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Yonge & Taylor;
ATTORNIES A'T LA W,
Chandler C. Youge,
Jno. B. Taylor. feb3 ly
A. G. Semmnes,
ATTORNEY AT LAWV,
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God Ai:^AoAL AUVBEtriE, To all whom it may Conce :
PUCB 4rb#VERT &ATU&DAdY BY
,4 fAr' al a- Co. A.\ ORKDINANc E,
o. gr 4atler, street, oP SrAiMs, at IVE DOLLARS For the purpose of raising a Revenue tbr the use of the City of~ -p'alachilcola,
p"r aae-. payPOle o advaNe. tbr the year 1843.
,Ar'*an T S W Eat 'r less (twenty lines or Section 7. Be it further ordained. That the Tda Collector shall have power, and isfLhereby author-
more )rtTiM rtl9) o0eapiuoously r userted at the ised, after the expiration of the aforesail ten days, to make distress and sale of th edsjod chattels,
moire 1o triu oipu lysered h lands and tenements, of all delinquents for taxes aloresaid; Provided, that notice of' s0 Ishall be given
faltowing rates: by advertisement in a public newspaper, at least ten days previous to the day of sale, w iistres shall
9 ear .. ........ $ 100 aee month,,........$50 be bf goods and chattels, and when the delinquent has no goods and chattels, then th~ tenemelts
u 4 ...... ....* 7 *)J I'j r wes.... 6U50 of said delinquent may be sold, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to pay the tax together wkh
ra a ....... '). I. L week ............ 1 o all costs and charges thereon ; Provided always, that the Collector shall give notit public news-
A r.p"iaus,........ adversee t ..s o are .ent paper at least three months previous to the sale of any real estate of a resident, arrd: I-eident at
l ,a ciert adverlseinents are least six months notice of the time and place of such sale, with a particular derite- .lands a
w .a..recial.dor i;gr dae swto, d that they tenements. and the Collector shall only sell. as much thereof as will pay the S a" se o
.d w-il r dfiS.da or 'l tl^eforyt.i shuch sale, ande the -Collector shall be atikled to demand and receive from --t
shll have be advertises. IQa -d sg o
Drs. Armlstead & Green, B
H VI NI!G associated themselves in the practice
H .t' Medicine, respectfully offer their srvicesto
IlP |,ublhc in the various branches of their profession.
August 12, 1843.
Seward Dill d& Co.
A AUCTIONEERS t COMMISSION MERHIA NTM .
WVater-street, Apalachicow, Fla -
Liberal advances made on all cosa.gm"tho :..
ab4 any business entrusted to.the. 4 t. -.4ITO
proiptly attended to. .
..__kF. ; -> :-
dfixd by law, V1a o*ip be excepted frtni his rule.
To Yearly Advrtisers a liberal discuuIr will be made
Sanlall aadvetiaisewunts nut strictly al)eportdinmtu to
their awa,-iihidiUjl.accouit, as :wed as' all legal
advertise nets, dent in by tbem, will be charged at
the usual rates.
All anaoitace.aets of candidates for office, will be
esarged fine bllars for insertion during the canvass,
payable in all cases in advance.
All:cojn nunications, whn adamissible, (ofa personal
or iadividatil nature,) dr puItfi of oe s iniventious,
goods, mec, will oe charged for as advertiseineats,
.at tiue discr.-ti of the editor.
N. .- rhe current notes of* any of the solvent State
.Bamno in tile the Loaion, will be received in pay-
ment for subscription to, or for advertisements pub-
lished in this paper. N2 attentiup wilt be given to,
any order, muless rhe naiuey or a Post-master's
O'rt~icAte that It has been te netted, accompanies it
ApKidro ia, Dec. 4/A, 82. ,1,8
S .' TO'.. iUR PATI NS.
j 'p mfe fallowgiK is an extract from the regulations
; t of the Post-Ofice Department.
ReiattT~er ',y tiri.--"A Post-master may enclose money
"in .a lt.ter to toe Pablistaer of a aiewspaper, to pay the sab-
"crigtio 'of athfird ptrsn, attd frank the letter, if written
"by hisaelf.", ,'
. Some subscribers may not be aware of the above
regulation. It will be seen, that by requesting the
Post-master, where they reside to frank their letter
rontining subscription mnuaey, he will do so upon
being satisfied 'that the letter contains nothing but
whlit refers to- the subscription. Tli6 Pot-inaster's
certificate of stch remittance, shall be a sufficient
OF A NEW WEEKLY JOURNAL OF iNjtARGED DM;VEN-
Dsvi to Pbl isc ,4aio 4a-nt; a n t subject, f eegati
anl .etr&vta ert.iaf t tertKe, gc e-al tintellgrence
conErw tg af.irs in ever -quarter of the World;
1oiticst tegis'tins atad other pblic debates; Coin-
we ; the e ,ise and. dn usef irts; brieafcritical
notices of books. nuasri, the drama, atrd lectures;
-and gee'ral ,tiscellaneoatts affairs.
I is always uralerstod, weii a n ew candidate.for
,)U'lic favar appears, offering an additional Jour-
tal or Periodical to the nu nber, which previously
so abound in thi community, that those who under-
take its conduct and inanageinent believe they have
struck out some new feature,.have included some
hitherto-omitted species of intelligence, with more
,lucid ilfornation on the subjects embraced in ibtir
plan. propose rminn more aippropriate arra,(emineut of
their matter, or ofer a larger quia:tity in proportion
to price.. Imntead of oft.rin. aliy oae of thes-- advan-
taoges however, the conductor-j fl PTH AtqAro AME-
itca nodestlry intimate that their plan .proposes to
ibclcte all that bave been here supposed.
In declining to truinpet t-he praises of the ANGLO
AMfIelCAn by a lou I a-lt, there are, nevertheless, a
iew note iff introduction which ju-ticetit he intended
-Journal demnan-is to be sounded. It is the earnest ob-
ject of lie Proptietors-a-d that object they will.
sfea'Jily and assrlt.lusly endeavour to ;cary but-to
take a (dinified, stand in the world. of Journalim;
Hand whatever ,lefectr ibr'y may.aiwirtlthly, fall into
in respect to tire mn I ftera Iof tHIE ALr .o AEICSRICAM,
these shall acuer ucnsias of ay tiling that would be
inconsistent with goQd breeding y, id the establlihed
rdperttea'of socil life. Phby will irim, itn the litr-
:f pornios ,f he rouril, to be. lively without levity.-
Vid withont.dADlMas, ,ad to" give a dle proportion
.ofeach. nl iotie, eral niaf
i0MMb'.taMed although ihey rt.iy vsve their own views
*-'fy.. -wd indeprodeatly, on euniested questions,
they treat never ab(;iolt'd degen-ration into violent
9"-ereptBtor fla ter hemsHlvs -vigir the posses-
vaf..l.a sidIeramble qpriejrnce iu Newspaper mnan-
nWt*ad-wwkb.a sroq.dt!re to, please-as their
T% forfioIpotblio-ewco uragein ra, and it is
jI r ^fl4 lrCtII s 'l4uorii.I .ll-rtmrnct to
'fj ikTfcA 0SRS19, rth bhasas ;lonng been before
,* aMlftti tbrfug -his -eaoagemeots l- "THz AL-
~t.of 4hi eky, as welt as through other literary
!oaboe, a.s nirt uoarasWse is offered for the quality
,of TBg \AnOw AMaERIANa'S cotmlns.
",.ePT AiBi.e AtEurtcAtn is publihled every he ,Sa'
'dt* at th iffeib'eof the Proprietors,. No. 6, Ann
"Sree' Tems, T'htre Dollara per annum. to be paid
wipobloia ad,4dnaee and no deviation miltin any case
be m efm the Cdlash .pila of sbscrieptin. The
.Jhrnal is printed on superior paper, with a baintil'ul
typs eire expressly for the wok;. it contains as hI'ir.P
a didaity of smatter aslsany other Newspaper in this
.country; the letterprm is diliientolly and caretully
.^ad, to free ,t from typoraphin..l errors, and the
pas ork eatry and clearly execelted
r-eLnit s-itet with on the usual Terms. All or-
.de-rsr ^ eobe addressed to E. L. OGavni & Co.,
Poblishera. 14o. 6. Ann Street. New York.
":" very Postmaastei, or a.,y other individual.
lqriro obtain iit new subscribers, and remit $15.
CUaw natoney, i'r~e odf postage, shall riceiwve-i free
copy of TH" ANQLO-A RICANI one year.
i| Bale OSNABBUR GS ;
W 15.do Sheetings;
: peee Souther" Fancy and Grandril stripes
Oo.eonsignments J DAY & CO).,
n..9 '. *Water st.
'rORN;,-- lo sacks of CORN.
-- .". For sale cheap by
ef3h. No. 28 Water st.
front of the Ap aiae. ;is'-thi-first Monday -hi Dein.rnext, so
much of the tfoio 10-il i d ]ribed property as will pay the mrncunt of taxes due
therein, together with all costs an(d charges.
PETEIt HOBART, City Tax Collector.
Against those we iove I
Nor change with to-morrew,
Should :fortuneo.take wing,
But deeper the sorrow.
The closer still cling t
AUCTIONEER---No. 2d Water street.
3- SALES every day in the week.
Apalachicola, May 29th, 1843.
OhJ! be kind to each other!
* The night's coming on,
When friend and when brother
Perchance may be gone!
THE INNER CHAMBER.
BY 1T. P. W. LLIS, : -
Amount due for the year.
843. 1842.11841.1840.11839.1 Total.
Jas. B. Starr,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT'
No. 46 Water street.
1 60 24 00
5 75 17 50
0 25 22 50
4 50 5 00
Property. TO WHOM ASSESSED.
Bl'ks. I Lots. 1
B1 12 & 7 Barker & Morgan................ 21
Cl 3 & 16 Estate of Wade Burchard,....... i5
F1 9 & 12 Calhoun & Bass,. ................ 2
HI 6 M. Chisolm......... i............. 4
3 4 Bryan H Croom, ............... 1]
BI 3 & 16
D2 3 & 7 Estate of Jno Crane,.......... 21
HI 5 & 16 C Edmooson,.................... 17
3 10 ) Estate of Geo L Middlebrook,..
F1 half 5 & 16
F 10 & 11 Joseph Mitchel,................... 1
H2 18 Kennilh McKenzie,............ 11
35 10 Octavius Mitchel, ................
9 2 Jotn T Myrick,..................
ftl 9 & 12 Estate of Peter Mitchel .........
(92. 8 & 9 Estate of Colin iMitchel,......... 9
30 7 Ogden & Ferguson,...............
25 2 W W Richards, ..................
11 6 Leslie,A I'hompson,.............
25 8, 9 & 10 Estate of Jos M White,...........
FI half-16 & 5- Austin Williams,. ................ 1
1 9 Estate of John Gillespie,........ ..
15 5 lames C Boote........ ...........
D1 11 & 12 9 & L S Chittenden,....... ....
C2 3 & 14
30 12 &3 A S Garr, ......................
33 1. 2, 3, 4,5 & 10
28 4 Dr Meacham,..................
11 7 Isaac Nathans & A K Allison ....
28 3 J C Love......................
8 2 0
BI 10 H rvey I.Ill.....................
H1 7 & 14
11 8 Win P ingraham, Jr.,.............
14 7 W m Powers ........... .. .......
46 1 & 2 Elizaibeth Pio ell .................
28 -1 & 2, iJ Gorne & H R 'Tay'lr, .........
C2 12 & 5 I Estate of Lewis Leland,....... 1
I1 3 & 15 ,
B2 11 ;Charli.s IcKinnev...............
F2 16 \V H rper....... ............
4 5 [ Esatte of' Samuel Simnp-on,....
Fl 2 2
$45 60 n
B. S. Hawley,.
WHOLESALE DrIALblt IN DitUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
No. 27 Water street, Apalachicola.
En se retronvant pies d'liAe femme qnu'n a beauco6
aime, oo sent toujorars aue douce- chaleur, rest du (on 'qun
nova bralait autrefois. .
** Tis not the white and red '
Inhabits in your cheeks, that thus can wed
My mind to adoration." '
I found myself looking with interest at the back of
a lady's head. The theatre was crowded ard I had
come in late, and the object of my curiosity, whoev-
er she might be, was listening very attentively to t f
play. She did not move. I had time to hold irtife-
time rordance about her before I had seen a feature
of her face. But her ears were small and of on .ei-
quisite oval, and she had that rarest beauty of wo-'
manv-the hair arched and Joined to the whi4e nemc
with the same finish as on the temples. Nature of-
tenest slights this part of-her master-piece.
The curtain dropped, and I stretched eagerly for-
ward to catch a glimpse of the profile. But no!-
she sat next one of the pilasters, and with her leaid
leaned against it, remained immovable.
Ileft the box and with some dleciity made m7
way into the crowded pit. Elbowing my way, apol-
oogizmig, perseveriug, I at lasi gained a point where 1
knew I could see my incognita at the most advan-
tagP. I turned--pshaw !-how was it ipaible I hbd
not recognized her!
There was no getting 6ut again, fur a whiled a
least, without giving offence to the crowd I had jos-
tied so unceremoniously. I sat down--vexed-and
commenced a desperate study of the figure ofShaka-
peare on .the drop-curtain.
Of course I had leen a lover of I"i" Crediford'n,
or ] could not havt turned withindifference frbm the
handsomest woman in the theatre. She was very
beautiful--there was no disputing. But we love wo-
men a little for what we do know of them, and a great
deal more for what we do not. I had love-read Katd
Crediford to the last leaf. We parted as ieaiv as dr
render and a book. Flirtation Is a circulating library,
in which we seldom ask twice for the samesame vofunre,
and I gave up Kate to the next reader. feeliit no
property even in the marks ]had made in [P fi*
sal. A little quarrel s,,mced ;is. n,'KeuxIe 'e tIb
Book, and both of us studiously avoided ia r~'Pacli-
As I sat in the pit, I remembered _sdde.ly a IMol
on her left cheek, and' turned toward her w t .he
simple curiosity tp know whetthr it ti. ofa'~i at
that distance. Kate looked sad. She 1ie)aom6-
vably against the slrght column, ai1d 7, k eyes,
it struck me, were moist. .' Heerr ma r pe-
culiar expression upon her c-oate e-i -
tainly inexpressibly sweet-t Ihe Cuc ri~acore
ending in dimples which' ii -;ihat put, t ^ plaf. I
have always observed, are like wel bf melh e
melancholy. Poor Kate s-what wa the zmittik di
As I turned back tiy dua study of tho c.u
a little pettish width I4idf. rjibe interest wiih Oti
I bad looked at afi~ Udii Ie detected bhfi
utader mny wbt w tofoat;. but install s^
ryseirf that it xii ^position to 'aof&, C-1
aiul begaat6ot -iib- ui I? tromba.- 4The c"'
It WOT d. t at
Allen H. Bush,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW,
j"' WIill practice' in the Courts of Franklin, Jack-son,
Walton and Washington counties.
James M. Watsoe,
COUNSELOR A LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC
New Orleans, La,
Refers to-Hon. Judge Story. : -
Simon Greenleat;f, LL.D.
George T Benker, Esq.
7 10 19
4 38 24
8 00 20 00
9 00 13 00 11 35 13 00
.3" Correspondents are informed that no letter will be taken
out of the Post Office unless the postage is paid.
H. H. Wood & Co.
AUCTIONEERS-Corner of Common and Maga-
8 7 .
5 40 ..
56 75 ..
60 80 ..
H. R. Wood,
R. L. Pattora.on, I
Refers to--lMessrs. Mlaunsel White & Co.,
Hawihurn & \Woods.
1 \\'llelinus Bogari, Esq.
W Cy. M1 DAVIS. Ihas returned to the prac-
a of the Law. He is prepared to attend to
busioiess ai the county y Clerk's Office.
Apalachicola, Feb. 11, 1843. febl 1
G. T. Ward & R. W. White,
A'rTORNIEs AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
HAVING associated themselves in the practice
oi the Law. under the firin of "WARD- &
VH ITE,'' will amttnd regularly the several Courts of
the NMiddle and Apalachicol; Districts, and the Court
of Appeals ;t Tallahassee.
3 15' 3
1 r58 1
11 R T v!oi.......................
.Ja rnes abor.......................
I HLiram \I.munlv,...............
John G nrne .....................
Unclaimed Lots,. ................
6" ......... .. .....
50 3 50
T HE ,undersniged h Ive associated themselves for
the tran-,aetion of a general FACTORAGE
A& COMMISSION BUSINESS, under the firm
and style of "W. A. & P. C. Kain."
WM. A. KAIN,
P. C. KAIN.
Apal:chicola. 1st June. 1843. jel4 3t
SS. -. .----.-.-- --. -.. ,v r & v w vuI
25 6 & 7 "L ..........a.... 3 60 : 60
H 10 .............. ....... 5 40: 4 40
C2 11 & 13 ............ ... 6 30: 6 30
.28 ...... --. 1. 80o .o
AL.SO), so much of the Whair Lots belonging to Hie "A['ALACHItCOL \ LAND CO.." located at the
6Bt oftbhesnit and Centre streets, as will pay thbe balance due this Ciry for taxes fir (he year 1843;
being the sun of seven hundred and fifty-three dollars aid thirty-eight cents, ($75338 cents,) and all
costs and charges of sale.
Apalachicola, May 30ih, 1843. PE~rER HOB\[I(T, Coity Tax Collector.
J DAY & CO.. Water rt.
afWi- alge.j n .
PRINTERS' & BINDERS' WAREROOMS. James Conner. T, iUi--alt persoas are
Nos .29 &$1';old street, New York, April, 1843. TYPE FOUNDR, CRNEROF ANN AND a;ne ; oI Hrrfi te
I .. -._.. *,NA.SSAU STREE TS, NEtW YORK. ire in favor of oue Hartfieh, ol
R Prices Greatly Reduced. E sPECTFULLY informs bisold patrons and as the condition for which said
HE "-HOE- PRINTING PRESS, MA dei public generally, that heeMofinues to man- Alalas icoJa
CHINE AND SA.W ANUTFAxTORY, in u"acture and supply every article d Io the pr.nfing
consequence of the addition w aw ased ton as-w as ster to
machinery to their work's i 1&avt- hsati
cost o materials and laber, i nagnt tsB
duce the prices of their presoef. !ii'frsd 'ry years, and to say that ii_ e found at sc
Binders' materials generally, as wilt be sebtrby their the old estanillhed stand corner o&Ano and Nassa- their recovery.
newly printed circular, to which they beg leave to streets, fully or pared to execute any orders that he Miariaona. Aug. 12, 1843.--2mf
refer may be honored with; and that thbetype manufactu-
SThis establishment i" still under the personal su- i rd bey hoi .. win;n .T "'m -nAC I TICE.-All peron ware f
pdrinend.nce of RICH'D. 1. HO.E & ROBIERT TAKEN` FR i.u H-IS OLD SPE<:IMENS, to- 1I1 trusting my wife Caroline,
OE. and they assure their friends, that notwirth- gt ~ethler with a number of hditliousofa SUPERIOR bed and board wirbout any provo
standing the great redtuciioni in prices, a1l articles C : ; that he is fnabid to sutpply.sors, as well as< no debts ol her contracting from
manufactured by this establishment shall retain the OUrs, of the nimost beatitiful ofhis old faces, and "HO
high reputation which they have hitherto sustained. of a greatly improved quaityof metal. -He is also en- Apalachicola. Aug. 17, 1843.-
It will also be their constant Pndeavor to improve the gaged ni getting up, by a newly discovered process,
qualify of them t every !iarticular. They flatte arn extensive series of new and highly Ornamenntal Cotton Broke
themselves als, that their old friends will not only Articles. Arrangements are made with the manufae- HE PLANTERS can fin
continue heir farso bha t theirt printers wienerally wnot o turesPressesand other Printins materials, Lhatwill, his office in Alinlachicola, r
anpreciate their endpavors to furnish the very best enable him to executte orders as expediously asaoy prepared to sell cotton. and wil
articles at barely renumerating prices. other fqunderin the Union, andon as favorable teams share of their patronage. He f
Orders from any part of the country for all atieles A new speai'e is now in the course of prinlug. his using his best exertions, tha
used by Printers or Bindelrs, inchling Type, T ik, N. B.-New papers copymg the above advertise- satisfied.
Paper. etc., will be executed with the greatest care ientrthee times, arid forwarding one copy contain- August 12. 1843.
aiid promptitude, and on the best terms. ing i will be entitled to their pay in Type provideR To Bent.
Jobbing work and repairing will be done at the a bill of four times the amount be mad e.. From the 1st October nt
lowest possible prices, with every attention and ex-: Lard Lamps Lard Lamps.: 31 and 3-2 Water street.
'edition. ... -: SOUTH ORTIH'S PATENT LARD LAMPS B. S
N.B.-All articles manufaetured by this establish- They give a most bnlliant eight with less than Jtae 14th. 1843.
ment will be stamtied -R HOE & CO." so that per- one-half the expense of Oil. House keepers are in- pieces Ir ia COT'
sons from abroad may not be imposed upon with vited to call and see tlemn. 20 coils iatnlucky
spurious articles, made in imitation of theirs. For sale heap for as RIH DON 35 bbl N tC Molasse
wb WH TE RS14 & RICH kh D.4ON', Fori .lip by
07r Printers of newspapers who publish this :ad- N,' v
vertisement. with this note. t e times before the lrst ARDEN SEE D.---Juast received a full supply febl J DAY &
of July next, and send,one of their papers to us, will .of fresh Garden Seed, embracing every variety F .AX -50 Ibs Flax,
be entitled to payment of their bill on buying four For sale by -0. For sale by .
times the amount of it. feb18 B. S. HAWLEY, 87 Waterst.- je3 .
p ber fitigbe
firbid bafboring or
she having left r-ay
;aion, as I will pay
)S. H. SMITH.
less eyelids.; Atd t4e i 1 saiw hei iwv
-9try model ~4t"l4.P& of the etrajrt
had all my ile'bie. vu se"kipwg Tw.fig1
creature bad Agtled flIojac e"i
the- too' mirthfl il6 fat
There was something seetg e
ment miswriRtenjn tbotfa afttiraotl
I badm nade my way oai of. thet. Jii-
culty, and returned. t ot. e "AC 'e44.
utes a gentleman i Bo) " I"4 *OtB
seat vacant on the.dter th e Oi. |t
which she leaked. Iiwrir a.ro
tra were playing a foud iriiiirh 7it
observed by the thoughtful bealy(r
the vacant place.
Why did my eyesFtts ao d ioioev i
upon the small white- W-D:y!ji on t'h'g W
barrier between us. I kew e"y -i<^ ; S.
stringsof my own heart. 'I had hMld k h :Si
my own, and followed its delicate Mae it'
a robe-stem, for hburs and hour;.' wbfis
and reproachiug, and t0asoting over .
and shadows. I knew thefeel o every dim
fingers-thos ro lled 4p roase-eave.s, wtt i
pieces cut from the lip of a sbetlt Oh.'tCrroemifej.
t had kissed iato oaths o that litle ekeXf &d6tee
nature'a tined alabaster!--the psalms and
I had sat dt holding it, in her father's peWl-4btte
.mions I had tired oat of the sky, makiii| i f *
d the subscriber at
next fall ready and
I be thankful for a
'eels confident that
It all parties will be
J. B. STARR.
V CO., Water st.
27 Water street.
VOL UE L .:.
;.iSEPTEMBfER 30, 1843.
Be kts to ehb'a
'3N:- ..... t:t
B \ GGIN I---60 pieces India Bagging, now land-
ing from Schr. Swallow.
For sale by
ext, the Stores Nos.
27 Water street.
universal sagisfattion expressed by the piatrons'of the
proprietor last s.e-soo will caorom.md a flil house this,
indeed we understand ihait all the apartments suitable
for families, are already taken. .
fl\V We understand that Mr. H. Smith has iake-l
the Apalachicola Exchange" for the ensuing year,
and in trutlh we are glad of it. He has eodiavoured
the past year to keep a good. qt6iet and orderlv
house, and perfectly succeeded, Speaking p(f Mr.
Hez.. he is sonetimnes sad, soeatimnes solemn, and
smetlmes he opens his heart aA wide as the-m'lo.th of
a meal-baz, and theu. his friends must look'out, (r if
he donti put somelhinog good dbwn their threats. ei-
ther it the eating ordrinkuig line, it will be because
they are sm;irfer tllan lie is. Aft+ hat wawia" ',wee!
drape o' the.eriter" in the best style should call, al-'
ways provided the} have the spaire' dimes about hiem,'
as lie has whispered over our shoulder., _tat liquor
co-Ats nioury as well as luood and riiment. !
CONSIGNEE \WANTTED.-For a female Coon arriv-
eil per sieamer Trillalitssee, ii has a label attached
to its neck marked "- St. Croix;" if not taken away
at :he expirafiot of five days, it will be sent to the
:Tad uevT fiP--^A I c^W-sJd satl
'Was the1p ; ji od r n Ifot
irheh tIrd .of 'brr'nirrh. It was thp
eirched thbe..X 'dfor, combined with:
as yours. It tas.a look of tender apd
lavcholty, bhi .revealed to me an tun-
jber i'-your-6eirit--a chamnber of-tears.
'u nevtersad before T Why have we
6e I lost't...eterrity's worth of sweet
OU loedm r:e-wilh that concealed trea-
osom f A.I' 'that angels must walk the
Sedl,:iif'l platee. _Alas, .that I have
ivhd rigsieddto inyllips.and loosed again
.4i aiAql, n the creature whom it was
,'%t&e tliirst apd passionate longing my
SouroD DISBELIEF OF TJE- D)EVIL.--\V hen Col.
Ethan Alien was Iprisonerhi England he was offered
a large estate in Vermontif' hewould declare for the
king. 'I ain a pain man,' said Col. Allen, in reply.
aud have read biut few books ; but hav.ie ?een in pri.t,
somewhere, a circumtinnce that forcibly remilnds ine
of the proposal of your lordship, it iK of a reriaiii
character that too acertainclii.,ic(ierinti an excfed-
ing high mountain. and showed him all the ki'lgdeins
ol'the earth, andl tlie ,lory thereol; and ioldl hii if he
would 'ill down and worship him- this should be all
hisu: and the rascal didn't own a jbutl of'themn I'
In Paris, when you purchase a pair of gloves, the
beautiful demoiselle behind Ihe counter tries then on
for you. Sone gents aire a long time il being filtted,
says a traveller.
The most foolish ihiug in the world is to bow to
thle rich till you are unable to stand before an honest
I shall retire in "cdis gast," as the nigger said, where
he held his head on to seep it from blowing in agae
ave!.Bwith what new value do I new num-
Wt ormble gracps of person How spirit-
msrs' fainiiar feature, once so deplorably
atei ,! ~0J, compulsive of respectful adora-
fxte waist, tbat step of aerial lightness,
ija, motion, wlivh l.ooce dared to praise
Wid.h1if.'nocking), (ike the tints of a flower
ice bheu^t of a bird And those bright lips!
?.rr 1o0k (kn them, and not kuow that with-
"ayi.portala slept,. Voiceless for awhile.' l, he
spell,pf.my destiny--the tenaiful spirnlt ol-
cailed in.my dreams, with petplfaai long-
ge value giOen to featluies and outward luve-
lalities with n! Strange witchery efsadnesa
I I --r -r -- -- .--- --- r --- I I ~~ s I -- c I--------- '- ~* t -- -- ------ :
- )r 1---7-:;- ---
in a woman! Oh there is, in mirih and folly, dear
Kate, no air ifr love's breathing, %fill less of food for
constaony, or of. holiness to consecrate and heighteu
'VWhat can I say else, except to implore to be per-
mitted to approach you--to offer my 'life to you-to
begin, thus late, after being'known to yeo so long, the
worship which till death is your due: Pardon me if
I have written abruptly and wildly. 1 hall await
your answer-in an agouy-of-excepLion 1 do not wil-
lingly breathe till 1 see you-till I weep at your feet
over my blindness and forgetfulness. Adieu : bullet
it not be for long, I pray you !"
I despatched this letter, and it would be difficult to
embody in language the agony-1 suffered.in waiting
for a reply. 1 walked my room, tliat endless morn-
ing, with a death-pang in every tep--so fearful was I
so prophetically fearful-that 1 had forfeited for ever
the heart J-had once flduui from me!
It was noon whefia letter arrived. It was in a
handwriting -new to me. But it was on the suject
whui, posacssed Imy existence, and I L W,iS ul fial 11t-
port. It follows .-_-
"DEAR SIR, MVy wilk wishes hie to write to you.
an'l inform you of' her miarriiage. wlich tooi, place a
week or two since, ;aul ol' wliili hsie piflvioes you
are not aware. Shie reminarks 1o ins, ihal oli Ithoiught
her looking unhappy Idsi evening ,lhen you chanced
to see her at tie pliaq. As siie seeinied to reretl not
being able to aiiswer your note herself', i Jay pei hops
convey the r* .Pq_[ogeoOa) li taking upon inysll to
^an.&^ta~i :j~l~ ~dnii c_~Pi~i~j~'fat nFi~eaij -t eatiug an im-
SPECULATION IN ('OTTON.-The New York He-
rald vt last Thursdoy says-Already large orders
have beenasent, from this side to buy the Liverpool
stock on speculation. This will inevitably result in
disaster. It is the result of injudicious speculation,
stimulated by the ablundaace of money here and* in
Liverpool. Money has accumulated in large masses,
and mischievous legislation has prevented it from
finding employment in regular trade. It, therefore,
VOLUNTARY RETURN TO S.AVERGr.-The Sand
which (Canada West) Express chronicles an occur-
rence that took place+ tLhat neighborhood on the 21st
ulit, which may be intbresting to our antislavery
friends in-this viciniiy. Three slaves, who had es-
caped from biodaae in the United Staes, had been
working for some mouths past with farmerss in the vi-
cinity of that town., Their owner, for (hey are all
the property of one man, having discovered their
place of refuge, sent his nephew to persuade them to
return, and to prominise if they would do so, that they.
should not be punished for their absence. TJe.iquon-
damtn slaves replied that if' their master would himself
come arid gie the assurance they would rettfro.
The master carineaodegatge the required pledge, and
then left them, least his presence might be consider-
ed ats coercion.:-- Tf'he three men, rrue'to Ither pledge,
packed up their clothing, and unaccompanied by any
whitewman, proceeded to. Wiudsor, crossed the-river,
and voluntarily went back to slavery'; one of them
observing as be. went on board the ferry boat, that he
never knew what, hard work was until 'he came to
canada..-.N, Y. Sunday Morning Bulletin.
AMERICAN CoTTON.-There seems to be little
doubt that we shall sori drive' a profitable "export'
trade with England in home' manufactured dotoonAj
sheetings." Orders from London -or upwards of a
thibusaad bales of |ow priced cottons have recently
been received in Boston.-With China, too; there is
etvery prospect ohf brisk trade in the same articles.-
Vifh thle material, comparatively speaking, at our
oluiT doors, and'all the tiew improements in maehidW_:
ry at command, we see no reason why we should dotW-
b ek-up (lie -mfbepoj- whk'ek Tqmaad and Fra;i; .
have so long enjoyed in supplying t1e Western mar-
kct with cotton fabrics. The difference in wages here
and'in Europe s notlof thee .a-ae co bequenee now'j
that it was fifteen years ago. Manual labor has been,
to a great extent, superseded by machinery, aud c
SCOTTON.-It will be reccollecied "that we quoted :
Ahesaleh ofthe first baleof Cotion which was brought
io this market the present season at 61 cts. We are
happy to be enabled now to state, from good authority.
that price has-been sustained,. Cotton is bow segiag
at from 6 to 6A cents in our, streets, the quantities
brought in however ave very 'limited.--Couwnbus
Tim es. .. + "- ... ^
T'HE r.IRST NEWSPAPER EL D Toi.-.Our+ histories
ido not reach back so far in the age 'of the world as
might be wished, butthe first Newspaper Editor of
whm n we hiave any- account, was a Mr. Caelius who
.edited a very interesting paper,. in the time of Cice-
iro, The Roman oratbr, having beeh alplpinted -Gov-'
iermor ofCilicia, ngaged his friend to make up, and
jsend to hin, by inhil. a 'full attd particular account
lof every interesting :otu rreeuee that took *plae "f't
iRrme during his ablienee.' In performiig this ver-
vice he employed several Reporters, who furnmiphil
hiothe Iproceedifngs ol' the Senate,the edicts, the tri-
alsi and decisions of the 'Courts,, the. fashionable in-
telligetice and general news, white be wrote: tbe'lea. *
ding articles and.the politics Had &theart of pri.-
fting been in +use,VNewspapers would hae boee- ,oYveg,.
"-the Roman Empire, ithe world at that. period. I+. I,
i jPRItNTER'S JOKES.-It is a practiceiamong waggish
priOit rs, wh e a ".green 'un" enters ihe office as dev-
il, to pjlay jokes on him by sending him on an'errand
to a neighboring office for something that he, would
be sure to fiid; and he returns with s6me strange ar-
ticle orother, thinking that ia printer's phrase he has
got what was snt for. A joke of t his kind was re-
cently perpetrated in a neighboring town. A buy
who was rather "- verdant'' went to learn the prjnotilg
business, and one -of' tfie journeymen, loving sport
:sent him one day with a ilish to borrow-4 a gillof edi-
torial."--The editor understanding the same, return-
ed a picture ofajackiss. The firestone, finding him-
self rather ",come over" set his whs toework to think
:bow'he should be even withlthe other. At. last-'he
called the lad, and'totd him to'go and tell the editor
That "it was editorial which he wanted and not the
:A YOUrvG SoBLEMuANi.--'-Thrlow Weed relates tIte
fboliowiung necdote en passant the streets of the Great
' Metropolis:-!--Wtin, waiting for an omnibus, a boy
i-omv 12 or 13 years pJ4, came to a man standing near
ime, who had cherries and strawberries to sell. "Are
.your sir,,wberries f'ull of worms. Oarvy !" "Noc my
Lord," "'-Are you going to the Trot, Garvvy 'Yes
my Lord. Will your- Lordship. be there ?" 'b Yes
which horse shall L bet on Neither, my Lord,'
from anything.l spy to your Lordship." This ran-
ning taJk. Was kept uptttil he boy eat his bottle of
Sstrawberriee, adding a handful of .cherries by way ot
dessert, and walked ofn. when the man informed" me
that this sprig of" hal tlity was Lord Duhgannon, that
title havingg desf-ended to hlm,.I think, from a decea-
sed uncle.; 1" '1T he school," added my iuformant "i -
full of .the soes of noblemen, but they are noL 'at as "
well behaved and nice young mO Bp nmy Lord 'hDun-
" g a l O nU : ; ,; ., -. .-
bridge for our hearts passing backwards and forwards !
S .And bow would thit little wretch of a hand, that
knew me better than its own other hand, (for we had
* -been more together,) lie there, so.noQnscio.s of myy
presence! How could she-Kate Crediforo-sit
next Jo me as she w;s doing, with only a stuffed par-
ftiton between'us, and her hend leaning on, one side
of the filter, andml mioeon the other, and never start
nor r'et6Cgse, nor be at all aware of my neighborhood
^ O i aBarl*% was eay to see. Oh,I
kOW'M.f.elillle ireaxe] fingers too well! Saduess,
iniodsooktid I.l ioas sadness, was expressed in her
S ounteiapeM, ao her abstraction was unfeigned and
castei Bfiitv. .Couldashe eo utterly have forgotten
me; magnet icau., that i to say ?7* Could the atmos-
phere about ereitfrAi woaqhl onc 'have trembled be-
traywn4ly.on my approach, like the faonine of an an-
gel's" fnvisible whig, bave lost the sense .of my pres-
I tried to magnetise her hand. I fixed my eyes on
that little open palm, and with all the intensity I
could summon, kissed it mentally in rosy centre. I
reproached the u'igrvdLefuL [lWng for its dulness and
tforgoetfulness, and brought to bear upon it a locus of
old memories of pressures and caresses, to which i
stone would scarce Ihre. the heart to be .insensible.
But I belie myself in writ-ig this with a smile. I
watched those unmoviqgrfiogers -wih a heart-ache.
I could not see ilie iaaee',"iJ.ead the thought of the
woman who had ona&B^fet o. sat near me
now so -,cesr.iots- k. stirred'
if a pulse had quick (^^in3Fta1.U
fingers I well Irm eW d Qld.
-- .. .. --- "-- --.- ,
APAL.\%ci1ICcoI.A; -.VI-'Lt )l-\V,S PT. tl. ld4:3.
'-'rift sanis pcur."
SWith leg ird lo our li.i of' Prices Cui:ren ol
this werk, we would's:iy. that it is iiei es.irily imptPr.
feet. as the stocks 01go'ds here as yet are small, and
a majority ot tran-i-flions are through orders rom seeks desperate speculation. Stocks have been in-.
the country. Wease %%ell supplied with the staple dueiced by it, and uow the Cotton Market is begin-
articlesnecessary for the trade at this season of the u o, oeagitated. This will impart unsteadiness
year. with the exc-eition of.Liverpool ground salt, of to all branches of business.
this article the market is almost bare and a supply is
much needed. THE CO-TON CROP OF THE UNITED STATES -By
We hope by net week our market will be much the New York Shijpping and ,'cmntereiul List. we.
more animated, as several cargoes of merchandise find the annual statement of the crop made up to the
are daily expeLctled,ad onr rivers are in better order 31st Adgust, frium which it appears that the total crop
for business than is euera'.ly the case at (lhis season "f Ille coulrtry aniounir Io 2.379,460 bales-
of ihe year. \Ve~hrewnih terider otir thanks to W \Ve see ii ilatredl ) the Florida Sentinel, that
ithe lilght-hlouse at Dog Islaud was carried away in the
gale of the 13th inst. The Sentinel is mistaken.
O W:PVe welcoment upon ou exchange lislthe Ham-
burg Journal, a piper ably conducted, and:extreme-
ly neti in its nmech.inn'al arrangements.
Top,.j[- 1i0."AR \VHnIrTaLESEI hlas resigned his
Treasury for the Post-
ilho.e of' our mrlants whli h ivre assiml-rd us in ma
king; up our dillfrnl comimerci.i reports aid ihe
willFing 'esi %tilt %lich llih.y oli'red llicir advice in
these miltters on an-futire uccayion will uot be for-
.r,-E NT S.
.0-1 iz. pf hartivdffiva
e7P1"i,.e Vie waves
.-eova 's track-like the air over the division ol'
.&i ows flight.
I hbad intended to speak presently to. Miss Credi-
4ford, but every moment ihe x.evtoait became greater.
1-felt no more privleged.to .speak, to,; her than the
stranger who had left the seat 1 .occupied*l I drew
back, for fear of encroaching on her room, or distur-
bin the Lfold of'her sbhiwl. 1 daredf not speak to her.
An while I was arguing the'matter to myself, the
party who were with her, apparently tired of the play
arose and left the theatre, "Kate following last, but
unspokep to, and unconscioCs altogether of having
been nezir any one whom she knew.
I went home and wrote to her all night, for there
was no gleepiug till I Imd given vent tothis new fever
it' my heart,+ '.And i the morning I took the leading
Aitougits from my heap of incoherent scribblings,
and embodied them more cooly in a letter.
SYou will think when you look at the signature,
that this is to be the old story. And you wil4 be
tpuch mistaken as you are in believing that I was ev-
adi wretched without you i have thouglit Of you,
dia med of you, haunted you, sworn to you, and.de-
tild tol you all autl mnore than you exi,:teit, ot time
aad' Outward serviceeaod ad doratdoi 'but I fove y0.ou
iinkw foar the firSt time in my' Shdll I be so'hap-
y'a ito make ybu cbmptelrend this startling Contra-
liicli" / .. ..
T'lere art many chambers i.this heart., .Kate;
a.dpthp spirit# of q'tue of l'us dwell, nr i0St .ndly,, and
crelly, mi the chamber of tears, avowedly in', the
iiteri and ever-ojien chamber of miirth. O'ver=the
sdcred threshold, gu:irded by sadness, inuchthbAlt We
select and siiile" lpou, and follow with adulatioii in
tha walks o('1l,'i, ever p.isses. We nadmtire te gay.
Thli .'inake' oUt melancholy sweeter- by contrast,
hben'nw retire ii.hiii ourselves. We pur "n.
'take timln to oUT hearts-and if they are gay o0-
t,'liey'ar4'c6nlent -wii the unconsecrat'eD tribute
horbich xre pay them there. But the chamber within
is, meantime lonely. It. aches with its desolation.
ii'he ieeo ot" the mirthful admiration witdlput jars up,
6ri tl .indurnfhlsiTeoce. It logs for'love, but love
tuored with iti own, sadess-love thait can penetrated
dibper-ttaa fi mle'I everecome-lqve thatl,.having 6nce
entred, can be Joeked in with its imelancholy, and
hoodeA over whih.the 'long dream of lifetime. Bur
that deep-hidden and n sneen chamnbnr of ihe heart
may 6e'longc unte'riahteil. And meantime, hlle s1liit
be0omes weary of mi"th, a1u imtpatiently queuelles
ied:fire even upon' its outer alter, and, iu the com-
Olete loneliness of a heart that has no iomite or idol.
gay or tearful, lives mechanic al:y on.
'D6 you guess at mIy meaning, K:ilte? Do you
'eqnemnber the merrimentof our Hirt Ineetilg Do
yti ''eminmb'er in what a frolic of thoughllesuess
L fri permitted me to raise to my lips those rest-
Uiss Kig4rs ? Do you remember the mock conde-
isnifson4 he merry haughtiness, the rallying and
feigned iocredulity witlh which you received my suc-
lJyeive .tej df vowing and love-making-the arch
lodk *wh6n. it' was begun, the laugh when it was over,
rheiiiiiriAgdolties we kept up, alter vows plighted,
"aad'd'e tire -planned and sworn to! That you
*4were -6ei as much as yQo were capable o be-
inyVe. You would not else have been,
.po pro I -toPe estowin.s of a maiden's teoder-
eAsi'. Bt'W+8flen haveI left you with the feeling
;`1l f*h'bAidry, I had passed with you, my spirit
lia W' t .n +' How often have I wondered if
e' re' depths' in my heart, which love could nev-
es reach! how often mourned that in the procession
,fJf theree was 'no place aliotted for its sweetest
'.^Q.-e'ara fuoowers- ,tear-Oid'silenice Oh, Kate,.
J 'adt wa& that sun-glekm of "'early passion, I did
id.. 'a.! : I tired of your smiles, 'waiting in vain:
Toe' it'r 6""i SW. I left you, ikid thought ol y9ou o
tBllore'; -'t -, '.' i ,. !
But now-(pnd you will fde aBiutto know that
i%4 eo sd neitir1 ,-
d o4 toe ,t YAW
oij ll1ev,6 0 a'- Ond IV
-rJ.j t ..-!rao, raci0g again
[[ t'. welftM eimb ered -eins ,Plapotfyeur
'"'^K, p^'Sm-.bwt". the;', la ueua"'.riiien 'i+hi
bnr,A-truly, -:. .- .. SAUEL u SMITIS-s.,,
But I never caHed on Mrs. Sa.nuel nSimtltt'rS.
**-- -w, '-
~ ilf ---
ihTi' cty, aact.ltf_ a'r eq-uaijne- ietre.IPisasT
ishing. There id n-0-1i|ce in die Union. .here
A'. SO^ W.^ i-- '.-Ceole recently are
rived at New O-rleanshi'roni -'ohrasc,, having lost all
)er crew by the fever, except the captain
ST. JOSEPH, Sept. 25, 1843.
Mr. Editor-As .the exciting epistolary cnli roversy
between "Shell" and "Manton" appears to have
come to a close, perhaps a letter fromrone of inferior
the materials f,,r buillin. are cheaper tlian they are
here. and the price of laher, i, now, inot minu'h luh-
er than in our Norinlhern cities, and beyond this there
are hundreds of lots convenient to thle business part
of the city, which are not improved. The question
naturally arises, what can be the cause under such
SATIRIRICAL SIPS FKOM THE LONDON
The Morning Post has the following paragiaph:-
"A mushroom was piicked a few days ago in the
nursery of Mr. G(regory, of Cirencester, weighing 1 Ib.
'8 oz., andmeasuring upwards of 33 inches in cir-
Mr. Gregory, thus noticed in the Post, sent utp the
curiosity to Jenkins, who accepted it, aid hy taime-
diately sitting uplon the atlbresa,, mushrootn, changed
it into a-toadstool!
CHANGE OF RESIDENCE.--The Statue of George
the Fourth has left the King's Cross, and retired into
the country. Change uof seen had been recoimmen-
dd, as the noble patient had been suffering tor years
froom a badness of site.
ROYAL RABBIT SHOOTING.-Whbile Prine?'Albert
is: at Windsor, he,cuntemplates the pleasure of -rablit,
shooting at Swinlev Park, where the rabbits, we are
told,.have been "strictly preserved for the occasion."
It is to be hoped that the rabbits are fully sensible
not only of the care they have hitherto experienced,
but of the honor that is still in store for them.
We understand that the'ranger of Swinley Park
has causedlihe following notice to be put up in seve-
rat conspicuous places:-
All rabbits desirous of the honor of attending
Prince AIlert's levee,_ will be expected to be in rea-
diness at the Warren at half-past ten precisely.-
Rabbits' heads to be turned towards his Royai Higlh-
ness's muzzle." I
GRAND PROJECT.--]t is in contemplation to build
.an acqueldut;t over the Irish Chaunel, lor the purpose
of supplying England with hot water.
LITERARY In'TgrMICENGE.-We have been given
to understand that certain' dramatic authors, who
have been in the habit of pertrmitting tlie representa-
tion of their t rree-act pieces at half a-crowo per night
are likely to suffer from the tact that this sum is con-
sidered to be far above the worth of the article, and
that there is io existing coin to denomtinate its real
nightly value. The parties are, tieretore, aboot to
pptitionII Parli:iniet "Or a ntow c,)ina,_e. to consist of
a niixlure of It-a.l ,tin I ir o-.. It wa-3 atfirI sitjLg siw'd
that tltere-hold t,,- O.n ca1 h pice the l.., i, t [I ill-
chief ofl tile l, i Unt alljile'l 1o, b i it it ha. )h,-11 siln e
decided ihdt a blankl %ill bt ir- sinii,_. thing tor all
DIPPING..--\Ve l;>Ve heard a gre.n deal ahbmn thi,
filihy practice, in. ii in vogue ainuna ladie,(: In
many of tie .ouuthrn Stales, bui have ucver Serli
the process denihed until we tnet with[tLe lullowing
in the Medical Journal:
The toilet vo,.cbulary of this country hIas b'-coine
enriched wilh the n-u, ail elegani word dilyping."
A lady or a miniss clhews the end of a stick until she
conve'rrs it into kind ol brush or fiorots n11op, which
she then proceeds to dip into snuff, with %hici she
rubs her teetli and gumsi. At first she presses the
powdered weed with a enitle IIhand, but brtuinng eia-
morvd, at last iouches so deei.ly asto consnmiie a bot-
tle of snutffin a week. Whole families and whole
schools bf girls uare said, wi-th a small number olf clean-
ly exceptions, to be given'to this method of iitilat-
in_ their nervous systems; and many, by the time
they are full grown, have become so thoiroughly im-
pregoated with the powder, that their apparel miigliht
hang in a hot room the whole sunmuer, without being
touched by the mioiths.--\Ve kow. of but two advan-
tate from this habit. ist. It may render themnl insen-
sible to the breath of the oiher sex, who begin the use
of tobacco with the study of giaminar. 21I. It can be
made a subliit-ue of whisk ey (now I'dllin into dliscIedJ-
k) byw those who are in aietnion. "Tlius we are Lold
b, a geltlemalii. th;at hlie I-ltety saw a molber seated at
t1-bed side of her expiring son, with an open dish of
,,miFja ib athlw. oaong his -i licines, into'whic-h
i.ipier+. ru ofteu as she sighed ; Mid
'""; aifther-eheeks'. ihe)
circumstances of high rents. TIhe only way by merit and capacity, mnay not prove.unacceptable.
which we can account for it is, the exorbitant prices
asked by the Lanl Co. for lots, which prevents any
but the rich from purchasing, and -the refusal of the
Company to grant leases of lots for any lengthi of
time. Many have built commodious houses on the
lots of the Company, bat they for the most part are
liable to be driven offat its nod, and we learn that the
a-ent has now received orders not even to extend this
privilege any further. We will venture to say, that
if the Land Colmpaly would lease a part of their lots
for a term, from five to ten years at a fair ground rent,
tilter would be ;an end io the cry of high rents in Ap-
alachicola, >ind we'think t he true interest of the Com-
pany would be a dvanced
THE LATE GALE AT PORT LEON AND ST. MARKS.
--We are sorry to learn that the first accounts of
the disasters at those places are more than realized.
Recent information from Port Leon, says that all the
house except three are destroyed, and among them,
the Post Office and Custom House; awIr the wharves
all destroyed. So great has been thle destruction,
that it it is generally thought by those interested that
the town would not be rebuilt. St. Marks did not
suffer so much-some of the buildings were swept
away and all the wharves demolished. But the most
painful part of this record is, the loss of life which
occurred. At Port Leon one. at the Light-House
fourteen, and at Shell Point five, all i, the same
neighborhood. The amount of property destroyed
is large, yet we think it to be over e.stiimaed by some,
wlih, have placed ii as high a, iwo hundred aud fitiy
to thiee hundred thoiianI dollars. We should
thinl, iliha a muchI Ie- amount would fully covet the
HE.ALrH OF T;Hi. (.'-Ti .--\Ve are glad to say, that.
there is iio-4wknoss :,ni,nin l of our citizens who
have reminained lhere all ihe simmer, but' there are a
fe, cu4es anionr tho-e who ihaive arrived here lately,.
alfer I)emn< absent ihroimoli ihe summer; but we are.
h i'P'j tIn be enabled to st ie., that none are consider-
ed daniierons, and are now convalescent. Persons
who splen. their suinmmers North, should.avoid coin-
iung Soulit too ,o0II i' p .-sible. ;
07" Tlhe New Y,,ik Sun is informed by a letter
from Jacksonville 7. F.. that the settlers on ihe, Nat-.
kalizi hammock, are in ;i state of Itaaject poverty-
and wretchediess", and that they are "absolutely"
starving." We hardly ihlnk ihisto be the case, as
we have never herd anything about it, which, we.
think we should liave. had this been the case, and
we are inclined tc think the information.received by
the Sun to be incorrect. '"
STEAMER AoNES.-This boat airired 'here from
Columbus o, the,25th iwt., after anabsetne-of six
ail one half days. haliving carried up a full freight'
Merchmnts who hid goods rn board lfve 'saved al-
most a handsome profit by selidia their merchan-
dise here insteadf01" sending then overland through
As our city has of late become somewhat deserted, 1
have not the same interesting topics to touch upon,
viz: ten pins, whist aid'flshing, cerles, but the subject
was worn threadbare, an!d no one. but correspoiilenti
of their known talents could have rendered it so i'i-
terestilg." -In the general desertion they have left us
our beautiful bay, and we can occ'ri,.i11.1ll take. a
sail or row upon that, anrid there is cerartitiy no finer
aniu.-ernent in the world. 1 had the Ipeasure a iew
evenings-since in company with several -others oi
sp'-tding a few hours iia this delightful way--wv, Ii' d
music both vo:al. and instrumreutal. The notesouf
the soft guitar, touched by a master-hand, and when
I inform you we had several of Mrs. H.'s best songs,
sung in her almost inimitable style, you may Well
conjecture our measure of enjoyment wasby no means
incomplete. Your paper has been received here re-
gularly this season, and in good time, util the last
two or three weeks, wlich I suppose is on account of
the little intercourse now carried on between the two
places. To-morrow I shall go'out upo" a deer hunt
with a veTerin 'hnnter, and if we hiAve luck, you
may count!,Upon a hi d quarter, should means of
conveyance offer. [WVe think we've got it now,]
I saw in ,one. of thi 'Aptachicola .papers; mention
made of the rapidity with which buildings are dis-
app-ari,,g in St. jo,-Rp,; if the wVriter had said
stealth aie wou:fl have coin." nearer it i" some cases
aid pnitably have hit the ideas of the'owners aboit
the mater. -Some wholesale operations carried on
here in that way.. Yours, &
dent ofthe Evening Post proposes that the next is-
sue of'Treasury Notes shoulif be so modified as- to
make them payible in specie, on demand, at the com-
mercial entire of the'Union, w;iich is-this city; andm
that they bear the 'ow interest of one "llt, as the lipre-
sent .law r-quires that they should bra,'Fr interest
not exceeding five per cent. A m.,l'ificai'o'n in the
'features of'the 'ITreisury Note was firstisuggested by
Mr. Jefferson, and his design was that the government
*should-tise them in the place of the notes of banks
and individuals. As these are issued for the purpose
of ennbfing the TIreasttry Department to 'meet any
particlar coirtingencies of the government, a modifi-
cation.of theB-:iti'th e manner suggested must greatly
facilitate this end, at the same that it would reader
minnch sehtce to, theoommercial transactions ot'fidi-
vegetable decomposition. It Portugal, whose cli- -::DAfii .Boos .- The Loniille Adtioer
mate ibs very lry, a dead animal exposed to the su& is L.+ ; ,
-dried almost without dleconpostlion' and consequent- "om weeks sine, an acquaimance of or made
lyv without any noxious Or' odious exhalaions. flt wesi n eo n aaintn o m
undergoes almost the satne pro, essthat i 'eouldlveri n e ,ursion through what is known as the Pedas
a1slo w. fire iii the open air. Hence, while thll:i-jty of Levee'sorne three mihes snth of this itly,ilnestlof
slo.huiop s" dgrnbw W1Y woodcock; Being fatigued and thity "iwsat do"n
Lisbon is ull ol doge rndnig wild; without owners, H sprg tt bled from: b
and while its people .nd lmlice are proverbial lor b thed of a smaBeech-and g that e b. (e om: thd
wantfueatess.iisoneo h -ae i r .aeech---and whie ele shad r i
wani`~atofass. >t ore oflhe~ healihes. ciles ,n freahtneoit detected at sme 30'feL-4isai~ fr
seat, the dim autrme of letter an a Beeohrtue.bUw q
othe streetuzobdoy, reuravs .n. and t on feendi u noo, diocermble at Ihe dislaone be waw.. oa fi ,tb .Ap i
fsor it s wesutloe a wit wawr fo n'oe great ac- -m .a proaehing rbdhre-e, a .nd eat i manoying ath mJ-
idbon is of 3 Pimi V-te wlargest it, Europm~e yreat ac- which covered the insrriptiaeh found the fIlaaw
q.du LI IJ V I. ---- l Lui... a of he .oMI forester, DuaiellBwe1 eatvA i, IIsI S
ShewWt^,is out t j sU t arets., Aley -re rudl< thmaeten aboutt ife &ta114.- 7't.4m.-Ifls*
- ---.--.. aofme fo-ur fet' In cimett-ereebe -Ba the 'ettonA-rt
'-:.;; B1 laallnhy. Tle Arabs bave i h...we"...t.=... ..
~~f ~ ~ ;tbV; B u t huid lifti r ts. rrobs i-fisc~: ocr~ r~c
q o rt,"st,,cOu of fty pac". Trhifse p a.t...
~ativ.^coTa.i- mar.hes,swamps and asiag- ,4rBo6*,, w ,-Pi,-.e,^ ait of Jxti|-U^ll
4aMf water, ar.-a.ay-nhealhby. iHeuce Holland _. f .. 7:_ e -7"' of _"tiqh .itf **at-
Iat-6 sit* -nd f.I i "r~o ilann m ei etu8es of 40t"ldl,
lull of slagna4gn eanals, thoueught, c sU. subject to nu- i t; .,, do doubt cv*s er:= Jie t .i,,*-. g
mlerous diseases, especially intoraimiiieut lvers. the fe wrk of b' fe9VQ y,,&*r Ps
Hence Uin"olshire is the most unhealthy county illn B '-" -'-' ., -^.V t,
Eueland Hence the alluvial regions of our South- A DRUNKARaa'sS4e Lt.oq t'r^fwU be-iinJd4-A m-
ern States is a graveyard. Furthermore. hnmid re foribtlt ru,,g if 1 kporwe just -t -i .,J ,-- bo-,d
gions.are always mrea unthealthy in dry seasons, an .- for. Ui street's ol jlnia I htb do wnr iflrew d tbe; .,
adllitini al fac. to prqve that the agent of disease, in lm such thing as ccum sreet & a& L.. T'he
hum'ilclilpa.tes. animal and vegetable decomnp-.i- crlss-eydl,, and keepsl.wini'. and blikin w, ,s-e
lion. This prpcess cannot proceed o4n lhe sandulv' hlaher eyes full ofl: Maecaboy... Now, whatuaRn.,
t.aiqs of.,Arabia and Atrica, but is cotini mally,, p.:t- (Qo!. l I siadtiill. there'& a very pleaat ea" ce .
ceedling Uill arrested by Irost in the stagnantl cabals going to sleep standing. Ifl goet stir, hab 9 fUf
otf Holland, the fens of Linacolhshire. the Dismal t know which way I am tnrawin'."
Sswiaps" ofhbe soull" In. dry seasons, tlie sho esof "
swam.ps and fens, are uncovered by the recession of. Three languages contain aS the ireasrz ibfihei.
water., a:margin ia left uncovered, but stlll ntuis't,, cient world : the Hebrew. tbGre4'.i a0 Lat i, Qp
and tie -veetcdiou there produced or cllecied is dJe- reconciled ai the cross, wad brought io n serious
composed by the actwpr o.i!heat an_ .moislure, Ja union around the head Qfgthe diin S0o4of.oj"lb ,
rainy seasons these are covered with, water, and ihe fiom. that day to this, I.r',d ite tieited rebties
vegetable matter is niot de<;oponl -seod. A dedd anim- ol" classical and theol.g1e.al le nitg, Wthe ouie at
mal.or plant,.will not heco,,e offensive while k wlpi u.- .pl'wVich ha-v.e been dug Il = "e 1jeweo dft M.lh"!.
der wateri" B t if exposed to ihe sun, upon nauti bec1uty wbich adorn, every., uge of Cl>,
ground, they will soon become deconlposed. ..... .. '
Here is a utililarian ,pafarapb which we a-j1
Jean Jacques, tlis us that when his wife died, the Bangor Whig:7 -
every farmer in the neighborhood offered to cousoleS I" If common salt be pubinto water, when -|i|jlt
I Pm hin oe f their ,au hters !-but < abhags or greens preparatory to cooking theml,4he
hltm by,-offejin' n:on fib io g, i"' g" PY .
that a few weeks afterwards, his cow Ihaina shared ,nals, slugs. worns, &c., will conie our arid sik to
the sime. fate, n0 one v-er thouoght-of replacing his the botrtomrn, so tha they need not be boiled wit the
loss 'by the'offe of andtiher ;-thereby iprovlng the vegetables. Il is Impossible to wash them outeiw
different' value people set upon thpir cows and clhil- abliages be taken to piece, aud people genelgf
dn : lhke 0to have the vegetables' served up whole' -:
" .'+ :-+'=t .: : -.-::-+ ri." = "-! +. : i
viduals.- : -: .
EFFECTS OF HOT CUAMATES.--fl:hblAt climates
toistuaire promotes disease by 'acilitatiog anitmal Hntd
,ngl,o. / .--.Sic,,e 6or host, the COintdo
ale,'a -0 ps ct of good ofeetd farndistit.Th
itlv be'or(Is, and that not far distant. The
rqnes ito tha diseases of
the sex h the Soul'.we have already cullecter sd'iis-
faetory evidence that ;-dipping" is the case of some
nd an.aggravation of rnany mp.re. We might refer to
its erff-ct on their breath, cominplexion.and cleanliiss,
bur this we shall leave in the bands of the gentlemen
who are immediately interested.
i 1 rr
I L___ _
Per steamer Siren-Wm C Dickinson, Mr Gilpiu,
Mr Maitland, A Carraway, C Gilbert.
Per steamer Tallahassee-- Mrs Oaks and niece,
Mr Herald and lady, Maj J B Applihg, J Bilbro, J
Kelly, E Ha>. f f ,
Per steamer Agnes-Preston & McClay 32 bales
cotton. J F Farrior & Co 5, Moore"& McKenzie 1.
Wm Foster 1 bdi leather.
Per steamer Sirev--D G Raney 4 bales cotton.
Per steamer Tailahassee-Moore & McKensie 5
bales cotton, 15 bbis mds.
PORT OF APALACHICOLA. .Septembei 30.
Apalachicola Packet& .
Ship FLORIDIAN. Williham Pratt, Master.
Ship UNrA& P. W. Laibam, MBat'et'
Ship EMBLEM; A'. L. Dyer. Mamteir. :"
Brig MANIHATTAN, Win.. oaH. Do, Mast.
Brig ANN ELIZA, C. H. Mallory, 1MasTots .-
Brig METAMORA., H. Ahly, Mastel. .-'
These vessehls are of light daugbt of,a, bwows
expressly for the trade, of the best moeriah-lr'"
fastened and coppered, with ha-ndsutrM acc "qC.
tions, and will sail pueclually as adveensed. i w.tt
day of sailing Ialls on Sunday, the Alip 0i4 09"oA
the Monday following. The price of piling At Fld
without liquors. All goods Ibryarded to (.80be -
bern will be shipped free of conmmisst "
E. D. HURLRBU.T 4c Co.
New York, Sept., 1849. .84 eiih* -Tt.
-- -- --iYRII
I.I. W. BROOKS.
Apalachicola, Sept. 30, 1843.
D. II. Pallais,
I rr ~1
HE partnership heretofore existing undrv the
name, firm and style t4l WHITE & WALK-
ER, was dissolved: on-the eighth day of'Jun"f hst.
The unsettled business 0fthe late firra Will be closed
by /! THOMAS M. WHITE.
MlariaMia.a, Sepi. 9, 1843. el 6-Bm
-Aww" I -, le, ., -
S C O MM E R CI A L. ,Mon stage of water. With all tfhee facilities for
S,_, transporting freight up the river, and produce down,
Latest Dates. & we cannot see any reason why mprch:nlts and iphn-
From .Liverpool.... Aug. 19 i From-New York..Sept. 18. terms in the up-counitry should nut'l ceae iraniporta-
We take tilhe f'll;owingstatement of the commercial both be saved by shipping thlroulgh'Ahi-i purl. There
affairs of this port, up to the year ending Sept. 30, has,not beea a time this summer, but what any of the
1840. from a paper then published in this city, and boats could have gone to Columbus-with a full cargo.
upon examiiiation have found it correct, as far as T-erewith w crivup thep numhbr of c.len...rr m
'MUrt &CAITE REPLY.
At a ball given by the city of Paris to' Napoleon,
was Madam Cordon.' 'The Corsican, Tn general, was
a ol ver+foncrdf peoplee who hita btnriife rieil by any
means bill Mi own favor :; He had ,lneyt s0-n Marl.
Cordon, whose name even he had over known before
but he had been told Chat her -t:iushmd wis Ipossessed
ofg.eO wealh. IHMe walked towarIs her with'a pee-
vishtart-eof is ana said to her, abruptly--" Are you
Matdime Cordon ,'
She mod#ia -prlound courtly to the question.
and Bona-ptrte teotinued his disuourse--, Are you
very rich?" '
Yes, sie," she replied, "#I have ten children."
Napoleon, struck with the dflicate force of this re-
ply, walked quickly away.
the Ist of January, 1835, to date :
there were positive data to go upon.
By the politeness of M1. P. Ellis, Esq., Deputy
Collector of this port, we are able to present a con-
tinuation of the same, taken Irom the Custorn-house
I l. U......
Schrs. Brigs. Barques. Ships.
..82 49 -"3 13
...99 51 11 24
... 93 68 -- 10 16
..102 55 t 8 17
...92 37 8 .17
... 84 54) 1 *-2(;
..ls 79 14 24
'.. l f gbHooks Lrovo .- can describe the OUOKS, down to the present late, wnicn closes the
trfE HEBiREW LAMNGUAGE.-Who) can describe the v
giant-built Hebrew'? The mhost simple, the most phi- commercial year On reference to the table, it must
losipphical, and the most ancient of written tongues; be admitted Iby all, that the increase, per centum, of
with letters' like blocks of marble, with words like the export of' he great st.iple of ihe South, has
kings, palacesm wi:h sentence like cities walled up to eveee equaled b any pr. in e .Union, wi
; ... .. ,. tn vr neeii eoualleJ nv anry porl in tire Union, Wiltllln
heaven; though robed in the beauties o( holiness, yet .
rugged asthe mountains about Jerusalem; ucbanga- any give nine successive ears, a is here sliow
ble in its idiom, unyielding in its structure, unvary- I from the year 1835 to 1843 inclusive.
ing add solemn in its tone, from generation to genera- The official account of Cotton cleared 1-43. i tion the language of rigor and ol'judgment, of adop- ". 1835, 3-,6-"4 "
4on and obedience; sjioken first in t-he garden of E-.---
den, or by the builder of Babel; wrten first on tables Showing a oelt gain of............... 92,626 "
ofston'eBy the finger of Jehovah; forever preserving And when we consider ilint unly Fourteen years since
f*s *a fl dignity, whether sung by the seraphim coir ht oll ;te yers s gone
."a~n, ng nty, eth :.ng b w~hh~ra~rhre. our whole export was e_3ttrn~ited at 800 bales, I( must
above, orby the choir of ihpe temple; whether carried i
t6 t sublih.ily hivy Iailh. or brought down be acknowledged that the resources of agricullurr,
to.' amongng the rose. o[ Sharon and the lilies of abound on the rivers which flow to our bay, and (lHat
*W|y-altIblomqn; and destituite alike ofthe elas- our planters lack not lie energy or.the-.tiH todler
,'^e^*r- cty'*a^M the natural -prowess of the l.,o ,., :;_SS
Lain. unable to soar With the one or charge wit i-h. a
rhb. other; but ever Marching with the slow and mea- It is acknowledged b:y V(4I. `aq te w
8tutd listed ol an ancient army of elephants. business on our rivers, thi. 1lie plaj i6vt havi- yearDl,.
REOUTO RIC.,-T re is nowr ant:the La- (and'we ihnk inmuch io their disad vantage) b-en in-
REVOLUTIONBT RVLUC.r-Th*-re is now at~th(1 Lia- ., e,.,, .
WsaotQto below Baltimore, lyia among the cwtdlei..ed creasing the size and weight of their bales, which
stores a brass cation, wnich was presented by Lafa- would materially increase a comparative statement of
yettn to Congres in the early days of the Pevoltion. export, when computed per bale.
StI,was used at the battle of Br,.ndywine, and bars an sujct, we wish that we could i-
inscription proving it to have been cast 140 years ago While on this subjctwe wish that we could i-
Tbe Secretary ot t heTreasury, learning ths:fact, has press upon the minds of the planters how much they
Ordtredi ,that: t, may be (iuiserved among the trophies stand in the way of their own interest, when they pack
of the Government ... heir crops in bales which weigh over 450 to 475 Jbs.
fsErLRECiPLMSE.--Toake good. LoafoBread.-- The little extra expense they would incur in tihe
Mlix dry and well rubbed togel'er, tvwd t, i0l)1u1s full freight doWni the river would be more than renmuner-
.f.fcream o, tartar with.one' qurt of' flout-then dis' ated, byithe preference they would obaiu in market
sotld three tfourths of a teaspoon full of super cor- on ac nt of g order, to say nothing of the ex-
bonatesf soda in a sufficient qu.antitv of sweet milk ;
i the, wiole together ald hake imelnediately. If pense they almost always have to suomrnit to, in mend-
water be, used instead of sweet milk, add a little shor- ing, breakage of ropes and the extra labor it requires
tening ..in handlitig, when iheircrops are sent forward in
`II the 44'ove idireciians be strictly foll.,wed., bread
vi; ) e phov,. ,'irection s eslrictly foll,,we, bread packages weighing front 500 to 600 !bs. and not uu-
wIll be pro-luced of supenIor lightess and whiteness q I h a 7 lbs. an u a.+
and .., person hayitg o'ncee tasted of it made it, this f requently ashih as 700 Ibs. and upwards
.way.,'wouol'd.villiugly'r'sort to the common inothod of In regard to the forthcoming crop it is at present a
producing the suffof life. matter of speculation. There is no doubt that the
Sept '27-Schr Phreniologilt, Silvie, frorum St Jo-
seph, to IN',stei.
L-8--.Schr lizibetll Caroline, Wilson, from Port
L,,-)n lo Mlisir.
Selpt 153--Steninr Agnes, Jenkins, from Columbus
ilh 33H hale. colon.
Sept d28-Strani.'r Siren, Van Veghien, from Baia-
Septi 9--Sieaimer Tallahasse, Rynear, from Col-
Sept '-2-Schl Rendezvous, --, for St Josepli.
"29-Schr Elizabe. G a i.. Wl.. ..f.r N.. w
For New o0C .,..--
"irst Vessl.) ..
STHE Regular Pac'er Bit CAROLINEM
E. PLATT, Rice, master, having most .f
her cargo engaged and going on board, winl
have immediate dispalclh. For freight or pasalm,
apply to McKAY & HARTSHIORNE,
4 It will b,' nbqervtdl th it the li-t oftclei-rance-, elinmiepnce
on the first Jday olf January e.ai'ii yeaj-, i[relture t %%ill ake
tnir't nioriths more to complete the list ir 1o13.
The amount of Tonna,,e for llie year ending
September 30, 1843. is .....................60,6--5
Nf:w OiLEA.NS Se)t. 12.
Co(t'b..-Arrived since the 8thiiisi., b2l, iales;
cleared in the sirne time none ;.t qking-au .addition.
-" ,-S ^ I ,2 bal s,____. -;iod l -a . -" -
.Nt termefII of n .oT /- .. -
Stock on hund lsl Sept. 1?'43....3....... .bales
Received last three ,lay I.... ...., I
Steamer Oriole, Woodruff, for Cd;6fni;'u--
Sept 2:)-Steiiiner Siren. Vano Veghlien, for Flint
River. ; -
List of Vessels in Port.
Caroline E Platt, Rice, (239) for Nc. York,
,-1c Kn:y & Hartshorne;
Florida, Crocker, (215) for New Yorlt, .
McKay & Hartsherne,
Cleared last three days. ....... .........-
S previously.................... 764
Stock this evening, Set. 12....................7,177
Since the review of Friday ("'ening last a very ani-
mated business has been transacted in cotton, more
especially of the new crop; and the market may now
be considered as having fairly opened for the season.
The sales during the period amount to fully 1000
bales, of which 700 were new cotton. These transac-
tions have established prices, atlwe.nuow adopt our
regular quotations solely for new cotton. Prices of
oldt cottons are very full, and further advances have
been realized by holders; we qaote inferior, 5c ; or-
VESSELS UP FOR THIS PORT.
New York, Sept. 18.-Ship Uncas, Lath'am.
Ship Charlemagne, Packard.
Ship|Mlrai ii na, Philips.
Brig Alabama, .Williams.
Sclir Swallow, Shannon.
Boston, -Sept. 16.--Sehr Seminole, Taylor.,
dinary 54 a 5jc; middlig 6 a EQc; middling fair 71 CLEARYD FOK TMis PORT.
a 7tc; of the better qualities there are none in the New York, Set. 18S.--ShipTManco, Nirkles.
market. Brig Wmn Taylor, Hoey.
MOBILE, Sept. 12. C We are authorised to announce
Statement orf Cttun. TrA N sq. aw a ndidat-
Srok on hand Sept. 1, 1843............ bales 1,128 HIRAM MANL Y, Esq. as a candidate
Received this:week. .................. 194 to represent the county of Franklin in
the next Leuislative Council. s23 ;
Stock on hantid aid on shipboard not cleared....1,322
We are authorised-to announce
CHIARLESTON, Sept. 16. Col. RI E I' J. FLOYD, r sV can-T
Cotton-Sales new crop ...................... 8 a Col. R B J. FLOYD, as a
Sold ......................64 a 84 didate to represent Franklin County in
; c.Bank N 'ote Table. -the next I.e--islatlve Council, at the en-
Banks of South Carolioa........................par. suing election. aug26
crop from the line of Florida down,: has been much
injured andl will be short; but from afl the information
we have received, wt, should think that the agaie-
'gate atnouut to' be received at this port, will not be
less than'(he last yeal.
Colton skipped from this Port.
Boaton: Mdrical Jour.
STATirfT or WASH INTsoToq.--The Nationa' Infetli-
'- "Upona casual visit yesterdnl.y 1o the Capitol. we
'fouuudthe 'iaute of \Vaashington. (lI.-,uInteII Irorn ift
temporaryy efevationda in the Rotunda, had O'esc6nided-
the Capital, and was on its way to take up its p0s-ition
on the new base of granite prepared to receive it under
the frame building erected east of the Caplitol for its
teirvgoqpry covering.", :
ACzLRTAiN CaUR.-The Atias says: a very ge,,-
ietiy h ly' currespondent asks us "wHat is the best
Sded.oi for a: ibre'tbroait ? Let' hiir'rtalke the sleeve of
< a'yobiJg lady's dresS"and press it gently around his
n' k' "'" ** '* "- "* '
N."B,. ln the sleeve aforesaid, we had like'to have
f-1r;0t1n to s;,y, there mnust he a soft, white arm, or
"'the ieceipt'will'be useless L
No MISTAKE.--" I say.' Sambo. where dos Squire
Peteres ive ?-".'asked a travedierof a boy whorlt grin-
cuning and,]balitiang i ianel oM a' rail. *i Turn up
;!daat ntreetstden ,pass,
SSheds house and keep goiu'onwwhere you see Phil-
lis iuwde field--and you can't help nissin' on it."
2" eb can you tell us who is the graiest:man iu the
United Stales I"
; "Yes, sir Mr. Wickfiffe.",
I b W'hy:,so sir? ,-
;, Becos, sir, he's at the h*ed of the male depart-
ment ; and if t'want for him there woultn'?ul Le any
males bir ;atd jouales is very necessary. sir, to a; free
countryy. sir. aud. Si!--, .
StuLop eb, ,tha't'lUirp-
66.,.'; No. ir, 'twont do.al alt, sir, because, air, if here
were no males, sir, the female, sir, would not live on
I ,lp cowdlion whatever, sir.. Just: you "think.sir, for
,.A. rgmeut,, sir, upon tihe aituai-J.s t: a whole world
fUof unproiected females, sir! --Oh, sir, it's awful,
sir. Oh!oh!oh! .. ,.
P'ere Zeb'a feelings were too many fox him awl he
r +fa m t-d. .."/ +;., .**;; :. ... .. :,
'" A' printer i4MAs when he'sit aiiid ses' ihen :he
stands; wbeu he wishes to sets wntthease':, he 'alw,,ys
r @ithds 'erect. It is/'bowever the nature of rhe case
which causes hip:to .0stoard.:--
A.Nzw TxSas.-A Lman is charmedl with assault, ib
New York and Providence, tfor kcising .oae or two
pretty girls in thelxset. His friends plead insaniity:
.uLt i l9 said nbat,be is sane enough not to kiss any
who re ot qaudsomne. This argument will, at any
Stai,e, hav" th4,cffect to mitigate the anger of the o-
fende d.fair ones: ., .
'ft tch Helen .was, aml who could blame the boy?"
:, ,.. U. S. Gazette.
IMPROVEENrT or THEr. OIo NAVte`ATron.-By a
.tccent report to the Secretary ol Wa, it rippears that
,j_'tli'work of improving the navigaiion of theOhio
; --ifte pogrf. in various points. The raishg
k aitUiaf rocks 'and the deeping of the channel
iire msnioned at "While's Ripple. Black's lrdand,
"_(he dd' feot,) Fish CroeL Island, B ming on's
.'lad,,Captain's, Isladn, Maria Islaand, and Brown's
S I andM.',' "" "
There is a young lady in Y.Iusi'ana,' who has won a
.':.tnedtll'fr her naodesy.' She dismis-ed her lover for
.rnmatrkpg in hier presence, that ihre'e was a Ipropect
ofll the rwindsh-9tg. '
LoNs |sLAD MURDEa S',sE.--lnt ihPeaeof An-
loiroGeisler, the Jliry,afier ai absence of six- houtirs,
eluroed a Verdict of;Oilty,on Friday rnght.'
*-"' .. .. New York' uan
j'. e wlio is of a surly and, unyielding disposition
0 nver fils tp excite troubles even among rtltives and
'.. Iltas been truly remarked that '" m111ny a mai hatt
1j blown his brains out with a brandy bottle."' There
t..ie suicide id arumn barrel as-well asa pistol barrel-
,d. .I :i ,, : + ,
SATisFIED TO AL "-LAVES.-The Poaomouth Tri-
bpn? of friday chronciles the return to Lewis Co.,
Ky, of three uegro nmen to the home of tbeit- master,
--ftam Canada, where they had escaped.
]1'iee call young gentlemen to church more fre-
aqoeutty than bells do.
1829. ..;....; ................,..800
1830;... .................... .. ...1.200
1831.. ........ ............... .. 2,400
1833 .1. .................;. ..1 ,700
1834...... .... ..................23,650
1840............ ............ .... 72.23-3
1841 ............................ 64,595
1842.. ...... ........... ......... 78,581
O" We are authorised to" announce
C. J. S1E PA rHO),:as a candidate fbr
re-election to the office of 3heritf of
Franklin Counrity. s23
( We are authorized to annoupcee
W. W: HOI.LENBEC(K, as a candi-
date for Clerk of the County Court of
Franklin County at the ensuing elec-
tion in November next. sep30
L VvWe are autlhorised to announce
JA !ES" GIBSO)N, as candidate for
the office of Sherif of Franklin county,
at the ensuing election in November
State Bank and Branches, Gergiai. ..............par.
M. itie and Fire Ins. Bank, Savaunah.......... ).par.
Planters' Bank, Savannah .......................par.
Mechanics' Rank, of A-ug,,ta, .................. par.
Bank of Augusta................................. par
Augusta Ins. ad Banking Co.................. par.
Brunswick Bank and Agencies.........:..........par.
.Pheonix Bank, Columbus .......................patr,
'Georgia Railroad and Branches ................. par.
Milledgevile Bank............. ........ .. .. par
Bank of St. .... N.. ................. .. ... .... pa .
C ,n,,,eilci [i Bank ,ial \lacon, ............. ....... .pa;r.
( ri.nlr.l Rai;ro).adJ anil Branches.........15 per cl. dij.
llank of ',Colunbus. ............. ... .........bruke.
inrwii on Bridget .................... 5 a 10 p-r ct. di%.
Aa. Suit,- Iank andBi ranches.l......0 00 per ct. dis.
Bal k of Halwn kin-ville.......... %........ ..... l)iroke.
Cirnlial UB ink ........ ..... ..... ... l) a 1.5 per ci. dis.
Dank of Urclnnli4 ce, a NT l-un .. ....... ......... broke.
Plvntern' midj .M echaiiir,' B ,ii............... broke.
Excilange Bnik of Brunswicl.... TO a 90 pcr ct. ills.
Note.--n the aoov%.- Lalle no rel'e enoe is iiald to cotton
which was shipped f i,, >i. Joseph, almnough .hat poilt I.
in the Apalachicola LOist Ic
We would temak here, ilI llie Custom-hu-e
books Wevious tu lle )ear 1835 were accidentally
destroyed; which will accuii for exports previous
to that time being eatim dcd.
We have asyet rereivved hui 35 b-les of the nrw
crop. and noneof it haas s %et been offered in the
market. Tle qu1lity is Fair. T'liec hdve be n no
transactions in- the arlr--lp since our last. We quote:
Inferior.............................5 a 54
Ordinary............................ 5j a 5
M iddling Fair ................... .. .5 a 6
Fair.,., ................... ........ 7j a 7
On ihandSept, 30, 1843, crop of 184'2.....123
Do. 1843..... 35
Tolal........ 158 bales.
The vatie of Foreign Exports from this
Iport, for theyear ending t is day. as per
Cuatom-house book-,. is............ $1,282.364 08
Estidaited value of exports coastwise.. 1.602.591 00
Total......... $.,.884,956 08
In this calculdioi'for coastwise exportsai nothing
las been added fir %t e r.pot_ ftlumber, stavej4 cedar,
hides, furs, tallow .- -+ .. ..... .- .
There is,tlintle, freight offering a -this. rime we
:.- : "- :- , .= = / '
N OT'ICE-Six weekss after date I shall apply to
the lHon. the Jud4,e of the County Court for
(he (-'uuny of Franklin. for Letters of Administra-
tion on the estate of James C. Wa`tson, late of 'Mus-
cosee county, CGeo. deceased.
Apialjechacol-i Prices Cnrrenlit.
A rliie:. \ Prucfs..
BA(GI.JI--Kenluck% ..........per yd. !S a 21
India. ............. "" 20 ai 22
Dundve ........... 00 a 19
BALE RoPE--M.\nilla..........per lb. 00 a 12
Kentucky........ '- 8i a 7-
Baco.--Sides................. 5/, a 6
Shoulders ............ '" 00 a 4j
Hanms............... 1- 64 a 8
BurTTER'-Goslien ............. Ou a 25
CoFFEE:-Cub,l................ 9 a 10
Rio.................. 10 a I 1
Java ................. 13 a i5
CAInDLLS-Sperrn ............. 30 a 33
('HEI.:sE......................... 11 a 13
70 a 75
0 00 a 7 50
0 00 a 7 00
6 00 a 6 50
6 00 a 7 00
5. a .6
COa. ...................... per hush.
FLOUR-Canal, (new).........pr bbl.
New Orleans, (new).. "
*. (old) .. ( ,,
GoU POWDER--H F........... pvjeg,
l.r,--Sweedes, as1iorted..... -.#e b.
-- :- g~ .,.. . -
M AC JREI;--NO. 'I ."......... .iii
No.'2.......... 0'=,. i
No, 3........... - "
MOLASSEs--New Oreans .... ptr gal.
NaILs--Cut, assorted ..........|er lb.
Wrought, 4 ..........'
Oim-W hale ................ ptr gal.
Sperm ..,............ ;-, ,,
Linseed...... ......... "
PAINTs--Extra ............. per keg.
; 1" White LeadNo 1No .'- "
.V. No 2.. i '
PRtovIsIor--Beef, prime...per bbl.
m e S; .. 't ,
Pork, prime....;+. V '4
(t mess.,... i,
POTATOES..... ..,.. ,, ,
SUGAR-New Orleans-........ ..per Ib.
Po,'to RIicO........... .."
St. Croix"...",;... o...
-. + L umli" ; .. '
L oaf' -.. ......... "
SALT--Liverpool, ground..,per sack.
SHOT--Drop.. ......... .... ,.,per bag.
B uck..li ...,. +..+.,....+ "- .
TwIP E---Bna2itl... ...,...... ..er Ib.
W1sIE-Y-KRectified ........ 'B1r gat |,
00 00 a 8
0 00 a 1
1 25 a I
1 25(2 1
0 00 a 2
0 00 a 2
0 00 a 7
0 00a 9
o 00 a I!_
0,00 a 13
2 75 a 3
00 a :
0 00 a 2
000 a 1
0 o0a 2
List of S e"mboat t im+he Airalaehicola
.ep .etuoer s f : 30 18 -'
Agnes.'....; ..; ............... Jenkins. ,
Augusa.. ..... ...,.......,. Harris.,.
*: rala'hic.ola ................ Sutlon.
Colurnmu ...l..... ....... Allen.
Florence.... ............. Foyd.
Fanny....;;+r....... ..... .Phelps.
James Y. i tbh.... ......... Smith.
Louisa,...... .............. Beinnet.
Lo ."e,. .--............. Niles.
Oeoaeei:. ... ......... Cadwallader.
O' riole....;.................... Wioudruff.
Siren (U:'S, .Vlail).......... Van Vegbief.
... T laiahas .....;........... ...Ry neer.-
In a ditio tothe above, there are now built 0e the
Western waters four lirsf cjLasas boats, ,xpreessly for
this river, which will be here in a ahort time. We
also understand that a fifth one is nearly completed,.
whose: destfination "is pr obably Apalachicola river.
btyigb ar. ;
010. JF:;tiL BA~4t%j);~4~tL, te:
IHAVING made arrangements with one of the
lneat and most extensive Saddli'y Esmabrshb-
mueins at the North,.for a supply of SALDPL.EkrY
during the season, I shall return, i6 tli Fall with a
istpck of' superior
Geanleximen' and Ladies* S ad eie
various styles anl patterns. Also, Harness, Bridles,
Martingales, Collars, and a general supplyof neces-
sary articles usually kept in the line.
-The sutrbscriber will also keep his usual supply of
Furniture, C-hairs, Lo6king-glasses, &c.
PETER HOBpIho e
Apatachicola, Sept. 2, 1,643.
NOTICE OF RE Ff W IOBNiA
Arplla o ifastjCT~ isI^ g
TOTICE I B hereby ngiLva wt* Sui met i6
1 iherety give .bab tbi oiartEofti;, o
redeem aUl the Treaeury Notesf e104'Wht^ OFe
heretofore issued beinoi darv .fi. t-ce 0:,|t(.L
fore the 1st day of Jaly, %84 sAd (r lt
coma dle or sha.t beue'4ae, before ,9We
day ef June, 1843; nad ,t bar8 a9oelfVft-
sions of different acts of Coagre ssI
the iw(6 herein descnbtl *ill 604" d
of Juneiext. Any nftes tbat ma 't,
this notice at lhe Dellposituieds ofr the t .ti ftlP
in the City of New York, or at rle rth'e"o^Watilg.,
ton, or at the Treasury, wilt be redeeme-;0in q.Iy
and not otherwise. J. C; S-PkNCE^
Secretary of tbh T Hie .-
Virtue maketh men on earth famous; in their gra- Among the above are several of very light draught,
vem ilMostious; in the heavens, immortal.--Chi/o which can run to Albapy-on Fliut river at-, any co-
For New York. .
(Tofonw 1e: Caroline E. Plat, ..
THE RegularPacket Brig FLORIDA,
JiS oy Croceker waster,^ now ready to nesbw
x.v.:Wi&, jin4-v .:' dispatch fo. tip
-above, .t-w-F g/t,..e,. a Dto .. +
__ +++- ,::+j := .
APALACHICOLA DI STRICT--TERRITMY
To the Macrshal of said District, Griting : ::-
VV- HEREAS, JAMES SMITH, Seaman, has
exV bited his libel or complaint against the
Schooner A LLIGATU R," hereoff Thomas Lewis
ii, or late nas, Master, her tackle, apparel and furni-
ture; and also agaitit all persons lawfully intervening
for their interest in said schoouer, stating, alledging
and propounding I : -; f: 1 .. .,'
First. Thlat on the first 4ay of October,in the year .
,eighteern hundred and thirtynine, libellant .(at tihe
request -of said Thomas ,Lewis, Master,) shipped oa
board said schooner as Cook. said Lewis agreeing Jo
pay .tbelHant at.the rate of fifteen dollars per month,
as long as libeflant served oa board said schooner.
In pursuance of which agreetmena libellant signed
the shipping articles of said schooner; and a. ifw '
days thereafttr said vesselin lhurge of her said mas-
ter, sailed.from Folly's Lainding in the State of V.ir-
ginia, to -the port of New York in said Slate. .
Second, That about two weeks t lerreafier said shoo-
ner sailed from thence to i':iiipa Bay, Irom tbeace
to Apal;hicola, from thence to Pensacola -nd foom
thence to New Orleansw; aaer which she was employed
by her said Mastr in sailing between the Ports of
New Orleaqs, Mobile aud,Penusaculi for abouttwelve,
months; that said Sclhoo)ner then wriled to Nhb ad
t.o Texas, to Pearl River in the State of Mmssissippi,
to Apala<-hicola, St. Marks, Key West, New Orleans,
Pensacola, and finally to:Apalachicola;, tat said
Schooner was emnpl,,yed by-said Master = afore- "
said, from the-first day nf October:as aforesaid upto1
the twentieth day of .rTnne, eighteen and forty-three,
in trading at and between ( leseveral porur mentioned;
that during this tiiime libellant served as Cook, and
before the ,nast, as required by said Master; that in
all things libeilant servifd On board sdid Schooer
faihffifllv, and dischlarged all tihe duties required of
him as a seam;tn; thaton'or about the twentieth day
of June, heighten hundred and forty-tlhree, said Schoo-
ner, while lying iu the poef of Apalachtiola, was
seized and levied on by the Onited States Marshal by:;
v'ir'tie u o an'attachmenft froi the' Superior Court of
Finnkliii CoUnty. and taken in his custody ; thatian
consequeniceof' said levy and wizure i bellant ws
discharged ftonmSdid Schooner, : .
Third, That libellant has served in all upon -said.
Schooner as Cook and before the mast, three year
eight months and twenty days, and' that his wagpeq
amounted to the sumrn of six hundred and tcmestty.
dlullars; tli.t he has been pjid the sum of ova'h8n-,
dred aud fifteen dollars and sixteen censta, leaving 'a;
balance due him from said Schooner of fiv Ti Bi =
and fifty-four dollars and eighty-four ceabL.'whih
balance ,aid Lewis, Master, as aloresaid, has hitibtA
refused and still doth refuse to pay to libt8ain.
You the said Marslhal are therefore hereby author-
ised, empowered and strictly enjoined promptly to
cite and adumonish the said Thomas Lewis, La*- "*
ter, andI all persons whatsoever having or "end-
ing to have any right, title, interest or" chim
in or. to said schooner Alihgator," her ak0e. ap- .
pnrel and furniture, or to be concerned Vitt^'a of
the saIdpe I siie"'in iaid libel ailedgd(1 lby .! osn a'.
copy hereof on the mnast of said schodmner" hiAmgi r,"
and causing the samih to be inbsimd tdi e'll. CNt,-
merciil Advertiser," .a newsrpapet published -ta .is'
District, at least two weeks before tb t retkrW ily
hereof, and by all legal ways and mei'Bj 're6.tW -r
the same most notorious add public, to he ap .pea r
before the Judge of (his Cout on the fou 16dh '6f
December hexit, at' the place of holding fi wi. ia
the Ciy of. Apicbicola,'and also, to ttJ at
every session a. sid Couit to be W4tl fro'r 'ld
thence, aifUl a detni, e se .eaee gahallX teo ieid
and made in said business vnclulsieljyt' &1tafn
^tabth5iiWij their dulyo to .4 ..iFfis
^^^^.^.^^o~mears uH MeJ ,ws
I __ i 1---- -~ I -
0/| Q Bap9 Green Havana COFFEE;
4 9 18 tierces Molasses;
25 in. Reglia Sigars;
10 boxes While Havana Sugar;
50 boxes g-uava Jelly.
The cargo of the-"John Allvn," now landing.
For sale lo< by J DAY & CO.,
:spit2 52 Waier st.
U. S. fRARSHAL' SALES. DRI)UGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
+eOILS, &(c., &c.
Udd ied Sttel;s marshal S lle. T HE subscriber has just received a large addi-
Edward R. Buoic, Ahab Fila.-Atlachment levied : tion to his former stock, among which are the
vsme C ,June llth, 1841. following articles:-
JalnesC. 10OoW )Aloes, Iodine,
B Y virtue of.i writ of' fifa issued from the Supe- Alcohol, Ipecac,
rior Courtr'of Franklin county, directed IV all Acid Tartaric, Jape,
and singular tihe Marshals of the Territory of Florida, Ad Sulphuric, James' Powder,
I have levied upon and siuall expose to sale in front Alum, Jujube Pte,
of the Courtl Hause, in Ilie city ot Apalachicola, be- Apothecaries Scales & Kreosote,
tween the uu1l iouri-S of sale on aturday the third Weights, Lancets,
day of June next, all the right, title, interest, claim Aqua Amm ia, Lauanum,
and demaiind ot Jaies C. IBoote, in and to the North- Arrow .ua o, La in vials,
East half of lot nuimb, r fi e, block fifteen, wiltli build- Asafoida, Lemon Syrup, in bottles
i i, i iAs~afoetida, Lemou oyrup, int botlle
ings and all appurirnaiincc tllhereunto belonging. Balsainm Copaiva, by the box
IOBUERT MYEKS, Marshal. I& of Life, Lint,
Apalaclhicola, May 3. 1843. Bark, Yellow Liquorice,
The above sale ioqpotned until Saturday the 2d Red, Lobelia,
day of December next, by order of pl'ffs att'y. Black Drop, Lunar Caustic,
S-ROBERFA M)LEgS, Marshal.. Varnish, Mace,
UnitedStatcs m1arshai Sale. Blue Pill, in mass, ladder,
Vitriol, Magnesia, Carbonate
Lents Nell. t Blister Plaster, Calcined,
H. R. Taylor & Co. Borax, Manna,
B Y virtue (,i a writ of fi. fa., from Franklin Su- Bougies, Mercurial Ointmet,
perior Court to ine directed, in favor of Lent "ioxes, Pll Mort G'lss,
& l, v.. Henry R. TaI,.r awl Aorgan L. Taylor Botstoee, Roll Mor ars, Glss
(o the late firm lf R Ta3 lor &A Co., I lloler Brest Pipes, M us ta Irond,
for sale at publicouicry at 'the (:ourt l-ouse door iu rdt yPiest, u Seed, white,
tihe City of Apa-lalhlcola, at 10 o'clock, A. X., on the burgundy Ptch, Seed white
20tllh day of June next, lihe uuilviled hll' of le i' n a as ls
nortlleast half Qflot number five, in block fifteen, in small vials, Nipple Glasses,
.,,,..... .,,- i,. .. ..... .. .... r :C atjphor,_ ... N uttm egs,
Frantklin Superior Court.
Louisa W. Sprowl, IN CHANCER Y.
Crawford S prowl. Bill for Divore.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
Crawford Sprowl resides beyond the limits of tile
Territory of Florida; It is therefore Ordered, that
publication be made for tliree mouth-, notilying tile
defendant Crawford Sprowl, to appear at a Court to
be held in Apalaclucbla on the first Molday in D)e-
cember next, and show cause, if any there be, why
tile divorce as prayed for in said Bill should not be
granted. SAM'L. V. CARMACK,
Judge of the Apalachicola District.
Apalachicola, June *2d. 1843. je14 31n
l..... lM:[, W rORl1K MtltROR.
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. : ,+'\';.+,: -,R: ..* : *of the ,
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lbrnmeit of a paper to 'this place, not only necessary
hut absolutely imperious. We therefore propose to,
suplrly this want aod offer the following
.: ; Pr rraai ;n: .
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tion will be devoted. The receu(tdiscoveries and
Simprovoements in this science will be sought alter wiilh
aVjdiy'aad .urged 4pot, the attention of those engageJ
iuthis ufsefal occupation with a zeal and energy worthy
"*R.f.oq high pnd honorable a pursuit.
: n its political character, tle Courier we'll be "Whig
.6t't t1he. b ck,bogue." In taking however, a decided and
.o4" ta.a d in politics it will never descend to low
lurdpoiaLior party abuse, but upon all the great ques-
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:OJpgosfd to thoae- with whom we have heretofore done
bhalttiewe'. shajl freely sacrifice old connections for
o' rr..r.inoiples. We look upon the Honorable
, KN*u]i ,'C2-]4^, of Kentucky, as the proper ex-
p"Bftnt~o'iate principles of the Whig party; conye-
rfuanl, in placing hi'ii name at the head of our eol-
umalR.the,,rost suitable candidate for the next
.Presaident, we avow our political character more fully
'. 4iani.coug- ld in a long arid elaborate article devoted
t te ,ubj, ect. 'We shall therefore raise the banner
(E Y CLAY., of Ky., for Presidlent, and
:' IrrteJOHN D V.tS, of .Masa., for Vice President.
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Franklin Superi:or Court.
Henry G. Guyon, assignee, &c. To James C Boote
Vs. and others.
James C. Boote.
AKE NOTICE that I have this day filed my
petition of forclosure of minortgage on tht- north
easily half of lot No. 5, in square 15, in the Ci y of
Apalachicola, said t mortgage being given by you to
JOIIN H. McKNIGHIT, on the 15th day of June,
1841, to secure the sum elf seven litindred and forty-.
two dollars and eilleeil cemn-. "'Cilt Script." and by
him assigned to mne i llie 7rli .MI ircli, 1 :. .
BROCKENBLt.)UtUIII &- 1-\\VKINS,
Apalachicola, March 10dll. 1843 mol 4Ii.ow
. u _e
Olive, in basket,
Paregoric, in vials by dz.
Spirits Lavender, comp.
Specie and Tincture
Sugar of Lead,
.' fin 1 oz. to 24.
Vials, all sizes,
3uHr; a0na1Mriao pyV4 fi according to law.
BRO9 CKENBROUGH & HA\WKINS,
Alttorn?;s .fr Plp:'s.
Alpal:ichicola, Feb. 1st, 14:3. nill 3",1
Franklina Superior Courl.
lcollt, McKesson & Co., Attac ent 573 5.
Attachmentii 8573 56.
David G. Gillies. .d i PS 100.
T H,. Del'endant :iid ill others interc.-ted, are
S hereby notified of the institution of the above
-uit, and are requited to appear and plead according
;: law. BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Atlornies for Plaintiff.
Apalachieola, Feb. 1st, 1843. marll 3m.
Apalktc ilicola D)istrict.
JACKSON SUPERIOR COURT.
Brown A& King, (
William B. Stokes, sur-)Attachment for $800 00.
giving partner of Stock- Damages, $2,200 00.
tols & CO.
yitlE Defendtnt and all others interested are re-
Squired to appear and plead to the declaration
file i in said case.- Y;ONG4E & TAYL(OR,
Niarianna, July 21, 1843.-3m Aty't. for P/'T
Frinkliu Superior Coulrt;
WViifiamn.G. Porter & Co. Attachment $270.
vs. damages $500.
James L. De Loney. I
SHE defendant in the above suit and atll others
interested, will take notice of the institution oi
the same, and plead accordingly.
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Attornies for lffs.
Apalachicola, May 12th, 1843. m24 3,n
Chloride of Lime,
, Diamonds, Glaziers'
Essences of all kinds,
Extracts of all kinds,
S P ir.ulv.
Hy Iriodale of Potass.
United Stales .iAiarsiuj ft .e.
Augustus Lcflihicb, /
Au-oii \\'iliams and Aaron L .liJdlebrook, t
executor of (Geor.e L. 1iddllebiook.
Y virtue of a fi. I:fa. Lrom Franklin Superior
I Court, to me directed in favor of Augustus Left-
wich, vs. Austin Williams and Aaron L. Middle-
brook, Executor of George L. Middlebrook, I will
offer for sale at public outcry in front of the Court
House door, in theCity of Apalachicola at 10 o'clock
A. M. on the first .Motday (6th) of November next,
the following property, to wit: the undivided half of
lots number five ahd sixteen in block F. front range,
in said city with the appurtenances, being the inter-
,st of said Austin Williams in said property, and the
other undivided half of said property being the in-
terest of the defendant Middiebrook. in an to the
same. ROBERT MYERS, Marshal.
Apalachicola, Sept. 9, 1843.
WA ItM SPRINGS,
MERIWETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA.
Tr IlIS Establishaleut is again open fotbr the recep-
tion of visitors. We did our best to please all
last season, and will do the same ibthis.I We invite our
oid customers, and rwo-ild be glad to see an abund-
ance oft new ones this season. Our charges will be
the same as htretolcre 8$30 per moumh,including
baths, &c'., and we wiii receive in payment the same
kind of funds, to wit: Central and Alabama money
at par. Our Bathes are splendidly arranged-six In
number-each 10 ft square in the clear, and so ar-
r l:nged as to raise the water to any depth required.
The spring affords upwards of thirteen hundred gal-
I mus of water per minute, and the temperature is pre-
c i 90 degrees, just the right temperature for plea
atst bathing-the water i: highly ntetlnioal, and is a
a certain cure for Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, &c., &c.-
I'he analysis of the vater, as taken by Dr. John R.
'otring, state Geologist of Georgia.
Height above the Ievd of the sea. 7931 feet-quantity one
wine pint, or 28.975 cuoic mnches--specific gravity 9,998-
dIstilied water being l,0>0 gasses.
C:ii houic acid gas. 2 cubic inches.
Sulpliuiale H)druo-n, a trace,
Magnrsina, I I 09! do.
I'emperature of the vater. wiit.-r nud san;mpr 9) deg.
)III Ball room will hie openedd even night-tLod
Inllslc en.aedl-- oti.J ro.,ds are m;iade for riding and
.,:hing shall be wauliny oi1 our part to render ill
ill',)ri hble. Htick- rtii ,lailv I'rom Greenville, so
hat p-i.sseners can reaclhi thr Springs without delaV.
d, i rery small price from Madison or N.ontgomnerv.
,.4 ihe o|lpo.iit(on sa-,es are 111ill kept ul). and the
c :rv passengers frequently fobr their rompany.n. The
J\lonrne Railroid rnas within 35 miles ol'tlie Springs
anl a daily line of stages coniinects also wiih Green-
vill So the Snavabnalh and A1acou peoip:e can visit
-Is without delay.
\ny person or pr-isons afflicted with Rheumalisn,
,,r l)yslwpesia, who will isit liiese Springs, remain
,luring the tliree suFnmer inoiilli, and are not cnm-
piletely cured (no ivtmter bow bad a case it is) if they
breathe, and drink Itie water regularly, and pay pro-
per altentiun to their diet, no cliarge will be made
i;,r their board, &c.
Mr. &L Mrs. HucLpeth, will have the entire charge
A' the House, but I shall give my own attention as
,nuch as possible. S. R. BONNER.
t'oliirrmbus, May 25th. 1843. it7 2 n
T of the
COlM]IMERCIAL 'GAZE TT]E.
N presenting to the public the proslectusbfur pub..-
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duty to state distinctly the course we itteid Iloour--
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A. R. ALEXANDER, Editor.
Peri Loo.n. June 10ih. 184&
COURT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY.
Territory of Florida.
Louis Emile Lahens, of the
City of New York, Notice of Petition ,i
vs. i' oreclosure mortgage
Hiram Noiirse, Hiram W.
Brooks & John D Howell.
T HE dcfen i.,jis and all others interested, anr
hereby ntiofied that the above Plaintiff will, al
thle next termin of the Sulemhi Court to he holdlen for
the county of F-rankli,, l'eirany df,rsaid. apply :
the Honruble Juilge of ihe Apal.Ichirola Distr I
for a judgement of loreclh.sure of a 1 certain mortgage
made, executed and delivered by thle above ,leil-,,i-
antis to Lot Chlrk. Presidel of the Southern Lit'
Insurance & Trust Company, his successor in office
Inmtl assigned : On the third (lay of April, in hle year
,if our Lord one thus.-nd eislit Iiundlred iand thiirty
eighlit, to secure hlie piviiiy n of a crrttmin Bid i,
the said mortgage specifi-d, Iparinj even date thieie-
with, for the sumin ofl' forty-eight thousand dollars, on
the following: parcels or itos ill' lands, sihated, lyvina
amd being in llie City of Apalaciicla, and Territor\
aforesaid, known and ileoliiatedi ii the map or pl;i
of said city, as lits N,,. (2) two. in block C., fronr
range, excepting therefriom a strip of land Iour I, I
wide and twenty feel long, on thle soilliwesl corner ol
said lot, (said strip being longest east ;and west.) L,,i
No. (1) one, in block P.. front range. Lot No. (2)
two, in block F., front range; two undivided fil'ti
parts of block No. (2) two, b6unded by Cliesniit.
High, Center and Markei streets, and upon wlhict
block the Mansion House now stands, containing epn
(10) lots, numbered I'rom one (1) tolu ien, (10) toeliher
with all and singular appurtren;ances. The said Boui,
and the said mortgage having been 4-signed to me I'%
tile Southern Lift Insurance & Trust Company. i
will spply-for its foreclosure a, ahove.
(Copy) LOUIS EMILE LAHENS.
By J. & L. BRANCH, hiS AUtorni s.
Apalachicola, Dec. 17th. 184-3 fe3 4min
Andei'ns Cough Drops, Butler's Magntsiau Ape-
Balsim of Life, rient,
Bullard's Oil Soap, Steer's Opodeldoc,
Corl,. S)rup Sarsapa- ." Liquid do.
Do. Sarsaparilla & Soda & Seidtiiz Pow-
Conmp,.Syrup Liverwort, Pills, Lee's
Bateman's Drops, Btandreth's
British Oil, f" Galigan's
Eye Waiter,Thompson's Moffatt's
Godfrey's Cordial, Tomato
Harlem Oil, Rowan's Tonic MAixture
Nos. 1, 2 and 3.
Red Lead, Dry,
Black 11 in Oil,
PI nt Bruqhes,
Prussian Blue in Oil,
Verdigris in Oil,
Sand PaperNjr' '
Glass, 8by l;' 10 by
10 by 14; 12lby
14 by 20.
+ Disroliiti# ;'"
T (E C0-partnership hitherto t-ithig under the
name h yle of"Cilid qIf xErxtj A llCbre,"'
is this day dissolved by mutu-l coisf.i' The ffairm
of the concern wilJ be settled by Doeamd Camtpbefl.
Apalachicola, Ju.e-,lih, 1843. & -...
O'TICE.-All persons h "f
lNr 1>*e firm of "paffipbeVc &A j
sent herem lor setem.ot,, and WWko I, "eTi"
quoted, t0. r ake Immediale pJmiBt. *." .-
jel4 3t DONALD CAMWS
0:117 X 0 2.z1 j-j.
p HE Proprietor oli the above establishment, re-
spectfully inorinms his friends and the public.
;ial he is now prelpr d for the reception of Board-
ers, transient visitor's, &c., &c. He assures all Those
who who may hoeor him with their company, thai
4- W I T+ i accor mm.ddat nsi equal -___W "
Aqtique Oil, assorted Macassar Oil,
pattJ, : Pomatum,
S^P- "" ney Soaps, all colors.
-- in cakes or pots.
< 2 -- H o m e y W a t e r : +
Rose, Perfrme Bags,
Also, a large and general assortment of
Johnson's Perfw ,, J...
FANCY ARTICLES, STATIONERY, &c;
Marking Pots, Garden Seadm -
Fancy Boxes, School Books.
Violins, Blaitk Books,
Confectionary, assorted Papr, Folscap and
251d boxes. q:Letter.
Cutlery, Steel Pens, .
Fislh Hooks and Lines, Quills,
Razors, Cards, plain &ijmal'd
Straps. Black Sand,
Shaving Boxes, Miscellaneous Books, "
Silver Pencils, Novels,
Scales & Weights, Writing Desks, ;
Snuff, Scotch + Fluid,
Macahoy, Ink, Black. Red & Blue
Gold Leaf, Indelible ink.
Dressing Combs, Tooth,. Hair, Blacking
Music Boxes, and Cloth Brushes.
(7 Vlerchants, Physicians and Planters, waoting
any of the above articles, will please call before pur-
Terms Cash, or city acceptance .
SNo. 24 Water st.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1843. re3 tf
x months after late I shall applV i.,
04o-S4- A e m Cor tt of F ran L -
s eueats, leinga.d.eie
ro..e.rira sharevilrbie pdtron3ge.
Raks-V Boarding, Sqv., vc.
Board airnd liodgig, per month, $30 00
Without Igiug, 20 00
"6 per week,kith lodging, 9 (0
per day, .. 1 50
Breakfast or Supper, (each,) 50
Lodging .. .50
Fires per month, 5 00
Single fires, .. 25
Children and Servants. half-price.
'JOSEPH W. HAMMOND.
Apalachicola, March 13th. 1843. fel tf
a.O, L ,
~I -`~- -L` ji Asuityr DEPARTMENT,
S't i, i ats enr e .= .- ^ .'E- -l I ,Ap ril26t. 1843.
:.*. d.i;'A C"ri e wl be"iw'^-^j" =, "Tu ". kOTICE-ls ereby given that this Department i.
Z'hang ...at"" --'-""_, rr-u .^ hereby given- rha, this Department is ready to
Ing .... .,f ,_l -a.. .. mid pe1r, redeem all the Treasury Notes of the United States
'r .year, inva .riaiby k auvalle'. n" -perso
lobtC e br:r wiS3 l be entaleito a copy of -heretofore issued beating (late on. or on any date bi-
bt, r; for a1.over rele pet eefntwill be allow- fore the lo day of July, 184,. and which have br-
..;r for *11.orrer. 11ie, 16' per ee~wl earw
.e ot abter.'-are respecully sol-clted to act as come due or shall become due, before, or on the 300l
J gtYt"iae oieslt.:: day.of June, 1843; and that according to the provi-
? -Edte S e illplea~e co~py"~ sions of different acts of Congress. interest upon all
1the notesherein deserbed will cease on the 30th day
^It0 _.ONblish+, trs. of June dext. Any notes that ma be offered under
W+." -z.i. 'P?- 'this notice at the Depositories of lthe United Stales
Spoaini Nron .agj, ,1843.
,- r. o_'." :* in the City of New York, or at the city of Wishing-
1 "'- *^PtliH'flgi rBEl e lvrane e. ton, or at the Treasury, will be redeemed in money
Ii'],~~j .HlW-A' I.NSURANCE & TRUST and not otherwise. J. C. SPENCER,
'**'*'feSWCAB^ BOntiner to take Fire, Marine Secretary of the Treaurv.
o-,:*e^a .i'fawvorabl @ terms as other goud J RE
~.~.~sahiculkis ipply to JUST RECEIVED--IN PA ilHLE r FOR :,.
1f* JDAY & CO.. Agents. COPIES of Pranii of Valois;
1r."(e" 1Otb, 1843. febll tf 25 copies of Life aud Exploits of Wel-
; "S 'sY lintton ;
/^ tlFc^i^SMesas %d Prime PORK; 25 copies of Bible in Spain;
i': .?-do Pnlot and Navy Bread; 25 Factory Life in New England;
l+:'^ri~ "hiblfbls No. 1 Mackerel; 50 Zincali;
i _-8 b- bbI Mess and Prime Beef; 25 Eugenia Giandet;
V., ,,, --" kegLf Goshen Bu ter. For sale cheap by
Jat =4,1ied and for sale by B. S. HAWLEY,
pA ldlB' ..: vi, I. J DAY & CO. Water st March 29 27 wanr.._
PHOENIX BOWLING AND ,K
T he proprietors of" the .zaiablisbPBtt mi
iioueoce to the public tbat ieyr .h1we fitted UjAiM
house formerly know as the '.IOAlKSPIKIJf,
and that they are now ready for the reception oftheir
friends and the public generally. No paia:ot ex-
peuse has been spared in building splendid bewliUg
allekys, for the benefit of all those who wish to ammo
theeslves at TENPINS. We have also supplied
our BAR with the choicest SEOARS, WiNES
and LIQUORS the marker can afford. OYSTERS.
and articles or REFRESHMENTin the eating liae-
will be served up in the most approved styles, arid at
all ours. Day boarders can be accommodated, at
reasonable, prices. We flatter ourselves from the
experience we have -had in this lin: of business, and
the atleulion we will bestow upon our palroas will
entitle .us to a full share of l-ie public patronaig-.
W. H. XELTON & Co;
Apalachicola, March 1st, 1843. m4 tf
-d& Tw caat
T HE parner-ihip h-relofore existing under the
namine, firm atd slyle elf WIITE & WALK.
ER, was disolved'-on the eighin day of June last.
Tlie unsettled business of the late firm will be closed
bv 'HOm.A.S M. WHITE.
Mariana, Sepi 9, 1843. s16-2m
T HE subscribers ave thi day associated them
selves in business, under the firm of MeKAY
& HARTSHORNE. ..... ,
: -. :.^.; A.A N. McKAY,
+ : :S. H. HARTSHORNE.'
Apalachicbla, Sept. 1, 1843. 89-3m