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The Apalachicola courier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048584/00003
 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: August 20, 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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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STtrnttJ Of t0^t ( r < ~tri. 3^i Ctll~rtl are succeeded by, the lighter lab,-,,', '.*..;s .... .I,; I4, '"..i.l-. no doubt %%cre hid in the woods, as dogs ry kind3and polite. Ourcaptain, however.
PUBLICATiON.--The Courier will be ....-.-...... winter. As we have said irn the \\u~ds E 'K E L O R ING F \ IP E I) 1 T I 0 N w\,:re barkino at a short distance. The hut declined the offer, until he heard from shore.
published twice a week duoringthe winter, and Prom the Metropolitan h aaagazine. Wilh S-hakspeare, he cceearns aLtA Il'l cV ta.t rlThe a [.-lr from a rns x in. form of a coe I.- I I Orrbo-twstuIned of a cone, made of sticks procured
ublished twnce a week d ring tmer w DUFF HOUSE, THE SEAT OF THEE gets that he wears," and hi! PiIo iphyi. genthl.inan,-,n board lle I -p I -nanf ;-.ltcl id eoInereId wpth green weeds ; in it we every thing necessary, principally frwit tgii
Sonce a week during thesummer. EARL OF FIFE. that of the shepherd who'isat. li iiait 'egonq To thilt expetliin1t, 10 a rt i li\e i, iihis c fiournd Tih hannlng up in the smoke, plenty English storeS." <
ayabSCle I O --SeinadovlarNspcrannum, It has lofg been a just and sincere argu- pastures make fat sheep.' He Jial% sa., VlC snt,, %,-r% t\",.;ry i nr pt:rticila.r; Of oft-h.-!l fi-hi laid upon large green leaves;
payable *i all cases in advance. N o s nbscrip- ... ; = .... .. .
_.n w] ... ...... rpp nlth pntrment with the aristocracyof this.country, truly, and with an honest pride- il l).-y,._ up tl1,0 itih e -,I" ,t-: d1.t,-- the blanmke1, &c. we bad given there spread Prom th Mobile Journal:., ,
.. .......... when reftided of the hberahly with which V I eat my own lamb .'-April 10, 1839. upon grass. The men offered us fish, and ^TAT|STI.a OF COTTON.
disontinuti al arepaid. the noblesse and gentry of the continent My chickens and hamq "We sailed from Rio de Janeiro, on the when I began to collect plants, they laugh The entire gioth of CottonI in the 'orfl
I l W lAt l $1 l~ Ol ne dollar per square th con in M y -.1 a ,
ADVERTISI open up their* walks and pleasure rounds I shear my own fleece ahd I wear it." .D 9l Dec. for Orange Bay, in Tierra del ed and picked up grass and everything that is set doa at 1,000,000,000 pounds. 0i
1lr the nrst insertion, and 75 cents for every sub- oii 1,- 11 nu ant inor:,-anl ht-.\ c-ti. i 1'00i1. 1 iill instructions to run a line of was athand and poured upon -me with a ti
,. ,- t~~~~~~~~tothe public, that the spirito'd: (,, ct : I.. ", c.Nax'lntlra-a ll ci l iC,.ntu t s t u ln o d ptie p n e ih hs 5,0010aep osdt b go~
&e<;tuen one. sostrong with our youth md-hie, Imu K, 4-;p -"t,---n ,wn io ; f-'.-' -i flown the coast of Patagonia greatdeal of humor, supposing probably in the United States- in Brazi-Sin
T- fEN ~f-01 xE CONSTITUTE A SQUARE. a deihflpso" nsgl ftatIwsgigt a h eb!W
--J!.W-Vr.q mt specified- as to time. will orders generally, that they- cf, e ,i- o'I,- larnl hut.,, hi'far3n, n, hi, n,--s-. 3' h.'u.1) delightful passage,, in sight of that I was going to eat the herbs We West Indies-a27 in Egypt-of6 in thes
.....4TiMrN~s ot speci-ied as to time, willtrusted with the same privilege. ouui ir.:-t-. -.,\ li,,.lin.-hi .ls", liiu-ni.1y ,:r sij".l.iid :tlii,-i the whole tire. At Port St. saw some whales i this harbor, andfound of.Africa-190 in the west of Asia-Sid
h ubl'sned until forbid, and charged accord" are pulled up or cut to piece-w .\lkq gre I'r ; 1:--l1-1.- 111111, ile 1:1-16-11 5 V L' were so near theland as to see bones in some of the ojd abandoned huts.- M
^riay .... .. ^ -' ..... "*' destryed-flouers; and plant aire -,";-iii 1,id I _lriiv e],- ,l~ I.i'n.k. ail,J i:u .-,r, for I0,f I- i I,-mis feeding on the sideof the hills. Their canoes are r, lade ;of bark, sewed to- and 14 millions elsewhere.'
.AvpBa'tnz-NsofBan ,kr2upic~esw'tlu-1 ea11.tbe i, 'r(k_ I,'. 'IA I I., imit,IIa oIIIIihi-][,\m room ol a .-.p:pto'Min tl,,;us, :Ona:he 2! -,, we were south of the sun. gether with a species of seaweed, and el- Thus, attend cents per pound, (aa rice
o.,Uinbied, unless paid for previowi~d inert re.^ nul *lt,--,m,.a,. *-i.:,!.al_.mze**T~s .a te.Lr',;kp :,r, a-.nd ,Jt,t of'ili.. t,,\s n f,,r h.i if' ii-.,'>-"i ('I,'isin];s day was passed in latitude 31 ways have a fire in the bottom vhich is co- berlow which i-t has rarely ever fallen) "tll?.
brpaymenr guaranteed by a rcspon kible P rsont down and di-plaot, > I', er': i, .:anv.mnl".'J l'.: 'Jire tor foin qtorn brik l-, -,,:s ', l*.. ,.-.8 12' We had for dinner vered with clay. cropis Worth .H100,tXO.UO0. For the last
?.^" S :All announcements of candidates w it be' and brutality,. 1h`t1, .it is alleged. dor'strot. _.-1 i )i ,,'_ l._. hai c.._. ,, I.- i,1 r ..t -. '. .- ii"-" ".. ,partridges, and green pease, all "In the afternoon, w'-got nder way, fity year, hover, the value thoughh
-'d21a ed F.ive 1DollatS,,aV.144t11 advance. happen .j,.oue, but in cr,'-, u in' no, in I,-:,,,.i, r. l,: ,,iiU.,.iii it--ol .1 'U ." |qgit,,I in France Abot the lst Jan wf and arrived ,d Oramgebay early iiuhe eve- often luctuatingsuddenl\, aqd widely ) as
.... .-'' rommunca'lons-r'advern--ements,,l any wh"ich i h' lic 11.h \ J*."*e? 'e< ,, to %u alk.s snokv rh ii ."err,, rkhi tit -.T1 ,' fi,, t. 2? ,;-. t iairo?, IP'ct't. iali a ia ,,in? ha\in- br el obliged to seek It out. b av'raged 19b. Aa% hia pricY lh. p. slr f
personal nature, when admissible, will be and plantations,,or to the lawns and grounds some breaths How could a farm,.11 tn." Yi1. On tlhe 9111 Jainiuary we wyore off. taking -bs':-r\ations cevery charged as advertisements, surrounding the residences of the nobility. such a choice as this ? We would t :it.L" ^irn' St. Ehcina.u, iid :-,\ tll,[ illziiia: it \v as we found we were ten or twelve miles. Of this, about 350) iilHons of pounds are
chage as aderismets slurrihll'tlg thev thetee ofl, t,_hc nobiity such aot chic it. Orange bay woul aveygodar conume andi nlan171rc C% England--
YEARLY ADVERTISERS, of matter appertaining There is too much truih in the statement, for a reply, did we not know that t.e du!-fitl'kil .a\, the land l-d \cry south of it. Orange bay is a very goodhar- cca
.strictly to the business of the parties, will be as the experience of most persons will en- answer which would be advised, air-r Aftlii hIJ/pt1ii.. i:it. %% I. coul,'.1 ,'t iai.t, n1t Itl\ ing bor, large and commodious; plenty of wood about 150 millions in the United Staics-,
charged as follows: able them to decide. I "cannot boast with longest study, would be the iatiiif.ic,_- il,:.at,.. The country appears barren, no and water, with abundance of ducks, geese, 80in France-C250 in China and Indin-25
Over 50 lines, and under 100, $75perannum Dogberry, that I have had my losses in the one that something better wa- ln" ip,.a:,4_.1 r' trees, but a stumpy vegetation. The fsh, &c. After the ship was securely moor- in South America and Mexico, including
Over 20 lines, and unaler 50, 50 patrician *fashion, but M-an truly say that I only, for it would be a miracle a hni.i-.t __l" i ,.:,i,: coast of Patagonia has the same ed, a light house wasestablished on Burnt, Brazil-35 in Germ any- -5 in Turk ey and
Over 5 lines, and under 20, 5 have often witnessed and deplored those of man to find himself happier ,-r in bIell. yt]r,-it.h and flat appearance; no thickwoods Island, to guide the rest of the squadron.- Africa-10 in Spaiu-26 in Prussia-and
5 lines, and under, 10 others. Even our churches and church- circumstances, after such a cban-i.e: ,-f r,:.,s '.Io beh ,-.en, nor the least sign of inhabitants ; It set in to rain, and continued with violent the remainder elsewhere. "
Those wishing to advertise by the year are re- yards are not exempt from this mischief, as dence from the county in tfi,: eiv.- N,[I'-lie ,i.ces called ports are uninhabited, winds for eight days, so as not to allow any The value of Cotton manufactures i\,
".quired explicitly to state their intention before- many a noseless and wingless cherub can No. The true Elisium, the r.-Oil ,'uri,.i i '" On the 21st January we made Cape St, one to go on shore, except once to carry England, is believed to be annually about
hand, and yearly advertisers will be continued on testify. on earth is the country,-the I-re,-i, I'ul'- .ri"2,.,, Staten Land, etc. and arrived at Good provisions for the party in charge of the 170 millions of dollars-in France, 70 mill-
'he lin, unless notice for discontinuance be given The residence of the Earl of Fife affords "ul beautiful country. The ,ty f,-,r It>. Seurc-,.; Bay, so named by Capt. Cook.- light house, ions-in the United States millions.
itleast one month previous to the expiration of one gratifying exception to this rule. Duff task-master and his hard-w'C'l... It -?-nt ai: t i,-re we anchored, and went on shore. The two schooners arrived on the 16th The capital employed in mnufacturing
1 :, o ir yearly term. House stands within a few minutes' walk but the country for the man u lI.. \%%lih^ TTi,^ qf.pearance of the land about the of Feb.; and the Vincennes, Peacock, and by machinery, is estimated, in Eugland, at
SBills for advertising for resident merchants, of the town of Banff. It is-surrounded by for wealth anti leisure-cunciiirnine arnfnt Magellan wasverydreary; barren Porpoise, on the 18th and 19th, from Rio 200 mill ons of dollars--in France at 120
will be presented on the st April, and the 1st extensive woods and walks--some stretch- long life. j and rugged rocks, mountains covered with Negro. Capt. Wilkes ordered our ship to' millions-'i.the Unted States at 110 mill-
1-)October :-others will be required to pay in ad- ing far around in tle wild exuberance of -" The shepherd's homely ell., Id snnow, etc. Good Success is a very pleas- prepare for sea immediately, take all the ions.
t nature, and others duly cut and dressed, Il, e H I ._-- ,hi i l-,r iik 1 .1111 u,' hi: :I-:.h.,' I)IcL lall bayr : aIe hi ., lre? on','(red ir afc, ma, a-aw.
__ -T r ten those "trim gardens" which Milton c,1n- r k, .l I .- e o cc,
..1 o r .....al L,: t h ",e l Li t %,% i-t '' "
rn-, --- ,_ncin rates, -and- in wnlcn tm anle.estor-.. c ttf ab-ris %ilii tat: f.1.Yla
Will be entitled-to a .',p nf cal.,acae-all over t-1 ... a i. )') bv l.,,,t., ?,,,.'., ... ... J. t. b,6tltrl kLrb,-r us, yi l o I\ -,\v- ra n,.:, 1c. c-tel.:ri th stajt, ,l, 5hia.llan a't only 60 tnlllluns o1 pounds. (Dic. of
that numter~m ...... TlO per rn.' on amount loved to take their pleasure. Tjih -t lie o.,- IIt- v-,-,i o, .-, .. u, ".^ is hh,- -n.,ll rL b,-h er:,'l,,.fri",t ;n-a throni.h ,ocfbnrilclinrneland ren'lnn ain .p nT.tpm.) The whole ('onsnrnptton In
th~at numV6be l I be p.Xfd 10! per cenit. on amount s *. .ilil ope to th "iieis~f n l liI H t t ie 4 -Ch i: T e ... se o llr,[le
S, "r *stayntly open to the citizeiisofTnn:l", aur-i to Hl rb.^.\ .-... ln.h-. l, 3n: ,.ni.,ui b..l.' . a gr'e',t v~iri,.t\, of lItath lhke -rlituils \.\e to (_r'n _,'c hiarbor. The two schooners-, the Etrope, in 1530, w\as about 387 ul~lhotns ol
co l at d a r- ea %n io v o. ... O nn i .
.. cll~etedall strangers, and in no oile instance, we t,c. l h,_II_ :Ptn Im q- LI I:,.a,. Ih plol l.. %Ae~lt (, -,I e alrtnh ,] 1) the Iteethl, L-t.. Ino11 Peacock at,(] Porpoi.e, %ih Capiain WY. poun s
cnAl l c o m m u n i c a t i o n s i n t e n d e d f o r p u b i c a a i e v e b a s a nyi d o b n i nsta e d -- ,l t, e!r-i r .- tri s i \ ,,- i l p l .a t r nil l (h,- n- ei hr a i o .r itln d ._',mi s _n t t h in s e r o f \p l h ( 'prnin a-. p oo rdid U r ne ;hi
''jtion shul be padres to J ieve, has any outrage been comm ted .I, I1 i: >-irit 111 ,ii.:iin.~.i'liFiii>;~ \cr- in search iuo .frili>lid ii? ilise r io tem gn irp k ; S-in trlii n G ogi er h
Stion,shoulbe adressed to Nay, his lordship is still more indulg nt. re]l, ie I .I,- > [r,-.., u !ii ,,u~j [t...doh-l i ,'I of' p ,-,pluc ha,.\wl',c.;n lli,:re. Ill Vmcennr-s to reninin at Or'allg bay.-- "'S Slate.- in the Union to grow Cotton to
,f JO* ._- C OSK Y Any person hmay obtai-.,doii-i .f-1 .-k '2 ,11%,, :i illuit.,,t.i ( i t.r 1 t-11.11 r, t 'n.-- ll rnin- I-w- -.ar oun aiL\tilion Thnynillsaled on te25th Feb. andwe on any cor.dterable extent, 191, wo m llhons
AG -7.N T .S F O R T H E ,C O U R IE R.- LI ..... princely m ansio t, w hit h is _iir li':1, \\ % lh i al Il'-'-- i \'. ;1 i li, ii"ijI, ,t!it I;ii t'i tl'l.,tls ,il-l "\*.1t0 c% 10'6,ll. b v a -h r, lilins... '" oln u,,l ',n-\ ii i" tihe *,*6llb, n.1l id ha a i- eccsc icinl of .- orn s o|' poiinds w ere grrn ifll he llnion- \^
Messrs. GOrMAN '& HI-,LL, Tallahcssee. .fine collection of t:,',i,,ii,, and works of IWe ndna -- ,,C,.; N,.I -`:, I,,i .ih'/ .;;i I.:.el-'. wo_ dI-o -:-,>:., the iat\-1 .-. ThI ('l iC ,t. and! %%fill'l-:i-t %%ind and rain, inkina.: vc-rv ntilli7na tfl vhieh _'c in Sulh Caro,]ina,
D r StM C BELLAMY j art and verti ,i leaned -from all quarters ,-,f toi e tf h l 'rin ..- iru,:.di:i \ fnni,-d.- little t:,, gru-- trm a,'ds- our de-,,tnation. WVe and 'eri, h alf niillo '-in Georgia.
00l. SANc Ez St. Augustine. the globe, and in which the pencils of thil .. D...ME-T!- Li ii.- lt i, thc l,.l r.,i .,.}-sr t'Jiini.:r, I 1Aent --if Iinr.: a.l.j u d -t ia,,t saw 2rt:at nurmnb r_ of albatroys rlant and In 18:1, 40 millions was ihe crop olf ahe
JUDGE'DRAKr masters shine fourth in a* ..'"-'ll, iit1- not unl- 1rnio.t l'l,,.tu -.,i, ,-,t' -,,e ty, in Ahi fit.tie n naiite, round a fi, ti oupr in,:n ; s["rmy p,-rcls, & J A HUDSON, Pess Colum us worthy of their lustre. These "cool aii"y Iwl.:.-l ni-k id airl \\ il'u. -?.:,-1 <.,t ,.,irl t,_2'.jlt. 'h e.f', \\-err.- a tail E',-id lo,,kin'- p,,-,t_,l, \\ It 1101 ?o r,,~nd C'ape Horn. \\e experienced ill South Carolina, 10 in Georgia, 5 in Vir-
J. A. HUDsoNEIsc., e-bhumbus. '11 .. ....f. RA 'tt.1 1 -er a .11 .~l~ .o-I~ .opo %% .1) lo .1 ,1114 x e
J U-S T A F.. ... ...N ob h a lls ," in w b ic h th e g e n i rs o f hie a r tis t p; .. i h i r p n t i "tl ,,. nd \ i t n o I t a ll '1.i iu th ,-w n u \ e i ,: ir ;'ll It e b a d t W et-h r l ,. "w hic h th a t el 0 g in a -1 in N o r th C a r o hn a a n d 1 in T e n -
, JVSTINIAN F. D)AVIS, Novet- Yo7 /. I. T . "r''- ,- ..
: ,.,2.:_.2s ,-- -,&,r -T M .. ... Ne .-O .lea .s Bidds the gay bloom of vernal landscapes ri"..: p,:-ic'(I sN\tipl,\ ,-.l i t ,-, I .,n'ult t all Ih:-'t.h,',h j,:.r.,. Th,. al|pearc: to b,all a -;rrpl> l h,:, th-e, an i. celubrated. Our ship rolled nel ce.
i. '-" J o t-o & ...M.. M E s,, New- Orleao n s. or has imu mortalized forms and featur,.s *:x\'e- ,,:s, p,.1 i, '.t.i ,/n li d lcsiret7 i'enpl':- al] vr\r j,:al,-,ti. iijt all.u i1.,2 hlld l -,rtel1'd o that it wasahnost impos-,ble I" lsll, the crop of the United S tcs
S Jo:i.n..YORKE, Esq cincinnatti. that would else have faded intoob'livi.n, i t l I. h c u i',ct l tlle' .,t:- hil n s al,,l n hiie Vr,?lor rie ,c rbp-,plh to*t 1;" Iht.bh-;^oie da s sevv ry plale had reached SOt. uo of which 40 grew
S* -ar., w itholt restriction ,i:, ate ,il to allde:r- 10 i r i -II 1,: ".n1 it,11nc iltut T"-h-y it.'.: it be broken, a.ld soup and r Teal- i" o 8 i -, .g
Of-,t 1 -- ot *o'.i,-. o-' e,-m. Tli-re f a dome-,ic But h.- >-c ,n |.,r,\, t,-, -ntiin ,\idlnlyP,t;,c'o n 1,i, ha- aierta thro u11 our lap',. At night xre had to ira Tenlfsee,
ID I r r .1 3 .1 Y .% -I I l .1 .;: J I ,le i l .vd n l aa o i n b t a l l e 1 i t .
S' et'er ready dv a;ct h r par lcla cerone,and [ll.it .1 111,111iiut acqUir.'- hi.- Ilr.ilile )ufore'r*ale;. o eour iien ; I licy had bows and ar- tiC ourselvesdo n in bed a . ..
"" .. .... ,*x.^V'his l., h -dl'lp ,accotniiiiad.tips f ,,ile c .r hi-,iniri>:-:-that ihe e ri ... ha\I s 1f1ro\-\, but nt) knikes. Old iron was'ev.h. "..Oft.be4l: larch we were farlher frorm I. ld-seIeyty~i ia-;.
S' as to mnIo, from on a aliriment t 11otalher, 31atv panioy nor sha'e NWIili1hl in I .1 ,!,12g %0th th,.im, lakitn that m prefie^ 0AJ ahal1%a hen we Itt Or- on.
\ nt- .* .Y .'i' m! hl!t' 'suiJ ,., & ^ K ^ ihIl ,s -. p, ,T i T.r r^ .^ ^ -t fl -c-'^ ^ ',*o i r '3, ^^ ^ E - '1 .... ^ .. 'h~ihc.i:- ^, rH ^ .... ''" '^.S^ r^ !^] :,I "i ' - '" ,314; a*-^ Q i' '01^ ^ ~
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:' 7" g t .-- ;:^ a a .. v u s n e ^' 'fr o m n t h e 'i n n ,; t :,t h ,,i r e .*m ,io W H i t t' T ln is \ < 'v ,u ,h a p p ,y I t 'li l th ae c -, u h G o o d S li re ,- t. i ll,-\ i, d -- r e i nm n e*.. * e Var l, l l lh e tl i ne O n t h e l~ t h w e h a d n 8: ' . '-i a ini ^-l-W.-:
imi-". -- A K CS M' No "m.. .a ...-_ .- '_ --_w .
ellue pleas,4,.,
.- ^. "^ pI, ..,, k. '., "' about :hree hundlred fp.,-r ltS ni] ih,.;l'"iu~ilnd-. Ittnui tv \\ ilh bache.lors., \\iu. ai: , .,i~iii to' "t" much ol" iuz~il, ih,:-d..]a:d tree:s l:,,ing co.. \er\ dis:,reable day--r---at-Q pe Hoern inillioas!, Soiuth Cat'olifAV n esen
Will, ii'he"e- --ell c e v, ,. flith oldd.,nd ftebu ioav be .seen tot- make their fortunes, endangering 111i,- and vered with beautiful mosses, ferns, and weathr-rain and WIt. VQ- cane insight Alabak a 45, Lgtliterta,.. isssippi 39,
Will, \ hen spi_:.ahing ^.riant nore htrle, rl'an ^ai pi.ekinuip 1,aveq andi fagos, promoting vice ; it mistakes the true (c,:n'- -.,:dl flowering plants, and gave me a very ofland, wind blo%% ng 1 vI % hard, and b,-,..a- Virlinta 25, North Carolina 18, Florida 2,
a)and keepingthe border plants and walks in omy and design of the domestic in 1 Tv,, l Prithee, whyso mte. order. He is constantly among his labour- and it promotes idleness aterri fn,-c,,_'eiy, what I had been led to expect from books, oIe s.ie of u- loked really terriic, the sea 1833, the crop of the- United Statfs
SiC ; uit, quit f.,.I sha,-,E!. this will not move, ers, chatting familiarly to thlem, for he among females, who are e\,,t|.iii Iu 1e. We left Good Success on the 23d Jan- breokinag eniirely r,\cr the :rllet, coin- had increased to 437. Billion:. Of this,
Th... cannot, take-her; seems, acquainted" with the history, the taken up by a fortune and p--riely s- ti- uary, and anchored on the'24th off New pletely coring it \\ith a i while envelope, 8 n:lltbns grew in Georgia, 73 i8 youth
If of herself she will not love, wants, and -circumstances of every person gained, without any care or concern on island. The appearance of the country all the spray Htying offend looking like a thick Carolina, 70 in Mii-.:ppt, 65 in Alabama,
.. .," Nothi ing can make her: near him. If a theatrical stroller or vocalist their part);-and thus many a modern vife ;:;., find ti, was mountainous and black, with snow storm. p\c- W er: in a ve\ry dangerous 55 in Lisiana, 50 in Tenrtesse, 15 in
': The devil take her !. reaches Banff, the earl patronizes the per- becomes, as a gentleman was once recn alk, t'"-,'** **'!"'nl white patches of snow, which is positi,.,i, b':! ho\ c\ t"r -aiched C:ape Noir Florida, 13 in Virginia, 10in Norlh Carolina,
S:;;->., SmJOHN SUCKLIMG. formance; if there is a charity-ball, he buys ing, not a help meet,' but only a help eat. probably the reason why this part of the Islandlea.54. 15, Ion. ''=' 20. and \\ilh and 3-4 in Ark'ina.?.
;- ,' '* --- tickets for a dozen or two of the towspeo- There is another unpleasant evil dIt'.] ,:l- wnrld is considered to be nothing but a bar- three anichors down, hoped if) hold on. The nt.\ y'ear, |g3|, the crop had in-
C07TOrNo FACTORY AT T.i S,\NDWlHC ISL- ple; if there is a subscription to relieve a ing this, especially as it bears prctrir so- r>-1n, rocky place, destitute of vegetation;- "On tile mnirrnng of the I0th the wid creased to 45ere milhons, and was grown as
ANDS.-Judge of our surprise at findingy, at decayed tradesman or repair the loss of a verely upon the fair sex. When bbult-ir' I:" it is quite the contrary. Upon landing hardcrycm, \%ith occa-in al sh't irer-. of snow follows : 85 in Miss.-.ippi, 85 in Alabama,
HaKailua, a cotlon factory, with two hlool-, shipwreck, he is ever foremost with his have made their fortunes, andbbecome somn at New island, we found it covered with and hail. Noir ilnd looked a-.if onp re- 75 tn Gcorga, 65 in South Carolina, 62 in
and.twenly spindles. These looims v\ereUl name and his purse. Thus a nobleman, forty or fifty years old, they do not i,-liy trees and shrubs, and beautiful flowers, lots genation nli-ht be grofaing on it, btt there Louisana, 45 in Tennessee, 2 in Florida,
operation, and__(, pgrfei Rroportiifn ti..ie %%Ilot' u;i- a nliod t'iltai \-prom 1se t.nQsuch take wives of their own age, but they "h, i, ,-* berries, such as bush cranberries, a was no pirpect of landing ; the shore wva 10 in Virginia, 9 in North Carolina, and f
epfudles.' These were all work,:.d by lIand ; tiSeilrt:-.s or dignified close, is beloved by abandon those wibh whom they have lih.,''1b-'','111 shrub, black curra-nts, and two or lined \ "tl brtakers, and tifu spray in flyin in Arka.sas. Subsequently, no certain daia
the spindles were attended by children ami a whole district-his property like his per- to associated, requit all the pleasure u hIith three species of barberry, with a most deli- off made a beau! t'ul appearance, looking arc in our possession ; b-t the estimate at
small girls. A foreigner, in Itho(-_, charge -,on, is- sacred, and he is the means of their society has afforded them with utter.eious berry, in flavor between a strawberry Cke smoke. In ile e~cning, the wid in- this time is 550 millions as the whoje crop
--re ihe looms, told us ihat three pieces dit'u.-nifi all arouifd him a tranquil and neglect; they then- select for their coin- 'and rhaspberry.- Here we found signs of creasing, another anchorwaslet go, making of the Union.
of cotton cloth had been mniinnfaciured, in permanent happiness and comfort that must panions, the young and blooming, and thulI inriabilant[, but none were seen. A great four anchors ot,, and t100 falhOn of chain Thus il will be seen, that from 1701 to
length from thirty-six Io forty yards- ..ach ; be reflected back on himself, and which leave to their fate a numerous class of many ducks were killed, and a pair of cable, the four anchor'wcighing 11 70lbsl. 1S26, Soulh Carolina was the mosl abun-
|hat they were of good quality and stron would be ill exchanged for the glare of worthy maidens, t,-:_:-.e ; the female, a beautiful, snow-white The 20url w-, a dreary day, sleet and rain. dent cotton growing State in dhe Union.
fabric. Of the two pieces in tlhe lohlnm on failiion, or the turmoil of party. If a young man has property, he ma\ bf bird, was'shot first, and the mail would not Ih the nirht 'e parted two otour cables, and In 1826 Georgia took Ihe lead, and held it
the.dhi-s of our visit, one %ias a piece of1" course marry at a suitable age,i and alJ,-itl nit her, but suffered himself to be killed lost a bower adrl shec-t anchor. The ship till 18.3^, when Alabama and Mississippi
z" twilled striped cloth; (the first piece of THE LIFE OF THE HU-SBANDMAN, the style of living which is justified I~y Ii~s uJ,,:, Civilized man carries-I was going dragg,:,- a ,-'onsidrable- dr.,tance and w\e Ifelt took the front rank. At this time, Miss.is-
" stri!ood ever made in the factory;) it bade 1 am a true laborer. I earn that I eat means. But if he is de.-tttue of property, 't,"' se-rmonize, but it won't do. some\\ hiat nahumcd ; but day dawned and sippi i perhaps the ,mOSt extensive cotton
1o bicome an encouraaing..,peeirlien of the get that I wear, owe no man hate, envy no he has three altern,.,iii es, and he ca0 lake, '" On lli, *271h \:e a*iin.hor,-d off lelenuite 5,nind tns sae. N,.,ting parliceidar occurred growittg .State In the Union. South.Caro'-
sort'0f cloth it w\as made to imitate.--Sand- man's happiness; glad of other men's good, his choice between thiei. Sehecttn a prn- ."land, tvh_re lIhe \:.2etantin i. ^sinilar lo duirin,^'he next td,.y. 'roward.a nightl Ihe hina and Alabama are next. North Alaba-
'ieih t.ifsrla Gazette. content with my farm, and the greatest of dent and industrio,., p.,r-iin for lIris \\ire, llie,,,:r o lrhT p;iee, \isit,=,l ; tlhe -.curvy' L'ra;. \\ind blih:\ tp alrt~sh, and it wvas feared ado- nma Js beginning to deteriorate as a cotton
; ^ .. .my pride is, to see my ewes graze and-my he may marry young and lh\< int llhe lyie abourin1 all ailon.'_ llhe shore, aind1 appears ton:, ^ Camorr S'sTEM.-.A striking instance of lambs suck."-,-SHAKSPEARE.. of simplieity adapt,:d t,? h.is income ; or hc: bt. placed here f,-,r llhe l.,,:-li,:-hi ol poe,,. Jack, ,"n'ediitiiy made to get under way, and at Tenne-ssee are thought to improve for this
theba~iden'ecrsof" writing fiorgloryand~prin- We have come to the conclusion,, that can wait till he has acquired a property, .-.o who, by thie \\a-y, doe? not like. it verr \\ell 9) ,,'ioek we lay rollinL, and tossing, igno- culhure--natt, rity, the vital desideratum,
ling on trust," is furnishedI by a :Vermont nature's truest nobleman is the man who as to be able to support a fantily in the more. --pr,_,bably frl-m ii~s nanme., rnt ol' what wuldt take place. Towards not beth8 so eas~ilS allowed in the rank lux-
e-dlt. r. He has due on his books, about earns his bread by the sweat of his face, np- modern and fashionable style; or he can "' On thie *;i-il w\e >;aile again in searchi 12 o'li-eck the .hip be.an to dra?, ;almost ariance of the frui'e.-hr soils.
twehve hundredd dollars-he is headi and on his own bought and paid for plantation, marry at any rate, !antch.rearle.,lv out intmof01'aOnu,:- by, the charts, 01" thi part ,,f tlhe ri,'!ht on the lbreakers : indeed nothing but COTTON PLA.NT:-
c~ars in Iove-his- passion is requited, and An independent Farmer may stand upon all the expenses -f a IlslhtOnlable estabhla.otld uot l,.man \ecry corr,-ct, anl ainliored h,.,rrll:le rotck.- the water dastina ahrl his- r-
DOtln p arties are ea tge tobecome a dlpirong. Ihehouse toprand payt t ro rni slf as elkr k ia-en t,-an al-TUrm --nls-ct-iat7TC,: o-r~~ivli inh l iP. -bt--f 11't 111'-t r E ), ',vl'c r. v. v r. ^t*--- all \eil i.hi^ w ^^. be steen in el r .iT .\-R i, R eTRtli AN E S u
B ut he ca,, l"do ilhe ttmg," h, conseqtue,,ee di ....-.. ..... .. wife and children to wjant The Hirst i's i byf' av fat-, a'" aln oe,11 ctnsi_-tin o,',, d,,',:vt,:,,, the. ,\'atm" Le_?a, to break o,,r,\ uliExao n.\.o~\lVn wT,-a-< m tade r popsed i0
S-.of being unable to raise, amnongf hi? pcairon.-, -- -,. T am mcnian-h --"2M.. 1tr.-- *" best, the second is net. anid the third is blU"?6,.'~n a \vnmani \ ilh a baby. aud a ,2rown-uip ailso, nnd the w ard rnoru, steerage and b th l our T,:wn Council, the object of which! wva.
t- he wh!er~e..ivth .to ipay\ the (wo,- Ihr tying. .. My ,,_..hit h.-r,, ,, ,,.,,,ne t, J.-pute; eniough,-- Hubbard llTi.ioir, '0v. Thy w,\'-re all stairk naked, except d,.-ck w re ankhle deep. Al last an order r 10 prevent c-ock, ]tens, and pigs l'rom Darad'-
the knoi,to say notlling' a]ont the nec,- sat\ Fi.n.,h ^c.nre anl l .tld to thenea, "" .tkhe old manqi wvho had a, inail apiece ofls,,tl w\a .gi\ nt to shp hie c~ k-A-t Adead -ilneec n h ulcsres-b tw~ nni pn
/?'.- Wo'tN llte ' take "it .. "u n lam 1,rd ofthe~owlandithe brute" A typ fone o- -lrmn -ae .o-fi 0" -- .~ck .m -.l ..~l -h ingl the~e publi stet f;w biu!e \r doe not soude
r trade? n I rhe a ll o no we : adisete ei In is .rly 1oac -wt lad\ul \\baedpe tra i1e tied n' o axfe\ cu /lln ,e stpe.-n ahri edas. i^rnte^^^

t(r try our C'li syste-le po papr go oescueta "ha f feda "o o rB alfo plll^n t\)C \, hih harder capa-'re a n il ,,1th b1-t"on1 t' >he canet, ble claticr, a ,.tun~bhing and grating sound perpetnal banishmenti from. th strees,
:art of .lhe offit-e 'till paid for-- w e w ou~ld'nt ron, m or easily protected and p reserved, r <, . resistan;." a .J ye.. e. e' p"n the w'-tm an I"addln", an d n]l? a il "he la- a1s lhe eha ns ^ through the'hiaw se hole--. i s n al\ oTi r oo^u
trtt-tour 'andlalher. Itis anpty that our notbyd~eed,, f.a~or,,andthrottglht,h .h~ed- iv tha ... .. .rin r c m o I.o o a b- Tlr m n ao" ,boa... .... .. rd.. ....d w,-e attd -il was, h,,hed,, ,he .. ... ,hp.:_-j c a Lr u l urrc ~ -m
--" -o .ren -hul be depived ofn the orulna- colnposiuou ot~ byn .h af la.our of : anioy It i- wel nw thilpe "cohd sn p ";c- bllk'-*e "^ L1 obaac^5e^m- j~ert we 'as e brugt toor eol et-o i5) a
y9 of married \e.--^unday Atlas, the hatids. His house is hiS eastle his acres andantifrony Ite iatteronbeomewrn atyes-^""1 .h ^"" andPP a nbebakt a byve to othec an baware hand she quvrda nd o ro.ain-\th Cetromeae ymetnhita t pa e fMa ,ai

...I are .s a.......1- ,. nhis lawuns ard h peciallysincetheintt'duct onofteamprint, It \'a-, raining, and rathercold ; tile c, as the cable. flew out, like a think of respondent who fl.t himelf annoyed in
1 Certain young ngen think at they x- orests h r his lawns and ing- Colsonhasserts, that tile material is. so .aind hsi really pretty, and ater i had e In a .short tme we were clear of tie t set
//.0 hilbit rare %%it when they sneer at woman. forests his groves, Htis cattle, .,heland -hard that the types thi=n.;el\'es will serVC been wrapped up and got wa-rm, popped it., bieikers;, and all wasquiet ; the ship became rencnte wihnsaesrnhnr o-
f Their conduct is not only tlnbecomin,, but poultry are his sibjects, nd he becomes, at for punches in' strikinge inatrleu, and that .head out and Iool,.d tiptoward s, smplhpp ; eer.-y, and the men resumed their cheerful midable th nuis, h ns, morers.
all sensible people esteem them as- weak in tpieasure,either Il,,0 cxeCeuti~ner or the mul- it will last ten years 1thn eg e- .nto -I n,:-ss. We io,,t all ouranlchor., and had to give a c euro we thc cirst parkerap "
the head, or bad in the heart. Do these tr i w Tellus.iftheKa theua n -)I *n neug tile cant, and i ntrl ,:deery thing up 10,ol,:bay Port Famine !! Breakneck of theil-tewespectin the frmidabre
.,ever reflect, that their mothers were of the upon his Orh(,nie hs morewpowerworthpos- year.-ForeignMonthly heriew. for thenasenoe. Tha: captain t,,ok doxmn Pa- l.ge !!! thelrtFilky m way, Be. anti proceed nuisthee fdormiabte
.wx thev affect to despise ? Shame, shame sessing. Hi., ha,. ppm we know is less, 0- : 1i fsr. for t he ehdd, a-,o dw P !p the 'ailk p r itc. gr nd trceeI dinu"sir, ad e ofaen be mucher
upon all such who pretend to be wiser and he increases hjs toils, cares andsorrowi, E I- man began to bry, and tried to push the ca- is admitted by -ill hands, that iga dands mnno ,,,, ....
l i n l l l r J I Ih- i u"i,\ n i -. a y ., u n g m a n I t o s e a e i t .n n o t b e i n s u c a i l l .- o" "s -
r,-g mprPorton as the cultivatorOfthesoldi- f a d h n r f hh from ngsde, ater s, er,.,,in, t sea ,e,,y yea,, and n be in sucha in nef a, h a h
"ho lenociiriti imoiii -re ng m.. .s ". wishes to make aa q^t titrnm, and con_-e- se tasted lithem hr,-f-lt, and mtn, diate- dangerr-n 1tia111,on age .aiin. Since then we aie dr out
i nki rlectiou ones o o ter sex, and In thesprngp time hesows, and r aSutuZn quently is will ing sell at a small profir, hc Lj eat the %%hole. paper and all. in which, it have had pleasant weather, growing warm- such exercis.1belieehereLae na
--show or one of an evil h iart he reaps. Providence has assured him tht is sure to advise it; but if he n,-ans to \wsrapped. l'Ihe,' peopl,-werelerr-Iv ereverday. others\who can sa, ,he s Yo. il
pr g lm a dh r es s al n tet In e fitghb~ned ,t a k#k _Y,
,stcee,, or one of am, evil heart spring time and harvest shall not fail, and mkeanla profito-, pushing o fApril hl. h.-We have now bern e perhaps nre. me a he rstep are
I begyou would'Lit mention it,, ,as the as the lale of the Giverofeverygo d is gen y niherl 3Fy ab,1;1. Lt. Men nand -adttroqithem and covering their faces days off Valparaiso, and have succeeded i me t l e
.. lbe yu wutdnt .mntin ~tas heand perfect'' 'g- ift, asnhe" sows so shall he reap isger ,ChO < 1 ... Who,. b av" :..... -witn."'trh. -;. Indeed. it "" sdy f laasad aesce e.-. i t ht pol h smc th odk
ienpecked husband said ven the Parson e their eye-teth well cut, % as piteous to getting anchors, and will probably n thir elephants tidi the hira ,h
old hlin lie would be joined to his wife in Hs.rounds.are.wateredin the s on ;f e,er trade at a store w r he .o n, t h,-,.'r,-,r ," al.rm they showed, as if to-night o.r to-mrrrow n_ "rning. N'e" sent have h'horses and charge heirherd
drought, with nie raint,atll dewsofHleal, 'ts. ,j~r7 Atls itl wa,, supenatra, a boa in ..fud oAi-ia ne- fc
another world never to ,ert adrotms her.rta >P ad% vi h-S-rln
.nte ol ee separate from her. .. "llgh~l ...- wa .-"..-.".. ,,.,u.,hi, s p- un. boat in, but found no Ame'~can men-of- of cow\, oxen, and. squeaking car!s--ta
"T ~~~o 'm uch~an oin lit (1,-ni "ti ,,c ti I e. .. t to .. .. n, .c .- -xt l nin g e, w e at on sho re,, w arhere. T w o bo,--ats ilnn iediate[\,ca nie rff vl' don-011 \ h e e a t of a
T oo m u ch of a good thing," as th e-ant :ch eer, ilVi,,. r e d. od give p rtjU it) his t i, V ot a plr .,,,, pickl: I'm in," as .n i and fL 1(d Lite hnu t o f or ,d i r ,,te.,,s, ,'. ,,; tile Bi- sloop ,f' w ar N. wit .ll ,,'
.ad ven he feIli hogshead of lass : .L:. The evere tas of tho SUnrr said vcr he fell c .:, rt. i., ; I t ....o .," .... ..,,. [.g2
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eleven years and upwards, and are still
waiting for promotion.

Commodore Elliot purchased in Egypt a
Sarcophagus, which he lias presented to
Ginard& College. It arrived last week at
Philadelphia from Norfolk. It is thus de
scribed in the Pennsylvania Sentinel:
, This tomb is about ten feet long, three
broad, and about four feet high, and appears
to have been originally one solid stone, ,
but has been so chiselled out by the archi-
tect as to represent a square box. The co-
ver represents in some respects the roof of
a house, and appears also to have, been
worked out of a solid slab of stone, about
fifteen inches thick. On the sides are seve-
ral figures, representing, for aught we know,
the heathen gods or goddesses. There is
nothing connected with it from which we
can date the time it was made or by whom
occupied. We should suppose it would
weigh five or six tons, as it required nine
able bodied horses, to convey it to a marble
yard where itlijto be polished, previous to
being deposited in the college. This wHl
afford our citizens an opportunity to form
some idea of Egyptian Architecture, and
compare the past with the presefit age.-
Certain it is, that however much the pres-
ent excels the past in intell igence, literature,
refinement and correct principles, the coi-,
lossal sti t ici Uri.s a ,kedifce. -of Egypt aA
v e t sta n d L il I. alits L ---- -- ...

Fro?.. tis Darien (Ca.) Herald. abound witht green turtle, and a variety of withered and died on so spare a
I1RUIT8 & SCENERY OF FLORIDA. excellent fish, forming a wholesome and way of confirming the first exp, : :
The scenery of Florida is not all umnn- nutritious diet, particularly well suited have since placed a slip of a rose I
teresting. Hu who has seen from sonic to cases of pulmonary disease. There is pink in suds, and both are flour :
quiet nook a grac,-ful bend of the river bor- also an abundance. of craw-fish and crabs. great vigor in my dressing room. -
dered with orange bowers and groves of The main land is only a short distance off, this accidental discovery prove *.
the holly and magnolia and oak, and (truly abounding with deer, and a variety of other florists, it will afford sincere pl( ,,
tropical and stately) the cabbagc'palmetto kinds of game, affording a fine field for the your correspondent.-Duwmfries (C', ,
and-cocoa nut, will find in his memory re- sport and exercise of hunting ; and the vi- ,-11
collections wherewith to frame a dream of cinity of the West India islands will, at all FROM BUENOS AYREf
the loveliness of Mahomet's paradise.- times, present the opportunity of procuring The British Packet" of the-25t .' ,-
T There are sinks," too, in, Florida-places the best of the ropifcal fruits. last, received at the Exchange >
.%where rivers suddenly sink or vanish in the The proprietor of the Island will, in a Rooms, contains a long correspond .,:..
sand, or where they rush with abandoned short time, erect buildings, and will estab- tween Commodore John Nicholso :.
plunge into dark caverns, mingling there lish every means in his power for the con- U. S. Navy, commanding the navy' .-
with subterranean torrents, afid gliding venience and comfort of those who'may be on thecoast of Brazil and the ],.:
away through thickest gloom with many disposed to visit the place, for the recovery Plata, and Governor Rosas, of
mro nurnmgs and discordant sounds. At of their health. There has never been a case Ayres. It appears that thcAmeric i
6some future time, the poet, looking into of fever among the troops since I have been mander felt it incumbent upon ]imin *
these dark and misty caverns, may imagine, stationed here, and I have no hesitation in his services as a mediator between ,-*
while he feels the inspiration of horror, stating my opinion, that it will be perfectly vernment of the Argentine Repu.
that these melancholy and subterraneous healthy at all seasons of the year.--St. An- the representatives of the French ,
sounds are the moans of the. water genii, gustine News. ment, with a view toreconcile the c
. lamenting that the river amid.whose spray ces which have have given rise to -
they spread their wings, has left the cy- An official report has been recently prc- isting blockade of Buenos Ayres.
press shades and open sunshine to wander sented to the British House of Commons His communication to tha effect
on through the chillness and mist and sun- showing the results 6f a formal and minute ed at the hand of Governor Rosas ,-
less glooms of caverns, inquiry into the number, nature, and cau- teous answer, in which he expressed ,, :
Some of these Stygian waters rise and ses of steamboat accidents, and the means to be satisfied ol the authority by w} '
sink with the tide, thereby indicating their of preventing their occurrence. The edi- Commodore acted, to which the lf[' -
connection with the sea. Lakes, once tors of the New York Journal of Coem- plies that he acted by the verbal )h.
wide and beautiful, -have .unk in a single merce have received a copy of the Report, of the French Charge d'Affaires at'li
night, leaving their beds covered with the from which they derive the following in- ral. It would seem that the GoTrr+..
fish. During the present .winter a lake formation; i .; .... teztained doubts as to the potr '
( sunk thus, leaving millions of fish dancing It appears; from this Report, that the Charge d'Affaires to arrange tl,.di[
upon the land. Cartloads of-these were whole rinmber of steam vessels in Great inasmuch, as the French Consu| h 5i
e3o'ied, off ajld cured by the neigtib.oring ,!ritainand !reland at the commencement "vidusfy stated thlAt he alone was alt .,..
.rok,. e* "r &hro,/(squaterg anvd" WT7d rhe-i.)- Nf pt i -thr.ludieg pisc-&udd~he-M ,
:The remainder, putrifying, tainted-the tered, was 76(, with an aggregate tonnage Plenipotentiary of France had said in l: l
'whole atmosphere for miles around, re- of 130,718 tons, and an aggregate power of that M. Bouchet de Martigny, the ( ;
minding the traveller of the plagues of E- 56,400 horse power. In the isles of Guern- d'Affaires "would enter upon his offi( ,
gypt, sey, Jersey and Man, there was in 1837, 6 ties after the conclusion of the diffe
I was speaking of trees. Unanimously steamers, with an aggregate of 1,450 tons, between France and the Republic."
we voted the magnolia to be the most beau- and 600 horse power ; and in the British The basis of an amicable arrangem '
tiful. The exquisite fragrance of its blos-, plantations, in 1837, 44 steamers, with an fered by the Governor, through the. .'
sores, and the imperial pride" and beauty aggregate of 15,564 tons, and 6,160 horse modore, secures protection to Frenc: ;-:
of its foliage, have made it a great favorite, power. Making a total in the United King- sons and property, and places them
The live oak attains, however, to a great dom and its dependencies, of 810 steamers, guard to military duty, as here.tofore,
size; We passed some groves certainly with an aggregate of 157,840 tons, and 63,- same footing with other nations, with .
magnilicent. When growing in the low 250 horse power. This isexclusive of go- the Republic has no treaty. It also f ".
grounds, they are hung with dismal fes- vernment steamers. The tonnage is not ses indemnification for any losses
toons of m6ss, A contractor, furnishing the "custom house tonnage," but the real sustained by the French, should the
timber for naval purposes, informed me of tonnage, as computed, including the ton- be proved, and requires a like indemnw
an enormous tree, growing on the banks of nage of the engine room, which is not en- Buenos Ayrean subjects, together wit',
a river. He measured it, andfoundit 30 tered at the custom house, restoration of the island of Martin G,-'.
feet to the first bough, and thirty-six in cir- According to Secretary Woodbury's Re- and restitution for injuries committ. ', +
cumference at base. HIe compared its port, submitted to Congress on the 13th of the French along the shores of the ".
trunk to the shot tower at New York. I December last, the number of steamboats of Plate and elsewhere. To these the ,;
regarded his assertions as exaggeration and in the United States was about 800, with an rican commander objects, in the forri
extravaganlce of language, but was assurred aggregate tonnage of 1500000, and -59,019 forth, and suggests a modifieation--v.1'*l
by the planter over whose grounds its horse power. proved unacceptable to the Governor.
mighty shadow moved that the statement Hence it would seem that the steamboat As anticipated by Commodore Nichc'** +
was correct. This giant of the forest was tonnage of the United Kingdom and its de- the proposition of Rosas was rejectE i -
beginning to feel the inroads of decay. It pendencies, is about exactly equal to that of the French Admiral and Charge d'Affi.
was not cut, as, it was found hollow in the the United States. We had supposed it The modification proposed by Comm( ;
middle. These trees are almost invariably was a good deal less ; and are not now sure Nicholson provides for a prospective tr, "*-
hung with the festQonry of the grape. The but it is. If, however, the mode of compu- and that the indemnities shall be se .'
vines of the grape in Florida are sometimes ting tonnage is the same, the tonnage of the according to the law of nations instead ,i
of great-size, bearing abundantly. From two countries is equal, within a small frac- the laws of Buenos Ayres, with some n ,
the fruit good, wine has been made. The ,tion. We observe that of 677 British stea- points. It seemsto have been the desi f
.acoonta or Indian bread is a vine whieh mers registered, 256 averaged 66 tons each, both parties to constitute H. B. M.i, '
*clambers Tp the fore-it trees. Its thorns are including engine room-145 averaged 122 the referee in the event of their not ag".
very sharp and malignant.' From the root tons each-84 do. 211 tons-63 do. 287 tons ing. Commodore N. tendered the us.'' s
,the Indian prepares a species of flour not -76 do. 361 tons-41 do. 530 tons--10 do. the U. S. ship Fairfield as the place of T "';-
,unlike the flour made from potatoes. The 769 tons-one, 1140 tons, and one 1855 ing of the parties to discuss the indemni:b..

4 -palmettiois a shrab which gives character tons. as neutral ground, and appears to U *.
lTo te scenery. Its leaf is fan-shaped aud We come now to the more immediate ob- been actuated throughout the affair bya, uf.-
beaautirfuiY gfeast. .- jeer ofth .-rcport. th_ aenei ': '",:--s -,,.: .. .
.-,,f ;,'-i Ti~ti ',uu: uf F!';ri'a'.a ..,f t! i^-+ h:, i, ,; i, i)-i "hi-, ." ;.'."'y is h .,.* thetn" a,'zf corn -1 P,'J **^.i', tih dv:+re ir,+y n;. avrh'. i..;l.
:,1 :'' ini d,. I W' :.wmio ettlanB ,ie._'3 L': '' .':.; -*<. i"'"', -" ... '. : v *.. ..... i i~" i, !-.. ', *-',, ', ,.
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t .af^ Wt. l ie f ^ ,' .^ ....... ..... h, <-. '! *-. --. ,* 1 -!' .' U'i .* ** ^ r ,..,-* ... .. ... hc.r '-,. a '1

l.. fr, -,.plu>...: .... .. .....- ^ ,- *-- ,, ;. ^ ^ H ~ n ^ .
"ii? ^ t-r.V Is;.* a. Lb i7* (;',3 .. ^- .c,^ a ^ ^< .'- < V ,_

titles, butit dwells with evident pleasure! .
the great quantity of Gull's egg' Does
the sapient editor forget that this commodi-
ty has ever been the leading article of gale
and traffic in hisown city ? Or is he alarm-
ed that better can be had of his newvr-ival
No, no; the truth is, 'his own have all been
long since disposed of or addled through
time or want of care, and indeed have pret-
ty well addled the pates of hiriself and*
other insatiable consumers. This.accbtftft-
for tthe bad temper of your nieighboors.- I
would 1"'-emiiftn.nd a u fh irIfutorinc i~ip.A?
waters so famous in his city for restoring to
reason the unfortunate who have s#01ong
been gulled to repletion and-are almost past
hope of recovery. ....
On the whole I see no good reason wliy
the Brunswick Co. is not now as well as in
the outset, engaged in a most laudable work
-the making a thorough Iare for travel b6-
tween the north and south ; for ease, moi-
fort and speed are all esirable, and the
proj(,ct will be well received, by ihe .public, e
cities and towns having anly intrinsic'rad,
vanta.-s hae nothing ioftar. OntileC0Ol}4-
r~ay ,thrise~s.!tgiatraJe-.Apatahieiola at fire,

outlet t-,f a good river cannot fail to be ben-
eaired.by this rail.-road, should it indeed c-" .
,er be couin4p!i. Yours, P. .

+;". 'heir trail was ascertained, and
S* '+. .'suit made. About six miles a-
>..+ encampment, in the vicinity of
ire village, at the head of a prai-.
*: *** ere discovered by the spy com-
e r Captain J. Carter, and a de-
of 25 men, from Capt. Todd's
.... : .ed by General Rusk. The ene-
*. ed from the point of a hill-gen.
... oned to thee--to come on-they
,nd fired four or five times, and
S..y occupied a thicket and ravine

*...Ivanced, the lines were imme-
" ned and the action became gen-
:.. .. ; ;ravine was instantly charged
.. i ,. 'd on the left by colonel Burle-
.s,". oart of his regiment ; the rest of
J_+.b **'.- :egiment were led by lieutenant
."i n.' odleff. Aportionof gen. Rusk's
S, charged at the same time-and
_... tioh took a position on a point
he right, and drove a party who
,. i o flank us from that quarter.
... tantly driving the enemy from
,:' and ihicket, leaving eighteen
... : fiel4, thathave been found, and
as uOual their wounded, as was
m eb '' '
Swag two.killed, one wounded
Sd fie slightly.
ildrum was not able, having so
; rjio march, to participate in the
S.... but has been ordered to join
' ., g. All behaved so gallantly
I be invidious to lpil Oicularize.
01 iolnlneucd -about half an hour
.....;twhich prevented their puro
of their baggage, with many
e, corn, and other property, was
,. 3y order of
'**,..'.:. i' r-general commanding T. A.
'-;." 4 ,IAYPIELD, Aid-de-camp.


' Nir. EDITOR-Your inielligent readers arc
greatly offended at the injudicious nature
of your miscellaneous selections, and, I
think, very justly. At a tea-party the oth-
er evening, the-subject was brought on the
tapis, and a very -intimate friend of mine
wondered what we had to do with old Mrs.
Battle or her ridiculous opinions on whist,
and observed that the object of a newspa-
per was to amuse the many rather than in-
struct. the few. For herself she scorned
the vulgar game which was altogether too
dull and unsociable for a lady; she was
sure its admirers must be all old and ugly,
and alluded with some feeling to a dii.el'r
station on roast pig which appeared in a late
number of your paper, a subject, as she'
stir,\\ily"?eniarked, unfit fu,_r 'een a Jf. %v-

Me have fitted uyp a JREdlDwVG" S00.7&
on the ttird floor of ourpremises, open at all times
to our friends and the public.

We are happy to learn,, by priadie ILtiei
from the interior, that the crops thir,,igliuht
thle country are remarkably good. In cot-
ton especially, there is promise of an abuv-

From the Globe.
August 1, 1839.
+d under the provtsion of the
.- $10,000,000 00
: .. here



dant harvest.

9,62'7,105 46

"Mysterious." ,..
OhFiday-a--t, a :' low, low black-lool-
ing" schooner pa-sts.doour city, in full sail
up the river. No-one was seen on board,,_
yet her evolutions were performed with a. iE.
celerity truly ii.nid.,:rful. Her appearance,
has been made the subject( of inuch ani-
mated d,. I sisiom It is st, llni,.e I lh it she
was Lo.i:,d for lola or A-palia, i, ,,but the'
object of the voyage is still a t1'of,.uld cret.

It is not our intention to notice the effu-
siiis of the trifling incidenal conductors
of the Tnrs. \Ve have higher game in
view, and our present quary-is a bird.,.
another plumage. 4. .-''

$372;894 54
:+ hose
+ ; ..:ilere
' .: -3ued
S. :721st
'. $5,709)810 01
; .: hiere
4,7176450 42
** '. : d-

to. lihIdle.- Thiu beaux who were present
all supported this opinion, and to prove,
your bad taste and want of judgment re-
fern cd Io a chapter on tailors, written it ap
pAr-l1,y a Mr. S4rtor Rem, Iu-, which they
assured us was to them wholly incompre-
hensible, and they believetoequally so to
yourself. One of the gentlemen, a young
man of fine parts and a poet, regretted to
observe that your election were made
hli V l l t'r'm rll l,'z,]1,_,,_, w h ich thon lgh hiI
3 '--
haid1 not r>: i e \vlie %%as a]lil 't um t hli, pe-
cimneni i ti liavc Iiurnihl,:d, mnust be very
dull ones. All concurred in the opinion
fli.nt -,--i.r.. ... .. -,-,,l.' ha-c ,ndih h .l t.,t iri

L t llttl U pI ,t .'l 1 'IIl t W IU
killed wittl _piratic.al_ kletch

933,359 59

.:.. ,-,i: i; first and second

.e i?,-i. u-ider

1,S06/,25-1 13

ihec yi, ...+ :Ons
.,t iht<, z (the
1.' ," *>i 8 )7ch,
.... q nsu. +t to 3,857,276 2?1

I, LCI l:L U ItA .
.es or znvte'C ,. .. '--..,- ... -^
t':.'.' ?' ';,*+. ; '."s (f' l fa l-d y
S' -': +, ".., .
*..,,' \'-',r,, r,,, i w ti .ubt-':tS t c dfr eu.-
', '' e :^ i. -? ,uk i f^ ( ^ sS i'- .
"' i r'"1 ,. c 3;'. ni-':v '7!.^i^i*.ll}|! .l,'tdr+t. '7 ^
'" :. "2 f; !' ." ..,',!," 'Ad her .f hleq, and of" tv }w .
,'s '- .... .i o-,,, gio-atest was -h.er-_in6 bn --piDe ,~aassbio Tor--
re ,aiL-.^d lhe \\hist. For ourselves we confess a pirtial-
:re d.cu.ed, but ity to the more inlerec.td"n.ij piquet,orltheonft
;olher letter. I fa-.4orable quadrile,, 'ibbage we havq
-km that lilies never d,:.all in, and as for.,i h)_ games tyex
liii t-nn?, and are kno,,n to us only by re-UNah Ni.. ...
that you ad re- Thatquaint old coxcomnb, thetam
to otur favorite Sarlor Re.-ar'tus, whose braiufa4,. dry as i
remainder biscuifaft.f a voyg .hasg'
for you, though f treated Asith just4.eey- He deai "
Illed top p I,',',11, -m- ,qL .u r A
iy int.-rest in the very proferly -sew-e^imq-d-^
ioughn l Icould do -" to te
there ijine, V P
,oil and interest- revioqsly)offended wiite Way tiro.
HELOISE. pig-itwas a favor, of.turs-bu.,r eT'i.
lie arain.ar and W meddle with the nmpala.l"e. su.et
Sagan, call us em.-cppible. -r w-or-
Sden alludes inoidentallv 'io. t'Hli' e f
Je Courier. ". .
which we are an aulworthy memrdei. -!C
4, Atu 5, 1839. ,1.f
-" own the- soft iipoahmeiniie, and hav 'P,-
T others of your 3.-'-
ten an elaborate apology 'hich-"we re.QwTe
inuch arnused in .
for hier private ear. W '
Times sine~e Having now made ihe amemi'e hwiae
on St. Andrew H .. g' 'h *" "
to tmle coterie of fair criuc's, tW.h l.
Rail Road. Be- e 0 AT Y
to add that hereafter we.% s all spri( -our
MOUO.E' 6 ItVN was _-.. .
.. pages with a greater v'arety. W i gtkeal
of increased dS-- ". \ .- JS '.. '
...._ sketches" are not wanting& .ana': :* in~ .
Af the BrunsI ick "- "' _-2- .giy*^-
... love-stories a` e flent.}ul.-as bla. fiM
than civil.l I coin "'
Both shlall be furnished 10 t erg .-.. .- :
an of inlernalim- 'l { "
dwt- y- ", 'TO ".';-Z.r"^.:..-

... -1 arrehed ,,'Nfrw fl iis` O ti ', 1
[Won, aMwl4-(au e ... .
%h rMtv haoln. -[ut ^ oW a( i; e s
t- he nwco,,good To IilCA loW&
r..e.por .. t -"ce ed on lthe,7ithinst-, -
ling acuteness of _, ^ .,_
-n The first bale of The new crop of ,C4j/n,^
*'OltOn speculator .. "^ _. "t ; '
0, was received at Austa,.i
Ill at higl prices, s
9 instant.
coni-sequent loss of
,h an ill',rae. lie One bale of the new crop wa'rec c&ed
,T-.= at Fort Gaines, on the 29th ult., from roe
im. Tlte (i entvl't
y, is not forzo- -plantation of Col. Jas. E. Broh, bf va iy
npotein rage and coty, vwhi h was purchae(eI by Col. Jao.
receives a sulphu- Dill, a. 25 cts. per lb.
armed galiot on ateso the 25 March hafve-been
y the danger, and received at New York by thle brig.Omega.
ge, the good ship They announce tie stoppage bf the Foreign
n~l-,an l~y. trade alhogoiher-r,., *.' we-t-eoe of- +he
t' a infllant city smuggling in opium. The moql vigoroUs
emporary has de- mea.nres were adopted by the goveronrent
zood nature and t ee t te annihilationof the opium
a spirit of %indic- eo
t rad e.
iwho in his lucid
n good sen:e and A fire occurred- in Charleston on' he.
count of exports morning of the 7th inst.' which d.estrOed
spirit is peculiarly a fewv wooden buildings. Loss estimated
g catalogue of ar- at 5 or $6000-no insurance. .


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. ,.. ;. ci 1 I ., +, ,'t. I* 1 J. I : "1. ? I LJ
many fine things _that. wgr
?rmffnlnb le'-s topics that Nwe
I will reserve these for at
Cp !III01 h,%%v-%vOr l.-lp r, i mrel.l1r
poenlll %IerC l:,pokull of in
lhe comp'lnv \\ere plea;cd
commended their perusal
As I have some regard
hcreiofqire I haie nut \%enlti
and hlierefore take a li\,-I
success of your paper, I tl
no belier t han wrile you I
on a subject important to [
inl to 11, all.






.. .'--O ,,,ulii7ynu,,ai ,,e ptuljg-i anait may-dr-ive
his ploughli "se f to- jw'y trunk.
.'0:*T.mecabbaA palm resembles the palnet-
to f n its leaf, Wt it is a tree, and grows
sometimes ionthe height of' fifty feet. The
trunk is pointed with a thousand shafts of
bark, shooting oqt.like ba3onets. Itresem-
bles the cocoa nut.
The orange 1s of three kinds-the sweet,
the bitter sweet, and the sour. The latter
is not unlike the'lemon as to flavor. The
first mentioued is the delicious fruit bro't
; to the North"f om the West Indies. The
bitter sweet is most abundant, and is cer-
tainly pleasant. PFigs, white and purple,
are foundl in the hammocks of" Middle'Flo-
rida, and are as agreeable as the cultivated
fruit. Peaches are also found wild, strange
as it my_.soevm. Perhaps the botanist miay
say that they must have been introduced
by the native--by the men who wandered
: through the wilds of the territory before
'the savage had passed the Frozen Ocean in
his decent to the temperate and tropical
climaeo of America. The cocoa nut ha-
beea lntrgdueed from Cuba, as well as the
.? plantain and banana, rhe myrtle or orange,
j. the lemon and pine apple. Of the latter
."i there are very few to be found, though the
"s ""oil and climate are highly favorable.

The following graphicdescription of ]Key
Biscayne, an Island on the Atlantic sea-
board of Vlorida, is from the peh of'a surge01o
of tho Army. It is in contem plation to e-
r6Ctjthqpea44y its proprietor, a Hotel f0r;
the residn'i"of Invalids.,
". 'This Islond, which is sittfated on the
; '* *'fl fe~te'ri" 61os't of Fltorida, ,\ within 'a- c.-1 n-
Tv.nient distance -of the ,West Indie% aud
-cltoi" -pbnthe channel of tke.'GuIf or Mex-
ico is constantly passiQL int' sjght, offers a
very desirable place for a seitlement. It
p($sedsqs the advantage of a large bay,. ca-
,,pa-rEe-qdmittiug vessels for. the purpose
of trade,,andaffords an excellent harbour
of safety and protection from the storms
w whichh frequently range along the c'a-st.-
The climate is well adapted for the cultiva-
tion of Sea Island Cotton, the Morun Multi-
falis, and all thc varieties of the tropical
fkiuits. Having been slatikned heIie with a
*; garrison of U. S. Troops for the period of
['- six months, Iwould recommend it as being
Y, a desirable position for the resortofinvalid.;
from the various parts of the United States.
especially those who may be so unfortunate
;as to be afflicted with chronic pulmdoary
affections. : -"'
In the niid-t of.summer, "the constant
prevalence of the sea breezes render it al
a~l'lime of the day'delighl ful iil thie shade.
During the winter, frost i-i never known:,
nor is it ever-so cold as to require the use
of fire. The eastern beach commands a
beautiful view of the open sea, and offers
especially during low tide, an admiirable
place for exercise-on horseback for the dis.
stance offouror five miles, and formornino
: aiY venng 14Ck. The walMr aomric
a --' "I ev nig % y*'' a

ho w e v ,e r, -iiicr tu~ gii.ret'n o 4 0 w h o0 p ri i'.h e d + '"
in the Tbatci in consequence of accidents W AR AMONG THE H('itE [1 Oi1-E9 E ,- ** -
)ccaSioned by steamers. Of these 92 ves- By the Boonville Emigrant of llItI in ; "\' of the Treuyury. 1
sels, 40 were wrecked foundered, or in im- (says the St. Louis Republican,) we hi--.. ; + 1
eminent peril,; 23 suffered by explosions of ... .... r i "r !' :F."'n C 1 written comminunic"atioln inI
....... v... ........ v tns the follow ng unpleasant imtellgence fr, +... '"[ mrcn\are.I t pt to
boilers ;.17 by fire ; and 12 by collisions.- .. .. P .. .. ..gnc..f V y- i- American, N% e kI I o -
the Cnerokee nation, and foi them allUSI; c t iehnrd ~ h~
The greatest ascertained number -of lives .A4 U 1at1on and fo -h a i *- ., five hundred 31. 1 ae
ost at any one time was.119, by the wreck to the beef contract, we presume it may n':- l'} i-.^I, ?.nce the pas-age o!' the Ilw I
f the Rothsty Castle; greatest number at relied upon. We suppose the in,,ornciti. ** "l^'^ i employment of apprentices 1
om e tim e by collision, 62; do. by explosion, co ...... th ..... ,_ -' ;- -; service of the g0..;- -.: :
-- ,, Ctmles thru~gh th~e cotrac~ltor: "c ...,. ,
S4; do by fire, 32. h .- *, hundred and ninety have
According to Mr. Secretary Woodbury's oWe are nfomed by a genlilman ,,, .. on board of the HIudson at
Reportthe number of steamboats in the rectly from Arkansas, that a war I, now i instructed in all Ithe brainch,.s
U ,d gng among the Cherokees.
nited States which have met with disas- g education, and Itw0o hundred i
Users of one kind or another, is about 228" viz. Itappears th ..at difficulties anddis... .nu m b er h "eben 111 o 01
about 99 by explosions, collapses, &c. on the25 n ii vessel.. The best re-

,~~o ....o..... andef ot-erlsto e submit r octhc tern.--rcie
by shipwreck, or col' lision, ; 28 by fire; 52 the tresaty bythich to subdet to theater, .. fr --- the^ several
by snags and sawyers; and 24 by causes th rayb hc hycddt h ,_,. ,er whose cliare ihc3._%vec
unknown. Whole -number of fives lost y t.. ., th. ..., ing is calore ated been
abouty00. Mr. Woodbury ascertained the y thet, th Jneso)lved ther National 't.t p;., st, ,; -, he r e r rt m sea,
loss 1676, besides which 443 persons were parties, styled the Ross party and Ihe R' ion, ,. ,._ Tw cotirse,- were
wounded. The greatest loss of any one party each. contending for the aee_,ida,-n .-, ,r ..,a with b-elerence to fie
occasion, was in co-seqence of the collis- ,e f ,d l.|e youth, %%ere ., be in-
ion h and sinking ofNrthieMonmouth, in 1837, "a p : s .o c l .,'. ., ..' .-. proposed iBe eopk l n.Fient

,,; ". ;. th- i ,]raty. p bi lat er mao h ~ u l ho \ *, **t ,d- ', -. h,, 1 l iin S ir
oi the Mississioppi; crausinig, the d'adli (l Ithir d v i arty This latter ine c id "' h '" 'Pi .0 i1 i,., thn olme, dnnfShd tiidor

the iissi- i pi, in-thesame year. i li_ .' -ted in. .e --h:rade ; -' i. .-.u. ,, ,; i.- r ~ a di cit, iinara and seamanl
dbrut 30h persons chiefly Indian re. By lihe e tro al t t tc if e n t o ten `:,2 oii. n-. "ee-in, ships ,were t obe
I Ile pavircaloi, and "I : m I -' ,. -' ,' ,, 'Or ls s,, '\-e, i.r,, tile as
p~ lo'in fthe. Oronoco, in 1837, cm Ih n L,7 i, 1 ,' *** -. i" i iIelin the ?(F ioi0l-3 _111iouia be
al, ill fl orl it) efect a r, cin<-illlonh. T .. I-
same river, 130 or om rek lives wer ai orype.tP "" -b' '-" I '. "V ild t rs. aeen
and by that.,of 'the Moselle, at Cineininati. o!1 I c J, I, I: -fince her return frpn Sea,
1000.26 Bvih sipwec o th Hmese~nbled lor the pill pose ol leeL lai ion. -ti,.^,l ,..:na4 a be-en placed at
oil the coast: of North Carolina, in 187 _j-1 1a )o"~ 'Vleil*^ ^- me ,;...piagt near Brooklyni. This
abott onef hundred persons ,peri-ed, and lh 1 d" o \'' "y t ,I,,, ; i ...p ,idi k, \he as we d the
130 bvithe buirnin-r of the ;b6n, Sh rod oil that the % w i, ev 1- tile CUU ... ." .;-''i,, aI.e officer, dltentof shed for
tile liissiqsippi, in the; samne year. Iue~el he`os I'll- -s~ ad disc^ ^ iplinarian and seamian,
The Britis Committee declare them- "rov a, r his ,,,^,y during the last
., .. f parlY, appointing for lhe'exeiiitioii of.' 0I'1.,.. r lid r ip rl -i i
seloes unable to .-ke any satisfatorv et .t'A \e are plea;ed to
urpo e, a. com m.ittee ._ \l.ort. inU,.. %-. .. ....
miale ofthlle loss-of property by stc-amboat 4c ,1: ( m 1 .1- 1 1 noa*"ll, k~no\ icyi a? we do the
aceidpit;- Mr-. Worodini esvinaie.; the ed~ hes he .'Le*;d^ whii ;% iltii excellent offcer, who is
loss 51 the U. StaLes at five or six ai-l-loa. j1 n1' %- to.^ i "^ "*,- ', 1 [. \ahe, ill cair .
du, as .. .,- "T~n p "" .Tl-"-' ^ i Ua-t, ^ ^.... ....<- *.... arng w i "hc i ^
-,. .. name for"goltenI) happened lOt tO bc~ rt i.,- ,,. i I r: .a .i *u ..,,.,.. .. .. ... ..
d .u II l a rf s i S fi.'.' at ul.,L.Kl Il i r II 1 pa-
From a r 'iew o he fil abo\'estatement, e eFdater and ,,. ; ,de k -f ,le "Nortw Caro-
a < em u n fi r din > i b ie lc ihpn t h e b e "R o ss p a V ; a bnb e .. ," ... 1 i.i. N or t ho-... a
of disasters on h 4 dof steam boats (n the I, Iir a:dpon h Ro s p '^ ; ao t-he P re ; , inf o edIn lat
A me ric a n ,.k l i e noa .-.t, ,is, n o t g r a e r thb a u4 ,aes e o . .. .... a .. an a .td h i
in Englayid iniproportion to the nuim ber of rt e e a r ttel I ,i e t neatne-s I heir zip-
lices. Ross \%,as alniong l[ ile:-slaion N,.-.%, I .,-, i, ior \
bol s, and. w #e nibt il it is as real. On a a ,re-. .d in their .nifr.., %%. .
b that Ridoe and Ross are b,-lh dead it '., .. htrt col-
the e,\ ter't n weaers the ease is quite other- 1 ? -; C '0. -'- .1- -.-i-O.' -t-:l of a %%-]lie sh ir t, "-u
pedh, and(] believedby mluny,thatBtshv-1c,,.i,
w i.e T his mn ay-be in part accounted tor .' -. h > .' .' [-"u,. nanke ,n tii, bu _. jacket,
by his greatt popular' ty with h is Lribo ..... --i ... ...
bI tihl penr liaii dangers to which steamers vety in eflecli o" a reco ihati ,- .I.I, n ,,r" and back. k -,tarii| n Itl
are) 1 bJect il.,those waters, fi'oni snags or u ,. ceed -. a 1:1-' b r eaminL: to the wind. Thus
anrken rc s, 111 hich, it appears, haveo anls- or I..i.: n parties. The Cherokees 3... f 1 .:- ,e.-n :.ttnr .' ll lavorable aus-
-iii i -il nto receive the beef which the nr "t i
cd 52 -if the disasiers mentioned, or nearly cnntr "- ^ ..'as yl.., hIch, if properly ca'ned ,oul,
agent X lllurtlnshingtg helm-.: and "** I t, i'trn lh the -. -,.aI
q u arte r o f th e w h o le n tltu b e r. 0ihre ate n ed to la k e h is life u n le ss h e .,a n ., ,t -l ei t e r lc a n itae v
threatened ta eahis lifeit....s le il A -,teiwilled lrirtellailence
,, them the moiney." I ) ..i).r.-~.:*inie i h o ld eide,
S OAP S UDS U'SED OR N :,lw S HINC. F LOW ERS. h e m th e m u' ra l.w l l d o b
--a lir co rrespo,,de,,t wries us from New- IMPORTANT "FROi TEXAS. 1'"' r S ;,:.ih diansdiip the stripes.and
.il I ,,N. -- : t I a l i't i luty h e r e~ e r
ton S tewarl,in [ tie follow ing term s-- I .[From the R t Lan ,a ,,4p-1,2P r,' ,bl .. .... *" ,1 nin alr l t i n, ,k ere e .
reccntl" happened to gather a beautiful T.as, dat, .dJ, (P, 1839.]
,: -.. +-a~i t -:itotie yoolng i~tue jacket.;
pansey, an \l %hen tired of admiringit, tos- HEAD QULtRTE;R4;,
sed, the toy' a-ide, which partly by accident Camp Carter, July 16,-I R A ; ;* mer-Bailor. ,^-
fell info a box-full of s,,ap -.uds. The said To theh: hon. it, '.rii J 'i~ on, + ,i-m'c'y. q / ll; ..... '' -
pan-ev had neither joint fior root, and \,:.u SiR- Oni yeslcrday the nego tiali .... .
m V judge of'nmy surprise when, at the end tlhe part ofl the cornni,,sionqrs having -. 7-,.,.P..,. .... Philaa of a dav or two,"I fotnl, nit ,rov ina. From under vour older, illt..h. v. hole fo'rceewx" ixam .nm g T e Nav Reois-
tY1s time forward 1 I watched it narrowly, in notion towards the encam'piuT '-** .e... that there at'. now in the
and nowfind, aftet; the lapse of a fortnighl, Bowles, on Neiches. Colonel L !, -. '^ ,r.d and twentysevn Lieu-
a. goodly plant with several buds on it.- crossed on the west ,ide of th___ '-..U ,a^e been twenty y ar: and
Thinking Naater might produce the sam ,e marched up the river, the regiment -. '* ,f.and that thirty of the,,
effect, I placed a newly-cropped panse in colons Burleson and dRusk moved L ; .:V' ,. ; ice tt -seren..cars ago.
t o t h eo .-eie np- non eBP asd M i d
an element which,,pure in itsef, i to the catnp of Bow\les. '.: .P _. d-
dium of purity Leevryfhinng but it oareaching iititwas found to, P have biee a tee service
-. ". '- '*> 4 ,/ :. "-' -'. ", . .*_ .. ', *"' +" .



s. Please correct Ii
h if you l think [-ripe

Correspondence of th

My dear sir.: I, among
absent friends, have been
reading the St. Josph-,
Bi unsu ick Compnipnsfixed
as the terminus of their
0bie this, and while the re
stlil strung in expectancy
tinction from lthe action o
co. the Times wa- mo. e t
mendalion of this oreat pi

rcjrTcmg as a -pruject th-af
..tu Oiuv, n, m ure :fil| ir
the certain downfall of -A
now all is changed-your
tttn friend has au astonish
\ision. He feels like a c
m ho having venture his i
witnes-e, the. dtelin^n A
all anticipated Iorlune wit
Is te.x\d with all around li
ri"al, your omwn devoted c
ten In Ills paroxysnls of il
fury. Occas.ionally she r
I',,LIs broadside front lthe
his spleen-but unawed b
tillhnrelud by the dischar
of our hopes sails on triinn
In hiis attacks on ilthe ne
olSt. Andrews, yomr cole
parted from Is usual g
pleasantry, and displays E
it\ eness deplorable in one
moments is not w acting i
latent talent. In his ac
from, St. Andrews this sj
manifest. fha a lonj


ommun icatfon.o,

APALACHI OLA, A(;UtT %O, 1 t0,83-9.

: rv^ I** F'



jy30 15cy t". .. Apalachicola, Fla,
Commerc:iear Centre st.
jy9 12cy '|^palachicola, Fla.
No 44 W-atef, cor. Chesnut street,
ie26 l~cv :. ApataehitCoia. ,


A PART of the Dwelling formerly occu,.
by C. McKinny. Apply to "
jy-20 17 ELLIS & FOSTER.

Apalachicola, June 25, 1839.
Norltern Mail (by SIeam Boat,)
Due every Sunday at 8 P M.
Cleats every Tuesday at 6 P M.
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Post Master.
LAES .D E.....


I I.,

ziJrwinton, mla.

Dodge, Kolb &, KcKay, Aflachicola.
Center & Co., New Yk. %" je5 7cy '
nvl '2 41 water 5?reet, Apalarliicola.
Dr.v Gooas. IVaref". Hatq.SShoes & CGroceries,
myl 2 43 watei street, Apalachicola.

F OR sale on consignment, 240 coils i
Rope. jel0 17 ELLIS & FOSTE
ANDERtSQN, AtlorwsqlS at Law,
practice in co-partnership in tie Superior C. -,
of the Counties of Jefferson;, Leon, Gac.': :,,
Franklin, Calhoun, E.l .T,,'-.I ...-i. and i-
Court of Appeals at T -,* 1 -I -, i -, ',
Address of Thomas Baltzcll, Apalachic, ..4
Address of Walker Anderson, Tallahas: ..
jyl6 13
61)_. Ark BUSHELS" PetitGutf" COT,"'-: .
FSEED, part ." Gulf Hills."
100 bblq. POTATOES, in prinrre ordei,
Just received and for sale by -
.. DuODlx, KU &ifcfKA"Y
n'rryl *2 40 water s t.-r,.
Mb"f TO-7&S Soap,
g x 16 casks Porter. Also,
Port Wine, -!
M,de.ra Wine,. ': '
4 l.:- 4 iv BBouace,
Otardand C'-iio *-rte Brandy, S ;'-* ;
sale on good terms, bh y .. :
jel5 17 ELLMS & PG;:LT, i
GLES, &c. ;
2- M OVr.0 rf feet Clear and M, :; *-
,$JP^y._i1_FJI_ able boards; 50,000 ;*- |
Shingles; 50 Doors well made, of varieui A ;**:,>
for sale by NOURSE, aRQOKS& -C :
m ayl 1 2 | *
(. *. ,. .Q ..

Office up ;tani-Q v water ?treet,
apr24t1,.-. v Apalachicola.
M ANI.'F ir-TJ_'RiF,.P or
'.,'D Dr.% 1. CP INN
I Corner Crunimerce and Cherm',streets, '
apr24 1?y Ap'alachicola.


.... :, <'RA, D. Sharpe, Master.
.", -'TCE, M. S. Robinson, do.
: ..... new) J. R. Bedell, do.
... '. 'NE M. THORNE, Tyler, do.
,.::( : "S, Jones, Master.
'-... ., '3 are all of the first class, light
S, :. -n' : ~llt expressly for the trade, and
r rly as advertised, have good ac-
.:,,..,'. :o or passengers, and are comm-an-
....v : and experienced Captains. Ap-
..- Wall street, New York.
''" C-" N ET51 Water street, Apalachicola.
0' O CON,41CNria EN'T.
*-*% *.. .'VOANA: SEGARS, and
,* ':" ,000 Florida, do. of superior
-.v. ** -7< sold low for cash bv
:, ', 43 water street.
*.* CKS Liverpool ground, for sale

40 water street.

apr34"l cy

7 to 10 cts.:"
In. Cincinnati on the 2d inst., Flour had ad-
vanced to $4,43 per bbl. and holder generally
demanded $4,50.
Whiskey was quite dull; common 39 cts.
Grain without alteration. Wheat 75, and
Corn 60 a 62i cts. per bushel.

-Per steamer Commerce, Dr.. Ely, Messrs.
Gilbert, Rogers, Crook, Norton.

-- IIPI g -1

Sieamer Tropic, Thompson, from Columbus.
Steamer Commerce, Smith, fm Chattahocehe.
Steamer Cor,, me i ce, Smith, for Chattahoochee

T HE Subscr ibers offer for sale Fifteen Lots
in the city of Apalachi ;.,la, as follows;
;,Block C, second io.mge, Njs. 3 and 14
do 30, Nos. 1, 2 and 3
do 33, N), -.,.1,2, 3, 4,5 and 10
do F, N,.-4. 1n0`-d 11
-do. H N,,.4 ari L..1 !*a 2
- The aoove Lots are advantageously located
a~d cma.be sold on accommodating terms. Ap-
plv to t ELLIS & FOSTER.
April324. /'

UJJ.Ll, tKOLB.L. O. 1 1 A_-
].-.'' "3 .40 water st.
l '". *" D. C0MMJS.SI ON Mqi'G:HANT.
4'.E Subscribers would in-form his friends
IR ,.nd the public in ,eneral, thai he has com-
,. .... t. i e buiniue-ss ot Coiton Broker atud Com-
:.;'*. Meichan,, in the ity"" of New vYork,
..-,-' -. :,ow prepared to1 receive Cotton, and oiher
: ... iatend,-l_ ar-U_ Ls na-4'ke4, which he will
i. c.- oilon cmmi-'ion, and ttatrer h iibitself,
tim lone aeqairitance in the Northern and
I, 1 l mrn markets, lie shall be enabled to giver
.-. '..oiion 1r,_ such a;, mnav '-el disposed to par-
i,>.-'5 himn, nor onlv in lh,?'ale oftheir produce,.

aourte r r(Ittttg @fffRc,
Corner of Water and Chesnut streets.
The Proprietor of this establishment is prepared
to exsecuie vwith neatness and despatch, and
on rea,,rab.,le terms, .eyery description of
Swz cas teamb-boat Bills of the largest k i n d,
Auction Bills,
Show Bills, '" .
Business Card--;,
Vi-;irnrq Cards,
Ball Pickets,
C itlcilai'!,
Bills of Lading,
Commercial and Law Blanks,
Dray Receipts.
,k All Joba Werk to be paid for on delivery,

.- a 4^ barrels Pilot Bread, just received
[ L t.. and for sale by
Map 940 Water street.

~i~L~L&.li~~-n;-~~~dr~;~nriP9k~i~i~ -- ~a~Si~L~inueiY- r~....

.. Appointments by the President.
Wml. Selden, of Virginia, to be Treasurer
> of the united States, in the place of John
'" Campbell, superseded,

H. L. Holmes, of North Carolina, to be
Attorney of the United States for the dis-
\ trict of North Carolina, in the place of, T.
P. Devereux, resigned.

VaLuABLE CAmGo.-The ship Richard An-
derson lately cleared at Richmond for Liver-
pool, with 904 boxes* of tobacco valued at
$202;572. -
SPECIE.-The schooner Lone arrived at
New Orleans on the 31st ult. from Tampi-
co with $194,637 in specie to different mer-
chants of that city. 0

A NEw DRtrmnoH.-The Baltimore Sun,
:peaking oef.,sW,.*'Savings 'Institutions"

4. that -have siopped payr+ri.raalla them

SThe two steam ships departed from New
YokU 1,; lr t jnst according :taapDoint-
rent., The Great Western .got off about
one o'clock, with sixty passengers,,and the
'British Queen followed in an hour after-
. wards, with one hundred and three passen-

gers., It is said that these ships intend to
try, the one to beat the other, and that
heavy bets are pending on the result. A
-steam ship race for 3000 miles will be some-
|tlhng "1 new under the sun."

The New Ytrk Commercial says, it is
very well understood that the Cotton Cir-
cular, which appeared some weeks since,
backed by J. S. V. Wilder, was -written by
Gen. Hamilton4of South Carolina.

iThe remnant of the once powerful tr
of Ottawa Indians took theirdeparte fr&
40 -Ohio on ihe 3"th 'Ult., for the
lotted to th ra west of the Mississ
It ig stated that Geo. M. Dallas, Minister
ussia, has obtained leave to return home,'
-. "k nd is expected inJPhiladelphra next nonth"
to resume his profession. It is ",aid Xr.
Cambreleng will suipeed Mr. Dallas as M,-
nister to the Court of St. Pelersburg.
% It is said that 97, of the factory girls
r' in Lowell, have over $i00,000 depdsitlld in
the Savings Bank of that 14-
A' cillaeiizen of the UVned Stated has ob-
t. rained from-the republic of Eucador, aChar-
"- for aBan of discount and dep. site
b pri I .-a h of which i.tobe e.,tabh
pat Gtayaq i -.vith a capital of 6500,C1
.- r ,--; i lhe rca'. i, t .,. i t,

i'- ;.. "* "-.-^ , .'bo i W O t,,n.r: burthen
..... ."' .' .- ,, go w :>-, n- i ltn; i l,,,oliate dis-
*" : ', .,.,- ] I ,... !n. A pr.l\-to

i -*. -A fyrAES MAIL.
., ..- .-y" .... 11 ,ESteamer Com-
S. *... 7 .......c.- .. X inerce, Capt. James
S;' .*" -'. Y. _Smith, has now com-
i, q .1. ... ., i;-trips with thie United States
,.., *'* ** : frk, from Chattahoochee -to
: :. all eaye Chattahoochee every
'., : ick A M, arrive at Apalachi-
," at 8 PM, leave Apalachicola
,--'", .[j P M, and arrive at Chatta-
'"'. ".;.." i :. isda,.bv 6 A M For freight
'' ,,, *, .$, the Captaionbo ard, or to
.'*.: .EN.NE-,'twater st:
": 'Apalachicola.
, !:* : of any accident to the Com-
.... .., steamboat LOUISA will be
, '. ; "; ? ; ice.
',' '"OR SALE.
*i?*-. ,fi/W fast sailing schooner OR-
er% ^ " .". as she now lies at the wharf.

Al A 31 fl C El^ T,-' TVT
-.I.,, t -st -

T HE allowing d ;,bof a Scheme of .
Lottery, to be drawn in Deceil&]pnext%
warrant us in clearing to 1 be un.parallelled ian
the history of Loiexs. prizes to the. amount .
have never before been offered to the publj'c." It
is true, there are many blanks, tukt -gie other
hand, the extrernel%'low chfirS4,qf' 6per, .|
Tickets-the value i'w number of th taplal5, .W.'
and the revival of the good old eci.i ..mof tww f "
ranting that every Prige shall be df nd-id$, td.,
-will, Nie are sure, give univers3 satri.c.iitffi -
and especially to ilieSix Ilunded.Prize hoTd^,,,,"-"'
To those di.*posed to ^irentfre;we rineotn .". '
,early application berft? made tb s' fr ficelt-
when the prize are all sold, blanks ontl TrdWA
-the first buy rs have the best cl40cr -%'.
therefore, emiphatically say-D'la.:'tlb Ott
.once reinit and tramienti to us-y iorordrs.,. t
shall alkava receive our i megi~tw- Iftiet .
Letters to be addressed, and aplicatt 0',.
* SYLrESTER: -7' ._" '
156Broaidway'i N .",
glf Observe the number, 156.
"-- ,. ,-*
$8100,000oo, 500,00o 11 S23,00 i 4 ,,o0


1 5,00o O 0'

AB- Odds and Ends.
Itsstated in the New York papers that
L Moorc.formrevrly of the sloop of war
y n, has resigned his commission in the
ay tof the U. S. ; and accepted the ap-
pointment of commander of the Texian

W e are authorised
.^ |Bto announce A. K. Am.ISON,
.--k:.,, 7Zsq,, as a Candidate to rcpre-
"~--"" ^ sent Franklin County in the
next Legislative Council. augl3 17td

HfIlIIE well-known S;.ore opposite the mar .,".
.L formerly occupied by Charles McKir .
Apply to
jy20 17 ELLIS &.FOSTEI


A THREE-STORY Brick Store in b,
D, on Front street. Enquire of
aug6 16tcN JOHN G. RUAI\
ROHERl ROBINSON, Esq. is our (
JW uIhorised agent during our absence f':
the Territory. MORTON & MEGGEr'
July 24 jyM Y 15 .....
thonsed agent during our absence f
the Territory. GOLDSTEIN & C<'
July 24 jy30 15

LivERPOoL ...................... July 10.
NEW-YORK ................... ... Auw.. 9.
NEW-ORLEANt; .................... Aua.g. 7.
CHARLESTON ..................... Aug. 10.

]KivFew of our Domestic Markets.
Our commercial dates from New York are to
the 7tli inst. A fair amount of business was
transacted in Stocks at the Board that morning.
For United States Bank 111 wais offered, but no
salcs were made. Prices generally showed some
improvement on the transactions 'of the week
'lheu~ti'na'-.a'-nti..rt ^ciQn market noticed
in our last, had in a consider bl,: JvLt,-. -6,;;ided-
*ThsHansaciions both 1or exportation and ho=,
-Use, extended to only about 1050 bales, at prices
varying from 10 to 14 cents, of Which wej.&dO
Florida at-'I a 12 cts. ^W
The animation in the Flour market noticed
last week, has continued for all desriptions,
with a further advance in prices of-from 37x to
50 cents per bbl., for Western, and 25 for South-
ern. Thie sales were of common brands Wes-
tern Canal at $6,50; OhioA'a. canal, $6,371 a
6,50; and some small sales OrRichmond county
at $6,12J.
Oux dates from B .- Iti:,r,? are to the 7th.. The
Flour market continued dull and receipts small.
Howard ,sti eet Flour made of old wheat was held
at $6. New was selling in small lots at $6,12.
Of City Mills Fl^ir small sale of new had been
made at $5.
Tjie snpply of new Wheat was fair. Reds
was quoted at $1,10 a 1,15, and Whites at $1,12
a ^8
In Whiskey sales were moderate at 36 ets. in
rs.,2,Md 38 a 381 in bbls.
FrKffNew Orleans we have dates to 7th inst.
in co_1 uence of the news by'the British duecn,
the C lmarket was so paralized, that'-not a

ng-e n f le on the 6th aud the only
's ,;'; lg,-Tfii^^ays previous Was 5 b-les new
crop at 1
Flour.r the advance t& to to a
bmiidrext e made at $'7 a 870! n
dried. .r
Pi visions cintijlued dull without a.ny change
in prices-mess pork $17 a 1-7; prime 12t a
12,50; bacon 9 a 9j for hams; 8 a 9 for sides,
and 6Q a 7 for shoulders.
Whiskey reifinEd 44 a 45 cts. ; common, 40
cefts. Corn vas Arm at 621 cts. per bushAl.
'*'.^-m l.on, 10th inzt. business generally was
rIf -- L The C,,thon market continued


.. .....- '* ROBERT MYERS, Agent.
0,L D L I N E.

ONE half of the interest o& this pnper .,
be sold to a qualified person disposed t(

in conducting it. The proprietor is of opi .; : a. ._
thaf it can be made a profitable investment. ..... i,
jya0 15 -"r. ..
pORt aI.TE, *'" ;' 'i. 'IAN, (new) W Pratt, master.
-, (new) J S Doane, do
"I MWO BU0tiSHELS Corn, by o IRVING, P W Latham, do
S, jy1 17 ELLIS & .. .. :, (new)E Talbo do
PORTER AND AT,-P. i .. are of light draught of water,
-k- bT' e. : A. i ir the trade, of best materials
'1" E -bRNTRTON A *nd coppered, with handsome
,A NOURSE WNImOKS C,' .. .and will sail punctually as ad-
_-,, ^ .._-- NO"R.E ^ .... :,rice'of p-.- -., i-z *"50 ",ir,,u
S. J ..:. = _,,rwr^_- .. ... z F,* Nv hri 1. h- n cxibers,
S f A. B ....l__-lR h1 v." II,,.|av ,:in ; ; ." r, be -, & l- ..
.n.._,fROSS &sCO. The V, ":REBo~s O
S bus 46 wter st, 1.Apalahic a.-
tldbdiness of the concern will be attondi,".( HURLBUT & CO.-
.by G,o. W,. Ross, wh/o is duly authorised.8 sut s, ewYok
July 9 jy23 14 R. A. A"K,..4 t e
' .i' c,*d;A N D AP A hA~cH ICOILA

1,0 o o 0'?!


Crand Real Estate and Sank .$4ack_
".';:-, JLOQTTE I" .?'-

Of Pro~frtW situated If( New 0"a. 9
'* r -f '.-^*, : ,* '-* -a1
a" iawoRt M hl if'.

tA is Or any o '0A c v ... t. \ ,-'


Authorized by an Act of the Legislaire .
.tssemb .!r c!f Florida, and u-ndf di .?i n,. .. ?'
-f the Commissioner',f acting wider the'
S Ma e1-. .

my 12 '24 water street, Apbjachicola.
Dr. T. H, THOIT'P.0O",
.- --yri-,rr _ v,_,'e..nr,'

myl 2 -2-2 water st. Apalaeieola.

Cotton Fatonr. and Conitus-.ioni Merchants.
myl 51 WVater street Apalachio.,la.
apr24 1 cv 51 water -i Apilachicohl.
aprS24 1 cv P-) \water ;t Apalachicola
apr2I4 1 cy" 40 warer ,., Apalachirola.


No Combination Numbers..

100,000 Tickets, fro, wo. *, Vpwardx,
In Succession. " .. ", .,'

The Deeds qt t(e, Property and. the 8ock "le -
_lransfered in trust to the C"oimmissiovners :
appointdd by A evaidAct ofthe'-Legk da- .
ture of Florida, fur lhe sceurftt. f- te .
Prize-holders. .-.. .



"SIPLlBWDID'-SieB~fpSl 2'
1 Prize--Trot ARC.AkE--WE-A .,--5 iches, .
.. linesln. Magailn;q. p- 1H f,-t :.
^-- .. inch es on Natchez:itwet.;"t.6-feefc^
nclfd na OB Grati er sryfetL 'tfen"'^
abol" I .)000 per airt ru. ... ["
Valued at' '" 9 $'?0&0/Q .
I Pr!ze--CiT -e1.6 2ec'-a.



SHOES,, 1.ATi, &c. &c.-
apr-2 1 cy 41, waier st., Apipachicola.

S; ::.'::AN barrels 'Malaga, "Loring's"
I"- :.,{; also a'quantity, of Ma.leipa and
.. "hi;.,"old and superior, of favorite
.,'_ e ;:a aeby "
-.'. :? .! "- "* 40 water s;reel.

J. DAY *c.,O.,
aorpl 1 52 Water street, ADalacicola.

.street; m i ielr, c if a S e
c o" "ciBPIN & CO., en*an ,
.:L_ O M M ISS IO N M E RC H4A N T S "- :'. r l -ajue ' -'' -/.T 1'...,._;
,'. a- t-_, -. -.i "^ -1 ,d--^ :'" ,"'1"31_ ] tt~ ..... r =.
.. ., --. ....*i .-' -* .:- .1; -' .. '3 w ^ b -' e r;
- -, **..... .'.'. .. :.. ... .... -=-^\:. .... *J-.'e;--."t<;i tr i'e._ A ^ ^\. B*^ *i, o -';.

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-.": *". .... .. . i .1, ^ H ,.,t. ,, ?, i^ _'- ,
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--~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ -a .....La..... .... .-w. ._ >.:e...*: c ,

I_ -, -Sn l f. o yt", ,-o w ,"",.. . .

'pressed s.tc as mentioned in our
ly tiau.Sauth:.j] for the Week pre-

l ,

I'DERSIGNED are prepared to
:;beral advances on crn-isi'nrnen'ts of
Wrher loi'-.Je, or Qh'prnnt to their
7 1 .. L- ... 1 f 5:.7. 11
.. :"2 :. ':.." .: ; i


'' i, "4 : .' .. .: .:i,;e). '' -! iipi .-- i ;


to run in conp(
shWp. She isto
and will have en

M ost iavorabie teruIrs: ... ....- -" .......... ; -
GOLDSTEIN &-C&' ap~rQ-lplc~iclg-- k-. ^.-^^-^-~
Colum bus Buildings. v ,. .I...
U M It It-'%% I -... .. 1..

* D. u ui< nn "'*":.'t.. *- :e a '-/2. -t .* .' ,
section wiTEh their-present .
ter 105 cents per bushel...
be called the "NEW YORK, The only transacton in the Grocery line for
gines ofone thousand horse the week was 5.o f6lld.- Muicovado Sugar, at from

T! .. .. D`= ,-,i 1 Il C 1'r .-J Z .Z? ,-
-Tcommission on all claims lodgedj, ^*u^
hands, for collection after the 1st day of (:\'t;
next. DODGE, KOLB & MeKAY.
june 26 10 40 Water' i.


JIt: III JI' W n 40i, W I-,
Oti,.e up stairs, *2S water .tree,
ap:4 1 cy . Apalachicola.

corner f' Basitak4B
street-40 feet front
feet oU Faiklit '
deep ihn Cstom-hoisi
at $1500,
Valued at .-
1 Prl~ze-Dwellit house, N1
corpero'o- Basia. ani
strel.-S-.- feet, 7 imn
feet, 7 inches on Fi
10M inches deep in
house street. Rented
Valued at '" -
I Prize--Dwelling houtse,.N.!
inches on Royal st-re
inches deep. Rente
Valued at .,
I Prize--250 shares 0'astIfa

po w er,


T HE subscribers have just received **'.:. "* .- A.CKS heavy Westean CORN, for
from Sweden, per brig Freya," ;0 Jo',o i'i ? i ;.c by
Swede Iron, which they will sell low for ,-Ch r DODGE, KOLB & McKAY,
approved paper. 3 40 water street.
DODGE, KOLB & McKAY, -.- .a?,-
june 26 10 40 Waut-..< j C -ktK;RIES AND PROVISIONS.
FOR SALE. .- 1"' :-a" b" scriberss will keep their store open
a gh the Sum.-mer, with a full supply of
UANTITY ^of Key W-est Salt-si io -
r i. s ; i I 't goodswhichwlb so w
A Spanish Segars-a lot of Bagging, I undi i 'drl N. HAWLEY &.CO0.
at 18 cts. per yard. Apply at this offiec. 24 water street.
je12 8 ..if....

ple of Maranham Rice, of which 400 casks
have lately been imported into Havana, is
left at this office for the.,msp.ection of those
From a letter dated July llth, -from St.
Jago de Cubha, (south aide) we learn that
the brig Leader had arrived at that port
from Para, Biazil,'with 300 tierees rice.
Our planters must look for falling prices
"7n exl seasonn -' aS mIie h fT-gr t " tri tT[m g h'-iere f
an Indticement for the cultivation of therar-
ticle in Brazil. The quality is said to be at
.gop4 as our Carolina' Rice,, being cleaned
-by Thomas Napier's Mill, by a miller from
thisctty.- Courier.
-Mr. Cunard, the enterprising proprietor
,of the :.line of steam ships to run between-
'Boston and Liverpool, vja-Valilax, has, ar-
r rived in town. He came passenger to New
.... York in the Brilish Queen. *
.'., He has determined, as 'we are informed,
: ,= hAt Ihe large boats of his line shall run be-
. tween Liverpool and Boston, merely stop-
ping at Hlifax some two hPofrs, t. di4-
charge freight and passengers, Of these
boats he has fo(r now buildipvg at Giacgow,
; .each 6f 1260 tons, with enginesof 4160 1hCT'e
i power. They are upwards of 200 feet hong,
and84 feel wide. H,: haxtuu-o smaller boats
I7 .,building, for the purpose of keeping up a
: communication between Pictou and, Que-
,' bee. .... -
%Wat Mr. Cunard asks of'.t4e Bostonians
v. is, that'they should him provide him with
~ -a wharf, without charge, at which his yes-
sels may be safely moored while in this ci-
'"*'"- ,i y. Such a wharf, it is supposed, will cost
rrom-forty to fifty thousand dollars, The
committee appointed some time since for
"that purpose, are taking measures, we be-
tieve, to collect the necessary amount. We
cannot have a doubt of their; speedy sue-
d :. cess. It i3 titt to be'supposed that our
merchants will hesitate 4 moment about se,
-','. "- curing to themselves the great advantage of
.asen-i-nionthly steamn-paeket communica-
tion with E,,gland. It was the establish-
ment of regular lines of packets between
New York and Liverpool, that firstled, to
...... the greatconcentration of the foreign trade.
~ r. 'C."ffhrd Iriiel.-4t6 ommernce its trips-

< on the 1st May next. In point of steam
'" ships we shall then stand on a par with
New York. We shall have four, an,] lor
'; some time to come, she is not likely to have
a greater number.-Boston Atla.


Office up stairs, 18 water street,
apr341cy : Apalachicola.

,- -.q 'SfIIE house and lot in Co Mamerce st.
S.*'. *, formerly occupied by us. The house
S'- . *.>\ s 30 by 60 feet, and two stories high,
.'":':" aear the office of the Apalachicola
'.. i, .,pary, well situated for business.
*-BylS 43 water street.

I 'I duly-authorised agent, during Yr. ,cr"
from the Territory. JOSEPH CBC. r ;'!Y,
N -OTWEX---Mr. E. C. ROBERTS y dni"
uthit: rised agent during my abs,;Yre frii
this city. Apalachicola, May 12, 15,:!
my15 JNO. W. R1^'.'UX>1
A VARIETY of Second-hand Furitmi, -i,
sale low for cash. Apply at thi- of efi;.
jeO38 9

John lenkins, Compl't. vs. Peter Mitchel as Ex-
ecutor of Robert Mitchel, Peter Mitchel, Benj.-
W. Rogers., Thos. Vet rylia, Leuii M'.-Lane,
Joseph M. -White, Chas. Aug. Davis, and the
unknown heirs of Elvira Mitchfl, deseased,
IT appea-s to tie satisfaction o0 the Court, by
i affidavit filed, that the above named Defend-
ant- are non resident, tof the Tenr iorv of Florida.
T'herefo're it ik ordered rhat the), ,.eve'raly appear.
on o0 bef,,re the firty MNo.day ofI De!ember next,
and an,wer the bill offcomlplaint filed herein, or
the same will be taken for confessed as against
them, and th, r,,aterc and things therein con-
tained deemed acv:.rdiii,,,ly. Ard it is further
ordered that a cupo of thi," order be published in
a newspaper ,l't"he i.iiy of' Apalachicola, once a
week for four momh.ilitieeeei\'elv




40 bbls fine Flour, for sale low for cash
r. consignment, by
2 40 water st.



^f~f^ Boxes Champagne Cider, W. &. B.
60 brand, for sale by
my29 6 NOUR'E, BROOK,'. & CO.
D OORS of various sizes and- hi,'-.' -.. an
-0 6 panneled.
SASHES (glazed) consisting of 1- Ji rud f
li,-l,'- to the window, 8Rbv 10. 1. b% I-- -' iV I ,
10 by 16,.11 by 14, i 1 tv17i, al_.o (',t.- roo
'Sash. ; .. .
BLIND* of vario-t- ,im,. in '.-n<.s.: .s:"
statiria iy T-(or -le loow l':,r bv,
DODGE, KOLB & li"K;\Y,
apr24 1 40 water sr
7HAMRS-D'k'k bronzed,
C Green do.
Red do.
Chocolate do.
Dark Gilt,
Yellow do.
Rose Wood,
Bannister back, Maple,
Common do.
"W"i n,:!'or,
Boston, (large and swiA,)
Misses Chairs, also,
Cane and Wood bottom ,Settees, for sa e by
apr24 1 40 w.-rr 'ir" i

7& BALES prime Northern& HAY, Ifor,
-.alebv "
,a' 2 .40 water:street.




, ; - s,.'b,.,,l'ibe- are agents- for the sale of
M y oit'd- Fire Proof Double Iron Chests;
S"". n ;iye a few onw hand which they will sell
'--. 1.1 ..tct~ire; ', pi iie.,. l:
t '. ,,- z" NOURSE, BROOKS & CO.
. ^, TENT Hoist Whee-], of the most ap-
- 41' oveyd pc' ii f_,i, f,:,rsale~by .
r't -',r T -p- ic. Nlr1_ ',

,..__,F..BA LTZELL,




my15 4

;'W OULD intk-,nn ieir parlous and s ll vi-
m w' S-tr to fhi, ,i,'O that ihey ate Ij:'-;ei --
sed'f ., vatried a srortineni of-,ne:,:[h:, r,,tze, c'u-
sistiibg ,-,: _, :-,t r ,:,ii Of ilie t['6 lowing arnikles, all,
of which are offered for sale upon the usual fa:-
cilitie, of our :,,aiket. ... ,
DrS Good1z, Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, &ccr '
W"ih a tpply of the 'more substantial articles
of Bale Rope and BagWg. '
These and ,-Iher atii.'otfs unnecessary to spe-
ci Cy, aI Ie.'-,_,iTIe. upon equal, though we have not
t h ea n i ty o ,'j v 's'.: riu r,terms to our neighbors.
Apalachi,:-,la, iiay 1 2 6y

CO P-ANY, AT -.A.rC-tTA.
Of which $t00,000 is poid in, ad. inveskd is
,Banl ,Sloclk's, and /he tbalancc ,ii a course of
t',iyntnlt, by monthly instigmneitts.
Y the act of Incorporation, the property of
1 each Stoekholder is-botind, to the amount
of'his stock, for all contracts mrade b, the Obfin
pany, while he is a Stockholder, and for six
months afterwards; which makes the actual re-
sponsibility of the Institution equtito TWO AIL-
The pres-.ent number of Stockholders is two
E.rlra l from Lhe Be Laws."A
In settling losses, if the right of' the asE.uared
be clear, advantage shall niot be take of an),
me3"re legal )bje,:.tiou"
Insitrance, against tire, and on Marine and
Inland Naviration, may be effected bv applica-
tion, 1)erisnall or by letter, at the office, or to
a IV of the c'-iinpan 's, A-unt5. The terms of
Insurance will be a-.l'avora tle as those of other
go:>d oflice,;. On risks taken 11v Avents, lo'--ses
will be paid, wth,?re the premiums are3 received.
.4 THOMAS S. IETCALF, President."
Wm. T. GOULD), Secretury.
S-Mt, :L .TAL r., EDWARD Tt.:-,m.
SOL.omON KN-UND., 'WM. H. MoAR.l,
At,,AM JOHNSTON, W.i. P. R.|Bo'-E;,
,-r24 ; J DA"'Y& CO.: Agents.

TMHE Law Partnership here(,i'.,'re ,'.*". ,... ,. ihe in'.v'etme.n, ct oany pan of the pro-
:between WM. P. DUA, .i. i ..n the- in order r dir'
the appointment, under t? l ,'x.. *'. No. 61) Water-street, N. Y.
latter, as a Judge of the Super:,.r .' -. i IErER'r>E'n,.
WM. P. DUVAL and WM. H. )'V,1:, .. "; lVW.illiam'.. Semi.l. Reid, Gov. Branch,
ENBROuGH, are now associated as parme6s .. -M-ee ; .I,,. Lailer &. C('. Q,iii(.-v ; J. B.
tColjin, AMonticek. V J.Bailey,]1pla
in the practice of Law. The first re id-irfi at "'-. t O : -" W ; J. .. il--, M a,olia;
Tallahassee, the latter at the city of Apalachi- '..3G. Porer, Apalac-hicola; Craig &-Datfin,
cola. NVin. P. Duval will attend the co,,,,rt, ,f prl".4,
Appeal, ;and the 6Sipei ior courts in Leon,; Jetller- rv 1
son, Gad.l?, or. ia klin, and Calhoun Couri,,.ii.s. N
Mt. Brock.-.bi,,:igh w ill allend tI,? courr of Ap- : LD CAVENDISH TOBACCO.
peals ind. the Superior Courts of Jackiu., 0 box,:-. '.:ry superior Old Cavendi'h
Franklin, Calhoun end Leon countie.-. 14051 Tobaco.o, "Grant and William' brand,
WM. P. DUVAL, is decrectat tnanuiantuers' prices, I..,
April, 24, 1W3. *Ay 13 CoubsBuli

The whole of the Tickeis, withthe. mumbem, "
asaJ-'o those containing the Plii ,'w .le ,e,- b '.
am.ped and sealed-by theicrinri 'kin-s ar- ,"
pointed under the A.c, tre.viously.40-'eiebe. / '
put into the wheels. One wheel wi.l t ca.tA.lh, / _
whole of the Numbers, the oLttr-wMJ nf t h *.b /';.
Six Hundred Prizes, and the fimrstj_; S / ..
that shalJ be drawn ouL, -will -be eiDtifl^1n*^1^
Prize as may.be. Arawn to i. m ntmber,,ad- he/- )
forkinate holders 6f snb.-PrTzes will -I.haw? sue -T_
propevty tran~t'er.r.ei (. thiemin *immedaty af le^"_* .,
ilie drawing, t Anyc,-iber.0 'and w-,,,tx fT _- ,
,dItClipn i !' .. .* i : .
SSYLVSTER & Co. / -7
jn5 7tduc 156. BroadwaY, ..

.. / ** -i--^ -s

F OR sale separately r t.-" hcr.' Apply;ft

SWe are authorised
.... to announce Co!. ROBERT MY-
.-'-,,9-" ERs as a CandidtIe to repre-
sent Franklin County in the
next Legislative Council. aug13 17td

6T004T IUNDLES prime Eastern I.
S 00^j for sale by
je3 17 ELLIS & FOSTE.,

To be Drawn

At Jackson viile,Flma,
December 1st, 1839.


156 Broadrtdy, New? York, Sale.Agcnft -



COILS :Kentucky. Blel Rope, for 0 lrqo regulate the licensing of Drays, and the
sale by 1 1 J rates Uf drayage, in the city of Apalachi-
40 water st. See. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Reminin n d-;-e C-ouncilmen of the city ofApalachicola in coun-
-Remaining on hand,iand to be sold a cil convened, That after the passage of this or-
close~be consignmebt, small quan- dinance, no person or persons shall be allowed
Nade Oa rs, by, p tO keep for use any dray or cart, within the Ju-
lNOURSE, BROOK$ & C.O risdiction of this corporation, or use, or allow
BALE ROPT, v oth same to be used, without having first obtain-
zE ed'a license therefore, from the clerk af the city,
coils of Bale Rope, very superior under a penalty not exceeding ten dollars, at the
article, will be sola low ti clh.e" direction of the Mayor, for each and every day
GOLpSTEIN & CO. such dray or cart is used without such license,
Columbus Build'ags. .upon conviction before the Moyor, one half to
Sbe paid to the prosecutor, and one lmlf for the
)X CONSIGNMENT. use of the city.
LS. '" Eagle" GIN." ':, "Sec, 2. And be it further ordained by the au-
do. Monongahela WHISKEVD.1r thorii aforesaid, that it shall be the duty of the
ld and prime, Clerk, on application of any respectable person,
American Champagpe BRANlDY. and'after the payment of eleven dollars, (ten
y'E L dollars for the use of the city, and one dollar for
DODGE, KOLB 13, AKA '* drawing said licence) to issue a license to said
40l wawrsueel. applicant for one horse and dray, or cart, for the
term of one year, and on no condition shall a li-
PROSPTTA r"i Fcense be issued for a longer or shorter term, nei-
HHE QUINCY. SEN.FINEL. other shall said license be transferrable or used
ubscriber has been, inducedthdough any other person or persons than the one in
citations of.s&-.... Ii., Irieid,,, whosc name it shall have been issued, under a
-ls for publish.i.-.. a -.. ...r und.-r [ie penalty of not exceeding twenty dollars, at the
to be devoted L'i.. m,-Mr-Mraltiv Veretion of le Mayor, to be collected and ap-
id Sciences-I, i.. i n Iinprovetient, ,, a111-1s provia dor in see. 1 of this ordinance.
vision of Political, Commercia and" Sec. 3. And befuriher ord-iined by the au-
I Intellience. -- thority aforesaM, latWL clerk of the city shall
tinel" will be attached to no rel~iiUs .record and insert in al:l.leenses issued, the num-
cal party, but, will zealously ad vc aiyj b,-r thereof, and it shall not be lawful to use or
ares of general andohlocal impe- allow to be used, ay licensed dray or cart, with-
volve the interests Qf the peou e 4-c or t first having the number of said license pain-
wishes it distinctly ii sl in clear andistinct, with black numbers,
hill sedulously avote oll OnOob nttlT'-- wlolite ground on the outside of each shaft of
fe, bis columns will b- o-'u 1".01-.'*j _.~b da. or cart of A dea a penalty of not excee-
ul discussion. ion i nrj..tan'dollars, at the discretion of the Mayor,
ns of a l.-.u I'-li in)- iiid V I 'inle cbrC6& d 10!1 ie*; of license, to be collected tnd apr-.
recaused .I 'ir, kdT -<_ I, Sec. i for 1.- te it see. In of this ordinan dce';
ae "El!,',lC. *"ari-i cit~iN --iq^ H^ '.II-,tl 'nd to ariv part of Commerce Qor
lights Tip1-i3d ,...".. Ed.ilrA 1 .i., f W l'c i *i,-..- cents.
P. will i .up..nO Yo I the 4A lTtr0 the city
pe an d J .. ,.Ol, i -it 11. ;ir- '\ o.-... ..f
,vill ever l,...ni In\q~ pinl A..'1!1 l^.^w ^ h l\-i.*^l inla lal.-ri' ;
mity of his existence.. He .-r' 3d. From Water street to any part of. the city
ial, kept aloof from political waT ,*11 beyond Byroad street, the sum of fifty cents.
devoted to the cause of Literatureiind *See. '5. And be it further ordained by the au-
nd the dissemination of ,-eneral iiteT thority afoesaid, 'that of anqI person driving a
11 meet with cordial support, an he horse and dray or cart, shall charge, or attempt
self to spare no pains to make it ior- to exact more tha -n the. rates laid down in sec. 4
id favor. 1,, of this ordinance, the owner, or owners thereof
ritinel" will be published on a lige shall be fined in a sum not exceeding ten dol-
ect, with new type, -weekly, on sich.' lars, at the discretion of the mayor, with forfei-
comport best with the con venieneof- ture of license, lo be collected and applied as pro-
-at four dollars a year in advanci, or vided for in see. I ofthis ordinance.
at the end of the year. See. 6. And be it further ordained, that all or-
ements will be inserted on the u1ual dinances conflicting with the provisions of this
:*ordinance be, and the same are hereby repealed.
number will be issued about the Irt of D. B-- WOOD, Mayor pro. temn.
and Post Masters and others, whi re- R. CROCKETT KERIZ, Clerk%
*rospectus, will oblige the subserber,
eir exertions in obtaining names, Iah-d AN ORDINANCE,
them, by the 20th October next, tolim%- _
Florida. B0 regulat usion, he would say to all his oldjM CTci of Apalachicola.
scribee to 11The Sentinlel," andre- S C. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
ant. KOWE3 Councilmen ofthe cty ofApalachicola in coun-

4| A TIERESjprime quality, for saleby
aprn!4 40 water street.

A -M CASES assorted PICKLES, half gall
Jars. '.0 -
925 Kegs Pickles, "
Ml'Dases Mushroom Catsup,
S' .i 10 o. ;Tomato do.
5 dQ. ]?rcsh Sardines,
,irelved, and for sale low for cash, by
* aprU-.J 51 Water street, Apalachicola,

TPHE Subscriber, in proposing the re-estab-
Slishment of the Southern Review, deems
it uinnecessary to refer to the history of thatwork,
which is already in the possession of the public,
or to dwell on the high estimation in which it
was held both at home and abroad, during the
Period of its continuance.' Suffice it to say, that
i its oreer, though brief, was, as all admit, bril-
liant-credltable to the South and to the whole
Ameriean Union. Its failure-the subject of
Universal regret, was owing, it is well known,
not to restitution of talent and public spirit,
bat arose, 1st, from its limited ctrculation, which
waa by no mans adequate to sustain a work of
such mgnitude, and 2nd, froin the political dif-
ferenees which agitated the country about the
Cme of its discontinuance, dividing the friends
S*. of Southern LiLerat' iM two 'reT parties,
and preventing that.h|| aour of opinion ard co-
., : operation in the discussion of Ifdla0'qhu.iofis
S. ..... 1 ......... -*" afpjoiero[Ose.l%; devote
to the canoe of the South and h" e -'hole Suih.
It is prper to consider, first, the utility ol
Reviews regarded as organs of the literary
spirit and opinions of the age, and secondly,
the importance and necessity of establishing
stch a work at the South, at the present time
.. Qn the first point, it is scarcely necessary to say
.. uch, in the present advanced stage of periodi-
c literature. Ably' conducted Reviews are the
SOffspring of a high state of civilization and are
the best evidence -now-a-days that can be fur
nished of intellectual advancement and the prev.
lence of a. pure and elevated philosophy. The
last half century has produced few authors of
1.Aeinenee either in Great Britain. or in Ame-
rica, in comparison with ihe half century tha
*' preceded it, and the reason probably is,-not tha
the re has been a want of genius, talent and schol-
arship, ini this confessedly intellectual age, bu
simply because distinguished scholars have found
a readier and a 'better organ th-rough which t(
act directly on 'the public mind in Reviews, thai
.through the medium of books-the old, more
tedious and more expensive -method.. If, there
fore, it Oie asked, what evidence is or can be fur
nished of the superior intelligence and progreg
of the present contury,-a progress of which wc
are so apt to boast,-the reply is, that it is to b,
found in the high character of the -.uarterb'
*Reviewsa-broad and at home.- Ifik-be affirmed
'- ,that we have no native literature in this country
and therefore no materials to furnish the ground
work for Reviews, the answer is, that our Re
view-- constitute our native literature, and that i
learning and scholarship are sought for, they ar,
to be found in our Reviews, which (herefor
Should be 'warmly and firmly' supported, as ta
sions and'our national character. Be-3.ides. n(
one cau..e, ilL ma be safely<'affirmed, has con
tributed so much to elicit talent, to awaken lit
., eraryt ambitions, and to produce the highest ora8e
of fine and powerful *riti.ng, as the establish
ment of Reviews, and many individuals hav
taeen stimulated to extraordinary efforts, and bee
subsequently known far and wide to fame, i
con4equr,,.:e of the oppr'tu.piie dhir.y have er
._ ov e d a _d p raf e d o f' ,o nn r ib 'irin s ,] ,:,.:e -- lr ,ill
---r 'r fno liewial and: ^ lhflv % i e-peci-bl
a character-hidividuls, wh,:,, :the.ie- in a
probability, ,rwold never have b.-r, rempied r
, test their sIrer*]on the literal'v aren-a with iuc
__ d tori as y Would be1itrelY..to meet their
p./..'h i r owBevipws is, to di-cu s 'ul
. ~ kl l "-o .yqo0.hlv, proj'oundly-in'site
via, ar the wholesoia
4M -wsWbeabod t.ad permanent hi

As a'Cithartic in FEVERS and all BILIOUS AFFECTIONS.
Tnisr, popular Pills being a combination of a newly discovered Alka~ie substance, ,
extracted from the TOM0ATO PLANT, with other vegetable substances which
lave been found to modify and diffuse its effects, are believed to be the best Alterative y,
ind Cathartic Medicine ever discovered. They have been abundantly and success- ;
fully tried, and have received universal approbation for Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Bilious Diseases, Gravel, Rheumatism, Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Catarrh, Nervous
Diseases, Acid Stomachs, Glandular Swellings of all kinds, Costiveness, Colic,
Headache, &c.
They are an antidote to Contagious and Epidemic diseases ; prevent the formation of
Bilious and Liver affections, Fever and Ague, &c., in those who reside in hot clifnates,
and low and marshy countries, and are the best Cathartic that can be used for, those'local-
ities. Seamen will find them an iNfajyjble remedy for the ScURvy ; and Travellers, the"
best medicine they can use to countwrwct the dangers of exposure in unheal1hy cli-
mates. For ordinary IFAMIL Y PHYSIC, they are universally approved, as the best
ever offered.
As a DIETETIC or DINNER Pill, one taketloalf an, hour after dinner, will
sufficiently stimulate the digestive powers of the stomach to a healthy and invi!twated
action, and they are found extremely serviceable for those who indulge in long dinners,'
or late suppers, or immoderately in desserts or fruit. ^
The peculiar virtues of the Tomato Plant, have f,>,r an Ingc tiine iat dI.;hi r(tea-. .....
tion of the Medical profession and the Publir r ,I ? J i'elnfer.-t Tina recently been /
directed to the future 0.-... M i -v,-" if irs active powers, and' its Antibilious and Altar- ,
alive aua .r*,-which the Proprietor is now happy in being able to.gratify-and pre- :
(tTiPilIs to the Public, with the full cofiden ee of their being the most safe. 'and"
valuable remedy ever discovered ;-adaptedh-o all cas_^ Prh -.e AM{;21aAia- A*.#A,4 -
:and when any of thejfnctions do not perform theIr NATURAL onF Ht..LTHY ACTION. ,fC'"-Or -AP-
'-^Bjteterous certificates, Of cures, from those who have taken telem, arid die testinony
o 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, isan additional evidence of their merits and usefulness. .
I In presenting this article to the public, the proprietor was influenced by the hope,
that a meYdicine prepared with much care, and strict regard to the Chenical
and Therapeutic properties of its several ingredients, should take the place of the
thousand and onei responsiblee nostrums of the day, with which the country is deluged
-and from theJ'iVor already bestowed Alpon it by physicians and others, he feels,
justified in -.r,'i,,u this result.
VF For a full acec ft of this interesting discovery, testimonials, mode. of operations, &c. see ,. a
pamphlets, which may bi-itil gratis of all who sell these Pills.
None are genuine wi*houlb the written signature ofG. R. PHELPS, M. D.Wole proprietor,
Hartford, Conn. .,.a
Orders for these Pills directed to the Proprietor, Harlford, Connecticut, (post paid,) or to
HOADLEY, PHELPS, & Co., Wholesale Druggists, 142 Water-street, New-York, (general
forwarding agents,) will l-, .r,., 3' attended to. "
Sold by authorized A.-e-tis 1111:,.? of the cities and towns in the United States.
33 N. B. As another and a-tvery different article, has recently been advertised under thebhead of
Tomato Pills," the public'will see tl-hnecessity of being particular to inquiry foif "PHELPS"
Compound Tomato Pills." Price 371 an P75 cents per box, *
C, E l i l A F I C so ,,
,r .- H .rr.T rO. D, Ju11 13') .ISN.
t e '. -enIt -t~| t~e (.1 h~alth,
This m ay certify, th t 1 hIlave 1_-.-.:n ('f-\ -- p-i, on.--s in 1 ve ry[ .. c e .- ,(,i .
w ith lo ss o f ap p e tit;?, p tl id i Ao h e h J , 11 I Bl? 1 ,.'t-;n1 -- ,., ,rl< s h:,,n acy i x ,:,l rln 2 ,
and head-ache; an.-I it-, aU ,ii- a l, it qin lU vre tli .,.:kz o1 Rl.' ,,.nitls! I lha
consulted several pi \.i,: ni.' a iird tal;e hit! r w ;flw ,ti a ion' iher 1 inq Hteqt niin ly
large qu. nties ofc,.!,'./ ..,. I.'l I w itioilJl H 1, reliel. I had it ten rd r oii tro oiher popular rent e-^
dies w which are r ,: u Ii .d t't ja ?h W plaint, Ca- B i:.iu r,'; ..' P Itl- & ,..) grid v \"iri_;.us, --
things which mn tiy -rJd. A..lvised, rl ti -, rhtolatti. y ieliel. A ftiend o(if rin e- rl-couniitded l .
D r P h e lp s"' T o m ,- -,.j, P ill ., \, x% ,. ,h I itr 4, r i!:1 ct th e a -ito n i,.h 1 ,,-t: oM ro y e ll a n .d fi ie nd s p r1-:d ic.2Ku
ed almost immediate relief, an adld bx has cipmFl-. 're1% i:re I.:\ed eiid e ofl'i-Iit. l .i^e coi11,lL inIi, nhd I"
I am now7able to attend to il abor and business. Dan 1h i? Ine Tme I u a4 fakiig ult
Pills ed large quanlti ls, from which I have suffered ntiLsiJf ihe tihe e f i tears,
b e not been troubled ^pem since. My daughter, \ wo ha- be-e f, l...i r.hr, timie af-
flB!rwith a violent cough, pain in the side, palpitation of the, heart, with y'r-ieraT d&bilii-,
ioss of appetite and strength, &c. has also been very much benefitted by the use ofrie box (--. f l'
Pills. They are the only medicine which has givn bi_7r ;')v relief, although slie has take-i, "
prescriptions of several physicians, and various oth,- r ,,irii-iiie4, during the la--r six niornihF.
-iSned) ,,- --, J."'DARLING.
3.i.I. K-1OPEE FALLS, Oct. -2'd, 1838.
DOCT. G. R. PHELPs-Dear Sir: Having heard much si,.l ot'lae it, favor of your Com, ":'*
pound Tomato Pills," I have been induced to gie i,.-.ii a Wial in a variety of di'eaL-... fur "
which they are recommended, and which have oc,:,,ii.-,:. i1, .iy tiIi-clic, rind ] musut say, that I ^
am better pleased with t.,:!ri 11 wn i .i v. I'.\v'c evi i I I have "iven thenr" as "
a Cathartic, in the Bilious V11.1.'tlo,*:' "1 at thi' sea^on ol ihe year, and alco ...
as an altern ative in L iv er rinii l c hf.-' ionQll i(, a nd hi h ihey h aive 'do nte ,.c-r.ie .jff "
bringing about regular aud healrhib fe|tni(dikine it \ich I ae ncquaifi'cd.
I have long believed the Tcnao i-alI ild Ai-Bilipu K rrie,'-iaa con-
diment-and in its use as:a inedicininl lr' I'ehe e-i. bl,.]2d." ff'd`-hem to1o,0 q-
se-_s iowerlrul Diurflic piopenie., alIH ;P[ e. t=c )heii ii, \vr,'.a-^ ol irr,.ev (orie ot '
t+>ii-h vei-, '>'""- T< b ,) wVilh decided go, eftiecls in boill-t lih h truilarv\ di-,:liarge^'eie in ..
creased tfront halt16-pint to1 wo gallui., withfiih fii t f ir -eight soti .ae.:, L I'. ljtuiejL
using the Pi Ui, dlthepalient is nqbw u-eanatbt'ahle health. ; _a
I have nov,' tit r\t o o) Xe',,,. i" Pi11 n ot, h ind, anct shail be L,:t v.-hen. thei t a .t-one ,- as I,-t
then, in alino-%.iall ca.e- \hi hece I want a cathartici. Re'I retlulllv Vour% '
J. F. JM VETT.". ..- .a
For ah h!e.:',1,:i;l a 1d retail by B. S. HAIVLEY, \': -AV; i.:i i,:-. Ap-.lprliif.lo
OF THE TALLkHASSEE STAR. ^0 amend c,, /d..-e Ah A .i. '
~USTOI has ecrabli--'kd the practice of nance Est,.ft/ <'-'i^ u. a pub,.'
C rendering a programme af principles, pro- /be Met -e in h 0,1,1- 1 A.pt.4,Polu./1Icola,"MPaeJ
fessions and terms, on the part -,i rose who 11., \i 1838.
wonld essay to cater for the public appetite in S;-pe. I B< it odoil-dby .1 t1. LIfyor and Co-r
the way of news, and who would seek the gui- cilw,., ,,t tte C,/U ot A.1;,, hichia it, Coucil -,
dance of public opinion through -the medium conpr.',,d. Th:.i ,'Pifbliet M.ike,' lot the s; of the press, as preliminary to their debut before Beet, Poik, MIVoCn, and other fresh meals;
such public-. Nor should such- a course be Fish, Vi,2eiablc., Buller, Ey,-, Po ltr,, and
deemed arrogant or obtrusive, but on the con- oth(rarni(le-s of Fie-h Prvi ,-iicns, shall be, and
trary, proper and apposite, and in every sense theainie hieih-,; i,, e,-.t, lidhd in Market Place,
due to the public wish and discretion. at the Mkle, Houtse, and it shall Elot be lawful
The rapid advancement of the present age, in to oel'er l'it oul eri v aiticle of fie, h provision in
all that belongs to political economy, the refine- any olhief place wvithin the limits of tihe.qaidcity
mert of literature, and the -cience of morals, ,e. 9. And be it furher ordained, Tht an
w h ilst it fu rn ish es a p ow erfu l a n d p lla tig i mn ",_ ,- 2 An d b e i t, bn i on" .i i
.. [- 1-s1/1_ Iti-in I.to submit[o, or otrelwice Vio-
ulant to m ental enterprise, at the sam e ntim e ad- ]J nt [,,11'e r p ,vi. ,-n .h: o i: ... .
m o n i s ne s b o t h w r i t e r a n d r e a d e r o f i h e ; c n, v i,,, 1 -I st, .- t e M a" -i o > -an v e o f i hn
... -; -- -- h ,.,, e the l%1aVVl Oranv (ne of the
importance of being well prepared as h-io un-0 e "d,,i "-tCo- ". be hlle" in a su -not ex
part and receive, those great T. in.Wi, ^rr h c eeh ino -.ent- d1lla, .-lor e "h d __ -L _-
sustain the free institutions of our country, and -.-.01 ... "-*. "o.
to tread lightly upon the sacred monuns oi lier-..! *-.' ;" -'. .~l t '"e ri "la ihc
ature, lest the rebukting, spirit o some departed : l~~ .' .- .J e "c "v r day n "hw e at
sch o la r, sh o u ld b la st o u r '" v i,il)m r,- a m b itio n ," ., ._) -;. .9 c l l e s l 9" c clc ek A .
and put to shame our ignorauce:; ,1L .' :l" .w. l e-F' d ht 4 o'cloek, P. M .
U p on th e con d u ctor of a p ress in F l.o,'i.]a i '^-- I-Y ':-^ .." n c l d .,,n a t
there would seem to devolve a two-fold respon :" ^I .. 1.. 1 1 = .i~ .-d .r n ld, s ha IIhe
.... .. ... ....rioy i' o nsi g :^A x i I(71L'\x:d tt'"" "' te M market at ihe lim efixe fr
per rince and rapidly _.i.-leirw vi-il. ;idvei.-.ihid l' l"" J'- t -"e
p.:,,:i,,,ti.., whose education and manners have )bei,-i:.l,. And! be it further coid,,'ned, That th.'
been est in a variety of ,i._i, :,]J, SO that, whilst' Mhl ,lor,"]] to th e eily shall! be. htns ,,p al ihe
one portion of the communityr jngay require- the li'., '"~i~ : _ id it -hall rbe the diul ol tbe
_Deii!,:- food v,. !,i,:.h nourishes to'l!,I aii,.l inetxlpe- Mlr-rrshall 10, rin"' ihe sanrie at the ope'lugn and
rie n c e ; .th e o th er fro m th e ir i t te l ..... c ,? a & ,1 c hl ,_i n" of t .,e ih M a e t.
wisdom, will demand the sui, ianialsuii'resarNia S-,:.5. AndI b.- i i'rther ordained "Tha "it
an~dreflection.. d',all no, be la~vftl fo,.anype,~.ntol~ioabnto-or
1t w ill then be the purpose of the .'st- 1 re ,,fle:r tlor 'ale &nv n vr,\,h ,, e ... o'" r v *"
labor for the general diffusion of knou~l.dige, si(,n<, any Ipuivinyij! or un,,old fleshb01 'rsh;
under the motto of wi-t[.,.m which] we tare a~n~t ;r,\ i,( -ori' i -- -,n esir, thi.s... se u..... p.
adopted, and which was ..mterert by .-l e -r'ezr hr~el cn ,,unictin h:l-)e the-..roin-..-bers
father of his C-otnlt\': and a.mun tlthi, ~oa col ('otn.-il),,: t( exceed tweniy dolla)fo^hr-,h
and -i t -\.:. h.rabl'] gr n, d Iis ce,,t]~ e n 111 i t n ],-v (ri c
tics, will be directed b\ l,)ineipl I-free n-om S,,-.. 6 .And be il further ordained Th-ot th,,
party bias, and as a natun'a cot sqi,-ue.;e ,tic Ivly ayoi bleauth,.i--rse -o ... or kas ou retalsq
iih.,J perienu in o i the m a iket house a l public onlc iv o n te l <'
_The near a[pr,-,xii-,atj..n ot" ihe Teiri.oiy to 01- N,,vciober rol-evciyear,r.or vs wo.)) the^e
haer at~p.,,,,pnri e pla,.. c _nu ':nn t ihe States ol the ai'n., a. thc tptdlht c,,ve-niencema\, requi e for
XTni,-,n, ,i,.nit, deep anri. niiiver--a;l inteiest in- her [lhp telin (.1' one year -lj ic u

welfare, and is iiu,..usg-upon the t iifce of S64.7. And be it f iber ordained That th
pOP l '. .L< in l d wark.' e t f otis o s hall
prin,iple-, which must- ubinint, iv 0ii,,,,uwn ha ve no i i'hI hi, leaizjeor }hire out the le. M e, or
in i.o b.,b .'..:,d 1 d.n ,.I gin l ii e .p a i 1,, p o lh ,, n y pa r t Jd e ie o f io a _, he r F"r n o r e rnn ,
In the pi e t; r ,?ur ,, t -"atRfii, cqth r. c w, U bl,-r s ,-n, 8. A ., -e it. 1i: r ,- d; r -'i' -.
o f th e S a r S W iw d -. r n i t p n d t n to n w a i r h-e wr n i t a il o > r ) r e t i- ," :r h o s el- Ya
is s ,e 7, N >) l %rll o, i h a s n u b e e n ,nd en e r e o h i y b h r p er^ n o n r q^ f eth er th -
h.. mi lo. ,, ._l di, _io lv Pd, pli 'l co '- ; r le lrh r e, be t,'e r,-t- be W e-. t.
t ne.l ,-II 1 ;.dvo,,-atina' and .U--,iWZrin the w Ke t hll e 1 ,o of' ih, r'il' ..... (1 %*.i be Ibrle ltdtO
e'ablit"h,'.d ,,id xb,,lldh e in ii-.ti,:(i., ol= the eo. .. .. And be it "nrher ordained That an
c0ouiintry, aiid vivnr to give i.iAh edtieclion Et,-, tall r pit ihe -f in said md rk "h t,
ro w th p,-,,thr will,no,,. or., note and uphold vacated beb t hr e p.... n of:M..... ...
>ln R.putli,.rn p,,rin,:.iles ofMe ontidera,-'.. ,he ;ane may, by- .. horii. ,of the Mayor. Uiae
It-, D--'l!,.n m le,.vtnereIf o[ a toi-nd pi tnl-plel ad- again rented or aipqEd on- fo r the W 1; a-c,.t f t
van,:ed by o:ne whose wid,,m wan at e!,aq Wi ded te ..i n oe ance oflhe
by in piration ; 10it) O: The very idea--f the Sec 10. And be- i- furth e-rordaie, T "a t .
po w. er and l,e id h! of, the people to e vabh ,h Qa q,-,A 4 lle ,id s bl]l 4 -"-11 kee p the a w e i
g veinrneint. resupposes- the. dt.y of e e\', in- ,, ,,,-,,, c.i. i EndI cle-ir ,. ofa t-l h or a ,
an idun..lw w h e hieabl hed,. vernmenNr 1 da ur_, kirid / ^liae-, I,. wlf"i1dbe ]ikel, .h-,
and viewing our g .eneral -ove thnmewtlT ., p tow- nrfi-,di. e pn ilnrzea ni t'.i-' t "e .-lo-ilt
"ariv the, parent and protector of lihifantin:-, I,- d-i,,,,benj ^ -ed L.y; e,.it enbao
Ter tor~y, the ],)'_-sen: ,,] i;(~nn trati-,,, u esup.- 1h,,il ne fned in r, a >, n,, ex.,e~din 'lweitydo '
ported -in the lea.ldirg talures f-. iiq nera l-,I n ,i c. R h ,-lE e .ery a-f e -"
p hl, v. v.lhlle ever Ilal r ,p l! \y squ .res i ,ei- ns .. S ec R a ._ ;. .. .
at,.: 'ac i,,n b the -nnsti n t~ior, r,f the C r,1,ntr-v.I :- .- .. ,' ''w cer o. p "t oa -s 4it
T he colu n, t n of he S t ot.'"" v.ill r ,,n m i r ,an V t t,,., r, e .il v t rt, Y c tar t, ell, to v ;,it
appropriate qtaniu tn of li-etar. -j nd m i .->-lrr- ".,:' : .- .i the r-i a nd "a d enlbrce
eous matter ; nor xill n hie "1 P,,ets (',,irer" be ,f,,""te )e. ri'ls and regulations of ibe
Iniklebe ;-rid b-, blrj,n~, b,,retIIeMNfirty~o oeo
neglected : L iiera u re. } .in g r,-ta ,,rl a n,-,mr ,,- tIQ In '," l- ; -e-, 'r<:,r or ne of
nent part o r ev-erv free ,overrtnier ut, [ [-.,)n r"r .- -.i 'i '-" -i l ".o y tc'raov n op r persb ,rs
one of its mosi beanu lrl npersiiuctu)'e Bt t .. p L-cc ited re u--
though Science andJ Litei;iture m y ",,br!l,. h.... ri
the Corinihian Capital, and Com'ierce "irn) the Se se,?. 11 And t1- it further oidained, Tha t,)]
ArtN polish i[< q litterin vr s Ypire A V r' t A -ir )linr. oidinpnren c,:.toictin". wiih lheproi--ic.ns oftri s
lies at the. fASu. .it-n cof Ttat c:o.utnoo on whic- -,r lunan ?, .nd tihe .anere "h.e..ereby repea, ..
-,wielt is based and viewed in this interestin_ Passed 2Sith .t., nnarv,, liA9.
arndl imporant ti'sht, will receive that aiteniion L. S. C'HITTENDEN, Mayor-
h 'vh h irs m eri!?eA r i,. 'a, J B .W E B B C K sr,r r "J.- I -.


IX Mz.U6- afli r apply to the
Hownoable the Jud County Court
of Frallklin County to be released froit the Ex-
ecutorshlp of the tsLate of Eliuti Lathrop de-
ceased. P: GOLDSTEIN.
April 20, 1839. apr24 1

Morbid Secretions of the LIVER and STOMACH,
ALS9 _A.-T--

K PIECES Kentucky Bagging, and 1(0
1 ilso 150 Coils Bale Rope, I Q
Fust received from New Orleans, for sale on ]
accommodating terms, by apr24 1
myl 2 43 water street. ARS.-
0 low to (
PROSPECTUS tity of well r
apr'4 1
tN proposing to establish, in the city of NEw
ORLEANS, ;a new paper under the above title, A.w*%
ve are encouraged by the glowing and magnifi- ,,C-,S i "
ent prospects which seem to hover around this sales, by
mighty Emporium of the West, pointing its des- mayl 2
iniestQa summit of commercial grandeur, to
vhich no other city in the world can ever expect 0
LNeach. Nor are these prospects confined alone BB
Lo:e ;O4 leans. When we take into view the B0 10oc
numerous widespread, and exteiid&Rarms of the ol
toble Mississippi, winding themselves -through 5 Half Pipes
n extent of country so immensely vast; embra-. For sale b,
ring the most fertile and productive region pcr-
raps in the known world; with a climate and r. ayl I
scenery as delightful as nature could form them;
and a population of hardy, industrious freemen,
increasing with every hour of the day, we do "OF T
not hesitate in declaring our opinion, that the Hj-iE St,
West is destined, at an early day, to be one of the T. te S ol
finest, the noblest sections of country on the face issue propose;
of the globe r and that New Orleans, as a corn- above titltle i
mercial city, may, at no very distant-period, -the Arts ar
claim the _proud appellation of Mistress of the and the "if^u
World. Agricultural
With such a field, then, as is spread before us, ....
we cannot but feel conscious of our success in sect or polii
he-bmportant labors which we are about to un- such measu.
(ertake. Located, as we shall be, at the general ments as in
xntrc of the almost entire commercial business e He
,, ,, ,s large. He
of the Great West," and designing that our pa- e..
S 0.wnilst ne w:
per shall embrace all intelligence of importance, n party strif
of the United Statesand of Foreign Govern- n respectt.
meats, it will be found especially interesting and .Th^ .-in
useful to every class of our fellow citizens thro'- mnitv hav
out Ihe Western country. ,t, usS,,O,,
The Great Western" will be devoted mainly again the 1'
o Commerce. will supoort the interests, of A--ri- 1.7f,1 .
*tilittre, and wi l take i s po itical position and es h
plant its standard'upon the broad parapet of De- pl.e.gsin hp
:nocracy; it will also extend its notice to the in- d _
terests of Mechanics, and to City News, &c. ...a sere
Commerce-The larger portion of this paper .th t ..
will be strictly commerwal. All intelligence of .o..nion,
importance of this character, both domestic and Miorenp Y'
lge ce, w ill1
foreign, will be summed up at as early a moment pledgs him!
as possible, so as to afford our mercantile patrons ... ...
every descriplion of news which they can desire, th,,f -
under this head. 1. The Ser
Agriculture--While every other branch of and fair-a
industry in the United States is receiving fresh h.as mayr i
.his patrons-
and encouraging impulses for perseverance, this, five -lla.r.,"
most important of all, seems to flag behind the Advertise
general march of improvement and prosperity; _em
and, instead of being .placed at the head ol our Te.h frst
general national policy, and receiving that los- Novemn
~ fos N .ovember;;
tering care and protection to which it is so pre- cp..p th.. pi
eminently entitled, is left to grope its way, sim- b using h
ply by dint of that perseverance and unwearied for ardingnI
industry so characteristic of our hardy country- at Qu i "y
men <,,ulncy, t
men. In conclt
It will be our especial care to sustain the inte- fri n os
resis of this class of our fellow citizens. ceive our th
Politics-This department of our paper is one
in which every class of our citizens is interested.
Under this head we shall give the general polit-
ical intelligence of the whole country; while we, 1
as the conductors of a public journal, are deter- A .
mined, without fear, favor, or affection, to sup- A semi-mon
port, with all our zeal, such measures of policy ature, Mi
as alone will tend, in our opinion, to the promo- Engravini
tion of our general prosperity as a peop-e, the Publishec
perpetuation of our liberties, and our beloved The suc(
Union.. publication,
This paper, therefore, will be purely Demo- has been ex
cratic in its principles; having for-its object the the published
diffusion of equal rights, equal blessings, and 'o render th
equal burthens, thereby promoting the general age Of a so
happiness of the people; and to this end will all rangements
.our energies be directed, secured the
With rei Eard te the great questions of policy respondents
which are ,_-,W agitating the people of the Unit- to be able t
ed States, respecting the currency, we unhesita dntirely ori
tingly declare our entire preference of the Inde- ern in chari
pendent Treasury System, from our belief of its promises wl
strict constitutionality, and, in its tendency, better form, yet hi
"aIlt'ula'l ,..0 ),,,o,,note the general prosperity of enables hint
n1l eli-.,es. han any other which mn our view, him by thei
-a '. -, dertakin -,
XW e are -,triti ,.-,-._nrn.?t;i;rt of the Federal -,he past, the
C.o'r ,s;) i..ti.ll and -,hall al,.v-i, y, i .....- second vohe
.plerndid colt en. es, or -A rneri.-in i,,,i.oreI. ,'0o v i-
popoly, which have everi-harari ,eTfi ihte he ,:,li>v on tI,,.: II t-
Ofthe" FedeTal opposition,tlfcogii iinz. ii,:,l)lie-d in arranged
initerprelia'ion, ofthal in-st'mnent, end b.-lievin,- and will- be
I.hai t he '_iENERAL "FApRE' of'-:vet ",po --uniform au
t)atfQ aide-slaead co pderacv, dpep4ii,,i o, be made mn
fidgrict adierencetoits plamn and. s,trai ,-"hlo iiwid The ens
meaning, we izhall ii,- b- -p~nir, z in t.'l l :spsi- neatly prir
.Jtioiyaid doentcinti, ons ot'thosa daring attempts quarterly,
w1,i.1h have all are now being made by the viewsofso
,etldle"s aind a-pFiring leaders of theFederal Par- TEBMs.-
t\I-, I i.eIa .ttider this glorious Charter of our form, on g<
ri:htu and liberies, and rear upon its ruins a sued every
'splendid atii-'i:,,: ra'cy of wealth and power, vance, or
El-n~eitl\ ad',^0,:atins, therefore, as we shall ume conta:
always' do," thece .ereat and furmidji[T-nal princi- pgs n
ples. by a -'h'ton-- aud pan ioli:..ilc*.l lin! 101 the ris.hrs ariri lib,!iii :.''f ininlind, we tainedi'n 2.
-.hall, in all c.i--.-;, give ou~r support, for publicof- To Club,
fi'pe, ,0 -,t,-h-l rni: 1 as we 'are assured shall have closed to tt
thie patrfi..iiir, talents, fir'mness and disposition to Mirror Wil
siustain and ,:at tie~s out those principles success- A liberal
1'i.il\'. With nil our zeal and ability, therefore,
we, shall advc,,.iate the re-election of Martin Van
Buren, t'.,r tihe nexf Presidenfial':term, with the
tfulIle, o-,n fi.lenee in hisyexalted talents, integrity IrB 0 ens
and pitriotihm, convinced that upon his success -"Llnhabi
,tepends in a \-,.-ry~great measure, the firm and .the city of
!a,riui2 e~tabli' of" o:ur reovhtnion,'so admirably acted upoon by Councilmne
WVa-.'hingioii, Jefferson, Madison, and Jlacksorn, cil convent
And 5'.,r- ne second office in the gift of tha, Ame- this ordina
,lean |ie,;.i.,le, we *shall as cordially give our sup- thorized, a
per) to the H,:,. John Forsyth, now Secretary of; White male
State. and 50 yea
In annojir, cing our preference of these talent- its of the c:
ed, patric,!ic .Ion^o-I)'ie.t 'rtd approved, staitesmen, Sec. 3.
lor tlre higher ofli,.;-is tn the government, we feel persons wl
a slo~vin?' c.:.rnfide;ntce in the almost ttiim,-,m.-'i said, shall

approval of!, ottr tallow citizens of the West, with the manne:
an abiding belief that they 'will rally round the most advis
standard ihits raised, ,proudly unfuiling to the shall be sui
breeze the name- of thesedi stinguished individ, regularly E
uals. -.. vided alwa
M',ch.raics-Under this head that large and re- form pal ro
spectable portion of our fellow citizens, among any person
whom we have the honor of classing ourselves, for the per
shall have a hearing. WVe invite them to the use Sec: 3. I
of onr colmnns. Their rights and interests must be the duty
be ~-i.istained. person froi
Domestic and Foreign Intelligence-Mder to be their
these dili'erent headsr will be fi;,nnd all important tyto,:lirect
general intelligence, both at home and abroad, order durii
City News-Thjs head will ernbriaee all mat- suchcomh
terms and occurrence, bftimntre-4, orevery charac- q ited, on
ter, relating to or transpiring within the city. lect ofd,.ti
We shall reserve a large portion of our paper to the Ma'
for Advertisinf Patrons both of the citv nnd ,,l'e,,der .l
country; and as we anticipate a nrtmerous sub- twenvy dol
,zcri.ibn list and a wide-spead circulation, it collected b
will be to the interest of adverlisors to appear in Treasurer.
,.,ttr coltunns. See. 4. j
It is contemplated for this paper to be publish- patrol h:il
ed dfriHit, smi-w,:fltih and ireokhv, on the following ringing of
T 'E RM1-" patralthe,
For the daily prper $1S per annum, deem nece!
semi-veeklY paper 8 into, and e.
weekly 5 i within the
Sbs:riptions to be paid, in all-'cases, in ad- ally ne tp
vance, or satisfactory city reference e'iven, 01 the n.nch times
guarantee of the Postmaster; at the otlce to creation, sh
which ihe pi-pe)r is ordered, for its payment, rIl vlave;
Ad,'r/-,;r 1i,*.*;/ will be inserted, con4spicttoudsl, meet In th
at their i i-al ,N,. rates.; Those sent from a dis- .cept their (
:nnee metti be paid-for in advance, or satisfacto- ten pass fr<
ry citc refereniceegiven. of such pei
C(i-tv ?tib;,-.iiber- will leave their order; at the be further
Post Offic.e, %%ith thename ofthe ireot and ntmt- slave or fr,
ber of their' -residence; and those at a distance rested, by',
will direct theirs to the Editor, post paid, atlNewve not exceed
Orleans. g- See. 5. 1
AI! Ict'er- on bwiheis corinnerted with the pa- be thi. ,dwv
pers, must be paid, or, they. will in no instance be atii ho, iz,: l
taken fr--,n the office. disorderly,
The publication ofth'c paper will b,.- comrrnen whom-the3
ced some time in the month of October next-it their duties
there isa ;ufficieni, roinrbet of -ibscribers atthat Mayor on
time to j'litly it. OCit-'" friend-; therefore will according;
please send in I heir names and subscription SeC. 6.zrce
lists- in time. ordinances
Sjj Editors tihrotuLhrott .the United States are ordinance 1
rpipecifilly requested to vive this prospectus a Passed 3
f::.w in-,rti'n5. EDI\rARD DELONY.
N w: C :11: ;-.n- J-.T iar'.-, 1839, R ~aw:

;A" T

cil convened, That from and after the passage
.f. t!,ii ,:.,din-anc, it hall not be6 lawful for


OP THE aiiv ,el % -,..1 or persons, to keep in any store,
T TGUSTA MIRRORV '1wiehi.,i)v, dwelling or outhouse, nor on any
-,, ". ----'.- "' pi ik ale -:.t, public street or square, w within the
nthly journal devoted to Polii.Lrer of this corporation, [tecept in the
usic, &c., embellished with tpietlid piod,:, ..-.usc] at any one time any quantity of
.ps, and enveloped in Printed e_ ,-,--.. pi",,er exceeding twenty-five pounds, and
I by WILLIAM T. THOMPSON. i,tih-1 .-,taI[ be in two or more tin or other can-
eess which has attended the abo.r.& nisters, separated and apart from each other.
and the very liberal patronag,-1 whI.Ii. h -. 2 Anfl be it further ordained, That it
tended to the first volume, has ii nd rut,1i.b n,.t be lawful for any-vessel, barque or
ex to make every effort in his pow-er w:;i;:i iaft of any other description whatever,
e work still more worthy the patron- with l-un powder on board, to ray along side of
uthern public. With this view, ar- any Ix hart'within the jurisdiction of this corpo-
have been made, by which he l144 raiir,, any length of time exceeding twelve
assistance of a numerous list of et'- h..1, provided always that such vessel, barque
with whose co-operation he h,,-es or water craft, of any description, shall be en-
o render the second volume almost titled to the same privilege as is allowed tostores,
ginal in its contents, as well as ,ontth- waiehoull, &c. as in section 1st of this ordi-
acter. W while hew would avoid mina1irq uan >_e. -
hich he might lack the tbtlitv to per-- Sec. 3. tAnd be it further ordained by the au-
is confidence in his present i e u ,urce, ihthorirV aforesaid, That all gun powder [except
n to assure those who have encouraged such 'quantity as is pro\ ide.1 for in sec. 1, of this
r patronage in the infamcy of his un- brdin:,n ,:_'-] .-hall be tak@Q or .*-en t,., the owneror
that if the" 'haive be,,n Faified with eon-irnee thete,_o tih- p,,wdei house in this
e,, '.vi!l [o "ail to b,' pleased wiih trt ci- .- %
U!1,:1...I th,- M i.?.,. -Ni !Roc 4 An,1 be it further ordained, Thpt it
"All] ;V..l1 t;ll tV'_' 11V hK,:. -,-. -:'-:11 .1 ...l l-< ,:r-nT -,zl-rrr-feep the
-M a, ,4t- b_,r-,n,,,:i,,ly ir ;;,t,-,Q-. ,^ eys r"t[IhT- 'der' h,,-uvc, to peionallv
,(K-ut and ily,,raphinal ap-,p,:'r takeiarge,, 'l ore and a-,in deliver by'
e printed .,n pa er :,t an ex,.',:'len-, r,,d^ l',,-, ih-.; ,,r con-i1-nee, all powder
a .,- f i -2 :_h i- : ,"ai':han .| t l p ai, po lt .tt11e rc -de' the ptiovbions
1he fa), ct 'h, \'-.:.i ;: o" th" ,idiiancee' "
vI~li w,11 I r; in ..l..d- s.-_ ,, e '. ..- ,- .." And be it further ordained, That for
nel.d cc:,v. ei, 1i wil v L..O ,L.-irb *I.I .1 r-, i ni, d c-Td e -,- l.:"z,packageorpackages, ofpow-
with splendid qaarto l1, ,],-v-p[ i: der.,-nt to the powder house, it shall and may be
utheen scenery, buildings, &c. -. lawful to charge the sum of one cent per pound up-
-The Mirror is printed in royal quarto on each and every pound received at, stored in, and
xod paper and on fair type, and is is- delivered from said powder house, to be collected
other Saturday evening, at $3 in d by the aforesaid city marshal, one half for the
$4 at the end of the year. Each v,'.- benefitof the marshal and one half for the use
ins 26 numbers or W08 roval %.j ui,', of the city.
-uding 26 favorite pieces of Music. t- Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That it
her for the pianoforte or guitar;. c,.- shall be the duty of the city marshal to keep a
all more reading matter than is con- record of all powder stored, and if the same
,006 duodecio pages.'. --: shall not have been claimed previous to the ex-
5s.-For a current Ten Dollar bill, en- piration oAf twelve months from the time stored,
ne editor, post paid, four copies of the he may and is hereby authorised to sAl the same
.1 be sent. at public outcry after having given ten days
I per centage allowed to agents. previous notice.
Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That any
AN ORDINANCE,. person or persons refusing submission to, or
uioe the security and tranquility of i therwise violating any provision of this ordi-
itants, and the safety of propert-y1 i. nance, shall on conviction before the mayor be
Apalachicola .-- nemd in a sumnot less than- one luuniteddolars,
Be it ordained by the Mayor .i.d nor exceeding two hundred dollars for each and
nof.the.cityofApalachicolii.-.11D every offence; one half to be paid to the prose-
Ld, that from and after the .;7 Q .. cutor and one nalf tow'the city treasurer for the
nce, the M -n-I' il -i,>i the city is 'use ofhe city. t -
and shall make a list or roll of all if--. Sec. 8. And be it further ordained, That-all
. inhabitants, between the ase~ .,f 1 -ordinances conflicting with the provision of this
trs.residing, within the .11 n, "i.- i, ordinance be and the same are hereby repealed,
ty. .. Passed Feb. 4. D. B. WOOD,
And be it further ordained, that the R.. c KERR, Clerk. Mayor pro tem.
hose names shai* be enrolled ", -, ..r ....C.....

resstion' upoflhe general ch"6 *& g pl.M
onewaro, their object is to d ift, elnio-leige,.
not t6 faster pre.udices-facreaie, direct and con-
ttl6-.-not'to" echo-op~lons-to produce benefit in'i
charges .pion-a Ipr e seae-pot to perpe. IIare, or
S -1' .- ldtv. eysti -z ab e.--.--fr ii ,,i,,.t:..
'- therefore, that W ntt,, AKf hji hanc, or A .nert,:an
literature, a spirit of indulgence ha,; b,-u t'it
%and extended t'the faults of our Ireohrei pei,.,ii-
c,'which arq rapidly issued frn,-m the I, and
-lhhave served as vehicles ,fe'n t;,r the at-
ehapts of the'mere literary debntamrt, Qnarterly
Review3'J hatinz higher aims, to accomplish, a d
intending to represent Ad embn:,dv, in the most
... powerful and attractive Corm, the opinions only
of the most enlihtened Mind&, should be con-
-.. dacted- with a scrupulous regard to [he rpre,'t
rnmciples of taste, and to the elevati-,n and ad-
,. vancemenfof oar literary and rnitional charac-
ter.. "
^.: ,,- ET- respect to the importance and necessity of
....:.. .; tablishing such a work- at the S..-,uth at the pre-
*sent time here-can be little doubt m i~the iiiinds
' o ..otq di'scerning and public cpih'ired citizens.
L. ' Wtmast have such a work, or Call behind the
. '..'i y.-pEri_ of t(be age, which is otfa pre-eiminenily in-
.' ... 'flus1Rte and enterprising character, and' the
r... *.: "S. Suth uld have .such a work, nor onl, t rm,
' "t- '. motives of literary pride and emulation, ih order
L. "-.., ... .. ifeerkpaee with the respectable advances of the
.r ._,'**.iqebrwide; -inteUient, and thTinz seciic'ns of
:,.,p, -':.' A MPe. -nithn'republic, but al-, because the
S- : '*" .ha ;ptethcpresentperiodespeialljl, certain
)ST"T ... *'" ^fadmging interests of its own 1o" prornoze,
" .is*'.'_" ,Whlpn l3rrost effectually subserved through
: ," .% ts entahty -of such a periodical. It
'l jj. '%. t zteaevsarv to raise .the war cry against
iE^ i,'pprlti"'aof the Union who .may feel dis-
**^y f^" *' t0s 'y often dorto differ from sur in their
^^^''^e16^-^ O icultnir^'al. commercial and po-
.. -41 al interts, obut it is important, highly h so, that
S'.-;i ^, : mantainldtahe owr southern position firmly in
S,'." ."" ".; '.tia i its o tigtitude of our nt tional affairs; un-
. .' '-:'_\ iahtrrpirit,.hoald be clearly known and h u nder-
'- T '*.;- 'sdi ba! el'at home and abroad ; ilia( we should
V! .. tradtoa hefed otiorselves and our tete liuitiona;
1-^^ .- *Jto-aU covert or open assaults; that we should
y.'-,-, ^-falintain the principles of the Federal Constitu-
^..,"' ;tion. JA its original intention, with a firm and uin-
"' io ~kl eletd. literatlare bv all the inducements
j-.-,. t~ai oan b~e held out to-stin ulate the amubiion and
'/" .:; pridce of an Intelligent and chivalric people.
*y-^, ;' ; Proposit ion'% have Been jftefiently made here-
4' V tcfor f~r t ieAtall .oT'le Sourhe)n Review,
w'hich-u iiately have notbeen crowned with
ii .--y ....*... 4.%"fo.ess that was hoped or anticipated for
"* them.: .D1 "erent causes have been assigried for
L., te failare of these projects, but the leading one
t. .:' andOuabedlv i,, the neglectini to avai| oit,'delve(
.- ... vf a very favorable state of thle ptiblictfeelin- b\
*': ^ loll-pwin'g up welt digested plans with vi~or'o '
.... max ooqcertld action. We have sit still- o-lded
L; o'r irhands and eloied our eves, aad then have
C. :.Ampained of universal ap'athv, Ii iz believed,
i that at ihe present'moment, a very deep, general
; and earnest desire pervades he S,:,itherh coM-
.. m ni'v, o)I, at any" rate, the mno)1 infl- .ntijal por-
;. [ '.ion of i:, to re-e.;tblish arnd place on a perma-
--" rent foutndtation, a Qiiarterl, Review of' he
"hifhe'i older, Ir the subic;rib.r can en'list thii.
t" tLreliia ii, his b:'lhalf, he will have rei-,m I,:. an-
,'" J ticipaterthe most flattering Lie,?e -(.[h-i wise, lie
it.a'ws that his eflbrts will lie v:,in.
.' \ Ir'isprop)s-d that e- t -npla>-td work shall contain at h aqt to hundred
, \ aud fiftty o:tavo pac es .-of ,,riqinal tialter, prim ted
\ irt the best style of the American preRs. Tweii-
\ t;,-rive. hundred or three thousand sFtbct ibers iat
\ five dollars-aonntally, the mrn r\' beinZ paid,
; woltd \,ulad an amou'nt sufficient t)o entablisb the
work, and afford a hands,_,me reninerition r,)
\ vrjters for literary labor. A ItronL appeal is
: \ iimade ro the plblihc'pirited citizens of the South,
\a,,l al.o ,ofth. \Veit and Soulh-west, already ,
it.\ uited Io us by .v'roncr ties-in a commercial aunt
-^-aricuhlural point of view-in b-half of th, pro-
V-e.',dwork. DANIEL K. WHITAKER.
'~^ ^^ \ I oll S,,-1 'q ( *? <: "'il l l ::
- . ^ -, .' *

be divided into divisions ot fivr, In
r in which the marshal shall ,-.:nsidl,
sable for the public good, each -:,.l hi,;h
bject to perform patrol duty, by tis-h',
and successively in their tunii. 1Pe..
ays,' that any person so liabl., t,:, pei-
l -dtury, may employ as a ;tiibstimfr,
a who has the (|ir:lificaririns rice.-'rvr
formance of this duty. '.
And be it further ,:,idained'. ihat it shall
y of the marshal I,-, -ipp,:itir a ,i-.i:rwet
m among the nmiib,- ,,t each |arrigl,
commander, wl,, ., oll have ativiovj-
thei rpsoceedin_'z, a iidi?..,m naud, ",id
ng their term ol( service'?; all.l evef-
nander is- hereby eVl),)wiw,,,I :ni _e-
eveiv defn ilr, ,',-i ,b-?h^,vi.ln ;.r' ff -
y, ofariv parI,.,IInnnI )oi i port thes a-in e
'or, w-ho sill indtiet a fine upon sitt.h
not less than five, nor W;:.ie- the-*n
lars, with cosrt, which tine -hall all
V yhe rMarshal and paid ovi'e. to &e
And be it further <,rdante.3, Thai:':-
1, on its night of dy, n.eez at _e
the city bell, a. q 1 :,'c) o.:k, alitd JhIll
streets no long as its eominar, dei sh H
ssary, and shall be attthori;ed i,,'.,)
examine, all kitchen and okitlhiije"
jurisdiction of tis c.:,rpora iion, ttu-
ied by negroes, or persons of colornat
, and as often as they, in their As:
all see fit, and may and shall are-ct
or persons of color, whom they s;Wl
e sireers,-kitchen or ouih.:ues (ex-
ownplacotf Iodzinn, u-ilhou a W rit-
om the owner, .,iadi'in or ernplovcr,
ron or per.sone, id snid patrol sthll
r authorized to ,.-,o)ect every stach
ee-person of color, who ;hall be 4r-
'Whipping' with a switch or law hide,
linz tve{Itv lashe;.
Andbe it further ordained, Ihat it shvl
' ,of said part,:i,!,ind thel, are hertib-
to arrest, and pr,,perl, confine, all
t ioi.itot. or drunk,-n white p,.sis
y ma\y meet i hile ini 1h.: di'-,iar.:r.:,o
*', who ,hall be1 bi.-e,,nshbefiore ,ie
the sncceedin.y da\" to be dealt Ith
Ifl 1--w. ,f
AIM be ir further r'rdained, that-illf
:-:onflic:in witrh the provi.i,-is fW ?
b', and the samne aii-ebreb\v tepeA~d.
O91h Janrtarv. !W3. .
L. S '-HITTENDCN .-N :.:.A
' F r 7 T I C -' F


MO amhend an ordinance entitled An ordi-
nance regulating the fees, &6. of Harbor-
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Coun-
-cilmen of the city of Aplala-.. ..ii-ih:]. That from
and after the passage of this ordinance the fol-
lowing fees shall be allowed to the Harbor master
of the port of Apalachicola, to wit:
F'-) ,.ach 'and every a i ival of a ship, barque,
biI--. i.-,hooner or sloop over 200 tons bii'r],.iI,
,lIu1 Fill a half cents, per. ton-under 200 tons
b irl' ":IN--r. w'o Ir. -i lI;". I' hI..
Fo:,!' earh and every at rival ofa ,eanib:-at.
.,Ile dollar an,1 tiny\ cents.
Fo)r each 1'nd Everv arri-.-al of a barge, cot-
t,.,fT-b-\,-,ta-t 91 "A, ,o: e.d.jlla)I
For each asld every esrcl emtployed in [iir,.-
erin2 in said hrib ,. i'ei min-,,h, two dollars.-
Se,:. 2 AnAd bb it litiiher ordained, That ves-
'els loading at 0he wharves, by order from the
harboi master -zhall give place'to a vessel to dis-
,i har'.e. *
See. 3. And be it further ordained, That all
ve,:-I.lk within the jt~iisdi,:ri,,ni of this corpora-
%,.,n, 'hl a.cock-bill their lower yards, rig in
i'eir jib-h.:..,r,~, and have their anchors inboard,
w%!ile lying at the wharves. ,
S,.- 4: And be it further resolved, That all
-,es'els steawboats, &c. not actually engaged in
reciving o. di- na'i ni 1at-,,, *hIall give an op-
portunity lo otilers to ,li,.:haige ,, take in cargo.
fla: 5. And be it further resolved, Thato- all
vesels lying at anchor wirhea ten jot iedirtvi..n 1'
dioll a:rporation shall beei onde olie h ae f anti
-ibjecr. to the instructions of the harbor master.
See 'And be it further resolved, That if
anyv i oirander of a vessel, -,Ica imnbo n, b-ii, hr
ihe, violate ni,-n of the foienagoing regulations, Ix
mhreby r., pii'eed bP a iede n..t exceeding fifty
dollars, for ea,,h and every otfence, one half for
the Ilse ofT the ciTY, and h DN th Mar half for the use
of the ro. plainani; and !he iar'hal is hereby
emIIpo we red to collect such fine, eir he r b) I e iy on
property, or through anv 1 tiwdine of the peace in
8.. And be it further es.lved,. Thai all
*n'linanec7 sor parts of ordinanes conflicling wviih
the provi-i ,ns of this ordipannre, be. and ihey ate
hereb, rep-dled Pas-;ed Jnn. *iQ1.i
R. C. KrCHR, Clerk.-

TMWO negro 11el1ows during, the summer.
Arr';-at this r, i : .,. am234 I