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OMMERIAL ADVERTISER,
S-,PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY .
-BY
S:D)OMINGE, BOSWORTH &WYMAN,
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< ,'Comrierce & Chestnut streets,
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inventions, goods, &c., will be charged for as
advertisements, at our discretion.

CARDS.

alicliael .A. TMIyers,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
SNo. 28 Water street,-
Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAY.
SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER.
Seward Dill & Co.
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
Liberal advances made on all consignments,
and business entrusted to them will be
promptly atterid ed to
Refers to-LANE & READ, RostOn .. ..
CARY COOK, Portland, Me.
S. C, WIrTTITR, Hallowell.
Apalachicola Aug. 26. ly
A Card.,
D OCT. S. W. SPENCER has removed his
office to the Baltzell Buildings, ,second floor,
over the store of N. Miller & Co. Entrance from
Chestnut street. His residence is on Live Oak
street, formerly the residence of Charles Rogers,
Esq. dec4
S. B. 15 atiliton,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
decl ly dpalachcola, Fla.


VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, JANUAPY 29, 1844. [NUMBER 4.


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N. Miller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Corner Water and Chesnut streets)
Apalachicola. novel ly
Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
XNo. 226- Bowery, near Rivington st.
NEW YORK. novel ly
James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
May always be found at the office of Farrior &
Co. No. 44 Water st. He would respectfully so-
licit the patronage of his friends and acquain-
-tances. dec25
L. W. Spratt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
WILL for the future reside in this city. All
who have committed legal business to his
care while a resident of Quincy, will please ad-
. dress him at this place. He will continue a regu-
dlar attendance upon the courts of Jackson and
rGadsdens counties, and the Court of Appeals at
'Tallahassee.
Office over W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street.
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844.


Allen' H. Bisth,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Marianna, Florida.
Will practice in the Courts of Franklin, Jack-
ion, Walton and Washingtbn counties.
YonA & Taylor,
-ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Marianna, Florida.
CHANDLJER C. YONGE, JOHN B. TAYLOR
Go T., Ward & R. W. White,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
H Tallahassee, Florida.
Having associated themselves in the practice of
ithe Law, Rnder the firm of WARD & WrHITE,
*will attend regularly the several Courts of the
'Middle and Apalachicola Districts, and the Court
.of Appeals at Tallahassee.
N; OTICE-JOHN LUCAS, Inspector and mea-
N surer of Luaber for Franklin county-hopes
to therit and receie a share of patronage.

dec4tf
OTICE.-The 'Vbscriber having been ap-
pointed INSPECTOR OF LUMBER for the
County of Franklin, wil\ be thankful for h share
of the public patronage.
H W TERRY.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1843. Pl 1mn
SBBLS. Pilot and Navy Bread; also a lot
50Jof first quality Goshen Butter, in small
kegs for family use, for sale by
WHITMARSH & RICHARDSON,
janl 27 water street.

G ARDEN SEEDS-Weathersfield fresh Seeds,
just received, and for sae by
jan8 BARNARD ELLIS.


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measuring, and there should ble no want of the
m e a s u r e f o r i t :. : *.. -
Agriculture is the great and permanent wealth
of every country, and hence'affbrds the;best cri-
terion by which to fix the rates of interest. If
we could ascertain what rents tenants can alli1
to.pay for the use of land, any term of years, for
the purpose of agriculture,-the tenants paying.the
taxes and' keeping buildings and fencte. in good
repair, I think that rent would be thn rate.of iJ
terest money ought to bear. If this'be thle case,
I believe all will perceive, that intbrestt should
be low, certainly not, exceeding three-per'cent.
per annum.: It is in the power of our Goverpn
'ment to0iix and maintain the rate of interest,
whether at one, two or three per -cent. per annum,
in such a manner that it wlarbe impossible for
any other nation or.anynMtmber of Wealthy indi-
viduals in out own country, either to alter the
rate determined, or monopolize money to the de-
pression of general business. At the same time
the circulating medium will be good and safe tfor
the people, and just as good in one part of the
country as another, without any ekxchliange being
paid.
It seems to be the general impestionthat it i
unsafe to trust the people with much nonev; for
if they have it they will run into all sorts o" wild
speculation, overdoing every species of business,
ind becoming indebted to so large an amount.as
to-be i.inable ever to'r exricate-themselves from
Nh1', emibarrassments. Theref:.re business'must
be, Ii t.:d by allowing them to hav'i ia certailt
sum (..riney, which, after continuing in theor
Hands a ,-ngth of time must be drawn in to sed.
if tihey cal, pay; and when this occurs the rate of
interest is, ure -to double, treble and quadruplei
property of "verydescription being depreciated
in p ,,i,,.,'rtiin,, tde rise of interest. It is.then
said that the prilc, ing claFses are coming to their
senses ; they havyk been pursuing bubbles whichlt
have now burst, for there Wa. not enough moriney
in the world to carr. on so extensive a business:
But we never hear of dealers in money fearing to
trust the ,pr d" -ing cl-ses to do their labor for
Them, raise grain, pork, beef, poultry, manufac-
hire linens; cloths, buildd houses, make furniture,
&c. &C. With these thlin,. t hev are willing to
trust, the people, for They understand how they
should be. done; but in money matters, we must
have gqd financiers, those who are acquainted
with the value of'a dollar, and knovw how to make
that dollar bt the most -of every thing at the
lowest price. Our most able financiers seldom
build a house or store, but getthem bv -the fore-
closure of mortgages when property is atits low-
est ebb; this is always the case when they are
trying the people to discover whether, after-a ter
years of prosperous business, they ire able to pay
their debts. -When -business again flourishes, it
will. do -well to sell these houses and stores, ana
be ready for another operation of the sanr nature,
which is certain to come every six or seven years.
When the time arrives to test the ability of the
people to -pay their debts noth ing hi the ofintrd
seems to be good security;,not only is individual
credit and that of States disputed, buteventhe
Government of the United States is doubted, and
every thing, compared with money, is insignifi-
cant and w.:.rtlless. ..:
I have thus pointed outit nhe evils in
our monetary system; many stio -.main, to men-
tion which would exceed the limits of this work.
Volumes might be written on so extensive a sub-
ject, but I think I have shown reasons sufficient
to convince every honest man who will examine
the subject, that its operations upon the prodt-
cing classes are not only oppressive, but at least
as unjust as gambling, if not as' theiving. :i

WIDOWS, BOARDING HOUSES, AND CLERKs IN
WASHINGTON.-The correspondent -of the,Unite<
States Gazette, evidently a close observer, writes "
thus: .
I understand there are about two hundred boar-
ding houses in this city, mosfof which are pre-
pared to receive members of congress as boarders.'
The competition among this reallyto be commis-'
serated class of people, generally widows accus-
tomes to the elegancies of life, till left destitute
by the death of a husband, and oftentimes, proba-
bly in most cases, with a family of children de-
pendent upon them for support, education, &c.
Few men who come to Washington, and accept
office, in any of the Departments, aeeumulate an-
tlhing; they live up to their income, oftentimes'
beyond it, and if sickness or death come, are tUn"
prepared,, pecuniarily, for either. -->
I pity the man whom neccssity compels t.'
s,:'k br accept a clerkship he"e; hia energies are
soon lost for the want of exercrise and the neces--
sity of exertion They are seized with a kind- 6
dry rot, and moulder away to nothing. Should/'
change of administration take place, such'is the
minutiae of reformation" now, he, minst either
successfully play the sycophant, or be uffled out
upon a cold unfeeing world, incapacitated to work
his way thro' it, as his predecessor, has perhaphy. 1
to make room for him, ; .
I would say, earnestly, fo evefy yotng tianh i'
the land, never come to Washinoioftfo-ia clerk
ship. If you are unfortunate and poor, ask ,
friend to give you an axe, throw it and your pack
over your shoulders and go into the woods, or n
the pariries of the West, and there start from
and depend upon your other Earth; make your
self a man, and feel that you are so, and not pat


yourself in a situation to lose every manly feelin-g
you possess.

ATLANTIC STEAMERS-We lea4n 13hat the"
Company have another magnificent -4eams-hip t1i
the stocks at Glasgow, ich will be eay for
launching in a few week). She is to take- heI
place in the line next June, undEr the command
of Captain Judkins, who by the way is a splendid
specimen of humanity. He is to superintend the'
construction and fitting up of the new-steamiter,.
It is said that the favorite Hibernia is to pas
into the hands of Captain Ryrie, now of the Ac-
adia, and that the latter fine steamship will be
placed under the command of Capt. Shannon,
formerly of the Columbia. -
All the steamers of this line will be in com-
plete order to take their place in the New York
trade early next spring.-A, Y. Her. :

MoRE STEAMEns.-A line of steamers is
about beniL-stablislhed in Richmond, to run froMi
that city to New Yoi. 'Passesrgers will bentaken
from Richmond, Petersburg and Norfolk, to New'
York, for $10. It is calculated th4bat the trip from'
Hampton Roads to New York Wivll bp performed;
in 3T hours-from Richmond in 43 hours.


,Bonds at 16 66 .. .... ............$600,000
T we i tniy-se:-en years' interest compound-
e d half ye rly..,........ .... .... ..2,60,304
.7 299:,30.4
Deduct bond at )ar with interest corn- .
pounded half ybirly..................... 4..,, 4
"Net gain one over tf a
lay of $ 100,000 each i.............. '$2,466,920
If these bonds be puid, and this man receive
the -2.4''.11,.,-2', the State or some' individuals
loses exactly what this !an gains, and this, too,
withoutconsidering the depreciation of products.
It is generally"said that at tle present time there
are no specul iti.,ns.; but can any one tell of any
speculation in 1836 or'7 in lhads or any thing
else but measures of value which would compare
with this ? A State bond to p.-tN this enormous
sum from the hard earnings of her citizens, and
in produce at half price.

CHAPTER VII.
Of the Just interest of 'Jfoney.,


Umil A m i2Mll MBr^\
SNo. 136 Water 8&f 80 Pi street. :
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.


For the Commercial Advertiser.
THE PILGRIM'S REST.
If on life's stern and dreary waste,
The Pilgrim finds a resting place-
If Home with its endearments crown
The sweet domesti-circle round--
There let the weary Pilgrim rest, ,-
And boast him of one virtuous breast.
He needs that shade-Oh God! how much!-'
When mov'd by slander's venom'd touch;
He needs the strains that low r can pour,
To say these scenes shall be no more.
There let him test-ifrest he will-,
Till coming of a better day;
The voice of love his wound may heal,
And stop te heart's most sure decay
There may be poison deep within ;
There may be many a guilty sin;
Yet love can speak in softest strain,
And stop the Pilgrim's sternest pain.
Oh LOVE, and HOME! how dear thou art
To every would-be virtuous heart *
For if the babbling world should tell
Of all the sins that us befell,
No cloud, e'en then, thy temples twine,
LOVE still will say the Pilgrim's mine,
And HiERE he has a HOME !
FORREST.
Mr. Editor-You will oblige a subscriber by in-
serting in your interesting paper the following se-
lected poetry:-
"If I must leave thee, give me back tihe drea tl,
The wild free dreams, that rush'd without control
O'er my young spirit, in their whelming streams,
Ere yet a deeper power had bound my soul
In chains of sorrow Give me back the heart,
The youni l-iad heart, that once I gave to thee;
A thing all sunshine ;-let me then depart,
E'en as I sought thee, yet alone and free.
"If I must leave thee give me back the love,
Whose precious vial on thy head was pour'd ;
Give back my holy peace-that snow-white dove-
Unto my bosom let it be restored.
Send n-not-f,-rth--b -.a i4td aird w-retched thing,
T,. ,r..ok th,: idl,- taunting of men's scorn;
A desert eagle, with a broken wing-_
A captive, marked with fetters darkly worn.
Give all I ask thee Give me back all these,
And gladly, lady, then will I depart.
Oh not with these wild bitter memories
Writhing like serpents round my broken heart !
But if thou keep'st them--if thou wilt retain
All that made life once beautiful and high--
With my lost treasures I must still remain.;
Here must I perish; e'en at thy feet I die !"
W.
USURY; THE EVIL AND THE REMEDY.
BY GODEK GARDWELL.
CHAPTER V1,
Of Itigli and LoW Pates of interest.
This money, which occasions so mu.l anxiety,
is, compared with the property of the country, of
little value. It would not pay the board of the
people of the United States for four months at one
dolIlar per week. Twenty-one weeks' board for
seventeen million inhabitants at one dollar per
week would amount to .:4`1;"7,000,000-more mo-
ney than has ever been in circulation in the Uni-
ted States, including gold, silver, bank notes and
deposits throughout the Union. But, if gold and
silver only are considered they would not,-at any
time, pay the board of the people for seven weeks;
yet, this money seems to be the all-important
thing in the nation, and exercises, a tyranical
sway over both people and government.
Let us glance at the effect produced on a State
by a change in this money. Take. Illinois, for
example: For the purpose of making Internal
Improvements, she has issued State Bonds to a
large amount, bearing six per cent. interest. I
think none will doubt that the Legislature issued
these bonds in good faith, expecting these Inter-
nal Improvements would be highly beneficial to
the State, and when-completed would yield an
income sufficient to pay the interest and, in a few
yearsI to reduce the principal. Far ditfirent has
been the result, but not without cause. The
State teas obliged to make great sacrifices on her
bondssto obtain the money, and, as interest in-
creased, her produce fell in price, so thatthe loss
on hei bonds was augmented by a still greater
one or her produce and lands; tor the citizens
and landholders in a State are those who suffer
the Ions. A large quantity of these bonds, when
first isued, brought par : had the State Govern-
ment supposed they would be compelled to sell
them it less than their par value, they would not
have attempted the improvement; but when the
work was partly done and of no use unless finished,
they were induced to make sacrifices in order to
go on with it. I will show what the operation of
these bpnds would be with different individuals :
those 1Who had taken them at par, and those who
have since bought them at the lowest rates at
which they have been sold. Take the bonds
which are payable in 1870, making twenty-seven
years they would have to run, and compounding
the interest half yearly, according to the tenor of
these bonds.:


One man buys at par a bond for......$1,600) 00
Twenty-seven years' interest compounded
half yearly at 6 per cent. per annum...3,933 841
4,933 84
Another man buys with $1,000 in money, bonds
at 161 ets. on the dollar.............. $6,000 00
Twenty-seven years' interest compound-
ed half yearly at 6 per cent. per annum. .23,603 04

$29,603 04
Deduct the $1,000 bond and interest laid29603
out at par......... .. ......... ......4,933 8.4
Net gain over the other (by each laying
out $1,000). ......................$24,669 20
There is no more trouble attendant upon the
outlay of one than the other, and if the interest
is paid, no more trouble in collecting it. I will
extend this expenditure to $100,000 each, and
contemplate the result:
Bond at par.............................$100,000
Twenty-seven years' interest compounded "
half yearly............................393,384
$493,384


Andrew S. Cooke,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmaes,
jan15 tinov Apalachicola, Fla.


Greenwoodc & Ellis,
AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
S :Columbus, Georgia.
fai- Li1er.al advances made upon Goods consign-
ed to us. jan8 5t


Wm. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION.
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
nov25 ly dlpalachicola, Fla.


In the preceding remarks it is assumed tha.six
per cent. is a fair interest on money. It is car-
tainly that which the Legislature of Illinois hal
considered fair, a'hd therefore issued the bonds
bearing six per cent. interest fixed at that rate.
I am aware it may be said that these bonds some-
times sell above par, and then the State and citi-
zens '6f Illinois gain What the bonds bring .,b .ve
their par value; but some other people lose just
what the State gains; for when the bond becomes
due, the State will, not feel itself bound to pay
more than the par value and the interest accrued
thereon; and: if the man holding it paid more
than the face of the bond, he loses the difference.
Thpe above illustrations are made assuming the
rate ofinterest qn money loaned is jUst.at six per
cenit: this su.bj.-ct I Wish to examine, and ascer-.
tain as nearly as possible what rates of interest
-money loaned should bear. The different States
have fix\d or pretended to fix the rates at from
six to eight per cent., some allowing the ,parties
by special contract to take a greater interest.-
To explain, I shall take the interest at seven per
cent,, being the medium rate as allowed by the
States,
Money is not consumed by its use as a currency,
but will last for centuries. If paper, when worn
out it can be replaced, and gold and silver are but
slightly diminished by use Currency, therefore,
being permanent, must be c,:.opared with some-
thing also permanent, land for instance. If it
could be rented at seven per cent. per annum we
will calculate that it will double every ten years,
which it will more than. do, by taking the inte-
rest or discount off in advance, as is done by all,
the banks in lending money. Money l.,Incd on
interest begets its like, and every dollar of the;
interest accruing is precisely like every dollar of
the principal loaned. Suppose one hundred far-
mers to own each five hundred--together fifty
thousand-acres of land well improved, with
suitable buildings and fences. These farms be-
long to foreigners, who can afford to allow the
farms to accumulate one century, for the benefit
of their posterity. Government passes a law that
the citizens who rent these hundred farms shall
regularly pay to the owners of the land seven per
cent. per annurp, which isto be paid in land ad-
joining; every acre of that so paid to be of as good
quality as that hired, and have a pro rata pro-
portion of buildings and fences. Suppbse when
one tenant is unable topay the rent or interest for
his land, another is obliged to take his place, and
continue for one century to pay the same sum to
the owners; in that length of time the foreigners
owning the farms, can bequeath to their :.-,- it\
fifty-one millions two hundred thousand acres of
land, all well improved. This is more land than
is cultivated in the s*K New England States, to-
gether with the State of New-York. Suppose
such a case to occur, all this would be accumula-
ted from one hundred farms, without the owners
expending one day's labor upon them. Another
half century would give all the lands of the na-
tion into the hands of foreigners, and our citizens
would becorrie serfs or laborers for the landhold-
ers. The paying in land seven per cent. interest
for the use of land, is no more certain to concen-
trate the. land of the nation in the hands of the
few without their doing any labor, than seven per
cent. interest on money is sure to concentrate the
wealth of the nation in the hands of the few,
without any labor on their part. The people in
all counties work for money, instead of money
working for the benefit of the people.
The interest on money should be at rates which
will secure the greatest amount of labor; for labor,,
and labor only, makes improvements and procures
mental and physical sustenance to man. Money
adds nothing to this; it is merely a measure by
which the value of all useful articles is estimated,
and like all other measures is necessary and use-
ful in its place. Some pretend that trade can be
carried on by barter, and that little money is
needed. We will take the case of a laboring man
who has to provide food for his family, clothe
them, and educate his children.- He goes to the
teacher, and tells him that he wishes to send his
children to school, and pay by his labor for their-'
instruction. The schoolmaster asks him if he can
teach; no, but he can work upon a farm; for this
the teacher does not need his services and has to
way of making him useful; so he does not in-
struct his children. He goes to the bookstore
and offers to work for books. The bookseller
would be glad to dispose of them but has nothing
for- him to do. At the market, the shoemaker's,
the dry goods store he receives the same answers.
He applies to a farmer .who needs his services,
but who has a cow more than he wants, which he
offers in payment. But the laborers no better
situated than he was before, instead of his labor
he has the cow to barter for provisions, schooling,
books, &c. But suppose the farmer pays him the
money, he can buy the things he needs with this
measure ,of value, which is devisable and useful
to all. In the end it amounts to this : he has bar-
tered his labor for books, schooling, provisions,
&c., which he could not do without money.-
Bartering is as .practicable in the above case, as
it would be in the general business of the coun-
try. All trade, in fact, is barter, but it cannot
go on without money;-better be deprived of all
other measures than of thi measure of value--
money.
Money is as much needed for the measure or 1


exchange of value as other measures are for the
measure or, exchange of quantity. If labor, when
performed, would produce an income sufficient to
pay a just rate of interest, it would be worth i


TtmcKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
novel Apalachicolas Florida.


W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton slipped to
Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also in
store,. novf ly


JEREMIAnH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SNo. 52 Water street,
jan8 ly Apalachicola, Fla.


B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 29 Water street.
! Apalachicola, Fla.


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1 B. Elfison & Co.#
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
dec1 ly Apalachicola, Fla.


E. R. FLEwsjus .. 4-n .-T-,_
,'lewellen & Butt,
FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Apalachiicola, Fla.
()- Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped
to New York, Liverpool or Havre. d256m
Kiainbrough & Ridgway,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Apalachicola, Florida.
Wam. 11 ICIMBRfOtGH.
JOHN I. RIDGWAY.
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. dec1 ly


T. IH. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 50 Water street,
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
New York. nov1 ly


Thos. L. Mtitehlael,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANT.
No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola.
dec7 ly


Dodge & Gardner,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No 40 Water street,
decl8 Apalachicola, Fla.
Samuel Schiffler.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL G-ROCER,
No. 49 Water street.
janI Apalachicola, Fla.
W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
Apalachicola. nov1 ly


Moore & McKeazie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 32 Water street,
Apalachicola.
Wm. A. McKENZIE,
JOHN M. MOORE. 5 novel ly
Farrior & Co.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Water-street,
nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
B. S. Hawley)
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c. &c., &c.
No. 27 Water street,
Apalachicola. nov1 ly
J. W. Woodland & Co*
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. nov1 ly
Thomnas Bertramn,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
o No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS. novel lyV
Whitmiarsh & Richardson,
Dealers in '
GROCERIES, CONECTIONARY, AND
A general assortment of Fruit, Vegetables, &c.,
No. 33 Water street.
Apalachicola, Fla.
( Goods sold on Commission. nl ly
P. Hobaort,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE,
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street,
dec14 ly Apalachicola.
Wmi. Sydney Green, M. D.
DR. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres-
Ssing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
der himself more useful in his profession.
Office on Centre, near Water street. dec25


Law Notice.
W. G. M. DAVIS,
Has returned to the practice of the Law. He
is prepared to attend to business at the County
Clerk's Office A-palachicola.


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City Council Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER,
TUESDAY EVENING, Jan. 9, 1844. $ "
Adjourned meeting. Full Board Present.
Minutes read and approved. The Mayor then
named the following standing committees for the
year 1844: On Finance, Messrs. Roberts, Wood,,
and Farrior: -On Contracts and -Improvements,,;
Messrs. Guyon, Simmons and Babcock: On Print-
ing, Messrs. Wood, Guyon and Schiffer; On Cha-
rity Hospital, Messrs. Schiffer, Simmons and
'lements: On Claims,- Messrs. Farrior, Roberts
and Clements.
On motion of Mr. Wood, duly received, the
Council proceeded to elect their officers, and the
following was the result:
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk and Treasurer.
PETER HOBAR1, Tax Collector.
JAMES 'GIBSON, City Marshal.
JOSHUA GRANT, Harbor Master.
Weigh Masters-
WILLIAM FOSTER, R. H. GOODLET,
W. H. HUGHES, C. J. SHEPARD,
J. B. STAR, H, R. WOOD.
On motion of Mr. Roberts, the Council proceed-
ed to ballot for two more Weigh Masters, increas-
ng the whole number to eight, and resulted in
the election of THOMAS H. HALSEY and R.
CROCKETT KERR.o
The Mauhal's account was submitted by Mr.
Roberts, and referred to Committe on Claims.
Owen I\1. Conners account for board of pauper
Gray two weeks. was passed and allowed at $7.
On motion of Mr. Scbiffer, Council adjourned.
THURSDAY EVENING, Jan. 11.
Council met this evening. Present, D. G. Ra-
aey, Mayor; Councilmen Babcock, Clements. Far.
rior, Guyon, Roberts, Schiffer, Simmons, Wood.
Minutes of last meeting read and approved.
The Clerk reported the returns of Weighmasters
Halsey, Hughes and Broughton, for the month of
December last, which were read and ordered on
file.
The f:,llooiiig accounts were presentedto Coun-
eil; one in favor of Roberts, Allen & Co. of $13 49,
one in favor of E. Brown, for work on streets, of
$5 50; one in favor of P. 0. Sullivan, for work on!
streets, &c. for e34 50 ; one in favor of Walter
Foy, for work on streets, of $8 44; one in favor of
City Marshal to date, for $47 41; all of which
were passed.
On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded, it was or-
dered that Charity Hospital Committee be author-
ised to contract with any person they may deem
proper to board the poor sick of the City.
By Mr. Roberts: Resolved, That all improve-
ments made, shall be done underthe correction of
the Committee on Improvements, and contracts
superintended by the Marshal; and that all labor
bills shall only be allowed by their contract and ap-
proval Adopted.
TheMayor reported that the following due bills
of the city had been given to Mr. Griswold for in-
terest tp to the 29th December last, on a note of the
city he.d by him, and now in judgment, viz :
7 Due Bills, dated Dec. 20th, 1843, for
$100 each,... .......... ............. $700 00
6 Due Bills, of same date, 950 each,.... C00 00
12 25 each,.... 300 00
1 Bill .... 33 72
1 89 84
Amountiifg to (and not bearing interest) $1,423 50
The Council then proceeded to consider the re-
vised Ordinances, and the Ordinance entitled "An
++-d^ ..: ,' ,,l*"\l:!idi for tIIe I'-? s.- .'n, .r t ,f tax-,
duly passed. Mr.' Farrior moved to amend the 7th
section by striking out the word "five," and inser-
ting two and a half," as commissions to-be al-
owed for collecting the taxes, which motion was
lost by the casting vote of the Mayor. Mr. Roberts
then moved that said section be amended so as to
read, "three percent. upon all taxable property,
and ten per cent. upon all poll taxes;" which was
ir;.-.tpd. Mr. Farrior, seconded by Mr. Roberts,
called for the yeas and nays-Yeas, Messrs. Ro-
berts, Schifi'r, Babcock, Simmons and Guyon.-
Nays, Messrs. Farlior' Wood and Clements.
The eighth section was next read by the Clerk,
and the said Ordinance, as amended, passed by its
title.
-The Ordinance entitled An Ordinance for the
Regulation of Quarantine, &c.," was next read,
and duly passed by its title.
On motion of Mir. Schiffer, Council adjourned.

SATURDAY EVENING, Jan. 13.
Council met this evening. Full Board present.-
Minutes read and approved.
Mr. Wood, from. tile special committee appointed
to confer with City Attorney, and report amend-
ments to the City Chapter, reported a communica-
tion from Col. Semmes, and also the draft of an
act to amend the G~ty Charter, which was received
b>y the Clerk and approved by the Council.
On motion of Mr. Wood, seconded, it is ordered
that the Mayor forward the draft of an act to amend
the City Charter to our Representative, and urge
hini to promote the passage thereof.
On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded, it is or-
dered that the name of Mr. Car0 be substituted in
;he plaee of Mr. Hurd, in the bond of the Marshal.
Mr. Sehiffer reported that he, as chairman of
Committee on Charity Hospital, had contracted
with Donald Campbell for boarding the poor sick
of the city for ,$3 per week each, in good funds,
and presenter the proposals of Drs. Green and
Spencer for City Physician, and the proposal of Dtr.
Green to attend the poor sick of the city and fur-
nish medicines, at $200 per year, was accepted, and
the committee instructed to inform Dr. Green
thereof, and make such contract with him.
Mr. Wood, fr-om the Committee on Printing,
reported the proposals of the Commercial Adverti-
ser and Florida Journal, to print the minutes of the
proceedings of Council and the Ordinances, and_ on
motion of Mr. R~oberts, the Council proceeded to


the consideration of said proposals, and the propo-
sition of Mr. Dominge to do the City Printing for
$80 per year, was moved to be adopted, by Mr.
Roberts, and lost by the casting vote of the Mayor.
On motion of Mr. Guyon, duly seconded, that
the proposals of Mr. Boyle to print the Minutes of
the proceedings of Council and Ordinances, at
$75 per year be accepted. The same was adopted.
On motion, Council then adjourned.
WILLIAM VALLE-A&t, Clerk.

FRENCH STEAMrERs.-The Paris Correspon-
dent of the Boston Atlas says, in one of his lat-
letters, that the French Minister of Marine has'
issued an order to the Commandant at L'Orient,
urging him to hasten the armament of the four
translantic steamers fitting out there. The
French are straining every nerve to have a force
of steam vessele of war superior to that of Eng-
land: and a special committee, consisting of the
Minister of Marine as president, and twelve
members, (among whom is the Prince de Jom-
ville; now Rear Admiral,) has been appointed by
royal ordinance for the purpose of making inqui-
ries respecting the buildings, organization, and
arming of war steamers.

THE STEAM NAVY.-The experiment ofturn-
ing the old 36-gun frigate, Penelope, into a steam-
ship, by cutting her in two, lengthning her fifty or
sixty feet, and supplying her with powerful en-
gines, has completely succeeded. From the ac-
count of her performances it appears that she is
equal, if not superior, in swiftness, and superior
in steadiness, to the finest steamers in the Royal
navy, and as there are upwards of fifty vessels of
the same class in the Royal navy which have be-
come worse than useless as frigates, since foreign
nations have taken to building line-of-battle ships
under that name, many mere of them will b(
transformed in a similar manner, and a great addi.
tion be thus made the steam navy of the country
at a small expense.--English Paper.


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Obituary.
Died on'Tuesqay morning the 15ctth inst, of conl.
sumption, RICyeaRD KIRo HBAfg. late of
B urhingt~ n, I ow a L `rritor y Altho ug it ant. front
his reladlveaand freds they ma,, be ars a.resi
all that could beobhdoneoreme s-i-c
way of medical treaid ent and attention to i""-ced
wants by his acquaintances. .I
Died in this city, on Mtnday a, IstRfRSUIW
_ST.ENSEEN,.28 years of age. Ilie was' a native 01
Philadelphia, and -for the last --eight years a- resi-
dent of Mobile.- Ahhou 1) igh but a short time since
he came to reside -among us, e. succeeded ill
winning to himself many and warka friends.

ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
MANSION HOUEE.
A H Bush and lady, Miss Mary Bernan; Misd
Pittman, Miss Ann Gautier, Miss Bush, Miss Kil,
by, Dr Bellamy and son, E Bryan, SV Smith,
Marianna ; J G Shorter, Eufaula; Jno Ruse, 0 P
Tillinghast, Columbus; Capt W' S Baler, brig L
Copeland; Capt D Patten,-ship Garden; Capt H
Smith, schr i Texter; W Dickinson, Bainbridge; J
E Dickinson, Va; Caraway Smith, Tallahassee;
J N Cumming, Quincey; C H Mather, N Orleans;
Dr Armistead, W H Kimbrough, J Stevenson, D
J Day, C H Conery, A Dodge, Apalachicpla. ,
PH(3NIX HOUSE.
W Bond, St Louis; C Henning, James Kelley,
H R Taylor, Capt Clift, Apalachiicola; Mir Sher-
man, Mr Ford, Mr Hagan, New York; S .W Spratt
Bainbridge; Capt Thomas, Capt- Shack leford, Capt,
Skolfield, Wm Blythe: ".
COMMERCIAL:

LATEST DATES.
Liverpool....... *Dec. 7. New York...... SJan. 9.
Havre,.......... 9. New Orleans,. I 16.
Havana .... .... 1. Charleston..... 10.
EXCHANGE.
Checks at siht on N York. '.. .par.
Augusta,..... par.
Boston,...... 1-2 pr c prem.
Charleston, ..1-2- "
Savannah,. .1-2 .t
Bills on New York... 30 days .... 1 Per e dit
it" ....6 da s... 1 t
t" I I" ....90 daps-.. 2 a 2i ,'
On all other Northern cities, the saime rates.
FREIGHT-S--" "<--__ .
To Liverpool,..... .--...... 5-8d. pr lb.
New York.:.... ........... 5-8c
Boston, ......................5-8c "

COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand.............. ....211
Received since our last,........ 3,018
previously........... 52,896
,56,112 bales.
Exported since our last,........ 5,081
previously, ......... 21,959
---27,040 "
Stock on hand not cleared,......29,085 "
COTTON MARKET..
We have had a steady market for the week past.
Buyers generally having the advantage. The sales
are 3,376 bales. We quote inferior, 7j a 71 ; ordi-
J.' "a;,_' ',^, -. ,,*^d.*i'.,2i,^ni2i? fair, 9;
fair, 9- a 9j cents.
The transactions of the past .week are as fol-
lows !-78 bales at 7; 72at 71; 188 at 8; 36at:81-16;
25 at 8i; 477 at 8i; 259 at 8 5-16; 59 at 8-z-: 248 at
8; 75 at 89; 171 at84; 252 at 8"; 375 at.9; 13 at
9 1-16; 64 at 94; 61 at 9.; 578 at 9ft 164 at 91;, 9.
at 10; 50 at 10-; 5 at 10%; 1 bale Sea Island at 12j
cents per lb.

DOMESTIC MARKETS.
Letters received in this city from New Orleans,.
under date of 16th inst., report the cotton market
{ to I cent better than it had been the previous
week.
NEW ORLEAFS, Jan. 13.-COTTON-In our
review of last Wednesday morning we quoted a
decline in prices of a quarter to three-eights of a
cent, and we stated that in consequence of that
reduction in the rates, buyers had been induced to
enter the market more freely, a tolerably fair busi-
ness having been done on Tuesday. Since then
the weather has been as urdavorable for business
as can well be imagined. As to prices we cannot
quote any- positive change, but we may state that
the downward tendency which the market exhi-
bited when our last report was made up has ap-
parently been arrested--indeed, holders, during the
last two days, have in general manifested no ea-
gerness to realize at the current rates, and many of
them refuse to sell unless at prices above our quo-
tations. The transactions of the week amount to
16,400 bales, of which 10,000 bales were taken
during the past three days, at from 7 to 10it cents
per Ib.
SUGA+R--In consequence of the weather having
continued very wet and disagreeable since our re-
view of last Wednesday morning, the transactions
in Sugar on the Levee have been quite limited.
Prices, 4] to 6| cents per Ib.
MOLAssEs--Tlhere has not been much business
doing in Molasses on the Levee since our last,
chiefly owing, however, to tie bad state of the
weather. As to prices there is no change, the.
current rate being still 23 cents per gallon.
Fi~oui-We have still to report the Flour market
in an excessively dull state, with a constantly ac-
cumnulatIng stock, which is now larger than we
have known it for some months. Piices, $4 25 to
$4 30 per bbi.


MOBILE, Jan. 13.-COTTON-We report the
market on this day week unsettled, although exhi-
biting towards the close a rather better feeling, out
of which a more regular state of things was anti-_
cipated for the current week- In the early part of
the week ordinary and middling qnalities being
chiefly enquired for, sellers realized an advance' on:
Tuesday and Wednesday of i a jc. upon these de-
scri-';-ions-wsirice then they have been less sought;
after, and the improvement is considered lost.--
The week's sales sum up, as near as can be ascer-
tained, about 10,500 bales.

PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Siren-Mr. A H Bush & lady; Mrs,
Preston; Miss Mary Beman, M J Pittman, Miss
Ann Gautier, Miss Susan and Harriet Bryan,. ui si.
Bush, Miss Godwin, Miss Kilby, Miss Baker,.
Messrs Stark, Bryan, Preston, Stevenson, Spratt,
Kolb, Day, Cowdrey, McFaul.
Per schr Foam-D McNab, J N Harris,- Sweet,
Dell, Crane.
Per steamer Columbus-Mr. Stone 0z lady; Dr.
E C Bellamy & son; Dr. M L Arrhistead; Messrs
RR Ropes, J G Shorter, T W Edwards.
Per steamer Gen'l Sumpter-W 1-1 Kimbrough,
Mr. Paramore.
Per steamer Jas Y Smith-Messrs S IM McKay,
W S leal, jr., R K Hunt, W N Jones, W Dickin-
son, JE Dickinson.
Per steamer Siren-Judge X Baker&. lady; Miss
Tatem; Capt. J R Lloyd; Messrs-R *C Adams,
Jos Foster. Smith, Cumringos, Cheesborough.
Per schr Boston-Messrs A Dodge, C Connery,
SWesson.
r Per steamer Tallahassee-Mrs. Robinson, Miss
1 Scott, Dr. Wakefield, Dr. Galdner; Messrs Wake-
f field, Branch, Dudley Whelptey.
Per steamer Apalachicola--J L Hewitt.
.1
s TJiATS.-Just received per brig Mary from
sie 1 New York, a few dozen fine CASSIMERE
. Hats, latest fashion, a beautiful article.
y For sale by S B HAMILTON & CO.,
jan22 47 Water street.


lTlHE; GO V EttNUK'S MESSAGE.
Last Thursday's mail brought us this impor-
tant document. It is a patriotic and independent


nor ha/e even the tax.lists been but partially sent
in to he Treasury. The law is deemed deficient
in secifying when the tax shall be payd into the
Tiasury, and the attention of the Council is
n/led to its proper amendment. The. unsatisfied r
warrants of the auditor of the Trea!ury amount
o $14,614,45 making a reduction from' the debt of I
he Territory of only $1,869,96 during the present i
year. The debts and current expenses of the
Territory'must therefore be provided for by an
ncreise of the tax on land, which is so inconsi- (
terable that an increase of 100 per cent. would f
be no material inconvenience to the land propri-
etors. An increase of the salaries of the Auditor
,nd Treasurer is also recommended.
Nothing has been done by the Trustees appoint-
ad to take charge of the School Lands; and for
heir better preservation it is recommended- that
hey be 'laced under the protection of the Coun- E
y Courts, within whose jurisdiction the lands ot
nay be situated. (
The Governor speaks with much regret of the t
low progress that has been made in the organi-
ration of the Militia. But few returns have been
made to the Adjutant General, in consequence of -
which he can make no report of the Military
strength of the Territory, and she will therefore
)e deprived of the benefit of arms and equip- r
heats from the General Government, This is
he more humiliating, too, as Florida is the only I
portion of the United States so delinquent in the I
performance of Military duty. A high compli- f
ment, however, is paid to.the Volunteer Compa- (
ties in the paragraph below. We presume that '
he G-UARDS of Apalachicola come in for a share, +
Though they have not yet appeared in uniform.
n a city like our's there should be two compa-
ties at least, well organised and in full dress.-
We hope that the succeeding clause will rouse i
ur Military zeal " t
" It is gratifying, however, amidst the general
apathy which pervades, to perceive that there is a1
martial spirit which animates a portion of the t
community, and which has prompted the organi-
ration of volunteer companies in many of the
owns and villages of the Territory. The ex-
ample of these patriotic citizens is worthy of imi-
ation, and their military zeal is as creditable to 1
hem as it may be serviceable to the country.- (
Fhese companies, in cases of emergency, may be
endered available, and would constitute the ear-
lest and most efficient defence of the country.-
n order to give encouragement to the formation
)f others, I respectfully suggest the propriety of
organizingg them into independent battalions, un-
ler officers of their own choice, and that they be
made subordinate to no other military authority,
except that of the-Genqrjs o JPr'r,-Oo and the
Governor of the Territory." .. .....
The Message closes with a recommendation of
applying to Congress for a law to elect all officers
:f the Territory (Judicial and Ministerial except- l
ed) by the people, and congratulations on the t
ermination of all Indian hostilities.

PENN1TSYLVANIA.-The Governor of this State
mn the 11th inst., sent his annual message to the
Legislature. It is' a very important document,
considering the position which Pennsylvania now
holds in relation to foreign creditors. The Go- t
vernor disavows repudiation in its greatest length
and breadth, and states that the debt and interest
low due is. .';'..i,OS4,000. 0)e recommends aug-
mented taxes forthwith to meet the interest, and
insists that nothing but the distress of the times
have prevented its payment hitherto. The taxes
however, are not faithfully collected nor paid
ouer, to remedy this, he recommends immediate t
revisionn by law. t
SPECULATION IN COTTONV.--The New Orleans 1
Courier says, that an agent of the house of Roths- t
;hild is in that city with orders to purchase all 1
the cotton in the market.

To the Senate and House of R~epre- 1
-sentatives, of the United Stales:
The undersigned, citizens and payers of Postage
respectfuflly represent---
1. That the rates of Postage now imposed by
the Government are exorbitant, oppressive ;o the
People; and calculated to defeat their avowed ob- '
ject of making the Post Office Department )ay its
own expenses; .]
2: That the Franking Privilege, as it is n~w au-
thorized- and exercised, is unjust, unequal, anti-
republican, and ought to be utterly abolished, ex-
cept as it may be expedient to allow it to. cover
the strictly official correspondence of thi Post
Office Department itself;
3. That not one-third of the correspondence of


the country now pays Postage in the Mais, nor
will it until the rates of Postage are greatlyreduc-
ed, and the Franklin Privilege abolished;
4. That a uniform charge of five cents, in ad-
vance, on each letter weighing not more thin half
an ounce, and of five cents additional on every
half ounce thereafter, for all distances, woulk aflbrd
at least as much revenue, and be vastly mor bene-
ficial to the Public, than the present exorbitant
rates;
5. That the present arbitrary, capricious and ex-
cessive charges on the conveyance of printed mat-
ter, other than newspapers, in the Mails, sem di-
rectly calculated to drive away custom fiom the
Department, when its plain interest shouk lead it
to court and attract business, as all of us are obliged
to do if we would live by it. We would therefore,
request the adoption of a uniform Rate of Postage
of one-half cent on every Newspaper, Periodical,
or Printed Sheet, conveyed in the Mail, vhen the
Postage is paid in advance, and double that sum
on each sheet which may be so conveyed, when
it is not paid in advance.
6. That the reduction of our Rates of Postage
to sums computed, and payable in the Federal
Currency of this Union, is demanded by a just re-
gard to National character, no less than to the ob-
vious convenience of the People.
7. That the penal enactments and denunciations,
by which it is sought to compel the people to sup-
port the Post Office, when their own interest and
convenience may be better subserved without it,
are absurd, tyrannical, inefficient for any good
purpose, nd ought to be abolished.
Wherefore, we entreat your honorable bodies to
take early, decided, and efficient measures for the
relief of the People from the burdens under which
they have long groaned, and which threaten the
destruction of the utility and solvency of the Post
Office, by the total withdrawal of the public con-
fidence and patronage.
NONrCHALANCE.-We saw a fine fellow, yes-
terday, call for a gin and bitters,' when the bar
keeper told him to pay up his old score first.-
Why, Mike,' said the fellow, if I owe you any
thing I'll drink it out with you!'


state paper, exhibiting a warm solicitude for the
interests of the Territory, and an energy in draw-
ing from the gloomy picture of our late financial/
condition a brighter prospect for the future. Tlt
Message, although comparatively brief, is qP et
too lengthy tor our columns, and would, iflub.-
lished entire in our seven-by-nine, crowd ut all ;
other matter. We must therefore only 1, before, :i
our readers such parts as we deem mo/ interes-, i
ting.
The Banks, the Tallahassee fundN the Treasu- ,
ry, the School Lands, the Militia/ystem, and the E
Election of Territorial Officers,/re all freely spo-
ken of, and each are handled/in a style that de- (
notes they are well considerd.IV
The condition of the Aanks occupy a large t
'part of the Message. N*ther of them during the t
last year have improve ; the Southern Life and i
Trust and the Bank (W Pensacola will not again
renew their banking operations ; but the certifi- E
cates of the latteY institution' guaranteed by the :
" Territory, have/iearly all been returned to the i
Executive ano/cancelled; thereby relieving the N
Territory frcyn/ all liabilities on her account.
Not so, Xowever, with the Union Bank. She 1
is still delinquent on account of interest due to 1
the holdoers of the Bonds of the Territory. There t
is nos due $340,350 of interest, and the aid of I
theLegislature is invoked, in exercising such ]
ouhority as it may possess, to compel the Bank r
,to pay this, as well as such as may become due
hereafter. t
The delinquency of the Bank cannot be attrii 2
buted to the fault of the Piresident and Directors.
There is now due this institution $216,000 inte-
rest on mortgages) and as much more on accom-
modation paper, none of which can be collected.
(The mortgages, in many instances, having yet
twenty years to run.) The debtors still continue E
to enjoy the loan, without paying the interest,
and at the same time have entire possession and {,
use of the property so mortgaged to the Bank. t
The Governor thinks there can be no doubt that
the Bank has full power to collect both principal t
and interest, and if there is any, that it should be
forthwith removed by the action of the Legisla-
tive Council. The necessity for some such action
is strongly urged in the following paragraph:
So large an amount of capital having been ,
withdrawn from the Bank, as a permanent loan ,
by the Stockholders, unless the interest is punct-
ually paid, the Bank must be unable to pay the ,
interest due the bond-holders. And if this in'e-'
bility shall continue, until the expiration of the
charter, the responsibility of the Territory as-
sumed for the Batik, will be increased more than
100 per cent, while the property mortgaged to the ,
Bank, as an indemnity to the Territory, will
probably not more than pay the principal debt, t
being upwards of $3,000,000, accumulated by in-
terest unpaid, to the manifest injury of the Ter-
ritory and injustice to the bond-holders. I most
earnestly invite the attention of the Legislative ,
Council, to this highly important and interesting
subject, and fervently hope that an adequate
remedy may be found to avert these anticipated '
evils.
The time has arrived when we can no longer
be-passive spectators of a scene, in which the in-
terest, the honor and the good faith of the Ter-
ritory are placed in jeopardy. The crisis de-
mands prompt and immediate'action. Our re-
sponsibilities are increasing in a ratio, with the
accumulation of interest on the bonds, and the
longer we delay, the greater will be the amount
of that responsibility. The interest due from the
stockholders to the bank must be paid. And the
interest due from the Bank to the bond-holders,
must in like manner be paid. The punctuality
of the first party will create an ability in the
second party to discharge its obligations; but un-
til some efficient measures are adopted, for this
purpose, many of the stockholders reposing in
the imaginary security they enjoy, in the want of
power on the, part of the Bank to enforce col-
lections, will not, it is apprehended,, make the
necessary exertion to pay the interest now due, or
that which witl hereafter accumulate. ,
I am gratified in being enabled to inform the
Legislative Council, that during the past year,
the Bank has made arrangements with some of
the holders, by which a considerable amount of
the bonds of the Territory have already .been
taken up ; and it is expected that others will be
retired in a short time, and returned to the :Exeec-
utive to be cancelled. Having ceased to exercise
its banking privileges, and all the energies of its
offers being devoted to the collection of its debts
and the payment of its liabilities, the Bank pre-
sents strong claims to our aid and support, and
the hope is indulged, that under its present eco-
nomical and judicious management, its operations
may be so conducted, as to discharge all its obli-
gations and relieve the Territory from its respon-
sibility."


The appropriation of $50,000 made by the Ter.
ritorial Legislature in 1839, for the defence of the
frontier, for which the Union Bank now holds the
Bonds of the Territory, having been only in part
paid by the Government of the United States, it
is recommended that the Council pass a resolution
instructing our Delegate in Congress, to urge this
claim before the proper Department, and if we
fail in procuring a proper reimbursement for this
sum, it will be proper that the Legislative Coun-
cil make an appropriation to satisfy the Bonds
held by the Bank. There are still unpaid nine-
teen of these Bonds of $1000 each.
The Commissioners of the Tallahassee Fund,
have been obliged to make a contract on credit
for the further completion of the Capitol, in con-
sequence of the failure of Congress to make the
expected appropriation. The contract is spoken
, of as a favorable one, and will tend to the perma-
nent completion of the building.
The Treasury is next spoken of, and a revision
; of the tax law and an increase in the rate of the
t land tax strongly recommended. The amount
r received into the Treasury for the last year was
I only $7,180,33, and the balance remaining unex-
p pended $570,31; of all this sum received, only
' $181,18 have been derived from the land tax, and


COMMERCIAL ADVE RAISER.

,"W.. E
APALACHIOOLA, IMONDAY, JTAJN. 22,11844.
4,VE lE SAN S PEUR."

In{ In a et'r column will be found the cor-
'rect Mi es of the Proceedings of Council.

...Mr. HACKrcTT gave another of his excellent
'ntertainments on Friday evening last> and sails to-
// ibrro.w.for New Orleans, in-he Seminole.
REDUCTION OF POSTAGE.
S"Wepublish in another column, a petition to

Scongress, asking a .reduction in the present high
i rates of postage. It is a subject in which all are
deeply 'interested,:and we hope such petitions will
e bewidely circulated and presented to the assem-
bled, wisdom of the nation," till a reduction is
made, such as shall meet the just expectations of
4he' people. Nothing in our National Legislature
',Iias been more oppressively unjust than this long
continuedd tax. It is oppressive, because it is
-very expensive--unjust, because it is unequal;
"and this inequality arises from the fact that those
who impose this tax on others, are, themselves,
-,exempt from its burthens. This question, so
'often brought to the notice of Congress by pe-
'titions and the press, the representatives seem
'unwilling to listen with that attention which is
"due to their constituents. 'Why permit other na-
tions to' derive the great benefit of an almost free
.communication by mail, among their people, so
much in advance of this Republic ? England has
.,tried it and found it to work well in practice. So/
has despotic Russia. Still we pause, and inquire
whether the present system can undergo a chwfge
for the better. Why should our governmentem-
porise in a matter so essentially importantY They
certaifily in this, occupy a position behind the
age. We are glad to see that the Apalachicola
Chamber of Commerce" are mdving6y the selec-
tion of a committee, to memoripise Congress.
Every City and town in the country should unite
.and urge its importance, until the object sought
,i accomplished.
At a meeting of the Apalachicola Chamber of
'Commerce, the followingrresolution was adopted :
Resolved, That a committee of three be ap-
-pointed to obtain signatures to the petition laid
before the Chamber and that the President trans-
mit a copy each to C. Bolton, Chairman of the
New York Committee of 21, and to the Honora-
ble David Levy, Delegate at Washington, request-
ing him to lay the same before Congress.
(j The "River God" has again risen in his
rnight.,The up-country has been deluged with
rain, and the waters of tne Chattahoochee are
within a few inches of the higth they attained
inr the 'memorable freshet of '41. The greater
number of our Steamers are above the bridges,
unable, to pass under them. The Tallahassee,
.just arrived, reports no material loss of property.
*Some few bales of Cotton, and two or three small
houses which were near the margin of the river,
,have been carried away.
We received no mail yesterday from beyond
Chattahoochee, owing to cause above, and this
will account for the meager quantity of commer-
rial news i 4|' paper.
'A NEw S 'raPROPOSED.-A bill has been
introduced in the Legislature of Tennessee,"now
in session, for the establishment of a new State
'out of the territory of East Tennessee. The

counties proposed to be ceded, in order to form
the new.State, to be named "Frankland," are
twenty-six in number. It is proposed also in the
,bill that to the new State may be added such
.portions of the States of North Carolina, Virginia
*and Georgia, as may be ceded for the purpose.
PRINTERS GoING Down.--The Chilicothe
Advertiser says :
__ The following officers of the Legislature of
Ohio are all practical printers : John M. Gallaher,
Speaker of the House; Charles Borland, Clerk of
the lower House; D. Robertson, Clerk of the
iSenaate."
What a falling off' is here! and what are we
coming to ? The above strikes us with astonish-
ment, and we cannot believe it until we have the
proof.' What[ tell us that a JouRNEY PlRIN-
-rER--a professor of the art preservative of all
arts,"-a disciple of Doctor _Faust--would. con.
descend to accept such an office as Speaker of
the House," or a vulgar Clerkship of either body !


No-," Tell it not in Gath!" If these fellows
have thus brought down the respectability of our
business and the dignity of the craft, we hope
they will be marked' by every Jour' as worse
.. I than rags. They should have their head lines,
battered,' their foot sticks' knocked from under
them, and their 'forms' well plained down.'-
Every printer should take after them with a
sharp ,stick' and 'chase' them, even to the
sdevil,'-give them a dose of 'lead' and 'rule
them' out.' We will not sit tamelygby and see
our craft thus imposed' upon, and if any more
cases* of this 'sort' occur, we move a general,
meeting of the Typos be called to take the mat-
ter' in hand, and express their impression' in
regard to the trade being undermined in this
foul' manner. Nothiag could 'justify' them in
forsaking their own legitimate avocation and oc-
cupying such places, unless the Ipress' of hard
times were upon them, and they were near the
9 margin' of starvation. If they had been a long
time without a Ibank' issue and had no quoins'
to 'space outI with, why, it would be some ex-
tenuation, and we could find it in our hearts tc
,change the .ensure' of our language and make
.p" with the aggressors; but until we hear thai
,such were the circumstances, we shall consider
them entitled to- the points' and the jeers of all
the followers of Franklin, and shall hold them up
for all hands to job' at until they are f overrun
with shame, and give ,proof' that they llyi
f (revised' and I corrected' their errors,'


this from the collector of one county only. No-
thing has been received from the other counties,











PORT QF APALACHICOLA.... Jan. 22d.
CLEARED.
Ship Nile, Kenney, for Boston, by D B Wood
& Co.
Ship Charlemagne, Packard, for New York by
W A Wood.
Barque John Brower, Sutton, for Providence by
TL Mitchel.
, Barque Gilbert, Given, for N Orleans by H D
Darden.
Brig Lawrence Copeland, Baker, for N Orleans,
by H D Darden.
Schr Mary Wilkes, Galt, for Fall River by W
T Wood.
Schr Seminole, Taylor, for N Orleans by H D
Darden.
Schr C H Hooper, Hamlin, for Baltimore by T
LMitchel.
Schr Cape Cod, McKisson, for Havana.
Schr Lion, Clift, for New Orleans.
Schr Olive Branch, Wilson, for Port Leon.
Schr Select, West, for Port Leon.
ARRIVED.
Ship Gardiner, Patten, fm Point Petre to master.
Brig Mary, Richason, 12 days fm New York, to
McKay & Hartshorne.
Brig Wm L Jones, Tyler, fm N York to Harper
& Holmes.
Schr Foam, Rowland, 4 days fm N Orleans.
Schr Select, West, 8 days fmin N Orleans.
Schr Elizabeth Caroline, Wilson, fm St. Marks.
Schr Rodney, Evans, fm Havana to B G Ropes.
Schr Excelsior, Woodbury, fm Charleston to
Nourse & Stone.
Schr Boston, Bradley, 5 dys fm New Orleans to
J Day & Co.
Schr. Floridian, Brown, fm N Orleans to B El-
lison & Co.
Schr Textor, Smith, fm New Orleans to B El-.
lison & Co.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Jan. 22.-Sloops and lighters not included.
SHIPS.
Andrew Scott, Emory, 318 tons, for N York, load-
ing-Benj. Salter.
Courtenay, (Br.) Turner, 608 tons, for Liverpool,
waiting-W A & P C Kain.
Floridian,,Pratt, 400 tons, for N York, loading-
Nourse & Stone.
Gardenier, Patten, 346 tons, waiting-Master.
George Skolfield, Skolfield, 414 tons, loading for
Liverpool-Harper & Holmes.
Liverpool, Coffin, 428 tons, waiting-- Day & Co..
Lyons, Ryan. 437 tons, waiting-J Day & Co.
Mary & Susan, Weeks, 392 tons, waiting-D B
Wood& Co.
Medemseh, Chase, 576 tons, for N Orleans, load-
ing-H D Darden.
Nile, Kenney, ready for sea-D B Wood & Co.
Ocean. Wiflard, 566 tons,* waiting-Master.
Robt. Parker, Dwight, 599 tons, for New Orleans,
loading-D B Wood & Co.
Tallahassee, Hadley, 489 tons, waiting-J Day.
'Troy, Hills, 525 tons, waiting-I M Wright.
BARQUES.
Br. Robert Watt, Johnson, 491 tons, for Liverpool,
waiting-J Day & Co.
Condor, Wise, 236 tons, for New York, loading-
E C Scranton.
Gentleman.-*orr i. -.-- +m; -Yr WY *load
ing-B G Ropes.
Gilbert, Given, 289 tons, for N Orleans, ready for
sea-H D Darden.
Gleanor, Stevens, 288 tons, for New York, ready
for sea-Chas Rogers.
Noble, Brown, 273 tons, for Boston, loading-.
D B Wood & Co.
BRIGS.
Cynosure, MTacloon, 230 tons, waiting-B Ellison.
Florida, Crocker, 209 tons, fm N York, discharg-
hig-McKay &- Hartshorne.
Mary, Richardson, 193 tons, for New York, load-
ing-M-cKay & Hartshorne.
Wm L Jones, Tyler, fm N York, discharging-
Harper & Holmes.
SCHOONERS.
Boston, Bradley, -, fm N Orleans, discharging---
J Day & Co,
SC 1 Hooper, Hamlin, 91 tons, ready for sea-T L
Mitchel
SExcelsior, Woodbury, 86 tons, fm Charleston, dis-
charging-Nourse & Stone.
SFloridian, Brown, 86 tons, fm N Orleans, discharg-
ing--B Ellison & Co.
Foam, Rowland, 99 tons, for New Orleans, load-
ing-Master.
Rodney, Evans, 56 tons, fm Havana, discharg-
ing-B G Ropes.
Mary Willies, Galt, for Fall River, ready for sea-
WT Wood.
Seminole, Taylor, 95 tons, for N Orleans, ready
for sea--I D Darden.
Textor, Smith, 80 tons, fm N Orleans, discharg-
ing-B Ellison & Co.


S FOR LIVERPOOL-The fatt-diling
Br. ship COURTENAY, George Tpr-
ner, master, will meet with' despatch.
Por freight apply to
dec25 W. A. & P. C. KAIN.


FOR LIVERPOOL.-1-British' barque
3ROBERT WATTs, Johnson. masiei, .is
eev now discharging, and- will be ready to
receive freight in a few days, for which apply t
decll J. DAY & Co.


Ready Made Clothing!

^ TV MILLER &. CO., 45 Wa-
& 1 Mter street, have ju streceiv-
i ed per late arrivals, a general as-
sortment of NEW and FASH-
r IONABLE READY MADE
CLOTHING, consisting of Over
iCoats-Sacks--Surtouts--Pants--
SVests, &c., &c., as follows:
Cloth, Beaver,, Flushing, and
Satinet Over Coats;
Plain black, blue,'* brown and invisible green
Frock and Dress Coats;
Cloth, cassimere and flushing Sack Coats;
Cloth, cassimere and sattinet Pants of different
colors and patterns;
Plain and figured silk, sati,, valenciaandcassi-
mere vests; -
White muslin and linen Shirts;' .
Colored do do do
Red and white flannel Shirts- and Draws,
Striped shirts; Negro Pants-
Dungree Frocks and Trowses;
Socks and Mittens; Boots and Shoes!
Hats, Caps, &c., &c., for saleat New York
Prices. jan22


FOR NEW YORK-The Packet brig
MARY, Richardson, master, having two
thirds of her cargo engaged and going on
board "vill have despatch. For balance of freight
or passage, apply to the master or to :
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,-.
jan22 40, Water street.-


M ACKEREL, CODFISHr &c., &o.
10 bbls No. 3, Mackerel;
25 hf do No. 2, do.
32 do No. 1, -do.
20 qr do No. 1, do.
15 kits No. 1, do.
15 do No. 1, Salmnon;
50 boxes Codfish;
10 hf bbis No. 1, Mess Shad;
1 case Sardines;
1 do Pickeled Lobsters;
For sale low by
r DODGE & GARDNER,
jan22 40 Water street.


B ELLISON & Co., 33 Water street, offer
for sale a large stock of miscellaneous goods,
Which they are prepared to sell at reduceed prices,
for cash, among which are the following:-
Groceries'of all descriptioris,
20,000 choice Havana Segars,
Paints, Oil, &c.,
Crockery, Glassware, e.-
Scales and Weights, Iron Hollow Ware,
Astrial Lamps,
Hoes, Shovels, Spades and Ploughs,
.. i Kiives and Porks and Pocket Cutlery,
Ivory Setts, 51 pieces,
Collins' Axes, And Irons, Shovel arid Tongs,
Baggging and Bale Rope,
Twines and Shoe Thread,
Cotton Leading Lines,
Painted Buckets, Tubs and Measures,
Cradles and Wagons,
Mats and Brooms,
1000 pairs prime Russet's Brogans,
1000 Thick "
Ladies' fine Slippers, Ladies' common do,
An assortment of Womens' Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Wool Sporting Hats,
Saddles and Bridles,
Saddle-bags and Girths,
200 pieces Prints,
Osnaburgs and Sheetings,
100 Mousline de Laine Dresses#
Blankets and Flannels,
Britannia Ware, Lard.Lamps,
Castors and Hash Dishes,
Nurse Lamps, Dinner Bells, Coffee Mills,
Wrapping and Writing Paper,
Soaps and. Shaving Cream,
Tin Ware, Japanned, &c,
Looking Glasses,
Stationery articles in general,
Cocoa Dippers and brass bound Pails,
Brushes of all descriptions.
Besides the above, our assortment is'composed
of a great variety of desirable articles too numer-
ous to mention. Purchasers are invited to call
and examine our Goods and prices before buy-
ing. jan22


ADVANCES ON COTTON.-Liberal advan-
L. ces on Cotton for sale, or shipment to New
York, Boston or Liverpool, are offered by
NOURSE & STONE,
jan8 46 Water st.


OTTON SEED-500 bushels Petit Gulf Cot-
ton seed, just received, for sale by
jan23 J DAY & CO., 52 Water st.


OTICE.-=Six weeks',r date, I shall apply
to the Honortable Judge ob the County Cour
of Franklin conti'y for letters of adftfinistration
on the estate of MARY A. SCOTT, ate of said
county, deceased E. J' WOOD.
Apalachicola, Jan. 17th, 1844. jan22 6w


OTICE.-All persons having claims against
S Thomas Williams, late of Jackson county,
deceased, are required to present the same duly
authenticated within the time prescribed by law
or this notice will be plead in bar of their re-
covery. All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate settlement.
THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator.
Marianna, Jan. 19th, 1844. jan22 6m


Apalaclhicola Prices Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY.
ARTICLES. PSICSS.
BA.rING-Kentucky .......peryd. .. 16 a 18-IS
India............ .. 18'a 20
Dundee......... 17 a S1
BALE ROPE--minlla ........per lb. .... a 9
o Kentucky..... .. 74 a .. 8
BAcox-Sides............. .. 4 a .. 4
Shoulders ......... .. .. a 3
Hfams............. .. 6 a .. 8
BrTTrR-Go-shen........... .. 14 a 18
COFFEE-Cuba............. .. 6- a .. 8
Rio.............. .. 74 a .. 8%
.Java-............. .. 13a 14'
CANorDLES-Sperm........... .. 35 a. 37
CHEESE................ .. .. a 7


.... 70 a .. 75
... .. a 5 50
.. a 5 25
6 00 a 7 00
.. 5 a .. 5&


Fire Insurance Agency.
THE "NEW YORK EQUITABLE INSUR-
L ANCE CO." with a capital of $300,000 have
appointed the undersigned, their Agent, to make
Insurance in the City of Apalachicola and its vi-
cinity, on Cotton in Warehouse ,, ofp Presses,
or on the Wharf, and every o -." descriptionn of
merchandise. Also, on Warehlouegs, Dwellings,
and other buildings, Household Furniture,.&c.,
against loss or damage by Fire. Losses promptly
adjusted and paid. Applications will receiveim-
mediate attention at the Office of the Agency;
over D. G. Raney's store, Water street.
HENRY JACKSON, Agent.-
Apalachicola, Jan. 1st,.1844. j15 lm


. -. .. .-2
none.
7a.. 8
.a.. 6
. a15 00
.. a 11 00
.a 8 00
26 a .. 28
. a .. 5k
. a ..10
.. a .. 62M
.. a 1 25
12 a I 25
.a 2 75
a a 50
.. a 2 25
.a 600
.. a 9 00
.a 9 00
.. a 10 00
none
..a 1 50
6Q a .. 74
8 a .. 9
.. a .. 9t
13 a .. 14
14 a .. 15
14 a .. 15
50 a 1 75
50 a .. 55
5 a 6
a 1 75
..a 2 00
.. a .. 25
25 a .. 26


U. S* marshal Sale.
Y virtue of a writ of mortgage fi. fa., issued
from the Superior Court for Franklin county,
to me directed in favor of Robbins & Branch,
trustees, vs. John W. Rinaldi, I have levied on
the following property being in the City of Apa-
achicola, and known and designated on a map of
said city as lots Nos. (4) four, and (17) seventeen
in block F., front range, together with all- and
singular, the improvements, buildings andappur-
tenances thereon and theretabelonging, and shall
expose for sale at pubic outcry before the Court
House door, in the City of Apalachicola, at 11
o'clock,,-a.-m., on the first Monday in March next
to the highest bidder for cash, all the right, title
and interest of Jno. W. Rinaldi,. in and to said
property to satisfy said fi. fa.
ROBERT MYERS, U. S; Marshal.
Apalachicola, Jan. 16th, 1844. jan22 1m


CORN. ...................per bush.
FLOUR--Canal............ per bbI.
New Orleans...... "
GUNPOWDER-FF............per keg
IRoN-Swedes, assorted.....per lb.
English, ... '
LARD..... "
LEAD...................... "
MACKEREL-No. 1........ "
No. 2........ "
No. 3 ......... <
MOLASSES-New Orleans...per gal.
NAILS-Cut, assorted....,...per lb.
Wrought ....... "
*OI,--Whale............... per gal.
Sperm................ "
Linseed.:........... "
PAINTs-Extra............per keg.
.White Lead, No 1. "
No 2. "
PPovisioNs-Beef, prime...per bbl.
mess .... "
Pork, prime... "
nmess.... "
clear.... "
POTATOES. .................. "
-SuGAR-New Orleans.....-per lb.
Porto Rico........
St. Croix... ...... "
Lump............ .
Loaf........
Crushed ........... "
.SA.T-Liverpool, ground.per sack.
Allum ............per bush.
,SoAP-Bar.................per lb.
ScOBT-Drop... ...........per bag.
Buck .... ..... o... "
TWINE-Bagging ...........per lb.
WHSKEY-,Rectified ......per gal.


OLLAND GIN.-2 pipes "Meder's Swan"
H Gin, with certificate of inspection.
Fqr sale by SAM'L M McKAY,
jan22 3t 40 Water street.


R ICE-40 casks Prime Rice, landing from schr
Excelsior, fmin Charleston, for sale by
jan22 J DAY & CO., 52 Water st.
LACKSHITH'S COAL.-70 casks Coal, just
received and for sale by
W A & P C KAIN,
! jan22 5 Columbus block.


U. S. 4 arshal Sale.
BY virtue of a mortgage fi. fa., issued from the
Superior Court of Franklin county to me di-_
rected in favor of the Bank of Pensacola against
E Chittenden, et al, I have levied on the follow-
inv property, being in the City of Apalachicola,
and known and designated on a plan of said'city
as' lots Nos. (1) one and (2) two, in block (14)
fourteen, together with all the buildings, improve-
ments and appurtenances thereon,; and thereto
belonging,-and- shal-expose the same' for sale at
public outcry before th.e Court House door in said
city, at 11 o'clock, a. : i, on the first day of the
next term of the Superior Court for Franklin
county, to the highest bidder for cash. Said pro-
perty to be sold subject to a claim held by Lewis
Curtis and George Griswold, or their assignees of
six hundred and fifty dollars with interest thereon
from the seventh day of March, 1837, till paid.
ROBERT MYERS, U.S. Marshal.
Apalachicola, Jan. 17th, 1844. jan22 Im


Marine and Fire Insurance.
T HE subscriber, duly appointed agent for the
1 Protection Insurance Company, of Hartford,
Conn., with full power to receive proposals and
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In-
land risks. The reputation of this company for
settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
dec25 52 Water stA.
Fire and Inland Insurance.-
HE subscriber, agent for the .2Etna Insurance
Company, of Hartford, Conn., is prepared to,
issue policies of Insurance against Fire and loss
or damage on rivers, on favorable terms. The
capital of the above company is large and inyeste4
in the safest possible manner, and its settlement'
of losses has always been prompt and liberal.t
Dec 25 DAN'L J. DAY; Agent.


MATRASSES.---Just received a large assort-
ment of Matrasses,. which will be sold low
for cash, by N MILLER,
jan22 45 Water st.


SEGARS.--30,000 first quality Havana Segars.
For sale by T L MITCHEL,
jan22 43 Water st.


M OUSELINE DE LAINES.-A fresh lot of
Mouseline de Laines, just received-.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
janl5 33 Water st.


W ESTERN PRODUCE.--100. bbls. Flour ;
80'bbls Whislrey;
38. do Pork.
Now landing before our store and' for sale low
for cash by FARRIOR & CO.,
jan22' 44 Water st.


CASH! AND A FAIR PR-ICE!-Paid for
Hides, Skinsrand Shipping Furs, by
S. DILL & CO.,
jan22 29 Water street.


-1 EADY MADE CLOTHING.-Just received
L% from New York, a large and general assort-
ment of Ready Made Clothing.
S B HAMILTON & CO.,
jan22 47 Water street.


U. S. Marshal Sale.
B Y virtue of a mortgage fi. fa., issued from the
Superior Court of Franklin county, to me di-
rected in favor of Lowell Holbrook, vs. John W.
Rinaldi, I have levied upon the following pro-
perty, to wit: all of two certain lots in the City
of Apalachicola, being parts of four lots in said
city,-known and described in the plan of said
city as 16ts, Nos. (3) three and. (4) four., front
range, Water strtiet, and&lbts-Nos. (17) seventeen
and (18) eighteen, in the rear of lots-three and
four,xespectively and fronting on Commerce street
in said city, all being in block F., front range,
being fifteen feet of lots Nos. four and seventeen
on the east side thereof, and seven and a half feet
of lots Nos. three and eighteen on the west side
thereof or contiguous to the fifteen feet in lots
four and seventeen, making altogether, twenty-
two and a half feet front on Water street and the
same on Commerce street in one body, part of
four lots in the plan of said city aforesaid, to-
gether with all and singular the improvements,
buildings and appurtenances thereto belonging,
as the property of the said Jno. W. Rinaldi, and
shall expose the same for sale at public outcry
before the Court House door in the city of Apala-
chicola, at 11 o'clock, a. m., on the first Monday
in March next, to the highest bidder for cash, to
satisfy said mortgage.
ROBERT MYERS, Marshal.
Apalachieola, Jan. 17th, 1844.. Jian,2 Im


T RUNKS.-Iron Bound, Leather and, Hair
Tunks, for sale low by
jan22 N MILLER, 45 Water st.


In Bankruptcy.
In the matter of Henry Hodges, a Bankrupt.
SALE ON MORTGAGE.
Richard Everard, 1
vs.
R. J. Moses,
Assignee of Henry Hodges.
O N the last Saturday in January, I will offer
for sale'in front of the Court louse door at
Apalachicola, Lot No. 45, in the Southern exten-
sion of the City of St. Joseph, together with the
improvements thereon, consisting of a wooden
House, containing four rooms, kitchen, &c., &c.
ALSO, one small wooden Store, situated on a
lot belonging to J. L. Smallwood. Sold by con-
sent of assignee, foreclosure waved.'
R. J. MOSES, Assignee.
Apalachicola, Jan. 17th, 1844. jan22 2t


BANK NOTE TABLE.
Al the Banks of South Carolina .. ........par.
Bank State of Georgia and Branches.........par.
Planters Bank, Savannah....................par.
Marine &'Fire Insurance Bank and Branches.par.
Central Rail Road Bank,..........5 per cent. dis.
Bank of Augusta............................ par.
Mechanics Bank, Augusta ................... par.
Augusta Insurance and Banking Co. Augusta par.
Geoga Rail Road & Banking Company, do..par.
Bank of Brunswick................ .........par.
Bank of Milledgeville............... ....... par.
*Comraercial Bank, Macon.................par.
Bank St. Marys, Columbus..................par.
PI'hoenix Bank, Columbus... ................par.
Ruckersville Banking Co., Ga. 22 per cent. dis.
'Ceftral Bank of Georgia,..... ... .3 per cent. dis.
Merchants' Bank of Macon ........ .... 5 pr c dis.
Ocmulgte Bank, Macon, Ga.... ... ..... .broke.
Monroe Rail Road and Banking Company. broke.
Bank of Darien and Branches.... ........broke.
Insurance Bank of Columbus............. broke.
Bank of Columbus ....................... broke.
Planters and Mechanics Bank, Columbus..broke.
Bank of lorida ............................ par.
All other Banks in Florida ................ broke.


OFFEE-A choice lot of Java Coffee, just
received and for sale by
B. ELLISON & Co.
jan8 33 water street.
W" HITE PINE.-15,000 ft clear White Pine
W lumber, landing fm ship Lyon, for sale by
jan22 J DAY & CO., 52 Water st.


A PPLES-30 bbis Russets.
10 do Pippins;
Just received per brig Mary from New York,
in prime order. For sale low by
S DILL & CO.,
jan22 29 Water street.


C OFFEE.-400 sack Cuba Coffee,'new crop.
For sale by T L MITCHEL,
jan22 43 Water st.


AGGING-100 pieces Neish Bagging, for sale
lowlto close consignment, by
FARRIOR & Co.
jan15 44 Water-street..


OR SALE.-S DILL & CO., No. 29 Water
street, have just received and offer for sale
Hay; Dried and Green Apples;
Potatoes; Dry God Fish;
Pickled Salmon ; White Beans;
Figs; Florida Peas ;
Tongues & Sounds, &c., &c. jan22


SPORTING HATS.-A fresh supply of Wool
Sporting Hats, just received and frsale by
B ELLISON'"& CO;, :,
janl5 33 Water st,


ALT IN STORE.-300 sacks for sale by
Jan8 J DAY & Co. 52 water st


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FOR LIVERPOOL---Ship- TALxAw
HASSEE, Hadly, master, will nmee wiltl
despatch. For freight apply to
dec11 J. DATY&'Co.
FOR PROVIDENCE.--The Barque-
JoHN BRowER, Sutton, master, will
have immediate despatch, For freight
or passage, apply to
jan1 THOSE. L. MITCHEL...


FOR N YORK-The brig FLORIDA,
SCrocker, master, having all her cargo
between decks engaged, will meet ith
espatch. For deck load or passage, apply -V
McKAY & HARTSHOC'NE,
janl5 40 Water street.


FOR NEW YORK-with despatch-
The packet ship FLORIDIAN W Pratt,
master, has most of her cargo engaged
F'or freight or passage, apply to
NOURSE & STONE,,
jan15 47 Wate'r street:


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HECKS ON NEW YORK-For sale at the
Agency of the Mechanics Bank.
E. C. SCRANTON, Agent.
Apalachicola, Dec 4, 1843. 6t
XCHANGE-Bought and sold, by
E WM. G. PORTER,
dec4 Agent Bank Brunswick.
A MERICAN GOLD.--For sale in sums to suit
ZL purchasers, by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
jan1 41 Water st.


FOR NEW YORK-The barque G .EA,-
N, R, Stevens, master, having most of
her cargo engaged,; will have despatchh'.
For balance of freight, apply to ,
janS CHARLES ROGERS
FOR NEW YORK--The fine coppered
ship AwDREw ScoTT, Emery, mastery,
has half her cargo engaged and going
on board. For balance of freight, apply t6
BENJAMIN SALTER,
jan8 50 water street.
FOR NEW YORI.--:Theine fast-
Ssailing dopperand"'copper-fastened ,'ihip
CHARLEM.AGNE, Packar,,master. For
freight or passage, apply to W. A. WOOD,
decll 23 Water st.


S FOR NEW ORLEA S.--The chr.
FOAM, Rowland; ma iter, will have irf-
mediate despatch. For freight orpp-
sage, apply to the captain on board, or to
B ELLISON & CO",
jan22 33 Water street.
FOR NEW ORLEANS,.-'The&'A:i.,
bark GILBERT, Givenmafster, -ha-ing
her entire cargo engaged, will have de-
patch as above. For passage apply to
HARPER & HOLMIES,
jan15 51 Water street.


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Marine Insurance Agency.
THE "ATLANTIC MUTUAL INSURANCE
SCO." of the City of New York, having duly
appointed the subscriber their Agent, the public
are respectfully informed,'that' he is prepared to
receive applications for Insurance against Rivef
risks, at his Office over D G 1Raney's' store.I ,
HENRY JACKSON, Agents'
Apalachicola, Jan.'1st, 1844. j15 1m


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GROCERIES.-Landing from Schr Bostor.
V 175 bbls Western Flour;:.
90 do Whiskey; 50' do Mofasses--;
16 hhds Sugar; 3 do Bacon Sides-;
10,000'Segars,, (choice qufity.)'
25 kgs Lard;; For sale by
DODGE. & GARDNER,
jan22 40 Water street,.


GROCERIES.-100 bbls Western Flour;
T f50 bbls Molasses.
50 do Whiskey, forsale by
W A WOOD,
janl5 23 Water st.


UGAR, MOLASSES, WHISKEY,-&e
Sugar-25 barrels:
Molasses-53 barrels.'
Whiskey-35 barrels:
Flour-50 barrels.
Cranberries-8 half barrel.
Lard-20 kegs.
Bacon-4 casks.
Just received per schr. Swallow, and for sale
low by DODGE & GARDNER,
jan8 40 wafer street.:
JUST RECEIVED per brig Caroline E. Platt:
20 half reams plain and ruled Letter paper;,
150 fine Linen Bosom Shirts, at all prices,-
10 3 col'd Cotton do do do
125 frilled striped do -do
75 Red Flannel do .do
2019 pair asst'd Cassimere and Sattinett Pants,
103 d Negro Pants and Jackets,
2 cases men's black and drab Sporting Hati,
1 case boys' fancy round drab Hats,
1 do men and boys' Cloth Caps,
Also, men's glazed, Fur and Velvet Caps:
500 pair men's Kip Brogans, at all prices, "
25 do gent's fine bl'k and cot'd Gaiter Boots;
25 do do do sewed Calf Boots.
GENT'S FINE STOCKS "
4 doz. latest style bl'k and cl'd Satin Stocks,
jan 15 2t for sale by F. KOPMAN.
-RICE-A few tierces for sale at Charleston in-
voice prices, to close consignment, by
ja" FARRItOR -& Co.
jan15 44 Water street.'


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GEORGE SKOLFIELD, Skolfield, mas
.a ter, having her entire cargo engaged will
meet with despatch. For passage apply.ta
HARPER & HOLMES,
janl5 51 Water st.


Fashionable Clothing.
= ) Daily expected per' brig R W
Brown, from New York, a large
and splendid assortment of FASH-
IONABLE WINTER & SPRING
] CLOTHING, consisting of fine,
Cloth Dress and Frock'Coats;
S Figured and plain Silk, Satin,
and Valencia Vests;
- Blue, black and colored, plain
mixed and ribbed Pantaloons.
Also, a general assortment of Boots and Slihoes,
Hats, Caps, &c., which will be sold low by
S B HAMILTON & CO.,e
jan22 47 Water street.


Alexandria )Lottery.
CLASS No 3.
To be drawn at 1lexandria, D. C., Jan. 20,1843.
SEVENTY-FIVE NUMBER LOTTERY.
FOURTEEN DRAWN, BALLOTS.
Scheme.
1 PRIZE OF.... 4, i,000....IS....$40,000
1............ 12,000...........12,000
1............... 6,000........... 6,000
1 ...... 5,000........... 5,000
1 .............. 3,500 ............ 3,500
1. .. .... 2 500 .......... 2,500
1 ...............2,000........... 2,000
11 .............. 1,969 ... ...... 1,969
1 ............... 1,600 .. .......1,600.
01 ....... 1,500..... .... 1,500
2.... ....... ... .1,250.......... .. 1,250
2............... .1,200........... 1,300
20 Prizes of........ 1,000.... are.... 20,000
20.6.... ..... 1 ..... 500. ......... 10,000
20.....6 ...... .400. ....... 8,000
40 ................300, ........ .,12,000
250............... .1500..........37,500
64 ........ ... ........ ,. .... ,400
64 .......... .... .'. ...........3,130

128 ... ....... . ... .. ....... 6,400
128... ...............40. ....... 5',120
128..................-30 ...........3,840
1.28. -. ............* 30. 3 .... 3840
128,...... .. .........24 .......... 3,200
5,056.... ... .. ........ 20.......... 101,120
28,224...... ..... .... ...10..........282,240

34,412 Prizes,......... amotnfing to $589,589

Tickets $10--shares in proportion.

For sale at the Agency of
J. G. GREGORY & CO, Managers,.,
27 Water-street.
SApalachicola, Jan. 2, 1844.
CHECKS !-Cheeks, on New York and New
Orleans for sale at the Agency of the Augusta
Insurance &, Banking Co.,
Also, Fire and Marine Insurance, by
jani AS. KELLOGG, Agent.


IMPORTS.
SNww-Yop.:--Per brig Mary^ 1 pkge mdze to
'M L Taylor;._5to T H & C H Austmin; 143 to E P
Butts; 231 to Kimbrough& Ridgway; 10 to Capt.
,Qrocker; 117 to Harpe r & Imes; 103 to Moore
& McKenzie; 15 to P Hobt; 169 to Lockhart &
Young- 40 to M Odell; 2tK1 B Ellison & Co,; 2 to
+ S M _ieIay; 2 to J Da /& Co.; 496 to McKay &
Harishorne; 2 to Green & Connery; 80 to Wm H
:tark; 7 to Hill, Daws6n & Co,.; 318 toC S Rus-
sell; 1 box.to Comeircial Advertiser Office.
'NEW. .OREANS.-. r. schr Foam-41 bbla molas-
s 52 do Whisky, 75 do Flour to Kimbrough &
SKidgway; 379 pkts mdze to D McNab; 137 to
J A D Harris. .
Per schr Floridian-52 bbls whiskey 49 do .mo,
lasses, 11 cilks bacon to 1imbkough & Ridgway;
80 bbis flour, 5 hhds sugar, 1 cotton press screw
eand plate to T L Mitcbel; 5 bales bagging, 1 'an-
chor to KB Wood & Co; 91 scks coffee to H D
Darden 38 bbIs sugar, 58 do flour, 40 do whiskey
30 do molasses, 40 sacks coffee, 3 csks bacon, 3 do
cheese to McKay & Hartshorne ; 5pkgs mdze to
SHill, Dawson & Co.; 124 do to F E Greenwood;
10 do S Crosby; 48 do to' order.
1: Per schr Textor-145 pkgs mdze to W H Rogers
17 hhds sugar to J Day & Co.; 338 pkgs to Capt.
Smith; 150f do-to order. ..
Per schr Boston-16 hhds sugar, 50 bbls molas-
ses, 86 do, whiskey, 175 do flour, 9 csks bacon, 15
Kgs lard, 10 reels packing yarn to Dodge & Gar-
dener; 211 pkgs mdze to Green & Connery; 164
do to Moss & Booher. ,
HkVA.NA--Per schr Rodney-100 sks coffee, 153
do inolasses., 2 cases sweetmeats, 1 do segars to
Ropes & Goddard; 2 cases sweetmeats, 4 m segars
-;o Whitmarsh, & Richardson; 2 cases segars to
Perry &. Dickinson 5 m segars and fruit to Capt.
Evans; 10 do to order..
CHARLESTON.-Per schr Excelsior-72 hhds coal
to W A & P"C Kain; 27 cks rice to J Day & Co;
2 cks mdze to, Green & Connery; 30 cks rice, 10
pkgs and 1 bbl to order.
EXPORTS. *
BosTOn---Per ship Nile-919 bales cotton.
NEW YORK-.Per shlip Charlemagne-1185 bales.
PROVIDE-qCE-Per barque John Brower--902 bls.
NEW QRLE.ANs--Per brig Lawrence Copeland-
508.bales, cotton.
Per barqu'e Gilbert-811 bales cotton.
'Per sehr Lion-217 bales.
Per s6fihr Semirroyle-200 bales.
BALTIMORE-Per schr CH H ooper-126 bales.
HAvANA-Per schr Cape Cod-325 barrels.
FAuL RivnR--Per schr Mary Wilkes-213 bales
S RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per schr Elizabeth Caroline fm St. Marks-116
bales cotton to Nourse & Stone.
Per steamer Columbus-300 bales cotton to Chas
Rogers; 196 to Harper & Holmes; 71 'to T IH &
C H Austin ; 14 to T W Edwards.
Per steamer Gen'l. Sumpter.-603 bales cotton
to Kimbrough & Ridgway; 93 to Nourse & Stone;
103 toW A & PC Kain; 41 to Mr. Paramore;
1 to DB Wood & Co.
Per steamer Siren-30 bales cotton to Lockhart
& Young; 6 to DG Raney; 6 to B S Hawley; 10
to Farrior & Co.; 2 bxs tobacco to W G Porter &
Co.; 1 bale hides to Avery & Jones.
Per steamer Louisa-250 bales cotton to W A &
P 0 Kain; 162 to Kimbrough & Ridgw'ay-; .1 to
W G Porter & Co.; 7 to J Day & Co.; 36 to Mc-
Kay & Hartshorne; 10 do and 2 boxs tobacco to
Lockhart & Yotung,
Per steamer Jas Y Smit--86 bales cotton to
Pery &Dikin-3ii'*00 to Lo-oohnimat&- ISTrc',q*-:iy
PA steamer Siren-60 bales of cotton to W G
Porter & Co.; 13 to DG Raney; 8 to B S Hawley;
9 to Tillinghast, Stark & Co.; 5 to N Baker.
Per steamer Tallahassee-101 bhles cotton to E
L Jeanrenaud; 64 to McKay (V Hartshorne ; 20 to
W G Porter & Co. ; 123 to Lockhart & Young;
15 to J Day & Co. r
Per steamer Apalachicola-114 bales cotton to
McKay & Hartshorne, 43 to Preston & Maclay,
111 to WVA & P C Kain, 32 to J L Hewit.





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S Jackson Superior Court.
Rebecca Stevens, )
S vs. Bill for Divorce.
Cutting G. Stevens.
TpHE defendant will take notice that on the
.third Monday in November next, the plaintiff
will proceed to take the depositions of James H.
Parker and Walter J. Robinson, Ellis Davis, and
Eliza Davis. The deposions of James H. Parker
and Walter J. Robinson will be taken at the
Court House in Marianna; those of Ellis Davis
and Eliza Davis at the house of Stephen J. Roche
ip Washington county. The defendant may at-
tend and cross-examine said witnesses ifb he sees
fit to do so. A. H. BUSH, Pl'ff's Atty.
Marianna, Oct. 5, 1843. o14-4m
Franklin Superior Court.
Louisa W. Sprowl, IN CHANCERY,
vs.
Crawford Sprowl. Bill for Divorce.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
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
first Monday in December next, to shew cause, it
any there be, why the divorce as prayed for if
the Bill, should not be granted.
SAM'L W. CARMACK,
Judge of the Apalachicola District.
Apalachicola, June 2, 1843. je 14 3m

UTTER-50 firkins Goshen Butter, just re
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janS bM. A. MYERS, -28 water st.


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Warehouse Chargesi-adoptted by
the Cotton Presses.
OTTON for swrage will be received at the
yard, and if conipressed within -one month
no charge will be mide for storage, but 4 centl-`
per bale will be charg lor labor, tiering&c. .jIf
not coihpressedV within me month, 20 cents -per
bale will be charged fil storage, andt@cets'per
week thereafter. Time imputedd froni. dafof "
receipt until delivered to I 'hter or vessel Cot-
ton changing hands will in A1 cases le hiable to
hnew storage from date of ordeiNtncisive Turn-
ing out for saim,-ling or weiii d a re-dtorine
same, 8 cents per bale. Vantage' fobe assessed.
by the press when the cotton comft fn And" the^
amount assessed endorsed on the facf the. re-
ceipt.
All cottons are required to, have six ood anbd
sufficient ropes. Grass; tow, bark or cot1u ropes'
will be considered Unmehhalntable and derfjent.
All deficient ropes willbe charged at the, rav of
12, cents per rope, and all bagging at the ratt of
25 cents per yard.: : ,
A. DOWNER,.d1gent n,;
for-the Screw Press.
C. WILSON, Hydraoilic Press ,
:' /H. G.GUYON, : : ;
Florida Lever Press.
Apalachicola, Dec. .1st, 1843., .. d7 tf,


/LEGAL NOTICES.

Receiver's Sale.
Benjamin F. Nourse, adminis-')
trator, (de bonis non,) of es-
,tate of 0 C Raymond, dec'd
complainant. IN CHANCERY
. vs.
Abraham K Allison, surviving
partner, Barker, et al. J
N pursuance of a decretal order, made in the
,'abov6 named cause, December 7th, 1843, by the
IHIonorable Judge of the Superior Court in and for
"Franklin County, sitting as a Court of Equity, and
'by virtue of the powers thereby vested in me, I
,shall on Saturday the second day of March next,
proceed to sell at. Public Auction to the highest
bidder, the following described property to wit:
Lot No. (5) five, in block D 1., situated on
Water street, in the City of Apalachicola, thirty
feet front by- eighty feet deep, having thereon a
brick store of three stories.
Also, Lot .No. (13) thirteen, in block D 1., situa-
ted on Commerce street in said city, thirty feet
front by eighty deep, havirig thereon a brick build-
ing of one story, known as the "Phomnix Hpuse."
SThe title to be conveyed by this sale being all
the right, title and interest of 0 C Raymond, late
of said county, and A K Allison, in and to said
.property.-
Terms :-One-fourth cash, and the remainder in
:,ix twelve and eighteen months, with good joint
a several notes for security, satisfactory to the
R'eceiver, and no title to be given until said notes
shallbe all paid.
BENJ. E. NOURSE, Receiver.
-M. A. MYERS, Auctioneer.
Apalachicola, Jan. 1st, 1844. jyl 3 m
In Jackson Superior Court.
.James Boon,
S ,;vs. BILL FOR DIVORCE.
Piety Boon.
IN this case it is ordered, that unless the said
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
S'mnatters therein contained decreed accordingly.
BENJ. G. ALDERMAN, Clerk.
YONGE & TAYLOR, Compt's Sol's.
Mariannia, Dec. 7, 1843. decll lw3m
Franklin Superior Court.
William Lawrence, Compl't, Bill for Divorce.
vs. December Term,
Elizabeth Lawrence, Deft. 1843,
AME the complainant by counsel, and it ap-
pearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant resides beyondthe 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 three calendar month from the
date hereof, 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.
Franklin Superior Court.
Maria Fredericks, ) IN EQUITY.
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Daniel M. A. Buschendorf.
O N reading the foregoing petition, and it ap-
0pearing 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, ascharged in the petition, on the second
Mondaycof-March, 1844, at Apalachicola, in the
County of Franklin, and that this order be pub
lished in one of the public newspapers in tbiis
Territory, for the space of three months before
the time aforesaid.
S. W. CARMACK,
Judge Apalachicola District.
HAWKINS, Solicitor.
Apalachicola, Nov. 27, 1843. 44-3m
Franklin Superior Court.
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List of Ltters,
REMAINING IN THE POST 'OFFICE.'
Apalachicola, Jan. 1st, 1844. ,
Persons enquiring for any of the following let-
ters will please say "they are advertised."
mrnold Justice Lang Calvin
Ushley Capt H Low Abram
.ngus Thos. Lines L J "
aker Capt SC McKinney W B
3eadle Henry Mars Wm
3aldwin Miss M H Miblions E
3ascomrn Capt Ely Mawey A
larrett Judah Millen BP P
:rooks H1C : McDermott MD
latcheldn Aug 2 Moore Thos, H
3arnumNS 2 McKageE J
r,:w\vn Capt D W. Manley 6
Briggs 0 E Nestor Wm
Bowden Ed Newton J
Brodie & Rowles Orr H S
'oker Drury Parsons Capt J
,owley Ed Parker R L
Cloud J B Page E W
Corley A J Patrick Wm 2
Churchill Capt H 3 Price John
Carter J F Rndy Peter
Carver Capt B Rodney Jas
Cushman C J 2 Ranny John
Chase Capt L B. Ross Wm
Campbell M Raymond Henry
Devanport Augustus Richardt Thos
Dunham SH Rowland Isaac B
Dawson M W Riley Miss Mary
Day N S Spinney Jas
Densmore W S Sellers A C
Digins W S Scott Milton
Davis George Smith Capt H 2
Everleigh Capt N W 2 Smith Levi
Floyd R Smith Rosa 2
Fitzgerald Ed Stinseen M
Ford John Sands S A
Fraser George Simmons Zekiel
Gould W B Stark W H
Guerhart Andre Taylor Chas
Gerherd Andrew Thornton R
Girt E A Titus J G
Gilmer J G Terry Thos A 2
Gray Jno D Terry H W 5
Gurley N Thompson W
Height G M Thomas G 0
Haley G M Ventris N C
Haley Capt W S Wordin C W
Hogue S S Wilcox Capt H
Henderson Jos Wilbar Capt R N
Hubbard Capt N Webster David
Hardin Maj J Wise Capt J L
Jackson Jno -Wheaton B B 3
Jenkins E B Wheaton R S
Joumans Ezekiel Wakely 0
Kirshbann R York Capt G H
Knouse W K Zakeey Wilhelm
Kennedy Thos G. F BALTZELL, P. M.
Phoenix House.
HE subscriber having refitted the above es
tablishment, is now prepared to accommc
ate his friends and the public in a manne
vhich will give satisfaction to all. His table
y;; 1- ...Ippil-edp with every delicacy the mark(
;t.:.ri^, arid I i^W~v.^k .;* tetio-irt"^i -be etevote
o the comfort of his guests.
Attached to the establishment are two superno
BOWLING ALLEYS, and constant attention !
iven to those who indulge in this manual exet
ise.
OYSTERS, and every other delicacy whic
ay be wanted for refreshment, can be had at an
lour.
Arrangements have been made so that perm;
nent and transient BOARDERS can be as we
accommodated as at any other house in the cit
md the prices are in keeping with the times.
TERMS:
Board and Lodging, per week,........ $7 00
Board,per week,.................... .. 5 00
Board, per day, ...................... ... 1 00
Single m eal, ........... ..... .... ..... 50
odgi'ng, ........ .................. ..
Nov. 20 41 tf W. 11. KELTON
Apalachicola Exchange.
IHHE PUBLIC are respectfully informed th
Sthe above Establishment has been entirely r
fitted, and is now open for the reception of pE
manent and trancient boarders,and the subscribe
hopes by strict attention to. the business of f
house to be second to none in rendering his gue
comfortable.
Oysters, Game, &c. served up at all hours, a
in the best style. The Bar attached to the tiou
as usual, is stocked with the best Wines and ]
quors. Grateful for the liberal patronage here
fore received, he hopes that his friends and
public will continue to .sustain him.
HEZ SMITH
Apalachieola, Dec, 18th, 1843. decl8 tf


United States of America.
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA-DISTRICT OF
APALACHICOLA.
The President of the United States:
To the'fMarshal of the 1palachicola District,
Greeting:
W HEREAS, Samuel Alsardi has exhibited
W Libel in the United States District Court
sitting as a Court of Admiralty, alleging, and
propounding.---=That he is entitled to, compensa-
tion for salvage in saving the schooner William
R. Daffin, lately driven ashore in a gale of wind,
in the harbor of St. Joseph.....
We .command you that you attach, seize and
take into custody, the schooner. William R. Daffin,
her apparel,.tackle and furniture, commanded by
Edward B. Jenkins and now lying in the Port of
Apalachicola, and safely.keep the same to answer
.the libel of Samuel Alsardi. And whereas, the.
Judge of the District aforesaid hath ordered and
directed this writ to issue for ,all persons con-
cerned to appear a the .city .of Apalachicola on
the second Monda-of March next, and show
cause, if any they hate, why. judgment should not
pass as prayed. You are therefore hereby autho-
rised, empowered and strictly enjoined peremp-
torily to cite and admonish all persons whatsoever
having, or pretending to have, any right, title,
claim or interest in or to the said schooner libelled
against as aforesaid, by publicly affixing a copy of
this monition on the main-mast of the said schoon-
er, and publishing the same in some newspaper
published in said city for at least fourteen days
before the return day thereof, and by all lawful
means whatsoever whereby this monition may be
made most public and notorious, to be and ap-
pear before the Judge aforesaid at the time and
place aforesaid, and also to attend upon every
session to be held there and from thence until a
definitive sentence shall be read and promulged
in the said business inclusively, if any of them
shall think it their duty so to do, to hear, abide
by and perform all and singular such judicial acts
as are necessary to be done and expedited in the
premises, and further to do and receive what unto
law and justice shall appertain, under the pain
of the law and contempt thereof, the absence and
contumacy of them .and every of them notwith-
standing. And whatsoever you shall do in the
premises,Tyou shall duly certify unto the Judge
aforesaid at the time and place aforesaid together
with these presents.
Witness the Hon'l Samuel Carmack, Judge of
our said District Court, this 26th day of Decem-
ber. 1843. GEORGE F. BALTZELL,
janl Clerk.


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the U. S. District Court,
For the jApalachicola District of Florida:
MUEL GAINER, of Washington county,
md said district, having filed a petition pray-
or his discharge and certificate as a Bank-
It is ordered that cause be shown before the
t, on the first Monday in February, 1844, at
clock, A. M., at the Court House, in Mari-
, why Samuel Gainer shall not receive his
large and certificate as a bankrupt; and that
;e thereof be published in some public news-
r, published in said district, for and during
period of seventy days before the said day of
ing. (A copy teste.)
YONGE & TAYLOR,
arianna, Oct 24, 1843. 42 Atty's for Pet.


Rates of lIiarlage.
rpHE following are the Rates of Wharrage orV
I all Cotton, Merchandise, &c. landed or ship-
pad from the Wharf at this Port:
On Cotton, per bale,'landed ........61 cents.
On shipped ......6 6
On Goods per barrel, landed, (esti-
mating five cubic feet or 200 lbs.
nett, equal to a barrel,),.......3 "
On Goods,. per barrel, shipped.... 3
Salt, per sack, landed ........ 3 ,
shipped........ 3 -"4
Wood, per cord. .......... .25 4
SLumber, per M feet.........50 ; ,"
Bricks, per M. '......, .5 ,:
c Shingles, per M... ', ....,12 .
Sacks of meal, corn, oats, or .
other merchandise, containing
not more than three bushels...2: .,'
All lumber, salt or merchandise, shipped on
board vessels or steam-boats, from other vessels,
steamboats or rafts, lying at the wharf, wil be
charged one wharfage only.
Wharfage on cotton, or other merchandise land-
ed, to be paid by the consignee; and when ship-
ped by the party taking the bill of Lading.
All goods and merchandise not enumerated
above will be charged at corresponding rates. :.
Vessels, lighters and steamboats, lying at the
Wharf, and not receiving or discharging czrgo,
will be required to pay for-the usdeof the berth tlie
sum of two dollars and fifty cents per day, and to
give way to vessels or boats landing or discharging.
The following Article of the Regulations of the
Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce, will. be
strictly adhered to:-
SConsignees of cotton shall be allowed three
days for their cotton to remain on the wharf, and
.;.u a a,.S, withft finr extra
I l'Nag -. If waterr nortitcation by the iviarftnger,
tfey allow it to remain a longer time, they shall
incur an extra wharfage of 6- cents per bale, for
every twenty-four hours that it remains thereafo
ter. Wood and lumber- shall not be allowed to
remain more than twenty-four hours without in-
curving an extra wharfage for twenty-four hours
thereafter."
S All bills will be presented monthly for col c-
l tion NURSE & STONE.
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. tf


61f


Brought to Jail.


I have this day received in the Jail of
Franklin county, two Negroes, committed
as runaway slaves, answering the follow-
description: One says his name is JAMES, a
k mulatto, aged about 30 years, about 5 feet
inches tall, walks erect and wears a black hat.
e other a black, aged about 25 years, says his
ne is WILLIAM, about 5 feet 4 inches high,
ck set, thick lips, stoops a little in walking,
Swears a cap. Said negroes had with them
en taken up, a paper purporting to be a pass
ned Samuel McCinnis, and dated 1st Janua;y,
44. They say their master lives in Baker coun-
Ga. Any person claiming said negroes will
ase come forward, prove property, pay charges,
d take them away. C. J. SHEPARD,
Jan 8, 1844. 6mupf Sh'ff Franklin Co.
Valnable Property for Sale '
N the Apalachicola River, 5840 acres of
land, embracing the lower part of Mercra-
y's Reserve (C) on Forbes Purchase, and run- -
ng East and South so as to embrace also Estifa-
]ga Bluff This property contains the richest d
ammock land on the river, as well as the most
oductive arable Pinelado,,-j has. /t t ^-
lga Bluff, being the only good Stean;-i6Th-odf-'-
g for many miles above or below it, and which ,
a location for a wood-yard is most valuable.-
also possesses a water power of great value,
tifanulga Creek, where a saw mill might be
ected of any power, there being plenty of water c
Sthe stream at all seasons, the advantages of
whichh may be imagined from its vicinity to the
rge and growing city of Apalachicola. This n
operty will be sold very low for one-third cash,
d the balance one and two years, notes secured r
y mortgage on the property. a
Also for sale on reasonable terms, lot number
,o in block B, first range, on Water street, and
ts 8, 9 and 10, in block 25, in the city of Apa-
chicola.
Deeds with general warrantee will be executed
the purchasers in the appropriate plan, so that
is last will apply to the lots and land likewise.
pply to T. Beatty, Monticello, Fla., or to Thos.
altzell, Esq. Tallahassee, Fla.
decl 1im
Ready Made Clothing !
B. HAMILTON, No. 47 Water street, is
Constantly receiving an addition to his stock
f CLOTHING,
insistingg of Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing
Over Coats;
uent's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing Frock
Coats;
went's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing Office
Coats.
Blue, black, green and invisible green, Frock
and Dress Coats'
Kentucky Jeans Frock and Dress Coats.
PANTALOONS.
Blue, black and fancy colored Cloth and Cass.
Pants.
Diagonal and fig'd French Cassimere.
VESTS:
Cloth, Cassimere and Cashmere Vests;
Silk and Woolen Velvet do.
SHIRTS:
White Muslin and Linen Shirts ;
Colored do. do. do.
Ipswich, Lamb's Wool and Merino Shirts;
do. do. do. do. Drawers;
Woolen and Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers-;
Stocks, Scarfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, and
Hosiery;
DRESSING GOWNS.
Dressing or Morning Gowns.
HATS AND CAPS.
A great variety of Gentlemens and Boys Hats.and
Caps.
W- The above goods will be sold very low for
cash. dec7
Boot and Shoe Ma11 ing.
S THOMAS CLARK having removed
to the Store formerly occupied by Jo-
eftg; -^seph Schrodt, respectfully informs the
ILA citizens of Apalachicola, and 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 on hand a supply of French
Gaiter Boots and Shoes, new and fashionable
style, which will be sold as low for cash as in any
house in the c-ty. oct. 28.
AINTS AND OILS.-
2000 lbs Extra White Lead,
2000 Ibs No. 1 White Lead, Linseed Oil,
', 2 Boiled;
500 Imperial Green, Sperm Oil,
,, Ground Verdigriss, Neats Foot Oil,
25 Pruss. Blue, in oil, Spts. Turpentine,
Chrome Green, do. Copal Varnish,
., Chinese Vermillion, Bright "
500 Putty, Leather "
By the barrel or gallon, just received and foi
sale by B. S. HAWLEY,
dec7 27 Water st.
Saddles.
I HAVE on hand a good supply of Saddles, Bri
dies &c. of various kinds and of the best qual
ity, which I will sell at lower rates than they eve
were sold for before in this place. Call and se
them at 4-2 Water street, up stairs.
dccl4 PETER HOBART.


NOTICE.-All persons having claims against
Frederick L. Ming, late of Jackson county,
eceased, are required to present the same, duly
authenticated within the time prescribed by law,
Dr this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.
Al persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the subscriber.
SUSAN A. MING, Adm'x.
Marianna, Dec. 9,1 3.
N OTICE-Six weeks after date I will apply
I N to the Honorable the Judge of the County
Court for the county of Franklin, for letters of
Administration on the estate of Amory Rogers,
deceased, and for letters of Administration de
bonis non" on the estate of John Locke, deceased.
RAPHAEL J. MOSES.
Apalachicola, January 1, 1844.
OTICE-Six weeks after date I shall apply
to the Honorable the Judge of the county
court of Franklin county, for letters of Adminis.
ration on the estate of Amory Rogers, late of
said county deceased.
J. W. HAMMOND.
Apalachicola, Jan. 1st, 1844. jan1 5t
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, 1843. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r.
OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall ap-
ply to the Honorable the Judge of the Court
for the county of Franklin, for letters ofDismis-
sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of
said county, deceased.
S. H. HARTSHORNE,
Nov. 30, 1843. 45 Administrator.
N OTICE.-Six months after date I shall apply
t o the Judge of the County Court for Frank-
lin county, for letters of Dismission from the
administration of the estate of Robert Robinson,
late of said county, deceased.
H. B. STONE, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. 6m
OTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from
the estate of Willis Yon, deceased.
A. G. SMITH, Administrator.
Apalachicola, Nov 11, 1843. nil 6m


p


Goods for Cash.
HAVE just opened an assorted stock of Goods,
embracing- .
Calicoes, Cambricks, Muslins,
VCotton 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 aie sold on Commission, and wilt
be offered at very low prices fotrhe ready money.
DAVID G. RANEY,
Oct 2S 43 Water st.


VS. ATiAUAT CHMEiN T
Benjamin W. Walker and for $9850 00
John H. Watson, execu- Returnable to De-
tors of the last Will and cember Term,
Testament of-James C. 1843.,
Watson, deceased.
the defendants and all others interested are
hereby notified of the institution of the above suit,
and they are required to appear and plead accord-
ing to law.
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Nov. 11 41 3m n Atty's for PPff.
Territory of Florida.
JACKSON SUPERIOR COURT.
George M Tillinghast, A
vs. Attachment.
E. D. Huldbut &ijCo. )
HE defendants and all others interested will
take notice that Iiram Nourse will be exam-
ined in behalf of plaintiff, in the city of Apala-
cecola, on day of November next.
c YOUNG & TAYLOR, Att'ys for Pl'ff.
Marianna, Oct. 7, 1843. ol4-4m
Jackson Superior Court.
Matilda L. Pinkard, B
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Peyton H. Pinkard.
T HE defendant will take notice that on the
third Monday in November next the plaintiff
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
may attend if he sees fit to do so.
A. H. BUSH, Att'y for P'ff. "
Marianna, Oct. 5, 1843. o14-4m


MG. PORTER & CO., offer forsale a large
W 'and well selected stock of DRY GOODS,
onsisting of:-
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys;
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
Foi eign and Domestic Prints;,
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings;
c ,. Shirtings;
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other article in their line adapted
o the country trade .... dec4 y
Ship Chandlery.
HAMBROLINE, Houselmne, Wormline, Rat-
line, Marline, Hand Lead Lines, Pendant
Halyard Lines, Log Lines, Spuinyarn, Packing
Yarn, Oakum, Sein Twine, ail do., Box Hooks,
Bale do. Boat do. Can do. Spikes, Marline do.
Scrapers, Making Irons, Caulking do. Caulking
Mallets, land Pumps, do. Spikes, do. Lead, Deep
Sea Leads, Capstan Bars, Comn. Sheaves, Block
Pins, Deck Buckets, do.. Brooms, Sheathsand
Belts, Mouinited Palms, Pump Leather, Rigging
do. Common Tar, Coal. do. Turpentine, Pitch,
Varnish, Paints, Oils, Linseed Oil, Cordage,
For sale by .. W. A. WOOD,
dec25 .... 23 Water Nt.
-M1usical Instrunents.
A SPLENDID collection of Sheet Music, con-
sisting of Songs, Marches, Quick Steps, &c..
for the Piano Forte, including RussePs celebrated
songs. Also, Guitar Music,, and-instruction book&
for Violin, Flute, Clarionett, &c.
Also, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Violin and Grui-
tar strings, Clarionett reeds, Tuning forks, Piano
Forte keys, Violin bows, bow hair, bridges, &c.
Also, Agency for selling Chickerinj & C. P'^
Piano Fortes. B. .ELLIs, S .
dec4 28,Water st.
Staple Dry .Good.
W7E have on consignment ad for sale' very
S low, a quantity of STAPLE .GOODS, con-.
sisting of prints of every description, Cottfn Oi-
naburgs, Shirtings, Sheetings, Glasgow Janes,
&c., &c., which will be sold low for a bage corn-
mission on New Ycrk cost. '
FARRIOR & CO.,
jyl 44 Water st,
FOR SALE-150 pcs Kentucky Bagging; ,
150 coils Kentucky Bale Rope; .
35 bbls Northern Flour;
S10 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 at,
AILS-100 kegs Sweeds Iron Cut Nails ,
TJust received and for sale by ,
T. H. & C. H. AUSTIN,


L. A. LeGay,
(AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,)
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. t
.--^- ingTAKES this method of inform-
.ingA the public, that he has just,
Returned from New York, with a
new and splendid assortment of
JEWELRY,
Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a
new pattern of beautiful Breastpins-among them
some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and
Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold
and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob
Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Mantle
Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell
low for cash.
FULL JEWELED GOLD WATCHES AS CHEAP AS
SEVENTY DOLLARS.
All kinds of Watches-anid Clocks replaired, and
warranted to perform well.
N. B. Persons residing in Apalachicola, or
along the river, wishing their Watches or other
Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to send
them by trustworthy hands, during the boating
season, can have them repaired by Mr. LeGay,
and returned with nearly the same despatch as
though his establishment were in Apalachicola.
Columbus, Ga., Oct. 15, 1843. 40 tf
D. HI. Pallais,
WATCH-MAKER, FORMERLY OF MOBILE.
-, ., HAS determined to establish him-
-,.--^, ,, self permanently in this city, and
a ,-db respectfully solicits the patronage
of the citizens of Apalachicola and the up-coun-
try generally. He flatters himself that a thorough
and practical knowledge of his business, com-
bined with a desire to deserve and obtain the
confidence of the public, will ensure him success
in his undertaking., Shop up stairs in Baltzell's
Buildings. Entrance next door to the Post Office.
Refer to B. T. CARO, Esq.
Apalachicola, Sept 16, 1843. 33 tf
r ICE-A few tierces for sale at Charleston in-
voice prices, to close consignment, by
FARRIOR & Co.
jan15 44 Water street.
AY AND POTATOES-100 bales superior
r Eastern Hay ; 75 bbls. Potatoes, now land-
e ing from barque Noble, and for sale by
5 S. DILL & Co.
fan15 29 water street.


Dissolution of Partnership.
HE Law Partnership heretofore existing in
the Apalachicola District between WM. H.
BROCKENBROUGH & GEORGE S. HAWKINS, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. Each par-
ty will continue to practice in the same courts as
heretofore. W. H. B. refers those persons wish-
ing to employ him, to Col. Hawkmins, for any im-
mediate advice or assistance necessary in his ab-
sence.'
Apalachicola, Dec 12, 1843. tf
A ADVANCES ON COTTON.-Liberal advan-
A ces made on cotton for shipment to Liver-
pool, Havre, Boston or New York, by
p jan15 HARPER & HOLMES.
LOTHING.-A general assortment of Ready
Made Clothing, just received and for sale at
the store of B ELLISON & CO.,
j anl5 33 Water street.

ROCERIES.-100 bbls Westerni Flour;
G 50 bbls Molasses.
50 do Whiskey, for sale by
W A WOOD,
janl5 23 Water st.
OUSELINE DE LAINES.-A fresh lot of
Mouseline de Laines, just received.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
jan15 33 Water st.
S BBLS of ROSIN, for sale low,
apply to FARRIOR & CO.,
jyl 44 Water st.
B" AGGING-100 pieces Neish Bagging, for sale
low to close consignment, by
FARRIOR11 & Co.
janl5 44 Water street.
SPORTING HATS.-A fresh supply of Wool
- Sporting Hats, just received and for sale by
nB ELLISON & WaCO.,t
jan15 33 Water st.


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S. MARSHAL'S SALES.'

U. S. Marshal's Sale.
virtue of three writs of fi fa, issued from the
superior Court of Franklin Co:tiy, to me
ed, one in favor of John Hardin, one in favor
nito T. Caro, and one in favor of Isaac S
es vs. the Southern Life Insurance and
Company, I will offer for sale at public
y, at the court house door in the city of Apa-.
cola, at 10 o'clock, a. m., on the first Monday
bruary next, fractional lot number (9) nine,
ock D. front range, agreeably to a map of
eity, together with all the buildings and ap-
nances thereunto belonging. Said premises
the same known as the office of the South-
ife Insurance and Trust Company in Apa-
cola. ROBT. MYERS,
U. S. Marshal dist. Apalachicola.
alachicola, Dec. 11, 1843.

IN BANKRUPTCY.,


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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 22, 1844
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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I VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA MONDAY

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fOJI\ lEnfi.\L\ 1DVERTISKRiT.Li I i _. V I1\ JUS --t ( \ 1 W- C l>ohd-at -i Itj; ( j2. . .-.-. .. . (jnnU, )!-! -measuring-------,-and- tl'- 'txc--s- be -----
-----.-- no want of tho
.
---- ----. Iwenty-M"vn
i-i! :! IVUY: : ; M< '\ IJYBY -- -- - ----- ----- --- ----- --- --"-- year.j' interest compounclIl't' i itsrtculttue'
; > ,-I I Ii-.. -"'I "-,-s. .I::'\ -Iic- ,1 I-- --.\ "I'-y' .1.\ "-,: i)In I!f'I For the Commercial Advertiser. ed t yerlv}J . . . . . ._).,")"itt!'.Jt j a,
I -J permanent
hll) NGKOSWOKTII fcWYMAX, j ..r:1)I :* ll'uftr f.n PIE street.NSW TilE PILGRIM'S REST. ':.fled).:;J1 ; cf every country, and hence alibi ds the best cri-

YORK, If i'educt bond at ur with interest ccrnpunnled terion by which to fix the rates of interest. If

(...ce third stl raitzal'- nuildiugs, corner of Pim.A.VPi-it: l: K1M1JALL, 'ro;-l jpior. on Jifl.tcrn and dreary waste I }nalt"Nei Ytirfy . ... . . .19.t" we could ascertain what rents tenant3 can afford

Commerce X Chestnut streets, The Pilgrim find a resting place l + to pay for the me r.f land, term cf
any for
"-\ntlr( \ s. COt, If Home: with its endearments crown gain one over Uo other on the outlay I the purpose of agriculture years,
the
AT THREE DOLLARS, PER .ANNUM, COMMI J :; sIO\] 31 E R 1 1 A X T, The sweet domestic circle roundThere I ot ? 1H)5000( ) \ ) ) e:it'I. . . . ._ ?, If'C',.o._o taxes and keeping ]building and tenants ftnctin paying the

1'Al'AuI.IN ADVAXCE.Advcrtiement No. :, Canal. cur. Tchoupi tolas st. If these bonds bo \Oi\iand\ this man receive repair I think that good
let the fl.utJII:d
of ten lines or le-s (twenty line- vve-try: Pilgrim rest, the ..!.lOO..rio.! ) the be ti: r.fe of in-
New Orleans, La. S\t or some indivifjir.'k terest rnonoy outfit to bear. '...
or more in proportion.) conspicuously inserted Refers to Messrs And bo.iM him of one virtuous breast. loses exactly what tint, thi-! I believe all If thr tae( ca e,
Harper A: }Holes) an gains, and ?, too. will perceue, that int.-wt

at the following. rates : ) .. jauJi_. I tlno\' Apal..cl-ola: Fla. He needs that shade-Oh God how mu'-h;; without considfrinj:; the dfjreciation of products. b I low, certainly not exceeding throe shoulde
.
One p.U. . ?!) M ( .1(- month $2 :><11> ---- --------------- It i I.t'ncrjUyaid: that at per cent.
Jnx months!. ... :7 Ol) Tnrtvweek?,. 2 00' C; ret;\vooti tV J'111. When nlnv'd I bv slander' vennm'd touch ; are no peculations! but trc present} tune there ptr annum. in the power of our Govern

Three inoatiis,. ... 3 ATC: T 1 USE can
L1i S S
"
&t't11I1ri lOX pour, speculation in 1 3'.5 'r'7 in 1,. I
Two months,. ....1 00 : One insertion,. .. .1 00 AIKJJf'HAVTS.Col'tinSjii To sir these scenes hall be no more. else I but measures of value! whicl.KSr an.y thil: *, whether at one, two or three per cent. per annum,
would compare such
in
When advertiseuteuts are sent without any special -. ( ;Irnrriii. with a in-inner that it will be impossible for
There let him this ? A State bond to
directions as lo tin- number of iinertioasrequired {(XjLiberal advances, made ujxin <3fi-< con:i;n- I reft-if rest he will- from the pay this enormous any other nation cr any number of wealthy indi
sum hard
it will be nal er.tolld+ that they are to I cd to !<. lan_; jt Till l coming of a better day ; in produce at half earnings. of her citizens, ad vidual-;, ? in ore own country, either to alter the
-- ---- price.CHArTKR .
be published UNTIL FORum: they will!: ,,' 113. Q>i. PU'ir i \ (I. The voice of love his wound may Ilea, rat d 'rmi'ud. or monopolize money to the de

fore be continued at our discretion, and tlde-I' DEALERS) 1\ t ;. "tI. S AND I > (.'OMISSIONMEii Andtop the heart's most sure dccaj.:,. the pression of central bu.iitec:1t the same time

according to the} t 'Tl'oiar.ltl',i ;. ] HANTS. There may be l poison deep within -,-U. circulating medium will be good- and safe for
the
a Legal; Advertisements of which tintirm of ]MI'hcation )- Xo.+ 11 Water,! Street tnov25 There may be ninny a guilty sin ; Of th* Jut Interest of .;[ people; and jut as good in one part of the
ccm'tr
i is ixed by law will only be exempted lv .'1 pr"(/t'!cf. Fin.TfErKriy Yet love, ; .. U12fY. t ': as another, without any exchange being
can speak in softest In paid.
strain the
from the ab >ve rule. --- precedin remarks it i U assumed thrftcix

To those who advertise, by the year a liber.:! discount fc II :..( hol't', Andfop the Pilgrimtewst pain. per cent. is a fair;; interest on money. It is c-r- I It scorns to the general impression that it is

will b'n'd: ; },but all advertiit: "IH'It: j CU1Ji1SSft i ) x M 1fCH: > x T s I Oh Lon an'] HOME how dear thou} tainly that which the Le i-lat'lre of Illinois lun unsafe to tnnt the people with much money; for
art I
strictly pert.utiLu. : to their afro bu-inc--, a- X,.. -!1'" lVat; ,-r strt'ct, To every would-be, virtuou heart __ Considered fair, and therefore i issued the bonds I t if they have it they will run into all sorts of wild

well as all le,ol advertisements sent in !tacjn.. ; -. -ivn-f '\I'.!:iclu'cola_. "lorida..V. For if th'1 bubbling ; :: beyrmij six per cent. interest fixed at that rate. I speculation, on'rd.in! :; \ species of business,
--- ---- -- world should
tell
will he charged at the u;u.d '. .. v A. AP.. t'. 5viiic Of dI1'i' -ins that I am aware it may be s rid that these( bonds .some I to nd becoming indebted: to so large an amount
u- befell times he
All announcement- of candid.iti: '< for;, O'IKV. wil11 1\ 'Oll'111SSii\i x sell above par, und then the State and ciJizens I unable ever to ox'ricate themselves from
.AI 1 r. i 1 C.H T s
No cloud IF the'x
be charged VIVE POLL_vu* during the c:uivass.' j : ;,Wntcr '-'en then thy temples, twine s ; of Illinois,: !:1in113t the !bonds brio: ;above!: i t F embarrassments. -Thcrefrre business must;
street
t'1yahlc'in all cases in! ;advance.AU ; Ajialachirola.Lii { Lovntill will say the Pilgrim 's mine, their par value ; but some other people losent.\, l'he liMited by allowing them to have a certain

'onrnuni l of a : er-d advances u.ade And nr.r.E he has a HOME '. what the State Drains ; for when the bond becomes :um f.-T money, which, after cuntinuing in their
> Cotton
personal l nr indixMual nature, ur ill1if. new I LiverptKjl+ Xevv York and nIt+ JJo; ion, ipped also instore. to rO1RES r.1rr. due: the State: will not feel itself bound to pay I it hand* a'ersgth ef time must be! drawn in to see
: :
a
inventions, iro.uls-, x':.. will he ch.u-.ri-d t for as vl I J r.Iirtu.ui more than the par value and tlie interest accrued tntr they,. ca pay : and} when this occurs the rate of t. m

a advertisements our dies-rttitn. -- -- -.-- Editor-You will oblirrp a ub.riber< bv :n- thereon ; arid if the man hodir! :, it paid} rr.f-re I tst 1" ''ure to double, treble and elt1adruplc 1 ,

1.K.1-2 f Sh11RTL=fYtTT-,, ; D.\V. D.) t MEL I-)>AY. -o'nilin your interesting the than the face of the bond he loses tin ?rnlcrty; f,! \'er.r dcscrlption being depreciated

CARDS.iar .8. B>ay A- Co., l b-ctr-d poptr- paper following :cThe above illustrationarc made : difIt.rcn"f',1, m rroir'rtIOn .1.1' the rise of rterest. It is then
said
.. C 1)\1 lJ S ri 1 11'n :X M K j H{ C( LA 1 :' S, If I : rate of interest on money loaned is just percent that the pr "Itjcini, classes arc coming to their
:.-:- : --- -- = Xo.atcr -lref'f. rnn-t l >:ave tltr''. giw me back tilt drc.mTlie :; : this subject I ui--h to examine, and a-cer- I senses ; they Im been pursuing bubbles which

itli( .\. Ul.vor-, jan 1c pt1.t'hir: FI.l. wild fr'f dr.N'.mthatrush'd! 1 without coutrni I tain, as nearly as possible) what rates of have now hurst f n there
interest
---- -- h __ _u.___ __' (n' r my cmn.plrit: in their :.vh'}lming t in the wjs not enough money
AtCTIOJJ t'.I MMIv:M\' \UI\f'lL\XT: < j streams, money loaned should boar. world to rant
Ere vet The different ScU-s[ on so extensive business.
I a
? E,. Wood iV Co.. a drppi-r 1 power had bound ?oul I
my fntC"
i\,. J> Water street t In chains; : of have fixed ur pretended to fix the rates at from no-.er hear; of Dealers in 1
C O 1IIsl. I N : Iilti'iA i: J I :TS.No. I sorrow (TJVV rne hack the heaT : trust the money fearing to
six
Sale Days-WKDNF-U and :A1t'RD.t'v:. 2!) \\":akr ?;r't.j.ull Thi' rnnllh,! heart, that once I gave to tILC e ; to night per cent., some allowing the paribs prcci'Hm: clause to do their labor for

--- j \I'tIt'hic: FI.1. A thin. all ow"hillel't: me then d'.plrt> by special contract to take a greater; interest. them, raise ;rain, perk beef, poultry, manufacture -

SfW\Im I1'.L. A. F. '.\.! tilI:. E'en as --ought thee, yet alone and free. To explain, I shall take the interest at seven linens, drths. buiW !h'u' 's, make furniture
percent. ,
Sewarcl Dill & f o. J>. P.(1"o., ., beine the medium rate allowed &c. kc. With these thing.
the
by they
AUCTION v'c COl1IOIEh'ILXT: :', DEALKK'S: .\ !1-r'LL\\"EIjS! ; ) IOD3, Ii-I must leave t11(. ;in' me back the love States. I trait the people, for they understand are willing to

No. '3f: Water Mreet. AND (c.MMMiSHCN MKIiOlIA: ."'', .\\ ho.--p preciouvial on thy he-id was pnnr'ci ; : Money is not ccn--ymed it- should be done ; but in how they

fr:: J.ib'-r'i i air! ,tort., in.i'i 011 all con=irnments :U. :>':} \VaUr -trtt.. (;1\1' back my holy peace-that.snow-whitedovt1- but will"last fcr centuries.by If use as a currency, I have trocd t financiers thce money who matters, we must
Unti, [ when, ,
dl"1 ly AMl.ichlco Fa.K. my bo-om let it be re':.tored.t'nrl paper, worn are acquainted
and bu.ui'MTrut" i .; _. | +
to :
< ac'IHq. oJ.J out it with the value
I me not forth a wilJ Had ""'r"t ilr'd thin;, can be replaced, and gold ar.d silver are I but of a dollar,and know how to make
piojjjjuly att'-ndtd tto < I I l FJ.F.\' T.T.I\: :: : kIT. : T: ,) brook the idi'-; tauntins of -lightly diminished t i that dollar{ buy the .
men's scorn by n e. Currency therefore mr;>t of
,
lldt"'s. -LA>K & li.ir f'oston. ..iC'''(' h'u .% Ihitt, A d'---rt cade l with a brokt-n win::- ; ;: being permanent, must be compared} v.ith'scmcthin f j lowest prire. Our mo-t able: every fin:1ncer3seldom thing at the

CAHY COOK P'rthwi,1\1(, FACTORS \ COMM1SSJNMKiiCHANTS. A captive, marked: with f.'ttcrs also 1 I build house
darkly worn: permanent, land for a or store but
instance. them
S. C. WmTTirn, Ilallowfll.icola. l I I2t'ab could be rented If i it I closure of get_ by the fore
A fiirr j ;all I ask thro ((1i\e i ale bar-ic! all the-e at seven per cent- per annum we rriGrttragos when property is at its lone -
i t.i.
lyDOCT. ,
( ; : ._ I ?\o. 2 t""oiiKiibii: Bloc; will calculate that it will double (' ebb ; this is
always the
'f And rrhdly, lady. then! will I depart every ten years, case when they are
1 .\1"1!;d lICOI ,1. nil: with which it will more than do takithe: : trying the people to di.-ix.ver
.rCard. j 'r 1-iii}!) r-il uiivjinc'-! ',' ( '. I not thes" wild: I bitter inemorics by inte whether, after a fe?
-O'KN-CKR+ har -m-w-od liis :I ( > : Jr1-u on trot ,j'y! >(j 'I \Vntjiinc: :like ;,' i rest -b'scount elf in advance ;is done years of procpcrnns bu-intss
rlruuc'1:
S. to New i't':", ln'I'p"1; nr IL : my broken he.rt; as by all i they are able to
+ pay
.' t-t ti.e liaU/dl; ; Jiuddms'-8; '(-Il wilt n-tain the banks in lending rfWn'yluncy loaned on j their deht:. When businearrain nourishes it

o\',r the stir tif{ N. Millers. c<,. K'ltraucefr'HiiCiutTtui ': ii2h'u::' h i : idL\\'a' I A'I'!: trt! t fipuif 1:1": -trjrp h".cntif'll and! hih- interest beget* its like, and every dollar rf the j I will do weil to sell l these houses and stores, and

i- Lire >akstrtet CO.M.MiS(J"I ( With my lort trra-re-Linn-t; I -fdi! rfm.tin ; interest accruing is precisely like be- recd:: : .anofiier!
> ;-.* 4. 1 111-i 'o'ld'Wt' o:; : I'O11i1'1EZL.r; H--re ev? ry dollar vi operation} of the same nature
I
/ nut pcri-h .: "cn at thy feet I die !r' the \-hid is 1
principal ncJ. cerfiin
f"rnc.llue} r.'-: :'*Ij e of! Ci.ruies; : Hicors I t .MEiiCHANTS. I Suppose one lrf: drcd far: to ''ome every six or seven years.
\ mete to own each five hundred \Vh:n the time arrives; ;
e* deriS. \ptltchicu'a i, FlorinW.M. *I -together littv to te the ahilit.'t' ti*
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I --.u. TC*
-- -- -------- IT. 1 Kr.viRortin. ) # U1"U5anC1-acres of land well improved, xvitl i i people to pay their debfnofoing in the VI'IT
I5aiiltois. t i//1-5tH Y ; THE I'VJLAXD: THE 1 Rim MEltV.. suitale! 1 t; } Country
5> .Ioll X I. JJir>cw.vY. S l buildings and ftllc.s. These farms be" st-t-n.-f to >' id 3erity; ; not only is individual
. DKALEI1 IN R1* \.Jt" \DE CLOTHING: Liberal I iOPJ-K GARIWJCHAPTKK .;-.!.. I lon, to fnrei,iers.- who ran alF-nl: to aii} r? credit.rid that of States
advances made on C.ttoa coi.:ignefi ti ';v tht eli-putcd, but even the
f farm-:
N"V.it'r s-tn- t.Jtcl 1 our irieniU in New ? to afcunulate one century, ft' the bent 'j Government of the United States
,. York I Bo tun, LiverpM (,- r ';il t is doubted, and
Fh of :
.ljl"it/r'ti"l : vr. J JOf their
] v thin
posterity. Goverurnt-ut
< I every ,
j l II f arrt decllv I pisses ii law thai t compared with money, is insignifi
-- -. --- .- --------- .----- /// ,'/< alld fj>ic Kates of Interest. \ the citizens who rent these hundred lrrf.: shall]!i I cant and vv-f rthless. -
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i. 'iil1' 4!" CO.1)rat. j T. 15. A C. SE. .- tlqtil3, -- Thi= money, which occasions:: so much anxiefy, regularly pay to the owners of the land s vcn per.' I I have thiia printed out mapt. .*' the evils in

.'F.It IN CLiYflliIiUU'rS.I SHOES, COMMISSION with the cent prr: annurn, which is to be in (;::r mnnc'tary sv-tem
< MERCHANTS, 'IXo. compared property of the Clll1ntry,.;,| paid land adjoininz ; many stilfr 'main, to men-
HATS. .o- .",o \ atcr street, 1 o1ru' tJie : every acre of that :o paid to be of as goui tion \\"hichw.lIIcI exceed the limits of this work.

Corner Wt--r and: Clw} -:t1It streets, Apalachicola. ', fLsber.il cjuality rs that hired, and have a pro rain I \Volumemi. be written on so

.- ---- A'-ii.irl.i; : ""1\! .. iiox_1 3 it. j advances (lade! on Cotton shipped i- ;[ per tvt.ek. :Twenty-one week-! ., board Oll'qIlar fir portion of buildinz-and: f:;:1ce.. Supj sf whin pro j.ct, but I think-1 have shown reasons extensive sufficient a sub-

-ia I.. S't'.anc.R.. j X"r\v Y"rk.: IO\"J lCO.M3II.SS10X \ '-vertteen million: inhabitants: : at one: dollar per one tenant: is unable to pay the rent or interest for to conv-in.-e every honest man who will examine

MERCHANT TAILOR I & CLOTFIirjliuii) I -_ .veck would amount: to S ")j,1/ ,),,')/)-more mo- his land, another is oMiired to take his place, and thf subject! that its operations, upon the J rodu-
.l'In" continue
11,. :2'1; R"u'n'lI'Nll" .: .),: >'/. ii.:11iuClei.: '.cr than has ever been in cir.'ul.ttluu in the UniState the for one century to pay the same sum to cing chas-e are not only oppressive, but at least
V I iV 1'ft14'11RU1\G owners ; in that h-iiirth, of time the us unjust as : .1mhIin,. if
NEW YORK.n'ni ly -.t including 'S'lif1lyel', banknotes ,arid 1 i'-reiij\er: ? : not as theiving.WIDOW .
MERCHANT.No. :!: I owning the f.irrncan: }
--- ---- bC'lue"\th to their i
--- "' posits' throughout the Union. Rut.if! ;;old awl; t \p" .tt-ritv
.Juz i.\ Farrior. ::;J3Yattr st. Apalachicola.Ilr fifty-one millions} two hundred
= ; :"Ivor only, are considered? they would not-at ant thousand acres oi ?, BOARDI.VG HOUSES

OUT 'r.iIJid: NuTAUY I'L'ULiCT .I ---cIN'j---j-r --- :..e, pay'the board of the people!;( fur seven week; land, nil well: improved. This i is more laud than \-, -III\TO\-The A CLERKS ir
l.iLI.j,1.1.: Flit.il ------- ---- is cultivated in the six; Xcw correspondent of the United
\ England
this}
be the States
to all States
; seems ; tot
E)0ii money -impnrtatt Gazette
% ;
t {
;; ai"dnel'cn evidently close
V:l fo-r/i I ..t the! oilier of Farrior J k l '. ,;ether with the State of Xew-Yurko a observer, writes
in ,
th.-
ahvay-s
tr ( Ie: : .V (MtMMl, (s e tim :
Co. No. 1 11 1 U" :t.-r
the pa.r. Li-o *>f 1 L:< 1rrtmlald a1'13in-- d..d'3 1 "'pot at'hicnla I. T la.Vlinl.Ps.1iJ ; ->r \: glance at the cllect! !produced on a State expendine ted from one hundred l farms, without the owners !houses in this city are,about most two of which hundred boarding -

tances. (1 eC1 -- -- ::1. change+ in this money., Take Illinois, for half one day's labor upon them. Another I :r.;an-d tit receive mcrnbcrs of are pre-

---- S:: IH eJ 4 h !r( :'. ample : For the purpose of making Internal l century would give all the lauds of the na- The competition consrreps boarders.
E.v.. SpriU. \ ] : !:: ,V I.'ETAIL ; tion into the hand: of foreigners and I argon, this really to he commis*
: ( iRnrE;; I has i bared State fronds our Citizen crated
.proveuentshe
:
1 to ; : class of
YT1 HXEY \- C< rX.-MLL! < il AT LAW, a ; would people,
No. 4!) \; ,lter >tr ---r. becr tiecrl or la-! .ers for the laJlh ldI I I i generally widows accus-
,,rJMr f -:1" ::..:inr -iJ i in tin, .-.ty.' AHwij 1 i jml Ai 7f amount: bearing six per cent interest. I ers. The tomes to theelesancies nf life, till left destitute
\ \ __ !| : 'II'illi'lI i !". Fl-i. .tic will doubt that the! pay ink in Ja.1d'el per cent, interest IlJy the
none death
> h.i%'< ci.ir.'iii'T-d! !l"-ir-il bu-;is. -- !o his ------ ---- Legislature issue 1 f for the of of a husband, and oftentimes
I care while a p-siii'-u! of <|*tin, }, will ,il-'u! -f' auilres VA. Wood, .;if bondin; good I faith, expectini-, these Inter- rte tin1 use land land, is no 1. <' certain to concentr bh in rr.r.st case, with a family of children, proba- I

him at in! > ;.1.1et H.- -ivjlf; contimi'* areuIdr CO: ,111SSIth'tl'L') .\to''ixc) : i ; MIIRCHAXT( impnjvi-menls would be highly beiielicial to I: few without f the nation in the hands of the }pendent upon them t for support, education de-

attendance' tipuu iI;', fourth flf J.u'kM! and AXD SHIP CHAXDLIR: ', State and when completcil would yield an their doing; any labor than seven pt r Few! men who come to &C.

I <;itd,d"ns .countir-t.. und the! Court --\Piwai; atTallahaad Xo. '1:$ Water, street, ,, vrne&ulh'ciettt to pay the interest and, in a few cent.wealth interest of the on nation money sin is sure to Concentrate the office, i in any of the Departments Washington, accumulate, and accept

Otue.' 1'1:1r.. .1.X1'0.":,iiN, :\V.iler -ti-x-t. .\.pLII"i II.) .'II;a. novlrfl I it. ,>:-N, tn reduce the principal. Tar different has without labor their the hands of the few, thine: they! live up to their income, oftentimes any
-- any
--- --- on
AtMlacl1 l'ol". Jail: .. J'U --- -- -'i 1 t the result but not without I caue. Tlu- all part. The t i-mplc in beyond it, and if sickness or death
come
rt' wV J5 countries work fer.. are urn"prepared
Ki'2ixi
<
1 : .'
l was obHired l! make I great sacrifices: her money, instead of money for Pith t tI
I on pecuniarily .
114.1 UP X 0:1t'i C; O M 1.JII I -:'alOJI1 i : K! C {11 I ,\ x T:, .r,;. : t. .o.. working ft r the benefit of the people.!: the ('r
niu pIty
ulJ Oili.t1I money aim as inrcroi in- nhaa Wtwin
', < ; M. J J\ v i s. No. :;\1 \Yatertroet: ed her fell in that i The interest on shuuid be :. necccity compels to'.ek
a produce price, so the lossSei money at rate whirl 1: ,ac't. a elrk-hip: Il':.' ; his 'ner ieil
Has relumed to t--t :: j,r,i-itf"! of the) L'I\\. Hei" { Ap.'l.icliirola.V.'M. ; I I bonds was;, augmented by a till greater I will! secure the greatest amount of labor: li'r labor; soon lest for the wan of exercrne and the, are
prepare to tit"-.tl to b-ismess .\. McI\i.vxiK: :, ) ; and labor only makes 1 necessity -
;: at the CountvClerk's ">n her produce and lands ; lor the citizens improvements and procure! ? of exertion They are seized with

OlCce, Atial.ichin.1.i _' Jon.v '1. Mooiii:. 5 noel 1 lvFarrior .' landholders a State are those who I mental and physical sustenance to rnai.: Mnnev dry rot and moulder away to nathin T. a Should kind of

--- ---- /l-is'\ *. A lan c quantity of these bonds, when radds I nothing to this ; it is merely a measure b\. rhroige of administration take a
Allen u. Itzi'.lt, A Co.COiM.MISSlON : ,v which the value of all l place, such is the
useful minutia
i--tied] brought }par : had the State (Jovernuppoed aificlo- i-iestirn-itfd. Hf reformation" now he
ATTOUNKY AM> C oU>>aI.I.ol1" I.1.tnmlla ..\\\', ) AND J FOJi WARDING.MERCHANTS I "" they would be compelled} to sell and like all other measures i ia necc--arc and, u-e- successfully play the must either
I I flit! sycophant, nr bo turned out
orid.l.; in it
"- -tt less t than their par value, they would} not : place. Some pretend i, that trade can be upon a cold+ tmfeC'ln,world, incapacitated
11'nrarTirr\\ :, in the; Courtol Fr.uikliu' J.i icn No. 1 i Wari-r--tn-rt t, carried on bv barter and his to work
th.tt little
itfpirr.ted the improvement but when the i- way thro'it his
; money as
predecessor
has
ft', U'.iiton \\.hin't"1 J/J\2.-1 t
: f.ontl" ly Apalai-hifnla, J'l.j. needed. U'e will perhaps,1
--- -- -- - ---- -- ,- 'nvus partly, done and of no use unless finished, take the case of a laboring man to make room+ :fir him.

\.c H ffc* A Taylor.AFTOKNEVS i ,. cliwIey, /: were induced to make sacrifices in order to who has to (provide food 1 for his family! clothe I would say, earnestly, to every man irt'
them young
1 .\ '1" LAW 1101.11.1IIE.LI'I: : f : DII'CJ'I) ; \TS, ;: 7l with it. I will show what the operation of"fbond teacher, and ai.d educate his children. He goes to the the land never come to Washington for a clerk- !

Mdnarmi, Fii-nd.j.J OILS. (; L.\
Cn Y'lU.FR C. '(\GE. Jonv I L'. T.\'it.nu ,. >'1 Water -tuvt, ;/. "AIO! had taken them at par, and} those who instruction.to school, and pay by his labor for their friend to give you an axes throw it and your pack ;

--- .l'abehie1.Inp'l! ; since bought them at the lowest rates at The schoolmaster asks him if he can over your shoulders and :o into the woods
( rx'. Ward & _. _._. __lv teach : no, but he can work the or on
12.ATTOliNKVS tV. '< 'hiie. ------- -- -- -- h_ l"'h they have been sold. Take the bonds upon a form ; for this paririesof: the West, and there start

} \ COUNSELLORS) AT LAW, ..1.'t". \odlalld A: (,o. .::''i I are 1 pa'able in 1570, making twenty-seven the teacher d us not rift-1 hi-* service, atd has no and depend upon your mother Earth make from i
)
Talhhassw, Fl'nda.Havin CO,1I111S I S I Pailll'I.IAN'1'S I : i I :r't'hey: would hate: to t run, and compounding strict war: of making: him u.-c-ful} : so he dots net: in self a man, and feel that you are so, ;and not your
:-s:''-.' Itt(1 thcnsrlvt-in} the ',tier- rf.th t hi? children. (H' LCOON- to lie \ in put"iir.self
: : pra No. i Commerce street, !tere-t< half yearly, accordin; to the tenor of b-.uksfnre a situation: to lose
P Law, Mi,! !,'r th firm; of t WARJI L ''I UTI:, New UrlctilLt.: : novl; lv t I''Ilmd- : and offers to work I for book! *. The bonks Hrr possess.ATLANTIC. every manly feeling'vou

will attend rJhrh{ the s.-v.-ral, Co'.irN of thr ___ u___ ____ ._ ; !Hun buys at f par: a bond for..SIcJOO( ( 00() would be gLul to di-1t.-e of them, b:a has nrthinjr

Middl.a.d( } : .\'III'hlcoh: Districts, and the Court Thomas I'r' ':un, I !|!'y--eve n years' interest comioundod| .. t for him lo do. At ilm market, the shoemaker's: Sr.r..u.r.r.s-\\.C' '

t of '\ '':'r.tls at T.ill.iha,.;. C O M \11 I S S I lO\ .MEI J R CIANT[ :f"' -yearly at l> per cent per annum. .3fn, St I the drv irindJore: !lie) receives tesiinearsv.-er-{ CoR'paisy;, haveanothtr matrnific --. that the:
--' -- He applies-; to a farmer: who -eamship ott
No. :ll J Common str'1 'et. nfedhi* <( \- (<\ tO stocks at Glao'wltich
r j JOTICFJOHX U'CAS. Inspector} and! tnea- I .!9S I but who has a CIl1:r.re than he 1 wilt; be ready for
asurer 0: l.uuih.r; fur; Frtaklin! __ NEW ORLEANS. __ nod J'h r .. wants, which he :tunching: few weeks. She i to
count.y-Iwpl ."i' :' man hurl with $I,COO in money boil!" I ier- in payment. Hut the laborer i is nbEHer place in >.. 3 take her
to icrit a.d: l rcr. i lr' a si of aTrona '\ . . V; ) .ituated! than o hne next June, under the command
) ire l> e.d.ltf (;ua!' ;l .\ 1is'Ii1i'thOU, 7 .fi; 't: on lfn- doll.ir $HOOO( ) 0.;) |I he was before instead: of his: labor. of Captain: Jl1 kill
; 1 I';" 11.,1', )" ill ']:-i .ven ear-" i interest!t .tcnlntnlnhtf I he has the co-.v to barer for pr"i-*ior.c *, who by the way is a splendid
-- -- --- cnl :: ; .. G .2:1: 03 01L chooln:, specimen( of humanity. lie is '
rEI iMI.Si: : (.irirnoNARY,; 1: AND ) all} at t. per lUl1um. l ooksSec.. But suppose the farmer to superintend the

7.1 f ,CE.w' S-\srrnr' baviu; ZZ been appoiuud Jf'l..ral H.-srtm-nt If Fruit. Yr.:et.d.l! ':, ATINo. -., mone.> he can buy the things he pa} s him the construction and fitting up of the new steamer.
NSPii 7. >U OF 1.1 :'M mH for Um :ij: \\'alN str"'I 29G)3, ) 01 measure of value needs with tins It i i- said that the favorite Hibernia is to
Couatvf Frankhf, will ,':' sl bond awl interest laidit which is devisable} and Useful into the hands: pass
liir
i
be 1,000
thai.kful
lor share il tentula. Fla. Captain Ilvrie
.
> noof
a As the
to all. In Uie -IIi .., Ac .
nf th {TOfJj tJ.3 t> l ( it amount._ ... t" .t.-. I'H '-- .rt .. ti- -i _
public '. ; :old ( -.tr u --I.' i miie ijs "U" .izu
patron -- -III. -(:II1Hi--IlII. III I t4' ,. tered his labor tor books u.jr-; iiist me latter fine steamship will be
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IIV TETUtY.Aptlu1I *'. j\ &.c., which he schooling provisions placed under the command of Capt. Shannon '
IIiti..t other ( each laying could
the by not do
over without
: .
? t'"l'l. \n\.lstl"'rt 1 rnonev.I.irtcrinuH formerly of the
Columbia.}
---.-- -- .--- -- Pj jnHIMX MANLi ACTFRF.R: : AND) DEALER; IN I,0)0)< ). $?.,Gtin; 20 1; as practicable the above case, All tlif, '
as steamers this line
( } Pilot and CAIII.XET' trouble attendant the it would( be ,n the 'I will be in complete '
ho : N-wy Bread} ; al>o a I1t t FFRXITERi: :, is no more upon general !lutsincof thc cwm. order to take their in
of ftr,t quality UfMliifi} {;utter, in small I dl'-II1t'T p .-'..ur.X0.. ;i2.lIN Street Co"n i one t than the other, and it the 'interest try. All trade, in fact, is barter but it cannot trade early next spring.-place.A* 1" Her.the Xe\v York

ke0gs fur f.'uuil.W'f'. for S nV- br1VIIi'r11:1ItSll& ____ .\p Ilaclllol a.:_ ;: ) more trouble in colb-ctinz. I will go on without money ;-better be deprived of all

KM to 1IJoU O each, andB'r.Q other measures than of the
I1.1TI1)SO\, \\'ill. "MS expenditure measure of \-alth.-- fORE
yIuey (*reen, :U. I). : SrKAMnus. line of steamers is
.
jail 27 witrrAKUJIiV : '1r't. TV,I.. r' "|' I:1N: ratio. Plate the result : money.Money about bern
tlll opportllnlty of c..i 'xI'r( -- ? established in Richmond, to
i io
: SHEDS: -V;<- .tWstH-- --T7ivsirs ,-}7 I' 'I ic'! In- cr.ttltndt' to !,ill' ;r..tlrnll;; ,,,, :and!, 1 tut--nr, ,. ,1'\,li". ", /p-r. .8100,000 rxchai'tre as much needed for the measure (r that city to ISTew York. Passengers will run be taken'from
( tli.1 :n that :.lIalll lf Inc: 'I' interest com rounded : \alueas other mouies; for
T fur rontnit eiulr.ivnr to r--n- '- .ven rear- { are the! from Richmond
just received and I bvBAUNAKD l Petersburg and
\ SJp- hiin.-rlt! . .39: :1S" t rn.M Norfolk to Ne\V
ler : > ,
+: oust n- -It11: n, 1 III= uof.-.i/n.trccf ureorexchangeofquantity. If labor, when Vi-rk for.
: |( M .r>lu. It i is calculated .
that
Jan j ELLIS. (tllI c"- on C {'nrrr ue tr \\'al"r .- t t1 l+t :. -- poi: formed, would produce an income sutlic.eut} ; toP f HaInJ>ton Ixoads to New York the trip from I
ti' ttJfS: 1 1L ju-t rate of intercut will he performed'
Ja
t it
t. would br north in 3'J hours -from Richmond in J3 hours.

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THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. nor ll-C: even the tax lists been but partially sent City Proceedings.. Obituary.
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1 1 tolIC law is deemed deficient COUNCIL CHAMBER ) Died on Tuesday morning the 15th in.5f
COMMERCIAL I l \ ADVERTISER.APALACHICOLA I Last Thursday's mail brought us this important in Treasury. The of Consumption -
when the tax shall be paid into the ; TUESDAY l EVENING, Jan. 9, 1St 1.Adjourned 5 HIC-HAIU KIHSIJBAU\-: of
document. It is a patriotic and independent in giecifying meeting./ Full Board Present.! Burlington, Iowa 'iNrrrtoty. Although dIstant frorn
the and the attention of the Council is linntl-s read apd approved. The then his relatives and mends be
MONDAY, JAN. 22 1844. state paper, exhibiting a warm solicitude for Treasury Iayor they may assured that
tilled to its amendment. The unsatisfied named the following standing committees for the all that could be' done for him, was done in the
draw-
interests of the Territory, and an energy in / proper year 1S4 : On Finance, Me&srs.:: Roberts, Wood, way of medical treatment and attention to his
"VErrrE: SANS 1'El'R." ing from the gloomy picture of our late financial warrants of the auditor of the Treasury amount and I FarHor: On) Contracts and Improvements, wants by his acquaintances.

reduction from the debt of :Me.xsrs.Guyon( Simmons and Babcock On Printing
condition for the future. Th/ to$14, U.15 making a : -
.' a brighter prospect Died in this last MARSII
(ctIn another column will be found the cor- Me::.-rs. Wood 1, Guyon and! Schiller On Charity city, Monday L
:Message, although comparatively brief, is qutetoo the Territory of only $1,309,90 during the present Hospital, Messrs. Schiller, Simmons; and STENSEEX, 23 years of age. I lie was a native bi
rcct Minutes of the Proceedings of Council. ub- The debts and current of the Clements On Claims Messrs. Philadelphia, and for the last eight years a resident .
Ipnrthfor. our columns, and would, if; year. expenses and Clements.: : Farrior, Roberts Mobile. Although but a short time since

(to- Mr. HACKETT gavc another of his excellent lisped entire in our sct'en-by-nille, crowd Ait all Territory must therefore be provided for by an On mntion of Mr. Wood, duly received the he came to reside among us, he succeeded in

t entertainments on Friday evening last, and sails to- other matter. We must therefore only I..,' before increase of the tax on land, which is so inconsiderable Council 1 proceeded to elect their officer, and, the winning to himself many and warm friend

4nbrro.wr for New Orleans, hi the Seminole. our readers such parts as we deem mo>t interes- that an increase of 1110 per cent. would following was the result : ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. -
WILLIAM: VALLEAIJ Clerk and Treasurer.
,
inconvenience the land
to
be no material propri MANSION: HO1 EE.
REDUCTION OF POSTAGE. PETIill IIOBAR11, Tax Collector.
ting.The Banks the Tallahassee fund the Treasury etors. An increase of the salaries of the Auditorand JAMUS: GIBSON, City Marshal. A II Bush and lady, Miss Mary I eman, Miss
AVe publish in another column, a petition to JOSHUA GRANT Harbor Master. Pittman, Miss Ann Gautier, Miss Bush.. Miss Kil-
JCongress, asking a reduction in the present high the School Lands, the :Militia.4y'stem, and the Treasurer i is also recommended. Weigh, Mater by, Dr Bellamy and son, E Bryan, S '\V Smith

.rates of l p )star;e. It is n subject in which all :Election of Territorial 01Iicersre all freely spo- Nothing has been done by the Trustees appointed \\TIT.LIAFOSTER, It. II. GOODLET, Marianna ; J.ti Shorter, Eufaula; Jno ltuse .0 P
arc
ken of and each are handled in a style that: de- to take charge of the School Lands ; and for \\'. II. HUGHES, C. J. SIIEPARD, Tillinghtast, Columbus; CaptV :S Baker, trig I.
deeply interested, and such Cupelan(1' Capt D fatten hip Garden
we hope 11
petitions will .1. B. S'JMRR t: II. Jl. \\ 001) ; Vapt
fce) widely circulated and presented to the assem- notes thl'arc. well consider/d. their better preservation it is recommended that ( >motion! of Mr. Roberts, the Council proceeded SUlllh, sclr Tcxter; 1l l1ickmson, Bainbridge] ; J

The condition of the tanks occupy a large they be placed under the protection of the Coun- to ballot! for two Inure Weigh Matters increasing E Dickinson, Va ; Caraway mith, Tallahassee;
bled wisdom of the nation, till a reduction is the whole number to eight and resulted in J S C1JInming: {lruincey; C II l\latht, N Orleans;
part of the Message. Niiflier of them during the ty Courts, within whose jurisdiction the lands }Dr Arrmstead W II h.lluhrough J :
made, such as shall meet the just expectations of I the election of THOMAS II. 1IALSEY and It. tevenson, V
the people. Nothing in our National Legislature last year have improved ; the Southern Life and maybe situated. CrnCM-HT( KERR.; J Day/J II Conery, A Dodge, Apalachicola.

lias been Trust and the Bank more oppressively unjust than this long and referred to Committe on Claims. \v Fond, St Louis; C penning, James Kelley,
continued tax. J'It is oppressive, because it is renew their banking operations ; but the certifi- slow progress that has been made in the organization Owen :M- Couriers account 'or hoard of pauper II It Taylor, Capt Clift, .\palachicolaj Mr her.

I cates of the latte' institution guaranteed by the of the Militia. But few returns have been Gray two weeks, was pat-s prl and allowed at ::>7. luau, :\Ir: Ford, Mr Ragan, New YorkV Spratt
expens'eunju
Very because it is unequal ; On motion: of Mr. 'cI''ller, Council adjourned. Bainbridge: Capt Thomas, Capt Shackleford, Capt
and this inequality arises from the fact; that those Territory, have nearly all been returned to the made to the Adjutant General, in consequence of Skoliield! llr rat Ulythe.

who impose this tax on others, are, themselves, Executive ant.' cancelled ; thereby relieving the which he can make no report of the Military THURSDAY EVENING, Jan. 11. -- "- -- ;

exempt from its burthens. This Territory Iron liabilities on her account. strength of the Territory, and she will thereforebe C'ounril/ meet this evening. Present, D. G. Ra- COMMERCIAL.LATEST
question, so ney, INlwyor ; Councilmen Babcock, Clements Far- .
'often brought! to the notice of Congress by petitions Not so, Jow ever, with the Union IJauk. Sheis deprived of the benefit of arms and equipments } rior, Guyon, Roberts, SchifU.-r; Simmons, Wood. -- ------- - ---- -- ------- -
and the the still delinquent on account of interest due to from the General Government. This is linut1 of 1 last meeting read and approved. DATES.-- -
press, representatives seem
Tin f'Hk reported the returns of WeighniastersIIaI
unwilling to listen with that attention which is I the holders of the Bonds of the Territory. There the more humiliating, too, as Florida is the only :,ey. Hughes and Broughton, for the month of Liverpool..Dec.. 7. New York. .J an. 9.
Havre . . "
due to their const tuPul. other I is notf due $310,350') of interest, and the aid of portion of the United States so delinquent in the i December last, which were read and ordered on 9. New Orleans,. 16.
; Why !permit na- file. Havana. . ]5. Charleston .. 10. .

tions to derive the }givM; benefit of an almost free the Legislature; is invoked, in exercising such performance of Military duty. A high compliment The following!! accounts were presented to Council -

communication by mail, among their people, so oif hority as it may possess, to compel the Bank however, is paid to the Volunteer Compa- I ; on" ;.n favor of 1 Roberts: Allen fc ('0. of$1:; 49! at sight i EXCHANGE.Checks X York .. ..
on
much in advance of this Republic ? England has ,110 pay this, as well as such as may become due nies in the paragraph below. \\ e presume that ont in fivor of J;. Brown, for work on streets, of .t Augusta. ,. .. ..par.)pnr.ton .
:
:.:330.. one' in favor of 1' Sullivan:; ., for work on .
tried it and found it to work well in practice. So hereafter. the GUARDS of Apalachicola come in for a share, .-treet.ire.. for $:'>43; () ; one in favor of Walter ]>.>--- ,. . I-2prcprem."

has The delinquency of the Bank cannot be attri ( for\voik on streets, of $S .11 1 1 favor of Chark-ston, .1-2
one in
despotic Russia. Still we pause, and inquire although they have not yet appeared in unit nn. Foy, ; Savannah,. 1-2 "

whether the present system can undergo a clisrge buted to the fault of the President and Directors. In a city like our's there should he two companies City' Marshal p.tjS''d. to date, for $ 17 41 ; all of which I'ilon\] New York ....'A) days ..1 per dis't..
tvt .
for the better. Why should our government tem There is now due this institution $: -210,000 inte at least, well organised and in full dress.We .- (reht motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded, it was ordered "" "" ....90.('j(4days..li. days..2;; a 2i "

porise in a matter so essentially important' They rest on mortgages, and as much more on accom- hope that the succeeding clause will rouse thtt Chanty Hospital Committee be author- On all other Xu.rit'rn; ; cities, the same rates.
i.-ed to contract with any person they may deem
certainly in this, occupy} a position biliim the modation paper, none of which can be collected. our Military zeal : proper to board the poor sick of the C'ltv.By -- FREIGHTSTo --

age. We are glad to see that the Apalachicola (The mortgages, in many instances, having yet "It is gratifying, however, amidst the general \Ir. Collects I: : I Resolved: That all improvements Liverpool. . . ... .;;-1. pr lb.

Chamber of Commerce" are moving by the selection twenty years to run.) The debtors still continueto apathy which pervades, to perceive that there is a rrf.ule.; shall'! be done under the correction ff f XewYorlc: ,. . . . ...,-L;c "
martial spirit which animates a portion of the the ('iinMiiitiee on Improvements, and contracts ]Jo.-ton, ..P .. ... .... _...:)':-\oIc "
of a committee, to memorialise Congress. enjoy the loan, without paying the interest, superintended by the }larrhaltud that all labor
and at the same time have entire and community, and which has prompted the organization hill spill only be allowed by their contract and approval -
and possession
Every city town in the country should unite of volunteer companies in many of the Adopted. COTTON STATEMENT.

and urge its importance, until the object sought:: : use of the property so mortgaged to the Bank. towns and villages of the Territory.\ The example ., The Mayor! reported that the following due bills tock on hand. .. . . ... ..211

js accomplished.At The Governor thinks there can be no doubt that of these patriotic citizens is worthy of irni- of the ('::ty had; bleu given to \h Ir. (iru-wold; for in- Received since our last, ... ..:),OIS

the Bank has full to collect both 'tation, and their military zeal is as creditable to tere-t !1iP; to the 2L th December last, on note of the previously .. .. ... 5'LS96
a meeting of the Apalachicola Chamber of power principaland them as it be serviceable to the country. city h'-l: 1 by him and now in judgment, vix : 36,112 bales.
may
Commerce, the following resolution was adopted : interest, and if there is any, that it should be These companies, in cases of emergency, may be 7 I I-'u''! Bills, rated Dec. 2th{ lS I 13: for Exported since o-ir last, ._. .5)8l,()
Resolved forthwith removed by the action of the Legislative Pearliest ,''ftiteach I( I .$700 (00 previously: ... 21,959
That a committee of three be rendered available, and would constitute the : P' "
appointed (fi i puo Bill=, of same tint!:'. .<. () each -:01) no 27.010 "
to obtain signatures to the petition laid Council. The necessity fur some such actionis and most efficient defence of the conntn'In .- 12 .' '* 25 each, ..:IIO MMI)

before the Chamber and that the President trans- strongly urged in the following paragraph : order to give encouragement to the formationof I Bill *' -. ... :*', 72 Stock on hand not cleared, .--. .29Utv3( "

mit a copy each to C. Bolton, Chairman of the others, I respectfully:: suggest the propriety 1 '' .. -. .. S'J;! yjAmn.ating : 1 COTTOXIAHKET.: .
New York Committee of 21 and to the Honora- "So large an amount of capital having been organizing them into independent battalions, under --
withdiawn from the Bank, as a loan : and hearing interest -S'LJiJ: ;:,0( \W have had a steady market for the week pa:t.
ble David Levy, Delegate at Washington, request- permanent officers of their own choice, and that they be : : : to ( not ) .
ing him to lay the same before Congress. by the :Stockholders, unless the interest is punctually made subordinate to no other military authority, Tr! Council then proceeded to consider the r .- Buyers generally having advantage. The sales; ..

--- paid, the Bank must be unable to pay the except tint: of the General of Hriules and the vi.--d >rdinances. th the Ordinance "iititlcd "An are :Jr, 76 bales. We quote inferior, 7.l a 7J ; ordi-
C Q- The "River God" has again risen in his interest: due the bond-holders. And if this ine- Governor of the Territory." er.titoice! l1ro\"idiu; for the assesstnert of taxes. A. fair 9
:\'c'." Wi;" wad hy"Ct'O'IS, aHI HIt: just six ::i-ct.tiri'- i jry, S a --4 ; middling, 85 a -l ; middling' ;
might.\ The upcountry has been deluged with hility shall continue until the expiration of the The Message; Closes with a recommendation of dilly I tt...;5d. .\11'. Farrior JIIIvt'd. to ;;mend the: 7th fair, 9, JiOi cents.

rain, and the waters of t.ie Chattahoochee are charter, tin responsibility of the Territory assumed applying to Congress for a law to elect all, officers !Ot'cti..a Inv :striking out the wOTlI If\"'" and tn"t'r- The transactions of the past week are as fol-
for the Bank, will be increased more"than ting and half"' as oommi.--ion.- Ije ,illowei -
.
within a few inches of the higth they attainedin 101 per cent, while the property mortgaged to the ofthe Territory (Judicial and :Ministerial excepte(1) It! fr tn-o collecting a the taxes which IIUIIOtlyn s. low> :-78 halt"sat2.1t 7J! ; l-Niat S; Cfiat.S 1-10;

the memorable freshet of '-H. The greater .. Bank, as an indemnity to the Territory, will by the people, and congratulations; on the Io-tbv I the casting:: Vote of the Jfavor.J r. Robertsthen : :,..5 at S; ; 477 at r.1; 209 at S'o-lfi 1 ; .-C>.) at S.*: : 2l IS at

number of our Steamers are above the bridges, probably not more than !pay the principal debt, termination of all Indian hostilities.PENNsyI.vANIA.The moved that said! section be amended so as to <\; 75 at H$ ; 171 atS.J j; :252 at ?; ; :t75 at 9 ; 13 at

unable to under them. The Tallahassee being upwards of ;f), pass -'- ;:''Jrl ti-n PLT rent upon poll taxes: ; was
arrived unpaid! to the manifest injury of the Territory ad."t.d.! Mr. 1 arriur, seconded by Mr. Robert, at 10; 50 at 10}; 5 at 101 bal Sea Island at 12!
just
reports no material loss of property. und injustice to the bond-holders. I most Governor of this State (
and .Messrs.: Hi,
cai-! -' Some few bales of Cotton, and two or three small ; earnestly invite the attention of the LegislativeCouncil ; : on the 11th in
houses which were near the margin of the river, to this highly important and interesting Legislature.! It is a very important document, ; '. Mers.: harbor, Wood and Clements.Tlie DOIE'T1CInKET: !i'Lf..ttl.r"
subject, and fervently hope that an adequate ; etglith' section was next read by the Clerk,
have been carried away. considering the position which Pennsylvania now and the said received in this city from New Orleans, :
remedy may be found to avert these anticipated Ordinance: as amended., pa=red I bv its
We received no mail yesterday from beyond e\' J... r&lds] in relation to foreign creditor/ : The Governor titl.. under date of Kith in-t., report the cotton market! y

-Chattahoochee, owing; to cause above, and this.. The time has arrived when we can no longer disavows repudiation in its greatest length Regulation I: 'rI;: ,'" (Ordinance ctt !'Etrantine\c.'vts entitled An Ordinance next for read ihe, J to \ c"nt letter tliuu it had beets tip previousweek.

will account for the meager quantity of commercial be passive spectators of a scene, in which the interest and breadth, and states that the debt and interest: (lIld I'u'.y! : passed. : bv i its litl,.. : .
\b.: the honor and' the good faith of the Territory ( 'ic, m'otion of J.ir. Schiller, Council adjourned.SATI'RDAY I NEW OR LEAFS; Jan. 1CO'rToIn our '
news ir :* paper. Jiow due is $::1 ',(JS 1OUO. lie recommends all ;-
t.-: I' are placed in jeopardy. The crisis de- !. : review of Wednesday morning we quoted a
A NEW STATK PROPOSED.-.\ bill has been mauds( ,prompt and itnmodiate'action. Our responsibilities mented taxes forthwith to meet the interest, and decline in prices ot a quarter to three-eights of ..1 \
: EVKMNG: : .Tun. 13. cent and \\e !stated that in of thatrrclaennn .
introduced in the of arc increasing in a ratio, with the insists that nothing but the distress: of the timeshave consequence
Legislature Tennessee, now accumulation of interest the bonds and the ( ','(incil! iivt tins! ewnin. Full Hoard present. in the r.tt'-s, b.nrrs had been in.l'ued to
on I
in session, for the establishment! of a lIeState : : prevented, its payment hitherto. The taxes .MliCite" read ;nd ;!'p,>rovcd I I1 enter the m irkrt inure freely tt'nlbh'! fair buincss i-
the be the
louder we delay, greaterill amount
out of the territory of E.ist Tennessee.: The of that responsibility.: The interest due from the however, arc not faithfully collected nor l Pirl \1: i'Wood, from ',\I'pt'cial committee appotnteil having been done on Tuesday. Since then i
to confer;/ with ('itv Attorney, and report aniendnenis the weath'-r has been as unfavorable' for business
counties proposed to be ceded, in order to form stockholders to the hulk: must be paid. And the otter, to remedy this I he recommends immediate to thi Citv' ('h:ipter, reporti-d a communiea- as can well:l f.w'; imagined. As to prices we cannot "

the new State, to be named Frankland," are interest' due... from the .Bank' to. the. bond-holdcrs.. : provision. by law.SPKCUJ.ATIOX. I lion Vrom C/ol.! 'II1I1H':', and aKo the draft of an quote any positive change, but we may state that \
must in like nrumer ne paid. Tile punctualityof I I net t;> r f twenty-six in number. II is proposed also in the the first will in the and the Council. bir-'d wii-n our last; was made has 1
party create an ability ; IN CoTTON.The New Orleans ht t tiie\ ('i.! -rk ; approved by report up apparently
* ,bill that to the new State may be added such sC'cot/ll'.uty/ to discharge its obligations ; but until "O>* motion( of Mr. Wood, seconded! it is ordered l b en arrest'''J-indeed, holders, during the
portions of the States of North Carolina, Virginiaand I some efficient measures are adopted, for this Courier' says, that an anent- of the home of ltnthscluld } Int."he: Mayor\ forward the draft of an act to amend' l l.t-t two days, have: in general manifested: no eagprnesv :
of the !stockholders reposing in is in that city with orders to purchase all the (:':;Cliarter;: to our Representative; and urge tl> r.aliz;' at the current rates, and many .of
Georgia, as be ceded for the purpose many thereof.Ofi : them rt'fn'eto sell unless at above
may purpose. bite 'to.prlml.te the paige prices our quotations -
the in the market.To .
imaginary: security they enjoy, in the want of the cotton .
motion of \Ir. Roberts., seconded, it i is orIcrcvl ; The transactions; oi the week amount to
PRINTERS GOING DOll.'ll.-The Chilicothe power on the part of the Bank to enforce collections I that the ri.ante of Mr. C'lro: !sub-tituteil: ,1 ill I(;;,ItO balesof winch 10,000) bales were taken

Advertiser : will not, it is apprehended, make the the Senate and Hints of Representatives the ;'(-l'f' 1:1' Mr. Ilurd, in the bond of the MarshalM during the past:: :hree days, at from 7 to 10| cents
says necessary exertion to pay the interest now due, or of the Uniteil States: Scluil'er! reported\ that he, as chairman of per Ib.
"The following officers of the Legislature of I that which will hereafter accumulate.'t r The undersigned: citizens and payers of Postage ( :Jonjrnittee on Charity Hospital: had contracted/ :-luI-n conM-quence of the weather having
Ohio arc all practical printers : John M. Gallaher, I am gratified in being enabled to inform the respectfully represent with Donald Campbell for boarding the poor ick continued very wet and disagreeable!: since our review -

Speaker of the House; Charles Borland, Clerk of. Legislative: Council, that during the past year, r 1. That the rates of Postage:: now imposed by i of the' city for tip;: per week each in good fund, of Wednesday noruiugT: the transactions
the lower House ; D. Robertson, Clerk of the the Bank has: made arrangements with some of the Government are exorbitant, oppres-i\e: to tin* and i : presented" the proposals of !)r.3. Green andpehcer in :Sugar on the Levee have been quite limited.
Senate." the holders, by which a considerable amount of People and calculated to defeat th"-avowed object ; for ( 'it\. Physician and the proposal of I Dr. Prict, .1?, to tip cents per Ib.
of making the Post Oflice Department pay its= ( ;ir.-'ri to ante'nil the poor sick of the city and furnish Mi :. iis: -There: has not been much business
What a falling ofl' is here and what arc we the bonds of the Territory have already.hecu
; medicine-at ) 1 and doing iu Molasses the Levee since lat
own expenses! : : i'lM( per year, was accepted, ; on our ,
coming to ? The above strikes us with astonish- taken up ; awl it i is expected that others will" he 2. That the Franking Privilep->, as it i is" now authorized !, the: ('committee instructed to inform Dr. Green; curtly owing, however to the had state of the .

ment, and 1 we cannot believe it until we have the retired in a short time, and returned to the Executive and exercised, is: unju-t: unequal uiti- I tll'?"uf and m.ike Hich contract with him weather.! A= to prices there is no change, the 1
to be cancelled. Having ceased to exerciseits republican, and unglnt to be utterly aboli>hed, except :\i r. Wood, from the Committee on Printing, current rate beings-till23 cents per gallon. ':J
proof.' What tell us that a JouRNEY PRINTER banking privileges, and all the energies of its as it may be expedient to allow it to cover, reported the proposals of the ('uHlnlt'rciald't'ui- FI.OIM, :-We have still to report the Flourmarket '

-a professor of the art preservative of all olhcerp being devoted to the collecticn of its debts the strictly official! correspondence of the Post p.;'rand Florida: Jouinal; to l'rintlhl' minutes of theiioleedings. in an excessively dull state, with a constantly accumulating "
and the of its liabilities, the Bank Office Department itself ; ( : of Council and the Oidinances" and on stock, which is now larger than we !
payment pre-
arts-a disciple of Doctor Faut-would con- claims aid l and and 3. That not one-third.. of the correspondence, of innlion of :Ir. Robeits the Council proceeded to have known it fur some months. Piices. S4 2.) to !
descend to accept such an olliee as Speaker of sents strong to our support, !the country now pays rostage' in" the JLtlls; nor 1i1! ,'' ",)! !"ideration of said proposals, and the propon $ :; the hope is indulged, that under its present economical will it until the rates of Postage: : are greatly reduc ;'n of :Mr. Dominge to do the City Printing for "'11)HlLE.Tan.) 13 -COTTON-AVe the t'
the House, or vulgar; Clerkship of either body and judicious management! its operations ed, and the Franklin Privilege abolished ; S StJ per yt'ar.'a,.: moved to be adopted, by Mr.Jierts market on this day week unsettled, although report exlilhiting ':_

No-Tell it not in Gath !" If these fellows may he so conducted, as to discharge all its obligations i- 1. That a uniform charge of five cents, in advance J:,' and lost bv} the casting vote of the Mayor towards=: the close a rather better feeling, out-

have thus brought down the respectability of our ; and relieve the Territory from its respon- on each letter weighing: not more than half| (.in, motion of :\d r. Guy duly, seconded, that of which a more regular state of things was anticipated -
sibility." an ounce, and of five cents/ additional on every tint proposals of Mr. Boyle to print the Minutes of ; for the current weekIn the ;arlpart of
business and the dignity of the craft, we hope of made the Ter- half ounce thereafter, for all distances, would afford tin-pioceetlings: of Council and Ordinances, at th,' week ordinary and middling! qualities being i
The appropriation :50,000 by "
they will be' marked' by every Jour' as worse at least as!" much revenue, and be vastly more her.f. :S7;: ) per year be accepted. The s-ame was adopted clnellv: enquired for, sellers realized an advance on
ritorial Legislature in 1539! for the defence of the ficial to the Public, than the present exorbitant t.pu. motion, Council then adjourned.; TII cJay Wednesday of J a 4c these d-- ;;
I than rajs. They should have their head lines WILLIAM VALLEAU upon .
frontier, for which the Union Bank now holds the rate : Clerk. fciion! ;-since then they have been less sought :
battered,' their foot sticks' knocked from under f). That the present arbitrary, capricious and excessive ---- ------- alter, rid the impro\ement is considered lost.- .
Bonds of the Territory, having been only in part charges the of printed mat ,
on
them, and their' forms' well 'plained, down.- conveyance 1-'RtNCII S-rlatiIiRs.-The Paris Correspondent The w :"ek's sales stun up, as near as can be ascertained I
paid by the Government of the United States, it ter, other than newspapers, IiI the Mails,from!seem dIrectly : of the Boston Atlas says, in one ol his lat- about 10,500 bales.PASSENGERS.: .
Every printer should take after them with a calculated to drive away custom the
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is recommended that the Council pass a resolution Department, when its plain interest! should lead it letiers, that the French Minister of Marine has -- ___ i

sharp 'ttick' and 'chase' them c\en to the instructing our Delegate in Congress to urge this to court and attract business, as all of us arc obligedto : i-swd;, an order to the Commandant at L'Orient, : .-

devil,*-give them a dose of 'lead' and rule do if we would live by it.V c would therefore urging him to hasten the armament of the four Per steamer Siren-Mr. A 11 Bush: lady ; Mrs t)

them}' out.: We will not sit tamelyjby and see claim before the proper Department, and if we request the adoption of a uniform H ate of Postageof ; Ir.uisluulic. steamers fitting out there. The Pre.-tcn ; Miss :Mary B''man, M J Pittman: Miss:

fail in procuring a proper reimbursement for this one-half cent on every Newspaper, Pt'rlodlcalor Fp-nch! are training every nerve to have a force Ann ( ;iIltierli.s:5usanan: : Harriet Bryan, Miss
our craft thus 'implJ:(:d' upon, and if any more sum, it will be proper that the Legislative Council Printed Sheet, conveyed in the :Mail, when the\\ ol'Meatu ve>sele of war \superior to that of England Bu-h Miss ( ;Jodwin, Miss Kilby, Miss Baker
'cases' of this 'sort' occur, we move a general Postage is paid in advance and double that sum committee : :M -:-.r,: Stark, Bryan, Preston, Stevenson, lmt
and S
consistm
t-peeial : the
make the Bonds be : a (
an appropriation to satisfy conveyedvh
on ,each sheet which may so :nit lib, Day, Cowdrey, McFauI.
meeting of the Typos be called to take the mat- held by the Bank. There are still unpaid nine- is not paid in advance. illiniter) of Marine; as president and twelve Per :suhr F >am-D McNab, J N Harris, Sweet,

ter' in hand, and express their' impression' in 6. That the reduction of our Hates of Postage members, (amont; whom is the Prince tit Joinville hell, Crane. :.
of these Bonds
to the trade being undermined in this teen of$1000 each. to sums computed, and payable in the Federal; ; now Roar Admiral,) has been appointed b\ Per steamer ('olunihus-31r. Stone \ lady ; Dr.

regard The Commissioners of the Tallahassee Fund, Currency of this Union, is demanded by a .mst regard royal ordinance: for the purpose of making iDl ai- E (t' Bellamy \ son ; Dr. M LAnuistPdd ; MessrsIt ,
foul' manner. Nothing could'justify' them in to National character no less than to the obViOUS rics!: respecting the buildings, organization. and Hoc t :, J G Shorter, T \V Edwaids.
have been to make credit
obliged contract
forsaking their own legitimate avocation and occupying a on convenience of the People. arming of war steamers. 'steamer Gen'l Sumpter-W I Kimbrough,
for the further completion of the Capitol, in consequence 7. That the penal enactments and de11tItlClationiy *, ----- .\l 11'. Paramore.Per .
such places, unless the'press' of hard which is sought to compel the people to ,lJi,.- "M
of the failure of to make the y it :: ; steamer Jas Y Smith-Mesrs S McKay
times were upon them, and they were near themargin' Congress port the, Post Office, when their own interest and THK STHAM NA\'Y.-Tlle experiment ofturn- \V S Ifewl jr., H K Hunt, W N Jones, W Dickini"
expected appropriation. The contract: is spokenof convenience may be better subserved" without it. ink thc old :;ij-gun frigate, Penelope, into a steamship son, S E Dickinson.Per .

of starvation. If they had been a long as a favorable one, and will tend to the perma are absurd, tyrannical, iiieflicient for any IoipuP by cutting' her in two, lenuthning her tifty or steamer Siren-Judge N Baker- lady; Miss -

time without a 'bank issue and had o quoins' !? e, nd ought to be abolished. 1ln 1 r..1. sixty feet, and supplying her with powerful en- Tatem ; 'apt. J J Lloyd ; Messrs KC Adams,
of the
out with why, it would be some ex- nent completion building.The vVheretore, we entreat your! honors p c pot!tt'9 to glues, has completely succeeded. From the acct Jos Foster. :lith, 'lllln : Cheesborough.
to'space is next of and revisionof take: early, decided, and ellident measures for the ;ult of her performances it Per schr Boston-Meters A Dodge, C Connery,
Treasury that
spoken a > she is
tenuation. and we could i find it in our hearts to relief of ihe People from the }burdens! under whi,.], appears \\"C 80n. .
the measure' of (ur language and' makeup the tax law and an increase in the rate of the they have long groaned, and which} threaten the etpial, if not superior, in swiftness, and superior Per steamer Tallahassee-Mrs. Robinson )hiss .
the
finest
change land tax strongly recommended. The amount destruction of the utility and solvency ol the post in steadiness to steamers in the Royal Scot, Dr. Waketield, Dr.Caidner; ; ; Messrs \\'akc- '
with the aggressors ; but i until we hear that Office, by the total withdrawal of the public Confidence miry: and as there are upwards of fifty vessels Branch, Dudlcy11'lr1ey.( .

'feuch were the circumstances: we shall consider received into the Treasury for the last year was and patronage.NONCIIAI.ANCE.We. thi: same class in the Royal navy which have be- Per steamer Apalachicola-J Hewitt.H .

and the jeers of all only $7,180,33, and the balance remaining unex- cd.uie worse than useless as frigates since foreign
them entitled to the'roints' .r)70,3l of all this sum received, only saw a tine fellow, )'es- nations;,t have taken to building line-of-battle ships ATS.-Just received per brig Mary from ''

the followers of Franklin, and shall hold them up pended ; terday, call for a gin and bitters,' when the barkeeper I tit der that name, many mere of them will be \ew York, a few dozen fine CASSIMERE .

11 for all hands to :ob' at until they are overrun' 151,18 have been derived from the land tax, and told him, to pay up his old score iirst.- tr 'unformed: in a similar manner, and great addi- Hats, latest fashion, 3 beautiful article. _

}r with shame and- give proof that they have I. this from the collector of one county only. No- Why, Mike,' said the fellow, 'if I owe you any. f ti iu'n be thus made the strain navy of the country For sale by s B HAMILTON & CO.,

thing has been received from the other counties, thing I'll drink it oyt with yun !' ill!:!'a small expciiic.: -A'//g//j/j'- Ptiptr. j.m22 17 Water street
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IMPORTS M I inib'1 Fashionable Clothiu Alexandria Lottery. i FOR LI\'F.RPOL.-Th A I, ship
toM ;{ .
Mary-1 pkge .mdze.
YORfC.-Per brig C E
\Efr j W CLASS: Xo :3. GEORGE; SKOLFIELD Skolfeld, rnas-
1: V'Tavlor 5 to T II \:: C H.Auptm; 14S: to I h P D.l1ly'xp'tctl per Nig'R
: : --- atJllcjrandria I). C. Jan. ?t1,1Sf n.EVEXTYFIYE ter,1i.t il1, her entire wjll
zn toKimbrough &: ltjdgwav ; 10( to (rlpt. ---- '- --- Brown, fr:>m Nefy'V.'rk, ahnre; To ledrnwn : cargo engaged:
Crocker Bow: ; l1i to harper .1:: Uolmt 1 >!'j WJ: to Moore POUT; OF APALACHICOLA7.( '.-:JanT 22d.CLEANED and splendid assortment of FASHIONABLE : NUMBER L01 TE1\ r:.tci, with less:tltch. For passasre apply to

::11th-en7ie; 1j: to P Hubert; I(9 to LuckII tit .1: --.-- WINTER &. SPUINGCLOTHING KOVUTEEX UKAW.V.._ BALLOTS. HARPER & HOLMES:: ,
!
YHm10) to 1t (]dell: 2 to B E1I15ou.Co.: .; 2 to : consisting of fine Schclue.I ian lS :Water st.

i ? M Mclvay; 52 to J Dar.\:" Co.; -*.*) to McKay r t& Ship Nile, Kenney( fur Boston, by D Wood Cloth Dress and Frock'Coai.. ; Ilrt.NJU..IS..SluIxM) FUR U\.EHPUUL-The fiit
Green & ConnenSO to \: m II & Co. PRIZE 01'.v::; i< -sailinr
2
t Hartshorne to : and
Stark: 7 to:Hill, Dawson AT C(,.: 3 1S to C >: Russell Sh'P Charlemagne, packard, for New York by 1 it 1 and Figured Valencia Vests plain Silk, satin, i r-wj.12,fJlIt) Br. ship COnJTENAY, George Tur-

I box to Commercial Advertiser Once.FW \V A \\'ood. 1 ; .- 1 ;,'*$). ,l'kJO* ntr master, will meet with despatch.
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\; ORLEANSPer sehr Foam-4l b bis! molas- Barque John Brower, Simon, for Providence by .J = Blue, black and colored, plain i ..-",.yo.r.nfU, For freight apply} ti> .

dol1.:.k'y. 7-;> do Flour to Kimbronsh Ar&wav T Mitchel.. -- mixed :and ribbed Pantaloons. 1 .v.,;-)//l,. . . .".. rill) dec'2. ,V. A. & P. C. KAIN.FOR .

; :mJ pkgs mdze to D McXab ; 13, to Barque Gilbert, (3iH'n, for N Orleans by II 1) Also, a general assortment( of Boots and Shoe 1 . . . .2,50)0.-: "'-)114)t -. -- .- -- -- -

.TAD' Harris. Darden. Hats, Caps, &.c., which will be sold low by 1 . . . ."-,+It)1'). . . ..,.I)!N.I LIVERPOOL.-British: barque
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IVr srhr Floridian>;2 Ivimbrnuch bbls! whiskey} I t:9.1 mo- Brig Lawrence Copeland, Baker, for X Orleans, SB HAMILTON fc CO., .- . . 1,t ItJ tl. . .. .1.!Jl',.tI ..' Honr.RTr..TT', Johnsonmaster, i is
1 1aw=, 11 ro .n Water !street.Itcsidy now disehargm: ::, and will be ready to
I . . . I ,1)J11): . . .1.hUt)
5hh.J sHgarJ l.ttOIpr :'S screw Wilke
SObblsflonr. > Mary Gait
I for Fall River W in few das for winch
by recefreight: a apply to
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und plate to TLM.tciiel, ; o bales LagHl! 1 anchor T Wood. Made Clothing : 1 . . . 1 ,;;00. . . I ") clccIJ J ; J. DAY&CU

to n H Wood Ar ( u ; 91 scks collee to l H D Schr Seminole, Taylor, for X Orleans by II D XT :MILLER <. CU., 4ft; Wa- 2. . . . .1,250. . . .t..I) -- -- -. -----.-.

V.mien.tl !this angir, o d,> flour, 40 do whiskey D.srden.: {'l j\i ter street, have just received 2.. 1,2110. .. . . l'f UOf FOR Ll\"EUPOOL-Ship TALLAIT -

:30 do mol.A *:V': "', Tt'"' :3 CLkril'ai>l> ( >chr C II Hooper} llamlin, for Baltimore by T per late arrivals ireneral l assortment ) !Vi/.es 1 XW. .arc.t><'U I" ''0 vsrr, Hadly, master: will meet with
rheese to \Ielvay A: Hartshorne ; .j pkgs mdze to lMitcllrl.Scllt 5'JO' H r 111)111', + I '
v.: of NEW and FASHIONABLE : II;). dt'st'atcll. Fer freight apply to
Hill, J1.t\\>(tn .'-* C" ; 1'"'1 du' to F L LJrecnwooJ* ', :: Cape Cod, :\Tr'Kis-on. for Havana. 1 READY MADE 20.-100\ . . .",Uilll dt-rli I J. DAY & Co.

10 do S whr Cro-by Textor! ; 48-: 145 do to pkss order.mdze to W II Sehr (Lion ilk Chit Biauch, for New Url ans.:3rhr CLOTHING, consisting of Over .JI}. . # . .....)_ . . 1 2.JI' +) _... - ----- -- -
{ Rogers e \ViNuii
Per for Port Leon.
17 fihd's ?'Isar to J Day &: Co.; :XJS pk;, to 'apt. Schr :dect'l't: fur Port: Leou. CoatsSacksSurtuntsPalaCSt : : :-- :").')1). . . . ..I"f).. . . ';)tJU FOR PHO\'IDEXCE.-Thc Barque'

'U1l1h ; 1"0 do to order. \ !. &.C., &.C.. as follows : 01 .11 O"J. l!,'II'"' JOHN )BROWKR; Sutton, master', will

I'nchr B* ston-16 hhds sugar, 50 bbls: molasses Cloth, Beaver, Flushing and G-J ...--1:l1 l/. .ft>,!i *;i i have immediate despatch. For freight
All I: 1 RIVED.: .
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bt ti) do wlu key, 173 do flour, W c.-k bacon, 15 Ship Gardiner; fatten fin Point IVtre -. -- Satinet Over Coats ; 1...... . . . . .0 ILJ. .-.*, : or passsaze: apply to
master.
k/s/ lard 10 reels packing yarn to Dod, le; Ar lard ; Brit \larv, \Uichas-on. 12 day: fm New to York, to Plain black blii.%" bro\n and invisible areea I'J- . . . . .:N'). I . ', 1111'' ian _J THQS. L. :MITCHEL.

ncr; 211 pks mdze to Green: Connery ; Ni4 McKay \ f l.lrt.-hornr. Frock and /Jress Coats 12-. . . . . ..-11). . . .-).1'1/ ------- FOR N YOIK-Th-- FLORIDA
do t.l M.> ... .
Brig Win L Jones Tykr fin X York and Sack 2 .3U. ... 111
Coats
to
lL'APl'rschr Uodne-100 bks coffee, 153: Harper Cloth, cassim'ere tluhing ; J. Crocker, master: having. aU her
cargo
do mol.as"r::. 2 cases sweetmeats, 1 do sears to .\::Holmes.Sihr Foam. Rowland Cloth, cassimere and satlinet Pants of ditUrcntcolors 1'"i:: :.. . . . -'J- I. . . .:>',-), "1 I !50 -:4' between decks engaged, will meet \virhdesl.arch.
I days fin X Orleans.: .J *!*. 1111> ,lp ,
Bo,>eA 1nddard:2; cases:SWeetmeat m segars Schr: StlectVrt ; and patterns ; 5,05 For deck lood or passage, apply Cl'i
Wliitrnan-h A: Richardson ; 2 cases se,ars toVrrry Elizabeth Caroline, b days, Wilson fm X Orleans.Schr fin St..Marks. Plain and figured: silk, s.ll1l1"J.hnci and (.as; i- .-)"-,.-).)- ,.. . . . ..11). . ._)..._"),_, II) 1 :\IcJ .\Y & HARTSHORNE,

,\:; Dickm+ >on ; 5 in segars: and fruit to Capt.Lvan Schr Rodney: Evans, fm llawna to B l;' hope?. mere vests; janl5 -111> Water: street.
; .*.: lu do to order. Schrhxee'IfurVoodburv! fm ClMiiet-ton! to White muslin and linen Shirts ; 31,112 Prizes. ,. . .amoanting to $59,59'
( 'u.ct LK TOX.-Per schr Exct'lsior-72 hhd- coal :Nours-e \ Stone. Colored du do do\ FUR NEW YORK-The Packet brig

to W .\ V P C Kain ; 27 cks: rice to .1 Day.Co ; Schr Bo>u>n.. Br.ulley d\,>: fm Xew Orleans to Red and white iluinel Shirts and Draws:; ; Tickets$10: -shares in proportion.For ,;X'' I\HY: Richardson! : master, having two
ck.mdf to c ;rt.'t'n.. Cannery :30 I chnCl'. 10 C ...:
; J Day v\r: Co.Schr. Striped shirts ; Negro Pants; thlrdj of her canro: eiiijavred and going onboard
jikg.and 1 bbl order.
0 to : Floridiau, Brown, fm X Orleans to B Lllison : Dungree Frocksand; \ Trow-es 1 ; sale at the .:\!!encv of will have despatch. For balance of freight

EXPORTS. \:" Co. Socks;: and Mittens! ; Bouts and Shoes; J. G. GREGORY: Jc COManagrr; -. or ins-sage, apply to the mater or to .

TOPer:; ship Xile-919 bales cotton. li-.uu:Schr.L: Textor. Smith, fm Xew Orleans to B LlCo. Hats, Caps, &.c., &.c., for sale at New York 27 'Vatl'r- trcct. Jlc K.\Y cV HARTSHORNE 1 ,

SfYOPoKP r s-lup l Chtrl..ma'nt'-Il.: ; !!>"> Inl..' --- Prices.: Lu'. .? Apalachicola, Jan. 22, IS I 11-. jan22 -10. Water street.__
PRnnfHnPer barque John Brown-f't)2) bis.NKW : --- - .
ORLEANS-Per brig Lawrence Cop<-landbales VESSELS IX PORT. : ,. CODFISH fcc., &.c. CHECKS !Checks on New York and New FOR NEW YORK-with despatchThe -
50" cotton. Jan. 22.-Sloop? and lighters; : not included. 1..1.\CKEIEL' < a, Mackerel ; for sale at the Agencv' of the Auusta packet ship FLORIDIAN, W Pratt,

Per barque: r.ilhf'ltl1 bales cotton. SHIPS.Andrew ;:. 25? hf do No. 2, do. i Insurance & Banking; ; Co. ,.:.. master;:; has: ir.v.;st of !her cargo engaged

Per (hr 1.\01I-21i lak's. ing-lenl.;:; Scott.; S.iltfr.Courtenay Emory. old tons, for X York, load- :12 du No. 1, do.2'j Also, Fire and .Marine bin/ralceby For freight! or passage; apply to

Per chr "mi1Jlle-illI) bales.) (iSr.) Turner (!03 ton, for I.herpool), : qr thei 0. 1, do. janl JAS. KELLOGG. A ?nt.CHECKS NUL'RSE & STONE,
H.\f.TJ\l'IPoF-l'er: chr C 11 Iloojwr-12:: ) }bal-'s.HAVAM 15 kits No. 1 do. janifj; Water
waitiniV" A & PC Kain. ( sale the -17 street.
ON NEW YfHK-For at
-Per schr Cape Cod:325 barrel-. : _
Floridian Pratt -100() for X York 15 do No. 1, Salmi
ions, loading HI ;
FALL KUT.R-Per schr Iarr.llkt''. -213: hiles= .; of Mechanics: Bank. FOR NEW YORK-The barque GLEANER.
Xonrsf &:: :::IIJUt. ;5') boxes Codfish ; : -
.
-- ( ;ardrnlrrl'etten, 310' tous, waitipg, -MaN'r. TO hf, bbls No. 1 Mess Shad E. C. SCR.XTOXerlt.. : Stevens, master, having most of
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCI-! :. George; SkolhVki! SkoihVld! 414 tons, loudin? for J Sardines ; Apalachicola Dec .I, 1:43. ,Ot her cargo engiged, will have cspatch.Fur .
Lh/anMh! fm case : ;
Per schr Caroline St. Marks leihalos
J.in'rl'lltI-IIarp: ,'r \ ]Holme] i balance of freight, apply to
ht and sold :
cotton to Xourt-e : tune.Prr 1 do Pickeled Lobsters ; ; by
Liverpool Coffin12 EXCHANGE-
steanvr Columbu-: OIl{ bales cotton to ChasRosers Lyon. Ryan., Ml tons: tuutyalnnJ W.III1I1-.1; Day D..1yCo.\- Co. For sale low byDODGE \rJ[. G. POUTER, -jan- -, ___ uu_ _..CHARLES_ ROGERS _

; 19i! ( to '' Uolm-s: ; 71 to T 11 A- Marv A:: :9'.-an. Weekso92; ton, \\"illtlu-I; B & GARDNER. dec 1 Agent Bank Brunswick.MERICAN FURE\\ YORK-The fine coppered
C H Au-tm ; 14 to TV Edwards.PT "Wood Co. j1n-2 10 Water street. 3 ship ANDREW SCOTT, Emery, master,
"
st'-am-T ; 1. Sunl -ter.-603: bales A GOLD.-For sale in sums to suit f
"I\! :: cottonto Medrin-ch. -- L
t base, 570 ton for X Orleans loading half her and
: hjts cargo: engaged; going .
I'.Kirnltrou A" Kidcway ; 95 to Xonr.--* Store; -II D bard--n. ELLIOCo.; ., 03: Water street, olI r ...f1... purchasers,
in:; to \\' A A' P C K nii ; 41 to Mr. }'.Iratnore: ; Nile, Kt, iiiy: ready I'lIr ?e a-I) B Wood A; ('(I. B U.r sale a (larc-c stock of rnisocltoricous: good, bv"WM.. G. PORTER & Co. on board. FIT balance BENJAMIN of freight,SALTER apply to

1 to BVood V: Co. ( ><" 'ui. \V141'iCII, .jfj4, ton-< waitin:;-?>Iaifr.llobt. winch i they are preared[ to sell at reduced pi ices, janl -H Water st. ,
Per Siren 3. : & water
a bal street.
at'ainer s cotton to Lockhart Parker, lUvidit) 5SW! ton.-; for Sew Orleans, fur cash, umonliich are the followni! ; :- jan )
A: Youns; ; titnJ) (; ii.mey: ; tioB S Hawjey : 10) ON COTTON.-Liberal advan '
loading D H.Jod A: Co. -F1
::
Groceries of all l descriptions, A1)\r.\Xl'ES NEW YORK The fine fast-
Farrior Ar Co. 2 bxs to'bacco; \ ; -
to \ ,
; :: to 1.: Porter AC Tallai.j.! : ''r. 1ladlrylJ, tons, wairin-J D.1v.Tray for sale, or :shipment to New -
< .; 1 bale bids to Ary A; Jones. 20iijij!) I choice Havana: Sears; : sailing copper anti coppcr- ;;tene shipCiiARLRMAKNEr
Hill525 wit offered tvNOUR'4
waiting Wright.: York, Boston or Liverpool, are .
Per steamer Louisa-25(1( bales cottf i' To W .\ A PaintOil; &..e.Crockciy .,- Packard, master. For
PC Kain: ; 1 f 2 to Kinrbrou-h A::; Jlid: ;uav ; OJ toW H.\; l nQ rES. GlasswAre; &.c. ; : & STONE( frtl uiit, or passage, applv to W. A. WOOD,
G Porter Co. ; 7 to .1 D.t"0..; :?:'i i'to McKay Br. Robert Watt.: JO 1I1'out, .'1 ton?, for Liverpool, Scaleatid: Weights, Iron Hollow WarcAsirial > janS -1'Vater, st. k-rli I I 23 Water st.
V II ..tfhlf! 10 do and 2 boxy tobacco waiting Day A; C". .
; : to
L.mips, SEED 5nu bushels Petit Gulf Cl t
Condor. U'i2: :}(> ton* for Xew York ; -
Ltu'khart vV Y 011:1 :, loading- COTTON
;; FOR NEW OILE.\XS.-Tl1e schr.
I Hoes, Shovels, Stiadesai.d Ploughs: received sale t
1 E; C :SrGentlem.iii. ? n. ; Just for bv
Per Jas Y ; 1
PtTrV 5c steamer Di''J:'""**" ; '*'Smith' *" I..-oJ SfJ.l)..bal...), '.s\: rotton\'J Water_st. FOAM, Rowland master, will have immediate -
:earner Siren-lio' lul '> of forton! toV ( ; inGillj.rt:!-B IT Hop ';. Ivory Setts, 51 pie(vs: i despatch.: For freight or passa .

Port''r ('o.; 13: to Dik; ;aney: S to I HS: Ihwi.r. ; : GIV.-JI.; :29: tons, for N Oilcans, ready. for Collins' Axe-, And ]Irons, Shovel and Tcngs, -VOTICE.--Six I weeks :rcfter date, I shall nppl!; .::,-, apply to the captain on board, or to

9 to Tillinzha. :Starkv ('o ; 5 to X ]Bak-r.; iI-J!H I U Kinkn.Gleanor. 1 liaising: : : and C.ilti Rope, : J_ i to the Honorable Jud. :,e' of the C' tlntomt B ELLISON &. CO., .
.. .. Strve i=, 2r;:: ton?, for New York, ready of Franklin county for letters of administration '
1''rteamrr Tailaha; -101 "Inl-- i-.ttoji to T: Twrie.s: and Shoe Thread, j jan?: ? 31.ater street.
I* .Teanrenaud : ti it to M"K-ay: Hart.-honi-:: 'I) To for .<"-a-Chas J Rogers.: l' Cotton Leading: Lins, on the estate (MARY A. SCOTT, late of said ----

\1't; Port.-r- Co. ; 12: .i to' Lockha'-f AY un? ; NohBriwn\!},Wood, vV 27 Co.:)' !onlUr) Boston: !loading- 1 Pai.! ti-d l'ukts. Tubs and Measures, ; county, deceased E. J. WOOD '' FOR NEW ORLF.:\NS.-The A 1.,

15 to J Dav Ar Co. C'l.j'!l'jfnd;! Wagons: c -\p lar-hictlla. Jan. 17th, 1'-1 I lt. jnr.Jr.w: irfx oirk: GILP.ERT,' Given, master, having
Per stehi'-r .ApaUchicola{ : bales) cotton to BUIGS.Cyno.irK' : Mats: and I"r.v.m-. -r5J< (I.er entire rariro eniratred! will have despatch
M'-K.iy I AH.I t-hor.ie, 4' to Pre-ton A' Maclay, Il+clu2on.U ton, .airill-TI Ellison : OTlf'E.-\1l' person havin claims against above. For
111 r io"A AP C K.tin. 32 to J L 11.--1vit. Florida Crocu'T; 2iH\ ) ton-, fm N Yoik, d! -t.h.lrg-: J''"+ )' 1u') pairs prime. ]R'irt's liroganz.: i i 1 I Thomas \Villiams, late of Jackson: county, as. HARPER passae apply& HOLlIES to::
l'I'M ") Thicic ,
rug-McKay A; H tru-hornt1. : [ deceased .
are required to the duly 1
present lime
Apaluciiirola PricesCtivreni.itt Mary, KieharoSon.. li-!!:> tons=, for New Murk, load Ladies flue Tippet, Ladiecommon dl| authenticated within the tune prescribed: bv lawor janl5"I--- -'\ stree.Firo -
iris-\Icliav \ Hart-horw.! \' of WomenShoes
: } aVsoilmet.t ..
,
(" )'' 1:1-: :'TFr "'EF.KT.Y. Win L J.loiifTyVr: fm :, York, discharging i Hats: and Caps Wool Sporting) ;: Hats, : this entice will !)( plead) in bar of their recon Insurance Agency.rpIIE .
-- - HarperV lIolm-5=. r-. All persons indr-bted to said estate are "NEW YURK EQUITABLE INSUR-
.. Saddles and Bridle?, !
AU 1"11'1.1:". i T.. make 1. "
to immediate
requested settlement.THO ANTE CO. with
of
:::-t'lItXEJ: I Sdddle-ba atsd Girths, a capital S-30y,000 have
' Ih.r'Y'H; :;' . .\\t'ryd... : i't 1Jld.i. Bo tl.n. Bradl'-y, -, fm X Orleain, discharging- :'J'VJ' pieces: Prints, <. M. WHITE. :Admini-trnf appointed the undersigned! : their Agent, to make
I / . . . I. :t. 20; .1! I Day: vV ( '0. ; Mariannn, Jan. l''tb, 1' 11. .ian '1 3n' Insurance in the City (,t Apalachicrla and its vicinity
Osn.ibirr and) ; ..
... . . Shepfings100 ; : --- -- -
lull' .
-
-
17 I ti ----- -
-
a. C H J1I1'r, Hainlin, !II thus, ready for "ca-T L --- -- Cotton in
on
lUi.n Row: :- 'IinilU . 't i3r I lb.} . a .!IKentue I\ .Mitcii'lEc :! l Moiisline: de Lame Dresses, : lUa.'shal Sale.By Warehousey Qf1*, Presses,

V ... 4* .. 4 it a S'!* .bi'lr; Woo.jburv! "fi: ton<:. fin (.'ltarle.-ton, dischai IJlanWt:< and Flannels, : virtue of a writ of mortja t fi. fa., issued or on the Wharf, :.nil ov ry f.tt. Ascription of t,

JJACOV-Sid- ... .: . -4 a Jit ::in::- \"our-f V Storn: *. ]litilannia'VareLard Lamp, : 1 the :Superior Court for Franklin tlerchmdise.lso, on Warchcifios, Dwellings,

:"Jolllt1..r= .. . . :1 : t Floridian Brown., : } Iou fin N Orleans, ditcharcini : Ca-turs and Hush Di>hrs, : to me directed in favor of county: and other buildings, Househcld Furniture &c.,
Robbing Branch
1 1..tillsn ..... .... ... fi j a *>- :.-15 Ellison i ,\: Co. Nurse ( & !, a::;(ina;:; loss or d.tinagc by Fire. Losses: promptly
Lumps. Dinner Rely Coffee :Mill
.. ?, trustees, vs. John \V. Rmrjldi
itth. .. . . I have leviedthe
1t' rrr 'n. lla IS; Foam. UowUud: \ Ml! IOIK-, for New Orle.an.load) and, on adjusted and paid. Applications will receive im-
C..r FIe-CuJ1.} ... ... ... I1; a. :-i in-11.t: tir.Itodiicy Wrapping ; Writing: liter; following property brio:; in the City of Apa- mtdiate attention: at the Olficc of the

ltiu.. ... .... n i4 a. l:nU1.. .";(6 i tonsfm Havana; tlicbargMarv Soaps and Shaving Cream, I acliicola, and known and designated: Ol! a map of D. G. Rane\s Water Agency,
..I'lVji.CORN .. .. ...... ., I IS: a 14 11I--: B ( I:t1i'f' TsuI'Itre, .;aanuedr{ ; said city i- lots Nos. ((4)) tour, and (I.) s-evtnteen over "HENRY store. street.c1

r.\SIJ.E.-:3rrm. .. .. .3 3 a o7.j 1 Wilks: gait; for ]Fall Kher, ready for Lo.ilci.Mg! (;I.lCSiJliotl1 :" in block F., tront range, together with all JACKSON: A& :
ell FE..E. . .. ..... .... a i. \V T I \Voo.l. -'a- :- ; J articles in general, singular, the improvements, building ax. :\palacl/icclaJnn. 1st, b.11.; j5 1m

t . . .. ... .. : andappurtenances -
.Pcrb'rslt .70 a 75 S minoi'-' Tavlor, f 1t5 tons, for N Orleans, n-ady Cocoa Dipper and! brass hound Pails, ; thereon and thereto lIariuc Insurance
Fl.tWr.-CiUtI ... ... ..-per bbl . a 5 50; for S--M-If U Dml'-ii., Brushes of all belonging, and shall Ap !tnc-.
description.Le f for sale
expose at pubic outcry before the Court MITL'AXURANCE: :
few Orleans_.. . 25 Textor : ;
a it Srruih. S 0) ion. fm X Orleans ides the THETL.'xTIC
discharg ; above
:; our r-.ssortrner.t is House door in the
(;c'\;l'owriKr-FF.pprn'\ :: 6 IK) a 7 00) ing;-!il: I faittuflUI.LtND A Co. cf composed City of Apalachicola, at 11 of New x. ., i.aving duly
11:, ,- vi-t-d '-, a.s.-ort'il.per 11,. 5 a 5]> -- .,.-.. a irreat varietuf. desirable articles too nuttlealt ro'clock, a. m., on the first Monday in March next appointed the subscriber their -,ent, the public,
In"I lt-h '" ---'II : to mention. Purchasers!, are invited toiall: to the highest bidder for =
r Hoar'K cash, all the right: title are respectfully informed, tint he is prepared to
L\i:I' .. .. .. . . .. 7 a S GLV-'> pipes ":\Il' el"'s Swan" and examine: our Goods and prices before lots and interest of Jno. W. RinaldiT in and to said, receive applications for Insurance against River

I.: .r. a. 6 J iI. certificate; of inspection. Ind. jan-: property to satisfy said fi. fa. risks, at his Other over D G Rar.ey>store.
M.\ IceltEL-\o. 1. . . '* u..1 15 (00) Fur s.ile by SAM'L; M McKAY, -------- '-
XI'. 2. . jail Jit: ROCE.!'{ I ES. -Landing: from Schr Boston:. RUBERTfYERS: U. Marshal. HENRY JACKSON, _\cnt.
a II 110) -1U \Vatcr street. G : ; '
:\o. 3'. ... ... ; ,. .a :>: I W 1 J75 bbls \Ve ttrn Flour; : Apalachicola, Jan. lQh; 1 is.11. jani'2 1m Apalachicola, Jan. is". 1"..41_jI-3 1mI7Iiriaie

M )!.A"F.-New ()rleaus.. .\...TeA.Nui l. 2 ji; a 2., RICE:-1'>) casks Prime Rice, lauding; from schr !"' dr \rhiok"\v ; rn do Molasses l. U. ITIarslial Sale.By azici Fire III,II..allce. ,

>-Cut, a- Wrought .... .. a.. 10* jarJ2. J DAY .L CO., 52 Water yt. l' ))"'ji; Segafs, choice! ; of a mortgage ti. fa., issued from the THE subscriber' duly appon.ted uuerit for the:
ilu.-\'lJIf.! . .. . .p'pr ;n1. a. .(j 2! :J3! l k Lard ( ijulity.) npenor Ccurt of Franklin county to me directed i- '' Insurance Company/of Hartford, ""
:'.(**ru1. ... .. . co '. '. .t "i 25J 13S LACK} IHTH'S I } COAL.-To casks Coal, ju:t s ; For s df bv : in favor; of the Bank cf PcnsacoLt against !Conn., with full power to receive proposals and

J..tns.d .. .. . 1 12 a 1.3: received and fur s,ilo bvW DODGE H GAIJDNT-nj:, E Chittenden, et ;aI.! I have levied on the follow, to 1 i-siie policies on as favorable terms as other

PAINTS-Extra.. ... .. pt-r, .krs., . a 2 75:: A ,t; P C KAIN, JatrJ-2 -10 \Vater street. ing: property, being ii the City of Aplachicoljrand !. grad: cilices, is: prepared to insure against loss or

White.' 1...:>aJ, No 1. . a 2 :50: j.t"' '1 5 Colmiibus!; blur:. ; .\1'It1SS1S.-Just: ::; : t received a large: assortment known and designated on a plan of said: city damage; b: Fire, and also to take Marine and In-
"Xo2. *' \. a 2.>.) -'- -- 1-\\J as lots No.. ((1) one and ? in lund ri-.ks. The of this
Matrasses which will be" ( ) two, block reputation for
1 rovisross-Leif, prime. .I|t rbbl. h EGARx-oO.'MJ t t first quality I Havana I Sgars.. s, sold low ((11) company
.a 0;) fourteen
111';, ... . a H (0'} O For sale by T L lJTCHEL.jan:2 ," forca-bby MILLER: toethprwith; all the buildings, improvements settling losses with promptitude and liberality i3well 1

Pork., (primp.. . .a !M II>0) : :.! .13 Water s1.I j'iM-2..? .1.-1| Water st. and appurtenances thereon, and thereto known. DA.\'L J. DAY,
.".. belonijinir, and shall the for dec-25: V2 Wafer
II) . expose same' galeof at st-
II DFr
a ) 00: : : \E LIXEA: fresh l lot .
-\11'1)1j.LI ------ -
clear. PWCCE.-UO bbls Flour public outcry Lefore the Court House door in said -

I.OTATOT:. ... ... .. . . .1 none 150 WESTERN/ WhisKey! ; ; 'i 1e de Lames, just rec i./ed. city, at 11 o'clock, a. m., on the first day of the Fire and Inland Insurance. r

Ai-New OrIf.ans..r?r lb t; a. 71 :.IS do I\ik. For sale by B; ELLISON & CO., next term of the Superior Court for Franklin THE subscriber, agent for the :Etna Insurance ''

Porto I Rico . to.-1". a. 9 Nov landing before our store and for sale low jars I 15 :*3 Water st. county, to the highest bidder for cash. Said : uf Hartiord/ Conn., i is prepared to

St. Croix . .. tt . :a t. !lk t -' be wild property issue policies of Insurance azainst
t to : Fire and
loss
for cash FARIHOK ASH subject to claim
AND a held
Lump.. .. . .. h IS: 14" : by : & CU., A FAIR PIICEPaiJ! for by Lewis

Loaf .. . -. 14 a a.. 15; _jan. :!'.! [pI__I I _Water_ __ _st._ (Hides, Sills and Shipping Furs, byS. Curtis and Geonre Griswold, or their assignees ofsix or damage of the on above rivers, on favorable terms. The
c'ru-hid .. .. *' 11".1;;; h DILL & CO., hundred and fifty dollars with interest thereon capital company is large and invested
ALT-Lj\.t'rpnfJl, (+I, irround.per sack. 1 50 a 17.:; 1"') EADY MADE CLOTHING.-Just received jan/>:J '!"j Water street. from the seventh day of March, l''''JT, till paid in the S.IkSt'uoSSible manner, and its settlementof

Alluin .perbusliBar 50 a 5: .I V from New York, a large and general; assortment ROIIEKT: MYERS L. S. .Marshal. l letups has always been prompt and liberal.)

per lb 5 <1. (ii i of Ready Made Clothing. GROCERIES b;,Western Flour ; Apalachicola, Jan. 17th, 1M1- jut-: Dec -'.'> D.\N'L J. DAY, Agent.SUGAR .

Suor-I)rop : bag . a 1 75; S B HAMILTON & CO., .
Buck... . . . a 21111 1 an2'J: 47 Water street. 5U do Whiskey: for. sale by IT. S. Marshal Sale. \ :WHISKEY, &c.

Wl'i-IJ, ?. .".. . .. .t r+Nrlb. . a 25 W A"WOOD, Y virtue of a mortice fi. fa. issued ;ar-2.j barrels.
from
\V m..u\ -It"I'llfit'd .Pt.r gal: 25 a :>(i rrUXKS.-Iron( Bound, Leather and Hair jan 15 -3 Water t. B Superior Court of Franklin the Molasses-33 barrels-
sIn
to directed i-
low county me ""hiskevbarrels.: .
by -'
in
t favor of Lowell
BANK NOTE TABLE.All jatl:2._: MILLER, .13; Water st. J anlu'ul)1C)'. Rinaldi, I have levied Holbrook, vs. John W. Flour-r>i-> barrel

the Bantu\ of South Carolina .par. In thy mutter: of I Henry Hodges: a Bankrupt. upon the following property Cranberries half barrel !
Bank Mat-' ?f (Borgia and Branches .. . par. COFFEE choice lot of Java Cofiee, just SALE ON MORTGAGE.Richard j to wit : all of two certain lots in the Citv Lrd-20 kegs.Uacon .

Planters Bank, =Sjtv iiin..h .P a t. for sale by Evcrard, ) of Apalachicola, being parts of four lots in said t ca ks.Ju.t .

Marine jV Hr-- In*ur1olnf'f. Bank and Brancht's.par.} B. ELLISON & Co. vs. I city, known and described in the plan of said received" per schr. Swallow, :and for sale

'Cpu'ral Jalll"d.J l: Lank.5 pt'r cent. dis. jan*> o'-i water street. R- J. Moses f city as lots, Nos. ((3) three and (.1) four., front low by DODGE & GARDNER
Ihllt elf ,
: Ausruu -- Water
----- f street anJ'lots
r ratios Nos. .
M-ciamc Bank 1"1 i PINE.": clear White Pine Assignee of Henry Hodges. J (17) se-et: -nand jam, -1U wafer strEet.JU .
A.i.", -to WHITE -I.lll.JU"'t ((1 ) eighteen, in the
: par.<< the ; rear of lots thr ,d
Aum>ta Insuran.v ,,Ull! ian{ jn; Co. Anffu>ta par. landing! fm ship Lvoti, for sale bvJ" OX last Saturday in January. I will l offer fourrespcctively! and fronting ._T RECEIVED brig Caroline E. Platt
; on Commercreel per :
tiPagta Rail Huaal? Banking Company; do. .par.muivof : :..! J DAY & CO., :>:Water t.A1'1'L tlr sale'in iront (the Court Jfouse door at in said city, all being in block 20 half reams plain and ruled Letter '

Bruni-wiof. . . ... .. ?oar. Apalachicola! Lot No. .1.), in the Southern exte n- being fifteen ft et of lots F., front ran e, ]50 fine Linen Bosom Shirts, at all prices paper, ;
.HI: I (I f'I'll"'iheyi'.ie I .. .. . . .. . par: /;::-; -:-jijbi.is; Hu =-ets. sion of the City of St. Joseph, together: with the on the east side: Nos. four and seventeen 1( ) cold Cotton do do do
Conmirrc-iHl I P.alik M. (- .. r. '' till Pippin) ; improvements) thereon, consisting of a wooden of lots thereof, and seven and a half feet 123 frilled striped do .do
htIikt) Marys C'<.ilyihufi 1, ... Just t rw-eivt-d from New York House Nos. three and eighteen on the west side 75 Red
; .{ ir )per brig! Mary containing four rooms, kitchen, &.C., &c.' thereof) Flannel do do
\ hKiiix 1 lUnk. Coining I ,,;tr. in prime order. For sale low b,,' AL':' _), one small wooden Store, situated on a or contiguous to the fifteen feet in lots 2O: pair; a5 -t'd Cassimere and Sattinett Pants, '

-Mitral Kucker-yiJle B.tnking, lA,., (;a. 2V per I ISR cent. dis. S ]DILL) & CO., l lIlt t briouring i! to J. L. Smalhvood. Sold by ccnt four and seventeen, making altogether' twent\-. 1CJ do Negro Pants and Jackets,
U.uik ot G-ni-d. .:3 cnt. dis. 2 2 two and a half feet front Watei 2 cases men'> black and drab Sporting Hats
rclMjifc- ,per jan .ji!I Water street.C sent f assignee: foreclosure waved. on street and the! ,
Bank of Macm .. ...-, dis. same on Commerce 1 case boy ,' fancy round drab Hats
(pr c street in of :: ,
t) one body
ctnuh., R. J. MOSES: part
Bank, :\lal"Ofl, G. .broke.1 OFFEE.: -I'M i sack Cuba Coilee, new crop. Assignee. I four lots in the plan of said 1 do men and boys* Cloth Caps,
1
\I'.nr( ( I itt Apalachicola Jan. 17th U. > city aforesaid, together !
i 1S-1
and JAii' 2 2t
: .Itoad Banker Also mews glazed Fur and
>. : Velvet
Comp.trty.hwk. Kursalc-by
Cap
Bunk of fU ? I T L MITCHEL, with all and singular the improvements ,
u and Branch- ... ..broke. >, GOO men's Kip Brogan at all
; pair prices
.iall ,
Water st.
1 .13 CIXG-1IJ' ; buildings and
Vllk of Culuinl,. B ) pieces Neish Bagging; : fur sde appurtenances thereto belonging, 25 do fine bl'k
rULdnf .. ... .. hroke. -- rl gent's and col'd Gaiter Boots,
iflj ':"lutnbu- ... . .. . .brnk c.. IT'UR SALE.S DILL Jc CO., No. :2'J Water Itw) 'tu close consignment i Iw I : as the property of the said Jno. W. Rinaldu, wd 25 do do do sewed Calf Boots.
: ;\t'challlcS Bank ,luw.bus..br L i have : FARRIOR & Co. shall: expose the same fur sale at GENT'S FINE
RUl"rf Md C( "k C. street, jn,t received and idler for sale public outcry STOCKS.
AI! y1**. . . . . . . .i par.ALT Hay ; Dried and Given Apples .. j jan 1.0: Jl Water street. before the Court House door in the city of Apalachicola 4 doz. latest style Mk and cl'd Satin Stock
other links m Florida! . . . .book C. Potatoes ; Dry God 1'Uh ; ----- at 11 o'clock, a. in., on the first Monday jan 15:: :2t: for sale by KOP3IAN..
O PORTING fresh
; IIATS.-A of Wool
supply
in
Q : : --- Pickled Salmon+ t ; White Beaus ; O Sporting Hats, just received and tor sale by satisfy March said next, to the highest bidder for cash, to ..RICE-\: tierces for sale at Charleston in-
LSTORE. .
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I HI' sa.-ks sah7by mortgage.ROBERT '
for Fiis ; Florida Peas '' to close consignment
L ; B ELLI O:: 'Ai: CO,. by :
lank J DAY Jc Co. 52 watpr st To"5'ie' ? & Sounds, &: ., &.c. jan2J jail 33 Water st. ;MYERS, Marshal. FARRIOR & Co.
r Apalachicola Jan. 17th l I'
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"NOTICES. U. MARSHAL'S SALES. List of L(+tt !.rs. 6 b'arcltottp C haitl cs uloPlecl by '
LF.fiAL c NOTICES.Korcivor's LEGAL
. REMAINING( IN Till: POST( OFFICE. the Cotton Ir( sSs. :
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-- - I.. Marshal's Sil Apalachicola, Jan. 1st, IM !. COTTON !storage will fie received 1 at tli
Sale. United States of America.TERR1TUR.Y Persons for of the following letters 1 if expressed within monfno
f.! enquiring any one
virtue of three writs ol fi fa, issued i from the ,,
Benjamin F. Nourse. :l.IfmiJit : 1) OF FLlllita-Il'I'It1C1') OF BY i Superior Court! of Franklin County, to me wllIl'lt'at' say ''thcvare :udveili.-cd." charge will be mule for storage, but .t cJf.

tor, (de b" Ibis foil) of <' j Al'ALACIlICdLA.( ) Arnold Justice Lrmg Calvin per bale will be charged for labor, tiering &c.
-I directed, one in favor of John llardin, one in favor: ;
I Icomplainant. 77/e Prcsithnt the United Mates: if
of C R dec'd of within
late U Ravmond, Ashley ('Cant H Low AbramLines not compressed ',nc month, 20
;: CHANGER Y To the J/u1's uzl oflhe .Ipaltichicola District, of Benito T. Caro, and one in favor of Isaac S Angus ThosItolcer [L J bale will be charged for forage, and 5 cents per
Life Insurance and cents
the Southern t
vs- (:"t Jill:: Jacques vs. S C McKinney B week thereafter. Time per
Abraham Allison mrviviu exhibiti-d Trust t Ivill finer for s.11eIt public Capt computed from date
: TX ;HEHKSnnn: : AKrnli; has a Company, Beadle I ('m.itar WinMiblions until delivered to tf
receipt lighter
)partnei, H.irker <'t al- -1 Vl Libel in the United Slates District Court outcry at the court house dour in the city of Apalachicola : or vessel C(.
Baldwin Miss 31 HBascom E changing hands l will
pursuance (:.f'a dec-ret ,1 I order, made in the sitting Court of Admiralty, alleging, andIlr'lIllliJlhl1"Th at in I ri clt ck, a. in., on (the first Monday ton In all cases he liable t
above mined case, D.... .inbcrth, l.J-:?. by the! as a Capt Ely 3Iawey new -toragf from date of order inclusive. !
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entitled& to in rebniary next, fractional lot number ( )) nine: Turn
he is
compensation
t
Honorable Jti.lge of the Sntwrior Court in and for Barrett .11I1.1hoJ ilIt'1I B PiMcDermott jug out i for sampling, or weighing and
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t for silv.ure in saving the sc.hoouor WilliamR. in block I f front range, agreeably to a map of re-storin ,
.Franklin Comity, siltinjra.Court: of Jvpiiiy, and Brooks H C 31 D same, S cents bale. Wantage
To be
per *
driven a-liore, in a gale of wind aid city, together with all the buildings and :')- assessed
toy virtue of thf power tllf'r1yft'tl 1 j n me. 1t I D.ll! in. lately ,, j;aldlddau 1 Moore Thos II the when the
; tall cJ Saturday the second day> of March next in the barb \i- IIi' ot. Joseph.We pwicnances th-reunto heloll ;il,. Said premises ; by press cotton come in and the ,. .

proceed to cil at Public Auction to th<' highest} c.jmmaud that you attach. seize and being the same known as the JUice ol (the Southern JbrnnmNS'2TrKacEJ amount assessed cndersed on the face t>f therereipt. "11
you
bidder, the following dcs.*rih"d f properly to wit : take into custody, the scho-r.icr William R. 1 Datliu) } Lift Insurance and Trust (Company} in Apa- i'rown Capt D W 3I-.inley: ti) f1

Lot No. (5)) fivin blori i; J Dl I situ ttcd on her apparel, tackle and furniture, commanded i hy lachicola. ROI5T. lYEH nrii-\} T'' Nestor WinNewton All cottons are refl'liu.t to have six food ainj t
"Water street in the Citof Apalachicoia: thirty! Bowden Ed J sufiicient les. Grass; tow bark
Edward H. Jenkins and IllhlH! in the Port ofApal.ichic.ola U. S. Marshal dist Apalachicola. rol' or Cotton ropej
feet front !by cmhty fret' deep, having; thereon a Rrodie Rowlcs (Orr II SParsons writ considered unmerchantable and
and safely ke the same: to anwpr.t Apalachicola i + II.l"'I J.'J.: deficient ,
brick! store of three .stories.Also p .. ,. ( '. JParker
ker DrurvCowley apt All deficient will bl'
s charged
ropes at the :
l d of Samuel ..1lsardi.I; nil whereas, I theJuJ'jfe rate 1
tait $)
Lot Nn. (IS: ) "' n. in bloc! D 1., sitna-
Ed"
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ted on Commerce t-tr .,,! in fuidiiy} thirty feet of the District aforesaid luith ordered and IN BANKRUPTCY.Sii [ l 12L cents per rope, and all bagging at the ratetf :

front by rmhty deep! having thereon a brick !buildin directed this writ to issue for alt persons concerned (+ -. -' -..---- ----- -. Cloud J B Pago ET 25 cent per yard.
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of out' known tile House.:' (''Orley A .T PItrickrm 2 A. DOWNER
"JL'lurinx Jlzent
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? story, as to at the city Apalachicola on
appear thc U. S. District
The title to conveyed by this sale being all the second 3Iondajr'of[ t 3Iarch next and how Court, Churchill Capt I II[ n Price John for the Srrf-w Pres. <
the risrht title and interest of O C Raymond, late For Jlprthirhirola District of FInr'ulu : Carter J V 1:11t1Peter C. WILSON, Hydraulic <

t>f j.d Bounty, and A K Alii>on, in and to said cause: it'.my they lta'hy judgment should not S,\;Il'ELE'ER, of Washington cousity: Carver Capt B Rodney Jas G. GL'Y'ON, PreisIf. .
>s I is prayed. Yon are theiofore hereby :authorised '
pa ) and said district having tiled
property. a petition l'raj'- Cu hrnan C.T 1 Ranny John Florida
Term-::One-fourth cash.: md: the remainder insix. empowered and strictly enjoined peremptorily i inur for his discharge and certificate as a Bankrupt Lrvcr Press. ;
Ross WinRaymond
cite and admonish all whatsoever : Chase Capt L BCampbell Apalachicola: Dec. 1st, 1s 13. d7 tf
twelve and eighteen} months, with good joint to persons It i is ordered that cause he shown before the { ,
nnd several notes for s ,.1trity. !;tli-farfoT\) theReceiver having, or pretending to have, any right, title, Court the fir in 31 Henry
on -t Monday }Fobniary, 1 I 11.t at JanpJrt1Jgn.fns Richardt Thus Rates of TVlaarlngpc.THE .
suitl title tcbe given until aid .
no noteshall cl.im; or interest' in er to the said schooner libelledagainst
flld.ck.1.( i at the Vourf house, in Mari- Dunham, S Rowland Isaac 15
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*: be all j afl'rb:1id. : l following are the Rates Wharfage
of
: : by publicly affixing a
ptid.F.EN.I.
copy or
anna, why Samuel (iainer shall not receive} Iii isdisehanre
F. XC'-H 'E. Receiver.( nawon1 1V Riley hiss Mare
Cotton
this monition on the main-mast i of tilt said schooner Merchandise, &c. landed or ?hip.j
:. .\. MYEII: <. Auctioneer.Apalaehicola. and publishing the in and efitifiete; a, a bankrupt : and that !Day N S Spinney JasJertsinnre P"d] t frr.ni, the Wharf at this Port :
same some
Jan. 1st. is I. :3m newspaper notice thereof in
q jyl published some !public newspaper W Sellers A C
in said for \' S On Cotton, bale, landed . ,
-' -- !published : city at lea>t fourteen da 3 per OJ cents. .
in said district for and
: published d-ninu'! i ills! Scott 3Iilton
WS
In Jacksosi Superior (jourr.J ] before' the return day thereof; and by all I lawful I the }period of seventy days before the said day of Dig Davis i GeorgeEvcrleiirhCapt Smith Capt II 2 On On Goods;" a cc shipped} } . .li) a ::l

whatsoever wliereby. per barrel, landed estimating
ames Boon, ) meaiis: monition maybe A testa ( "
( copy ) N W2 Smith, Levi
vs. V HILL FOR DIVORCE. inr.d'!> most! public and J1 tnrilnto be and appear YONGE & TAYLOR, } 'Io\ lit Smith l.oaFitzgerald 2Stinseen five cubic feet or iiuo Ibs. ,f"
noon.IX"this before, the Judge aforesaid at the time and + < Jldt"jllo1l to a harrel..3) ,t
Piety ) Marianna, Get2 J, 1 1" 13. ,1 12 Atty's fur P* t. T.1: l li'onl 31
it is ordered that unlc the said place aforesaid, ( and also to attend Oil Goods, I per barrel hipped. ..1 Ie 4 -
case upon e\i-ry -. ____ .___ _. _.' ".__ __ __, _-A__ JohnM.iS'r Sands rSimmons.\ .
d.) appear within three t monthand session to be held there and from thence until a h Salt, per sack, landed . .3 u

answer or demur to complainant's hill filed that definitive sentence shall: he read and promulgcd Ironsit to Jai9.i George1Gould ; Zekiel Chipped! . .3 fi
." ( W B StarkV H
the same: will be taken pro funfraso, and the in the said business inclusively any of them :3 i I have- Ibis day received in the Jnil of CliasThornton Wood 1, per cord.-. _. .
Gucrlnrt; AndreGerinrd Taylor
matters therein contained creed accordinglv.BENJ. shall t think} it their duty
G. Ai.DEdl1l:1Clerk.. by and 1 perform all and singular such judicial acts as runaway slaves, answering the following I Brinks I. per 2'.o "
Titus J G;
Girt; EAGilmer:
YO.VOE x. TAYLOR. Compt's Sol's.Marianna as are necessary to bo done and expedited} i in the : dcM-riptinn: : One says his name is JA31K-N a ( ; J G; Terry Thns.2 1 %". ."f.1 Inrrlf'P'r 31 . l:-.t)i 1'1
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., I. c. 7, .l 1- I JTj. decli! 1 i 1 hv-lm premises, and further to do and receive what unto dark mulatto, aired .aUOltJ1)' years, about feet GrivJiui; Diieiiit Terry II W 5 Sacks of meal, corn, oats, or
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merchandise
law and .justice shall appertain, under the painof I 11 i inches tall, walks erect and wears hark hat. ( urlt.v Titflmp.on \". I containing
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Franklin Superior Court.. the law and contempt t thereof, the absence and The other a black, aged about 25 years, says his Hot more than: three bushels..2} f
; ; l'I
CM Thomas ( oVentris
William Lawrence. Compl'i. Bill for Divorce contum.tcy: (htm and every of thorn notwithstanding name is WILLIA3I I, about a feet 1 inches hitch, i il AH lumber:: salt or merchandise, shipped on 4

vs. > December Term.' And whatsoever, shall do in the I rall'1 N C board vessels or steam-boats: from ether vessels
,
t
tliici thick little in w.dkinir
set
Elizabeth LawtenecDeft. ) 13t 13.: you lips, stoops a l I Malec Capt W S Wordiii C W
premisfs?yo'i shall duly certify unto the Judge amid! Said had with them sfiMiriboats; or raft, lying at the wharf, will be i
a
CA3IE the coni, l.iinant bv counsel, and it appearing wears rap. negroes 1 II'IL'M.; ,' S S Wilcox Capt I IIleml'roll ell
to the sati-taetinn of the Court that the aforesaid nl the time and place aforesaid together. w fen taken up, a paper purporting( to be a pas JosHubbird \\ lhar R N erI: : on.wharfage only. J
Capt
defendant resides beyond the 1 limits of the Territory with i these t present signed Samuel! 3Ie'innis} and dated 1st January: Wharfage on cotton, or other merchandise land- f

of Florida. Therefore it i is cn ill'rt.'tllJtilt' Wit'ie the Hon'l Samue.] C-irrnack, Judge of I 1..1 I 11. They say their master lives in l>'deer county 1 Capt Nllardin \-h-ter DavidWi {(1. to he ,paid) by the consignee: and when ip.t.
Court that the defendant do here before I \Ij; i .1.1Jackson .- Cwt J LWheat.i ed l 1 by the taking the bill '
appeir on or our sid District Court this -JiHh day of Decem (a. :Any person claiming sid nC'fll'S'ill ;- party of Lading.
the i of three calrfdarnionthfront lie : JIIMH ; B B n All '
expiration goods and merchandise
1'l'rI'-n.i GEOKGE F. I5ALTZELL: forward charges, not enumeratedabove
please come property
prove j pay
date hereof and the bill of Tenkiti B"Jlcatnn R S
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answer complainant's
will
,.III i be charged at
Clerk.ADMINISTRATOR'S .
and take them C..1. SHKPARD: >, corresponding rates.
complaint or the sine: will hlilC'n: irconfr::o. _,. away. jOl1mtns E'.ekil'Iakeh' 0
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and
) Jan l J'I I ii. r.rnupf; Sh'ft'Franklin Co.VaInaJ steamboats, I lying at the :
And it is further ordered that 'IIPof this order ', (
a Kirshbatm! :: RKtmuse York 'apt. (. II Wharf, and not -
r NOTICES r ; --- receiving or discharging rir
;v
be published in the ( nIllIHI'r.'lald\"tft}i"l'r for *
months couserutivt >I<; Property for Sale. l \\ K Xakeey WilhelmG. will he required to pay for the use of the berth fie
three _
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(Copy.) Te.-te, (;EC). F. .\LTZELL.M05F. jTI TH 'J-\II u I''roll, haying ('I.liIllS} a.111H ON tno Apal-ie.hicola! River, pulp) acres of -K'THII.dy--'f-ifS-- F. BALTXELL- -- ----, P.-:. -urn of two dollars and 1 fifty cents per day, and to., .

Solicitor. Clerk. embracini tin lower part of Merera'rity's < rye way to vessel boats landing or discharging
Frederick} L. 31 ne, bite of Jackson county, i hu'nix IIOliSIN :

Berea-rd are re.iiured to present the! s.un". dnlv Res-iveC( ) on Forbes Purchase, and runmu I IE >ui!>cnber h-.tvmg refitted: the above es- i The fdl..winrticle of the Regulations <>{the j .'

Franklin Superior Court. authenticatedyitlnn! } the time ore-cribt-d by law', g E'I-ot am! South so as to cmbrice al-o E,! ifa-( rf tabli: >hn.-rit, is now pivpared to accM..uo-; I ,\|.;,ladl'fJa.: Chamber of Commerce will be ,

Maria Fredericks ( I 1N E(JU1 TV.vs. or thus! notice \\'illl"l ,,l'-jd in liar: of their recovery. nhlg.t Iihitr This property, contains: flIP! neiie rl ate his inends and the public in m.umer: strictly adhered to- -f ,
a
Petition for Divorce. All p'-r.-or1> indebted to aid estate are jnt-Tled fo Hammock i ha nil on fill! river, as well as the rn -t (;'isgnees:: of cotton shall be allowed three'.
which} will satisfaction to all. His table
DJ.niel1\I. A. Buschcn nrf.OX ) make immediate pavmenr to the Mili cotton
to
the wharf and
will: b remain on ,
snpjiiied with dt the market
: A. MINi, Adm'x. Steamboat land- ; even licacy I j t't'I
reading the foregoing; petition, and it appearing 3Ifir5 ) !n. ls3t.: lUulr': bcinu the oniy good aI: ;ndaia his whole attention will be Uevoteo! {,-LiiY, frn tljiys, without incurrins extn

that Daniel 31.: A. Bu-chendorf resides 'i5im.I 'r. i iti!I:; for; mony miles above or below, and which lo the comfort of his ;H.t: ,. wharfa:.. If after notification by the wharftncrr, [ .

beyond the limits of this Tt'rritnr\-Tt i is T011CEwek.1 after date I will apply :u ,i I locali-c for, a woud-y.ml 1 is most valuable. .*. tt.iclrd, : t to the! f-tablihment are two superior then allow it to remain a I Ion:errtime, they shall '

Ordered, that ;a hearing be ha 1 before( Ill;! on time 1 to the Honorable the Judire of the County It also. pos-t s-.es at.'r;: power of i reat.dur; nl' ,\'LfXL: .EY::, antI c'1 t.mt attention is incur an extra wharb-- n cents per bale, for j

facts, as clrtrge(1 ill the petiti'in. 1.1 the second Court for the county <,f Franklin t fur letters of: 1'iiitatiuU.i: : (Crt'k.t'rc! a ".-\ mill truig;iit: b.: <::\". a to those who indulge! in this manual uxeroYSTERS. every tlntj--tatty hours that it remains thercaf.ter. '1

londayofIarch, 1.1 {11. at .\]'ala.:hicola, in the Administration on the estate of Amory Rogers, reefed of any power, then- i ricg plenty of v.itr: "I' ".ooll- and lumber shall not he allowed to !

County of Franklin and that this order he published deceased l. and for !.-tiers! of Administration; "I dbonis ;-.- i in the fro tm at all't'a-tJll", the ;tdvanlf.res: rf i I and other delicacy which r-rn.ii; ::: inore titan twent\-: ,ur hour without in-j ,

in one of the public newspapers in IP is noi"on: the estate of John Locke, d.:.';:fl.IM1AKL which in.i iv be i irn.i,I i'ifd; fron" its \vicinity} } time mabe wanted- fur refreshnient every can be hud at ('nrrir.: an extra wharfatre. for twentv-ft.ur hours

Territory, for the space (.i' three months before, R \ J. 3IOSis.: i'M'lr-; and: p'owirrj i cut; of .\ ."dachlicola. Tins hot\;:'. any t thereat;'r:' -

the time aforesaid. .\p71brt.ic"la_.. January 1 1. 1 I'' I 11.OTICE J. ;prijertyvill! : !"" -oui d } very low t for one-third cash, Arr.mg'-menfs have been made so that [icrma- All hills will be presented monthly for y-flee.

S. \V. CARMACK, -- and the! balance one arid two years, In.tcs securedby fl"on-} NOFRSE & STO E.
and transient BOARDERS I be well
-Six weeks after date I shall neat can as ,
JtiLc( Apalachicola District.HAWKINS applyto nu.rtirano on the pr"pi''Y' ,! lrtother house in the Apalichicola. Dec. -1,1'-i:{ tf p y.z
1. the )Honorable the Jud of the acC mmodatfd :;s at city, .
:e countycourt _,_
[ Solicitor. _\lsof sage reasonable
lot number
t\r on (firms,
4 and the prices are in keeping with the time
of I'ranklin Admihis'-
Apalachicola l Nov. :>7, J'-11.1 -l-3m county, tor letters of two in block I H. first range. on Water strict.tnd; (.ooIs for Cash.
_ T E 1\ i .-i
trltioll 1 the estate of : '
---- -- -u-- )n Amory Rogers, late of lOt; S '.I and l'i, in block 2;, in the city of Apa- I II I. \ -:,ju.t ojjeiicd an assorted stock of Good.
- Franklin Superior ''i;ofrl. said coittity deceased. F.o.ird and Lo-teinrr.: per week, . .S'7 <>X5 .
lacjiicola.Deeds! i L ei'it'fwing: -
lrd.p'r week 00 i

John Banks, .T.V.. J HAM3IOND.Ap.il with general warrantee will bo executed ]:, .rird!, per day,. . . . . . 1 IK) C.di-.Mc.s', Camliricks; 3Iushn?.
vs. A TT.CIIIEXTBe.'iamin .idiicola. Jan. 1 1". I l..ll.| | jan1; it t Cr.ftf-n
I to tin t !purchasers! in the l appropriate plan so that Single/ ., > ? : Shirtings and Sheeting,

W. Walker and for .1is:)<;'K'' 0Rtumable "VJt-t ->"TU'K--Six months after date I shall---apply- 1 this last will ap;iv to t the lots, and land likewise. f L '11-I "ITI", . . . . . . . ..-..') ( ;Iitighams: Cotton psnaburgs,"
John H. Witson to December
of the lust Will, executors and- ( Term I. i t-t the Judge of the County Court' for Franklin Apply lo T. ji.-.itry.. 3Ionlicello: Fla., or to Tins. --\I\. 20 -JI'- :tf- -__,\r. TL KEJ.TON. KCr;'y. Jeans, Satinetts and Linseys.
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0 Testament of James C. 1 l..t:!. county, for' l letters! of dismi>-ion f ont the adjriinUtritioii H.ltelI, J''j.I 'I'adiahasce, rIa.dl' .\ !;ala(;hh'oia Ex(fans;('. flannels! Ulankets, Cloths, Cassim'ercs,
; of the estate of Martin Snylerllte !'! 1:11 Shoes, assorted Hats, and Caps,
tlE !: '
Watson, deceased. I prill.iy :irl''I' ( informed: that
of such C,1l:1ttlce'a -r'i Straw Dormers
and all others interested : the lbo\ E.tIhlihmert ha. sber-n ;
The defendants are i (t..fa Jad>i (' Cltlttlet; fntiiviy re-

hereby notified of the institution of the above' suit, --Dec- Jo, is i-}: 11. NOIJRSE,-Ex'r- I H. 1 II 1 \Mlf.1'Uo y 17 1 Water sheet, is j tt'd. and i i. r!iey( open tr the! rocepticn of'pertn.mi'iit 'l 1 lies"Tfanlware( ;IIdart', Cutlery sold,n and,Commission Tinware. '

1 : and they arc required} to appear and plead according j U1'ICL-Six: i months alter date, I shalmi. LJo ei IHtantlrd'eiin. : an addition to his stock and trancient board sanl the subscnbcrhop. be olfered at low and v
prices foMhe
( to law. i ply to the I Honorable the Judge of the Court: of CLOTHING, s by strict attention to the business} of ins very DAVID ready moneT
G. RANEY
HKOCKEXnttOn'III; & HAWKINS, for the county of Franklin for loiters of Dismis ('Dustin! of Cloth, Bean, Pilot and Flushing htntto be second to none in ivnderins' his irue>ts Oct ? r

Nov. 11 11 ;Urn .\tty': l for ITli t: sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of Over Coats ; corm;; rta"le.; ----- ->3 Water st. .

said county, deceased (Gent's; Cloth, Braver, Pilot and Flu-bin:; [Frock U.-sters, (;same &e. served up at all !Cl'lr$, and \--f. ;. PORTER & CO., oiler for sale a lare '

1''E't'itot'V' of Florida. S. II. HARTSHORNE.Nov. Coats ; }in the host style. The Bar attached to the House, \ V and well selected stock of DRY GOOD, ",

JACKSON SUPERIOR COURT. :30 t 1 1'1:1.1 !la Administrator."VJOTICF. Gent's; Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing Oificc ;LS uvual, t stocked with the best Wines and Li- consisting ofCIoths:-

George 31 Tillinghast, j) (oat;. juor.--:. Jrateful: for the liberal} patronage hef'to- C-t imeres. and Kersevs;

vs. > Attachment. :.-Six months after date I hall apply. filue, black, green and invisible trrcen, Frock fut e received. he hopes! that his friends: and the SuttinetsFlannels, and Blankets;

E. D. Iluldbut k Co. ) 1\ to the Judge_ of the County Court (for Frank- and Dress Coats. public will continue to sustain ]him. 1 ".uet'tzn and l Domestic Prints; .

defendants and all other interested will lid county, for letters of Dismission from the UF.Z: grown Drillings and
TIlE Kentuckv. Jean-: Frock and ]1)rc \ Coats. SMITH.Analachirol.t. : I Irish Linens:
notice that Hiram Nou "sill be examined administration( of the estate of Robert Robinson, PANTALOONS. : 1).,<. l.tb. | -.f!:. dec!1)tf Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ; .

; in behalf} of plaintiff, in the city of Apala- late of said countv. deceased.H. l.lue, black and fancy colored Cloth and C.iss.Punts. .--- ---- Shirtings ; i:

chicola, on day of November next. I B.) STONE, Adm'r.Apnlachicola. [n A. Lt'Gay, Cotton Osnrsburgs ; ;

YOUNG & TAYLOR, \fl,.\ for Mi: Dec. ,1, lc1 H. fun Diagonal and lid French Ca, .3ill: l'rf'. (AT THE OLD STAND! OF JACOH FOGLF.; ,) And every other article in their line adapted .

3Iarianna, Oct. i, 1MX 1: 011- Irn coi.T'MBt-s: CKOIICIA. to the
\ E TS : country trade. dec4
Six mouths after v
,
date I shall
apply rsvSb TAKES: this method of inform- .
NOTICE --p-. ---- --
Jackson Slll) l'iOI' Court. : Judire of the County Court ( 'lqth. Cashmere and Velvet(,'ashmen Vests do.! ; rS>, -'<;; !// in the I public,_that !he has ju.-t Ship Chandlery--. ---
Silk aid \Yoolen
Matildi L. Pinkard, of I Fraakl:1.UI: 1\'. for letters of Dismission: from ; & "32si:&( !3 r.-tunied ti Oimctv or'lilt anew TT.\ \lmLL: \ E, Hon-chne, Wormline. Rat
SHIRTS 1 l l
., the estate of Willis You, deceased.A. : '
s. S. Bill i'r: Divorce. and splendid assnitment of lin.Marhne, Hand Lead Lines, Pendant

'Cyf"l :li. Pinkard.r ) G. S3IITH, Administrator.Apl.HMc } } 'White Muslin and Linen Shirts : J E W E i L R Y Halyard Line,. Log Line, Spuuyarn, Packing

ii liE defendant will take notice that on the : -)la, Nov 1 11 J !I" !:;. nil Om Colored do. anew
-_ ___ _____ _-_ -41 Laml) Wool and .Merino' Shirts
J. third 3Iond.iy in Noveriibor next the plainlifl __ -_- --- u -- ---_- Ip.ixvich, s ; pattern of beautiful BrL'astpil1amfn, them Jjale do. Boat do. Can do. Spikes, Marline de. "

will proceed to take depositions of Shephard issoisitioia of I' ti-taeiwitip. lo.: dn. do. do. Drawers; some \[DIAMONDS the first water-Gold and Scrap'-r-, .Mifkin-r Iron, (Canlkin do. Caulking i1 tf
: ,
Stone at the Court Hou.-e in the town of 3I.iri.in-: flu E Law Partnership heretofore existing in Woolen and Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers ; Silver Thimbles, Gold; and Silver Pencils, Gold I.dlttIlaud' Pumps, do. Spikes, do. Lead, Deep :
T Mock, Scarfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, awl Sea I.c.uls; ; ( :'(p.tall Burs, I'0111. Sheaves} BlorkMtis.
Di.Mrict hetn'cnrl.. "
II.HuocKK.NHnoUii .
na, at which time and place the said defendant Apalachicola and Silver Spectacles, (;old Guard] and Fob J ef-k Bnckt-fs, do. Brooms, Sheaths and ,

mav; attend if he sees lit to do so. Jc GEORGE S. HAWKINS, j is Hosiery ;DRESSING GOWNS. Chains' Silver Spoons, Plated Ca:5torrantl,- l);--ir.-. Mounted PalmPump Leather, Kie grng;

A. 11. RUSH Att'v for Pl'iHMariaimi this day dissolved by mutual: consent. Each 'i ;tr- Dre sin 3Iorninti (; Clocks" fine knives, &". &.C., whicii lie will sell do Coini..on Tar; Coal do. Turpentine, Pitch, r

Oct. rt, \1. \n.: oUJtnCourt.t J :. ty will continue: to practice in the same courts asheretofore. > or AND ntvns.IIVI'S low for eisi.KIM. r ar-h.;!: Paints, Oils, Linseed Oil. Cordage.
CAPS.A
-. -.-- W. H. 15. refers those wishing !rorale I
---- -------- persons Jiwii.in (,nt.t) \\ \Tr'uss: CHKAP ASKV5C.T : by W. A. 'WOOD '
.1:u I'son Stiller'ion } to employ him} to Col. Hawkins, for any immediate or.tariet"\ of Lent etnens and Boy- Hats.and > \ roi.I.AH d2. 23 Water !t.Ittsiet .-

Rebecca Stevens, advice ur assistance necessary in his ab- Caps. and Clocks
All kinds: Watches repaired, awl !
above rods will be Instl'llIlIcnts.A .
DiJrce.Cuttll1 XTll :; ) sold very low for
for
Bill
(I. vs. >cnce. warranted: ti ; well.
ca-h. dec7 > perl-Tin SPLENDID collection of Shett Music, con-1 t

h. Srcons.THE : 1111ac1ji)1-I. : . .Doc 12, l '-H.._ tf N. H. Persons residing Apalachicola, or silting of Songs, Marches, Quick Steps, &C.
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defendant will Jake notice thai on tin ON COTTOX.-Liberal advan- toot :Hd Shoe 1U! aliil alum the river, wishing their \Vatches: or other for the Piano Forte, including Russet's celebrated

3Iond-iy in November next, thc plain1ilr ADVANCES cotton for shipment to Liverpool -. THOMAS CLARK bavin- removed Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to send son!s. .Also Guitar Music, and instruction book |

will proceed l 1o t,ike the depositions of Jame: II : Havre Boston t New York byjanl. I l to' the Store formerly occupied !by Jo'seph them by tru.lwnrthhand durinir the boating for A'iolin. t 'lutc'larionett&c, "KAls.
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or
4 Parker and Walter. hobii yin( Ellis Davis. ;and .", HARPER & HOLMES.,. i I Schrodt: respectfully I informs! the Jt'as'itl/can have them repaired by )fr. LcGay:, I : .', Violins, Uiitars; Flutes, Violin and Gui' 1

c Eliza Davis. Thedeposions of James i H. Parker: -' -. I cItizen Apalachicola, and the upcountry !, I and returned with nearly the same: despatch as tar >trill_". Clarionett reeds, forks PianoForte

and Walter J. Robiu>out will be takca; at the! ( ILOTi1i\-A 1 ; general assortment of Ready that he will attend to the above business though his establishment wvre Apalachicola.. 1 keys, Violin bows, bow Tuning hair &c.

t Court House Marianna. : ; ; tall-e of Ellis I lno J \.\ .' Clothing} just i received and for sale at in till its 111':111 11-. French calfskin Boots made Columbus, (;a., Oct. l 1J, 1 I"I 1 1:5.: .H)) tf Also I Agency for selling bridges,Cot
.. Chickering; &
the} house of Slephen J. Bulge. ELLISON fc CO. to order. He hasalso hand ---- -'- --- '
Rivis 15 V
and Eli7.a : at tllI..re of on : ( a supply) of Flench --- -- Piano 1 +'rtes.

in Wa.}}hii irton; eolltTh defendant I1avat-" .j j-inlo. :t n: Water treet. (Gaiter; l Boots, and Shoes !new and fashionable; B>. II. 1.aUai\" CtCt' t B. ELLIS,
st.
s-.ud witnesses if he --- --'- which will be sold 1'.III:1111R,1'ORi.lERLV: OF 1i0B1LE.hIASdcterminrdttsttbli.Ithitn. 23 Water
tend and cross-examine sees !style as low for) cash as in anv. 1c [ ---- _._- --- r

fit to do so. A. H. HfSlL' f ITU's At"\ (1IWCEJUES.-II)11< .bbls. Western Flour; house in the cjfv.. oct. Js."PAINTS 0..v''i','f1 ;: : SfU.h Dry COOtlS.K .

: Marianna, Oct. 5, h 1:1.: _oHJiaFranklisi it t D) do Whiskcv} : for sale by -- ---AND- OiLS- -:4.:;(.<.l:' self permanently this city, and ,:" have on consignment and for sale very
solicits the patronairo \
Superior (!oisrt.Louisa r W WOOD, j. :'iri(': 10Ihs() Extra White Lead, #, 'E1' respectfully 't low, a quantity of STAPLE GOODS, consisting
of theViti/.ens of Apalachicola and fie uprountry : et'prints of Os-
Cotton
W. > IX CHANCERY. jan1.:) :Waler st. JiHJO) lbs No. White Lead, Linseed Oil, evendescription,
Sprowl,
j .. '1'l1rl':111h'11athrs. 1 himself that a thorough. rwhT1r :. Shirtings, Sheeting Glasgow Jan*,
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Boiled
Crawfnrr: Sprowl. Kill for Divorce.IT jVJA/ Jl; ELll\E DE LINES.Jfn'h lot of I r UO Imperial Green, Sperm Oil, and: practical, knowledge of his bi: s, combi'.ud &c., &c., which; will be sold low for a bare commission
) desire to deserve and obtain the
c\ J de : with a on New \\rk
-Mouseline Laines, just received. :
.satisfaction the Court Ground Verdigris, Neats Foot Oil .
the ,
appearing to. confidence! of the public will en.--ure him successin cost.FARKIOK
tit For sale by n) ELLISON & CO. & CO.,
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t1l1.11111\t.i 2.j Pruss. Blue in oil .
,
that Crawford Sprowl l resales beyond t Spt Tuipenline,
his uwlert. .in;. Shot upstairs in U.iltell'sMuildJn jyl st,
::11 Water t. -M \Vlter ,:
;
ja\ll' ; <; Chrome Green duo !
Varnish ._
is therefore Ordered Copal
of the Territory of Fh.rida-It '. Entrance next door to the Post Ollice. --- ---- ,1 I

that publication be made fur three mouths, BBLS of ROSIN, for sale low, .c Chinese, Vennillion, Bright Ref'-r; to B.! T. C.vuo, 1.SI.lpalachicula ,|. FOR SALE::-i:,o pcs Kentucky B gfiDg; .

notifviiu the defendant, Crawford prowl, to ap- 61. apply to FARRIOR & CO., slip Putty, Leather : '! Sept IT., I. JL) M tf l-i coils Kentucky Hale hope ; I j T

"at a Court to be held in Apalachicola on 1 the jy1] -11 1 I Water st. By the barrel or gallon, just received and I for :3{-") bids Northern Flour ; r
pear _._ _._ .. _
first Monday in December next, tt) hew cause, ifs j i i j. sale by B. S. HAWLEY, 1 1CF'-A few tierces for sale at Charleston in- '* 111> hhds S t. Croix Sugar ; 1i'! ,
-l 1)
s any there be, why the divorce a 1 prayed for in n :1GGicG-IUIpicccs\eish; J :) Bagging: for sale tlcc'7 21 Water st. Voice: } prices, to close consignment bvFARRIOR ] ">< > bags Rio and Java Coffee;

'd.Of low to close consignment! byFARRIOR ; fc Co. I to< tons Iron
the Bill, should riot he rant Sa<1.ll<;s. assorted Swedes ; I-It

AM'L W. CAR\I.\CK. .Water& street.Co. HAVE[ on hand a good supply of Saddles, Bridles ....-jnn3"1. --.- --,__ __ -.11ratC'r-1--- -_.._t-reel.H.iY _. .-. lilt) keirs cut nails; byW1LLIA3I
: I .
t Judge of the Apalachicola District.Apalacbicola -- janl. --- -- ----.-- --------,--- &e. ofvarioiH kinds and of the best qual + AND POT.\TOI'S-100 bales superior (;. PORTE & Co.dcc 4'

June 'J, 1M3. j jc 1 J :{mJTTER Q PORTING HATS.-A fresh supply of Wool ity, which I will sell at lower rates than they ever ,[ tern Hay; 7.; l bbK Potatoes, now land-: I .1{if water st."VfAlLS <.

f. Htj firkins Goshen; Ilultcr, just received Lportil1 Hats, just received and for sale by were: sold for before in this place. Call and see jug from; bar' itc Noble, and for sale by I -luy kegsSwecds Iron Cat Nails J.

l .t. '. and- for -ak byJM. I H ELLISON & CO., them at I''ah'r street, up stairs: I S. DILL/V& Co. li Just n'l'l'i\'l'tt'arul for s-ile byT.

.. jan8 I A. 31YER.S, ..5 water &t. i.,15,, J.'J: Water si. declt t PETEB: 1 HOBAKT.[ faiij J *-'!)' ,,thoI' street. ( H. fc C. II. lUSThV, \

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