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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED SATURDAYS
BY
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Commerce & Chestnut streets,

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well as all legal advertisements sent in by them,
will be charged at the usual rates.

C ARD S.

Michael A. Mtyers,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
No. 30 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
H. B. Wood,
AUCTIONEER,
Corner of Water and Centre streets.
O- 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
B. Ellison & Co.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
Wm. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
oct26 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
Charles L. LeBaron,
WHOLESALE GROCER
and
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 30 Water street,
nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.
Win. T. Wood,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 33 Water street,
nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.
CHAS. A. GREEN, CHAS. H. CONNERY.
Green & Connery,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 28 Water street,
o14 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
WM. CHESTER. EPHALY MCGRIEF.
Chester & McGriff,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 50 Water street.
nov16 Apalachicola, Fla.
V. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa.
Avery & Jones,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 24 Water street. .,
nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.
J. C. Allen,
Wholesale'and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
.A general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONARY, &c., &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
E. B. Whitmnarsh,
(formerly Whitmarsh Sp Richardson,)
Dealer in
W. 1. GOODS, GROCERIES, CONFECTION
ARY, VEGETABLES, &c., &c.,
No. 29J Water street,
nov16 Apalachicola, Fla.
P. Hobart,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE,
gfr No. 42 Water street-Up stairs,
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla.
Francis Kopman,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &i
Cheap for Cash,
octi Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.
Geo. S. Hawkins,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
f:i Office-Up stairs,
No. 1 Columbus Block, Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
cyt Office, Nb. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


H. B. Wood,
CITY WEIGHER,
0l- Office, cor Centre and Water streets.
nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.
James F. Farrior,
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC
Apalachicola, Fla.
or*- Office, bNo. I Columbus Block.
0y3 He would respectfully solicit the patrona
of his friends and acquaintances.
H. R. Wood,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
9c- Office, cor. Centre and Water street,
oct261y Apalachicola, Fla.


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A.'L. Clements, "
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 23 Water'street,
Apalachicola, Fa.


APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 184
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Thomas. Preston,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANT.
Office, No. 32 Water street-up stairs.
ocl9 6m Apalachicola, Fla.

JOEL W. PERRY. WM. C. DICKINSON.
Perry & Dickinson,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street-Up stairs,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


John H. Hull,
of the late firm of
[N. A. Hardee 84 Co., Savannah, Ga.]
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Office, No. 48 Water street,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
David G. Baney,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.


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


CARDS.

JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also, Agents for the
GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST CO.,
and
"AETNA INSURANCE" and "PROTECTION
INSURANCE" COMPANIES,
of Hartford, Conn.,
No. 52 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
B. F. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks,
Nourse, Stone & Co. ,
COMMISSION MERCHAN'rTS,
also, Agents for the
CONTRIBUTIONSHIP FIRE INSURANCE
Company, of New York,
No. 46 Water street,
nov1 Apalachicola, Fla.
Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
Agents for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of .New York,
No. 51 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
Stephen T. Skillman,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
also,
Agent for the
CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE CO.,
of the City of JNew York.
No. 33 Water street-Up stairs.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
McKay & Hartshorne,
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.
Win. H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.
Wm. II. Kimnbrough & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
.lt- Liberal advances on cotton consigned t(
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. oct26
Benjamin Salter,
COMMISSION MERCtHANT,
No. 32 Water street-Up stairs,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla.
Charles Rogers. John Munn
Chas. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla.
Lockhart & Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDIN(
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla.
Ls. Fred. E. Dugas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 30 Water street, Apalachicola, Fa.
f(S Will make liberal advances on consignmen
of Cotton to his friends in Liverpool, Havre, Ma
seilles, New York or Charleston. nov23
T. H. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 43 Water street-Up stairs.
Apalachicola, Fla.
i- (- Liberal advances made on Cotton, consign
to our friends in New York. novl6
Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.
Thos. L. Mitchel,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, IAN
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,
c. nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.
Wylie & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Apalachicola.
ALVA WYLIE, 1
WM. A. MCKENZIE, S sepi ly


ed; quence of which the Duke (then of Orleans) con- tinct parliaments. So tar he goes along with Mr.
sented to proceed to the United States, and in O'Connell. We are to have a federal union, af-
September, 1796, he embarked on board an ter the example and pattern of the United States;
American trader and arrived at Philadelphia in a British parliament for British purposes, and ark
October. He was soon after joined by his two Irish parliament for Irish purposes, while for the
brothers, the Duke de Montpensier and the Count general purposes of the empire we are to have a
Beaujolais. Congress, constituted distictly from the other two,
long From the United States the royal exiles were and held every third year in Dublin. There are
conveyed in a British Frigate to the Havana; but other difficulties which the idea.of a Congress
the Court of Madrid ordered the Captain-General promises to meet. How else are we to give our
of Cuba to send them away. Proceeding to the colonies that voimc both in their internal affairs,
lo; Bahamas. they passed over to Halifax, where the also in the general concerns of the empire, which

Duke of Kent received them in the kindest man- is the inalienable birthright of British blood, and.
ner. They afterwards proceeded to England, by without which it has never flowed in quietness?
the ordinary conveyance. They arrived in Fal- In fact, how else retain our colonies? But the
mouth in February, 1800, and having received idea of a Congress is, of course, not limited either
;es of permission from the King, George III, they pro- to that of the United States, or to Mr. Porter's
ceeded immediately to London, and took up their imaginary scheme."
oats, residence at Twickenham. Very soon after a re-
ith a conciliation took place between the Orleans j- A false friend is like the shadow on a dial,
num- Princeeand Louis XVIII. They were admitted to which appears in fine weather, but vanishbes at
ly the British Court, and the Duke proceeded with the approach of a cloud.


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


No. 136 Water 8f 80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.
T. E. Lindenberger & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 5 Canal street Row,
NEW ORLEANS.
Wm. H. Brodie, d
D. P. Hogue,
R.. Birchett, v
T. E. Lindenberger, nov23 6m
J. L. Hodges, J. S. Davis.
Davis g Hodges,
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 40 Poydras street, New Orleans.
00- Refers to-Jas F Farrior, Apalachicola, Fla.
Thomas Bertram,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS. novel ly
Andrew S. Cooke,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
janl5 t1nov Apalachicola, Fh.
Edw'd. C. Center & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Mobile, Ala.
Collections and Remittances promptly at
tended to.
Refers to-Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne,
oct26 6m Apalachicola, Fh.
SHEPARD T. LiPPiNcorr, WM. II. WYvri
Lippincott & Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 !y
J. W. Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANT'S,
No. 1S Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. nov .y
Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIE]
No. 2260 Bowery, near Rivington st.
NEW YORK. novel lv


HIGHLAND MA Y. permission of the government to Minorca, with
S Rthe view of visiting the Court of Spain; but such
BY MRS NORTON. was the jealousy of the Spanish government to-
I would I were the light fern growing wards this family that he was obiged to. return to
Beneath my Highland Mary's trea,owing Twickenham, where he lived as a private gentle-
Its would 1 ws oer the gentre hroedwing tleman. The death of his two brothers taking
I would I were awild flower springing place a few years after their arrival in Enand,
Where my sweet Mary loves to rest, grief drove Louis Phillippe abroad for a change
That she might pluck me while she's singing, of scene. He proceeded to Sicily and engaged the
And place me on her snowy breast! affections of the Princess Amelia, second daugh.
I would I were in yonder heaven ter of the King, and the Queen of Naples gave
I would I were in yonder heaven her consent to the marriage of her daughter to the
A silver star, whose soft dim light Dk O 25th November, 1809, Louis
Would rise to bless each summer even, Duke. On the 25th November, 1809, Louis
And watch my Mary all the night! Phillippe was united to the Princess.
I would, beneath these small white fingers, In the following May, the Duke, leaving his
I were the lute her breath has fanne bride landed in Spain upon the invitation of the
The gentle lute, whose soft note lingers, regency, with theview of aiding the patriot cause;
As loth to leave her fairy hand but his services were declined, and the Cortes or-
A happy things! ye may not wander dered him to quit the Spanishfi territory. He ac-
Ah happy things! ye may not wandersky; cordingly returned to Palmero, where he remained
But ever live unchanging yonder, until the fall of Napoleon in 1814. This event
To happiness and Mary nigh was known at Patmero on the 22d of April, and
While I at midnight sadly weeping on the ISth of May the Duke was in Paris, which
Upon its deep transparent blue, he had not seen for more than twenty years.
Can only gaze while all are sleeping, From this period the Duke of Orleans observed
And dream my Mary watches too! the utmost caution in every movement. Upon
the return of Napoleon, the Duke was active in
LOUIS PHILIPPE-KING OF THE FRENCH. his adherence to the royal cause. He endeavor-
Few sovereigns of any age, and none of modern ed to retain the soldiers in the army of the north
times, have passed through greater vicissitudes ofo the King, but the Emperor extinguished the
fortune than the present King of the French.- faint loyalty of men who had*thing to connect
Louis Philippe was the son of the notorious Duke them with the Bourbon family but the abstract
of Orleans, or Citizen Egalite, associated with the idea of legitimacy. He resigned the command of
Reign of Terror, in the French Revolution.- the army to Marshal Mortier, and left France,
Louis Philippe, Duke de Valois, was born in and returned to his former residence at Twicken-
1773. His father was then Duke de Chartres ham. The cannon of ~Waterloo having broken
(the Duke of Orleans being alive,) and his mother, the talisman which seemed to give Napoleon a
was the heiress of the Duke of Penthievre. The supernatural command in Europe, again restored
Duke de Valois (Louis Philippe) was the eldest of Louis XVIII. to his throne, but with altered sen-
three sons. In his eighth year his father consul- timents towards the Duke of Orleans, who was
ted Madame de Genlis upon the choice of a fit tu- received coldly at court, and the King made no
tor for him. The Chevalier de Bonnard (who secret of his limited confidence in him. The
- had been recommended to the Duke by M. de course which was pursued by the Duke of Or-
Buflfn) and the Abbe Guyot were to be sub-tu- leans in respect to some of the tyrannical acts of
tors. Bonnard, however, resigned to M. le Brun. the later years of the reign of Louis XVII. evinc-
As the Duke grew up into manhood, he was ed perhaps, as much policy as humanity and mag&
initiated into the mysteries of the political schools nanimity. The finishing stroke was given to his
. of the Revolution. In 1790 he was introduced by popularity by the impolitic ordinance of the King,
his father into the Jacobin Club. In 1791 he passed in consequence of the Duke's speech i
' appeared in the uniform of the National Guard. the Chamber of Peers-that the Princes of the
As colonel of a regiment of dragoons, he joined blood were not to appear in the Chamber in fu-
the army at Vendgme. The first campaign of the ture, except by special permission.' The event
young "citizen" 'vas under Dumouriez, in the which would probably have happened under even
war between France and Austria, in 1792. He a less indiscreet 'sovereign, was accelerated by
was soon after transferred to Dumouriez's army on the weakness of Charles X., and the madness of
the frontier, where the Duke de Chartres, then the Polignac ministry. A sudden outburst of
only nineteen, gathered his first military lauARIs popular indignation in the metropolis vacatedthe
at the battle of Gemappes. throne; the Duke of Orleans was placed in the
R The Duke signalized himself again at. Anbr- post of Lieutenant General of the Kingdom;"
lacht, on the 14th of November, on the l9tilat and on the 31st of July, 1830, he accompanied
Tirlemont; and on the 27th at Varroux. Du- the Deputies from the Provisional Government
- mouriez advanced to Brussels on the twelfth day from his chateau of Neuilly to Paris, dressed en
1s after the victory at Gemappes. He left the win- bourgeoise, with a tri-color cockade.
ter quarters of the army in Belgium to visit his The Chamber of Deputies, headed by La Fay-
sister, the Princess Eugene Louise Adelaide, who ette, soon after proceeded to the Palais Royale,
had been just included, along with Madame de and made a tender of the crown to His Royale
Genlis, in the proscriptive law against emigra- Highness, who accepted it, regarding the decla-
de tion. Whilst at Tournay, whither he had con- ration of the Chamber "as the expression of the
ducted his sister, a decree appeared, declaring national will." Here we may fitly close our has-
that every member of the Bourbon-Carpet family ty sketch of almost eventful life.
to should quit the territory of the republic, as well
e- as that occupied by its armies; but an exception Tailors.-Many eminent men have served
eD was made by the convention in favor of the Or- their time at tailoring. Thomas Woolman, ana-
to leans princes. The Duke de Chartres returned to tive of New Jersey, who first suggested the idea
to the army to acquire fresh reputation at the seige of of abolishing the slave trade, was a tailor by tradp.
ed Maestricht, under General Miranda. At the bat- He published much on that subject, and went to
er tle of Nerwinde in 1793, he performed many acts Europe to consult distinguished men respecting
er of valor; Dumouriez was defeated by the Aus- the topic, where he died of the small pox in
as trians, who were only prevented from destroying 1772.
t- the French army by the Duke de Chartres and Sir John Hawkwood-the first English Gen.-
es. General Leveneur, who at the head of a battalion was also a tailor. His historian says of him-
ns of veterans checked their advance. The Duke "He turned his needle into a sword, and his thim.
et; had a horse killed under him. This defeat was ble into a shield." He died in 1394. In Hed-
for the ruin of the Duke's hope in the republican ser- dingham there is a monument erected to his me-
or vice. Only thirteen days after, Dumouriez was mory.
se- supping with the Duke, when a courier arrived Benjamin Robbins, the compiler of Anson's
st with orders that both should proceed to Paris to voyage around the world-if not a tailor by trade,
nest explain their conduct at the battle of Nerwinde, was the son of a tailor.
fi before the Committee of Public Safety. Thus Sir Ralph Blackwell, knighted by Edward III,
ilet closed the connection of Louis Philippe with re- for his bravery, was a tailor by trade. He was
ket publican France. the founder of Blackwell Hall.
ind The Duke repaired in the first instance to John Stowe, the antiquarian, who died in Lon-
ery Mons, the Austrian head quarters, to obtain pass- don about the year 1600, at the age of 80 years,
rids ports. There Prince Charles invited him to en- was a tailor.
d ter the service of the empire; but he refused to John Speed, the distinguished historian, ser-
carry arms against France, and, assuming the ved his apprenticeship at the same trade.
GS name and appearance of an English traveller, Let our tailors be encouraged. Many an emin-
journeyed through Germany and Switzerland.- ent man, besides those we have mentioned above,
He was almost a penniless fugitive in the Gris- has arisen to usefulness and honor from this trade.
, ons, when the Duke received a letter from M. No class of men among us are more indturious-
ee, Mohtesquieu, offering him the situation of pro- and very few are more intelligent.
fessor at the college of Reichenau, which he ac-
cepted, and was admitted in October, 1793, in The London Times, of a late date, thus speaks
his 22d year, under the name of M. Chabaud, of the project for a Federal Union between Great
%L- having undergone a rigid examination without be- Britain and Ireland, put forth by a Mr. Porter.-
and ing recognized by any one save M. Jost, the pre- It will be seen that this influential paper has a
on sident of the college. Here he continued to teach bearing towards the proposition. Some arrange-
ws: for eight months, during which time he inspired meant of the kind, we doutb not, would have a
the inhabitants of Reichenau with so high an es- beneficial influence upon the interests of both is-

teem for his virtues and abilities, that they ap- lands.
pointed him their Deputy to the Assembly of "Mr. Porter's project of a federal" union be-
Coire. tween Great Britain and Ireland has met with
The intelligence of his father's fate compelled considerable favor from two very numerous clas-
him to seek change of scene. He once more be- ses of men-those who aim at a distincter na-
came a wanderer, his whole property being a staff tionality for the latter island, and those who feel
and a knapsack. He proceeded to Hamburg, rather distressingly the predominance of Irish sub-
thence to Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Lapland, jects and Irish speeches in the inpeial legisla,
and the North Cape, pushing his travels to with- ture. A purely Irish parliament in St. Stephen'
in eighteen degrees of the Arctic Pole. Return- Green, and an equally expurgated British pauia.
ing to Sweden, he revisited Denmark, and reach- meant in St. Stephen's Chapel, could hardly fail
o; ed Hamburg again in 1796. to be popular ideas in their several quarters.-
At HIamburg the Frenc h Directory commenced Mr. Porter recommends a repeal of the existing
a npogciation with theillhstrious exile, in conse- union in 1801, and a restoration of the two dis-


N[ew York, New Orleans and Miscellanou
ADVERTISEMENTS.

PRINT WAREHOUSE
IN NEW YORK
To supply the City, Southern and Interiortrad
by the Piece or Package.
No. 44 Cedar street, near William.
L EE & BREWSTER give notice
Dealers in DRY GOODS, that they hrve r
moved their WAREHOUSE for PRIMTE
CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Peirl,
No. 44 Cedar street. By confining their atenti
o PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are nabl
to exhibit an assortment far suppassing aiy ev
before offered in America; and to sell at p-ices
ow, and generally lower, than those wlose a
mentionn is divided'among a large variety of article
The stock consists of several thousand patter
and colors, embracing every variety of AME
ICAN AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market
many styles of which are got up exclusively f
their own sales, and cannot be obtained els
where, except in second hands..
Dealers in Prints will find it to then inter
to call and examine this stock, before maki
purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they w
have the advantage of learning the lowest marl
price, and comparing all the most desirable a
fashionable styles in market, side by side.
(0 Catalogues of Prices, corrected vith evi
variation of the market, are placed in Ihe han
of buyers. )ct7 tfn
"BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDING
Thos. M. Doyle & Co.
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS
Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Fiont Lev
and at No. 20 Natchez street ,
N. ORLEANS.

0- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEA
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Tunentine
Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follow
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. I 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 Verdittcr;
ChroUne Yellow and Orange do;
FINE COLORS :-Ultamarine and Cobalt;
Yellow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Inlian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; English d ;
Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umb'e;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York d
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green,
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Libseed Oil; Do. boill
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,(D0,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8; Badger Hair
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 1I and 14 in
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flit;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent d
Whitewash and Mop do;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted siz
French, English and American.
03- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam B

Shipping and Plantation use; together wi
variety of articles in the Painting line, too n
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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.


APLAAOHIOULA, SATURDAY, DEC. 7, 1844.

OUR SHEET.-We have heard of complaints
being made, that our paper is too small, con-
tains too little reading matter, and is not compe-
tent, in its present shape, to furnish all the com-
mercial news and interesting items demanded by
the importance of our city. We concede the
justness of these complaints, and it has been our
intention, for some time, to remedy the matter as
soon as it was possible for us to do so. Two more
numbers will Omplete the second volume of the
Advertiser; and if our readers and advertising
friends will but exercise a spirit of lenity and
christian forbearance toward us until its comple-
tion, we will present them with the first number
of the third volume in a new dress, enlarged and
improved, both in mechanical appearance and
selection of matter.
Who wants to subscribe ?
THANKSGIVING.


We are sometimes induced mentally to inquire
why is it that Thanksgiving days in Florida are
things of such rare occurrence? Is it that we
have less to be thanful for, or are we in fact more
ungrateful? The latter to our mind seems most
consonant to truth, and the fact forces itself vi-
vidly upon our mental organ just now, having in
view the manifold blessings with which we are at
present favored. We have just passed through a
season when the destroying angel has heretofore
made dreadful devastations among us, severing
the tie of kindnel and friendship, while for the
past year a state of health has reigned throughout
our tropical clime-remarkable even in situations
more noted for their sanitory character, while
Texas and other, ports of the Gulf have been more
or less effected by epidemics-the former having
been visited by one of such violence that it seemed
as tho' a pestilence were breathing o'er the land.
We could mention the cessation of Indian hostili-
ties and a volume besides, but we are satisfied
that all must feel that we have much to be thank-
ful for, and that there exists no reason (save in
our ingratitude,) why we should not, like other
communities, exhibit, by public demonstration,
our remembrance of the Divine Power whose
behests we enjoy.

THE TEMPERANCE CAUSE.
Now, after the excitement of a six months'
Presidential campaign is over, and the popular
mind has once more returned to its ordinary calm-
ness, the friends and advocates of the great cause
of the Temperance Reformation, throughout the
United States, should be up and doing. For our-
selves, however, we are happy to see that the
temperance movement in our city, is on the in-
crease, and that they have, with the assistance of
some of our citizens, succeeded in establishing a
Reading Room and Library, which they have
generously thrown open, free of charge, to all
those who feel disposed to avail themselves of its
truly valuable benefits. The cause of temper-
ance in one, in which we, (although not a mem-
ber of its society,) shall always be found ready,
as far as our humble abilities will permit, to
extend thereto, our cordial co-operation, to all
measures calculated to advance its interests and
promote its welfare.

UNITED STATES SENATE.
The next Senate of the Urfited States, judging
from the political character of the several State
Legislatures from which members are to be
chosen, will in all probability-independent of
Virginia-stand 26 whigs and 25 democrats. In
Virginia, it is very doubtful who will succeed al-
though the whigs have a majority of two in the
Legislature of that State, owing to the difficulties
which have always, heretofore existed in that
body on abstract questions, strict constructionists,
&c., &c., it is said that the democrats will suc-.
ceeded in electing their candidate. Should such
be the case, then the democrats will have a ma-
jority, as Mr. Dallas, the Vice President elect,
will be ex-officio President of the Senate, and
will, in all cases of a tie, have the casting vote.

Wry- The Mexican steamers Montezuma" and
and Guadaloupe," and brig-of-war Santa
Anna," left New York on the 24th ult., bound
for Vera Cruz.
Postage Reform.-The New York Tribune
says-We have the authority in which we con-
fide for saying, that Postmaster General Wick-
liffe will next week recommend to Congress a
reduction of the Rates of Postage to five cents for
all distances under, five hundred miles, and ten
cents for all greater distances. There can be no
doubt that Congress will readily concur, though
the Post Office Committee of the House will in-
terpose every obstacle in its power.

The U. S. Senate.-We see in many of oui
exchange papers, calls upon Messrs. CLAY and
WEBSTER, to return to the Senate. It is also in.
timated that Mr. CLAYTON will be returned from
Delaware, and Mr. VAN BUREN from New York
Mr. EWING will also probably be elected fromr
Ohio; so there is a prospect of there being a greai
array of talent in the next Senate.

(3r- Money, says the Express, begins to be mor(
abundant, and the Banks are a little over thei]
timidity. The amount of specie drawn from th(
Banks within a few weeks has been about twelv
hundred thousand dollars, rather a moderate sum
The amount of specie on hand by all our Banks i
about seven millions, quite large enough fo:
all purposes.
(,- On the 8th ult., the Legislature of Arkan


sas, unanimously elected Chester Ashley, to thi
Senate of the United States, for the unexpired
term of Mr. Fulton, deceased.


THE ELECTION.
We give below the final result of the late Ter-
torial Election which took place on the 4th ulti-
mo. They may be considered as correct although
not official. The senate stands eight democrats
and seven whigs; the lower house seventeen de-
mocrats and thirteen whigs, and one independent.
Democratic Majority in both houses five.
SENATE.-15 Members.


i of 34,140, including 17,240 white males, and 14,
, 289 white females.
S Interesting Discovery.-The theatre of the an
t cient city of Parma has been discovered at a con
siderable depth in the earth, and in remarkable
state of preservation. The government has ordei
e ed researches to be made, and has purchased sev
r eral houses which stand in the way of the opera
tion.
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e Remarkable Fecundity.-It is said "by th
papers" that a young wife at Lowell, Mass., hb
presented her husband with five children in ele
s ven months! And an editor asks, who can be;
r that?" In the name of Bedlam who would wis
to beat it ?
Philadelphia Lawyers, puzzled.-There ar
e it is said, nearlp 400 lawyers old and young, hang
ing about the courts of Philadelphia, and actually
d not business enough for more than one-fourth th
number. Boys dy you hear that ?"


Western District. Whig Dem
Wm W J Kelly, of Escambia,.......1
Walker Anderson, do. ....... 1
Dr. N A Long, of Jackson, .......... 1
Sam'l C Bellamy, do. .........1
Middle District.
Jas M Gilchrist, of Gadsden,.......... 1
Thos Baltzell, of Leon,.............. 1
Wm D Mosely, of Jefferson,.......... 1
J B Richardson, of Madison,.......... 1
A G Johnson, of Hamilton,.......... 1
Eastern District.
Jacob Summerlin, of Columbia,.....1.1
Isaiah D Hart, of Duval,............. 1
Jesse Carter, of Columbia,........... 1
Benj A Putman, of St. Johns'........ 1
Southern Dtistrict.
Temple Pent, of Monroe,............ 1
Geo W Macrea, do ............ 1
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HOUSE-31 Members.
Western District. Whig Dem
Escambia County-F E de LaRua,.. .1
Walton-Alexander 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 T Brown, D J H Ran-
dolph & A Cromartie,.............3
Jefferson-Thos J Heir and John L
Taylor, ........................... 2
Madison-D H Mays,. .(Independent)
Hamilton-Robt L Ivey,............
Wakulla-W H Walker,............ 1
Eastern District.
St. Johns-W A Forward & Wm W
Loring,............. .......... 2
Columbia-Geo E McClellan,........ 1I
Alachua-*Child,....................1
Benton-Jas Gibbons,................ 1
Marion-W D Branch, .............. 1
Hillsborough-J A Goff,............ 1
Mosquito-Mai C Taylor,............ 1
Duval-H 1H Phillips (whig) and A W
Critchton (dem,) ................ 1 1
Nassau-J H Haddock,.... ........ 1
St. Lucia-No Representative,
Southern District.
Monroe-Alex Patterson,............ 1
Dade-John P Baldwin,.............. 1
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The St. Augustine Herald of the 19th ult.,
says, that it is the intention itf Mr J J Sanchez,
(dem) to contest the seat of Mr Child in this
County.
LATE FROM ENGLAND.
A The eamer Brittania arrived at Boston on the
morning of the 22d ult., bringing sixteen days
gter dftes than previously received.
SSince the departure of the last steamer, the af-
fairs of England, have been unusually calm; and
indeed the same remarks applies to Europe gene-
rally, if we except Spain, which still continues
to be distracted with plots and threatened revolu-
tions.
In our Commercial relations with Belgium,
however, there has been a general and as regards
English interests, an injurious change. The late
railway excitement forms the only point of im-
portonce in our domestic matters.
Business in the manufacturing districts was
good. Makers of heavy cloths, power loom prin-
ters, and manufacturers of domestics, had as
many orders on hand as they could execute. ,The
woolen trade was hardly as good.
Cotton remained pretty much the same as at
the date of our previous advices. There was no
change in prices, but the market generally had
a dull aspect.
In Ireland the discontent with Mr. O'Connell,
for his abandonment of thorough-going repeal, and
advocacy of a federal union, appears to be on the
increase. The warmest of his former partizans
seem now to be the loudest in his condemnation;
among others Mr. Duffy, editor of "The Nation,"
who has published a letter on the subject.-
Meantime Mr. O'Connell was eujoying himself al
Darrynane.
appointmentt by the President.-J. B. Lacy
of Virginia, to be Consul of the United States foi
the port of Neuvitas, in the island of Cuba, ir
the place of William Hogan.

Virginia U. S. Senator.-The question a
to the Senator from Virginia is exciting public
discussion. The democrats speak of Gov. Mc
Dowell and R. M. T. Hunter; the whigs of W
C. Rives. Upon this election will depend th
political complexion of the U. S. Senate.

Texas.-Northern Texas is fast filling up-
emigrants are pouring into that section more ra
pidly than other portion of the Republic. Fou
hundred families from Missouri and Illinois hav
Lately settled on the upper Trinity. They ar
the old pioneers of the Western States, are we]
armed, and prepared to defend themselves against
Mexicans and Indians.

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SCHOOL LANDS.
We are pleased to see, that this all-important
subject, is engaging public attention. By an act
of the last Congress, provision is made for the
location elsewhere, of appropriate sections where
the sixteenth, in any township, may have been
taken by a private claim. This law will em-
brace of course, all sixteenths covered by the
grant of Forbes & Co. Is not this subject worthy
the attention of our Senators and Representatives
from this, and the other districts, and of the local
authorities generally ? Is it not well worth the
earnest consideration of every one anxious to ad-
vance and promote the interests of the people of
this Territory ?
TALLAHASSEE, November 12th, 1844.
SIR:-The Board of Trustees of the Seminary
Lands of this Territory, have imposed upon me
the duty of obtaining information expedient and
proper to the promotion of education in Florida.
They look with anxiety and interest to the adop-
tion, at a period not distant, of means, through
the abundant resources belonging to the people
of this Territory, when the inestimable blessing
of a good education may be secured to every child
within its borders. That this can be accomplish-
ed by judicious care and management, and by the
aij and co-operation of the people, will appear
evident from a consideration of their means and
resources.
By solemn act of Congress, the Sixteenth Sec-
tion in every township throughout the Territory,
bdongs to the inhabitants of the township forev-
er, for the purposes of schools, never to be ap-
propriated to any other use. It is true the Le-
gidature of 1828, permitted leases to be made
urtil the Territory became a State. This act was
repealed, and indeed was beyond the power of
the Legislature and of no validity, the act of
Congress providing for their rent "from year to
year." The law of 1844 gives to the inhabitants
of each township entire control over their Six-
teenth Sections, by providing for the election by
them of Trustees to take charge of the lands. It
is to be hoped that all good citizens will unite
and contribute their aid in placing this land in a
situation different from that it has heretofore oc-
cmpied, so that the true owners, the children of
the township, may derive from it the advantages
which it can so well afford them.
Congress, as early as 1823, gave to the Terri-
tory two townships of land for a Seminary of
learning." By the most unaccountable neglect,
oily 27,360 acres, out of 46,080, have been loca-
ted. To remedy this deficiency, the last Council
pissed a resolution requesting the Secretary of
tie Treasury to locate the remainder, which du-
t3 is in progress of performance. The land loca-
ted like that of the Sixteenth Sections has been
it the possession of private individuals, and turn-
el to private account, in some instances greatly
injured, the land being worn out and the timber
destroyed. The Board of Trustees to prevent
tlis, and to derive revenue, as far as practica-
be, from that in cultivation, early in the year
appointed agents, who have been actively engaged
ii their duty, qnd hope to realize near $1000 of
rment this year.
The Board have also about 1t00no loaned out at
ai interest of eight per cent., a part of the sum
d rived from the General Government as the Ter-
ritory's share of the distribution of the proceeds of
tie sales of the public lands. The House of Rep-
resentatives of the last Council, passed an. act
d viding this fund amongst the Counties of the
Territory, which, happily, the Senate rejected.
Both Houses passed an act making it.the "dutv
of this Board to prepare and digest a plan for the
instruction of youth throughout the Territory-tc
ascertain the best system and mode of education
forschools-the books to be used by them-and
to give assistance and encouragement to saic
schools, and to prepare and recommend a system
for :he disposition of the Seminary Lands, and the
funds to be derived therefrom." Although the
law on account of a difference as to the details
wasrejected, the Board have considered it inci.
catie of the will of the Legislature, and are de.
sirols of fulfiling its directions.
t ith this view, they have taken the liberty o
addr-ssing their fellow-citizens generally, to ob.
tain their co-operation and aid, anxious to receive
suggestions from all sources, and most especially
from those whose interests are most directly and
immediately involved.
In urtherance of this plan, will you favor us
with information on the following points, or i
Unable to answer yourself, procure the informa
tion fiorn other sources?
S 1st. What is the number of children in you:
, County between the ages of ten and twenty-one
2d. What is the number of schools in you
- County, with the number of scholars in each ?
t 3d. What numberof children receives advanta
ges of education in your County ?
4th. What is the course of instruction in you
Count' ?
r 5th. Are the schools sustained through mean
of the Sixteenth Sections, or have they derive
benefitfrom them ?
6th. Are those sections, in your County, of va
lue, and may they or not be turned to account ?
S 7th. What plan would you propose in referee
Sce to totose lands, to make them most available
- for these of schools in the township ?
8th. That plan would you propose as to th
Sfund of $1,000 derived from the General Govern
e ment ?
9th. What disposition would you suggest to b
made of:he Seminary Lands, and of the fund re
ceived through rent thereof?
10th. What number of children, from you


City Council Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER,
Thursday Evening, Nov. 28th, 1844. 5
Council met this evening. Present. David G.
Raney, Mayor; Councilmen Babcock, Roberts,
Farrior, Schiffer and Simmons.
The minutes of last meeting were read and ap-
proved.
Mr. Farrior, from the Committe on Claims, re-
ported on the following bills, which were passed
and allowed, viz:
Anson Hancock's bill (for sundries,)......$147 62
D. G. Raney's bill for Lumber,.......... $10 00
Order of Committee on Streets, favor of P.
Grady, for grading Centre street,........ $10 00
J. Cunningham's bill forclearing nuisance .$34 00
Receipt of Street Committee in favor of J.
Gilmore, for 40 cedar posts,............$30 00
H. F. Simmons' bill for negro hire,........ $5 00
John Kennedy, board of pauper,............ $2 12
W. Valleau, engrossing ordinances,...... 15 00
He also reported on the bill of P. Grady, for
$45 80, that he could obtain no information in re-
lation to it, but what appeared on the face of the bill.
Mr. Roberts moved that P. Grady have leave
to withdraw said bill-which motion was adopted.
The Clerk read a communication from mem-
bers of the Fire Engine Company, asking that the
Engine House be removed either on Water or
Commerce streets. Whereupon, Mr. Roberts
moved, seconded by Mr. Schifler, that said com-
-munication be received and referred to a commit-
tee of three to report thereon. And the Mayor
named Messrs. Roberts, Farrior and Schiffer, and
on motion of Mr. Farrior, the Mayor was added
thereto.
On motion, the Council then adjourned.

The N. 0. Picayune notices the receipt in that
city of several samples of remarkable cotton, from
the plantation of Mr. Abbey, on the Yazoo. It is
a new description of cotton, never before grown
in the United States, and but twenty bales have
been picked this year. Mr. Abbey has called it
the Mastondon" cotton, considering it much
finer than that grow from tne Mexican seed. The
seed, he states, was procured in the city of Mexi-
co four years ago. It was not known or grown
there to any extent, and could only be had at one
bit a piece, which was the price actually paid for
it by a gentleman who brought a few from Mexico
in his pocket-book to the United States. Mr. Ab-
bey intends planting no other henceforth, thinking
that he can raise from 50 to 100 per cent. more
from this than the usual seed.
Commercial Uusage.-Judge Oakley has deci-
ded, in the Superior Court of the State of New
York, the law to be that, where a commercial
house does business pursuant to certain rules
which it lays down for its government, and an-
other party deals with that house under a know-
ledge that such rules exist, he is amenable to them
-also, that where a house receives an account
current from another house abroad, and does not
object to the charges within a reasonable time, it
is considered as accepting the account, and he is
held by it.


EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHIOOLA.
Commencing 1st September, 1844-anud same
time in 1843.


I Past Previ-
WHITHER EXPORTED. week. ously

New York................ 440
New Orleans......... 57 107
Other ports...... ......... ......
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MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF APALACHICOLA......Dec. 7.


CLEARED.
Schr Pearl, Oakum, for Mobile. by C L LeBaron.
Schr Swallow, Shannon, for New Orleans.

ARRIVED.
Ship Mary Frances, Jewett, from Havana, to
D B Wood & Co.
Ship Element, Turner, from Boston, to D B
Wood & Co.
Ship Ta.llahassee, Hadley, fm Liverpool, to J
Day & Co.
lBarque Nicolas Brown, Andros, fm New York.
Barque Odd Fellow, Pettinmill, fm Portland, Me.
Barque Tiberius, Hawes, fm Boston to Wm H
Kimbrouglh & Co.
Brig historian, Lufkin, fm Jamaica, to McKay
& 11artshorne.
Brig Bordeaux, Barnes, fin Havana, to D B
Wood & Co.
Brig Republic, Gates, finm New York, to Charles
Rogers& Co.
Brig Star, Chase, fm St. Marks, to Charles
Rogers & Co.
Brig Camilla, Maudicul fm New York, to C
Rogers & Co.
Brig Old Colony, Chase, from Havana, to D B
Wood & Co.
Sclr Pearl. Oakum, fm Mobile toC L LeBaron.
Schr Star, Smith, fin St Marks, to M A Myers.
Schr Romeo, Young. fm Boston, toW A Wood.
Schr Alida, fm Turks Island.
Steamer Lowell, Moore, fm Jernigan.
Steamer Siren, Van Veghten, fin Browns Ferry.
Steamer Augusta, Hall, fin Columbus.
Steamer Apalachicola, Sutton, fm Jernigan,
Steamer Columbus, Crenshaw, fm Columbus.
Steamer Boston, J A Morton, fm Columbus.
Stermer Florence, Ryneer, fm Columbus.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Flat Boat, Woodruff, fm Columbus.
Barge Cotton Plant, fm Marianna.

LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Mary Francis, 326 tons, Boston, loading-D B
Wood & Co.
Element, Turner, 449 tons, for freight or charter-
D B Wood &- Co.
Tallahassee, Hadley 489 tons, waiting-J Day
& Co.
Tar )iita, Smith, 549 tons, waiting-J Day & Co
Sabbittis, Cox, 44P tons, loading, Boston-D B
Wood & Co.
Tuskina, Williams, 420 tons, Liverpool, loading-
Nourse, Stone & Co.
Florence, Leach, 267 tons, freight or charter-
Harper & Holmes.
BARQUTES.
N Brown, Andros, 196 tons, fm N York-Master.
Odd Fellow, Pettingill, 242 tons, fm Portland-
Master.
Tiberius, Hawes, 290, fm Boston, awaiting freight-
Wm H Kimbrough & Co.
Collossus, McDonald, 399 tons, Liverpool, load-
ing-J Day & Co.
Russia, Larrabee, 330 tons, Boston, loading-D B
Wood & Co.
Rolla, Giberson, 248 tons, Boston-W G Porter
& Co.
Lion, Alexander, 338 tons, awaiting freight-
Harper & Holmes.
BRIGS.
Camilla, Mandaville, 193 tons, New York, load-
ing-Chas Rogers & Co.
Old Colony, Chase, 244 tons, Boston, loading-D
B Wood & Co.
Bordeaux, Barns, 236 tons, Providence, loading-
1) B Wood & Co.
Republic, Gates, 139 tons, Philadelphia, loading-
Chas Rogers & Co.
Star, Chase, 161 tons, Baltimore, loading-Chas
Rogers & Co.
Historian, Lufkin, 242 tons, New York, loading-
W H Kimbrough & Co.
Metamora, Ashby, 195 tons, New York-B Elli-
son & Co.
W L Jones, Tyler, 220 tons, New York-Harper
& Holmes.
Manhattan, Doane, 146 tons, New York-Nourse,
Stone & Co.
Paragon, Brayton, 240 tons, Providence, loading-
T L Mitchel.
Empire, Lewis, 219 tons, New York-McKay &
Hartshorne.
SCHOONERS.
Christina, Godfrey, 59 tons, freight or charter-
Master.
Star, Smith, tons, New Orleans-M A Myers.
Romeo, Yonng, -tons, discharging-W A Wood,
Adelaide, tons,


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Last
season

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187

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PASSENGERS.
Per schr Pearl-C L LeBaron, and lady, Miss
Julia Marsh.
Per steamer Boston-F B Betts, J Reynolds, J
S Hawkins, W S Dilworth, C N Josey, J R
Smart, J G Poulhac, W Powell, Dr. Sam'I C
Bellamy, S Marshal, Spright.
Per steamer Florence--G Sutton and lady,
Gardner.
Per steamer Augusta-Mrs Smith and 4 chil-
dren, Gen McDqugald, Gen Ross, Cot Harper,
W H Talman, R Williams, J D Howell, J S
Calhoun, H B Perryman, P 0 Beall, E Wooten,
A Lovelace, J Benington, J Smith, J K Hewitt,
M Taylor, Thompson, D K Dodge.
Per steamer Columbus-Judge S WV Carmack,
Gen C H Dupont, Col Wm Wynn, Chas Rogers,
L A Thompson.
Per steamer Champion-Major Alexander, Judge
R C Spann, J F Bosworth, C S Seyms.
Per steamer Siren-Col F Carter, Col R Myers,
Dr N A Long, Wm H Brockenbrough, Thomas
Baltzell, Jos Branch, Esqrs, Col Rich'd H Long,
Messrs Wm A Kaini, B S Hawley, Gibson, Childs,
Crugar.
Per steamer Apalachicola-Capt Brown and la-
dy, Capt Douglass, Messrs John MeNorton, Por.
ter and J.ones.
Per steamer Lowell-W A McKenzie, H Ham.
cock, B Ellis, L W Spratt.
Per steamer Siren-Dr J M Galt, Messrs Ste-
vens, Woodward, Baker, Skerlock and Pope.
R RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per steamer Boston-816 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 20 to McKay & Hartshorne; 2 pkgs
mdze to Hill, Dawson & Co.
Per Steamer Florence-57 bales cotton to J C
Maclay; 200 to C Ross; 100toD. B Wood & Co.
Per Steamer Champion-S0 bales cotton to Me-
Kay & Hartshorne; 62 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 51
to Lockhart & Young; 50 to C Rogers & Co; 89
to W G Porter & Co; 34 to Wylie & McKenzie;
17 to Sanford & Butt; 13 to B S Hawley.
Per Steamer Siren-2.5 bales cotton to Perry &
D;ckinson; 5 to W G Porter & Co.
Per Steamer Lowell-153 bales cottonto McKay
& Hartshorne; 97 to Wylie and McKenzie; 63 to
Lockhart & Young; 52 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 14
to Perry & Dickinson; 10 to W G Porter & Co;
4 to E P Butts.
Per Steamer Apalachicola-128 bales cotton to
D G Raney; 17 to Lockhart & Young; 14 to A
T Bennett; 12 to W G Porter & Co; 5 to McKay
& Hartshorne.
Per Steamer Notion-450 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 171 to J Day & Co; 104 to Charles
Rogers & Co.
Per Stemer Siren-27 bales cotton to McKay &c
Hartshorne; 12 to B S Hawley; 6 to T Preston;
6 to Lockhart & Young.
Per Steamer Columbus-358 bales cotton to W
H Kimbrough & Co; 200 to D B Wood & Co;
46 to Charles Rogers & Co- 40 to John C Maclay.
Per Steamer Jas Y Smith-5 boxes, 5 kegs to-
bacco, 12 bales cotton to Dodge & Gardner; 19
to Perry & Dickinson; 18 to T Preston.
Per Steamer Augusta-100 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 63 to T L Mitchell; 73 to Harper k
Holmes; 71 to Wylie & McKenzie; 50 to HiilM
Dawson & Co; 3 to E P Butts; 29 to J C Ma,-
clay; 21 McKay & Hartshorne.
Per barge Cotton Plant-50 .bales cotton to Capt
Wynns; 36 to Home; 7 to Jas F Farrior; 6 to
T Harvey.
Per Flat Boat--600 bales cotton to D B Wood,

IMPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Tallahassee--- cases
steel, 35 casks hardware, I case do, 3 hhds hollow
ware, 7 baskets vices, 9 bags nails, 18 anvils, 1
bale scythes, to H R Taylor; 11 cases and 7 bdls.
steel, to Lockhart & Young; 1595 sks salt, 100
hampers potatoes, to J Day & Co.
JAMACIA-Per brig Historian-3,000 oranges,
to order.
NEW YORK-Per bark N Brown-27 pkgs
mdze, to T Preston; 1 N Seymour; 25 McKay &
Hartshorne; 9 Green & Connery; 1 J Schrotd; 55
B Ellison & Co; 1 Harper & HolmeelO0 S "W
Spencer; 34 Lockhart & Young; 101 D H Wil-
iams; 265 H R Taylor; 4 J Day & Co; 7 A G-
Semmes; 13 Wylie & McKenzie; 1 R Steenbergh;
2 W S Demarel; 5 Avery & Jones; 30 W G Por.
ter & Co.
Per big Republic-35 bags coffee, to order.
BOSTON-Per bark Tiberius-85 pkgs mdze to
W H Kimbrough & Co. 1 N C Robbins; 250 csks
lime; 150 bbls potatoes, 70 pkgs, to order.
Per ship Element-100 bbls potatoes, 110 bales
hay, to D B Wood &Co.
Per schr Romeo-00 casks lime, W A Wood,
PORTLAND-Per bark Odd Fellow-300.bbls
potatoes, 50 tons hay 28 pkgs mdze, to order.
MOBILE-Per schr Pearl-500 sks salt, 63,000
segars, 135 bags coffee, 21 pkgs mdze, to C L.Le-
Baron.
EXPORTS.
NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Swallow-67
bales cotton.


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LATEST DATES.
Liverpool........Nov. 5. New York....Nov. 2
Havre,.......... 1. New Orleans,.. 2
Havana,........Nov. 9. Charleston,.... 3(
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Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M.
Closes Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10, P.M.


LEMONS.-20 boxes fresh Lemons, now land-
ing, for sale by J DAY & CO.,
dec7 52 Water street.


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ST. JOSEPH MAIL.
ue Tuesday and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M.
loses Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8, A. M.

COTTON MARKET.


There has been a fair inquiry for Cotton this
week and prices are quite firm without any imr-.
provement We quote: Inferior 3j a 4; Ordinary
41 a 41; Middling 4j a 41; Middling Fair 4 a
51; Fair to fully Fair 5j a 6c.
The sales for the week are 1204 bales, as follows:
11 at 4; 167 at 41; 111 at4j; 313 at4j; 174at 4;
78 at 4 9-16; 35 at 4j; 51 at 4-16; 90'at 41; 19 at
4 13-16; 98 at 4 ; 5 at 5; 50 at 5 3-16; 2 at 6c.
COTTON STATEMENT. Last


Stock on hand 1st Sept...........3
Received this week,...........4,747
previously, ..........8,814
Total..... bales 13,564
T1 po. Je- mi ee. ...I...


year.
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- County, ire sent abroad for education,and at wha
r expense:
e Other information, not within the range of these
e queries,but pertinent to the subject of education
will be thankfully received.
1 Your compliance will greatly oblige,
it Yours, &c.
THOMAS BALTZELL,
President, Board Trustees.
n
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA,
EXECUTIVE OFFICE,
Tallahassee, November 12, 1844.
At the request of the President of the Board
- Trustees, nd considering the subject embraced
le the foregoing circular of great public importance
r- I recommend it to the attention of' the officers
7. the Territorial Government, and request that th(
will give it their aid and co-operation.
JNO. BRANCH, Governor.

e A. Picture of Distress,-It is stated in Live
as pool from 35,000 to 40,000 persons live in cellar
e- always damp and low, generally unpaved, an
at devoid of sewers and drainage. It is also stat(
h that in Manchester, 9,179 families are living
cellars. Many of them are without floors, ai
nearly dark and are built below the level of th
e river.
7-
ly 3t- A coquette is a rose from which every lov
ie plucks a leaf-the thorns are reserved for h
future husband.


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rExported this week .............. 57
previously.............547
Total..... bales 604 1420
Stock on hand not cleared......12.960 11470
FREIGHTS.
To Liverpool,.................. ....9-16d pr. lb.
" New York,....... ................l-2c "
" Boston,...........................1-2c "
One engagement for Philadelphia and one for
Baltimore at 5-8 c.


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Fitch & Wordin,
DEALERS IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.,
also, SILVER and PLATED WARE,
FANCY GOODS, &c., &c.
j Store corner of Water and Centre streets.
dec7 Apalachicola, Fla.
B. S. Hawley,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
cor. of Chestnut and Commerce street,
dec7 Apalachicola, Fla.
S. B. Hamilton,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
30OOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c., &c.,
No. 47 Water street,
dec7 Apalachicola, Fla.
W. G. Mt. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office ia Capt. Simmon's Buildings, cor. of Centre
and Commerce sts.-Up stairs.
-O"- 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. nov30


APALACHICOLA READING ROOM,
corner of Chestnut and Commerce street,
up stairs, entrance on Chestnut street, next door
to the Post Office.
Open every day from. 8 o'clock, A. M. to 10,
P. M. A small Library attached to the room,
open evenings only.
(r- Admittance free. dec7

O Liberal advances made on
consignments of Cotton to New York, Boston or
Liverpool, by S T SKILLMAN,
nov5 33 Water street.

W 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. C L LeBARON,
nov.23 30 Water street.


Exchange.-Drafts on New
York and Providence, at sight, in sums to suit
purchasers, for sale by T L MITCHEL,
nov30 37 Water street.


W The undersigned will make
liberal advances on Cotton consigned to his friends
Messrs. Tisdale & Borden, New York.
WM. T. WOOD,


nov28 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.

NEW NOVELS!
IN PAMPHLET FORM.
T 'IE subscriber has just received from New/
York, the following New Works:-
"The Birthiight,"
"Blanche of Navarre,"
'Adar Brown,"
Prairie Bird,"
Gerolstein,"
Arrah Neil,"
"Wandering Jew,"
The Jilt,"
"The Reformers."
N. B.-Arrangements have been made
with the publishers, by which all the i NEW
NOVELS, of the season, will be regularly re-
ceived as soon as possible after their publication.
B S HAWLEY,
dec7 cor of Chestnut and Commerce sts


ty f(\ SPANISH SEGARS;
7 ,0J00 0 150 sacks Rio Coffee;
100 sacks Havana do;
10 boxes Sweet Meats, assorted;
50 do Claret Wine;
White Havana Sugar; Brown do;
New Orleans do;
New Orleans Molasses;
'400 sacks salt, &c., &c., for sale by
C L LeBARON,
dec7 30 Water street.
B OOTS & SHOES.-A general variety.
For sale by AVERY & JONES,
dec7 24 Water street.


C HEESE-35 boxs Cheese.
For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 291 Water street.


H AY-120 bales landing from ship Element,
for sale by D B WOOD & CO.,
dec7 29 Water street.


SHEETINGS, Shirtings, Osnaburgs, Blue and
Brown Drills, &c., &c., for sale by
dec7 AVERY & JONES, 23 Water st.
O N CONSIGNMENT.-One light Buggy
Waggon, also 3 cases Saddles.
dec7 WYLIE & McKENZIE.


C ONFECTIONARY.-50 boxes 251bs each.
For sale by B S HAWLEY,
dec7 cor of Chestnut and Commerce sts.
A XES-10 boxs Collins & Co." Hartford.
For sale by DODGE & GARDNER,
dee7 40 Water street.


SEGARS.-Regalia, Havana and Principe
For sale by ANERY & JONES,
dec7 24 Water street.
P OTATOES.-150 bbls landing from ship Ele-
ment, for sale by D B WOOD & CO.,
dec7 29 Water street.
RESH GARDEN>SEED.-1000 paper fresh
SShaker Garden Seed, for sale by
B S HAWLEY,
dec7 cor of Chestnut and Commerce sts.


FUR CAPS.-A choice assortment of Otter,
Seal and Muskrat Caps, for sale low by
B ELLISON & CO.,
nov30 33 Water street.


STATIONERY.-An assortment of School
Books, Blanks and Stationery, for sale by
J C ALLEN,
nov30 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.
BUCKWHEAT.-15 boxes Buckwheat;
20 qr. and 10 1-8ths bbls do.
For sale by AVERY & JONES
nov30 24 Water street.
COFFEE.-500 bags Rio Coffee, now landing
for sale by J DAY & CO.,
nov30 52 Water street.


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


FOR RENT.-The Building on Com-
lmerce street, lately occupiedd by S R Ford
jU as a Marble Work Shop. Possession given
immediately. For particulars inquire of
MILTON SCOTT,
dec7 3t Waverlv House.


FOR RENT.-The Dwelling House


SFOR RENT.-The Dwelling House
lately occupied by B S Hawley, fronting
on the Church Square, possession given
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.
A GENERAL assortment of Blank Books,
Stationery, Cutlery, Perfumary, Fancy
Goods, &c., &c., among which are the following:
Writi g, Letter and Account Paper ;
Envelope, Note and Wrapping Paper ;
Ledgers; Journals;
Cash, Invoice and Day Books;
Quills; Ink and Ink Stands ;
Bills Lading and Manifests;
Memorandum Books; Almanac s;
Wafers; Sealing; Wax; Ink Powder
Spelling Books ; Dictionaries ;
Geographies and Atlasses;
Prayer Books and Bibles ;
Annuals for 1845 ; Pocket Knives;
Watts' and Methodist Hymns;
Playing Cards all qualities;
Gold and Silver Pencil Cases;
Ivory and Shell Combs ;
Blacking and Brushes;
Lead Pencils and Pencil Points ;
Fish Hooks and Lines ;
Razors and Straps; Shaving Brushes;
Hair, Cloth and Teeth Brushes;
Steel Pens; Colognes ;
Soaps and Hair Oils ;
Lamp Glasses and Wicks;
Pocket Books and Wallets;
Port Folios; Backgammon Boards ;
Silver and Steel Spectacles;
Silk and Cotton Purses;
Music Boxies, &c., &c.
For sale at reduced prices by
dec7 B. S. HAWLEY.


T HE subscriber has recently received from
New York a large addition to his stock of
Drugs and Medicines, which makes his assort-
ment as full as any other establishment in the
Southern Country, among which are the follow-
ing articles and; the wholesale prices:
3000 lbs Epsom Salts, 6 cents per.lb;
200 galls Castor Oil, $1 75 centsper gall;
20 groce Caiter Oil, quarts, pints and j pints;
200 lbs Gq mphor, $ per lb;
30 doz Sp~Turpentine, $3 per doz ;
300 lbs Rol ulpnur, 6 cents per lb;
30 lbs Calomel, $1 75 cents per lb;
30 doz Calomel in Vials;
2000 lbs Copperas, 4 cents per lb;
300 Cream Tartar, 50 cents per lb ;
500 Race Ginger, 9 cents per lb ;
200 Indigo, $1 50 cents per Ilb;
100 doz Bateman's Drops, 62J cents per doz ;
50 Opodelaoc, $1 per dozen;
50 British Oil, 75 cents per dozen;
50 Laudnum, 62J cents per dozen;
50 Paragoric and Peppermint, 62J cents
per dozen ;
20 lbs Nut Megs, $1 50 cents per l) l
15 kegs Pearl Ash, 10 cents per lb;
3 groce Seidlitz and Soda Powders ;
5 boxes Houck's Panacia;
50 lbs Sulph Quinine;
100 groce Bottle Corks, 62J cents per groce ;
40 doz Ink, $1 per dozen;
50 Scotch Snuff, $2 50 cents per dozen ;
40 Maccaboy Snuff, $2 75 cents per doz,
50 Soaps, assorted;
30 boxes Starch, 9 cents per lb;
50 Lemon Syrup, $2 75 a $4 per box ;
15 baskets Olive Oil; 5 groce Mustard ;
2 groce Yeast Powders ;
30 dozen Stoughten Bitters;
Mr. H. will devote his entire attention to the
Drug Business, and hopes to see his old cus.
tomers at the store formerly occupied by B. T.
Caro, corner Chesnut and Commerce streets.-
All orders from the country promptly attended
to. B. S. HAWLEY.


OIL.-4 cks Sperm Oil.
For sale by WYLIE & McKENZIE,
nov30 42 Water street.


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ALEXANDRIA LOTTERY.
CLASS No. 43.
To be drawn at .lexandria, D. C. Dec. 7, 1844.
SEVENTY-EIGHT NUMBER LOTTERY
Twelve draum Ballots.
Scheme.

ONE PRIZE OF $30.000!
1. .prize of. .$10,000.... is... .$10,000
1.............5,690 .......... 5,690
1 ............ 4,000 ...........4,000
1.............3,000 ...........3,000
5 .............1,500 ...........17,500
10.............1,200 ..........12,000
i- 100............ 1,000 ........ 100,000
100...............400 ..........40,000
66.......... ..... 100 ...........6,600
66................80 ...........5,280
66................50 ...........3,300
66.............40 ..........2,640
132................ 30 ...........3,960
3,960...............20 ......... 79,200
25,740 ................10 .........257,400
30,316.... Prizes amounting to.... $570,570
TICKETS $10-Shares in proportion.
IN the above Scheme, formed by the ternary
combination of 78 numbers, making 76,076 tic-
kets, and the drawing of 12 ballots, there will be
220 Prizes, each having three drawn numbers on;
4,356 each having two of them on; and 25,740
each having one only, of them on ; and also 45,760
tickets having none of the drawn numbers on,
being blanks. To determine the fate of these
prizes and blanks, 78 numbers-from 1 to 78 in-
clusive-will be severally placed in a wheel on
the day of the drawing, and 12 of them will be
drawn out at random; and that ticket having on
it, either one, or more of them, will be Prizes.
The ticket having on it, as a combination, the
1st, 2d and 3d drawn numbers, will be entitled
the Capital Prize, the 4th, 5th and 6th, the next,
and so on, in proportion.
J G GREGORY & CO., Managers,
B S HAWLEY, Agent,
dec7 cor. of Chestnut and Commerce sts.


TO 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,
nov30 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.


FAMILY GROCERIES, &c., &c.-AVERY &
JONES, No. 24 Water street, have just open-
ed, a large assortment of Family Groceries, Do-
mestics, Prints, Boots, Shoes, &c., which they
offer for sale on reasonable terms nov30


O FFICE DESK.-A fine large double Office
Desk, (has Reen used very little,) will be
sold low by JAS F FAR1nOR,
nov30 9 Columbus Block.
S ALT,-800 sacks Salt, on Consignment, for
sale low for Cash, by
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
nov30 46 Water street.


UMBER.-30,000 feet of White Pine boards
and plank, landing from barque Russia.
For sale by D B WOOD & CO.,
nov30 29 Water street.
IRON.-40 tons, comprising a complete assort-
ment of flat, round and square Swedes and
English Iron, landing from ship Tarolinta.
For sale by J DAY & CO.,
nov30 52 Water street.
QPERM CANDLES.-Just received on con-
signment, 100 boxes New Bedford Sperm
Candles, for sale low for cash, by
WM T WOOD,
nov30 33 Water street-Up stairs.


rpO SPORTSMEN, &c.-A few choice Rifles
I. and double barreled Guns, English and
French Percussion Caps, Powder Flasks, Nipples,
Wrenchers, &c., together with a great variety of
Fish Hooks. Lines. Snells, Artificial Flies, and
fishing tackle. Just received and for sale by
B ELLISON & CO,
nov30 33 Water street.


TAMS.-150 small Northern Hams.
.H For sale by AVERY & JONES,
nov30 24 Water street.
SEGARS.-2,000 Segars, Venus" brand;
2,0,0 do "Washington" do.
2,000 Princippe, a superior quality;
5,000 Spanish Cheroots, for sale by
E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 291 Water street.
g2) BBLS Albany Ale; 25 do Cider;
20 25 boxes Champaigne do
8 bbls Wolsey and Wolsey's Sugar;
5 boxes do do do
20 boxes Codfish; 3 casks London Porter;
10 boxes Tobacco; 5 tierces Rice;
50 boxes Sperm Candles; 5 chests Tea.
For sale by W A WOOD,
nov30. 23 Water street.


RON & NAILS.-10 tons Swedes Iron;
75 kegs Nails, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
nov30 40 Water street.


C OFFEE.-150 sacks Rio; 25 sacks Java.
For sale by
WYLIE & McKENEZIE,
nov30 47 Water street.


LIVERPOOL SALT-1,250 sacks, just re-
ceived per brig Lawrence Copeland, and for
sale by RAYMOND & HARDIN,
nov23 33 Water st.
B LACKING.-12 doz Cavannah's Neat's Foot
Oil Blacking, warranted to shine over all
kinds of greese, for sale by
E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 29- Water street.
SUGAR.-6 hhds New Orleans Sugar, a prime
article, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
nov30 40 Water street.
AILS & IRON.-50 casks Nails ;
10 tons Iron, for sale by
WYLIE & McKENZIE,
nov30 42 Water st.


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HHDS N 0 Sugar; 5 do P R do;
50 bags Rio Cofkhe; 20 do St Domingo;
100 boxes Soap; 20 bbls Rock Gin;
30 bbls N E Rum, for sale by
W A WOOD,
iov30 23 Water street.


OLASSES.-4 bbls Sugar House Molasses,
just received and for sale by
E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 291 Water street.
SO' BBLS Rectified Whiskey, now landing
50 from schr Swallow, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
nov30 40 Water street.
5 HALF bbls Fulton Market Beef;
0 50 bbls Prime do;
50 do Mess dq;
For sale by W A WOOD,
nov30 23 Water street.


Fitch & Wordin
DEALERS IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
HAVE received their stock of
nlGoods, consisting of Gold and Sil-
ver Levers, Duplex, Lepines and
plain Watches; Gold Guard and Fob Chains;
Guard Keys; Gold and Silver Spectacles; do Pen-
cils, Fine Rings; do Broaches; Gold Braceletts;
Bracelett Clasps; Medalions; Miniature Cases;
Gold and Silver Thimbles; Sleeve and Collar
Buttons; Fancy Studs; Purses; Head Ornaments;
Shawl Pins; Velvet Recticules; Scissors; Ra-
zors and Razor Strops; Cigar Cases; Snuff and
Tobacco Boxes; Fine Knives; Tooth, Nail, Hair,
and Lather Brushes; Dressing Combs; Shaving
Soap; Steel Tweezers; Steel Keys and Chains;
Key Rings; Pocket Compasses, &c.
FISHING TACKLE.-Rods, Reels, (a fine
article) Grass, Silk, and Fancy Lines, Hooks,
Snells and Floats.
j0- N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair-
ing WATCHES, CLOCKS, MUSIC BOXES
and JEWELRY by JOHN L. FITCH,
CHAS. W. WORDIN.
cor of Centre & Water streets.
Apalachicola, Dec. 1st, 1844. dec7


J. Smyth Rogers,
Jas. Bryar,
Jas. McBride,
John Adams,
John Haggerty,
Gulian C. Verplanck,
John Johnson,
Joseph Kernochan,
Peter J. Nevius,
Richard Irvin,
C. V. S. Roosevelt,
Lowell


Ir


E. D. Hulburt,
John J. Palmer,
Peter Lorillard,
Jas McCall,
Robt. McCoskry,
Henry Parish,
Reuben Withers,
Wni Scott,
Ferdinand Suydam,
Geo P. Pollen,
William Colgate,
Holbrook,


(p- "The Contributionship Insurance Comn-
any," will also, insure against loss or damage by
>land or River Navigation, on favorable terms.
NOURSE, STONE & CO., Agents,


nov30


46 Water street.


THE "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 of
public patronage.
(0- 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 Xew York.
Trustees:
James D P Ogden, William H Macy,
Moses H Grinnell, Fred'k Wissmann.
Conrad W Faber, Joseph Foulke, Jr.
Samuel M Fox, Hamilton Murray,
Wm 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,
Henry 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.

THE undersigned AGENTS of the above
Company, are prepared to take MARINE
and RIVER RISKS, on the most favorable terms.
HARPER & HOLMES,
nov19 51 Water street.


FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE


FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE
INSURANCE.
T IE ETNAA INSURANCE COMPANY-
Capital $200,000! and the "PROTEC-
TION INSURANCE CO.,-Capital $130,000 !
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.


(0- THE subscriber having been appointed
Agent for the above named Companies, is fully
authorized to take risks on the lowest terms.
DANIEL. J. DAY,
nov9 52 Water street.


CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE
COMPANY,
of the City of fNew 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,
Theodore A Meyer, Herman D Gould,
William P Furniss, Joseph S. Smith,
John T Gilchrist, Elias T Aldrich,
Loring Andrews, Lawrence Hill,
Cyrus Chenery, Thomj"r Monahan,
George Whitaker, WilliafI H Townsend,
James H Suydam, Amos Noyes,
George Palen, John Breasted,
William Burgoyne, Leonard Appleby.
SAMUEL A LAWRENCE, President.
JOSEPH B NONES, Vice President.
LEWIS BENTON, Secretary.
CAP'r SAM'L CANDLER, Marine Inspector.
WILLIAM WELLS, Fire Surveyor.
F 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,
33 Water street.


Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844.


nov5 6m


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


nov30


J C ALLEN,
cor of Centre and Commerce sts.


RIO AND JAVA COFFEE:-
200 bags Rio Coffee;
25 do Old Gov't Java do.
For sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
nov16 40 Water street.


T OBACCO.-4 boxs Myer's aromatic Tobacco;
J 6 do Strange's Honey Dew;
6 do Carmo's do do;
50 doz Mrs. Miller's fine cut Chewing do;
25 doz & 25 lbs Smoking do.
For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 290 Water street.


FOR LTVERPOOL.-The superior


FOR LIVERPOOL.-The superior
barque COLOSSUS, McDonald, master,
A has two-thirds of her cargo engaged, will
meet with despatch. For freight apply to
nov30 J DAY & CO 52 Water st.


FOR BOSTON-The ship MAR


FOR BOSTON-The ship MARY
FRANCES, Jewett, Master, will meet
with immediate despatch. For freight
of a few bales on deck, or passage, apply to
D. B. WOOD & Co.
dec7 29 Water street.
FOR BOSTON-The ship SABBAT-
TIS, Cox, master, will meet with des-
e patch for the above port. For freight
on deck or passage apply to
D B WOOD & CO,
nov30 29 Water street.


FOR BOSTON-The brig OLD COL-


FOR BOSTON-The brig OLD COL-
ONY, Chase, Master, will meet with
A despatch. For freight on deck or pas-
sage, apply to D. B. WOOD & Co.,
dec7 29 Water street.


FOR BOSTON.-The fine new bark
RUSSIA, Larrabee, master, will meet
p with immediate despatch for the above
port. For freight on deck or passage, apply to
D B WOOD & CO.,
nov23 29 Water street.


FOR PROVIDENCE, R. 1.-The fine


SFOR PROVIDENCE, R. I.-The fine
coppered brig BORDEUX, Barnes, Mas-
ter, wants a few bales cotton on deck.
For freight of which, or passage, apply to
D. B. WOOD & Co.
dec7 29 Water street.
FOR PROVIDENCE.-The fast sail-
ing brig PARAGON, Brayton, master,
_ is now loading and will meet despatch.
For freight or passage, apply to
nov30 T L MITCHEL, 37 Water st.
FOR NEW YORK-The fine brig
CAMILLA, Mandeville, Master, has her
cargo going on board. For deck freight
only, apply to CHAS. ROGERS & Co.
dec7 Water street.


FOR NEW YORK.-The brig HIS-


SFOR NEW YORK.-The brig HIS-
TORIAN, L C Lufkin, master, having
most of her cargo engaged, will meet
with despatch. For freight or passage apply to
W H KIMBROUGH & CO.,
dec7 24 Water street.
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,
o 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


SFOR 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.


t bFOR PHILADELPHIA-The fine
brig REPUBLIC, Gates, Master, will
-a have despatch for the above port. For
deck freight, or passage, opply to
dec7 CHAS. ROGERS & Co.
FOR BALTIMORE-The new, fast
sailing brig STAR, Chase, master, will
have despatch. For 20 to 30 bales, to
complete cargo, and for deck freight or passage,
apply to CHAS. ROGERS & Co.,
dec7 Water street.


FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-
The fine new ship ELEMENT, Turner,
master, is ready to receive cargo. Ap-
ply to D B WOOD & Co.,
dec7 29 Water street.


W M S. DAMEREL 50 Water street, is


W M S. DAMEREL 50 Water street, is
now receiving per Ship Florence, a stock
of Goods, embracing among others, the follow-
ing articles which he offers at reasonable prices :
Rio Coffee;
Sugar, West India and Refined Loaf;
Northern Flour in bbls and half bbls;
Buckwheat Meal in 8ths and quarters;
* Mackerel in bbls, halves and quarters;
Newark Cider and Vinegar;
Cegars and Tobacco of various qualities;
Snuffin bottles and bladders ;
Pipe Powls; Sperm Candles and Oil;
Soap; Cognac Brandy ; Holland Gin;
Syrup and French Cordials and Wines;
Brandy; Gin; Rum; Domestics;
Cheese; Butter; Preserves; Pickles;
Spices, East India Bagging;
Manilla and Kentucky Bale Rope;
Manilla and Kentucy Twine;
Kentucky Packing Yarn; Nails;
Spikes; Bar Iron and Steel;
Smoothing Irons and Fire Dogs;
Waggon Boxes; Trace Chains;
Cotton Hoes; Collins' Axes;
Table pnd Pocket Cuttlury;
Guns and Pistols; Steel Pens;
SA Powder; Shot; Percusion Caps;
Flints; Looking Glasses; Coffee Mills;
Globe and other Lamps;
Shingling Hatchets;
Boots, Shoes, Brogans in great variety;-
Crockery and Glass Ware, &c., &c.
nov30


Jackson Superior Court.
Catherine B. Loltin,)
vs. Attachment for $115 87t
Elijah Robbins, )
T HE Defendant and all others interested are
notified of the institution of this suit by at-
tachment returnable to the next Spring term of
the Superior Court of Jackson county. If they
see fit to do so, they may plead to the declaration
filed in said case. A H BUSH, Pl'ffs Att'y.
Marianna, Nov. 28th, 1844. dec7


INSURANCE AGENCIES.

T HE NEW YORK CONRIBUTIONSHIP
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Office,
No. 57 Wall st., insures Dwelling Houses, Ware-
houses, and Buildings in general; Merchandise,
Household Furniture, Ship building, Ships in
Port and their Cargoes, and every description of
personal property, against loss or damage by fire.
J. SMYTH ROGERS, President,
R. W. MARTIN, Secretary.


"UOV"


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Directors.


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;
Curl'd maple do, with cane back and seat;
Boston and Fancy Rocking Chairs.
Also, a large assortment of splendid Mahogany
and Gilt frame LOOKING GLASSES, all of
which he offers for sale very low, for Cash.
Apalachicola, Nov. 30, 1844.


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Fall and Winter' Arrangement.
THE U. S. Mail steamer SIREN,
Swill leave Apalachicola, every
_TUESDAY and SATURDAY
1 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.
FOR LIVERPOOL-The ship TUS-
KINA, Williams, Master, has the most
of her cargo engaged and going on board.
For freight of 400 bales cotton, apply to
NURSE, STONE & CO.,
dec7 46 Water street.










BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! NEW
NEW GOODS! Wholesale
THE subscriber begs leave to inform the citi- P ELLISON & CO
zens of Apalachicola, and the Planters of the . offer for sale, a fre
interior in general, that he is now opening a well GOODS, suitable for tlh
selected lot of FANCY DRY GOODS, direct are the following:
from New York, which he is determined to sell areoceries of all des
Cheaper than the Cheapest for Cash! The Brown and Bleache
store is situated on Chestnut street, next door to L a e
the house known as the "Georgia and Alabama latest styles of Prir
House," the following articles to wit:- Scarlet and White I
Cloth and Cassimeres; Canton Flannels; 6.
Gents black Cravats and Stocks; Mouslin de Laines;
Bik and blue blk Bombazines and Allapaca; Swiss Muslin and C
Cashmere de Cossa, of the finest quality and Gimp Edging, assort
latest patterns; Merino Undershirts
Muslin de lain, do do; Hosiery; White and
A few very choice rich fig'd Silks, for dresses; Hse ; i
A large and elegant assortment of Shawls, at French Dimity; La
prices to suit the times; ; English and French
A variety of Laces and lisle thread edging, from Damask Table Clotl
4 to 25 cents per yard; Scotch and Russia I
Hosiery of all description from 12 to 50 per pair Superior Ticks; Clot
A large assortment of gibbons, of the latest Fancy Vestings; Soa
style and of the brightest colors; H v
A large variety of fashionable prints. Shell, Horn and Ivc
Also, a great variety of other Goods, such as Fine Silk and Nutri
Ladies ties, Bonnet flowers, Jaconet and Swiss Silk, Velvet and Clo
Muslin, Jaconet edging and insertings, Umbrellas, Hair, Seal and Seale
Sattinets, Kentucky Jeans, Tickings, Flannels, Kip Brogans; Russ<
Brown and bleached Shirtings; Ladies and Gents Boy's sewed and pe
.sewed and pegg'd shoes, Negro Brogans, &c. Ladies' fine Kid and
Ladies and Gentlemen, purchasing Goods will Ladies' fine Kid and
find it to their advantage to call and examine for Gent's fineand coar
themselves before purchasing elsewhere. A full assor't of table
C. GRAY. Feather Fly Dusters


Apalachicola, Nov. 23, 1844.-2m
Ship Chandlery.
W A. WOOD, 23 Water street, offers for
sale
Cordage, Blocks, Oars, Oakum,
Rigging Leather, Pump do., Hooks,
Thimbles, Handspikes, Capstain Bars,
Sewing Mallets, Marline Spikes,
Can, Boat, Box, Bale and Fish Hooks,
Hand Pumps, Deck Buckets,
Draw do, Cedar do., Tin Funnels,
Iron Shovels, Scrub Brushes, Mops,
Hickory, Luch and Corn Brooms,
Signal and Horn Lanterns, Scrapers,
Caulking Irons, Making Irons,
Axchannell's Fish Lines, Parsline,
Nails cut, Scupper do., Copper do.,
Pump Tacks, Screws, Tar, Pitch,
Turpentine, Oils, Augers, Gimblets,
Hooks and Staples, Files, Gridirons,
Caulking Mallets, Chalk, Tormenters,,
Coffee and Pepper Mills, Cork Screws,
Dust and Shoe Brushes, Coffee Pots,
Bellows, Table and Tea Spoons,
Knives and Forks, Carving do.,
Dishes, Mugs, Basins, .Lamp Feeders,
Candles, Tea Canisters, Dust Pans,
Russia, English and American Duck,
Raven's do. Axes, Compasses,
Sewing, Seine and Sail Twine,
Marline, Sheaths and Belts,
Sail, Bagging and Sewing Needles,
White Lead, Red Lead, Black Paint,
Yellow Ochre, Verdigris, Putty,
Paint and Tar Brushes, Varnish,
Dividers, Pen Knives, Log Books,
Log Slates and Pencils, Hand Lines,
Paper and Quils,.Ink, Tin Ware,
Deep Sea Lines, Hand Leads,.Crockery,
Deep Sea Leads, Yeast Powders,
Jack Screws, Spunyarn,
Packing Yarn. nov30


Removal.
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, &c.
THE subscriber respectfully gives notice, that
"lhe 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 Hose,
And a variety of other fancy articles.
Also-Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, Domestics,
Hats, Caps, Toys, &c., &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.


Hardware, Tin Ware, &c.
ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO., Commerce st.,
between Chesnutand Cherry sts., are receiv-
ing and have in Store, Goods in part as follows:
HARDWARE-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 0 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 Nails and Spikes:
Horse Nails: Table Cuttlery:
Pen and Jack Knives: Cook's and 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-
sortment, wholesale and retail:
CASTINGS-Hollow 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 incht
Tarred Rope, Russia and American:
Kentucky and Russia Packing Yarn:
Rigging and Pump Leather: Hand Spikes:
Anchors: Hooks and Thimbles:
Can and Cotton Hooks: Shives:
Bush'd and common Blocks: Pump Boxes:
Brooms: Buckets: Pitch: Tar and Oakum:
Rosin: Paints: Oils, &c.
We continue the manufactory of Tin, Iron, and
Copper. Roofing done in Tin or Copper-black-
smithing as usual all on moderate terms for cash.
Apalaechicola, Nov. 22, 1844.
UTTER.-10 kegs fresh Goshen Butter.
For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 271 Water street.
EGRO KERSEYS.-100 pcs superior Negro
Kerseys, for sale by
JAS F FARRIOR,
nov30 9 Columbus Block.
CANAL FLOUR, &c.-50 bbls Canal Flour;
30 kegs and 50 boxs Buckwheat.
For sale low by
DODGE & GARDNER,
novl6 40 Water steet.


Hemp and Cotton S
Looking Glasses, as;
Wood Ware of all d
Crockery and Glass
Transparent Windo,
Saddles, Bridles ani
Tin Ware of all des
Together with the ab
er articles too numerous:
and planters from the c
and examine, before pu


GOODS!
and Retail.
)., No. 33 Water street,
esh stock of well selected
his Market; among which

criptions;
id Domestics;
ited Calicoes;
Flannels;
.4 Sheeting ;
Irish Linens;
ambric Checks;
t'd colors; Gloves;
and Drawers;
I striped Shirts;
ace Muslins ;
Ginghams;
hs and Napkins;
)iaper;
hs and Cassimeres;
aps and Perfumery;
iry Combs;
a Hats;
)th Caps;
ett Caps;
st do;
gged Brogans;
Calf Shoes;
se Bootse;
e and pocket Cutlery;
s; Green Blinds;
Seine Twine;
sorted;
descriptions;
Ware;
w Shades;
d Saddle Bags;
criptions.
above, and a variety of oth-
s to mention. Merchants
country are invited to call
chasing elsewhere. nov23


NEW GOODS!
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 Muslins,
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 Homespuns.
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
Brogans, 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' Silk 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.


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 has
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:-
Calicos, of all descriptions,
Crape de Laines,
Cashmere de Ecosse,
Hosiery, of all descriptions,
Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs,
Flannels, Apron Checks,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings,
Umbrellas and Shades,
Mitts, Gloves, Cuffs, &c. &c.
Over, Dress and Frock Coats, -
Cassimere anf Satinett Pants,'
Silk and Fancy Vests,
Flannel, Muslin and Hicko Shirts,
Negro Pants, Jackets, &c. &c.
Calf Seal and Water Proof Boots,
Calf, Kip and Russett Brograns,
Ladies' fine, col'd and black Kid Slippers,
Walking Shoes,
cold and bl'k Gaiter Boots,
Variety of Misses and Childrens' Shoes and
Bootees.
Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats,
Hunting Hats,
Caps of all descriptions.
Superior Black Cloth,
Cassimeres and Tweeds,
Black Satin Vestings.
Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery.
Together with a variety of other Goods too nu-
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.


10 BBLS Northern Mess Pork;
S 10 do Priine do;
10 hf bbls No. 1 and 10 do No. 2 Mackerel;
15 kits No. 1 do., for sale by
AVERY & JONES,
nov30 24 Water street.


CORDAGE & 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.


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NEW YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKETS.


Regular Packet Line.
Ship Martha Washington,.. .J J Doane, master.
Ship Floridian,.............Wm. Pratt, "
Ship Uncas,...............P W Latham, "
Brig Manhattan,...........W H Doane, "
Brig Ann Eliza,............W C Park, "
Brig Metamora,............H Ashley, "
T HESE vessels are of light draft of water,
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 .40, without liquors.
0( All goods forwarded to the subscribers, at
New York, will be shipped free of commission.
E. D. HURLBUT & CO.,
84 South st., N. Y., or,
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
sep3 40 Water st., Apal'a.
Accommodation Stages.
THE subscriber begs leave to
inform the public, that he has
on hand two good TWO HORSE
CARRIAGES, one he intends keeping in Talla-
hassee, and the other at his old stand at Chatta-
hoochee, ready to run at all times whenever call-
ed upon, and on very accommodating terms. His
Horses and Carriages are good, and his drivers
careful and obliging, and from his endeavors to
please and accommodate the public heretofore, he
confidently hqpes for a continuance of favor and
patronage. REUBEN SCOTT.
Chattahoochee, Fla., April 1, 1N44.
QCP The Stage will be found at .the Planters'
*Hotel, Tallahassee. apl(i 3m
Tax Notice !
N conformity with an Ordinance, passed by
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 public
outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the fol-
lowing described property, as will bring double
the amount annexed, together with all costs and
charges of sale.
Blocks. Lots. To whom assessed. cts.
C2 15 3 C. E. Bartlett,......... 8 75
H2 3 L. Birdsal .......
H2 3 L. Birdsal..............2 50


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Apalachicola,


J. C. 3irdsal,.........
Calhoun & Bass,.......
John Evans,...........
C. Edmondson,........


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John Gilmore,......... 2
Estate of John Gillispie, 2
Jacob Harvey,......... 7
John Kerns,........... 3
John Kennedy,........ 2
J. C. Love,............ 3
William Low,......... 3
Charles McKinney,..... 5
J. Martin.............. 4
Mitchell Marzell,...... 3
Joseph Mitchell,....... 4
7 R. Maitland & sons,.... 7
a Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 6
A. J. Norris,.......... 3
Ogden & Ferguson, .... 1
Dan'l. Ryan, .......... 3
John Ragan,.......... 2
Frank White,......... 3(
Henry Williams,....... 6
PETER HOBER'T,
City Tax Collector.
June 7th. 1844. jel5 6m


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UNITED STATES
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
Cor. Ann & Nassau streets, New York.
THE undersigned 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 es-
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.
@ 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 ,f the three insertions.
JAMES CONNER & SON.
New York, June 1st, 1844. je8 3m


SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS.-
jflJust received a large and general as-
t 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
for CASH ONLY! PETER HOBERT,
nov23 42 Water street-Up stairs.


BAGGING & 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,
nov16 9 Columbus Block.


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


NEW YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKETS

STAR LINE."
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, "
T HESE 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.
0c- 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


Wm. H. Kimbrough & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 91 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.
T HE 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.
(c> advances will be made by J. J. Ridgway on
Cotton consigned to us for sale. Also the usual
advances made on Cotton for shipment.
WM. H. KIMNBROUGH,
H. B. KIMBROUGH.
Apalachicola, Nov. 20, 1814. nov30


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, 1S44. alOff


Tailoring Establislhment.
T HE subscriber, having just arrived ftom New
York, with a-splendid stock of Cloths, Cas-
simeres, Vestings, &c., of the most fashionable
styles, which he is prepared to make up in the
most fashionable manner, and at such prices that
will give satisfaction 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.


Tailoring.
8- TERMS- Cash on Delivery. 4
Fall and Winter Fashions just received.
THE subscriber respectfully
Sinforms 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


O-PARTNERSHIP.-C. W VORDIN,. hav-
ing associated himself with mL. FITCH in
the Watch and Jewelry business d under the
name and style of "FITCH & DIN," re-
spectfully informs their friends and the public,
that they will dn bor about the 1st'of Novamber
next open their stock of-
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND
,^ Consisting of Gold and Silver
Watches, Keys, Chains, Broaches,
i^ Rings,. 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 an* Tobacco Boxes, Violin Strings, &c.
JOHN L. FITCH,
CHAS. W. WORDIN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 19th, 1844.
W- N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair-
ing WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY by
C. W. Wordin-all work warranted. o19 tf

Boot and Shoe Making.
THE subscriber having returned from
New York, with a large and well se-
..amlected 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.
W- He has also on hand a supply of French
Gaiter Boots, Calf Skin Shoes and Slippers, which
he offers for sale as low, if not lower, than any
other house in the city.
nov22 THOMAS CLARK.


L EMONS.-20 boxes fresh Lemons, now land-
ing, for sale by J DAY & CO.,
nov23 52 Water street.


LEGAL NOTICES.


Apalachicola District of Florl4a.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
and In Chancery.'
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts.)
IT 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
John D. 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.


D 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 he
offers cheap for Cash.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,


OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable W G M Davis, Judge of
the County Court of Franklin county, for letters
of administration on the estate of Latham Bab-
cock, late of said county, deceased.
JAMES A. ABORN.
Apalachicola, Nov. 26th, 1844. nov30 6w
N OTICE.-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.
Apalaehicola, Nov. 7th, 1844. nov9 6w
N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
N 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. n16 6w
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 6w
OTICE.-Six weeks after date I will apply
to 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.
Manianna, Oct 8, 1844. o14 6w


OTICE-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. a3-6mr
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
OTICE.-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, 1844. n23 6w
OTICE.-All persons having claims against
NIsaac Jackson, late of Jackson County, de-
ceased, are required to present the same duly au-
thenticated, to the subscribers, within the timp
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, Adm'rs.
STEPHEN JACKSON,
Jackson County, Oct. 26, 1844. o26 2m,


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PATENT
SIX BARREL SELF-REV OL.
VING AND REPEATING
PISTOLS.


Franklin Superior Court.
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.
T 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, ride-
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 space of four months
before the ensuing term of this Court, in the
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in
this District, requiring said defendants to appeal
and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
be taken pro confesso: against them.
(copy teste)
GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.
Apalachicola, May 31st, 1844. jel 4m
U S Marshal Sale.
BY virtue of three writs of fi. fa. issued from
the Superior Court, for Franklin County and
District of Apalachicola in favor of John Hardin,
Benito T Caro and Isaac S Jaques, against the
Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company, to
me directed, (the former purchaser having failed
comply with the terms of sale,) I shall again offer
for sale at public outcry at the Court House door
in the city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday
in January next, within the usual hours of sale,
to the highest bidder for cash. fractional lot No.
9, in Block D. front range inthecityofApalach-
icola, together with the buildings and apurte-
nances thereon, as the property of the Southern
Life Insurance and Trust Company to satisfy said
claim. R. MYERS, Marshal.
Apalachicola, Nov. 26, 1844. nov30 lm


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VOLUME IT.] APALACHICOLA_ .SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1844. [NUMBER 50.flMIERCIAL .: ;' .


) ADVERTISER, CARDS. CARDS. HIGHLAND MARY. permission of the government to Minorca, with.

PUBLISHED SATURDAYSBY BY MRS NORTON.I the view of visiting the Court of Spain; but sueD

JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COLUMBUS:,&c.&c. would I were the light fern owing' was the jealousy of the Spanish ,government towards

1:1 flu Lt> 1.i11J Da !63 G1W1SJ3CI J. Day & Co. Beneath my Highland Mary's tread, this family that he was o ged to-return to
: COMMISSION rwwrn l JI mrnm would 1 were the green tree throwing Twickenham, where he lived as a private gcntle- !
$ third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of MERCHANTS, 9 Its shadows o'er her gentle head tleman. The death of his two brothers taking
Commerce & Chestnut streets also, Agents for the JVb. 136 Water Sf SO Pine street. I would I were wild flower springing I place a few years after their arrival in !
England,
GEORGIA YORK
NEW
INSURANCE
& TRUST CO. ,
Where my sweet Mary loves to rest, grief drove Louis Phillippe abroad for .
a
change
AT THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, and PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor That she might pluck me while she's singing, of scene. He proceeded to Sicily and theaffections
ETNA INSURANCE" engaged
PATABLE IN ADVANCE. and "PROTECTION And place me on her snowy breast! of

Advertisements of ten lines or less (twenty lines INSURANCE"of Hartford COMPANIES, Conn., T. E.COTTON Lindcnbergcr FACTORS& Co., I would I were in yonder heavenA ter of the King the, Princess and the Queen Amelia,of second Naples daugh gave
inserted
or more in proportion,) conspicuously No. 52 Water street, and silver star whose soft dim light her consent to the marriage of her daughter to the
following rates: nov5 Would rise to bless each Duke. On the 25th I
at the Apalachicola, Fla. COMMISSION summer even, : November, 1S09 Louis
,.......$10 00 month$2 $2 50 MERCHANTS,, And watch my Mary all the night! Phillippe was united to the Princess. .
One year :s.2 00 B. F. Xourse H. B. Stone H. W. Brooks No. 5 Canal street Row, I would, beneath these small white fingers In the
,
5ixmonths,......../ w I' Three wee following May, the Duke, leaving his
months ....5 00 Two weeks,.... ..1 50 NEW ORLEANS. I were the lute her breath has fanned- bride landed in
Noiirsc Spain the
Three ,i iiyo Stone &: C e.. upon invitation of the
Win. H. Brodie 1
insertion .....1 00 The gentle lute, whose soft note lingers
One ,
months......4 00 !.i i with theview of
regency the
COMMISSION .
MERCHANTS, I) P. Hogue, As loth to leave her fairy hand aiding patriot cause;
To those who advertise by the year a liberal dis- also, Agents for the R. T. Rirchett, but his services were declined, and the Cortes ordered )
count will be made; bit all advertisements not CONTRIBUTJO SHIP FIRE INSURANCE T. E. Lindenberger,f nov23 6m Ah, happy things! ye may not wander him to quit the Spanish territory. He accordingly ..
strictly pertaining to their own business, as Company, of New York, From Scotland to some darKer sky; returned to Palmero, where he remained {
well as all legal advertisements sent in by them, No. 46 Water street, J. L. Hodges, J. S. Da.is. But ever live unchanging yonder, until the fall of Napoleon in IS 1-1. This event

will be charged at the usual rates.CA.RDS. novl Apalachicola, Fla. Davis &Hodges To happiness and Mary nigh was known at Palmero on the 22d of April, andon I
COTTON FACTORS &, COMMISSION While I at midnight sadly weeping the ISth of May the Duke was in Paris, which
& Holmes MERCHANTS. Upon its deep transparent blue, he had not for than
Harper seen more twenty years.
Can while all are sleeping,
gaze
COMMISSION :MERCHANTS, ..140 Poydras street, JVeto Orleans. And only ream my Mary watches too! From this period the Duke of Orleans observed !

also, [)CRefers: to-Jas F Farrior, Apalachicola, !la. the utmost caution in every movement. Upon j
Michael A. lYIycrs, Agents for the the return of Napoleon: the Duke was active in
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY ThomasCOMMISSION Bi'tituii: LOUIS PHILIPPE-KING OF THE FRENCH.Few his adherence
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION zed o the royal cause. He endeavor.
MERCHANT. of the City of jYeiv York, MERCHANT\ sovereigns of any age, and none of modern I to retain the soldiers in the army of the north ,
No. 30 Water street, No. 51 Water street, No. 54 Common street.t times, have passed through greater vicissitudes of i to the King, but the Emperor extinguished the '
tov5 Apalachicola, Fla. nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. NEW ORLEANS. no\'lly fortune than the present king of the French. i faint loyalty of men who nacjlfrthing to connect
Louis Philippe was the son of the notorious Dukeof them with the Bourbon family but the abstract .
II. R. Wood, Stephen T. SUillmaii, Andrew S. Cooke, Orleans, or Citizen Egalite, associated with the idea of legitimacy. He resigned the command of i

AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION: MERCHANT. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Reign of Terror, in the French Revolution. the army to Marshal Mortier, and left France, ..
Corner of Water and Centre streets also, 0 No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulus: st. Louis Philippe, Duke de Valois, was born in.. and returned to his former residence at Twicken .,
3"The subscriber having taken that very proD New Orleans, La. 1773. His lather was then Duke de Chartres : ham. The cannon oflWaterloo having broken
.
miQf nt stand, corner of Centre and Water streets, theCOTTONMUTUALINSURANCE CO., Messrs Holmes the Duke of Orleans alive and his mother
attend faithfully and promptly to Refers to- Harper & ( being ,) the talisman which seemed to give Napoleon a
business is prepared intrusted to to his care. novo any of the City of New York. jan5] tlnov Apalachicola, Fh. was the heiress of the Duke of Penthievre. The, supernatural command in Europe, again restored
, 1'0.33 Water street-Up stairs. Duke de Valois (Louis Philippe) was the eldest of Louis XVIII. to his throne, but with altered sentiments -
B. Ellison & Co., nov:) Apalachicola, Fla. Edw'd. C. Center &; Co., three sons. In his eighth year his father consul- towards the Duke of Orleans, who was

DEALERS IN _MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ted :Madame de Genlis upon the choice of a fit tutor received coldly at court, and the King made no
AND CO)1US:310IERCHANTS, McKay & Ilartshornc, Mobile, ..41a.CO' for him. The Chevalier de Bonnard (who secret of his limited confidence in him. The
No. 33 Water street, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Collections and Remittances promptly. attended had been recommended to the Duke by M. de course which was pursued by the Duke of Or
steel ly Apalachicola, Fla. No. 40 Water street, to. Buffbn) and the Abbe Guyot were to be sub-tu leans in respect to some of the tyrannical acts of
" & Co. oct26 Apalachicola, Florida. Refers to-Messrs. McKay & HarLshorne, tors. Bonnard, however, resigned to M. le Brun. the later years of the reign of Louis XVII. evinced -
Win. G. Porter oct?f3 Om Apalachicola, Fh. As the Duke grew up into manhood, he was perhaps, as much policy as humanity and mag.
COMMISSION
DEALERS IX MERCHANTS.GOODS AND W. A. fc P. C. Kain, SHEPARD T. LII'I'J Co"rr, \V.I. II. WYITT. : iniatiated into the mysteries of the political schoolsof nanimity. The finishing stroke was given to his

No. 41 Water Street, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, LillincottVyatt: the Revolution. In 1790 he was introduced by popularity by the impolitic ordinance of the King, ..
Office No. -1 Columbus Buildings, his father into the Jacobin Club. In 1791 he
oct26 ly JJpalachicola, Fla. GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, passed in consequence of the Duke's speech m
oct20 Apalachicola, Fla. No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas St., appeared in the uniform of the National Guard. the Chamber of Peers-that the Prince* of the
Charles L. LeBaron, NEW ORLEANS. ap20iy) I As colonel of a regiment of dragoons, he joinedthe blood were not to appear in the Chamber in future j
WHOLESALE GROCER D. B. Wood &: Co., army at Vendome. The first campaign of the except (by special permission.* The event ,
andCOMMISSION GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J. W. Woodland &: Co. young "citizen"was under Dumouriez, in the which would probably have happened under evena r
MERCHANT, Xo. 29 Water street. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, war between France and Austria, in 1792. He less indiscreet 'sovereign, was accelerated by
No. 30 Water street, nov5 Apalachicola, ha.Vm. No. lb Commerce street, was soon after transferred to Dumouriez's army on the weakness of Charles X., and the madness of
nov23 Apalachicola, Fla. New Orleans, La. novl .y the frontier, where the Duke de Chartres, then the Polignac ministry. A sudden outburst of
\ II. Kimbroush H. B. Kimbroush.Win. -- -- --- -
Jas. I. Francis only nineteen, gathered his first military lau1 ris popular indignation in the metropolis vacated the '
, Win. '1'. Wood, If. Kimnroiigli & Co., at the battle of Gemappes. tr throne; the Duke of Orleans was placed in the f
TAILOR & CLOTHIER
: COMM1SSIO: MERCHANT COMMISSION & FORWARDINGMERCHANTS. MERCHANT The Duke signalized himself again at.. Ancjer post of Lieutenant General of the Kingdom rand
Xo.SI: Water street, .1'0.22GI Bowery,YORK.near Rivinglon st. lacht, on the 14th of November, on the 19th? at on the 31st of July, 1530, he accompaniedthe
nov23: Apalachicola, Fla. Office, No. ?:Water street-Up stairs, NEW novlly Tirlemont ; and on the 27th at Varroux. Du- Deputies from the Provisional Government '
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Apalachicola, Fla. mouriez advanced to Brussels on the twelfth day from his chateau of Neuilly to Paris, dressed en ,
Cms. A. GREEN, CHAS. H. CONXEUY.Green {b-: Liberal advances on cotton consigned toy .Yew York, New Orleans and Miscellamous after the victory at Gemappes. He left the win- bowrgeoise, with a tri-color cockade. !

V Coiiiicry, i their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or ADVERTISEMENTS.PRINT ter quarters of the army in Belgium to visit his The Chamber of Deputies, headed by La Fay- 1
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i Havre. / oct2fi sister, the Princess Eugene Louise Adelaide, who ette, soon after proceeded to the Palais Royale, ..
No. 23 Water street, WAREHOUSEIN had been just included, along with Madame de and made a tender of the crown to His Royale
ol4 ly Apalachicola; Fla. Benjamin Salter, NEW YORK Genlis, in the proscriptive law against emigration. Highness, who accepted it, regarding the declaration .. J
COMMISSION MERCHANT: To supply the City, Southern awl biteriortrade I Whilst at Tournay, whither he had con- of the Chamber "as the expression of the '.
"VV'jf. CllE TtR. EPIIAIA' MC-GRIEF. No. 32 Water street-Up stairs, by the Piece or Package.No. ducted his sister, a decree appeared, declaringthat national will." Here we may fitly close our has-
Chester & McGriir, novSO Apalachicola, Fla. 44 Cedar street, near William. every member of the Bourbon-Carpet family ty sketch of almost eOentfullife.TailCiTs.Many .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, & BREWSTER give notice to should quit the territory of the republic, as well]
X o. 50 Water street. Fla. Charles Rogers.\ John Muun. LEE in DRY GOODS, that they hrve removed as that occupied by its armies; but an exceptionwas eminent men have served
nov6 Apalachicola, Clias. Rogers; & Co., fr their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED made by the convention in favor of the Or- their time at tailoring. Thomas Woolman, a native -

W. A. Wood, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Perl, to leans princes. The Duke de Chartres returned to of New Jersey, who first suggested the idea
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT, I Water street, No. 41 Cedar street. Ity confining their atentionto the army to acquire fresh reputation at the seigc olMaetricht of abolishing the slave trade, was a tailor by tl'a@
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla. under General Miranda. At the bat- He published much on that and
AND SHIP CHANDLER, PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & D.,, are enabled subject went to
tle of Nerwinde in 1793, he perfomed acts Europe to consult
No. 23 Water street, to exhibit an assortment far suppassing aiy ever many distiDguished men respecting ...
() Apalachicola, Fa. Lockliart & Young, before offered in America; and to sell at p-ices as of valor; Dumouriez was defeated by the Aus- the topic, where he died of the small pox in
ep3 COMMISSION and FORWARDINGMERCHANTS low, and generally lower, than those whose attention trians, who were only prevented from destroyingthe 17.,2.Sir.
Avery &: Jones, : is divided.'among: large variety of articles. French army by the Duke de Chartres and John Hawk'wood-the first English Gen.=- ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 53 Water street, The stock consists of several thousand patternsand General Leveneur, who at the head of a battalionof was also a tailor: His historian says of him- -
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla. veterans checked their advance. The Duke "He turned his needle into swonl
Xo.24 Water street. colors, embracing every variety of AMERICAN a ,and his thimble
nov23 Apalachicola: Fla. AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market; had a horse killed under him. This defeat was into a shield." He died in 1394. In Hed-
Ls. Fred. E. Diigas, the ruin of the Duke's hope in the republican ser dingham there u a monument erected to his me-
styles of which are got up exclusively for
J. C. Allen, FACTOR AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT many their own sales, and cannot be obtained else- vice. Only thirteen days after, Dumouriez was mory. ,
Wholesale'and Retail Dealer in where in second hands. supping with the Duke, when a courier arrived Benjamin Robbins, the compiler of Anson's
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, No. 30 Water street, Apalachicola, Fa. Dealers, except in Prints will find it to their interest with orders that both should proceed to Paris to voyage around the world-if not a tailor by trade
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c. their conduct the battle of Nerwinde was the of tailor.
0, Will make liberal advances on consignmentsof to call and examine this stock, before making explain at son a
also, Cniton to his friends in Liverpool, Havre, Marseilles purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they will before the Committee of Public Safety. Thus Sir Ralph Blackwell, knighted by Edward III, ,
.1 general assortment of Sew York or Charleston. nov23 closed the connection of Louis Philippe with republican for his bravery, was a tailor by trade. He was
the lowest market
have the of \
advantage learning
; BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONARY, Arc., &c. France. the founder of Blackwell Hall.
:' cor. of Centre & Commerce streets, T. II. fc C. II. Austin, price, and comparing: all the must desirable and
" nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. FORWARDING fashionable styles in market, side by side.o The Duke repaired in the first instance to John Stowe, the antiquarian, who died in Lon
COMMISSION and { : Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every Mons, the Austrian headquarters, obtain pass- don about the year 160U, at the age of 60 years,
, E. Whitinarsli, MERCHANTS, ports. There Prince Charles invited him to enter was a tailor. '
Ihe hands
,! (formerly Whitmarsh if Richardson,) Office, Xo. 43: Water street Fla.-Up stairs. .variation of buyers.of the market, are placed in !uct7 tfn the service of the empire; but he refused to John Speed, the distinguished historian, ser .
Dealer in Apalachicola, carry arms against France, and, assuming the ved his apprenticeship at the same trade.
: W.I. GOODS, GROCERIES, CONFECTIONARY (tfl-) Liberal advances made on Cotton, consigned i "BLUE STORES"TRIANGLE BUILDINGS name and appearance of an English traveller, Let our tailors be encouraged.: Many an emin
VEGETABLES, &c., &c., to our friends in New York. novl6 journeyed through Germany and Switzerland.He .- ent man:, besides those we have mentioned above _
; No. 2 JJ Water street, Thos. If I. Doyle & Co. was almost a penniless fugitive in the Gris- has arisen to usefulness and honor from this trade.
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla. Jas. F. Farrior, SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS, ons, when the Duke received a letter from M. No class of men among us are more indastrious-
GEXERAL COMMISSION RECEIVING MERCHANT, FORWARDING, & Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee, Montesquieu, offering him the situation of professor and very few are more intelligent.
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P. Hobart, and at No. 20 Natchez street,
No. 9 Columbus Block at the college of Reichenau, which he accepted I t
,, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER INCABINET nov9 Apalachicola, Fla. N. ORLEANS. and was admitted in October, 1793, in The London Times, of a late date, thus speaks .
FURNITURE, his 22d year, under the name of M. Chabaud, of the project for a Federal Union between Great '
ftr No. 42 Water street-Up stairs, Thos. L. Jllitcliel (LiF! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL- having undergone a rigid examination without being Britain and Ireland, put forth by a Mr. Porter.It .- r
novlS Apalachicola, Fla. RECEIVING, FORWARDING, ?AXD ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and recognised by any one save M. Jost, the pre- will be seen that this influential paper has a '
Francis Kopmaii, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly on sident of the college. Here he continued to teach bearing towards the proposition. Some arrange- ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN No. 37 Water street, hand, a good- assortment, of the above as follows: .I for eight months, during which time he inspiredthe ment of the kind, we doutb not, would have a

SHOES,DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS,&c. nov9! Apalachicola, Fla. WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. I and 2 ; I inhabitants of Reichenau with so high an esteem beneficial influence upon the interests of both is:1
Cheap for Cash, White and Red Lead.dry; Venetian Red; i for his virtues and abilities, that they appointed lands. ;
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla. \Vylic &: McKenzie, Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black; him their Deputy to the Assembly of "Mr. Porter's project of a federal" union between
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Chrome Green and Saxon do; Coire. Great Britain and Ireland has met with .
Geo. S. Hawkins, No. 4-2 Water.street, Spanish and French Brown; Bliu Black; The intelligence of his father's fate compelledhim considerable favor from two very numerous clas i j

t ATTORNEY &. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Apalachicola. Green and Blue Verdittcr; to seek change of scene. He once more be- of men-those who aim at a distincter nationalitY t 1.scs 1.!
OK>- Office Up stairs, AI.VA WYLIE, \ Chrome Yellow and Orange do; came a wanderer, his whole property being a staff for the latter island, and those who f fee ) ,
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K No. 1 Columbus Block, Water street, WM. A. McKENziE, ) SCP1Thomas. ly FINE COLORS:Ultainanne and Cobalt; and a knapsack. He proceeded''' to Hamburg, rather distressingly the predominance of Irish subjects '; I
' Uov5 Apalachicola, Fla. Yellow Lake and Crimson do; thence to Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Lapland, and Irish speeches in the imperial: legisla f :
Preston, Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red; and the North Cape, pushing his travels to within ture. A purely Irish parliament in St.Stephen's ,
A. G. Scmmcs, COMMISSION: and FORWARDING Chinese Vermillion; English do; eighteen degrees of the Arctic Pole. Returning Green, and an equally expurgated British parliament f
MERCHANT.Office he Denmark and reached in St. Chapel, could hardly fail .
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umlrc; to Sweden, revisited Stephen's
03- Office, Ab. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building, No. 32 Water street-up stairs. Terra: de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do; Hamburg again in 179G. to be popular ideas in their several quarters.Mr. .- 7
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets. ocl9! Grn Apalachicola, Fla. Crocus Martis; Mineral Green, At Hamburg the French Directory commenceda Porter recommends a repeal of the existing ,
nov5 Fla. Emerald and Paris Green, &c., tc. negotiation with the illustrious exile, in conse- union in 1S01, and a restoration of the two distinct
Apalachicola JOEL W.-PERRY. WM. C. DICKINSON. OILS & BRUSHES-Lfoseed Oil ; Do. boiled; quence of which the Duke (then of Orleans) con- parliaments. So far he goes along with Mr. .
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II. B. Wood, Perry & Dickinson, Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil; sented to proceed to the United States, and in O'Connell.Ve are to have a federal union: after ,
CITY WEIGHER, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Paint Brushes from No. 1 to GO)0,000) ; September, 179G, he embarked on board an the example and pattern of the United States; { J ,

03- Office, cor Centre and Water streets. No. 42 Water street-Up stairs, Varnish do. of all sizes; American trader and arrived at Philadelphia in a British parliament for British purposes: and ax*
_0ov23 Apalachicola, Fla. nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. Sash Tools from No. 1 to S; Badger Hair; October. He was soon after joined (by his two Irish parliament for Irish purposes, while for the .
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round; brothers, the Duke de Montpensier and the Count I general purposes of the empire we are.to have a .
James F. Farrior, John II. Hull, Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes; Beaujolais.From i Congress constituted distictly from the other two, i
PORT WARDEN AND NOTARY PUBLIC, of the late firm of Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, land\ 1* in long the United States the royal exiles were and held every third year in Dublin. There are J it j ;
Apalachicola, Fla. [JV. A. Hardee Sf Co., Savannah, Ga.] Stock and Kalsomine Brushes; conveyed in a British Frigate to the Havana; but other difficulties which the idea.of a Congress ;
(09Office, No.-9 Columbus Block. FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Marking Brushes, round and flit; the Court of Madrid ordered the CaptainGeneralof promises to meet. How else are we to give" our t $i t
He would street Shoe brushes Cuba to send them away. Proceeding to tbe colonies that voice both in their internal affairs
W respectfully solicit the patronage Office, No. 4S Water Scrubing and ; :
of his friends and acquaintances. oct26 Apalachicola, Fla. Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained end Patent do; Bahamas. they passed over to Halifax, where the also in the general concerns of the empire whichis
__ Whitewash and Mop do; Duke of Kent recejyed them in the kindest man- the inalienable birthright of British blood, and '1

II. R. Wood, David G. Raney, VARNISHES:-Copal, whiffc; Coach do; ner. They afterwards proceeded to England, by without which it has never flowed in quietness? -
NOTARY PUBLIC, COMMISSIONS FOR WARDING MERCHANT Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do; the ordinary conveyance. They arrived in Falmouth In fact, how else retain our colonies? But the

(:j- Office, cor. Centre and Water street, AND DEALER IN GOODS, Mastic, for Pictures, &c. in February, 1SW, and having received idea of a Congress is,of course, not limited either '
J oct261y Fla. No. 43 Water street. WINDOW GLASS 2,300 boxs assorted sizes of permission from! the King, George III, they proceeded to that of the United States, or to Mr. Porter's
Apalachicola,
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jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla. French, English and American. immediately to London, and took up their imaginary scheme.

A:L. Clements .* (ocr Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats, residence at Twickenham. Very soon after a reconciliation -
NOTARY PUBLIC, Dodge V Gardner, Shipping and Plantation nse; together with a took place between the Orleans {03- A false friend is like the shadow on a dial,
No. 23 Water GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, variety of articles in the Painting line, too numerous Prince:'and J.ouisXVHI: They were admitted to which appears in fine weather: but vanishes at .i
street, No. 40 Water street" .
"P30 Apalachicela. declS Apalachicola, Fla. to.mention. jyt3 ly the British Court, and the Duke proceeded: with the approach of a cloud.! ; .;

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THE ELECTION.We SCHOOL LANDS. City Council Proceedings. t
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UO; I l IERUIL ADVERTISER. give below the final result of the late Ter- IVe are pleased to see, that this all-important Thursday Evening COUNCIL Nov. CHAMBER 28th, 1844. >< .

torial Election which took place on the 4th ulti siDJect, is engaging public attention. By an act Council met this evening., Present David G. LATEST DATA --.;;;: I):

1 i,, APLAACHIOULA, SATURDAY, DEO. 7, 1844. mo. They may be considered as correct althoughnot of the last Congress, provision is made for the Raney, Mayor; Councilmen Babcock, Roberts, Liverpool. .... Nov. 5.New York. ...,. ,
t Farrior, Schiffer and Simmons.The H awe,. .. .. .. u 1./New \OT 1)0
t OUR SHEET.-We have heard of complaints official. The senate stands eight democratsand location elsewhere, of appropriate sections wherethe minutes oflast meeting were read and ap- Havana,. . .. .Nov. 9. Charleston Orleans,.. u. 27.' I

11 t being made, that our paper is too small, con- seven whigs; the lower house seventeen democrats sixteenth, in any township, may have been proved. .. u 30..
and thirteen and one independent. taken by a private claim. This law will embrace Mr. Farrior, from the Committe on Claims, reported MAIL ARRANGEMENT.:
tains too little reading matter, and is not compe- whigs, on the following bills, which were passed NORTHERN AND WESTERN
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tent, in its present shape, to furnish all the com- Democratic Majority in both houses five.SENATE. of course, all sixteenths covered by the and allowed, viz: Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock MAiL P --

mercial news and interesting items demanded by I .-15 Members. grant of Forbes & Co. Is not this subject worthythe Anson Hancock's bill (for sundries. .. .$147 62 Closes Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10, 1J.bIST. .M-: .
D. G. ... .. 1000
Dem : Itaney'sbillfor Lumber, $ JOSEPH MAIL...
d the of We concede the Western District.! Whig attention of our Senators and Representatives Order of
; importance our city. Committee on Streets, favor of P. Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6
Wm W J Kelly: of Escambia,. .... .1 and of the local for .. .... 00 Closes o'clock' P \T. V
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justness of these complaint, and it has been our Walker Anderson, do. .... 1 from this, and the other districts, J.Grady Cunningham's, grading Centre street,, .$10 34 00 Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8, AM. .
nuisance.
intention, for some time, to remedy the matter as Dr. N A Long, of Jackson, .... ....1 aathorities generally ? Is it not well worth the Receipt of! Street Committee for clearing in favor of J. $ COTTON --

t soon as it was possible for us to do so. Two more Sam'l C Bellamy, do ... .... .1 eirnest consideration of every one anxious to advance Gilmore, for 40 cedar posts, .. ... ...$30 00 There has been fair MARKET.

numbers will the second volume of the Middle District. and promote the interests of the people of II. F. Simmons' bill for negro hire; ,.... ...$5 00 a inquiry for Cotton ibis ...
4fcmplete I JasM Gilchrist, of Gadsden. .., ... J John Kennedy, board of pauper,. .. .. .. .2 12 week and prices are quite firm without
Advertiser; and if our readers and advertising I Thos Baltzell, of Leon.... ... ... 1 this Territory ? W. Valleau, engrossing ordinances,. .. .815 00 provementVe quote : Inferior 3L any 1m..
friends will but exercise a spirit of lenity and Wm D Mosely, of Jeflerson,. ... ... 1 TALLAHASSEE, November 12th, 1814. He also reported on the bill of P. Grady, for 41 a 4J) ; Middling 4* 4 : a 4.; Ordi nary I DJ:
J B Richardson, Madison,.. .. . 1 SIRThe: Board of Trustees of the Seminary $45 80, that he could obtain no information in relation a | ; Middling Fair 41 .
Christian forbearance toward us until its completion A G Johnson, of Hamilton. .. .. 1 Lands of this Territory' have imposed upon me to it. but what appeared on the face of the bill. 5} ; Fair to fully Fair 5J a 6c. *

j Y we will present them with the first number Eastern District. the duty of obtaining information expedient and Mr. Roberts moved that P. Grady have leave The sales for the week are 1201 bales, aa follow*
withdraw said
bill-wbtc .
I \ of the third volume in a flew dress, enlarged andimproved I Jacob Pummerlin, of Columbia.1Isaiah proper to the promotion of education in Florida. to Clerk read a communication motion was from adopted.The mem- ..11 at 4 ; 167at4J ; 111 at4J; 313 at4J) ; 17.ht4i'!

i l'' both in mechanical appearance and Jesse Carter D Hart, of, of Columbia Duval.1, .... .. . 1 They look with anxiety and interest to the adoption here of the Fire Engine Company, asking that the 78 at 4 9-16; 35 at 4j ; 51 at 4-16; 90at 4|; 19 ,J r

\ selection of matter. Benj A Putman, of St. Johns'.. .. ....1 at a period not distant, of means, through Engine House be removed either on Water or 13-16; 98 at 4J ; 5 at 5; 50 at 5 3-16; 2 at6c -
the abundant resources belonging to the peopleof Commerce streets. Whereupon, Mr. Roberts
Who wants to subscribe ? Southern Dti< trirt. this Territory, when the inestimable blessing moved, seconded by Mr. Schitfer, that said com- COTTON STATEMENT. 0!
I Pent of . ... ...1 Last
Monroe
Temple of education be secured to child munication he received and referred to a committee -
if THANKSGIVING.We Geo \V l\1acrea, do ... ... .._. 1 \\ithin a good its borders. may That this can be accomplished every of three to report thereon. And the Mayor : on hand! 1st Sept. .... .... .3 year.Stock t 1CU
are sometimes induced mentally to inquire 7 8 and and the named Messrs. Roberts, Farrior.and Schiffer, and Received this week,.. .. .....4,747U 211
: by judicious care management, by on motion of Mr. Farrior, the Mayor was added previously, ... ....8,314't'otal'
T'I 1 why is it that Thanksgiving days in Florida are HOUSE-31 Members. aiJ: and co-operation of the people, will appear thereto.On ....bales -13,561

I things of such rare occurrence? Is it that we Western District. Whig Dem erident from a consideration:. of their means and motion, the Council then adjourned. Exported this week .... ... ....57 12715 s"

have less Escambia County-F E de LaRua.1 resources. previouj-ly. ... .... ....517
i to be thanful for, or are we in fact more Walton-Alexander Turner.1, I By solemn act of Congress, the Sixteenth Section The N. 0. Picayune notices the receipt in that Total,.... .bales 604 1.t20
!t{ ungrateful? The latter to our mind seems most Santa Rosa-John Wilkinson, ... .1 in every township throughout the Territory, city of several samples remarkable cotton, from -

consonant to truth, and the fact forces itself vividly Jackson Washington-A-H Jas Bush M Long and J,.Chapman.2. ... .. 1 belongs to the inhabitants forever the plantation of Mr. Abbey, on the Yazoo. It isa Stock on hand not cleared ... 12.960 Utrl-) (

upon our mental organ just now, having: inview Calhonn-Joel Porter. ... .... .. 1 for the purposes of schools, never to be ap- new description of cotton, never before grownin FREIGHTS.To .
I ( the manifold blessings with which we are at Franklin-Dr. S \V Spencer. ... ... 1 propriated to any other use. It is true the Le- : the United States, and but twenty hales have Liverpool, .. ... .... .*. ..... 9-16dpr.k toP
Middle District. gUlature of 1S23, permitted leases to be made been picked this yearMr.. Abbey has called it New Wk,.. .... ... .... .... ...l-2c "
1 ; present favored. We have just passed through a Gad den-A K Allison 1 Ferguson,. 2 until the Territory became State. This actwas the "Mastondon" cotton, considering it much Boston,.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......l-2c ,LOne !

; season when the destroying angel has heretofore Leon-Gen T Brown, D J H Randolph repealed, and indeed was beyond the power of finer than that grow from tne l\Iexicanseed. The engagement for Philadelphia and one for ort

made dreadful devastations among us, severingthe & A Cromartie.3, the Legislature and of no validity, the act of seed, he states, was procured in the city of\fexi-! Baltimore at 5.8 c.
tie of kindneVand I Jefferson-Thos J Heir and John L Congress providing for their rent "from year to co four years ago. It was not known or grown t
t friendship, while for the I Taylor, .. .. . . .. .... .... 2 year." The law of 1844 gives to the inhabitantsof there to any extent, and could only he had at one c
past year a state of health has reigned throughout. 1\Iadison-D II :May,. .(Independent) each township entire control over their Six- bit a piece, which was the price actually paid for EXPORTS Commencing OF COTTON 1st September FROM 1&14 APALACHICoEJL Li

our tropical clime-remarkable even in situationsmore Hamilton-Robt L Ivey,.... ... ... .1"akullaV teenth Sections, by providing for the election by it by a gentleman who brought a few from Mexicoin time in 1343.PASSENGERS.,. -aud same
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'\ II"Valker, them Trustees to take of the hnds. It r
noted for their !sanitory! chyacter, while : charge: his pocketbook to the United States. Mr. Ab- })ast
Eastern District.St. is to be hoped that all good citizens will unite bey intends phnting no other henceforth, thinking WJIlTJIER EXPORTED. I Previ- La
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F Texas and other ports of the Gulf have been more Johns-W A Forward & Wm W I/ and contribute their aid in placing this land in a that he can raise from 50 to 100 per cent. more 'wl'ek. gusty TOTAL5eaSOI1

less effected ... .... ... ... ... ... 2 th:;
4 or by epidemics-the former having Loring, situation different from that it has heretofore occupied from this than the usual seed. ... .
.r Columbia-eo E .. 1 New York ... . 440...... 1311 DI
t been visited by one of such violence that it seemed McCIellan so that the true owners, the children of New Orleans.. .. 57 107 ...,.
Alachua *Child i .... ... .... . .1. 137 kir
i as tho' a pestilence were breathing o'er the land. Benton! --Jas Gibbons, .. . ... ... 1 the township, may derive from! it the advantages ded Commercial, in the Superior Uusage Court.-Judge of the Oakley State has of deci-New Other ports. ... _... ... .... ...... ..... 4t
llanon'V D Branch .... .... .. 1 which it can so well afford them. -
t We could mention the cessation of Indian hostili York, the law to be that where commercial .... .... r
1823 to the Territory a 604
Hillsborough A Goff, .... ... ... 1 Congress, as early as gave 1-15.; & -
ties and a volume besides, but we are satisfied l\losquito-\Tai C Taylor,. ... ... ....1 "two townships of land for a Seminary J house does business pursuant to certain rules = CB
that all must feel that we have much to be thank- Duval-II 11 Phillips (whig) and A W leirning" By the most unaccountable neglect, which it lays down for its government, and another .
Critchton (dem) .... ... ... ...1 1 oily 27,360 acres, out of 46,050, have been loca party deals with that house under a know- Per schr Pearl-C L LeBaron, and lady, Miss Yo,
'fit ; ful for, and that there exists no reason (save in Nasau-J fl Haddock,. ..: ... .. 1 ted. To remedy this deficiency, the last Council ledge that such rules exist::: hers i amenable to them Julia Marsh. par

our ingratitude,) why we should not, like other St. Lucia No Representative, pissed a resolution requesting the Secretary of -also, that where a house receives an account Per steamer Boston-F B Belts J Reynolds,J r.i
Southern District. current from another house abroad and does S IIawJV, S Dilworth, C N Josey, J R
communities, exhibit, by public demonstration, tie Treasury to locate the remainder, which du- not
our remembrance of the Divine Power, whose Monroe-Alex Patterson:; ,.... ... .. ..1 tj is in progress of performance. The land located object to the charges within a reasonable time, it i Smart Bellamy, J, G S Poulhac Marshal, Spnght.W Powell, Dr. Sarn'l C t1tiSe

Dade-John P Baldwin.-.I like that of the Sixteenth Sections has beenit is considered as accepting the account, and he i is Per steamer Florence-G Sutton and
behests
r we enjoy. lady,
4 13 ,17 the possession of private individvals, and turned held by it.UIlIN. Gardner. :Mi
The St. Augustine Herald of the 19th f It., to private account, in some instances: greatly Per steamer Augusta: -Mrs Smith and 4 children
1' THE TEMPERANCE CAUSE. says, that it is the intentiontof Mr J J Sanchez, iijured, the land being worn out and the timberd 1. 1 I Gen McDqugald: Gen Ross, Col Harper,
t Now, after the:. excitement of a six month (dem) to contest the feat of Mr Child iu this stro cd. The Board of Trustees to prevent 1 INTELMGENUE, W H Talman, R William, J D Unwell, J S -T

Presidential is and County. tlis and to derive tar __ Calhoun, II B Perryman, P 0 Beall!, E Woolen,
the _
campaign over, popular revenue, as as practicabe -- --- --'--n------------
- 14 LATE FROM ENGLAND. from that in cultivation in the PORT OF APALACHIc6LA..Dec7.CLEARED.] A Lovelace. J Benington, J SmithJ K Hewitt,
mind has once more returned to its ordinary calm early year M Taylor, Thompson, D K Dodge.
.i ness, the friends and advocates of the great cause ...) The Reamer" Brittania arrived at Boston on the: apointedagents:: who have been I actively t engaged Per steamer Columbus IId e S: W Carmack, t\i par\ .
it their duty, and hope to realize near $1000 of Gen C II Dupont Col Wm
Chas
horning of the 22d ult., bringing sixteen days Wynn, Roger for
!,
Schr Pearl :
t of the Temperance Reformation, throughout the rent this year. Oakum, for Mobile by C I. L Baron. L A Thompson.

United States, should be up and doing. For ourselves rater'! dates than previously received.fSince The Board have also about $IOJ( : loaned out at Schr: Swallow, Shannon, for New Orleans.ARRIVED. Per steamer Champion-Major Alexander,Judge r

however the departure of the last steamer, the affairs ai interest of eight per cent., a part of the sum R C Sp.inn, J F Bosworth, C S Seyms.
It we are happy to see that the .
1 derived from the General Government the Territory's Per steamer Siren-Col F Carter, Col R Myerc
of
England have been unusually calm and as ,
movement in is the increase ; Ship :liars Frances, Jewett, from Havana, to Dr N
1 temperance our city, on share of the distribution of the proceeds of Ss A Lon;, Wm II Brockenbrough, Thomas;
and that have with the f indeed the same remarks applies to Europe !generally D Wood Co. Baltzell, Jos Branch, K-qrs, Col Kich'd H Long,
they assistance c tie sales of the public lands. The House of pep Ship: Element Turner from Boston D B
to
c Messrs Wm A Kairi B S Gibson T
if Hawley
Child
which still continuesto ,
we Spain ,
except ,
!J I some of our citizens, succeeded in establishing a rtsentatives of the last Council, passed:; anactdvidingthis I: Wood & Co. Crugar.

UL Ii Reading Room and Library, which they have be distracted with plots and threatened rev crlu fnnd amongst the Counties of the Ship llahaspce, Iladley, fm Liverpool, to J Per steamer \palachlccla-Capt Brown and lady -
tions. Territory, which, happily, the Senate rejected. Day & Co.13arq'le Capt Douglass, Messrs John l\lcXortIDPor.
1 generously thrown open free of charge, to all 1 Beth House- passed an act making it.the "dut Nicolas Brown, Andros, fm New York. ter and Jones.
I those who feel disposed to avail themselves of its In our Commercial relations with Belgium, of this Board to prepare and digest a plan for the Barque Odd Fellow. Pettingill, fm Portland, Me. Per steamer Lowell-W A McKenzie, H Ha:).

t {x k F t truly valuable benefits. The cause of temperance however, there has been a general and as regards indrucliori of youth lhroughnutthe'l'crritnry-t: Barque Tiberius A: Co., Hawes, fm Boston to'm IIKimbroush cock, B Ellis, L W Spratt.
interests The late ascertain the best and mode of educationfor Per steamer Siren-Dr J M Galt, Messrs Ste
English an injurious change. : system
1 Brig Historian Lufkin fm
ij in one, in which we, (although; not a men Jamaica, to McKay: wens aid, Baker, Skerlock and Pope.
used them-and
t railway excitement forms the only point of im schools-the books to he & arlshoflt"!
ber of its society,) shall always be found ready, to give resistance and encouragement to said Brig Bordeaux. Barnes, fm Havana. to T) 1 R I' .r.ror.Tn'T' Ion nntr..'.I..
in domestic U
oJ matters. .Vll.i J.U VL' L I.VUUPer \
as far as our humble abilities will permit, to portonce our Cl"h..nl"IV";;?" nnrrn.. <" T1rJfMNA.... !.1.n,1.. .rcw-'/".lltnp"rl.I"l'n....._..- : _.._u. Wood fc Co. steamer Boston-816 bales LJ.
I"I. J cotton to DB
i ir r I extend thereto, our cordial co-operation, to all Business in the manufacturing districts was for :"hedisposition of the Seminary Lands, and the Brig Republic, Gate?, fm New York, to Charles Wood &; Co; 20 McKay Hartshorne: ; 2 pin
good. Makers of heavy cloths, power loom printers ; funds. to be derived therefrom., Although the Pntrs& Co. mdzeto Hill, Dawson & Co. wi
i measures calculated to advance its interests and Brig Star: Chase fm St. Marks
to Charles Per
Steamer Florence-a7 .
4 t> and manufacturers of domestics had law on account of a difference as to the details, bales cotton to J C 3
as
promote its welfare. was rejected, the Boird: have considered it indi- fingers & Co. Maclay; 200 to C Ross; 100 to D. B Wood & Co.
many orders on hand as they could execute. The Brig Camilla, Maudicul fm New York, to C Per Steamer Champion) bales cotton to Me. ce
cati'e of the will of the Legislature, and are de- Ropers & Co.
UNITED STATES SENATE.The Kay & llart horne; 62 to Hill, Dawson & Co
woolen trade 51
was hardly as good. sirois of fulfilinir its directions. ;;
Bri Old:
? Colony, Chase, from Havana, to D B to Lo'klaITt; LL- Young 50 10 C Rogers &
next Senate of the United States, judging Cotton remained pretty much the same as at With this view, they have taken the liberty of Wood ft Co. to \V G Porter Co;;34 to \\'lie & Mckenzie COj39 -

from the political character of the several State the date of our previous advices. There was no addnssms: : their fellow-citizens generally, to obtain Strhr Pearl. Oakum, fm Mobile] toC L LeBaron. 17 to Sanford & HUH; 13 to H SHawley. ; 7
their co-opeiation and aid, a 1xiOtB to receive Schr:Star: Smith, fm St Marks, toM A Mvers. Per Steamer Siren-2.3 bales cotton to k
Legislatures from which members are to be change in prices, but the market genrally hada suggestions from all sources, and most especially Schr Romeo, Young, fm Boston, to W A Wood. D:okmson; 5 to W G Porter As Co. Perry

) i chosen, will in all probability-independent oI a dull aspect.In from those whose interests: are most directly and Schr: Alida, -, fm Turks Island. Per Steamer Lowell-153; bales cotton to McKay

}r Virginia-stand 26 whigs and 25 democrats. In Ireland the discontent with Mr. O'Connell, immediately involved. Steamer Steamer Lowell. Moore, fm Jernigan. & Hartshorne; 97 to Wylie and McKenzie; 63 to
Siren Van
I Virginia, it is doubtful who will succeed furtherance of this plan, will you favor us : Veghtcn, fin Browns Ferry. Lockhart & Young; 52 to Hill, Dawson k Co; 14
1 very although for his abandonment of thorough-going repeal,and Steamer Augusta, Hall, fm Columbus.: to Perry & Dickinson; 10 to W G Porter &: Co
r 1 ; the wings have a majority of two in the advocacy of a federal union, appears to be on the with information on the following points, or if Steamer Apalachicola 1 Sutton, fm Jernigan; : 4 to E P Butts. ;
unabb answer yourself, procure the informa- Steamer Columbus, Cren haw, fm Columbus. Per Steamer
t Apalachicola
Legislature of that State, owing to the difficulties increase. The of his bales cotton I to
warmest former partizans tion from other sources ? Steamer Boston, J A Morton, fm Columbus. D G Haney; 17 to Lockhart & Young 14 to A
t which have always, heretofore( existed in that seem now to be the loudest in his condemnation ; 1st. What is the number of children in your Stermet Florence, Ilyneer, fm Columbus. T Bennett; 12 to W G Porter Co; 5 to; McKay

t body on abstract questions, strict constructionists, among others Mr. Duffy, editor of "The Nation," County between the ages of ten and twenty-one? Flat Boat Champion Woodruff, Cadwallader Columbus., fm Columbus. & lIart?horne.
r 2d. What is the number of schools in Per Steamer Notion-150 bales cotton to D B
your
I &c., &.C., it is said that the democrats will succeeded who has published a letter the Barge Cotton Plant, fm Marianna.
on subject.- Count/, with the uumber of scholars in each ? Wood & Co; 171 to J Day & Co; 104 to Charles ]

V in electing their candidate. Should such Meantime Mr. O'Connell was eujoying himself at 3d. What nnmherof children receives advanta LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.SHIPS. Rogers Co.

t be the case, then the democrats will have a majority Darrynane. ges education in your County ? I Per Sterner Siren-27 biles cotton to :McKay
4th. What is the course of instruction in Mary Francis, 326 tons, Boston loading D B Hartshorne; 12 to B Hawley; 6 to T Preston;
as Mr. Dallas, the Vice President elect, your I 6 to Lockhart & Young.Per (
Appointment by the President.-J. B. Lacy, County ? Wood & Co.
I ; .i will be ex-officio President of the Senate and Steamer Columbus-353 bales cotton W'II
of Virginia, to be Consul of the United States for 5th. Are the schools sustained through 'means I Element, Turner, 449 tons, for freight or charter- Kimbrongh & Co 200 to D B Wood & Co;

will, in all cases of a tie, have the casting vote. the port of Neuvitas, in the island of Cuba, in of the Sixteenth Sections, or have they derived Tallahassee I) B Wood, Iladley& Co.439 tons waiting-J 46 to Charles Rogers; : Co; 40 to John Maclay..
benefit from them ? Day Per Steamer Jas Y Smith-5 boxes, 5 kegs tobacco ]

CCf- The Mexican steamers Montezuma" and the place William Hogan. 6th. Are those sections, in your County, of vale Tar lhu& Co., Smith, 519 tons, waiting-J Day & Co 12 bales cotton to Dodge & Gardner; 1 I'

and "Guadaloupe," and lirig ot war "Sant and may they or not be turned to account ? Sabbittis, Cox, 449 tons, loading, Boston-D B to Perry & Dickinson; 18 to T Preston. -
Virginia U. S. Senator.The question as 7th. What would in reference Per Steamer Augl1 ta-100 bales cotton to D B
Wood 1 1i
Anna, left New York on the 24th ult., boundfor 1 plan you propose & Co. Wood & 1t\
Vera Cruz. to the Senator from Virginia i is exciting public to those lands, to make them most availablefor kintVilliams, 420 tons, Liverpool, loading Holmes 71 Co;to 63 Wylie to T L&Mitchell McKenzie; 73 to 50 Harper to Hifl.r.Jc t
;
discussion. The democrats of Gov. Me the use of schools in the township ? Nourse, Stone & Co. Dawson & ; Mi-
speak Co 3 to E P Butts 29 to J C
rr'r"- 8th. What would to the Florence, Leach, 267 tons, freight or charter- ; ;
Postage Reform.-The New York Tribune plan you propose as clay 21 &
McKay Hartshorne.
Dowell and R. M. T. Hunter; the whigs of \V.C. Harper & Holmes.KARAITES.. ;
t says-We have the authority in which we confide fund of $1,000 derived from the General Government Per barge Cotton Plant-50 -bales cotton to Capt (
Rives. this election
for saying, that Postmaster General Wicklifie Upon will depend the ? N Brown, Andros, 10(> tons, fm N York-.Master. Wynns; 3t to Home; 7 to Jas F Farrior 6 toT
political complexion of the U S. Senate. 'Jth. What disposition would you suggest to be Odd Fellow, Pettingill, 212 tons, fm Portland- Harvey.Per .
i will next week recommend to Congress a made of'he Seminary Lands, and of the fund received Master. Flat Boat-600 bales cotton to P B Wood

reduction of the Rates of Postage to five cents for Texas.-:Northern} Texas is fast filling up- trough! rent thereof? Tiberius, Hawes, 290, fm Boston, awiting freight- (
4 all distances under five into 10th. What number of children, from your Wm II Kimhrough te Co. IMPORTS.LIVERPOOLPer .
hundred miles, and ten, emigrants are pouring that section more rapidly
County, ire sent abroad for education, and at what Collossus, McDonald, 399 tons, Liverpool, load- ship Tallahassee- ease .
i cents for all greater distances. There can be no than other portion of the Republic. Four : ing-J Day & Co.Russia steel, 35 casks hardware, 1 case do: 3 hhrfsboUo*

: j doubt that Congress will readily concur, thoughthe hundred families from Missouri and Illinois have expense Other information, not within the range of these Larrabee, 330 tons, Boston, loadmg-D B bale ware, 7 baskets vices, 9 bags rinds, 18 and antib 7 W,? .
Wood & Co. scythes, to II It Taylor 11 cases
.. Post Office Committee of the House will i interpose lately settled on the upper Trinity. They are querieshit pertinent to the subject of education, Rolla, Giherson, 243 tons, Boston-W G Porter steel, to Lockhart &; Young; 1593 sIts salt, 1W

s every obstacle in its power. the old pioneers of the Western States, are well will be thankfully received. & Co. hampers potatoes, to J Day & Co.
r+' J\ Your compliance} will greatly oblige, Lion, Alexander, 333 tons, awaiting freight- JAMACIA-Per brig Historian-3,000 oraug*
{ The U. S. Senate.-\Ve seem in many of our armed, and prepared to defend themselves against Yours, &.c. Harper & Holmes. to order. -
i Mexicans and Indians. THOMAS BALTZELL, BRIGS. NEW YORK-Per bark N Brown-27pkP
j exchange papers, calls upon Messrs. CLAY and President, Board Trustees.T'ERR'fOIiY Camilla, Mandaville, 193: tons, New York, load- mdze. to T Preston; 1 N Seymour; 25JcK3Y&
WEBSTER, to return to the Senate. It is also i intimated (\JC/: The city of St. Louis contains a population ing-Chas Rogers & Co. Hart ilOrnr. 9 Green &: Connery; 1 J Schrotd t ;lY s
that Mr. CLAYTON will be Old Colonv, Chase, 244 tons, Boston B Ellison & Co; 1 Harper &; Holmes 10 S
returned from [ OF FLORIDA loading-D Will
of31,140, including 17,2dOwhitemales, and 11- Wood &; Co. Spencer; 34 Lockhart A'; Younag101 b H
t r 'f Delaware, and Mr. VAN BURE.V from New York, 2S9 white female EXECUTIVE OFFICE, Bordeaux, Barns, 236 tons, Providence, loading- tams; 265 II R Taylor; 1 J Day &; Co; 7 A G. |
4 1 .t Mr. EWING will also probably be elected from Tallahassee, November 12, 18 H. ]) II Wood &; Co. Semmt; ]3 'Vylie & McKenzIe; A R SteenbfrjlJ, B
J Interesting Discovery The theatre of the an- At the request] of the President of the Board of Republic, Gates, 139 tons, Philadelphia, loading 2 W S Demaref 5 Avery &; Jones; 30 W G Porter
Ohio; so there is a prospect of there being a greatarray J cient city of Parma has been discovered at a considerable Trustees, end: considering the subject embraced in Chas Rogers & Co. & Co. .

I of talent in the next Senate. depth in the earth, and in remarkablestate the foregoing circular of great public importance, Star, Chase, 161 tons, Baltimore, loading-Chas Per big Republic-35 bags coffee, to order.rodze to
of preservation. The has ordered I recommend it to the attention of the officers of Rogers & Co. BOSTON-Per bark Tiberius-85lkgs tie

u r ( :;- Money, says the Express, begins to be more researches to be made, and government has purchased several the Territorial Government, and request that they Historian, Lufkin, 242 tons, New York, loading W lime II Kimbrough 150 bbls potatoes& Co., 70 1 N pkgs C Robbins to order.; 250
\V H Kimbrough &; Co. ; ,
r I' F abundant, and the Banks are a little over their houses which stand in the way of the opera will give it their aid and cooperation.JNO. Metamora, Ashby, 195 tons, New York-B Elli Per ship Element bbls potatoes, 110bakS
tion. BRANCH
timidity. The amount of specie drawn from the Governor.A son & Co. hay, to D B Wood &Co.

l Y Banks within a few weeks has been about twelve Remarkable Feettndity.-It is said "by thepapers" Picture of Distress,-It is stated in Liver- W L Jones& Holmes., Tyler, 220 tons, New York-Harper PORTLAND-Per Per schr Romeo-800 bark casks OddFellowSCOW5potatoes lime, W A Wood. I

hundred thousand dollars, rather a moderate sum. that a young wife at Lowell, Mass., has pool from 35,000 to 40,000 persons live in cellars, Manhattan, Doane, 146 tons, New York-Noursp, 50 tons hay.MOBlLEPer 2.tpkgs mdze, to ordH' 000
presented her husband with five children in ele and low & Co. sctr Pearl-500 sks salt,63'
f b of hand always damp generally unpaved, and Stone
The amount specie all
on Banks is Lu'
by
our
t ven months! And an editor asks,-who can beat devoid of sewers and drainage. It i is also stated Paragon, Brayton, 240 tons,Providence, loadingEmpire segars, 135 bags coffee, 21 pkonos mdze, to C ...
about seven millions, quite large enough fall or that?" In the name of Bedlam who would wishto that in Manchester, 9,179 families are living in T L Mitchel. Baron.

purposes. beat it? cellars. Many of them are without floors, and Lewis, 219 tons, New York-McKay & EXPORTS. }

N ccr On the 6th ult., the Legislature of.Arkansas Philadelphia Lawyers, puzzled.There are river.nearly dark and are built below the level of the Hartshorne. SCHOONERS.: NEW ORLEANS-Per schr SwallowbalE's

4 unanimously elected Chester Ashley, to the i it is said, nearlp 400 lawyers old and young, hang Christina, Godfrey, 59..tons, freight or charter- cotton._ ...

K Senate of the United States, for the unexpiredterm ing about the courts of Philadelphia, and actually {$. A coquette is a rose from which every lover Star, Smith Master EMONS.-20 boxes fresh Hrd. (
tons New
not business for Orleans M A Lemy&n
enough more than one-fourth the plucks a }leaf the thorns arc reserved for her Myers. L ,
Romeo J
I Ix of Mr. Fulton, deceased. number. Boys dy you hear that ?" future husband.: Adelaide! Youngtons, -: tons, discharging, A Wood, dee7 ins, for sale by 52 Water: ...tXKL t t.



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LOTTERY. Fitch & Wordiii : r '
Fitch Wordiu, ALEXANDRA. 43. : DEALERS IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, fcc. INSURANCE AGENCIES. Fall and Winter' Arrangement.

LERS IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c., to drawn at Alexandria, D. C. Dec. 7, 1544. .. HAVE received their stock of II NEW YORK .- -.. -..- THE U. S' Wail steamer SIREN,

: SILVER and PLATED AR E, SEVENTY.EIGHT NUMBER LOTTERY Goods, consisting of Gold and Sil- THE CONRIBUTIONSHIP -8 will leave Apalachicola every

also.FANCY GOODS, &c.&c. Twelve drawn Ballots. -- ver Levers, Duplex, Lepines and FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Office, TUESDAY and SATURDAY'

corner of Water and Centre streets. Sche me. plain Watches; Gold Guard and Fob Chains; No. 57 Wall st., insures Dwelling Houses, Ware Leaves Brown's night at 12 o'clock.

'sore Apalachicola, Fla. Guard Keys ; Gold and Silver Spectacles; do Pen houses, and Buildings in general Merchandise and SUNDAY Ferry every WEDNESDAY .
1 ONE PRIZE OF $30.000 cils, Fine Rings; do Broaches; Gold Braceletts; ; evenings at 6 o'clock, and Chat-
Household Furniture tahoochee
Ship MONDAYS
building, in and THURSDAYS
,- Bracelett Ships at 12
Miniature
B. S. Hawley, Clasps; Medalions; Cases;
1. .prize of. $10,000 is. .$10,000 Port and their and o'clock, M.
Cargoes,
j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, !. . . ..t):,(-'>90 . . .r.. ,C'IO Gold and Silver Thimbles; Sleeve and Collar every description of VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLESS .

IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, 1 .... ... 4,000 . ; . .4,0(30( Buttons; Fancy Studs; Purses ; Head Ornaments; personal property, against loss cr damage by fire. 14 Contractors.,

j r UER fcc., &c. 1. ... . .3,000' . . .3,000 Shawl Pins; Velvet Recticules; Scissors ; Razors J. SMYTH ROGERS, President,
OILS, GLASS, 5. .. . ..!,oOO us. .. . 7,500 and Razor Strops; Cigar Cases; Snuff and R. W. MARTIN, Secretary. FOR LIVERPOOL-The ship TUS-
cor. of Chestnut and Commeroc street, 10. ... . .1200 . . .12,000 Tobacco Boxes; Fine Knives ; Tooth, Nail, Hair, Directors.J. KINA, Williams, Master, has the most
:- :f, Apalachicola, Fla. . ... .1 and Lather Brushes; Dressing Combs; Shaving 'of her carS engaged and going board.
{ttJ- 100. OUO . . .100,000 Smyth Rogers, E. D. Hulburt, For on
jee7.. I 00. ... . S ..400) . . .40,000 Soap; Steel Tweezers; Steel Keys and Chains; Jas. Bryar, John J. Palmer, freIght of 400 bales cotton, apply to

g. B. Hamilton, OO. . .... .!LKJ . . ..0)tJU( Key Rines; Pocket Compasses, &.c. Jas. McBride, Peter Lorillard, dec7 NOURSE, STONE & CO.,

IN READY MADE CLOTHING 6 6. . . .... SO .. I 5/230 FISHING TACKLE.-Rods, Reels, (a fine John Adams, Jas McCall, 46 Water street.
S
. J tt.ER SHOES, HATS, fcc., fcc., C6. ... ... . 50 . . 3,300 article) Grass, Silk, and Fancy Lines, Hooks, John Haggerty, Robt. McCoskry, FOR LIVERPOOL.-he superior

BOOTS, 60 S S S S ...e S. S S 40 . . 2,010 Snells and- Floats. Gulian C. Verplanck, Henry Parish, barque COLOSSUS, McDonald

No. 47 Water street, 13-. S S .... S S . 30 I S S S 3,900 (tf-! N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair John Joseph Johnson Kernochan, Reuben Wm Scott Withers, ___,has two-thirds of her cargo engaged, master, will

d 7 Apalachicola, Fla. 3,900 . .... S .20 . . aO,200S ing WATCHES, CLOCKS, MUSIC BOXES Peter Neyius, Ferdinand,Suydam, meet with despatch. For freight apply to

,-- Davis 25,740; . ee SI... .10 . . .2)7; "tOO and JEWELRby JOHN L. FITCH, I Richard Irvin, Geo P. Pollen, novj-. J DAY CO 52 Water st.
W. G. M. CHAS. W. WORDIN.cor "
'V. 30,316..Prizes amounting to. .$570)570 I II I C. V. S. Roosevelt, William Colgate, FOR
AT LACapt. OSTOX-The MARY ;
ATTORNEY of Centre & Water streets. Lowell Holbrook, ship

5ce 1- .Simmon's Buitdins, cor. of Centre TICKETS $10-Shares in proportion. Apalachicola, Dec. 1st, 1844. dec7 q .FRANcES wIth Jewett, Master, will meet
(c1! and Commerce sts.-Up stairs. (;r:1-: The Contributionship Insurance Company immediate despatch. For freight
practice law in N the above Scheme formed the Cabinet Furniture.P of a few bales on deck, or passage, apply to
Will! continue, as usual, to I by ternary ," will also, insure against loss or damage by .
-i Superior Court; his duties as Judge of the combination of 7S numbers, making 76,076 tickets ROBERT No. 4-2 Water street-Up stairs; D. B. WOOD & Co. .

- ?'untv Court, does not interfere with his prac. and the drawing of 12 ballots, there will be having just received an assortment of Fur Inland or River Navigation, on favorable terms. dec7-- -----.29 Water street.

as an Attorney and Counsellor. nov30 220 Prizes, each having three drawn numbers on; niture, consisting of: NOURSE, STONE & CO., Agents, FOR BOSTON-The ship- SABBATTIS --

.. tlce ------- 4,3513 each having two of them on ; and 25,740 Sofas, Sideboards and Beaureaua; no30 46 Water street. ., Cox, master, will meet with des- f.\\
PALACHICOLREADING-- ROOM, I each having one only, of them on ; and also 45,760 Tables, Secretary's and Bookcases ; patch for the above port. For freight I

L I of Chestnut and Commerce street, tickets having none of the drawn numbers on, Wardrobes, Washstands and Bedstead: ; THE INSURANCE & TRUST on deck or passage apply to

a corner entrance on Chestnut street, next door being blanks. To determine the fate of these Dressing, Pier and Centre, folding and IP ANY," with a Capital of ;)()(),OOO D B WOOD & CO ,
(.1iu, and blanks 7S numbers-from 1 to 7S inclusive Card Tables
11 prizes ; _.nov3Q 29 Water
POt Oaice.Oen paid in, and security invested, will take FIRE, street.
I"t the day from. S o'clock, A. M. to 10, -will be severally placed in a wheel on Curl'd Maple fancy and Windsor Chairs;
: every small Library attached to the room, the day of the drawing, and 12 of them will be Mahogany spring seat Rocking Chairs; INLAND, and MARINE RISKS, on as low FOR BOSTON-Tht brig OLD COLONY -

. 'J]i A drawn out at random; and that ticket having on Curl'd maple do, with cane back and seat; terms as any other good Office in the United Chase, Master, will meet with

V:i/n even Admittance inns! only.free. dec7 it, either one, or more of them, will be Prizes. Boston and Fancy Rocking Chairs. States. The above named Company having paida despatch. For freight/ on deck or passage -
apply to D.
,. The ticket having on it, as a combination, the Also, a large assortment of splendid Mahogany B. WOOD & Co.,
large amount of losses in this the dec7
City
during
r Liberal advances made on 1st, 2d and 3d drawn numbers, will he entitled] and Gilt frame LOOKING GLASSES, all of 29 Water street.

ff the Capital Prize, the 4th, 5th and Gth, the next, which he offers for sale very low, for Cash. past ten years, and in every instance, to the entire FOR BOSTON.-The fine new bark
York Boston
I tnments of Cotton to S T New SKILLMAN:, or and so on, in proportion. Apahchicola\'. 30, \\S 14. satisfaction of the parties assured; rely upon .RUSSIA, Larrabee, master, will meet f

.. ;'It pool, hy 33 Water street. J G GREGORY & CO., Managers, PHYSICIANS & DRUGGISTS-A large their well earned reputation for a continuance of with immediate despatch for the above

DOV5:; B S hAWLEY, Agent, TO of Glass Ware, Ointment Jars, public patronage.: port. For freight on deck or passage, apply to
dec" cor. of Chestnut and Commerce sts. I D B WOOD & CO.
The subscriber will keep Gallipots, Graduate Measures, Glass, Wedge- (3THE subscribers having been appointed no\23 ,
1 WILL BE SOLD at Public Sale on the wood and Iron Morters, &.c., for sale byJ 29 Water street.
the season, a cjood; supply of WEST IN. Agents of the above named Company, are fully
"ol1b ;iii;; 15th day of December next, the HOUSE C ALLEN, FOR PROVIDENCE, R. I.
The
I'
- fine
7 I Ii ':JL\ and WESTERN PRODUCE, of the best I and LOT lately occupied by Mrs. John- novSO: cor of Centre and Commerce sts. prepared, and are authorized to act as such.J coppered brig BORDEUX
Barnes Master
'i the people, at fair prices, -
offers
he to
,which of Live Oak and Columbus
7 son, corner streets. DAY & CO., wants a few bales cotton
C L LeB,\RON, : GROCERIES &c.fcc. AVERY & on deck.
olfale only. -
(r. GEO. S. HAWKINS: FAMILY Fur freight of which,
: or
nov9 52 Water street. passage, apply to
- nov.'.>:3 30 Water street. novlG fcc. No. 24 Water street. have lust opened -
Agent, */ i D. B. WOOD
&
Co.
t a large assortment of Family Groceries, Do. .
! f3 Exchange.)rafts on New FOR nE T.-The Building on Com- mestics, Prints, Boot, Shoes, &c., which they UN MUTUAL INSUANCE CO., dec7 29 Water street.

rrt and Providence, at sight, in sums to suit !I,, '1;ii; merce street lately occupied by S R Ford offer for sale on reasonable terms nov30OFFICE of the City of Jew York. FOR PROVIDENCE.-The fast sail- '
II as a Marble Work Shop. Possession given Trustees .ing brig PARAGON,
sale T L MITCHEL, : Brayton, master
for by DESK.-A fine double Office
SJ ,1,1to trchasers, 37 Water street. ImmedIately. For particulars inquire of large James D P Ogden, William II Macy, is now loadmg and will meet despatch.
BJv3j( ( (has Reen used little,) will be
i MILTON SCOTT, very Moses H Grinnell, Fred'kVissmann.. For treijjht or passage, apply tonovSQ
.. dec" 3t Waverlv HOUJC.FOR sold low by JAS F FAROTOR, Conrad \V Faber, Joseph Foulke, Jr. T L l\IITCHEL, 37 Water st.
r The undersigned make nov30 !9 J Columbus Block. Samuel M Fox, Hamilton Murray,
1 his friends "' RE T.-The Dwelling House Wm Edgar Howland, Jacob R Nevius, FOR NEW YORK-The fine brig
i
.I )ral advances on Cotton consigned eYork.to. i iii lately occupied by IJ S Hawley; fronting SALT,-500 sacks Salt, on Consignment, for John H Hicks, Fred'k G Foster, CAMILLA[ Mandeville, Master, has her
Tisdale & Borden, I
:.ssrs.! .I ,, low for Cash, bvl'OURSE Godfrey Pattison, Richard K Haight
I I WOOD ,1t on the Church Square, possession given cargo going on board. For deck freight
T.
,. WM. ,
j' 33 Water street. immediately. For further particulars apply to STONE & CO., Sidney Mason, \Vm S Alley, only, apply to CHAS. ROGERS & Co.
110\21 nov23 3t JOHN BARCOCK. novSO 46 Water street. Schuyler Livingston, Winthrop Gray, dec7 S.
H __ Theodore Vietor Water street.
: Roswell Sprague,
1, ;i r The subscribers! are pre- I"f: FOR RENT.-A front Office, in store LU.MBER.-30OlrJ feet of White Pine boards Henry Holdrege, Oliver Slate, Jr. FOR NEW YORK.-The brig HISTORIAN -

r. j, to make liberal advances on Cotton conned I 11;iii;; No. 31 \Vakr street-Up stairs. For further from barque Russia. Anthony B Neilson Drake1 ill 5, L C Lufkin, master, having .
: (, For sale by D WOOD & CO., Alfred Setbn, Robert L Maitland, most of her
\ ;!::1' particulars apply toRADIOXD cargo engaged, will meet
,I to their friends at Liverpool Havre, New Charles W Jr.
Sagory, Joseph Alsop,
I no\30.
2J Water street. with despatch. For freizht
& SCOTT or
1 :rtor Boston: D WOOD! & CO., -._- ----- Bernard Graham, Elias Ponvert, KI31BROUGHH apply to
; ior5 29 Water street. no\233t Waverly House. I-RON.-40 tons, comprising a complete assortment Theodore Dehon, John D Van Beuren.A dec7 W H CO.,

'e A GENERAL assortment of Blank Books, I of flat, round and square Swedes and B NEILSON, President. 21 Water street.

I NEW NOVELS J\. Stationery, Cutlery, Perfumary, Fancy English Iron, landing from ship Tarolinta. JOHN ALFRED WHITEHEAD SETON Vice President. FOR NEW YORK.-The packet brig

ill I IX PAMPHLET FORM.: Good', &.c., &:., among which are the following: For sale by J DAY &. CO., Secretary. MANHATTAN, Doane, master, will

'II y luc subscriber: has just received from New "VVritig, Letter and Account Paper ; nov30 52 Water street. undersigned AGENTS of the above meet with despatch. For freight of pas-

. York, the following[ New Works:- Em'clopeotc and Wrapping Paper ; SPERM: CANDLES.-Just received on con TH Company, are prepared to take MARINEand sageKapply. to the NOURSE master, or to '
"The Birth i ibt," Ledgers ; Journals ; 100 boxes New Bedford Sperm STONE & CO.,
1r.-. 44 Blanche Navarre," Cash, Invoice and Day Books ; Candles, for sale low for cash, by'V)1 RIVER RISKS, on the most favorable terms. nov23 46 Water street.

4 Adim Brown," Quills ; Ink and Ink :Stands; ; 4 WOOD, HARPER & HOLMES, FOR NEW YORK-Star Line The

:). Prairie Bird," Bills Lading and Manifests: ; nov30 33 Water street=Up stairs. tiovl9 51 Water street. '1e. and splendid Packet brig EMPIRE,

'' Gerolstein," :Memorandum( Books ; Almanacs ; SPORTSMEN, .c.-A few choice Rifles ,Lewis, master, will meet with despatchfor
- II Arrah Neil," Wafers; tiealinrVax; ; ; Ink Powder rpo JL and double barreled Guns English and FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE the above port. For freight or passage, having -

Wandering Jew," Spelling: Bonks ; Dictionaries ; French Percussion Caps, Powder Flasks,Nipples, INSURANCE.TIlE elegant accommodations, apply to

C.'p 'I "The Jilt," Geographies and Atlasses ; \Vrenchers, &.C., t9gether with a great variety of ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
)
B ::1 "The Ref ormer:." Prayer Books and Bibles ; Fish, Hook*. Lines. Snells, Artificial Flies, and nov9 40 Water street.
;5 I ti. X. Arrangements- have been made Annuals for 1845 ; Pocket Knives; fishing tackle. Just received and for sale by $200,000! and the PROTECTION FOR NEW
YORK.-The
j the! publishers! by which all the NEW Watts' and Methodist Hymns ; B ELLISON & CO INSURANCE CO.,-Capital $130,000; fast sailing
WM.
C ')3VELS' of the season, will be regularly re- Playing' Cards all qualities: ; nov30 33 Water street. In addition to the capitals: of the above named _, _maser Coppered, will brig have despatch L. JONES as above.For Tyler.-,
0. ed i 5 son as possible after their publication. Gold and Silver Pencil Cases ; '-
c. B S HAWLEY, Combs : small Northern Hams. companies, they have each a large surplus fund treight or passage, apply to the master, or to
Ivory and Shell ; IIA\IS.-15f
11 1 i ccrofChp::tnut and Commerce sts : and Brushes ; by AVERY & JONES; in reserve. Persons doing business with these HARPER & HOLMES,
39 Blacking 16
nov 51 rater
street.
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t., pA-Ann SPANISH SEGARS ; Lead Pencils and Pencil Points ; -novSO 21 t Water street. companies, may rest satisfied, that they are

I1 I(UU U (J 15'J sacks: Rio Coffee ; Fish Hooks and Lines ; QEGAR.-2i3O Se ars, Venus" brand ; fully INSURED to the amount of their [policies, FOR PHILADELPHIA-The fine

& !,: 1 En, sacks Havana do; Razors and :Straps ; Shaving Brushes; I ) 2,0) "Wa-ihinston" do. and that losses will be paid winthout vexatious ,brig REPUBLIC, Gates, Master, willha"e
H boxes Sweet Meats, assorted; Hair, Cloth' and Teeth Brushes ; 2,000 Princippe, a superior quality; i despatch for the above port. For
''T Cheroots for sale delays or technical objections. deck freight, or opply to
3 5J do Claret Wine! ; Steel Pens ; Colognes ; 5,0JO: Spanish by passage
to 14 :' White Havana Sugar; Brown do; :Soaps and Hair Oils!' ; E B WHITMARSH[ t ljTilE:: subscriber having been appointed dec7 CHAS. ROGERS & Co. '

O., New Orle1n? do; Lamp! Glasses) and Wicks ; novSO( 29} Water street. Agent for the above named Companies, is fully FOR BALTIMORE-The new, fast

New Orleans!' Molasses; Pocket Books and Wallets ; BBLS Albiny Ale; 23 do Cider; authorized to take risks on the lowest terms. Bailing brig STAR, Chase, master, will

toA 4W sacks salt, &.c., &.c., for sale by Port Folios; Backgammon Boards ; ,.)0 23: boxes Champaigne do DANIEL. J. DAY, __ have despatch. For 20 to 30 bales, to

. C L LeBARON, Silver and Steel Spectacles ; S bbU Wolsey and Wolsey's Sugar; complete cargo: and for deck freight or passsage
novO! 52 Water
.1rt5 : street.
,fecT 30:: Water street. :Silk and Cotton Purses ; 5 boxes do do do apply to CHAS. ROGERS & Co.,

B Music Box -s,' Ace., &c. 20 boxes Codfish ; 3 casks London Porter ; CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE dec7 Water street.

JpoTs & SHOES.-A ceneral: variety. For pale at reduced prices by 10 boxes Tobacco; :5 tierces Rice ; COMPANY, FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.The .-
U
For sale by AVERY & JONES, dec B. S. JlA'VI.EY. 50 boxes Sperm Candles 5 chest Tca.
; fine ELEMENT
new ship Turner
&: : 2J Water street. of the City of J\ew York.
For sale by W A WOOD,
is to receive
master ready
,
: cargo. Ap-
U. 13EE: .-35: boxs Cheese. THE subscriber has recently received from nnvGO. 23 Water street. Trustees: iTtO D B WOOD & Co.,
York a large addition to his stock of James Harper, Abraham Van Nest,
J For sale 1B WHITMARSH: LS.-lU Swedes Iron "dec 29 Water
\V by & .NA tons ; street.
John B Lasala Silas
Drugs and Medicines, which makes his assort IRON :M Crandall,
'0 ,!31 29$ Water street. Nails, for sale by
; kegs John J William B Cozzens
Boyd,
ment as full as any other establishment in the S. DAMEREL: 50 Water street, is
0-r- : I[AY-120 bales landing from ship Element, Southern Country, among which are the follow nov30 DODGE &40 GARDNER Water street.: James Edward Phalen.Richardson, Joseph Charles B L Nones VOSP, WM receiving per Ship Florence, a stockof

19 : for u1e bv' D B WOOD & CO., ing articles and the wholesale prices : John J Herrick John F Butterworth, Goods, embracing among others, the following

: K'I 2.: Water street. 3000 Ibs Epsom! Salts, 6 cents per lb ; (IOFFEE.-150 sacks Rio; 23; sacks! Java. George C De Kay, Samuel Sherwood, articles which he offers at reasonable prices :, _;

B j ''iEtrIr\GS! Shirtings, Osnaburgs, Blue and 200 galls Castor4Oil, $1 75 cents per gall; '_..1 For sale by Samuel A Lawrence, Zadock Pratt, Rio Coffee ; I

A.& Brown Drills, &.t'., &:"c., for sale by 20 groce Cas; !' 'r Oil, quarts, pints and $ pints; WYLIE & McKENEZIE, Theodore A Meyer, Herman D Gould, Sugar, West India and Refined Loaf; ) ,
1 lb novSO 47 Water street. William P Furniss, Joseph S. Smith, Northern Flour in bbls and half bbls
iei 200 lbs Gurp amphor, per ; ;
: Water
IKto- AVERY & JONES, 23 st. _ John T Gilchrist Elias T Aldrich
30 doz Spr -p Turpentine, $3 per doz ; SALT-1,250 sacks, just re- Loring Andrews,, Lawrence Hill, ," Buckwheat Meal in 8ths and quarters; t .
.tpt )X COXSIG MENT.--One light Buggy 300 Ibs Roll ouljmur, 6 cents per Ib ; LIVERPOOL brig; Lawrence Copeland, and for Cyrus Chenerv, ThorrS Monahan, .. : : Mackerel in bbls, halves and quarters ; ...t-.

Waon, also 3 ca es Saddles. 30 lbs Calomel, $1 I 75 cents per Ib ; sale by RAYMOND & HARDIN, George Whita'ker, "William II Townsend, Newark Cider and Vinegar; :_
-6<:7 WYLIE. & McKENZIE. 30 doz Calomel in Vials; nov23 33 Water st. James II Suydam, Amos Noyes, Cegars and Tobacco of various qualities;
odal I -- -- i--r- ---T-T '- 2000 Ibs Copperas 4 cents per Ib ; George Palen, John Breasted l, Snuffin bottles and bladders ;
I ) TECTIONARY.:50:; boxes 2olb) each. Cavannah's Neat's Foot William Burgovne, Leonard Appleby. Fowls Candlesand Oil
Ib Pipe Sperm
300 Cream Tartar, 50 cents per ; BLACKING ; ;
J For sale by B S HAWLEY, to shine over all SAMUEL: A LAWRENCE, President.
Uacc 9 cents lb Soap ; Cognac Brandy ; Holland Gin;
500 Ginger ;
: per JOSEPH B President.
& NONES Vice
5t' sts.
cor of Chestnut and Commerce kinds of for sale by ,
greese
and French Cordials Wines
and
0- 200 U Indigo, 81 50 cents per Ib ; E B WHITMARSH, LEWIS BENTON, Secretary. Syrup ;
'
- I 'tt.-O boxs Collins & Co." Hartford. 100 doz Bateman's Drops, 62$ cents per doz ; 29J Water street. CAPT SAM'L CANDLE, Marine Inspector. Brandy ; Gin ; Rum ; Domestics;
nov30
1iI For sale bv DODGE & GARDNER, 50 Opodclaoc, SI per dozen ; WILLIAM WELLS, Fire Surveyor. Cheese; Butter ; Preserves; Pickles ;
100cs ; 40 Water street. 50 U British Oil, 75 cents per dozen; S iJGAR.-.5 hhds New Orleans: Sugar, a prime Spices East India Bagging;

'\ S.-Regalia, Havana and Principe 50 I.audnum, 62$ cents per dozen; article, foe sale by THE subscriber, AGENT for the above Company Manilla and Kentucky Bale Rope ;

I. For sale by ANERY & JONES, 50 Paragoric and Peppermint, 62$ cents n0v30 DODGE &...Water GARDNER street., is now prepared to receive applicationsfor Manilla Kentucky and Kentucy Yarn Twine Nails;

.JS 7 21 Water street.ATOES.l50 per dozen ; Marine, Inland transportation and Fire risks, Packing ; ;
. 20 Ibs Nut !Megs, $1 50 cent per 1 UK ISITAILS, & IRON.-30 casks Nails ; and to issue policies on reasonable terms. Spikes ; Bar Iron and Steel ;
$i -landing; from ship Ele- 15 kegs Pearl Ash, 10 cents per Ib ; i 1 ii) tons Iron, for sale by Smoothing Irons and Fire Dogs; f
-vr'or t1 for sale by D B WOOD & CO., 3 groce Scidlitz and Soda Powders ; p WYLIE & McKENZIE, STEPHEN T. SKILLMAN, Waggon Boxes; Trace Chains ;

ll- 29 Water_street.__ 5 boxes Houck's Panacia ; nov3Q 42 Water st. 33 Water street. Cotton Hoes ; Collins' Axes; '

dibi 1I GARDE r'SEED.-l000 paper fresher 50 lbs Sulph Quinine; HHDSNOSngar5dOPRd0 ; Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844. nov5 6m Table pnd Pocket CuttLry ;
Pens
; Pistols Steel
Guns and
; ; .
Garden Seed, for sale by I 100 groce Bottle Corks, 62$ cents per groce ; 3 50 bas Rio Coffee; 20 do St Domingo; & MEDICINES-A full assortment Powder Shot ; Percusion Caps; .
HAWLEY, 40 doz Ink, 81 dozen; Rock Gin DRUGS I.. ; ";0; !
B S per bbls
I 100 boxes Soap ; 20 ; Medicines, and Patent and Botan. Flints Looking Glasses; Coffee Mills t '
:-to $-, cor of Chestnut and Commerce sts. 50 Scotch Snuff, $2 50 cents per dozen ; 30 bbls N E Rum, for sale by ical Medicines, for sale by Globe ;and other Lamps; '
40 M Snuff 75 cents doz W A WOOD -
iik' :.Lk APS.-A choice assortment of Otter Maccaboy $2 per J ALLEN, Shingling Hatchets ;

Ee1 and Muskrat Cap, for sale low by 50 Soaps, assorted!' ; noV30 23 Water street. nov30 cor of Centre and Commerce sts. Boots, Shoes, Brogans in great variety. f
LICSodli 30 boxes Starch, 9 cents Ib; _
B ELLISON & CO., per House Molasses, and Glass Ware &c. &c. .
1 jfOLASES.-4 bbls Sugar COFFEE200 Crockery ,
box AND JAVA
50 Lemon Syrup, 2 75 a 8* per ; :-
33 Water street. .LVI received and for sale by RIO nov30
just Rio Coffee
15 baskets: Olive Oil ; 5 groce Mustard ; bags! ;
hit \\TATIO ERY.-An assortment of School 2 groce Yeast Powders ; E WHITMARSH Water street., 25 do Old Gov't Java do. Jackson Superior Court. I

000 &ou, Blanks and Stationery, for sale by 30 dozen Stoughten Bitters ; nov30 201 For sale by Catherine B. Lottin, ) r-

Le- J ALLEN, Mr. H. will devote his entire attcntioa to the BIlLS Rectified Whiskey, now landing DODGE & GARDNER, vs. >Attachment for $115 87J .

cor of Centre and Commerce sts. Drug Business, and hopes to see his old cus. 50 from schr Swallow, for sale by nov16 40 Water street.-- Elijah Robbins, ) r.

tVHEA T.-I5 boxes Buckwheat lomcrs at the store formerly occupied by B. T. DODGE & GARDNER, ACCO.--4 box! Myer's aromatic Tobacco; THE Defendant and all others interested are '

-5T #jJ qr. and Ol-Sthsbbls do. ; Caro corner Chesnut and Commerce streets.- nov39 40 Water street. T' 6 do Strange's Honey Dew ; of the institution of this suit by attachment \

For sale by AVERY & JONES All orders from the country promptly attended crn HALF bbl: Fulton Market Beef; 6 do Carmo's do do; returnable to the next Spring term of "
,..zL'-:& 24 Water street. to. B. S. HAWLEY. OU 50 bbls Prime do; 50; doz Mrs. Miller's fine cut Chewing do; the Superior Court of Jackson county. If they 1
nd- _________ 50 do Mesi do' ; 25 doz &. 25 lbs Smoking do. see fit to do so, they may plead to the declaration 1
fFEa.500 bags Rio Coffee, now landing OIL.-,I cks Sperm Oil. sale W A WOOD, For sale bE WHITMARSH, filed in said case. A H BUSH, Pl'fTs Att'y. .
t. IIII'lde by J DAY k CO., sale byVYLJE & McKENZIE, nov30'For by 23 Water street. novSO 29 J Water street. Marianna, Nov. 2Sth, 1541. dec ..
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= NEW YORK & APALACHICOLA PACKETS JOSEPH:: SCHROTD, LEGAL NOTICES:

BARGAINS BARGAINS NEW GOODS A ja No. 44 Water, near Chestnut st. -_- .

Wholesale and Retail. Apalachico.aDUW of-Flort.
NEW GOODS STAR LINE." ..
FRANKLIN
43't
COUNTY.D. .
subscriber begs leave to inform the citi- ELLISON & CO., No. 33 Water street, Ship Marianna,.... S S I . Phillips, Master. S K. Dodge, Compl't, )

THE of Apalachicola, and the Planters of the B. offer for sale, a fresh stock of well selected Ship Rienzi,. .. .. . .Clark, and N fa Chant

I interior in general,that he is now opening a well GOODS, suitable for this Market; among which Brig! Empire, (new) . . .L wis. James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. $ try.IT '

t selected lot of FANCY DRY GOODS, direct are the following: Brig Caroline E. Platt,. .. Rice, PATENT cr appearing to the Court, from the

4 : from New York, which he is determined to sell Groceries of all descriptions; Brig Virginia,.. . . . Talbot, Master in Chancery in this case report ct

I I Cheaper Man the Cheapest for Cash! The Brown and Bleached Domestics ; Brig Cayuga,. . . . .Bedell, SIX DARREL SELF.REVOL.W'IVJG That the following sums are due by the appointed:

store is situated on Chestnut street next*door it--._to_ Latest styles of Printed Calicoes; Brig Mary,. . . . . .Richardson, AND PISTOLS.REPEATING hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments partie here.

k the house known as the "Georgiaand iURUiiUl l Scarlet and White Flannels; vessels being of light draft of water tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin

k House," the following articles to wit- Canton Flannels ; 6.4 Sheeting ; THESE by experienced masters, are DEALER in Fancy Hardware Fine Cutlery, Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public

I I )4i Cloth and Cassimeres; Mouslin de Lames; Irish Linens ; well adapted to the trade, and will sail punctually &c., consisting in part of is hereby given to the parties iwwtice
I' black Cravats and Stocks; Fine Pen &Pocket Knives and Scissors;
Checks ,
t Gents Cambric ;
and to F. NourseiRecpSj
.11 blk Bombazines and Allanaca; Swiss Muslin as advertised. 0 to pay the same Benjamin :'
A Blk and blue and assort'dcolors; Gloves; the,subscribers in Razors, and Chapman's Razor Strops; in said together with the interest
Cashmere de Cossa, of the finest quality Gimp Edging, err Au goods forwarded to cause, thereon
I latest patterns j Merino Undershirts and Drawers ; New York, will be shipped free of commissions. i Elegant Port Folios, for ladies; from the first day of March, 1943,or their respec!
: Muslin de lain, do do: Hosiery; Vhito and striped Shirts; POST & PHILLIPS' : Steel Pens and Pen Holders ; tive shares will be sold at public auction in

:1 A few very choice rich fig'd Silks, for dresses; French Dimity ; Lace Muslins ; 68 South street, New York. Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pens; cordance with a decree of the Court of Ch'ancm
I
,:I Pt A large and elegant assortment of Shawls, 8t English and French Ginghams; McKAY & HARTSHORNE, Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks; for the District aforesaid, to pay the several

,1 pricestOstntthetirneS; fronT ; Damask Table Cloths and Napkins ; 40 Water st., Apalachicola. Patent Inkstands; Fine Letter Paper; amounts so due and owing. Sale first 'Vednes.
and lisle thread edging,
I of Laces Fine Gold and Silver Pencils
; A variety Scotch and Russia Diaper ; October bt, 1844. o26y ; day in December'hext, to wit:
25: cents peryard; Genuine German Cologne, and fine Per-
4 to
m Cloths and Cassimcres; Daniel McDougal, principal and interest due
1 of all description from 12 to 50 per pair I Superior Ticks; 1*
Hosiery APALACHICOLA PACKETS. fumes for Handkerchiefs, &.e.Bear's
YORK &
4 I A large assortment of Ribbons of the lates I Fancy Vestings; Soaps and Perfumery; NEW Oils Toilette Mirrors March, IS13.l,6 on

Ii ; style, and of the brightest colors; Shell, Horn and Ivory Combs; ; Hair and Tooth Brushes; Hudson A. Thornton, Ie 3,310 61
14 Fine Cloths
a ;
A large variety fashionable prints. Fine Silk and Nutria Hats; Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
t: Also, a great variety of other Goods, such .ai Silk Velvet and Cloth Caps; Line. Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs; indebted on the same day and year... 972 75

Ladies ties, Bonnet flowers) Jaconet and Swiss Sealett Regular Packet Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders; John D. Howell.. -. .. ... .. .. .. .. 355 c
U Muslin Jaconet eding: ;and insertings, Umbrellas, Hair, Seal and Caps; Ship Martha Washington,. .J J Doane, master. Morocco Pocket Books ; Tweezers; order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmaclr

I' Satlinets, Kentucky Jeans, Tickings, Flannels, Kip Brogans ; Russet do ; Ship Floridian,. . . Wm. Pratt, Ladies' Fine Feather Fans; By of the Court of Franklin county'in :
Superior
& i "I Brown and bleached Shirtings; Ladies and Gents Boy's sewed and pegged Brogans ; Ship Uncas,. ... . . .PWLatham, Feather Dusters; Key Rings; Judge District of Florida.

I sewed and pegs'd shoes, Negro Brogans Goods, &c.will: Ladies' fine Kid and Calf Shoes; Brig Manhattan,. .. .. .WII Doane, Violin and Violin Strings ; the Apalachicola R. J. MOSES

: Ladies and Gentlemen, purchasing examine for Gent's fine.and coarse Boots; Brig Ann Eliza,. . . .W C Park, ". Sewing & Knitting Needles, &c., &e. Master in
A find it to their advantage to call elsewhere.and A full assor't of table and pocket Cutlery; Brig Metamora.H Ashley, Also, a good supply of single and double bar- Apalachicola, August 19, 1844- Chancery.

r themselves before purchasing C. GRAY. Feather Fly: Dusters ; Green Blinds; vessels are of light draft of water, reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which he

I Hemp and Cotton Seine Twine; THESE expressly for the trade, of the best ma offers cheap for Cash.Apalachicola Franklin Superior Court.

: ,, Apalachicola, Nov. 23, 181 .-2m Looking Glasses, assorted ; terials, copper fastened and coppered, with handsome Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf AT CHAMBERS. .

Ship Chandlery. Wood Ware of all descriptions ; accommodations, and will sail punctuallyas Thomas L. Mitchel, comp't."

i/./, WOOD 23 Water street, offers for Crockery and Glass Ware ; :],dvertised.Vhen the day of sailing falls on Win. H. fbRln.ougll & Co., vs.

t lIT,,v A.paleCordage Transparent Window Shades; Sunday, the ships will sail on the Monday follow COMMISSION: AND FORWARDING Dodge,McDougald,Calhounand

Blocks Oars, Oakum, Saddles, Bridles and Saddle Bags; ing. The price of passage is:: $10, without liquors. MERCHANTS, Bass, trustees of the
f All forwarded to the subscribers, at No. 91 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.[ Land and
Leather, Pump do., Hooks, Tin Ware of all descriptions. (XT goods Franklin Apalachicola .
.i Thimbles.Rigging Handspikes, Capstain Bars, Together with the above, and a variety of other New York, will be shipped free of commission.E. rpHE undersigned,successors to KIMBROUGHJL Lot Company; IN CHANCERY

i' Mallets Marline Spikes, articles too numerous to mention. Merchants D. HURLBUT & CO., ic RIDGWAY, will continue business in this Lewis Curtis and George

Sewing Boat Box,, Bale and Fish Hooks, and planters from the country are invited to call 81 South st., N. Y., or, city, at their old stand, under the above name. Griswold, trustees of the
Can ,
Deck Buckets, and examine before purchasing elsewhere. nov23 NOURSE, STONE; & CO., Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended :- Apalachicola Land Co.:; I
i Hand Pumps, sep3 4p; Water st.? Apal'a. offer our services to our Myers: assignee inbankruptcy
_
again
do Cedar do., Tin Funnels, to us, we '
Draw
i ,. I NEW ,GOODS and strict attention and low charges, of George W. .
Iron Shovels, Scrub Brushes, Mops, .Accommodation Stages. friends, by J
I and Retail to receive a full share of buisiness in our Ross, defendants.
Hickory, Luch and Corn Brooms, Wholesale THE subscriber begs leave to we hope affidavit
to the Judge by filed ia
f1 and Horn Lanterns, Scrapers, STEVENSON & CO. offer for sale, at their g', inform the public, that he has line. IT appearing
L Signal =. said Daniel James,
J : J. J. on that McDougald,
stand the most extensive and general + HORSE advances will be made by Ridgway cause
Irons, Making Irons, old .. ft. on hand two good TWO crJ--
Caulking
Bass Lewis
I in for sale. Also the usual S. Calhoun and Charles L. ; Curtis
; before had to
have consigned us
Axchanncll's Fish Lines, Parslinc, assortment of Goods they ever CARRIAGES, one he intends keeping in Tallahassee Cotton
Griswold and Myers, tes&
I I do. market. They respectfully invite their other at his old stand at Chatta- advances made on Cotton for shipment. and George ;
do. Copper this and the
Nails cut Scupper ,
it
WM. II. KIM 1JROUGH, beyond the limits of the Territory, to v :tbe-
i and the -
Tacks Screws Tar, Pitch, friends, country merchants, public generally hoochee, ready to run at all times whenever call-
in the
I c Pump stock examination before H. B. KIMBROUGH.Apalachicola said McDougald, Calhoun and Myers, state
their an His
Oils Gimblets, to give ed and on very accommodating terms.
Turpentine, Augers, upon nov30 of the said Curtis and Grisvvold, in the
This stock consists in Nov. 20, IS 14. Georgia;
elsewhere. his drivers ,
I Hooks and Staples, Files: Gridirons, purchasing!: Horses and Carriages are good, and state of New York; and the said Bass in the state

I Caulking Mallets, Chalk, Tormentors. part of, viz: careful and obliging; and from his endeavors to Copartnership and Commission.Business. of Alabama. It i is ordered, that a notice be published .
I b Cork Screws Super black French Cloths, and accommodate the public heretofore, he .
please
Mills of four
Coffee and Pepper week for the months
blue and invisible do, once a space
Ii Medium black, green of favor and
J Dust and Shoe Brushes, Coffee Pots, black, French and English Cassimeres, confidently h Super
at t T Bellows, Table and Tea Spoons, Do fancy and Doeskin do, patronage. REUBEN SCOTT. undersigned: have associated for the pur- Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed in
THE
.' Knives and Forks, Carving do., 3-4 and 6-4 Tweeds and Beaver Cloths, Chattahoochoe, Fla., April 1, 1H. of transacting a General Agency and this District, requiring said defendants to appeal
4 c arid Plaid Velvet Vestings, ocr The Stage will be found at .the Ilanters'.Hotel Business. The business will be con-
Dishes, Mugs, Basins, ,Lamp Feeders, Super Silk, Satin Commission and answer, otherwise the complainants bill shall
.1 Candles, Tea Canisters, Dust Pans, Rich Cashmere de Cosse and Mouslin de Lames, Tallahassee. aplii; .{m ducted in Apalachicola, Fla., by Henry L. Raymond be taken pro confesso: against them.
) I I and figured Silks, black Lustring and & HAR-
i RAYMOND
Russia, English and American Duck, Rich plaid Tax Notice under the firm of (copy teste)
t N Senshaw do, Edward J. Hardin,
Raven's do. Axes, Compasses, Black and fi'd Alpaca, Merino and Balzarine, conformity with an Ordinance, passed: by DIN-in Columbus, Geo., by GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clerk.

!t I Sewing, Seine and Sail Twine, Chusans and rich Cashmere de Cosse Prints, IN Mayor and Council of the City of Apalachicola under the firm of HARDIN &this Co. to Apalachicola, May 3tst 1S44. je4mIT

Marline, Sheaths and Belts, Fine Earlston and Manchester Ginghams, March 22d, 18It, entitled "An Ordin- The advantages offered hy arrangement Sale.
wish to S Marshal
ilk have
Needles Swiss, Plaid, Lace and Book Muslins, the of said City." persons at a distance who may or
and Sewing Jackonett, raise Revenue for use
a
Sail to
Bagging
ance
be fi. fa. issued from
will
ai ; and other do, business in either or both places, virtue of three writs of
Cambric fig'd nett, fig'd cap, this make
White Lead, Red Lead, Black Paint, I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, have BY
t Bobbins do ourselves com Court for Franklin County and
Thread Lace, Thread Edging, ,Tapes, will the 10th of De- readily perceived. Feeling fully : the Superior ,
day
and
Yellow Ochre, Verdigris Putty, day levied upon, on
&c. &c. conduct such a business as it should be, District of Apalachicola in favor of John Hardin,
r : Paint and Tar Brushes, Varnish, black Silk and Cotton cember next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the. petent to
the
L ? Lisle Lace and Edging, and intending so to do, we respectfully solicit a Benito T Caro and Isaac S Jaques, against
Dividers Pen Knives, Log Books, Apalachicola Exchange, proceed to sell at public
Lace, tec. &c. Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company, tome
I Log Slates and Pencils, Hand Lines, Scotch and Russia Diapers,Crash and Hhuckaback outcry to the highest bidder, so much of the following share of patronage.EDWARD J. HARBIN, directed, (the former purchaser having failed

:' Paper and CJuils, Ink, Tin Ware, Napkins, Table and Toilet Covers, Goods 3-4 described property, as will bring! double HENRY L. RAYMOND. comply with the terms of sale,) I shall again offer
Loads Also-A large assortment of Domestic the amount annexed, together with all costs and
Hand Crockery,
i Ii Deep Sea Lines, 5.4 Brown Homespuns. Apalachicola July 31, IS 14. nltfTailoring for sale at public outcry at the Court House door
of sale.
to
1.. Deep Sea Leads, Yeast Powders, Bleached Sheeting and 5-4 to 12-4 sheeting, Osna- charges in the city Apalachicola, on the first Monday

I U Jack Screws, Spunyarn, burgs, Lot To vhomii assessed. $ cts: Establishment. in January next, within the usual hours of sale
:i ,.. Packing Yarn. nov30 Twill'd Jeans, Shirting Stripes, Satinetts, Ken.tucky BlOCkS'l If: subscriber, having just arrived from New to the highest bidder for cash fractional No.
-
r : ) L' .. . .\ 87; THE of Cloths, Cas-
1 Jeans, &. 5 C. L. B ar tl e tt, ) with a-splendid stock 9! in Block D. front range in the city of Apalacft-

d Renioval.I Negro Kerseys, Linseys, 9-4 to 12-4 Whitney I-12 a.. Birdsal,, . . 250 simeres, Vestings, &c., of the most fashionable icola, together with the buildings and apnrte-

STAPLE&FANCYDRYGOODS&C.I Blankets, Mosquito H2 4' I. C. Birdsal,... . 250: styles, which he is prepared to make up in the nances thereon, as the property of the Southern
I L ii THE subscriber respectfully gives notice, that 9-4 to 12-4 white Massachusetts Quilts, Fl U & 12 Calhoun &Bass,. . 10 00 most fashionable manner, and at such prices thatwill Life Insurance and Trust Company to satisfy said

1 has REMOVED his stock of Goods to Netting,assortment&c. &c. of Hats and Caps, Al 1 John Evans,. . .. . 250 give satisfaction to his customers. The busi- claim. R. MYERS, Marshal.
I the new building, corner of Center and Commerce Also-An Russia Rabbit and ness will be under the entire management of Nov. 26 1S44. no,3O unADM1N1STRATOR'SoTICES
streets, (known as Capt. Simmon's Buildings,) Ashland Sporting, Cassirnere, Hi Do 1&9), C. Edmondson,. . 29 00 WM. C. LAWRENCE, who is well known as a Apalachicola, ,
other kinds. ;)& 1t1
i r where he offers for sale at reducee prices, a large i Cloth. and Glazed Caps, Boys and Children's fancy Imp'd E2 11 s John Gilmore . . 2 50 person that is fully competent to suit the taste of -- ,
and general assortment of fresh STAPLE and I ... the most fastidious, from his long experience in
\..laps.AlsoAn 9 Estate of John Gillispie, 2 25;
I t'1 FANCY GOODS, direct from New York, consisting assortment of Boots and Shoes, coarse 1 this business. I shall continue to keep a first
. . 7 50
C2 '13 &.7 Jacob Harvey, shall
weeks after date I apply
and bound do ,
in part of- Brogans, Mens' lined . 3 rate assortment of Goods:: for Garments, togetherwith NOTICE.ix
t 7 John Kerns, . 30Imp'd of
Black and colored Silks, Gents tine Calf sew'd and other Boots, Imp'd A2 assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, W G M Davis, Judge
Walking Shoes, Gaiters, LU 3 John Kennedy, .. . 2 50 an Franklin for letters
Allapaca Alapeene and Shalla, Ladies fine Kid Slips, ward- the County Court of county,
J . 300 Shirts, Stocks, &c., to fit out a gentleman's
.
J. C. Love
2 Babcock
R
I Casmerett and Muslin de Lane/ Buskins, &c. &c. satisfac- of admiuistration on the estate of Latham -
Calicos of new patterns, Together with great variety of Fancy Articles, 17 :; William Low,. . . 3 00 robe, and shall use every exertion to give late of said county, deceased.
Shawls Ladies' Work Baskets and Boxes, .. 5 00 tion, that will make it an inducement for those ,
Muslin, Linen, Diaper, such as Fancy U2 11 Charles McKinney, JAMES A. ABORN.Apatachicolt .
Fringe Laces Gimps Fringe, Corsetts, Hair Brushes, fancy Soaps:;, extra German Cologne, Imp'dEo 10 J.Martin,.. . . 423Imp'd ; favoring me with their custom to continue to r\' ','. 26th, 1S44. nov30 6w
I'\ Parasols, Ribbons Cords, Beads, Gold and Silver Pencils, Tortoise Shell, Tuckingand A'2 tj; Mitchell Mar/ell,. . 3 23FL do so. R. STEENBERGH. ,
i Silk and Cotton H'ose, Side Combs, Ridding, Buffalo and other do, 1 1 Joseph Mitchell,.. . 4 50 Apalachicola Oct. 2G, 1SU.Tailoring.. .-Six weeks after date, 1 shall apply
L" 'Y, And a variety of other fancy articles. Ladies' Silk Purses, Hair Pins, Artificial Flowers, . 7 00 NOTICE 1 Hon'le Wm. G. M. Davis, Judge of
I Also-Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, Domestics, Bonnet Caps &c. &c., with a great many other 111 f & 17 R. Maitland & sons, i the Court of Franklin county, for letters
t .' usually in dry goods establishment, Hi U & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel. 6 00 Cash County
Hats, Caps &c. &c& articles kept a CC7 TERMS- on Delivery. 4:$ of Donald Campbell
To which additional{ \ supplies will occasionally all of which will be sold upon the most pleasing 15: 8 A. J. Norris,. . . 300 Fall and Winter Fashions just received. of administration on the estate

I received during the business season, all of which, terms for cash or city acceptance. ..30 7 Ogden & Ferguson, .. 1.25 "*" THE subscriber respectfullyjtinforms late of said county WILLIAM*deceased. ARCHER.

I will be sold at a small advance, for cash. Apalachicola, Nov. 16, IS14. ImpdC2 00 Dan'l. Ryan, . . 3 25Imp'd the Citizens of Apalachicola A..
1 SEYMOUR. John Ragan . . 225Imp'dA2 Apalaebicola, 107th, 1S44.OTICK. nov96-
:44 nov9 tf N. and Fashionable Goods A 00 and its vicinity, that he has
: New WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! !! 2 Frank White,. . . 300 removed his TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT .-Six weeks after date, I shall appt'

.11 Hardware, Tin Ware, &c. subscriber begs leave to call the attention F2 15 Henry Williams,. . (GOO ra to the new to the Honorable Judge of the County Court

; i ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO., Commerce st., THE his customers, and country merchants, to PETER HOBERT, i l'c.\ I building of Capt.Simmons,corner of Franklin county, for letters of administration.

; Chesnutand Cherry sts., are receiving an extensive assortment GOODS, which he has City Tax Collector. of Centre and Commerce street, on the estate of Carlton M. Evans, deceased.FRANCIS

and have in Store, Goods in part as follows: just received from New York, which he offers at Apalachicola, June 7th. 184-1. jel5 6m : and is now prepared, on reasonable L. MARSHALL
HARDWARE-Carpenter's,Walkers Improved the lowest market prices, and on the most reasonable :a terms-to execute all orders Apalachicola, Nov. llth,.1844. n66vv_ __

and S S Him Locks, assorted sizes: terms-among which will be fond the following UNITED STATESTYPE I -c- .:... in his line business inthe latest Ol'ICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply!

Desk Stock, Locks Trunk,, all Chest sizes and: Till Locks: :-Calicos, of all descriptions, & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY, and most fashionable styles, and warranted to fit. N to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judge of the U(

Knobs and Norfolk Latches: Screws: Crape de Laines, Cor. Ann& Nassau streets, New York. N.B.-Boys Garment:: particularly attended to. County Court of Franklin county, for Churchill letters ,
Butts and Strap Hinges: Blind Trimmings: Cashmere de Ecosse, THE undersigned respectfully JAS. C. COLEMAN. administration on the estateofDavidD.

Shutter and Door Bolts: Tacks and Brads: Hosiery, of all descriptions the Old Patrons of the Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 18,J4. _07 tf late of said county, deceased. .... Tcon'-1
Handkerchiefs inform T T ..-.
Files i round and flat, all sizes: Mill Saw do: Silk Shawls and BENJAMIN l-LLI.U.
Carpenter's and Blacksmith's Tools: Flannels Apron. Checks, TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUN- O.Ij\RTNERSI I IP.-C. \V. "ORDIN.hav- 1844. nOf56\f
I Nov. 1st,
American and English X cut and Mill Saws: Bleached and Brown Sheetings, DRY, formerly known as "JAMES C ing associated himself with L. FITCH in Apalachicola, .'

L -. Wro't and Cut Nails and Spikes: Umbrellas and Shades, CONNER'S" and more recently as the Watch and Jewelry business:, Ofid under the 1TOT1CE-.Six weeks after date IwitlaPP.UN of t the
I -:; Horse Nails: Table Cuttlery: Mitts, Gloves, Cuffs, &c. &c. "CONNER&. COOK'S,!' and the pub- name and style of FITCH & \\ JRDIN," respectfully to the Hon. Richard H. Long, Judge Letters"AdmmistratIon

Pen end Jack Knives: Cook's and Butcher's do: Over, Dress and Frock Coats, '. lic in general, that they are prepared lo execute informs their friends aril the public, County Court of Jackson County, for L.
'
I lea Britanj and hand Bells: Castors: Candlesticks : Cassimere anu Satinett Pants, orders for PRINTING TYPE, PRESSES, &c that they will on Jor about the 1st': of Novamber on the estate of William H-
Tea and Coffee Pots Spoons : and Fancy Vests
: Silk ,
; and other article necessary to form complete their stock of: Russ late oi said connty, deceased.
Ladles next .
: Lamps &e Muslin and Shirts every open
I i : Spittoons, : Flannel, Hickory D. DICKSONMarianna
TIN WARE.:-Plam and Japanned a general as- Negro Pants, Jackets, &c. &c. Printing Establishments, on as favorable ANDrf4IIL.t.i WILLIAMS 6W
sort ment, wholesate and retail: Calf Seal and Water Proof Boots, terms, and of as good a quality as any other establishment WATCHES, JEWELRY ,OcUS, 1844. ol4j

CASTINGS-Hollow Ware: Calf', Kip and Russett Brograns, in the United States. I J@W lID a Six months after date I shall appfc ,
Cook and Parlour Stoves: Ladies' fine, col'd and black Kid Slippers, The Type cast at this Establishment, is, both Consisting of Gold and Silver NOTICE- of the County Court |
Hon.
I Susaf Kettles and Mills: Walking Shoes, I. in style of face, and the material of which it is .Z.. /:2: f.' Watches, Keys, Chains, Broaches, Judge letters of dismission from t the!
Cauldron Kettles 30 to 150 gallons "col'd and bl'k Gaiter Boots, : <:: Jackson county, for
made, particularly adapted for service in News- 'Hings". Spectacles, Pencils, Studs:: of Sampson Pope
: Plough Points: Sad Irons, &c: Variety of Misses and Childrcns' Shoes and Head Ornaments administration on the estate

_ IRON AND STEEL-Germa.n, English, Blis- Bootees. paper Printing. of Stereotyping finished to order.N. Sleeve and Collar Buttons Bracelets> ,Music-Boxes,, late of said county deceased. Adm'Jackson ,
ter and Cast Steel: Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats, CO All kinds Lockets,Miniture-Cases:: SARAH II. POPE,
a Square, round and flat English, American, and Hunting Hats, .B.-Such Newspapers as will copy the above Purses, Wallets Knives, Scissors, Razors and County, July 26, 1844. a3-6D1--,
:I Swedish Iron: Caps of all descriptions. three times, previous to November next, will be Razor Straps; Tooth, Nail and Lather Brushes; I -- will-app!!
Sheet ahd Boiler Iron: Superior Black Cloth, entitled to pay in type, on making a bill of four Snuff' an'Tobacco Boxes, Violin Strings, &c. TOTICE.-Six months after date, I cf the
SHIP CHANDLERY-Manilla Cordage 2 to Cassimeres and Tweeds, times the amount tf, the three insertions. JOHN L. FITCH, IN to the Hon. \V.1r.'l\I. Davis, Jud''etterS rJ

c incht Black Satin Vestings. JAMES CONNER & SON. CHAS. W. WORDIN. County Court of Franklin county, for

Tarred Rope and Russia Russia Packing and American Yarn : Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery. New York, June 1st, IS 14.. jeS 3m Apalachicola, Oct. 10th, 1814.i$3 dismission from the estate of Thos.H. TholI1 .
: Goods Administrator.Ap9lachicola
Kentucky Together with a variety of other too numerous H. B. STONE,
i 4 Rigging and Pump Leather: Hand Spikes: to mention, all of which he will sell as SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS.- ( N. B.-Particular attention paid to repairing May 16, IS-H. "j iS
.
Anchors: Hooks and Thimbles: low as any other establishment in this city. lIe k Just received a large and general as- WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY by claims 3Pi'N
Can and Cotton Hooks: Shives: respectfully invites you to call and examine for sortment of the following articles:- C.V.. Wordin-all work warranted. o9 tf iTOTlCEA1l persons having -
Bush'd and common Blocks: Pump Boxes: yourselves and he is satisfied that he can offer AMORY ROGERS, late of Frr1'1deceased C001l1'-
kinds and
Brooms: Buckets: Pitch: Tar and Oakum: such inducements that will insure him a share of Ladies Saddles of various qualities; and Shoe Making. requested to present the same
Rosin Paints Oils, &c. Gents do do do do. Boot are prescribed bI2
: : within the time
Tin Iron and your patronage. Coach Harness brass and silver mounted THE subscriber having returned from authenticated, of their re-
We continue tbe manufactory FRANCIS KOPMAN, ; in bar
will be ,
Copper. Roofing done in Tin or Copper-black. Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings. Sulkey do do do do. : New York, with a large and well selected is-, or this notice all plead indebted to said estate
1k stock of leather of all kinds, and persons
smitbing as usual all on moderate terms for cash. Apalachicola. Nov. 1,1844.: Waggon and Dray Harness ; covery; immediate payment.
Ches- make .
now prepared at his old Stand on requested to
ALSO
Nov. 22 1811.B Admimstraiw
Apalachicola,
It .
3BLS Northern Mess Pork; the above B T CARO,
: Commerce attend to
Lines nut street, near to
10 Harness Britch-
Collars ,
Saddles ,
UTTER.-10 kegs fresh Goshen Butter. 10 do Prime do; Dray business in all its various branches. French Calf Apalachicola, Nov. 20th, 1944. jNOTICE.A11 .
For sale by WH1TMARSH, 10 hf bbls No. 1 and 10 do No.Mackerel ; en.f Belly Bands-- f Hame Straps, Circingles- Girts, Skin Boots and Shoes made to order in the most : having clallI1i agaI e-
Curb Snaffle
and
persons
Whips Dray ,
nov30 27 J \Vater street.NEGRO 15 kits No. 1 do., for sale byAVERY Martingales, Jackson County _
fashionable style. late of
Bridles, which he offers for sale at reduced pricesfor ,
KERSEYS.-100 pcs superior Negro & JONES, CASH ONLY PETER HOBERT, ocr lIe has also on hand a supply of French ceased, are required to present the jane du1i1ll'

I for sale by nov30 21 Water street. nov23 42 Water street-Up stairs. Gait r Boots, CalfSkin Shoesand Slippers whichhe thenticated, to the !subscribers, t\e\ d I1

JAS F FARRIOK, &. BALE ROPE:- offers:: for sale as low, if not lower, than any prescribed by law, or this notice Will. t to

nov30 9 Columbus Block. CORDAGE Manilla and Tarred Cordage;, BAGGING & BALE' ROPE:- other house in the city. bar of their recovery. All t imIfltetiement. 10. **' ,

: 4 -_ FLOUR, &c.-00 bbls Canal Flour; 100 do Kentucky Bale Rope; Gunny and Dundee Bagging ; nov22_THOMAS CLARK. said estate are requested to
CANAL and 50 boxs Buckwheat. 15 bolts Canvass; Bagging and Sail Twine. Manilla & Kentucky Rope and Twine; HENRY JACKSON, }AdlD'r50
For sale byDOlGE Just received in store, on Consignment, and L EMONS.-20 boxes fresh Lemons, now landing TEPHEN JACKSON, j023 21I1
For sale low by 0 for sale J DAY & CO.,
DODGJGARDXER, & GARDNER, for sale by JAST FARIUOR, I by Jackson County, Oct. 26, 1511.
5-3! Water street.
I ovlO 9 Columbus Block. nov.23
JI) Water sleet.I nov30 10] Water street. ;
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