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VOLUME II.]


APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1844.


[NUMBER 51.


C LOML E iRCIAL AJ) V E ISER,
PUBLISHED SATURDAYS
BY
a /= I9T0ASI 3b 3a WYAa e
Olice third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
Cominerce & Chestnut streets,

AT TiR.LEE DOLIA'S, PER ANNUM,
PAYA.3BL IN ADVANCE.

CARDS.

B. Ellison &- Co.,
DEkLERS ly vIICcLLANlOUS GOODS,
-AND COM vIiSSIO t vA<CGiANTS,
No 33 'Water street,
decl ly A;)iiachiol Fla
W.n.i. Parter & Co.
DEALERS IN G;OODiS AJ CO A.-ISSION
A VIE O t .;A.N4L'S.
No. 41 Water street ,
oct2 y ) IV palacl'icola, Fla.
ChIarles L. LeBiaron,
.WIOLE.ALE GRJCER
and
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 3J Waater street,


nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.
Win. T. Wood,
COMMISSION 1 M'~ERC HLiANT,
No. 33 Water street,
nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.
Cu.A A GREEN, CHASE. H. CONN.RY.
Green t Cotsitery,
COMMISSION qN MERC ANTS,
No. 23 Water street,
ol4 ly Aprlachicoh, Fla.
Wa. CHESTER. EPlHALY AilcRiEF.
Chester & IcM riff,
COMIMIS SIO N I i t C PLANTS,
No. 50 Water street.
nov16 Apalachiicola, Fla.
WV A. WVood,
CJ IMAV;tON, ,'OR.V 'R )ING MERCHANT,
A ;D t-h[P CHANJALeR,
No. 23 Water street,
se:30 Apalichicola, Fa.
Avery A Jones,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 24 Water street.
nov23 Apilachicola, Fla.
Fitch & IWordin,
DEALERS 1 W\VATCLHIES, .1)E VERY, &c.,
aiLo, SILVER and PLATED WARE,
FANCY GOODS, .v:c, I'c.
*-- Store corner of Water and Centre streets.
(t-c7 Apol'-achiicola, Fli
B. S. Afawiley,
WHOLESALE AVD. Ri-ETAIL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OIL:S, GLASS, &c., &c.
cor. of Chestnut and Commerce street,
dec7 Apalachicao t, Fla.
S. B. Hamilton,
DEALER IN Rtt)Y MADE CLOTHING,
o S) S, -i 0i -, -IA 1', &c., &,c.,
No 47 Water street,
dec7 / Aa.lichico>la, Fla.
J. C. Allen,
Wholesale arid detail Dealer in
DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINT'S, OILS,
GLASS, BAUSlHES, &c., &c.
also;
A general assortment of
BOOKS, BL N&KS, S PATIO 1\AtY, &c &c.
cor. of Centre & Commnerce streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
E. B. I Vhitmars!l,
(formerly iViatmarsh 8, lRicihardson,)
Dealer in
W. I. GOODS, GR;)CirtIES, CO ,FECTION-
ARtY. VEGETABLES, Vc., \cV.,
No. 294 Water street,
novel6 Apa-lchieola, Fla.
Michatel A. Myers,
AUCTIONEEIiR ANO CONMI.11SSION
vI ERIC l A \T
No. 3J Water street,
nov5 Apilachicola, Fla.
11. T. WVood,
AIV 1 (TIONE ER.
Corner of Water and Centre streets.
a Tae subscribr having taken th it very pro-
inenit stand, corner of Centre and Water streets,
is prepared to attend faithfully and promptly to any
business intrusted to his care. nov5
P. Hobart,
,IANUF C LCURi:it \NiJ DEALER IN
CABIN'I 1' FURNI IURE,
'4y No. 42 Water street-Up stairs,
novel6 Apalachmicola, Fla.
I Francis Koapsuan,
WiOLT',:SI,- A.ND !Tt AL, D.eALVER IN
SiJOE, DRY GO 3D a. CL[ ) dING, IHA TS, &c.
Ceieap for Cash,
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla.

Geo. S. HlaWkiniWs,
ATTORNEYk & COJN ;ELLOIR AT LAW,
:-- O fice-Up stairs,
No. 1 Colu ,iias Block, Vater street,
nov3 Apalachicoli, Fla.
A, ATTORNEY A l' LAW.
Office, .A'o 2 Cipt. Siamnon's Building,
cor, of Ceitre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Ap1alacnicoli, Fla.
II. I. Wood,
CITY EL GII ER,
t(. }Iice, cor Centre and Water streets.
nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.
J tales F. F::arrior,
PORE WAR)'.N AND NO 'ARY PUBLIC,
Apal.hicicola, Fla.
ry Office, AoV. 9 Colwnbus Block.
,y He voul r..eztfailly solicit the patronage
of his ie mads and acqu-intances.
II. St. Wool,
NOTA R Y PUB L IC,
I- Oifice, cor. Centre and Nater street,
oet26y Apalachicola, Fla.


CARDS.


JEREMIAH DAY. DA-IEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION M I CHANTS,
also, .lglnt. for the
GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST CO.,
and
"2ETNA INSUA 'ICE" and "PROTECTION
INSUitA ;CE" COviPL.JIE3S,
of Htrtford, Conn.,
No. 52 Water str-et,
nov5 Apalachicdla, Fla.


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B. F Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. BrooIS.
Ntiarse, Stone & C >.,
COMM S [ON M ERC HANT S,
also, .Agents for the
CONT{RIBUTIONSHIP FI'E INSURANCE
Company, of .NVew Yor.,
No. 46 Water street,
novel A aalachicoli, Fla.


Harper & Holanes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
.4lgents for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of ANew York,
No. 51 Water street,
nov5 A')alachicola, Fla.
Stephen T. Sillmein,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,


also,
Agent for the
CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE CO.,
of the City of .ANw York.
No. 33 Water street-Up stars.
nov5 A ulachicola, Fla.


MciKay & l;lrtshorne,
COMMIT ~S [ ON M RCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,


oct26


Analac',icola, Florida.


W. A. & P. C. ai:ninI
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 4 Columbu's u ildhigs,
oct2G Apalachicola, Fla.
D. B. Wood & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
nov5 Apalichicola, Fla
Wm. HI. Kimbrongh, H. B. Kimbrough.
Win. II. Ki3nbroilli & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
ft- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. oct26
Beilj:auin Salter,
COMM IS'ION MERCHANT,
No. 32 Water street-Up stairs,
nov30 Apalachicoia, Fla.
Charles R)oers. .John Munn.
Clias. Rsgers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,


nov30


A: alachicola, Fla.


Lockhart & Youani,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
M ER CH A N T S,
No. 53 Water street,
nov3) Apala- iicola, Fl-a.
Ls. Fred. E, DumAis,
FACTOR AND COM\IVISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 33 Water street, Apalachicola, Fa.
tU Will make liberal advances on consignments
of Cotton to his friends in Liverpool, Havre, Mar-
seilles, New York or Charlestoa. nov23
T. 1I. & C. 1I. Aqtstin,i
COMMISSION and FOR NARDING
MERC HAN TS,
Olice, No. 43 Water street-Up stairs.
Apalachicola, Fa.
j-y Liberal advances mlde on Cotton, consigned
to our friends in New Yor'. novl(i
Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL itECEIVI 'G, lF )'t ViRDING, &
COM VIISSION' ME RCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Bloc:c,
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.
Thios. L. Iitchal,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND
COMMISSION ERtC -lANT,
No. 37 Water street
nov9 Apalichicola, Fla.


Wylie & MIcKeliie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Apalachicola.
ALVA WYLIr.,
WM A. MCKENZIE, sepl lv
TIhoanas Preol n,I
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
ME R C H A N T.
Office, No. 32 Water street---' stairs.
ocl9 61u Apalac.aiola, Fla.
JOEL W. PERRY. Wm. C. DICKINSON.
Perry & Dickinson,
COMMISMrON MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street-U ) stairs,
nov5 Apalac licola, Fla.
John II. H-ull,
of the late firm oft
[N. A. Hardee S{ Co., Savannia, Ga.]
FACrOR AND COMMISS10N MERCHANT,
OJice, No. 48 Water street,
oct23 A)alachicola, Fla.
Daivi4 G. R iney,
COMMISSION v, FO REWARDING VIE CHANT
AND )DEALERi IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tin Apalachiaola, Fla.
Dodge & tGardncr,
GROCERS & COMMISSION .\IERCIHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
decS Apalachicola, Fla.


CARDS.

N. YORK, N. ORLEANi, COLUMBUs, &c.&c.


No. 136 Witer r S') Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.


T. E. Lialenberger & Co.,
CO T I' N FAC I'RS
and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 5 C inal street Row,
NEW ORLEANS.
Wm. H Brodie, 1
D. P. H gue, I
R. T. Birchett, 6
T. E Lindenberger, nov23 6m


J. 1,. Hodges, J. S. Davis.
D:ivis & liHo es,
COTTON FACTOR i& COMMISSION
M E R C H A N' S.
No. 40 Poydras street, .New Orleans.
C3- Refers to-Jas F Farrior, Apalachicola, FlIa.


Thiomans Bertramn,
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,
jan.r1 tInov Apalichicola, Fla.


Edw'd. C. Center & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISiION MERCHANTS,
.Mobile, Ala.
$0- Collections and Remittances promptly at-
tended to.
Refers to-Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne,
oct26 Gm Apalachicola,,,Fla.


SHEPARD T LIPPINCOTr, WM H. WYATTr.
Lippincoit & Wyatt,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly
J. WV. Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. novel Iv


Jas. L. Francis,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
No. 2261 Bowery, near Rivington st.
NEW YORK. novl ly


New York, New Orleans and Miscellaneous
ADVERTISEMENTS.

PRINT WAREHOUSE
IN NEW YORK
To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade
by the Piece or Package.
No. 44 Cedar street, near William.
LEE & BREWSTER give notice to
Dealers in DRY GOODS, that they have re-
moved their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED
CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Pearl, to
No. 44 Cedar street. By confining their attention
to PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabled
to exhibit an assortment far suppassing any ever
before offered in America; and to sell at prices as
low, and generally lower, than those whose at-
tent ion is divided among a large variety of articles.
The stock consists of several thous id patterns
and colors, embracing every variety of AMER-
ICAN AND FORE GN PRINTS in market;
many styles of which are got up exclusively for
their own sales, and cannot be obtained else-
where, except in second hands.
Dealers in Prints will find it to their interest
to call and examine this stock, before making
purchases elsewhere, for by so doinm they will
have the advantage of learning the lowest market
price, and comparing all the most desirable and
fashionable styles in market, side by side.
f(- Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every
variation of the market, are placed in the hands
of hnverq. oct7 tfn


" BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS
Thos. II. Doyle & Co.
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS,
Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.

ftc WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and
Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly on
hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows:
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2;
White and Red Lead, dry; Venetian Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;
Green and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orange do;
FINE COLORS:-Ultamarine and Cobalt;
Yellow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Rlue; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; English do;
Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umnbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
Crocus Martis; aMineral Green; *
Emerald nd Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Li seed Oil; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000;
Varrfish do. of all sizes;
Sash T'ools from No. 1 to 8; Badger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and rouid;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
S tble & Camel H iir Pencils, I1 and 1 in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and. flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Speakers, Mihorgny, Stained and Patent do;
White ,sh and Mop do;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic. for Pictures, &c.
W'N)OW GL 4SS-2,30.) boxes assorted sizes of
French. English and American.
Wl Mixed Paints of all colors, for team Boats,
Shipping and Plantation use; together with a
variety of articles in the Painting line, too nnm-
erous to mention. y ly


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gratifying proots of the hospitality ofthebeautiful
mansion doomed to be thus destroyed, whilst her
politeness, her tenderness, and her active benvo-
alence extended to the lowest in the ranks. The
destruction cf private I property was at all times
p'cul arly distressing to the two gallant com-
m nders, and these considerations gave a new
edge to the bittertiss oi the scene. But they
were ever ready to sacrifice their feelings to their
duty, and Le. forced himself to make a respect-
ful coming u ica ion to the lady respecting her
des ined loss. When the intended measnro
was iin-oirted to her, t ae complacent smile
w' ic settled on her features at once d s elled
the embarrassment ol the agitated officer, whilt
she declared that she joyfully give her house t(
the good of her country, and slould'delig! t to s ,e
it in flames. Shortly after, seeing accidentally
the bow a id arrows which had been prepared,
she Rent for Colonel Lee, and putting into his


hand a sAendid bow and its apparatus, which had


and watching has she sustained in your illnewaPI
A new island for the Guano trade, called the
M-rcury, was lately discovered in lat. 25 42
s auth, I* ng, 14 58 east. It.is a mile in circum.
tfrence, Ond three quarters of a, mile from the
Q, uthi-wvest point of Spencer's Bay, and one mile
a d a half from the north-west point of that
bay. Both pa sage are easy to take, and per4
I' ctly clear.. Tie best anchorage is on the east
side of tne island, one and a half cable's length
frorn its shore, in five fathoms, on a bottom of
sand and clay. Near the full and change of the
moon a heavy swell often sets into the south part
of the bay, and renders it there unsafe for anchor-
age. There can be little doubt that, like Ich -
bee, Mercury island is stocked with gu.no.
4,- Lawyers rarely go to law, and Doctors-
seldom or ever take miediine.


CICOI


DESCRIPTIVE BALLAD.
"'The Lone Old Ma,," sing by Miss Elizabet
Slomnn, at her Consort in Boston Composed
expressly for her by J G Meader Words by the
Ibun. Mrs. Norton.
I do remember, when a child, before life's griefs
began,
That near my village home there dwelt a poorand
lone old man :
Alone he seemed bst pleased todwell, alone con.
tent to rove,
fie sued from none their pity, and he sought from
none their love.
There was something in his manner, and his wild
and earnest gaze,
That made Mw think the lone old mm had once
seen better days;
But none could learn from him the cause why he
would wander so,
And they called his 'silence madness, though I
thought it might be woe.
There cam- a day, a winter's day, he stood before
the gate
Of one who had the goods of earth, and lived in
princely state;
The fire was bright th at hall within, and wistfully
he gazed,
As if he thought upon His home, where no such
blessing blazed;
But th-y--the crowd of heartless boys who saw
him helpless i-and-
Came on with shouts and waving hats, a tyrant
little hand,
Till, bent with torture, age and woe, the broken
spirit bow'd,
And he sank upon the rich man's steps, and feebly
wept aloud!
One Sabbath day; those feeble limbs were missing
from tha- green,
That withered form no longer in the low church
porch was seen ;
Blt the village bell was tolling the slow sad knell
of death.
For the weary and word hearted, who had yielded
up his breath. '
I gaz'd with trembling round me through the con
secrated ground,
And my eyes were riveted upon a fresh and name-
less mound;
Peac-fuilly th- line old man beneath its covering
slept,
And I glanced upon the sunny sky, and hid my
face and wept.

From Gnodey's Lady's Book.
HEROIC WOMAN OF AMERICA.
THE LADY AND THE ARROWS.

Among the American ladies who have distin-
guished themselves in the course of our revlu-
tionary war, by the sacrifice olf self-interest to the
public welfare, none is more celebrated than Mrs
Jacob Motte, of Carolina. The action by wiich
she sacrificed her own property to the demands
of patriotism, was s graceful, So generous and
free, that it has occasioned her praises to be cele-'
brated in ali the histories of the time. The in-
cident took place in the year 1781, when General
Green and the active partisan officers, Lee, Ma-
rion, and Sumpter, weredisputing with Cornwal-
lis and Rawdon for the possession of the Carolinas.
The first battle at Canaden had already been
fought, when the celebrated siege of Fort Motte
took place.
The new mansion house of Mrs. Motte, situated
on a high and commanding hill, some distance
above the junction of the Wateree and Congaree,
had been made the principal depot of the convoys
from Charleston to Camden, Fort Gramby and
Ni iety-Six. It was surrounded by a deep trench,
which was defended by a strong and lofty parapet
erected along its inner margin. Captain McPher-
son commanded the garrison, which usually con-
sisted of about one hundred and fifty men, but
which was now increased by the accidental ar-
rival of a detachment of drago,,ons. This body,
on its way to Camden with despatches for Lora
Rawdon, had entered the fort a few hours before
the appearance of the American Ii rces, led by
Marion and Lee, to beseize it. On another hill,
opposite to the north side of the new mansion,
stoodd an old farm house, in which Mrs. Motte
had formerly resided, and to which she had bve-i
dismissed by Capt. McPherson. Upon this height
Lee was stationed with his corps, whilst Marion
occuipied a position on the eastern declivity of the
ridge on which the fort stood. A six-pounder,
dispatched by Greene to ti e aid of Marion, was
mounted on a battery by that officer lor the pur-
pose of raking the north side of the enemy's
prapet, which Lee was preparing to attack. By
the 1Uth of May the works were in state of such
iorwardness that it was determined to summon
the commam;dant. On the same day Rawdon had
avacuated Camden, and proceeded to Nelson's ter-
ry, for the purpose of crossing the Saitee and re-
lieving Fort Mutte. Greene, on the other hand,
advanced to the Congaree to cover the besiegers.
Under these circumstance, McPherson, though
ldesttute of artillery relied to the sumrmons that
he should continue to resist to the last moment in
his power. In the evening a courier arrived from
Greene, informing Marion of Rawdon's move-
ments, and urging upon him redoubled activity.
On the lth, the t,ritish general reached the coun.-
try opposite Fort Motte, and at night encamped
on the highest ground in his route, that his fires
rnmiht convey to the besieged the certainty of his
approach. The large mansion in the centre
of the trench left but a small part of the gr und
within the works uncovered, burning the house,
thereolbre, must force them to surrender. The
ptre ard:ion ai i-ot. a d arrows with missi, e com-
bustible matter wa immediately comm.-nced.
Lieutenant Colonel Lee and every officer of his
corps daily experienced the most cheering and


hand a splendid bow and its apparatus, which had
been presented to her husband by a friend from
India, beggirg his substitution of them as proba-
bly better adapted to the purpose than those lre-
vidcd. Lee was delighted with this opportune
present, and quickly prepared to end the scene.
The lines were all manned, the force at the bat-
tery doubled, and Dr. Irwin was sent with a last
summons to surre-der. McPherson listened pa.
tiently to his explanations, but remained inflexi
bley fixed in his determination of holding out to
the last. It was now midday of the 12th, and the
scorching sun had prepared the shingles for the
conflagration. When Irwin returned, three ar-
rows were successively fired at different parts of
thie roof. The first and third kindled i to a blaze.
McPherst.n ordered a party to repair to the left
of the "house and stop the conflagration by knock-
i g off the shingl,.s. But Capt. Finley's six-
pounder completely raked the loft; the soldiers
were driven down, and the brave Briton hung out
he white flig and surrendered unconditionally.
The conqurerors and the conquered soon after apt
pear,-d at Mrs. Motte's where, by invitation, they
partook together of a sumptuous dinner, in lull
view of the smoking ruins-the unaffected polite-
ness of the patriotic lady soothing the angry feel
ings which the contest had engendered, and ob-
literating from the memory of the gallant whigs
the recollection of the injuries she had unavoida;
bly sustained at their hands. When Rawdon fi-
nally effected the passage of the river, he found
a ruined post and parolled officers, the captors
having divided their forces and moved off-Lee
anirist Fort Gramby, and Marion to George-
town.
We have seen in the possession of George Bans
croft, esq., of Boston, asilendid miniature ofMrs.
Motte. It is a noble countenace, indicating
strong intellect, and that lofty frankness and course
tesy which were so remarkably displayed by hef
during that glorious and heroic age of our country
when American ladies were at once the promp-
ters and exemplars of brilliant deeds of chivalry.
The Mourner.-" It is vety lonely mamma,'
murmured a fair and lonely girl, as she rested
u -on a sofa one'evening; it is very lonely now
and the night seems very long. Shall I never see
papa any more?"
Yes my love, you will see him in a brighter
world than this.'",
But this is a fair world," said the little girl;
"I love to run and play, in the warm sunshine;
and pick the water crosses from the brook; and
when the weather is a little warmer, I shall go
and gather the blue eyed violet, that Pa said was
like me."
Too like, I fear," said the mother, as the
tear-drop trembled on the drooping lid: "but,
my dear child, there is a fairer world than this;
where he flowers never fade; where clouds ne-
ver hide the light of that glorious sky; for the
glory of Him whose name is love, beames bright-
ly and forever in those golden courts; the trees
that grow on the bank of the river which waters
that blessed place, never fade as they do in this
world, and when friends tneet there they will be
parted no mote, but will sing hymns of praise to
God and the Lamb forever."
And shall I go to that happy place when I
die," said the child, "and will you go With me ?"
Yes," said the mother, we shall go in G;d'a
own time; when he calls us from this life, we
shafl dwell forever in his presence."
It was a little while, and the mother bent over
the grave of this little frail flower of intellect,
withered by the untimely frosts of death; but she
was alone, when in the twilight shades she sat
upon the grassy mound, where the deep and yearn-
ing hopes of that fond heart were gathered in
obvious silence. Oh no! The soft and silvered
tones of buried love whispered in the breeze and
lifted the drooping flowers overcharged with the
dewy tears of night. The diamond stars, that
one by one came forth upon their shining watch,
seemed beaming With the light of that deathless
flame, which burned undimned, upon the inmost
shrine of her heart, and she enjoyed in the holy
hours of solitude, that communion of pure spirits,
which our exalted faith alone can bestow.

FIilial Love.-Lamprocies, the eldest son of Soi
crates, fell into a violent passion with his mother.
Socrates was a witness to this shameful behavi-
a.ur, and attempted the correction of it in the fol*
lowing gentle and rational mtanner:-" Come
hither, son," said he. Have you never heard of
men who are called ungrateful?" demanded So-
crates. It is to receive a kindness," said Lam.
procles, without making a proper return when
there is a favorable opportunity." "Ingratittude is
a species of injustice; therefore," said Socrates,
"I should :hink so, answered Lamprotles. "If,
then," pursued Socrates, "ingratitude be injus.
tice, does it not follow that the degree of it must
be proportioned to the magnitude of the favors
which have been received ?" Lamprocles admit.
ted the inference, arid Socrates thus pursued the
interrogations: Can there subsist higher obli-
gationslthan those Which children owe to their
parents from whom life is derived, supported,
and by whcse good offices it is rendered honora-
ble useful and happy?" "I acknowledge the
truth of what you say," replied the son; "but who
could suiter, without resentmer;nt, the ill-humors
of such a mother as I have?" What strange
thing has she done to you?" asked Socrates.
She h?.s a tongue," replkd Lamprocles, that
no mortal can bear, How much more," said
Socrates, "has she endured from your wrangling
fretiulness and impatient cries in the period of
infancy? What anxiety from the levities, ca.
priciousness, and follies, of your childhood and
3oath? What affliction has she felt, what toil











COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, DEC. 14, 1844.


THE COTTON CROP.
We clip the following from the Mobile Ad-
vertiser, as containing matter of interest to most
3f our readers. The superabundant production
of Cotton, and low prices consequent thereon, is
a subject which has engaged the attention of some
of the best political economists in the South.
When we say the best political economists,
we mean the best theoretical writers on That sub-
ject, for we must confess that We would like to
see a little more practical mercantile knowledge
exhibited with'their theories. Of all the schemes
proposed to enhance the value of cotton and
check its over-production, the most absurd, in
our judgment, was the far-famed Macon Conven-
tiorl. The day has long passed when the laws of
trade can be set aside by reports, resolutions and
speeches, and the public mind is fast settling itself
right on that subject. To us it appears that the
cure for the evil complained of, is to be found in
the thing itself, for if prices go below the cost of
production, it must ultimately check production.
We may be told, that this will not be so, for the
reason that Planters cannot cultivate with ne-
groes anything else. We do not admit this, and
we have some acquaintance with the subject.-
We know that a large tract of country, now devo-
ted to the cultivation of Cotton, is neither by soil
or climate adapted to its profitable culture. That
portion of the Cotton States, lying North of West
Point in Georgia "is too cold in Spring, with frost
too early in Fall, for Cotton ever to be a sure
crop. Grains, Hemp and Stock would be a more
profitable investment for their capital and labor
than Cotton-again all that section of country
lying South of Fort Gaines in Georgia, and run-
ning through thb whole cotton growing country,
is nMuch better adapted to the cultivation of To-
bacco, Sugar and Rice than Cotton. The long
period of dry weather of the spring, and the
ravages of the wprms and insects peculiar to the
climate,' makes this article of culture quite as un-
certain as it is in the country North of West
Point." Our friends of Gadsden County, have
many of them been sensible of this fact for the
last two or three years-and have devoted their
capital and labor to the cultivation of Tobacco,
which has proven to be very profitable. The To-
bacco which they cultivate is the thin leaved To-
bacco used by cigar manufacturers for wrappers,
and it is said to be preferred to the best Havana
wrapping Tobacco. We are told, that it is sold
on the plantation at from twenty-five to thirty
cents per pound-and in some few cases as high a
price as fifty cents per pound has been obtained.
We wish we could induce our friends throughout
this portion of country, to engage in some other
article of production than Cotton for we are sat-
isfied, that there is no hope for'better prices than
we now have, except in diminished production.
SFacts and observations for the consideration of
the Cotton Planters of the United States.-By
a statement of the cotton trade in Europe for the
first nine months of this year, it appears that the
stock of American cotton on the. 1st October in
all the ports, was 882,000 bales against 858,000
on the 1st October, 1843.
That period corresponds as nearly as possible
with the termination of our season, and hence it
follows that there was an increase of stock, with
a crop of only 2,030,000 bales. The quantity ta-
ken for consumption in all Europe for nine months,
was 1,217,000 bales, which is at the rate of
1,623,000 for the whole year. It is probable that
a variety of causes, which may not exist next
year, have tended tcr produce a diminution in the
quantity taken for consumption this year-and
hence it may not be unreasonable to look for a
large increase in 1845. I will assume that it may
be 1,800,000, though I am aware that many will
consider this too high an estimate, and its accu-
racy can only be tested by time. To meet the
demand, however, whatever it may be, there is
in the first place the stock on the 1st October,
when no part of the new crop had reached Eu-
rope, ................. ............ 882,000
The stock in the U. S. on 1st
September was,.............. 160,000
and the quantity to come to mar-
ket for the year ending 1st Sep-
tember, 1845, variously estima-
ted at 2,200,009 a 2,500,000
bales, I will assume to be... .2,300,000

making a total of......-..... 2,460,000
.Dedtuctinig from this for home
'consumption and stock 1st Sept
next........................500,000

There will remain for export......... 1,960,080

-which added to the stock above, makes. 2,842,000
and after supplying the (supposed) de-
mand of... .,..................... 1J,800,000

there would remain on 1st Oct., 1845, a
-stock of............................1,042,000
being an increase on the stock of 1st Oc-
tober last of....... .......... ....... 160,000


That such a state of things would be attended
with a farther depreciation in the value of cot-
!ton, there seems to be no reasonable doubt, and
it would be difficult to fix the point of deprecia-
ition that will soon be reached, if the present sys-
4,tem of increased culture be continued. It must
.be borne in mind, that while prices of cotton are
now so low both in Europe and the United States,
the cotton trade (or manufacture) is in a high
istateofprosperity, under the combined influence
.of a' great demand for consumption both at home
"and abroad. Is it not evident; from the facts al-
readyr stated that the low price of the article re-
-suits from over production and from that cause
alone? The supply is evidently far in advance
,of'the demand, great as that is, and by all the
laws of trade, continued depreciation must be the
consequence until a different relation of the one
to the other be brought about. At the present
prices of'cotton, the proceeds of a crop of 2,300,-
000 bales will fall short of those of the last crop
of 2,030,000, at the average price at which it was
sold in the United States, by at least fifteen mil-
lion of dollars, and this fact I think very conclu-
sively shows how absurd is the attempt to make
up for difference in price by increase in'quantity.
This will only aggravate the evil, for if it were
Ww assumed as certain or very .probable that


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their intenyon to be husband and wife in a for-
mal manner; in the presence of witnesses, even
through no marriage license has been obtained,
nor the usual ceremony administered by a author-
ized person.
"- George Dunn, the young man convictedre-
cently at Pittsburg, of the murder of Mr. John
Anderson, -of that city, has been sentenced to be
hanged.
The stock subscription books of the New
York and Erie Railroad Compnany, under the new
arrangement, were opened in New York on Tues-
day, and upwards of $400,000 subscribed the first
day. Two millions are required from that city.
fOj A silve mine has recently been opened in
Blount county, East Tennessee, which promises
to be of great value. The companywho own the
mine are making extensive preparations for work-
ing it, and will commence smelting and refining
as soon as the services of a skillful Assayer can be
procured. The ore, it is said, is very rich being
considered worth two hundred and fifty dollars pet
ton.
01- There are 466 Lodges of Odd Fellows, in
the United States, arid 44,627 contributing mem-
bers. The revenue from the Lodges for the year
ending July, was$292,250. Expenditure for the
relief of sick members, assistance of widowed fa-
milies, and .thlefducation of orphans, P79,9327,!.


The quadrangular space, which is surrounded by
the wall, and which contains the hill of Jonas,
has hitherto been supposed to include the whole
extent of the city of Nineveh. But M. Botta
considers it more probable that this space was
only the great court of the palace, while the city
extends as far as thehillof Khorpabad, a distance
of five caravan stages. This conjecture accords
with the possibility of the prophet Jonas having
wandered for three days about the city, which
would be incomprehensible if the limited space
of the quadrangle on the Tigris be supposed to
have been the whole extent of the city.

The following describes the manner of casting
the Presidential votes by the Electors, and the
mode specified of declaring the result.
"The electors for the several States are to meet
on the first Wednesday in December, at places
designated in their respective States by the Legis-
lature, and proceed to ballot on separate tickets for
President arid Vice President. One at least of the
persons voted for must be a resident of a State
other than that which the electors resides. The
electors are required to make and sign three cer-
tificates-each State stating the number of votes
for President and Vice President. Each certifi-
cate is to be sealed and endorsed that it contains
the vote of such a State for President and Vice
President, and annexed to it a certified list of the
electors of the State. All are to be addressed to
the President of the Senate.
One of these certificates is to be carried to its
destination by a person appointed by the elect ors,
'a majority of them, in writing, for which he is to
be allowed 25 cents a mile for his expenses going
and returmning, and is bound to deliver his charge at


2,500,000 9r 2,600,000 bales would be brought to
market in the year ending 1st September next,
reluctant as purchasers may be to operate at pre-
sent prices, they would probably be more so, to
operate at prices considerably lower.
If present prices afford a satisfactory remunera-
tion to the planter and he is content to increase
his crop with the prospect of selling hereafter at
still lower prices, he will of course do so-it not,
it is with him to apply the remedy. X.

United States Senators.-On the 1st inst.,
Gov. Bouck appointed the Hon Henry A. Foster,
U. S. Senators, to supply the vacancy occasioned
by the resignation of the Hon. Silas Wright; and
the Hon. Daniel L. Dickerson to supply the va-
cancy occasioned by the resignation of the Hon.
N. P. Tallmadge. These Vacancies having occur-
red during the recess of the Legislature, the Exe-
cutive appoints, under the constitution of the Uni-
ted States, until the action of the Legislature.

The following Resalutions in reference to the
Special agency sent from the State of Massachu-
setts, was submitted in the South Carolina, Sen-
ate by Mr. DeTreville, on the 2d inst.
Whereas, information has been received, that
the State ofMassachnsetts, has recently appointed
and sent to the City of Charleston a Special Agent,
with instructions and authority to institute pro-
ceedings at het expense in the Corts of th. Uni-
ted States, for the purpose of testing the constitu-
tionmlity of a certain Act of this State, passed on
the day of December, Anno Domini, 1835, enti-
tled "An Act more effectually to prevent Free
Negroes and other persons of color from entering
into this State, and for other purposes."
And, whereas, we have always regarded the
aforesaid law as a necessary measure for the se-
curity of our property, and the peace. and good or-
der of society; and recent indications have not
only proved that we were not mistaken, but that
nothing short of the most rigid enforcement of
the said law to its very letter, can save us from
the insidious policy and practices of the abolitionists.
Therefore, Resolved, That while we admit the
right of the State of Massachusetts to elevate the
descendants of the African race to the rank or
status of free white persons, and to confer on them
all the rights and immunities which the most fa-
vored of her citizens enjoy within her own limits,
we deny that she'has any right to require us to
extend to such of them as mayenter our limits, the
immunities and privileges which are secured by
the Constitution of the Uuited States, to her free
white citizens alone.
Resolved, That the State of South Carolina
ought not to submit to any dictation, either from
a sister State or from the Supreme Court of the
United States on a subject of such vital importance
to herself as the government of her colored popu-
lation ; and should the aforesaid Act he declared
unconstitutional and invalid by the Federal Courts,
the principle of self-preservation will nevertheless
compel hercitizens, at expense of life and proper-
ty, to uphold and maintain the due and rigid en-
forcement of the said law, according to its very
letter and spirit.
Resolved, That the conduct of the State of
Massachhsetts, in attempting to procure by Feder-
al Judicial Legislation, the repeal of a law, which
was intended to he and is a barrier between the
slave and the emissaries of the Abolitionists, is an
nnwarrantoble and gross insult to the people of this
State.
ITEMS.
(- The revenue from Customs received at
New York, from the 1st of January to the 1st of
November, 1844, is $20,581,715.
()0- The Legislatur of North Carolina met at
Raleigh, on the 21st ult. B. S. Gaither, Whig,
has been elected President of the Senate, and the
Hon. Edward Stanley, Speaker of the House.
W- The New Hampshire House of Represen-
tatives has passed a resolution, nem. con. re-
quest their Representative in Congress, and in-
structing their Senators, "to use their exertions'to
reduce the present exorbitant rates of postage."
.- The Governor of Arkansas in his message
recommends the appointment of an officer to in-
vestigate the sale of the bonds of the State, and
suggests he-propriety of repudiating those which
have been'disposed of in violation of the constitu-
tion and ws of the State.
f'- The Supreme Court of Massachusetts has
decided that the declarations required to be made
by an alien as to his desire for Naturalization must
be made in open Court instead of the Clerk's of-
fice as is now done.
(C- The correspondent of the St. Louis Repub-
lican says that Senators Benton and Atchinson
will certainly be re-elected to the United States
Senate.
{j^ John Tyler, Jr., eldest son of the Presi-
dent, is a candidate for Congress in Wise's dis-
trict, Virginia. He is a highly accomplished and
intelligent young man, with considerable practi-
cal experience, and has filled an important office
during the present Administration with much
ability.
[tt5- The Supreme Court of the State of Alaba-
ma lately decided that marriage being a civil con-
tract, is valid where the persons united declare


COLLECTOR'S OFFICE,
Port of Perth Amboy.
To the Editor of the Merchants' Magazine:-
Loss of Vessels on the Bahama Banks.-The
recent losses of vessels and lives on and near
the Bahama Banks, have awakened much sympa-
thy in every breast, and produced as much won-
der at the apathy of the commercial world in re-
gard to these events. It is well known that near-
ly all vessels bound for ports in the West Indies
and the Gulf of Mexico, avoid as much as possi-
ble the Gulf Stream between the latitudes of 25
deg. and 35 deg. North, and that those bound
Westward of 80 deg. West longitude, make the
"Hole in the Wall" on Abaco, and then have,
in thick and stormy weather, a ticklish and anx-
ious navigation, until they get off the Bahama
Bank and ascertain their relative situation.
When steering Westward through the Gulf
Strearn, coursing between Cuba and the Florida
Keys, the dangers commence after leaving the
Light at the "Hole in the Wall;" the currents
between the south end of Abaco and the Berry
Islands are strong and diverse. On the Berry
Islands which have often proved the fatal end of
many a voyage, there is no light; from them,
when seen, the navigator takes his departure for
his course over the Bahamas; if wind and wea-
ther favors, all is well for the "lead," that faith-
ful friend to the sailor, can easily give the course;
but the danger, and a great one it is, in missing
the course and touching on the Orange Keys.
My recommendation to merchants would be, in-
duce the government to unite with England and
other governments most concerned in the naviga-
tion of those seas, to place a good light on the
Northern Berry Island, put a light ship, well fur-
nished with fog bell, and other usual appurte-
nances, midway the channel, from the Berry
Islands to the Orange Keys in three fathoms of
water, in latitude 25 deg. 20 min., and then a
beacon with light on the Orange Keys. With
such a range of light and precautions, the naviga-
tor would cheerfully run his vessel, and mer-
chants and insurers have hope of safety.
I have wondered, when anxiously going over
the track above alluded to, how it could be that
the merchants of our country could beso easily in-
duced to trust their vessels and the lives of their
friends, over a navigation so beset with danger.
and yet make no effort to point out to the notice
of the government the necessity of some appropri-
ation to meet the case. Vessels and property, it
is true, may be insured and the loss made up, but
no insurance can recover back life, experience and
energy, and to this positive loss, insurers should
direct their thoughts-a government loses much
indeed, when by shipwreck, the veteran seamen
-the enterprising youth-the man of business
andihe fond family are hurried together to eter-
nity. Thejlate gales in the West Indies have
done vast damage, but the damage sustained by
loss of life in navigating a critical, yet neglected
course, is a reproach on owners, insurers, and
government. Awaken the attention of our mer-
cantile community to this subject, anl ere Con-
gress shall convene, something may be done to
forward public energy on this important matter;
our growing Southern trade demands prompt ac-
tion.
Yours, in the cause of humanity,
AN OLD SALT.
The past has been a busy week with the Shan-
ty owners, An edict of Council had gone forth
against the unsightly mementoes of the late con-
flagration, and their destruction commenced in
earnest about the middle of last week. Most o"
them were levelled before Saturday night. A few
maintained their position umtil Monday or Tues-
day, when the last was seen vwalkiniz ol at a sort
of grumbling pace, towards the Capital Square.
It was made to turn a short coiner, however, and
driven into a more obscure situation.
Tallahassee now that these shanty establish-
ments have been removed from the public squares
and streets, will anpear like herself again. The
principal business street, which was so comple-
tely swept by the fire, has been nearly built up
with handsome brick stores, two stories high and
generally uniform in their appearance.
I[ Star of 7Florida.

{f The Planters' Bank of Savannah, has de-
clared a dividend of four per cent from its profits
for the past six months.

DiMnterment of Al'neveh.-Lotters received
in Paris from Constantinople, dated July; contain
some interesting information relative to M. Bot-
ta's recent discoveries at Khorsabad, near Nine-
veh. Eugene Flandin, an artist, has been sent
out by the French Government for the purpose
of making drawings of the excavations which are
actively going on. Botta has discovered two
doors uniformly adorned with bas-reliefs ; on one
side is represented a colossal bull, with a human
head, and on the other a human figure with an
eagle's head and wing.s. These doors are fifteen
feet in height, and they open into a hall 120.feet
long. The only wall which is yet cleared from
rubbish (that on the south,side) is covered with a
series of bas-reliefs, representing battles, explain--
edby inscriptions. The hill on which this build-
ing stands is surrounded by a stone wall, with
bastions. Botta is actively exploring these ruins;
he has fifty laborers at work, and it is hoped that
in the space of ten months he will lay open the
whole. He has ascertained that there is, on the
direct road from Nineveh to Khorsabad, a chain
of hills covered with brick and marble, bearing
inscriptions. Hle infers that these hills were for-
merly the bases of palaces, and that Khorsabad
was a fortress situated at one end of the city.-


EXPORTS.
%BOSTON--Per barque Russia-1030 bales cot-
to n I
' NEW YORK-Per brig Manhattan-566 balks
cotton.
Per brig Metamora-630 bales cotton.
Per brig Wm L Jones-455 bales cotton.
,Per brig Emipire-580 bales cotton.
PROVIDENCE-Per brig Paragon-559 bales
cotton. ?
_N W\V ORLEANS-Per schr. Ashland-18 bales


the seat of government on the first Wednesday in
January next ensuing. The second of these cerlifi-
cates is despatched forthwith by mail, and the third
deposited with the district judge of the district
where the electors assemble. In case of the fai-
lure to receive other certificates by the first Wed-
nesday in January. it is the duty of the United
States Secretary of State to send special, mes-
senger for the on" left inmthe custody'of the Judge,
as above mentioned.
On the first Wednesday of February Congress
proceeds to ascertain the r(-suilt of the election.-
Tellers are previously appointed, one by the Sen-
ate, two by the House. At the hour specified for
the purpose, the Senate repair to the Hall of the
House, their clerk bearing the certificates received
from the several electoral colleges of the States.
The President of the Senate takes the chair, and
after announcing the purpose of the joint meeting,
proceeds to break the seal of the envelopes, com-
mencing with Maine and proceeding in geographical
order, handing over each to the teller without read-
ing.
The superscription and contents of such are read
by one of the telleri. The tellers then count the
votes, and make duplicate lists thereof, which are
handed to the presiding officer, who announces the
result, and declares the persons, if any, who have
received the majority of all votes given bv the elec-
tors, to be chosen President and Vice President of
the States. The Senate then withdraw, their
chief clerk, bearing with him the votes of the
electors., and one of the lists made by the tellers,
to deposit in the archives of the body. The Pre-
sidenit elect is then waited upon by a joint commit-
tee of the two houses, and the Vice President elect
by the President of the Senate, and notified of
their election.
In case that no persons receives a majority of
the electoral votes for President, the House of Re-
presentatives immediately proceed to the choice
by ballot, from the persons (not exceeding three)
who have received the highest number of votes.
The vote in such cases is made by States, each
State being allowed one vote only, a majority of
the Representatives of said State present deciding
for whom that vote shall be cast. A quorum for
the choice of President consists of a member or
members from two-thirds of the States. und a ma-
loritv of all the States is necessary for a choice.
If a Presjdern is not cliosen bv the 4th of March,
the duties devolve upon the Vice President of the
Senate, or Speaker of the House of Representa-
tives, as is provided in the case of vacancy by
death, resignation, &c.
In the case of a failure to elect a Vice President,
the choice is made by the Senate from the two
highest on the list o(f candidates. Two-thirds of
the whole number of Senators is a quorum for the
purpose, and a majority of the whole number is
necessary for a choice.
The President elect is inaugurated on the 4th of
March, the oath of office heing administered to
him by the Chief Justice of the United States.-
To the Vice President the oath is administered by
a President pro tempore of the States, chosen for
the occasion.


The sales of the week amount to 2072 bales, uas
follows:-19 at 4; 12 at 4 1-16; 15 at 4 3-32; 58 at
4,; 10 at 43-16; 261 at 4.; 185 at 41; 10 47.16;
259 at 4; 145 at 4 9-16; 292 at 4"; 253 at 4 11-16;
408 at 4j; 58 at 41; 21 at 5; 25 at 5*; 41 at 5L cta
per lb.


COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand 1st Sept............3
Received this week,.......... 6,120
previously, ........13,479
Total..... bales --19,602
Exported this week ...........3,838
previously......... ... 604


Last
year.
211

21150


Total, .... bales -- 4,442 8954
Stock on hand not cleared...... 15,160 17196
FREIGHTS.
To Liverpool,. .................. ....5-1d pr. 1M.
" New York,................... ...... l- "
" Boston........................... 1-2c "
All unengaged vessels are asking an advance for
coastwise freights, and we quote foreign at jd,
with not much doing either way.


EXPORTS OFl" COTTON FROM APT.AiT7VWIOTA
Commencing. 1st September, 1844-and sanme
time in 184,
SPa-t Previ- TA Last
wHIruER ExPoitTh. week. stusly. TOrAL season

New York........... 2231 44, ...... 8283.
New Orleans......... -18 164 .......... 137
Boston............... 1030 ..................
Providence....... 559...... 559 ............ 534
...... ..... 442 -96


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Jas Y Smith-Capt A B Lawton ;
Messrs AW W Cheever, J P Cock, C T Single-
ton, .1 Titus, Wm Brockett, R F Lyon.
Per steamer Agnes-Miss Brooks.
Per steamer Oconee-Mrs Hutchinson and fam-
ily; Capt.Uharles Wheaton; Messrs T B How-
ard, D P Towpes.
Per steamer Siren-A J Corle'- andi lady, A,
II Bush, C C Yonge, D IW Iam. Mr Duesprnberr,.
Per steamer Siren-Gen'l Mercer, M'aj Davis,
' Messrs Welborn and King,
Per steamer Apadlachicola-Col W Foney,.R C
Span, J Newcumer.
Per steamer Lowell-Dr Lockhart and& family;
Rev'd W R Barnham and lady; Mrs, Dale,. Miss
Cook, Col Flournoy, Col. C C Mills; Messrs L L.
Cato, Miller, Andrews.
Persteamer Gen Sumrnpter-J M Wright,. Etq,,.
Messrs L M Burr. Hansford add Harvey.
Per stermner Champion-,.:rs Spencer and son,
Mr Johnson and Nickols.
IMPORTS.
NEW YORK-Per bark Eliza-295 pkgs mdze,
to H R1 Taylor; 119 J D a& Go; 195 bars iron,.
Xouirse, Stone & Co: 937 pkgs indze, McKay &-
Hartshorne: 65 Lockhart V Young; 40 toni mar-
ble, ( Dunmrin; 6 pkgs mdze, P Hlobart; 15 Hlarper
Holmnes; 40 H1 Ely; 25 Roberts, Allen & Co;:
4 W G Porter & Co; 20 .T C A-llen; 163 Meals &k
Crawford; 63 B Ellison &s Co; I1 I) B Wood; 70'
Butts V Sanford; 11 B Hmrd; 5 S B Hamilton;'
.W S Dematel; 254 Wylie 5, McKenzie; 21 Ray-
mond NT Hai'fdin.
BATFH--Pe; bark AlabNtma--10 bbls potatoes,.
15 tons hay, 8000 ft lumber, to order.
BOS'TN-L'er Schr President Harrison-809'
pkgs mdze to Sourse, Stone & Co; 8 A M l)aw-
son A= Co.
NEW ORLEAXS-Per schr Ashland-6'hhdx
sugar; 50 bbls flour. W.G Porter & Co;'6 hhd..
molasses, 15 bbls pork, 2 casks bacon, 12 bbls bread'
Dodge & Gardner; 50. pcs bagging; 50 coils rope,.
J C Macho; 3 .hhds- sugar; 10 bbls molasses, 10'
bbls llonr, 13 pkvs idze,Nourse, Stone& Co; 12:
do M M Butt; 12 pcs bagging, Wylie &5 McKen-
zie; 50 do S T Skiflmtin;:25 pkgs mdze E B Whit-
marsh; 25 pcs baggiig, 25 coiis rope, 6 casks ba-
con, T H & C H Auu-tin;- 20 bbis molasses, 16 hbla
flour. 2 casks bacon, 6:hhds sugar Green .& Con-
nery; 6 casks bacon, 5 hhds sugar, 404) bhbis flour,
24 pcs bagging Harper.-& Holmes; 1 pkg mdze N
Seymour; 94 bbls tlour,. 20 bbls whiskey, 100 sk&s
corn C L Lel3aron; 5& whiskey, 2 casks bacon, G'
S Tomlinson, 200 pcs bagging, order.

REGEUPTS OF PRODUCE'.
Per steamer Florence-57 bales cotton to J C
Mclay; 200 to C Rogers & Co; 100 to D B Wood,
,V Co.
Per steamer Jas Y Smith-171 bales cotton to.
Lockhart & Young; 112 to J Day 5c Co; 112. to;
WXVylie & McKenzie; 106 to S TSkillman.'
Per steamer Agnes-180 bales cotton to Charles.
'R ogers & Go; 83 to J Day & Co; 10 to Harper &
Holmes; 5 hhds sugar to Raymond & Hardin.
Per steamer Oconee-200 bales cotton to D B-
Wood & Co; 84 to H1ill, Dawson & Co; 59 to*
Nourse, Stone & Co; 25 to Locktart & Young..
Per steamer Siren-24 bales cotton and W sacks"
pease to T H &- C H Austin; 7 to B S Hawley;
5 bales cotton and 16 boxes tobacco toT Prestong
60 bushels corn fo W G Porter & Co; 25 scks-
corn to Perry & Dickinson; 16 sheep and 5 hogs
toMcMillen& Hare;.L cow and calf to Corn Hurd.,
Per steamer Charleston-421 bales cotton to W
H Kimbrough & Go; 200 to J Day, & Go; 60 to,
Lockheart & Young; 36 to M'cKay & Hartshorne;
14 to Harper & Holmes;; 12 to Wylie & MaKen,
zie; 3 boxes mdze to T H & C Hi Autin;.3 bbl.,
cider to Henry Hodges; and two cash packages tot
VW HI Kimbrough.&Co,.and Raymond & Hardin.
Per steamer Apalachico!a-230 bales cotton to,
McKay 1z Hartshorne; 352 to W G Porter& Co;,
207 to Wylie & McKenzie; 70to Harper& HolmesB
41 to Perry V Dickinson; 27 to Lockhart & Young:
7 to W A & P C Kain.
Per steamer Lowell-274 bales cotton to D B.
Wood & Co; 155 to McKay & Hartshorne; 102 to
Wylie & McKenzie; 93 to Thomas Flournoy: 63
to Hill. Dawson & Go; 45 to Howard & Rutherford.
Per steamer Gen Sumpter-277 bales cotton to
Nourse, Stone a Co;- 128 to Lockhart & Young;
508 to J C Maclay; 15 to Harper & Holmes; I to
Perry& Dickinson.
Per steamer Champion-119 bales cotton to
Haiper & Holmes; 1001to D B Wood & Co; 80 to
Lockhart & Young; 65 to Howard & Rutherford;'
50 to J C Maclay; 42 to McKay & Hlartshorne; i(h
tolWylie & McKenzie; 4 Ito W G Porter ti Co.
Per barge Adeline-50*bales cotton to W. G Por-
ter & Co; 32 to Lockhart & Young; 10 to, T i &
C H Austin.

OFFICE DESK.--A fine large double Office
Desk, (has been used very little,) will be
sold low by JAS F FARRIOR,
nov30 9 Columbus Block.


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COMMERCIAL.

LATEST DATES.
Liverpool.......Nov. 23.1 New York......Dec. 4.
Havre.......... 21. New Orleans,.. 7.
avana,....... Nov. 25.1 Charleston,.... 7.

MAIL ARRANGEMENT.
NORTHERN AND WESTERN MAIL.
Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M.
Closes Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10, P.M.
ST. JOSEPH MAIL.
Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M.
Closes Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8, A. M.

COTTON MARKET.
Our cotton market has been active this week
except at the close, when there was less inquiry
and the lower grades receded in value j a jc. We
quote, Inferior, 3h a 3j; Ordinary, 32 a 4j; Mid-
dling, 4, a 41; Middling Fair, 41 a 51; Fair, 51


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MARINE INTELLIGENCE.


PORT OF APALAChI1COLA....Dec.14.
CLEAR E)D.
Barqvu Russia, Larrabee, for Boston, D B
Wood & Co.
Barque Odd Fellow, Pettingill, for New Orleans.
Brig Manhattan, Doane, for New York, Nourse,
Stone Co.
Brig Metamora, Weeks, for New York-B Elli-
son & Co.
Brig WV L Jones, Tyler, for New York, Ilarper
. H-olm-s.
Brig Paragon, Brayton, for Providence, T L
Mitchel.
Burig Empire, Lewis, for New York, McKay &
II, rtsho'ne..
Schr S!ar, Smnith, for New Orleans, M. A Myers.
SchrI1 A Schro ler. Staflord. for St. Marks.
Schr Asshlandl, Bradley, for New Orleans, Mc-
Nay' &\ llarthiorne.
ARH il[ IVK'.
Bariye- Eliza, Talbot, fm New York, to KcKay
& llartshorn".
Barqn' Llabama, Merrit, fin Bath, Me., to
Harper V lHolmes.
Brig'Yucatati, Baker, fin Kingston, Jamaica, :o
master.
Schr II A Schroder, Stafford, fin New Orleans
to miast-r.
Schr Presidlent Nickerson, fmr Boston4 to master.
Schr Ashlan'l. Bradley, tm New Orleans, to
McKay ,& I lartshorne.
Stiiieameir Siren, Van V'ghten, fin Browns Ferry.
Sta;:ner Augista, Hill, fnm Columb'is.
Sterner -kpalachicatla, Sutton, fin Jernizan,
Steamer Chaminpion, Ca!wallalir,fm Columbus.
Steamer Agnes, Allen, fm Colnmbis.
Steamer Charleston, Freeman, fmin Columbus.
Steamer Oconee, Greer', finm Columbus.
Steamer Lowell, Moore, fin Jernigan.
Steamer Gen Sumpter, Thomnpson, fm Columabus.
Barge Adeline, Myrick, fm Manrianna.

LIST OF VESSELS I:' PORT.
SHIPS.
Mary Francis, 323 tons, Boston, loading-D 3
Wood & Co.
Element, Turner, 449 tons, for freight or charter-
D B Wood.'t Co.
Tallahassoe, Hadley 489 tons, waiting-J Day
&A Co.
Tarolinta, Smith, 519 tons, Liverpool, loading-
J Day A Co.
Sabbittis, Cox, 449 tons, loading, Boston-D B
Woodl .c Co.
Tuskina, Williams, 420 tons, Liverpool, loading--
Nourse, Stone & Co.
Florenc-, Leach, 267 tons, freight or charter-
Harper & Holmes.
BARQ ES.
Eliza, Talbot, 279 tons, New York-MIcKay &
IHartshlorne.
Alabama, Merrit, 348 tons, awaiting freight-
Harper & Holmps."
N Brown, Andros, 196 tons, fm N York--Master.
Master.
Tiberius: Ioawps, 290. fin Boston, awaiting freight-
Wm TH Kimbrough A', Co.
Colloss'is, McDonald, 399 tons, Liverpool, load-
in-,-.T Day A Co.
Rolla, Gibersonr, 243 tons, Boston-W G Porter
i Co.
Lion, Alexander, 338 tons, awaiting freight-
IHarper & IHolmes.
RRIGI;.
Yucnatan, Baker, 177 tons, awaiting freight-Master.
Camilla, Mandieul, 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-
D B Wood & Co.
Republic, Gates, 139 tons, Philadelphia, loading-
Chas Rogers & Co.
Star, Chase, 161 tons, Baltimore, lrading-Chas
Rogers & Co.
Historian, Lufkin, 242 tons, New York,.loading-
W I Kimbrough & Co.
SCHOONERS.
Christina, Godfrey, 59 tons, freight or charter-
Master.
President, Nickerson, 65 tons, Boston-Master.
Romeo, Yonng, -tons, discharging-W A Wood.


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Card.
W E, the undersigned, passengers on board
the Steamer "SIREN," on her late trip
from Bainbridge to Apalachicola, tender our
thanks to Capt. VanVeghten, Officers and Crew,
for their unexampled exertions, coolness and
courage in our perilous situation on the morning
.of the 13th ult., in using their best endeavours
for the preservation of lives and property under
their charge. And do cheerfully recommend
them to the patronage of the public.
N BAKER,
THOB AS LEACH,
A JEWETT,
JOHN W CHASE,
VW B CHEESEBOROUGH,
JOHN SHERIDAN,
WM C DICKINSON,
decl4 It A L CLEMENTS.
Notice.
NEW YORK, December 2d, 1844.


To the Consignees of Goods, arriving
at .palachicola, insured in New York:
T HE underwriters in New York: have suffered
very much by the improper sacrifice of goods
sold at Auction in Apalachicola, on account of
sea damage. The policies require, in case of
partial loss by sea damage to Dry Goods, Cutlery
-or other Hardware, that the loss shall be ascer-
tained by a separation and sale of that portion
only of the contents of the packages which are
damaged and not otherwise, and that the same
principle shall be allowed us to all other mer-
chandize, as far as practicable. The Rules also
require that the damaged parts of Cargo ,be sold
in small lots to suit the convenience of purchasers.
Whole packages destined for places in the inte-
rior, have frequently been sold at Apalachicola in
.a lot without the knowledge of the owner, by the
Consignee there; and by that means depriving
the owner of part packages of sound goods and
-causing heavy lo-ses to some one, but for which,
hereafter, the Apalachicola consignees will be
held responsible.
'The multiplication of protests is not needed;
-an original, or, at most, an original and duplicate
protest forwarded to the Agent of the vessel in
New York is sufficient for all the New York un-


,derwriterg.


Signed


S BALDWIN, Preqt.
.Taesori Marine iz Co.
ZEB COOK, Jr.. Prest.
.4tutl.-Rafety Ins Co.
T B S4.rERFRTWA[ITE, V. P.
A',,wi Yifrk Ins Co.
WM NEILSON, Prest.
A,,rer.',znt'4 .Muturl fas Co.
A B NE[LSOX, Prest.
Sun .lfutual Ins Co.
ABM OGDEN, Prest.
General .aMutu Ins Cot
WALTER R JONES, Prest.
of the .tlantic Mutual Ins Co.
L GREGORY, Prest.
of the Merc'antile M.utual Ins Co.
THOM-IS HlLE, V P
of the Allia'mre M.ututal Ins Co.
PIIILLIP HONR, Prest. -
decl t American .Trutual Ins Co.


tP Mr. Editor:- 'he friends of
:SEfTH P. LEWIS, will support him for Mayor
4at the ensuing Election in January next.


* decli


MANY VOTERS.


(| Exchan-e.-Checks at sigh t
,on New York for sale by I M WRIGH l',
decl, No. 3 Columbus Block.

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

0 Liber'al advances will be
made on Cotton consigned to their friends in
New York or Boston, bv
WM. G. PORTER & CO.,
dec1 t 4t Water street
I Liberal advances made on
.consignments of Cotton to New York, Boston or
Liverpool, by S T SKILLMAN,
nov5 33 Water street.

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

0 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.

i 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.

NEW NOVELS!
IN PAMPHLET FORM.
FTIE subscriber has just received from New
York, the following New Works:-
"The Birthiight,"
." Blanche of Navarre,"
." Adam Brown,"
." Prairie Bird,"
Gerolstein,"
Arrah Neil,"
Wandering Jew,"
The Jilt,"
The Reformers."
t.N. B.-Arrangements have been made
,with the publishers, by which all the NEW
NOVELS, of the season, will be regularly re-
,ceived as soon as possible after their publication.
B S HAWLEY,
dec7 ,gor of Chestnut and Commerce sts


- AMS.-2 bhli Sugar Cured Hams.
-H For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
decl4 291 Water street.
RICK.-For sale by
NOURSE, BROOKS & CO.,
decl4 46 Water street.
L ARD.-60 kegs Lard, received per Schr
SAshland, for sale by C L LeBARON,
dc11 30 Water t.


WM. W. SIMS.


WM. W. CHEEVER.


Sims & Cheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
0- Odice, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.

T. J. SANFORD. M. M. BUTT.
Sanford & Butt,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.
Masonic Notice.
T HE Regular Meeting ot "FRANKLIN.
LODGE, No. 6,"Tor the election of Officers
will be held at the Hall u6 Wednesday evening
next at 7 o'clock. The members will be punctual
in their attendance.
Q- Members of the Fraternity generally, are
invited. By order of the W. M.
JOHN. D. ATKINS, Sec'y.
Apalachicola, Dec. 14, 1844.

Drugs and Medicines.
THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-
CINES, which he will warrant pure
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B.-Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of the day or night.
J C ALLEN,
decl4 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.
Win. H. Kimbrough & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHA ANTS,
No. 94 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.
THE undersigned, successors to KIMBROUGtH
1& 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 a'li low charges,
we hope to receive a full share of business in our
line.
fr~- Advance. will be made by J. J. Ridgway in
Columbus, on Cotton consigned to us. Also the
usual advances made byv us, on Cotton for ship-
ment. WM. H. KIMRBROUGH,
H. B. KIMBROUGH.
Apalachicola, Nov. _20. 1S44. nov30
OTICE.-Six months after date I will apply
N to the Hon. Judge of the County Court for
Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the
estate of William Worriker, senr., late of said
county, deceased.
WILLIAM WORRIKER, Jr., Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Dec. 10, 1844. decl4 6m
[HE subscribers have received by late arri.
vals from New York and Boston, in addi-
tion to their former stock a large and general
assortment, of Dry Goods'consisting in part of_
Negro Kersevs and inseys ;
8-4 and 9-4 Duffil Blankets; _""
10.4, 11-4 and 12-4 Mutney do;
Super Cloths and Cassameres;
Kentucky Jearis and Kerseymeres;
White and Red Flannels; .
Bleached Shirtinr-s and Sheetings;
Brown Shirtmings and Sheetings;
-Linen and Cotion Osnabnrgs;
Apron and Furniture Checks;
Denir ms andr Kremlins;
3-4, 7.8 and 4-4 Tiekins and Stripes ;
English, hFrench and American Prints;
Cashmere (d'Eceoe ; Mousseline de Laine;
Merinos and Bombazines;
Super Blaclkapd figured Silks;
Super Balzarines and Earlston Ginghams ;
Super Woolen Shawls and Fancy Hldkfs;
Silk and Cotton i Hdkfs;
Super Irish Linen Shirting;
Draper, Dowlas and Table Linen;
Plain and figur'd Swiss Mousln ;
Cambrick, Jackonet and Checked Mouslin ;
Ladies' Hose and gents Half Hose ;
Sewing Silk and Spool Cotton ;
Thread, Tape. "Pins and Needles.
Which they offer at wholesale or retail on fa-
vorable terms.
dee14 WILLIAM G PORTER & CO.
SALT in store, for sale low to close a consign-
ment, by NOURSE, STpNE & CO.,
decl4 46 Water street.
W 7HISKEY.-23 b'ols Rectified Whiskey,
V received per Schr. Ashland, for sale by
decl4 C L LeBARON, 30 Water st.


AY for sale low, to close a consignment, by
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
decl4 46 Water street.
JUST received-i1000 prs Men's Kip Brogans;
1000 prs Russett Brogans, for Negroes;
500 do Heavy Kip, (unbound) for do.
For sale by F KOPMAN,
decl4 Chestnut street, near Water.
LUMBER.-White Pine, planned, tongued
and groved, tor sale by
NOURSE, BROOKS & CO.,
decl4 46 Water street.


F LOUR.-100 bbhis fresh Flour, just received
-per schr Ashland, for sale by
decl4 C L LeBARON, 30 Water st.
C ONFECTIONARY.-A few boxes of R L &
A Stuart's Steam, Refined Candy, for sale by
J C ALLEN,
decl4 I or of Centre and Commerce sts.


TINDOW GLASS.-Just received 75 boxs
Window Glass, of the following sizes:-
13 by 22 12 by 16 10 by 14
14 21) 12 15 10 12
12 18 11 16 8 10
Together with an assortment of smaller sizes,
which will be sold very low by
JAS C ALLEN,
dec1-F cor Centre and Commerce sts.
2 5 BBLS NAVY BREAD;
5 15 do Pilot Bread;
10 hf bbls Butter Crackers;
5 do Sugar do;
5 bbls Pecan Nuts;
10 do Dried Apples, for sale by
E B WHITMARSH,
dec14 291 Water street.
TTARDWARE.-10 tons Hollow Ware;
S 10 doz Spades and Shovels;
5 casks Hoes; 10 Anvils and Vices;
20 pair Blacksmith's Bellows;
10 cases Cotton and Woolen Cards.
For sale by WM G PORTER & CO.,
decl4 41 Water street.


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


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Tax Notice !
IN conformity with an Ordinance, passed by
the Mayor and Council of the City of Apa-
lachicola, March -?2d, 18441, 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 It 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. cdi.

2i2 15 C. E. Bartlett,.......... 875
112 3 L. Birdsal,............ 2 50)
H12 4 J. C. Birdsal........... 2 50
Fl 9 & 12 Calhoun & Bass,....... 10 U0
At 1 John Evans,........... 2 50
D2 1 & 9 C. Edmondson,........."29 00
HI -5&.ID) 16
Imp'd E2 il John Gilmore,.......... 2 50
1 9 Estate of John Gillispie," 2 23
C2 6 & 7 Jacob Harvey,......... 7 50
Imp'd A2 7, John Kerns,............ 3 50
Imp'd 10 3 John Kennedy,......... 2 50
8 2 J. C. Love............ 3 0()
17 3 William Low.......... .300
B2 11 Charles McKinney,...... 5 00
Imp'd E-2 10 J.. Martin.............. 4 25
Imp'd A2 (i Mitchell Marzell,....... 3 '2.
Ft 11 Joseph Mitchell,........ 4 5)
|TH1 4 & 17 R. Maitland & sons,.... 7 )00
Il 9 & 12 Peter and Jos Mitchel.. 60 0(
15 8 A. J. Norris,.......... .3 00m
:30 7 Ogden & Ferguson, .... 1 25
Imp'd C2 00 Dan'l. Ryan,.......... 3 25
Imp'd A 00 John Rag4an ...........2 25
Imp'd A2 2 Frank White,.......... 3 W)
F2 15 Henry Williams........ 6 IX00
PETER HOBER'I,
City Tax Collector.
Apalachicola, June 7th. 1844. jel5 Gin
Fitch & Wordins
DEALERS IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
SHAVE received their stock of
^r^4Goods, consisting of Gold and Sii-
WO-N ver Levers, Duplex, Lepines and
plain Watches; Gold Guard and Fob Chains;
Guard Keys; Goldand Silver Spectacles; do Pen-
cils, Fine Rings; do Broaches; Gold Braceletts;
Bracelett Clasps; Medalions; Mirniature 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,
Sells and Floats.
(?I- N. B.-Partienlar 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
L 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.


RIO AND JAVA COFFEE:-
200 bags Rio Coffee;
25 do Old Gov't Java do.
For sale by
(DODGE, & GARDNER,
novl6 40 Water stree.t.
ORN & POTATOES:-
50 bushs Corn Meal;
50 do Sweet Potatoes;
50 bbls Chenango do;
25 do Nova Scotia do, for sale by
E B WHITMARSH,
dec14 294 Water street.
TEW GOODS per Barque Eliza.
iN 250 twilled Red Flannel Shirts ;
300 pairs of Negro Pants;
75 pair Satinett Pants ;
200 twilled striped Cotton Shirts.
100 Check, Cotton and Linen bosom do.
For sale very low by
decl4 F KOPMAN.
C OFFEE.-1-50 sacks Rio; 23 sacks Java.
.. For sale by
WYLIE & McKENEZIE,
nov30 47 Water street.


NAILS & IRON.-100 cks Nails;
20 tons assorted Swedes Iron;
5 do do English do;
For sale by
WM C PORTER & CO.,
decl,4 41 Water street.


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.


ALEXANDRIA LOTTERY,'
CLASS No. 43.
To be draum at dlexandria, D. C. Dec. 7, 144.
SEVENTY-EIGHT NUMBER LOTTERY
Twelve drawn Ballots.
Scheme.

ONE PRIZE OF $30.000!
1. .prize of. .$10,000....is..... .10,000
1.............5,690 ......... .5,690
S............ .4,000 ...........4,000(
1........... .3,000 ...........3,00o
5............1,500 ........... 7,500
10 ............ .1,200 .......... 12,000
- 100 ............. 1,000......... 1 1,l0
100................400 ..........40,000
60 ............ 100 ........... (1,600
66................SO .......... 5,2S0
66 ................ 50 ........... 3,300
66................ 40 ...........2,6.10
132................ 30 ........... 3,960
3,960................ 20 ..........79,200(
25,740................10 ........ .257,400
30,316... .Prizes amounting to.... $570,570
TICKETS S10-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;
4,350 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, -7% numbers-from I 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.


sectors.
E. D. Iulbnrt.
John J. Palmer.
Peter Lorillard,
Jas McCall,
Robt. McCoskry,
Henry Parish,
Renben Withers,
Wm Scott,
Ferdinand Snydam,
Geo P. Pollen,
William Colgate,
Holbrook,


(- "The Contributionship Insurance Com-
pany," will also, insure against loss or damage by
Inland or River Navigation, on favorable terrns.
NOURSE, STONE & CO., Agents,
nov3046 Wter sreet


T HE "GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST


T HE "GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST
COMPANY," with a Capital of $5300,000
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 oP the parties assured; rely upon
their well earned reputation for a continuance of
public patronage.
lf,- THE subscribers having been appointed
Agents of the above named Company, are fully


prepared, and are authorized to act as such.


J DAY & CO.,
52 Water street.


nov9


SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.,
of the Citv of Asew York.
Trustees:
James D P Ogden, William II Macy,
Moses H1 Grinnell, Fred'k VWissmann.m
Conrad W Faber, Joseph Foulke, Jr.
Samuel M Fox, Hamilton Murray,
\Vrn Edgar Iowland, Jacob R Nevims,
John 11 Hicks, Fred'k G Foster,
Godfrey Pattison, Richard K Haight,
Sidiey Mason, Win S Alley,
Schuvler Livingston, G (Winthrop Gray,
Theodore Vietor, Roswell Sprague,
HIenry Holdrege, Oliver Slate, Jr.
Anthonv B Neilson Drake 31ilis,
Alfred Seton, a Robert L Maitland,
Charles Sagorv, Joseph W Alsop, Jr.
Pernard Graham, Elias Ponvert,
Theodore Dehon, John D Van Beuren.
A B NEILSON, President.
4 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
INSUItANCE.
T HE AET'NA INSUkANCE COMPANY-
1 Capital $20J),hoiJ! and the PROTEC-
TION INSURANCE CO.,-Ca)pital 1.30,000 !
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 he 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 .New York.
'h,' lTrustees:
James Harper, Abraham Van Nest,
John B Lasala, Silas' M Crandall,
John J Boyd, William B Cozzens,
Edward Richardson, Charles L Vose,
J.ames Phalen, Joseph J3 Nones,
John .J Herriqk, Johr) 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, Thomas Monahan,
George WiFitaker, William 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.
CAPT SAM'L CANDLE R, Marine Inspector.
WILLIAM WELLS, Fire Surveyor.

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


W.G. M. Davis,


W. G. M1. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Capt. Simmon's Buildings, cor. of Centre
and Commerce sts.-Up stairs.
C)- 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


LUMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
8- Office corner Commerce and Forbes street.
JOHN LUCAS.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15, 1844. o19 tf
SEGARS.-Regalia, Havana and Principe
For sale by AVERY & JONES,
dec7 21 Water street.


,'lFall and Wte Arrangemen -.


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
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
dec7 46 Water street.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-The superior
4 kS barque COLOSSUS, McDonald, master,


has two-rhirds of her cargo engaged, will
meet with despatch. For freight apply to
nov30 J DAY & CO 52 Water st.
FOR OSTO-TheshipMAR


FOR BOSTON-The ship MARY
FRANCES, Jewett, Master, will meet
with immediate despatch. For freight
of a lew 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-
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-
ONY, Chase, Master, will meet with
despatchh. For freight on deck or pas-
s e, apply to 1). B. WOOD & Co.,
dec7 29 Water street.
FOR 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.
a FOR NEW YORK-Star Line-The
fast sailing barque ELIZA, Talbot, mas-
ter, will have despatch. For freight or
passage, apply to the master. or to
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
decl4 40 Water street.
4 FOR NEW YORK.-The fine con-
pered and copper fastened bark ROLLA
a Gibertson, master, having part of her
cargo on board, will have immediate despatch as
above. For balance of freight or passage, apply
to tle master, or to W G PORTER & CO.,
decl4 41 Water street.


a 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.


1~R NEW YORK.~The brig HIS-


A FR NEW YORK.--The brig HIS-
STORIAN, L C Lufkin, master, having
most of htier cargo engaged, will meet
uitn despatch. For freight or passage apply to
W H KiMBROUGH & CO.,
dec7 24 Water street.


SFOR PHILADELPHIA-The fine
^^brig REPUBLIC, Gates, Master, will
i have despatch for the above port. For
deck ireight, or passage, opply to
dec7 CHAS. ROGERS & Co.
* FOR BALTIMORE-The new, fast
N sailing brig STAR, Chase, master, will
a 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.-


FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-
The fine new ship ELEMENT, Turner,
S master, is ready to receive cargo. Ap-
ply to D B WOOD & Co.,
dec7 29 Water street.
FOR RENT.-Two pleasant front Offi-
ces in Store No. 22 Water street.
Apply to J DAY & CO.,
decl 4 52 Water street.
SFOR SALE.-The House. situated on
Commerce street, directly in the rear of
jllStore No. 28 Water street, commonly
kiuwn as Tom Davis' House." It is a very
convenient House having five rooms, a kitchen,
a good yard and a fine well of water on the pre-
mises. The said house will be sold very reason-
able, and is free from all incumberances.
For further particulars apply to,
decl4 THOS. DAVIS, Commerce st.
FOR RENT.-The Building on Com-
merce street, lately occupied by S R Ford
"as a Marble Work Shop. Possession given
immediately. For particulars inquire of
MILTON SCOTT,
dec7 3t Waverly House.


jatFOR RENT.-The Dwelling House
BiS lately occupied by B S Hawley, fronting
"0 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.
T OBACCO.-4 boxs Myer's aromatic Tobacco;
6 do Strange's Honey Dew;
6 do Carmo's do do;
50 doz Mrs. Miller's fine cut Chewing do;
23 doz & 25. lbs Smoking do.
For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 291 Water street,
7000 SPANISH SEGARS;
70 000U 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, &e., &c., for sale by
C L LeBARON,
dec7 30 Water street.
CHEESE.-35 boxs Cheese.
For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 294 Water street.
H AY-120 bales landing from ship Element,
for sale by D B WOOD & CO.,
dec7' 29 Water street.


4


I


Fall and Winter Arrangement.
THE U. S. Mail steamer SIREN,
will leave Apalachicola, every
f ,AP' TUESDAY and SATURDAY
night at 12 .o'clock.
Leaves Drown'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,

ol14 Contractors.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fine fast-
;sailing ship TAROLINTA, Smith, mas-
^ ter, having two-thirds of her cargo en-
agrpd and going on board, will have despatch.
For freight or passage, apply to
dec14 J DAY & CO., Water 0t.


J. Smyth Rogers,
-Ias. Brvar,
Jas. Mc Bride,
John Adams,
John Ilaggertv,
Gulian C. Verplanck,
John Johnson,
Joseph Kernochan,
Peter J. Nevius,
Richard Irvin,
C. V. S. Roosevelt,
Lowell


Y


nov30


46 Water street.


nov5 6mn


Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1814.











NEW GOODS!
Wholesale and Retail! !
J STEVEN iON & CO. offer for sale, at their
o old stand, the most extensive and general
assirtmnent 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:
Siper black French Cloths,
Medium, black, blue and invisible green do,
Siper black French and English Cassimeres,
Do fancy and Doeskin do,
3-4 and 6-4 Tweeds and Beaver Cloths,
SinAer Silk, S itin and Plaid Velvet Vestings,
Rich Cashmere de Cosse and Mouslin de Laines,
Rich plaiid andi figured Silks, black Lustring and
Senshaw do,
Blick and fig'd Alpaca, Merino and Balzarines,
GCsiris and rich Cashmere de Cosse Prints,
Fine Eirlston and 1m i,..ie. er Ginghams,
Jitckonett, 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
Lice, :c. 5c.
Scotch and Russia Di ipers, Crash and Hhuckaback
Napkins, Table and Toilet Covers,
Also-A large assortment of Domestic Goods, 3-4
to 5 4 Brown Htomespuns.
Bleached Sheeting and 5-4 to 12-4 sheeting, Osna-
b,irgs,
Twili'd Jeans, Shirting Stripes, Satinetts, Ken.
tncky 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, Sorting, 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, NMens' lined and bound do,
Gents fine Calf sew'd and bother Boots,
L dies fine Kid Slips, Walking Shoes, Gaiters,
Buskins, &c; &c.
Together with a great variety of Fancy Articles,
such as Lidies' Fancy Work Baskets and Boxes,
Hair Brushes, fancy Soaps, extra German Col gne,
Gold and Silver Pencils, Tortoise Shell, Tucking
an i Side Combs, Ridding, Buffalo and other do,
L-tdies' Silk Purses, Hair Pins, Artificial Flowers,
Bonnet Caps, &c. &c., with a great many other
articles usually kept in a dry goods establishment,
ail of which will be sold upon the most pleasing
terms for cash or city acceptance.
Apalachicola, Nov. 16, 1844.

Drugs, Medicines, &c.
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 articl-s and the wholesale prices:
3100 lbs Epsom Salts, 6 cents per lb;
'200 galls Castor Oil, $1 75 cents per gall;
20igroce Castor Oil, quarts, pints and j pints;
200 lbs Gum Camphor, St per lb;
30 dom Spirits Turpentine, $3 per doz ;
3 10 lbs Roll Sulphur, 6 cents per 1b;
30 lbs Calomel, $1 75 cents per lb;
30 doz Calomel in Vials;
2000 lbs Copperas, 4 cents per Ib;
300 Cream Tartar, 50 cents per lb;
500 ace Ginger, 9, cents per lb ;
200 Indigo. $1 50 cents per Ilb;
100 doz Bateinah's Drops, 621 cents per]doz
50 Opodclioc, $1 per dozen ;
50 British Oil, 75 cents per dozen;
50 L,iudnum, 62j cents per dozen;
50 Paragoric and Peppermint, 62) cents
per dozen ;
20 lbs Nut Megs, $1 50 cents per Ib;
15 kegs Pearl Ash, 10 cents per lb;
3 gro'c Scidlitz and Soda Powders ;
5 boxes Houck's Panacia;
50 ozs 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
5(0 Soaps, assorted ;
3 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. HI. will devote his entire attention to th(
Drug Business, and hopes to see his old cus
tomrnrs at the store formerly occupied by B. T
Cart, corner Chesnut and Commnnerce streets.-
All orders from the country promptly attended
to. B. S. HAWLEY.


Hardware, Tinware, &c.
ROBERI'S, ALLEN & CO., Commerce st.,
between Chesnut and Cherry sts., are receiv-
ing and have in Store, Goods in part as follows:
HARD WVARE-Carpenter's, Walkers Improved
and S S Rtm 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 j round and flat, all sizes: Mill Saw do:
Carpenter's and Blacksmith's Tools :
Amrnrican and English X cut and Mill Saws:
Wro't and Cut Nails and Spikes:
Horse Nails: Table Cuttlery:
Pen and Jack Knives: Cook'sand Butcher's do:
Tea and hand Bells: Castors: Candlesticks:
Britania Tea and Coffee Pots: Spoons:
Ladles: Lamps: Spittoons, &c:
TIN WVAtE-Plain anid Japanned a general as-
3:tmrnent, wholesale and retail:
C ATliNGS--Hollow Ware:
Cook and Parlour Stoves:
Sugar Kettles and Mills:
Cauldron Kettles 30 to 150 gallons:
Plough Points: Sad Irons, &c:
I1'ON AND STEEL-German, English, Blis-
ter and Cast Steel:
Square, round and flat English, American, and
Swedish Iron:
Sheet ahd Boiler Iron:
SHIP CI-ANDLERY-Manilla Cordage 2 to
6 inch:
Tarred Rope, Russia and American :
Kentucky and Russia Packing Yarn:
Rigging and Pump Leather: Hand Spikes:
Anchors: Hooks and Thimbles:
Can and Cotton Hooks: Shives:
Bush'd and common Blocks: Pump Boxes:
Brooms: Buckets: PitcP: Tar and Oakum:
Rosin: Paints: Oils, &c.
We continue the manufactoryof Tin, Iron, and
Cooper. Roofit done i Tiin orCopper-tlack-
smitiinm as usual all on moderate terms for cash.
.A)lich!tiola, Nov. -22, 1841.
() HALF hbbls iulton Market eetf;
0 5) bbls Prime do;


50 do Mess do;
For sale by W A WOOD,
nov30 23 Water street.
S33 LL Northern Mess Pork;
10 t10 do Prime do;
10 a: bbis No. 1 and 10 do No. 2 Mackerel;
15 kits No. 1 do., for sale by
AVERY & .JONES.


I II I 1 -- 1 I


Staple and Fancy Dry Goods!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!!
THE subscriber respectfully gives notice, that
he has REMOVED his stock of Goods to
the new building, corner of Center and Commer-
ce streets, (known as Capt. Simmon's Buildings,)
where he offers for sale at reduce prices, a large
and general assortment of fresh STAPLE and
FANCY GOODS, direct from New York, con-
sisting in part of:-
Black and colored Silks,
Allapaca, Alapeene and Shalla,
Casinerett 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.


BARGAINS BARGAINS!!
NEW GOODS!
THE subscriber begs leave to inform the citi-
zens of Apalachicola, and the Planters of the
interior in general, that he is now opening a well
selected lot of FANCY DRY GOODS, direct
from New York, which he is determined to sell
Cheaper than the Cheapest for Cash! The
store is situated on Chestndt street, next door to
the house known as the "Georgia and Alabama
House," the following articles to wit:-
Cloth and Cassimeres;
Gents black Cravats and Stocks;
BIk and blue blk Bombazines and Allapaca;
Cashmere de Cossa, of the finest quality and
latest patterns;
Muslin de lain, do do;
-A few very choice rich fig'd Silks, for dresses;
A large and elegant assortment of Shawls, at
prices to suit the times;
A variety of Laces and lisle thread edging, from
4 to 25 cents per yard;
Hosiery of all description, from 12 to 50 per pair;.
A large assortment of Ribbons, of the latest
style, and of the brightest colors;
A large variety of fashionable prints.
Also, a great variety of other Goods, such as
Ladies ties, Bonnet flowers, Jaconet and Swiss
Mujslin, Jaconet edging and inserting, Umbrellas,
Sattinets, Kentucky Jeans, Tickings, Flannels,
Brown and bleached Shirtings; Ladies and Gents
sewed and pegg'd shoes, Negro Brogans, &c.
Ladies and Gentlemen, purchasing Goods will
find it to their advantage to call and examine for,
themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
C. GRAY.
Apalachicola, Nov. 23, 1844.--2m
M 3LASSES-4 bbls Sugar House Molasses,
just received and for sale by
E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 291 Water street.
0 3-3L- Rectified Whiskey, now* landing
00 from schr Swallow, for sale by
DODGE & GARDNER,
nev130 40 Water street.


GROCERIES,


New and Fashionable Goods,
WtIOLESALE AND RETAIL!
THE subscriber begs leave to call tie attention
of his customers, and country merchants, to
an extensive assortment of GOODS, which he has
lust received from New York, which he offers at
the lowest market prices, and on tie most reason-
able terms-among which will be fond the follow-
ing:-
Calicos, of all descriptions,
Rape de Laines,
Cashmere de Ecosse,
Hosiery, of all descriptions,
Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs,
Flannels, Apron Checks,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings,
Umbrellas and Snades,
Mitts, Gloves, Cuffs, &c. &c.
Over, Dress and Frock Coats,
Cassimere and Satinett Pants,
Silk and Fancy Vests,
Flannel, Muslin and Hickory 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,
col'd 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 Vt-stings.
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,
FRANCIS KOPMAN, *
Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1, 1844.

NEW GO )IS !
Wholesale and- Retail.
B ELLISON & CO., No. 33 Water street,
offer for sale, a fresh stock of well selected
GOODS, suitable for this Market; among which
are the following:
Groceries of all descriptions;
Brown and Bleached Domestics;
Latest styles of Printed Calicoes;
Scarlet and White Flannels;
Cantoi Flannels; 6.4 Sheeting ;
Mouslini de Laines; Irish Linens;
Swiss Muslin and Cambric Checks;
Gimp Edging, assort'd colors; Gloves;
Merino Undershirts and Drawers ;
Hosiery; White and striped Shirts;
French Dimity ; Lace Muslins
English and French Ginghams;
Damask Table Cloths and Napkins ;
Scotch and Russia Diaper;
Superior Ticks; Cloths and Cassimeres;
Fancy Vestings; Soaps and Perfumery;
Shell, Horn and Ivory Combs;
Fine Silk and Nutria Hats;
Silk, Velvet and Cloth Caps;
Hair, Seal and Sealett Caps;
Kip Brogans; Russet do;
Boy's sewed and pegged Brogans ;
Ladies' fine Kid and Calf Shoes';
Gent's fine and coarse Boots;
A full ass6r't of table and pocket Cutlery;
Feather Fly Dusters; Green Blinds;
Hemp and Cotton Seine Twine ;
Looking Glasses, assorted ;
Wood Ware of all descriptions ;
Crockery and Glass Ware;
Transparent Window Shades;
Saddles, Bridles and Saddle Bags;
Tin Ware of all descriptions.
Together with the above, and a variety of oth-
er articles too numerous to mention. Merchants
and planters from the country are invited to call
and examine, before purchasing elsewhere., nov-23


I --


JOSPH HT


JOSEPH SCHROTD,
Vo. 44 Water, near Chestnut st.


N


Wholesale and Retail.
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 Refinel Loaf;
Northern Flour in bbls and half bbls ;
Buckwheat Meal in 8ihs and quarters;
Mackerel in bbls, halves and quarters ;
Newark Cider ard Vinegar;
Cegars and Tobacco of various qualities;
Snuff in bottles and bladders ;
Pipe Powls; Sperm Candles and Oil;
Soap; Cognac Brandy; Holland Gin;
Syrup and French Cordials andI Wines;
Brandy ; Gin ; Rum ; Domestics ;
Cheese; Butter; Preserves; Pickles;
Spices, East India Bagging;
Manilla and Kentucky Bale Rope ;
Manilla and Kentucy Twine;
Kentuck. Packing Yarn; Nails;
Spikes; Bar Iron and S eel;
Smoothing Irons and Fire Dsgs;
Waggon Boxes; Trace Chains;
Cotton Hoes ; Collins' Axes;
Table pnd Pocket Cuttl ry ;
Guns and Pistols ; Steel Pens ;
Powder; Shot; Percusion Cape ;
Flints; Looking Glasses; Coffee Mills;
Globe and other Lamps;
Shingling Hlatchets;
Boots, Shoes, Brogans in great. variety;
Crockery and Glass Ware, &e., &c.


'T'ailoring,
9Cr TERMS- Cash on Delivery. 4-)
Fall and Winter Fashions just received.
THE subscriber respectfully
I informs the Citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and its vicinity, that he has
removed his TAILORING ES-
TABLISHMENT to the new
:"l building of Capt. Simmons, corner
t 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. 13.-Boys Garments particularly attended to.
JAS. C. COLEMAN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, IS44. o7 tf


Boot and Shoe Makimug.


Fashionable 'ailoring.
FpHE subscriber, having just arrived from New
1 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 t.) 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.
Ship Chandlery, &c.
W A. WOOD, 23 Water street, offers for
S 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,
Axrhannell's Fish Lines, Parslmine,
Nails cut, Scupper do., Copper do.,
Pump Tacks, Screws, Tai, Pitch,
Turpentine, Oils, Augers, Gimblets,
Hooks and Staples, F los, Gridirons,
Caulking Mallets, Chalk, Tormentcrs,
Coffee and t'epper Mills, Cork Screws,
Dust and Shoe Brushes, Coffee Pots,
Bellows, Tabl.- and T'ea Spoons,
Knives and Forks, Carving di .,
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, Potty,
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. nov31

Cabinet Furniture, &c.
P HOBERT, No. 42 Water street-Up stairs;
e having just received ani assortment of Fur-
niture, consisting of:
Sofas, Sideboards and Beaureaus;
Tables, Secretary's and Bookcases ;
Wardrobes, Washstands and Bedsteads;
Dressing, Pier and Centre, folding and
Carid Tables;
Curl'd Maple fancy and Windsor Chairs;
Mahogany spring seat Rocking Chairs;
Curi'd maple do, with cane back and seat;
Boston and Fancy Rocking Chairs.
Also, a large assortment of splendid Mahogany
and Gilt frame LOOKING GLASSES, all of
which he offers for sale very low, for Cash.
Apalachicola, Nov. 30, 1844.

Stationery, Cutlery, &c.
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; Almanacs ;
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 ;
Backing and Brushes.;
Lead Pencils arid 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 Boxes, &c., &c.
For sale at reduced prices by
dec? B, S. HAWLEY,


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


LIVERPOOL SALT-1,250 sicks, 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, tfor sale by
E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 29J Water street.
SUGAR.-6-hhds New Orleans Sugar, a prime
article, for sale by
DODGE & G \RDNER,
nov30 40 Water street.
5 tHD3 N 0 Su*ar; 5 do P.R do;
50 bags Rio Coffee; 20 do St Domingo;
100 boxes Soap; 20 bbls Rock Gin;
30 bbls N E Rum, for sale by
W A WOOD,
nov30 23 Water street.

N AILS & IRON.--') ca ks Nails ;
N 10 tons Iron, for shle by
WYLIE & McKENZIE,
nov30 42 Water st.
1PERM CANDLES.-Just received on con-
kS signment, 100 boxes New Bedford Sperm
Candles, for sale low for cash, by
WM T WOOD,
nov30 33 Water street-Up stairs.


Apalacluicola District of Florida.


D EALER in Fancy Hardware, Fine Cutlery,
Perfunary, &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 Germap Cologne, and fine Per-
fuines 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 zood supply of single and double bar-
reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all ot which he
offers cheap for Cash.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf

Blacksmithing, &c.
THE subscriber respectfully in-
forms the citizens of Apalachicola
and its vicinity, that he has erect-
ed on Commerce (in the rear of
No. 22 Water) street, a BLACK-
SMITH'S SHOP, where-he is pre-
pared to execute with neatness and despatch,
and on the most reasonable terms, all work in his
line of business, entrusted to his care.
RICHARD PARKER.
Apalachi6ola, Oct 19th, 1814-3- n'


U S Marshal Sale.
B)Y virtue of three writs of fi. fa. issued from
1. the Superior Court, for Franklin County and
District of Apalachicola in favor of John Hardin,
B.-nito 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 againmoffer
for sale at public outcry at the Court House floor
in the city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday
in January next, within the usual hours ot sale,
to the highest bidder for cash. fractional lot No.
9, in Block D. front range in the city of Apalach-
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, IS-14. nov30 Im


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,


OTICE.-Six weeks after date, f shall ap;ly
to the Honorable W G M Davis, Judge of
the County Court of Franklin county, for lett. rs
of adntiuistration on the estate of Latham Bab-
cock, late of said county, dereased.
JAMES A. ABORN.
Apalachicola, Nov. 26th. 1844 nov30 6w


OTICE.-Six weeks alter date, I sh,ll apply
to the Hon'le Wm G. M. Davis, Judze of
the County Court of Franklin con-ty, for letters
of administration on the estate of Donald Camp
bell, late of said county, deceased.
WILLIAM A. ARCHER.
Analachicola, Nov. 7th, 1S44. nov9 6w


OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judie of the C'ounty Court
of Franklin county, for letters of administration
on the estate of Carlton M. Evans, deceased.
RANCIS L. MARSHALL.
Analanhicnla. Nov. 11th. 1S44. n16 6w


N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall a-' 'y
to the Hon. XV. G? M. Davis, Judge of t e
County Court of Franklhi county, for letters f
administration on the estate of David D. Churchill,
late of said county, dece-sed.
BENJAMIN ELLIrON.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1944. nov5 6w


OTICE- 'ix 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
S 'RAH H POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson Countv, July 26, 1844. a3-im


N )TICE.-lI persons having claims -gai-st
AMORV ROGERS. late of Franklin county,
deceased, are requested to present th,- same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed byhv law
or this notice will. be plead in bar of their re-
coverv; and all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
B T CARO, Administrator.
Aoalachicola, Nov. 20th, 1S44. n23 6w


N OTICE--All persons having claims against
Isaac Jackson, late of Jackson Courty, de-
censed, are required to present the same duly 'iu-
thenticated, to the subscribers, within the tim,-

,rescrihed 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, Amrs.
Jackson County, Oct. 26, 1841. o26 2m


O N ,CONSIGNMENT.-One light Buggy
Waggon, also 3 cases addles.
dec7 WYLIE & McKENZIE.
CIONFECTIONARY.-50 boxes 251bS each.
For sale by B S HAWLEY,
dec7 cor of Chestnut and Commerce sts,
POTATOES.-tI0 bbis landing from ship Ele-
P ment, for sale by D B WOOD & CO.,
dec7 29 Water street.
RESH GARDEN SEED.-1000 paper fresh
L Shaker Garden Seed, for sale by
B S HAWLEY,
dec7 .cor of Chestnut and Commerce srf.
FUR CAPS--A choice assortment of Ottef,
Seal and Muskrat Caps, for sale low by
B ELLI-ON & CO.,
nov30 33 Water street.
S FA'IONERY.-An assortment of School
Books, Blanks and Stationery, for sale by
J C ALLEN,
nov30 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.
SUC KWH EAT.-15 boxes Buckwheat;
B 20 qr. and 10 1-Sths hbis do.
For sale by AVERY & JONES
nov30 24 Water street.
OFFEE.-500 bags Rio Coffee, now landing
for sake by J DAY & CO.,
nov30 59 Water street.


P,


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LE GAL NOTICE


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PATENT
SIX BARREL SELF-REVOL-
VING AND REPEATING
PISTOL.6


Jackson Superior Court.


Jackson Superior Court.
Elijah Robins, )
vs. Attachment for $115 871
Catherine B. Loftin,)
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 Jaokson c.unty. It they
see fit to do so, they may plead to the declaration
filed in said case. A H BUSH, Pl'tfs Att'y.
Marianna, Nov. 29th, 1S44. dec7


Apalachicola District of Florida.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't,
and In Chancery.
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. )
T' appearing to the Court, from the report of
the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed,
That the following sums are due by. the parties
hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments here-
tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin
Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby given to the parties respectively,
to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver
in said cause, together with the interest thereon,
from the first day df 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
Burlton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on thmesame day and ear...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.


Boot and Shoe MIlaking.
THE subscriber having returned from
New York, with a large and well se-
- j iected stock of leather of all kinds, is
now prepared at his old Starid on Ches-
nut street, near Commerce, to attend to the above
business in all its various branches. French Calf
Skin Boots and Shots made to order in the most
fashion,iAle style.
C He has also on hand a supply of French
Gailer Boots, Callt Skin Shoesand Slippers, which
he ofl.rs for sale as low, if not lower, than any
o thr house in I lihe city.
nov22 u THOMAS CL NRK.
SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS-
Iust received a large and general as-
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, Colhrs, Lines, Harness, Britch-
en, Bally Bands, Hame Straps, Circingles, Girts,
Martingraies, Whips, Curb, Snaifle and Dray
Bridles, which he oilers for sale at reduced prices
for CASH ONLY! PETER HOBERT,
nov23 -12 Water street-Up stairs.
IRON.-10 tons, comprising a complete assort-
Iment of flat, round and square Swedes and
English Iron, 1 finding from ship Tarolinta.
For sale by J DAY & CO.,
nov30 52 Water str.eet.
H AMM .--150 small Norther-n H ns.
S For sale by AVERY & JONE3,
nov30 24 Water street.
S EG-AR.--2,)00j Segars, Venus" brand ;
2,0:)J do "Washington" do.
2,'.)0 Princippe, a superior quality;
5,000 Spanish Cheroots, for sale by
E B WiITMARSH,
nov30 291 Water street.
2( iLi Albany Ale; 25 do Cider;
20U 25 boxes Cham )aine do o
8 bhis 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 bi W A WOOD,
nov30. 23 Water street.




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1\: r. ).)JS 1ti.Jh1.1sSIo'* No1(5:( \\'alt\ r street, : There: ram a day! a wintei's day. he stood before driven down,and the brave Briton hung out
\Il, t. [ \ L' novl A '.ih 'iicnh. Fh. D .I.vi .&: Ilndl es, the gate he white fl t, and surrendered unconditionally. .
vVater Street COTTON [,' A C T 0 R ; &. C .\L\II SS 1 0 N (The "
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No. II Of one who had the goods:: of earth, and lived in conqurernrsand; the conquered soon after ap*

OC't.j Iv _Apitar.nrnla, Fla. j Harper V IIO2:tteS, MERCHAN I r S. princely stit ; pE'ar.-d at Mrs. Mattes where, by invitation they

COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, ...\'L). 40 Poydra* street, Jftw Orleans. The fire \\"a? bright tint hall ":,within and wistfully pa: took together of a sumptuous dinner, in lull

Chtrlc L. LcBtroiiW.UL also OC5: refers to-Jas F Farrior, Apalachicola, Fh. he gazed, view of the smoking ruins-the unaffected politeness -

:: <.\LS GKJC.EKCOMMISSION' ..igrntq .for the As if blessing he thought blazed upon HIS home, where no such efthe patriotic lady soothing: the angry feelings .

and SUN MUTUXL INSURANCE COMPANY Tliomns Bertram, : ; which the had
But th' : contest engendered, and ob
the crowd
MFRCIIANT of heartless boys who saw
1 : of the City of Mu York, COMMISSION I MEItCHANT, him hflplps s tand- literating fn m the memory of the gallant whigs i

No. :IJ Waterstreet: No. :)1; Water slreer: No. j& Common street. Came on with shouts and waving hats, a tyrant the recollection oft the i injuries she had unavoidably

nov23, A'Mlachicola Fh. novo AMalachicola Fla. NEWORLEANS. novl ly little band sustained at their hands. When Rawdon-fi-

'YIIt. T. Wood, Till, bent with torture, age and woe, the broken n.illeffected; the passage of the river, he founda
SICl)lu'u 1'.Si1rn'tI: Andrew S. Cooke, spirit bnw'd ruined
CO :M AI ISS No. 33 I ;)\\\..ller illCt1ANT r-fref! t. COM t11S.aiON I 1 )lERCHANT, COMMISSION: : MERCHANT, And h- sank upon the rich man's steps, and feebly having divided po their forces -md moved, off captors-Lee

n0v'2J ilachicoU, Fla. aUo) No. ;5 Canal, cor. TchoupitouUs st. wept aloud! against Fort Gramby, and Marion to George.

Agent for the New Orleans, La.

ius A GKEEV, CIIAH.Covvfiuv.. C R 0 T 0 N OlUTfALJ, INSURANCE CO., Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, One from Sablvith the daythost"green, feeble limbs were missing town.We have seen in the possession! of George Ban-

!.rhea V Co iiticry, of the City o/"..\Vi/' York.No. jJ.nl:i tinov Analiclucnla! Fla. That\ with"red form no longer in the low church emit, esq,of Boston, a lendid miniature of Mrs.

) :11..itCUANTS, 33 \Vater street-Up stars.nova porch was seen ; Motte. It is a noble coUntenace
C 0 M M I gilt I \ iEdtt"'d. C. Center A Co. indicating .
Il N.'I. -2S Water street, A nhchic.ih, Fh. GENERAL COMMISSION; MERCHANTS: Bolt' the villa'-'e:: bell was tolling: the slow sad knell strong: intellect and that lofty frankness and courtesy ;

V:> ihchicoli, Fla. of dMih. which were so remarkably displayed by her
.. 011 11y :TCcItny IIirtsliornc, ..illobilr41a.. For the weary and worn hearted, who had yielded d'irtn that glorious and heroic of
\\\1. Cm.nn. KI-HAI.V MCOKCiietcr .. COMI1t.fON I MtRCIANTS f,|- Collections and Remittances promptly attended IIi;) hi- breath. 00 when American Indies age our country
were at once the P'
; fc :ttctSriflT, No. Water to. I gaz'd with trembling round me through the cons prump-
JO street, ters and exemplars of brilliant deeds of
C O \1.,11 .S:*1 0 .' t1Pttt.t1:1S1'S; oct?:j Atul ic'iifola: Florifh.W. Refers to-:Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne, -crat)>d ground. chivalry.
-). And my eyes were riveted upon a fresh and nameless -
\'o. oWater :- reet.nov15 nc-| ; Gn: Apalachicola,J-l.i. TIlt'oI"ollrnfT.u It is "
Fla. mound ; very lonely mamma,
"" A.uUc'uroh; A. i.V I*. C. ftiain, SIIEPARD T LippiNCorrV.M: : II. WYATT.Lippincoft Peacefully th' 1 :ne old man beneath its covering murmured a fair and lonely girl' as she rested

\" A. Wood, COMMISSION: :MERCHANTS, Wyatt, slept, u on a sofa one evening; "it is very lonely now

,: J l\l '; -;'OSJt V ,R JI MERCHANT T, Oiiice No. -1 ColatnlrH! UniMi-isis, GROCERS: & C )DII.IOXIERCHA:: TS, And I glanced I upon the sunny sky, and hid my and the night seems very long. Shall I never see ,
face and "
aiV.V.'L oct.2.j :AjiaUchicola; Fla. No. 2 New Levee and! 4 st. wept. papa any more? \
A D <;iilP t Tchoupituulas ,
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u Yes love will him in
\\). !:3 vViter street, NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly my you see a brighter
D. R.;; Wood V Co. t
From Book. world than this.-
\'Mlichieol.j. Fa.Av Goodey's Lady's
.. j.? } i GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J. W. Woodland V Co. HEROIC WOMAN OF AMERICA.THE But this is a fair world," said the little girl ;

', try A JonesVIIOLBSALK No..2V \Vater Mreet.now COMMISSION I I MERCHANTS, "I love to run and play, in the warm sunshine;

\ (;j'ROCERS I :; Aul ichicoh. FbiUrn. : No. IS Commerce street, LADY ASDTHE ARROWS. and pick the water crtsses from the brook ; and )

l Nt 21 W it:*r street.iiiv2l _New Orleans; La._nnv] Iv when the weather is a little warmer, I shall go 1

, ; Ai,il tchicoli, Fh.fitch II. Kinibro-i: II. B. Knnbroush.Win. Jas. L. FrancisMERCHANT Among the American ladies who have distinguished and gather the blue eyed violet, that Pa said was

21. Iiiit I'ou1 & Co., like me."
4Yt)1'riill TAILOR & CLOTHIER themselves in the course of our revi lu-
) iV COM)1lssUN: I I vvc FOR11'ARDING the sacrificeol self-interest to the Too like, I fear," said the mother, as the
'!': .Vli'J.JY Arc. Rioin st. tioriary war by \
ton
I u': Jo.2'2uJ Bowery, near
Ir MERCHANT'S.O.Tice I tear-drop trembled on the drooping lid "hut
Ir lU'li.Jml I PLATEDVAit, NEW YORK. novl Iv public welfare, none ism .re Celebralidthan Mrs
disu
FA W: (;;U,E.4, \c. ve. No. -25 Water street-Up stair, __- __ ___.__u ___ _. _.__--_-_- Jacob Motte, of Carolina. The action by which rny dear child, there is a fairer world than this.

';- Store cor.ieruf vViter aui Ct.ltr" ..Mreat Ap'tUclucola. Fla. New rod, .V 'o Orleans and Miscellaneous she sacrificed her own property to the demandsof where I the flowers never fade; where clouds ne t.
'j .J.r7 A Mh-Micol: i. Fh {*$- Liberal advances! on cotton ro isii;;icd to ADVERTISEMENTS.PRINT patriotistn was s r graceful, so generous and vcr hide the light of that glorious sky; for the i

,. their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or free, that it has occasioned her praises to be celebrated -' glory of Him whose name is love, beanies brightly .

' B. S. iliviey, Havre. .._oCfJ6Bcnjainiii in alt the histories of the time. The incident avid forever hi those golden courrs; the treesLthat
- 1VHOLALii sir) H.IL.dLER ---- WAREHOUSE on the bank of the river which
grow waters
. took! place in the year 17sl 1 when General
: iN uRC.ILUIC1 r;;, PAINTS, Suiter, IN NEW YORK Green and the active partisan officers, Lee, Marion that blessed! place, never fade as they do in this

nJ OILS. (;LA.zS &('., &<'. COMMISSION: I ; MERCHANT, To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade and Sumpter, were dis;; sting with Cornwal- world, and when friend meet there they will be )

cur- cot! Chestnut and Commerce street, No. 32 Water street-Up *tair- ; by the Piece or Paelm.p.o. lis and Uavxdon for the possession of the Carolinas. p Irted no more but will sing hymns of praise to

dl'ci} Aultcluc| : 'li, Fl-i.1 nov:','l "ApaUcbicoia. Fh.Jnhu 44 Cedar' street, nt'arTilli 1l11.lEE The first battle at Camden had alrE'adbeer.. God and the Lamb forever."

S. C. Hamilton, Muan.Rogers : & BRK\V.STER give notice to fought, when the Celebrated siege of Fort Motte And shall I go to that happy place when I
! MAJii Cl.OTIlI\G Charles 1 )!vrs. llE'r in DRY GOODS, that they have removed took place. die" said the child, and will you go with me ?"

DEUER) IX K.\ur C11a & Co., their WAREHOUSE( ; for PRINTED: The new mansion house of lfrs.lolte, situatedon I Yes,"said the mother, we shall go In G d'fl
IN. -10'; : ;, n A r". &? &c.,
nj
-- WatertrcK, COMMISSION M r: KC H A NTS, CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, 'from Pearl, to a high and commanding hill, some distance own time; when he calls U from this life, we

f h NIT A.i.iltchic"h, FU. Water street, No. 11 Cedar treet. Bv confining their attention above the junction of the Wateree and Congaree; shall dwell forever in his presence."

)fly 47 nov3J A ulichicola. Fh. to PRINTS ONLY, :Messrs. E. & H., are enabledto had been made the principal depot: of the convoys It was a little while, and the mother bent over

I J. C. Allen, ---- --- exhibit an assortment; far suppas-fing any ever fry'm Charleston to Camden, Fort Gramby and the grave of this little frail flower of intellect,

Wlul"df .ml IC{,.t.all D-alfr inDIL" IJo( kh:1l"t A Yotia before oflered in America; and to sell at prices as Ni lety-Six. It was surnavided by a deep trench, withered by the untimely frosts of death ; but she
'...... OILS COMMI3SION: I and! FRVARDING I was alone when in the twilight shades she
% M)1iaPU\I! ; ( low, and generally louver than those whose at- which was defended by a otl'UIIg and lofty parapet sat

UL.i ', il.liEs: .\c.. &C..fl MEICIIAN"I'S, tent ion i is divided arnoni a large variety of articles. erected along: its inner margin. Captain 1cPherson upon the grassy mound, where the deep and yearn

=u; No. .">3 Water street The stock coiHist: : of several tholls till patternsand command the garrison which usually consisted i-ig hopes! of that fond heart were gathered in

.f grn'ral.. umortwiit. .ofOOXS nov3 A:> ila Nicola F'1) I : colors, embracing every variety of AMERICAN J I of about one hu-idrcd and fifty men, but obvious! silence. Oh no! The soft and silvered
\ BLlv} <., S. PATIO NA:< V, Vc fcc. --- I tones of buried love in the breeze
; PRINTS whispered and
fi;! ; AND FORE GN ::) in market ; which was now increased: by the accidental iJrri"'alof -
Ceuire::; Connurctstrtts! JLs. Prod. E. Dtt;::ts,
curof
[Ji'ted the drorpirg flowers overcharged with the
f which exrlutivrlyfor detachment of drags This
nIr FI". miny styles n are got up a 'ons. body,
no\:;) -\IItI'lcllICfll t. FACTOR AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT [ dewy tears of night. The diamond stars, that
be obtained elsewhere Lora
n --- --- ----- their own sales, and cannot on its way to Camden with despatches; for
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E. B. t1'It iUntl'sa, : except in second handc.Dealers Rawdon had entertd the fort a Jew hours before one by one Came forth upon their shining; watch,
Xl). 3'"aft'r <;treet, Apilachicola, Fa. seemed beaming with the light of that deathless
rt'iitni'irx-i y llictiurdson,) in Prints will find t it to their interestto the appearance of Ihe American itrces, led by
(farii'rly DiMl.TIIIM. 'C/- \\.llImikp lih"veil :)iflvaiiivsoticonsi: -:1t; call and! examine this stock, before makingnirchises : :Marion and Lee, to be>c-ige: it. On another hill, flame, which burned undimmed, upon the inmost i
of Cotton:! to hi- fruii'i.in Liv.riol, Havre!: :Mireilln doini will s!.rine of her heart, and she enjoyed in the holy
a' I I. GOOD I >. G'{ )r-itt.-s j { ; co %FECTIONAilV. elsewhere, tor by so they opposite to the north side of the new mansion,
?:, :\fw York! ('rChirk'sto.i. nov2T. > letrninsc the lowest: market 'tlll.d in which Motte hours of solitude, that communion of pure spirits,
,rt VIvJErVJJLES t V-c., 1 : have the advantage of : ; an old farm house: Mrs.

anIr :,I'. 2\\ i \\..1t cr street. !I. A' C. II. A;.;tin, price and cornparini: all the most desirable:; and had forme ly resided, and to which she hud b< e-> which our exalted faith alone can bestow.:

XtnhHiifoh. Fh.lic1uu styles in market side by
nnvM ,VARJING fashionable : by Capt. Upon I.eiglit
Foil I
C 0 )I.1IIa'iN; I avid! [
TS; Cat \ln;ues of Prices, corrected with every Lee was tatio'ied:. with his corps whilst :\1arion"re'tI Filial Lo Lamproc'es, the eldest son of So
-I A. Myers MERCrIAN of the market! in the hands ied : the of t the crates fell into: violent passion with his mother.
variation are placed a position oi; eastern:: ciecltvitv
AUCTIU x i-::;:t \ \t) cn: i.i.\i I.JSIONMUJJCJl.VNT :: Olice: No. 4I. \\streetLairs. mf .huver ,.ci itn' riche on winch the fort stood. A six-pounder, Socrates was a witness to this shameful behavi-
l
I Ap icaicoia, r t. : and the correction of it in the
i ur, attempttd foU[
be No. 'J J Ar.itcr street ),3- Lib-jr.il a Ivaii'[ :!,s initle J o i C itton, consi i;nei BLUE SPORES"-TRI ANGLE IJUlLDiNGSTli despatched; by Greene: to t.e;: aid of Marion, \\as lowing gentle and: rational manner:-Come
nr',. novlfiJis. mounted on ab.tterj by that niiicer for the purpose
of : AI'.tchicnh! t, Fh.I. to our friends in NVw Y
ncv5 sonsaid he.
___ -.-- os. ill. Doyle & Co. ol raking the in.rlh side ot the enem\'s hither, : Haveyou never heard of P
U, C.I.\. DLE1{:; & (JROUKRS, Lee attack. men who are called! ungrateful:" demanded Socrates.
It. it' 'notl F. Farrior, SHIP pirapeihich \\as preparing By "

A U ( : T I I 0I.K K R. GEN'EKAL: : KEM2IV1\V\ ; ( ;. F ).: A' \1 DING, i \O.. 2 1, 4 Delord .street corner of Front Levee, the huh of May the works, were in astateof such "" It i U to rec.'t'ive. a kindness: said Lam. .

Corner of iValer lid Centm trt'.t8. <": U.\l .-SIGN' 'lEa: lI.\ vr, and at No. -2''f' Natchez street, lorwaidiiess: that it was determined to summon prides, without making a proper" return when r
NIL !9 Columbus Illoei.nov9 coniinai.daiit. On Rawdon had there is a favorable opportunity. Ingratitude isa .
: N. ORLEANS. the the sanleday
taken
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h Ilt:
T.ce rib pro-
i.ib r tent very "
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of therefore said Socrates
Fla.L. injustice ,
lIwlic01a. species ; ,
;u o.a: -ut Stint, corner of Crtltetn 11Vtter.treet-, Ap --- avacu.ited Camden, and proceed .d to Nel'.n s ter- *'
1 should :hink so. answered Lamrr les. "If,
heOf bprt'llu d loattfud f.tithr'illy and proin.itly to any t ngWHOLESALE: AND RETAIL DEALERS
JlitC2ll 2 re-in then Socrates be
; nalM-s intra I, R E C E1VI X (;, F OII[ W A R UI I \' G, AND Window' Glass, &e. Will keep const,tutuon! advanced to the Congaree; to cover the besiegers. does it not follow that the degree of it must
P. HoT>iirl, COM.\I1SSKJN: ) .+>Er iC: I ANT: followsVHITE be proportioned to the magnitude of the favors
hand iiood assortment of the above as : Under these circumstance, McPherson, though
a
\'UFVCrtTilK.t: 'ii: DE( .\hKIl IN No. 37; Water slrettnov9 that which have been received?" Lamprocles admitted .
of the
.ichicola! Fla. LEAD Pure Extra, Nos. I and 2 ; destitute artillery re, lied to summons .
\ -
Apal '
rUItE the inference, and Socrates thus pursued the
r CAll 'it.: F1.tNI Venetian Red he bliould continue to resist to the last moment in
Red Lead
trVater.treet-L5'tairs. White and dry; ; interrogations: Can there subsist higher obligations I I
ply novlJ( ,j- u. 42 A|)il'icliicold, Fla. Wylsc A; :.1COMMMSIO -:. Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivoiy Black; his por. In t the evening a courier arrived from than those which children owe to their j
R.awdon's
of Greene: informing Marion of movement }
t -- > ( ) I \ MERCHANTS Chrome Green and Saxon do; redoubled parents? from whom life i is derived supported, I. !
and him
activity.
the Francis lalHIl:1J1"tl N>. 4'2: vViter street, SpriUh and French Brown; Blue Black ; *, urging upon reached the and by whcs good offices it is rendered honorable I
On the Ith, the i.ntish:: general coun-
\\ ){., :s\I.:: VVD :l T.tlD:-:.\LSR IV Apal 1.Ic:) cola. Green: and Blue Verditter; I'Virt Motte, and at night encamped useful aid: happy ?" "I acknowledge the of ,

iiZ ,, Dit i .';J )J ;. c.;I. J frll I XC5, tlA IN, &.c:. ALVA \VvM:. > Chrome' Yellow and Oranue! do ; try the opposite! ground his that 1m fire truth of whit y.ai say,replied the son; "but who
and Cobalt 0:1: highest !. in: route I
CK.lp fur C'1.Y'r, WM A. McKENZin, 5 senl Iv FIN'E COLO\\{' :-Ultam trine ; might c..u'eto the besieged the certainty of hisapproach. ci.uld suffer! without resentmer.t, the illhumorsof .
.
A i'1a.Geo. Y l'1l0L lke and Crimson do; have?" What
I
octl Chc ,ply 'l'hO 21l1" PresiI, Drop( d.,. ail A'itwerp Blue; Ind'nn Red ; und thing has she done to you ?" asked Socrates. I ,.
c.f the
left but
trench small
ol Ihe a part :gn
S. IIa\v.iitis, COM M IS I'N ashl r*O I il W .11JItiG r Chinese! Vermillion ; English. ; do; within the works uncovered, burning: the house, I' Sl I;e ha a tongue,replied Lamprocles, thatno r
tod :
, :lrrJtxt! { x CJJX:Ll.\Jit AT LA.V, MERCUAN"I T. Vandyke: Crown; Turkerv! (Tniire! ; therefore must force them to surrender. The mortal can bear.u How much more," said I
.. Water .streeti -4tairoel'j ", Tern de Seinna Purl? Brown' ; York do; endured from
JOO- :jU /i -Vpl.lit. O.fi'e, :X-i. :31 ; -an. to.iot iowsa darrcwswith.missmtecnm-! So'rates, has she your wrangling
r. N1 Colu.ii.us ilk .v itt'r ..treet, 3'n AiHl.1'.li/'ola. 'Ia. Crocus Mortis; )n'1*f-llr3reent bustible pie mm.-nced. frctfulness and impatient cries in the period ofinfaflc.'v 1
matter
: waimmediately
FU. E-ner.ild and Paris Green, &c., &..c.o I What from the levities
ta Ogv.j= AulctchicII1 i, ? anxiety capriciousness -
officer of his
ad ; JOEL W. Pcanv. WM. C. DICKINSON.Perry rnr VII.t u.1:.. oDir IlIU:11IuI''un'3_T.i i seed; Oil.. ;, _Dr.,..- hniled Lieutenant Colonel Lee and every andgratilYin and follies, of your childhocd and
daily experienced the most cheering t
mty.doty. A. G. SernzneSt & Dickinson, .. ,)Turpentine; Sperm Oil; corps proofs of the hospitality of beautiful youth? What affliction has she felt, what toil
ATTORNEY A T LAW.Ofict : MERCHANTS, Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,0')0,0)0: ; and watching has she sustained in your illnessrA
COMMISS'ON: [ manJo.i doomed to be thus d stro"'ed"hil t her
.\v .> C lJt. SinMtHf* building Varnish do. of all sizes;
:
stur-s
lsd N*). 42: Water strew-'J ) Badger Hair politeness: her tenderness: and her active benvo- new island for the Guano trade, called the
streets. No. 1 to 8; ;
S.\j1 Tools from
c.lr. ot Ce dre. Cointn rce ucoh Fla. ;
n0vj Apjhc: lense extended to the lowest in the ranks. The- l discovered in lat. 25
r ov5 AluLicaacClll, Fla. Artist liable Filchers, flit and round; :\I.rcuTWa3 lately 42s
e ux. h. : ____________ Brussels do Blinders of all sizw; dotructioi tf private I rcpertyZ3 t at all titi.esp.cul >uth.l f: ng, 14 53 east. Ilia a mile in eircuzcfVrence t !
John II. hull, ; arly distressing! tll I the two gallant comm pod three of mile from the
and in quarters a.
;1. 1C. Wood, S lhle & Camel l H lit Pencils U li long
.. CITY .Vr.l t UriR I : of the late linn of Stork and KalWme: Brushes mlers, and these considerations gave a new urii-west: print of Spencer's Bay, and one mile.a
)Wf'' [./\': .'1. Harden $ Co., Szsanm'i. GalIAL' flit edge to the biitenuss o. the M-ene. But they d a half from the northwot point of that
and
SO- ) streets. id
lice, :or Ce tre: w\Afater tCll.\XT, Marking! Brushes\ mil ; 4a
roaSU CO \nIH3n[ ; ever ready to sacrifice their feelings to their Filth to take, and
:sib llnr't1 il ichicuU, FU.J Scrubin and Shoe bnnhes; were bay. pasage are easy per ;
'. dt11U.- _Au O.Ike, No. 45 Water str:et, :, .>t lined and Patent do; duly, and Lt-, f<'reed hin.self to make! a respe t- felly clear. Ti.e best anchorage is oti the east
\kkf>\1hoI:1Y: .
ic23 A )alachicola: Fla. : : ful ica ion to the lady ''ctin4 I leer and half cable's
.-.ncs F. Farraor, I Whitews'i and Mop do; cointiU: re-.p: side of tie: islai.d, one a length
tiro'ad btr; .\-OAJ xorAUV PUBLIC, white Coach do des invd loss. When the intended nieasur.- fiorn its shore, in five fathoms, on a bottcm.of
-HE"-CojaI; ; ;
V.\
it AnlielucoU, i"U. D'I.Fi,I G. R they. ;and Furniture do waun.v.irted to htr, tie c.-tnplacejit\ smile sand and clay. Near the full and change of thenuon
; tCIIAXTASD Cabinet I'nlishhs ;
4"2m ; Ofce1.0.. J CtJIIl'n' Rtock. COMMISSION v; FOR WARDING ME : w' ic settled on her features at once d s tiled a heavy swell often sets into the south partof

sdI'f& nII Is ,v" all/ ra.)s:tfl11y solicit UI tilt patronage No.DEALKit I l 43 Water!: l.\T street.(;ODDS, W'NDOW lh..ticfor GLASS2't'Pictures, &c.):) hnx assorted sizes of the etnbarr.tvment ol the aaitated officer, whit the bay, and renders it there unsafe for anchor- ,

or hii irieiiU: and.tclhttintance: ,. Apalachi :nl h, Flt.Doclle French.! Elfish and American. she lecl.ired I that she jlJ" full y ge her house tithe a Ft". There; can be little doubt that, like Ich -
: Jm29; tIn .d of her cO'lntrami s'lould'delig11 to s -e boe island is sucked with :
ftjMixed: Paints of all colors, for steam: Boats go< Mercury gu.no.itt
II. :t. \\Vno V Gardner : with it ial flamed. Slu.rtly after, seeing accide itally
together a
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and! Plantation use; to law and Doctors
Shinpinsr! which had been: prepared, :;- Lawyers rarely go ,
bow d
the
No r.1Rtr PUBLIC I GROCERS A: COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I! variety of articles in the Painting line, too numerous a : arrows and into his .!seldom or ever tnk meh ieiCea .
b ?.fice, cor. C Fla.
\IJalKhi ols., Fla. tiencLos) Apil&ckicola, .

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deposited with the district judge LATEST
Loss Vessels the Hahama JSanks--The DAT
1 APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, DEC. 14, &(,. sent prices, they would probably be more so, to of on where the electors assemble. In case of the failure Liverpool..Nov. s.
recent losses of vessels. and lives on and near 23.fNew York ,,_
-_ operate st prices considerably lower. to receive other certificates: by thr' first Wednesday llavre.. . . u .... -,.
: afFord satisfactory remuneration the Bahama Banks, have awakened much sympathy in the of the United 2l.iNewOr1eaq. ..
it is "
f1 present prices a January\ duty lIa\ana\o, | 7-
THE COTTON CROP. to the planter and he is content to increase ill every! breast and produced as much wonder States: Secretary State to send- special; messenger Charleston, . ,. 7.

II We clip the following from the Mobile Advertiser his! crop with the prospect ef selling hereafter at at the apathy of the commercial world! in regard for tiv nn- left In.the custody'of the Judge, MAIL: ARBANGEMEKT.NORTHERN .

F Vi a* containing matter of interest to most still lower prices, he will of course do so-il not, lo these events.: It i is well known that nearly as above mentioned. : : AND WESTERN JUTT.
it is with him to the remedy. X. all vessels bound for ports in the West Indies On the Wednesday of February Congress Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock Pt
of our real r3. The superabundant production apply and the Gulf of Mexico, avoid as much as possible proceeds to ascertain the'rEs'1ht! of the 'election. Closes T eday* and Saturdays at 10, pi\{. .

:i of Cotton, and low prices consequent thereon, i is the 1st inst., the Gulf{ Stream between the latitudes of 25leg. Tellers are previously appointed, one by the Sen. XT. JOSEPH MAIL.
Srnators.-On
), a subject which has cnsjasjed the attention of some (Unite State* ( and :3" deg. North and that fhos.i bound ate, two by the House. At the hour specified: ; for Due Tuesdays and Fridays ar 6 o'clock, p M
lIon A. Foster t the the Senate the Hall of the
Gov. Bouck appointed the Henry the purpose repair to Closes Wednesdaysand :Saturdays
make :
Westward of SO longitude, at 8, A :
deg.Vest MCOTTON
VI of the best political economists in the South. House' their clerk bearing the certificates received
When we sly the best political economists, U. S. Senators to supply the vacancy occasionedby Hole in the Wall" on Abaco: and then have, from the several electoral colleges of the States.: :MARKET. =-

the resignation i of the Hon. Silas.ri ht ; and in thick and stormy weather, a ticklish and anxious I The President of the Senate takes the chair and
we mean the beat: theoretical writers on that subjcct off the Bahama' Our cotton market has been active
I
the Hon. Daniel 1.. Dickerson to supply the vacancy : navigation, until they get after announcing the purpose of the joint mee'ting, this week
for we must confess that we would like to Bank and ascertain t their relative situation. proceeds to break the sal of the envelopes, com.I except at the: close! when there was less" i inquiry

sec a little more practical mercantile knowledge occasioned by the resignation of the J on. When steering Westward through: the Gulf I mencingwithMairieandproccedinginireogniphicalorder : and the lower grades receded in value J a 'c. \?

N. P. Tallmadge. These Vacancies having: occur Strc'itn, coursing between Cuba and the Florida handing over each to the teller without read- Inferior 3a
$ quote, 3.j; Ordinary3J
exhibited with their theories. Of all the schemes in?. a 4 ; :\tid.
red durin: the rece;::s of the Legislature>, the Executive Keys: the dangers commence after leaving the cIting 4* aJ.J Middling Fair
The and read ;
superscription of such 4J
,
contents a
are 5J
proposed to enhance the value of cotton and Light at the Hole in the Wall the currents ; Fair, $!
t appoints! under the constitution of the United ; l by one of the telkr The tellers then count the a -.
I : : check it3 over-production) the most absurd, in between the south end of Abaco and the Berry votes: and make: duplicate !lists thereof which Are
until the action of the The of the week!
States Legislature.The sues
amount
to
the 2072
On
Islands and diverse. BerryIslands bafcs
are strong handed officer
our judgment was the far-famed Macon Conven to the presiding who announces the ,II
; which have often proved( the fatal end of; result, and declares the person, if anv, who have follows-: at 4; 12 at 4 1-16; 15 at 4 3325
;
: when the laws of Resalutions in reference the a:
has to
tion. The day long passed: following; miny a voyage, there is no light ; from them, received the majority of all votes given bvthe electors 4i; 10 at 4 3-16; 261 at 4h] 133 at 43- 10 4

I r trade can he set aside by report: resolutions and Special agency sent from the State of !Massachusetts : when seen, the navigator: takes his departure for to he chosen President and Vice President nf 259 at 41; 145 at 4 9-16; 292 at 4J:; 253 at 4 n'u 7.16:

speeches, and the public mind is fast settling itslf submitted in the South Carolina Senate I his course over the Bahamas ; if wind and weather the State: The St'ntthen withdraw, their
: ; was chief clerk. bearing with him the votes of the 408 at 45; 58: at 4J; 21 at 5; 25 at 5i; 41 at 51 :
that faith cr
.' favors. all is well for the lead, *
; right on that subject. To us it appears that the by Mr. DeTreville, on the 2d inst. : elector.-! ", and! one of the list made by the tellers, per lb.
ful friend the sailor easily give the course
to ;
can
cure for the evil complained of, is to be found in Whereas information has been received, that in to dcposile! in the archeive of the body. The President
it i is
but the danger, and a great one missing elect! is i then waited] by a joint committee COTTON STATEMENT.
upon[
the State Massachusetts! :, has recently appointedand
LastPar.
: r the thing itself, for if prices go below the cost of sent: to the City of Charleston a Special Agent, the course and touching on the Orange:; Keys. of the two houses, and the Vice President elect -

I ; production, it must ultimately check production. with instructions:: :and authority institute -proceedings My recommendation to merchants would be>, induce by the President' ( of the Senate, and notified of Stock on I hand! 1st Sept .... .... ..3Received 211.

l We be told' that this will not be so, for the at her expense in the-Court's of tha United : te! government to unite with England and their election.In this week,.. .... ....6,120
4 may States, for the purpose of testing the constitutionality other governments mo.:t concerned in the navigation case that no persons:: receives!; a majority ofthe previously, .... ...13,479
reason that Planters cannot cultivate with negroes electoral for President the House of lleprcs .Total,. ... bales -19r.c2
: of a certain Act of this State, passed on of those seas, to place a good light on the votes 21150
anything elsVc do not admit this, and the r1wof December, Anno Domini 1835: entitled Northern Berry Island, put a light ship, well furnished ntatives; immediately proceed to the choice Exported this week.. ... ....3tJ, : ..
"'.\n Aet more effectually to prevent Free usual hy ballot, from the persons (not exceeding three) prevjoii>ly. .. ... ..601
with the with bell and other appurtenances
have subject.We fog ,
we some acquaintance Negroes and other persons of color from entering wlio have received the highest number of votes. Total, ... .bales 4,442 395.1
1 know that a large tract of country now devoted I into thi': State: and for other purposes." : midway the channel, from the Berry; The vote in such cases;; is i made by Statue: each --
Islands:: to the Orange Keys in three fathoms of maorifof Stock hand not !
only on cleared..i5j
allowed
to the cultivation of Cotton, is neither by oil' And, wherea?, we have always! regarded the State being one vote a 1719
afnn'sllrl1aw as a necp-ss-m: measure for the security water: in latitude 23; deg. 20 mm., and then a the IlepresiMiffitives: of said State present decidingfor
or climate adapted to its profitable culture. That of our property, and l\n\ peace and good or- beacon with light on the Orange Keys. With whom that vot shall be rust. A q-mram] for Fll luG UTS.

4 portion of the Colton Statps, I'inorth; of West c1f'r: of :,o'il'tan:1': repent ]indications: have not such a range of light and precautions, the navigator the choice of Presiden', consists i! of a Inprn'r! or To Liverpool .. ... ... .. .... ... -Slnr. Ik.
'\ only proved that w. were not mistaken, but that would cheerfully run his vessel, and merchants members from two-thirds of the Srnte: ;;. nn'l a ma- New York,.. . ... ... .... ....K e 1&cc
_ I Point in Georgia; "i is too cold in Sprin, with frost nothing short of the most rigid enforcement of and, insurers have hope of safety. joritv of all the States i jss: riecesrv for a ehoic. Uo-tOtl,.. . . . ... .. _. .. ...1.'lc "

i too early' in Fall for Cotton ever to be a, sure' tin said law: to its: vrv letter can save y.s from I have wondered, when anxiously going over If a Present) is not ch OS-MI:: bv the 4th of March, I unengaged vessels are asking advance for

11 crop. Grains, Hemp and Stock would be a more th"insidious policy and practices of the abolitionists. the track above alluded to, how it could be" that the duties devolve upon the Vice President of of the coastwise freights and we quote foreign at jd
of House ,
Therefore, Resolved, That while we admit the Senate, or Speaker dIP .Representatives -
t profitable investment for their capital and labor right of the State of Massachusetts: to elevate the the merchants of our country could be so easily; induced as is;; provided in the rise of vacancy: by with not much doing either way.

t than Cotton-aspin all that section' of country descendants of t the African ra;e to thp rank or to trust their vessels and} the lives of their death, Tt'i II1.lion. Are. --==--- -- --- ---- --
status offree white person and to confer on them friends, over a navigation so beset with (danger: In the case; of a failure to elect a Vice President, EXPORTS OP"COTTON FROM APALACHICOU
lying South of Fort Gaines in Georgia and running all the rights and immunities' which the most favored and} yet make no effort to point out to the noticeof th" choice is made\' the Senate from the two Commencing.. lt September,. IS-t-1-dutl *tme

through; the whole cotton growing: country, of her citizens enjoy within her own limits, the government the necessity of some appropriation highest on the list 'candidates.:::. Two-thirds of -time: -in-- It4J._ _ _
r is much better adapted to the cultivation of Tobacco we deny that she Ins any right to require us to to meet the case. Vessels and property, ii th: whole number of Senators i is a quorum for the ----- 'Past :1)Fevi-1

p\'tend to such of them asinenternurlimtts.the! is true, may be insured and the loss made up, but purpose, and a majority of the} whole number is WHITnER Exro7Tzn. \ '. OU ly. 'TYJALat'a 1l
: Sugar and Rice than Co on. The long immunities jmd privilf?,.s:: which ar j secured by necessary for a choice.
Constitution of the United States to her free no insurance can recover hack life, experience and The President elect i inaugurated on the -tth of I >).) .. -
..
period of dry weather of the spring, and the and to this positive 1ns insurers !should New \ orli.- ... 'JIM
,
white citizens alone. energy, March, the oath of office bein? administered to 164 ...
New Orleans..1
ravages of the worms and insects peculiar to the Kesolvcd That the State of South: Carolina direct their thoughts government loses much him by the Chief Justice of tin! United States.To .- ... .. . .... : () .. .1.H...... .131lJnton. .
climate, makes this article of culture quite as Uncertain oujlit not to submit to any dictation either from indeed, when by shipwreck, the veteran: seamen I the: Vice President the oath i is administered: by : .
--1 1Ii a sister: State or from the Supreme:\ : Court of the -the enterprising youth-the man: of business a President pro tempore of the States, chosen for Providence..5'9..I.. : _-
as it i is: in the country North of West the .. .. .. .... ....4 395
United States;; on a subject of sneb vital i importance an.'lrfhe fond family. are hurried together. to eter ncasion.IIIARINE $
fe'il' !r: Point." Oar friends of Gad den County. have ._. 1. .tr ., .t, ...... ......."n..nt if I'r f'nlnt""r! nr..nl1 have + -: ".... -
I'l IlrlJ'LU:: : <1> IIH I'V-llllII .11 'I' II' I v-/luj' n ( v'"j- nity. -Thcjlate gales in the West Indies =

many of them been sensible of this fact for the lation ; and should! 1 the aforl'saidrt he declared clone:1..t: damage, but the damage sustained! by I PASSENGERS.IVr .
lN'FEbL1EXCE.1
: unconstitutional and invalid by the Federal Courts, I =tpmpr Jas;; Y ::3rlh-Cai;t A* B tauton>
of in critical
loss life
navigating a neglected
yet
I 1 last two or three years-and have devoted their the principle of self-preservation: will nevertheless : Messrs W \\. Chtlver, Cock. C :
T'lt
l
is insurers; and ----- --------- -
-
reproach ---
on owners
course, a -
capital and labor to the cultivation of Tobacco, compel hereitizens, at expense;: of life and proper- .- 14.- ton. J TifisVm Hrcit'U. R F Lyon.
Awaken the attention of our mel'cantile POUT \P.\L.\CnlcOLA..l.c.(
t
government.
tv. to uphold and maintain the due and mid! enforcement Per steamer Ague Brooks.
----------- }
t 11k which has proven to he very profitable. The Tobacco of the said law, according to it'n'. community to this subject, and ere Congress ---- --- ----- -- ---- -- --- --- Per fteamer Oconee Mrs Hufchinson and fam

tg1 which they cultivate is the thin leaved Tobacco letter and spirit. shall convene, something may he done to CLEAIJKD.Biri'i" :: D I ily ; cttharlesVheaton ; Messw T B How
Lurr.ibee! for no ton
11g used by cigar; manufacturers for wrapper: Resolved, That the conduct of the state of forward public energy on this important< matter ; I Wood & Co.Russia: ? > afd! D P Towues.
Massaelihsi'tts: in attempting to procure by Federal ) our growing Southern trade demands prompt ac I Orleans. Per steamer Siren-A J Code? and i JJy\
and it is said to be to the best Havana which ; Barq-ie Odd, FelliPettin ill. for New .
preferred Judicial Legislation i the repeal of a law, tion. I B.K-hC C Yoiis-.U W H ml. .Mr Du) "nbfrri.
You
Manhattan Doane for New York! rse,
I wrapping Tobacco. We are told, that it is sold was! intended to be and i is a barrier, between the Your, in the cause humanity, Stone Brig Co. Per steamer Siren-Gen'I Mercer, Maj D.nu
slave: and th* emissaries! of the Abolitionists: : is an Messrs Welborn and Nii.
'i I on the plantation at from twenty-five to thirty iinwarrantoble! and gross insult! to the people of this ANOLU_ SALT. Brig :MetamnoraVeek lot New \"nrkElli- Per:s-tesinier Apalachicola-Col W FoneyrRC C

cents per pound-and in some few cases as high a :State. The pat has been a hlls.week. with the Shan son >fc: Co.Briir \\".L Jones, Tyler, for New York Harper Span[ J Ncwcmner.

} price as fifty cents per pound has been obtained. ty owncr::. An edict of Council had gone forth \; Holmes." Per steamer Lt".I-Dr ockhart: and' fsunily;
ITEMS.f \V
!
( We wish we could induce our friends throughoutthis against the unsightly momentous of the late conflagration Brig Paragon, Brayton, for Providence, T I, 1E\.ll, C'nl I l.tlhaJ (lul'Jr.. ,:MessrsLLCat Dalpr.\liM
from Customs received atNew Flivirmiy, hl ;
; The revenue and .their destruction commenced in :Mitc'iel.Brig I. (

_ portion of country, to engage in some other York, from the 1st of Jimmy to the 1st of earnest about the middle of last week.lost of Empire, I>wis for New York McKay &. )liler.nrn.! ; .>nmu-J: M! '

article production than Cotton for we are satisfied them levelled) hclhre Saturday night. \ few ILirfshonn': ler h.ill1 ; \-rihrF.
were : : )[ LI and
Han forJ
November 1".J 14, is$20,351,715.: I ; Schr SmirSnith: for New Orh'A: :Mver "rs n'r. :
k that there is no hope for bettor prices than maintained their position umtil Mondav: Tuesday : Pi-r Iterler!- Ch un; Spencer i&Lsoa( ,
(OC- The LttjHlatur of North Carolina mcf at Seiirll A Schroler. Stallord for: :Sr. AIirks.Sdir : >nn-\rs \
when the lasf wlkHg of!! at a ort Johnson and Ni .
wis seen
:11
have in diminished for New Orleun Mc
we now except production.Facts .A-lilin-l, Bradley: ,
and the fonsiiltration of Raleigh, on the 21st nIt. D. S. Gaither, Whig of grumbling pace, towards I he Capital Spare.} Kay ..\; llart::-\linrne. .
I 4 ob.1crl.'ationfffor has been elected President of the Senate, and the It was made to turn a short corner, however, and IMPORTS.NEV
-,. the Cotton Planters of the United Stnlei.-Ky driven I into a more obscure! situation.Talhhasseo I \T- t;It> IV' I''?-\I. YORK-Fvr bark! Eliz -293 pks mdzt"

a statement' of the cotton trade in Europe for the Hon. Edward Stanley! Speaker of the House. : ; now that t the-?? shanty establishment = :I- liarpEli7.a! T.ilbot, fin New York! to KcK.iyfc : to II II Taylor; 1'J lUv Co: 19.5. bars. iron:

( first nine months of this year, it appears .that .the $3- The New Hampshire House of Iiepre:!entutives have(>f'n removed: from the public *quires < HartshornirM"I -*. XoirsStone Jc : 9.57. pi{s nrlze, )[cK'yt
stock of American cotton on the 1st October in H .\hlrtmi, M.>rrit, fin B..lth.11': ., toIIari'r lart- ore: 6: Lorkiiart. V Ymisisr; 4J: tons mar
Ins resolution con. request and will like herself The
: nem.
street again.
pl&sel: a anpear] : CXD-iiiirifi I ; f J ,)k<;s mdzeP lioburt; 15Han>r
all the ports, was SS'2,000: bales against 853,000) ; principal! business street, which was so completely \ Holmes.Brig" ) .Holmps[ 40 : 25 1 Robs
t their Representative in Congress, ana in- Yucatan: Baker, fin King-ton, Jamaica.. ; I Ely; rt Allen k Co;
on the IstOrtober, 1S13. swept by the fire, has been nearly built up 1 W G Porfr Co; 29! J C .Allen; 163: MealsiCrawtoid
their excrtions'to nrMer.Sdir: !
t : That period corresponds as nearly as possible trucling their Senators, to use with hindsomc brick sfnn-s, two stories high and II A Schroder StalTord fin New Orleans ; (;U B Eliol Ar Co; ; 11 D B Wood;

J with the termination of our season, and hence it reduce the prscnt exorbitant rates of postacre.:' generally uniform: in their ;all;ppirancn.Star to UMt-f; r. Butts \; Saiiiord IlimJ' ; 5 S B Hamiltnr !

I follows that there was an increase stock witha 1 Arkansas in his Florida.C fm .\\ S iViiurel; 251 Wyhe McKenzie; 21 Raj.moml !.
QC/- The Governor message! \i[: of Schr Pr?.i'I"1It \ cif'I"'On! Do-ton. tomasf r. \. .
\- (H-irdin.{
of O3JOO: hales. The taken
only quantity
crop : SclirXvhlan 1. Hrtldlefm. New Orleaato[ .
of olllccr to investigate
for consumption in all Europe for nine month, recommends the appointment an : The.'! Plnntt-rs': Bank of Savannah has declared McKay: te H.irtbhorne.Sie.imer I ; RTIP I I '. bark AlaHuna-100bbkpotatotJr'

was 1/217,00:) bales, which is at the rate of the pale of the bonds of the State, andsugzests ; Sip-n; Van V( :.;htl'n. fin Browns Ferry. 15 tiMixhay.: -J; ) ft Itllhtr, to order.flOS1'c'tr .
t dividend 1 i of Unr cent from i its
L '. J,023,000: for the wholevear. It probable thata the propriety of repudiating thnse. which a per profits St'rntr A'lg'ista. I Hall fm Col'imb'is.! .' scar ,PtoMdent Iarison-

variety of causes; which mar not exist next fl.r( (the past six months. SitMrner t ihencol.i! \ '11HoI1. I'm Jerni.in.Stcarnerf ; pkjjs..n \\"I nvh.c*! \ .\t-1S:, ;tfle.: Co; "_ V

have tended diminution in the have been disposed of in violation of the constilu- /'nmnion.. .. Ca.vail!.' .!. i. l.,.]r. ._ .fm.. Cola. .itiliafiiiCIl.ydti. .';. f \ a t'it \r.NEXV"
to ------- -
I 1 year, produce a .J l 1".1__ C'._._ [ .\IIf'n. ... [ ORLT-A.\S-lVr srhr Ashihnnd-6 bbdsu.ir .
SrUM ;
quantity taken for consumption this -.ind lion ann jaws 01 I Ill: Man ]); ;nifrnlPllt of oI'nelJp.'I.-L..ttr>rc:; received{ T Ag'i s, .
year ; vI) hh1 i3 tloirV U PMter Cor 6 hhd.11Ja..c
j jr hence it may not be unreasonable to look for a \fji5-! The Supreme Court of :Massacliuselt.s has in Paris from Constantinople, d-ited July, contain Ste.uuer: C'ttrl.tol.Ooone: :!; !Gn-er., Freeman fin Columbus.Steiin fm Oolumb'is.Steamer : {,, I.) thlS.1ork 2 CaskS bacon, 12bblsbrn.

large increase in 1815.; I will ume that! it may decided that the declarations required to he made some( interesting information relative to M. Botta's : r Lowell, Moore, fm .Terni '1n. lod'I & t ;;rdl"r: 5... pcs bagging; 5( ropp

: be J,500,00'1 ( ), though I am aware that many will recent discoveries at Khorsab-vl: near Nine Steamer(;,'n :3'1 III ptl'1', Thompson, fmCr.lunibus.B.irg .1 \hwho; :3 buds siarar I ; 10 bbs! !

t ('Oflsiderthis too hijjh an estimate: and its accuracy by an alien as to his desire for Naturalization mn.the veh. Eugene: Flandin an artist, has been! sent : .' .\delin"Iyrick.: : fin :\lanal1lJI :\. bhls hour, 1'" p'!'i: mdz-,. Nonrse: Stone& Co; 11

can only be tested by time. To meet the made: in open Court instead of the Clerk's office out !by I the French Government for the purpose' d.u -\!! M Burt!: 12. pCs iizin"0zie \'yTe ," MeKen...

'5 demand, however, whatever it may be, there i isin as is: now done. of making drawings of the excavations: which are .I-"f OF: VESSELS;;J:. IN !POUT.S'tll'S. ; 5)) do = 1 :ktllnnn: pkgs E U'Vhi1ItrsL .
actively going 0'1. Botta has discovered two : : 23 Pl II;. cons rope, 6 ca5kebacoal
the ( :
first place the stock on the 1st October, '
; liThe correspondent of the St. Louis Republican I H & C bIds 16bbIJ
.
when no part of the new crop had reached En- }: doors uniformly! adorned with bas-reliefs ; on one :\IarFr'1. :1'i s, 3'2T; tons, Boston, !leldinD B ilonr. 2 c.i.-ks 1 ctiti.0..t1 lihd.s; Ml/ IIM Green'ICI (s, COD.lery -

rope, . . S S . . S . .552OUOThe says that Sectors: Ilentoi and Atchin' on side is represented a colostl: bull, with a human: \Vno-l! A: Co. (i caf-Us I : b con, hh! Js sugar sugar, 40( \flour,
.I stock in the U. S. on 1st will .certainly be re-elected tl) the United States I head, and on the other a human figure with an Element. Tamer, 410 1 tons, for freight or charter- : f bagiri; -lr1rler;& holmes; 1 pkgmcizeN
Wood Co.
1) t
ill1p September was,. . . . .1 GaO'))) Senate. eagle's head and} wings. Thesp doors an fifteen i I Tallah.iss'e I 433: Seymour: !H l 20 Lbls whiskey' IA( )!
feet in height! and into Iladley tons, waitin-J Day: C L. I IeBaron I bacouCS
and theq'iantityto come to mar- they open a hall 120 feet corn ; 5) wll.key, 2 casks
A Co.Tarolinta .
John! Jr. elde-'t of the President :
Tyler, ,
son
:
ket for the vear ending! 1st Sep. $r long. The only wall which i is yet cleared from I, Smith: : 519 tons, Liverpool t, I loading: .romhl ol, 2X( ) pcs basins, order.

tember, IS ii;, variously estimated t is a candidate for Congress: inVises district : rubbish (that on the !southside, ) is covered\ with a .T ]la to Co.

at 2,2111.000( ) a 2,.'>!00OrJO: :: Virginia. lie is a highly;; accomplished, and series ofh"t: <;-relief.:, representing battles, explained Sabbitfis; Co'1t9, tons, loading, otoo-1: ) B RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.! C
1
bales: I will assume to be. .2,300,000 with considerable I ( by in cription... The bill on which this building "r 00'1 .\: Co. Per steamer Florence-57 bales cotton to
intelligent : man, practical -
young stands i is surrounded by :1 stone wall, with Tn \....iln.'illiarn..;;, 420 tons, Li\'t.'rpoolloadin- .McUy! ; 2QJ{ to C Rogers .to Co' 100 to D B Woo

making total of.. .. ..2,160,000) experience, and has filled an important office bastions. Botta is actively i exploring t these ruins i ; Nonrs"\ Stone to Co. \; Co.
cotton
Jas Y Smith bales tJ
!?q V ,v.De.luctinsc: from this for home during the present! Administration with much he has fifty laborers at work and it i is hoped() thatin Floren(Harper". L I ach: Holmes.EKzi 2TI{ tons. freight or charter- Lockhar Per steamer.\Ymin-; 112 to J-171 Day to Cojllt1Vryheto *

I 1 -consumption and stock J 1st Sept ability. the! l'a'e of ten months he will lay open the '.:... ; McKenzie; 106 to S T Skillman.

J ncxt .. .. . . . .500,000There ; (:t:5- The Supreme Court of the State of .-\latma ,,- whole. lie has a l'rtainetlth1t there is;, on the : Talbot 279! tons R.Rl1", New York-:McKay & Per ste-imer. Agnes-ISO bales cotton to Chiii1<*
I dd -- direct roid: from :Ninevvh/ to Khfr ah'l(1. a chainof Hart; shorn"! 'Rogers .to Co; S.J to J Dt to Co; 1'1) to Harper*

.4 J will remain for :\port..1 1 ,oooco)l lately decided that marriage: being a civil contract hills envered with brick and( marble: bearing: .\Iamnn.I'rrit.! : 34S tons, awaiting freight- Holmes; 3.hhdsMigar to Raymond \lardl. 1

i : ., P is valid where the persons united declare inscriptions. }Ho infers that: these hills were formerly 1 hHjlf'r.11 "';.' Per steamer Ocnnee-200( hales coton Il

;*. which} added to !thje stock above, makes.2,'-t2OOGj ( their intenyon\ to be husband and wife in a formal the basi-s of L palaces: and that Khorsahad N Brown, An-lros, 19d ton, fm N York-Master. W'oml.' Cot to Hil, Dawson &to ; 5 v
and aftersupplying the (supposed) de- was a fortress situated at one end] of the C'itv.- :Master. Nourse, Stone 'Co; 2 to Lockfiart younb
t lnand of. . . manner; in the presence of witnesses, even The which i is Tiberw : ITa; we:*;, 2' (0. fm Boston, awiting freight Per steamer Siren- bales cotton and !
) I . . . .J c'on no') quadrangular: space, surrounded 1 by pease to T II .c; C H Aiiitin 7 to B & Hawley;
Wm H Kimbmush, V Co. ;
marriage license has been obtained ;
i .1f.: through no : ,
the wall
and which contains
.. !' the hill of Jonas, 5 bales! cotton and 16 boxes tobacco toT Pr< :
Collosstits :Me.Donnlfl :3M9 eok
ton Liverpool: loarfnr
''t t C'r.ew.IlMremainonl Oct., IS 15! a nor the usual ceremony- administered by- a author.' has hitherto been supposed: to include the whole --=-J Day Co., 60 :bu.hel; corn to W G Porter to Ce; 2 8 j

I -stock ot.. . . . . . . .1012,000( ized per on. .'. extent: of the citv of Nineveh-. -..,., lint.* .v Al M 4. JJl'lltl rwt-. I Rolla, Gibfrsuu,* :J1 ? ton, Boston-W G Porter corn to Pt'rr\to Dickinson! ; 16 sheep and hluriL h
I l being an increase! on the stock of 1st Oc- Dunn, the convictedre- considers it rnrWS probable that: this space was' q\;- 1,0.,. to Tcliel"& Hare.Lcow and calf to Corn

tuber last of..l COf00f) $3- George: young man only the great court of the palace, while the city Lion, Alexander, 33-S tons, awaiting freight Charleston-421- bales cotton to t
That such a state of things would be attended cently at Pittsburg, of the murder of Mr. John I extends as far as the hill of Khorsabad, distance Harper to Holmes. I Kimbrmh.Co; 200) to J Day to Co; W"*|

with a farther depreciation in the value of cotton Anderson, .of that city, has been sentenced to be of I five caravan stages. This conjecture accords Br.Ir. Lockhlar Yonng 3.to McKay \HaiMion NC1' '

it there seems fo he no reasonable; doubt, and hanged. with the possibility of the prophet Jonas having Yucatan, Baker, 177 tons:,awaitingfrcight-Master. zie to boxes rndze T;H 12 to'y1t to.5flfl.3bb ,
to
ri it would be difficult to fix the point of deprecia- wandered] for three days about the city, which Camilla, Mandieul, 19:3: tons, .New York, loading cider; :to Henry Hodges and two cash packag"1 ti|
coThp.<: stock subscription books of the New -Chas Roger & Co. ;
lion that will soon be reached: if the present sys- would be incomprehensible if the limited space Old! \V II Kimbrough.to Co, and Raymond 'HarfiJ-l ;
Colony Chase 244 tons Boston
)i tern of increased culture be continued. It must York and Erie Railroad Company, under the new I of the quadrangle on the Tigris be supposed to B wood! &: Co., loading-D Per steamer Apalachicola! -230 bales cotton.vMcKav Co.

I tie borne in mind, that while price? of cotton are arrangement, were opened in New York on Tuesday have been the whole extent of the city.The Bordeaux, Barns, 236: tons, Providence, loading- to Hartshorne; 352 to \\G Porter&! ;

( now so low both in Europe and the United States, an
the cotton trade (or manufacture) ta in a high:: day. Two millions from that following describes the manner of casting Republic Gates, 139 tons, Philadelphia, loading- 41 to on;. 2 to
are required city.
*tateofprMperit, under the combined influence the Presidential votes by the Electors, and the Chas! Rogers & Co. to B
j. 3 of a great demand for consumption both at home 03: A !ilve mine has recently been opened in rno'le specified declaring the result. Star, Chase, 161( tons, Baltimore, loading-Chas Per steamer to Co 155 Lowell to McKay-274 &bales Hartshorac cottOnWood : !
I and abroad. I,* it not evident from the facts already Blount county, East Tennessee, which promisesto "The Hector for the several States are to meet Rogers' & Co. Wvlie to McKenzie; 93 to Thomas Floumov: ?
;
f stated that the low of the article on the first Wednesday in December, at places Historian, Lufkin, 242 tons. New York-loading to
price re- be of great value. The the to liii!. Dawsouto Co; 4 to Howard Ruthenoijj
4 companv-who: own designated in their respective States by the Legis-i W [H Kimbrough & Co. ; t
r -stilts from over production and from that cause Per steamer Gen bales
mine are making extensive for working htnre' and proceed to ballot on tickets SCHOONERS.Christina Slmpter-2 cotJODr
preparations separate for X
The ] is &
alone? ;
% supply evidently! far in advancer Godfrey 59 Nourse, Stone 12
President and Vice President. One tons, freight charter-
it at least of the or
r the demand j great as that is, and by all the and will commence smelting and refining pf'r'on'oted! for must be a resident of a State Master. 508 to J C)Maclay; 15 Harper &Holmes;

k.1 laws of trade, continued depreciation must be the as soon as the services of a skillful Assayer can be other than that which the electors resides. The President. Nickerson, 65 ?nfl5'ton'1ater.; Perry to Dickinson.Per 119 bales cOttOD r

r conseuenceuntil! a different relation of the one procured. The ore, it is said, is very rich being electors are required' to make and sign three certificates Romeo, Yonng, -tons, discharging Wood.. steamer to Holmes Champion 100to D-b Wood & Co; W MHajper ,
;
r to the other be brought! about. At the present considered worth two -each State stating the number of votes -- -- ------- ------ Lockhart & Young. 65 to Howard & jtut.hetf0'
hundred I
I :: prices of cotton, the proceeds of a crop of 2,=100.- and fifty dollars per for President arid Vice President. Each certificate EXPo TS. 50 to J C lacay42 to McKavto HartshorWtoiWylie h,.

000 bales will fall short of tho e of the last crop ton. is to h- sealed and endorsed that it containsthe \STOX-Per barque Kussia-1030 bales cot.. ; 4 1:0: W G Porter & ;

2,030,000, at the average price at which it was 03-: There are 1GG Lodge? <,f Odd] Fellows in ] vote of sII':h a State for President and Vice ,ton.NEW Per &:Adf'lne-O IcKenze bahs cotton to 'V G Ior
President and annexed it certified I
to a list
old in the United States, by at least fifteen million the United States, and .11,027 J contributing mem- electors of the State. All are to be addressed of the to cotton. YORK-Pcr brig Ianhattan-566 bales; ter & Co; 32 to Young; 10 lo 1

I of dollar*, and this fact I think very conclusively her*. The revenue from the Lodges for the the President of the Senate. EcrurJ" Jefamora- bales cotton. C I Austin. __;::;. -
: : shows how absurd is the attempt to make year One of these certificates is to be carried to its Per brigVm L Jones-455 Off '
bales
1; tip for difference in price by increase in quantity. ending July, was"J)2nQ.!) Expenditure for the destination by a person appointed by the electors, Per brig I'mpire-)80: bales rolton.cotton. O FFICE DESK.-A fine large double*jli W

This will only aggravate the evil, for if it were relief of sick members, assistance widowed fa- a majority of them, in writing. for which he is to IB VIDEXCE-Per brig Paragon-559 ba1e I Desk, (has been used very little,)I

flow assumed as certain or very probable that I miles, and the cduc:1tioa of # I be allowed 2.> cents a mile for hiq expenses going COltONEW>|. sold low by JASFFARRIOBV k.
l
orphans
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79,027,19.! I :ud r-JtunniK', and! i is bound) to ilcliv] :rlii! diarje at i; OrtL EANsPer$cbr. .hhlall! bales: nov30 9 Columbus (


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\V S1. W. Sat WM. W. CHEEVER. "' .-- -
Card. ALEXANDRIA -
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LOTTERY. INSURANCE t "AGENCIES.
on board: Sims A CSiccvcr, Fall and Winter Arrangement
the undersigned, passengers: CLASS: No. 43. '
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iv tic Steamer "SIREN," on her late trip COMMISSION MERCHANTS: To be drawn at Alexandria, D. C. Dec. 7, 1944. -' NEW-YORK:CONRIBL110NilIlI'FIRE ; iJ I'tfhJ,"' will TILE leave U5. ?\Apalachicola Ial1 steamer SIREN,

tender our Office No. 0 Columbus 8E\T}; Tr.EIGHTUIBER: LOTTERY .. '! every
Apalachicola, (O- Buildings /: 1'.' TUESDAY
to I Ithanks INSURANCE .. and SATURDAY
(roO Brtibridse Twelre drawn Ballots. COMPANY, Office. .. .-.., =_\ I
to Capt. VanVeghten, Officers and Crew, I decli Apalachicola, Fla.: nO.,- 57 Wall st.. insures: Dwelling Houses Warehouses m I.t at 1.2 o'clock.Leaves :
Scheme. Drowns
coolness and Ferry t.'erv"EDXESDA Y
their unexampled exertions, I T. J. SA.NFORD. M. M. BUTT. and Buildings: in general Merchandise and SUNDAY "at ;
for ONE PRIZE OF ; evening S o'clock, and Chat-
Trace in our perilous situation on the morning Sanford A Butt, 30.000 Household Furniture, Ship bnilclin Ship? in tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12

J the 13ti. ult., in usuing their best endeavours COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 1. .prize of. .SlOOIO. .is. .$]uOiJU : Port and their Cargoes, and every description of o'clock, M. r
and undercharge 1 90( .r oyu VAX VEGHTEX & SHARPLESS
of lives property >, ,
preservation No. 2 Columbus I ptr o:1all'rnplrty, against loss or
the Buildings damage fire.
by
for recommend 1 ..J,(IJUI) .-ItOI)1J __14 Contractors.FOR .

their And do cheerfully decll Apalachicola, Fla. l..o,JOiJ . . 3,00 J J. SMYTH ROGERS President i _I.I\"ERPOOJ.--'rh

to the patronage of the public. :>. . . ...1)0 . . .7)0: < I It. W. MARTIN, Secretary. fine fast-
ben ship TAROLiXTA
Iasollic Aoticc. 9 l.11Tlqai1in: Smith, mas-
X BAKER. 10. 1 ,201) .l',000QC5 Directors.J. .

THOMAS LEACH, THE Regular Meeting" of "FRANKLIN ) 1,000 10',1 J:))1). Smyth Ro;fr?, E. D. Hulbiirr.las. :ag..d and going haviiij on two-thirds board will uf have her cargo des atch.en-
A JEWETT" No. 6, Tor the election of Officers 1 00.400 .40U': ((0GO }?rynr, John J. Palmer. for

JOHr CHASE.V will be held at the Hull Wednesday evening ( .. 100( .((5,000 Jas. MeBride, Peter Lorillard, ec4 freight or passage, apply to
\ B CIIEE5EBOKOUGII, next at 7 o'clock. The members will be"punctual GO. .5;V40 2'0tij. ;; .lolm Adams JasMcCall: j DAY ft CO., Water ?r.

JOHN SHERIDAN DICKINSON, in their attendance. ; ;. ., '" . .: John Ilaggerty, H out. :McCoskry, FOR I.Il'arOULThe ship TUS-

A W.M L CJ..E.C lEXTS. (S3-: Members of the Fraternity generally, are OG. . ... . .'!,ti) 10 John(;nlian! Johnson C., VWplanck, Henry HenhVn Parish, hINA: Williams, Master, has the most

tiec14It invited. By order of the W. M. !=12. .... . . .30 . . .::3,'.)((;50 Joseph Kernochan'm, : Scott? Wither', ; d her cargo enned ai.d going on board. .

Notice. JOHX D. ATKINS, Secy.Apalachicola 3,9i(1". . ... . .20 .71J-20'i i i Peter. Xevius, Ferdin
NEW YORK, December 2d, 15 U.Consignees Dec. M, 1511. 2",710. 10( .'J-Y7.40!) Hichard Irvin, Ueo P. Pollen, NOL'RSE. STONE &. CO.,
--- (.'. V. S. : tier; -10 Water street.
", K'oo.-evelf William! Colgate
: ,
To the of Goods arriving: Drills and Medicines. 30,31t3- Prizes amounting to_ :JIUIU) Lowell Ilolbrook, FOR
icula insured in J\"ew York: v-/ LIVERPOOL.The superior
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at -1pllltlt. THE sub cnber has and will TICKETS :frlO-Shares ,
= in proportion. barque COLOSSUS McDonald
underwriter in New York: have !sullbred have hand I :0-: "The!) Contributionship Insurance Com master,
constantly: on a complete has
two.thirds of
i willwith
hercargo engaged,
N the
above Scheme
THE much by the improper sacrifice of goods assortment( of DRUGS and MEDI- combination of 78 numbers, formed hy the ternary pany," will also, insure: against loss or damage by abut despatch.I For freight i apply to
making 7(5,070( tickets
,told t at Auction in Apalachicola, on account ofi and CIXES of the which be
damage. The policies require, in case oft Merchants and Planters) will find it 220( Prizes, each having three drawn numbers; NOURSE, STOXE & CO., Agents, FOR BOSTON-The ship MARY

partial loss h} sea damage to Dry Goods, Cutlery to their adva'itajr. to call, examine and price his 4,3.V) each having two of them on ; and 25,740: nov30 -Itl! Water street. tf7 ;FRANCES, Jewt-tt, Master, will meet
each having; one only, of them on and also 1 io,7GO) wlth immediate despatch. For
Hardware, that the los shall be a,cer- Goods, before purchnr: elsewhere.' ; : freightct
#other N. B. with tickets having; none of the drawn numbers on, rifl "GEORGIA & THUS} a lew bales on deck, or passage, apply to I
-PhYi'ian'prei'criptilJns
put up
uinedby a separation and sale of that portion care and accuracy at any /hour of the day or night.J ben; blank: To deter rnll1e the fate. of the-;:e COMPANY: ," with a Capital of S'
(rt/yof/ the contents of the packages which are C ALLEX, prizes! and will blanks be numbers-from 1 to 7>: inclusive paid in, :and. security invented: will take FIRE, -(1ec7--- 29 Water street.

and not otherwise, and that the same derll cor of Centre and Commerce severally placed in a wheel on FOR nOSTOS-The f
!ss.Will. SABBATT1S
damaged: IN AXD, and MARINE RISKS low ship -
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the day of the drawing: and 12 of them will be on as
------- - --
shall he allowed us to all other merchandize Cox, master: will meet with des.
principle II. KEieibrough' & Co., drawn out at random; and that ticket having on terms :as any other good} Office in the United
jy&patch
for the above For
as far a practicable. The Rules also CO IIISSIUXXlJ: FORWARDiNGMERCHAXTS : it, either one, or more of them, will he Prize*. State The above named Company }having paida port. freight
deck to
ui or apply
,j r that the damaged parts:, of Cargo; h? sold : The ticket having: on it, as;; a combination, the passage
require large! amount of looses; in this City during the D B WOOD & CO ,
No. "l1 1 \ ', Fla. 1st, 2d and :'id drawn numbers, will be entitledthe
of : ; Apalachicola,
:
mnall lot! to snit the convenience purchasers.U'liole nor O 29 Water street. ?
,n Capital Prize, the 4th, ;'tit and Oth, the. next, past ten years, and( in every instance, to the en-

1)ack.tesdeained for places in the interior THE iinder'unpd i -s'ticces-mrs' to KIMBROUGII and so on, in proportion. tire satisfaction: of the parties assured: ; rely upon 1 KJTfiJOSTON-The bn-, OLD COL- )

have: frequently t b.;;2n! sold at Apalarhicola in RIDGWAY, will continue business thiscity J G GREGORY & CO., Manors! their well earned reputation for a continuance of 2t v OXY, Chase, Master, will meet withissysiilespatch.
at their old Maud, under the above nain'.
B S HAWLEY For freight deck
the on
without the knowledge of the owner, by Agent, ; or pas-
,lot Thankful for tin liberal p.itrunue heretofore extended dec cnr. of Chestnut and (Commerce, ; public pntronnge.; a.e, apply to I D. B/WOOD & Co.,
Oivizneeth-re I ; and by that means deprivingthe } to u N, weagiiu offer our services to our !( :J- THE: subscribers having been appointed dccT} : .>'.> Water street.

of sound cood* and friend aid strict attention a'.1 l low Tax Notice !
J: owner of part p-icka-es by charges, Agents of the above named Company, are fully
.1 heivv IH< to some one, but for which, we hope to receive full share ot business in our conformity with an Ordinance, passed by: FOR PROVIDEXCE, R. L-The fine
unpin i: line. the Mayor and Council of the City of Api- prepared, and are authorized to act as such.J } Coppered brig; P.ORDEUX Barnes, Master t

\ hl'rt\ftflr, th :\?; b<*hicola consignees: will be I fCAdvances::: will he made }bv J. J. Ridsway in lachicola! March dud, Is 11, entitled "..1u Ordinance DAY &, CO., -=--L ), wants afew bales cutton on deck.
,
.I hfH r'rOn''lh1 CnlumbiH, on Cotton consigned to us. Alto the to raHe a Revenue (for the use of said City.i nov1.. ;r/j Wafer street. i'ur freight of which <;-r passatre, apply to f )

_l 'The nviltipl'ration of protest i is nut needed ; : usual advances made: ( bv tis, on Cotton for hip- I, Peter Hobart, City Tax Collector, }have this -- -. 1 1). B. WOOD & Co. t

: ort mo't, an oriil1J13nll) duplicate ment. WM. II. KIM CROUGH, day: levied upon, and will on the Itith day of December UX .MUTUAL I l INSUANCK CO.. ..pcT 2U! Water street. ,
inoriz'ml,
H. B. KIMBROUGH. next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in front of the of the Citu of .:A'ork.. ----"TuR I
ol the no w el in NEW YORK-Star Line-The j
protect the .\ tent
for.varJe-1 to !
iii"ob Apalachicola Exchange sell
:\pala f Xm20.. Nil. novOO"VTOTICE. proceed to at public I
Trustees fast sailing ELIZA, Talbot master -
t sufficient for all the New York un- outcry to the highest bidder much of the : barque .
York i is : so following .
New .-Siv JrIIl 1thafter{l date 1 will apply 1 described James I) P Oden, William II :lucy, ..: will have dt'. patch. For freight or ,
Signed l lS property, as will brins; double ]:\Io ..
' rvvritpra. : : 1 s II Grinnell, Frerl'k Wu inanii. the to
i to the Hon. Judge of the County Court for the amount annexed !passage: ,. apply to master or
together with all cots and Conrad
r ; W Faber
\LDWIN PrM.J.tr'ft'in Jos-vb Foulke, Jr. McKAY: it HARTSHORNE: ,
Franklin Coun'y, for letters of disini ion on theestate charges of sale. '
:Samuel :M Fox
Hamilton
:
MurrayVniKdgarIIowland 't
,
Mnrinr lillt) Co. : of! WillianVorriker, senr., late of said \ df'cU 4U Water street.
; Z SH} COOK! Jr.. Pre-f. d-c.M} i'tLWILLIAM Bl1)" '. : To vvliniii av-f.-s-eti. fc y et.-. Jacob R Xevin.Tobn -, .. I
. cou.iiv. 1.01-.1 j 11 Hick, Fred'k G Foster, FOR NEW YORK.-The fine co'- :
.tf',tm' ."f"t""S Co. I 1 WORRIKER, Jr.. Adm'r. C2 ;) Godfrey I'altison Richard K
E. Bartlett . . 75 Haight, & ,peter( and copper fastened hark ROLLA ,
s-vrrnfU'iiWAfrF.\ ., v. p..VT '> o -I 51C 'j idlley 1 1
B & Mason
T :\p _. ,, ,,Gibsrt: . r,rv faq Co.WM -- --- --- --- H2JIJ :J 'L. Bird:;al,. . : .f! -2 ;,1) Scliuyler Livingston \VinthropGray, "
board will have immediate as Wabo'e.
. XEIL"()V, Pre t..f1rr TII8 cubu Theodore A'letor, Ro-uell :Spnuillet on despatch
.
'rzrir'f, .11ufllrl Ttu ('o. fro-u New York and Boston, in addition Fl 9 & 12I .Calhoun: &, Bass. . .'!'itiotj' Henry Holdrese, Oliver Shtf, Jr. For balance of frc-iiiht or passage, applyto
tl.e master to W G PORTER &, CO.,
.
Anthony li \eibon Drake Mills or
,
A B XEIL'-'') \, Pre>t. to their former stock a large and general A I John Evans,. . . .I I2 fjj( Alfred Setnn decll .J
Robert L laitland Jl Water
street.
. Sun ..lfrrttrutIrte Co. assortment of Dry Hoods 'consisting in part of_ 1)2 I &, !) ) Charle o W t

, ; ABM O(.DE\, Pret.General Negro Kerseys and Linsevs ; IIIImp'd .1&.105.1: J J I mon d son-:;'2j 00 Bernard! : S.iqory(;Jraham I Joeph Klia.s Ponvert AI-op, Jr. + FOR NEW YORK-The fine brig .
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.Mnfi"tl c Cot 8-1 and 9-4 DufHl Blankets ; E:! 11 John Gilmore,. . .!' 2 .9J Tlieodore Dehon. John ) Van J turen. .CAMiLLA, Mandeville, Master, has her

WALTEIi It JONES I'rest. 10.1, 11.4 1 and 12.1 Mulney do ; 1 U Estate: of John Gillispie,1 J 'Jo) A B NEIL ON, Pre.-idfnt. .:-- cargo K wing: on board. For deck freight

;. (,\hf.1\laatic .11"tuallru Co. Super! Cloth" and Capsameres ; C2 IJ &. 7 Jacob Harvey,. . . 751)lrnpdA2 .- ALFRED SHTON Vii-."'lVsident.J01LN only; apply| ID CHAS.: ROGERS &: Co.

+ L r; !n:' ;, )It r. Pre- t. Kentucky Jeans and Kerseymeres ; 7 .)uhnKetns,. . . .: 35: ):) HTEilE.\.V: fcecrelary.underlined dec-;; '\"ater.treet. I

w fI(f.'l" .'frrrtntilf .'Irtnnllms Co. White and Ued! Flaunt ; Imp'd IU :f John Kerincdv..t j 2jO

1'I10111S11111VP Bleached! Shirting and Sheetings! !' ; S :! !J. C. Love. . . .'i i :y t ot,,) THE AGENTS cf the above ttR NEW YORK.-The brig HISTORIAN -

,. of the .-i ll i-1I re' ..Vutrffiff CtJ.J Brown ShiriMiir1* nrlLincJland =Sheetings-; 17Imp'd :3 William Low,. . . ,j.:{ no Company, are prepared! to take MARIXE .l: L C Lufkin, master! having
-.z
J PHILLIP HO *'', {PnM. "" Co:ton Osnnbnr s ; B2 11 !Charles' :McKinneyv. ."> it( () and RIVER RISKS, on the rno,t favorable terms. ,._ most: of her cargo engaged; : will meet

t 1'1 I .inrrinn .MutunlJT Co. Apron and Furniture Checks; C2Imp'd Ilj J. :Martin,. . . . : .1 _>."> HARPER & HOLMES[ \\itt despatch. For freight: or passage!; apply toW
II KiMBROUdH; & CO.
,
DiMiiw and Kremlin A2Ft ? (i Mirchell Mar/ell,. . :J s)
-- -- -- ; : '
tr Mr. lidilor :- I The friendf; :3.4, 7-';; and 4. t Tickings and Strip": ; ( 11 Joseph Mitchell,. . "i 5'') noel >l--Water-- -street.- --- dec 21 Water street. 11POBACCO.

. Kncf'i' li, French anc American Prints III1 I & 17It/ :M Hand i ) & !l1H1-:,. fl u) FIRE INLAND FOR PHILADELPHIA: finhrl s
; AND MARINE
: :
. P LF: \1-; will him fur Mdor
. SETtl : s-ippwt 1
.. HiIrnp'd J & t'! ;Peter and Jos Mitchel. t.(j n.il :/ ,
- C h'nerrii'rop( ; :Mousseliuede, i Lain ; INS U It .\ N C Iii. REPUBLIC: Gates Master, will i iae
ittheens'jiiig Election l in Ja.nu.uy np\t. "('rirl",- awl BomhazillC'! ; :) '. I:\. J. Xorris.i i i :'JIM:) -.. have despatch tor the above port. For T TI.kt"r

r decll MANY VOTERS Sup,'r Dlarkapcl fi:ur'd =Silks ; :m 7 iO' dell & Ferizuson" . j! IJo) rrIIE .-ETNA IXSUilAXCi: COMPANY iruriht; cr passat'e, opply tot1'c7
C:2 OH' +JDan'l. Hy.lO.j| ;3 ->:) ROGERS
, Balmrines ;' arlaton l Ginjliim CHAS. & Co.
; rufrr < ; ( ?:2',0.I( )!I and the "PROTEC
(Irnp'd l A ()Ii I 'Jrrfm Ra!:an,. . . 'JJ5
:.1r (rxchall: !',.-Checks at sight Super Woolen! Shawls and Fancy. kfs ; ImpMA2F2 Frank \\"tllte..1 ;j W 'i[INSURANCE CO.,-Coital 1.30,000' ? FOR IL\LTI.\.iOHE-The: new, fast f.
Silk and Cotton Hdkis
I. ao) Xevv Y'unc: for silc'by t I :M WRIGHT, lr' h Linen ; 1") i Henry Williams,. . .: ((5IU Ira addition to the capitals: of the above named -Iaililhriz\ STAR, Chase, master, will 1
. SupT < Sli.rlirijr ; PETER have despatch. For ?(I) to 30 bales, to .
decl 1 1 Xn. :\ Columb'j-s Block. HOBER'I hive each
companies, they a large surplus fund
Dm\lisand Table Linen
Draper, ; City Tax Col let tor.Apal.ichieola complete cargo; and for deefrt'i/ ht or passsage,
Plain an-J (fi'!in'd Swiss Mouvhn ; in reserve. Persons! doinir business with these apply m CHAS. ROGERS & Co.,
t. Ttb.!
:.7 Exchan e.-D..aft cm NTnrkan.l Jute 1SH. jelS tirnFitch .
Camhnek .Jaf ltl1lH"t and CheckedIous1in: dec
n ; companies may ret satisfied, that they arefulls' Water street.
t ) Pmvid to the! amount of their policies
- I farr': ia .'17 Water treet.Liberal and that looses; will I he paid winthout'!, vexatious l The fine new ship ELE.MEN'I'Turner, '
Thread. TapPm<: and :Needles.
. their
HAVE received tock of ..
;:. master; is ready to receive
technical : cargo. Ap-
Which oilVr \vhoc.-ale! retail favorable %@l delays or objection: *
s t--b they ) : in on sods consisting:, of Gold arid Sitter -
l I advunces I will }be r. ':.. l Iii) todec" I) B WOOD & Co.,
t. ;.ffJ : : term's. r Lever, Duplex I Lepines\ and 1 #fC/-:;:: THE 1 sub-jcriber having been appointed :.!Water street. r

.. wide on Cotto'i consigned tu their friends in nWUVILLTM 1 G PORTER dt CO. plain Watcbe-; Gold Guard and Fob! Chain ; Agent for the above named Companies:, is fully --

J' few'York: or lio-tnn, l>vW.M. ---- -I Giiird Keys ; Gold; and, Silver Spectacles; ; do Pencils to. FOR HE.:\ .-Two pleasant front Offi-

.J: G. PORTER & CO., -t .\.Li'in loie. f ur -air low to clo) ,e a coriijfnrn Fine Kings; do Broaches; Gold: 1 HrJcf>lf'ttBrJ.celE.tt :-: ; authorized to take risks on the lowest terms. .,. .1"! ;[jjjf; ces in Store Xo. 22 Water street.

_ jer11 41.atl'r street I 'r.t, by N< )ib'RSE: ; STpXE: & CO., Clsp\ : :\1'cL1IionliIiatur: ; : Ca.ps ; DANIEL.. DAY, _,1:11.11: Apply to J DAY& CD.,

. fo': dee t .p}Ii Water! street.liettiti. Gold and Silver Thimbles; Sleeve and Collar nov'!) 5)'Water street. tied 1 ;32 Water street.

I .?: Liberal advances: made on IlI- KEY.h) :)!; /
- fOI:1tJe1'S:\ of Cotton to Xew York. Bo-ton orLverprpol received per Srtr.! A'liUmd, for ale bv Shawl Pin; Velvet Ridicules ; Scissors ;' Razors Mtd; iii jl Commerce street, directly in the rear of

, l, by S T SK1LLMAX: "ITH -] I C.. L L MtOV, :'JO Water .* -- -' ( Boxes Tooth Xail Hair of the (' \h York. .
> :;3; Water >treC': (bare( : ; Fine Knives ; City of ? Liinv.j Tom Davis' House." It i is.
50 AY for sale low. close 'nni bvXOURSK as a very
to irnrneijt .
a ( : and Lather Brushes! Dressing Combs Shaving '1 ." ,
; ; Trastp!:!
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; convenient House having t five rooms, a kitchen,
STOXE & CO.
Nh The undersigned will make Water Snap ; Steel Twt'zerSteel; Kejs and Chains ; James! Ilnrpf-r, Abraham: Van Net, a good yard and a tine well of water: on the pre-

'ler31 Une,l his fuends derl 1_ .. 40. :street.JUST : Key Kind's: ; Pocket Compasses, &c.FISHIXG olin B LK-HI| Sila-: M Crandall, The said house will be sold reasonable
advances on Cotton con< to --- ---- --- ---- ---- -- -- mies. very
}let+rs. Tisdale &. Borden, Xew York. rpr'ejvp-i-trfn prs Men's Kip Brogans; T\CKLE.-Hod., Reels (a fine John J Boyd, William! B Cozzen, and is free from all incumberances.For .
article Got" Silk Lines Hooks Edward: I ki(I'hardon I: Charles L Vote,
and :
) Fancy ,
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WM. T. WOOD, ( 0'1 p'rs Rut=::-!tt Bro :.ln--, for Negroes ;; James Phaleu\ Jo'epn B None, further particulars apply to.

.! 33: Water streef.njv. oO': :) do Heivv Kip, (unbound! ) for dn. Shells and Floats. John Hcrrigk, John F Butterworth dec1THOS.. DAVIS. Commerce st.

3 Yja For sale bv F KOPMAX, ((0-: N. B.-Particular attention paid to repairing (;eore C iJc Kay, Samuel Sherwood, .- ----

;fj The I subscribers I are pre. f1p"11 l 1 Ch I !'tn'it street, near Water. WATCHED, CLOCKS, MUSIC BOXES :Samuel A Lawrence Zadock Pratt, Cornii

bred and JEWELRY bv. JOHX L. FITCH, Tlieodoie A Meyer, Herman D Gould, ,
'r to make lihpral advances on Cotton con- L U:\iB1w-IVhne Pi:te, planned, tongued CiLAS.V.. WORDIN.cor William P Farms, Joseph S. Smith, .'l.lp' II as a Marble Work Shop. Possession given

c TZned to their friend at Liverpool, Havre, New and groved, tor !sale: byXOURSE of Centre & Water streets. John T ( Jilciirisr, Elias T Aldrich, imiLeuiately. For particulars inquire of
yorkor Dosto-. I) B WOOD & CO., ; BROOKS CO., Loring AndrewsLawrence 11111 .
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: Apalachicola, Dec. 1st, 18!.t. dec ;, MILTON SCOTT,
Il Bnv5 20 Water strC'ft.The derl 1 4'''; Wdter street. -- -- Cyrus Cbenery ,Thomas Monahan ('c73t Waverly Hou e. N
Com : : ( )O feet of White Pine s Gt"or1eVhitak r, William II Townsend
subscriber will keep i LOUR.-100 libls. fresh Flour, just received LU\nElt-JO) from barque Russia.boar James II Saydam Amos Xoyes, ir' FOR RENT.-The Dwelling House

;i of'E'T -1,er schr Ashland, for sale by ; George Paleii! ,", John Breasted, sp"l lately occupied by B S Hawley, fronting
? jh the season, a good t supply INf For sale by D B WOOD & CO.,
fieri 1 C L LeBAROX, =3r) Water st. William Bursoyne, Leonard Apple by. ,::i' the Church
on possession given
Square
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b\ and WC5TKRX PRODUCE, of the beet .- --- --- nO\JJ.: t 2'J Wat street.. SAM TEL A LAWRENCE, President.
ar ,, ,which he nfTew! to the people, at fair prices, : 'FECTrOX.-\RY.--\ boxes;; of R L & JOSEPH B (JSE:3lc, President.. immediately. For further particulars apply to \

,} a I Itt ale Dilly. C L IB.KO., I CO Stu ait's Sream. Refined Candy, for sale byJ RIO !AND JAVA Rio Coffee COFFEE- LEWIS: BENTON: Sfcrrtary.C.UT nov333t JOHN BABCOCK. ,
200 bags
d, \2:1: 3fJ Water street. ALLEN, ; SAM'L CAXDLElllarine, Inspector. FOR RENT.-A front Office, in store
Java do. I t c-=:
do
r ; ---- I decl I cor r.f Centre and Commerce st;. 2) For Old sale Gov't by \\'ILLLDI'ELLS, Fire Surveyor.T rJuJt ffi [ Xo. 31 Water street-Up stairs. For further -

to. NEW NOVEs }; II particulars, apply toRAIMOND
e' TT7IXDOW GLASS.-Just received 7o box (DODGE, & GARDNER, HE subscriber, AGEXT for the above Company & SCOTT
IX PAMPHLET FORM.P'lK ,
" subscriber has just received from Xew I V V Window Gins' ., of the following sizes :- no.tlJ 1 40 Water stree.r. is now prepared to receive i applicationsfor nov23 3t Waverly House.

to. I York, the following Sew Works:- I 1 13= by 22 !,! by .Hi 10 by 11 CORN & POTATOES Marine: ,. Inland transortation and: fire .n._..iL'n_'. .. d
13"27 12 lr: 10"12 .-1 boxs Myer's aromatic Tobacco;
a.. "The Birthi itht! ," I-i "JIo.i 11" 16 s 10 hushs Corn Meal ; and to issue policies on reasonable terms. JL 0 do Strange's Honey Dew ; l
to 5t f) do Sweet Potatoes ;
c ,*' Adam Blanche of Xavarrc" Together with an assortment of smaller sizes, 50 bbls Chenango do ; STEPHEN T. SKILLMAN 6 do Carmo's do do; ." 1 )
Brown
which will be sold low byJAS :1) doz Mrs. Miller's tine cut Chewing do;
Prairie verv* 25 do Nova Scotia do, for sale byE 33 Water street. "' ,
.g "Gerolstein"B Bird, C ALLEX, B \VHITlfAHSHtded Apalachicola, 1'01stt 1S11. nov5 Gm"r. 25 doz & 25 lb* Smoking do. 1

IC (dccl 1 cor Centre and Commerce sts. t 2'Jj \l'aterstreet. For sale by E B WHITMARSH, ;

Arrah Neil, --.-- G. HI. Davis, novSO _29 j Water street 1 ti
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io Wandering! Jew, BBLS NAVY BREAD ; GOODS Barque Eliza. '
per ATTORNEY AT LAW
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-' )5 NEW SPANISH SEGARS
1 The Jilt, "' 15: do Pilot Bread; :) twilled Red Flannel Shirts ; 70 AAA ; !
Office in Simmon's of Centre I
Capt. Buildings cor.
3 "The Reformers." : 5UUU lo; <) sacks Rio Coffee; ,
1))) hf bbl Butter Crackers ; 300 pairs of Negro Pants ; and Commerce bis.-Up srtaira.
to' Havana do :
X. 100 sacks
B.-Arrangements have been made :5 do Sugar dn; 75; pair Satinett: Pants ; Will continue, as usual, to practice law in ; I
it to; S nv the Puhlwl! ". >' which all the NEW /) bbl Pecan Nut; 200 twilled striped Cotton Shirts.: the Superior Court; his duties as Judge of the 10 boxe Sweet Meats, assorted;
Claret Wine I
tare EL of the season, will e regularly re- 10 do Dried Apples, for sale byE 100 Check, Cotton and Linen bosom do. County Court, does'not interfere with his practice 50 White do Havana ; Brown do

to 15 loon as possible after their publication. B WHITMARSH, For sale very low by U as' an Attorney and Counsellor. nov30 Sugar do ; ;
to B S HAWLEY, F KOPMAN. New Orleans ; .
decll 2JV ter street.JARDWARE.1O decll 1 ,
det- T UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned New Orleans Molasses J
rd of sts ;
; ChretmU
... tfnr; and Commerce
1Q : tons Hollow Ware ; /"lOFFEE.-150 sacks Rio ; 25 sacks Java. 11 having been appointed Inspector of Lumber 400 sacks salt, &c., &c., for sale by r. .

fl.iM'2bhls{ ? Suirar Cured Hams. Shovels ; O For sale bv for the County'of Franklin, offers his services to C L LeBARON, .tdec7

or. by E B WHITMARSH. 5 ca..ks Hoe; 10) Anvils and Vices; WYLIE & McKEXEZIE, the public in that capacity and will attend to all 30 Water street. !' a,

...d'CI.......: 2U 1 Water street. Blacksmith's Bellows nov30 47 Water street. duties appertaining to said appointment. .
20 pair ; _
HEESE.--35 boxs Cheese. .
and Forbes street.
n ttlCK.-p'or !ale hyNOURSE 10 cases Cotton and Woolen Cards. & IHO '.-100 cks Nails ; CcjOffice corner Commerce JOHN LUCAS. C For sale by E B WHITMARSH. .

BROOKS & CO., For sale byVl1 G PORTERS., NAILS tons assorted Swedes Iron ; 1814. olO tfEGARS.Refalia nov30 29J Water |treet
ice Apalachicola Oct. 15
detll _
41 Water street.' do
16 Water street.ARD.60 decl l 5 do do English ; '
t c For sale byWM Havana and PrincipeFor -120 bales landing from ship Element,

kegs Lard, received pr Schr O IL.-I cks Sperm Oil. C PORTER & CO., sale by AVERY &. JONES, HAY: sale bv D B WOOD fc CO.,

. d Aland), for sale by C L BARON, For. sale by WYLIE &. MrKENZIE, decll ** Water street. dec7 '- 1 \\'atrr r tr2et. J dec 2:) Water street

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.t.-- .- -- u. JOSEPH ,
I NEW GOODS New and Fashionable Goods) GIIOCEKIES, No. 44 Water, near Chestnut St.
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and Itctnil \WHOLESALE RETAIL! Wholesale and Itetail. District of Florid-a.
'Vholesale
their THE subscriber begs leave to call the attention \ S. DAAIEREL 50 Water' street is FRANKLIN COUNTY.
CO. offer sale at ,
STEVEN >ON & lor his customers, and country merchants, to \% _
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stocknf D. K.
J Florence, a b Dodge, Compl't,
( I old stand, the mos' extensive and generalafort.neit an extensive assortment of GOODS, which he has now receiving per Ship) ,
(3 ; ; ; of t Goods they have ever before had in list received from New York, which he orlers at Goods embracing among others the following and In C ant try.

t i I'li! f1I tr'- l.t. They respectfully i.ivite their. he lowest: market prices, and on tie: most reasonable articles which he offers: at reasonable price : James Watson, et al. Def'ts.IT .
will be fond the lollowng PATENT 7rShIILSELF.ItEVOL. appearing to the Court, from
whicn the
I I frie'id*, country merchants, and the public genrallv term: -among Rio Coffee ; report 0(
> 'to give their stock an cximination before :- Sugar, West India and Rcfincfl Loaf; Master Chancery, in this case appoint....

purchasni( elsewhere. This stock consists: in Calicos, of all descriptions, Northern. Flour in bbls and half >bls ;, VING; A.ND ItEPEATINGl Thit the following sums are due by. the part',"
de Lames, hereinafter mentioned, for the i
part of, viz: 8rape de Ecose, Buckwheat Meal in Ihs and quarters ; l 'J.'OL instalments here.
tofore called in, on their stock in
S i vr black French Cloths, Hosiery: of all descriptions, Mackerel in bbls; halves and quarters ; in Fancy Hardware, Fine Cutlery, the Fnnkr
Medium' black, blue: and invisible; green do, Silk :Siuwls and HandkerchieU, Newark Cider arid Vinegar ; DEALER &c., consisting in part of Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public .
and Ca imeres tice( is given to the
E.Ilish hereby
SJI>T black Fre.ich Flannels Checks, of various qualities ; parties r pecti'el]
do Apron Cegars and Tobacco Fine Pen &, Pocket Knives, and Scissors;
1).:> fancy: and: Doe&kiu Bleached and Brown Sheeting, to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse,Rece-!:
; 3-1 and 6-4 Tweeds: and Beaver Cloths, Umbrella and S.iades, Snuffin bottles and bladders ; Razors: and Chapman's Razor Strops; in said: cause, together with the interest ther"from

A Si \?-Silk, Sum ani Phid Velvet Yeatinzs. Milts, Gloves, Cull's, \c. &c. Pipe Fowls ; Sperm Candles and Oil ; Elegant Port Folios, for ladies; the first day of March, 1S43o their :

Rich! Cihmre, de pos e and :Mo-jslin de Liine3. Over, DreS3 and Frock Coats: Soap ; Cognac Brandy ; Holland Gin ; Steel Pens and Pen Holders ; tive shares:! will be sold at public auction respec

Rich pi li il 1 an I figured' Silks, black: Lustring and* Casstnzere: and Sdtinett Pazit Syrup and French Cordials and Wines ; Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pens; cordance with a decree of the Court of in ac.

.1 Snsi: iw doB11 Silk and Fancy Vests, Brandy ; Gin ; Rum ; Domestics ; Red, Black, Blue arid Indelible Inks ; for the District aforesaid, to the Chancery
fi.J and B-\lzuinc
Merino pay
ani AI\ca! Flannel, Muilm and Hickory Shirts, Pickles ; Patent Inkstands: Fine Letter Paper se'er*
Cheese Butler Preserves; ; ;
; ; due and Sale
do Coe Priuts amounts so owing first Wedn"
r .! rich C.tsiire &c.
C I'IH'I:; il:} Negro; Pants, Jdckets, &c. Fine Gold and Silver Pencils .
East India Bagging ; ;
FI Ieg l irlston; an I u inc.iester Gil1 ham*, Calf Seal and Water Proof Boot: Spices day in December next, to wit :
I 3 icoitt wiss. Phi 1, Lice aid lLOltluahns, Calf,, Kip and Russeit: Brograns, :Manilla and Kentucky Bale Rope ; Genuine German Cologne, and fine Perfumes Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due 1*

C i-n'inc ti?'j nett, rUM cap, and other do, Ladies' fine, col'd and black Kid Slippers, Manilla and Kentticy Twine; for Handkerchiefs, &c. March, 1S43. . . .. . .. .$1,660> m
: I'' T.ird Lice, T.iread; Edging, Bobbins do, Tapes, U Walking! Shoes: Keniuckx Packing Yarn ; Nails ; Bear's Oils : Toilette Mirrors; Hudson A. Thornton, II II 3, jQ.

&c. Ac. col'd and bl'k Gaiter Boots, Spike ; Bar Iron an.l Sect ; Fine Cloths, Hair and Tooth( Brushes; Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
Li-le Lice and-Edging: black Silk and Cotton of Miss and ChilJrcna' Shoes and Dressing i .and Fine Tooth Cornb*;
c Variety Smoothing Irons and Fire Dogs ; indebted on the same day and year. .. 973.
IiLC \.:c. cc. Bootees:: Chains Silk and Fancy Purses ; Suspenders; . . . 6.
.'. Scotch ari-l ll iji i Di tpers,Crash and Hhuckaback Fine )Iole. kin and Fur Hats, Waggon Boxes; Trace ; Morocco Pocket Books Tweezers; John D. Howell 0 36.5)
;
Naokitis! : Table and Toilet Covers, Cotton Hoes ; Collins1 Axes ; By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmarfc
Hats
'; :'I AI-.)-\ large) assortment: of Domestic Goods, 3-4 Caps Hunting of! all descriptions., Table pnd Pocket Cuttl ry ; Ladies') Fine Feather Fans ; Judge of the Superior: Court of! Franklin count/:

I too 1 Brown ilomespuns.BleicVJ Superior Black Cloth, Guns and (Pistols ; Steel Pens ; Feather Dusters ; Key Rings ; in the Apalachicola District of Florida.

ol, : Sneeting:: and 3-4 to 12-4 sheeting, Osna- Cassimeres: and Tweeds, Powder ; Shut ; Percusion Tape ; Violin and Violin Strings ; R. J. l\IO<;ESlIast..r ,
Needle, &.c., &.c.
J'I :.tJ birr* tinetts Ken. Black Satin Ve.-tiugs. Flints; 14'tokinGlasscs: ; Coftec Mills; Sewing & Knitting bar. in ChaflCry.Apa1arhicoh .
TA-illM'.Teins Shirting Stripes, S.ll Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery. Also, a good supplv of single and double August 10, 1S44.
... tnckv Jeans, Together! with a variety of other Goods too numerous Globe and other Lamps ; reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which heLfrers -
rl 1 Ntro Kerseys, Linsey, 9-4 to 12-4 \hitneyl will sell Shingling Hatchets ; : .
: : to mention, all of which he as cheap: (for( Cash.Apulichiicnla. Jackson Superior Court,
L l>ian\ciS low as any other establishment in this citv. He Books, Shoes, Brogans in great. variety ; Oct. 1st, IS 14. o7 tf Elijah Robins, }

I ." 9-4 to 12-4 white Massachus.Mts. Quilts, Mosquito respectfully invites you to call and examine for Crockery and Glass Ware, &c.: &,c.Fushionable vs. > Attachment for $1 11557.Catherine l .
N'Utin'?, Also-An assortment of Hats and Caps, will insure him share of B. )
As'ul mJ, :S,ion ing, Cassimere>: Russia: : Kabbit and in lucements that a Tailoring.rpHR :: zZ THE subscriber respectfully informs T IE Defendant: ({ all others interest h-d ar..

clth.'r km: 15. your patronage. FRANCIS KOPMAN, subscriber: havin. jut arrived Irorn New 1 the citizens of Apalachicola notitied of the institution ot this s'nt by al.

ft J !$ : \ Cloth and Glazed Caps, Boys and: Children's. fancy Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings. 1 York, with a splendid stock of Cloths, C.nsimeres and its vicinity, that he has erected tachment returnable to the next Spring term of

: C.III M-tt. &c. of the most fashionable! _-_ on Commerce (in the rear of Court of Ja.-kson l li
and Shoe Apalachicola, Nov. 1. .... Vesting!;; the Superior cmnty. |jev,
A1. ()-An aortmant of and Boots bound; do ?, coarse styles, which he i is prepared to make up in the 1/ ,,, No. 2-2 Water) street, a BLACK see fit to do so, they nay: {dead to the derlaratoi;; :

1 Bro line an*.Calf M"n ew'd: lin: d aId other Boots,, NEW GOODS( ) most fashionable manner, and at such prices that SMITH'S SHOP, where- lie is i prepared filed) in said case. A H BUSH, PI'ntt'v..
Ce\\a
; Lrhe.tiae Kid Slips, Walliing: Snoes, Gaiters, \'iIl'e satisfaction: to his cl1" tomer The business : to execute with neatnes-i and despatch) Marianna, Nov. 25th ISh 14. declII
Wholesale and Ketail. of ren.somhle terms, nil work. in his
13'it'c.. .\c.: will be under the entire management :md on thp... most --

Tog'-ther: with-! great' variety of Fancy Articles, ELLISON & CO.o.. 33 Water street, WM. C. LAWRENCE, who i is well known as: a line of business, entrusted to his care.RICHARD S Marshal Sale.

'I s-icli as L dies' Fancy Work 'il1 iskets anSI Boxes, B. ofler for sale, a fresh stock of well selected person that is i: fully competent t.;) suit the taste of PARKER. BY virtue 01 three writs of fi. li,. issued i from

F Hair l'rus.its, fl llY Sn.IP:1, evtra German Col gne, GOODS, suitable for this Market ; among whichare j the most lastiilious( from his long experience in Apalachitola, M I'Jth.! 1 1S-H-3mTailoring. Superior Court, for Franklin Count y ani

Gold iiJ! Silver Pencils, Tortoisp shell: Tucking the following : this business. I shall continue to keep a first District of Apalachicola in favor of John Hardin,

I..4 F an 1 Si le C-omb*.. Rildin; :;, Bullilo and other do, of all of Goods for Garments, togethei B. nitoT Cam arid Isaac: S Jaques, asjainst( t ti!e
descriptions
; Groceries ; assortment
idles' si; Purses, Hair Pin?, Artificial Flowers, rate TERMS Cash on Delivery. ) and Trust
e 1 Bleached Domestics of Scarfs, H-indkerchieH, $3: : .j Southern Life Insurance Company, t tom
4 CuS Jcc. tec with a sreat In l.ny other Brown and ; with an assortment rcfcived.I .
.' Bonnet ; ward Pall and Winter Fashions just directed, (the former purchaser having fiitaj
1 articles us Lilly ke, t in a dry joods establishment, Latest styles!' of Printed Calicoes; Shirts, Stocks, &.c., to fit out a gentleman's !
: THE subscriber respectfullyinforms
of sale I shall
I / with the terms ,) a .l\n'"trcr
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satisfaction comply
a.l of winch; will !b?: sold upon the most pleasingi Scarlet and White Flannels ; robe, and shall 1 use every exertion to give .
) the Citizens of
Apalachicola
.- it inducement for (hOsttavoriiig I : for s.ile at public outcry at the Court HOIN jimr'
,4 Nov. 10, 1S44._ Mouslin de Laines Irish Linen: ; me with their custom to continue t tn and its vicinity, that he hasremoved in the city of Apalachicola, on the first Mondij
;
j R. STEEXBERttH.Apulachicola his: TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT in Janti try next, within the usual hours ot sale,

: : Drugs, Medicines I &c. Swiss Muslin: and Cambric Checks ; do so. Oct. 20, 1S11. il. to the new to the highest bidder for cash fractional lot Xo
asRort'd colors Gloves
E jiub-cnber has recently received from Gimp Edijinsj, ; ; 1I: building ()Capt. Simmons, corner H, in Block 1). front range intliecityofApahcIi./
V TH Mcrino Undershirts and Drawers ; &C. t k of Centre and Commerce street, with the and
\ Ncw York a large addition to his stock of Ship Chandlery, icola, together buildings/; apurte.'
ft Hosiery ; White and striped Shirts; and is reasonable
t now prepared 0:1: nantes thereon, as the property of the Smithem
and .Medicines, which makes his assortment WOOD i3! Water street, offers for
( I Drujs: French Dimity Lace Muslins ; IT A. to execute all ordersin
) rstahlislunent in the ; se=- terms- : Life Insurance and Trust Cnmpinv to stity: !laid
f as 'lull as any Bother English and French Ginghams ; y. paleCordage. his line business, in the latest claim. R MYERS, Marshal.!

,I, ti'$ Southern Country, among which are the follow. Damask Table Cloths: and Napkins ; Blocks, Oars, Oakum, and most flshloruble style, arid warranted to fit. Apalachicola, Nov. 213' IS 14. nov3film:
i' articl-s and the wholesale prices : Leather, Pump do., Hooks,
ig Scotch and Russia Diaper ; Rigging N. B.-Boys Garments: particularly attended to.
Lu\: :3 Ml) Ins EHom| Salts: G cents per Ib ; Superior Ticks;Cloths and Cassimeres; Thimbles, Handspikes, C..p lain Bars, .. JAS. C. COLEIAX.Aplachicola "ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTirEs7

I !Ti. 2M;):>> galls Castor Oil, I 75 cents per gall; Fancy Vestings ; Soaps and Perfumery; Sewing Mallets. Marline Spikes, : Oct. 1st. ISM. o7 tf

t in .Jgriice Castor Oil, quarts, pints and ; pints; Shell, Horn and Ivory Combs; Can, Boat, Box Bale and Fish Hooks, -

r. Quo) Ibs Gum Camphor, $ l per Ib ; F'ineSilk and Nutria Hats ; Hand Pump, Deck Buckets, Boot and Shoe Making.THE I. NOTICE.-SiX weeks after date, I shall ap.I;,

3D' doi Spirits Turpentine, S3 per doz ; Silk Velvet and Cloth Caps ; Draw do, Cedar do., Tin Funnels, subscriber having returned from W G M Davis, 1udet ci

I 3 10 Ibs Roll Sulphur, 6 cents per Ib ; Hair, Seal and Sealett Caps ; Iron Shovels, Scrub Brushes, Mops, New York, with a large and well soI the CountCourt, of Franklin cnuntv, fcr htr I n

3:1: Ibs Calomel, I 75 cents per Jb ; Kip Brogans, Russet do ; Hickory, Luch and Corn Brooms, )t..kcteci I stock of leather of all kinds, is of adntlnistration on the estate of Latham Bcb.
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(hIS oill Stand Ches- cock late of said countv ffasrd.
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30 doz Calomel in Vials ; Boy's sewed and pegged Brogans ; Signal and Horn Lanterns, Scrapers, now prepared at on "

200ft() Ihs Copperas, 4 cents per Ib; Ladies' fine Kid and Calf Shoes ; Caulking! Irons, Making I Irons, nutstivct, near Commerce, to attend to the above 'JAMES A. AP.ORN.Aplachicola .
50) Ib business: in all its various branches. French CalfSkin Nov. 2 th. 1S44 nr>v3i)6irNOTICE. /
I 3:10: Cream Tartar, cents per ; Gent's fine and coarse Boots; Axrhannell's Fish Lines, Par IUlc,

t ; .5UU" ace Gin er, 9 cents per Ib l ; A full ass r't of table and pocket Cutlery; Nails cut, Scupper do., Copper do., ; Boots -and Shoes made to order in the most I .-Siv weeks alter date, I sh-11 ill'Vly'

. ylJ'J): ludi n. 81 1 50 cents pcr Ib ; Feather Fly Dusters; Green Blinds. ; Pump Tacks, Screws, Tai, Pilch, fasiiunhIe: :' stvle.ftr" : lIon'l \V'm. G. M. Davis, Jucf"t.i.(

n 100( doz Bateman's Drops, b':2J cents per dol ; Hemp and Cotton Seine Twine ; Turpentine, Oils. Augers, Gimblets. : )II*' lias a No on hand a supply of French the County Court of Franklin con-ty, for letters
I Gaiter Boots Calt Skin Shoes and .which
., 30 i() .. Opodcluuc, SI per dozen ; Looking Glasses, assorted ; Ilimks and Staples, F U-s, Gridirons, Slippers of administration on the estate of Donald Cauphell
be oilers for sale as (low, if not lower, than
k 50( I' British Oil', 75 rents per dozen; Wood Ware of all descriptions ; Caulking ;Mallets, Chalk, Tormentors: other house in I the city.nov.Vj any late of said county deceased.WILLIAM .

i 50:) I.iudnum, Oi) cents per dozen; Crockery and Glass Ware ; Coffee and Pepper Mills, Cork Screws, THOLCLHK.: : A."ARCHERAnaFu'hicnla

I 50 .* Paragonc and Peppermint, b''Ji cents Transparent Window Shades ; Dust and Shoo Brushes, Coffee Pots, Nov. *th, 1 '44. O96fNOTICE.Six

I.I per dozen ; Saddles, Bridles and Saddle Bags; Bellows, Tabhand Pea Spoons:; f < SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS... weeks after date, I shall apply! !

I 20 Ihs Nut Megs, 1 50 C'entltpcr )ib; Tin Ware of all descriptions. Knives and Fork, Carving/ d< ., 'T'\hit received a large and general I as- Judiief the C'untvCwt

: 15 kegs Pearl: Ali, 10 cents perth ; Together with the above, anJ a variety of oth. Dishes, Mugs, Basin, Lamp: Feeder', 'ortment of the; following articles :- of Franklin countv, for letter of admintstnlica

Ii I 1 3 grace .Seidlitz and Soda: Powders! ; er articles too numerous to mention. Merchants Candles, Tea Canisters, Dust Pans, Ladies Saddles( of various kinds :and qualities ; (.n the estate ot Carlton M. Evans, deceased

5 b-ives Houck's Panacia; and planters from the country are invited to call' Russia, English and American Duck, Gents do do do do. KANCIS L. MARSHALL

,\. 50 o/.s Snlph) Quinine; ; and examine i before pure had inselsewhere. fiov23 Raven's do. Axes Compasses, Coach Harness, brass and silver mounted ; An hC'hi.nh. NTnv. 11th. IS.11. nl66

t i.'I ItlU grocc Buttle Coiks, 62$ cents per groce ; Sewing, Seine and Sail Twine, Sulkey do do do do.Waggon .

I. 4.1> dz Ink, $1 I per dozen; Staple and Fancy Iry Goods; Marline, Sheaths and Belts, and Dray Harness ; N1 fnCE.six"f'ek after date, I shall: r

50 S':otci! :-;iiuff. 2 50 cents per dozen ; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Sail, Bagging! and Sewing: Needles, ALSO, to the H on. W. G? M. Davis, Judze nile

1 40) ;\laeealtll)? Snuff. 3 75 cents per doz subscriber respectfully: gives notice, that White Lead: Red Lead, Black Paint, Dray Sad.lL-, Coil irs, Line., Harness, Britch- County Court of Franklin comfy, for letter'1

,. I 50( Soaps, assorted ; THE has REMOVED his stork of Goods to Yellow Ochre Verdigris (Putty, en, Holly Bands\ \ lame :Straps! Circingles Girt-, administration' i : on theesfafpof David: D.Cliurchil!'.

: 31 I boxes Starch, i 9) cents per lb ; he new building! corner of Center and Conunere Paint and Tar( Brushes, Varnish, Martingales Whips, Curb, Snallle anil Dra\ late of said county, dec>>:-scl..
$2 75 a $4 box known Cant. Simmon's Building,) Bridles, which hu oilers for site at reduced prices BEXJAMINELL: : OX.
as Books
ir 5'') Lemon Syrup, per ; : streets, ( Dividers! Pen Knives, Log ,
I 15 baskets Olive! Oil ; 5 yroce! Mustard ; vhere he offers for sale at rcdujee prices, a large Log% Slates and Pencils, Hand Lines, for CASH ,ONLY PKTER HOBERT, Apilac1iirola, r01st, iS I 11. npw

2:? jmcc ca04t Powders ; md general assortment of fresh STAPLE and Paper and Quils, Ink, Tin Ware, nov ;'I; 4'2 Water street-Up stair 'ix moMths alter late I shall appl!!
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1 30:) dozen Stou:!''itcn Bitters ; FANCY GOODS, direct from New York, consisting Deep Sea Lines, Hand Leads, Crockery, RON.-10 tons:: eornpri'i!igacoinp1ete assortment NOTICE I ; :). Judu'p of the County Crortcf

:Mr. I II. will devote his entire attcntioi to the ; in part 01'- Deep Sea Leads, Yeast Powders, .[ ol flat, round and s sjuare Swedes and Jioksmi county, for t Utters of di mis. ion from lhe ;

; Drug Bnsinos, and hopes to FCK his old cus. Black and colored Silks, Jack Screws Spunyarn, Englis'.i: Iron, 1 lading from shiji! rolinta.. administration'on the estate of Sampson FaIe) ,

torn,:rs at the store formerly occupied by B. T. Allapaca Casmerett, Alai and'eene Muslin and de Shalla Lane,, Packing Yarn. nov31Cabinet : I"oraIe. by J 'DAY_ : & CO., late of said ('o"nld'C". (':).l'd. .... _
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c ( Cars! corner Chesrmt and Commcicc sir ects.L .- ,Calicos.. ,: 01.t' new pauerns, novj-.j.u'\'i' .,.; water str.et.TTAfl.l S'KAll- H T\n J'urL\UIU'I.J x-

All orders from the country promptly attendedto. Mualm:> Linen, Diaper. Shawls, ; Furniture, &c. : .)) mall Northen H iins.II Jackson County. July 2fi, 1SJ4. a3Jim-
L B. S. HAW LEY.Hardware Fringe Laces, (Gimp| Fiinge, Corsetts,
: Parasols Ribbons, Cords Beads HOBERT, No. 12 Water street-Up stairs ; For sale by VERY & JONE TJCF.--\ll nnrsnns having claims rjf''ljf

a ::; Tinware, &c.OrtERl'S Silk and Cotton Hose, P. having ju.t received an'. : assortment of Fur- _n\()v3Q( 'J 4 \\".1er stroet.L N.AMORY ROGERS, hte of Franklin coontr! ,

CO. Commerce 8t. And a variety of other fancy article r ulure, consisting of: EGAn.2fJ.( VenuV brand deceased, are rpnupsted to present th. sarr.edu-y
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ALLEN
; St.or.irs, : ;
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1 R Also-Cloth-, Cassimeres, Flannels, Domestics, Sofas, Sideboards and Beaureaus; authenticated, within the time prescribed hv
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I. between: Ch, : aut and Cherry st- ., are receivI ..J 2,0)MliiiLS(10 "\Vashingtor) do.
; Hats, Cap, 1'm'sc.., Vc.To Table*, Secretary's Bookcases ; or this notice will he plead in b.ir: of tto"rrecovery !
I i.i: ,; aid have in Store, Goods in part as follows:: which additional supplies will occasionally Wardrobes, Withstands! and Bedsteads; 2f.J.n) ) ) Princippe, d superior quality; and all indebted to sad: estate art
t II. Itt) VAU Carpenter's:", Walkers Improved 5iJJJ Spanish Cheroots, for sile byVIIITM.Rn : persons:
\ the business all of which
; received during season, Dressing, Pier and Centre, folding and requested to make immediate piymentB
and S S Hun Locks, aborted sizes: E B \ .
will be sold at a small advance, for cash. Card Tables; T CA RO Administrator.
Stock Locks: all sizes: nov3U
Water
street.
1 W*, Trunk, Chest and Till Locks: I nov9 If N. SEYMOUR. Curl'd Maple l fancy and Windsor Chairs ; 2JJ -- --. Aoalnchirob: Nov. 20th( 1' 4". r:236W

Knot and Norfolk Litches: Screws: Mahogany spring; seat Rocking Chairs; Albany Ale; 2i di Cidt-r; :
BARGAINS 11Irl
Hutu and Strap\ Hinges: : Blind Trimmings: BARGAINS! Curl'd maple do, with cane back and seat ; 20 :2"::) boxes Chant >aine <(<1 It) t NOTICE.-All I 1 persons having claims Crur.rydt'

hitter and Door Bolls: Tacks and Brads: NE \V GOODS Boston and Fancy Rocking Chair 8 l h!ils Wolsey aodVul..wy' Sugar; : late of Jackson

hh..s i round airl) flit, all sizes: Mill Saw do: subscriber begs leave to inform the citi- Also, a lare assortment splendid; Mahogany f boxes do do do ceisrtl), are required to uresent the same dil.u tifl'

Ain Gardner's and Blacksmith's Tools : Saws THE is of Apalachicola, and the Planters of the :md Gilt frame LOOKING GLASSES(; all of 20! boxes Codfish: ; 3 casks' London Porter; tfientii-ntpil, to the subscribers, within tht:;
nc4u and English X cut and Mill : be pIed
will
; U:.ro't and Cut :{dllS arid :Spikes: interior in general, that he is now opening a well 1 which he ofl'ers for sale very low, fur Cash. 10 boxes Tobacco; :5 r tierces i Rice; I, rpscrihrd by law, or this notice indebted Isiid

.. I I JI.lrse -'illtS: T .bte Csitilery: selected lot of FANCY DRY GOODS, direct Apahchicola, Nov. :'j.J; |h H. 5): boxes Sperm Candles ; "i i chests Tea. bir of their recovery. AH person iniiripdiatetlement. \ &'

} I T-n and Jack Knives: Cook'sand Butcher's do: fro-n New York, which he i is determined to sell For sale b., \\r A WOOD, estate are requested to make

r Tea and band Bells: Castors: Candlesticks : C'leaper than the Cheapest for Cash! The :Stationery, Cutlery, &c. _nv3H.. __ 23 Water street. HEVRY JACKSON; 1Adm'ts

I Britatii.iTa' and Coffee Pols: Spoons. : store i is situated on Chestnut street, next door to GENERAL assortment of Blank Books, RON( &. N\ILS.-lIJ tons Swedes Iron I ; STEPHEN JACK'ON',5 O"G 2tn
L die-it : Spittoons, Arc Oct. 20, 184 1.ONFECTIONARY. 1.
Jackson
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i I the house known as the Georgia; and Alabama Cutlery, Prrfumary, F'aucy.hitxl 7';5 Nails l for sale -
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I j TIN \\ .\tUPl unand J-apanned a general asS Stationery kegs by .' _..--:- -p =-
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wit : : -
) tmenl, wliolesale and retail : House: the following! articles t to :- t s &c., &"c., amo.ig which are the following: DODGE & GARDNER, '- E

r C1TicGS-EIllow: I Cloth and Cassimeres; Wrili g, Letter and Account Paper ; nnv3:) 40lh street. O N 'CONSIGNMENT.: light
Parlour Stoves Gents black Cravats and Stocks ; also Sca-sps Baddies.
Cook'und Waajon, :
fr F : Envelope, Note and Wrapping Paper ; .-\LT-l.nlJ s.u.s! ZE.C : .
S I'U, Kettles and Mills: Blk and blue blk Bombdzinea and Allapaca ; LIVERPOOL just re. dec WYLIE & McKE
? C.iuldron Kettles 30 to 150 gillons'l'iouh Cashmere de Cossa, of the finest quality and Ledgers ; Journals ; brig I/ivvrenee( Copeland, and for -

:' : Points: Sad Irons, &c: latest patterns; Cash, Invoice and Day Books ; sale by RAYMOND & HAUDIN, [ .-50 boxes 25 ) P3Cb.

i UpN AND: I STEKL-Gcrnidn, Englibh Blister Muslin de lain, do doA Quills ; Ink and I Ink Stands ; nov'2:1: _33_Water st. For sale by B S HAWLEY
jI!.
Silks
I and Cast Steel: few very choice rich fig'd ::!, for dresses; Bills Lading and Manifests ; dcc7 cot of Chestnut and Commerc.. .
; I Sluareround and flat English:: American, and A large and elegant assortment: > of Shawls, at Memorandum Books ; Almanacs ; BLACKING:! d.z Cavannahs Neat's Foot iMp- Ee-!
suit the times warranted to shine over all : bbls landing from !
Swedish Iron: : prices to ; Wax ; Ink PowderSpelling "HOT ATOES.-150;
Wafers'Sealing
14 a 1 Sheet ahd Boiler Iron: A variety of I/ices J and lisle thuad edging, from ; Books ;Dictionaries kinds of greese, tor sale by I X ment, for sale by D WOOD & CO.
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SHIP CllAXDLB1tY-\lanilla Cordage 2 to 4 to 25 cents per yard; : ; E B WHITMARSH, 'J9 Waterrfg _
1 dec"
6 inch: : Hosiery of all description, from 12 to 50 per pair;. Geographies and Atlases ; nov33: 5 jj Water street. fre5
Tarred Rope, Russia and American r A large assortment of Ribbons: of the latest<< : Prayer Books and Bibles ; ---_- -- --- -- THRESH GARDEN SEED.-1000 paper

Kentucky: and Russia Packing! Yarn : style and of the brightest colors; Annuals fur 1843 ; Pocket Knives q; IUGAR.-t.hhds( New Orleans. Su;ar, a prime L Shaker Garden Seed, fur sale by
Kigi3 and Parnp Leather: Hand Spikes: A Urge variety fashionable prints. Walts' and Methodist Hymns ; I article, fur sale bv B S }l.AWLF.Y.dec7 *
Hoolts and Thimbles: Also, a gre'i.t' variety of other Goods, such as Cornrnerce,
r Ancanrs: Playing Card all! qualities ; DODGE & \RDNER, .cor Chestnut and
anti Swis
Ladies ties Bonnet tlo\\'er, Jaconet -
Hooks Shives ,
and Cotton
Can : : ?
? Pencil Cases nnvSO) -ID Water street. ----------- ate'
} Gold and Silver ; -------- of
: BJsh'd and common. Blocks: : Pump; Boxes: ?t13-iu. J.lcouet edtin: and insertin, Umhrdla, -- CAP*-A choice assortment
.. Broom: Buckets! : : PitclTar and Oakum: S.ittia-jts, Kentucky: Jean Tic'unjs, Flannels, Ivory and Shell Combs ; lIHU' ; N 0 Siuar. ; f, do pl R do ; FUR and Muskrat Caps for sale low by
PaintOils & Brown and bleached Shirtings; Ladies and Gents Backing and Brushes ; 5 Rio Cotle & CO.
0t1 Rosin: c. .ri:(1) bts; : ; 20 do St Domingo ; B ELLISON.
,'1 We cnuinuethe nuiiufietoryof! Tin, Iron, and sewed and p*g'd shoes Negro Brogan, ..Vcc.Ladies ; .will Lead Pencils and (Pencil Points ; 10U boxes Soap! ; 20( bbls Rock Gin; 33Vatef st

1 Co"per. Roofi i:r dune i i:1: Tin orCo.)per-nlack- and Gentlemen! purchasing Goods p Fish Hooks( and Lines ; :30 bbl l N E Rum, (for sale by nov30 of SchocJ
i find it to their call and examine lor asnrtmentBooks
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r smitin j;; a* u,ual all on moderate terms: Jjr cash. advantage<< to Razors and Strap ; Sliavinjj! Brushes ; \V A WOOD, I'ATIONF.RY.-\n ile bJc ,

A') ihc' 'ola, Nov. -J2! bll.I themselves before purchasing elsewhere.C. Hair, Cloth and Teeth Brushes ; novGO: 23 Water street. S Blanks and!; Stationery, fl'r/ALL';
; GRAY. __ __ .
_' hbUf'ulton \larket heel Steel (Pens Colognes ; -- -- sti- .
HALF ;
c 50 ; Apalachicola, Nov. 23, 1841.-2m Oils & IRON.-)') casks NaiU ; novflO cor of Centre and Conlmc! -
5J) bbls Prime do; Soaps and Hair ; NAILS -
do ffLASE1 bbl House Molas s, Glasses and Wicks tons Iron, for s ile by b-xrs-Buckwheat;
i 5: :) da Mesj! ; 1 Sugar Lamp ; WYLIE & McKENZ'E DUCKWHEAT.-15
For solie by W A WOOD, .iljtist received and for sale by Pocket Books and Wallets ; ald
nov.10: ) 42 l Water st. !
nov30: 23 Water street. E B WHITMARSH( Port Folios ; Backgammon Boards ; 29oV sale I bslhSvloPOKFEE.500 fltreer.nov:10 .

nov30 2'JlVater! Itrppt. Silver and Steel Spectacles ; CANDLES.-Just received on con- 24 \11" ter
I 'JHL; T"rthera= Mess Pork; SPERM
landing
e 10 Rectified noVlaudin r Silk and Cotton Purses( ; too boxes New Bedford Sperm ffi D
10' .1.) Prime do; ;:: JUL-5: WhisKey, Rio Co t'l' 5J
.0 !Music Boxes &c., &c. Candles, for sale low for cash, byWM'T bags .,
ID i; nbl- No. 1 and 10 do No. Mackerel ; from schr Swallow, for sale by I J DA Y fcnov3a ...
WOOD \ forsateby Itz'
DODGE & GARDNER For sale at reduced pricvs by Wata
No. 1 do. for sale byAVFRY 3
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B. S. HAWLEY. nov30 33 Water street-Up stairs.
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