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"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
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Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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Commercial advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048473/00149
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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: November 4, 1843
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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-No. 32 Water Street, UP sTAIRa, at TIHRE uoiz.AR9
per annum, payable in advance.
ADVIaTi&fSkiMANT of tea hnes or less (twenty lines or
more in proportion) cbns.picuously iosertei at the'
following rates: ;,
One Y ,ear..........( 000) C*,e ,afith;. '.':......00 Bu
Six mWnths, .......... 7 U tnree weeks,.......2 0u
Tnree mouths,....... 5 O0 rwo wekelu........... 1 5
T'wo months, ........ 4 00) JaIe week,........... I Ou
W*dWtice to Advertisers. When advertisements are sent
without any special directions as to the number ol.
lmsertions required, it will be understood thai they
ire to be published until forbid; they will therefore
be continued at the discretion of the Editor, and
chargedaccording to thte foregoing rates. Legal
advertisements of which the term of publication is
fixed by law, will only be excepted from this rule.
To Yearly Advertisers a liberal discount will be made
and all advertisements not strictly appertaining to
their own individual account, as well as all legal
advertisements, sent in by them, will be charged at
,the usual rates.
Xll announcements of candidates for office, will be
charged five dollars for inuertioo during the canvas.,
payable in all cases in advance.
All communications, when admtnissible, (of a personal
or individual nature,) or puffs of new inventions,
goods, &c., will be chargeJ for as advertisements,
at the discretion of the editor.
N. B.-The current oies ot any ofi tlie solvent State
Banks in the the Uuion, will be received in pay-
-went for subscription to, or for advertise;neuts pub-
Ilished in this paper. No attention wiil be given to
2ay order, unless the money or a Post-master's
certificate that it has been reautted, accompanies it
Aaachaidela, Fia., Dec. t14th, 1842.
V6 61)A PAtUON5.
y iT'. Jblbitng-is ak Uetrct frOb the iregaldtibns
6 of the Post-Ojice Department.
isauinttanes by Mail.-"A Post-master may enclose money !
'"in a latter to the Publisher of a newspaper, to pay tbe sub-
"acription of a third pitnon, and frank the letter, 'if writteft
"by himselff"
Some subscriberS rtay n6t be ahiwke 6b t A6 abdoie
regulation. It will be seen, that by requesting the
Pot-.ftaster, where they reside t6 frank their letter
'containing subscription money, he will do so upon
being satisfied that the 'letter contains nothing but
what refers to the subscription. The Post-master's
certificatee of such remiittanee, shall be a sufficient
receipt therefore.


,'Ple President of the United States of Afurica,
To the Marshat o*f thhe Apadibhicola District
1 has exhibited his libel or complaint against
the iteamnluat "'FANNY ELLSLER," wliereo
Lumau A. Phelps, is, or late was, master, her engine,
tackle. apparel, and furnituree, and also, against all
pereonr lawfully intervening for their interest in said
coat, for eaAse of adtiialt., "-iril and maritime, stAr
ing, alledging and propounding .
Pirst, That on or about the fifteenth day of Febru-
ary, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight huno
drod and forty-three i libellant shipped ou board said
steamboat at the Port of Apalacelicola, in said Dis-
trict as Pilot, at the request of L. A. Phelps. master
i Wkid Moat, to perform a voyage from and to said
port of Apalaehicola.
r eond, That said Boat with libellant as Pilot pro-
c~aAed on said voyage and conipleted the Waioe.
Third, That libellant acted as Pilot on said Boat
in i,'oone month and six days, aad his services were
worth at the rate of one hundred and fifty dollars per
month, aid that thereis due from said Boat to said
libellant, for services as aforesaid, the samn of one
hundred and forty-seven dollars. r
Fourth, That all and singular, the premises are true
and within the admirahy, and maritime jurisdic-
itioo of thi Honorable Court, in ratification whereof
of denied, libellant. craves leave to refer-to the dtpo-
uitions and other proofs, to be by him exhibited in
dtiL cause. .
-'ou the said MarshAl, are therefore, authored,
empowered and strictly enjoined, promptly to cite
and admonish all persosonwhtosoever having or pre:
tending to have any right, title. inr-rest or claim, in
or to said steamboat 4'-Firmy lisler," .her engine,
tackle, apparel and furniture, or' to be concerned in
any of the said premises in said libel alleged. by post-
ing a copy hereof on the wheel house of said steam
b,.,t" ,,L.>ny P-llrhpr." and canc1 the :anne to be pub
wished in a newspaper .published in this District, at
least two weeks before the return day hereof, and by
all legal ways ad means:to render the same most
notorious and public, to be and appear before the
Judge of this Court on the fourth day of December
next. at the place of holding Court in the City of
Apalachicola, and also, to attend at every session ,or
sesioasof said Court to be held frain thle and Ithence
oatil a definitive sentence shall be pronounced and
made in said business inclusively, if any of them
*hall think it their duty so to do, to hear, abide and
perform all and singular, such judicial acts a, are
necessary, and by law required to be done and ex
'pcdited in the premises, ad tor do and receive what
*or said Court in that partn aall consider, under the
pain of the law. and the contempt thereof, the abuse
and contumacy of them or either of them in any wtse
*otwithstaadingl. And whatever you shall do in the
Premises, you shall duly certify to the Judge of our
sid Court afopraid, at the time and place aforesaid.
-tpgether with these presents.
a-,.- Witness the Honorable SlAM'm. W. Cam-
Sl.S.i + nACKr Judge of our said Court at Apala-
+ ., .+chicola, this the 4th Jtne, A. D, 1843.

2 KBhlo&OSNABUftG8;
2 15 dBo Sheetings;
:'200 pieces Southern. VFcey ad (randrill stripes
QOn consignments IYAY & CO.,
4pl19 Water st.
G ARDEN SMED.---Just received a ftAP nsepply
of fresh Garden Sned, 4nmbracflg.every variety
For sate .
Mbl8 ff. HAWIMEY, 27 Water st.

SLA-LX --58 lbs Flax,
Y $ale tby

27 Water street.



1C T OR Y.

lames B. kthrr,
Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.
T. H. & C. fl. Austin,
No 50 Water-street, .palacbicol.

If*liclael A Myers,
No. 28 Water-stret, Apalachicola,-Fla.
'Oct. 'l843.
iloore & ilcKeuzie,
No. 32 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.


Oct. 1, 1843.

Drs. Armistead & Creen,
H lVING associated themselves in the practice
,il Medicine, respectfully offer their services to
(u: rjublic in the various branches of their profession.
August 12, 1843.

Seward Dill & Co.
Water-street, Apalacihicola, Fla.
Liberal advances mnadI on all consignments to them,
and any business entrusted to their care will be
promptly attended to.
.References ;
LANE & READ, Boston,
CARY Coa, ) Portblnd, Me.
S. C. WHITTIER, lHailowell,
H. t. WOOD, & Co., New Orleans.
Alplachicola, Ang. 26. 1843.

J. W. W odtanad & Co.,
COMMiSlIO)N MERtCH A..TS,--No. 18 Coriffiherce st.
W. A. a& P. C. i, aiL ,
Apalachicola, Fla.
SL'ibrd advtaices made oih Cotton shipped to Liverpool,
New Yk'rk and Bostotr, and also in store. .
Jas. iU. Starrn
No. 46 Water Street.

B. S. Hawley,
tOLS, GLAS&, &tc., &c.
No. 27 Water street, Apalachicola'.

Allen tu Bush,
Manranna, Fia.. .
',f iXL ti i' tfhe.Courts Of ,'Franktih, Jdeksbn,
WV.iltoin and liVaafitinjt4n counties'.
James M1. WVatsoe,
Newb Orleans, La,
Refers to--Hon. Judge St6ry.
Simon Gre~nleaf, LL.D.
George 'T Benker, Esq.

Thadeus S. Sturgis.
COLbisvus, GA.
Youge & Taylor,
Marianna, Fla.
Chandler C. Yonge, ?
Jno. B. Taylor. feb3 ly
H. U. Wood & Co.
AUCTIONEERS-Corner of Common and Maga-
zine streets.
H. R. Wood,
R. L. Patterson,
Refers to-Messrs. Matinsel White & Co.,
Hawthorn & Woods,
jyl Wilbelinus Bogart, Esq.

Law Notice,
W G'. NI DAVIS. has returned to the prac-
of the Law. He is prepared to attend to
business at the C.ounty Clerk's Office.
Apalachicola, Feb. 11, 1843, feb11
0., T. Ward & It. W. Whlte,
Tallahassee, Fla.
U AVIN'.I associated themselves in the practice
of the Law, under the fimrt of "WARD &
WI HI'E,'" will. attend regul.irly the several Courts of
the 'riddlle and Apalachicol i Districts, and the Court
of Appeals .it Tallahassee.

00 EdBUSHELS for said low for Cash, by
5 t.0 FARRIOR & CO.
oct7 44 water-street.

O- jioilsignmeent
5O Pit CS. India Bagging,
1 0 0 1,300 pc Dkwdee Bgging, f
sale low for dash or city acceptance, by
octt 44 wMter-street.


On C oitidAa.ent.
N EGRO Kerseys, Black and Russett Brogans,
|Corse Bootse and Boys Shoes, Cotton Osna-
burgs, Flannels, Blankets, &cc. &c., daily expected,
and will be sold low for cash or city acceptance, by
ocet 44 water-street.
T HE partnership bheretofo'e exitlie ut der the
name, firm and style of WHITE WALK-
ER, was dioeolved on the eighth day of Junb lat..
The unsettled business of the hMe irm will be c1tsed
Mfarianna, Sept. f843. -_ se'.rr
'TOTIGE-Six weeks arfte date I shall aWpply to'
11 the Hoen. the Judge of the County Court for
t"he County of Frauk4io, for Letters of Administra-
tion oo the estate of James- C Watson, rate of Mus-
cogee caulty, .Geo. decease*'. '
Apalachicola, Sept. 30, 1843.

ORN.---180 sacks of CORN.
Far sale cheap by
feb3- N0a'. 2 Water us


)AY, NOVEMBER 4, 1843.



V Who'll buy a heat ?" .weUya0letI cries--
H.irriet the blooniing and tf~'air,
Whose lovely form and dove-_a eyes,
Can banish grief .mnd soot~R1e pdl .
"Come bid--m'v'htdh is tip fii le,
Will no one hid? Pray. si considerr
'Tis kind and sound and iobnd il hale,
Aud a great bargain it the hLer."
SI bid," says ('ripus-" I wilpf'
A IhonsRno d guinea l ronilr uhld."
"That is no bid air--Jti'R"w -, A ,
A 'litl,ful herS.autt,- witht goU."


I'bid with marriage faith i ilght ,i .
A heart," says Frank,' "with love o'erfloing."
"Ay, that's a bid-that's something right-
And now my heart is-going !-going!!"

JK iscelan V.

From the New York Mirror.
"That man i' the world who shall report he has
A better wife, let him in naught be'trusted
'For speaking false hi that."
Henry VIII.
I have always been very fond of the society of por-
trait painters. Whether it is, that the pursuit o'f a'
beautiful and liberal art softens their natural quhtries.
or that, from the habit of conversing white engrdssed
with the pencil, they like best that touch-and-go lalk'
which takes care oi itself'; or, more probably still,
whether the freedom with which they are admitted
behind the curtains of vanity and affection gives a cer-
tain freshness and truth to their views of things around
them,--certain ft is,'that, in all countries, their rooms
are the most agreea'ble'of haunts, and they themselves
the miriost enjoyable of cr6bies.
I had chanced in 'taly to make tb'e acquaintancee of
S---- ~, an Engfish ati''t of considerable cleverness'
Mi his profe6sM6in; but nrib'e rematikable Ior his frank
good breeding and his abaodant gob0d nature. Four'
yeaYrsafter, i had the 'pleasu're'tf 'renewing my inte'r-i
course with nll in L ondo W'he're e *. s flot'rish-'
ing quite n'lto his deserving-, a a portrait 1ainter.-
His r6oms werV hard by bue of the principal tho-'
rouglifares, 'and fromni making occasi'6thal Visits I grew
to 'frequenting them daily, 'ftien 5odining him at his
early breakfasr, and 'often taking him with me to drive:
when'e'r we chanced to tire of our twi-light srYoTl.
While rambling in Hyde Park one evening, I *Meb-
tinnpil fir' the t-rpiiPI h rilg'np'. a sing'rU1aSrLY j1i.'t-.i
couple I had oace'or t,ice miet at nib room,-a Wo-
man of superb beauty attended by a very inferior-
looking and ill-dressed man. S---- had previous-
ly, with a smile at my speculations, dismissed the sub-
ject rath'e'r crisply; but, on this occasion I went
iro tsome surmi-es as to the probable results of such
p" pairing without matching," and he either felt call-
ed upon to defend the lady, or made my ihisapprehen-
siou of her character an excuse for telling me what
lie knew about her. Hie began the spry in the Park
and ended it over a bottle of' wine lathe Haymnarket.
of course with many interruptions and digressions.
Let me see if I can tie his broken threads together.
That lady is Mrs. Fo'rtescue Tittin, and the gen-
tleman you so much disparage is, if you please, the
incumbrance of ten thousand a yeaur-ihe money as
much at her service a thlie husband by whoin she gets
it. Whether lie could have won her had he been
Bereft and gelded of his patrimony,"
I will not assert, especially to one wiko looks on them
as "beauty and the beast ;, but thalile loves himt, or
at least prefers to hitn no handsomer man, I may say
I have been brought to believe, in the way b' imy pro-
You have painted her, then ?" I asked rather ea-
gerly, thinking I might get a sketch of her face to
take with me to another country.
"No,but -I :have painted hinm,-and for her,-and
it is nos .a case of Titinia and Bottom, either. She
is quaiteawarerhe is a monster, and ranted his picture
fora reason you would nevei divir. But I must be-
gin at the beginning; ,
"Aftelt yo3t i-f meIinn Irtly, I waseriployed by thie
Earl of- to copy ne or two of hbi favorite
pictures in the Vitican, antd that brought me rather,
well acquainted with her son. Lord George *as a
gay youth, and a very look-and-die' style of fellow;'
and as Mduch froth admiration of bhis Ueauty all adt-
thinig else, I asked him to sit td Aie, on our retiltt to
London. I painted him very fantastically, in an Al-
banian cap and oriental mnorning-gown, and slippers,
smoking a marghile,-thle room iu which he satin by
the way, being a correct portrait of bhi own dent; a
perfect musedul of luxury. It was a pretty gorge-
ous turn-out in the way of colour, and was severely
critcised, but still a good deal noticed,-for I sent it
to the exhibition;
"I was one day going to the Sbmerset-House,
when Lord George hailed me frb'ii his cab. He wisfi-
eti to suggest some alteration in his picture, or to tell
'me of somn criticism upon it, f forget exactly, what;
ibut e went upiogether. Directly beforC the por-
trait, gaznm. at it with marked abstradtidon, stood a
beautiful woman, quite :Alone; and as she occupied
the only point where (Ihe light was favorable, we wait.
ed a moment till she should pass an,-Lord Gedrge,
of Course rather' disposed td Ohrnk from being re-
cogniaed as the original. The woman's interest in
the picture seeirted rathlier to increase, however, uand
wtat wirth variations of the pidtire of her heald, 1drd
pulling at her glove, tnd other fenale indications of
restleesness and enthusiastn, 1 thought I ,was doing
her rio injustice b' furtnffg to iay c Otnpanion with
a co'ngratulatory srdile.
"It seems a case, by Jove !" said Lord George, fly-
ing to look as if it was a nfatter of very simple oc-
currenee'; aind she's as fine a creature as I've seen
this'ason El, old boy ? we nust runidowna a'nd
see' here she burrows-and rth'em's nobody wrth her
'y good luck."
"A party had entered just then. and passed be-
tweed her and the picture. She looked annoyed. I
thought, but started forwvaYd and borrowed a cata-
logue of a little girl, and we cotad' see that she turn-
ed to the last page on which the portrait was onum-
btered, with, of course, the' name' atd address or tb'e
paiuter.-She made a memorandum on ope of ier
cards, and left the house. Lord George followed,
and i too, as far as the door, where I saw her get m-
to a'very stylishly appointed carriage and drive away,

SHave you looked at m) husband's potrai" since
jyu finished it !"slle asked.
"No, iudeed!" I repTed rather hbatiiy-biut im-
rmeditety apologizedL.
"sh0 if I had not been certain you would nol ,'
she said with a smile,. 1 should b'ave reduertled Ift,for
(I wished you to forget 'it, as far si pogsiile. And
BnoW' let tme tell youwi rt aY want of you! Yon have
.got, o&' canvass, a likeenesi of Fortescue as the world
sees hfm. Since taking it, bowever,-6h'u have seen
him tn-e intimately, and--anl-like His f~a&m better,
do yolVnot ?"
'" Certainly certa1W)!" ~atieinred, in alrsinceri-

". Thank you'lf' IftntSa&ke not., th'en',-;iou d op,
when, thinking of imn,, cdll up to yotur i'mid .thil

"follbwe.l closely by the cab of ny friend, whom 1
had declined to accompany.
You wouldn't have given very heavy odds against
His chahce, would you?" said 8----, after a rhomeut's
iluse." I
No indeell !" 'I answered quite sincerely.
Well, I ivws at work, the next morning glazing a'
picture I had jtst finished, when the servant brought
Up the card of .'Irs. Fortescue Titton. I chanced (b
be alone. so the lI;ly was 'sholin ia bbhe 'ihto rny
painting room, anid lo! the irwconita of Somerset-
HIouse.--The 06ldt 'thiclens, thought I! 'She satr
down in my subject chair, and. faith! her beauty
quite dizxled mie! Her first sihile-but you have
seen her, so I will ndt bore ybih i'ith a description of
her. I
Mrs. Titton blushed opnI)EI, it.Lr errand to m,%-
"rt rmiquilring ir war the p-ti-er of No. 403 i-tl7'tW
Exhibition, and saying some Ivery pretty things about-
the picture. I mentioned that it wivs a portrait df-
Lidri George -.''.. (for his uaine was not in the
catalogue,) and I thought she blushed 'till diore con-
fusedly,-but that I 'think nbw, was fancy, br alt any
rate had nothing to do with feeling for his lo'rdship.
It was natural enough for me to be tnistaken, for she
was very particular in her inqUities as to the costume,
furniture,and little belonging's of the picture,, and
asked me ambng other thlhga, whether it was a 'flat-
tered likeness;-this last question very pointedly,
She arose to go. Waits I at leisure, ahd cold I
sketch a head for her, and when?
I appointed the next day. expecting of'cou'rse that.
the subject was the lady herself, and scarcely sltept'
with thinking of 'it, and starved myself at breakfast
to have a clear eye, and' a hand wide awake. Anll at
ten she came, with her Mr. Fortescue Tittou! I
was sorry to see that she had a husband, 'fOr I had
indulged myself with a vague presentiment that she,
was a widow; b'it I begged him to take a chair, and
prepared the platform for my beautiful subject.
Will you take your seat?" I asked with all my
suavity, ,When my palette was ready.
My dlear," said she, turning to her husband and'
pointing to the chair,'Mr. S-- is ready foryou.'
I begged pardon lor a mnomeft, crossed over to
Verey's and bolted a beef-steak! A cup of coffee,
and a glass of Curacoa, and a little walk round Han-
over Square, and I recovered from the shock h little'.
It Went very hard, I give you my word.
"I returned, and took a look, 'for the first time, at
Mr. Tutton. You have seen hinm, and have some
idea '6f walia his i6rtrAit might be considered as a
pleasure to6 te a'rtisr,;--hat it might 'iompiie, I
should 'rather say, 'for, after ll, I iitimatet'ly en-
joyed workTtg at it, quite aside from the presence of
Mrs. Titton. It was the ugliest face. in the world,
but 'full of good-nature; and as I looked.closer into it
I saw, among its coarse features, lies of almost fem- I
inine delicacy, and capabilities of enthusiasmi of'
which the man himself was probably uuconseiuus.
Then A certain helpless style of dress was a wet blan-
-.pt tn) 'iin R;t,. I m c_ .; ... _-41. T snunose fiL
qualities had never been needed on the surface. His
wife knew them.
From time to time; as I %orl'ed, M'rs, Tiitun came
and looked over my shoulder. With a natural desire
to please her, I, here aod there, softened a harsh line
and wits going on to flatter the likeness,--not as suc-
cessful as I could wish, however,'fior it is much easi-
er to get a faithful likeness than to flatter without
destroying it.
"" Mi. S-- ," said she, laying her hand on my
arn as I thinned away the lumpy rim of hi's nostril,
*' 1 want first, a liter'al copy of niy husband's features.
Do it with a bold hand and spare nothing, not:even
the fealule you ,etre endeavoring to embellish. Sup-
pose, with this idea, you take a fresh canvass '"
Thoroughly my.;atied by the whole business, I did
as she requested; jadd, in two silrings,r made a like-
ness of Titto -Ahiclh would have given you the face-
ache. He hlirugged his shoulders at it, and seemed
very glad when the bore of sitting was ewei, but they
seemed to understandd each the-r very. well, or if not.-
he reserved his questions till there cbul beh ito re-
straint upon the answ er. Hesiemed a 'fapiial fel-
tow, and i lied him exceedirin.ll :
I asked it I should fr"te tIe piCeture aud sAea it
horie? No! I ~as:to doneillier. If I would be kind
enough noti to sbo* it, nor to mention it to any one,
and come the next day and dine with ahemn enjamille,
Mrs. Titton wouldM eel very much obliged to me.
And this dinner wao iblloed up by breakfasts and
lunches and suplpers, and, for a lifrtnight, I really
lived with the Tittons-and a pleasanter people to
live *iti by Jove; you havetf't siba it all your trateli,
though you &re a picked mAidi 'f countrE i i
1 should mention, by W ,6y'. lhat I wis always
placed opposite TItlod at table, and that lie was a
good deal with ie; one way and anothe-, taking me
dut;- ;a you do, tff a stroll, calling and silling with
mne.when I was at work, etc. And its to Mri. Titton
--4fl did not mistrust your arricre petse, I loult en-
large a littleon my dtriniacy with Mrs. Titton '-But
believe me when 1 tell you, that, without a ray of flir-
tation, we became its cotily iulinitle as brother and
sister. -
And what of Lord George; altl this iime ?" i .-
ked. -
"'Oh, Lord George !-Well, Lord George of
course hadno difficulty in irtking MBrs. Tition's ac-
quaintance, though they were not quite in the saie
circle, and he had been presented to her, and hid
seen her at a party or two, where he nianaged to be
invited on Ipurlose-but of this, for a ihile, 1 beatd
nothing. Shie had not yet seen Hinm iil herdi'n hodse,
and I had not chanced td encounter him. Bot let me
go on with any story. .
Mrs. Tittodd ent fo'r me to come to her one morn-
ting rather early. I lound her in Her boudoir, in a
neglige morning dresS, and looking adorably beauti-
fit-anld as pureas beautitlil, you smiling villain i
She seemed to have something on her mfindl about
which she ,ad a little etahbarrassed. bu I knew her too
well to liay any unctiond to Inj sol. We chattered
about the weather a few moment; ? and she came to
the point. od'i will Eee that ihe was a *oiaa of
some tdlamlt.-non am .i!

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lbatures in year portrait, but Ia tface'for ed rather af
his good qualities, as yeu have learned to imae their
in his expreaiMori."
True," I said, "very true!" ."
'Now, .then," she contniued, leaiiing e wer to me
very earnestly, "I vnt you to paint a new pictnrq.
and ivithout departing fromn thn real likeness, which
you will have Jo guide y7o, breathe into it theexipmre
sion you have in your lilel likeness. Add, to whit
the world sees, what I see, wliat you see, what all wha
love him see iu his plain features. realize it, spirit-
ualize it--and whithiout lessening the resemblance.--
Can thfs be adoe !",
I thought 'it could. 1 promised to do my i.t-
miost. *
I" shall call and see you as y pror int _.
ube said-,a .4elfiw.
%U pth ur Utrj tr-nts "'t
I want a little of your foreign taste in tile sele'fion if
some pretty nothings for a gentleman's toilet." ,+
We passed the morning in making what I should
consider very extravagant purchases for anybody but
a prince royal, winding up ii'iih some delicirous abi-
net, pictures and some geias of stati~ary-altl suite
only, I sholId say, to the apartinnts of a fastidious
lux uriast. was not 3et at the bottom of her secret.
I went to work upon the new lpcture with the Izeal
always given to an artist by asnappreciatie, and con-
fiding emplq~yer. She called every day and mude
implort.lnt suggestions. and at last I finished it to-her
satisfaction and mine; and, without speaking of it as
a work of art, I may gi'v you my opinion that Tittoe
will scarcely be more'emhbellished in the other world
that is, if it be true. as the divine iell us, that, our
mortal 'likeness will be so far preserved, though imr-
proved '6)on, that we shall be recognizable by our
friends. Still I was to paint a third picture-a cabi-
net full length,-and for this the other two were but
studies and so intended by Mrs. Fortescue Titton.-
It was to be an imnprovetnent upon Lord George's por-
triat, (which of course had given her the idea,) a'iod
was to represent her 'husbunil 'in a very.costly, and an
exceedingly recherche morningg cosrume-dressing.
gown slippers, waistcoat and ineckcloth worn withper-
feet elegance, and representing a Titron with a fault"
less attitude, (in afauleuil, reatidig.) a faultless exte-
'rior, and around him the most sumptuous appliances
of dlressing-rooin luxury. This pictu-oe cost me i
great deal of vexation and laboIur, for it was emnphati-
'cally afdncy picture-lioor Titton never having ap'-
peared in that character, even *by particular desire.'
I finiished it however, and again, to her satisfation.-'
I afterwards rddled sopii finishing touches to the o'ti-
er two', and sent theAi" h oin', aliprol)ri'ately fran'edac-
cordiing'to vtry 'mvinue Insituctio'n."
"How long' ao w'thlhis?" I asked.
"Three years," replied S--, Mtarsing over is :'
wine-glass as if'his story was concluded. '
Well-the sequel ?" said 1, a little impatient.-
"I was thinking how I should let it break upon
yen, as it took effect upon heir acqtuaintanies--fet,
understand, Mrs'. Titton is too much of i diplomatist
to do any thing obviously dramatic in this age of
ridicule. She knows very well that any sudden "flare-
0p" of :eir husband's consequence-any new light e
his character obviously calling for aii6nilon-would
awaken speculation and set to work the watchful
anatonliz'ers of the body loshionable. aet. a e Iiee!
I will tell you what I should have known about it,
had I been only an trdiuary acqqiintannoe-not in th
secret, and not the pointer of the picturess .
"Some six months after the fn-lsin'rj of the last
portrait, I was at a large ball at their house Mrs.
Titton's beauty. I should have told you, and the
style in which thily lived', anil V'ent possibly a little of
Lord George's good will, had elevated them front
the wealthy and respectable level of society to teO
fashionable and exclusive. All the best people went.
there. As I was going in, I overtook, at the head of
the stairL, A rery clever little widow, an acquaintance
of miie,, and she honoured me by taking my arm ad
keeping it for a i)rominade through the rooms i a e
made oar bow to Mrs. Titton and strtdied icr'Oss The
reception room. *Where the luust tomspjieouirobtoe
dead facing us, imth a flood of light upon it, Uaa^S
Oir't veraciods poi'raRt of Titton As I wair nt
known a;s the i;itist, I indnlged. myself in some coei'
monpaee exclatnmatins df horror. .
Do not look it that ," said the widow, "yoa i11l
distress poor Mrs. Tiuton. What a qtni that lef'er
husband of hers must be, lt insist on exposing siiNli
a caricatu-re !"
H-ow. insist upon it" i ns8e~lM
"' Why, have you hei 4t ie oa oine i her boa2
dtiir? tbi'e liitlh me ''
Wee maie our way thrireohli te arpirtmenn IJ
the little ret-rat lined with silk, which was the rmora-
ing plunge bf the fair mistress of the house. T Iere
was but one picture, with a curtain dri*d carefully
across iit--m second porjit it! We sar down.op the
luiu;fi;u- euslibos, and Ile widow went off io a
discussion or ii aind the origrrl. pronouncing it ,.
perfect likeness, not at all jIaEiered, aid very seod
begging me to redraw tle curtain, lest e aliotild be
surprised by Mr. Tiltih himself.
"' And suppose we were T" said I. ,
VWhy, he is such an oddity !" replied' the widow
loneriig her tone. "They say that in this very
house he has a suite ot apariitneniim etiiirl-13 I0 him-
sell; furnished with a iste i~md luxury really wonaier-
ful There are twro "Mr. Tilttots, Hy dear trend !-
one a perfect Sybarhe, ver'y elegant iu his dress whed
he chooses to be, elecessi'ely accomplished and fad.
tidious and briliatlt and fascinatitig to a degree--
(Aand in this character *he3 say. hie wo hiM auplsa
creature for a wife,) and the otler .Mr. 'rMt. i s
thb soRenly monster that every body see'! Iin t it
odd ,
Qneere enough !" uald I, affecting great Maoseusa
meat; "pray, have you ever been iti-hese ryaameri-
o'us apartmentss"
'. No! !they say ouly hisi wife and txmiwft apd
one confidedtial iervant eer paused the threold:
Me. Tilton don't tike to tak albo ut rt huiro
would think she eou'dcarcely object tI ?ieih B Jbd'
beiitg tlbu'glgt better of,-It's pride on his pli--sheer
pride-and I understand the feeling very well! Hfe's

a very superior man, and he has mad up his nfim'
thaft the 6brlaf tiaks him very awkward and ugly,aod
he take' a pleas9te in showing ithe World that hj
don't care a rush for its opinion, wnd has resoa"if*
quite sufficient w fAi'n himself. That's ith r~on
that atfroci6o' portrait is hung np in the besi &tom,
and this good food 6ing e covered up with a curtain !
I suppose liv wou'dn't be bhere if he could have h
own way, and if his wife vas't so much in Jove wth
hun !"
S MThs, I assure you4," d S-'--, "is the im-
pressino thromlhout tbeir circle of acquai.ta,.e.
The Tiltons'the'eneieFes tn'aintai a' complete since
on the subject'. Mr. oWtmeseue Ti'ttoh is coasiddreEd
a inery accomplished n an, with' ai verr rroude and
veil secret contempt I o1 ti're opinion, N oTne word--
dressing badly on purpose, silent and simple by dslign,


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1n*sIaly cring to show himself in his real character
tdfijibeaukltul wie, whbo is thought to be complete-
ly 1I love with hin.t, and quite excWqaWUe for it! Wh*s
SoIou think of the woman's diplomatic WfleItts ?" "
"I think I shotnld like to know her," staid I, "'bnt
4what says Lord George to a thiss I"
'I 'haid a call from Lord George not long ago."
replied' 8-----, "iand for the first time since our
chat at Somerselt-luuse, the conversation turned
ipon the Titton-.
'" 'Deviliah sl*y of you Y' said his lordship. turning
46'min 'btlf ang'ty, "why did you pretend not to know
the' *omao at $omermet-House ? You might have
saved me lots of trouble and money, for.I was a month
retlWve finding out what sort of people they were-
fetlng the servants and ietling them called on and
invited here and lthere-all with the idea that it was a
rich donkey with., fine toy that didn't belong to him !'
*,Welil' exclaimed I-
"" "1' W'eU !-nnt at all well! I made a great ninny
-of myself, with that satirical sly-boots, old Titton,
lfinhmng at me all the time, when you, that had paint-
hiim inI his proper, character and knew what a deep
detil he was, might have saved me with but half a
"'You have been in the lady's boudoir, then!'
Yes, and in the gentleman's sancluin sanclorua !
Aft Titton sent for mte about some trumpery thing
or other, and %hen 1 called, tihe servant showed me in
4-- : there by mistake. There was a great row in the
hohqse about- it, but I was there long enough to see
what a- monstrous nice time tlhe fellow has of it, all to
Ifimself, and to see your picture of him in hisprivate
th:raicter. The picture you made of me was only a
copy of that voun sly -traitorT! And I suppose Mrs.
Tittou dfil'tit like your stealing from hers, did she-
f(rr, 1 take it tlhat was what ailed her at the exhibition,
t.h'cn you allowed me to be so humbugged !'
"I had a good Inugh bntit was as much at the
qniet success of Mrs Titton's tactics as at Lord
aioTrge's diaseinliture. -Of course, I could not un-
dieeiv*. him. Anid tnow," continued S-- ,-very
-goodt'-aluiedly, 'joust ring; for a pen and ink, and I'Il
Irilte a rrtfto Mrs. Titton, asking leave to bring you
Ftrire thi:s- evening, tx it's her 'night at home.' and
xac'* worth' seeing, -if my- pictures, which you .will
*ee there,.are not." p. w-.
LP, ASUIU OF IMA'IttIATIo..-To think of ice
cream when prostrated beneath the torture of a.raging
p o read an aitUhqr's description of a character, dis-
tinguished by many Wxcelletit points,,and fancy he hIIs
drawn yeur own portrait. -,
; To' djpri, qfiuding heaps-of gold not knowing
tegt morning whare to ofid a breakfast.
To fancy yourself the particular object of adinira-
lioa when yo,a#re walking about with a dishrag pint-
na04 to your cat tail.
When an editor slips out some diabolical inuendo'
about somebotdyv, to feel convinced at oace that lie is
assailipag you, and commenece a suit of libel against

To send an -old poetical composition to a newspaper.
with your owua initials attached, influenced by a.des-
perate reaQlpe 1o bta poet, any how.
..T.0, sart-tm! in th ujimorniing '.ith a pocket full of'
bills to collect, faneying,~hvtj wiH -ctne back at night
with a pocket fttll sf(-eank IbiliB,-
-...To be a.Sared tbat a bright eyed beauty is leering
at you, wheotbe y"ung Jady, is afflicted by nattirc
tit p a shlicking bad, squint. ,
.1O he lie architect of ml your -own houses and, to'
v oid );i) inig .4 lanudfpr emploviug a builder,' erect
n|m .aI l' ia. tbe air. '
'.;o open a creditor's uote, rhreatening '*procee-d-
il :, t.aI ,"oc. ir,,g i a t ir .tatoun to dinner;.
l.'p; .rpr ing off a new silk umbrella, under thie inno.
et. delusion thatI it is your own. :
SFlmieritg yourself wit bl the hope efassistance frrm
hb ceri ioi .... ; ,.
,pt.rilo.lor01. XD THEi lt- RI' iED A RTIST.--Jlfit I,c-
tore' Napoleqo set out for eltgj.umn, li sent for tlle
cleveres afrtis4 of bin cl:ss in Paris, amid demanded rlf
Mim wheaither.he would engage to make a oe-ti o..l. ail
t9' be wnrt ndmr )he ordinary dress, which ahuuld be
IbsoIutely .lullet-proof; nwJ that, if so, he migilt
D.aiebhiqwq price for such a work. Tilh. umin niiga-
.Aqt .. .ier the ldeired object, if allowed proper lime
pd4 he nameAl ciglteeB thousand francs as the prike
6.ijL,,.;Tho bargjain.was concluded, and, in dlue time,
.Jtf. work rwa. produced, and its maker ho.noure'd w ith
In iaec9'nd audiencee ,of lie Einlerer. Now." said
.h,. inmiprial tijeer, "'it it on." The .man did so.
...latiQT4C alie itty life na its efficacy', ot will. T
Ii ~I, .hiectio.io d4 Rhe sane." Anil hle
*rP vIbr 0o( p anoda l p 1ep0r4tI to d richiare -rBe
..'T r last br I qispnied -artist.'.. There wl:
.- r:r Crting how 1,.p n aWd.ltl dead with fewu, ,le-
alomf the fire, mand p pt i nfinto credit of his werk,
A;Ah perfect imttmt.. B'ut the Emperor, was not
?i 44 4V 6.al fired the second pistol at
4h.p afb Qe~lrejlmJi^ artist,. and. afltrvsrwarlU-s.ds
ec i'fofi1~tegg-ece at another artl of him.wiimh
inilmar efft. "Yr I,." .witd.hthe. laperor "yoir
!', o.ro.4af .l aWo rwlr. m toabtdelty,,b.r is I
Wi.h price of it?" EightLpee tobl, d frames wae
Ba*lrJs te 4~e I^p .wf '",.Txerc ,suf mdar Ibisr
Inmi, a.i. the_ ero,.," sad he iat.Mhetr ofad
j sNB m,,,fr., bta. fnrrgb I have gi-en, you."
-" *: "' '' ; ap ,A ne .
- r: ,'.W'itht.n, .ircix"'-lNO ..-Ti'e w*ealih of
i oahw o1t Ih r'ph4oi(si .ntibL of ltMexico,. previous fd
tlhe revolodTman unlhh^-i4tiu-y whicli freed I from le-
'lJ d .e on -Bpirt,,, wn.o tiai to'ihtliitjIch is now
BBJ f+ma,,alis dene iieriite C ,so0o,goQ p*r annum.,
fim"-Jland alone. TIhe Cjunt of Valencana waj
osaessed' of leardedl property to the value of about
$89.000 ,000. bsid,, Rl;i,.l' ho lo Ilre. Cg-w ... ii,, le
'.1-tCe '"n annu:il revmeue, of nearly .$1.300,000. Their
ei.r:vnaQance was :s greIt astreir wealth.
'The Count de Rsegl;a. according to Madame de la
Bal ci,yas so wealihy that when his son, the present
;; '.oiu-t wa cl"risteneil. the wlaoie party walked faont
hi, house to the chureli upon iogots ofsilver. le
-. patneas j having quirstlled, with thke Vice Q&i4t
hs t hg1irokc o( retoeciliation, a wile sati, sijp$et
retirely coDvered whh |hrge diamonds. A more cer.

.-- &-- -- ----:

ain proof of hI s-wealtb xists in the ftct that he cau.
d;: two Ahips 6f tbi liot, of the largest size. to be
r ; 'o uei d at flavawa, ft his own expense, made of
S raBgap y and cedar, and presented ihemr totheKing
:- .fpp. .
.C6f.jAirse, tn' te lerhblft convullons of which
*! i*eo 6'har letrtla ae, i, a idefrbinng baabeen dope
S- o.the way qf Irwtoag down ihese veaihhy families
S ut uott ui mile-as might .be expected by a person
-.acqu-ai6ted'`.i.t the fiAti. Great i6equalities mark
ihesocial c6nfllon-bfthe Mreican". Bustamenta.
S w hose name appeartso often in Lt4e accounts from
S. hat country, Is possaeihio 396.000 acres of land.
&ad Santa Ana ts reported to be very rirh. What is
iiiled agrarianism, has io supporters in Mexico.
: A POTATO SToRr.--The Otsego RIepublie-n con-
n tahf a statement, supported by affidavits sworn to be-
: fore a justice of the peace, which we think out potatoes
all creation. Mr, David B. Shepherd. of Otsego,
pttres; asaforesind, that on the third day of tIe lire-
'asrmoth, li he did between 4 o'clock, A-. M. ail fil"
teen minuiee past 7 ,P. "ptill thie i tes dig and
pick .up 306 bushels of potatoes."
SBsTL.E-It loQosit don it, to see girl" as
S lean as crows in the face. witli a hige busle slick-.,
"'ng out afeetl to make them look fNir P


*" Ve-ritesans pcur. *

The office of the COMMERCIAL ADVERTI-
SER has been removed to the south west corner of
Baltzell's Buildings,corner of Chtsnut andl Commerce
streets, over Mr. B. T. Caro's store, where we shall
be halppy to see ourrFriends and the public generally.
Our files of papers- are always at their service. En-
trance next door to the Post Office.
(i V We this daiy commence the semti-weekly
publication of this paper, which will be continued
through the business season. Our next namb.r will
be issued on Thursday next, and fri'om trat time the
publication days, will be Mondays and Thursduays-
this cliange of days has been made -co suit our maiil
arranBgements. We would thank advertising friends
to send in their favors on the days previous to publi-
(Ey* In consoq:ence of th.e removal of our office,
we are not enabled to give to our readers as much
miscellaneous matter in the present number as usual.
(3P We are in hopes that the efforts we are ma-
king to render this paper acceptable to the public,
will secure it an increased patronage.
Q We were unable to give a report of the brig
Alabama, in our last, as the captain had not reached
town when the paper went to press.
The report of the destruction of the Light House,
on the east end of Dog Island, by the late gale, is con-
Itradicted by the Apalw'hicola Commercial Adverti-
seot. Why then is it, that vessels passing have seen
no light, Mr. Advertiser ?-Star of Florida.
We can inform the editor of the Star that there is
not, and never has been, a light house at the east end
of Dog Island, and of course, it is not singular that
vessels off there should see no light. The light
house is on the west end of the island and cannot be
seen ai the east end, on account of trees; and we ne-
ier have heard of the least coml)laint against the
present. keeper, on the contrary, we have fi eqiith l
heard it said no light on thle Gulf coast was better
THEATRICAL.-FRIE.ND HARnT is in town making
preparations for the ensuing campaign. Mrs. SHEA,
(late Miss Blanche Kemble.) has arrived to fulfil ani
engagement with him. Many perfornters of emi-.
nence are expected during the season.
S We understand that a man by the name of
Davis was shot through the hanmd last night, at the
Colurmbus Exhange, by the bar-keeper. It appears
that Davis made several attacks tpon the bar-keeper,
"who at length shot him in self defence.
-07'Messrs. W.'H. Kelton & Co. have-re-opened
their Saloon for the ensuing season.. It is hardly ne-
cc,ilY lu a.y a Or1U t1o 1Inose wHu l)rilato r u j tlt:
good things which were brought before them last
season.-hbt we cannot' pass:ov-er without noticing the
excellent lunches which the gentlemen have com-
menced the season with: They ccannul be beaten
tis side of New Orleans. .... ..
They have dlso one Bowling Alley now in cbm-
plete order, and another is being laid, and those who
r-e faod of this sport can be as welt accommodated
,as by any other establislitnent .io the cily.o
Mr. KeltHn informs us that he will be able to ac-
coniniodwi'e from '80 to 100 noari'" rs through the sea-
s:aon, and.from his skill. in catering, he will, without
doubt, give sauisfaetlion to'all. -It does a body good
to look one of hts Green Turtle Soaps in I.he face.
:y' We-see'that tre Cily H-ote(l is rnoAr re-opfn-
rd., byMr.:: H riiinopd. The-iBse has undergone
a ihoruugIh repair. i nd many eoiveioneoces and corn-
forts, have-been .idle'l Iitu.. o atiet'Iion or indus-
try is walte.om.'te pri tar. MBr.,;FHiLard his lady to
'render 'iheir gi-sts perfrecily aFhmine. We -reeom-i
' nte.d tlhe estahlihnment to the Irblic )paTlrnage.
":; "' *:r i From the True ,Lun,;Extra.
The steamship lfiberni arrived, at her wharf. East
Boslon,'oa WVedesday, at half past one o'clock. :.
SThenadance of etnnn, the improvement in trade
tihe increased agitation in Ireland, anrd the loss of;rhe
vQerland mail appear tiobCthe pri-ncilal m;ttlers uf-
intFtest by this arrival. :
-'The steanter Britania arriveJ outl in eleven ml iy'and
a.half ". ;.^ -
Thle revival of trade was iie theieoAf. general con-
grattlation. Every branch of business had its flour-
ilring glow. It a;,ijeIrs that in the mmanufacturing dis-
tricts all is bustle ani activity.
The Toronto, an .American litier. ying in St. C:atl-
erine's dock, London, from some rukrnown eause
took fire on Wednesday night, but it was ultimately
extingoishedl without any cornsideralbleldamage being
done. '': .. ...- : -
The worst asrmises respecting-the long-louked for
india mail are, it will be seen, realisedl. The maif
and the steamer have been lost, but Ihepassengerdandt
crew happily saved. "

"'C' Ir"-'-'Y~~ -C~.~ II

;The Anti Corn Law Leaoue, having exhausted the
counties, has appeared in London again with Lndinii-
nished force. They have taken Covent Garden The
aire, where the. meetings will be-, regularly held at
short intervals, antil Parliament assembles. Theflrst
great meeting was held on Thursday. The crack ora-
tors in that national temple of the drama were Messrs
Cobden, Brig aad Fos,. ""
The Puseyites have reeeived~t heavy blow and-
great dittoturagerment" of ltte.' Mr. Newirran preach-
ed his farewell sermon on Tuesday last, and took final
leave of Oxford--perhaps of the church altogether.,
It is stated tih dIn ing the last thre r ears nj less than
seventeen converts to Catholicism have takrn place
ainmng the Clergymen of' thie established church,, ind
'others preparing for. orders through lthe infl.t'nce of
the pasey it-e controversy. Mr. Newman's tesignatioh
will, in all l)robtbiti y,h e fol towed by'great changes
in the church.

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rant of th- principles of ,r,,iinoimv.W b4t between Ilie
intervalsof labor ne consulted, what materials on the
subject he could oht miii. and by ardent di.iigean.e ihe at
length obtained the required infurmatioit. An&d he
now beg.n thOe prosecution of his cherished design-
alone. with scanti.means and few friends, obliged to
labor forhis daii u Ippoit, iand amidilt a wild aud new-
ly settled conntr. thii sill)pndous undertaking was
conceived. commnr.rced ad aml iiished. Yes, after years
of untold toil, with countless diffciltte 1to delpre-s
the mind a-nd destroy its hopes, we.belhold from the
unaided hanalsof a solitary mechanic, a work of com-
bined science atl art, which is the asioiishmeiiit of
the great amd leAroed mwf thi. and other lands, aJi is
pronu u need as o-e -of the grandest accomplishments
everexecut-dl by human iigelumit. Such is Rus-
sell's Plenetarium, and we may refer to him.nelf and
his achievement with eqi.il pride and pleasure. And'
would you know the secret of this success, with every
thing. to oppose it ? Simply energy anrd perseverance
-ceaseless and unliring-we trust the ever-ruline
be.icoo ul'fourgrowing American Character.-NY Y.

The Hon. John Quiiev Adams has .T-ceped the
invitation of citizens of -itsburgl, Penn., to-visit
that city, and will reach it pi .bahll about the 18th of

Particulars of th. Irs of the Hon. East India Compa-
)panL's Ste'wn miad ship Memnon, Capt. PowelLwith
'the overland nail.
The Peninsular agd Oriental Company steamship
IHintdostan, Capt. More-by. arrived at Suez on the
Jlitt, instant from Calcutta, which place she left on the
t0th Atkgust, with some cargo and 108 passengers,
the greater part: of'who'm intend to proceed to Eng-
land by the I*ca iin'r.iVriental.
She has hboiighlitir melancholy intelli ;ence of the
total Io-. ol time ev .ig ofiihe 1st of August, of-the
East Inliai C(_',.mnp.y l-,mI frigate Memnon, off
Cape (;ui.rda.i.ia,-i of Africa. There were
onf board 1I7 eiA l Ihoi were fortunately saved,
but some nl' their ,itl('ei- h ,ve been recovered.
The mails are rutirri) lost, and it is to be regret-
ted thai. owing to t.i eir late arrivals at Bombay the
preceding mnimli, Iherr, had been an accumulation of
mails from \1;,li.is ,In'l Ceylon.
The MeNnon-i hs entirely gone to pieces, and no-
thing has been savd, but five cases of treasure which
were, fortunately on d-cl, ;it the time of the accident.
Captain H i'polt, ii-il al agent at Aden, had sent
to the a;sistancRmr f the shipwrecked people three
small steamers. ', passengers who were on board
the Memunon, MI s.rs. F:outley and Crawford, have
arrived at Suezli .n Aden by tlie Hindostan.
The oll i011i.i..-'ltd il.1in of a rail road across the de-
sert is now rii'I-%P'er' earnestly. and it is generally
believed th: ift i' "ll ; I\io. sf on loot, that Mr. Gal-
loiiy, t1'e l,.i'lT c,0o1 ttlr'i. H- ey, will be the man
to carry it out.
The disturbances here continue, riot, murder, &c.
One murder had taken place under horrible circu1n-
siances. Rebecca and her daughters were spreading
devastation every where ..
PnocLAMATIOs.-The Lon Ion Gazette contains a
proclamation from governmentt, offering a reward of
,5500 for the perpetrators of any incendiary fite or
outrage where the loss of life has resiiltrd, andti 50
forthe discovery of each and every person connected
with the other offences committed during the distur-
bances in Wales.
Free pardon is offered to all informers except lie
be the actual perpetrator o! thlie first mentioned crimes.
The Repeal Agitation is going on withll) its usual ex-
cite.mentl. The Mr. Conner who madesuch a tumult
by his violent measures, had withdrawn from the as-
She last great great demonstration took place on Sun-
day last, at the Rath of Mullaghnmast, in Leinster.-
It appears'to thave been an immense gathering. Mr.
O'Connell dernonneid the slavery of the United States:
in vehement terms, with Ihe. request, let THAT go
to America !" It is hinted that the government are
about to hrina these exhibitions to a premature close.
The Times of Monday gives currency to this hint as
a rumorr" To put down the agitation iu- Ireland
n-ow, when no attempt has been made to remove the
acknowledged evils under which the people labor,
would be a dangerous experiment with tlie peace of
the country.
The Paris papers of the 30th October state that the
sensation created by the agitation of the question
touching the fortifications of Paris had not diminish-
ed. A meeting of the editors of the opposition jour-
nals took place at the house of M. rage(the cele-
brated savan and Deputy,) on Friday; but a letter of
M. Rastilde, principal editor of the National, ad-
dressed to M. Arago aod published in the National of
IFriday, appears to have defeated the intended coali-
tion of' all sections and colors of the opposition.
By intelligence from Greece, it appears that King
Otho has at has: been obliged to concede to his sub-
jects what he ought to have given them first-a con--
stitutioial an!i ministerial responsibility.
The sloop pylades had arrived from Clmismn. the
21st of April. She brought a month's later dates,
tmt no news, ,

APPLAUSE.-When I was a boy, I once went to
the theatre. -"he tragedy of Hamlet was performed;
a jiV tmossessig some noble thoughts, and much
subtle morality. The audience listened with admii-
ration and wiih applause. I said to myself, "it must
be a glorious tlineg to obtain this empire over ran's
intellects annd 'notinns." But now an Italian moun-
tebanik appeared on the stnge-a 'man of extraordina-;
ry strength and light of hand, lie performed a vari-
ety of ju-'.li',2- tricks, antl distorted his body into a
thousand srurpriiing and unnatural positions. The
audience were itansfpoxted b'-, onnl htiu nisP'lvp ; if they
:.had felt delight in Hamlet, they glowed with rapture
at the mountelrak. They Iad listened with atten-
tion to the lolity though they were snatched away
from ihemseivesby the mn-rel of the strange posture.'
Enough," said 1 in correcting my forer iipinimon.
'where is the glory of' gaining, applause. or r-ilin,
*rnen's minds, wihren a greater enthusiasm is. excited
Iiy mere ibolily agility than was kindled by rite imost
wonderful emrnanions of a i:raasecendant aeniinm." ---
Ihave never forgotten: the imnlpressions of th.l eve-
niug.-Bulwer :*
When Bulwer wrote this, lie in s, have hiM in his
mind, himself anId Dickens; if he did not (he pic.
ture is true,

AMERICAN, CBARACTiER.-We can recall no in-
slnaiJee wlich mIrte truthfully exemulnjifies the euetrgy
and perseverance of our national character, than ihr
history of the celebrated aparaftus called Rusecl',
Planeitrumim. rfhe maker of this "'Miniature Uni-
verse," is a native of one of the Easteri Startes, but
settled.in Ohio wh-n that state was comparatively a
wilderness; hlis.4ing was that.of an humble mIe-
ehanie. aml hi. selected the then smail tatwn of Col-
' umbus as his als.fl4-Shorti' after taking his new
residence, MIr. Rnsaell imnbibed an earnest desire of
forming a correct model of the solar anId piaeCtarj
system, and the more he ontempllatedl the grandeur
aodimmeosityo)the purpose, tllhe more he was lnx-
ious to accomplish it. Our young mechanic "had re-
SCeivCd but a limited, education, aulI wa, .wlioliy igno-

cilnsim of alnl ,u I bhi| lodril not cleared on tie 270!i
instant, a lic:'., of 66,371 bales; -
01f the past weeok ar';notnt'to 12 .100 h les. of which
7,300 have beon ldispos.d of -withm the pAstl iijf.r
days, tIakei plriipsdlly-fv r Englanrd a nd Franee; ait
prices rin,.ing ffimi 65 16 5 a 9 1cems. .
M loMDLe Oct,:28.
(-'lltn.--Tkfr sales -bl ihr last seven days have
armotiried to, 1700 b ules, at a redfcrtion in price of-itj
on all qialities ablfwe ordinmarv. We quote, orJiuary
;aI4 low ItHilliings :t6o a 6 --middling to .full fair,
71 c. .
CoLUMBUS Oct 25.
COTTON. Balea.
rrreceipt rfi 1 iJe irek eudilag Oct. 21.... .23 .-- -
receilv.l Irvioiisly .......................3494--5732
Toial lilmlnaenis ................... ...566-" ;
Stok on lhaimd.............................. ,--6
ReieiptA to the same date last season...........66-
Piices range Irmin 54 to 6A for new colton.

"C0sIono wloase Rates of Gold.
Rats aiuowed da the Custom HIowetofr Gotd L'ain. ea p aC
of Congress of le., firisg th mlue liAreoe/.--
UIiiet ~.:iies Kagle. uld .inissa.......... ...18, 61
L)o dn do new emission....-, ......19 00
Eli>.nil tuinean.............................. b
Do Soovereign ..............;.........: 4 W
D. .Seven shiUlinv piece................. 69
Fre'ncn Double Louis beforee 1786);......... 9 69
Do Lours............ do ............ 4 84
Lu Dible Louis (since- 178). .......... 15
Do Lris ........... d .. ...:... t. 4 7
D. D ,uble Napomftn, or 40 francsr.. 7 70
Di Natpoleou., oFr0 france......... ....... 3 85
Do Samne as the new LouiT. i inea....... 4,6.5
Frankfiri ar the Main Ducat................ 2.27
H.iInllnirg Duiaht....................... .... 27
;ia la nlnlml, Louis .................... ... 927
Li) Lo[ iia.o 1,. .. i ......; .. .. ..,'-, .. ad..-i-
'D i Denis Loui............................. 33
Mt-xlcain Loiibloons ..........................15-53
H-lllaud Dnuhle Rix Dollar................... 12 3.
Do Rix Dollar.......................... 6 S
Do D*t ...............................;. 4
Do Ten Ouilder pieoa.............. 3 27
Do Ten Thaler.......................... 7 9
I)ort girre Da.to. ....... .....-.,;, .... ... i

Dipr JotanHnei.......................... .0" .
Spanish Dombloonec beforee 1772)........ ; ,Ft
Do ro Di Pistol-..... ...*......... ........ ........ ,8 ..
Columbian Doutbloous......................16 53

Bask Kite Table.
BanLs of South C av#ea.. *.. .............. par.
Siate Bank and BraiHte,tGe,] gia...... pr.
Marinemand Fire Ins. Baak, Saaonah ......... .,pa.
Phwtero' Bank, Saruahb...... ........... pBV.
Mechanics' B.*nk, of Aufusta........ o........ o.,qr.
Brnkt f Anugnta... .................-.... -. a.
A'igusta Ito. win Banking Co... ...... ..;.P.
&runswick Bank and Agencites......... ..;...ir.
Phoenix Batik, oColumbus.. .. i.............. par.
Georgia Railrnad ald Bracbes- ............... par.
Milledeeville Bank ....................;. ar.
.JBan.k of St. .lary's .................:...... par.
Commnera.dl Bank at Mnacone ................. par.
CetIral Railroad and Branches.:.......15 per ct, dis.
Bmikl of Columbus ................... .... ...broke.
Irwinion BRrdgp..................5 a tbr-pert.ilis.
Ala. Si itr Bank and Branches.....20a 00 ptr A.'dis.
Bank of Hawkinsville.......................broke.
Central B:inki ....................10 a 15 W'&t. dig.
tiank of Ofrinulee. at Macon ........ ;. *.-. ke.
Plirnrir' and Mrchbanics' Bank................oibke.
Exchange Bank o{ Brunswick, ...80 a 90 pei ct. dis.

i*l I I--- I la II rat C ~'- -ii I1;II ~iC- ,- `, II ,, '' ''-'~ r

-..-.-.'.-.--- -
If any man wants an evidence of the revolutions dies in Providence having been recently imprisoned fot
which sometimes suddenly occur in trade and coin- disobeying the i tlhia law of Rhode Island, a meeting
mere, let hiin refer to the Oil Trade for one of the 4f the sex was called to consult what was to be done
most remarkable illustrations. Singular as it may in retard-o thle arresting of women for military nf-
seem to multitudes of people on both sides of the At- fences. They resolved th"mt they go armed and equip-
lantic, the manufacture of oil and candles from pork- ed as the law directs, and that a committee of two
hat, (a business commenced in the Western States of' women be appointed to wait on Quartermaster Gene-
America, where hogs are raised in myriads on the ral Ames, and request a sufficient number of mus-
teeming crops of maize or Iidwha cenr,) is stu1r- kefsto pettip-+themnselves, and that a committee 'of
sending the whale-fishery, by proving that excellent four women be appointed to find a suitable woman tor
oil, and candles nm.lt eqialling spermaceti, may be teach them military tactics, that they may suffer no
readily and cliap ni-l'.le ii vai quantities from lthe more arrests on the account of their ignorance. Ift
products ol o, r L.unrtn.,.,L~lis revolution in trade is those resolutions were carried into effect, wbat irre-
signalizedtl y some hii)rus "'-signs of the tiness" sistable creatiresuhe ladies will becoflme- -Theie will
and you aI c1a, e.m lfltiiaQIie. P,.i, over -the doors of be no s'ch thin g as a free man left. every man will of
those who manufacture oil and candles from pork fat course surrender himself at once to their arms.-N.'
some representations of sailors, thrown out of emi- Y. Sunday Morning Bullelin.
iployitent by the new way of procuring oil,flourishing .___' -- .....
their harpoonsat the hogs who are represented as at.- C 0 M M E iR C I A L' :. '
tacking and devouring the whale himself! The ra-
pid strides which this new tranclh of business has -Mail Arrangement. -
maaie and is making, may well sjntiify astonishment. Dtie .every Sltuday and Thursday..........at 7 P -M,
Aimonig the recent pubicatins on this important -C'l,,,es every Moiday and Thursday.....at 10 P' M.
subject, is a chapter in the lare report of Mr. Ells .
wortli, United St:ats Coinmiissiomn'r of patents, "on .Latest Dates.
the lImprovements in Agricultunr add the Arts"- From l.iverpool..... Ocr. 4. From New York.. Oct.
from whic-h we quote a hiief extract for th-'. intorm.- Havre...... 1. N Orleans .
lion four teadiuig 'friends. some of whom mnay not. i
have hiltheito rfl'c.rtvl ,on the effects .ofthe new ele- Cotton.
mewrt of"' lighPt.' m lltrade and cuommerce-- Transac-ionshere have been so limited, inee Our
Miuch interest has been felt in the sulbjct of rilc
from I:,rd ; and the almost d:fily inquiries respieciing l'st. t'hlt tley are sea c-ely worthy of notice. Some
its process of manufact ure, &ec., niid its close conuex- small lots of middling have changed h.atIds;,at 61 .Ja
ion with ithe question ol' disposing of our agricultu- 61.
ral products..formu a reason for giving it a more ex-
tended consideration in these remnarle. Complete Cotton Slatement.-
succ-ess has atteetded lthe enterprise. Several large Received sinree our last..........1,423 bales.
factories for tile manufacture o'f this oil have been Previously....................570
some time in operation int Cin Cininnati, [the greatest .
pork-packing city of Aimerwic.] and thousands of gal- Total..W .....1,99
tons are daily pri-,ared there Ior home conisuinption EXPORTS.
and exportation. It is also carried on at Cleveland, Cleared since our last................465
Ohio ; Chicago, Illinoii; Burlingion ; 1wa; Hanoii- Previously. .................- 456
hal, Missouri ; Iochester, New York; and other pla- -
ces, both in tlie WVesteru and Atlantic States-[and On hand and on shipboard not cleared... 1,3528 bales,
oil and candle factories of this character are being -. '. i.
constantly established all over the vast corn-growing -. Freiimlts ;
.regions where hit erto pork hias been a drug in the There is none outward offered exceptto New York,
markct-selling "'dog cheap," from the immensity and one vessel is loading for that port. E]gasgements
of the slply. by her are made for tt at .......... per
The lard oil is cansidere-dw utcil superior to ol- her are made for Cotton at........ per lb.
ive or spieri for machinery and for the manufacture Cedar ............ 0, per fuot,
ofwoollens, &c. it :an he furnished at [nearly] t.ilf ''o Colunibts............ 87:e. a .V percbl,
the price; .an-I there-fore, wiJl doubltless supersede -
that article ofiniport. As it comitaitis less gelatine Fo'eign TiMarkets. ,' : '
than other oils, it is found rmuch lietter for f c'"liimi,.. 'lvF.rPooL Ott. -3..
wool, lo)r which purpose a- sir. -1- factory wished to Gol'on.--The demand forcoaion Ilasimproved, and
contract for tein thousand ,,i .'i 'omtn owne '."tablish- onr market was. brisk, yesterday.: 1500 bale, Surir
mtent. It is also .lridergoihg Itrial in Englani,; t; d if W're s"ld ai from 3. toL2n per li, which is o higher
it S!Icceeds, of which there call Ibesmarcely a doubt, than previous rates,. .>,
large orders for it mav be ex pected; or at least the A- lrr /li.. n,yr ar ufr of C n.-Tbe salst of -ott0n
merican lard itself, with anvs ltess du y, will find ,a* ot a"I4l..m.l last amounted to not less ttan 2,00
ready market. An order for600 gallons, wit this bes and an. l -.vnce of i por lb was established.--
view, has already been received for i use oi," ciur l 1Thiss s one (of t l largest daily sales that has ever
factory in I-i ddersfiedl, England. It hiS ,iso. hu lier LP i v L. i' ; ...
stated iiithejourunls. liat a gcntient eman ii hn a ta .i ". "- 1.. = rl vt '' '
out a large quantity, recently, oritere'i ftr)ii '1 he wes't. N -. !Lr-3.t
fcr the purpose ofirying it in Englianiasan artii. Of -'. I. ac i y i w the cotton t..r
trade ; andm it h is latv been stayed llhat s.ixte-.i 'a A ctivi y in the cotton -r-
,t"!' ,e lies amnoimt to 2.000 bale.,
,sand barrels have ber.n sent from C'inn nnati or tg Et s to .
land. Repeated experiments, too.i have shuown that, i'e .! -i r slt f 'enc i ndIrke at! former rates.
for the purpose orcom.bustion, no oil is superior; We etr i 'nnr is in airdemand, sales of Genese
* and thie m-ice of can.ile- mAde. fr-,!i pork fat, are-"ad"' at .4.J. 4.a6. Ohio$4,50 a 84.53, alnd
equal to .spermaoeti, may be eventually reduced to .M' ng iu84.5 C'n-n,mn Southern ,ki-nds are in
12J cents )er poi'ndt "i moderate demand, at 4,62j
... .. .... ,, O LF.ANS Oct. .
the Silk, Sugar, and Oil trade in th United States C!: t-on.Arrived since the 26th instant. 9.535'bales,
greaf changes in trade and commiterce most soonr be clearedd in thie samne time 559 bales- nakLing an addi-
producedtl; and if we did not deein them so inmporTant, t'ion tm*stok of 8976 bales, and leaving on hand. ril-

we wonuli not devote so rtiich of oursypace to nioticino
the matter. A'. Y. Sunday .morniig.B3uletin.
A RIVER OF VINHOAR.--At ;s,)rt distance .from
Popayan, in South Arnerica, is to be seen a streaii,
called by the inhabitants ot its vicinage.-Rio Vine-
gre. This stream has its ( uunit amunmu, ridges off le-
vated urmountaitis, and altt ,r o r!,in,. w h II..t is '' ,.isr I
a c-ircuitous andI slbterriieaneous mrssaiue j'm;anyn miles,
it re-ap;:uars at a cotnist e;,ciaby re'iAced di'v.uimftn, a;itl
furms a most magnuficemut and pdi;'c)tiv sq I 'i sCade,--
not lessthan three iirnlh inf in j rer, ieet in height- A
person who attempts to staild foir b,: ititoenmt at the bot-
toin, a;tid within thu iufi etmee ot':tile spray. is imntedi-
ately coripelled to, ab:itdon ilt,,; ,', 1,1 i,,---hir 1-,yes be -
ing trio mtch affected lby tlle acetos.quaty l 'of its
Governnient. which sanctioned thle unceremonious
seizure of the Sandwich Islands by Lord Paulet. is
very indignant thnt France shlio Id h ie l,,tfed th-
samtie game at Tahliti. A letter has been rpIaived ill
Bosto-u, dated: Tihiti, .lure 26thb. bortaining the i;-,
forrmation that the F-rne-h itl "heid inssesaion of the-
island. but that the co,hmnailder citrhe British sl'ip of
war Vindictive, theniip I ~ iadl ,irdereil the Frel:ht
flag on shore toe he ha itedi' I.,w. whralh it- l iqt-.b .m.i'
rtfone. : eOn lte 21lh ofJitin, It-h iis-ell ,1 O illilt;'o d,i-
rectin thle B-riiih s:jj-i:i.i alithe ~lirml to mi rien-
nise no anihoi-ity bu lliiit of tlli' native A(ovPnrniiiijl,
and voiichinig for tire intention of Grear Buiil in, to
preserve the overeigntfy ,f Tahiii ind-pr-n lent and

The following- is ;an '\tra, i tPurin .i article in tlte
Sierfe Lfonte \\aratrfiunan. .ivm an liccomnir ofmaat-
term aH til iiings Iti thlial ciiiiv Ti'- ,if:utnier ol fre r-nit-
ling for thi.; regi;irnl, ithe iih-h'l Wret Inaluin. r it is
called,' issuiirettnes- v.ry II,.mr'rr:. I July. 1-342,
there arrived iii the ti aihrir Il SietPr.i Li,-,)or a ve-esiel
with 184 re-ccaptivas. ,.t'.tIe 'y, 1.d he t ltu ottidine '. "not
from slairw Smli). bijt fruit sil-ve fa.ciorie umi tile landl.
They were muclih pI:'.ml .i-., ,md exhlihited entlm-itastic
joy when the ship came to anilthr. ''hev detriieled
their deHlve-rmitee at hand. I visied thli imititaiie-
ly as they inc-hlioreh; lhis wts at eleven o'clock. :I. in.
AI two ip. o.nOf -mle sarnte day ihee frwverr renot an
offcHr'et.-boarl, hwhfo selected 75 ,irt'r-oi ri4e mosl
portly and w-il-ronditlinocd, aiiil h id thein lalndled
and marirhed dire.ihll to lite harrarks. where Ithey
were enliitrdl ii the regimnent, to be -rained, anid in
due time will be sent ut tdke tlhoi urii in the \\'et

^"-Enmglishl Plihlatiinrnpy. far Shame :for shmite !!
A ng lo, S ax o ,.. -
FRrE. TRaNrSZATIOR.-- A scluolboy. rradiiig CMs-
sar's Commentaries. came to lhe wnrds--crvar trai-
sit .'llpt sumanr tlibgentla, which. to ihe astooish-
ment of his master, ihe .ranslaled-" C.sar crossed
the Alps on the top of a difigence !" Another ia the
satie rlaas tr.mtated time oxAmiple in the Eron Grain-
amar-" .'ewo mortalium ossntibus hm'is s pil." as fol-
:lows-" No t:1113 kmmnows at what hour the omnllibus
starts' ." !-~'- -
A IN T TO Yoote MARRIED WUMiEN -Never telI
yo0tr-own atf.mirs to any gos1'ippigu h,,ut-wml'e. Le
her appeal ever so precious---o since-re-so candid-
be sure to avoid her,.and keep your own ronsrel ; fi)r
:the only reason she has for Itryina into your secret
-for insinuating hersetf Into y,,ur confidence, is to
learn thFut some error some defornmity exists in your
family, on which she may feast inasecret delight lor a
luxurious moment, and then share some of thlie choic-
est bits with her neighbors, : T seasnre this up, a.sd
:act upon ,it and it Willta-ave you tears of inortifim-atiou,
if not of heart burning ind sorrow.
: Baltimore Visitor.

OPI-1~Sl~fC~C~~I~-~~ -CII I '


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.cAg"taiaa I bhe4la Prices Current.

\-~ -4- -~

'A it. I Priees,
BAIee.e entocky .......... per yd. 18 a 21
Inodi............. 20 a 22
Dundee........... 00 a 19)
BALK RoP-Manilla .......... per lb. 00 a 12
KentuckyX;.. .. 84 7j
BACo- -tide".........;....... 6" i a 6
Shoulders ............ 00 a 4j
Hams ........ ,.... .. 6 a -8
BuTTKr-Goshe .......... .. 0" 0 d 25
'CorrI--Cuba.....;......... 9a 10
Rio,,........k........" 0 d 11
av .....,........... 13 d 15
CANDLUs-Sperm..... ......... 30 a 33
CgEs".......1.............. ii a 13
CoRa........... ...;.....;.perhush. 70 a 75
FLouR--Canal, (new)........per bbl. 0 00 a 7 50
New Orleans, (new).. 0 00 a 7 00
(old).. 6 00 a 6 50
uuNownDaB--HF........... per keg. 6 00 a 7 00
IioN--Sweedes, assorted....... per Ib. 51 a 6
English, .."... 5 a 5
LARD ......................... 8 a 10
LEAD ........................ 00 a 7
1MACKERKtL--NO. 1......... per bbl. 00 00 00 11 00
No. 2 ........... 00 00a 8'50
No. 3............ inode
MOLASSES-New Orleans.....per gal. 00 a 30
NAILs--Cut, assorted........... per lh. 00 a 6
Wrought, ....... .no I r.
OiL---Whale .. ............per gal. 0 00a 1 00
Sperm ................. 125a 1 50
Linseed ............... 1 25 a 1 50
PAINTS-Extra .............. per keg. 0 00 a 2 75
White Lead, No 1.. "* 0 00a 2 50
4" No2.. 0 00 a 2 25
Paovistois--Becf, prime..., (per bb.. 0 00 a 7 00
mes....... 0 (f( a 9 00
Pork, prime..... 0 00 a 11 00
mess...... 0 00 a 13 00
clear.... ." none
PoTATES.................." 2 75 a 3 00
SquAR-New-Orleans.......... pei lb. 7 a 8
Po.to Rico.. ....... .' 8A a 9
St. Croix..... ........ 00 a 10
Lump ................ 13 a 14
Loaf.................. 15a 16
Crushed............... 14 a 16
S<--.Liverpo0l, ground... per sack. 0 00 a 2 25
Allum................. per bush. 50 a 55
SOAP.-Bar................ per lb. 5 a 74
SHOT,--Drop..................per bag. 0 00 a 1 75
Back................... 0 00a 2 00
TwiNE-Bagging................per Ih 00 a 30
WXsVKEY-Kectlied ...l.. per gal '25 a 28

Per Steamer Siren-'-Maj Appiing; Col 'Charles
Pratt, It D Darden, J W Rinaldi, A Doings, E Ro-
Per steamer Columbus-J C McClay, Mr. Mec
Kenzie, Mr. Day. ':
Per steamer Siren-lCapt Van Veghten and iady,
Mrs Ba4tielt, Miss Loig, Ca'pt Latham, Capt Floyd,
Col Hugh M Farrlor, Capt Chas S Rutssell. Hez
Winret, again.
SPr steanlerCharleston--W H Young, htdy three
children, and 4 servants, Messrs Lockhart and Mc-
Call.. "
Pdr~,teanm]4 J Y Smith-W S Benats J P Dickenu-
*on, Job Smart.
Per steamer Lowell-T L Mitchel;Nessrs Boi1.
Mangliatn, Jas Niles, ( \TW Jones. -
Per Steainer 'Augnsta-Mrs C G Holmes, Mr,
Harper, Messers CConriery, iMcKinnev, Joseph Ecti-
ols, .lanmeih Kellogg.
SPer scgirJ B Wo'llord--Mr Scliffer : '
Per sehyr loridmia-Mr Battay.
Per steamer Gen Siimpter--Hon 1 'Manley, Mr
Rory McNeil. :
Per steamer Oriole--Mr Sliea, lady and1child, Ml
J L Solomon.; '
To arrive per sl'ip M[irtlha Washliogtorl--Miss b, a-
iur;, .MMA, .tC-Fiirror, Mls, M Porter, MIssrs -* A
Roan*', G-P'orter, C W Wsotvfn, 1i G Guyoni E
C Roberis, A Dolge- IT low.4rd. L it, E .lonr's,jr.
IH H Dodge,. P N .Slronig, 1i) iluilini, J i Atorn, P
Price, andl'twenty in ihi, Atpeerge.
Per sthr Fkterlian-E-ison & RLpe,., M.'lser. i
?e ritchr Hf*ndy-Presrol & MEL'C'lHyi ;
Per brig Alabama-Wi- m G, Puril & Co, Lockhart
& Yonujn, Harpler & olimes, Nonrse'& Stoae,.. 1) .
(;o. W A' & P C Kai,,, Wylie, .lour- &Nl.,r-
Kenzie. B T Car.. Dodge & ardner, EKlisr. & Roapes:
M LTaluo, B Hurd,.McKa4 & HiarsiiAorij. Kim-
lirough,4, Ridgeway; y S HawleR, R -H t;,dieti.
J Ortt.-

...eceipts of CWUon,
Ppr Bariows bolA--J Day "&'CO 45, Kiinbrougb &
Ridgeway 509
Per steamer Agusra-T'lhonss'i Mit'chel 32. A
NVlie 12. ,
Per irnii rr C'oluminus-T- LMitehel 5,- VY A &
P C Kain 93, McKa) & Hirt hiorne '143, HIlaper &
'Holmes 69, Lockhart & Youig 431. '
-' Per stedmer iiri'n-D C Raney hales.
Per steamer Charleslbn-Lockhart & Young 19,
W A&i P C Kain 12, Moore & McKinzi-e 6 W G
Porter & Co 3.
Per steairer J Smitlih-W C Dicknvon s 'I.ck-i
bart & Young I, -
Per steamer Lowvell-D B Wood & Co )00. Moorr
& McKiNtiie 8.'
'Per steacter Gen Strlpt"-r-Kiiibrougli & f R.itll-
way 282. :: -- .- .
Per steamer Oriole-Harper & Holmevs Farn iwo
& Col. *

R i-ar-nL XatrillfNcnr.


October 29-Steamer Lrovoiiu, Bennf it. from Browns
Ferry. "
Steamer Sires. VAI Veghten, from Kroani's Ferry,
October3--Steametr t:olmbus, Allen, from 'o-
lulnbus.... .... ....
; October 31-Seamer AuVusta. Hall, from Calinm
bus. -
Schr J B Woilford, 'Small, 22 days .fr.m New
;; Schr Handy, Post, from Mobile. to Ma.ster. -
Floridian, Browq, from New York, to Master.
fiohr Wilder. Bentley, from Thlomasion, to Master.
Nov 1-Steamer Siren, Sharpless, from Brown's
r erry.
Steamer Oriole, Lee, from Colum,4t ;:
-: November 2- Steamer Charleston, Freeman, froe -
C Columbus. +. .. \
N;,'ovember 3--Steamer James y Smith, Smith
from Bainigridge.
Steamer Lowell. Niles, from Columbus.
Steamer General Suimpter, Thompsoll, from C6-
October 23-Schr Staunch, Wilson for New Or-
Itivi, by Master.
.Novemiber 2-Schr Boston. Bradley, for New Or-
leans, with 9 bales iotton to Master.


List of Vessels i.i Porto

Mance, Nickles, for New York, (350)
Mionie & McK'i-iri!-.
Uncas, Latham, for New York, Nioiorse & Stlont-.
Mariaunia, Phillicps, (379) tlot ew York,
McKay & llartshorn-'.
,Lion, Skolfield, (;338) lor New York,
Harper & lIoimes.
Florida, Crocker, (215) for New York,
McKIav & Ia11:tshnrn,-
.i.. .11., a... r, 1O" INeW t ork, (169)
Nourse & Stone.
Alabama, Williams, for New York,
\Vn G Potter & Co.

To the Editor of the Commercial Ad,'crtstr:
Unexpected engageientcs will put it out ofmy pow-
er, without much inconvenience, to serve the people
of Franklin as their Representative in the next Le-
gislative Council, should tley feel disposed to honor
me with iheir suffrages, and therefore beg respeefili-
ly to decline being considered a candidate for that of-
fice at the approachitig election. T avail myself of
Ihis opportunity to express to the citizensoftlie coun-
ty who have so generously extended to m-e their sup-
'port on former occasions, as well as to those who have
tendered it on the present, tny gratitude for these re-
peated marks of -their confidence and regard.

u' We are authorised to announce
W. S., DENSMOilE, as a candidate
-for the office of Shieriff of' FranklinI
County, at the ensuing election in No-
vemlber next. ,oct28

7~ We are authorized to announce
Col. It()BiiIt i' J. FILOYI), as a can-
(lidate to represent Franklin County in
the next Legislative CQuncil, at the en-
suing election. auim26

u. We are authorized to antoulce
JA E'- GIB:3t)N, as a candidate for
the office of 'Sheriff of' Franklin county,
at the ensuing election 'in \ovemrnlrl



Os' We are authorisetd to announce
(C. J. S t 1'lP'AtI?), as a candidate for
re-ehlctionr to tthe office of Sheriff of
Frantklii ('oCounty. s23

0:Y" We are authorized to announce
WIL, IA.Ni VALLEAU, Esq. as a can-
didate fol the office of 'ountv Clerk, for
the ('ountv of Franklin, at' the Ensuihi
election in Novernler next. oc(t7
Geutlem On-Koots. *.; .:--
50 lolli 'pairs \h Bi,;.n,'i, i. t t a1 nrii-es i "
20 (t*4nlepln'-'sGine F('.d!n e '* wt I,-fW .R -
100 .-. G. otskin Bnortees.
,50 .". Buckskin ;:"
250 affsew drl ard ]'e .:. e.low quarter hbnes
-.L-adies' Fin Pirutella GCitler Rotrs,
9-lI^ l-Al RS tladie.i' Fin ecolo.red ,and black
11 ji:; iter Bootsl, ..
),, pirs i .sidfs,' inp ; I lafk Ijid' Sl-S ipper,.
10 O) : ., :. ". \Vallins Sh,ieP .
1 *' whil it Sli. "ers. t _
variety) oifalllother kinl. for sale very low for c;ieh.
'ms.I an Caps. .
A ();O) $sslrtietorf ftin-e Silk and For-laits ;
also. Wool Hats and Caps. .
Trinvellin Trua:ks.
il i 5 U LEATHER Trave.lling Trtnk,, 'at fall
+W prices -
" ':{ ... '+ -* S?ddlles. ':iT- ... -.
NA \ LL L quantity of Sadd!les, f.tr safe low f(,-
D"y (71 ods "end Ibonm'esls. -
A A ;ENERf,.L assortment of all kinds nf Slaple
and Fancy Good. "
Silk anid Saiui Beaver Bonnets.
90 @ SI.ILK aud Satin Beaver Bonnets, fo't
30 0^ sale low for casli.
Clothing, hir1s, Drrwer~, Ac.
GENERA L assortmepr of Ithp above articles,
and rmany other kinds Ioon various to mention,
all of which will b sol ii at thbe lowest market price
for cash, by F'R NC1S KOPMAN.
N B. The subscriber is contanrlv receiving ad
ditional supplies. from the North. to the above stork.
Nov. 4, 1843.-6t F. K.

Dr. Finchb,

W ILL retarn to Aptilachirona about the 1ftth,
iltst.. and resume fihe practice of his Pro
fesiosn. iHe returns his thanks to' the public for the
very liberal encouragement he lhas heretofore received,
and hopes fo receive a continuance of their Ipatron-
age.; nrv4

N. lliller & CO.
HATS, &c. .
+ Corner Water and Chestnnt Sireets,
ov4 Aalachiola, Fla.

A LARGE asanrtmeni of Negro Shirts and Trou-
sers, just received by
nov4 N. MILLER & CO.

N ITlr'E--The subscriber having been appointed
NL;,Iinspector ol Lnmnber fI;r the County of Frank-
lin, will be thankful for a share of the public patron-
age. H. W. TERRY.
Nov. 4, 1843.-3t -

O, tlic 4,h dty of Dc, inmbcr next, i-.,fr'nt of the Apa- *
tachirolt Exchange.

Apalachkic1ii Academny.
uHE 8ibbscriberwinl opeh fis School on Monday.
Ogrtber 30, and if sufficient encouragement
e given, will continue two teermis, including fifteen



(',..,,';-) THIMAS BALTZELL.;--+'
A-gtf ,i' .i:: .A,aitiachicola -L-iad companyny.
Aptia'-:hi.oMt- N ov. 4th, 1843. V :;-

L. A.tE GAY, -
(ATr T'HE ,Li) SI'AND OF J-Ci.'FOi;.;

S-IT' i h.S tihs tn:-tbr,od of i ,oi'uitin, tji, fWt
that he it;s j!st reit re!d i'romrNewr Y-olr, wit h
a new aod spTendid Iassortmernt of
J EI'aLl lu i It "
ConpiiitL.. int part of Gold amid i !Ter Wa'tctiese t;
new plrterti of ibeauitiful B reasritis--imorl. ti H tici
are some Diamotitls of ile firsii 'ater-+Gi;i'd ( il Sii-
ver Thiibi,es, 4Gohl aidd Silver Pegieii-s (3lJ and'
silver l. i,-:. n '.,l',l Gui-d aid(Fo(bChains,. Silter
pr ... .. IlI.reId CJ s't;rs. 4 '.i, tle l'i A- ,, lint, Ktives,:
C "C 6&c.,,w-;iich hI wilt -.rli I. u ,.ji -.i-d..
MFui Jeweled Gold Wi ltc;es, as towlv a
S verity DoLlaf's.- "i ,* :. ;
All ltii warranted to pvfonrill well.
N. +B. Person r.'-iilingr i'i- Aplaiicliclli. wishlin;"
their iintcli,. another Jeitlr'v- epaiirett. ahtting ai
(ilortilmiit; to Sutdiitlhemn by-tr 'twt*hi'y hanld,-dor-
ing the Uoatinrg seisoon, c-an have ttiem repaireil by
Mr. Le dty; anmd reilllnr'ii. with it-ark ilPe 4nleFi- re-
spaitch as though his ev;i-.14.illi'i'ii we.re in Arpii.ich-
icolai. .-. O iS, 1
('ol.iinbiS, Oct. ,1- 1843,. IM ... n4tf n

Bool nltd SJlpe lmlaklum. -
gy THOMAS CLARK iiviu recmo llo'e.d
t i ta stlore ;f.nrnrerlv cl ui rl I,'
4iB .1It.iwl 'h. ,,litrodii, t. Ir,-pLilm1ly 'imormi-
lfie .h iii/.ni- I' A liic!iiIcr,',i and ihe
tip-co'iiry, 'liai he will aitertdi tl the aliove lciuiness
in all its branches: French Calf skin- Brrtit'mavie to
or.ler. He hia a-to *n hai-id -nl lTitl ol Frceicli Gtai-
ter E(.i'r's ti,, Shlinos. riew.iard fa-htoriahlolc s-le. which
will be sold as lo.w far eash.a-i iun an hl.inis in llhe
city. oct2.

Huglh Kishlli," i
Browi'-s Ferry, Fla :

Conillnnii r devote his attention to' Stonir-ig and
Furwirdii I '.,ltoii a;nd .ANlervl-ialtli,-e on rpasonalle
tei ins. Ihi addit;irt Io his well known Iluildtngl. lie
has lately erected an extensive anid -coimnodious
Warehouse ahove lii2h water tl;ark. '
SBpwn's Ferry.. (Xt. t.M1643" o28-3t*-

Nor 33 7W:'e. '.'".'in-t. l'rkiathiroll.
T1 l ii ;-i< l fTie aT t.I sntzstjl1h their friePnds and
Uiul pbihlc with a 'iejd ix fruii aid Northern Pro-
ti0 ie. t sP.W t- 'tv' b.a!;'5 t i. b -i-ah 'l this mn:rker .
i,, ,f 1 3 ,':..

] (It .i !at' .; .... I,. : is i"i",
*/'< et uiurk'c Riagging,-
,n' co,ii- iUrrm.ii v Rope.
-.s lai|lll i lape.
-' 25 l(etunrky Rope,
ii '0 Lbfis .ipe-rIrie iwts whena Fivrrv.
: i. & C. tl. AUf1'?N,
i'cr.'T-l .'..H ,0 wanei-s#eeli.
.. D. il PHa is,
'.\ .'I I C 1N A K hi R ,
( .,' ,Lui' rI i iof .lfojLt. )
SH%\y deterlmtned to establish
W himsPetf perfn*enlly itn this citv,
S 41A rd-slecItfill y S0lcits ile pat,
ronage of tle. eiizens of0 Are-
l ac hicolal a-iv) the np-eemulir3
generally. He filters himself
" l l-ib',i a ihnruugih and practical
kliwledlie tol Ibt bitsinfess. coumbioed with a desire lo
(rterie and obilini the crnfiJeice 'if tlte public, will
elis r Tiii m sui ci-s in hiiJ onleriakiug. S inp up-
sta-t in i Baltzell's Btlholligs. Entrance next door
i o Itlw Post Offe, -
Refer to R. T. CARO. Eiq. "
',''-., hii,,la. Sept. 16, 1*43. t

IN made arranrgeinetrs with tne of the
isi :and most egXenbiveb S-ddlery ENtablishj
menri at tlhf North. for a supply of SADDLBRY
during the season, I shndll return in the Fall with a
slt4 o04 superior .. -
Geatlenwen and- Ladiwes' Saddl_.
various siyla-and pallerns. Also, Hais, Bw.rles,
Martingales. C'olltrs. and a eewral dtimpply of-neeas-
sary arriciles ursally kepp i the line. i
'ihe suhscriber will also rkep-his suald rlpplr ft
Furniture, Chairs, Lookimg-.ela.,eRS &. :.
Apt-laclhicoin. SPl)l.-2. 1-443.

To the Publte.
T HE sobVs-rliher hiavin erected a large auni sub-
stantial WAR'EHOUSE a. Brown's Ferry.
Jackson cpiiniy, lovtrla, wti receiveantd forward all
NMerchandi'z:"(Ct'6Itoi. &c(. 4'itihe moat reasonable
terms. Prompt attention will be giverl to ariyGoods
consigned in his cai-e. N. 'B&KEiLi
SBrown's Ferry, Oct. 3. 1843.'

,mterci.a Ad-etiscr/' ,a BnsFlsper p6rbihd hi- tda
tri, sat least two eeii beILrt 'beW .v day-
Shereof, anfd- aby 1. l,i -Wijs ..ad.M""iie .
the sae'J m ttortousl a t e -ad .a .fi
before tbe Judge qfjtkijCAo C e f ttbs r~.rrh -
December next, at hr. l iaac hii;.ifi(ni jg', in'
tie Crty of paiewa. and ha i
ewry isesitn of spiit CourI tp b - tied fa. .
then. pntil a dPfnihe siwttme slf i aat -
ntlJ mad. .:n4 a 'i ries < j '"siqt "- aM .L ..

ru~ perf4ormi.- a1l ,ai4 ..sfingo t judil.t els alh e
",G necessar. ai.d bl w.reqtiiri^.#.ic-:d4js and ie--
"peditrdd in to pre s; ndsss -4tIt rte etie it -w "
ofir ad Conn in that f aitu sbpwo il ider VAit a4W
pain of the law anthfisit.ot fre.eti theWiiiwl-.
aind olqnutdmacur nf.l )jtr ri"er of them i lilywiW
notwirthdMuifhl A hieSt lev,'yonaabi dnosv vya. ..-.
pr'cmi.es-you, shall duly eetriiy tr- flie jadge of 4 I;-':";.
said Court fotv'abl- at ihe fmteizidplte uaforeba&t .-
togethler iiih eWls tt.- -
Witness, the Hon.o~h'lTc' A-urt. W. COAxi*;-'
^ JrtidO of iltdrid Cotlrt. aI Apeatiaicf,"
this thei twentf-sefuoiidad olf Spteir4r
SL." *;" in the ya-tiv on4ir Lord ot au o
,eight haodredaad forty-." ?itha oft't
S Iedspepnidetne ifdtrbe ,tnid ats'i the
-smixty-eighh v E:; '
Gr OGO. ',F -ALTZfiLr, dee ,
By WtlMm ATA, WL i -i,.


I I I V -- W"~II_ l ~ -~~


Schr Swallou. Shiannon, lor Net Orleans, with 52
bides cotton to Master. :
Schr John Barr. Hollinghead, for Port Leon.
Schr Wilder, Benlley, for Mobile.
Sclir Nimrod. Chase, for iiMobile.
Nobemiber 4--.Brie Caroline PlhEtt, Rice, for
New Ymlk, with 405 Ialescotttlon, and 60 sticks cedar,
by McKay & 'Iartshlrore.P
October 29-Steamer Charleston, Freematn, for
October 80-Steamter Tallahasssee, Rynear.
Steamer Agnes, Jenkins.
Steamer Siren. Sharlpless. fo r Browns Ferry.
October 31-Steamier J. Y Smith, Smith. for Baiin-
November 2-Stealmer Siren, Sharlples-', ior Browun-

i [REAS. C. E. BAR i LETT, became p- weeks each.
Wi i :chas4!r from the A lalit'llirli Land Company, TERMS OF ADMI I.
on tihe 70i; day of Match, 1837, of lot"No. 2, in block Primary Bri:mches, per Term.:. ..$10 00
26, a, the price of ielt hundrel tsahd fifty do-tars, anrd Hlighher Branches, .. .;...... 12 00 '
di'i pa;y $262 50. and executed jiis notes ,ich for Drawing, Painting, and Vocal Muslj, will be, if,
$262 50, payable the 7th of 1;,' 1838, 1839 and ittendc.d i. ian-extrA charge of $3 per Teor;
1A40 ; Also, ilhe same, at the same time, purchased A deduction of $1 will be given to tUdse who pay:
lIt No. -15 and the fraction adjoining in block C..se- in advance.-
cond range, for tw- my five Iuilrvr'l dollars, and did The Schoiol wvill be opened in the City Cpip6il
ex'i ue liis notes each lor c'3s;3 cts, payable the Chamber. F. TUTTLE.
71lh day of Maich 183, 1839 atid 1840, which :ir'e i paL:;iiahic;,, O,:t. 29,. 1843.
tinlpaid With tihe iniftresl. ". .. i i or Ca-h -
ELI, WELL BlUURISEL'L,: became purchaser II AVE just opened M assorted stock of Goods,
fr-mi lie Aj;iil:icliicola Latut (.ii|p'i,, on the 7th embrain
day f Ma rh, 1837, of1 hit No. :3, hl I. H1.. second Caic(os, C(ambricks, MInslins,
range, a;t iw pi)rie.' o' sixteen hlttdiiid and 4wenty- Colton Sliirtings and Sheeiinas,
five do!li:tr., ;antl id exe :ute his. roes eiaci. tur 541 Gilthalls, Cotton Osnaburgs,
66cts., payable on the 7th day olf ari-h, 183S, 1839 Krvsevs, Jeans. Satinetis and Linsevs,
inud 1,40. which.i're n laidd ;vih) die titnrtlsti. Fliinnels. Blankets, Cloths and Cassimeres,
.IUI BISHOt & o., hecamte pufrh;asers 'rm Shioes. assorted, Hats and Caps,
ilie Aml'ulacii:ola LaiId Comlp;aly, Ot tile 22nud 31March Str:iw Bonnets;
1'.38, ol lot No. nine. in block oneh hundred andl foity- Har-ware, Cutlery nnd Tinwai'e.
nine, at tli, iic ot two ulinidired and fiifly dollars, These (Gm,'s are sold on Commission, and iill.be
aud i:ldI pai eigi hy lthlre'dolarllrs .d tIl htlv-thtree cents offert-d at very low prices for the ready money.
aitid exv tih,- *22d day olf 3,Alrc. 18:;'J ...l I iu, ot .te ol' which (ct. 28, IS43 water-street.
is Unpaid l itli the linleresi l. i- 1 ..... --..---. ---
t- ,j JD.I>..H > .i. -,, -J-,'..*. .; .~... BBL'. Old Rectified WVhiskey,,
)eecamle )(i'lithaser from the ApalLaaiola l Co- ,l i, 0 ts altm iskey,
pany oin the 20tlh April, 1836, ol' lots Nos. one andu 1 'IC4 Salt,
S ~ a i i i 0 1' Iu ii. l 20 bbls- BUIl:imore Gin. for sale low for
nine, in block .U12, and lots five and sixteen in block C sh y FAR RIOrI lO.
1tl, at the prite of tii itholisa;nd, :wo hlnidred ad ari ot R 44 watdr-sti'e .
filf.y dollars, ad did piy. -i...- 2 50, andl exectited his o0t21 -44 ater-stieei.
notes each for -'2 .:,;., 50 cis, pavall ite e20th April, Glass! White Lead!! Oil !1 !
1637, 1838 atil 1839, one o f which is uUpaid wiimi the i BXS. Glass, 8 m10. 10 l 12, 12 ?14,.
interc5t. ,100 kegs While Lead, No. 1 arid2,
V LL I A1 L(\, becnaie I urchaserfrom tlie Ap- 10 Black "
aiachic,,ia Land (Compuany on thil 16th Marchl, 1838, 2 casks RBiled Linseed Oil.
,ol lot No. Itree, ill block sevelente, ;t ilhe price of 2 Comrn. "
seven hobudred dollars, auid did Ip;ay $175, anti execu- 3 SCerln Oil, or(,.crns;ni,,nt, fo
ed his n .les teacl lor $175 Ipayalrle 16tii larlch, 1839, Sale low fur Cash, by FARRI(IR. (').
1840i) .ii 1841., iwo of whtiicI ;are ulpuaid with interest. o1C28 44 4iviter-strert;
CHARLES '. AlM.ILi, lbecaint. prchiaser flrum .Whititarsha & Richardson --
tle, Al,:ilaclhioii L:,iil C.oriiiy (,i the 27thi (d;y ol ILL receive iy next arrive al I large assbrt-
e';bruors, 1839, .,f lot, i,,os. i ight nine and tenr. in, T V went of ".,,Pr. ii li rvi' linle. octr~2
block lorny five, ;fI litprice of teenn hundred dol-
lis, anld did pay :375, antd e it l hil tiotes e.iict. ekagailli" Mu11 ~ 11 lai& t$yOe.
or a 5, I|yable i thile 27th Feblritary. i40, 1841 [ ALES tmlIti-y Bn- ii, .
Srtid 1842, all of whichI are iliipid wllh the interest. 10 India "i
A MBR OSE iNOi \ became ipurllaser from the 20 coils Manhilla, Rope., .
A p.iachicola Laiid Culin;lpay uot liie 161lziMarch, 18: 75 Kent tcky "
38, of lot No. iioei, i block eleven, at theie price of( 40 Sisal jst received on col-
o!te ll ousanld dtillairs, aiid did pay 21,ii ild ex-,cuted signment, for" sale by
ins notes each for $5(>, pIayable ile 16ti .in>relici ,18- McKAY & IIARTSHORNE,
39. 1840 aind 1841, all ol whllch :ire unlIaid with the oct28 .4_ 4 water'- iierest. aiNiis! Nails
C11ARLES iMcKlNNEY, became pItchaser 'PEW KEGS Nails, issofied sizes, for s;le by
from the Apal:uc-icola Land ltoin)atal,, oil tihe 22nd ,\ li, XY & [I-ARTSHORNE,
daly of Aliiy, 1838, of lot No. eleven, li.... k1 B, second octl28 40 water-street.
rang, loronl' Ieloisaitid five hundred doiiars, anwd did ( Lever L604k4.
pay 375 aiI cxexciited ;iis iioles a ci for $375 p3 yCC- C rs I' ,.tl.' ly' requested to cidi
rile the r i22 b tiay 4,) Miy, 18.39 1 4)lndl 18l, w 1t..i "'i No. 33 -Water-slreet, atid examine samlnies
,Ire uill.aiil wilh interest. ol ite LEVER LJOCKS. a lte ite ntiou, atd far'
JOHN '1'. M:l i i1CK, th.ir e pmrchaser from the ierior to ALV LOCIk b a e ino.and r
Apalachicola L,,nd Conpany, oil i ie 20i h day ol sUleHriorIto any ik & RInsCHAR SON
April, 1836, of lots one and two, block twenty-eight, Agt's foir the Boston Lever Lock Co.
for one tlouiand eight hitihicd arl lily dollars, an did pay $462 50, and exet uldcd his inoie.,. each for Ap Oct. 28, 1843.
$462, payable the ali20 tiday oi AprI,, 1837, 1838 ToLibceo.
andt( 1839, whicli ;ire ui|paid -with 1lie illterest. BOXES Tobai:do, various brands, on con.
JAiES S. CALOUUN, and (JAli'LLE i. "-F.:imerit, l0n"r sale by
BASS, became pur.hliasers 'roin tile Ap)dilaclicolia .rl.'" % V r.t f4 A R.TSi-TTR" N',-
Land ( :'mlpanv iu Sel;ieinbt-r 1836, ti.lots No. nine oct128 40 waler-stleet.
and.twelve in bIlock F, firfsilitge, a i.te i price of fit-
teen humidred dollars, and did execute heir notes or Caigh
draft for lfll' anile,, which is unpaid witvi lthe interest. M C '4 C A N T TA L O1"R S
AND WHEREAS. by the agreeinnts made with (Opposite tee Aptlachicola :Er-ictiie,)
said parties, it was fully lidercstood thai in case of tail- : entire Street,
ire to pay said notes, the said company should be at oct2l ; : 1 A palachicol.i, Fla.
liberyio sell., Aud it is further unrnestood that it ':olee. -
thile said (purchasers naued) shall tlaii,to pay eithciror i -BAGS Ril-ol,,tiie. just received on con-
the.sati Ioies as they respectively io said co inliny shall lie at liberty, on giving thirly daiy's It'KAY & HA sRTSIHORNE.
notice in a pub!ic giazelte, published iti Apaicltiicola, 40 niler-stlr'.t.
to ri' sv.ll said lots,, at tile risk ofi said (!pilichaser a It
Ined) isr ije, tbetnefit ilf said colipanl,asld il" alry sirt- fperrun CanadlteS.
plu~remaifni alter paxitg oh saild noie en tut a r. BOXePS Sperm Ca"dles. New Bepdord
lots, and ;all cost., anid ex ?peise, lie ;aile s al be palii a '.ir.n. s'ow ; .in-_ I tR. tIr snle hy
to sai.i (ldu-iaser nltaied) or Ihis legal leprespniatives. .1iiCKA 1 IA r ITSHORNE.
-". And, +wtvireas, said parties i, ..- 'fatd to I pay sv d 40 uater-act;
, no.t'S r i -ict' tio ( rcjie d : Now. thle said cor- SI, tt. ;i&d Cliheese.
pqrs tio e of-. tite 4 d ..4 quf iiv
r narI, will .JXopo-e e i s.s ...i. .it al ., .. ,, i / ,-t e. j received ,,n ,Hii si n-
fit fo, ii ti liie Ap hic ia lx. ,.6d city. no .:-n;. I-rr>-,'' '*. rkAY & H \ R'ISHO RNE
the 4th dlay f' i)ect mbetri exi, itelwv-tc!r ihe Lioiirs of ., : 40 rtei'-sireel.
ten o' p;y up ite tinotesdue thereon, initerestt.o s aLtl: Ili." ." a(b ,i't-li iA &. Ri4l; i. SOt,
_~ ~~ ~ ~ "a : t=.; Lf '. 1 '11 [L '0 .i 2 ,AN' I if-L,i.'-I,''' *rl'll,'l^ltdP D ,

"Apalrchteold a PaCItet" .- =. -... zfe

Ship FLORIfi AN, William ,Ptt jifA;. ,
Ship UTNCAS, J. W.-Iatihami, Mustir.
Ship M:MBIEEMN, A. i. DerlMge : -
Brig MANIAdjTkA, Wit. H. Dowa, Mhiteer'
Brig ANN E hl-iA,CP H: Maliory,$.,Mia er. M + e
Brig 'METAMORA. II} Arbly, Misler. "
These vessels are of light d-augih -I"fwater, buil4
eiprtssly for th( trade, or the bsi-t rdamerials, copper.
fastened, and oppered, wiillh hnndt& .iiomhmoda-
ionris; and will sail lmtiuol uUy ti advertfaet. *tqthe'
da.? of sailing alrif on Sunday, the -ship will sil W tt
tile Mondnl rolliwinlg. ThI prir'ei"l'passage i 440(
without lirluor.. All goods forwarded to he subwse
bers itll 0 e'sbhippedl free of commission. ':
p -.. ,DIIHURLBUT & Cr.
New York, Septi 1, 1843. 84 outb..trret.
For New ork--ar i Llhd "-
: T-IE A I coplpered snd ltoipei Ihstened
tkg Packet Ship MARIANNAi, J4 Philldi,'
master, will sail with despatch. PFot'eil i
or passage, apply to the Master otn roard, or t
Socrta8 40 water-Street.
For NeW York.
(ToJollow the Carolirne E. Platt.) '
i^^ TIHE 'Itegular Pabko t Brig FLORUIDAS;
'i Ci ,ii kL -, ".. i.". -~ .i- ay t' t receive
Ilel"-hl,l d itI ill have dispatch or the
above port. For fridight or passage. :14ply tu
sept30 40 water-streetI .
JbSLor Rent;
T'rWO FRONT OFFICES, in the sec2
oi ,l MriilT f tore: No. 44, Water-street.
A'ply 4o -
oet7 .- 'A ltlp & CO.
Pilot Br,?ad. -
2 "'i13 BrS. Pilot Breail, just received on co-
^r rsignmriii. for sale by
oct28 40 water-street.
/i- BARRELLS Canal Flour,
4 4 ?20 -f" just received
sitidtr sale by McKA'i7 & I'HARTSHORNE,
ot8 40 water-street.,'
Brandy and Gin.
HALF pipe Cognac Bra,tdi
5 eighth tasks ',
1 pipe o-nland Uin, S.lperieJr l'. l, for sale by
oct28 ; wite'-street. I

'To !the Marshal of said Distict, freetr ingi
V V exhibited hii, lhel or complaint agfihlll the
Schooner A LLIGrTOR," whereof Thomas Lewii
is, or late was, N1aster, e taikfl, apparel and furni-
tnre; and also a-gainst all 1rsonsa latlillly intfrgtetiug
for their interest in said mhoouoer. Siuaing., alJedlgiqg .
and propoundingi .
First, That on tie firsl diay of October in the yea-
eighteen hundred andh thirty-nine, lillanlt (at the-
request of said Thomas Lewis, Maiter.) shipped on
hoard said schooner as Cook. said Lewis agreeingtu
pay libellant at the rate of filfeen dollars per montb,
as long as libelllAnt Seilred on board said schoonerl
In pursnance of which ;igreelnent libellant signed
the shipping artlices of saiid chooher; and a few
days thereafter sid vesetl in Cliarge 41 her said mas-'
ter, sailed from Folly's Landing in the S ,tC of Vir.'
ginia, to- the port of New York in sail Start,.
Second, That about two weeks thetearterutid schaem
ner sailed from thence to Tampa Bj., rrom thence
to Ap.laclielol.i. from thence to Pensacola and frowl
thence to New Orleans; after which shewaseInplyefd,
hy her said Master in sailing between the Ports of
New Orleans, Mobile and Pensacola for about twelve
months; that aid Schooner then sailed to Nassaff,
to Texas. to Pearl Riser in the Siate of MiesiAp.,
to ApalaRlhicoli, St. 5hrks. Key Wet Net Oleml,
Pensacola. and finally mi Apaletfiicola; ltht saiil
schooner wis emiplmyed by said Mlater vas afore-'
snid, from the first day of ()ctoher as aforesaid unpto
thie twentieth day of Jnne. eilbteen and Ifrty-tbrri,
in trading at ;i.nd between the several ports memijoaod
that during this time libellant served as CeVo., wJs
b'eforpe he 'mnst. ns required ly said Mater; .'
Il tfhl-gs liheriant sernd on board saiS &
failift.ly, and i,,isdhrged a ll te dul'tirSk
him a- a' fftbar; llhat Onit r alqui titiM fie tSoio di
of June, eighlief hundred and folfy-lihr,;,A l _
ner, yhire lying Rit 'the port of &att'bic ic
seized ffidlllevied on by le t United Stmes [tairbnW.
virtue -,f a anallachmetlt from the Suliprior Coit
Franhliln Ceotunt. nnd. wtkrtn -i his ewtod1 ; sirat 'iA
consequence of said levy and seizure fllatlli f w'4f"
dischagiedt from said Sihoei r. .
Third, Tlhat liljllaMw ha* sef'tf^ ailt itrthi 'K
Schooner as C6o-g and beteire the me. thle ymeari
eight mInntlms and t'wenly dlayv, and that BIii$wtbplr.
amon'ftid to thle saf or six hndrent aid ;tweniitr :
dnltrs; that hie has been paid the mm fi'_ l -
ulred aiid fifteen dollars and sixteeBn cti, mta," vg'
bIlancfl dlue him from uold Schoooi r of' fi't IwtJ'
and fifty-four do8rt atnd eighfy-:ar ce'ts(.' .htie'=-
balance said Lia, Afaaiter, as aforesaid, has liitl6lt-'
refusetl ai d'sflt dittllt I'euse to -J. litthilT. -. ,
S.You the raid Mdtrsllai arelhoerfre heretp'iiuf-i t
ised, etnlmOw'ered and strictly 'njoilded promipl!tid'o
cite Indl admoni.sh the said TtineaaLri. Mdi-
ier, .trri ai persons wnarsoever having dr preteftd-
ing to lhave any ii'glt, iifle, iftierest or eoati"i
in or to said sthoonr .' Arkigaror," het tahisp."
parPel ad ftrwnialue, or tf- be eonuerned iiTb no(
the said premises in said libel allcdged-p by fe ti
eoWl hreof ta tlhe mast iof 8B B~lmi Jir~A tt .."
and ratsing the same- robe obiebiWHd mit the" Cast,-

ralnul~r~`~ "-~~a4

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K BBLS Mess -and Prime PORK;
30 halfbbis No. 1 Mackerel;
50-bbls Mess and Prime Beef;
20 kegs Goshen Bu-ter.
Justr ceeived and for sale by
Saplt6 J DAY & CO. Water st
Lard Lamps! Lard Lamnps!
SThey give a most brilliant light with less tbha,
one-half the expense of Oil. House keepers are in-
vited to call and see them.
For sale cheap for cash, by

50 boxes Guava Jelly.
The cargo of the "Johu Allyn," now landing.
For sale low by J DAY & CO.,
apl I? Water st.

Wy Merchants. Physicians and Planters, wanting
any of the above articles, will please call before par-
chasing elsewhere.
Terms Cash, or city acceptance.
No. 24 Water st
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1843. fe3 if

T HE subscriber intends to return to Apalachi-
cola, and will open a Scbool ifor the coming
season--commeoeig October 16th. The School
will be divided -jao Male and Female Departments.
The Female department will be under the charge ot
;.an experienced Teacher. Instructions will be given
in all branches usually taught in Academies.
sept23-34tf F. TUTTLE.

Ao,0.I J

To all whom it may Concern.

L j .1 .. i. --*-...- _
FraoiiJia Superior Cort.
ouisa W. Sl.ol0 LN CHANCERY.
.. I (- t Bil for Divorce.
Crawford Sprowl. )
IT appearing to the satlifaetion of the Court, that
Crawford Sprowl resides beyond the limits of the
Territory of Florida; It is therefore Ordered, that
publication be made Ifor three months, notifying the
defendant Crawford Sprowl, to appear at a Court to
be held in Apalacbioola on the. first Monday in De-
cember a xt, and show cause, ifl.any there be, why
the divorce as prayed for in said Bill should not be
granted. SAM'L. W. CARMACK,
Judge of the Apalachicula District.
Apalachicola, June 2d. 1843. iel4 3m




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29 13



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11 70
6 25
25 80
9 00

21 00
20 10

Jacksot Superior Court.
Matilda L. Piokard.
vs. Bitl for Dimvice.
Peyton H. Pinkard.
H E defendant will take notice thliat on the third
s Monday il Noremuber next+the plhm.iffi will
proceed to take the depositinns of Sliephard Stone,
at the Court Hatuse in tho town of Manann-, at which
time and place the 'aid defendiint mav attend if he
sees fit to do so. A. H. BUSH, At''y for Pl'ff.
MArianna, Oct. 5, 1843. (A4 4w
Jacksen Superlor Cort*
Rebecca Stevens,
vs. Bill for Divoice.
C ting G. Steves'.
HE defenda.ot wilt take notice that on the third
Monday in Novrember next. the plaintiff will
proceed to tak the depositions of James H. Parker,
altar J. Robinson. Ellis Davis and Elisza Davis
The depositions of James H. Parker and Walter J.
Robinson will be taken at the Court House in' Mari-,
anna; those of Ellis Davis and Eliza Davis at the
house of Stephen J. Roche in Washington county
The defendant may attend and cross examine said
witnesses if he sues fit to do so.
A. H. BUSH, Plaintiff's Att'y.
Marianna.Oct. 5, 1843. o14-4W

Territory of Florida.
George M. Tillingbast, ,
vs. Attachment.
E.D. Htrwlbut &Co. -
S.iHE defendants and all others interested will
Stake notice that Hiram Nourse will be exam-
ined in behalf of plainti, min the caiy of Apalachicola,
on da of November next.,
YONA & TAYLOR, Att'ys for PIffT.
Marianla, Oct, 7. 1843. o14-4w

OILS,. &o.. &c.
HE sabscriber has just received a large addA
tien to his former stock, among which are the
following articleac--

Acid Tartatrit,
Apothecaries Scales &

u. .:;. 1i.t IAL', SALES.

United States Marshal Sale*.
Edward R. Boyle, Alias Fita.-Attachment levied '
78. June llth, 1841.
James C. Boote.
Y virtue of a writ of fifa issued from the Supe-
rior Court of Franklin county, directed to all
and singular the Marshals of the Territory of Florida,
I have levied upon and shall expose to sale in front
of the Court House, in the city of Apalachicola, be-
tween the usual hours of sale on Saturday the third
day of June next, all the right, title, interest, claim,
and demand of James C. Boote, in and to the North-
East half of lot number five, block fifteen, with build-
ings and all appurtenances thereunto belonging.
Apalachicola, May 3. 1843.
The above sale postponed until Saturday the 2d
day of December next, by order of pl'tffs att'y.

For the purpose of raising a lRevenue for the use of the City of Apalachicola
I Ifor the year 1843.
Section 7. Be it further ordained, That the Tax Collector shall have power, and he is hereby author-
ised, after the expiration of the aforesaid ten days, to make distress and sale of the goods and chattels,
lands and tenements, of all delinquents for taxes aforesaid; Provided, that notice of such sale shall be given
by advertisement in arpublic newspaper, at least ten days previous to the day of sale, where the distress shall
be of goods and chattels, and when the delinquent has no goods and chattels, then the lands and tenements
of said delinquent may be sold, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to pay the taxes due, together with
all costs and charges thereon; Provided always, that the Collector shall give notice in a public news-
paper at least three months previous to the sale of any real estate of a resident, and of a non-resident at
least six months notice of the time and place of such sale, with a particular description of the lands and
tenements, aud the Collector shall only sell as much thereof as will pay the taxes due and expenses of
such sale, and the Collector shall be entitled to demand and receive from the delinquent, whose property
shall have been advertised as aforesaid, a commission of five per centum upon'the amount raised, or to be
raised, by such sale.
In conformity with the above Ordinance, I will sell at Public Auction in
front of the Apalachicola Exchange, on the first Monday in December next, so
much of the following described property as will pay the amount of taxes due
thereon, together with all costs and charges.
PETER HOBART, City Tax Collector.

Jttaes' Powder,
Jajube Pastea
6 in vials,
Lemin Syrup, ia bottles
4y the box.
Lubar Caustic,
Magnesia, Carbonate
4, Calcined,'
Mercurial Ointmenti
Mortars, Glass
Seed, white,
Nipple Glasses,
Nux Vomica,
Oil Peppermint,
SOlive, in basket,
Paregoric, in vials by dt
Peppermint, do
Pearl Ash,
Pepper Sauce,
Pink Root,
Prussian Bluet
Precipitate, Red
Rosi9n, ,
Rhubarb Roott
Rotten Stone,
Sal Eratus, 2
Salt Petre,
8arsaparilla, -
Snake Root
Spirits Lavender, comp
Specie atid Tincture
Squills, Root,
Stoughton's Bitters,
Sugar of Lead,
Sulphate Zinc,
Syrup Squills.
Syringes, P.P. o:
.6 fm 1 oz. to 24,
Tartar Emetie,
Tooth Forceps,
Tooth I stratnentss
Uva Ursi,
Varnish, Copal,
Vials,all sizes,
Was, White.

Aqua Ammonila,
Arrow Root,
Balsam Copaiva,.
4 of Life,
Bark, Yellow
Black Drop,
Blue Pill, in mass,
Blister Plaster,
Boxes, Pill
Brimstone, Roll
Bottles, Wine
Breast Pipes,
Burgundy Pitch,
S lu o0.3a1 v1al ,
Carbonate Soda,
Caraway Seed,
CastorOil, by the gallon,
1& "4 doz,
Cayenne Pepper,
Cbamomile Flowers,
Chloride of Lime,
Wine of
Columbo Root,
Congress Water,
Corrosive Sublimate,
Court Plaster,
Cough Drops,
Corks, Bottle
Copel Varnish,
Cream Tartar,
Croton Oil,
Diamonds, Glaziers
Dover's Powders,
Elixir Vitriol,
Elnm Bark,
Epsom Salts,
Essences of all kinds,
Ether, Nitric
extracts of all kinds,
Flour sutphur
Funnels, Glass,
Ginger, Race
Graduate Measures,
Glauber Salts,
Gum Arabie,
Hair Powder,
Hydriodate of Potass.
Heryb- -ssorted,

Franklin SaperioDi Court.
Henry G. Ouyon, assignee, &c. To James C Boote

James C. loote. and others.
T AKE NOTICE that I have this day filed nm
petition offorclosure of mortgage on the north
easily half of lot No. 5, in square 15, in the Ci:y of
A palachipola, said mortgage being given by you to
JOHN H. McKNIGirHT, on the 15th day of June,
1841, to secure thFe sum of seven hIundred and forty-
two dollars and eighteen! cents, ity Script," and by
him aisigoed to toe on 1ho1 7(h March, 1843.
Aiturizr fui a- u.yuo .
Apalachicola, March 10th, 1843. mil 4meow
Franklin Sutperior Court.
William Wellborne, Attachment for $1673 20.
Ek,* h irlivs Damaigcs $3000.
Eijah Kirkpatriek, D 0
if 1eK Deft-ndnit aud all others interested, are
T hereby notified of the institution of the above
suit, and required to plead according to law.
Atcorhiesjbr Peff4s
Apal-tchicola, Feb. 1st, 1843. ioll 3m

United States Marshal Sale.
Lent & Nell,
H. R. Taylor o Co.
BY virtue of a writ of fi. fa., from Franklin Su-
perior Court to me directed, in favor of Lent
& Nell, vs. Henry R. Taylor and Morgan L. Taylor
of the late firm of H. R. Taylor & Co., I will offer
....., ..... ,,. i.^ o-,,I *-,itr thft Conrtl House door in
the City of Apalachicola, at 10 o clock, A. 1., on I
20th d(lay of June next, the undivided half of the
northeast half of lot number five, in block fifteen,
and appurtenances, being the interest of Morgan L.
Taylor in and to said premises. The said premises
being the same lately occupied by James C. Boote.
Apalaghicola, May 11th, 1843. m17 1m
The above sale postponed until Saturday the 2d
rlay of December uext, by order of pl'ffs attl'y.
je19 ROBERT MYERS, Marshal.
United States Marshal Sale.
Aigustus Leftwiclh,
Austin Williams and Aaron L. Middlebrook,
executor of George L. Middlebrook.
Y virtue of a ft. fa. from Franklin Superior
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 the City of Apalachicola at 10 o'clock
A. M. on the first Monday (6th) of November next,
the following property, to wit: the undivided half of
lots number five and sixteen in block F. front range,
in said city with the appurtenances, being the inter-
est of said Austin Williams in said property, and the
other undivided half of said property being the in-
terest of the defendant Middlebrook. in an to the
same. ROBERT MYERS, Marshal.
Apalachicola, Sept. 9, 1843.
OTICE-All persons having claims against the
S estate of Peter W. Gautier, Sr., deceased, will
present them duly authenticated, within the time pre
scribed by law, or the statute will be plead in bar of
their recovery. A. J. CORLEY,
Marianna, Aug. 12, 1843.-2m Adm'r.

Apalachicola, May 29th, 1843.

Description of "
Bl'ks. | Lots.


Amount due for the yea
B 16s o*Io .1|o u--1.poin lo l I


non residents.




12 & 7
3 & 16
9 & 12
1 &2
3 &16
3 &7
5& 16
half 5 & 16
10 & 11
9 & 12
8 &9
8, 9 & 10
half 16 & 5
11 & 12
3 &14
12 & 3

Barker & Morgan................
Estate of Wade Burchard,.......
Calhoun & Base,.................
I. Chisolm,.....................

SBryan H Croom,................

SEstate of Jno Crane,..........

C Edmonson,....................
SEstate of Geo L Middlebrook,..

Joseph Mitchel,..................

I Kennith McKenzie,......... ..

Octavius Mitchel,...............
John T Myrick,..................
Estate of Peter Mitchel, .........
Estate of Colin Mitchel...........
Ogden & Ferguson,..............
W W Richards,.................
Leslie A Thompson,.............
Estate of Jos M White,..........
Austin W illiams,.................
Estate of John Gillespie,.........
James C Boote,..................
E & L S Chittenden,............
SA S Garr, .....................

Dr Meacham, ...................
Isaac Nathans & AK Allison,....
SJ C Love,.....................

) Harvey Hall ....................

Wm P Ingraham, Jr.,............
Wm Powers, ............ .......
Elizabeth Powell,.................
J Gorrie &H R Taylor, .........
SEstate of Lewis Leland,.......

Charles McKinney,..............
W H Harper,....................
SEstate of Samuel Simpson,....
HR Taylor,.....................
James Gibson......................
S Hiram Manley,.................

hn Gorrie,.....................
Unclaimed Lots,.................
64 44 ..
6 &A ... .. .... ..... .

21 60 24 00
15 75 17 50



19 20


1 50

1 50

8 10

11 10


11 70

21 60




17 101900
4 38 24 75

F'ranKlin Superior Court.
Olcott, McKeison & Co., Attachment $573 56.
Davd G les. Damages $1000.
David G. Gilhies.
ri'HE Defenaaat and all others interested, are.
S hereby noified of the institution of the above
suit, and are requited to appear and plead according
Attornies for Plaintiff.
Apalachiola, Feb. 1st, 1843. marll 3m.

18 00 20 00


11 70

1 35
8 to
3 60
3 15
14 40




9 00 13 00 11


1 50
11 00
6 o00
9 00

21 00
2 00

4 00

Apalaehicola District.
Brown & King,
s. Assumpsit.
William B. Stokes, sur- Attachment for $800 00.
giving partner of Stock- Damages, $2,200 00.
toos & Co.
HE Defendant and al others interested are re-
Squired to appear and plead to the declaration
filed in said case. YONGE & TAYLOR,
Marianna, July 21,, 1843.-3m Alty's for Pl'ff.

6 30
15 10

,Franklin Superior Court.
William Q. Porter & Co., ) Attachment $270.
vs. damages $500.
James L. De Louey.
T HE defendant in the above suit and all others
interested, will take notice of the institution ot
the dame, aud plead accordingly.
Attornies for Pl'ffs.
Apalachicola, May 12th, 1843. m24 3rn

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 k 10

7 & 14
1 &2
1 &12
12 &
3 &16
13 &6
half l


6 &7
11 & '3

5 00






NOTICE-Six months after late I shall apply to
the Hon. Judge of the County Court of Frank-
lin County, for Letters of Dismission front the estate
of Courtland S. Thompson, late of said county, de-
Apalachicola, July 29, 1S43. Admministrator.





To''":mory of Florida.
Louis Emile Lahons, of the
firm J. Lahes &-;Co., ofthe
City of New York, Notice of Petition of
vs. I foreclosure mortgage
Hiram Nournle. Hiram W.I|
Brooks & John D Howell. )
T E d,'fendiLtants and all others interested. are
lhereby n,)tfi'y that the above Plaintiff will, at
the next term of te Sduperior Court to be holdeu for
the county of Franklin, Territory afor,4aid, apply to
the lioporable J of,- 0 the Apalachicola D;istrict,
for jiudgement of, ioreclosurs of a ceitaih moritgagE,
maJ', executed and dehvyred by the b.,. dc"i
ants t.o Upt Cl:rk, Pr-si'deit of the. Southern Life
Insurance & T !i-' CIi,.*n., his e ..:. .1. it office
find assi-,nRd]: On (he their! day of April, mi the year
of our Lord on-, thousand eighlit hundred and thirty
eight, to secure i h i,',niiu, of a certin Bond in
the said mort(gaz,) sp-,1tiiei, :ai ig even date there-
with, fr the sum of torty-eibht rli.,usand dollars, on
the fonllowing nnr-els or lots of land, s situated, lying
and being in thie C'Iy of Apalichicola, and Territory
aforesaid, known and designated in the rmap or plan
of said city, as lots No. (') two, in bloCk C., front
range, exceptinag tlherefro a sti;ip of la d four feet
wide and twruty feet long, on the southwest corner of
said lot, (sai, strip be) ; Lo9igest east and west.) Lot
No. (1) Be,. id bl60,k P.. fropi rangi. Lot No. (2)
two, ii btovk ,, front rage; two undivided fifth'
parts of block No. (2) two, bounded by Ciesanmil,
igh, Conter and Mirkef streets, and upon -which
block the Mansion House now stands, containing ten
(10) lots, numbered from one (1) to ten, (10) together
with all andi singtl.tr appijrtenances. The said Bond
and the said mortgage having been assigned to me by
the Southarn Life Insurance &c Trast Comp)any, I
will apply for its foreclosure as Above.
By J. &L. BRANCH, his Attornies.
Apalachicola. Dec. 17th. I411. fr.3 4min


32 00


T RE Co-partnership hitherto existing under the
(lnate and kityle Of"CAMPBELL & ALLARDYCE,*'
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The affairs
,of the concern will be settled by Donald Campbell.
Apalachicola, June 12th, 1843.

OTICE.-All persons having claims against the
1 late firm of -'Caiopbell & Allardyce," will pre-
sent them for settlement, and those indebted are re-
quested to snake immediate payment.
1 "pieces It lia COTTON BAGGING;
I 0 y 20 cols Kentucky Bale Rope;
35 bbls NO Molasses;
fFori ale by
feb1l1: J DAY & CO., Waterst.


11 00

4 50 7 50
300 300

29 25 27 50


11 00


10 15
3 60
1 8

3 15
1 58
1 80

Ander'ns Cough Drops, Butler's Magonesia Ape,
Balsam of Life, rient,'
Bullard's Oil Sonp, Steer's Opadeldoe,
Comp. Syrop Ssrsapa- m Lijud do.
rimls, Swaim's Panaee, _
Do. ,Sarsaparilla & Soda & SeidMtuz Pow-
Cubebs, ders,
Comp-Syrup Liverwort, Pills, Lee's
ateman's Brops, Brandreth'a
British Oil, Galigan's
Eye Water,Thompeon's Moffrt's
Godfrey's Cordir, Tomato
Harlem Oi, i + Rown's Toni t Mixture

1 64 ............. ...

LSO, so mu-:h of the Wharf Lots belonging to the "APALACHICOLA LAND CO.," tocated at the
foot ofChesnut andCentre streets, as will pay the balance due this City for taxes for the year 1843 ;
being the sum u -eoea hundred and fifty-three dollars and thirty-eight cents, (S753 38 cents,) and all,
cnst And 'e t ag th843. PETER HOBART City Tax Collector.
Apiddnits.U..i.. Mal 8 4


Fire and Marine Inrsunrance.
CORPANY, continue to take Fire, Marine
and River risks, on as favorable terms as other good
Offices. For partiettlars apply to
J DAY & CO., Agents.
Apalachicola, Feb. 10th, 1843. febI1 tf

Nos. 29 & 31 Gold street, New York, April, 1843.
Prices Greatly Reduced.
consequence of the addition of new and improved
machinery to their works, and the reduction in the
cost of materials and laber, are enabled greatly to re-
duce the prices of their presses, and of Printers' and
Binders' materials generally, as will be seen by their
newly printed circular, to which they beg leave to
This establishment is still under the personalnsu-
perintendance of RICH'D. M. HOE & ROBERT
HOE, and they assure their friends, that notwith-
standing the great reduction in prices, all articles
manufactured by this establishment shall retain the
high reputation which they have hitherto sustained.
Is -Itn alseo 4e their constant ooodo, r to improve Ille
quality of them tin every particular. They flatter
themselves, also, that their old friends will not only
continue theirfavors, but that printers generally will
appreciate their endeavors to furnish the very best
articles at barely renumerating prices.
Orders from any part of the country for all articles
used by Printers or Binders, including Type, Ink,
Paper, etc., will be executed with the greatest care
and promptitude, and on the best terms.
Jobbing work and repairing will be done at the
lowest possible prices, with every attention and ex.
N.B.-All articles manufactured by this establish-
meet will be stamped "R HOE & CO." so that per-
sons from abroad may not be imposed upon with
spurious articles, made in imitation of theirs.
(1f7 Printersof newspapers who publish this ad-
,vertisement, with this note, three times before the 1st
of July next, and send one of their papers to us, will
be entitled to payment of their biltt on buying foear
times the amount of it. .' .

To Raise a Fund by Taxation for the Education of
Poor Children
SCTIo 1. Be it enacteed by he Governor ad Le-
gislative Council of the Territory of Plorida. That
out of the Territorial tax and auction duties horeafte,
assessed, collected, or received in this Territory, tw.
per centum oftheamount so collected shall be retain I1
and paid over by the tax collector or au'ctioteers
respectively, as the case may be, of each of the coun-
ties of this Territory, to the county treasurer in an1
for thecbunty in which such tax shaol ave been eol
SECT. 2. Be it further enacted. That the sum so
paid over toend received by the county treasurer.
shall be set apart and constitute a fund tor the educa-
tion at poor orphan children of the county to which
the funds belong,.
SECT. 3. Be itfartlehr na r p. Thar i; shall bth*o
duty of the assessors of taxes n each of the counties
of this Territory, to take an nually, while assessing
the taxes, a list of all poor orphan children residing
within the county, together with the name, age, and
sex of each respectively, and whether the father and
mother both be dead, or only one; ifthat ione be the
mother, then to file in the county court a lifl'o r the
information of the county. r h h
SECT 4. Be it further enacted, That the county
court, at least two-thirds of the utnagestraies sitting,
shall be aud is hereby invested with the power and
charged with the duty of appropriating annually th-
said funds, or such part thereof, as they, or a majori-
tV of them, may deem necessary, for the schooling of
the poyrorophans of their county, having a reasonable
regard, as near as may be, to an equal distribution
among all the poor ohrans bruocht to the notice of
the0, smnerin tisavL bn pointed out, and
having asif .due regard to the s st economical
disbursement the funds. : .. .
SECT. 5. Be it farther enacted, That should there
beany erPor in thee list of orphans returned to tUe
court it shall be lawful for auv person to suggest such
error or errors, whether of augmentation or dimtinu-
tion, to the court, who may proceed to hear evidence
and register such as have been omitted, o0 Satrike off
such as are not entiled to admission. *
[Approved, March 2. 1839.
414 9+ Bags Green Havana COFFEE;
(Qll'Jl: 181tterees .Mola-es; _:
45 ma Regotia Sigars;
10 boxes White Havana Suiiar.

Election Notice.

White Lead,.
Nos. 1, 2 and 3.
Red Lead, Dry,
Black in Oil,
Chrome Green,
Lamip Black, \
Paint Brushes,
Sash Tools,
Prussian Blue in Oil,
Graining Brushes,

GLASS, &e.
Spanish Brown,
Verdigris in Oil,
Paint Oil,
Lamp Oil,
Spirits Turpentine,
Yellow Ochre,
Sand Paper,
Glass. 8 by 10; 10 by 111
10 by 14; 12 by 16;
14 by 20.

NOTICE is hereby given, that an election will be
held at the several precincts throughout the
County of Calhoun, on'Monday the sixth day of
November next. for the following officers, to wit:
One Sheriff; one County Clerk; one County Sur-
veyor; one Couty Coroner; and four County Com-.
Ordered, That Wittlliam W.Briggs, James P. Penn
and Israel Moses be and they are hereby appointed,
Inspectors of said election at the St. Joseph Pre-
cinct. Francis Arnou, John S. Hunter and Alexan-
der McAlpin at the Iola Precinct. .Jehu Richards,
William McBride and John G. Ricantrds at the Chi-
.l x- .*- -- l-.---L C'.f.,, s.<....., a m. c>>4
Joel C. Porter at the Bloant's Town Precinct.
THOMAS GILL, County Clerk.
St. Joseph, Sept. 30, 1843.

Antique Oil, assorted Macassar Oil,
B l ters, Ponamiam,
Bear's Oil, Oil Rose,
Cologne, in bottles, vari- Ward's Hair Oil,
ous patterns, Fancy Soa", all colors,
Lavender Water, in cakes ar~pots.
Florida "' Honey Water,
Re,, Perfume Bags,
Also, a large and general assortment of
*,i ++ -Je/tm's Perf.w"ry.
Marking Pots, oarden Sedev
Fancy Boxes, Sch= l Bookw,
Violins, Blank Books,
Confectionary, assorted Paper, Foolmeap ad
251d boxes. Letter,
Cutlery, Steel Pens,
Fish Hooks and Lines, Quils,
Razors, Cards, plain & e fm'd
Straps, Black Sand,
Shtving Boxes, Miscealneods BookD,
Silver Pencils, Novels,
Scales & Weights, Writing Desks,
uff, Seoteh PFluid,
"6 Maeaboy, -Ink, Black. Red &Ble
Gold Leaf, Indelible Ink.
Dressing Combs, Tooth, Hair, Blacking
Music Boxes, and Cloth Brushebs.

n[ HE undersigned have associated themselves for
itthe transaction +of a general FACTORAGE
& COMMISSION BUSINESS, under the finn
and svyle of "W. A. & P. C. anin."
7 +-WM. A. KAIN,
ApalachicoTa, 1st June, 1843. jel4 3t

Co-Partnership. ,
T HE subserrbers have this day associated them
selves in business, under the firm of McKAY
A. N. McKAY,
Apalachicola, Sept. 1, 1843. s9-3m

Cotten Broker.
HE PLANTERS a-n find tbestuberiber at
hisvofiee in Apalacheciola, next fall ready and
prepared. to sell cotton, and will be thankful for a
share of their patronage. He feels confident that
his using his best exertions, that all parties will be
AfgiiSt 12, 1843. J. B. STARR.