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Nihitmanrsh & Richardson,
Dealers in
GROCERIES, CONECTIONARY, AND
A general assortment of Fruit, Vegetables, &c.,
No. 33 Water street.
Apalachicola, Fla.
ry- Goods sold on Commission. nl ly


OARS.-2000 feet assorted sizes.
For sale by W A WOOD,
feb26 23 Water st.


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DT OCT. S. W. SPENCER has removed his
office to the Baltzell Buildings, second floor,
over the store of N. Miller & Co. Entrance from
Chtstnut street. His residence is on Live Oak
strEit, formerly the residence of Charles Rogers,
Esq. dec4
.Ligon & Owens,q
ATTORNEY'S & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
7 bbeville and Troy, Ala.
"WTILL pi\ctice in the County and Circuit
Courts ( the counties of Montgomery, Pike,
Coffee, Dale, Xenry and Barbour, composing the
eighth JudicialCircuit of the State of Alabama.
WO)DSON L. LIGON,
Abbeville, Henry co., Ala.
HASINGS E. OWENS, ..
Troy, Pike co., Ala.
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Col.A.McAllistRf" )r to ,
Gen. A.J McAllistr, Henry co, Ala.
Gen. A J McAllier,
Maj. Jefferson Buird, Eufaula, Ala.
Hon'le.-Jas E Belsr, Montgomery, Ala.
Gen'l. John Dill, Isrt Gaiues,'Ga.
Messrs. Chester & 1.cGriff, Apal'a. Fa.
January 25th, 1844. jan29 tf
Allen 1. Bush,
ATTORNEY AND CO\NSELLOR AT LAW,
MariannaFlorida.
Will practice in the Corts of Franklin, Jack-
son, Walton and Washingtn counties.
yonge & laylor,
ATTORNEYS S T LAW,
Marianna, Flicda.
CHANDLER C. YONGE. TOHN B. TAYLOR
T. Ward & R. W. White,
,ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Tallahassee, Floria.
Having associated themselvesun the practice of
the Law, under the firm of WRD & WHITE,
*ill attend regularly the several, Courts of the
Middle and Apalachicola Districts and the Court
of Appeals at Tallahassee.
A. DVANCES ON COTTON.-lhe subscriber
f Woill make liberal advancementsmn shipments
of Cotton,, consigned to Messrs. Freterick Huth
& Co., Liverpool, DAVID G. RANEY,
febl9 ,'. 43 Water street.


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iJOM RCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
: *BY .
.' .A. DQOMINGE' 6--J. L. WYMIAN.
|ittfie thirdstory Baltzelr Buildings, coprher.f
C,, Coimerce'& Chestnut sitliers,.- -
AT THE E DOLLARS, PER. ANNUIE1T
AT i-, V'AB IE IN ADVANCE. .''J,"
k idvertisie of .n,lines or01 less (twenty liri4
Sor more i opp~i) conspicuously iset
t the falW g OP'P J
year,... -l)*- T)0 10 -)e month,..... If2 50
A months,... :. 47 00 : Three weeks,. ....2 60
V ree months,..... 5 00 Tiro. wefks,....1 50
,'Wo months,...... 4 00 0o.I ihertion,..... 1 00
''Wdvertisements are seat.witho)ut any spe-
-, '' --IM directions as to the number of insertions
S required, it will be understood that they are to
be published UNTIL FORBID; they will there-
fore be continued at our discretion, and charged
x 'according to the foregoing rates.
S' .Leal Advertisements of which the term of pub-
hcation is fixed by law, will only be excepted
from the above rule.
To those who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
count will be made; but all advertisements not
strictly pertaining to their own business, as
well as all legal advertisements sent in by them,
will be charged at the usual rates.
All announcements of candidates for office, will
be charged FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass,
payable in all cases in advance.
All Communications, (when admissible,) of a
Personal or individual nature, or puffs of new
inventions, goods, &c., will be charged for as
advertisements, at our discretion.


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Rate.4 of Whartage.
THE following d'-e the Rates of Wharfage on
1. all Cotton, MerI'tactr ise &c. landed or ship-
ped from the Whart at. fbis ,irt:
On Cotton pe bale;.idoide... ...61 cents.
On '- ** ,. ;.. '
On Goods per barrel, Rl-dd, (esti-
mating five cubic feet or 20ij0 lbs.
nett, equal to a barrel,) ........3 "
On Goods, per barrel, shlped....33 ,
Salt, per sack, landed ..... 3 "

'" Wood, per.cordh...... ';. ..... t
Lumber, per M feet........ ;, .:i "
Bricks, per- M........... 50 ,
Shingles, per M............12J ',
Sacks of meal, C op,.oats. or
S other inerciiandifse, coniitaiping
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 Chamber of Commerce, will be
strictly adhered to:-
c 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, they shall
incur an extra wharfage of 6j cents per bale, for
every twenty-four hours that it remains thereaf-
ter. Wood and lumber shall not be allowed to
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


DEFERRED' ARTICLE '
From the Charleston Mercury. :',
S..TEXAS.- ':,
Infinite rumor ha's been'busy with our relations
with our little Southwestern neighbor. We pub-
lished the other day a very positive and circum-
stantial statement from the N. 0. Republican,
which we could, not credit, saying that the whole
question of annexation was settled-the enter-
tainment-closed, (always e6cepting the dismal
afterpiece to be enacted by dh6se two respectable
screech owls, -ADAM and GIDDI.VG;s.) and the
-ecent part of the l audipeice gone home
m bed. Below i,'pll' Ilositive- state-.
ment, which wee: J correspo.id'.
ent-et a hily.v Irrel-flrmed paper,
that puts tile subject about where it ruightreason-
ably be expected to be. But first, as part of the
matter, we copy some resolutions that have just
passed the Senate of Massachusetts unanimously.
Resolved, That the power to unite an inde-
pendent foreign State with the United States, is
not among the powers delegated to the General
Government by the Constitution of the United
States.
"Resolved, That the Commonwealth of Mas-
sachusetts, faithful to the compact between the
people of the United States, according to the
plain meaning and intent in which it was under-
stood and acceded to by them, is sincerely anx-
ious for its preservation. But that it is deter.
mined, as it doubts not the other states are, to
submit to undelegated powers in no bdJy of' men'
on earth. That the project of the annexation of
Texas, unless arrested on the threshold, may
tend to drive these States into a dissolution of the
Union, and will furnish new calumnies against
republican governments, by exposing the gross
contradiction of a people professing to be free,
and yet seeking to extend and perpetuate the sub-
jection of their slaves."
The Massachusetts folks ate a scrupulous set,
and would not for the world have the Constitution
violated! Nay, they declare plainly that if it is;
they will nullify, and that they are the judges
whether it is or not. We should like to hear Mr.'
WEBSTER'S opinion on this ,, heresy." But to
the other matter.
Correspondence of the Jew York True Sun1
WASHINGTON, Feb. 21, 1844.
I can state to you on the most undoubted au-
thority-authority in which every reliance can be
placed that Mr. Tyler and Mr. Upshur are about
negotiating a treaty with Texas for the annexation
of that country to the United States.
By some means or other, the President has been
induced to believe that 38 'Senators (they have
counted noses) will ratify the Treaty when
made, thus, this manoeuvre entirely takes the
question out of the hands of the House of Repre-
sentatives, and completely steals a march upon
, t4h.P political schemers. The political capital
to be manufactured out of this transaction is very
evident; should it succeed, Mr. Tyler considers
himself placed even in a higher niche, in the es-
teem of his countrymen, than the immoral Jeffer-
son himself. He it is true, purchased Louisianai
under the pressure of the Western excitement
which had it not thus been allayed, would have
stormed New Orleans by arms,anmd involved us ini
a desperate war with France,; but Mr. Tyler inA-
tends to do an equally important act in the way of
acquiring territory unassisted by public feeling,
and ignorant of the Senate's intentions. If he
succeeds, he considers that he will have a fair
claim upon the gratitude of the country in gene-
ral, and upon the South in particular. This mat-
ter has long been in agitation between Mr. Tyler
and Upshur. Three months ago, a confidential
agent was despatched by the State Department to
the Government of Texas in order that he might
receive and communicate the official intentions
and desires of that government in relation to the
proposed annexation. These papers have been
received, and upon them as data, a Treaty is being-
drawn up to be presented for the consideration of
the Senate, in the full confidence that it will, ie,
speedily ratified. The most difficult part of this
transaction, consists in giving the necessary State
reasons that should warrant such precipitate and
secret action; these reasons have been furnished
in detail by the.Texan authorities, and may be
briefly condensed as follows:
Unassailed by foreign foes, and at peace from' ,
internal strife, Texas finds herself unable to main-
tain her position among the independent powers
of the earth from inherent weakness. She has
not wealth enough within her borders to sustain a
separate government, and therefore an imperative
necessity compels her to submit her independence
to some wealthier power in consideration of pro-
tection to be furnished.
This necessity; it is said, has been established
to exist; and if it bWe true, Texas must speedily be
annexed to the United States or become an ap-
panage of Great Britain. She is already heavily
indebted to that country for pecuniary assistance;
and she possesses no means of discharging the
debt, unless by the surrender.of herself. Should
not the U. States assume the obligation by annex-
ing her to our territories ."
' This forms the groundwork of the State ne2
cessity, which it is proposed to offer to the Senate
i argument for the treaty.


UNTjrD STATES AkR Y.-From a report .just
pablished,- it appears that the regular army of the
country consists of 8000n men, and costs the nations
the annual sum of $8,000,000. This wouldd be
$1000 for each man. The pay of a private .is
giyen at $96 per annum, and his clothing and ra-
tiors would perhaps amount, to as mich more,
making about $200 per annum. The pay and
expenses of the officers, including the general
officers, is stated at about $2,200,000, leaving.
about $5,000,000 for the expenses of the War
Department, the salaries of the Secretary of War,'
the heads of the Indian and Pension Depart-
ments:, Clerks, &c.--JNational Intelligencer.

EXTRAVAGANCE.--The New York correspondent
of the National Intelligencer writes-
The times are "'easy," if we can judge by the
articles that find plenty of buyers. I heardves-
terday that a shop-keeper in Broadway had.im-
ported several ladies' dresses, priced at one tho,-
sand dollars each,, and had no difficulty ii selling
them. Mr. Weeks, a large fun iitture manuifac-
turer, informed me that of a certain kind of verv
costly chair, he could not keep one unsold h. ":
was certainly a superb article, made of. carved '
rosewoodand purple velvet; price (lor a single .-
chair) one hundred and fifty dollars ,. ,. :


For the Commercial Advertiser.
THE FUNERAL. ~
Slowly they come;-the mourning band, ,:
Wending their way through the yielding sand;
A corse they bear; with mournful pall,
Unto the grave';-the doom of all.
Still nearer they wend their solemn way,
Bearing their load of lifeless clay;
And gently, as if the sleeping dead
Might awake from its lone-its coffined bed;
Or that a breath of the dreamy crowd


JVN. 136 WFlatr Sfo 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.


Andrew S. Cook,
COMMISSION MER CHANT,
No. 5, Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
-New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
jan'15 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla.


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


Might disturb one fold of its mantling shroud. "'
--..ee;-now they-pass, with sonmbre-gloom,- O'"-
As if they bade the grave make room;
For here, anon, another life
Has ceased to war with worldly strife,
And sternly craved a little space,
For mortal's only resting place.
And on they go-with silent breath,
As each, and all, but thought of death'.
Slowly wending-see them now;
They've reached the goal-the summit's brow;


Win. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
nov25 ly d1palachicola, Fla.


McKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
novel Apalachicola, Florida.
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,. nov1 ly


Heavy their wheeling column waves,
Entering the gate of many graves,
Where young pine trees appear to guard
And shadow the sandy, old church-yard.
I've wandered there, and often read
The little hist'ries of the dead;
Remembrance, graved on wood or st ne,
Of fleeting life-forever gone;
And well, I ween, affection's part,
Has graved them too, on many a heart,
Their name and age; from whence, I'd traeei
And this, their sacred burial place.
(And there, beneath a scourge's rod,
Have many mortals passed to God.)
They told of youth from mountain lands;
Their shallow graves in these desert sands;
Who moulder there, amid the pine,
Where stars unheeded nightly shine ;
And one was from my native home,
Who found in that church-yard a tomb.
There is their rest;-that unknown bourne,
From whence no sleeper can return.
I 've pondered there:-" 0! what is life '
With sorrows, cares, and thorns so rife;
The poor-the rich-humility and show
Lie 'buried, silent, here below.
Here cold disdain and fiercer hate
Have met, at length, one mourful fate; "
And pride--which all unfit must be
To enter on eternity.
And lowly here is milder love,
More fitted for the realms above;.
And feeling heart, and generous breast
Have here but found the gate to rest.
Though scorning eyes may tead amiss,
Their end must be a place like this.
Charity, faith, and hope are given,
To fit us for eternal heaven;
Charity the holiest of the three--
Let mortals use it-boundless! free!
Let rich benevolence, with gentle might,
Beam in each breast with kindliest light;
For nought, so much as doing good,
Gladdens the heart-nor ever could.
Dogmas and creeds may fiercely rave,
But hushed forever in the grave ;
And He, who alone can judge the soul--
We all must meet-" beyond life's goal."
But see! Again the gate they've won;
The last that man can do, is done--
And straggl'ing slow, and mournful still--
They now descend the gentle hill.
May Memory oft, with youthful green,
Recall the place where they have been,
And paint upon life's rolling sea
The end of frail mortality.
Though each may take a different road,
They lead but to the same abode.
And, since it cannot be agreed
Which is the truest, holiest creed,
Let each to all a suff'rance wide
Grant, on this doubtful, wavering tide;
And let good will most freely flow
To reasoning men-which road they go;
(The pure in heart can only find
The calm retreat of virtue's mind,)
And may they pour their oil and wine
On man-as grateful anodyne.


JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY,
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
jan8 ly Apalachicola, Fla.


CARDS.


ll Michael A. Mlyers,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Sale Days-WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.


Harper & HIolmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,
jan29 Apalachicola, Fla,


SEWARD DILL. A. F. PALMER.
Seward Dill & Co.
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
()U- Liberal advances made on all consignments,
and business entrusted to them will be
promptly attended to
Refers to--LANE & READ, Boston.
'CARY COOK, Portland, Me.
S. C. WHITTITR, Hallowell.
Apalachicola, Aug. 26. ly


David G. Raney,
COMMISSION &c FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.


Ready Made Clothing!
S B. HAMILTON, No. 47 Water street, is
constantly receiving an addition to his stock
of CLOTHING,
Consisting of Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing'
8ver Coats;,
Gent's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing Frock
Coats;
Gent's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing Office
Coats.
Blue, black, green and invisible green, Frock
and Dress Coats.
Kentucky Jeans Frock and Dress Coats. -
PANTALOONS.
Blue, black and fancy colored Cloth and Cass.
Pants.
Diagonal and fig'd French Cassimere,
VESTS:
Cloth, Cassimere and Cashmere Vests;
Silk and Woolen Velvet do.
SHIRTS:-
White Muslin and Linen Shirts;
Colored do. do. do. '
Ipswich, Lamb's Wool and Merino Shirts;
do. do. do. do. Drawers;
Woolen and Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers;
Stocks, Scarfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, and
Hosiery;
DRESSING GOWNS.
Dressing or Morning Gowns.
HATS AND CAPS.
A great variety of Gentlemens and Boys Hats and,
Caps.
U p-.:The above goods wvill be sold very iow for
cash. dec~


D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 29 Water street.
jan1 Apalachicola, Fla.


B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.


P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINE'r FURNITURE,
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street
decl4 ly Apalachicola.


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E., R, FLEWELLEN. M. M. BUTT.
F lewelleln & Blutt,
FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola, Fla.
o-w Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped
to New York, Liverpool or Havre. d25 6m


S.-S ISLeianitton, ~-
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 47 Water street,
deCl ly AJpalachicola, Fla.
N. Miller & Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Corner Water and Chesnut streets,
Apalachicola. novel ly


Kismbrough & Iidgway,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Apalachicola, Florida.
WM H. KIMBROUGH.
JOHN I. RIDGWVAY.
Liberal advances made on Cotton consigned to
our friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. I decl ly


Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
JNo. 226t Bowery, near Rivington st.
NEW YORK. novl ly


James -F Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
May always be found at the office of Farrior &
Co. No. 44 Water st. He would respectfully so-
licit the patronage of his friends and acquain-

tances. dec25*


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


7 W in. Sydney Green, TI1. D.
TR:. GREEN takes this opportunity of expres-
- sing his gratitude to his patrons; and to assure
them that it shall be his constant endeavor to ren-
del himself more useful in his profession.
Office on Centre, near Water street. dec25


Roberls, Allen & Co.,
AVE on hand and for sale:
H Sheet and bar Iron; Blacksmith's Tools;
German, English Blister and Cast steel;
Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 galls;
Hollow Ware, wholesale and retail;
Wrought and Cut Spikes; Nails;
Brass Andirons ; Fire Irons;
Platform Scales, Beams and 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, Blacksmithing, Tin,
Copper or Sheet Iron work, or Tin and Copper
Roofing on reasonable terms. janl ly
Card.
M ARBLE YARD AT APALACHICOLA.-
I The subscriber having established him-
self in this city, respectfully informs the public
that he has 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; 4.
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.
W-- Orders by mail, will be punctually attend-
ed to, and shipped to any of the landings on the
river, carefully packed in strong boxes.
SIDNEY R. FORD.
0- The M-arble Yard is on Commerce street,
immediately in the rear of McKay & Hartshorne's
store. feb26 tf


Thos. L. 1Iitchel,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANT.
No. 33 Water st. Apalachicola.
dec7 ly


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


Samuel Schiffer.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
No. 49 Water street.
nl Apalachicola, Fla.


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W. A. Wood,
COMMI SION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
,/ Apalachicola. novel. ly


/ EDWIN.
' JUDGE GASTON'S LAST WORDS.
N The death-bed scene of this excellent ma
thus beautifully and impressively sketched y a
contemporary :
"His last words were in admirable keeping
with the purity and piety of his long life Sur-
rounded by a few of his chosen friends, who were
at his bed-side on the first intimation of a danger
to which he was insensible, he was relating with
great playfulness the particulars of a convivial
party at Washington, many years ago, and spoke
of one who, on that occasion, avowed himself a
free thinker' in religion. From that day" said
Judge Gaston, I always looked on that man with
distrust. I do not say that a Free Thinker' may
not be an honorable man-that he may notj from
high motives, scorn to do a mean act--but I dare
not trust him. A belief in an over-ruling Divini-
ty, who shapes our ends, whose eye is upon us,
and who will reward us according to our deeds,
is necessary. We must believe and feel that
there is a God--all-wise--and [raising himself,
and- seeming to swell with the thought] ALMIGH-
TY !" There was a sudden rush of blood to the
brain--he sank into the arms of his friends-and
in five minutes his spirit was gone! Not a strug-
gle betokened its flight. Not a groan pained the
ear of his agonized friends. His body has gone
to the dust-his spirit, we cannot doubt,'now
rests in the bosom of that God Almighty whose
name was last on.his lips,,and to whom he had,
long given the homage of a: puire nd devout
heart."


M.oore &' MIcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 32 Water street,
Apalachicola.
JOHN M. MOORE. )
Wm. A. MCI(KENZIE, novl ly


Farrior & Co.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Water-street,
nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
B Hawley,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c. &c., &c.
No. 27 Water street,
Apalachicola. nov1 ly
J. W. *Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. novel ly
Thomas Bertram,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No., 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS. nov1 ly


NEW SPRING GOODS.
J STEVENSON & CO., offer for sale:-
1 piece super super black French Cloth;
1 do "drap d'ete"-a handsome article for
Summer wear;
Black and light French Cassimere's;
4-4 fine dark Linens; 3-4 do grass Linens;
Plain and striped Linen Drillings;
do do Gambroons;
Kremlins and blue Denims;
Constitution twills and blue Stark Mill Drills;
Parasols and Sunshades-new patterns;
Large assortment of light Prints, Sheetings
and Shirtings;
American Nankeens "Lonsdale Factory."
Palm leaf Hats, Bonnets, &c., &c. feb26








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APALAOHICOLA, MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1844.

"VERITE SANS PEUR."


DIED,
In this City, on Wednesday last, Mr.'*DANIrL
ROWLETT, a native of Viginia, in the 67th year
of his age.

Apalachicola Prices Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY.
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JNarrow Escape of the President.-The Nai
tional Intelligencer of the 4th inst says: Al*
though, as we have already remarked, and are
happy on inquiry to find, t that no accident occur.
red at the Funeral of last Saturday, or indeed, in
the course of the day, a narrow escape was ex-
perienced by the President of the United States,
who, in returning from Congress Burial Ground in
a carriage, with his son, had his life -jeoparded
and saved in a manner almost providential. It
seems the horses attached to the carriage took
fright or started, at the foot of the Capitol, and
galloped off at a most furious rate along Penn,
sylvania avenue, which at .the time was crowded
with hacks and vehicles of every description, and
persons on horseback and on foot returning fro3n
the funeral. When we saw the carriage, as with
the utmost rapidity it passed Seventh street, the
danger of its coming in collision with other car-
riages seemed imminent; but the horses, although
galloping at the top of their speed, fortunately
were kept in a pretty straight course along onu
broad avenue, where there was room enough for
other horses and carriages to get out of thie way.
The horses in the President's carriage continued
their course at full speed, notwithstanding every
effort of the driver, assisted by Mr. John Tyler,
Jr. to stop them. When the carriage reached a
point opposite Gallabrun's European Hotel, a col-
ored man fortunately succeeded in stopping the
horses, and thus the President, his son, and the
driver were most seasonably and happy rescued
from their perilous situation.--.Vat. Intel..

THE TiME o01 THE EXPLOSION.-The precise
time of the explosion on board the Princeton, in
regard to which there are various statements, has
been ascertained by the watch of Mr. Upshuro
which was found in his pocket after the explosion.
The hands pointed exactly to fourteen minutes
and twenty seconds after four. The blow which
caused the death of its lamented owner stopped
the watch, which. was a, gold patent lever, at the
precise moment indicated above. The crystal
was broken, but the watch otherwise uninjured-
the hands being driven against the face with such
force as to stop it immediately at the moment that
the explosion took place.
St. dugustine, Fla. March 5.-The wind has
been Northeast in this vicinity for 25 days past!
Peter C. Zylstra, Esq. has been appointed Post.
master at this place, vice J. M. Fontane, Esq. re-
signed.--Jews.


{W We learn from the National Intelligencer
of the 7th inst., that on the preceding day the
President of the United States nominated the Hon.
JOHN C. CALHOUN to fill the office of Secretary
of State; and, before the Senate adjourned for
the day, the intmination was unanimously con-
firmed.
Ex-Governor SHANNON, of Ohio, was at the
same time nominated as Minister to Mexico; and
Capt. Wm. C. BOLTON, U. S. Navy, to be Chief
of the Bureau of Construction and Repairs of the
Navy.-It is rumored that the Hon. JOHN Y,
MASON, late a member of Congress, and now U.
S. Judge in the Eastern district of Virginia, has
been nominated as Secretary of the Navy.
By the Mail of yesterday evening, we have ex-
tras from the JX. O. Picayune and Republican of
March 2nd, giving an account of one of the most
frightful accidents that ever occurred.on the Mis-
sissippi. 'We give the statement of the Pic-
ayune.
We have just received the distressing intelli-
gence that yesterday morning between 2 and 3
o'clock, the steamers De Soto and Buckeye came
in collision in what is called Old River, just be-
low Atchafalaya, and that the latter boat was
sunk to her hurricane deck in less than five
minutes.
The Buckeye was ascending the river with up-
wards of three hundred souls on board, white and
black-of this number between 60 and 80 are esti-
mated to have been lost.
A gentleman who was on board the De Soto
describes the whole scene as heart-rending be-
yond description. The passengers were all asleep
at the time of the accident, and such as were sa-
ved, only escaped in their night clothes. Mothers
rushed frantically about in search of their children,
husbands in search of their wives and sisters.
Mr. Hymes, of Alexandria, whose family was
with him, lost his daughter, a beautiful and in-
teresting girl, with his wife's sister, described as
an accomplished young lady. He also lost some
fifteen negroes. Col. Richard King lost two chil-
droen; Mr. Alex. McKenzie, late of Florida, lost
his wife, seven children, and several negroes; Mr.
John Blunt, also from Florida, lost his wife, one
child, and several negroes; a young man, name
unknown, lost his two sisters; Mr. Bean attemp-
ted to swim ashore with a little nephew and both
were drowned. Of the deck passengers on board
the Buckeye but few were saved, so suddenly did
she go down.
Many of the passengers lost every thing, but it
is impossible at present toestimate the full loss.
The captain of the De Soto, which boat was but
little injured, succeeded in saving the lives of
many, and also some of the property. At this
late hour we find it impossible to give farther par-
ticulars in season for the mail. The De Soto is
now at our Levee, and the lamentations of those
who have lost children and other relatives are still
heard.
CONGRESSIONAL.
Since the late melancholy accident at Wash-
ington, there has been but little done in Con-'
gress of much general interest. We give below
an extract of some of the proceedings, which
show that Messrs. Adams and Giddings are still
fighting for the abolition question, and our inde-
fatigable delegate, Mr. Levy, maintaining the
interests of his constituents and the South gen-
erally.
TWASHINGTON, 5th March, 1844.
Considerable time was spent this morning by an
attempt of Mr. Adams to call up the vote to re-
consider the 21st rule, but without effect. The
Speaker said it was not in order, and would not be
until resolution day.
Mr. McKay of N. C., offered a resolution, that
the House resolve itself into Committee of the
Whole to take up the Military Academy Bill.-
Before his motion was put, a message from the
President was presented, conveying the informa-
tion required by the resolution of Mr. Levy, dele-
gate from Florida, relative to the 10th article of
the treaty of Washington, and the action of the
British government as to the return of fugitive
criminals from this country. The communication
was lengthy, and contained the correspondence
between the two governments on the subject.
Mr. Levy discussed it at great length, and at-
tempted to show that the British government had
violated the 10th article of the treaty of Washing-
ton; and it was of vital importance to the South
that it should be rescinded; which, according to
an express provision, either party could do at any
time. He therefore offered a resolution instruct-
ing the Committee of Foreign Relationrs to inquire
into the necessity of doing so, or otherwise taken
such action in the premlises, as was required by
the important interest involved in the due execu-
tion. of said article.
Mr. CaveJohnson moved the previous question,
which ultimately resulted 81 in the affirmative,
and 56 in the negative. The motion, with in-
structions, was then carried.


On a motion to print, Mr. Giddings asked the
Chair if it was debateable.
The Speaker decided it was, and Mr. G. took
the opportunity to reply to Mr. Levy, denying all
his positions on the question. Several attempts
were made to interrupt him in what was called an
abolition speech, but without effect,
He was followed by Mr. Pettit, of Indiana, who
took the same ground, opposing the abrogation of
the 16th article, and asserting that it was the only
wholesome one in the treaty. Mr, Adams also
made a powerful speech, showing that there had
been no violation of the treaty; and deprecating
the tone that was taken on this and other ques-
tions, whether relating to that of the Oregon or
Texas. Speeches were made only calculated to
excite the angry passions of man, and with a view
to a war with Great Britain; and Mr. A. denoun-
ced in strong terms all attempts to bring about so
deplorable a result.
Some efforts were afterwards made to engross
the Pension Bill with the amendments reported by
the Committee of the Whole, but they failed, and
the House adjourned.

The New York Express says that the Amistad
case is about to be revived, and that the Spanish
Minister claims forty thousand dollars for the
slaves and cargo-twenty-six thousand of which
js for the slaves. The Committee on Foreign
Affairs in the House of Representatives, at this
time, have the subject under consideration.

BUILDING IN NEW YORK.-During the past year
there were erected in the city of New York 2,173
buildings-of which 842 were brick dwellings;
156 brick dwellings and stores; 117 wooden build-
ings. 48 shops and manufactories; 27 brick and
granite stores; 20 brick stores ; 8 brick churches
12 brick stables; and 43 other buildings. In 1843
the whole number erected was 912, being 361 less
than last year.


'NEWS FROM CHINA.
Several of the papers contain some interesting'
news from China, brought by the ship Ann M'Kim,
which arrived two weeks ago, having left Canton
much later than the last overland mail received in
England. The accounts are too long for publica-
tion in our columns to-day, and we can only give
a short synopsis of the most important.
When the Ann M'Kim left, the American resi-
dents were anxiously expecting the arrival of Mr.
Cushing. The opinion prevailed that Sir Henry
Pottinger and the British authorities, would much
prefer that other nations should be content with the
assurance that the same privileges had been secu-
red to all: and that no attempt should be made to
form separate Treaties with the Imperial Court.
Mr. Forbes, however, had asked and obtained an
interview with the Imperialminister Keying. He,,
with other Americans, was received very gracious-
ly, and treated with the utmost attention. Much
regard and friendship was expressed for the Ameri-
can Nation, by the,Imperial minister, on behalf of
the Emperor and Chinese Wpople. But with regard
to the chief object of the interview, which was to
obtain permission for Mr. Cushing to visit Pekin,
the probability is that it w11 not be accorded.-
Keying and his colleagues manifested the most de-
cided opposition, and it is possible the British au-
thorities had intimated the inexpedienc 'of any
Foreign Ambassador being received at Pekin, as
none had been received on the part of the English.
It is doubtful whether the new system of trade
and opening of the hew ports in the North will be
of any advantage to China. Her imports will soon
be much larger than her exports, and the balance of
trade will -turn greatly against her. The native
manufacturers too will be injured by foreign com-
petition.
The opium traffic is represented as flourishing
and prosperous as ever, the smugglers lying openly
at Whampoa among the legal traders. There is no
hope for anysuspension of this traffic at present.
The war has been very disastrous to China. It
is estimated that at least 20.000 of her people have
lost their lives, many of them the wives and chil-
dren of the Tartar troops at the north, who sacri-
ficed them; and besides the sack of' cities and
destruction of private property to an immense ex-
tent, the Imperial Government is said to have in-
curred an expense of 100 millions of dollars.

From the Savannah Georgian of.March 5.
LATE FROM MEXICO.
Mr. Hogan, bearer of despatches for Mr. Thomp-
son, our Minister at Mexico, passed through this
city yesterday, on his way to Washington. He
left the city of Mexico on the 13th February. He
informs us that there is still considerable doubt
about the final settlement of the decree of expel-
ling foreigners from the Californias. A good deal
of excitement also existed among the American
residents at Mexico in relation to the movements
of Great Britain in regard to Texas. A British
fleet was stationed at Vera Cruz. The general
impression was that the English were secretly
assisting the Mexicans in their efforts to regain
possession of Texas.
The Mexican army numbers about 25,000 men
in all, cavalry, artillery and infantry-of vhom
about 16,000 are effective. They are much better
paid than formerly, and more efficient. The cas-
tle of Ulloa, at Vera Cruz, is being put in a tho-
rough state of repair. It mounts a battery of 160
guns, though many of them are out of order.
There are still about 170 Texan prisoners con-
fined in the castle of Perote, about one hundred
miles from the city of Mexico. They are all in
chains, with the exception of some five or six,
and are employedupon the public works. They
are in a most deplorable condition, with no pros-
pect of a speedy release.

THE TARIFF.
Extract from the Remarks of Mr. WOODBURY,
in the Senate of the United States, on the
llth February, 1844.
He had, however, further, and with the advo-
cates of the Tariff, he should oppose higher au-
thority to advance in support of his views; and
that authority was contained in a letter dated
Ashland, and written byan honorable and dis-
tinguished ex-senator from Kentucky, [Mr. Clay]
win which he says, "if defects exist in the tariff-
bill, they ought to be corrected." But, lest, this
should not be deemed an admission that defects
did not exist he [Mr. W.] would quote another
portion of that letter,'which could 11.3ve no
doubt as to the opinions of the writer. He says,
Provisions tf the bill of 1828 are highly dis-
creditable to American legislation ;, and he hoped,
for the honor of the country, they would never
be repeated." If the bill of 1828 was discredit-
able to the legislation of the country;', the bill of
1842 was equally, if not more so. It might be
called a transcript of the bill of 1828, with the
admission that where there were any alterations,
they were for the worse. 'This was no idle the-
ory, advanced for the support of his argument, as
he was prepared to show by facts.
Mr. W. contended that placing a protective du-
ty on articles that were not imported, or impor-
ted in such small quantities as to render the duty
nominal, was too frivolous a pretext to blind the
farmers or agriculturists, or lead them to suppose


that it was intended for aught else than to keep
them in the dark, while the real principle of the
bill was to protect and enrich the manufacturers
at their expense. If the bill was not for this
purpose, and this alone-if it was a bill for the
increase of revenue--the great variations in the
amount of 'duties would not appear on its face ;
all would be equally proportionably taxed. It is
not shown that, from 1790 until 1816, the country
suffered for want of high protecting duties; and
yet, during that period, no legislature attempted
to impose duty over 10 or 12 per cent. But a
still stranger instance of the determination of the
legislators of that day to act for the benefit of all,
is shown by the fact ot the war duties of 1812 not
exceeding 12 per cent., and in many instances
not more than 8 or 9 per cent. He understood
that it was said by General Harrison to Mr. Clay,
that 20 or 25 per cent. of cash duties should be
the highest allowed for any protective interest;
and that, if manufacturers did not find that suffi-
cient, they should turn their industry into some
other channel. The governments of Madison and
Jefferson never resorted to those high duties, and
their not doing so, gave weight to the question--
was this protective system legitimate under any
principle? The honorable chairman of the com-
mittee had quoted Dr. Franklin in support of his
views; now he wanted to read from the Doctor's
works sufficient to prove that he entertained en-
tirely different opinions from those attributed to
him by that honorable gentleman.
This principle of taxing the whole community
for the special benefit of a few individuals neve.
was before tolerated in any country, acting upon
principles of equal rights. The bill of 1842, he
maintained, was framed wholly and solely for the
protection of one small class of the population al
the expense of all the others; it was benefitting
s the few by sacrificing the many; and if he satis.
fied the Senate that such war the fact, he did not


suppose that any principle could be found, or
would be advanced, to justify its continuance. It
was not sought for by the body of the people, nor
was it pretended, when the subject was discussed
in the years 1816, 1824, or 1828, that it was for
any other purpose than that of protecting the
manufacturing interests. This was susceptible
of proof by reference to official documents. The
bill of 1816 made, on an average, an advance on
the former duties of 62 per cent., and this increase
was then admitted by the Secretary of the Treas-
ury to be for the protection of manufactures, and
not for the benefit of the revenue. The bills of
1824, 1828 and 1842, followed in the same spirit,
each exceeding the one gone before, until an
amount of duties was reached by the bill now in
existence, exceeding anything of the kind known
here or elsewhere. These enormous duties could
not, for a moment, be placed to the credit of the
revenue, as it was a well known fact that in all
countries where duties were levied to increase
the revenue, they never exceeded 10, 15, or,' at
the highest, 25 per cent. England, France or
Spain could not be quoted in opposition to this
fact; for where they placed higher duties than
10, 15 or 25 per cent., they openly avow it was
for protection, and not for increase of revenue.-
Mr, W. here quoted from another list of duties,
showing the heavy tax imposed on what might
be termed the necessaries-articles in use by high
and low-and contending against the injustice of
thus burdening the many for the benefit of the
few. As to the so styled protection afforded to
the farmer or agriculturist by the duties on flour
and farm produce, it was altogether visionary.
No protection was required where there was no
competition; and they might as wellhave impo-
sed a like protective duty on a cargo of ice or
granite going into the State of .New Hampshire.
If this bill was bonafide a bill for the increase of
the revenue, why did it not impose a duty on the
luxuries and elegancies of life, and not on the
absolute necessaries ? On sugar in the year 1840,
the duty on imports amounted to $3,000,000. This
was three millions out of the pockets of the people
to protect the planters of home produce. In the
same year, the dutv on silks imported was $3,500,-
000; iron, $1,500,000, and on spirits $2,000,00Q.
This latter item was, he disputed not, right in a
moral sense. There were other sources, making
altogether an amount of sixteen millions; and
this enormous sum was wholly derived from du-
ties imposed on every-day necessaries, which, if
not for the protective system,, could be had by
the mass of the people for exactly sixteen mil-
lions of dollars less. That those duties were im-
posed to increase the revenue, could not be ad-
mitted ; for if so, would not similar or greater du-
ties be imposed on luxuries which none but the
wealthy ean indulge in ? Or, if that was not suf-
ficient, why not the duty on all other articles be
equal and in proportion ? That would not do :
the favored class to be protected do not manufac-
ture luxuries, however they may use them.
Mr. W. showed, from the statistical tables, that,
of the population of the United States, only one
eleventh was engaged in manufactures, or became
beneficiaries of the protective system; while ten-
elevenths had to pay the bounty imposed by the
protective policy, for the aggrandizement of the,
one-eleventh. Now, he asked, would this be to-
lerated onemoment, only for the delusions with
which the system veiled from the comprehension
of the mass of the people? It was held out to
them that they were made better able to pay these
duties by the increased prosperity which the pro-
tective system gave to the country. If nothing
but the plain simple truth was told to them, and
particularly to the farmers-that, by the imposi-.
tion of these duties of 1842, they had to pay 40 per
cent. more for what they buy, and sell the produce
of their farms so much less, than if no duty exis-
ted, the protective system would not be tolerated
a single day.
He showed what had been the effect in England
in reducing duties on a great variety of articles.-
Among them, he mentioned coffee, which had been
subject to 2s 6d per lb., duty, and then yielded
342,000 of revenue; but when the duty was re-
duced to one half,: (s 3d) the revenue on coffee
ran up to 770,000, and the price to the consu-
mer became lower than in proportion to the re-
duction of duty.
Mi. Woodbury said it was of a portion of her
dominions. Mr. W. next went into a great mass
of statistical details, furnishing a large collection
of facts to show that every reduction of duty in
England to the revenue point had increased the
revenue, and rendered the articles consumption
cheaper to the people.
By this protective system the consumer is dou-
bly taxed; first, on what he consumes, and next
on what he sells; for it is the same whether hlie is
taxed on what he sells, or forced by legislation to
sell his products for less than he could obtain, but
for that legislation.
Again, the Senator says, you have a home mar-
ket raised up for you, as good as, if not better than
the foreign market. Here was another fallacy, or
at least a delusion to a great extent. The home
manufacturers at present consume about 300,000
bales of cotton out of the usual annual crop of 2,-
500,000; this year perhaps 1,800,000-that is,
one-sixth. What has been the increase of Eng-
land during the last year, on her consumption of
raw cotton, irrespectire of her manufactures sent


here? Considerably more, than .he whole quan-
tity consumed by the manufacturers of the United
States, all put together. The reason was plain.
England manufactures for all parts of the world ;
this country chiefly for its own consumption.--
And were the cotton growers of tnis country to be
told that they should give up such a market as
England for the sake of building up for themselves
an inconsiderable market at home ? But our ex-
ports oT cotton to France were very large-- next
to England, larger than to any other country.-
Were we to give up that market too, and all the
othe markets of Europe, and foreign the increasing
demand all over the world, as well at home as in
their own dominions, for their manufactured fa-
bries, and consequently for the material of which
these fabrics were made? Now it was somewhat
remarkable that foreign countries-those of Eu-
rope-laid all their heavy duties on articles of
general consumption, thereby reaching, at once,
the true revenue point; yet the very opposite was
the policy we pursued,
Oi- FATAL DUEL.-We were pained to learn
yesterday of a fatal duel which was fought on
I Thursday last at Vicksburg, Miss., between Mr.
Hammett, editor of the Vicksburg Whig, and Mr.
Ryan, editor of the Sentinel. They fought with
pistols, and at the usual distance. At the fourth
s fire Mr. Ryan fell, mortally wounded, being shot
s directly through the lungs. He died within ten
minutes. In two of the previous fires Mr. Ham-
mett had been wounded; but the affair was allow-
ed to proceed, probably in conformity with the
original terms of the meeting. Our readers may
r recollect that the same parties had before met
i and exchanged shots with rifles, and that the dif-
e ficulty was then arranged upon the ground. They
e will remember, too, that Mr, Ryan was the suc-
t cessor of Dr. Hagan in the editorial chair, who
Swas killed Within the last year. We grieve most
- sincerely to be compelled to record these trage-/
t dies.- 0 O. Pie.


THE LADIES' FAIR.
With pleasure we call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement in to-day's paper of
the Fair, to be held by some of the ladies of our
city, at the Mansion House, on Thursday evening
ne;xt,-We are informed that much pains have
-been taken to prepare and finish many beautiful
and rich curiosities for the occasion, and that the
gaiety, elegance and taste displayed in the ar-
rangement and execution will amply repay every
one for the visit. Beside the many rich and rare
curiosities that will be offered to the visitors,
there will be an ample supply of choice refresh-
merits, to regale the admiring and wondering
crowd.
We say to all-Go! and patronize this noble
and disinterested effort of the Ladies. A few
hours spent in such a gay scene, will be a most
agreeable relaxation from the dull monotony of
business, and the cares and perplexities of bank
panics and cotton speculations. The object of
the Fair is to raise a fund for charitable purposes;
and being aware of the former liberality and phi-
lanthropy of the association, we will not now in-
quire for what especial purpose the proceeds are
intended; that it is a noble and generous one,
there can be no doubt, and it will be appreciated
by all. We again bespeak a crowded house and
full purses for the Fair Merchants, and hope that
all bachelors, especially, will on that evening
leave their mouldy'counting-rooms and cheerless
dormitories, and pay their homage to the ladies.

MR. WOODBURY'S SPEECH.
We publish a short extract from the speech of
Mr. Woodbury, on the Tariff bill, delivered some
weeks since, in the Senate of the United States.
We have not room at present to give the speech
entire, but we may publish further extracts from
it hereafter.
Based, as these remarks are, on statistical facts
and true reasoning, and not depending on high,
sounding appeals to delude and deceive, they can-
not be successfully combated by any ingenuity or
sophistry. It is said to be one of the ablest
speeches Mr. W. ever made, and will stand on
record as a monument of his talent and research.
He has argued principally from facts and authen-
ticated records which cannot be denied; showing
the baneful influence of the protective system on
ournavigating interest at the north, as well as the
agricultural and planting interest throughout the
south and west.
The affirmation that the Protective system fos-
ters and cherishes American industry, is here
proved to be fallacious; and that it diverted ft
from the decks of ships, and farm-houses, to the
sickly manufactories, without adding to the pro-
dudtion of labor. Mr. W. has shown that all
the manufacturers now in the country are not
equal to a single county in some of the states, and
yet the whole country is taxed for this handful
of the population; and that, in 1842, England
took from us six millions worth of bread stuffs,
and a large amount of beef, lead, sperm, &c.,
holding out to us the olive branch of Free Trade,
while we were imposing the heaviest duties on
all we receive from them.
We know that there are many in the south
who have heretofore opposed the protective sys-
tem, and who lately have approved the present
act as being necessary for a revenue to meet the
debts and increased expenditure of the govern-
ment. This however is one of those fallacious
arguments employed to reconcile the people to
the protective tariff, out cannot long be sustained'
in truth and reason. The present Tariff is now
monthly pouring millions into the treasury, which
must soon greatly exceed the ainount required for
an economical administration of the government,
and if not reduced, will necessarily produce a
surplus to be again legislated away in internal
improvements, or distribution, to the great injury
of the public morals or the independence of the
states.-We again refer our readers to the re-
marks alluded to, which will be found in another
column.

-Mr. CLAY arrived at Columbus, Ga., on
Monday last, and was received with great enthu-
siasm by the Clay Club and the Committees ap-
pointed for the occasion. We understand he
made several speeches, at which an immense


number of persons from the neighboring counties
and towns were present. We have received no
papers of a late date from Columbus, and can
therefore give no further particulars. He was to
leave for Augusta and Charleston on Wednesday.

ANOTHER BANK FAILURE!
A report reached here on Thursday last, by the
steamer Champion (which has since been cor-
roborated), that the Phcanix Bank, formerly the
Bank of Chattahoochie, had made a grand failure,
and that the President and principal owner had
left town. The prevalent opinion is, that it will
be a total failure, and that not one cent in the
dollar will ever be paid for the bills held by the
-public.

B BANr ROBBERY.-The Madison Branch Bank,
at Madison, Indiana, was entered on the night of
the 26th ult. by means of skeleton keys, and rob-
bed of $27,370. The Cashier, John Sering, Esq.,
offers $2000 reward for the recovery of the money,
and $1000ffor the conviction of the thieves. The
money stolen was all on Madison Branch, except-
ing $2000 or $3000 on other branches. It con-
sisted mostly of notes of $20, $50 and $100'; a
large portion being in $20's.


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HIGHLY IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.-We have
been informed on good authority, that an inhabi-
tant of the Keystone State has discovered the se-
cret of manufacturing artificial Marble on scieh.
tific principles. The discoverer is a Yankee by
birth, and has devoted many years to theoretical
and practical architecture. We have been shown
a specimen of Limestone prepared by the above
method, and unhesitatingly pronounce it superior
to any artificial stone or marble that we have ever
seen. The discoverer feels assured that his pre.
paration has only to be publicly introduced in or-
der to supersede the use of lime mortar, in the va.
ried processes of plastering, and will be exten-
sively used for stucco, mosaic, statuary, mantltd
pieces, table-slabs, atmospheric and hydraulic
cement, roofing of houses, paving of streets, &c.,
&c. It will set or harden in six hours when ap-
plied in plastering houses. It will resist the ac-
tion of atmospheric heat, damp, frost, &c., and
is susceptible of a high polish, This composition
will answer better than Roman cement for aque-
ducts, locks and basins of canals, &c. Its best
recommendation, however, is its cheap~6ne as-t-
can be manufactured at a cost little exceeding
ordinary lime mortar.-Philad. Courier.


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BAGGING-Kentucky ........peryd. .. 16 a .. 18
India............ .. 18 a .. 20
Dundee ......... .. 17 a ..
BALE ROPE-Manilla ....... per lb. .. .. a .
Kentucky..... .. a .
BAcoN-Sides...... :........ .. 4 a 5
Shoulders ......... .. 3 a 4
Hams ............... .. 6 a. 8 1
BUTTER-Goshen ........... ... a 20f4
COFFEE-Cuba ............. .. 6i a ..
Rio... .. ,...... 7j a .. 8'
Java............. .. 13 a 14
CANDLES--Sperm.... ....... .. 35 a 37
CHEESE. ............ .... a. .8 7
CORN............ .......perbush. .. 70 a .j f
FLOUR-Canal. ..... ........per bbl... .. a 575
New Orleans...... .... a 525
GUNPOWDER-FF.......... per keg 6 00 a 7 00
IRON-Swedes, assorted.....per lb. .. 5 .. 5
English, 4 n e
LARD. ............... .. 7 a 8
LEAD ..... ... ..... ". ., .a .. 6
MACKEREL-NO. 1...... ... .. a 15.00
No. 2......... .. .a 1100
No. 3........ .. S0
MOLASSES-New Orleans...per gal. .. .'a 27 -
NAILS--Cut, assortede....... per Ilb... a.. .5"-
Wrought ....... a ./ a o10
OIL-Whale..... .........pergal. .'. .. a .. 602
Sperm........ ........ ,. ..a 1 25
Linseed.............. ,1 12 a 1 25
PAINTS-Extra............per ke .. a 2 '7
White Lead, No 1. .. a 2 60
No 2. / ... a 2 25
PPovIsIoNs-Beef, prime...perbil..... a 6 00
mess.... '% ... a 9 00
Pork, prime... '/ .. a 9 00
mess.... a .. a 11 50
clear..,. /' none
POTATOES. ................ /' .... a 1 50
SuGAR-New Orleans......er lb. .. 6| a.. 8
Porto Rico ........ .. 8 a 9
St. Croix... ...... "; ..... a .. 91
Lump .......... .. 13 a ,. 14
Loaf... ... 14 a ..15
Crushed.........i. 14 a .. 15
SALT-Liverpool, groundfper sack. 1 50 a 1 75,
Allum ............per bush. .. 50 a ... 5
SOAP-Bar............I...per lb. .. 5 a 6
SHOT-Drop ........... .per bag.. .. 175
Buck.........,..... .... a 2 00
TWINE-Bagging ..... .... iper lb. .. .- a .. 25
WHISKEY-Rectified .,/....per gal. .. 25 a .. 26

BANK NOTE TABLE.
All the Banks of South Carolina .. ........par.
Bank State of Gedrgia and Branches.........par.
Planters Bank, Savannah....................par.
Marine & Fire Insurance Bank and Branches.par:
Central Rail Road Bank,..........5 per cent. -dis.
Bank of Augusta............................. Wr-
Mechanics Bank, Augusta .................. .par.
Augusta Insurance and Banking Co. Augusta par.
Georgia Rail Road & Banking Company, do..par.,
Bank of Brunswick.........................par.
Bank of Milled geville ...................... par..
Commercial Bink, Macon.......... .... par.
Bank St. Mar s, Columbus............ ......ppar.
Ruckersville ranking Co., Ga. 2 per cer.t. die,
Central Bank of Georgia,... .3 percent. d
Merchants' nk of Macon,............. 5 pO dig.
-Ocmulgee B.nk, Macon, Ga............ ...broke.
Monroe Rai oad and Banking Company tbrokte
Bank of D rien and Branches.... :.... ..broke,








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Steamer Lowell.
Standing "A. No. I," with all the Insurance Offices.
THE splendid and substantial
Fast running steamer "LOWELL,"
H J, T. Niles, Master, will ply re-
l&gularly every week between this
city and Eufaula, touching and freighting at all
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 run re-
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.


Steamer Charleston,
THE new, splendid and fast
running steamer CHARLESTON,
Freeman, Master, will, in connec-
nection with the LOWELL, 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 traft, 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.
Agents Eufaula.
MOORE & McKENZIE,
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
febl9 Agents Apalachicola.


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PORT OF APALACHICOLA .... March 16.


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FOR FREIGHT OR CHAi The fast sailing Br. ship ROTHSCHILD,
Ji apply to (febi2) P H B FEtL,
FOR, SALEE-The fast sailing schr.
VANDALIA of the buirthen of fifty
tons, well fotna in sails; iggin'g, &e &
carries two hundred and irtj bales f co.ttol', an
draws only five feet bf water, will be,s0od pWy, to
close the coibicen. Apply to Gapt. Smith'onboard,
or to B. ELLISON & Co-.:
matchll 33 Water st.
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W TESTERN PRODUCE.-Just received pri
Sschr Lion from New Orleans*
50 bbls Whiskey;
50 do Flour;,
5 hhds Bacon Sides
5 Ado Shoulders. ~1'i 1
For sale by M. A..MYERS,
mar4 .28 Water st.
N OTICE-The subscribers take this method
of informing those who' ar indebted to
them, that they are in immediate want of the
amount of their bills. They li.a e become per.
fectly satisfied that patronage without pay will
not answer, and that fofti this date all bills in-
curred must be paid before delivery of the goods
To taose Whb have been .punctual we can say
that We shall be as ready as ever to serve them,as
usual, and with greater dispatch, as we shall not
be troubled with those who do not pay.
LAWRENCE & CAIGH.
Apladhicola, March 11, 1844. mrllm
,TJARRISON" APPLE CIDER.-15 bbis ot
J-L the above, for sale by -
marll NOURSE & STONE.-
N CONSIGNMENT-50 boxs manufactured
0Tobacco, which will be sold very .low for
cash or on short time for approved paprt..
DAVID G. RNlEY,.
marll 43 Watr street.:-,


DOMESTIC MARKETS.
NEW YORK, March 6.--COTTON--The dispo-
sition on the part of holders, before noticed, to.
press sales, and realize without delay, has contin-
ued since our last, and although there has existed
a fair demand, chiefly for exportation, yet prices
'ave again receded, and we further reduce our
quotations one-quarter of a cent; thus making the
eeline since the arrival of the Hibernia one cent
per lb.
FLOUR--The advancedistate of the season, and
the large stock still remaining in the hands of re-
teivers, together with a very moderate demand,
the market for Western Flonr quite dull, and since
our last, a reduction of about 64 cents has been
submitted to on Ohio ; Genesee is still held firmly
at $4,931.
NEW ORLEANS, March 9.--COTTON--The
.decline in prices since our report of Wednesday,
is about a quarter of a cent, and' the requisite
change has been made in our quotarions. We
must remark, however, that great irregularity has
prevailed, and that it is very difficult to quote ac-
curately under existing circumstances. The sales
of the week, exclusive of a number of important
shipments, amount to 27,400 bales, of which 14,600
were sold during the last three days.
SUGARa-We have no material change to notice
in the character of the Sugar market since our re-
--Vier -of-tasr Vednesday morning, the demand
having again been pretty fair, and prices about the
same as before quoted--say for inferior to com-
mon 51 a 59i, fair 5j a 6, prime 64 a 6k, strictly
choice in small lots 6j a 7j cents per lb.
MOLASSES--Syce our review of last Wednes-
day morning, the demand for Molasses on the
Levee has been quite moderate, and the market
is less firm than it was. We now quote from 23
to 23J cents per gallon for good lots, remarking
that most of the sales are at the lowest of these
rates.
FLOUR--Since our last Wednesday's revied, the
sales have not reached any very important extent,
but the absence of any supply of consequence at
the Levee (there being no receipts at the moment
except occasional small parcels by steamboats,)
enabled holders of lots in store to obtain a further
Advance in the rates, which we now quote at $4 40
a 4 45 for Ohiod and $4 50 a 4 75 for Illinois and
St. Louis brands.
BAcoN-Sides and shoulders continue in very
fair demand, but Hams remain comparatively dull,
as for some time past. In regard to prices, inclu-
ding both country and city smoked, they range
the same as before quoted-say for uncanvassed
Hams 4j a 5 cents, ordinary canvassed do. 4j a 5,
sugar cured 6 a 7j; Sides 4 a4j; Shoulders 3 a 34
cents' per Ib.
WHISKEY-We continue to quote Rectified at
S19Ua20 cents per gallon, remarking that as there
is itte or none on the landing at the moment
mtostof the, which are only to a moderate extent,
-are from store at the latter rate. Common is dull
,at 21 cents.

PASSENGERS.
Per Steamer Champion-J C Maclay & son, S
M Hiil, Crpt A T Bennett.
Per steamer Florence-Dr Lockhart.
Per steamer Augusta-Mrs J A Rawson, Mrs
M A Hardwitk, Mrs Landrum, Mrs Webb, child
and servt, Mi* Thornton, Miss Coneke, Miss Le-
sieur, Miss Bryan, Messrs J M Landrum, J An-
derson, E Brown, J M Cox, L Bryan, B Screws,
L Wooten, Z Sawyer, T A Terry, E McGriff, J.
N Webb.
Per steamer Oconee-Messrs J C Ruse, Gavin,
O P Tillinghast, 'eanrenaud. Smith.
Per steamer Boston-Miss SHurd and svt, Miss
L Hurd, C H Mather, W Hone, A G Saffold, J
Sims, D C Bryan.
Per steamer ColAmbus--Messrs Battle, Ballou,
GTice, Nell, Booth, 1ing, Kimbrough.
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per tteamer Apalaehicola-15 bales cotton to
Harper & Holmes; 44 to Lockhart & Young; 3 to
W A & P C Kaia; 19 to J Day & Co; 56 to Mc-
Kay & Hartshorne; 40 to W G Porter & Co.
Per steamer Florence-161 bales cotton to Kim-
brough & Ridgway; 40 to C Rogers.
Per steamer Augusta-123 bales cotton to Mc-
Kay Hartshorne; 114 to B Ellison & Co; 75 to
Harper & Holmes; 97 to W A & P C Kain; 22 to
Hill Dawson & Co; 166 to Lockhart & Young;
94 t6 E P Butts; 193 to J N Webb; 71 to Nourse
& Stone.
Per steamer Cnampion-98 bales cotton to C
Rogers; 10 to W A & P C Kain; 6 to B S Hawley.
Per steamer Oconee-155 bales cotton to Lock-
hart L& Young; 33Hill, Dawson S co; 33 C Rogers;
19 Haper & Holmes; 17 M'Kay & Hartshorne.
, Per-'teamer Boston-149 bales cotton to W A &
P C eain -47 Lockhart & Young; 51 Preston &
Maclay.
Per steamer Siren-182 bales cotton to Wm G
Porter & co, 11 T H & C HAustin; 3 B S Hawley;
7 Lockhirt & Young* 1 M'Kay & Hartshorne.
Per steamer Columbus-47 bales cotton to C Ro-
gers; 223 Wylie; 69 Wm G Porter & co; 9 Col
Battle; 8 order.
; EXPORTS.
NEWy YORK-Per ship Duncan-972 bs cotton.
i Per ship Glendoveer,--1541 do
Per bark Ligonia-817 do
SPer ship Lyons--1469 do
"'jW Per ship Marianna--985 do
W.t ORLEANS--Per schr Seminole-18 do


UST received per schr Lion from r Orleans-
A few patterns of French Doeskin,,for .Gent
tlemen's Pants, suitable for, Spting weair. Also,
French Shoes, for sale 19w for Cash, by
BARNARD ELLIS,
march 28 Water st.
I HAIRS! C HAIRSk!!!--Received per ship
Marianna-
10 dozen Cane Seat Maple Chairs,
4 t' curled "
Boston Rocking Chairs, ,
1 Mahogany ',
Also-Sofas, Sideboards, Beatuweauts, Tables,' ::
Bedsteads, Washstands, Curled Hair Mattrasses,
Feathers, &c., all of which will be sold. low-for
Cash, by PETER HOBART.
march
ORK.-50 bbls Prime; 20 do Mess., ,
For sale by WA WOOD, ,.
feb5 23 Water st.
OAP-10 bxs No. 1 Boston yellow ~ Soap.
10 boxes N York "
5 Winchester's best family.
10 Kimball's stipeaior Shaving and Toi.
let Soap.
20 bbls Soap, the best and cheapest for wasi-
ing and stbwing cotton.
Just received and foi sale low by
I aS. DILL & CO.
marii 29 Water st.'
JIUST received from New Orleans-
300 bushels prime Oats, for sale low for cash,.
i B. ELLIS,
marl 28 Water st.


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R ICE-A fresh supply of a prime article, for
sale low by T. L. MITC'HEL,
marchl6 33 Wa'ter st.


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H. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER,
No. 31 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.


H1 R. Wobd,
ANOTAgRY PUBLIC,
No. 31 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.
Auction Sale.
S N THURSDAY, the 21st instant, I will
sell at public auction, in front of the Apa-
lachicola Exchange, at 12 o'clock, the following
described property, to wit:-All the right, title
and interest of Mrs. Mary Corley, relict of Elizur
Wood, deceased, in and to Lot 20, Block E, front
range, being 26 feet on Chestnut and 30 feet on
Commerce street. The interest of the said Mary
Corley being her dower in the same as assigned
by order of the Hon. the Judge of the County
Court for the County of Franklin.
M. A. MYERS,
marll Auctioneer.


IMPORTS
HANANA-Per schr Cape Cod-114 bbls, 6 tes,
17 hhds molasses, 150 bags coffee, 3 bxs' sugar, 3
cases sweatmeats, 10M segars, and fruit-to T L
Mitchel.
NEW YORK-Per brig Ann Eliza-50 bs hay,
to order.
Per brig Florida-3 pkgs mdze to W Braun; 7 to
P Hobart; 112 to H & H Holmes; 246 to Moore
& McKenzie; 77 to H R Taylor; 3 to J J Ridg-
way; 2 to Perry & Dickinson; 30 to R Wylie; 10
to T D Mitchel; 5 to J Rees 144 to Hill, Dawson
& Co; 137 to H Smith; 24 to S Schiffer; 4 to Fle-
wellen & Butt; 803 to McKay & Hartshorne; 100
toTillinghast, Stark & Co; 2 to I-I D Darden; 41
to Nourse & Stone; 5 to Dodge & Gardner- 11 to
Avery & Jones; 82 to Damerel & Co; 3 to Preston
& Maclay; 14 to Green & Connery; 41 to Thayer
& Keeler; 560 to order.
Per brig Christina-150 tons ice to Union Rock-
land Lake Ice Company.
NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Boston-79 coils
rope, 20 bbls whiskey, 20 do molasses, 5 do flour,
3 hhds sugar to Kimbrough '& Ridgway; 25 bbls
molasses M'Kay M Hartshorne; 168 pcs bagging 232
coils rope, T L Mitchel; 27 bbls whiskey, 4 hhds
sugar Harper & Holmes; 36 pkgs mdje Flewellen
& Butt; 6 do H R Taylor; 25 do J B Appling; 67 do
A Wylie; 61 do J L Smallwood; 67 do Hill, Daw-
son & co.
BOSTON-Per ship Manco-800 casks lime, 5
do plaster to Kimbrongh & Ridgway; 48 packages,
mdze to Whitmarsh & Richardson; 5 to Harper
& Holmes; 6 to order.
CHARLESTON-Per brig Tybee-7 packages
mdze to Harper & Holmes; 1 A Wylie; 2 Lock-
hart & Young; 103 to order.


FOR LIVERPOOL-The- firschla d
barque MERSEY, J. Tucker, master,
having t wo-thirds of her cargo engaged
and going on board, will have dispatch. For bal-
ance of freight, apply to


COMMERCIAL.

MANIL ARRANGEMENT.
bDue Tuesday and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M.
Closes Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10, P. M.
LATEST DATES.
Liverpool,. .. .Feb. 3. New York....March 7.
Havre, ......... Jan. 31. New Orleans,. 9.
Havana,........ Feb. 17. Charleston,... 9.
EXCHANGE.

Checks at sight on N York......3-4 pr. ct. disc't.
at sight on Charleston,. par.
Augusta, .... par.
Savannah,.,. par.
N Orleans,...none.
Bills on New York .... 30 days.... 1 a 1 per c dis't.
....60 days. .. l1a "
On all other Northern cities, the same rates.
COTTON MARKET.
y Our Market has been in a very unsettled state
4this week, and prices daily yielding more in favor
vif buyers, with a suspension ofrfall demand at
the close. We find it difficult to quote, but should
say that purchases could be made at 6 a 6j for In-
ferior, Ordinary 61 a 7, Middling 7j a 8, Middling
Fair 81 a 8S Fair 8j a-.
The sales of the week have amounted to 1,277
bales, as follows:--9 bales at 6, 9 at 6j, 11 at 74,
,40 at 71, 72 at 7j, 13 at 7j, 120 at 71, 328 at 8, 84
oet 8i, 00 at 83-16, 112 at 84, 45 at 81, 116 at 8j, 7
at 6, 40 at S 11-16, 82 at 8j, 58 at 10 cents per lb.
COTTON STATEMENT.
.Stock on hand...................211
Received since our last,....... 2,286
*t previously........... 91,095
-93,592 bales.
Exported since our last,........5,802
previously, ........ ..62,734
---68,536 "
Stock on hand not cleared,..... .25,066 "
'FREIGHTS. '
To Liverpool,.............. .... id prlb.
New York,....... .......... 11-16c "
Boston,,............. ......... 11-16c "
Britsh ships are taking freely for Liverpool at
Id; coastwise are dull, and ll-16c. the nominal
irate.


New Arrangement.
S, THE substantial fast-running U.
S. Mail Boat SIREN, Sharpless,
Master, will hereafter leave Apa-
lachicola every Tuesday and Sat-
urday night, at 10 o'clock, for Brown's Ferry, and
will leave Brown's Ferry every Sunday' and
Wednesday evening, Chattahoochee every Mon-
day and Thursday, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
The SIREN is neatly arranged, and for the
convenience and accommodation of passengers is
unsurpassed by any boat on the river.
VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS,
Apalachicola, March 16f 1844. Contractors.


BENJ. SALTER,,
50 Water st.


marchl5


FOR LIVERPOOL-The British ship
^^ DAUNTLESSS Rogers, master, 462 tons
3^ btrthen, having most bhf hei cargo en-
gaged and going on board', will ineet with des-
patch. For balance of freight or passage, apply
to the nastet dir tb
marnl 'I C A fSTSIN' i8 'Wat oer*at


~LIUY~~L~ 1V UIC Ye


& FOR LIVERPOOL-The British bark
SOPHIA, Webster, having most of, her
cargo engaged and going, on board, %ll
meet with despatch. For balance of freight or
passage apply to the master or -to
marll S CASSIlN, 43 Water st.


Auction Sale.
WILL be sold on the fourth day of April next,
in front of Messrs. Green & Connery's
Store, Eleven Bales Cotton, for the purpose of
paying freight, salvage, &c.; said eleven bales
were shipped on board steamboat Tallahassee, S.
Dummer, master, May 25, 1842. Unless claimed
and identified before the day aforesaid, it will be
sold to the highest bidder.
M. A. MYERS,
March 4, 1844. Auctioneer.
SALE OF LOTS IN APALACHICOLA, AT
AUCTION, ON THE 16th DAY OF APRIL
NEXT, IN FRONT OF THE APALACHI-
COLA EXCHANGE.
W HEREAS, COSAM EMIR BARTLETT
S became purchaser from the Apalachicola
Land Company on the 7th day of March, 1837,
of lot No. 2 in block No. 26, at the price of ten hun-
dred and fifty dollars, and did pay $.262 50 and ex-
ecuted his notes each for $262 50, payable on the
7th day of March, 1838, 1839 and 1840, which are
unpaid with the interest. Also, the same, at the
same time, became purchaser from the same of
lot No. 15, and fraction adjoining in block C,
second range, for twenty-five hundred dollars,
and did execute his notes each for $833 33, paya-
ble the 7th day of March, 1938, 1839 and 1840,
which are unpaid with the interest.
ELWOOD BURDSELL became purchaser from
the Apalachicola Land Company on the 7th day of
March, 1837, of lot No. 3, block H, second range,
at the price of sixteen hundred and twenty-five
dollars, and did execute his notes each for $541 66,
payable on the 7th day of March, 1838, 1839 and
1840, which are unpaid with the interest.
JOSEPH C. BUtRDSELL became purchaser
from the Apalachicola Land Company on the 7th
day of March, 1837, of lot No. 4, block H, second
range, at the price of thirteen hundred and seven-
ty-five dollars, and did execute his notes each for
$458 33, payable on the 7th day of March, 1838,
1839 aud 1840, which are unpaid with the interest.
JOHN BISHOP & Co. became purchasers from
the Apalachicola Land Company on the 22d day
of March, 1838, of lot No. 9, in block 149, at the
price of two hundred and fifty dollars, and did pay
$83 33, and executed their notes each for $83 33,
-payable on the 22d day of March, 1839 artd 1840,
one of which is unpaid with the interest.
CHARLES EDMONDSTON, of Charleston,
became purchaser from the Apalachicola Land
Company on the 20th day of April, 1836, of lots
Nos. 1 and 9, in block D2, and lots 5 and 16, in
block H1, at the price of ten thousand, two hun.
dred and fifty dollars, and did pay $2,562 50, and
executed his notes each for 9$2,562 50, payable on
the 20th day of April, 1837, 1838 and 1839, one of
which is unpaid with the interest.
WILLIAM LOW became purchaser from the
Apa!ach cola Land Company on the 16th day of
March, 1838, of lot No. 3, in block 17, at the price
of seven hundred dollars, and did pay $175, and
executed his notes each for $175, payable on the
16th March, 1839, 1840 and 1841, two of which are
unpaid with the interest.
CHARLES C. MILLS became purchaser from
the Apalachicola Land Company on the 27th day
of February, 1839, of lots Nos. 8, 9 and 10, in
block 45, at the price of fifteen hundred dollars,
and did pay $375, and executed his notes each for
$375, payable on the 27th February, 1840, 1841
and 1842, all of which are unpaid with the in-
terest.
AMBROSE SNOW became purchaser from the
Apalachicola Land Company on the 16th day of
March, 1838, of lot No. 9, in block 11, at the price
of one thousand dollars, and did pay $250 and ex.
ecuted his notes each for $250 payable the 16th
March, 1839, 1840 and 1841, all of which are un-
paid with the interest.
CHARLES McKINNEY, became purchaser
from the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 22d
of May, 1838, of lot No. 11, block B, second range,
for one thousand five hundred dollars, and did pay
$375, and executed his notes each for $375, pay-
able on the 22d day of May, 1839, 140 and 1841,
which are unpaid with the interest.
JOHN T. MYRICK became purchaser from the
Apalachicola Land Company, on the 20th day of
April, 1836, of lots 1 and 2, block 28, for one thou-
sand eight hundred and fifty dollars, and did pay
$462 50 and executed his notes, each for $462,
payable on the 20th day of April, 1837, 1838 and
1839, two of which are unpaid with the interest.
AND WHEREAS, by the agreement made
with said parties, it was tully understood that in
case of failure to pyiv said notes, the said Com-
pany should be at liberty to sell. "And it is fur-
ther understood that if the said (purchaser named)
shall fail to pay either of the said notes as they
respectively become due, the said Company shall
be at liberty, on giv;na thirty day's notice in a
public gazette, purblished in Apalachicola, to re-
sell said lots, at the risk of said (purchaser named)
for the benefit of said Company, and if any sur-
plus remain, after paying of said notes given for
said lots, and all costs and expense, the same shall
be paid to said (purchaser named) or his legal re-
presentatives.'"
And, whereas, said parties have failed to pay
said notes as hereinbefore recited: Now, the said
Company, in pursuance of the provisions of said
agreement, will expose the lots aforesaid for sale
at auction, in front of the Apualachicola Exchange
in said city, on the 16th day of April next, be-
tween the hours of ten o'clock, A. MN and two
o'clock, P. M. for cash, to pay up the notes due
thereon, interest, cost and charges.
(Signed) C. H. AUSTIN,
Agent Apalachicola Land Co. at Apal'a.
Apalachicola, March 16, 1844.


FOR LIVERPOOL-The British.sbip
^^hENGLAND, Boothby, master, will meet
i with despatch, for freight apply to
WA &,P C KAIN,
febl7 4 Colurmbls 3Block.


FOR LIVE"RPOpL-The fast-sailing
Br. ship COUNTEAY, George Tur-
ner, master, will meet with despatch.
For freight apply to .
dec5 VW. A. & P. C. KAIN.


FOR LIVERPOOL.-British barque
ROBERT WATTS, Johnson. master, is
now discharging, and will be ready to
receive freight in a few days, for whlqh apply to
decll J. DAY & Co.


FOR NEW YORK.-The first dass
^ ship GLENDOVEER, Parsons, master,
^ having her entire cargo (under deck) en-
gaged and going on board, for deck freight or
passage, apply to CHAS. ROGERS, ,
feb26 46 Water st'.


CLEARED.
Ship Marianna, Norton, for New York, M'Kay
& Hartshorne.
Ship Lyons, Ryan, for New York byJ Day & co
Ship Glendoveer, Parsons, for New York, by C
Rogers%
Ship'Duncan, Daggett, for New York, by W A
Wood.
Bark Ligonia, Hamilton, for New York, D B
Wood & Co
Brig Tybee, M'Cormick, for Mobile,-master.
Schr Seminole, Taylor, for N Orleans, master.
ARRIVED.
Ship Manco, Nickes, fm Boston, to Kimbrough
& Ridgway.
Bark Ann Welsh, Magna, from New York, to
Nourse & Stone.
Bark Alabama, Merntt, 13 days from N York,
to Harper & Holmes.
Brig Ann Eliza, Mallory, 14 days from N York,
to B. Ellison & Co.
Brig Flo.lda, Crocker, 14 days from New York,
to McKay & Hartshorne.
Brig Tybee, McCormick, from Charleston, to
master.
Brig Christina, Warren, from New York, to W
Mount.
Schr Boston, Bradley, from New Orleans, to J
Day & co
Schr Cape Cod, Nickerson, from Havana, to F
L Mitchel.
Steamer Apalachicola, Sutton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Florence, Stapler. do
Steamer Augusta, Hall, from Columbus.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Steamer Oconee, Greer, fm Columbus.
Steamer Boston, Morton, fm Columbus.
Steamer Columbus, Crenshaw, fm Columbus.
Steamer Siren, Sharpless, fm Bainbridge.
VESSELS IN PORT.
March. 11-Sloops and lighters not included.
SHIPS.
Manco, Nickles, 350 tons, disch'ing-Kimbrough
& Ridgway.
Blanchard, Blanchard, 393 tons, for Havre, load-
ing-I M Wright.
Dauntless, (Br.) Rogers, 562 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-S Cassin.
Courtenay, (Br.) Turner, 608 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-W A & P C Kain.
England, (Br) Boothby, for Liverpool, waiting--
WA&PC Kain.
Sabattis, Cox, 447 tons, for N York, loading-
D B Wood & Co. and Harper & Holmes.
Huron, Paine, 514 tons, for New York, loading--
D B Wood & Co.
Wakona, Borland, 430 tons, for N York, loading
-Harper & Holmes.
Charlemagne, Packard, 442 ton, waiting-I M
Wright.
Rothschild (Br) Fell, 647 tons, for freight or char-
ter-Master.
Troy, Hills, 525 tons, waiting-I M Wright.
BARQUES.
Alabama, Merritt, 348 tons, waiting-Harper &
Holmes.
Mersey, Tucker, 372 tons, fin N York, waiting--
B Salter.
Duke of Cornwall, (Br.) 481 tons, Conrad, fm Liv-
erpool, discharging-E P Butts.
Ann Welsh, Magna, from New York dischar
ging-Nourse & Stone.
Isadore, Springer, 233 tons, fm Boston, waiting--
D B Wood & Co.
Colossus, Lennox, 399 tons, fm Providence, dis-
charging-Beni Salter.
Sophia, (Br.) Webster, 387 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-S Cassin.
Robert Watts, (Br.) Johnson, 491 tons, for Liver-
pool, loading-J Day & Co.
John Brower, Sutton, 310 tons, fm Providence,
waiting-D B Wood Az Co.
Cuba, Blanchard, 233 tons, waiting-Master,
BRIGS.
Christina, Warren, 226 tons, fm New York, dis-
charging-J Mount.
Florida, Crocker, 209 tons, discharg'g-McKay &
Hartshorne.
Ann Eliza, Mallory, 144 tons, waiting-B Ellison
& Co.
Robt Burns, (Br.) Messenger, 296 tons, fm Liver-
pool, dischargnmg-E P Butts.
Falconer, Upton, 251 tons, for New York, load-
Ing-D B Wood & Co.
Pioneer, Mitchell, 225 tons, for Boston, loading--
D B Wood & Co.
Damascus, Chase, 249, waiting-Master.
SCHOONERS.
Boston, Bradley, fm New Orleans, discharging
J Day & Co.
Schr Cape Cod, Nickerson, 49 tons, for Havana

-T L Mitchel.
Excelsior, Woodbury, 84 tons, for Charleston, load-
ing-A L Clements.
Atlantic, Ware, 94 tons, for Norfolk, loading-
Chas Rogers.
Two Marys, West, fm Mobile, discharging.


Steamer Augusta4
THE fine fast running first class
Steamer AUGUSTA, Jas. B1. Hall
Master, will run regularly during
-the season between Apalachicola
and Columbus, when the river will admit, touch-
ing at all the intermediate landing; She will be
at EUFAULA on her downward trip, every Wed-
nesday, and will take freight or passengers on the
most reasonable terms, and insurance can be ob-
tained on her as low as on any other boat.
The Augusta's accommodations for passengers
are not excelled, her Cabin being all in State
rooms, and every exertion will be made to retain
the well known reputation she has sustained for
safety, comfort and despatch,
For freight or passage, apply to
STOW & STARR,
THOSE. A. TERRY,
Agents, Etifaula,
B. ELLISON & CO.,
mar4 Agents, Apaladhicola.


FOR NEW YORK-The fine fast-
j sailing. cppered and copper- fastened
a^e ship DUNCAN, Dagget, for freight on
deck apply to W A WOOD,
feb26 23 Water st.


FOR CHARLESTON:-Te fast sail-
ing schr EXCELSIOR, Woodbury, may.
a ter, with most of her cargo engaged,,wifl
have despatch. For balance of freight or passage.
apply to A. L. CLEMENTS,
mar4 40 Water street.


FOR NORFOLK, VA.-The fine schr.
ATLANTIC, Ware, master, having her
cargo engaged and going on board, wijl
have dispatch. For passage, apply to thes.paster
on board, or to CHARLES ROGERS.
Jnarchll 11-


.IL. W. Spratt, -
ATTORNEY c& COUNSELLOBR AT LAW.
W ILL for the, future reside in this city-: All
-who have committed legal business to his
care while a resident of Quincy, will please ad-
dress him at this place.. He wil con.tinue.,a regun-
lar attendance iipboi the courts of Ja.ekson and
Gadsdeis obtunties, and the Court of Appeals at
Tallahassee. ,: .. .
Office oirt W. A. Wood's, No. 23 Water street:
Apaladhicola,LJan. 8, 1844. --


Spring and Summer Goods!
T HE subscriber has just received per ship
Martha Washington, and other late arrivals,
a large and extensive assortment of Goods suit-
able for the present and coming season, consisting
in part df the following articles, viz:-
200 pair Cottonade Pants,
100 Tuckapaw "
50 Grass Linen Pants,
35 Brown "
75 assorted ,
25 Gents fine black Merino Pants,
50 summer Dress and Frock Coats, various
patterns.
50 Cottonade and Grass Linen Jackets,
25 doz. linen bosom Shirts, different qualities,
25 cold cotton fast colors.
150 pairs Gents PrunellaFBuckskin and Goat.
skin Gaiter Boots,
200 pairs Men's Morocco Slippers,
10 cases Gents calf sewed and pegged Bootsj
100 pairs Men's calf high and low quarter Shoes
50 pcs Mosquitoe Netting,
3 cases Gents fine Moleskin and Fur Nutria
Hatsi
100 doz Palmleaf Hats, of different qualities,
3 Gents fine Leghorn and Sea Grass Hats
wide and narrow brims.
A good assortment of Ladies' firne and fancy
colored and black Gaiter Boots.
ALSO-Ladies' fine black kid Slippers, and a
variety of other articles which are offered and
will be sold very low for cash by
FRANCIS KOPMAN.
Apalachicola, March 11, 1844, m11 5t


IGARS & CHEATING. TOBACCO-Some
choice brands just received from N Orleans,
and for sale by B. ELLIS,
marll q8 Water st.


AUTION-The public are hereby cautioned
against trading for some nbtes of hand made
by me, payable to n. Carrigan, dated Nov. 30,
1843, as the consideration for vhich slid notes
were given has entirely failed, I will not pay them
unless compelled by law, S9
March 4, 1844. HARVEY WILLIAM


E CHANGE
for sale by
febl9-5t


L OOK HERE!-The person who borrowed,
WITHOUT LEAVE, six volumes of Niles'
Weekly Register," and three volumes of British
Classic's," will please return them or call and
get the remaining eighteen volumes of the former
and thirty-three of the latter, as I wish them.
kept together. JAS. F. FARRIOR. l
marcl6



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


A ADVANCES ON COTTON.-Liberal advan-
ces fhade on cotton for shipment to Liver-
,pool, Havre, Boston or New York, by
janl5 HARPER & HOLMES.


Fair !
HE LADIES respectfully announce to the
citizens of Apalachicola, that a Fair will be
held at the Mansion House on Thursday evening
next, 21st inst., when a large collection of Needle
Work, Fancy Articles, and many other things
both curious and useful will be exhibited. ,The
public generally, and the gentlemen and strangers
in particular, are invited to give them a call.
March 16, 1844.


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


S NION BANK FUNDS-Eight Hundred Dol-
lars, in a certificate of deposit, in Union Bank
Florida, for sale by T. L. MITCHEL,
march16 33 Water st.


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


T O ARRIVE PFR SHIP MANCO-A supply
of superior Family Butter; 25 boxes first
quality Cheese; lot fresh Rasins; lot of Cranber-
ries, in small packages; lot Almonds, Candies,
&c. Also, a large lot of the Paterit Lever Locks,
from the Boston Lever Lock Co., and for sale by
WHITMARSH & RICHARDSQN,
marchll 27 Water st.'


RUNKS.,Iron Bound, Leather and Hair
T Tunks, for sale loLw by
Sfebl2 N MILLER, 45 Water st.


SUMMER HATS--25 doz of fine Summerf Hat
just received and for sale by
febl9 S DILL & CO., 29 Watert S .
XCHANGE-Bought and sold, by
WM. G. PORTER.,
feb19 Agent 'Bank Brunsw."


KENTUCKY BAGGING & BALE ROPE--
200 pieces Bagging; 200 coils Rope, for sale
on favorable terms by T. L. MITCHEL,
machl6 33 Water st.


BLOCKS.-2000 ft common, bushed and plank
assorted sizes, for sale by
feb26 W A WOOD', 23 Water st.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.





I


HOARHOIi C y
ITS POWER IS UNIVERSAL:.
"For the angel of death spread. his.wings on, te
blast,
And breathed in the face of mankind as he passed.'
REMEMBER
That the first symptoms of sicknes-t,compl nt or
disease, has an origin which reqiu ire sbhut little at-
tention to 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 approach of medi-
cine, and finally terminates in DEATH.
I How necessary is it then that mankind shuMld
become aware of the safeguard which cap ibe
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- At-
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 the whole
United States bear record of its virtues. Sold
wholesale and retail by J. Pease & Son.
For sale by B. S. HAWLEY, Sole agent.


rHE subscriber, agent for the JEtna Insurance
Company, of Hartford, Conn., is prepared to
sue policies of Insurance against Fire and loss
: damage on rivers, on favorable terms. The
capital of the above company is large and invested
n the safest possible manner, and its settlement
f 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
settling losses with promptitude and liberality is
well known. DAN'L J. DAY,
dec25 52 Water st.


U. S. MARSHAL'S SALES.

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

SALE OF LOTS IN APALACHICOLA AT
AUCTION, ON THE 10th DAY OF APRIL
NEXT, IN FRONT OF THE APALACHI-
COLA EXCHANGE.
WHEREAS, WILLIAM MATTHEWS, be-'
came purchaser from the Apalachicola
Land Company on the 18th day of April, 1836,
of lots No. 7 and 12, on block B., front range at
the price of fifteen hundred dollars payable one-
third cash due on the 15th day of September, 1835;
one-third on the 15th day of September, 1836 and
the remaining one-third on the 15th day of Sep-
tember, 1837, for which last payments two notes
were given each dated April 18th, 1836, with in-
terest from Sept. 15th, 1835, which notes remain
unpaid with the interest accrued thereon.
GEORGE W. HARRISON and DAVID G.
RANEY, Merchants, using the name and style
of Harrison & Raney," became purchasers from
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 21st day
of April, 1836, of that part of Wharf, lot No. 22
being directly in front of lot No. 9, block E, first
range, at the price of three thousand dollars, pay-
able as follows; one-fourth cash, one-fourth one
year after date, one-fourth two years after date,
and the remaining one-fourth three years after
date, for which three notes were by them executed
as above and dated June 1st, 1837, for the sum of
seven hundred and fifty dollars each with interest
from date, two of which now remain unpaid with
the interest accrued thereon. 's
4f!0 NATHAN BAKER, became purchaser from '
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 7th day\
[ of March, 1837, of lot No. 3, in block No. 14, in)
the city of Apalachicola, at the price of twelve
hundred dollars, payable as follows; one-fourth
cash, one-fourth on the 7th day March, 1838, one
fourth on the 7th day of March, 1839 and the re-
maining one-fourth on the 7th day of March, 1840,
for which three last payments notes were duly
executed with interest from date, which last note
remains unpaid, with the interest accrued thereon.
\ WILLIAM H. WILDER, became purchase
from the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 7th
day of March, 1837, of lot No. 4, block 14, at the
price of ten hundred and fifty dollars, payable as
follows; one-fourth cash, one-fourth payable on
the 7th day of March, 1838, one-fourth on the 7th
day of March, 1839, and the remaining one-fourth
on the 7th day of March, 1840, for which. three
last payments notes were duly executed, with in-
terest from date, two of which notes now remain
?unpaid with the interest accrued thereon.
ERASTUS CHITTENDEN, became purchaser'
I'roin the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 7th
iday of March, 1837, of lots Nos. 1 and 2, in block
-No. 14, in the city of Apalachicola, at the price
of twenty-six hundred dollars, payable as follows;
'one-fourth cash, one-fourth on the 7th day of March
1838, one-fourth on the 7th day of March, 1839,
and the remaining one-fourth on the 7th day of
March, 1840, for which last three payments notes
were duly executed, with interest from date, one
of which notes remains unpaid with the interest
accrued thereon. ---
ROBERT J. FLOYD, became purchaser from
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 16th day
of April, 1838, of lot No. 3, in block No. 16, in
the city of Apalachicola, at the price of eleven
hundred dollars, payable as follows ; one-fourth
cash, one-fourth on the 16th day of April, 1839,
one-fourth on the 16th day of April, 1840, and
the remaining one-fourth on the 16th day of April,
1841, for which last three payments notes were
duly executed with interest from date, one of
which notes remains unpaid, with the interest
accrued thereon.
JOHN R. CHAPMAN, became purchaser from
the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 15th day
of March, 1838, of lot No. 1, in block No. 188,
in the city of Apalachicola, at the price of four
hundred and fifty dollars, payable as follows; one
fourth cash, one-fourth on the 15th day of March
1839, one-fourth on the 15th day of March, 1840,
and the remaining one-fourth on the 15th day ot
March, 1841, for which last three payments notes
were duly executed, with interest from date, one
of which notes remains unpaid with the interest
accrued thereon.
MARGARET F. BOWER, Executrix of Ebe-


e nezer J. Bower, deceased, became purchaser from
, the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 16th day
- of March, 1838, of lot No. 10, in block No. 52,
in the city of Apalachicola, at the price of five
hundred dollars, payable as follows; one-fourth
cash, one-fourth on the 16th day of March, 1839.
one-fourth on the 16th day of March, 1840, and
the remaining one-fourth on the 16th day of March
1841, for which last three payments notes were
duly executed with interest from date, one of
g which notes remains unpaid, with the interest
d accrued thereon,
e dInd whereas, by the agreement made with
said parties, it was fully understood, that in case
of failure to pay said notes, the said Company
should be at liberty to sell. "And it is further
r. understood, that if the said (purchaser named)
shall fail to pay either of the said notes, as they
respectively become due, the said Company shal
R be at liberty, on giving thirty days notice, in n
i- public gazette, published in Apalachicola, to re
e sellsaid lots, at the risk of said (purchaser named'
y for the benefit of said Company, and if any sur
plus remain, after paying of said notes, given fo:
e said lots, and all costs and expenses, the sam(
h shall be paid to said (purchaser named) or his o:
.e her legal representatives." And whereas, saic
y, parties have failed to pay said notes herein be
1o fore cited; Now said Company, in pursuance o
ir said agreement, will expose the lots aforesaid a
auction, in front of the Apalachicola Exchange
in said city on the 10th day of April next, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 3, P
M. for cash, to pay the notes due thereon, interest
a cost and charges.
a- Lewis Curtis and George Griswold, trustees c
le the Apalachicola Land Company, for the use c
John Macpherson Berrien, for the use of Davi
Selden. By their Agent, B. G. ROPES.
Apalachicola, March 4th, 1844. m4 1m
7e
br TAY.-60 bales first rate Hay, now landing
HLL from barque Globe, for sale by
febl2 S DILL & CO., 29 Water st.


Agency Bankl of Charleston.
iHE subscriber, AGENT of the above BANK,
is authorised to purchase Exchange on the
lorth and Sterling Bills, and to Check on New
fork and Charleston.
G- Office over D. G. Raney's store, Water st.
SAMUEL CASSIN.
Apalachicola, Jan. 26th, 1844. jan29 2m


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. H
S. H. HARTSHORNE,
Nov. 30, 1843. 45 Administrator.
NOTICE.-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


MANSION HOUSE.
HIS 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-
cured. Feeling grateful for former liberal patron-
age, the subscriber hopes to merit its continuance.
BENJ'N HURD.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 tf


Ready Made Clothing !
N MILLER & CO., 45 Wa-
Soter 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-Shcks--Sur tou ts--Pants--
Vests, &c., &c., as follow : ."
Cloth, Beaver, Flushing and'
-- Satin'et 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 figufed 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


f
i- s;r
r-


APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE.
ITHE 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 trancient boarders,and the subscriber
hopes by strict attention to the business of his
house to be second to none in rendering his guests
comfortable.
Oysters, Game, &c. served up at all hours, and
in the best style. The Bar attached to the house,
as usual, is stocked with the best Wines and Li-
quors. Grateful for the liberal patronage hereto-
fore received, he hopes that his friends and the
public will continue to sustain him.
HEZ SMITH.
Apalachieola, Dec. 18th, 1843. decl8 tf


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


N OTICE-All persons indebted to the estate
of GABRIEL J. FLOYD, deceased, are re-
: quested to make immediate payment to the un-
dersigned, or her agent D. G. Raney, Esq., and
all persons having claims or demands against
said estate, will present them duly authenticated
within the time prescribed by law or this notice
will be plead in bar.
|n SARAH M. FLOYD, Executrix.
Apalachicola, March 11th, 1844. mll 2m


LEWIS' EXCHANGE.
HE 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.
0g3 The subscriber will remain and keep the
House open during the Summer season, and his
only desire is to please and merit a liberal patronage
SETH P. LEWIS.
Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 tf


Fashionable Clothing.
iUST received per brig R,-W.
E Brown, from N. York, a large
and splendid assortment of FASH-
IONABLE WINTER & SPRING
CLOTHING, consisting of fine
Cloth Dress and Frock Coats;
Figured and plain Silk, Satin,
and Valencia Vests;
Blue, black and colored, plain
-- mixed and ribbed PaulJooiuns .
Also, a general assortment of- '..rts and Shoes,
Hats, Caps, &c., which will be sold low by
S B HAMILTON,
jan29 47 Water street.


NOTICE-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 pame
within the time prescribed by law, or this notice
will be plead in bar of their recovery.
B. DORSEY BATTLE, 4dm'r.
Jackson Co., Feb. 19, 1844. feb19-2m


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

-W M. G. PORTER & CO., offer for sale a large
S and well selected stock of DRY GOODS,
consisting of:-
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Kerseys;
Sattinets, Flannels and Blankets;
Foi eign and Domestic Prints;
Brown Drillings and Irish Linens;
Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ;
S" Shirtings;
Cotton Osnaburgs;
And every other article in their line adapted
to the country trade. dec4 y


I. A. LeGay,
(AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,)
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
A ._.o7 .TAKES this method of inform-
.t'+7 -.- ing tlhe public, that he has just
% f, _44a 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 andl
Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold
and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob
Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Mantle
Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell
low for cash.
FULL JEWELED GOLD WATCHES AS CHEAP AS
SEVENTY DOLLARS.
All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired, ani1d
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 dispatch as
though his establishment were in Apaluchicola. .
Columbus, Ga., Oct. 15, 1843. 10 tf
Boot and Sihoe Making.-
THOMAS CLARK having removed'
to the Store formerly occupied by Jo.
< R-seph Schyodt, ]e-p..ct ftll\ irnfor ns the
(I citizens of Apalachicola, and the u4p-
country that he will attend to the above business
in all its branches. Frenchcalf skin Boots-made
to order. He has also on hand a supply of French
Gaiter Boots and Shoes, new and fashionable
style, which will be sold asl:i\ for cash as in any*
house in the city. oct. 28.
Runaway Negro!
Committed to Jail tiisday, a negroinan
; as a runaway slave. Said negro, is about
5 feet 8 inches high, :b,.out thirty years of
^"age, thick set, and stoops a little when,
walking, has a small scar over the right eye, one
under the chin, and on ec.-h hand ; and a large
scar on the left shoulder blade, back slightly
scarred by the whip. He was dressed in gray
kersey pants and round ji.ckct, and says he be-
longs to John B. White, of Harris county, Ga.
Had with him, when talo up, a baNdly written
and worded pass, name could not positively be
ascertained. Any pe.rs.-ri owning said negro will
please come forward, prove property, pay charges
and take him away. C. J. SHEPARD,
Sheriff of Franklin county, Fla.
Apalachicola, Feb. I"',. 1-1 mnir4 6rntpt
INSPECTOR OF LUMBER.-Having r eived .
the appointment of Tiispeciur o hi h;.iiber, I :
will attend at any time to the duw'es of he ap-"
pointment. `
{lt Office 42 Water street--r! stairs.; f
feb26 PETER HOERT.
DILOT AND NAVY BREAD.--50 bls Pilot ;
j- 50 do Navy, for sale by. .
feb5 WA WOO\, *3 Wafer st.
G ARDEN SE:D.-Wtthe, tii,:. fresh Seeds,
just received and for sale, by v
febl2 BARNARD ELL I, 28&Watert.
SHAKER'S GARDEN SEED.-A fcesh s iply
Just received and for sale by
febl2 B ELLISON & CO., 33 Watrt-


PHOENIX HOUSE.
THE subscriber having refitted the above es-
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-
cise.
OYSTERS, and every other delicacy which
may be wanted for refreshment, can be had at any
h6ur.
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 meal, ........... .................50
Lodging,................ ......... ......50
Nov. 20 41 tf W. H. KELTON


ON CONSIGNMENT.-Just received from
New Orleans on consignment:
100 bbls superfine Flour;
10 casks Bacon-sides & shoulders;
Sugar, Molasses, &c., &c.
All of which will be sold very low for cash.
febl9 D G RANEY, 43 Water st.


O N CONSIGNMENT:-4 hhds CROCKERY
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, &ci
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.


Bacchus !
TpHE subscriber having taken the BAR-ROOM
J_ of the "CITY HOTEL," in Columbus, re-
spectfully solicits, from his friends and the public,
a share of their custom. The Bar will be con-
stantly furnished with the choicest WINES,
LIQUORS, and CIGARS. Gentlemen who wish
to indulge in a Toddy,' cold or hot, a Punch,'
hot or cold, or 'straight fixins,' will find them
'mixed up brown' at this establishment;" and
those who wish to regale themselves with a cigar,
will always find here a regalia,' a canone,' or
a principle ; of the most delicious flavor.
.The reputation which the "City Hotel" has
established, for gentility and good order, pre-
cludes the necessity of the undersigned 'making
any assurance that such will be maintained
throughout. From an attention to this business
for a number of years, the subscriber does not
flatter himself in feeling assured that he can give
perfect satisfaction. Drop in and judge for your-
selves. R. E. RAIMOND.
Columbus, Ga. Feb. 10, 1844. febl2 tf


DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
D The co-partnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of "SHERMAN & FORD,"
was this day dissolved by mutual consent.
L. SHERMAN,
S. R. FORD,
Apalachicola, Feb. 24, 1844.


THE undersigned makes known to his friends
and the public that he has purchased the entire
interest of his late partner, and will continue the
business under his own name at the old stand.
feb26 S. R. FORD.


SADDLERY-Received by late arrivals from
New York, another assortment of Saddlery,
consisting of
Ladies' and Gentlemens' Saddles,
Coach Harnesses,
Buggy "
Jersey "
Double Wagon Harnesses,
Collars and Hanes,
Bridles and Bridle Bitts,
Martingales, Circingles and Girts,
Stirrups and Stirrup Leathers,
Carpet Bags of various kinds.
Also, a few Calf Skins and white and red Lin-
ing Skins, all of which will be sold low for Cash,
by PETER HOBART.
march


Printing Otfice 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


N 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, 1844, feb5 1m


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ACON & LARD.-5 casks new sides;
2 casks fiew Hams; 30 kegs Lard.
Just received per schr Boston, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
feb23 40 Water street.


F OR SALE.-The new and substantial. barge
"LA FAYETTE," of the capacity of 300 or
400 bales cotton. For terms apply to
FLEWELLEN & BUTT,
mar4 tf No. 2 Columbus Block.


46. .


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LE GA L NOTICE S.

'Apilachicolai District of Florida.
In' Superior Court-Franklin County.
'Alp'lionse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
vs. IN CHANCERY.
David D. Churchill, Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
T appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the
. said David D. Churchill, the above defendant,
resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and
but of the Territory of Florida, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
,made in some newspaper published in the city of
Apalachicola, once a week for four months, re-
quiring him to appear and answer the said bill of
complaint on or before the expiration of that
.time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed
against him,,and such further order-given in the
premises as to the Court may seem justice.
(Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL,
J. & L. BRANCE, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. m11-4m


INSURANCE AGENCIES.
rHE AUG USTA INSURANCE & BANK-
ING CO.-Capital $375,000. Are prepar-
d to take risks against the Seas, Rivers and Fire.
y Office No. 1 Columbus Block.
JAS. KELLOGG, Agent.
Apalachicola, Jan. 25th, 1844. jan29 3m


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

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 JOHN LOCKE, deceased.
ASA D. GOVE.
Apalaehicola, March 2, 1844. ,mr4 6w
NOTICE.-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.
Apalachicola, Feb. 10th, 1844. febl2 6t
N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I will apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin County, for letters of administration
on the estate of Robert Gilpin, deceased. e
R. J. MOSES.
Apalachicola, Feb. 12th, 1844. fel2 6w
NOTICE.-Six months after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from
the administration of the estate of John S. Ran-
dolph, late of said county, deceased.
FRANCIS R. ELY, Executor.
Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m


OTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Judge of the County Court for Frank-
lin county, for letters of dismission from the ad-
ministration of the estate of Martin Snyder, late
of said county deceased.
Dec 25, 1843. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r.


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
Franklin Superior Court.
to Spring Term, 1844.
Raphael J. Moses, ATTACHMENT $302 20.

William Tilley. I Damages $500.
TI HE defendant and all others interested, will
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
In Jackson Superior Court.
James Boon,
vs. BILL FOR DIVORCE.
Piety Boon.
IN'this case it is ordered, that unless the said
defendant do appear within three months and
answer or demur to complainant's bill filed, that
the same will be taken pro confesso, and the
matters therein contained decreed accordingly.
BENJ. G. ALDERMAN, Clerk.
YONGE & TAYLOR, Compt's SoPs.
Marianna, Dec. 7, 1843. decll 1w3m
Franklin Superior Court.
William Lawrence, Compl't, Bill for Divorce.
vs. I)ecember Term, k
Elizabeth Lawrence, Def't. ( 1843.
GAME the complainant by counsel, and it ap-
pearnng 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 confesso.
And it is further ordered that a copy of this order
be published'in the Commercial Advertiser for
three months consecutively.
(Copy.) Teste, GEO. F.' BALTZELL,
MOSES, Solicitor. Clerk.


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Franklin Superior Court.
Henry D. Darden, Attachment for $12,000.
vs. Damages $25,000.
Daniel McDougald,
T HE defendant and all others interested are
Shereby notified of thejinstitution of the above
suit, and are required to plead according to law.
BROCKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Atty's for Pl'ff.
Apalachicola, Nov. 22d, 1843. febl.9 3m
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 be pub-
lished.in one of the public newspapers in this
Territory, for the space of three months before
the time aforesaid.
S. W. CARMACK,
Judge Apalachicola District.
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 cember Term,
Testament of James C. 1843.
Watson, deceased.
TIHE defendants and the heirs of Jas. C. Wat.
Sson, 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.
BRO,CKENBROUGH & HAWKINS,
Nov. 11 41 3m Atty's for Pl'ff.
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
tt Marianna on the.first Manday in May next.
(Test) BG ALDERMAN, Clerk.
YONGE & TAYLOR, Atty's for Petioner
Marianna, ,Jan. 25th, 1844. jan29 3m

OTICE-The Office of the SURVEYO]
N GENERAL OF FLORIDA, will, in obedi
ience to an Executive order, under the hand of th
President of the United States, dated the 6th da
of October, '843,. and in conformity with suggest
S ions contained in a communication from th
, Commissioner of the General Land Office of 10t
October, following, be removed from Tallahasse
1to St. Augustine, on the 24th day of February
" '1844, at which place it will be established, s
i '"Soo6n as the archives can be transported to their
proper destination.
", *V. Y. CONWAY, Sr. General.
Tallahassee, Feb. 23d, 1844. fe26 6t

_.-1 IGARS-Just received. from New Orleans,
choice lot of old Havana Cigars, viz: "Regs
ties, Imperials," "Trabucos," &c. For sal
: wholesale and retail by B ELLIS,
Sfebl2 28 Water st.
iEATHERS.-Just received a quantity of liv
S J' Geese Feathers, which will be sold low fa
cash by P. HOBERT,
feb26' 42 Water st.


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R. A. DOMINGE &:J. WYMAN.. JW. 130 JFa/er B fcS 4- SO Pine 5toe/ D ped from the Wharfat,this Fort : THE FUNERAL. TEXAS.
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-- -, Andrew S. five cubic feet or 200 lbs. A corse they bear; with mournful pall, day avery positive and circumstantial ,

THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM;:% COMMISSION Cooke, nett, equal to a barrel,)* .3 Unto the grave ;-the doom of all. which statement could from the N. O. Republican,
IX ADVANCE. ,ffi MERCHANT, we not credit, that the whole
PAYABLE No. 5 Canal On Goods, per barrel, shipped..3 Still nearer they wend their solemn way, of saying
question annexation
cor. i
lines less Tchoupitoulas was
of .ten. or lined st. settled-the
Advertisements (twenty entertainment -
landed .. "
Salt sack
-.3 Bearing their load of lifeless
ia tJ ,) conspicuously inserted New Orleans, La. per.. clay ; closed, (always excepting the dismal
groporj
or more Y. shipped;. .- ..:..3 "
Refers to-Messrs And if the be
atthefollowmgraljs.: ;, Harper & Holmes, Wood cord..2. "i ,. gently, as sleeping dead afterpiece to enacted by those( two respectable

One year,.......$lotK) |j}'One month.!.... $2 50 jan5 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla. Lumber, per, 1Ifeet. .t'. .. ,;)50 Might awake from its lone-its coffined bed; screech owls, ADAMS and GIDDI C*,) and the
Six months,.... z -J 00 i Three weeks. ....2 00 per '< Or that a breath of the dreamy crowd decent part of the ,rjpfttfpaJL audience gone home
Greenwood Bricks M.::.50
Three months. ..5 00 ,;| Two wcek:5".l 50 R: Ellis per Might disturb one fold of its shroud. to bed. Below we tOp3n e ally positive state- t
mantling
Two months,.. ...4 00 ', Onei18ertioll.l 00 AUCTIONEE11SCOMMISSION:: Shingles, per \ .12 'f', ment, which we caj 'tfrc ll Ht the
ME H CHANTS. Sacks of meal, oats, or .. correspondent _
When advertisements are sent jwithout any spe- Columbus, GcoI"! a. other merchandise coja .; -' e-now they pass,with sombre gloom- > "" of a highly repura cSfti: WtlT, informed paper,
,
; containingnot
''icm( irections as to the number of insertions (c X/: Liberal advances made upon Goods consigned more than three bushels. .2 As if they bade the grave make room ; that puts the subject about where it might reasonably i',, ,

required, it will be understood that they are to : to us. j jaiiS) 5t All lumber, salt or merchandise, shipped onboard For here; anon, another life be expected to be. But first: a-j part of the :!
be published UNTIL FORBID; they will there matter, we copy some resolutions:; that have .
just
j vessels steamboats from other vessels Has ceased to with strife
Win. G. Porter & Co. or war worldly j
the Senate
fore be continued at our discretion, and charged passed of Massachusetts
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION steamboats or rafts, lying at the wharf, will be And sternly craved a little space, Resolved That the unanimously.
according to the foregoing rates. power to unite an independent -
Advertisements of which the term of MERCHANTS.No. charged one wharfage only. For mortal's only resting place. foreign State with the United {
Legal : publication States, is
.
-11 Water Street Wharfage on cotton, or other merchandise land
is fixed law will be And on they go-with silent breath, not the
by only excepted among powers delegated: to the General
nov25 ed the
ly to be paid by consignee and when
from the above rule. .ipaluchicola, Fla. by the party taking the bill ;of Lading.All shipped As each, and all, but thought of death. Government by the Constitution of the United r

To those who advertise by the year a liberal discount McKay te Hartslioriie, goods merchandise: not enumerated Slowly wending-see them now ; States.
will be mido ; but all advertisements not COMMISSION MERCHANTS "Resolved, That the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
above will be charged at corresponding rates. They 'ye leached the goal-the summit's brow; -
strictly pertaining to their own business as No. 4U Water street, faithful to the compact betn cen the .
Vessels and their
lighters steamboats, lying at the Heavy wheeling column waves,
well as all legal advertisements sent in by; them, novi Apalachicola, Florida. Wharf and not people of the United States, according to the
,
receiving or discharging Entering the of
will be charged at the Usual rates. cargo gate many graves, plain meaning and intent in which it was under-
"y. A. A P. C. Kaiii will be required to pay for the use of the berth the Where pine trees to guard stood and
All announcements of candidates for office, will of dollars and young appear acceded to by them, i sincerely anx-
two
be charged Five DOLLARS during the canvass, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, give sum vessels boats fifty cents per day, and to And shadow the sandy, old church-yard. ious for its preservation. But that it is determined
way or landing or discharging.
No. .j-2 Water street, as it doubts not the
in all advance.All other
cases in states
to
payable arc,
The following Article of the Regulations of the I '\'e wandered there and often read submit
Apalachicola.Liberal to
Communications undelegated
in
(when admissible,) of a Chamber of powers no body of men
advances made on Cotton to Apalachicola Commerce, will be The little hist'ries of the dead on earth. That the
personal or individual: nature, or puffs of new shipped strictly adhered to- ; project of the annexation of

inventions good &c., will he charged for as store.Liverpool, New York and Boston, and also in Consignees; of cotton shall be allowed three Remembrance, graved on wood or stone, Texas, unless arrested on the threshold, may

advertisements, at our discretion. novl ly days for their cotton to remain on the wharf, and Of fleeting life-forever gone ; tend Union to drive these States into a dissolution of the j

-- JEREMIAH Ti.v. -1)TJ'f......-A4 T J. n**-n'.Jk. purchasers two days, without incurring extra And well, I ween, affection's part and will furnish new calumnies against l J

CARDS.Michael J. Day & Co., wharfage. If after notification by the wharfinger, Has graved them too, on many a heart contradiction republican governments of by exposing the gross '

COMMISSION:: MERCHANTS, they allow it to remain a longer time, they shall Their name and age from whence,I'd tracer and a people professing to be free, ''f(
-- ------ yet seeking to extend and
No. 52 Water street, incur an extra wharfage of fit cents per bale, fo And this, their sacred burial place. jection of heir slaves." perpetuate the sub- fi '
A. liI'cI'sUCTION janS ly Apalachicola Fla.
every twenty-four hours that it remains thereafter.
t
\ AND COMMISSION: MERCHANT:: Wood and lumber shall not be allowed to (And there, beneath a scourge's rod, The Massachusetts folks are a scrupulous set, .

No. "Jb: Water street, Harper &: IIolsues, remain more than four hours without incurring Have many mortals passed to God.) and would not for the world have the Constitution j 1 A,
Sale WEDNESDAYS and COMMISSION M E R C HA N T, twenty- told of violated Nay, they declare plainly that if .
Days- SATURDAYS.SEWAED an extra wharfage for twenty-four hours They youth from mountain lands; it is, ,tt
1\o.jl
Water street, they will and
------ nullify, that t
tJte-yare the
thereafter. Their shallow in these desert sands judges I
DILL. A. F. PALMER.Scwarcl : jan29 Apalachicola I F'l a.Da.jl graves ; whether it is or not. We should like to hear Mr.
Din & Co. All bills will be presented monthly for collec Who moulder there, amid the pine, WEBSTER'S opinion on this "heresjnut

AUCTION & CUDHSS MERCHANTS: G. Fancy, tion. NOURSE & STONE. Where stars unheeded nightly shine ; the other matter.Correspondence. to
COMMISSION: ,\: FORWARDINGMKRCIIANTAND Apalachicola, Dec. 4, 1S43.; tf
No. -Jit::! I Water street. And one was from my native home, .
DEALER of the"eic York True
IN GOODS Sun.
CT Liberal advances made on all consignments, Who found in that church-yard a tomb.
and business L'ntraaied to them will be No. 43: Water street.jan29 Ready Made Clothing: WASHINGTON, Feb. 21, IS.14. ,
promptly attended to tin Apalachicola, Fla. I SB. HAMILTON, No. 47 Water street, is There is their rest;-that unknown bourne, I can state to you on the most undoubted au-

D. 15. receiving addition From whence no sleeper can return. thority-authority in which every reliance can be '
.
Refers to-L ANI: J; R'AD, Boston. Wood & Co., an to his stockof
GARY COOK, l' ltlalldIe.. COMMISSION MCI:: C II.X T S. CLOTHING, I've pondered there :-" O! what is life 1" placed that Mr. Tyler and Mr. Upshur are about .
S. WaiTriTii: liallo vcll. No. 29 Water street. Consisting of Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing negotiating a treaty with Texas for the annexation
janl Apojachicol-i. Fla. fiver Coats; With sorrows, cares, and thorns so rife; of that country to the United States.
Apalachicola. Au ; 2'i.; ly
B. Gent's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing Fro Ck The poor-the rich-humIlity and show By some means or other, the President has been
F. IloUurf, Ellison & Co., Coats; Lie buried, silent, here below. induced to believe that 35 Senators (they have

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER INCABINET DEALERS AND CODII55IOXIEHClL.XT5 MISCELLANEOUS:: :: GOODS, Gent's Cloth, Beaver, Pilot and Flushing Office Here cold disdain and fiercer hate counted noses) will ratify the Treaty when
made
FURMTURi thus this
,
,
No. : Water Mree Coats. Have met, at length, one mourful fate inanteuvre entirely takes the
,
j
Up Stairs, No. 42, Water Street, question out of the hands of House
decl Blue black and invisible the of
d4cI41)-' ApaUchicola.S. ly_Apal.ichicola, Fla. green green, Frock And pride-which all unfit must be and Representatives -
and Dress Coats. completely steals a march
E. It. FLE\VEUJN. :M.: :M. BUTT. To enter .eternity. that,of political schemers. upon .
IJ. Hamilton, Kentucky Jeans Frock and Dress Coats. ; The political capital
Flewclleii A Butt, And here is milder to be ,
DEALER IN READYIAUE CLOTHING, PANTALOONS. lowly love, manufactured out of this transaction is
No. 17 Water street, I FACTORS & COMMISSION: Blue, black and fancy colored Cloth and C ass.More fitted for the realms above; evident; should it succeed, Mr. Tyler considers very ,

decl ly Apalachicola, Fla. .MERCHANTS.No. 2 Columbus })ants.Diagonal And feeling heart, and generous breast himself placed even in a higher niche, in the esteem -
-- -- BlockApalaeil and fig'd French Cassimere. Have here but found the gate to rest. ot his countrymen, than the immorial Jefferson -
1. IflilEcr ifc Co. Fla. I himself. He it is
true
VESTS : purchased Louisiana
{GLib -ral arlvunctrs; made on Cotton shipPeto d ,
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, New York] Liverpool or H.i\re. tl2j tintKitubrough Cloth, Cassimere and Cashmere Vests; Though scorning eyes may read amiss, under the pressure of the Western excitement,
II A 1'5.c.. Silk i and Woolen Velvet do. Their end must be a place like this. which had it not thus been allayed, would have

Corner Water and Chesnut streets, A ICid;.;;way, SHIRTS: Charity, faith, and hope are given, I. stormed New Orleans by arms, and involved us in

Apalachicola novlly COMMISSION: AND FORWARDING White Muslin and Linen Shirts ; To fit us for eternal heaven; a desperate war with France; but Mr. Tyler intends -

JILS. -L.--Francis--- .MERCHANTS. Colored do. do. do. Charity the holiest of the three- to do an equally important act in the .ayof. (

Apalachicola Florida. Ipswich, Lamb's Wool and Merino Shirts; acquiring territory unassisted by public feeling, x.
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER Let mortals we boundless! free and ignorant of
Wai. II. he.1 ROUGH. ) do. do. do. do. Drawers the Senates intentions. If he
,1o.G( Rou-eni, near Ilicinirloii t>t. ; Let rich benevolence, with gentle might succeeds, he
nEVI YORK. JOHN I. RIDOWAY. ) Woolen and Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers ; considers that he will have a fair

-. -- novl Iy Liberal advances made] Cotton Stocks, Scarfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, and I Beam in each breast with kindliest light ; claim upon the gratitude of the country in gene- .;
on l
consigned tour ral and

,
James F. Farrior, friends; in New York, Boston, Liverpool Hosiery; For nought, to much as doing good, ter has upon the South in particular. This mat-
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Havre. or DRESSING GOWNS. Gladdens the heart-nor ever could. long been in agitation between Mr.q

Apalachicola, Flj. I i -.---- ----- decllyz. Dressing Morning Gowns. Dogmas and creeds may fiercely rave, and Upshur. Three months ago, a confidential

May always be found at the office: of Farrior &. '. II. A C. If. Austin, HATS AND CAPS.A But hushed forever in the grave the agent was despatched by the State Department to p
Co. No. 44 Water *>t. He would respectfully so- COMMISSION MERCHANTS great variety of Gentlemens and Boys Hats and And ; Government of Texas in order that he might
He
"who alone"
can judge the soul- receive and communicate
of Ins friends and Caps. the official intentions
licit the patronage acquain No. ;,\Vater
street, 05The:! above We all must meet-"beyond life's goal." and desires of that in
tances. dec23Wni. : Apalachicola. goods will be sold very low for government relation to the
cash. proposed annexation. These
Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped to dec But see Again the gate they've won ; received papers have been
Sydney: Circcii, Uf. D.BR I and upon them as data, a Treatv ?.. hpinoo k
,. GREEN tali--: -this opportunity, of expressing New York. novl ly Roberts, Allen & Co., The last that man can do, is done- drawn up to be presented for the- consideration- ----j -- --'Ui,of!'

his praittudf i ? to h:> jtairoiis; and to assure Thos. L. Itlitcliel I T AVE on hand and for sale: And straggl'ing slow, and mournful still- the Senate, in the full confidence that it will be

them that it t-hail bf :iu-i cuMMniit: endeavor: to render COMMISSION &. Sheet and bar Iron; Blacksmith's Tools; They now descend the gentle hill. speedily ratified. The most difficult part of this

Office himself on Centre more useful, nearV.ttrr;m !u? ;pmfc-v-iun.-tr 't'r. dec25A : J FOItVARDING3icitCIIAN'l'. German, English Blister and Cast steel; May Memory oft, with youthful green, transaction, consists in giving the necessary State -
that
Cauldron Kettles from 20 to 120 galls reasons should wairant such
No. 03 Water :;t. Apalachicola.dec7 ; Recall the place where they have been, precipitate and
Card. Hollow Ware: wholesale and retail; And secret action; these reasons have been furnished
ly Wrought and Cut Spikes Nails paint upolllife'5 rolling sea in detail by the Texan
W. SPEXCK11 has removed his ; ; authorities, and be
DOCT- Brass Andirons Fire Irons The end of frail mortality. may
; briefly condensed
the BalUoll Buildups: second floor, Iode A; Gardner, Platform Scales Ballances as follows: .
ore the store of N. :Miller: Co. E: ,trance from GROCERS cV CO.DUOXlEnCIIAXTS: : :: Tin Ware of all, kind Beams, wholesale and &; retail.; Though each may take a different road, Unassailcd by foreign foes, and at peace from ,

Chtstnut street. Ills roidcnce is on Live Oak No 4') Water Mrn-t, Also, a eneral assortment of Hardware. They lead but to the same abode. internal strife, Texas finds her elf unable to maintain r'

stret, formerly:: the r : id-'nce: of Charles Rogers; i IcclS ApaUrhicola; Fla. They are also }prepared to attend to any orders And, since it cannot be agreed of her position among the independent powers t'
Eij dcciI.i J I ----- --- -- --- for iron or Iras; Castings, Blacksmithing, Tin, Which is the truest, holiest creed, the earth from inherent weakness. She has;
StLILHieICait1't'. Copper or Sheet Iron work Tin and not wealth enough within her
or Copper Let each to all a suff'rance wide borders to sustain a '
"ois cV Oxvcsis, WHOLESALE RETAIL (GROCER, Rooting on ieaon ible terms. janl ly Grant, on this doubtful) wavering tide separate government, and therefore an imperative 1
ATTORXETS ::' COUNSELLORS AT LAW, No. 4L Water s-treet. ; necessity compels her to submit her t 1
Abbeville and Troy, Ala.WILL janl Ap-ilarlm-ota, Fla. Cird And let good will most freely flow to some wealthier power in consideration independence of

pnctice. in the County and Circuit W. A. Wood MARBLE YARD AT APALACHICOLA. To reasoning men-which road they go; I. tection be furnished. proto -.

tf the counties of Montgomery, Pike, COMMISSION FOlnV.HDIXGIF.RCIL..NT, having established him- (The pure in heart can only find This necessity, it is said, has been established a
Coffee, Dale and Barbour, the self in this city, respectfully informs the public to exist: and t
Ifenry compcwin:, AND SHIP CHANDLER The calm retreat of virtue's mind,) ; if it be true, Texas must speedily be t
eighth JudicialCircuit of the State of Alabama. that he has on hand, and will at all times be And annexed to the United ; ,
their oil States
they and wine become
No. -2j: Water street, may j pour or an ap-
WODSON L. LIGON, ready to furnish, at the shortest notice, Marble On panage of Great Britain. She is
Abbeville' Henry co., Ala. Apalachicola. novl ly work of every kind and quality, including man-as grateful anodyne. indebted to that country for pecuniary already ,heavily: '

HASTINGS E OWENS, Moore & ITIcKciizie, Tombs, Tablets, Head & Foot Stones; s I EDWIN. / and she possesses no means of discharging.assistance. th.. t'

Troy, Pike co., Ala COMMISSION MERCHANTS: Mantle Pieces and facings:: ; k' JUDGE GASTON'S LAST WORDS V debt; unless by the surrender of herself.-- -J-J--Should un.

--lief try to- Beaureau and Centre Table Tops; /'" not the U. States the
No. 3-J Water street, The deathbed scene of this excellent manisthus assume obligation bjr annex
Col. A McAllishr, ) Counter Tops and Fountains, &c., &.c. / ing her to our territories.J F
Gen. A.1 lcAlli.cr, 5 henry co,.'la. JOHN M. Apalachicola. In short, all articles usually found at an estab- I beautifully and impressively sketched 'by a This forms the groundwork of the State _

Maj. Jefferson Bul.rd, Kufaula, Ala.Hon'le. \V M. A. McKnxziE MOORE. 5> novl ly lishment of the kind. The public are respect I,II cotemporary: cesaity, which it is proposed to oiler to the Senate ne-. y

Jas E Bcls r, Montgomery: Ala. fully invited to call and examine for themselves. His last words were in admirable keeping in argument for the treaty. 1 R

Gen'l. John Dill, Fart Gaiucs, Ga. Farrior &; Co. t:,- Orders by mail, will be punctually attended with the purity and piety of his long life Sur-

Messrs. Chester & ScUritt*, Apal'a. Fa. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING to, and shipped to any of the landings on the rounded by a few of his chosen friends, who were U1\7rED STATES ARMY.From a report just

January 25th. bU. jan29 tf MERCHANTS, rIver, carefully packed in strong boxes.SIDNEY at his bed-side on the first intimation of a danger published appears that the regular army of the

No. 44 Water-street, R. FORD. to which he was insensible, he was relating with country consists of 8000 men, and costs the nation
Allen IL Bush, nov25 ly Apalachicola, Fla. (C3- The Marble Yard is on Commerce street, great playfulness the particulars of a convivial the annual sum of $8,000,000. This would be
ATTORNEY AND COl LAW, immediately in the of McKay& Hartshorne's $1000 for each
5ELLOR AT I ----- rear party Washington; many years ago, and spokeof man. The pay of a private is ''

Mariannanoridd. .r 15. S. Jfawley, store. feb2G tf one who, on that occasion, avowed himself a given at $96 per annum, and his clothing and rations -

1 Will practice in the Co its of Franklin, Jack- WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRUGS, PAINTS, free thinker' in religion. From that day,' said would perhaps amount to as much more, ,l

Walton and_Washing i counties.__ OILS, GLASS, &c. &c., kc. NEW SPRING GOODS. Judge Gaston, I always looked on that man with making about $200 per annum. The pay and

Yonsc d< laVlor No. 27 Water street, J STEVENSON & CO., ofler for sale:- distrust. I do nit say that a Free Thinker may expenses of the officers, including the general

ATTORNEYS Apalachicola. novl ly 1 piece super super black French Cloth; not be an honorable man-that he may not, from officers, is stated at about $2,200,000, leaving

Marianna ,T LAW 1 do "drap d'ett-a handsome article for high motives, scorn to do a mean act-but I dare about $5,000,000 for the expenses of the War

C..!fUDLER C. YoXfiE. Fk-ida. J. W. Woodlajud & Co. Summer wear; not trust him. A belief in an over-ruling Divinity Department, the salaries of the Secretary of War,

Jony B. TAYLOR COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Black and light French Cassimere's; who shapes our ends whose eye is upon us, the heads of the Indian and Pension Departments -

G. T. Ward & R. w. White, No. I IS Commerce street, 4-.1 fine dark Linens; 3-4 do grass Linens; and who will reward us according to our deeds, Clerks, &c.-National Intelligencer.EXTBAVAGAXCE. .

ATTORNEYS t COUNSELORS AT LAW, New Orleans, La. novl ly Plain and striped Linen Drillings; is necessary. We must believe and feel that

Tallahassee= FlorJia. do do Gambroons; there i is a God-all-wise-and [raising himself, .-The New York correspondent "

theHavmg associated themselves the practice of Aiiuuiii Bertl'ain I\remlins and blue Denims; and seeming to swell with the thought] ALMIGHTY of the National Intelligencer writes- ,
under the firm of WVUD n COMMISSION MERCHANT> \ Constitution twills and blue Stark Mill Drills; !1" There wad a sudden rush of blood to the The times n
WHITE if '
Rll & No. T>t Common Parasols and Sunshades-new brain-he are easy, we can judge by the #
attend regularly the sev cra.Co'arts of the street. patterns ; sank into the arms of his friends-and articles that find plenty of buyers. I heard
'Wdle and Apalachicola Districts and the Court ITEW ORLEANS. novl lyWliitmarsli Large; assortment of light Prints, Sheetingsand in five minutes bis spirit was gone! Not a struggle that a ehop-keeper in Broadway had yesterday am--

J Appeals at Tallahassee. & Shirtings; betokened itsflight.: Not a groan pained the ported( several ladies' dresses, priced at one thou i
Richardson, American Nankeens "Lonsdale Factory." ear of his agonized friends. His body has goneto sand'dollars each, and had no difficulty in selling

ADvANCES ON C01TON.-1he subscriber Dealers in Palm leaf Hats, Bonnets, &c.: &c. feb26 the dust-his spirit, we cannot doubt, now them. Mr. Weeks, a large furniture manufac

0( ,..ottl e liberal ad vancementson shipments GROCERIES, CONECTIONARY of Fruit ANDA Sec. rests in the bosom. of that God Almighty whose turer, informed me that of a certain kind of very
assortment Vegetables, ,
general .
t Li' consigned to Messrs. Frelerick Huth N o. 33 Water street. OARS.-2000 feet assorted sizes. name was> last on':.his lips,.and to whom he had costly chair, he could not keep one unsold! It '
Corr For sale by W A WOOD, the of was certainly a superb article, made of,carved .
1e-r,1'J erpoo DAVID G. RXNEY, Apalachicola, Fla. long given homage a pure and devout .rosewood .and purple velvet; price (for single x
a
feb ft 23 Water st. heart. : ,
43 Water street. jrj- Goods sold on Commission nl ly : chair) one hundred and fifty dollars: '#


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i ii' cOucuAlli ithsEa. or::;- \Ve learn from the National Intelligencer NEWS- :FROM-CHINA.- suppose that any principle could be found, or .X arrow Escape of the President The:::::: I

t 1 of the 7th inst., that on the preceding day the Several of the papers contain some interestingnews would be advanced, to justify its continuance. It tional Intelligencer of the 4th inst says ee N'i

\ President of the United States nominated the Hon. from China, brought by the shipAnn M'Kim, was not sought for by the body of the people, nor though, as we have already remarked: and A1*
it
the ,
when v
which left Canton was pretended, subject was discussedin happy on inquiry to find that
i APALACHICOLA, MONDAY MARCH 16, 1844I JOHX C. CALHOUN to fill the office of Secretaryof arrived two weeks ago, having the years 1816, 1b24, or 1523, that it was for red at the Funeral of last, no accident occnr
much later mail received Saturday, or indeed
ij I than the last overland in
] State ; and, before the Senate adjourned for any other purpose than that of protecting the the course of the day, a narrow fo
j England. The too long for publica- escape \ ,
accounts are interests. This
\ ERITE SANS:' TEtTR. manufacturing was susceptibleof
the unanimous'conyfirmed. the President
day, the nomination was perienced by of the United Statete
tion in columns and we can only givea proof by reference to official
h. --:::' _- =_-= our to-day, documents. The who, in returning from Congress Burial
Ground ii
TilE LADIES'. FAIR. short synopsis of the most important. bill of 1816 made, on; an average, an advance on a carriage, with his son, had his life
Ex-Governor SHANXOX, of Ohio, was at the When the Ann M'Kim left, the American resi- the former duties of 62 per cent., and this increase and saved in a manner almost jeoparded
7 I With pleasure we call the attention of our Minister to Mexico and was then admitted by the Secretary of the providentiaL It
same time nominated as ; dents were anxiously expecting the arrival of Mr. Treas- seems: the horses attached to the carriage
readers to the advertisement in to-day's paper of U. S. to be Chiefof Sir ury to be for the protection of manufactures, and started at the foot took
Capt. WM. C. BOLTOX, Navy, Cu shing. The opinion prevailed that Henry fright or of the Capitol and
not for the benefit of
the Fair, to be held by some of the ladies of our and would much the revenue. The bills of galloped off at a most furious rate
the Bureau of Construction Repairs of the Pottinger and the British authorities, 1S24, 1828 and 1842, followed in the along Pena
l city, at the Mansion' House, on Thursday evening content with the same spirit, sylvania avenue, which at .the time was crowded
'onsshouldbe
Navy.-It is rumored that the Hon. JOHN Y.MASON prefer; that other each .exceeding the one gone before, until an
with hacks and vehicles
of
next.-We are informed that much pains have that the privileges had been secu- amount of duties every description and
late a member of Congress, and now U. assurance. same i wca reached by the bill now in persons on horseback and on foot "

I' been taken to prepare and finish many beautiful S. Judge in the Eastern district of Virginia, has red to all: and that no attempt should be made tofoml existence, exceeding anything of the kind known the funeral. When we saw the carriage returning, as frog with

and rich curiosities for the occasion, and that the been nominated as Secretary of the Navy. separate Treaties with the Imperial Court. here or elsewhere. These enormous duties could the utmost rapidity it passed Seventh street, the

r. gaiety, elegance and taste displayed i in the arrangement Mr. Forbes, however,had asked and obtained an not, for a moment, bo placed to the credit of the danger of its coming in collision with other car

and execution will amply repay everyone By the Mail of yesterday evening, we have ex interview with the Imperial minister Keying. He, revenue countries, as where it was duties a well known levied fact that in all riages seemed imminent; but the horses, although
were to increase
I from thE:'.N: 0. Picayune and Republican of with other Americans, was received very graciously the galloping at the top of their speed, fortunately
for the visit. Beside the: many rich and rare revenue, they never exceeded 10, 15, or, at in
attention. :Muchregard were kept a pretty straight course along
the
with utmost
curiosities that will be offered to the visitors, March 2nd, giving an account of one of the most and treated the highest, 25 per cent. England, France or broad avenue, where there was room out for
i and friendship was expressed for the American could enough
Spain not be
'frightful accidents that ever occurredon the Mis- quoted in opposition to this other horses and
carriages to
there will be an ample supply of choice refreshments get out of the
Nation by the Imperial minister, on behalf of fact for where way.
; they placed higher duties than
We The horses in the
the Presidents
I sissippi. give statement of the Pic- carriage continued
to regale the admiring and wondering the Emperor and Chinese people. But with regardto 10, 15 or 25: per cent., they openly avow it was their course at full speed, notwithstanding

crowd. aynnc. the chief object of the interview, which was to for protection, and not for increase of revenue.- effort of the driver, assisted by Mr. John every

1 We say to all-Go and patronize this noble We have just received the distressing intelligence obtain permission for Mr. Cushing to visit Pekin, Mr. W. here quoted from another list of duties, Jr. to stop them. When the carriage reached Tyler,
that yesterday morning between 2 and 3 is that it will be accorded.- showing the heavy tax imposed on what might Gallabrun's *t
and disinterested effort of the Ladies. A few o'clock, the steamers De Soto and Buckeye came the probability not be termed the necessariesarticles point opposite European Hotel, a colored

J hours spent in such a gay scene, will be a most in collision in what is called Old River, just be Keying and his colleagues manifested the most decided and low-and contending against the injustice by high of man fortunately succeeded in stopping the
horses, and thus the President his and
son, the
agreeable relaxation from the dull monotony of low Atchafalaya, and that the latter boat was opposition, and it is possible the British authorities thus burdening the many for the benefit of the driver were most and

business, and the cares and }perplexities of bank sunk to her hurricane deck in less than five had intimated the inexpediency of any few. As to the so styled protection afforded to from their perilous seasonably situation.-JYat.happily Intel-rescued,

t of minutes. Foreign Ambassador being received at Pekin, as the farmer or agriculturist by the duties on flour
and The object
panics cotton speculations. The Buckeye was ascending the river with up none had been received the part of the English. and farm produce, it was altogether visionary.No THE TIME OF THE E.CPLOsIoN.-The '.
the Fair is to raise a fund for charitable purposes; wards of three hundred souls on board, white and protection was required where there was no precise
time of the
t It is doubtful whether the new system of trade explosion: on board the Princeton, ia
and being aware of the former liberality and philanthropy black-of this number between and SO are estimated and opening of the hew ports in the North will be I competition ; and they might as well have imposed regard to which there are various statements, haj

of the association, we will not now inquire to have been lost. of any advantage to China. Her imports will soon I a like protective duty on a cargo of ice or been ascertained by the watch of Mr. U shun
A who board the De Soto be much larger than her granite into the State of New
the gentleman was on exports, and the balance of going Hampshire. which was found in his pocket after the
for what proceeds explosion.The .
are
especial purpose describes the whole scene as heart-rending be trade will turn greatly) against her. The native If this bill was bonajide a bill for the increase of hands to fourteen

intended ; that it is a noble and generous one, yond description. The passengers were all asleep manufacturers! too will be injured b)' foreign competition. the revenue, why did it not impose a duty on the twenty seconds pointed after exactly: four. The blow minutesand which

there can be no doubt, and it will be appreciatedby at the time of the accident, and such as were saved luxuries and elegancies of life, and not on the caused the death of its lamented
The owner
traffic is
only escaped in their night clothes. Mothers opium represented as flourishingand absolute necessaries ? On in the IS,10 stoppedthe
all. We again bespeak a crowded house and prosperous as ever, the smugglers I lying openly) sugar year watch, which was a gold patent lever, at the
rushed frantically about in search of their children, the duty on imports amounted to This
$3,000,000.
full purses for the fair Merchants, and hope that Whampoa among the legal traders. There is no precise moment indicated above. The crystalwas
husbands in search of their wives and sisters. was three millions out of the of the
hope for any suspension of this traffic at present. pockets peopleto broken, but the watch otherwise uninjuredthe
all bachelors, especially, will on that eveningleave Mr. Hymes, of Alexandria, whose family was The war has been very disastrous to China. It protect the planters of home produce. In the hands being driven against the face with such-

I their mould)' counting-rooms and cheerless with} him, lost his daughter, a beautiful and interesting is estimated that at least 20.000 of her people haves same year, the duty on silks imported was $3,500- force as to stop it immediately at the moment that

t dormitories, and pay their homage to the ladies. girl, with his wife's sister, described a lost their lives, many of them the wives and children 000 ; iron, $1,500,000, and on spirits $2,000,000. the explosion took place.
ai a __ an accomplished young lady. He also lost some of the Tartar troops at the north, who sacrificed This latter item was, he disputed not, right in a

fifteen negroes. Col. Richard King lost two children them; and besides the sack o'cities and moral sense. There were other sources, making St. Augustine FJa. March 5.-The wind ha

f MR. WOOI HURT'S SPEECH. ; Mr. Alex. McKenzie, late of Florida, lost tent destruction the Imperial of private Government property to is an said immense to have ex intarred altogether an amount of sixteen: millions; and been Northeast in this vicinity for 25 days past!

t We publish a short extract from the speech of his wife, seven children, and se\'eralu'groes; Mr. an expense of 100 millions of dollars. this enormous sum was" wholly derived from duties Peter C. Zylstra, Esq. has been appointed Postmaster

',,; Woodbury, on the Tariff bill delivered some John Blunt, also from Florida, lost his wife, one imposed on every-day necessaries, which, i if at this place, vice J. M. Fontane, Esq. resigned.J't !
child, and several negroes; a young man, name not for the protective system, could be had by .
From the
weeks since, in the Senate of; the United States. unknown, lost his two sisters; Mr. Bean attempted LATE Savannah FROM Georgian MEXICO.of March 5. the mass of the people for exactly sixteen mil

i I We have not room at present to give the speech to swim ashore with a little nephew and both Hogan, bearer of despatches for Mr. Thompson lions of dollars less. That those duties were imposed HIGHLY IMPORTANT DISCOVERy.-\Ve have

entire but further extracts from were drowned.: Of the deck passengers on board to increase the revenue, could not be admitted been informed that
we may publish son, our Minister at Mexico, passed through this on good authority, an inhabitant
I it hereafter. she the Buckeye but few were saved, so suddenly did city yesterday, on his way Washington.. He ; for if so, would not similar or greater duties of the Keystone State has discovered the secret .
down.
go be imposed on luxuries which none but the of manufacturing artificial rble scientific
left the city of Mexico on the 10th: He on -
Based, as these remarks are:, on statistical facts Many of the lost thing, but i it February. wealthy can in ? Or if that
passengers every informs us that there is still considerable doubt indulge was not suf principles. The discoverer is a Yankee by
and true reasoning, and not depending on high is impossible at present to estimate the full loss. about the final settlement of the decree of expelling ficient, why not the duty on all other articles be birth, and has devoted: many years to theoretical

sounding appeals to delude and deceive,they can The captain of the De Soto, which boat was but foreigners from the Californias. A good deal equal and in proportion ? That would not do : and practical architecture. We have been showna
1 little injured, succeeded in saving the lives of the favr\re\ class h_ _> nrntprtpil_ Hn _
to ( .. .not .mlII11f.H'.. .. ._ specimen; of Limestone i the above
not be successfully combated by any ingenuity or ol excitement also existed among the American ----- --- ---- ? prepared by
and also I
of the
many, some At this lure J luxuries however
I property. they may use them. method, and ,
residents
at Mexico in relation the unhesitatingly pronounce it
to superior
sophistry. It is said to be one of the ablest late hour find it movementsof
1 we impossible to give farther Mr. W. showed from the
statistical tables
that
particulars Great Britain in regard to Texas. A British to any artificial stone or marble that we hare ever
speeches llr.V.. ever made, and will stand on in season for the mail The De Soto is I fleet was stationed at Vera Cruz. The general of the population of the United States, only one seen. The discoverer feels assured that his preparation .

b record as a monument of his talent and research now at our Levee, and the lamentations of those ii mpression was that the English were secretly eleventh was engaged in manufactures, or becamebenericiaries has only to be publicly introduced in order -
who have lost children and other relatives
He has argued principally from facts and authenticated 'heard. are still assisting the Mexicans in their efforts to regain of the protective system ; while ten- to supersede the use of lime mortar, in the va
elevenths had to pay the bounty imposed by the ried of and will be
possession of Texas. processes plastering, extensively .
records which
cannot be denied
; showingthe CONGRESSIONAL.Since The Mexican army numbers about 25,000; men protective policy, for the aggrandizement of the used for stucco, mosaic, statuary, mantelpieces d
baneful influence of the protective system on in all, cavalry, artillery and infantry-ofjvhom one-eleventh. Now, he asked, would this be tolerated table-slabs, atmospheric and hydraulic

p our navigating interest at the north, as well as the the late melancholy accident at Washington about 10,000 are efJ' cti\'c. They are much better one moment, only for the delusions: with cement, roofing of houses, paving of streets, &c.,

agricultural and planting interest throughout the there has been but little done in Congress paid than formerly, and more efficient. The cas which the system veiled from the comprehension: &c. It will set or harden in six hours when ap :
of
{, south and west. of much general interest. We give belowan tle of Ulloa, at Vera Cruz, is being put in a tho- them the mass of the people ? It was held out to plied in plastering houses. It will resist the ac

t ? extract of of the rough state of repair. It mounts battery of ICO that they were made better able to pay these tion of atmospheric heat, damp, frost, &c., and
The affirmation that the Protective fosters some proceedings, which duties by the increased
system prosperity which the
is of
guns, though many of them are out of order. pro- susceptible a high polish. This composition
: and cherishes American industry, is hereproved show that Messrs. Adams and Giddings are still There are still about 170 Texan prisoners confined tective system gave to the country. If nothing will answer better than Roman cement for aqueducts

to be fallacious ; and that it diverted it fighting for the abolition question, and our inde in the castle of Perot, about one hundred but the plain simple truth was told to them, and locks and basins of canals, &c. Its best

from the decks of ships, and farm-houses, to the fatigable delegate: Mr. Levy, maintaining the miles from the city of Mexico. They are all in lion particularly of these to duties the of farmers' -that, by the imposi recommendation, however, is it? cheapness, as it
18 :3 had
interests of his constituents chains, with the exception of some five or six, they to pay 40 percent can be manufactured at a cost little exceeding
sickly manufactories, without adding to the production and the South gen- and are employed upon the public works. They more for what they buy, and sell the produce ordinary lime mortar.-Philad. Courier.

n of labor. Mr. W. has shown that all erally. are in a most deplorable condition, with no pros- of their farms so much less, than if no duty exis .,...- ..-w-
ted the
the manufacturers nuin the country are<< not WASHINGTON, 5th March, IS 14. pect of speedy release. protective system would not be tolerateda DIED
1, Considerable time was spent this single day. ,
morning by an
equal to a single county in some of the states, and' attempt of Mr. Adams to call up the vote to reconsider He showed what had been the effect in England In this City, Wednesday last, l\fr..DA.'IT.L:

yet the whole country is taxed for this handfulof the 21st rule, but without effect. The TIlE TARIFF. in reducing duties on a great variety of articles. ROWLETT[ a native of Viginia, in the 67th

: the population; and that, in 1512, England 1 Speaker said it was not in order, and would not be Extract from the Remarks of WOODBURY, I Among them, he mentioned coflee, which had bee of his year
until resolution day. in the Senate of the United States, on the subject to 2s 6d per lb., duty, and then yielded age.Apalacliicola:
took from us six millions worth of bread stuffs
--""-
11th February, mi. ;3 1-2,000of revenue but when the --
Mr. McKay of N. C., offered a resolution, that ; duty was re
and a large amount of beef, lead, sperm, &.C., the House resolve itself into Committee of the He had, however, further, and with the advo- duced to one half, (Is 3d) the revenue on coF. :e Prices Current. .,

holding out to us the olive branch of Tree Trade, Whole to take up the Military Academy Bill.- cates of the Tariff he should oppose higher authority I ran up to 770,000, and the price to the consumer _..---- .CORRECTED- -WEEKLY.
while Before his motion to advance in support of his views and became lower than in proportion to
the
we were imposing the heaviest duties on was put a message from the ; reduction ARTICLES. PS ICES.BAGGING .
President that authority was contained in a letter dated of duty.
all we receive from them. was presented, conveying the information -Kentucky . d. .. 6a If
Ashland and written Mi. said it per y ..
by honorable Woodbury
the an and distinguished was of
required by resolution of Mr. a portion of her
Levy dele- ... "
India. .. . .
We know that there are many in. the south from Florida e -senator from Kentucky, Mr. dominions. Mr. W. next went into 18 a .. 20
gate relative [ Clay
to the 10th article of ] a great mass Dundee .. . . .
: who have heretofore opposed the protective system the treaty of Washington, and the action of the in which he says, "if defects exist in the tariff- of statistical details, furnishing a large' collection BALE ROPE-Manilla ... .per lb. 17a.. -94 18

and who lately have approved the present British government as to the return of fugitive bill, they ought.to be corrected." But lest this of facts to show that every reduction of duty in Kentucky.... "* 71j a.a.. 81

criminals from this country. The communicationwas should not be deemed an admission that defects England to the revenue point had increased the B.coSidl' .. .. . .. 4t a. 5 .1
act the
as being necessary for a revenue to meet lengthy, and contained the did not exist, he [Mr. W.] would quote) another revenue, and rendered: the articles consumption Shoulders . . 3f a. 4 ,,

tJ" debts and increased;:: expenditure of the govern between the two governments on the correspondence portion of that letter, which could leave no cheaper to the people. Hams!: . .. ,, 6- a 8 i

ment. This however is one of those fallaciousarguments Mr. Levy discussed it at great subject.and doubt as to the opinions of the writer. He says, By this protective system the consumer is don T)UTTER-Goshen, ... .... . a .. 20
length, attempted COFl-'EE-Clba.. .. .. .. "
Provisions of the bill of bay taxed first 6 S
1828
employed to reconcile the people to to show that the British government had are highly dis- ; on what he consumes, and next I: RIo.. .... . . a. .
t iolated the 10th article of the creditable to American legislation ;, and he hoped, on what he sells ; for it is the ame whether lie is i .71- a. 51
the protective tariff out be treaty: of YVashing Java .... . 1
cannot sustained 13 .14
long
ton ; and it was of vital importance to the South for the honor of the country, they would never taxed on what he sells, or forced by legislation to CANDLES-Sperm. .... .... cc 35 a .31
.. in truth and reason. The present Tariff is now that it should be rescinded ; which, according to be repeated." If the bill of 1828 was discredit- sellllls products for less than he could obtain, but CHEESE .. . .. ... .... a 1,

monthly pouring millions into the treasury, which an express provision, either party could do at able to the legislation of the country, the bill of for that legislation. COI X. .. . ... .... ....per bush. : : 70.a a : 75

must soon greatly exceed the amount required f time. He} therefore offered( a resolution instruct-any 1842 was equally, if not more so. It might be Again, the Senator says! you have a home mar FLOUR-Canal. .. .. ... ...per bbl. .a 575
oran
ing the Committee of Foreign Relations to called a transcript tt of the bill of 1SQS, with the ket raised up for you, as good as, if not better than New Orleans..... a 525
economical administration of the government t, into the: necessity of doing so, or otherwise inquire taken admission that where there were any alterations, the foreign market. Here was another fallacy, oat r IKON Gr t'owoJ.I1-FF.: .. . per keg 'G 00 a 700

and if not red iced, will i.ecesaarily produce a such action in the premises, as was required by they were for the worse. This was no idle theory least a delusion to a great extent. The home -English Swedes: ,, assorted." ......per" lb. 5 a ... 51

r surplus to be again legislated away in internalimpro'ements the important interest involved in the due execu advanced for the support of his argument, as manufacturers at present consume about 300,000 LARD. ... ... .. . . none"

or distribution:: to the great injuryof tion of said article. he was prepared to show by facts. bales of cotton out of the usual annual crop of 2- LEAD . .. . . .... .7a ...6. 8

i. the public morals the Mr. Cave, oInson moved the previous question, Mr. W. contended that placing a protective duty 500,000 ; this year perhaps OO/OO-that is, 1: \CKERIL-No.. 1. .. u ...a a 15'00
or independence of the which ultimately resulted 81 in the affirmative, on articles that were not imported, or imported one.sixth.Vhat has been the increase of Eng X o. 2. . .. .. a 1100
a.YY states.-We again refer our readers to the rcand 56 in the negative. The motion, with instructions in such small quantities as to render the duty land during the last year, on her consumption of t Xo. 3. ... ... . a 904

marks alluded to, which will be found in another: was then carried.On nominal, was too frivolous a pretext to blind the raw cotton, irrespectire of her manufactures sent MoL.vssf.s.ew: Orleans.. .per gal. . a Z1
column. a motion to print, Mr. Giddings asked the farmers or agriculturists, or lead them to suppose here ? Considerably more than the whole quan NAILS-Cut, assorted" ... .per lb. . a 51
that it was intended for aught else than to tity consumed Wrought .. .. .. .
Chair if .10
it keep the manufacturers a.
was debateable. by of the United
OIL Whale} ...
...
. .. .
them in the dark while the real States per gal. .. . 62L
The Speaker decided it was, and Mr. G. took principle of the all put together. The reason was plain. :Sperm l .... .... .. . a, 123'
i f fjCJ-Mr.: CLAY arrived at Columbus Ga. the to bill was to protect and enrich the manufacturersat England manufactures for all of the Linseed ... ;
I I on opportunity reply to Mr. Levy, denying all parts worlds ; .. .... 1 12 123
Monday last, and was received with great enthusiasm his positions on the question. Several attempts their expense. If the bill was not for this country chiefly for its own consumption.- P.\IxTs-Extra.. .. .... .per keg l . a a 2 '1S

by the Clay Club and the Committees were made to interrupt him in what was called an purpose, and this alone-if it was a bill for the: And were the cotton growers of tnis country to be White Lead, No .1. . a 250
appointed abolition increase of revenue-the great variations in told that .r "NTo .).. "
speech, but without effect. the they should give up such a market as . 2 25a
for the o casion.Ve understand he He was followed by Mr. Pettit, of Indiana, who amount of duties would not appear on its face ; England for the sake of building up for themselves{ PI'OVISIoxs-Beef, prime. ..per WI. . a 6 00

K made several speeches, at which an immense took the same ground, opposing the abrogation of all would be equally proportionably taxed. It is i an inconsiderable market at home ? But our exports mess.... . a 9 00

number of persons from the neighboring counties he 10th article, and asserting that it was the only not shown that, from 1790 until 1SIG, the country dif cotton to France were very lar *-next Pork,prime. . a 900
4 suffered for want of "mess.... . 50
high to all
duties
wholesome in the protecting and England, larger than to other
and one treaty. Mr Adams also ; any country.-
towns "I '
were present. \\r have received ear. .
4( e no made a powerful speech, showing that there hacan d yet, during that period, no legislature attempted I Were we to give up that market too, and all the POTATOES .... .... . .. none 150
y papers of a late date from Columbus, and been no violation of the treaty; Deprecating to impose duty over 10 or 12 per cent. But a othe markets of Europe, and foreign the increasing SUGAR New Orleans". .rer lb. 6ja..a 8

theretore give no further particulars. He was to the tone that was taken on this and other ques still stranger instance of the determination of the demand all over the world, as well at home as in Porto Rico . .. 8i a.. 9

'r A leave for Augusta and Charleston on Wednesday.ANOTHER ions, whether relating to that of the Oregon or legislators of that day to act for the benefit of all, their own dominions, for their manufactured f fa St.; CroIx. .. . a.. 9
Texas. is shown by the fact of the war duties of 1812 brics and for the Lump"
Speeches: were made only calculated to not consequently material of which .13a..14 ,
excite the angry passions of man, and with a view exceeding 12 per cent., and in many instancesnot these fabrics were made? Now it was somewhat Loaf. .. .. K 14 a .. 15
BANK FAILURE! to a war with Great Britain; and Mr. A. denounced more than 8 or 9 per cent. He understood remarkable that foreign countries-those of E' Crushed .. .. 14a .. 15
I A reached in terms all that it was said by General Harrison to Mr. rope-laid all their ,duties i- SALT-LIverpool, ground per sack. 1 50 a 175 j
here strong heavy
report : Thursday last, by the attempts to bring about so that 20 or 25 per cent. of cash duties Clay, on articles cf ? Ilum .... ... ..-per bush. 50a .. .
t steamer Champion (which has since been corroborated > deplorable a result. the highest allowed for should b e general consumption, thereby: reaching, at once, OAI>-liar. .. .. .. . .P cr lb. 5 a. 6
K Some efforts were afterwards made to engross any protective interest : the true revenue point; yet the very opposite was buoT-Dron .. . .'' 175
that the Phoenix if bag .a
) Bank and that .per
manufacturers
formerly the the Pension Bill did not find the
with the amendments reported by that sulk policy we pursued, Buck .. .. . .. a 200
Bank of Chattahoochie, had made grand failure the Committee of the Whole cient, they should turn their industry into TWINE-Barrginr .". nil.,:
but they failed, and other channel. some OG- FATAL DUEL.-We were pained ... .per lb .. a .. .
and that the President and principal owner had the House adjourned. Jefferson never resorted The governments to those of Madison and yesterday of a fatal duel which: was fought to learn on IItSKEY-Rect1fied .... per gal. 25 a .. 25
high duties
i left town. The prevalent opinion is, that it will their not doing so, gave weight to the and Thursday last at Vicksburg, Miss., between Mr. BANK
The New York question- Hammett editor of TOTE!
the
be total failure and that Express says that the Amistadcase 1 this Vicksburg YVhi" and Mr. TABLE-
a not in was protective legitimate
one cent the system All the
under Banks
of ....... .
is about to be revived, and that any Ryan, editor of the Sentinel. Sooth Carolina par.
the fought
dollar will ever be paid for the bills Jjeld by the Minister claims forty thousand dollars Spanish principle? The honorable chairman of the committee pistols, and at the usual distance.They with Bank State of Georgia and Branches.... ... par--

public. slaves and for the had quoted Dr. Franklin in support of his fire Mr. Ryan fell, At the fourth I Planters Bank, Savinnah ... ..... .... .... .W'
cargo-twenty-six thousand of which views; now he wanted to read from the Docto mortally wounded, being: shot Marine & Fire Instrance Bank and Branches.,,'
js for the slaves. The Committee on Foreign works sufficient to prove that he entertained is directly through the lungs. He died within ten Central Rail RoadBank ... ... ..5 per cent. di*

HANK ROBBERY.The Madison Branch Bank :Affairs in the House of Representatives, at tins tirely different opinions from those attributed en minutes. In two of the previous fires Mr. Ham- Bank of Augusta,.. .. .: ... ....... ..... ....par'-

s at Madison, Indiana, was entered on the night of, time, have the subject under consideration. him by that honorable gentleman. to mett had been wounded ; but the affair was allow Mechanics Bank,Augusta..... .... .. ..... .P5*'
ed to proceed, probably in Augusta Insurance and Banking Co. Augusta par-
the 26th alt This principle of taxing the whole conformity with the
by means of skeleton keys, and robbed community Georgia Rail .
BUILDING original terms of Raid do..
IN NEW YORK.-During the the meeting. & Banking Company, per-
of$27,370. The Cathier, John Sering, Esq., there<<; were erected in the city: of New York past year for the special benefit of a few individuals never recollect that the same Our had readers may Bank of Brunsvick ... .. .. .... .... .... P41',
offers $2000 reward for the recovery of the money, h11lldmgs-of which 842 were brick dwellings 2,173 was before tolerated in any country, acting upon and exchanged shots parties before met Bank of Milletgeville,.... ... .. ... ....V**'
and $1000Tor the conviction of the thieves. The 156 brick dwellings and stores; 117 wooden buildings ; principles of equal rights. The bill of 1842, he ficulty was then with rifles, and that the dif' Commercial link, Macon. .. ... ... .... .V**'

r money stolen was all on Madison Branch, excepting : 48 shops and manufactories; 27 brick and maintained, was framed wholly and solely for the will remember, arranged too uPon' the ground. They Bank St. Mans, Columbus.... .... .... .... ..Pj*',
i $2000 or $3000 on other branches. It con- granite stores, 20 brick stores : 8 bnck churches protection of one small class of the population at of Dr. that Mr. Ryan was the successor Ruckersville Banking Co., Ga. 2$ per cent di*,
4 listed of notes of 12 brick stables; and 43 other uildin g s. In 1843; the expense of all the others; it was Hagan in the editorial chair, who Central Bank'of Georgia,. .... ....3 per cent. d}*
mostely
$20 and l tx1 benefitting
$50 $ ;; a the whole number erected was 912 being 3611 lees the few by sacrificing the and was killed within the ]last }'ear.V e grieve Merchants' Bank of Macon,.... .... ...5 pr c dUOcmulgee -
jargn portion being in $iO's. than last year. the Senate that many; if he satisfied sincerely to be compelled to record these most Bank :Macon, Ga... .... ... ..broke.'
t such was the fact, he did not dies.-N.: O. Pie. rigs e- Monroe Rajf Road and Banking Coinpanp.btoka-

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DATES. Auction Sale. freight, apply to
Liverpool..Feb. 3. New York. ...March 7. Per brig Florida-3 pkgs i mdze to W 7 to N THURSDAY urday night, at 10 o'clock, for Brown's Ferry, and BENJ. SALTER a

Havre,. .. .. .Jan. 31. New Orleans,. 9.Hava.na..Feb.17. ., &P Hobart McKenzie; 112 to H &:: H Holmes; 246 Brauni'oore O sell auction, the 21st instant, I will will leave Brown's Ferry every Sunday and march: 50 Water, a
at public in front it.
77
to H of the
; Jl Apalachicola Chattahoochee
Charleston, 9. Taylor; 3 to J J Ridgwa Wednesday evening, every Monday
\"; 2 to Perry & Exchange, at 12 o'clock FOR LIVERPOOL
: Dickinson the following -The British
T ; 30 to R Wylie 10 and Thursday, at 1 o'clock, P. M. ship
D ;
EXCHANGE. &to Co 137 Mitchel; I toi Rees 144 to Hill, Dawson described property, to wit:-All the right, title the SIREN is neatly arranged, and for the DAUNTLESS, Rogers, master, $62 tons

Checks at sight on N York... 3-1 pro ct. disc't. wellen! ; & Butt to H Smithi 24 to S Schiffer; 4 to Fle- and interest of Mrs. Mary Corley, relict of Elizur convenience and accommodation of is burthen, having most of her cargo en

at sight on Charleston.par.it toTilhnghast: ; 803 to McKay &; Hartshorne; 100 Wood, deceased, in and to Lot 20, Block E, front unsurpassed bv boat on the river.passengers I gaged and going on board, will meet with des

ft" Augusta,.. ...par. to Nourse & ,Stone Stark 5&to Co; 2 to H D Darden; 41 range, being 26 feet on Chestnut and 30 feet on VAN VEGHTEN any & SHARPLESS, patch. For balance of freight or passage, apply
; Dodge to the
Sa\-annah.par. &; Gardner 11 Commerce street. The interest of the master to .
to or
'e Avery &: Jones 82 to saidIary Apalachicola, March 1G, 1844. Contractors. .. .
N Orleans .. ; Damerel & *
Co
.none. 3
; to Preston Corley her dower in the marl 1
being
& same s CASSIN 43 Water
Bills : Maclay; 14 to Green & as assigned st. i
onNewYork..3OdaY..l a U per c dis't..lal ; Connery; 41 to Thayer by order the Hon. the :
& Keeler of Jude of the
'f ....60days.... $ ; 560 to order. County Steamer Lowell. FOR LI
VERPOOL
Oa all other Northern cities, the same rates. Per brig Christina-150 tons ice to Union Rock- Court for the County of Fu ' land most ofher
Lake Ice Company. M. A. MYERS, THE splendid and substantial

COTTON :MARKET.Our : NEW ORLEAXS-Per schr Boston-79 coils mar 11 Auctioneer. fast running steamer "LOWELL," meet with cargo despatch.engaged and going on board,_foil
20 bbls For balance of
Market has been in a very unsettled state 3 rope hhds sugar to whiskey Kimbrough, 20 do molasses, 5 do flour, Auction Sale. &J. T. Niles Master, will ply regularly passage apply to the muter or toSCASSIN freight. or

this week, and prices daily yielding more in favor] molasses M'Kay & Ridgway; 25 bbls every week between this mull

of buyers with a suspension of"all demand at coils rope, T L Mitchel Hartshorne 27 bbls; 168 p:s bagging232 WILL be sold 0:1: the fourth day of April next, city and Eufaula, touching and freighting at all I 43 Water ,t. :i
; front of Messrs. FOR
whiskey, 4 hhds Green & intermediate Towns VERPOOLThe
sugar Harper & Connery's and landings and will take British
,
the close. We find: it difficut to quote, but should I Holmes; 36 pkgs mdse Flewellen Store, Eleven Bales Cotton for NGLAND ship
& Butt 6 do H the of freight and Boothby
!; R Ta Ior 25 do J B purpose I passengers at rates as low as can be ,master, will meet
say that purchases could be made at 6 a 6$ for Inferior I A Wyhe; 61 do J Smallwood; 67 A'FPlinj do ; 67 do paying freight, salvage, &c.; said eleven bales obtained on the river. In good and safe stages of with despatch, for freight apply to 4

Ordinary 6J a Middling ?i a Middling:: son & co. ; Hill, Daw- were shipped on board steamboat Tallahassee, S. the river, which will probably be during the \V A & PC KAIN.

Fair 84 a 8J, Fair 8| a-. do HaSTON-Per ship l\Ianco-SOO casks lime, 5 Dummer, master, May 2-3, 1842. Unless claimedand I winter and early spring, the Lowell, will run regularly feb7 4 Colombia Block.

The sales of the week have amounted to 1,277 r mdze plaster to Kimbrongh & Ridgway; 48 packages identified before the day aforesaid, it will be to Columbus and intermediate landings FOR LIVERPOOL
\Vhitmarsh The
& sold to the -
bales, as follows:-9 bales at 6, 9 at 6\ 11 at 7$, fc; Holmes; 6 to order.: Richardson; 5 to Harper highest bidder. M. A. MYERS, tions The and Lowell comfort is,not and surpassed it is intended for she accommoda Br. ship COuRT'AY, George fast-sailing Turner -

6Oat7J,72at7,13at7.$, 120 at 7J, 323 at 8, 81 1 mdze CHAHLESTOX-Per brig Tybee-7 packages March 4, 1S44. Auctioneer. be, by any Boat on the Chattahoochee shall notI master, will meet with despatch.

at 8J, 100 at 83-16,112 at Si, 45 at 8], 116 at 8J, 7 hart fc to Harper & Holmes; 1 A Wylie; 2 Lock- I Those who ship her river For freight apply to .'L
; Young 103 by
; to order. SALE may rest assured that dec
at h l 40 311-16, 82 at Si, 5S at 10 cents Ib. I OF LOTS IN APALACHICOLA.. ATNEXT 'their Cotton Goods W. A. & P. C. KAIN. II
per .,\TT TrO'-T.. 01\T. 'rUt:' 1l! 1.. n u' "... ......... or wili be delivered as quick ...
= i "" .n. '-' I.i VLU 11.1 UL' iUL ly and as safely a* speed and care will FOR LIVERPOOL.-British
COTTON
STATEMENT. accomplish. barque
IN FRONT OF &
THE I
Stock on hand. ...... .. ... ...211 URINE INTELLIGENCE. EXCHANGE. APALACHICOLA JOHN M. MOORE ROBERT WATTS, Johnson. master, is j j

Received since our last,.... ....2,2S<> COSAM W. A. SCANDRETT & CO., ______ now discharging, and will be ready to

,' previously.... .... 91,095 --------- --- WHEREAS purchaser, from EMIR BARTLETT Agents, Eufaula, Ala. I receive freight in a few days, for which apply to

93,592 bales. PORT OF APALACHICOLA. the Apalachicola McKAY & HARTSHORNE decll J. DAY & Co.

Exported since our last,...* .ik.5,802 -' ...March 16. Land'" "T Company. .on. _the. _7tli_! day_ of_March, 1S37 .l\f\DI' VVI.U:' a.".. ,"UU'A' ._YJ"T"'rpyy"L.J: :,., FOR NEW YORK.

previously .... .... 62,734 CLEARED.! ot ioti\o. m O1OCKi\O.tJattr1epriCeOI ten nun-- feb5 tf Agents, Apalachicola Fla. The first clas:
ship GLENDOVEER
dred and fifty dollars, and did Parsons, master
S2G2 50 ,
6.. .536 Ship Mananna, Norton for pay and executed S '
Stock oa hand not cleared &: Hartshorne. New York, M'Kay his notes each for f2&2 50, payable on the Steamer Augusta* having her entire cargo (under deck) engaged
:
? .23,0t'u' Ship!! Lyons, Ryan, for New York byJ & 7th day of March, 1S3S, 1339 and 1S40, which are THE fine fast running first class and going on board, (or deck freight or

FREIGHTS. I Ship Glendoveer, Parsons, for New York Day, by co C unpaid with the interest. Also, the same, at the &Steamer AUGUSTA s. B. Hall]1, passage feb2G, apply to CHAS. ROGERS,

To Lh.erp'oI.H.. jd prl. i Rogers. same time, became purchaser from the same of master, will run regularly 46Vater

NewYork.b., .. ...... ....ll-Wc" Ship Duncan, Daggett) for New York W lot No. 15, and fraction in : the season between during, FOR NEW YORK-The
by A adjoining block C fine
Boston .... ... .... ..' ...11-lGc" \V ood. second for and Columbus Apalachicola fast-
.sailing
Bark range twenty-five hundred dollars when the river will admit, touch coppered and copper fastened
,
Britfch ships are taking freely for Liverpool at Wood &Ligonia Co Hamilton, for New York, DB i and did execute his notes each for S33 33, paya ing at all the intermediate landing. She will beat ship DUNCAN, Dagget, for freight on

]Ad; coastwise are dull, and ll.16c. the nominal BrigTybe?, M'Cormick, for Mobile ble the 7th day of March, H33, 1S39 and 1840, EUFAULA on her downward trip, every Wed deck apply to W WOOD,
rate. Schr ,-master. which are unpaid with the interest. nesday, and will take feb26
23
Seminole, Taylor, for N Orleans, master. freight or passengers on the Water st. "
I- ELWOOD BURDSELL became most reasonable terms and -.
purchaser from insurance can be obtained FOR : -
RLESTON.ne
DOMESTIC ARR IVED. the Apalachicola Land Company on the 7th day of on her as low as on other beat. fast sail- _.
MARKETS. Ship :March: 1837, of lot No. 3, bhclt H, second The any ,ing schr EXCELSIOR, Woodbury, master .
NEW YORK, March 6 COTTON -The ..position & Manco, Nickes, fm Boston to Kimbrough at the price of sixteen h'indred! and range, Augusta's accommodations for passengersare : with most of her cargo engaged.wilj
twenty-five not i
on the part of holders! Hidgway. dollars and did excelled her Cabin being all in State have For
before noticed execute his despatch. balance of
to notes each for freight
press since saks, and realize without delay has continued Nourse Bark V Ann: Stone.Welsh, :Magna: from New York, to payable on the 7th day of March, 1838, 1)39$541::) and 66, rooms the well, and known every exertion will be made to retain apply to A. L. CLEMENTS or passage, J' t.:I',;

our last, and although then has existed Bark AI b"lmiIemtt 1840, which are unpaid with the interest. __r_ __ ,. reoutation_she has sustained for mar4 Aft \Vater street. 1k ,
a fair demand chiefly for exportation, yet prices to Harper & Holmes. 13 days from N York, JOSEPH C. BURESELL became purchaser saiei, cOmfOrt aha despatch. --- i

have again: receded, and we further reduce: our Bris Ann Eliza from the Apalachicola Land Company on the 7th For freight or passage, apply to FOR NORFOLK, VA.-The fine schr.- Ui

Decline Quotations since! one-quarter of a cent: thus pinking the to B. Ellison & Co., Mallory, 14 days from N York, day of March, 1837, of lot No. 4, block H, second STOW & STARR ATLANTIC, Ware, master, having her
the arrival of rane the
the Hiberuia at price cf thirteen
: one cent Brig hundred and THOS. A. cargo engaged and
FloJicla Crocker seven- TERRY going on board
per lb. 14 days 'from New York, ty-five dollars, and did wilj j
have
execute his each for dispatch. For
FLOUR The to IeKiIIarbhorne.. notes Agents, Eufaula. passage, apply to the master
:lrlvancp'! 8453
.,tate of the 33. payable the
and on 7th
the large stock: still remaining in tlin hand.-'t\O1.of re- ma Krig<:t.?r.Brig.Tybee, McCormick, from Charleston, to 1839 aud 18-10, which are unpaid day with of March the interest., 1838: ,. B. ELLISON & CO., on march board, or to CHARLES ROGERS.

ceivers together! with a very moderate demand, JOHN BISHOP *?c Co. became purchasers from mar4 Agents, Apalachicola.
-
the mi-ket for Western Flour quite dull. and Christina, Warren, from New York, to W the Apalachicola Land
since Company the FOR
Mount.Dav .. on 22d dav Steamer -? FREIGHT OR CHAtER-
_our uLu.1 last. a_ reduction...., of about (6.! cents has been o.-.ua;;:..1... n _.___ '0__ 'II ,. __ ( :\Iarch, 1WJ3$ .i f lot Xo. O- _. -in-- -k1r.r---'. 1&..IQ, .<:.:0'. ,..ho.;.... Charleston. The fast sailing Br. :
:9UMII11III U **' U1 Unto ; lienC"s'e L:; Etili held firml}' Ac .uV LUU, DraOJey, nom i\ew Orleans, to J price ol two hundred and fifty dollars, and did THE new, splendid and fast ship ROTHSCHILD,
at 84,933.: Schr: co $33 :33. and executed their notes each for $83 pay 33 & running steamer CHARLESTON, apply to (febl2) H B FELL.
Cape Cod ,
NEW ORLEANS, March P.-COTTON: -The Mitchel.. Xickerson, from Havana, to F payabl on the 22d day of March, 1839 arid 1840, Freeman, Master, will, in connec- FOR. SAL The fast sailing schr.

decline in pricesince our report of Wednesday Steamer Apalachicola! one of which is mipai-J with the: interest. nection with the LOWELL, make VANDALIA of
the
Sutton, fm Columbus. CHARLES burthen of .
is about a the requisite Steamer Florence, Stapler. do became I trips between Eufaula and : tons, well found in. sails &c.
change ha: been made ii our quotations.' We Steamer Half purchaser from the Apalachicola Land Apalachicola, and all intermediate rigging,
Augusta carries
from
two hundred
Columbus. landings, and and
the fifty bales and
must remark, however, t'I Cadwallader will draws
fin Columbus. Xos. 1 and warrant will only five feet of
9 in block water will
be.sold
prevailed, and that it i is v-:difficult to quote ac Steamer: Oconee, Greer fm Columbus. and lots 5 and 16, in run to Columbus.The low to
block HI close the
curately under existing at the price of ten thousand concern. Apply to Capt. Smith
hun. board
circumstances. The sales Steamer Boston Morton two on ,
fm Charleston is
Columbus.
of the week I dred and fifty dollars, and did neatly arranged for the or to
exclusive com B.
of
a number of important Steamer Columbus Crcnshaw pay 2,562 50, and ELLISON & Co.
fm fort and
shipment, amount to Columbus. executed} his notes each for $2,562 50 convenience of passengers, and withal march
27,400 bale?, of which 11,600 Steamer Siren Sharp.'ess! fm payable on 33 Water st.
,
were sold during the lat three 'lay?. Bainbridge. the 20th day of April, 1S37, l&W: and 1839, one of is a large, well built draft, capable of carrying as

StGAp.-\V'e hJ.\'( no material chnnge to notice VESSELS whi"h is unpaid with the interest. much freight, with perfect safety, as any boat on L. W. Spratt, .. .. -

in the character: of the Sugar market: since o.ir re- March. FN PORT. WILLIAM' : LOW became purchaser from the the Chattahoochee, and can afford to do it as ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR: AT LAW. .

r..w oflart Wednesday morning: the demand 11-Sloops SHIPS.and lighters not included. March A');{'ach cola Land Company on the 16ih day of cheaply. For freight or passage, apply to either !' WILL for the, future reside in this city. All
having again been fair, and 1833 of lot X o. 3, in block 17, at the have
pretty
price
about the Manco price JOHN 1\1. .committed{ legal business
Nickles 350 of MOORE to his
tons hundred ,
seven dollar
before disch'ing-Kimbrough! and 'lid
same as quoted- for inferior L care while resident
.say: to common pay $175, and a of
fc WM. A. Quincy, will please
5J a 5|, fair 5$ a 6 i: prim 6| a 6;, ttrictly Blanchard Ridgway. executed his rote each for $!75, payable the SCANDRETT & Co. dress him at this place.. He will continue ad
choice in small lots 6' a 7\\ cents per lb. inI'I, Blanchard, 393 ton! for Havre, load. 16fh March, ]8:33: 1:3-tO: and 1841, two of which are Agents Eufaula. attendance upon the courts of Jackson regular -
Wright. and
unpaid with MOORE
MOLASSES-Sijice our review of la. t Wednesday the iiitere.'t. & McKENZIE, Gadsdens Counties! and the
,
Court
morning, the demand for :Mod! es ou the- Dauntless loading-S) : (Br )Cassin.Rogers, 562 tons, for Liverpool, CHAhLhS: c. MILLS beeime purchaser from McKAY & HARTSHORNE, Tallahassee. of Appeals at.

Levee has been quit moderate and thrApaachcoJ: ) : Land Com 'al0:1 the 271h feb19 Agents OfficR over W. A.Wood's '
tie market day Apalachicola. No. 23
i is less firm than Coun-nay, (Br.) Turner. COS tons, for Liverpool rf February. IS3H, of Iot X os'S Apaladiicola Water street.
it was. \\ e now quote from 2U ; : 9 and 10, ill ;Jan. 8, 1S44. -
to 23| cents per gallon for good lots, remarking oatlirj-W A k P C Kain. tkc15! at th i pi ice I'f fif'ee:1: h'ln"fn'd dollars, Spring and Summer Goods -
that of the England, (Br) Boothby, for Liverpool, waiting- ,.rt'l did pay $375, and exec-itcd his ?HHHE subscriber has
most sales PRODUCE.-Just
are at the lowest of these \V rotes each for just received WESTERN received i
A & P C Kain. $nj, payable: on the :27th JL per ship j>er
tdes. Frbniary 1840 from
,
1841 l1arthaVashington and New
Sabattis' Cox. 447 tons! for N York. and 1S42, all of which other late arrivals, Orleans:
FLOCR-Since our Wednesday's revied, the loading- are unpaid with the in a large and extensive 50 bbls
Tl Tt \\ nod Ar (!11. and Harper & IIolnl' terest. assortment of Goods suit Whiskey;
sales have not reached any very important extent, Huron Paine ; _, "Tnn .,.... t"f"' "" '9" able for the present and coming 50 do Flour S
o4 :
but the absence of of tons, brew Yoik-i loading' -1 0!\ v_ .c. ,,.\U W Dec'.mo i'lrcha: from the .- .. season. consisting
any supply consequence at D B WOOd & Co. er in ot me --------o 5 hhds Bacon
part
Aralachicola! Land following articles Sides ;
the The viz :- ;
Levee (there Ccrnp Ife'th
being I :tiy c-n of
no receipts at the day
moment Wakona, Borland 430 tons for N March 183S: 200 pair Cottonade Pants 5 do Shoulders. .
except occasional small parcels by steamboats,) York, loading' of lot X o. 9, i in: block 11, at the price S i "
enabled holders -Harper & Holmes. cf one thousand dollar, an-J did 100 Tuckapaw For sale by M.
of lots in store to obtain a further pay $250 and ex. A. .MYERS; ,
advance in the rates, which we now quote at S4 40 Charl'-rnagne: Wright. Packard, 442 ton, waiting M 1 r I cited: hi.- notes each for $'250.{ piyable the IGth 50 Grass Linen Pants, mar4 28 Water st. g

'4 45 for Ohio and $4 50 a 4 75 for Illinois and March, 1839, .1840 and 1841, ail of which are un- 35 Brown 'C I':
Si Louis br.tnds.BACO1deb Rothschild (Br) Fell, 647 tons, for freight or char. paid with the interest. 75 assorted 'c NOTICE-The subscribers take this method


fair demand, but and Hums shoulders remain comparatively continue in dull very Troy ter, Hills-Master., 525 ton, waiting :M: Wright.BARQUES. from CHARLES the Apalachicola McKINNEY Land ,Company became, on purchaser the 22d 25 50 Gents Dress fine black Merino PanTs, them, that they are those in immediate who'are indebted want of the to S
summer
(,May: 1838 oflot No. and Frock Coats various amount of their bills.
,
"for some time past. In regard to prices, includis 11. block B,second range, They have become per-
for patterns.
both Alabama, Merritt, 343 tons one thousand five hundred dollars arid did fectly satisfied that
and ,
? country city smoked, they rane I, waiting-Harper & pay 60 Cottonade patronage without pay will
tilt same as before quoted-say for uncanvassed Holmes. $375, and executed his notes each for $375, pay- and Grass Linen Jackets, not answer, and that froth this date all bills incurred

Htis4 fc a 5 cent, ordinary canvassed do. 4fc a 5, Mersey, Tucker, 372 tons, fm N York, waiting- able which on the 22d day of May, 1839: 18/10 and 1841, 25 doz. linen bosom Shirts, different qualities, I must be p'aid"befo delivery of the :! .
"Salter. are unpaid with 25 goods.
sugar cured 6 B the interest. col'd cotton "
a 7i; Sides4 a4$; Shoulders 3 a 3j fast colors. To tJosevhb hare been
ffnL8 per lb.lVz11KEyWe. Duke of Cornwall, (Br.) 4S1 tons, Conrad, fm Liverpool JOHN T. MYRICK became purchaser from the 150 pairs Gents Prunella,Buckskin and Goat that we shall be as ready punctual we can say
di -charging-E P Butts. Apalachicola Land Company the 20th skin as ever to serve them.as
continue to quote Rectified at on day of Gaiter Boots, usual and with
151 a 20 cents per gallon, remarking that as there Ann Welsh :Magna, from New York discharging April, 1836', of lots 1 and 2, block 23, for one thou 200 pairs Men's Morocco be greater dispatch, as we shall not
sand Slippers troubled with
i little Nourse & Stone. eight hundred and those who do
$ or none on the landing at the fifty dollars, and did 10 not pay.
pay Gents
moment cases calf
most of the, which are only to a moderate extent Isadora Springer, 233: : tons, fm Boston, waiting- $;462 50 and executed his note, each for $462 100 sewed and pegged Boots, LAWRENCE & CAIGH. .'

Vt from store at the latter rate. Common is dull, D B Wood & Co. payable on the 20th day of April, 1&7: 1S& and, : pairs Men's caJf high and low quarter Shoes Apalachicola, March 11, 1844. mil 1m"TJARRISON"

t t 21 cents. Colossus, Lennox, 399 tons, fm Providence, discharging 1S39, two of which are unpaid with the interest. 50 pcs Mosquitoe Netting, .

==-- -Benj Salter. AXD WHEREAS, by the agreement made 3 cases Gents fine Moleskin and Fur Nutria APPLE CIDER.-15 bbls of

PASSENGER-- --- Sophia, (Br.) Webster, 387 tons, for Liverpool l, with said parties, it was fully understood that in Hats, JLL the above, for sale by- *- .
loading S Cassin. case of failure to pa said the said 100 doz Palmleaf mar 11
Per Steamer notes, Com Hats, of different qualities NOURSE & STONEON :-
Champion C Maclay fc son, S Robert Watts Br. Johnson 491 f pany shoud! be at liberty sell. "And .
SI Hifl, Capt A T Bennett. ( ) tons, for Liverpool ther understood io it is fur- 3 Gents fine Leghorn and Sea Grass Hats CONSIGNMENT TT
Per steamer Florence-Dr loading-J Day & Co. that if thr e.id: (purchaser named) wide and narrow brims.A boxs manufactured
Lockhart. John Drawer. Sutton. 310 fm shall fail to par either of the said which will be sold
Per _. tons. Providence. notes as very low for
... .Kfeam. r Au nfriiifa\tr J A Ifaursnn_ -- --- respectively they good assortment of Ladies' fine Cash
.Mr.sv .. beccm* .h and fancy I Icolored Or on short time fnr
the s.iid l
( annrniroJmarll
--- I waiting) U wood x uo. __ ie., Comnanv shall .
A Uardwi k. lr8 L and blade lt n" .., paper.' .
\ Lan.irumMrs webb uu iii ..... ..... .
child Cuba, Blanchard 233 JloerIon KiViR thirty day's notice a. "'- &.f' '
tons waiting-\Iaster. DAVID
wdservt. in a (:1. .
Miw Thornton Miss ALS07'"Ladies' : It4J L X. '
ConekOh public gazette fine
Le- ibli.-hed in black kid
litur BRIGS. Apalachicola, to Slippers, and a
resell -
Miss Br>au, :Messrs! J M Landrum, J Andrion Christina, Warren, 226 tons, fm New York dis- said lots, at the risk of said (purchaser named) variety of other articles which are offered and lUST 43 Water street.. .

L Wooten, E Drown, J M Cox, L Bryan, IJ Screws: char in-J! Mount. for the benefit tlf said Company, and if any sur will be sold very low for cash by J A received per schr: Lion from iV. Orleans ) ,

N Webb. Z Sawyer, T A Terry, McGritT: : J. Florida, Crocker, 209 tons, discharg'g-McKay Ac plus remain, after paying of said notes given for FRANCIS KOPMAN. few patterns of French Doeskin, for Gen j
tlemen's
lJ said lots, and all costs and the Pants, suitable for !
Per rtshorne expense, same shall Apalachicola, March 11, 1844. .Spfing wear. Also, .
steamer
o P Tiltinhay Oconee-\Ie Jeanrenaud. Smith.J C Ruse, Gavin, Ann Eliza, Mallory, 144 tons, waiting-B Ellison presentatives.be paid to said" (purchaser named) or his legal re- .... mil 5t- French Shoes, for sale low for Cash, by ( ,


L-.Per Hurd steamer, C H Boston Mather-,Miss W Hone S Ilurd, A and G Saflold svt, Miss, J Robt pool&Burns Co. (Br.) Messenger, 296 tons, fm Liver- said And notes, whereas as hereinbefore, said parties recited have Now failed the to pay CIGARS\J choice brands& CHEWING just received TOBACCO-Some from N Orleans, march4 BARNARD 28 ELLIS Water,It. '.. ,

1D15, D C Dr'an.'ler discharging P Butts. : said and for sale by I
.
steamer Falconer, Upton, 251 tons, for New York, loading Company, in pursuance of the provisions of said marll B. ELLIS, CHAIRS CHAINS !-Received per ship
Grice, sell Columbus-Messrs Battle, Ballou, -D B Wood & Co. agreement, will expose the lots aforesaid for sale 28 Wat erst.CAUTION ,
,Booth, King, Kimbrough. Pioneer at auction, in front of the Apalachicola; to dozen Cane Seat
Mitchell, 225 tons, for Boston, loading- in said Exchange / -The Maple Chairs .
RECEIPTS D B Wood & Co. city, on the 16th dy: of April next, be public are hereby cautioned % curled "
'
Vy against
"Per Reamer OF PRODUCE.: Damascus, Chase 249, waiting-Master. tween the hours of ten o'clock, A. M.: and two trading for some notes of hand made 2 Boston ;< -, S
,
\palachi ola-I:; bales cotton to o'clock P. M by me, payable to Rocking Chairs, '
fur
:ltrper & lIotmps cash: to pay up the notes due 1VJ. ,Carrigan, dated Nov. 30 1 .
w ; .J4 to ockhart & Young 3 to SCHOONERS. thereon interest 1843 the Mahogany u .
A & PC ; cost and charges. as Consideration for whicH ; ,
Kain; 19 W J Boston, Bradley, fm New Orleans, discharging siid notes Also-=.Sofas, Sideboards, "
K1 & Hartshorne Day & Co 56 to Mc- J ) (Signed) C. H. AUSTIN, were given has entirely failed, I will BeaUreausI Table! .
; .10 to \\T ; Day Ac Co. not pay them Bedsteads Washstands Curled :
Co.
1er \ Porte "v Agent Apalachicola: Land Co. at Apal'a. unless Hair AJattrasse _
compelled law .
steamer" &. Ridgway Horence--161 bales cotton to Kimbtough -T Schr Mitchel.Cape Cod, Nickerson, 49 tons, for Havana Apalachicola, March 16, 1844.LOOK March 4, 1844. by HARVEY, g. Feathers, &.C-, all of which will be sold low for .

Per ; 40 to C Rogers WILLIAM Cash, by PETER '
HOBART:
steamer Excelsior
K* Aususla--123 bales cotton to Me- Woodbury, 84 tons,for Charleston,loadingA HERE!-The persjn who borrowed, i marchj -

J & ; 114 to B Ellison & Co; 75 to L Clements. LEAVE, six volumes of Niles' EXCHANGE ON NEW ORLEANS, at sight, I

SPn%! ?ap'IIolD1t"Q & Co; 97; flu to;W A & P C Kain; 22 to Atlantic, Ware Rogers., 94 tons, for Norfolk, IoadingChas Weekly I Register," and three volumes of British feb9-5t E. C. SCRANTON, PORK.-For 50 bbls Prime ; 20 do Mess.,. ',, S
to sale
Lockhart & "
Butt 193 oungj Two Marys West Classic"'s. .. will. please return them or call and A ent.I by W WOOD;>..
; to J N fm Mobile discharging.
\\T ebb. 7I to Nourse -- feb5 ....,. .. ,
otonill- gei me remaining eignteen volumes 01 the former I ON COTTON. t.)..... l.v.....- -.
Per t ADVANCES -Liberal advan- I
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"-O* 10 wW'S1-93? bales' cotton' to C Fair thirty-three of the latter, as I wish them cotton for shipment to LiverJ SOAP-I0 J bxs No. 1 Boston yellow bar) Soap. '1
|E2 VT A.Pc Kai" kept together. JAS. F. FARftlOR.marclG [ < .pool, Havre, Boston New ,
j L_ steamer Oconee-I ; BSHawleir. THE LADIES respectfully announce to the : or York, by N York II "U II fl5
:t- : bakg cotton to Lock- janlS HARPER 'f
of & HOLMES. 'VincheSter'sbest
jJ! .loungtSSHill, Dawson Apalachicola, that a Fair will be family.
:, & Holmes; J7 M'Kay co iIarthorne.33 C Rogers; held at the Mansion House on Thursday eveningnext RICE-A fresh supply of a prime article, for ON COTTON.-Liberal 10 Kimball's superior Shaving and Toi. '"'
ADVANCES advan-
tLfT 4eamer Boston" 21st inst., when collection of NeedleWork letSoap.
'I49baIes a large low
by T. L.
ic MITCHEL
Pc cotton to W A& for
in J 4T Lockhart & Articles sale, or shipment to New 20 bbls Soap, the best and .
Lelay Young; 51 Preston & Fancy and many other things march16 33 Water st. York, Boston or Liverpool, offered cheapest for wash '
are
Per both curious and useful will be exhibited. The by ing and stowing cotton.

7rer&, 5'aIner,. II Siren-182 TIl bales cotton to Wm G public generally and the gentlemen and stranger UNION BANK FUNDS-Eight Hundred Dol- jan8 NOURSE & STONE, Just received and for sale low byt .
& C 46 Water
uckhrt \k Young. I H Austin; 3 H S Hawley; in i narticular, are invited to give them a call. I in a certificate of deposit, in Union Bank ,( st. : S. DILL & CO. S

lt1frr tamerColumus..47 i \1'Kay bales!& artshorne. March 16, 1844. Florida, for sale by T. L. MITCHEL, AMERICAN GOLD.-For sale in sums to suit marl 29 Water st. .

2otWylLe69WmG Cotton to C Ro- march 16 33 Water st. received from New Orleans. ,5
Porter by JUST
i order. & co 9 Co1jf II.: B. Wood "I.
bushels
; Oats
WM.\ G. PORTER & Co. prime for sale low for cash, ';
TO ARRIVE PFR SHIP MANCO-A oj.h .
AUCTIONEER supply jan29 B. ELLIS
41 Wafer ,
EXPORTS. st.
;\V I. of superior Family Butter ; 25 boxes first marll 28 Water st.QUAIMER :

YORK-Per ship Duncan-972 bs cotton. No. 31 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla. quality Cheese; lot fresh Rasins ; lot of Cranberries T RUNKS.iIron Bound, Leather and Hair < _
HATS
Per ship Glendoveer-1541 do in small packages; lot Almonds, Candies, Tunks, for sale low by O -25 doz of fine Summer Hat

I Per bark Ligoma-817 do KENTUCKY BAGGING & BALE ROPE &c. Also, a large lot of the Patent Lever Locks, ,_febl2 N MILLER, 45 Water st. j just received and for sale by '
Per ship Lyons-1469 200 coils for sale from feb19 S DILL &. CO., 29 Wterst. .
);p. do Bagging ; Rope, the Boston Lever Lock Co., and for sale by _
,VI OR.EAi8-Per Per lChr Marianna Seminole-I-935 do on favorable terns by T. L. MITCHEL, i WHITMARSH & RICHARDSQN, BLOCKS. sizes 2000 for ft common sale by., bushed and plank Jll TpXCHANGE-Bought and sold by .
do mschl6
33Watrrsr. marchll'
27 Water at. fcb2 WM. G. PORTER, '. -
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\\H LEGAL NOTICES.Apalacliicola = U. S. MARSHAL'S SALES. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES, INSURANCE AGENCIES. 1I 1--

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4 !I I District of Florida. U. Marshal Sale.BY NOTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply] THE AUGUSTA INSURANCE & BANK

._ issued from the Judge of the County Court. CO.-Capital :$375,000.: Are prepared -
Court
1 In Superior -Franklin County. virtue of a mortgage ti. fa.,
,1, Alpholl Loubat, ) Court ot1 L IN CHA\CERY. of Pensacola againstE the estate of JOHN LOCKE, deceased. GO: Office No. 1 Columbus: Block. HOARHOUNO GANDY.ITS
reclrd in
\;) x favor of the Bank
David D. Churchill, ) Bill to foreclose Mortgage. Chitlenden, et al., I have levied on till following ASA D! GOVE. JAS. KELLOGG, Agent. .>

TT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the property, being in the City of Apalachicola, Apalaehicola, March 2, 181 t. rar46w Apalachicola, Jan. 25th, 18.1 1. janl-O 3m POWER IS UNIVERSAL.

JL said David D. Churchill, the above defendant, I and knowu and designated on a plan of said cityas weeks after date, I shall} apply THE subscriber, agent f for the ", Etna Insurance "For the angel of death spread his wings on the!

resides beyond jurisdiction- of this:: Court, and lots Nus. (1) one and (2) two, in block (14)) NOTICE.-Six Judge of the County Courtof ny, of Hartford, Conn., i is prepared to blast,

out of the Territory of Florida, but within the I fourteen, together with all the buildings:;, inhprovetnetnts Franklin county, for letters of administrationon issue policies of Insurance against Fire and loss ,And breathed in the J face of mankind as he Passed

( United States: It is ordered, that publication be : and appurtenances thereon, and thereto the estate of Henry Beadle, deceased. or damage on rivers, on favorable terms. The REMEMBER: :

k made in some newspaper] published in the city of I belonging, and shall expose the same for sale at JAMES GIBSON. capital of the above company is large and investedin Thai the first symptoms of sickness,complaint or

'! Apalachicola, once a week for four months, requiring public outcry before the Court House door in.said: Apalachicola, Feb. 10th, 1641. feb2 Gt the safest possible manner, and its settlement disease, has an origin which requires but little at*
him to appear and answer the said bill of city, at 11 o'clock, a. in., oa the tirst day of lie of losses has always been prompt and liberal. tention to overthrow the first cause of illness.

t ,. complaint on or before the expiration of that next term of the Superior Court for Franklin: N. OTIC}< .-Six weeks after date, I will apply Dec 25 DAN'L J. DAY, Agent. EGLECT

time, or the said bill will be taken'as confessed county, to the highest bidder for cash. Said property to the Honorable Judge the County Courtof At this season of the year when the organic state

against him, and: such further order given in the : to be sold subject to a claim held by! Lewis Franklin County, for letters of administration r HE subscriber, duly appointed agent for the of the body opens the system in a premonitory

\,', premises as to t the Court may seem .i lIst ice. Curtis and George Griswold, or their assignees:; of on the estate of Robert Gilpin, deceased. J_ Protection Insurance Company, of Hartford way for the speedy} gathering of matters which

:: (Copy-'IVsto.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, six hundred and fifty dollars with interest thereon R. J. MOSES. Conn., with full power to receive proposals andto end in CAUSES beyond the approach of medi-

t J. & L. BKAVIMI, Clerk. from the seventh day of March, 1837: till paid. Apalachicola, Feb. 12th, 1844. felt Gw issue policies on as favorable terms: as other cine, and finally terminates in DEATH. ;

Solicitors! for Compl'ts. ROBERT MYERS, U. S. Marshal. OTICE.-Six months after date I shall good offices, is prepared to insure against loss or How necessary i is it then that mankind should

Apalachirnla---,- Fe!). 2S, Isl 1 I. mlllinTerritory Apalachicola] Jan. 17th, IS 14. jan.22 1m N to the Honorable Judge of the County, Courtof apply damage by Fire, and also to take Marine and Inland become aware of the safeguard which can be

risks. The reputation of this for thrown around them at moments notice
l of Florida. Jackson county, for letters of dissmission from company a when
JACKSON' COUNTY.In [ SALE OF LOTS IN APALACHICOLA AT the administration of the estate of John S. Randolph settling losses with promptitude and liberality is attacked by CHILLS( COUGHS, and COLDS.
AITCTION ON THE 10th DAY OF APRIL well known. DAN'L J. DAY such
late of Simple as complaints may appear at first
( Richa.VilSOll, Justice Court. said county, deceased.
Esqr's' NEXT, IN FRONT OF THE APALACHICOLA dec .5 G-J Water st. sight, they are the mere precursors of that disease
Horace FRANCIS R. ELY Executor.
Ely, f Attachment for $3S Uri ,
EXCHANGE. ----- ---
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which ends in CONSUMPTION.Why -
i vs.; V Returnable to February term, Marianna, Feb. 1st, lS.I4. feb5 Gm
:; MATTHEWS, be- ------ Agency Baniof': Charleston. then! will people be blind as to the proper
Henry Cooper. ) l.ll.J.I WllEHEASVILLIA.I the ApalachicolaLand Six months subscriber, AGENT of the above BANK, "
I ; defendant and all otlu-rs interested( arc NOTICE- after date I shall apply THE course which they should pursue when the An.
Tin notitied of the institution of the above Company on the ISth day of April, 153G, Judge of the County Court for Franklin to purchase Exchange on the gel of death spreads his wings on the blast"

suit attachment awl of lots No. 7 and 12, on block B., front range at county, for letters of dismission from the administration North and Sterling Bills, and to Check ou New Awake at once to the necessity of preserving
by and to
I plead to the the law required dircr.ts.HOHACJ appear 1 the price of fifteen hundred dollars payable one- of the estate of Martin Snyder, late York and Charleston. life and health, if you have a severe cold, fly to
Mine
as
: ELY: PlaintifK: third cash due on the 15th day of September, 1S35; of said county deceased. U:/- Office over D. G. Raney's store, Water st. that famous remedy,and use

t one-third on the 15th day of September, IS36: and Dec 25, IS 13. B. F. NOURSE, Ex'r. SAMUEL CASSIN. J. PEASE; & SON'S
fcbS:
Marianna 3m
30th I 11.
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January the remaining one-third on the loth day of September Apalachicola, Jan. :-JGth, 1811. jan'i'J 2m Compound extract of Hoarhound, now reco".

Franklin .Superior Court. 1837, for which last payments two notes N OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall ap- --- -- ixed! as the only curative in preventing Con.

1 to Sl'riugTerm[ ISll. were given each dated April ISth, 1S3G, with interest ply to the Honorable the Judge of the Court MANSION HOUSE. sumption.Its .

I Raphael J. Moses ) from Sept. 15th, 1S35, which notes remain for the county of Franklin, for letters of Dismis- merit is testified! by thousands,and the whole
t:s' ATTACHMENT $302 20. unpaid with the interest accrued thereon. I sion from the estate of Alexander Crook, late of THIS establishment is still kept up in the best United States bear record of its virtues. Sold
j Dalnacs $5THE IJ( said deceased. neatest style. No pains nor expense i is
county
IVillialrt'l"dais. GEORGE. HARRISON and DAVID G. wholesale} and retail by J. Pease &, Son.
thc to render all comfortable
spared by proprietor -
defendant and all others interested, will RANEY, Merchants, using the name and styleof Nov. 30 1843. S.45 H. HARTSHORNE Administrator., who favor him with a call. The table is For sale by B. S. IIAWLEY, Sole agent.K .
,
take notice of the institution of this Harrison & Raney," became purchasers from
with the best the and
---- spread] very market lords, <*acly made Clothing !
suit by attachment, and and plead to the the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 21st day
) appear OTICE.-Six months after date I shall applyto the service of the most attentive servants are se- VT MILLER & CO. 45:
same according to law. II. J, MOSES, of April, 1S3G, of that ]part of Wharf, lot No. 22: N the ] Wa-
1 of the cured. for
1 Judge County Court for Frank- Feeling grateful former liberal Patronage .W-A'1.JLM ter street, have just received
Apalachicola, Jan. 3Uth,1St: 1 II. feb5 3m being directly in front of lot No. 0, block E, first -
4 ) lin county, for letters of .Dismission from the the subscriber hopes to merit continuance.. gyp::;? late arrivals, a general
--- the of three thousand dollars :! per assortment
at
$1 price ,
range pay- administration of the estate of Robert Robinson, BENJ'N HURD. : of NEW
t I III Jackson Superior Court. r i ana FASH-
cash
able follows one-fourtn one-fourth
as ; one late of said county, deceased. Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, IS.l 11. fcb5lfAPALACHICOLA : IOXAIJLE READY
; 1. James Boon, ) year after date, one-fourth two years after date, MADE
p ,"s. DILL FOR, DIVORCE. and the remaining one-fourth three years after II. B. STONE, Adm'r. EXCHANGE. ((1" CLOTHING: consisting of Over
Apalachicola, Dcc. 4, 1843. Gm I
Piety Boon. date for which three notes them / ( o.ttSacksSurloutPant. '
3 were by executed t
N this it is ordered that unless the said THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that \1 i f \tl Pest: ?, ice., &c., as follows:
case as above and dated June 1st, lb'37, for the sum of -Six months after date I shall apply above Establishment has been
[ entirely refitted -
NOTICE ......iJ r-" : Cloth, Beaver, Flushing and
Ii defendant do appear within three months and seven hundred and fifty dollars each with interest of the Courtof ; :
.. Judge County and is now open for the reception of
per-
Satinet
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Over Coats
j answer or demur to complainant's bill filed, that from date, two of which now remain unpaid with Franklin county, for letters of Dismission from manent and trancient boardersand the subscriber ;
Plain black
the same will be taken confesso and the accrued thereon. "' blue, brown and invisible green
tile interest
pro -.t.---. the estate of Willis Yon, deceased.A. hopes by strict attention to the business of his Frock and Dress Coats
matters therein contained decreed accordingly. \' NATHAN BAKER, became purchaser from G. SMITH Administrator. ;
house to be second to Hone in rendering his guests
Cloth, cassimere and Sack Coats ,
BENJ. G. ALDERMAN Clerk. the Land the 7th flushing ;
Apalachicola Company, on day' Apalachicola, Nov 11, 1813. nil Gm comfortable.
YONGK & TAYLOR, Compt's Sol's. of March, 1S37: of lot No. 3, in block No. 14, in,1 Cloth, cassimere and satlinet"Pants of different
Oysters, Game &c. served at all hours and
Marianna, Dec. 7, 1843. decll Iw3m the city of Apalachicola, at the price of twelve'I NOTICE-All persons indebted to the estate up colors and patterns;
hundred dollars, payable as follows; onefourthcash J. FLOYD, deceased, are requested in the best style. The Bar attached to the house, Plain and figured silk, satin, Valencia and casai-.
usual is stocked with the best Wines and Li-
Franklin as ,
Superior Court.William c
to make immediate mere vests
to the ;
one-fourth on the 7th day March, 1S3S, one payment un-
Lawrence, Compl't,} Bill for Divorce. \ fourth on the 7th day of March, 153! and the remaining dersigned, or her agent D. G. Raney, Esq., and quors. Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore White muslin and linen Shirts;
vs. > December Term, all having claims demands received, he hopes!: that his friends and the Colored do do do
Elizabeth one-fourth on the 7th day of March, 1SJO, persons or against
Lawrence, Def T. ) 1S13. said estate, will them public will continue to sustain him. Red aid white flannel Shirts and Draws
t present duly authenticated
L the complainant by counsel and i it for which three last payments notes were duly ;
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CAME ap- IIEZ SMITH.
!'/ peann? to the satisfaction of the Court that the* executed with interest from date, which last note within the time prescribed by law or this notice Striped shirts: ; Negro Pants;
will be plead in bar.SARAH. Apalachieola, Dec. Ibth, 15 J3. declS tf Socks and Mittens Boots and Shoes
defendant resides beyond the limits of the Territory remains unpaid,with the interest accrued thereon. ; ;
;+ of Florida. Therefore it is considered by the WILLIAM WILDER, became purchaserfrom r" M. FLOYD, Executrix. LEWIS' EXCHANGE. Hats, Caps, &c., &c. jan29

:t Court that the defendant do appear [here on or before the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 7th Apalachicola, March llth, 1811. mil 2m
.1 the expiration of three calendar month from the subscriber has leased the establishment I.'aS1iollablc CJothing.M' .
day of March, 1837, of lot No.1, block 11, at the TIlE
date hereof, and answer the complainant's bill of NOTICE-All persons indebted to the"estate known a.s the "MECHANICS &, J(UST received per brig R. W.
of hundred and dollars
ten
complaint or the same will he taken pro confesso. price fifty payable as L. Battle, late of Jackson county, MERCHANTS EXCHANGE," for the present Brawn, frc'fl1 X. York, a large
And it i is further ordered that a copy of this order follows ; one-fourth cash, one-fourth payable on deceased, are hereby requested to make immediate year, and will use his utmost exertions to please ,1 ''\' and l'tJdid; 5srtmentofF .
be published in the Commercial Advertiser for the 7th day of March, 1S3S, one-fourth on the 7th \ ,
payment to the subscriber ; all those having and render his patrons comfortable.The Io.a [.EtV1N1'ER&SPRING
three months day of March, 1839, and the remaining onefourthon
consecutively. demands against said estate must present the same OYSTER ROOMS is well fited and : CLOTHING! consisting of fine
(Copy.) T.--te, GEO. F. BALTZELL, the 7th day of March, IS 10, for which three within the up, a
MOSES Solicitor. Clerk. time prescribed by law, or this noticewill party of gentlemen can always be accommodatedwith \ .tn" 'l.th Ditasai.d Frock Coats ;
last payments notes were duly executed, with interest '
-- from date, two of which notes now remain be plead in bar of their recovery. oysters, and other refreshments, without ) I Figured and plain Silk, Satin, ,
iii tjc
. i Franklin Superior Court. unpaid with the interest accrued thereon. B. DORSEY BATTLE, r dm'r. being disturbed. \ \ I and Valencia Vests;

Henry D. Darden, ) Attachment for $l 2,aJO. ERASTUS CHITTENDEN, became purchaserfrom -- Jackson Co.- F'eb.11,1541.-----; febl92t m The BILLIARD TABLES attached to the establishment ----l\- i i \-.':':-- Blue, black and colored, plain

vs. Damages :$23,000.:; the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 7thday OTICE.-Au persons having claims against are in good order, and the prices of ----- -- mixed and ribbed Pantaloons.Also .

Daniel McDougald, ) of March, 1537, of lots Nos. 1 and 2, in block l Thomas Williams, late of Jackson county,, billiards reduced to twenty-five cents per game. : a general assortment of Bouts and Shoes,
defendant and all others interested are deceased (ocr The subscriber will remain and keep the Hats, Caps:;, &c., which will be sold low by
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TIlE No. 14, in the city of Apalachicola, at the price. are required to present the same duly
notified of institution of the above of twenty-six hundred dollars, payable as follows; authenticated within the time prescribed by lawor House open during the Summer season, and his S B HAMILTON17 ,

suit, and are required to plead according to law. .-fourthcash,one-fourth on the 7th day March : this notice will be plead in bar of their re only desire is to please and merit a liberal patronage jan?9 Water street.

BROCKEXBROUGH & HAWKINS, : 1S3S, one-fourth on the 7th day of March, lb3'J, covery. All persons indebted to said estate are SETH 1). LEWIS. 3.. A. I-eOay,

A tty's for Pl'fF. and the remaining one-fourth on the 7th day of requested to make immediate settlement. Apalachicola, Feb. 1st, 1M1feb:i tfPHOENIX (AT THE OLD STAND OF JACOB FOGLE,)

Apalachicola, Nov. 22d, 1s13. feblO 3m I March, IS 10, for which last three payments notes THOS. M. WHITE, Administrator. COLUMBrs, GKOnfilA.TAKES .

Franklin Superior Court. I were duly executed, with interest from date, one Marianna, Jan. 1'Jth, 184 1. jan22 601.WlI HOUSE. ff.!" )) this method of inform-

,I Maria Fredericks, IN EQUITY.vs. of which notes remains unpaid with the interest THE subscriber having refitted the above es- ;..g.J ;ii ill;; the public, that he has just
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> Petition for Divorce. accrued thereon. ----. G. PORTER & CO., otter for sale a large[ :! is now prepared to accommodate ... returned from New York, with a

Daniel M. A. Buschendorf. ) ROBERT J. FLOYD, became purchaser from well selected stock of DRY GOODS, his friends and the public in a manner new and splendid or.tment ofJEWELRY

.. reading the foregoing petition, and it the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 16th day consisting of- which will give satisfaction to all. His table ,
ON that Daniel M. A. Buschendorf appearing resides of April, ISUb, of lot No. 3, in block No. 10, in Clot.hs, Cassimeres, and Kerseys; will be supplied with every delicacy the market Consisting in part of Gold and Silver Watches, a

beyond the limits of this Territory-It i is the city of Apalachicola, at the price of eleven Satlinels, Flannels and Blankets; affords and his whole attention will be devoted new pattern of beautiful Breastpins;:-among them

Ordered, that a hearing be had before me on tlIc hundred dollars, payable as follows ; one-fourth FoieiRn and Domestic Prints; to the comfort of his guests. some DIAMONDS of the first water-Gold and

facts, as charged in the petition, on the second ecash, one-fourth ou the 10th day of April, 183'J' Brown Drillings and Irish Linens; Attached to the establishment are two superiorDOVLI Silver Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold

Monday of March, IS 14, at Apalachicola, in the uue-fairth on the Moth day of April, fSHJ, and Bleached and unbleached Sheetings ; G ALLEYS, and constant attention is and Silver Spectacles, Gold Guard and Fob

County of Franklin, and that this order be pub the remaining one-fourth on the 16th day of April, "ShirtinO's o ; given! to those who indulge in this manual exer Chains, Silver Spoons, Plated Castors, Mantle

lished in ono of the public newspapers in this IS 11, for which last three payments notes were Cotton Osnaburgs; cise.OYSTERS Clocks, fine Knives, &c. &c., which he will sell
Territory>r the space of three months before duly executed with interest from date, one of And every other article in their line adaptedto and every other delicacy which low for cash.

t the time aforesaid. which notes remains unpaid, with the interest the country trade. dec 1 yON may be wanted for refreshment, can be had at any FULL JEWELED GOLD WATCHES AS CHEAP M

S. '\". CARMACK, accrued thereon. CONSIGNMENT. received hour. SEVENTY HOLLARS.
Judge: Apalachicola District. JOHN R. CHAPMAN, became purchaser from on from Arrangements have been made so that perms All kinds Watches and Clocks repaired, and
consignment:
HAWKINS, Solicitor. the Apalachicola* Land Company, on the 15th day 100 bbls superfine Flour : nent and transient BOARDERS can be as well warranted to perform well.N. .

Apalachicola, Nov. 27, IS 13.: 44-3m of March, 1S3S, of lot No. 1, in block No. 185, 10 casks Bacon-sides &; shoulders accommodated as at any other house in the city, B. Persons residing in Apalachicola, or
.. in the rife of Aiwlnrhir.nla. at the nrirr of four ;
and the
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-- ------- -- prices are in with the times. along river, wishing
Molasses keeping their Watches other
Sugar, &c. &c. or
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Franklin Superior Court. hundred and fifty dollars, payable) as follows; one I I All of which will be sold low for TERMS: Jewelry repaired, having an opportunity to send
cash.
John Banks, fourth cash, one-fourth on the ir.th day of March very Board and them
feblO Lodging, per week$7 (X) by trustworthy hands, the
D G RANEY during boating
vs. ATTACHMENT 139: one-fourth on the 15th day of March, IblO, 1. 43 Water st. Boardper week,. .. . ... ... .... .5 00 season, can Lave them repaired by Mr. LeGay,
Benjamin. Walker and for $US50: 00 and the remaining one-fourth on the 15th: day of N CONSIGNMENT hhds CROCKERYWare Board, perday.1 (00 and returned\ with the same

John H. Watson, execu- Returnable to December March, 1 1s. 11, for which last three payments notes assorted, for country trade Single; meal, ... ... . .. .... .... .50Lodging l though his establishment nearly despatch as

tors of the last Will and Term, were duly executed, with interest from date, one Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by; A. Letwith ttiny.!. 2011,. ..tf. .... .... .... .,.V... .II.... . .50 Columbus Ga., Oct. 13,were is: jj.; in Apalachicola.40 tf
KELTON
Testament of James C. lS 13. of which; notes remains unpaid with the interest Va., some superior cross brand; -

Watson, deceased.rpHE accrued thereon.lIAHGRET. Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlery; Bacchus :liool :mal ShocTjlIsIiniisS

defendants and the heirs of Jas. C. Watson F. BOWER) Executrix of Kbe- Hollow and Tin Ware ; subscriber fi1 THOMAS CLARK }having removed
taken the BAR-ROOM
JL deceased, and all others interested are nezer J. Bower, deceased, I became purchaser from Saddlery, Hats, Boots and Shoes, &c. rrIIL the CITY having HOTEL in Columbus \J to the Store formerly occupied byJoL'ih
t
hereby notified of the institution of the above suit, the Apalachicola Land Company, on the 1 IGth( dayof ALSO solicits, from his friends and the public respectfully }L':],4''* :? *ohrodt, respectfully informs the

ss and they are required] to appear and plead ac March, 1838, of lot No. 10, in block No. 52, Sugar, Collee, and Canal Flour; a share of their custom. The Bar will be constantly citizens of Apalachiccla, and the upcountry -

cordingto law. in the city of Apalachicola, at the price of five Old Sherry Wine, in cases ; furnished with the choicest WINES, in all thut: ho will attend to the above business

BROCKEXBROUGH & HAWKINS, hundred dollars, payable as follows; one-fourth All of which will be sold very low for cash. LIQUORS, and CIGARS. Gentlemen who wishto to its branches. French"d..lt'skin Boots made
Nov. 11 41 3m for Pl'fK: cash one-fourth the Kith of March order. Ile has also on hand French
t Ally's on day 1839! DAVID G. RANEY, indulge in a Toddy,' cold or hot, a Punch,' (.alter Hoots and a supply of
one-fourth the IGth of March 1810 and Shoes, new and fashionable
on day Jan29 43
Water street. hot '
__ __ or cold, or 'straight fixins, will find them
In Bankruptcy.In style, which will be sold
thc remaining! one-fourth on the IGlh day of March 'mixed as low for cash as in any
the United States District Court : OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. up brown' at this establishment: ; and iu'usejn the
city. .
15-11, for which last three payments notes were DISSOLUTION those oct. 03.Runaway
who wish to regale themselves with a cigar, -
For Apalachicola District of Florida. heretofore -- -
: duly executed with interest from date, one of existing under
ROACH,' of Jackson county, having; I which notes remains unpaid, with the interest the name and style of SHERMAN & FORD," will always find here a' regalia canonc,' or NC-I.o .
I JOHN a petition praying for his: discharge and accrued thereon, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. a principe,' of the most delicious flavor. 6. Committed to Jail this day, a negro man

icertificalc as a Ihnkrupt; it is ordered that cause Jlnd whereas, by the agreement made with L. SHERMAN, The reputation which the "City Hotel" has J.) as a runaway slave. Said negro is about

it "be shown before the Court against said petition, said parties, it was fully understood, that in case S. R. FORD, established, for gentility and good order, pre f 5 feet inches high, about thirty years of

''r at Marianna on the first Manday in May next. of failure to said notes, the said Company Apalachicola, Feb. .24, 1811. cludes the necessity of the undersigned making .aitt, thick set, and stoops a little when
pay
(Test) B G ALDERMAN, Clerk. should be at liberty to sell. "And it is further any assurance that such will l be maintained walking, has a small scar over the right eye, one

YONGE & TAYLOR, Atty's for Pelioner. understood, that if the said: (purchaser named) THE undersigned makes known to his friends throughout. From an attention to this business under the chin, and on each hand and a large

,., Marianna: ,Jan. 23th; IS 11. jan29 3mNOTICE shall fail to pay either of the said notes, as they and the public that he has purchased the entire for a number of years, the subscriber does:: not scar on the left shoulder blade, back slightly
.t respectively become due, the said Company shall interest of his late partner, and will continue the flatter himself in feeling assured that he can give scarred by the whip. He was dressed in gray
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-- The Office of the SURVEYOR be at liberty, on giving thirty days notice, in a business:under l his own,name at the old stand. selves.perfect satisfaction. Drop R.in and E. Judge KAIMOND.for your kersey to pants John and B. White round jacket, and says he Ga.belongs

4 OF FLORIDA will in obedience public gazette, published in Apalachicola, to resell _febaoJlr; S. R. FORD. of Harris county,
Columbus, Ga. Feb. 1U, 1S-11. feb2 tf Had with him, when taken written
I, to an Executive order, under the hand of the said lots, at the risk of said (purchaser named) O ADDLERY:=-Rec-eived; late and worded up' a badly be
President of the United States for the benefit of said Company, and if by arrivals from pass, name could not positively ,
dated the Clh day any surplus -
O New York, another assortment of Saddlerconsisting Printing OIHce. for Sale.THE ascertained.:: Any said willplease
/ of October, 1813, and in conformity with sugges : remain, after paying of said notes, given for ofLadies' y' subscriber oilers for sale person owning negro
said lots and all the Printing Es come forward, prove property, pay charges
and
'' tions contained in a communication from tho costs expenses the same
and Gentlernens' Saddles well known and take him
as the Florida:t away. C.! J. SHEPARD,
shall be to said named
of the General Land paid (purchaser his
Commissioner: Office of 10th ) or or Coach Harnesses Journal." The oiHce is
*j, October, following, be removed from Tallahassee her legal representatives." And whereas, said complete, having a good Sheriff of Franklin county, FIB
assortment of
'i have failed to said Buggy Newspaper and Job Type, Ink, Pa Apalachicola: Feb. !), lb-Ii. ror4 6mupf
the 21th parties notes herein before
: to St. Augustine, on day of February: pay Jersey per, &c. and will be sold on reasonable terms
1S44 at which it will be established cited; Now said Company, in of 'NSl'EC'TOh: Of.' e1red
place &o pursuance Double Wagon Harnesses, I.. Apply to II. M. FARRIOR. LUMnER.-IIavin( ra
I 'soon as the archives can be transported to their said agreement, will expose the lots aforesaid at Collars and Hanes, feb 19 tf X the appointment of Inspector ot .,,;J1be1.i I

proper destination.V. auction, in front of the Apalachicola Exchangein Bridles and Bridle Bills, will attend at any time to the cUi'ies of lie' aP'

Y. CONWAY, Sr. General. said city on the 10th day of April next, be- Martingales, Circingles and Girts N'OTICE.Persons having business with the pointment.Sd .

1 Tallahassee, Feb. 23d, 1S1 J. fe20/ Gt tween the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 3, P. Stirrups and Stirrup Leathers 'APALACHICOLA LAND COMPANY," Office -12 Water street-up stairs-
,
M.for cash, to pay the notes due thereon,interest, Carpet Bags of various kinds. may apply to the subscriber, who is appointed feb 2G PETER HOr.R:.
-
's CIGARS-Just received from New Orleans, a cost and charges. Also, a few Calf Skins and white and red Lining their Agent for the City of Apalachicola, and its -( ls .r1Jct:
j lot of old Havana Cigars, viz: "Rega- Lewis Curtis and George Griswold, trustees of Skins, all of which will be sold low for neighborhood. He will receive applications,for PILOT AND NAVY IhFr'1D.---50
lies," "Imperials," "Trabucos," &c. For sale the Apalachicola Land Company, for the use of by. PETER Cash, the sale of lots, and make known the terms, &c. do Navy, for sale by st.
i wholesale and retail by C ELLIS, John Macpherson Berrieii, for the use of David HOBART.march4 CHARLES II. AUSTIN. feb: W A WOOD, 23 Wei

:feb12 28 Water st. Selden. By their Agent, B. G. ROPES. Apalachicola, :Feb. 5th, 1S-1J fcb5 1m GARDEN SEED.-Wmthefcfied fresh; t

Apalachicola, March 4th, 1844. m4 1m 'FOR SALE The new and substantial. barge & LARD.-5 casks new sides -- and for sale bvfebl2
EATIIERS.-Just received a quantity of live FAYETTE," of the capacity of 300 or BACON new Hams : BARNARD ELLJXJ2 *ater sG;
JJ Geese Feathers which will be sold low for Y.--jO bales first rate ; 30 kegs Lard. -
Hay, now landing 400 bales cotton For terms apply to Just !
i cash by P. HOBERT from barque Globe, for sale by ( FLEWELLEN & BUTT, received per schr Boston, for sale by S HAKER'S GARDEN SEED:-.\!c sh s>,i pp11

/ feb2G 42 Water :t. fcbl2 S DILL & CO., 29!) Water st. marl tf No. a Columbus Block. feb 3 DODGE & GARDNER, just received and for sale by ""t

t.'..., -10 Water street. feb!.'. B ELLISON & TO., *: Water I

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