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CARDS.

JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.


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J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
ov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


Nourse, Stone & Co.*
COMMISSION MERCHANTrS,
No. 46 Water street,
Apalachicola, Fla.


VOLUME II.]


,COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED SATURDAYS
BY

'Office third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Commerce & Chestnut streets,

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To those who advertise by the year a liberal dis-
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strictly pertaining to their own business, as
well as all legal advertisements sent in by them,
will be charged at the usual rates.

NEW YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKETS.

SSTAR LINE."


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nov9 ly


McKay & IHartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 40 Water street,
oct26 Apalachicola, Florida.


W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
D. B. Wood & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Harper & tolunes,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 51 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Wmn..G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
oct26 ly dpalachicola, Fla.
W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa.

TI'honas Preston,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANT.
Office, No. 32 Water street-up stairs.
ocl9 6m Apalachicola, Fla.
Thos. L. Mitchell,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,
noV9 Apalachicola, Fla.
WM. Hf. KIMnROUGH. JOHN I. RIDGWAY.
Kinibroughl & RIidgway,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
jr- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre, oct26


Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FO()WARDING, &
COM MISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
nov9 Apalachicola, FIla.
Wylie & MIcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water'street,
Apalachicola.
ALVA WYLIE, s
WM. A. McKENZIE, sepl ly
J. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSIHES, &Vc., &c.
also,
A general assorhnment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONARY, &c., &c.
cot. of Centre & Commerce streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Jolnn II. Hull,
of the late firm of
[N. A. Hardce c; Co., Savannah, Ga.]
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Office, No. 48 Water street,,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
CHAS. A. GREEN, CHAS. CONNERY.
Green & Connery,
"COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 28 Water street,
o14 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
David G. Raney,
COMMISSION & FORWA RDING M ERCIIANT
AND DEALE 11 IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 t1n Apalachicola, Fla.
Dodge & Gardner,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No 40 Water street,
D3 Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
decIS Apalachicola, Fla.
JOEL W. PERRY. WM. C. DICKINsoN.
Perry & Dicliinson,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street-Up stairs,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla,


Francis Koptang,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap fJr Cash,
octi Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.
James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Apalachicola, Fla.
y Office, JNo. 9 Columbus Block.
Br- He would respectfully solicit the patronage
of his friends and acquaintances.
H. M. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
y3- Office, cor. Centre and Water street,
oct261y Apalachicola, Fla.
A. L. Clements,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 23 Water street,
^jp30f Apalachicola, 1'a.


CARDS.

N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUMBUS, &c. &c.


No. 136 Water &S 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.
Edw'd. C. Center & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.Mobile, Ala.
3CU Collections and Remittances promptly at-
tended to.
Refers to-Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne,
oct26 6m Apalachicola, Fla.
Andrew S. Cooke,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
jan15 t1nov Apalachicola, Fla.
SIMEPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, WM. H. WYATT.
Lippincott & Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly


Thomas Bertraum,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS. novel ly
J. W. Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18S Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. novel ly


'Ship Marianna,.............Phillips, Master..
Ship Rienzi.................. Clark, ,
Brig Empire, (new) ..........Lewis. "
Brig Caroline E. Platt,........Rice, "
Brig Virginia,...............Talbot, "
Brig Cayuga,;.............. Bedell,
!Brig Mary,.................Richardson, "
TiHESE vessels being of light draft of water
and'commanded by experienced masters, are
well adapted to the trade, and will sail punctual-
ly as advertised.
W3y All goods forwarded to the subscribers in
New York, will be shipped free of commissions.
POST & PHILLIPS'
68 South street, New York,
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
40 Water st., Apalachicola.
October 1st, 1844. o26y


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LEAM F SUNHINE


LEAM OF SUNSHINE.


BY IIH. W. LONGFELLOW.
This is the place. Stand still my steed,
Let me review the scene,
And summon from the shadowy Past
The forms that once have been.
The Past and Present re-unite
Beneath Time's flowing tide,
Like footprints hidden by a brook,
But seen on either side,


B. Franklin Nourse,)
H. B. Stone,
Hiram W. Brooks. )


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New York, New Orleans and Miscellaneous
ADVERTISEMENTS.

PRINT WAREHOUSE
IN NEW YORK
To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade
by the Piece or Package.
No. 44 Cedar street, near William.
LEE & BREWSTER give notice to
Dealers in DRY GOODS, that they have re-
moved their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED
CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Pearl, to
No. 44 Cedar street. By confining their attention
to PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabled
to exhibit an assortment far suppassing any ever
before offered in America; and to sell at prices as
low, and generally lower, than those whose at-
tention is divided'among a large variety of articles.
The stock consists of several thousand patterns
and colors, embracing every variety of 1AliER-
ICAN AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market;
many styles of which are got up exclusively for
their own sales, and cannott be obtained else-
where, except in second hands.
Dealers in Prints will find it to their interest
to call and examine this stock, before making
purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they will
have the advantage of learning the lowest market
price, and comparing all the most desirable and
fashionable styles in market, side by side.
h Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every
variation of the market, are placed in the hands
of buyers. oct7 tfn
Commission Business.
New York, March 12th, 1844.
CG- WITH a knowledge of business derived
from an experience of more than twenty years in
Commercial and other business pursuit's, and good
facilities, the undersigned tender their services,
as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur-
chase and sale of (all kinds of Produce, and For-
eign and Domestic Goods.
Their business will be conducted upon estab-
lished principles, and with a view to prompt re-
turns for all sales effected, and answers to all
orders with which they may be favored.
Bills of Exchange drawn against shipments of
Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on
receipt of Invoice and Bill Lading, or by special
agreement for funds at maturity, with advices of
responsibility of drawers.
FOWLE, DE COIN & CO.,
mar30 6m 78 Pearl street.
"BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS
Those. M. Doyle & Co.
SHIP CLIANDLERS & GROCERS,
Nos. 2 & 4 D)elord street, corner of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natchez street3
N. ORLEANS.

W WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and
Window Glass, &c. Will keel) constantly on
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows :
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2;
White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;
Green and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orange do;
FINE COLORS :-Ultamarine and Cobalt;
Yellow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; English do;
Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green ;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
Sash Tools from No. 1 to S; Badger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filehers, flat and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, iI and 1I in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do;
Whitewash and Mop (1o;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of
French, English and American.
ry Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steamn Boats,
Shipping and Plantation use; together with a
variety of article in the Painting line, too num-
erous to mention. )y6 ly


NEW YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKETS.


Regular Packet Line.
Ship Martha Washington,... J J Doane, master.
Ship Floridian,... .........Win. Pratt, "
Ship Uncas,................P W Latham, "
Ship Emblem,.............A L Dyer, "
Brig Manhattan,...........W H Doane, "
Brig Ann Eliza,............W C Park, "
Brig Metamora,............ H Ashley, "
r HESE vessels are of light draft of water,
i built expressly for the trade, of the best ma-
terials, copper fastened and coppered, with hand-
some accommodations, and will sail punctually
as advertised. When the day of sailing falls on
Sunday, the ships will sail on the Monday follow-
ing. The price of passage is $10, without liquors.
gT- All goods forwarded to the subscribers, at
New York, will be shipped free 'of commission.
E. D. HURLBUT & CO.,
8i South st., N. Y., or,
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
sep3 416 Water st., Apal'a.


CARDS.

Mlichlael A. IMyers,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
ME RC HANT.
No. 30 Water street,
nov5 Apalachirola, Fla.
HI. R. Wood,
AUCTIONEER,
Corner of Water and Centre streets.
q.- The subscriber having taken that very pro-
minent stand, corner of Centre and Water streets,
is prepared to attend faithfully and promptly to any
business intrusted to his care. nov5
T. H. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 43 Water street-Up stairs.
Apalachicola, Fla.
8 Liberal advances made on Cotton, consigned
to our friends in New York. nov16
B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
Chester McGriff,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Water street.
C-. Office, up stairs-Entrance on Chestnut st.
nov16 Apalachicola, Fla.
Stephen T. Skillman,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
also,
JAgent for the
CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE CO.,
of the City of New York.
No. 33 Water street-Up stairs.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
E. B. Whitinarsh,
(formerly Whitmarsh 48 Richardson,)
Dealer in
W. 1. GOODS, GROCERIES, CONFECTION-
ARY, VEGETABLES, &c., &.c.,
No. 29, Water street,
nov16 Apalachicola, Fla.
P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE,
fn No. 42 Water street-Up stairs
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla.
Miller .& Co.
DEALERS IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c.
Cor. Water and Chesnut streets,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
Geo. S. Hawkins,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
t- Office-Up stairs,
No. 1 Columbus Block, Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
A. G. Senmmnes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Wi- Office, No. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


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APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1844.


[NUMBER 48.


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Here runs the highway to the town,
There the green lane descends,
Through which I walked to church with thee,
Oh! gentlest of my friends!
The shadow of the linden trees,
Lay moving on the grass;
Between them and the moving boughs,
A shadow, thou didst pass.
Thy dress was like the lilies,
And thy heart as pure as they,
One of God's holy angels
Did walk with me that day.
I saw the branches of the trees
Bend down thy touch to meet,
The clover-blossoms in the grass
Rise up to kiss thy feet.
"Sleep, sleep to-day, tormenting cares,
Of earth and folly born." I
Solemnly sang the village choir
On that sweet Sabbath morn.
Through the closed blinds the golden sun
Poured in a dusty beam,
Like the celestial ladder
Of the ancient patriarch's dream.
And ever and anon, the wind,
Sweet-scented with the hay,
Turned o'er the hymn-book's fluttering leaves,
That on the window lay.
Long was the good man's sermon,
But it seemed not so to me,
For lie spake of RIuth the beautiful,
And still I thought of thee.
Long was the prayer he uttered,
But it seemed not so to me,
For in my heart I prayed with him,
But still I thought of thee.
But now, alas, the place seems changed ;
Thou art no longer here;
Part of the sunshine of the scene
With thee did disappear.
Though thoughts, deep-rooted in my heart,
Like pine trees dark and high,
Subdue the light of noon, and breathe
A low and ceaselss sigh.
This memory brightens o'er the Past,
As when the sun, concealed
Behind some cloud that near us hangs,
Shines on a distant field.

From the Philadelphia Enquirer.
FEUDS AMONG FRIENDS & RELATIVES.
RECONCILIATION.
It is surprising to notice from what trivial
causes serious difficulties will sometimes arise.-
A word, a jest, the hasty expression of a moment,
has, in many instances, broken the friendship of'
years, and been the first cause of a bitter, remorse-
less and undying feud. Alas! for poor human
nature. The prejudices and passions of the heart,
the selfishnesss and malevolence of men, are too
often the sources, not only of unkindness and pain
to others, but of perpetual disquiet and unhappi-
ness to themselves. There are in the world, too,
individuals who appear to take delight in foment-
ing trouble, in increasing misunderstandings, in
widening and imparting additional rancour to
difficulties between friends. These malignant
hypocrites, for they deserve no better appellation,
generally profess to be extremely anxious to ad-
just the trouble, to restore the confidence, and
reconcile thefeelings of the excited. They, how-
ever, at the same time, contrive by an artful
word, or a half admitted insinuation, to embitter
and infuriate both parties, and thus to convert
into little better than fiends, individuals who a
few years, or perhaps a few months before, would
not have hesitated to make any sacrifice for the
assistance ofeach other. It is, moreover, a strange
perversity in many minds, to be unwilling to ac-
knowledge an error or repair a wrong. They are
natural y perverse and d,,i-.l.an.l by some strange
process of reasoning, endeavor to convince them-
selves that they are acting under the influence of
principle and honor, when, in fact, they are gov-
erned by very different motives. "Blessed are the
peace akers!" How very often may a truly be-
nevolent friend, one who really wishes well to
all about him, and to mankind at. large, step in,
and by the exercise of prudence, moderation and
forbeamrnce, reconcile a difficulty. How truly
philan'hropic is the spirit which animates such a
mind How much better thus to heal and adjust,
than, iy a contrary course, to irritate and per-
plex The work of reconciliation is truly Chris-
tian. It is calculated to bring peace to many a
troubled breast, to sooth and give balm to many
an agitated mind and wounded heart-to convert
hatred intolove, harshness into kindness, and to
make Is, by reflection on the past, ashamed of
our m merits of petulance and passion, and anx-
ious tc avoid such errors and imperfections for the
future
WhJt nobler task could an individual be en-
gaged n, than that of bringing together friends
and relatives who had been long separated-sep-
arated too by some trivial cause, by some hasty
word, by someharshexpression or allusion which
at the time was not meant to oflend or wound.-
It is so easy at times, and especially when one is
peevish, fretful and out of humor to imagine in-
sult here nothing of the kind was intended.-
We at, too, have peculiar moods. We have
our h urs of gloom, discontent and dissatisfac-
tion. At such times we are universally sensitive.
The sightest thing will stir us into passion, or
induce us to utter something harsh or complain-
ing. It is at such moments that difficulties are
apt to arise. We cannot bear even ordinary rail-
ing, while the remotest allusion to any offensive
subject or sore point, is at once regarded as an act
of wreng and outrage. This too, we know, and
realize ourselves in our calm and thoughtful
moments. But we lack the nerve to admit the


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error, to take back the harsh expression we may
have used, to profe'r an apology, and to hold out
the hand of reconcilliation. How fatal has this
obstinacy been to the happiness of many A
slight offence, and perhaps one that was never in-
tended has increased with the strength of years,
by the nursing of moody thought, the insinua-
tions and misrepresentations of pretended friends,
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breath, what would have been forgiven promptly
nd generously3 had the first word of atonement
or explanation been uttered', has rankled and
deepened until the fearful feelings of hatred and
evenge have become dark features of our nature,.
Better, far better in every case, where a doubt
exists as to the propriety of our own course, to
stretch out the hand of reconcilliatioh. Better to
forgive once, twice, aye, a dozen times, than
mistake or misapprehend, and on such fatal er-
ror, to foment a deadly and undying enmity. It
has been eloquently and beautifully said, "that
when the veil of Death has been drawn between
us and the objects of ourregard, how quick sight-
ed do we become to their merits, and how bitterly
do we then remember words or looks of unkind-
ness which may have escaped us in our intercourse
with them. How careful should such thoughts
render us in the fulfilment of those offices of af-
fection which it maybe in our power to perform t
for who can tell how soon the moment may ar-
rive when repentance cannot be followed by re-
paration."
A CHILD OF SORROW.
During the late festive season-when those who
thought at all, reflected that, eighteen hundred
and forty-three years ago, the religion of the
heart, bringing peace and good will on earths
came to soften the rigor of the religion of form-
a little girl, not six years old, had been observed
by a lonely lady, sitting day after day on the step
of a door opposite to her house. It seemed to be-.
long to nobody; but at a certain hour there it
was, wrapped in an old shawl, crouched on the
cold stone, and rocking itselfpeDnively backwards
and forwards, more like an ailing old woman than
a child. Other children played around it, but
this melancholy little being mingled not in their
sports, but sat silent and solitary.
Soon afterwards it was seen to peep about the
area of the lady's house, and look wistfully at the
kitchen windows. The lady who was kind to
children, thought that the little girl might be
trying to attract her notice, opened the door sud-
denly, and offered it some ginger-bread. When
the door opened, there was a strange, eager ex-
pression in the child's eyes; but when she saw
I he lady she looked scared and disappointed.-
The kind voice and manner soon re-assured the
startled child, who thankfully took the offering
broke it up into little bits in her hand, and ca.-
ried it to the door-step opposite, where she again
took up her station. Another child, seeing the
gingerbread, came up to the solitary infant, who
gave the new comer some, and, by her gestures
the lady thought that she was informing the other
child whence the gift came. After waiting acon-
siderable time without eating her ginger-breadi
the poor little girl rose dejectedly and Wentaway,
still looking back at the house.
A day or two afterwards, the same child was
seen lingering about the pavement near the areas
and holding out a bit of sugar candy in its tiny
fingers through the rails.
The lady, who thought that thechild was come
to ofler it out of gratitude for the ginger-bread,
went down into the area; but as soon as she ap-
peared, the child ran away. Soon again3 how-
ever, the child was at its old station, the door-step
opposite. The lady had mentioned this to h@e
only female servant as very odd, but received no
observation in reply.
One morning the door was opened to receive a
piece of furniture, and the same child again sud-
denly appeared and advanced stealthily towards
the door. Thelady, who was near, said, "I see
you!" when the child immediately retreated to
her door-step.
"This is very extraordinary," said the lady to
her servant; I cannot make outwhat that child
wants."
"Madam," said the servant, bursting into tears;
"it is my child."
",Your child !-But go bring her in. Where
does she live ?"
With my sister, and she goes to school.
have told her never to come here; but the poor
thing will come every bit of her playtime she
gets. That day you thought she was offering yot
some sugar candy, I had been to the school and
given her a penny; when school was over, she
came to give me a bit of the sugar candy she had
bought. Oh ma'am have mercy,-,forgive me!-
Do not send me away!"
The lady, who had known adversity, and was
not one of those rigidly righteous people who
forget the first principles inctilcated by the diving
Author of the Christian creed, looked grave, it is
true, but did not shrink from the lowly sinner as
if she had the plagued although she had become a
mother before sie had been made a wife, by the
hay cavalier who had deceived and forsaken hers
Nor did she turn her out upon the wide world
io the virtuous sternness of her indignation. To
the great horror of some of her neighbors, she
ti,,tl her servant that the child might come to see
her every Sunday, beginning with the next.-
When the child, who was no longer the moping
creature which it had been before it was admitted
to the mother, heard this, she immediately and
anxiously inquired, "How many days and nights
is it to Sunday ?"
Some may sneer at this: to me there is some-
thing painfully affecting in the quiet3 subdued
demeanor of this offspring of shame, timidly
watching to obtain a glimpse of her who had
borne it, an age when happier children are never
without those greatest of enjoyments, the caresses
of a mother. Think of the misery of this poor
child, driven, from the mere instinct of longing
for its parent, to the staid demeanor of age, whilst
the other merry little ones were sporting around
it. Think what she must have suffered as she


gazed, day after day, at the frowning door, that
shut out more than all the world's value to her.
Think of the suffering mother dreading to loses
with her place and character the means of sup-
porting her hapless, prematurely old infant.-
Oh man, man, thou hast much to answer for !
A white man, says the Picayune, of the name
of Brown, and a black man by the name of
White, lately attacked a man on the levee, by the
name of Green. After a hard tussel, the ag-
grieved party lashed the black man White, and
licked the white man Brown.

Forgiveness.-A deaf and dumb person being
asked what is forgiveness took a pencil, and
wrote a reply containing a volume of the most ex-
quisite poetry, and deep truth, in these words-
" It is the odor which flowers yield when tram-
pled uponI"













APALACHICULA, SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 184.


COMlERCIAL ADVETIER.TIS


THE NEXT PRESIDENT.


The story is ere this told, and although w
have not received full returns of the election
we presume that sufficient information is at hand
to argue confidently that JAMES K. POLK an
GEORGE M. DALLAS hold the strings of Govern
ment for the next four years. Whether they
will so direct and manage the many delicate ques
tions, now agitating the public mind, as to con
duce to the prosperity of the government; o
whether, elated with success, they will disregard
the public will, as it may from time to time be
manifested, and seek only for a continuation o
power, time alone can determine. We, at least
will not attempt to prophesy. Our only business
in this matter will be to hope that the friends o
the administration may 'verify their predictions
and that its opponents may prove false prophets
In the bitterness of a highly excited party can-
vass, much has been said on either side, that de-
tracts from the dignity of the country, and in the
eyes of foreign powers must render questionably
the stability of our institutions. An unbiassed
reader, forming his opinions wholly from the
sentiments emanating from the ultra presses,
whether whig or democrat, would suppose that
with the elevation of either candidate, the last
anthem to liberty would be sung. But we opine
differently-our confidence in republican institu-
tions, in the patriotism of our people, and the
leaders, both whig and democratic, give us the
assurance that the area of Freedom, if not ex-
tended, would at least not have been circum-
scribed a single inch under any result that could
have occurred. We have watched the course of
HENRY CLAY, through weal and through woe,
as the public servant and the private citizen-in
every situation we have found him alike the pat-
riot and statesman, and we have no fear of oerstep-
ping our neutrality by saying, that even now, in
his defeat, when party rancor shall have been
quelled, there is not a man, woman or child, who
has learned to appreciate the rich heritage of a
claim, now or hereafter, to the name of an Ame-
rican citizen, whose heartstrings will not virbrate
with a livelier pulse at each mention of that
time-honored name. HENRY CLAY is one of
America's jewels, among the brightest of her
diadem, and if he is not elected to the Presi-
dency, it is not for want of ability or political
honesty, but because he has openly opposed the
principles of the dominant party. The demo-
cracy of the country, doubtless with equal zeal,
sincerity and devotedness to the interest of the
whole, deem the measures advocated by thelwhig
party and Mr. CLAY, as their leader, as subver-
sive of the general welfare. Hence, in these
convictions, they have elevated JAMES K. POLK
to the Presidency, a gentleman of high order of
talents, a private character irreproachable, and a
devotion to republican principles unimpeachable.
As we said in the beginning, so say we now,
time alone can determine whether the verdict of
the people has been a righteous one. We trust
it will prove so. In whatever hands the govern-
ment may be placed, we hope to see it well ad-
ministered, and in the late contest we feel well
assured that there was too much intelligence and
patriotism, on either side, to leave upon any, but
a diseased mind, the slightest apprehension of the
country's ruin.

W- The New York Tribune states the value
of foreign merchandize imported into that city,
from Jan. 1 to Nov 1, 1844, a period of ten
months, to be $69,872,305: of which .'.863,-
645 were duitable goods, and $10,008,660 not du-
tiable.

The Mexican Frigates.-These frigates so
long in the harbor of New York, are shortly to
sail, Captain Espino having returned from Vera
Cruz with the money to pay for their repairs.-
Commodore Moore, of Texas, is in New York
and intends, if possible, to capture the frigates
when they leave our waters.


Black Tongue.-This dangerous disease is
quite prevalent about four miles from Cincinnati,
at Cummingsville and vicinity. A number of
deaths have occurred from it.

A Sensible remark.-Mr. Stuart, of the Charles-
ton Mercury, in noticing the withdrawal of Mr.
Yeadon from the Editorship of the Courier, says :
"Any man who would be an Editor, when he
could be anything else, has a most unnatural taste
for aloes and rhubarb !"

The Church of Rome.-It is stated that in
the Church of Rome, throughout the world,
there are now 147 archbishops, 584 bishops, 71
vicars apostolical, 9 prefects, and 200,000,000


members.
Comfort for the Millerites.-Fourier said that
the world would not be destroyed until 73,000
years more had passed away.

Thanksgiving.-Governor Fenner of Rhode
Island, has set aside the 2Sth of the present, and
Governor Bouck, of New York, the 12th day of
December next, as a day of thanksgiving and
prayer.

Queen Victoria in Ireland.-It is rumored that
the Queen of England intends visiting Dublin
during the present month.
Jlppointment by the President.-Jas. J. Wright,
of Ohio, to be consul of the United States for the
port of Saint Jago de Cuba, in the place of Mich-
ael Mahon, deceased.
1 j- Delaware has chosen a Whig Legislature,
which secures a Whig U. S. Senator from that
State.


THE ELECTION.
The returns of the Election come in very slow-
ly. We give below, however, the full returns for
Senators from the several districts with the ex-
ception of the West, and a list, as far as we have
received ,them, of the Representatives to the
Council, from the several counties. There are


eight counties yet to hear from.
SENATORS.
Western District.*


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W( The St. Louis Republican says that the
story of the killing of ten United States Dragoons,
by Sonseeton Indians, on the upper Mississippi,
has nothing of probability about it.


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There are four senators chosen in this district,
and it is not known positively as vet, whether
Col. Sam'1 C Bellamy, (whig) of Jackson, or Col.
R J Floyd, (dem) of this (Franklin) county, is
elected. Our latest intelligence, (unofficial) give
t Floyd, two votes majority.
K REPRESENTATIVES.
Western District.
Whig. Dem's.
Escambia County-F E de LaRua,. ..1
Walton-Alex Turner,............. 1
Santa Rosa-John Wilkinson, .. ... 1
Washington-Jas M Long ........... 1
Jackson-A H Bush and J Chapman,. 2
Calhoun-Joel Porter,.............. 1
Franklin-Dr. S W Spencer,........ 1
Middle District.
Gadsden-A K Allison & I Ferguson,. 2
Leon-Gen. Thos Brown, Dr. Jas H
Randolph & Alex Cromartie,. .3
Jefferson-Thos J Heir and Jno L
Taylor ..................... 2
Madison-Mays ...... (Independent)
Hamilton-Ivey....................
Waukulla-Nathaniel Walker....... 1
Eastern District.
St. Johns-W A Forward & Wm W
Loring,...................... 2
Duval-Phillips, (dem) and (Chrich-
ton, (whig) .................i 1
Columbia-No returns.
Alachua- do.
Nassau- do.
Musquitto- do
Benton- do
Hillsborough- do
Marion- do
St. Lucie-No representatative.
Southern District.
Monroe-Alex Patterson,...........1
Dade-John P Baldwin............. 1
11 1 2
/1 Steamer Propelled by a Fan.-We learn
from the English papers that a boat constructed
on the principle of a fan" propeller has been
launched at Greenwich, and a very successful ex-
perimental trip performed in her. The boat is
named the Mystery-is of about fifty tons burthen
and twenty horse power. The engines are fixed
lengthways in the vessel. The propeller is simi-
larly constructed to the fan of a windmill, and,
like the screw, is fixed to ihe stern. It posses-
ses a twofold action-one perpendicular, which
regulates her speed, and the other horizontal,
which describes half a circle, and regulates her
steerage.
This latter action of the" fan" is of such power
the while it supersedes the use ofa rudder, it can
wheel the boat ronnd as if she moved upon a pi-
vot, and continue to spin her round and round
like a top, without making head or stern way,
except what little the tide or wind may eflet.
This peculiar action of the fan" can be attached
to any sailing vessels, from a line-of-battle ship
down to a collier, and can be worked by hands, to-
tally unconnectyd with steam, It power, thou-gh
not so great as when worked by steam, is such
that it would enable a ship of the line to bring
both her broadsides to bear against an enemy in
about two minutes.-NV. Y. Com. .nv.

,New York .Money .Market, Specie, S&c.-The
Tribune of the 8th says:-" The Great Western
will take to morrow about half a million. The
Victoria for London had $100,000 in American
halves, and $27,800 in gold and silver, together
$127,S00. The Havre packet Baltimore takes
something over $100,000, and the Independence
$150,000 in gold. These shipments of specie and
the prospect that more will go have alarmed some
of the Wall-street operators, and this has added
to panic occasioned by the political intelligence.
Money is scarcely so easy as during the last few
months, and loans are made at 5 a 6 per cent. We
could only hear of one case where a loan was
made at 4.. The Banks are not contracting to
any extent, but are using the present position of
affairs to raise the rate of interest. 300,00o Mexi-
can dollars are daily expected here, part of the
Mexican indemnification money."

31 ANovel Bet.-A capital illustration of the
'heads 1 win, and tails you lose' principal, is
found in the proposition of the Yankee girl to bet
on Polk's election with any respectable good look-
ing young man, on the following terms:-' The
stakes shall be the parties: if Polk is elected, I
win, and marry the gentleman who bets againts
me; if hlie is notlelected, the gentleman wins and
marries me.' We should not be surprised if some
who have hazarded large sums of money in the
present contest, should wish in the end they had
staked their persons provided decently good look-
ing gals were the winners. [c.

Truth.-The inquiry of truth, which is the
love making or wooing of it-the knowledge of
truth, which is the presence of it-and the be-
lief of truth, which is the enjoying of it-is the
sovereign good of human nature. The first cre-
ation of God in the work of the days was light
of sense-the last was light of reason-and his
sabbath work ever since is the illustration of his
spirit. First he breathed light into the face of
man;and still he breathes and inspires light into
the face of his chosen. Certainly it is heaven
upon earth to have a man's mind move in charity,
rest in providence, and turn upon the poles of
truth.-Bacon.


FUR CAPS.-A choice assortment of Otter,
Seal and Muskrat Caps, for sale low by
B ELLISON & CO.,
nov23 33 Water street.


B EEF, MACKEREL, CODFISH, &c.
10 half bbls Fulton Market Beef;
10 half and 20 qr bbls No. 1 Mackerel;
10 do No. 2 Mackerel; 10 kits Salmon;
25 half and qr bbls Connecticut River Shad;
25 boxes Codfish, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
nov23 40 Water street.


Middle Dlstrict.
Jas M Gilchrist, of Gadsden.........
Thomas Baltzell, of Leon,..........
Wm D Mosely, of Jefferson,.........
J B Richardson, of Madison,........
A G Johnson, of Hamilton,.........
Eastern District.
Isaiah D Hart, of Duval,............ I
Jesse Carter, of Columbia,..........
Benj A Putman, of St. Johns'........ I
Sohn Broward, of Duval,............
Southern District.
Temple Pent, of Monroe,........... 1
Geo W Macrea, do. ...........


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Part of which
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For sal(
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W0 boxes fresh Lemons, now land-
by J DAY & CO.,
52 Water street.


on Consignment, for

STONE & CO.,
46 Water street.


sacks Salt,
Cash, by
NURSE,


Best HAVANA SEGARS;
/Havana and Rio Coffee,


ns Sugar; Corn in Sacks;
pd Western Flour, &c., &c.
has just been received per steam-
and the balance daily expected
ans, per Schr. Relief.
by L C LeBARON,
30 Water street.


Tailoring Establisliment.
T HE subscriber, having just arrived from New
York, witl a splendid stock of Cloths, Cas-
simeres, Vestirgs, &c., of the most fashionable
styles, which ie is prepared to make up in the
most fashionable manner, and at such prices that
will give satisfa'-tion to his customers. The busi-
ness will be under the entire management of
WM. C. LAWRENCE, who is well known as a
person that is fully competent to suit the taste of
the most fastidious, from his long experience in
this business. I'shall continue to -keep a first
rate assortment of Goods for Garments, together
with an assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs,
Shirts, Stocks, &c., to fit out a gentleman's ward
robe, and shall use every exertion to give satisfac-
tion, that will make it an inducement for those
favoring me with their custom to continue to
do so. R. STEENBERGH.
Apalachicola, Oct. 26, 1844.


WWhigs. Dem's
Walker Anderson, of Escambia, ...... 1
Dr. N A Long, of Jacksoni.......... 1
Wm W J Kelly, of Escambia,.......1


LATE FROM MEXICO.
The schooner Creole arrived at New Orleans
on the 4th instant, with the following intelligence
from Vera Cruz, for which we are indebted to
the New Orleans Picayune. The C. sailed from
Vera Cruz on the 22d ultimo. She brought over
a large number of passengers: the greater pro-
portion of whom are tha late Perote prisoners.a-
Below will be found a list of their names, fur-
nished by one of the number. Three seamen
came in the Creole, saved from the ship Eliza-
beth, from Liverpool to New Orleans, wrecked
off the South coast of Cuba.
For the information of their friends, we give
the names of those who have been left behind in
Mexico:-D F Barney, Daniel Davis, Charles
McLaughlin, William Winne, T Parker, jr., Wm
M Shepperd, William H Moore, James Wilson,
Wm Atwood, Adam Masier, Theodore D Mal-
they, left sick in Puebla.
We learn that no new measure had been taken
for the renewal of the war against Texas. The
espousals of Santa Anna and his new bride were
celebrated in truly royal style-by proxy-he be-
ing upon his estate of Mango de Clavo, and the
lady in the city of Mexico.
Poor Navarro's case is represented as most des-
perate, it being Santa Anna's apparent intention
to retain him in confinement for life.
The following is a list of tne names of the
Texan prisoners released on the 16th September
by the Mexican Government, and arrived in the
American schooner Creole:
Col. William S. Fisher, Capt. J. G. W. Pear-
son, Capt. J. R. Baker, Capl. Claudius Buster,
Quarter Master F. M. Gibson, Lieut. Win. A.
Clopton, Lieut. A. A. Lee, Lieut. F. VW. Dotg-
lass. Privates:-S. C. Lyons, John Harvy, G.
Lord, James Young, Johin McGinley, L. l). F.
Edwards, G. R. Brush, Win. H. H. Friendsley,
A. D. Headenburg, Wm Gibson, S. A. Barney,
P. M. Bowman, Wm. K. Davis, E. H. Pitts,
Henry Journeay, T. W. Bell, J. H. Livergood,
Francis Arthur, G. W. Trahern, R. W. Turner,
A. S. Shurman, Matthew Alexander, A. Arm-
strong. G. W. Clark, Isaac Zurnwalt, W. Van-
dike, John Brannam, James Peacock, John Mills,
Lawson Mills, Wilis C(peland, Win. H. Tellers,
Mark Rogers, B. Z. Bobne, John Toopes, John
Tanney, J. R. Runnion, Samuel McFall, R. P.
Boswell, J. A. Glasscock, Jacob llumphries, Jas.
Calvert, Levi Williams, J. D. McCutcheon, D.
Overton, Thomas Davis, J. B. Berry, T. J. Sen-
sibaugh, F. Whitehiiurst, C. S. Kelley, E. B.
Jackson, William Kaigler, 1. V. Morel, F. W.
T. Harrison, William Middleton. R. B. King, A
J. Rowark, John McMullen, T. R. Nelson, A.
Matthews, Henry Muller, D. C. Sullivan, F.
Crubbs, Charles Hensley, John Hoffer, F. White,
E. Willoughby. G. N. Downs, M. P. Pilley,
John Sweazy, Frances Riley, P. M. Mosewe l,
G. Lewis, P. A. Ackerman, William Sargeant,
William Davies, Henry Woodland, JamesNeely,
R. Brown, H. II. Oats, T. A. Thompson. A. B.
Hanner, S. Goodman, E. Smith, D.`'l. Van-
veghten, David II. Beesely, II. II. Roberts,
Henry Bridger, DavidAllen, W. E. Million, Wm.
Dunbar, J. T. Dillon, J. D. Watkins, John Sans-
berry, A. W. Alexander, G. W. Bush, John
Lacy.
The New Orleans Bulletin says:-We learn by
this arrival, that a very large amount of ammunim-
tion has been already received at Vera Cruz, prin-
cipally from England, preparatory to an invasion
of Texas. The army destined for the same pur-
pose was slowly increasing by forced recruits.-
Two new vessels of war, it is also stated, are
building in England for the Mexican navy. It was
not believed, however, that any demonstration
would be made until spring. Santa Anna had had
a triumphal progress, with his bride, from the cap-
ital to his haciendo, near Vera Cruz.
Thrilling Oratory.-They have some very
brave orators in hoosierdom ; that fact there is no
disputing, if we admit that the reporters translate
them aright, and of course they don't do anything
else," ax the following specimen of lofty and
burning eloquence will testify:-
"Americans! This is a great- country-wide-
vast-and in the southwest, unlimited. Our Re-
public is yet distined to re-annex all S. Ameri-
ca-to occupy the Russian possession, and again
to recover possession of those British provinces,
which the prowess of the old tilirteen colonies
won from the French on the plains of Abraham !
all rightfully ours to re-occupy. Ours is a great
and growing country. Faneuil Hail was its Cra-
dle!-but whar-whar will be found timber
enough forf its coffin ? Scoop all the water out of
the Atlantic Ocean, and its bed would not
afford a grave sufficient for its corpse. And yet
America has scarcely grown out of the gristle of
boyhood. Europe? What is Europe ? She is no
whar: nothing; a circumstance; a cypher; a mere
obsolete idea. We have faster steamboats, swif-
ter locomotives, larger creeks, bigger plantations,
better mill privileges, broader lakes, higher moun-
tains, deeper cataracts, louder thunder, forkeder
lightning, braver men, handsomer women and
more money than England dar have! [Thun-
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PASSENGERS.
Per ship Tuskmna-B S Hawley, lady, child and
servant, Mrs E J Wood, Messrs H McKay, M D
Avery, E B Ballou, J L Fitch, C W Wordin, C:
Gray, W T Wood, J N Cummings, J Foster, W
A Wood, C S Russell, Rev C Dickinson, D Rus-
sell, A Parker.
Per bark Rolla--W G Porter, lady, child and
servant, C A Green and lady. Miss Leland, Rev
A B Hart, Rev Mr Perry, R Crane, J Downer, N
C Robbins, WV R Ruan, and 5 in the steerage.
Per ship Florence-WV S Demarel, lady, child
and servant, and 8 in the steerage.
Per steamer Champion-Mrs J C Cadwallader,
Mrs Duncan, A D McBride, C Gardner, Lea, G
Geese, Sayler, and 6 on deck.
Per steamer SirenuA T Bennett, Plumer, and
Wells.
Per steamer Lowell-S H Hartshorne, lady and
child, S Cassin and lady, H Hubbard.
Per steamer Charleston-H B Stone, W Rich-
ardson, Stevens.
Per steamer Siren-Mr Dusenbury, J G Ruan,
T Orman, Gibson, Singletary.
Per steamer Oconee-H W Brooks and lady,
Mrs Patrick, J Partridge, Rutherford, S L Solo-
mon.
IMPORTS.
NEW YORK-Per ship Flovence-219 bars
iron, 102 pkgs mdze, to Lockhart & Young; 10X)
W T Wood; 797 bars iron, 528 pes castings, 768
pkgs mdze Nourse, Stone & Co; 5 S B Hamilion;
153 W S Demarel; 142 Harper & Holmes; 5 Perry
SDickinson; 2 J Day & Co; 15 Wylie & McKen.
zie; 11 McKay & -Hartshorne; 74 H R Taylor; 5
T H & C H1 Austin; 1 G F Baltzell; 2 S Schifier;
19 D B Wood & Co; 11 Green & Connery; 10 W
A & P C Kain; 2 A Downer.
Per bark Rolla-620 bars iron, 880 castings, 469
pkgs mdze W G Porter & Co; 36 McKay & Harts-
horne; 58 T L Mitchel; 95 D B Wood &7 Co; 327
bars iron, 542 pcs castings; 631 pkgs mdze Green
& Connery; 205 W A Wood; 11 Kimbrough &
Ridgway; 3 Perry & Dickinson; 37 H R Taylor;
5 B S Hawley; 89 Nourse, Stone & Co; 175 S
Schiffer; 3 J Ort; 80 Lockhart & Young; 335 bars
iron, 214 pkgs ndze Harper & Holmes; 472 J Day
& Co.
Per schr Octavia-208 pcs castings, 141 bars iron
338 pkgs mdze McKay & Hartshorne; 9 Nourse,
Stone Vs Co; 107 W G Porter & Co; 87 pcs cast-
ings, 68 pkgs mdze Wylie & McKenzie; 2H It
Taylor; 217 bars iron, 65 ptgs mdze KimbrouglS&c
Ridgway; 1 T H & C H Austin, 30 T L Mitchel-
135 bars iron, 73 pkgs mdze Harper & Holmes; 16
Green & Connery; 41 B Ellison & Co; 257 WV A
Wood; 146 S Schiffer; 25 J Day c Co; 1 S V
Fairchild; 290 pes castings, 169 pkgs mdze Roberts,
Allen & Co; 11 P Hobart; 40to order. ,
Per ship Tuskina-73 pkgs mdze to McKay &
Hartshorne; 4 W G Porter & Co; 121 Harper &
HIolmes; 38 Lockhart & Young; 201 Nourse,
Stone & Co; 21 Hill, Dawson & Co; '18 J Day &
Co; 36 V A Wood; 3 N Seymour; 1 F Kopman;
125 Roberts, Allen & Co; 71 H1 McKay; 93 Avery
& Jones; 166 B S Hawley; 158 Wylie & McKen-
zie; 4811 R Taylor: 2 W A & P C Kain; 22 Perry
& Dickinson; 13 C Gray; 3 T E Greenwood. 1 T
H & C H Austin; 10 Jos Foster; I J Schrotd; 5
Miller & Co; 6 Fitch & Wordin; 14 order.
NEW ORLEANS-Per steamer Champion-
80 pcs bagging, 3 pkgs mdze Iarper & Holmes;
20 Lockhart & Young; 2 H R Taylor; 10 pes bag-
ging; 10 coils rope B S Hawley; 16 pkgs mdze R
. Moses; 18 Dodge & Gardner; 8 M Sayler; 8 C
Geese; 460 A D McBride; 180 order.

RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per steamer Siren-12 bxs tobacco, 6 bales cot-
ton T Preston, 14 B S Hawley, 5 bxs tobacco to
order.
Per steamer Charleston-289 bales cotton to
McKay & IHartshorne, 90 Lockhart & Young, 74
Perry & Dickinson, 69 W G Porter & Go, 58 Wy-
lie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Lowell-497 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co, 29 McKay & Hartshorne, 14 Wylie
& McKenzie.
Per steamer Siren-55 bxs tobacco T Preston,
12 bales cotton T H & C H Austin.
Per steamer Oconee-303 bales cotton, D B
Wood & Co, 115 E P Butts, 60 Hill, Dawson &
Co, 46 J B Hill & Co, 100 Nourse, Stone & Co,
26 McKay & Hartshorne.
Per barge Flat Shoals-60 bales cotton to J Day
k Co.


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J signment, 100 boxes New Bedford Spermr
Candles, for sale low for cash, by
WM T WOOD,
nov23 33 Water street-Up stairs,


City Council Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER,
Thursday Evening, Nov. 14th, 1844
Council met this evening. Present, David G.
Raney, Mayor; Councilmen Babcock, Roberts,
Farrior, Clements and Simmons.
The Minutes of the last meeting were read and
approved. The Clerk reported the returns of the
Harbor Master and Weigh Masters Hughes, Fos-
ter and Shepherd, for the month of October last,
which were read and ordered on file.
Mr. Farrior presented the bill of W. Valleau,
City Clerk arid Treasurer for two quarters salary-
which was passed and allowed at $200 00.
He also presented the bill of C. Thigpen for
one quarter's salary, to 22d September last, as
City Marshal, which was passed and allowed at
$100 00.
He also presented the bill of Cornelius Grady
for repairing Engine House, which waspassed and
allowed at $65 00.
The Mayor presented his two accounts for two
quarter's salary up to the 1st October, which were
passed and allowed at $62 50 each.
Ie also presented his bill for Lumber amount-
ing to $10, which was referred to Committee on
Claims.
He also presented the certificate of H. F. Sim-
mons, Chairman of Committee on Improvements,
that John Cnnningham is entitled to $34 for clean-
ing offland removing the logs, rubbish, &c., on
the beach and from the south end of Commerce
street, which was referred to Committee on Claims.
Also an order of Committee on Streets on the
Treasurer for $10, on account of labor done in
grading Centre street, which was referred to Com-
mittee on Claims
Mr. Farrior presented the bill of A. Hancock
for $147 62, which was referred to Committee on
Claims.
HIe also presented the bill of C. Grady for
1. 15 SO, which was referred to Committee on
Claims.
Hte also presented the receipt of Committee on
Streets, for 40 Cypress posts, for' the use of the
city, received from John Gilmore at 75 centseach,
which was also referred to Committee on Claims.
An application was received from the Apalachi-
cola Temperance Society, requesting the use of
the Council Chamber on Friday evenings, which
was read by the Clerk, and on motion otf Mr. Ro-
berts, seconded by Mr. Farrior, said request was
granted,
On motion, the Council then adjourned.


MA-RINE_ INELLIGENC,*.

PORT OF APALACHICOLA..... Nov. 23.

CLEARED.
Schr Cornelia, Stark, for St Marks.


AR RIVED.
Ship Tuskina, Williams, from New York, to
Nourse, Stone & Co.
Ship Florence, Leach, fin N York, to Master.
Bark Rolla, Giberson, fim New York, to W G
Porter & Co.
Bark Russia, Larrabee, fin Bath, Me, to D B
Wood & Co.
Schr Octavia, Churchill, fin N York, to McKay
& Hartshorne.
Schr Cornelia, Stark, frm N Orleans, to Master.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm N Orleans.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Lowell, Moore, fm Columbus.
Steamer Siren, Van Veghten, fm Browns Ferry.
Steamer Oconee, Greer, from Columbus.
Barge Flat Shoals, fin Marianna.
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Tuskina, Williams, 42) tons, freight or charter-
Noirse, Stone & Co.
Florence, Leach, 267 tons, discharging--Master.
1ATRC)TTES.
Collossus, McDonald, 399 tons, Liverpool-J Day
& tCo.
Russia, Larrabee, 330 tons, Boston, loading-D B
Wood & Co.
Rolla, Gibeison; 248 tons, Boston-W G Porter
&- Co.
Metamora, Ashby, 195 tons, New York-B Elli-
son at C'o
W L Jones, Tyler, 220 tons, New York-Harper
&S Holmies.
Manhattan, Doane, 146 tons, New York-Nourse,
Stone & Co.
Paragon, Bravton, 240 tons, freight or charter-T
L Mitchel.
Empire, Lewis, 219 tons, New York-McKay &
IHartahorne.
SCHiOONERS.
Octavia, Churchill, 147 tons, N Orleans-McKay
& IIartshorne.
Christina, G.-.'f. 59 tons, freight or charter-
.Master.


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'AMILY GROCERIES, &c., &c.-AVERY &
JONES, No. 241 Water street, have just open-
ed, a largp assortment of Family Groceries, Do-
mestics, Prints, Boots, Shoes, &c., which they
offer for sale on reasonable terms nov'23


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public.


p ORK, MACKEREL, &c., &c.
5 bbIs No. 1 Extra Clear Pork;
20 half and qr do No. 1 Mackerel;
4 cases Lobsters (in 1 & 21b canisters,)
herinetically sealed;
3 do Salmon, do do do.
2 do Sarcines, in whole &. half boxes.
For sale low by
E B WHITMARSH,
nov23 29. Water street.

L UMBER.-"0,000 feet of White Pine boards
and plauk, ending from barque Russia.
For sale by D B WOOD & CO.,
nov23 :', Water street,


Yours truly, &c.,


COMMERCIAL.

COTTON MARKET.
The arrival of several steamers from the in-
terior has imparted a little more life to business
generally and our reported sales of the week,
show some transactions in the cotton trade, the
quality of the new crop which has appeared thus
far is not good-a very small portion ranging
above Middling. The recent arrivals have not
yet been sampled, they are reported to be of bet-
ter quality than the first picking, many parcels
fair and upward. Our classifications are very
rigid this season fully up to the New Orleans
standard. We quote from the sales made-Ordi-
nayy 34 a 4c; Middling 44 a 41; Middling Fair
-Fair-The sales of the week amount to .334
bales, viz:-30 at 4-16; 80 at 44; 16 alt 4; 146
at 4 ; 6 at 47; 47 at 5 cents.
One Freight engagement to Boston at -c. since
our last.

COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand 1st Sept........... 3
Received this week,...........1,862
previously,...........1,326
-- 3,191 bales,
Exported this week............ 000
previously,........ ....457
457 "
Stock on hand inot cleared,.......2,734 "


Sale of a Church Living.-Yesterday the sale
by auction of the important church preferment,
consisting of the advowson, the next presentation
to St. Neots, Suffoblk, took place at the Action
Mart. It was described as being worth twelve
years' purchase, at the sum of 8,000. The an-
nual income was stated to be, after deducting
132. 6s. 8d. for poor rates. &c., 710., in ad-
dition to which the glebe comprised 43 acres, 2
rods and 30 perches of excellent land, with a par-
sonage house. The real income derived from the
commutation, value of the glebe land, and surplice
fees was derived as follows:-from tithes, 780.
10s., glebe land 50., and surplice fees 20.,
which were subject to the deductions above stated.
The living is situated about nine miles from the
market town of Bury of St. Edmund's and five from
Stowmarket, and is known in the immediate lo-
cality, as Rattlesden.' The number of acres is
about 3,200, and the Rev. James Baker, who is 75
years of age, is the incumbent. The property
was put up at 5,000 guineas, and after an anima-
ted competition, was knocked down at 6,600
guineas.-London Sun.

(c- The Waverly.-The new Bowling Alley
attached to this establishment, will be thrown
open on Monday next, those wishing to spend an
odd hour or so, will always find this a pleasant
and agreeable longing place.
lb-. The Shekspeare, under the management.
of Augustus Smith, is now in successful operation

(l- The Hon. John C. Calhoun, Secretary of
State, has returned to Washington from his visit
to South Carolina.


Card.
ON BOARD SHIP TUSKINA,
East Pass, Nov. 17th, 1844.
DEAR SIR :-WE, the undersigned, passengers
on board the Ship Tuskina, from New York to
Apalachicola, beg leave respectfully to tender
our sincere acknowledgements to the Captain and
Officers, for their kind and gentlemanly treatment
during our voyage. We further beg leave to ex-
press our high opinion of their skill and seaman-
ship and respectfully recommend them to the
confidence and patronage of our friends and the


Jos. Foster,
C. S. Russell,
C. W. Wordin,
J. L Fitch,
D. C. Russell,
C. Dickinson,
A. F. Parker,
C. Gray,


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To Capt. Williams and Officers,
nov23 It of Ship Tuskina,


B. S. Hawley,
W. A. Wood,
W. T. Wood,
H. McKay,
J. N. Cummings,
M. B. Avery,
E. B. Ballou,
Thos. Turner,


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BAGGING & ROPE.-
200 pieces heavy Kentucky Bagging ;
30 do India Bagging;
150 coils superior Kentucky Rope;
100 do Manilla do.
Now landing, and for sale by
nov23 J BAY & CO., 52 Water st.


SPLENDID PIANO FORTE!
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.-
^Will be sold on the first Monday in
December next, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
at my store, corner of Water and Centre streets,
a very superior PIANO FORTE, formerly the
property of Mr. E A Ware, sold to satisfy claims
in favor of Raney and Ellison, by agreement-
Original cost $350. HEZ R WOOD,
nov23 3t Auctioneer.


Cabinet Furniture.
P HOBERT, No. 42 Water street-Up stairs;
having just received an assortment of Fur-
niture, consisting of:
Sofas, Sideboards and Beaureaus;
Tables, Secretary's and Bookca';es ;
Wardrobes, Washstands and Bedsteads;
Dressing, Pier and Centre, folding and
Card Tables;
Curl'd Maple fancy and Windsor Chairs ;
Mahogany spring seat Rocking Chairs;
Curi'd maple do, with cane back and seat;
Boston and Fancy Rocking Chairs.
Also, a large assortment of splendid Mahogany
wnd Gilt frame LOOKING GLASSES, all of
which he offers for sale very low, for Cash.
Apalachicola, Nov. 23, 1844.


Boot and Shoe Making.
TI HE subscriber having returned from
j New York, with a large and well se-
t.- A elected stock of leather of all kinds, is
now prepared at his old Stand on Ches-
nut street, near Commerce, to attend to the above
business in all its various branches. French Calf'
Skin Boots and Shoes made to order in the most
fashionable style.
4C He has also on hand a supply of French
Gaiter Boots, Calf Skin Shoesand Slippers, which
he offers for sale as low, if not lower, than any
other house in the city.
nov22 THOMAS CLARK.


SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS.-
Just received a large and general as-
e L.sortment of the following articles :-
Ladies Saddles of various kinds and qualities;
Gents do do do do.
Coach Harness, brass and silver mounted;
Sulkey do do do do.
Waggon and Dray Harness ;
ALSO,
Dray Saddles, Collars, Lines, Harness, Britch-
en, Belly Bands, Hame Straps, Circingles, Girts,
Martingales, Whips, Curb, Snaffle and Dray
Bridles, which he offers for sale at reduced prices
tor CASH ONLY! PETER HOBERT,
nov23 42 Water street-Up stairs.


NEW GOODS!
Wholesale and Retail.
B ELLISON & CO., No. 33 Water street,
offer for sale, a fresh stock of well selected
GOODS, suitable for this Market; among which
:are the following:
Groceries of all descriptions;
Brown and Bleached Domestics;
Latest styles of Printed Calicoes;
Scarlet and White Fianncls;
Canton Flannels ; 6-4 Sheeting;
Mouslin de Laines; Irish Linens ;
Swiss Muslin and Cambric Checks;
Gimp Edging, assorted colors ; Gloves;
Merino Undershirts and Drawers;
Hosiery ; White and strained Shirts;
French Dimity ; Lace Muslins ;
English and French Ginghams ;
Damask Table Cloths and Napkins ;
Scotch and Russia Diaper ;
Superior Ticks; Cloths and Cassimeres;
Fancy Vestings; Soaps and Perfumery;
Shell, Horn and Ivory Combs;
Fine Silk and Nutria Hats ;
Silk, Velvet and Cloth Caps;
Hair, Seal and Sealett Caps ;
Kip Brogans; Russet do ;
Boy's sewed and pegged Brogans
Ladies' fine Kid and Calf Shoes ;
Gent's fine and coarse Boots ;
A full assor't of table and pocket Cutlery;
Feather Fly Dusters; Green Blinds;
Hemp and Cotton Seine Twine;
Looking Glasses, assorted;
Wood Ware of all descriptions;
Crockery and Glass Ware ;
Transparent Window Shades;
Saddles, Bridles and Saddle Bags;
Tin Ware of all descriptions,
Together with the above, and a variety of oth-
tr articles too numerous to mention. Merchants
and planters from the country are invited to call
and examine, before purchasing elsewhere. nov23

BARGAINS! BARGAINS!!
NEW GOODS!
T HE subscriber begs leave to inform the citi-
zens of Apalachicola, and the Planters of the
Interior in general, that he is now opening a well
selected lot of FANCY DRY GOODS; direct
from New York, which he is determined to sell
Cheaper than the Cheapest for Cash! The
store is situated on Chestnut street, next door to
the house known as the "Georgia and Alabama
House," the following articles to wit:-
Cloth and Cassimeres;
Gents black Cravats and i...; -
BIk and blue blk Bombazines and Allapaca ;
Cashmere de Cossa, of the finest quality and
latest patterns;
Muslin de lain, do do :
A few very choice rich fig'd Silks, for dresses;
A large and elegant assortment of Shawls, at
prices to suit the times; 5
A variety of Laces and lisle thread edging, frorn
4 to 25 cents per yard ;
Hosiery of all description, from 12 to 50 per pair
A large assortment of Ribbons, of the latest
style, and of the brightest colors;
A large variety of fashionable prints.
Also, a great variety of other Goods, such as
Ladies ties, Bonnet flowers, Jaconet and Swiss
Muslin, Jaconet edging and insertings, Umbrellas,
Sattinets, Kentucky Jeans, Tickings, Flannels,
Brown and bleached Shirtings; Ladies and Gents
sewed and pegg'd shoes, Negro Brogans, &c.
Ladies and Gentlemen, purchasing Goods will
find it to their advantage to call and examine for
themselves before purchasing elsewhere,
C. GRAY.
Apalachicola, Nov. 23, 1844.-2m
NOTICE.-All persons having claims against
AMORY ROGERS, late of Franklin county,
deceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed by law
or this notice will be plead in bar of their re-
covery; and all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment.
B T CARO, Administrator.
Apalachicola, Nov. 20th, 1S144. n23 6w


MERCHANT,
No. 30 Water street, Apalachicola, Fa.


O- Will make liberal advances on consignments
of Cotton to his friends in Havre, Marseilles,
Liverpool, New York, or Charleston. n23


Wm. T. Wood,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 33 Water street,


nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.
Leonard C. LeBaron,
WHOLESALE GROCER
and
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 3V Water street,


nov23


Apalachicola, Fla.


W. G. MI. avis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Capt. Simmon's Buildings, cor. of Centre
and Commerce sts.-Up stairs.
Will continue, as usual, to practice law in
the Superior Court; his duties as Judge of the
County Court, does not interfere with his prac-
tice as an Attorney and Counsellor. nov23


Avery & Jones,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS,
No. 24 Water street.
nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.
Win. It. Kimbro glih& Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 9'4 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.
T IIE undersigned, successors to KIMBROUGH
& RIDGWAY, will continue business in this
city, at their old stand,, under the above name.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore ex-
tended to us, we again offer our services to our
friends, and by strict attention and low charges,
we hope to receive a full share of business in our
line.
advances will be made by I. J. Ridgway on
Cotton consigned to us for sale. Also the usual
advances made on Cotton for shipment.
WM. H. KIMBROUGH,
H. B. KIMBROUGH.
Apalachicola, Nov. 20, lS44. n.'.


H. a W. Wood,
CITY WEIGHER,
(- Office, cor Centre and Water streets.
'.. -'. ; Apalachicola, Fla.


The subscriber will keep'
through the season, a good supply of WEST IN-
DIA and WESTERN PRODUCE, of the best
kind, which he offers to the people, at fair prices,
at wholesale only. L C LeBARON, "
nov.23 30 Water street.

G The undersigned will make
liberal advances on Cotton consigned to his friends
Messrs. Tisdale & Borden, New York.
WM. T. WOOD,
nov23 33 Water street.

I The subscribers are pre-
pared to make liberal advances on Cotton con-
signed to their friends at Liverpool, Havre, New
York or Boston. D B WOOD & CO.,
nov5 29 Water street.

SLiberal advances made on
consignments of Cotton to New York, Boston or
Liverpool, by S T SKILLMAN,
nov5 33 Water street.
-1XCHANGE.-Drafts on New York and Pro-
JA evidence, at sight, in sums to suit purchasers.
For sale by T L MITCHEL,

nov9 37 Water street.


Hardware, Tin' Ware, &c.
R OBERI'S, ALLEN & CO., Commerce st.,
between Chesnut and Cherry sts., are receiv-
ing and have in Store, Goods in part as follows:
HARD WARE-Carpenter's, Walkers Improved
and S S Rim Locks, assorted sizes:
Stock Locks, all sizes:
Desk, Trunk,'Chest and Till Locks:
Knobs and Norfolk Latches: Screws:
Butts and Strap Hinges: Blind Trimmings:
Shutter and Door Bolts: Tacks and Brads:
Files 1 round and flat, all sizes: Mill Saw do:
Carpenter's and Blacksmith's Tools :
American and English X cut and Mill Saws:
Wro't and Cut .- ii, and Spikes:
Horse Nails: Table Cuttlery:
Pen and Jack Knivesi Cook'sand Butcher's do:
Tea and hand Bells: Castors: Candlesticks:
Britania Tea and Coffee Pots: Spoons:
Ladles: Lamps: Spittoons, &c:
TIN WARE-Plain and Japanned a general as-
sortnent, wholesale and retail:
CASTINGS-H-follow Ware:
Cook and Parlour Stoves:
Sugar Kettles and Mills:
Cauldron Kettles 30 to 150 gallons:
Plough Points: Sad Irons, &c:
IRON AND STEEL--German, English, Blis-
ter and Cast Steel:
Square, round and flat English, American, and
Swedish Iron:
Sheet ahd Boiler Iron:
SHIP CHANDLERY-Manilla Cordage 2 to
6 inch;:
Tarred Rope, Russia and American:
Kentucky and Russia Packing Yarn:
Rigging and Pump Leather: Hand Spikes:
Anchors: Hooks and Thimbles:
Can and Cotton I-looks: Shives:
Bush'd and common Blocks: Pump Boxes:
Brooms: Buckets: Pitch: Tar and Oakum:
Rosin: Paints: Oils, &c.
We continue te e manuactory of Tin, Iron, and
Copper. Roofing done in Tin or Copper-black-
smithing as usual all on moderate terms for cash.
Apalachicola, Nov. 22, 1844.
C HEESE.-35 boxs Cheese.
For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
.nov16 292 Water street.


B SAGGING & BALE ROPE:-
India, Gunny and Dundee Bagging ;
Manilla & Kentucky Rope and Twine ;
Just received in store, on Consignment, and
for sale by JAS F FARRIOR,
novl5 9 Columbus Block.


NEW ~UUiDS!


iwl


Itemoval.
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, &c.
T HE subscriber respectfully gives notice, that
he has REMOVED his stock of Goods to
the new building, corner of Center and Commer-.
ce streets, (known as Capt. Simmon's Buildings,)
where he offers for sale at reduce prices, a large
and general assortment of fresh STAPLE and
FANCY GOODS, direct from New York, con-
sisting in part of:-
Black and colored Silks,
Allapaca, Alapeene and Shalla,
Casmerett and Muslin de Lane,
Calicos of new patterns,
Muslin, Linen, Diaper, Shawls,
Fringe Laces, Gimps Fringe, Corsetts,
Parasols, Ribbons, Cords, Beads,
Silk and Cotton Iose,
And a variety of other fancy articles.
Also-Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, Domestics,
Hats, Caps; Toys, &e., &c.
To which additional supplies will occasionally
received during the business season, all of which
will be sold at a small advance, for cash.
nov9 tf N. SEYMOUR.


50 cases Russets, Kip Brogans, Gents fine and
D course Boots, Ladies and Misses Slippers,
Do. Walking Shoes, &c., &c.
Just received and for sale by
B ELLISON & CO.,
nov9 33 Water street.


D PRUGS & MEDICINES-A full assortment
of Drugs, Medicines, and Patent and Botan-
ical Medicines, for sale by


nov16


J C ALLEN,
cor of Centre and Commerce sts.


QTATIONERY.-An assortment of School
ki Books, Blanks and Stationery, for sale by
J C ALLEN,
nov16 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.


C ONFECTIONARY.-A few boxes of R L &
A Stuart's Steam Refined Candy, for sale by
J C ALLEN,
nov16 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.
T O PHYSICIANS & DRUGGISTS-A large
assortment of Glass Ware, Ointment Jars,
Gallipots, Graduate Measures, Glass, Wedge-
wood and Iron Morters, &c., for sale by
J C ALLEN,
nov16 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.


C ANAL FLOUR, &c.-50 bbls Canal Flour;
30 kegs and 50 boxs Buckwheat.
For sale low by
DODGE & GARDNER,
novl6 40 Water steet.


ON CONSIGNMENT.
BACON SIDES.-5 cks Cincinnati Cured
Sides, just received and for sale by
HARPER & HOLMES,
nov16 51 Water street.
RIO AND JAVA COFFEE!-
200 bag. Rio Coffee;
25 do Old Gov't Java do.
For sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
novl6 40 Water street.
OBACCO.-20 boxes superior manufactured
Tobacco, on consignment, for sale by
JAS F FARRIOR,
nov16 9 Columbus Block.


ORN & MEAL, for sale by
JAS F FARRIOR,
novl6 9 Columbus Block.
FRESH GROCERIES.
1Oo BOXES Cheese;
100 15 firkins Goshen Butter.
Just received on Consignment and for sale by
HARPER & HOLMES,
nov16 51 Water street


C ORDAGE & BALE ROPE:-
100 coils Manilla and Tarred Cordage;
100 do Kentucky Bale Rope;
15 bolts Canvass ; Bagging and Sail Twine.
For sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
nov30 40 Water street.

T HE subscribers are receiving their fall stock
. of Groceries consisting of
Java and Rio Coffee, Mackrel, Cheese,
St. Croix Loaf Sugar, Codfish, Segars,
A first rate article of Brandy and Gin.
Also-Negro Shoes and Blankets, Gunny Bag-
ging and Kentucky Rape. All of which will be
sold low. WYLIE & McKENZIE,
oct26 42 Water st.


X T -" T X T rN


T. E. Lindenberger & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 5 Canal street Row,
NEW ORLEANS.
WVm. H. Brodie, ]
D. P. Hogue,
R. T. Birchett,
T. E. Lindenberger,) nov23 6m

Ls. Fred. E. Dugas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION


Wholesale and Retail! !
J STEVENSON & CO. offer for sale, at their
old stand, the most extensive and general
assortment of Goods they have ever before had in
this market. They respectfully invite their
friends, country merchants, and the public gen-
erally, to give their stock an examination before
purchasing elsewhere. This stock consists in
part of, viz:
Super black French Cloths,
Medium, black, blue and invisible green do,
Super black French and English Cassimeres,
Do fancy and Doeskin do,
3-4 and 6-4 Tweeds and Beaver Cloths,
Super Silk, Satin and Plaid Velvet Vestings,
Rich Cashmere de Cosse and Mouslin de Laines,
Rich plaid and figured Silks, black Lustring and
Senshaw do,
Black and fig'd Alpaca, Merino and Balzarines,
Chusans and rich Cashmere de Cosse Prints,
Fine Earlston and Manchester Ginghams,
Jackonett, Swiss, Plaid, Lace and Book Mushns,
Cambric, fig'd nett, fig'd cap, and other do,
Thread Lace, Thread Edging, Bobbins do, Tapes,
&c. &c.
Lisle Lace and Edging, black Silk and Cotton
Lace, &c. &c.
Scotch and Russia Diapers, Crash and Hhuckaback
Napkins, Table and Toilet Covers,
Also-A large assortment of Domestic Goods, 3-4
to 5.4 Brown I-omespuns.
Bleached Sheeting and 5-4 to 12-4 sheeting, Osna-
burgs,
Twill'd Jeans, Shirting Stripes, Satinetts, Ken-
tucky Jeans,
Negro Kerseys, Linseys, 9-4 to 12-4 Whitney
Blankets,
9-4 to 12-4 white Massachusetts Quilts, Mosquito
Netting, &c. &c.
Also-An assortment of Hats and Caps,
Ashland, Sporting, Cassimere, Russia, Rabbit and
other kinds.
Cloth and Glazed Caps, Boys and Children's fancy
Caps.
Also-An assortment of Boots and Shoes, coarse
Br6gans, Mens' lined and bound do,
Gents fine Calf sew'd and other Boots,
Ladies fine Kid Slips, Walking Shoes, Gaiters,
Buskins, &c. &c.
Together with a great variety of Fancy Articles,
such as Ladies' Fancy Work Baskets and Boxes,
Hair Brushes, fancy Soaps, extra German Cologne,
Gold and Silver Pencils, Tortoise Shell, Tucking
and Side Combs, Ridding, Buffalo and other do,
Ladies' Sills Purses, Hair Pins, Artificial Flowers,
Bonnet Caps, &c. &c., with a great many other
articles usually kept in a dry goods establishment,
all of which will be sold upon the most pleasing
terms for cash or city acceptance.
Apalachicola, Nov. 16, 1844.


DANIEL. J. DAY,
52 Water street.


nov9


CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE
COMPANY,
of the City of JVew York,
Trustees:


James Harper, Abraham Van Nest,
John B Lasala, Silas M Crandall,
John J Boyd, William B Cozzens,
Edward Richardson, Charles L Vose,
James Phalen, Joseph B Nones,
John J Herrick, .John F Butterworth,
George C De Kay, Samuel Sherwood,
Samuel A Lawrence, Zadock Pratt,
Theodote A Meyer, Herman D Gould,
William P Furniss, Joseph S. Smith,
John T Gilehrist, Elias T Aldrich,
Loring Andrews, Lawrence Hill,
Cyrus Chenery, Thomas Monahan,
George Whitaker, William H Townsend,
James H Suydam, Amos Noyes,
George Palen, John Breasted,
William Burgovne, Leonard Appleby.
SAMUEL A LAWRENCE, President.
JOSEPH B NONES, Vice President.
LEWIS BENTON, Secretary.
CAPT SAM'L CANDLE LR, Marine Inspector.
WILLIAM WELLS, Fire Surveyor.

HE subscriber, AGENT for the above Com-
pany, is now prepared to receive applications
for Marine, Inland transportation and Fire risks,
and to issue policies on reasonable terms.
STEPHEN T. SKILLMAN,


Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 184


33 Water street.
14. nov5 6m


LTJMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
L having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for he County of Franklin, offers his services to
the Dublic in that capacity, and will attend to all
0 Office corner Commerce and Forbes street.
JOHN LUCAS.
alachicola, Oct. 15, 1844. o19 tf
( N CONSIGNMENT-150 pieces Kentucky


Bagging; iou coils Bale Rope. Also, a lot
of +oice Hams, cured in Georgia, for sale by
I McKAY & HARTSAORNE,
oft26 40 Water st.


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EGRO KERSEYS.-100 pcs superior Negro
Kerseys, for sale by
JAS F FARRIOR,
oIvl6 9 Columbus Block.


I


o SPORTSMEN, &c.-A few choice Rifles
and double barreled Guns, English and
ich Percussion Caps, Powder Flasks, Nipples,
inchers, &c., together with a great variety of
i Hooks, Lines, Snells, Artificial Flies, and
ing tackle. Just received and for sale by
B ELLISON & CO,
3V9 33 Water street.


ICKLES, &c.-10 cases Pickels, assorted;
6 do Ketchup, assorted; 2 do Capers;
do Olives-" Verdalles" and "Amellaux;"
do Pepper Sauce;
do Cayenne and Black Pepper;
do superfine Mustard; 2 do London do;
do India Curry Powder;
baskets Lucca" Sweet Oil.
For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
ov16 29 j Water street.


IUTTER.-10 kegs fresh Goshen Butter.
I For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
novl6 27- Water street.


SUGAR.-82 bbls St. Croix Sugar;
4 hhds Porto Rico do;
6 bbls Crushed do;
6 boxs double refined Loaf do.
For sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
novI 40 Water street.


Fall and Winter' Arrangement.
THE U. S. Mail steamer SIREN,
t Ewill leave Apalachicola, every
TUESDAY and SATURDAY
night at 12 o'clock.
Leaves Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY
and SUNDAY evenings at 8 o'clock, and Chat-
tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12
o'clock, M.
VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS,
o14 Contractors.


i


NOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-
The Ship TUSKINA, of 420 tons bur-
then. For particulars, apply to
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
nov23 46 Water street.'


FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.--
The fast sailing brig PARAGON, Bray-
ton, master, for terms, apply to
nov9 T L MITCHEL, 37 Water st.


WILL BE, SOLD at Public Sale on the
iI 15th day of December next, the HOUSE
I and LOT lately occupied by Mrs. John-
son, corner of Live Oak and Columbus streets.
GEO. S. HAWKINS,
nov16 Agent, &c.


i, la FOR RENT.--The Dwelling House
[i:'.i\ lately occupied by B S Hawley, fronting
S' _ on the Church Square, possession give
immediately. For further particulars apply to
nov23 3t JOHN BABCOCK.
FOR RENT.-A front Office, in store
No. 31 Water street-Up stairs. For fur-
ther particulars, apply to
RAIMOND & SCOTT,
nov23 3t Waverly House.
FOR RENT.-The two story DWEL-
LING HOUSE, situated on High street,
between the residences of Mr. Baltzell,
and Mr. Orman.
Also, the HOUSE next to W. Patty's Bakery,
fronting on Market street. For terms, apply to
T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water street.
FOR RENT.-Two small DWELLING
:i;', HOUSES fronting on Columbus street
near the residence of Capt. Ellison.
Possession given immediately, for particulars*
apply to T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water st., up stairs.


FOR RENT.-The STORE HOUSE
fronting on Commerce, near Chestnut st.,
Il occupied last season by Geo. Brown.
Possession given immediately. For terms, &c.,
apply to T H & C H AUSTIN,
nov5 3t 43 Water st., up stairs.


New and Fashionable Goods!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!!
THE subscriber begs leave to call the attention
of his customers, and country merchants, to
an extensive assortment of GOODS, which he haE
just received from New York, which he offers at
the lowest market prices, and on the most reason-
able terms-among which will be fond the follow, -
ing:-
Dry Goods.
Calicos, of all descriptions,
Crape de Laines,
Cashmere de E osse,
Hosiery, of all descriptions,
Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs,
Flannels, Apron Checks,
Bleached and BroWn Sheetings)
Umbrellas and Shades,
Mitts, Gloves, Cuffs, &c. &c.
Ready Made Ciothing,
Over, Dress and Frock Coats,
Cassimere and Satinett Pants,
Silk and Fancy Vests,
Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Shirts,
Negro Pants, Jackets, &c. c.
Boots and Shoes.
Calf, Seal and Water Proof Boots,
Calf, Kip and Russett Brograns,
Ladies' fine, cold and black Kid Slippers,
1" Walking Shoes,
col' and bl'k Gaiter Boots,
Variety of Misses and Childrens' Shoes. and&
Bootees.
Hats and Caps.
FineMoleskin and Fur Hats,
Hunting Hats,
Caps of all descriptions.
Cloths.
Superior Black Cloth,
Cassimeres and Tweeds,
Black Satin Vestings.
Cutlery, &e.
Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery.
Together with a variety of other Goods too nui-
merous to mention, all of which he will sell as
low as any other establishment in this city. He
respectfully invites you to call and examine for
yourselves, and he is satisfied that he can offer
such inducements that will insure him a share-of
your patronage.
FRANCIS KOPMAN,
Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings
Apalachicola, Nov. 1, 1844.


PAINTS AND OILS:-
50 kegs No. 1, and extra White Lead;
12 do Black; 300lbs Yellow Ochre;
12 cans Imperial Green and Verdigris;
Paint Brushes, assorted sizes;
2 cks bleached Spearm Oil;
5 bbls Linseed Oil. For sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
dov6 40 Water street,


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INSURANCE AGENCIES.

T HE "GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST
COMPANY," with a Capital of $500,000
paid in, and security invested, will take FIRE,
INLAND, and MARINE RISKS, on as low
terms as any other good Office in the United
States. The above named Company having paid
a large amount of losses in this City during the
past ten years, and in every instance, to the en-
tire satisfaction of the parties assured; rely upon
their well earned reputation for a continuance.
CU- THE subscribers having been appointed
Agents of the above named Company, are fully
prepared, and are authorized to act as such.
J DAY & CO.,
nov9 52 Water street,

SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.,
of the City of JVew York.
Trustees:
James D P Ogden, William H Macy,
Moses H Grinnell, red'k Wissmann.
Conrad W Faber, Joseph Foulke, Jr.
Samuel M Fox, Hamilton Murray,
Wmrn Edgar Howland, Jacob R Nevius,
John H Hicks, Fred'k G Foster,
Godfrey Pattison, Richard K Haight,
Sidney Mason, Wm S Alley,
Schuyler Livingston, G Winthrop Gray,
Theodore Vietor, RosWell Sprague,
HIenry Holdrege, Oliver Slate, Jr.
Anthony B Neilson Drake Mills
Alfred Seton, Robert L Maitland,
Charles Sagory, Joseph W Alsop, Jr.
Bernard Graham, Elias Ponvert,
Theodore Dehon, John D Van Beuren.
A B NEILSON, President.
ALFRED SETON Vice President.
JOHN WHITEHEAD, Secretary.

T HE undersigned AGENTS of the above
SCompany, are prepared to take MARINE
and RIVER RISKS, on the most favorable terms.
HARPER & HOLMES,


FOR BOSTON.-The fine new bark
RUSSIA, Larrabee, master, will meet
- with immediate despatch for the abovd
port. For freight on deck or passage, apply to
D B WOOD & CO.;
nov23 29 Water street.
a FOR NEW YORK.-The packet brig
MANHATTAN, Doane, master, will
meet with despatch. For freight of pas.
sage, apply to the master, or to
NOURSE, STONE & CO.
nov23 46 Water street.
FOR NEW YORK-Star Line-The
new and splendid Packet brig EMPIRE,
Lewis, master, will meet with despatch
for the above port. For freight or passage, hav-

ing elegant accommodations, apply to
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
nov9 40 Water street.
FOR NEW YORK.-The fast sailing
coppered brig WM. L. JONES, Tyler,
master, will have despatch as above.--
For freight or passage, apply to the master, or to
HARPER & HOLMES,
nov16 51 Water street.
FOR NEW ORLEANS-The regular
Packet schr OCTAVIA, Churchill, mas-
ter, will sail for the above port on Wed,
nesday morning, for freight or passage having
superior accommodations, apply the master or to
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
nov23 40 Water street.
(r The "Octavia" will ply regularly between
this port and New Orleans during the season.


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nov19


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51 Water street.


FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE
INSURANCE.
THE ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY-
Capital $200,000! and the PROTEC-
TION INSURANCE CO.,-Capital $150,000 !
In addition to the capitals of the above named
companies, they have each a large surplus fund
in reserve. Persons doing business with these
companies, may rest satisfied, that they are
fully INSURED to the amount of their !policies,
and that losses will be paid without vexatious
delays or technical objections.
@l5 THE subscriber having been appointed
Agent for the above named Companies, is fully
authorized to take risks on the lowest terms.


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LEGAL NOTICES.
fV.m


Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.
Robert J. Floyd, comp't., )
vs. IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et al, IN CHANCERY.
Defendants. f
IT appearing to the Court from a'fidavit filed in
this cause, that said Lewis Crrtis and George
Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola Land
Company, and said John M. Berrien and David
Selden, who are defendants in said cause, reside
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: the
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the said Berrien and Selden in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be:
published once a week for the spaceof four months
in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be taken pro confesso:
against them (a copy-teste.)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. fel 4m


Franklin Superior Court.
AT CHAMBERS.


Robert May, comp't., )
vs. IN CHANCERY.
Curtis and Griswold, et aL,
defendants. J
IT appearing to the Court from affidavit filed
in this cause, that said Lewis Curtis and
George Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola
Land Company, and said John M. Berrien and
David Selden, who are defendants in said cause,
reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit:
the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New
York; and the said Berrien and Selden, in the
state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice be
published once a week for the space of four months
in the "Commercial Advertise," a newspaper
printed in this district, before the ensuing term
of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each
of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the
complainants bill will be take pro confesso:
against them. (a copy-teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 30th, 1844. jel 4m


Franklin Superior Court. ,F
AT CHAMBERS.


Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't.'
vs.
Dodge, McDougald, Calhoun
and Bass, trustees of the
Franklin Land and Apala-
chicola Lot Company; IN CHANCERY.
Lewis Curtis and George
Griswold, trustees of the
Apalachicola Land Co.;
Myers, assignee in
bankruptcy of George W.
Ross, defendants.
IT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in
this cause that said Daniel McDougald, James
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis
and George Griswold; and Myers, reside
beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the
said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state
of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the
state of New York; and the said Bass in the state
of Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub-
lished once a week for the spaceiof four months
before the ensuing term of this Court, in the
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in
this District, requiring said defendants to appear
1hd answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
be taken pro confesso: against them.
(copy teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 31st, 1844. jel 4m
Apalachicola District of Florida.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
and In Chancery.
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. S
T appearing to the Court, from the report of
the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed,
That the following sums are due by the parties
hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments here-
tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin
Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby given to the parties respectively,
to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver
in said cause, together with the interest thereon,
from the first day of March, 1843, or their respec-
tive shares will be sold at public auction, in ac-
cordance with a decree of the Court of Chancery
for the District aforesaid, to pay the several
amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wednes-
,day in December next, to wit:
Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1st
March, 1843....................$1,660 00
Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on the same day and year... 972 76
JohnD. Howell..................... 365 98
By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack,
Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county,
in the Apalachicola District of Florida.
R. J. MOSES,
Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, August 19, 1844.
ApalachicolalDistrict of Florid a.
In Superior Court-Franklin County.
Alphonse Loubat, IN CHANCERY.
vs.
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
out 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 expirationr 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. BRANCH, Clerk.
Solicitors for Compl'ts.
Apalachicola, Feb. 28, 1844. mll-4m
ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The co-partnership of YONGE & TAYLOR
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business of the firm will be attended to by C. C.
Yonge, who will continue to practice in the
Courts of Walton, Washington, Jackson, Calhoun
and Franklin counties, Fla., and in Henry, Dale
and Coffee counties, Ala., and in the Court of
Appeals, Tallahassee.
Mr. TAYLOR, has located himself in Abbe-
ville, Ala., and will practice in all the Courts of
that Circuit, and the adjoining counties in Florida
C. C. YONGE,
JOHN B. TAYLOR.
Apalachicola, Oct. 13, 1814. o26 lm
H lOSIERY.-A full assortment of Ladies and
Gentlemen's Hose and half Hose.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
nov9 33 Water street.


N OTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court for
Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the
estate of John Norton, late of said county, de-
ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 17, 1844. a20 (6m


NOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court of
Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the
administration on the estate of Sampson Pope,
late of said county deceased.
'SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3-6m
N OTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of
dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson.
H. B. STONE, Administrator.
Apalachicola, May 16, 1844.: myl8 6m


NOTICE.-All persons having claims against
Isaac Jackson, late of Jackson County, de-
ceased, are required to present the same duly au-
thenticated, to the subscribers, within the time
prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate set-
tlement. HENRY JACKSON, Admrs.
STEPHEN JACKSON, Adm'rs.
Jackson County, Oct. 26, 1844, o26 2m


Blacksmithing, &c.


THE subscriber respectfully in-
forms the citizens of Apalachicola
and its vicinity, that he has erect-
,-// ed on Commerce (in the rear-of
^/ y No. 22 Water) street, a BLACK-
SMITH'S SHOP, where -he is pre-
pared to execute with neatness and despatch,
and on the most reasonable terms, all work in his
line of business, entrusted to his care.
RICHARD PARKER.
Apalachicola, Oct. 19th, 1844-3m


Runaway Negro.
COMMITTED to jail on the 2d instant,
_k a negro slave as a runaway, aged about 24
years, says that he belongs to E. Wells, of
"-Jackson county. Said negro has a scar
over the right elbow; a scar on the right thigh,
below the hip; scar over and in the corner of the
right eye; is 5 feet 31, inches high, and says that
his name is SAM." Any person owning said
negro, will please come forward, prove property,
pay charges and take him away, or he will be
dwelt with according to law.
C. J. SHEPARD, Sheriff;
of Franklin County.
Apalachicola, Nov. 5th, 1844. 6mupf


$200 Reward!
-, RUNAWAY from the subscriber about
two years ago, two negro men, "JOHN"
and ALBERT." Albert is about thirty-
five years of age, and about 5ft 5in in height,
is thick and heavily built, has a very black skin,
and is a negro of tremendous althetic make. John
is about 5ft 6in in height, is stout, well made and
very muscular; his skin is not very black, but
rather between that of a black negro and a dark
molatto. It is well known to many, that the
above named negroes were at work around about
the vicinity of Iola, for some time after the sub-
scriber left Florida, and they have frequently
been seen during the last six months in that
neighborhood, and it is believed that they are
still thereabouts. The above reward of $200,
will be paid for their apprehension and lodge-
ment in any jail, or otherwise, so that I get them,
or $100 for either of them.
JOHN D. GRAY.
per JESSE F. POTTS
St. Joseph, Oct. 14th, 1844. o19 1m


$200 Reward !
SRUNAWAY, or stolen, two negroes
"LYCINDA" and "JIM."-Lucinda left
about the 21st August ; she is between 20
J and 30 years of age, dark complexion, deli-
cate made, sway back, small hands and feet, good
countenance and extremely proud ; she was pur-
chased of L B Randall, living on the Upatoie,
9 miles from Columbus, on the 15th of January,
1843, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th inst.,
he is a likely young fellow, 20 years of age, and
is about 6 foot high, dark complexion, a lit-tle
knock-kneed; wore off a straw hat, white panta-
loons and cloth coat, and has left his mother and
father, and seven brothers and sisters; conse-
quently we have just grounds for believing (hav-
ing found a free pass in the possession of one of
the other negroes,) that one Lucy A. Bartee, and
her son Washington Stevenson, has feloniously
inveigled, stolen, taken and carried off the above
named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her son
absconded from the house of Thos. T Bartee, with
whom she and her husband, John R. Bartee, re-
sided, the son, Washington, on the 24th and Mrs.
Bartee on the 29th of lalt month. She left dis-
gracefully, after breaking glasses and every thing
in her power. We will pay twenty dollars for
each of the above described negroes, delivered to
us in Stewart county, Ga., or lodged in any jail so
that we get them; and will pay the balance of two
hundred dollars (say $160) for the apprehension of
the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will
convict them for negro stealing, as the law directs
in such cases made and provided.
JOHN P. BARTEE.
THOMAS 0. BARTEE.
Stewart Co., Ga., Sept. 25th, 1814. o7 6t


S ALT.-1,200 bushs Coarse Salt of a superior
quality, just received on consignment.
For sale by
RAYMOND & HARDIN,
sep30 -33 Water st.


-


Blocks.
36
D2
C2
26
H2
H2
Fl
Al
D2
H1
Imp'd E2
43
1
C2
Imp'd A2
Imp'd 10
8
17
B2
Imp'd E2
Imp'd A2
E2
F1
E2
HI
15
30
Imp'd C2
Imp'd A
Imnp'd A2
7
F2


Lots.

45
15)
2 & 3
3
4
9 & 12
1
1 &9 ?
5&16
11
6
9
6 &7
7
3
2
3
11
10
6
5
11
9
I & 17
9 & 12
8
7
00
00
e2
4
15


To whom assessed. cts.
A. T. Bennett,......... 22 00


C. E. Bartlett.......... 8
L. Birdsal,............. 2
J. C. Birdsal.... ...... 2
Calhoun & Bass,....... 10
John Evans,........... .2
C. Edmondson,........ 2'()
John Gilmore,......... 2
F. R. Griffin,.......... 1 0
Estate of John Gillispie, 2
Jacob Harvey,......... 7
John Kerns,............ 3
John Kennedy,........ 2
J. C. Love ............ 3 (
Williami Low .......... 3
Charles McKinney,..... 5'1
J. Martin ............. 4 2
Mitchell Marzell ....... 3
Jno. T. Myrick,......... 5
Joseph Mitchell,....... 4
K. McKenzie........... 5
R. Maitland & sons,.... 7 i
Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6 0
A. J. Norris........... 3
Ogden & Ferguson,..... 1 '
Dan'1. Ryan,.......... 3 ;
John Ragan ........... 2 '
Frank White,......... 30
Thos. L. Wingate,..... 2
Henry Williams,........ 6
PETER HOBERT,
City Tax Collector.


Apalachicola, June 7th, 1844.


jel5 6m


75
1"


50
50
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50


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50
JO0
25
50
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25
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25
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75
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OLD PEACH BRANDY-14 bbls Old Peach
Brandy, and a small lot of Old Monongahela
Whiskey, now landing, and for sale by
NOUSE, STONE & Co.
oct26 46 Water st.


JOSEPH SCHROTD,
No. 44' Water, near Chestnut st.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,

NOTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Hon'le Wm. G. M. Davis, Judge of
the County Court of Franklin county, for letters
of administration on the estate of Donald Camp.
bell, late of said county, deceased.
WILLIAM A. ARCHER.
Apalachicola, Nov. 7th, 1844. nov9 6w
N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge of the County Court
of Franklin county, for letters of administration
on the estate of Carlton M. Evans, deceased.
FRANCIS L. MARSHALL.
Apalachicola, Nov. 11th, 1844. nIG 6w
N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the .Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the
County Court of Franklin county, for letters of
administration on the estate of David D. Churchill,
late of said county, deceased.
BENJAMIN ELLISON.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844. nov5 Gw
OTICE.-Six weeks after date I will apply
Nto the Hon.. Richard H. Long, Judge of the
County Court of Jackson County, for Letters of
Administration on the estate of William H. L.
Russ, late of said county, deceased.
WILLIAMS D. DICKSON.
Marianna, Oct. 8, 1844 o14 6w


PROSPECTUS OF THE
GEORGIA SENTINEL.

AN Evening Paper, to be published in the City
of Savannah, Ga., devoted to Politics, Com-
merce, Agriculture and General Intelligence.
The increasing importance of our flourishing
and beautiful city-the facilities enjoyed in the
transmission of the mails-and the absense of an
Evening Paperin Savannah-all conspire to render
the proposed publication at least expedient, if not
necessary.
Whilst the Paper will bear principally a com-
mercial character, we shall endeavor to make it
useful and interesting to all classes of the commu-
nity, by rendering it a disseminator of truth-an
advocate of virtue-and censor of vice. In pur-
suing the plan determined upon, the following
will comprise the leading departments of the Pa-
per, which we hope will carry the cheerfulness of
knowledge and the light of truth wherever it is
received.
POLITICS.-We shall sustain the great Republi-
can doctrines embraced in the Virginia and Ken-
tuckey Resolutions of 1798-'99, as maintained by
Jefierson, Madison, Troup, IHayne, Calhoun, and
other distinguished advocates of State Rights-and
more recently set forth by the Democratic Con-
vention at Baltimore, in May last-as forming
what we conceive to be the fundamental principles
of our Goverment. Thus having for our motto-
" Free Trade-Low Duties-No Debt-Seperation
from Banks-Economy-Retrenchment-and a
strict adherence to the Constitution," and placing
ourself upon the broad bias of the latter, we can in-
voke alike the fidelity of the "Unionist" and the
zeal of the Nullifier;" in maintaining inviolate
its compromises, whereby alone our civil and re-
ligious liberties can be secured to us, and the bless-
ings of our glorious Union perpetuated.
Our object being to assist in sustaining the great
principles of Constitutional Liberty, and in draw-
ing men's minds from worship of their fellows, to
an acquaintance with the nature of their gover-
ment, our columns shall be open to the discussion
of all political questions of a general nature. In
no case, however will the dignity of the press be
yielded, by permitting it to become the vehicle of
scurrility or vulgar personal abuse.
Believing the nominees of the Baltimore Con-
vention, JAMES K. tPoLr and GEORGIE 1. DALLAS,
fully competent to discharge the duties of Presi-
dent and Vice President of the United States, we
shall endeavor to promote their election, by all
honorable means.
COMMERCIAL.-Under thishead willbe found the
latest statements of the various markets for our
staple productions, both Foreign and Domestic-
together with a carefully corrected Weekly Re-
view of our own market.
AGRICULTURE.-Whatever may be deemed of in-
terest to those engaged in Agricultural pursuits,
shall have due attention, and no pains will be
spared to make our paper interesting to the Farmer,
in comparison to which, all other trades and pro-
fessions may be said to be but the frieze and cor-
nice.
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.-In this department
will be found a.general synopsis of the passing
events of the day, together with occasional selec-
tion from the best Literary Periodicals, both For-
eign and domestic. In fine whatever will have a
tendency to develop the rich and varied natural
resources of our State, elevate the moral charac-
ter of its citizens or promote the prosperity and
happiness of the community in which we live,
shall meet with our ardent and humble support.
CONDITIONS.
THE DAILY SENTINEL, will be published every
afternoon, on an imperial half sheet, and deliver-
ed in any part of the City, at Six DOLLARS per
annum, payable in advance.
THE GEORGIA SENTINEL, for the country, will be
issued once a week, on a Super.Royal sheet, and
forwarded by mail to any part of the Union, at '$3
per annum for a single copy-Two copies for $5
-or five copiesfor $10-payable invariably in ad-
vane. It will contain all the reading matter of
the daily paper, including Editorials, Commuica-
tions, a Weekly Review of the Savannah Mar-
ket, &c.
I W Advertisements will be inserted in the Daily
Paper at fifty cents per square, for the first and
twenty-five cents for each continuance. In the
Weekly, fifty-cents per square, will be charged
for each insertion.
The first Number will appear about the first of
October next, or sooner, if the necessary arrange-
ments can be made and a sufficient number of
subscribers obtained to warren the publication.
(U- Persons wishing-to subscribe will please hand
in their names immediately, and those holding sub-
scription lists will forward them by the first of'Oc-
tober, or sooner, if convenient.
Communications by Mail must be post paid, to
insure attention.
V WILLIAM B. HARRISON.
Editors in this and adjoining States, by giving
the above a few insertions, will confer a favor,
which will be duly appreciated, and reciprocated
the first opportunity.
Q A Subscription list will be found at this
offtce.-SAVANNAH, SEPTEMBER 3, 1844.
Tax Notice !
N conformity with an Ordinance, passed b3
the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa-
lachicola, March 22d, 1844, entitled "An Ordin.
ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City.'
I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this
day levied upon, and will on the 16th day of De.
cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the
Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at publk
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol.
lowing described property, as will bring doubli
the amount annexed, together with all costs anc
charges of sale.


1 tailoring.


Tailoring.
r- TERMS- Cash on Delivery. 4-
Fall and Winter Fashions just rcccived.
THE subscriber respectfully
i informs the Citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and its vicinity, that he has
removed his TAILORING ES-
TABLISHMENT to the new
building of Capt. Simmons, corner
of Centre and Commerce street,
and is now prepared, on reason-
able terms-to execute all orders
-- in his line of business, in the latest
and most fashionable styles, and warranted to fit.
N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to.
JAS. C. COLEMAN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf


Copartnership and Commission
Business,
AT APALACHICOLA AND COLUMBUS.
T HE undersigned have associated for the pur-
pose of transacting a General Agency and
Commission Business. The business will be con-
ducted in Apalachicola, Fla., by Henry L. Ray-
mond, under the firm of RAYMOND & HAR-
DIN-'--in Columbus, Geo., by Edward J. Hardin,
under the firm of HARDIN & Co.
The advantages offered by this arrangement, to
persons at a distance who may have or wish to
make business in either or both places, will be
readily perceived. Feeling ourselves fully com-
petent to conduct such a business as it should be,
and intending so to do, we respectfully solicit a
share of patronage.
EDWARD J. HARDIN,
HENRY L. RAYMOND.
Apalachicola, July 31, 1,41. alotf


C O-PARTNERSHIP.-C. W. WORDIN, hav-
ing associated himself with J. L. FITCH in
the Watch and Jewelry business, and under the
name and style of "FITCH & WORDIN," re-
spectfully informs their friends and the public,
that they will on or about the 1st of Novamber
next open their stock of-

WATCHES, JEWELRY AND'

,- .,,, ( C ii.nsisting of Gold and Silver
'..". '" t. \ ites, Keys, Chains, Broaches,
jl! ,l,, ii .-;, Spectacles, Pencils, Studs,
Sleeve and Collar Buttons, Head Ornaments,
Lockets, Miniture-Cases, Bracelets, Music-Boxes,
Purses, Wallets, Knives, Scissors, Razors and
Razor Straps; Tooth,;Nail and Lather Brushes;
Snuff and Tobacco B xes, Violin Strings, &c.
JOHN L. FITCH,
1 CHAS. W. WORDIN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 19th, 1S4.'


ig N. B.--Particu
ing WATCHES, CL
C. W. Wordin-all wv


T AKE NOTICE.-
cupying LOTS ii
or ground in its vicini
LACHICOLA LAN
permission.
Any person occup
without permission, t
subscriber is authorize
and if they do not cot
will be taken to pro:
pany.
All persons are a.
upon the lands by cu'
timber or wood. (

octL7 m j
PERFUMARY, Fi
Superior Coli
Layv
Ora'
Bav


ar attention paid to repair-
>CKS and JEWELRY by
prk warranted. ol9 tf


*-All persons are forbid oc-
ii the City of Apalachicola,
ty, belonging to the "APA-
) COMPANY," without

-ying said lots or ground
.re hereby notified, that the
ed for the sale of the same,
nie forward; necessary steps
-ect the rights of the Corn-

so, notified not to trespass
ting Live Oak, Cedar, other
. H. AUSTIN, Agent
.Jpal'a Land Co.,
)r d.pal'a and its vicinity.
^NCY ARTICLES, &c.,
igne Water;
ender do.
9ge do.
don.


Essential Oil of all kinds;
Balm of Colt minbia; Hair Dye;
Tooth Brushes, assorted;
Hair do do,
Cloth Brushes; Combs;
Playing Card French and American.
Also. a variety of 7ancy Articles, Soaps, &c.,
just received, and for sale at
JOHN JONES'
Hair Dressing Saloon,
octl9 3m Centre, near Commerce street.
CROCKERY.-A small lot suitable for families
for sale low by JAS F FARRIOR,
novlG 9 Columbus Block.
5 O PIECES of superior Kentucky Bagging
J0 just received from New Orleans.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO.',
nov5 33 Water strict.


L~rr~a*


sent of the parties. Hugh M. Farrior, is duly
authorized to settle all the unfinished business of
said firm. WILLIAM CHESTER,
-HIUGH M. FARRIOR,
EPHALY McGRIFF.
Apalachicola, Oct; 15th, 1844. o19 lm


~IE~LIRQ; I- ~ L


UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York.
THE undersi-gned respectfully
inform the Old Patrons of the
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN-
DRY, formerly known as JAMES
CONNER'S" and more recently as
"CONNER & COOK's," and the pub-
lic in general, that they are prepared to execute
orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c ,
and every other article necessary to form com-
plete Printing Establishments, on as favorable
terms, and of as good a quality as any other es1
tablishment in the United States.
The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
in style of face, and the material of which it is
made, particularly adapted for service in News-
paper Printing.
Kr! All kinds of Stereotyping finished to order.
N. B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above
three times, previous to November next, will be
entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four
times the amount of the three insertions.
JAMES CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m


UP_


PATENT

SIX BARREL SELF-REV OL- )
VING AND REPEATING
PISTOLS.
EALER in Fancy Hardware, Fine Cutlery,
Perfumary, &c., consisting in part of
Fine Pen & Pocket Knives, and Scissors;
Razors, and Chapman's Razor Strops;
Elegant Port Folios, for ladies;
Steel Pens and Pen Holders ;
Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pens;
Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks;
Patent Inkstands; Fine Letter Paper;'
Fine Gold and Silver Pencils;
Genuine German Cologne, and fine Per-
fumes for Handkerchiefs, &c.
Bear's Oils; Toilette Mirrors;
Fine Cloths, Hair and Tooth Brushes;
Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs;
Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders;
Morocco Pocket Books ; Tweezers;
Ladies' Fine Feather Fans ;
Feather Dusters; Key Rings;
Violin and Violin Strings;
Sewing & Knitting Needles, &c., &c.
Also, a good supply of single and double bar-
reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which lie
offers cheap for Cash.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. 07 tf


Tailoring.
THE subscribers respectfully
informs the citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and its vicinity, that having
entered into a co-partnership they
are prepared at Mr. Gray's old
stand, on Chestnut street, next
door to the Post Office; to exe-
cute all orders in their line of
business, in a workmanlike man-
Sner, and in the latest and most
fashionable style, and general satisfaction war-
ranted to all those who may favor them with their
patronage. STRODHOFF & GRAY.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844. nov5


WARM SPRINGS.
MERIWETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA.
THE PROPRIETORS of this watering
Mt:o,;; place, have been induced to open their
._;'l House for the accommodation of invalids
and others, much earlier this season than usual,
in consequence of the many applications that have
been made for Board from different parts of the
country, by those laboring under various diseases,
such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. all of which
readily yield to the virtue of thi water. We have
heretofore held out more inducements to persons
seeking pleasure, to visit these Springs, than to
those in pursuit of Health. To the invalid, we
say come, and. come early, if you wish to be
benefited. These Springs have proved a certain
cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c.
and in no instance have invalids failed to be bene-
fited who have visited them, for the proof of
which, we can refer to innumerable certificates,
some from the most respectable gentlemen in the
State.
To those in pursuit of pleasure, we will say this
much, that we intend to offer inducements enough
to make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the
South. We intend to keep a better House than
we ever have kept, (and it is said that we generally
kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirely
new; our houses have all been repaired, and the
whole place presents a new and beautiful appear-
ance. The temperature of the atmosphere is fine,
the thermometer seldom rising above 86 degrees.
Our Baths are in as good order as they can be, and
for the benefit of those who have not paid us a
visit, we will describe them: they are 6 in number,
each ten feet square in the clear, with a dressing
room attached to each, and are so arranged as to
raise the water to any depth required; our Spring
affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of
water per minute; the temperature of the water
is precisely 90 degrees. The analysis as taken by
Dr. J. B. Cotting, State Geologist, is as follows:
"Height above the level of the sea, 7934 feet-
quantity one wine pint, or 28,875 cubic inches-
specific gravity 0,998-distilled water being 1,000.
GASES-Carbonic acid gas,....2 cubic inches.
Sulphurate of Hydrogen,............i a trace.
SOLIDS-Carbonate of Lim e,........ 1 grain.
Carbonate of Iron,................ 3 5 grains.
Carbonate of Magnesia,.........10 09 grains.
The temnprerature of the Water, winter and sum-
mer, 90 degrees."
A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly
for riding, three miles in length; it leads to the
summit of a Mountain, where you behold one of
the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good
road has also been made to the well known
COLD SPRING, only 4ths of a mile from 'the
Hotel; this Spring si said by all who have seen it,
to be the finest cold water in the world.
The amusements at the Springs are various.-
The Ball Room is opened nightly and the services
of one of the best Musicians in this section of the
country, is engaged to take charge of it.
We intend to devote our time exclusively this
season to the comfort of our visitors, and we hope
to be able, between us, to please all, and see that
none go away dissatisfied. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
will have charge of the house, S. R. B. too, will
give his whole attention.
Our charges will be the same as heretofore,
$30, per month for Board and Lodging. Baths,
free. A fine stock of goods is kept here, and
sold at fair prices. These Springs are 35 miles
north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green-
ville. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching
here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
Mobile, Montgomel;y, Savannah, Augusta. Macon
and Madison with Columbus and Greenville, and
Hacks run daily from both places here,'so there
will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage
also leaves Columbus three times a week by the
way of Hamilton, for the Springs. .
The Proprietors will be ready to receive Com-
pany on the first May.
SEYMOUR R. BONNER.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.
The Warm Springs are so well known that we
do think it necessary to trouble the public with a
long array of certificates, setting forth their claims
to the patronage of the invalid, as well as the
man of health and pleasure. We will therefore
only invite the attention of the reader to the fol-
lowing letter from Doct. J. J. Boswell, of Colum-
bus:
CoLUMBrnS, March 23d, 1844.
Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodating
and courteous proprietor of the Warm Springs, of
Merriwether county-It is due the public who
may wish to leave their own homes- and firesides
during the sickly season, to seek a place where
they can enjoy health, and all the comforts of
cultivated and refined society, to point them to
the Warm Springs. In its Topographical situa-
tion, it is unquestionably inferior to no Watering
place in the United States. The Medicinal vir-
tues ofits Waters from the Chemical analysis sub-
mitted to the public by the States Geologist, has
aud ever will exert a happy influence over Rheu-
matism; Bronchitis; Laryngitis; Hipertitis; Diar-
rher; Dysentary; Dispepsy, and all diseases of the
skin and Kidneys.
In addressing this note to you sir, I have only
complied with the earnest solicitations of some
kind friends who have been either radically cured
or greatly benefited by the curatives of the Waters
of the Warm Springs.
I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high consi-
deration your obedient servant,
J. J. BOSWELL.
To Col. S. R. Bonner.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.-
The late firm of "CHESTER, FARRIOR &
McGRIFF," is this day dissolved by mutual con-




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VOLUME II.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1844. I [NUMBER 48.

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COMMERCIAL 1 ( ADVERTISER, CAR D S. : CARDS. A GLEAM OF SUNSHINE.BY breath, what would have been forgiven promptly

PUBLISHED SATURDAYSBY II. \V. LONGFELLOW. and generously, had the first word of atonementor

JEUCMIAH: DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUMBUS, &c._&c. This is the place. Stand still my steed, explanation been uttered, has rankled and
h 1rD ]:''Je} : Ba L0 J'1W"iJ'l'l'JJ .T. I ------------- --- Let me review the scene, deepened until the fearful feelings of hatred and '

A, Day & Co., f}] mI.rn & 113 J g; m rn ill And summon from the shadowy Past revenge have become dark] features of our nature-

Office third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of COMMISSION MERCHANTS, D The forms that once have been. Better, far better in every case, where a doubt 1
No. 52 Water street JVb. 130 Water &f SO Pine street.
& Chestnut streets, exists
Commerce as to the '
-- nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. NEW YORK, The Past and Present re-unite propriety of our own course, to
stretch out the hand of reconciliation. Better to
Beneath Time's tide
flowing ,
AT THREE DOLLARSPER ANNUM, Nonuse, Stone &; Co., PHILANDER. KIMBALL, Proprietor.- Like footprints hidden by a brook, forgive once, twice, aye, a dozen times, than M
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Center But seen on either side mistake or misapprehend, and such fatal i
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. EclwM. C. & Co., on error -
of ten lines or les (twenty lines I to foment
.Idrertisements inserted No. 40 Water street, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Here runs the highway to the town, a deadly and undying enmity. It'hls ;
or more in proportion,) conspicuously I Apalachicola, Fla. Mobile, Ala. There the green lane descends, been eloquently and beautifully said, that ,

j at the following! rates: B. Franklin Nourse.) 33* Collections and Refnit races promptly attended Through which I walked to church with thee, when the veil of Death has been drawn between -

'ear.$10 <*(> 'II One month. $2 SOS 11. B. Stone, to.? Oh! gentlest of my friends! us and the objects of ourregard, how quick sight*

mouths} ,...., .. .7 00) \\ Three weeks,.2 (X) Hiram W. Brooks. ) nov9 ly Refers to-Messrs. McKay &, Hartshornc, The shadow of the linden ed do we become t -their merits,and how bitterly
... ." 01) Two wee s.l 50months. trees do then remember
Three months, ) ,!/ we words or looks of unkindness -
1"0 ... ....4 00 I I:! One insertion.....1 00 I l1IcIay cV Ilartsliornc, oct2G Om_* Apalachicola, Fla. Between Lay moving them and the the grass moving; bough, which may have escaped us in our intercoursewith

fo those who advertise by the year a liberal dis- COMMISSION MERCHANTS* Andrew S., Cooke, A shadow, thou didst pass. them.: How careful should such thoughts

count will be made; but all advertisements not No. -1U Water street, COMMISSION MERCHANT, render us in the fulfilment of those offices of affection

strictly pertaining to their own business, as oct2G Apalachicola, Florida.V. No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st. Thy And dress thy was heart like the lilies, which it maybe in our power to perform! ;
as they
veil ai all legal: advertisements sent in by them, New Orleans, La. One of God's holy pure angels as for who can tell how soon the moment may arrive -

will be charged at the usual rates. '\ A. & 1-. C. Kaiii, Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, Did walk with me that day.I when repentance cannot be followed by re

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, janl5 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla. paration."
--
-='- the branches of the
SEYORK\ [ & APAL\CHICOLA PACKETS. I Office, No. -1 Columbus Buildings, saw: trees
Bend down thy touch to meet, A CHILD OF SORROW.
octIJ': Apalachicola, Fla. tf IIEl'AUD T. LIl'PIJC01TVI.. II. \VYATT.
4- J"STAR Ijippiiicott tV; Wyatt, The Rise clover-blossoms kiss in feet.the grass .During the late festive season-when those who
up to thy
LINE." D. B. Wood & Co., GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, thought at all, reflected that, eighteen hundredand

hip Marianua,.... . .. .Phill ips, Master. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 2 New Levee and ,1 Tchoupitoulas st., "Sleep, sleep to-day, tormenting" cares: forty-three years ago, the religion of the

hipl Rienzi i,. .. .. .. . .Clark, No. 29 Water treet. NEW ORLEANS. ap2(O ly. Of earth: and the folly born !choir heart, bringing peace and good will on earth r",
Solemnly tang village to soften the of of forma
Fla. came rigor the religion -
Empire, (new) . . .Lewis. cc nova Apalachicola, i1
that
Un Sabbath
IJriz sweet morn. car
little six old had been observed
Bcrf not
Thomas ram, girl, :i.
Caroline E. Platt,. . Rice,
frig 1'I', a uot, Harper & Holmes, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Throughthc closed blinds: the golden sun by a lonely lady, sitting day after day on the step -'
I1rhA COMMISSION :MERCHANT Poured in beam of door to her house. It seemed belong .
No. 51 Common street. a dusty a opposite to i
"
Jlrig Cayuga,. . .. . .Ucdell,
51 Water Like the celestial ladderOf to but certain hour there it
No. street at
jrj.r] Mary,. ..II. .. . . .Richardson, NEW ORLEANS. novl ly the ancient dream. nobody ; a .
novS Apalachicola, Fla. patriarch's was, wrapped in an old shawl, crouched on the t \ \

THESE vessels being of light draft of water, J. W. Woodland &; Co. And ever and anon, the wind, cold stone, and rocking itselfpensively backwards t \

by experienced masters, are \Vnl."G. Porter & Co. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Sweet-scented with the hay, and forwards, more like an ailing old woman than ""I, :

well adapted to the trade, and will sail punctual- DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS. No. IS Commerce street, Turned o'er the hymn-book's fluttering leaves, a child. Other children played around it, but (, .1 I

ly as advertised. New Orleans, La. novl ly That on the window lay. this melancholy little being mingled not in their t It
All floods forwarded to the subscribers in No. ,11 Water Street, __
(y- U! sports, but sat silent and solitary.
--- -- -- -- ----- Long was the good man's sermon, I
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York will be shipped} free of commissions. oct20 Fla. I'
Sew ly Apalachicola, New York, New Orleans and Miscellaneous But it seemed not so: to me, Soon afterwards it was seen to peep about the
POST & PHILLIPS'OS ADVERTISEMENTS.PRINT For he spake of Ruth the beautiful, area of the lady's house, and look Wistfully at the .!,
South street, New York W. A. Wood, And still 1 thought of thee. kitchen windows. The lady who was kind to q" j

McKAY & HARTSHORNE, COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT, children, thought that the little girl might be i j
Water st AND SHIP CHANDLER WAREHOUSEIN Long was the prayer he uttered,
40 Apalachicola. But it seemed nut so to trying to attract her notice, opened the door suddenly t
me,
October 1st IS t I. 02Gy 1'0.23 Water street, NEW YORK
_- For in my heart I prayed with him, and offered it,some gingerbread.Vhen p.
E\V- YORK & APAL.CHICUL.P.CKETS.. sep30 Apalachicola, Fa. To supply the City,.Southern and Interior trade But still I thought of thee. the door opened, there was a strange, eager ex- I
by the Piece or Package. in the child's but when she
pression saw
eyes;
...
I' ..-' 'I'Bio in as Preston, No. 44 Cedar street, near William. But now, alas, the place seems changed ; I he lady she looked scared and disappointed.The .- f\
I'D. Thou art no longer here
r' COMMISSION: and FORWARDINGMERCHANT. I & BIIEWSTER give notice to ; kind voice and manner soon reassured the
;. -.:..... 'OD LEE Part of the sunshine of the scene '-1
Regular Packet Linn. in DRY GOODS, that they have removed \Vith thee did disappear. startled child, who thankfully took the offering t r

Ship Martha 'Va.hington.J J Doanc, master. Office, No. 32 Water stJ'eet-up stairs. their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED broke it up into little bits in her hand, and carried !,

Ship Floridian,. .. .. .. ..Win. Pratt, ocIU Urn :ApalachicolaFla. CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Pearl, to Though thoughts, deep-rooted my heart, it to the door-step opposite, where she again -
P W Latham No. -11 Cedar street. By confining their attention Like pine trees dark and high, took up her station. Another child, seeing the .i
Ship Uncas,...... . . Subdue of and breatheA )
Ship Emblem,. ..' . . .A L Dyer, TIios. L. Mitclicl, to PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabledto low the and light ceascUs noon sigh., gingerbread, cameup to the solitary infant, who ;)i.
AND
j Brig Manhattan,. .... .\\T II Doane, RECEIVING COMMISSION, FORWARDING] MERCHANT exhibit an assortment far suppa sing any ever gave the new comer some, and, by her gestures :, 1'1

Bris: Ann Eliza,. . . .W C Park, No. 37 Water street, before offered in America; and to sell at prices as This memory brightens o'er the Post, the-lady thought that she was informing the other );

,I BriiMetamora,. .b . .*H Ashley, nov9. Apalachicola, Fla. low, and gCTleiitlllower, than those whose attention As when the sun, concealed child whence the gift came. After waiting a con 1(
vessels are of Unlit draft of water, is cli vided,'amhlr n a large variety of articles. Behind some cloud that near us hangs, siderable time without eating her ginger-breadj

"1 1I I THESE expressly for the trade, of the best materials W.M. 11. hit'irotrcti. JOHN I. RlDGWAY. The stock consists: of several thousand: patternsand 'nines: on a d'u-raut field. the poor little girl rose dejectedly and wentaway, a r

: copper fastened and coppered, with hand- colors, embracing! every variety of AMERICAN still looking back at the house.: a
accommodations, and will sail punctually Kin through & ICid;;way, AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market; From the Philadelphia Enquirer. A day or two afterwards, the same child Was ;. :'I

is advertised. When the day of sailing; falls on COMMISSION:; & FORWARDINGM ) many styles of which arc got exclusively y furtheir FEUDS AMONG FRIENDS & RELATIVES. seen lingering about the pavement near the area* \

SundiV, the ship will sail on the Monday: followin K R C H A N T S. own sales, and Cannot be obtained elsewhere RECO:' Cll.lATlON. and holding out a bit of sugar candy in it3 tiny J I II

;. The price of passive i is 81", without liquors. Office, No. :!.j Water street-Up stair, except in second hands. It is surprising:; to notice from what trivial I fingers through the rails. I

{tj: AUoo Vfj* Liberal advances on cotton consigned to call and examine this stock, before making to offer it out of gratitude for the ginger-bread
Now York, will be shipped free of curnmissuu. A word, a jest, the hasty expression of a moment, ,
E. I). HURL15UT & CO., their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they will has, in many instances, broken the friendship of went down into the area; but as soon as she appeared "

81 South st., N. Y., or, II vrc. octet have the advantage learning the lowest market years, and been the first cause of a' bitter, remorse the child ran away. Soon again) how. 'il(\
NOURSE, STONK & CO., }price, and comparing all the most desirable and less and undying feud. Alas! for poor human c\.crj the child was at its old station, the door-step ,I

,10 Water st., Apal'a. .las. F. Farrior, fashionable styles in market, side by side. nature. The prejudices and passions of the heart, opposite. The lady had mentioned this to her! .

rp3 GENERAL IIEI'KIVIXG, 1-0 11\V.\BRING, &: f QCr!: Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every the seltishnesss and malevolence of men, are too only female servant as very odd, but received ho" H

-- ---- COMMISSION: MERCHANT, variation of the market, are placed in the handsof often the sources, not only of unkindness and pain observation in reply! \

CARDS.IiiMichael No. 9 Columbus Block, Fla.Wylic buyers. r oct7_tfn to others, but of perpetual disquiet and unhappiness One morning the door was opened to receive a Tn!;

_. ---- -- -- nov9 Apalachicola, Business. to themselves. There are in the world, too, piece of furniture, and the same child again sud-
- ------ --- Commission
-- c\; BlcKciixic, individuals who appear to take delight in foment- denly appeared and advanced stealthily towards

A. COMMISSIONMKIICIIANT.11Iycl's, COMMISSION MERCHANTS New York, March 12th, IS 11. ing trouble, in increasing misunderstanding, in the door. The lady, who was near, said, "I see f'

AUCTION K Kit AND No. .1'2 I Water'strect, $3 WITH a knowledge of business derived widening and imparting additional rancour to you!" when the child immediately retreated to

No. 3U Water street, from an experience of more than twenty years in difficulties between friends. These malignant her door-step. i
Apalachicola.AI.VA Commercial and other business pursuits, and good "This is: extraordinary," said the lady to I
no\3:; Apalachicola, Fla. > hypocrites, for they deserve no better appellation, very
'VYLtF.VlI. sepl ly facilities, the undersigned tender their services, generally profess to be extremely anxious to adjust her servant; I cannot make out what that child

II. R. Wood, : \ A. MCKENZIE as COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the pur- the trouble) to restore the confidence, and wants." t

AUCTIONEER., J. C. Allen, chase and sale of{all kinds.of Produce, and For- reconcile thefeeling: of the excited. They, how- "Madam," said theservant,bUrsting intotearsf"it I

i, Corner of Water and Centre streets. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in eign and Domestic Goods.: ever, at the same time, contrive by an artful is my child.'"

I J:>The subscriber having taken that very pro- DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, Their business will be conducted upon established word, or a half admitted insinuation, to embitterand Your child!-But go bring her in. Where

i iI tunrnt stand, corner of Centre and Water streets, GLASS, BRUSHES, &c.,&c. principles, and with a view to prompt returns infuriate both parties, and thus to convert does she live?"

I uprepared to attend faithfully and promptly to any also, for all sales: eflected, and answers to all into little better than fiends, individuals who a With my sister, and she goes to school. f

business intrusted to his care. nov5T. ./ general assortment of orders with which they may be favored. few years, or perhaps a few months before, would have told her never to come here; but the poor

HOOKS, BLANKS STATIONARY, &c., &c. Rills of Exchange drawn against shipments of not have hcsitatl-d' to make any sacrifice for the thing will come every bit of her playtime she ,.

II. V C. II. Austin, cor. of Centre & Commerce streets, Cotton or other Produce, will be duly honored on assistance of each other. It is, moreover,a strange gets. That day you thought! she was offering yoU

COMMISSION and FORWARDING nov5 Apalachicola. Fla. receipt olr Invoice and Dill Lading, or by special perversity in many minds, to be unwilling to ac- some sugar candy7; I had been to the school and

MERCHANTS, --- --- -- agreement for funds:: at maturity, with advices of knowledge an error or repair a They are given heir a penny; when school was oVer, she
II. Hull wrong.
I Office, No. 43 Water treet-Up stairs. John responsibility of drawers. naturally and and came to give mea bit of the sugar candy she had
late firm of perverse dogged, by some strange
Apalachicola, Fla. of the FOWLE DE COIN & CO., Oh ma'am have -forgive me!-
bought. mercy
Ii endeavor >
D* Liberal advances made Cotton consigned Savannah Ga. process reasoning, to convince them-
Co. ]
on |[W" ..1/. Hardce; mar30 Cm 78 Pearl street. Do not send me !"
to our friends in New Yllrkno'W AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, selves that they are acting under the influence of away
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FACTOR
and honor when in fact The lady, who had known adversity, and was
principle they are -
i I!. Ellison! V Co., Office, K o. -lb Water street, Fla.] "BLUE STORES"TIUANGLE BUILDINGS by very rt motives. Blessed are governed the not one of those rigidly righteous people who }

ItLERS IN MLSCKLLANKOUS: GOODS, oct2G( Apalachicola, Tlios. M. Doyle & Co.SIIII' peacemakers!" How very often may a truly benevolent forget the first principles inculcated by the divind

AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, A. GRKEN CHA II. CONS: CHANDLERS & GROCERS, friend, one who really wishes well to Author: of the Christian creed, looked grave, it is
CiiA-5. ,
No. 33 Water street, Fla No*. 2 & -1 Delord\ street, corner of Front Levee, all about! him, and to mankind at. large, step in, true, butdid not shrink from the lowly sinner as
,
Apalachicol.t
Green & Coiuicry,
she had
-5.Y had the become
if she plague although a
and the exercise of moderation
and
and at No. :(u Natchez street by prudence, : .
Chester & JUcGl'iff, :"COMMISSION) MERCHANTS, N. ORLEANS. forbearance, reconcile a difficulty. How truly mother before she had been made,a wife, by the
No. 2S: Water street, cavalier who had deceived and forsaken hen
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, philanthropic is the spirit which animates such a gay
No. 4 1 Water street. olJ J ]1y Apalachicola, Fla. WHOLESALE'AND RETAIL DEAL- mind How much better thus to heal and adjust, Nor did she turn her out upon the wide world,

w-OIHce, up uirs-Elltrance on Chestnut st.ApalachicoU. Oils Varnishes Turpentine awl than, to irritate and in the virtuous sternness of her indignation. To
David G. Kaiiey, ERS in Paints, by a contrary course, per-
luOfi Fla. the horror of some of her neighbors, she
t \VAILIJN1.1.t'IERClIAN'1' Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly on plex The work of reconciliation is truly Chris- great
Ft )l
COMMISSIONS told her servant that the child might come to see
Stephen T. Skill man, AND DEALI-il IN GOODS, hand, a good assortment, of the above as followsVHIT1 : tian. It is calculated to bring peace to many a the
next.
COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 43 Water stTt f't. \ ; LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos.( 1 and 2 ; troubled breast, to sooth and give balm to manyan her every Sunday, beginning with the :- ,
who moping
child
When the was no longer
Apalachicola, Fla. aitatedmind and wounded heart-to convert
also, jan29 tin White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red; ; admittedto
creature which it had been before it was tJ
hatred into love harshness into kindness and to
,
Agent for the Gardner, Yellow and Oxford Ocrcc; Ivory Black; make reflection the ashamed ofJUl' the mother, heard this, she immediately and ,
badge us, by on past, I
| CROTONMUTUAL: ) INSURANCE CO., Chrome Green and Saxon do; and t
(
) "How nightsis
days
GROCERS & COMMISSION::: MERCHANTS, Blue Black ( moments of petulance and passion, and anx- anxiously: inquired, many
of tilt City of J1 ru' Yor'1.. Spanish and French Brown; ; .'" .
it
street to Sunday
Water
No h) ious to avoid such errors and imperfections for the ;
No.33 Water street-Up stairs.Apalachicola. 0rJ- Particular attention paid, to pulling up family Green and Blue Verdittcr; future. Some may sneer at this: to me there is something I

L'r5 Fla. btcaulboat: and ship stores. Chrome Yellow and Orange do; What nobler task could an individual be engaged painfully affecting in the quiet, subdued ..,
and Cobalt
Apalachicola, Fla. FINE COLORS :-Ultamarine ; of shame timidly
h'clS demeanor of this offspring; ,
in than that of friends i
bringing: together
E. Wliitmarsli, do :
Yellow Lake and Crimson ; of her who had
obtain glimpse I
to
(formerly IVJtitinardi Sf Itidiardson,) JOEL W. PERKY. Wai. C. DICKINSON. Drop do. and Antwerp Hlue; Indian Red; and relatives who had been long paratcd-ep- watching borne it,! an when a happier children are never l
arated too trivial some hasty age
by some cause, by
t Dealer in & Dickinson, Chinese Vcnnilliun ; English do; without those of enjoyments, the caresses J
Perry greatest
.1.I ; word harsh allusion whichat
expression
by some or
CONFECTIONARY
UlUbre
GOOpS GROCERIES! Vandyke Brown Turkery ; of the of this
COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, ; the time not meant to offend or wound.It .- of a mother. Think misery poor i
VEGETA1JLES &c.f -tec., York do was
Brown
stairs Terra de Seinna Purple ; ; the instinct of longing
; from mere
street-Up child driven
No. 42 Water ,
No. 2 | Green
frig Apalachicola, Fla. nov:; Apalachicola, Fla. Crocus Martis; Mineral ; peevish, fretful and out of humor to imagine insult for its parent, to the staid demeanor of age,whilst p
____ Emerald and Paris Green, &c., ice. the other merry little ones were sporting aroundit.
4 where nothing of the kind was intentIctI.-
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil ; Do. boiled; what she must have suffered as she;
Francis Kopmaii, Think p
We
P. Hobart, We all, too, have peculiar moods. have K
MANUFACTURER ANU DEALER IN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil; our hours of gloom, discontent and dissatisfaction. gazed, day after day, at the frowning door that
HATS &c. Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 0,01)0,000; than all the world's value to her. "
CLOTHING
more
SHOES DRY GOODS. shut out I
CABINET FURNITURE, At such times we are universally sensitive.
t3I No. stairsApalachieola. Cheap fur Cash, Varnish do. of all sizes; will stir into passion, Think of the suffering mother dreading to lose; i'
1trJ. 42 Water street-Up Hair The slightest thing\ ( Ui or
No. 1 to S Badger ; of
Fla. Chestnut-Street Apalachicola, Fla. Sash Tools from ; with her place and character the means supporting -
octl induce us to utter something harsh or complain-
,
and round
flat
Artists': Sable Filchers, ; her hapless, prematurely old infant.- II
Miller &; Co. Brusselsdo Blinders of all sires: ; ing. It is at such moments that difficulties are thou hast much to answer for!
t.
k James F. Farrior, ; to arise. We cannot bear even ordinary railing Oh man, man, t tA
..4It.\Un.s IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SIIOES, PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, i\ and ill long apt while the remotest allusion to offensive

HATS, &,c.Chesnut. Apaluchicola, Fla. Stock and Kalsomine Brushes; is any act white man, says the Picayune, of the name t tof
at
or sore point, once regarded as an
subject
Cor. Water and streets Block. Marking Brushes, round and flat; Rrown, and a black man by the name of ,
No. 0! Columbus and
Office, and This too know,
()(j- of outrage. we
Apalachicola Fla. CG- Hu would respectfully solicit the patronage: Scrubing and Shoe brushes; realize wrong ourselves in our calm and thoughtful White,lately attacked a man on the levee,by the :
and Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do; the name of Ifcen. After a hard tussel, the aggrieved -
of his friends acquaintances. moments. But we lack the nerve to admit
C2co. S. Hawkins, Whitewash and Mop uo; party lashed the black man White, and .

1 11TOR NE.Y fc COUNSELLOR AT LAW, II. K. Wood, VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do; error, to take back the harsh: expression we hold may out licked the white man Brown. A
have used, to prefer an apology, and to o }
1
((83- Office-Upstair*, Cabinet and Furniture do; *
1d Ica NOTARY PUBLIC, Polishing the hand of reconciliation. How fatal has this -
J 1 Columbus Block, Water street, Mastic, for Pictures, &c. and dumb being .
(J( a Office, cor. Centre and Water street, t obstinacy been to the happiness of, many .A Ftu1Kweffss.-Adeaf person
Apalachicola, Fla. WINDOW GLASS-2,300< bogs assorted sizes of ?" took and s
oct2Gly Apalachicola, Fla. slight offence, and perhaps one that was never in- asked what is ttrgivness a pencil,
French, English and American. of wrote containing volume of the most exquisite -
A. G. Semincs, fended has increased: with the strength years, a reply
Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats, and I deep truth in these words p
ATTORNEY A '1' LAW.fc' A. L. Clements, ocr with by the nursings:i of moody thought, the insinuations poetry, ,
b0' ..\u. 2 Ga pl. Simmwts NOTARY PUBLIC, Shipping and Plantation use; together a and misiepresentations of pretended, friends, it is the odor n lJ ch!)utters yield when tram ,
1 limldiiig :line, too num- :
Painting "
'
of articles in the
of street, val cty been explained in a pled upon.
'l1J.Jycor. Centre & Commerce btreetd.Apaljichicch No. 23 Water : ment J jyli 1t 1 Y and thus, what might have
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!:-L- _.. MEXICO.The Proceedings.
--1CO LATE FROM City Council ; Car .
ADVERrrISER.APALACIIICuLA THE ELECTION.The schooner Creole arrived at New Orleanson COUNCIL CHAMBER ON BOARD SHIP

L'IEllUIAIJ' returns of the Election come in very slow- the 4th instant, with the following intelligencefrom Thursday Evening Nov lith, 144. \ East Pas/, Nov.TUSKIN.t. :
lS.
ly.Ve give below, however,the full returns for Vera Cruz, for which we ale indebted to Council met this evening. Present Babcock David G. DEAR Sm:-WE, the J S
SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1844. the I the New Orleans The C. sailed from II aney, :Mayor: ; Councilmen Roberts, undersigned, paSSe
with Picayune.
exception -
Senators: from the several districts Farrior Clements and Simmons. on board the Ship Tuskina, from ers
New
_ THE NEXT PRESIDENT. of the West, and a list, as far as we have Vera Cruz on the 22d ultimo. She brought overa : The Minutes of the last meeting were read and Apalachicola, beg leave Yo v *to
large number of passengers: the greater pro- approved. The Clerk reported the returns of the respectfully to t
The story is ere this told, and although we received Ahem, of the Representatives to the portion of whom are the. fate Perote prisoners.=- I Harbor Master and \Veigh Masters Hughes, Fos- our sincere acknowledgements to the Captain er

I have not received full returns of the election, Council, from the several counties. There are Below will be found a list of their names. fur- ter and Shepherd, for the month of October last, Officers, for their kind and gentlemanly *

J t i i we presume that sufficient information is at hand i I eight counties yet to hear from. came nished in by the one Creole of ,the saved number.from the Three ship seamen Eliza- which. Mr. Farrior were read presented and ordered the bill on file.of W. Valleau, during our voyage. We further beg leave treat ent

to argue confidently that JAMES K. POI.K and SENATORS.Western beth, from Liverpool to New Orleans, wrecked City Clerk and Treasurer for two quarters salary- press our high opinion of their skill andship !earntx.*
)
GEORGE 1\[. DALLAS hold the strings of Government District.* off the South coast of Cuba. which was passed and allowed at $200 (no. and respectfully recommend
for them ft"
lIe also
Whigs. Dem'sWalker presented the hill of C. Thigpen to
for the next four years. Whether they Anderson, of Escambia,. . 1 For the information of their friends, we give one quarter's salary, to 22d September last, as confidence and patronage of our friends and !
_ the names of those who have been left behind in Marshal allowed at t th
whicn and
will direct and the delicate City was passed Yours
so manage many questions Dr. of Jac1 N A Lonsr, Mexico :-D F Barney, Daniel Davis, Charles $10(1( 00.
now agitating the public mind, as to conduce U.mV J Kelly, of Escambia.1 McLaughlin, William Winnie, T Parker, jr., Wm He also presented the bill of Cornelius Gradyfor Jos. Foster, B. S. Hawley,

I t to the prosperity! of the government ; or JlfidJle District. M Shepperd, William II Moore, James Wilson, repairing Engine House, which was passed and C. S. Russell, W. A. Wood*

ri whether, elated with success, they will disregard! Jas: M Gilchrist, of Gadsden,. . 1 Win Atwood, Adam Masier, Theodore D Mal- allowed at $65 00. C. 'V. \Vor.dinV.. T. Wood'
I Thomas Baltzell, of Leon,. . . 1 the, left sick in Puebla. The Mayor presented his two accounts for two J. L Fitch, H. McKay,
the public will, as it may from time to time be Wm D Merely, of Jefferson,. . . 1 We learn that no new measure had been taken quarter's salary up to the 1st October, which were D. C. Russell, J. N. Cammlnes,

-- ., manifested, and seek. only for a continuation of J B Richardson, of Madison,. . 1 for the renewal of the war against Texas. The passed lIe also and presented allowed at his62 bill 50 for each.Lumber amount- C. Dickinson, M. B. ,Avery

j power, time alone can determine. We, at least, A G Johnson, of Hamilton,.. .. 1 espousals of Santa Anna and his new bride were ing to $10, which was referred to Committee. on A. F. Parker, E. B. Ballou

will not attempt to prophesy. Our only business Eastern District. celebrated in.truly royal style-by proxy-he being Claims. C. Gray, Thos. Turner

in this matter will be to hope that the friends of Isaiah D Hart, of Duval.1 upon his estate of Mango de Clavo, and the lie also presented the certificate of II. F. Simmons To Capt. Williams and Officers,

Jesse Carter, of Columbia .. . 1 lady in the city of Mexico. ;, Chairman Committee on Improvements, i nov23: It of Ship Tuskina,
I the administration may "verify their predictions, Benj A Putrnan, of St. Johns'. . 1Sohn Poor Navarro's case is represented as most des- that John Cunningham is entitled to S3-t for clean-

I f and that its opponents may prove false prophets. Broward, of Duval,. . . 1 perate, it being Santa Anna's apparent intentionto the.ing beach oll'and and removing from the the south logs end, rubbish of Commerce, &c., on -- =

In the bitterness of a highly excited party canvas Southern District retain him confinement for lite. street, which was referred to Conuniut'l'on: Claims. COMMElTcTlLTCOTTOX:

.4 !?, much has: been said on either side, that detracts Temple Pent, cf Monroe,. . . .1 The following is a list of tn1 names of the Also: an order Committee on Streets on the ---==--=

from the dignity of the country, and in the Geo W Macrea, do. .". . 1 Texan ,prisoners released on the IGth September Treasurer for $10, on account of labor...done in .MARKET.
by the Mexican Government, and arrived in the grading Centre ctrccr, which was referred to Committee -
eyes of foreign powers must render questionablythe 5 v" American schooner Creole: on Claims The arrival of several steamers from the i interior

stability of our institutions. An unhiassed There are four senators chosen in this district, Col. William S. Fisher, Capt. J. G. \V. Pearson Mr. Farrior presented the bill of A. Hancock has imparted a little more life to basing
and it is not known positively as vet, whether for (62) which referred Committee
Capt. .T. II. Baker Capt. Claudius Butter, $147 was to on and
reader, forming his opinions wholly from the Col. Sam'l C Bellamy>,> (whip Jackson, or Col.! Quarter :Master! F.I.. ,Gib-on, Lit>ut. Wm. A. Claims. generally our reported sales of the week

i sentiments emanating from the ultra presses, 11 J Floyd, (dem) of this (Franklin) county, i? Clopton, Lieut. A. A. Lee, Lient. F. \V. Doug- He also presented the bill of C. Grady for show some transactions in the cotton trade, rt:

whether democrat would that elected. Our latest iriti-lli.qtence, (unofficial) give lass. Privates:-S. C. Lyons, John Harvy, G. $.tj SO, which was referred to Committee on quality of the new crop which has
: whig or suppose Floyd, two votes majority.REPRESENTATIVES.. Lord James: Young, John McOinlev, L. D. F. Claims. appeared Ihnj
with the elevation of either candidate, the last Edwards, G. R. Brush, Wm. II. H:Friend-Iey, lie also presented the receipt of. Committee on far is not good-a very small portion rangfe:! ,

I anthem to liberty would be sun:;. But we opine Western District. A. D. Headenburs, Wm Gibson, S. A. Barney, Streets: for 40 Cypress i'ots, for' the use of the above Middling. The recent arrivals have 'nc!
P. M. Bowman Wm. K. Davis E. II. Pitts city, received fiom John Giimore at 75 cenrseach,
Whi Dem's.Escambia : been
confidence in institutions ? yet sampled, they are reported to be
differently-our republican Henry .Tourneay T.V.. Bell.T., H. Livergood, wliich was alto referred to Committee on Claims. of beUter
F E de LaRua .1
County- ,
i in the patriotism of our people, and the Francis Arthur, G. W. Trahern, 11. W. Turner, An application was received from the Apalachicola quality than the first picking, many pane!
Walton-Alex Turner, . . . .1 Temperance Society, requesting the use of
A. S. Shurman, Matthew Alexander, A. Arm- and
leaders, both whig and democratic, give us the fair upward. Our classifications are
John Wilkinson .
Santa Rosa i..l
.' < strong. G. W. Clark, Isaac Zumwalt, W. Van- the Council Chamber on Friday f \'Cninzwhich iery
t assurance that the area of Freedom, if not extended Washington-Jas M Long,. . . 1 dike, John Brannam, James Peacock, John :Mills: was read by the Clerk, and on motion oi Mr. Koberti rigid this season fully up to the New OrW,

1 would at least not have been circumscribed Jackson-A H Bush and J Chapman.2 L-awson ilIgVilis Cpclandm.. II. Tellers, ?, seconded by )lr. Farrior, aid request was standard. We quote from the sales made-Ordi.nayy .

Calhoun-Joel Porter,. . U . 1 Mark: Rogers, 15. Z. Boone, John Toopes, John granted.
r a single inch under any result that could Franklin-Dr. S W Spencer,. . 1 Tannev, J. R. Runnion, Samuel McFall, It. P. On motion, the Council then adjourned.. 3J TI 4c; Middling a 4| ; Middling Fair
have occurred. We have watched the of Boswell J. A. (ilasscock; Jacob iimpliries, Jas. .--- --- -Fair-The sales of the week amount to
111
course Middle District. --- ----------- --- ---- -- --.

__ __ __ 1- HENRY CLAY, through weal and through woe, Gadsden-A K Allison & I Ferguson,. 2 Calvert Overton,,Levi rlljmag Williams Davis,, J.J. McCutcheon B. Berry:: '1'. J. ,Sen-D. MARINE INTI ( bales: viz:-30 at .t-1G ; SO at 4};. 16 aJ445|;

I as the public servant and the private citizen-in Leon-Gen. Thos Brown, Dr. Jas H sibaugh, \\'hitehn1't't, C. S. Kt'ltey I E. B. __ ._ -00. ____. at 4 J ; G at 4J ; 47 at 5 cents.
I every situation we have found him alike the patriot Randolph &, AlexCromartie,. .3 Jacltson2 \Villiam Kai ler, 11. Y. :Morel: F.V.. - - One Freight engagement to Boston at Jc. since
Jeffers"on-Thos J Heir and Jno L T. I1rrisonTilliamMiddleton.: H. B. King, A. PORT OF APA4ACIIICOLA..OV. 23.;

H f! and statesman, and we have no fear of oerstep- Taylor I . . . . . 2 J. Rowark, John McMullen, T. R. Nelson, A. -- ---._------------- our last.
4 ping our neutrality by saying, that even now, in MflliSOfl-TIaVS, . (Independent) Matthews, Henry ::Muller I). C. Sullivan, F. CLEARED.

J his defeat, when party rancor shall have been Hamilton-Ivcy,. . ... . .1 Crubbs, Charles Hensley' John hotter, F. White, Schr Cornelia, Stark, for St Mark COTTON STATEMENT.Stock .
r Willotighby.. G. N. Downs. :M.: P. Pilley, on hand 1st sept..3
Waukulla Nathaniel Walker ... 1
quelled, there is not a man, woman or child, who John Sweazy, Frances Riley, P. :\Mosewell? ATI HIVED. Received this week..a. ....I,86'

.; has learned to appreciate the rich heritage of a Eastern District. (;. Lewis, P. A. Ackerman, William Surgeant, Ship 1'I.1 kina, Williams! from New York, to previously,.... h" .1,326 .
St. Johns-W A Forward & Wm W \Villiam Davies, lIt'nryT James Neely, Xoursc, Stone & Co. 3,191 balej!
t claim, now or hereafter, to the name of an American Lori n ,.. . . . . 2 H. Brown, II. II. Oats, T. A. Thompson, A. B. Ship Florence. Leach, firm X York! Master.. Exported this week. .... .... ...000
citizen, whose heartstrings will not virbrate Duval-Phillips, (dem) and (Chrichton H.inner, S. Goodman, E. Smith, D."1I. Van- Bark Holla{ iberson, fm Sew York, to \V G '* previously.... hl* ....457;

.1' with a livelier pulse at each mention of that (whig) . . . . .1 1 veghlen, David II. Beesely, II. II. Roberts, Porter Co. >> _J57 "
Columbia-No returns. Henry Bridger, DavidAllen. E. IillonVm.. Bark Ri*=?ia., Larrabee., fin Bath, Me, to J) B Stock on hand not cleared,. .... .2,7JU "
9 time-honored name. HENRY CLAY is one of Dunbar, J. T. Dillon, J. Watkms, .TohI1 ans- Wood & Co.
Alachua do. A.V.. Alexander G.V.. Bush John --- ------- -- --- -----__-
L America's jewels, among the brightest of her Nassaudo.. berry Lanv., Schr Octavia, Churchill, fm X York, McKay :
PASSENGERS.Per .
( diadem, and if he is not elected to the Presidency Musquittod3 The New Orleans Bulletin says:-We learn by &Schr Hartshorne.Cornelia, Stark, fm X Orleans, Master.:: ship Tnkma-H S Hawley, lady,child and

1I it is not for want of ability or political Ben ton- do this arrival, that very large amount of ammunition Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm X Orleans. Een'ant11'5; E J Wood!, 3Ies=:rs II McKayJIB

LU honesty, but because he has openly opposed the Hillsboroughdo has been already received at Vera Cruz, principally Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fm Eufaulu. Avery, E B Ballou, J L Fitch, C Wording
Marion do from England, preparatory to an invasionof Steamer Lowell. :Moore: fin Columbus. lirayr 1' Wood, J N Cumntings, J FosterV
fl principles of the dominant party. The demo- St. Lucic-No representat ati ye. Texas. The army destined for the same purpose Steamer Siren, Van Veghten, fm Browns Ferry. A Wood, C S Russell, Rev C Dicl insoD.Dlt1l3o
cracy of the country, doubtless with equal zeal, was slowly] increasing by forced rerrnits. Steamer Oconee, Greer, from Columbus.: sell, A Parker.
Southern District. Two new vessels of war, it i is also stated, are
Flat Shoals Marianna.. Per bark Kolla-W G Porter, lady, child and
Barge ,
: i sincerity and devotedness to the interest of the Monroe-Alex Patterson.1 building in England for the Mexican: navy. It was -- servant, C A Green and lady. Miss Leland,Rer

I Ei whole, deem the measures advocated by thejwhig' Dade-John P Baldwin,. . . . 1 not believed, however, that any demonstration LIST OF VESSELS IX PORT. A 11 Hart, Rev Mr Perry, R Crane, J Downer,*
would be made until spring. :Santa Anna had hada I .
SHIPS.Tnskirn C Itoblmi, W It Kuan, and 5 in the stt>tra;,.
!t1 party and Mr. CLAY, as their leader, as subvei- 11 I 1-J triumphal with his bride, from the cap- : ; charter-
----- progress>> William5', 420 tons, freight or Per ship Florence-W S Demarel, lady, child
I sive of the general welfare. Hence, in these ital to his: haciendo, near Vera Cruz. Xourse: Stone & Co. and and in the .
3
.,1 Steamer Propelled by a Fan.-We learn _ _ servant, steerage.Per
,; convictions, they have elvate.d JAMES K. POLK from. the English papers that a boat constructedon I -- have Florence, Leach, 267 ton, discharging-"Master.ColloMi steamer Champions-Mrs J C Cadwallader,
Orat01'YThey some
Thrilling very IUR(!' ":S. :Mrs Duncan, A Mi-Bride, C Gardner LeaC. ,
I : to the Presidency a gentleman of high order of the principle of a "fan" propeller has'been brave orators in hoosierdom:, ; that fact there i is no : : :IcDonald: >,> :399 ton>,> Liverpool Day Geese, Sayler, and 6 on deck.

r, ii r talents, a private character irreproachable, and a launched at Greenwich, and a very successful experimental disputing, if we admit that the reporters translate vV: Co.Ruaia Per steamer Siren-A T Bennett, Plameraad
trip performed in her. The boat is them aright,and of course they (lon't do anything :: Larraber, :i i'J: (0) ton>,> Boston, loading: -D B Well
kt devotion republican principles unimpeachable. named the \Iystery-is of about fifty tons burthen else,"* a* the following !specimen of lofty and Wood $c Co. Per steamer Lowell-S II Harthorne, lady and
rtc As we said in the begininjr, so say we now, I and twenty horse power. The engines are fixed burning eloquence will testify:-- Kolla, Gibeison; 243 tons, Boton-\V:: G Porter child, :S- Cain and lady, H Hubbard.

t, time alone can determine whether the verdict of lengthways in the vessel. The propeller is similarly "Americans This is a ::reat, country-wide- N; Co.Metamoni Per steamer: Charl.:5ton-H: B Stone, \V Rid*
; constructed to the fan of a windmill, and, nr.lr.--. ardson, teVCflS.
>> vast-and in the southwest, unlimited. Our Re-
I the people has been a righteous one.Ve trust like the !screw, i is fiixed to ihe stern. It possesses public i is yet distincd to re-annex all S. America Ashby, 195 ton?, Xew York-B Elli- Per steamer :Siren Mr Dusenbury, J GRtnu J,
t I it will prove so. In whatever} : hands the government a twofold action-one perpendicular, which on Cc CDW T Orniati, Gibson, Singletary.
the Russian and
-to occupy possession, againto L .Ton"5 220 New York
Tyler, : tons, -Harper Per steamer: Oconee: -H "W Brooks and lady,
may be placed, we hope to see it well administered regulate* her speed, and the other horizontal, recover possession of those British provinces, &; Holme Mrs Patrick J Partridge Rutherford SLft ofo'
,
,
\ and in the late contest we feel well which describes half a circle, and regulates her which the prowess:: of the old tlfirteen colonies :Manhattan, l>oane, 1-16 ton, Xew York-Xours!', mono
steerage. won from the French on the plains: of Abraham Stone (\r Co.
1 t assured that there was too much intelligence and This latter action of the fan" is of such power all rightfully ours to re-occupy. Ours is a great Paragon, Bravton>,> 2iO tons, freight or charterTL IMPORTS.

patriotism, on either side, to leave upon any, but the while supersedes the use ofa rudder, it can and growing country. Faneuil Hall was its Cra- \l1tchel.Empirt NEW YORK-Per ship Florence-219 bait
a diseased mind, the slightest apprehension of thecountry's I, wheel the boat round as if she moved upon a pivot dle!-but whar-whar will be found timber Lewis( 219!:) tons, Xew York-\IcKay & iron, 102 pks! mJze, to Lockhart &: Young; M

I : ruin. and continue to spin her round and round enough lot its coffin ? Scoop all the water out of llart-h rue. \\T T \\' ood: 797 bar iron,, 528 pea castillgs it;;
SCHOONERS.Octavia pkgs nldzt" Xourse Stone Co 5 ::5 H HclmllaoD;
_ like without making head stern ;
a top, or way, the Atlantic Ocean, and its: bed would not : Churchill, 147 tons, :c Orleans-:McKaytV : Ii3V S Demarel 142 Harper & Holmes 5 Perry
The New York Tribune states the value what little the tide or wind efii t. ; ;
00- except may afford a grave sufficient for its corpse.; And yet ; Ilartshorne. Dickinson; 2 J Day & Co; 13 \Vylie & McKen-
j, foreign merchandize imported into that city, This peculiar action of the fan" can be attachedto America has scarcely grown out of the gristle of Christina: Godfrey, 59 tons, freight or charter- zie; 11 McKtv & Hamhorne; 7.1 IlK TayIori'I' j
S any sailing vessels, from a line-of-battle ship i ? What is ? She is ,Muster.FAMILY; H C II \.uStin 2SSCbifie1'J
from Jan. 1 to Nov 1, IS 11, a period of ten boyhood. Europe Europe no \ : ; It-r F Baltzell; ;
down to a collier, and can he worked by hands totally : ... .; IOV
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whar: nothing; circumstance: ; a cypher; a mere -- -- -- -- --.--- -- --- D B Wood &; Co; II Green & Conneryj
-- -- ---
: months, to be $G9, 72,305: of which $:r>!),<;G l-, uriconnectyd with steam, It power thoughnot obsolete idea. We have faster steamboats, swifter GROCERIES &c.&c. AVERY & A &; P C Kai; 2 A Downer.

: 613 were duitable govods, and$1 OOOSQQO( not du so great as when worked by steam, is such locomotives, larger creeks, bigger plantations, Per bark Itolla-- 2!) bars iron, 880 castings, 9
No. Water
2 have
tiable. that it would enable a ship of the line to bring better mill broader lakes street, just open- pkgs nidze \V G Pcnter fc Co; 26 McKay i'Hart;
,
privileges
higher
mountains
both her broadsides to bear against an in ed>,> a larjy assortment of Family Groceries, Domestics home; 33:: T Mttchel; 931) B Wood Co; &
about! two minutes. N. Y. Com. enemy deeper cataracts, louder thunder, forkeder Prints, Boots: Shoes, &.c., which they bars iron, 5-12 pc. castings:: ; 631: pkgs mdze GreeD
Jlnv. ,
ti The Mexican
frigates
j r : Frigates.-Thcs : so lightning, braver men, handsomer: women and
nov"23w *
J offer for sale on reasonable t terms & Connery; 205 W A Wood; 11 Kimbronga
long in the harbor of New York, are shortly to more money than England dar have [Thundering lidgwav; 3 Perry Dickinson; 37 H R TaIo!
Jew York Money Market) Specie, 8 c.-The is afraid i TORK, MACKEREL, &c., &c. l5Scliiflr ,
applause.Vho 5 ll-; hawley; b.:) Xour, Stone & Co;
returned from Vera
sail
Captain Espino having Tribune of the Sth saysThe Great Western i: :5 bbls! No. 1 Extra Clear Pork ; ; 3 J Oft; 80 Locdlart! & Young; 333 ba.fJ
Cruz with the money to pay for their repairs. will take: to morrow about half a million. The Sale of a Church Living.Yesterday the sale 20 half and qr do No. 1 :Mackerel ; iron, 214 pkgs nidze Harper & Holmes; 472 JD ?

-J- Commodore Moore, of Texas, i is in New York Victoria for London had 8100>,>000 in American by =Auction of the important church preferment, 4 cases Lobsters (in 1 & Qib Canisters,) &; Co. .
halves, and $27,800 in gold and silver, together consisting of the advowson, the next presentationto hermetically sealed ; Per schr Octavia-20S pcs castings,141 bare iron
-F Erwpr and intends, if possible, to capture the frigates 8127,500. The Havre packet Baltimore takes St. Neots, Suffolk, took j>lace at the Action .') do Salmon, do do do. 333: pkgs mdze Mclvav & Hartshorne; 9 Sbo ,

t when they leave our waters. something over $100,001)( ), and the Independence Mart. It was described as"'bein'orth twelve 2 do Sardines:;, in whole & half boxes. Stone '. : Co; 107 W G Porter 5s Co; SI peso 211*p.!
$150,000 in gold. Theseshipmentsofspecie and year purchase, at the sum of 8,000. The annual For sale low byE ings, 68 pkgs mdze Wylie & McKenzie; :
I J Black Tongue.-This dangerous disease is the prospect that more will go have alarmed some income was stated to be, after deducting WHITMARSH Tdylor; 217 bars iron, 65 pugs mdze Kimbrooga! *!
1 T H & C H Austin 30 T L 3Iice! t
Ridgway
: I, quite prevalent about four miles from Cincinnati, of Wall-street operators, and this has addedto j;132. Gs. Sd. for poor rates. &c., 1:710., in ad- _nov-23 29i! _Water street. 135 bars iron; 73 pkgs! mdze Harper, &; Holmes1 1
panic occasioned by the political intelligence. dition to which the glebe comprised J3 acres, 2 w A
at Cummingsville and vicinity. A number of >> Green & C0I111t'ryn II Ellison &; Co; 237 ..
deaths have occurred from it. Money is scarcely so easy as during the last few rods and 30 perches of excellent land, with a parsonage T UAIBEH.-3U.UUO feet of White Pine boards:; Wood; 14(> S Scliiifer; 25 J Day fc Co: 1:&,
months,and loans are made at 5 a G per cent. We : house. The real income derived from the .LJand |plank, landing: from barque Russia. Faircluld; 290 pcs castings, 169 pkgs mdze KoW11'

: 1:. Charles could only hear of one case where a loan was commutation, value of the glebe land>,> and surplicefees For sale by D WOOD &, CO., Allen tc Co; 11 P Hobart; 40to order. !
'j Jl Sensible remark.-Mr.Stuart,of the made at .t 1J. The Banks are not contracting to was derived as follows:-from tithes, -e 780. no" :.!.T 29 Water street. Per ship Tuskina-73 pkgs mdze to )Ica!.?;

-t ?r'' ton Mercury, in noticing the withdrawal of Mr. any extent, but are using the present position of lOs., glebe land .;CSU., and surplice fees ..c 20., T--EMONS.-21)--: ) buxcs::; fresh Lemons:: now land- Ilartshorne AV G Porter & Co; 121 IlajP*'

-1. ; i :r Yeadon from the Editorship of the Courier, sags : affairs to raise the rate interest.; 300,00u Mexican which were subject to the deductions above stated. J-Jing, {for sale by J DAY & CO., Stone Holmes; 35 Lockhart & Young& Co13; 201 fV""
Hill
k Co 21 Dawson
'J Any man who would be an Editor, when he dollars are daily expected here, part of the The living is situated about nine miles from the uov23 f>2 Water street. Co :?6 W A;Wood ,3 N Seymour; 1 F KopmaD;
;
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Mexican indemnification market town of of St. Edmund's and five AverY
Bury from
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: could be anything else,has a most unnatural taste money. 12.3 loberrs, Allen &; Co; i1 11 McKay 93
I Stowmarket, and is known in the immediate locality S..r\I.r-suII: sacks. Salt, on Consignment! for & J one ,; W6 B S hawley; 153 Wyliezie & ) _
I for aloes and rhubarb! Jl J\ovel Set.-A capital illustration of the as Rattlesdon.' The number of acres is ) Cash, byNOURSE ; :43 11 It Taylor: 2 \\' A &; P C. K.;'*)0' elU v*

't f 'heads 1 Win and tails lost about 3; UO, and the Rev. James Baker, who is 7o STONE & CO., A, Dickinson; 13: C Gray; 3 T E Green ood'td.5
TIle CJntrcli of Rome.-It is stated that in you principel, is I years of age, is the incumbent. The property nov23: 4(5(; Water street. II tc C II Austin: 10 Js Foster; 1 J ?
the of the Yankee
found in proposition -
to bet
;" I. the Church of Rome, throughout the world, girl was put up) at ;5,000( guineas, and after an anim-"- Miller & Co 6 Fitch & Wordm; 14 order. "
Polk's election with
on any respectable good looking bwt HAVANA SEGARS R'LEtNS-Per Champlon-
1 PCA Ann
t i::1: there are now 117 archbishops, 5S1 bishops, 71U ted competition, was knocked down at G,600 ; NEW 0 steamer Holrn 1 ;
young man, on the following terms:-The l Jy5UUU Havana and Rio Cofilje l 80 PCS bagging, 3 (pkgs mdze Harper & .
London Sun. ;
guineas.- ; ; bag.
It U vicars apostolical, 9 prefects, and 200,000,000 stakes shall be the parties: if Polk is elected, I New Orleans: Sugar; ; Corn in Sacks::; ; 20 Lockhart I & Young; 2 II R Taylor; 10P \

: i members. win, and marry the gentleman who bets againtsme f1Cr': The JVaverly.-The new Bowling Alley Northern and Western: Flour, &c., &c. Sing; 10 coils rope B :S. Hawley; 16 pkg:!muzeG
_ I.J: ; if he is notelected: the gentleman wins and Part which has just been received steamer J Moses; 18 Dodge te Gardner; S M Sayte'Geese ,
I i"::: r c'omfortfor the Milleritcs.-Fourier said thatl' marries me.' We should not be surprised if some attached to this establishment, will be thrown Champion, and the balance daily per expectedfrom ; 4GO A D McBride; ISO) order.

) 1 the world would not be destroyed until 73,000 who have hazarded large sums of money in the open on Monday next, those wishing to spend an New Orleans, per Schr. Relief. S PRODUCE.
l'' t present contest, should wish in the end they had odd hour will find this L RECEIPTS OF ,t.
had or so, always a pleasantand For sale by C LeBARON, tobacco, 6 bales
; : years more passed away. Per steamer Siren-12 bxs iJ
_ j f. staked their persons winners.provided decently good looking agreeable longing place. nov22 3U Water street. ton T Preston, 14 B Hawley, 5 bxs tobacco
1 gals were the [c.
i Dankgiving.-Governor Fenner of Rhode : 03- The Shekspeare, under the managementof Tailoring EstablisSimciit. order. bates _QttOJJ t to

_4 Island, has set aside the 2Sth of the present, and Truth.-The inquiry of truth, which is the Augustus Smith is now in successful operation PHE subscriber, having just arrived from New Per steamer& IIartshorne CharIeston-2S9, !00 Lockhart &; Io nV jtlIcKay

r Governor Bouck, of New York, the 12th day oft love making or wooing of it-the knowledge of 1 York, with a splendid stock of Cloths, Cas- Perry \t liekinson, 69 \\, G Porter & Co,58 J-

1; December next, as a day of thanksgiving andprayer. truth, which is the presence of it-and the be- KThe: Hon. John C. Calhoun, Secretary of simeres, Vt-stings, &c., of the most fashionable lie & McKenzie.Per t D
; lief of truth, which is the enjoying of it-is the State, has returned to Washington.from his visitto styles, which he is prepared to make up in the steamer J..owell-t91 bale cottonWood 14,.J.he
; sovereign good of human nature. The first cre- South Cirolina. most fashionable manner, and at such prices that & Co, 29 McKay & Hartshorne,

V ation of God in the work of the days was lightof will give satisfaction to his customers. The business &; :McKenzie. TP1c,.
in Ireland. _.
Victoria It is rumored that tobacco
--
bxs
) Queen Per steamer Siren-55
III i sense-the last of reason-and his under
was light will be the entire of
of intends Dublin I CAPS.-A choice assortment of Otter management 12 bales cotton T H & C H Austin. p B
the England ,
Queen visiting FUR
II sabbath work ever since is the illustration of his WM. C. LAWRENCE, who is well known as a bales cottonWood
and Muskrat Caps, for sale low Per steamer Oconee-S03 ;
: during the present month. spirit. First he breathed light into the face of B ELLISON & CO.by person that i is fully competent to suit the taste of & Co, 115 E P Butts, CO HiU, VaW eCo,

manand still he breathes and inspires light into nov23 33 Water the most fastidious, from his long experience in Co, 46 J B Hill & Co, 100 Nourse, Stone
Jjppointmentby the President.-3w.J.wright, I the face of his chosen. Certainly it is heaven street. this business. I' shall continue to keep a first 26 McKay & Hartshorne. w 1 Da1

1. of Ohio, to be consul of the United States for the' upon earth to have a man's mind move in charity, BEEF,' MACKEREL, CODFISH, &c. rate assortment of Goods:: for Garments, togetherwith Per barge Flat ShoaU- bales cotton

4 port of Samt Jago de Cuba, in the place of Mich- rest in providence, and turn upon the poles of half bbls Fulton Market Beef; an assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, &Co. __ -
truth.-Bacon. 10 half and 20 qr bbls No. 1 Mackerel ; Shirts, Stocks, &c., to fit out a gentleman's ward "- -_ -**' = fon

ael Mahon, deceased. 10 do No. 2 Mackerel ; 10 kits Salmon ; robe, and shall use every exertion to give satisfaction CANDLES.-J received *r

Legislature (:5. The St. Louis Republican says that the 25 half and qr bbls Connecticut River Shad ; that will make it an inducement for those SPERM 100 boxes New Bedford
has chosen Whig
,
i I .#:}- Delaware a ; story of tile klllinl; of ten United Stales Dragoons, 25 boxes Codlish, for sale by favoring me with their custom to continue to Candles, for sale low for cash, by WOOD,

? which secures a Whig U. S. Senator from that by Sonseeton Indians, on the upper Mississippi, DODGE & GARDNER, do so. R. STEENBERGH. ViM T Sw tairJ.

_ --l i1 State. has nothing of probability about it. nov23 40 Water street. Apalachicola, Oct. 26, 1811. nov23 33 Water street-Up



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BAGGISG FACTORSand
I ) heaKentuckJP Bagging ; COTTON Wholesale and Retail 2 - -- ---- --- I THE U. S. Mail steamer SIREN,

30 do India Barn; STEVENSON & CO. offer for sale, at their THE" GEORGIA Il'SURANCE & TRUST- will leave Apalachicola, every

iyi coils superior Kentucky Rope; COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J S ojd stand, the most extensive and general IP A Y," with y. TUESDAY and SATURDAY ;
I 100 do Manilla do. No. 5 Canal street Row, assortment of Goods they have ever before had in a Capital of $.500,000paid night at la o'clock. ;

Now landing, and for sale by NEW ORLEANS. this: market. They respectfully invite their in, and security invested, will take FIRE, Leaves Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY "

r nod3 J BAY fc CO., 52 Water st. Wm. IL Brodie, friends, country merchants, and the public generally INLAND, and MARINE RISKS, on as low and SUNDAY evenings at S o'clock, and Chat I

--- SPLENDID PIANO FORTE D. 1' Hogue, to give their stock an examination before terms as any other good Office in the United tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12

I -" FOR SALE AT AUCTION H. T. Birchett purchasing: elsewhere. This stock consists in States. The above named Company o'clock, M. (, 1
twill be sold on the first Monday in T. E. Lindenberger,) nov23 6m part of, viz: bavin"paid VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS, ,
IT f December next, at 11 o'clock, A. M. Super black French Cloth, a large amount of losses in this City during ,the o4 Contractors.
r.r Ls. Fred. E. Dugas, Medium black blue and invisible do past ten and in instance, to the
r store, corner of Water and Centre streets, green years every entire FOR BOSTON.-The fine bark

r.I :!a I"r'ttnv,. .superior PIANO FORTE, formerly the I FACTOR AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT Super Do black fancv French and Doeskin and English Cassirneres' do satisfaction of the parties assured; rely upon l RUSSIA, Larrabee, master, will new meet

I \' of Mr. E A Ware, sold to satisfy claimsfrnpe' 3-4 and 6-4 Tweeds and Beaver Cloths,, their well earned reputation for a continuance. with immediate despatch for the above ;

r.t of Ranev and Ellison, bv, agreementnlnal No. 30 Water street, Apalachicola, Fa. Super Silk, Satin and Plaid Velvet Vestings (yam j THE subscribers having been appointed port. For freight on deck or passage, apply to
COt $jjtJ.: HEZ R WOOD, Rich Cashmere de Cosse and Mouslin de Laines, D B WOOD & CO.
Will make liberal : ;
: Anction (>r. cJ-: advances on consignments and Silks Agents of the above named Company, arc fully
t Uv-jajtt? ___ of Cotton to his friends in Havre, Marseilles, Rich plaid figured black Lustring and nov23 29 Water street.
Senshaw do, prepared, and are authorized to act as such.J .
Cabinet Furniture.PHOBERT Liverpool, New_ York, or Charleston. n23 Black f and fig'd Alpaca, Merino and Balzarines, FOR NEW YORK.-Th packet brig
No. 12: Water street-Up stairs; Chusans and rich Cashmere de Cosse Prints, DAY & CO., .MANHATTAN, Doane, master, wi 1

f : t received an assortment of Furniture Wm. T. Wood, Fine Earlston and Manchester Ginghams, novO 52 Water street... meet with despatch. For freight of pas

consisting of: COMMISSION MERCHANT, Jackonett. Swiss, Plaid Lace and Book Muslins. sage, apply to the master, or to
" Sofas, Sideboards and Benureaus; Cambric fig'd nett, fi;'d cap, and other do, SUN MUTUAL INSUANCE CO., NOURSE, STONE" &. CO.
f ft TaMe, Secretary's and Bookcases ; No. 33 Water street, Thread Lace, Thread Edging, Bobbins do, Tapes, of the City of \ew York. "OV33 46 Water street. **

1t Wardrobe! Wa and Lisle Lace and Edging, black Silk and Cotton Trustees: FOR NEW YORK-Star .I.ine-Tha
ft t Dressing, Piean Centre, folding Leonard C. JLcKuroii, Lace, &c. &:c. James D P Ogden, William II May, .,new and splendid Packet brig EMPIRE, r.
'ard Tables; Scotch and Russia Diapers,Crash and Hhuckaback Moses H Grmnell, Fred'kVissmann.
I Oirl'd Maple fancy and Windsor Chairs ; WHOLESALE GROCER Napkins, Table and Toilet Covers, Conrad W Faber, Joseph Foulke, Jr. i Lewis, master, will meet with despatchfor ". I

t Mihogajiy; spring cent Rocking Chairs; andCOMMISSION Also-A large ortment of Domestic Goods, 34 Samuel M Fox, Hamilton :Murray: the above port. For freight or passage, have 'J I
t (nrl't! maple do, with cane hick and seat; M E R C H ANT, to 5.4 Brown Homespuns. Wm Edgar Howland, Jacob R Nevius, ing elegant accommodations, apply to \

Boston anal Fancy Rocking Chair No. 3'J: Water street=: Bleached Sheeting and 5-1 to 12-4 sheeting, Osna- John II Hicks, Fred'k G Foster, McKAY & HARTSHORNE, I '
, lar (> assortment of splendid Mahoganyanj burgs, Godfrey Pattison, Richard K Haight, novO 40 Water street. ;
t- ilsn a nov.23 Apalachicola, Fla. Twill'd Jeans, Shirting Stripes, Satinetts, Ken Sidney :Mason: Wm :S:: Alley, '
d Gut frame LOOKING GLASSED all of J
( tucky Jeans, ehuylerLivingion, Winthrop Gray, FOR NEW YORK.-The fast sailing
which he olT! .rs for sale very, low, for Cash.palirhiroh \i'. G. JI. Davis, Negro Kerseys=:, Linseys, 9-4 to 12-4 Whitney Theodore Victor, Roswell Sprague, coppered brig WM. L. JONES, Tyler, 1.

:\ Nov. 23: 1 11U.: ATTORNEY AT LAW, Blankets, Henry Holdrege, Oliver Slate, Jr. master, will have despatch as above.- ,

--- 9-4 to 12-4 white Massachusetts Quilts, Mosquito Anthony B Neilson Drake Mills For treight or passage, apply to the master, or to f
.
Boot and Shoe :Ualiin- Office in Capt. Simmon's Buildings, cor. of Centre Alfred :Scion: Hobert L3iaitland
E Netting, &c. &c. HARPER & HOLMES
,
THE I < 5ubscrilv having returned from and Commerce sts.-Up stairs. Also-An assortment of Hats and Caps, Charles :Savory, Joseph W Alsop, Jr. novlG 51 Water street. I fll

Xew Yyrk, with a large and well se- ;::5 Will continue, as usual, to practice law in Ashland, Sporting, Cashmere, Russia: Rabbit and Bernard Graham, Elias Ponvert,
i 4) ectcd stock of leather of all kinds is .* Theodore Dehon John D Van Beuren I
the Superior Court ; his duties as Jud e of the other kinds. FOR NEW ORLEANS-The regular
{ now prepared at his old Stand on Chesnutstavt County Court, does not interfere with his prac- Cloth and Glazed Caps, Boys and Children's fancy A B NEILSON, President Packet schr OCTAVIA, Churchill,mas 1

t : near Commerce, to attend to the above tice as Attorney and Counsellor. nov23 Caps.AlsoAn; ALFRED SETOX Vice President. ter, will sail for the above port on W da '
] assortment of Boots and Shoes, coarse JOHN WHITEHEAD, Secretary. \t
i wwne-s: in ail its various branches. French Calf nesday morning, for freight or passage having '
s Son li.)<>ts and Shoes made to order in the most Avery & Jones, Brogan, Men' lined: and bound do, AGENTS supperior accommodations, apply the master or to t
Gents fine Calj"sew'd and other Boot, undersigned of the above '
, U iiona'ile' style. WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS, Ladies fine Kid Slips, Walking Shoes, Gaiters, TIU McKAY & HARTSHORNE, t.
Xr He has also on hand a s-ipply of French No. Buakins, &c. &c. Company, are prepared to take MARINEand nor23 40 Water street. :

t i filter nllt,t Calfskin Shoesand! Slippers which nov23 24 Watertreet. Together with great variety of Fancy Articles, RIVER RISKS, on the most favorable terms. 03" The Octavia' will ply regularly between r"r!

rI ne ofi>r+ for rile as low, if not lower, than any Apalachicola, Fla. such as Ladies' Fancy Work Baskets and Boxes, HARPER & HOLMES, this port and New Orleans during the season.
I other): house in the citv.nftrjj HaIr[ Brushes:: fancy Soaps, extra German Cologne, i
t : THOMAS CLARK. Win. U. Kiinl>rougr&: Co., Gold and Silver Pencils, Tortoise Shell, Tucking novlO 51 Water street. NOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.'i

1r COMMISSION AND FORIVARDINGMERCHANTS and Side Combs, Ridding, Buffalo and other do, ---- The Ship TUSKINA, of 420 tans bur.then. i
SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS Ladies' Silk Purges, Hair Pins, Artificial Flowers, FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE For particulars, apply to
1 i Tust received a here: and general as- Bonnet Caps &c. &c., with a great many other. INSURANCE.THE I
NOURSE STONE & CO.
1t! sortmentof the following article*:- No. -Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.TIlE articles usually kept in a dry goods establishment, : nov23 ..Water street., r ,t

t LdJt', :Saddles:; of various kinds :and qualities ; underpinned i: successors to KIMBROUGH all of which will be sold upon the most pleasing ..iETX.INSGRAXCE COMPANY -I,iI i I
do do do. terms for cash or city acceptance. I FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.The -
I Gents; do RIDGWAY, will continue business in this ,Apalachicola, Nov. 16, 1S44. 8200.UOU and the PROTECTION 1
Cn nch Harness: brass and silver mounted ; city, at their old stand under the above name. INSURANCE ; fast sailing brig PARAGON, Bray- ,
t II S'llkey do do! do do. Thankful for the liberal> heretofore Removal.STAPLE CO.-Capital $150,000 ton, master, for terms, apply to \
patronage extended -
I W ;)n and Dray Il-un>';;s ; In addition to the capitals: of the above named nova T L MITCHEL, 37 Water st. +
,; tons: we train: oif r our- services to our &, FANCY DRY GOODS, &.C.THE .
Ir ALSO, friends, and by strict attention md low charges, subscriber respectfully gives notice, that companies, they have each a large surplus fund WILL BE SOLD at Public Sale on the 1I I

Dray SJ(1lp l! s, Collars, Line, 1 Harriet, Brit i I. we hope to receive a full share oi buisiness in our has REMOVED his stock of Goods to in reserve. Persons doing business with these I; ;;; 15th day of December next, the HOUSE I I

f'\:. Belly PaKK Hame Straps, Circinjks! Girt, I line. the buildinir of Center and Commerce and LOT Mrs. John- l
r "and new : corner companies, may rest satisfied, that they are lately occupied by ; ,
Mir:::u.U-'S Whips, Curb Sriatlb DrayHnd''s. (:> advances! will be made by J, J. Ridgway on streets, (known as Capt.! Simmon's Buildings,) son, corner of Live Oak and Columbus streets. I
IIp l d'l't fl fully INSURED to the amount of their Fpolicies,
: \\1\'h! : he offers for s at rc > pricesforfASil
Cotton conaiiriifd for sale. Also usual where he oiFers
to us the for sale at reducee prices: a large GEO. S. HAWKINS, ; '
ONLY PETER HOnE! T, advances made on Cotton for shipment.WM. and general assortment: of fresh STAPLE andFAXCY and that losses will be paid winthout vexatious- novlG Agent, &c. )' ,tv

nnr- '< 4'2 W.lf.1' street-Up stairs.! H. KIMBROUGH: GOODS, direct from New York, consisting delay:: or technical objections. J
FOR R&T.-Tbe House
NEW GOODS H. B. KIMBROUGH. in part of:- I'i: THE subscriber having been appointed ,;r, iii lately occupied by B S Dwelling Hawley, fronting
Apalachicola, XoO, Is J I1 1. nov23: Black and colored Silks, ;, t
Allapaca, Alap ene and Shalla, Agent for the above named Companies, is fully iM"[ on the Church Square, possession given I
Wholesale and Retail.
:I. I:. Wood, Casmerett and Muslin de Lane authorized to take risks on the lowest terms. immediately. For further particulars apply tonov23 I
!SOX\ &, CO., Xo. 33 Water street, Calicos of new patterns. 3t JOHN BABCOCK. :
BELL CITY WEIGHER DANIEL. J. DAY, -
fir s tl U, a l'r>*'ii! ,,t-ick of well selected Muslin, Linen, Diaper. Shawls f FOR RE.'iT.-A front Offici store vI .o I Ir
!;,a!>'D! >, -;.nit.til Air tins Mirkct ; amotivhich (z- Office, cor Centre and Water streets. Fringe Laces Gimps Fringe, Corsetts, nov9! 52 Wafer street. w,, I
; ffii No31 Water street-Up stairs. For further '\
Parasols Ribbons Cords Beads
t-Mh.-t"ll t ;.viM! : Tiov2'3 J Apalachicola, Fla. [ ,
Silk and Cotton Hose, CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE )111 particulars, apply toRAIMOND ,
( of all .....
troctTK'S descriptions
; ---- SCOTT
And a of other fancy articles. & ,
- ------ variety COMPANY
1 1t 1t i. ,
iirovvn and Bleached Domestic ; ? Also-Cloths, Cdsimeres: Flannels, Domestics, nov23 3t Waverly House. j!
Latest t styles of Printed Calicoes; :::3 The subscriber will keep Hats, Caps Toys, .L C., &c. of the City of JVevy York. ,

Scarlet and White/ Flannr'sJ through the ',>ann a good) supply of WEST INDIA To which additional supplies will occasionally Trustees : ti! FOR RE T.-The two story DWELLING -

Canton FUnnels ; fl.,: SlicetinIauiui ; and WESTERN PRODUCE, of the best I received during the business season, all of which James Harper, Abraham Van Nest, i,,iii. HOUSE, situated on High street, ,

\( do Lainp! ; Irish: Linen ; kind, which he offers to the people, at fair prices, will be sold at a small advance, for ca..h.nov9 JolmB Lasala, Silas, :M: Crandall, jjJljDetween! [ the residences of Mr. Balttelland

Stress Muslin! and Cambric Checks ; ni u'hoftsulc on// L C LeBARON, tf N. -SEYMOUR.cases John J Boyd, William B Cozzens, j.Mr.; Orman.

Gimp Edinl.'ort'd: : colors] ; Gloves! ; tiov.-2'J:; ::1'') Water street.The Edward Richardson, ; Charles L Vos, Also, the HOUSE next to W. Patty's Bakery,
or 50 Russets, Kip Brogans, Gcnt .fine and James Phalen Joseph B Xones, fronting on Market street. For terms, apply toT J
Merino Undershirts and Drawers ; : will make course Boots, Ladies and Misses Slippers, John J Herrick John F Butterworth, H & C H AUSTIN,
HI'i'rVllIte! :and f't ri"chirts! ; undersigned Do. Walking Shoes, &'c., &c. George C De Kay, Samuel Sherwood, novo 3t 43 Water street.
French Dimity ; L'lceIuslins: ; liberal advances on Cotton tI: ) ;in'J: to his friends Just received and for sale by Samuel. Lawrence, Zadock Pratt, "

En: _lifchand French Ginghams: ; Messrs.. : Tisdale & Bordjn New York. B ELLISON &, CO., Theodore A Meyer, Herman D Gould, ;lot FOR RENT.Two small DWELLING

Dimask Table Cloth= and Xapkms ; WM. T. WOOD, nova 33 Water street. William P Furniss, Joseph S. Smith, "I i;;; HOUSES fronting on Columbus street tr.
John T Gilchrist Elias T Aldrich
Scotch and Uu "ia Diaper; ; nov23: _:;Water : Andrews Lawrence -
&. MEDICINES full assortment Loring Hill,
Fnperinr'Finks CIt it!'aJlI .!-5meres DRUGS Possession given immediately, for particulars, i
; ; ;;:::> 1 Cyrus Cheneryj Thomas :Monahan,
Medicine and Patent and Botanical
FancvVestings; Snapsand Perfumery; ::(9" The subscribers} are prepared Medicines;:;, for sale George Whituker, William Townsend: apply to T H & C H AUSTIN, "

Shell Horn and Ivory Combs; to ma' e liberal advances on Cotton consigned by J C ALLEN, James II Suydam, Amos Noyes, novo 3t 43 Water st., up stairs. t

Fine Silk and Nutria Hats ; to their fiends at Liverpool, Hare New George Palen, John Breasted, ,
novlG cor of Centre and Commerce !sts. William Bursovne Leonard FOR RENT.The STORE HOUSE
Silk, Velvet and Cloth Caps; York or Boston. I) WOOD & CO., Appleby. .
SAMUEL A LAWRENCE President. Commerce, near Chestnut st.,
fronting on
1'1'A'I'IONERY.-An assortment of SchoolBooks I i;;
Hair iov.i; 29 Water street.
,1 Seal and S aiett Caps ; JOSEPH B HONES Vice President.LEWIS t" "
Geo. Brown.
occupied last season by
k.J Blanks and Stationery, for sale byJ
Russet do ----
KIp Brogans! ; ; 'C ALLEN BENTON, Secretary.CAIT Possession given immediately. For terms, &c., ',

Boy's: f-cwcd and peed Brnjans: ; ;Icp Liberal advances made on novlO cor of Centre and Commerce sts.COFECTIOXARy.A SAM'L CANDLKIl, Marine Inspector. apply to T H & C H AUSTIN,
Ladies' fine Kid and Calf Shoes: ; WILLIAM WELLS, Fire :Surveyor.:: stairs.
Water
:1 3t 43 st.,
consignments of Cotton to New York, Boston or nov5 up
Gent's fine and coarse Boots ; few boxes of R L &, -
'j'jI Liverpool, by S T SKILLMAN; subscriber, AGENT for the above Com- Fashionable Goods !
Mull as<;or't of table and pocket Cutlery; : Candy, for sale byJ THE New and
nav.j 33 Water street.
I Feather Fly Dusters ; Green Blinds; C ALLEN, pany, is now prepared to receive applicationsfor WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I

.. Ht-mp and Cotton Seine Twine ; EXCH.\\GE.-Dran., on New York and Pro- novlfi cor cf Centre and Commerce sts.TO Marine, Inland transportation and Fire risks, THE his subscriber customers begs, and leave country to call merchants the attention

l/oiiitij5! : Glasses, a sijrtdl I ; sum to snit purchasers. PHYSICIANS & DRUGGISTS-A large and to issue policies on reasonable terms. an extensive assortment of GOODS, which he\has

Wood Ware of all descriptions ; Fur sale by T L MITCHEL: of Glass: Ware, Ointment Jars, STEPHEN T. SKILLMAN, just received from New York, which he offers at ;

., Crockery and Gla s Ware ; novfj :37 Water street. Gallipots, Graduate Measures, Glass, Wedge- the lowest market pric shan on the most reasonable .
.
, 53 Water street. be fond the follow -
Transparent Window
; Shades -' terms-among
; Hardware, 'fl'iii Ware, &c.ROBER wood and Iron Morters, &c., for sale byJ .
3v Saddles, Bridles and Saddle Bags ; C ALLEN, Apalachicola. 1st, 1511. novo GmT ing:-
Till j rs, ALLEN & CO., Commerce st., Dry Goods.
Ware
of '
all uocripUonsToiether and Commerce sts.CANAL -
of Centre
novlG cor --- ---
t Che-nut and Cherry !'tS'i are receiving Calicos, of all descriptions,
with the above, and a variety of olh UMBER INSPECTOR.The undersigned
1 cWieles: too numerous to mention. :Merchants: and have in Store, Goods in part a.s follows: FLOUR, &c.-;r>0 bbls Canal Flour; I having: been appointed Inspector of Lumberfor Crape de Laines, '
, HA I n! : Improvedand Cashmere de Ecosse .
DWA11.E-Carpenter's,
Walkers
*planters s and 5i%) boxs Buckwheat.For
. from the country are invited to call S S Him Locks assorted sizes : the County of Franklin, offers his services: to Hosiery, of all descriptions '
t. etatnine,IJcfcm purchasinsjeUewhere.; nov23 Stock! Locks! all sizes: sale low by'DODGE the public in that capacity, and will attend to all Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs, N t

.. Ifcsk, Trnnk/'Ch-t and Till Locks: & GARDNER, duties appertaining said appointment. Flannels, Apron Checks,
: BARGAINS BARGAINSTTNEW Knobs and Norfolk! Latches: Screws: o novlfi 40 Water steet. c CCr" Office corner Commerce and Forbes street. Bleached and Brown 8heetmg5JUmbrellas t

Butts! and Strap Hinges: Blind TnmminssJShutter --I ON COXSIG )lE T.BACON JOHN LUCAS. and Shades, <
\ GOODS and Door Bolls: Tacks and Brads: SIDE-5 cks Cincinnati Cured Apalachicola, Oct. 15, 1544. o9 tf Mitts, Gloves, Cuffs, &c. &c.
\r. THE': subscriber begs leave to inform the citi- Files I i round and flat, all sizes: Mill Saw do. : just received and for sale by Ready Made Clothing,

, of Apuhc.'iicola the Planters of the Carp tp.r': and Bhcksmiths Tools i t HARPER & HOLMES, N CONSIGNMENT pieces Kentucky Over, Dress and Frock Coats, ,
k :::'e for iT11encral. tint he i is now opening a well American and KnsjlHi X cut and MillSawst novlO 51 Water street.RIO O Bagging; 150 coils Bale Rope. Also, a lot Cassimere and Satinett Pants, .

:e t4 lot of FANCY DRY GOODS, direct Wro't and Cut Nails and Spikes: of choice Hams, cured in Georgia for sale by Silk and Fancy Yestsf. .

?, flew York, which he is determined to sell Horse Nails: Table Cuttlery: AND JAVA COFFUE McKAY & HARTSAORNE, Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Shirtsegro ,. <
crep.r. than the Cheap for> Cash The Pen and Jack Knives Cook'sand! Candlesticks Butchers! do 200 bass Rio Coffee; oct26 40. Water st.TO :\ Pants, Jackets, &c.: &c.
Tea and hand Bells Cantors: :
XIi! tx situated on Chestnut street, next door to : Pots 23: do; Old Gov't Java do. Boots and Shoes. I
BritanidTea and Coffee! : Spoons:
choice Rifles
Ta Iihou'e known as the "(;enrgia and Alabama ladles &c: For sale by SPORTSMEN, &c.-A few Calf Seal and Water Proof Boots, (
Lamps Spittoons
:
the follo-.vinz articles to wit- TIN \ltE-Plaln: and Japanned a general as- DODGE & GARDNER, double barreled Guns, English and Calf; Kip( and Russett Brograns, 1 )

rv Moth and) (simcivs; ; sortnifnt, wholesale:; and retail : f no v 1G 40 Water street. French Percussion Caps, Powder Flasks,Nipples, Ladies' fine, col'd and black Kid Slippers tu
t ants black Cravats and Stock! : CASTINGS-Hollow Ware: Wrenchers, &.c., together with a great variety ofFish Walking Shoes, :,
, scan: blur Bomluzines! and Allapacaj Cook and Parlour Stoves : JBACCO.-20 boxes superior manufacturedJL Hooks Lines/Snells, Artificial Flies, and "col'd and bl'k Gaiter Boots, '
l.Shm"re de Cass, of the finest quality and Sugar Kettles and Mills: Tobacco, on consignment, for sale by fishing tackle. Just received and for sale by Variety of Misses and Childrens Shoes and; r

5t trq Patterns; Cauldron Kettles 30 to 150 salons! JAS F FARRIOR, B ELLISON & CO Bootees.
J a&hn dp lam, do do : Plonzh Points: Sad Irons, tec: novlG 9 Columbus Block. novO 33 Water street. Hats and Caps.. _
&f 'very choice rich fi2'd[ Silks, for dresses; IRON AXI) STEEL-German, English, Blister Fine,Moleskin and Fur Hats,
G s large and elegant; assortment of Shawls, at and Cast :::reel l: CORN & MEAL, for sale by c.10 cases Picked, assorted; Hunting Hats,
,a 'It FUlt the times; ; :Square, round and flat English, American, and JAS F FARRIOR, PICKLES assorted; 2 do Caper; Caps of all descriptions.Cloths.. ,
; trariety of Trps and lice thread edging, from 9 Columbus Block. .
( = Swedish Iron: novlr i 4 do Olives-" V E.'rdalles" and<;Amellaux; G
j -)cents {If'r yard Sheet ahd Boiler Iron Black Cloth,
: Superior
Sauce
Fiery of all description( from 12 to 50: ( per pair SHIP CHANDLERYManilla Cordage 2 to FRESH GROCERIES. 2 do Pepper ; Cassimeres and Tweeds, d } '
otto blare assortment of Ribbons, of the latest 6 inch: BOXES Cheese ; 4 do Cayenne and Black Pepper; Black Satin Vestmgs. i
(;)and of the brightest color; Tarred Rope, Russia and American : 100 15! firkins Goshen Butter. 4 do superfine Mustard; 2 do London do; Cutlery, &e. ,

to Also r.e Variety of fashionable prints. Kentucky and Russia; Packin Yarn: Just received on Consignment and for sale by 2 do India Curry"Powder; Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery. 1
74 l & great variety of other Good, such as Ri:;:;iri? and Pump Leather: Hand Spikes: HARPER & HOLMES, 3 baskets Sweet Oil. Together with a variety of other Goods too numerous Ri
'f- r shw ties, Bonnet Towers, Jaconet and Swissz Anchors : Hooks and Thimbles: nov6 51 Water street For sale by E WHITMARSH, to mention, all of which he will sell u
t ., Ja'oi t edi in and inlol"r'in' ', Umbrella, Can and Cotton Hooks: Shives: nov16 29J Water street.NEGRO low as any other establishment in this city. Hft
) B : s, K-ntuckv Jeans::, Ticking! Flannels, BuMi'd and common Blocks: Pum{ Boxes : GE & BALE ROPE :- respectfully invites you to call and examine for
,lie ied anti Beached! Shirtin*, ; Ladies and Gents Brooms: Buckets: Pitch : Tar and Oakum: CORD coih Manilla and Tarred Cordage'; KERSEYS.-100 pcs superior Negro yourselves, and he is satisfied: that he can offer
dies and P?::g'd shoes, :!Negro Brogan kc.td Rosin : Paints: Oils, &c. 100 do Kentucky Bale Rope ; for sale by such inducements that will .insure him a share-of '

OBGo, and gentlemen, purchasing Good will We continue the manufactory of Tin, Iron% and 15 bolts Canvass Bagging and Sail Twine. JAS F FARRIOR, Your patrona
to ;
theIr advantage to call and examine for Copper. Roofing done in Tin orCopperblacksmithin' For sale hv novlG 9 Columbus Block. FRANCIS KOPMAN +

IBI Ire! befor purchasing elsewhere. ? as usual all on moderate terms for cash. DODGE & GARDNER, Old stand, Baltzell's BuildinKs.Apalachicola. -

& C. GRAY.: Apalachicola Nov. 22, 1S41.1HEESE. nov30 40 Water street.. UTTER.-10 kegs fresh Goshen Butter. Nov. 1, 1S-t-t. t
APaiachicola, !\O\'. 21: 1S 11.-2m B For sale by E WHITMARSH, AND OILS
:-
/" .-35 boxs Cheese. their fall stock: 27 Water street.UGAR.S2 PAINTS ; 1
subscribers:: are receiving novlG No. 1 and etraVhite Lead;
. OTICE, sale E WHITMARSH: THE ,
-:\M Persons having claims against \j For by of
consisting
Groceries Ochre
Yellow
lbs
300
1s AMORY ROGEIIS' late of .novlG 29i Water street. bbls St. Croix Sugar; 12 do Black ; .,
:eas ed Franklin county, Java and Rio Coffee, Mackrel, Cheese, S 12 cans Imperial Green and Verdigris;
. den are requested to !present the same: duly BALE ROPE St. Croix Loaf Sugar, Codfish, Segars, 4 hhds Porto Rico do; Paint Brushes, assorted sizes;
on* healed t within the time & :- C bbls Crushed do '
law and Gin. ;
prescribed by of Brandy
t BAGGING A first rate article bleached Oil 1
!bit and Dundea Bas in 2 cks Spearm ;
,
rat notIce Gunny ; 6 boxs double refined Loaf do. .
::: will be Plead in bar
of their reW4 and Blankets, Cunny.Bag.
** Also-Negro Shoes ; bbls Linseed Oil. For sale by 7
5
and
try; and all persons indebted to said estate are1Mled Manilla & Kentucky Rope Twine ; and Rflpe. All of which will b e! For sale, by DODGE & GARDNER, ._ J', r
to make immediate Just received in store, on Consignment, and ging 'WYLIE McKENZIE, DODGE & GARDNER, ,
payment. & ,
so4 low. 40 Water street. ,
F FARRIOR dov6
JAS Water street.
40
J, r B T CARD, Administrator. for sale by 42 Water st. nova
9 !9 Columbus Block. oct2G .
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Superior Court. 1.TOTICE.-Six weck after date, I shall apply 4 .- .. PAFt Cor. Ann &; Nassau:: streets, New York. '

AT CIIAMIJERS.I IM to the Hon'le Wm. G. M. Davis, Judge of AN Evening Paper, to be published in the City -: .: -I "----- :. TilE undersigned

I Robert J. Floyd, comp't., the County Court of Franklin county, for lettersof Savannah, Ga., devoted to Politics, Coinn&rce .. inform the Old Patrons respectfoiu of iy
administration on the estate of Donald Camp Agriculture and General Intelligence.The TYPE & STEREOTYPE

I Curtis and Griswold vs. et al,1 I IN CHANCEUY.Franklin bell, late of said county, deceased. ARCHER. and beautiful increasing city-the importance facilities of enjoyed our nourishing in the PATENTSZXflARI1FLSELF1EVOL. A DRY, f9rmcrly known as "JAb Foito,..:.
A.
J jrdefendants. WILLIAM transmission:: of the mails-and the abscnse of an CONNER'S" and more recently
i 1 rr appearing to the Court n'fidavit filed int't' Apalachicola, Nov. 7th, IsM. novU f(1wN J Evening Paper in Savannah-all conspire to render 7)) "CONNER& COOK'S,"and the pt

.1 this cause, that said Lewis Ci ftis and George OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall applyto the proposed publication at least expedient, if not VING AND REPEATING. lie in general, that they are prepared to exente

I I Griswold, trustees of the Apalachicola Land the Honorable Judge of the County Court necessary. 1'ISTOL.S. orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES &.c
1' Company, and said John M. Berrien and David of Franklin for letters of administrationon \Vhilst the Paper will bear principally a commercial I DEALER in Fancy Hardware, Fine Cutlery, and every other article necessary to form*corn*
make "'
Selden, who are defendants in said cause, reside county Carlton M. Evans, deceased. character, we shall endeavor it &c., consisting in part of I plcte Printing Establishments, on as favoraKl!
the of
estate of the
beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit : the FRANCIS L. MARSHALL. useful and interesting to all classes of truth-an community Fine Pen Pocket Knives:and Scissors; terms, and of as good a quality as any other en
it disseminator
said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New. by rendering a Razor, and Chapman's Razor Strops tablishment in the United States. .
thy ;
I Apalachicola, Nov. 11th, IS 14. nlO advocate of virtue-and censor of vice. In pursuing -
t I York; and the said Berrien and Selden in the the plan determined upon, the followingwill Elegant Port Folios, for ladies; The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both
r 3 state of Georgia. It is ordered, that a notice bepublished NOTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply comprise the leading departments of the Pa- Steel Pens and Pen Holders ; in style of face, and the material of which it is

r, once week for thespaceoffour mouths Hon.V.. G. M. Davis, Judge of the per, which we hope will carry the cheerfulness of Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pens; made, particularly adapted for service in riews.
Ii' in the "Commercial Advertiser," a newspaper : County Court of Franklin county, for letters of knowledge and the light of truth wherever it is Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks ; paper Printing.All .
printed in this district, before the ensuing term administration on the estate of David D. Churchill, received. P.ifcnt Inkstands; Fine Letter Paper;' V" kinds of Stereotyping finished to order

I of said Court, requiring said defendants, and each late of said county, deceased.: POT.ITlcs.-\Ve shall sustain the great Republican Fine Gold and Silver Pencils; N.It-Such Newspapers as will copy the abo,

r of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the BENJAMIN ELLISON. doctrines embraced in the Virginia and Ken- Genuine German Cologne, and fine Per- three times, pr Y1ous to November next, will i
I be
bill will be taken : Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, lS-I J. nov5: Gw tuckey Resolutions of 179S- 99, maintained by entitled to in on
ti complainants pro confcsso Jefferson: Madison, Troop, Hayne, Calhoun, another fumes for Handkerchiefs, &c. }pay type making a bill of four
k against them (a copy-teste.) OTICE.-Six weeks after date I will apply distinguished advocates of State Rights-and / Bear's Oils ; Toilette Mirrors; times the amount of the three insertions.

I GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. N to the Hon, Richard II. Long, Judge of the' more recently set forth by the Democratic Convention Fine Cloths, Hair and Tooth Brushes; JAMES CONNER & SON
I Apalachicola, May 30th, IS t J. fel 4m County Court of Jackson County, for Letters of at Baltimore, in May last-as forming Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs; New York, June 1st, lR-I.I. jes 3m

Franklin Court.AT Administratioa on the estate William H. L. what we conceive to he the fundamental principlesof Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders; -
I Superior Russ, late of said county, deceased. our Govennent. Thus having for our motto- Morocco Pocket Books ; Tweezers; WARM SPRINGS.
:: CHAMBERS. WILLIAMS D. DICKSON. Free Trade-Low Duties-No Debt-Seperation Ladies' Fine Feather Fans ; MERIWETHER COUNTY, GEORGIA
Robert May, comp't., ) from Banks-Economy-Retrenchment-and a
; Marianna, Oct. S, IS-U. oU 1 0\v strict adherence to the Constitution," and placing Feather Dusters; Key Rings; ir:] ;:; THE PROPRIETORS of this watering;
vs. }>IN CHANCERY. ,' invoke Violin and Violin Strings ; :t iii place, have been induced to open| their
j
oursclf the broad bias of the latter,we can -
Curtis and Griswold !. ::
et a -Six months after date I will apply upon '[; 111 House for the accommodation
defendants. I NOTICE alike the fidelity of the Unionist and the Sewing & Knitting Needles, &c.&c. of invalid) :
J Hon. .Judge of the County Court for of and double bar and others, much earlier this than
affidavit filed zeal of the Nullifier," in maintaining inviolate Also, a good supply single season usual,
E appearing to the Court from and Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the compromises, whereby alone our civil and religious reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which he in consequence} ofthe many applications that hare
I i this cause, that said Lewis Curtis estate of John Norton, late of said county, de liberties can he secured to us,and the blessings oilers cheap for Cash. been made for Board from different parts of the

,' George Griswold, trustees of the ApalachicolaLand ceased. JAMES GREEN, Adm'r.. of our glorious Union perpetuated. Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 154-1. o7 tf country, by those laboring under various diseases
_ Company, and said John M. Berrien and Apalachicola, April 17, IS;;14. a20 Om Our object being to assist in sustaining the great such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsy, &c. all of which,
David Selden, who are defendants in said cause, principles Constitutional Liberty, and in drawing 'ai I 01"ill;g. readily yield to the virtue the water. We
I reside beyond the limits of this Territory, to wit: NOTICE-Six months after date I shall apply men's minds from worship of their fellows, to THE subscribers respectfully heretofore held out more inducments to have

the said Curtis and Griswold, in the state of New Hon. Judge of the County Court of an acquaintance with the nature of their gover- informs the citizens of Apalarbi- pleasure, to visit these pers5seeking
York; and the said Berrien and Selden, in the Jackson county, for letters of dismission from the ment, our columns shall be open to the di cu sinn InCase d cola, and its vicinity, that having those in pursuit of Health. To Springs the invalid, than to
is ordered that notice be administration the of of all political questions of a general nature. ,we
c state of Georgia. It a : on estate Sampson Pope, entered intoa
will the of the be co-partniTship they come, and. come early, if wish:
no however dignity press say yon to l llene1mtcd. be
week for the of four months late of said deceased.
published once a space county at Mr. old
of .
yielded, permitting it to become the vehicle : are prepared Gray's These Springs have proved a certain
in the "Commercial Advertise, a newspaper SARAH H. POPE, Adm'x.Jackson abuse. stand Chestnut street, next
scurrility or vulgar personal I on cure in all cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsy
ic.
printed in this district, before the ensuing term County, July 20, IS 11. a3-Gm Believing the nominees of the Baltimore Con- 'd door to the Post Olliro; to execute and in no instance have invalids: failed to be benefited
of said Court, requiring said defendants,and each vention, JAMES K. POLK and GEORCIE M. DALLAS, 't all orders in their, line of who have visited them, for the
Six months after date I will proof of
tY of them, to appear and answer, otherwise the NOTICE apply fully competent to discharge the duties of President i- business in workmanlike man-
Hon. W. G. M. Davis of the .L ?lr a which, we can refer to innumerable certificates
Judge the United States we ; ,
Ik complainants bill will be take pro confesso: and Vice President of __-. and in the latest and most
,
ncr
from the most
against them. (a copy-teste) County Court of Franklin county, for letters of shall endeavor to promote their election, by all : some respectable gentlemen in the
t fashionable and satisfaction(;
style, general : warranted State.
dismission from the estate of Thos. H. Thompson. honorable means.CoIERcIAL.Under.
I GEO.t'. BALTZELL, Clerk.
I ll 30th 1S44. jel 4m H. B. STONE, Administrator. : thishead will be found the to all those who may favor them with their To those in pursuit pleasure,we will say this
Apalachicola, May ,
latest statements of the various markets for our patronage. STRODHOFF & GRAY. much, that we intend to offer inducements
U- Apalachicola, May lt<(, 1S44. my IS Gm enoughto
t -dii} Fmuklin Superior Court. .r. staple production, both'Foreign and Domestic Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, IS.f 1 1. nov5 make the Warm Springs the Saratoga of the

: tii AT CHAMBERS. OT1CE.All persons having claims against together- with a carefullv" corrected Weekly. Review South. We intend to keep a better House than
4. .' Isaac Jackson, late of Jackson County, deceased ro o\vn\ market.AGRICULTURE. Tailoring. have and it is said that
E : Thomas L. Mitchel, oomp't.VB. of we ever kept,( generally
I } are required to present the same duly authenticated .-Whatever in maybe deemed pursuits interest ,- (03-! TERMS-CTo on Delivery. .{)) kept a very good one.) Our Beds are all entirelynew
those engaged Agricultural
to
to the subscribers within the tim Fall awl Winter Fashions I't'uiv'fl.
,
Dodge,McDougald,Calhoun shall have due attention; and no pains will be just ; our houses have all been repaired, and the
L fl and Bass, trustees of the prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in spared to make our paper interestinsjto the Farmer, I THE subscriber respectfully whole place presents a new and beautiful appear
tt Franklin Land and Apalachicola bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to in comparison to which, all other trades and pro- _.iI informs the Citizens of Apalachicola ance. The temperature of the atmosphere u fine,
I 1iit Lot Company; said estate are requested to make immediate set- fessions may be said to be but the frieze and cor l V and its vicinity, that he has the thermometer seldom rising above S6 degiees.
IN CHANCERY. tlement. HENRY JACKSON, ) Ad. removed: his TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT Our Baths in order
: flJ1 Lewis Curtis and George m rs. nice.G are as good as the'can bean
.1 ht Griswold, trustees of the STEPHEN JACKSON, 5 ENERAT. ISTRLr.IGF.:iCE.-In this departmentwill it: to the new for the benefit of those who have not paid us a
; y Apalachicola Land 'Co.; Jackson County, Oct. 2G, 1SIL o2G 2m be found general synopsis of the passing & \ i: building of Capt.Simmons, corner vi.-it,we will describe them: they are G in number,
occasional selection
_ events of the day, together with 1Lfl of Centre and Commerce street, .
--- h each feet the clear with
a 1;: Myers, assignee in I from the best Literary Periodicals, both For- ten square in a dressing
t 'Ic bankruptcy of George tV.I Blacksmithiig, &c. i eign and domestic. In fine whatever will have a ( i ti and is now prepared, on reasonable room attached to each, and are so arranged as to

Ross, defendants. THE subscriber respectfully informs t tendency to develope the rich and varied natural .ELz-_: : terms-to execute all orders raise the water to any depth required; our Spring
TT appearing to the Judge by affidavit filed in the citizens of Apalachicoja re.; urces of our State, elevate the moral character -- in his line ()business; in the latest affords upwards of thirteen hundred gallons of

f ;F JL this cause that said Daniel McDougald, James and its vicinity, that he has erect- of its citizens or promote the prosperity and and most fashionable styles, and\ warranted to fit. water per minute; the temperature of the wateris
S. Calhoun and Charles L. Bass; Lewis Curtis ed on Commerce (in the rear-of. happiness of the community in which we live, N.B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to. i! precisely (0 degrees. The analysis as takenfby

and George Griswold; and Myers, reside fV/w/iVffl No. 22 Water) street, a BLACK- shall meet with onr CONDITIONS.ardent and humble support. JAS. C. COLEMAN. Dr. J. B. Cotting, State Geologist, is:: as follows:

beyond the limits of the Territory, to wit: the : i SMITH'S SHOP, where he is pre- TIlE DAILY SENTINEL, will he published every Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1S1 11. o" tf Height above the level of the sea, 793J: feet-

said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, in the state pared to execute with neatness and despatch, afternoon, on an imperial half sheet, and delivered and Commission quantity, ontO wine pint. ur 2S75, cubic inches.specitic -
: of Georgia; the said Curtis and Griswold, in the and on the most reasonable terms, all work in his in any part of the City, at Six DOLLARS per Copartnership m\'it\ O,99-disti1kd! watt'r being 1,00( >.
; state of New York; and the said Bass in the state line of busihess, entrusted to his care. annum,payable in advance. Business, tE -uhonic acid as.2 cubic incht.s.lilIliurate .
of Alabama. It is ordered, that a notice be pub- RICHARD i PARKER. Tin GEOUGIA SENTINEL, for the country, will be AT APALACHICOLA AND COLUMBUS. of Hydropron. .... .... ....a trace.
lished once a week for the space-of four months Apalachicola, Oct. 1'Jth, ISM-3m issued once a week, on a Super.I:oral sheet, and THE undersigned have associated for the pur- ULI[I:'-Carbonate of Lime,.... .h.) grain.
before the ensuing term of this Court, in the forwarded hy mail to any part of the Union, at $:; of transacting a General Agency and Carbonate of Iron.... .... .... ....:3 5 grains'!
)1 Commercial Advertiser printed in Runaway Negro.COMMUTED per annum for a single copy-Two copies for $;) Commission Business. The business will be conducted Carbonate of Magnesia..... .... 10 09 grain:
V a newspaper 4i to jail on the 2d instant, -or five cOJiesfor $10-payahlc invariably in ad- } in Apalachicola, Fla., by Henry L. Ray The temperature of the Water, winter and mm-
I. this District said defendants to "
requiring appear .
? slave vane. It wIll contain all the reading matter of mond, junder the firm of RAYMOND & HAK- flier 90( degrees.
bill shall a negro as a.runaway, aged about 2J
Ad otherwise the complainants
answer
be taken pro, confesso: against them. l'C.lit.' .years, says that he belongs to E. Wells, of the tions daily, a Weekly paper, including Review of Editorials the Savannah,Connmiica-Market DIN-:-.iti Columbus, Ceo., by Edward J. Her din A Splendid Road has been finished, expressly

(copy teste) ,Jackson county. Said negro has a scar te c. under the firm of HARDIX & Co. for riding, three miles in length; it leads to the

'I GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. over the right elbow; a scar on the right thigh, (Jcj-Advertisenientswill be inserted in the Daily The advantages oll red by this arrangement, to summit of a Mountain, where you behold one tf
Apalachicola, May 31st 1841. jel 4 m below the hip; scar over and in the corner of the Paper at fifty cents per square, for the ; first and persons at a distance who may have or wish to the most magnificent views in Georgia. A good!
right eye; is :5 feet 3J inches high, and says that twenty.five cents for each continuance. In the make business in either or both places, will be road has also been made to the well known

b Apalachicola District of Florida. his name is SAM." Any person owning said Weekly, fifty-cents per square, will be chargedfor readily perceived. Fueling ourselves fully competent COLD SPRING, only fths of a mile from'the

f FRANKLIN COUNTY. negro, will please come forward, prove property, each insertion. to conduct such a business as it should be, Hotel; this i: Spring si said by all who have seen i it,

p D. K. Dodge, Compl't, } pay charges and take him away, or he will be October The first next Number will if appear the about the first of and intending so to do, :we respectfully solicit a to be the finest cold water in the world.

:. and > bl Chancery. dwelt with according to law.C. ments can be,made or sooner and a sufficient necessary number arrange of share of patronage. The amusements at the Springs are various.-

I James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. ) J. SHEPARD, Sheriff; subscribers obtained to warrent the publication. EDWARD J. HARDIN, The Ball Room is opened nightly and the serricw
TT appearing to the Court, from the report of of Franklin County. CCf- Persons wibhing-to:: subscribe will please handin I HENRY L. RAYMOND.: of one of the best Musicians in this section of the

% J. the Master in Chancery,in this case appointed, Apalachicola, Nov. 5th, IS 14. Gmupf their names immediately, and those holding subscription I Apalachicola_ July 31, J 1M1. alOtf country, is engaged to take charge of it.
That the following sums are due by the parties lists will forward them by the first of October We intend to devote our time exclusively this
,
I $200 Reward! (1 -P.ARTr.EHSIIIP.C.V.I I WORDIN having
-
hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments heretofore or sooner, if convenient.
the
to
comfort of visitors
; % \Y A Y from the subscriber about Communications Mail be '_1 associated himself with J. L. FITCH in season our and we hopeto
I called in, on their stock in the Franklin by must.:: post paid, to be able, between us, to all, and that
please see
Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no- tRUNA ago, two negro men, JOHN" insure attention. : the Watch and Jewelry ines and under the
." WILLIAM: B. and none go away dissatisfied. Mr.and Mrs.Johnson
the Albert is about thfrty- HARRISON. name style of I' ITCII & WORDIN, respectfully -
: tice is hereby given to parties respectively, Editors in this and adjoining States will }have charge the house, S. R. B. too,willgi'e
to the same to Benjamin F. Nourse,Receiver of age,and about ;3ft oin in height, ( by givingthe informs their friends and the public,
pay
,I is thick and built has above a few insertions, will confer a favor, that will 'or about the his whole- attention.Our .
i in said with the interest thereon heavily a very black skin, they on 1st of Novamber
together ,
cause
,
t which will be
duly appreciated, and reciprocatedthe charges will be the same as heretofore,
and is a of tremendous althetic make. Johnis next their stock of-
negro open
their
1943
from the first March
day or respective first opportunity. :
Sr,0, month for Board and Baths,
shares will be sold at public auction, in accordance about Oft Gin in height, is stout, well made and $3" A Subscription list will be found at this WATCHES JEWELRY AND' free. per A fine stock of goods is Lodging.kept here, and
; with a decree of the Court of Chancery very muscular; his skin is not very black, but ofiice.-SAVANNAH, SEPTEMBER: 3, IS+!. ,
for the District aforesaid, to the several rather between that of a black negro and a dark [;:lf91@ 1Consisting(iIDr: a sold at fair: prices. These Springs are 35 mild
-I pay Tax Notice north of Columbus, and 10 miles south of Green
molatto. It is well known to that the of Gold and Silver
amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wednesday many, .Gf- -(> }
in December next, to wit: above named negroes were at work around about IN conformity with an Ordinance, passed by i0! Batches, Keys, Chains, Broaches; ville. Visitors will fine no difficulty in reaching

Daniel HcDougal, principal and interest, due 1st the vicinity of lola, for some time after the sub- Mayor and Council of the City of Apa- 1( Rings, Spectacles, Pencils, Studs, here at all times, as the daily Stages connect
: scriber left Florida, and they have lachicola, March 22d, 1811, entitled "An Ordin- Sleeve and Collar Buttons, Head Ornaments Mobile, Montgomery, Savannah Augusta JIacon'
,
frequently
March, 1843.... .... .. .. .. .$1,660 (00
Hudson A. Thornton 3,310 61 been seen during the last six months in that ance to raise a Revenue for the use of said City." Lockets,Aliniturc-Cases, Bracelets, Music-Boxes, and Madison with Columbus and Greenvilleand

Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were neighborhood, and it is believed that they are I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have this Purses, Wallets Knives, Scissors, Razors and Hacks run daily from both places here'so there

indebted on the same day and .. 972 76 still thereabouts. The above reward of $200,1! day levied upon, and will on the ICth day of December Razor Straps; Tooth, Nail and Lather Brushes; will be no disappointment. A four horse Stage
year.
*r#_. .John D. Howell. .. .. .. . . .. 30.: 9S will be paid for their apprehension and lodge- next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the Snufi' and Tobacco Boxes, Violin} Striii"s, &c. also leaves Columbus three times a week by the
By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack, ment in any jail, or otherwise, so that I get them), Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public JOHN L. FITCH, way of Hamilton, for the Springs.The .
Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county, or $lOO for either of outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the following CHAS. W. WOR DIN. Proprietors will be ready to receive Company
them.JOHN
in the Apalachicola District of Florida. D. GRAY described property, as: will bring; double Apalachicola, Oct. 1'Jth, IS-I 'I.' on the first Mav.

; R. J. MOSES, per JESSE F. POTTSSt. the amount annexed, together with all costs: and (fC- N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair- SEYMOUR R. CONNER.

Master in Chancery. Joseph, Oct. 14th, 18-1 I. o9 1m charges: of sale. ing WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY by WILLIAM G. JOHNSON.The .
we
that
Apalachicola-,-August- -19, t8U. $20O Reward Blucfis. Lots.'I'o whom-a"c88ed." 1-$ cts. C._W. Word in-all work warranted. ol'j! ifTfAKE do] think Warm it necessary Springs to are trouble so well the known public with along

t : fl : ApalachicoIalMstrict of Florid RUNAWAY, or stolen, two negroes"LYCINDA"and 36 1 NOTICE.-All forbid of certificates setting forth their claim:
I A. T. Dennett,.. . 2 uo persons are oc- array ,
t. M. In Superior Court-Franklin County. cc JIM."-Lucinda left fl.4 S LOTS in the City of Apalachirola, to the patronage of the invalid, as well as the

( t Alphonse Loubat, l IN CHANCERY. 5t_ about the 21st August ; she is between 20 C2 k } C. Bartlett,.. . I S 75H2 or ground in its vicinity, belonging to the "APA man of health} and pleasure. We will therefore
k I j VB. _and 30 years of age, dark complexion, deli- 2(1 ::2 &. 3 : LACHICOLA: I LAND COMPANY," withoutpermission. only invite the attention of the reader to the following

i I I David D. Churchill,) Bill to foreclose Mortgage. cate made, sway back, !small hands: and feet, good 3 L.Blrd,. . . 21)H2 letter from Duct. J. J. Boswcll,of Columbus

\ r t tr : TT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that) the countenance; and extremely proud ; she was purchased 4 J. C. Jlrdsal:: ,... . 20lo'l Any person occupying said: lots or ground : pCOLUMMVS

said David D. Churchill, the above defendant, of L B Randall, living on the Upatoie, !0 & 12 Calhoun &. Bas: ,. . 10 00 without permission, are'hereby notified, that the March 23d, lSti

f I resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, and 9 miles from Columbus, on the loth of January, Al I JohuiEvans,. . . UD2 subscriber is authorized for the sale of the same, Dear Sir-It is due you as the accommodatingand

1 out of the Territory of Florida, but within the IS 13, by the subscribers. Jim left the 7th inst., 1 & 9) C Edxnoiilsoi 1: ,. . S 210tJ. and if they do not come forward; necessary steps courteous proprietor of the Warm Springscl
United States: It is ordered, that publication be he is a likely young fellow, 20 years of age, and HI 5&1I 5 will be taken to protect' the rights: of the Com Merriwether county-It is due the public ww
( made in some newspaper published in the city oft is about 6 foot high, dark complexion, a little Imp'd E 11 Juhn Gilmore,.. . 21)f pany. may wish to leave their own homes-and firesIde'

t Apalachicola, once a week for four months, requiring knock-kneed; wore off a straw hat, white panta- 6 F. }\'.. Grifhin,. . . llJl( ) All persons are also, notified not to trespass during the sickly season, to seek a place whed

him to appear and answer the said bill of loons and cloth coat, and has left his mother and 1 0 Estate of John Gillispie, 2 2:; upon the lands by cutting Live Oak, Cedar, other they can enjoy health, and all the

I ,complaint on or before the expiration that father, and seven brothers and sisters ; conse- C2 G; S 7 Jacohularvcy,. . . 7 51) timber or wood. C. H. AUSTIN, ./ gent cultivated and refined society, to point them w

I ,. time, or the said bill will be taken as confessed quently we have just grounds for believing (having Imp'd A2 7 John Kerns,.. . . 3 'I) Jljntru Land Co., the Warm Spring In its Topographical situation ;

I (, against him, and such further order given in the found a free pass in the possession of one of Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy, .. .. S 2j() oct7 lm for .t1pllflt and its vicinit'q.1)ERI"IJMARY it is unquestionably inferior to no Waterin!,,
( premises as to the Court may seem justice. the other negroes; ,) that one Lucy A. Bartee, and 8 2 J.C.Love,.. . . 3ou -' -: place in the United States. The Medicinal virtues

) (Copy-Teste.) GEO. F. BALTZELL, her son Washington Stevenson, has feloniously 17 3 William: Low,.. . 3 i Oil() FAl\CY.t\HTICI.ES, &c., of its Waters from the Chemical analysis stro-

I I J. & L. BRANCH, Ccrk.r inveigled, stolen, taken and carried offthe above 132 II Charles McKinney,.. 'Of) .1. Superior Cologne Water; mitted to the public by the States Geologist. has

Solicitors for Compl'ts. named negroes. Lucy Ann Bartee and her son Imp'dE'2 lU J.l\Iartin,.. . . 4-2:) Lavender do. and ever will exert a happy; influence vrijy!u:

Apalachicola, Feb. 29, 1844. mll-lm absconded from the house of Thos. T Bartee, with hnp'tl A2 6 Mitchell MarzeU,. . 3 2:; U Orange do. matism; Bronchitis: ; Laryngitis; Hiperbbs;
f whom she and her husband, John R. Bartee, resided .E2 5 Jno.T.Myrick.500 Bay do. rher Ivsentary;Dispepsy, and all diseases oi the

DISSOLUTION OF CO-P ARTNERSHIP.i .- the son, Washington, on the 21th and Mrs. Fl 11 Joseph Mitchell,.. . :1 :>0E2 Essential Oils, of all kinds; skin ;and Kidneys. tIn

i of YONGE &. TAYLOR Bartee on the 29th of last month. She left disgracefully 9 McKenzie,. . . :500 Balm of Columbia; Hair Dye; addressing this note to you sir, I have 0 *-
? r Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The after breaking glasses and every thing HI 1 &. 17 n.l\Iaitland &. sons,. 7 IJO Tooth Brushes, assorted i with the earnest solicitations of sou*
I ; : business of the firm will\ be attended to by C. C. m her power. We will pay twenty dollars for Ill ,0 & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel. GOO Hair do dOt ; kind complied friends who have been either radituh1YC0or red

I ? Yonge, who will continue to practice in the each of the above described negroes, delivered to 15 8 A. J. Norris,. . . 300 Cloth Brushes; Combs; benefited by the curatives of the vva e

( I Courts of Walton, Washington,Jackson, Calhoun us in Stewart county, Ga., or lodged in any jail so 30 7 Ogden &. Ferguson, . 1 25 Playing Cards, French and American. of the greatly Warm Springs.

;i and Franklin counties Ala., Fla., and in Henry, Dale that we get them; and will pay the balance of two Imp' l C2 00 Dan'!. Hyan, . . 325 Also, a variety of Fancy Articles, Soaps, &c., I am, dear sir, with sentiments of high c onsi-
Coffee counties and in-
If i4 and the Court of hundred dollars for the A 00 John Hagan,. . and
(say$100)) apprehension of Irnp'tl 2 25 just received, t for sale at deration your obedient servant,
7 I Appeals, Tallahassee. the thief or thieves, with such evidence as will Imp'tl A2 ,'12 Frank W.hite,. . . 30U JOHN JONES' J. :EOS wELLJ. -
t.t Mr. TAYLOR, has located himself in Abbe convict them for negro stealing, as the law directs 7 <1 Thos. \Yingate, . 275 Hair
Dressing Saloon, To Col. S. R. Bonncr. -
vile Ala. and will in all the Courts --
r practice of in such cases made and provided. F2 15 Henry'Villiams,. . 600 octlO 3rn Centre, near Commerce street. COPARTNERSHIP.
L l that Circuit, and the adjoining counties in Florida JOHN P. BARTEE. PETER HOBERT OF ;:
DISSOLUTION FARROR13l
fl 1 I C. C. YONGE, THOMAS 0. BARTEE. City Tax Collector. small lot suitable for families of "CII I F.sTEH, cofl-
F. CROCKERY
g i; JOHN B. TAYLOR. Stewart Co., Ga., Sept. 25th, IS 14. b7 Gt Apalachicola: June 7th. 18.lJ. jel5 6m JAS }' FARRIOR, McGRIFF this day dissolved by mu is dul!
: IL I! Apalachicola, Oct. 13, 1811.. _o26 lm novlC 0 Columbus sent of the parties. Hugh M. Farrior, inessci
S '.-1,200 bushs Coarse Salt of a superiorquality PEACH URANDY-H bbls Old Peach Block. authorized to settle all the uflfiflisIwI

; OSIERY.-A full assortment of Ladies and just received on consignment. OLD anti a small lot uf Old Monongahela'Vhiskcy 50: PIECES of superior Kentucky Bagging said firm. WILLIAM HRRIOR ,
Gentlemen's Hose and half Hose. For sale by / now l:1ndin, al1l1 for sale by just:: received from New Orleans. HUGH M. '

t. 41 o For sale by B ELLISON & CO., !RAYMOND I & HARDIN, NOUSE, STONE ".... Co. For sale: by B ELLISON ic CO/, EPHALfApabchkola McGRI'i

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