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VOLUME II.]


CARDS.


CARDS.


BY
B Voice third story Baltzell's Buildings, corn
Commerce & Chestnut streets,

AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUT
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.

CARDSS.

B. Ellison && CO.,
DEALERS IN vjISCFLLANEOUS GO(
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No 33 Wrater street,
decl ly Apalachicola, F
Wan. m Porter & Co.
DEALERS INv GOODS AND COMMISSI
MEKCRANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
oct25 ly Jlpalachicola, Fl


J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also, Agents for the
GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST C
and
"2ETNA INSURANCE" and "PROTECT
INSURANCE" COMPANIES,
of Hartford, Conn.,
No. 52 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, F
B. F. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brc
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
also, Agents for the
CONTRIBUTIONSHIP FIRE INSURAN
Company, of New York, .
No. 46 Water street,
novi Apalachicola, F1
Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
Agents for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
of the City of *,ew York,
No. 51 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fl
Stephen T. Skillman,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
also,
Agent for the
CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE C
of the City ofj "ew York.
No. 33 Water street--Up stairs.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla

McKay & Hartshorne,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 40 Water street,
oct26 Apalachicola, Florida
W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
oct26G Apalachicola, Fla


Sims & Cheever,
COMMI31ON MERCHANTS
r- Oifice, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fl,
T. J. SANFORD. M. M. Bu
Sanford & Butt,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S No. 2 Columbus.Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla


CHAS. A GREEN,, CHAS. H. CONNE
freen & Connery,
COMMI S[ON MERCHANTS,
No. 28 Water street,
o14 ly Apalachicola, Fla
xM..CRESTER. EPHALY McGRI
Ciiester & McGriff,
COvMIovIISSION -MERCHANTS,
No. 50 Water street.
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla
W. A. Wood,
CO M[S3ION, OR vVAROING MERCHAN
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
sep30 Apalachicola, Fa.
Avery & Jones,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 24 Water street.
y^23_ Apalachicola, Fla.
Fitch & Wordiln,
)EALERS IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, &
also, SILVER and PLATED WARE,
FANCY GOODS, &c., tec.
*- Store corner of Water and Centre streets
Sdec7 Apalachicola, Fla
B. S. Hawley,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
DEALER IN DRU.rS, MEDICINES, PAINT
OrLS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Cor. df chestnut arid Commerce street,
dec7 Aipatachicola, Fla.
S. B. Hamilton,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING(
BOJrS, SHOE, HAYS, &c., &c.,
No 47 Water street,
dec7 Apalachicola, Fla.
J. C; Alleni
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
D'RUGS3, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GIASS, BlUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
A general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONARY, &c., &c
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
E. B. Whitmarsh,
(formerly Whitmarsh 4; RiChardson,)
Dealer in
W.I. GOODS, GROCERIES, CONFECTION
ARY, VEGETABLES, &c., &c.,
No. 29J Water street,
novl6 Apalachicola, Fla.
MIichlael A. layers,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
No. 30 Waer street,
nov5 -Apalachicola, Fla.
H. R. Wood,
AUCTION ER,
SCorner of Water and Centre streets.
0 The subscriber having taken that very pro
miaent stand, corner of Centre and Water streets
is prepared to attend faithfully and promptly to any
business intrusted to hig dare. nov5
P. Hooairt,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER IN
CABNE FURNITURE,
nv > No. 42 Water street-Up stairs,
nov16 Apalachicola, Fla.
Francis Kopman,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOES, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Cheap for Cash,
oct1 Chestnut.Street, Apalachicola, Fla.
Geo. S. Hawkins,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Wc Office-Up stairs,
No. 1 Columbus Block, Water street,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
A. G. Semmles,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
-3 Office, XNo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
H. R. Wood,
CITY WEIGHER,
0t- Office, cor Centre and Water streets.
nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.


nov30


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WM. C. DICKINSON.


CARDS
N. YORK, N. ORLEANS, COL


No. 136 Water Sr 80 Pi
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL,
T. E. Lindenberge
COTTON FACT
and
COMMISSION MER(
No. 5 Canal street R
NEW ORLEANS.
Wm. H. Brodie, 1
D. P. Hogue, I
R. T. Birchett,
T. E. Lindenberger,J
J. L. Hodges,
Davis &- Hodg
COTTON FACTORS & CO
MERCHANTS
No. 40 Poydras street, JVeu
- Refers to-Jas F Farrior, Ap
Thomas Bertra
COMMISSION MER
No. 54 Common street
NEW ORLEANS.
Andrew S. Coo
COMMISSION MER
No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupit
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Ho
janl5 t1nov Apalac
Edw'd. C. Center J
GENERAL COMMISSION Ml
Mobile, Ala.
"- Collections and Remittances
tended to.
Refers to-Messrs. McKay & H
oct26 6m Apalac
SHEPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, W
Lippincott & Wy
GROCERS & COMMISSION M
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchou
NEW ORLEANS.
J. W. Woodland d
COMM _SSION MERC
0o. 18 Commerce street
New Orleans, La.
Jas. L. Francis
MERCHANT TAILOR & C
,o. 226J Bowery, near Rivi
NEW YORK.




PRINT WAREH
IN NEW YORK
To supply the City, Southern and,
by the Piece or Paclacug
No. 44 Cedar street, near
L EE &BREWSTER giv
Dealers in DRY GOODS, that
moved their WAREHOUSE fo
;ALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, fr
To. 44 Cedar street. By confining t
o PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B
o exhibit an assortment far suppas
before offered in America; and to se
ow, and generally lower, than tho
ention is divided among a large varied
The stock consists of several thou
nd colors, embracing every variety
CAN AND FOREIGN PRINTS
rany styles of which are got up ex
ieir own sales, and cannot be o
here, except in second hands.
Dealers in Prints will find it to
D call and examine this stock, be
purchases elsewhere, for by so doi
ave the advantage of learning the lo
ice, and comparing all the most
shionable styles in market, side by
03- Catalogues of Prices, correct
variation of the market, are placed i
buyers.
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to W los
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e- The populace was raised to a pitch of ungo
:D ernable fury. A strict watch was kept for tl
to devil's emissaries; and any man who wanted
o be rid of an enemy, had only to say that he ha
Seen him besmearing a door with ointment-h
er fate was certain death at the hands of the mob.-
e An old man, upwards of eighty years of age,
as daily frequenter of the church of St. Antonia, w
t seen, on rising from his knees, to wipe with th
s skirt of his cloak the stool on which he was about
- to sit down. The cry was raised immediate]
.I that he was besmearing the seat with poison.
t; mob of women, by whom the church was crowd
)r ed, seized hold of the feeble old man and dragged
him out by the hair of his head, with horri
st oaths and imprecations. He was trailed in thi
Manner through the mire to the house of the mu
1 nicipal judge, that he might be put to the rack
t and forced to discover his accomplices; but h
d expired on the way.
Many other victims were sacrificed to the pop
ular fury. One Mora who appears to have bee
y half a chemist and half a barber, was accused o
s being in league with the devil to poison Milan.-
His house was surrounded, and a number o
S chemical preparations were found. The poo
man asserted that they were intended as preser
vatives against infection; but some physicians, t
whom they were submitted, decided they wer
poison. Mora was put to the rack, where for
long time he asserted his innocence. He con
fessed at last, when his courage was worn down
by torture, that he was in league with the devil
Sand foreign powers to poison the whole city; that
he had annointed the doors and infected the foun.
tains of water. He named several persons as his
accomplices, who were apprehended and put to a
similar torture. They were all found guilty and
executed. Mora's house was raized to the ground,
and a column erected on the spot, with an inscrip-
tion to commemoratehisguilt. While the public
mind was filled with these marvellous occur-
rences, the plague continued to increase. The
crowds that were brought together to witness the
executions spread the infection among one anoth-
er. But the fury of their passions, and the ex-
tent of their credulity, kept pace with the vio-
lence of the plague; every wonderful and pre-
posterous story was believed. One. in particular
occupied tliem, to the exclusion fo? a long time
of every other. The devil himself had been seen;
he had taken a hose irin Milan, in which bhe pre-
pared his poisonous agents, and furnished them
to his emissaries for distribution. One man had
brooded over such tales till he became firmly con-
vinced that the wild flights of his own fancy were
realties. He stationed himself in the market
place at Milan, and related the following story to
the crowds that gathered round him. He was
standing, he said, at the door of the cathedral,
late in the evening, and when there was nobody
nigh; lie saw a dark colored chariot, drawn by
six milk white horses, stop close beside him.-
The chariot was followed by a numerous train of
domestics, on dark colored steeds.
In the chariot there sat a tall stranger of a ma-
jestic aspect, his long black hair floated in the
wind, fire flashed from his large black eyes, and a
curl of ineffable scorn dwelt upon his lips. The
look of the stranger was so sublime that he was
awed, and trembled with fear when he gazed
upon him. His complexion was much darker
than that of any man he had seen, and the atmos-
phere around him was hot and suffocating. He


A
. From Graham's Magazine. perceived immediately that he was a being of
UMBUS, &c. &c. ABSENCE. another world. The stranger, seeing his trepida-
"MBU lion, tion, asked him blandly, yet majestically, to
BY 3 s. FRANCES KEMBLE BUTLER. mount beside him. He had no power to refuse;
l .-. What shall I do with all the days and hours and before he was wall aware that he had moved,
ne street. That must be counted ere I see they face he found himself in the chariot. Onward they
How shall I charm the irifitval that lowers went with the rapidity of the wind, the stranger
Proprietor. Between this time and that sweet hour of grace speaking no word, until they stopped before a
Prpretr doet in the street of Milan. There was a crowd

r C. ^* Shal I in slumber steep each weary sense ,o an. There wa a crowd
rS o eary with ,l nging shall I flee away people in the street; but to hisgreat surprise, no
o0 RS Into past days, an with some found pretence one seemed to notice the extraordinary equipage
7I heat myself to forget the present day t and its numerous train. From this he concluded
Chea my'ef tofor et t e p ese t d y that ithey were invisible. The house at wh,ch
CHANTS, Shall love fox thee lay on my soul the sin they stopped appeared to be a Shop; but the inwhjch
ow, Shall I.Of casting from me God's greartg o ti ; ter was like a vast half-ruined palace.
?3a te, theses lite elvastmhalf-ruinedwpalace
Leave, and forget, life's purposes sublime tn He went with his mysterious guide through
Oh! how, or b what means ma 1 conts several largeand dimly-lighted rooms In one of
Ohnov236m how, or by what means, may contrive them; surrounded by huge pillars of marble, a
Hnov23 6 m To bringthe oumy droopbrings thee back morenear; senate of ghosts were assembled, debating on the
How may I teach my drooping hope to live progress of the plague. Other parts of th# build-
J. S. Davis. Until that blessed time, and thou, art here process of the plague. Other parts of the build-
es, I'll tell thee for tl ng were enveloped in the thickest darkness, illu-
)MMISSION Ofallhee,forty sake, I will lay hoid minted at intervals by vivid flashes of lightni
)MM ISS ION Of all good aims, and consecrate to thee, by which he saw a number of gibing and chat-
>* ~~~In worthy deeds, each moment that is toldb e8w ubro S a n ht
i n w rth d e d s e a c m o m nt h at i s olwte r in g s k e le to n s ru n n in g a b o u t a n d p u rsu in g e a c h
w Orleans. While thou, beloved one! art far from me. other, or pletong running about t and pursuing eaher's
alachicola, Fla. For thee, I will arouse my thoughts to try backs. rer orAtf the'mansion was atwild,
l, For eahvenward fli s, all highland holy strains, uncultivated plot of ground, in themidst of which
CHAN T, Thro'these long hoursnorc alt ntastood a black rock. Down its sides, rushed with
et.CItheir m 1utespars fearful noise, a torrent of( poisonous water, which,
novet. Iy will this dreary blank of absence make insinuating itself through the soil, penetrated to
novlly A noble task-time, and will therein strive all the springs of the city, and rendered themun-
ke, T follow excellence, and to o'ertake fit for use. After he had shown all this, the
C HAN T, More good than I have won since yet I live. stranger led him intotanother large chamber, filled
oulas st. So may this domed time buid up in me with gold and precious stones, allof which he of-
oulas st.A thousand graces, wiicfi shall thus b ne fered him, if he would kneel down and worship
lnes,So may my love and longing hallowed ", him, and consent to smear the doors and houses
chicola, Fla. And thy dear thought an influence divirn. with a pestiferous salve which he held out to him.
.h F a. I he now knew him to be the devil, and in that mo-
d Co.,' THE PLAGUE IN MILAN. ment of temptation prayed to God to give him
ERCHIANTS, An ancient couplet, preserved for ages by tra- strength to resist. His prayer was heard-he re-
dition, foretold that in the year 1630, the devil fused the bribe.
promptly at- would poison all Milan. Early one morning in The stranger scowled horribly upon him-a
April, and before the pestilence had reached its loud clap of thunder clapped over his head-the
artshorne, height, the passengers were surprised to see all vivid lightning flashed in his eyes, and the next
chicola, Fla. the doors in the principal part of the city were moment he found himself standing alone at the
M. H. WYATT marked with a curious daub, or spot, as if a porch of the cathedral. He repeated the strange
att, Hsponge, filled with the prurient matter of the story day after day, without any variation, and all
ER'HANTS sores, had been passed against them. The whole the populace were firm believers in its truth.-
4ERCHpitoulasst population were speedily in movement to mark Repeated search was made to discovery the house,
pitoulas t., the strange appearance, and the greatest alarm but all in vain. The man pointed ouit several as
a20 ly spread rapidly. Every means was taken to dis. resembling it, which was searched by the police'
& Co. cover the perpetrators, but in vain. At last the but the demon of the pestilence was not to be
H A N T S, ancient prophecy was remembered; and prayers found, nor the hall of ghosts, nor the poisonous
et, were offered up in all the churches that the ma- fountain. But the minds of the people were so
nov1 ly chinations of the evil one might be defeated.- impressed with theidea, that scores of witnesses
Many persons wereof opinion that the emissa- half crazed by disease, came forward to swear
S9OT ries of foreign powers were employed to spread that they also had seen the diabolical stranger and
'LOTHIER infectious poison over the city; but by far the heard the chariot drawn bythe milk-white steeds
ngton st. greater number were convinced that the powers rumbling over the streets at midnight, with a
novel y of hell were employed against them, and that the sound louder than thunder. The number of per-
infection was spread by supernatural agencies.- sons who confessed that they were employed by
Viscellaneous In the mean time the plague increased fearfully, the devil to distribute poison is alirost incredible.
T S. Distrust and alarm took possession of every mind. An epidemic phrenzy was abroad, which seemed
Everything was believed to have been poisoned to be as contageous as the plague. Imagination
lOUSE by the devil; the waters of the well, the stand- was as disordered as the body; and day after day
ing corn in the fields, and the fruit upon the persons came voluntarily forward to accuse them-
Interior trade trees. It was believed that all objects of touch selves. They had the marks ofdisease upon them,
e. were poisoned; the walls of the houses, the and some died in the actof confession.-Memoirs
William. pavements of the streets, and the very handle of of Popular Delusions.
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JSREMIAH DAY.


DANIEL J. D


Charles L. LeBaron,
WHOLESALE GROCER
and
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 30 Water street,
iov23 Apalachicola, Fl


WM. W. SIMs.


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WM. W. CHEEV


Wm. T. Wood,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 33 Water street,
v23 Apalachicola, Fla


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D. B. Wood & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
nov5 Apalachicola. Fla.
Wmi. H. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough.
Wm. H. Kimbrough & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
fs- Liberal advances on cotton consigned to
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. oct26
Benjamin Salter,
CO MISSION MERCHANT,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla.


harles Rogers.


John Mun


v. A Tale of Woe--Recently, in London, a
he charge was brought at one of the police offices
to against a middle aged woman named Margaret.
ad Healy, for stealing a piece of ham, of the value of
is Is. 2d., from the shop window of Mr. James Jen-
- kins, a cheese-monger, in the Mile-end-road;
a The complaint, Mr. Jenkins. stated that about
as half-past 10 o'clock ofi Saturday night the prison-
e er came up to his shop window and deliberately
ut took a piece of ham which was exhibited for sale.
y and walked leisurely away with it. Witness fol-
A lowed, and upon coming up with her', asked for
- the piece of ham she had taken; but she refused
d to give i. up, and requested she might be given
d into custody. In fact, she insisted upon being
is given into custody, and a policceman coming up
Sat the time he gave her in charge. At the station.
House she persisted in keeping the ham and being
e detained on the charge. The accused, from
whose address and manner, it was evident she had
seen better days, declared she had committed the
n act in order to insure a shelter for the night. She
A had, she said, been turned out of the'work-house
Sof the parish of St. George, Hanover-square, about
f I o'clock on Saturday, without a single farthing
r in her possession, and after wandering about she
r scarcely knew where, and being without the
0 means of procuring a morsel of bread, or shelter
e for the night, she had in a moment of despair,
a determined to commit some act for which she
a might be taken into custody. The. manner in
which she had taken the ham would, she hoped,
Prove that her intention was not to steal or deprive
t the owner of it. On the contrary, her motive was
that which she had before stated.
S She said further, that nearly three weeks be-
s fore, she actually went four days and nights with-
out a morsel of food of any kind, and during that
time had frequently entreated the police to take
her up, but all refused, saying that she was nei-
ther riotous nor drunk, and told her that she must
make application at the work-house. She at
length actually dropped in the street, from weak-
ness and was then carried from the place where
she lay, in Mount-street, Grosvenor-square to the
work-house of St. George's there she was confined
for a fortnight in the sick ward.
The charge against her was withdrawn, and
after thanking the magistrate, the poor woman
retired, weeping bitterly.
'Twas night!-the stars were shrouded in a veil
of mist; a cloudy canopy overhung the earth ; the
vived lightning flashed, and shook their fiery
tresses in the face of heaven; the deep-toned thun-
der rolled along the vaulted sky; the elements
were in commotion; the storm-spirit/howled in
the air; the winds whistled; the hail-stones fell
like a shower of pearls; the large undulations of
the ocean dashed upon the rock-bound shore; tor-
rents leaped from the mountain tops; in short it
was a night awfully beyond imagination ; and
Dutch Bill sprang from his couch with vengeance
stamped upon his stern brow, murder in his heart,
and the instrument of death in his hands. The
storm increased; the lightning flashed with a
brighter glow; the thunder growled with a deeper
energy; the wind whistled with a wilder fury;-
the confusion of the hour was congenial to his
soul and the stormy passion that raged in his bo-
som; he clenched his weapon with a sterner grasp;
a demoniac smile gathered on his lips; his hair
stood on end; he grated his teeth, raised his arm,
sprang with a fearless yell of triumph on his vic-
tim, and relentlessly murdered a-BED-BUGn!


Chas. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,


Apalachicola, Fla.


Lockhart & Young,
COMMISSION arid FORWARDIN
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla.


Ls. Fred. E. Dugas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 30 Water street, Apalachicola, Fa.
"-tWill make liberal advances on consignmen
of Cotton to his friends in Liverpool, Havre, Ma
seilles, New York or Charleston. nov23


T. H. & C. H. Austin,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 43 Water street-Up stairs.
Apalachicola, Fla.
.)U Liberal advances made on Cotton, consigne
to our friends in New York. nov16


Thos. M. Doyle & Co.
SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS,
Nos. 2 & 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee
and at No. 20 Natchez street,
N. ORLEANS.

0C( WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL.
ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine anc
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, dfy; Venetian Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;
Green and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orange do;
FINE COLORS:-Ultamarine and Cobalt;
Yellow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermillion; English do;
Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. boiled;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8; Badger Hair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round;
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable &. Camel Hair Pencils, 1 and 1 in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do;
Whitewash and Mop do;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of
French, English and American.
W- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats,
Shipping and Plantation use; together with a
variety of articles in the Painting line, too num-
erous to mention. (y ly


Jas. ., Warrior,
'ENNRfAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING, &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Colu'mbus Block,
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.


Thos. L. iIitchel,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, IAN
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 37 Water street,
dov9 Apalachicola, Fla.


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Wylie & IMcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Apalachicola.
LVA WYWi-,
VM A. McKENZIE, sepl ly


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


L W. PERRY.


Perry & Dickinson,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street-Up stairs,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


John U. Hull,
of the late firm of
S[J A. Hardee 8f Co., Savannah, Ga.]
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Office, No. 48 Water street,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
David G. Raney,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN GOODS,
No. 43 Water street.
jan29 tin Apalachicola, Fla.
Dodge & Gardner,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water street,
derls Apalahicola, Fla.


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APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, DECEMB
ER 21, 1844.


[NUMBER 52.


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
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"WHIPTHERtEXPORTED. PstPrevi TOTAL .Last
wE week ously season
Liverpool ............ 1374 ...... ...... 1169
H avre ................ ...... ...... ..... ..
O other ports .......... ...... ...... ... .. .....
Total to For. Ports ........... 1374 -16y
New York........... ...... 2671 .... W9
Boston...... ....... 1030 ............
'r.,vidence... ...... 575 559 ...... 584
Philadelphia......... 446 ...... ...... 551
Baltim ore............ 280 ..... ............
New Orleans......... ...... 182 ...... 370
Other ports .... ....... ...... .... ..... 20
Total Coastwi se.... ...... ...... 5743 ......
TOTAL-BALES ...... ..... 7117' 834
IMPORTS.
NEW YORK-Per schr Florida--- pkgs mdze
to Lockart & Youg; 2 Ha per k Iolmes;:
283 Wylie & McKenzie; 3 B S Hawlevr 13 Me-
Kay& Hartshomrne; 2 S W S.,encer; 9 Viff, Dh'w-
son & Co; 4 S B Hamilton; 23 R H Thofras; I
1 M Wright.
BALTIMORE-Persohr SarahLavina-1 car-
rage to Capt Allen; 100 pkgs mdze to Charles
Rogers & Co.
NEW ORLEANS_-Perschr Octavia-53 pkgs
mdze to P Laprade; 6Mi M Butt; 300 Hurper .Az
Holmes; 6jahibaSMon Scjhiffer; 10 bbl5whis-
l^M, T rne \ 7DiB" r, s bbls-molasses
to c.Kay Hartshorne.
Per schr Swallo,-24 bbis flour, 25 bbl mo-
lisses, 30 pcs bagging, 30 coils rope to McKay &
Hartshorne; 40 bblsflour, 20bblswhiskey, 20keg-
lard to D G Raney; 4 bbis whiskey, 8 bbis flour,
8bbls pork, 3 bbis molasses, 20 kegs lard, 25 bags
corn, 50 sacks oats to W A Wood; 20 bbis flour to
W G Porter & Co; 50 bblsflour to T L Mitchell;
50 pcs bagging to J Day & Co; hhds sugar, 15
bbs molasses, 10 kegs lard, 30 bbis whiskey, 60
bbls flour toAvery & Jones; 5 pkgs mdze to Green
& Connery; 178 to J C Maclay; 3 casks baconto
Dodge & Gardner; 10 pkgs mdzp to Harper &
Holmes; 7 H R Taylor; 26 P Laprade; 4 hhds
suga r,10 bbls whiskey, 30 pcs bagging to Nouise,
Stone & Co; 126 pkga mdze to order.

EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Tuskina-1374 bales-
cotton.
PROVIDENCE-Per brig Bordeaux-575 bales
BALTIMORE-Per brig Stiar-280bales.
PbtlLADELPHIA-Per brig Republic---446
bales.
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Per steamer Augusta-252 bales cotton to Hill,
DawQon & Co; 117 to D B Wood & Co; 54 tol
Lockhart & Young; 36 to Harper & Holmes; 13
Sanford and Butt; 10 to J Day &c Co; 7 bales cot-
ton, 3 boxes, 1 cask, I trunk, 3 bales mdze, and I
smith's bellows to McKay & Hartshorne; 25 bales
cotton, 3 bales hides and 1 box beeswax to L
Rowdon.
Per steamer Lowell-210 halescotton to Sanford
& Butt; 70 to Lockhart & Young; 41 to McKay
k Hartshoine; 27 to Wylie & McKenzie; 7 to,
Harper & Holmes.
Per steamer Notion-434 bales cotton to J C
Macly; 190 to Hill, Dawson & Co; 100 to D B
Wood & Co; 60 to Lockhalt & Yonng; 12 to Perry
& Dickinson; 6 to Wyhlie & McKenzie; 1 to Harp--
er &o Holmes. *
Per steamer Agnes-446 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson & Co; 50. to Charles Rogers & Co; 30 to
order.
Per steamer Siren-90 bales cotton to D G Ra-
ney; S to Mckay & Hartshorne; 1 box tobacco to
Thos Preston.
Per steamer Columbus-551 bales cotton to
Lockhart & Young; 100 to Hill, Dawson & Co;
96 to Charles Rogers & Co; 27 to W H Kimbrough
Az Co; 16 to Wylie & McKenzie; 10 to W A
Wood; 8 to Nourse & Stone.
Per steamer Boston-600 bales cotton to D B
Wood & Co; 43 to Wm G Porter & Co; 32 to
Wylie & McKenzie; 22 to Perry & Dickinson;
15 to McKay & Hartt-horne; 11 to Lockhart &
Young; 9 to Chester & McGriff; 3 boxes and 1
bale mdze to M M Butt.
Per steamer Champion-148 bales cotton, toWm
G Porter & Co; 100 to D B Wood & Co; 51 to
Wylie & McKenzie; 50 to Lockhart& Young; E0
to Harper & Holmes; 41 do and 27 sacks corn to
Perry & Dickinson; 25 bales cotton to John C
Macleay; 19 to T H & C H Austin; 15 J Day &
Co; 14 to T L Mitchell; 12 to McKay & Harte-
homrne; 12 to W A & P C Kain; 100 bushels corn
to Samuel Schifler.
Per steamer Siren-94 bales cotton Lockber &
Young; 20 to D G Raney; 17 to Chester & Me-
Griff; 10 Perry & Dickinsou; 36 W A & P C
Kain; 11 do and 11 boxes tobacco to T Preston;
4dolto Lockhart & Young.
Percotton box Little Pickle-600 bales cotton
to D B Wood kc Co.


OSIERY.-A full assortment of Ladies and
Gentlemen's Hose and half Hose.
For sale by B ELLISON & CO., "
niov30 33 Water street'


TERRITORIAL OFFICES.


MARRIED.
In Columbus on Thursday, 28th ult. by the
Rev. Dr. Pierce, Mr. JOS. W. WOOLFOLK, to
Miss LUCY M., daughter of John G.Winter Esq.
of that city.

COMMERCIAL.

LATEST DATES.
Liverpool,...... Nov 19 New York.....De. 12
Havre ..... .... 61 New Orleans,.. 12.
Havana,....... .Nov. 30 Charleston,....
MAIL A EAGEMET.
NORTHiERN AND WESTERN MAIL.
Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M.
Closes Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10, P.M.
Due T ST. JOSEPH MAIL. *
CDue Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock, P. M.
Closes Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8, A. M.

COTTON MARKET.
A fair demand still exists for Cotton at about
the rates which prtwviled last week. The quantity
offering is not quite so large and selections of good
parcels a little more di&cult in consequence We
quote-Inferior 3S a 3j; Ordinary 4 a 4j; Middling
4- a 49; Middling Fair 5 a 56; Fair 5j a 56.
The sales of the week amount to 1752 bales, as
follows:-102 at 83; 41 at 3.; 66 at 4; 255 at 4j;
65 a: 44; 156 at 4 5-16; 212 at 41; 23 at 4 7-16; 116
at 4j; 170 at 49-16; 11 at 41; 69 at 4 11-16; 273 at
4j; 51 at 4 13-16; 73 at 41; 6 at 5; 63 at 5j.
COTTON STATEMENT. Last
year.
Stock on hand 1st Sept....... 3 211
Received this week ........ 5,1i40
previously, ...... 19,599
o Total. .... bales 24,742 31956
Exported this week ........... 2,675
previout-ly...........4,442
Total,.....bales --- 7,117 8346
Stock on hand not cleared..... 17,625 2610
FREIGHTS.
To Liverpool,.................... ,5 d pr. b.
New York,........................1-.2c "
Boston,.......................... 1.'2 <
No further engagements of Foreign Freights.
Coastwise are dull at quotations.

EXPORTS OF COTTON rROM APALACHI"OLA.
Commencing 1st September, 1844-and same
time in 1843.


From the New York True Sun.
ARRIVAL OF THE

STEAMER 'k^rCALEDONIA

At Boston-Fifteen Days Later.
The British Mail Steamer Caledonia, Captain
Lott, arrived at Boston on Saturday the 7th inst.,
bringing London papers of the evening of Novem-
ber 18th, and Liverpool papers of Nov. 19th.
The political news by this arrival is particularly
uninteresting, and the commercial intelligence,
though satisfactory, may be comprehended in a
very small space. The Cotton market continues
in a quiet, healthy state. On Monday, the 11th
inst.. there was a rise of 1-8d. per lb., but it fell
offtoward the close of the week, and when the
steamer sailed prices were about the same as at
the date of the last previous advices. The price
of the staple was favorable to manufacturers, and
in the absence of all excitement they bought as
much as they really wanted, and no more.
The heavy investments in railroad stock had
absorbed much of the floating capital, and the rate
of discount was higher-on good commercial bills
from 2J to 3 per cent. The new Bank Charter
Act is said to have conferred an increased value
on money.
Daniel O'Connell has abandoned Federalism,
and will not now endorse anything short of un-
conditional repeal, and a Parliament at College
Green."
The Manchester Chamber of Commerce has
adopted strong resolutions in favor of a repeal of
the duty on raw cotton. 'The amount of the
duty is threequarters of a million sterling-a large
sum, forming no inconsiderable item in the Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer's annual budget. But
the tax is found to be so oppressive-so injurious
to the operations of the English manufacturer,
crippling his power, and preventing him from
competing with his foreign rival, that (according
to the European Times) it is more than probable
Ministers, during the ensuing meeting of Parlia-
ment will consent to give it up. Although the
duty is only 5-16thsof a penny per pound, it is
equal, the manufacturers say, to ten per cent, on
the manufactured article: one establishment, on
the year's produce, pays upwards of 20,000
more than the American manufacturer. The
grievance was place in a strong light before the
meeting by a gentleman connected with an Ameri-
can house. The Income Tax has so far exceeded
the Minister's estimate that it leaves him in pos-
session of an ample surplus, and as that tax must
either be renewed, or modified, or given up next
year, the manufacturers are in excellent position
to come to terms with him on the subject.
The newly appointed Consul for the United
States, the Honorable Joel W. White, has arrived
in Liverpool, and having been approved of by the
Queen, has commenced his official duties at the
port of Liverpool. Mr. White has for many years
occupied a highly honorable position in America,
and is greatly esteemed. He is a native of Bolton,
Conn; lately a resident of Norwich, in the same
State. His ort-poti.f,,sr the lakst twelve years
,as been in banking operations. ---
The Queen and Prince Albert have been paying
a visit to Northamptonshire, for the double purpose
of seeing Burleigh-house, originally the seat of
Queen Elizabeth's Minister, Cecil; and of being
present at the christening of the infant daughter
of the noble proprietor, the Marquis of Exeter, to
whom Prince Albert acted as god-father. Queen
Victoria has, onr several occasions, evinced a pen-
chant for treading in the footsteps of her prede-
cessor, Queen Elizabeth; she likes, evidently, to
see the scenes which that extraordinary woman
looked upon, to repose under the roof which shel-
tered the Virgin Queen," and to enter, as far as
the altered character of the age will permit it,
into the position of the great departed.
A movement is now going on in behalfofFather
Mathew, for not merely discharging his liabilities,
but raising him a fund which will place him be-
yond pecuniary need hereafter. Meetings have
been held in England, as well as in Ireland, on
the subject, and from the liberality of the subscrip-
tions, the required sum, twenty thousand pounds,
will be speedily forthcoming,
Spain now absorbs exclusively, the attention of
the quid nuns. From the turn which the debate
in the Chamber of Deputies at Madrid has taken,
it is tolerably clear that the new constitution,
which has been propounded by ministers, will
not receive even the semblance of a modification.
One of the ministers, indeed, has unblushingly
declared the crown is superior to any constitution!
"' The crown," exclaimed he, "overruled every


thing, and that was the form the Government of
Spain always had."

01- The Governor of New Hampshire has voted
a Bridge Charter because the Stockholders were
not made individually responsible. The Legisla-
ture sustained the Governor's veto.

EPITAPH ON AN ENGINEER.
FOUND IN A GRAVEYARD IN ENGLAND.
My engine now is cold and still,
No water does my boiler fill;
My coke affords its flame no more,
My days of usefulness are o'er.
My wheels deny their wonted speed,
No wore my guiding hand they heed ;
My whistle too has lost its tone,
Its shrill and thrilling notes are gone;
My valves are now thrown open wide,
My flanges all refuse to glide;
My clacks, also, though once so strong,
Refuse to aid the busy throng.
No more 1 feel each urging, breath,
My steam is now condensed in death ;
Life's railway's o'er, each station's past-
In death I'm s*opt, and rest at last-
Farewell, dear friends, and cease to weep.
In Christ I'm safe-in Him I sleep.

qCf- Love is at once the best temptation for a
hermit, and the best cure for a misanthrope,


City Council Proceedings.
COUNCIL CHAMBER,)
Wednesday Evening, Dec. llth, 1844.
Council met this evening. Present, David G.
Raney, Mayor; Councilmen, Messrs. Roberts,
Schiffer, Babcock, Simmons, Farrior and Guyon.
The minutes of the last meeting were read and
approved.
The Clerk reported the returns of Weigh Mas-
ters Foster, Goodlett, Shepard, Halsey, Hughes
and Kerr, and the Harbor Master and Marshal,
which were read and ordered on file.
He also, reported a balance in his hands be-.
longing to the Hospital fund, of ninety-six dol-
lars and five cents.
Mr. Farrior, from the Committee on Claims,
reported in favor ot the following bills, which
were severally passed and allowed, viz:-
Mr. Foster's bill tor repairing Engine,... .$1 50
Sam'1 Schiffer's bill for board of Mary Lou-
is, a p-uper,.........................4 00
Commercial Advertiser Ofice, for two
quarter's printing, as per contract,.... .40 00
Dr. W. S. Green for two quarter's salary
as City Physician,...................100 00
Patrick Grady's bill for laying side walk,
lumber, drayage, &c,.................45 00
The following bills were presented and referred
to the Committee on Claims, to wit:-,
Casper Horn, for bread furnished paupers,..$,31 72
Patrick Grady's for making coffins and bu-
rying paupers ........................ 35 00
Estate of Donald Campbell, for board of
paupers,............................15 00
J. W. Babcock's, for lumber, &c.........20 29
A report was received from the Tax Collector
and read by the Clerk, and on motion of Mr.
Guyon, duly seconded, the said report was re-
ferred to the Finance Committee, to report thereon.
The report of the Special Committee appointed
to settle with the Apalachicola Land Company,
was received and read by the Clerk, from which
it appears that the interest due them, on Bonds of
the City, was paid up to the 1st day of June last,
and one hundred and thirty-eight dollars and
nineteen cents of the principal, endorsed on Bond
No. 1.
The Special Committee to whom was referred
the petition of members of Fire Company, and
others, to remove the Engine House, reported
unfavorably thereon, for various reasons, and of.
fered the following resolution.
Resolved, That the Committee on Contracts,
be authorized forthwith to contract for'the repair
of such parts of the Shell Walk as may be neces.
sary, running from the Engine House to the North
side of Centre street, with plank or shells as
may be deemed adviseable, and where necessary,
add sufficient to the walk in Centre street in width,
to make a good track for the Engine to Water
street. 1
And thereupon, Mr. Farrior, offered the f 1.
lowing as an amendment to the said resolution,
striking out all after the word "Resolution," and
reading "That the Engine House be removed
from its present location to the foot of Centre
street," which was lost.
Mr. Farrior asked for the ayes and noes.-
Ayes-Messrs. Farrior and Guyon; Noes-Messrs.
Babcock, Schiffer, Simmons and Roberts.
Mr. Schiffer, then offered the following as an
amendment to the resolution offered by said Com-
mittee, striking out all after the word Resolu-
tion," and inserting "That the Committee on
Contracts be ordered to contract for a side walk
from the Engine House to Panton street, down to
Water street, of a suitable width for the Engine
to be carried."
Which amendment was lost.
Mr. Schiffer, then moved the reconsideration
of the amendment offered by Mr. Farrior, which
motion was lost.
And thereupon, Mr. Roberts, moved the adop--
tion of the original resolution, offered by the
Coramlilat ..W1 t ltVlactl wmuf, I ...I ., r .- ai-
ried.
Mr. Farrior asked for the ayes and noes, which
were as follows: Ayes-Messrs. Roberts, Sim-
mons. Babcock, and the casting voteof the May-
or; Noes-Messrs. Schiffer, Guyon and Farrior.
Mr. Guyon, from the Special Committee ap-
pointed in relation to procuring another Fire En-
gine, reported that said Committee were of opin-
ion that the WaterlfordFire Engines," were the
best and cheapest for the use of the city, and
said Committee were instructed to ascertain the
amount that the several Fire Insurance Compa-
nies, having agencies in this city, would contri-
bute towards procuring another Engine for the
use of the city, and report thereon at a future
meeting.
Whereupon, the Mayor appointed Mr. Guyon,
on the Committeeof Contracts and Improvements,
in the place of the late E. J. Wood.
The following resolutions were offered and
adopted, viz"
By Mr. Guyon:
Resolved, That two posts seven feet above the
surface of the earth, be placed by the City Mar-
shal in a proper position, in front of each block
on Water street, on the front line of said street.
By Mr. Roberts:
Resolved, That the Marshal be instructed to
notify the owners ot property on Commerce street,
between Centre and Cherry streets, to put the
side walks in front of their property in repair,
and where necessary build new walks.
By Mr. Farrior:
Resolved, That Messrs. Richard G. Porter,
Henry R. Taylor and Anson Hancock, be, and
they are hereby appointed as Inspectors of the
coming election to be held on the 1st Monday in
January next
Mr. Guyon, seconded by Mr. Simmos, moved
that Mr. Dickinson be permitted to rse the City
Council Chamber as a school room for the balance


of this month, which was agreed to.
Mr Roberts, seconded by Mr. Schiffer, moved
that the Committee on Contracts be instructed to
report a plan for, and the probable costs of, a
suitable School House.
On motion the Council then adjourned.
Civil Rejoinders-The wits of the lawyers are
sometimes almost as sharp as their appetites,
but occasionally they get hold of rough custo-
mnrp. For example, the following anecdotes are
selected from a recent work entitled '* Law and
the Lawyers."
Humbug.-An intelligent female witness ha-
ving been much perplexed by a barrister in a
long cross-examination, happened, in replying,
to use the word humbug."
1o Madam," said Ihe man of law, you must
not trlk unintelligibly. What are the court
and jury to understand by the word humbug?"
The lady hesitated.
1I must insist, madam," said the barrister,
anticipating a victory, that you proceed no
further until you state, plainly and openly, what
you mean by the word humbug."
"Why, then, sir," returned the lady, J don't
know how better to explain my meaning than
by saying, if I met a company of persous who
were strangers to you, and should tell- them
that when they saw you they might prepare to
meet a remarkable handsome, genteel, agreeable
looking man, that wouldbe a---humbug"


The termination of the late Presidential elec-
tion, seems, from report, to have set in motion, in
the adjoining States, a multitude of candidates
for the few and comparatively valueless public
offices in this Territory, at the disposal of the
General Government.
This apparent desire to make the Territory a
simple appanage for the humbler adventurers in
party politics, throughout the country, has excit-
ed a feeling of more general indignation among
the inhabitants of Florida, than any previous
similar attempt, though always viewed as obnox-
ious; and we are inclined to think the sentiment
will be as lasting as it is general. We are pleased
to find that our fellow-citizens are disposed to re-
sist such an invasion of their rights and privileges
as this greediness of their offices implies, and shall
willingly aid them in exposing the injustice as
well as impolicy, of placing strangers in positions,
which are to be maintained exclusively by their
industry and enterprise. The public offices of a
Territory, not less than of a State, should of right
be among the incentives to a residence in a new
country, and a reward of that capacity for fulfil-
ling their duties advantageously, which a per-
manent residence among a population, can alone
afford a satisfactory evidence.
In calling the attention of our readers to this
subject, we must premise that our observations

have no reference to the individuals whose names
we have heard mentioned as desirous of obtruding
themselves upon us. With some of them we are
personally acquainted; and in every position but
that in which they wish to place themselves to-
wards us, we have for them, every kind and
friendly feeling. WAe know them as men of worth;
but with their qualifies or pretensions we wish,
in this matter, to; have no concern; it is our in-
tentionjt. examine te, subject solely on general
princiP.4", and this declaration, we trust, will
satisfy all who are interested in the matter.
The forced dependence of our Territory since
its organization, upon men from distant States to
fill its public offices, has long been a source of
regret to all who feel concerned for the welfare
and character of our own citizens. This feeling
has become so strong of late, that strenuous efforts
have been, and are making, to awaken a deter-
mination alike to qualify themselves for the duties
of the offices, and to assert their exclusive right
to hold them. Heretofore, the difficulty has been
that, from the sparseness of population, and the
poverty consequent upon settling a new country,
there has not been, in the amount of the Terri-
torial salaries, inducements or rewards, sufficient
to intpel men to qualify themselves for the duties
that necessarily depend on distinction, particularly
in the learned professions. This state of things
no longer exists. The increase of wealth and po.-
pulation conjoined with a practical experience of
the evils arising from the laws being enforced by
men, strangers to the peculiar habits of our peo-
ple, have gradually produced a general movement
to set them aside by the sure method of holding
out to resident merit, the proper motives to ex-
ertion, in the rewards that may stimulate the
meritorious to their best efforts. The consequence
has been, that we have created, or otherwise
brought within our borders, men in abundance,
fully competent to fill to the highest advantage of
the people, every office, from the Judgeship of the
Superior Court to the constable of a village, from
the Collectorship of a port of entry to that of a tide
waiter. In aid of this laudable spirit of emulation
and local pride, we call upon the General Govern-
ment to give the honors and emoluments that are
attached to the pnblic offices of the Territory ex.-
clusively to Floridian talent in the persons of its
citizens.
We shall notice this subject again.

gC. The governor of Mississippi having pardon-
ed the Editor of the Vicksburg Sentinel, who had
been imprisoned by a Jndge for contempt of Court,
the Judge recommitted him, and talksof commit-
ting the Governor.
r. The result of the election in the city of Sa-
vannah, held on the 2d inst., gives a democratic
majority, for Mayor, of 51 votes, and for the Coun-
cil ticket an average of 54 majority. In addition
to the democratic[ and whig tickets, there was a
ticket run by the Reform party,

fry The Place of Honor, it is said, has been
accorded to the United States, in the decorations
of the new :Royal Exchange in London-the ar-
morial ensigns of Grc, t B ..din being placed over
the centre of the west portico, and those of our
country over the east portico.


We deem it a pecularly tortunate circumstance,
'hat at the time when Florida, may expect to be
called upon to take her position in the great fami-
ly of American States, and to organize her State
Government, she should find herself so free from
the embarrassment of internal party dissension,
and political excitement. At no times perhaps
since she ceased to be a dependant of Spain, has
she experienced so much uniformity among her
people, upon all subjects of domestic policy, so
little of party rancour, jealousy and strife. Many
old matters of grievance, of contention, and divi-
sion, have passed away, and left us comparatively,
of one mind, upon all subjects of a general and
leading character. If the people are divided into
parties, it is only in name. There scarcely exists
any division as it regards policy or principle.
We regard this as peculiarly fortunate, and as
affording the happiest omen of the future welfare
and prosperity of the new State. Florida will
thus, in the organization of her new Government,
have the advantage of being enabled to call to her
aid, her best sons, her wisest heads, and truest
hearts. Party spirit, it may be hoped, will not
have sufficient influence, to drive from her coun-
sels, any who might yield efficient service, in the
establishment of her government,, and the intro-
duction of a system of measures adapted to her al-
teru ,,tlitical condition.-Star of Florida.
The path that leads to fortune too often passes
through the narrow defile of meanness, which a
m Mn of exalted spirit cannot stoop to tread.


OMMERCll L ADVERTISER.
APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, DEC. 21, 1844.

The Weather.-The weather during the early
part of the week, was uncommonly cold and
blusterous for this place. Ice formed even until
midday on Tuesday last-in the shade-in our
Streets, which is a thing of very rare occurrence
among us. Cloaks, overcoats, mits, and other et
eeteras, was in great demand and were brought
into requisition. To-day it is'as warm and as
gentle as a May morn. Ours is a most lovely and
delightful climate, though as coquettish as a girl
in her teens-it is as yielding and as gentle too;
and its darkest frowns are succeeded by so sweet
a smile of sunshine, which makes it seem more
lovely even from the contrast.
The Superior Court.-The Superior Court for
this county, has this day adjourned until February
next, it has been in session for nearly three
weeks, His Honor Judge Carmack. presiding.-
The business of the Court though it progressed
more slowly than is in accordance with the wishes
of our community, during the business season of
the year, was transacted with so scrupulous a re-
gard to justice and the welfare of the country,
that none can complain. The Grand Jurors are,
We are pleased to see, exercising a vigilant and
very wholesome supervision over the morals and
manners of our people. The District Attorney,
is prompt, efficient and determined in the dis-
charge of his official duties; and their united acts
addressed singly to the true interests of our com-.
munity, will, we hope, leave few wrongs unre-
dressed, few crimes unpunished ; and will vindi-
cate the character of Florida justice, in this por-
tion of the Territory, at least, from the charges
which have been so liberally heaped upon it.
Popular Delusions.-On our first page appears
rather an instructive article upon the subject of
iPopular Delusions." Less instructing to the
poet, perhaps, than to the historian, to whom it
furnishes an example of our proneness to refer
natural phenomena to supernatural causes, and
to act upon hypothesis thus hastily established-
the more confidently, the more completely they
are removed from tangible reputation. And yet
more interesting to us who sail upon a "summer's
sea," to indicate the scattered fragments of ano-
ther's wreck, than positively useful to guard us
against the same misfortune. Notwithstanding
the frequent desturbances of which our larger
cities have from time to time been the theatre,
we have yet many restraints upon popular out-
rage; the forms of our laws, which allows cooling
time to popular feeling, are essentially conserva-
tive, and most especially conservative is that dis-
position among our sober citizens to stop them-
selves, and hold others back, until fully satisfied
that the next step will not plunge them into a
predicament or puddle. Individual prudence is,
in society as in solitude, the correction of indi-
vidual responsibility.

Among the arrivals in our city during the past
week, we notice the announcement of Gen. JoHN
DILL, of Georgia. To the old inhabitants of our
city the name of this gentleman is redolent with
the most pleasing recollections of the olden time.
Gen. Dill first sojourned at the point where Apa-
lachicola now stands, in the year 1818. He was
then attached to the United States Army. He is
familiar with the history of the destruction of
the negro fort, (now Fort Gadsden,) and was con-
nected with the earliest American settlements
upon this river. As we before remarked, the ap-
pearance of this gentleman brings pleasing recol-
lections to the minds of our old inhabitants-hi
countenance is associated with.scenes of halaritys
and festivity of by-gone days-times when many
of our old citizens are disposed to think the souls
of the inhabitants of Apalachicola had a wider
flow, and their hearts a more buoyant and gener-
ous beat, than is now to be found among the
crowds that jostle in her streets.

PROPELLER FLORIDA."
We had the pleasure yesterday, of examining
the new and beautiful steam Propeller "Florida,"
Capt. Clift, just arrived from New York, and
intended for the trade between this port and
New Orleans. This schooner, the first of the
kind ever employed in this trade, is of 210 tons
burthen, constructed after the most approved plan,
and propelled by an engine of superior power, the
propeller is of Loper's invention. Her model is
pronounced by competentjudgesunexceptionable,


and in elegant accommodations for passengers and
convenient arrangements for freight, she may just-
ly take rank, with the first class of steam vessels.
Her speed is from seven to ten knots an hour,
and we are informed by Capt. Clift, that her late
trip from New York has eminently proved her
sea worthiness, having encountered severe wea-
ther without hinderance or apparent danger. It
is expected that her trips between this port and
New Orleans will be made with great regularity,
.and with so short intervals as to facilitate very
much the trade of our own Merchants, and still
more of those from the interior, to whom the
safety and despatch afforded by the present ar-
rangement are of highest importance.
Capt. C. has been so long and favorably known
in our business community, that it would be
superfluous for us, to speak of the undoubted con-
fidence reposed in him by all who have occasion
to trade from this Port to New Orleans. We
trust that his present efforts to increase and faci-
litate our trade will meet with deserved encour.
agement. We recommend to our business citi-
zens generally, and to the Merchants and Planters
from the interior, to visit this elegant vessel,
now lying at our wharves, and examine and judge
for themselves.










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MARINE INTELLIGENCE,
PORT OF APL\XACHICOLA... ..Dc. 21.
CLEARED.
Ship Tuskina, Williams, for Liverpool, by
Nourse, Stone & Co.
Brig Star, Chase, for Baltimore, by Charles
Rogers & Co.
Brig Republic, Gates, for Philadelphia, by Chas
Rogers & Co.
Brig Bordeaux, Barns, for Providence, by D B
Wood & Co.
Propellor Florida, Clift, for New Orleans.
Schr Octavia, Chnrchill, for N Orleans, Master.
AR RIVED.
.Barque Quinnebaug, Fulton, fm Mobile to D B
Wood & Co.
Barque Tecumseh, Ripley, fm New York, toT
L Mitchell.
Brig Cordelia, Hatch, fin Ponce, P R.
Propellor Florida, Clift, fm New York.
Schr Octavia, Ch-rchill, fm New Orleans, to
McKay & Hartshorne.
Schr Swallow, Shannon, fm New Orleans.
Schr Sarah Lavina, Taylor, fin Baltimore.
Steamer Siren, Van Veghten, fm Browns Ferry.
Steamer A.'gusta, Hall, fm Columbus.
Steamer Champion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Steamer Agnes, Alien, fnm Columbus.
,Steamer Lowell, Moore, fnm Jernigan.
Steamer Columbus, Crenshaw, fin Columbus.
Steamer Boston, J A Morton, fm Colimbus. 0
Steamer Notion L C Morton. fin Columbus.
Cotton Box Little Pickle, Stapleton, fm Colum-
bus. -
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Mary Francis, 326 tons, Boston, loading-D B
Wood & Co.
Element, Turner, 449 tons, for Boston, loading-
D B Wood \ Co.
Tallahassee, Hadley 439 tons, waiting-J Day
& Co.
Tarolinta, Smith, 549 tons, Liverpool, loading--
J Day & Co.
Sabbittis, Cox, 449 tons, loading, Bostonr-D B
Wood & Co.
Florence, Leach, 267 tons, freight or charter-
Harper & Holmes.
BARQUES.
Eliza, Talbot, 279 tons, New York-McKay &
Hartshorne.
Alabama, Merrit, 343 tons, awaiting freight-
Harper & Holmes.
N Brown, Andros, 196 tons, for Providence, load.
ing-T L Mitchel.
Tiberius, dlawes, 290 tons, for Boston, loading-
D B Wo6d t Co,
Quinnebaug, Fulton, 234 tons, Boston, loading-
D B Wood & Co.
Tecumseh, Ripley, tons, awaiting freight-T
.L Mitchell.
SC >ll':5ws a i1 was a ouk r '_ wv l
ing--.T Day & Co.
Rolla, Giherson, 213 tons, Boston-W G Porter
& Co.
Lion, Alexander 338 tons, awaiting freight-
Harper & 1-olmes.
BRIGS.
Yucatan, Baker, 177 tons, Boston, loading-D B
Wood & Co.
Cordelia, Hatch, 199 tons, awaiting freight-Master
Camilla, Nlandieul, 193 tons, New York, load-
ing-Chas Rogers & Co.
Old Colony, Chase, 244 tons$ Boston, loading-D
B Wood & Co.
Historian, Lfin, 242 tons, New York, loading-
W H Kimbrough & Co.
-SCHOONERS.
President, Nickerson, 63 tons, Boston--Master.
Romeo, Yonng, -tons, discharging-W A Wood.
Swallow, Shannon, 122tons, N Orleans-Master.
Sarah Lavina, Taylor, 71 tons. fm Baltimore-
Master.


Samuiel Schiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
fW- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
dec21 Apalachicola, Fla.
L. W* Spratt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office, No. 45 Water street-Up stairs.
(enteeance on Chestnut street.)
W Apalachicola, Fla.
(t- Will practice in the Courts of the Apalachi-:
cola District, the Courts of Jackson and Leon
counties, Middle District, and the Court of Ap-
peals at Tallahassee. dec21

07: We are requested by Seth
P. LEWIS, Esq., to say, that he is not a Candi-
date for Mayor at the ensuing election, dec21

E Exchange.- Checks at sight
on New York for sale by I M WRIGHT,
dec14 No. 3 Columbus Block.

C Exchange.-Drafts on New
York and Providence, at sight, in sums to suit 4
Purchasers, for sale by T L MITCHEL,
nov30 37 Water street.

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

C The undersigned will make
liberal advances on Cotton consigned to his friends
Messrs. Tisdale & Borden, New York. ]
WM. T. WOOD,
nov23 33 Water street.
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. J
f7" The subscribers continue as
heretofore, to make advances on Cotton consigned
to the address of their friends in Liverpool, New "
York or Boston. CHAS. ROGERS &CO.,
dec21 47 Water street.


PASSENGERS.
Per brig Cordelia-J C Gallaher, Esq., U S
Consul,-for Ponce,. P R.
Per steamer AugiP':a-L Rowdon,W R Hunter,
J G Howard.
Per steamer Lowell-Doct E E Du Bose and
son, Jas A Sanford and son, G E Tntland and
son, Jas L Daniels, J W Lewis.
Per steamer Notion-Messrs Ward, Alexander
and Tucker.
Per steamer Agnes-Mr J Jordan.
Per steamer Siren-W S Beal, J F Farriorand
Avery.
Per steamer Columbus-Capt Sharpless; Messrs
Bugbee, Davis, Ondrey, Crenshaw and Lloyd.
Per steamer Boston-Messrs Reynolds, Green-
berry and Locke.
Per steamer Champion-Miss Bliss, Gen'l John
Dill, Judge Spann, Messrs J C Maclay, H D
King, Bliss, Wardlow, Peterson, Pace, Bryan
and 8 on deck. -0
Per schr Florida fm New York-Messrs Wood-
house, Lawson and Peeples.
Per schrs Florida sailed this evening for New
Orleans-Mrs E Comprat, J C Gallaher, Esq,
Capt Taylor, Capt Miner, and Mr Le.ds.


Notice.
NEW YORK, December 2d, 1344.


To the Consignees of Goods, arriving
at Apalachicola, insured in New Yor
r JHE underwriters in New York: have suffer
very much by the improper sacrifice of goo
sold at Auction in Apalachicola, on account
sei damage. The policies require, in case
partial loss by.sea damage to Dry Goods, Cutle
or other Hardware, that the loss shall be asce
trained by a separation and sale of that portico
only of the contents of the packages which a
damaged and not otherwise, and that the san
principle shall be allowed uw to all other me
chandize, as far as practicable. The Rules al
require that the damaged parts of Cargo be so
in small lots to suit the convenience of purchaser
*Whole packages destined for places in the int
rior, have frequently been sold at Apalachicola
a lot without the knowledge of the owner, by th
Consignee there; and by that means depriving
the owner of part packages of sound goods an
causing heavy losses to some one, but for whici
hereafter, the Apalachicola consigrnees will b
held responsible.
The multiplication of protests is not needed
.a.ritraL.or.atmast. an original and duplicate
protest forwarded to the Agent of the vessel i
New York is sufficient for all the New York un


derwriters. Signed
S BALDWIN, Prest.
Jackson Marine Ins Co.
ZEB COOK, Jr., Prest.
.Mutunl Safety Ins Co.
T B SATTERTHWAITE, V. P.
NvFew York Ins Co.
WM NEILSON, Prest.
.Merchant's Muturl Ins Co.
A B NEILSON, Prest.
Sun Mutual Ins Co.
ABM OGDEN, Prest.
General Mutual Ins Co.
WALTER R JONE4, Prest.
of the ./tlantic Mutual Ins Co.
L GREGORY, Prest.
of the Mercantile Mutual Ins Co
THOMAS HALE, V P
of the Alliance Mutual Ins Co.
PHILLIP HONE, Prest.
decl4 ./1merican Mutual Ins Co.

U Liberal advances will be
made on Cotton consigned to their friends in
New York or Boston, by
WM. G. PORTER & CO.,
dec14 41 Water street

W The subscriber will keep
through the season, a good supply of WEST IN-
DIA and WESTERN PRODUCE, of the best
kind, which he offers to the people, at fair prices,
at wholesale only. C L LeBARO'N,
nov.23 30 Wator strppt.
OR -ALE.-A prime article of "Cneiduo
county" N. Y., Butter, by
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
dec21 46 Water street.
OFFEE-20 sks Havana Coffee, for sale low
to close a consignment, by
dec21 NURSE, STONE & CO.
46 Water street.
COTTON SAMPLE PAPER.-Of all sizes
and colors, for sale by J C ALLEN,
decl4 cor of Commerce and Centre sts.
ANTER WANT1ED.-A good SIGN PAIN-
L TER will find steady employment and good
ages, by applying to JAS GIBSON,
dec21 Commerce street.
SAISINS in boxes and hf boxs for sale by
LR AVERY & JONES,
dec 21 24 Water street.
'LOUR.-100 bbls fresh Flour, just received
Super schr Ashland, for sale by
dec21 C L LeBARON, 30 Water st.
50n bbls Whiskey; 75 do Flour;
J50 10 do Molasses, for sale by
AVERY & JONES,
dec21 24 Water street.
[0 HHDS New Orleans Sugar;
S 5 do St. Croix do., for sale by
AVERY & JONES,
dec21 24 Water street.
350 bags RIO COFFEE;
50 2 10 do Java, for sale by
dec21 AVERY & JONES, 24 Water st.


iistnict at least ten days before the return day of )iuuM L A LAWRtEtNCt, VPesident. FOR RENT.-A front Office,- in store
this writ, and by all other lawful means whatsoev- JOSEPH B NONES, Vice President. E!;; No. 31 Water street-Up stairs. For fur.
er, by which the same may be most notorious and LEWIS BENTON, Secretary. treet- p stairs oru
public, to be and appear atea Court to be held in the CPT SAM'L CANDLER Marine Inspector. other particulars apply to
city of Apalachicola on the twenty-seventh day of WILLIAM WELLS, Fire Surveyor. RAIMOND" & SCOTT,
December instant, and also to attend upon every nov23 3t Waverly House.
session or sessions specified until a definitive de- HE subscriber, AGENT for the above Corn. 10 AND JAVA COFFEE:-
cree or sentence shall be made and promulgated pany, is now prepared to receive applications I 200 bags Rio Coffee;
in said business, inclusively if any of them shall for Marine, Inland transportation and Fire risks, 25 do Old Gov't Java do.
think it their business so to do, to hear, abide bvy, r Marine, Inland transportation and Fire risks, 25 do Old Gov't Java do.
and perform all and singular such judicial acts as and to issue policies on reasonable terms. For sale by
are necessary and by law required to be done and STEPHEN T. SKILLMAN, DODGE & GARDNER,
expedited in the premises, and further to do and dec21 40 Water street.
receive what unto law and justice appertains under 33 Water street.ORN & POTATOES
the pain of the law and contempt thereof, the ab- Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844. nov5 6 ORN & POTATOES:
sence and continuancy of them and each and eve-. nov 5 buss Corn Meal;
ry of them in any wise notwithstanding; and what- W W.G. 1!I. Davis, 50 do Sweet Potatoes;
soever you shall do in the premises, you shall duly A T T R N E Y AT LA W, 50 bbis Chenango do;
certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the time and Office in Capt. Simmon's Buildings, cor. of Centre 25 do Nova Scotia do, for sale by
place aforesaid, together with these presents. and Commerce sts Up stairs.E B WHITMARSH -
Witness the Hon'le SAM'L W. CARMACK, Judge Wil and Commerce sts.-Up stairs. E B WHITMARSH, s .
of our said Court, this 13th day of December, A. Will continue, as usual, to practice law in dec21 29e Water street.
D., 1844. GEO. F. BALTZELL' the Superior Court; his duties as Judge of the -TEW GOODS per Barque Eliza.
dec21, 3t Clerk. County Court, does not interfere with his prac- N 250 twilled Red Flannel Shirts;
DISSOLUTION OFI|CO-PARTNERSHIP.- twice as an Attorney and Counsellor. nov30 300 pairs of Negro Pants;
JThe Co-Partnership heretofore existing un- TUMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned 75 pair Satinett Pants;
der the name and style of HOYT & LAW. having been appointed Inspector of Lumber 200 twilled striped Cotton Shirts.*
RENCE," Carpenters, is this day dissolved by for the County of Franklin, offers his services to 100 Check, Cotton and Linen bosomdo.
mutual consent. All claims due by said firm are the public in that capacity, arid will attend to all For sale very low by
requested to be presented, and those indebted to duties appertaining to said appointment. dec21 F KOPMAN.
make payment to Ebenezar Hoyt, iwho will con- (i- Office corner Commerce and Forbes street. AILS & IRON.-100 Nails;
tinue the above business on his account, the name- JOHN LUCAS. N, AIL0tons assorted Swedes Ironls;
of the firm to be used in liquidation only. Apalachicola, Oct. 15, 1844. o19 tf 5 d o do E nglish do;
(Signed) EBWM C LAWRENCE. EGARS.-Regalia, Havana and Principeor sale by E
WplLchWFcoENCor sale by AVERY & JONES, WM C -PORTER & CO.,
Apalachicola, Dec. 17, 1844 dec21 2m. dec7 24 Water street. de 21 41 Water street.-


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ALEXANDRIA LOTTERY
CLASS No. 45.
To be drawn at Alexandria, D. C. Dec. 21, 1
SEVENTY-FIVE NUMBER LOTTERY
Twelve drawn Ballots.
Scheme.

ONE PRIZE OF $30.00(
1..prize of. .$10,000... .is... .$10,00
1..............6,000 ........... 6,00
1 .............3,140 ...........3,14
1............. 3,000 ........... 3,00
1.............2,500 ........... 2,50
1.............2,000 ...........2,00
50.............1,000 .......... 50,00
206............... 500 .......... 10,00
20 ....... .. 300 ........... 6,00
123...............200 ..........24,60
!26 ............... 100 .......... 12,60
126 ................ .60 ........... 7,56
126 ................50-........... 6,30
126 ................ 40........... 5,04
,.54 ................ 20 .......... 73,08
23,435. ............... 10 ......... 234,36
27,814.... Prizes amounting to.... .486,18
TICKETS $10-Sliares in proportion.
JN the above Scheme, formed by the tern
combination of 75 numbers, making 67,525
kets, and the drawing of 12 ballots, there will
220 Prizes, each having three drawn number's
4,159 each having two of them on; and 23,'
each having one only, of them on; and also 39,
tickets having none of the drawn numbers
being blanks. To determine the fate of th
prizes and blanks, 79 numbers-from 1 to 75
elusive-will be severally placed in a wheel
the day of the drawing, and 12 of them will
drawn out at random; and that ticket having
it, either one, or more of them, will be Priz
The ticket having on it, as a combination, t
1st, 2d and 3d drawn numbers, will be entity
the Capital Prize, the 4th, 5th and 6th, the ne
and so on, i.n proportion.
J G GREGORY & CO., Manners,
B S HAWLEY, Agent,
dec21 cor. of Chestnut and Commerce s


, THE POPULAR REMEDY IN THE SOUTH TMTTTDAW1 fN h
Y. AND WEST FOR FEVER & AGUE. INSURANCE AGENCIES. Fall and Winter Arrangement.
THE U. S. Mail steamer SIREN
S14. HE 1HE NEW YORK CONRIBUTIONSHIP will leave Apalachicola, every
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Office, t- 0 TUESDAY and SATURDAY
No Wal st., insures Dwllin Houses Wareht at 12 o'clock.
No. 57'Wall st., insures Dwelling Houses, Ware- Leaves Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY
Houses, and Buildings in general; Merchandise, and SUNDAY evenings at 8 o'clock, and Chat-
Household Furniture, Ship building, Ships in tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12
)0 Port and their Cargoes, and every description of o'clock, M.
0 Tv.personal property, against loss or damage by fire. o14 Contractors.
10 SMYTH ROGERS, President, C rco.
J J.. SMAT9 crinFOR LIVERPOOL. -The fine fast.
R0 -.W. MARTIN, Secretary. sailing ship TAROLINTA, Smith, mas-
0 Direct6rs. ter, having two-thirds of her cargo en-
0 .T. Smyth Rogers, E. D. HItibirt, gaged and going on board, will have despatch.
0 ds a Jas. Bryar, John J. Palmer. For freight or passage, apply to
)0 Jas. McBride, Peter Lorillard, decl4 J DAY & CO., Water Lt.
-John Adams, Jas McCall,
0 John Haggerty, Robt. McCoskry, FOR LIVERPOOL.-The superior
ALLIGHAN'S vegetable VGulian C. Verplanck, Henry Parish, baque COLOSSUS, McDonald, master,
aa.ohn ohnson, ruhen Withers, has two-thirds of her cargo engaged, will
0 PILLS, a certain and lasting cure for that Joseph Kernochan, Wmn Scott, meet with despatch. For freight apply to
0 disease. For sale bC J C ALLEN, PeterJ. Nevius, Ferdinand Suydam, nov30JDA & O at t
0 dec21 cor Centre and Commerce streets. Richard Irvin, Geo P Pollen, nov0 J DAY& CO, 52 Waterst.
C. V. S. Roosevelt, William Colgate, 1FOR BOSTON.-The hiw fast sail

0 NEW NOVELS Lowell Holbrook, oing ship ELEMENT, Turner, master .

IHE Pbsbe h E TecF Oed om New -," "The Contributionship Insurance Com- of which, or passage, apply to
I York, the following New Works:- pany," will also, insure against losf or damage by dec21 D B WOOD & CO., 29 Water st.
ary "The Birth)ight," Inland or River Navigation, on favorable terms. FOR BOSTON he fast sailing bark.
tic- "Blanche of Navarre," NOURSE, STONE & CO., Agents, TIBERIUS, O mater, wilng ar
be ,, GerolsteinT" IB ., Ae s TIBERIUS, Howes, master, will meet
on; eArrao Neil," nov30 46 Water street. A with despatch. For freight on deck or
Son; Arrah Nell," passage apply to the master, or to
43r6 "Wandering Jew," THE "GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST passage apply tBWO the master& CO, or 29 Water
711 n, The Jilt," COMPANY," with a Capital of $500,000
ese N. B Arrangements have been ade paid in, and security invested, will take FIRE, BAUG Fulton, master, w QUI NE
in- with the publishers, by which all the NEW INLAND, and MARINE RISKS, on as IQw immediate despatch. For passage only,
on NOVELS, of the season, will be regularly re- terms as any other good Office in the United ap'ly to D B WOOD & Co.,
be ceiVed as soon as possible after their publication. States. The above named Company having paid dec21 29 Water street.
on B S HAWLEY,es. The above named Company having paid
es. dec21 cor of Chestnut and Colmmerce stk. a large amount of losses in this City during the FOR BOSTON--Tosail the 25th inas.
the past ten yerd e and i"c e ay s Itance, to the en- The fst sailing new brig YUCATON,
thled JOSEPH SCHROTD, past ten years, and in every insBtance, to the en- 3aker, master, will sail as above. olr
xt, No. 44 Wlater, near Chestnut St. tire satisfaction of the parties assured; rely upon freight on deck or passage, apply to
D EALER in Fancy Hardware, Fine Cutlery, their well earned reputation for continuance dec21 D B WOOD & CO., 29 Water st.
Perfumary, &c., consisting in part of public patronage. FORBOSTON The ship MARY
Fine Pen & Pocket Knives, and Scissors; ( THE subscribers havin-been appointed FRANCES, Jewett, Master, will meet
t Eleg. Razors,and ChapPort Folio's Razor Strops; gents of the above named Company, are fully with immediate despatch. For freight
Steel Pens and Pen Holders; prepared, and are authorized to act assuch.. ot a tew bales on deck, or passage, apply to
Fine Gold Dimond Pointed Pens; J DAY & CO., de7 29 Water street& Co.
Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks; nov9 52 Water street. FOR BOS NThe ship SABBAT
.k: Patent Inkstands; Fine Letter Paper; F TIS, Cox, master, will meet s iSABBAT-
Fine Gold and Silver Pencils; SUN MUTUAL INSUANCE CO., Tpa, Cox, master, will meet with des-
,ed Genuine German Cologne, and fine Per- of the City of New York. patch for the above port. F6r freight
ds fumes for Handkerchiefs, &c. on deck or passage apply to
Trustees: D B WOOD & CO,
of Bear's Oils; Toilette Mirrors; James D P Ogden, William H Macy, nov3 29 W ater street.
of Fine Cloths, Hair and Tooth Brushes; Moses H Grinnell, Fred'k Wissmann. W r street.
Dr dressingg and Fine Tooth Combs; Conrad W Faber, Joseph Foulke, Jr. FOR BOSTON-The brig OLD COL-
ry Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders; Samuel M Fox, Hamilton Murray, ONY, Chase, Master, will meet with
r- Morocco Pocket Books; Tweezers; Wm Edgar Howland, Jacob R Nevius, daespatch. For freight on deck or pas
'n Ladies' Fine Feather Fans; John H Hicks, Fred'k G. Foster, sage, apply to D. B. WOOD & Co.,
Feather Dusteis; Key Rings; Godfrey Pattison, Richard K Haight, pply to B. WOOD & Co.,
re Violin and Violin Strings; Sidney Mason, Wm S Alley, dec7 29 Water street.
e Sewing Knttng Needles, &c.,&c. chuyler Livingston, G Winthrop Gray, FOR PROVIDENCE, R. I.-Tht bak
ne Sewing ,S-Knitting Needles, &c., &c. Theodore Vietor, Roswell Sprague, NICHOLAS BROWN, Andros, master,
r- Also, a good supply of single and double bar- Henry Holdrege, Oliver Slate, Jr. NICHOLAS BROWN, Andios,master,
so reled GUNS, RIFLES, &c., all of which he Anthony B Neilson Drake Mills, will have immediate dispatch. For
offers cheap for Cash. Alfred Seton, Robert L Maitland, freight or passage, apply to
ld Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. dec21 Charles Sagory, Joseph W Alsop, Jr. dec21 T L MITCHEL, 37 Water st.
s Bernard Graham, Elias Ponvert, FOR NEW YORK-Star Line-The
.- FRANKLIN SUPERIOR COURT. Theodore Dehon, John D Van Beuren. FORast sailingbaque ELIZA, Talbot, mas-
e- R J MOSE', administrator, &c., on John Locke, A B NEILSON, President.
in dec'd estate, vs. William H Shepherd. ALFRED SETON Vice President. A ter, will have despatch. For freight or
he HE defendant and all others interested, will JOHN WHITEHEAD, Secretary. passage, apply to the master, or to
1 please take notice, that I have filed a petition McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
-g for foreclosure of mortgage of certain personal HE' undersigned AGENTS of the above decl4 40 Water street.
Id property in the City Hotel, consisting of furni- Company, are prepared to take MARINE FOR NEW YORK.-The fine c
h, ture, &c., and that I will apply for foreclosure of and RIVER RISKS, on the most favorable terms. nered and copper fastened bark ROLLA
e said mortgage at the next term of the Superior HARPER & HOLMES, Gibertson, master, having part of her
Court for the county of Frankline cargo on board, will have immediate despatch as
R J MOSES, administrator, nov19 51 Water street above. For balance of freight or passage, apply
; de bonis non, &c., on John Locke, dec'd, estate. FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE to ttee master, or to W G PORTER & CO.,
te A)alachicola,_Dec. Qo. 0-44.- dec21 3m -iINSURICANCE. deA4 41 Water street.
in WTIIEREAS, GEORGE S. HAWKINs, Es'q. I .U AW EO 41 Water street.b
VV Attorney of the United States for the Dis- T IE ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY- F OR NEW YORK-The fine brig
t f d hCAMILLA, Mandevillea Master, has hel
trict aforesaid, in the name and behalf, as well of Capital $200,000! and the PROTEC- cargo going on board. For deck freight
the United States, as Hiram Nourse, Esq., Col. TION INSURANCE CO.,Capital $1,000 only, argo gong on board. For deck freightCo.
lector of the Customs for the District and Port of N CHAS. ROGERS & Co.
Apalachicola, in the District aforesaid, and of all In addition to the capitals of the above named dec7 Water street.
other persons concerned, hath filed and exhibited companies, they have each a large surplus fund FOR NEW YORK.-:The brig HIS-
his libel and complaint in the Superior Court of a large surplus fund
said District, sitting as a District Court of the Uni- in reserve. Persons doing business with these TORIAN, L, C Lufkin, master, having
ted States for the trial of causes of admiral and companies, may rest satisfied, that they are most of her cargo engaged, will meet
rnaratime jurisdiction, stating, alegin and pro- oupa a r a 7 the with despatch. For freight or passage apply to'
pounding, that on the seventh day of December flly INSURED to the amount of their :policies, W H KIMIBROUGH & CO.,
instant. at the Port of Apalachicola in said District, and that losses will be paid without vexatious dec7 24 Water street.
and on waters navigable from the sea by vessels delays or technical objections.
of ten or more tons burthen, he, the said Hiram delays FOR SALE.-techncal-The House situated on
Nourse, Collector as aforesaid, did seize and now ( THE subscriber having been appointed Commere street, directly in the rear o
hath in h0s custody as being forfeited for havinC A t o t commerce street, directly. in the rear of
bath ieen his custody as being forfeited for havinry Agent for the above named Companies, is fully Store No, 28.Water street, commonly
law, Four Thousand SEGARS For that at a authorized to take risks on the lowest terms, known as Tom Davis' House." It is a very
time past, to wit: on the second day of December DANIEL. J. DAY convenient House havd yard and a fine well of water on then, pre-
aforesaid, the said goods, wares and merchandize a god yard and a fine well of water on the pre-
Swere brought in a certain brig or vessel called the ov 52 Water street. mises. The said house will be sold very reason.
or d fthe andt theelnging o CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE able, and is free from all incumberances.
names unto the said Attorney of the United States, COMPANYd ec14 THOS .AICme
as yet unknown) from a foreign port or place, of the City of New York ., commerce st.
that is to say the Port of Havana in the Island of Trustees: FOR RENT.-Two pleasant front Ofi-
Cuba into the United States, to wit: into the Port Trustees: ces in Store No. 22 Water street. Offi-
Sof Apalachicola aforesaid, and that the said goods. John B Lames Harpersala, SilAbraham VCrandal Nest, ces in Store No. 22 Water street.
wares and merchandize, then and there belonging John B LasalaBoyd, Silliam B Cozzerandalls Apply to J DAY & CO.,
or consigned to the master, the mate or crew of the Edward RJ chardson, William B Cozzens, decl4 Charles2 Water streetVose,
said vessel then and there, were not described or Edward Richardson, Charles L Vose,
included in the manifest or manifests of the cargo James Phalen, Joseph B Nones, FORm RENT.-The Building on Com.r
of the said brig or vessel (as is required by law) John J Herrick, John F Butterworth, "'1 merce street, lately occupied by S R Ford
contrary to the form of the statutes in su case George C De Kay, Samuel sherwood, l as a Marble Work Shop. Possession given
made and provided. And the Court having order- San'ruel A Lawrence, Zadock Pratt, immediately. For particulars inquire of '
ed Attachment and Monition to issue according to dore A Meyer, Herman D Gould, MILTON SCOTT
law and the usages of this Court. Therefore, you John T GilPhrist, Joseph S. Smith, c7 Wvrl
the said Marshal, are hereby authorized, empow- Loring Andrews, Ehas T Aldrich, R wel House.
ered and strictly enjoined, peremptorily tocite and L oyrus C ews, LawRence Hill, FOR REo T-The Dwelling House
admonish all persons having, or pretending to have Cr Chener, Thomas Monahan, d lately occupied by BS Hawley, fronting
any claim or interest in the said Four Thousand George Whitaker, William H Townsend, "g on t he Church Square, possession given
Segars in said libel, alleged by posting at some James H Suydam, Amos Noyes, m i ediely. For urhe piu las p o gtve
public place a copy of this Monition, and to pub- Wi alea JohL Breasted, te. o p t
lish the said in some newspaper printed in this Wlliam Burgoyne, Leonard Appleby. nov23 3t JOHN BABCOCK.










DRY GOODS!
TflE 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 Kersevys and Linseys;
8-4 and 9-4 Duffil Blankets;
10.4, 11.4 and 12.4 Whitney do;
Super Cloths and Cassimeres;
Kentucky Jeans and Kerseymeres;
White and Red Flannels;
Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings;
Brown Shirtings and Sheetings;
Linen and Cotton Osnaburgs;
Apron and Furniture Checks;
Denims and Kremlins;
3.4, 7-8 and 4-4 Tickings and Stripes ;
English, French and American Prints;
Cashmere d'Ecose; Mousseline de Laine;
Merinos and Bombazines;
Super Black and figured Silks;
Super Balzarines and Earlston Ginghams;
Super Woolen Shawls and Fancy Hdkfs;
Silk and Cotton Hdkfs;
Super Irish Lioea Shirting;
Diaper, Dowlas and Table Linen;
Plain and figured Swiss Muslin ;
Cambric, Jackonet and Checked Muslin;
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.
decl4 WILLIAM G PORTER & CO.


NEW GOODS!
'Wholesale and Retail! !
J STEVENSON & CO. offer for sale, at their
& old stand, the most extensive and general
assortment of Goods they have ever before had in
this market. They respectfully invite their
friends, country merchants, and the public gen-
erally, to give their stock an examination before
purchasing elsewhere. This stock consists in
part of, viz:
Super black French Cloths,
Medium, black, blue and invisible green do,
Super black Freuch and English Cassimeres,
Do fancy and Doeskin do%
8-4 and'6-4 Tweeds and Beaver Cloths5
Super Silk, Satin and Plaid Velvet Vestings,
Rich Cashmere de Cosse and Mouslin de Laines,
Rich plaid and figured Silks, black Lustring and
Senshaw do,
Black and fig'd Alpaca, Merino and Balzarines,
Chusans and rich Cashmere de Cosse Prints,
Fine Earlston and Manchester Ginghams,
Jackonett, Swiss, Plaid, Lace and Book Muslins,
Cambric, fig'd nett, fig'd cap, and other do,
Thread Lace, Thread Edging, Bobbins do, Tapes,
&c. &c.
Lisle Lace and Edging, black Silk and Cotton
Lace, &c. &c.
Scotch and Russia Diapers, Crash and Hhuckaback
Napkins, Table and Toilet Covers,
Also-A large assortment of Domestic Goods, 3-4
to 54 Brown Homespuns.
Bleached Sheeting and 5-4 to 12-4 sheeting, Osna-
burgs,
S Twill'd Jeans, Shirting Stripes, Satinetts, Ken-
tucky Jeans,
Negro Kerseys, Linseys, 9-4 to 12-4 Whitney
Blankets,
9-4 to 12-4 white Massachusetts Quilts, Mosquito
Netting, &c. &c.
Also-An assortment of Hats and Caps,
Ashland, Sporting, Cassimere, Russia, Rabbit and
other kinds.
Cloth and Glazed Caps, Boys and Children's fancy
Caps.
Also-An assortment of Boots and Shoes, coarse
Brogans, Mens' lined and bound do,
Gents tine Calf sew'd and other Boots,
Ladies fine Kid Slips, Walking Shoes, Gaiters,
Buskins, &c. &c.
Together witha'great variety of Fancy Articles,
such as Ladies' Fancy Work Baskets and Boxes,
Hair Brushes, fancy Soaps, extra German Cologne,
Gold and Silver.Pencils, Tortoise Shell, Tucking
and Side Combs, Ridding, Buffalo and other do,
Ladies' Silk Purses, Hair Pins, Artificial Flowers,
Bonnet Caps, &c. &c., with a great many other
articles usually kept in a dry goods establishment,
all of which will be sold upon the most pleasing
terms for cash or city acceptance.
Apalachicola, Nov. 16, 1844.
Hardware, Tinware, &c.
ROBERFS, ALLEN & CO., Commerce st.,
between Chesnut and Cherry sts., are receiv-
ing and have in Store, Goods in part as follows:
HARDWARE-Carpenter's, Walkers Improved
and S S Rim Locks, assorted sizes:
Stock Locks, all sizes:
Desk, Trunk, Chest and Till Locks:
Knobs and Norfolk Latches: Screws:
Butts and Strap Hinges: Blind Trimmings:
Shutter and Door Bolts: Tacks and Brads:
Files j round and flat, all sizes: Mill Saw do:
Carpenter's and Blacksmith's Tools:
American and English X cut and Mill Saws:
Wro't and Cut Nails and Spikes:
Horse Nails: Table Cuttlery:
Pen and Jack Knives: Cook's and Butcher's do:
Tea and hand Bells: Castors: Candlesticks:
Britania Tea and Coffee Pots: Spoons:
Ladles: Lamps: Spittoons, &c:
TIN WARE-Plain and Japanned a general as-
sortment, wholesale and retail:
CASTINGS-Hollow Ware:
Cook and Parlour Stoves:
Sugar Kettles and Mills:
Cauldron Kettles 30 to 150 gallons:
Plough Points: Sad Irons, &c:
IRON AND STEEL-German, English, Blis-
ter and Cast Steel:
Square, round and flat English, American, and
Swedish Iron:
Sheet ahd Boiler Iron:
SHIP CHANDLERY--Manilla Cordage 2 to
6 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: Pitch: Tar and Oakum:
Rosin: Paints: Oils, &c.
We continue the manufactory of Tin, Iron, and
Copper. Roofing done in Tin or Copper-black-
smithing as usual all on moderate terms for cash.
Apalachicola, Nov. 22, 1844.
5 HALF hbls Fulton Market Beef;
5 1 50 bbis Prime do;
50 do Mess do;
For sale by WA WOOD,
nov30 23 Water street.
W" INDOW GLASS.-Just received 75 boxs
Window Glass, of the following sizes:-
13 by 22 12 by 16 10 by 14
14 20 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,
decl4 cor Centre and Commerce sts.
25 BBLS NAVY BREAD;
X,0 15 do Pilot Bread;
10 hf bbls Butter Crackers;
5 do Sugar do;
5 bbis Pecant Nuts;
10 do Dried Apples, for sale by
E B WHITMARSH,
decl4 29 Water street.


Staple and Fancy Dry Goods!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL'!
THE subscriber respectfully gives noticee, that
he has REMOVED his stock of Goods to
the new building, corner of Center and Commer-
ce streets, (known as Caot. Simmon's Buildings,)
where he offers for sale at reduce prices, a large
and general assortment of' fresh STAPLE and
FANCY GOODS, direct from New York, con-
sisting in part of:-
Black and colored Silks,
Allapaca, Alapeene and Shalla,
Casmerett and Muslin de Lane,
Calicos of new patterns,
Muslin, Linen, Diaper, Shawls,
Fringe Laces, Gimlps 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, ce &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.


NEW GODS !
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 ;
Cantor Flannels; 6-4 Sheeting ;
Mouslin 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 Seaiett Caps;
Kip Brogans; Russet do ;
Boy's sewed and pegged Brogans ;
Ladies' fine Kid and Calf Shoes ;
Gent's fine and coarse Boots ;
A full assor't of table and pocket Cutlery;
Feather Fly Dusters; Green Blinds;
Hmp 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. nov23
New and Fashionable Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
THE subscriber begs leave to call the attention
of his customers, and country merchants, to
an extensive assortment of GOODS, which he has
just received from New York, which he offers at
the lowest market prices, and on the most reason-
able terms-among which will be fond the follow-
ing:--
Calicos, of all descriptions,
Crape de Laines,
Cashmere de Ecosse,
Hosiery, of all descriptions,
Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs,
Flannels, Apron Checks,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings,
Umbrellas and Shades,
Mitts, Gloves, Cuffi, &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.
Calft 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 Vestings.
Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery.
Together with a variety of other Goods too nu-
merous to mention, all of which he will sell as
low as any other establishment in this city. He
respectfully invites you to call and examine for
yourselves, and he is satisfied that he can offer
such inducements that will insure him a share of
your patronage. FRANCIS KOPMAN,
Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1, 1844,


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;
25 doz & 25 lbs Smoking do.
For sale by E B WHITMARSH,
nov30 29J Water street.


S000SPANISH SEGARS;
I 0 000 150 sacks Rio Coffee;
100 sacks Havana do;
10 boxes Sweet Meats, assorted;
50 do Claret Wine;
White Havana Sugar; Brown do;
New Orleans do;
New Orleans Molasses;
400 sacks salt, &c., &c., for sale by
C L LeBARON,
dec7 30 Water street.


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


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


tGROUE IES,


Win. H. Kimbrough & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS, I
No. 94 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.
pHE undersigned, successors to KIMBROUGH
& RIDG WAY, will continue business in this
city, at their old stand, under the above name.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore ex-
tended to us, we again offer our services to our
friends, and by strict attention and low charges,
-we hope to receive a full share of business in our
line.
0C- Advances will be -made by J. J. Ridgway in
Columbus,. on Cotton consigned to us. Also the
usual advances made by us, on Cotton for ship-
ment. WM. H. KIM .ROUGH,
H. B. KIMBROUGH.
Apalachicola, Nov. 20, 1844 nov30


Fashionable Tailoring.
T HE subscriber, having just arrived from New
York, with a splendid stock of Cloths, Cas-
simeres, Vestings, &c., of the most fashionable
styles, which he is prepared to make up in the
most fashionable manner, and at such prices that
will give satisfaction to his customers. The busi-
ness will be under the entire management of
WM. C. LAWRENCE, who is well known as a
person that is fully competent to suit the taste of
the most fastidious, from his long experience in
this business. I shall continue to keep a first
rate assortment of Goods for Garments, together
with an assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs,
Shirts, Stocks, &c., to fit out a gentleman's ward-
robe, and shall use every exertion to give satisfac-
tion, that will make it an inducement for those
favoring me with their custom to continue to
do so. R. STEENBERGH.
Apalachicola, Oct. 26, 1841.


Ship Chandlery, &c.
W A. WOOD, 23 Water street, offers for
sale
Cordage. Blocks, Oars, Oakum,
Rigging Leather, Pump do., Hooks,
Thimbles. Handspikes, Ci pstain 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 torn Brooms,
Signal and Horn Lanterns, Scrapers,
Caulking Irons, Making Irons,
Axchannell's Fish Lines, Parsline,
Nai's cut, Scupper do., Copper do.,
Pump Tacks, Screws, Tai, Pitch,
Turpentine, Oils, Augers, Gimblets,
Hooks and Staples, F les, Gridirons,
Caulking Mallets, Chalk, Tormenters,
Coffee and Pepper Mills, Cork Screws,
Di,,t **., Uti.m-u, Coffee Pots.
-- -~febviws, Tahl: and ['ea-S- ..
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, Putty,
Paint and Tar Brushes, Varnish,
Dividers, Pen Knives, Log Books,
Log Slates and Pencils, Hand. Lines,
Paper and Quilsi Ink, Tin Ware,
Deep Sea Lines, Hand Leads, Crockery,
Deep Sea Leads, Yeast Powders,
Jack Screws, Spunyarn, '
Packing Yarn. nov30

Cabinet Furniture, &c.
P HO BERT, No. 42 Water street-Up stairs;
P having just received an assortment of Fur-
niture, consisting of:
Sofas, Sideboards and Beaureaus;
Tables, Secretary's and Bookcases ;
Wardrobes, Washstands and Bedsteads;
Dressing, Pier and Centres folding and
Card Tables;
Curl'd Maple fancy and Windsor Chairs;
Mahogany spring seat Rocking Chairs;
Curl'd maple do, with cane back and seat;
Boston and Fancy Rocking Chairs.
Also, a large assortment of splendid Mahogany
ard 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, Perfurnary, 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; Almhnanacs;
Wafers; Sealing; Wax; Ink Powder
Spelling Books ; Dictionaries;
Geographies and Atlasses;
Prayer Books and Bibles ;
Annuals for 1845; Pocket Knives; o
Watts' and Methodist Hymns;
Playing Cards all qualities;
Gold and Silver Pencil Cases;
Ivory and Shell Combs ;
Blacking and Brushes;
Lead Pencils and Pencil Points ;
Fish Hooks and Lines ;
Razors and Straps; Shaving Brushes;
Hair, Cloth and Teeth Brushes ;
Steel Pens; Colognes ;
Soaps and Hair Oils ;
Lamp Glasses and Wicks ;
Pocket Books and Wallets;
Port Folios; Backgammon Boards ;
Silver and Steel Spectacles;
Silk and Cotton Purses;
Music Boxes, &c., &c.
For sale at reduced prices by
dec7 B. S. HAWLEY.


Wholesale and Retail.
WM .S. DAMEREL 50 Water street, iA
now receiving per Ship Florence, a stock
of Goods, embracing among others. the follow-
ing articles which he offers at reasonable prices:
Rio Coffee;
Sugar, West India and Refined Loaf;
Northern Flour in bbls and half bbls ;
Buckwheat Meal in 8ths and quarters;
Mackerel in bbls, halves and quarters ;
Newark Cider and Vinegar;
Cegars and Tobacco of various qualities;
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;
Maqiilla and Ken'tucy Twine;
Kentucky Packing Yarn; Nails;
Spikes; Bar Iron and S:eel;
Smoothing Irons and Fire Dogs;
Waggon Boxes; Trace Chains;
Cotton Hoes; Collins' Axes;
Table pnd Pocket CurttLry ;
Guns and Pistols; Steel Pens ;
Powder; Shot; Percusion Cap-;
Flints; Looking Glasses; Coffee Mills;
Globe and other Lamps;
Shingling Hatchets;
Boots, Shoes, Brogans in great variety
Crockery and Glass Ware, &c., &c.


Boot arid Shoe 1Making.
THE subscriber having returned from
New York, with a large and well se-
, .s w elected stock of leather of all kinds, is
now prepared athisold Stand on Ches-
nut street, near Commerce, to attend to the above
business in all its various branches. French Calf
Skin Boots and Shoes made to order in the most
fashionable style.
(3r- He has also on hand a supply of French
Gaiter Boots, Calf Skin Shoes and Slippers, which
he offers for sale as low, if not lower, than any
other house in the city.
nov22 THOMAS CLARK.


Drugs and Meldicines.
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 c5Ml, examine and price his
Goods, before nurcha,;ingr elsewhere.
- ..-A.-,Vayivsician'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

< SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS-
Just received a large and general as-
L sinortment of the following articles:-
Ladivs Saddles of various kinds and qualities;
Gents do do do do.
Coach Harness, brass and silver mounted;
Sulkey do do do do.
Waggon and Dray Harness ;
ALSO,
Dray Saddles, Collars, Lines, Harness, Britch-
en, Belly Bands, Hame Straps, Circingles, Girts,
Martingales, Whips, Curb, Snaffle and Dray
Bridles, which he offers for sale at reduced prices
for CASH ONLY! PEtTER HOBERT,
nov23 42 Water street-Up stairs.
IRON.-40 tons, comprising a complete assort-
ment of flat, round and square Swedes and
English Iron, landing from ship Tarolinta.
For sale by J DAY & CO.,
nov30 52 Water street.
O2 BBLS Albany Ale; 25 do Cider;
25 boxes Champaigne do
8 bbls Wolsey and Wolsey's Sugar;
5 boxes do do do
20 boxes Codfish; 3 casks London Porter;
10 boxes Tobacco; 5 tierces Rice;
50 boxes Sperm Candles; 3 chests Tea.
For sale by W A WOOD,
nov30. 23 Water street.
SALT in store, for sale low to close a consign-
ment, by NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
decl4 46 Water street.


W HISKEY.-25 bbls Rectified Whiskey,
received per Schr. Ashland, for sale by
decl4 C L LeBARON, 30 Water st.


H AY for sale low, to close a consignment, by
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
decl4 46 Water street.


UST received-1000 prs Men's Kip Brogans;
1000 prs Russett Brogans, for Negroes;
500 do Heavy Kip, (unbound) for do.
For sale by F KOPMAN,
dec14 Chestnut street, near Water.


L UMBER'-White Pine, planned, tongued
and grooved, tor sale by
NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
dec14 46 Water street.


F LOUR.-100 bbls fresh Flour, just received
per schr Ashland, for sale by
dec14 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,
dec14 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.


ARDWARE.-10 tons Hollow Ware;
. 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.,
dec14 41 Water street.


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


Fitch & Wordin
DEALERS IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
HAVE received their stock of
Goods, consisting of Gold and Sil-
ver Levers, Duplex, Lepines and
plain Watches; Gold Guard and Fob Chains;
Guard Keys ; Gold and Silver Spectacles; do Pen-
cils, Fine Rings; do Broaches; Gold Braceletts;
Bracelett Clasps; Mudalions; Miniature Cases;
Gold and Silver Thimbles; Sleeve and Collar
Buttons; Fancy Studs; Purses; Head Ornaments;
Shawl Pins; Velvet Recticules; Scissors; Ra-
zors and Razor Strops; Cigar Cases; Snuff and
Tobacco Boxes; Fine Knives; Tooth, Nail, Hair,
and Lather Brushes: Dressing Combs; Shaving
Soap; Steel Tweezers; Steel Keys and Chains;
Key Rings; Pocket Compasses, &c.
FISHING TACKLE.-Rods, Reels, (a fine
article) Grass, Silk, and Fancy Lines, Hooks,
Snells and Floats.
(0- N. B.-Particular attention paid to repair-
ing WATCHES, CLOCKS, MUSIC BOXES
and JEWELRY by JOHN L. FITCH,
CHAS. W. WORDIN.
cor of Centre & Water streets.
Apalachicola, Dec. 1st, 1844. dec7
Tailoring.
(r- TERMS- Cash on Delivery. 43
'all and Winter 1,'ashions just received.
THE subscriber respectfully
/ informs the Citizens of Apalachi-
cola, and its vicinity, that he has
removed his TAILORING ES-
TABLISHMENT to the new
building of Capt. Simmons, corner
of Centre and Commerce street,
and is now prepared, on reason-
Sable terms-to execute all orders
in his line of business, in the latest
and most fashionable styles, and warranted to fit.
N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to.
JAS. C. COLEMAN.
Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf
Blacksmithing, &c.
STHE 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.
Apalachicola, Oct 19th, 1844-3m


U S Marshal Sale.
BY virtue of three writs of fi. fa. issued from
the Superior Court, for Franklin County and
District of Apalachicola in favor of John Hardin,
Benito T Caro and Isaac S Jaques, against the
Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company, to
me directed, (the former purchaser having failed
comply with the terms of sale,) I shall again offer
for sale at public outcry at the Court House door
in the city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday
in January next, within the usual hours of sale,
to the highest bidder for cash, fractional lot No.
9, in Block D. front range inthecity of Apalach-
icola, together with the buildings and apurte-
nances theteon, as the property of the Southern
Life Insurance and Trust Company to satisfy said-
claim. R MYERS, Marshal.
Apalachicola, Nov. 26, 1844. nov30 1m


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICES,


NOTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply.
to the Honorable W O M Davis, Judge of
the County Court of Franklin county, for letters
of administration on fhe estate bf Latham Bab-
cock, late of said county, deceasOd.
JAMES A ABORN.
Apalachicola, Nov. 26th, 1844 nov30 6w
N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Hon'le Wm. G. M. Davis, Judze of
the County Court of Franklin county, for letters
of administration on the estate of Donald Camp
bell, late of said county, deceased.
WILLIAM A. ARCHER.
ronii-l.l., nwriv7'n. 1S44. nov9 6w


N OTICE.-Six weeks affer date, I shall apply
to the Honorable Judge ,of the County Court
of Franklin county, for letters of administration
on the estate of Carlton M. Evans, deceased.
FRANCIS L. MARSHALL.
Apalachicola, Nov. 11th, 1844. n16 6w


N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judze of tV e
County Court of Franklin county, for letters f
administration on the estate of David D. Churchill,
late of said county, deceased.
BENJAMIN ELLTSON.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844. nov5 6w
N OTICE.-Six months after date I ill. apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Court t r
Fran':lin County, for letters of dismission on tl e
Vtate of William Worriker, senr., late of said
county, deceased.
WILLIAM WORRIKER, Jr.. Adm'r.
Apalachicol, Dec. 10, 1844. d-cl4 6m


N 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
SARAH H POPE, Adm'x.
Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3-6m


OTICE.-All persons having claims against
AMORY ROGERS, late of Franklin county,
deceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated, within the timeprescribed by law
or this notice will be plead in bar of their re-
covery; and all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
B T CA RO, Administrator.
Apalachicola, Nov. 20th, 1844. n23 6w


NOTICE.-AIl persons having claims against
Isaac Jackson, late of Jackson County, de-
ceased, are required to present the same duly au-
thenticated, to the subscribers, within the time
prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate set--
tlement. HENRY JACKSON, Adm'rs.
STEPHEN JACKSON, 5
Jackson County, Oct. 26, 1844. o26 2m ,

N AILS & IRON.-50 casks Nails;
o10 tons Iron, for sale by
WYLIE & McKENZIE,
nov30 42 Water st.


SPERM CANDLES.-Jist received on, con-:
signment, 100 boxes New Bedford Sperm
Candles, for sale low for cash, by
WM T WOOD,
nov30 33 Water street-Up stairs.
H AMS.-2 bbls Sugar Cured Hams.
For sale by E B WHITMAlISH,
decl4 29j Water street.
RICK.-For sale by
0B NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
dec14 46 Water street.
L ARD -60 kegs Lard, received per Schr
Ashland, for sale by C L LeBARON,
dec14 30 Water st.
BUCKWHEAT.-15 boxes Buckwheat;
S 20 qr. and 10 1-8ths bbls do.
For sale by AVERY & JONES
nov30 24 Water street.


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ir -" r4


LEGAL NOTICES.

Apalachicola District of Florida.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
J and fIn Chancery.
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts.)
IT appearing to the Court, from the report of
.1 the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed,
That the following sums are due by the parties
hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments here-
tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklin
Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby given to the parties respectively,
to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver
in said cause, together with the interest thereon,
from the first day of March, 1843, or their respect.
tive shares will be sold at public auction, in ac-
cordance with a decree of the Court of Chancery
1or 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......................V1,660 00
Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on the same day and year... 972 7q
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.
Jackson Superior Court.
Elijah Robins, )
vs. Attachment for $115 871
Catherine B. Loftin,)
TP HE Defendant and all others interested are
notified of the institution of this suit by at-
tachment returnable to the next Spring term of
the Superior Court of Jackson county. If they
see fit to do so, they may plead to the declaration
filed in said case. A H BUSH, PI'ffs Att'y.
Marianna, Nov. 28th, 1844. dec7


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VOLUME H. APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1844. rNTJMR .R 59 I'I'I '

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ADVERTISER CARDS. t CARDS. -:-- \\1 t1
I
I OJlBRGIAL, From Graham's Magazine. perceived immtdntely that he was a being of .

PUBLISHED SATURDAYS ABSENCE. another world. The stranger,seeing his trepida j
BTBiltzell's JKREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. N. YORK N. ORLEANS, COLUMBUS, fcc.&c. tion, asked him blandly, yet majestically, to t'

i Aa: I >5)1) 11t'3 J: .fJ Da IJ WWIl J'\l"J J. Day & Co., BY MRS. FRANCES KEMBLE BUTLER. mount beside him. He had no power to refuse; ,
1.
Buildings, corner of COMMISSION MERCHANTS, mjJ1 &lliJE mrnm&D What shall I do with all the days and hours aild before he was wall aware that he had moved 1

ojl third story Chestnut streets, also, Agents for the JVfc. 136 Water Sr 80 Pine street. That must be counted ere I see they face I he found himselt in the chariot. Onjvard they ,

Commerce & GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST CO., NEW YORK, How shall I charm the int'ehral that lowers went with the rapidity ol the wind, the stranger

DOLLARS PER ANNUM: and PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.T. Between this time and that sweet hour of grace 1 speaking no word, until they stopped before a
.T THREE INSURANCE" and "PROTECTION door in the street of
IN ADVANCE.CARDS. ETNA Shall I in slumber each Milan. There was a crowdof
PAT ABLE INSURANCE" COMPANIES, E. Lindenbcrger & Co., Weary with longing steep shall I weary flee away sense, people in the street ; but to his,great: supri, no

of Hartford, Conn., COTTON FACTORSand Into past days, ana with some found one seemed to notice the extraordinary equipage
pretence
tie. No. 52 Water street, Cheat myself to forget the present day 7! and its numerous train. From this he concluded
,..") nova Apalachicola, Fla. COMMISSION MERCHANTS : that they were invisible. The house at
whjch
Shall love
foj
thee
: : lay on soul the sin
-- = B. Ellison A Co., B. F. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks, No. 5 Canal street Row, Of casting from me God's my great gift of time ; they-stopped like appeared to be a shop; but the intfcrir -
GOODS NEW ORLEANS. Shall I was a vast half-ruined
these palace.
1ISC1iuLANEOUa mists of locked within
DEiLERS IN Nourse, Stone & Co. Wm. H. Brodie memory He with
went his
Leave
MERCHANTS and mysterious
AND COMMISSION forget, life's purposes sublime 1 guide through
D.
P.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Water street, Hogue, } :, se\'erallarge and dimly-lighted rooms In one of
No 33 Apalachicola, Fla. also, Agents for the R. T. Birchett, Oh how, or by what means, may 1 contrive them; surrounded by huge pillars of marble,
declly T. E. Lindenber To bring hour that a
CONTRIBUTIONSHIP FIRE INSURANCE er, nov23 6m e brings thee back more near; senate of ghosts were assembled
G. Porter & Co. Company, of Jfew York, How may I teach my drooping hope to live debating on the
\Vjn. J. L. of the
Hodges, J. S. Davis. Until that blessed time, and thou art here 1 progress plague. Other parts of the build. .
COMMISSION ,
GOODS AND No. 40 Water street, /
IV ing in
nEiLERS were enveloped the thickest darkness, illu- ,
MERCHANTS.No. nova Apalachicola, Fla. *. Davis Hodges: I'll tell thee, for thy sake, I will lay hold minated at intervals by vivid flashes of, ..
41 Water Street, COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION Of all good aims, and consecrate to thee, by which he lightning .J
saw a number of and chat-
oct-21 ly Apalachicola, Fla. Harper & Holmes MERCHANTS. In worthy deeds, each moment that is told skeletons gibing
tering about
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ..J40' Poydras street, New Orleans. While thou, beloved one! art far from me. running and pursuing each
other
Charles L. LeBaron, or playing leap-frog or r one another's
also, {tr: Refers to-Jas F Farrior, Apalachicola Fla. For thee I will t
WHOLESALE GROCER : arouse my thoughts to try backs. At the rear of the mansion was a wild, ':
andCOMMISSION Agents for the Thomas All heavenward flights, all high and holy strains, uncultivated plot of ground, in themidst of which 'I 1/
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, Bertram, For thy dear sake, I will walk
patiently stood black rock.
Down
MERCHANT, a its sides, rushed with
of the City of Yew York, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Thro'these long hour ,norcal their minutes pains fearful noise torrent i
,
a poisonous water which
No. 30 Water street, No. 51 Common ,
No. 51 Water street street.
Apalachicola Fla. NEW I will this dreary blank of absence makeA insinuating itself through! the soil, penetrated to
nOV23 I IWM. nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. ORLEANS. novl ly noble task-time and,will therein,strive all the springs of the city, and rendered th.emun- t t

W. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVER. i Stephen T. Skiilman, Andrew S. Cooke, To follow excellence, and to o'ertake fit for use. After ,he had shown all this, the -.j

Sims iV Cheever, COMMISSION MERCHANT, i COMMISSION:::; MERCHANT. More good than I have! ;won since yet I..live. stranger led him m.too anctherlarge,: chamber, filled I

COMMMSIOX I MERCHANTS, also, No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st. So may this domed timi:1mil1: ; inltle > with gold and precious stones, all of which he offered !. .
A thousand _dial 'thus him, if he would kneel down and
( Building Assent for the New Orleans, La. graces, w. ; Z worship
dec14 Apalachicola, Fla. CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE CO., Refers to-Messrs Harper &- Holmes, So may my love and longing Y. him, and consent to smear the doors and houses
And dear
thy thought an influence with a pestiferous salve which he held nut to him. I
M. M. BUTT. of the City of.Yew York. jan15 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla. : : -
; he tilt .
Iii S t FORD. No. stairs. now knew him to be the devil, and in mo-
33 Water street-Up
Sanford & Butt, nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. Edw'd. C. Center & Co., THE PLAGUE IN MILAN. dent of temptation prayed to God to give him

.- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, An ancient couplet, preserved for ages by tradition strength to resist. His prayer was heard-he refused -

No. 2 Columbus-Buildings, :3IcKay: & Hartshornc. Mobile, Ala. foretold that in the year 1630," the devil, the bribe.

decH Apalachicola: Fla. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 05"* Collections and Remittances promptly attended would poison all Milan. Early one morning in The stranger scowled horribly upon him-a

No. 40 Water street, to. April, and before the pestilence had reached its loud clap of thunder clapped over his head-the

Win. T. Wood, oct2G Apalachicola, Florida.W.A.&I'.C.Kain R feTA to-Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne, height, the passengers were surprised to see all vivid lightning flashed in his eyes, and the next II

COMMISSION' RC HAXT, ocf2G 6m Apalachicola, Fla. the doors in the principal part of the city were moment he found himself standing alone at the
So 33 Water street, I with porch of the cathedral. He the i
marked a curious daub if repeated strange
Fla. or spot, as a
Apalachicola. I SHEPARD T. LiPPINCOTTVM.. H. WVATT.Lippincott .
nov23 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, sponge, filled with the prurient matter of the story day after day, without any variation, and all

&1.0\0 A GREEN, CHAS. 11. CONXERY.Jrcen Office No. 4 Columbus Buildings, & Wyatt, sores, had been passed against them. The whole the populace were firm believers in its truth.- .
GROCERS fc COMMISSION: MERCHANTS
V Coiinery, Fla. population were speedily in movement to mark Repeated search was made to discover the house, '
oct2fj.' Apalachicola,
No. 2 New Levee and 4
Tchoupitoulas st., but all in vain.
COMMISSION I MERCHANTS, 4' NEW ORLEANS. the strange appearance, and the greatest alarm The man pointed out several as J

\;Il. 25 Water street, D. B. Wood & Co., ap201yJ. spread rapidly. Every means was taken to dis- resembling it, which was searched by the police; ')\

o4 ly Apalachicola, Fla.Wx. GENERAL COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, W. Woodland & Co. cover the perpetrators, but in vain. At last the but the demon of the pestilence was not to be r.f:.)

I No. 29 Water street. COMM J SSION MERCHANTS, ancient prophecy was remembered; and prayers found, nor the hall of ghost, nor the poisonous

CHESTER. ErIi\LY McGRiEF. nov5; Apalachicola. Fla.Vni. : rlo. IS Commerce street, were offered up in all the churches that the machinations fountain. But the minds of the people were so "

C+tester & HcGrriir, New Orleans, La. novl ly of the evil one might be defeated. impressed with the idea, that scores of witnesses, ,
i
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, \ II. Kimbrough, H. B. Kimbrough. Many persons were of opinion that the emissaries i half crazed by disease, came forward to swear J I
No. 50 Water street.novlG Jas. L. Francis that also had thediabolical
they and
of seen stranger t
1 & Co. foreign powers were employed to spread
Fla. Kimbrough ,
Apalachicola, JIl. II.
COMMISSION & FORWARDINGMERCHANTS. ,I MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER infectious poison over the city; but by far the heard the chariot drawn by the milk-white steeds

W.+ A. Wood, J\"o. 226J Bowery, near Rioinston st. greater number were convinced that the powersof rumbling over the streets at midnight, with a t
t
CJ\DII ,IO N, r"Oil.V \RlI\G MERCHANT, Office, No. -23: Water street-Up stairs, ; NEW YORK. novlly hell were employed against them, and that the sound louder than thunder. The number of persons ,
who confessed that
------------ infection they were employed by
---
AND SHIP CHANDLER! Fla. was spread by supernatural agencies.:
Apalachicola New York, New Orleans and Miscellaneous In the mean time the plague increased fearfully. the devil distribute poison is alrnost incredi lt.>. '
No. 23 Water street, to 1
Liberal advances on cotton consigned
Atj ADVERTISEMENTS.PRINT Distrust and alarm took possession of mind. An epidemic phrenzy was abroad, which seemedto
Fa.Avery every
Apalachicola
,
I
Qe ) their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
be the
contageous
as
I Everything was believed to have been poisonedby as plague. Imaginationwas

& Jones, Havre.- oct26 WAREHOUSE the devil; the waters of the well, the stand- as disordered as the body;and day after day

WHOLESALE GROCERS, Benjamin Salter, IN NEW YORK ing corn in the fields, and the fruit upon the persons came voluntarily forward to accuse them .

So.21V dte-r street.&ir23 COMMISSION r MERCHANT: To supply the City, Southern and Interior trade trees. It was believed that all objects of touch selves. They had themarks ofdisease upon them, I
: Apalachicola- Fla.. Xo. 3.. AVatcr etro .t-Up stairs by the Piece or Packa c. were poisoned; the walls of the houses, the and some died in the act of confession.ft'711o I

Fitchr.orli, --I nov30 Apalachicola, Fla. No. 44 Cedar street. nt.>\Villiam.. pavements of the streets, and the very handle of : Popular Delusions. D

DEALERS) :: IN' WATCH.-IS JKWELR.Y, &c., & BRE \VTER:::; give\ notice to the doors. A Tale Hoe.
of Recently in London
John Munn. LEE ,
The ,
a
PLATED'ARE Charles Roger: populace was raised to a pitch of
nnl I ungovernable -
SILVER DRY GOODS
in that have
also:: they removed charge was brought at of the
A strict watch Othe one police offices,
FANCY GOODS, ice., 1c. Chas. Rogers & Co., their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED fury. was kept for against middle
Store corner of Water and Centre streets MERCHANTS, devil's emissaries; and any man who wanted to a aged woman named Margaret
"r COMMISSION: CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY from Pearl
djc7 Ap+lacliicola. Fh to be rid of an enemy, had only to say that he had Healv, for stealing] a piece of ham of the value of
Water street, No. 4 4 Cedar street. By confining their attentionto seen him besmearing a door with ointmenthisfate Is. 2d., from the shop window of Mr. James Jen-

B. S. II.iuloj, nov30 Apalachicola, Fla. PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabledto was certain death at the hands of the mob.- kins, a cheese-monger, in the Mile-end-road; .
WHOLESALE D RETAIL, exhibit an assortment far suppassing any ever The Mr Jenkins.
complaint, stated that about
An old
of
man,
upwards of
DEALER IN DRU iS, !MEDICINES, PAINTS, Lockliart & Young, before offered in America; and to sell at prices as daily frequenter of the church eighty of St.years Antonia age, a half-past 10 o'clock on Saturday night the priqoner -
COMMISSION: : I and FORWARDING was
&, low, and lower, than those whose attention
O LS, GLASS, &c., c MERCHANTS, generally seen, on rising from his knees, to wipe with the came up to his shop window and deliberately
Chestnut and Commerce street, i is divided large variety of articles. took of ham which
among
cor. of skirt of his cloak the stool on which he aboutto a piece was exhibited for sale,
53 Water street was
No. ,
...al.1ClliC'l.t, Fla. The stock consists of several thousand
dec7 A patternsand sit down. The raised and walked leisurely away with it. Witness followed -
Fla. cry was immediately
nova Apalachicola colors, embracing every variety of AMERICAN that he was besmearing the seat with poison. A and upon coming up with her', asked for .
S. O. Hamilton, AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market ; the piece of ham she had taken but she refusedto
CLOTHING, Ls. Fred. E. Degas, mob of women, by whom the church was crowded ;
MADE
DEALER IN READY styles of which are got up exclusively for give i. and she
FACTOR AND COMMISSION many seized hold of the feeble old and up, requested might be given
ilOJ rs, SilOfiS t: HATS, &c.fcc., their own sales, and cannot be obtained else- man draggedhim into custody. In fact, she insisted
: the hair of upon being
!M EH CHANT, out by his head. with horrid
I No 47 Water street, where in second hand .
except given into and
custody, a policceman coming
Fa. oaths and imprecations. He trailed in up
Fla. No. 30 Water street, Apalachicola, was this
dec7 Apalachicola, Dealers in Prints will find it to their interest at the time he gave her in charge. At the station'r
manner through the to the house of
c QtJ- Will make liberal :advances consignments to call and examine this stock, before making mire the municipal house she persisted in keeping the ham and being
J. C; Allen; of Cotton to his friends in Liverpool, Havre, Marseilles purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they will judge, that he might be put to the rack, detained on the charge. The accused, from
Iteuil Dealer inUEDKUVES. New York or Charleston. nov2-J and forced to discover his accomplices; but he
-i:1:1 I ,
Wholesale
: : have advantage of learning the lowest market the whose address and manner, it was evident she had
I DRUG. : PAINTS, OILS, and all the most desirable and expired on way.
price, comparing better declared she had
$ seen days, commited the
GLASS UltUSIiCS, fcc., &c. T. II. V C. II Austin, Many other victims were sacrificed to the
pop
I aUo, COMMISSION: and FORWARDINGMERCHANTS fashionable styles in market, side by side. ular fury. One Mora who to have been act in order to insure a shelter for the'night. She

: Jl general assortment of (}Catalogues!: of Prices, corrected with every half a chemist and half barber appears accused had, she said, been turned out of the work-house
a was ot
STATIONARY &c. &c. stair variation of the market, are placed in the handsof of the parish of St. George, Hanover-square,about
BLANKS Up
BOOKS Office, No. 43 Water street- being in league with the devil to poison Iilan.-
cor. of Centre & Commerce street, Apalachicola, Fla. buyers. oct7 tfn His house was surrounded, and a number of 1 o'clock on Saturday, without a single farthing
Apalachicola Fla. in her possession, and after wandering about she
nov5 (Ocr Liberal advances made on Cotton, consignedto "BLUE STORES"THIANGLE BUILDINGS chemical preparations were found. The. poor
knew where and without the
scarcely being
friends in Xew York. nov16
asserted
our man that they were intended
as
E. B. Wliitmarsli, Thos. M. Doyle & Co. preservatives means of procuring a morsel of bread, or shelterfor

(formerly IVnitmarsh Rithardson,) Jas. F. Farrior, SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS, whom they against were infection submitted; but, decided some physicians they were, to the night! she had in a moment of despair,

Dealer in GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING, i& No*. 2 &. 4 Delord street, corner of Front Levee, poison. Mora was to the rack, where for I determined to commit some act for which she
\r.1. GOODS GROCERIES, CONFECTIONARY MERCHANT, put along might be taken into custody. The. manner in
COMMISSION and at No. 20 Natchez street,
; time he asserted his innocence. He
EGETAn ES, &c., vc., No. 9 Colu'mbus Block N. ORLEANS. con- which she had taken the ham would, she hoped,
No. 291 Water street, Fla. fessed at last, when his courage was worn down
nov9 Apalachicola, : prove that her intention was not to steal or deprivethe
novlG Apalachicola, Fla. by torture, that he was in league with the devil
owner of it. On the her motive
contrary, was
AND RETAIL DEALERS
> Thos. L. Jlitchcl, rGHOLESALE and foreign powers to poison the whole city; that
that which she had before stated.
i Ittichsiel A. Myers, RECEIVING, FORWARDING, (AND: ) in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine and he had annointed the doors and infecred the foun-
She said further that three weeks be-
nearly
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION COMMISSION: MERCHANT, Window Glass, &c. Will keep constantly on tains of water. He named several persons as his
MERCHA T. No. 37 Water street, hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows: accomplices, who were apprehended and put to a fore, she actually went four days and nights without 'f l
a morsel of food of kind and during that
No. 30 Water street, riovO} Apalachicola, Fla. WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nos. 1 and 2 ; similar torture. They were all found guilty and time had frequently entreated any the police to take 1 t
110\5 -Apalachicola; Fla. White and Red Lead Venetian Red executed. Mora's house raized to the
dry; ; was ground, I !
her but all refused, saying that she was nei- i :
a Wylic & McKenzie Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black; and a column erected on the spot, with an inscrip- up .
ther riotous drunk
nor ,and told her that she must
II. R. Wood, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Chrome Green and Saxon do; tion to commemorate his guilt. While the public
make application at the work-house. She at
AUCTIONEER. No. 42 Water street, Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black; mind was filled with these marvellous occur-
length actually dropped in the street, from weak-
Corner of Water and Centre streets. Apalachicola.ALVA Green and Blue Verditter; rences, the plague continued to increase. The ness and was then carried from the place where
'tJ-The subscriber having taken that very pro- WYLTE, ) Chrome Yellow and Orange do; crowds that were brought together to witness the
she in
Mount-street
the
h a fnt stand, corner of Centre and Water streets, WM A. MCKENZIE, $ seplly FINE COLORS:Ultamarine and Cobalt; executions spread the infection among one another. lay, Grosvenor-square to i
work-house of St. there she confinedfor
u Prepared to atterfd' faithfully and promptly to any Yellow Lake and Crimson do; But the fury of their passions, and the extent George's was
in the sick ward.
nov5 a fortnight
ness intrusted to his care. Thomas Preston, Blue Indian Red of their credulity with the violence
-- Drop do. and Antwerp ; ; kept pace The charge against her was withdrawn, and '
P. Ilobart, COMMISSION and FORWARDINGMERCHANT. Chinese Vermillion; English do; of the plague; every wonderful and preposterous after thanking the magistrate, the poor woman F

UANUP\CTUREil AND DEALER IN Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre; story was believed. One in particular retired, weeping bitterly.
, CA.BI.VKr FURNITURE, Office, No. 32 Water street-up stairs. Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do; occupied them, to the exclusion for a long time

. (6' No. 42 Water street-Up stairs, oc19 6m Apalachicola, Fla. Crocus Martis; Mineral Green; of every other. The devil himself had been seen ; 'Twas night !-the stars were shrouded in a veil

..,siorlfi Apalachicola, Fla. Emerald and Paris Green, &.C., &c. he had taken a house in Milan, in which he pre- of mist ; a cloudy canopy overhung the earth ; the
: JOEL W. PERRY. TM. C. DICKWSOX. OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil ; Do. boiled; pared his poisonous agents, and furnished themto vived lightnings flashed and shook their fiery .

Francis Kopman, Perry & Dickinson, Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil; his emissaries for distribution. One man had tresses in the face of heaven, ;the deep-toned thunder x.,

i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER: IN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Paint Brushes from No. 1 to ,(OOOOOO; brooded over such tales till he became firmly convinced rolled along the vaulted sky; the elementswere

SHOES,DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS, &.c. 1"0.42 Water street-Up stairs, Varnish do. of all sizes; a that the wild flights of his own fancy were in commotion; thestorm-spirit howled in

Cheap for Cash, nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. Sash Tools from No. 1 to 8; Badger Hair; realties. lIe stationed himself in the market the air; the winds whistled; the hail-stones fell

<*tl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla. Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round; place at Milan, and related the following story to like a shower of pearls; the large undulations of I

John 1[. Hull; Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes; the crowds: that gathered round him. He was the ocean dashed upon the rock-bound shore;torrents f W

Geo. S. Hawkins of the late firm of Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 1} and 1J In long standing, he said, at the door of the cathedral, leaped from the mountain tops; in short, it i i I

ATTORNEY &. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, [.'': .,i. Hardee Sf Co., Savannah, Ga.) Stock and Kalsomine Brushes; late in the evening, and when there was nobody was a night awfully beyond imagination ; and i

03- Office-Up stairs, FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Marking Brushes, round and flat; nigh: he saw a dark colored chariot, drawn by Dutch Bill sprang from his couch with vengeance '

No. 1 Columbus Block, Water street, Office, No. 48 Water street, Scrubing and Shoe brushes; six milk white horses; stop
' 5 Apalachicola Fla. oct26 Apalachicola Fla. Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent do; The chariot was followedbyji numerous train of and the instrument of death in his hands. The

Whitewash and Mop do; domestics, on dark colored steeds. storm increased; the lightnings!: flashed with a 1

A. G. Semmes, David G. Raney, VARNISHES-Copal, white; Coach do; In the chariot there sat a tall stranger of a ma- brighter glow; thethunder growled with a deeper

J' ATTORNEY AT LAW. COMMISSIONS FORWARDING MERCHANTAND i Cabinet Polishing and Furniture do; jestic aspect, his long black hair floated in the energy; the wind whistled with a wilder fury? t l' I

Office, .l\b. 2 Capt. Simmon't Building, DEALER IN GOODS, Mastie, for Pictures, &c. wind, fire flashed from his large black eyes, and a the confusion of the hour was congenial to his ;)

n cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.Apalachicola No. 43 Water street. WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxs assorted sizes of curl of ineffable scorn dwelt upon his lips. The soul and the stormy passion that raged in his bosom t t '

__orS Fla. jan29tln Apalachicola, Fla. French, English and American. look of the stranger was so sublime that he was ; he clenched his weapon with a sterner grasp; i i ;

(ocr} Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats, awed, and trembled with fear when he gazed a demoniac smile gathered on his lips; his hair I :

H. R. Wood, Dodge & Gardner, Shipping and Plantation use; together with a upon him. His complexion was much darker stood on end; he grated his teeth, raised his arm, ;

Kh CITY WEIGHER, GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, variety of articles in the Painting line, too num- than that of any man he had seen, and the atmos- sprang with a fearless yell of triumph on his victim 4
Office, cor Centre and Water streets.Apalachicola No. 40 Water street,
to mention. 1Y61y phere around him; was hot and sutfbcatiu: He and relentlessly murdered BED-BUG I
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City Council Proceedings. MARRIED. '"'-=
OFFICES. From the New York True Sun.
TERRITORIAL

OO1Ii1ERCI1I ADVERTISER.i The termination of the late Presidential election ARRIVAL OF THE Wednesday Evening COUNCIL, Dec. CHAMBER 11th, IS:+I. ,)> Rev.In Dr.Columbus Pierce on Thursday, 28th ult. by the

I Present, David G. Mr. JOS. W.
in Council met this evening.
motion
\VOOLFOLK
have in
from to set
seems, report
CALEDONIAAt to
STEAMER Messrs. Roberts Miss LUCY M.
,
Raney, Mayor Councilmen, daughter of
1844. ; John
DEC. 21,
APALACHICOLA SATURDAY, multitude of candidates \Vinter ,
,
the adjoining States, a Farrior and Guyon. F.aq I
i I Schiffer, Babcock, Simmons, of that cIty.
for the few and comparatively valueless public Boston-Fifteen Days Later. The minutes of the last meeting were read and C
early
the
: The JVtathfr.The weather during. offices this Territory, at the disposal of the approved.The .
in
Caledonia Captain
and The British Mail Steamer '
; part of the week, was uncommonly cold Clerk reported the returns of Weigh Masters COMMERCIAL
Government.This
General
4 blusterous for thi* place. Ice formed even until make the Territory a LoU, arrived at Boston on Saturday the 7th inst., Foster, Goodlett Shepard, Halaey, Hughesand

Tuesday last! -in the shade-in our apparent desire to bringing London papers of the evening of November Kerr, and the Harbor Master and Marshal, LATEST DATES.
on in
t ; midday simple! appanage for the humbler adventurers 18th, and Liverpoof of Nov. 19th. which were read and ordered on file. Liverpool.. ... .Nov. 19 New ....
york..1'\ .
; q streets, which is a thing of very rare occurrence party politics, throughout the country, has excit- ,I papers He also, reported a balance in his hands be- Havre,. . ... ti./New Orleans .. ..,..* ft

It among us. Cloaks, overcoats, mits, and other et i! ed a feeling of more general indignation among The political and news the by this commercial arrival is intelligence particularly, longing to the Hospital fund, of ninety-six dollars Havana,. . .N oV. Charleston_ ..,.. u }*&. I
demand and were brought uninteresting, and five cents.
in
etttr4l"a9 great than MAIL ARRANGEMENT.
previous
1v the inhabitants of Florida, any
in from the Claims,
a Farrior Committee on
and though satisfactory, be comprehended Mr. ,
it is'as warm as may NORTHERN
To-day AND
j lrj into requisition. similar attempt, though always viewed as obnoxious reported in favor ot the following bills, which Due WESTERN MAIL.
market continuesin Tuesdays and
and small The Cotton Fridays at 6 o'clock
is most lovely very space. P.
Ours a M
gentle as a May morn. think the sentimentwill and viz-
allowed Closes
: inclined to severally passed
44 44 f ; and we are the 11th were Tuesdays and Saturdays: at 10 P.M.
::1 ,
'. delightful climate. though as coquettish as a girl be lasting as it is general. We are pleasedto quiet, healthy state. On Monday, Mr. Foster's bill for repairing Engine,.. .$1 50 ST. MAIL. .
as J9SEH
it1: I in her teens-it is as yielding and as gentle: too; find that our fellow-citizens are disposed to resist inst.. there was a rise of 1-Sd. per lb., but it fell Sam'l Schiffer's bill for board of Mary Lou Due Tuesdays and Fridays:! at 6 o'clock, P. M

t \ and its darkest frowns are succeeded by so sweet: off toward the close of the week, and when the is, a puppr.4 00 -CIII Wednesdays and :Saturdays: at 8. A.M: I
their and _
'h, such an invasion of rights privilegesas Commercial, Advertiser Office, for two _--
J 1. 11.j a smile of sunshine, which makes it seem more this greediness of their offices implies, and shall steamer sailed prices were about the same as at quarter's printing, aa per contract,. .40 00 COTTON MARKET. -- 0'I'

lovely even from the contrast. willingly aid them in exposing the injustice as the date of.the last previous advi<'es. The priceof I. Dr.V.. S. Green tor two quarter's salaryas A fair demand still exists for Cotton at about 0'a'I

}. the staple was favorable to rnanufactrers, and City Physician: ,. . . . . 100 00 the raes: which vailed last '
prt week.
I. in The
for positions
Court of
The Superior well impolicy, placing strangers
Court. as quantiry
: The Superior bill for laying side walk,
i. ; in the absence of all excitement they bought as Patrick Grady's offering is not quite so and
large
:; this county,has this day adjourned until February which are to be maintained exclusively by their lumber, drayage, &.c,.. . . . 45 00 selections ot gOcd '
l c wanted and ro more. little
much as! they really parcels a more di&cult in
it has been in session for nearlv three industry and enterprise. The public offices of a The following bills were presented and referredto consequence We'
next,
The heavy investments in railroad stock had quote-Inferior 3fc a 3$; Ordinary 4
the Committee on Claims, to wit:-. a 4J;Middlin
Carmack. presiding.The .- not less than of a State, should of rightbe *
Judze ,
Territory
{4 weeks, His Honor absorbed much of'the floating capital, and the rate Casper Horn, for bread furnished paupers,..$-51 72 4} a1 ; Middling Fair 5 a 5'|; Fair 54 a 5}.

'. The business of the Court though it progressed among the incentives to a residence in a new discount was higher-on good commercial bills Patrick Grady's for making coffins and burying The sales of the week amount to 1752 bales,

: .. ;. more slowly than is in accordance with the wishes country, and a reward of that capacity for fulfilling from 2J to'3 per cent. The new Bank Charter I paupers: ,. . . .. . . 35 00 follows-102 at 3J; 41 at 3|; 66 at 4; 255 at 41.as stir!

: of community, during the business season of their duties advantageously, which a permanent Estate of Donald Campbell, for board of 65 a: 44; 156at45.16 212 at 4| 23 4 O'lfSI'Bri
our Act is said to have conferred an increased valueon ,. . . . . . . .15 00 ; ; at 7.16m
the was transacted with so scrupulous a regard residence among a population, can alone I paupers at 4!; 170 at 9-16; 11 at 4J; 69 at 41116273
year lumber&c..2() 29 .t
money.Daniel J. W. Hancock's, for 1o. r
il 1 to justice and the welfare' o/ the country, afford a satisfactory evidence.In O'Connell has abandoned Federalism, A report was received from the Tax Collectorand 4|; 51 at 4 13-16:73 at 4j; 6 at 5; 63 at 51. Sri;

;i t ::1. that none can complain. The Grand Jurors are, calling the attention of our readers to this and will not now endorse anything short of unconditional read by the Clerk, and on motion of Mr. COTTON STATEMENT. loB "

we are pleased to see, exercising a vigilant; and subject, we must premise that our observationshave Guyun, duly seconded, the said report was referred Last r1;
repeal, and a "Parliament at College Committee, thereon. yar.
morals and to the Finance report Stock on hand 1st sept..3
individuals whose
the reference to the names 211 Pro?
I very wholesome supervision over no C reen." The report of the Special Committee appointed Received this week,.. .... ....5,140 5 r
manners of our people. The District Attorney, we have heard mentioned as desirous of obtruding The Manchester Chamber of Commerce has to settle with the Apalachicola Land Company, previously, .... ...19,599

ti. efficient and determined in the discharge themselves upon us.Vith some of them we are received and read by the Clerk, from whichit Total,. ....bales -247-12 31856
is prompt, adopted strong resolutions in favor of a repeal of was interest due them, on Bonds of Exported this week .. .... ....2,675 !
of his official duties; and their united arts personally acquainted ; and in every position but appears that the llrr\'lOlh.ly. .... .... .4,442 JjSJ.'q
i The amount of the of June last
the duty on raw cotton. the City, was paid up to the 1st day ,
to the true interests of our community that in which they wish to place themselves towards Total..bales -7,117 83
addressed singly dollars and %
duty i isf three quarters of a million sterling-a large and one hundred and thirty-eight : L.\lit\
will ', leave few wrongs unre- u?, we have for them, every kind and of the endorsed on Bond -'
we hope nineteen cents principal
Stock hand
sum, forming no inconsiderable item in the Chancellor on not cleared .... 17,625 2:610FHEIGHTS. :: Sri::
dressed, few crimes unpunished ; and will vindicate friendly feeling. We,know.them as men of worth ; But No. 1.The. Prop
annual
t of Exchequer's budget.\
Florida in this but with their qualities: pretensions we wish, Special Committee to whom was referredthe :u
the character of justice, portion ( the tax is found to be so oppressive injuriousto petition of members: of Fire Company, and To Liverpool 1 ..... .... .. .... I .I.. .,5 "'d pro U,. = I:
of the Territory, at least, from the charges in this matter, to i. ve,.'concern: ; it is our in- of the manufacturer others to remove the Engine House:: reported i New York,.. ..... ... .... .... ....1-.)c I. 5c1r

1p which have been so liberally heaped upon it. At tiii i'ami 1'fti.' ;< solely on gene iaWbiect the operations English unfavorably, thereon, for various: reasons, and offered Loston.. .. .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .1'..c Ie 5<:hrStea
f>*"WJplthis'declaration crippling his and preventing him from
t7 and we trust, will power the following resolution. No further engagements of Foreign Freights. .
Delusions.-On our first page appears <"In" competing with his foreign rival, that (accordingto Committee Contracts St .1Stea
.- Popular satisfy all who are interested in the matter. Resolced, That the on Coastwise are dull at quotations.
rather an instructive article upon the snbject of of Territory since the European Times) it is more than probable be authorized forthwith to contract for'the repairof 51'1Stel
forced our
Delusions." Less instructing to the The dependence Ministers, during the ensuing meeting of Parliament such parts of the Shell Walk aa may be necessary EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOU.
Popular its organization, upon men from distant States to running from the Engine House to the North Commencing 1st September, 1&14-and same S( J.
the historian, to whom it will consent to it Although the
than to give up. time 1843.
poet, perhaps has been of with plank or shells as in SleaSr
4 fill its public offices, long a source side of Centre street,
furnishes an exair.ple of our proneness to refer regret to all who feel concerned for the welfare duty is only 5-lGthsof a penny per pound, it i is may be deemed adviseable, and where necessary, I t Past-(IPtt'\i 1TOTALI Last "

natural phenomena to supernatural causes, and equal, the manufacturers say, to ten per cent, on add sufficient to the walk in Centre street in width] WhITHER EXPORTED. lwk J taCDLl Cott

,I thus hastily established- and character of our own citizens. This feelinghas the manufactured article: one establishment, on to make a good track for the Engine to Water vt'rpool .... .... .... 174 ..... ..... Ub9 : g.

to act upon hypothesis become so strong of late, that strenuous efforts street. :iIavre...... .... .... .. ....., ......

J the more confidently, the more completely they have been, and are making, to awaken a determination the year's produce, pays upwards: of .;20,000 And thereupon, Mr. Farrior, offered the f 1- Oilier I ports.-. .. . .. .: .::.:.:.: :..::.:::

I are removed from tangible reputation. And yet alike to qualify themselves for tbe dutiesof more ,than: the American manufacturer.' The lowing as an amendment to the said resolution. Total to For. Port ... .t37.Nw 1J69I it

I, nr._ interesting tons who sail upon a "summer'si their exclusive grievance was place in a strong light, before the striking:: out all after the word "Resolution/ and I -;:.- -- Vnr1- --k--- ---- -. .... -. ?avg.71 ..... :'IB
I \. .. -i indicate the scattered fragments of ano the offices, and to assert rightto meeting by a gentleman connected- with an American reading the Engine House be removedfrom Boston ... .. .. .. .... 1030 ..... ..tAlU....
i sea, to hold them. Heretofore, the difficulty has been : its present location to the foot of Centre "r.videncp. .. .... 575 559 ...... 534

't ther's wreck, than positively! useful to guard us that, from the ) of population, and the house. The Income Tax has so>> far exceededthe street," which was lost. PhiladelphiaBaltimore ... ....... 446.... ........ 652
MIto
t, against the same misfortune. Notwithstanding sparseness i: Minister's estimate that it leaves him in possession Mr. Farrior asked tor the ayes and noes.- i ..... ..... 280 ,.... ........ ......
; settling a new country,
poverty consequent upon New Orleans. ... .. .. 370
f: \ the frequent desturbances of which our larger there has not been, in the amount of the Territorial of an ample surplus, and as that tax must Ayes-Messr:. Farrior and Guyon ; Nnes-Messrs. Other port?. ... .0.. ....... I. .. ..... .....

I cities hive from time to time been the theatre, salaries, inducements or rewards, sufficientto either he renewed, or modified, or given up next Babcock Mr. Schiffer, Schiffer, then, Simmons offered the and following Roberts. as. an Total Coastwise.. .......,. ... 57 ,...... ah

j I we have yet many restraints upon popular outrage impel men to qualify themselves for the duties year, the manufacturers are in excellent position amendment to the resolution otl) red by said Committee TOTAI.LF. ..=::. ..... m7 Hoi

It 1 ; the forms of our laws, which allows cooling that necessarily depend on distinction, particularlyin to come to terms with him on the subject. striking out all after the word Resolution IMPORTS.

: f time to popular feeling, are essentially conservative the learned professions. This state of thingsno The newly appointed Consul for the United ," and inserting "That the Committee on NEW YORK-Per schr Florida- pkgs mdz EliZ1.II

it 1 and most especially conservative is that disposition States, the Honorable Joel ,V. White has arrived Contracts be ordered to contract for a side walk to Lockhart &; Young! ; 2 Ha per fc Holmes! ;
t. longer exists. The increase of wealth and population House to Panton street, down to
themselves from the Engine 2S3 Wylie & McKenzie; 3 B S Hawleyr 13 Me \h
sober citizens to stop in Liverpool, and having been approved of by the aH
1 among our conjoined with a practical experience of Water street, of a suitable width for the Engineto Kay A: Hart>horne; 2S W Sncfr: ; 9 iiji,i Daw'

it and hold others back, until fully satisfied the evils arising from the laws being enforced by Queen, has commenced his official duties at thp be carried." son Co; 4 S B Hamilton; 23 R H Thomas, ; 2 BroTiber

that the next step will not plunge them into a port of Liverpool. Mr. White has for many years Which amendment lost. 1 M Wright.BALTIMORE.
t t men, strangers to the peculiar habits of our people reconsiderationof -Per schr S.uahLavina-1 carriage .
Individual prudence is, occupied a highly honorable position in America, Mr. Schiffer, then moved the
puddle.
% r predicament or have gradually produced a general movementto the amendment ottered by Mr. Farrior which to Capt Allen; 100 pkgs mdze to Charles
in society as in solitude, the correction of individual and is greatly esteemed. He is a native Bolton, Rogers& Co ''l'tia!1
set them aside by the sure method of holdingout motionvas lost. NEW ORLEANS Per schr Octavia-53
, respoesibility. to resident merit, the proper motives to exertion Conn ; lately a resident of Norwich, in the same And thereupon, Mr. Roberts, moved the adoption mdze to P L< prade; 6-M M Butt; 300 Harper pkp.1c .Lecu. :

State. His occupation for the last twelve years of the original resolution, otlered by the Holmes; 6 hhds sugar to S chiffer; 10 bblswWUcv *-
Among the arrivals in our city during the past in the rewards that may stimulate the has been in binking operations.The Committee on contracts, which woj put and car :15 hhda eu ur, 50 bbl3 flour 5-bW:."mohs&e3to Cotlo\
meritorious to their best etforts. The consequencehas "McKay & Hart horne.
V week, we notice the announcement nfGen. JOHN- been that we have created, or otherwise Queen and Prince Albert have been payinga i ried.Mr.. Farrior asked for the ayes and noes, which Per fohr Swallo.w-24 bbls flour, 25 bbl mo. ,

DILL, of Georgia. To the'old inhabitants of our visit to Northamptonshire, for thedouble purpose : were as follows: Ayes-Messrs. Roberts, Sim. losses, 30 pcs ba gina 30 coils rope to McKay&

j city the name of this gentleman is redolent with brought within our borders, men in abundance, of seeing Burleigh-house, orsginally the seat of rnon Babcock, and the casting vote of the Mayor Hartshorne; 40 bbl aour, 20 bbls whiskey, 20kep tOI1: ,
; q of lard to D G Raney 4 bbls! 8 >
to fill to the highest advantage and Farrior. ; whis-kpy, bbls t flour,
the most pleasing recollections of the olden time. fully competent Queen Elizabeth's Minister, Cecil ; and of being ; Noes-Messrs. Schiffer, Guyon Sbbjs pork, 3 bbls molass1:?, 20 kegs lard, 25 bag

t t Gen. Dill first sojourned at the point where Aparn the people, every office, from the Judgeship of the the christening of the infant daughterof Mr. Guvon, from the Special Committee appointed corn, SOscks oats to W A Wood; 20 bbls flour to r ca
( I' He Superior Court to the constable of a village, from present in relation to procuring another Fire Engine \V G Porter & Co; 50 bbls! flour to T L Mitchell;
i ,\ lachicola now stands, in the year ISIS. was of of to that of a tide the noble proprietor, the Marquis of Exeter, to reported that said Committee were of opinion 50() pcs bagging to J Day & Co; &" hhds sugar, Ii Cord,
i then attached to the United States Army. He is the Collectorship a port entry whom Prince Albert acted as god-father. Queen that the Wattrft.r Fire Engines," were the bbls: molasses, 10 kegs lard, 30 bbls whiskey, 60 C-Lmi
of waiter. In aid of this laudable spirit of emulationand of the and bbls flour Avery & Jrnes 5 pkgs mdze
rn familiar with the history of the destruction Victoria han several occasions, evinced best and cheapest for the use city, ; to Uree
on a
l local pride, we call upon the General Government pen. said Committee were instructed to ascertain the & Connery:; 178 to J C Maclay; 3 casks baccntu Old (
e the negro fort, (now'Fort Gadsden,) and was connected chant for treading in the footsteps of her predecessor that the several Fire Insurance Companies Dodge Gardner: ; 10 pkgs mdz to Harper
amount
with the earliest American settlements to give the honors and emolument that are Holmes; 7 II R Taylor; 26 P Laprade 4 hhds Hist(
Queen Elizabeth ; she likes, evidently, to having agencies in this city would contribute ;
the offices of the Territory exclusively sugar, O-bbls whiskey, 30 bagging Nouiae
the attached to pnblic pcs to
i 1' this river. As we before remarked, ap. which that towards procuring another Engine for the
upon see the scenes: extraordinary woman I Stone::: & Co; pkga'mdze" to order.
I recollections to Floridian talent in the persons of its of the and thereon at a future Pre3i
pearance of this gentleman brings pleasing looked upon, to repose under the roof which shel- use city, report

1 to the minds of our old inhabitants-hi citizens.We meeting. EXPORTS.LIVERPOOL 10m
tered the Queen and to enter,as far as
Virgin Sifcil
Mr. Guyon,
the appointed
shall notice this subject again. Whereupon, Mayor -Per ship Tuskina-1374 bale
I countenaice is associated with,scenes: of halaritys the altered character of the age will permit it, on the Committeeof Contracts and Improvements, cotton. Sara:

e and festivity of by-gone days-:times when many (ocr: The governor Mississippi having pardoned into the position- of the great departed.A in the place of the late E. J. Wood. PROVIDEXCE-Per brig,: Eordeaux-55 bale !
!!
!!
I of our old citizens are disposed to think the souls the Editor of the Vicksburg Sentinel, who had movement is now going on in behalf of Father The following resolutions wer offered and BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA r brig Star brig-280bate.Republic.-. 416

I of the inhabitants of Apalachicola had a wider been imprisoned: by a Jndge for contempt of Court, Mathew, for not merely discharging his liabilities, adopted By Mr., .iz Guyon: : bales. TtJ.

flow, and their hearts a more buoyant: and generous the Judge recommitted him, and talks of commit- but raising him a fund which will place him beyond Resolved, That two posts seven feet above the RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.Per .

: beat, than is now to be found among the ting the Governor. pecuniary need hereafter. Meetings have surface ot! the earth, be placed by the City Mar- steamer Am115ta-252 bales cotton to Hill,

crowds' that jostle in her streets. shal in a proper position, in front of each blockon Lawon & Co 117 to D B Wood &: Co 54 w
I' iThe result of the election in the city of Savannah been held in England, as well aa in Ireland, on ; ;
:: Water street, on the front line of said street. LockhaFt & Young 36 to Harper <& Holmes; 13
1 PROPELLER FLORIDA." held on the 2d inst., gives a democratic the subject,and from the liberality of the subscriptions By Mr. Roberts: Sdnford: and Butt; 10 to J Day &: Co; 7 bales! cot -df

_ of majority, for Mayor, of 51 votes,and for the Council the required sum, twenty thousand pounds, Resolved, That the Marshal he instructed to ton, 3 boxes, 1 cask, 1 trunk, bales mdze, and I
had the examining
_ i We pleasure yesterday,
the of Commerce street, smith's bellows to McKay Jc Hartshorne; 25 baitS
on
of In additionto will be speedily forthcoming. notify owners property A'I
I the new and beautiful steam Propeller "Florida," ticket an average 54 majority. between Centre and Cherry streets, to put the cotton 3 bales hides and 1 box beeswax to L
i tickets there now absorbs exclusively, the attention of Rowdon.Per {
and Spain
democratict was a
the whig
t Capt. Clift, just arrived from New York, and side walks in front of their property in repair, Sanford
the quid nuncs. From the turn which the debatein steamer Lowell-210 hales cotton to
the Reform
intended for the trade between this port and ticket run by party. and where necessary build new walks. & Butt; 70 to Lockhart & Young 41. to .McKtfAc
the Chamber of Deputies: at Madrid has taken, By Mr. Farrior : HartshoJne 27 4.IcKenZlej 7 tl7 -
to
New of the Wylie
the first
Orleans. This schooner, ;
c- The Place of Honor, it is said, has been it is tolerably clear that the new constitution, Resolved, That Messrs. Richard G. Porter, Harper & Holmes. fcj I c(

kind ever employed in this trade, is of 210 tons accorded to the United States, in the decorationsof which has been by ministers, will Henry R. Taylor and Anson Hancock, be, and Per steamer Notion-434 bales cotton to.J. r j c(

,: burthen,constructed after the most approved plan, in London-the armorial propounded they are hereby appointed as Inspectors of the Macly; 190 to Hill, Daw-on & Co; 100 to DjJ
the new "Royal Exchange not receive the semblance of a modification.One Wood & Co 60 LockhaJt & 12 toPeny
even Yonng
and election be held the 1st Monday in ; to ;
coming on
I 1 propelled by an engine superior power, the ensigns of Grc t B uia being placed over of the ministers, indeed, has unblushingly January next & Dickinson; 6 Wylie &; McKenzie 1 to Harp* t

II.c, 1 propeller is of Loper's invention. Her model is! the centre of the west portico, and those of our declared the crown is superior to any constitution! Mr. Guyon, seconded by Mr. Simmons, moved er Per Holmes.steamer. Agnes-445 bales cotton to huh, P. I Id'tti

I I f J pronounced by competent judges unexceptionable, east that Mr. Dickinson be to use the City SOW
; the portico. permitted Co
country over Dawson &
The crown, exclaimed he, overruled & Co; 5a to Charles Rogers ; ;
I t1c i and in elegant accommodations for passengers and everything Council Chamber as a school room for the balanceof order. .......
We deem it a pecuUrly lortunate circumstance, and that was the form the Government of this month which to.Mr D G V*
convenient to
1I3 arrangements for freight, she may justly was: agreed Per steamer Siren-90 bales cotton ij
j .hat at the time when Florida, may expect to be Spain always had." Roberts, seconded by Mr. Schiffer, moved ney; S to Mckay & Harhhorm- box tobaccovThos
take rank with the .
I lvii 'J first class of steam vessels.LU called upon to take her position in the great family that the Committee on Contracts instructed to Preston. '1)11 :

.- Her speed is from seven to ten knots an hour of American States, and to organize her Suit (b-: The Governor of New Hampshire has voteda report a plan for, and the probable costs of, a Per steamer Columbus-551 bales cottoDC'

11 and we are informed by Capt. Clift, that her late Government, she :should: find heiself so free from Bridge Charter because the Stockholders were suitable School House. Lockhart & Young; 100 to Hill, tj -
: dissension 96 Charles & Co 27 to W H
of internal to Rogers KirnbroogJ
the embirrassment party
: ,/fr: trip from New York: has eminently proved herr and, political exciteinent. At no times! perhaps not made individually responsible. The Legislature On motion the -Council then adjcurned. Ac; Co; 16 toVyhe & McKenzie; Ti1i

::1L: "i S sea worthiness, having encountered severe weather since >he ceased to'ttji.a dependant of'Spain, has sustained the Governor's veto. Civil Rl'jojnd1'he wits of the lawyers are Wood 8 to Nourse & Stone.bales cotton to D BWood Hi
,
without hinderance or much her sometimes almost as sharp as their appetites, Per steamer Boston- to
uniformity
Lt apparent danger. It she experienced so among &: Co 43 to Wm G Porter & Co; O
is expected that her trips between this port and people, upon all subjects of domestic policy, so EPITAPH ON AN ENGINEER. but occasionally they get hold of rough custo.mrrji. Wylie &: McKenzie; ; 22 to Perry & Dickinson;

t k 4 New Orleans will be made with little of party rancour, jealousy and strife. Many FOUND IN A GRAVEYARD IN ENGLAND. For example, the following anecdotes are 15 to McKay & flarfchorne; 11 to Lockhirt *1 i
F great regularity, old matters grievance, of contention, and division My engine now is cold and still, selected from a recent work entitled 'Law and Young; 9 to Chester &' McGriff; 3 boxes and to

t and with so short intervals as to facilitate very have passed: away, and left us: comparatively, No water does my boiler fill ; the Lawyers." bale mdze to M M Butt. 10.**-

:: I much the trade of our own Merchants, and still of one mind, upon all subjects of a general and My coke affords its flame no more, Humbug.-An intelligent female witness ha. Per steamer Champion-148 D B Wood bales cptton& Co,; 61I\

more of those from the interior, to whom the leading character. If the people are divided into My days of usefulness arc o'er. ving been much perplexed by a barrister in a G Porter& fc McKenzie Co; 100 to 50 to Lock hart& youvg* LI Lifc
parties, it i is only in name. There scarcely exists wonted long cross-examination, happened, in replying, Wylie! ; sacks cow y
I safety and despatch aflbrded by the present arrangement My wheels deny their ppeed, to Harper &: Holmefj 41 do and 27
any division as it regards policy or principle.We hand heed to use the word humbug." Dickinson 25 bales cotton to John
No *orc guiding they ; Perry & ; &
kI; are highest importance. regard this as peculiarly fortunate, and as Mv whistle toy too has lost HB tone, Madam," s.iid: urn man of law, ,* yon must Maclay; 19 to T H & C H Austin: 15 J 1)111

1 I Capt. C. has beeaso long and favorably known affording the happiest omen ot the future welfare Its .shrill and thrilling notes are not t' Ik unintelligibly. What are the court Co; 14 to T L Mitchell; 12 to McKay &.JJJJ
gone bus
r in our business community, that it would be and prosperity of the new State. Florida will valves thrown wide and jury to understand: by the word humbug home; 12 to W A & PC Kain; 100
My are now open ,
thus in Schiffer.
the organization of her new Government, hesitated. to Samuel
tL : superfluous for us, to speak of the undoubted con- have the advantage ol being enabled to call to her My/6/ige all refuse to glide ; The" lady Per steamer Siren-94 bales cotton Lockbt& M,. ,
insist madam said the barrister
fidence reposed in him by all who have occasion aid, her best sons, her,wisest: heads, and truest My clacks, also, though once so strong, 1 must Young; 20 to D G Raney; 17 to Chester\V & r'
trade from this Port to New Orleans. We hearts. Party Spirit, it be hoped, will not Refuse to aid ho busy throng.No anticipating a victory, that you proceed no Grill'; 10 Perry &: Dickinsou; 36 TA PrestD i Paliii:
I iT! f to have sufficient inflnencef may to drive from her counsels more 1 feel each urging breath, further until you state, plainly and openly, what Kain; 11 do and 11 boxes tobacco to
1 trust that his present efforts to increase and facilitate by the word humbug." 4dotoLockhdn&Youijg. '0
t mean cottO
is condensed in death you
any who might yield efficient service, in the My steam now ; Pickle-600 bales
trade will with deserved Why, then, sir," returned the lady, J don'tknow Per cotton box Little }
meet encour
our each station'
'r ; establishment of her government, and the introduction Life's railway's o'er, past: toDil Wood & Co. _
I agement. We recommend to our business citi- of a system of measures adapted to her alter Iii death I'm stnpt: and rest at last- how better to explain my meaning than
condition. Florida. Farewell dear friends and cease to by saying, if I met a company of persoUs who of Ladies andGentlemen's
; zens generally, and to the Merchants and Planters u litical -Star of weep. tell them OSIERY.-A full assortment belo
: In Christ I'm safe-in Him I sleep. were strangers to you, and should H half Hose. :
and
\ 4 : from the interior, to visit this elegant vessel, The path that leads to fortune too often passes that when they paw you they might prepare to Hose ELLISON & C 0.,

now lying at our wharves, and examine and judge through: if"1 narrr.w defile of meanness, which train cLove i's at once the best temptation for ;I meet a remarkable handsome genteel, agreeable For sale by B 33 \Vater.Ute.J' to Yc

: for themselves. exalted spirit cannot stoop to tread. hermit, and the best cure for a misanthrope looking man, that would be humbug." nov30 (

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. TIlE POPULAR REMEDY IN THE SOUTH .

Esq", U S ALEXANDRIA LOTTERY.CLASS ANDVEST FOR. FEVER &; AGUF.'p INSURANCE.GENCIES. Fall and Winter Arrangement. 1J
C No. 45. -- THE
Cordtlia-J I ---.- U. S. Mail steamer SIREN
) brig joT pone, P ta-L. Rowdon,\V R Hunter, To be drawn Alexandria, D. C. Dec.21,1 IS 14. THE u NE\V YORK CONRIBUTIONSHIPFIRE will leave Apalachicola every,
LOTTERY1.'well1t .
I lIe SEVENTY-FIVE NUMBER INSURANCE .tTUESDA.... Y and SATURDAY
Iff tamer A COMPANY, Office, r-. _
Balots.SchClue. .
. Boward. E E Du Bose and drawn No. 57'\Vall st. insures night at 12 o'clock.
,
Tjlwell-Doct Dwelling Houses Ware-
;
r E Tntland' and Leaves Brown's
Fftam P Ferry WEDNESDAY
every
and ann
.A rriord houses,"and! Buildings: ; in general Merchandise and SUNDAY evemr.jjs'at
J&s 3jteame' \\ LewI ; : : 8 o'clock, and Chat-
1.5 L fljfliCli.''' _'.! Ward, Alexander ONE PRIZE OF $30.000 Household Furniture, Ship building, Ships in tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at 12

J Jordan. 1. .prize of. .$10,000. .is. .$loOuo Port and their Cargoes, and every description of o'clock, M.
fucktrtr nell-'Ir VAN VEGHTEN
A Beat! J F Farrier and 6,000 . . .6,000 V LVIAGV personal loss &, SHARPLESS,
5t : SirfflV: 5 1. . to. S S S a property, against or damage: by fire. 14

:ste",'""r 1 .. ... .3,140 . . .3,140 J. SMYTH: ROGERS; ; President __Contractors.

l' Cotumbu art Sharp1egs and Lloyd.pamer : 1\It' rs.Jlei'i 1. ... . 3,000 . . 3,000 R. W. MARTIN FOR LIVERPOOL.-The: fine fast-

) ;, Ondrey, Crenolhl\w Reynolds Green- 1 . . ..(),cir: U . . 2,500 I efliiiiii1iilllll Secretary. ..sailing ship TAROLINTA, Smith, master -

Bnston- Iessrs 1. ... . .200 . . .2,000 iiI I Direct6rs. having two-thirds of her cargo engaged -

ftnd Tock'] (';ampin'1-'ti Btiqq. Gen'l John CG- 50. . ..S S S S I,"))0I) . . .:50,000 : .T.Jas.Smyth Roser, E. D.J.Iltrlbnrt Palmer., and going on board, will have despatch.
Bryar John
'.ramat ''. tesrs J C :\raclav' H D 20. .'. . ...r>00 . S S .10,000 U Jas. McBride, Peter Lori'HarJ: For freight or passage, apply to '

"nfl? \\".!fS'0*, Peterson, Pace, BryanFjorida 20. . .... 300 . . 6,000 John Adams, Jas :McCall decl.J J PAY & CO., Water !t.

I"';; dl"ck. 123 . . .".200 .. . .2.J,GOO) John Hag ert\., B obi. :McCoskry, 'FOR LIVERPOOL,-The
M an fm Nexv YorkMessrsVood- 12.'). ... .". . 1 00 . . .12fJl') R Gulian C. Verplanck, Henry Parish: barque COLOSSUS superior

;t tt ft1t Tiff*"1' and Pt>I"ptps. I Ir I'+)r!"'). . .... S .(J.'J' . . ..i..)O"'11 J'J' OALLIGHAN'S vegetable: F1..VERiuUE John Johnson, Reuben Withers, ...} rtisN two-thirds of her, McDonald, master, .
Florida wiled this evening for New VJT: PILLS, a certain and lasting cute for that Joseph Kernochan \\rm Scott Cargo engaged, will
3 ;-hit', I 2f..5)! '. . . 6,300 j meet with despatch. freiehf
r ;! MM K Comprat, and J C Mr Gallaher L-ed Esq, t2*}. . .... . .*xU. . . .*9y\J t\J3n'l disease. For sale by J C ALLEN, Peter Neyius, Ferdinand Suydam, J DAY For& CO apply Water tonov30 J.
:&Ta \ Capt Miner, : .20: .7 ,fJSO dec: l cor, Centre and Comrnerc-e streets. Richard Irvin, Geo P Pollen, ___ 52 st. ,
-- C. V. S. Roosevelt "William Colgate, FOR !
-; .23 t,36D BOSTON.-The new fast sail .
23, .10
INT IJMr.ENCE. NE.. \V NOVELS Lowell Holbrook, .ing ship ELEMENT, Turner, mate I
iflNiI 27,511. Prizes: amounting to. .$486,150 ,
can take a few bales
deck
._ I N PAMPhLET FOR M.: 03-::: "The Contributionship Insurance Company on for freieh .
---::. ::-- ot whicn, or passaze, i
apply
F'r\P\f4\HfCOT..A.-.. .n..t'. 21CLEARED. TICKETS $10-Shares in proportion. THE subscriber, the following has just New received Woiks:-from New ," will also, insure against loss or damage by dec21 D B WOOD &to CO., 29 Water st.

------- T N the above Scheme, formed bv the ternary "TheBirthiight," Inland or River Navigation, on favorable terms. FOR BOSTON I

Tl1i1iin1Vi1liam f r Liverpool by I co'nbination of 75; numher making! (67,525: : tickets Blanche of Navarre," NOURSE, STONE & CO., Agents TIBERIUS, Howes uA'< -J ne fast sailing bark ..
:J ip ballots\ there will he master, will meet
of 12
and the drawing Gemlstein
Co. ,
2 *ione x nO\30 .16 Water street. rflia&with despatch. For :
gc Charles freight' deck
star. Chase, for Ba/nmore, by 220 Prizes, each having three drawn numbers; Arrah Neil," pas aee apply to the master on or
or to
Co.grib1ic, 4,159 each having two of them on ; and 23,430 '* Wandering Jew," "GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST
dec2t D B WOOD
Cias'ixBar : & CO.
THE 11
Philadelphia by 29
fa Water st.
? Gates, of then on and also 39,711 :
eicb having! one only, ; The Jilt, \ ," with a Capital of $500,000 i
:.;t CI', of the drawn numbers on FOR
: D B ticket- having: ,0 ne The Reformers. STONThebarkQUINNEJJAUG
.. =, for Providence, by paid in, and invested will take FIRE -
ld security '
the fate of these; Fulton
bens!; hhn'cs.: To determine ; rN.. Arrangements have been made master, will meet wIth ;
&11I'1r( Co.Fiord. Clift. for \pw Orleans.gOciaviaChnrch.n nri/.es and blanks 73 numbers-from 1 to 75 inclusive with the publishers, by which all the NEW INLAND, and MARINE RISKS, on as lQw -- immediate despatch. For passage only 'i

for N Orlean, Master. -will he severally\ placed in a wheel on NOVELS: of the season, Will be regularly received terms as any other good Office in the United : apply todec2l D WOOD & CO., "'.,

the div of the drawing! and 12 of them will be as soon as possible after their publication. States. The above named Company having paida 29 Water street.
.
An H VED..1Qiiniebiu. random and that ticket havin': on B HAWLEY -
drawn nt
out ,
Fulton, flU Mobile to D B ( ; will be Prize large amount of losses: in this City during the FOR BOSTON':" To sail tlze25thi ii.
it. either one, or more of them, dec2l cor Chestnut: and Commerce sts. The fast .
lx Co. York toT The ticket having on it, as a combination the past ten years, and in every instance, to the en- ., sailing new brig YUCATON,
Tecumeh Ripley; fm New JOSEPH SClllUTD ,3aker, master, will sail as above. For
.1'l. l.t, 2d 1 and 3d drawn numbers, will be entitledthe tire satisfaction of the parties assured ; rely upon. freight deck
on =
tti1L.Cirllta or
pa sage! apply to
. .:; 11t. fl11 PO'1r'", P It.Floridt. Canital Priz', the .Uh, ;,t'1 and 6th, the next, No. 44 Water, ear Cht.stnut st. their well earned reputation for continuance dec21 D B WOOD & CO., 29 Water st.

., ," Clift. fm \P\\' Yurt and so on, in proportion.J DEALER in Fancy Hardware, Fine Cutlery, .
.'\:n O tvi t, C irciull, fm New Orleans, to G GREGORY; & CO., Manners &'*-, consisting; in part of public patronage.: .. I FOR BOSTON-The ship MARY J

ilr t Hrt.shorn"" B S \\VLEY, Agent, Fine Pen ii Pocket Kjiive-, and Scissors; {;r THE subscribers having been, appointed .FRANCES, Jewett, Master, will meet .4
,,\\11)\\'. 'h.'-i'rn. fnTJH: Orle.ins. and Commerce sts. Razors, and Chiprnan's Rizor Straps U J; t 7( with immE'diatedespatch.. For
IT fmBiltimore.nn dec:!1 cor. of Chestnut < ; Agents of the above named, Company. are }ly freight.
"1r """In'" L'int.. T vlor, Elegant Port Folios, for ladlctep.l ; .' ot a few bales on deck, or passage, apply to ,!;
V. fm Brown Ferry. and authorize to act as'sucK %
lr1, \ '; %tn. ? prepared, are )
'a'n"r Notice. :-; Pens and Pen Holders ; D. B. WOOD & Co. :

.n1-r'nr'tUfl4)II)1\ iZI-t: t. Hill, ("t.!h\f n ill Col.rnVi.i-l-r, fin Columbus.lln NEW YORK, December 2d, 1314. Fine Golf( Dimond; Pointed Pens; J DAY & CO..fF;, \ d7 29 Water street. <

S* fm Colnnbi3.I : Red, Black, Blue and Indelible Inks ; novD 52 Wafer street.
''1'U.rn" To the Cflmiirnrrs of Good, arriving FOR BOSTON-The ship SABBAT-
",n.r I..,",'ll. '1 vr. fm .Tcrni-in. York Pate U I Ink.. an'is; Fine Letter Paper ; TIS r !
;;;;;; .; <:,ilaurri- ?, Cr?: I1.1fm Columbus. -- --1'-----------Avalachicula., inspired in J\"eic : Fine Gold and Silver Pencils; SUN MUTUAL INSUANCE CO., Cox, master, will meet with despatch I
for the above
5'im-r Ib ton, J A Morton, fm Col'imbu ; underwriters in New York: have suffered Genuine German Cologne, and fine Perfumes of the Citv of JVew York. : port. F6r freighton .
fm C ilu-nh'is. TIE deck or passage apply to. (
|'' Notion L C1rton. for Handkerchiefs! & .
?am'r much by the improper sacrifice of goods .c.Bear'3
: fm Colum. very ; Trustees: DBWOOD&CO
toaBo Little Pickltr, Slapleton, ,
: Oils Toilette Mirrors
i sold at Auction in Apilachirola, on account, of ; ; James D P OdenVilliam II Macy, nov30 29 Water street. a r
.- Fine Cloths, Hair and Tooth Brushes; Moses II Grinnell, Fred'k \VI smann.
LI-T OF VESSELS IX PORT. !set dnnze. The policies require, in case of Dn>:;..ing and Fine Tooth Combs: ; Conrad \V Faber, Joseph Foulke, Jr. FOR BOSTON-The brig OLD COLONY "

suirs.Frn mrtial! lo-ss by sea damage to Dry Goods, Cutleryrr Silk and Fancy Purses; Suspenders; Samuel M Fox, Hamilton Murray, Chase, Master, will meet with : .

v. U'ooi V Co. Ladies' Fine Feather Fans ; John H Hicks, Fred'k G. Foster, ; apply to D. B./WOOD & Co.,
mont. T'irner. 449 ton, for Boston, loading- by a snaration and sil ? of that portion: Feather Dusters ; Key Rings; Godfrey I'attison, Richard K Haight, dec 29 Water street. .
Sidney Mason: Wm S Alley,
U B Wo1 1 V Co. which
of the contents of the packazes are
only Violin and Violin String ,
laJi;! <% HiJley 439: tons waiting-J Day : ; 'chuvlerLivtngsion: : G \Vinthrop Gray, FOR PROVIDENCE,R.I.-The bark ,
; X Oo.; damped and not otherwise, a".d tint the same Sewing Knittin Needles, &c., &c. Theodore Vietor, Roswell Sprague, NICHOLAS BROWN, Andros, master,

,';Jtnt.t! S-nith. 349 tons: Liverpool, loading: principle shall be allowed us to all other mer- Also, a good supply of single and double bar- Henry Holdrege, Oliver Slate, Jr. -_will have immediate despatch. For ;
J 0v fc Toftitti reled GUNS, RIFLES, &.c., all of which he Anthony B Neilson Drake :Mills, 1
chandize, as far as! practicable. The Rules also Alfred Seton Robert Maitland/ freight or passage, apply to r
: | i fox. 449 tons, loading, Boton-D B olfers cheap for Ca"h. ,
dec21 T L MITCHEL
: 37 Water st.
\\"on') V r o. require that the damaged: : parts: of Carjo: bs sold Apalachicola. Oct. 1st, 1844. dec21 Charles Sagory, Joseph W Alsop, Jr.
Lfac1 267( tons, freight or charterIiarer P-ernard Graham, Elias Ponvert, FOR NEW YORK-Star Line-The I
; !eu": of
in small\ lots to snit the convenience purchasers.
& Holmes.BARQIES.. FRANKLIN SUPERIOR COURT.R Theodore Dehon John D Van Beuren.A ,
I fast ELIZA Talbot
sailing barque master
: )I
*Whole packages destined for places in the interior J MOSE;;:, administrator, &c., on John Locke, B NEILSOX. President. will have For
despatch. freight or 11
|.'.I!.Tath"t, 279 tons, New York-McKay & have freiuently been sold\ at Apalachicnla in dec'd estate, vs. William H Shepherd. JOHN ALFRED\VHITEHEAD SETON Vice, President.Secretary. passage, apply to the master. or to f
Hirtshorne defendant: and all others interested, will .
knowledge\ of the owner, by the McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
lot without THE .
34S awaiting freight- a
..t.mt1..rril, tons,
- take notice, that I have filed a petitionfor ,
dec14
40 Water street. ,
Hdrjier \: !TI'1nm's.| Consiznee i there; and by that means deprivingthe forclosure of mortgage of certain personal THE'undersigned AGENTS of the above .

[Brown in-T: Andro L Mitchel..:, IfVJtons, for Providence, load- owner of part packages of sound enods and property in the City Hotel, consisting of furni- prepared to take MARINEand FOR NEW YORK.-The fine con.nered .

. |) rm*. IIwes29tons; for Boston, loading- cauin heavy losses to some one, but for which, ture, &e., and that I will apply for foreclosure of RIVER RISKS on the most favorable terms. and copper fastened bark ROLLA '
DB Wood S1: Co will be said mortgage at the next term of the Superior HARPER & HOLMES, Gibertson, master, having part of her
: vhi'17. Filton: 24tons: Boston, loading hereafter: the Apalachicola consignees Court for the county of Franklin.R cargo on board, will have immediate despatch as
51 Water street.
; D B Wood 3t Co. held responsible. J MOSES;;, administrator, novlO above. For balance of freight or passage, applyto

:en.eh.: Ilip'rv!: tons: awaiting freightTL The nvilfiplir.ation of protests is not needed ; ilelonis non, &;c., on John Locke, dec'd, estate. FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE the. master, or to W G PORTER & CO.,

i I1S.Mitch-li Cn"n\r\: uu LhtmaoL lauL an oricrinajfc.or; _at moat an original and duplicate Apalachicola, Dec. QO. _1.L4. _dec21__3m INS 1J R.NeE.. de l-1 41 Water street.

In -T Day: V Co. protest forwarded to the Agent of the vessel inNew WIIEKEASrc'EORGE S. JIAWK'1N9F.sq., a FOR NEW YORK-The fine brig

.. .zmn.rsoa.( : 213 tons, Bo tonG Porter York is sufficient for all the New York un- States for the District THE ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY: CAMILLA, Mandeville,Master, has her r : I
, Co.lfxand"r.. aforesaid, in the name and behalf as well of it 11 I -200,000! and the PROTECTION cargo going on board. For deck freight

|1, \ 333 ton, awaiting freight derwriters. I SignedS the United States, as Hiram Nourse, Esq., Collector INSURANCE CO.,-Capital $150,000;:; only, apply to CHAS. ROGERS & Co. !
, Harper & Holmes.: BALDWIN, Prest. of the Customs for the District and Port of dec Waterstreet. :
3' RR.tr; Jackson Marine Ins Co. Apalachicola, in the District aforesaid. and of all In addition to the'capitals of the above named \ ,

) titan, B'ik.r, 177 ton=, Boston, loading-D B ZEB COOK, Jr., Prp t..ftfutlnl other persons concerned, hath filed and exhibitedhis companies, they have each a large surplus fund FOR NEW YORK.The brig HIS' '
, Wood & Co. Ins Co. libel and complaint in the Superior Court of TORIAN, L- f C Lufkin, master, having
Safety in Persons business with these
awaitmnrfretht-Master: reserve. doing
'1iaIIatc'nI99to'};;, District Court of the Uni-
t said District, sitting as a
1 _ most of her meet
V. P.oIYew engaged, will
} "lIil1iL;, Mindrul, 193: ions, New i'ork, lod- T B SATTERTHWAITE, ted States for the trial of causes of admiralty and companies, may rest satisfied, that they are with For freight cargo toW "* I
York Ins Co. despatch. or passage apply
in -Chas Rogers & Cd. maratime jurisdiction stating alegin and -
I ; propounding
INSURED to the amount of their 'policies,
t C 'onv, Chase, 244 tons, Boston, loading-D WM NEILSON, Prest. that on the seventh day ot December fully H KIMBROUGH & CO.,
B Wood \c Cn. Mrrrhan ...11llturlIns Co. instant. at the Port of Apalachicola in said District, and that losses will be paid winthout vexatious dec 24 Water street. (

:Lot ", L-iUin, 212 ton!?. New York, loading A B N'KILSOX, Prest. and on waters navigable from the sea by vessels delays or technical objections.
, W H Kimbro.i-h. V Co. Sun Mutual Ins Co. often or more tons burthen, hI". the said Hiram FOR SALE.=The House situated on
SCHOONKRS.siwt ABM OGDEN Prest. Nourse, Collector as aforesaid, did seize and now (tC5- THE subscriber having been appointed ,It i iii Commerce street, directly in the rear ofslStore '

: "Vicker.-son, 65 ton: *,Boston-Master. General Mutual, Ins Co. hath in his custody as being forfeited for having Agent for the above named Companies, is fully No.. 2S .\Vatef street, commonly
:!-oVonn?, -tons. dischanjinz} : -WA Wood.nflow been imported into the United States contrary to known as Tom Davis' Hn se." It is a very
Shannon 122 tons, X Orleans-Master. WALTER R JONE Pre-.r. Thousand SEGARS For that at thorized to take risks on the lowest terms.
J 1 law, Four a convenient House having five fooms, a kitchen,'
lab 14winl\, Taylor, 71 tons. fm Baltimore of the .1\lanlic Mutual Ins Co. time past, to wit: on the second day of December DANIEL. J. DAY, a good yard and a fine well of water on the pre

Mater. L GREGORY, Prt>it. aforesaid, the said goods, wares and merchandizewere nov9) 52 Water street. mies. The said house will be sold] very reasonable -
of Mercantile,. Mutual; Ins Co. brought in a certain brig or vessel called the -
and free from all mcumberances.
; Bordeaux then and there belonging to a citizenor CROTON MUTUAL INSURANCE is
Samuel ScliiflTer. THOMAS HALE, V P ; ( ) For further particulars apply to '
of the .Illiance .i'.fuluaIIns Co. citizens of the United States (whose name or COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, names unto the said Attorney of the United States, dec14 THOS. DAVIS, Commerce st.
PHILLIP HONE, Prest. unknown from a foreign port or place, of the City of JVevi York.
pParticuUr attention piid to putting family as yet )
:
up dec4 American Mutual 111ft Co. FOR RENT.-Two pleasant front Offi
of Havana in the Island of
that is the Port Li
to
Trustees
, steamboat and say
: ship stores. ... :
1'\0.22 Water street.
---- in Store
wit into the Port ces
1" Cuba into the United States, to : l'iii
No. 49 Water street, p3 Liberal advances will be of Ap ddchicotd. aforesaid, and that the sid: goods John James B Harper Lasala,, Abraham Silas M Crandall Van Nest, :I .! Apply to J DAY. CO., ,

de2l Apalachicola, Fla. and merchandize, then and there belongingor dec 14 52 Water street.
, made on Cotton consigned to their friends in wares John J Boyd, William B Cozzens,
, consigned to the master, the mate or crew of the I
Edward Richardson Charles L Vose
L. W Spratt New York or Boston, by said vessel then and there, were not described or James Phaleri Bones, II FOR RENT.-The Building on Com .

b HIORVEY! As COUXSELLOa AT LAW. WM. G. PORTER & CO., included in the manifest or manifests of the cargo John J Herrick, John Joseph F Butterworth, 1jii merce street, lately occupied by S R Ford _ _

63Offic*-, No. 45 \Vat r street-Up stairs.enterance dec4 41 Water street of the said brig or vessel (as is required bv law) George C De Kay, Samuel Sherwood, ::: as a Marble Work Shop. Possession given
! ( on Chestnut street.) contrary to the form of the statutes in such case Sarftuel A Lawrence, Zadock Pratt, immediately. For particulars inquire of

, Apalachicola, Fla. 03 Th s subscriber ll keep made and provided. And the Court having ordered Theodore Meyer: Herman D Gould, MILTON SCOTT, I
.. \iU practice in the Courts of the Apalachi- Attachment and Monition to issue according to William P Furmps, Joseph S. Smith, dec 3t Waverly House. .
I cola District, the Courts of Jackson and Leon through the season a cjood supplv WEST INDIA law and the usages of this Court. Therefore, you John T Gilchrist, Elias T Aldrich, _

CO1 tieg Middle: District, and the Court of Ap- and WESTERN PRODUCE, of the best the said Marshal: are hereby authorized, empowered Loring Andrews, Lawrence, Hill, -i. FOR RENT.-The Dwelling House

': "Jll'aJllt Ta1lahtQ e. dpc21Ve kind, which he offers to the people at fair prices, and strictly enjoined, peremptorily cite and Cyrus Chenery, Thomas Monaharr, 1"1i'" iii lately occupied by B S Hawley, fronting .1t_

?: -. '- at wholesale only. C L LeBARON, admonish all persons having, or pretending* to have George \VhitakerVilliam, H Townsend, :;..._II [on the Church Square, possession given
- 7 \ requested by Seth nov.23 30) Wator s tr pt. any claim or interest in the said Four Thousand James H Suydam, Amos Noyes, immediately. For further particulars apply to
are Sears in said libel. alledged by posting at some George Palen, John Breasted, JOHN BABCOCK.
V LtvlS, Esq.:: to say, that he is not a Candi- FOR LE.-A prime article 01 'CflttI.u14u public place a copy of this Monition, and to publish William Burgoyne, Leonard Appleby. no\233t_ :
: N. Y.. Butter by the said in some newspaper printed in this SAMUEL A LAWRENCE President. FOR RENT.-A front Office,' in store 'f -

pfor....... Mayor at the ensuing! election. dec21 NOURSE, STONE & CO., District at least ten days before the return day of JOSEPH B NONES, Vice President. ,!I:' ii Ko. 31 Water street-Up stairs. For fur.JiIther t
dec21 46 Water street. this writ, and by all other lawful means whatsoever LEWIS BENTON, Secretary. 4 apply toRAIMOND'
particulars:
; 1 Exchange.; -Checks at sight by which the same may be most notorious and CAPT SAM'L CAXDLER, Marine l Inspector. & SCOTT,
kZ Coffee for sale low
/COFFEE 20 Havana
and at Court to be held in the
be a
public to appear WILLIAM WELLS Fire
Jew York for sale by I :\1VHIGHT, : Surveyor. House.
Waverly ,
consiinm of nov23 3t
to close a : by city of Apalachicola on the twenty-seventh day -
4 No. 3 Columbu Block.
NOURSE, STONE & CO., December instant, and also to attend upon every subscriber, AGENT for the above Company AND JAVA COFFEE-
dec31 40 Water street. session or sessions specified until a definitive decree THE RIO
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Exchange.--D rafts on New. I or sentence shall be made rnd promulgated! : is now prepared to receive applicationsfor 200 bags Rio Coffee; ,

'arid Providence sight in to suit COfTOS.MPLE PAPER.-Of all sizes in said business, inclusively if any of them shall Marine, Inland transportation and Fire risks, 25 do Old Gov't Java do.
at sums by J C ALLEN think it their business so to do, to hear, abide by, For sale by '1
'*Men, for sale by T L MITCHEL, der4 cor of Commerce and Centre sts. arid perform all and singular such judicial acts as and to issue policies on reasonable terms. DODGE & GARDNER,

; tor3':) 37 Water street. are necessary and by law required to be done and STEPHEN T. SKILLMAN, dec21 40 Water street. 1
WANTED. good SIGN PAIN- and further to do and -
expedited in the premises, .
PAINTER 33 Water street.
.. Liberal advances made on find steady employment and good receive what unto law and justice appertains under ORN & POTATOES _

iments of Cotton to New York, Boston or wases, by applying to JAS GIBSON, the pain of the law and contempt thereof, the absence Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844. nov5 6m C SObushsComMeal; _
trpoot dec/2l Commerce street. and continuancy of them and each and every '50 do Sweet Potatoes; _
ty T SKILLMAN.
S and what W. G. 1!!. Davis,
$ of them in any wise notwithstanding! ; 50 bbls Chenango do;
33 Water street.g.The in boxes and hf buxs for sale by shall duly ATTORNEY AT LAW, i .
RAISINS soever you !shall do in the premises you 25 do Nova Scotia do, for sale by : i
: AVERY & JONES, certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the time and Office ia Capt.Simmon's Buildings, cor. of Centre E WHITMARSH, V. ....
J undersigned will make deC21 24 Water street. place aforesaid, together with these presents. and Commerce sts.-Up stairs. 29J Water street.NEW .
; rd Frances Cotton VigneJ to his friends Witness the Hon'le SAM'L, W. CARMACK, Judgeof (ocr Will continue, as usual, to practice law in dec21
; ers.Ti dale on& Borden fcon" New York. T'LOtJR.-l00 hbls fresh Flour, just received our said Court, this 13th day of December, A. the Superior Court; his duties as Judge of the GOODS per Barque Eliza. J

iI per schr Ashland, for sale by D.t 1341. GEO.: F. BALTZELL, County Court, does not interfere with his prac- :)() twilled Red Flannel Shirts; .
T.VOOD
WM. Clerk. _
dec21 C L LeBARON. 30 Water st. dec213t :
and Counsellor. nov30 Pants
of
c 33 Water street. tice as an Attorney 300 pairs Negro ; 1

bbls Whiskey; 75 do Flour; OFCO-PARTNERSHIP.- The 75; pair Satmett Pants; !: .. 1
DISSOLUTION INSPECTOR.- undersigned _
The
50 Cotton Shirts.:
heretofore existing un- twilled striped
LUMBER 200
subscribers are pre- 10 do Molasses, for ale by been appointed Iwpector of Lumberfor
i; of II HOYT & LAWRENCE 100 Check, Cotton and inen bosom do. ,
to der the name and style
make liberal advances on Cotton con- AVERY & JONES, the County of Franklin,: f*?* his services to
D tCfk to their friends: at Liverpool, Havre, New decSl_24 Water street. ," Carpenters, is this day dissolved by the public in that capacityVandvill attend to all For sale very low F by KOPMAN. :
said firm
Boston. "" mutual consent. All claims due by : are dec21 _
D B % said
VOOD&CO. duties to appointment.
appertaining
'or in HHDS New Orleans Sugar indebted to
and those -
; ,
to be presented
29 Water street. requested ocr Office corner Commerce and Forbes street. & IRON.-100 cks Nails; .
t ---_ JLU :5 do St. Croix do., for sale bv make to Ebenezar Hoyt, who will con NAILS
4 payment "JOHN LUCAS. assorted Swedes Iron;
tons
The subscribers continue AVERY & JONES, tinue the above business on his account the name
as Apalachicola, Oct. 15, 1844. o9 tfEGARS.Regalia 5 do do English do; ,1 :
dec2l 24 Water street.
of the firm to be used in liquidation only.
to( make advances Cotton sale V-
ordd' on consigned, EBENEZAR HOYT, Havana and Principe For byWM
of their in RIO COFFEE (Signed) C PORTER &CO.,
friends Liverpool, New bags ; C LAWRENCE. 0 For sale by AVERY & JONES
150 WM
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/Boston. CHAS. ROGERS .CO., 10 do Java, for sale by dec21 2m. dec7 24 Water! street. de21 41 Water. street.- J k _
1 17 Water street. dcc-21 AVERY &, JONES, 21 Water st. Apalachicola, Dec. 17, 1814 3 -

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A DIIY GOODS Win. II. Kimbrough & Co., I GROCERIES( ( Fitch & Wordin LEGAL NOTICES
COMMISSION: AND FORWARDINGMERCI.1NTS I DEALERS IN WATCHES, JEWELRY &c.
subscribers have received by late arri. I Wholesale and Retail.
THE HAVE receded their stock of
t from New York and Boston, in addi. No. 94 Water-street Apalachicola, Fla. : W JI .S. DA.HEREL 50 Water street, ia Goods, consisting; of Gold and Silver Apalachicola rii oM;

tion to their former stock a large and general ROUGH ; now receiving per Ship Florence, a stockof -] s. Levers, Duplex, Lepines and FRANKLIN COUNTY
KDI D. K.
undersigned to
: successors: Dodge, Compl't
of ,
assortment of Dry Goods consisting in part THE RIDGVVAY, will continue business in this Goods, embracing among others the following plain Watches; Gold Guard and Fob Chains; and
Negro Kersevs and Linseys ; articles which he offers at reasonable price: : Guard Keys Gold and Silver Spectacles; do Pencils In C
P city, at their old stand, uml r the abo'e.ntme. ; James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts "ancc-r,
8-4 and 9-4 Duffil Blankets ; Rio Coffee Fine Gold
extended ; Rings; do Broaches; Braceletts;
Thankful for the liberal patron'lgheretofore appearing the Court
10.4, 11.4 and 12.4 Whitney do; to us, wea: ain offer our services to our Sugar, West India and Refined Loaf; Bracelett Clasps; Medal ions; Miniature Cases; IT Master in Chancery in,this from the r

Super Cloths and Cassimeres ; friends, and by strict; attention and low charges, Northern Flour in bbls and half bbls ; Gold and Silver Thimbles; Sleeve and Collar That the following sums are due cai a POlnf.

Kentucky Jeans and Kerseymeres ; ,we hope to receive a full share of business: in our Buckwheat Meal in 8ths and quarters ; Buttons; Fancy Studs; Purses ; Head Ornaments; hereinafter mentioned, for the by the
White and Red Flannels; line. Mackerel in bbls, halves and quarters ; Shawl Pins; Velvet Recticules; Scissors ; Razors tofore called in, on their install t I
stock in H
Bleached Shirtings> and Sheetings; (jCh Advances will be made by J. J. Ruuway; in Newark Cider and Vinegar ; and Razor Strops; Cigar Cases; Snuff and Land and Apalachicola Lot Company the P N

I Brown Shirtings and Sheeting; Columbus:! Cotton consigned to us. Also the Cegars and Tobacco of various qualities ; Tobacco, Boxes; Fine Knives ; Tooth, Nail, Hair, tice is hereby given to the parties pubs

.1 Linen and Cotton Osnaburgs; usual advances made by us, on Cotton for ship- Snuff in bottles and bladders ; and Lather Brushes: Dressing Combs; Shaving to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse rr pecf!

'{ t Apron and Furniture Checks; ment. WM. H. KIM TROUGH, Pipe Fowls ; Sperm Candles and Oil ; Soap ; Steel Tweezers; Steel Keys and Chains: ; in said cau e, together with the interest, fT S IV,
.
Denims and Kremlins ; H. B. KIM BROUGH. Soap ; Cognac Brandy ; Holland Gin; Key Rings; Pocket Compasses, &c. from the first day of March, 1343,or their rt
:j 3.4, 7-8 and 4.4 Tickings and Stripes ; Apalachicola, Nov. 20. IS 14 nnv30 syrup and French Cordial' anti Wines ; FISHING TACKLE-Rod, Reeis, (a fine live shares will be sold at public '

)' \ English, French and American Prints ; Brandy ; Gin ; Rum ; Domestics ; article) Grass, Silk, and Fancy Lines, Hooks, cordance with a decree of the Court of i f -

j Cashmere d'Ecose; Mousseline de Laine ; Staple and Fancy Dry ( Joods!I Cheese; Butter ; Preserves; Pickles ; Snells and Flo.ats.: for the District aforesaid, to pay the Chi! ,
*
i, Merinos and Bombazines; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL' Spices East India Bagging: ; (K3-i N. B.-Particular attention paid to repairing amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wet.

i'"; t Super Black and figur'd Silks ; subscriber respectfully! uiveslotice, that Manilla and Kentucky Bale Rope .; WATCHES, CLOCKS, MUSIC BOXES day in December next to wit : Q

i f I Super Balzarines and Earlston Ginghams ; THE has REMOVED: his stock of Goods to Manilla and Ken'tucy Twine; and JEWELRY by JOHN L. FITCH, Daniel McDougal, principal and interest A

>, : ', Super Woolen Shawls and Fancy Hdkfs ; the new building!: cotner of Center and Commerce Kentucky Packing; Yarn ; Nails ; CHAS.( \v. WORDIN.cor March, 1843.. .. .. .. .. .. .... *cjg"Hudson >t
t. F I Silk and Cotton Hdkfs; streets, (known as: Capt. Simmon's Buildings; ,) Spikes ; Bar Iron and S.ccl: ; of Centre:. Water streets. A. Thornton, U V 33 1;:wl"
I Super Irish Linen Shirting; where he offers for sale at reducee prices, a large 'Smoothing Irons and Fire Dogs ; Apalachicola, Dec. 1st, IS,11. dec7 Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were Otj'

Diaper, Dowlas and Table Linen; and general assortment of fresh STAPLE and Waggon Boxen; Trace Chains ; ------- indebted on the same day and year' 9 ,

K, Plain and figur'd: Swiss Muslin ; FANCY GOODS, direct from New York, consisting Cotton Hoes ; Collins' Axes ; Tailoring: JohnD. Howell .. .. .. .. ... \ \ >;, :
'j Cambric, Jackonet and Checked Muslin ; in part of- Table pnd Pocket Cooler ; CO TERM.S-Co.sA on Delivery. 4JO By order of the Hon. Samuel W.'cam l
t Ladies' Hose and gents Half Hose; Black and colored Silks, Guns and Pistols ; Steel Pens ; Fall and Winter Fashions just received. Judge of the Superior Court of Franklinmarl.;

Sewing Silk and Spool Cotton ; AlUpaca, Alapeene and Shalla, Powder Shot Percusion Cap: ; E2 THE subscriber respectfully in the Apalachicola District of Florida.aunt'
I Casmerett and Muslin de Lane, ; ; informs the Citizens of
7. Apalachicola R. J.
Pins and Needles.
Thread, Tape, Glasses Coffee Mills MOSES
Flints Looking
;
Calicos of ; ;
new patterns and its that he
retail fa. vicinity, has Master in Chancm
Which they offer at wholesale or on Muslin Linen Shawls Globe and other Lamps '
Diaper, ; removed his TAILORING ES- Analarhicnla, August 19, 1544. J' '
1 tt vorable terms. Fringe: Laces, Gimps Fringe, Corsctts, Shingling Hatchets ; TABLISHMENT the
dec14VIJ LIA'I G PORTER & CO. Parasols, Ribbons, Cord?, Beads, Boots, Shoes, Brogans in great variety ; 'l to new Jackson Superior Court.
building ofCapt. Simmons, corner
,
9 j Silk ind Cotton Hose,
Crockery and Glass Ware, &c., &c. of Centre and Commerce street Elijah Robins, }
NEW GOODS And! a variety of other fancy articles. ,
Also-Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, Domestics, and is now prepared, on reasonable vs. > Attachment for SI 11081rTIHE
t I \VIiolesule and Retail Fashionable 't'ailoring. Catherine B. Loftin, }
Hats, Cap*, Toys, &cc.. r terms-to execute all orders
t, STEVENSON & CO. offer for sale, at their' To which additional supplies will occasionally subscriber, having just arrived from New -- in his line business, in the latest Defendant and all others interested':

} J* old stand, the most extensive and general received during the business season, all of which THE with a splendid stock of Cloths, Cas- and most fashionable styles, and warranted to fit. JL notified of the institution of this suit b y '

r assortment of Goods they have ever before had in will be sold at-a small advance, for cah. simeres, Vesting! &c., of the most fashionable N. B.-Bovs Garments particularly attended to. tachment returnable to the next Spring term
this market. They respectfully invite their nova tf N. SEYMOUR.: styles, which he i is prepared to make ujvin the JAS. C. COLEMAN. the Superior Court of Jackson county. If

a friends, country merchants, and the public generally I.-N most fashionable manner, and at such prices that Apalachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. 07 tf see fit to do so, they may plead to the dechr '
r 1 to give their stock an examination before W GOODS will give satisfaction to his customers. The business filed in said case. A H BUSH, Pl'tfc Al ',

purchasing elsewhere. This stock consists in Wholesale and Ketail. will be under the entire management of Blacksmitliiiig, &c. Marianna, Nov. 2Sth, IS 14. det;

i part of, viz: WM. C. LAWRENCE, who is i well known as a THE subscriber respectfully informs U S Marshal Sale.
t ) c Super black French Cloths, ELLISON & CO., No. 33 Water street, that is fully competent to suit the taste of the citizens of Apalachicola
j 1' Medium, black, blue and invisible green do, B I offer for"al(>, a fresh stock of well selected the person most fastidious; from his long experience in and its vicinity, that he has erect BY virtue of three writs of fi. fa. issued f'rtt
t : the Court for
Franklin
!
French and English Cassimeres Superior ,
black County".
Super GOODS, suitable for this Market whichare first G ed Commerce in the of
; among this business. I shall continue to keep a on ( rear
do
Do fancy and Doeskin District of Apalachicola in favor of John l Hardi
V ,. 34 and'6-4 Tweeds and Beaver Cloths, the following : rate assortment of Goods for Garments, together No. 2-2 Water) street, a BLACKSMITH'S Benito. T Caro and Isaac S Jaqnes, against ft;
'r Super Silk, Satin and Plaid Velvet Vestings, Groceries of all descriptions ; with an assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs; SHOP, where he is pre- Southern Life Insurance and Trust
de and :Mouslin de Laines Brown and Bleached Domestics ward pared to execute with neatness and Company
Rich Cashmere Cosse ; Shirts, Stocks, &.c", to tit out a gentleman's despatch directed, the former 'i
4 Rich plaid and figured Silks, black Lustring and Latest styles of Printed Calicoes; robe, andshall use every exertion i to give satisfaction and on the most reasonable terms, all work in his me comply with the( terms of purchaser sale,) Ishall having &j!
I Senshaw do. Scarlet and White! Flannels ; that will make it an inducement tor those line of business, entrusted to his care.RICHARD again
; for sale at public outcry at the Court House 1\ao\
Black and fig'd Alpaca, Merino and Balzarines, Flannels 6.4 PARKER.
Cantoi ; Sheeting ; with their custom to continue to
and rich Cashmere de Cosse Prints favoring me in the city of Apalachicola, on the first Mona
Chusans ;
'J ; Mouslin de Lames ; Irish Linen ; do so. R. STEEXBERGH.Apalachicola Apalachicola, Oct 1'Jth, 1841-3m
f Fine Earlston and :Manchester Ginghams, in January next, within the usual hours nt saf!
Swiss Plaid, Lace and Book Muslins Swiss Muslin and Cambric Checks ; Oct. 20( IS 11. bidder for cash,
't Jackonett, Boot and Shoe Making- to the highest fractional lot J""
( I I Cambric, fig'd nett, fi'd cap, and other do, Gimp Edging:, assort'd colors ; Gloves; &c. THE subscriber returned from I 9, in Block D. front range in the city of Apalae:
l Thread Laie, Thread Edging, Bobbins do, Tapes, Merino Undershirts and Drawers ; Ship Chandlery, having icola, together with the buildings and .
; New York, with and well aporft.na"nces
a large se-
# &c. &c. White and striped Shirts WOOD 23 Water street offers for ;
Hosiery A. ,
; ; ,
thereon < the
a* property of the Souther
Lisle Lace and Edging, black Silk and Cotton W t &iJlected stock leather of all kinds, is
l French Lace Muslins .
t Dimity ; ; saleCordage Life Insurance and Trust Company to :
; Lace &c. &c. now prepared af his old Stand on Ches- satisfy sa
't Scotch and Russia Diapers,Crash and Hhuckaback English :and French Ginghams ; Blocks, Oars, Oakum, i nut street, near Commerce, to attend to the above claim. R MYERS, Marshal.
II df Napkins, Table and Toilet Covers, Damask Table Cloths and Napkins ; Ringing Leather, Pump do.- Hooks, business in all its various branches. French Calf Apalachicola, Nov. 26, 1S44. novUOlmADMINISTRATOR'S /

.t t Also-A large assortment of Domestic Goods, 3-4 Scotch and Russia Diaper ; Thimbles, Handspikes, C-pstain Bars, Skin Boots and Shoes made to order in the most
to 5 4 Brown Home "puns. Superior Ticks;Cloths and Cassimeres; Sewing Mallets, Marline Spikes, fashionable style. NOTICES,

'! Bleached Sheeting and 5-4 to 124 sheeting, Osna- Fancy Vestings; Soaps and Perfumery; Can, Boat, Box, Bale and Fish Hooks, OCr- He has also on hand a supply of French

..l 1 Twill'd burgs, Jeans, Shirting Stripes, Satinetts, Ken Shell, Horn and Ivory Combs; Hand Pumps!!, Deck Buckets, Gaiter Boots, Call Skin Shoes and Slippers,whichhe N.OTI CE.-Six weeks after date, I shall ajrfj:
Fine Silk and Nutria Hats ; Draw do, Cedar do., Tin Funnels, offers for sale low if lower
tucky Jeans, 4 : as not than any to the Honorable G M Davis, Judge;!
t i" Negro Kerseys, Linseys, 9-4 to 12-4 Whitney Silk, Velvet and Cloth Caps ; Iron Shovels, Scrub Brushes, Mops, other house in the city. the County Court of Franklin county, for le&n

J t I Blankets, Hair Seal and Sealetl Caps ; Hickory! Luch and Corn Brooms, nov2-3 THOMAS: CLARK. of administration on fhe estate of Latham Biij

; t t 9-4 to 124 white Massachusetts Quilts, Mosquito Kip Brogans ; Russet do ; Signal and Horn Lanterns, Scrapers, cock, late of said county, deeNasEd. _
1'r'l Netting, tec. &c. Boy's sewed and pegged Brogans ; Caulking: Irons, Making Irons, Drugs and Jedicines.THE JAMES A ABORN.
: Also-An assortment of Hats and Caps,
I Ladies' fine Kid and Calf Shoes Fish Line Parsline
Axchanncll's ,
; Ashland, Sporting, Cassimere, Russia, Rabbit and ; subscriber ha, and will Apalachicola, Nov. 26th, 1S44 nov306w
!; g Gent's fine and coarse Boots ; Nails cut, Scupper do., Copper do., constantly have, on hand,
J other kinds. a complete
*. i'l Cloth and Glazed Caps, Boys and Children's fancy A full assort of table and pocket Cutlery; Pump' Tacks, Screws, Tai, Pitch, assortment of DRUG and MEDICINES .: NOTICE.-Six weeks after date, I! sh?1I app'

4 ,' Caps. Feather Fly Dusters ; Green Blinds ; Turpentine, Oils, Augers, Gimblets, which he will warrant l pure Wm. G. M. Davis, Jcdrei I
. Also-An assortment of Boots and Shoes, coarse Hi rap and Cotton Seine Twine } Hooks and Staples, F les, Gridirons, and of the best quality. Country the County Court of Franklin coui.ty. fir petrol
s Brogans, Mens' lined and bound do Looking Glasses assorted of administration on the estate of Donald Campbell
; Caulking :Mallets, Chalk, Tormentors, Merchants and Planters will find it
1 Gents tine Calf sew'd and other BootsLadies \V"odVare of all descriptions' Ooffee and Mills Cork Screws; to their late of said county, deceased.
; Pepper advantage: to call, examine and price his
fine Kid Walking Shoes Gaiters
Slips,
WILLIAM ARCHER.
A.
Crockery and Glass Ware ; Dust ...t.J r11.uo rushes Coffee Put Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.N. .
&c. .
Buskins &c.
NOV. nr96w
il'nJQy 7th. i.vt '
.APQhl'l
Together witha'great variety of Fancy Articles: Transparent Window Shades ; Bellows, TaM : and Tea Spmins, Physician's prescriptions put up with
such as Ladies' Fancy Work Baskets and Boxes: Saddles, Bridles and Saddle Bags ; Knives and Forks, Carving: di.., care and accuracy at any hour of the claw or night NOTICE.-Six weeks: after date, I shallapp

Hair Brushes, fancy Soaps,extra German Cologne, Tin Ware of all descriptions. Dishes, Mugs, Basin, Lamp Feeders, J ALLEN, Honorable Judge 'f the C"'Unt!.C Gold and Silver.Pencils'lortoise Shell, Tucking Together with the above, and variety of other Candles, Tea Canisters, Dust Pans, decl I cor of Centre and Commerce sts of Franklin county, for letters of administrate
and Side Combs, Ridding Buffalo and other do, articles too numerous to mention. Merchants Russia, English and American Duck, nn the estate of Carlton M. Evans deceased
Ladies' Silk Purses, Hair Pins, Artificial Flowers, and planters from the country are invited to chill Raven's do. Axes, Compasses, SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS FRANCIS L. MARSHALL

I Bonnet Caps, &c. &c., with a great many other and examinebefore purchasingelsewhere. nov23 Sewing, Seine and Sail Twine, lust received a large and general assortment Analarliicola, Nov. llth, 1SJ4. n66!
in establishment
I articles usually kept a dry goods of the following articles
I i" all of which will be sold upon the most pleasing New and 1 Fashionable Goods, Marline, Sheaths and Belts, L.Ad1C3 Saddles:) ( of various kinds and qualities:- ; OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall ar:!
terms for cash or city acceptance. Sail, Bagging and Sewing Needles! oUt
Gents do to the lion.V. G. M. Davis, Judse ;
Nov. 16, 18-1-1. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! Lead Red Lead Black Paint do do do.
Apalachicola, White ,
Court of Franklin for letters'
Coach Harness brass and silver mounted County county, ]
subscriber begs leave to call the attention ;
THE Yellow Ochre, Verdigris, Putty, administration the of David D.Churchll
estate
\ Hardware Tinware &c. his customers, and country merchants, to Sulkey do do do do. on
,
Paint and Tar Brushes Varnish,
,
an extensive: assortment of GOODS, which he ha and Harness late of said county, deceased.;
Dray
T> 0BERTS, ALLEN & CO., Commerce st., just received from New York, which he oilers at Dividers! Pen Knives:' Log Books, Wagon ALSO, ; BENJAMIN ELLISON.

Jlv between Chesnut and Cherry sts., are receiving the lowest market prices, and on the most reasonable Log Slates and Pmcils, hand Line, Dray Saddle, Coll-irs, Line, Harness, Britrh- Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1S44. nov56ir
and have in Store, Goods in part as follows: : terms-among which will be fond the following Paper and Quils Ink, Tin Ware,
HARD -Carpenter's, Walkers Improved :- Sea Lines, Hand Leads en, Belly Band*, Flame Straps, Circingles, Girt, OTiCE.-Sit; months after date I willap'jto
Deep Crockery, N
t and S S Rim Locks, assorted sizes: Calicos, of all descriptions, Sea Leads Yeast Powders Martingales, Whips, Curb, :Snaffle; and Dray the Hon Judge of the County Court t 11
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Deep ,
f Stock Locks all sizes: Crape de Laines, Bridles, which he offers for sale at reduced pricesfor Fran' lin County, for letters "dismission on (!|
I Trunk' Chest and Till Locks Cashmere de Ecosse Jack Screws, Spunyarn, CASH ONLY PETER
Desk, : ROBERT Mat* of William Worriker, scnr., late of si
Knobs and Norfolk Latches: Screws: Hosiery, of all descriptions, Packing Yarn. nov30 nov23 4.2 Water street-Up stairs. deceased.WILLIAM.
Butts and Strap Hinges: Blind Trimmings: Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs, county WORRIKER Jr.dm'r..
i.I' Shutter and Door Bolts: Tacks and Brads: Flannels, Apron Checks, Cabinet Furniture, &c. JTRON".-40 tons, comprising: : a complete assortment ,
,. 1 Files i round and flat, all sizes: Mill Saw do: Bleached and Brown Sheetings, _L of flat, round and Swedes and Apalarhicob, Dec-10,1844. d 'cl46n
square
ROBERT No. 42 Water street stairs
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-Up
t Carpenter's and Blacksmiths Tools: : Umbrellas and Shades, P ; shallappl<
Iron from -':'ix months after date 1
English Tarolinta. .
landing ship -
: I American and English X cut and Mill Saws: Mitts, Gloves, CIfJsc.: &c.Over having just received an assortment of Furniture NOTICE Court
For sale J DAY lIon. of the County
by & CO. Judge
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Wro't and Cut Nails and Spikes: Dress and Frock Coats, consisting of: fa
1 Horse Nails: Table Cuttlery: Cassimere and Satinett Pants, Sofas, Sideboards and Be.iureaus; nov30 52 Water street. Jickson county, for letters of dismission from ;
I I Pen and Jack Knives: Cook's and Butcher's do: Silk and Fancy Vests, Tables, Secretary's and Bookcases ; ---- administration on the estate of Sampson Pope,

:1 Tea and hand Bells: Castors: Candlesticks : Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Shirts, Wardrobes, Washstands and Bedsteads; 20 BBLS Albany Ale; 2o do Cider; late of said county deceased
BritaniaTea and Coffee Pots: Spoons: Negro Pants, Jackets, tec. &c.Caltj : Pier and Centre and 25: boxes Champafgne do SARAH H POPE, Adm'x
Dressing folding
i i; Ladles: Lamps: Spittoons, &c: Seal and Water Proof Boots, Card Tables 8 bbls Wolsey and Wolsey's Sugar; Jackson County, July 26, 1844.NOTICE. a3-6
TIN WARE-Plain and Japanned a general as- Calf, Kip and Russett Brograns, ; :5 boxes do do do
tortment, wholesale and retail : Ladies' fine, col'd and black Kid Slippers, Curl'd Maple fancy and Windsor Chairs ; 20 boxes Codfish ; 3 casks:: London Porter ; .-All persons having claims agair51
CASTINGS-Hollow Ware: Walking Shoes, Mahogany spring seat Rocking Chairs; 10 boxes Tobacco; :5: tierces Rice; ROGERS, late of Franklin counlt./
Cook and Parlour Stoves: "col'd and bl'k Gaiter Boots, Curl'd maple do, with cane back and seat; 50 boxes Sperm Candles; ;5 chests Tea. deceased, are requested to present the same duI!
Sugar Kettles and Mills: Variety of Misses and Childrens' Shoes and Boston: and Fancy Rocking hair:1.Also For sale by \V A WOOD, authenticated, within the timePrescribedkvlaa
Cauldron Kettles 30 to 150 gallons: Bootees. a large assortment: of splendid Mahoganyand in bar of their recovery -
nov3J.( 23 Water street. or this notice will be plead
Plough Points: : Sad Irons, &c: Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats,
Gilt frame LOOKING GLASSES: all of said estate"
and all j indebted to
IRON AND STEEL-German Blis- ; persons
I English, Hunting Hats, which he offers for sale low, for Cash. in for sale low to close
ter and Cast :Steel: : Caps of all descriptions. very SALT store a consign: requested to make immediate payment
P Square Apahchicola, Nov. 30, 1S41. by NOURSE, STONE &, CO. Administrator-
v : round and flat English, American, and Superior Black Cloth, B T CA RO,
Swedish Iron: Cassimeres and Tweeds, dec14 46 Water street. Apalachicola, Nov. 20th, 1S44. n236 r-
i J Sheet ahd Boiler Iron: Black Satin i Vestings. Stationery, Cutlery &c. .
1 SHIP CHANDLERY-Manilla Cordage 2 to Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery. WHISKEY.: bbls Rectified Whiskey, .-All persons having claims aga"t d
e
NOTICE
i 6 inch: Together with a variety of other Goods too numerous A GENERAL assortment of Blank Books, Ashland, for sale by Jackson, late of Jackson County,
.i Tarred Rope Russia! and American: to mention, all bf which he will sell as Stationery, Cutlery t Perfutnary, Fancy dec14 C L LeBARQN. 30) Water st. ceased, are required to present the same dulyae
: J Kentucky and Russia Packing Yarn: low as any other establishment in this city. He Goods, &c., &c., among which are the following : thenticated, to the subscribers, within tdi
( j J Rigging and Pump Leather: Hand Spikes: respectfully invites you to call and examine for Wrili g, Letter and Account Paper ;. HAY for sale low, to close a consignment, by prescribed by law or this notice will.be PjJJ
II I Anchors: Hooks and Thimbles: yourselves, and he is satisfied that he can offer Envelope, Note and Wrapping Paper ; NOURSE, STONE &. CO., bar of their All persons Jnd t
and Cotton !
Can Hooks recovery.
,# : Shives such inducements that will insure him a share of Ledgers Journals decM -1G Water street. immediate *F
$ Bush'd and common Blocks: Pump Boxes: ; ; said estate are requested to make
t( I'M Brooms: Buckets: Pitch: Tar and Oakum: your patronage. FRANCIS KOPMAN, Cash, Invoice and Day Books ; JUST received-1000 (hrs Men's Kip Brogans; tlement.. HENRY JACKSON, ) Adm'r90(

Rosin: Paints: Oils, &:c. Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings. Quills ; Ink and Inkstands ; prs Russett Brogans, for Negroes; STEPHEN JACKSON fl I
We continue the manufactory of !Tin, Iron and Apalachicola, Nov. I, 1844_ Bills Lading andIanifesls ; 500 do Heavy Kip, (unbound) for do. Jackson County, Oct. 26,1844. o26 o'
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'k" = Copper. Roofing: done in Tin orCopper rbiacksmithing Memorandum Books ; Almanacs ; For sale by F KOPMAN, -
as usual all on moderate terms for cash. TOBACCO.-4 boxs' Myer's aromatic Tobacco; Wafers; Sealing; Wax ;fInk Powder dec14 Chestnut street, near Water. & IRON 50 casks Nails ;
Apalachicola, Nov. 22, 1844. Honey Dew ; NAILS
Spelling Bonks ; Dictionaries ; tons Iron, for sale by
HALF hbls Fulton Market Beef; 6 do Carmo's do do; Geographies and Atlssses T UMBERT-White Pine, planned, tongued WY LIE & McKENZiE.
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/ 50 50 bbls Prime do; 50 doz Mrs. Miller's fine cut Chewing do; Books and Bibles _LJ and groved, tor sale byNOURSE 4 Water d.
Prayer ; nov30
J 50 do Mess do; 25 doz & 251bs Smoking do. Pocket STONE & CO., 2 COD-
Annuals fur 1845 KnivesVaUs' ''
i For sale by W A WOOD For sale by E WHITMARSH, \ and Methodist; ; # dec14 46 Water street. CANDLE S.-JlIst. receiveford on SPA<
t Hymns ; SPERM
I .
I nov30 29j Water street. 100 boxes
Water ,
i nov30 23 street.
\ I Playing Cards all qualities ; FLOUR.-Wo" fresh Flour, just received sale low for cash, by
for
Candles
i I J WINDOW GLASS.-JusF received 75 boxs 70 nnn SPANISH SEGARS; Gold and Silver Pencil Cases ; for sale by \Vl\I T WOOD

Glass of the following. sizes- ,UUU 150 sacks Rio Coffee; Ivory and Shell Combs ; dec14 C L LeBARON, 30 Water st. 33 Water ,street-Up
1 t 13 by 22 12bylb lObyl4 100 sacks Havana do; Blacking and Brushes ; nov30

; 14 20 12 15 10 u 12 10 boxes Sweet Meats, assorted; Lead: Pencils and Pencil Points ; C ONFECTIONARYA few boxes of R L &. .-2 bbls Sugar Cured Hams ,

t 12 18 11 16 8 10 50 do Claret ,Wine; Fish Hooks and Lines ; A Stuart's Sream Refined Candy, for sale byJ HAl\I For sale by E B WH1TMAR5H tr et

) Together with an assortment of smaller sizes, White Havana, Sugar; Brown do; Razors and Straps ; Shaving Brushes ALLEN, dec14 291 Water
New,OrlRnli dec14 cor of Centre and Commerce sts.HARDVARE.l0 .
which will be sold very low byJAS doj; Hair, Cloth and Teeth Brushes ; RICK--For sale by
ALLEN, New OrleansMolasses; Steel Pens tons Hollow Ware STONE & CO.F
i Centre and 400 sacks salt? c.;&c., for sale ; Colognes ; ; 1VOURSE,
it: dec14 cor Commerce sts. by Soaps and Hair Oils ; Shovels; dec14 46 Water sir .
C "
L LeBARON
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NAVY BREAD; dec Lamp Glasses and Wicks ; 5 casks Hoes; 10 Anvils and Vices; received ppr
.25"BBLS 30 Water street. 20 pair Blacksmith's Bellows -60 kegs Lard gRQNi.
15 do Pilot Bread; Pocket Books and Wallets ; ; LARD
10 hf bbls Butter Crackers; C' HEESE.-35 box Cheese: Port Folios ; Backgammon Boards ; 10 cases Cotton and Woolen Cards. for sale by C 3O"\Va ter sb

S do Sugar do; For sale by E WHITMARSH, Silver and Steel Spectacles ; For sale byVM G PORTER &, CO., dee14 .

SIn bbls Peca.Q Nuts; novSO_29j 'Water street. Silk and Cotton Purses ; dec14 41 Water street. B.UCK\VHEA.-15 boxes Buckwhest;

10 do Dried Apples, for sale byE HAY-120 bales landing from ship Element Music Boxes, &c., <&c. IL.-4 cks Sperm Oil. 20 qr. and 10 l-Stbs bbls ao. .JON

t WhITMARSH, sale by D B WOOD &, CO., For sale at reduced prices by O For sale byVYLIE & McKENZIE For sale by AVERY Water* $tree .

declt 'Py Wahrr street.4I' tlcc; :29 Water :street. dec7 B. S. HAWLEY. nov30 42 Water street. nov30 -1

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