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PROFESS ,`fNAL CARDS.
Wai-a, Si, ey Green, in'.. D.
R .g. -,.'* .-^- ^ this opportun-tI of expres-
D s si I q his L-: ',, I, to his patrons; and tO assure
t[h-ili r'.1, it Sh' -- -1 his c(on-_tult endeavor to ren-
-der hinLself more ..it'.dl in his profe.sion, -
Office'on Centre, near Water street. dec25
.. A Card. :'* :. *
D OCT. S. W. SPENCER has removed his
.' -office to the flaltzell Buildings, second floor,
6ver the store of N. mtler a Co. ?-!trance from
Chestnut street. :His residence is o, Live Oak
street, fInrtcl tlie rI-.iClence of Chitr'?s RoJers,
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*Dr Finchi... "',
SURGEON DENTrST. \,r -
WV ILL return to Apalachicola, about ithe 6th
T .Vinst., and resume the practice of hc:i:rofes-
Sion. Hle r, ,u-11 1,is th.f.iki to the, publ, fi)r the
very liberal .. ..e has heretnhr re-
S ; atriz o ,a '-'" Riv4
'jaisles? F 'liatelriol,) '
i0RT W11A\IZDEN AND NOTARY PUBVC,
Apalachicola, Fla. "
C!May alwavys b3 found at the office (f Farri'&&
Co: No. 44A Water st. He would respectfully 9.
Hidit ttie patr..,,iz, of his friends and acquaik-
tances. ... rdec25;
L.**-Iaw Noticeb *
S": W. G. M. DA VIS, 1
; Has returned to the practice of the Law. He"
ss prepared to attend to business at-the County
.C Clerk's Office, Apalachicola.

: ATTORNEY AND-CQUNSELLOR AT LAW,
];rfarianna, Florida.
: Will practice in the Courts of Franklin, Jack-
won, Walton and WasliiinLgton counties.


Vo'se & Taylor,
-ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
.... .M ariaine, Florida. ,. ,
IC AANtD LER C. YONGE." JOHJN B. TA'YLOR
$Jantes NI. W atsoe,
; ATTORNEY AT LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC,
New Orleans.
Refers to--Hon. Judge Story, Simon Greenleaf
" L. L. D., George T. Benker, Esq.
Gx, T. Ward & R. W. White,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS& AT LAW,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Having associated themselves in the practice of
the Law, under the firm of WARD & WHITE,
will attend regularly the several Courts of the
Middle and Apalachicola Districtsand the Court
ot Appeals. at Tallahassee.. -
Dissolution of Partnership,
THE Law Partnership heretofore existing in
the Apalachicola District between Wx, H.
BLrCJtENBROUGHf& GEORGE S. HAWKINS, is
A this day dissolved by mutual consent.: Eachpar-
ty will continue to practice in the same courts as
heretofore. W. H. B. reTebTiose persons wish-
ing to employ him, to Col. Hawktli-tfor any im-
mediate advice or assistance necessary in his ab-
sence. -
Apalachicola, Dee 12, 1843. tf
B ELLISON"& Co., 33 Water street---Have
jnst received a fresh stock of goods, consist-
ing of Groceries, Crockery, Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Saddlery, Hats, Hardware, Wood Ware,
Combs, Brushes, Fancy Goods, &c. &c., which
they are prepared to sell at reduced prices.
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posed to discussion, he would have defined those
principles that are objectionable in the Puseyite
creed, as antagonist to the doctrihes contained iiA
the Bible. On the one hand he might have set
forth the Puseyite doctrine of Church Infallibili-
ty, and on the other tho scriptural doctrine of the
fallibility of all men. IGod alone is infallible, and
to say that the Church is, means that the Church.
is God. Here is an erorb as palpable as is the
hypotheticul one that We have adduced, that 2.
and 2 make 6. He might have gone farther than
this, and said, "this is the voice of God, that is
the roaring of the Evil One, speaking through a
Puseyite trumpet, decorated with a gown and cas-
sock.'" Had he gone thus far he would not hav6
been guilty of half the discourtesy whichlappearl
in either of the articles of "YVesper."
\Ve have no. disposition to continue this control
versy, but if discussion will elicit the truth we
have hio objection to its continuance, but hereaf-
ter, the writer of "Vesper," may regard the au-
thor of this attidle as his opponent. In such z
discussion,xwe shall demand all his proofs ,, sera- ,
iim, with reference to page and voliftme." But
first, let, us know what are the points in issue.
If the point be Church, Infallibility, Apostolic
Succession, Intercession of departed Saints, or
the right of Lay interpretation, or all these points,
we shall be glad to rneet him ; andrin so doing wilt'
extend all cour-tesy and write in all charity,. But:
we caution ." Vespe,' to at least write good sense;
and noi be guilty of such lapses a to tak of, .one -
crude chaos, an olio ot heterogeneous documents." '
Now, if this mean any thing, it means that an
olio, which is some sort of a hash- fund on the
tables of Spanish gourmands, ot heterogeneou's
documents is a crude chaos. Can Vesper tell
us of a chaos that was not crude, or of one that
was an olio. Again, will ,Vesper" be good
, enough to tell us what the following means: J>
One would really imagine, while perusing
the editorial articles on the subject Of Oxford
Tracts," that the writerhad read tte productions.
whose careful (*xamination he so 'earnestly res'-
commends, for the confirmation of: the yWb'i ini -
his most unlen able opinions. ..
According to any principle- of grammar,, Wo..
say, has this any meaning ? We confess that- :
verbal and even grammatical criticism is of but
little value in controversies of this character, but '
when the writer of such nonsense as the lbrego- -
.ing, dommences by wardmng his opponents to be*;
on their guard as to logic, it certainly does justi-
fy a little departure from the realtpoints at issud..
A word, now- as to our interfefenc It was:;i
the manifest departure of Vesper'" from the
very courtesy lie recommrnended,.that induced 'us
to take up the'gauntlet, arid his last article is
even worse than its predecessor. It is moreover.
in a style approaching to arrogance. We say, ap
preaches to arrogance; This approach is found
in his application of such phrases as shamefulu
descants, ebullient frotn the brains of ignorance,/
to all unfavorable comments on Tractarianism; -
and-those or the contributor in question in, par-
ticular. Now, is it not arrogance of the most of'
fensive character toeassume the right of deciding 9
not only as ;to what descants are shameful, but
also on their knowledge of the writer. Surely ouro
term is not harsh When we accuse "Vesper" aof
being'not only arrogant, but extremely so. BEd
hb says--" We have listenei to these unjust cla-
mors, and borne this wicked aspersion, with tg
meekness which befits a righteous cause." :Such
testimony as to his meekness we must beg to be
excused from receiving as conclusive. That thp
meekness which befits a righteous dause" jfsti2z
ties his applying the term shameless and ignorant
to the opponents of Tractarianism, is of a different
character from that which is commanded by our
Savior, we think no well-informed man will deny.
Whether it be or not, however-it isfar lrom
modest to stand before the public, crying aloud-
Behold how meek a man I am !"
While on this subject, we would ask Vestper5 ?
what must be the opinions of men of good taste ;
on such fi,'ures as that of draggingg the augut :
inysterie.z of religion from their sanctuary,- and
prostitutin athtn before the curiosity of the pro-
fane and the familiarity ofthe skeptic." If thi' 9 .
be courteous to his readers, we are very far frotV
understanding the meaning of the term; So far
from being courteous, we say that this languagE; ,
-and we quote it fr'om' ,epr"-so ac
racter known to the literary world as billingsgate:.
We also take the liberty of averring that suchfi.,'
gures, so far from being chaste, are unfit for either
the eyes or tlhe ears of the pure. We acknowl:
edge "to hlare blushed for the writer when we read
it.- it must be set down as language of a charac z_ /
ter that no man of either meek,,es, modesty or
.refined taste, will, c-i-orought to employ. .
INDICATORR.


the loss of his neighbor. If the one is just, the
other must be so too, .


Congress has coined money, but has not deter-
mined its value, because it has left its use or inte-
rest unsettled. It might as well have said that
the yard should contain thirty cubicL inches, and
allow it to be made to slide out to any length
from two to fifteen, feet, and then permit. a few
people to monopolise them ;--when buying, to
slide out the stick to any length, and when sell-
ing, to reduce it to two or three feet and call the
length of the stick a yard, hoivever long or short
it might be.. It would no more vary the quantity
of cloth when the yard was increased from three
to fifteen feet than the dollar is changed when the
interest iIs altered from six per cent. per annum
to thirty per cent.. or two and a half a month,
which latter price has been paid for millions of
money in the city of New York within the last
six years.'
I know the different States have pas.aed laws
intending to fix the rate of interest. Some of
them have made it six per cent., others seven and
eight per cent.; but these laws are all violated,
not only byindividuals but by Banks, in exchange
or otherwise; for, When exchange'is charged, it
is simply.demaniding extra prife: for the use of.
money. These Usury Laws are violated not only
by individuals and the Banks, but publicly by the
very'legislators who make the laws. They, too,
sell the Bonds of the Stale bearing six pet cent.
at an enormous discount-from their par Value, so
that these holders of the money receive usurious
interest from the State which enacted the law
against Usury. When these State Bonds have
been sold- as low as fifty pef cent. by tthe State
that issued them bearing an interest of six per
cent., they are paying at, the rate of twelve_ per
cent. per annum, and that half yearly, on the sum
they have received in money, and at the time the.
bond becomes due they are compelled to pay dou-
ble the sum received for it. And to whom is this
to be paid? Perhaps. to a citizen of the very-
State that has been obliged, to borrow the money ;
he, living under the law arid breaking it; they,
making the law and doing the'same. Every citi-
zen in the State suffers 'by it, while all, through
,their Representatives, have agreed to infringe
upon the laws they have themselves made: and
yet :if two individuals should .make such a con-
-tract betweeen themselves, by' the laws of the
State it would be void and the debt forfeited.
The State agrees to pa' these eneormous rates for
Stlae of -money because there are State- Works
commences %-nitl, mIegs completed, are useless
and will soon decay. The fact is they are placed
between two evils, and choose between the two
as inflions of individuals ha,e done within a, few
years past, notwithstanding many of them have
conducted their business with as much puLidence
as at any period of their- lives and have never be-
fore been troubled to meet their engagements.
But during a leiv years they have been-obliged to
pay exorbitant rates of interest or suffer their ere-
dit to he lost and their property to be sacrificed-
writh almost the certainty of ruin in either case.
Althot~h they thiik themselves well able to pay
forty, lifty or sixty shillings on the pound, yet
their property writhes in their hands, whichever
courseI lhey may'take i and this is from no fault of
;their oAn, but fromr the absence of just laws.-
For the C.ommercial Advertiser.
ORTHODOXY vs. HETERODOXY.-No. II.
iWhen the contributor of (he articles on Trac-
tarianism penned them; he had not the mrst'dis-
tajt idea of writing any thing that would arouse
the spirit ot controversy. They were intended
merely to express his opinions'on a matter of ge.
rieral interest; and in so doing he repeated opini-
ons which many others have imbibed. He did
nbt profess to'have read all the Oxford Tracts,
nor would he conlend':that he intended ever to
read them, if iqestionedwon the subject now. But
this he did profess to believe that the positions
assumed by the Tractarians were indefensible,
and to that belief li eiad been driven from read-
ing, the cel-ebrated No. 40, and the condemned
sermon on the Eucharist. Now, the Puseyiles
generally concur in their apprGciation of these
two documents, and it is certainly reading enwough
when we arrive at that..point "where positions
from which we differ are advanced. jLct us not
be misunderstood, however, by that wold enough.
We friean -that when we have'read to that poet'
at which, the_rroneous positions are assumed, we
hayve then the~right-to controvert that error. F'or
instance 5# a than' vi'ere to being for our irspec-
"lion a long sum in "arithmetic, and ask our appro-
val of the-result, ' should be justified ir, exami-:
ning the process irj, all its dfetaiis, If in those
deta-ils we findl that at oqnespoint "be has set it
down that "2 and 92..make 6, we have then exa-
mined far enough to say Ihere sir is an error."
S~uch is the positi~bn of the contributor. He had
read enough to" discover a~radical\errot': one as
Ipalpable as is'the error that -2 and -2,make 6.--
Here he patlsa~d, and denied that any result can
be orrect which is brought out under th-is error.
He further contends-that to continue the process,
while this radical terror, exists, will lead to con-
.clusions that must be fatal .to trutht. He,'e, we
say, the cont-ibrrtor paused; here, too, we should
pautse. And,.further it is neither "sectarian
injustice nor, persectuting tnbdl, ef" to show
that the positions erroneous, but it most assured-


ly betrays a presumptuous arrogance, only to be
found in tile advocates of priestly infCallibility,"
to demand th* any sensible man should go be-
eond palpabl*error. :
In our last'cojimmunication we said-that we had
pie aoits' to. 1ake, and. most assm redl. .',e have
none, because we, in common with. *# true
Chrisdians, are. ,-:andalously attacked in our right
C Fcoscience by these Oxlord Tractarians. We
3y scgidalously attacked, because in addition to
telling us Ohat out f the bosom of the Church
there -is no ialvatrn, they call all dissenting.,
mrhisters trespassers in the Lord's vineyard, vio-
lators- of the express commands of our" Saviour ;
or, in other wAds, that we have cut the cable of
the ,great elieet anchor," and have sent the ship,
freighted with the irnmortal souls of living men,
on the vowaa'e tn everlasting perdition. This,
besides bei'- .111 'attack, is scandalous and untrue ;
so A}least believe all TRUE christians, and they
are fortified in this belief by the Holy Scriptures.
Thus fortified,, the contributr of the articles on
Tractarflhigm expressed his dissent from, or, if
you please, his condemnation of, the doctrines,
the Tractarians disseminate. It-was as a Chris-
tian that he" spoke, and before his character, as


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USURY;
TlIE EVIL AND, THE REMEDY.
'T, -iIll men of liberal understandings and gener-
ous; hearts-to, every sincere inquirer after" the
mewes'of preventingg those pecuniary revulsions
which so frejuentlyoverwhelm our citizens by
liscianlds, cru!,i 'llg the m beyond the hope of rescue
and dooming them to. hopeless penury and life-
'l'og neit.iovr -to all sincere inquirers after the
n, a ns o f improving the condition of mankind, and
aleviating the Woes to which they are now subject.
10 all who duly regard the weight of Moral and
sociall evil which is constantly experienced from
lie derangem,?nits. o< Business and the ,periodical
obst ructio n of tindustry-,-to all Who hold that the
prudent and faithful Worker ought to be beyond
ithe fear of.want, whether of employment or of
bread and enabled to rear and educate his children
)i Incomfort and peace--to a.l who do not dread a
thought merely because it is novel nor fly from a
plan of alleviating human'ilisfor the simple reason
that it has not long ago be'en4adopted--to those a~nd
every well-wisher of Humanity, the fcollowvoing essay
is dedicated'by the writer., ,WVholly unused as he
is to authorship or legislation, he is confident that
no earnest mind can give heed to the factslhe has
embodied, in these -pages without interest,"reflec-
lion, and at least partial assent. Having ho hope
Or thought of pecuniary or other personal advan-
lage,l he asks for them a patient, thoughtful perusal
to be fiolloWed by such action thereupon as the
truth'they contain shall indicate and require.
Respectfully, THE AUTHOR.

USURY; T4E :EVIL AND THE ,REMEDY.
BY GODEKR ARDWELL. .

CHAPTER ,l. -,
Of the nathu'e of hateresi awl :Usury.
Congress has reserved to itself the right to coin
money and fix its value ; these it has done, or in-
tended to do, by determining the quantity of gold
or silver that shall be in any coinj without fixing
the rate of interest to be paid for the tueibffit. I
think I have already shown that this value is ar-
bitrary and legal. Now if I can nai ',t w .-.
_.t, h( id I ". I, use, and not in the
thing itself, it will be evident that Congress has
on11 determined what weight of gold or silver
'.hatll be in certain coins, and left their value en-
tirely unsettled. The use or the income is the
only tiling that gives value to any thing; a house,
it it could never be either occupied, used or rent-
ed, would be certainly worthless unlessthe ma-
terial of wh ich itrwas composed could be employ-
ed for' some itseftul purpose. A fine horse is
valued for his use; break'all his legs and 'he is
gorde 6i._ nothing, for his use is -utterly destroyed.
Thle diamMond is valuable for its use as an orna-
ment ; wore it deprived of its brilliancy, its use,
.'and therefore its value in that respect, Would no
longer remain: the same. will hold true of every
description of ornament. To anyone who will'
investigate tlhe subject, it cannot fail to be clear
that in the use alone consists the value of all ma-
terial tilings. '' "'
"rhe use or interest of money constitutes thde
leEal value of the money itself, and the legal value
,.,f the dollar itncrea,,es just in proportionste the
increase of the interest. Money loaned on inte--
rest begets or increases its like; if loaned at six
per cent. per annum, at the end of the year it has
increased ur added six dollars of the same article
as the hundred,.aad if the interest rise to twelve
per cent. it dtubles the dollar as much as it dou-
bles the income. ..
.A RRailruad stockothat brings In an income of
six per cent. per annumn is certainly worth only
;one_ half as much as one that brings in twelve per,
cent. If the incotne of the one that brings in six
'per cent. could be let for six per cent.itily aftt,
it was received, and thle one that bring in twehve
per cent. could he let at twelve, the stock bring-
ing the latter price would be worth vastly rnore
than double the one that brings but six per cent.
per annum. But suppose on-e of those stocks
should br'ini in one year six per cent., "the next
uightelen, tile next five, the next twenity-fbuir tlhe
next seven, the next lour and the next severteen.
per cent. and each year the income uncertain no
one would pretend to say there wvas a ti.xed value
to this stock, or tliat it "would be a just measure
ofvahlii,., :ithiou~h tlhey now say of tlhe dolhlir, tha~t
it is a tt-i[.,t" all the world over and its value is
alw,_- the same. They might just as well assert
ot t!his railroad stock, tlhat s-tock is stock all the
world over, and nlwaihs of the same value, But
if thie-income on thl stock were precisely the
same, not only every year but every day in each
year, and would continue so without fluctua.ion,
oflher tliings migh;lt va>ry, but tlhe stock would ;al-
ways be ,:,f uniform' v.tlue. And especially i-it
were made the standard by which evej~otrer'
speries ofc-Drouiar.L.'feit valued, it being the
foundation of all value and aalwa[bs producing the
same income,:-stock producing-stock as money


at interest prod ui es money, the thing, produced
being -precisely like the thing that pIroducad it,
-the stock COuld-not ;poisibly vary in value. Lup-
pose. a man to lhave one hundred, shares of this
stock, whliclih Yas ye.,rly producing six dollar's oh
.each, share, ( tA ,,,uitig to ,'.,.,), the interest or
dividend. ,3iJ'3;)_ being paiad every six. months,
sli.-,ild the stock and :a.d ctase'to exist, but the
divident be eiiuiarlv paid, the non-existence of
the road and -t'.i.:k wold in no manner affect its
value. But let dtie di, id,:nd o interest coise"to
,be paid. and for ever'age, and the road continued
the stock would not be worth *one cent.' Should'I
a farm cease to produco-, it would be :worthless
fir Agriculture; so, should the interest on mo ney
for ever cease, I doubt whether any nation; wIf
ll the, laws it might make, comld eer maintain
it as a currency'. Therefore, 1oney loaned should
bear an interest fixed at'such rates as never to be
oppressive even to the poor. We might better
vary, the length of the yard than the interest of
money;-better allow all the. other measures to
vary than this, because it measures the value of
every species of property, all Government expen-
ses,. all official salaries, and every thing that is
sold by the piece, bulk or quantity. How impor-
tant is it then that it should be just! A man
might as well be allowed to change his neighbor's
landmark as to increase the interest on his debtor:
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fve, or more insertions, each 50 cts..-, -
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Nc 40 Water street,
dectS Apalaelicola, Fla.
AT. A. Wood,
COMMISSDN, OR\VARDING MERCHANT,
ND HIP CHANDLER,
No. 13 Water street, -
VA'alacliicola. novl ly


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OIfLS, LA', &,. &c., &c.
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PEFERENC.


/I


REASONS FOR LEARNING TO SING -The" Mii-.
sical Times" contains the following extrpet iroi ..
a scarce book published in 165S, entitled 4'Psalms, ,.
Sonnetts and Songs of Piete," by Wm; Byrd, tie J,
author of Non Nobis Domine. It offers fortcble."
reasons for learning how to sing. IWe advise. ",J
our musical society'to have it printed on conv 'i
ent cards and distributed at intervals, so that it be
"kept before the people:" '
1st. It (singing) is a knowledge easily taught
aud quickly learned, when there is a good master
and an apt scholar. -2ndlv. The exercise of sing.,.
ing is delightful to nature, and good to preserve -
tHie health of man. ;!dly. It doth strengthert 4--
parts of the heart, and doth open the pipes--:.
4ithly,,: It is a singular good remedie for stuttering
and stauimpring in the speech. 5thly. Itis .thq/
best means to preserve a perfect prcnunciation)-
and to make a good orator. 6thly, ft is the ony,^r
way to know when nature has 6e-jowed a go~d.
v oice ; which hrit11 is .so rare that there is notbnO.
among a thousand that hath it ; and in man,-that
excellent gift is lost becatis they want.an art. t(-
express nature. "ftily. There is not o '0 *"
, instruments whatsoever, comparal .:;, : :
whlichi is made of' inen's voices, whep ? *.
are good, and the same well sorted '. .:,
Sthlv. T he better the voice i.:l ." '.. ;
honer and serHe God ta" "7, :
man is chiefly to be emfij ,. (: ,,":v:,,
,nit sjtiriltus h1jdet Dominunt-.
tCq Sipce the 1st Septe- : L, ";' '
specie, has arrived in Ne% :."" *":"*'-* .. .
EXPLOSION'OF STEAM. .: "
of Commissioners, I../-. .
in testing'invention .. i .. ...
boilers;; hey have. ', '"
Raub. The con/. Y,::':. :


Boston, .
LA nE & Re.D,
Portland, Me.


THallowell,
Sp. wHITTR.
_!,.'.w Orleans,-,,


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VOLUME II]


COMMERCIAL A"DflVERTISE ;
; PUBLISHED
EVERY MONDAY


APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, JANUARY t, 1844.


[NUMBER i.










APALACHICOLA, MONDAY,- JAN. I, 1844.


OURSELVES.
We to-day commence the Scnl Vuhtme of
the "Commerchil Advertiser." When we look
back and reflect upon :the."h;ctirmstances under
Which the first number of ITit1 first volume was
issued, and corn pare -them -w't- o1r presen t pr os-
flects vve,', hlaye,_ indeed, good. cause to feel eti-
epolraged, t0, 'c6!g.attilate ,..s,-l\e-, while
We- are, greeting" our f'iend?' Wjth gratulations,
6n thisfthe first'day of the NE\v YEA."
".HavIng, no, capital, anid *nothing: to susatmi or
reomtiimend us but unwearied exertion and per-
severahce, we commenced the publicaton 6 f this
journal, trustilg in the addage that "1 honest in-
dustry will be rewarded;" and -we.have Found it
verified.1.;Our freinds ha\-e come arotmd 11s, and
by their' liberal patronage and contributions have
enabledus, to bear our heads above the current
of" hard times," till we have sci.leceeded in reach-
ing- terra firiina," and are now (-,n a permanent
and sulre S f(Aulidation. It shall be our earni;?st and
Continued endeavor to prove ourselves worthy of
this,.support,: and to make the Adve,'tiser"
such.a paperas to entitle and en-,ure-it ant increase
oft patr.,nage.-
It will not be out of place here to sjy somethiCg
iri'regard to our future course; and this can be.
dore' in very few words. The Advertiser"
willcontinue to be-as its title purports-strietly
commercial, il' its character. We -eschew all
po ltics inan' 'editorial point of view. Having
not ey.e a yote in the National Legislature, qrd-
no.,,fpie on-the Presidential question, we can see
n1ogood that could accrue to us or our readers by
advoYcating, through our" columns, the principles
of either party, or the advancement of the claims

of any. individual as Chief Magistrate; we shall
theretbre- leave,'the matter entirely to tile decision
of the." Sovereign People" of the States trusting
that w%,oever' may be elected will bestow upon
ouxJTerriory greater consideration than she has
heretofore received from his illustrious prede-
cesso..."
,As to local politics, we are frank to con fess we
have none in particular; and it would be difficult
to define a'position, where none is claimed to be
held. "
I1),a citylikie otr's, on the sea-board, of grow-
ing importance, it should :be the paramount object
of' a public jouirnal.to protect arid advarie her
co,,miercial interests, and withLI uS, tiis z-lall be
done to the ultima, thule of our ability. While
we attend to these in a greater degree, we h6pe
that 6u 'columns will not prove entirely barren
of interest to the miscellaneous and general

AitrangetentS hlave-'been' consun-mated, by
which the: undersi6ghed'.have been equally inter-
.ested in .the publication of lhe "Commercial
Adtvertiser,"1 siuce the first of July last. This has
bee"ndone wfth a view to render its publication
doubly sure, both sumrner and winter; and inas-
mucha as all of the undersigned are practical
printers, this,objeot must be attained.
:" :'U ^ .:. /R. A. DOMINGE,
.. ": -.,',:'.; J. F. BOSWORTH,
J. L. IVI'MAN.

.'.- THE NEW YEAR.
T6 -b y0ris the'beginning orf.a NEv YEAR!
Wliat visions of' glory, what lofty aspirations,
what, pP-rg .and elevated thoughts, what solemn
\ :refilectionl, what melanc holy associations, it brings
\ alongfith iit! i It hias been trulv said that every
'; \Ne y'ea~r's, day we arrive at, is an imnagitnary
"\.iilc-sf~oiae on the great turnpike .of !human life,
\ ,Thuis regardled, it is an appropriate: i-lace for re-
} lelion'iiund a starting point tor renewed exertion
": \ thd" performance of our joiu'ney. It is, indeed,
',\o~uel~iiig moral to those who meditate the d,.om
|\ ..Glit .awaits* the. whole human race! Thie









J ." i poiht'to tle young, it is the'giaf at wl~iehl
, > ged 'hav'e? ari'ivedi'aad while the former,
,. ?, hnoyatit hopes .and high aspirations, look
foiy":',:: :to;'sthie green.-4'i}_jas of thle Ifuture, the
1an.,' c .: .'c..upon thle fadcd" |pat with regret adnd
sc'ii ". A-dne admixture of serious and solemn
ly. mo, .a^;.then, must always fin d a place in the
!rs, :')Q? ;'h'' ,,1'^''who ha~ve rtal

i. !ian. a;.i,, in-oxicatin'g season of yotidh, but it is
P.1 no/iert' young to terper, with like ipres-
-" ;- .'ic %ratulations .witli wiMch they are wont
c -el,'-oze the New Vear. They do i,:t relleet
th ,1 :.-.1,of to-day aa,".be? cTianged into bitter-
..ce.: .:.'r'3P ow.. ,Ilo, with its nPiseless tread,
ci.^ii'.j.'every thing. ,:It is like an ever-rolling
flood-it rushes uponus with resistless force, and
v:" burev all 'beneath itW dark .waves; 'it subverts
empire'&, overturns thrqnes, swallows up all easth-
'rly ruler4.ind theifi- subjats., and -ehanges th6e-

xhbhol aApe A',,df'tniversal' nature It should ad-'
ini,ish'i.s.of:fke utteur noghtingness of all human
W .vs and. pomN and grander; of the utter
:. vanityqf "all earthly possessions. ; '
: did- not take. p0r pen to inidulge 6u6A

V"--.`" mn r9tc'tions. Our object was
'" .'.', w common usage among the
'. : :.-ii j the usual sItlu tatiors 0o
: .. 'oy the community in
:" -nhem, it' nay not be
. *'" ,: J,.'se. "-It is now nearly
*enced the publication of
lttser." Akt the tii e we
6*w were fully. apprlised
*assments with which
'. "The ghosts of nu,
"S\e establishment
I. -ies past, were


For the Commercial Adverti
MR. EDITOR :--As you do not seen
meet "4 Vesper" in the controversy he
mit me to furnish the proof he dema
tlojn to the- Piseyile doctrines. In
the required proof, I shall show that
Popery, and'that Bishop Onderdonk i
dy ed in the wool," and that his defeat
per," is of the same faith, and manife.
sreat deal less than inspiration. I s
p'oof that ''Vesper" cannot .eject or
I will prove that Pzeiisfsnt is- Popery
ford Tracts and the Writings of the
Bishops of his own church : Bishic
great l1garning and piety; men who
brea-the a spirit of ch.'istian charity at
not. characterised by personal or
language.
I now send you a few extracts front
'Tracts which go to prove that you
"marki were just and true." A' t my
I witj furnishi others from the same
these.extracts, permit me to add ex
the c plmntaries of some of the d
Bishop o'fthe CIlurch of Erna._ L i
\will be'seen that the doctrine adva'
Oxford Tracts is characterized as ra
Will "* Vesper," contend that the Bi,
.cutta and the Bishop of Winchester
brainless or unbelieving ? Will he s,
opinions are "ghosts conjured from
of perturbed fancy," or shameful de
client frtn the brain of ignorance"
charge all the eminent men of his o
"who have written and spoken against
regarded it as Popery, with infid
larks, which you have been pleased
your editorial columns, which were
, to 4.4Vesper," were quite moderate
with the language of very many of th
Episcopal Church, who have spken
nation of/,the Oxord Divines an-i Bi.
donk. -As to Vesper's" own effusiol
to bestow upon them any thing like a
tice; indeed, it would be a vai i atte
sage precepts of wyisdomn. and instruct
,he pretends, are "1soburied in a mas
notions, that;like silver mingled wi
lead, it is too little to pay for the'labj
tion." They consist of nothing more


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"VEERITE SAN8PEURE."


staring uts irn tthe lace; but these had no terrors for
LIS, in'r c,,uld thley make us exclaimn-' a Ghost!"
Look l,,! if" I stand here I sawk. him !"
We were not thUs',easily appalled" and disheart--
enr ed: vwe commenced ar nd have prosecuted the
enlterprise with all the industry and energy we
could bring to our aid, and if these, aided by the
generous and liberal support of the community,
* will not insure our Success, why, we must share
the gad and rnelancholye'ate of t-hose\who have
embarked in similar enterprises before `Us. : Thus
far, in the prosecution of our labors, we have re-
ceived a warrn aud-generous support, .and: our
hearts are overtflowing with gratitude therefor.
W-e have earnest-lv endeavored to deserve this
sUl)port; we have toiled early and late to make
our jouraMl worthy.of itself and its patrons; we
have s,:,ugljt to make it the vehicle of correct
commercial intelligence and the herald of the
g'owirg importance of our city ; and if, like the
knight-errant of old, we have occasionally.as-
sunmed the cuirass and the lance, it was in defence
of ihese interests, and the institutions which fos-
ter and protect the~n.
In conclusion, we have only to add Our warm
aud sincere-wishes for the success of all who en-
gage in laudable undertakings; nor can we omit
the -expression of, outrheairt-fil wishes for the
happines, of the, .LADIES.' .May their fonrd expec-
tations of pleasures and /hsband.s be realized.
To the young and ardent-to the enarnored youth
and blushing maiden who are jnst awakening to
a perception of the visions of delightful love-
we wish success, and hope they may realise all
their bright anticipations and their sweetest and
most secret dreams.
To our kind patrons-generous contributors-
warmn friends-one and all, we wish A HAPPY
NEW-YEAR."

For the Commercial Advertiser.
VINDICATION-NO. IV.
The contributor to the columns of the ', Com-
mercial does himself and us great injustice by
tha-inirg that we account him either an !,infi-
del or incorrigible heretic." He is quite cor-
rect in asking ,, Who constituted us a judge of his
opinions"? We leave the prerogative of Judg-
ment with the infallible.Deity whom he adores.
It it:.difficult to understand why lie or his a,'txili-
aries should personally appropriate general re-
marks so inapplicable from the first to one.'tor
whose merits and integrity \ve have already re.
corded our unfeigned esteem-and it is a record
which, despite the severity of his strictures, wv-
do not '%%ish to retract. ..,.-.. : "
With his own pen-fte"-he 'now, in a spirit of
candor, confirmed, our statements respecting his
limited investigation of the subject on which he
wrote. He has, like'a majority of readers, drawn
his inferences fromrt "a. portion of the Tracts,"
(misapplying then to our church,) and has taken
the Eti-scopal Address in the New-York Conven-
tion at second hand "-report." If his denuncia-
tion, therefore, was inconsiderate, his mistakes
are at least susceptible of palliation. \\ho emay
n.:.t err in Its conclusions derived from isolated
passages or single pamphlets? especially when
those conclhsions are already prejudiced by other
men's di;'coluring interpretations.-
In referrting us to Jndge Jay's letter, the writer
has committed the same erro'r.. His own expres-
sions of oph-ion would weigh as much with us as
those- contained in the letter, which we read a
month ago. Both are individual-like those of
the Oxtl;.rd gentlemen. Tlhe latter, doubtless, are
distinguished f'or: greater. theological erudition.
For, Mr. Jay's opinions in' theology are quite as
little renowned as hriS civlfan attainments :and
judicial decisions. From" John Jay#--slat aiomi.
hils umbra--he has inherited tlhe patrimony of a
worthy'narne: but his intellectual vagaries, espe-
ci.,lly his acrimonious censttres of the institutions
(.if the South, :wil~lhardly gaint a deferential approt'
batiou. lor Iliais tiett if, our latitude. .,
Like the editor and Mr. Jay, we- exercise the
privilege of r/ceptiiig to' aniy offensive theories of
Mr. Newman,-mtd Dr. Pusey,. with their..coa.Iu-'
tot's.. Tir-ey. have proclaimed sawm sentiments
wh-ici- we disapp-rove, end they have been nnfor-
tunate, also, ir, their rn'anner of'.exhibiting" correct


doctrines. The Doctor, howev'e'rjr hasint been
suspended -'.by his own' church." O,, the con-
trary, he still conttisnu to officiatea in Christ
Church Ctthedril. He was -' suspended" solely
by ,the Vice-Cliancellof, friom piieaching before
the Unriver-ity; .nd that too, on account of the
discourse on the Eucharist,;which, it appears, wvb
both have read; anrd in which, abstruse as it may'
be, lyrix-eyed Schrutiny, on both sides of the At--
lantic, could not detect, the figirpit of transub-
stantiation, or any -doctrine unsupported by the
soundest divines of England, to. wlom he has
given an array .V references in his notes.- Had
it been otherwise-had a dogna Condemned by
the Church been discovered in his writings-he
would have been impeached before an eeclesias-
tical tribunal, and compelled to recl his error,
or be deposed from his. sacred office. "* ..
Passing from Oxford'to Apalachicq,[a, tOe wri-
ter in tf%" Commercial" brings a very grave
accusations against some person, whom-if lie has '
deliberately pondered his language-he ouglfi to
designate and expose to inerited.pprobritim. He
,reaks of a promise made to the people-as an,
'inducement to erect a church-that it, should be
opened to ministers miscellaneously, when unoc-
cupied by a clergyman 0f'the Protestant Episcopal
Church. To very many of the people," this
Would have been no "inducement," but an hil;,
drance. A variety of discrepant teachings, h.ow.-
ever gratifying to curiosity, is found to be very
unfavorable to- edification. Thie short hislpry of
religious societies in this country-eaoh, tenacious
of its faith-has -.proved the attempt to mingle,
their diverse operations injudicious in thie extreme


*iple, we be- assertions, which are neither sustained by reason, fiVe or witness of Christ,-and further it is th
isa result of nor characterized by that devout piety and chris- B -^"tnakes us Clergymen God's ministers:
"M,4,Christ's tnstruinent, and lie visibly chooses'
mruaeover-if4.tianu, eekness which Vesper" professes to, in- ttkw-hWnChrist choo^s-invisibly, to
pro~riety and' cutcate.-in short, that vauntin-.g s piI-it whichis tbvord and-acran-eut of the Church, andthe
inc4'mbent of exhibited throughout, is too incompatible with la the tua sOftrchav he comewstoareden-;Io
isteial assis-, modest and good "enses : 'ever: to produce convic- t again is a wit,.,gChrisnt,.. Iho'-speato"
I orvariant tion. Y concerning Chnrtwas ordained to do so .
er-ha object- The Wxford Divines -distinctly admit that the *\ishnand as h se.snt n'-.sThrustgthUSeWhO
ty-firnt canon Tractsfor the Times" were commenced in con-::.gf salvation holds together; Christ the ftrue
diator above hi s serami the Bishop his earthly"
.No ihurcn- sequence of the Government interfering with the "eness. ^ s ,
inducenent" possessions of the clergy, and especially in con- Then you will honor us Witha nPurer honor
une f "n you no%% do, naiieiv,-"thse hoar
-- .sequence of the Government interfering with the ..edwit.,. to w are "
...... .,n ueys of 'neared wild betlh, .a%.the.
o oursdf in- power andpreroa-.tiveq of the clerg.,nby abolishing ,\ds0femercy; as tile den.u.rsteL. wdt,
thedishunes- ten Dioces in IEeeland. ] f:ed men. as intrusted witirthl, awful iind.
-Th lolow ,, ...." - ,stertous -grift-of malting the bread and- wine "
disobedence The 'llowi"n, -extract, .-with the comments beody and blood." Tract 10
.- ; > ... t he- .. i m.. .. .. ,r a-t".1" A n d th u s ,
other hind, thereon, together with the extracts from the opi- 'avin prostituted, as thqe, suppose, the sentiment
....f reverence, awe. and mystery, so as tO'produC~e
)ur consl-en: Wns ofthe Bishop of Calcutta and the Bishop ofn ienmnd anadmissinoftheir claimstoPssess
ce to Iegi or Winchester, published below, will suffice for the adependently or inherently these powers andPro
- -d ou' p resent,. .a tiv es, th ey pro ceed to e d uc e th e leg itim ate
)wed \our'elf, present': Mappear- '- "
petforrn',n .. '",sequences. And although it does appearincre
D perfrmn~n t And what -is 6f more consequence to us, thts-ible, yet such nevertheless is the fact they pro-
]oes the L, .claim is-held by Bishop Onderdonk, and by a ma. ^eed to establish the doctrine, that the salvation
i itconsidq9 J=nyo tthe Clem. 'Indeed the claim has beer mme .Laity depends upon; aa-official act-of the
os madawilh suci boldness, and supported with set ltofrgy. That is to say,.a mau's salvation depends
.*statute. aff "a:tsho;v of argument, that it appears to have-bee upon something that a Bishop or.Priest shall de or
generallyy admitted. They are. God'.s amhas ay.
Altho I -A dors They are possessed of rhe same power ari person not commissioned from (he Bishop,
as to do witi. 'prerogatives as.the Apostles, and their imrnedi ia ua,,e ( the words of baptisn, arid sprinkle or-
S.UCCa.-,.Sor`-? attd as a ueces.-.arv consequence Or bathe with the warer on earth, but there is nopro-
SdeinonSt'a-- salvation depends upon somethingng that they ald-e ^nse from .Christ that such a person shall admit
11 unite with' cn do! Alr- these preteUion 10rly or.efustlife king"doml of -heaveni. A person not
an nomi:-- ^ y:^I V ll n-r iu' eu Chs cifsconmi.-Issuioned nay break- bv a n e n o r i n i t 1 l e Y ` r ( r

*ou jh lo 1111os~ md ) lldeac inde J esus i Ch r -ist l sP,land pretend to aive the 1qrd's Supper, but it c n
ourpnu-^lic-h ho came to earth to make known wlin' aflord no comfort to any to receive it at his hands-
truiilis were; cngraven oil their minds anld heart "' because there is no warrant froil Chirist, to lead
.,t.*,,;'tthe b spirt-' ':,nd itiey were endowed with mir-. c- eomintnicants to suppose, that while he does So
t.. build- ouis -, to demonstrate to all nten, thut tIy lere, o, earth, they will be partakers in the ^Sa-
hich of liht vere indeed auttllorsed from on high, to do t vior's body and l,,d." .'rat 3.5 1, ,. ,,th
cons..tr. hey.d d' dand. t teach what they taught. T". .p...agre. tlhe. wliole 'hrh -' God for the. first
co r ..t r.h- were for all, who should by. antv meansre- i.ffn h..nndre ye ; knowing that. eheor
e open wide cive tihe.r,.- But the Scriptures ofdivin.e trutlas .Lord said, dy-th'isin remembrance of me,' Hid
id all btdden etlogdled iTr the New Testameni, were iri~he Apo~fles were only present; therefore noner but-
id all biddn ailds of but tew, at ltle tinle ofl tlhe ApoLes' t ey anad..inet, deputies could be said to have H1isr
ted to parti- d-tth ; and therefore tile necessity of having (ose w'amut tor >te6Ssog that bread andkep, and this
thing better 'trtIs committed to fatihlul men, who shottldro- is a matteriertaining to eaji man's salvation ; for
or gondliness c thopn 1o the lirel. But when; the embi- hi1 bread rndIlup iare the appointed mean where-
gl nes of the seriprures of divine truth took laee, boo tile faltdulare to partake oChfist's bod5, and
Sof the ten- a,4 ahey now exist in the New Testament, lose I0 I
illin torut., "''came t vr "ian. who was possesdl of Thus ve see i,,tt llte Tractarianas claimed to"
willing wor- the, however posssedwth the sano auiy posess iherent power and prerogative, as dwel-
as t}hughv he' had received them from a siipsor Sing in tie Cl,:-rgy|lv virtiA of the power and pre-_
,..... the siri th' Apostles. The A.po-tes were aMilion rive- rogat veeo.mm.Ited.._ t, th pos le. y JeMu- Chrs;-
the ty arr"tedofP to proclaim t-hose truths whi had nar i.tt the power-and prerogative thu., commit-
eplos abenk itr i ed, hive. reiuaii,-d whole and e-tieaaild-eed
ep.ions ma y been Vitln on their minds and hearts by t spi- i-..., .'P- r .e -U ."a.dai iu etii re, and de.?cend-
iat we have ri.t; tlti~r successors were ministers and"tere ed, as:t were, Ly a chain to our present Bishops
-tev-,,-, td -itwere nol-anthotied to leach a.ew,, itS' ,however, obvlotus andconclusivef"rom tk-e-
- .- e -, .. .' .a n ru l [1s s te e e s s a ry to s a lv a ti o n "T h ust i ld e i $ fh e r b xra ct s t h at.... "i l e 0 .. .. .i"i ; .. .'"
gilt in seem- dittereil- betw;eeii the Apostles and their qcesz- extracts, tlat tte Oxlorl LIvtnes interpret
y retort the or._., (.-! dA d id.deed appoint preaching a.Jinedi- thugs With a view% to their own convenience and
" u nv nlcn ntitrulths should 6e procivted to 'erest, rah, "d a issemination of truth
dimfcul.-t t hm e. woril, inar has H e-'revoked h1 t aui hdry ; bu O tt hey I a to o e nd p q r ut h a ik
us" He has .ppointfd other agencies or minisrs, by tat the) la -bm to power and prerogative alike
ihon oah t)hisita'ihsare sent forth 'and everr tevolti *(to.tfie reason Of an" ad t h ejustice of
in our own s~enrt, andh~owever reeeived, they conie 'hen re "- e v ng I st a 'ben as d they p uof e ol a e
mote in his. cetved wdi His authority, not with 's. Instead ot being, as t ot to be,
(i e,. r-esenorw agne. h .. 'b d: vy tac es f "t. C111 I -W
liu.,le:'. (he prese age-of ihe Church, and for.o ejpast le 1;rae'bk an" lowly teachers of the chiitia) reli-
,ususf ad in leClerd d1are.aIppointed by the Churcltet tevti" 3,n-lile pr-.,ectors of so.e unholy.
cuses us of a .and to e~xota.id rhe 4cripture% arid t 6 -E,-n ituster .'v. ,9 ..,, 't e~ ts'' m ,:,,, ,
towledige, is certain. xikfc?; and itie Churcli is boutidiOY eve!Y Somnevnef auious se -tile; -the selfish authors of:
officei al- acohe tbv^tSrj ; in~d they als jp- 'v1en'ehal po1ic e hypocrites who h--v 4 :sfol6:
9 iv. -.elms- 1, ^ ,'-..^, .n 'nif, i- nilit tW e l i,. ; -" "u.t. turder its specious ,
o t h e rs t o A n d -1 1 TO e w I L l n t c c r
'formation, our authority whei tlhe state degsers".-. rt~tJ. u r\ ... ..". .L .; .e
o "-d s -r"rp" "AAld ab 6 '- all, 'w hen th,, -,h m tion ni feresM --I ..... u. '. .-3-S -
_- .' .with tile rishas a.ad possessions of theC iivch, i.t .h at ...s .. .. t r:
knowledge, can even wilf less grace complain of Ne .hhrc T1 ; .__.l II s t0 mn e a m.,rtfer of r., -. l e,'tfat
on; \\ill. be ,nterferig w- h d ,nation. \\th r16- ijtroduc- ahe nm eteetitli cnturh, iefui.-
S[ion let tome .r vour attentioti't xtiat.seems a, dameitM, posttiun nftihe ,* ", P.o,,r
vestigate the Bostdangero,'iufrinsem of )or ri[s on orihe TirtuallV reasserted' in t .dt vcr-'
ched.7 \Vhen" pari of the stac. -Tfrie legi.t. llas.,:dken upon church which w ,- i retf r.'.. r i ,nailY
"i tself to t'eric L-tile 1-ioce s ",f- Irqnd, a pro- fhx'ee ce r, t 2, :. -,t. 0
XlmSitioln..of ,, ,. .... ..- .. .. .,r t u --
d a n g e r th a t B ish o p s -o v e r ie n .Cle rg ; a, i d o f o( A fi n C le rg y V ,. ,.h,, ... ... H '. .- W yo h -
v, or victory under certa.f1 BMhops, ,w'fh0lut the. diuirch bei,,g a'dll ,,s flow-,u s'r ".. n .e to have
"' l (-L I consulted in th. ntatter.-- T rat 2. : 4b d te-" -'l, i., t<., ct'ne pra"I,- fror
6vill. be more "He're then we have the admitted Pause o"fie the (.rhditions ot; men reof 'cdu>ed in h i1wvev.r ,
-et of devo- ,'.Tracts for the ies.' The caioL.Le t he Io DL0- 11.J-10.W, alg$s t.AMet.we to I a ,Nii-.
Tracts, was not lvvhat he natilt had donde---'r i:reJied tIanstistantitalion;- the.sacraments; ard ,n
ma Heaven's but the' iar of wht 'itde natiouwould4'et do. -The not faith-, thecletr'means of.salvation; a coliitused
to re-assure cause being admied, we ar wairrit.d in con- and uncertaii mxtureof the merits of' Christ and
oludilng lhat the laI object ,f the "ractsor inherent gce, in the matter of iustific...tion..
unlimpaired i,,' e. 1, ......... ....flu's -and u athe i ew r jttti. n i 'l Chris "
timess" was indep sadenceof he n-tiyn. And u ius ..... rsibn. _) ...... 01 .... "
:, we tender independence of ditnation v^ts to e accomphish-.i. ,e 0 i c f -in tp rpet
Ind d e vo u tiv e'd n o t b se p a rating T th e rn se 'v e s frt r n th e nw t iol 0 ..otm d ti-.(11.., p en.i tn t .- t b ep rt hsm ; p e rp e tu a l
Lmdde:'outly ",,-:,ci ,g i : ...... i ad '-.;,,in o.-A.. doubt otpadonttlie penitent afterthl ,ea n ,cr ent;
ess. ,- a.s ftundarent d, hiu wher adi-pt ,, would tak,,. the dutty aid antag(,t sell-ira ,,,sod an-;tcnties.
ESPERsaway lrm thl e haion all rtlat to titertere, il an}" the-nnociy o prayers fi-,r the dead ; and ,tmlar
way, withi the poss-'e.?yons,.towerso-r prerogatives tenants jhd iisa..s, whtet, gene-rate a spirit of :
tser. ofthle Church,. or tathe-.r; I fhuld. si-oflthe.. le?'g\-. .. b(tdage/aa'aii_ 'asserted am'nnK us_. ? And is the
Thts was ar objuet thiit req~ured _,it abilht and pararnv.t authority of thie inspi,'ed Vouhme. and i-
t tnc~med to ."varied powers t0 a.couuplislt- an bleet. they well th deiJne of tfpm g"-rac of od nl o,r Jtt,, e-r
e se e k s p e r- n e w th a w i^ the ' r ,ate ~t a b ili v b o td n e~ s a n d .l, to-, 1 p g a e 0 I 1 .J .u u t h a
_. ..~pr2.. suceus, cotl~d only' bke ^ci-,plr~jd s lowly. ._But tionl b'thle "'etii o Jesu_- C hris which-repo-
nds mr rent- ..recollecttng.thiat.ctn isntt.oiily religious being. ses' onihat auth,.,rty, to be again weakened and
lfurnirihino"- but etuinently'..a ip'ers tir ols boirc. th,-y iliet'elore o.bsc/uM by such httman SUl-eradditions, and a :
p ; *'' et abo-ut operarimg poin-'1e sen~me;nt.s of rever- i'e di' ct ''" ilw rhp "ii "ouitr
.l'lfytsginl IS .t ""p rec, a\' an. n n.^ j -ey..*ai llhertby. ,rt+,stlg htnn tnilIll,' and "1hie rudlim ents of the world, as the
^Vii~syil ino sbjetio. Te T~iui~i rif~e'or wiliapo.e speaks 'to be created once mor, e hi the
nder, "t Vea- 1reat bold,,ess, lald dowi fhesf tdogmn s s ,~ ple t, f the simple gospel or a c'rucified Saviour j" ..
-". lounuatlOl of~tnelr syst-., vlz( Ihat the lrg 1' ", 1 3 1 yu
sts a spirit a jioisesses iioger and pt'ergative i tlhe Church,. in;' .. ....
stroll a.dduce .depe.,defitiv of thie.Cliurf; andfiurtherd whaiaever c THE BISHO:P OF'WltCtH-rSTEBt.
spi rituaL, pinvileges,'*poms or prero.,atives are I crmnot butt fear' thie consequentces* for the. ;
* controvert, puss~esseiby the.Chiirch ate posses-,ed hn virtue of caractc-r, tlhe: effciency, and the very ,truih. off
5" by th~e Ox- an Apostolhcat or Epispacl ministry ; adii there- (irclm,'ieh if'a s> slem of teachiin should becomef
"ili "p fore llhe Ch irchlihas t 0,i'At t0 ,:ir,:.iin.,.cibe (lhe xtensivelv p,,pular, which dwells upot, the ex- .
RihRv minisiry lu the exerciLs3ofthetr powt-rs, or to take .rnal aild-rituajl parts of' religious service, wahilst
ops, too, of away trom thiem any p tl'eir prerogarives. The it lose sight el thei h meanmnK and'spiritua!
ose writings arguments_ made use. otopnive. _o. upport their, life which defaces the lirightest glorv of the
c ,sttio r s h aid a s h o w if g re a t n 'e n g th a n d ,, e re ,-i -. c -- *<
nd m eekness i,,,ed with .ae-at ,abil'v anld skill. T h~o~e ,r-u- c l r h b .fo g~ .. ... .. p es nc o


vituperative n-nts were, l-that he Jshps ere the repirts,-n-1, her Lo ,: ; s .einini:, in ettect, to depose Ilim trom
i ves of tod on eartlh and [hit they we-re to h his rlitul.t pre-tminece-whicih tendstossubsti-..
recri~ved as zandi.ngmn the sa.ne r.-_lhi,. to t- rut ,0 at lei..-tiln unholy -minds, for the worship in
n the Oxford Church and Christ, tlit the Aponlecs and their ir- spirit and in truth, the obser.vanre of',days and
r former re- mecudiae suc'essors ccupied. i will give a f,' months,, and times and ycars.' for the clheerlul.
quotations froin the Tracti for the Times,' ulniyt. obedience of fil'-nl 'ove, an aspect of'livsitation and
convenience nidizeriiminat-,y, outf a jatltLttide, that couhue truble,'ad doubt:A*Tr the freedom of the gospel,
source. To g eLordJiis'rist gave lis spirit olthe a spirit ot b,;d^.e-which works. out salvation
tracts from Apostles.; thi- in too lai.-their hands on lose indeed with tfear ad t'embling, but without any
tistin-uished who should _.ib" c,"-.tel 'then, and tkose a- 0onl b foretaste of the re,-t tliat rv maiamitth for the peq Lk.
'-k otl,-ters; and f-.) t!ip-acrei gift hm- been-inded, of God, and without i, believing."
down to our preserJ3i!hia-,s."--Tra,.t 1.
.nced in the "Exalt the Holyldath[rlq, the Bishps, as-ie re- For-'the Advertiser.
fnh" Po.very presentaiive? of die.IpofS alid de 1o1 Angels A l,. Ep.T0B :.--Two eommtmincktions entitled
t til ce .C hurchtszlles O d m Ify 'y our offi s ..-q --
shop of Cal- ng ordained la)'dida to talu, pavIin t^^n ,, Vindieati)n," 'an signed Vesper"' have ap-
are wicked, try."--Tra 1. peared in Nour paper. Their peculiar st)le has
"'For e.Ty. PIP W 'ehave been ---
ay th .t these habit of 'eslin'g or claiit on the ger, In'.ised sone speculation about the autthrship,
the caverns submitting to attqoniv, ;f d,-cency ".-1 elicited many remarks upon the subject which .'
scants ebul. respeting.. prece(rnts'lorg established author tprof'sses to discuss., Permit me to'-
escant ebua- 8.ppealing ito (hdar~arran, which lirt a ...
.? Will be sivellor God's oiba-.ors.--Tru dish a fewcorments upon."'Vesper" and his
Dwn church, 'Christ promis-d to b,'with his Ar .municatiounsvwritten after the manner of-some
as m ministers of' kiks religiJn, even no1 ,.. .
t Ptt Yism, ihe world. 1n m esens,'lth- Apos,s he public talk. .:* .. ..
yleity' The alive till He Ceave ,gainq but thetfn Estimating -tle character of the writer by the.. ,
to "make in at i, 'tuttural time. ^,w 'e h v" temper ofhis articles, it is not easy to de-ternn,
d to make in -pr,-sentattve:, of ,he 'i n i 'I'I -" ;o
so offensive representative of t- ill thgeneration next the position occupied-or claimed to be occttpied"/
*e compared teir death IT.l e, Nsurly whorilev ordamned to -by Vesper'v in scio'-. His warnm devotion-
,11"e dit-, :i -, h t e hl % I-ork Ie' andy
ie Protestant per .oon ou ht., sail 's p" a to id church, o(or its forms) and blind, headstrong
r in condern- -presence, ..tr h.1 ''i!,,s ot ulu alld ordai'fing, of and declamatory defence of a church dignitary,
te ch ti .o l' -t g,-ri, .rarely th ose on
sho nO d er a ,1-, .. t e o lb ld l, td t "..re .. .. i n w lo i h e w ill neither se& or adtnit to exist,
sho.p Ondler- wh,,in the do.lllid thei"3 "p o ssib il of.rr .
)ns, I Ibrbear Traci 4 ; .. the posibility of error, declare V 'esper to b o
r Ap osie-h .*t tllittual -qon% 1h ile'n`
as regular Ap ..tl..ih,d ,'.- --" "" so n, then a of (his) 'hurch ; and '- one w ho m ay read? in +.
rapt, for. the so on .vnto the res!Whfhis sycophaney and adulation the ambitious aspi- ^
"-o t-o .., \.who are at this rations of onewlose dreams ofthis own destiny v
i'll IO w h h 11n e..1 ,1 ,. ,1 A .clt-
ss of general time; th-.. .. : t st t visions of a Mitre, perhaps even of t ,-
.9 g n r a h ~a l l s tI .I ..I t t a- n s w e r 1 S h a l l p. .. .
th the ore of Xive the; i ;, ere, is no doubt Cardinars hat!-o" one who can stoop to riae-.
,. about it ; ,1 M "+a" t-li'-:. .-d-of _, a ...
)or of separa- t Bh ,- b o. st who can bu d -ii nb1y at the nod of eeclesiasti,
e than naked rules itAi ..... ... tihe Biclhop is a pOwer, to -rise from his humility in future daj,.


and fruitful of discords. The princ
lieve, is generally acknowledged : it
experience. *,* One would thinly,
no law existed-that the rule of p
delica,-y would leave to the chosen i
a cure the selection of his own mini
tance. Buta 'supposed admission
ministers would also be, as that write
ed,jn express violation of the thirty
of our church in the United States.
iman could, have held out this -1 i
without ignorance or dishonesty.-
We calmly, protect against being
culpated for either the ignorance or t
tY of another mail. Nor tould our
9f yright+,rectify hisN-wr~ong. On .the
test the justice of your objection to o
tious obedience of duty by a referent
nmrcantile afifirs. If you-have allow
to be involved in a transaction, or It(o
act, opposed to a published statute, d
hold you excusable? On the contrary,
yVOt bound to inform' yourself of the
to act in conformity with. it. .* ."-+
we are puzzled to kcnow what ihis ha
Romanism, or poor Dr. Pusey,yet ifEa
ble fraud has been con-mitted, we wil
!you in asking legal punishment for
so heinous, instead of commending v
sophical submission." :
Here, then," adds the editUrial,
ers of the church are rejected.'" W
builders? and how rejected? It is
by your own act-;and its ports are
to your entrance-and you are one an
in God's name, welcome---and entrea
cipate in- its services. .. We ask not
than that this your earnest zeal f(
should manifest itself in the devotions
ple, whose doors ar'e barred upon no v
shipper.
The esteemed writer excepts to i
of our Vindications. Well, his exce
be just ; but we beg to -assure him th
cherished rio uncharitable feeling wh,
are truly sorry if we have written aug
ing asperity. We shall not useless
charge of harshness, because it is so d
Todsee oursels as others see
that we might possibly bear a beam
eye, while quietlI Npointing to a little
And the onlt ij.ason why we are not
the dust ofw-,rtification, when he ace
trem n Ai estimation" or- our. kn
Satt""a, W-_hal tSo sensible of o
.cies as we patGin UI,.,,,,,,.,
'surely .it imlfies no reflection upon
prefer drinking at .the fountains of i
instead of drawing it fiom the-discol<
that flow through the soil of secondary
A principal end of these Vindicati
achieved, if readers are induced to in%
momentous subjects herein feebly toile
the proper. object of debate-an ex
principles-is forgotten, and there is
discussion'degenerate into personality
instead of truth becomes our aim; it i
profitable to seek guidance in the,.do.
tion, than to wield weapons drawn froi
armnory, on a carnal arena. Begging
your contributor and his friends of pur
respect, esteem, and cordial .charity
them the, compliments of the season, a
wish them years of heart-felt happine












































































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WM. VALLEAU, City Treasurer.
Apalachi.Qlaa Oct. lst, 1843,


PuRT"-T'_-T .- AIPA LACHIC__LA.-.-_Jall.ItT---

7/ CLEAR R E).
Dec 25---hlip Mdirh,, '1 ;;irgT.,,i, 'I \ier, for N
Yotk, by k'ay A: Iart horne. ,;
Dec. 26-Schr'B: oton. Perki',s for N Orleails."-
Schr Lenry Brown, WNhite, fi-r Mobile. "
Schr 'ostilion, fto-mer, f,1r M mobile. -" l :
Dr.-c '7--rI3u Fulh.'onr, Upt,.ii, for Boston, by
D B \ ,o ,,d A o',,. 'I
Bri? 'Eo,:,, Htley, for. New .York, by Kim-
bt'oul 1 R idgwav. : :
Sqc-T-ex\or, Sr,m-itlh, or NeW Orleanm,
Sucllr 'Sarah, MArick, for Clharlh.tori, by tBG
R o0 .'I : .
Ic 28-Sehir Serm1o0e. Tavlor, for N Orleans.
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29-',ri-'HSl.|)' r-Iuron. Pmuie, fbor Newv York, b,

S* AliR"VE D.
D -e 27-Ba-rque John Br,)we r, uStton;1.itPot t-
I lw id .: ... ....
E at'qtU Gioaner. Stev%', ., fin "ll at, .
'- ehr Henry Bro..\n, XVhit-, fii Key West.
,.)e3()-B;.i,.i;lV Noble, Browni, fin Blaltimore'.
^*lr o??nBrdlev, o Nevw Orleani6
",Reh r J a, 11 W a t er, T Cnillp ")I]-o fin 1 1-1 Z % a rl

I .... OF VESSEL S IN PORT. -
, Jan.; ist.:-Sloopi and lidhters not included"
,>i,: : ., ,-,. SH IPS,. ,; .
Ardrewv Scott, Emory, 318 ions, fin Porilani-,
M aste~r. ,.. ', ..- -.+.^ .-,
A[tl'-, S.san-,, eelisi, 3,2 toilsv waiting-D B
IV ,ood& Co. p +
-,ie, Keney, 334 tonis, loading for Boston-D B
W e d -o 6 .- 7G .. .. ..
C irten aIv, (Br. yTurnr, 61.)4S tosnfor: Liverpool
w a tit i i --I A & P C h_ K ain '1"
RdJit. Pnlrk-er, Dxw;ght, 599 ton% from Baltimore,-
Talailias-e, Hadley,48.os fT ivro-
J 1mvl^ &.- C'o. ; .
Chlir,-,.1i:,,,, P--.ick.rd 442 ton, h loading fur New
York-\. A. -Wood. I ,r
L,'erool, ,Coithn, 42S6 ton Tm New York :-vait-
rlng--J L',i A Co. .-+- --: -..a
C -rk,' Solfi ld, kolfitd, 414 rons, loading tor
Ll::: Itverpool--Hurper & HlIe--. 'I"
Atllanta, R-avni<..ud, 3t t,,ns. !oading for New
York--. B. \,ood0 k Co. .
S; ....... \:-:;:- BA RQ UES. !;! .
B5 fer l'ba'r ,.itt, J,.,hrison, 49t ons,"'loading for
...+Liverpool-- J Day & Go.- :' 1 .
Mt.-rsey'. J5T Tu,-.ker, 38.( t:4nl o adit- for Niew
York--B ,..i.her. .; :
Aabimt b _,, ]eri[tt, 3.AS tons, [fr New York, loading
: --Harper Ac Holmes. .. r :: -
Jin Bro\wer. SLItton, 310 oas," loading for Provi-
dence-T-L Mic'lhel.
T)eriu-.. Howes 2,99-.tons, bhloadi for New York
I-- i.mbroi' i &, &Ridgway.. : +
COnimeree,. M tston, 2S9 tois, for Bostoo, load-
in--D B Wood A; Co.
;Ibe't,I G'i._4,.._..289 tons, waiting--Ha'.er &
.tolm es. ..,
Sian, B1an~chard."M272tor!,,101d, loing for .Boston-
D:B Wood A-: Co. -" -
Grn 'ner, Stevens. 2 .'ton.? *- *r
N)ble,- Brown, 273 ,_ons s .
+}" .: +* .i : i l S -' .l- 't + : .- -' + *
Tirl0eon. Bliven, 202 t'on-, loadirg f-" New York
;"--L) HWood &A Co.Q "
Ak'iilia Kinsman,, Dennison, 21R tons, loading for
Baltimore- DB 1d "o, ,Co.
Poneer,r Mitc-hell, 255t, ul.l, for N Y" waiting-
D B Woo'd & C'o. .
Qroline E Platt, Rice. 331 tons, for'New Yorif,
loado,:--McKa\. & v -lurtmh,,rite. "
/,ji.-.-, CLoIoer, 22.* tos, loadig, for- Boston--
. Kimbrougbh& Ridgway,- + : -
Nott-s. L,,v,:laiiid, '220 tons, loading for New'York
N- ourzOle 'v Sto'nle. -"< ,
.* S C H-O O E H S .
Eelen, Sears, 73 tons, loading for New Orleans--
W W A &P C Kain. .
Sl.,mii, J,,ki,,-, 57tons, loading for Havana-
Henry Hodges.
-Aldalia, Smiihl, 53 tons, waiting--Master.'
tos Kte/ly, 52 tons, waiting--Master.
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iind receive the like,D obeisance from future aspi
rants as unscrupulous as himself. While thes
hikI church tones lead us to believe -,Vesper
eititr-nmre or less thann -a lay-churchman, (sup
po4e rm, more) I hesitate to consider him sucl
when reperuse his Vindication No. II," am
see nov far it 'spirit is from the high standard b3
which the world, viLe as it i, expects every pro
foiind christian, and especially every teacher o
thb reli,-iu, of Christ, tto regulate -his .walk an<
"conversation. Where' is the charity that vaunt
eth not itself and is not puffed up-? Where th,
'spirit that wouldd submit to persecution for Christ'.
:;sake, and be blessed therefo'i" in the heavenly in
heritauee. ?I' defend hotnthe articles against

Whit-h Vesper seeks to vindicate the church
br rather the Bis1,Opi but I condemn-,- as do al
the 's; i g-ligiaus'---contra-distinguisied. front
the" good,9'-of our :little community, Ithe per.
490nal vituperation--from, the supposed source
--against, the editor and the impugning his mo0
tives,.when he-sought, apparently and avowedly,
from the best of moti dies, ancd -i common witl
hundreds of his brother editors, to wvarn his fellowv
citizens, from tthe watch-tower of. the Press, o
the danger tlat in his view menaces their iiber
ties.' ':The Editor,-like" Vesper," is' in some sor
aipublic teanlier and sk!itinel; each-is sacred ir
hi,, place, and should be protected in his fidelity
there, but both are obnoxious t,, reproof wheri the,
depart from their several:appropriate places, ar,
this I think "Vesper?": has done.-. Even had thi
editor .bena pesecutor ,rh. (ie church, of--0
greater offenrce to Vesper"-villi fed and abuse(
Bishop Onderdonk, as "- Vesper" feigns-to believe
he would have been best rebuked by mildly show.
ing-him the error into which he had fallen, and
administering to hirn. the gentle admonition of a
fatherin the churcli, who could love allGod's crea.
tures, ai d thus feelinmly. reproi e t'he editors to(
hasty assumption ofvogue and gr,,Undless Cha~rges
Thbe applicationn ofmy remarks, Mr. Editor
ii eviti.?,iit,.for, mal.,'e, tlie doubt thrown a,'ounc
the character of ".Vesper" by the foi)e of hi,
'" Vilulicd.tions," it is w~l understood who "-h
is&I And';as'"he ,iust have. sought notoriety ir
iha(se articles, why, even let me help him to hiM
object.:-- "
1.-Pers.iinally, *I' am" rit sufficiently ac-uaiinted
*Ith<, V 4 private adviser, eluen ri it would avail oyglt1
with him ; but as it ia the duty of some f,'iendlv
person to adviSe& himr of File impolicy of 'is course,
I asSune it n iC this r,_>ghli and uncourteous man-
tier, without pretence (f mcc.kness or, logir;
that lie inaV nor I ,,H ',-;f .c^ .' .. ,.,r,,,
btt- lat'el l tillfor him by many. Ife has throwti
a public: gauntlet that anyone could properly
take up.,,anddif in tbhe encountel he gets most
hard knocks, the le~s,)n, like sjoelle btOner ones..
may teach him that is well to avoid, asfar as
p0o.sible,' theJ'oles 'as 'we'l as the ',vices -of -f his
weaker fellow-mren. The weaker ones, when
they see the righretrs tottering -I their high p1a'
ces, from liuman frailty, are full apt to ac %.hii
Basia. u- .. /it! .l'i i; '"
.,.~~ ~ ~ q 0, 1 i pIg ),
W'.7 W h:,( ,!.imrei d error, l)'.i ,-<,je sole:. brow
+-' XVilll blz.-.--" I a,,.l,.^.^.,yv,.- t- l-a .t t, ....
"+ 111idt, IIP-W1" gr;1...i,1s w ilh f,,ir ornan ient "
-.- There is no vic a iln .impkl-, bur : So 11 In Ile itrk of vi.'ue on is otlt\vard parts."
Rave charity, f1-iend Ve\'eser; believe otliers
have L gnod con'srien'ce a and are actuated by
g,)o,.d motives,-th06gh tbeir course may diverge
from your's as far as the East .fr(om tile WWet. hIn
ywur own :place .and dLutir.;?f'you can be. enttffetly
useful,; respected and+ belov;,ed. In contaet witth
spirits-qf rougher c~ast/ yot.f must expect fl4 mo.st
briisiiii.. When you write agaiin, letit be under
thie maflntle of charity; an31 miny it be broad enough
to,:cover your errors and tho-;-f of a SINNE.R.
- T[lie"N'-W Y'orfk True+. Sun. say?, tlhat real
et-sat is siellin..; in that. city for double the price it
brought two yearsago: "+"' ..
~ -f_. The annex';d ,, r:,<7i-, from tite C'ity Treas."
,rer, shows the5 rr-fi,.r, t an} ifL-'Fjr-f-m,.n'Is of ilie
City...fimds, from. lhe_ /ih' of Ay.rpiil t. to the lItI ot
O ,.-tob,'r, 1843. -' :, : ...^ ..
Cityof ,lpu~datriitiohi ir -ac'count current with
'*-""* Ht'l/711Ja l'alleau, Treasurer. 'i:

April 15--To cash paid D G 1,,uncy for one- .
blank,"b(?ok+ ,' - ^ 5
." 24--Cash paid order comtnitt+.e on


improvements, 28'23
.25--Amiunt 'paid J W Babcock,. -
.. rent of Council Chamber re-.
S" ; '+ ceivod fi'om County, 17 50
Iay ll-rCash paid by order ofdc..iinittee -
on.improvements, 25 50
12--G-Cash paid DGRtanev ei,.npa'ri
of e..co 0 tj passed in favor of 'A
J WV Hammond for $106, /'S7- 00
-"' 12--Cash paid, bill of T Sullivan, 3 '-
18-Do. S Sc eif : 4.
S.-. 19--Do. \-W Harmraon4 -on acts -
-" passed by Comncil. ," "5 '-0
f. 19-Amount Finance c'owrmittee re-
ceipt for scrip bunt- .- 335 93
July 31-Cash paid Patty D<(vis for board
of Pauper, 10: 00
Sept 30-Amount.of City Due Bill-freWd-- -
from Tax Collector, 1 4945 @9
0 0-Amount of Scrip and interest-
due thereon,- ree'd from Tax -x
Collector and burnt' .- -8 82 97
Oct. 1-Ballance Life & Trust anQ :: ; .
Union money,.......8343 25
Cash,..... ....... 139 32.. ,
....' *" + +' "-"---- 48257

.* *.-' $ 827 776
1843. .'CR.
-Aprl 15--By balce in Treasury.
-Life& Trust and U
Money,--._,,........ $343 25
:' By-Cash, ........... .:<:t..^,, .. 85+46> } ;
.**. *' .- : + +--- 428 71
"- Amount rec'd fm Ellison & Ropes .
"I .--on ace't of their taxes, (scrip,). 33-62
gk -Awnioutt reed fw county for rent ,
f:-. . CouncilChanmber, 17 50
May ll--AmR rec'd fm six weighmasters, 3!- 41
D o. fin Harbor. Master, 3, S4 50
";: 3l--l )o. fim Tax Collector, *- 85 $8
'Do. Cityduebills nd oritio 613007
June ,0-,Do. fra the six weighmlasters, 56 77
July 7-Do. fm weighmaster Goodlett, 90
:* "' -" .- .--


For the Commercial Advertiser.
, TO A -SOLITARY -FLOWER-, ,
Plucked from an Indian Mound, near Apalachi-
cola, 22d December, 1i-13.
; Sweet, simple flower! and-thou, did'st-wave ,
Above the mound --the Indian!s grave 1-
I foynd thee there to-day; ,
. Where Chattahooch;e's waters lavey,
Tlhou bloomed Iw -esleeps .full many'a brave
; ', Whose souls have fl'd away. ii

Sweetly thou bloomed in modest pride!,
Thou seemed "ag if an Indian bride, '
Stilliig i'ring there, did stray,
To wail and weep; and watch beside .. ,
The graves of th-3se who longhad died ,
/-. :: Alone, for them -to pray.- ; :.
I plucked thee, -withi-a ruthess hand,
From ofT.thy tonbh of snow-white sand, :
; W.: ^.Where-thou, tooj would'st decay,"
And sleep beside rlit Indian" band,;
Whose'sons hav 61left either Ua lh,-Man,, .,
.. /. And all'are now away. .'. ++

.: Yet ally, sweet flower!, must fade .andi, die,
; ;And thou in withiered death must lie, '
i";'"*'* :* Before to-moirrw's day., -
- n "Eei while we heav,-the gentle igi +
' ;Fr-those who've.sbared to realms bn high,,.^..:
i, : '- W e're gliding: n hlie way. ..+
0 may we. mark in drooping flower,
'Or indiatn mondi,~--tthe warrior-tower,-- '
"":+' i: W her. now- the wild'deer play,; .. -
Or gilded tomb, with rosy bower,-
.Or.lonely graVeiat evening hour, i. .
That all nist fade awav. LgCY.- '


RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. ,
SPe,' stia.iner Florence-30-17 bales cotton t0,J Day
:& Co.; to Lockhart & Young; 300 to Ki11-
browih ,&Ridgway.,
Persemer Apjlachicola--545 bale "eottto
IIper A& e&-Iohnets; 27S to McKay &-: Hartshorme-;
73 to Kmh'othgli & Ridgway; 63,to D B Wood \r.
C'o'; 36 toLoekhart & Young; 12 to D Guddard ;
2 to M 11 ladwin &" Co., and"22 sacks corn to
.rLockheart;L Young. *. -' -..
-Perstearier Jas Y, Smith-15t bales_ cottonto
-Lockhart &YoMwgl; 10(o to W A & &P GKain;. 75
t, A Wylie;'20 to, Perry & DiL,1-kilson; 62 b lfi ,of
rosin to" ..or &-C0. -
Per .steam,- Lowell--276 bales cotton to McKay
;*-Hartshori-; 360 to,' D'B Wood & Go0+' 160 4to
Mfoore Ac Mc,.tzie; 76 to W A & P C Kaii; .50 to
Locknart& ,, .ni ... l: ;
: Per stte,.,meiSire1n-5 31.l.es eotti:n to T IT &c -C
Austin, 6 to G.Ranev; 3 t. Tillinglia-i, Stark
*&G Co. 2 to Ltekhart & Young; 8 boxs tobacco
to W G.Porter&-Co: .
Per steamer ;'hiole-267 bales coit'on. 'to Harper
-& 'Homnes; 167;o Preston & Maclay; 100 to D B
;.Wood & Co.; .5, 10 W A &S P C Kain;- 41 to Lock-
hadrt \:, Young, "<
Per steamer Iow-ton-So9 bales cotton to D'B -
W ood,&; Co.,; : -.,. 7.. ,
Per steamer 0onee--229 bales-cotton,:to DB
W,,od &;Co; 1.32t: 6Kimbrough &.PRidgway ; 107
.to Nourse A& Storv,,; 100 to Presto. Ai Maclav; 95
:to j R ee'; 10Q to:rder. .
I .er steamer A,.,,.ist;[a-261 bales, cottn to Hill,.
IDawson&Co.: 1,t 10 harper &,HolImes; 156 to
L,,ckliait & Youn'; 1337 to W A &' P C Kain; '83
to' M,:-K-,y & 1-artzioririe; 6s to Prestonr & ,eiad.;
51 to J Day A. Co.;,46 to Flewrilen z Puitt; 22 to
W G Porter A Co;.6 t, M,:ore A MeKen-).ie.
Per steamer Stir._i--j4 lhales CLuttoator 1. &
:C H Ausfiion.; 2 toIG .-n, .
Per barge tl ipola.-.l) bales cotton to T i-11 &
;C H Austin 75 to .UG Porter& C; 4 to F-,rrior
'& Co; 2 to'Pres.tor, Maclay; and 135 l id!,-;-to
S Schiffier. "; '
Per Cotton Box fl. Alhbn v-23 bales': coton" to6
J Rees; IS, to.W G ]rter A Co T3 to Perry &
D ic k i n s o nf -" -
'- : "E^).': TS. Xi
N)EW ,ORK-P.>hip Marrha Wadhijigton-
.1075 balf-Sa cotton.
| Per -_lip Hi.iron-157l bales cotton. ^ : 1
0 P,:r brig .Eotltl--311oalv.^ cot,,,,.
i ;NEW ORLEANS-Per chr.emilole16_btl,--s
cotton ;'l-hr Fhlrodian137; chir Boslon 121; s,"hr."
Tex rIbr 111. '. "
.BOSTON- sPer briak'loner 65lj.hales coi'tvn.
C : IIAR LETCON-Peblchr Sarali S4but.l.cotton.
+,::.." :-... PASSENGER,.





; ,2, P0 FOR LIVERPOOL.-British; -barqu,
r a ROBERT WAYTT4,, JohAson fatry
Si^ now disehargiiL, and witbe readtt
receive f eight in a few days, for which apply'to
: decll ."D J.DAY & Co,-',:


Chamber of Commnneree.
-THE. Annual' Meeting : of )['lie Apalacfri',,ula
J. Chamber of Commerce will be held on Tues.
day eveiiinl the"-d'ii,-itait. -at half-past sev'n
o'el,,ck, at the Mansion House. '- : ,, ?
.- +.- :. '- .'.R G. PORTER;
Jan. 1. 1qf. l .ecretiry. :.:
R6. Ellisoma & Co.,
DEALERS IN ,MIiS.:I.:,LANEOUs. GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,;
: : N o 33 W a ter street, ..
decly I .- Apalachicola, Fla.
Robersn', Aleu n& Co.,
H-FAVE on hand and for sale:
Sheet and bar Ihroi; "Blackstmith's Tools';
i German, .English Blister and Ca.st ste,.; .
Ca i'auld(on Kettles from 20.to 120 gd s; .....
I ollowx W are, whr, ltsale rand retail *:- : '
Wrought and Cut Spikes; Naills;
;. Bra?- Andirons ; Fire Irons; .'- +.
.Platlaorm cales, BeC rns arn BallIies ; '- '* !\
"Tin Ware of alt kinds, wholesale &A retAin'."
A l6 ,,.' a g e n .ra l ,- o-rf eme o f H .ird w a r e.ir :
They are-also; prepa,',-d to altend t,'an" o'dt:,i'
+for Iron4or B'a rcLs Cn,,tingk?, Bl., .rniiiitz, Tin,
;Copper ht hon work, or Tin Ui[d Cbpper
R,-1fi nig on red o1ible it,:rins. jani ly
JUST IRECEIVED per brt Caroline E. Plat : .
Y'. hialf'reamtis pl-,ain and ruled Lettt -r P er ,
150'fin, Linen.Bosom Shirts, at ;ill prices, .
1,_i1) c':' t' C cotton ,* '
! ;.. ^ 5.~frilled st ,ped + ;'::-" .:: 7;' .
-'75.red Flannel (, .. .. "
*- i-.1, pair *ast'd dassimiere and sttihett Panlts,
100 ". Negro Pants and Jackets, -
2.cases imen's black and drab sporting Hafits,
_ + ':: -I" ."-boy's fancy round ". -
; '' 1 -." men and boy's :Cloth-Caps, : .-
' i- Also, men's glazed, fur and ,'el\ef Caps.
- _Q a00 p ir men's Ki-p Brogars, at all price;, ':,+
25 ". gerfit's ne black and cold Gaiter Boots,
5;'' ; .'., <" .:. sewed calf Boots.
GENT'S FINE STOCKS.., ::.
4 dozen latest st/le black and culred Satin
:' Stocis. '.F r -dte by ": .
....3t : -: V F. KOPM'AN. -
:jaal'3X -
lUnifett S afes of AnBterica.
"TERRITORY OF FLOOR IDA-DISTR1CT OF
.,..+.;'*: "'-A.P-ALACH1t-OLA..- +.: +,
Tu, Pr''idtnt of the-United Stafes: *> .-
To the Alarishal of the dpalachivola Districlf,
:*:*'.-. "G reetin g -: : ;: / ..... .,- .- ; *
"W'HEREAS, Samuiel Xlsardi has exhibited a
] ,,Libel in'. the United StWatiis District Court
sitting as a Court of Admiralty, lallegi-ior, Eind
propounding--That lie is entitled to, compensa-
tion fi": salvage in saving the schiooner Williarr
RX Df.fin, lately driveif ashore in a gale, of .wvjid
In, the l,tr)or''b'f St. Joseph. 7 : =
-We command, .yu that you attach, siae ,nd
take nrto _.c ,:idyLthe-schooner, William R-Dan'fi
her apparel, tackler and furniture",'comaanidd ,\>
Edward 3. enkin a~nd now lying in the Port of
Ap laclicola, and s- f-ly keep the same to answer
the libel of Samuel Alsal'di. And \vIler.eOas, the
Jtdge of tihe District,, afosaid hath ordered andl
diet.e~md this .writ to. issue. for-, all persons coron-
cet-ntdto :ipp,-az at- the city of ".Aj.alachicolTa on
the -seeond Monday of -Marchh next,- and. shoQN
cin_-c, iftany they have, \ I hy judgment should: not
pass* as pray-ed. You ai .t!ierefure hereby ,autho-
rised, empowered, and; strictly enjoi ned p-eremp-
torily to cite and ad1m0nish all persons whatsoever
ha-,ing., ,1,r pt-'etenldinig to have, an'y right, title,
cli~ior iiteIor est i, or to the said schooner l !-, libelled
ac-onrist as aroret-id; b A'publielv affixin'- a copy Of
thiii ii!0ollo ii'lto i.tie', titid n-mastoflthe sid sc ,houn-
4e9,-aud, put1, -iiug thu same in sume newspap-er
published in said city for at. least, fourTeen dals
-b-efore. the retufndsy thei_ t;, and by 51i lawf,"l
means whatsoever w-hereby this rn:rfitiorilinay 1,r?
made. most +public and hiotorijps; to be .and ap-
pear boelote-the Judgeafor.aid at ihe time and
place aforesaid, and also 'to attend upon every
session to be held there and fro.m thince until a
definitive sentence shafl be read and pi,'-mil.-ed
in the said business inclusi'Vel, Df-any of them
shall think it their duty so. to do' 'to-hear:; abide
by and perform all -and singular sucjITIdlicul acts
as are necezsar -to'be do-,ne and expe-dited -ia- the
premises, and further to do and receive what 11to
law and justice shall atppertain, undIer tlie pain
of the law and contetimpt thereor, the al'sece and
contumlacy of them and. very of thim :.,twith-
stand~irg. And whatsoever-yoaf shimil do in the
p'retrises.gy:i:u shall1 duly 'certlvify't110 the J, dae+
-at,,resa~id at thd time nail place'aforesaid t,,iaetther
wirth these t:,'L-ser, ts.. -
Witness the I-on'lSantuei Cr,'naek ",, Judo of
our said District Cou't, tlns 2,th d", o' ....e-'
ber. iS43.J. ;, GEORGE F. BALTZELL, "
+ jant .. .. *- ..;.. : +" '"' Clerk.
Recei very's Salc.
Benjamfin F. Nourse, adrninis'-; .-. ,: *'.*
cra t er ; (d e b-o n is n o n ,) o f e s- ,"" .. ....
tate o f (_)C R a +m o nd d ec'd ] .:" ; ** .'
"co'pl'iiiiinan. '-:- .:: IN CHANGERY
s -. +'{ .. ; : -." *. ...^
Abraham K Alli.son= snt iVina. [ -
partner, Raunktn, et al. J
IN puirsti.i:,nee of a decretal order, rtm,],,- iu thie
-iabove nan,,d c'an Honorable Judge ,.f the Stuperior (_-.*ourt 1,-1 jnd: for
Frrankhin C.ounty, "IttIlng as-i : %s a C~nourf E't^nt; anhl
by virtueol" t $. p'owers.. tli :wehy, vested t,:i'.n ]


snhal on ;'.:iturdav inti -econd d~i' of [ar.h n.\t
proceed to sell 'at Public Au,_.t-ii' to th, Iii lis
bidder, the I'--llowing ileicnbed prt-ertv%+',.) wit:
Lot ,No. (5) five. in bloc-k D 1., s!itrated on
I\W after te[, il !, e Ciry of ApaL,.,chidol;.I, thirty
e;l_, affront by e*igh !y feet'deep, havih, thtr,--oii a
brick store of thr,..f -toriet,. -:- .* '
Also, Lot-N,,. (13) thirteen, in, b 1 o{ D,.,, situa.
ted on Cumreree tctreet in said t'(III thirty feet
front by eil.hty d,.ep, haing there, a brick build-
Jng,o ^f olle y'k~w as-thj,? ".PlxF.nix lloiise "'
Tit- 6 11Ptle to bt'co..eyed by this sale being all
tb nialut, title ulitl iretIrest of'O C Ravmoiid, late
of -tsd.county, raid A K AllIIon, in ud to '.id
Proper.. L .. s c
STorin Is:-(^-. oit ah and the remainder- in
'Six' twuhezleand ei-h-leen roontihs, wviiTh -,0dloirftt
and several ii.-; ter seeurity, z^.tisfdcior to thie
R~e'eiver, and-n. .title to be gi'en until said notes
shall L,',-- l i ,1. .. .,
: BENJ, F. NOUSE. Re, ewer.
,. ,. A.AMIYERS, AuctUineer.. .
;A 1-1 1i.t loAJh,, .da,-.lst, 1844. : 'V ; 3::i! 8m
"TOT!CE.--.B-y virtue .f two ri fas from the
.A.. .I,.;,;./, Court of Franklin count\, in laver
of. AlbertL 11,-an %s.. L.-A. Phelps and'Ed.-J. Sa-
gendort, I .1 V\e levied on thesteai mfoar.- Fanrn"
as,! e_-rI .,rty6f*,aid Aefendants..and will pro-
ceed to-se-"'fi"r inte-rest in the same at t1:'clock
a. m. on t!he fis^t Monday in Fe,,ruary next, in the.
city fAp":, aicola. :J. VW. HA.5M OND,
.De .';-', 1- :'. Const.able.
-Silp Chiandlery.
H .AMMOLINE, I-ouelhne, W.,ornline, Rat-
line. Marline, Hand Lead Llite,, Pendai
Halyar Lines Log Lines, Spunvarn, Packing
Yarn, Oakmn, Sein Twine; Sail d(-;. B1ix Hooks
Bale do. .. do-..h. Can do. Spikes, M. A lini do.
S_,apers, Making Ironsi Caulkintg 'do. Caulking
I.lets, Hand Pimps, do. Spikes, do. Lead, Deep
Sea Lends, apstan, B.r.-s, 'CoM.'Sweaves, "Block
Pins,.Deek BuLkoeis, do.:.Broomns. Sheaths and
Belts, Mouunted Paln'-,'Pump Leather, Rigglng .
do. C.- i-:mn T -, Co.,I do. .:Turpentae, Pitlch,
Vr,'i-,ih, Paints, Oils, Linseed Oil, CordaP,
For.IW-l,v .. +- : A. \OOD, i
c -."25.." 23 Water st.


^ FOR BOSTON-The'fast-sailing brig-
yrl JUNI~iu, 1 Cooper, master, having her
astx.entire carp) enigaged and going on board;
w I 11 have despatch.' For passages oily apply tou
dlecl 8 KIMBROUGH & -RIDG'MA Y.
,.^-FOR-NEW YORK-'The brig, GQARO-'
Qg LINE-Fl.-.PLATT,, Rice, inasfer, hav-`
n-Yaii half of her Ccargienga,a! .despatchk,-!,0For freichlt or paagajpito
,-,..,..^.McAY & H XRT.S HRNEt
*lyl _10' Water St. |


.^-^ FOR PROVIDENCE.--The Barque"
1 :JOH N-V; B1R l, E R; : S.tton, m akstr,;H w il"
Siiiia .hwave in-irnediatc despatch. For freiglit
1 jpassla _.e, appiy to ; \ '" ... +:
.P'tnl : 'THOS{'L."MITCHEL.'-
^E^ FOR NEW .YORK--PachEt .6f: t'd^
[ 1 Ist -Ja.iar'.--Brig MosEs, Loorland,
master., -having a- Iull cario engaged,-
will sail as above. .1r passage apply. ..-
": ....... :- .; NOURSE,. & STONY?: .
- dec.2.)<.+-1.:^ :-+ : -**- I^ \V W aierst .


, jns FOR NEW YORK-The fine copered'
+| ,, k bark MRsY, Tucker, master, has most
I h of her cat'o engaged and goin-g on boarded.
'For balance of f re i ght apply., to '
.d2.3t :-" ,BENJA IN SALTER,s.
;dec25 3t; Q. ^ ,:5 Water st. -


i;i -FOR NEW+YORK-The shiip ATA-
' y^ LANTA',- tayMprindmaster, tis 'moktI
sl~ O' .i-f her caig, engaged .nd oing lt board
tor balance f"freight, apply -tT : *'
i v'-r:,- ,.. .- ,j.^AY& W0i" '1
i de1/ ::"-:'. L :" + ]-:- ; ^ ''- 5g2W ater st.
. "-.*, p -;FOR NEW. YORK:-The fimfa-t-
, " 'sailing-copper and copper-fastend- ship
\ S C HAR LEMAGN Et,'Packard, master. For,
!freight or passage, appply to IV.. W. AV. WOOD ""
, dec11 23 W viterst,.,
' ^-.E-fi. FOR. NEW .YORK.-The brig.JtEa
, TAMORA,-\, Asbby', master, having a ftl-
a3cargo .engaged under, deck, .for. dec,.
+ fieight.or passage, apply saqb.veor,-top-;-
' ;".*,i ,.... ; -,.. NOTRSE&'STONE,
dec7' 4," 64. Water..sr.
. F O- FO EAQV_6ORI--The ire,, fast-
^ ^sa'{in g iaaqut B A AMA, Mefrrittmas.,
rte,, having lk-r freight engaged' will
meet with. despateh. for freightt, ppy. to: t"
Captain,,or to .., *. ;. .' +., -':, j
,.e, 1 "KIMBROUGH.&-R!AGWAY.

PARR'S LIFE PILLS1!t
THIShfie :Hetbal Middieine :haj i-arcely been"
-1. iilroduteed into the Unlited States six months,
yet.in th.s?,.hor( space,-of time, without any extra-.S
,rd inary e-xe rtIIons on the'palr t-ofthe -Proprietors,,
its salsehias increased with l-ller-r'n ly in the Soutv,, if bqI,, p'e:-;euliaitl.v adapted to
11tI ,,M !. r .-I iz,-. ) .-..1 'teI ". ," ., ..
.._oit..,.? .. ;,n^,, .)} t!;.. I 1 the n mo: sW ,angulrie ex-
pecttt havns [ta'e been rtoore than realized, and tlhe
eliciency or the Medicine *"eAb'ished on _t sure
ootring. For congestive and intermitta'ni-fevelq
rever.. &;.ag e, and.all di .-easesof the kind it i -a'
most cervail cu re. .'jo^
Stmadl boxes 25 cents. Large 50 cents.
'For.sa],e,by.,., B. ELLIS, 28rWater st.,
S'' } .-i Sole' ).Aget- forir-he,-P.oprietors.
Apulachicola. Dec-. l-th, 1S348. '-
.') "k '-BBLS Potatoes, ,'
< 20 ,bilW.Ap lo-s, 10 b tos dried 'ao
v) ",bbis Baltihriore, Howard street Floutr, .
!Ie apackagesinprilge'fa-lvB,.ttte5, eofitaiinK
'Tf{ lto ,O bs'each, for sale 1ow by '
jan1` 9, *"'- S DILL &' Co, "-9 water st
CASES Thick Bo'ts;, '.3 do thin ,do.
:-,5 dol uiset and: 14ck Br^anS,
,t: 1 do Laidies'Shoes, of vjrlotus kinds-
'F.!or sale low by .. ,S DILL Co, .
jan1 ., -" ". "2'9 water st .'.
N OTICE--Six vveeks arer date 1 slhall apply
t6 the" Honorable thie Judge of the "co--ty
cottrt of Fi'acfklini county, for letters ,of-Adininis.
tration 04 the estate o' f Ino Ro, rs1e of said-
county deceased. ; -
Janua ry i,. :. ....... ,"-V; HAMMOND. '
012 m'onmiwamo ent, '.
I` BALES .:Heavy Cottin. Osnaburgs, iulT',
Y/ lot nlrgro wear. for skle low for caish,'bI .
... FLEIVELLEN ,.& BUTT,'" ,i
jan, ,-:..i.:-,,,^ *- ^ No 2 Columl 0s Block ""
-IGARS.--A- s'-ter~r article *of Ha'ana Re-
2'galia Cigars, for sale bv
+ i 1 W IILTMARSH & RICHARDSON, "
jani .;. ; .. ,:.+ 27,water street.
BB1.S., Pilot, and .Navy Bread.; ilso allot
5001 of.first q(Uiahlit. GO,:shern otiter, ,n snall-
kegs for lhtnilv use, l~r ale bv I' ";n ,,'
;:"'-+WHITMARSH & RICUH.A'RDSON,
jan : 27.-water s,'eefP
"A fine rinrilch COW IVt.CALF fbU.P or
. [ low, apply to.- FARRfff'(&'Co.; '
.^ iy1." f No. 14 Water st.
/q1 -BBLS of-ROSIN, for sale Ltv, _
U61 ..--. -apply to'. FAR -OR ic C".,
jyl t .b^.+.:'.-l.V- W teryt,.,.;'
Sta ae SDB'yGoods..
1 rE have on cu.,sie and i r :sale Vey'Y
VV Iowa.iaritity of-STAPLE GOODS, c-,)I
sistir, o _,pi'iht!S'f evn,' descriptlioxn, Cotton, is-
nabur 1, .Shiirtings, Sheetin Glasgow.jot;e?;,
& c., &,- .wiineh w-ill be sold *lowv t',- 4 bare'co"m-:
missilon oil New Yorkc cost. i ,.
-,..,.< ., ,..+ .. ....... -R R ro C O ., .
jyt ",, *-_ < .: + *. .'. 44 W ater st. :
Fra ncis Io'p aan, .I...
D' EALER in 4.,otS, Shoey,.Stale and.-^ancy
Dry Goods, Cl-othin,:. HPats Caps, Saddie.',
&c., Chestnuit Street, A palactbicla--has on: hand
and is constantly receiving additional supplies to
his asso't nient ir, the: ahoyc- line, suitable for both
ciiy ard country trade." "
i., \)ust arrived and dis,:ilargmin per ship Liverpno,-l
from New, York, .7,vf.,at c'+ses of M31erchayidisie.
contaifirg Boots, Slioes, Ck_thin:, Hats, Caps,.
&c., all of'.which are ofri-rt~d atid-"witl be sold a
the .very .!,v:st market price fbr C.-.,, 1 **; ...
"O n T U \ -S) F C f T H -E IH O L I D .A Y S *". .. ..
- +. _e~ne rtire:'cj-e ,ssurtcd Toy\s of every variety,
suita~ble .tor Chris.ttaasi attd New Year's zifts for -
eh ildr.:,!. decl '3tf
N u flL'E--Jum\ LIU.AS, Inspector aig, fi~ea-'
.- surerof L,,nhter frir Frarklhn cou~A^hop +
to tHerit aiic.re~ceive a share of Ipat^16 "ie L
^ \ 7 Ceil' *-/


b A. j 'Lt+, D A YS- o f tk i O [ l e S T 2'J A& [M S H I P S ei5 st a m d F I. -;. -)a r e nc A I e- r.. F r... ,- 1, r
-+ + + lrOill L ivt\erpool. "rolllB sio I 4e-..Ale CA ST- '... , 1 "" .
Brit-emni. Jrtdiew .,... ec 1.- J-all'-',-,;:. s ." .- Per At, mte n, r -A.patlaenlold --:rs.IN l-ollnesand
Brt nn a Fb wi t F eb I ;": I' '" a r q st.' daughter. M iss Jane,'Suton. AM iss M alinda. P orfer,'
.ld I ,.... .I[R c DN -5h-. .. A Po ti- n -t.I,_1.. /+lyt IH olmeI s.'
Acadia, .RhNe,........ Mar..4th...... Apr 1lt. Per steamer Lw il-.'apt. J M AMoore ard'fa-
". .il\': E B-jrard arad.fal,; .A L ,_Grant andfa-mi-
EXCHANGE. Iv. .M.Ir. L F S',-,w ow N,-;: IDr. Lockhart; Gen'l
Checks at.sight OItr'N York.-- ",.r.: : ;. Gad.on, Maior Ohitt, A 1, r F LF Rogers, G-eo
... Aua sta,....,.[a' .. / : hSpencer, A r, Gra ata. 1 -Iar-in-ron.
*"'. Bostot ..... i.-- p c prenm. Pe'-t.eatner.Jas_ ._S irt- Mr. NIawton, child
S n Charlesto, 9 servan.;D Mfss B LaVton, A,WyVie, Taylor-
: "u" "- ." ,-.SdVatlthR.,..-2 + ;R,,, Ltt, Hill.
Bil <,-r New York..-.+30 days... "p.r edist. + ." Per te:tlltel"Bost on-- .M Louis J,"AzII .a d. .
** t " +. "' ....6 ,0 d a v'? ...~l . t( +' ':" W -E l.To e s. + : ;
'*'*'.f i^ *" .. ..9.) da\'s...22 a 2t, P er steojm ei' Oc;nee- B 'ak.:r. i" ', '
On allother Northern i Liies, .ie samer rates. Per steamer Or-(nee-t G'l J11-.-li. .
--+ '.x 7 "; Tt .. ._ ,L : 't-'--'"' ,r ''.-- r" LT ......... . +,+'+ .... t r ,-


. ^ "". ... ,,_ -ir- .. ,.t11 *11 r1imt v',' l-nI, t.. i:t i i- I'
lOUs; J[,:Js.yPhnlipl .'St,.kio_,.Spratt BrJiht,
SJ \,estnmorelad and. 5 neFies. ,; ;


.'LATEST. DATUS i ,.
Liverpool....... DRec. 5.1 Nw York ...Dec.. 22.
Havre.,........ Nov. 30. New -rlea;, .' ; 25' '
Hava,,a,.. ,-.. '" 2.lCtharleston., i;.. J!', -25 -
q c< A TT.TTr. 'n\ A TTQ i ^-rp A Air ^ '-


, To r;Liverpol,,......-,. ,::. ....5-S,.1 pr Ib.
'.*.' Ne~w York,. ;. .... :... :... .... 5-8c ". .
' *" :. ; oston, ... .., ..; ,; ...,.,,, ,.+ c/.5-8"'')+ .;* ,

\ \ "" "'i ; 'COTTON MAFKET. .. .r+r -
W e I ave !t[ill to report free sa.es of Cotton, and
a datly in].rovin .-m;rket.+,The preteithioiis of
holdtr.i seem to. be almotai Noundle..-s, which ren-
1 ders it very difficult to m ake? ttitaiion but vi e
7 shoukt a1;-ny2 r1r ordinary 714-91c8|.; middling 8a a 9;
1 middling. ftir94 a 9L; fair 40. 3 ; -
, The sales for fire RPk, p to th-e -"0h e l0't., foot
tip 1o 3131 b.tls, principdal'y at 9 WeS. -e.give
Dal, f.ir- -!.--r ''!ows.:_-6.atle~s.at6tc. 11a6j; 23a
,; 53 a 7,;' 23 a 7j; 29 a.7 11-146 18 Ia 7; ,33 a:'$S
4-7 a S'1 76 aSj;;-20" a-8g,-213 a S'; 2.1 a. J;- 438 a
S.1; 36 a T;--9 a 9; a 7 a 9!a:156a 94; .68- a 9W
3 46 a 9J.'-** *-' ;. ; *
,COTTON S.FATEMENT._ .
Stock on hand.......;.... .. ,21 ; .
R-eoe:.'e[ d gi,{,i. our las{,......... -6,463
1 .; ^p t'e v\ i o sl y.. .... -. :*.+ :; 1 ,9 5 6 + / "
.. .: i3- : 8,630 balts.
Exported" since oiqr ],..:..... ,4,230,
". Previously; 85.:,.?3-10 *
d ': iNt '=l f *{ -' --- 1 2 ,5 7 0 :
:. .-Sfo -k oin liand nwt cleared,.. ...'. 0 "
'- '.T+FORE N I^^ALIRKETS.
.T LI VERPO(JL, Dc'. 5.--We have to r,-,,.,-rt a
C.oAidrabio amoutt oft t, si.-iess in our" C,'n
Murkiet during tlef past fortnight. Tb,. quali'e,
rnotf inrdem,,tnd we're thoee below fair Mich
ttou,h eomriarat-elv dear, wore isoughlt a ter
efujalvly by tll trtde'and speculators; S- ich .i,.-
Kttes lha-e inprov\'d gradually ,J per iI): the Iutter
kinds full v maittiri former prices. The sz-vas of
the \reek" endin.2 2.4t]1 Nov. were 31.(630 bas.in-
cludi, 26.270 .3nmerican; weee-I endibi? 1 Dee.
42.34;-) balz-_i r, iiic'din't.q 29,3! Amn ric.3n- ,-""fv,-icl
-'--.- t y.,..J ,A rican and 82(0 other
?,orts. 'On S."%attuday rhe sales were 401110 NpwP.trday
3500. Upland i-. a"4,1 5,1 a-i5, 5.3-a5 N0ileans
4.f a 4', 5i t.51 6L ;+ 7 Mobile!1. a.47, 5- a 5.'-.-
*5. a 6. The i),- ,ij t i -,fCotton 'from'ls l 'tAna tary t'_P
L.stU Dve. wds 1,499.000 bales, iiie-lu,'ijiq 1,237.00J
Americun. a-gin-mE 1,132,Oi and S65,00(fuptosame
date, lS.42. Onr.'present, stock is .inated at
659,000 bales, against. 420,000 ctt saree perid llist
)year; -'ep'tratel\'of Aniee4caanwe no\ihold 443,tib0)
against 232,(:00. >". ., : "
H AVRI E, Nov. 30 --COTTON.--Market.flat dur-
ilg ,he htelat weeki. Prices have gi mciv, ai,,l ,
declineof, --a 2 has taken place 01o mliddlin, and
inferio r. ..ited : "-s des ricptioii, at ,'hLch re-
dLuction eviei, there seems little dipo4.ition on the
part of dealers to operate largely.;,
H ArM I-r, Nov. '4_--C',.ON--w ,asn less
request than the preceedIng We_ k, though --n.er-
ally speaking, prices went 'ot lower, 150fbales
Georgia: having reahzed 41, 1 Laguayra.4 ,-and
a small parcels Pernambuco ab:iut 6-schper lb.
.AMSE-DA.M, Nov: 3.--orro,---Prices are
lowei.,and United State's is w)w quoted 2i to 34c.
.--.'. DOMESTIC MARKETS.... ,
.,,EW' ORLEANS. Da?. 2:3.--CoTT,-1N---The
market-on Wednesday.^n^ Thur.-day remained in
a ver'y ursetN'tN shtt,-., he -alP s were reported
at 5000 bdle- ', aa cert'per lb. decline on'the
prices current la 'Week. Yesternav Ilie market
OF -" '" '" .onqiyand I.)c:tore the close
o. the day, s'oOe.0t%,Zbales clhaanged hands. z The
prices are said to be ve'. nutl, and in most instances
theg an. d cent per lb, Niuired, leaving our quo-
tations the same a's they w' -. before tle rrmval of
the European packet's newso the 19th til. The
pr :.1pal sales are: Said to havebeen made onspec-
u ta, i on The' estimate of the Ptobable 'eceipts at
this port, since the confirmed' counts of the
destruction ,of theoungathered portion ofthe crop,
ill Louisiana. and:Mississidpi, by "e rains and
flood, are materially reduced. -
NEW.-YORK, Dec. 20.--COTTON,--i( market
strengtferned by"the 'advices from theS,,h con-
firmatory of a crop of but 1,800,000 bales, Rxs pre-
sented considerable animation since'our last',spe-
culatpis having again purchased freelyp-whi I
with a moderate inquiry for export, has carried't
prlcesf tully 9ne-quarter of a cent, and we advance,
our quotations. ,accordingly,. The sales for the K
three days comprise 7600 bales, of which t,351.0 are |
Upland 4 at foro 7 to 10 I cents per b. "









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,LE GAL NOTICES.


NOTICES.


. S. MARSHAL'S SALES.


hPhoenix House.
T HE subscriber having refitted the'above es-
.L tablishment, is now prepared to accommo-
date his friends and the public in a m afiiaat-
which will g.ive satisfaction to all. HI-I table
will be supplied with every delicacy toe market
affords, and his whole attention will.be devoted
to the comfort of his guests. /
Attached to the'establishment arg two superior
BOWLING ALLEYS, and constant attention is
given to those who indulge in this manual exer-
cise.
OYSTERS, and every other, delicacy which
may be wanted for refreshment can be had at any
Arrangements have b'eeyi Yna& sr that per'ma-
,nent and transient BOARDERS can be as well
accommodated as at any other house in the city,
',and the prices are in keepingwith the times.
TERMS. "
Board and Lodging, per w e k,. $1.. M 5
Board, per week,.......... ............5 00
Boardper day,.................. ..... .1 00
Single meal, ;... ... ....... .... .... 50
Lodging,.... .... ..... ... .... .... ..... ....50
Nov. 20 41 tf W. H. KELTON


L EGAL


In Jackson Superior Court.
James Boon,
VS. BILL FOR DIVORCE.
Piety Boon.
IN this case it is ordered, that unless the said
I defendant do appear within three months and
answer or demur to complainant's bill filed, that
the same will be taken pro confesso, and the
matters therein contained decreed accordingly.
BENJ. G. ALDERMAN, Clerk.
YONGE &-TAYLOR, Compt's SoP's.
Marianna, Dec.'7,1843. decll lw3m
Franklin Superior Court.
William Lawrence, Compl't, Bill for Divorce,
vs. .- December Term,
Elizabeth Lawrence, DefIt. 1843.
CAME the complainantby counsel, and it ap-
pearng to the satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant resides beyond-the limits of the Terri-
tory of Florida. Therefore it is considered by the
Court that the defendant do appear here on or be-
fore the expiration of the calendar month from the
date heteof, and answer the complainant's bill of
complaint, or the same will he taken pro confesso.
And it is further ordered that a copy of this order
be published in the Commercial Advertiser for
three months consecutively.
(Copy.) Teste, GEO. F. BALTZELL-,
MosEs, Solicitor. Clerk.


U. S. Marshal's Sale.
Samuel St. JohnD -
vs. k ".
Bank of Pensacola. 5
B"Y virtue of a writ of fi. fa., froa Jackson
Superior Court to me directed, ,n favor of
Samuel St. John, vs. Bank of Pensapola, I wRl
offer for sale at public outcry at the Court House
door in the City of Apalachicola, at 10 o'clock,
a. m., on Monday the 8th day of Inuary next,
Lot number (8) eight, in block C., front range,
agreeably to a map of the city of *palachicola,
together with all the appurtenancesInd buildings"
thereunto belonging. Said premiss being now
in the occupancy of Kimbrough & -lidgway.
ROBERT MYERS, IS Marshal.
Apalachicola, Dec. 7th, 1843. ; d7 Im


'Vranklin Superior Court.
*Maria Fredericks, ) IN EQUITY.
Svsi ^Petition for Divorce.
lbaniel -M.t A. 'tuschendorf.
ON reading the foregoing petition, and it ap-
pearing that Daniel M. A. Buschendorf re-
sides beyond the limits of this Territory-It is
Ordered, that a hearing be had before me on the
facts, as charged in the petition, on the second
Monday of March, 1844, at Apalachicola, in the
County of(Franklin, and that this order be pub-
lished in one of the public newspapers'in this
Territory, for the space of three months before
(the time aforesaid.
S. W. CARMACK,"
Judge Apalachicola District.
H1WKINS, Solicitor. :
Apalachicola, Nov. 27, 1843. 44-3m


H0 Ht ii'ii

I ITS POWER IS UNIVERSAL. '
"For the angel of death spread his wtings'on the
blast, '
Andbreathed in the face of mankind as hie "sse
... REMEMBER *
That the first symptoms of sickness, complaint or
disease, has an origin which requires but little aiC
tention to overthrow the first causeof'Illness.-
NEGLECT -;,^ 1
At this season of the yeai when the organic stace?*
of the body 'opens the system In a nremoitors
way For- the speedy gathering ";of matters vthrice
end in CAUSES beyond the approach bf medi-
i cine, and finally terminates in -DEATH., i- -
How necessary is it then that mankind shouldd
become aware of the safeguard which can b'a
th'roWri around them at a moments notice," whei;
,attacked by'CHILLS, COLUGHS, and COLDS.-
Simple as such complaints may appear at first-
!sight, they are the mere precursors of that dieaoe
which ends in CONSUMPTION.'
Why then will people be blind as to the propet-
course which they should pursue when the "t A-
:gel of death spreads his wings on the' bast."
Awake at once to the necessity b preserving
life and health, if yo0i have a severe cpld, fly to'
that famous remedy, and use < ; ;
J.- PEASE-& SON'S ,,
Compound extract of Hdarhound, now recog-
nized as the only curative in preventing Con-
sumption. -
Its merit is testified by thousands, andd the whole
United States bear recordt-of its virtues., Sold,
wholesale and retail by'J. Pease & Son.7, "
For sale by, B.- S. HAWLEY, Sole agent.


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U. S. TNarshaPs $ale.
B Y virtue of three writs of fi fa;issued from the
Superior Court of Franklin County, to me
directed, one in favor of John Haidin,.one in favor
of Benito T. Caro, and one in avor of Isaac S
Jacques vs. the Southern LifW Insurance and
Trust Company, I will offer Jr sale at public
outcry, at the court house doormh the city of Apa-
lachicola, at 10 o'clock, a. m., th the first Monday
in February next, fractional lol number (9) nine,
in block D. front range, agreably to a map of
said city, together with all th V)ildings and ap-
purtenances thereunto belong'ig. Said premises
being the same known as the office of the South-
ern Life Insurance and Trut Company in Apa-
lachicola, WBT. MYERS,
U. S. Marshal dist. Apalachicola,
Apalachicola, Dec. 11,18[3.


Apalaehicola Exchang-si
T HE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that
the above Establishment has been entirely re-
fitted, and snow open for.the reception of per-
manent and trancient boarders, and the subscriber
hopes by strict attention to the business of his
house to be second to none in rendering his guests
comfortable..
Oysters, Game, &c. served up at all hours, and
"in the best style. The Bar attached to the house,
as usual, is stocked with the best Wines and Li-
quors. Grateful for theliberal patronage hereto-
fore received, he hopes that his friends and the
public will continue to sustain him.
HEZ SMITH.
Apalwchieola, Dec. 18th, 1843. decl8 ff


OTICE.-All persons having claims against
Frederick L. Ming, late of Jackson county,
ceased, are required to' present the same, duly
thenticated within the time prescribed by law,
this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.
I persons indebted to said estate are requested to
ake immediate payment to the subscriber.
SJJSAN A. MING, Adm'x.
Marianna, Dec. 9, 1843.


In the U. S. SDistritt Court,
For the dpalachicoli District of Florida.%
SAMUEL GAINER% of Washington county,
and said district, haviig filed a petition pray-
ing for his discharge andcertificate as a Bank-
rupt, It is ordered that case be shown before the
Court, on the first Mondw in February, 1844, at
10 o'clock, A. M., at theCourt House, in Mari-
anna, why Samuel Gain i shall- not receive his
discharge and certificate s a bankrupt, and that
notice thereof be published in some public news-
paper, published in saiddistrict, for and during
the period of seventy day's before the said day of
hearing. (A copy teste) .}
YCNGE & TAYLOR,
Marianna, Oct 24,_18& 42 Attys for Pet.,


N OTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Judge of the County Court for Frank-
lin county, for letters of dismission from the ad-
ministration of the estate of Martin Snyder, late
of said county deceased.
Dec 25,1 ,1843. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r,
N OTICE.-Six months after dale, I shall ap-
-N ply to the Honorable the Judge of the Court
for the county of Franklin, for letters of Dismis-
sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of
said county, deceased.
S S. H. HARTSHORNE,
Nov. 30, 1843. _-45 Administrator.


200 Dollars Reward.
8k ]XANAWAY from the subscriber some
tiihe in January last, two negro ftellows-.
ALBERT and JOHN. Albert is a square
I -stoat, well 5ilt fellow, about 27 'ears of
age, 4 feetbl inches'high,-will Weigh from 165 to
175 pounds, ratherbow legged, dark complexion,
has rather- a down took when-spoken to.- Jozrn is
a stouit, full'faced fellow, dark complexionabout
25 years old has a defect in his eyes about 5 feet
.6 or 7 inches'high. The above negroes are well
known in the neighborhood of St. Joseph -and
Iola, having heepi employed 9n the Rail Road for
several years, .J[ have reason to believe thai the
negroes are harbored: in the neighborhood If lola.
I will give the~above reward for the apnr,,eension
of the said negroes and lodgement in apy jail so
that I get thenm,withproof to conviction" that they"
have been hartor-ed by any white person : or I
will- give One-4undred Dollars for 'the two- ne-
groes, oi seventy dollars, for Albert and thirty
dollars for John; if taken up an: lodged -in jail so
that I get them. JOHN D. GRAY.
Macon, Ga., N.Iv 2"2-2 843.. dec4 w6t


THE WEEKLY TROPIC. :
. Welissue to-day the first number of the second
folumereoft our weekly paper, inan enlagted and.
mxprotved former It nowi contains more reading e
matter thea ay ty paoer published in the Soutwhi
abnd is furnished ,to subscribers at abouf one-halt
the price charged for other weekly, journals.,
For these reasons ifs for no others, the Weekly
Tropic deserves a very large circulation, which
we are happy toh stte it -is rapidly gining.,
Tepon ourWhig frieins in town an d the
in view of the approaching elections, \e respectn-
fully urethe propriety, of mnaking- sompe little
exertion to secure theo ,ivier dissemination of the
sound and hepalth~v political food with- which we
cabor to fill the collins offourpaper. It is the-
cheapest and m"-.ost effective manner that cattbe6
adopted to spread b wtfolesome information andlthi, o
result will amply reward the fiiends ofrie Thin
cause fr otlie slight troeible and expease de uatfi
ed at theinrn hands. ^; ^ ^ :c" *;
The Whig associations in Louisiana and .the
adjoining States, will do well,,taking all thingd
into consideration, toI givel us a lift," unless they
can discover soe -more -.tisfactory ode of.rous
i d r 011a :nd scattering
the seed s of of oute counter 71e regnier
cia'vation olf' the Weekly d Tropic at th s present
period; is abou-t f1iteen hundred, xcluse of reof.a
large number ofwe.\tsrev which 51e sent fro ke th ,
pity eachdtveeli, by our f cmercitili friends. -This
number oughtato be ininaad suribtly t increased du-
ring the next two or threei 'ontis'-a circulation
often thousand is what we requirYep and iubiat e
,are determined to haLme. Will the Whugie putb
their shoulders, to the_;ra whele of T rth= D o f- the <
cause ?,. c f t or more, at ,- Sam
Aside' from. allU political onieaonthe,
Tropic destervcs wi:T eTOf our con ltry friends. A4
a vehicle of p general doleesticn advs, we- flatter
oursplvr'nnt f"1111-V to .Nny of -our CO-~
temporaries, while Its review of the city market



-' and N .itd oafta e i, 't rellcge niv e4
.adiscompilation of commercial intelgne"
froth 1all qUarkC:N.s are -admitted tio be a8i flill; per-a
fect and correct, as can possibly be published.
dThe4 EE T3`wopic wiIl be furnished to-sub*
scribe~rs1 at the rate of. TiiE-F. DOLL AH* 'PICA
AXNNUM.- ForP clubs of t-0h of* more, at tfie"saff8
Post.Office, the price wIll TWO DOLASAf
AHALF, payable, in all cases, in, advance.
BRADURYMcCARDLE & MERAIVIELD.,
*.New Orleans, Nov. 23.), 1843%.
TBACON-.3 H lids hams" and sides, just received'
and for sale by -W. A. WOOD,
decl4 *; 23 water st. -


Franklin Superior Court.
William Wellborne,) ATTACHMENT-
Vs. for $1673 20:
Elah Kirkpatrick. Damages $)0,0.
;YllE Defendant, andC all others- interested, are
JL hereby notified of the institution of the Above
stfit, arid required to plead according to law.---'
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS, .*
Attorneys for PIffs.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1, 1843. 2 mil 3m


OTICE.-Six months after date I shall apply
to -the Judge of the County Court for Frank-
a county, for letters of Dismission from the
hninistration of -the estate of Robert Robinson,
te of said county, deceased.
H. B. STONE, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. 6m


Warehouse Charges adopted by
the Cotton Presses.
C OTTON for storap will be received at the
yard, and if comp-essed within -one month
no charge will be mad for storage, but 4 cents
per bale will be chaiggI for labor, tiering &c. If
not compressed within one month, 20 cents per
bale-will be charged for storage; and 5 cents per
week hereafter. Tita 00oma11tqP0 I jr ,mitt_ rif
receipt untit delivered to lighter or vessel. MCo"
ton changing hands vill in all cases be liable to
new storage from dale of order inclusive. Turn-
ing out for sampling or weighing and re-storing
same, 8 cents per bale. W-antages to be assessed
by the press when the cotton comes in and the
amount assessed endorsed or the fice of the re-
ceipt, .
All cottons are required to have sic good and
sufficient ropes. Grass, tow, bark or cotton ropes
will considered unmerch~antable an( deficient.
All deficient ropes will be charged at tie rate of
12J cents per rope, and all bagging'at tie rate of
,25 cents per yard-
A. DOWNER, dgent -
for the Screw bress.
C. WILSON, SI-ydraulic tess,
H. G. GUYON, 3
Floiqda Leter Piss.
'Apalachicola, Dec. Ist, 1843. d7 T


.TOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
. to the Honorable Judge of the County -Court
Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from
e estate of Courtland S. Thompson, late of said
county, deceased. "
HARVEY WILLIAMS, Administrator.
Apalachicola, July 29, 1843.


Irpanklin lSuperior Court.-
Olcott, McKesson & Co., ATTACHMENT
VS. *> '$57 '3 56. .
T David G. Gillies. Damages $1000.
HE Defendant, and all others interested, are
hereby notified of the institution of the above
su#t, and are required-to appear and plead accord-
ing to law. .. !
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,;.
Attorneys for Pl'ff.
Apalachicola, Feb.'l 1'843. mil 3m
Franklin Superior Court.
William G. Porter & Co. ) ATTACHMENT
VS. } $270 o0
James L. Deloney. ) Damages $500.
THE Defendant in the above suit and all oth-
T erSq interested, will take notice of the insti-
tution of the same, and plead'accordingly.
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
.Attorneys for P'fts.
Apalachicola, May 12, 1843. 1 m24 3m_1
'Franklin Superior Court.
John Banks,
vs. ATTACHMENT-
BeniamihiW. Walker and, for. $9850 00
John H. Watson,. execu- Returnable to De-
tors of the last Will and cember Terim,-
Testament of James C. 1843.
Watson, deceased.
The defendants and all others interested are
hereby notified of theinstitution of the above suit,
and they are, required to appear and plead accord-
ing to law.:-
-ntB'ROCKENBROUGH ,& HAWKINS,
Nov. 11 41 3m Atty's for Pl'ff.
STerritoryof Florida.,
JACKSON SUPERIOR COURT.
George M Tillinghast,) "; .
... Vs. Attachment."
E. D. Huldbut & Co.,
T HE defendants and: all others interested'will
.take notice that Hiram Nourse will be exam-,
ined in behalf of plaintiff, in the city of Apala-
chieola, on day of November next.
--.YOUNG- & TAYLOR, Atfys for Prff.-M :
Mariaiina, Oct. 7, 1843. o14-4m
Apalachicola District.
JACKSON SUPERIOR COURT.
Brown & King, V ASSUMPSIT.
: VS. v Attachment' for
William B. Stokes, surviving $800 00. Da-
partner of Stockstons & Co. J images $2,200 o0
THE Defendant and all others interested are
T required to appear and plead to the declara-
tion filed in said case.
-YONGE 8v TAYLOR,
MariannaJuly 21,1843. 3m Atty's for PTfl
Jackson Superior Court.
Matilda L. Pinkard,
VS. Bs. P Bill for Divorce.
Peyton H., Pinkard.) ....
r jHE defendant will take notice that" on the
* JLithird Monday in November next the plaintil
will proceed to take the depositions of Shephard
Stone at the Court House in the town of Marian
na, at which time and place the said defendant n
may attend if he sees fitto do so.
A. H. BUSH, Att'y for Pl'ff.
Marianna, Oct. 5, 1843. o14-4m
Jackson Superior Court.
etbeeca Stevens, )
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Cutting G. Stevens. ) "
THE defendant will take notice that on th
third Monday in November next, the plainti
will proceed to take the depositions of James H
Parker and Walter J. Robinson, Ellis Davis, an
FAiza Davis. The deposions of James H. Parked
and Walter J. Robinson will be taken at t4
Court Houseiin Marianna; those of Ellis Dav
and Eliza Davis at the house of Stephen J. Roc,
in Washington county. The defendant may a
tend and cross-examine said witnesses if he see
fit to do so. A. H. BUSH, Pr'ff's Att'y.
Maianna, Oct. 5, 1843. o14-4m
B~ OOT--AND SHOES-A good assortment f
salelo0`Rnasmh, by B. ELLIS,
_ov~1f 44 28 water st.


Warehousvi% at Chattahoochee.
F^ B-,tu .,>p ., _a v. rivh .i ., !i,, on
L the mound at Chattahoochtee for' tic storage
of cotton and merchandise. A competent person
will always be in-attendance. -The mail boat
-runs twice a week to and from the Warehouse.
nov20-42 B. S. HAWLEY..


IX MONTHS after date application will be
!made to the Honorable the Judge of the
county Court of Franklin County, for Letters of
ismissal on the estate of Willis Yon, deceased.
Nov 11 41smi .. A. G. SMITH.


Boot and Shoe pMaking.
g THOASL CLARKkhaving removed
-U to the Stone formerly occupied by Jo-
l seph Schndt, respectffully informs the
citizens of Apalachicola,-atid the up-
country that he will attend to the above business
in all its branches. French calf skin Boots made.
to order. He has also ?)n hand a supply of French
Gaiter Boots and Shces; new and fashibnable
style, which will be so4d as low for cash as in any
house in the city. oct. 28.


J DAY & Co. offer for sale-
300 Bbls northern Flour,
50 do. western do.
100 do. j and Bbls Buckwheat Flour,
20 Bbls N. 0. Molasses,
25 Hhds St. Croix Sugar,
30 do. Porto Rico do.
6 do. N 0., do.
2000 lbs Loaf do.
2000 lbs crashed do.
2000 lbs.Pulverised do.
35 tons Iron, assorted,
250 kegs Nails, do.
400 pcq: India Bagging,
200. coils Rope,
300 bags Rio Coffee,
70 do. Java and St. Domingo co."
50 hlf boxes fresh Raisins, .
50 boxes Havana Segars, various kinds,
50 bales Domestics,
200 pr Negro Blankets,
20 cases Negro Shoes,
20 doz. patent cast steel Hoes,
100 kegs and hlf kegs FFF Powder,
2o0 ha av Shot. various sizes,


N" OTICE.-Tl-ie Subscriber having been ap
pointed INSPECTOR OF LUMBER for the
County of Franklin, willbe thankful for a Share
of the public patronage. .
.. r4H -W TERRY.
Apalachicola, Nov.ilst,1943.- ; nl 1m


Jack Screws.,-
PATENT improved American JACK'SCRiVS
for Ship use and various: other purpoks,
manufactured of various sizes and power, for C-t.
ton, Tobacco, Planking, Presses, Rail-Road,
Timber Merchants, Steam Boiler Builders, &c.
Also, superior Iron'Clamps for Ship Builders.'
For sale by
"WM. BALLARD,
o No. 7 Eldridge street, New York.
s For further information, apply at this
Office .nov18.1m
.J Stevensou & Coo
N 0TO. Water street, and one door East ofihe
.INoPost Office, on Chestnut street-offer for sale
a large and general assortment of Fancy and Sta-
ple ery Goods, Hats, Caps, Bonnetts, Boots, Shoes,
and various articles, consisting in part of-r-,
Black and-bluedcloths, ca-3siimere and vesting,
' SattinettS and Kentucky Jeans, .
Mouseline Delaines, Chusans and Alpaccal,
Rich fig'd and strip'd Dress Silks,
Blue, bl'k and.rich fig'd Sattins, 5
Earlston, Manchester & domestic Ghingharp,
Embroid'd Merino, knit and pI'd wl'n shawli,
Mouseline Delaine and fancy silk '.do.
Jackonett, plaid, book and swiss Muslins,
Flannels, negro blankets and Kerseys,
12-4 Linen and cotton long cloth sheeting,
Foreign and Domestic Prints, a great varinty,
5-4, 4-4, 7-8, 3-4 br'wn shirtings and sheetirgs,
do. do. bleached do do.,
Lowell, Manchester and other cotton osnabugs,
Heavy Lowell and Stark Mills Drilling,
Woollen and cotton hosery, i
Gloves, combsh'ir-brushes, fancy baskets:
Boxes, cologne, toys, etc. etc.
Florence braid, brilliant and other Bonnets,`
Russia, Rabbit-silk and other Hats, ;
An assortment of Boots 'nd Shoes., decl'-


Saddlery!! Saddlery!
H- AVING'made arrangene-its with one of'the
best and most extensive Saddlery Establish-
ments at the North, for a stplv or SADDLERY
during the season, I shall return in the' Fall with
stock of sup erior -... t, : ... .-
GENTLEMENS' AND LADIESI-SADDLES,
'Various styles and patterns. 'Also,1 amre-s, Bt'[-:
dls, Martinmales, Collars, anj a general supply
of necessary articles usually kept in the line. ;
"lie subscriber will also keep., his/usuial supply
-,of Fiurniture. Clairs.,Lookin I-iasses, &c. ,-
;. -" "^. PETER HOBART.
:/Ailaahicola, Sept. 2, 1843.. : '


UGS AND JARS.'-A very large lot of Jug4
and Jars of all sizes and descriptions, for.sal5
l-ow if applied for-soon. + --.-. '+
dee4 ...'.TSHORNEa,.
dec4 '1, 0 Water'sft'.


200 Ibs bar Lead. dcl
ON CONSIGNMENT-
10 bales India Bagging, .
.30 coils Manilla Rope,
50 bales Kentucky Rope, ---,
For sale low for cash. M. A. MYERS,
Nbv. 20 41 4t 28 Water st.
FOR SALE-On Consignment- "
.100 Bbts'Flour;
I0 Hhds N. 0. Sugar;'
10' do. St. Croix do.
5.50 Bbis Whiskey; ,
25 Molasses;
10 Hhds Bacon Hams and Sides ;
100 pcs Kentucky Bagging;
5 bales India "
100 .coils Kentucky bale Rope;
-100 Manilla Rope;
50 sacks Rio Coffee; by
decll 1KIMBROUGH &. RIDGWAY.
/MOLASSES-50 Bbls New Orleans, for sale.
decl4 W A WOOD, 23 water st.
O BBLS. .Mess Pork ; 15 do do -Beef;
20 hlf bbls Fulton Market family do
20 bbis No. 3 Mack erel;-
: 30 hlf bbls Nos Iland 2 do, .
15 qr do No I do- 20 kits No I do,
20 kits No I Salmon;
10 hlf bbls Boston Mess Shad;
40 hlf bbls Butter Crackers; 25 bxs Cheese:
75 bbis Pilot and Navy bread;
50 bxs Codfish; 15 kegs Lard;
20 firkins Goshen Butter; -
10 bbis White Beans;-5 hlf do Cranberries;
10 bbis Dried Apples: and Peaches;
40 bxs Sperm Candles; 50 do No. 1, Soap;
15 do Ground Spices; 20 do Starch.
For sale by.-:
DODGE & GARDNER,
decI8 40 Water street.
IUST ARRIVED and now landing from schr.
J Boston-100 Bbis Potatoes,
5 Bbls White Beans,
20 do. dried apples,
2.5 do. green do.
1000 lbs choice family butter, in boxes con-
taining from 4 to 30 lbs each, all in
prime order,
5000 teet white pine boards, for sale by
decll S. DILL & Co. 29 Waterst.
SCALE BEAMS-2 Dearborn's Patent Scale
S Beams, for sale by .


LE'/ER LOCKS.--Mechanics are respectfully
requested to call t No. -27, Water street, and
.examine samples of the Lever Locks, a late in-
vention, and far superior to any l, cks now in use..
WHITMAR8H &S CI[CHARDSON,
: agents for the Boston Lever Lock Co.:
A palachicola, Oct *2 lq-0. ... "


r


R IGGING-200 coils' Tarred and White Ma-
nilla, assorted sizes, for sale by .
decll W. A. W\OOD, 23 Water st.


SPECTACLE GLASSES.--Con.ex and con-
cave Spectacle Glasses, Suitable focrall ages,
and for persons having-weak eyes, fitted-at short
notice by D. H. PALLAIS, Watch-uauker,
Nov 4! -I4 tf Chesnut st. Apalachicola


C RANBERRIES--Putup in i.bbls., for family
i:use, just received, and for sale by /.
-.. ..B. ELLIS;,
.nov27 44 9 ... 28 water st.
Also--A few jarseBarbarv Preserves, an .execl-
tent aria ^ 'u caseot sickness
0'"N CONSIGNMENT- '' -
200 boxes. Window Glass, assorted sizes.
- .150 kegs White Lead, for-sale by
:' WM, G: PORTER, & Co.
dec-1 41 water fit.


W M. N-. GPRTER & CO., offer for sale atlarge
and wet, selected stockof" DRY GOODs;
consisting of:- -
ClothsCi, ssimeres, and Kerseysi -'"-
SattinetsFlannels and Blankets;
Foi eign aid"Domestic Prints; ;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;.
.- Bleached aid unbleached Sheetings;
.: (, ( .- Shirtings;,
,- Cotton 0sranirgs; -:. y-+ "
And every other article in their line adapted
to the country,'trade.. dec4 y
N AVY BREAD--310 bbls fine Na'Y Bread;
25 do Common do, for sale by ',
._ ,.:, ,: l .d WOOD,.
dec18 : 23 Water'st."
Glass I W ile Lead! Oil I.
0,, BXS. Glss,a 8 1 jff,.10Xk12, 12 X 14, :
.U 100kegsaWhite ead,'No.1,and 2, ;
10 Black "k
2 casks bodied Linseed Oil, ; *
2 c 2 8 perm Oil-,
On consignpient, for sale, low for cash, by
FARRIOR& Co.,'
Oct 28 44 Water, st.
OR SALE-150 pcs Kentucky, Bagging;
1150 coils Kentucky Bale Rope;
35 bbls Northern Flour;
10 hhds St. Croix Sugar; .
150 bags Rio and Java Coffee;
10 tons assorted Swedes Iron;
100 kegs cut nails; by
WILLIAM G. PORTER & Co.
dec4 41 water st.


LARD-5O kc-gs. for sale bv
dec14 'W A.WOOD', 23 Water st.


"M ACKEREL-5 Barrels No. 1- ,
10 half do No 1; 10 half do No; 2,
for sale by W. A. WOOD,
dec 18 23 Water st.


-Saddles.
I HAVE on hand a good supply of Saddles, Iri-
dles &c. of various kinds and of the best qi-
ity, which I will sell at lower rates than they e'er
were sold for before in this place. Call and ee
them at 42 Water street, -up stairs;-
decl4 PETER HOBART.
Goods for Cash.
I HAVE just opened an assorted stock of Goois,
embracing-
Calicoes, Cambricks, Muslins,
Cotton Shirtings and Sheetings,
Ginghams, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Kersey, Jeans, Satinetts and Linseys,
Flannels, Blankets, Cloths, Cassimeres,
Shoes, assorted, Hats, and Caps,
Straw Bonnets;
Hardware, Cutlery, and Tinware.
These Goods are sold on Commission, and -vlb
be offered at very low prices for the ready mon,
DAVID G. RANEY,
Oct'.S 43 Water-st


B. i. GOODLEl' T,
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,


Franklin Superior Court,.
fLouisa W. Sprowl, IN CHANCERY,
vs. ^*: -
Ctawford Sprowl. Bill for Divorce.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
I that Crawford Sprowl resides beyond the limits
of,,the Territory of Florida-It is therefore Or-
dered, that publication be made for three months,
notifying the defendant, Crawford Sprowl, to ap-
pear at a Court to be held in Apalachicola on the
lirst Monday in December next, to shew cause, if
any there be, why the divorce as prayed for in
the Bill, should not be granted.
.SAM'L W. CARMACK,
Judge of the Apalachicola District.
Apalachicola, June 2, 1843. je 14 3m
Franklin Superior Court.
Henry G. Guyon, assignee, &c' ) To James C,
VS. f Boote, and
-James C. Boote. others.
TAKE NOTICE, that I hav this day filed my
.Lpetition of foreclosure of mortgage- on the
north east half of lot No. 5, in square 15, in the
City of Apalachicola, said mortgage being given
by you to -JOHN H. McKNIGHT, on the 15th,
day of June, 1841, to secure the sum of seven
hundred and forty-two dollars and eighteen cents,
" City Script," and by him assigned to me on the
7th March, 1843.
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Attorneys for Guyon
Apalachicola, March 10, 1843. mll"4meow


IN BANKRUPTCY.


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BACON-Iu Hhds Sides,
B ;* 6 do. Hums,.. ./":*,
Justfreceiv'ed and for sale by .
_, T. H. & C. H. Atst;N .,
dec73 50 Water sf.


0l TIERCES choice Hams -
} 1 5 Hhds New Orleans/Sugar, for sale by
dec7 THOS..L. MITCHEL.


-,5 COILS-Manilla RIope, for sale low by
OUJ : ) FARRIOR & Co.
dec7 44 Water st.


B LOCKS-300 1t common, bushed, and plank,
assorted sizes, for sale by
.dec14- :W A WOOD, 23 water st.
C OFFEE-60 bags Rio, on consignment, fir
sale by McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
'ec7 40 Water st
0TS-25 Barrels Northern-Oats for sale -by
~W. A. WOOD,
decl8.; 'M3 Water st.
ICE-3 Tierces new Rice, for sale by
R W. 4.l WOOD,
dec18 -23 Water st. ;.
UST RECEIVED-A fresh supply of Shaker's
Garden and Flower seeds and herbs.
dec7 .B. S. HAWLEY,-.
SHAKER'S GARDEN SEED.-A fresh sup.
'S ply just received and for sale by
.. *' B ELLISON & CO.,
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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: January 1, 1844
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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VOLUME H.i .] r; AP ALACK IICCLA, MONDAY, JANt ARY 1, 1844. [NUMBERposed 1.


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COMMERCIAL] I ADVERTISER I Ic ) CARDS. USURY the loss of his neighbor. If the one is just; the to discussion, he would have defined those

/ ; other must be so too. principles that are objectionable in the Puseyite"

c PUBLISHED TiE EVIL AND THE REMEDY. Congress has coined money, but has not determined creed, as antagonist to the doctrines contained ill

EVERY MONDAY rn JX m ijy isa 2 I its value,because it has left its use or interest the Bible. On the one hand he might have set

BY \ J\o. i3G JVattr Sf SO fine street. D all men of liberal understandings and gener- unsettled. It might as well have said that forth the Puseyite doctrine of Church IIfallibili-

'I \Itl1 nj.oltd A. !> o tittge & Co. NEW idRK, ouheart.-,-to every sincere inquirer alter: them the: yard should contain thirty cubic inches, and ty, and on the other the scriptural doctrine of the

Oilice: third story Raltzcll'd Buildings; corner ofrJff PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor. .n? of preventing those pecuniary revulsions allow it to be made to slide out to any length fallibility of all men. God alone is infallible, and
;'l from two to fifteen feet, and then permit a few to say that the Church is, means that the Churchis
Commerce &, Chestnut streets, .with so frejuently overwhelm our citizens by
'V.II. G. Porter &; Co. people to monopolise themwhen; buying, to God. Here is an error as palpable as is the
1tt AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM, DEALERS] IN GOODS: AND COMMISSION t'vus'
PAYAUIE IN .o\n\. NdE: I MERCHANTS. ail looming them to hopeless penury and life- to reduce it to two or three feet and call the and 2 make 6. He might have gone farther than

/ Advertisement of ten lines or less (twenty lines I No. 41 Water Street, Icig destitution all sincere inquirers after the length of the stick a yard, however long or shortit this, and said, this i is the voice of God that is

\ or more Il proportion,) conspicuously insertedat jnov2'5; iy_Jlpalachicola, J.a. deans of improving the condition of mankind,and might be. It would no more vary the quantityof the roaring of the P:>il One, speaking through a

the following rates : } McKay & Hurtslioriic0 ;|leviating the woes to which they are now subject.to cloth when the yard was increased from threeto Puseyite trumpet, decorated with gown and cas-

I// For one iu-xTtioi:. ...* ..* ..;. ... .$! 00 \ M M 1 S'S ION MERCIIANTS all who duly regard the weight of Moral and fifteen feet than the dollar is changed when the sock.." Had he gone thus far he would not have

.* two il1,-rtlllll", ... ... .... .... .1 50 No. 40 Water street Social evil which is from interest i is altered from six per cent. per annum been guilty of half the discourtesy which|appears
constantly experienced
three iu-.Ttions .... ... ... .. 2 00 1
; tvl> Apalachicola Florida. to thirty per cent. or two and a half a month, in either of the articles of h Vesper.
/lie derangements of Business and the
I livt'. or more insertions, each 50 cts. [ periodical which! latter price has been for millions of We have no disposition to continue this controversy
t Mix month-, ... ... .. ... .... .700 \ W. A. & P. C. Kaiii obstruction of Industry-to all who hold that the paid -
in within but if discussion will elicit
the of New York the last
city the truth
.. money we
tic vetr, ... ., .... .10 00 C
MMISSION and faithful Worker
a.h. without MERCHANTS, prudent ought to be beyond six: years. hano objection to its continuance, but hereafter
When rti.;; newts "" Ill
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any spe-
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cial Jiractiuts as to tl.o: number of insertions No. 52 Water street, Jt!the fear of want, whether of employment or of I know the different States have passed laws the writer of "Vesper;" may regard the author -:

.vili ho understood that to I Apalachicola. bread} and enabled to rear and educate his children intending to fix the rate of interest. Some of of this article as his opponent. In such
it they
rr'i'iiiv.j' are i.
he puMiNhcd! UNTIL. FORum; they Will there- 1,. feral advances made on Cotton shipped toj| in comfort and peace=to all who do not dread a them have made it six per cent., others seven and discussion, we shall demand all his proofs II sera-

I fun' be contiiiucd at our discreti3n\ and charged Luster )eels New York and Boston, and also its] thought merely because it i is novel, nor fly from a eight per cent.; but these laws are all violated, tim, with reference to page and volume." But

the for in. rates. nays ly ; not;only by individuals but by Banks, in exchangeor first, let us know what are the points in issue.If .
according to :; ) ::; pI all-of alleviating human ills for the simple reason
E. 1 otherwise; for, when exchange is charged, it the point be Church Infallibility, Apostolic
L' .f tl Adve'rti:\'m- nt:; of which! the term of publication FLEWELLE.V. 1\1.1\1. Burr that it has not long been adopted-to those and
i is l xl'd.hy law, will only! be excepted flcwcllcift & Butt ago is simply demanding extra price for the Use of Succession, Intercession of departed Saints, or
, from the above rule. F\CTORS & COMMISSION, every well-wisher of Humanity, the following essayis money. These Usury Laws are violated not only the right of Lay interpretation, or all these points;

.' To those who advertise by the year 4 liberal discount MERCHANTS. dedicated by the writer. Wholly unused as he by individuals and the Banks, but publicly by the we shall be glad to meet him ; and in so doing will

will be made ; but all advertisements not 1 No. 2 Columbus Block is to authorship or legislation, he is confident that ver ';'egislators who make the laws. They, too, extend all courtesy and.write in all charity. But
ill I their mind sell-the Bonds of the State bearing six per cent I we caution Veper" to at least write good sense
t strictly portaimni! ; to own business, as $ Apalachicola, Fla no earnest can give heed to the facts he has ;
I well as all legal: advertisements sent i l by them, CChLiberal; advances made on Cotton shippd embodied in these pages without interest, reflec at an enormous discount from their par value, so and not be guilty ot such; Lapses as to talk of "one
u-uil to N: York{ that: these holders of the receive usurious crude chaos, an olio c* heterogeneous documents."
will be charged:; at the rates. :f Liverpool or Havre. d256pKimbrougli tion and at least partial assent. Having iio money
All aiiaouaccMients: of candidates for office, will hopeor interest from the. State which enacted the law Now, if this mean my fling: it means that art
1 b? charged FIVE DOLLARS during the tanvass, &; Kidgway, thought of pecuniary or ,other personal advantage against Usury. When! these State Bonds have olio, which is some sort of a hash found on the

payable: 1:1: all cases in advance. CQ MISSION AND FORWARDING he asks for them a patient, thoughtful perusalto been sold as low as fifty per cent. by the State tables of Spanish gourmands, ot heterogeneous

; I All Communications, (when admissible of a I MEl C11AN'.I. be followed by such action thereupon as the thatissued: them bearing an interest of six percent documents is a crude chaos. Can Vesper tell

:. personal or individual nature, or pulls o), new \ Apalachicola, Florida. truth they contain shall indicate and require. ., they are paying at the rate of twelve per us of a chaos that was not crude or of one that

" inventions, goods, &.c., will be charged hr as \Vl\:.' I. KIMBROUGH.JHY > Respectfully, THE AUTHOR. cent per annum and that half yearly, on the sum was an olio. Again, will "Vesper" be good
advertisement:?, at our discretion. 1 ,I. RIDGWAY. ) they;;have received in money and at the time the enough to tell us what the following means :

I N. II-The current notes of any of the solvent Libtr'advances made on Cotton consigned to USURY THE EVIL AND THE REMEDY. bond becomes due they are compelled to pay dou- One would realty imagine, while perusing
JJ.ui'is! M the Union, will be received in pvyment our irtjds in New York, Boston, Liverpool or ; ble the sum received for it. And to whom i is this the editorial articles on the subject of ct Oxford

-subscription: and for advertising.No Havre., \ elect ly BY GODEK GARDWELL. to be paid ? Perhaps a citizen of the very Tracts that the writer had rear i the productionswhose

attention will be given to any order unless=!: tfernoiu'V State: that has been obliged to borrow the money; careful examination he so earnestly recommends

or a Post-Master's: certificate that h ,. II. tV C. II. Austin, CHAPTER II. he, living under the law and breaking it; they, for the confirmation of the public in

4 ha; lu'fii remitted, accompanies it.All COMMISSION MERCHANTS Of the nature of Interest and Usury. making the law and doing the same. Every citi- his most untenable opinions. .

letters on business mut be POST PAID to ',, I No. 5U Water street, Congress has reserved to itself the right to coin zen 1 in the State suffers by it, while all, through According to any principle of grammar, we

ensure uttentiou.X5 < : Apalachicola money and fix its value these it has done, or intended their, Representatives, have agreed to infringe say, has this any meaning ? We confess that
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made Cotton uponthe laws they have themselves made verbal and criticism is of but
Libenlladvances\ on slipped to : and even grammatical
( As S' 'nc sul-rriers! may not be aware of to do, by determining the quantity of gold
ftew YtrlV rises 1)' : yet if two individuals should make such a contract little value in controversies of this character, but
the f ict that; Post-Masters,; are authorised to frank or silver that shall be in any coin without fixing
: between themselves when the writer of such the
l letters remitting money for subscriptions ;'hos. I MitcEicl i the rate of interest to be paid for the use Of it. 1 by the laws of the nonsense as foregoing
\ State: it Would be his
: : void and the debt forfeited. commences by warning opponents to be
1 publish: the following; extract from the Regulations COMMISSION & FUR \V DING think I have already shown that this value is arbitrary -
The State agrees td pay these etiofmous! rates for on'their guard as to logic, it certainly does lust"fy :
of the Post-Office Department" A Post- MERCHANT. r and legal. Now: if I can. make it appearthat ,
I Mister; may o'ldoso) mosey in a letter to the Publisher 1\\\ Water the vaiua oonoioto; in Hid use, and not In the the ue of money; because there are State Works a little departure from the real points at issue.A .
33 st. Apalachico'a
: Ift!' a Vu\vrfpa: !,. r. to pay tilt SUt ",'ir"ion-of .cJo.n ii) thing itself, it will be evident that Congress has commenced which, unless completed, are useless word, now; as to our interference. It was
i third person, :and fra'k! the letter, written by .. t. only determined what weight of gold or silver and will soon decay. The fact is they are placed the manifest: departure of Vesper" from the
}himself., )" IJodQ'f! & Oardiicii hall be in certain coins, and left their valtid'entirely between two evils and choose between the two very courtesy he recommended,.that induced us
I -- .. .- GROCHlSUe, COMMISSION MECIIANTS5 ) Unsettled. The use or the income is the as of individuals hae done within a, few to take up the gauntlet, and his last article is

: I IICU Ii{,SNAL CA.RDS. '. I Nc 40 Water street, only thing that gives value to any thing: a house, years past; notwithstanding many of them have even worse than its predecessor. It is moreoverin
declS '> ; Apaladjicola, Fla.1T. if it could never be either occupied used or rented conducted their business: with as much prudence a style approaching to arroance.Ve say approaches -
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would be certainly worthless unless the ma- as at any period of their lives and have never be- to arrogance. This approach j is found
r2ta. :-;. .'y OrccnvM. D. ..Wood, I fore been troubled to meet their in his
I' terial of which it was composed could be employed engagements.! application of such phrases as ,shameful
Dj.!: '.IK1'! \' s this opportunity of expres- COMMISSDN, 1'ORWARDING' MERCHANT; for some Useful! purpose A fine horse is But during a fe\V years! they have been obliY'cd to descants, ebullient from the brains of ignorance,'*
hip 'to In.- and to assure \D SHIP CHANDLER ?
; paTrons l ,
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exorbitant
,j Ji uj tliat! it -h hi.i con-taut endeavor to rcn- ', No.\,Water'street' valued for his use ; break all his legs and he is pay rates of interest or suffer their credit to all unfavorable comments on Tractarianism, 1 m
ti,T hirii'*!t'! II lOre .cful ill his pruf:M-ion.oliet A good for nothing, for his use is utterly destroyedThe to be lost and their property to be sacrificed- and those of the contributor in question in par
lalachicola.novl
._ : U.M C.'l1tr'', -ar Watrr stivet.. dec25 I ly diamond is valuable for its use as an ornament with almost the 1 ifI ore & McKcirzie, ; were it deprived of its brilliancy, its use, Altho h they think themselves well able to pay character to assume the right of decidingnot

..1Card.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS} and therefore its value in that respect, would no forty, fifty or sixty shillings on the pound, yet only as to what descants are shameful, but
1)\1'. :S.V.. SPENCER has: removed his }iN 0: :34 Water streef, longer remain: the same will hold true of every their property writhes in their hands, whichever also on the knowledge of the writer. Surely our
v t-) the li.iltzcU; Buildingssecond floor, ; Altlachicola.11'aI. description of ornament. To anyone who will couree' hey may'take i and this is from no fault of term is not harsh when we accuse Vesper of

I ...vr :!h uorc ol N. Miller & Co. Eitrance from A. :\Ic.t.KNZIE, J i investigate the subject, it Cannot fail to be clear their own) but from v the absence of just laws. being not only arrogant, but extremely so. BUt

t henut street. His residence i is 01 Live Oak JOHN M. MotiE. 5 noel lv that in the use alone. consists the value of all material he says-" We have listened to these unjust cia
funnel the residence ot' Chares Rogers, -" For the Commercial Advertiser.
greet, ily I things. mors, and borne this wicked aspersion, with the
l t-:+ j.1 dec Vari'.tir &;
-- --- B)i* Finch. \ COMMISSION .JN1) FORWARDING legal value of the money itself, and the legal value When the contributor of the articles on Trac- testimony as to his meekness we must beg to be

i srU-.KON( DENTIST. 1, MERrHAJXT of the dollar increases just in proportionate the tarianfcm penned them he had riot the most dis- excused from receiving as.conclusive. That the
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:rot urn to Ajuhi-hicoh about the r.th Lr41 Vatcr-st-ect, increase of the inter 3t. Money loaned on inte- taut i idea of writing any thing: that would arousa meekness which befits a righteous cause" justi
: nov2"; I
\'\71LL\ it: -t., and ivsntnc1 the practice of hi.tirofesM.III. ly- -r-- > Ajalachicola, Fla. rest begets or increases its like; if loaned at six the spirit of controversy. They were intended fies his applying the term shameless and i ignorantto

1v. 1 II.! r.-UirsH! his thanks to the publ'ulfor the .n\ S. ilawlcy, per cent. per annum, at the end of the year it has: merely to express his opinions on a matter of gerieral the opponents Tractarianism, is of a different

.-rv liberal; cn''oura': ('ment he has heretJ re re- WHOLESALE UKALf.R: IN DRUGS, PAINTS, increased or added six dollars of the same articleas interest; and in so doing he repeated opinions character from that which is commanded by our

i--ivoi. and linrits. to receive a continu.uice(,their OILS, I.ay;, &r. &c., &c. the hundred.and: if the interest rise to twelve which many others have imbibed. He did Savior, we think no well-informed man will deny.
:'rlsr. tltt'. "r' r>+\\.l Noteater\ street, per cent. it doubles .the dollar as much as it dou- not profess to have read all the Oxford Tracts, Whether it be or not, however' it is far from
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i ------_______ pabchicla. bles the income. nor WQuld he contend( he intended ever to modest to stand before the public, crying aloud-
.1 :!.ut.s 5\ 1- ;.1.1'1'1 01', \ \ novlly .A Railroad: stock that brings in an income of read them, if tjpestioned n the subject now. But Behold how meek a man I am !1" -

T'OirrVA11DKX AND NOTARY PUBlIC, J. W. 'Toodland A; Co. six per cent per annum is certainly worth only this he did profess to believe that the positions While on this subjects we would ask Vesper;

t Apalachicola; Fla. COMMlSSl lb N >;IERCHANTS, one-half as much as one that brings in twelve pet assumed by the Tractarians were indefensible, what must be the opinions of men of good tasteon
May always '.. ; 1'0\1:111: .it the ollice of Farrio\&, No. 1-vCoia,;terce street, cent. If the income of the one that brings in six and to that belief he*}had been driven from reading such figures! as that of dragging the august

Co. >o. 1 J1 t \\' it'-r **. lie would respectfully} \. Ne\\\ Ore: \s, La. nov} ly per cent. could be let for six per cent. nly afterit the celebrated No. pp, and the condemned mysteries of religion from their sanctuary, and

licit the ittrt.tae of iiis: friends and aC'lllaiun !, \ -- was received, and the one that brings in twelve sermon on the Eucharist. Now, the Puseyites prostituting them before the curiosity of the pro
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l..a ur I N O1iae. COMMISSION I MERCHANT, the latter price would be worth vastly more two documents, and it is certain reading enough be courteous to his readers, we are very far froth

t4 WM.1. DV 1 S No. :")1 Con' !.4in street. than double the one that brings but six per cent when we arrive at that,point where positions understanding the meaning of the term, So far
NI\t Q. l, ANS. annum. But of these stocks from which differ from being Courteous, we that this
th. novl ly per suppose one we are advanced. .Let us not say langUag"gf
II.is ivturrt-d to practice of the Lnw. lIe 1 _.__._.__. .
should bring in six cent., the. next be misunderstood! -and we quote it from '* Vesper-is of cha
.< prepan-.l to atteiul, to business at the County \ : one year per 1 however,by that wo enough. a
Olfice Whitmarsii it' lich.drtisott, eighteen, the next five, the next twenty-four the We rnjeanthat when we have read to that pointat racter known to the literary world as billingsgate
f < 'l -rkN \p.slach.o1a.; \
------.- ------.- ,. llalct\ii' next seven, (the next four, and the next seventeen which,the.erroneous positions are assumed, we We also take the liberty of averring: that such figures
AJikJ: H. i: !';: /' GROCERIES, COXJ-G'IONARY Ilf]Fnit f AND per cent. and each year the income uncertain no havb then the\ight-to controvert that error. For ,so far from being chaste, are unfit for either

ATTUlt. J-Y XM: > (;OU. S"J.t.OIl AT LAW, .;Clltritl asborUiifnt No. :33 Wuter treet., Vegetables, &c., one would pretend to say- there was a filed valueto instance, if a, man Were to bring for our inspection the eyes or the ears of the pure. We acknowl

Marianna, Florida.Will !; \ palachicolu, Fla. this stock, or that it "would be a just measure a lmg.sum; 'arithmetic, and ask our approval edge to have blushed for the writer when we read

practii- in the Courts of' Franklin, Jackson s* Good j sold on Con1l11 ion. nl ly ?value, although! ; they now say of the dollar, that l of the result,'ire should be justified in examining it. It must be set down as language of a character -

if W.iltoa and Wa; ?hil1 a:ton counties.: it is a dollar all the world over and its value is the process i4. all its details. If in those that no man of either meekness*, modesty or

--- -- -- ------- S. .J;. Iltmitoii, always: the same. They might just as well assert details we find that ,at o.nes point lie has set it .refined taste, will, cinder ought to employ.

YOHXC V:: Taylor, DIALER I IN READY M1DE CLOTHING, of this railroad stock, that stock i is stock all the i down,that! 2 and 2.make G, we have then exa- INDICATOR.

:\ TT011NKYS AT LAW No. ,fl} Water sleet, world 'over, and always of the same value. But 1I.1lneq Jar enough to say, Here sir, is" an error."
Marianna: Florida. de ly Jlftlachicola, Fla. if the income on this: stock were precisely the Such is the positfbn of the contributor. He had REASONS FOR LEARNING TO SING -The"Musical

rJ1\: .1H.t c. Y()'G!;: JOHN. _I.>. .TAYIX . ---- -- ._-- same, not only every year but every day in each read enough to' discover radicalrrof ; one as Times" contains the following extract from!
l N. 'ttiller &Co. year, and would continue so without fluctuation, palpable as isf! the error that 2 and 2 make 0.- a scarce book published in 1653, entitled Psalms,

.; aiiics JI. 1i ratsocTTOnXEY DEAL' S IN CLOTHING, OOTS, SHOES, other things might vary but the stock would always Here,he paused, and denied that any result can Sonnetts and Songs!:: of) Piete," by Win Byrd, the!
_\ AT LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC, \\ 1IATS.&C. be of uniform value. And especially if it be correct which is brought\ out under this error. author of Non Nobis Domine. It offers forcible'

Nw Orleans. (\ner Water and Chesntt streets, were made the standard by which eve.otfcer He further contends that to continue the process, reasons for learning how to sing. We adviseour
Refers to-HMH. Judie Storv( Simon Grccnleaf musical societytoliave it printed on convenient =
Apalachcola. nov 1 Jy species of property were valued; it being the while this radical error exists, will lead to conclusions -
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I. L. D., G" ,*?'( T. JJenker, Esq. v>- '" .' \v foundation of all value and always producing the '. that must be fatal.to truth. Here, we cards and distributed intervals,!so that it be

<;. '1'. Ward & f{. W. White, \Jas. L. F'anHs, same: income,-stock producing "stock as money say, the: con ibtttor paused ; here, too, we should "kept before the people:" .
ATTORNEYS & COrNNELLORS{ AT LAW MERCHANT TAILOR &CLOTHIER/ at interest produces money, the thing produced pause. And,'..furthert it is neither "sectarian 1st. It (singing) is a knowledge easily taught

'Tjlljlias", Florida. *A"yu Bowery, nhr Ellington st. being precisely like the thing that produced it, injustice" nor; persecuting Unbelief" to show aud quickly learned, when there is a good master
r\\ the stock could not possibly in value Suppose -' that the position but it and an apt scholar. 2ndly. The exercise of sing
\ NEW K. noel vary : erroneous, most assuredly
Having associated the'.nsclves! in the practice of 'j \ ly -
; : ( ing delightful to nature, and good to preservethe +
of
this
a math:: to have one hundrcd.shares betrays a presumptuous, only to be
t the L-uv, tinder (the firm of WARP & WHITE, \ arrogance health of It doth all-
filobWf man. Sclly. strengthen
i P. stock, Avhich was yearly producing six dollars on found in! the advocates of priestly infallibility "
will attund the several Courts of the and
reiul-irly
doth he
'L Middle and Auahchicola; Districts and the Court MANUFACTURER AJD l I DEALER: INTCAJNBT each share, (amounting to $Goo,) the interest or to demand t i aL. any sensible man should go beyond parts of the heart, open pipes.-
4thly. It is a singular good remedie for stutteringand
six months .
dividend .pabl
I FUtXITCllE. ($300) being paid every pat tror.
Appeals at T.tll.lhassee. Up S-( No. 42, rater Street: should the stock and road cease.to exist, but the In our last communication we said that we had stammering in the speech. 5thly. It is the ./
_
, Dissolution of A'artucrsliip.THK decl4 ly v_ Atrlachlcola.n dividiiiit: be regularly paid, the non-existence of rfS poinjs1' to make, and most assuredly we have best means to preserve a perfect.pronunciation.le'is the ontl,
and make
/ lw Partnership heretofore existing i the road and tock would in no manner affect its none, because l we1} in common with. true to a good orator6thly
: 11Iic \ to know when nafure has be.'Owed: a go&fvoice
Apalachicola; District! between WM. H.NKQKENBHOUGH AUCTION tel :1. It Iyets value. 'But let the dividend interest cease to. d7:4lia, are scandalously attacked in our right .way there is ODeamon"
ANDMMISaOiMkRCHANT which is that not
I/ ic GEORGE S. HAWKINS, i is No. ,be paid, and for ever cease, and the road continue,* conscience by these Oxford Tractarians.Ve ; thousand gift that so hath rare it and in,many'tha.
this thy dissolved Water fcrett: the be worth one cent. Should lI1ay! attacked a ;
by mutual consent. Each par- Sale Da's-'VEn.EsDAYS stock would not sedulously because in addition to excellent gift is lost because they want an art t 4
jy will continue! to practice in the same courts as -----. --- nil SAtURDAYS. a farm cease to produce, it would be worthless: telling us that out of the bosom of the Church nature. There is not music

iu retucUre. W. H. J}. refers those persons wishing James\ for Agriculture; so, should the interest on money 'there i ist no alvatron, they call all dissentingmmistep j rf express instruments whatsoever 7thly. com para any* to that

lo employ! him to Col. Hawkins, for any imiwlute AUCTION AND CJMISSDN? ?tarr, ,ICHANTNo. for ever cease, I doubt whether any nation; wifn trespassers in the Lord's vineyard, violators w ic| is made of men's voices, whev1he,voices
advice or assistance all the laws it make, could ever maintainit 'of;the commands of Saviour !
necessary in his abstnc.c 31 Vater street might express our ; are good, and the same well sorted.and o eedi".
>,. nova ly as a currency. Therefore,money'loaned should or, in other wdrds, that we have cut the cable of Sthly. The better the voice is,the eeterSo.
.lpalacbicola, Dec 12, IS 13. tf \,ApalaiiicolanoridaScvard 1I hear an interest fixed at"such rates as never to be the great sheet anchor," and have sent the ship, honer and serve God therewith t/nd the voice ?f

rLISO 'W-& Co. I >iu 4: Co. oppressive even to the poor. We might better freighted with the immortal souls of living men, man is chiefly to be employed/that end Om-
B 33 Water street-Havereceivetl I AUCTION & : than the interest of the to
the of the yard on This
]just a fresh! CU1I111ION11ERCiIANTS, vary length voyage everlasting perdition. nit spiritus louder Dominunhdace /
stock of consist-
in; of Groceries goods, Water street, AaUhicola. money;-better allow all the other measures to besides being an attack, is scandalous and untrue;
?
:Shoes)/ Saddlery, Crockery, Dry Goods, Boots and I Liberal advances made t. al consigntients: to vary than this, because it measures the value of so al least believe all TRUE Christians, and theyare 8Q- the I 1st Sep ibcr, -),151),577 inrleans.

Combs, Brushes, Hats, Hardware Wood Ware, them and any business enacted to thtir care every specie of property, all Government expenses fortified in this belief by the Holy Scriptures.Thus specie, has arrived in Nets '
tllt. Fancy Goods! &c. &c., which will be promptly attended tiREFERENC all official salaries, and every thing that is fortified, the contributor of the articles on

d'C7 y are prepared to sell at reduced prices. .. sold by the piece, bulk or quantity. How important Tractari ni9m i expressed his dissent from, or, if EXPLOSION OF STEAM !LERS--have The US fi Board 18X10. .

f Boston, Hallowell is it then that it should be just! A man you please, his condemnation of the doctrinesthe of Commissioners inventions/prevent i it/said,! explosions spent of stem
in
Tobacco and Scgars.Vll LANE &. READ. &.c. WnrrnlR. might as well be allowed to change his neighbor's Tractarians disseminate. It was as a ChrIs- boilers testing they have 1.eJ1 !in favor of MSjor

BOXEs Tobacco various qualities, Portland, Me. |"W Orleans; landmark as to increase the interest: on his debtor: tian that he spoke, and before his character, as Raub. ; The com;=loners finished their report
vM Sears do do for sale by GARY COOK, H.Vcod] : & Co. He would as much augment! the debt, to the inju- such\ the distinction of Puseyite or antiPuseyiteis on the 28th Xov/1 er. and we shall soon hue alf

dec l J'nODaE t>' G./IRD.V'ER. DANIEL WINSLOW. A.achicola, Aug. 26. ry of his debtor, as he would enlarge his farm to trilling, and insignificant.: If he had been dis- the facts.-Ch 1{' .ton Patnot. r

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(' staring us in the face; but these had no terrors for fruitful of discords.l The principle:1 we believe assertions, which are neither sustained by reason, figire or witness of Christ,-and further is the
FIJ 111Tr r IVohop who makes us Clergymen God's ministers':
('ll.J'1) 'L rll\11U
.J. t 1: j U \ !H t IH: nor, con d they make us exclaima Ghost!" is generally acknowledged : if isa result of nor characterised by that devout piety and Christian Hj is Christ instrument, and he visibly chooses

--- _. Look lo if I stand here I saw him! c.P erience. ,* One would thinl: uureover-if meekness Vesper" professes to inculcate these whom Christ chooses invisibly, to serve in ,

AP.'t:ACIIICOL:1, MONDAY, JAN. 1, 1844. We were not thus easily appalled and disheartened no law existed-that the rule of propriety and ,-in short, that vaunting spirit which is till)fe word from and the Bishops.8acr.1 leut that of the the news Church of redemption, and thenit ,

------ : we commenced and have prosecuted the delicacy would leave to the chosen incimbent ofa exhibited throughout, is too incompatible with i attl the Cleans of grace have com to all men ;

"\-uMTi: SAXS nru.*' enterprise with all the industry and energy we cure the selection of his own ministecal: assis modesty and good sense ever to produce con ic- i tIts again is a witnessing Chri t.. I who !-l>rak toyw ,

__________ concerning Christ was ordained to do so by "
could bring to our aid, and if these, aided by the tance. But a supposed admission of variant tion. :. fie Bishop; he speaks in me,-as Christ wrought ,

o Clt.E: I..\'E--. gem rous and liberal support of the community, ministers would also be, as that writer hai objected The Oxford Divines distinctly admit that the ii him, and as God sent Christ. Thus} the whole

We to-day commence the :Second: Volume of will not insure our success, why, we must share in express violation of the thirty-tint canon Tracts for the Times" were commenced in con- {Ian aediator of salvation above; his holds servant together the iJl: Christ hl'hid the earthly true

the Commercial: Advertiser." Whon we look the sad and melancholy fate of those who have of our church in the United States. No ihurcn-- sequence of the Government interfering with the ,ike ness. ?

back and retied upon the circumstances under embarked in similar enterprises before us. Thus man could have held out this "inducenent" possessions of the clergy, and especially in consequence Then you will honor us with a purer honor 'I
'jean you now dOt namely,-as than; who are in-
Which the first number of 1 the first volume was far, in the prosecution of our labors, we have received without ignorance or dishonesty.' of the Government interfering with the rusted with the keys of heaven and hell '. as the, .

issued, and compare them with our present pros- a warm and generous support, and our We calmly prptcst against being ours f inculpated power and prerogative of the clergy,by abolishingten ivicked ieralds of men mercy as ;intrusted as the denouncers with the awful ot wo and to 1

pects tee ]have, indeed, ;rood cause to feel encouraged hearts arc overflowing with gratitude therefor. for either the ignorance or the} dill )nest Dioceses Ireland. fnysterious gift of making the treat; and wine '

and to: congratulate oursrlvc.-, while We have earnestly endeavored to deserve this } of another man. Nor could our disobedience The following 'extracts: with the .comments Chri t's body and blood." Tract 10. And! thus

we are greeting: our friends with gratnlation, support ; we have toiled early and late to makeour of right rectify his wrong. On the other hind, thereon,'together with, the extracts from the opinions of!having reverence prostituted, awe, as and they mystery suppose, so, tbr tS sentiment to produce

on this the first day of the NEW Yr.R.Having journal worthy of itself and its patrons; we test the justice of your objection to our conscientious of the Bishop: of Calcutta and the Bishop: of 'its the mind an adniission of their claims to PO.-H-H:

have make it the vehicle of Winchester below will suffice for the independently or inherently these powers and prerogatives
to correct published -
no capital, and nothing to sustain or sought obedience of duty by a reference to legal or :' they proceed to educe the legitimateconsequences.

recommend us but unwearied exertion and perseverance commercial intelligence and the herald of the mercantile aff irs. If you have allowed yourself present : And although} it does appear mere

we commenced the publication of this growing importance of our city ; and if, like the to be involved in a transaction, or [Ito perform'.anact And what is of more consequence to us, this dible,to yet establish such nevertheless the doctrine is, that the fact die, they proceed .

knight-errant: of old, we have occasionally opposed to a published statute, does the Law claim is held by Bishop Onderdonk, and by a majority -' of the Laity depends stlvation ,
journal, trusting in the addage that honest: industry of the Clergy. Indeed the claim has been, upon an 'official act of the Ii
will be rewarded;" and we have found it sumed the cuirass and the.lance, it was in defence hold you excusable? On the contrary, it considersyou made with such boldness, and supported with such j ja i Clergy.somelhms That is: that to say, a nlauV salvation dr P era is

of these interests:: and the institutions which foster bound to inform 'ourself of the statute, 1 shot of argument, that it appears to have beep upon I a Bishop or Pne3t shall du or I
verified. Our freinds! have come around us, and auj 4 generally admitted. They are God's ambass* say."A

by their liberal patronage and contributions have ana protect them. to act in conformity with it. Althoughwe dots They are j possessed of the same power an! person not commissioned: from : i o .!

enabled us to bear our heads above the current In conclusion, we have only to add our warm are puzzled to know what this has to do with prerogatives as the Apostles, and their immechafsuccessors. tar may bathe ufth with! thf words war 'r of on baptism earth but, and Jrfilkie i" 5; ;
and( as Ji necessary consequence there i no
and sincere wishes for the of all who pro-
of hard times," till we have succeeded in reaching success engage Romanism, or poor Dr. Pusey, yet if a demonstrable salvation depends upon something that they al+he mire from Christ! that such a person shall admit

terra .f rata," and are now ni a 1 permanent in laudable undertakings ; nor can we omit fraud has been committed, we will unite with 'can do Are the t- pretentious' merely, or ire ) Tr.IL the+ J1".11,!} ; of.heV A 1 p.-rson not
sari indeed true Je&us Christ e/se! commissar may break Im-ad and ,
the expression of our heart-felt wishes fur the the Y verily ; : pour out wine
ami sure foundation. It shall be our earnest and you in asking legal punishment for an enormityso the Apostles: to teach mankind certain trulis! pretend to give the Lord's SK, ,t T, fJlIt ,.

continued endeavrr; to prove ourselves worthy happiness of the LADIES. May their fond expectations heinous, instead of commending your" philosophical which! he came to earth to make known ; wlr afford no comfort to any to retv,ve it hand".
of pleasures and husbands be realised. truths: were engraven on their: minds! and heart became ,there is no warrant from UlirSt t", leui. J
this support, and to make the "Advertiser"suchw submission. the spirit ; and tney were endowed with inincuous communicant to suppose, that while he due sty
paper as to entitle and ensure it an increase To the young and ardent-to the enamored youth Here, then," adds the editorial, "the builders gift', to demonstrate to all men, that tjevere here on earth, they will be partakers in the

of- and blushing maiden who arc just awakening toa of the church are rejected.Vhich of the indeed authorised}. from on high, to do vliutiiey vior's! body and blood" Tract 35. ":l1ul wltli
patronage. did and teach what him agreed the whole( Church fir'Wteen
to they taught. Tlosetiaths of Uod for th-
perception of the visions of delightful love
It will not be out of place here to say something builders? and how rejected? It i is constructedby were for all, \\ ho should by any means receive hen Bred' y P,ario::; knowing thai when our
tin -* we wish success, and hope they may realise all your own act-and its portals are open wideto th rn. But the Scriptures of divine trutl; as Lord said, 'do thu in rem:-'mbrdnct of me,' JJ 3
regard; to cur future course; ; and this can be- their bright anticipations and their sweetest and and all bidden etibodied in the New Testament, were in the Apoitles were only present; therefore none but
done in very few words.! The iidt crtiser", your entrance--anal: you are one hids of but few, at the time of the AporJes' they and.tht"I; deputies could be aid to have His

will continue to be-as its title purports-strictly most secret dreams. in God's name, welqome; :-and entreated to parti- death ; and therefore the necessity of having; tjose warrant for >Hessiog that bread and Clip t and thi s
To uur kind patrons-generous contributorswarm its its services. ., We ask nothing better tru hs committed to faithful men, who should ro- is a matter j-ertaiiung- to each man's salvation ; for
commercial in its character. We eschew all cipate cla'.m; thorn to the world. But when' the em ,di- that bread %a nd:! curare t thea1Vointed mean, whcrebv -
politics in an editorial point of view. Having fl'iends-onc and all, we wish A HAPPYNEwYEAlt. than that this your earnest zeal for godliness mett of the scriptures of divine truth took pice, the faitiiul are to partake of Christ's body and

." should manifest itself in the devotions of the temple as they now exist in the New Testament lose blood otle.:ed for Their sins." Tract 5...
not even a vote in the National Legislature, .and'no re' trutl came to every',man, who was possess/l I of Thus ve see tint the Tractariaiw claim! f..

voice on the Presidential question, we can see whose doors barred upon no willing wor then, however possessed,with the same gut testy possess iiherent pcwrr and prerogative as ihvel- .
For the Commercial Advertiser.VINDICATION'N'O.IV. shipper.Tha as though he had received them from a successor ling in tie Clergy I by virtu! of the power and prcrogatm -

no good that could accrue to us or our readers by esteemed writer excepts to ." the spirit" of th I dho.-tles. The'Apo.-jtles were nulhonitive- committed to the :Apostles: byJe::; Chn advocating, through our columns, the principlesof ly aut\\tons"'d to nrocIAim those truths whijl; had and tint the power and prerogative tlm* ';UlllUlltle -
The contributor to the columns of the Commercial
either or the advancement of the claimsof of our Vindications., .. Well, his exceptions may been K'fittrn on their minds and hearts liy BK spi- htye remained whole and entire, and 'I Ieend: -
part docs himself and us great injustice by be just ; but we beg to assure him' that we have rit ; tlt.'irsuccessors w.ere; ministers and tischers ed, asit were, Ly a cr.uiu to our pre cut Ci:hop!. !

any individual as Chief Magistrate; ; we shall imagining that we account him either an "infi- indeed, but were nut .Jritliorised to teach ai:' new It 15, however, obvious aad conclusive, from the i
cherished uncharitable whatever and
no feeling truths tosalvation. Tins} the is thedl1erenf' i
therefore leave the matter entirely to the decision &s necessary ;
del" or incorrigible heretic." He is quite correct abate extracts, that the Oxford Divines interpret{
are truly sorry if we have written aught in seem- between the Apostles and their:iccessors. -
of the Sovereign People" of the States ; trustingthat in asking Who constituted us judge of his We shall riot retort the Gi Idid i indeed appoint preaching asimedium thus with a view to their: own convenience and
ing uselessly
whoever be elected will bestow asperity. by hieh his truths should be prochiued to
may upon in'crest rather than the )
dissemination of
opinions"? We leave the prerogative of Judgment charge of harshness, because it is so difficult the worM l, nor his} He.revoked, his author ; but truth ;

our Territory greater consideration than she has with the infallible Deity whom he adores.It To'see oursels as ithers see us" He has appointed other agencies or mini Irs, by Hat they lay claim to power and prerogative: alike ? .

heretofore received from his illustrious predecessor's. is difficult/ to understand why he or his auxili- whom also his truths are sent forth ; and ,teeter revolting to the reason of man and the justice of _t
bear beam in ,
." that we might possibly a our own sent, and however received; they come hen received :' I
aries should personally appropriate remarks His with In heaven! Instead of hC'ins as they prote.-s: tt/ be,
general eye, while quietly pointing to a little mote in his wth} autlwmty, not nip's.
As to local politics, we are frank to confess we so inapplicable from the first to one. for And the not humbled in thc'present. age of the: Church, and for fled past, the meek and: lowly teachers of the l d.ristbn} : i religion -
have none in particular and it would be difficult only reason why we are the Clerg are appointed by the Church teacp
;
vile
they are the ot'soiiie (
whose merits and integrity we have already recorded the dust of:ortification: when he accuses us of a and to expound the! scriptures:, and to ajuiiustorcertain projectors: unholy, ,
define where is claimed to be
to 'a position, none our unfeigned esteem-and it is a record tremendous estiinati n" of our knowledge, is i, rites ; and the Church! is hound y en'/}" some nefarious scheme ; the selfish authors of
held. + official act'wf her Clergy ; and they ail also i;>- venal who .
some polio hypocrites have stoic
which the '
of his strictures ;
despite severity
,
we that he cannot be half so'sensible of our deficiencies
poiiited! bvpil! but lie: is bound onliso tar asti
In a city like our's, on the sea-board, of growing do not wish: to retract. as we painfully' l feel them-ourselves. Uui: ,..; nC'r, anJ ,ak.uLd, 1Hlll tdtnitii; f _ur ltt I {L !the I livervul. ._ _II eaven," auo. under its specious I
,
importance, it should be the paramount object ,. or according; to Ins will" gad>,seek to,enslave: mankibd.vtr"'rAS.. I
With his own }pen he has now, in a spirit of surely -it implies no reflection upon others, to '.
fve .
:And the ties-lion what ti rest
of to and advance her : occurs,on nr+ : -
a public journal protect
candor, confirmed' statements respecting his prefer drinking at the fountains of information, our authority Iwhenthc. state desrrfs.-Jl'r.t/t/ J. I'U"I":'l' ..
commercial interests, and with us, this shall; be "And above all, when the nation mltrferes a
limited of the subject which he
investigation on
instead of drawing i it from the discolored streams BY THE BISHOI> t
with the right and of the ;hmh it
uC While possessions ,
done the ultima thule
to our ability. : \
wrote. lie has, like a majority of readers, drawnhis that flow through the soil of secondary knowledge. can cv ll'ittl I less grace; complain of pe Church "It i is t+i me a iiutterof e, that! '
we attend to these in a greater degree, we hope in the nineteenth century. ?.l. fundamental -
inferences from a .Jlortion of the Tracts, A principal end of these Vindication; will be interfering with? the nation.'ith tiit'> introduction -
that our columns will not prove entirely barrenof let sue cull[ your attention :Ito \\i t'aeemsa. : position of the l'oJl'ry..
tfte miscellaneous and (misapplying them to our church,) and has taken'the achieved, if readers are induced to investigate the mutt_dangeruter infringement of bur nfiu's! on the virtually rcsssc-rttfl in t it vt-ry
interest
to : general
Episcopal Address in the .N ew-York Convention 1 momentous subjects herein feebly touched. When i part of the start Tire legislating has/alien upon church which was ref iir+attly 1

reader. at second hand re P art.' If his denunciation the object of debate-an exposition of.. Jtsel to re.n\J\ l the Vioccst's H In ends aproceediu three centurion i.'icv: m: by the }
Arrangements have been consummated, by I proper. ; tt nicrt 'YlJlVt'5's the apx;uunct therefore, was inconsiderate, his mistakes principle-is forgotten, and there is danger that Bishop over cer1in; Clergy ; curl of u 1.1i n Clergy his fellfiw-sutiLTes. ..-e to havtsall ,
which the have been interested
: undersigned:; equally Who under certain without'the' Church
I&hops being
: are at least susceptible of 1 palliation. may discussion degenerate into personality, or victory the filial: resent::* wliir. foiuu-rly s: ,ra'*, frura t f
in the I publication! of t the! "Commercial consulted in the lIl.1tter-Tra/t/ !) <& r
I not err in his conclusions derived from isolated instead of truth becomes our aim; it will be more "Here then wq have the admitted jaiicC of the the traditions of men roiitrxUu-i-d in hov'Vtr

Adveitiser; since the first of July last. This has passages: or single pamphlets? especially when profitable to seek guidance in! the closet of devotion ,''Tracts fur the times.' The/cads!: !then of the modified a torn, amongst: us ? Arc \ve to 'liave ;i '
been done with a view to render its publication Tracts, was not oily what tip riatstfi had done, refined tr:1Ilslbl.llltiat ; the ;;arratntuts..rrt
tlouMy! sure, both summer and winter; and inasmuch those conclusions are already prejudiced by othermen's than to wield weapons 1 drawn from Heaven but the fear of whit! the natioijwould et do.! The not frith, the chief m< :.inscfsilvutioii : aconiuscti

discoloring; interpretations.'* armory, on a carnal arena Begging to re-assure cause being admitted, we ar; tvarr ,ted "in concluding and uncertaii mixture of the merits of Christ and!

T as all of the undersigned are practicalprinters referring! us to Judge Jay's letter, the writer contributor and his friends of.our unimpaired ", that the r aJ object cf the *Tracts for the inherent grce, iu the mutter of justification ;
this object'must be attained. your times, was independence of the na IJil. And this: remission o/sins/ and the nc-w crcutiuii in Christ
has committed, the same error. His own expres respect: esteem, and cordial charity, we tender independence of the nation rus to >e accomplished -
K. A. DOMINGE, confined,oi/alm/ vst' confined! to bapt'-:1I; perpetiul I Ii
sions of opinion would weigh as much with us as not by separating themselves lean the nation,
: them thecompliments of the season, and devoutly i
!
doubt ot'pu/Uon to the penitent nt'tcr hut s.a'r.nient
train 1 ;
the dogmas
J. F. BOS\VORTH, but by inducing lation tuado'pt : : ..
J. L. \VY IAX. those contained in the letter, which we read a wish them years of heartfelt ,happiness. as fundamental, which whet adoptiJ, would take the duty aid advantage of sell= :>osi'd! austerities;

.: month ajo.; Both are individual-like those of VESPER. away from! the nation all riglit to ii'erfere, in anyway the innoeincy. of prayers for the lead ; and Mmihr ,

the Oxford gentlemen. The latter, doubtless, are .' with the possessions: lowers prerogativesof tenants jid usa; t-s, which generate: a spirit of
' THE NEW YEAH.TODAY the Church, or rath I glijuld:! spy of the Clergy.l bondage/again/ asserted amonu us ? And is theparamo'Jht
distinguished: for greater theological erudition. For the Commercial Advertiser. This was an,object that required ?tat ability[ and I authority of the! inspired Volume, and

is the beginning; ; of a NEW YEAR I For, Mr. Jay' /bpinions in' tleology are quite as 14IR. EDITORs you do not seem inclined to varied powers+ to accoikplisl ; an bject, they well the Iocliue of the grace of God 1 in our Justification -
., knew that with the ability, boidnets! and '
What visions of glory, what lofty aspirations, ]Little renowned as his civilian attainments 'and meet Vesper" in the controversy he seeks, permit :-' success, could only lie greatest iwcomplisli-d autt 1} J3ut In. the merits of Jesus Christ, which reposes

what pure .and elevated thoughts, what solemn !J judicial decisions. From john Jay 4 stat nomi-. i me to furnish the,1 proof he demands in eels'. .recollecting! that man isiot.oniy) 'i religions being, on that authority, to be :1 ;weakened and

reflections what ttelauchulyarxiationsit( brings: nis umbra. -he has inherited the patrimony of a Lion to the Puseyite doctrines., In furnishing; but eminentlya superstitio'tbeiif, they therefore obscui'd: by such human superadditi.-.ns, and a
set about ope'rating upon tha scnOinonts of reverence I liew jilitice of will-worship, and 'HlullL'\ry hu-
aloni with it'! It has been truly said that every worthy'narno: but his intellectual vagaries, espe- the required proof, I shall show that Pmeyism is awe and mystery, and! thereby bringing him : ifiili ',' and the rudicients of the w orld,' as the

New: Year's, day t we arrive. at, i is an imaginarymilestone cially acrimonious censures of the institutions'' Popery, artd hat Bishop Onderdonk is a Puseyite into subjection. The '1'r ':fuiml' therefore with apo./le: speaks! 'to be createdonce more, in the

will in the wool and that his defender Vesper great boldness laid down Chess dogmas as the place of the : uu+gospel of a crucified Saviour t"
011 the great turnpike of human life. of the South, hardly gain a deferential appro* dyed foundation of,their systeia, vizi! that the Clergy : ;

Thus regarded, it is an appropriate place for reflection titian for his dictum in our latitude. ., ," is of the same faith, and manifests aspirit a possesses: power and i>rer<|ativem the Church, independently I -
BY THE BISHOP OK WINCHKsTKR.
renewed exertionin Like the editor and Mr. Jay, we exercise deal less than ins P l'ation. .I'shall adduce ) of the Churchandfurther, \yhatever
and a starting point for the great spiritual ptivilebes'pvtvrrs or prerogatives are /"I cannot but fear the consequences; ; for the '

.1a performance of our journey. It i is, indeed, privilce; of excepting. to any offensive theories p l' proof that 'j Vesper" cannot ,reject or controvert.I possessed by the Church, are possessed: m virtue of character, the ctIiciencami the very truth ofrite

.1 moral to those who meditate the doom Mr. Newman.sari Dr. Pusey wfch. thcir-coad',N. will prove that Puseyism is Popery by the Oxford an Apostolical or Epic;! mhustry: ; and therefore church if a system of tcachinhouW become
touching the Church has no 'iiidit! to cireuniseube the extensively popular; \ which dwells upon the e.\- .
the whole human race! The tors. They have: proclaimed some sentiments Tracts and the writings of the Right Rev. take
which} awaits ministry ia the e-xerci8.l1ofthcir powers, ur to ternal and ritual: parts of religious service, .vhifet
starring t i ruihf'1 u the young, it is the ;oai at which which we disapprove, end they have been unfortunate Bishops of his own church : Bishops, too, of away from them any of tleir prrru atit r,. The it loses si.i ht ct their inner meaning and spiritual

tliti, aTed have: arrived ; and while the former, also, in their manner. of exhibiting",correct great learning and piety; men whose writings arguments had made.hoof use of f to great pnve, or support and were theirpositions life which defacethe hri,htt'St glory of th"
a strength
R The not been breathe spirit of cliristian Church by for:;cttin!; the continual ure>cncc of
Doctorhotveverlhas' charity and meekness
with t buo "an'l hopes and high; adjurations, look! doctrines. urged with great rabillty and :skill.: 'l hope ar'u- "
) vistas of the future the suspended-l; ".by his o<<-ji'' church... On the con not cJiaracterised by personal 0-.,. vituperativelanguage. mints were, that the Bishops \\ere the representatives her Lord ; seeming; in etlect, to depose him from ,
', ito the green of God on earth and \11<.t they were to hj his riirhtful nrc-cwincnce-which tends to substitute" -
l I..'?ti i ;:,upon the faded p"5tT with regret; and trary, he still continues to officiate m ChristChurch ?; _' : received as standing {n the sa; '.ue r/iatiou to tl.c at KM, >{ in unholy minds, fur the worship: inspirit

A due: admixture of serious, and solemn Cathedral. He was suspended" solely I now send you a few extracts.' from the Oxford Church and Christ, thtt the Aportles: and their uaniediate : and in truth, the observance of days and

v Vice Chancello><, from preaching before Tracts which 1 t go to prove that your former re- successors: occupied. \ will give a few months, and times ault.ars: :' for, the cheerlul
isj.thc; !!, must always find a pUce in the by the th Tnneb aln st
marks were just and true." At my convenienceI luotuiions from the Tracts for ): obedience of filial love,an aspect hesitation and
f the
of
.rJ"' .4' those \\ho hate. taken leave of till: bril- I the University ; xnd that 1.too, on account will furnish' others from the same source. To iadis-crimmatfly given.. J\out. of a inulutude, that eould! be trouble,'and doubt: for thfncdnU\ of the !gospel: r

but it is discourse on the Eucharist;which, it appears, we bond- which works out salvation
of "The ot
intoxicating season youth, LordIts a spirit 1 e-
add Chri. 1 lrs the ?
these extracts, permit me to extracts from 't s t bavc .t pirit to
v "j young to temper, with like impres- both have read ; and in which, abstruse. as it mav Apostle who s; they Ul tutu laU their hands: on hose indeed with tear and tren.bling, but without any .
the
sides of the Atlantic the commentaries of some of distinguished should tilllcec'l and foretaste ot" the ret that rcnsiu tit fur the people
both tlto-e all1 on
a
;: Illations with' which they arc wont be, 1 lynx-eyed scrutiny. on. itwill others; and *"" the Sace't. ""'" '
which i
could not detect, the figmpnt of transubstantiation Bishops ol the Church of England: from down to our present lVi;h wH crift, : *ln t\ u':en :I1l.led of God, and without >>> ill bdie\tll-; =
.- ,?,.; the New Year., They do not reflect : :' doctrine advanced in the "Exalt the iract; 1.
be seen that the HlY"atllt.d. the ;
r 1' it. of to-day Uy.Lc: changed: into bat r- or any doctrine unsupported by the is characterised as rank Popery preseutativcs of t11e Adtit?s. and.nl them_ Alba I AngelS roof For the Advertiser.
; England to whom he has Oxford Tracts the Churches. mf 1\1\ EFHTORrTwo comuuIDrcltions: entitled
aTim with its noiselcas tread, soundest divines of ;f y,y our Uil' sing be:
i :; .
contend that the Bishop of Calcutta ordained by tliMa to .take / "'
m his notes.' Had '\Till" Vesper 1 part.. in. t ininii.7 Vindication," and ; have: appeared
references signed Vesper
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meverything.. It i is like an ct cr-rolling given an array ,! try"-Tract 1.
and the Bishop of Winchester are WIc/ a, .,: I : in has
: stle
your Their
flood it rushes' us with resistless: force, and it been otherwise-had a dogma condemned by "For many YP'4'SV have been -- paper. peculiar
upon Church been discovered in I his writings-he brainless or unbelieving ? Will he say that these habit of resting oil' elaiu on the gen used: some speculation about the authorship,
buries. all beneath its dark waves it subveits the submitting aUfiorit: f, ?f decency ,
from the caverns: to ; a elicited remarks
many
conjured the which
empires, overturns thrones, swallows up all earthly would have been impeached before an ecclesias- opinions are ghosts' respecting preceil-nts loip establishes author upon subject '
s
recSfehis fancy," Qr shameful descants ebul- that ,ivarrai which mar professes to discuss. Permit me to
to
and to error, of perturbed appealing .
tical tribr tal compelled !
rulers and their subjects, and changes the :: 1 ilish[ few
? Will he for God's utl1bas.il u r,. -TrJ a comments Ves
of sively upon er" and his
from the brain ignorance" p
V'hole: aspcct-of universal nature! It should ad- or be deposed l from his sacred office* 1 tent "Christ prom'wd to b, with his.as inmnications, written after the ,
the writer charge all the eminent men of his own church, of hsreligijti nuumerofscpnc:
mi/iish'us of Ve utter nothingness of all human Passing from Oxford'to Apalachiccja, ministers even .Arr he public talk.
'who have written and spoken against Puseyism, the world. In One sens*}the Apo
pow, and pomp, and granducr ; of the uttErvanitY1f" in tilt; "Commercial" brings a very grave ? Theffimarks aliye till He csilie ..gainj f but the} 1 Estimating the character of the writer by the
-if he has and it as with ,infidelity I thJUl( -'lhllJe(
accusation against some person, whom regarded Popery natural time. Now wh| were -
all }
earthly possessions.But'v
his language-he oughf to which you have been pleased to make in representatives! ; of that iu thclueratw.t. nest temper of his articles, it is not easy to determine
> did not take our pen to indulge such deliberately pondered offensive entatlve1 of that in tht' ;cueratlOn nexttlwir the position occupied-or claimed to be occupiedby '
repre
serious an solemn nfie<:tiuns. Our object was designate and expose to merited pprobrium. Hejtfaks your editorial columns, which were so death 1 .lltevut Iy whutt.t Trey ordainht tu Vesper in His{ warm devotion
society.
the of a promise made to the people! -as an to 4* Vesper,". were quite moderate compared ,succeed them-in fhui/inmist/ l.Wrk.1 If any
merely to cynply 1 with common usage among of the Protestant could J.e said P have/hn J>t's power and to a church, (or its forms) and blind, headstrong
of person
v ife should be with the many
church-that language very
editorial the usual salutations ol inducement to erect a rull/ and ordaining of
corp m oflering presence, am'the[ gifcof and declamatory defence of a church dignitary
in condemnation
ministers miscellaneously, When unoccupied Episcopal Church, who have spoken of binding M looM purely those on
to
in ichmg
to opened te ,
tlijp son ou and the community 1 exist,
patrons in whom he will neither admit to
1gencial "
Onderdonk. ilici/nw: see, or
of the Oxford Divines an.I Bishop whom the )otties lid were they. -
the Protestant Episcopal : |
: In con;;.dulating them, it may not be by a clergyman I forbear Twct 4 the possibility of error, declare ;" Vesper to be
effusions
riots Church. To many of the people," this As to"Vesper's" own "Tims tle ,h,iil h t spiritual sons, then
amiss to say word oourselves.; It is! nearly very tUApo : of the (his) church : and h one who may read" in
but bin bestow them any thing like a regular notice spirit ml grLnu-ons thei--grand-sons, andso
to
of would have been no inducement, an upon t ;
since we the publication the ambitious
a year : commenced for the ta..n -VI to the present his sycophancy and adulation aspirations
vain on
: it would be a : attempt,
the Commercial rhlt'i-tiscr." At the time we dranee. A variety of discrepant teachings,.how t ; indeed, time. ,.1 who are at this of .one whose dreams of his own destiny

'. undertook, its publicationVe were fully apprisedof ever gratifying to curiosity, is found to be very sage I precepts' r wisdom and instruction to which time, th ., the Apostles stall} ; I present visions 01"a ..Mitre perhaps even of t
of answer
the difiicuities and embavassmeuls with which. unfavorable to edification. The short hisfcry of he 1 pretends, are so bmiod in mass generalnotiouI shall give sin the 'here:p' is uo doubt Cardinal's hatf-uf ore who can stoop to rise. '
the of ,
'\ of religious societies in this country-each tenacious : that like silver mingled with ure U." "MoreoverilLJUIllily who can- bend the
tt' .tt ouldlavu to strugle. The ghosts numerous Christ humbly at nod of ecclesiasti.
e 4 ., it is too little to for the labor of separa- the belo\v as r
lead pay Bi"'h
: kindred journals, whvc establishment of its faith-has proved the attempt to mingle; ," consist of nothiug more than naked rules it t: i Hl.O idiop, 'sa power, to rise from his humility ina future daj,
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tion. :
in the extremeand They
here in tif.s their diverse operations injudicious ,
hud .been attempted : past, were

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rand receive the like obeisance from future aspi- For the Commercial Advertiser.TO RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. Chamber of Commerce. FOR LI\1'la'Jlno-Th "

unscrupulous as himself. While these A SOLITARY FLOWER Pe-stiamer Flort'ncc07: bales cotton to J Annual 4-- r folSl-'I.1illtll
rants as HE Meeting ol ApaladrvoU[ Br. Ship (;Jf'Rrt.r: George Turjy
lead Plucked from an Indian Mound & Co.; 7 to Lockhart A; Young; :300 to IiiutT Chamber! of Commerce will held Tuesday 'J cS -
believe
t hi"H church tones us to. Vesper" near Apalachicola brolgh N: Ridgway. jbc on Her flatter, will meet with despatch.i .
22d December, 1S43. Per evening the 2d instant. at' half-past seven or frwight app: v to : '
either more or less than a lay-churchman, (suppose stumer Apalachicola-5-15 bales cotton to
hesitate consider him suchwhen Sweet, simple flower and thou did'st wave Ilater.llloltnes) ; 275 to 1IcKa & lIarthorne ; o'clock, at the Mansion: Home. flt.'c'1 \\-. A. & P. C. KAIN. '

rum more) I to Above the mound ;-the Indian's .J_ 73 lu [Kim1rouh ,V H id,way; C,3 to D n tt'uod.L P. G. PORTER, ---,

\ reperuse his Vindication No. II," and I found thee there grave v>*-7:; ::3(* toLockhart .1 loan;; 12111 *) Goddard ; _Jan. 1, 1511.! Secretary. : i'tR 1."Jf! : {UOt-Britbla; !barque

ice How;. far its spirit is from the high standard by Where to-day ; 2 to1 II Idldwin v\: Co., and 22 sacks corn to 1--'llisotot &tl'a.. I ,fmI'r \rn: L_ Jnhuoj. master i*
Chauahoochee's waters lave, LII. kht art : Young.f r g. i. '. which the world, vile as it i H. evpects every profound Thou bloomed ;where sleeps full many a brave '\ [ steau Jas Y Smith-150 }bales cotton to DEALERS IN MISCKLLANKOUS[ ; GOODS, irei;; :iit m a few days, for which apply ta
AND
COMMISSION I MERCHANTS-f
Christian, and especially every teacher of Whose souls have fled Locklwrt A:Young: 100) to W A So P C Kain. 75 de'-ll l 1 J. DAY; Co-
Xo. :33 Water
street
away. ,
to A WyIieJ20; to Perry A; Dickinson; G'f -- -----
the religion of Christ, to regulate his walk and Sweetly thou bloomed in modest pride ro.-in to Fanor & Co. rlt-'cl1v Apalachicola Fl.i.H FOR LfVKRPOOL! Ship TAU.AtAsjicr -

''m'crs.1tion.Vhl'rc is the charity that vaunt- Thou seemed a. if Indian Per team-( Lowell-27G bales cotton to \I( Kay Uoberts, Aiieii & Co., .t j Hatll '. master, will meet with

cth not itself and i$ not puf1 d up ? Where the an bride, & IIart-hon60} : to D nVood A: Co.; ICO> to AVE on hand and for sale: ,. & despatch. For 1 freight. apply to
Stil1ling'ring there, did stray, Moore A: Mcienzie; 76 to \V A Ar P C Kain ; 50 to Sheet and bar Iron ; Blacksmith Tools decll i J. DAY& Co.

'spirit that would submit to persecution for Christ'ssake To wail and weep; and watch beside Locknart Ar loung.Per&teameiSiren. German, English Blister and Ciust steel ; ; --- .-- ---- --- -.---

and be blessed} therefor in the heavenly inheritance The graves of those who long had died ; -53balescotton to T II & C II Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 gall ; FOR( BOSToX-Thc fast-sailing brie;
Austin G LG 3 Stark ,
to
Raney to Tillinghast
, ? I defend not the articles against Alone, for them to pray.I Ar; Co.;; 2 to L-ckhart A;;Young ; 6 boss tobaccoto Holowr ire. wholesale and retail ; Ji;Nil's., Cooper, master, having her
W G PorteiA Co. Wrought and Cut Spikes; XaiU; entire cargo en' J,.'d and iiointron board.
whith Vesper"seeks to vindicate the church, plucked thee, with a ruthless hand, Pt'r steamer ')rioJe-2G7 hales cotton to Harper Bras Andirons ; Fire Irons; will I..ld::>:)ateb.. Fur assaue \v.apr.Jv\ t<, c

or rather the Bishop, but I condemn, as do all From off thy.tout!, of snow-white sand, Hulme; 167to Pre.ronIaelay; On to V n TinT Platform are cf calc!all- kind Beams, wholesale and Balance A; retail.; deep KLMIIKUCCH-JL KILrfjtVAY.FOR # .

the irreligious"-- -distinuishcd from Where thou, 1Vuoa & Co.; 7i to \V .1 & PC Iitin 41 tu Lock- -- -
old
too ;
: ; w .t decay, hart & Also, a general a,ortriiem of H.irdware. -XEW YORK-The brit:CA1U-

the *' (w/,"-of our little community, the per and slepp beside tint Indian band, Per steamer Young. 1oton-\09> bales cotton to D C They are also prepared to attend to ant onjtrs ,pp LI! \L.f!: I'L ATT, ,Rice, ma,rer, havd -
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\'itupcration-from the supposed source Whose .sons have, left their father-land, Wood c\: Co. for Iron or Brass Casting, Black-initlnncr.} = Tin, 'A& :atig: hall: of her car c/tnagd, will !last;
Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and f r
4'rl'
against the editor and the impugning his motives And all arc now away. Per steamer; Oonee-229 bales cotton to D B Roofing on reasonable terms. janl ly dispatch. For freight or p.i.yatre, applv to
1 Wood A; Co ; 132to: Kimbrongh Ridgway ; 107 McKAY & HAI T-HJRXE,
when he sought, apparently and avowedly Yet all, sweet flower must fade and die, to XOIIMO A: Molt ; JOG to Preston A: Muclay ; i-3 JUST KECEIVKD per briic Caroline E. Phtt : _j j\j t U) Water st. '

from the best of motives, and in common with And thou in withered death must lie, to- J Reeis; IfK) to:>rder. !half roams plain rind: ruled Letter Paper, -- : -
t.
, 1 Before Per steamer Anjusta-2G1 bales cotton to Hill, 15')'tiae Linen Bosom Shirts at all FOR I'HG\1fEXCF.-l1[ Banjul;
hundreds of his brother editors, to warn his fellow- to-morrow's day. ; prices,
Dawson A: Co.; IS) to Harper A: Holmes; 156 to lOU coi'd Cotton '; JOHNffni'.VEK, Sutton, muster, will
citizens, from the watch-tower of the Press, of E'en while we heav the gentle sigh; L'sckhart A: Vounj!; 137; tnV A A: P C halo: S3 gg=._. y.ace itfmedhtc despatch. For freight
\-2'j frilled "
the danger: that in his view menace their liberties For those who've soared to realms on high, to McKay, A; llartsforne; 6S to Preston is Maclay ITj red Flannel striped or i pass.ae, applv! to
51 to J VaCo.46 to Flewellen \ Butt 22 o "
A The Editor, like Vesper," i is in some sort We 're sliding on the way. W G Punter A; Colb'; to MeKenxie.: t 20U' pair asit'd! cassimcre and strttinctt Pant, hr: : -I1IO-- -IS.- 1./ \IITIIf. -

. a public ka' her and sentinel : each is sacred in O may we mark in dr ping flower, Per steamer Sirei-66 bales cotton to T II & 1UO Negro Pant and Jackets, FOR NEW YORK.-iticfcet of tl e

hip place, and should be protected in his fidelity Or Indian mound, .the warrior-tower .C I H Austiou; 2 to IG Dane.} 2 cases mc.n: 's black and drab sporting Hats, t J-t Ja1uarnri: : Most:?, Loorland,
Per bare Ch pola-t.) bales .
cotton to T II A 1 50 boy's fancy round} ina-ter, !having a full en ,
carp
, t/ure, but both are obnoxious to reproof when theydepart \Vhere now the wild deer play ; C H Austin ; 75 to ttCl'orta.l; Co : 4 to Fnrrior 1 men and boy's Cloth Caps, will sail us abovL. Fcr pa>?.>!; nppty titXOL'RSK ujid,

from their several appropriate places, and Or gilded tomb, with rosy bower, Ar S Sehifier.Co ; 2 to Preston Muddy. ; anj'; : Rises to Also, men's glazed, fur and velvet Caps, fc STUXnr ,

this I think Vesper" has done. Even had the Or lonely grave at evening hour, Per Cotton Box fn Albany 23 bales cotton to 000:;( pair men's Kfp Broijans, at all price, dec '! t n.ltt

That all must fade L''C Y. J Rees IS \V G lurter 23 ,!I.nt's tine black and cord Gaiter Boots,
to. Co 13
away. : ; to Perry A '
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editor been a ptrstcutor of the church, or-a Ditlml ;, 2o sewed calf Boots. 1 OR NEW YOKE The tine l'npt'rl'd
. == -- "Il.
greater ul1 nee to Vesper"-villified and abused -- --------- ------ GENT'S FINE STOCKS. a rf bark 3lKitsv, Tucker, master, hsfi -* !".:

Bishop Onderdonk, as Vesper" feigns to believe, COMMERCIAL.MAIL EN'ORTS.NEW : .1 dozen latent style black and colored Satin; rj ut her cnnroengaged: and going on board
YOU K-Pet-hip Martha Washington : For balance of freight j +pl to"BEXJAMIX |
Stocks. Fur sole al } +
he would have been best rebuked by mildly showing ---- ------ ---- 1075 bales cotton. by

him the error into which he had tallen, and ARRAIIS21MENT.UUP Per ship Huron-l.T bales cotton. .. janlSt F. IiOPJI:1ti.LTtt6ted dccJ": 3t SALTER:** Watt,:t.
every Sunday and Thursday at 7 o'clk. P- M. I 'Per brims ."Eolns-:31lbiles cotton. ( States of America.

administering to him the gentle admonition of a Closes every Monday and Thursday at H>, P.: M NEW ORLEA\S- schr Seminole 165 bales TERRITORY OF FLORIDA-DISTRICT OF _. 1 Fun XKW YOP K-The ship ATA-

.a father in the church,who could love all God's crea LATEST DAT.TS! I cotton ; chr} FloridranJ37; schr Boston 121; :ch r. APALACHICOLA.; i jS L.XTl:1JInotd., master, hag dost

t tures, aid thus feelingly rcpro\e the editor's too Liverpool. . .](:c. 5. VewYork. .. Dec. 22. Tex-torlll.BOSTOX-Per bri The President of lire Untied States: jg gS of her car> engaged ar,d 1Jinon, boar
'alcoller GoG-hales cotton.n. To the -1l :rskul of the JjpalacJdcola District for: balance of frei l:, ap'pltf t-i
{ hasty assumption of vaue and groundless charges. IlilHe.Xov.30. Xew Orleans,. 25.Charleston CHAR LETOX-Pebchr Sarah SI bales ;
Havana,. . ?'. 1 . *' 25.SAILING .. cotton Greeting: JDAY&CO.,
I The application of remarks )[Ir. Editor
my !
dell
WHEREAS Samuel Alsardi }ua exhibited a Wtrti Water\ .
is i evident, for, ma lye, the doubt thrown around DAYS of the STEAM SHIPS. PASSIXGER? the United States District Courtsitting
Pr steamer Florence- le -srL. B F Griffin, AV FOU I NEW YORK.-The fine las+-
r the character of -'Vesper' by the tone of his From LiverpoiA From Boston. C Dickinson, Rbeleathr ykes. as a.Court of Admiralty, alleging, end ard
Hibernin, .Tudkin?,. .Dec. 5th .. ..1 all. 1st. Per propounding--That he is entitled to .slilincopcr: o coprcr-t25tened l shut;
Apabc1nola-Irs.
Vindications, it i is udl understood who he Britannia, Hewitt, ..J an. 4th.} .. .. .Feb. 1st.Caledonia dll1uhtcrli:5S i-tcamer: X Holmes and for salvage in the schooneViHiarn compensation CHARLEJIAGNB,Packard, nissfr.. Ft r
Jane.Sutjn. Mis saving
oI.w] as'he must ,have sought notoriety in i Lou,. u. .Feb. 5th .March 1st. :" in ;ht ortlccll p tg', ..1l'lIYJu.1.. .\. WOOD,
rc a g-.li of \vind .
:
Acadia . .
Ryrie .Mar. 4th ..
April t. }3 Water
those articles, why, tven let me help him to his Per "kamer LoWton-'apr. J 11 Moore and family in the harbor of St. J Icph. I st. .
: E Rm1trd and f.:!lily; A L Grant and ." iWe command that YUiK =
ohj'Ct.Per.Il1:1Uy. you you attach, :5e and | FOR.XEW -- Tlie 1 brig ME*
EXCHANGE.} JIrs.. L F'IIW
&
I am not sufficiently! acquainted Checks at.sight on X lork..ta.r. rnrdnnltttr!? Chitty lh:srs.Dr.L Lockh.lIt F Hog'r.s'Geo; Uenl 1 take into custody, the schooner William!!!! R. Damn} TA rOH.\, Ashby, must., having aft I till

4 ii h U.Grahatu her apparel, tackle and furniture, commanded by r g;, cargo engaged under deck, for deck
:3u-'ucpr .
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with Vesper" to justify my approaching him asa Augu f Edward Jenkins and now lying in the Port of t freight apply as> ab-ive to
Boston,.:-2 pr c peels.Billsnnie55 l'l'reamer.Ta[ Y'mittIrs.. X [.awtMn, child] passage er
private adviser, eueu if it would avail ought} li Charleston ..12b'ctvurmah.l2 h :and ervaIAt; )Ira t3 B Layton, A Wylie, Taylor: Apalachicola, and safely keep the same to ansuer XOl'llSE & STOXE,

with him ; but as it i i3 the duty of some friendly n n Lott, Hill. the libel of Samuel Alsardi. And whereas, the! dec? -lr>,Wuter st.

i to advise him of ?hc York. ..;{ days' 1 p>r c d :'t. Per bteamcr'Boitcn-M.Louis Jeauzenaml.: Judge of the District aforesaid hath! ordered ad .
1 pen-on impolic of his tours, ..()'O da)'". H -, W Jones.. directed this writ to issue for all FOR' NKvVYORK--The: fine, fast-

) I absiunc it iu this rough and uncourteous: manner ..' ..9J day;. .-2 a 2V Per steamer Ocolee-B aker. cerned- at the city of persons con sailing bnr ;.ii-j AX.AOAMA, Mcrritt, uwsf -

without pretencenf *' mulilltn" or" Jugir"that On all other Xorthern cities, .he same rates. Per steamer O wec-Gl"I'1 John flit!. the second appear Monday of March Apalachicola next and show on: rul 3fC ter, having Iter; frti::lu t-iigagt-a will
,
Par itwunior iir -MIS
n 11" Hay ward Capt" II F meet with For
he may ttot utt*-K' _crihoc l.m* r.garH I.'UUIOU'l'H Simmon'; Messrs Philip Sttckton, Spralt; Brig r' cause, if any they have, why judgment should not despatch.tu freight apply tu thaCaptain '

but lately. felt for him by m.uHe has thrown To Liverpool. ,l.l' lb! S J Wcttinorclasd and{ 3 negroes.MARINU pass as pr \ed. You are therefore hereby authorised cr :
ir Xew York,. . . ...)!?- .C 1C. empowered and strictly enjoined decll KI3IBROCGH ic RIDGWAY.'PARR'S .
a l public r gauntlet that any one could properlytak1 : Boston, ... ... 0 .,. .:J ..V.Vv r .,. ., -- - _: : to cite and admonish all persons whatsoever peremptorily

uj, and if in the encounter he gets most INTELLIGENCE. having: or pretending to have, any riht,' title, LIFE PILLS !

h.utl knock?, the le.-* n, like some )-trier one COTTON L\EKET. 1 1of claim or interest in or to the said !schooner !!belle d rPHS tine Ih'rhaI; :,tFirine lu tc-arcely} bf.'n

may teach him: that it i# well to avoid, as far a'ii Wo have still to report free :ales of Cotton, anda -. ..- --.----------.- --. .---------.----.-- --,.-"-- -- -. against as aforesaid, 11}' publicly affixing a copy of -L in introduced into rhe: Unizt-ci >r i .'- six:: months,
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PORT OF.Al'ALACHICOr.A .TanTlsJ" this monition, the! in-ma5t vet this short ?i>ae e of time, \\r; ; .-if extr.L .
dallY improving market. The pretentions . f11 the said scl.uupuliuiau any :-
(
if,:,ible, the tunics as well as the vices of his and ordiimry exertions on ih- parr t t. ,r i'roprietfif1
holders rt em to be almost Soundless which re: ------ -- -----. ej ; the some In sum newspaper its sacrhts inereaied I with 1 ,
weaker fellow-men. Tl>c weaker ones, when l published in said city fur at least fourteen : s-iclrrap:+ -yiepcrially '
ders it"cn' difficult CLEARED.! ) cliys in the South it b
to male.1 quotations ,' but vre ;, 'lii:? pcifu5k.., aJafUrd, to
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r they see the righteotrs (ottcrhi,; hr their high pla- should uy:, ror ordinary 74 i&lc middling Si 9 Dec ?---: d.'., )11rthl.n'iI13iU: 1, Tierrfor X before the! return 'Jay thereof, au.I bv li.vlcl: : So'thyrn r,tiri7! -:.) tl!:,.l tl:. ./"rruvr U u;uiKr- rxpect.uiuus -
; a ; York by tffKay; A; IIart horne. means whatsoever Lave
whereby this bin
monition tk-
<-e?, (rum human frailty, are full to askuth I may rntire than r-aliztd and tueellicir.c'y
:
apt fail
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middling fair
J} a 9i !JO. Dee 26- chr"Boston.
; Perkins for X" Orleans. made meat public and notorious, to be and of the Mi--iicine: estaMishfti! on
i Jiastaniv- The sales for the week, *p to the 30th ult., foot Sc-hr 'Jenn- Brown, White, tt.Mobile.. pear before the Judge aforesaid at the time arid ap 1 footing. For con;,'-tiv,_, and intermittant-fev! a svt;,
; III linen, :3131: biles Schr Ostilion Hosnier, for Mobile. fever.!; and all diseases. of the
up to principal}' at 9 E.1s."Ve give place aforesaid, and aLso to attend a-ue kind, it if 1
''h.it: d-itiiiK'd error but sober brow .7-Bnsr Falconer, Ujton for Boston upon every c'rrain
;une by session m >t cure. .
Wil! ble: it, 'f'I'.1 iipi'rovc; ii with a text, particular;, as follows:-G rales at 6c. 11 a G.t; 2 a I> B Wood A: Co. to be held there and from thence:: until a Small l boxes 2i cents. Large 5 ,-

Hiding tli? ?f -K--s wit} firoruanent' 7; 53a7: F23a7; l; 29 a' 11-16;; IS a 74; 33 a S,. Bri? JEolus! Haler, for Xew York, Ly Kim tl- definitive sentence shall! be read and promul ed .Fur sale by B. ELLIS, 23<) cent Water;.
in the :t.
Thfr' i> io VFOso aimi'l'-, but' a--i-'urntra 47a8 l.' 70'a ...' 205 a SJ 213 a S21 a 3j 433: !!roust Ac R; idgway. i said business inclusively, if any of them Sole Ascent for thc-1'ionrietors.
a
Some 111 irk t4 :rue IIn i its .lIlt ward i parts." ; Sclr I Textor, Smith, for New Orleans. I shall, think_it their duty so to do, to hear abide Ap.lltH'Iucola. r i ffl.. l !. !
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Sv'36a8J! ; 14S9 a 9; 7a91; 15G a 9J fat : Sarah .. ._ _. ___ .. '' j.t'
; .; Stir: !lyric,, for Charleston G u. auu ail .
live chArity, fend ** Veer; ; believe others 40'a 9\. by B ) periorm ana singular such judicial acts vr EELS -
Potatoes -
Rops.pc as are be done ,
have "' a good conscience/: are actuated I by i COTTOX ? ATE IEXT. 23-Schr Seminole! Taylor, for X Orleans. premises necessary'to, and further to do and and receive expeditf-d in the 10 O2<) bbls.lppi..s, 1(t bMs clrfcd: do
Stock on hand.. .. .. .. .. what unto
')(Ill motives, though their course may di'ererutH 211 frhr Floridian. Brown, for Sew Orleans. law and Ion' ) bbls UaltiEKre Howard
< Received since our la,t, .... .. .6.H:1j' Sec 2n"-Ship Huron, faille for New lurk justice shall appertain, under the pain street Flour,
{ 'our'i.h 7 f far as the East from the, W In by of the law and 100 packages primfamih'' Butter
F ( t. previously.l ._ .. 31y.5(; Jvinbrough A; Ridgway. contempt thereof, the absence! and containin"
.\ ."ur own phce ns)J dirtier/you can be emirrentlv -::3-S, ::10 bale:s. contumacy of them and every of them u,ttvith- from 2 to SO Ihs eurh, fJr sale low by '

H:.?ful, respected and beloved. In contact with* Exiwrtedince, our' lrt ... .. ,4,230 ARRIVED.Dec27 standing. And whatsoever you shall do in the j1nI S DILL. & Cj, -.!f> wafer st

t previously, ... o. 8,340 ) -Barnrje John Brower, Sutton; fm Port- premises.Syou shall duly certify Unto the Jude CASE Thick Boot-, : do thin da-
vurits: of rougher cat, you must expect the must 271) land. aforesaid at the! time and place aforesaid together 0 ;) do Ixu-jset andBlack Browns. ,.

hmi..inn1 you write ag.tin, let it be underth Stock an !hand! nit cleared,.. .?fUJiU; Barque; Gleaner, Steven, fm :1latarzo. ,, with these presents. 1 d.> Ladle Shoes of vir.ous kinds

t mantle of charity ; and may it [U broad enoughto FOUEUX Schr IecBarql1 Henry Brown X'obuBrown, White, fm ,Key fm \V.t.Baltimore. Witness the Hon'l Samuel Carmack., Jud e of For. sale low. by 6 DILL ct Co.,
MARKETS.
cover your errors a:id thoe! o(a SIXXERfC LIVERPOUL, Dec: 3.-'V e have to r-prrt a Sehr Boston, Bradley, tin Sew Orleans. ber.our said bJ:District. GEORGE Court, this -Gth; day of Decem 1anI T 2J water st"VTOTICE

coii.-i.Jorabl'i! auto nt of business in our Cot t to Schr Jai Water, Thompson, fm Havana. F. L'ALTZELL, :Six wed after date 1 shall
jan -
,:::}- .1 n'O'n" X'w York T. say that I real l IIIra-1 during the !p-ist fortnight. The goalie -- 1.__Clerk. J. i to the Honorable} the Jude of the apply
It ri state 1:0dl1l1! :; iu that city for double the/ price it t ;of in; .deiirar were those below fair, wh'ch LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. Receiver's Sale. court of Franklin county
county, for.
letters
brought two years ago. though conraratVeiy; dear, were sought si'ter Jan. Ist.-:3loop3 and lighters not included. Benjamin F. Xoursc ; .Adminis
adniimVy tration the
on e tate Ainory
J
C'jualiy by the trick- and Rogers, late of said
speculators : such (u'al. SHIPS.Ardrew .- trator, (de bones non,) of estate | deceased.. .
.fThe= ;nivl ivprTt; from the City Trer.srity ides have improvvd gradually i.J) per Ib": the letter Scott, Emory, 313 tons, fm Portland of 0 C Raymond, dec'd J, c u : "
'I.: 'r, oH"\\ !the rrrripr.ind. tli-1'ir-F'meni; of t lee !kinds! fully iiMiutun former prices. The sa'es of Master.Mtrv complainant January 1, SJ-J.. J. W. HAMMOND.

(r' < attulrr!f'tuds.isn.ton;: th* J5th} of April up to the 1st of the week ndln? 21th Xov. were 3l,(>;Wbal'S+ i includ'mS ;A: Susan: weeks, 392 tons, waiting) B vs. }-IX CIIAXCERY. On Colisinnient--- -._ --

26,270 American; week ending Is leo. \t ood As Co. Abraham Allison, surviving I|
ciryii'.lt"/"ifuriiro'tr i/t firfnunf current iclih -,35Ubalt: ,. inc.\uditJ;29,380? ) Aln'ricanofwbich6peculJtor { Xie Kt'uncy,33-1 tons, loading for Boston-D B partner, Rnnkin: et al. j 1r1LES :Heavy Co .im. O>nahurgs suiraHl

If Ham I'ullfuii, Treasurer. > took! 19S'00 Amariean and S'2(!) other \\ ocd A; Co. pursuance of a decretal order iu wear, for sale low tor cash, bfr .I
m::' tin-
1-=I3.: 1 till) Torts. OIL Satuday: the ales, were-lOOt( ) yo.tl'rday Canteens}', (Ur.)- Turner 60S ton,-for' Liverpool above named caD*, December 7th, l
.\\i'rill- cash p.tid 1) G late: } for one 3.jO.( Upland 44 a '1 1 5J a5 ,:) aij ; 'SUrean: Waiting-W A As P C Kain. Honorable Ju'l!e of the Superior Court tit and for _.tan t"o'_ ,' C'uIrimbiM Mock .

bl-mli: !look. <;! 50) 1.j r a 47, 5 a f.11, b4 a 7 ; Mobile .t a1 y 5 r a 3 clk Ron. Parker, Dwight, 51!) tons,from Baltimore, Franklin County, sitting as a Court of Equity, and: n t' article of Havana
'rr 5;} G. The of Cotton CIGA.HS.-\ 1\
$
a impart; from virtue -
21-Cash paid or.l'-r:J committee on 1st JuinMrv to i waiting Master.ltJiassee by of the powers thereby vested in'me I i sale bvWillTMAR
IlnpruVCUWTITo .T' bf It c. WaS l,1StUU! bales, inclut.inq 1,2:7N : ,( K() T< Hadley, 4S9 tons, for Licer; uolme shall on Saturday the second ray of March! next, .
23-Amriuut paid J' W- IJahcock, J .\mcri'an. agatnt 1,132OUO and Sti5itt, );uptosa J Day A: Co.trlfimgnp proceed to sell at Public Auction to the highest, "RICHARDSOX. ,

rt-iit of Council! Chamber rrtvivod date, JS-I2. Our present rtoci! is ::ttnrated ut P.ckardt.t2 ton, loading for New bidder, the following ,(e.--eribed property Invit : jan 27 water street.

from County, 17 50 659,000 bales, against 420,000 at nuts\? period I last; York-\\. )... Wood.LiTerpool Lot Xo. (5) jive in block I) 1., shafted Tn BBL Pilot and Brcai
011. -Xaxy
: hy 11-('<-} ;p11J bv t rdercl"c'JIrimittcc year; sep.ir.itdv of American we nov\hold41=,0',0 }, Coffin, 423 tons, fm New York, waiting Water sfreer in the City of Apakchicola, *' of Hr ; also J ajiot
thirty J\J t .
? mi Go hea
.rit.y Ihitfer
against 232(00.( in
leer mall
front
on inii'roveiiv.it12 Day As Co. by eighty feet deep I
-, having thereon!
-Oa.1 h paid 1) G Runvof beji; part 2 50 HAVRE, Xov. CO -COTTOX.-Market flat di r- Gjnr e Skolfield, Skdlfield, 414 tons, loading for brick! store of threr stories. a ke,;s for t farri'v' use1, tor sale bWHltMAPiSH -/ .'1 ':

itrcuiitit p 1,-l"d ii favor of ing the last week. Prices have given yuv, and a Liverpool-Harper.A; Holme's.AUlanta Also, Lot-Xo. (13) thirteen, in block! D 1., i tua. & RiCHAKD.i'ON,'
.T W .1 Ilaiiiiiiond fi-r $11>fi, 75 00) decline of fl a 2 has taken place 01 middling and Raymond, 390 ton-,: loading for Sew ted on Commerce street in said city, thirty feet jan 1 t>7 wafe.stre.t'I
44 12-Ca-h hill!1 of inferior United States lork-V;B. Wood is Co. front by eighty deep
T having thereon
paid } Sullivan I 3 00 description, at .vhich reduction a brie!\ 'build.[ : A tine milch COW and
.4. 1 J"Jl.i'llIller', : bill, 4 S7 even, there seems little dHjiodtiou on the BARQUES.Bi .in. of one .cur)', known as the ''Phoenix} House.'' : CALF for s
4 I'J-Uo. J W Haminon-i on acc[Lsp.u part of dealers to operate largely.HAMBURGH Robert Watt, Johnson, 41)1) ton, loading for The title to bo-Conveyed by this sale being all .IN .low, apply to FARRfOR' & CO.;

>t"'d by Connc'ilf 15 00 Xov. ?-1.-Co \'Tas Liverpool Day A': Co. the right, title and interest of 0 C Raymend-late jyl _Nr1\Vater t.
it'ux -
in 1 less
19-Amount Finance committee receipt request than the proceeding we 1 k, though MM-.WV, J T Tucker, 3SO tons, loading.for New of said county, f&l A. K Allison, in and to :aid *>f.HO SI LX, lor sale low, _*. T
f for scrip burnt, 335: 93: speaking generally York-B Sailer. ., pr( Ptrt1. 61-11.DLS
prices went not lower : to' FARK1OR.
July :)]-Ci.II paid Putty Davis for board Georgia having realized 4$, IrA Laguayra, 15n 4!) bales ,;baths, Merritt, 3 18 tons, for New York, loading Tcrinsi-One-fonrth cash, and the remainder ry jyl apply Ss CO.,
and
; 'M
of l Harper Oc Holmes six, iwclce-.std.eighteen Waterit.: ;/
.uip r, 10 W4JM5 snudl! parcels I'emambuco about ti i sch > Ib. : months, with good jouit _
$ 'pt:10-\mnunt of City Due Bill rer'd AMSTERDAM: )p r Jan Brower, Sutton, 310 tons, loading for Provi and several notes for security, fcr>" Ooods.T .
frum Tax Collector. Xov. 3.COT'foPrice. are dente-T L Mttchel.Teriua Receiver, and no title .
.. __ 69 lower to be given until said notes 1'1hav on corisurnm'ect. and for .sale
and United
;;Amount oi rx-rip and interes States is n)w quoted 21 to r"- -"-. Howe, 2ti) tons?, loading for New York shall le;;ail Itch.: I V V low, ;i quantity! of STAPLE GOODS cobsistin very
due thereon ree'd from Ivhnbrough A 1JEXJ. F. -
Tax
Ridgway. f KOUKSE
Receiser. cf of
I Collector and burnt, 5S2 97 SEW DOMESTIC MARKETS. CunmcrceMafston) 2d9 tons, for Boston, load M. A. MYERS, Auctioneer. I prints every tlescriptr! Cotton'nabnrs. j-
Oct.l-ll.llltIJce Lifr& Trust and ORLEANS, Ite. 2J: .-Corrov-The ing-D Wood A: Co. : Apabt'hjetlil, Jan. 1st, 1S-M. Sn 'Shirtings Sheeting ?, Gla ynv' Janes&c. ,

Union monev, . .S3-TJ 25I'jili market \Vednesday and Thursday remained lu 0Lt.rt, Given) 289 tons, waiting:Harperled &: ---- jyl ., &..., which will be sold lovr for a bare'conmission -

fi I ,. . .*. . .13032 a very unsettled state. The ales were reput : 1Iumc3.} NOTCE.-4By! virtue ;.qf two fi fas from the on New York cost.'r .
5000
at bales
--132 57 prices ax\la-4 a week i cett per lb. decline on lit Stun, Bliinchard, "272 toll, I loading. for Boston- of Franklin county, in favor FARRIOR '&. C6., *.

-- opened current with Yesterday the market D B Wood Ar Co. ; '. of Aiburt DE-an.\'s.: L.A. Phelps and Eel. J. Sa- j jyl -It Water st.
c a and _
gootainq'riry before
the
$(;27 76 of the cluii. G ancr, Stevens 2SS'ton5, genduri, I-have levied on the steamboat Francis I
day SOOti "Fanny"asthe
some es changed hands. The K ble, Brown 273 tons Kopiiia.ii, .
ii:; prices are said to b-. Vet. and property: Of said defendants and will ,- ER;
CIf. tulle rn most instances: BH G:, proceed in Boc-ts, Shoes,.SlajIe an ;'ancy
-.prill5nblt'c,. in Treaxurv tries j and i I cent per lb. /+quired, leaving our quo- Imoleou, Bltven, 202 tons, loading fur New York to sell their interest in the same at 11 o'clock DE Dry Gocds, Clotliin;:, flats, Caps, Saddler
Lit.- ,L 'fln. t and U tations the same as they y\'+-e before the arrival of -D Wood A; Co. a. m. on the nest Monday in February next, in the &c., Chestnut :tr \paladlie..la-has, on hand,

Monty, .. ... .. $' ::12.J th' Kui
Ih.Ca-h- ,. ... . ... . ..;i 4Amotini (j pr ulation..cipal sales The are estimate said to of have the been made on spec- Baltimore B Wood So Cu. Dec. 26, 1S-J3. Constable.Cliamllery. his assortment in the above; line, suitable supplies for both to
-$t2? 71 {P'tJhalllTt'eipt: at Mitchell 255 for X Y
oneer
tone
H this waiting1) city and tradsj.
rt-c-M pun, the confirmed 1 country !
fm; Klin! As Jtll"' tincr u-counts of the Wood & Co. Shill .
I ou W.. I 1,1 la"1r t taxitrip,) ::33 G') dMruction I of the imrdthered portion of the c Caroline E Platt, Rice, 331: ton, for New York! FTAMBROL1XE 1_ Hou eJine7 Wormline, RatA [- Just arrived and discharging per ship Liverpool
ft 2.---o\muuut rcr'd fhl coullt). bur rent in Louuidtid and Mississippi i, by ftjy rains pand loading-McKay & Jlartshorue.Jnius lure, Marline, Hand Lead Lines, Fendatt t from New York, several cases of Merchandise,

Af unncl Chu:'ibrr! 17 50) rlood, arc materially; reduced. Cooper, 225 tons, loading for Boston Halyard Lines, Log Lines, Spun yarn, Packing containing Boots, Shoes, Cbthin-c, Hats, Caps,
)..ty** 11-Itmtt rec'd tm !IX wt ihUliLoters! ;!9.11 XEW YORK, Dtc. _COTTON-Oir markettrcnrthpned Kimbrough
.* Do. fm Harbor :!.1..:tr, w w 31 50 : by thr advices from the Sotth con Jutes, Loveland, 220 tons, loading for New York Bale mi. .ooamo. Can do. SpIkes, Marline du. the very- }lowest market price tor CASH !
31-1 >o. fro Tax Colleci t5 t firniatory of a crop of !but 1,800,000) bales, ht; -XOUl'e & Stoic.SCHOOXERS.. Scrapers, Making- Irons, Caulking do. Caulking TOVS FOR 'l'UE HOLIDAYS--

Do. City due !t.iil H)! und bcrji," Blan: 97 Denied coiiMderabl.animation since ourlast. pre i: ) Mallets, Hand Pumps, do. d\.esdo. Lead, Deep One entire ca>e aborted Toys of
l variety
June SO-Do.} frn the MX Ufigli'masters, 56 77 culatprS having earn purchased frl'cly-wlll'h: belen, Sears, 73: tans, loading for Xew Orleans Sea Leads,. Capstan Bars, Com. Sheaves, Block suitable for Christmas and Now Year's.every for,
Pins gifts
July 7 Do. Deck ;;
fm weighniaster Buckets do.
r Goodlct, 90VM. with a moderate inquiry for export, has carried t.Q W A A: P C Kain.; Broom, Sheaths and children.: dccls tf"XTUliC
.,. fully one-qu.irter'of and Belts. Mounted Palm, Pump Leather, Ringing __
prices a cent, we adra rice 5>unia: Jenkins: 57 tons, loading for lIa'anaj du.
e $G.-r7 7C our quotation.fceeordl'igly.. The sales for the : !! Hod;ea.cfidaha j Common Tar, Coal do. Turpentine,' Pitch -JUHX LUCAS, Inspector and Deal -

\ VALLEAU, City Trt asap tr. three days com! me ijk bales, of which saint are j \ cries, Smith, 53 ton?, '''airiu-\r! ;tf-r. Virm-.fi. Paints, Oil, Linseed Oil, Cordage, l surer of Lumber Franklin county-hopw

, Apulachtcola, Oct. 1st, l t:;, Upland, =t free 7i to 101 j cents per lb. tort,. Kelly, 52 ton=, wairhig:) -Master.JJec tt FOF c2-+dle l hI l : \V. A.23 WOOD Water, to itfcrit. and receive. a snare of I+atr n-t.' I I I'detfttf
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LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICES.
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Franklin Superior Court. In Jackson Superior Court. If" S. Zlilf lu'a Suh tn. liiointa l iiiul tho publu in u manner\

Maria Fredericks, IN EQUITY. James Boon, ) Samuel! ..1. John, '). \\ hiih will m'vo; Nalisfiiftioii to all. llw table
V!. > Petition for Divorce. vs. V BILL FOR DIVORCE. Ihook will l Hiipphfil with wery delicacy tLo market HOARHOUN GANDY.

Daniel M. A. Buschendorf. ) Piety Boon. } of lVui uU.BY atlonU, plat t hU \> 'hole utt'utilHwin oe devoted t
reading the foregoing petition, and it appearing : N this case it i is ordered, that unless the :saul virtue itf A writ lr"ti.. f:a., fhlJ.Lu'ti(11 11 lu the tlnhllt.llr his Ut'its.t tITS

ON that Daniel M.: A. Buschendorf rei i defendant do appear within three month and t11tftOi't "t U iuu dir\sixteil, .h tavor otSt Attached (to the establishment arc two' superior POWER IS UNIVERSAL. j
bill tiled l I, that :, L\l\\d Johu, vai.: itauk vt 1'eue''ula, I sill "For the of death
sidesbeyond the limits of this Territon'-It is answer or demur to complainant' WM'l.lNG: ALLF.YS. and constant! : attention isgiven angel spread his win s on the'bbst.
Ordered, that a hearing be had before me on the i the same will be taken pro ctvi/V$$i>, and the ttter t tof SA\O at \putttttrry at the (\1\ll'l Ui'UtrtiKvr to tluv' who indulge this mmuall'xl'r- 0

facts, as charged in the petition, on the second matters thereil1l'lntainl'\l',>d accordinglyBKNJ. ilth. t'tty, i l ApAhouuMlA, a'| U> t,VKvk iMSl' And breathed in the face of mankind as he pissed.-9

?Monday March, 1514, at Apalachicola, in the I G. ALDKRMAN, Clerk.Yo.vr.K ". in v'1\ Moiiduv the! Mli ilay l'l i Juuui''J neat, OYSTERS, and other delicacy which REMEMBERThat

County of Franklin, and that this order be published : &, TAYLOR. Couipt's} &,r*. Lot uwnWr \S) right, i il\ Mm'k\ \; t'., tVonlciiilxJcal'h riutge. may bo wantrd) for refreshmentv every can be hat' at any the first symptoms of sickness,complaint of

in one of the public newspapers in this 1f ariaruna. Dec. 7, IS'3. drat 1" tut K d IUrtJ of \tht'"t.\ ." of I'uh\'hl\'l'\, hour. disease, has an origin which requires but little at:

Territory, for the space of three months before h ;vthtrith alt thtt-AppuitriunorHUul} huildiuga have been \ that tention to overthrow the first cause of illness.:
Court. Arrangement Inatfe) permanent
Franklin Superior ,
thereunto l rlv it. Suul
the time aforesaid. ;tll prrtiu-fs" boing now NEGLECTAt
lull lot Piunve.vs. anti l transient i BOARDERS can be as well)
William Lawrence ComplX "
,\p. CARMACK: > in th'u.u"' eat Kuubrxui: & 'tideway.Kt *
S. \ this season of the when the
> IVoember 'IViw, accommodated as at any other house in the city, year organic state
Jude: Apalachicola District. >\V.iur; MVKUS: l' S Marshal.ApAUchuvlA of the body the in
'opens a
Elizabfih I LawieneelVf'i. > 1S43GAME and tho prices arc in kl't'pingwith the times. system premonitory. .
HAWKINS, Solicitor. : the eomj'Uuuut by counsel, and it iVx-. 7th( IS a 13. .... d7 Im TEn 1 IS: way for the speedy Catherine of matter whicr4
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.. Apalaehicola, Nov. 27, IS13.11.3m ; .; to the .xituJfaetiou ot the Couit that'. this V. S. Hai>liaPsBY t'u1t Board and Lodging, per week,. ... ...S7 O(() end in CAUSES beyond the approach of medi-

Franklin Superior COln.t.Louisa defendant resides beyond. the hunt d'the' .l't'IU't"ln' the \ irhhu.f three writs ot ti faissued! from the Board, per week,. ..., .... .. .... .... .5 00 cine, and finally terminates in DEATH.
of Fh'nd.Tht't'f, it is i cvivsulerevl! by Hoard, per day,. .. ... ... .... ...... .1 00 How necessary it then that mankind should
Superior Court tnmtto
,V. Slrowl'l IN CILCERV.Cr3.wfor'J'sprowl. Court that talc ileteiutattt! \ do al:: star ht"t't\ or before of I 1'r.inkliu me Single meal, ... .... .. .... .... .... .50 become aware of the safeguard which can be
the ra irth.tt'tkt'! calendar mouth from the dlr'h.l't1t' in savor of John 1 h\l'1inl\n in favorof Lodging} _. .*. .. .. .... .... .,.. ... ... .. ,txv thrown around then at a rnorrent3 notice when
) Bill for Divorce. date hereof, dId answer co-inpUinant's bill of Itenito T. C..nlmll one in "avor of Isaac S Nov. 20 U tf ,\r. H. KELTOX '
complaint! or the jyuue will he taken eont'esso.And attacked by CHILLS, CJi GHS, and COLDS.
appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, pro Jiu'ijues \ s. the Southern I.if Insurance and
IT it is further oulered! \ that l'lt'1' this order I' Simple as such complaints may appear at first'JiZbt.
that Crawford Sprowl resides beyond the limits Trust Company, \\'i1ltll'r "IT sale at public Apalachicola Exchange*
be i pibh>hed= nx the Ct'UUlt'l.Ilhert $t'f torthree hey ate *}h-s rner<- preonr/'.r'.f that disease
.the is therefore Or- the the of PUBLIC informed that
of Territory Florida-It l'utayt court house d-\rn: city Apalachicoh. are respectfully:
mouths xreuti\ely. THE .. whim f-nd in CO.NXTMPTfON.
dered, that publication be made for three months, ll"'i' ) Tt'tt'.H \.i. ? IULT2ELL at 10 oVUvk a. m., tn the first Monday: above Establishment has been entirely refitted -
,
y then will
notifying the defendant, Crawford prowl, to appear )t'. at a Court to be held Apalachicola: on the in block D. front rouge, agr 'a.hly to a map of manent and trancient boarders,and the subscriber they PTJMTWJ when the u An-
first Monday in December next, to shew cause, if -- said city, together: with aIr the buildings and appurtenances hopes bstrit; attention to the business of hn {f"1 of.. death ;;preadst.is wlrr;i 'm the h-fL'it."

any there be, why the divorce as prayed for in NOTICES, thereunto belong:. Said premises house to'be second to none in rendering his gucsta A "ke at ('fl Ca t.) thg pro:p.ZN. if. p-Yrvin b :r
I lifl' and prating if .-. .
the Bill, should not be panted.SAM'L -- -- being the same known as the otlice! of the Southern comfortable. I .Y r:4c ? sewnH cold, fly to' .,,
W. CARMACK, t)TICI:.-All l l persons having claims against Life Game : that fMf.C'H C"n1Pt..", aiI(! n -
Insurance and 'Print Company in Apalachicola Oysters, &c. served up at all hour, and l'J.
Judge: of the Apalachicola 1)i :rmct. .. Frederick L. Ming, late of Jackson county, RJBT. :MYERS in the best style. The Bar attached to the home, 'f-\.ff: k. SOS' ,

Apalachicola June "?, lb 13. je 14 oiu deceased, are required to }present: theme, duly U. Marshal list. Apalachicola. as usual, is stocked with the best Wines and J..j- C'Jmprur : e tract (,( Hoarhourid, now recog*
: authenticated within the tune prescribed by law, nized as the only curative in
Franklin Superior Court. or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.All Apalachicola, Dec. 11,1513. quors. Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore so rrition.; preventing Con- F
__ __ received, he hopes that: his friends and the
indebted to said estate are requested to .
G. & } To James C. Arsons u Its merit is testified
Henry Guyon, assignee .c by thousands and the whole
make immediate payment to the subscriber. public will continue to sustain him. : ,
vs. > Boote, and IN BANKRUPTCY.In UnitEd States bear record of its virtues. Sold
S1TSAN A. MING, Adm'x.Marianna HEZ SMITH. ,
James C. Boote. ) others. --- - -- -- -. wholesale and retail J. .
by Pease .
& Son.
Dec. 9 1813.
----- -- -- -------- Apalachicola, Dec. 15th, IS-13. declS tf
TAKE NOTICE, that I have this day filed my the V. S. District Court, ------ For sale by B. S. IIA WLEY, Sole agent. '
of foreclosure of mortgage on the ATOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply For .ipahtchicolt District of Florida: 200 Dollars Reward.

north east half of lot No. 5, in square lo, in the 1 1 to the Judge of the County Court for Frank GAINER of Washington RANAWAY from the subscriber some I THE WEEKLY TROPIC.
county,
I
City Apalachicola, Hid mutaae being given lin county, for letters of dismission from the ad- SAMUEL district, havirg filed a petition praying t tine in January last, two negro fellows We issue; to-day the first number of the second tJ

by you to JOHN H. McKNIGHT, on the 1jth ministration of the estate of Martin Snyder, late for his discharge and certificate as a Bankrupt ALBERT ard JOHN. Albert is a square volume of our weekly paper, in an enlarged" and l.-i

day y of June, 1 41, to secure the sum of seven of said county deceased. It is ordered that caste be shown before the stout, well built fellow, about 27 years of improved form. It now contains more reading !

hundred and forty.two dollars and eighteen cents, Dec 2o: 1S43.. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r. Court on the first Monday in February, 1814, at age, 4 feet r(t inched high, will weigh from 165 to matter than any paper published in the South, t

4' City Script," :and by him assigned to me on the OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall ap- 10 o'clock A. M., at the :Court House, in Mari- 175 pounds, ratherbow legged, dark complexion, and the is furnished to subscribers at about one-half

7th March. iM";. ply to the Honorable the Judge of the Court anna, why Samuel Gainer shall not receive his has rather a down look when spoken to. John is For price charged for other weekly journal 'I

BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS, j for the county of Franklin, for letters of Dismis discharge and certificate is a bankrupt; and that a stout, full faced fellow, dark complexion, about these reasons, if for no others, the Weekly

Attorneys: for Guyon. I IApahc1.iC' sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of notice thereof be published in some public news- 25 years old,'has a defect in his eyes, about 5 feetG Tropic deserves a veryhive; circulation, whichwe :

.-'::1. March hI, 1>43.: mil meow said count, paper, published in said district, for and duringthe or 7 inches high. Tho above negroes are well arc, happy to state it is rapidlygaining. ...:

Franklin Superior Court. deceased.S. H. HARTSHORNE, period of seventy das before the said day of known in the( neighborhood of St. Joseph and Upon our Whig friends in town and country, i

Wiliam \elitv.rne, ) A'lTACHMEXTvs. Nov. 3'), 1 4t.n Administrator. hearing. (A copy teste.:) lola, having 1>ce i employed on the Rail Road for in view of the approaching} elections, we respectfully -

V for S1673 :20 YO.N'GE & TAYLOR, several year: *. J have reason to believe that the urge the prouricty i of making some little

Elnah Kirkpitnck..: Damages jjsSOuO.npHE "', OTICE--Six months after date I shall apply Marianna, Oct 24, IS U. 42 Ally's for Pet. negroes arc harbored: in the neighborhood of lola. exertion to secure the wi lr dissemination of the
) JLto the} Judge of the County Court for Franklin I I will girl the above reward for the appreh'ension sound and healthy political food with which we
and all others interested
JL Defe'jdint.notified: of the institution of the above, are county, for letters of Dismission from the u -- --- I i of the said rioaroes and lodgement in any jail so labor to fill the columns of our paper. It is the

hereby : law. administration of the estate of Robert Robinson, Warehouse Charges adopted by that I get them,with proof to conviction'that they cheapest and most effective manner that can btf
arid accordin
rait, BROCKENBROUGH required to plead HAWKINS to late of said county, deceased.H. the Cotton Presses. have been !harbored by any white person: or I adopted to spread wholesome information, and the
At
for rlt1,$. B. STONE, Adm'r. COTTON for storage> will be received at the will give One Hundred Dollars for the two negroes result will amply reward the friends, of the Whi

Feb. 1 IS 13.Attorneys mil 3m Apalachicola, Dee., 143. Gm if compfjsscil within one month } or seventy dollars for Albert and thirty caus- for the slight trouble and expense demand*

-Apalachicola. mrJra after date I shall apply no charge will bo mail; 'for storage, but 4 cents dollars for John, if taken up and lodged in jail so ed at their hands.

Franklin Superior Court. 1 TOTICE-Sex to th&" 1Ix .:e jrY} :: Gf the County Court per bale will bo dlar (d for l labor, tiering &c. If that I get them. JOHN D. GnA Y. The Whig associations in Louisiana and the

Olcott, McKesson & Co. ) ATTACHMENT: : of .: fu l letters of Dismission from not compressed withit one month, 20 cents per blazon, Ga.. N w. 22, 18.13. decl wfit adjoining States, will do well, taking all thing
bale will be charged fur and 5 cents -- --' --- into consideration, to lilt "
vs. > $573 5 i.rpDavid said storage, per gus a unless theycan
the ?4 ? :;{ C< )rtUnd S. Thompson, late of
G. Gillies. ) Damages $1000.JL ( week thereafter. Tifcie computod from ilato of I Warehouse at Chattalioochce.f discover some more satisfactory mode of rous-
HE Defendant, and all others interested, are cr.TJ:.t."HAKVKV, der'find.. Administrator. receipt until deliverel to lighter or vessel. Cot pHi: subicritux hod crcotod a Warehouse! on jug the old fa-hionod W}.;* spirit, and scattering
WILLIAMS
hereby notified of the institution of the above : ton changing hands vill in all cues be liable to L the mound at Ghattahoochee for the storageof the seeds of correct intelligence. The regular

suit, and are required to appear and plead according Apdtr.hic-- ------ July 2'J! 1843.SIX new storage from date of order inclusive. Turn- cotton and merchandise. A competent }person circulation of the Weekly Tropic at the I present:!
to law. MONTHS alter date application will be ing out for sampling or weighing and restoringsame will always: be in attendance. The mail boat period, is about fifteen hundred, exclusive of a

BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS, to the Honorable the Judge of the S cents per bale. Wantages to be assessedby runs twice a week to and from the Warehouse. large number of extras which} are sent from the

Attorneys fur Pl'ff. County Court of Franklin County, for Letters o' the press when the! cotton conies in and the r.ov20-42 ,_ B. S. HAWLEY. city each week, by ,.nr mercantile friends. This

Ap&lachicnla. Feb. 1, IS 13. mil 3m Dismissal on the estate of Willis Yon, deceased. amount assessed endorsed on the face of the receipt Boot. tud Shoe Making: number ought to be immeasuraMv increased during -

Nov 11 4 Ism A. G. SMITH. THOMAS CLARK the next two or three months-a circulation i
Franklin Superior Court. 4J All have sk and having removed of ten thousand is what j
cottons to
are required good to the Store formerly Jo- we require, and what nrare /
occupied by
William G. Porter &. Co. ) ATTACHMENT DAY & Co. offer for sale- sufficient ropes. Grass,tow, bark or lotton ropes 1k 'sr: ph Schrxlt, i informs the determined to ':ace Will the whilst I put ,.
vs. > 270 00 300 Bbls northern Flour, will be considered unmerchantable ant deficient.All citizens of Apalachicola respectfully, and the their shoulders to the! wheel for the sake-of the i

James L. Deloney. ) Damages $;300. 50 do. western do. deficient ropes will be charged at tie rate of country that he will attend to the above businessin up- cause ? .

THE Defendant in the above suit and all oth- 100 do. J and i Bbls Buckwheat Flour, 12 J cents per rope, and all bagging at tie rate of all its branches. French calfskin Boots madeto Aside: from all political considerations, the '

interested, will take notice of the insti- 20 Bbls N. 0. Molasses, t 25 cents per yard.A. order. 1 le has also ;>n hand a supply of French Tropic deserves well of:1U': country friend*. Ad;

tution of the same, and plead accordingly. 25;:) Hhds St. Croix Sugar, DOWNER, Agent Gaiter Boots and Shces, new and fashionable a vehicle of jcncnil domestic news, we flatter tr
BROCKENBROUGII & HAWKINS, 30 do. Porto Rico do. for the Scbew Ireas. ourselves that it is at least equal to of
style, which will be sold as low for cash as in any cur co-
Attorneys for Pl'lls. 6 do. N. 0. do. C. WILSON, Hydraulic Pfm: house in the city. oct. 23.any temporarics, while its re\"iewof the city market
Apalachicola, May 12, 5-13. nr21 3m 2000( Ihs Loaf do. H. G. GUYON, i\ : and its compilation of commercial intelligence t '

Franklin Superior Court 2000 Ibs crashed do. Florida Letier P ?ss. N O'rICE.-Tlie Subscriber having been ap- fi'orh all quarters, are admitted to be as Dili} per; !
John Banks 2000 Ibs Pulverised do. Apalachicola, Dec. 1st, 1813. d7 f pointed INSPECTOR OF LUMBER for the I feet and correct, as can possibly be published. t

ATTACHMENT 35 tons Iron, assorted, Jack Scre" County of Franklin, will be thankful for a share The WEEKLY TROPIC will be furnished to sub .
s.PATENT
vs.
250 Nails do. of the public scribers at the rate of THREE .
DOI.X.AT
kegs patronage. tAtiNu3r.
Benjamin. Walker and for $9850 00( improved American} JACK SCREWS PER t },t
exccuReturnable to December 400 pcs India Bagging, { II W TERRY. ) Tor clnb- of ton or more, at toe same
John IIVat30n, and various other
200 coils Rope, use purposes, Apalachicola, Nov. lst,18-13. nl imSaddlery Post Office, the price will be "
TWO J.OLT.ARS AND
tors of the last Will and Term, manufactured of various sizes and power, for C t- I
300 bags Rio Coffee, A HALF, payable, in all cases, in advance.
Testament of James C. IS 13. ton, Tobacco, Planking, Presses, Rail-Roadj, addlery ADlK'Kr "
70 do. Java and St. Domingo co. MrCARDLE \; ML'RRIFIE LU.
Watson, deceased. 50 hit boxes fresh Raisins, Timber :Merchants, Steam Boiler Builders, &c. ; made arrangements with one of the New Orleans. 102,3, I* 13. 1EAC0N5 t
The defendants and all others interested are Also, superior Iron Clamps for Ship Builders. HAVING most extensile Saddlery Establishments ,t
various kinds
Havana
hereby notified of the institution of the above suit, 50 50 bales box s Domestics Segars, For sale by I at the North, for a supply of SADDLERY > Hhds hams and sides, just receive ;

and they arc required to appear and plead accord- 200 Negro Blankets, WM. BALLARD, during the season, I shall retirn in the Fall witha dec by VV. A. WOOD, .1
ing to law. pr Shoes No. 7 Eldridge street, New York. stock of superior ]"1 23 water st. !
20 cases Negro ,
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS, 20 doz. patent cast steel Hoes, f K3 For further information, apply at this GENTLEMENS' AND LADIES': SADDLES, TUGS AND J:\n'.-.-\ very large lot of Ju

Nov. 11 41 3m Atty's for Pl'fF. IOU kegs and hlf kegs FFF Powder, Office novlS 1m Various styles and patterns.lso' Hafne&, Bl'I- kJ and Jars of nil sizes and descriptions: for sal*

200 bags Shot, various sizes, J. Stevenson & Co. dhs, Martingales, Collars, ant a general supply low it applied for soon t

Territory of Florida. 200 Ibs bar Lead. decllON O. 45 Water street, and one door East pf the of necessary articles usually kept in the line. McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
JACKSON SUPERIOR COURT. I N 7he subscriber will also his t
Post Office, on Chestnut street-offer for sale keq usual supplyof dec' .10 Water *t. -
George M Tillinghast, ) CONSIGNMENT- a large and general assortment of Fancy and Sta- furniture, Chairs, Lookin .dasses, &c. D
-
Attachment. bales India Bagging, ACON-lu; Hhds Sides '_
vs. > PETER HOBART. B ,
ple Dry Goods,Hats,Caps,Bonnetts,Boots Shoes,
E. D. Huldbut & Co. 30 coils Manilla Rope, and various articles, consisting in part of..... Alalachieola, ,_Sept. 2, IS 13.TE7ER 0 do. Hams,
defendants and all others interested will 50 bales Kentucky Rope, Just received and for sale by
THE notice that Hiram Nourse will be exam- For sale low for cash. M. A. MYERS, Black and blue cloths cassimere and vesting, LOCKS.' M chanTcTareTe pectfullyJLJ T. H. & C. tbAUs;!' &

ined in behalf of plaintiff, in the city of Apala- Nov. 20 41 4t 28 Water st. Sattinetts and Kentucky Jeans, requested to call at 1\0.27, Water street, and dec7 n 50 Water;t. !
Mouseline Delaines Chusans and
chicola day of November next. Alpaccai, examine samples of the Lever Locks, a late in- ,
,YOUNG on & TAYLOR, Att'ys for Pl'ff. FOR SALE-On Consignment- Rich fis'd and strip'd Dress Silks, vention and superior to any leeks now in use. RIGal\G-') coils Tarred and White Ma

1843. oUlmApalachicola 100 Bbls Flour; Blue, bl'k and rich fig'd Sattins, WHITMARSH & RICHARDSON, sixes, for sale by
Oct. 7
Marianna: 10 Hhds N. 0. Sugar; Eariston,Manchester& domestic Ghingharas, \.geiis for the Boston Leier Lock Co. decII "'. _\. V.'OOD"oa Water st.

District. 10 do. St. Croix do. Embroid'd Merino,knit and pl'd wl'n shawl;, Apalachicola, Oct 28, 1812.
SUPERIOR COURT. 50 Bbls Whiskey; Mouseline Delaine and fancy silk do. 10 TIERCES choice Hams
"
JACKSON
Brown & King, } ASSUMPSIT.vs. 25 Molasses ; Jackonett, plaid, book and swiss Muslins, SPECTACLE GLASSES.): ponvex and con- .> Hhds:: New Orleans S'upr, for sale by

1 I Attachment for 10 Hhds Bacon Hams and Sides ; Flannels, negro blankets and Kerseys, Glasses, suitable for all ages, dec7 TI10S. L. 3HTCHEL.

William B. Stokes, surviving f $500 00. Da- 100 pcs Kentucky Bagging; 12-1 Linen and cotton long cloth sheeting, | and notice for persons having weak eyes, fitted at short ItANBERRES-Put! up in i bbls., for family
D. i
partner of Stockstons Ai Co. J mages$2,200 00 5 bales India Foreign and Domestic Prints, a great variety by H. PALLAIS, Watchmaker, use,just received, and tor sale by
Defendant and all others interested are 100 coils Kentucky bale Rope ; 5-4,4-4,7-8,3-4 br'wn shirtings and sheetirgs, Nov :aI 1 a tf Chesnut st. Apalachicola, = B. ELLIS,

THE to and plead to the declara- 100 Manilla Rope ; do. do. bleached do do. (}.
appear WM. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large nov-J7: 11 2.S water st.
tion filed in said 50 sacks Rio Coffee ; by Lowell,Manchester and other cotton osnabutjs, wet selected stock of DRY GOODS, Also-A few jars Barbary Preserves: an excel-

case.YONGE & TAYLOR, decll KIMBROUGH & RID'GVAY.MOLASSES50 Heavy Lowell and Stark Mills Drilling, consisting of:- lent article,. in case of sickness:

Marianna,July 21, IS 13. 3m Atty's for Pl'ff': Bbls New Orleans, for sale. Woollen and cotton hosery, Clot.lls, t Cassimeres, and KerseysSattinetsFlannels ; N CONSIGNA1ENT200 -
Gloves combs hair-brushes baskets- --
fancy O
W WOOD, 23 water st. and Blankets
Jackson Superior Court. Boxes, cologne, toys, etc. etc. Fotct i;n aid Domestic Prints ; box Window las, assorted sizes,
Matilda L. Pinkard ) 05 BBLS. Mess Pork ; 15 do do Beef; Florence braid, brilliant and other Bonnetsj; Brown Drillings and Irish Linens; 150 kegs White Lead, for sole by

vs. > Bill for Divorce. 20 hlf bbls Fulton Market family do Russia, Rabbit-silk and other Hats, Bleached :%d unbleached ; WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Peyton H. Pinkard. } 20 bbls No. 3 Mackerel ; % *An assortment of Boots and Shoes. decll Sheetings; dec -It water rt.
30 hlf bbls Nos 1 and 2 do; Shirtings ;
THE defendant will take notice that on the 15 qr do No 1 do; 20 kits No 1 do; Barrels No. 1, \ Cotton Osnajurgs; LAllD-:50 Legs, fur sale by
the
Monday in November next plaintiffwill 20 kits No 1 Salmon; MACKEREL-5 do No 110 half do No;2, And every other article in their line adaptedto W. A. WOOD, 23 Water st.
of
proceed to take the depositions Shephard 10 hlf bbls Boston Mess Shad; for sale by W. A. WOOD, the country trade. dec4 yNAVY
for sale low
COILS Manilla
Marianna Rope, by
of
Stone at the Court House in the town 40 hlf bbls Butter Crackers; 25 bxs Cheese:. dec 18 23 Water st 50
at which time and place the said defendant: 75 bbl Pilot and Navy bread; BREAD-JO bbls fine Nary Bread; FARRIOR & Co.

may attend if he sees fit to do so. 50 bxs Codfish; 15 kegs Lard. ; Saddles.I do Common do, for sue by dec 41 Water st.

A. H. BUSH, Att'y for Pl'ff. 20 firkins Goshen Butter; HAVE on hand a good supply of Saddles, Iri- W.: 1. WOOD, ft common, bushed, and plank

Marianna, Oct. 5, IS 13. ol-1-4m 10 10 bbls bbls Dried White Apples Beans;and 5 hlf Peaches do Cranberries; ; dies &c. of various kinds and of the best quality dcclS 23 Water st. BLOCKS-:: for sale by .

Court. 40 bxs Sperm Candles; 50 do No. 1 Soap which I will sell at lower rates than they ffer Glass White cad Oil decl-l_W A WOOD, 03 water st.

. Jackson Superior 15 do Ground Spices; 20 do Stared.For were sold for before in this place. Call and fee BXS. Glass, 8 X V, 10 X 12,12 X 14, .FEE-GO bags Rio
50 for
on consignment,
Rebecca Stevens, } sale by I them at 4Vater street, up stairs. 100 kegs Whiteead, No. 1 and 2, C sale McIOVY
Divorce. by & HARTSHORNE
Bill for ,
vs. > DODGE & GARDNER, : dec14 PETER HOBART 10 Black; "
Cutting G. Stevens. ) declS 40 Water street. dec7 40 Water stOATS
i 2 casks bored Linseed Oil, .-
defendant will take notice that on the Goods for Cash. I .. 25 Barrels Northern for sale
Oats
and 2 common by
THE ARRIVED now landing from schr. i
Monday in November next, the plaintiffwill JUST -100 Bbls Potatoes, T HAVE just opened an assorted stock of Gods' 2 Sperm Oil, : m vi. WOOD,

proceed to take the depositions of James H. 5 Bbls White Beans, X embracingCalicoes On consignnent, for sale, low for cash, by dec IS 23 Water st.
Parker and Walter J. Robinson, Ellis Davis, and Cambricks, Muslins, FARRIOR & Co. i
Eliza Davis. The deposions of James H. Parker 20 do. dried apples do. Cotton Shirtings and Sheetings, Oct 28 41 Water st.FOR RICE-3 Tierces new Rice, for sale by
and Walter J. Robinson will be taken at the 25 do. green Ginghams, Cotton Osnaburgs, W.; .i. JVOOD,
Court House in Marianna; those of Ellis Davis 1000 lbs choice family butter, in boxes con- Kersey, Jeans, Satinetts and Linseys, SALE-150 pcs Kentucky Bagging; declS 23 Water st.

and Eliza Davis at the house of Stephen J. Rochein taining from 4 to 30 Ibs each, all in Flannels, Blankets, Cloths, Cassimeres, 150 coils Kentucky Bale Rope ; UST RECEIVED-A of Shaker'sGarden
fresh
Washington county. The defendant may attend prime order, Shoes, assorted, Hats, and Caps, 35 bbls Northern Flour ; J supply ,
and
Flower and herbs
boards for sale seeds ;
5000 feet white pine by
and cross-examine said witnesses if he sees Straw Bonnets; I 10 hhds St. Croix Sugar; '
fit to do so. A. H. BUSH, Pl'ff's Att'y. decll S. DILL & Co. 29 Waterst. Hardware, Cutlery, and Tinware. lf:>0 hags Rio and Java Coffee; dec7 B. S. HA\VLEY.

Marianna Oct. 5, 1813. ol4-4m BEAMS-2 Dearborn's Patent Scale These Goods are sold on Commission, and vII 10 tons assorted Swedes Iron; SHAKER'S GARDEN SEED-A fresh sup-

AND SHOES-A- good assortment for SCALE for sale by be offered at very low prices for the ready mon .. 100 kegs cut nails; by and for sale by

BOOTS for cash by B- ELLIS, B. H. GOODLETT, DAVID G. RANEY, WILLIAM G. PORTER & Co. B ELLISON & CO.,
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.ov2'/ 41. 28 water s<- dec It 43watr-stieet. Oct 2S 43 Water(. dec4 .i 41 water st. decll 33 Water st. r


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