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[NUMBER 8.


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AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 vVater street,
Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
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Seward Dill & Co.
ACTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
.f- Liberal advances made on all consignments,
and business entrusted to them will be
promptly attended to
li-fers to-LANE & READ, Boston,
CAny Coox, Portland, Me.
S. C. WHITTITR, Hallowell.
Apalachicola, Aug. 26. ly
P. EHoba-rt,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABIN k'T FURNITURE,
Up 8:airs, No. 42, Water Street,
decl4 Iv Apalachicola.


CARDS.


P,


Win, G. Porter & Co.
DEALERiS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
nov25 ly .Apalachicola, -Fla.


JEREMIAHI DAY. DANIEL J. DAY,
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
jan8 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,


S. B. llHamllton,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
decl ly adpalachicola, Fla.
N. Miller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Corner Water and Chesnut streets,
Apalachicola. novel ly


VOLUME II.]


Money is always a dead capital in the holder's
hands; if he keep it but for one day he loses the
interest for that day ; it he keep it for ten days,
he loses ten days' interest. Every dollar in the
country is, at all times, a dead capital in some-
body's hands, and if people could not raise the
interest by holding it for a time, it would always
be loaned or used the first safe opportunity, there-
fore the better the currency is regulated and the
more readily remittances are made, the less quan-
tity of mo.iey will be needed, but all that is need-
ed should never be withheld,.where any improve-
ment can be made which will yield and income
equal to a just rate of interest. This rate of inte-
rest, if money should.ever te paid its just reward
and no more, I have no doubt would be under
three per cent. per annum.
From the first settlement in this country at
Plymouth, our ancestors were an industrious and
enterprising people. They labored and constantly
made improvement after improvement, which are
now left to their descendants. This generation
is adding still more for those who shall succeed
us. We shall leave to them an immense agricul-
tural interest, in well cultivated, well fenced
farms with comfortable dwellings. We have also
built large cities on our seaboard, as well as hun-
dreds of cities and villages throughout the coun-
try. In addition to these we have made roads,
railroads and canals, ships to navigate every sea
on the globe, and all these have been made by
the surplus labor of this generation and of those
which have preceded us since the discovery of
our country, and all these we shall leave for the
benefit of those who shall follow us. Does it not
seem reasonable that, as a country grows old, the
people, having so many things furnished them by
the labor of preceding ages, should be well pro-
vided with every necessary of life, especially if
they should continue to labor, not only foi their
own support but for the benefit of those who are
to succeed them ? But what do we behold in the
oldest, most civilised, and, so called, christian
nations ? We see a small number of people who
engross nearly the whole of the surplus earnings
of' former generations, and those of the present
also without earning any thing or laboring to
produce the least thing fof their own sustenance
or that of their fellow-men, yet enjoying all the
luxuries of the land. We see a second class who
labor, produce, and have a comfortable support;
and again another class, much larger than both
the former, who toil early and late, clothed in
rags, fed with the most scanty food, have little or
no mental or moral culture, and no time to im-
prove themselves if disposed to do so, dragging
out a miserable existence, often in want of food to
sustain life, yet these are the men who feed and
clothe the rich, enduring all these hardships to
enable them to live in luxury.
If, at this day, or any future time, when so
many improvements are left by our ancestors for
our benefit, a person be born without being heir
to any of these improvements, and have nothing
but his hands to supply himself and his family
with the necessaries of life, should he not be able
by his labor to make a comfortable living, a sur-
plus beside, and have time for mental and moral
culture ? If this cannot be the case, we have
legislated unwisely and entailed an evil instead of
a blessing on posterity, and we ought to seek
until the error be found and corrected. I believe
all will admit that four or five hours' labor each
day, for six days in a week, will produce as much
ae is now produced in any civilized nation, pro-
vided each individual who was able to work
should do his part; hence, if a family work ten or
twelve hours in a day, they should produce a
handsome surplus; for with the present produc-
tion in this country the surplus is enormous, yet
we have many hundred thousands -of people out
of employment, and many thousand more em-
ployed in rmoney-changing and the like, when it
would be much better for the community if they
would stop their gambling, even if people were
taxed directly for their support.
All these hardships could not arise without an
adequate cause; I think I have shown that the
evil exists entirely with th e MONETARY SYSTEM,
and can only be remedied by the Government of
every nation retaining the power and control over
the use of money, so as at all times to be able
themselves to supply all which may be needed
for the business of a nation, so that no combina-
tion of the rich to hoard their money would ena-
ble them to disturb the useful business of the
country.
I know the moneyed capitalists will say that
the plan I am advocating would very much lessen
their power and the value of their money, and I
freely acknowledge that it will do both, and ought
justly so to do; but I doubt whether it would im-
pose upon them one hardship, where they have
imposed upon others a thousand. They would
still have all their money and property, it would
take neither from them; they would have the
same opportunity to use both as any other persons
in the nation. I have never yet heard of any one
who had a plenty of good money on hand suffering
for the necessaries of life, unless too miserly to
use it.

CHAETER XIV.
The objection that the Safety Fund would give
too much power to Government, considered.
I do not in the least doubt that there will be a


great outcry about giving so much power to Go-
vernment, but I have no tears from this: all hu-
man affairs must be trusted to human beings to
conduct, and I believe that people entrusted with
the business of the public would be as likely to
do right, where they had no private interest at
stake, as a public ineasurer or weigher who mea-
sures or weighs articles to decide the quantity that
is to pass between parties contracting to buy or sell;
the one measuring or weighing having no interest
whatever, except to decide the just quantity and
to be paid for his labor for so doing.
If the party who weighed or measured, were
weighing or measuring his own goods, either in
purchase or sale, in buying it would be his inte-
rest to make the quantity as great as possible, in
selling as little; and I think the temptation to do
wrong in this case would be much stronger than
in the former. People entrusted wth the Safety
Fund would be more likely to do justly between
the individuals borrowing and the public in lend-.
ing the money of the nation, than they would be
were they the sole owners of the money, and
lending for their ow'n interest regardless of that
of others.
But what is a government like ours ? and what
makoas it ? Is it not the concentration of the will


and power of the People for the purpose of ;mai-
king regulations and laws by which the very Peo-
ple who delegate this power consent to be govern-
ed ? and shall a man who has himself chosen and
delegated the power to make the Government
not trust it ? Yes, he is willing to trust the Go-
vernment to make laws which will confine hiA
fellow man in prison for life, or even take the life
which no earthly power can restore; yet he is
not willing to trust the Government to hold the
power of regulation over the very article it has
legislated into existence,.and could again legislate
out of being! Such a man ought not to live
under our Government; let him go to some other
more congenial to his selfish feelings and timid
jealousy; but under any other Government, wheth-
er he helps or not to make it, he will be com-
pelled to submit to its regulations and laws, or
else incur the penalty if he is detected in resist.
ing or violating them.

STATISTICS OF MANUFACTURE.
We obtained last week at the East the annual
exhibit of the condition of the manufactories of
Lowell, embodying facts which we think will
interest our readers.
There are eleven regular Manufacturing Com-
panies in Lowell, including the Locks and Ca-
nals," or water-privilege Company, which was
incorporated in 1792, but did nbt commence ope-
rations till 1822, which may be regarded as the
year of the foundation of Lowell. Before that
time, it was a rugged, rocky, barren spot, inhabi-
ted by two or three families of boatmen and fish-
ermen, and not worth ten dollars per acre, inclu-
ding every thing upon it. The Merrimac Com-
pany commenced business the next year, and no
other until the Tariff of 1824 was passed. Ini
1825, the Hamilton Company started; in 1828,
the Appleton and Lowell; in 1830, the Middle-
sex; in 1832, the Suffolk and Tremont; in 1833,
the Lawrence; in 1836, the Boot; and in 1840 the
Massachusetts, being the last. These eleyve
companies employ an aggregate capital of $10,-
700,000, employing 6,295 females, and 2,341
males. Besides these, there are in Lowell exten-
sive Powder Mills, a Flannel Mill, Blanket Mill;
Bolting Mill, Foundry, Paper Mill, Bleachery,
Cord and Whip Factory, Plaining Machine, Reed
Machine, Grist and Saw Mills, employing a capi-
tal of $500,000 and 500 workmen, making the
whole manufacturing capital of Lowell eleven
million, two hundred thousand dollars, employing
over nine thousand men aud women.
The ten principal Manufactories already desig-
nated have 33 Mills, beside print-works, run
6,194 Looms, and 201076 Spindles, producing
1,425,800 yards of Cloth per week, or 74,141600
within the year 1843. The Cotton fabricated b
them during the year was 22,880,000 lbs. (A
pound of Cotton will average 3 1-5 yards of
Cloth; 100 pounds of Cotton will make 89 lbs of
Cloth. A loom will average on No. 14 yarn 44
yards of Cloth per day; on No. 30, 30 yards. Of
Printed Cloths, 273,000 yards per week are made
by the Merrimac and Hamilton Companies. The
Middlesex makes 9000 yards Cassimerei.1,800
of Broadcloths per week, using 1,000,000 pounds
of Wool and 3,000,000 lbs. of Teasels per annum.
The Lowell makes 2,500 yards of Carpets, and
150 of Rugs per week, besides 85,000 of Cottons:
Flannels are made at the Hamilton, Sheetings
and Shirtings at nearly all, with Drillings, Print-
ing Cloths, &c. at several.
The average wages paid to the Females, yqung
and old, experienced and inexperienced, is$i,$73
per week beyond the cost of board; to Malesi.
$4,20 per week, or about $18 per month beyond
the cost of board. The payments are all made
in cash, amounting to $150,000 per month.-DN.
Y. Tribiuune.

GOVERNORS OF THE STATES.
States. Governors. Salary'.
Maine,........... Hugh J. Anderson,...$1,500
N Hampshire....Henry Hubbard,.......1,0'00
Massachusetts,...Geo. N. Briggs,*.... ..2,560
Rhode Island,...Jas Fenne r,*.............400
Connecticut......C F.- Cleveland, ......1,000
Vermont,........ John Mattocks,*........750
New York,......Wm. C. Bouck,.......4,000
New Jersey,... .Daniel Haines,........2,00(
Pennsylvania,....David R. Porter,......4,000:
Delaware,.......Wm. B. Cooper,*...... 1,333
Maryland,.......Francis Thomas,;......4,200
Virginia,......... Jas McDowell,........3,333)
North Carolina,..John M. Morehead,*; .2,000
South Carolina,..Jas. H. Hammond,... .3,000
Georgia,., .......Geo. W. Crawford,*...3,000
Ohio,.......... ..Wilson Shannon,.......1,000
Kentucky,.......Robt. P. Letcher,*.... 2,500
Tennessee,...... Jas. C. Jones,*........ 2,000
Indiana,......... James Whitcomb,..... 1,500
Illinos,.......... Thomas Ford,.........2,000
Michigan, ....... John S. Barry,........ .1,500
Missouri, .......Thos. Reynolds ...... 2,000
Alabama,.........Benj'n. Fitzpatrick,....2,500
Mississippi,......Albert G Brown,......3,000
Louisiana,.......Alexander Mouton,....7,500
Arkansas.........Archibald Yell,.... ....1,80S
Territories.
Florida,......... Rich'd. K. Call,......$2,9
Wisconsin,......James D. Doty,........2,500
iowa,..., ........ John Chambers,.......2,500
Those marked thus are whigs.

The mild, quiet and familiar style of Young,


and the far-reaching, bold and inspiring genius of
Byron, are finely illustrated in the following pas.
sages, in which they labor to give poetic form td
the same idea; that of quiet content in humble
life, contrasted with the toils and unsatisfying re-
wards of ambition.
YOUNG.
"Thrice happy they who sleep in humble life
Beneath the storm ambition blows. 'Tis meet
The great should have the fame of happiness,
The consolation of a little envy.;
'Tis all iheir payfor those superior cares
Those pangs at heart their vassals ne'e" can feel.'*
BYRON.
"He who ascends to mountain tops, shall find
The loftiest peaks most wrapped ii clb66s and
snow ;
He who surpasses or subdues mankind,
Must look down on the hate'b of those below
SThough high, above, the sun of glory glow,
And far, beneath, the earth and ocean spread,
Round him are icy rocks, and loudly bloW
Contending tempests on his pallied head,
And thus reward the toils that to those summits led.

BEAUTIFUL THOUGHT.-Childhood is like a mir-
ror, catching and reflecting images all aroupnd,'i.
Remember that an impious or profane thoige't
uttered by a parent's lips may operate upon ti Voqfq '
heart like a careless spray of water thrown lpo.
polished steel, staining it with rust, which no after
scouring can efface.


FORGET NOT-REGREf NOT.
BY B HIALLECK.
Forget not-regret not
The joys that have fled,
Though sweeter and fleeter
Than fresh odors shed
From the jessamine's cup,
Or the bright chalice hid
From the gaze of the sun
'Neath the violet's lid.
Forget not--regret not-
Hope ever should burn
The incense of love,
In her funeral urn,
Shedding glory and light
O'er the gems of the past,
By Time on the altar
Of Memory cast.
Forget not-regret not-
Why should we regret,
While one star remains,
That another has set ?
And though all may have faded,
Others brighter by far,
Through the gloom may arise
Than our once worship'd star;
Forget not-regret not-
Life's lessons should be
Like the stars that are hung
O'er the limitless sea-
A guide to our path,
Bright links of the chain,
To lead us and bind us
To Virtue again.

USURY; THE EVIL AND THE REMEDY.
BY GODEK GARDWELL.
CHAPTER XII.
Of the value of Money as delved front its use.
Many people seem fearful that money would
be at too low a rate of interest, and the capitalist
would suffer, as they imagine they could not lend
their money at such a rate as to remunerate them
for its use; but I would ask what permanent pro-
perty there is in the country, which is the pro-
duct of labor, that will now pay over three per
cent. interest on its original cost, from the year
1830 to 1837 ? If we take the whole Agricultural
Interest of the nation, after paying and deducting
the present prices of labor, the necessary yearly
expenses of keeping fences and buildings in good
repair, paying taxes, insurance, &c., what use or
interest would be left on the farms, taking the
whole country together ? I think it doubtful
whether there would be left on the past five years
an interest of two-perhaps not of one per cent.
But suppose a fair and just compensation were
paid for the labor expended on Agriculture, and
I doubt whether there would be any thing left for
the capital invested in the Agriculture of the
country; and I would ask why this money should
produce more income than the farms for which
the money has been paid, and why it should
yield a better profit, and leave the all-important
interest of the nation to suffer ? The capitalists
will say that they have made but little during
these hard times-that all their real estate is di-
minished in value, and they have been obliged to
take a great deal of this trash in collecting their
debts, and then they will reckon their real estate
at the prices at which it will pay an interest of
six or seven per cent. on its cost: in this wayva)
they try to make it appear that they, too, have
made nothing by these disasters, for they estimate
every thing by the cash standard of value: when
the dollar will now buy from two to ten times as
much as it would some seven years ago, and hence
the dollar is worth as much more as the increased
quantity of property which may be purchased
with it. When our nation again prospers, it will
be found that these moneyed capitalists have add-
ed greatly to their wealth, and have taken every
dollar of their enormous accumulation unjustly
from the honest industry of the people and given
no equivalent for it.
To show the operation of money, I will here
state what one thousand dollars in a given time
may do in a large city :
A. buys from B. on the first day of May, goods
for $1,000, and gives B. his note at six months in
payment. On the second of May A. again buys
of B. $1,000 worth, and gives his note at six
months in payment. On the third he buys the
same amount, and so continues to buy daily for
six months in succession $1,000 worth of goods,
and to give his notes to B. payable six months
after date, therefore A. will owe B. $1,000 each
day, to be paid for six months in succession. B,
gets all these notes discounted by a capitalist who
deposits them in bank for collection. The first
note when it becomes due, A. pays at bank, and
the money is carried in bank to the credit of this
capitalist. When the second note becomes due,
A. being disappointed in his collections, is com-
pelled to borrow a $1,000 to pay it. He goes to
a broker to borrow the $1,000, by getting some
business paper which he has on hand discounted,
so as to enable him to pay his debts. The broker
goes to this capitalist, to whose credit the $1,000
was placed in bank, and borrows the $1,000 with
which A. had the day before taken up his note,
and with this he pays his note for $1,000,--with
the identical $1i000 with which he paid his note
the day before. The next day he is again short;
he applies to the same broker, who goes to the
same capitalist, and again borrows the identical


$1,000 with which he paid his note to B. the day
before; and so he continues, day after day, to bor-
row of this same capitalist the $1,000 every day
for the whole six months: therefore this $1,000
has paid in one hundred and eighty days $180,000
and has discounted for A. $179,000 worth of his
business paper, and every day during the whole
period at the close of bank it has been a deposit
in bank to the credit of the same capitalist. The
$1,000 have paid every one of tho one hundred
and eighty notes given by A. to B4 for $1,000
each, Now if $1,000 can perforth all this duty,
then by stopping the $1,000 youi stop the payment
of every one of these notes, if no other $1,000
can be depended upon to take their place- If
this be so, and capitalists choose to let their money
remain idle a few days when btlsiness is prosper-
ous and money in active use, hoW soon distress
for want of money will arise! How easily can a
few capitalists or banks destroy confidence in the
comhmtinity, and make money scarce and raise the
rates of interest ? If the $1,000 were only Used
half as often, it would require double the money
to perform the same duty which the $1,000
perform.


No. 136 Water &r SO Pine street.
NEW YORKP,
PHILANDER, KIMBALL, Proprietor.


Andrew S. Cooke,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
janl5 tlnov Apalachicola) Fla.


Greenwood & Ellis#
AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
Columbus, 'Georgia.
01- Liberal advances made upon Goods consign-
ed to us. jan8 5t


McKay & Hartshorne,,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,


Apalachicola, Florida.


novl


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


jan29 Apalachicola, Fla.
David G. Ranuey,
COMMISSION &L FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.
D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 29 Water street.
jani Apalnchicola Fla.


B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSIO'i MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
dec1 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
E. R. FLEWELLEN. M. M. BUTT.
Flewellen & Butt,
FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus Block.
Apalachicola, Fla.
o Libaral advances made on Cotton shipped
to New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 6m


Kinabrough & Ridgway,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Apalachico a, Florida,
WM. H. KRIMBOUGH.
JOHN RIDGWAY.


Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
JXo. 2261 Bowery, near Rivington st.
NM, YORK. novel ly
Jamnes F. Farriorq ,
PORT WARREN AND NOFARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
May always be found at the office of Farrior &
Co. No. 44- Water st. He would respectfully so-
lcit the patronage of his friends and acquain-
tances. dec25


Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. decl ly


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


Wn. 'Sydney Green, MV. D.
D-R. G itEE takes this opportunity of expres-
-. sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
*them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
der hi'rself more useful in his profession.
'Office on Centre, near Water streets 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 on Live Oak
street, formerly the residence of Charles Rogers,
Esq. dec4


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


Dodge & Gardner,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No 40 Water street,
decl8 Apalachicola, Fla.

tSainnel Schifter.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
No. 49 Water street.
jan Apalachicola, Fla.


Ligon & Owens,
,ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Abbeville and T'Froy, Ala.
W ILL practice in tie County and Circuit
Courts of the countitesoi Montgomery, Pike,
"Coffee, Dale, Henry anAd arbour, composing the
-eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Alabama.
WOODSON L. LIGON,
Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.
HASTINGS E OWENS,
Troy, Pike co., Ala.
-Refers to--


W. A. Wood,
COMiMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,


Apalachicola.


novl ly


Moore & 1cJcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHIIANTS,
No. 32 Water street,
Apalachicola.
JoHN M. MOORE.
WM. A. McKENZIE, novl ly
Farrior & Co.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Water-street,
nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
B. S. I awley,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c. &c., &c.
No. 27 Water street,
Apalachicola. nov1 ly
Jb W. Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. nov1 ly


Col. A McAllister, Henry co, Ala.
Gen. A J McAllister, "
Maj.'Jeenrson Bufbrd, Eufaula, Ala.
Hon'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomerys Ala.
Wen'l. John Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga.
Messrs. Chester & McGrifi Apal'a. Fa.
January 25th, 1844. jan29 tf


Law Notice.
W. G. M. DAVIS,
Has returned to the practice of the Law. He
is prepared to attend to business at the County
Clerk's Office, Apalachicola.
Allen H, BItIsh,


ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Marianna, Florida.
Will practice in the Courts of Franklin, Jack-
*on, Walton and Washington counties.
Yonge & Taylor,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Marianna, Florida.
CHANTDLER C. YONGE. JOHN B. TAYLOR
G. T. Ward d& R. W. White,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Having associated themselves in the practice of
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APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1844.







City Colincil Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER,
WEDNESDAY EVENINo, Feb. 14, 1844. 5
Council met this evening: Present, D. G. Raney,
a er; ounilmen, Babcock, Clements, Guyon,
Roberts, Sohifler and Wood.
Minutes of the last meeting read and approved.
The Clerk reported the returns from Harbor
master and Weighmaster Kerr, Shepar Wood,
Goodlett, Hughes, Poster and Halsey, whih were
; read and ordered on file.
Mr. Roberts, from Finance Committee, reported
the computed amount ofthe City debt on the 25th
January last at 938,515 98, which. on motion of
Mr. Roberts, was ordered to be published.m -
Mr. Roberts, from the Committee appointed ii
lease the Flonrida Promenade, reported a lease of'
the same for five years to Anson Hancock; iiin to
cordance with their report of 20th January last,
now on file, which was read and approved.
On motion of Mr. Guyon, seconded by Mr. Bob-
cock: It is ordered, that the Clerk of this board
have discretionary power given him in relation to,
issuing execution against B. Billings, on a jud-
ment obtained against him for $50, the amount of
his license.
Mr. Roberts moved, seconded by Mr. Schiffer
that the Committee on Contracts and Improve.
ments be authorised to procure a turnpike shovil"
for the use ofthe city, which motion was adopted;
On motion of Mr. Wood: It is ordered, that.ine
Clerk give notice that the Council will proceed to
elect an Harbor Master, City Surveyor and Wood
Measure, on Saturday evening next.
On motion of Mr. Roberts: It is ordered that.
the Marshal attend to the duties of Harbor Master
until one is elected.
The Mayor presented the opinion of the City
Attorney, in relation to the powers -given the City,,
Tax Collector, to levy upon and sell real estate for
the payment of taxes, which was read, and there-
upon, on motion of Mr. Guyon: It is ordered, that
the Tax Collector be instructed to proceed to col-
lect the back taxes due the City under the direc.-
tion of the City Attorney.
The following accounts were presented to the
Council and passed and allowed, viz:
Samuel McGuire's bill for .drayage......... $8 50
C. J. Shepard's bill for imprisoning five
negroes...................... ..............7 50
Mr. Roberts presented the account of P. O. Sul-
livan, which was referred to Committee on Claims.
On motion, the Council adjourned till Saturday
evening next at 7 o'clock.

STATEMENT OF LIABILITIES OF CITY
OF APALACHICOLA.
1841. DR..
Jan. 4-To amount loaned of Land Co. $15,000 00
Due bills issued prior to January,
1839..... ........ ..... .... ,587 43
Amn't of scrip issued, 1839.......18,000 00
Am't of note to Griswold, 1839, 4,264 58
Am't loaned from Geo. Field... 7,000 00
Amin't of bonds given HG Guyon, 3,500 00
Amin't of bills not.paid........... 2,799 43
Am't of new scrip issued....... 1,680 00
$62,831,39
1841. cR.
Jan. 4-By amount of scrip destroyed in
1840 .... ................... $10,000 00
Amount of scrip and due bills re-
ceived, bonded and destroyed, 9,135 00
By amount to balance..........43,696 39
$62,831 39
The above is taken from a statement left on file by
John R. Dorsey, Esq. late City Treasurer.
1842. DR.
To balance...........................$43,696 39
Amount of liabilities incured this year.. 4,811 03
of Clerk and Treasurer's
salary... .............. 400 00
of Marshal's salary.........400 00
of Mayor's .........250 09
of City Physician'ssalary..225 00,
of City Attorney's "W .) O. .,
contracted for improve-
ments made............. 1,149 16
contracted for Hospital ex-
penses................ ....'3M 67.
contracted for sundry ex-
penses ..................... 606 62
3,513 46
May 25-Amount of due bills given HG
Guyon for interest on bond, 479 45
30-Amount of 3 due bills given
Mr Atwood for in't on notes, 322 69
Dec. 14-Amount of 10 due bills to Bar-
nard Adams & Co, transferred
from Life and Trust Co. for
interest on $5000 loan...... 800 00
20-Amount of 27 due bills to Mr.
Griswold for interest on his
note to this date,, saidinote
being now in judgment...... 1,428 56


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COMMERCIAL ADVERTOR.
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SAPALACHIOOLA, MONDAY, FEB. 19, 1844.

"VERITE SANS PEUR."

0 The Proceedings of the City Council of
wednesday evening, 14th inst., will be found in
'another column. They are inserted with the
two-fold object of conferring a favor on our neigh-
bor of the Journal," and furnishing our readers
with interesting matter.
SWe return our thanks to the Hon. DAVID
LEVY, for the Public Documents he has been
pleased to send us.
g(- We have been requested by the Editor of
the Journali" to state, that his paper did not
appear last Thursday, for the want of hands. He
is in anticipation of a sufficient force to insure its
publication regularly hereafter.
FIRE! FIRE !!-AWFUL CONFLAGRATION !!!
-A little before 9 o'clock last night, the distress-
ing cry of fire! fire! was heard to reverberate
from one end of our city to the other. Hundreds
of voices joined in the terror-striking chorus; the
consternation was tremendous; children were
heard to scream, and the women turned pallid
with fear; the congregations of the churches dis-
persed in utter dismay and confusion; all private
parties were suddenly broken up; the young man
who was breathing out the soul of love" to his
fair flame, was interrupted, perhaps in the middle
of the most passionate and sublime sentence he
ever uttered, and which might, had it not been
for this inopportune alarm, have won her entirely
to himself, but which-alas !-he never can
reach again;-and all, all rushed, headlong and
breathless, to the sgene of the dreadful conflagra-
tion, where they found-two cords of wood in
flames, and upon which there was no insurance!
Estimated loss-$ 5 !

THE MAILs.-We notice in the Tallahassee
papers that there has been several public meet-
ings with a view of petitioning the Department
for either a restoration of the old mail route, or
an entire new one, by the way of Savannah, the
St. Sohn's River and Jacksonville to Tallahassee.
The late arrangement is to bring the mail down
through Georgia, a large part of the way West of
Flint River, crossing and recrossing that stream
and many small tributaries in its way down to
Florida. By this it is said the mails to Tallahas-
see, Quincy &c have been irregular, uncertain
and greatly behind the usual time.
It is doubtless the cause of the great delay and
irregularity of our mail at this place, which has
frequently, during this winter, been 15 days from
New York and Washington. Would it not be
.proper for the citizens of Apalachicola to unite
with those of our sister city, in asking a reforma-
tion in this (to us) very important matter.
We are not sufficiently acquainted with the
plan of the projected route by the St. John's Ri-
ver to Jacksonville, to give our opinion of its
practicability; but those gentlemen who have
been appointed to memorialize the Department
on the subject, that the mails may be carried
from New York to New Orleans via. Charleston,
Savannah, 'Jacksonville (on the St Johns,) Talla-
hassee, Apalachicola and Mobile, in six days,
with only 175 miles staging.
FOREIGN NEWS.
The news by the ship .Montezuma, of the 8tli
of January, from Liverpool, and by the ship
Republic, of the llth January, are both published
in the New York papers of the last dates.-
Nothing of any great interest is contained in the
accounts, except the price of Cotton and Wheat.
In the former there had been no alteration in the
price since the 4th; wheat had advanced. The
accounts of the llth state that Cotton was still ir
the ascendant and had advanced The market
closing firmly at the last account.
According to all accounts, O'Connell may b(
convicted. All the jurymen are of the Protest.
ant faith, and great complaints are made thai
every Catholic has been struck off the jury pannel
The weather in England has been remarkably
mild. Fruit trees are said to be budding, an(
many flowers in bloom in the neighborhood o


Lancaster.
It is stated that Lord John Russell is to bring
the affairs of Ireland under the notice of the
House, at the earliest period after the meeting o
Parliament.
Many of the Welsh Rioters have been let off
others have been tried and convicted for minor
offences, and sentenced to imprisonment. Several
have been transported for life. Great lenity, i
is said, -was exercised towards the offenders.
As a proof of the improvement of trade, am
the better condition of the working classes, it i
said that at the close of the week preceding
Christmas, at Bainsley every butcher shop am
stall was cleared of its eontents; the supply c
beef not being equal to the demand.
PARIS.-A certain number of students, abou
300, says the Moriteur, repaired to the house c
Mr. Lafite to congratulate him on a speech late
made in the Chamber of Deputies, against th
present ministry, and applauded him highly fo
his faithful adherence to the doctrines of July
1830. The commissary of Police who watch
them was insulted, and several of his agents wer
ill treated. Ten of the authors of this moveme-
were arrested, and the rest dispersed.
OHIo.-There is a bill before the House of R(
representatives of this State, which has passed th
first reading, to authorize the business of Bank
ing." Its provisions are similar to the free bank
ing law of New York, the circulation to by base
upon a depoJite pof the stocks of the State of Ohi<
only.


vention, while we were saving ourselves by manly
war.
Long after it was all over, and when the Hart-
ford Convention became a putrid and stinking
carcase of despicable disaffection, the scorn and
derision of every man, woman, and child, in the
country, and the member from Massachusetts was
a candidate for the Presidency, none so brave as
he to denounce and trample upon the Hartford
Convention. Non constat whether, if he had
been here during its session, he would have been
so brave an opponent of it.
We take the following from the Madisonian,
which is a little different version of what Mr.
Adams said in the same debate:
Mr. ADAMS said-
He was not the author of the resolutions of the
Legislature of the State of Massachusetts, as had
been implied; and he further stated, for the in-
formation of the House and the country, that the
petitioners on that subject had placed their peti-
tion in the hands of his son, who was at the time,
a Representative from the city of Boston, and he
had presented it to the Legislature. It was re-
ferred to a select committee, and he was made
the chairman of that committee, and wrote the
report, of which he was not ashamed, as his natu-
ral friend-his father. Since that time his son
had been transferred to the Senate of Massachu-
setts by his constituents, and a Democrat of that
body, which was Democratic last year, but this
year it was Whig, brought the subject up and it
was referred to a committee, of which his son
was made chairman, which committee reported
the whole transaction; and he wrote not a word
as had been intimated, but he freely acknowl-
edged that he had consulted with him, which as
a father he had the right. He had also consulted
freely with his constituents on the same subject,
because the sentiments contained in those resolu-
tions were the sentiments of his heart, and he did
not deny a word or a sentiment expressed in the
report, made by his son on that subject, and he
firmly believed if the Constitution was not so
amended on the subject of Federal representation,
the Union would tumble to pieces, and he fear-
lessly said it could not exist without the amend-
ment proposed.
Mr. KING, of Massachusetts, rose and said, he
would correct Mr Ingersoll in relation to the
parentage of the Massachusetts resolutions, be-
cause he knew that the son of his venerable col-
league was the author of both the report and the
resolutions. The documents which he had fur-
nished him (Mr. Ingersoll) and to which he had
alluded, were only in relation to the commercial
prosperity of Massachusetts. If there is one
name more than another, cherished in that Com-
monwealth, it was the name of his venerable
colleague, whose father surrendered up his spirit
to his God, uttering the following sentiment, viz:
" Union, now and forever!" And he hoped
when his venerable colleague departed, he, too,
would lisp, The Constitution, and the Right
of Petition in its purity The petition to which
allusion had been made was signed by over 60,000
freemen of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Mr. GILMER asked him if the list was not
headed by a runaway negro from the State of
Virginia by the name Latimer ?
Mr. KING said he was not prepared to answer,
but he believed he had been purchased, and was
a freeman.
Mr. GILMER: Against the consent of his
master.
Mr. KING said he believed it was understood
with his master's consent.
VIRGINIA DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION-The friends
of Mr. CALHOUN, in this body have declared their
determination to support the nominee of the Bal-
timore Convention, although condemning the
mode and principle on which it is to be organized.

CENTRAL BANK BILLs.-The Milledgeville Re-
corder, of the 5th inst, says: that last week, there
were burnt $360,445 of Central Bank bills, that
there is in the Treasury, the amount of $100,000,
which will not be issued, which leaves about
$200,000 in circulation. The bills now circulate
here in transaction of business at par, and we pre-
sume will continue to do so until all are redeemed.
GRE'AT REVENUE.-The receipts at the New
York Custom House for the month of January,
amounted to the very great sum of $1,876,000, cr
three and a half times the amount collected in the
same month of last year.
COTTON CROP.-The Red River (Alexandria)
Republican of tee 20th ult., says that the crop cf
Cotton in that Parish, will be fully one-third
short of last year's crop.
(ty- The United States Senate have confirmed
the nomination of Mr. WISE, as Minister to Rio
by a vote of 30 to 10.
IMPORTANT LEGAL DECISION.-A case of some
importance to the commercial community, was
decided in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, on
a writ of error from the lower Court. The United
States Gazette, thus states the point decided:


"It was, that the endorsement of certificate otf
a deposit in bank is merely an assignment of the
same, and does not make the endorser liable for
amount to the holder, in case the principal should
fail to pay. Or, min other words, that such an in-.
strument is not negotiable, like a promissary note
or bill of exchange, but is merely assignable like
a bond or other written contract, other than regular
mercantile paper. The action arose upon a certi-
ficate of te deposit in the Union Bank of
Mississippi, on the 20th of July. 1839, of $3,691 63
signed by the assistant Cashier of the Bank, en-
dorsed to Edmund Yorke by Robert Patterson &
Co., of Philadelphia, and by them endorsed to
John J. Poindexter, without recourse. The Union
Bank failed, and the only responsible party was
Patterson & Co., and an action was accordingly
brought against the firm. The District Court gave
judgment against the defendants, the case was car.
ried to the Supreme Court, and the judgment re.
versed as above stated."
ARRESTED.-We understand (says the XV 0
Bee) that ROBERT BURNS, who murdered a gen.
tleman in the city of Augusta, Ga., a short time
since, and for whose apprehension a reward o
3 $1500 was offered by the mayor and citizens ol
9 Augusta, was arrested a few days since in the
t
State of Tennessee. Burns passed through thi
city about two weeks since; and only slipped
Through the clutches of the officers of the police
Sby the skin of his teeth.
r
s NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL STEAMERs.-Th<
* Great Western is advertised to leave Liverpool for
SNew York, on the 27th April- She is to be com-
Smanded by Mr R. B. Matthews, formerly her firs
t officer. The Great Britain will follow on thE
I 25th May. Lieut. Haskin, late commander of thf
t Great Western, will take charge of her. She i
S3,500 tons and 1,000 horse power.


g We clip the following from a New York
paper:-
ROCKLAND LAKE.-One hundred and fifty men
are now employed at the Rockland Lake, cutting
out square blocks of pure ice for the consumption
of this city during the summer.
The Rockland Lake Ice Company have an Ice
House and an agent in this city; and from the
above, and the extreme cold weather which they
have had at the north recently, we should think
we ought to have. a full supply of ice for the
next summer season, and dirt cheap, at that.

THE MASSACHUSETTS RESOLUTIONS,
MR. ADAMS, AND THE ABOLITION
PETITIONS !
There are many persons who sincerely believe
that the efforts of many talented and influential
men, in Congress, are exerted alone to -preserve
the right of petition; and that when the abolition
memorials are once received, that they will op-
pose the prayer of the petitioners, and lay them
aside without consideration or debate. Among
them, Mr, ADAMS stands first. He has kept the
Halls of Congress in a continual ferment on this
subject for several sessions, battling with every
one who has ever dared to denounce these peti-
tions as incendiary, or objected to the right of
their being received. -His av6wed and only ob-
ject, however, has been proclaimed to be, to de-
fend the Right of Petition; and that he was no
more an Abolitionist than every other member of
Congress from the free States. This, we have
never believed, nor at any time been disposed to
award to Mr. Adams so much credit for that dis-
interested patriotism and love of the Union that
his admirers, even in the South, claim for him.
The great object of all who are contending so
strenuously for the right of petition, is to get the
memorials into the House, to report on them,
consider and reconsider, and throw open the
question of constitutionality. This once given
up, the South would have no guarantee for her
safety. The question of reception is the proper
one on which to meet these petitions. If Con-
gress has no power to legislate on the subject,-
and we of the South deny that they have,-then
it is an absurdity to say that it is a violation of
privilege to reject them. Why should they re-
ceive petition after petition on a subject over
which they have no control ? If the memorials
pray for a grant that Congress have the power to
give, then it is proper to receive them ; and when
received, they are bound to consider the subject
asked for. They could not be laid on the table;
it would be their duty to consider and debate the
subject. Where, then, would be the security of
the Southern States ? The Southern Members
would be continually harassed to defend those
rights which they have ever deemed secured by
the Constitution.
We are told by the advocates of these memori-
als in Congress, that there is nothing to fear; that
the Abolitionists are few in number; and that-
with a few exceptions-they are a set of wild and
imbecile fanatics; only allow the petitions to be
received and they will be thrown aside, and the
subject dropped. Why, then, such great zeal,
and strenuous efforts, on the part of talented men
in Congress in their behalf? Can it be supposed
that the fear of the right of petition being endan-
gered would, alone, enlist such ardent exertion
and perseverance in favor of a subject which they
profess to be opposed to, and which is asked for
by a few weak and silly fanatics ? We know that
this is not true. When once the petitions are
received, the question of constitutionality and
expediency will then be agitated by most of those
now contending only for the rtght of petition.
If the abolitionists are few in number, they have
talent of the highest order enlisted in their favor,
or among them the subject of abolition is freely
and ably discussed in these memorials, both with
regard to the District of Columbia, Territories,
and even the trade between the States. New
laws and regulations are continually being made
to invite runaways, and protect them when they
. escape into the free States. Nothing is left un-
t tried by them that can embarrass the slave own-
t ers, or strike a blow at the institutions of the
South. We are still told, however, that there is
, no danger, and that the only object of the advo-


f cates of the right of petition is to have them re-
ceived and laid aside without discussion. Tc
such of our readers who believe in these profes-
e sions, we recommend the reading of the debate
Copied below, between Mr. Adams and Mr. In-
gersoll. There are many persons, even in the
: South, who look upon Mr. Adams as the most
patriotic and sincere of Statesmen, and the pro-
ir
l per member to whom all abolition petitions should
t be referred ; that his efforts on the subject of the
right of petition were pure and disinterested, and
d was the strongest evidence of his unprejudicec
s zeal and love of the Constitution. What wil
g they say now that he avows the Massachusetts
d Resolutions to be his own sentiments, and wer<
f introduced into the Legislature by his son ? De
clearing, also, that if the Constitution is not so al
S tered as to deprive the Southern States of thb
t
)f representation now secured to them by the Con
Sstitution, that the Union must tumble to piece
Very shortly!! What are we now to expect
r Mr. Adams is Chairman of the Committee t(
whom the Massachusetts Resolutions are to b(
d referred for a report. Will the abolition memo
e rials be received and laid aside without debate
.t Will the subject of abolition no longer be a fire
I brand on the floor of Congress ? No: we expec
soon to see the subject of abolition gravely dis
S cuissed there, and the able advocates of the righ
e of petition zealously enlisted in defending th
- wilest incendiaries.
-d The debate below originated by Mr. Ingersoll'
o, calling the attention of the House to a report of
debate-a .few days anterior-in which Mr. In


gersoll thought that he had been misrepresented
by a letter-writer, whose conduct he wished to
bring to the notice of the House. We hope it
will be read with attention.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, JAN. 26.
Mr. ADAMS said-
If I had been the author of these resolutions,
why should I be ashamed of it? Am I afraid of
any thing ? Though (said Mr. A.) I would not
say-as a chivalrous gentleman once said here-
I was born without fear, yet I am not known to
be given to fear. He was not, therefore, the au-
thor of these resolutions; and if he had been, he
would not have denied them, for they met his
approbation. After referring to the Latimer pe-
tition, on which these resolutions were founded,
he said that his son was the author of these reso-
lutions, and the presenter of that petition in the
Massachusetts Legislature, and that they passed
both branches by almost a unanimous vote. He
believed that the amendment to the constitution,
which these resolutions proposed-i. e. taking
away the representation of the Southern States
founded on slave population-oUGHT TO BE
MADE ; AND HE BELIEVED IN HIS SOUL, IF IT
WAS NOT MADE BEFORE LONG, THIS UNION
WOULD TUMBLE INTO PIECES !
Mr. GILMER called the gentleman to order.
Mr. C. J. INGERSOLL begged the gentleman
from Virginia to permit the gentleman to go on.
Mr. GILMER said he must object, if this sub-
ject was to be continued.
Mr. C. J. INGERSOLL hoped the gentleman
would not interfere. He could tell him that he
never made a greater mistake than in interrupt-
ing the disclosures that were making.
Mr. Ingersoll continued-
I will take this occasion to add, that every
time that I have venturned to say one word in
this House, to or of the gentleman from Massa-
chusetts, I have received anonymous letters, all
signed Lynch"-all in the same hand-writing
-all written in this House, (as two of my col-
leagues, who have kindly investigated the matter,
are satisfied,) and all probably proceeding, there-
fore, from some letter-writer; some threatening
me with personal vengeance if ever I ventured
again to address a word to the pet of this Mr.
Lynch-the member from Massachusetts. Now,
I proclaim to him, and I proclaim to Mr. Lynch,
that as long as he persists in what I denounce as
his wicked attacks upon the Union and Constitu-
tion of this country, I will never cease to hold
him up to the public reprobation which I think
he deserves, and, I trust, will be his punishment.
I have, Mr. Speaker, beyond my feelings as an
American citizen, an attachment to this constitu-
tion of a peculiar character, though not so given
to vaunt my fearlessness as the member from
Massachusetts. So help me God, I will lay down
my life, if necessary, rather than that Constitu-
tion shall be torn, by rude and ungrateful hands,
'4o atoms. And I now give the gentleman from
Massachusetts notice that I am anxiously watch-
ing his course on this subject: and that I will, on
all'occasions, oppose, denounce, and defeat it if I
can. If I had had occasion to allude to the son
he has mentioned, the delicacy from which, I
trust, I never depart, would have prevented my
namiing him, but by some inoffensive parliamen-
tary circumlocution ; but since he has mentioned
that son, and all the circumstances attending the
resolution in question, is there anything strange
in the supposition that the son may have taken
the father's advice and assistance in so momen-
tous a movement ? Would it be strange that any
son should consult a parent who had been chief
magistrate of the United States, and also charged
for many years with its chief executive depart-
ment, before he assiled their constitution ? and
was there anything impertinent or offensive in a
.question respectfully submitted, as mine was, to
ascertain whether the son was not the father's
instrument in a movement which he says he is
not ashamed of, and which I am ashamed to see
that he appears to glory in ? Sir, confidence
between gentlemen is sacred; and no power on
earth should wring from me on this floor, the
name of my informant, who without any confi-
dential communication, without reserve or hesi-
tation, stated to me, two days ago, in the lobby
of this House, that the resolution of the gentle-
wan was written or prepared by the father, and
hustled through the legislature of .Massachusetts,
in the confusion of the closing scenes of a ses-
sion, without the knowledge of more than the
eight or ten abolitionists who participated in the
clandestine contrivance. My informant was a
citizen of Massachusetts; a man of the highest
standing and character--as much so as the mem-
ber from Massachusetts himself-and whose word
for any statement he makes would be, either here
or there, received with at least as much respect;
and to this I must add, furthermore, that this
very morning I was informed by another highly
respectable personage, no longer a member of
this House, that when he was a member, some
ten years ago, or thereabouts, he heard the mem-
ber from Massachusetts declare, in his seat, that
his business here was the detestable errand of.
disorganizing the compromises of the constitu,
tion, and separating a large number of the an-
cdent commonwealths of the United States from
their glorious confederacy. Yes, sir, a gentle-
. man, under the mere color and pretext of the


abused right of petition, is now to dismember this
Union, not because there is slavery in some of
the States, but because he and his own State have
not had a due share of the advantages of the
SUnion.
Mr. INGERSOLL said that he would follow
the gentleman from Massachusetts no further in
t his aberrations than simply to add, (which was,
- indeed, all he intended to say,) that the oldest
Sson and favorite child was discontented, forsooth,
and that old Massachusetts herself was dissatis-
fied, because she had not more of the benefits of
Sthe Union; and those infernal maniacs, the abo-
l litionists, had commissioned the member from
l Massachusetts to come here and put an end to it.
The venerable gentleman had also rebuked an
s honorable gentleman from North Carolina, [Mr.
e SAvNE fls.9 f1;c c(, .nrlcting the resolution of Mas-
- sachuett; w:rh f, p-:.ative paternity, in an iden-
. tical r,-oluC the Hartford Convention.
Mr. N'i.uERS h-re made some explanation,
e which vas nm du.tinctly heard.
Mr IN'"- SOLL resumed: Sir, I have no
s explara;ion to give on that subject to the member
? from Massachusetis, who, besides boasting of his
courage, vapo -s 1-. wise about the great dangers
o he overcame waiging war upon the Hartford
e Convention. >)w, I happen to know all about
- it; and, a. he ; r.vok s a mere disclosure of the
Truth, I take t1 ne Xcsion to say that we know, as
yet, n,;'Img of hi hostility to the Hartford Con-
" vention. Whtea tat detestable cabal made their
t attempt upon the n, no worse then than his
- now, he was abroad EinuropIe, officially denoun-
t cing to the Russian prime minister the folly and
weakness of the war we were waging against
e Great Britain; or at (Ahnt, negotiating a peace
which he deemed necessary, because, with but
s three frigates for a navy, five regiments for ar
aemy, a weak and penurious Government, whale
a could we expect bv defeat and disgrace ? He
- was sav ing ijs by pec-e. from the Hartford Con.-


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$55,046 58
1844.. ..
Jan. 25-To balance.................. $36,515 S&
Amount of interest supposed to
have been allowed on city lia-
bilities cancelled in 4 and
1843...... .... ............. 2,000 00
$38,515 98


:.t


1842. GR.
By amount of city liabilities cancelled
during this year as per Treasurer's
book...................... .... 6,206 19
1843.
March 8.-By amount of city liabilities
received from committee ap-
pointed to settle with- late
Tax Collector, H Williams,. 2,311 14
1844.
Jan. 25.--By amount of city liabilities
cancelled during the yea
1843 and to this date....... 10,I13 27
By amount to balance.... 36,515 98
$55,046 58

A LARGE DIVIDEND.-The New Ybrk Atlan-
tic Mutual InsuranceCo. have just declared their
first dividend. Their net earnings. have beeW
about $280,000-being about 40 per cent. on tie
terminated premiums, and dividing to the holders-
of the cash capital, 43J per cent.; and on their
net premiums, 33 per cent. for the first halfyprr;,
and a like per centage as the business of the last"
twelve months. Having just paid offtheir cash!
capital from their earnings, hereaftet the profits:
are wholly to be divided- among; tite holders of*
policies.

A RieC Goim MiNE.-The Saliebh y N. C.
Watchman says that the Rowan gold mine near
that place is the richest that. has even been dis-
covered in the United& States. It is described as
a small vein, from four to twelve inches wide.--
A quantity of ore taken from it hawyielded $200
to the bushel, and some as much as $500 to the
bushel. It is-said, that lr,876 pennyweights had&
been taken from it about a month since-by seven
hands.

CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION.-The Milledge.-
ville papers give the returns from Dade county.
The vote stands Clinch 17, Sanford 83. Thi*
makes General Clinch's majority 4,390 in the
whole State, which is a gain since October' of
1,002 votes, for the Whig party of Georgia. The
full vote fir Clinch is 33,506,-and; for SanforVt
29, 116.


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LATEST DATES.
Liverpool.......Jan. 12. New York..... Feb 10
Havre,,,.. ...... 9 New Orleans,.. 12.
Havand,. ...... Feb. 10. Charleston,..... 10.
i EXCHANGE.
Checks at sight on N York......par.
"' Augusta,.....par.
Scc Boston,......1-2 pr c prem.
''cc Charleston,..1-2 "
c" c Savannah,... 1-2 "
S N Orleans,...I "
Bills on New York.... 30 days..... 1 a 1U per c dis't.
I ." ....60 days......1h a 2 "
On all other Northern cities, the same rates.
COTTON MARKET.
Our cotton market has been void of interest the
past week. The stock on sale is light, or half out
df market, and, as our sales will show, there is
tlt: little doing. The sales have, been at "prices
generally in favor of buyers, but we retain the
quotations of last week. Inferior, 7 to 7j; Ordi-
nary, 71 to 84; Middling, 8j to 8j; Middling Fair,
'9 to9j; Fair, 9j a 9j cents.
'The sales of the past week amount to only 764
;bles, as follows:--3 bales at 7j; 13 at 71; 54 at 7};
4 at 71; 115 at 8j; 8 at 8j; 42 at 81; 130 at 8j; 89
at.81; 30 at 8; 64 at 9; 111 at 91; 82 at 9j; 2 at
'91-16; 7 at 91 cents per lb.
S:' G COTTON STATEMENT.
iSiock on hand..................211
' Received since our last,........ 5,773
previously........... 71,579
----77,563 bales.


FOR LIVERPOOL-The British sip
ENGLAND, Boothby, master, will meet
with despatch, for freight apply to
W A & P C KAIN,
febl7 4 Columbus Block. .
FOR LIVERPOOL-The fast-sailing
^^^ Br. ship COURTENAY,, George TUi-
ne, master, will meet with despatc
Eor freight apply to I
dec25 W, A. & P. C. KAIN. 5
-,_ FOR LIVERPOOL.-British barque
ROBERT WATTS, Johnson. master, is
s. now discharging, and will be ready to,
receive freight in a few days, for which apply to
decll J.CDAY Co.


FOR NEW YORK-The fine new ship
OCEAN, Willard, master, havifig her
entire cargo engaged, will have quick
despatch. For passage, apply to the Captain,
or to KIMBROUGH & RIDGWAY,,
febl9 24 Water st.
FOR NEW YORK-The A No. bark
MARY KIMBALL, Freetoe, master will
.have despatch as above; for deck freight
apply to CHAS ROGERS, or to
febl9 E P BUTT. -
FOR NEW YORK.-Tlefinefast
sailirtg brig ACTON, Lambert, master,
S will meet with despatch, for freight or
passage, apply to WA WOOD,
febl9 23 Water st. -


XCHANGE-Bought and sold, by
E WM. G. PORTER,
febl9 Agent Bank BrunsWick.
SUMMER HATS-25 doz of fine Summer Hats
Just received and for sale by
febl9 S DILL & CO., 29 Water st.


EXCHANGE
for sale by'
tbl- S


I I
INSURANCE AGENCIES.
HE AUGUSTA INSURANCE & BANK-
ING CO.-Capital $375,000. Are prepar-
ed to takejrisks against the Seas, Rivers and Fire.
Office No; 1 Columbus Block.
JAS. KELLOGG, Agent.
Apalachicola, Jan. 25th, 1844. jan29 3m


SPERM CANDLES.-75 boxs New Bedford
manufacture Spearm Candles, for sale by
WHITMARSH & RICHARDSON,
febl9 27 Water street.
On COnsignment.
McKAY & HARTSHORNE have received by
late arrivals several packages Glass and
Earthenware, w iich they offer for sale at very
low prices.
White Granite Dinner Setts, complete, 149 pieces.
Fine Gilt and Painted China Tea Setts.
Fine Blue printed Coffees and Teas.
Common c ,,
White Granite and blue edged Plates and Dishes.
Common i t ,,


OTICE-All persons indebted to the estate
of Isaac L. Battle, late of Jackson county,
deceased, are hereby requested to make imme-
diate payment to the subscriber ; all those having
demands against said estate must present the same
within the time prescribed by law, or this notice
will be plead in bar of their recovery.
B. DORSEY BATTLE, Adm'r.
Jackson Co., Feb. 19, 1S44. febl9-2m
Franklin Superior Court.
Henry D. Darden, Attachment for $12,000.
vs. Damages $25,000.
Daniel McDougald,
r-HE defendant and all others interested are
_L hereby notified of the tntitution of the above
suift, and are required to plead according to law.
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Atty's for PI'ff:
Apalachicola, Nov. 22d, 1843. febl9 3m
ABINET FURNITURE.-Made to order,
repaired, varnished, old sofas upholstered,
Looking Glass plates fitted to frames by
feb19 PETER HOBERT, 42 Water st.
HAKER'S GARDEN SEED.-A fresh supply
S just received and for sale by
febl2 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.
IGARS-Just received from New Orleans, a
choice lot of old Havana Cigars, viz: "Rega-
lies," "Imperials," "Trabucos," &c. For sale
wholesale and retail by B ELLIS,
febl2 28 Water st.
AY.-60 bales first rate Hay, now landing
from barque Globe, for sale by
febl2 S DILL & CO., 29 Water st.


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FOR NEW YORK.-Ship CEYLON,
E Cook, master, has most of her cargo
A engaged for balance of freight, apply t(,
feb5 CHAS. ROGERS, 48 Water st.
FOR PROVIEENCE-=The fast Sail-
ing brig PARAGON, Brayton, Master,
having part of her cargo engaged, will
meet with despatch. For freight or passage ap-
ply to TL MITCHEL,-
febl2 37 Water st.
SFOR HAVANA, via. KEY WES"-
The fast sailing schoonerr MASSASOIT,
a^ Draper, master, will meet with immedi-
ate despatch. For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to the master, or
feb5 B. ELLISON & CO., 33 Water st.
FOR CHARLESTON-The A, No.
1, schooner. GEORGE, Capt. elogg
a i is daily expected, anid will have quick
despatch. For balance of freight, or passage,
havitig superior accommodations, apply to...
,- A. L. CLEMENTS, 30 Water-st.
N. B.-The EXCELSIOR will immediately suc-
ceed the George. febl2 tf
FOR MOBILE-With despatch -the
fa0t sailing schr SOPHIA, Haley, master.
.kfor freight or passage apply to
W. A. WOOD,,
febl9 23 Water st.


Cabinet Furniture,
PETER HOBERT, No. 42 Water street, have
just received per late,arrivals from the North
the 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;
Willow Travelling Baskets, all sizes;
Willow Cradles and Waggons. jan29
O N 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 Cuttlery;
Hollow and Tin Ware;
Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c.
ALSO,
Sugar, Coffee, 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.


HEWING TOBACCO.-A good assortment
of Smoaking and Chewing Tobacco.
febl2 B ELLIS, 28 Water st.
ORK.-50 bbls Prime; 20 do Mess.
For sale by W A WOOD,
feb5 23 Water st.


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

G LASS AND CROCKERY WARE-Glass
SLamps, of various sizes and patterns ; China,
Printed, Edged and White Plates; Printed and
enamelled Teas and Tea Setts; Printed and com-
mon Dishes, Bowls, Pitchers, Mugs, &c. &c.
For sale by S. DILL & Co.
janl5 29 water street.


Steamer LoWell,
Standing "A. No. I," with all theInsurance,Offices.
THE splendid and substantial
f ... ^fast running steamer "LOWELL,"
-- ^ J. T. Niles, Master,,.will, ply.r,e-
--- gularly every week between this
city and Eufaula, touching and freighting .t aill
intermediate Towns and landings, and will'take
freight and passengers at rates as low as can be
obtained on the river. In, good and safe stages of
the river,, which will probably be during the
winter and early spring, the Lowell, will runre,
gularly to Columbus and intermediate landings.
The Lowell is not surpassed for accommoda-
tions and comfort, and it is intended she shall not
be, by any Boat on the Chattahoochee river.
Those who ship by her, may rest assured that
their Cotton or Goods, will be delivered as quick-
ly and as safely as speed and care will accomplish.
JOHN M. MOORE,
W. A. SCANDRETT & CO.,
Agents, Eufaula, Ala.
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
MOORE & McKENZIE,
feb5 tf Agents, Apalachicola, Fla.
EEF.-20 bbls Mess Beef;
20 do Prime, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st..

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


EVER LOCKS.-Mechanics are respectfully
requested to call at No. 27; Water street, and
examine samples of the Lever Locks, a late in-
vention, and far superior to any locks now in use.
WHITMARSH & RICHARDSON,
Agents for the Boston Lever Lock Co.
Apalachicola, Oct 28, 1842.
0 BBLSRectified Whiskey,
100 30 do Western Flour';
20 do Western Pork;
Just received; and for sae by
DODGE & GARDI)NER,
jani29 40 Water street.


'To Liverpool,...................5-8d. pr lb.
4 New York ................. 3-4c "
4 Boston, ..................... 3-4c "
FOREIGN MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 12.-COTTON-A very large
,extent of business has been done this week, the
market opening with a moderate demand, steady
.prices, and great firmness on the part of holders;
in this position we remained until Wednesday,
when seven days' later accounts from the States
were received, confirming those previously at hand,
,as regards the reduced estimates of the crop, in-
ducing more activity on that day, when upwards
of 8,000 bales were sold; and yesterday a still
greater degree of briskness prevailed, when the
sales were reported at 19,000 bales, full two-thirds
to speculators, and prices of American descrip-
tions and Surat ruling fully higher than on Friday
last. Egyptian are, if any thing, rather dearer,
and Brazils more steady. Speculators have taken
24,000 bales of American, 700 Egyptian, and 7,600
Surat; exporters 650 bales Surat, and the trade
only 13,100 bales The demand is more moderate
to day 5 the sales were upwards of 7000 bales, a
,,good share of them to speculators.
The import this week is 21,515 bags; the sales
46,350. 0
L DOMESTIC MARKETS.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 10.-COTTON-Since
onr last semi-weekly review we have experienced
San active demand for Europe, (principally for Li-
verpool,) and although we are unable to quote any
,advance in pricees, they have nevertheless been
ffnll for all qualities. On Wednesday last the sales
Sand shipments made under advances were reported
:at 8000 bales; Thursday at 6500, and yesterday
'16000 bales, with rumors of other large transactions.
Our factors offer their stocks freely, and but for
S -the advance iw1fveights and decline itexchanges,
,would no doubt have obtained a slight advance in
prices.
MACON, Feb. 8.-CoTTroN-Sales for several
days 1pat, hav generally been from 8 to 6 cents
,--principal sales for all good fair cotton, 81 to 9.
We have heard that some cotton has sold as high
as 9, bit we do not give this as a fair quotation of
*thie market, at any time during the week past.
Receipts last week were heavy, considering the
.badness of the roads, but are somewhat less at this
,time ;' the roads and weather continue very unfa-
vorable.
ATHENS, Feb. 7.-COTTON-The quantity of
cotton brought in during the past week has not
been large. Former quotations have been fully
sustained, and a few bales sold as high as 8i cts.
We now quote as extremes, 7 to 8j cents.
ALBANY, GA., Feb. 13-CoTTON-Ourmarket
remains in statu quo. Cotton has come in briskly
for the last two weeks, although but little changes
hands. The news brought by the Britannia, has
made'the holders confident in their expectations
of high prices, and consequently, demand from j
to j cen more thlian the buyers are willing to sub-
mic to. Eight cents is the highest price given for
any during the past week.
TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 10 -COTrTOx sells rea-
dily at 7j a 81 cts. The receipts from the country
,are very small. The business for the season is
nearly over, with a crop much shorter than many
anticipated.

EXPORTS.
HA'VANA-Per schr Rodnev-170 csks & bbls
molasses and fruit to D Goddard.
N YORK-Per bark Gazelle-498 bales cotton,
1 tierce beeswax, 1 box tallow, 204 sticks cedar.
Per brig R W Brown-417 bales cotton and 125
sticks cedar.
NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Lion-226 bales
.cotton.
Per sch Seminole-110 bales cotton.
Per schr Octavia-320 bales cotton.

IMPORTS,
NEW YORK-Per ship Martha Washington-
53 pkgs mdze to McKay & Hartshorne; .6 Nourse
& Stone; 2 Lockhart & Young; 7 F Kopman; 323
SDodge .$ Gardner;, 5 S Schiffer; 7 W G Porter &
S"Co.; 6AM Sauls; 5 Preston & M4aclay; 95 H R
"Taylor:-28 Harper & Holmes; 2 H D Darden ; 46
D B Wood & Co.; 1 B Ellis; 1 box to Chas & Jas
M Winship.
BOSTON-Per brig Falconer-300 bars iron, 4
kgs mdze to Kimbrongh & Ridgway ; 72 Harper
SHolmes; 203 to W A. & PC lain; 1 Moore &
McKentie; 5 D Go0ddard; 28 Nourse & Stone; 28
"'W T Stark; 10 to order.
NEW .ORLEANS-Per schr Seminole-20 bbls
.i whiskey to Harper& Holmes; 100 do flour to D G
Raney; 20 kegs lard to W A Wood; 451 pkgs mdze
to J Brooks; 51 do B H Robinson; 1 do T Jones;
60 to order.
MOBILE--Per ship Glendoveer-2,000 skersalt
i to D B Wood & Co.
} HAVANA-Per schr Cape Cod-2 hhds, 236 bbls
molasses snd fruit to TL Mitchel.
L EATHER TRUNKS-Just received a fe
I splendid black and russet Leather Travelling
S -Trunks, for sale by S DILL & CO.,
S febl9 29 Water st.
O N CONSIGNMENT.-Just received from
New Orleans on consignment:
!00 bbls superfine Flour;
10 casks Bacon--ides & shoulders;
l Sugar, Molasses, 14., & e.
All of which will be sold very low for cash.
\ febl9 D G RANEY, 43 Water st.


OATS FOR SALE.-One large Oak Launch
suitable for an Oyster Boat;
One new cedar Yawl with mast and sail, which
will be sold low by W G PORTER & CO.,
Sfeb5 2t 41 Water st.
WESTERN PRODUCE.-100 bbis Flour;
80 bb1s WhiSkey;
38 do Pork. ,
Now landing before otir stpre and for sale low
for cash by FARRIOR & CO.,
jan22 44 Water st.
OUSELINE DE IAINS.--A fresh lot of
Mouseline de Laives;just received.
For sale iy B1 ELLISON & CO.,-
jan5 33 Water st.


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PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Lowell-Mrs Shaft; Miss Shaff;
Miss R Forsyth, Miss A Forsyth, Miss Winter,
Miss Wilson, Miss Fontaine, Miss Billups, Miss
Hodges; Dr Taylor; Capt Boothby, Capt Turner;
Messrs Schley, Winter, Torrence, Stewart, Pea-
body, Hodges.
Per steamer Gen'l Sumpter-T Chambers, M B
Green, J Morgan, S L Solomons, Dees, Johnson,
Baker.
Per steamer Boston-Dr. Ingersoll, Mr. Moses.
Per steamer Tallahassee-Messrs. Shearman,
Smith, Campbell.
Per steamer Siren-Mr. McCall, lady & serv't.,
B S Hawley, M L Cavert, S J Baker, T Orman,
Hayward, Richfold, Worthen.
Per steamer Champion-Mrs Ridgway, child &
serv't ; Mrs Duncan; Messrs J C Maclay, Johnson,
McDaniel, Buchanan, Murphy.
Per steamer Charleston-Dr. Hill & 2 daughters
Gen. Shorter; Messrs E P Butts, 0 P Laird, Kil-
patrick, Tillinghast, Tyson, Hamiter, Richardson,
Smith, English, McGill.
Per steamer Oconee-Dr. Maloney; Messrs J M
Mills, S A Lawrence, B A Sherman.
Per steamer Siren-Mrs Wooten; Judge Manly;
A J Bell, G B More, T A Swain, L S Thomas,
Jomes, Daniels.

RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per steamer Bospon-443 bales cotton to Chas
Rogers; 163 to Preston & Maclay; 101 to J Day &
Co.; 79 to Green & Connery; 20 to W A Wood;
17 to Nourse & Stone; 14 to E C Scranton.
Per steamer Gen. Sumpter-630 bales cotton to
Chas Rogers; 65 to Kimbrough &..Ridgway; 100 to
T Chambers; 5 to M B Green; 4 to Wm Dees; 46
bbis flour to Green & Connery.
Per steamer Tallahassee-487 bales cotton to
Chas Rogers; 100 to I M Wright; 77 to Prestorin &
Maclay; 5 to order.
Per steamer Siren-37 bales cotton to Perry &
Dickinson; 30 to B S Hawley; 21 to Lockhart &
Young; 9 to Chester & McGriff; 6 to McKay &
Hartshorne.
Per steamer Charleston-324 bales cotton to E
P Butts; 383 Lockhart & Young; 33 McKay &
Hartshorne; 10 Moore & McKenzie; 10 Nourse &
Stone; 14 J Day & Co; 8 bbis mdze Whitmarsh
Richardson.
Per steamer Champion-362 bales cotton toPres.
ton & Maclay; 150W A & P C Kain; 104 E P
Butts; 72 Harper & Holmes; 43 Chas Rogers; 39
Perry & Dickinson; 16 McKay & Hartshorne; 13
A Wylie; 11 T L Mitchel; 11 Farrior & Co; 7
Lockhart.& Young; 6 Chester & McGriff.
Per steamer Apalachicola-505 bales cotton to
McKay & Hartshorne; 104 Moore & McKenzie; 8
W G Porter & Co; 38 Lockhart & Young; 22 J
D Vanderwater.
Per steamer Siren-15 bales cotton to Lockhart
& Young; 14 Perry & Dickinson; 22 Chester &
McGriff ; 91 A J Bell; 41 B S Hawley.
Per steamer Oconee-100 bales cotton to Chas
Rogers- 191 J T Niles; 67 Harper & Holmes; 14
Flewellen & Butt; 59 W A & P C Kain; 1 McKay
& Hartshorne; 10 Green & Connery; 5 S A Law-
rence.
Per steamer Lowell-193 bales cotton to oder.
Per barge Adeline-98 bales cotton to W G Por-
ter & Co.
Per schr Elizabeth Caroline-101 bales cotton to
Per Raft-25.000 ft lumber and 8 bales cotton to
Moore & McKenzie.


Printing Office for Sale.
T HE subscriber offers for sale the Printing Es-
tablishment well known as the Florida
Journal." The office is complete, having a good
assortment of Newspaper and Job Type, Ink, Pa-
per, &c. and will be sold on reasonable terms.
Apply to H. M. FARRIOR.
feb 19 tf


Alexandria Lottery.
CLASS No 7.
To be drawn at l1exandria, D. C., Feb. 17, 1844.
SEVENTY-FIVE NUMBER LOTTERY.
FIFTEEN DRAWN NUMBERS IN EACH PACKAGE
OF TWENTY-FIVE TICKETS.
Scheme.
1 PRIZE OF...$25,000....Is .... $25,000
1............... 7,000............ 7,500
1...............5,000.............5,000
1............... 4,000............ 4,000
1........ ....... 3,000 ... .......... 3,000
1........... .... 2,500 ............2,500
1........... .... 2,200............2,200
20...............1,000...........20,000
20..... .. ....250. ..........5,000
78.......... ..... .200........... 15,600
130.................150........... 19,500
200. .. ........ ... .. 125 ..... .. ..25,000
60.................100............6,000
60.. .; .A, ..........90.....,...... 5,400
60 .. ... .... ...60. ....... 3,600
60 .. ..... ...... ...50............3,000
120 ........ ........ 20............ 3,600
5,940 .. .......... ...20..........118,800
26,550 ................. 10 ..........265,500
33,305 Prizes.......... amounting to $540,200

Tickets $10-shares in proportion.
For sale at the Agency' of
J. G. GREGORY & CO, Managers,
27 Water-street.
Apalachicola, Feb. 19, 1844.


Tax Notice.
T HE subscribers having been appointed by the
SCity Council, Assessors for the present year,
will be in attendance at the Office of H R Taylor,
No. 28 Water street, on .Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, the 19th, 20th and 21st days of this
month, to receive returns of Taxable property.
After which they will proceed to make an ap-
prisement of all such property as shall not have
been returned within that period.
SETH P. LEWIS, A
H. R. TAYLOR, Assessors.
Apalachicola, Feb. 10th, 1844. febl2 qt
OTICE.-Persons having business with the
"APALACHICOLA LAND COMPANY,"
may apply to the subscriber, who is appointed
their Agent for the City of Apalachicola, and its
neighborhood. He will receive applications for
the sale of lots, and make known the terms, &c.
CHARLES H. AUSTIN.
Apalachicola, Feb. 5th, 1S44. feb5 Im


FOR NEW YORK-Th ,packet ship
MARTHA WASHINGTON, Tyler,
master, having her cargo :engaged and
going on board, will meet with despatch. For
freight on deck or passage, apply to ,
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
febl9 40 Water st.


ON NEW ORLEANS, at sight,
E. C. SCRANTON,
Agent. *.


'Exported since our last,........ 1,571
previously, .... .... .46,983
-:48,554
Stock on hand not cleared, ...... 29,009
FREIGHTS.


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FOR NEW YORK-The fast sailing
barque ST. CLOUD, Davis, master, ha-
ving full cargo engaged and going on
board will have despatchh. For deck freight or
passage, apply to CHAS ROGERS,
feb19 46 Water st.
FOR NEW YORK.-Brig. MAN-
HATTAN, Wm. H. Done, master, will
. meet with despatch. For freight or pas-
sage, apply as above, or to
feb5 NOURSE & STONE, 46 Water st.


HE subscriber, agent for the ,Etna Insurance
Company, of Hartford, Conn., is prepared to
issue policies of Insurance against Fire and loss
or damage on rivers, on favorable terms. The
capital of the above company is large and invested
in the safest possible manner, and its settlement
of losses has always been prompt and liberal.
Dec 25 DAN'L J. DAY, Agent.
THE subscriber, duly appointed agent for the
Protection Insurance Company, of Hartford,
Conn., with full power to receive proposals and
to issue policies on as favorable terms as other
good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or
damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and In-
land risks. The reputation of this company for
settlinglosses with promptitude and liberality is
,well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
dec25 52 Water st.
Agency Bank of Charleston.
HE subscriber, AGENT of the above BANK,
is authorised to purchase Exchange on the
North and Sterling Bills, and to Check on New
York and Charleston.
Ge- Office over D. G. Raney's store, lWater st.
SAMUEL CASSIN.
Apalachicola, Jan. 26th, 1844. jan29 1m
ADVANCES ON COTTON.-The subscriber
will make liberal advancements on shipments
of Cotton, consigned to Messrs. Frederick Huth
& Co., Liverpool. DAVID G. RANEY,
febl9 43 Water street.
ADVANCES ON COTTON.-Liberal advan-
Alces made on cotton for shipment to Liver-
pool, Havre, Boston or New York, by
janl5 HARPER & HOLMES.


ALSO,
Flint Ground Bottom Tumblers.
Do rough ,
Do pressed half-pint "
Britannia capt Lamps, Preserve
Feb. 19, 1844.


Dishes, &c. &c.


PORT OF APALACHICOLA .....Feb. 19.

CLEARED.
Barque Gazelle, Allen, for N York by McKay &
Hartshorne.
Brig R W Brown, Tatem, for N York by W G
Porter & Co.
Schr Octavia Churchill, for N Orleans.
Schr Seminole, Taylor, for New Orleans.
Schr Lioa, Clift, for N Orleans.
ARRIVED.
Ship Glendoveer, Parsons, fm Mobile to D B
Wood & Co.
Ship Martha Washington, Tyler, fmin N York to
McKay & Hartshorne.
Bark St. Cloud, Davis, fm N York to C Rogers.
Bark Mary Kimball, Freetoe, 51 dys fm Havre
to C Rogers.
Brig Falconer, Upton, fm Boston to D B Wood
& Co.
Schr Rodney, Evans, fm Havana to D Goddard.
Schr Cape Cod, Nickerson, fm Havana to T L
Mitchel.
Schr Henry Plantegenet, Beswick, fm Mobile
to Farrior & Co.
Schr Seminole, Taylor, fm N Orleans.
Schr Elizabeth Caroline, Wilson, fm St. Marks.
Steamer Boston, Morton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Gen Sumpter, Thompson, fm Columbus.
Steamer Tallahassee, Marston, fm Columbus.
Steamer Siren, Sharpless, fm Bainbridge,
Steamer Charleston, Wheaton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Steamer Apalachicola, Sutton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Oconee, Greer, fm Columbus.
Steamer Lowell, Niles, fm Columbus.
Steamer Siren, Sharpless. fm Baimbridge.
Barge Adeline, fmin Marianna.

VESSELS IN PORT.
Feb. 19.-Sloops and lighters not included.
SHIPS.
Courtenay, (Br.) Turner, 608 tons, for Liverpool,
waiting-W A & P C Kain.
England, (Br) Boothby, fm Marseilles, waiting-
W A & P C Kain.
Martha Washington, Tyler, 472 tons, for N York,
loading-McKay & Hartshorne.
SylvaniusJenkins, Everleigh, 547tons, for NYork,
loading-W A & P C Kain.
Ceylon, Cook, 423 tons, for New York, loading-
Chas Rogers.
Troy, Hills, 525 tons, waiting-I M Wright.
Ocean, Willard, 566 tons, for N York, loading-
Kimbrough & Ridgway.
Rothschild (Br) Fell, 647 tons, for freight or char-
ter-Master.
Glendoveer, Parsons, 495 tons-D B Wood & Co.
Lyons, Ryan, 437 tons, waiting-Master
BARQUES.
Mary Kimball, Freetoe, 372 tons, for N York, load-
ing-C Rogers and E P Butts.
Globe, Brasier, 317 tons, for N York, loading-
Chas Rogers.
Br. Robert Watt, Johnson, 491 tons, for Liverpool,
Swaiting-J Day & Co. ,
St Cloud, Davis, 299 tons, for New York, load-
ing-Chas Rogers.
Hebron, Woodbury, 296 tons, for N York, load-
ing-
BRIGS.
Acton, Lambert, 201 tons, for New York, load-
ing-W A Wood.
Paragon, Brayton, 240 tons, for Providence, load-
ing-T L Mitchel.
Falconer, Upton, 251 tons, for Boston, loading-
D B Wood & Co.
Alabama, Dudley, 348 tons, fm New York, load-
ing-W G Porter & Co.
Manhattan, Doane, 246 tons, from N York, load-
ing-Nourse & Stone.
SCHOONERS.
Massasoit, Draper, for Havana, via. Key West,
ready for sea-B Ellison & Co.
Gen'l. Wm Washington, Jenkins, 47 tons, for
Havana, via. Key West, loading-H Hodges.
Sophia, Haley, for Mobile, loading-W A Wood.
Henry Plantegenet, Beswick, fm Mobile, wait.
ing-Farrior & Co.
Capr Cod, Nickerson, 49 tons, waiting-Master.
Rodney, Evans, 56 tons, waiting-D Goddard.


ADVANCES 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.

A MERICAN r OLD.-For sale in sums to suit
purchasers, by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
jan29 41 Water st.


FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-
i The super, fast-sailing copper-fastened
new and substantial schr. H. PLAeTA-
GENET, Capt. Beswick, is ready for sea% for
terms apply on board opposite Farrior & Co.,,
febl9 JAS.. F. 'FARRIQR.
--- FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
^The fast sailing Br. ship ROTHSCHILD,
apply to (febl2) H B FELL.
FOR SALE-The fast sailing, sloop
NEW YORK, of light draft of water;
well found, &c., apply to t
febl2 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.
Steamer Charleston.
THE new, splendid and fast
[ running steamer CHARLESTON,
4 Freeman, Master, will, in conec-
nection with the LowELr,, make
regular semi-weekly trips between, Eufaula and
Apalachicola, and all intermediate! landings, and
when the condition of the river will warrant will
run to Columbus.
The Charleston is neatly arranged for, the com-
fort and convenience of passengers,- and withal,
is a large, well built craft, capable of carrying,as
much freight, with perfect safety,,as any, boat on
the Chattahoochee, and can afford to do it as
cheaply. For freight or passage, apply to either
JOHN M. MOORE, ,
WM. A. SCANDRETT &.Co.,
SAgents Eufaula.
MOORE & McKENZIE,
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
febl9 Agents Apalaehicola.


G ROCERIES.-Landing from Schr Boston.
V 175 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.


44 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;
Mantle 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-
fully invited to call and examine for themselves,
as only thus can they decide on our workmanship
,b3 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.
8C| The Marble Yard is on Commerce street,
immediately in the rear of McKay & Hartshorne's
store. One member of the firm will be in con-
stant attendance, feb5 tf


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Town Property for Sale.
OT No. 2, in block B., first range, in 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


G ARDEN SEED.-Weathersfied fresh Seeds,
just received and for sale by
febl! BARNARD ELLIS, 28 Water st.


TRUNKS.-Iron Bound,: Leather and Hoit,
Tunks, for sale;low-by'
febl2 N MILLER, 45 afterr s4'


ATS.-30 bbl Oats, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.


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N OTICE-Six weeks after date I shall apply
_ 4to 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. W. HAMMOND.
A achicola, Jan. 1st, 1844. jan1 5t
OTICE-Six weeks after date I will appN
etl to the Honorable the Judge of the Count,
Court for the county of Franklin, for letteri,-'of
Administration on the estate of Amory Rogers,
deceased, and for letters of Administration de
bonis non" on the estate of John Locke, deceased.
RAPHAEL J. MOSES.
Apalachicola, January 1, 1844.
N OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall pp
to the Honorable Judge of the County rt
of Jackson county, for letters of dissmissioar r
the administration of the estate of John S. Ratf
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 of
said county, deceased.
S. H. HARTSHORNE,
Nov. 30, 1843. 45 Administrator.
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.
H. B. STONE, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. 6m


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NOCICES.


U. S. MARSHAL'S SALES.


MANSION HOUSE.
THIS establishment 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-
<, ed. Feeling grateful for former liberal patron-
the subscriber hopes to merit its continuance.
BENJ'N HURD.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 tf__
APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE.
T HE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that
L the above Establishment has been entirely re-
fitted, and is now open for the reception of per-
manent and transient 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 will continue to sustain him.
HEZ SMITH.
Apalachieola, Dec. 18th, 1843. decl8 tf


U. S. Marshal's Sale.
BY virtue of three writs of 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 andf
Trust Company, I will offer for sale at.uibli
outcry, at the court house door in the city ot' Af-
lachicola, at'10 o'clock, a. min., on the first Mon; hy
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 iW,:- of the South-
ern Life Insurance and Trust Company in Apa-
lachicola. ROBT. MYERS,
U. S. Marshal dist. Apalachicola.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23d, 1843. jan29 Im
U. S. Marshal Sale.
Y virtue of a writ of pluries fi. fa. issued from
Jackson Superior Court, to rue directed, in
favor of Samuel St John vs. Bank of Pensacola,
I have levied on the following properly 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 Wm. 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. tfeb5 1m


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 Henry Beadle, deceased.
JAMES GIBSON.
SApalachicola, Feb. 10th, 1844. febl2 6t
NOTICE.-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.
R. J. MOSES.
Apalachicola, Feb. 12th, 1844. fel2 6w


HOAHOUND CADY.
ITS POWER IS UNIVERSAL.
"For the angel of death spread his wings on the
blast,, I
And breathed in the face of mankind as he passed "
REMEMBER
That the first symptoms of sickness, complaint or
disease has an origin which requires but little at'
tention t6 overthrow the first cause of illness.
NEGLECT
At this season of the year when the organic state
of the body opens the system in a premonitory
way for the speedy gathering of matters which
end in CAUSES beyond the approacli of medi
dine, and finally terminates in DEATH.
How necessary is it then that mankind should
become aware of the safeguard which can be`
thrown around them at a moments notice, when
attacked by CHILLS, COUGHS, and COLDS.
Simple as such complaints may appear at first
sight, they are the mere precursors of that disease
which ends in CONSUMPTION.
Why then will people be blind as to the proper
course which they should pursue when the An.'
gel of death spreads his wings on the blast."
Awake at once to the necessity of preserving'
life and health, if you have a severe cold, fly to
that famous remedy, and use
J. PEASE & SON'S
Compound extract of Hoarhound, now recog-
nized as the only curative in preventing Con-
sumption.
Its merit is testified by thousands, and thq whole
United States bear record of its virtues. Sold
wholesale and retail by J. Pease & Son.
For s:le by B. S. HAWLEY, Sole itgenf.


IOTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
Sto the Honorable Judge of the County Court
f Franklin: county, for letters of administration
n the estate of MARY A. SCOTT, late of said
>unty, deceased E. J. WOOD.
Apalacahicola, Jan. 17th, 1844. jan22 6w


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 up, 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.
W, 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. febE5 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 1'o1w-
in_ property, being in the City of Apalachico,,
and known and designated on a plan of said t
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. jan-22 Im
U. S. Marshal Sale.
BY 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, antd 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 Watei street and the
same on Commerce street in one body, part of
four lots in the plan of said city aforesaid, to-
gether with all and singular the improvements,
buildings and appurtenances thereto belonging,
as the property of the said Jno. W. Rinaldi, and
shall expose the same for sale at public outcry
before the Court House door in the city of Apala-
chicola, at 11 o'clock, a. m., on-the first Monday
in March next, to the highest bidder for cash, to
satisfy said mortgage.
ROBERT MYERS, Marshal.
Apalachicol, Jan. 17th, 1844. jpn22 lm


Rates of Whartage.
ITHE following are the Rates of Wharfage on
Small Cotton, Merchandise, &c. landed or ship.
ped from the Wharf at this Port:
On Cotton, per bale, landed........61 cents.
On shipped ......6 ',
On Goods per barrel, landed, (esti-
mating five cubic feet or 200 lbs.
nett, equal to a barrel,)........3 "
On Goods, per barrel, shipped....3 "
Salt, per sack, landed......... 3 "
shipped........ 3 "
Wood, per cord............. 25 "
Lumber, per M feet.........50 "
Bricks, per M..............50 "
Shingles, per M............124 "
SSacks of meal, corn, oats, or
other merchandise, containing
not more than three bushels...2 "
All lumber, salt or merchandise, shipped on
board vessels or steam-boats, from other vessels,
steamboats or rafts, lying at the wharf, will be
charged one wharfage only.
, Wharfage on cotton, or other merchandise land-
ed, to be paid by the consignee; and when ship-
ped by the party taking the bill of Lading.
All goods and merchandise not enumerated-
above will be charged at corresponding rates.
Vessels, lighters and steamboats, lying at the-
Wharf, and not receiving or discharging cargo,
will be required to pay for the use of the berth the'
sum of two dollars and fifty cents per day, and to'
give way to vessels or boats landing or discharging.-
The following Article of the Regulations of the
Apalachicola Qhamber of Commerce, will be'
strictly adhered to:-
Consignees of cotton shall be allowed three
days for their cotton to remain on the wharf, and!
purchasers two days, without incurring extra
wharfage. If after notification by the wharfinger,
they allow it to remain a longer time, theyv-shall
incur an extra wharfage of 61 cents per bale, for
every twenty-four hours that it rAnains thereat'-
ter. Wood and lumber shall not be allowed t(v
remain more than twenty-four hours without in-
curring an extra wharfage for twenty-four hours'
thereafter."
All bills will be presented monthly for collec--
tion. NOURSE & STONE.
Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1843. tf
Beady Made Clothing !
S B. HAMILTON, No. 47 Water street,-is'
o constantly receiving an addition to his stodk.
of CLOTHING,
Consisting of Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushilng-
.Over Coats;
Gent's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing Froced
Coats;
Gent's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Fhlishing Office'
Coats.
Blue, blitck green and invisible green, Frodk'
and Dress Coats.
Kentucky Jeans Frock and Dress Coats.
PANTALOONS.
Blie, black and fancy colored Cloth and Cass,
Pants.
Diagonal and fig'd French Cassimere.
VESTS:
Cloth, Cassimere and Cashmere Vests;
Silk and Woolen Velvet do.
SHIRTS:
White Muslin and Linen Shirts;
Colored do. do. do.
Ipswich, Lamb's Wool and Merino Shirts;
do. do. do. do. Drawers;
Woolen and Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers';-
Stocks, Scarfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, and
Hosiery ;
DRESSING GOWNS.
Dressing or Morning Gowns.
HATS AND CAPS.
SA great variety of Gentlemens and Boys Hats and
Caps.
W- The above goods will be sold very low for
cash. dc7


Franklin Superior Court.
to Spring Term, 1844.
Raphael J. Moses, ATTACHMENT $302 20.
VS.ATDamagesT $00..
WilliamTilley. Damage ..
T HE defendant and all others interested, will
l please take notice of the institution of this
suit by attachment, and appear and plead to the
same according to law. R. J. MOSES,
Apalachicola, Jan. 30th, 1844. feb5 3m


PHOENIX HOUSE.
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-
vise.
OYSTERS, and every other delicacy which
may be wanted for refreshment, can be had at any
hour.
Arrangements have been made so that perma-
nent and transient BOARDERS can be as well
accommodated as at any other house in the city,
and the prices are in keeping with the times.
TERMS:
Board and Lodging, per week,........ $7 00
Board, per week,...... ................. 5 00
Board, per day,...................... ..1 00
Single m eal,.... ....... ................. 50
Lodging, ............................ .. ... 50
Nov. 20 41 tf W.H. KELTON
Ready Hade Clothing I
N a MILLER & CO., 45 Wa-
ter street, have just receiv-
ed per late arrivals, a general as-
sortment of NEW and FASH-
IONABLE READY MADE
CLOTHING, consisting of Over
C oats-Sacks--Surtouts--Pants--
Vests, &c., &c., as follows.
r . Cloth, Beaver, Flushing and
....... Satinet Over Coats;
Plain black, blue, brown and invisible green
Frock and Dress Coats;
Cloth, cassimere and flushing Sack Coats;
Cloth, cassimere and sattinet Pants of different
colors and patterns;
Plain and figured silk, satin, valencia and cassi-
mere vests;
White muslin 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


In Jackson Superior Court.
James Boon,
vs. BILL FOR DIVORCE.
Piety Boon.
N 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
matters therein contained decreed accordingly.
BENJ. G. ALDERMAN, Clerk.
YONGE & TAYLOR, Comrpt's SoPl's.
Marianna, Dec. 7, 1843. decll lw3m


Franklin Superior Court.
William Lawrence, Compl't,) Bill for Divorce.
vs8 December Term,
Elizabeth Lawrence, Def't. c 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
Court that the defendant do appear here on or be-
fore the expiration of three calendar month from the
date hereof, and answer the complainant's bill of
complaint, or the same will he taken pro cpnfesso.
And it is further ordered that a copy of this order
be published in the Commercial Advertiser for
three months consecutively.
(Copy.) Teste, GEO. F. BALTZELL,
MIOSES, Solicitor. Clerk.


OTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Hoaorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from
the estate of Willis Yon, deceased.
A. G. SMITH, Administrator.
Apalachicola, Nov 11, 1843. nl'l 6m


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NOTICE.--All persons having claims against
Frederick L Ming, 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 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.
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


Franklin Superior Court.
Maria Fredericks, IN EQUITY,
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Daniel M. A. Buschendorf.
O N reading the foregoing petition, and it ap-
pearing that Daniel M. A. Buschendorf re-
sides beyond the limits of this Territory-It is
Ordered, that a hearing be had before me on the
facts, as charged in the petition, on the second
Monday of March, 1844, at Apalachicola, in the
County of Franklin, and that this order bcf pub-
lished in one of the public nexspipers in tais
Territory, for the space of three months before
the time aforesaid.
S. W. CARMACK,
Judge Apalachicola District.
HAWKINs, Solicitor.
Apalachicola, Nov. 27, 1843. 44-3m
Franklin Superior Court.
John Banks,
vs. ATTACHMENT
Benjamin W. Walker and for $9850 00
John H. Watson, execu- Returnable to De-
tors of the last Will and member Term,
Testament of James C. 1843.
Watson, deceased.
THE defendants and the hairs of Jas. C. Wat-
son, deceased, and all others interested are
hereby notified of the institution of the above suit,
and they are required to appear and plead ac-
cording to law.
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Nov. 11 41 3m Atty's for PI'tf


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
havw lovicd on Lots numbers (5) five, and (13)
,thirteen, block D., in the City of Apalachicola,
and known as lots Nos. (5) five and (13) thirtden,
block D., front range, in a plan of said City, to-
gether with all the buildings and improvements
thereto pertaining and belonging, and 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 Apalachicola on the first Mon-
day in March next., at 11 o'clock, a. m., to the
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said fi. fa.
ROB'T. MYERS, Marshal.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23d, 1844. jan29 lmn
U. S. llarshal Sale.
Y virtue of an alias fi. fa., issued from the
Superior Court of Franklin county in favor of
Bank of Pensacoli, vs. Benjamin Brown, to me
directed, I hrave this day levied oa 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 in
March next, at 11 o'clock, a. m., to the highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said f. tfa. Property
pointed out by pla'fl att'y as the property of sid
Brown. ROB'T 2 MYERS, M)rshal.
Apalachicola, Jan. 24th, 1844. jan29 lm


Fashionable Clothing.
TUST received per brig R. W.
,J tBrown, from N. York, a large
and splendid assortment of FASH-
lIONABLE WINTER & SPRING
CLOTHING, consisting of fine
Cloth Dress and Frock Coats ;
Figured and plain Silk, Satin,
and Valencia Vests;
(i. ~Blue, 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.


J. Stevenson & Co.
O. 45 Water street, and one door East of the
Post Office, on Chestnut street-offer for sale
a large and general assortment of Fancy and Sta-
ple Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Bonnetts, Boots, Shoes,
and various articles, consisting in part of-
Black and blue cloths, cassimere and vesting,
Sattinetts and Kentucky Jeans,
Mouseline Delaines, Chusans and Alpaccas,
Rich fig'd and strip'd Dress Silks,
Blue, bl'k and rich fig'd Sattins,
Earlston, Manchester & domestic Ghinghams,
Embroid'd Merino, knit and pl'd wl'n shawls,
Mouseline Delaine and fancy silk do.
Jackonett, plaid, book and swiss Muslins,
Flannels, negro blankets and Kerseys,
12-4 Linen and cotton long cloth sheeting,
Foreign and Domestic Prints, a great variety,
5-1, 41-4, 7-8, 3-4 br'wn shirtings and sheetings,
do. do. bleached do do.
Lowell, M-inchester and other cotton osnaburgs,
Heavy Lowell and Stark Mills Drilling,
Woollen and cotton hosery,
Gloves, combs, hair-brushes, fancy baskets,
Boxes, cologne, toys, etc. etc.
Florence braId, brilliant and other Bonnets,
Russia, Rabbit-silk and other Hats,
An assortment of Boots and Shoes. dec14


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D. H. Pallais,
WATCH-MAKER, FORMERLY OF MOBILE.
S^ f HAS determined toestablish him-
-/ .7,/. self permanently in this city, and
Sa .iis -, ~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. CA.Ro, Esq.
Apalachicola, Sept 16, 1843. 33 tf

L. A. LeGay,
(AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,)
COLUMBTJS, GEORGIA.
4-c. fTAKES this method of inform-
^ I6 "-.: ing the public, that he has just
p 4te' returned from New York, with a
new and splendid assortment of
JEWELRY,
Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a
new pattern of beautiful Breastpins-among them
some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and
Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold
and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob
Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Mantle
Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which hlie 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, 1813, 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


Warehouse Charges adopted by
tVe Cotton Presses.
C 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
receipt until delivered to lighter or vessel. Cot-
ton changing hands will in all cases be liable to
new storage from date of order inclusive. Turn-
ing out for sampling or weighing and re-storing
same, 8 cents per bale. Wantages to be assessed
by the press when the cotton comes in and the
amount assessed endorsed on the face of the re-
ceipt.
All cottons are 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
12t cents per rope, and all bagging at the rate of
25 cents per yard.


Boot and Shoe 1Making. .
STHOMAS CLARK having remorn,
01 to the Store formerly occupied by ,;-
l sepl Schrodt, respectfully informs CfI'
fl1 k citizens of Apalachicola, and the u.'
country that he will attend to the above business
in all its branches. French calf skin Boots mad(--
to order. He has also on hand a supply of Frenchi
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.
Roberts, Allen & Co.,
AVE on hand and for sale:
6bheet and bar Iron; Elacksmith's Tools;;
German, English Blister and Cast-steel;
Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 galls;.
Hollow Ware, wholesale and retail;,
Wrought and fut Spikes; Nails;
A -.&... T T.- ..- ,


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


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


R READY MADE CLOTHING.-Just received
from New York, a large and general assort-
ment of Ready Made Clothing.
S B HAMILTON,
jan22 47 Water street.

HATS.-Just received per brig Mary from
New York, a few dozen fine CASSIMERE
Hats, latest fashion, a beautiful article.
For sale by SB HAMILTON,
jan22 47 Water street.


W M. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large
and well selected stock of DRY GOODS,
consisting of*:-
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys;
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
Foieian and Domestic Prints;,
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ;
Shirtings;
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other article in their line adapted
to the country trade. dec4 y
O ATS.-50 bbis Oats, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water At.


A. DOWNER, Jdgent
for the Screw Press.
C. WILSON, Hydraulic Press.
H. G. GUYON,
Florida Lever Press.
la, Dec. 1st, 1843. d7 tf


WESTERN PRODUCE.-100 bbls Flour;
80 bbis Whiskey;
38 do Pork.
Now landing before our store and for sale low
for cash by FARRIOR & CO.,
jan22 144 Water st.


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Receiver's Sale.
Benjamin F. Nourse, adminis- l
trator, (de bonis non,) of es-
tate of 0 C Raymond, dec'd
complainant. IN CHANCERY
VS. I
Abraham K Allison, surviving
partner, Barker, et al. J .
IN pursuance of a decretal order, made in the
above named cause, December 7th, 1843, by the
Honorable Judge of the Superior Court in and for
Franklin County, sitting as a Court of Equity, and
by virtue of the powers thereby vested in me, I
shall on Saturday the second day of March next,
p proceed to sell at Public Auction to the highest
bidder, the following described property to wit:
Lot No. (5) five, in block D 1., situated on
Water street, in the City of Apalachicola, thirty
feet front by eighty feet deep, having thereon a
brick store of three stories.
Also, Lot No. (13) thirteen, in block D 1., situa-
ted on Commerce street in said city, thirty feet
front by eighty deep, having thereon a brick build-
ing of one story, known as the "Phoenix House."
The 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
six, 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
shall be all paid.
BENJ. F. NOURSE, Receiver.
M. A. MYERS, Auctioneer.
Apalachicola, Jan. 1st, 1844. jyl 3mi
Territory of Florida.
JACKSON COUNTY.
In 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
hereby notified of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, and required to appear and
plead to the same as the law directs.
HORACE ELY, Plaintiff.
Marianna, January 30th, 1844. feb5 3m


'OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall'apply
1 to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
Jackson county, for letters of administration
Sthe estate of William O. Kenan, late of said
>unty, deceased. JOHN TANNER.
Marianna, Jan. 30th, 1844. feb5 6w


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NOTICE-JOHN LUTCAS, Inspector and me
surer of Lumber for Franklin county-hop
to merit and receive a share of patronage.
dec4tf
N OTICE.-T'he Subscriber having been a
pointed INSPECTOR OF LUMBER for t
County of Franklin, will be thankful for a sha
of the public patronage.
H W TERRY.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1843. Pl 1m


B.rass Andiro*ss; 1ire irons;-
Platform Sceales, Beams and Ballances;-
Tin Ware of all kinds, .wholesale & retail.
Also, a general assortment of Hardware.
They are also prepared to attend to any orders
for Iron or Brass Castings, Blackemithing, 2 in,,
Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin-and Copper"
Roofing on reasonable terms. janl -.y
S AEGRS.-30,000 first quality Havana Seggu.
For sale by T L MITCHEL,
jan22 43 Water at.


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: third story Bxltzell's Buildings, corner of PHILANDER KIMK\LL. Proprietor. The joys that have fled, interest by holding it 'for a time, it would always to make laws which will confine his

CJtDIIlercc & Chestnut: streets, Though sweeter and fleeter be loaned or used the first safe opportunity, there- fellow man in prison for life, or even take the life

DOLLARS PER ANNUM Andrew. Cooke, Than fresh odors shed fore the better the currency is regulated and the which no earthly power can restore; jet he is 1
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*T THREE I.': ADVANCE. COMMISSION MERCHANT Or the bright chalice cup hid more readily remittances are made, the less quantity not willing to trust the Government to hold the

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advertneiaenfi Ara Stilt without any speal : Columbus O'er the gems of the past, From the first settlement in this country :at to submit to its regulations and laws, or

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/published: UNTIL FORBID; they will there- Win. G. Porter & Forget not-regret not:' improvement after improvement which are f
Co.
be coatiaued( .it-o-Jr discretion, and charged should now left to their descendants. This generation OF MANUFACTURE.We .
lire DEALERS IX: GOODS: AND COMMISSION Why we regret, I r
,:cordin totieforeg'! iig; rate MERCHANTS. While one star remains, i is adding still more for those who shall succeedus. obtained last week at the East the annual ,
of which; the term of That another has set 1 We shall leave to them an immense agricul
ei'il Advertisements puhoatiol No.
... -11 Water Street, exhibit ot; the condition of the manufactories of }.
: is :ixed by law: will only be excepted nov25ly ApalarMcola, Fla.iic&ay And though all may have faded, tural interest, in well cultivated, well Ienced Lowell, embodying facts which we think will ;
the bare rule. Others brighter by far, : farms with comfortable dwellings. We have also
oai interest readers.
our
ho-w wio advertise: ; by the year a liberal dis- & Iartsionic, Through the gloom may arise built large cities or. our seaboard, as well as hundreds There are eleven regular Manufacturing Com ,
Than our once worsnip'd star. :
ju.il will 3t rn .de ; but M advertisements not COM.1IiSSION: M ERe H ANT S of cities and villages throughout the coun- I, panies in Lowell, including the Locks and Canals f
their business No. 40 Water street try. In addition to these we have made roads,
(lied: perUinmj; to. own as Forget not-regret not- ," or water-privilege Company, which was
irell zi all legal advertisements sent in by them, _noel \palaciicola! Florida. Life's lessons should be railroad and canals, ships to navigate every sea incorporated in IiI: but did not commence
at the usual rates. Like the stars that are hung on the globe, and all these have been made by operations
ill be charged : till IS'22 which be
the
W. A. A P. C. Kaiii may regarded as ,
of candidates for office( will O'er the limitless sea- the surplus labor of this generation and of thu e
announcement tear of the foundation of Lowell Before that
the COMMISSION MERCHANTS, A guide to our path which have preceded u:* since thedico'ey;: of
:ay-ibie M all case. ri :advance.: Apuhchicula.Liberal To lead us and bind us: : benefit country of those who shall fellow us. Docs it netseem I! by two or lhre families of boatmen and fishermen '

CtlnmUllCdtlO:1i."h: ?ll :admissible,) of a advances made Cotton toLiverpool To Virtue again. and not worth ten dollars per acre, including '
on
shipped : reasonable that, as a country old, the
ersonal ind.vd'iil: : nature, or puffs of new : grows
nr thins it. The Merrimac Company
New York and every upon
Boston and also in
,
them
furnished
people, having so things by
1\'entil'lI!I, g')ode *;ic", will bo charged for as store. novl USURY ; THE EVIL AND THE RE IEDY. many commenced business the next year, and no
Jvorti'iitf'is, at our discretion.: _____ __ly__u the labor of preceding ages, should be well presided other until the Tariff of 1S24 was passed. In lE

'_ -.,_.&era_.,.,, .."....s_ ... .4 -. ; JEKEMIAH: DAY. DANIEL J. DAYi BY GODEK GARDWELL.CHAPTER with every necessary of life, especially if 1525; the Hamilton Company started ; in 1828
they should continue to labor, not only for their
CARDS. J. Day & Co., the Appleton and Lowell; in 1S30, the Middlesex -
XIII- but for the benefit of those who are
own support
COMMISSION: MERCHANTS l in 1532, the Suffolk and Tremont in
Of the value of derived from its to s'iccced them ? But what do we beheld in theoldest ; ; 1833,
._ Money as use.
--.------- l\0.52 Water street ( '
-- ---- -- --- u U the Law rence in 1S36, the Boot: and in 1S40 the l
Jlichaei A. flyers, janSly Apalachicola Fla. Many people seem fearful that money wouldbe most civilised, and, so called, chrtstiannations :Massachusetts, being -the last. These eleven .'

CTION .\.\U COMMISSION MERCHANT, : at too low a rate of interest, and the capitalist ? We see a small number of people who companies employ an aggregate capital of $10-:
Harper & Holmes
2\ J. 'J3 ,\ ate street, i would sufler! as they imagine they could not lend l : engross nearly the whole of the surplus earnings i OOOU, employing 6,295 females, and 2.345:
COM M IS ION MEltt.i-IANT
of former and those of the
generations, presentalso
:ale Days: -WEDNESDAYS: and SATURDAYS. I their money at such a rate as to remunerate them males. Besides these, there are in Lowell extensive
_. No. 51 Water str..'t t, without to
earning any thing or laboring
-- ---- -- fur its but I would ask what
use ; permanent pro- Powder Mills, a Flannel Mill Blanket Mill
;
l > A. F. PALMS jan29 Ajul.ichicoU! I''la.David produce the least thing for their own sustenance
::
WAUD iu. perty there is in the country, which is the pro- Bolting Mill, Foundry Mill
Paper ,
-- -- -- -- Bleachery;
--- ---
ward Dill & Co. or that of their fellow-men, yet enjoying all the
So duct of labor that will three
now pay over percent Cord and Whip Factory, Machine Reed
G. Plaining
Harley,
CTiON & CO.MM.SSION: ) MERCHANTS, interest on its original cost, from the luxuries of the land. We see a second cbs who
year Machine, Grist and Saw Mills
CODlIS5IUFUHARVLj; \IERCIIAXT.ASlJ employing a capital : ,
No. Water Ariculi'uralInttrest labor, pp duce, and have a comfortable support ;
street.
J I lJiALliii[ IX GOObS, 1530 to 1837 ? If we take the whole : of S.jOOO/JO( / and 500 workmen, making the
Liberal advances made on all consignments, No. -i3 Water street.jan29tln of the nation, after paying and deductingthe and again another: class, much larger than both whole manufacturing capital of Lowell eleven
iial bU i..i fntruste,1 to them will be the fo-rrr.cr. who toil early and late, clothed in
:LU':: Apdlachicola FLi. present prices of labor, the necessary early h' million, two hundred thousand dollars
pr jnpiy dtteuilt to : of keeping fences and buildings in good rags, fed with the most scanty food, have little or employing
expenses ; over nine thousand men and
i fer to-LsNI.c il : \i, tf.'Sten. D. B. Wood &: Co., taxes insurance & what : no mental or moral: culture, and no time to improve women.
.
repair, paying .c., use or The ten principal Manufactories i
CAUY Coot, Purtl iud, Me. COMMISSION ;AiERCHANTTS.No. interest would be left on the farms, taking thewhole I' themselves if disposed: to do so, dragging have 33 Mills beside print-works already designated
: ,
;. C. WmrriTR, Hailowell.itnlvhicol 29 W\ter jtreet.jinl country together ? I think it doubtful 'I. out a miserable existence, often in want of f'cd to run
Looms ar.d
.i. :\'].:. -?')- lylAMTACTJilEil : Apjl.ichicola; Fla. whether there would be left on the past five years i sustain life, yet these are the men who feed and 0,194; of Cloth 201,070 Spindles, prcducing R
-------- B. Ellison & Co. I clothe the rich, enduring all these hardships to 1,42-3,500 yards per week or 74,141,600
Ii; nI, "'., an interest of two-perhaps not of one per cent. ithin the year 1S43. The Cotton fabricated by i
DEALERS IN GOODS I enable them to live in luxury.If I ,
( AM DEALER lC..1H.l' MISCELLANEOUS But suppose a fair and just compensation were them during the year was 2S50,000lbs. A
AND COMMISSION: : MERCHANTS, for the labor and at this future time when (
: FUilMTUiiE. paid expended Agriculture day, or any so pound of Cotton will 3 1-5 yards: of
S... '\ 42 Water Street No. 33 Water street, I doubt whether there would be any thing left fur many improvements: are left by our ancestors tor Cloth average ;
Up irs, ') ; dcl ly Apalachicola, Fla. ; 100 pounds of Cotton will make 89 Ibs of t
,'cH 1 v AJM'.H'! ,j'mcola.S. the capital invested in the Agriculture of the our benefit, a person be born without being heirto Cloth. A loom will average on No. 14 44 '
I E. It. 1''I.E VELLEN: M M. Burr. country; and I would ask why this money should any cf these improvements, and have nothing of yarn
yards Cloth per day ; on No. :CO] 30 yards. Of
U. Ybr 2 3fJJU yards week made !
::.\LEf< IX KCADY MADE CLOTHING, FACTORS & COMMISSION the money has been paid, aid why it should with the necessaries of life, should he not be able by the Merrimac and Hamilton per Companies.are The I

No. -i7 Water street, MERCHANTS.No. yield a better profit, and leave the all-important: by his labor to make a comfortable living, a surplus Middlesex makes I'UOO' yards Cass imeres, 1,800
'.eel ly .'ipaaci ir. la, Fla. 2 Columbus Block interest of the nation to suffer ? The capitalists: !: beside, and have time for mental and moral of Broadcloths / >
per week! using: 1,000,000 poundsof
Apdidcnicola, Fla. 1 will say that they have made but little during culture ? If this cannot be the case, ue have '\\. ar.d
i. 31il2cr A Co. 3,000,000 Ibs. cf Teasels annum:
(JTJ-: Liberal advance; mad on Cotton shippedto these hard times-that all their real estate is diminished legislated unwisely and entailed an evil instead ofa : per
.J.ER3 IN CLUTIUXCI j, ours, SHOES, New York, Liverpool or Havre. d256nhin1Uroelgh : The Lowell makes 2,:>00 yards of Carpets, and
in value, and they have been obliged to blessing '.In posterity, and we ought to seek
HATCorner .:, &:. 150 of Rugs week, besides 55,000 of Cottons:
--- per s
take a great deal of this trash in collecting their until te! error> be found and corrected. I believe
Water id C.,-snut: streets, & Flannels are made at the Hamilton
: Kidgway
Sheetings
debts, and then they will reckon their real estate I all will admit that four or five hours' labor each
.A'u.lacii.-:: \ novl ly COMMISSION:: AM i) FORWARDINGMERCH arid Shirtings; at: nearly all, with Drillings, Print ,
it the [prices at ,which it will pay an interest of day, f r MX days in a week, will produce as much
ing Cloths, &.c" at !. I
\\TS. severe
Ja.s. I*. Francis, sip i or sf-ven percent. on its cost: in this waj acts ur..v: pr- duced in any civilised nation, pro- The i
Apahchico a, Florida. t h to make it that have vided each individual who able average wages paid to the Females, young .t
:::SRCHAN]TAILUR & CLOTHIER \v try appear they, ton, ; was to work and old i,7a
experienced and
.\'j :vi--Ji: tiow.nj. llrlr.Riomston t>t.NJVWYORK. WM.:: II.. KIMBROL-JH.: f made nothing: by these disasters, for they e tinateevery' j I should dn his (halt ; hence, if a family work ten or per week beyond the cost inexperienced of board is Males$?
J: iiuctrAY. S ; to
novl lyJaiues JHi thing: by the cash standard of value : when twelve hour in a day: they should produce a ;
84,20 week about
--- -- --- Liberal advanc'- inule on Cotton consigned( to the dollar will now buy from two to ten times as hand fie surplus[ ; for with the present production per or SlS per month beyond
the c"st of board.! The
1:'. Farrior, our friends in Ne.v York, Boston, Liverpool or touch as it would some seven years ago, and hence in this country the surplus i is encnruuset in payments are all made i

,nr YltJtX!) NOTARY PUBLIC, Havre. decl ly the dollar is \\"orth:1Illuch: more as the increased I we have tn.'ny hundred thousands of people out i ."cash, amounting: to $150JOOO: per month.=JV" l

ApalaciiicoU, la.hy quantity of property which may be purchasedwith of einplmi! :.cat. and many thousand more triplnyfd I r. Tribmmc. \ I

> aUvivs !); fou id Jt in.-; ');f-e of Farrior & T. II. & C. S5. Austin, it. When our nation again prospers, it will in r
N' -i vTdter "t. He w/iU respectfully sot COMMISSION; : MERCHANTS 3f found thr.t these moneyed capitalists; have added would be much better for the community if they GOVERNORS OF THE STATES.

the 1J.tr'r.i. of his Jne.ids and ac:Iuatn- No. "J) Water street, !greatly to their wealth, and have taken every f would stop I heir gambling, even if people were Stares Governors. SalarY. i

.-ces. dec:'!:) Albdirnb.;! dollar of their enormous accumulation unjustly taxed directly i for+ their support. :Maine-..Hugh J. Anderson$1,500

Liberal advances mad on Cotton shipped to from<> the honest industry of the people and givenno All these Hardships could not arise without an N Hampshire..HenryHubbard,..... .1,000 '
Wtel Sydney Green, 31. D. Massachu=eus.Geo. N. Briggs,*.... ..2,500
New York. novl ly equivalent for it. adequate cause! ; I think I have shown that the
of Rhode hland ..Ja51 Fenn .... ......
mis ,
tR. GitCE tat;-': opportunity expressing r, .400
To show the of I will here evil exists with }.
operation money, entirely 1 e MONETARY SYSTEM, Connecticut .. ..
his latitude t;> his patrons; and to assure C F. Cle-reland.1000 '
.%n that it feu-ill-- hi- CCIIH sat endeavor to ren- Thos. L. Jlitchel, state what one thousand dollars in a given time and can only be remedied by the Government of Vermont,. ..... ..John.Mattocks,*........750

himself more U-tfollw :ub, ,..rof'siun.on COMMISSION:: :; &. F
':ffiCl Ontrf, 11r'l' .r -;trPPt dpc2.j MERCHANT.No. : { A. b-ns from H. on the first day of May, good the ue of money, so as at all times to be able New Jersey,.,.. Daniel Haines.... ... .2JOOO:
33 Water s>t. Apalachicola.dec7 for :-;1,00'J, mId gives B. his note at six months in themselves to supply all which may be naded Pennsylvania.David R. Porter.4,000

A C=,rd. ly payment. On the second of May A. again buts. for the busi! ;ess of a nation, so that no combination Delaware, ..... .." m. B.. Cooper,*". ....1,333:

OCT. s.r.. SPE.N'Ci'.U his removed his of B. 1,000 worth, and gives his note at six of the rich to hoard their would enable Maryland[ ,. ... Francis Thomas,..... .4,200

) u.rke: to the / It/ell Uuildings! second ll-w.r, Dodge V Gardner, months in payment. On the third he buys the them to disturb the useful money business::; oi ll1ecountn" Virginia,..., .....J ai; McDowell,.. .... ..3,3334
!, & Cnl.\Il Si j MERCHANTS North Carolina,. .John M. Morehead *.. '
rx tie store)1 1 NM'lkr: & Co. E.itrarice fnimbtre + GROCERS amount and .2,000I
same so continues to buy daily for
No 4J Wdicrirtt, South Carolina.Jas. H. Hammond,. .. 8,000
t tut: ,-t. llrejiti.'nre! is on Live dolt d?c3 Ahlichiccla, Fla. six months in succession, $IooU wc"!th ot goods, I know the moneyed capitalists will say that I Georgia,. .... ..Gep. \V CrawfoId,*...3OC r.

t -..et, formerly tie r--::..d.-ice: cf ChirU' Rocu: i __ !_ -- and to give his notes to B. payable six months the pI 111 I an advocating would very much lessen Ohio,. ... ... ..\\ 1I-on Shannon,. .... .1,000

(le'L I I SuJlI l !chjfft! '. alter! date, tht'refore.will owe B. $1,000 each their power and the value of their money, and I Kentucky,...... Robt. P. Letcher.2,500

I WHOLESALE ,\: RETAIL GROCER, day, to be paid for six months in successi' n. B. freely acknowledge that it will do both, and ought Tennessee,. ,...Jas. C. Jones,*.... ...2,000 li

W11'TORNEY'S ; AT LAW No. \Vater.tret gets all these notes discounted by a capitalist who justly so to do; but I doubt whether it would impose Indiana,. .... ...James\Vhitcomb,. ....1,500 >
Illinois .. .... .... tIs
} Thomas Ford,. ... ....2,000
AT.iiuchicold, Fla. deposits them in bank for collection. The first upon them one hardship, where they haveimnosed
AbbevilLvnl Try, Ala.U7ILL ja11 Michigan! ,..... .John S. Barry..... ...1,500
practice in t e Co-riiy and Circuit \'''. A. Wood note when it becomes due, A. pays at bank, and upon others: a thousand. They would Missouri,. ..... ..Tho Reynolds,...... 2,000 1 t'f. '
,
Jflie' i is carried in bank the credit of this still have all their and it would ; t'
'V Courts' the C' 'J'lt'C.iOI: :\ ontZnineryPike: J.'ulHV.RUINGJERCHANT money to money property Alabama,....r ..BenJ n. Fitzpatrick,...2,500
Cfftftf; Oiie, Henry a .d .lath air, composing the COMMISSION, CHANDLER capitalist. When the second note becomes due, take neither from them; they would have the Mississippi,.... Albert G Brown,.... .3,000 l I: =

*pth Judicial CifiM''. ol the State of Alabama.WOODSON AND SHIP A. being disappointed in his collections, is compelled same opportunity: to use both as any other personsin : Louisiana,.... .Alexander Mouton,....7,500 ', .. .z,'
:; L. L1GON, No. 23 Water streetApaUchiccla. ; to borrow a $1,000 to pay it. He'goes toa the nation. I have never yet heard cf any one Arkan-as..... ..Archibald Yell.1ri00

Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.HASTINGS novl. ly broker to borrow the 1,000, by getting some who had a plenty of good money on hand suffering 1 crntcn-ies. k

E OWENS, business paper which he has on hand discounted, for the necessaries of life, unless too miserly to Florida,.... ....Rich'd. K. Call,.... ..$2,50d -
Moore cfc McKenzie, so as tr enable him to his debts. The broker use it. Wisconsin: ,r... ..James D. Doty,.... ...2,500
Troy, Pike co., Ala. COMMISSION: MERCHANTS this pay the Iowa,.... .... ....John
goes to capitalist, to whose credit $1,000 Chambers..2't
Refers to- No. 32 Water street, Those marked thus whigs S .
was placed in bank, and borrows the $1,000 with CHAETER XIV. are ,
tol. A tiicAllister I .
Hcurco.,Ala. Apalachicola.JOHN : which A. had the before taken his note
Gen. A J Mc.}Mister: $ oJ Ala. M. :Mooac.WM. ) and with this he pays day his note for $1,000 up ,-with, Tiie objection that the Safety Fund would give The mild, qinet and familiar style of Young, ;

t Maj. Jet rSJ:1: : Hui'rd, Eufauli, A. )fcKESZIES novl ly the identical $1,000> with which he paid his note too niuch'power to Government, considered.I and the far-reaching, bold and inspiring genius of ,
Hoa'le. Jas E 3eb.-r, M ntgonwry Ala.Cn'1. do the least doubt that Byron, are finely illustrated in the following passages :
the day before. Tb,e next day he is again short ; not in there will be; a
John Dill, Fort Raines, Ga. Farrior & Co.COMMISSION in'which they labor to give poetic form to
Messrs. Chester: f:. M-Griii; Ajral'a.: Fa. AND FORWARDING he applies to the same broker, who goes to the great outcry about giving ?o much power to Government the same i idea that of quiet content in humblelife r

January 25tht Is 11. j-u>29 tf MERCHANTS, same capitalist, and again borrows the identical but I have nc fears from this : all human contrastedwith the toils and unsatisfying te- 1
1,000> with which he paid his note to B. the day afijjrs: must; be trusted to human beings to wards of ambition. ,

Law Xotice.W. No. 44 Water-street Apalachicola, Fla. before ; ando! he continues, day"after day, to bor- conduct, and 1 believe that people entrusted with YOUNG. 'c :

F' G. M. DAVIS nov25 ly----- --- -- ; row of this same capitalist the $1,000 every day the bunnes:* of the public would be as likely to "Thrice happy they who sleep in humble life :

His returned to the pra''t'ce of the Law. He B. S. Hawley, for the whole six months: therefore this $1,000has do right, where they had no private interest at Beneath the etorra ambition blows. 'Tis meet

prepared to atend to business at the Countyfork's WHOLESALE;; DEALER IN DRUGS, PAINTS, paid in one hundred and eighty days $1 OIJOO stake, as a public measurer or weigher who mea The great should have the fame of happiness; "'

.+..... Qlfise, :Attach ooh.l OILS;, GLASS, &.c. &c., &c. and has discounted for A. $179,000 worth of his sures or weighs>>articles to decide the quantity that The'Tis alllht'u consolation i/f for a those little envy; )t

No. 27 Water street, business paper, and every day during the whole is to pass between parties contracting to buy or sell; Those at pay heart their superior vassals ne'er cares; feel.j
Allen if. Bust,, ApaLtchit ola. novl ly period at the close of bank it has been a depositin the one measuring: or weighing having no interest pangs can

1l'TOR'v8Y AND COU3JJELLOR AT LAW, bank to the credit of the same capitalist. The whatever, except to decide the just quantity and BYRON. '

Mariamvd: FlorIda J. W. Woodland & Co. $1,000 have paid every one of the one hundredand to be paid for his labor for so doing.If 'He who ascends to mountain top, shall find I

Will practice in the Courts! of Franklin, Jack- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, eighty notes given by A. to Bt for $1,000 the party who weighed n measured, were The loftiest peaks most wrapped in clouds and .

Walton aid Washington counties. each if perform all this duty, weighing or measuring his either in snow;
! :- No. IS Commerce street, Now $1,000 can own goods, He who subdues mankind, t
surpasses or
"-- New Orleans, La. novl ly then by stopping the $1,000 yoU stop the paymentof purchase or sale, in buying it would be his interest :Mast: look: down on the hate of those below ,

You;e & Taylor, .-- ----- ... every one of these notes, if no other 81000 to make the (quantity as great as possible, insellmg Though high, above, the sun of glory glow t"

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Thomas Bertram can be depended upon to take their placeIf as little; aid: I think the temptation to do And far, beneath, the earth and ocean spread, '

:Mariaina: Fl rida."fDL COMMISSION: [ MERCHANT, t this be :soand capitalists choose to let their money wrong in this casa would be much stronger thanin Round him are icy rocks, and loudly blow .s r

fie. 'l C. YOXOE.! JOHV B. TAYLOR No. 54 Common !street. rem.in: idle a few days when business IS prosperous the fornk-r. People entrusted wth the Safety Contending tempests on his pailied head, 1 1

r C. T. Ward & U. W. White NEW ORLEANS novl ly and money in active use, how soon distressfor Fund would be more likely to do justly betweenthe And thus reward the toils that to those summits lea.BEAirnFni. a
,
--- ---- war.t of money will arise! How easily can a individuals: borrowing and the public In lend

,, ATTORNEYS fc COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Whftmarsli & Richardson; few capitalists or banks destroy confidence in the ing the money of the nation, than they would be THOconT.-TChildhood is like a a mirror

',: Tallahaisee, Florida. Dealers in community: and make money scarce and raise the were they the sole owners of the money, and catching and reflecting images all around-it. '"'

Having associated themselves in the practice of GROCERIES, CONECTIONARY. ANDA rates of interest ? If the $1,000 wete only Usedhalf lending for their own interest regardless of that Remember that an !impious or profane- Thought i j
Law, under the firm of WARD &, WHITE, general assortment of Fruit, Vegetables, as often, it would require double tnoney like careless spray; of water'thrownpolished b\oa.'; 1
tc jdle attend regularly the several Courts of the No. 33 Water rtreet.Apalachicola Fla. to perform the same duty which the $1,000 f But what is a government like ours ? and what steel, staining with! rust,which no after i

and Apalachicola Districts,and the Court n11yA perform nukas it ? Is ;It not the ccncentratico the will +j 1C9U1ng can cice. i ,;,
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f : We clip the following from a New that he had been misrepresented vention, while we were saving ourselves by manly City Council Proceeding!, '
: DVERT ,
-no iMERuuL! SE i paper:- ) whose conduct he wished to war.Long COUNCIL CHAMBER :
after it was all over, and when the: Hartford WE EVENING ) ..
DtE.4DAY Feb.
: ROCKLAND LAKE.-One hundred and fifty notice of the House. We hope it Convention became a putrid and Stinking 14. IB4t{ ( .. .m

are now employed at the Rockland Lake, cutt with attention. carcase of despicable disaffection, the scorn and Council met this evening. Present,D.G. R... ', ::
APALAOHIOOLA MONDAY FEB. 19,1844. Mayor
out square blocks of pure ice for the REPRESENTATIVES, JAN. 26. derision of every man, woman, and child, in the Clemens: 6117 7'" ;". .:' .;

"1 ** of this city during the summer. said- country, and the member from Massachusetts wasa Minutes of the last meeting read and J- i 1
ERITE SANS PEUR.
The Rockland Lake Ice Company have an been the author of these resolutions, candidate for the Presidency, none so brave as The Clerk reported the returns from appr H C

t 03- The Proceedings of the City Council of House and an agent in this city ; and from I be ashamed of it? Am I afraid of he to denounce and trample upon the Hartford master and Weighmaster Kerr, SheparrJV
Though said Mr. A.) I would not Convention. Non constat whether if he had I Goodlett, Hughes, Foster and Halsey, which1 -
found in which ( :
weather
XVednesday evening, 14th inst., will be above, and the extreme cold read and ordered on file. t
gentleman once said here- been here during its session he would have been
1 inserted with the have had north recently, we should} Mr. Roberts,from Finance Committee
tuiother column. They are at the without fear, yet I am not known to so brave an opponent of it. the computed amount of the City debt ,reporT +s

two-fold object of conferring a favor on our neighbor we ought to have a full supply of ice for fear. He was not, therefore the au We take the following from the Madisonian, January: last at $33,515 98, which on on the ...

y of the "Journal," and furnishing our readers next summer season, and dirt cheap, at that. resolutions; and if he had been, he which is a little different version of what Mr. Mr. Roberts, was ordered to be published.motiOq"i. .;\:k:1
denied them, for they met his :Mr. Roberts from the Committee
with interesting matter. After referring to the Latimer pe- Adams said in the same debate: )Jeaae the Florida; Promenade, reported appoint let J t',. 1
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$ 1 03We: return our thanks to the Hon. DAVID THE MASSACHUSETTS:: these resolutions were founded, Mr. ADAMS said- the same for five years to Anson Hancock, b..(! >:
MR. ADAMS, AND THE ABOLITION his:: son was the author of these reso He was not the author of the resolutions of the cordance with their report of 20th January]'; l'.
LEVY for the Public Documents he has been now on file, which was read and
PETITIONS l the presenter of that petition in the Legislature of the State of Massachusetts, as had On motion! of Mr. Guyon seconded approved.

pleased send us. There who sincerely Legislature, and that they passed been implied ; and he further stated, for the information cock : .It is ordered, that the Clerk of fylrJr.&L this .
arc many persons by almost a unanimous vote. He of the House and the that the bow .
country, have discretionary given him in
IS ocr We have been requested by the Editor of that the efforts of many talented and illflu the amendment to the constitution, petitioners on that subject had placed their petition issuing execution against power B. Billings, relation on J J:

;f the Journal" to state, that his paper did not men in Congress, are exerted alone to resolutions proposed e. taking in the hands of his son, who was at the time, ment obtained against him for $50, the amonatrf ajaj. s'_ ,c

appear last Thursday, for the want of hands. He the right of petition; and that when the of the Southern States a Representative from the city of Boston, and he his license. 1

is in of a sufficient force to insure its slave population-ouGHT TO BE had presented it to the Legislature. It was referred Mr. Roberts moved, seconded by Mr. Schlfln i :'. .., g
anticipation
memorials are once received, that they will that the Committee on Contracts and +
HE BELIEVED IN HIS SOUL, IF IT to a select committee and he was made Impro Aq
publication regularly hereafter. the prayer of tHe petitioners, and lay UNION the inents be authorised to procure turnpike: short _'
chairman
I l pose MADE BEFORE LONG, THIS the of that committee, and wrote for the use of the city, which motion

FIRE! FIRE! !-AWFUL CONFLAGRATION aside without consideration or debate. INTO PIECES report, of which he was not ashamed, as his natural On motion of Mr.Tood : It is ordered was,adopts that .' /1.$1

-A little before 9 o'clock last the distressing them, Mr, ADAMS stands first. He has kept called the gentleman to order. friend-his father. Since that time his son Clerk give notice that the Council will proceed t .
night,
q had been transferred to the Senate of Massachusetts elect an Harbor Master
INGERSOLL begged the gentleman City Surveyor and
cry of fire! fire! was heard to reverberate Halls of Congress in a continual ferment on to permit the gentleman to on. by his constituents, and a Democrat of that Measurer, on Saturday evening next. Wod

t a from one end of our city to the other. Hundreds ,. subject for several sessions, battling with ,' said he must object, if this go sub body, which was Democratic last year, but this On motion of Mr. Robert: It is ordered,tin ; 1

of voices joined in the terror-striking chorus ; the one who has ever dared to denounce these be continued. year it was Whig, brought the subject up and itwas until the Marshal one is elected.attend to the duties of Harbor Mat a

consternation was tremendous; children were tions as incendiary, or objected to the right INGERSOLL hoped the gentleman referred to a committee, of which his son The Mayor presented the opinion of the 9

heard to scream, and the women turned pallid their being receh-.ed. His avowed and only a greater. He mistake could than tell in him interrupt that he was whole made transaction chairman, ;which and he committee wrote not reportedthe a word I Attorney Tax Collector, in relation, to levy to upon the powers and sell given real the Gift Cti:

with fear ; the congregations of the churches dispersed ject, however, has been proclaimed to he, to i that were making. I as had been intimated, but he freely acknowledged the payment of taxes which was read, and estate theta fa j h

i in utter dismay and confusion, ; all private fend the Right of Petition; and that he was continued : that he had consulted with him, which as upon, on motion of Mr. Gtiyon: It is ordered,that
a father he had the right. He had also consulted the Tax Collector be instructed to
this occasion to add that proceed to
''t J parties were suddenly broken up; the young man more an Abolitionist than every other member have venturned to one, word every in freely with his constituents on the same subject, i }lect the back taxes due the City under the dim ed e

who was breathing out the soul of love" to his Congress from the free States. This, we to or of the gentleman say from Massa- because the sentiments contained in those resolu I: tion of the City Attorney.
The
f.t t fair flame, was interrupted, perhaps in the middle never believed, nor at any time been disposed have received anonymous letters, all tions were the sentiments of his heart, and he did Council following and passed accounts and allowed were presented to tie
viz
of the most passionate and sublime sentence he award to Mr. Adams so much credit for that "-all in the same hand-writing not deny a word or a sentiment expressed in the t Samuel McGuire's bill for .drayage, .:... ....
35
; ever uttered, and which might, had it not been interested patriotism and love of the Union in this House, (as two of my col- report, made by his son on that subject, and he C. J. Shepard's bill for imprisoning five 51

have kindly investigated the matter, firmly believed if the Constitution was not so negroes.... .... .... .... .... .. .... .... .....7j
for this inopportune alarm have won her entirely his admirers, even in the South, claim for ) and all probably proceeding, there- amended on the subject of Federal representation, Mr. Roberts presented the account of P. O. Si

to himself, but whichalashe! never can The great object of all who are contending letter-writer; some threatening the Union would tumble to pieces, and he fear- livan, which was refered to Committee on Claim

reach again;;and all, all rushed, headlong and strenuously for the right of petition, is to get vengeance if ever I ventured lessly said it could not exist without the amendment evening On motion next,at the 7 o'clock.Council adjourned till Saturday

dreadful memorials into the House to a word to the pet of this Mr. proposed.
of the
breathless, to the scene conflagra report on
KING Massachusetts and said
.. member from Massachusetts. Now Mr. ( of rose he
,r,1 tion, where they found-two cords of wood inflames consider and reconsider, and throw open him, and I proclaim to Mr. Lynch, would correct Mr Ingersoli in relation to the STATEMENT OF LIABILITIES OF CITI

and upon which there was no insurance question of constitutionality. This once as he persists in what I denounce as parentage of the Massachusetts resolutions, because OF AI AL ACHICOLa. v e'
the South would have no for the Union and Constitu he knew' that the son of his venerable colleague 1841. DR. m
Estimated loss-$:5 up guarantee upon
I I will never cease to hold l was the author of both the report and the Jan. 4-To amount loaned of Land Co. $15,000 9 'pr
I safety. The question of reception is the DUP bills issued
resolutions. The documents which he had fur- prior January,
THE l.IAILS.e notice in the Tallahassee public reprobation which I think 1339. .,.. r wAnt't
one on which to meet these petitions. If S39..10 587
nished him Mr. and to which he had *
( Ingersoll! )
and I trust will be his
punishment.
of scrip issued' 1839! ..... vw
that there has been several meet- 13,000
public ,
papers gress has no power to legislate on the subjectand Speaker, beyond my feelings as an alluded, were only in relation to the commercial Am't of note to Griswold, 1839: 4,26151 saF
ings with a view of petitioning the Department: I I we of the South deny that they have,- / an attachment to this constitu prosperity of Massachusetts. If there is one Am't loaned from Geo. Field.. 7,00001 ''

for either a restoration of the old mail route, oran it is an absurdity to say that it is a violation I character, though not so given name more than another, cherished in that Commonwealth Am't of bonds given HG Guyon, 3,500(1[ of
thei i fearlessness as the member from it was the name of his venerable Am't of bills not paid..... .... 2,799 fl Br
entire new one, by the way of Savannah, }privilege to reject them. Why should ,they So help me God, I will lay down colleague, whose father surrendered up his spiritto Am't of new scrip issued...... 1,680) to

I St. Sohn's River and Jacksonville to Tallahassee. ceive; petition after petition on a subject rather than that Constitu his God, uttering the following sentiment, viz: """ tic

\ The late arrangement is to bring the mail down which they have no control ? If the torn, by rude and ungrateful hands, Union, now and forever!" And he hoped $62, 3ia

I through Georgia, a large part of the way West of pray for a grant that Congress have the I now give the gentleman from when his venerable colleague departed, he, too 1841. CR. n
power would The Constitution and the Jan. 4-By amount of -1
notice that I am anxiously watch lisp, Right scrip destroyed in
''I Flint River, crossing and recrosing that stream give, then it is proper to receive them ; and on this subject: and that i will, on Petition in its purity The petition to which 1840... .... .... .... .... ..$10,000 u

and many small tributaries in its way down to received, they are bound to consider the oppose, denounce, and defeat it if I allusion had been made was signed by over 60,000 Amount of scrip and due bills received n

Florida. By this it is said the mails to Tallahas asked for. They could not be laid on the ; had occasion to allude to the son freemen of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By bonded and destroyed, 9,135
amount to balance.... .... 43,696 3
'.,I: see, Quincy &.C have been irregular, uncertain it would be their duty to consider and debate the delicacy from which, I Mr. GILMER asked him if the list was not .
and behind the usual time. depart, would have prevented my headed by a runaway negro from the State of $62,831
: greatly subject. Where, then, would be the security Vireinia the
Latimer ?
but by inoffensive by name
It is doubtless the cause of the great delay and tie! Southern States ? The Southern ;some but since he has parliamen-mentioned Mr. KING paid he was not prepared to answer, The John above R.is Dorsey taken ,from Esq.a Ute statement City Treasurer.I left on file by

irregularity of our mail at this place, which has would be continually harrassed to defend In"F all the circumstances attending the but he believed he had been purchased and wasa -

frequently, during this winter, been 15 days from rights which they have ever deemed secured question, is there anything strange freeman.Mr. 1842. DR. ''
that the son may have taken GILMER : Against the consent of his To balance. ..,. .... .... ... ....$43,69639 n
and Would it not be
New York Washington. the Constitution.We e
.f master. Amount of liabilities thiis
advice and assistance in so momen incured year.. 4,81101 1
-II proper for the citizens of Apalachicola to unite are told by the advocates of these ? Would it be strange that any Mr. KING said he believed it was understood of Clerk and Treasurer's

1 with those of our sister city, in asking a reformation I als in Congress, that there i is nothing to fear ; a parent who had been chief with his master's consent. 11 of salary Marshal's.... .... .... ....$40000 n
... ...
: salary 400 00
./i t in this (to us) very important matter. the Abolitionists are few in number; and that the United States, and also charged VIRGINIA: DEMOCRATIC CO'iVE'iTIO'iThe: friendsof of Mayor's ....*....23000.- t p
with
its chief executive "
We are not sufficiently acquainted with the with a few exceptions-they are a set of wild he assailed their constitution depart? and Mr. CALHOUN; in this body have declared their of of City City Physician's salary." .225 00.

plan of the projected route by the St. John's River imbecile fanatics; only allow the petitions to impertinent or offensive in a determination to support the nominee of the Baltimore *' contracted Attorney's for improve- .100 00( "

j I]I to Jacksonville, to give our opinion of its received and they will be thrown aside, and submitted, as mine was, to Convention, although condemning the ments made. .... .... ....1.149116 ri
but those gentlemen who have subject then such the son was not the father's mode and principle on which it is to be organized. contracted for Hospital expenses -
practicability; dropped. Why, great .
in a movement which he says he is -- ---- .... ....... .... ...33267
\ ( been appointed to memorialize the Department and strenuous efforts, on the: part of talented I of, and which I am ashamed to see CENTRAL BANK: BILLs-The Milledgeville Recorder contracted for sundry expenses a

,.: on the subject, that the mails may be carried in Congress in their behalf? Can it be to glory in ? Sir, confidence of the 5th inst, says: that last week, there .... ...e. ...... ...606 62

'i 1 from New York to New Orleans via. Charleston, that the fear of the right of petition being is sacred; and no power on were burnt $3A:;,445> of Central Bank bills, that 2o-Amount of due bilk given II G 3,513 4 '

r t Savannah,Jacksonville (on the St Johns,) Talla gered would, alone, enlist such ardent wring from me on this floor; the there is in the Treasury, the amount of $100,000, Guyon for interest on, bond, 4794
informant, who without any confi which will not be issued, which leaves about 30-Amount of 3 due Mite given
hassee, Apalachicola and Mobile, in six days, and perseverance in favor of a subject which niration without Mr ;
hesi Atwood
reserve or $200,000 in circulation. The bills circulate forin't on note, 3220May
with only 175 miles staging. profess to be opposed to, and which is asked i to me, two days ago, in the lobby here now Dec. 14-Amount of 10dut bills to Bar u,
by a few weak and silly fanatics ? We know that the resolution of the gentle- in transaction of business at par, and we presume nard Adams A: Co transfered o
FOREIGN NEWS. or prepared by the father, and will continue to do so until all are redeemed. from Life and Trust Co. for
', The news by the ship Montezuma, of the 6th this is not true. When once the petitions the legislature of Massachusetts, interest on $5000 loan..... 800 00 r
i received the of GREAT REVENUE. The 20-Amount of 27 due bilk '
question constitutionality the : receipts at the New to Mr.
; of January, from Liverpool, and by the ship of closing scenes of a ses Griswold for interest i
will then be the York Custom House for the month of on his =
expediency agitated by most of knowledge of more than the January,
Republic, of the llth January, are both published note to this date, saint note
1 in the New York papers of the last dates.- now contending only for the right of abolitionists. who participated in the amounted to the very great sum of $1,876,000, tr being now in judgment. .. 1,42358
If the abolitionists' are few in number, they contrivance. My informant was a three and a half times the amount collected in the
Nothing of any great interest is contained in the ; a man of the highest same month of last year.COTTON $55,04653 r
talent of the highest order enlisted in their '
iccounts, except the price of Cotton and Wheat. \ ; character-as much so as the mem 1844. a

In the former there had t ten no alteration in the or among them the subject of abolition is himself-and whose word CROP.The Red River (Alexandria) Jan. 25-To Amount balance.interest. .... .... .._ ....836,5151&

price since the 4th; wheat had advanced. The: and ably discussed in these memorials, both he with makes least would be, either here Republican of tee 20th ult., says that the crop c f have been o allowed supposed on city i lia to

d accounts of the 11th state that Cotton was still in regard to the District of Columbia, I add at as much respect ; Cotton in that Parish, will be fully one-third bilities cancelled in IS4& and
must
and even the trade between the States. T furthermore, that this short of last 1843. ..... .... ... ...._........ 2,00009
I year's
was informed crop.
the ascendant and had advanced The marketclosing by another highly

firmly at the last account. laws and regulations are continually being personage, no longer a member of (:Ja The United- States Senate have confirmed $33,515 98
to invite and them when that when he was a member, some -
th
runaways protect
According to all accounts, O'Connell may be o, or thereabouts, he heard the the nomination of Mr. WISE, as Minister to Rio 1842.

i! convicted. All the jurymen are of the Protestant escape into the free States. Nothing is left declare, in his seat mem, that by a vote of 30 to. 10. By amount of citv liabilities- r anrartort CR. ,din

i faith and complaints are made that tried by them that can embarrass the slave here was the detestable errand of during this year as per Treasurer's
great
j ers, or strike a blow at the institutions of the compromises of the constitu IMPORTANT LEGAL DECISION.: -A case of some ; book... .... .... .... ...... ....._...... 6,200 1J
every Catholic has been struck off the jury pannel. importance to the commercial community, was 18-t3.

,;. The weather in England has been remarkably South. We are still told, however, that there : ng a of large the United number States of the an decided in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, on March 8.-By amount of city liabilities

I mild. Fruit trees are said to be budding, and no danger, and that the only object of the confederacy. Yes, sir, a gentle from a writ of error from the lower Court. The United received from committee ap
pointed to settle with late
j ': cates of the right of petition is to have them the mere color and States Gazette thus states the point decided t
many flowers in bloom in the neighborhood of pretext of the : Tax Collector, H Williams,. 2,31111
,. Lancaster.It ceived and laid aside without discussion. of petitien, is now to dismember this It was, that the endorsement of certificate ofa 1844. i
:
such of our readers who believe in these Fs because there is slavery in some of deposite in bank is merely an assignment of the Jan. 25.-By amount of city liabilities
is stated that Lord John Russell is to bring because he and his own State have same, and doe not make the endorser liable for I cancelled during the year
) the affairs of Ireland under the notice of the sions, we recommend the reading of the due share of the advantages of the amount to the holder, in case the principal should I 1843 and to this date....... 10,01327

j House, at the earliest period after the meeting of copied below, between Mr. Adams and Mr. fail strument to pay.is Or, m other words like, that such an in- By amount to balance... .. 36,51596
not negotiable, a promissary note -
\ Parliament. gersoll. There are many persons, even in t said that he would follow or bill of exchange, but is merely assignable like $55,04668

,}i .. Many of the Welsh Rioters have been let off: South, who look upon Mr. Adams as the from than Massachusetts no further in a bond or other written contract, other than regular
simply to add, (which was, mercantile The action arose upon a certi A
patriotic and sincere of Statesmen, and the paper. LARGE DIVIDEiD.-The New York Allan
others have been tried and convicted for minor intended to say,) that the oldest ficate of deposite in the Union Bank cf
offences, and sentenced to imprisonment. Several per member to whom all abolition petitions child was discontented, forsooth, Mississippi, on the 20th of July, 1839, of$3,691);3 tic Mutual Insurance Co. have just declared tbeir n

I have been transported for life. Great lenity, it be referred ; that his efforts on the subject of Massachusetts herself was dissatis signed dorsed by the assistant Cashier of the Hank, en- first dividend. Their net earnings have bed '.
to Edmund Yorke Robert Patterson
she had not more of the benefits by about til a
it* said wts exercised towards the offenders. right of petition were pure and disinterested, ; and those infernal maniacs the abo-of Co., of Philadelphia! and by them endorsed to 2S0OOO-being about 40 per cent. on
of trade and was the strongest evidence of his John J. Poindexier. without recourse. The Union terminated premiums, and dividing to the holder i
of the
commissioned
As improvement
.;\ a proof the member from the
Bank failed
K '1 the better condition of the working classes, it is zeal and love of the Constitution. What i to come here and put an end to it. Patterson &, Co.and and an only action responsible was accordingly party was of the cash capital, 43 J per cent.; and on their I

1 said that at the dote of the week preceding they say now that he avows the gentleman had also rebuked an brought against the firm. The District Court gave net premiunms, 33 per cent. for the first half ycari-;

X butcher and Resolutions to be his own sentiments, and : ." tleman. from North Carolina, [Mr. judgment against the defendants, the case was carried and a like per tentage as the business of the last : '
Christmas at Bainriey shop ,
every r ;' .n' ting the resolution of Mas- to the Supreme Court, and the judgment reversed
-
j the introduced into the Legislature by his son ? 'fli! above stated." twelve months. Having just paid off their cask
K ?J j stall was cleared of its contents; supply ; 5:: ;alive: paternity in an iden as

R '. + beef not being equal to the demand. daring, also, that if the Constitution is not so t the Hartford Convention. ARRESTED.-We understand (says the 01': 0. capital from their earningsrhereaftet the profiti- '
tered as to deprive the Southern States of t JJEltS hure: made some explanation are wholly to be divided among,the holders of
,, PARIS.-A certain number of students, about d1 ;t rlrtly heard. Bee) that ROBERT BURNS, who murdered a gen-
1 .
it; 300, says the Moniteur, repaired to the house of representation now secured to them by the :RS01I. resumed : Sir, I have no tleman in the city of Augusta, Ga., a short time policies.A

Mr. Lafito. to congratulate him on a speech latelymade stitution, that the Union must tumble to pie : to :;i\ e on that subject to the member since, and for whose apprehension a reward of RICH GOLD> l\.IiNE.-The N. C.

in the Chamber of Deputies. against the eery shortly!! What are we now to exp : .',' <;('h 1;, who, besides boasting of his $1500 was offered by the mayor and citizens of \Vatchman. says that the Rowan SaHsbwy gold mine near
r < Mr. Adams is Chairman of tha Committee s V.! .:wise about the great: dangers that is the richest .discovered *'
and him place that
present ministry applauded highly for : I waging Augusta was arrested a few days since in the has even been
whom the Massachusetts Resolutions war upon the Hartford in the United: States. is described i asa
his faithful adherence to the doctrines of July, are to : : S.--A i happen to know all about State of Tennessee. Burns passed through this It
small vein, from four to twelve inches wide.-
referred for a report. Will the abolition ,
1830. The commissary of Police who watched ; jiwok '* a mere disclosure of the city about two weeks since ; and only slipped A quantity of ore taken from it:has-yielded $2W r

v \ them was insulted and several of his agents were rials be received and laid aside without J of this;! oxision: to say that we know, as through the clutches of the officers of the policeby to the bushel, and some as much as $500 to the

.1 ill treated. Ten of the authors of this movement Will the subject of abolition no longer be a ; :hU i that hostility detestable to the Hartford Con the skin of his teeth. bushel. It is-saidi trial H',876 pennyweights ha4
the floor of cabal made their been taken from it >
brand
on Congress ? No : we about a month since-by seven
arrested and the rest dispersed. exp thrrjnion
,
were no worse then'than
"j his NEW YORK AW D LIVERPOOL STEAlIERS.The hands.
., ., soon to see the subject of abolition gravely d abroad Europe A
; t 4 OUlo.-There is a bill before the House of Representatives cussed there. and the able advocates of the Russian prime minister, officially the folly denoun-and Great Western is advertised to leave Liverpool for CONGRESSIONAL
The M'illedgr
of this State which has passed the f f the New York on the 27th April. is be ELECTION.-
to
; : of petition zealously enlisted in defending t : war we were waging against She com ville papers give the returns from Dade county.
: > first reading, "to authorize the business of Bank vilest' incendiaries. ; or at Ghent, negotiating a peace manded by Mr R B. Matthews, formerly her first The vote stands: Clinch 11, Sanford 83. This

;. : j ing." Its provisions are similar to the free banking 'i) necessary, because, with but officer. The Great Britain will follow on the makes General Clinch's majoriry 4,390 in the

.( law of New York, the circulation to by based The debate below originated by Mr. .k and for a navy, five regiments for an 25th May. Lieut. Haskin, late commander of the whole State, which is a gain since October <*.

j'. 1 upon a depofjte, the stocks of the State of Ohio, calling the attention of the House to a report but penurious defeat and Government disgrace,?what Great Western, will take charge of her. She is 1,002 vote-for the Whig party of Georgia. Tb
He full Stn/cf$
vote ftjr for
Clinch is 33 506i.nd
,4. debate Jew anterior-in which Mr. ,
only. -a day:
:. .&r':. : by'pencu from the Hartford Con- 3,500 tons and 1,000 horse power. 29,116.


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all other Northern cities, the same rates. serv't ; Mrs Duncan Messrs-Mrs J Ridgway, child &; I Wednesday, the Yth, 20th and 21st days of this 1. . . . ..2,200.( . . ..2,200 ?- ?* now discharging, and will be ready tc

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COTTON MARKET. Per !steamer Charleslon-Dr. Hill After Avhich they will proceed to raake an ap- *U. .'. . . ..*Dv. . . .5,00C dec 11 J. DAY & Co.

Our cotton market has been void of interest the! Gen. Shorter; \Iessrs E P Butts, 0 &P; 2 LairJ dau"hters prisement of all such property as shall not have! 79. S > . .. . ."tvA/. . . .15,600 -.-- -

week. The stock on sale is light, or half out t patrick Smith TiIlinghas!, Tyson, Hamiter, Richardson, Kil-, been returned within that period. Lw.)(1 .. .S . . l 1fi.X/. . . .19,500 FOR NEW YORK-The packet ship
past MARTHA
English SETH P. LEWIS ON WASHINGTON, Tyler,
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and as our sales will show 5. 5. Se CS jiG.) es. S. C.*0,l/UU
Assessors.Apalachicola
Messrs J M ,( )p
but little doing. The sales have been at price* Per, A Lawrence, B A Sherman.; : Feb. 10th, 1 44. feblg 2t AH. . .. .. __ .. _.,on_ _. _. ._ _. ._ _! ,.jnr.........) CTrtinir_ nr> Kr orH< will meet with despatch.- For
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generally in tOT of buyers, but we retain the Var! ; OTICE.-Pcr5ons business 60. . . ; . ..60. . . .3,600 freight on deck or passage, applv to i*
having
quotations of last week. Inferior, 7 to 7|; Ordi I JomE"fcaf0re'TAS'Vai"-! N "APALACHICOLA LAND with the" 60, . . S S .S.50 . . .3,000 feb19 McKAY & HARTSHORNE,

nary, 71 to 81; Middling, Si to 8|; Middling Fair, may apply to the subscriber, who COMPANY is 120. . i S . ..20. . . 3,600 40 Water st. _

'9 to9 ; fair, 9.! a 9.* cents. RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. their Agent for the City of Apalachicola; appointed, and its ",940. . .. . ..20. .. . 11S.SOO FOR NEW YORK-The fine new ship' _

"The sales of the past week amount to only 761 Per steamer Boston 443 bales cotton to Chas neighborhood. He will receive applications for 26,530. . . . ..10. . . .26o,5CO OCEAN, Willard, mister, having her

bales, as follows! :-3 bales at 7i; 13 at 71| 54 at74 Co.Rogers; 163 to Preston to Maclay; 101 to J Day te the sale of lots, and make known the terms, &c. entire cargo engaged, will have quick _
; ; ; 79 to Green & Connery 20 to W Wood CHARLES H. 33,303: Prizes. . . amounting to $540,200 despatch. For passage, apply to the Captain,
;
115 at 8J S at 8j| 42 at 8| 130 17 ; AUSTIN.
14 at 71; ; ; ; at 8j; 69 to bourse & Stone; 14 to E C Scranton. Apalachicola, Feb. 5th, IS-H. feb5 or to KIMBROUGH & RIDGWAY, I ---
Per 1m
at83O; atS64at9; ; 111 at 9J; 82 at 942 at : Chas steamer Gen. Sumpter-630 bales cotton to Tickets $10-shares in proportion. f'bl9 24 Water st.

7 at 9? cents per Ib.COTTON Rogers; 65 to Kimbrough & Ridgway 100 TPXCHANGE ON NEW ---
97.16 -
to ORLEANS
; ;
.. _._ T Chambers 5 at sight, FOR NEW YORK-
-- -- bbls ; to M B Green; 4 to Wm Dee; 46 JL for dale by E. C. SCRANTON For sale at the Agency of The A No. bark
STATEMENT.: flour to Green &: Connery. l Iebl9-5t J. G. GREGORY & CO ,MARY KIMBALL, Freetoe, master will .

Stock on hand........ .... ...211 Chas Per steamer Tallahassee-437 bales cotton to Agent. Managers, _have despatch as above; for deck freight

Received since our last,.... ....5,773previously Maclay Rogers 5 ; 100 to I M Wright; 77 to Preston te 1?XCHANGE-Bought and sold, by Apalachicola, Feb. 19, 1844.27 Water-street. apply to CHAS ROGERS, or to .
..... .... 71,579 ; to order. .Ll4 feb19 E P BUTT. .
Per steamer Siren-37 bales cotton to Perry &; WM. G. PORTER, _ _ _ _ _

,Exported 5iuce our l last,.... .... 1,571 77,563 bales Dickinson Young 9 ; 30 to B Hawley: 21 to Lockhart & feb 19 Agent Bank Brunswick. INSURANCE AGENCIES. FOR :NEW YORK.-The fine fast L

previously, .... .... : Hartsliorne.; to Chester & McGriff; 6 to McKay & HATS-25 doz of fine Summer Hats ,sailing brig ACTON, Lambert, master,
SUMMER
46,933J3,554 ; -.-will meet with despatch, for freight or
Per and for sale AUGUSTA -
by
steri! Charleston 324 INSURANCE & BANK-
bales
THE
Stock on hand not cleared,.... ..29,009 Harlsho P Butts; 3>8 Lockhart & Young; 33 cotton McKay to&E. feb19 S DILL & CO.. 29 Water. n _st.. I ...1 ,,_ ".'-. -Capital.$35ooq.._ Are prepar-I i passage febl9, apply to W A O.I WOQD WatPr,sL -

: 10 Moore. & J\f.T\pn7i.. ,. .11Nn... ...""" A. cu lu LdhC11.3 against the Seas, Rh.ecs and Fire.
-- ------- --" "' V"I"'''' "' CA\'DLES.-75 boxs
FREIGHTS. Stone; 14 J Day & Co S bbls SPERM New Bedford Office No.
; mdze Whitmarsh A: (Q3- 1 Columbus Block. FOR NEW YORK-The fast sailing
To Liverpool),.... .... .. .... .5-8d.pr lb.oU RichardsonPer Spearm Candles, for sale byVHITlIARSH JAS. KELLOGG ST.
barque CLOUD Davis masteha
New York,...... .... ...3-4c steamer Champion--362 bales cotton to Preston \ & RICHARDSON, Apalachicola, Jan. 25th Agent. -
Boston .... .... ,.. ..,, ....3-4c &: Maclayj 150 \V A it P C Kain; 104 E P S feb19 27 Water street. 1844. jan29 3m board- --T vine full cargo engaged and going on
Butts; 72 Harper & Holmes; 43 Chas Rogers; 39 THE subscriber, agent for the Etna Insurance will have [despatch. For deck freight or

FOREIGKIARKETS.. Perry & Dickinson; 16 McKay & Hartshorne; 13 On Consignment. n)", of Hartford, Conn., is prepared to passage, apply to CHAS ROGERS,

LIVERPOOL, Jan. 12.-COTTON-A very large A Lockhart Wylie;&11 T L Mitchel; 11 Farrior & Co; 7 McKAY & HARTSHORNE have received by i issue policies of Insurance against Fire and loss _feb9! 46 Water st. j

extent of business has been done this week, the Per steamer Young; 6 Chester & McGriff. arrivals several packages Glass and or damage on rivers, on favorable terms. The FOR NEW YORK.-Brig MAN- .
market oi;>eiaij? with a moderate demand Apalachicola bales cotton to Earthenware, which they offer for sale
at capital of the above
steady
and McKay & Hartshorne 104 Moore & low very company is large and invested .ATFAN, Wm. H. Doane, master, will
pric' **, great firmness on the of holders ; McKenzie 8 prices.
part i
in th P tuition we remained until : \V G Porter &; Co; 33 Lockhart & Young; 22 J White Granite Dinner Setts in the safest possible manner, and its settlement meet with despatch. For freight or passage -
Wednesday, D Vanderwater. complete, 143 pieces. of losses has always been
when seven days' later accounts from the States Fine Gilt and Painted prompt and liberal. apply as above, or to
China
were received, confirming those previously hand, 5c Per Young steamer 14 Siren-15 bales cotton to Lockhart Fine Blue printed Coffees and Tea Teas.:: Setts. Dec 23: DAN'L J. DAY, Agent. : Teb5; NOURSE & STONE, 46( Water st. -
; Perry Ac Dickinson
th- 22
reduced Chester &
regard estimates
as of the ; ;
duci ? more activity on that day, when crop upwards, in- i McGriff; 91 A J Bell; 41 B S Hawley. Common THE subscriber, duly appointed agent for the FOR :NEW YORK.-Ship CEYLON,
Per steamer Oconee 100 bales White Granite and blue Plates Insurance E Cook, master, has most of -
of 8,000 baled were sold; and yesterday a still cotton to Chas edged and Dishes. Company, of Hartford, .cargo I
greater degree of briykness prevailed, when the Roger Flewelfen; 191 J T Niles: 67 Harper & Holmes; 14 .Common Conn., with full power to receive proposals and .engaged for balance of freight, apply to j

sales were reported lit 19.0JO) bales, fall two-thirds & Hartshorne& Butt; 59 A & P C Kain; 1 McKay ALSO, to issue policies on as favorable terms as other feb; CHAS. ROGERS, 48 Water st. .

to ?culalnr?, and prices of American decrip.tions ; 10 Green & Connery; 5 S A Law- Flint Ground Bottom Tumblers. good; offices, is prepared to insure against loss -
rence. or FOR PROVIEENCE- The fast sailing -
and JJurat ruling fully { hiherthan: Do rough damage by Fire and also
on Friday Per to take Marine and Inland
last Egyptian if steamer Lowell-193 bales cotton to oder. Do \ brig PARAGON, Brayton, Master,
are, any thing, lather dearer, pressed half-pint risks. The '
Per reputation of this
and Brazils more steady. Speculators have taken barge Adeline-93 bales cotton to W G Porter Britannia company for = having part of her cargo engaged, will
& Co. capt Lamps, Preserve Dishes settling losses with and
& promptitude
.c. &c. is
24OW) hales of liberality meet with For
American
700 despatch. freight or
and
Egyptian, 7,600 Per schr Elizabeth Feb. 19, 1S14.NOTICEAll. well known. passage apply -
Sarat ; exporters 650: bales Surat, and the trade .Xonrse & Caroline-101 bales cotton to DAN'L J. DAY, to T L MITCHEL, .
; Stone. dec25
onlr, 13,10.* -bales. The demand-i is more_ moderate- Per Raft25.000 ft lumber and persons indebted to the estate _52 Water st.AK'ellcy febl2 IT 'Vater of.
lOoay ; in" sMirs were upwards ui 7000 bales, a Moore & 8 bales cotton to l Battle, late of Jackson Bank -
McKenzie. county, nf Chmrle I
;)04 -lure! of them to tnn FOR HAVANA, via. KEY WEST
? speculators. ----
g deceased. -------
.
hereh '
are __ __*. *>stsl*rmt sv l tn w*n 1 v A, ;n*M* subscriber
Ttt': im; ort this week is 21,515; bags; the sales -- diate payment" to u the"subscriber"-1-- ''' L" a..an" UIIUU- THE AGENT of the above BANK, AI!The fast sailing schoonerr MASSASOIT,
all those
46tiO. demands ; having to purchase Exchange on the ,Draper, master, will meet with immediate -
IiItIEirPELLIGEMJE. against said estate must present the same North and Sterling Bills and
,
to Check New
within the on despatch. For freight or passage, having
DOMESTIC: MARKETS. time prescribed by law, or this notice York and Charleston.
NEW' ORLKAXS, Feb 10.-COTTON-Sinceraiwefiviy will be plead in bar of their Office superior accommodations, apply to the master, or
PORT recovery.B. t Qfi: over D. G. Raney's store,[Water st. feb5 B. ELLISON & CO. 33 Water st.
't'U j 1 review we have experiencedan OF APALACHICOLA.....Feb. 19. DORSEY BATTLE, Adm'r. -
SAMUEL CASSIN. -- -- ----- -
active dfrnanJ: for Europe, (principally for Li- -- Jackson Co., Feb. 19, 1SJ-4.
verpool.) and although we are unable to quote any CLEARED. .- ---febl9-2m- '- -Apalachicola- Jan. 26th, 1844. jan29 1m FOR CHARLESTON A, No.
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advanc: 10 prices they hdve nevertheless been Barque Gazelle, Allen, for N York by McKay A:: Franklin Superior Court. Al\"CES ON 1, schooner GEORGE, Capt. KelJoOTi -
fill! for all q-iahtif On Wednesday last the sales Hartehorne. Henry D. Darden, ADV COTTON.-The subscriber is daily expected, and will have quick .
Attachment
and hiiIll1"nt:3; : made under advances were reportedat Brig R \V Brown, Tatem, for N York by W G vs. ) for 12,000. make liberal advancements on shipments despatch. For balance of freight, or passage,
*XWb. lej; Thursday at Goo; and yesterday Porter &; Co. Daniel > Dam:! es $25,000. of Cotton, consigned to Messrs. Frederick Huth having superior accommodations, apply to. .

& lUb Our tafturs ori't-r neir ocks frefly, and but for Schr Seminole THE defendant and all others interested feb9 43
Taylor, for New Orleans. are _. Water street. N. B.-The EXCELSIOR will immediately succeed -
?t-.iiMacc freights and decline 'ut Schr y notified of the Institution .
< -
lit exchanges, Lion, Clift, for N Orleans. of the above -- the feb12 tf
"' !lid no douot have obtained a. ::Might advance inN suit, and are required to plead according to law. ADVANCES ON COTTON.-Liberal adV3n- George. .

jlnct'- BROCKENBROUGH cotton for shipment to Liver- With the
AR RIVED. & HAWKINS, ; FOR MOBILE- despatch

\1.\1'> : Feb. 8.-COTTON-Sales for several Ship Glendoveer, Parsons, fm Mobile to D B A tty's 'thr prfT. pool, Havre, Boston or New York, by .,fat sailing schr SOPHIA,Haley,master.

dal' ;i"1 t. HHV ifnerally breu from H to 64 cents Wood A; Co. Apalachicola, Nov. 22d, 1S43. fc-bl9 3m janI5: _HARPER & HOLMES.A for freight or passage apply to _
-;, 'ITC4I -, :;ai., for all good frir C0t14'fl10 9. Ship Martha: Washington, Tyler, fm N York to DVANCES W. A.VOOD .
ON
\rt:!1J.\'" heaH Hut s m" cotton has sold as high McKay 5c Hartshorne. CABIXET FURNITURE.-Made to order, COTTON.-Liberal advan- ,
\ 9 j,b it we di not ;;itlns as a fair juotation of Bark St Cloud, Davis, fm N York to C Rogers. varnished, old sofas upholstered, 1. ces on Cotton for sale or shipment to New fehlO 23 Water st.. .

"n? narkct, at nnv time -:1uriug the week pd.8t.P..lpts Bark Mary Kimball: Freetoe, 51 dys fm Havre Looking Glass plates fit ted, to frames by York, Boston or Liverpool, are offered by FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.--

list week w re heavy, considering the to C Rogers feb19 PETER HOBERT, 42 Water stQUAKER'S NOURSE & STONE, The fast-sailing copper-fastened

::'iiieM of the roads, bat are somewhat at this &Brig Co. Falconer, Upton, fm Boston to D B Wood --- --- -- -------- -- janS 46 Water st. ___ new and super substantial schr. PLANT-
':an--I: : the roads and weather continue very unta- ; GARDEN SEED.-A fresh
tJt: be.! Schr Rodney, Evans, fm Havana to D Goddard. O ju..t received and (for sale by supply A MERICAN GOLD.-For sale in sums to suit i GEXET, Capt. Beswick, is ready for sea, for
Schr Cdpe Cod, Nickefcon fm Havana T L ; fob2 JL\ purchasers by terms apply on board opposite Farrior& Co.,
!THE\.,. Feb. 7.-COTTON-The quantity ofetti Mitchel. to B ELLISON fc CO., 33 Water st.CIGARS '
fe'ul9
)
brought m during the pat week ha. not : \V\I. G. PORTER &. Co. JAS. F. 'FARRIO_
bean large. Former quotations have been fully to:chr Farrior Henry& 'Co.Plan lege net, Beswick, fm Mobile -Just received from New Orleans, a jan29 41 Water st. ;: : FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER

Flb1iUn d, and a few; bales sold as high as 8$ cu. ; lot of old Havana Cigars, viz: "Rga-! The fast sailing Br. ROTHSCHILD
*"e now quote as extremes, 7 to 8 cents.LBASY SchrSeminole, Taylor, fm N Orleans. lies," "Imperials," "Trabucos," &c. For sale /GROCERIES.Landing from Schr Boston. ship ;
\ Schr Elizdbeth Caroline, Wilson, fm St. Marks. wholesale and retail bnELLIS VJ 175 bbb Western Flour: apply to (feb12) H B FELL. i
GA. Feb 13 CoTTox-Ourmirket
Steamer -
Breton Morton --- -
fm
fnjdins in M.itu qUI). Cotton ha come in briskly SIf"t.LmerT'n Sumpter, ,Thompson, Columbus.fin Columbus. fiM2 25 Water st. y() do Whiskey; 50 do Molasses; FOR SALE-The fast sailing sloop '

for the tact two weeks, although but little changes Steamer Tallahassee, Marston, fm, Columbus. Y.-50 bales Id hhds Sugar; 3 do Bacon Sides:: ; .NEW YORK, of light draft of water,

isanrls The news brought by the Britannia, has Steamer :Siren, Sharpless, fm llainbrid from first rate Hay, now landing 10,000 Segars, (choice quliry.) well found, &c., apply toW .
Kid'th-: holders confident in their expectationf Steamer Charleston, Wheaton, fm Columbus.; febl2 barque Globe, for sale by 25 kgs Lard; For sale by feb2 A WOOD, 23 Water st.

f iih\! prices and consequently, -m-ind from 4 Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus. -- S DILL & CO., 29 Water st. DODGE & GARDNER,
to iteui more than the buyers are willing to sub- Steamer Apalachicola Sutton jan22 Steamer Charleston.
fm Columbus. HEWING 40 Water .
Qi to Eight cents i in the highest price given for Steamer Oconee, Greer. fm Columbus. C TOBACCO.-A and good assortmentof street. THE new, splendid and fast

MJ"during the pail week. Steamer Lowell Niles, fin Columbus. Srr.oaking Chewing Tobacco. Cabinet Furniture, : runningsleamerCHARLESTOX.F. ,

T4LUHAS' >EE. Feb. 10 Corrox sells rea- Steamer Siren, Sharpies fm Uaimbridge. feh2 B ELLIS, 29 Water st. PETER HOBERT, No. 42 Water street, have : ; Freeman, Master, will, in connec-

are dlr: u?| It 8H! ct::. Th: receipts; : from ihe country Barge Adeline, Marianna.:: P ORK.-5)) bbls Prime ; 20 do Mes L just received per late arrivals from the North nection with the LOWELL, make

IJar'Fov.r!"ery *m ill The business for thHaon is For sale by W WOOD, the following articles of CABINET FURNITURE regular semi-weekly trips between EufauIa and
with much
a shorter thdn
antr lpattd. crop many VESSELS IN PORT. feb5 23 Water st. which lift offers at reduced prices: Apalachicola, and all intermediate, landings, and -

p61 10.- InnriQ. and li_'htpra. tint-- n innlii,4a4__.____. 1\ Sofas, Sideboards and Secretary's. when the condition of the river will warrant will .
SHIPS.Courtermy l JATRASSES.-Jut received a large assort Dressing Beaureaus
and Bookcases run to Columbus.The .
EXPORTS. I : (Br ) Turner, 608 tons, for Liverpool], iv which will be sold low Bebsteads of various ;
Ak'AXAP.r clir Rodney-170 cske & bbl- waiting-W A &; P C Kain. for cash, by N MILLER, kinds; Charleston is neatly arranged for the comfort -

m"JiL..o.1: aid fruit to I) Ooddani. England, (Ur) Jloothby, Marseilles, waiting- jan22 45: Water st. Mahogany Rocking Chairs ; and convenience of passengers, and withal,
N YOKK-Per birk fJizelU--49S t bales cotton, W A to P C Kain. Gilt do Cane Back and Seat; is a large, well built craft, capable of carrying as

[1 tierce Per brf=wn\. 1 box tallow 201 ?tick! crinr Martha Washington, Tyler, 472 tons, for N York,I GLASS AND CROCKERY HE-G; lass Boston do of various sizes; much freight, with perfect safety,-as any boat on i

t!tki bn RV Brown-417 bales cotton and 125 loading MeKav Ac Hartshorne. of various sizes and patterns ; China, Mahogany: and Curl'd Maple Chairs; the Chattahoochee, and can afford to do it as "

EW&d U. SvlvaiiiusJenktns. Evrrleigh, 547 tons, for N York, Printed, Edged and White Plates! ; Printed and Fancy &. Windsor do of various patterns; cheaply. For freight or passage, apply to either '
ORLEANS-Per bchr Lion-226 bales l tdifJg-\\ A & P C Kain. Ladies Work
enamelled Teas and Tea Setts Printed and Tables; Looking Glasses JOHN M. MOORE,
on.P ; com ;
ftrrcn 5>;*minolp} -110 hales! cotton. Ceylon!Chas, Cook HOST, 423*. tons, for New York, loading- mon Dishes, Bowls, Pitchers, Mugs, &c. &c. Looking Glass Plates; WM. A. SCANDRETT & Co... .
Willow
Per bChr Octavia-:320 hales COtton.IMI'OItTS Tro11111:0:, 525 tons, waiting-I Wright.. For sale by S. DILL & Co. Willow Travelling Baskets, all sizes; Ac-ents Eufaula- nun__: ( h

Ocean, Willard, 566 tons, for N York, loading- janlo 29 water street.: Cradles and Waotmns'>0 ..ian90-."- MOORE & MCKENZIE: .

.._. : Kimbrongh & Ridgway. CONSIGNMENThhds CROCKERY McKAY & HARTSHORIS'E,

\\ YORK-Per s>}hi.-i; !Martna \\'a'bintonZpk Roth'.child (Br) Fell, 647) tons, for freight or char- YARD tjaru.AT ON assorted, for country trade; feblO Agents Apalaehicola. 3
mi7.> to :McKay V: Hartfehorne; 6 Nourse ti r-Master.Glrndoveer MARBLE APALACHICOLA.- Chewing Tobacco

JJtone; 2 Lockhnrt A: V-jng; 7 FKoj.man; 32:!] Parsons 495 tons-D B Wood A; Co. having established themselves wich, Va., manufactured by A. Left- Steamer Lowell. I
bW t Gardner; 5' S SchitTer; 7 W G Porter A; Lyons, Ryan. 437 tons, waiting-Master in this: city, respectfully informs the public Goods some superior cross brand; Standing"A.No.1,"with all the Insurance.Offices- )f -

Kl6A Ti\or} M Sauls; 5 Preston As )lacl J'; 93 H R BARQUES. that they have on hand, and will at all times be Dry Hollow and, Hardware and Cuttlery THE splendid and .substantial 1 1r

Woodk: 28 Harper &; Holm. : 2 H D Darden ; 46; :Mary Kimball. Freetoe, 372 tons, for N York, loading ready to fur-ish! at the shortest notice, Marble Tin Ware ; fast running stearner'LpWELL."

Win hlT' C'; 1 H Ellis; 1 box to Chas & JaS -C Rogers and E P Butts. work of every kind and quality, including Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c. '--. J. T. Niles, Master, ,wIll ply. e.- ,

}QSTOX-P Globe Brasier, 317 tons, for N York, loading- Tombs, Tablets, Head & Foot Stones; ALSO : gularly every week between this? 4
!'Q mdze to r brig Falcon r-300 bar iron, 4 Chas R o ers. Mantle Pieces and facings; Sugar, Coffee, and Canal Flour; city and Eufaula, touching and freighting .at all !

Rolmes; Kimbrtmgh toV & Hid& way : 72 Harper Br. Robert Watt, Johnson, 491 tons, for Liverpool, Beaureau and Centre Table Tops Old Sherry Wine, in cases ; intermediate Towns and landings and will'take -
tbenzie A P C Kain ; I Moore & waiting-J Day & Co. ; All of which will be sold low ,
5 i Counter for freight and
low
; D Goddtrd St Cloud Tops and Fountains, &c., &c. very cash. passengers at rates as as can be ;
11 s Noume & Stone 28 Davis -
,
T Slark 10 ; ; 299 tons, for New York loading In short DAVID G. RANEY obtained '
to ordfr.:: -Chas Rogers. all articles usually found at an estab on the river. In good and safe stages of -
1\f: :OR LEAXS-Pt'r schr bblalrne Hebron lishment of the kind. The public jan29 43 Water street. the river, which will probably be during the
i1iiey to Harrer Scminole-20 I Woodbury, 296 tons, for N York, loading are respectfully _
4ter 20 tdrd 100 do flour to D) G invited to call and examine: for themselves, Town Property for Sale. winter and early spring, the Lowell,.will run regularly '
J B ; kegs to \\' A Wood 451 mdze a ofily thin ca decide No. 2 in block B. to Columbus and intermediate -
rooks 51 do B ; pk-S9 BRIGS. they on our workmanship; LOT first range, in Water landings. .
10 order ; 1I Robinson'; 1 do T Jones; Acton, Lambert, 201 tons, for New York, load- {<0< Orders :ny mail, will be punctually attended et, and Lots Nos. 8, 9 & 10, in block 25 The Lowell is not surpassed for accommodations ,

OBILE-Per Gltnd ing-W A Wood. i to, ::ind sviij'} ',fd to any of the landings: on the deeds with general warantee will be executed to; and comfort, and it is intended she shall not

DBWOOdCO. veer-2,000skssalt Paragon, Brayton, 240 tons, for Providence, load- i river c..rf-fuliy packed: in strong boxes. the purchaser. The said property will be sold be, by any Boat on the Chattahoochee river.

1ANAPer schr Cape ing-T Mitchel.:: SHERMAN & FORD. low for cash, apply to Those who ship by her, may rest assured that :

- _. _I s! and fruit to T L Mitch Cod-2 1. hhds,ZJ6 bbls Falconer, Upton, 251 tons, for Boston, loading- CO-The Marble Yard is "< n Commerce street, NOURSE & STONE their Cotton or Goods, will be delivered as quickly :
D B Wood Ar
t.-\THER Co. immediately in the rear of M ;Kay & Hartshorne'sirm jan29 46 Water street. and as safely as speed and care will accomplish. I
TRUNKS-Just Alabama, Dudley, 348 tons, fm New York, load- One JOHN M. :MOORE
plendid received a fewTravelling ing-W G Porter member of the irm will be in constant I
FOR
black and russet &: Co. SALE.-one large Oak Launch W. A.
1nkt Lekther attendance feb5 BOATS SCANDRETT & CO.,
for Manhattan Doane, 246 I tf
ialeby S tons,from N York, load- for an Oyster'Boat
DILL ; Eufaula, Ala.
Agents,
b19 & CO., ing-Nourse Ac Stone.
". : 29 Water st.CONSIGNMENT.JUt LEVER LOCKS.-Mechanics are respectfully One new cedar Yawl with mast and sail), which McKAY & HARTSHORNE, U.
I! SCHOONERS. to call at No. 27, Water street, and I will be sold low by W G PORTER CO., MOORE & McKENZIE .

:i.\ Orleans received from Massasoit readv,for Draper sea-B, for Ellison Havana& Co., via. Key West, examine samples of the Lever Locks, a late invention fcb52t 41 Water: st. feb5 tf Agents, Apalachicola, Fla.

400 on consignment: Gcn'l.! \\Washington, Jenkins : and far superior to any locks now in use. W ESTERN PRUDUCE.-100 bbls Flour; -
bbls 47 tons, for WHITMARSH EEF.-2o bbls Mess Beef;
superfine Flour & RICHARDSON SO bbls B J
; Havana via. West Whiskey .
10 Ky loading-li Hodges. ; 20
casks do Prime for sale
Bacon- ides Agents for the Boston Lever Lock Co. 38 by
& shoulders Sophia, Haley, for Mobile, 10adlOg-w A Wood. do Pork.
which Sugar, Molasses, &.c., &.c. ; Henry Plantegenet,. Beswick fm Mobile, waiting Apalachicola 28, 1842.. Now landing before onr store and for. sale low feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water atBAGGING. j -

ftbor will be IOld very low for cash. -Farnor & Co. 1-0'0 BBLS Rectified Whiskey; for cash by FARRIOR & CO., .-200 coils assorted sizes. .

. D GRANEY, 43 Water st. Cane Cod Evans Nickerson, 49 tons: waiting-Marten 30 do Western Flour; jan22 44 Water, st. sale by W A WOOD, .
ltDEN Rodney, 56 tons, waiting-D Goddard.
2d
do
Western Pork feb5
.SEED. Weatherlfied ; *r 23 Water it.
DE A fresh lot
fresh tAJNES.- o :
Seeds MOUSELINE -.i
W,; ;" fee.etved iT1d for sale Just received, and for sale by.. de
.J.. by 50 bbl Oats for sale Lainesi-just; received. rpRUNKS.-Iron Bound Leather and Hait'
BARNARD by DODGE & GARDNER .
ELLIS OATS. For sale ; J
28 Water st. W A WOOD, 23 Water $t. jan20 10 Water street. by : B ELLISON & CO., Tunks.for.salelowby. .
j janI5 33'Water,rt. feb2 .'-'- '. N MILLER 45.Water at .

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establishment is still kept up
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i OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall applyto neatest style. No pains nor expense
Sale. U. S. UZarsluU's Sale. N- the Honorable Judge of the County Courtof spared by the 'proprietor to render all comfortable -

Benjamin F. Nonrse, admhwO, B Y virtue of three writs!: of fi fa, issued i from the Franllin county, for letters of administrationon who favor him with a call. The table i3 HOARHOUNO CANDY

tr.itor (de bonisnon,) ot et- I Superior Court of Franklin County, to me the estate of Henry Beadle, deceased. spread with the very best the market affords, and
of dec'd 1 directed in favor of John Hardin, o.ie in favor .
tate 0 C Ruymoad, one JAMES GIBSON. the services of tin most attentive servants are se-
VI CHANCERY of Benito and in favor of Isaac S ITS POWER IS UNIVERSAL.
complainant. T. Cam, one
feb12 6t Feelit.g for former liberal patron-
1814. : grateful
ApdlHrniroh, Feb. 10th, cured. <
vs. I Jicque-5} \t.: the Southern:: : Life Insurance and ____ __ __ -I subscrib.r hopes to merit its continuance.: "For the angel of death spread his wings on th."
1 Abraham K Allison, surviving Trust Ccm-Miiy, 1 mil offer tVr sile at 4thliy r Oi'ICE.-Six ,weeks after date, I will apply*1 Cvthe : BENJ'N HUR blast, l
partner; Barker, et al. J th.- dot in the city of Antlachicula. N the County Court breathed in the face of mankind he .
j of a decretal order, made in the outcry, at ) court house r to the Honorable Judge of Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, ISM. feb5 tf And 3.1
-I IN pursudnc, named cane, Iecember7Zh, 1S13, by the ;,l 10 o'clock a. rn., on the: fus.t! 1 Mor.dhj- of Franklin County, for letters of administrationon -- ,_ ---- REMEMBERThat
Honorable Judge of the Superior Court in and for in 1arch next, frar.tional L-t i.umbcr (i H>) nine;. the estate cf Robert Gilpin, deceased.!: APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE. the first symptoms! of sickn ss,com wnt It

,, Franklin County, sitting a Court of Equity, and in block D. front ranj-u; agreeably to a map oi R. J. MOSES. PUBLIC are respectfully informed that disease, has an origin which requires but littW'tcntion
uuIIr ( by virtue of the powers? thereby vested in me, Ishall said city together; with all the building* and a- Apalachicola, Feb. 12th, 1814. fe2 b'w THE above Establishment! has been entirely refitted to overthrow the first cause ofi1I"

on :Saturday: the second day of March next, purtcl1 .-s'thereunto belongi'ijSaid preiuis 1 and is :MOW op vi for the reception of permanent NEGLECT
to sell at Public Auction to the highest: the"cilice ol the Southern I TI CE.-ix: weeks after date, I shall'apply subscriber when the
proceed bein the same known as N Court and tianci cut hl) rdcr,and the At this season of the year organicof t v i
..' bidder the folio wins described property to wit: in to the Honorable Judge of the County
P.
Trmt Company .Apa- his
and ; business of the in
Life Insurance hopes by strict attention: to the the body opens system a premonitcir,
Lot No. five in block D 1., situated on of administrationon
(5) ROBT. ftlYER;!, of Jackson county, for letters
lachicola. house to be second to none in rendering his: guests for the speedy gathering cf matters
r Water street, in the City of Apalachicola, thirty dist. the estate William 0. Kenan, late of said way whiij
\ feet front by eighty feet deep, having thereon a U. Marshal: Apalachicola.Apolachicoh JOHN TANNER. comfortable. end in CAUSES beyond t the :approachcine or

_ _* I brick store of three :-tunes. Jjiii.j'Sd! }, 1513.__ _JUI'2D 1m county, deceased.; .14. feb5 Gw Oysters, Game; &.c. served up at all hours] and and finally terminates: in DEATH.

_ Also, Lot No. (13)thirteen, in block! D 1., situated ITIarsJir Sale. Man anna. Jan. 30th, 18 in the best t style. The H"r attached to the house, How necessary is it then that mankind shou1d
ConmuTce sin-el in said city, thirty fret U. S. date I shall apply Wines and Li of time which ,.
on f issued from NTOTiCE.-Six weeks alter as usual, is stockedith! the best become aware safeguard can j.
ii.
olurios
of
I front by eighty! deep, Living: thereon brick uuddt !."- I BY virtue of a writ Courl to ;] d.i\cted, in ._L. 'i to the Honorable Judge of the County Courtof quors. Grateful for the liberal patronage hereto- thrown around them at a moments notice, ,,_ '
t ing of one tOr\, known as the "Phoinix House I Superirr rue Frankli! i CO1'ltfor letters administration fore received: he hopes; that his friends:: and the attacked by CHILLS COUGHS, and COLDa "'.
() all John Ba'ik of Pf.SJCPl.
The title to conveyed by this sale; being favor: of S.miusl St vs. :: ",
the right, title nnJ interest of 0 C Raymond, late I have levied on tie: following[, ,, ;'pcriy' in the on the estate oi MARY A. SCOTT, late of said 1 public will continue to sustain him. Simple as such complai may appear CM --::..

tl of said county, and A K Allison, iu and to said of Apalachicoh, to wit :-Lot'so.. eight (8)) county, deceased E. J. WOOD. I IIEZ SMITH. sight, they arc the mere precursors of thatdisej
property. city A"ilacnicola, Jan. 17th, 1'31.1. jin2J iw Apalachicoh, Dec. 19th, 1813. dec18 tfLEWIS' whicn ends in CONSUMPTION.Why .
and eleven (11) in Block C, Front Rage: ; agreeably -
:' Terms:-One-fourth} cash! and the remainder in tlHn.ill people be blind as tothtprope
of siid Also the interest of after date i shall apply
to u nvat, city. weeks EXCHA GE.
six twelve and eighteen i monthsyith good joint NOTiCE-3ix : which they should: when the
cours" pursue MAD.
and the the Bai'k} of Pe.isacola:: in the Franklin Land and the Judge of the county
several fur to :
notes 1 satisfactory
1 ecur
> the
} his
establishment of death blast
leased spreads
I subscriber has the gel wir.gson
until aid notes Apalachicola Lot Company being the interest /ranklin for letters of Administration -
w Receiver, arid no title to be given court county, THE & of
E Khali be all derived Iroin Nourse: Brooks] &. Co. and conveyed OM the estate of Amory Rogers, late of ( know.i. as the "MECHANICS Awake! at once to the necessity, presenin,
paid.BEXJ.. F. XOUKSE, Receiver. them to \Vm. Brockenbriuch in trust for I said count v deceased. MERCHANT;? EXCHANGE," for the present lit anti! health:: it you rmve a severe ccldty

I M. A. M YE IIS: Auctioneer.Apalachicola. Il\Y defend ants, and shall expose the same at public j J. W. HAMMOND. year and wll use IIH utmost exertions to }pleaso that famous remedy,amid use

Jan. 1t. ISI 1. ivl mJ : O1tbefore the Court House door in thecity Aoalachicola, Jan. 1st, 18.1. janl 5t and render his natrons: comfortable.The J. PEASE SON'S
; of FEorida. of Apnhchicola, on the first Monday in-, __ __ OYSTER ROOMS i is well filed up, and a Compound extract of Hoarhound, now rec*

J Territory JACK-JON; COUNTY. :?\! lich! next: at 11 o'clock, A. :\I. to the highest -"VJTOTICE-Six;; weeks after date I will apply}. party of genlLmea can always be accommodatedwith nized as the only curative in preventing Cicsumption.

t In Richard: Wilson, Ks.jrs Justice Court. bidder for cash, to satisfy said fi. fa. 1. 1 to the Honorable the Judge of the County oysters, and other refreshments, without .
& of Franklin, for letter:"of disturbed. 1 Its merit is testified by thousands; ,and thwh&
Horace Attaclraicnt for e3S Uo.vs. ROBERT MYERS, U. S. Minhal.Apalachicoh : : Court for the county being
Ely, )
t TABLES attached to the establishment United States bear record of its i virtues.
> Returnable! to February term, Jan. 29, 1544. feb.: 1m Administration on the estate of Amory Roger, The MILLIARD; So
b 11. deceased, and for Utters of Administration .' de are in goul order, and the prices of wholesale and retail by J. Pease: &. Son.

Henry Cooper.defendant) and all others interested are U. S. Marshal Sale. bonis non" on the estate of John Locke, deceased. billiards reduced to tw nty.fivc cents per game. For sle by B. S. HA \VLEY, Sole agent
THE virtue of a mortgage fi. fa., isjued from the RAPHAEL J. MOSES. (XJ- The subscriber: will remain and keep the -
b)' notified of the institution of the above BY ; Rates of 'haatage.THE .
suit attachment, and required to and Court of [Franklin county to mc directed Apalachicola, January 1, 1514. .H( I, by appear in favor of the Bank of Pen accla againstE 7 only desire is to please arid nv>rit a liberal patronage following are the Rates of Wharfages!
plead to the same as the law directs. Chittenden, et al., I have levied on the full win OTl(2E.Six months after date, I shall pr,1 SETH P. LEWIS. Cotton!!, Merchandise: &c. landed or shiJ

January HORACE 30th, hl 11.ELY, feb33m P1intifF.Marianna : property, being in the City of ApalachicoJ ,' il to the Honorable Judge of the County quirt Apalachicf.b, Feb. 1st, !S4tfeh5 tf ped from the Wharf at ti.is Port : [

and known: and designated on a plan of said Cit of Jackson county, for letters of dis9missioofr'a.mthe On Cotton, per bale, landed .fi J ceoti

Franklin Superior Court. ii* lots Nos (1)) one and (2)) two, in block (14))' administration of the estate of John S. RauN-\ PHOENIX HOUSE. On" shipped. . .G} ..

to Spring} Term, b H. fourtaen,together; with all the buildings, improvements dolph, late of said county, deceased. subscriber having refitted the above es- On Gods: per barrel, landed, (esti-

Raphael l\Io*e!, : :.appurtenances thereon, and thereto FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor. THE is nllprcpal'E'd to accommodate m tin:: five cubic feet rr 2'JU: Ibs.

ATTACHMEXT ?332 20. belonging, and shall expose the s-.ine: for sale at Marianna, Feb. 1st, 18.14._-feb5- 6m- --- his friends and the public in a manner nett, equal to a b rrc1.3 Ie
\ William'Tillev.rpHE 5 Damag: $50). public outcry !hef re the Court House: lo..,r j in said OTICE-- -- -Six--months---after- date I shall apply which will give satisfaction to all. His table On Goods, per barrel: shipped..3 Ie

defendant and all others interested, will city, at 11 o'clock, a. m., on the first day of the to the Jndc: of the County Court for FrankN will be !supplied: with every delicacy. the market H Salt, per suck, landed..3 II

J. please take notice of the institution of this next term of the Superior Court for Franklin i fin county, for letters of dismission from the administration aflords( and his wholettention will be devotedto ,. shipped..3- Ie

suit by attachment, and appear and plead to the county!! to the highest bidder for cash. Said property of the estate of Martin Snyder, late the comfort ot his guests. ** Wood, per cord. . . ."""J 1' u

1 tame according to law. R. J. M JSES, to be sold subject to a claim held by Lewis of said county deceased.Dec2.5 Attached to the establishment are two superior Lumber, Pl.r1: :eet.'O W

Apalachicola, Jan. 30th, 18.H. febj 3ri 1 Curtis and George! Griswold, or their assignees i of ; 15-13. B. F. NOURSE Ex'r. BOWLING ALLEYS, and constant attention isgiven Bricks per 1\.1. . . .. ..:)0> K

1 siv hundred: and fifty .lollnrs' with interest thereon -- to those who indulge in this iuanual exer- Shi-ules:: per M. . . .1.11 It
,' In Jackson Superior Court. from the seventh day of March, 1S37, till paid. .-Six months after date, I shall ap- .'ise.! U Sacs:: of me..l rr.rn: eats, or

j, James Boon, ) ROBERT MYERS U. S. Marshal. : NOTICE the Honorable the Judge of the Court; OYSTERS, and every ether delicacy which other merchandise, containing!

) vs. [ BILL FOR DIVORCE. Apalachicola, Jan. 17th. 1S41.'; jan-2-J 1m : for the county of Franklin, for letters of Dismis- may be wanted f;,r refivshment:: can: be had at any not more th. n thry bll.: eh..2 "
i>t Piety Boon. ) -- ---- -- sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of All lumber, salt or m..rr-hn'di, shippdi]

I N this case it is ordered, that unless the said U. S. JI:u'shd Sale. ,I, said county, dccla;f-d.I hour. have been made so that permanent I. board VCSSt1S ( s-team-bcats, from other |

defendant do appear: within three months and BY virtuu of a mortgage fi. fa., iss; ied from the I'I S. H. HARTSHORNE, Arrangements and transient BOARDERS can be as well steamboats or rats, jy:) at the wharf, will it]

:, answer or demur to complainant's bill filed, tint) Court of Franklin county, to me directed Nov. 30j 1 9 13. 45 Administrator. accommodated at other house in the city, charged one wharfage only.Wharf.tarr .
r! the same will be taken pro confesso, and the in favor of Lowell Holbrook, vs. John W.Rimldi ---- ---- -- as in any with the t I 1CS. : on: cotioM; or oth-r mer'handiseh.ied !
j. matters therein contained decreed accordingly. I have levied upon the following: property N OTICE.-Six months after date I shall applyto and the prices are TERMS keeping to be pad by the ci"i5-jriof: ; ; aid. when
ALDERMAN Clerk. wit all cf certain Jut in the City the Judge of the County Court (for Franklin :
I 1JEXJ. G. to : two
the bill c.f
the t Lading.
Board and Lodingper week,.... .. ..7 00 ped by party taking:
: YOVGE & T.\YLort, Couipf Sol's. Apalachicola, being parts of four lots in said county, for letters of Dismission from the lloarc1.l'erVeeK,. .. . .. .... .... .5 00 All goods and merchandise not enunen&
Marianna, Dec. T,_IS 1 13. decll warn city, known and: described in the plan of said administration of the estate of Robert Robinson, Board 1, per day,. .. .. .. .... .... .1 00 above will be charged at corresponding: rate.

I city as lot, Nos. (3) three and (,1) four, front late of said county deceased.H. Si ng-Ie Incal, .".. ... . .. .... .... _50I.odgiJ1 Vessels lighter* ad steamboats, lyin: ? atli
4 Franklin Superior Court. ranVa street, and lots Nos. (17) seventeen B. STONE, Adm'r. ;; ... .. .... ... .... ... .. .. .. ..50 Wharf, aid; not receiving cr dis"barginiwill r.rr
William Lawrence, Compl't, ) Hill for Divorce. in the of lots! three and Apalachicola, Dec. 4, IS43. Cm Not t) 41 tf W. II. HELTON
UecetnVr Term, and (IS) eighteen;; renr : be required. to mv. J fir_ the use of thu,._ _berth61sum ___1_
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> ---
1 I Elizabeth Lawrence vs. Deft. 1 t3 four. : ,resoectively. 'and- fronting! L' on, Commerce t, I' street --- months after date I shall apply Steady Blade nothing !Ii Sr of two d.--llars and fifty cents per dav.L
_ t C AME the coniilaiauut; L by: council, and it ap- 1.1: sill: city! nil oeing in DIOCIC: r., iro'it! range, NJOTICE-Six Judge of the County Courtof / MILLER & CO., 45 Wa- give way to vessels or boats'landini:t-r discharwlThe
L the satisfartioii of th> Court th:it the boi'U tilt:-en! feet of lots Nos. four and seventeen N Article dtApalachicola
r pealing to and hill feet Fra.klincc-.inty, for letters of Dismission from ter street, have just reeehvr. following ot the Regulations | _
side ticreofand! a
Terr.- the seven
resides beyond the limits of the O'i e-jst
defendant Chamber of will!
*.J of Florida. Therefore it is nsidered: by tn-- of 1.its Nos. three and eighteen on the west side the estate: of Willis Yon, deceased.A. ..,' ed per late arrivals, a general assortment Commerce
adhered
tory Court that the defend nit do apjifir her on or b-- thereof contiguous t % fore the expiration of thre.'caiea Jar in.mth from t'i.' lour and seventeen, making altogether, twenty- Apalachicola, Nov 11, 1843., nil Gin ?, READY MADE Consignees of cotton shall be a1lcTeml

-. date hereof, ami! answer th* coinjlunaut":. bill of h'.,) aid a half feet front on Watei street :and: the s\ : CLOTHING, consisting of Over days for their cotton to rein.in on the wb&iar
confesso. TOT1CE.-Ail having claims against: purchasers two days, without incurrir. tttrlwhariase. :
persons
complaint, or the same will he take! pro of Q.f1 Cnats-Sacks--Surtouts-Pants-- $
is further ordered that of this orderbe uno on Commerce street in one body, part .1. Frederick L Ming, late of Jackson countv, ) ) Ifatter notification b, the wharSrjcj: ::
( And it a copy aforesaid tol'ther t q Vests, &.c., &c., as follows;
in tin of said city : -
lets duly
published; in ta (;'ommerciai Advcnu: fur f.'ur plan deceased, are required to present the same, they allow it to remain a longer"time, theii D
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t, l : with: all and singular th-1 il pJ'wmcntSthUlIIil1 authenticatedyitiun the tune prescribed by law, ..p .i --- Cloth, Beaver, Flushing and ',
(4 three months c"n&"'cyti\vly. incur an xtr'a wharfage "f ( } cents per halen
(Copy.) Tf.te, G :O. F. BALTZELL, and appurtenances thereto belonging, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. Satinet Over Coats; : e'crhn r.fy-fonr lums that it r'Hnains tberaijter. :
4 MOSES So1 r'itor. Clerk as the property of the said Jno. W. Risraldi! and All person indebted to said estate are requested to Plain black, blue, brown and invisible green allCl\ftd'
Wucd and! lumber shall not he
shjll! the same: for sale at public outcry make immediate payment to the subscriber. Frock :and:! Dress Coats;
C Frasikliu SuperiorMaria Court. before expose the Court House door in the citv of Apalac'licila 1 SUSAN A. MING, Adm'x. Cloth, cassimere and flushing Sack Ccats; remain mow than t twent\-tbur hours withettc-

Fredericks, 11 IN E<.i".". t'Y at 11 o'clock, a. m., on the first Monday Marianna, Dec. 9, 1843. Cloth, cassircu-re; and sattinet Pants of different curring an"extra wharfage for twenty-four 1
----- thereafter.
4 > Petitiu'i: for Divr.rce. l bidder for cash to colors and patterns;
vs. 11 :Mirch next, to the highest 7OTlCE.-All persons having claims against
All bills will be i monthly frr cc1<<
\ I Daniel M. A. Buschandorf. ) sitisfy said mortgage.ROBERT. 1 Thomas Williams, late of Jackson county, Plain and figured silk, satin, Valencia and cassi- tion. pres.nteii NOURSE &: STONE.ApalachicnlaIec. ,

% reading the forcing petition, a'id it ai>- MYERS, Marshalb deceased, are required to present the same duly mere vvats; 11
ON I .
1-nelrll1.that------_, ------ Dniel: M. .\. iiuscae'tdorf resides ) ii ic1sir.l Jan. 17th, 111. i j"r> 1m authenticated within the time prescribed by law White muslin and linen Shirts; 4, 1843.lioady -
I beyond tlu limits of this Territ-' "\"-It is or this notice will be plead in bar of their re- Coloied do do do Ulade Clothing P(

Ordered, that a hearing be had bti'ore me on tho U. S. Marshal Suit' covery. All persons indebted to said estate arc Red and; white flannel Shirts and Draws; n. HAM-LTON No. 47.ater start

facts, as charged in the petition, o.i the second .1)Y virtue of a writ of fi. fa., is-iiu'd i from the' requested: to make immediate settlement. Striped shirts; Negro Pants; S S constantly receiving an addition to hid''c

Monday of March, 1 ? !, at Aul.thici'h; in the J.) ':'lOv-rior\ Court of Franklin county: in favor TIIOS. M. WHITE, Administrator. Socks and Mittens; Boots and Shoes; of CLOTH'NG, (

County of Franklin; aid that t this f.d bi b.' published .;f MI; ::;, v<. Allis-n, survivor, to in.- directed, f Marianna, Jan. 19th, 1844. jan2 Gin Hats, Caps, &c., &c. jan29 Con :stin.t! of Cloth, Beaver, Pilot andOver Flti: Ire

in one of the public: iu> \ -;,> iHrin; : t.ns haw ljvd on Lota numbers (5)) five, a .d (13)) --- -- .- Coats; 1\1:
Territory, for the space: of tlire-j& : Duillis: bcfofc-: thirteen: block D., in the City of Apulachicola} -- -- -- Fashionable Clothing. Gent's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing

the time aforesaid. and known a:; lots Nos. (5)) five and (13)) thirteen, J. Stevenson & Co. J JUST received: per brig R. W. Coats
S. W. C \RM.\CK, block D., front range, in a plan of sid City, together NO. 4.1; Water street, and one door East of the .W? from N. York, a large : Gent's Cloth, Beaver," Pilot and Flushing( Ii
Judge Apalachicola District.HAWKINS with all the buildings and improvementsthereto Office, on Chestnut street-offer for sale e' and splendid assortment of FASHIONABLE i Coats. rht

: Solicitor.ApalachicohNov. pertaining and belonairc; and further a large and general assortment of Fancy and Staple WINTER & SPRING Blue, hi 'ck, green and invisible green, r de

27, IS 13.I: -n-3m I known' as "Phoenix House and l Bowling Saloon: ," Dry Goods,Hats,Caps,Bonnetts,Boots,Shoes, CLOTHING, consisting ot fine and Dress:: Coats. (
_
Allison the and various articles! consisting in part of- I3. \ Cloth Dress and Frock Coats -
; 't-- formerly owned bv Raymond & as ; Kentucky Jeans Frock and Dress Coats.
Franklin sipcrior C property of said: ( firm, and shall expose the same Black and blue cloths, cassimere and vesting, it1 Figured and plain Silk, Satin, P.:\ TALOO\S.

John Banks, f.>r sale at public; outcry b'>{orc the Court House Sattinetts and Kentucky Jeans, 4 I l and Valencia Vests; Blue, black and fancy cclored Cloth and' I
; \'S.TTACHMEXT door, : in the City Apalachicola on the first Monday Mouseline Delaines, Chusans and Alpaccas, ..' Blue, black and colored, plain Pants.Diagonal .
Benjamin. \ and for !I"'J: U'lReturna'ok' ) in March: next., at 11 o'clock, a. m., to the Rich fis'd and strip'd Dress Silks, --- mixed and ribbed Pantaloons. and fig'd Trench Casbimere.VESTS Cb

John II. Watson, ('x' ':.u- to December highest t bidder for cash, to satisfy;: : sid: fi. fa. Blue, hi'!: and rich fig'd Sattins, Also, a general assortment:: of Boots and Shoes, ; :

tors of the last Will and Term, ROIVT. MYER3, :\hr h11. Earlston, Manchester&, domestic Ghinghams, Hats, Caps, &c., which will be s"ld low by Cloth, Caswimere ard Cashmere Vests ''

r rc Testament of Ja-nes C. iS 13. Apahchicola, Jan. yd, 1'3.1.1. jati'29: Ira Embroid'd Merino, knit and pl'd wl'n shawls, S B HAMILTON, Silk and Woolen Velvet do. ; 'SA
Watson, deceased.rpHE J Momeline Delune and fancy silk do. jan29 47 Water street. SHIRTS
defendants and the'hairs of Jas. C. WatX swiss :
U. S. Marshal Sale. Jackonett, plaid, book and Muslins, White Muslin and Linen Shirts
1 son, deceased, and all others interestel are virtue of an alias Ii. !fi.; issued from the Flannels, ne r > blankets and Kerseys, D. H. Pallais, Colored do. do. do. ;

) hereby notified of the institution of the above suit, BY;ureror Court of Frnklirt' county in favcr cf 1'2-t Linen -and cotton: long cloth sheeting, WATCH-MAKER, FORMERLY OF MOBILE. Ipswich, Lamb's Wool and Merino Shirts;

; and they are required to appear and plead according Baiik! : of Pen .lc-l', vs. Benjimin: Brown, to me Foreign and Domestic Prints, a great variety, ,..; HAS determined to establish him- do. do. do. do. Drawers; V

to law. direfted: I h.th:3: day levied on: the t f..llo\ving; 5-1,4-1,7-S t :3-1 br'wn shirtings and sheetings, fi -//.Zj self Permanently in this city, and Woolen and Cantou Flannel Shirts and Dn Co:
; BROCKENBR'JUGH &, HAWKIN>, do. do. bleached do do. yjayrtgfegSA respectfully solicits the patronage i
d known!
lot of land in th"! City of ApaUc.iiroh, a' Stocks, Scarfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Glo'3 eig
Nov. 11 41 3m Ally's for Pi'tf.In and dibtijginshc-d: on a mip[ of sail} city, as Lot Lfw'dl.1: mchester and other cotton osnaburgs, of the citizens of Apalachicola: : and the up-coun- Hosiery
Heavy Lowell and Stark Mills Drilling, try generally. He Utters himself that: a thoroughand ;
front
number (-n four, in block B., ra.ne; together DRESSING GOWNS.
Bankruptcy. with all the imjirovume'its: and buildings thereto Woollen and cotton hoserj, practical knowledge; of his business, com '
In the United States District Court: bined with desire to deserve and obtain the Dressing or Morning Gowns.
combs hiir-brushes baskets a
District of Florida. b. lollgin and shall! expose the saini for sale at Gloves, fancy HATS AND CAPS.A .
For the Apalachicola Boxes etc. etc. confidence of the pU 1lc.! will ensure him successin
public outcry 'n-'ore'! the Commit House doer, in the cologne toys of Hall
of Jackson having variety Gcntlemens and Boys
great
county
OliN ROACH, his :hop stairs in B.iltzell's
undertaking
City of Ap lacuic.-b. on the first :Mondiy inMarch Florence l braid, brilliant and other Bonnets, : up : Caps. C
for his and
J filed a petition praying discharge Entrance next door to the Post OlSce.
Russia R-ibbit-silk and other Hats Buildings.
the : ,
o'clock to
it ordered that cause next, at 11 a.m., highest: COThe: above goods will be scld vcI1 C
certificate as a Ihnkrupt; : B. T. CARD .
said bidder for cash, to s.tisfy said fi. fa.; Property An asj'irtment: of Boots and Shoes. dec14 Refer to Esq.Apalachieola cash.
be shown before the Court against petition, Sept It3>, 1843. 33 tf -
of sid -
: pointed out by pla'fis att'y us the IIrowrty: 1.
Marianna the first Mandav inlay next.
on
at ----- -- -
Warehouse Charges adopted -
byte --- l1IrdnJ'
Clerk. Brown. ROIVT MYEHS, M.srslial.! Boot and Shoe (
Test !B J G ALDERMAN. O' I
) L. A.
( Cotton Presses. LcGay,
for Apahchicola, J-jn. 24th, 1SU. j.lll i'J'J 1m THOMAS CLARK having r.
01'lGIT..\YLOR, Ally's Peti.oner. for will be received the AT THE OLD SI'AND Or JACOB FOGLE >J
VTV UMMW btor.rc| at ( ,) to the Store formerly occupied j J
jan293m --- --------- -- COTTON
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., 'II., _Marianna_ _ ,_ >_ _,_ _ _ _____.:T -JOHN LUCS, f nspcctc-r: and mea. : ; compressed within one monthno COLUMHT! ( :ORGiA.J. 4) *:?pph Schrodt, respecttiillyiflfC' --
----- -------- NOTICE will be made fur butt cents .. TAKES this method of inform dtht
bbl Pilot Lumber for Fnnklin clI\.fIlt.v-hopes charge : storage, 4.1:;; citizens of Apalachicoh, ar.
.. c PILOT AND NAVY BItEAD.-50 ; to merit and receive share of patronage.dec.ltt' per bale will he charged for labor, tiering &c. If ;_ !/.'J.p.m the public, that he has just country that he will attend to the; above basu: 4
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for sale
f; do Navy, by within month f.rt returned from New York with Bo-
not compressed one 20 cents per a in all its branches. French calf skin
Water st.FOR
:t feb5 W WOOD, 23 ----- bale will be charged for storage, and 5 cents per new and splendid assortment ofJEWELRY to order. He has also; on hand a supply w*' :

..,.: SALE.-10 bbls Cider, a superior article; ,T0TICE.The Subscriber having been ap. week thercaftr-r. Time computed from date of : Gaiter Boots and Shoes, new and fasWj-; ion
Q r ; do North River Hay. 1 pointed INSPECTOR OF LUMHER: for thc receipt until delivered to lighter or vessel. Cotton Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches!: a style, which will be sold as low for cash -

t 4it feb5 NOURSE &, STONE, 46 Water st.READY County Franklin, will be thankful for a share changing! ; hands will in all cases be liable to new pattern of beautiful atpins-amon: them house in the city. oct.
----- ; of the public patronage. new storage from 1 date of order inclusive. Turning some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and

4: MADE CLOTHING.-Ju')t received H W TERRY. out for sampling: or weighing and restoringsame : Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold UolM-its, Allen & CO.f
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., York, a largo; : and general assortment Apahchicoh, Nov. 1st, 1543. P! hn 8 cents ;vcr: bale.: Wantages to be assessedby and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob HAVE rn hand and for sale ElarksmithC: C11
'. the press when the cotton comes in and the Chains, Silver Sl (.ons, Plated Castors, Mantle ar.d bar Iron; ,.
of Ready Made Clothing. f. G. POR TER & CO.. offer for sale a large German, Blister and Cast stt? C
::; SB HAMILTON, W amount assessed endorsed on the face of the re- Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &.C., which he will sell English ;
: 2; and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, low for cash. Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 galls ,\1'
Water ceipt. retail'
.17 street. Hollow! Warp wholesale and
ofCloths
: jan22 consisting :-
---- -- All cottons are required to have six good and FULL JKWELKD GOLD WATCHES AS CHEAP AS Nails;
I' Wrought and Cut Spikes; E
Cassimeres and
i TS.-Just received per brig; Mary from Kerseys; sufficient ropes. Grass,tow, bark or cotton ropes SEVENTY I01.L\RS. Brass Andirofta Fire Irons;' .the
J. New York, a few dozen fine CASSIMERE Sattinets I Flannels and Blankets; will be considered unmerchantable and deficient. All kinds Watches and Clocks repaired, and Plitforni Scales; Beams and BaUa
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(. Hats, latest fashion} a beautiful article. Foieicn awl! Domestic Prints; All deficient ropes[ will be charged at the rate of warranted to perform well. Tin Ware of all i kinds,wholesale & .
: f ; For sale by S B HAMILTON, Brown Drillings and Irish Linens; 12! cents per rope,and all bagging at the rate of N. B. Persons, residing in Apalachicola, or Also, a general assortment if Hard '

jan22 47 Water street. Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ; 25 cents per yard.A. along the river, wishing their Watches or other They are also prepared to attend to rJt "'.!
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Shirtings ; DOWNER, Agent Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to send for Iron or Brass Casting, Blackrrn1'Copper aJl d
100 bbls Flour Tin III
PRODUCE. ; work
Iron or
Sheet t
Osnaburgs or
: Cotton / ;
WESTERN for the Screw Press. them by trustworthy hands, during the boating
d
( Whiskey article in their line Roofing on reasonable' terms.
; other adapted
And every WILSON, Hydraulic Prtss. season, can have them repaired by Mr. LeGay, _,er
: 39 do Pork. and for sale low to the country trade. dec4 y H. G. GUYON, and returned with nearly the same despatch as SAEGRS.-30OOO first.quality haul"
I Now landing before our store Florida Lever Press. though his establishment were in Apalachicola. T L MLT'i j jjan22 r
FARR10R & CO., ATS.-50 bbls Oats!: for sale by 43V qald
I for jan2 cash by |U Water st. O febr W A WOOD, 23! Water -t. Apahchicoh.! Dec. 1st, IS 13. d7 tf Columbus, Ga., Oct. 15, lf3. -10 tf



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