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CARDS.

;j T 'LM m, /,\ 2 n ZL
.N'o. 136 Water df 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PILANDER, KIMBALL, Proprietor.
Andrew S. Cooke,
COMMISSION MERCHANTi
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
janl5 tidov Apalachicola, Fla.


COMMERCfAL A DVERTISER,
PUBLISHED VERY MONDAY
DOMINGE, BOS WORTH & WYMAN,
Office third story Balt-ell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce & Chestnut streets,
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,, at the following, rates:
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S acc )rding to the foregoing rates.
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lication is tixed by law, will only be excepted
from the above rule.
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count will be mada ; but all advertisements not
strictly pertaining to their own business, as
well as all legal advertisements snt in by them,
will be charged at the uail rAte.
All announcements of cadidiLtes for o5ice, will
be charged FIVE DOLL Asr daring the canvass,
payable ia all cases in advance.
All Communications, (when admisible,) of a
personal or individda-t nature, or puffs of new
inventions, goods, &e., will be charged for as
advertisements, at our discretion.
the3Jg ....... '-" .. r' '* --.-^-i-^ ,ifla;^ ...yff *asa.^
CARDS'*

1 1ichiael A. Mlyers, .
S AUCTION AND COMM. ;,jN MERCHANT,
SNo. 28 Water street,
Sale Days-WIDNE.SDAYS and SATURDAYt.
S SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER.
Seward Dill & Co.
-AUCTION & COiM-ASSITON MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
( Liberal advances mide on all consignments,
and business entrusted to them will be
promptly attended to
Refers to-LANE S& R,,AD, Boston.
CARY Cooic, Portland, Me.
S. C. WhrTria, r ,l.iuvNll.
Apala6hidola, .Aug. 26.' ly.
~ P. Iobart ,
MANUFAGTUREli \)ND DEALER IN
CABIN ET FURNITURl E;
SUp S-airs, No. 42, Water Street,
decl4 ly ,. Apalaciola. .
S. B, llanfiiltolk'
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street-,
decl ,ly Jlpilachieola Fla.


B. Elliso & Co.,
DEALERS IN TVIlSCELLA.NEOUS GOODS,
AND COM&.ISS10 N MERC GIANT ,
No. 33 Water ..t.-eet,
decl ly A:.. ,:'n'o. a, ,
E. R. FLEWELLEN M IV1. BUT I,
Flewellen & Butt,
FACTORS & CO,1AMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus lock
Apdiachicola, Fia3
{rp Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped
to New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 6m


Knlibtough & Ridgway,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Apalachicola, Florida.
WM. H. KIMBROUGH.
JOHN I. RIDGWAY.
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. decl ly
T. H. & C. H. Austifi
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nd. 50 Water street,
Apalachicola.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
New York. novel ly
Tho$. L. Mitclieil
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANT.
No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola.
ted7 ly


Bodge & Gardner,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SNo 40 Water street,
tecl8 Apalachicola Fla.
Samiel Schiifter.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
No. 49 Water street.
janl Apalachicola, Fla.
W1 A. Wodd,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
Apalachicola. novel ly


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these were usefully employed on Internal Im-
provements, or any thing else useful to individu-
als in the nation at one dollar per day; their
earnings in one year would amount to, one hun-
dred and fifty millions of dollars, which are now

a total loss to the country; besides which, these
people endure much bodily and mental suffering
for the want of employment and the means of
providing for themselves and families a comforta-
le subsistence. Could this employment have
beeh afforded to our citizens for the last six years,
they would have earned nine hundred millions of
'dollars which have now been lost for the want of
the measure of value to test the labor performed.
Had these things been going on, we should have
had no groaning under a surplus of products, and
at the same time a class in abject poverty, and
this surplus of food, clothing and houses before
their eyes while they are unable to use them.
Were this National Safety Fund established,
its effect on Internal Improvement would be as-.
tonishing. Take, for instance, the enlargement
of the Erie Canal. Suppose the State of New
York to b rrow from the United StAtes Govern-
ment say three millions of dollars at three per
cent. interest, to be furnished from time to time
during the year as the State should progress with
the work, so that the State would pay no interest
on the money until it was needed for use. Sup-
pose the State then to employ (out of probably
fifty thousand able-bodied men within her -limits
who are now. without employment and must be
clothed and fed by somebody,) ten thousand men
at one dollar per day. The result would be, the
State would pay these laborers, every week, sixty
thousand dollars. The laborers would buy of the
farmers along the line every week, say twenty
thousand dollars' worth *of food, and expend the
same sum to merchants fot clothing. This would
make a good market along the line of Canal,
each week in the year; for forty thousand dollars'
worth of the productions of the country, and the
Canal would soon proceed to successful comple-
tion. At the end of the year, who would lose by
the enterprise ? In the first place the laborers
and their families have all been well fed and
clothed, and have each laid up an htindred dol-
lars; they have very much bettered their "condi-
tion. The farmers albng the line have found a
ready market for one million of their produce, for
which they have received the cash. The mer-
chants have sold one million of goods and received
the money, and the manufacturers of these goods
have had a satbfe and good market for one million
or dollars' worth of goods. But how would the
State be situated ? She would increase her debt
three millions, on which she would pay ninety
thousand dollars' interest, instead of one hundred
arid eighty, as she now pays at six per cent.i or
two hundred and ten at seven per cent. for the
money. If the canal were built in this way, they
could also reduce the toll to one half; or eVen
less, and this would very much benefit every fai-
mer and producer along its line. Again, how
would the United States Government be affected?
It would receive from the State of New-York
yearly interest to the amount of ninety thousand
dollars: the three millions principal Woiild also
be owing to Government, and when the State
received any surplus, it could pay it to the United
States and stop the interest. Every dollar made
in this Way by the Government would be made
for the benefit of every citizen in the county; and
the State of Newv-York would receive her shaie:
thus every individual, the State, the United
States, and all who would have any thing to do
in the matter, would be benefited; posterity
also would be benefited, as the canal would afford
them cheap transportation for their produce-
there would be no gambling in- this matter no
one would lose what the other would gain, bttt
all would be gainers. The same would be the
result of nearly all individual enterpisies, which
would produce an income equal to thiee per cent.
on the investment; Labor would always be in de-
mand, and be properly remunerated. If the in-
erest should be put as low tas justice requires, I
feel perfectly tnfident that Laboe would always
receive its jiit reward:
But consider the dtitiai saving by boribiving
the three million eof money at three per enrit. of
the United States Government, instead of borrow-
ing of England at six per cent. the bonds being
made payable in 1870, having twenty-seven years
to run. Every six months there would be a
saving of forty-five thousand dollars in interest,
and reckoning -the interest on each saving, com-
potinding it half yearly, the same as We pay the
interest on the bond to England-the forty-five
thou sand we save every six monhs and the inte-
rest thereon for twenty-sevren years, would amount
to N5,691,928 02-Five million six hundred and
ninety-one thousand nine hundred and twenty-
eight dollars and two cents .
All this would be saved to the State of New-
York, independently ot what would be* saved by
the United States. They would save the otner
forty-five thousand dollars ever-y six month?, aind
the interest thereon, and would gain all this from
the State of New York. Every citizen in the
Union would receive his share of the profit, and
no one lose what the others gain. Stippose we
borrow three millions of England instead of the
United States, and it actually comes heiee in spe-
cie; what does it do while heie ? It only helps
the credit of the State of New-York to contract


with her own inhabitants to do a certain quantity
of work tn the canal, helps the laborer to barter
his work for food and clothes, or perhaps to build
a tenement to live in: thus it onlyenables the
people to exchange the labor and material of
which each has a surplus, for some other things
of which they are in want. When the twenty-
seven years are ended, we send back the three
millions of dollars to pay the three millions we
borrowed and the interest thereon for twenty-
seven years, say $11,383, 856 04-eleven million
three hundred and eighty-three thousand eight
hundred and fifty-six dollars and four cents-
which we have paid to England in our produc-
tions, which have been earned by the hard labor
of our people, and every dollar paid in this way
is a clear gain to England' as a nation, and a total
loss to the United States as a nation. We could
not possibly pay this interest every half year in
money, unless We imported it, and then sent it
back again for that purpose.
We probably have not in the country at this
time, one half the amount of specie which has
been brought in by the emigrants from Europe
and other places, who have settled in our land
since its discovery; for we have been paying
yearly an enormous sum of interest to other na-
tions, in money,' besides hundreds of millions in
our produce for the same purpose. England, by


her finance, has become rich from the welfffpf
other nations, H1tr own citizens can easilysee '
who have profited by it. It certainly is not h,,r.
producers. Let her operatives stop their laborr.
and England, with all her money, would soon'%6
in want; but let all her money be sent away, "and
her operatives remain and continue to produce,
and the loss would be trifling in comparison.. ., *
At three per cent. I am satisfied ,the rate of in.-
terest is high enough, and probably even higher *
than it should be. Although money at the rate
of three per cent. per annum, and so continued
without fluctuation, would generally be easily se-
cured and safely loaned, yet if the rate should be
allowed to change from three to six per cent. the
securities would be required to be increased just
in proportion to such rise in interest and the less-
ening in rent or the fall in property in conse2
quence of such rise. Let us see for a moment,
what increase in security would be necessary to
make a loan of one thousand dollars safe for '
twelve years, compounding the interest half year-
ly and adding it to the principal:
$1000 at 3. per cent. interest per annum ,
half yearly for 12 years... .........$1,429 4
Do 6 do db do do 2;032 81
Do 12 do do. do do 4,048 93
Do 18 do do do do 7,911 tIf
Do 24 do do do do 15,278 6
It will be perceived that it would take more-.
than ten times as much property to securethere
one thousand dollars at twenty-four per cent. per '
annum for twelve years, as would be requisite at
three per cent. per annum for the same period,
provided the change in interest did not affect the
property in price; but if the rise of interest occa-'
sioned a correspondi g fall in the property, as We,
have seen to be the, fact, the amount necessary-to
sect-or3 the thousand dollars must be increased in
the same proportion; hence, we see, when inte-
rest on irohey rises, all confidence between man .
and man and in securities is destroyed, arid-it isi-J
almost impossible to offer any security satisfactory
to a money-lender..
If this Safety Fuind should be established,/and "'
the Government furnish the Currency, we should
cease to be boi'fowers of money from England, or
any other foreign nation; we should furnish a
Currency for our own use, and this is what w*e ,:-
ought to do. It seems to be the general impres-,
sion that a country must be tVery old before it can .
be rich; especially in money; but the wealth'of a
nation does riot consist in money;--allt the; legal
currency in the United States, if our crops werp,
cut off, would not pay for provisions-if they
were imported from foreign nations to keep us
from starving-for six months; nor would all the
money in England, if they Were obliged to im-
port provisions, keep theti from starving forone
year; and probably not for six months.
The wealtii. of a nation consists in the soil and
in the productive industry of the people, If We
produce as much in proportion to ou9 population '
as England does in proportion to hers,,.and,.our ,;
inhabitants have as comfortable houses, as.hers,
we are as rich as England; if we produce more ini
proportion, we are richer than England.' .,
I doubt not some alarm would be occasioned by '
the Withdrawal from out country, of" a great ,.
amount of English capital; but the sooner it is
withdrawn the better it would be tor us, as it '
would Save paying the interest, and Cancel s6 ,: '
much of our debt to England., I can see no more,,
reason why we should go to Eingland to borrow
money than why we should go there to catch
rain-water; can we gain any thing by it ? What, A
does the money do when it gbts 'here ? Even if -s
it went into active circulation; it would oniv be
a medium by which one of otir citizens exchanges
with another some of the products of labor or the,..... ..;
soil, and during the time the money remains her ,
we payEngland interest, and then send the same '
money back to pay the same debt *e contract
when we borrowed the mbney, or some other d.,-
debt, which would amount to the same thing:; ;
the interest we have i to pay with the products of *
our laboe. We might as well borrow yard-sticks,
and bushels, and pay England in the, produce of
our cofinty five millions a year for their use, to
meiaslie the qtlifitity of our products; as to pay the
money to measure the value of our products,, in
order to make exchanges between our citizens.
There is as much wealth in the bushels and yard
sticks as there is in money; both are mere mea-
sures. :. ,
Eut again, our specie would probably not. be"
diminished, certainly not after a very few years; i
the productive industry of the country wold bes
immensely increased; for there would be no ant
of money to carry on any business whid-,hlf ^
be beneficial. W~e should of course increase our
exports and lessen our imnports, for we should
manufacture far more extensively, as the rate of' '
interest would then be as low here as in England,
and there would be nb inducement to go abroad :
to borrow money, In the way things are mna ,
naged in England, we do, little good by paying ,
the interest; if we vwere paying it directly to the
operatives and for their benefit, it would be an
act of humanity to continue it. But nearlyevery,
dollar which we and all other nations pay Eng- "'
land, goes into the coffers of therich, and every ,
thing in the country that is the product ol labor- :,
is taxed to pay the interest of the enormous debt ...... .
owed by the English Government to the rich ten ',
of the nation, and to support a Standing Army ''
keep these operatives in subjection, when these ; ,


very operatives earnevery dollar of wealth in thq' *'s,t
nation, and the unholy use of money has prodIuduced, ,
these unhappy results. n "
If we could putan end to its unjust use, (-ee' a ` -W
is no danger ot our Government ever becoming Ji ; er
monarchy, the predictions of Europe to tho con- T
trafy notwithstanding. But should the interest ,..
on money be regulated by our Government atf just "
and equal rates, there would be a Unipn in thin i ,,.
country stronger than any government ever tyect.e '.
established, and, instead of our becoming a mo- .'
narchy, the government of Europe woulb be: ^,.
.lig d to adopt our form of government, or very' *"
much better their own, for I am persuaded th'at-
this oppression of the people who earn thewealth ... :.
of nations by their inmdistry must, from its- sever- q ;
ity, cease. -
Aman in prosperity forgets every onefandi tT
P _Y- g y n e ,--a n d i $
adversity every one forgets him. In prosperity he 1 i ta
appears to have lost all his senses; and when,load-.,
ed with mifortunes, he is said never to have.he hd ,
any. JIn Ms sudden elevation, he becomes di/" J 11.
contented with all the world and when hurled, to
the bottom of the wheel of fortune, all the world '
are discontented with him.
FRIENDSHIP.-Friendship is to esteem, what thi
flower i to the stem that sautains it.


The following pretty lines we received through
.our box, and as that niche in the wheel of time
-14th February-which has been, from time im-
, meihorial, consecrated to the good Saint Valen-.
tine, has nearly arrived ; when the 'lasses' put on
their most winning smiles, and the 'lads' are re-
minded that itris the time to woo,-we give them
here the "poet's corner," with the hope that the
am6rous swain who perpetrated them, thay win
his "lady-love," long ere Saint Valentine's day
shall have rolled around again.
For the Commercial Advertiser.
TO MY VALENTINE.
My lady-love !-my star of light!
Sing sweetly in thy bower,
Beneath the calm and cloudless night;
At ev'nings gentle hour;
The sohlitude then sweetly cheer,
Sing me the songs I love to hear.
The songs I love are olden strains
Of time's eventful day;
'Of dungeons dark and captive chains,
O, bear them on thy lay;
Of warriors bold, of storms at sea-
Of blighted true love's destiny.
Sing me the songs that bring the tear
And melt the feeling heart;
Of sacred, fond affections dear,
When fated lovers part;
Or be thy lay-if cypress bind-
Attuned to soothe the wearied mind.
And when thy heart seems glad and gyj,
Then change the golden song;
Sing of the blooming flowers in May,
Of all !--to youth and hope belong ;
With brightest joy, thy theme entwine
Of love and be my VALENTINE.
LUCIEOPHILIS.

USURY; THE EVIL AND THE REMEDY.
BY GODEK GARDWELL.
CHAPTER XIT.
Of the operation of a National Safety Fund.
I d6 hot d&ubt it will be said by some that the
nln I hb.ve been advocating of establishing a
National S-fety Fund would be a dangerous thing;
th. there- are no men in the nation with whom it
would bI safe to trsit it. All those who make
t':eae r tit r!ns o t i',t it wuld be well to avoid
ii "*e .-Alctior cf men to ririrage it, for they evi-
de ,tly' !-.ve a :ice t ns'-Ives, and such men
!., A ':ttf b.- left ,u' d region oand manager
meat o( yf h -in ri'a s l ,.00.
It w:l probj+lvyb : dva-ced by others that it
would ptit too much iw(r in the hands of the
'-over::.'i)"t~t!-, a it w a,,d the sword but thio it would be better and
safer for the Governme,,nt to rule the purse than
for the purse to rule the Government; and as to
the swords, should this be adopted, there would
be no danger of them : they would be beat into
plough-shares and the spears into pruning-hooks.
All who are willing to labor would find a most
comfortable subsistence. They would not be sp
oppressed by abject poverty and want that life
would be a burden, that they would rather rush
into the battle-field, hoping for the spoils, than
endiire the sufferings of poverty and misery which
are now the lot of millions of our fellow beings in
civiiised Christian countries. Who would wish
to go to the battle if all his mental and ph sical
'wants were well suppliedI Were this the case,
nation would not rise up against nation, but eace
'and good will would reign among men. Let peo-
ple be assured of the comforts of life by theit own
honest industry, and few would covet their neigh-
bors' goods. The great temptations to vice would
be removed, simply by taking power from these
images which have been set up and sealed with
the seals of the various governments of civilised
nations, and clothed with a power superior to all
other power among men. There is now no base
on which a man can make a contract with his
fellow man which will not be changed by this
inoney-devil; for as this devil changes in appear-
ance so does the contract change in essence, and
the closer a man hugs this evil one, the more
pcwer he will have over his fellow man, and the
more unjustly will be wield this power; but"if
this Satan is once chained and his power limited;
he also will cease todo evil. If he does go to and
fro in the earth and up and down in it as he al-
ways has dAne, still he will be limited wherever
be goes, and will not usurp authority over the
blessings 6f God to man, but will allow the man
who works to eat.
The drunken and rioting devils are visible to
mans but this arch deceiver who has robbed the
two farmers (of whom I have previoudy spoken)
of their farms, has perhaps not even been dis-
cerned by them, but they have attributed their
misfortunes to want of judgement in becoming
indebted. Tdie usurers are sure to plead this as
the caused and not only this but the) go farther,
and say there is great dishonesty n making con-
tracts and not fulfilling them, when they them-


selves have changed the contract after it was
made, and put it out of the power of the parties
to meet their engagements: these money-lenders
plead their own honesty in justification of their
conduct, and say, Have we not paid all our
debts with twenty shilling.s in the pound, not-
withstanding the great want of moral virtue in
the citizens of the nation ? and while even the
States have forfeited every principle of integrity,
We remain honest, and are the only people left
to save the nation from entire ruin." This is their
assertion, but this secret enemy of mankind, by
the a;d of usurers, has visited every hamlet in the
country and decreased the value of labor and of
the productions of the soil, and made the widow
ano orphan, and sometimes the rich, to be sup-
pliants for their forbearance. But. if they do for-
bear, it is only to sink this evil "root" deeper
and get a firmer hold of all that is left, so that
when forbearance is at an end, they are sure of
the last remaining farthing: thus the labor of a
long and prudent life is often swept away by this
curse, and the same evils will be visited 'pon our
,children for generations to come unless national
measures are taken to avert them.
iWe have probably more tan five hundred
thlusand men idle in the Vnited States. Suppose

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GreIAwood & Ellis,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION
ME[ CHANTS,
Colurnibdas, Geo gia.
S Liberal advances miAde unon Goods consign-
eJ to is. jan8 5t


I Wan. G. Por*tOf *& Co;
DEALERS IN GOODS AND. COMMISSION
MHERtCHAN'TS
No. 41 Water Street,
nov25 ly JApq'achicbla, Fla.
31IclKay &i Hartshornie,
COMMI JSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
nov1 Apalachicola, Florida,


W. A. & P. C. Kaln,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Apalachiccia.
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to
Liverpool, New Yorki and Boston, and also in
store. nov1 ly
JEREMIAH DAY DANIEL J. DAY.
,"J. Day 0 6o.,.
t o MIS SIO 1 N MERCHANTS,
No, 52 Water street,
.. ian8 ly A palachicola, Fla.


HArper & lIolmiti,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,
jan29 Apaladhicola, Fla.
David G. 1Ai0hesy,
COMMISSION &6 FO WARDING GiMERCHANT
AND !DEALER IN. GOODS,
No. 43 Water sAteet.
jan29tin 'Apalachicola, Fla,
"T- T. Wood* & C,
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uO MV VJ. 1 0 0 1 IZ L) l. Z I A !dt A" kN AICNH T.
No. 29 Water i-ti.-er
nl' Atalachic,'"a, Fl'a


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*. Ailid &c Co.
ERS IN CLOTHING; BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Corner Water aind Chesnut street,
Apalachicoia. novl ly


DEAL


Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOT'HIER
No. 2261 Bowery, near Rioihgton si,
NEW YORK. novel ly


James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NO FARY 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


W in. Sydney Orden, Hi. D.
DR. GREEN taxes this opportunity of expres-
sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
, ler himself more useful in his profession.
S Office on Centre- near Water street. dec25


A Card.
DOCT. 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 o t Live Oak
street, formerly the residence of Charles'Rogers,
Esq. dec4


Ligon & Owens,
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAWi
Abbeville and Troy, Ala.
W ILL practice in the County and Circuit
Courts of the counties of Montgomery, Pike,
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Barbour, composing the
eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama.
WOODSON L. LIGON,
., Abbeviile, Henry co., .Ala.
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HASTINGS E OWENS, o e&m~
Troy, Pike co., Ala .tor & McK zie,
-Refers to COMMISSION MERCHANTSi
Col. A McAllister, No. 3 Water street;
Gea. A J McAlliser, Henry co, Ala. Apalachicola-
Gen A M c lliter 5JOHN M M eetly.
Maj. Jefferson Buford, Eufaula, Ala. Jo. McKEz n
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomery, Ala. Wm- A. McKENZ ,) novl ly
Gen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga. Farri &
Messrs. Chester &McGriflf, Apal'a. Fa. f COMMISSIONANDFORWARDIN
..January 25th, 1814. ja~n29 tfMCOMMISION .ND FOR ARD,%

Law Notice. No. 44 Water-street,
W. G. MId. DAVIS, nov25 ly ..Apaahicola, Fla.
turned to the practice of the Law. He 4. Hwley
to attend to business at the County WHOLER.ALE DEALER N )RGS, PAINTS,
le, lApalachicola. TS, '
pa 'OILS, GLA3.i, &c. &c.. &t.
,lHea 1[. Bi Sil, No. 21 Water street,
AND COUNSELLOR AT. LAW, Apalachicola; rovl ly
Marianna, Florida.
.. inm the Courts of Franklin, Jack- C JM W. WOodad C&H T o
: aWaCintoncounties. C 0MMISSION MERCHANTS,
.." 1 ~No. 18 Commerce street,
; '*. lge & Taylor New Orleans, La. nbri ]y
-"*,-.." NEYS AT LAW, ....
*. v ianna, Florida. Thoelas Bettram,
GE. JoHN' B. TAYLOR C OM M IS SI ON M t R CHA N T,
No. 14 Commqon street.
''.'. .'iW& R.W. White, NEW ORLEANS. novel ly
-.^.UNELLORS AT LAiW, .. .
.'"ee, Florida. Whitmarsh & Richar.soln,
mselves in the practice of Dealer' in
*o f of Wle n the practie GROCERIES, CONECTIONARY, AND
O WA. R" : f D & WHrtii' A general assortment of Fruit, Vegetables, &c.,
."._several Courts of the No. 33 Water street
Districts, and the Court Ap lachicla,l Fla.
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deprived of a partner and a brother. A successor
will immediately be chosen.
O3- Marshal Soult havin promoted the son of
Marshal Nay, to a Lieut. Colonelcy, Louis Phil-
lippe refused to sign his commission. The King's
popularity is sufring seriously from this.
{Cp- In the year 1843, thirty-nine steam boats
were built at Cincinnati, with an aggregate ton-
nage of 8,571 tons, and coasting $168,000.

The Boston Post in noticing the Cotton specu-
lation going on, says:-
"It is the opinion of intelligent merchants,
who came passengers by the Britannia, that a rise
of 1J a 2d. will be established before April, as
the consumption was great, and the very low
rate of money induced speculation. The supplies
arriving from this country were small, and the
excess of stock daily diminishing. Shipments of
goods to the United States were large, in the face
of our high duties, as the last fail operations
turned out so well."
The Boston Post also notices' the investments
in manufacturing stocks in Massachusettsr. Some
of the factor ag,?nts, it si.s, have had the zgood
fortune to lay in .1 year's stock" of. cotton at -low
rates. T`ile Sprihgfinld, Great Palls and Merri-
mack companies are'understood to be thus provi-
ded with the raw material-, and a large.. advance,
has been' realised in their market value as a na-
tural result.
The Post of the ,23A, addsw:- : : i' .-.;
The Dwig.ht Co. aeLIncreasing' their capital,'
and the hew mills at Loweil',just incorporated,
will come into the manufacture of cotton twist for.
exportation.
A company has been formed in this city with a
capital of one million dollars, and'have purchiassd
a privilege which, in the course of another year,
will set in motion two mills of 15,000 spindles
-each, to manufacture delaines, &c. /
The Amoskeag manufacturing company have
already laid the foundation of 'a now mill at that,
place, which will bo one of the .',' in o4r
country for the manufactue of ,* iton goodsh--
Thes are to run 18,000 spindles,? and wiIh t',iers
now in operation by.that corn an-, (of w ic'
Messers. Sayles Merriman &k C., are t ie e ..Il-I
for these goods) will be one of. he lexlliju' ilialu-
-facturing companies here. -i "ri firm are about
starting a large nmitl at Sout'bidi" i"' this State,
to manufactue the-same article of: woolen.
The Boot Co.-at Lowell pays semi--aanIual
dividend of ten per cent. uextfnti."-- A!
i Balt. Amer.

TAAVEL ON TrH* P .AN.--The G .'.*' Western
and her monster mate the Great (BT'ii, will.,
make ten voyages this year. TI) i-rect stea-
mers will make twenty. This avil give us more
than two steamers each month.Y .
COTTON FACTORY.- Phi ladelpia Inquirer

notices a projected C J`:,J Factoryin Camden,
(N. J.) the buildings ol- which Will cos\ about,
$2040)..O. It is ca-l"'lat'A- to employ 100l per-
sons, and will tht,; create a necessity fob*ome
200 dwelling horsei. .
UNITED Sr-i"E, Rt.NATRs---In Rhode Isla&r,
B Francis. (w.iic;) h p b.'en elected U S SenatOr
in Ihp plar, of \V nL. ) (gue, resigned. .
In Loui .il,, Hr-!, Johnson, (whig) formeilv'
Governor -'f t 11. *l. ,,tas beenp elWcted : S
Senator ta Fsucceei "i late Atex Por'ter. ; :
QUIjCK' ?.\LI,, -S" I i e schr. -Vesper,- Capt.
Smith arn viftd on Fridly from Belize, Honduras,
in th? re-r;.!irkallv .dort.:,'as 11;.? of .13 days ..She:
nerfc'r,-l- the voyage frm Nw V rk to Belize.
(rer,,i *.-d t'c.r" 13 *ys} .aid bTack toNew York,;
in 4 d4y.. l'nia i'- tie shortc-n,, voyage oa record.
Y :4. Jo 'of Co00.


EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per shiti-Tallahassee--1,649 bla
cotton -. "
NEW YORK--Per ship c-ardirier-055 bales.
Per ship Mary c.Sus'n-l,100 bales.
Per bark Wa1.-349 bales. ., ,,. "'
Per brig W L Jonei-509 bales.- :
f Per brig Republic-413 bales.
BOfTO.XN-Per brig Gerinrude-277 bales.
BALTIMOiR--P-r schr Medimn-140 bales. '
:,EVW ORtL"A, Per schr Mozart-227 bales
Per schr Romeo-28-1 bales.
Per schr Swallow 6-26 b-des.
Per schrTPearI-290 bales.
''""IMPORTS.
HAVANA-Per sahr Sophia-85 pkgs mdze and.
fruit to H I-Iodces
NEW YORiK-Per brig Alabama--3 pkgs mdze
to D G Rany; 5P Hobart; 100 .1 Day v: Co; 2 S
B HRamilton; 4 Harper &% Hhne. I1 s A *V'A PQ'
,ain; 79 Gr?-een,&Connerv; 1 Lockhanrt you
6 McKay & Hartsh S Hawloy; 83 Moore B MceI.nzie; 103 Tiling-
hast, Stark ( Co; 147 B Ellison C Co; :199RH
Taylbr & Co-' 3 WA _0 Port,: r .k Co.'
Per brig Acton--478po s smdze to H R Taylor
.C Go; 14 M\lc,,:ay '& 'H-artshorne; "'7 Mopfe Ac
MqEenzie; 25 -. iper & H.,hnit,; 45 S Crob,,by; 58
P Hobart; I1 Dodge ,A "Gcrdepr; 10 NV S Demarel;
4 A 'y1e:9 Thtver & Keer; 4 H'Smith'; I
T Caro: 69 i t),.rd.-r
I-ALTIMOR1 I1-Per A hip S 'Ivan>as Jenkins--24j
pkgs minze t..Kimbrouqh & 'ld-way, 6 J Ste''en
son V: Co; 23 Pceeton N: Maclay; 16 to G-apt Eve
]v-igh: 1 1 -i e.j1 lin:- to MicGwcurawS Nooaan.
PROVIDEN-CL-Per brig P.,ragon-1-0
pw .0e 0 cks !ime to T L Aitch,-i.
NEW OXLEALZS--Per schr Octatia-20
molasses, 20 do sugsir. 30 do flour to McI,
Harishorne; 81 pkg_ mdze to S Crosby: 25 1
Rankin; 262 to M1 Brannon; 65 pce bagr
coils.rope, 37 sks coflee, 0 hhds sugar'-
Lbrough-kRidgway. s!'- .
Per ?clhr Li6--54 plgs mdze to Green ,"
nery; 6 lihds sug ir, 5O bbls flour to WV G "
C. ; 8 sti \-,,P., 10 k itlet,, 2 crates and .
M,:-Kay & -lartz.horne; 39 pkgA indze tA '
}) d6 to 1 -1 Taylor'& Co; 179 to ; B ,
30 bbis pork. 3. %plotigh-moulds, to I rv .-
h~ds s,:!gr, 50 bhls flour toTrL Mite] "
T.4 ObIkLI-P,-,P &chr F HaUet-St-1 -,7
bKitubough & Ridgway 1 H
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SAikTG DAYS of the STRAXM S-IPS.
..-i T From Liverpool., From Boston.
Hihernia. Judkins,....Dec. 5ih...... n. st.
Britannia, Hewiu, ...Jan4Mth..... -Feb. 1st.
C iedoni,t, LoTt....... Feb. 5[! i..... Matchlst.
Acadia, Ryrie, ........ NMar. 4th ...... April 1st.

EXCHANGE.
Cheeks at-sight on N York ......par.
' Ausn-sta, .... par.
Bostoi,.......1.-29prc prem.
Clnrle-tot,. .12
' t " l \ l ii rl h "t
"' NOrl-ans,.. 1 "
Bills on New York .... 30 day -I.... 1 a Ia1 per c dis't.
....,GO ds.....IU&a 2 ,
On all other Northern cities, the'same rates.
FREIGHT. T
To Liverpool,....... ......... .5-8d. pr lb.
New York........ ..... .,.3-4c' "
B oston, ........ ........ ..,;; :4^ ;*'
No foreign engagements since Our lasi. Coast-
wise freights are brisk at our q--iolations.
COTTON STATEMENT.,,1 '.
Stock on hand.............. 1.. ..,4.211 "*?; : .... -
Received since our last,........4,i6 Sj --
previously...........67,018 .
\ ^ -1,790 bales.
Exported since our last,,.... .,8'6C2 ,-.;f
A't previously, ......... 40,121 .
--46,983 :<:
Stock on hand not cleared,.......24.,307 CA.[i
COTTON MARlKET. .
There has been less difficulty in, eficting salft,'
since our last report, there being a linh- more in-
quiry, at an established improveinent of 41. We
change our quotations accordingly. Inferior, 7 to
7j; Ordinary, 7j to 8; Middlirng, 8i to- 81' Mid-
dling Fair, 9to 91; Fair, 9 a 916 qf"' : : *
The sales of the week afiOUnt to 2,226 bales as
follows:-16 bales at 7j; 15 at 7j; 20i at 7-1 siat
8; 13 at 8 3-16; 52 at 81; 123 at 8,; 349 at 8j; 54
at 8 9-16; 112 at 81;, 20 at 8 11-1if; 79 at L8; 352 at "
8"; 387 at 9; 304 at 9j; 106 i..t 9.1; 65 at 9k; ,15 at
9g; 36at,9{; 27 at 104 cents per ib., f '/ .
Nothing doing,tc-day. -,. .,;,< ,'' "
DOMEIFTIC MARKETS.
CHARLESTON, Feb. 3-C-o'rri-The re-'
oo; 9. -ttriiri"dCie la.ip U -t '" --h-. ve been
largo, amounting .1- 11705 h1)alos. Exporied in qmie
time 6,02 bales. '-a.vi-g a -hipoing z-.t'ck (f 51,199
bales exclusive of 2.593 ,;n -hi,,b'ard not l,'lared.
The animated d-ini .d for Upl..tnid which had
sprung up in oil:* i,rk[t on -th- h,. day of the
week previous to the In"-, aiid -11 liA'h ,L-.,'lieJ oi
that day in the -ale (.l i!pward,, f5.7o0 1a:e-at an
advance of a i cl in .-ore.-. degree c(ThIneCd
during Saturdav and Mrndav lwat.:ojn which davs
4012 bales chagafd h;indJ. at fnll] priees Oni TIToP.S-
day themarket hown\',.r becuai! xc,,piv.ely laCi."
gud, .purchasers \h'i hrjwi,,g ,..io- entivirrIv 'in-
asmuch that the sl.s o,,'v r h.flh-d :104 bale," riot
much more atIiriiT^'n.a_lvuL .&-h-"-raa-I
lowing days. \evdn a !,v arid Thur day, which
closed with hiee stls rf "401.0 ind W6k bai,. Yes-
terday a little beter feeling m-I ledto ;)e mani-
fested by buyers mainly owing to the acc,,u.uis
received from NP\e York in ih, ninnjint:i which
rRpresetedt tbe market then ah cornifring firm.--
.)The sales la-s eveoing'had rearhpd nr.,r9tM) bales.
Under such eircurmstances it cnnlt be expxcred
that the op,|iv i>->ns made sliine Monday were all
at aA -iiffprnies as tho,e -i(e on ihl i Thihree'dav.s
previous, aq'd'such concesion. as generally ac-
Company. s,le? made with a dill nMrkot, were no "
doubt experiended, by some selieri d-triji the last
four. days. On the whole, lipwever, holders con.
tinue ,irm where sales are" the '( ff,-cts of enquiry;
but if otherwise, and the article is offPred, a re-
.hlieti,,n off"a j cent wonlId ,i. bably have "o be
s Iblrnilted to in order to eftel .;des. The total of
the week's sales amount to(?,212b:fles-;-r the fol2
lowir p-truiK l ar-;: 92 b'ile -.!t 10 .; 87, 10; 242 "
10, 5`,79j; -112, 91. 1364, 9 ; 1110. 9,- f154, 31" 426'
94; 79 3-9; U-]4, 8; 1,0, 8j; 174. -7" 2 .. we
vonun .'ir ctlr --- ,;i qlotaticii-s-Liverpool classicfi a-
1io0): iiif.Ti<.nr 'and .ordinary 8j a 8&,; middling a
middjing fair 9 a 9,; fair to fully fair 9j a 10; good
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which will make all goods, chattels, lands, 4-c.
of a judgment debtor hereafter liable to levy
and sale undr execution. In recommending this
law the committee believe they are doing nothing
but justice tod ,both- debtor and crIeditor; and al.
though it may not meet the approbation.; f all
men, yet it is the only course to remedy existing
evils, and, sustain the" credit of 'the Territory.
The report continues:-- This is no untried ex-
periment; it is ascertained that in the States of
Maine, Massachnsetts, Connecticut, New York,
Pennsylvania, Maryland, rMichigan, Indianna,
Missouri, North Carolina and Georgia, the prac-
tice of selling u;-der execution the interest of a
'judgment debtor in property mortgaged, now
prevails, and they cannot learn that any other
State of the Union subject mortgaged property to
a different rule in this report than that which
governs property unencumbered." 'We hope the
principles of the bill will be sustained and adopted
as a law, for if our statutes warrant any other
construction the sooner they are changed the
better.
THE NEW PACKET, CHAMPION.,
We were much gratified at seeing the new
steamer Champion cone in from Columbus on
Thursday last in such gallant style,, having per-
formed the trip from this to the later place and
back in a little over four days. A passenger in-
forms us that the time from wharf to wharf, on
the upward trip, was only 36 hours, including
stoppages, and the running time 31 hours 5 min-
utes. This is about 8 hours sooner than it has
usually been run by our fast boats, and brings our
two cities (although said to be 378 miles apart)
quite near neighbors. The Champion is a new
boat with a double engine and immense power,
and her model, beauty, and superb accomoda-
tions, promise the greatest comfort and safety to
the public., We understaPd that her gentlemanly
and enterprising commander intends running her
as a regular packet from this to Columbus, leav-
ing here every Saturday. We wish him much
success.
NATIONAL CURRENCY.

We would ask the attention of our readers to
the chapter in this days paper, on our first, page,
on tlhe subject of Currency. It is a continuation
of the very able document we promised to publish
in numbers, and we think it should call the at-
tention of all men of business. That a National
Currency is indispensable to a Commercial coun-
try like this, the past has given ample evidence,
and we have no hope that the future will be less
free from the evils of an insecure circulatinrg
medium, for the operations of the Merchant,
until the country shall adopt a well devised and
permanent system. What that plan will be, or
what it should be, remains to be determined by
future, legislators.

THE OREGON TERRITORY.
Here, we have a field,, before the American
people, wide enough to satisfy the most towering
ambition of those who aim at the accomplish-
ment of great objectaithrcugh the force of native
energy and talent. The proposed occupancy of,
Oregon, now before Congress,.-should be discussed
free and entirely apart from all sectional and un-
worthy partizan feelings. It is one of great mag-
nitude, which may involve the destinies of not
'only this county, but the whole civilized world
Widely as our territory extends, we have no
land to spare-no, not a single foot, to England
or any other foreign power. But, if the Subjects
of Great Britain, wishi to become citizens, and
help us to settle and. improve the Oregon, as
many of them have other Porti'ons of the! United
States, we then say, come andwelcome, but leave
your allegiance behind.

TEXAS. h /
The question of annexation is becoming a mat-
ter of deep interest to our citizens, and the dis:
cussion now going on, chaims and receives general
attention. There is-now a resolution before
Congress for connecting this with" the possession
of Oregon. We do n,,t incline to the .belief of its
immediate annexation,- though we consider Texas
as properly belonging to this confederacy, and
will certainly in the course of events be admitted.


Self-preservation from English domination will
demand it. e
HON. GEORGE EVANS.
We publish from the "1 Boston Courier," the
following high tribute to the Hon'le GEoRGE
EVANS. No man is better acquainted with this
distinguished Senator, or more competent to jnda-e
of his merits than Mr. Buckingham, and from
our knowledge of Mr. Evans, we think it a just
comnpliment.
."It is-now, I believe, no more than six years
since George Evans first stock his ae t in our na-
tional councils; and c-ri .ialy, no star ever cul-
minated wi h more dazzling rapidity. And the
lustre of his career is of an enduring quality A- a.
debater, he has never been excelled--as a logicaf
speaker, seldom: while the earnestness of.hi? man-
ner, and the sincerity of his tones, cohqur the ob-
durate, and confirm the doubting. Over a fancy,
as sparkling as luxurious, he throws the cvrb of
sober judgment; and never would he sacrifice .a
true to i beautiful thought ,
Of financial matter's, he possesses and lavishles an
infinite fund of knowledge; and'ihe manner in
which he discu?--es them evinces as much desire
to inform; as ability to in-truct. He would preside
over th.. fiscal affairs cf the Government with as
much talent as could be commanded. Men, often-
times, of bold and striking conception-s,- are rash
i, tleir application, and awkward in their expres-
sion Not so with him. With the genius to ori-
ginate,.he has the talent to manage, and the happy
faculty of popularizing, a truth. And the seldom co-
existent qualities, fertile imagination, and severest
ratiocinatiqn in him are harmoniously blended.,
Those rare qualities, which glow with the.greatest
beauty, when: united, and shine wuh the most
brilliat lustre, when opposed, characterize all his
productionn"
01-!3 It iW-computed tliat the advance of cotton
Xn Li-erp0op, is an increase of value nothe whole
crop in thits country, of full $7,000,000.


MR. McDUFFIE'S BILL.
The mod ification of" The Tariff," as proposed
by this dintinguished statesman, does not meet
with that favor in the Senate which, in our opin-
ion, it deserves' It is true the able chairman of the
Finance C6mmittee urges objections to entertain-
ing, or rather originating the.Bill in that House,
on the ground of its being for revenue purposes
and contends that such Bills must originate in
the House of Representatives., As this can have
no bearing on the merits of the Bill, or the ne-
ce03ity of :modifying the Tariff of 184"2, we shall
1-t the objections of Mr. Evans pass, not being
disposed to question his constitutional scruples,
or the correctness of his views. But we do be-
lieve, that the Tariff should be revised by the
present Congress and during this session. The
Revenue in its present form does not. and it can-
not, equal the wants of government. This alone
would seem to demand its modification, if there
were no other reasons for entertaining the pro-
position of the Senator from South Carolina. But
there are other reasons, and those of a very sub-
stantial nature. The present Tariff, is in many
respects, unequal and loo protective in its char-
acter. We are advocates for the protection of
Americarf industry and interests so far as would
be given by a Tariff for Revenue, affording inci-
dental protection;-beyond this, we do not go.
We would avoid the two extremes, of free trade
and the highly protective system. American
interests forbid adopting the first proposition,
so long bs England adheres to her restrictive
system and long established rule, of forcing the
world to pay an indirect tribute to foster her
manufactures and commerce. It has contribu-
ted more than all other causes to her national
power and greatness. And for us to resort to
direct taxation, for the support of government,
allowing trade entirely free, would be ruinous
and most unreasonable. We therefore contend
for a judicious Tariff; and by this, we would be
understood as advocating one, differing in many
essential particulars, from the present. We
would tax all articles of luxury, among which -
we clas- tea and coffee. Nothing could be more
equal and, of course, just. A moderate duty, say
of five cents on tea and two cents on coffee, per
pound, would add at least three millions per an-
num to the revenue on Imports. We would not
allow a tax on any article of real use, SO ,igh, as
to amount to a prohibition, for the purpose of
fostering any class of American manufacturers.
Should Congress adjmurn without'adjusting this
Tariff, we think an important duty will be ne-
glected. ' -- -
GENERAL DUFF GREEN.
This gentleman's letters, written while in
England, and addressed to the "1 London Times,"
have attracted considerable notice. They are
written with great ability, and we hope will do
good in correcting the exceedingly erroneous im-
pressions existing in that country in relation to
the United States. The question of State indebt-
edness, Js so little understood in England, that
many suppose the odium of repudiation-a refusal
to pay-should equally apply to all the States,
and to the General Government, with as much
force as.the few States which have failed to meet
their obligations.' And just as imperfectly do they
"understand the peculiar institutions of our South-
ern States. No one question, with reference to
this country, is more generally discussed or mis-
represented in Great Britain, than the condition,
of that class held to labor in America; and in this
many of her statesmen having taken the lead.
We do not regard these statesmen as at all dis-
posed to be correctly informed on the. 3ubject--
And we consider it quite impossible,; that any
noble, sentiment of humanity could prompt such
action, as they have been pleased to introduce--
which affords evidence 'of a spirit of persecution
and intolerance; all for the promotion of ulterior
views very far from creditable. First of all;, it is
weUl known,-that England fixed the iinstitutions
on this country, which, she so loudly condemns.
Again, she now holds to servitude, though' in a.
different form, more persons in her 'East India
possessions than the entire population of the.
United States: and Engla~nd together. And we
further say, it is a degree of servitude more abject
that any known in America.*
Now, for such people to'talk of philanthropy,


is indeed amusing. That a Nation whose ambi-
tion aims at subjecting the world to her sway in
commerce should speak of liberality of sentiment,
is a most cool degree of impudence. We are the
natural rival of England in commerce, and as we
advance, she must eventually recede. Here theh,,
*we have her reasons for this unwarrantable inter-
ference with our rights. Her decline is just as
certain as the progress of the United States is
onward. Let England'be more content with her^'
present possessions, fbr she may endanger those,
i-n the attempt to acquire more. The same species
of injustice which obtained her those and made,
the nation rich, would now crush her forever.
THE CREDIT" SYSTEM.
That credit is often abused in this country, as
it ever has been, and will continue to be, in all.
parts of; the civilized world, we need none to tell
us. -This is one of the natural evils resulting
from the progress of civilization, and the difficul-
ties and embarrassments which it occasions should
be met with a spirit-of philosophy. That great
and enduring benefits .are conferred upon the
world, by this extension of confidence is beyond
a doubt, though we frequentlymeet with those
who consider it as full of eviJ and wrong-and
yet we do know, that in nine cases in every ten,
those individuals have been entirely indebted to.
the benefits of the credit system for all their
wealth-,-n this it had its origin, but since they
have become rich, others may plead and remain
poor, This i* ungenerous--t'is unchristian.


For the Commercial Advertiser.
Mr. EDITOR,-Our citizens were entertained
three evenings last week with Concerts by the
,"'Brothers..Arniold.'r* ,.Their- perform.inces" were
good, and I believe gave satistaclioe to those w7ho,
heard them. ;The music was'given with exceed-
inzg good taste, and without any affectation or
I'trickery.' But that is not the point in considera-
tion: I am pained to see so little encouragement
given to entertainments of that kind, :;We are ,so
isolated from the rest of the world, that every in-
ducement should be held out to public performers
to visit us, as every such visit is a 'god-send,' cer-
tainly; yet, while all are lamenting that none of
the great Artists 'visit us, they do not seem dis-
posed to hold out THE inducement necessary. To
ensure the visits of such artists as Ole :Bdtll,"
"Vieux Temps," "Henry Russell," and others,
we must patronise persons of interior talents, as
any city is always visited for liberal patronage, or
the want of it.
Again, Our honorable Council must be in error
-or rather, the laws of the City-when Concerts
are charged 87 00 for a license. They certainly
are not "' Theatrical performances," or wild
beast shows," and therefore do not come within
"the pale of the law." I think if our "City
Fathers" will examine the laws of Florida, they
will find a wide difference between them and the
laws of Apalachicola. It is sincerely to be hoped
that these little errors may be corrected, for the
credit of the city, and the greater enjoyment, in
this respect, of its citizens, as we can assuredly
expect no favors from 'those who find they are
obliged to pay a TAX for the PRIVILEGE of singing
to EMPTY BENCHES. B.

THEATRE-We paid a visit to this establishment
on Thursday evening, and was agreeably surprised
to find every thing so neat and comfortable. The
accommodations for the audience are much better
than they ever was before. The scenery and de-
corations are in good taste and the company well
drilled for their respective duties. Mrs. HART
was, as usual, the ".Cynosure of all eyes," the
"observed'of all observers." This lady has indeed
a hard time of it. Tragedy, Comedy, Opera or
Farce, are sure to find her at her post, ready for
duty.' She may well be, termed, in Theatrical
parlance, the Star of Florida.". We understand
she will take a benefit'cn Wednesday evening.
Let it be a real one. In fact she deserves a
complimentary benefit," if superior talent, in-
dustry, and an earnest desire to afford general sa.
tisfaction, together with her amiable and lady, like
deportment, are any claims to consideration and
respect. Will not the ladies of our city turn out
in her behalf! F.
Ci- Hon'le WILL*IAM SPRAGUE, U S. Senator
from Rhode Island, has resigned his seat on ac-
"wf-

COMMERCIAL.
LATEST DATE.
Liverpool ....... Jan. 4[New YYork.... .Jan. 36.
.avre, _. Nex, Orleans,...Feb 3.
Havana ......... ,, 9. Charleston..... 6.
LETTERtS FOR EUROPE.
.. From New York for Tiverpool .-Packetssai'l on
the 1st, 7th, 13th and 2591 of every ,nonih.
Frorn New York- fox r London.-Packet4 sail oh.
the l.l, 100!h and 26th 9f every month.
From New \ ork for'!tavre .--Packets sail on the
1st, 8th and 24tb of evPry nnillh.
0(7r Letters intended to go by the Nev York
Packets should bt deposited- in he Post Office at
least ten-days b, ore the ,dy of de "'froni
X w, I ork- -post paid.


'APALAOIMOOLA, MONDAY, rEB. 12, 1844.


MAILS.
Yesterday's steamer brought but little news-"
the mails are still behind. We have no papers
from New York later than the 28th January, and
61h February from Chiarles'ton. The weather has
been very;.cold at the north as well as rainy at
the"south; at New York on the 27th the mer-
cury stood as low (at noon) as 14 -above zero, at
2 o'floIk 18. The entrance of th<4 East River,
was completely blocked up with ice. The mails
have accumulatedd to a great height ; the snow,
has covered the rail roads; the Potomac is frozen
over, and the ice boat is out of order. The
Charleston Mercury says:--" Yesterday's. mail
slipped symptoms of recovery, but they are still in
arrears all around ; reports of the weather shows
that it has been very crusty, and various mishaps
hive been the consequence. Three mails will
b due from Washington to-day."'
ARRIVAL FROM THE INTERIOR.
VoWare, pleased to announce the arrival of the
*barge Lafayette from the Old Agency, Crawford
county, with 69 bales of cotton and 12,000 white
oak states, to Messrs. Flewellen & Butt, of our
city.
This is the second arrival of cotton direct from
that place, but -we hope it will not be the last by
many hundred. The Old Agency is some dis-
tance above Albany, and the navigation above the
latter place we are told is. not half as difficult as
it isbelow. A little enterprise on the part of
our steam boat men would doubtless secure a
very large part of the trade of the Flint River to
our city, which now goes to Macon and Colum-
bus. 'The rail road from Albany to the Ocmul-
gee is in slow progress, and will perhaps never
be finished, or at least for several years to come.
Would it not therefore be worth the attention of
some Of, our, merchants, and other citizens, to
build an: iron steamer of -such a draught as could
ascend and descend at the ordinary stages of
water during the business season?
LAW OF PILOTAGE.
The law regulating pilotage in this port, pro-
vides that any pilot who presents himself to the
master of a vessel outside the bar, shall be en;
titled r nhat pilotage, whether his services are
needed .or not.
To -this provision in the law, we believe our
-9riprmoasters do not generally object, for they un-
derstanr it as designed to induce pilots to cruise
Offthe coast iMlpwsuit of vessels; and when such
result is produced "by' that feature in our regula-
tions, it is beneficial to commerce.
In -some'of our northern cities the half pilot-
age so accruing not for the use of the pilots,
but taken by t1e city for the charitable and
worthy object of'relievi ng sick and destitute sail-
Ora, We dou't know that our pilots are any too
well paid, even by allowing the half pilotage for
their use, but the commerce of the port has be-
come quite importaiit, and, they should certainly
Ite willing to "increase their'number according to
the demand. Complaints are often made of some
detention invwaiting for a pilot. This should not
be so. ti6ur pilots are good and attentive-none
more so--but theyare too few in number.
TO MASTERS AND OWNERS OF STEAMBOATS,
&.--We publish the following rules and regula-
tions of the Custom House, for tlie, benefit and
information of the Masters and owners of Steam-
bosts and other vessels, trading in our' port:
All Steam Boate and other vessels, engaged in
the Coasting trade, are required by the laws of the
United States to have their license renewed an-
lually. ,,, = .* ,': "* u
Vessels of oevDer description oftnve tons and up-
wards, are required to have the name, and the name
of port to which they belong painted on the stern.
Steam Boats are' re tuired to have an inspection
of the. Hull annually, and. on the Boilers, semi-
annually.
Whenever there is any change of ownership,
new papers should be at once obtained. Licenses
must be returned within three days from their ex-
piration, if the Boat or Vessel is within the district.
Any deviation from these regulation.-, subjects.
the parties to aL fine which Colleetors are compelled
to enforce. '
By recent laws of the Territory of Florida, any
:LBoat or Vesel, which shall run down,, remove or
destroy, any buoy or stake placed in the Bay of
Aipalachieola for marking out the channel, or shall
,throw over board any ballast within, the Bay, are
msbject to 9a flne, and the Distnict Attorney t s re,


quired to prosecute the same.
.' LEGISLATIVE"
Our Council seem to be doing but little except
discussing matters of a local character, and pre-
parig memorials to, be presented by our Delegate
in- Congre6s, asking appropriations and improve-
ments, Papy of .Which: will never be allowed or
even considered. A -bill is now pending for the
establishment of a Maor's Court in our city;
and another io clear-odt Gum Swamp, (through
which the Chipola river runs), in order to facili-
tate the navigation to our port.
The select committee to whbm were referred a
bil td enable' the Mnion Baik of Florida, and
athera to collect their debts,,have made a report,
and take a bold stand against the' opinion that the
property of debtors encumbered by mortgage
cannot be 801d'4under execution. The report
sets 0orth--, That the amount due the Bank,
too in. s, exceeded $1,20,000, the greatest
Spart of which'is doubtless due from stockholders,
bu.t the. returns made to the, Bank are-no effects.
the 2,682 slaves acres of land, the
-a Of which the debtors are now enjoyling,"can-
"Ot ^*oce e~s hyage mortgaged."
Agaist. this opinion and practice- the committee
,; protset, and' rivmend the passage o a law


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100 BBLS Reolified Whiskey;
10 3C30 do Western Flour;
20 do Western Pork;
Just received, and for sale by
DODGE & GARNER,
jan29 40 Water street.
NTO'ICE-JOHN LUC Aq, Inspectnr and mea-7
surer of Lumber for Franklin county-hopes
to merit and receive a share of patronage.
dec4tf
NTOT[CE.-The : ,'-,. *ilir hvi,-,: leim el"-
pointedd [N -TE;-TOR Ol' .IJf t^R f,,-r t!,e
Co nty ot Franklin,.ill be thawklu i,-r -, share
of the publicc patron-".,:.
... H W TERRY.
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interm edial,: T ,.. ,s .,ind L.,dii-,., aiid \Uijli ,:"' ,.
frei -ht aa,d r'." ":"-"l aut rat- r at--s lobw as r 'UI b .k,
obtainedon oil ,,tl,- r In. I ,,., d d lafe sfc. e. of ',-
the river, v wl II,? u i bid ',Nl ly be durin- -hev* '":
winter and e irai I .riN-t Iihe L,-,\ell, w\i| it.n C .
gularly to C'. luf ub,, l a,.d it .rr,_.r edited la. t sI .
The Lo >-li 1 -,.- t zurlia| s.r- d L .I r aceo'n ....a-
tions and cond rt, and i it. m,?,erdted she sl h .1 not ....
be, by any B,,rt on tlie t..'l!,it..litcdcr5e ,,-
Those who sip, by. I i n1. 1 r1 as_& <-. :hat "1
their Cotton r-r .G,,,-,-d \\ II h be dlz e'Ed a: 1, 1.p <
ly and as saMel;, as S,;i.c ;-.I .rare ,,it a% i n.afi',D isb, l,
J,_HN MI. 1MO1RFE,
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INSUI ANCE AGEi'CIEcS.-
INHE AI&(:;B..'_TA I-SUFI.ANCE & BANK:'-:
.JL ING Co.--C',,iit .l r;.-',,,,,, '.p.j. re i-tRia-. "%"
ed to take ri-t.,s ,i,-.i.r the Seas. Ri\ers ant. -f -
. Office No. I (,.,lniliisb f flc-ok. "
'1 JAS. KELLOGG, "T *lit
Apalachicola, Jan. 25tb, 1844. ia[ant],'ita.
HE ,,l., er, -,_.e it .,-,r the -Etn^' _,ii ^ *.... ;
SCopinp.'y, "of Hariord, Conw., is-prep; t.*!lo
issue policies of Insurance against Fire ai ic.s ;'
or damage on rivers, on favorable teris. '.,L
capital of the above company is large rnd-i- .... '
in the safest possible 'manner, and its ?etileu,.'
of losses has always been prompt and Iiehr"h
Dec 25 DA.'N'L J. DAY.A- A
r-HE -ATLANTIC MUTUAL 1NS.R VCP *
J1 CO." of the City of New York,: a\ ir ind, eul 'iI,
appointed the subscriber their A ".-rit. he 1 ;icH -i '
are respectfully informed, that he is prepai,,d to
receive applications fbr Insurance- against iM-er" *"'*
risks, at his Office over D G Ra,,,.stir'.
HENRY JACKSON. Ag-n<1.
Apalachicola, Jan. Ist, 1844. j5 fin
rlHE subscriber, duly appointed a eit 'fi,. *h *
1 Protection Insurance Company, ofl' Har.,i, =*
Conn., with full power to receive proposals -i :''th
to issue policies on as favorable, terms' ais .;t:' r /'
good offices, is prepared to insure against 1,6s .r--w' "
damage by Fire, and also to take +- uI-ine aA d. In-
land risks. The reputation of t~his Oi~lna-!- f,'r .
settling losses with promptitude ?iind liber.,A," ..^j
well known. DAN'L a. DAT,' ...... :t
dec25 ': 52 IWaier ...r *
TpHE ,,NEW YoRK EQUITABLE I N::,UR.. -*'.:
J- ANCE CO." with a capital of . 3, Ji,,0,0',; hav ^.. +'
appointed the undersigned, their Agent, to rmak /-:. .,.
Insurance in the City of Apcalaec icla and t. Vl-1- (.?.
cinity, on Cotton in Warehouses, She-ds, Presset,, ".;
or on tihe Wharf, and every other description of "
merchandise, Also, on Warehouses, D\\ eflin% .
and other buildings, Household Furniture,..&c., ..
against toss or damage by Fire." 'L,:sses prompxll i '"
adjusted and paid. -Applications \vili receiia4'ri- -' ?i
mediate attention at the Office 0ft'the Ag'.:f.\
over D. G. Raney's store, Water street .., :':. .....
'HENRY JACKSON(Agent, it, ,;,-.;(
A palaehicola, Jan.. 1st, 1844 '. jl5 *m '+ i .::,.*
HIATS, CAPS, &e.-100d(.z paltr, etto-Hrio.\ 1, ,-'
] 10 doz Glazed H ats; ,3* do IM .l*Iei skin,) '' .*-*
6 doz Black +Silk do; 2 do Drab do;, ....
5 do Drab Wool do; 5 do. Black'do;" *' "',


CAPS.-2 doz F,,r eaprs; 10 :''o SJeCt d?; '^ "
3 doz Velveteen db0; J '
For sale l\v for cash ,br i "-.- '':. -*'
jan29 -S DILL CO. 2 W r ,^
,PORK.-50`bbls Prime ; 20 dO M.ss.
For sale by W A WOOD,
feb5 23 Water "*:
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MERICAN GOLD.--For sale in sums to suit
purchasers, by #0
WM. G. PORTER & Co,
]o,.29 41 Water st.
GROCERIEg.-Landing from Schr Boston.
17.5 bbls Western Flour;
90 do Whiskey; 50 do Molasses; .
16 hhds Sugar; 3 do Bacon Sides;
10,000 Segars, (choice quality )
25 kgs Lard; For sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
jan22, 40 Water street.
Calbiet Furniture,
PDETER HOBERT, No. 42 Water street, have
.. just received per late arrivals from the North
tie following articles of CABINET FURNI,
TURE, which-he offers at reduced prices:
Sofas, Sideboards and Secretary's.
Dressing Beaureaus and Bookcases ;
Bebsteads of various kinds;
Mahogany Rocking Chairs;
Gilt do Cane Back and Seat;
Boston do of various sizes;
Mahogany and Curl'd Maple Chairs-;
Fancy & Windsor do of various patterns;
Ladies Work Tables; Looking Glasses;.
Looking Glass Plates;
WiJlow Travelling Baskets, all sizes;
Willow Cradles and Waggons. ja,-29
ON CONSIGNMENT:-4 hhds CROCKERY
0 Ware, assorted, for country trade;
Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by A. Left-
wich, Va., some superior cross brand;
Dry Goods, Hardware and Cultlery; -
Hollow and Tin Ware;
Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c.
ALSO,
Sugar, Coffie, and .Canal Flour;
Old Sherry Wine, in cases;
-All of which will be sold very low for cash.
DAVID G. RANEY,
jan29 43 Water street.
UGAR, MOLASSES, WHISKEY; &c.
Sugar-25 barrels. '
Molasses-53 barrels.
Whiskey-35 barrels.
Flour-50 barrels.
Cranberries-8 half barrels.
Lard-20 kegs..
Bacbn-4 casks.
Ju~t received, per schr. Swallow, and for sale
low by DODGE & GARDNER,.
p"8 .40 water street.
IATS.--50 bbis Outs, 1(-r sale by
0 feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


PORT OF APALACHICOLA._.. Feb 12.
CfLEARFD.
Ship Gard nier, Paiteui, fur N York by Nourse
& Storlf,
Ship T fllahassee, Hadley, f, r Liverpool by J
Da & Co I
Shin Marv y6 Susan, Weeks, for New York by
D B Wood & Co
Bark Wabas-h, Talbot, for N York by Nourse &
Stone.
Brig W L Jones, Tyler, for N York by Harper
& Holnes
Brig Gertrude, Saunders, for Boston, by E C
.Scranton
Brig Republic, Gates, .for N York by Nourse &
Stone.
Schr Medium, ': 1..., f.)r Biltimore.
Schr Moz-in, FF didld, for .-r Orleans.
Schr Romeo, Ymng, ,f-or N Or[kns.
Schr Pe!arl, Dunraer, for N Orleans.
Schr Swallow, -., .... for _N Orleans.
Schr F Hatlet, Lw". for obile.
AR HI IVED.
Ship Sylvanus Jenkms, Everleigh, fin Baltimore
to master
Bark Hebron, WVoodbury, fm N York.
Brig Acton, Lambert, 17 dys fm New York to
W A Wood.-
Brig Paragon, Brayton, fm Providence to F L
Mitchel.
Brig Alabama, Dudley, fi N York to W G Por-
te"r V,( Co.
Schr Inidiana, Ruan, fm Charleston.
Schrj Gen'l Wrm W ',i,,itHn, tHaley, 5 dys fin
Key West to W A Wood.
Schr Sophia, Jemkins, fm Havana, to H Hodges
Schr Lion, Clift, 3 dys fm N Orleans.
Schr F HaLtlett, Lewes, fmn Mobile.
Sloop New York, Williams, 4 dys fin Manitee
to W A Wood.
VESSELS' N PORT.
Feb. 12 -Sloops and lighters not included.
SHIPS.
Rothschild (Br) Fell, 647 tons, fm Gloucester, Eng
d ischarging--N aster.
Ceylon, Cook, 423 tons, for New York, loading-
Cias Rocgr.
England, (3r) Boothbv, fin Marseilles, waiting-
W A & P C K-iin.
Courtmnay, (Br ) Turner, 60S tons, for Liverpool,
waiting-W A & P C Klin.
Sylvaniusl Jenkins, Everleigh, 547 tonr, waiting-
Master.
Lyons, Ryan, 437 tons, waitin-7-J Day & Co.
O'j?an. Wiamriil, 5,66 tonvs, waiiting-A-- aster
Troy, Hills, 525 tons, waiting-i M rWright.
BARQUES.
Gazelle, Allen, 2:9 tons, loading for New York-
McKay _V t~u-tshor, e"
Globe, Br iier, 317 tons, from Portsmouth, wait-
pn--', Rcgers.
Br. Robert. Watt, Johnson, 491 tons, for Liverpool,
W.vitinig-J Day & Co.
H L;r;)i], Woodbury, 29.8 tons,, waitinj-Master.
I RIGS
Acton, La'-ibert, 201 toius, for New York, load-
illls--\V A V'ood.
Paragon, Bravton, 240 tons, for Providence, load-
ing-T L Mitch 41
Alabrn,.),'Diidley, 348 tons, fm N York, discharg-
ing--V G Po 'er r C
R W Brown, T,-niem, 193 tons, loading for New
York--Wm G- P.rter 'V Co.
Manhattan, Doane, 2-16 tons, from N York, wait-
ing--Nourse & S'Atone.
StHOON ERS.
Sophia, J.enkiis. 47 toiu., waiting'H tHodges.
Lion, Clift, 99 tons, for New Orleans, loading--
!Aaster.
Indiana, Ruan, waiting-Master.
.x -i.-,it, Draper, for Havana, via. Key West,
loading-1B Ellison & Co.
Octavia, Churchill. 149 tons, fm N Orleans, dis-
chlarging-Master.
Gn.ra. t al Wi.;,hington, Hilyv, from Key West-
Master.


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*.. j PASSENGERS.
Pesr steamer Louisa--M!frs P A L'i.wson, Mr'? P
'Clayton, Mrs Sinquiefield; Miss M A fiaw"-,n,, Ms
Sinquefield, Miss S Siriqaefield, Mlessrs P A Law-
son, H McEivy, J Blount, A ;,tiyyesant.
-, Per steamer Siren-M\r J Doii'lddson and lady;
-Mr-cGriff and lady; Mrs 13lllard, Miss Hiurd;
:Messrs W C Dickinson, Hare, Bryan, Walker.
,- Pr steamer Ch-npion-Miss Aujstin; M.essrs
Odell, Coffin, Pittmnn, Merritt, Grnen, Futile.
Per steamer Ai-ahchicola-Dr S P Burnett and
hady; Mis.-, Cloud; l.idle Pt C Spann, Messrs Har.
-den, J Roach, J Wood, J Porter.
Per steamer kuigusta--MAl i Murdock, child and
servant; Mrs Patrick, MrsSheperd, Miss Sipencer,
Miss Sherwood; Messsrs W T Berry, T A Terry,
I "D'J Day, J T Eppinger, L W Spratt, M J Halley,
C H MIather, A Stow, I-on F 11 Core.
Per steamer Oco'nfe--Dr White, Messrs G 11
Tuttle, W 0 Jones, J J Ridgway, W G M Davis,
-MA R'oach. 1
Per steamer Agnes-1H N Brooks.
-Prr steamer J Y Suiirh-Mrs Vason, 2 children
-and aervant; Miss Vason, Messrs 1) A Vason, W
j Collier, .13 1 Ely, D Dickinson, T Orman, W
Nixon T Vinson, Porter. Jones; Alexander.
i Per steamer Siren-Judge N Baker.

RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per.s team,'r Louisa-150 bales cotton to W A &
PPCKain;50 to Kimbrough & Ridgway; 17 to
Lockhart & Young; 54 to Perry & Dickinson;
.53 to Chester S McJ-riff; 93 to order.
Per steamrn- Siren-49 bales cotton to Perry &
Dickinson; 24 to B S Hawiey; 5 to T H & C H
Austin; 8 to Lclckh'art & Youw!g.
Per steamer( :,-35 bAles cotton to Me
Kay .IHart.hcrne: 55 to C IKogers; 23 to Preston
-<&Maclay; 20 to WA& P C Kan; 11 to A Wylie;
4 to Perry D ickinson.
Per steamer Apalachicola-46 bales cotton to
W A :%, P ( Kain; 34 to Lockhart ;,z Young; ]33
to McKay & Ittrlsshorne; 59 to W G- Porter 6; Co;
102 to Moore & McKeazie; 62 to S P Burnett.
Per steamer Gharteston-171 bales etton to J
-Day& Co.; 121 to McKay ,z Hartshorne; 71 to
Lockhart & Young; 22 to Moore (V McKenzie: 25
to Farrior & Co; 12 to Preston &I Maclay; 25 to
Harper & Holmes.
Per steaniper Oconee-93 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co.; 206 to Kimbrough .S Ridgway; 59
to Nourse 'S, Stone; 100 to Flewellen k Butt; 91
to Hill, Daws.on & "Co; 42 to Harper & Holmes;
.52 to Lockhart & Young; 10 to McKay & Harts-
horne.
Per steamer Augusta-151 bales cotton to Kim-
brough & Ridgway; 117 to Flewellen & Butt; 13
to Nourse & Stomr; 50 to T L Mitchel; 28 to Me
Kay *, Hartshorne; 50 to Lockhart & Young; ej,8
-to Harper '.- Holmes; 80 to Moore & McKenzie;
215 to B Ellison & Co ; 2 to Preston & Maclay;
26 to H R Taylor & Co.
Pensteam:r Agnes-360 bales cotton to Preston
& Maclay; 36 to Kirnbrough & Ridgway; 50 to C
Rogers; 49 to AV A & P C Kain; 4 to P Hobart.
Per ste~tmcr Jus Y Smidh-225 bales cotton to
Lockhart & Young; 117 to I MV Wright; 75 to E P
Butts; 81 to Kimbrongh & Ridgway; 16 to Chester
& McGriff; 40 1o W A : P C Kam; 8 to Perry &
Dickinson,
Per schr Aligator-106 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co
Per b.r,se Mary Tane-27 bales cotton to W G
Porter & Co '119 to Tifingiiast, SJtark :V Go.; 19
to T L Mitchel
P.-er barge L.tFayette-69 bales cotton and 12,000
staves to F' VwelSe;n & Butt
Per steamnlr _',Sir-e:}-77 b.-!os cotton to Perry Az
Dickinson; 8 to Farrior & Co.
Ap~aiacliicalm. 'rices Cmrreait.
COR r; ECT.,WO \VB:;.v
ARTIOrLiS. PWRCES.
B-AGGI N- 7 ICY ....... pe r yd 87 ]3a 1. 3
Indi\\..... .... ... .. IS a 20
D imntJ ". ........ .. 171a 13
BALK RPEF M [iiil'i ....-...per ib .... a %9
K .nlic-;v ... 7- a 8 11
BACON--Si .-- .............. .. 4{ a 5
Shoulder, .......... .. 3 a 4
4-1J t. ......... .. 6 a .. 8
Bfr:nT -- -oshen .............. a 20
"COFFE F-C', -ba ............. 6(,^ a 8
R io .............. '7) a 808-
.Java .. ...... ... 1 a 14'
CANDLES-Sp-,n ....r...... 35 a .. 37,
CHEESE. .................... a a 7'
CORN ....................perb sh. ?70 a 75
FLOt .R-.. an.'i ............ per bbl, .... a 5 75
N .w O,;-! ms ..... '* .. .. a 5 25
GUNPOVC;R-.FF......... per keg 6 00 a 7 00
IRoN--Swedes, assorted .... .er i)b. .. 5 a ,. 5r
English, none.
L AST) ... ..... .. .. .. .. .. ... 7 a 8
LEAD. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. a ., 6
.MACKEREL--No 1 ......... .. .. a 15 00
No 2. ..... .... .. .. a 11 00
No. 3 ... ...... .. a S i}O
MoLAs-SES--Ne w Orleaas.. .per gil. .. ... a .. 27
NAILS--Cat, as,,nrted....... .per Ib, ..... a .. 5-^
W roughit ...... .. a .. 10'
OIL--Whala ...... .... ..... per gal. .. ... a -'_**'
Sperm ... .. ... .... ... .. 1 25"
Lmnseed .... .... .... "' 1 12 a 1 25
SPAINTS--Extra ....... ..... .per keg. .. a 2 75
,7White LeadNol.. "' .. .. a 2 5,)
"' "< No 2. "( .. .. a 2 25
SProvIslONs--Beef,, prime.... pe~rbb!. ..... a 6 00
lness .... .. .. a 9 00.
Pork, prime... .. .. a 9 00
"* mess .... .. .. a ll 50
clear .... none
POTATO ES ..... .... ......... .. .. a 1 50
SUGAR--New Orleans ...... .per Ib a ..8
SP o't~o .^ ico ........ S;+ a .. 9
Sl. Croix. ... .. ... .. a 9.-. 9,
Lump .. ...... .. .. 13 a ..14'


Lof. ... .. ... ., 14 a 15
Cru -d ........... 14 a 1.5
*SALT--Li.v frpoo), grou'dl.pe, sack. 1 50 a 1 75
Atrim ... .... .... ; b',i- h. 50 a .. 55
SoAP- -i.r ....... ... .... .. per Ib. .. 5 a 6
SHOT- Dl)rp .............. per b-g. -... .. a 1, 75
B.ck .... ......... .. .. a 2 00
TWviE-Fl'ggi::..... ......-per Ub ..) .. a .. 25
WHsK.:- -ct'fied... per gal.. 25 a .26
BANK NOTE TABLE
All the Banks of .-o'wth Carolina .. ........ par.
Bank State of Geornia and Branches........ par.
Plantets B.Ink, Savajniah. .p r
: .Marine & Fire .n.rance B.ank and Branched.par.
*Centrai lil. Roa.d Bmk, ..........5 per cent. dis.
Bank of & agusta ..... .. ...... ......... pa r
Mechanics Bank, Aug.tta ................. par
Augusta and ",anking Co. Augusta par
f Georgia R!,il R \,ad Banking Company, do..par
Bank of Brmsv.ek ............ pir
B ank of Mplp ag~v ll .....
C o m m e r c ia l B a kd p'o . . ."*'r "
kSt, NK'aws. Cot, t ::. :
Btlix 3an' Coln .ir ia... ........ ........par.
ckersviile B (KIo IO Ga, 21 per c"nt. dis.
ntral Bank ;,,f Ge,-r,r
e *ehanrs'B u"k o ......... j per cent dis
{Ierehanl Max to o '[+ -, ............ 5 pr c dis.
Wemulgee B iM.), X .co, .............. brole.
Monroe Rail tkd ana z ',oniybr1e
i~oe~u lLad,u .,,kir^ Co~np ny. broke
M otfik of' D-iren:. ,' i;,iclelsn ............ broke
'Insiradnce Bank of Clumbus .... ......... broke.
.Bank 6f Oolhnins.. ..................... broke.
Planters and Meuanca Bank, Columbus. broke-
-Bank of Ftorida.... .............. par
All other Banks 4 Florida .......'.'.'.'.'..'.'....brck "

La W. Sprattq,
ATTORNEY & 3OUN. W IL.L for the fiture reside in this city. All
who have eoximited leg1 business to his
Care rvhile aiesidea. of Qincy, will please ad-
dress him at this place Te wil continue a reg -
lar attendance ipon he courts of Jackson and
Gadsdens countiesi, a 'the Court of Appeals at
T allahasze.-3e.
-e W.A W IIs, No. -3 Wateer stre e t.
^ A?m^.'feola, Jan. 8, Im34.


JBaeeci's :
T IE s-b.ascriber lavi;,g tal or' the rCITY HOT;-.L," in Colmb'us, re-
s ciull? solicit"', trum iiis friends and the public,
a share of t,,eir custom. The Bar will be con-
s'a-tly furnished with the choicest WiNES,
L QUOR.S, aitd C[GARS. Gentlemen who wish
to iidulge Iin a Toddy,' cold or hot, a Punch,'
hut or eCd1, or 'straight fixins, will find them
'mixed ut brown' at this establishment; and
those who wish to regale themselves with a cigar,
will always fi.id here a 'Iregalia,' a canone,' or
a 'principe,' of the most d.Aicious flavor.
The reputation which the "City Hotel" has
established,, for gentility and good order, pre-
cludes the necessity of 'he undersigned making
any assurance that such will be maintained
throughout. From an attention to this business
for a number of years, the subs:-riber does not
flitter himsjif i i feeling assured that he can give
perl'ect satisfaction. Drop in and judge tor your-
selves. R. E. RAIMOND.
Columnbus, Ga. Feb. 10, 1844. teb12 tf
C HEWING TOBACCO.-A god assortment
of Smoaki ng and C hewitn_ Tob ,cco.
fish2 B ETL'S, 2y Water st.


Alexanidria Lottery.
CLAS3 No 6.
To be drawn at dlexandria, D. C., Feb. 10, 1844.
SEVEN FY-F1VE NUMBER LOTTERY.
TWELVE DRAWN BALLOTS.
Scheme.
1 PRIZE OF... $30,000....IS.... $30,000
1....... .'... .... .10,000........... 10,000
1....... ........ 4,000 ............ 4,000
1 ........... .... 3,000 ............ 3,000
1 ............... 2,500 ............. 2,500
1 ............... 2,100 ............ 2,100
20 ............... 1,000. ...... '.20,000
20 ..... ............. 500 ........ ... .10,000
20 ................. 300 ............36,000
30 .................200 ..... .... 6,000
69 ................. 150 ..... .... 10,350
55 ................. 100 ............ 5,500
55. ............. ..80. ........... 4,400
55. .................. 60. .......... 3,300
110 ........ '........... 50 ............. 5,.500
110 .................. 40 ............ 4,400
2,640 ............... ........... 52,^."r
10,335o.................. 10......... 163,350
19,52.5 Prizes .......... amounting to $343,200


.uE ..FOR LiV ERPIOOL--Te.
.,,r. s','i., COUmRIENAY,'G.. g .v
.,--r, ,ia-,er, will met %i6 ,
rfur ,relght appl. to # ;. -
dec25 W. A. & P. -C kAi.-
.-f- FORLIVERPOOf-L.-Bri^d 8c
PO^-OB:RT W.ATrrs, Juhlison.. r, i,f,
.^ n row discl,,r, iri.r a,,d will br* "
receive Ireil.ht in a lew days, for wfiuh iti
_deel! J. DAY_.
,_,. FOR NEW YORK--To, sci S
^ ^day ?/u/-The b-,rk GAZELL"
Ak nfaI,.r. ,ith uill cargo engq.reS'
-goingon board, will -;ai a ;,hove. Fl'; a
apply to MlchK:AY & HARTSHOPI.,V
feb12 _40 \Watemst p
.L_-ES FOR NEw IORK.-The
sg.,il;, bug Aci,-in. Lambert. 1i
& Mll ,,,eet Witlh ,,: 10) lIales cutt.iq,, apply to W A I O'(71 '^
feb12 93 W ,
---- FOR NF.IV 'Y1ORK.-Br.':.;ijN
t ^HNTTr.N. \Wrn. H. r,,:,:,|,. muaste~'.
meetrrc- wili dos-,]atch For nigh^i ^-
sage, apply us a ,vi.. r.r i,-, :.
feb5 N'-,URSE t,; STON'E, 46 X.e .
..%- F71-R NEW\ YOK.-Ship d]-.i<;|f)
j ^ E C ,.,k. m' ltwt, r. nns i -st ," l l<.i '
.;^^ & eti."-:i..-cd l','r h ae'co+ ,-,, f,'e it.;-ip~i /.^.
feb5 Ct_\.% ROG;E:R'%+, -^W:,i^t +"


C kBiNET FURNIT'URE.-M tde to order+
repaired, varnished, old s)it'.is upholstered,
L,)oking Glass plates fitted to frames by
feb19 PETER HOBER !, 42 Water st.


Tickets $10--shares in proportion.


For sale at the Agency of
J. G. GREGORY & CO,
27
Apalachicola, Feb. 10, 1844.


Managers,
Water-street.


N J'iCE.--ix weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin county, for letters, of administration
on the estate of Henry Beadle, deceased.
JAMES GIBSON.
Apalachicola, Feb. 10th, 18U4. fe~bl2 6t
N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I will apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin County, for letters of administration
on the estate of Robert Gilpin. deceased.
Feb. 12, 1844. R. J. MOSE.
ELLISON & Co., 33 Water street, offer
Be for sale a large stock of miscellaneous goods,
which they are prepared to sell at reduced prices,
for cash, among which are the following:--
Grceries of all descriptions,
20,0()Y) c hoire Havana Segars,
Pai:'ts, Oil, &c.,
Crckery, Glassware, &c.
Scalh,.e and Weights, iron Hollow Ware,
Aslri d Lamps,
H,,es, Sihovels, Spades and Ploughs,
Knives and Forks and .Pocket Cutlery,
Ivory Setts, 51 pices,
Collins' Axes, And Irons, Shovel and Tongs,
B .,-- :*.,.- and Bale Rope,
Twin)es a::d -Sihoe Thread,
Cotkto,' Leading Li-es,
PRi .Jed Buckets, Tubs and Measures,
Cradlesand Wagons,
M'Jts a"l- 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 1ridlos,
Saddle-ba)s and Girths,
200 pieces Prints,
Osnaburgs and Sheetings,
100 Mousline de Laii;e Dresses,
Bla:tkets aid Flawinels,
Brilannfia Ware, L'ird Lamps,
Castors an'd Hash Dishes,
Norse Lamps, Dinner Bells, Coffee Mills,
Wrapping- and Writing Paper,
Soj'.i an(d Shaving Cream,
Tin Ware, Japanned, &c,
Looking Glasses,
Stationery articles in general,
Cocoa Dippers atid 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 Good-: and prices before buy-
in,. j ,.,... ;
B-.ACKSI-HI[T.['SCOAL.--70 casks Coal,just
received and for sale bv
W A & P C KAIN,
ja"n29 5 Columbus block.
M 'Li'RRA SES.-Just received a lare assort-
ment of Matrasses, which will be sold low
for cash, by N M,'LLER,
,-",2 45 Wlter st.
G LA'S AND CRO'KERY WARE-Glass
Lain!os, ol' various sizes and patterns ; China,
Printed, Eded a id White Plates; Printid arid
enamelled Teas and Tea Setts; Printed and com-
mon Dishes, Bowls, Pitchers, Mugs, &c. &c.
For sale by S. DILL & Co.
jan15 29 water street.
K13n BUSHELS CORN,'
1500 50 Bbll3. W-hisky,
50 Molasses,
Just received from New Orl!ans and Ior sale
by. KMBROUGH & RIDGWAY,
i ) 29 24 'Water street.


Card,*
M ARBLE YARD AT" APALACHICOLA.-
The subscribers having established them-
selves in this city, respectfully informs the public
that they have on hand, and will at all times be
ready to furnish, at the shortest notice, Marble
work of every kind and quality, including
Tombs, Tablets, Head & Foot Stones;
Maitle Pieces and facings;
Beaureau and Centre Table Tops;
Counter Tops and Fountains, &c., &c.
In short, all articles usually found at an estab-
lishment of the kind. The public are respect-
iltly invited to call and examine for themselves,
as only thus ca~i they decide on our workmanship
0 Orders by mail, will be punctually attend-
ed to, and shipped to any of the landings on the
river, carefully packed in strong boxes.
SHERMAN & FORD.
rC*- The Marble Yard is on Commerce street,
immediately in the rear of McKay & Hartihorne's
sore. One member of the firm will be in con-
stant attendance, feb5 tf


"fJ setts of Coach and Buggy Harness.
t- _d' Also, a lot of Mule Collars and a few
more ot those best Dray Collar and Harness,
which will be sold low for cash by
PETER HOBART,
feb5) 42 Water street.


F jR SALE.-75 bbls New Orleans Molasses
56 do Western Flour;
10 do New Orleans Pilot Bread;
30 do do Navy Bread;
100 sacks Corn, by
febI NOURSE & STONE, 46 Water st.


BOAT 1,,OR SALE.-One large Oak Launch
suitable for an Oyster Boat;
Oie new cedar Yawl with mast and sail, which
will be sold low by W G PORTER & CO.,
fpb5 2t 41 Wa ter st.


A ADVANCES ON CIOTTON.-Liberal advan-
cl ees made on cotton for shinmeit to Liver-
pool, Havre, Boston or New York, by
J-In15 HARPER & HOLMES.


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


CHANGE ON NEW ORLEAN,-S, at sioht,
F-)r sale by E. C. SCRANTON, "
febl2-:3t Agent.
Ea C-CHANGE--Bought and sold, bv
WM. G. POftTER,
,1, c4 A ,f Balk "r-m-s-vick.
TJI'-tk.E ---"e ',,s havit i h'lsi.-ucss with th-e
*A:PALA(ICOLV LAND GOMP-\NY,"
miv ap!plv to th.e subscriber, who is appointed
their A'-cent f;',r th.e Citv of Apalachicn,,, and its
,eighborhocd. He will receive ap-lications fer
tthe sale of l'ts, ad rn 0iPe known the term, &.c
CHARLEI' H. AU Apafhicnh.Id Feb. 5t0, 184'4. feb5 1lm
A-cn:iouq Sale.
On Feifur7.w, Fb. 7, at, 10 o'clock, T A..
0 NE N7Fide 2card; 0qe Sofa
0 e e1e3:mreau; One Candle Stand;
Twv, Cird TFabls-(-dl mahogany.)
0-;i,M'irr,s; Two Bedsteads;
Bed and i3:-ddi !'.,; Eihteen Chairs;
Two Wash r ,,-!d; One Carpet;
Oa+ Caidl+ i, d.
The above will he s,)ld by order of D G Ry-,Iv
a- the T)ro,,erty of James P :qt.Prr, atre-,ble to a
deed, fromn said 4arr to Rrievy, executed oo the
3)thl day of Oc.b~ner, 1..3.
S. DIL,; Aqcti,-ieor.
Apalaachicnla, J)'n. 2-7;th, 18-1.4. ja-'.i2 3t
WTax Not ce.
"n :[E s-fi3"r'r .|-, ; vi->,; befe! a j o.p hinted by the
T City Cou nl, Ass,1,.-.s.t.,r e i'r t:e present vear,
will be in atte-daice t the Oice of H- R Taylor,
N,"o. 28 Watkr street, o, d Mat y, Tms'layand
WeIdnesday, tie 19th, 20tH and 21s.t d ys of this
month, to receive retur.is of Taxable property.
After which they will ;,roceed t,) make an ap-
pris,:me:-;t of all soc!-I pr,)perty as snail not have
been returned wit in that lcried.
SETH P. L F''A.Vs, )
H. R. T 'T^) Assessors.
Apalachicola, Feb. 10t'i, 1814 1'2>1- 2 t
Agency Baslk o8f Charlestonl.
T JE su':s.ibe r, AGEN I' of the above BANK,
is authorised t- ,)ur -Iis- Exciane on. th
N1 rth and Sterling Bills, and to Check on New
York and Charleston.
(qU Otiice over D. G. Ranev's store, Water st. -
SAMUEL CASfN.
Apalachicola, Jan. 26th, 18i4. jan291m
:RRDEN SEEID.-Weathersied fresh Seeds,
;ust received a hid for s de by
tehr BARN D\RD ELL,, 28 Water st.
,AKER.'S GARDe.N SEED -A fresh supply
S .}:yt reueoived a, d for salj by
feb12 B3 ELL.FSON & CO.. 33 Water stf
C IGARS-Just received frotn Niw Orte.ti ..
t choice lot of ld Havana Ci--,-rs, v-z/: --k;...,
lies," ":mperials," "Trabucos,' c- I'o- s6de
wholesale and retail by B El.MS,
f' .b 12 2 S !."at.r st.
TAY.-60 bales first rate Hay, now1 h'di'..I
from bar.,ue Globe, for sile bv
tebl2 S DILL & CO., 2l- o W;-t+-
NAY -100 bundl..-., ,,m- '-, ,, r s',I.J>,
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Wat i st.i


P CKED UP !-Picked up from the River and
left in my charge, one bale Cotton appearent-
ly marked "R I L.," which the owner can have
by paying salvage, &c. T L MITCHEL,
feb.5 38 Water steet.
Town Property for Sale.
L OT No. 2, in block B., first range, ii Water
street, and Lots Nos. 8, 9 & 10, in block 25;
deeds with general warantee will be executed to
the purchaser. The said property will be sold
low for cash, apply to


NOURSE & STONE,
46 Water street.


jan29


LEVER LutCK .-- I,. ', cs are respectfully
reqluesfAd t) call at No. 27, Water street, and
ex imimL s un',]es ol i[le Lever Locks, a 1-te in.
vention, and f.r asu-ericr to anyv lcks row in use.
WiTMARS1H & RiCHARDSON,
Agents for the Boston Lever Lock Co.
Apalachicola, Oct 28, 1842.
N A!LS-100 kegs Sweeds Iron Cut Nails
Just received and for sale by
T. H. & C. H. AUSTIN,


-OR SALE.-3 DILL & CO., No. 29 Water
J. street, have just received and offer for sale
Hay; Dried and Green Apples;
Potatoes; Dry God Fish;
Pickled Salmon, ; White Beans;
Fis ; FLwridi Peass;
Tongues & Sounds, &c., &c. jan22
F OR SALE-150 pcs Kentucky Bagging;
15):- coils Kentucky Bale Rope ;
35 1bbls Northern Flour ;
10 hhds St. Croix u'qar ;
t0) tons assorted "Swedes Iron;
10J kegs cut nails; by
WILLIAM G. PORTER & Co.
d!--4 41 water st.





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/ Receiver's Sale.
SBenjamin F. Nourse, adminis- '
Sntrator, (de bonis non,) of es-
t. ate of 0 C Raymond, dee'd
complainant. -IN CHANCERY
Va.
Abraham K Allison, surviving
I rtnet, Barker, et al.
S TN pursuance of a decretal order, made in the
above named case, December 7th, 1843, by the
Honorable Judge of the Superior Court in and for
FrankliA 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,
roceed to sell at Public Auction to the highest
idder, thefollowing described property to wit:
SLot No. X5:) 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-
S ted on Cormmerce street in' said city, thirty 'feet
front by eighty deep, having thereon a brick build-
ing of one story, known as the "Phlanix House."
he.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
fix, twelve and eighteen months, with good joint
and several notes for security, satisfactory to the
Receiver, and no title to be given until said notes
*hbll be all paid*
BENS. F. NURSE, Receiver.
S '" M. A. MYERS, Auctioneer.
Apalachicola, Jan. 1st, 1844. jiyl Sm
Territory of Florida.
JACKSON COUNTY.
Iq Richard Wilson, Esqr's Justice Court.
Horace Ely, Attachment for $38 06.
vs. Returnable to February term,
Henry Cooper. 1844.
T HE defendant and all others interested are
S hereby notified of the institution of the above
; uit by attachment, and required to appear and
Spread to the same as the law directs.
S... HORACE ELY, Plaintiff.
S MariaW, January 30th, 1844. feb5 3m
S Franklin Superior Court.
h J. to Spring Term, 1844.
phaelJ. Moses, ATTACHMENT $302 20.
SWillvam'Tilley. Damages $500.
H P,. defendant and all others interested, will
J .J please take notice of the institution of this
S>uitby attachment, and appear and plead to the
t:' inme according to law. R.J. MOSES,
A palachicola, Jan. 30th, 1844. feb5 3m


r'


In' Jackson Superior Court.
James Boon,
; vs., BILL FOR DIVORCE.
t Piety Boon.)
TN 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
Shatters therein contained decreed accordingly.
BENJ. G. ALDERMAN, Clerk.
YorGE &W TAYLOR, Compt's SOPs.
Marianna, Dec. 7, 1843. dell lw3m
Franklin SuIperior Court.
S William Lawrence, Compl't, Bill for Divorce.
vs. December Term,
Ulizabeth Lawience, Def't. ) 1843.
AME the complainant by counsel, and it ap-
pearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant resides beyond the limits of the Terri-
:-tory of Florida. Therefore it is considered by the
C.:ourt 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 farther ordered that a copy of this order
be published in the Commercial Advertiser for
three months consecutively.
S (Copy.) Teste, GEO. F. BALTZELL,
S MoszEs, Solicitor. Clerk.


I


S Franklin Superior Court.
Maria Fredericks, IN EQUITY.
S,.;?,| vs. Petition for Divorce,
Sj Daniel M. A. Busehendorf.
/nN reading the foregoing petition, and it ap-
Spearing that Daniel M. A. Buschendorf re-
s ides beyond the limits of this Territory-It is
? Ordered, that a hearing be had before me on the
facts, as charged in the petition, on the second
SMonday of March, 1844, at Apalachicola, in the
S. County of Franklin, and that this order be pub-
lished in one of the public newspapers in this
Territory, for the space of three months before
S the time aforesaid.
"'S. W. CARMACK,
SJudge Apalachicola District.
S HAwxtira, Solicitor.
Apalachicola, Nov. 27, 1843. 44-3m
Franklin Superior Court.
John Banks,
vs. ATTACHMENT
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.
n BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Nov. 11 41 3m Atty's for Pl'ff.


O ARS.-2000 feet assorted sizes.
For sale by W A WOOD,
feb5 23 Water st.


ASH! AND A FAIR PRICE!-Paid for
Hides, Skins, and Shipping Furs, by
S. DILL & CO.,
jan22 29 Water street.


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paying Banks in any State in the Union will be1
received at par.
Warehouse Charges adopted by
the Cotton Presses.
OTTON for storage will be received at the
yard, and if compressed within one month
no charge will be made for storage, but 4 cents
per bale will be charged for labor, tiering &c. If
not compressed within one month, 20 cents per
bale will be charged for storage, and 5 cents per
week thereafter. Time computed from date of
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ceipt.
All cottons ate required to have six good and
sufficient ropes. Grass, tow, bark or cotton ropes "*
will be considered unmerchantable and deficient."


All deficient ropes will be charged at the rate of"
12J cents per rope, and all bagging at the rate of
25 cents per yard.
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for the Screw Press.
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Florida Lever Press.
Apalachicola, Dec. 1st, 1843. d7 tf ,


G ROCERIES.-100 bbls Western Flour;
50 bbis Molasses.
50 do Whiskey, for sale by
W A WOOD,
janl5 23 Water st.
BAGGING-100 pieces Neish Bagging, for sale
low to close consignment by
FARRIOR & Co.
jatil5 44 Water street;
LOUR-200 bbls Northern;
50 do Western, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


SPORTING HATS.-A fresh supply of WoolI
Sporting Hats, just received and for sale by
B ELLISON & CO.,
.jan15 33 Water st.
ON CONSIGNMENT.-17 bales Heavy Cot-
ton Osnaburgs, suitable for negro wear.
For sale low for cash, by
FLEWELLEN & BUTT
jani No 2 Columbus Block


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B EEF-20 bbis Mess Beef;
20 do Prime, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Jackson county, for letters of administration
on the estate of William O. Kenan, late of said
county, deceased. JOHN TANNER.
Marianna, Jan. 30th, 1844. feb5 6w
N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin county, for letters of administration
on the estate of MARY A. SCOTT, late of said
county, deceased E. J. WOOD.
Apalachicola, Jan. 17th, 1844. jan22 6w
OTICE-Six weeks after date I shall apply
to the Honorable the Judge of the county,
court of Franklin county, for letters of Adminis-
tration on the estate of Amory Rogers, late of
said county deceased. J
J. W. HAMMOND.
Apalachicola, Jan. 1st, 1S44. jan1 5t
OTICE-Six weeks after date I will apply
to the Honorable the Judge of the County
Court for the county of Franklinr 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, 181*4.
OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Jackson counIty, for letters of dissmission from
the administration of the estate of John S. Ran-
dolph, late of said county, deceased.
FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor.
Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m
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 of Dismis-
sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late oft
said county, deceased.
S. H. HARTSHORNE,
Nov. 30, 1843. 45 Administrator.


MANSION HOUSE.
T HIS istablishmpnt is still kept up in the best
and neatest style. No pains nor expense is
spared by the proprietor to render all comfort-
able who favor him with a call. The table is
spread with the very best the market affords, and
the services of the most attentive servants are se-
cured. Feeling grateful for former liberal patron-
age, the subscriber hopes to merit its continuance.
BENJ'N HURD.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 tf
APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE.
THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that
the above Establishment has been entirely re-
fitted, and is now open for the reception of per-
manent and trancient boarders, and the subscriber
hopes by strict attention to the business of his
house to be second to none in rendering his guests
comfortable.
Oysters, Game, &c. served up at all hours, and
in the best style. The Bar attached to the house,
as usual, is stocked with the best Wines and Li-
quors. Grateful for the liberal patronage hereto-
fore received, he hopes that his friends and the
public wall continue to sustain him.
HEZ SMITH.
Apalachieola, Dec. 18th, 1843. decl8 tf


U. S. MARSHAL'S SALES.

U. S. Marshal's Sale.
Y virtue of three writs ot fi fa, issued from the
Superior Court of Franklin County, to me
directed, one in favor of John Hardin, one in favor
of Benito T. Caro, and one in favor of Isaac S
Jacques vs. the Southern Life Insurance and
Trust Company, I will offer for sale at public
outcry, at the court house door in the city of Apa-
lachicola, at 10 o'clock, a. m., on the first Monday
in March next, fractional Lot number (9) nine,
in block D. front range, agreeably to a map of
said city, together with all the buildings and ap-
purtenances thereunto belonging. Said premises
being the same known as the office of the South-
ern Life Insurance and Trust Company in Apa-
lachicola. ROBT. MYERS,
U. S. Marshal dist. Apalachicola.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23d, 1843. jan29 1Im
U. S. Marshal Sales
SY virtue of a writ of pluries fi. fa. issued from
Jackson Superior Court, to me directed, in
favor of Samuel St John vs. Bank of Pensacola,
I have levied on the following property in the
city of Apalachicola, to wit:-Lots No. eight (8)
and eleven (11) in Block C, Front Range, agree-
ably to a map of said city. Also the interest of
the Bank of Pensacola in the Franklin Land and
Apalachicola Lot Company, being the interest
derived from Nourse, Brooks & Co. and conveyed
by them to Win. H. Brockenbrough in trust for
said defendants, and shall expose the same at pub.-
lic outcry before the Court House door in the
city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday in
March next, at 11 o'clock, A. M. to the highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said fi. fa.
ROBERT MYERS, U. S. Marshal.
Apalachicola, Jan. 29, 1844. feb5 Imn


LEWIS' EXCHANGE.
THE subscriber has leased the establishment
formerly known as the MECHANICS &
MERCHANTS EXCHANGE," for the present
year, and will use his utmost exertions to please
and render his patrons comfortable.
The OYSTER ROOMS is well fited tip, and a
party of gentlemen can always be accommodated
with oysters, and other refreshments, without
being disturbed.
The BILLIARD TABLES attached to the es-
tablishment, are in good order, and the prices of
billiards reduced to twenty-five cents per game.
(0- The subscriber will remain and keep the
House open during the Summer season, and his
only desire is to please and merit a liberal patronage
SETH P. LEWIS.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844 feb5 tf


U. S. Marshal Sale.
Y 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-
inz 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 shall expose the same for sale at
public outcry before the Court House door in said
city, at 11 o'clock, a. m., 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 1m
U. S. Marshal Sale.
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 lots, Nos. (3) three and (4) four, front
range, Water street, and lots Nos. (17) seventeen
and (18) eighteen, in the rear of lots three and
four, respectively 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 Wate, 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. Rinaldil 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.
Apalachicola, Jan. 17th, 1844. jan22 1m


PHOENIX HOUSE.
S HE subscriber having refitted the above es-
S tablishment, is now prepared to accommo-
date his friends and the public in a manner
which will give satisfaction to all. His table
will be supplied with every delicacy the market
affords, and his whole attention will be devoted
to the comfort of his guests.
Attached to the establishment are two superior
BOWLING ALLEYS, and constant attention is
given to those who indulge in this manual exer-
else.
OYSTERSj and every other delicacy which
may be wanted for refreshment, can be had at any
hoar.
Arrangements have been made so that perma-
nent and transient BOARDERS can be as well
accommodated as at any other hcus.i in the city,
and the prices are in keeping with the times.
TERMS g
Board and Lodging, per week,.,. ..... 7 00
Board, per w.e- k,...................... 5 00
Board, per day,............... ........ 1 00
Single m eal,.... ....... .. .. ........ 50
Lodging,.... .... .... .... .... ............50
Nov. 20 41 tf W. H. KELTON
Ready Made Cloihing !
N Y MILLER & CO., 45 Wa-
a ter street, have just receiv-
i ed per late arrivals, a general as-
sortment o(f NEW ana FAS1H-
IONABLE READY MADE
CLOTHING, consisting cf Over
Coats-Sacks--Surtouts--Pants--
Vests, &c., &c., as follows:
...A Cloth, Beaver, FlushFing and
-- Satinet Over Coats;
Plain black, blue, brown and invisible green
Frock and Dress'Coats;.
Cloth, cassimere and flushing Sack Coats;
Cloth, cdassimere and sattinet Pants of different
colors and patterns;
Plain and figured silk, satin, valencia and cassi-
mere vests;
White mu'slin and linen Shirts;
Colored do do do
Red and white flannel Shirts and Draws;
Striped shirts; Negro Pants;
Socks and Mittens; Boots and Shoes;
Hats, Caps, &c., &c. jan29
Fashionable Clothing.
S UST received per brig R. W.
d Brown, from N. York, a large
and splendid assortmentof FASH-
IONABLE WINTtiR & SPRING
CLOTHING, consisting of fine
Cloth Dress and Frock Coats ;
Figured and plain Silk, Satin,
and Valencia Vests;
,.^A==- Bluej black and colored, plain
.. .... .- mixed and ribbed Pantaloons.
Also, a general assortment of Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Caps, &c., which will be sold low by
S B HAMILTON,
Jan29 47 Water street.


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
administration of the estate of Robert Robinson,
late of said county, deceased.
H1. 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 Will's Yon, deceased.
A. G. SMITH, Administrator.
Apalachicola, Nov 11, 1843. nill 6m
"JOTICE -All persons having claims against
Frederick L. Ming, late of Jackson county,
deceased, are required to present the same, du-ly
authenticated within the time prescribed by law,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the subscriber.
SUSAN A. MING, Adm'x.
Marianna, Dec. 9,1843
N OTICE.-All persons having claims against
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


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


U. S. Marshal Sale.
Y virtue of a writ of fi. fa., issued from the
Superior Court of Franklin county, in favor
of Mix, vs. Allison, survivor, to me directed, I
have levied on Lots numbers (5) five, and (13)
thirteen, block D., in the City of Apalachicola,
and known as lots Nos. (5) five and (13) thirteen,
block D., front range, in a plan of said Cityh to-
gether with all the buildings and improvements
thereto pertaining and belonging iand further
known as "Phoenix House and Bowling Saloon,"
formerly owned by Raymond & Allison, as the
property of said firm, and shall expose the same
for sale at public outcry before the Court House
door in the City of Apalachicota on the first Mon-
day in March next., at I! o'clock, a. m., to the
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said fi. fa.
ROB'T. MYERS, Marshal.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23d, 1844. jan29 Im


P


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.


U. S. InMarsal Sale.

Y virtue of an alias fi fa., issued from the
Superior Court of Franklin county in favor of
Bank of Pensacola, vs. Benjamin Brown, to me
directed, I have this da levied on the following
lot of land in the City of Apalac.iicola, and known
and distinguished on a map of said city,- as Lot
number (4) four, in block B., front range, together
with all the improvements and buildings thereto
belonging, and shall expose the same for sale at
public outcry before the Court House door, in the
City of Apalachicola, on the first Monday ii
March next, at 11 o'clock, a. m., to the highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said fi. fa. Property
pointed out by pla'ff att'y as the property of said,
Brown. ROB'T MYERS, Marshal.
Apalachicola, Jan. 24th, 1844. jan29 lm


D. H. Pallais,
WATCH-MAKER, FORMERLY OF MOBILE.
-.\ ., HAS determined to establish him-
=.-',"-. ^,.. self permanently in this city, and
^,...' 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

L. A. LeGay,
(AT THE OLD STAND OFi JACOB FOGLE,)
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
TAKES this method of inform-
ing the public, that he has just
returned from New York, with a
new and splendid assortment of
JE WELRY,
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 and Clocks, repaired, 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. 15,41843. 40 tf


In Bankruptcy.
In the United States District Court:
For the Apalachicola District of Florida.
OHN ROACH, of Jackson county, having
filed a petition praying for his discharge and
certificate as a Bankrupt; it is ordered that cause
be shown before the Court against said petition,
at Marianna on the first Manday in May next.
(Test) B G ALDERMAN. Clerk.
YONGE & TAYLOR, Atty's for Petioner.
Marianna, Jan. 25th, 1844. jan29 3m


Boot and Shoe Making.
THOMAS CLARK having removed
to the Store formerly occupied by Jo-
IK seph Schrodt, respectfully informsthe<
citizens of Apalachicola, and the up-
countmtry that he will attend, to the above business'
in all its branches. French calf skin Boot&made.
to order. He has also on hand a supply 6f French!
Gaiter Boots and Shoes, new and; fashionable,
style, which will be sold as low for cash as in any
house in the city. oct. 28.


CLOT'HING.-A general assortment of Ready
Made Clothing, just received~and for sale at
the store of B ELLISON & CO.,
janl5 33 Water street.


T OLLAND GIN.-2 pipes "Meder's Swan"
Gin, with certificate of importation.
"- -For sale by SAM'L M McKAY,
1; 7 jai2 3t 40 Water street.
... ATS.-Just received per brig Mary from
", ?w York, a few dozen fine CASSIMERE
S ats, latest fashion, a beautiful article.
S For sale by SB HAMILTON,
janm 47 Water street.
i; TZSTERN PRODUCE.-100 bbis Flour;
V 80 bbis Whiskey;
;, 38 do Pork.
Now landing before our store and for sale low
Sfr cuh by FARRIOR & CO.,
j' a22 44 Water st.
EADY MADE CLOTHING.-Just received
From New York, a large and general assort-

ent of Ready Made Clothing.
SB HAMILTON,
a J 47.Water street.
tr RUNKS.-Iron Bound, Leather and Hair
TUlafor sale low by
j=a2 N MILLER, 45 Water: st.


FOR SALE.-10 bbls Cider, a superior article;
.L' 30 do North River Hay.
feb5 NOURSE & STONE, 46 Water st.


ICE--A few tierces for sale at Charleston in-
voice prices, to close consignment, by
FARRfOR & Co'
janl5 44 Water street.


B LOCKS.-2U00 lt common, bushed and plank
assorted sizes, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


SRooberts, Allen & Co.,.
AVE on hand and ior sale:
Sheet and bar Iron; Blacksmith' Tools;' ;"'
German, English Blister and Ca s tsel, "
Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 gallS,.
Hollow Ware, wholesale and retail
Wrought and Cut Spikes; Nails; :
Brass Andirons ; Fire Irons;
Platform Scales, Beams and Ballawces;
Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesale& retail.
Also, a general assortment of Haldware.
They are also prepared to attend p any orders
for Iron or Brass Castings, Black ?rithing, Tin,
Copper or Sheet lion work, or Ti and Copper'
Roofing on reasonable terms. 'janl ly
([ BBLS. Pilot and Navy Bread; also a lot,
.iL/- of first quality Goshen Batter, in small.
kegs for family use, for sale'by
WHITMARSH & RICHARDSON,.
jan1 21 water street.


EADY MADE CLOTHING.-A large and
general assortment, for sale by
jan29 S DILL & CO., 29 Water st.


S _EGR.--30,000 first qualityHavana Segars.
For sale by T L MITCHEL,
jan22 43 Water sl.


OFFEE.---400 sack Cuba Coffee, new crop.
For sale by T L MITCHEL,
jan22 43 Water st.


BOOTS & SHOE--A general assortment of
men and boys Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
For sale cheap for cash by
jan29 S DILL & CO., 29 Water st.


PILOT AND NAVY BREAD.-50 bbls Pilot;
50 do Navy, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


C O- r i,'EE-A choice lot of Java Coffee, just
received and for sale by
B. ELLTSON & Co.
jan8 33 water street.


LACKSHITH'S COAL.-70 casks Coal, just
received and for sale by
W A & P C KAIN,
jan29 5 Columbus block.


P ORK.-50 bbls Prime; 20 do Mess.
For sale by W A WOOD,
feb5 23 Water st.


BA GGING.-200 coils assorted sizes.
For sale by W A WOOD,
feb5 23 Water st.


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.., ..7'. APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1844.COMMERCIAL rNTTM1H'R ry ., ,
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PUBLISHED CVEUY MONDAY :::= ___ IP @JJ] ffi1 31uc. these were usefully employed on Internal i : Improveme.lts firance: has become rich from the wealtlfpr i':I ,
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thing to
any : other nations, Her

BOS WORTH BV & WJ3 &.lliW mrnm&J The following pretty lines WP receive'd; throughour in the nation! at one dollar per day: ; their who have profited by own it. It citizens certainly can is easily not her.see I _

DOMINGE, WY3IAN, No. 136 Water 80 Pine stred. box, and as that niche in the. wheel of time earnings in one year would amount to, one hun producers. Let her operatives stop their labor, ifiue \
-- -- dred and f
NEW YORK, -14th February which has been fifty millions of dollars, which are now and England with all her
from :
OJke third story ii1tzetI'sBuiIdings, corner of time immemorial a total loss money, would soonben
to the ,
Commerce & Chestnut streets, 2HILAXDER_ KIMBALL Propri tor. consecrated. to the good Saint Valentine people endure much country; and besides mental which, these I want ; but let all her money be sent away, and I ;-
bodily suffering her
AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM, Andrew S. COolie, has nearly arrived ; when the 'lasses* put on for the want of employment and the means of and operatives the loss would remain be trifling and continue in to produce, ) ;"\

py.lBL1N: : ADVANCE.Advcrtisa. .. COMMISSION: MERCHANT their most winning smiles, and the 1ad:;' are reminded providing for themselves and families a comforta At three per cent. I am satisfied comparison. \
the cf interest
** of te'in! : or Ie3jj (twenty lines No. :5:; Caaal: cor. Tchtlupitoul.is .it. | that it-is the time to woo,-we give them ble subsistence. Could this employment have: is high enough, and probably even rate higher- :1

or mr' n pro.nrtiji,) CO jicuomly inserted New Ode ms, Li. here the "poet's corner," with thft hope that the been afforded to our citizens fir the last six years, than it should be. Although money at the rate I .
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at tae: followiiu: rates: Refers tc..-: >Ies.rs Harper: & Holmes a amorous swain who perptnted them, may win 'they would have earned nine hundred millions of of three per cent. per annum, and so continued

'Oic yea-.. .. ...$10 d)) [1 O.ic month.. .. $2 50SIX jlul.j tl\_ .) __ Apahchicola. Fla. his "lady-love," long pre S I
ni b th3.. ... .i M > Taree. weeks: ,. ... 2Tire 00, -- shall the measure of value to test the labor performed. and loaned
...3 yJ I.' ... Gre \\VOOd s have rolled around again. Had these safely yet if the rate should be j
m-ritiis, \.u. weeks: .j'fwa 3f() & Ellis, things been going en, we should have allowed to from
.. ...-1 OJ Oie is.Ttion ... AUCTONEj had change three to six per cent. the
aidu..i5 | l'I .1 O'JiVhei oS v CUMMliSSIONLitCELNT :: For the C.lmmercitl: \ Advertiser. no groaning under a surplus of products, and securities wculd be required to be increased
l\I just
: al.vrtii-J.ne-iLs .\r.. 5:; jt without a iv' 3 >e- Colairiiius- t TO MY VALENTINE.My at the same time a class in abject poverty* and in i proportion: to such rise in interest and the lessening V

cal direction* as to t.ieiuinhr of ii.-je"rti: Goia. 1 this surplus of foods clcthing and houses before
>fi9
Liberal udvajice.-. nude upon\ Goods hdr.hvmf! star cf light in rent or the l fall in property in consequence '
their
rejuir! d, itvill Iw U'llerato-.id tnat: thY! ar3 to consign- Sin eyes vvJ.ile I they are uiable: to use them. of
such
1 in bower rise. Let
e ta tis. j tnS 5t ? -we.-ily thy Were us see for a moment,
be publu.ied UNTIL FOHTHH; they will tHerefore thij National! 1 Safety Fund established, what increase .
Beneath: ihe cam! and cloudless in security would be to
bs co iti.iued at oar\ discretion: aid: charedace I IV en. 'G. Porier & Co At night; its i effect on Internal Improvement would be as. make a loan of one thousand dollars necessary safe for '

rdi'i; to tne! forerun: ': rate DEALERS:: IN GOODS! A. \*,) COMiMlSSION ev'ning A'el1tlf hour; t fonishintr. Take, fur instance, the enlargement twelve

Lei1 1 .V.kcrtUiine-its: : ot w'uc'.i: tha term n1' publication :'IE.tcIIA( ; ,1'8 The solitude. then sweetly cheer, : of the Erie Carol. Suppose the State of New l and adding years, compounding it to the the interest half yearly

: is tixe.l oy law, will 'J.II}" b excelled I No. 41 Water SLs.v.; ; Sing me the i-'onga I love to hear. York to b .rrcw fr m the United States Government principal : _
um'21 I $1000 at 3.
rjle.! ly Api'aci'iicdla say thr-e millions per cent interest per annum
from the above Fla. of dollars
:: at three
Th percent half for 12 .. .... ... .
? songs) I love are olden strains intenst yearly years 81,429 49 C
To thou who adkrtt3j bv the year a lihcr-il dis- .I I i1cKiy .t 1Intsioribe to bi I lurnislied from time to time Do 6 do do do do .
will bj in.dj but ull :1l1v Of time's eventful day, during the! as the State 2,03281
cou.it ; rti3em'ats: : Hut.strcth' COMMUNION: : I MERCHANTS year should progress with Uo 12 do do do do 4OW 93

pertaini I': to t'leir' own! biHin''Sjas: No. 4J( Water street 'Of dui.geon dark and captive chains, the: work, so that the State would pay no intereston Do 18 do do do do 7,911 07

well: all Lvjal adv...rtiscrii3.-its a jnt in by them, novl Aprdachicola) 0, bear them on thy lay ; the money until it was needed for use. Sup Do 24 do do do do 15,278 fc5 '

will be charged ai tne II rites. ; FloridaV. pose! the St'ito then to It _
usa Of warriors bold, of storms at sea- employ (out of probably will be perceived that it would take more

All jriou.ic.iineits of ca: i.li.htes fir o.ITce, will l \ A. &: P. C. 2 ahi, Of blighted true love's destiny. fift} t lousat'd) able-bodied men within her limits than ten imes as much property to secure.the

be c:1.1r'fl: FIDOULAKS: COMMISSION who are now without employment and one thousand .
daring the! cinvtsj: MERCHANTS must be dollars at twenty-four per cent. per I
pavabls 1.1 ill C.L4: in old '.I11ca. No. .')2 Water street, Sing me the songs that bring the tear i clothed and ftd by somebody,) ten thousand men annum for twelve years, as would be requisite at ,

All CojiTiunicattofN.: av'i-n' id nis3blpof i Apalach} ic V A 1. And melt the feeling heart; at one dollar per day. The result would be, the three per cent. per annum for the same period,

pnrul or indiv d'lit ntttn\ .,r ,juf!!? .of nevinvMtion :, Lih rl advances mad 0:1: Cotton shipped to Of sacred fond affections deur, State would pay these laborers, every week, sixty: provided the change in interest did not aflect the

: ?, I;JOH, &'., will ba chared: ibr as I: Liverpool, New Yen: and Boston, and also in When fated lovers part thousand dollars. The laborers would buy of the propel ty in price; but if the rise interest occasioned -

a.I .erLtwn'lltl: it ur dii.ieti ).1. st..rj.: novl ly Or be thy lay-if ; farmers along the line every week, say twenty a correspond g JaIl in the property, as we .
.. cypress hind- thousand dollars' worth of food and have .
-:r '- .' '.- JEREMIAH expend the seen to be the. fact, the amount necessary to-
DAY DANIEL J. DAY. Attuned to oothe the wearied mind. same sum to merchants for
CARDS. clothing. This would sect r j the thousand dollars must be increased in
JT. Day & Co., make a good market along the line of the j
And Canal L, same proportionhence when inte-
when heart we see,
thy
COMMISSION1 I seems glad and .
MERCHANTS gay, each week in the
: for
: year forty thousand: dollars" rest on money rises, all confidence between man
No Then .
52 Water : change the
MithreL A. street, golden song ; worth of the productions of the and the and man and in
Myers country,
inS ly securities is destroyed, and it ia
AUCTION ..\j. ) CJ-,[.vL JSi J.V MERCHANT: : :: __ Apjibcliicola: Fla. Sing of the blooming flowers in May, Canal would soon! proceed to successful comple almost impossible to offer security satisfactory

N.). ::2S *Vit4.r street, Harper & Holiiit?!;, Of aUto! youth: ind hope belong ; tion. At the end of the year, who would lose by to a money-lender. any-

Sale Days-WDN.si. >AYb and :SATURDAYS.rhi.L. COMr.IlS.iION:: [ I MERCHANT, With brightest: joy, thy th"m entwine the enterprise I In the first place the laborers If this Safety Fund should be established, and !
and
------ .. No. 51 Of love and their families have all been well fed the
Water street be my VALENTINE. and Government furnish the Currency, we should
StW.U A. F. PALMER )ar,20 Aiahi I.iccIaFla. LUCIEOPHILIS.JJ3URY clothed, and have each laid up an hundred dollars ]I- cease to be borrowers of from England, or

Scward DiJl & Co. -- --- I. ; they have very much bettered their bond any other foreign nation money should Jurnish I
we a
AUCFION & CJ. IMSSIUN; MERCHANTS David G. Rtc. tion. The farmers along the line have
found Currency for
a our this is what
own and
THE use we
EVIL
.Vo. 2J Water stre\ t. COMMISSION:: & KO..WARDIG\IERCHAT ; AND THE REMEDY.UY ready market for one million of their produce, for ought to do. It ;
seems to be the general impres-
t:r Liberal advances miJe ull! A\D !UiJAL; 4H. OODKK which they have received
on condiment:?, icooift: : GARDWELL. the cash. The mer son that a country must be old before it
can
aud btiain: 's.i eiitrnsted t/) l lpm will be No. -i3; Water fctreet.jan2.9tln chants! have sold one! million of goods and received be rich frery
; especially in but the wealth of a
promptly attended to Apil.ichierh: FU CHAT-TER XII. the money, and the manufacturers of these nation does money;
goods not
|1&r/erif0-LAVE & KHAD, Boston. D. B. Wood & Ci>., Of tfie 'operation af a National Safety Fund.I have had a safe and good market for one million currency m the United consist States in money if our;-all the legal I I

CARY COOK, .rtUad, Me.S. COMMISSION:: MGilCHA''TS. do! not d'ubt it will he saM by some that the ot dollars' worth of goods. Hut how would the cut off would not crops were I

C.; Wairrira, Hoilou'dl.Apiiichiduli. No. 29 Wu .'r trcet "''l 1.:& I !h .vo n<'e", dv.> trtg: of State be situated ? She would increase her debt were imported from pay for proviSiOnSif they _
j
Au;-::. v6. lv-- Jinl A-uLehic''j.: Fn \ ati.; nil} 7 ifoty Fund w<>ul.i l III e a d numerous establishing. thincri a three millions; on which she would- --- rmv r.j ninoht........ from_ _n starvinor--: _r/v* ..:_foreign___?i __nations_ _- ?..,to..u:keep_n 6L us_ li
-- --- -- thousand .J T -ut) --'VA aiA ujonins no wuuiu dollar ;
"
P. CXob-irt, B. Ellison A Ca., | th.' th.' *'';- ar :10 'nt"i in (tt. nation withvhom'it and interest, instead of one hundrtd money in England they were obliged to import .

3IANUFACTUK KitM; (U OFALKR IN DEALERS IN .'.'J1 CJ-. -VVtOUS GOODS. \"OJld! ').' safe t'- tnit.! All those who make two eighty hundred, as she! now pays at six per cent., or provisions, keep theni from starving for one

CABIMit FUR \I rUItK:; AND COMMIS-'lOV ME.lt: !A';T \ I t .t'."a r.'If} rk f f1 i ii-iU; it \\qJd be well to avoid and tei at seven per cent. for the year; and probably net for six months. .

Up Sairs, :;o. 42, W_t.-r Stre: r, Nu. ;;J \\'uur t. ;'.-;, I j-j : MIA S'l.-ctidr cf n.ei: In ni'tr12: it, for they evi- could money. If the canal were built in this waYlhey The wealtlj of a nation consists in the soil and 3

dnU 1. AM'-ti'-o dpcllr_lh 1 !1 ,, < ", I i fie t! : ''Vf a J".r.' t' _-n 'Ives; and :such men also reduce the toll to one half or even in the productive industry of the If
leas people. eprlduce
| : J 1 .?C\'h'lt't| : .' .' and: this wculd very much benefit farmer ):
E.: R. F.E-.VF.LI.\ : ;i 1. <-I recjicn .nd : every : as much in
: .
S. ii. Ilaruilttnl; \1 i. [;!j'_'1 I '. manage and prducer: proportion to our population
j JJlfilll' S."' I '.I along its line. Again how as
:1 : ,
I 111.'t England does in
[ DEALER IN liSVJV .\ALE) CLOTHlNG, Ftev11len! & butt, I I wouM the United States proportion to hers, and our
v.l! -. .* Government be
r'l' !J. .1/i-iccd hi affected? inhabitants
have
FACTORS : oth'TS that it
No. 47 VVTatcr No a.MI.SSlON It would as comfortable houses as hers,
: tttt, receive )
) \vv.u'.J' from the State
lit too iruch of New-York
in
"* r the isandj of the we are as rich '
as England
decl: ly MERCHANTS. if we produce more in '
.tf/ja/ucAtco/a Fa. yearly interest ;
fiov to the
I the
No. 2 !I purse proportion, we are richer
Columbus iloc l !;. dollars the than Engiand.
: three
a '1 ti"L s\v< rd : but I th;'u'c it would bi millions principal would I
Zlili better also
N. ::: r &: Co. Apjlaouicola, Fiv. :; and be doubt not some alarm would be occasioned by
DEALERS IN CLOTHING( 3OOT.-S, SHOE, (r.r: Lib *ral advances mad" on Cotton ahijvcd! afc-r i L'rr toe Gov '.nim--nt to rile: the purs than received owing to Government, and when the State the withdrawal from our country, of a great -' ,

IL:\ I'S, &:: to New York; Liverpool or Havre. d25bm f.r thf pur-is to rulthe Government; and as to States and any surplus! it could pay it to the United amount English capital but the sooner it is f
tie! swords should stop the interest. ; ,
this: be Every dollar
adopted, there would made withdrawn the
Corner Water a id Chosnut streets, in this better it would be for us, as it
liiuibrough & Ritlg\vay be no din or of them; : they would be way by the Government would be made would
beat
A' alachi,' into Save
) (
) \ novl 1 lyJas. fur the benefit paying the interfst and cancel
COMMISSION AND! FORWARDING plough: -share* arid the spears into priming-hooks. of every citizen in the country: and much of our debt so t
I.. Francis All who the State of New-York would I to England. I.can see no more '
MEICH \ N'f3.Apalachicola: are willing/ to labor would find a most thus receive her share: reason: why we should

MERCHANT. TAILOR & CLOTHIER Florida. comfortable( : subsistence. They wculd not be every individual, the State the United money than why go to England to borrow .
sp
.\ .I. 2261' Bowery, near Ilioinglon? si. \V!\!. H. KIMBROUGH- > oppressed' bv abject poverty and want that life in States the, and all who would have any thing to do raIn-water; Can we we gain should go there to catch .
NEW YORK. JOHN I. RIDSWAY. would be burden matter, would be benefited any thit itVh t.
nnvl ly 5 a that they would rather rush also would ; posterity does the money do when it getsVe Even if I
be
Liberal advances into the battle.field, hoping for the benefited, as the canal would afford It into ? It
made Cotton spoils, than went active
on I them circulation
Zanies F. Fan ioi', consigned to endure the cheap: transportation for if would onlv be .
our friends in New York Boston sufferings of poverty and misery which their produce- a medium by which I
WAR Liverpool- there one of oar
pORT JEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC or would be citizens exchanges .
Havre. are now the lot of millions of our fellow in no gambling in this matter, no with another
Apalachicola Fla. decl ly civilised beings one would lose what some of the products of labor or the
Christian the ether
countries. Who would would but soil
: gain
and
ivish ,
May always be found at the office of Farrior &, all would be during t time. the money remains here
td to the battle if gainers. The
T. II. go all his mental and same would be the
& C. H. physical} we : : Iand ; :
'o. Austin pay
No. Water result of intehst'? and
,
.1 44 st. He would respectfully: so- wants were well nearly all individual then send the same .
COMMISSION sup liedVere this the enterprises, which back
icit the patronage of his friends and ac.juain- MERCHANTS, nation would not rise case, would produce an income equal to three money to pay the same debt we contractLd .
No. up against nation but cent. when
50
Water per we borrowed
street, peace the .
'ce on
the other :
investment
declJ money
: and Labcr ; or some
: will
good would ; would
be in
Apalachicola. reign among men. Let people always demand debt, which would
and amount to
the
be
\Vm. SjUacy Gl' Cn, It. D. Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to be assured of the comforts of life by their own should be properly remunerated. If the interest the interest we haeto pay with the same thing-<*

R. GllEE.V taHes this opportunity of expres- New York. novi ly bors'honest industry, and few would covet their neigh feel perfectly confident put as that low as justice requires, I our j labor.Ve might as well borrow Pwtaft'ardstickshur ii
good The Labor
si a? hw gntitufle to his patrons and to great; temptations to vice would would always and bushels, and
; assure receive its pay England 1 in the of
be just fewaid produce

iem tr himself that it eh'ill be his; constant endeavor to ren- Thos L. MItclici\ 1 n-kr removed,yk'" ...Ul,..l simply* L____ 'by taking. power_ from_ these_ But consider: the afctiial; 4 9t""n.... h", u ..__i-:_..:. ..country. five. millions a_ .Year for thp1r ncp, tn
Useful in his profession. COMMISSION h.uo..r.1:' wU& u
m/re & uave Gen Set and sealed with ----- measure the
FORWARDING UP wur.tfgJF/ "
) the three UlUiUYYIIlg quantity of t ;
Office on Ceatre\ near Water trect. dec25 MERCHANT. the seals of the various governments of civilised the millions of money at three per cent. of money to measure the our value products, to pay the !

No. nations and clothed with a United States Government, instead of borrowing order of our products, in .
A Ca'd. 33 Water st. Apalachicola power superior to all of to make exchanges between
OCT. -Jet1 other power among men. There is base England at six per cent. the bonds being There is our citizens, '
( S. W. SPENCER has removed his ly now no made payable in 1S70 as mu-ch-wealth in the bushels and yard
on which
,
a man can make having twenty-seven sticks
oSce to the Baltzell a contract with his years as there is in
Buildings, second floor to both
& run. Every six money ; are
Dodge Gardner fellow man which months there mere mea-
will would
;er the store of N. Miller & Co. Entrance from not be changed by this saving of forty-five be a sures. .
; GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS money-d-ivil: for as this devil thousand dollars in interest Rut
fcestaut in ,
changes "
stre t. His residence is o.i Live Oak ) apoear- and again, our specie wculd
No 40 Water street ance so does the reckoning the interest probably not be
contract change in on eJrh saving diminished
re and ; COIl.-
formerly the residence of Charles essence, certainly
: not
Rogers dec S pounding it half after
a f
.
Apalachicola the closer yearly, the very w years
i}. :. a man hugs this evil one, the more:: interest same as ive pay the the productive ir.dustry of ;
dec4 -- he on the bor.d to ... the cr.untry wopld b
-- I pcwer will have ,vcr his fellow man, and the England : =the forty-five immensely increased

Li jo n & Owens SniniicI Schiller. i' more unjustly will be wield this power; but if I thousand we save every Six i months and the interest of mOHey to ; for there wculd be no want I- I
TrOtLEY'S WHOLESALE: & RETAIL GROCER, this Satan is thereon for twenty-seven carryon any business which wuild
& COUNSELLORS AT LA'V once chained and his power limited, years; would amount( be benefi"ial.Ve
; No. 49 Water to $5,691,923 shr.uld of '
Abbeville and Trov, Ala. janl street. he also will: ceisa to do evil. If he dots to and 02-Five million six hundred ar.d exports and lessen cpurse Crease cur 1
go
HILL in i County Apalachicola Fla. fro in the arrh and ninety-one: thousand nine hundred and cur imports, for \\e should
practice the and Circuit t up; and: down ill it as he al!- ('ight'dollar twenty- manufactnre fr more
Courts of the counties of Montgomery, Pike, W A. Wood, ways his ron-' : % : O ; Ode COMMISSION: he goes, and will[ All this would be saved to the State of New- as low here as in England,
and
Henry Barbour, composing the, FORWARDING MERCHANT not usurp authority over the York a.nd there \tculd be nb i \
,
bth Judicial AND SHIP blessiMtjs of God to independently of whit would be' saved inducement to go abroad .
Circuit of the State of Alabama. CHANDLER, man, but will allow the man tie! by to be.rro\v money, In
United the
WOODSON L. LIGON, No. 23 Water street, who wcr'w to eat. States. They would! save the n othpr__.__. naEed in_ F'n0'1".L .way.... thin s. are ma. li

Abbeville, Henry co., Ala. Apalachicola. novl ly The drunken and rioting devils are visible to the t Juriy-rive interest thousand dolbra every six month, and t the 0-initerestfwe- n -" -Aaiiu, we ao uttje gocd by paying r

HASTINGS E OWENS, man: hut this arch deceiver who has robbed the the therl-on, and would gain all this" from operatives and for their were paying it directly to the .

Troy Pike co., Ala. lttofr< would continue
-/ZccroA2S&JH COMMISSION MERCHANTS of their farms! has perhaps not even been discerned receive his share of the profit, and dollar which and it. But nearly every "'. .
rvi no lose we sU
N,. 32 Water by them but one what the others ain. other nations pay Eng
f strectjApalachicola. they have attributed their & Suppose we land l goes into j
the
rei. Ala., borrow three millions of cofl rs of the rich and 't.
,
*co mnfortuiies to want of jud.eme- in booming England instead of the !hing in the every
JOHX in.Jcbterl. United States, and it country that is the product ot 11
M. MOORE labor
: The actually comes here in .
is i
JJJeSerson
usurers
tiuford, Eufauh, Ala. IVM. are sure tc plead this as cie spe taxed to the T. ;
: Jos E BeUir fJ'lt \ A. McKENZIE nov! ly the causes and not only this but the farther ; what does it do while here ? It only helps owed pay interest of the enormous debt _
C:1L1e.: John Dill ,ornery, Ala. ... and say there is ) 50 the credit of the State of New-York to '' by the English Government to the rich men r: ,
Fort Gaiue, Ga. re'lt dishonesty In making! con- contract o* the nation
f
with arid
} to
*)-. Farrl-.r tracts and her own inhabitants to do support a Standing 1 C
Chester & CO. not a certain Army to
it fulfilling them
McGritt; Fa. when they them quantity keep these ,
Apal'a. of work the operatives in ..,
JLlUvy23ti", 18 U. tfLnv COMMISSION AND FORWARDING1MERCHANTS selves have changed the contract after it on canal, Kelps the laborer to barter subjection when these 1
was very
jqiv29 his operatives
( made and work for food and clothes earn every dollar cf wealth in.the
;
,it or
put out of the of the perhaps to build nation JI
: No. power parties a tenement to live in thus and the unholy use of has
totice.tJ 44 Water-street, to meet their engagements : these money-lender : : it only'enables the these money producedi!
unhappy results.
W. G. M. DAVIS ov25 ly Apa'achicola, Fla. plead their owi honesty in justification of their people to exchange the labor and material of If : i
we could .,"
which an end
ret put
"
each has to its
to 1'C > --t.- CO1dud, and a surplus, for unjust use there '
imed Prat tice of some other ,
I to' the Law.; He s y.M Have we not paid all things : i is no
B. our danger
S.
./*r d to attend Hawley debts of which they are in ; our Government
to business at the with twenty want. When the ever becoming a ; s.d
County shilling in the ,
pour.d! not. twenty- the
monarchy,
1 1Jte: AjJal. hiC la.4fT WHOLESALE JJ-ALER.N iRUGS, PAINTS, withstanding the great want; of moral virtue in seven years are ended we send back the three predictions of Europe.t the con '\.'; j
trary
UILS, GLAN, &.c. & &t. the millions of dollars to notwithstanding. But should the
.c., citizens the interest
AUtHI **. ii--11;:;; No. 27 Water street, States have forfeited of the nation ? and while even the b borrowed and the interest pay thfreonor three millions: we f on money be regulated by our Government at just :::.,s f ; 1

Ottr AND COU.1SKLLOR AT LAW, Ajdldchicolj; rovl ly vVe remain honest, aid every, principle the of integrity, seven years, say $11,3SU, S5G 04-eleven twenty.million and equal rates, there would be a Union.in; this- r i 3 k
are only left '
peoj-le country
-- -- stranger than
\ .lriannl -- to three hundred and government 1
1-'tirhb. .
the eighty-three any ever :
\ViU save nation: from thousand yet. :4 !
Pratice 10 the Courts ; J. TV.COMMISSION. 'Vodland & to entire nin. This is their hundred and fifty-six eight established and, instead of our ..
W Of I'rai1!din JackVvajhinsjto.i assertion but this dollars and four becoming a me't i
#
I ; secr-t enemy of mankind, by cents- narchy, the : :( \
IlJ MERCHANTS which we have paid government of .
would
: the ad of to Europe be
couttiej.YOure usurers has England in ,
visited hamlet in the our production obliged to :" I
/ Nc.: 18 CoornercB every !, which have adopt our form of s*.
street been .
government, or
; country and earned the :very
decreased by hard labor much
i
k Taylor / New Orleans. La. the value of labor and of of our better their own, for I I."
nbVJ iy people, and
the every dollar am persuaded that- '
productions ) 1 ?
Of in this .
the soil paid this t t $
ArTORNEYS AT LAW ansi and made the widow i is a cleat gain to England way oppression of the people who earn the wealth j
/ n orphan, and sometimes the rich to be as a nation, and a total f nations .
\ iVI'driarina, Florida. Thomas eflranCO,4MISSLON sup l loss to the United Stares ? by their industry must from its '
sev
rrt.-, C. Yf"iGF pliants for their 'forbsarance. But if they do forbear as a nation. We could tty, Cea3e- r- ;v hi4( .
J'tHV MERChANT not possibly "
G : : B. TAYLOR it is only to sink pay this inferest half in ; 4
this evil root" every year .' Arf
deeper 1 :
No. 'jJ I CIJm"T'lll11 unless
street.
r. Q OEWard} tt R. W. Wi1te. /,'/ NEW ORLEANS. '\1d get a firmer hold of all that: is left/ so that back money:: again for that we imported it, and'then sent it A man in prosperity forgets *R"T j
& novl ]yWliitmarsh when forbearance is an"end purpo e. every one ahdut '
COUNSELLORS i at they are sure adversity every one forgets him.
AT L.\ 01 We In *
\V. probably have
ring JalUh.vwze'lorida./ & ftichar.lson; the last remaining farthing : thus the labor of a time, one half the not in the country at this appears to have lost all nis senses; and prosperity when loaded .:.> *te
,
J. t.1\Y dated thern'4elvcs in the lMuler3l't long aid prudent life is often !swept away by this beei amount of specie which has with misfortunes he is said never to haw had* $
practice r brought
": : a 'tteIt the firrn of WARD &. of GROCERIES, COXECTIONARY ANDA. .eiiwj. and the same evils will be virited'ttpon! ? our and other in by the emigrants from Europe any. In Ms sudden elevation, OR becbmes'di-4; **" *$ ., i '
,: \VHIT=::, places, who have contented with all the
.
general assortment of Fruit, Vegetibles &c" children for'gpn'fhtions to unless settled in our land world j and when hurled to .
ll.ifly the come national
4leaM everal Courts since its the bottom t I .
; fij of the No. 33 Water streftA1ach1Cla! n>.isures are taken to avert them. discovery; ; for we have been paying of the wheel} of fortune, all the.world! : I

I" *51.clcola!? Districts, and the Court t Fla.! i We have probaoly more than five hundred yearly an enormous sum of. interest to other nations are discontented with him. i .
I '
&ne! OJ- Goods sold on Oomni i8loD. ,,1'ly thousand men idle in the Cnited States. in money, besides hundreds of millions in .

Suppose our produce for: the same purpose. England, by flower FRIElfDHrl'-Friendship ifc to the stem that sustains i is to esteem it.. what thP' ; ".::,..'ft j


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u.ltir1, irill mate all goods, chzlids, lands, !,c. MR. l\rcDU FIE'S BILL. For the Commercial Advertiser.

COJIJlERCI1L lDVERTISER.G 1 of a judgment ddtor hrrcafttr liable to levy The modification of "The Tariff," as proposedby Mr. EDITOR,-Our citizens were entertained .----COMMERCIAL..--

and sale undr execution. In recommcndins this this dintinguishcd statesman, does not meet three evenings last: week with Concerts by the -- LATEST-. -DAn- -=

APALACHIOOLA, MONDAY, FEB. 12., 1344. law the conmvttec believe they are doing nothing with that favor in the Senate which, in our opin- Brothers Arnold." Their performances were Liverpool.. .J an. 4 eW' York. ...Jan.

I but justice to both debtor and creditor; and although ion, it deserves.: It is true the able chairman (the good, and I believe gave satisfactioe to those who Havre, 1. Nqw Orleans,..Feb
heard them. The music with exceeding IL1vana.. .. "
9.
r was given Charleston ... II
J
ERIn: SANS FEUR. it not meet the approbation Of all Finance Committee urges objections to entertaining -
may -
good taste, and without any affectation or .
MAILS.Yesterday's men, yet it is the only course to remedy existing or rather originating the Bill in that House, trickery.' But that is not the point in consideration From New LETTERS York for Li'FOR EUROPE.

but little news- evils, and sustain the credit of the Territory.The on the ground of its being for revenue purposesand : I am pained to see so little encouragement the Ut, 7111, lath and 25ih elo-Packp.tssailoa'e,'cry! month

steamer brought report continues :-" This is no untried experiment contends that such Bills must originate in given to entertainments of that kind. We are so From --New York for London.-PacketsS -

the mails are still behind. We have no papers ; it is ?.3-rMin2d that in the States of the HUg of Representativesj As this can have i isolated from the rest of the world, that every inducement the From 1st, 10th]\f': .and 20th of cvery month. i'. .,
Turk
f from New York, later than the 2Srh January, and Maine, M-ssacrrttetrs, Connecticut, New York, no bearing on the merits of the Bill, or the necessity should be held rut to p-iblic p?rformera 1st 8th and\24th of for every JI.\Vre.-Packet3 month. sail; on ,

LV* I 6th February from Charleston.: The weather has Pensylva-ua, Miryind, Michigan, Indianna, ; of modifying the Tariff; 15J'2, we shall to visit UP, as every saclt: visit i is a 'god-send,' cer- V- Letters intended to io hv the N'w Yti

1c been very cold at the north as well as rainy at Missouri, Xorth! Carolina and Gcur in, the jwctice l.t t the! objections of Mr. Evans pas, not being tainly ; yet, while all are lamenting that none of I p.tC'CI;tst; tea should day before deposited the day in of the de Pot Office aNew .y

the south ; at 'New York on the 27th the mercury hi. constitutional the great Artists \icitu:, thvy Jo not seem disposed i : P art ore'ftoq
of selling u .d?r c-xMrutim! the interest of a'td'riett disposed to question scruples, 1ork-"pot pl; 'ed. ;
stood as low at noon) as 14 abase: zero, at to hold; cut THE inducement n"ce;:ary To
K ( j : deVtr i h pro.'ery: ir.orr.r.igf'd, now r tide correctness of his viewsBut we do believs -
oftheSTEAM
of th East River I ensure the visit.of such arti -ti s" OL Bull," SAILING DAYS SHIPS.r .
The entrance
2 o'clock 18. prevail*, and I they: cinot 1 bri hat{ :any, t'c.r; : I! : that the ('arifl'sh0111d bo revised by the I'

., was completely blocked up with ice. The mails State of tae: Union subject j mnrgas: cd i.roj/erty! to !r'r.set. Confess and during this session. The v'ieiu Tem,'?," "Henry iiU3.ell," and others, JIih rnia. r T!;-,,.,.torn. )Liverpool.. Cih I .From Jan.Bo t,021,
.1 j we must iatronis.person? of inferior talent, as Britannia I Hewitt .. r
the
accumulated to a height : snow .Jan th..Feb.1
great
have in its does not. and it t
Revenue
this than that which form can-
dill rent rul> h report present
a is : for Ifcd'10l.f., Loft *
liberal .
city always te Feb .
rail roads the Potomac is frozen nny patronage, or 5h; .llarchla_
hu covered the ; governs property unencumbered." We hope the not, c_;nal the wants of government.. This alone the want of it. Acadia, Ryne., ...Mar. 4lh: ....Apnl l : y

over, and the ice boat is out of order. The principles of the bill will be sustained or.d adopted would seem to d.'mand its modification, if there A; tin, our hl:1onble Council must be in erroror I,

Charleston Mercury says:_"Yesterday's mail as a law, for if our statutes warrant any other were no Ulier reasons for entertaining the proposition rathr, th- laws of the: City-when Concerts ENCll'NGr ,, ..
still in Chocks at si iht X York .. -
on
1 showed symptoms recovery,but they are construction the sooner they are chugged the of! the Senator from South Carolina. But are ell ugt'd Q t (00 for a license. Tlu-y certainly :1ra I-M, .. par *:. '

arrears all around ; reports of the weather shows better. there nr,' other reasons, ad: those of a very subs are not *' Tnt'ttriral p rfoimance.or wild u Ho.ton I.. ..1-2.par.! pr c -;

that it has been very crusty, and various mishaps tantial :t.):nre. The present Tariff( is in mnny beast iiows; ," arid then-fore: do riot come xvifhin cl" ;; 01: .trl;..tfJ, .].2 prcmM
will THE NEW PACKET CHAMPION'.' 4We ." .tt .'.un ah.. .]2 Ie
have been the Three mails "the pah of the !law." I think if (
consequence. rpsptrts, line pal and: too protective in its char our 'ity .i', n.'p.1O ,. 11 "
bs due from Washington to-day. were much ratified at gwh:; the new aclor. AVe art advocates f-r the protection of Fathers"' will examine the I laws cf Floriila, tip y P ii!,' on :\ew*1 ork. ..,*) (J.1yS. ...l a 11 p Bred is't 1

Fteamer Ctitvr.pion? come in from Columbus on will fi.id; a wide! dif rellcc Ltwen ilmn \nr'; > the t: ..('J .t"- -..U a 2 H

ARRIVAL FROM THE INTERIOR. Thursday last: in such gallant style, having performed American industry ard i interest so far as would law of Au ilachicola. It is n.icer-1!} :o h% hoped On all oth Northern.. e'uiis, the'tams rates.
of the be < ivci i T 1 rifT rfor Revenue aflbrdinu, inci- -"
the arrival :! by a ;> ,
1 Wc are pleased to announce the trip from this to the latter )place :and tint these little errors may bo certect: ?;. f>r the FnEH1HT..

Lafayette from ihe Old Agency, Crawfordcounty de'1t:l protection;-beyond this, we do not go. credit rf the aid Me in To Li\'en" . .. ;
barge ba"k in a little over four days. A passenger informs city, gr?:ifer en/>> merit, ,. ol. .. .5-Sd.prlb.
with 69 bales of cotton and 12.000"hite We would ,ivoi d l the, two extremes of free trade this respect, of its citizen, asvc can 'uredly! ;X\\r,:,. .... .. .... .... ..c II
; us that t the time from wharf to wharf, on Po.-ton ... ... .
.
oak staves, to Messrs. Flcwellcn & Butt, of our and the highly! protective syst m. American expect no favors from those who find they! arr.bligpj ... ...:Wc UNo
Ihe upward trig>, was only 3-3 hours, including
interests forbid ado tng the first proposition for foreign 'jn2Tt"m"rif3 since our last. Coar.i
;? to pat a TAX the rniviLEGE of :i in. irTg:
stoP aes, and the running time ,31 hours 5 min wise freighrsare bri-'rt at onrq-iotations.
city.This second arrival of cotton direct from so long as England r-dlieres to her restrictive tO EMPTY BKNCIinS. B.
is the
nt;3. This is about S hours sooner than it h.isuut.lly '
a but hone it will not be the last by system and long established ml, of forcing the ---- I COTTON STAl'E IE"T.
that we
place, Old Agency i is some distance been run by our fast boats, and brings our I world to pay an i indirect, tribute to foster her TIIEA'frE-,1tp piid a visit to this ert-ibli.-li ,(. Stock on 1 hind.. .. .. ..211

many hundred. The two cities (although said to be 375 miles apart) i, on Tni! tl.i? } Cyernfg! and! waf ree.ibly surprisedj : Receivedincc cur last, ... ..4,!fll
and the nat'i;ation above the manufactures and commerce. It Ins contributed previously I .. .. .. .
above Albany, i 67.013
quite near neighbors. The Champion i is a new i j to find: every tiling so mat anJ comftir'abk! The .
told is not half as dihicult as more than all other causes to her national I 71,700balei!
latter place we are accoimiK-fh tions for the 'uidii-iic'1,
boat with a double engine and immense : ur" much better
little enterprise on the part of power, power rj'd gr ttnes Ad: l for; us to resort to Exported siiic our I.i.-t, ... ..r. 6'l 5'.
it is below. A and her model, beauty, and superb Clc .C'nwdJ.- than they vr wu b.f"rcThe scenery illid d,'- ** )r"stnay! ... ... 40,121

JIp our steam boat men wo'ald doubtless s.cure a tions, promise! the greatest comfort and to direct tixition, for the support: of government, coraticns are in need taste: and tli? company well 4I tt.9., 1/ a
-- safety '
very large part of the trada of the Flint River to the public. We understand that her gentlemanlyand allowing trade entirely free, would} be ruin u: drilled for thf.r: ie.-p<-ciive dr.ties. ?.lrs. HAHTwis ; Stock on hind j n"t vin I ;red.... .21,Sol f j" .

i our city which now goes to Macon and Coluin- and most unreasonable.: We therefore contend as usual :the I "Cyi.o-ure cf all eye," the :
commander intends
enterprising her
bus. The rail road from Albany the Ocmul- running for a jit.ticious Tariff; and by this, we would be (h -f n f'd rf ail tbtervers Th.- l lady IMS indeeda COTTOX MARKET tll
is a regular packot from this to Columbus, leaving There Ins h?ere I If.s diffic-iJty: i ia cfi'ectin san!
understood, h ird time "f it. Tra rd '. ?
is in slow progress, and will perhaps; never I as advocating one, differing in many ; } Comedy, Opera or
gee here Saturday. We wish him much since our lass there being: Iittl
be finished, or at least for several ycirj to com(- every ejsntial !:rt1c ul ,r3, from the present. Wewould I Farce, are sat; to find] her at her post, ready for report a more ill. .: ,
SliCC S3. |, quiry, at an "itabiisrrd improvement of ,c "Weclinn
ilaty. She ; well !h. termed in TheatntdlpiriaiiC'
Would it: not therefore be w.rth; Tie attention of t ix all artiole-s of luxury, among which I may :
the cf Flo1 da." \\r !" our qaotatifjtis: .iccordin;:Iy Inft'rior,1 ton
of our merchants, and other citizens, to NATIONAL CURRENCY.We we class tea and c"fr c. Nothing could bo more tar t ( understand: O
some slid wiil take a benefit MI Wednesday evening. ; l inuy,7.i to S{; MiddISj, Si to 8|; Mid.dliri .
build an iron steamer of such a draught: as could would ask the attention of cur readers to eqml and, of course, just. A mlJd:rate duty, sac i iI L"t it be a real one. In fact she deserves a F Fair, 9 to !9.}; Fair, 9i a 9.i-

ascend and descend at the ordinary stages of the chapter in this days paper, on our first page, I of five cents on tea and two cents on: coffoe, per '. complimentary: benefit," if superior talent, ii(1 Thr saleof the! week anojr.l to 2,225 ales as

}Nt\ water during the business season? on the subject of Currency. It is a continuationof pound, would add at least three million per annum 'istry, and a.n earnest desire to uil'urd g 'II'-ral ?ati&f.ujJnu fc !rw.=:-Iff !; h's! at.1;; I; at 7j: 23 at 7?; 81 rfS

the very able document we promised to publishin : to the revenue on Imports. We would net : tojjfthiT with her amiable and 1-uiy heleportnieiit : 13 iit S a-l'3; 52 at SJ,; 12? at 51]: nH\.n< at Si; 54tt

'1 LAW OF PILOTAGE.The numbers, and we think it should call the attention allow a tax on any article of real use, so.I. 1 i igh ns c! : ;are any cluinis to con:idl'r.titu anc* S I IG; 112 at Si : 2) :nt S 11-lfi; 79 at S|; .,*,, at

t law regulating pilotage in this port, provides I of all men of 1 business. That a National to amount to a prohibition for the purpose: of rei)(rot. Will! not the ladie-j of our city turn out; :3', ; S7a 9. "MIh 105 ;:tfh 65 at 9i; 15 at

-f t that any pilot who presents himself to the : Currency i is indispensable; to a Commercial country fostering any class of American minufacturers.Should in lies behalf'! F. 9] : Sf ;;t O.?; 27 rt' ; criTs per lb.TrZTETIC .

vessel outside the bar, shall be entitled ------ ---- I\iilu: ::;; ucin; II -d 1 .
master of a like this, thy past has given ample evidence, ] Congress adj urn without adjusting this t : }
{G- Hon Me VV'ILMAM PriAG'E. U S. S"iatcr
_ to half pilotage, whether his services are and we have no hooe that the future will be less Tariff, we think an important duty will be neglected from lihodel.-land, It resizM'id ins stftt on acCirmt MA uKETS.

needed or not. free from the evils of an insecure circulating I '- CIATW5Tu.C.; r>-erro'i-Th re-
: of the
dreadful truK ?u y by which he Was
I in the law, we believe cur medium for the ----- -- coil't + Ilf tut'i.td-Itir.' ta'Lttw ";\ h \'e beeata.r
this of
To provision operations the Merchant
GENERAL DUFF GREEN. deprived of a partner and a brother. A successor ". arr.tnl:. ; t 117. :t-tra..L E"O.if'd m gene
1 slrip masters do not generally object, for they understand until the country shall adopt a well devised and This gentleman's letters, written while in will iniinediately be chosen.Mar.hal tll'l kO\1.I ... *".i..t; "hicnirvtr.rh f f 5 ,199
.. to cruise: --- !i.'ksex''Iis'of'2.9'i i.r: -! )b''sH
it as designed to induce pilots permanent system. What that plan will be, or ; taut "lprttd.I
\ such .England, and addressed to the London Times," crJ. Sor.lt: having, promoted the son of fhPt':>T.'rt'd; d'!?n.I.r for 1p'lndt.h h?.d
of vessel and when what it should be remains to bo determined
I ; ,
cff the coast pursuit by i
j-pr'ii.J !iip.ii onn.rn pt f-n lh" !-i-t ":1oi
have the
attracted considerable notice. They are Marshal :;ay, to a Licut. Cclon-Mcy, Louis Plul- :
result is produced by that feature in our regulations future legislators.THE uvfk pr -\!nuo m t'i: I ps: t, and v/h''i! ; r ''::'I'J! oa
written with great ability, and we hope will do lippe refused to sign; his commission. The King'; that dy in the -at!? i-l jv j ::rd: ,:f.).7:.!0 h.INat:1Jl .
/f it is beneficial to commerce.In is ilnu serio'i 1v! from this. ..HIIIH.-'. ri'l !
popularity
good in correcting the exceedingly erroneous impressions : ; M Y d i:1nIT-" deg. e*- rortinaeilclniiir
\ of our northern cities the half pilct- OREGON TERRITORY.Hera S-ttirdny? Monc''.
some : bor. (n which! ; darn
accruing is not for the use of the pilots, we have a field Iwfore the American existing in that country in relation to Ct:5.: In the year 1313: thirty nuK" steam boats 4012) I b..I"-; ch ,li'.d hn'1-'t} fill pr c.ao (\i T K-S.
age so the United States. The question of State indebt-, were built at Cincinnati with }li iv 1 thf ni.trAft: !Iin-.rpvr I/;"c-iif *' ** : .
1 charitable and people, wide enough to satisfy the most towering an aggregate tonnage xc' ;''ivey: -
for the
t but taken by the city I edtie"s, is so little understood in England, that of .,;j71 ton--, -.iiul coasting SH. ,0\Jt. guid p-uch.iM'rs: 1Prthdr! : .+.'.v'tq; :uro! t rn ir 1 ly, i,!.
ambition of those
worthy object of relieving sick and dcst'tute sjil- who aim at the accm.:lish- I ji m'u-h th .t th'.* :./i.- ody! rechIV! ;.J bal>.tot
the odium of refusal
till merit of treat objects. through the farce of native many suppose! repudiation II1l'ch mere lr.imdtioJl stai. i'hr'u'n .P ln f\vu"r
< ,( ora.Ve don't know that our pilots an nny to pay-should equally apply to all the States, The Boston Post in noticing the Cotton speculation lowing clay: :. '\.Pr dii"fF.ty" .:r1.1! Tjp-r II.\. whici

well paid, even by allowing the! half pili.t'iu for energy and talent. The proposed occupancy of and to the General; Government, with as much going; on, says :- closed with! lisp: 5iJp5f : ; but the of the port }las become j Oivjoji, new before Congress, should bp d'scussed tnlfiv a lime! Setter 'elinu frt'iiicil fo :i? m:!n:.
their use, commerce force as.the few States which have failed to meet !It is the opinion of intelligent: merchants fasted by b'iypr.! = in.-inlr: ou'in : !-> i'i' ncr nnM
quite important, and they should c: rlai :l 1"oe free and entirJy apart from all sectional ad! un.vcrtt their And do who came passengers by the hrita.nnia, that a n.,e rt'l'ei\'ell"! fr "i XPW York in tninrnrcs! ; tvhCar'prosa'ue !
obligations. just
as
imperfectly they
willing to increase their nu her according to '. )>y partisan feeling It is one of great: magnitude of 1 i a 2d. will be established bel Ilre April as :! the m'lr i"t ih'n f. c'ln i 'tiny firm.

often md rf some which may involve the destinies of not.oiily understand the peculiar institutions of our Southern the consumption was great, and the very low The s ,iK'{ Iu-f fvi'ii'i; !hid n\4cii.I nr-.,r UiH h'des.!
I the demand. Complaints are l.'n"lcr sueli! ;
of States. No one question, with reference to rate of mo: ej induced specuhttou. The suv; :,lie; ctrcvlIStIt'cee: > it c-srm; h exacted;
detention in waiting for a pilot. This should ru.t this count., but the whole civilized world arriving from this smll lid that tin r.jM-r-itioiis made since )riTldt'W''re all
tnt
this i is mis- country were :
more
country generally discussed
Widely as our territory cxterds have or at astifl'pncc: a i5? tho? uvul en th" three days
and attentive nono we no of stock
be so. Our pilots arc good :- excess daily diminishing. Shipments; : of
represented in Great Britain, than the: conditionof I'r:'\il'n.. and such coiic 'Sion> a.jr"nerallj ac
:: \ more -but they are too few in nU gibs r. hnd to spare-no, not a single toot, to England goods to the United States were large, in the !face rlmp.lI\-, s--l\1 made.vit'i t a duli!i nJr't.! were no I
_ I or any other foreign power. But, if the subjects that class hold to labor in America ; and in this of our high duties, as the last tail o4;erutLis '''>ur: f ;.p ri"nc"d by some seller? rluni' : ; the last

To MASTERS AND OWIYKRS CF STEAMBOATS, cf Great Britain: wish to become citizens, and many of her statesmen having taken the lead. turned c,ut so well." firir d >\'j On th" Whole Jiov.-evT, holders conrini -
We do The Huston Pest: also notices? the i iuvestrnr'nts: linn, \ her.. S-IP>; are; rii." .>.fr. --fc f f,.. .
not these -
relations regard statesmen all dis- p fairy
rules end at
the following as '
ke.-\Ve. publish ; .. help us to settle and improve tle Oregon, as in manufaluring': stocks in Massachnsu:?. Someof IlltH if fti'rtCio: .. a'Hi tiP! 'nit-: 'rfi"red 3 rI --

of the Custom House, for the !benefit a' d many of them have other portions
information of the Masters and owners of 'teim- States then and welcome but leave And we consider it quite impossible, that any forlulh to lay in :a year's stock of cotton at l low S :umil!:J in i:1 order ro f'tr-et sah s. Th tot.ll of
come
we say, !h' tv'ec's! :;:It '3 HIIHJiJt! ft' r,2;2 b'tes-.\t the fold '
in noble sentiment of humanity con} such rat tt.s. Tne SpringtL-Kl, (;rL'.lt F1U and M.rn- ;
boats and other vessels, trading cur' port : your allegiance behind. prompt I.-wn r lHiI'.Iar! : : 92 Ini.': -t n : 50.. HtJ.242,
J All Steam Boats and other vp-eK cntji5"d in action, as they have been pleas-d to introduce rmccina..ics: ( ; are undc-r.-tood: to be thus ;provided 10, .3'-. 9-; -'tl. (.)}J. I'." vl. .ell,2; 1510. c.,,:. : C5.1 f14; 426 ,

I1 the Coasting trade, are required by the hWf.-rfthc TEXAS. which afTord evidence of a spirit of witii; tilt; ra\v material, and! a large: advar.ce 91: : 7fi'' ',, J; 1J', Sa: lti.) .,.oJ: ; 174. s:: 21, M J. We" "
persecution!
United States to have their license renewed ana : Ins oeen realised in their market value as a natural :.:.' c-r: Id.t ';'IJ: tnt u>-LI.I rpcol clajsirlcalion -
nually. .. The question; of annexation is becoming a matter and intolerance; all for the promotion of ulterior result.'I'hc I : iJJ 'nr and .rdnary: 83 a i4. mtddling

Vessels of every description of five tone and upwards of deep interest to our citi/cr.s, and the discussion view* very far from creditable. First of all, it is Post of the 23d adds:- niid.llirjg! : fair 9 A 0$; fair (0 fully fair 1)J a 10; good
are required to have the name and the name The bwight Co. are their: lairKJi.i
increasing capital,
now going on, chims and receives general well known, that England fixed the institutionson
which b !loncr p-iintPii th? stern
on
I of port to they I and the new mills at Lowell, just incorporate),
Steam Boats are required to have an i inspectionof I attention. Thtro is now a resolution before this country, which she so loudly condemns. will come into! manufacture of cotton twist foe r-xpon TS.
I' and the Boiler scr.i- ; LlVCS POOL-IVr ship! Tallahisscc lC49bs!
the Hull -
annually on
annually.Whenever. I Congress for connecting this with the possessionof Again, she now holds to servitude, though in a ex oriati: on. cotton .

then is nnv chance of ownership, I Oregon. We d.) nl.t incline to the belief of its different form, more persons in her East India A conpaay: has been formed in this city with a .\' :\';- YORK-P'r slirp: Gardiner.Ja- bales.I
ol..airifd Ltceu-'S: capital of ono million dollars, and have purchaseda IVr shag \uy & PiJ.sin-1,100 b.tI '
should b
new papers ? at ones inrnednite) annexation, though we consider: Texas possessions than the entire population of the s.
must be. returned within three davs f om their expiration privilege which, .th the course of another year, P.-r bnk A\rjb th-3i9 bale;.
:' .the Boat or Y'*.l isvcith'tnthedi i ; -trict. js proDerly bilo.uinto this confederacy, and United States: and England together. And we will sat t in motio.i two mills of l5,OJit swindles P r bn? W L J(:ie..--303: ties.

Any deviation from tbpse rt'guhtirJ.'lh'cwts will certainly in the course of events be admitted. further sayit is "t degree of servitude) more abject each, to ,manu.acture;; dehi des, &c. Per brig: Kep iblic-J13 b lies.
the parties to a fine which Collectors arc compelledto HO'TC'-P'r: brig Gt'trndba1 :.
that Tile Amo'veair: havealready
enforce. S-elf-orrtsarvation. from English domination willdemand any !known in America. manuiactun.ig company B\\Ina'-p.Jr: ??!hr 1\le iII1-I40 balesI.EUr .
I' Now: for such people to talk of philanthropy laid t'.e if.ututation. of a new mill at that : Oc IVA; :>S*Ptfrschr Mozart
!
227 bales
1 it. ; -
of the Florida ,
f By recent laws Territory my 1'1.l, ,*C: wnich! will bo one: of the in our 1 era.ir: iom'o-j : b.il":.
) ;; Boat or Vessel, which shall run down, remove or j is indeed amusing. That l a Nation who? ambition clm"lr.1'1'1' tiiu: manufactue of :t -.. od- P.-r :Swaiirxv23J b'.des.

{ 1 I destroy, any buoy or stake placed in :th- Bay of HON. GEORGE EVANS.We aims at sa'tja'ctin': ; I the I world to I her sway in !fries tire: to run 1S,YJJ spi.jdles v'-ih. '/ fir Per car 1'earl-2-JO bales.IMPOHTS.! .

;, Apalachicola for marking out the channel, or hill publish; fpm thr- n.isJ.n Courier," I tl.efollowhs commerce: s'lO'iM' s ,enk of li'vrality' of sentiment, now in opor.itioi by Kit com r. -f \' --

iii rh tribute to the Ilon'l. GKOUGH Mossers. Saylcs l\lr 1 riman & C. '. vat.-, .
board ballast within the is a -
f throw over any Bay, are ? i rn-st corl degree< of irrii.ulanee'Vc[ are then IIA "AXA-r'r
t hr I tins, ; will bo of 1"'L: culir Sophia-S5 pkssmdze and
LotI :
oae i. : .21 !u-
; i subject to a fine, and the District Attorney is required EVA.?. No min: i ib-' !:11' ;yj'.iainfed 'vith this ..turJ 1 riv-tl of HI uhnd in commerce, and as we fdctnri'jg! companies: here T.fii'n.: ,'
to prosecute the same. distinguished .e"atnr.r rnor' competent to judref : wdviuce, she ir.ust ere-!tully,, recede. Here then, starling a l.irrv mill at o')'.UitPiu: ,' i I i- Si .ite. N 11 E'F G Y.ll t-P"r 5 P brit Alab amt-a. pugs mdzeto
.HtI
: Hebart
LEGISLATIVE.Our his mf-rits th.ii Mr. :::n'Iii.i :'uin, and from '\\ l have her r-as'tns lor this unvvirrintable interference to mt: :uract.( --' the same article! oloniKi.; :) n ill11ltc.nI; l-hr"r; tL )tC'm loo.T! : Dd I }of t\A(0 G; PGstn 25

: our !kncr.vl-idj? ff Mr. rCvris, we tuiuk: it a j just with our rj ;hts. Her decline is just The Bunt Co. at Lo-.viili pays .1 s..r.I .?:imnl! ':. ; 79 Gl'en \ Cnnt'rr; 1 Loc hart :. rOUD: ,
: 1 Council seem to be doing but little except as dividend often per CCdt. -c'\trjnont! '- .i McEay "c llartshi mE: 70 D P Wood Co- 1 JlS

discussing matters of a local character, and pre- cmnplmieiit. OTfiin as (the prfiqpvss of the United States is /'u 1..t!.'ur.TRAVrtL Ilawlty: ; :3 Mooe .\ :Ic ienzie. 103 Tiili4-
t t "It is now. I b.''ittr'/>, no morn t'nnt-'ix: Vl; 3 enw'.rd. Let England! ] be more content with her 1.tlt: .t....:'. \ Cn; 1-J7 1 B J..lh (lJ.l.o; 191) H K
pang memorials to be presented by our Delegate fince GeorgEv.i.i.. fir to k his cat in TH.OC'.AN.. TheG < Western
( '. t. ; o'ir n t.tio1c11 0:: i Tuvl'r 1 Ca; 31f G Perter \ Co.l'er :
;e r in Congress, asking appropriations and improvements co'iiu'iU; au i c"rt .iiily, np stir ever rnl-\ pr.'s,1 t possessions: f'cr she may endanger those, and her monster inata toe Ureat 'Mr'1! ; 1ia, will brig Acron-73 .kls mdzl' to II R Taylor'q.
-ri' t minated vyiih: mw ,1 ',:;ii1g n.iidity Apd tta! 4.1 thf ?.th>!mt; to a ';,llirc' more. The saint species : ..; 1-t Mca:: }' el II..rbhvTncj 27 Moore :
many of which will never be allowed or lustre of his make ten this: T., -rich .
i
,} c.nvr : of as 'iid-ni'5! q u'li'y A- a of injustice which! obtained her those vovages ycir: r. stea Ieh.t'nzlt'; j ll.trp tt II..Imt; 45 S Crcby; 58
ten considered. A bill is now pending for the debater, h, h 1? u"vr b"'-n e.\c'l l"d! -.s a lexical. and mad mCI's:11 make twenty. This .viil! ;save: us more _) lIohart, 1 J>< ego Gardner; 10 W S
Court in speaker seldom : whil the irnv-'Stness of hi.imu: the nation rich: wruld now rush her forever. I A \\-yiic: 9 Th iyer te Keller1 H vemareifl.
establishment of a Mayor's our city ; than !. mU:1tJ.
two
stearntr.
; cnc
ner, and the sinc-niy cf :sic tones. coiiq i-r the cb- T Cart; 69 to order
; and mother to clear oft Gum Swamp, (through dur.ltt I c ufi"a :the oo'btirg.: Over a finny, THE CREDIT! SYSTEM. COTTON F' ---- r'.vl'irladcipliia- -- 1 i-'ALTllIOtl-Vership! CylvanusJenkins2'jcgs

; 4 r which the Chipola river runs) in order to facilitate as Darkling; as ;ux')riou.-, h> throws the crib of That 'r dt t is olten abused in this ACrOhY.- Inquirer :: mdz tn.Kimhmuh 1 :c 1dtyar! Ii J :3tevtI1"on
sober jurlgmer-t:! : Jind 1 never would he sacrifice a country, as notices a prcjerttd, '/ton firb-ryin Camden, Co; 2J: Pre -I the navigation to our port. I true to a h ,1'tif11 1 th',!:elt:! it evr-r hza bjeri, and wll; oontinu? to b?, in all (N. J.) the IrnlJivr.r: : xv'nch will cost' ab.utiO,000. :r+;;i; 1101 CJ.SllIIg, to \ilc ir.lw.;\; .\oonan.

r The select committee to whom were referred a Of financialmastreh' p.S"sand hvish: on parts of: the civilized world we need none to tell lHOrIDEPer:! Img P..r.lgl u-l50 bbl!
infinite fund rf $ ) It is--uVilat--l to employ to( ;):
I :rtrwtedgd' tend the in -
\ nrinner persons ,pot 111"s, it3 css lima to T -hirchd.: .
A a bitt to enable the Union Bank of Florida, and which: be di?cre? them ovine MS much d l,;tire \H. This is one of the nttural: evil resultingfrom and will tail! crexta a nece,sily for some \>::\\" OL\ LEA',. --i-t-r car Ccr.1riabb*'

others, to collect their debts, have made a report, to inform, as ability to instruct He would red! the pr-x rpss ..f civilization, and the diflicul- 20) dwelling !'sorseUMTEO -. rnola-4-fs, 20 <'jo sugir JO do dour to McKay to

R and take a bold stand against the opinion that the much over th talent* fiscal as could nKviia: b cf* ccmindnded the Government with as tics and mb +irras"ments which it occasions: should H.m-hlrnfj: 31 pkgs m Jze to S Crosby; 251 to vTiljnkin 36
Men fien- 262
S. ePw. r./rvs In Rhode ; to M liranncii 65 pcs bagging,
\ IslaiH} ;
,. property of debtors encumbered by mortgage times, of bolduid: MriV.inij conceptions are rash bs met wit:, a spirit of philosophy. That cri-at cotl" IVP", 37 sks cot ,c, 5 hhds sugar to KinKiuph
t" ; executi The i in their appic'itien., and awk\v/iid: in their !' B Francis, (v..u; ,) hr! b en elected: U S Senator l hr: : fc idgwa '. '
xpresuion
cannot be sold under n. report and enduring: benefits r re conferred the: ) ,
Not to wan: 111m.Vth the genius tr, ori upon in the pliir ii'v), ,n ti,n i:iifj resigned. Per echr Li6"-o4 n?>cs mdze' to Green .V; Con-
'' forth-" That the amount due the Bank, z inatc. he his the talent to ttnd world, by this: extension of confidence is dG
eets : msnsg. the happy beyo'id Jn Loui ii.iFir! .H': tJhl.on! (whig) formeily nery; 6 hhls SU, Ir, 5u bbl3flour to WG Porter ,.

Ih now in suit exceeds $1,20J,000; the greatest ftC'ilty cfpopulan7.lDg.1 ferule troth And the seldom coexist a doubt, though we fre.uently meet with thus ( o't'rn'l'r 1!stir S it-, has bea elected U S C) ; 8 stt.ves t 10 keubs. 2 crates end 1 tierce to
imagination .
nt qua lie, and xevervt \icK.l} t& ilarLhnrue 2V pkgs mdze to A 'Vylit,
r r, part of which doubtless due from stockholders, ratiocination? in him are harmoniously blended. who cotisider: it as full of evil and wrong-and Seii !itor to'sj reei1'! lite AKv Porter. 3,j fIt to II 1 Taylor tL Co; 179 to 'V Thoma "

+ 1 t., bt th* returns made to the Bank are-no effects. These rare qualities, which glow with lie) greutf.st yet we do know, that in nine cases in every ten, 5'\Ll :: hbls perk. 3G 1)lOnCOh moulds. to 111Vnght; ,
beauty, when united, and fhin with the mOfo.tbrilli.int Qactc %- J'-esuhr. Ve-Jpor: Capt. n1d I i )0 bb15 T L Mitchel .: d
hour
a ,. t The 2,682 slave and 245,939 acres of land, the those individuals have been indebted Smith .tr.IHd /nd\vfrim Belize s"r to ,
: 1'istre, when opposed, charactf all his entirely to Honduras, ZiObll.,L-P.7 sour F I1.Uet- OO sks. salt I to5.irnhro'1g1 '
QM cf which the debtors are now enjoying, can- producL on ." the benefits of the credit system for nil their i in t h.' n- rI rk;'i ilh shortjiassiij I of 13 1 iys. She & liiugwa}' 1
rent l'r... i.J! the "ovde from: New Y')rk to I "lizo I -. .. .. ._.. -_.,' 1
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wPt1th-In its
mortgaged. thi it had
r Bit b* touched because they are rn- It computed tint the advance or'cotton origin, but since! they
; ( reef; id t'-.n 1l >1)9)) .nd bark to New York! .
i.GGiNG.-2l sizes.
this and practice the committee Liverpool is iucrea of value nn the whole have become rich, others plead and B coils assorted
r' Afticst opinion in an may rema.n in 40 divj. l''ni3'. ./!h.shortest. voyage on fflcllt lrcr said W A WOOIV

t' protest, and recommend. the passage of a law crop in this country of full $7,000,000. poor. This it ungenerous--it is unchristian. ,. ,f.I .* /, AT. Y. Jmir of Com.I 'l febi by 33Wakrt.

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'I 1c.ati: +', J BIOJllf..T:1 i iI..l.j-ol-\\\.111t.. uF APAL.\CHICOLA. .. Pr-t lJ.Ci4iift .I ::: ''uI! s11i".i ., rnJm 1.is H1cnd3 and Lie I'ubc: SEVE L I'V-i-'iVE NUMBER to rfERY. ror ta1allt apply to '. < : "
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\r C :, X York :.Course LShip Q.Ja11iliG; \{] 3. (;enti-me.i who FOR LIVERPOOL.- islbtrI' o I ;'. '. ,
Mc Chtunn-11i:1: '.tm 'TPKrs & Stoa' by j ; wsito ; ,
'II'r ; ; 1 PRIZE OI-\: .S'J.'JJJ.. .IS. .30,000 ROBERT WATTS
pr 1t":1 1lerrittr'en; I duhe iL' 1 cold or h-.t t Johnson.* f1j f r ; '.
). C(11 PttJ1\: l'IItI:1.Old. T lhtas-eel: II.ldf'Y: f':r Liverpool I i : in Poddy a' Punch, 1. . .- . 10,U)0. . . 10)00 : '
:r ,-.' \I ,'." 1 L'oh-:1r P Darnp1t and T")..* \* Cn bJ* ha r.r Mil, or 'straight: fixijs, will rind} them'ihXid ( now discharging and will b?' vi i-
P"ftP'II.h ( t I. (.' .'1 .. II '! 1 .<1,000..1,000 receive lrc: ht in a few daysTorwhich TI' ..
J hql. 1'\l1n, (::5) ar.lad'1' S'HO M.irv IU hrna n' at thi- 'sta'lis'ment, andthcne v
Ali: I.:k, ::1; to S.i;itnn, \V-'cs' fur ; : . . .
: 'L .T Potter.din New York by 1 . . .3,0)0. .3,000 d J "
,.1. 1 W. o D Wo.-l. 'fc Co who'WJsh to resale themselves aciz-ir, ecl .D", J.J.:.. ;
h( ..1'Y'It.1l'Jrrlo'I: c!,iH! and 1 .2,jQO.2.rJO( ._ "

1, q 'T,lI"'111" P "ItrC: t. jhIpp,l ,al,1li I.-i C,.','Herr, Stone Bark; Wab .:h, T11!?t, fur X York I bv. Xoure; Well alwa\s 'li i id here, a 'regalia Jicious, a canvnej or 1 . . . .2,110..2,1; (1) FOR NEW YORK-To jrenntxt Tl -: .tt
a the mit flavor.
se-t:.+nt......:: ..:" ..'I. '.1t' :.r: ll' .'C-,H\rrr,.T. A T.'rr'III J'\' inV L Jones, Tyler for X York 'princip"The ot which the ; Hotel" 21). . . . .1,I-D. . .'. i/y'JvUl'J.52.3 day -The bark GAZEL ,n;', I" 1 I
t.t "City has
IS. ,. 1..f I I'.",.I\.r. I. ll =!1.H.1. J J lalleyl to I Holm-'s by 1lar ?r refutation 20 . . . .WJ: . . lO.OfKJ master, with full cargo _..:', "

'TJ 1);',.I un:,' .r, :1'I rluv, ann r Ii CO-I. })r-; Gertrude, Siunderfor nO csiiblished! for ;sre.itility and Bowl order, precludes 20. . . . .300; . . .O.OJCI gala; on board, will sail as above. FV r :,
e {n .._ ll' \1" lon. by E cocr.mlon of he j /
1' hit < G II c. th necessity undtrsignul Ji
pPtt"mrr t).on } : 'r: mikingany 311. : . . . ..20'). . . ,,00 J apply to i
Tutilz I \"' .v. \ J"11 ., J J iiJ"x a) \'tr' li..11', Stl1ll Bri-". Repiblic, rites, foX York by Xours-e & thr iughi.ut.assurance, ; From that an suh attention will to be this inai'it business.lined C9. . . . ..130..10,3.N __t fcbl2 40 Wate.i4. t #1 \

M \ t: 'j 1 X nrl'o 53. . . . .. 100 . . 0,300
\1-JI S'hr :vl-i] for a tvtmbr of vc >r-j, the MibribcT: does not FOR NEW YORK The t f t
I''r rt',11'n"r: j :31111 h-.'') 1; .r\ ton. 2 clilarr'n! Scarlcz! 'iri. H'tlr.'Ur, f r Baltimore. r.3. . . . . .SO. . . .4,10'J j o.a +
y art. f F' l.i.i:!, fr flitter hims.lf i i, i feeling assured tint he can give aiiing }brig Action Lambert
pttnl'; \ .I.I. 1I.r I ) A \'.1011, 1Vatnd St-iir' t H"IIl Y *' ': I. }JrL'.ins. 5;. . . . . .GJ. . . .3,: 'IO I J n nMf } y : .:
\11.:0 : /(I, !for perfect satisfaction. Drop in and sodas fur will meet with for f & '
I'j-iy. Ortfltens ourStflvv
erv'tt \
: ,; 1 i If r1 D i.llcim,ou. T Orm..1JV, Scur P-.iil:, Dmri'iv 110' . . . . .3.J. . . .3,300 } r despatch, t""gJ1 i t.
i f foi ; II. E. lu > kiles cotton
: Od
COlil''r, I' Mn. RAiMOXD. apply to W A W'febl2 '0011 f
. T "I:".,;.1; I'.If t f r. .lanes. l"x".dor Jfcjir \\Sv.MllouIn.'; ,, f 110 . ... . S ..4'). . . .4'JfX: > : .- .1, ...i' 1
\tr, n ? :X Orleans. Columbus: Ga. Ft-b. 10, l 15 H. :M)12 tf WujrL 0 .
1'er stt1:,."r Sr'o-J u d. i3.icr.r,1iPTS Schr F II:jliet, Lu'... "I.1/ I .bile. -- 2,01J . . . . .20. . . .5-2S'JO! 23 ,. ,:"

TO ; ;\\CCO.--\. d assortment 10,0-33. . . . . .10. . . J 162,330 FOR NEW Y ORK.-Bnt -:1'J. t :
Ati I: l\'En. CHEWING Tobicco.C qATT\X. Win. H. Doane mlotcr.,1ini. '
Clujwnj
0- tOUCE. ; i nr and ; : .
JU'r Ltl'cla-1'U h .1P:. Cot" +Un fo 11' A .'i to Ship in;tt'rai1 Sylvana? Ten!;in.-, Lv 'ileiqf'i, fm Baltimore _tr',1.2 .II, EI.I.,. .;.,, ,_)' ilterst. Prizes . . amounting to $343,200' J meet; with despatch. Fer freight f.t.ll 1&, ;.f j

t' F""r:. fd) ;:UnhII.I'I it ,1 }- JPC' \\aq:: I 17 to 411c | sa.re; aPllYls aholr to ./' .
.1" .
.
brorlVaodb'ity, fm X York. \ ,Nir FURNITURE.1 -Md. to orei'r 'T' l' r
.1\3"1. \ y., ,m: ; ;.1 toi lttry +: 1)IC'.1I10:1 ; liriij Acton J ainbert Tickets SI--' Chares in proportion. feh3 NOUR E & STONE, 40 \\.t if ;
L O":: "n 17 Jy fin Xew York to i !n-d old s lf t L ,1J'
t... .. :,:c trti; : .f.' t' ortl'r. W :1 ll''od I repaired, vati: i> upholstered, -
3"-1. 1..' .. -tr-' 'n-J)1 I, tI.s C.t11 to J\'rrr.\ brig : L Iliii1-7' Glus ;: I hus fitted to frame byicbi' For sale at the of FOR NEW YORK.-Ship Cti' :.
t 1' Paragon Agency
J""r .;1";: 'j 11SUtc1, ; : to'I'It C 1I Miu-lu'! Bravton, fm Providence to f L !' PITEU HOHER: \!\ .t Water st. J. G. GREGORY & CO +- E Cook, master, has most of ei'Ei'Ii,!., .. 5 ';#
D.ICI..IU-t. -. \' : I I Managers: : S- }
.a* "In". ",1 )1.y J on_ tP -f)., | Mr.Z: AUbima, ]Dudley fin :i York --- 27 Water-street. ; engaged for balance of !freight, t 'i1y !)" !
.W h to W G Por- nCi! :.- jiv wee': after stale, I shall apply .
< MeV.i I ; .
Ji"lj- ie? c"Uon to I CI1AS.
.m fda" ,
r'- ROGERS 'i51V'-.Kr"
t V Co. N ?
r
-. "I'.,'r'' '. ..: to C j'U5---r: *. ; 2.5 lo I IV: ten I I I S "'jr l.-'hatia. fin n the l HonoralIe, Jud.e of tlie County Court Apalachicola;; Feb. 10. 1514.C:1 -.. -I. ...a".. .It"."., .

kl4 it .V .j.: -" t I *vA p c Kull, n to A w> i lil. ; wcir! < ;icr."i lt';1'un Jl V.'asiiiigtt/ji Chlr1e iot.I 5 ol Fra ikhn can'ttt., l tir; i 'tt. rs of administrationon rd. FOR PROYIEENCE-Theing !t'.i 1'sa "1 :i. r j

,.. ". n I I Haley, dye fin the!, of fieadle, d.c, .dJA.MI brig PARAGON, Erayton Ma & .
1 t l' 1.;. ".. : j I K' v \\ '>r io \\ A 00.1. estate Heary >s: YARD AT APALACHICOLA.[ (
r'r ." III1'j .:+ MI f'UCO! 1.i-1 G 1 holes 1 corm! try :-''r Snj.ai; .i, Jpin'-vin i *, fin II ivai.i to H :< Gif! II Hodges established themselves
,r \ \. P ( ''t :iJ:' :}1 to ,..rtCi.lm'011:: ::;;,; 1 i;. I Jfehr( Li,1.1, Chi"', :3 dy- tlll.rlfans.. Feb. IfJth, J 1" 1 il. febl-J. Ot in this : having informs meet with despatch. For freiaht ct pas,,At :'lti
d .'lr;:" :JrulU \ G Port: c city, respectfully the public
]
I! t o \'I..r ,\ t\. ; : ( w.-hr F 1 11 !ita.! ; L.-tv ?, tin )Iobil -- ------------ ply to T L IIITCII"s..t,. 1
lO' t.ti.eil"' l \{. ,1-w.l.1L': -) H = I'l I'm "t.l' Moop; Xew York V/illiaiiis JTICE.--ix week alter} date, I wilt anply that they 11 loa hand, and will at all times b "fc-M2) 37 \Vrl.tet't !+ '
4 fin
'r oTt'. m r l'n.11'-I". -} 1 h tlf's 1..UCm to JD to W A Wood. dys Mauitee 1.1 to the Honorable Jud:eof the County Ciurtot reedy to !furiis.i: at the shortest notice Marble! <.- ?1 :\ If

\ \ 1'0 1'1 1 fO )let\.uv \ hart tl'rne: 71 toL -- Franklin Cou.ity: for letter of administration work of evtry kind and quality, including FOR H.-\VNA'ia.. KEY ,\ _.. :;

(.::))1rt \;. 1' ttiJ,;: 22 to MooreA: McK'-izi": J.; VESSELS 1 IX PORT. on the estate of Rob.rt Gil.nn. deceased.Feb. Tomb, Tablets, Head & Foot{ Stones; The fast sailing schoonerr Mr s. t, Ol1'. 'rr Y
,, 1 I- i' e.ton fc ) 25 '
I'"larrl+'r <- ; .. ll : laday; to Feb 12 -Sloops and heaters; not included. 1-2, I is 1 11.) R. J. MO . Ma-itle Pieces and lacings ; Draper, master, will meet with lt{trsrta'K

! H.ini'T V Io.llliV.p.f : I :vMtHN 03: b-llP-S COtton to D SHIPS. Ueaureau and Centre Table Tops ; "k despatch., For freight or passage, haftt *. '

Wood V.UIT': t'o : 2-/ii: Kunbioirih: V: f1iigtt: ".,} ; :l:' 13othSchid! (T r) F'il, x-17 ton, fm Glo.JceaJnr; En; | "O ELLISON fc Co., Water street, offer Counter Tops and! Fountains &.C., &c. su':c-ricr accommodations, apply 1 to the ".. "- .

'.: >.!.n-- : 100'. Fi"we"pu.\" .ItI.J I 'liM'nviia}i : -M ester 'i Jj>. tare} a lar.tocfrf!! miscellaneous eonds:, In short all articles usually f found at an establishment feb3 P.. ELLISON; & CO., 33 Wat !t 's..' l 5 J .
virr-f ; ___
to .. I C,' 115:1.: C'oo'123, ; ton:', for X> York loadnts wInch _" ar.d to sell at reduced of the kind. The public L t.
to ilu'. J.1111 i: ; : 3:! 10 Harp \; liolnie.-s; I. 11. ; I they are pr prices, I are resuectiiillv ; .

r,2thurnr.' 1OChllar: : u: Y< &:1;; .10 to McJvay i' t lotto- ("no. o-'r". fllr cal i ,UT.O i rr, whi! :-h c.ro tie! f.illowi.ig iijvitu-I: to cull and examine for themselves, FOR CHARLESTON :. .. ( ; ', ,.
E ,lieu t L (.ir) Bor.fliby.! fn Mir-eile! 1, schooner GEORGE k }( .
I :, waiti'ig- Gr..rt i-tes ;d'all d ->cnption; as only thus ca t they decide on our workmanship Capt.

11,,r -t tin 'r :ii i !a-.1; bales, cation u> T--jvimbrnu Court V\ A to PC h.i.i' 2./).;.t) )II i cl i".' Havana Segirs, {cC5" Ordi-rs by mail, will be punctually attended is daily expected: and will i h i'G ,.... t'
J* uiL"\i A 117 to Fkw..I lrn! .: ;L +ltl i:< 01 .v. ( Br ) Turn -r. H-JS ton=, fcr Liverpool' d .1t..1. For bal..flC'e o. freieht. r.r
"a : ; .. j. : ; \\ ifill?-\\; A to P C: K} iin. P.i: t-, Oil &?., tn, and shipped to any of the landings on tairiver .ssh1y.n ; '..: ) "
to N "lr.L M I'; ': ;> 0,17' 1. Mtch"l* ;'2to MeKdV : Svlvanin- .Tonkinsneil'Mgij i .,171t'1' Cr' cf:.ry. Gl-s\.iie, &c. carefully packed in strong boxes. r sareriur. tcc1mMrd3tIOapply tt < T.. .,.;..: ,
H !tl1- .r'} to L C h.Ht + > :, waiting '
V .rr- : \o-inrj; A. 1. CLEMENTS, 30 Wifer.' "
t ) Matryonc. S '-a!I. 'i+ .d! WeigM's! iron Hollow Ware, SHERMAN & FORD. :1' :.
; i.. iLti.vr Hi in'J15 ": S;) to Moore A: Mciven/ie; N. P. The EXCELSIOR will .- w ,
immediaf
L H \111. 4)7 ton. 'ii1-.T .As'r! l 1 Lira The Mirble Yard is Commerce ly sac* J. ,
,. P .. A2i t u 2 to i're.-ton & Mac-lay n D.iy & Co.j : : J' G- on street,
t" -i ; '
> fc H It f T .\ ,j..r.- l>J. ; I) 111.Vill n',!_ r(f' II .s. v.tiiuii-::. -t"r H"-. S, cU: :nrdard Ploughs, immediately in the rear of McKay & Hart:horle's: teed the George. fir- -2 |11-f- t.>' l'! f

: b.J--- Troj, Hihs, :2T sun, v.-aitiiu:-i M l1 tn'rllt.Il'ZUE K'liv1' ul] '' iid Pocket store. One member of the firm will be in ,. !
p.' ;:t"o1.Zl.: s-J tO c -.ttn to Pr .:ton ; :t'1 ( r\- : : Cutlery, coal FOR MOB.LE-With despah ;:h+- 1; 1 ,

fc M 1 id; .\'. :KI ;i. i>.i:abr-.u ;;ii t c; !ci.i.jw.iv: .r) to C : Ivi'r: S\.tf-s, it ni >r:'02, sfnt nttendince feb> tf !f.ist SdihniischrGenl. \yJIy Ai1UXG :
4V.t i. M* A T C K,4Itt to lf lltbrt. tiaz:"11, .All,!. 2'9 t'>n=, i-ddiig: for Xl'Y lii'' And : ..4i-
11-5"1. ; A : crk ;- C :: : A.\\-5, (Irons, Shovel and Tongs, TON Haley, master, for f trei lh.* ,'f ld. '
IVrKe ir rJaS V StuiUi.2.-, bd'n coUmi toLor + ) Kay V II uj-hor.if! HARNESS.-Just received a few 'I
: i.ld I le n
.
hart: A; \-o-inz: 117 lit I .' Wright: : 7.; to L P ( t.'.,'... Vr.-\; i'r\ :317 ton-, from Pori-.nonth, waitlrt i t:1 Ha"g, .:.11 "i.I.. Thl\ar4(,) :-tts of Coach and Huziiv Harness. sa"c .1,1to! .I. n.A \VO( !v, f S 1 I

l:1ttdiJr) : : -'1'rh V }JnUxvav: Itito) Cli-t: '. .-" \Lr\ .. \e 1 Also, a lot of Mule Collars and a few fehl 23Va+ r.. ; ,Ii.

&: )h ..Trt: I lo W A .\ P L 'iota; b lo Perry A: I Br Robert \"'art. Joinon191 ton-, for Liverpool 1, (::4tto'; .t',1't i, !L.viin'1.1t. ;I'Is.Li Tu's iesPai and Measures in.-ru oi thrsa best Dray Collar and Harness, FOR FREIGHT OR CHAP l Eit, ;_ .t1 i
wuU'U-J ]1)av Co ,
IJII'.fa: ,111. vC which will be sold low for t
Per hr A.irat.)-103 bales cotton to I) HJc II .r la, \\' ,((ibnry} 2): i ton, 'dlTi..I_ tster.MKKJS ('radl; ; sild+1 ,r.l-m;, PETER c-si by HOBART Ti-etj=t sailing Kr. ship ROTH?:!IiLtf.* *jla .
: apply to (1 ebl_) H B f 1 "
(
\r..j; C'W' ; M t..1 a Hro')Ui* fey) -;Water street. ? :':-l.if '. .**. :

1 1'in,. ,- r.P't1" ; Acton, La -'}"If, 201 t"Lf1r\ Yew York: load- I ).)il) /a u'; prime; Ru-set's Hrozans' !- FOR i \LE-The fast sailit: i1Gp' *

.V v' )' : .3 1 ;TlhlJ'g.K.:! .. I, .Stark \ Lo.; 1'J .:i.- \V A V.i''. 1 INI'" t "Thick F.jJt S.\LE.-7 bbls New Orleans Molasses NEW YORK, of light dratt of ,v'tef, -

tc r 1 I. M :I uP :'! Pira7"!. I Ir .\t',n. 2 1'1' ton=, for Prr.\idence: loacluc : LTii'V! : fi IP 'uppers;, Lidies' common do, d., Western Flour 1 ; we.l 1 found!, Ace., apply to -4" .
: ::1 .j c' .. Fapltt'-h.; bah! ? cotton an.i 12,000t iW :
; -T I L M-Tcl! 1 1Al.bun .
: An :'s-'rtinrat Womens'= Shoes, 10 do New Orleans Pilot Bread ; .ts A WOOD 23 Wate
: -t T :'i ; :1.: -i :c H .n s'D.,di.-v, ;.< :f'1', fm X York, ditcher Hats! -n,(d Cap; *. \V.ol Sporting Hats, 3(. d i do Navy Bread ; --ii.- '
-
3 JI\7'i' : 77 bile-roiton! \ I
:" .iu' ir. :i- to IVrry JIJi'rr Jc CiH .
SndJh-s aid TndL's, 100 sacks Corn, by Steamer JLo\vcII. : )
J. '. # to Ftfnor: .t ':'immr \ ? \ ]! 'I' r :
i.-s :-i : \ ;.r4:1. :: -rn, 1.>3 tfin*, I loaclii.g for Xew "
'- SHdlr-Inz- Girths, fob XOURSE &: STONE, 46( Wafer st. Standing"A.NO. '
)buh .[,&. l >11./1.. : .> item i 21J') pieces Prints, J .: 1'
too-, : waiti.i
) .ii.IftlSCSI'S '( Cit'ri, :. York : 1 1. OR LE.-One large Oak Launch tFW 7' ',
Ai, !eS. ?-...ourLS 1 011 On 11)'lrs and Slic-ctirg?, BJA for : fast running steamer"LOC;*- l.Lt; .
,
I '.1' "Jr'r .\\1'1\' l-j ) )l"I+.-hne de Ljne iresses, an Oyster Boat ; : J. 1. Niles, Masterill r it- < ..
-rI IOOEH .
o cedar '
Yawl with and
ie \ mast sail which
-- --- --- HJ} i'ets': id, i 1 1' 11:1. i.i .;tilurly story \ eek betweii. tj'teCii .' .
,' j'. ,. V.p'iid .T-nni! )1- 47 is-n-. \vs. ;ifin; ?-II Hodges. ,1 1 t; ;
.r 1''ct-: will lie sold low W G POR FER
& CO.
(.1,1. C'tfi, Ji J) t.u. for Xc'w l.rladn, --. 10.J.G1IJ-! Ihii-.i.iia U".re, L,.r.i Limps, by I } a. Eulaula, touching and treigfitir.giff ":4'
BA, "'' -;I. .' I"u"" .;:.-rBn \'. ; Jia.; H :.I./'r. C' arid II : t t'-ho 2t 41 \.1fl'r: st.AUVAXCE' i.itt-rmcdiute Towns and '
/ t"rU D5HS'n'I' landing andH1 t L
.' 1- + :;a : & t
] .;. < :. .... : < I. I-- 2' .
IndiinKui: u..itin --'la'-l'r. Limps, fi: Bells Coffee Mills : ON COTTOX.-Liberal freigtit a' d 1 passengers at rates as low Je "
r
i "i i- . . t. 1; 1" finer advn as a. *- _, J' )
rl .\ >oM-on, Jr'r) for Htvanaia.. Key Wet \', j-id obtained on the river. In and safest '. '
f' T' : r.b .1. .4 I' r' pu'1, Writing Paper, cotton /rr shinmeirt to Liverpool gocd < t? ef: _
I'.t, 1 ; J loauiiur-B Dlli.-on A* COCf.l'i. <-. SPI ? ,,,.d} SlnCn Havre Boston New York the rl'erhich will probably be duri'K h '' f A
': ':jjf.\. . ft .l. : :am, or by ? .
<' ... . f t, Churchill.: 1 19! tuna, fm X Orleans di iscil Tin \\ Scc J winter and early the Lowell will : .
'>- 4 a. a ..r.in1t.t'.- r( JLM'incd( nn1"> HARPER & HOLMES.AiiV'AM.T.S spring r r "euularly "
) >' .'U 1 :Ti.. .... .. tt :\i.t.: 4 'rd1 r.G Ll\i iriL G hS3C', : to C<,luinbus and intermediate la ":5. } .
....... ... t. -11 VVu.hni5ion, IiI"v, from Key WesstEACH : ON COTTON.-Liberal adyl r.The I .. ,
{ i T1 T ., C. .1 S Meter. St:!inI''n' prficlr-? in ,c.-;rr.1}, Lowell is nt: surpassed her accon .' i taticns .

Ilrr"1' -' ,' :h<*n' ... .. . .... 20 I Cocobi,3pcr' a id brie bound Pails, for sale, or shipment to New and comfcrt, and it H intended she frh ..' iot'" _. j ;

Cirrir, "':!.i. .. ... ..- \ ,} it 8S --- - _. -- -- ---- I Uru-lie-i! at'all (K ,+:r.ti"s.: York, Hasten or Liverpool; 1, are oflcrcd bvNOURSE be, by any Boat on the Chatt.1htioche'ir.; :
I
;
I\io. .. . . 74 ,
a. \XJE OX NEW ORLEANS at si l.t.t' 1e': -,1CJl'=; the; Jv! T ?, <>ur':1S,.;trlr.: 'e-'t is composed & STONE, Those who ship by her, may rest assurtr bat '
J.'va . ... . iii 14 ; janS; t
rc vn'.K.--.p-rm ... .... H I. ..>.J- t. '*>*?.j. t Lb;. E. C. SCRANTON 1 of a'nanit t'jrii:'} of de;!rable :1I.tide3 too rumcrons 40 Water st. their Cotton cr,Good, will be delivered -imckr ;,- I

'CIIU1 . .. ... ... H .1. -4r'IF. rl.h ; 2t \t. to 1II.lt'j'l.Pu"I: rld..rs arpn'iJed! : to "all}; P CKED r'-Pickprlup! fr-.m the River and ly ai.d as safely as speed and care will accorr.Jlis:. t I.

\ . .. ..;>"rbu-h. J ]r''t" 71!) 7: --------- and! i.>xxmi.i2 our (1 "Id' :ccl /r.cs; b.:for Iviyinr left in mv char;;j, one bale Cotton appearentIv JOHN M. MOORE, "

'ruU; -"in 1 i1, ... ... ...per; 11 bl.j . .i 375 E :CIIANGK-r o'.i2h: { ir.d srld.V'3 :n' j jiT22B marked "R I L.," which the! owner ran have \\'. A. SCANDRETT fc CO., '

.s ,J'i.'ui-; .0' *' '. u 3 25 \ 1. G. pUTEr: :, !\CivSlit ." "' by pacing &c. T L li I Agents Euf.ula '
i !1. COAL.-7.J c.i 0'n! -:;:-i'F.. .. .i-ftrk' i: 0 1'1 i itIt. ) !I. r I l .-.. "' MII'n: -"?r1C.l f ,b' McKAY &
HARTSHORN
.. a.d Ur ?.JJ!,' bV : Water steet.n ., t
J LJN- aor1 .
.V- -. u: .p..r iJ.t.! J a. : -- ----
MOORE
I.n", :.'.." 4. f Don'. TV T .'', I ll .-: t 1./ '!.. t I.:j.i' >i h..:1.1'1 .. wiMi I tie' \ A fc. P C KAIN, T4)t' Property;! for alc.LOT ---.- feb5 tf & M.KENZIE, .:. JfJ'_ -

L . .. .. 4< . S 1\ ; p.'.IC. ." Ittnilnn' t t Hock.1 Agents, Apalachicola, fl:, $
!?: .0. 7 a : \ait: :;! V L \NO t (.0\1 [ \NV." > No. ., in block B., first i is fc'ater *.,. ,/ ,
;.t"1 . . . . .... . d f.* I Iv to t1' -- ------- r.LI7' -- --. -.-. -.. *
yj''
in I'l' c : i i'fl in '
Jp; }' \ sr'JlI.t: :
\/f n-f'c've-fl :a irr,r(' a-
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.L\I 1. 13 aSF1I.! 1 a ; UI .
,1. .jr f NCE
1 \4e-.t t iJif* of d.'C'ds with A
: .r Ic irt-neral GEKCirSAUGUSTA
A'nhcMcoli .
nd i 1 wara-itee will be : _
: itsnt'iib'vrhn' ; ,J. executed to
S-I 2. .. . a 11 t _
I IJ .'I..to. 3 ... ... I. a S sHv : ci. Hit.vil! -vivo 'm: 1'caJions |1''i r t r rat'h, by X M I : LLF.R: the purchase The said property will be sold =: : '. .

'. :I'.A.' .:c-\ -\ t'r.1\i'rgJI.I.: 1 .i 27 the! salt (>If 1 lIt.! 1.11 1 fl1l:'!" 1 k'5f?vi the t.'rp'H, ttc.LHARLE1 t i l' 2 1 .n; 11" .t'r st. low for ca?h. apply} to THE INSURANCE E.R: : '
; H. AU" \Oil Pt'E j G CO.-Capit'i 375.000. : ; I
J \AI-! ;. !i-- t.-IJ..p'. r I ) 1. a. ; T.'XAn.l. : & STOXE, I ) -Are r *!'ar .
I \\*,01-..1,I' .. .. .. I. .'1 1,'i J.:. ,:[.-l, 1 t. TM). .",?. '., i ", n. f.h.| -, J j.n GT.AXD CllOLKEIlV: U'AliE-Glass jan'20 40 Water street. :. ed to take risks[ asai'-st the Seas, Rivers am La. : .

I t'l. -.Vid.I .. . ... .. ..J'r i i .4i i .1 f:2l: -- - -- ---. '-.- .- I sz;' (: aid 'ntter-s; ; China, Q3 OlFice \o./1 Columbus BIrck. -, J. ,

\ *. \ .- ,,n. .. ... . . I|. 1 23' A'tclattia Sai('. Print.:d L id.d: aid White Plates ; Print d a'cl: A MERiCAN l GO LD.-;-or sale in sums to suit J:1c. KELLOGG, 'Ag ml '

\ L 'Pe,{i. .. ... 1 1 12 i 1 2ii (1 7 "T'tr 1.1:, !.1 1 i.liI, at II'' o'dot.k, ,7. ...11.os crlatn.?ll..!I ''';; 'I%>d} Ti scj s : Printed and cmI ,. purchasers, by .' Apalachicola, Jan. 2.:th, 1544. jan293rn. ;' 't

Pe1sra-a.r rt. ... ..... ': i ..) -- ': D.-h" Hcwls WM. G. PORTER & Co. <
.4ierVhte fi I.) ido ..i.tr.1 ; O-.c: Soli : I rn"n s, Pitchers. Muz, &\. &c. '
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\ Lt,l, X > )J". j l. a :2 5 J I %" !'..>Mipau" ; One Candle Stand! I ;"fT s'Jle hy S. DILL & Co. i i-.o9 41 Water st. f 1E subscriber, agent for the A !tna'J'tistc: : ;; f.
::. 2. ; JComonny, nf Hartford Conn.
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1)i Pr'\'II\-np ro:, pj'n'i' I'bh.l.! ;t fi .iMi Tw C\ rrf J'liil.-s-(:ill m.+hfvrnv.' ) 1,1:11:3.. :'J f v\aler. stieet.oJ G :1U2Eltll..x; Landing from Schr Boston. policies Insurance against Fire preptissue an !. ; t
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1frI. i. a 9 U) ; n 17 bbls Western Flour ; or damage on rivers, on favorable terms 4S
P.irkpnm5. t. .a f O r K()' nd: 'Hltd 1 : .!il'i !:: F.i !htI'C'l C1lliri ; ,00 :,'f""I'. r.'I.S C'r'TI'-, 00 do Whis.cey: ; 50 do Molosses : r.apitllofthcaho\.t.comr-! J'. f ;

*. 111" ,". ... .nil 50cieur. T-.vo Wa-h Ntv.d-s. ; One Carpet h1l1! :. Wlii'cpf"f"r 10 hhds, ,eand in r. j '
i ; >'i Vl'.b'ys Sujjar ; 3 do Bacon Sides; in the sliest pcsible manner, ard"its settle "' ,

:".. ... ... .. .-. .t ,\. .1101"PI'f'T'J a )J .111 TIle o abiv'If' C'ndl! tvill'v-t 1"s d..11} !bv nrd.r of I D G 4 n- -1 s\' Just: receiver] Ih'l Xew Orban-s, and ''rr sile 23 1Or kjjs: ) Lird eg.rs, (F choice, qulit}'.) of Dec losses 25 has alwaxs. Inen prrmpt and libera1 t ) 1

rG.\I\;' ()rl.U1"'i1 'r HI :! t"a ', ii ac the! nftcrtnf .JWk.I';1: :, -i:r ... ills to !.y FJMRllOL'CH' &, )IMfWAY l ; DODGE.rsdeby DAX'L J. DAY, Ag r
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an+ j. I > J 14" I J. K'lv -\! 'rl :i--s ;.r r. socctrullv! 1 CO. of the City of New York, having ..;:i.:
J..f.. tctt I 1..1.1., 13 S. 0.1.1.1")1':; (. ;. r -'jicsci! t > i.II.Jt No.7. \\.tpl'tr'et.anJ Cabinet Fiiriiitiirc, appointed the subscnbcr the ir : I
.,I.'.. . .. 1..1tl..1: ;\:':1 I:1:}If '(1? J.1'1. _,'t !. ', 1'1) 'I. .1. '?) :tfi ; ,! liOBERT I No. 42 Water treet, have Agent, jhe j : 1C
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cM'TiiiiS'.ri' s Ut i iiy Levrr Locks 1teinvciitioi ; PETER are respectfully; informed, that he i3 t '. 1 .
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r-L ";: Ji>;, .rrl/ltd."oar &ck.\\ ;tli 1 7.:) -' <.d per late arrivals from the Nrrth t :.

'.I I I tell ... .... __. jr\i\ h.'. .".'') a ;-, /Tai JV{:| C'!. :, T" I fir su eriiT tf i'iI I I' chi "n1t' in ISP.W the lolIo'v.MZ arttclas of CABINET FUR I- receive applications for Insurance against H.1.-} '. R-. ) t

'- 'r-".ir . . ... .. .;,1-rIh.t., 3-i. f; r'.ME vn-r.v; !' .1, .t'i I': !bj- aohtcd !Ity t tl-c i/j'M \RSII fc HCIARDSOX! ( TUnE} which he f.flers at reduced prices : risks, at his Office over D G R aney'a store.t '
aor-' .' . . t.1.! '\Keil 1 < lur the Ho-to-i Lever Lok Co.Apalachicola HENRY JACKSON .
,i .. .jitrbt .a 1- Ciu 'Ag a "tr
Ciui'il .i+ Veir.vn'Il Sofas .
Sidf-b'iards and .
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\ : ,..r.J' I..p 23 .)< v c. ON .Vat. r street, rn '[Jr.lla'/, '1'rtsu. and --IfH 1 kc-s SumK} Iron Cut Nails Bebstcads of various kinds ; subscriber, duly appointed agent T>rf: :: )
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.B \ \1 I. XOTE TAJILEor f.o.t'i to r'.'e
All Bine L--.P "'i" ',.4' .ulltlC.Hohnt. . . .,),,.. MVr which: t'1' '\ trill; irncoed to in ike :r, aV; Boston do of various sizes; to i.=*ue policies on as favorable terms as it TV i j

-' of t ;i.. ih ort .i hive just' received ofier sale T
lcIj..l,; ., dJi i o.-e-i raiinicd i'l' 'h-t and tor Fancy ic Windsor do of various
\i ftrn". \ : : p.r : i i I 'pr'' d.SKT'I HaDried Gr.-en patterns ; damage by Fire and also to take Marine ai.d. (Inland t "
; :'t' JrI.'f\Ur" itmi: ynd !3M! chp-.p.r. Apples;
?> LadiesT T.shles
Ce LR'.Vi-I ; Looking Ghsscs risks. The of this
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ntre, reputation .
l..tt!: i{ td i iL'tli r 'r oelt d'I". .\S-i"s.n1'S Potatoes : DryCcdFi>h ; \
Ban t' S.t. If U T\VLJ" Lr.okii-icCL.ss; Tlr.tes '
.r (i .i-i".us,d. .. . .. . . . . .. I 1a r ;: .' Jit"I; : I"i + Pic:Mod ".lIm,) ; White Beans ; ; settling losses with promptitude and libera .ty 'M* .i'J4.|
1 Apl1al'hi"d; -\ f lt Willow 'I'm tiling B.iskcts all sizes
tcae1.lcc H .. ., : ) 1 11 ; well known. DAN'L J:DA* V J. .
1L. .11 o'- f't. .. . . .i ir Fi.'s ; F1 ,rd: I Peas ; /;.
Au t:4 it +: t .Ai IJ Willow Civdlcs and \\rag l ns. jir>29 dec-25 52 Wafer .
) rinc'l'J; I'an'Co nILdnkt1ig 1 u-td, p1f te"it.3' Ranft ; f Q3rzrltstatt.! Toi.ru tI js & Sounds, &c., &c. j jan22FOR ___ yt J, :
tL, rHl' J. .1., .: J .I. : Con.1IiY, cJu..p ir H' } !: ----- \ CONSIGNMENT! [ : 4 l hhdsCRUCKF'tVtro .1 '
U41i ( ':I; .; ,.'. .IK-Y./n-KT: : Ai'K.roflhe.ilvitANK 1: I O "ti EI YORK EQUITABLE JlQR.. o'
B. 1. . . .. .. . .p ir SALE-1VI pcs Kentucky Ua ngj; asst.rttd for TIlE ,
Co'. of '.\lei I"j"..,rt"II.., .. .. .. ... .. P f ir. JL i\: ant'ion' ;.'d h Mn.r.-'i *! K\c'ia-v'e: oat t tVX 1 i'I:) r''its Kyntu.vaib: Rope country trade: CE CO." with a capital 300,000 havt. i1t+ ,

B 1 .rCliil lin M ,..-,..) ... . .. ... .'Ir rllt a-.d Sterli Lr hill, s, and: to Cheek; on New :T, bhls Northern"Flour } ; Chewing! ; Tobacco, manufactured by A. Le ft- appointed !the undersigned, their Ageot, to.make :t'f; ; ,

4'bL.111 e'r. tiit\, '=.,.<''hm""... ... .. ... . .P .r. York .I-{ (1.II.I.I'.n.w" I) hhds St. ; wich, Va., some Mij-erirr cross brand ; Insurance in the City of Apalachicola and it> Ti ; J i:. .
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0'1"'" .; Croiv'nrjr ;
R u ,-: j .ll. (, ).I.I"lr'l.:. .. ... .. .. .. . rllr. ( O'iiccour j U. (}. Il.trer's stare, 11'atr'r: c. HI(> tons assorted "wrdes ;Iron DrGood3: Hardware and Cutlery ; cinity, on Cotton Warehouses, Sheds, Presses,,. .., 1 "1t
'Sr't 1 1 1:0: : (; 2" e''ut .11.. ; Hollow and, Tin Ware ; Wharf and ;
,1. the other
p"'r of itmetchandise.
SAMUEL CA 'IX.ApJhchiccli 10) or on every description r--J ;
\ U.1"1 .r .r r.: ... I' ke/s rut mils ; by Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes &c. .
.{ c. tit f ry .
; .I ri..r Also
Warehouses
rCf1' Jan. -jOtli !!) lm Dwelling, "
I 15 1-1. .jin2i j
f. f WiLLIAM Co.
r. \ G. PORTER &
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other
'U ''n"y r. n'. 'I ,Co'. .... . ,' Sri)7- -- d*'*.! 41 and buildings, Household Furniture &(", ,
l1rce .:;' 1.\I'\f i ad ... J1r' f'. G' \ ROE V : ; XVe'ifhc/rsleilresli See (d+, water st. Sugar, Coffee, and Canal Flour; against loss or damage by Fire. Losses p Pty) 'I

B 1l of gall, <*1r'1'o. : : r1.1ua'.hrn ( !llst receiv-d ;'id for tie bv HHLS R 'rlit : Old Sherry Wine, in cases ; adjusted and paid. "
Ina'JT ..1.t'I.\ : tt 1.,..I.1 ". .. .Ir"rir 100 t.dVIISiCY; ; Applications cvilCreceiir'ipmediate | ,
8 n'I ,.;'( t't Cduuh'B.' .' .H. 111'(1,',"-. Jt'1t ? JJC'! \ HI Ir..T..f'V:1ter: st. 3 5 > (!\\Vster.i Flour ; All of which will be sold very low for cash. attention at the OfEce of the Agfr ,

ptU1-! UI C f.'I 1i+n 1'.'ts. .." -; .hrokp1 '' 81l i :EH'"; G AKD' ':X Ecj -A fresh s ply 20 do Western Pork ; DAVID G. RAN FY, over D. G. Raney's store, Water street. ", .

B4J1 t nC-FIJ 1 iIr. -' : :' B.rii.: Cci.un'jur. .broke.AtTOftvrvLt r.'rJ ?{.t l n'td lorsil. Just received, and for sale by jan 3J 43 Water street. "HENRY' JACKSON"Agent; *.

All or er Bon f 1. . . . . . . .pr. !.'JJ2 B F.LL.i50X: & 00.hy 33 3 Witer d DODGE & GARDNER; MOLASSES, WHISKEY; &c. Apalachicola} Jan. lst,18.14. j1.51m .. ._ :
; It FlonrJJ. . .. SUGAR ,
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. .1100 h. j1'120 40 Water street.NOTICE ;, --23 barrels. "
-.- ---. .4 t r-ct-ived born N"nv Orlea.. .f --. Mulesacs--i3 HATS, CAPS, &c.-lOOdozTilaeTfo-Ha*;; .f' + 1
CAn'Ju"t dd Havana: CL'K I -JOHN LUCs\ In+j1'C'tnranrl mca- barrels. doz Glazed Hats; 6'do' 'Mole'ilcuu, -' ,
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W' SPra : : : j Whiske\ -' ,
%' ,, {' Lumber for Fn'lJdin county-hopes -35 barrels.: : 6 doz Black Silk do 2 d,' Drab do;.'
"Trabucos ;
\lWfor ? ;OL. ,. J..IOjt; AT LAW. lies, :.mpcTMls, :," //'or SIHwholesile Flour f J"Cranbt.rriesS
0 barrels. '
. I and retail). BELL,*? to rn frit and receive a share of patronage.NOTICE. l 5 do Drab Wool do; 5. do 'Black do; ,
hrt5 .fer/'fc1' ( '. '
? & :11) All dec4tf half barrels:
C 10 do Select do
PS.-2 doz Fur
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ttre ",'' ;t? H.e .legal huu e to hip f 1112 2 i W' tf'r it. Lard-y) kegs.. caps; ; t.;
dttIQ 4; e a"e!I""r. car QlInC111 a.cJlu ---- 3 doz Velveteen do; _.1.dc ing.Mcyce. ,
; lt, t:115: ;.! 1(t He wil1 C'orltl101Je pleaseCoait t holes first rate Hay, now '.1 Imdix: : .-The nSs-ribT .}Jnvin been ap- Bacon j 1 casks. For eale low for cashliyY ;.. .:_ I f\ : '
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; GtdO Qllnce Jpt1n 1 1 co'arts of Jacon u tt.ind''M- HAY.< ,u-? Globe, for sl 1 le [!,vItbl2 : -"EC-TOR 0 ;L.UMnER for the} Just receiver(! per schr. Swallow, and for sale jan29 'S PILL & CO.. 29 j jVater'it.: -.' ..

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----------- I of the! :-m'jlic: rtr.'nat'. : i p '8 40 water str .et. ORK.-50fbbis} Prime ; 20 o'M ss. ,

I.Ml. ; !ll.\V'JA 'VL"d'F, \0.23 Water titrect. HAY '100.'bundl.: "s nnmc H\vt J, : l .h)' J j I H W TER RY. 1'TS.- bbls O.ts,1(.r sale by P. For sale by W WOOD,

8.tS1a.t i W A WOOD, 23 \ViIoC ifsL. I Apalachicola '\'. let, 1813 rl l Irn O feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water at fpb5 23 Water *. i 2

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r r ;' < ( LEGAL. NOCICEg. U. MARSHAL'S SALES. ADMINISTRATOR'S: NOTICES, MANSION HOUSE. The Largest and Cheapest lYe1t I

:: M " "- "' paper in the Union
r establishment in the best
.4 ["HES( is still kept up
; : :t. : r Receiver's Sale. U. S. Marshal's Sale. X TOi'lCE.-'ix weeks! alter date, I shall apply X and neatest style. No pains nor expense i iscared FIVE COPIES FOR FIVE nOLL..fll, '

Benjamin; F. No-arse, admini- BY virtue of! three writs ot li fa, issued from the I N to the Honorable Judge of the County Court: by the! proprietor to render all comfortable THE \VEEKLY COUIUl AND ENQuj '

: '" $. -tutor (de bonis non) of estate Superior Court: of Franklin County to me of Jackson county for letters of administration I who favor him with a call. The table is Is universally known to be not '

'4 of 0 C Raymond. dec'd"complainant. }IN CHANCERY directed one in favor cf John Hardin, one in favor on the estate of'William 0. Kenarr late of said spread with the very best the market affords, and very l largest Newspapers in the United only one cf it

) /i;? vs. of Benito T. Cms: and one in fiver of Isaac S county, deceased. JOHN TANNER. the services of th most attentive servants are se- in consequence of the small size of type States LV,

' .' : Abraham K Allison, surviving Jacques: vs. the Southern Life Insurance andTrust Marianna., Jan. 30th, 1814. feb5 thy cured. Feeling grateful for former liberal patronage contains ;MOIU than any other similar pUb11 empl(''::

: \ : partner Barker, et al. J Company, I will offer for sale: at public OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply; the subscriber hopes to merit its continuance.BENJ'N in the world --
$ : IN pursuance of a decretal order made in the outcry, at the court house: door in the city of Apa- N to the Honorable of the County Court HURl The regular subscription price is Two DoL

.' '. ) named caase! December, 1343, by the lachicola. at 10 o'clock, a. m., on the first Monday of Franklin for Judge letters of administrationon I Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1814. fcb5 tf per annum, ALWAYS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE: bur
consideration ot
Honorable Judge of the Court in for county, --
Superior and in March next, fractional Lot number (9)) nine,
t Franklin County sitting Court of and the estate of MARY A. SCOTT, late of said I APALACHICOLA'EXCHANGE.rpHE THE GREAT POLITICAL
as a Equity
: in block D. front range, agreeably to a map of: CONTEST:: OFI
br.virtue of the powers thereby vested in me, I said with all the buildings and county deceased E. J.fOOD. PUBLIC are respectfully informed that all committees, political associations .
city, together appurtenances ,and indit
;%i .') : ffiall on Saturday sell the second day of March next, thereunto belonging.: Said premisesbeing Apalachicola Jan. 17th. 1844. Jan22 Gw J_ the above Establishment lias been entirely refitted uals clubbing! together, will be supplied with
proceed to at Public Auction to the
bidder, the following -leacribed to highest the same known as the office of the Southern -Six weeks after date I shall apply and is now open for the reception of permanent FIVE COPIES FOR FIVE DOLLflU;
3 r property wit: NOTICE
Lot No. block D Lift Insurance and Trust Company in Apa. Honorable the Judge of the county and trancient boarderqand; the subscriber
\5) five, in 1., situated on : for one y;.r from the time of
subscribing v
L I Water street, in the City of Apalachicola, thirty lachicola. ROBT. MYERS, court of Franklin county, for letters of Administration hopes by strict: attention to tile business of his who.e nuniber being sr>nt to the sunie addrescuirrnt

1; feet front by eighty feet deep, having thereon a I i U. Marshal dist. Apalachicola. on the estate of Amory Rogers, late ofsaid house to be second to none in rendering his guests nj<.fiawaried free of expelJ e. _

J 4 brick store of three stories. I Apalachicola: J:In. 23d, 19 JJ.: jan2'JIm county deceased. Comfortable. THE \VIIi\.L:: \ CUUKIER: unlike the
r p AUo, Lot No (13)) thirteen, in block: D I., situated J. W. HAMMO'lD.Apalachicola Oysters, Game, &c. served up at all hours, and Weekly p lpd>, will contain, not only all that o _
on Commerce street in said city, thirty feet U. S. IIarsial Sale.By Jan. 1st, IS.H. janl 5t irt the best styl.?. The Bar attached: to the house, been publish: 1 in the baily paper, but
front by eighty deep, having: thereon a brick build- virtue of a writ plurics fi. fa. i issued from -- -- a$ usual, is stocked with the best Wines and Li- th: arrival of the ia from Washington anl,

inr.of one story, known as the "Phrou ix House aC:( Ol! Superior Court, to me directed in -Six weeks after date I will apply I 11 uors.; Grateful fur the liberal patronage heretofore Nnth and host, to midnight of Friday. Thu '

', .... the The right title, title to DC and conveyed interest of by 0 this C sale being late all favor of Samuel John vs. Bank of Pensacol NOTICE Honorable the Judge of the County received, he hopes that his friends and the TWO DAYS LA'f Ei: tiiali la: UaUahy ContaUltd. It I'!*
Raymond, I have levied on the f following in the Court for the of Franklin for letters f be devoted,
o
of laid county, and A K Allison in and to said properly county public will continue to sustain him. '
full and
I. To the frank dUcu
; free sion :,
(i. t.: property. city of Apalachicch, to wit.:-Lots No. eight (8) Administration on the estate of Amory Rogers, HEZ WTH.Apalachieoh POLITICAL cf the cf
the
Terms-One.founh cash and the remainder in and eleven ((11) in Block C, Front Rane, agreeably deceased, and for l letters of Administration de : Dec. 18th, 1S43. dt-cl3 tfLEVI8' Political l pririci t'PIC>le ,>the advocacy day, of exposition all the
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t V: .izl twelve and eighteen months, with good joint to a map of said city. Also the interest of bonis nO ltt on the estate of John Locke.dereased. .ntf-rests of) the tou..try; the ardent Hud &lel
L k and: several notes for security, satisfactory to the the Bank: of Pensacola in the Franklin Land and I RAPHAEL J. MOSES.Apalachirola EXCHANGE.; ippoit of.dll br. iCllro of A.nerican In Ju.:lry UaJ
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if Receiver, and no title to be given until said notes Apalachicola Lot Company, being the interest: January 1, 18*4. subscriber has lea3cd the establishment drfence ofv.\ Con.-tituticit the Law: and im 1 1Mitutions 11..
shalibealipaid. 1 derived from Noure Brooks & Co. and THE of tht tut
conveyed l country, maintenance
:: BEN!. F. NOURSE Receiver. OTiCE. Six: months uftor dtte I shall applyto ( known as MEChANiCS & ofPu\\
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by them to \Vm. H. Brockenbrcu h in trust for lie Credit, und in short to tn the pnncipies and timeasures
) M. A. MYERS, Auctioneer. said defendants, and shall the at 1 toe !Honor-able' Judge of the County' Court MERCHAN I'S EXCHANGE, for the present ; cf ihe great \\ H1G! PAIU 1.
same public

'r': 1 Apalachicola, Jan 1st. 1844. ivl 3m_ outcry before the Court expose House door in the of Jackon1U ty. f.,r letters cf Ji 3mis ion from year, and will use his utmost: exertions to please: II. It will contain all imp-Jit nt PIT LK>DOC$

j,," Territory of Florida. city of Apahchicnla, on the first Monday in: I the admi.iisration! of the estate of John S. Randolph and render his patrons comfortable. :MENTrf f national 1 impcrtance, Kepcit* cf<

Jr JACKSON COUNTY.Iq March; next, at 11 o'clock, A. M. to the highest late of said county, deceased. The OYSTEK ROOMS is well fited tip, and a Dva'tmentsi' Mc =:agft-, &c. &c., IN FULL, Soa
: party of gentlemen can always be accommrdatcd fO give it,; readers the most copious and
FRANCIS R. ELY Executor. uuthenti.
Richard
,
; Wilson, Esqr's Justice Court. biJ dder for cash, to satisfy said fi. fa. :
ot the coi.ditiuii
I, e,. Horace Ely, } Attachment for $33 03. ROBERT MYERS, U. S. Marshal. u Mari_._mna_,__Feb._ __s% 1814. Ieb30m--- .-_ with being oysters"disturbed.:: and other refreshments, without iiiionn-ttion II I. A LITERARY Departmcni oi public will uftdir be maatained

:: vs. > Returnable to February term, Apalachicola, J a'1. 2:}, 1814. febo I in months after date I shall apply The BILLIARD TABLES attached to the es- which will contain crnrctection.sfr ::
Henry NOTICE-Six
Cooper. ) 1814. fh;* Trent: popular! literature, both native
of f the County Court for Frank ( act
V. S. tablishment are in good (order and the of
Marshal Sale. prices
defendant others -
and all interested anecdotes
f. reir. tfih-s-
are biographical aidhi3torical
!
THE: li.county, for letters of dismission from the ad-
4*', notified of the institution of the above BY virtue of a mortgage fi. fa., issued from the : billiaid reduced to twenty-five cents per !game. skttci-.es! scientiHe difcCo\enes, mechaaicj
iiutr.tion of the estate of Martin late
I; 1'.. suit by attachment, and required to appear: and Court of Franklin county to me directed m Snyder, 03* The subscriber will remain and keep the I inventions critical notices of new pubjjcatioia .
plead to the same as the law directs.: in favor of the Bank of Pensacola against: o said county: deceased.: House open during the Summer season, and his i .fee &c .fee. The great size of the. Veeklypvr

, : : HORACE ELY, Plaintiff. E Chittenden, et al., I have levied on the fnllow- __Dec- ---2"-, IS 13. B. F. NOURSE.-- Ex'r.- only desire is to please and merit a liberal J pat ro.iae; eJahf"liS: to udd an immense; amount cf mittf.r

Marianaa January 30th, 1844. feb5 3m in!r property, being in the City of Apalachicola, I months'after date I shall SETH P. LEWIS. of this de>cripuon which .VSTER APPEARS c

: 4/; 1 and known and designated on a plan of said: city NOTCE.-Six.I rable the Judge of the apt t Apalachicola: Feb. 1st. 1S41 fet):) tf T.IED.UIV ail the
IV. STATISTICS subjects-
Franklin Superior Court.to as lots Nos (1) one and (2)) two, in block ((14)) t for the county: of franklin for letters of Dismis rnanufacturte on popidtion coo
\ PHCENIX HOUSE. m-rce, agueuii-jre, ugncral ](
i Spring Term, IS 14. fourteen, together with all the building, improvements sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of i..terbJs (,f the cjuntry. the resaitselection 01

"- Ihaelf'MoseS' ? ATTACHMENT $302 20. and appurtenances thereon, and thereto said county, deceased. TIlE subscriber! having refitted the above es- ?, X' cCc will be carefully! mbo.l1t'd.

TO* f Damages: $;oOO.rpHjE belonging, and shall expose the same for sale at S. H. HARTSHORNE, hmeut. is now prepared! to accommodate V. COMMERCIAL: ( MATTiSRS l THE MAR.
t f: '' William Tiiley. ) public outcry before the Court House door in saidcity i'030., IS 13. 45 Administrator. hi* friends and the public in a manner KET5, Jcc. wii' rt-Cfive tcial attention;

: defendant and'all others interested, will at 11 o'clock, a. m., on the first day of the which will give: satisfaction::: to all. His tible VI. TUh NVVS OF THE DAY will edi$

I JL please take notice of the institution of this next term of the Superior Court for Franklin NOTICE -Six months after date I shall apply will be supplied t\ ith every delicacy the market z'ntly and faithfully collected and digested-. ;

\ suit by attachment, and appear and plead to the county, to the highest bidder for cash. Said property Judge of the County Court (for Franklin affords, and his whole attention will be devoted br.iciiig every thing tnat transpires of general j jterest bin

\ tune (according to law. R. J. MOSE>, "to be sold subject to a claim held by Lewis u county, for letters of Dismission from the to the comfort of his guests.: any part oi tne wt-rld.

.. \. __Apalachicola________,_Jan.___30th___,_18U.______feb-3___3m____ Curtis and George Griswold, or their assignees of administration of the estate of Robert Robinson, Attached to the establishment! are two superior the Inhort mo-t extended, no etiort s-ensc&:iul! be\aluablc spared to and make mfJu it,it lI-

1 t I In Jackson Superior Court. six hundred and fifty dollars with interest thereon late'of said county, deceased. BOWLING ALLEYS, and constant! attention: is NE'.Vr-PAPKIt! ducus-Mng all: subjects witkcan'lor

V James: Boon from the :seventh diy of March, 1837: till paid. H. B. STONE, Adm'r. given! to those wiio indulge in this uiar.uui exer awl deference to the opinions,f others
) ROBERT MYERS, U. Marshal.: Apalachicola, Dec. 4$ 1S43. (Cm r Ise. lIt with the moat entire independence. It isneeiss
4 l" vs.: V BILL FOR DIVORCE. Apalachicola: Jan. 17th, 13 H. jan22 1m : OYSTERS and every other delicacy which to siy, that it will earnestly and z alovsly ad.
,', :. : Piety Boon. } ---' NOTICE-Six months after date I shall anply! be wanted fur refreshment! be h-.d thV National( and :State:; policy of the WHIG
may can: at
4, I this case it is ordered, that unless: the said U. S. marshal Sale. Judge of the County Courtof t hour. any vPAKTY, and battle, with ail th. ability and i iidu.s.

defendant do appear within three months and virtue of a mortgage fi. fa., issued from the Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from try it can; conm.ind, a;!tln(.t the ruinous, radical
have hen that
,. answer or demur to complainant's bill filed, that BY Court of Franklin to directed the estate of Willis Yon, deceased. Arrangements rr.otle: so permanent aii-1 u-i-t:itesip-anhke -roJ{>cts of its opponent' It

.." the same will be taken pro confesso, and the in favor: of Lowell Holbrook county John me W.Rinaldi -. A. G. SMITH: Administrator. and transient HOARDERS can be 33 w.-ll will!!, cf f ltHrI-(, urg->, wiili all possible tpint and
,
vs.
{ accommodated. as at any otlicr: hi us ; in the city, z-?;;I. the nomination and ei ciion of 11EXKI
matters therein contained decreed accordingly. I have levied the Apalachicola, Nov li, IS 13. nil Grn . .
M upon; following property -- and tne prices an in .Ueepun! with the nines.TERMS CLAY to the rie:-iI"iiey, ain heartily uppori tile
: BENJ. G. ALDERMAN, Cferk.YOXGE to wit: all of two certain lots in the City NOTICE -All persons having claims against: : i.ther nonitiations of th-s Naticndl \% lug Cou\ea-;

4. ...... &-- TAYLOR, Compt's Sol's. of Apalachicola, being parts of four lots in said L. Ming, lute of Jackson county, Board and Looking, per week..7 00 tlt'Il.

Marianna, Dec. 7, 1813. decll Iw3m city, known and described in the plan of said L deceased, are required to present UIP same, duly Board, per week. .... .... /. .,.. ..._ .5 .,!u THE WEEKLY COURIER is the Jaretwelkly
: \ Franklin city as lots Nos. (3)) three and (4) four, front: authenticated within the time prescribed by law, Board, per day,. .. . .. .. . .. .1 <(X) nev/-p ll.r p'lhlished: m rhe ITaited Stales,
Superior Court.William range, Water street, and lots Nos. 17)) seventeen I or this notice will br plead in bar of their recovery. Single meal ..... ... . ... ... ... .::0 COlltairIinIriiiicrvszx vory long and very wide
4.-.. r Lawrence, Compl't,} Bill for Divorce. and (13)) eighteen, in the rear of lots three and t All persons indebted to said estate are requested; tomake Lodging- .... ... ... .... .... ... . . .50:( coliim.i-, eiiirclv! de\eteJ: to reading matter Iris
vs. > December Term, immediate to the subscriber. Nov.: 20 41 tf printed' in the folio. aperforra
payment W. >
four and H. KEL'ION orcf.r.iicnuewci : ,
,respectively fronting Commerce :
i Elizabeth Lawienee Deft. ) 1843. on street L .. .
SUSAN and
A. MING --- coi.tains than
Adm'x. -- Fivr. COMT.IV: MoiRE tae largest
i CAME the complainant by counsel, and it ap in said city, all being in block F., front range, Marianna, Doc_9, -UNOTICE.All Ready IHadc Clothing of thus:: p'ltjlnh: m t.ie uu...rtu shape. It i* printed
t.t to the satisfaction of the Court that the being fifteen feet of lots No*. four and seventeen in
flaIi
bir ; online;
-! \mte and
f? : ear tjp p :
MILLER; &, sper
CO. 4.Wa;
defendant resides the limits of the Terntory the side persons having claims -
beyond thereof
against
: on: east and seven and a half feet AJ. f''nll- h.t once tlw lar:::; ;:,thidsenm.t axu chedpt
of Florida. Therefore it is considered by the of lots Nos. three and eighteen on the west side ;;, late of Jackson!: county, _4" ter Mreef, haw just received \ve-hlv! !w\>p.l.pt'r} n i ils. United States
Court that the defendant do appear here on or b2- thereof or contiguous to the fifteen feet in lots: deceased, are required to present the same duly l ;- per late arriv il-, a gener.'l ossor'nent TliK: SEMI-U'EFivLY: [ COURIER is issued

\ ...... fore the expiration; of three calendar month from the1 ; four and seve'iteen, making altogether, twenty-: authenticated within the time prescribed h> lawor ,3v1i (.t NEW ona;; FASHIONABLE from the eanirofiice, on "Wednesday and Satur-
:, \ date hereof and answer the complainant's bill ofj two and a half feet front on Watei street and the this notice will be plead' in bar of their re- h' {:! READY MADE day cf c:':ch week, and contuia* the aarne: nintterus

j:1 i And complaint.it !is further or the ordered same will that he a taken copy of pro this confesso.order simc on Commerce street in one body, part of covery. All persons indebted to said estate are ,. It.ii tz1'k;; CLOTHING rcn.;i:>ting cf Over isIt..J.the! ether. with th heretofore.* n:'v.s:: cf te day on which

a be published in the Commercial Advertiser for four lots in the plan of said city aforesaid, together requested to make immediate settlement. \ ts-'acks--Surtotlts-.Pallt--: it It h.s : been pi'bUshtdat!
t f I Vest FOUR DOLLARS annum bat, in ordcrto it
three months with all and THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator. \\J &c., &c.- ?s follows: j'cr ; give
consecutively. singular the
( U (Copy.) .Teste: GEO. F. BALTZELL buildings and appurtenances thereto improvements belonging,, Marianna, Jan. J 1'Jth, IS 14. jan22 Gm 1..t, Satinet Cloth Over, Beaver, Flushing and a in wider the country e.rculatiori; when, we'ht'will} !are send put it in to;aingio aubicriben wrap.;

{, .. .., loses, Solicitor. Clerk. as: the property of the said Jno. W. Rinaldi, and -- -- --- Plain black blue Coats; persand .-;-nt ro one address,
shall expose the same for sale at public outcry MOUSELINE DF. LAINES.-A fresh lot of brown and invisible green FIVE COPIES FOIJ FIFTEEN DOLLARS.
Franklin Frock and Dress
.: .,.. Superior Court. before the Court House door in the city of Apalachicola de Laines, just received. Coats; We will, thus furnirh a journal which in most
Maria Fredericks, 5 IN EQUITY.( at 11 o'clock, a. m., on the first Monday For sale by B ELLISON & CO., Cloth cassimere and flushing Sack: Coits; pa."fa of the courury will ans-wr: every purpose cf)
& 1 i' vs. > Petition for Divorce i in March nest, to the highest bidder for cash, tositiafy jan15 33 Water st. Cloth, cassitnere and s1t1inc(Pants of dilL-rent:, a daily newspaper of the largest size Ion THKESDOLLARS.
'
Daniel colors
). M. A. Buschendorf. ) and patterns: : .

f -; ON reading: the foregoing petition, and it appearing : said mortgage.ROBERT MYERS Marshal. I| \O ARS.-2000 feet assorted sizes. Plain and figured silk, satin, Valencia and cassi-: ftTf Potmutt'rs are authorized by law to trans.
I that Daniel M. .\. Buschendorf re- For sale by W A WOOD, mere vests; mit moneys for subscriptions to newt-papers, under
,l\ I tides beyond the limits of this Territory-It i is -_Apalachicch, Jan. nth, 134-1. jan: -2 1m febj:>_ 23 Water st.CASH White muslin and linen Shirts; their frank, free of postage.
Ordered, that a hearing be had before me on th -- Colored do do do erMoney remitted through the mail will be at
S. Marshal Sale. AND A the risk of the
FAIR Publisher.
PRICE !-Paid for Notes of all
pecie.
I I facts, as charged in the petition, on the secon I of a writ of fi. fa., issued from the Skins, and Shipping Furs, by Red and white flannel Shirts and Draws; paying Banks in any State in the Union will be?
4 Monday: of March, 1S44, at in thiCouaty shirts
Apalachicola, Striped
Court of Franklin county, in favor S. DILL &. CO. ; Negro Pants; received at par.Warehouse.
"
: of Franklin, and that this order be published Allison / Socks and Mittens; Boots and Shoes
survivor
!- to me directed, i I: jan23 20 Water street. ;
in one of the public in th Hats, Caps &c. &c. Charges
newspapers on Lots numbers: (5) five, and (i J3) jan29 adopted bJ
(Territory, for the space of three months bct D., in the City of Apaladiicola, /GROCERIES.[ -ILKJbbls Western Flour; the Cotton Presses.
2-the time aforesaid. VJT 50 bbls 'fo agse:). Fashionable Clothing.TUST will be
lots
Nos.
five received
: (5)) and ((13) thirteen I, COTTO1\ storage at the
S. W. CARMACK, 50 do Whiskey, for sale k received R. W.
range, in a plan of said City, to) by per brig compressed within one monthno
T Judge Apalachicola District. all the buildings and improvements W WOOD, v Brown, from N. York, a large; charge will be made fcr storage, but 4 cents

HAWKIITS, Solicitor. !; and belonging, and further; jan5 _23 Water st. and spleidid; : assortment FASHIONABLE I per bale will be charged for labor tiering &c. If

.,- r Apalachicola, Nov. 27, 19t3. 44-3m nix House and WINTER & SPRING not compressed; within one month, 20 cents
Bowling Saloon 100
kf 1 pieces Neish per
for sale
: Franklin Superior Court. by Raymond & Allison, as the BAGGING. consignment byFARRIOR Bagging, $\ ifl CLOTHING, consisting of fine bale will be charged for storage, and 5 cents per

n John Banks, firm, and shall expose the same ( & Co. ilki 8TA \ H*'/ Cloth Dress and Frock Coats ; week thereafter. Time computed flUID date of
vs. ATTACHMENT public outcry before the Court House jan5 44 Water ) Figured; and plain Silk, Satin, receipt until delivered: to lighter or vessel. Cot.

'; .: Benjamin. Walker and for $\\)8.)0 00 City of Apalachicola on the first Mon street. L I I 1 and Valencia Vests; ton changi.ii; hands will in all cases be liable to

a 'f", k John H. Watson, executors Returnable to December next., at 11 o'clock a. m., to the FLOUR.-2UIJ bbls Northern ; t --_:- -:....- Blue, black and colored, plain new storage from date of order i i.: !USIVt". Turning

-., of the last Will aid Term for cash to satisfy said fi. fa. for sale by mixed and ribbed} Pantaloons. : out for sampling or weighing and re-storing
.; .;, Testament of James C. ROB'T. MYERS, Marshal. febo_\V A WOOD, 23 Water st. Also, a general assortment of Boots and Shoes, ; s.itne, 8 cents per bJ.: Wantages to be assessed
1943.
.
:. .j t. Jan. 23d 1 Hats, Caps, &c., which will be sold low by by the press::: when the cotton comes in
fb ; Watson, d ceased. 1814. jan29 1m ; A PPLE--30 bbls Russets. and the
i f :- ;: The defendants and all'otherj interested ar i"U. dC1 10 do Pippins; jin29 S B HAMILTON, amount assessed endorsed on the face of the re.
S. Marshal 47 Wafer street. ceipt.
.. Sale.
"t
notified of the
: hereby institution of the above :suit! Just received per brig Mary from New York, All
I ;.r t and they are required: to appear and plead according of an alias fi fa., i issued from the in prime order. For sale low byS D. U. Pallnis, cottons are required to have six good and
,.4. Court of Franklin in favor sufficient: ropts. Grass,tow, bark
,:, to law. county of DILL &, CO., WATCH-MAKER, FORMERLY OF MOBILE. or cotton ropes
will be
"J BROCKENBROUGH &. HAWKINS' vs. Benjamin Brown, to me jan22; 20 Water street. HAS determined to establish himLic4 considered unmerchantable and deficient.'
)- t Nov. U 41 3m Atty's for Pl'if. i: this day levied on the following' _$;-'? : I': self permanently in this city, and All deficient ropes will be charged at the rate of
-.'. '.t : l : the City of Apalac.iicola, and known; SPORTING HATS.-A fre h supply of Wool [ { respectfully solicits the patronageof 12J cents per rope, atd: all bagging at the rate of"

.4: ; In Bankruptcy. : on a map of said city, aa: Lot just received and for sale by the citizens of Apalachicola and the 25 cents per yard.A. .

7. \ In the United States District Court : in: block B., front range, together B ELLISON &, CO., generally. He flat; ters himself that a up.cou.i.try thorough- DOWNER Jgent
.
." I .. .- For the Apalachicola District of improvements and buildings! theret- janlo: 33: Water st. and f practical knowledge of his business, com for the ScrtUf Prest.

t .. i JOHN ROACH, of Jackson county, havin I shall expose: the same for sale at N CONSIGNMENT. bales Cotton bined with a desire to deserve and obtain the WILSON, Hydraulic Press.

a petition praying for his discharge, ati before the Court House door, in the 0 Osnaburgs:: suitable lor Heavy confidence of the public. will ensure him success H. G. GUYON,

1 1' t :. certificate as a Bankrupt; it ordered that cail' : on the first Monday }i..I For sale low for cash, by negro wear. in his undertaking. Shop up stairs in Baltz.:ll's Florida Lever Press

l \ I Iii ": .:. be shown before the Court against siid petition at 11 o'clock, a. m., to the highest FLEWELLEN & BUTT Buildings. Entrance next door to the Post Office. Apalachicola, Dec. 1st, 1843._d7 tf

:-, -..J. at Marianna on the first Manday! in May next. : to sitisfy said fi. fa. Property jinl No 2 Cclnmbus Block, Refer to B. T. CARD, E. l' Boot and Shoe
_
Making.
(Test) B G ALDERMAN. Clerk. by pla'ffs the said T -- -
# att'y a* nroperty of I r | f | -- Apalachicola, Sept 16, 18.13. 33 tf
; : YONGE & TAYLOR, Atty's for ROB'T MYERS, Marshal. LOTHING.-A general assortment of Ready .- 1 'It THOMAS CLARK having removed
j 1 f : : \ Mvtanna, Jan. 25th, 1844. jan29 3m : Jan. 2-ltIi,1814. jan29 1m Made Clothing, just rereived-and for sale at L. A' LcGay, -- _J.4oN to the :Store formerly occupied !by JoSclrcdt -
: MM*
f'f'1 i the store of B ELLISON & CO.
0 AT THE OLD STAND
--- ( OF JACOB
B*J t',1 hV \..:.. \ GIN.-2 pipes "Meder's article. janIS: 33 Water street. FOGLE,) z.l. of Apalachicola, and the up-
> 10 bbls
Cider .
II I. r >HOLLAND certificate of importation. FOR do North River a superior ; COLUMBUS, Gf"ORGIA.d country that he will attend to the above business.in .
TAKES this
Hay.
j. --A few tierces for sale at Charleston method of inform all its branches. French call skin Boot made-
; in
For sale by SAM'L M McKAY feh.3 ;
NOURSE;
; & STONE 46 Water st. RICE ing the public tint lie has justreturned to order. He has also hand of Fxench.Gaiter .
prices, to close consignment on a supply
I '' ]jz4 3t 40 Water street. /; by -i.
-- from New
.. fr f I flEEF.-20 bhls Mess Beef; FARROR! fc Co:' York, with a Boots ar.d Shoes, new and fashionablestvle -
: Af-Just received from 2U do Prime for new and splendid assortment ofJEWELRY which will be in
H per brig Mary sale: by jvU5 44 Writer street. sold as low for cash a? any

t ', : wVork, a few dozen fine CASSl'MEREHits feb5 W WOOD, 23 \Vafrr st. house_: ____ _in the citv.. _cci- 28Roberts _-
i. : t latest fashion, a beautiful article. B LOCKS.-2JUO: ( it common, bushed and plank Consisting in port of Odd and Silver Watches anew ---
& :1 ""- .1' FjrtaJaby S B HAMILTON, READY MADE CLOTHING.-A{ large and> assorted: sizes, for sale by (p-Utern of beautiful Breastpins-imon" them Allen & Cot/

r :1J I'% ...f1 jan2 47 Water street. assortment, for sale by febo W WOOD, 23 Water st.EGR.'iiiij some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and HAVE: on hand and i or sale: .
: 11" jin'ZQ S DILL & CO., 29 Water st. Silver Thimbles Gold and Silver Pencils Gold and bar Iron; B1acksmith'/TOIS/ r;
: :WmERN PRODUCE.-100 bbls Flour ; S -\ : : : first quality Havana Se ars. and: Silver Spectacles:: Gold Guard and, Fob German English Blister and Cast stM j
4 ( OFFEE. 400 sack Cuba For sale T
L MITCHEL
Coffee by
r WhilkCYi new crop Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors CauUron Kettles from 20 to 120 galL;
'._) For sale by T L j,m22 43 Water Mantle Hollow
.
st.BOOTS wholesale
.1 L 33 do Pork. MITCHEL, Clocks, fine Knives, & &c., which he will sell Ware and retail'!;
j4i; Now landing before our store and for sale low jan23 43 Water st. low for cash. Wrought and Cut Spikes! ; Nails;
& SHOEA: general assortment Kras Andirons ; Fire Irons;
1 fercwhby FARRIOR t CO., PILOT AND NAVY BREAD.-50 bbls Pilot; boys Boots, Shoes and Brogans, FULL JEWELED GOLD :WATCHES AS CHEAP AS Platfrrrn :Scale?, Beams and Ballaices;

\ ,. _Jao22_ _44_ _Water_ _st._ do.Navy, for sale by For sale chea> for cash bypn2 SEVENTY rOLLA RS. Tin Ware of all kinds, wholesaled retail

,'r Un EADY MADE CLOTHING.-Just received feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st. S DILL & CO., 29 Waferst.iEEA All kinds Watches and Clock repaired,and Also, a general assortment nf Hardware./
: warranted to perform vtvll. They are also prepared to attend p any order*

XV from New York a large and .general assortBwnt BLACKSHITH'S COAL.70 casks Coal, just choice lot of Java com, just N. B. Persons residing in Apalachicola, or for Iron or Brass Castings, Blacksriithing, Tin,
of Ready Made Clothing. Copper or Sheet lion work, or Tit and Copper'
I sale by received! and for sale by along the river, wishing their Watches or other '
4 Roofing on reasonable janl ly
4 HAMILTON. terms
t ", WA&PCKAIN, B. ELLTSON & Co. Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to send

j&D22 47 Water street.- jan29 5 Columbus block. j-inS 33 water street. them by trustworthy hands, during the boating BBLS. Pilot and Navy B/ead; also a lot-.
50
: : .. ". '. Iron season, can have them repaired by Mr. LeGay of first Goshen Batter in small
\ BoundLeather and Hair ) bbls Prime 20 do Mes quality :
; ; \GGING.-20U
{. \ JL Trade,'for sle low by PORK.-50 sale by W A WOOD, B: For sale coils assorted sizes. and returned with nearly the same despatch as kegs for family use, fcr sale'byVHITlfARSH
W
: ", .ja23 N MILLER, 43 Water st. feb5 23 Water sf. I feb5 by A WOOD, though his establishment were in Apalachicola. \ & RICHARDSON

,(} \ 1"rtf ; ; ".,'' \V&ter..t.. Columbus, Ga.. Oct. 1:>,'1843. 40 tf janl 21 water street:

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