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The Apalachicola courier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048584/00001
 Material Information
Title: The Apalachicola courier
Alternate Title: Courier
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Croskey
Place of Publication: Apalachicola Fla.
Creation Date: April 24, 1839
Publication Date: 1839-
Frequency: semiweekly during the winter (weekly during the summer)[ former ]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Frankiln County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 24, 1839)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in Jan. 1840?
General Note: "Independent."
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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960058
oclc - 02713250
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System ID: UF00048584:00001

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i.Af I'-:'I d I.-t I h v A lLe4K ;- :.. t 1 f l. H I t ( e '

Clarl vt %vorl.] nctI~telive lie ;-it Ii I Ntr. Parrss aai lila
CL, -.l ,- i :.* :.. L -y to V ,'.:,h -,., ,.'< ; a .; G :, if h-t "ib.' '' t 4 "
ti "k Ii., !,:m,-; i, !" l :i.-,i, ^ +T :un l a* H l i i, u l oh c. t'r,*a u
h.... .l ." at i ,-t.',, \_,l^t : m? -lnd: ye ,,:'- : ;,^.-.r iu ,; r. !- ," iu',' l' f.7 r".iv'j

lifi.l HUmbriniy nl to IIr. Da i ne c n bi t I- r
Da. I-! "-- I '* i j,-rctiO iL3t ever a" f T'd, ali.,,
,. i t so !" i Y t (laekke.t, the secreuia E d n l u h
out lady, v.I-Ii- our .. ..
;f -I-.-t ,' ,. ... n .. t, v ,... ...- ,hie it ...i-h i i ,, .t ,_.- ,* -lt l ; ,,' +' ll .'t f : -' .'

tI: h l n i I he-i v _i, l i :q,'l l',_ I- ,-- '. -, f is f. 'r i 1 ]te h i
lie club. "a ..,; A to "o",,- -" .' - l, ., -. ,-
'. declare, ifIst t he Orio-',in la ph,- 'h Ma.b,,.,
...-. ..le he goen_ t.o hreado-t.he aei s athe. -il,.,b ,.b n ki-y ..li :L
- -,r, a i.r. I. I-. . 1- L. ._.-'. _. .. Z;.

t th club mzuch o~l'ienerrlhan .rit ho,u -^ai wea ~lst*^ ^11'- o-dv -
,u ,,'ust iL ake: up r -ur mi"rto, h l.k a .sen- i 't t'"1''_4" 1 ^ L"itla .lle .o
. -ihe wom an; and then they all .r.e- b i- .:1'18 2)vtl: t 'h r -"

i.rd t .c Iubie-mmo 'til,-g l"-. and t i n.cads i"a .Near" ... h '-
m ust".get u p a. -A i... '.oI, P r v n "i,,,7";ii pi ,

t`:hioij~?E styie~ L:r/o; r^ure vo'u'":' grytoi^ <,p-e~~il^ k^
" T h e n a ., ,i : ,t :, l' h u. h,.. w.tnn b e -h ': "
e w on ia, ; and, th ent h -, b'il--, T "b e ..

.w-dle, wiA tNpliuleplce-oqf a .poilrc~hild.I waf Ly^ t- tW -^.r_^ ^^
ir .hedoeS,<_ ,, l: ry m y ,yes. \ii..u-I' 1:dor,..-"I ,:y -ai h,-i, fi-ey, r."rll.
t geTt u" p y, h^ o a. .~t-.-:- B.-
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.. .... is "om to- beo g l sc s ., t y at'rhct k,. mtt^t ea:.er a, a* i

1-siii~l youre fault andyo r usbn s YOU h. A^^^f -^?rs y-ape'he- be^y
r- ,TL :, .'"t"' d .i t.l a, ,,.- i*'':," d---ir "wC act i he sereuiu ta y p nii.t hptp'ibou h. _" '

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a tUle, r t i t e t e r, tl pet vm u riO nl --i 4 *-hi.d.
....r e~-I. onl.. ..c. ': ,t-e yo ." p yllioJ, -whn .t ou_ w.rp e Cl h noh{lrB'4-llL

'S' go w c'-'t is~~~ cry"^ -iou/tidrmee.afe'^
?,tt m us ai up y ou lkl - O l k a' i- *; "' .....vo.r < ''R > .. .. "ea -ul~ .-!'-f .
Mi^ Claket rsefro he c ah-i, .et o .asd ,:, pr~e\-an (!t\Ipl!rt'l,.teiu .oLa;t1 h *
,I ne womn ; and *the th rey Wil-iive bljd- .. ..oSPLer m ee u ...u he -IAOIrAhi a.!;mso ve.
't~~~~~~gLf only yuu.r i R,,im~bn~, he wi" e4" .. .. i.- -".. ... .. "_-

,t.lae to-he at sensblt e a r hian ,*ldgv bif h 'e. yo en e o aid? [
I sy rm ak e, ,f -, y Y ,h. .9

THen angryshd you ,,r wlo,a'e. omeJ s Lr. hosltie.r'ls .I-e n h, y /s;^, a /r. .i h e;e&
SI y v wa .4 L- f-Thei.dor-- tg her w .-avedop

>.idle winrhthehetfenceioai heDoorcblf-. .... ,-.enc wt:-'spi~e Iget r'q" .'

farrn is o-M ou beon to thscu. .:11 L.^ ,, ^ ^ *_,F^
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hd o ef au llteand vyeoes ou t --1 -- z- *i"" -n- :.-
t,..tnd t .bc arsnt bb. -x ewo a Eatnd-h fi a ".,j.... ,.......

C D. With A. uM er le o Da -lie y nur wi n -r. .i ". ". "l... .
.... -o e ..... eg ..... .. ov laer Ltie .Lt1c- as. tg o into V -leT7 Lra
:-a.t f~rhtitt;-iyesome. meHarry 6 ^wthelI Y oud _' -i-P-.: u--"h en ....... vr e' "-LD -; -
.--a-.t -a.o bwt -i.7f6 1dyii-h a t -: 00M -**^ Ujf -^ at b..iot'

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,3r..t a.y.sal -gieT ,eore ne -' a *^ nere tsm iy^ -u pe.te-. i -o,. L.
our b ak, an;h youst at nd s. "^ 'ut ..a. k ..ll ....
u" at can go a hera ,a. He- 1 face' ',du-I Alat0.' tun..d
he n.: li ttle e 'dicmt't lub..r c.gousnqrtu e i' ag #adaf :und zih o._..A ^.
,e t e f or fimselc--Irolyica ue l`Myo : yo,. wen a- you w -r e m :m Mnop .1
la ,.oaede; r M rs. L,. 1 Darnley3 e:oed, Mr. Ajtm.gy P " geaJc I
,1take the trou mento o aiakeon po16 h bu --t -..... -y.' l ;- __ _- 7 .f. ".
e e~ly remarked, "y .Che

" i 10w a ir d up ar illo a.sujr ge I hostilities, phis worthy heing ecide-~r~ M.. s,
ha t Aave- I saidr ?, Dear -meo, I y viro d e r -D a w e Daof"ley begted m, h rop sehj,w e-g ,
a.. till I ring a h a bell, t at {he do0e- m cr hen yene which hsm, h a.i 'oioe
opened for you "2" ""-" .
p- e o of its coIIerv n ot p Len or Wt):i a ...,"..,
But her visiter had p ,fMcd, hac i, noav dow, g Ben-edlcths-o fpror.rttr.eipn.. -
at s _ere die -necessary 6per,4t~iwj -v.'. 'per-' ta oQt-'+., 7 .++-+ -, ,
"rined on, tt~e bell-handile; akl.bell Mrs. Mr' wnimenie-eyt ,,: "Il'
wcdtle Darnley, sauntering toopose d can; ti e Ib eaih of a thee iiilch ,
looked out, exclaiming,,. .+ ,
-rhat- t iesome Harr4 I wishe would -bad"o ,ii1y l aubcd,-on to showfit _
ne ack Hot Iu isldn -hohasthr,,igh bt, per'fectly 'faulsi bniglfW.
ytwit cig to do %vith th bhat h omi n d lrt6 bo d 'tea zio'

:'siriHarryi iasurlialilyti il bef slofre ietldM p^ 0^-rraohiy'tci
iiebaccck, as-he wa a just then"in soleh- n ed round. u bfn ta lak-bal.as-dia aovare d,
anelavo with c~r munityher m gutes of the Mr. Buraldi n cas gifimtu .'exlra .red- In .
fare, surmno0d int., od round-taerims thlat
%%,n at the George andi Du Mxo6c. iHe" i x .. ..A I
I lie ommitteefor the cse b 'dlishment of t- re V'tt"." o",ipirofL
12Benedict Club. "<. oueequerttly.affam uoden-vent .the ordiaj
Wl e heiji pMr.fectly ifIideerstand eamhi d waf'trhi itm ,a drily elacte d h, -W. Mi- .';

mr-h ai .hprin mr, f ld o Mr d.,Gke o it vtamme way t haftn }hr te ybub+,a jlt.; n w.,.lm illl ".
,:hl)" on th psoiga no i n" oc.causida lon yc-c nou'go e~ wromng i E.. fi + :.. 7+L. '!
z abut o \ i~d u a bllmtt tAiken- o rIrdirsk mot g -int .being" ..exl eid M,
illle)" ~ ~ ~ ~ ay thatr hhtocu n'hsfre dli e lj" ufrdtr, xioweal
[:srbcd irit s a tanin g p : xv e n hatn o mere1 f~ pr .yemJt fht ,| .a-t.ai

pose Mr. 11 ass as a ft aod Proper you shan't leave me ..ag= n b',' 'tc.'.ili
Lber of the club. day. 1 w-ant you itArehd 'to i "
!This genillman," remarked his propos- -vroi'k, and t'ren Y Ow 4i dtwtrl il..
a rall, thin, care-worn, man, hie. very -ony phl eian 'iod t ; &nff .h &a *e'i.iw tew fl l "
nd reason for occn4iomafy w%4.hg aot = nice Te -_4 te- dibef idf tl '
3 at homo. Weil kq!rvjng, aa our wor- to' Jaw*iagrcgbe a
cha~iggan Uas so. ably expLfIOBd4 all QhaL Wi dhi ):q Wi of Ut ^^ il^^^-^^
be RnOketa hjsem iu"~de'r -,'e pleedge of 1

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;" it'.d I the gir"-P-td thuIs .did Mrs. ui'ii-
I *_-Side-, cltthc ilie ch neral,,y dlli,.ut i-LiCs (iOn uif
|L hc- ;r'li L !i Lid alintim irL 111 ,,uL lt i, brUdth,"
1- aiiLcr i' h l.i,2fl 'ic-I 'li. lto cJ .-1i 1i./'
e YOU di,-'. suicl.'. i-O1 16 t'is !" excla4necd
i- Mrs. (rL'IIr Jookig Io carcthngiy or o poor
., t' M i~s < ;i ,- u tl 's s-m a ll e~y ; th a ti it.h e y w v u ik -
t ,?,J and v..at'Jicd Iliader OIL ;lufic-lion.
0 '" BLu I W, I', rry dkir,'- .aid (he ctirtiulii g
-- tUfdiuu-i uf i.li'eboroti.2hihi : m i gc, e who
.1.3 .I n CPi\, I (C. C s alg h'ur' jl her ,.mi o rnr ilior t1i1[';
,; round ".1:.d. a. I old-11.:.. Udi'in.,des I'\,c
1 lil-iin ll-5 ag0, I lik the IP, plan jn iijviig v.-
. \NVhat s thie .u: of making a is,( obut: it?
, Men wi.lt,o men. 3nd like to !neet ea,-h oih-.
- er ; aid _lacki-tt will be secretary, and able
to tell me ecryt hing Ihat is going ol. It
l\ [d be qu, te dtlilif1ul "
' Men %%ei \\t! be men and hike to nioct each
other sad! Mrs. G:cen, "llh a 6uppref.sed
t hub. '" I'm glad y uu arc pleased with such
arrapremants ; hijt I t L iux .q) aah oilier
Ihey [li-e m10 iet--thc, \\ i ll ikc ii a cmi-
; \9 i'nl l'!,nd- (-.);it i to tjie club, iii_'cd '
Y.ou011 .1 cxc.isemC i. it 1 .1o\', M rs. Clat'CLIi: j
cointnued the distret,.cd lady, during a
cat.brick handkcrchief froin her blaek satin
.bag ; uotiing has so. much auov.cyd m i
fj a lunrg tu ." "
Oh my dear, make no siratnger of me ; -u
I was ihis m iucrtt guing, I tasstre yot-,"
said the town gosiLp. "I1 bad no idea you c
w\Ouild ha've taken the lhbing' to hcarf 3o--I s
hare several i'ittslo pay,'" ad a\vay' trot- l
tod Mrs. Clarkett, while her alicW.od -friend t
threw hcrsclf'on a sofa, and ePobod aloud. I
OhGreuz! Green! =e~lnai"!-is "ip t
wvhai a loving wife deserves' ?" 1
/ "'Tis on purpose tLotmake. gamiteag %14
k.ith thai,, creawre the Widow itiaa.n -l6 -1
,he Li going to suppoa this eubvb .j I
\I1 dare sayviheyr.wi., ll Wwamo^lkhe 0
eNvances to ,thb hous. *Aitd liahiatvIr iv
kuow where the is." ""jbi* : *
The- fcflo\vs dare to tilt 'Up gt .l'Ta* l
>, Rarebrgi.l.+.(i" (ifl". ,'e:a" Wliu -lu_,-
niken, u,\vih v-ahoiu.llaY a Wifist, a 4r&.4 1
Ciaz-k L.t wl\b t heo kk' a ql' 1"rtii.ngv i"
course tti ]adieswm a to-hawe b% jAa iW .
perl gliven i~~t~tto~ih a afrl~w^, t-if,- "Y4
N -d l ia l -' ' ^..-d, '
"1 Noco dear,'.;^t Jix.tti^ii., 3ai. i
C'lt-ketf eila .!BBBB tos1 ia~tondurtid" ii'-fe


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ecl',n,.j pttro all"ciot
ii n.1ee ftciicc und
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,: ,pa...sd t 'the fbir.t
Sof our .lbsence''irom
becattiflul I had 'jever
3d +the girl t0 gtQ(for a
ihil ,Ier" o'.vn fevered
;d by ih'i t,,ight
gone down! in glory.
Jood red t.-tting \Vc're
Western wvaiers.-
the manuy star? Are
-together abuve, and
ul io softened beauty
upn !he crests or the
like wreaths of Pnow.
imeary wavei-ld its
a ttoati~ig down from
abuve Us fkc the
ni'd qj'inId a cypr.s
nusle nor beaum had
f'my lixtid friend. I
hlorit, (.1 t~he -t a:yu.d
hcer lhL at"ar on whiel.
L L,:,;--bt;L he.' (r'hly
11 rtturno-d \vith he-r
rLh,'r, .el F~ rem Was
P lSW~G,.l t h o(" his


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"n'itest. *iAckl will--alpear in- or ext.


cheering reports fom al pwt al fsml,

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S'tjt 0urirr.


1,; r",7'j.'tut:..'m,; .ills."

';r ". ;.. ';u_.. ," rch.1 knd ir,:,.,tier, I, (";Ii : '-:Iily be The Sutci ,.,Lr Couri of ie United, States, f.:,r
m1JdteI, 1' fl I II sI

aiatecrloo dct':It is lntitcialatL a com--" -

._3 o n, a n n o,. o n a enounciy his election,
01C,.: toc tont-a
fc'fepk:oce.b^.in'io remark, that,." so far as
S--,:-econi'ittee :-ad proceeded in tiheir pi-:a-
c^*-'ingy tazk, a proud reftia~i 'would bu f
v. r :;O rde t' dtir ungenerous obseratins from
-.6:'ktie'iadi-es pf R:a re borough i obseri attons
..* -+which t-hu Benedicts-must share in comnton
"_- with all elpb-fobunders-; but he felt it must.
'-' be a great satisfaction to the gcntlem-i
pre.- psenti to hear. that in no case which had
oe6M uhndri, their notice., tlt^. rights of db-
-::.- m.sticity bad been :outraged by the part
". they ,,lad acte:d. The Benedict C'lab, .so
var from building itself on the. ruie o pri-
vate hearths, o6, if" he might be al:.rdM. **so
figurative an expression, raising its struc-
-.' ture.willi hrarth-stones, was Iigh! y ealcu-
-,htied to remedy many evils of dorncstic
.life. MN"inbers5 who really required to be
uo-a':.io~ialy fronm home would, when th<-y
did igo. home, find that their ah:.otel., had
amehdcd much that wvas wrong4. L'ntdie-
couM. not scold their hu-,band- ;.) often, it'
they saw less of tltem ; and would be gli-id
to- iake thmo comfortable at honie, it' only
ovta o9ppo-ltion Lo theclub. \Vi,-sx, would
,.e-eas(e to be jealous, as tlhey wvotld Pneraily
know where to fifid their hu-,banids or get
tired of looking after them ; and over-fo;!d
spon-ses become accustomed to temporary
separation, wlioleso mely tending to try the
.,.ic(-.ritv. of attachments never before sub-
JIected to that most severe of all ordeals,
vhliich, to the discredit of human nature,
h.td gi%'t-n rise to the proverb, 'out of sight,
011it of milnd.' ,'
Mr. Binriiide.- sat down amid rnore ap-
,l.ai'u, th.:in eer. having talked lmunielf
uut of breath, lie now expressed himself
": willih' t u hear any other gentleman who
haad a friend to, propose."
Mr. 5Iinniken %%as not long in awcepting
the c rli-'o'.s imitation. tewasa weasvily-
ouoking li ii, man, with a constant hal:,it of
Plincing over his right shoulders, as thou,1h
hie wa; ;.xpecting a box on his ears.
I 11n not going to detain you many nii-
n-ut,-s," -id Mr. Minniken : Lehould only
like to propose my friend, Mr. Monseley, as
a nmemq"ber of the club. Mrs. Mo,,uscly does
not act a kind part by him and if he were
now and then from home, I think he would
like, it much. She is not violent in temper,
hut ,whal one may call a strong, loud, and
d'e-ternined kind of wotnan ; in shorl, gen-
tlemen, what I have heard denominated a
masculine woman, a gentleman-like lad%,
p.niLiemen,-though I take this to lie a sort
," !ibf~l on our sex,-for-I cannot s.e w-hat
nli!.d there is -that a man should be-rough
-nd overbearing."
At thi,; moment flie nmecting was sudden-
ly disturbed by a spirited vocal perform-
anc+; coi.iibining the effects of many voice-
niouniing.; higlier and higher on the staar-
case. The lady pa ronesses of the Rarebo-
rough a-seniblies were expending a torrent
of eloquenet. on Mr. Boniface, the landlord
of the George and Dragoni, who was in vain
-l .oging 10 be allowed a he-tring. Little
Minniken tre'bled, grew white as a cauli-
flower, and held on by tlhe back of his
chair ; for one familiar voice was there pre-
eminent-above" all the rest.
"Show us into a room, Mr. Boniface. I
suppose you huve another besides that
which the gentlemen are in'? The balls
%%ill be discontinued at this house, yon
may depend upon it !"
"The whole committee of ladies are
here!" exclainted Mrs. Manley Minniken,
and we will make a point of recomnend-
ing all our friends to The Angel."
What have? I done, tna'am i" responded
tile astonished landlord--" how have I of-
fended, ladies ?"
Never inind, never mind," trebled half
a doze!:i' ldies at once ; "we shall all pat-
ronite The Angel in futuree"
S"Oh there they' are !"' forcibly enuacia-
(ced Mrs. Manley, as w ith her bevy of des-
tperate danes she swept by the committee-
ro.TU of the. Benedict Club; '* I hear the
fe~l,,w;, talking--much good may. it do
th,-nt !"--and the opposition eaonmitee
took possession of an adjoining apartment.
Then Boniface was sent down stairs, andi
.rung^ up -again, and snubbed, and sneered at,
;'- andl scolded, and his accounts examined,

and disputed,, and at length paid :--the l.ind-
lord having, by sundry hints and inuendoes,
~~~ discovered t tat he had been guilty' of lese rea-
': j,;st?,: against the sovereign authority of wo-

.'-man, in allowing the Benedict Club to have
a conmmittee-roorn in his house.
But did that conclave act ?--that conclave,
the a7.?erbly of v.which had caused such
direful wrath i~n the united female bosom of
Rareborottgh--Reader, w~e are ashamed to
sta'.e. -M.02 of the gentlemen present, in
..comm')n with Mr. Minniken, had heard the
voic,.s of their helpmatc.A mnngling in that

flood of harmony, which, against all the
"principles of- hydraulics, had ascended the
; staircase, and filled the adjoining room.-
7 The individuals comprising the committee
i of the Benedict Club looked from one to
ithe other, and wished themselves at home.
Our resolutions areiall passed," said Mr.
Burn-sides, with a voice which was rather
husky, and consequently not so loud as it
had -been during the proceedings f the af-
;? "ernoon,..'" t-here is nothing. -to prevent oiu
i adjourn inga?" confined the chairman, ap-
|-. : pealing to about thirteen gentlemen with
fliieir,.hats in. their hands.
.. "Not-hing,---nothing!" responded several
,:.'--. comniittee-meu. :
:_. "Nothinga!t said Mr. Mlinniken, whohad
:. -' been, to. the. door-, ascertained that the apart.
,-mtnnt-iuI*hich the ladies .were assembled
'- .was-fisth&e up the passage, and that a re-
-. ;.. tfreat-l-, the -staircase was thus secured to
V* '^-tIhe Bp'riied-icts; .
"": ':-N0one.- hited-to hWs neighbor what fa-
,I;mia_ hotM.e tPd 6nehad .met hiis individ
.... ..e .; ith- lttle confuw n, a d
e.,. t ,:: Pemkble, tli*.-.enmitiet
eew -O.db .h -memen' haM
2k d.d-M r. Themplan',s h4ae in
_tip.,.-aiid ihe

-how -.- ,. -

M4' A

B1 the .:,v,-ms -i':.i from -a' iier, da t ,,. +
6.! n,- Api 1-61ite iy finml F ft-I& -by l''|
,i I.I be: 4-eJA
r l + '." H .j p +, )ll ^ t i l j e s'n i, +^ '
[:, .|;,:, \V, ern bas arrived-at Ner'-Yo k. "'
M1 C, 1 n It,, ?e flom Ihe -l,;gh excitementn t ," ar4 *::
suh.l__ ..',-ees'whIlI. .. this new, h;j c'aused..hed.hC -E
11; X i -a,:,:.t,d.e. g,,,:,d people of NewYuor. .
,u,) l.:,\,:. hbeen ii e-..:.ies. It is said Ihata-l A'.
tu:h,r ,.-:e i exprefted mn Liverpl,:c, if ri-e ae-J r'-
,.. ri: (-11e1 V,l.:rn, are c,_L_-i'md by *he Li'verp- l. '
Ii v.,_ll ki.:,-u il.:,t .dr.iA es fioaii [hlis couun-ry. .
by the I.,LTer,. it ;;,,,,-d th .r .<'r:,p ;, mi :. leaftf -, "
t!, .r \ :.t t i.- i,:,v. :.r,:ny weI ll a ,uei t;,ined (iobe. .. .
Ut~l,:., the nzre in LIveL,.ol i-, b.-,ed t,-,orm ico ; ",,
'-'" "-t".-:lutii,.i, wo may 1uok fur-stIll] LigherA ;'" "
1'iic+. .- --
I ll: (r,.:-' \\Wcern arrived at New York. ....
,n !h,. 15;lh, bit_,_.-.;n Liver[,,.,,:,l & HU s to th ; "
*-"*, Ml-r,.i,. O_- i ,:.-,!r.:--p,:,d.-nd, s u rile us thatV.- ".
!,-. ,:,1" U,-*.:.nf.:.n l',e w.e iieh.,:1 (ijin^,,, i, 5th".
M-a:,. h. W ,",_r,e-1 r(i l1,',,-t. ,,f ,, 40 %,;.
On "1" ula.!,:.h a, :,sni .-,'V rCe ,:,f ;,! i,, iJ.-per .-- "
T h ,? w,,;.:I ,_ ,,l,r: *t.h ..'..,t a le., w e re 50),(K -0 ,1 ^
whi,:h 19;,0(1t)were ,:,n :i:,e, ,lati,o,n at an adranciK .- "
of 01., iraklhj' a ".r.'] -,dvnncP fr.-,m thep Rib
.March offldiy.-d. Fnir UIpl:nd were qu.:,ted
at9id. The-'t')ek,,r. he*^2dwas 31,OOO "aitt
290,000 last. year.."
The Great INt,\0t.-rii leP Bi.t)li on the 23&d

Although not (f recent date, we insert
:the following_ a, i_ tcats mosly- of the ge-"" '
neral feahtm-:of the cotton market. The
deductions from this statement are cheer-
ing to thos-e who 0ire large holders of the
staple. Mr. Gw^AI-irmy is good authority .
we hope he-will forward us his circulars:-
-, MO""ILE, April 8, 1839.
Sir: Inn my. la.t C circular of the 22d.
'ult. I assumed,thli the crop of COton ,
.now in course of shipment would anfourA
tO 1,4(4),00-1 bales, and the export to Eu- -
rc.p:, fer the fiscal year, ending Lst Octo-
ber hext, to 1,125,0t.1' bales. Upon these"
sitbjk-cls, there is still a diversityol op-inion .
though I think-the lower estimates are now
more generally concurred in. ..
The result of.informat-ion received with- "
mn the last few days, is such as to induce'
me to'believe that-I, have', placed too -high, '-.
an estimate on both the crop'and exports, .
to the extent. probably) o9f 20,0100 to 3A,000'
bales",-adnd-fhat -h111 latter -mayshew a de- :.'.
crease of, nearly-50,t:(00 bales, .as com-, '
spared with that-of 18,7-8. .
Adhering to the ground already taken; '
not to offer. any-eonj(cture "s to- the con- -
sequences of so great a deficiency, and ad-
monished of the,,correctness of the position .
by the tenor of the late ad vices'-from* Eu- "
rope, I stilU deem it proper to. look at the *
extent of the dE mand for: our stapleW 0, ':
some years 'past, ard of- our ability to sup- -7
_.ply it for -the preseiat yeair. = -" '; + "- i .
From a statement evidently prepared.-
with much care by Messrs. Collman & Star +
terfoht, of -LiverpooL it appears that the
consumption of U. S. cotton in Europe, was "
In 1835,1. 1,(36,00. +.
In 1836, -- 1,106,007.
In IM,-L -- 1,160;000 .
And in 1838,. -.'- 1,3@1,0( "--'
The stock on hand in all the- ports of En- "
rope, on the 1st of January last, was 260,000 '
bales-to which, if we add the probable
import in 1839, (which may exceed by *'-
about 40,000 to 50,000 bales -the export of -^
the fiscal year, because of the .very mode-.--, .
rate imporf from the V. S. in November -
and December last,) say. 1.120,000 bales,...
there would be a supply of 1,380,000 bales.
At first view, this quantity would appear .
to be totally inadequate to meet the con-
sumption, looking at the progressive ii-'
crease for the lastfour years, .(and JL may
add for the last 12 years_7but it s asserted,
and with much plausibility at least,.that the
spinners and dealers held, the 1st-of Janua-
ry, a considerable surplus stock, and sup-
posing that it may be 40,000 bales, the- ae^
tual consumption of U. S. cotton in .all Eu-
rope, in 1838, was 1,351,000 bales, and then"
combining the above surplus stock of.
40,000 bales, with that in the ports On tte "-
1st January, 260,000. bales, and the import""
of the current year, 1,120,000 bales; there *
will be a total available supply for the "con-
sumption of+ Europe' 'in' 1839, of 1:,420000
against 1,652,000 bales in 1838. ,
With respect to the extent of the con-
sumption in the present year as compared
'with that of the past, -it may be safelyas
sumed that it wiUl not probably be material--
ly hncreased, and if my figures are eorrect
it will be seen that that would be~i igsssi
On the other hand, the opinion may be

advanced, that after a year of such extra-
ordinary increase in consumption, (17per .
cent in Great Britain -and 13 per cent in an
Europe,) a decrease rather than .an M;
crease may be expected ibis year, more e ,
pecially, if prices in Europe should advance. :
to a parity with thove current in the I7. ?. -
Without intending to combat such an
opinion, 1 content myself by a referencevo
the experience.of past years. In 1827, the
consumption W Great Britain, (I have,-
not at hand any sia;ement of that of all Eu-
rope) showed an increase upofh that of 182I,
of 27 per cent-still, enormous as was this
increase, the consumption of 1828 waa
greater than that of 1827, by 3 percent, and
that of each succeeding year site, hae
shewn an increase upon that of the preced- "
ing year; and with regard to the effect of
what are now considered ffgh prices, upon
the consumption, I remark, that the greal-
C:sL increase occurring in ,the 7 year _Pll-
ceding 1838, was .in 'the ye" 18. .idi
1836-when prices, on the averas, we"
higher than in any .yea sitc 1825, aaAj',
than they are ai lthis time -
Of the extent of *Mqti". of etbv
scriptions of cotton arod can t. iy n.
tIbeir substitution for thai ef the Slowu. s. ha,'.
the U. S. having no meaws- 91f Bj~w a.ir 4
any nafe or sattsafawy aarlmiaq I 1a*
press no opinion, "b uat r :o 9ey l b, ,!_ ,
facttu in relation to ft. .- .-.
The stock Vf puch Ca
ofEtrop'l 1zt Japumry,- -w i*
S201,000 bales on the .* of:
'I'he average ianpor fiar f.t|t^|gW
has bem about M:
the threv, thw eq bov.l||i~~k^
)iwmu* ft. M^*^ww ^^[BHB"^^^y

plete rout of.hor,:-., foo~nd dragoon.-, an i
the last rcnlnant :)( tif i- f.,ctib-.n, so dir;:1:.r-
o to l!i,- pe '_. ,a 1.."' -*_',,I I v f f( I I',: Il-
!i;;t.iotn u ill I-.. siE i ,.liir i V r,1 i r t n, k I,,

', c :.mr e \tilil in,;L,. iin i.-;:i\ ,,i; t't..!ni iy,- ".
|.irU i' !"A,,h_-, 1r i f 'e I.I. IIII '1 ', L- i r sm iles
'"itV t ".; 'J'" I!'. in \.' i1' ,W 'r \-e droop ,
It u ui i- i:..-rii ,,iire ,.c., ,:-,r. ,in .* -.% : ,d ardor-
u f o, r; .',_d 1. ,- i- J-,-l,.- -,, l....litions1; a
U1 ."rV oi f:,.O'l..''? . '- ll b' i,' 1. *n our pa-
o.f : i ,d i!:,.: i.. I 1; \% l' U -1 h rI-'lsl sooner"
Ili''[t tl.,-- v ). ;;[ or 0 1 ,>;.r r. \ t'. '' i !..'.ite.
T., ,it b;,:, h tl ih do.- ci: fr,\ ve xternd the
hat.] ,?.1 :.. :J t ^l!. l,;p. W ."iV n? } -, ," ;,,_; ,:i ,]
Ir,-=m ia ,mi hujbt,. r ,;,,:l h. ,.. r ,h:, ractemof
lF![ ar ,- .;iie.?;, \n,.,.!h o'i tit,,i.i_'h' wore- Onr"-
,.wv *:i.i w hl n. ri ci; il.:I -;'Y } ""'. it ,-i';,,'! ,.'::
v. ir! .-;...t t'..'.i 'f I ii. ihi.l f'r~i i<'!- .!i,.-,r i.| ,.. ".d ,:-i i~.1 ., ,*
,.''i..- r"r' r. a, t i'..'n* e h,-,. n w- ,: m eet them'
**' .:,.-: .] ii,, ..;' i i.:r !. [ L,+' ,..* v..* -'!
'iI\ .,.it '-" ,.:'.'il.,\ i,. ,. 1",_ :1 pi, ,:. dj :,fou rF lor-
i~la ,-:, _. ta:[.1. ,-..,r ,,- ".:;ila.c ourselv es
,:,,, b.-i, .nrr..n,,,,.:,! bv- *:, 'it i *' _, .,' genius s---
,-.;i ,: ;l.r*.c ,, ..' *-,*: :: i' ^ r'.:. v. i .-. l :y of the
,-,..'i ,i i-'l. "It :' ", : n l ,.* ,, t.:'. ,' v boast of
)i,.-i r : ,v ,,, t ,,'ii .l ^ .l ( 7.... :, ........ .' '. : ,irin g_ in,
,t,',-".v :.t- d t"r ,,nl!. t" ) 1 ,, ; '.:" '. t. 1. ) l ton y is
,, 'i i ,:', ,. 1, l. :, :- *\. a -! .. :. .. }I .- : I :*. .
.:j;.J1 h .. '.,-., ;.,n It, rs,, f',i ,_,. y of St..
.J -:.. lh e? mewit h.'l:r. i wi ke th\ .poetical
T'i,'; es, Il.a I ia.: .%-_,_;.,,i'e.l ert,.ln f h,.-eentious-
1,:.: **i jr.,l l, r!b .... u h,1..,: ... ii r.,_r,'." m odesty,
t. I .i.. i ['; :'] 1 .. .. u i,:r.: h ".. ve I ] o:.d the esteem of
the ;'; ,;.'v .,r- ',ii.:i t r -T,,,- In v,-,.11 ,,1al of tlie
rl rri-.:' i,, \v ._. "* ,;i.. ,_ 11 r] *.:,-, r li-'.:,l I'n ends" .he
*:'h ,] ;.' _,iii -; :. h .' b. :l- i'. S : :.r, r-.. icri o : piety
-l'l.i !' : i"\.s lW;,' i, M Iet'.v.-ul k ,11 his essence
a; ,? I. Pi1 in Ilii [,jinci, I.:- N,1rc'..n\re passby
,.,tuii ,:,,, h' a ,i:_I:; F'l:., ,.h!. ii, .- chronicle
o" h'I..u.[!r-i n:.:-*.: ?, ..nji .:*1..,1'-,1 ,of Ihe heart-
,?.i,.J!r.- b,.:>' h ri,. ,-,I :h:.- T .-,-.u I- .- I_ ;ad Scalp-
ir,'^ ktit;i'. ( ft|'t., S'ar v,:-. p 1i t-:s>; I, prospec-c
tu:, anr s..1 i,- i t;i-. r ii a- ,a h 1 ? Ip r-.,n- =e as for
unrei'-i', ; r.nd '.,r r, F1l:, .!.i-t, 11 ,%% w ish him
a ;.:,.h b,--ier ,.".: np'..i rn '.ACLU hirii.-;n Biogra-
l~hy. "F..j ',1 :,i..i ,:-.'i h l :, t..,).0,: .,n' .,a i r distant-
br:-thr.: t'i.f.m P.:--: :r.c,:, i.. iti, Atl.,ii'e, w e send
!,e,,-r pr,-'.,'rt.- ,,,e,:..i'?:-.i; Fri.\irl-.i theto unite
w, h ui, her r-i t n1.J ')1.il n t. 1.1 a :, ,1:'iing correct
I'! in,.:ral wid political. .

COL. .70S. !. VM.WHITE.
The i ,-,1, ,:,l Fl.:,i iji". reie!.:,ll\, rilpi of Ap-'
al'jcbic ,-la ir priil:')]2r, iive ,ri'i 3ause.to re-
,ne: that t|h,-ir u.,,t nx.ed y,.bhic s .erv-ant, Col.
J.): ep! I DhI: ,A t ll h.Iv,." xihi,] a-wn from
ihe? ;:.ol tio:tl arenri ,1" iI, territory. H e was
retrny ),sis '.thir iete-.':,tive' in Congress,
and w.e know r o; uf':,e :iii.-t F! ,rifllan who is
r,-; pl,.n.. of:l htm. D rihij-_ l.!i,, I,:l ^ residence
in NVALin-,Trron, he hle.t _n'.,de h-,n-lf acquaint-
ed wi-ij all th-? cwri,:,:.; i,:,n;. :-nd ,,,untercur-
ri.;s ,:,f' th,- pl.lii..' l 1 '=. '1-Aid tf -d .- tablished
aa !.' fl":, :-? Lhe.e v.-i lh vt .%% i .e wis-en--bled
t.:, d, .:.l," ,:, i'.ry .i'lI .h :,=: _iVe; T ht:r:- people of.
Ap-.i.cthicula have -,iuw\hL ilir appreciationo n
Of, his tbli'Friii and c,-.ii u'et y pi.,,=:ri'ing him a
.il:,eib vn-e lhhti.ii l'l,? tire,1 itt {he b-::;t style of
c'a ,:,: c-1 :br'fr:,J ( :.".'s' M )i.,,.i!id .5 Brothers,
of N1,.w York. -Hi;5 a"'-r ;wl!-t;.? t thereof,
wiih the apl:,oshe ai.,'ori[ ziin' of ;he N. Or-
Ire-, ns Bee, \,ill b, f-,luid In our colmn. We
pr.,:-ic for Col,. Wehic.= a-; brlih t .1a career in
Lou, -irL":,, nid as l I a- r'_ i mead ,:,f fame, as
ihsat which he has -,cMi,_Vf.d wikh us. He has
ihe .-.').,d uiilIes of hli, old constituency-. Can a
.,oliih ii.. :-,. 6k frr iore
C',,l D,_v.n.w n N. t,, i'.s relire:-e eted usfor the
la'L t [..:, yVear_, ba-i, ht,:,u,_-bh the ku b-inity of his
miain,?rs, and h.i- urrfiniel'-i" 7,-,'11 for the-inter-
c.;s ,_,f Florida, aoquiierl a cel:briiy and influ-
ence uarly e,.-,I to that ,:,f'! Wlhite, andthis
in the qh,:,r: -pace of i)wo yeTrw.. He is again
b-f':,re thel' p-ople as a c,\ndi, 1l1,, and will no
d,:''b b- reiurne. wxthf a veIry lia-,e majority.
"l-e rk,',-v'.;- try ci'f "..-dini; a d&.1! _.v-.%: ho hpEs es-
itbl'-.hed an infl neni-eP =a -' jr,:,n,isself-ev-
idenc if every o.-,n? in, t:t 'oui.-minunily ; we have
itnyIu favor,, 1.) .-b.aiii fl,:,m th,--- (i. ',:-i alGovern-
nient, and mrii :e-nd-L man who i rI,? mostlike-
lI to ,:b am ilitn. We o:,:.r r Fl.-.rida pecu-
harly !t::rnainte, u,:,w Lit', ,o;,, eminent a repre-
setjiat,%ve as Ck:.l. Wlhi:,- hass iv.hdr'iwn, in fil-
ln, np the gap ,.- no'.- :',, r -;., w, ll ,,leulated to
adv~n',-e h::r int,_r,._:.t_ a: The ne-ws from all I,-irrs; ,:f th,: Territory is
*" che-erin Li thec friend,:s,," (l',C:,1. Dj-.vT, ing." The
ftoll,:.wihg-spetik- in derided termis of the result
.of the al:proaelhing e~e>t','n j:
Extracti .:,f a le'r.er. dated
Tt.tL. .Hwr;-t, At'aL 5, 1839.
Downing i h,.re c.'_rryiui? all before him.--
, A duiiner was ,"iven hirn on [he 3d:, by the citi-
zens of this place Balizell's, opi,,.-,iion I re-
ganld as worse thaii t',eble. D:'u"irns vs/ill get a
greater majority ore\r him ,7(,.,;n hf w':/! gelt votes."
'" Ward is. now ab-.,':Il f'r,:, tthe Territory,
-and n ill not return, in al! prob'ibhlii till after
r the election. WVy.jii is he~mr; t ,,,':nl for Dow-
;ning. Mr. Baltzell has surely been very illy
advised T..e best eoiirse for him to pursue is
(1.1 withdraw this name forihwhih, and damn his
Friends for its political,.'intrue" "-t n."

The Adminisira:ion par;i'hy ie elected their
- Mayr and Aldrmen by a large.i majority.-
f Twelve Wards out of 1'; gave Varian the vote
? for Mayor. The oppo:iiion c;.fll it a Hessian
r victory on the part of the victors, and ascribe il
to cheating and chicanery. We have seldom
heard of a man being whipped who did not at-
t tempt to prov-a that he could have shipped his
' opponents. The fact is, there was foul play on
3 b)ih sides; and neither party wwo have sanc-
droned i legal pracices, have a right to complain,
, if they h:,ppen to beoiuiwdicd.
We do noi advocaie the do<'[rirje that all is
S fair i, pohlnics The greatest !,afery for our po-
h1 hicai ight ai t in t i t ,e r voice of our owr
I freemen., rnd we consider him a traitor whowill
bring to the polls the vote of aan unnaturalized
foreigner, or elect his candidate by illegal prae-
t tices.

,his ni i gn' It'l I. i'.-, ,, h,:mn i10 'u h,-.let, f e.-
terday, the,case. tI' 'i e i: ,j vs. J. C. Mac-
lay, an..a charge of',.. .i,_-,; .1;i, the assets -of the
Commercial Bank.' TL; j \! y,,aftei retiring for,
a few minutes, brought in a verdict of NOT GUIL-,
TY. W. H. Brockenbrough for the Territory,
a ii,, .,:t-i-. Duval & Westcott for the defendant.

"/ SOUTHERNR EV17'.- -
- We shall publish in our next tfhe proposals to-
rcvive this highly valued 11 t .,:,t'- -.,.; The
0outhare all interested in its re-produsction:

The. following act of the Legislature Was
passed last year:- "
An act to provide for the erection of a
Court House and fail in the counties of
Franklin and Calhoun.
SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor
and Legislative Council of the Territory of
Florida, That the County Courts of said.
counties may assess a tax for the year 1838,
equal to the Territorial tax, to be exclu-
sively used in' the erection of Jails and
Court Houses.
Passed Feb. 10, 1838.
Approved Feb. 11, 1838. .
In conformity thereto taxes wera as-,

their ;c-vural avocalo-n;. San.led wh-: the
turm resol'11 to pass the i',.llrr ider of i 0"lr-',.
days in an no,,btrnu ive cae,-r r amonm the-ir
fellow mnen. in the enjoy, m,-nt o,, f .,!ri' O ,ie

F O RC 0 N R E S 9 ,


The unminent position to v.hich A.i'lach-
icila has been rl-.;ate.l by ;h,- en:-' ..i-i,-
aii..I in,.ustry of herr merchants, a:n,l the:-
prospectik e r,:ank, to v.h'h c -heo t i? d.s,(iht, i
to arrive, among her sit.:r cities ,,f hi,-.
G'ltl"of M-_xicoi, woud lead to ti,, suppc -,:.
tion, that w t .l- AP--!.\t.P,.CH!c,,L ('oiG-11 rI R !IOUt i1.
be cn':.i itete with a talenti a,:nd abilitycon-
nte n .-u rate wilh th e iI ll o r1 a r) o f til ..'
Town in .On,'li it is puti -ktd. Thee F,.Ii-
tor must con-.,-quertly i',"el doubiful of:-utc-
cosl-l'tully m ,-eeting such lilih expectations,
and, were it not for Ii' Il co.-ri 'e.ti..,n that I iiI
Patronb will be 1,:nie-nt in thi-ir cen-ur,-s.
when aware of his endr-aor to mcrit hli,-_r
approbation, and of the lihnt-ty of hi, opi-
nions, which can only be- infit:r:ced by his
zeal for thbt welfare of the human 1'a rily,
and hi-s warnm desnr', to see tli Conmn ,-rt'-
and Free Institnivons of his. ('otCntry -u"-
tain,:d at h1ote anid admired v.broant, he
would h. --deterred from making the at-
A-, th, conductor of a Press in a ('Ity, so
essentialy commercial, he .%ill devim i; his
dtity, to bco:m.:- pre-emintninly the chanm-
pion of linat bulwark of ournational a;_.-2ian-
dizeitnn, and thu perprtuily of our Liber-
ties, the commerce of the Unit,:-,1 Slates,"
and whether attacked by this party, or LPN,
that, lie v.ill never .,w:.. from advcatmg
suchi policy as will enhance its glory and
promote its permanency.-
In the fl.:,wery patlhs of Literature, he
will use hli .- skill in catering to tihe public
ta-le, in such manner as to induce a healthy
tone in its moral condition, culling aand se-
l,-ctin,,c frcim ithe ex.uberarnt grov.th of gc.-
nini l s t oe olid, the instruclive and the
H.e conceives that th- best security to
our republican form of Governmncnt is to
b>2 found in the encouragement given to the
Arts and Scienic s. Talents and amnbition,
which otherwise tihlit be detriment.l to
the State, are thus brouht into proper ec-
lion, and beltowud upon ennobling and be-
nefic'al objects: Occupati,-,n, the greatest
preventive of c:%il, is thereby afforded to an
illimitable population, and, although in our
vat unimproved dem;tini, a wide field is
open to the honest hu.,nbandmnan, apnd to tlhe
industrious of every profSsion, =.till theii
measure of happiness would be but small,
were not tile ruggedness of their enterprise
softened by the benign lntiuence of tlie art-,
and their power of endl.;ance inigorat,-d
by tile St0xcizm of Science. Con'i,tering
these high atlainments as pecIuliarly con-
ducive to our inmprovement, both morally
and politically, his columns will always be
open to aid their efficacy, by calling the
attention of the public to tile rapid strides
which are constantly making towards their
Although the Apalachicola Courier will
be devoted, especially, to the dissemination
of commercial nws, and to the advocacy of
measures calculated to advance commercial
interests generally still tlhe discussion of
political subjects must, of n,'cessity, add to
-its usefulness, and ntake it more acceptable
to its Palrons. The Editor, therefore, feels
bonnd to declare the position he will as-
sunte in relation thereto. It cannot be de-
nied, that most men prefer adopting the
opinions of others, without redeetiin, ra-
f her than take the trouble of t'rinkiltg f,:r
themselves--thence arise the preposterous
errorsr, not only in polhtics, but in the eve-
try day occurrences of life', which are only
developede, when divested of the sophistry
-" which gave them birth, antd the halhtciia-
-tion which matured them. This disincii-
) nation to reflection, and the prone-ness ol
human nature to allow feelings to bias the
* .judgment, have made it an arduous task foi
r the Pr'ess, to avoid failing into the Scyllaol
._one political party', or llhe Charybdis of art.

r other-nevertheless, and although it may
- appear presumptive, it will be his aim to
" steer a middle course, as the safest in ar.
riving at truth.-" In medio titissimus ibis,'
and he hopes, by shunning the dangerous:
I- extremes of party feeling, his political creed
* being untrammelled by the dogmas of any
age or set of men, and 6y judging of means
ure's by their utility-and prospective results
and of men by their motives and actions--
- to establish a Free and Independent Press

P ,.oI. t"RATN. 0 r e .

T he neirch: !> ;:t, 'il 'ttii,-.:, of the city
of A p:uh;! icn m anif' prese:t,-"tive. J,:o e'l. M. Nhi E.i.. b% th.
} 1,' s*> ,110. ,ni ,f a ru ._, : i !, ,_ -. ,. i :] ,-.

specin,.n of art. The vase lh,',-,_, ;mnd
heavy, r. -pr_- ,_.riii tn I : ttft.i w 0 ..1 .,.,t
w ork t ,'i.-' i- i er A r, l- .'oi:.'. tir,? !*.,'!t i.,
the city~approached by ships, steanTmers oii,
boats. The-river'is overhung above 'and-
below with magnolias and live oaks. Upon
each handle projecting-from the sides isan
American eagle, said to be taken from one
executed for Mrs. White. in gold by a cele-
brated fabricant in Paris:- The top is
mounted with a Florida buck :,ur]ini^
through the forest. The inscription on the
side stands thus:
BY ,^ ,
The merchants and citizens of Apalahicola,
Florida, as a testimonial of fi :t'r r,- _I for
the purity of his private chardacter-admi-
ration for-his distinguished talents, and
gratitude for his eminent services.m
Altogether as a specimen of art, and,
more so as a specimen of munificent liber-
ality, by the merchants and citizens of one
of the most flourishing towns of the Gulf
of Mexico, it cannot be. seen without admi-
ration and delight.
The merchants have done us the favor
to send us a copy_ of the letter which ac-
companied the vase, which we regret to
find is too long for our columns. It con-
sists of a recapitulation of the services of
the object of their liberality already, so well
known to tha public. We extract only the-
"Apalachicola, March, 1st, 1839.
Sir-The undersigned- hae :been ap-
pointed a committee on behalf of a fortion
of their fellow citizens of Apalachicola, to
tender to you the accompanying vase as a .
testimonial of the high sense they enter-
tain of your distinguished public services
and private worth, and as a mark of grati-
tude for, and approbation of your-zeal and
assiduity in supporting,; in your public ca-
pacity, their rights -and interests.
In making, this communication, we can-
not forbear allusion to your course of po-
litical and official life, marked:as it has been
by a duration unexampled in the history'of
our territory, and by results of great im-
portance to its welfare at the most even'ful
period of its history."
-Signed by HIRAM NOURSE,
Annexed will be found Col. White's re-
sponse to the above flattering testimonial
of the Confidence and regard of his former
New Orleans, March 14th, 183019.
GENTLEMEN-I have had the honor to re-
ceive from you as a committee of the mer-
chants and citizens of Apalachicola, .the
splendid vase which in their great kindness
and munificent liberality they have done
me the honor to present to me.
I feel myself utterly incompetent to find
language adequate to the expression of the
profound sense of obligation I am under
for this, and all other manifestations of the
confidence and consideration of the people
of Florida.
I was in your service for twelve years in
the congress of the United States, during
the whole of which period I received con-
stant evidences of your continued confi-
denceInd unabated support, and now that
the situation of myr private affairs have
rendered' it necessary that I should devote
some attention to them and I have been
obliged to resist your almost unanimous
solicitation to return, the pain of separation
has in -some degree been assuaged by the
testimonial I shall always have before m%,
of your affection, and approvala. I can say
with an illustrious colleague from Virginia
with as much truth as he did, that no man"
ever had better c-onstituents."
For the last six years, spending my win-
ters in Washington, and summers in Europe,
I had but little personal intercourse with
my fellow-citizens. I must say, underthese
circumstances few instances of such dis-
interested and unsolicited support, have
been shewn- in our country.
The magnificent vase you have seat-me
will be a monument of your own enterprise
and industry. You have within four )'ears

erected a city in the wilderness, the front of
which so beautifully represented will com-
pare favorably with that of any other in
the union.
I shall never cease gentlemen, to cherish
for you, and those whom you represent the
liveliest giatiiude for this distinguished
compliment. I beg you to accept and con-
vey to the merchants and citizens of Apa-
lachicola the assurances of the high con-
sideration of respect, and sincere senti-
ments of friendship with which I am eer
truly your,
JO$. M. WH.ITE,.

At a meeting of the associated Presidents
of the Marine Insurance Companies, held
in New York, the rate of premiums -thence
to American ports in the Gulf of Mexico,
was raised 2 per cent. on board Ships and
Brigs, and to two and a half on board Seho=-
neers and Sloops, and to Mexican portia to
two and a half per cent.-Charleston Cber.
Dr. Duncan is a genuine Buckeye.--O
A Buckeye by netiity but a Sockem by
pr c.^mtct d***

$1,902 17

sessed amounting to -"
Of which .there has been collec-

1,259 45


Leaving this amount still due by
defaulters, $642-72
We give the above facts in order that some
measures may be adopted to apply these
funds ;to the. object for which the taxes
were lvied. _As the City Council have
been so energetic in raising' the money to
build a Jail, it is. surprising that they- have
not made application to-the County Court
for the above amount; it would enable
them to add another story to the Jail, and
perhaps to build it of granite.,
The Franklin Land Company are de-
faulters to the amount of $270. Plank the
money down, gentlemen, and- your proper-
ty will be worth more than the tax you pay
for protecting it. This remark is suitable
to all those who are in the same situation.
As for a Court House, Col. Downing has
pledged himself that we shall have one at
the expense of Congress, if we ask for it.
If it isvorth having, it is worth asking for.

Mr. Editor:-Sir, Charles Downing, Esq.
hag visited us. We have heard hin express
publicly, principles and sentiments which
do honor to his head and heart. Among
the most prominent of which, is his politi-
cal position with regard to the present ad-
ministration. In an open, frank, and inde-
pendent manner, he avows his partiality
for the present administration, because they
are the friends of his constituents, and the
friends of Florida. All who listened to this
gentleman's speech, delivered on the 10th
inst., bow in admiration to his eloquence,
his high attainments, his purity of senti-
ment, and his patriotic love for his own
fair Florida," and it will gratify his friends
abroad to learn that he is properly appre-
ciated, and will receive a very large majo-
rity of the Votes of this county. To those
who heard him on the occasion alluded to,
it is needless to define the Positions of a
man who stands before them, clothed in all
the majesty of Philanthropy, Patriotism,
and truth.
Mr. Baltzell's speech was a lawyer-like
mystification of Banks and Banking. He
tells the people that they, poor souls are
to be enormously taxed, to the full amount
of the Territorial Bonds pledged to the
Banks. He does not, however,, tell them
that the securities to the Territory are
double the amount of Bonds granted. No,
sir ; he prefers to mystify, to misinform the
people upon this subject. Let the gentle-
man come out and tell the people, that in
1830 and '33, agriculture was paralyzed,
credit impaired, and that general bankrupt-
cy prevailed throughout the Territory.
Let the gentleman then draw a parallel be-
tween that dark period and the now pros-
perous and happy state of our people. And
what has wrought this cheering result .?L-
Why, liberal charters, the introduction of
foreign capital, the establishment of Banks,
and the consequent facilities of trade and
agriculture. Charters were granted com-
Imensurate with the wants of the people,

and certain unalienable rights therein so-
lemnly guaranteed. And now Mr. Baltzell
asks us, (after stock has been subscribed
for, and the operations of the Banks iden-
tified and interwoven with, our interests,)
to withhold the Territorial pledge from
these institutions, and thus to tarnish our
fair escutcheon with the deep and damning
disgrace of having dishonored our name
and credit, both at home andabroad. This
new code of legislation, this new subject of
.local Banks and. politics, presents to the
public this state of facts : That there are a
set of hungry political aspirants, prowling
about-Tallahassee, who are to ride into
power npon this new humbug of the day.
Mr. Baltzell is to be their ch,mpton and
leader to this Work of regeneration and re-
form. Even in this city, there are some
who have raised the cry of Baltzell, Banks
and reform, with the forlorn hope of patch-
ing up their own shattered political for-
tunes, following this gallant leader trium-

phantly to the highest pinnacle of political
fame and glory, and thtu to reap the re-
ward of their zeal and loyalty.
But, Sir, I hope better things of this com-
munity and of this Territory, and from the

Loud complaninisare made every where abdnt
the irregularity of the maiLs, no doubt with just
cause. Amos has done uis justice, and we ought
to Wazen it obrth, as it appears a very remarka-
le cLrcurm.ance. Our mail* arrive here with
greal regularity ; we however ascribe it as mueh
to Lte fu.ae6 aeivity of the m:iil contractor,
,MeBrL Sinith & Bennett, as to the kindnesi'bf-
tie,,Nt Master General. Now if Mr; Kendall
would so arrange the mail that it arrived here
at WSW 19 houft iu ore it elo,-ed, so that we.
could give our readers long extracis from.the
latest dates, Wfora they Oecome stale, we should
cOnside him a prince ofpstmasiers. At.prees
aMn, tlh mail is due here a|*iut 6 hours Wefore it
is lscawtagais. How can we in that space pu
up new matter print anv mail our paper.
The.yaluable disquisition of hi.I.NOLTE on the
Cotmm Market.1has crowded out many matters of




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Aclual Total Exports, 31,)66
Computed-stock on hand and on
ship board ................ 2,000
Computed total receipts, 33,266

Barque Atlantic, Uncertain,
Brig Ann, For New York,
Brig Opulence, ', ,,
Bria" S;bra, -.
B I i Suquehannah, 41
Brig Souer;er, I,
Sehr F A Brbwn Key West,
Schr J B Woolford, Havana,
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ke LIVERPOOL...Per barque Ellen;988 bales ctroi
he Per barque Cumberland, 1296 -do
GREENOCK.. Per ship Marion, 967bales cott-o
e- H-AVANA Per brig Ellsworth,, 50 cords wood:
OI NEW YORK..Per ship Merchant, 1490-.1W,
ry cotton. -
id Per ship W. Irving, ON bales cotteih.
10 Per ship Hogarth, 1096 do.
X- Per brig Deborah, 141 do&
e Per schr. Liberty, 118 do- SNhide
t. Per schr. Henry, 151 do
a Per schr. Redwing, 640 cedar logs.
n- BosON.,. Per schr. Van Buren, 70bales ca
e- +ton, 156 cedar logs, 166 hides; '
CHARLESTONq.. Pe'r ?hr.. D .rusilla, 153 itak
In cotton. \-
)f NEW-YORK. Per brig Somerset.: 8 boxes mda
) 2 pr mill stones, 2 qpinelles, 2 drivers, to Harpei
e &.Holmes; 3 boxes mdz to B T Caro 38 boxe
m. dz, 12 cases-do, 4 casks do 2 bales do, 4 bls do
" 3 kegs, 2 bags, 3 baskets, and 1 bljto Dodge, K611
& McKay; 55 bales mdz, 3 cases do, 18 cask
n do, 2 balesi 3 bls, 2 hhds and 6 baskets, 1 pack
, age, I coach, I barouche, 24 bellows, 273 bar
e iron, 3 kegs nailsl pr screws, to H R-Tayloz
S& co ; 6.boxes mdz to T L Mitchell I box mdz
to H Darden; 5 boxes mdz, 30 packages do'
bhds do, to Raymond & Talman; 10 boxes mdz
e ot W M Megget(; 8 packages mdz, to H CGain
e 29,boxes tin, 28 bdls sheet iron, 2 do, copper, 4 c
wire, 1 roll lead,-6 pigs tin, 1 keg, 3 boxes, 2 .kgs
Y to Roberts, AIlen & co-; 1 box .mdz 1 case do -1
a Goldstein & co; 3 cases, to W C Dickinson 27
s boxes, 7 bls, 1 keg, 2 casks, 1 hf bbl, 2 baskets,,to
, to G W Ross & co ; 2 cases mdz, 5"trttnk.sdo, 1
r boxc do, 1 bl, to. Hamilton Sp. co; 20 boxes Idz,
r 11 trunks do, 3 bales, 4bls, to' G W Porter ;&
, boxes mdz, 2 cases, 3 casks, 7 hds, 2 crates, 14 an-
+ viIs, 1 balance beam, I doz .scythes, -to Harrison
& Raney-;" 3.braces, I case-,2 pkgs,'- bl," to N G
Porter; 1 box to Brown, Brooks & co.
SNElw-ORLEANS...Per schr Talma.. 70bls pork,
10 sacks cotton seed, 3 boxes pipes, to John Smith,
13 boxes tobacco, to W Thompson-; 2 iron shafs
r to Dodge, Kolb & McKay ; 5 hhds joles, 3 do
sides, 2 do shoulders, 96 bls flour, 36 pices bag-
ging, 15 coils rope, 2- casks hams, 2 do sides, 1
box and 1 bundle, to order. .
Per schr Bolina.. 3 casks bacon, 5 bbis flour,
do sugar, Nourse, Brooks & co; 4 bls sugar, 30
do flour, S H Hartshorne ; 3 casks -bacon, 15 bis
sugar, N Hawley & co; 20 bis .whiskey, 30 do
flour, W H Stark; 48 bls flour, 30 do sugar, 20
do Whiskey, 10 do pork, 10 do molasses, 5 casks
bacop, to M Clark.
Receipts from the Interior.
COLuMBUs-Per steamer Siren : 6 bales cotton,
to Harper & Holmes; 44 do. to W. S. Emdry.
Per steamer Chamois-128 bales cotton; 86
do. Bennett, Chitty & Grace; 27 do. M. Peni-
IRwvnToN-Per steamer Irinton, this morn-
ing: 2W8 bales cotton, J. Flournoy; 46 do. W. G.
Porter 3 do. S. H. Harlshokme; 13 do. Stubbs.
Per steamer Irwinton-92 bales cotton, W. Ir-
win; 24 do. R. C. Spann; 6 do. 8 boxes mdze, 1
trunk do. to Dodge, Kolb & McKay.

Persteamer Irwinton-Dr. Longnecker, Messrs.
R. C. Spann, E. Cole, A. N. Robinson, W. Ir-
win, T. Yarbropgh, J. German, Thorn, J. G.
Ruan, Hopkins ; J. B. Carroll, H. Luce.
Per steamer Chamois--Col. Battle, -Messrs. J.
Bennett, W. M. Meggett, M. Peniman, Will-
iamIs. +
Per Commerce, on Saturday--Gen. Jrio. P.
Duval, Messrs. H. R. Taylor, A. Rogers, C.
O'Sullivan, T. J. Butler, C. Aloe, Walker.
Per Commerce, this morn ing-A. Thompson,
lady and family; Messrs. Catlidge, Holwook,
Swartwout, Wm. Parker.
Per steamer Irwinton, this morning-Mr.
Flournoy and lady, Mr. Sherman and lady;
Messrs. R. C. Spann, A. J. McAlister, J. D. Ro-
land, Stubbs, Cushmae, S. Sutton, Lanning. -


J. DAY S& CO.,
a pr24 1 52 Water street, .Apalacicolb.

,_. -- TJal, Al937,776
a+ P;'..b:b',:- *;"Lk at tr:,; 1:1, P 2,! Is11, 7:.'l 1b l,-s
,-,i It '!!:,r- "5,-' n.,i,.d that the crop of 1838
5 i- in l 183) ha; b-.:-n pti down ait 1,551J li-:l
S kI., ie;, i :ad o-,f i,5(i .l, .:n) b:-1l ofi, 0ained-
" it, ih.:- prievius e.(ifnah ot' Janu;.lrv 12.
as ai,.h,-ugh. it may he connfidtntly be.llevtd
ta tlh:ill,- -ii, t will prove the, correcf-one, flie
[" fotb ir hi.4 s beh -L ipii-d a. the iieditumin
bet xcvi;:cI1 Ihoe -dvoc(;,l o,5s o"f the [ wo extremie-.
\ Ti.- ha, r?-.nd,:,n1 hith filie io10 ,P r,_-?,dIle4s,
d as th- qu,+siion, >:i r, ,.-l; d,,,i- not rest
%% .Ih :.i dif.rnc,.- ,e nc,- li, nav ofb .r1_),0
t b~i,-- ill th [,,'f.duet ,-, ihi,. crop.
!-t, Inl ,uiw ;',z, th,. ircedinH stir ate,

1 .'Jilil..lI -:r-.lv ;*..-;. i-.'. e'1, alth! i ip; it illay
r tJ_ .i:'1.C_.- i t i i ,.1 l1a p ,,, b ti l-
1- -, di m -"y Lo
I '.- ." .-ir\ i', ,Ii-..v iir_' r,:.;iier' ; i ter'lh;l. i1,o
A lic i ill i,!?p-I'-rl;T t 11'it, \oi! lh it ten&d to
-"3 l.-, lttt thael_- res..llul t f ih:- next 2r'owIh
I0 o:f Cotolln in thish coninl', Iv, -.,oin z na ital
11n ii.-ti-.l in lth. -eal: oof Americani a.d E.u-
)- i'opc n int,:i',-:-I.S engisi .d Ill this traffic. If
0 instead of enjoying the oI eneil-s of a most
propitious s.-ason and yielding abundance
u in e\ery Cotton di-ttiict, the incl,-mencie. of
), tlie season, and other causes, should defeat,
v the enc-rfh:; of Ainerican planters, an un-
v precedented scarcity of long stapled Cot-
[ ton is likely to he feit in the course of 18(10
of,\vhihh it will Lie difficuh to calculate the
e extent, ilhe effect, and the remedy. Foradn
- hitting even thiat the next growth should
d gite l ER5 OO bales, at least 3(0,0t0l0 bales.
-more than the present one, how will the
t Consuinptiion be met, if per chance it should
. incr,?ase in the ratio of last veal's consurnp-
4" tion-thal is 13 i,,r i:eni ? In tile folhov; ing
estin.tte an aswver may be founa to meet
* this question.
The -t:,:k *-f" Awer-ri;'n C'ot ot_, on b:hli ide' of-,
I- A 1 i ,iti t;, e;uJ f: hf ihe .-'ti fr .i v1 -, r
and i.-?,:,ditr l'__' [o t1..e ,.?.I i)lLep -b..v-, WJi' ,ph -)
1 b Li. ) b? -,' -14 b les.
1--t-..l. 7iolvil fior l.39and
1 .^1+0, 1,1 li l. nSu,<_6 ,ili 1 .-,'_') IY>0R" t
! ___ i'
T otal s,.ip1 I, ,:.f 18!0, i,';,-t-t ]
? Thi,? onIIuinpli.,rn of 'lr,- nurient viar; alir late I
a; ifhi ha:; b-ern wi h ain incre'a-e ofonlh 4 per ]
' e,:.-E i.[,,':.n that of 1' IS , i whih now no l :,nEer
t,_hni.; of' anv u ne';rtiid tV,) ,-tUl.r 1.31',,l14i), a.;l..i f-.r siuplp:.o;ed in,:,- ss.;, 8 per (
>-nDI. which wll give, 1, lI.'1.0 bales., t

S'lcplus vtock, ont 31f D~c. 1810, "'7,8-11 0
The aggegat, increase of co,.sunlplion ]
of American ..)nons in Europe, duringthe:,
pa-nt year, hlas been 231,376 bahcs over that
of 1837, no li-ess than 210 per cent. whilst the s
!oral cosnufnptin of all sorts reduce the [
itit:.ea >,, to, \iy 123#' per cent. It hasthere-
fore chlieriy fallen upon the. supply fronten
A.enirica. To e.\pict lihe !amnt extraordi- -
niary -atio of increatte during the approach- '
lin, inev lia,? pr.,-?alence of high prices, f
w,-uld bc: a-t:'sued. But ni rating the incrEase a
of ihe cin'rent year at and that of tile next ti
at- 8 per cent. olllN, it Is supposed no serious
er-or can h.e cc-Omitl'd-the average rate a
of incr':ase dutriiri the lfie years preceding il
183.3. (Y.'hiih is thus totally iefl aside) Ila- d4
Ing been 6 3-5 per cent.
Sonl sr 'I.- ,- l..?e:rawitempled to be laid t
...... .e p.,sslile linp:,:)r-t from Bonlbov, to- fr
wards tile end -of tt,? year, as lik-,ly to V
counteract the elRfict of a short supply from
tlh., United States, and a London Circular of C(
the 24th November, from (-one of the first
a~ih.ilrities in Ihe inercantile world, con-
tain.; the following paragraph :
"The .ba,:k%%ardness of arrivals of the d,
Ifewi :ootlon may enable holder to sustain d(
pri: a!ms becomes extensive, and if the Anteri- ,tb
can crop promises 1.700,00 IBales, a certain -01
reaction will probably take place, for pre- -d
sent prices (.5 to 7Id for Uplands) will in- si
%ite large imports from Bombay, and thus
bring us tio the close ofithe year with aug- a
rented stocks.' lu 1;834, the prices of fair
IUpland rated from 81 to 9Wd ; in 1835,.they '
were from 9 to lid; ia 1836, from 9-Lo "
10d ; a-id in 1836, they' fell from l10{ down T*
i,: 6 ; this last being neither more nor less .
itlanl ^ short of the- inedmtm price of the *l
above London quotation, 6^~d. If this price ts
then may answer as a stimulus to heavy 1_
Imports "from Bombay; it is somewhat d,
strange that ,he prices or" 1834, higher by a
33 per cent. aud those of !1835 and 1836 l,i
higher by'50 per cent, should have had so
very' moderate an effect, for the imports p.'
(erom., the Ea-st Indies into Great Britain p
dtrrlng rhe last five years, the consumption
'and th~e stocks at the end of each (reduced o (
into bales of 300 lbs.) were sa follows:;~
Siock-ai the 'omn- Consump- Ili
.' menceeient~of -_Import, dn ring lion during
Years each.'vear, each year. the year Ti
1834 : .tM- 54,-8.. '116,306 .li9173 th,
'l3.6.7 148,691. 130,1i2,7 sir

j -.-,. 1-1, .,.:_.J -, ,.. -a j JM :.

iofie4". o;42War .IreeUJ siaiBut.
* a p r "2 4 1 ut *:4 .' ^ :i :: + { + .'* ; '


,apr24 1

e The 6ie' *ellbuilt Brirish barque AT-'.'-
SK~y LANTIC, wfill tate-a cargo foi Liver- '
afs pool or other British port. For freit'
apply to Captain T+ Sc', th, or to ;:

jj COMMECI"l, LNE--Thi-ewllknown
^Q;7 gular-packet brig OPULENCE, Robin-
a son, Master, has her entire cargo en-
raged and going on board, and will sail on tim-
insL For pas.sage aply on board, or lo
apr34 1 51 Water street, Apalachicola

j~j^ T-he fast sailing packet ig',*NN,
Benedict m aster, will sail to-moitjow,
A and can accommodate several passen-
,ers, in addition to those already engaged. For,
assage, or for.freight, apply to- the Captain dik
card, or to DODGE, IKOLB & M KAY,.
apr23 39 A .4Waaerwf

-lLV.Lii iB.; *-,. <-; .'

Ship. FLORIDIAN; (new) W Pratt, maao*.
Ship --*-, (new) J S Doane, +do +
Ship WASH. IRLVNG, _P W Latlham do
:Ship -, (new) E Ta-lot,. do .
These vessels are of light draught of wate,"
built expressly for the trade, of best material
copper fastened and coppered, with handsome"
accommodations, and will sail punctual.y as'ad-
vertsed. The price of .passage is W50 without
liquors. All goods forwarded to the sub-cribei*
in New York will be shipped free of commi-'
S4.water st, Apalachicoab.
aprW4 1 cy 84 south st, New York.

DIED in this city, on the 16th inst., of dropsy
in the head, EDwIm, infant son of James Y. and
Adeline Smith, aged 14 months.

CLEARANCES since 1&thj inst,
April 16. Bark Ellen, Raisbeck, Liverpool, J
Day & Co.
16. Ship Sarah Parker, Davis, Charleston, D
B Wood.
17. Ship Merchant, Cunningham, New York,
Goldstein & Co.
1-8. Ship Washington Irring, Latham, New
York, Noarse, Brooks & Co.
18. Schr Liberty, Burgess, New York, J Day
& Co.
19. Bark Cumberland, Power, Liverpool, J
Day &.Co.
19. Brig Deborah, Sturtevant, New York,
Dodge, Kolb & McKav.
19. Schr Henry, Pepper, New York, Master.
Drusila, Kelly, Charleston, Dodge,
Kolb & McKay.
19. Schr Elizabeth, Ells, Charleston, Master.
Pallas, Hadfell, New Orleans, Elli-
;on & Ropes.
22. Ship Hogarth, Crocker, New Yo&.
Schr Van Baren, Ayres, Boston, Elion
,Ropes. .
23. Ship Marion, Pamn'e, Greenock D. B.
24. Brig Ellsworth, Homer, Havana, H R
raylor & Co.
24. Schr Aligator, Lewi*, St Marks, Master.
Redwing, Lufkin, New York, W W
ARRIVED inee l th.
Brig Sabra, Winslow, New York, C Rogers.
Brig Susquehannah, Holmes, SL. Marks, C
Brig Somerset, Green, New York, Elison &
chsr- Aligator Lewis, Tarepit, Mbler.
Talma, Burrows, New Orleam iu .
Bolina, Miner, New Orleans, Maier..
Steamer Irwinton, Brown from Irvinton.
Siren, Leonard, Kes Cohlibu
,-. Clharaois, Grace, "
Commerce, Smith, foro Ch-- toc-

U. S. luamer Izard, frm Tampa 9O.

ni-mor Ocacee, Bar*s fp r Cohfflbaf
Irwimpn, Brown, for h'lrin .
Com merce, Smiah,lbrChaft hB
Wnw-0uLmans, Ap IS. .. 1 i B^- ioad

Sn .' ,. ^,s
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URING my absence from the city, MAA -I
TIN SNYDER is my authorized agent.
opr23 39 WM. H. WILDER.,

JUST received by bri Somerset,-a ,fite W
sortment of ashonale Leghorn and Pal
leaf Hats. H-AMILTON & Go,
apr 23,36_, 47 Water i. -

A CABD9...
T HE su scriber havnu seean &Arertfil
meal in the Apalachicola Gtazete of a*
20ih inst. signed IL Manley, jiurionng j
he has iafringed an his veste:jgLju ia erf-
ing a Cotton Press in this eirr,,AWr the i'for-
ion of the public, I resp!ctully sta, that
presses are erected under a MAt xr ,Il
by the United StaLM dated 2mad uly, 1836, whd
can be seen on application to -Ae rtler, il
Ihe Geprgia & Alabama HqPM, lifauw
certified copy of & S. Sc ipt's pause,
which sa"d Mauley claims'= L hif !L W-
amirnftio of said patent and prses'ti
sees they ame two spaTals PR *, for two pil.
aenrelyte rent ia ihLeirprelatIdwO
for.Thesiuln purpose ) I WOlM tile '
that I ali the origial larIiP~r -,,.a _irut~
Press, GLOP the fi yrwlti k u bM. 44l
aM morem dMI-20ysaft: ss- UiNt "
dmeod -by as worth itus.^w idi.lg

epress lt give erwei ui aM.
fcrm.,-. ptwi,-t rl iiirf
awaant af ~besps. ;, is*a^Sh
I a ctim~ big 4" *ri K^



Brig LEONORA, D. Sharpe, Master.
OPULENCE, M. S. Robinson, di "
Brig -- (new) J. R. Bedell, do.
i 2EOLUS, Jones, Master.
These vessels are all of the fprt class,"ligh
draught, and built 'expressly fo' the tradea-I
will sail regularly as advertised, have good a.-
commodations for passengers, and are comman-
ded by skilful and experienced Captains. A"
ply to JNOWOG D EN, +
18 Wall street; New York.
apr24 1 51 Water street, ApalachicAa.

81$00 tiifFEET for sale, in WNW"t
CTC^WXgqlItILr suit purchasrms +
apr24 1 tf 'S. H. HARTSHORNW,

fYACOILS Kemucky Sale Rope, tor
100 sae by,
apr34 1 40 ,io f.

Apalachicola, April 24A, \.1
Exports, (taken from [be Cusoai-house be


apr24'1'cy. =" "Ajglcl-i



Office up s airs, 29 water sreet,
apr24 1 cy Apalachijel..
a. W aoss. 57 waier streel, i^
R. A. BAKER. apr24 1 Ap.lachicol. *T
Corner Commerce and Cherry street,
apr241 cy ApalachidoL .
SHOES, HATS, &c. &c.
apr24 t cy 47 water sl., Apalachicoig.

apr24 1 59 Water street,.Ap-lachiced.




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^p .,^ --~el'sicfthrb caio;niupttoizi cf 11
. i+'"+i' : (A .+i.i n i-i,,. he, \:v-'> :-',-t hat-the nii).. o' +, .-" 1:

: t.*' 61,.. g :F_ '.a +.; t li.< a ,-1-a,+: r t1 a t !i
c3 p1'1.4e li..g ':-,a ..ay. ..55,') ,

.,. ^Thie s' lclk ,-n hand as ba'."-,re '2Yat .d 1 1i1-
.'A nd a-dMi,. ther,.:1o ll.: -,,:ck t.,tf
". ,U.'S. c-,tto', ill thI : porls Ist
.- *.. *.January. 6)...111(i. and ihe im-
-port for the year, 1 12':iin', 139)',
C -Th'.e wnti-ai a tot',, -;i :,lvy of 2.130.o
to me,-ct the c-n-imnpti.oll ,:,f Euirpro il ln
lt,a-'~noun-d iu. 1.S3 1,1 '.l:'1-',,.l,n)0 bal.:..
-d inid n "i.- that th,-vr, v. a- a- si.ii i l r. .;
t1h'.,e hand, <>t" i tim 'fa'llit-,r. Off lifr l I
r Ihltua 183). ,,1" i'i;.i.i.I ba!.. t,:, l 7,-
ba!e.: S hllvij ttIl c.'*" i.l.: tl isi di. ','0.,,
OE.n '.' ,1iil.j I1 i,-y .: 1'1 1V, :. 1.-,. vb.I y':- il \
form a :. c,:pC i ,-,i ,l ,- h r.i" -i1iC,:' I'_A'
",iit.-!h .:.r-pi.\(.,_ lI',i-.? !; .: ,t /i :."*/, ,-,r /,,"'. i
b D i. ess ,.r ,;',.,.s ,.r th,:- i'-'.-. it Iy
1I e.L r'ii m v*". -ii Vln r ^ m -h '.-t.ri'" 'i
Be l r-ni'," i' h 'r"lthat if. ,,_ If .. h -,v ,, !
-:+ -eS .c ia i, i t s, ;n I,0 Zi,,.l if ill. ,- v t, 1 'I
i o i ..' ':t '- "Jfc l 1 '.11 ^ -1*l ''l

"^-' I ii nt:--fi ?- i I :, f i,--.- t i r l itif r ,,,'n
de an t' i I ai e, c,_jiu .r \ r%, .;i,:c t'!"il.,tt
B. C. ATi I N "E V.

NE'w Oi-,' ll L .. C..'.t Vl i I,!'e. 1839.
WVe -ire ,_n the eve of ani ,. fit C;,I pe rit
in th- hih s -ii v '-f (_'ni to t I i'rd v., "-4,4o
pcif li.;ir '-i d ii1 r_-"': "-N t i1.!r7. \% .-;,-n c:
am iti .t-i in all th,-ir i-, t; !-.. i I, v i. I I I i,:iil-
of'- r I!I :ttpr : of m-.* ili in,-dil 'tlin iORi I
pariie_ ti.l(-'.'i.1 rct d \'.11!! lhl, br.i'ic~h
hn .::..t, lld l"7'tiy, In 1765!, C'''.Ltl ;i t a
artici ? -,f ('*ujltrefr'-'- '\'\i f'I' :c'iV>ly k tIi ','
in G ',':l B ri.iln. A ri;,-\ ri.;lh i)' -. i l
patei t 1 few i.! ril'-; .r, 'I \I,_2, II
w~h,-!,t [ir,.,.l;.i<.< .,f . t-x r.?;..d !'\ "- tttilir, .. ..-. ..t _i! -..... In l1 _'il, t_
iI ;.n it ,f t(' Oroi in1o Gir:- t r i'l.iit w\a
42 it i.ii,'n-; 01f p,'.,i.i!;d ,, or 14 .i;,) ,>!. t,
31-') Ills. e--ach. In l i.h, i.. nit \xias,;.
m ill; _,1..1:of poundsi, aid ih,- c_,-, ofihe rai
mat,',al foiir tilllon,; sh>-rlingj. Not i
niatn v veir, after (the tireci-,? period hi:
eschpv-d the writer) it ,-.nplo ,.d 3-:l)Iil) IOl
of shipping, eind-'0.li- __eamllitl. Tile car
ital .v-!c-di in 04tI nanuifactnur, wa. lhth-
*"-l- ninl-- ifillion-. -ierlin g it save ernpir'
it) W]i.1.141) iiidi\idtiax, lI' n \\a? p',-
wa~es 13 inillhio' rlini s u-'I'fnl i
look back o Ihe pIi-t )i orIII,, :l'l;V
fair conc, ot_ ii s as ito ihe ftlllll'e; 11nd 3
lhonl,-1, !1 eierv calc lhtill lon of thl- ki"d
h tni -.i !, i n!'i-., C il. i t tak,' : 0ie ta -,l. fi',.-
the? liand& of a P',,id~oec of a h'gh~i or
der. a-id. fore'e,-, ?tdll ls-s- ,lLia,'d .t'.-1ns; c.:i
tins':-(:.c!c.s which baffle life ni! r:ili :_i
expe,:i ,ionl, and mar Ihe .-_niitde;t vie\\
and e )lnbin:rtioin-ls, it btecone-3 fv- er[ body t
iu.ztif'y to his own-reason, the grounds upo
which they have been formed, and the mnr
ti\%-s that h-a\,-e -prompted hin to act or tc
give them publicity.
It- has been qiaid that the current vea
bear1 a close analogy to,- the ye1ar. I"825
wh'-ia many sober mind-d ,0t bewildered b!
the, -fa-cinai ions of a sudden and generally
unexp-ct.d rise in tile %.Aue of CotIllo
The. :roipid-work of that ise, an unnat
ur.ialland a-.,ificial one, was a fallacy-,th
idea (first circulated by two eminent Qua
ker Ho-t-zes in Liverpool, then adopted and
-supp-tred by houses of the same reli
gious faith on this side of the water) lha
thP conI-tnnption of the raw material wou-ld
shoot far alie-jd or' the production, fromn lh<
exp'?,?ed inabitily of planters to replace
the d--creapiina strength of nevro labor
Thie rt-;e in 1825. cw'.imein t hifi a sud
den addate- of a penny in IhII \,ek<:l
lon L.ic te declarati,:n'pif r ,ck-s of Ain_-ri.
cadi ('-,i;)1- 3I ih,: >e.td ,*,! !..q J ,,ltir !ir
Ihc.--.- day. it wa.'s almolsl inpo-ilible to te:-l
th,:- <'Oi'l''rcJL_'_s, and of _\vhieh it has often
beeltn ;.r-rted, illtha\ lhu? d ,,.-e~i rii.i--
thonally uind,-rraied, was .lpurred by th,7
greai.:.,i uctics ,of the parties conc,?rned.
pui<_'h,. ing and -eiling o,i thie same day
and uau-iug di-intter,.'ted -,hippers tl-e \ic-
tim:- of a vii,)nary po-liey, that preventted
.cornsii,,ee- fror, i helpingg at a pr.'fit of a
huiidrd-dper c,?nt, and upwards. The .pin-
ners. IW Ihrottgh_ the-e artifices, and] salis-
fited that many Cotoii spec tlator. were
unable M,- hold, kept o-1ut of ,ire-inarket l-or
sevcra4'1 ,v?.qL.!, arrd f,)liud thiemsehves n,,:
a little aid-d i:t th.?ir d,-ter ninl ti;:n i,- ,v.--
duce the price, by the unexpected arriv.il
of a whole crop of Brazil Cotton. which
the phait,_rs of ltlai c,,uftr'y lhad ,ndir'tdtiv
acctllintillil(.d alnd kept i!1 reserve, u-Ijll it

was r.-lea-&d from its confhlneint by the
enorln'.,0us advance of prices in Europe;
so iha. 1,i h,lu of abo-,ut 175,4_.(0 blles of
Brazil C'ott,:lis, Which, as the average of
five year'3, formed tlhe estimate of thr ex-
peceld supplies from that quart.r. twice
that quinty arrcv,=-d at inarkt, and early
in th,r nioath of Junle, 1825, eno,:tsh of the
ra-w mIaerial had arri'' led inl Great Bri;aiin,
to in:?e-t-the co sumptii on upon lihe lar,.-,,,
scabe t!) ii;:h eud of tlhe year..E-,:ry pound.
of c,:.tton. 'hat arri,.-^ after that period.
prov,.:d :., su plus.
Fourte.ld .ye'ars have elap-ed since that
mernorl ble year, and the growing impor-
~ln.5:,? of the -trade }tA-_ beei watvehed with
10o i1uch ahxiety, and sludic-d with.so much
care.- it h.as become a matter of no s.?rouz;
difficUh% _1,4 test that accuracy of the mnany
Colt.-,n.stnlistics lhat are publish'-d every
day ; and an accidental or intentional un-
deratuig of thestoe.k., or omeratumg of. the
conisunMpiio'h, caarni how .a daysescape
deteetion... ludeed, it' hasalm,)st- become
a _mat.( peculat,.or4_ of al6df n ties, and, that the
thing ...wa' Wvorn. so thread_ bare as to pre-
-eiude-th,. pssibilt-y, of.-umaking money bv
AL't. Y'et, this.-sm.on may happen toI fur-
nih h.eydnc.e't hat 'Clear d.aylight does. not,
surround~eiery. body who to dabl,ble
," in tlh ar-Rele.i, a.,that human penetration
:' :i:noii\' hriOt'fro; the field of discov-
""l-tough- iK^ixa faiml,to discover the
-e', to'..uc~ei,. It. is. not, attempted
+Id.ife: t"ssitdoiead.,in telliegene. by
A'^t'ie inki she&- fre'lires of
cto'c U6.'c een' thi's -season and

i'p.p.ren.. frord whia~ fMlows,
...bMoomn, a--.ptpe.:sut-

U ,7 X-. .: .

at. - :' ..:" :'._-';....= "' rip
ek.,,b .

z-ubject.will be ruir.E, after the introdUC-
of th? l _-.u vii k .- tl ii, I ,..s, it rI :-I y l: .,, be
inlpl'rpi?'F. to advrht tv il, on lhe prr$s,..iil
,- ''L:" : ^- )ni. .
The stock of Amer;'an Cotton, in EU-
r ,i ',- !It i._- .-nd of '" 19 h t\ting ,-:n a;: v-
.;ln.d, hlltre ei.n be no iiisiak, inl a-tsluming

Here it will be perceived, the high prices
1f 18,.3j--l8-316 and atI h. th .,,-gI-N i it 111 p0f1837,
pi',, ,ie-d !.u-tit 11 i of a -.,!ilnnlui to, exlra6rdi-:
"iiiry iintp.,r!- fr,.,,tn Ea-ti ndia'-nor a lIe,k
"uLpii dik- gia-.hial iieic ,-a ""-- of thie co s,- iq ii[.,--
-tion-of this d. (-,*riii-1t ,.,f ColOri in Great,
8Kritain. It 'is remarkable to, -thila dni',i:g
'the low prices of AmericanCoil tons in 183.N.
the consumption, of.. East India ,Citoni
should have exceeded-that-of 1837 by 7334
-bales, or about 4 2-3 per cent. Without
d i ,lt Itn at all the important fact that Co't-
ton is uind:,ubt1,edly Cotton, it remains to be6
tested how far.the short stapled Cottons of
.the East Indies, can at;at once become a
-tiib-tiiiie- for the long stapled^(Co0ttons of
the U.S.; and i f il' :-yva re ,Io, ans-%we r this pur,
pose in the end,, it must be admi-tted,-that the
supply is like thl e a01 urnent- far fetched.
-We are thus, it w-,ild -,.eein, approaching
a'siit,;, of things, the -upshot o:,f which is
likely, to. baffle the ordinary calculations of
most men.' The q 16t.i, at issue, bec'o n :%
".as-t li-s aicllady -been observed' a vital one
,for American and Brit-iih interests, engaged
in the trade, and is pregnant with .the most
eventual and important results for all par-
ties. Hitherto'.consumers and spinners
have had it all -their own way. Always
certain: of a sufficient, supply, they could t
come in ad libitum and stock ihemive]s l
abundantly at low, sparin,.l y at Iii gh prices.
Thle e x i ra ordinary increase of the-consump-
tion J. ijce the days- of.Arkwright, affords,
were- it necessary, the best evidence that -t
the trade ,has been a most lucrative one' c
throughout, alttiough, like very other
branch-of human industry, it has now and q
then had-its days of vicissitude, and since C
the- restoration of general peace in 1815, e
more particularly, spinners have heaped t]
profits- upon- profits, notwithstanding-their o
occasional c0implaints about the falling off 9
in the demand for, yarns, and their inability C
to get-for them a price proportionate to the F
rise inf the -raw material- periodical eom- c
plaints which, on this side of the water, are ^
received with the same degree of faith, as h
the reports off sh6rt; crops. meet in Great e!

Britain amongst the spinning gentry. -But-o
the -case may alter hereafter. When it is tl
considered that Great Britain is-dependent tl
on the United States for its main supply of v,
-this second- staff of life to a large-propor- tc
tion of its population, and which the policy' a
pursued last- season, by, the United States w
Bank of Pennsylvania, has impressed every B
reflecting and patriotic American with the P
vast importance of our -Cotton crops, as the p
remedy for the vicious excesses of -our pa- ra
per currency, and the means of paying-the" Yf
country's debt to Europe, it .cannot rationl- ',1
lly be, expected that American intelligence ,s-t
would- trifle with such a resource, and aban- so
Ion it headlong to the whims and combina- su
ions of British spinners and capitalists' cc
The United States Bank certainly. has m1r
nade good the pledge given by its Presi- be
ent, in his communication to Mr.- John *PC
:uincy Adams, and withdrawn -from any pr
ctive interference in the Cotton market. th
3ut his mantle has -fallen upon the disciples 'n
f this new creed-his far sighted, judicious cil
olicy has been adopted- by most of the s"l
outhernmBanks, and ,from the moment they ed
ave'felt, 'that their discounts of paper, upon thi
he personal security of their wealthy plan- it'
ers, would become an uniquestiona'ble one _wc
y taking their crops under the condition. ch,
f a high rate advance, and looking to the viR
iscounted paper,, as a guarantee for.the 1Y
ifference *between the advance and the pro- pr(
.... by
needs, it is evident that the -great staple ten
anmodity of this country has been sur- effi
rendered into hands that -are competent to no!
manage and superintend-, its disposal, and T0
4at have the means to meet its exiaiencies. c1
+1. rat,
he London and Liverpool houses, who vis
aid the penalty of over-trading in 1837, bal
uld not hold the immense supplies that cut
enttinto their hands in the shape of eon- intI
gnments. 77e power to hold now ex-ists, no
.is an undeniable compact, and for the alrl
.nerit of: American interests, well directed bal,

"It would appear evident, therefore, that "27
otton must, hereafter, and. for some time ly i
come', command] a higher price than it has un
stained heretofore. The current prices pat
.re, at this moment, are IiOt higher than der
ose paid during the two seasons of 1834 lair
1835, and 18.35 to 1836, and those were wh
aisons that paid large profits to the ship- clir
rs. On this occasion it may be well to thei
m-ark, 'that although 10 cents is a remu- the
rating price for Cotton. to a planter that is bee
t in debt, and can remain so in the event and
a partial failure of his crop, 12'^ cents is- ditiL
ly the average price of several seasons cimn
*planters wvhose engagements are heavy, ter
d the great, mass of planters belong to part
at class. The consumption of American beet

tton in Great Britain may be, and prob- its a
y willtshow a less ratio of increase, than te,:
has evinced last year. Higher prices, no suit.
ubt, will check the consumption, but can- ger
tl essen it very materially, much less stop Uni
-In 1836, prices of fair Uplands ruled peat
m 9d to lld, and the consumption of pjot
35, 14|-per cent. In 1838, Nwhen prices plan
fair Uplands were from 6d to 7d, the strel
resumption increased in the ratio of 200 !hat
r cent.--quite.an "unprecedented one. the
Superficial observers may call it a lottery, say l
ten high prices command profits; but it tion
es not follow, that low prices will always ring
bo, although, they may happen to lessen cause
amount of loss in the event of any of cann
Dse ,contingencies,. which as it has been bale!
served- in the outset, can neither be avoi- will
nor guarded against by human fore- Cott,
ht.' 'When the question of a safe curren- cessi
for investment, in Cotton comes to be Poss'
gued, who ca n pretend to say-where the ed
act boundary lies,,beyond which the loss gent
nmences and the protecting price ceases 7 sitor
e value of a thing changes according to min(
cumstances," and it remains yet to be glan
ved, that bread, in;times of scarcity, is sum]
dear to be eaten at all. If the, .rate of ell n:
cents for fair cottons be the bottom 150,4
ere commercial prudence is disposed to IQ re
p its anchor, a little logic will necessarily "
i ve at this 'conclusion, that if a crop of
&UW bales. in this country, renders the
ce of 124 cents a sufficient remuneration Sh
the planter, he may be entitled to the erect
ce of 15 cents when the crop produces Nf
v 1,500,000 bales, viz:." +
0),000 ba lea of 400 pounds each, -
t 121 cents, give,-, 90,000,000
10,000 b- les of 400 pounds each, I
15 cents, give the same, 90,000,000
the speculator, the latter may be the safest of
two, under the natural ed'ecis of The progres-
e increase of a regularly established, wel I
wn and well tested co ption, which, to
a homely phrase, must this year be fed from

necessarily co,,ipelled to meet, from time -to'ir
u demand' iht: l c,:,nzui, its 1d, eae; .but t
lighter the stock, the ie ,nie -dr~i reside!,,
'lip demarn, whi~ch'n 11..1 the greater too the value of that very sto
which is- known, to be inadequate to meet
wants and ,: ,p iic os. ; .
One word more about the estinate for 18&
'The6 next crop has been put down at 1,850,0
bales, merely to humor the observation of thc
:-who-deem it possible that [here imy b,: a diffi
enee of 350,000 bales in the product'of one cr(
and the f:lh u inr, one, because ihe crop of 18
is said to have produ:wed 1,801,41, bales, wl.,
the -preceding one of 1\36 and 18,37, gave i
more Ihrn 1,422,920W bales. The:'crop of 18S
1838 did-not.produce the above quantity. T]
.:-.I product-was 1,700,000 bales, for upwards
100,000 bales were held back by the planters, wl
did not feel disposed to submit tothe low prices
7 to 8-cents.in jthe -autumn of tbat'season whi(
.had given them 13 to 14 cents a irits comment
ment, nor considered themselves obliged to ser
the ig-idue of their crops to market, for the pu
pose of paying their deb's. Planters of allcoui
tries, and colonies, have ever considered it.
,,.*.:i-yin",bh liberty taken with their Creditors'
pay at their own pleasure, provided they paid;'
all; and at... reri,-,d, which had untied ibe bow
of those obligations,, which the mercha'ht, at tfl
peril of his own credit, must'respect and fulfi
they were, not generally disposed' to make sacr
prices and nleetitheir factors fairly,..after they ha
reduced them to the painful necessity of pay-in
nobodyl and compelled themito swim in the wak
of their system., in order not to be drowned intth
plain sailing of mercantile regularity.'
The'present elevation'of -prices," wihi'irallyV rf
lieves planters this season from a similar line c
policy, -and it is more than probable that ever
disposable pound of The bld crop, will have f6un
its way to Europe, long before the new one g&t
o m, rket. Incredulity on the score of the ei
ent of the. supply from this country, -will hav
:eased at that time. But if it were necessary t,
9how-hhow superciallk, sometimes, this grea
question is treatedon the other side of the Atlan
ic, the Cotton-Circular published the 91St De
member last by- fifteen of the most eminent Liv
erpool brokers, would afford some evidence. b
this,' after admitting the probability that the cro]
f -1838 and 1839 may produce no more thai
,600,000 bales, a confidence is expressed, tdo
)00,000 bales will suffice for the consumption o
Great ,Britain, and 700,000 bales for that o
Prance, and the- home consumption during thi
current year; on the very page where it is ack.
owlledged, that the consumption of Americar
otton min Great Britain during the past year
as been 964,422 bales;, and, admitted that ai
estimate increase of four.per cent only upon th(
onspmption of 1838, would be a very moderatU
ne for the year 1839; and likely to fall short .0o
,e reality--difierence between the supply and
he esti.mated-consumptien 102;999- bales, in fa-
or of the latter Due credit, -however, is due
o the committee of brokers, for the conclusions
ith, which their Cotton Circular winds up; The
mount, of import,- and the policy pursued -by
that. they are pleased to term the American
ank party, will regulate this year. That this
oiicy now becomes a national one, has been
hown, above, and for this reason, it is highly
rqbable that prices M'ust continue to take a higher
rnge than they have done for the last two
ears. For it cannot be abandoned. It is- too
osely interwoven with the question of our cur-
ncy, over which the President of the United
;'ates Bank in Philadelphia has watched with
)-patriotic +and effective a care So -long as the
surplus of British capital finds its way to this
ountry-so long as it continues to vivify Ame-
can industry and enterprise, the balance of
ade must remain, in favor of Great Britain, and
paid for in specie, if the' amount of our ex-
orts are insufficient to meet it. The higher the
rice is which American produce fetches in Eu-
3pe, the better will be the chance of reducing
is balance to a level that will restrain, in the
idst of the excesses of our paper currency, the
[rculaitng medium of all the world-gold and
lver from going out.
An important question remains to be answer-
, and the answer. is not easy. Is this state of
wings only temporary, or likely to last? That
will last some time, may be expected. _But it
would, be vain to imagine that, like every thing
se, it should not have its ordeal and experience,.
anges and modifications, which, at a broad
ew of the question like this, do not immediate-
appear on the surface. There is more than a
obability, that the stimulus given to cultivation
the present rates will be very great. The ex-
nt to which it is likely-io act, and to which its
ect can be carried is not as yet ascertained,
r can it be so for a couple of years to come.
he estimates of the capacities of this fertile
untry, great as they are, have ever been over-
ed, and they are so now, when unreflecting
iters lightly talk of a crop of two million of
les, as an event of probable and immediate oc-
rrence. Before we arrive atthis figure, some
ne must elapse. The largest crop'ever known
the United States, was of 1837 and 1838-it
finally produced 1,801,497 bales. But it has
eady been observed.,,that upwards of 100,000
es of the receipts belonged to the previous crop
1836 and 1837, and in thus estimating it .at
00),0O bales, it exceeded the previous one by
7,000 bales, or had gained in the ratio of near-
20-per cent upon it, under the influence of an
>ara~lelled, propitious season. This came in
of every energy which the planters were ea-
ile of; and for the sake of raising Cotton, un-
the stimulus of the prices which they had ob-
red in 1836 and 1837, the planting of corn and
eat and the care of live stock, was neglected
abandoned. Disappointed by the rapid de-
:le of prices in 1837 and 1838, the raising of
ir own provisions, the substitutes of which
y had had to purchase at a rate dearer by one
idred per cent than they had calculated upon,
ame an object of their immediate attention,
[to this most important circumstance, in ad-
en to the extraordinary features of a capri-
us season, the great failure in the present crop
Sbe chiefly attributed--in other words, plan-
withdrew from the cultivation of Cotton, a
t of the strength of the Negro labor that had"
n bestowed upon it, and turned it again into
accustomed channels. They are making this ]
r a novel and most satisfactory experience to

r own interests, viz: that the pecuniary re- (
of a reduced crop is the same as a much lar-
one, which, without the intervention of the '
ted States Bank of Pennsylvania and its po-
, would have left them at the mercy of Euro-
n capitalists and speculators. It would seem
able, therefore, that it will not answer a 1
nter's purpose to employ exclusively all the
ngth of his Negro labor in the cultivation of 1
ton, and the conclusion naturally follows,
if instead of the average ratio of increase of
growth during the last lten years, that is to 1
8 2-5 per cent, 10 per cent from the founda-
of the estimate of the possible increase du-
the season just commencing, the next s
rth, with the full benefit of all the fortuitous
ses that protected the growth of 1837 to 1838,
not possibly produce more than 1,870,000
s. It must be taken into the account, howev-
, -that attempts towards increased cultivation ^
be made in every comer of the Globe where
on is grown,4nd if they should prove sue- G
ful, a moment of glut and abundance may
ibly arrive, which will require a change,
rin the policy' of our Southern Banks. Some [
Ile will always remain to be solved by the in-
nity and foresight of mankind, and the tran-
T nature of every offspring of the human
1, ought not to be forgotten on this occasion.
may be interesting to many readers to cast a
ce at one instance of the progress of the con- 1
.ption in our Eastern States, that of the Low-
nanufactories, where twenty-eight mills and F
100 spindles are at work.
Tired inl823.. .6,340 bales. Half Uplands
Do. 18%.. 11,440 do. |and half Lou-
Do. 18%8..20,384 do' .isianaorfMis-
Do. 1830..38,A12. do. | stsippi t-o
Do. 1836.. 46,800 do. J ton. *0 '
nee the year 1836, no new mills have-lb *l
.w-Orleans, March 10, 1W.-

hhds. N. 0. Sugar.
28,000 ft. Bacon, Cinciati eurA
consisting of sides, hams and shoulkr,
10 bbls. Mess Pork.
17 do. 'N. 0. Molasse.
10 bbis. superine Flout, ha Ira' Mhwsr.
Talma from rew Orle alam or la s A
.AWWL low eIM 91 Mcroo.

To Liverpool .... ..... .....
T u G i eei c, ek ...............
To Ntw-Yrk ..... .... .. .
To Boston ..................
To Providence ..............
To C'harleAlon .... ...........
To Savaunnah .... .... .... .. .
To New Orleans ............
To Baltimore ...............

4,29"2 b.


f,; Mtolt,u ~lfL 1t :ULI?,%
;-: +tdTfi'CnrNE9E S BILBERtRV TREE. -
:. .a tiigi, rnioi,,rsr pro+p and to
1 S. udv and,'^xpt~rie~ncee tha-rh'Tiose? tr'_es. ar.--
drfff~ot ifr e p r' 1115ml-comrnf-c,2 of'
theWRitW'# beca use. it conie4 quickly
'anI7 abu y~i, and the,,svles ap*, ~rofii L'
i ,W ..t Bu. with regalird t- Ilie.,ir-.
tue and I itjbeviatia* part-.of the sbsticane
: for. WIn-J ig )and to. nurae'-tl .silk-
+ worms, i t-oiro"f all dispute, lhvt li,
l... l "f.-th9h While and.- black inulberry-
tree ai',- of a niouri--hing powe-r,`abmdantly
sjpt4r)To ,all othr:.. 'The leavp' Ql the
Morts MAulticaus.ii are -like "a spurfge im-
bibel N with \vater ;,ift.-"has, the. b.6ta-n<- of
waeFs(?5i",and tluhing, mtore^i the'Chi-
nese sill worms fed with tlie.Mtruts .htilti-
catlis, tare equal II1 r treiigthtand th k, as a
Chin.-ic, fed vv'th rice. .' however, that k.id
oa"iiite- rrif tree are good" for the-!p resent;I
but '!,perrmee (vilf O soon'onm-ince the
L!nerieantfilk orm growers.,of thf .xact-
ness-.of inY information on tinsatfer. Be-
sid hllis, tile silk \\orin eggs, \VL1 toi ifr
ished with the-Chiiiet_'e alimnent, leave with
the li "a --very small quantity-0of e,_ks;
- when thu others, -d-1fi' a different rn afftf ,
arein 'every tiing plenituibis. .Ad though
IL have oec-t yesterday, in t'o oli Jhats, a
plantation of o*-wundred *and seventy cut-
tifla wes, ho 1-e 1t't is'good tb know, that
_____IiL,-s olIt 0'oI bio iab-'d, of.. one -eye
on.vy, nd noier., ine)retof -two,,and about one
inch.tong, aita co, ,red aboift two 1incthes,
deep. riey, m ay.be put .thickerf in the
row at first, andthiIiied aft i \\ ,trs.. There
a. e a 5e.s-'eral ways of plahlngct.ijtn~iws, and-
i6 another a.,-:cre I Wll: show tlhe d'.il_'reni"
.meiods .liat i h\\e studied %ith II'.ract,ieal
Hiften.-.-111 'the. man tIini, st. rw _h'My, o any-.
kind of dr-iq grass ought -to be at hiud t]o
be sprt-ad. sl"lttiy overthe ,rows in o,,], r
-. :to shNter the Voing iprouis andavod-to
be broken- arid" kill-tiiby th,_i strong winds
and frosts : '"y w.Fgefai, ion, new shootiscwme
Sgai; but it, ,takes, Ithiree _or'.ur L k,,
more. ^ reservoir for, nil,1ifg- lliatt'i-';,
a.sev "al uelts fo' keepirrg yWater, are
thiog bindipr nsabie to a careful farmer.
The tales or Marrvaii, andthe so, ..?of
IIcVnRgham have "C(4-'t a great-deal of mIo_-
n,' to t.he United Siates'bu i) L-reive
onl- sati-kfaction in being-us,,fl to this, my
Ile% cotnury and now, in'the fall .of-Jif6,
'will tuyself alone, withoUt wife o.r ehid-
renlall my love 1s 9for tacritflture, and 1
thii "I caln-ot employ mTysellhciter. The

CIel nI e olf6ui climate render the--'il
I qtne poor, perh.haps, the best soil-of :the-,

Sni"t.d Slaties-here -the- -ifature .-of- the
bodys and of. plants, raise renew, and re-
Itri- tW-'life---it is second a Madeira. The
eneiie of -griiture 'can m the shot
*ice of;a-'shi btmber, raise Eaustl.orida to-
one-o'-the no5st important, sates . mighty-+natioi:r. -- : --,-.
St. Augustine-Xarch 4j-1839*';^

.J s L THlE.TH b.,ribT.r liav'iruz p i!:r.haied
n -'ir this ef'gibly -itnaied est'bli-himent,
-_. o'nrn14', his'"friend& and'the public
-that.- Ap he fs paredpted ,opcommodaie
.~m an manc- i that will be as satisfactoryto
them as .to 1 im.elf. : ... ,
He 'hfends making-'ex-eu ve i Ipro'en '
to the building, -,Atkip:f-figta great increase
otfculst'.,i next se4s.n, and his-: arraniLemenii
wilve roade on. e xtn-ire i cale. .
,lt-s,.,e ot-W4"ne-,and Liqaors- will always
1;bvW.ithe.besrk-iVl. amd hiH zblo farni.h,:d with
ev, ,, di,.licocy vof the' season.m Pvtlielar atten-
tilii, gi ven 1o the sleeping apartment.
-. -"e"lieits. g-0n~tiaum'arcee-of the. p'tronage
OrvTojwe eXtended td- the -house'-wbile under
gV ?Manaeemehrt of Mr Bull-ast he wiUlspaTri
%W xertiom and etpens i xendering the M-aan-
sR>0.Hlise, equal to any in the South.
,.&prS41 .... .. J. R.- DORSEY.
f,, O hich $)0,$00 is 'sai^ in, and.+invested. m

:. AM- +.I*afy" iin by monthly:nstat'ltnts. ":,- .
BY the aect ofol-necorporatiion, the property of
.. eaeh .oefholde-rr.-, haund, eorthe amount
of ,^is stock, for all. contracts made by the Com-
pr?,vhi.ihle he is, a Stoekh01der, ana for sis.
mnrhs r:lfhprw~a nds -wh ich makes, the actual :re-
spo..jbiLn2 \- Qf.the--.ns~tuidro equal to: Two BEL-
LIO'bamf'r P)LLARS.L ,
STIe 'lr,?semi ntiibtir of S-- ..ockholders-is two
, te ^N ^' ,-- *" ..' "., .*. ',
l?,tfatfrwn, the. -yet, aws."-.
tf^In serIn o:es, if'the"TigK~t o$ the assured
Ir-cle,.,advarta,shall :not bet: taken of any
-Mew legal --..*inntttf~ee agaiiist fire; maia on. Marine-and
flJfcnd,aviga~tion, magi b :effected by "appliea-
tnon, pers,:n'Mly, ",or bv; 4lttert at the offcej-or t
tny, o,,f it,. Company's .&g'ents. "hle terms ol
Insurance will be ,'s fan,-rabl!e as those of ot'hei
+good office+. X.n_ r.isks taken 4y Age/aS'losses
igm be Dp.,it, vaih.re thepre!iaiu "s ar-reeceived.
.m ,, : .... P .....tors. ,

+ -Kk L HALE, t EWARD) THoMAs,
AMlr.Y S& iBLE C 'V .6n JOH M. AnAMs,
aB&L .otr- K t.l 4+WP-MCH.MOtGAN, -,
ADA.M Jbis0V :. WM.? P. R.-THBONE,
apr24l .j. DAY &-o., Agents:
An. -(l^l' :+ T E Steamer Corn:
/ _^ J merce, (Aipt-. James
E^'-^-^S" Y. -ioitbh has now corn-
Wenced maki g'hn) trips with, he United States
Tfail, e a -a e WW,- roai Chattafihbct6e -to
this place.. She will leavejCliattahobehee-tveni.
Tuday aid .rt4dpi-r at 8A P ,M, arrive at Apa
la#teAe(try Stndayand W.ednesdayfcyLM
Teaie Apalhahicola eyary y nniaayand Wcdnes
ay at 8 P M, n' arve atfhat ahpochee eey,
uis A.Ts f _'Pidary by 2 P.M. Tr irfghfor
ps--ge agily to-the Capta.nmon ai, or to" -
t,.-. *.-T.,TI,'ENNE tT, 1Z8 wair st.
rbFM 1vv' ,- .." Ar.nlachicolip.
" :Y: *V m ,of aav aci.ldeni to the ,own
Berfe. t r new 'lteambmat LOUISA will b
Np 0c .- *




:7 -.f" ,


Morbid Secretions of Vie LIrVER and STOMACj, + ,
"- ." ALSO A +. .r-.
As a Cathartic in FEVERS and all BILiOU)JJ A UFCTIONS.O "
THESE popular Pills being a combination of a newly discovered Alkaline substances
extractedd from the TOMATO PLAN7T with other, vegetable substance; nhicL. j
nave been found to modify and diffuse its effects, are believed to be-the best Al.fratirs
ind Cathartic Medicine ever discovered. They have been abundantly and ,uc(s-
fully tried, and have received universal approbation for Scrofula, Dyspepsia, JAundice, '-
Bilious Diseases, Gravel, Rheumatism, Coughs, Colds, Influenza Catarrh, Nertaur "
Diseases, Aci'd Stomachs, Glandular Swellings of all kinds, Costiveness, lCtir,:
Headache, &c. _-"
They are an antidote to Contagious and Epidemic diseases ; prevent the formattO 0
Bilious and Liver affections, Fever and Ague, &ec., in those who reside in-hot chLe -
and low and marshy countries, and are the best Cathartic that can be used for th
cities. Seamen will find them an infallible remedy for the ScURvy ; and Travc
best medicine they can use to counteract the dangers of exposure in unihealthh
mates. For ordinary 1,'AMILY PHYSIC, they are universally approved, as the |
ever offered. -. B
As a DIETETIC or DINNER Pill, one taken half an hour after dinner,.,
sufficiently Fitimulate the digestive powers of the stomach to a healthy and invigpo, Ht
action, andthey are found extremely serviceable for those who indulge in long dilir
or late suppers, or immoderately in de-serts or fruit.
The peculiar virtues of the Tomato Plant, have for a long time attracted the atten-
tion of the Medical profession and the Public; and a- lively kltervst-has recently been,
directed to the future development of its active powers, and its Antibiliowu and Alter-'
' ative qualities--which the Propjrietor is now happy in being able to gratify-and pre-
sents his Pills to the Public, with the full confiden-ce of their being the mnost safe, oad_- -
valuable remedy ever discovered;-adapted to all cases, where Nature is disturbed.
and when any of the functions do not perform their NATU'tAt, OR nEALTnY ACTION; "
Numerous certificates of cures, from those who have taken them, and the testimony
of several Physicians, who have prescribed them, all concur to corroborate -this opin-
ion.-The rapidly increasing demand for, and the universal approbation bestowed upon
them, is an additional evidence of their merits and usefulness.
In presenting this article to the public the proprietor was influenced by the hope,
that a medicine prepared with much care, and strict regard to the Chemica,
and Therapeutic properties of its several ingredients, should take the place of the
thousand andwone irresponsible nostrums of the day, with which the country is deluged
-and from the favor already bestowed upon-it by physicians and others, he feels
justified in expecting this result.

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4 or bbls .iNi"ra Floutrpart "Family,"
}-S:t^Pr~t l,., ._ k~w bv .. ',+ +:.,
I rp re.-h1-l ^ '" .. .. .. ...- "- '

.0 R 4 of various sizes and thickness 2 znd
*--.",--H^''(-.I ?ped) eohsi~sing 6f T2, 15 and 18
)ightsjo thie-window, 8"by 10. i0-b, I-, 10byv 14,
'16 by-e16, 11 by 14;.1l'by 17; areo Countng room
BLINIDS'--f.Varioii n, i :,t i --!ollin; and
stationary-for'sale. lW for e'-i),h b\-
^ .apr-i?4 1"" 40 water st.

";. N N election for delegate to represent the Ter-
US^ ritory of Florida in the next Congress of
,the United States, will be held in the county of
Frgnklin, at the Apalachicola. -Exchn,'ge in
the ci Y of Apalachicola, on the ist Monday of
MWi next, under the inspection of H. W.
BERTS. By order of .. .
; A. K. ALLISON, Judge P. C:C. C.
yj- Extract from the Constitution formed by
th Convention held in St. Joseph, and adopted
the l'th day-.of January last.
Aticle ,17. Sec. 5. This Constitution shall
be submitted to" the people, for ratification at the
election"of 'Delegate, on the first Monday of
May next. Each 'q,, 1ifi-fd voter 'Ishill express
his asset 6r dissent to the constitution, by di-
recting the managers of said election to write
opposite- his name on the poll book, either the
word Constitutiont," or "No Constitution."
St. Augustine, Feb. 18, 1839.
At a meeting of the Board held this day, it
was resolved
'That this Company having a portion of their
stock surrendered -to them in pursuance of an
amendment to their charter passed in February,
1838, are prepared to receive applications for
their stock at par, on.the pledge 'of bonds and
mnur;.:a'4,s upon approved, unincumbared, real
and personal estate, held in severhlcy, in Florida
to the amount .of ($1,000,000) one Million Dol-
lars, at their office at Aptlachicola. A loan for
as long-a period as the mortgages- ha, e to run
will be made upon the- stock to the amount of
three-.fifths its par value,-so soon as arrange-
ments can be made, and it be'ascertained what
amount is wanted. One half the amount of one
miilidi- dollars, will be apportioned to Middle,
and one half to West Florida, and no one indi-
vidual will be allowed-to subscribe more th-n
fifteen thousand dollars of stock. Proposals must
be accompanied by a certificate of appraisal from
dujvy appoited commissioners, and also by evi-
dence of ttile, and all applications must b i, made'
prior to the 1st dayof June next. The property
must be unincumbered and appraised to be worth
double the. amount of the mortgage. Address
George Field,.Cashier, Apalachicola, Fa.-
A. M. REED, Secretary.
The- So. Life Ins. & Trust Co. commenced
its operations in November, 1835, and. has been
gradually extending them since, as the w-ants of
the community required, and the situation of the
Territory would justify. It has been the policy
of the Directors, so to distribute their loans and
business as to aid both'the agricultural and com-
mercial interests, and Whis policy will continue
to govern-(hem- in their future business. Facil-
ities for obtaining capital at the same time that
they-create healthful competition among mer-
chants and factors, thus enabling planters always
to-realize at-home a fair price for their products,
afford the best guariniee for a speedy increase of
active population, and these facilities, it Will be
the object- of the Company to afford. How far
the Directors have succeeded in attaining these
objects Ihey leave the-publie to judge. An office
of this Institution will- be soon established- at-
Tanlahas,e'e, where stock holders in middle
Florida could receive their dividends and trans-
act their business. The Institulion has thus far
by pursuing the policy before described been en-
pbled to divide, among the share holders ten per
-cent per annum or five per cent -semi-annually
and they hope by a steady adherence to such
business, and requiring such securities, as they
.deema- perfectly safe, to divide this amount re-
Office, So. Life Tnt. & Trust Co.
" Branch Apalachicola, March 21, 18"9.
GEO. FIELD, Cashier.
So. Life Ins. & Trust Co. Fla.

TO regulate the licensing of Drays, and the
rates of drayage, in the city of Apalaehi-
See. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Councilmen of the city of Apalachicola in coun-
cil convened, That after the_pasage of this or-
dinance, no person or persons shall be. allowed
,to keep for use any-dray or cart, within the ju-
-risdiction of- this corporation, or use, or allow
the same to be used, without having first ob:.fdn-
eal a license therefore, from the clerk af the city,
under a penalty not exceeding ten dollars, at the
,direction of the Mayor, for each and every day
such dray or cart is used without such license,
upon conviction before the Moyor, one half to
be paid to the prosecutor, and one half for the
use of the city.
Sec. 2. And be it further ordained by the au-
thority aforesaid, that it shall be the duty of the
Clerk, on application of any respectable person,-
and after the payment of eleven dollars, (ten
dollars for the use of the city, and one dollar for
drawing said licence) to issue a license to said
applicant for one horse and dray, or cart, for the
term of one year, and on no condition shall a li-
ce'nse be issued for a longer or shorter term, nei-
ther shall said license be-transferable or used
any other person or persons than- the one in
whose name it shall have been issued, under a
penalty of not exceeding twenty dollars, at the
discretion of the Mayor, to be collected and ap-
plied as provided for in sec.l of this ordin,-;nce.
See. 3. And be it further ordained by the au-
thority aforesaid, that the clerk of the city shall
record and insert'in all licenses issued, the num-
ber thereof, and it shall not be lawful to use or
allow to be used, any licensed dray or cart, with-
out first having the number of said license pain-
ted in a clear and distinct, with black numbers,
on a white ground on the outside of each shaft of
such dray or cart, under a penalty of not excee-
ding ten dollars, at the discretion of the Mayor,
and forfeiture of license, to be collected and ap-
plied as provided for in sec. 1 of this ordinance.
1st. From and to any part of' Commerce or-
Water streets, the sum of twenty-five cents.
.n. From Water street to uny part of the city
not extending beyond Broad street, the stim of
thirty-seven and a half cents.
3d. From Water street to any part of the city
beyond Broad street, thesum of fifty ecens.
Sec. 5. And be it further ord'dined by the au-
thority aforesaid, that of any person driving a
horse and dray or cart, shall charge, or attempt
to exact more than the rates laid down in sec. 4
of this ordinance, the owner, or owners thereofi
shall be fined in a sum not exceeding ten dol-
lars, at the discretion of the mayor, with forfei-
ture of license, to be collected and applied as pro-
videid for in see. 1 of this ordinance.
Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, Lh:tall or-
dinances convicting with the provisions of this
ordinance be, and the same are hereby repealed.
D. B. WOOD, Mayor pro. teita.
R. CRocKeTT KERR, Cjerk.

-"*"':D & CO. -offer for sale the following
Io 5._, b:,'-, green Cuba Coffee, .
50 bbi. Cankl.Flour.. *-*: -
.r- !00: b" '-, r- C'hi;. ,,,,lam;n e.
; ,5 l b )h, t p t K / -
4 'i01,1, Spanish, Sgars.
_15 boxes Havana Sweet. Meats.
elegant Bariuche, with Harness,
25 bbls. (' F.i-: ._ t Plaster.._ '
IQ. rp boxes Cavendish' Tobacco" of -different
50 kegs, Nairs, assorted sizes., apr24 1
CkiAiRS-Dark -bronzed, "
Green do.
'* "'- = Red: do. +
Chocolate do. '
S--"! '" '=: .Dark Gilt; ... .
Yellow do..- .
.+-v Rose Wbod,,
Bannister back, Maple, "
.., Common ..' dQ.-
Windsor, "
Ho -on, (large and'small,)
Al M ,:: Chairs; also,
CQmnp n'ncPWood bottom Settees, for'sale by
= .aph41 b :"- + ".>- 40 wafer street.
r H E Sibscribers would, inform his friends-
amL. ,jh the public in general, that he-has.com-
xriiew,:d t e bqsiness-of Cotton Broker and Com-
mission-lvlerchant, in the C'itv of New York;
;-id ik "it,'" pTrj,:.ared to receive: Coton, and orlher"
p)i>.1,-e I 11,,. L,.led for this market, which he will.
di.po-e of, on commission, and flatters himself,
thai frojn long acquaintanee-ia the Northern and
Southern markets, _he shal be enabled to give-
s;.1tisfa<.'ion to sucSU as may feel.disposed to pat-
ronise him, not only in the sale of their, prodoee,
but in, tlheinvestinent of any part of the pro-
reeds they .may order or direct; .,
S.... -, *:, : No. 60 Water-street, N..Y. .
,, ~ ~ -'-REPERENCeS. '
+R. W.'Williams,; Saml. Reid,, GoV. Branch,
tallfaha'p.ee ; Jas. LArier& Co., Ouiney; J,.B.
Co' I in:. M,,r i,-'e llo i W. J.. Bailey, Magnolia ;.
W. G. Porter, -Apalachicola; Craig & Daffin,
St. Jo-elh. .
" Aptlq *4,'^83'. : "-

3- For a full account of this interesting discovery, testimonials, mode. of operations, &c. eeo
pamphlets, which may be had gratis of all who sell these Pills.
None are genuine without the written signature of G. IL. PHELPS, M. D., solehproprietor,
Hartford, Conn. -
Orders for these Pills directed to the Proprietor, Hartford, Connecticut, (post paid,) or to
HOADLEY PHELPS, & Co., Wholesale Druggists, 142 Water-street New-York, generall
forwarding agents,) will be promptly attended to.
.Sold by authorized Azents in most of the cities and towns in the United States.
Z'r N. B. As another and a very different article, has recently been advertised under the head of
STomato Pills," tie public will see ite necessity of being particular to inqgirefor "PI'lR PSP
Compound Tomato Pills." Price 37 and ,5 cents-per box.
.:.'3 S

T 0 regulate the storage of gun. powder i4 the
city of Apalachicola.
See. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
.Councilmen of the city of Apalachicola in coun-
cil convened, That from and after the pa'.sage
of this. ordinance, it shall not be lawful for
any person or persons, to keep in any store,
warehouse, dwelling or outhouse, uor on any
private lot, public street or squre, within the
jurisdiction of zhis corporation, [except in the
powder house] at any one time iny qu :ntiiy of
gun powder exceeding twenty-five pounds, and
which shall be in two or more tin or other can-
nisters, separate and apart from each owher. -
Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That it
shall not be lawful for any vessel, b..rque or
water craft of any other description wh..iever,
with gun powder on board, to ly along side of
any wharf within the jurisdiction of this corpo-
ration, any -length of time exceeding twelve
bours, provided always that such vessel, b- rque
or water craft, of any description, -hall be en-
titled to the same privilege as is aIlo-,d to scores,
warehouses, &c. as in section 1st of this ordi-
Sec. 3. And be it further ordained by the au-
thority aforesaid, That all gun powder [except
such quantity as is provided for in sec. 1, of tis
ordinance] shall be taken or sent to the ov. nei or
consignee thereof, to the powder house in this
Sec. 4. And be. it further ordained, That it
shall be the duty of the city marshal tuokeep the
keys of the said powder house, to personally
take charge, safely store and again deliver by
order from the owner or consignee, all powder
sent to said powder house under the provisions
of this ordinance.
Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That for

HARTFORD, July 12, 13M.
This may certify, that I have bh.'n for t'e last 18 momhs in a very feeble state of health,
with loss of jppetie, palpira'ion of -he he.-ri, almost constant sickness of the stbmach, vomiting,.,
and lie d-ache; and io all t is ws ;added frequent --nd severe aitacks of' Rhzvnatism. I had
consulted several physicians, and t; ken their remedie., ('%nd among other things, frequently ,
large quJmiies of calo'mel,) bul wiihou nauch relief. I had tried numerous other popular reme-
dies which are recommended for such complaints, (as Brandretih's Pills, &c.) and various
things wlich my fr'iends advised, bm sii!l without any relief. A friend of mine reconmmemJed
Dr. Phelp-s' Ton.nto Pills, wvjLich I tried, and to die astonishment of myself and friend%, produe-
ed almost" immediate relief, and one box has completely relieved me of all those complaints, and
I ..m now able toa'.tend io my d-dly l~bor and business. Diiring the time I was taking the
P:ils, I voided large qn-ii~iies of worms, from which I have suffered most of.the time-foryears,
but have no: been troab'_-d witlh them since. My daugh er, who has bhcn for a long time af-
flicted with a violent cough, p'- in in the side, palpitation of'._hc hert, wi'h general debility,
loss of nppe:'i;e and strength, &c. has also ben' very mtnc bjne- ckl by the u;, of one box of the
Pills. They are the onlv medicine which h is g;ven her -nv I el ef, '!thougb she has aken the
prescriptions of several physicians, and various other med'c'nei, during the lastsix months.
(Signed) J. DARLING'
CHItCKOPE FALLS, Oct. 22d, 183&.
Doer. G. R. PHE'.Ps--Dear Sir: Having heard much s&id of 1, te in f,:vor of your Com-
round Tomato Pt!ls," I hFve been induce. to -ive them a :]i:.l in a vur!e v of'diseases for
v,'rch they -;re recommended, and which have occurred in my pr"aC ice, and I must say, that I
amn b.': cr pltla.sed wiih tkem than with any iar-1icirte I '.'a ,-v 'r uned. I have given them as
a Ca.iha,'ic, in the _M!iui aT,<-- i',n-; vi7l- i lis a:y prev,il aL lis se.ison of .be year, and also "
as an alternative in Lirer aii.' other C7,, ,: d ,a cb actions, and hinik hey have do.e more in.
bringing ;;:b.it regular and healthy secretions, than -:ny medicine with which I .?m ::cquainted..
I have, lon- b-lieved '!he Tomato to possess Deob-'truent ;nd A',j i-Bilious propreries ;- a con-
diment--snd in its use as a. medicine that belief has b.?en fu'lv i, b!ished. I find them topos-.
sess pow-'r'-fil Diu,'e:ic ],roperies :.lso,-as I prescr~b"d thi!, inInwo edses of dropsey'(oie of
them a v-rry sever," on-.) with dej:d,'l good effect : in boh-t'le urinary discharges were in-
cre;,sed from half ;i pint to two gallons, wi'hin "he fir' 1or y-eight hours after I commenced
using the Pills, and the p-itient is now in comfort.:ble he-l h.
I tiave now but *wo bjxe-s of Pills on hund, and shall be los' when they are gone, as I use
them in almost all C!S:-'s where I wvant a ca,:hartic. Re;_eCA.f'l.ally yoatrs,
For sale whole.-,-Ic and retail by B. S. HAWLEY, 2!7 W ter street, Apalachicola.

0 .N Monday, the 3d dany of June next, will be
sold-in front of the -Apalaehicola Exchange,
at.public auction, to the highestt bidder, the fol-
lo~i'g City- Lots; .viv: No. 3, 4. 17 and 18, on
brock E,'fr6nt range: being now Sold by order
ofIhW'Trustees of the-A Ilaachbfola Land Com-
pa~v;'on vinunt and" riske of the former purcha-
ser,W,. ,_W. Richards, who has not coniplied
Wi 4,ep te-ms "d the'fo.mer sale to. him, in
,3.h, fo:r' amount de ,e ler,',n to the said LtAnd
:06-priv)v'i'ih inte-rest and costs. Terms of
sale; one fourth bcash, bapanrce- in 1, 2, and 3
ears/,with interest. *" "
'-.::.: .'--" -JN O. 0ARNDCHAN,- Agent
ROBT. MYERIS, Auctionee'r.


Containing Qmuirterli! Fashion Plates, Illustrated
Articles, c^c., +e-..
I][N commencing a new volume, the publisher
A1would :ake occasion to observe, that not only
wi!l the Sme exertions be continued, which have
secured to his subscription list, an ninexampled
increase, but his clfinm5 upon the public favor
w;l! be enhanced by every means which unceas-
ing&'endeavor, enlarged facilities, and liberal ex-
prenditure can command.
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ITS ORIGINk PAPMES will be so varied as to
form a combination of the useful with the enter-
taining zend agree;!ble. These Will embrace the
and POETRY wliich miv deserve the name.
It is the plb!lishers desI,,n to make the Visiter
agreeable to the old -nd the votng-to the sedate
and the gay-to mingle the valuable with the
amusing-and to pursue the tenor of his way
with the entertainment of good feelings towards
all parties'"
TE-Rs.-The Visiter is published every other
Saturday, on-fine w)lite pnper, each number will
contain twenty four large super-royal octavo
pages, enveloped in -i fine prn'..ed cover, forming
at the end'of the year n volmne of nearly 600
page, at the very low price of '1 '25 per annum
in advance, or 6-} cents per number, payable on
-Post "Misters, and others who will procure
four subscribers and enclose Five Dollars to the
proprietor shall receive the 5;h copy gratis.

apr24 1 ..


' a TlE pxroprietor6 of this establishment
*~_,--i1',, begs leave to inforr his friends and,
j*' I[[',:.lapat~rong.that h~e is this season be'i~er
..--- "- preptaredto acicommodate them, than

at apy previous period since he has been engaged
,in-he b+'sincss. Daring the p : summer he ,has
repaired and.-_refitted his premises, and,hiving
,comp'plfted all 'his arrangemenms, respectfully so-
ilicits t e patronage and support of his dounfry
'friends, and the- travelling public generally, and
-gives assuraniee that no-efforts shall be spared on
hlus-p!art, to -contribute to the com-fort-of such-as
favor him with their custom. -
Families are intfrned: thakt.they can be fur-
nished with separate apartments, and that an
eOtracee has been eonstruc-ed-15y wlfieh'they are
en-bled to be en~irel private.
I-Since the occurrence of the fire at the Oa-ro-
iftl'Hotel, some few years since, by which the
propfietor lost a considerable quantity of Wine,
he has succeeded irepleishing his stock, fhving
co6 c..ed -a fine assortment of old wine%, and first
ov:'i-' T liquors, Which he -can recommend with
confidence. ANGUS STEWART.
. April 24.-" r .

each and every keg, package or packages, of pow- P opE UTUS AN ORDINANCE.
der sent to the powder house, it shall and mav be OF T TA AH STAR
lawful to charge the sum of one cent per pound-up- OF TIIE -'rALIAIIA E- aE STAR. O, en ordinance entitled 1 An ordi-
oneachandeverypoundreceivedat,stored!in,aznd "UTOM has s';.bli.'hed the practice of IU nance Establishing and regulating a ltt-
delivered from said powder house, to b2collec.ed rendering a C rosiumc of pi indpk's, pro- lic A.trket iu, the City of Apalachicola," pass
by the aforesaid city marshal, one half for tIhc essions and terms, on ilte p:!r! of ,iose whio MayI 17, liP38.
benefit of the marshal and one half for-the use would essay to c;,,cr ior th[Le ,l.Lc ;i (- ;i c iI Se. I. t- .: it ordaiwdrly the Alayor and Coun-
of the city. the way ol1;0ews, Whnd ho would sc,"k dhV glim- ci rmcH iPf .', City of Apaldchicoia in Camncit
See. 6. And be it further ordained, That it dance of public opinion thron ., .lie mI'!i, co, : *:r.,.', a P blic Maike., tor the &,le of
shall be the duly of the city marsh;)d to kep a of the press, as prcliin:.ry to iheir d.-'uv belbie Butt, Pok, MU.On, and owhcr fresh meais;
record of all powder stored, and it' the -ame such publ;e _No r heiould such a course be lFish, Vege~blcs, Butter, Eggs, Poultxy, and
shall not have been claimed previous ;to the !x- d.LeMcd ::irogant or db...t;-iv,.. b' on 1l;,: con- o!':7r ;i Mzr s of Fresh Provi.-ions, shall be, and
piration of twelve months I'.- oni tile tjirmc ini~t. irary, l roper -nd ,ppo:41e, ":z d in every se'-e ; he s-^t h'u!-cby *s, tesu blishcd in MWiket Place,
ne mav and is hereby authol'ised to sell due -o Jhe public wi.fi ;nd d ; I at th? kei Hou **, .-nd L shall no. be L.wf.l
at public outcry after having given ten days The rapid ;lKtb lvcn-me of. ilie p1 c -sen rg, inhe to offer .or sale o article of n liitsf pi uvieidn in
previous notice. 1-0 1 cubo l e
See. 7. And be it further orddlined, That any men-. of literature, "-nd ihc science of inci. Is. ; gee. 2. AnL1 b._ i+ furfber aju;ined, Thtany
person or persons refusing subuiission to, or whils it inic. a ov.-il n pIe p, ......... t .. 01 .t.e.wis
otherwise violating any provision of this ordi- ulant to in1.i ..l cn:ei praise, at, 0 e smc lihnti eid- .;]..Iiii" the _.nt;:"sns:of" This ordinance, shall on
nance, shall on conviction before the mavor b? .. condition before thee Mayor, or any one oo the
fined in a sudm not less than one hundred dollars, imlpor,:.nce of being well prepared a;l;:e :o iri-; tnc, *bjts ol Cu>c:l, be .fned in a sum not ex-
nor exceeding two hundred dollars for each and partt ,nd re,.-cive, those L :, c t ,pincil'es, WI i('1I eedin'wtuv''jlL'islur e..cl.iidevery offence.
every offence; one half to be paid to the prose- sustain ithe rce inisii!u.ions of o0.1 conwiry, nd S e 3 A b if ordz.ind, That the
cutor and one naf to the cityto tread lightly upon the s:;crcd mou.&s ef li!er- S 3.:-, ydb oienerd every dor in the wpk at
use of the city. ature, lest the rtb-iking spiri! of some !,,pancd -, ; t", i .,l b eocd a o'clock A
Sec. 8. 'And be it further ordained, That all scholar, should blast our vaul.ing anmb.ion,"' M', nd- i Vb. re-opcned Lt 4 o'clock, P. M.
ordinances conflicting wiLh the provision of this and put to shamnc our ignor:'uce, e v eryd a cxco,, S t bb h nd closed ;, in at
ordinance be and the same are hereby repealed. Upon the conductor ol press in Florida, -. a arc .. ...sold or unsold, hL. be
Passed Feb. 4. D. B. WOOD, "he,c wnld "eem to devolve a wo-fohl rcspon- t .. t e m fe
R. C. KERR, Clerk. Mayor pro tem sbli V. The Telr torv iw y0r1 i r-e ;,ndtex-
perience. aind r;!piulv syt'l'.n" v i n a diversizicd "'-
AN ORDINANCE. population, who'e c'ducatiou : n1i ,i..nner h- v- Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That the
Abenc n,' t v r o'oulds,s, .s h b_ .i b *Hm..r. to the city shall be hung_ ip at the
T o amend an ordinance entitled An ordi- one portion of the community, may require 1he M. ikc! House :da it sh-all be the du.y of the
nance regulating the fees, &c. of liaib:'r- gen'le food w.hiih nourishes youth.:lind inexpe- M,_r-lu.ll to ing ithe samve at the oltaing and
Master." rience; tlhe o-ler, from their intelligence andi closing of ilic' Mi iket.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Coun- wisdoin, will dcnmand the suba-',-.ials of research Sec. 5. Ai,; bj it further ordained, That it
cilmen of the city of Apalachicola, That from and rctlection. shtli not b'- b:!vful for ,ny person to brin to or
and after the passage of this ordinance the fol- It will then b? the purpose of Jhe St;r" to oflcr for s;,le ny unwholsome article of provi-
lowing fees shall be allowed to the llarb.r master labor for the general diffiusion of knowledge, I sions, : ny l]utrlfting or utsonnd flesh'oi fis;
of the port of Apalachicola, to wiL: under the motto of wisdomr whi. h we have and ;.ny I e son tr,. 'Nresing hi secicrn y be
For each and every arrival of a Ship, birque, adopted, and which was ulteicd by the great fined on convicn, b.fi.ore theMi yorormf.mbem s
brig, schooner or sloop over 200 tons burthen, f;'t er of hik Co'mnry : and assummig this b;o d | of Council, no! to exceed twenty dollars for eath
one and a half cents per ton-under "00 tons and tmexc .i,:: ble ground, i.,s course in ]Sl-! inll every of tfice.
b'irthen, two cents per ton. ties, will be di;ected by principle-fice fui~ ".'t. G. AuJ be i: further ordained, That the
For each and every arrival of a steamboat, party bi-is, !.id z s a natural consequence siric ly Muvo. b Li :.t^th*r.sed to rent or le-se outit ettalls
one dollar and fifty cents, indeLpen.leen. in Icnw, ll(.* house ;!t public ou'cryonh'ee st
For each and every arrival of a barge, cot- The near approximation of the Terriory to of Novemb.'r of evw ry year, or its soon ther-
tln box, flat or raft, one dollar, her ;:ppropiiate Iplace anong-t the S.att's 01 ( lit after r is the public convenience my requ .e-fe-t"
For each and every vessel employed in light- Union, elicits d',ep and univcrs.i interest in her he tc:'in of one year,
ering in said harbor, per month, two dollar. welfare, n-nd is throwing upon the surface of Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, Thartjie
Sec. 2. And b_ it further ordaiiied, That ves- poptlnIr exciteienw', ; v.'; variety of conflic'.ing ler.sors of said st-Alls in said- market house ball
sels loading at the wharve%, by order from the principles, which muat ultimately settle down have no right to release or hire out the same, or
harbor master shall give place to a vessel to dis- into broad and dis'int lines of party politics., any part tlhere-of to any oehlr pers.on opfr o
charge. In the present posture of affairs, the conductor. Sec. 8. And bt it further ordained, That any
Sec. 3, And be it further ordained, That all of the ;tar" will deem it prudent, to wait the stall crpart thereof in svid market hose leased
vessels within the jurisdic, on of this corpora- issue, to which alliuMon has-just been m:!de, erel or hired Ov by any per-on or persevi other Wtban
tion, shall cock-bill their Aawer yards, rig in he marks out distinctly his political course; *the authorised betbre named, snail be trftifted4o
their jib-booms, and have their-anchors in bard, meantime, advocating and -sustaining the well the use of the Cilv. I I
while lying at the wharves' e.tablihed and wholesome institutions of the Sec. 9. And be'it further gpdained, That any
Sec. 4. And be it further resolved, That all country, :nd striving to give such direction to stall or part thereof in said tXr"Net home beeoin-
vessels, steamboat-, &c. not actually engaged in to tbe poular will, asbest to pnr(u-note and uphold ing v cvtctd before the txpfratibn of the leahe,
reciving or discharging cargo, shalLgive an op- the Republican principles of the confcdetacy. the same nkty, by athority a4d the, M-yor, be
portunity to others to discharge or take in cargo. In ;cknowledgement of a sound principle, ad- again rented or leased oit for tt balaMce of L4
Sea. 5. And be it further resolved, That all vanced bv one whose wisdom was at least guided term.
vessels lying -t anchor within thejuri.sdiccton of by invpiraition ; to wit: Tho very ide;. of the Sor. 10. And be it ftrtr lhttnrt, Trrrt Ar
this corporation shall b2 udder the control andi lwer and the right of the people to e.-,tablisb j,, losorn, of the said 'tills shall l l b." ,& lfto
subject to the instructions of the harbor master. gawevnment, ,:e.:upposes ,- (c dn'y of every in+! good o-d&r, andt ok e 1r' Sec. 6. And be it further resolved. That if I divdual to oby the esTiiblished gov-nmen., ter of ;.nyvkind wltiever,at voodbe kel to
any commander of a vessel, ste-amb'iat, b-rge or and viewing our general g oTl nner as lpec- produce Ln uu.'leWn, rl b to-cid m &Z
sat, violate any of the foregoing regulations, heh liarly the parent nd Froe or of this- infant ing -v do so wIen required l tcn msnl,
may be punished bv a fine not exceeding flltyI Territry, the present administration will be eup- shsll be fttid hai a snm ant ei ltdiI ^t9MyftIA,
dollars, Moreach ana every offence, one 4 fbr :ported in the leading featilres of it, gene,,l tars fir ^Atnad eierM offeaoa ; I
theuae of the city, and the other half for the eus policy, while ever that policy squarmestles dieg' e We.'.4d be tt ft 0rtk W* T i t
of the complainant, and the marshal is hereby .nd actions by the Constinob of tile 0C'0" -;Ty. fs,!e V t), a#y 4 ihe erV Az to,-
empowered to collecl such fine, either by levy on The eolnmn, of he .Slit" will rcz.in'It. litet.: ,Let dvrin. n91tk+et no,------ f-x-
property, or through any justice of the peace in apropri~te quin'um of t ny.rry and TIL4 cellpn- obldAaCli to +he ,'tre ehd" r t pfl|
his citv. cons matter ; nor will tle "Poet- Corey"' be 11Tke", -rd to bring, iir We* 00 f knr wWMar
Sot'S. And'be it further resolvefl, That all neglected; Literature, being no! only eomroo- m cwbs gf Poonetl BT, i-T "M
ordtnands or parts of ordinares conflicting witlih neni part bfevery free qoveminmen Iot forming rt,,in bAlbc Ut tgl at'-- 1 k
art oet 1 1 0 Ibee o I7 ri- V,, 040'lll
the provisions of this ordinance, be nndthey are ome of it-, most b._,ntifq mipers rneyrs., r :, B .tai"
heie-y repealed. Passed Jan. %8y 1839. though Science -nd ULternture may embellish t .. .- ., i
I.L. S. CHITTENDEN, Mayor. th ('rin:hbA Capltl, and.Commerce.an d-the I Sec_ Ill. MBb.V
,- t. C. ]K B, Clerk. Arts polish its littering spirt, ye bAgnittiMte, ,rd.'am_ "_ia"tfI
I I e at the f-,htte of thalt t^tww on *1dleb r.ot "nea" 8- Rid
-To "IKE. soelety ih,;sea. wad viewed? B ttis intemohoRL a" & o?--?^
tflftj~~l^MB~l '^^fcttfcj'W"' lCmo'^^vx, elItf PlOWME ^~fiB ^M~~

... TE B1S ..
T HE large -two stovy building, and lot No. 4,
bloRk R, 2d range formerly occupied _as a
Dhrg-Store,-Post Office and Land Companies
Office. It is well calculated 'for a erbekery or
furniture store, being well fitted up for either,
and having the Ice House in .the rear, would
not be obstructed by other buildings. Also, to
rent, for one year, all the wharf lots now fitting
up-and improving by-the Land Co.., Ap1l5y to
I apr24 1 JNO. CARNOCHAN, Agent,


FTO ensure the security and tranquility of the
J-I inh'ibirynts, and the safety of property in
the city of Apalachicola.
-Sec.'l. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Councilmen of the city o" Apalachicola, in coun-
cil convened, that from amd after the passing of
this ordinance, the Marshall of the city is au-
-thorized, and shall make a list or roll of all free
white male inhablit:nts; between the ages of 1B
and 50 years, residing within the corporate lim-
its-of the city.
See. 2. And be it further ordained, that the
persons whose names shall be- enrolled as afore-
said, shill be divided into divisions of five, in
the manner in which the marshal shall consider
most advisable for bhe public good, each of which
shall be subject to perform patrol duty, by night,
regularly and successively in their turn. Pro-
vided always, that any'person so liable to per-
form patrol duty, may employ as a substitute,
any person who has the qualifications necessary
for the performance -of~this duty.
See. 3. And be it further ordained, that it shall
be the duty of the marshal to appoint a discreet
person from among-the number of each patrol,
to be their commander, who shall have authori-
ty to direct their'psoceeding%, and command good
order during theft term of service; and every
such commander is -hereby empowered and re-
quired, on ever), default, misbehaviour or neg-
lect of d(uy, of any patrolman, to report the same
to the'Mayor, who'shall inflict a fine upon such
offender of not less than five, nor more than
twenty dollars, with costs, which fine shall be
collected by the Marshal and paid over to the
Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That eve-
patrol shall, on its night of duty, meet at the
ringing of the city beH, at 9 o'clock, and shall
patrol the streets o long as its commander shall
deem necessary, and shall be authorized to go
into, and examine, all kitchens and outhouses
within the jurisdiction of this corporation, usu-
ally occupied by negtoes, or persons of color, at
such times, and as often as they, in their dis-
cretion, shall see fit, and may and shall arrest
'all slaves or persons of- color,.whom they shall
meet in the sireets, kitchens or outhouses (ex-
cept thdlf own pl->cas of lodging) without a writ-
ted pass f(Ym the owner, gualan or employer,
of such person or persons, and said patrol shall
In farther authorized to correct every such
slave or free!person of color, who shall be ar-
*WM~ted, by wtpIjping with a switch r raw hide,
nat exceptding twenty lashes.
Sec. 5., And frit fBtiaW.*rdained.thM it shall
,J, the de uq of said patrol, "nd they are hereby
authorized to arrest, and' property, conflne;,az
disorderly,'vtows or drunken white personst
whom they may met while in the dis.o .r( e
4 tir ftli, wbohall be brought bf. the
yVulr OB the succeeding day to be dealt wi'.k
according to law. .
Sec. 6. And boit further ordained, that all
rA I s iiBM~liniog wiA theprov ",qp of this
*rdrilstw be. &Wr q^ lo aref bereb~y repealed.
Pa.bCed -24h T i 'm9ale ,,
bAl.czr'! KrL, Cle.rk,

"PHE Law Pirtnership heretofore existing
A- between WM.- P. DUyAL and the Hon.
RICHARD C.-A:LLENr htr been dissolved by
the appointment, under the United States, of the
latter, 'as a *Judge of the Superior Courts for
EN.BROUGH- axe now associated as partners
in the '-'r'-c of Law. The first residing at
Tallahassee, the latter at the city of Apalacbi-
cola'. Win. P. "Duval will attend the court of
App eals-and the Superior courts in Leon, Jeffer-
son, Gadsden,, FrAiklfn, and Calhounr Counties.
Mr. BrockenbrQogh will atter d thecourt of Ap-
pe!ls and the' OSperior Courts of Jackson,
Franklin, Calhoun end Leon counties.
A lrrtV24, 1839. ..... ..

`"fq4TICE'is hereby givcn, that this Company,
J'%, wl continue to sell at private sale Lots hi
4he -citbfrapatacalla+and anqof their Lands
thatare surveyed, upon the same terms as here-
toftre, ,Ai.one-f,)tith: 6f tlie eonsideration'"to be
paid jp cash, and one-fourth annuallyy in one,
two and'firee veam,' with' inteftst. Or the
Tnrft "' wff give 6) puroehaaers tv.deed of.con,
veyance upon payment -of one half of the con-
sideraion inac.',aband the balance p'yible one-
h ,If in three brear, :,md one-haf.fB five years,
"wirlfihrerest atnhaly to b5 secured4y 'bond"and
mort, gage on therpremises. :
Mr. John Carnohan is authorized to receive
rtppklcakio*i,ifl doo fiegistato with plurchasers as
to the terms of sale. He will give all necessary
i Dfrr rttadItNodcOin tbig U- e lia,,esw of the comt
plWbr Mid l"oranty etied -to its affairs iZ
FMcrtd"-- '''- .. -
Persom having busittss with Ihe board of
Di'CM^ -f: isow.addre&r Mr, Joseph Dela4
field, the'Generar Agent is-e"rewYork,p9r"th*,
LEW19 CURTIS, l -rnA k +
New York, Jai.-.-14j,39-- -api92,4 lem