itiori, had the producers, all of lhtm.
perfectly understood its cultiie. Prairie 1Farmer.
REMARKABLE FACT.-A Baptist Clergyman arfd
-his wife, who resides in the vii inity of. Bo.ton, as we
learn from the Journal, have the pleasure daily *of
'gathering around their fireside, fourdaughters, who
were born In .the four different quarters of the gobhe,'
vi&': one in Europe, one in Asia, one in Africa, and
one in America-a fact probably unparalled in the
history of any other falnily in Noew Eagland, or, we
'may add, the wrlda.
COMTS I ?r MExICO.--Il is remarked that whilst in
man). parts tfthe world the appearance of a cormet
.s:preads costerunation, under the belief that it is the
ipc.cxsfout ulf calAmji, in Mexico it is hailed as the
o-harbinger of gtW ittnne, and announcing the ap-
'proacbing discovery of a new and very produitive
mine of gold'or silver It i sai' in Mexico, of the
comet of 1811, that it Orme expressly tobr t he d iseovory
.of,'ie mine of-Refugio; that the comet of 1818
broughtt about the ,iscovr\ of the bed of native sit-
..veropf Morelas; and lI hat (if 135 the discovery of the
tnimines q4Guadaloupe by. 43alvo. situated it the midts
."of a desert, wbicbf ha* now A town:of fivrto six thou-
sand inhabitants. : .
P 1PBITER''S OTSEANI-. Io AtcuONTS,--A thousand
Such accounis, at ten dollars each amount to ten
; thoftean8 4onlars-a handsome sum these times, were
it all" collected. The same number at five !dollar
each, amounts to five thousand dollars. Should not;
then, every subscriber to a pappr, to do as he wouli
lbe done by, and.thus fulfill ihe golden rule, cancel at'
"once his printer's accotnt, be it more or lens--that he.
may not be one of the thousand, or even the fifty, who
maj think that bcasse thre debt is small, it is of little
,ons~eqence to the plriuitrs. Thrso is no dan-but
"the sT.leqn nt *d" a queston m equity, ,r dae solution
of Doo e IbUl those wa m nart. f ay coecerB ..
; i '. ** t rlrl "dterniy.-
,,"TH RuLaso PAssio. --A .pesiding judge, ,,o0
'inSgy leagues fromn Clevelnd, Ohio, who had been
'.rmoted- from the bench to a nomination Ior Con-
|,ress."rev'Cetly closed a stump speech willh-" Gen:
St|me', you will no retire in charge of the cor.IH-
ble !" i,, ,- < -..-.. --: ,.
PATTWB DEBTs.-What ple sie it is "t, pay one<.
debt! I remLember to have heard Sir Thomas Ly -
S lletoh mdike this observation 1\ seems to flow from
a'C bmbiriatha of cil'cuast~ijres, each ol which is pro
duclWe of pleasure. in)he first place, it reinl,,vie
S. 'tiat 91eineasloe which 1 true spirit feelb fromniepnmd.
enee'and obtgatron. It affords pleasure to the cred-.
:. C lpf,; and ererore graifies ou'r social affection. .-t

le-tingA to anhonest minl. [t opens a prospect ot|
'bigng redilysuppllied ith what we want on future
0caions. It leaves a cons.cioue-s of ourown vir-
':Ute.abdtlcir a .ea.$ we. know to be right, both in
tlft iffAice rid sdniod economy. Finally, it is.
4W miai S&ppora h simple relputation.-,Shemtst.
,[, .. 'ik l ..' ,
A Wiflt Rf Btv"t.--" Theie~s a bone for you to
Stpteki,'" aweet-teimpered husband was woon t, say to
98 ,wife, after hbad alid 'to her something more
-vhah.cowniwuly crusty. S6hp bore it all meekly, (as
,inviftuiiably do,) but nursed within her heart a
t6erwinYattio ofeventual revenge. So, on her death-
S 'ibldjuit when she was on the point of ekpiring, sbf
whiLpiwred in his ear that one of the two children he
fondly loved was net his own, and added, "- There's
-a Ibtle fdr cO' to pik." Htie besought her to say
which of tie two children was his, hut she died in,
silalwt witha smile of triumph on her lips.
-,.hen a man stops his newspaper on account of pe-
fntuary foeboding, we consider himnl as gone a case as
ibhe should conclude to stop bis, "daily bread," for
&ear hb hall come to poverty. In either case be must
starve ti death in order to live independent. So says
exchange paper and, .tihere-ca be ne doubt of its
LASx'XNiAVteA-Tor.-The steamer Adveniurer ar-
S rived at Quebec from Toronto, last week. This is
the first steam vessel that has arrived at Quebec from
TIr6awo. The tonnage bf the Adveuture is 58 tons,
a4'rHie is proof that tne navigation is now open for
Ve- lets bf this elass, from the sea to Chicago on lak-e
Michigan, a distance of about 9,000 iniles. ;
i ,., .

"And has then this world,of the Gods indeed van-
ished from nature ? Do not 'these very benevolent
powers, whleh are cohcealed ib" heiir productions,
testify, that the Divinity is there, anid spieaks as before
unto men, even if they do sometimes forget the beau-
ty of the gifts in thevuses which tlahey draw from them?
The Divinity gives himself to hise.ceaition, ihcorpor-
ates himself in it,--O this must be aneternal truth.
Is there any one among us, who does not perceive
God in nature, who has not there read his words?-
But God manifests himslf in the Christian Revelation
otherwise than in the Grecian M'ythos. As God gives
himself to the people through the Word, so he gives
himself to Nature in th6 Sun,-and men and flowers
drink from the same mountain of love.'"
Angelica was silent, and seemed to be recollecting
herself, then 'he continued with a beamiiiigsin ile :
"When the Sun blesses and nourishes the plants
with its wrinth and light, (for what the Sun does not
bless and nourish, has no power) it says to them :
'Take and eat; it is I1' 'But he (des nIt divide hiII-
selfinto innumerable fragments, but remains in heav-
en'the same."
A Saratoga correspondent of the Ne., York Eve-
ning Post has'the subjbined paragraph 11 refreiice
to the quantity of water swallowed in the course
of a day by the frequenters of the Springs. Sixty-
three glasSesper'.diem 'is certainly*t 4'-ae dose frf a:
lady ; it would be enough fur a :mersTadd, or for riTiat-!
bibulous personage who desired' that
--" his draught might he
Deep as tWe rolling Zayder Zee."
Hard drinkers there-intemnperate temperates, who
usurp'thbeplace of the six bottle men (idf yore, and
are teetotallers by the buckeiftrl. There is scarce a,
camel'in ihe desert,, tippling enough at one sitting to-
last him'for a week, who could match the absorbent
gentry at Saratoga. .
A friend irnforms'hie that I have fallen much be-.
low the inik,'in my last letter, in speaking of twenty
glAsses ol Congress water as an extraordinary draught.
a lady friend of his having recently'swallowed sixty-
thiee glasses in the course of one day. It might be
suggested to this lady that she would save much lI-
bor and time, if she would allow one of the men..
who dip bottles in the Spring, just to sink her to the
proper'depth till she filled. The object might be ac
.o-.ldli'shed very effectively and speedily by this'pro
THE HorN. J. M. NILES, we are happy to learn, is
not a patient in the insane hospital at Utica, but there
on a visit to the superintendent, a persOal friend of!
TASSO'S WISH.-TASso being told that he had asn
opporsmnity of taking advantage of a very bitter ene,
my, 11 wish not'to plunder him:n,' said he, 'but theri
are things which I wish to take froti luro; not his
honor, his-wealtb. nor bi, lifeF-huL his 'ill will.
Burke once mentioned to '4'ox that he had written
a tragedy. ".Did you let Garrick see it?" inquir-d
his friend. No." replied Burke, "I indeed hIad t ,
foltly to write it, but the wit to keep it to myself,"

Apalachilcola Packets.

Ship FLORIDIA.N, William P.att, Master.
Ship UNI'AS. IP. W. Laiham. Master.
Ship EMBLEM. A. L. Dyt-r. M.aster.
Brig MANlIA'TT.N, Wmn. F. Doan. Master.
Brig ANN ELIZA. C.-H. M1ally. Master.
Brig METAM\ORA. H. Ashblv, 'aster.
Th, se vessels are of light daughr of water, built
expressly forthle tradle, of'the best materials, copper
faistened and c.ppere.l, vtqh haiidsome aceoithimoda-
tions, and will sail puinctuaf.asadvertised. When the
day of "sailing falls on Sunday,'lhe ihip will sail on
the Monday foll,,wing. Thle prie of pasaXge yla $40,
without liquors. All go,,.s forwarded tb the subscri-
bers will be shipped free of' commission.
E. D. H[I i',LBUUT & CO.
iNv. York, Sept. 1, 184:3. m4 Snmh .
Co-P.- I inife riJp.
T ilE sullsi rllers liaae this dIay asqocile.d tlhem-i
.s'li'vr! in bu.;iiess, Enmlerl te tir.n ol MicKAY
A. N. leKAY,
S.-H. 'HAR'rTtlORNE.
Ap.pAlchic,)la, SetH. 1,: j43. 9"-3in

F ra nklily A Vpe~ lvrto
Louisa W. Sprowl, IN HANC
vs. 'Bil fdr'Divwee.
Craeford Sprowl. orDivO .,
IT appearing to the satisfactio'of. the CoUrt, t*t
SCrawford Sprowl resides be 4o4APh tilmitq Cf".'
Territory of Floridla ; t ff. t.t^Bfte O'C, tXt
publication be'made.' fIqthreet e oq th opui9 Iah
defendant CrawfordiSpiowl, to i at; a C.'Irt to
be held in Apalachicola oq 'ihe orrtlodsyi De-
cember next, and show cause, if 41y there, b e why
the divorce as prayed for in said Bill'sHbutd riet lie
grated. SAM'L. W, "C4MACK, .
udage of the Lpaac.htceot Dptrict.
Apalachicora, June 2d.843. je'.3f -

The President of the United States cf Amrrica,
To the Marshal of the Apalachirola District
liis exhibited his libel or complaint against
the Sie.amboar "FANNY ELLSLER,". wh'ereo
LumaIn A. Plielps, is, or late was, master, her engine,
tackle, apparel, and furniture, and also, aginist all
persons lawfully intervening for their interest in said
Boat, for cause of admiralty, civil aud maritine, stat-
ing, blledlgmV, and prtpoungdnR:
First, ThIat on or about the fifteenth day of Febru-
ary, in lthe year of our Lord, one thousand eight hun-
dred and forty-thr-e; libellant shipped on board said
ste.inb1but at the Port of Apalachicola, in said Dis-
trlct as Pilot, at the request of L. A. Pbelps, master;
of said'Boat, to perform a voyage from and tb Said
pdirt of Apalachicora. .
second, rlidt said Boat with libellant' as Pilot pro-
'Ceeded 6n said voyage and completed the sainm.e.
Third, That libellant acted as Pilot on said Boat
in all, one obnrh dnd six days, and his services were
worth at the rte of' one hundred and fifity dollars per
month, and lhat there is due from said Boat to said
libeHlan, for services as.aforesaid, the sum of'one,
bu dudrvl t-Htfbfrty-aivei dollars....
F'- FPe-ufLh, l i l1 and singular, thle premises are true
and-within the 'admiralty and maritime jurisdic-
tion of this Honorable Court, in vatification whereof
if denied, libellaut craves leavelto refer tob the depo-
gkiins and other proofs, to be by him exhibited in
this CNilse. ..
You the'said itarsliha, "re therefore, 'authorized.-
empowerel and strictly enjoined, promptly to cite
and admonish all persons whosoever having'0r:ipre-
tending to have any right, title, interest or claim, in
or 'to said steamboat "Fatmy Ellsler," her engine,
tackle, apparel and furniture, or to be cbncerued in
any df the said preimises in said libel alleged, by post-
ing a copy hereof on the wheel house ofl said steam-
boat "Fanny' Ellser," and cause.the same to be pub
lished in a newspaper published in this District, at
least two weeks before the return day hereof, and by
all legal ways and means to render the sane most
notorious and public, to he -and appear before the
Judge of this Coutirt on-thie fourth day of De'Ctnber
next. at the :place of"holding Court. i the City of,
Apalfichi61a, and also,-to attend at every session or
sessions fiaidotiurt to be held from then and ibence,
until a definuitive sentence shall be pronounced and
made in said business iiiclusive-ly, if any of Inie
shat thiink it'their dtty so t do, 'to hear, abide and
perform all 'arid singular, such judicial acts as are
necessary, and by law required to be done and ex
edited in the.premises, and to do andr receive what
our said Court in that part shall consider, Voderr the
pain of the law and the contempt hereoff, the abuse
and contumacy of'bem 'br either of'them in any wise
notwithstanding. And whatever you shall do in the
pemrdises, you shall duly certify to the Judge of our-
said Court aforsaid, at the time and place aforesaid,
together with these presents. .. -
<.. Witness the Honorable SA'M't. W. CA-
SL.S. I MACK, JIle of our said Court atApala-
( chbicola, this the 14th June, A.,D. 1843.
, GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
T, HE undersigned will,
:db :=.. ," open an Office in 'ome
,.JE central store on Water street.
.-- ~oh the lst Sept. next, and it
'dkt~& 4& -19 'bi intefition to rdn o- i h f^ic


Apffatebt1tt rt.
Brown & King,
vs. Assumpsit. '
Wiiliam B. Stbkes, sur- Attachment fuo $80W-6.
giving partner of Stock- Damages, $,200 00. '
tons & Co. I. .** h..
TBEHE Defendant al:all others interested amft re-
Squired to appear aid pl.na ib fie'declrt atio
filed in said case. YON'RE "& TAYLOJ, .
Marianna, July 1. 18k3.-9n Aty'-f
Fkankfin Stperlor -gut.
-Willia Wellborne, ) ttachm io 3
Elijah Kirkpatrick, \ "Damiages 30. .
T HE Deferndant aid all others intemeated;,
hereby notified of the institution of the above
'suit, ;and required to plead according to. Ilaw.

Attbmiesfor PIPf.
Ap)alachicola. Feb. 1st. 1843. mll'm
Franklin Superior Court.
Olcott, M'cKesson Co., Attachment'731.
72V ...:.. Dama'ges $1000.
David G. Gillihsi ,
T H11 E Defendant aud all others interested, .are
L hereby notified of thle institution of ;he ebove
suit, and are required to appear and lea4d acotrding
Aalrxes for
Apalaehicola, Feb. I.t, 1843., Mall 3Tr;

Franklin Superior C-oArk.
W;illiam G. Porter & Co.. Attachment $270.
14vs. damages 50o.
'JameS L. De Lonev. .... ..
T 14 FE defendant in the above soruit ind all others
Interested, will take notice of the ingitutioa oT
the same, and plead accntdingl. ; -
Ahttbrms f Pt'P /.
Apalachicola, Mav 12)ih, 1843. rm24 3 :.

Cotton Broker.
M-1iIE PLXNTERS can find the subscriber at
.J bis offce in Alp;dachicola, next fall ready and
;)rf pard to, sell cotton, aind will be Lhankful for a
sihayv 4f their patroi)ige. He feeis confident that
iris using his best exertions, that ail parties wlli be
sriiisfed .
Au ust 12. 1843. J. B. STARR,;
'riOTl(cE.J. L. WY;MIAN is ihy duly author-
. i,,-,I:-d eir]l' d,,riit my temporary absence from
. he Territory.
Apal;chicla, July 5, 1843,

MOOMW u5 UIS JutuuVlu l UU VIC Ml&
Kt;Q~6~;~lefef. iDor Atctht n Business exclu-
sively, and those who feel dipl;osed to give hiuo u share
(or the wh,,Ie,) of their 'patro'nag-e,-"shall have it at-
tendtd to twnh itrmptuess and despatch. A II con-
signmne'ntB tfat come to the subscriber, will, be atteld-
e(d to according to instructions without delay, -and
with the most economical charges that an be road.
No goods wwit be 'received ai my office to sell at Auc-
tion, excepting, it is Segar,; Coffee,' ines, and such
articles-:as cen be solaby sample. The subscibocr
will always be ready at a moments notice, to attend to
there followIng sales, viz:
Dawaged Cfllon, .
Port Ware's Sale.. ,
,-.ales of Redl Estate. r ,
S furniture Sales, fc., 1._ :.
AuAd s-1 other sales that may be required At a per-
son's residence, or any place which may be desired.'
By confining himself to the above out duor Aucrion
Business, and give other auction establishments an
opportunity of receiving goods to sell from (tie Mer-
chants of Apalachicola. He wilt alo attend, to the
C.,tlon Brokerage Business, and will be thankful for
the kind Ipatronage 6fthe Planters of Florida, Geor-
gia and AlaaitMa. fle'.lH"endeavor to use his best
exertions in'selling cotQn at the highest market
prices t piivate oi Me lnd hopes by these etertiohs
he:will getithe selling of some cotton. Hfs charges
tor cotton at private sale, will be it the lowest possi-
ble rates. By the above remarks be expects to re-
oceive some. busiuenss from hiis frietdS and acquaintan-
)eC nexitFall and Winter. .J. B. STARR,
1 .1 ," _-,- i: A-uctioneer and Cotton Broker.
Apaiacercoia, July l, 1043.'

Te-roitor'y f. Fkarida. '- .
Louies inilo Lt.tal oTf the- ,
firm J. Lahens& Co.'ofthe
Oity of New Yorki fNotice of Pettiion oT
.+ .foreclosure mortga e
Himaa Nours'e,' Hiram W "./
Brooko & laho D Howell.
:TIHE defendants and all 6tfers interested. "itt
TI.-hereby.nolified that the above Paitiff will, .at
the next term of the 8iurior Couti t'o b6t hq1. 6k"
the county of Franklnn, Tetory aT idl ailp .
the Honorable Judke of te Apala'chiiota Distict, :
for a judge efit 'of forecl0iure of a cetiB mo4rtgagb
made, executed and delivered by "th'e above defu n "
ants to Lot dark. President of the Southern m i
Insurance & Trust Company, his successor in eftee
and lnssigned : On the third dlay of April, in Mtbyer
of our Lord one thousand eight .htdfred and t.lirtt
eight, to secure the paymedl 'of a certain Bond ik
the said mortgage apeefledk, bearing even date tbwa.
with, for the sum of fdrty-eight thousand f itol*i A
tlie following Plcebls or lots of lands, situatrted, yg
and being in theCihy of A palachicola,:. u4 Terqt
aforesaid, known and designated in-aiSiair'pt *fP
of said city, as lots No. (2) o i, tl bMielk C., fmoB
range, excepting therefrom a oftip of land foar feet
wide and twenty feet long, oni the southwein t.eb[i '
said lot, (said stltp being longest east ad-weestL)
No. (1) one, I block P". fRont ng .rag l.ti,{
two, In bloek F.; foont range; t' 6;1t
pas of block No. (2) twe, tad Catiat
Righ, Center and Mairket atreb,,it ana po ble.
block the Mansion House now sttut, ceataiieg.teid
(10) lots, numbeed from-oae (1) to nea, (10) tate
with all and singular apparteeoamefts 4bTia 4 lto
and the said mortgage having t!eij s to MW ii, ,*..-
the Soatherd Lilfe tratinee-'ft tc Cofnft pojm l
will apply for its foreclosure as oab -lf ..... ":.
(Copy) LOUIS E Mf.LB-: ,,LM N-"f --
By J.&-L -,A O C ttR& A Wi t *6
ApalDchkola, Det 17th, M.43.



P; trelllologyq
Pathe t.logy,

PORT OF APALACHICOLA..,'Se)pteinhirir 16.


HE dtisign of this popular and interesting work,,
is the investigation of all the lahs which ap-
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the production of those states of the ind, calitd
T.- R.NCt,, CL,%RVUYA, (E,
;!ld various other A-enta| Ph,-nomern, which have'
hitherto remained shirouled inmysre'r.'.
Its pages are enrctioed with) Essays atid Cornmumlai-
cations, ,detailing FACTS, illsiraiing thde Science ,f'
GEPHOLOGIY, which teaches the Itnfluences and'
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ISfvl; toetg&her with aSich information. aa may assist
ille hi mlht suu'eStvui of tfis wondecrlhl ageilatto
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..O.Lir.F Hoi i NUA SUFstVrrs-. ''
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%iti) bleflie January. 1844. augl9
4 9 Bags Green HAeiana COFFEE-
93 1). IStI lerces Mulaasesf
"a in. Regolia Sizzars;
S10 boxes \White Havana Sugarq
6,0 boxes (;uavaJellty.-
STlie cargo of the 'Jobn Alyn," now la'idin,.
a e For sale low by J DAY & C(';.-,.
a61fa 52 Water st.

7'o Raise a .ind by Tiiion for tie Education of
SPoor Children .
SIcTiti 1. Be it enacted by the Goiemr" and Le-
gislatioe Council of thee 2'eory of Florida. That
out of the Territorial tai and auction duties hereafter
assessed, collected, or received in this Territory, two
per centum elf the amount s0 clleted shall b6 retained
and paid over by te lakx collector or auctioneers
respectively; as thbe bat may be, of each of the coun-
ties of thibts Terriiory, io the county tresffriier iu an.J
for theeouiaty i which such tax shall haie been lot-
letted. -
--'3cr: 2. Be it fwrter ected, That he sum. so
paid tivrr t and received.y the cuuty treasurer,
sbhall be set apart and const.itute a fund for the educa-
licu af pbor orijpa ciildlP- of the county to which
the funds belong. .
SECT. 3. Be itftite r weied. That it p.balUbwlhe
dbry of the assesors 6f taxes in each drf tie counities
of this Territdvy, to take annually, while assessLig
thie taxes, a list of all poor orphan irhildren residing
within Ihe county, together with the nanW..;ige, ann
sex of each respectively, and whether the father and
mother both be dead, or only oue; if that one be the
mother; Ihen to die in the county court a list for the
infirinatiou of the county.
SECeT 4. Be it further enacted, That the county
eourA, at least two-thirds of the magestrates sitting
shall he and is hereby intesied with the power and
eharg.d with the duty of appropriating annually, ihe
.said funds, or such part thereof, as they, or a majori-
t of them, may deem neciessary,-for the schooling of
ttlh poor orptans of their county, having a reasonable
rg;aid, 24s near as may be, to an equip disrttbution
'among all the poor orphans brought to the rtte of
the cou-A in the manner in this act pointed out; and
.having also a due regard to the.w(st economical
disbursement of the funds.
SECT. 5. Be it further enacted, That should there
'beany error itt the list of orphans returned to the
court, it shall b6 lawful for any person to suggest such
,error or errors, whether of augmentation or diminu-
tion, to th'e court, who may preceded to hear. evidence
Tind regise'r su'eh as have been omitted, or strike off
such as are not entitled to admission.

We are authorised to annouice-
JA IES G!BS()%)N a candilidate for
the office of sheriff of- Franklin county-,
at the ensuing election in Novelnber



o. iX. Pallals,
(FPrmerty of Mobile,)
} HAS determined to establish
himself permanently in this city.
Jand rPspectfully solicits the pat
renael of the citix'tbk of Apa-
lachieola and the up-coultr%
ge.uerally. He flatters himself
thai a thorough and practical
knowledge of his business, combined wilh a desire tn
deserve and obtain the confidence of the public, wil!
rusure.him success in hisundenrtaking. '
Refer lo B. T.CmtOo Esq.
Apalachicola, Sepi. I6, 18-3. 33i'
T rHE partnership heretofore existing under ib-
name, firm and style of WHITE:&- WALK-
ER, was disalved oni'the eigbthn day ofJune last.
The unsekiledbusiness of the late firm will be closed
Marianna. Sept. 9, 1843. -l6 In

anuaIw:ay I
IL BROUGHTto Fraokihn County Jail. on the
a1 6th inst., a Negro Mau,. who, calls' himself
,. BILL, and says he belongs to:---. Nell. 4Il
_Colu"rmbus, Ga. The said Negro is abott 25 y.,ars
old. five feet five inches high. and dark complexion
The owneasr of said Negro is requested to come for-
ward, prove- property, pay expenses and take him
away .. JAMES GiBSO N,
Apalacbicola3,. Sept. 9, 1U4, 'C ity 3"rshal;



t COPIES of Francis of Vat; ..
20 25 copies of Weif and ERida-lr-imv
Irh ton; ... : 9
25 copies of Bibld i' Spain; .-. .' .
25 Facfory Life i l Nei,,Eilandl
50 6" Zincahi;
25 Eugenia Giandetr .... ,, ..
S For Sale cheap by .. ".
~arch "9B. HALE Y,
March '29 27 water-W/

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Fraunliii Superior Coart.
Louisa W. Sprowl, IN CHANCERY.
Vs. Bill for D~ivurce.
Crawford Sprowl. ( Bill fr Divorce.
I appearing Lu Lthe satisfaction or the Court, that
Crawford Sprowl resides beyond the limirs of' ilie
'T'errilory of Fl'orili; It is therfbre Ordered, that
puNblication be made fur thiee Inonithi, nonlying (lie
dtelfendlant Crawlnor Sl>pmwl, to ap,).Arat n Count to
be held i1 Apiclii.lcohi on the lirsl .Moindayf in l)e-
embner next, and show cause. iI .ally there be. wh)
th t divorce ts prayed itrr in .nid Bill sbohnil init'b
granted. S,1'1. l. CAHIAL'M K,
Juldge ol' lthe AmIilachIcIld UioCrcI.
Aialachicola, .Ju -e -2d. ld4.. jelll4 I3II

In the United t:l- For the AJiit,'ilih,4',l D)istrict of Florida:
OSHUA viERC:EK, of the County of Jacksdn,
in said District, having filed a petition praying
to be declared a bankrupt:
It is Ordered, That cause be shown before the
Court on the second l monday in (ilth) September
tiext, at 10 'o'clock, A. Al., why Joshua Mercer,
should not receive his discharge anti certificate as a
B-ankrupt; and that notice thereof be published in
some public' newspaper published in said district, for
and during the period of seventy days before the day
of-hearifag, with notice to creditors, according to the
rules and regulations in bankruptcy.
A copy-Teste.
Superior Court of Jackson County;.
Marianna, July Ist, 1843. jyl 3mn,

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Ery? N.ifr J ballukia ihn Original and cx-
"MC Deiig on 'Steet.
"fiUjW by,. fQA UPA P. MORRIS.
41Pjrtted by J. 0. CHAPMAN,.
:,. Term-83- per onatai,
'N the course ofea few weeks, the undersigned will
.: t commence, on hi6 Own account, the publication
""f nwis "riea of the New York Mirror, in the oc-
:Ia, forin, on an e' iiely.novel and original plan, with
'i. iepengrarigin eery number; and at the reduced
plr,,.t toe dalnrs per annum.
hp New 'irmror will appear with many striking.
V.- attractive C.adres, ia.tlangaishing it frn every
"other periodlCal. It will be published with new yp',
"On 'it paper, and each number will contain aba mei-rt-
: ful'6iginal eigravirg on steel, designed. and etched
-.by ".Cfipmaa illustrating the letter-press *lich it
accomnpanies,.wid which ilnit invest with peculiar
interest', Besides the canttibutons of all:our exten-
sive oorps of a corrftpohdents--!which embraces most
ot the talent of this totntry--we have made arrange-
motasfobrfresh .and easily translations from some of
the best writers of Fradee, and. for proof-bsieets from
teteral of the popular authors of England. With
stoh materials, and with such able fellow-labouirer
+iathe terary vineyard, we, hope 'to present to the
Aierican, Xeader c. weekly journal of great value,
ifad itm iualt eelleance. The paradeof mere names
-will bes6l6u)qusly avoided.: The Mirror will be
remarkable, we hope, rather tlor good articles without
"ames, itift4or poor articles with distinguished name.
It will embrace in its scope' every department of
Seleg Uteprature, comp,'risiu tales of romance, sket-
chei of society aad ina ers, sentiments, anti every-
day life, piquant essays, dotpestic and f6reigu corres-
poadence, literary intelligene,, wit and ba.nor, fashion
aaaoanip, poetry, the fine arts, and literary, -musical
andtiramatic oriticii.n.. Its reviews of new works
+awiMt lb+eir5ati'a ref i 0,imiating, aud impartial. It will
mirt to foSter a liteRture suited to the taste and desires
of the ago and country. Its tendency will be cheer-
ful and enliveuiiig as weHll as improving. It will seek
to gratity every refined taste, bat never to offend the
'most faAditous; andt itwill ever feel its duty to be, to
r-turn'the' sunny side of things to human eyes."
The work -will be published every Saturday, in
in numbers of sixteen large octavo super;royal pagds,
tiLth double eoea4mnua, and enclosed in a neat orna-
rmentallevfr. It will Iorm, at ihe end of' the year
two superb volumes, each of four hundred and six-
teen pages, filled with tl6b geni "s literature and the
fine arts. I
The verylow price at which it will.be issued, ren-
ders,i -lthqc piest periodical it-this or wany other
Seqtuptr, '&o niilering th- costapd beauty of its Filly-
Two P'ngravings, and the intxrjttic value.of itsiliterary
eCmtft. l- hose desio1.0,'13r receivingc the paper
frolo.the comnimencement, will have it punctually sent
to their address upona their forwardiog.to the under-
-Biged.l at No. 4 AnnI street, three doIlars, free of
:I: Letnes, loclosiAg theamount of subscription, may
be frauke4 y, all postmasters. Agents, carriers, ail
newsmen, will be supplied mn the usual terms.
"' . The Cash System vill be rigidly aItkbred to,
Without A,% deviation whatever.,
*' : EORGER P..' MORl S, Edter &:Proprietor,
*, + + No. 4 Ann street, near'Brioadway.
.''New York-, Macl lt U1, 143. ,
i. ".i ...-.. PPROSPEGCTUS ......
.< -. ,! oftb + : + .t .
;.:/,, :.:-A Aic/i U.R EIt
r + grovring impoitnce ,of. our little City-the
reaat resources and extent oftiheocountry which' must
prtytually Ire-mde- t tihatary tO it, reader tbrhe etab-
11shme'nt of a paper in tris pl;tce, hot %onty necessary'
- ;: bt absolutely imperious We tlhertefure propose to
ouptrlty 0A. *nu dad offiw **i" ^''*'*"'"s '';
"" -' Plro'aIImI : '::
O ,IhIe" CGbI ercial aud Agricultural interests of this;
action will-be: first. )u consideration as they are in
ioportance-to agriqiulturo particularly, much alien-
ion, will bet devoted, VT6,o. teceu, discoveries ond;
inmrovemnems it tbifs fience will be sought itmV' with
nvidity and urgid upon the auention of those engage J
1 1thir useful occupation vithi azealaitl energy worthy,
of so high and honorable n pursuit., -
it' political character, looe Copwier wti e oWhig
lothe back bone.' -:%a vathig however, aaecided and
opa staod ia policies it will never descend to lew
jbt.onaltexr pa.rty'.abuse but upon all the great ques-
1(lvMo of" the oapntry, untrammeled by party chains
an alike-reArtlles3 a the smiles of the one or the
ftdindalf the o'ber, will pursue a fearless and honest
aolawrsj The truth will always be i he object.
*.*-Hi-Uia the pursuit of this object, we find ourselves
1Bp08Bd tthose oith whomn we have heretofore done
]qitr.i isll freely sacrifice old connections fury
Ir-ltet. principle. We lloo hrporrithe Hoborane
jrfi'N&YGLA .l., of KeKtuy,, Ia, sihe proper e, -
lbalnf-tl, Neirmc.plff. of the W..i e party; con.e-
qur~iiir. thbtg hit name at the oead of our c.l-
MOMl.KL t Bw .aitubl ei andipRte for the nexd
,rltiorntt, Bteal that political character more fu'iy
itbf.n w aild ia a.lonlg ftt, elaborate article devoted
fpLwubMjit tWe shall therefore rairioeib e bayser
pf..'f IttE CtIab o' y(., pre Preri lent, Wnd
moat Jf DA S witf org M aWehoe. f Vice Pre.idhnti
arriftolderr toibebetier ad.tpati-o ofour paper t. the
";leiB d' taatf, of 'Ihe geCourf reader, it wipn be our
Hf.Lo~farrBish udwr ~.tf~ir appropriate *heads aod
b^eaitioH, al that'is.ttttKeatira, amusln^.or in.n
attrcattve.in luwrlre Seifrnw ana Art r avoidling as
macb' ase pbsaiMsaaarteume trtadca'~uiwae#any ooe
*ab~Cl ^Fot t~i~rien tT~sof"6 *.:fibBfIQINAhL PAL S. In. pre parario n. When
aoc icpapnfd with onguanal tales.. those of a highly *in-
(M~btibb~ayrte- ch rato the best-of our judgement will
Mi 6jijte~ftf0 the mor-popCular wprte of` Ih d
*-tisBhw eo~od~ia~slat ''o he Co)urier,: depeoab m.cti4~

MptbjW defwi.t nosb wiih in obtaidriig petrhlfgi;
Inhte^)be are rspectfilly invited net
oty W. ie~~.rl ser pIetoni supportt. but to% lend the
we rjtW'riaflmene.i' KvEperience has taghtr us
ir~te~ Ptt'll QLcowrtr'f91 always to reqire
tl-eb A5H ia advm:t.'.. ,
t:lf.f DrIer .wll -be issued every Tues-
i t rs ami fifty cents, wrrw
a adInce yu y peMY 0.
r6ly i^rbell bee ent~ed to a. copy 6f
WbH itL rper C#( 1ill be alfqw-
bs'ffPEitrl~e~fttJIy Bolicited to act as
".'bVia fiaibpset will please copy.
r. 6 r'i-yRGN. & JONES, Editurs.
... ...... A, BU.CB R, Publisher.
aA- Y, 0aoeneuqg. G,, a.,a 1843.

nlW .4 T RX l2SaI
T liE Proprietor of. Ihu above establishment, re-
_L.specfully informs his friends ad, the puiublie,
that'he is now prepared for the reception oW' Board-
ers. transient visitors, & c.,., .c. He assures all these
who whq. may honor. him with heir eommpany, that
he will furnish flesm accommodations,, equal'to -any
in the City. Hia charges wiHl be moderate, and he
pledges himself,.to spare neither trouble ot expense
in giving satisfaction to his guests, being determined
,to.m;erit q share of public patronage. .
Rait af.fBoandfting, ,4 '-i 4 -. : : 'g "
Board and lodgmg, per month; $30 00 -
wilthont lodging,' .2 ;. : +.; 80 08
i per week, with lodging,' 9'' 9'(4
pe -day .- "; ...t. .- -1 50
D inner, +" -.* + ',' ; ,t; ,* s;+ 7
SBreakfast or Supper,.(eacb, : .50
Lod1gin-a. I '. ,>. ^ ;.;* 0
SFires per mooth, 0o, es. n, a
oinule fires", n as t
n Cliih ltdrie and qervantrs, half-prico.
parilachicola, March 13hll, 1843. piel r -
T he ~propriertors of the above esirbliahftMnt, an-
-T uoutce-tu tulr pubhlu t s*Ajijhy have fitteft np the
house formerly known as tht'7611 AKSPEA' k,"
and that, tey are noW ready tCr the reception oftir
friendaaandthe publie generally. Nopaint br ex-
pense h-is been spared in building splendid bowling
alleys, lforthe benefit ol all thoie who wish to rmttse
themselves an TEN PINS. We have also 9hlpied
our BAR wih tht he oicest SEU.fARN. WINES
andl LIQUORKS the market can afford. OY.STERS '
and articles of 'REFRESHMENT in the Peatiig nte
will be served up iu the most approved style-, and at
nll hours. Day hoarders can be accpmmodiq atd, at
reasorn.ble- price%. We flatter ourselves 'Wfror .the
experienee we have had in this line aof'butliest, 'apd
the attention we will bestow upon our patrons will
entitle us to a full share of the p'ubUd p9irqnagp.
W. H.'KELTON &' Co.
Apalachicola, lMach ,ii, 843.,"" m4 tif
P.B QsPEC .... U.
.,o .of the
IN presenting to the puthfc hd.pro'sp cft =f'ofTrt-
1 listing the ftbove named pape,, it' beCorns Our
duty to state, distivitly.ttb coumre'we ir.tedV1' i p'r-
sue. and tbe position we shall endeavor to occupy
during our editoriat-Tareef "Cub-stom hasAancti.ned
this procrdarej and it :s mhde by K'eni-ril 4lclainuien
- an estnblishel rule, for all persons seekiii&-the j$* n-
neoft Ihe peorde te mak-e-known Vapo '*hat 'd6ib'ld
they expedf% receive it t; ad w haptnieka' i s
shouldl entirtl the-l to it r ''-'7 is :'
When we first consented to control the destinies
of i he (,azetir, wes-were fully awmeot" Ihea- nppnsi-
biliiv we would locn(r, nd ilte- bulq'iei,.'t"tNrowild
devol1 uotn us as faithfil jou'rika :bj,,taing
into consideration the idjwrtaqiean e ,'.94.e ia% a
our youthbfl, but proiper.ou, city thrgrl, j ,fcf o
,lesilninate useful and wiiinijog" .iati^, .nd #Is
great advanrsge'our 1666d triete.,wo. W j.Fi HI
the ,slabrishnrvt ofa p re 1i the iuhjmqit ef
from which their staplel .ire Aip**WWAII GIRA hoJflw *-:
to surmount all difficulty, and..Wraattv b-" s .bnpp
1i4 breeze, trustiag. our c49194ak.04 14.. MO. et Ig Q
e ine ,roas I;e[ ie : ,
Vtie*ig tg iAst increased 'otle l lei -
iinpioettance of our town, 60*- 84i,
felk firt't, lontmt of Flor noeaab^ ^ J-S*
reitaftesion receriipta s._fficli encAqJ~i AerU-
tain our paper, and render it upgtgYte.^f
It I'S 0i object Wo ^is'b^^;^i-pw^iwrf
m;nMitine aisitaiiads th at w"ar<,ofqer" i o Sr
reader.., rogpther'wit aupit aid "qeft't. ,,,
.rent," and kil l o J atp o aiherihptpreal' 1m10
that r a1.,r Cbmpi ,iP-our. i .
tlbiit n p~ e on w .onde( our np~tc e; , ,, ^ r ~tu ^ ,t ^ ,dl
Siotn; and moratily shall nqt, uvq ,. i.,Ril
artices or'articl of a tmreoito ammtir w i,.OR
cludeud frain our co:lums, .... ,..,] .,
Sobscription 83 a y.'pt.. NMI,BR ripti"'tlitphlt
unless paid in Advance. ,, ,, ,
K. Ui. ALIEt~..~, o~w
A L" E ".10k d%+
A. ft. A LEXN ER, Editor.
Port Leon. June 10th. 1843 :.. "/
Dia olj..fll:ng u ,l a
.T8iE C&:pfrftnershtp hi rtt'ettii9litiig uttdei 1'
same and'sty1reof,,CAaMyiA, & ALLAR6ycE,i
-is this dlay dissolved by mutn'oad-ibohnt. THi ilftir '
of the concern will beetredby Donatd Cai Ipff.
Apalachicola, hine 12th,. 1843. .. -. ". ..
*"'TOTICE.-All person. hlnine
1N late firm of "Campbell &. AUardcee.:' ,tprl
seat them tor settlement, and .those'iodestie .ar rl<
quested to make immediately payment.. .., "
jel4 3t DONALD" CA PBEL'L. "

In'the Ulit: d States C urt, I
For the Apatacicomla District 4f Florida:
-W "LLINAI BURNSIDES, of the County of
J'ackson, Ii said District, individually and as
one ot'f ihefirm of "Win. & Thos. Burnsildes," hav-
ing filed a petition praying to be declared a bankrupt.
It is Ordered, That cause be shown before the
Court on the second Monday in (llth) S-ptemher
next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., why William Buronsides.
should not receive his discharge and certificate as a
Bankrupt; and rhat notice thereof be published in
some public newspaper pftiblished in sail district, for
and during the period of seventy days hbelre tre day
of hearings wiih notice to creditors, according to' the
rules and rjirlations in bankruptcy.
(a copy-Teste.)
TtOS. T. LONG, At'y for Petitioner.
Marianna, .fly Is(, 1813. jyl 3m
Il the lrnliled States Court,
For-the Apalachiola District of. Floridai
-" THOl S BLURNSMDES, of the; -County of
SJacksin, i said+ District, iniiividually and as
one of the firm of "Wm. ,& T'hos. Burnsides," hav-
ng filed a petition praying to be dec.-,- -.I a bankrupt.'
P is Ordereld, That cause be shownn before the
Court ponfthe.seond Mionday in (lth)Seplember
next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., why Thomas Bnurnsides,
should not receive his discharge-alul- certificate as a
Bankrupt; and that notice thereof be published in
some public newspaper piublishedl in said district, for
and during the period ofiseventy days before the day-
of hearing, with notice ro eredlitors, according to the
rules and regulations in bankruptcy.
(a copv-Teste.)
THO:3ST.T: LONG, Att'y for Peltitoner.,
Mariafirn,:'July ist, 1843. jyi. 3m
In- the ,Uited States .Court,
Far the- Apalackicola Distriet of Florida:
H.ARLES.HOWARD,: f the County of Jack-U
son in said District, havirvg filed-a petition pray-,
itIg to.he deareid a Bt.korupt: -
, Ai.is Ordperd, -Thaciecause be shown before the
Court Pmjthq -eaoni Alundt iv inp (the, 1lh,;) Septeini
bcr nqet,at 1) o'W:l.k, X. .... 'why_-,-ha He4 -Howa rd,i
honlnid not receivehisdiiclharge ane certificates as
mnkruplt.; -andd that nolire thereof be published in.
some publBienspa u lpttblishted it saidt di-lrict, for
and during the perio'ld of sevemy days befrae the day r
of hearing, with notice lt ;ereditor.^'aecot dain to the i
ruls.a arl regulations in bankruptcy : -:
a.:opy---'resle,) : .

S ,,: .... -tfor -Petioner.
iarinanna, Jtay lst,;l43'. jyl 3m

uBft. iiW: Onag. raIrtne. 4sarance.
Iz l '. l* *JG.hNSURANCE & TRUST
*v 'y~l:fi^B^ i~ g"a tiaue totake .-Fire, Marinrt
ad''It ,BiM as favorable terms as other good
W gL9'^vWeEjim lanpply to
...... iJ Y -A &.CO., Agents.
_F4r.-*tb, 1843. febrl tf

WJ'I %WL.BFLS bless ahd Prime PORK;
-- <3 IO0 do Pilot and Navy Bread;
30 hatf 6is No,. Mlackert4;
..W&) %WeMMw and Vrime Beet;
O kiega Goshen Bu ter.
Aw tr. received and for sale by
5J DAY & GO. Water st.
t.Y,-L r i .'.

SWARM P 8PRitt.N< .
T HIS Eutaolishaiert is .agam opeifio the' recep-
S tioll of visitors. We did *o beat b s te.i all
last season, aodAwill do the same this.. -Welirike our
old customers, and would be gtadtos%4 o:iobtuid-
ance of new ones this season. Oiur charges' wili he
the same as heretolbore $30 tiirr"mauth "ebluing
baths, &c., and we will receive in iaymeor USji'rme
kind of funds, to wit:.Ceutral and Alabaema mfhey
at par. Our Bathes are splendidly arranged--4il int
number-each 10 ft. square in the etear, aadls0 ar-
ranged as to raise the water to ay' depth required.
The spring affords upwards Of thirteen hundred' gal-
lons of water per minute, and the temperature is pre-
cisely 90 degrees, justthe right temperature for plea
saut bathing-the water is highly medicinal, andla a
a certain cure for Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, &cl., &c.
The analysis of the water, as taken by Dr:. Joi R.
Rotting, state Geologist of Georgia.
Height above the level of the sea, 7931 feet-q--ilihty one
wine pint, or 2d.875 cubic inehea-specific gravity 9*MIS-
distilled watCrbeiog 1,000gases. "m ; +'.,T '! .
Carbonic acid gas, -. 2 bie isheh'
Sulphurate Hydrygen, :.. ,a-tre, .,,
olld cunteqtd,. Carbonate of lime, grta,
." .Carbonate ofr iron, 3 5 do.
'" Magnessia, 111 09 do.
Temperature'or the water, winter and summer 90 deg,
O)ur Ball room will be' opened every night-g-*od
Music engaged-good roads are-Bwade far.riW a
nothing shall he wanting on o'if part.to reQ
comfortable. Hacks run daily f16 -eeroga- e t '
taih passengers earn reicti theo 8
and a very sn-all price from maiSR .- 0[t-
;as the opposition stages are stll. keptup, and thty.
,.crry passengers frequently for their cn ny. The
Monroe Ritil-oad runs within 35 miles of the Springs
and a daily line of stages connects also with Green-
ville. ,cSo the Savanuah and. Macoa people cas visit ,
us witi6ut delay. .
.Anyi person or persons,afflicted with Rheimaoism
or Dyspepsia, who wil;,via-t th.se !Spriuga, remain
du'nin, thle three sUilier mouths aInd are. n t. om.
pletely cbred (no matilr l;w bad a case it is) if ey
breatil;e.:ald drink thewafer regalarly..atd pay,pro-
per atteniliuni to, theirI t .u no charge wil he, made
for their board, c, -, .
Mr. & Mr-. Hudlwpeth, wiii have'Ie e entire charge
Of th'1He house, but I sha.1!, give my owrn! ,w(eitilea as
much as possible. "S. R. BONNER.
Columbus, May.25th1843_...- je7 2m

OILS, &c., &c.
T HE subsuriuer has j'pst received a large addi-
tion to hu is furnner stock, mlldng which arm the
loliuwivi articles:-




Tniled States Marshal Sale.
Edward R e.Boyle, lis Fifa.--Atlachment levied
June 11th, 18-11.
James C. Boote. June llth
BY virtue of a writ df fifa issued from the Supe-
rior Court of Fraokiin county, directed to all
andri singular the Marshals ol' the 'T'erritory of Florida,
I have levied ponu and siiall expose to sale in frunt
of the Csurt t,'use, in the city i, Apalichicola. be-
twcu llie uaual hour o'si sale on allTirdi the ibihild
,idy of June next, all the right. tLIle. intere-t. claim
,til deli.inl, ofJ-.111el (,<.JBioe. 1 L11141 1d 0o Ie Nortlh-
tl.al lill' ul' loi iuumbc ,.ve, block tilieeiu, wilh buildl-
ingls aud all ai|( 'triaii'L' t,'rc unt belonjiu-.
Kt)13 K b; l l' .4',L1"L . .l,,r/-h.il.
Apalachicola, MNa 3' ]43. .
The a.tbove sale po day of December nextr, by orderr of pl'fs att'y.
ROBKR PI vlY"EIt{. Ma,'rhal.

James' Powder,
Jujube Paste.
'" in vials,
Lem on Syrup, in bottles
by the box,
Lint, .
Liqttorice,, "
Lobelha,, ,.
/Luuar Caus'tic, -'"
Magnesia, Carbqnate
", Calcined, .
Mercurial Ointment,
3Morphine, .,..
Mortars, Gf'ssl"
t>, run,
SMlustard, :,
-" Seed, white,
Musk, -.
Nipple Glasses,. ;
Nux Vomica,
Oil Pepperrnint, .
Lemon, .
'" Cloves,
L" Bergamot,
Olive, in basket,
Paregoric, in vials by dz.
Peppermint, do
Pearl Ash,
Pepper Sauce,
Piuk RoOt, ',
Piperine, ,
Prussian Blue,
Precipitate, Red
14 Solution,
-Rosin, .
SRhubarb Root,
Rotten Stone,
Sago,:' ..
Stl Eratua,
Salt Petre,
Siake RoOr,
' Senna, .- i
S p oige, +' ,
Spirits Lavender, Compp.
Specie and Tincture
Squills, Root, .
.' ,.: Powdered,
Starch, ::.;
Stoughton's Bittersf i
Sugar of Leadl
Sulphate Zinc,
Syrap Squills.
Syriiingei, P.P.
S' fm 1 oz. to 24.
Tartar Emetic, .
Tooth Forceps,
Tooth Inatrantseres
Uva Ursi,
-Valeriain, : ,
V.rotrsb, Copal,, ,
., -., :1 Lemh,rlh r ;

S as, I' S.nizes, .-.+, ?
W ia White. ;

Acid 'l'artarit,
"6 Sulphurte,
A I Li in.
Apotlhlecaries Scales &
Aqrlu Ammoniiia,
Arrow Koot,
Baliain Copaiva,
"4 of Life,
Bark, Yellow
Black Drop,
'l Varnish,
Blue Pill, in mass,
Blister Plaster,
Boxes, Pill
Brimstone, Roll
Botlles. Wine
Breast P-ipes, .
t~frgund -14b*
; ,:' .-+riB-i vials,
(Cantharides; '
Carbonate Soda,
Caraway Seed,
CastorOil, by the gallon,
1:1" doz.
Cayenne Pepper;
Chamomile Flowers,
Chalk, -':
Chlori*e f Lirme,
Cinnamon, :
Colchicum Root,
Wine of .
Colinrbo Root, ,
.. "6 P6wdered,
Congress Waler,
Corrosive Sublimate,
Court Plaster,
Cough Drops,
Corks, Bottle
Copet Varnish.
Cream T)rtar,
Croton Oil
Cubebs, .-
Diamonds, Glaziers'
Dover's Powders,
Elixir Vitriol,
Elm Bark,;
Epsom Salts,
Essences of all kinds,
Ether, Nitric
Extracts of all kind%,
Flour Sulphur,
Funnels, Glass,
Ginger, Race
Gltu + "'
Grd.radate leasuires,-
Glauber Salts,
Gum Arabic,
.:'Guaiac, '
Hair Powder,
Hops, ,;'
Hylriodate of Potash.'
Herbs, assured .
lsi.,zlass, ^ '.

:rjpalaC..iieoj:a JDislract, ,
BroWni & King,i ".t/, .} ;. ;!ipi.)
B r,,s. ) Aasumpsit.,,
William B.' Stokei, 1u61- AtachmeuLii for .6800,00,
vi'uinf p.irtn -l' of S r .h l
tons & Co.
T iE Dcfeiid mlt acndall hers interested 'r'e Ire-
quireI to appear and ,,le I to ip declarai-m
filed II said caJse. YON.f;E & I'AYLjR,
,Aariinna, July 2I, iP343.--311n /ttf'jr Pl'f.
ifraUkli- superior Court.
.Wljliam \'ellbor!ne, Attachment for $1673 -0. .
VS. :- '- -''- =" -
Eliiah Krkpatric7,, \ .;-
irtlE Defeid-intr and all.otlers. interested3 are
J. hereby notified ef the inStitutioii of o the above
suit, aud required to plead according to law.
Attornies for Pilfs.
Apalachicola, Feb. Ist, 1843. mil 3m
Frankli n Superior Court.
Olcott, McKesson & Co., hmet 573 56
ar> *A1^i '3amnaaes-^lUOO.
T3. .Attlchrrent $5573 56.
David G. Gillies.Daages-1000.
J'H'. Defendant and. all othirq 'iilterested, are
J' htrebmby ,oiiie-i'of the instititioii. of the aliove
suit, ind are requited to ;Ippear abIId pleadcl according
Attornies for I-'laintiff.
iA'palhehicala, F'eb. l1t, 1843. m:iril '1n.

United S ntefs .lars.t.ia. ale.
Leitt A;.bpll, J
S vs. ;
H;I T.ilIr & Co.
vittue dl a writ ,t' li. fa., from Franklin Su-
,icri'r court t Io m.ednlecte,, i m:fvor ol Lent
N .Rcll, vs. -er "'lfr and [lorgdn L. Taylor
ut the latef lirn of H. R.raylor &5 Co., I will ori'er
for salet at public oCut-,y .Court Hlouse door in
aJthe Chey oji^i y^^ &tt^ S
'^Ht lay D-"ire;i6f-^~r^F^^ fv&r~^ ta
n6rthliLabi half of lot n r- ive, i it bolo -ic-e --
mI. a()piiileiiuaces. hein^gthe interest of Morgan L.
l').lor mn til o t said premi-,s. 'hlie said premisesz
beilgl Illh same latelv oc('Ullitl i), James C(. Boote.
R 1OBEtL'r vMt"EK S, Marshal.
Apalachicola, May llth, 1843. m17 Im
The above sale: postpone(] until Saturday the 2d
day of December next, by order of pl'ffs att'y.
jel9 ROBERT MNYEM Marhal.

SFranklin S p ro oat
+ Fruaniki Naperior ,Court. ,
Viiliam G,. Porter & (Co., Attachtnent $270'.
vS. damages $500.
;.James L. De Loiey. A ..
HE defendant in fthle above suit aud. all others
interested, will take notice of the institution of
the- same, and plead accordingly. -.
S '. Altorni'es for 'f'fs,:
Apilachicola, ;'ay t12th, 1843. rm24 3mi

Frnnklil Sii Suieriir- Court. :
Heury G, 41urybin, assignee, &e. ,oJnmeS C Io) e
: ( -'iKsC o l
.. .i : i : l others;
f.- ,ine eos )te.
lryKK" .N:)ICE tht, I i~c (hi-,lay fi!ed ,my
S ",rit,)I ,.f i>ir().hi'ur of mijrr^.t. bn th,- norlh
eastiy tadlf ott i(")No, 5, i squaYe 15, iu the (Ci y o4'
Apalachicola, s4al :11i.orl.. being giveri by you to
JOHN El. V-.K.IGLJ 1', ,&,'iie 15th day of June,
1841, -io secure :he snm ef seven hundred and forty-
two dollars ;ai.l eighteen cerits. "City Script,' and by
him assignied to me on the 7ih March, 1843.
; i ..;: r -r : Atafrniesjor Guyon.
Apaachicgia,-March 10ll<, 184-3. mll 4mieow
Territory ot' Florida.
Loaii E .el Lahehns, of the
Sfirm J. Lahenl & C'o.,ofl the
Clhyur Nof Yuirk, Natice of Petition oP
,s foreclosure mortgage
Hiram Nourse, iram W, .
'Brooks" &John"D. Rowell.
!1HE dfeuii ldnts and all other'ss interested, are
., hereby ntified-thata ti6eabqve Plai.ntf" will, at
th rexl ierM6 of"'thie Superior Cor't tor be hodea for
the count of Franklin. rer'.itry .iforiaiT,( applyv to
the Honorable Judge of the :AiilhchiCrlaDist'iclj
for a judgement of foreclosu:tre'." a eertain.,mortgage
made, executed and debvered by thpe -above defend-
ants to, Loet Clark. .President oft" the Southern Life
Insurance "usriit Co, and assigned ; Qn lthe third. day ofj.Al,ril; ia t.the Nea
of our Lord c ob tlaousand eight hundred abd thirty
eight, to securee (he pylir)Meni- a a, certain .-Bond:in'
the .; sid inortgage specified, bearing eyea date thlere-
with, for the sumq of tbrty-eihti tbhouspd itllars4 on
tlie following. parcel -or. 1ts of' lands, siiuated,- lyin
:illd being m the City.of palachicola,. adn4.Tvrritory
aforesa'id,. kniwwn aul defrtated' i j"he i.;rap or plan
of said city, as lotsl. No,. (i) two. in blpk 0., fronT
range, exqepting therlefrou a strip of a'l ioBr feet-
\vide aad" twenty feet Jaotg, Qn th,"outhws.t comrner,ofi
stJ, lot, (s4id Itrip hesin i longest est e anr we-t ) LotI
jd: (1) one, in block P.. front range. Lot Nor. (.2)
two, in block F.. front range; jwt uodiv tled fitki
parts of block Npo. (t) (wo, Ioundrle b' Chesnut,
iglh, Cdnter and ,Market streets, auil'upotn w.hiqti
block thbe lManstlou House now stands, conrainind ten
(10) lots, numbered fromin one (l) tcea., (I10) together
with all amnd singular appurtenances. The sHidl Bond
and the said mortgage having been assigned to mne by
thie Southern Lifeilnsurauuoo e Trust Comfmny, I
wilt spply for its forecleast as 'aove.
S(Gopy) : ; Loi U18 EMILE LA HENS,
"" B ..& L. BRANCH, ki Attornief.
Apalahicola,, tDee71 .h, 1843. re3 4m
r I r. I i ,
"W OTICE -Six. monrthw after dlate 1 Fsial apvty to
1 the Hon. Judge of ihe ('Cpity Ceitm of F'r&ekk-
lin Countyl, for Leiters of ,DimissionR flon the estii-
of Courtlao^ S. Thompson,. late.of snid oounrty de-
ceased. "', ; HARVEY WILLLAMS,
Apalachicola, July 29. 1r43. Adminstrator.
?-topri D6
STOTICE is hereby.given that this Dbpartineot i.
1W hiereby'given that this DepartmmPnt is ready to
i ereeein kll the Trpastiry Notes of the United States
heretofore issued bearing date on. or on any dale be-
fore the 1st day of July, 1842, a6d which." have be,-.
come :de brahallT becnne due, before, or on the 301il
.day ofrJite, 1843; and that acco'didg to thle provi.
sions of different acts'bf Congress, interest upon all.
the notes herein descrinbl will cease on the 30th day
of June next. .Any notes that may be offered under
thfs notice at ihe Depositories of the United States
in--h6' City of New Iork, or at' te city of Washing-
ton-; or arthe Tteasur, will be redeemed in money
and mot otherwise. J. C. SPENCE,.
i, ; Secretary of the Treasury

rlrt i~i;.iftX ~bh~Th;~i;nn

rA iRN I-r in

: Butler's Magnesian .Ape-
rienr' -t -
SSteer's O(odelToc, .
'- : Liquid' do.
Swaim's Panarea; '
Soda &SedliizlPow-
:, 1" -deo ; *' : "
P PIlls, Lee'";-
'"t.' Bindreth's : i
r. *-, .G.liean's I
I ":+ :t ,offntl's
Tonic m i 1tur
Rowan's Tonic Mistur

Andet'hs Cough Drops,i
Balsam of Life,
Bullard's Oil Soap,
Cornp. S rut, S.ars;apa-
Do. Sarsaparilla 5:.
Comp.Syrup Liverwort,
Bateman's Dr)iops,
British Oil,
fEye -Vater,Thomapson's
Godfriey's Cord il,.
[-arleaiOil, -:r + n : '

-, hire Ie d_+ [.- ; : t .i
Nos. 1,I and3, Sp-mish Brown, .-
Red Leadry, Verdigris in Oil, -"
Black iOi, yernil i:
rmV Green,' Paint Oil,
Yellow,, r Lamp i r ;'
Larmp Black, pirits Turpentine,
Litharge, Yello OI'ret '
-Paill, Br'ushes,- Saand Paper,
Sa;sb Tools, G:, Gass., 8 byi f1; 10 by 12;
Prussian Blue in Oil, 10 by.4 l J2 bj 1,6;
Graining Brushes, U by 20.*
!.. ++-, bi. PEhFUbIERY, 'E-R F.iM
Antique+ OH,, assorted Macasac Oi,',+:.
... ptrs, '" Pomatum,
Bear1A.Oil, Oil Rose, -
Colaaos, in Iottlesi vari- Ward's Hair 0i, ,
ous patterrn,- "`: Fancv Soaps, all colors,'
Lavender Water, h c" '- i' elkes or pots.
FJorida "- &. Wl a Vm'ter,
Rose, *- Pertu're BAa, .
SAlso; a' tage and general assortment lf
'"- JOhnson's Perf nu.ry, .. -'
Marlki0a P.Ot, ... .,,Oardf Seeds, "
Fancy Baxes, .,-S.hdbBfks, ''
Violins. BtniZ .
Conrectionnry, assottd Paper, .V ooscap 'arndd
' ,td b,.ep. .. tter, i
Cutlery, 'SMel-Peons, :
Fish Hooks and Lines,... QisHli;"
Raaors, Caird; plain & emhad
Straps, Black Sand,
SShaving Boxes, Miscellaneous Boov,
Silver Pencils, Novels,.
Scales & Weights, :' Writiog Desks,
Sonif, Scotch luid,
., Mac.Ibhy, Ink, Black. Red& IBla
Gold Leaf, indelible ink.
DressingCombs, -, -Tooth, FHair,"Blackitfg
-Music Boxes,- .-- and Cloth Brushes.
l lerchl nsr. Physhrians and Plantera. waiting
a"y of the ahove articles; will please caltbefore ptr-
chasing elsewhere. '
STerinsCash, or eity acceeptanee.
\ pzlcbjl.:S I'*. / HAW fL t EY91
I ;.^, *...+/"; '"++N6'.'Q 4 Water st+
" Apalaic Felh itp, 143. : + -,f tf ^

It-WthelUnited States Court,
For the Apablchicola Districl of Florida :
N NIEL WILLIA .IS. of the C'ounty o". j"ck-'
: IW son in said Districr, h,,ving filed a petition rayv-
mg to be letlared a Bankrupt.
It is ordereif,- that c:inde be shown before the
Court on the second Monday in (Ilth) September
next t 10 o'clock, A. M., why Daniel .'illiara
shoulddi not receWerhris di.chrg- arind certificate as a
Brankrupr; an.il that km_ .t_-:4h f be published in
,tone pibhe nrewsp;iper '.ilt'iihed in sai, district for
and during the period ofi--eventy d.iys belbre the day
:of'hearing, wilh notice to creditors. according to th e
Pules aRod -regulations in bankruptcy. : ,
(a copy-Teste.)- '" '.
"_% -: Ait'ys fbr Petioners.
Mafianna, July 1st, l'1-3. jyl 3m
S :,ipalacaicofa Pistriet of Florida.
i In 'ation. Jackso,, S.iperior Ciurtl. Jackson Couaty.
SIAM1UEL ;AINER, of Washington county,
having'tiled his petition to be ileclared a bank-
rupt un the 21st day of Dec., 1842: Ordered, That
all persons interested show cause against said petition
ion llie 21si of August, iand that a copy of this order
'be published twenty d"ys in the Commuerci.al Adver-
tiser. A copy.
Teste. B. G. ALDERMAN, Clerk.
Marianna, July 24..N-t43.
I 0 i 0" B igs Green Havana COFFEE;
4 V9'~WV. 16 tieres Molasses; '
S -25 in. Reeolils Sigars;
10 boxes White Havana Sugar;
S 50 boxes Guaya Jelly .-
SThe cargo of the "John Allvn," now landing.
For sale low by J DAY & CO.,
Splt ;.. 60 Water st,


.< f .COPIES of Francis of Valois ;:
.25 copies of ILife and Exploit df 'Wel,
lingtnoR; ; 1 '
25 copies of Bible ih Spain;; .... "
2. Factory Life in New England i"-
Sff-^.^ ZinCR~i; .' "- "':
5 .. .Eogena Piandet; ; i:
For sale cheap by : i :* +*
Mar 29 -- ;27 -water-at.
,+ ; + :. .+ . +. : ;i; A : : .