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VOLUME II.] APALACHCOLA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1844. [NUMBER 53.
VOLUME Ii.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1844. [NUMBER 53.


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
PUBLISHED SATURDAYS
BY
a. A. JM@S S [ &9LW7
'O.ice third story Baltzell's Buildings, corner 6f
Commerce & Chestn(ut streets,
AT THREE DOLLARS, PER ANNUM',
PATABLE IN A15VACE-.

CARDh.

B. Illison & bo.,
DEALERS IN MISCELLANEOUS GOODS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 33 Water street,
decl ly Apalachicola, Fla.
Wm. G. Pdrtnr & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street,
oct26 ly A.palachicola, Fla.
Charles L. L#%ar6n,
WHOLESALE GROCER
and
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 30 Water street,
nov23 Alalachicola, Fla.
WM. W. SIMS. WMW.. CuEviE.
Sims & Che4Vdi
COMMI 3 ON M E R C ANT S
03- Office, No. 6 Colimbus Buildings,
decl4 ApataIhicola, FlA.
'T. J. SANFORD. M. M. Bb..


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Sanfdid & Bdtt
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 Columbus BaildAings,
ecet Apalachicola, Fla.


Wma Ti L'odd,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 33 Water street,
nov23 Apalachicola, Fla.
itAS. A. GREEN, CRAS. H. CONNERY.
Grcen & oistury,
COMMISSION. MERCHANTS,
No. 28 Water street;
o14 ly Apalachicola, Fla.
WM. CHrs'TER. EPjALY McGwREv.
Chester & c tcGrllff
COMMISSION MERCHANTS-,
No. 50 Water street.
novel6 Apalachicola, Fla.
W. A. Wood,
COMMISSION, FORWARDING MERCHANT;
AND SHIP CHANDLER,
No. 23 Water street,
sep30 Analachicola, Fa,.
Avery & Jones,
WHOLES ALDR GROCERS.
No. 24 Water street.
nov23 Aralachicola, Fla.
Samuel Sehif''r.
WHOLESALE AND RE IAIL GROCER,
0:1- Particular attention pdAi to pitting up family.
steamboat a.i.d ship st6oes.
No. 49 WAtei street;
dec21 ... Apal6chicola, Fla..
Fitct & '*ordid
DEALERS IN WATCH LES, JEWELRY, &c.,
also, SILVERIan PLATED WARE,
FANCY GddDS, &c., &c.
fk- Store corner of Water and Centre streets.
.ec7 Apalachicola, Fla.
B. S. 1 tiley;
WHOLESALE AND RrTAIL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c.; &c.
cor. of Chestnut and Commerce street,
dec7 Apalachicota, FIa.
S. B. Hamiltodi
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c., &c.,
No. 47 Water street,
deci Apalachicola, F1h4.
J. C. Alien,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
A general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONARY, &c., &c.
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
E. B. Thitnlarshl,
(formerly Whitmarsh 4S Richardson,)
Dealer idi
W. I. GOODS, GROCERIES, CONFECTION-
ARY, VEGETABLES; &c.o &c.;
No.; -S Wafer street;
novl6 Apalac holt; Fla.


Mlichlitel A. Mye'f,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION'
MERCHANT.
No. 30 Water street,
)v5 Apalachicola; Fla.


L. W. Spratt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW;
pO. Office, No. 45 Water street-Up stairs.
entrancee oh Chestnut street.)
Apalachicola, Fla.
fy. Will practice in the Courts of the Apalachi.
tola District, the Courts of Gadsden and Leon
counties, Middle District, and the Court of Appeals
it Tallahassee. dec21
W. 0. *X. Davis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
office in Capt. Simmon's Buildings, cor. of Centre
.anid Commerce sts.-Up stairs.
0y- Will continue, as usual, to practice law
in the Superior Court; his duties as Judge of the
County Court, does not interfere with his practice
Is an Attorney and Counsellor. nov30
Gee. S. HI-wkins,
ATTORNEY & COUN3ELLOR AT LAW,
0- Office-Up stairs,
No. 1 Columbus Block, Water street,
iBov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
A* 0. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
03 Office, .o. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
tinv5 Apalachicdla, Fla.


CARDS.

JEREMIAfi ibY. DANIEL '5. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also, agentss for the
GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST CO.,
and
"(ETNX INSURANCE" and "PROTECTION
INSURANCE" COMPANIES,
of Hartford,, Conn.,
No. 52 Water street,
nov5 Apalachicolk, Fla.
B. F. Nourse, H. B. St6ie, H. W. Brooks,
N6urse, Stdie & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTrS,
also, .Agents for the
CONTRIBUTIONSHIP FIRE INSURANCE
Company, of N'ew York,
No. 46 Water street,
novel A.)alachicola, Fla.
Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
Agents for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of .New York,
N'6. 51 Water street,
novw Apalachicola, Fla.


Steplien T. Akillmafi;
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
also,
Agent fi the
CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE CO
of the City of.New York.
No. 33 Water street-Up stairs'.
nov5 Apalachicola; Fla.


1tcKay & itartshorun;
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
oct26 Apalachicola, Florida.
*. A. & a i C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ffce, No. 4 Coldmbus Buildings,
oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.


0. B. WVodd & Cot;
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 29 Water street.
nov5 Apalachidoli, Fla.
Wm. H. Kinibrough, H. B. Kimbrough.
Win. H. Kimbiough & Co.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
Office; No. 25, Water street-Uj stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla.
ft- Liberal advances or cotton consigned to
their friends in New York; Boston, Liverpool or
Havre. oct26
Bcnj gamini ,Satei,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 32 Water street-Up stairs,
nov3d Apalachicola, Fla.


Charles Rogers.


John Muna.


Chas. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WVIater street,
ioV30 Apalachicola, Fla.


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Locklidt & Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANT S,
No. 53 Water street,
nidv0 A )alachicola, Fla.


Ls. Fi6d. E. Dugas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
io. 30 Water street, Apalachicola, Fa.
C,-Will make liber il advances on consigndfients
of Cotton to his friends in Liverpool, Havre, Mar-
seilles, New York or Charleston. noi23
T; H. & C. H. Austini
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
Office, No. 43 Water street-Up stairs.
Apalachicola, Fla.
3- Liberal advances made on Cotton, consigned
to our friends in New York. nov16
Jagi F. Farrior,
GE -ERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING, &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 9 Columbus Block.
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.


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Thd4. L. itehel,
RECEIVING; FORWARDING, AN
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No: 37 Water street,
nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.


Wylie & IMcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nb': 42 Water street,
Apalachicola.


, sepl ly


ALVA WYLIE,
Wbt A. McKENZIE,)


'Elhoidas Preston,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING -.
.MER.C iANT.
office, No: 32 Watdr& street-up stairs.
ocf 96m Apalachicdla, Fla.

JOEL' V. PERiY. WM. C. DicItNSON.
Perr'y & Iackinsoli
COMMISSION MERCHIAN-TS,
No. 42 Water street-Up stai's,;
nov5 Apalachicola; Fla.
John II. Hull,
of the late firm of
4,V. .4. Hardee & Co., Savannah, Ga.]
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Office, No. 49 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 Wa.tr street,
decl8 Apalaehicola, Fla.


CARDS.


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


.No. 136 Water SO80 Pine street.
NEW YORK,
PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.
T. E. Lindenberger & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 5 Canal street Row,
N"W ORLEANS.
Win. H. Brodie; 1
D. P. Hogue,
R. T. Birchett,
T. E. Lindenberger, nov23 6m
~L. Hodges, J. S. Davis.
Davit & Hodges,
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
Xo. 40 Poydras street, .New Orleans.
0- Refers to-Jas F Farrior, Apalachicola, Fla.
Thontas Bertram,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 Common street.
NEW ORLEANS. novel ly
Andrew S. Cooke,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 5 Canal; cor. Tchoupitoulas st.
New Orleans, La.
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,
janl5 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla.


Edw'd. C. Center & Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.Mobile, Ala.
(- Collections and Remittances promptly at
tended to.
Refers to-Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne,
6ct26 6m Apalichicola, Fla.


SHIPARD T. LIPPINCOTT, WM. H. WYATT.
Lilppincott & Wyatt,

GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS;
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st.,
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly


J. 1W Woodland & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS;
No. 18 Commerce street,
New Orleans, La. novel ly


Jas. L. Francis;
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER
No. 2261 Bowery, ear Rivington st.
NEW ORK. novel ly


Newu York, New Orleans and Miscellaneous
ADVERTISEMENTS.

PRINT WAREHOUSE
IN NEW YORK
TV supply the City, Southern and Interior trade
by1 the Piece or Package.
No. 44 t'edar street, near William.
L EE & a1REWSTER give notice to
Dealers in DRY GOODS, that they have re-
moved their WAREHOUSE for PRINTED
CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Pearl, to
No. 44 Cedia street. By confining their attention
to PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., ate enabled
to exhibit an assortment far suppassing any ever
before offered in America; and to sell at prices as
low, and generally lower, than those whose at-
tention is divided among a large variety of articles.
The stock consists of several thousand patterns
and colors, embracing every variety of AMER-
ICAN AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market;
many styles of which ate got up exclusively for
their own sales, and cannot be obtained else.
where, except in second hands.
Dealers in Prints will find it to their interest
to catl and examine this stock, before making
purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they will
have the advantage of learning the lowest market
price, and coihparing all the most desirable and
fashionable styles in market, side by side.
QC- Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every
variation of the market, are placed in the hands
of buyers. oct7 tfn


"BLUE STORES'-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS
Thds. I Doyle & fo.
SHIP CEIANDLERS & GROCERS,
Ndos 2 & 4 Delord street, cornel of Front Levee,
and at No. 20 Natchez' street,
N. ORLEANS.

01- WHOLESALE-AND RETAIL DEAL-
ERS in Paints; Oils, Varnishes, Tdi'pentine and
Window Glass; &c. Will keep constantly on
hand, a good assortment; of the above as follows:
WHITE LEAp-Pure Extra, Nos; 1 and 2;
White and Red' Lead; dry; Venetian Red;
Yellow and diford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;,
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black.;
Gr'en and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow' and Orange do;.
FINE COLORS: :-Ultamarine and Cobalt;
Yellow Lake ankd Crimson do;
Drop do. and Arlwerp Blue; Indian Red;
Chinese Vermifflon; English do;
Vandyke Brown'i Turkery,Umbre;
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald: and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. bolted;
Spirit Turpentine'; Sperm Oil;
Paint I~ushes fr6 No. f to 6,000,000;
Varnish do. of a sizes;
Sash Tobis from No. 1 to' 8; Badger I~d~;
Artists' Sable FiI'hers, flat and rbund;'
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 1j and 1, if long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat';'
Scrubing and Shoe brushes;
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patert'do;
Whitewash and M-p 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.
0O- Mixed Paints of all colors, for Steam Boats,
Shipping and Plantation, use; together with a
variety of articles in the Painting line, too numit
erous to menti.n. ~ ly


From the Am'erican republican.


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by one much wiser than the writer, that all
men who have risen to high stations in the moral
and religious world, and have been benefactors to
their county, have been blessed' with excellent
mothers."

.4 Pleasing Incident.-An English paper gives
the following account of a pleasing ificident which
had occurred, a short time before at a village in
that kingdom, called D1)odleston. A marriage
was to take place between the eldest daughter of
the Village Pastor, and a worthy youn clergy.
man; and as all parties were much beloved by
the villagers, they determined upon doing some.
thing handsome to mark the occasion. The pa.
per says:
By the dawning of the happy morn, every
approach to the:.village, to the parsqhage, to the
church, rare teiti'ony to the cxertlons, to the


WHAT A PITY IT IS HE DRINKS.
Do you know the nice young man,
That lives across the way !
The accomplished lady, Jul.a Van,
He's courting now they say:
Yes, he's ahoble fellow,
So every body think s,
But then he will get mellow,
What a pity it is he drinks!
He's a man of gifted mind,
His heart's an earthly Heav'n;
And every feeling is refined.
That God to him has giv'n;
No intellect is quicker,
In every thing he thinks;
But ah! he loves the liquor,
What a pity it is he drinks!
I ~'a told that Julia now,
Is jealous of ,the youth;
NV"t jealous of his solemn vow,
For he's a man of truth;
But jealous of his throttle,
For every body thinks
He loves the brandy bottle,
What a pity it is he drinks!
He's a very moral man,
And honest too they say;
He's very generous when he can
Give any thing away ;
But then at church he's noddy,
And every person tHinks
He takes too much of toddy,
What a pity it is he drinks!
Tho' fair Julia seeks her glass,
To view her sparkling eyes;
That every gay and lovely lass
Is pleased to recognize ;
He is condemn'd by lAsses,
With many winks and blinks;
Because he's fond of glasses,
What a pity it is he drinks!
But tho' he's a nice young man,
So full of life and joy;
'Tis whisper'd that old Miser Van
Don't like the favor'd boy;
And why '.-be still, you'll hear it,-
Because the old man thinks
He is to full of SPIRIT,
What a pity it is he drinks!
THE DUTY OF MOTHERS:
Train up a child in the way he should go, and
when he is old he will not depart from it."
[ Solomon.
Solomon, though he lived in a heathen age,
said many 6ood things that would be worthy of
praise in philosophers and moralists of the pre-
sent time; and if some of his wise maxim were
better understood and practised by people general-
ly, the state of society wobhld become much better
than what it now is. Especially, if patents would
pay more regard to them in bringing up their
children-in cultivating their young and tender
minds, many would be spared the shame and dis-
grace of seeing them grow up around them, a
curse to themselves, and a dishonor to society.
The responsibility resting upon parents in the
education of their children is one otf great consid-
eration; and the writer has long desired to see
something upon the subject from some pen better
qualified to do it justice than his own. But as
this desire has not been gratified, and feeling as I
do a deep interest in the welfare 6f society, and
especially in the happiness of the young, I have
thought proper, if it will not be considered egoti-
stical in one so inexperienced, to pen down a few
thoughts tbr the public eye, concerning "the duty
of mothers."
In performirlg this work, I shall lay no claim
to superior wisdom, or great sagacity of understan-
ding ; but I shall endeavor to speak in a plain and
comprehensive manner, and draw my illustration&
from facts, and the every day occurrences of do-
mestic life; and should my remarks be the means
of leading any mother to a better understanding of
her duty, I shall fell abundantly rewarded for my
humble effort. It may be asked, why I direct my
remarks more particularly to mothers. I answer,
because they are more deeply concerned in the
matter; they have the sole care and management
of the young mind when it first begins to deve-
lope its facu ti~ ; and from them it receives its
first impression-impressions upon which depend
its welfare for life. Therefore it is highly im-
portant that they should rightly understand their'
duty.
The mother, from the natural circumstances of
her situation, is capable of doing more, and in fact
does more to form the character of her child, than
all other circiumstancesor means of culture which
are thrown around it. The principles which sfie
imparts in its tender mind, even in the earliest
stages of infancy, become so indelibly stamped
upon the memory that they cannot be easily era-
dicated, but will have a great tendency to govern
its actions throughout life.
The mind of a child when it first begins to
know and understand the nature of things, is
more easily impressedi then at any other period of
life; therefore it is that principles implanted at
that time take a deeper and more permanent root
than those which a're inculcated when the child
becomes more advanced and is desirous to learn.
Figuratively speaking, the mind of a child is' an
unlettered page of purity, and it depends greatly
on the mother whether this is to tie blotted by
vice and crime, or to bear the beautiftil and living
characters of virtue ind holiness. The young
mind is an intellectual garden, the mother its cul.-
tivator, and it is for he" to say whether the noxi-
ous weeds of viceshall grow therein; or the heal-
thy plants of virtue; for I fully believe that as a
general thing, the characters of men are formtned
while under the watchful eyes of their mothers.-
In this position I am sustained by some of the
greatest moralists of the age; for it has been said


taste, to the gratitude, the respect and the aftec-
tion of the parishoners. Arches of evergreens,
decorated with flowers, emblems, and appropri-
ate mottoes met the eye in every direction, so that
when the bridal procession issued from the house,
the numerous assemblage of those who had thus
toiled in their labor of love was at once gladdened
by the surprise and gratification which this, their
testimony of respect, afforded. In the best spirit
that dould make a due return for such exertions,
the procession, consisting of twelve couples,
walked through part of the village to the church
amidst the hearty congratulations and prayers of
many hundreds who crowded to the church to
witness the gratifying ceremony, which was most
impressively performed by R'v. Frederick Harris,
the brother of the bridegroomp. ever was there
a more impressive scene th.n what that simple
village church then presented. .The relations,
the friends, the neighbors; the companions;,the
rustics watching, with the deepest earnestneu,
every word of the service, and applying it to he
whom they all had known from the cradle. U
"In the evening a festival was got up ty, tne
whole parish, headed by Mr. Dodd, of Doddle-
ston-hall, and his kind and amiable family; whose
exertions had been indefatigable. The whole
parish might truly be said to be present; and, un-
der a tent, most tastefully fitted up, a universal
tea-drinking, most liberally supplied, to which
the reverend gentleman, with his family and
friends, resorted. The heartiness and allectionate
enthusiasm which hailed them exceeded all de-
scription, and the evening was passed there upen
the green turf with as much joyousness and plea-
sure as suited so happy an occasion, and the ex.
pression of every kind and grateful feeling."
The modern titles of Damatia and Montebeki .
of Moscow and Tarentum, are in glorious har-
mony with the warlike name of Crillon and De
Broglie. The sovereign line of Montmorenci,
Luxembourg, Laval, and Beaumont. The princely
house of Cramont still recruits the army with use-
ful soldiers, who burn to emulate the deeds of
their ancestors at Fontenoy. The Noailles, Dukes
of Noailles, Mouchy, Ayen, and De Poix, number-
ing four Marshals of France in three generations;
are still extant, to serve and do her honor. It is
true that, amidst troubles and distractions, some
high names have passed away. The last of the
Brissacs was butchered at Versailles. The im-
perial race of Lorraine, with all its splendid re-
collections of the Guises and Mayenne, of Joyeus4
and Aumale, is within the last halt century ex-.
tinct. But the streets of Paris still nightly echo
to names which stir the heart like a trumpet.-,
Rohan and De Sibran, Clemont, Tonnerre, and
Gontaut-Biron, Ile Beauffremont, and De Luynes,'
De Coigny, and. De Montesquion. Nor, was it
not without account among a light people, are
the materials deficient of a brilliant and fascinat-
ing Court. The wit, the grace, the beauty for
which old France was so famotis, are still contain.
ued in the great house of De Castellane. The
daughters of the Chateaubriands are still as lovely
as Frdhcoise de Foix. ,There 'Are still fair ladies
as gently born as any who ever intermarried with
the chivalric lineage of La Tremoille, to watch
over the interests of its useful offspring. L'es-
prit de Montemart,' that which enhanced the
-uperb charms of De Montespan, has lost nothing
of its renown in the graceful persons of its present
representatives. But all these elements of ele-
gance and courtesy, all these means to dazzle and
to win, all these appliances of polish and refine-
ment, are now neutt lized by the alienation of
the Faubourg from t.e Tuillelies.
Of a different school is the only other extract
we can give to-day. It is an' admirable illus' a-
tion of the title of the volume. in which it is con.
tained-historic in its facts, fanciful in its man-
ner. Where, in the classics that have inspired
the author, shall we find anything more charming
than the description of Josephine, more noble
than that of Napoleon!
"Is it a scene at Athens? There are lamps,
of graceful oval, which gives a mellow and shaded
lustre. There are doubled-handed goblets, such
as Socrates used to drain, when vying with Al.
chibiades. There are servans who bear fruits and'
wines, to the sound of softest music. Thereare
lyric songs,
"With such as these
Aspasia won sweet smiles from Pericles,"
There are beautiful women, with slender for.
heads and tresses delicately braided round small
heads. There are broaches and fibulae the deep-.
bosomed tunic, and the san al, with Os becoming
strings. There i~ the red bonnet of Purygia, and
the grasshopper ih gold. Surely, this must be
some Athenian revel, withits accomplished citi-
zens and travelled foreigners. It must be the *at
home' of some Hetaera, the resorts of the most
polished, the most learned, the most renowned of
mankind. The svmetry, the elegance, the luxury
of Greece are all here. The quick, rapid man.
ner, the ceaseless impulse, the visible suddenness
of thought, the magnetic interchange of feeling.
these things also ae not wanting. The conversa-
tion too, isliberty3 and art, of philosophy and the
theatre. There are groups of politicians, who rare
thing? are speaking of the people. There are
others who are discussing victories over tyrants:'
and the he oic devotion ofrepublicans. But there
is among them a man far greater than any Athens
ever saw.
But the lady, who is at little intervals speak-
ing laughingly to him, seems all unconscious of.
his greatness or divinity. She is a sunburnt and
coquettish brunette, with large languid eyes, and'
an air of the most indolent repose. There is some.
thing, however, of command even in her indo.
lence. The mystics of her own land have fore-


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told that she shall be a Queen, and she loves to
remember the prophecy. It might be an Egyp-
tian, who had come to see all the arts and won-
ders, which had forsaken her country; to grace
and embellish Athens. Gentle reader, I have,
perhaps, betrayed you by my guesses. It is a
soiree at the Citoyenne Talliens' in 794. It is
the first meeting of Napoleon Bonaparte and Jose.'
phine Beauharnais."
.Married Men.-The more married men you
have, says Voltaire, the fewer crimes there will
be. Examine the frightful columns of'your crime.
final calanders-you will there find a hundred
youths executed fo one father of a family. Mar-
riage renders a man more virtuous and more wise.
The father of a family is not willing to blush be.
fore his children.
0:i- Vanity is love's visit and is often more
powerful than his m, ster.


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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.


AALACHICOLA, SATtUDAY, DEC. 28, 1844.


00- The Rev'd. Mr PotTiER, of the Catholic
Church, will preach this evening at 7 o'clock, at
the Council Room. The public are respectfully
invited to attend.
f- We have received from our Quincy Corres-
pondent, but for the want of room cannot publish
it to-day, quite a long article upon the contro-
yersy between South-Carolina and Massachusetts.
,We- have not time to give it a very careful exam-
ination, nor in fact do we, at this time, wish to
take a position, editorially, with respect to the
controversy; but, if any of our friends, are dis-
satisfied with its arguments, or wish to sustain
the position it assumes by additional arguments,
we would be particularly pleased to hear from
them. The author manifests a spirit of indepen.
dant ihquiry, which we are rather pleased to see,
so long as we are sure oufr people have too much
prudence to be hurried into the practice of un-
.wholesome principles.
THE COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
SThe present number closes the second volume
*-of our journal. On Saturday next, the fourth
day of the new year, we shall issue the first num-
ber of the third volume of the" Commercial Ad-
rertiser"2' Encouraged by the generous and stead.
ily increasing patronage which has hitherto re-
warded our exertions, we propose to enlarge our
paper so as to extend its usefulness, and render
it commensurate with the increased wants of our
rapidly growing city.
The "Commercial Advertiser" will continue
to preserve the general character which has thus
J far secured for it the approval of its patrons, and
a popularity asextensive as the sphere of its cir-
culation. The general character of its plan was
adopted after much reflection, and in conformity
with the advice of those calculated to know alike
tIle wants of the community in regard to a news-
paper, and the best means of supplying them-
Thusfar the model must have succeeded; fcr .ve
have 'niot learned that its prominent features have
Failed in a single point to receive the approbation
of its patrons and the public.. In our new series,
in addition to the general business arrangement,
S 'heretofore adopted, we shall furnish a copious
"PRICES CURYMNT," which we shall subject to
the weekly supervision and correction of some of
our best merchants.
With the increased size of our sheet we shall
extend the space devoted to its literary depart-
ment. The sources from which we have derived
these contributions, to the amusement and instruc-
Stion of our readers, we shall continue to draw
-upon; while we feel proud and grateful to be able
,toTadd, that we have the promise of assistance
from writers, in our immediate vicinity, who, we
'know, are well capable of enriching our columns.
Our main object being the collection and diflbu-
-sion of commercial intelligence, we have neither
had the space nor inclination to present a full ex-
Shibition of all the aspects, movements and strug-
Sgles of parties in National or Territorial politics.
SStill it has been our aim to give, in every instance,
the general results of elections, as far as ascer-
Stained in both, and to make known every signifi-
,cant manifestation of political feeling 'in the lat-
ter. In our pursuit of this course we have just
cause for felicitating ourselves, for we firmly be.
lieve that during a period of unremitted and
scarcely example political warfare, the fairness
or sufficiency of our labors, in these respects, has
never been questioned; and in this department
we shall give no extension to our plan.
S In the department of "General Intelligence,"
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Collection, condensation, and arrangement of the
news, foreign and domestic, which may be gath.
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;a time.
S East India Cotton.-It appears, says the Boa-
ton Atlas, by the latest adices from Liverpool,
'that, notwithstanding the large amnount.of cotton
sent from Indi jo China, the importations into
.:Great Britain, from that quarter, have been lar-
'ger than ever before,during the past year. It also
.appears that East India cotton has been so much
Improved in quality that it now competes even
S-with M.Nbjle and New Orleans cotton, the best of
4the'former selling as high as 3 7-Sd, per pound,
while the lowest of Mobile brought 3 1-Sd, and
Ne' Orleans 3d. Besides this, while the im'-
ports of East In-dia cotton have increased, during
t* Xe year, to the amount of 62,757 bales, those of
*/ e, Ameri'an cotton have decreased to the amount of
:'272,9S3. Decrease of American cotton twenty
'Per ceint. Increase of E.ist India, forty-three per
'* -cent. "
y'b The South Carolina Legislature adjourned
.on the 18th instf., after a session of three weeks
Asd three days. 4 :


to individuals who have been named as desirous
of obtaining our offices; though we cannot hblut
regret the unpleasantness of the situation in which,
if they succeed, they will be placed, more espe-
cially as it is probable, the communities over
which they will he appointed, will protest against
the appointments as acts of injustice. We feel
that we are discharging a common duty in thus
expressing our sentiments. What would be
thought in any of the States, if the General Gov-
ernment were to appoint to a vacant office in
their judicial or revenue departments, a citizen
of Florida, or of another qtate ?

The new Cunard steamboat Cambria, is said to
have several important improvements in her ma-
chinerv.. Wheels ar'useitinsten' of the old fash-
ioned, lifting bhi-r.'levers to start the engines.
and the air pum q -efhra3s. Among the nov-
elties introduced i the vesqel are two ice houses
Sand tf*4 smoking rooms. Her masts are tall and
she spreads an immense amount of canvass.

_01 The Legislature of Ohio haye,- in* the
name of the, people of that State, protested
against the union of Texas with the United
SStates, as unconstitution unjust, revolutionary,
and tending to disunion.


Negro slaves from Kentucky are constantly pas-
sing to Canada, through the state of-Ohio, facili-
ties for such escapes being established 'through-
out the latter state by the abolitionists. On the
9th instant a party of negro-hunters" from Ken-
tucky, hearing that runaiway slaves were secreted
in the houses of Robert Miller and Absalom King,
two abolitionists presiding in Brown's county, Ohio,
(near the town of Georgetown.) searched the
house of Miller, and found two absconding slaves,
who attempted escape. Miller attempted to aid
their escape, and was immediately stabbed to
death bv the Kentuckians, who proceeded to the
house of King, where they were resisted by 'four
or five armed men. A dreadful conflict ensued.-
A Qon of Col. Towers of Kentucky, waskilled in-
stantly; and King was mortally wounded while re.
loading firearms. The Sheriff now arrived and
arrested the ring-leaders of both parties. Anoth-
er band of Kentuckians arrived soon after, re-
newed the conflict, and hanged one of the slaves
for resisting his captor. Having burned, the
houses of King and Miller to -the ground, with
all the contents, they'proceeded to the house of
Alexander Gilliland, tore him from his family,
and beat him almost to death.
Thbe Kentuckians were increasine'in numbers,
and the whole neighborhood' was up in arms.-
The Sheriff, was exerting himself to suppress the
riot.--&. S. Snn. -

''- The Emperor Moli Mohammed, of Moroc-.
co, -formed a regiment of his own sons. It nimf.
bred '253 men, a pretty respectable sized family.


TERRITORIAL OFFICES.
In oW preceding number we spoke of the im-
propriety of individuals,-rom distant States, spek- t
ing, and the injustice of'appointing them to the l
Territtial offices in the gift of the General Go-
vernment. In the present number we shall take e
some view of the subject in connection with its f
manifest impolicy. i
We take it for granted that the only motives
to action, on the part of the national executive,
in this, as in the discharge of every other duty, r
are the fulfilment of the law, and the promotion
of the welfare of the peoplewhom it is appointed o
to govern. In this view we are willing to admit 0
that in the earlier history of the Territory, the a
existing President, i, many instances, may have c
sent men, better qualified for a given purpose- ,
as for instance, the office of Governor or of Judge
of the Superior Court-than any one who could at
that moment, be selected fro'in among our own
people. We may even concede that selections
for such offices as these could be made at the I
present day,'more to the immediate, though, we
believe, but to the temporary advantage of the 1
people, from abroad than at home. Butsuppose
that the President called on a citizen of Florida
of known capacity, and well acquainted with the
habits and sentiments of the people, whose op-
portunities for displaying talent have been limit.
ed, and gave him a situation in which his ambi-
tion would be awakened, while competence and
ease are secured, is it not reasonable to suppose
that such a man would become speedily of more
benefit to thd Territory than any one who could
be brought from abroad ? Is it not as manifestly
politic as well as just to afford inhabitants of a
Territory as fair a chance of proving themselves
worthy of public confidence, and of capacity for
benefiting their neighbors as to look for these
qualities, exclusively, in the precarious ability of'
strangers ? In this age of tariffs and zeal for pro-
moting domestic industry, all acknowledge the I
importance of properly encouraging the manu-
facture and consumption of the crude products.
furnished us by nature, for all purposes of art and
usefulness, and why ought not the evolution and
exertion of the talents and virtues of the citizens
of Florida to be encouraged in the same and in
every other laudable way ? Many of the offices
in the Territory, are as dependent for their sup,
port upon the people, as similar offices in the
States; and therefore offer equally as strong rea-
sons against their profits or honors being disposed
of to citizens of remote States.
The appointment of strangers, to Territorial
offices, implies that we have no persons among
us, well enough qualified to discharge their
duties-an implication too little complimentary t'
our self-love to admit of our assent. On the con-
trary, we cannot avoid believing that we could
furnish an abundance of men as highly gifted in
every respect, and as capable of performing the
duties of any office in the Territory as any man
from the States/,'who would solicit such an ap- ..
pointment, let his standing or merits be what
they may. We wish to encourage, in every, pro.
per way, the emigration of worthy people to our
Territory, but to hold out as an inducement, the
possession of our offices of honor and profit, or
not to evince a disapprobation of such a means,
would be an especial folly, and too ridiculous a
one for calm examination.
Mr. Jefferson, has been reported, by a distin-
guished foreigner, as saying:" that the failure of
almost all the great undertakings of the Ameri-
cans, in literature and science, is to be attributed
to the employment of foreigners, instead of call-
ing into exercise thetalents of their own citizens."
This may be sei down as an aphorism, not only
applicable to literature and science, but to politics
and every thing else in which a citizen should,
endeavour to excel, the correctness of which no
one will dispute. How will it be possible for
the people of Florida to discharge without the
risk of great error and injury, the duties involved
by the responsibility 0C a State Government, if
they are not allowed t learn something of them
in the analogous labors of the offices under a
Territorial Government ?
Whether we have made out our position or not
we do not hesitate to pronounce the policy of ap-
pointing strangers to Territorial offices as most
injudicious and subversive of the general good of
our citizens. On one point we fully agree with
all with whom we have conversed on this subject,
and that is, in an expression of dissent with, and
indignation at the practice. In the indulgence
of this feeling, we have not the slightest reference


One Day.for the Election of president and
Vice President.--The bill introduced in the
House of Representatives, appointing one and the
same day for the election of Electors of President
and Vice President, throughout the Union, has
passed that body by a unanimous vote. We trust
this wise and equitable measure will meet with
no impediment in the Senate, and that we shall
shortly have the pleasure of announcing it as a
law.of the land,

The Six Specie Paying Bankf of NVew Or.
leans.-On the 30th of November the sfx specie
paying hanks had in their vaults an aggregate of
$8,282,981 in specie; of.which $4,481,282 was in
the possession of the Bank of Louisiana. Total
cash liabilities of "Mid bangta,, $9S29,480,. total
cash assets $12,518,425.


SIn this city on the 24tkinsat, by Seth P. Lewi*,
EA, M'". A&RRF.D G. TITCS, of Coltttbw,
G=.,to Mr.. MARY TI-H, I, ihi. city.


For the Commercial Advertiset.
MR. EDiTOR--Your editorial of last week, on f
he subject of Territorial offices, addreaesitself to
he feelings of Floridians, certainly; but whether
ts propositions meet the probation of an enlight- t
ened judgment, is a question about which one, no b
ess jealous of the rights, or solicitous for the wel- .
are of our Territory, will, I hope, be allowed the ^
iberty of expressing a very serious doubt,
You tell us that the appointment of strangers to
offices in this Territory is an "invasion of our
rights and privileges." Unquestionably true, if g
we had assumed the powers and responsibilities r
of State sovereignty; but, leaving incumbent upon c
others responsibility for the proper exercise of the h
appointing power, we have no right to control or 0
t(
question the discretion which must necessarily at- .
end it; nor can any excuse of that discretion be 1
'an invasion of our rights and privileges." a
You tell us also that these "positions are to be 0
maintained exclusively by our industry and enter- f
rise Thip may be true, in'part, with respect to c
he offices of Marshal, Surveyor General and some
few others, which however, from the disorganized a
and impoverished condition of our country, im- s
plied by our unwillingness to assume the respon- F
iibilities of a State Government, the President j
may more properly prefer committingto the charge s
of men, as free as possible from local influence ;t
and more especially so, as the rights and interests
C
if the United States are often the immediate sub- h
ects of their operation. But our Governor, Judges f
of the Superior Courts, District Attorneys, Light- .
house keepers, and in fact a great majority of the 0
officers, under executive appointment, are paid by e
the government of the United States. It would
be comfortable, certainly, to have our officers paid
by the General Government, while we are allowed a
the liberty of their election ; to have the advan- f
stages of a State Government, without its burthens, '
and to compose ourselves in sweet security, that d
all our wants will be supplied, and all our wishes .
gratified, by the tender solicitude of a partial pa-
rent. Yet we have no right to this, nor is it ami-
able in us to ask of them an exercise of greater d
liberality than they voluntarily accord to us. t
This difference, with respect to our right to the I
offices in question, is, I presume, the only one be-
tween us. We are both citizens of Florida-our
interests are dependant upon the prosperity of the
country-both see the evils which may result from
an exercise of authority by men who have no per- 1
manent interest in the country, and who owe no
reciprocal responsibility to the subjects of their
government; and both believe that we have men
"within our borders, 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." And the commencement i
of your editorial inspired me with the hope that
you would conclude it by giving the aid of your
argument and influence to the establishment of a
State Government, which, to me, seems not only
the proper, but the only possible remedy. Istill
indulge the hope that such will be the courseou
will direct us, or, if difficulties and dangers, invis-
ible to us, whom time nor talents have favored
with much political foresight, do obstruct the way,
that you will point them out to uF, and either ad-
vise us of a 1)t t For nve-'eT"t& the enduranceof
the present evils.- CIVIS.

Serious Conflict between abolitionists and
Slaveholders.-War between Kentucky and
Ohio.-The Southern mail brings accounts of a
dreadful conflict between a party of Kentucky
slaveholders and Ohio abolitionists, with the loss
of several lives.
We fear this is only the beginning of serious
troubles between the slaveholders and the aboli-
tionists. The latter, urged on in their heedless
crusade against slavery and slaveholders by emis-
saries from England, are devoting all their ener-
gies to secure a dissolution ofthe Union, or kindle
the torch of civil war between the northern and
southern states. They are urging on a war of
extermination between citizens of different sec.
tions ; such a war as England has been too suc-
cessful in fomenting elsewhere for the overthrow
of Republican Institutions, as in the Southern
Republics of this hemisphere. These incendia-
ries have selected the states of Ohio and Massa-
chusetts for alarming demonstrations. The en-
thusiastic religious opinions of many persons in
these two states afford unexampled facilities for
enterprizes guided by fanatacism or a semblance
of religion. The fanatacism of formeryears among
these enthusiasts found employment in burning
witches and hanging quakers, but partaking of" the
milder spirit of the age it now seeks the immedi-
ate abolition of slavery, in which capacity the
enemies of our country use it as a powerful means
of creating civil dissensions and sectional animos-
ities. Slavery is an evil, and is so acknowledged
by the great tmajority of intelligent slaveholders,
who gladly embrace feasible plans for its abolition,
ane sustain the African colonization enterprise
with great generosity. Is it not disgraceful and
iniquitous, therefore, to harass these men because
they hold a property guaranteed to them by the
constitution and the national compact ? Rather
let us meet them as brethren, and uuite our
councils for the general good.


PRESENTMENT.
FRANKLIN COUNTY-SUPERIOR COURT.
December Term, 1844
The Grand Jury of the County of Franklin, for
he present term, before receiving their disrcirge,
beg leave respectfully to prebentto the Honmrable
SAM'L W. CARMACK, Judge of the District of
Apalachicola, thefollowing subjects, wbich they
have had under due consideration, and in which,
hey feel the County of Franklin i deeply and
warmly interested:
We cannot but admit, with deep regret, the
great number of criminal prosecutions began du-
ing the present term, and more especially as the
causes which have led to them, may have had the
endency, to some extent, to identify the citizens
of Apalachicola, generally, with the guilty, and
o cast a shadow over the character and reputation
f its citizens, both so necessary to the credit and
prosperity of a town, purely mercantile. We
llunde to the cases which have arisen from, and
owing to the secretion of goods and effect taken
mom the Brig J. D. Noyes, wrecked in our vi-
inity during the past Autumn. -In our action,
we have, in relation to them, endeavoured to
erret out those we deemed amenable to the Laws,-
mnd though we have had to contend with the eva-
ion and prevarication of witnesses, w.ho seemed to
prefer risking the crime and the penalties of per-
ury, rather than make a full and explicit disclo-
ure of all they knew, or telling the whole
ruth," still we imagine we have been in a great
degree successful; anid we have endeavored to
convincee the public, here and elsewhere that we
hold the doctrine, that the mere saving of goods
rom a wreck, confers no claim but that of sal-
rage, that temporary possession confers no title
or right of property, and that no other claim
enures to him; who rescues property from the
vaves, other than a simple lien for compensation,
comineasurate with the services rendered.
Living as we do, in a country where the Laws
are mild, and executed with lenity, we respect-
fully suggest to our Executive, the great evils
vhich may arise from the too free use of the par-
loning power; for while "'meicy should season,
justice it is but too often, that nice sensibili-
ies and mistaken sympathy, assuming the robes
)f clemency, render trial by Jury a mere tbrm,
and empty pageant; it is the certainty, not the
degree or amount of punishment, that is calcula-
ed to prevent the commission of crime; and
knowing as we do, the ease with which petitions
if all kinds are gotten uip, (without atiacki ig the
right of petition) we believe none should ordinia-
rily be listened to,save that of the Jury who
tried the criminal.
We suggest to the proper authorities, the pro.
priety of more rigidly enforcing the laws as to
slaves living apart from their masters,-the laws
seem sufficiently salutary and efficient in them-
selves, but causes exist for their more severe en-
forcement.
We feel gratified at the good effects, which
have arisen from the creation of the Mayor's
Court in our c.ity. It has without doubt checked
many breaches of the peace, and petty distur-
bances, so common previous to its organization,
and owing to the speedy and summary dispensa-
tion of justice in its tribunals, little fear can be
entertained, but that the check will be perpetual.
We have examined the Jail of the County, arind
find it in good order, and kept with proper clean-
liness, but would recommend the procuring and
affixing iron shutters to all the windows in the
second story.
The Grand Jury cannot suffer this occasion to
pa,.s, without requesting our Representative and
Senators in the Legislative Council, to endeavor
to procurer tbe y' "a JA ,'"..W i, w',lf'At.r ,1tt,
Act in relation to selling liquor to slaves We
are convinced, that, as the law now stands, and
is understood, it amounts almost to a dead letter,
and that no efficient remedy is ,iffitrded by it, *or
the redress of a crying evil, in this community.-
It may not perhaps be.irrevelant here to allude to
the ruinous effects of selling or giving ardent
spirits to this peculiar caste of our population,
who are not supposed to feel the same moral re-
straints as those of a different race and superior
education; who for the purpose of indulging their
appetites for ardent spirit., not only deposit their
hardly earned and small pittances with these yen.
ders of poison by the gill; hut perhaps are fre-
quently guilty of larceny itself, from their mas-
ters or employers. And what care the thus em-
played in selling to slaves ? So long as their love
of gain, and basely acquired lucre is indulged,
they are indifferent to the commission of crime,
the encouragement of vice, and the infraction of
the Laws. We are aware that human ingenuity
may find it difficult so to frame a- Law as to defy
the low cunning of those disposed to evade it,
though we have been taught to believe, an eva-
sion of the Law is a breach o" it; but we are sat-
isfied, so long as the *' onus'probandi" is enire-
ly thrown upon the Territory, in the cases u der
consideration, regardless of presumptions arising
from fact, so long will the present law be entirely
nugatory, an attempt to enforce it, a solemn terce
and a legal mockery, whilst those guilty of an in.
traction of its provisions, will laugh to scorn all
efforts to bring them to due and merited punish-
ment.
With these views, we beg leave respectfully to
suggest to our Representative and Senators, that
a Law should'be passed making it penal to give
as well as sell liquor to slaves without the per-
mission of the master or ovner of said slave ;' that
whenever a person is proven to have given or de-
livered liquor to a slave, a "prima face" case is
made out for the Territory, and the "opuls" of


MAIL ABBANGOMWM3 .
o WORTHMRN AND WESTZR MAIL.,
Due Tuesdays and Fridays at U o'clock P: M.
Closes T"esdays and Saturdays at 10, P.M.
8T. XWEs' MAIL.
Due Tuesdays and Fridays ai 6 oloek, P. M.
Closes Wednesdays and z*aturday at 8, A.,
COTTON MARKET.
Prices of Cotton tbis week have been rlsimer
favor of the buyer, esReially for grades hielow
Good Middling. We quote New Orleane tedg
cation: Inferior, 3j a 3j; Oidinary, 9| a 41; Mid-
dling, 4, a 41; Middling Fair, 41 a 5; Fair, 6j i"-..
The sales of the week amoum to 207 bes, o
follows :-7 bales at 3j; 13I at 3j; 1iat 3; J3t4 at
4; 290 at 4 1-16; 145 at 4; 16 at < 4 .13 s
4j; 35 4 5.16; 250 at 4j; 12 at 4 7-16: 1*lst4;
66 at 4 9-16; 161 at 4|; 8 at 4 11-W16; 0Iat4
at 4 13-16; 150 at 4j; 42 at 4 15-16; S at 56; 1 at
5j; 25 at 51; 1 bale silk cotton at 7 cta.
COTTON STATEMENT. Last
yfar.
Stock on hand 1st Sept...........3 2I.
Received this week,...........5,P12
previously, .........24,739
Total-..... baleas 30,654
Exported this week ...........,507
CA previously...........7,117
Total,..... .bales -- 12,624 1100
Stock on hand not cleared..... 18,06 27621
FR EIGHTS.
To Liverpool..................... 11-16 pr. lb.
Havre.......................... 15-16C
New York,.............9-16 a 56-c "
Boston,.........................5 6 c


EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALAOIXIOLA.
C(oulimecing Ibt Septenmber, 1644-aud same
time nI 1,;43.
I Past IPrevi- -i
WHITHER EXPORTED. |week Iously I. .lseiao.


Liverpool ............
Havre................
Other ports ..........
Total to For. Ports.
New York..........
Boston.. .............
Providence..........
Philadelphia.........
Bahltimore............
New Orleans.........
Other portm...........
Total Coastwise....
TOTAL-BALKS .


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IMPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-.Per ship Courtenay-2901 k ck
salt to J Day& Co. ,
Per barque Covenanter-3190 scks salt to J 3b __ k
N L A I A ~ .-z
MAl1ANz AS-Per bng-ercij.^%ijiJowna to
order.
KEY WEST-Per barque Jane Willians-497
scks salt to order.
PORTLAND-Per barqe Murillo--40-toin bay, &I
and 220 bbls p, aioea to order. ,
BALT'lMORE-PerschrOntwa-26pkgmdze "n
to C Rogers & Co; 360 bars iron toT L MitchellU;
14 pkgs midze 1o Wylie & McKenzie; I to Wm G?
Porter & Go; 1 to Lt Emory; 10 tons casiangs- to
order.
EXPOWrs.
BOSTON-Per ship Sabbit is-1470 bals cotton.
Per Brig Old Colony--4h25 bales. 'C
LIVE RPOOL-Per barque Colossus-142 bales
NEW YORK-Per barque RoUa'-475 bales.
Per brig Historani-451 bales.
Per brig Camlia-3-5 baled. .
PROVIDENCE-Per bdaique N Brown-82
bales.
NE W ORLEANS-PerschrSwallow--%3bales
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. -
Per steamer boston--l13 bales cotton to D B
Wood & ero; 60 to' Win G Porter .i An -81 to ,
Dr Nash; 20 to Wylie & MeKenzie; 16to McKay
& Hartanorue; 1 box .0 A G Snmith.
Per steamier Augusta-Z43 bales cotton to McKay
& iHaitshorne; ,240 to Sautbrd & Butt;'132 to
LocKhart Young; lOto D B Wood & Co; 6 6
to J C Maclay; 62 to Perry & Dickinao; 29 to
Win G Porter 3c Go; 16 to Harper & Holitea 7 1
to Hill, Dawson & Co. 11"
Per steamer Siren-126 bales cotton to Lockhart
SYoung; 24 to Cfneter & McGritil 16 to Perry6 &
Dickinson; 5 to B S Hawley; 12 boxes tobacco,
to Those Pre6tom,; 10 do to Loekbhrt & Young; 2
to B S Hdwley; Ito Wm'G Porter,&Co; 2 bales-
mdze to D G iHa aey .... ,
Per steamer A,diachiep.a-277 bales cotton to'
McKay Ar iartshorne; V7 lo Wylie M McKenzie;.
85 to Jas T Tysou.
Per steamer Agnea-139 bales cotton to McKay
& Hartshorae; 115 to Perry & bickinsou 5l to%
Lockhart Az Ypuing; 89 Ito Wylie & McKene-,
30 to Win G Puier.z Co;4 to T H & C i.
Austin; 20) to order. ..
SPer steamer Charleston-247 baLesgtoauot oMe"i-
Kay & Harithorne; 200 to W i-inbroub f '
Co; 109to Lockhart & V Young;.58 to rWyliW-.kA
McKenzie; 54 to Hill, Dawsou & Co;' 12" to WM
G Porter At Co; 1 box tobacco to Tiaos Preston-;
2 cash pacKiiges to Mci.ay & Hartsnorne amd -.
Lockhart & oung ,
Per sleamer-Florence-1o05 balfs cotton toJ G
Macaly; 200 to lHarper'& Holmes; -4to;J Da&
Co; 96 to Wmn H Kimnbrbugh & GCo. ", ; I "
Per steamer Loweli,--262 bales cofton ti S'Loek-
hart & Young; 139 to Hill, Dawsion & Co; lt- to.
Wylie & McKenzie; 106 to McKay & Hartshome;y
60 to Perry & Dickinson; 45 to J C MaciaY.; 24 to
Sanford & Butt; 22 to Thios Bedick;, 8 to Wmn G
Poni-r & Co; 4 to Thos Barry. '
Per steamer Oconee-257 bales' cotto6n to- a.
Dawson & Go; 110 to D b Wood &"Co;"-: to
Harper & FHolres; 43.1o Howard & Rutherfowd4
10 to Lockhart & Young '
Persteamtnet Apalachicola-103 bales.cotlten to
1,6ckhant& Young; 200 to MqKay & ,HartshorMe e-
67 to Dt A Hfl Tarv,:r; 8 to Hiper & Hllmes; .&
to B S Hawley; 4 to Win G Porter & Co. .
Per sloop Unknown-5 bales colon to1 WnaG
Porter &to. '
Per barge Cotton Plant 06 bales CottoU to J
G Porter & Co. ,,


Er\XCHANGE.-. Checkiat sight on New Yorkl.
'IV for sale by I Mb WRIGHT,
dec1 4 No. 3 SCokmbus Block-
EXCHANGE -Drafts on New oV k and Pro-
J.ividegce, at .ghtin, sums to sqit purchasers.
for Cale 6y .TL L ITHEL.
nbv1 ,37 Water tr.*.t


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In this city on the 27au ian.u 'WTLLiaK.,
eldest sou of Mr. Abraham Low, aged.4 yeitni4
8 mouths. .


of proving the permission of the owner or master
is thrown upon the person so selling, giving or
delivering the liquor, and that malt. and vinous
liquors be embraced in the law as well asspiritu
Ouils.
The Grand Jury in closing their labors, beg
leave to tender their thanks to the Hon'hle Judge
Carmack for hip ableand impartial administration
of.i justice-Also to the District Attorney, Mar-
shal and other officers of the Court for the able
and efficient discharge of their respective duties.
H. G. GUYON, Foreman.


COMMERCIAL
LATEST DAT ,. .
verpool......Nov. 19. New York.....-. L
Havre,.......... l New Orheam,.. si
Htava....... Nov. 30 1Charlesto,.a... ,L.


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PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Boston-Dr Nash,* Jerry. Titus, J
Greneood, J 0 tifler, Messrs Sherman, Dusen-
bury, Welbe&.
per steamet Augusta-Messrs S Quarles, P
Quarles, H A\ Skekon, M Bullock, Osgood, A W
11ili, H V JerTigan.
Per steamer Lowell-Col 3J W Perry, Messrs
W .S Beal i jr, C G Mills, Thos Redick, James
Redick, WT Stark, J DVanderwater, A McCon-
ochie.
Poc steamer Siren-B S Hawley and lady, Mr
Ecles, lady and serv'ts, G Mitchell, R Jones, J
Portier, J Oliver.
Per steamer Apalachicola-T GTyson, E Smith,
E Hickey, W Owens, J A Barnabv.
:` Per steamer Charleston-Messrs Emnerson, Dean,
Wakefield, Terry, Brown, Friday, Lockley, S.
Watson.
Per steamer agnes-- -Williams ,-I 'infiRld.
Per steamer Oconee-A-aior H-ardin and daugh.
ter Mrs Jordan, Capt Leonard.
Persteamer Apdachicola-Thomas Preston and
lady, Dr A H Tarver, Col Sims, Capt Brown,
Henry Clark, S H Scarborough.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

i'PORT OF APkkLACRICOLA......I)e. 23.
CLE4 RED.
Ship Sabbattis, Cox, for Boston, by D B Wood
& Co.
Barq'n Collussus, McDonnell, for Liverpool, by
4 -Day Ax Co.
4 Barque Rolh, Gibierson, for New York, by W
-G Porter, Co.
1 r e'lNBrown, Andros, for Providence, by T
Brig Old Colony, Chase, for Boston, by D B
.Wood Co.
Brig Historian, Lnfkin, for New York, by W H
Kimbro'igh V, Co.
SBrig Camilla, Maudicul, for New York, by C
'iRogers V Co.
Schr Swallow, Shannon, for N Orleans.
AR RIVED.
Br Shin Co'irtpnav, Tirner, frn Liverpool, to
W A V P C Kain.
Br Barqn'i Covenanter, Patterson, fm Liverpool,
to I Dav V Co.
tBirqne fI V Tyler, Tyler, f-n Havana, to Chas
Rocrs V Co.
Barqie 'irillo, VIooi-e, f-n Portland.
Bairqi Zaida, Chairnan, fm riavana, to D 13
WVooI Co.
Rarqe Tlane 'Villiiam, Parker, fn Kevy Vest.
131iz Core', Sawyer, fin VIttanzi, to D 1
Woonnl Co.
Srtlr rTtv'a. llten, Crn Balti~nor..
.,looe.)TTknio'vn. f-n 9t i-tlrews.
Qt t -~,r 'Siren, Vi i ht'*'it, f n 3ro-vns Ferry.
4T-.in'r ,imista, Till, f' I onl.'i nh'il .
Stamn-r gasn-. k1l-n, fn T-Qrz-towvn
S tea n rTr):.v-ll, r- n T-ii 'in.
S Stea'rnr B' ston, J % Morton. f n Wo'flhbu.'i
St, ermr Plorence. Rvniear, fn Co01,nmb1'h.
Steam r nalachicoa, fStton, fn T-rnigaan.
.tgtea'm-r O Go' -, -re'r. fin Col9i nht'.
S tea:ner ,rharleston, ,r-r-nai, f'n Co1lmbus.
BP. r-, Cotton Plant, fm Marianna.
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
T. T1P .
-* Cvirt-nO', (Br) T.irner, 603 tons, awaiting fhei'ht',
W A V P C Kain.
S iaryv P-an'is, "3G tons, Boston, loaiing-D B
Wnoon V Co.
Element, Tuirnpr, 449 tons, for Boston, loading-
1) B Wool V\ Co.
Tallahass~e. T-Tale-v J9 tons, for Liverpool, load-
Sin--.T Dyv V Co.
Tirliti, n;th. 50 tons, Liver.ool, loa iin--
*J TDav V Co.
FlorericJ LDy mh, )7r tons, freight or charter-
'*airper V T-Tol'rns.
.. ". 7 kR)TTFR -."
,;*aida, e'f-rn., 7,-.5 tons,- -tc, l-ating-D-
R Woo-1 V Co.
H WXV vler, Tvl, '111 ton r. 'infor Ne'w York,
awaitir r.i'it-'ChaT q oers V Co.
S Jane ,Vil'i n., Paitkr, 33) tohr, awaitin-g freight
-M-a-t rr.
Mtrillo. 'Voobidle, '99 tons, awaiting freight-
MTaster.
Covenanter. (Br) Carpenter, 612 tons, for Liverpool
lov ading-T Day Co,
Eliza, Talhot, 279 tons, for New York, loading-
McKav V Hirtshorne.
Tiberius, qawes, 291) tons,'for Boston, loading-
D B Woo-'l V Co.
'iBin'.h'', 'ilton, "' to-s, Boston, loaling-
P B Wool V Co.
.Tecnmseh, Rinley, tons, for Hlavre, loading-
I M 'Vri!ht.
Alabama, '6eritt, 3413 tons, for Liverpool, load-
.ing-S Cassin.
Lion, alexander, 333 tons, for New York, load-
ing-Harper V fonimes.
BRTG.
Yucatan. Bak-r, 177 tons, Boston, loading-D B
Wood V Co.
Cordelia. Hatch, 19 tons, N York, loadine--Master
Ceres, Sawyer, 29 tons, Boston, loading--D B
SWood .V Co.
sc"noNn' R S.
President, Nickera'son, 65 tons, Boston- Master,
Sarah Lovina, Taylor, 71 tons. fin Baltimore-
Master.
MEMORANDA.
Capt. Sawyer of brig Ceres, reports seeing a ship
or barque ashore on the Tortugas, on the 21stinst.
She was painted with a white streak an-i appa-
rently had just got on, her spars were alongside-
saw 5 wreckers beating up to her-her head layto
the S. E.
. DDrPAHTMi'ENT or STATE,
Wahsington, December 3d. 1i344
The following information has been comm .ini
cated to this Department by thie Charge d'Affaire,
Sof the United States at Copenhagen, Denmark, and
is published for the benefit of mariners:


,. -* TRANStLATIO?.
"For the purpose of marking the Reef prejecting
from "The Skaw" point, a beacon buoy was some-
time since laid down at its northeastern extremity,
in 4j fathoms water, in direction west by south ol
.the light-house, and the Old Church Steeple, both
in a line, arid furnished with three Br0oms.
"In addition to the foregoing, another Beacon
Buoy has now been laid down at the South-Eastern
extremity in the Reef, in four fathoms water, the
lighthouse hearing North-West, and the Old Skra.
ger Church Steeple West. This Beacon Bouy is
provided with but two brooftis, and will, like the
Former, lie out during the Winter; and should the
ice carry it away, it will be replaced by another,
a', early its practicable.
Geri-ral Customs Chamber and College of Com.
merce.
Copenhagan, Sept. 10. 1044."

A DNANCES.-The undersigned ,will make
S.. liberal advances on Cotton consiiIhelI to his
r. s Messrq. Tisdale & 'Borden, New York.
S. WM. T. W)OD,
*ov33 33 Water street.
A"'DWAN(E.-lThe subscribers are pre,,re,
A to ke liberal advances on cotton con-.
'siged I heir friend, at Livernool, Hiare, New
- "Y-Tork t Boston. D B WOOD & CO.,
' .'- .nv6 :' 29 Water street.

A- DVANCE8.-[I'he an',,rihers 'ontitiue x.i
heret oror., to make advances on Cotton con.
sighed to the address of their friends in Liver.
p9.1, N York or Boston.
S: CHAS ROGER o,
'- -" *7,'1; t-" ,. 57." t-r fftT et. "


Notice.
NEW YORK, December 2d, 1844.


To the Consignees of Goods, arriving
at A.palachicola, insured in .J'ew York:
T1 HE underwriters in New York, have suffered
very much by the improper sacrifice of goods
sold at Auction in Apalachicola, on account of
sea damage. The policies require, in case of
partial loss by sea damage to Dry Goods, Cutlery
or other Hardware, that the loss shall be ascer-
tained by a separation anl sile of that portion
only of the contents of the pack'ages which are
damaged and not otherwise, and that the same
principle shall be allowed us to all other mer-
chandize, as far as practicable. The Rules also
require that the damaged parts of Cargo be sold
in small lots to suit the convenience of purchasers.
Whole package destined for places in the inte-
rior, have frequently been sold at Apalachicola in
a lot without the knowledge of the owner, by the
Consignee there; and by that means depriving
the owner of part packages of sound goods and
causing heavy losses to o-ne one, blit.for which,
hereafter, the Apalachicola consignees will be
held responsible.
The multiplication of protests is not needed ;
an original, or, at most, an original and duplicate
protest forwarded to the Agent of the vessel in
New York is sufficient for all the New York Jun-


derwriters.


Signed


S BALDWIN, Prest.
Jicmson If-irine Tas Co.
ZEB COOK, Jr., Preit.
.Mfltuq. rL/? tt Ins Co.
T B SqkT R'rVWATTrF, V. P.
Aeo Vork ais Co.
WM NEFLqON, Prest.
Prfot,,zt's [f'tuwl Fits Co.
A B NEiLSON', Prest.
Sun 'Fnfutzl lns Co.
ABM OrDEV, Pre Genrteral f4,tua, Tns Co.
WALTER R JONE--, Prest.
of thI ltlantic mutual Ins Co.
L GREGORY, Prest.
of tte Afercmntile Mutual Ins Co.
T'HOMA'S HTLE, V P
orfthe .finare 4futual fn's Co.
PHILLIP HON., Prest.
dec14 .Jlaerican Mutual Ins Co.


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NOTICE.
TE Citizens of Analachieola are request-
ed to attend a PUBLIC VIEETING, to be


held at the Apalachicola Exchange, on Mon-
day Evening, at half-pat 7 o'clock, without
reference to party, for the' purpose of nomina.
ting suitable persons for Mayor and Aldermen,
to be supported at the ensuing election.
Dec. 28, 1814.


',ake Ntice !
TAKE W4RN[NG IN TIME!
'-IOSE persons who have taken BRICK dntr.
inri the last S'mi'ner I'nrn the Lot *29 Water
street, will do well to cone forward and pay for
the same, on or before the 1st of January next, Or
they will he indicteI for. sealiix.
N. B.-The nartnoF if toen r fthemn are already
known, aid thev ha I better call and see me on
the subject at once, or they may poiiblv regret ir.
dec:2S B S H\WLEV.
SCHRODT, No. 44 Water street, has just
received )er h-ir lie Providence.
Gi' boxs German Colorne, a genuine article;
Jewellery--k small assortment of Goll and
Silver everuointed Pencils, Rings, &c.
Ladies Can qorings. dec29


S NLT.-.3,197 sacks Livernool Salt, cargo o1
British bar:lue Covenanter, for sale by
de" -2 J D AY & CO., 5. Water street,


S 4LT.-300 sacks in Store, for sale by
dec2s C L LeeB \R3 9 3 t Water st.


JU-T received on Coi-'inment,
10) boxes Yellow Soap ;
75 kegs Pickels; 1P !ioxs Lemonns.
For sale by B ELLT,-ION & CO.,
dec29 33 Wat"r strep.t.


LOUR and CORN, for sale bv
d -c2 CL L eTBfR3I 31 Water Rt.


SUGAR.-1-I hhds New Orleans Sugar;
4 boxes White Havana do.
For sale by C L Le1 R9ON,
dec28 3 ) 'V-ter street.


W AISKEY-1) bbts Vhikv, for s il bv
dec2S C L Le3 \R'FON, 3) WViter ,t.


COFFEE-.la5O iis '{ C ) f,
25 Java, (pla station,)
For sale bv
d`2 3 C. RTY' f Co.


SARD.-'0' kNes No. 1 LTarT, 'or ,ile by
,L 1 c23 C L L3' )M.. 3 l Vater st.


Readlv Made Clothing.
S HAMILTON, Mo. 47 Water street, has
just opened and ofTers for sale "at "rices to
suit fth timeq" a lara-e ani elent assortment of
READY M ,DF FA3I[ONABLE CLOTHING
consisting in nart of:-
Ovcr Coats;
RBle, black and brown Froch and- Dress do;
Tweed Cass Procks ;
Kentackv P'rock and Dress Coats ;
Flushing F'ro'cks ;

Pl!ack and Blute Cloth and Cass Pants;
P aid and Fancy Gass do
Plain an 1 fi,,ur'd Sattinett do
Jeans and Kersev do


Vests.
Plain, Black and fitur'd Satin Vests I
Velvet do
Fignr'd Silk do
Cloth an 1 Cass do
Plaid Cashm-re tdo
Gent's Dressing or Morning Gowns,
Si0rts.
White Muslin and Linen Shirts ;
Colored do
Silk Under do
Merino do do
do *rl.I Twilled Drawers'
Black and Colored Kid Gloves;
Silk do
Merino andi Mohair do
White Burlin do


Stocks, S-arfs, Cravats, Suspenders and
Hosiery,
HIts n fl Ctps.
A, r, eat variety ofgentlemen's-and boys Hats
aTd "'a&s.
T'b aboes goods will be sold low for cash.
d .tfev? .


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INK.-For marki.ig Cotton, for sale by
3 C ALLEN,
dec2S cor of Centre and Commerce sts.
C J,,'EE.-3.50 bags Rio and Havana Coffiee
For sAleby C L LeBARON,
dec28 30 Water street
BLACKSMITH'S BELLOWS, ANVILS and
tVilCE, for sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
dec28 33 Water street,


B LANK MANIFEr CS.-Manifest of Port
cargo, coastwise and foreign, for sale by
J C ALLEN,
d(ec28 cor of Cen'tre and Commerce sts.


) OLASS'E -40 bbis N Orleans Molasses
. For sale by C L LeBARON,
d-ec2S 30 Water street.
S _LT in store, for sale low to close a consign-
nent, by NOURSE, S-TONE & CO.,
decl4 46 Water street.


WAHISKEY.--25 bbis 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
H NURSE, STONE & CO.,
decl4 46 Water street.
BRICK.-For sale h'y
NURSE, STONE & CO., -
dc14 46 Water street. ,


INSURANCE AGENCIES.


ALEXANDRIA LOTTERY.
CLA .i No. 46.
To be drawn at Alexandfia, D. C. Dec. 29, 1944.
SEVENTH -EIGHT NUMBER LOTTERY
Fourteen drain n Ballots.
Schellte.

ONE PRIZE OF $40.000!
1. .prize of. .$1-2,000 ... .is... $12,000
1....... .... ..6,000 ........... 6,000
1........ ....5 .. .. .. .. )
1.............3,50 0 ........... ,500

1 ..............2,000 ........ ... 2,000
1 .............1,969........... 1,969
1 00 ... 00
1.......... 1,590 ...........1,500
2.............1,230 ...........2,500
2.............1,200 ........... 2,100
20............1,000 ..........20,000
20..............500 ..........10,0090

40..............3100 ......... 12,000
25 .............. 150 ...........37,500
64...............100 ........... ,400
64 ............. .......... 5,120
1259 ....... .......4 0 .......... .7,6S0
1W ............. 350 ........... 6,400
1 ....... ........ 40 .......... 5,120
12 ...... ... 30 ......... 3,40
1 ...............25......... ..3,200

28,22 4 ................10 .........282,"210
34,412... .Prizes ampunting to... $5S9,589
TVCKETS t$10-Shares in-proportion.
J *4 the above Scheme, formed hv the ternaryv
combination of 78 numbers, raking 76,076 tic-
kets, and the drawing of 14 ballots, there will be,
311t Trizes, each having" three drawn numbersnn:
5,q--4 each having two of them on: and 2R,22?I
each having one only, of them on; and also 41 ,1)4
tickets having none of the drawn numbers on,
being bhlank To determine the fate of those
orizes and blanks, 79 nunmhers-'rm I to 7R in-
lusqive-wvill be severally nlaced in a wheel onn
the dav or the drawing, and 14 of them will he
drawn out it random; and that ticket having on
;t, either one, or more of them, will he Prizes.
The ticket havin', on it, as a combination, the
1st, 2d and 3d drawn numbers, will be entitled
the Canital Priz-, the 4th, 5th and 6th, the next,
and so on, in nrnnortion.
J G GREqORY & CO., Manazers,
R q HAW[LEY, Agent,
dpc2l1 cr. of Chestnut and Commprce stk.
The United states of America,
District of .pa 'acWcola- Territory of Florida.
The United States, )
vs. Monition.
n'nr Thonu4nd Segars.
\ tERE S, GEORQE S. HAWKINq, Esq.,
A ttornev of the United States for the Dis-
trict aforesaid, in the name and behalf, as well of
the United States, as Hiram Noni'se, Esq.. Col.
lector of the Customs for the District and Port of
Analachicola, in the District aforesaid, and of all
other persons cnneerned, hath filed and exhibited
his libel an]dcomplaintin ithe Superior Court of
sail District, sitting s a District Court of the Uni-
ted, States for the trial of causes of admiralty and
m-iratine juris-liction, stating, alleging and pro-
po'mlding, that on the seventh day of December
instant, at the Port of Apa!achicola in said District,
an .6n waters navigable from the sea by vessels
of ten or more tons burthen, i-, 'the said Hiram
';o'ifse. loClletor as air, .,-i, did seil.e and now
'iili in his c'-uiody as h-ing forfeited for having
been imported inro the Unite' States contrary to
law, FOUR. T'IOUSA'D SEGAItS. For that at
a time past, to wit: on the second day df December
aforepaid, the said goodls, wares and merchandize
-were brought in a certain brig or vessel called the
Bordeauix," then an i there belonging to a citizen
or citizens o'the Unite States (whose name or
namesare to the said Attorney of the United States,
as yet unknown) from a foreign port or place,
that is to say the Port of Havana in the Island of
Chba into the United States, to wit: into the Port
of kpalachicola aforesaid, and that the said goods,
wares and merchandise, then ani there belonging
or consigned to the master, the mate or crew of the
said vessel then and there, were not described or
in ;ln lte in the manifest or manifests of the cargo
of the sid brig or vessel (as is reqirquired by law)
contrary to the form of the statutes in such case
mi Ie an I provide And the Court having order-
ed Attachment and Monition to issue according to
law and the usages of this Court. Therefore, you
the said Marshal, are hereby authorized, empow-
ere-l and strictly enjoined, peremptorily to cite and
a imonish all persons'having, or pretending to have
any claim or interest in the said Four Thousand
Sears in said libel, alleged by posting at some
public place a copy of this Monition, and to pub-
lish the same in some newspaper printed in this
District at least ten days before the return day of
this writs and by all other lawful means and ways
whatsoever, by which the same may be most noto-
rious and public, to be and appear at a Court to be
held in the city of Apalachicola on the twenty-
seventh day of December instant, and also to atuend
upon every session orsessions specified until a defin-
itive decree or sentence shall be made and promul-
gate:]i in said business, inclusively ift any of them
shall think it their business so to do, to hear, abide
byv, and rerform all and si ngularsuctb judicial acts as
are necessary and by law requiredt to be done and
exp-dite3" in the premises, and further to do and
receive what unto law an I justice appertains under
the pain of the law an] contempt taereor, the ab-
sece and contumacy of them and each and every
of then in any wise notwithstanding; and what-
soever you sha do in the pmses, you shall nte es a duty
certify unto the Judge aforesaid. at the time and
place aforesaid, together with tiese presents.
l s^i Witness the rtlon'le SAMI'L W. CARMACK,
L. -. Judge of our said Court, this 13tn day
< 'v ) of December, A. D., 1S44.
dec21 3t G-EO F. BALTZE^LL, Clerk.


nov30


46 Water street.


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


SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.,
of the City of AVew York.

James D P Ogden, William H Macy,
Moses 1 Grinnell, *Fred'k Wissmiann.
Conrad W Faber, Joseph Foulke, Jr.
Samuel M Fox, Hamilton Murray,
Win Edgar Ilowland, Jacob R Nevius,
John H Hicks, Fred'k G Foster,
Godfrey Pattison, Richard K Haight,
Sidney Mason, Wm S Alley,
ch ,yler Livingston, G Winthrop Gray,
Theodore Victor, Roswell Sprague,
Henry Hloldrege, Oliver Slate, Jr.
Anthony B Neilson Drake Mills,
Alfred Seton, Robert L Maitland,
Charles Sagory, Joseph W Alsop, Jr.
Bernard Graham, Elias Ponvert, ,
Theodore Dehon, John D Van Beuren.
A B NEILSON. President.
&. ALF RED SETON Vice President.
JOHN WHITEHEAD, Secretary.

THE' undersigned AGENTS of the. above
Company, are prepared to take MARINE
and RIVER RISKS, on the most favorable terms.
-HARPER & HOLMES,
nov19 51 Water street.
FIRE, INLAND, AND MARINE
INSURANCE.
T HE ,ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY-
Capital $2:),000! and the "PROTEC-
TION INSURANCE CO.,-Capital $15u,000!
In addition to the capitals of the above named
companies, they have each a large surplus fund
in reserve. Persons doing business with these
companies, may rest satisfied, that they are
fully INSURED to the amount of their policies,
and that losses will be paid without vexatious
delays or technical objections.
(0- THE subscriber having been appointed
Agent for the above named Companies, is fully
authorized to take risks on the lowest terms.
DANIEL. J. DAY,
nov9 52 Water street.


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


James Harper, Abraham Van Nest,
John B Lasala, Silas M Crandall,
John J Boyd, William B Cozzens,
Edward Richardson5 Charles L Vose,
James Phalen, Joseph B Nones,
John J Herrick, John F Butterworth,
George C De Kay, Samuel -herwood,
Samuel A Lawrence, Zadock Pratt,
Tlieodore A Meyer, Herman D Gould,
William P Furemis, Joseph S. Smith,
John T Gifchrist, Elias T Aldrich,
Loring Andrews, Lawrence Hill,
Cyrus Chenery, Thomas Monahan,
George Whitaker, William H rownsend,
James H Snydam, Amos No es,
George Palen, John Breasted,
William Burgoyne, Leonard Appleby.
SAMUEL A LAWRENCE, President.
JOSEPH B NONES, Vice President.
LEWIS BENTON, Secretary.
CAPT SAM'L CANDLEl, Marine Inspector.
WILLIAM WELLS, Fire Surveyor.
T HE subscriber, AGENT for the above Com-
pany, is now prepared to receive applications
for Maribe, Inland transportation and Fire risks,
and to issue policies on reasonable terms.
STEPHEN T. SKILLMAN,
33 Water street,


Apalachicola, Nov. 1st, 1844.


NOTICE.-All persons having claims against
the estate of D D Churchill, late of Fanklin
county, deceased, are requested to present the
same duly authenticated, within the time pre-
scribed by law, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery; and all persroins indebted
to said estate are requested, to make immediate
payment. B. ELLISON, Administrator.
Apalachicola, Dec. 28th, 1844.-2m


UST received-1000 pre Men's Kip Brogans;
1000 prs Russett Brogans, for Negroes;
500 do Heavy Kip, (unbound) for do.
S For sale bv F KOPMAN,
decl14 Chestnut street. etr Water.


C OFFE-150 sacks Rio; 25 sacks Java.
For sale by
WYLIE McKENEZIE,
def21 ; 47 Water etre~t.


Fall anUt Winter Arrangewent.
.THE U. S.; Mail steamer SIREN,
will leave Apalacbieola, ever
S TUESDAY ari SA TURDAt
night at 12 o'clock.
Leaves Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAr
and SUNDAY evenings at 8 o'clock, and Chat-
tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAY aUl t
o'clock, M.
VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLUSS,
o14 Contractor.


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


FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fine fast-


FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fine farst-
sailing ship TAROLINTA, Smith., mas-
A ter, having two-thirds of her cargo en-
gaged and going on board, will have despatch.
For freight or passage, apply to
dec14 J DAY & CO., Water rt.


FOR BOSTON.-~-The new fast sail-


FOR BOSTON.--The new fast sail-
ing ship ELEMENT, Turner, rmatet.
a can take a few bales on deck, for freight
ot which, or passage, apply to
dec21 D B WOOD & CO., 29 Water st.
FOR BOSTON-The bark ZAIDA,
Chapman, master, will meet with des-
p tch. For freight on deck or passage
ap ly to D B WOOD & CO,
dec28 29 Water street.
FOR BOST''ON-'The last sailing bark
TIBERIUS, Howes, master, will meet
Ak with despatch For freight on deck or
passage apply to the master, or to
dec21 D B WOOD & CO., 29 Water st.
FOR BOSTON-The bark QUI,-
A^^ BAUG, Fulton, master, will meet with
a immediate despatch. For passage only;
apply to D B WOOD & CO.,
dec2t 29 Water street.


FOR BOSTON-The brig CERES;
Sawyer, master, can take a few bales of
cotton on deck, for freight of which, or
passage, apply to D B WOOD & Co.,
dec28 29 Water street.


FOR BOSTON- To sail Me 30th met.


FOR BOSTON- To sail the 30th inst.
The fast sailing new btig YUCATON,
Baker, master, will sail as above. For
freiglit on deck or passage, apply to
dec21 D B WOOD & CO., 29 Water st.


FOR BOSTON-The ship MARY


FOR BOSTON-The ship MARY
'ZRANCES, Jewett, Master, will meet
. with immediate despatch. For freight
oi a lew bales on deck, or passage, apply to
D. B. WOOD & Co;
dlec7 29 Water street:


FOR NEW YORK-Star Line-The
'ast sailing barque ELIZA, Talbot, rilas-
ter, will have despatch; For freight or
passage, apply to the master. or to
McKAY & HARTSHORNE,
dec14 40 Water street.


FOR NEW YORK.-The fine new
,op"emed and copper fastened barque
a lHiRAM W. TYLER, John Tyler, mas.
ter. For freight or passage, apply tO
dec28 C ROGERS & Co;


FOR SALE.-The' House situated on
Commerce street, directly in the rear of
." 1:.Store No. 28 Water street, commonly
knmwii as Tom Davis' House." It is a very
convenient House having five rooms, a kitclien,
a good yard and a fine well of water on the pre-
mises. The said house will be sold very reason.
able, and is free from all incumberances.
For further particulars apply to

decl4 THOS. DAVIS, Commerce st.
s FOR RENT.-Two pleasant front Offi-
ces in Store No. 22 Water street.
flectJ Apply to J DAY & CO.,
uect4 52 Water street.


E FOR RENT.-The Building oft Com-
rmerce street, lately occupied by S R Ford
as a Marble Work Shop. Possession given
immediately. For particulars inquire of
MILTON SCOTT,
dec7 .t Waverly House.


Drugs, Medicines, &c.
'T H E subscriber has recently recei-
ved from New York a large addition:
to his stock of DRUGS and MlED.
CINES, which makes his assort-
ment as fully as any other establish'
ment in the Southern Country, among which
are ihe following articles:
3000 lbs Epsom Salts ; 200' galls Castor
20 rf ce Castor Ol, qua its, pints, and j
200 lbs Gum Camphor; $(lbs Calomel;
30 doz Spirus Turpentine;
300 lbs Roll Sulphur; 2000 bs Coperas;
30 doz Calomel in Vials;
300 ls Cream Th'"tar; 50 doz Opodeldoc;
50 do; Bri'ish oil; 500 Race Ginger;
200 lbs Indigo; 50 doz Latidnum;
100 doz Batetnan's Drops;
50 Parageric and Peppermint;
20 lbs Nut Megs; 15 kegs Pearl Ash;
3 groce Seidltz and Soda Powders;
5 boxes Houck's Panacea;
50 ozs Snlph Quinine; 40 doz Ink;
100 groce Bottle Corks; 30 boxes Starch;
50 dozScotch Snuff; 50 do Maceaboy;
50 Soaps, assorted;
50 boxes Lemon Syrup p
15 bakets Oliv, Oil;
2 groce Yeast Powders;
30 doz Stoughten Bitters.
All orders from the country promptly attew:
ded to. B. S. HAWLEY.


N EW GOODS per Barque Eliza.
'250 twilled Red Flannel Shirts;
-300 pairs of Negro Pants;
75 pair Satinett Papts;
200 twilled striped Cotton Shirtdi.
100 Check, Cotton and Linen bosoMt da
For sale very low by
de-21 F KOPMAN.
NAILS & IRON -100 cks Nails;
20 tons assorted Swedes Iron;
5 do do Englisfi do;
For sale by
WM C PORTER & CO..
der21 41 Water street.
FOR SALE.-A prime article of "Chenangoa
county" N. Y., Biutter, by
COURSE, STONE & CO.,
dec21 46 Water. stpet,


-. .U___ ~_~ .~..~..~- ,----- .ru; -~-- "


.& FOR LIVERPOOL.-The ship TAL.
LAHASSEE, S D Hadley, master, will
meet with despatch. For freight, apply
to the master, or to J DAY & CO.,
dec28 52: Water street
FOR LIVERPOOL.-Thp superior
British barque COVENANT:R, Car.
penter, master, having a part of het
cargo engaged, will have despatch. For freight
apply to J DAY & CO.,
dec28 52 Water street,


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


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


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


I


nov5 6m







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I~~~~~ '9 ~_~ __


SJ ItY QGOO S!
fl [T -subscribers have received by late arri.
., Vals from New York and Boston, in addi.
on. to their former stock a large and general
assortment of Dry Goods consisting in part of
Negro Kersevs 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 Osjpaburgs;
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 figur'd Silks;
Super Balzarines and Eariston Ginghams ;
Super Woolen Shawls and Fancy Hdkfs;
Silk and Cotton Hdkfs;
Super Irish Linen Shirting;
Diaper, Dowlas and Table Linen;
Plain and figur'd Swiss Muslin ;
Cambric, Jackonet and Checked Muslin;
Ladies' Hose and gents Half Hose ;
Sewing Silk and Spool Cotton ;
Thread, Tape, Pilts and Needles.
Which they offer at wholesale or retail on fa.
vorable terms.
decl4 WILLIAM G PORTER & CO.

NEW GOODS!
Wholesale and Retail!! I
J STEVENSON & CO. offer for sale, at their
old stand, the most extensive and general
assortment of Goods they have ever before had in
this market. They respectfully invite their
friends, country merchants, and the public gen-
erally, to give their stock an examination before
purchasing elsewhere. This stock consists in
part of, viz:
Super black French Cloths,
Medium, black, blue and invisible green do,
Super black French and English Cassimeres,
Do fancy and Doeskin .do,
3-4 and.6-4 Tweeds and Beaver Cloths,
Super Silk, Satin and Plaid Velvet Vestings,
Rich Cashmere de Cosse and Mouslin de Laines,
Rich plaid and figured Silks, black Lustring and
Senshaw do, --
Black and fig'd Alpaca, Merino and Balzarine
-Chusans and rich Cashmere de Cosse Prints,'
Fine Earlston and Manchester Ginghams,
Jackonett, Swiss, Plaid, Lace and Book Mushns,
Cambric, fig'd nett, fig'd cap, and other do,
Thread Lace, Thread Edging, Bobbins do, Tapes,
&c. &c.
Lisle Lace and Edging, black Silk and Cotton
Lace, &c. &c.
Scotch and Russia Diapers, Crash and Hhuckaback
Napkins, Table and Toilet Covers,'-
Also-A large assortment of Domestic Goods, 3-4
to 5.4 Brown Homespuns.
Bleached Sheeting and 5-4 to 12-4 sheeting, Osna-
burgs,
Twill'd Jeans, Shirting Stripes, Satinetts, Ken-
tucky Jeans,
Negro Kerseys, Linseys, 9.4 to 12-4 Whitney
Blankets,
9-4 to 12-4 white Massachusetts Quilts, Mosquito
Netting, &c &c.
Also-An assortment of Hats and Caps,
Ashland, Sporting, Cassimere, Russia, Rabbit and
Other kinds.
Cloth and Glazed Caps, Boys and Children's fancy
Caps.
Also-An assortment of Boots and Shoes, coarse
Brogans, Mens' lined and bound do,
Gents tine Calf sew'd and other Boots,
Ladies fine Kid Slips, Walking Shoes, Gaiters,
Buskins, &c. &c.
Together with a great variety of Fancy Articles,
such as Ladies' Fancy Work Baskets and Boxes,
Hair Brushes, fancy Soaps, extra German Cologne,
Gold and Silver Pencils, Tortoise Shell, Tucking
and Side Combs, Ridding, Buffalo and other do,
Ladies' Silk Purses, Hair Pins, Artificial Flowers,,
Bonnet Caps, &c. &c., with a great many other-
articles usually kept in a dry goods establishment,
all of which will be sold upon the most pleasing
terms for cash or city acceptance.
Apalachicola, Nov. 16, 1844.
Hardware, Tinware, &c.
ROBERT S, 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:
]esk, Trunk, Chest and Till Locks:
Knobs and Norfolk Latches: Screws:
Butts and Strap Hinges: Blind Trimmings:
Shutter and Door Bolts: Tacks and Brads:
Files g 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'sand Butcher's do:
Tea and hand Bells: Castors: Candlesticks:
Britania Tea and Coffee Pots: Spoons:.
Ladles: Lamps: Spittoons, &c:
TIN WARE-Plain and Japanned a general as-
sortment, wholesale and retail:
CASTINGS-Hollow Ware:
Cook and Parlour Stoves:
Sugar Kettles and Mills:
SCauldron Kettles 30 to 150 gallons:
Plough Points: Sad Irons, &c:
,1RON AND STEEL-German, English, Blis-
ter and Cast Steel;
Square, round and flat English, American, and
S '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. 1Roofing done in Tin or Copper-black-
smithing as usual all on moderate terms for cash.
Apalachicola, Nov. 22, 1844.
50" HALF hbbl Fulton Market Beef; |
S50 bbls Prime do;
50 do Mess do;
For sale by. W A WOOD,
nov30 23 Water street.
W"TINDOW GLASS.-Just received 75 box*
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,
dec14 cor Centre and Commerce sts.
25 BBLS NAVY BREAD;
15 do Pilot Bread;
10 hf bbls Butter Crackers;
do Sugar do;
5 bbls Pecan N,,ts;
10 do Dried Apples, for sale by
S. E B'WHITMARSH,
decet4 29j Water street.


NEW GOODS!
W 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;
Canton. 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 Casitmeres;
Fancy Vestings; Soaps and Perfumery
Shell, Horn and Ivory Combs;
Fine Silk and Nutria Hats;
Silk, Velvet and Cloth Caps;
Hair, Seal and Sealett Caps;
Kip Brogans; Russet do;
Boy's sewed and pegged Brogans ;
Ladies' fine Kid and Calf Shoes ;
Gent's fine and coarse Boots;
A full assor't of table and pocket Cutlery;
Feather Fly Dusters; Green Blinds;
Hemp and Cotton Seine Twine ;
Look ing Glasses, assorted ;
Wood Ware of all descriptions;
Crockery and Glass Ware ;
Transparent Window Shades;
Saddles, Bridles and Saddle Bags ;
J 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.
ings-
Calicos, of all descriptions,
Crape de Laines,
Cashmere de Ecosse,
Hosiery, of all descriptions,
Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs,
Flanmrels, Apron Checks,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings,
Umbrellas and Shades,
Mitts, Gloves, Cuffs, &c. &c.
Over, Dress and Frock Coats,
Cassimere and Satinett Pants,
Silk and Fancy Vests,
Flannel, Muslin and Hickory Shirts,
Negro Pants, Jackets, &c. &c.
Calf, Seal and Water Proof Boots,
Calf, Kip and Russett Brograns,
Ladies' fine, cot'd and black Kid Slippers,
Walking Shoes,
cold and bl'k Gaiter Boots,
Variety of Misses and Childrens' Shoes and
Bootees.
Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats,
Hunting Hats,
Caps of all descriptions.
Superior Black Cloth,
Cassimeres and Tweeds,
Black Satin Vestings.
Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery.
Together with a variety of other Goods too nu-
merous to mention, all of which he will sell as
low as any other establishment in this city. He
respectfully invites you to call and examine for
yourselves, and he is satisfied that be can offer
such inducements that will insure him a share of
your patronage.
FRANCIS KOPMAN,
Old stand, Baltzell's Buildings.
Apalachicola, Nov. 1, 1844.


0 HHDS New Orleans Sugar;
.10 5 do St. Croix do., for sale by
AVERY & JONES,
dec21 .24 Water street.
OFFEE-20 sks Havana Coffee, for sale low
to close a consignment, by
NURSE, STONE & CO.,
dec21 46 Water street.


COTTON SAMPLE PAPER.-Of all sizes
and colors, for sale by J C ALLEN,
decl14 cor of Commerce and Centre sts.
PAINTER WANTED.-A good SIGN PAIN-
TER will find steady employment and, good
wages, by applying to JAS GIBSON,
dec21 Commerce street.
5 O bbis Whiskey; 75 do Flour;
50 10 do Molasses, for sale by
AVERY & JONES,
dec21 24 Water street.
FOR SALE.-A prime article of "Chenango
county" N.Y., Butter, by
NOURSE, STONE & CO..,
dec21 46 Water street..


Win. H. Kimbrough & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 94 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla.
T HE undersigned, successors to KIMBROUGH
& RIDGWAY, will continue business in this
city, at their old stand, under the above name.
Thankful. for the liberal patronage heretofore ex-
tended to us, we again offer our services to our
friends, and by strict attention and low charges,
we hope to receive a full share of business in our
line.
03- 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. KIMBROUGH,
H. B. KIMBROUGH.
Apalachicola, Nov. 20, 1844. nov30

Staple and Fancy Dry Goods!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !!
THE subscriber respectfully gives notice, that
he has REMOVED his stock of Goods to
the newbuilding, corner of Center and Commer-
ce s s, (known as Capt. Simmon's Buildings,)
who e offers for sale at reduce prices, a large
and general assortment of fresh STAPLE and
FANCY GOODS, direct from New York, con.
sistink in part of:-
Black and colored Silks,
Allapaca, Alapeene and Shalla,
Casmerett and Muslin de Lane,
Calicos of new patterns,
Muslin, Linen, Diaper, Shawls,
Fringe Laces, Gimps Fringe, Corsetts,
Parasols, Ribbons, Cords, Beads,
Silk and Cotton Hose,
And a variety of other fancy articles.
Also-Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, Domestics,
Hats, Caps, Toys, ,c., &c.
To which additional supplies will occasionally
received during the business season, all of which
will be sold at a small advance, for cash.
nov9 tf N. SEYMOUR.


Apalachicola, Oct. 26, 1844.
Ship Chandlery, &c.
WT A. WOOD, 23 Water street, offers for
S* sale
Cordage. Blocks, Oars, Oakum,
Rigging Leather, Pump do., Hooks,
Thimbles. Handspikes, Capstain Bars,
Sewing Mallets, Marline Spikes,
Can, Boat, Box, Bale and Fish Hooks,
Hand Pumps, Deck Buckets,
Draw do, Cedar do., Tin Funnels,
Iron Shovels, Scrub Brushes, Mops1
Hickory, Luch and Corn Brooms,
Signal and Horn Lanterns, Scrapers,
Caulking Irons, Making Irons,
Axchannell's Fish Lines, Parslino,
Nails cut, Scupper do., Copper do.,
Pump Tacks, Screws, Tar, Pitch,
Turpentine Oila. Augers, Gimblets,
Hooks and Staples, Files, Gridirons,
Caulking Mallets, Chalk, Tormenters,
Coffee and Pepper Mills, Cork Screws,
Dust and Shoe Brushes, Coffee Pots,
Bellows, Tabl. and Tea Spoons,
Knives and Forks, Carving do.,
Dishes, Mugs, Basins, Lamp Feeders,
Candles, Tea Canisters, Dust Pans,
Russia, English and American Duck,
Raven's do. Axes, Compasses,
Sewing, Seine and Sail Twine,
Marline, Sheaths and Belts,
Sail, Bagging and Sewing Needles,
White Lead, Red Lead, Black Paintf
Yellow Ochre, Verdigris. Putty,
Paint and Tar Brushes, Varnish,
Dividers, Pen Knives, Log Books,
Log Slates and Pencils, Hand Lines,
Paper and Quils, Ink, Tin Ware,
Deep Sea Lines, Hand Leads, Crockery,
Deep Sea Leads, Yeast Powders,
Jack Screws, Spunyarn,
Packing Yarn. nov30


Cabinet Furniture, &c.
p HO BERT, No. 42 Water street-Up stairs;
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 Centre, folding and
Card Tables;
Curl'd Maple fancy and Windsor Chairs;
Mahogany spring seat Rocking Chairs;
Curl'd maple do, with cane back and seat;
Boston and Fancy Rocking Chairs.
Also, a large assortment of splendid Mahogany
and Gilt frame LOOKING GLASSES, all of
which he offers for sale very low, for Cash.
Apalachicola, Nov. 30, 1844.


Stationery, Cutlery, &c.
A GENERAL assortment of Blank Books,
Stationery, Cutlery, Perfumary, Fancy
Goods, &c., &c., among which are the follovingmr
Writing, Letter and Accotot Paper j
Envelope, Note and Wrapping Paper *f
Ledgers; Journals;
Cash, Invoice and Day Books ;
Quills; Ink and Ink Staonds
Bills Lading and Manifests;
Memorandum Books; Almanacs ;
Wafers; Sealing; Wax;* ifnk Powder
Spelling Books; Dictionaries
Geographies and Atlasses;;
Prayer Books and Bibles ;:
Annuals for 1845; Pocket Knives;
Watts' and Methodist Hymns.;-
Playing Cards all qualities;
Goldand Silver Pencil Cases;
Ivory and Shell Combs ;
Blacking and Brushes;
Lead Pencils and Pencil Points ;
Fish Books and Lines;
Razors and Straps; Shaving Brushes;
Hair, Cloth and Teeth Biushes ;
Steel Pen-; Colognes;
Sqaps and Hair Oils ;
Lamp Glasses and Wicks ;
Pocket Books and Wallets ;
Port Folios; Backgammon Boards;
Silver and Steel Spectacles;
Silk and' Cottoft Purses ;
Music Boxes, &c., &c.
For sale at reduced prices by
dec7 B. S. HAWLEY.


fThI~t "^Ib'UL A K KTXff"Y XT k.%- T


THE POPULAR REMEDY IN THE SOUTH
AND WEST FOR FEVER & AGUE.


GROCERIES,
Wholesale and Retail.
W7M S. DAMEREL. 50 Water street, is
now receiving per Ship Florence, a stock
of Goods, embracing among others, the follow-
ing articles which he offers at reasonable prices :
Rio Coffee;
Sugar, West India and Refined Loaf;
Northern Flour in bbls and half bbls ;
Buckwheat Meal in 8ths and quarters;
Mackerel in bbls, halves and quarters;
Newark Cider and Vinegar;
Cegars and Tobacco of various qualities ;
Snuff in bottles and bladders ;
Pipe Powls; Sperm Candles and Oil;
Soap; Cognac Brandy; Holland Gin;
Syrup and French Cordials and Wines;
Brandy ; Gin; Rum ; Domestics;
Cheese; Butter; Preserves; Pickles;
Spices, East India Bagging;
Manilla and Kentucky Bale Rope;
Manilla and Kentucy Twine;
Kentucky Packing Yarn; Nails;
4Sikes; Bar Iron and Steel;
Smoothing Irons and Fire Dogs;
Waggon Boxes; Trace Chains;
Cotton Hoes ; Collins' Axes ;
Table pnd Pocket Cuttlry i
Guns and Pistols ; Steel Pens ;
Powder; Shot ( Percusion Cap*;
Flints ; Looking Glasses Coffee Mills;
Globe and other Lamps;
Shingling Hatchels;
Boots, Shoes, Brogans in great variety I
Crockery and Glass Ware, &c., &c.


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; Medalions; Miniature Cases;
Gold and Silver Thimbles; Sleeve and Collar
Buttons; Fancy Studs; Purses; Head Ornaments;
Shawl Pins; Velvet Recticules; Scissors; Ra-
zors and Razor Strops; Cigar Cases; Snuff and
Tobacco Boxes; Fine Knives; Tooth, Nail, Hair,
and Lather Brushes; Dressing Combs; Shaving
Soap; Steel Tweezers; Steel Keys and Chains;
Key Rings; Pocket Compasses, &c.
FISHING TACKLE.-Rods, Reels (a fine
article) Grass, Silk, and Fancy Linesi Hooks,
Snells and Floats.
ijr- 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:
Apalachicolai Dec. 1st, 1844. dec7
Thilorliug.
()r TERMS- Cash on Delivery. .q
r,,lz// and Winter Fashions just received.
STIlE subscriber respectfully
Informs the Citizens of Apalachi-
cola1 and its vicinity, that he has
removed his TAILORING ES-
TABLISHMENT to the new
building of Capt; Simmons, corner
of Centre and Commerce street,
and is now prepared, on reason'
able terms-to execute all orders
-- in his line of business, in the latest
and rtlost fashionable styles, and warranted to fit.
N. B.-Boys Garments particularly attended to.
JAS. C. COLEMAN.
Analachicola, Oct. 1st, 1844. o7 tf


Blacksmithing, &c.


THE subscriber respectfully in-
forms the citizens of Apalachicola
and its vicinity, that he has erect-
ed on Comrnmerce (in the rear of
No. 2-2 Watef) street, a BLACK-
SMITH'S SHOP, where he is pre-
pared to execute with neatness and despatch,
and onqthe _noct rea.onable terms, all work in his
line of business, entrusted to h-iscare.
HICHARD PARKER.
Apalachicola, Oct 1yth, 1844-3m


Boot and Shoe Making.
THE subscriber having returned from
S ll New York, with a large and well se-
lected stock of leather of all kinds, is
now prepared at his old Stand on Ches-
nut street, near Commerce, to attend to the above
business in all its varioVs branches. French Call"
Skin Boots and Shoes made to order in the most
fashionable style.
(r-' He has also on hand a supply of French
Gaiter Boots, Calt Skin Shoesand Slippers, which
he offers for sale as lob, if not lower, than any
other house in the city.
nov22 THOMAS CLARK.
Drugs and Medicines.
THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
ass~ctment of DRUGS and MEDI-
CINES, which he will warrant pure
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B.-Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of the day or night.
J C ALLEN,
decl4 cor of Centre and Commerce sts'
SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS.-
Just received a large aid general as-
sortment of the following articles:-
Ladies Saddles of various kinds and qualities;
Gets 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,
Martingalesi Whips, Curb, Snafffe and Dray
Bridles, which he offers for sale at reduced prices
for CASH ONLY PETER HO'BERT,-
nov23 42 Water street-=Up stairs.
UMPB'R INSPECTOR.--The uhdersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lutmber
for the Cotdnty of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
r Office corner Commerce and Forbe" street.
JOHN LUCAS.
Apalachicola, Oct. 15, 1844. o19 tf


RON.-40 tons, comprising a complete assort-
ment of flat, round and square Swedes and
Engl ish Iron, landing from ship Tarolinta.
For sale by J DAY & CO.,
nov30 52 Water street.
BBLS Albany Ale; 25 do Cider;
0 25 boxes Champaigne do
8 bbis Wolsey and Wolsey's Sugar;
5 btbes do do do
20 boxes Codfish; 3 casks London Porter;
10 botes Tobacco; 5 tierces Rice;
50 bo*es Sperm Candles; 5 chests Tea.
For sale by W A WOOD,
nov30.. 23 Water street.
H ARDWAtIE.-10 tons Hollow Ware;
S 10 doz Spades and Shovels;
5 casks 1oes; 10 Anvils and Vices;
-- 20 pair Blacksmith's Bellows;
10' cases Cotton and Woolen Cards.
For sale by WM G PORTER & CO.,
dec1 41 Water street.


LEGAL NOTICES.


Apalachicola District of Floriai.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
D. K. Dodge, Compl't, )
and In Chancery.
James C. Watson, et al. Def'ts. )
T appearing to the Court, from the report of
the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed,
That the following sums are due 6'y the parties
hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments here.
tofore called in, on their stock in the Franklil
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 respee:
tive shares will be sold at public auction, in ac-
cordance with a decree of the Court of Chancery
for the District aforesaid, to pay the several
amounts so due and owing. Sale first Wednes.
day in December next, to wit:
Daniel McDougal, principal and interest, due let
March, 1843.....................$1,660 CO
Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310.61
Burton Hepburn, or his assigns, were
indebted on the same day and year... 972 76
John D. Howell.................... 365 98
By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Carmack,
Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin county,
in the Apalachicola District of Florida.
R. J. MOSES,
Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, August 19, 1844.


Franklin Stipel1o Court.
R J MOSES, administrator, &c.; on John hocke;
dec'd estate, vs. William fH Shephefd.
T HE defendant and all othela interested; will
please take notice, that I hate filed a petition
for foreclosure of mortgage of certain personal
property in the City Hotel, consisting of furni-
ture, &c., and that I will apply for foreclusture of
said mortgage at the next term of the Superior
Court for the county of Franklin.
R J MOSES, administrator,
de bonis non, S&c., on John Locke, dec'd, estate:
Apalachicola, Dec. 20, 1844. dec2 lith
Jackson Superior Couits
Elijah Robins, ?
vs. Attachment for $115 87t
Catherine B. Loftin,)
1H8E Defendant and all others interested are
T notified of the institution of this suit by at-
tachment feturnable to the next Spring term of
the Sutpetiof Court of Jackson county. If they
see fit to do soi they may plead to the declaration
filed in said case. A H BUSH, Pl'tfs Att'y.
Marianna, Not: 18th, 1844. dec7


U 1S Iditshal Sale.
BY virtue of three writs of fi. fa. issued from
the Superior Couirt 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, ort the first Monday
in January next, within the usuial hours of sale,
to the highest bidder for cash. factional lot No.
9, in Block D. front range infhecitvof Apalach.
icolai together with the buildings afd apurte-
nances thereon, as the property of the Southern
Life Insurance and Trust Company tdo' satisfy said
claim. R. MYERS, Marshal.
Apala'hicola, Not. 26, 1844. nSf0. Im


ADIMINISTRATOR9s No' f6a,


N OTI CI.-Six weeks after date, I shtll apple)
to the Honorable W G M Davis, Judge o0
the County COUrt of Franklin county, fof letters
of admiuistfrtion on the estate of Lathfim B ab.
cock, late of said county, deceased.
JAMES A. ABUOIN.
Apalaci'idula, Nov. 26thi 1844. nov.w i,


N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shaf alppI
to the Hon'le Wm. G. M. Davis, Judge ol
the County Cotirt of Franklin county, for lefers
of administration on the estate of Donald Cafiip
bell, late of sid eotintyi deceased.
WILLIAM A. ARCHEt*
Apalac4k'ola', 1ov. 'ith, 1844. nov9 6*


N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall applj
to the Honorable Judge of the County Couri
of Franklin cotrnty, for letters of administration
on the estate of Carlton M. Evans, deceased.
FRANCIS L. MARSHALL.
Apalachicola;,- ov. lfh, 1844. n16 6w
N OTICE.-SiA weeks after date, I shall apply
tf the Hon. W. G. MI. Davis, Judge of, ti
County Court tif Frankrln county, for letters
administration on the estate of David D. Churchill
late of said cotfnty;,- deceased.
IfENJAMIN ELLISON.
Apalacileola, Nov. 1st, 1844. nov5 6vr
OTICE.-Six months after date I will appl3
Nto fhe Hon. Jfilge of the County Court fin
Franklin County, for letters of dismission on tht
estate of William 4Wrriker, senr., late of sak
county, deceased.
WVILLIAM WORRIKER, Jr.. Adm'r.
Apalachicola,; Dec. 10, 1844. dec14 6m
OTICE--Si- months after date I shall apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County '6640 o1
Jackson county for letters of dismissiori Ilb'fftie
administration on the estate of Sampson'lPpe,
laft of said county deceased.
SARAH H. POPE,-Adin'."
Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3-1tn


OTICE.-All persons having-clims agkibst
AMORY ROGERS, late of Franklin dc itfy,
deceased, are requested to present the sam'r'ddily
: authenticated, within the time prescribeld'yl law
or this notice will be plead' in ;lat of thelf' r-
covery; and all persons indelbted1to said estate atr'
requested to make immediate payment.
B T CARO, Admitiistratd'.
Apalachicola, Nov. 20h,-1844.- n23 6Wr
OTICE.-All persons-having claims agaiti't
Isaac Jackson,l1htb of' Jaestft County, de-"
ceased, are required tb present the same duly adi.
thenticated, to the s-lbseriberit, within the tith,
prescribed by la.,-or'thif'ndfite will be plead'in'
bar of their recovery'.' All' ptesons indebted to
said estate are req estid to maike immediate set.
tlement. HENRY JACKSON, Adiffi- -
STEPHEN JACKSON,- A
Jackson County, Oct.- 26, 1844. o2M 2
D ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.--
The Co.Partnership heretofore existing un--
der the name and style of "HOY & LAW.
RENCE," Carpenters, is this day disolved by
mutual consent. All claims due by said firm are
requested to be presented, and those indebted to
make payment to Ebenezar Hoyt, who will con-
tinue the above business on his account, the name
of the firm to be used in liquidation only.
(Signed) EBENEZAR HOYT,
WM C LA ENCE.
Apalachicola, Dec. 17, 1844 dIc2l 2=.


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G -LLiGtAA'o vcgctbie r U c. .i,.uE
PILLS, a certain and lasting cure tor that
disease. For sale by J C ALLEN,
dec21 cor Centre and Commerce streets&


Fashionable Tailoring.
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 tanner, 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.


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VOLUME II.] APALACHlCOLA SATURDAY
DECEMBER 28 1844. FNTTMRV.P K Q
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iMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, CAR S. CARDS.I I From the American Republican.WHAT =-taste, to the gratitude, the respect and the flec

SATURDAYS tion of the parishoners. Arches of
PUBLISHED A PITY IT IS HE DRINKS evergreens
BY JEREMIAH; D AY. DANIEL 1 DAY. N. YORK N. ORLEANS COLUMBUS, &.c..c. decorated witK flowers, emblems, and appropriate :

iJ9)l.I1] 'J :I 3t D. I. W"1ifJAi1, J. Day & Co., Do you know the nice young mac, mottoes met the eye in every direction, so that
wm & w&.mWm&i That lives across the way 1 when the bridal i issued
procession from
BafieifiTBaildingi, corner tt COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i The the house,
9 Jul.a
.5cf third story & Chestnut street, also, Agents for the i JVb. 136 Water *80 Pine street. He's accomplished courting now lady they, Van: the numerous assemblage of those who had thus
Commerce GEORGIA INSURANCE & TRUST CO., I NEW YORK, Yes, he's tooble fellow, say toiled in their'labor of love was at once gladdened

DOLLARS. PE& ANNUM, and PHILANDER KIMBALL, Proprietor.T. So every body thinks, by the surprise and gratification which this their
*IT THREE ADVANCE. "1 TNA INSURANCE" and "PROTECTION But then he will get mellow, testimony ofrespect, afforded In the best spirit

PAYABLE Iff INSURANCE" COMPANIES, E. Lindenberffer & Co., What a pity it is he drinks! that: could make a due return for such exertIOns'th

.... of Harlford,.Conn., COTTON FACTORSand He's a man of gifted mind procession, consisting of twelve couples,
CARDS. No. 52 Water street, His heart's an earthly HesVn walked through part of thq village to the church

nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And every feeling is refined, :amidst the hearty congratulations and prayers of

BElliaotl k o., B. F. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W: Brooks, No. 5 Canal street Row, That God to him has giv'n many hundreds who crowded to the church to
MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, NEW ORLEANS. No intellect is quicker, witness the gratifying ceremony, which was mOltimpressively
DiaLERS COMMSSIO IV MERCHANTS, Ndurse, Stdne & Co., Wine H. Brodie; In every thing he thinks; performed by RejV. Frederick Harris

ASD So. 33 Water street, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, D. P. Hogue, But ah! he loves the liquor, the brother of the bridegroom.!; Never was therea
Apalachicola Fla. also, .Atnt..for the R. T. Birchett, } What a pity it is he drinks! more impressive scene than what that simple!

-drelly CONTRIBUTIONSHIP FIRE INSURANCE T. E. Lindenberger, nov23 6m I I'm told that Julia now, village church then presented; .The relations,

vrm. G. Pdrfl&r &COMMISSION Co. Company, of JVew York, J. L. Hodges, -J. S. Davis. Is jealous of the youth; the friends, the neighbors! the companions the
DEALERS IN GOODS AND No. 46 Water street, Not\ jealous of bis solemn vow. rustics watching; with the deepest earnestness!

MERCHANTS. novl lalachicola, Fla. Davis & Hodges, For he's a man of truth; every word of the service, and applying it to her
No. 41 Water Street, COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION But jealous of his throttle M.
whom they ell had known from the cn le.
Fla. ,
acre ly Apalachicola, Ilarper & Holmes, MERCHANTS. For every body thinks "In the> evening a festival waS got up j, die

Charles L. Lc"ar DtWHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ..l40 Poydras street, New Orleans. He What loves a the pity brandy it is he buttle drinks! whole parish, headed by Mr. Dodd, of Doddle:

GROCER also, OJ3h: Refers to-Jag! F Farrior, Apalachicola Fla. ston-hall, and his kind and amiable family; whose

andCOMMISSION Agents for the He's a very moral man, exertions had been indefatigable. The whole
MERCHANT, SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, e Thomas Bertram, And honest too they say; parish might truly be said to be present; and,under -

No. 30 Water street, of the City of New York, COMMISSION MERCHANT, He's very gen'rous when he can a tent, most tastefully fitted up, a universal
No. 51 Water street, No. 54 Common street. Give any thing away; tea "-
Fla; -drinking, most liberally supplied, to which
Apalachicola,
ov23 novfl; NEW But then at church he's noddy
W. n. _Apalachicola, Fla. ORLEANS. novl ly And every person. tHinks: the reverend gentleman!; with his family and.

iIC. W. SIMS. 'V I. CUEEv Stephen T. Skill mati; Andrew, S. Cooke, He takes too much of toddy, friends,resorted. The heartiness and affectionate
Sims h Ghc&er COMMISSION MERCHANT, COMMISSION. MERCHANT What a pity it is he drinks! enthusiasm which hailed them exceeded all de
,
MERCHANTS scription, and the there
; evening was passed
COMMISSION also, No. 5 Canal, cor. Tchoupitoulas st. Tho' fair Julia seeks her glass, upon
[CO'dect4 Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings, Agent for the .. New Orleans, La. To view her sparkling eyes; the green turf with as much joyousness and pleasure
Fli.T suited occasion and the
Apalachicola, as so happy an expression *
CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE CO.; Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, That every gay and lovely lass "
of kind and
J. SA"ro1\D. M. M. BtrttCOMMISSION of the City of&-Yew York. jan15 tlnov Apalachicola, Fla. Is pleased to recognize; every grateful feeling.
He is condemnM by l lasses
ndtt No. 33 Water street-Up stairs The modern titles of Damatia and Montebett&& '
Sanfdht a Edw'd. C. Center & Co., With many winks and blinks; i
; TS nov5 Apalachicola; Fla.COMMISSION Because of Moscow and Tarentum in ,ti\
MERCHAN" ; GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, he's fond of glasses, are glorious harmony ,
No. 2 Columbus Boildinss, McKOf: JItrtshorn Mobile, Ala. What a pity it is he drinks! with the warlike name of Crillon and De J.
Apalachicnlii: Fla. ; Broglie. The sovereign line of Montmorenci,
and Remittances But tho nice
c\t.U MERCHANTS, ocr Cpllections promptly at. he's.ft young man,
Luxembourg Laval and Beaumont. The t
tended to. So full of life and princely
:
joy
Writ T'Todd, No. 40 Water street, house of Cramunt still recruits the with : ,
Refers to-:Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne, 'Tis whisper'd that old Miser Van army use .
COMMISSION MERCHANT, oct2G Apalachicola, Florida o'ct26 6m Fla. Don't like the favor'd boy; ful soldiers, who burn to emulate the deed of : ,
No.33 Water street, Apaldchicola, And why ?--be still, you'll hear it- their ancestors at Fontenoy. The NoaiJles,Dukes f '
DtY2,1 Apalachicola. \\ A. & p: C. Kain, SH&PARD T. LIPPINCOTTVt.. H. WYATT. Because the old man thinks of Noailles!,Mouchy, Ayen,and De Poix,numbering

tIlA- A GRECX, CHAS. H. CONNKRV.Green COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Liflpincott I Wyatt. He i'to full of SPIRIT, four Marshals of France in three generations,' '
A Joiinery, Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings, GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS What a pity it is he drinks are still extant to serve and do her honor. It is !

COMMISSION. MERCHANTS, oct2Q: Apalachicola, Fla.R. No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas St., THE DUTY OK MOTHERS: true that, amidst troubles and distractions, some W r-
NEW ORLEANS. high names have passed The last of the
ap20 ly .
No. 23 Water street; t. 'odd Train'up child in the he away.
B. ,, & Cot a way should go, and Brissacs butchered at Versailles. The .
, oil tv Apalachicola, Fla GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J. Wi Woodland & Co. when he is old he will not depart from it." lace was of: Lorraine, with all its splendid imperial recollections t'

;;II. CHr.'TER. EPOALY \fcGlUEF No. 29 Water street. COMMISSION MERCHANTS; [Solomon. of the Guises and Mayenne of Joyeusrf 11
Chester V lc Griff; nov5 Apalachicola: FU. No. 19 Commerce street, Solomon, though he lived in a heathen age, and Aumale, is within the last half century extinct
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, New Orleans, La. novl ly said many good things that would be worthy of But the streets of Paris still nightly echo
No. 50 Water street. Wm. H. Kimbrough, H. B..Kimbrough. praise in philosophers and moralists of the present la
Jas. L. Francis; to names which stir the heart like a trumpet._ : ,
n0rl6 Apalachicola Fla.,! Witi. II. Kimtriough & Co., MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER time; and if some of his wise maxim were Rohan and De Sabran, Clemont, Tonnerre, and
COMMISSION & FORWARDINGMERCHANTS. better understood and practised by people generally Gontaut.BironI1e Beauffremont, and De Luynesp
\v. A Wood JVb. 2'26l Bowery near Rioington st.NEWfoRK. .
: the state of society would become much better H
De and De Nor l
Coigny, Montesquion. was it
.
COMMISSION. FORWAtlWNG MERCHANT; Office No. 25 Water street-U stairs, \ novl ly than what it now is. Especially, if parents would not without account among a light people, are \

AND SHIP CHANDLER, Apalachicola, Fla. pay more regard to them in bringing up their the materials deficient of a brilliant and fascinating I
New York N Orleans and Miscellaneous
No. 23 Water street, : w iti their and '
children- cultivating tender
Acj* LiBeral advances on cotton consigned to young Court. The wit, the grace, the beauty for '
ep30 Apalachicola, Fa: their friends in New York; Boston, Liverpool or ADVERTISEMENTS. minds, many would be spared the shame and disgrace which old France was so famous, are still continued I

d Jones, Havre. oct26 JPIIINT of seeing them grow up around them, a in the great house of De. Castellane. The
Avery t WAREHOUSE curse to themselves, and a dishonor: to society. t
daughters!; of the Chateaubriand are still as,lovely
\VlJOLES L J.: GROCERS. ..Snlter
o Benjamin IN NEW YORK The responsibility resting upon parents in the as Frahcoise de Foix. There!re still fair ladiesas l
Ho.21 Water street. COMMISSION( MERCHANT, T6 the Southern and Interior education of their children is of
trade consideration
supply City, one great who ever
a's intermarried
Anitach 'nk. FI!; gently born with
Bnv23 street stairs any
No. 32 Water -Up b$ the Piece or Package. ; and the writer has long desired to see the chivalric of La
Tremoille to watcb
: Samuel Stehieir. nov3d Apalachicola, Fla. No. 44 Cedar stfeet, near William. something upon the subject from some pe.n better over the interests lineage of its useful offsprings.L'es- l

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL( GROCER, & aRE\VS'fER give notice to qualified to do it justice than his own. But as prit de Montemart,' that which enhanced the
John Muni.
attention patd to pduin up family, Charles R:>;.ce oj. : LEE this desire has not been gratified, and feeling as I .
ParticuUr
J> in DRY GOODS, that they have re- :u;>erb charms of De Mnntespan, has lost nothing
steamboat and sHip stores. Chas. Rogers & Co., moved thf>WAREHOUSE for PRINTED do a deep interest in the welfare of society, and of its renown in the graceful persons of its present

No. 49 Water street COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CALICOES EXCLUSIVELY, from Pearl, to especially in the happiness of the young, I have representatives. But all these elements of elegance t

dec2l Apalachicola, FIt rater street, No. 44 Cedar street. By confining their attentionto thought proper, jut will not be considered egotistical and courtesy, all these means to dazzle and )

Fltcti & iVordtii novSO Apalachicola, Fla. PRINTS ONLY, Messrs E. & B., are enabledto in one so inexperienced, to pen down a few to win, all these. appliances of polish and refine- '

DEALERS WATCftES JEWELRY, &c., -- tocktidrt Young r exhibit an assortment far suppassing any ever thoughts for"the public eye, concerning"the dutyof ment, are now neutralized by the alienation of
& mothers.
also, siLVEit ini PLATED WARE, before offered in America; and to sell at prices as the Faubourg from tOe Tuillenes.Of .
GOdlJS Ace. Ace.ftv COMMISSION and FORWARDING lower than those whose In performing this work, I shall lay no claim
FANCY !: low, and generally attention a different school is the only other extract '
Store corner of Watt- and Centre streets.Apdlachicola. MERCHANT, i is divided among a large variety of articles. to superior wisdom,or great sagacity of understanding we can give t -day. It is admirable(. ilIus"fr'atiC'n -
Fla. No. 53 Water street, ; but I shall endeavor to speak in a plain and
thousand
I jc7 The stock consists of several patterns of the title of the volum in which it is contained
B. S. IIIt1tleYIVHOLD..L& ; ncv39: Apalachicola, Fla. and colors, embracing every vafiety of AMERICAN comprehensive manner,and draw my illustration -historic in its facts, fanciful in its man
AND FOREIGN PRINTS in market from facts, and the every day occurrences of domestic classics that have
Where in the
; ner. inspiredthe
\ AND R&TAIL, Ls. Fr. !il. E. D lisas, life and should remarks be the means
; my .
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, FACTOR AND COMMISSION many styles of which ate got up exclusively for of mother author, shall we find anything more charming
to better of
leading
a understanding
any
their own sales, and cannot be obtained elsewhere than the description of Josephine, more noble
OILS, GLASS, fcc.j &c.cor. MERCHANT, in second hands.De'alers her duty, I shall fell abundantly rewarded for my
than that of !
except Napoleon
of Chestnut and Commerce street.Apalachicola Ko. 30 Watef traet, Apalachicola, Fa. will humble effort. It may be asked, why direct my
Fla. in Prints find it to their interest ".Is it a scene at Athens? There are lamps,
dee7 CCWill make liber advances on consignments to call and examine this stock, before making remarks more particularly to mothers. I answer, of graceful oval, which gives a mellow and shaded
of Cotton his friends in Liverpool, Havre,Marseilles because they are more deeply concerned in the
S. B. Hamiltori* to noo23T. ; purchases elsewhere, for by so doing they will lustre. There are doubled-handed, goblets, such
CLOTHING New York or Charleston. of the lowest mafketprice matter; they have the sole care and management used drain when with A1-
DEALER IN READY MADE have the advantage learning as Socrates to vying .
BOOTS. SHOE HATS, &.c., &.c., ; H. & C. II. Austin* and comparing all the most desirable and of the young faculties..mind when it first begins to develops chibiades. There are servans who bear fruits and
its and from them it receives its
stales in market side side. ; the sound of softest music. There
No. 47 Water street, COMMISSION and FORWARDING fashionable by wines, to art
d7 Apalachicola, FW: MERCHANTS, ocr Catalogues of Prices, corrected with every first imprelsion-impre upon which dependits lyric songs, ,
stairs. variation of the market, are placed in the handsof welfare for life. Therefore it is highly important "With such as these
Office No. 43 Water street-Up !
that should understand their
they rightly smiles from PericlesnThere
J. C. Allen, Apalachicola, Fla. buyers. oct7 tfn Aspasia won sweet
Wholesale! and Retail Dealer in o duty.The are beautiful women with slender for-
consignedto
r DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, fcj- Liberal advances friends nude in New on Cotton York., nov16 BLUE STORES"-TRIANGLE BUILDINGS mother, from the natunl circumstances of heads and tresses,delicately braided .round small f

GLASS, BRUSHES, &c.,Jcc. our Thds. in. Doyle &. ,to. her situation, is capable of doing more,and in fact heads. There are broaches and fibube the deep-, '1
also, does more to form the character of her child, than aadthe sandal with
Ja& F. Farrior, SHIP CdANDLERb'fc GROCERS, bosomed tunic, ys becoming
jf general assortment of & all other circumstances: or means of culture which the red Bonnet and
GENERAL FORWARDING There of.Purygia, I
cornet Front strings. w
Nds. 2 &:. 4 Delord street, of Levee
STATIONARY &c. &c. thrown around it. The which she
BOoKS BLANKS are principles
,
COMMISSION MERCHANT, street the grasshopper in gold. Surely) this roust be
and No. Natchez:
20 ,
at
Centre & Commerce street, in its tender mind in the earliest '
cor. of No. 9 Columbus Block ,, N. ORLEANS. imparts even some Athenian revel, with its accomplished citizens .
-aoS ApaUchicola, Fla. nov9 Ap.ilachicola, Fla. stages of infancy, become so indelibly stampedupon and travelled foreigners. It must be the at

tbitutanll the memory that they cannot be easily era home of some Hetsra, the resorts of the most 1
AtiE RETAIL DEAL-
E. B; \ WHOLES AND
& L. Mitcliel .GO but will have
Tti dicated to
< a great tendency govern .
the learned the most renowned of
most ,
& Richardson,) and polished,
formerly Whitmarth < FORWARDING AND ERS in Paints Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine
RECEIVING its actions throughout life.
; mankind. The slrmetry,the elegance,the luxury
Dealer in Window Glass &.c.Vill keep constantly on
COMMISSION: MERCHANT, ; The mind of a child when it first begins to .
,.I. GOODS GROCERIES CONFECTIONARY No: 37: Water street, hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows: know and understand the nature of things, is of Greece are alf here. The quick rapid suddenness manner .
visible
VEGETABLES & No. 20J Water Street; novg ---. WHITE LEAP -Pure ; more easily im R then at any of thought; the magnetic interchange: of feeling. .
nrl6 ApalachJcoli<<; Fla. White and Reft Lead;dry; Venetian Red; life; therefore it is that principles implanted at these thmgsalsoare not wanting. The conrem-' r
I Wylic &: McKenzie Yellow and Oxford dcree; Ivory Black; that time take a deeper and more permanent root tion too. is liberty and art, of philosophy and the

iclirtcl A. Ittf ft, I COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Chrome Green and Saxon do;, than those which are inculcated when the child theatre. There are of politicians,who rare
AUCTIONEER( AND COMMISSION I IMERCHAS No: 42 Water street, Spanish and French, << Brown; ; Bide Black{ becomes more advanced and i is desirous" to learn. thing? are speaking groups of the people. There are

I Apalachicola. Green and Blue Verditter; Figuratively speaking,the mind of a child is"an others who are discussing victories over tyrants:'

No. 30 Water street, I ALT WYLIE, } Chronic' Yellov* and Orange do; unlettered page of purity, and it depends greatlyon and the h/roic devotion republicans.. But thereis

.,sons _ApalacVicola; Fla; Wit A. McKENZIE sept ly'hontas FINE COLORS:=Ultamarin'e and Cobalt. ; the mother whether this is to be blotted by among them a man far greater than any Athens 0
Yellow Lake an'd Crimson do; t vice and crime, or to bear the beautiful and living

L. W. Sprats ? Preston, Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian Red; characters of virtue and holiness. The young ever" But saw.the lady, who is at little intervals speaking ., 4.{
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR: AT LAW; Cd tMISSIO.N.ana FORWARDING ', ChinesE Vermillion; English do; mind is an intellectual garden,the mother its cultivator laughingly to him, seems all unconscious.

fr:> OfSc, No. 45 Water street-Up stairs. MERCHANT.tiffice Vandyke Brown; Turkery timbre; and it i* for her to say whether the noxi- his or divinity.! She is a sunburnt and'
!
(enteranee on Chestnut street.) No: 32 Water street-up stain. Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York 80; Otis weeds of vice shall grow therein; or the healthy greatness brunette, with large languid and"an :
coquettish eyes
Apalachicola, Fla.ef ocr O'6m Apalachicbla, Fla. Mineral Green of virtue for I believe that "
of the Apalachi- Crocus Martis; ; plants : fully .as a alt of the most indolent repose. There is some-
>Wilt practice in the Courts Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c. general thing, the characters of men are fortned command even in her indo-
Duinet of Gtidsden and Leon thing, however,
J the Courts : D'icitnsox.Pcrrjr
W. C.
VVM. boiled t
Spies Middle District,and the Court of AppealseTllltauee JOEL' Ptit>f Y. OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil ; Do. ; while under the watchful eyes of their mothers.- lence. The mystics of her own land have foretold -'

dec21 ot DlekiRSOI'f Spirit Turpentine) Sperm Oil; .' In this position I am sustained bv some of the that she shall be a Queen, and she loves to f'C \
COMMISSION; MERCHANTS' Paint Brushes fro$ No. 1 to 6,000,000; greatest moralists of the age; for it has been said remember the prophecy. It might be an Egyptian .

W. O. M. Davis, No. 42 Water street-Up staffs; Varnish do. of all l sizes:' by one much wiser than the writer, that ..all' : who had come to see all the arts and wonders \

ATTORNEY AT LAW, no'5 Apalachicola Sash Tools from No. HQ<< 8; BadgerHaff; men who have risen to high; stations in the moral which had forsaken her country; to grace
i6ce i Capj. 'Buildings, cor. of Centre Artists' Sable Firchers, flat and'round;' and religious world, and have been benefactor to : and embellish Athens. Gentle reader, I have,- ... :

,And Commerce m.-Up btairs. John Ii. Hall Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes; their county, have beenj !lessed'with excellent perhaps, betrayed yon by my guesses It i.i is a
> Will .con\mue. as usual, to practice law of the late firm off&JI. Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, 1 f and 1 i!ih long mothers." t:<' ...In' i soiree at the Citoyenne TallIens' in J794. It is

f e Superior Court; his duties as Judge of the Hardee Sf Co., Savannah, Ga.)'' Stock and Ka1. mine Brushes; the first meeting of Napoleon Bonaparte and Jose*
w antj Court,does not interfere with his practice FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Marking Brushes, round and flat';- A Pleating hcidsn&ATJ&nK\i( : : .}i whichhad givethe phine Beauharnab. *

ti..:..d.... Attorney and Couniellor. novSO Office, No. 43 Water street, Scrublng and Shoe brushes; .. following accountoTa'wng i incident in .
-- Apalachicola, Fit. SkeaJfers, Mahogany Stained and Patent do; occurred, a short time before tt a village Married Men.-The more married men you's s
oem I that kingdom called Doddleston. A marriage Voltaire the fewer crimes there Will
'hYo.Gee.. S. Hawklav, Whitewash and M"P do; have, rays ,
lJullNty &. COUNSELLOR AT LAW. I VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do; was to take place between the eldest;daughter of be. Examine the frightful columns of-your erin-
G. RaRe
.
David
(Office-Up slam ,. Cabinet and Furniture do; the Village Pastor and a worthy younr clergyman inal: ealandem-you will there find a hundred >

Na 1 Columbus Block Water street COMMISSION.V DEALER:FORWARDING IN GOODS VIERCHANT, I Mastic, for Polishing Pictures, &e. ; and as all parties'were much beloved by youths executed.foY a one father of a family. .Mar.

'--- Apakehicalt. Fla.A. AND No. 43 Water jtw.t. WINDOW GLASS-2,300 boxI.UIOrted sizes of; the villagers, they deterinin upon. doing something page; renders a man more virtuous and more.wise. .
,
jux39tln Apalachicola, Fl, French English> and American.Mixed handaome to mark the occasion. The paper The father ofa, family is not willing to blush. 'be

G. Sees Paints of all colon,for Steam Boats, saya: fore his children. ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.w4c & Gardner, fth( with a "By the dawniftf: of the happy: morn, every : r
Dodge '
Plantation, use; together
visHef and !i.
i often
Shippinr-and is lov more
.%. o the to the 0Vanity .
2 Capt. Simmon'sCentTe approach:to thfcwUage: to parsonage
Building.. i GROCERS,& COMMISSION MERCHANTS variety of articles in the Painting ln., too num th4 powerful thin his n. ster. .
.f of to'the exert!ors, to
t amor. Commerce:: streets. No. 40 Water street, to mf tiers. t'f 11 church, Borettctitoony.
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I TERRITORIAL OFFICES.In For the Commercial Advertiser..' PRESENTMENT. MARR1ED

I. nIERUIL lDV RTIS R. otrf preceding number we spoke of the im MR. EDITOR:-Your editorial of last week, on FRANKLIN. COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT. I.I. In this city on the 24th inst .'by Seth P. .

: propriety of individualsVfrom distant States, s*ek. the subject of Territorial offices addresses itself" to '%December Term 1844. Esq l\I!. JARRED G; TITUH of Le ,
,
.p J ',": AFALACHICOLA, SATO&DA, DEC. 28, 1844. ing and the injustice appointing them to the the feelings of Floridian, certainly ; but whetherits The Grand Jury of the CountY'ofo'ranklin, for Ga., to Mrs. MARY TIGH, of ibis cif r CoIClra. b II,

'( i; (::J- The Rev'd. Mr POUTIER, of the Catholic TerriN*ial offices in the gift of the General Go propositions meet the aprobation of an enlightened the present term before receiving thesrdischarge: r-
r judgment, is a question about which one, no beg leave respectfully to present to the-Honorable DIED.In .
\ Church will preach this evening at 7 o'clock at vernment. In the present number we shall take SAM'L VVf. the District of this
\ less jealous of the rights or solicitous for the welfare CARMACK Judge of city on tbe 27i* inst., WILUAM

the Council Room. The public are respectfully some view of the subject in connection with its of our Territory will, I hope, be allowed the ..Apalachicola thejfollowing subjects, which they eldest son of Mr. Abraham Low, wed..4 *.

it invited to attend. manifest impolicy. liberty of expressing serious doubt. have had under due consideration, and in which, 8 months. t mn,Ql
motivesto a very they feel the County of Franklin is deeply and __
We take it for granted that the only
+ ( 3'\Ve have received from our Quincy Correi- You tell us that the appointment of strangers to warmly interested : .

j 4 pondent. but for the want of room cannot publish action on the part of the national executive, offices in this Territory is an invasion of our We cannot but admit with deep regret, the CO.MMERCIArLATEST:

t it today quite a long article upon the controversy in this, as in the discharge of every other duty rights and privileges." Unquestionably true, if great number of criminal prosecutions: began during

: 1 between South.Carolinalnd Massachusetts. are the fulfilment of the law and the promotionof we had assumed the powers and responsibilitiesof the present term, and more especially o* the DATE

a r ," is State sovereignty but leaving incumbant causes which have led to them, may have had the Liverpool. ...Nov 19. New York.....
welfare of the people whom it appointedto ; upon f .Dec.
i We have not time to give it a very careful exam. the tendency to some extent to identity the citizensof H avre..... .. u lb New Orleans I. .,
exercise of the
ination, nor in fact do we, at this time, wish tot govern. In this view we are willing to admit others, responsibility for the proper Apalachicola, generally, with the guilty andto HaviiI14.Nov. 30 ,Charleston, ::: II l

taka a position editorially, with respect to the that in the earlier history of the Territory the appointing power we have" no right to control or. cast a shadow over the character and reputationof MAILNORTHERN ARRAI GEI4E21'
the discretion which necessarily attend
instances have question must its citizens, both .so to the credit :and
existing President, i i'l many may necessary AND WESTERN
but, if of friends dissatisfied MAIL.
r controversy; any our are
I it ; nor can any excuse of that discretion% prosperity; of a town, purely mercantile. \Ve Due Tuesdays and Fridays at b o'clock P
:i with its arguments; or wish to sustain sent men, better qualified for a given purposeas an invasion of our rights and privileges." allude to the cases which have arisen from, and Closes Tnesdays and Saturdays at 10, p.5' 1.S. '.M.

the position it assumes by additional arguments, for instance, the office of Governor or of Judgeof You tell us also that these positions are to be owing to the secretion of goods and effect taken .. JOSEPH MAIL.

I we would be particularly pleased to hear from the Superior Court-than any one who could at maintained exclusively by our industry and enterprise from the Brig J. D. Noyes, wrecked in our vicinity Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock P'M

that moment bi selected from among our own during the past Autumn. .In our action, Closes Wednesdays and Saturdays:$ at H, A:M:
them. The author manifests' a spirit of indepen- This may be true, in'part with respect to
we have in relation to them endeavoured to
t dant inquiry, which we are rather pleased to see, people. We lIIaye.pn concede that selectionsfor the offices of Marshal Surveyor General and some ferret out those we deemed amenable to the Laws, COTTON iMAKKET. --..;

so long as we are sure our people have too much such offices as these could be made at the few others, which however from the disorganized and though we have had to contend with the eva Prices of Cotton ibis week have !been rat&tria

prudence to be hurried into the practice of unwholesome present day'more to the immediate, though we and i impoverished condition of our country implied sion and prevarication of witnesses, who seemed to favor of the buyer especially for grade feu

principles.! believe, but to the temporary advantage of the by our unwillingness to assume the responsibilities prefer risking the crime and the penalties of perjury Good Middling. We quote New Orleans tla I

of a State Government, the President rather than make a lull nd explicit disclosure cation : Inferior 3$
a 3i .
Ordinary
from abroad than home. But ; 3l
people, : at suppose u the whole a 4)) Mu
t t'' THE COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.The properly prefer committing the chargeof of all ,they knew or telling dung 4,1
Floridaof may more a Middling Fair, 4J a 5 Fair il tT!
that the President! called on a citizen of truth," still we imagine we have been in a great ;
.to present number closes the second volumeof men, as free as possible from local influence : The sales of the week amount to 2037( L' *
successful and have endeavored to
known capacity and well acquainted with the decree ; we h. **
our journal. On Saturday next the fourth and more especially so, as the rights and interests convince the public, here and elsewhere that we follows7 bales at 3J; 13 at 3J; 18 at 31m
whose
habits and sentiments of the people, u
I day of the new year we shall issue the first number opportunities of the United States are often the immediate subjects hold the doctrine that the mere saving of goods 4; 290 at 4 1-16; 145 at 41|; 166 at 4 3.16,

of the third volume of the Commercial Ad. for displaying talent have been limited of their operation. But our Governor, Judgesof from a wreck, confers no claim but that of salvage 4J; 35 4 5.1fi; 250 at 4}; 12 at 4 7-16; 123 ZStu,t.4\

and gave him a situation in which his ambition the Superior Courts, District Attorneys, Lighthouse that temporary possession confers no titleor 66 at 4 9-16; 161 at 41|; 8 at 4 ]}-16; IQQ at \;
rMliser. Encouraged the and stead. 4I.fi
by generous would be awakened, while competence and keepers and in fact a great majority of the right of property and that no other claim at 13-16; 150 at 41; 42 at 4 15-1C 3
at 5
;
ily increasing patronage which has hitherto rewarded ease! are secured, i is it not reasonable to suppose officers, under executive appointment are paid by enures to him who rescues property train the 5$; 25 at 54; 1 bale bilk cotton at 7 CIS. ,10u
exertions, to enlarge wave, other than a simple lien for compensation,
our we our
propose the of the United States. It wouldbe
that such a man would become speedily more government with the services rendered.
ii ;t paper so as to extend its usefulness, and render comfortable, certainly to have our officers paid comtneasurate COTTON STATEMENT.Stock Lac
benefit to the Territory than any one who could Living as we do, in a country where the Lawsare -

t it commensurate with the increased wants of our be brought from abroad Is it not as manifestly by the General Government while we are allowedthe mild, and executed with lenity, we respectfully / on hand 1st ..ept.,3. rya 211

t t, j rapidly I 'ernwine: city. afford inhabitant of liberty of their election ; to have the advantages suggest: to our Executive the great evils Received this week,.. .... ...5,912

: The Commercial Advertiser" will continueto politic as well as just to a of a State Government, without its burthens, which may arise from the too free use ot the pardoning previously, ... ....24,739Total 1
Territory fair a chance of proving! themselves for while should season ,. ...bales -30,654
the character which ha thus I and to compose ourselves in sweet security that power; "meicy 8:0
preserve general Exported this week. .... ....5,507
worthy of public confidence and of capacity for justice, it is but too often, that nice sensibilities
far secured for it the approval of its patrons, and i I all our wants will be supplied, and all our wishes and mistaken sympathy, assuming the robes '1 previon-Iy. .... .... ..7,117
look for these
benefiting their neighbors as to Total.... .bales
,gratified the tender solicitude of -12,624llOt
i by a partial
extensive the pa- trial t form
a popularity as sphere of its dr. of clemency, render by Jury a mere : ,
qualities exclusively in the precarious ability of rent. Yet we have no right to this, nor i is it ami- and it is the certainty, not the --
culation. The general character of its plan was! empty pageant ; Stock on hand not cleared: .... .U .03o 27tFHEIGH'IS.
{ !strangers ? In this age of tariffs and zeal for promoting able in us to asK of them an exercise of greater degree! or amount of punishment, that i is calculated -
after much and in
reflection
adopted
conformitywith domestic industry all acknowledge the than they accord to prevent the commission of crime; and .
liberality voluntarily to us.
if f the advice of those calculated to know alike TO Liverpool. ..... .... .... .. .11-lfcpr.A.
with which
do the
importance of properly encouraging the manufacture This difference with respect to our right to the knowing as we ease petitionsof Ie Havre.... .... .... .... ... .... I5.i6c .*
the wants of the community in retard to a newspaper and consumption of the crude products. ofncKs in question is, I presume, the only I one between all kinds are gotten up, (without atlacki ig the New York. .. .. .... .... ..9.16 a 5.c '.
and the be t means of supplying them us.Ve both citizens of Florida right of petition) we believe none should ordinarily ce 1l1l tOIl..5 Be: fI
furnished us by nature, for all purposes of art and are -our he listened to, save that of the Jury who -
Thus far the model must have succeeded ; frr ive interests! are dependant the prosperity of the -
usefulness, and why ought not the evolution and upon tried the criminal. EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM AFALACHICGLl !

tT have not learned that its prominent features have exertion of the talents and virtues of the citizensof country-both see the evils which may result fromin We suggest! to the proper authorities, I the propriety Commencing hr Srptembrr, 1644-;*ud &une

: failed in a single point to receive the approbation exercise of authority by men who have no permanent of more rigidly enforcing the laws as to time in lat3.Past .
Florida be encouraged in the and inevery .
i to same
: of its patrons and the public. In our new series interest in the country and who owe no !slaves living apart from their masters,-the laws Ui
other laudable way ? Many of the offices seem sufficiently salutary and efficient in themselves WHITHER EXPORTED. r week IPr \i.'TOT.u.f'
i I'' 4. in addition to the general business arrangement reciprocal responsibility to the subjects: of their StIlOl
t : 'ti in the Territory are as dependent for their support sovernment ; and both believe that we have men but causes exist for their more severe enforcement. Llvt'Jp\.ul ... .... .... .L-12; 1j4 .11

\ heretofore adopted we shall furnish a copious the people as similar offices in th- within I l av re. ... ... ... . ... .... ..:. ......
borders
I I PRICES CURRENT," which we shall subject to upon our fully competent to fill, to the We feel gratified at the good effects, which Other ports ... ... .. . ..... ...... ......
It
i' \ \ the weekly supervision and correction of some of States; and therefore offer equally as strong reasons highest advantage of the people every office, have arisen from the creation of the Major's Total tu For. Ports. : : :::::: 271 Iii

against their profits or honors being disposedof from the> Judgeship of the Superior Court, to the Court in our city. It has without doubt checked .- -
Sew ... .
york. .
'f our best merchants. ... J.l9J 2671..... &iii
f to citizens of remote States. Constable of a village.; And the commencementof many breaches of the peace and petty disturbances Boston ... .. .. .... 2095 1030 ...... 161
With the increased size of sheet
our we shall The appointment of stringers to Territorial your editorial inspired me with the hope that so common previous to its organization; Providf'nct .... 4 2 1134 .. ....

i It extend the space devoted to its literary depart. you would conclude it by giving the aid of your and owing to the speedy and summary dispensation Philadelphia... .... .. .. ... 446... ... &i1

t M ment. The sources from which we have derived offices implies that we have no persons amon! irgurrtfnt and influence to the establishment of of justice in its tribunals, little fear can b? 13 Bd"inlur .... .... .. ... ..... ......
-t UQ. well enough qualified to discharge their a entertained, but that the check will be perpetual.We New Orlf"ans.. .. .. .. 93 1S2.. .... M
I I i these contributions to the amusement and instruction duties-an implication too little complimentary State Government, which, to me, seems not only have examined the Jail ot the County, and Other ports.... .. .... .... ... ..... H

it ;' of our readers, we shall continue to draw the proper but the only possible remedy. h still find it in good order, and kept with proper cleanliness Total Coastwise. .. :::::: 991 -
self-love to admit of (ur assent. On the contrary -
our
r upon; while we feel proud and grateful to be able indulge the hope that such will be the course you but would recommend the procuring and TOTAL-TALES :-::::-., ,,,, 11514 iiiiDIPOltTS.

" 1' to'add that we have th. promise of assistance! we cannot avoid believing that we could 1 will direct us, or, if difficulties and dangers, invisible affixing iron shutters to all the windows in the ---- =- .
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I1 it from writers in our immediate vicinity who furnish an abundance of men as highly gifted inevery to us, whom time nor talents have favored second story. .
t we .
respect and as capable of performing the with much political foresight do obstruct the way, The Grand Jury cannot suffer this occasion to LI"'ERPOOL-Per ship Coultenl1y-290llCb
'knoare well of enriching columns.
capable
our without requesting our Representative and salt toj Day A; Co.
duties of office in the that will point them out to and either advise pay
Territory as manfrom
any you UE.
Our main object beinz the collection and diffusion any Senators in the Legislative! Council, to endeavorto Per barque Covenanter-3190 scks salt to J Day
us of a better, or nerve us to the endurance .,
'who would solicit such V Co.
the States
an "
appointment procure the passage'of a Law amendatory of the
of commercial
intelligence, we have neither I let his standing or merits be what the present evils. CIVIS.Serious Act in relation to selling liquor to lavpsVt> l\lATAXZAS-Per brig Cries TWO Oftngttlo
bad the space nor inclination fo present a'full exhibition convin"eil that, the law stands and ordt'r.
are as now ,
We wish to encourage, in every KEY EST-Per
they pro.
of all the aspects! movements and struggles may. Conflict bftwcrn Abolitionists and j is understood, it amounts almost to a dead letter Kks to ordet.PUl1'LANDPer. barque Jane William 49Isalt

!; of parties in National or Territorial politics. per way, the emigration of worthy people to our Slaveholders. War Irtwcen Kentucky and and that nn efficient remedy is .ifinrdcd by it, -or barge L\Iurillo-tO
toOl
,' Still it has been our aim to give, in every instance, Territory, but to hold out as an inducement' the Ohio.-The Southern mail brings accounts of a the redress oj" a crying! evil in this community.It .- and 220 bbl i> .tdiufs:: to order. hay,

,: possession of our offices! of honor and profit or dreadful conflict between a party of Kentucky mav not perhaps he irrcvelant here to allude to iULTLMOKl--PerschrOntwa-266PkgMDfe
the general results of elections! ax far as ascertained of such slaveholders and Ohio abolitionists, with the loss the ruinous effects of selling or giving ardent to C Roger( :.& Co; 3bX burs iron toT L Alitchsfc
evince disapprobation a means,
to
not a
in both, and to make known every significant of everallives. spirits to this peculiar caste of our population, 14 pkgs iiid- 10 Wyhr & McKenzie; 1 to WmG

manifestation of political feeling in the lat- would be an especial folly, and too ridiculous a We fear this is only the beginning> of serious who are not !'up[>osed to feel the same moral restraints Porter. & Co; 1 to G Elllory; 10 IonsEXPOIM'S eusrin, B s uorder.

one for calm examination. troubles between the slaveholder and the aboli as those of a different race and superior
ter. In our pursuit of this course we have just
Mr. Jefferson ha been reported by a distinguished tionists. The latter, urged! on in their heedless education ; who for the purpose of indulging their
: cause for felicitating{ ourselves, for we firmly believe crusade against slaver) anti slaveholders by emissaries appetites!' for ardent spirits not only deposit their
of CObTO.N--Per
foreigner, as saying! : that the failure shIp S bb..t is-1470
that during a period of unremitted and from England! are devoting all their energies hardly earned) and small pittances with these venders iVr brig Old bals cottoa.
CrlOIlY-lo bales.
t.4 scarcely exampled political warfare the fairness almost all the great undertakings of the Americans : tosecurea dissolution ofthe Union, or kindle of noison by the gill ; hut perhaps: are frequently \- K VOL-Pcr barque Cojo*slls-1 ban!

or sufficiency of our labors, in those respects has in literature and science is to he attributed the torch of civil war between the northern and guiltv of larceny itself, from their masters NEW \OiUv-Per barque Koll7o b
to the employment of foreigners instead of raU.1 southern states. They are urging on a war ot or employers. And what care the thus em- Per brio Hltonau-.J51 hales.
Y never been questioned ; and in this departmentwe extermination between citizens of different section played in selling :slaves' ? So long as their love Per brig .im.hrt-ic.: bated. _
ing into exercise the talents their own
shall give no extension to our plan. !such a war as! England has heen too succesoful of gun: and .basely acquired lucre i is indulged PKOViDENCE-Pi-r; baique' N Browa-43S

In the department of "General Intelligence! ," This may be set down as an aphorism not only in fomenting elsewhere\ for the overthrow they are indifferent to the commis-ion of crime, bales.NiS:W OR

we cati.only promise industry and patience i in the applicable to literature and !science but to politics of Republican Institutions, as in the Southern the encouragement of vice, and the infraction of LE.1SS-Prrxhr: SwaUow-93 bale*
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and every thing else in which a citizen should' Repuhfir this hemisphere. These incendiaries the Law We are aware that human ingenuity! RECEIPTS OF
collection condensation, and arrangement of the have selected the states nf Ohio and Massachusetts may find it difficult so to trame a LAW a* to defy Per PRODUCE.
endeavour to excel the correctness of which no steamer boston-c>13 bales cotton to D B
news, foreign! and domestic which may be gathered for alarming demonstrations. The en. the low cunning of those disposed; to evade it, Wood te to; oO to \\ in G Porter V: Co 31 to

I 1 from the weekly reception of a large and one will dispute. How will it be possible! for t thiniastic religious opinions of many persons in though we have been taught to believe, an
i well-selected exchange list. the people of Florida tn discharge without the these two states afford unexampled facilities for of the Law is a breach o'* it ; but we are satisfied te hart:!tioiue; 1 bux o A U Smith..

: risk of great error and injury, the duties involvedby enterprizes guided by fanataoism or a semblance i 40; long as the .* onusprobandi" is en'ire- Per tteainrrAuguta-z4jlpalraCotton: to McKaf
The "Commercial Advertiser", will he published of religion. The fanatacism \rmeryears among ly thrown upon the Territory, in the cases u der & lluitbtiome; 24U to Saiitord & butt; 13* !
f t as heretofore every Saturday evening, in the responsibility or a State Government, if these enthusiast! found employment in burning (' consideration regardless of presumptions arising LocKnait & \ uui ; 100 to LJ B Wood ic Co; &

1 time for the departure the mail at three dollars they are not allowed t I learn something of them witches and hanging quaker but partaking of the from fact, so long will the present law be entirely to J Mat-lay G Purler; 62 to Perry & Dickinson; 29 toWm
Uo 17
in the analogous labors of the offices under a milder spirit of theageit now seeks the immediate nu.!ratorv, an attempt to enforce it, a solemn farce Jc ; 13 to Harper: Holmes;
in I Hill Dawson
per annum, payable advance. The experience to & Co.
Territorial Government ? abolition of !slavery in which capacity the I and a t legal mockery, whilst those guilty of an in. Per oteamer Siren 126 toLoc&i.V
b.ile
?cotton
of the two last years admonishes us to regard Whether have made out our position or not enemies of ourrountry use it as a powerful means I traction of its provisions, will laugh to scorn all ; Vouug; 24 to t'lieter 6c McGnli: 16 to Perry*

the "advance payment" especially from we of creating civil dissensions and sectional animos efforts to bring them to due and merited punish. Dickiu&oii; 5 to b S: llawley 12 boxes tobucc

sr distant subscribers, as an indispensable condition. we do not hesitate to pronounce the policy of appointing ities. Slavery i is an evil, and I is so acknowledged! ment.With to Thus Pre toh; lo do to LocKhart k Youcj;>*j

ro our forwarding the It has become strangers to Tetritorial! offices! as most! hv the great majority of intelligent shveholders, these views we beg! leave respectfully to to B S Hawley; 1 to Wm G Porter Co; 2bwmdze

I paper. sonecessary injudicious and subversive of the general good of who gladly embrace feasible plans for its abolition, suggest to our Representative and Senators that to D G It auey
\ to adopt! this as an inflexible rule that I ane sustain! the African colonization enterprise a Law should1 passed making it penal to give Per bteauier A.Miachicola bales cotton to

I we shall not receive any one ordering. it, without our citizens. On one point we fully agree with with great generosity. Is it not disgraceful! and as well as sell liquor to slaves without the permission McKay 5 liarbliurife: 77 to Wylie M Mchrodrri

I the accompanying remittance,as a new subscriber; i all with whom we have conversed on this !subject iniquitous therefore, to harass these men because of the master or owner of said slave;' that Per FO Jas steamer T Tyson d nea-139 bales cotton to McWfoc

; ::1 1 while to our old defaulting subscribers it will be and that is, in an expression of dissent with, and they hold a property guaranteed to them by the whenever a person is! proven tit have given or delivered Barn horne; 115:; to leery Jc bickinson; to>'
r constitution and the national compact ? Ratherlet liquor to a slave, a "prima facie'1 is
discontinued, unless I indignation! at the practice. In the indulgenceof case Lockharrvouiig; 39 Ito" Wylie & iMcKfMf
r I ,1 they give satisfactory asti-! I II. us meet them as brethren and uuite our made out for the Territory, and the onw" of 30 to Win U Ponetoc Co; 4 to T H&CB

\1' ( J ranees of theu.soh'E'ncy: by paying up all arrears. this feeling we have not the slightest referenceto councils for the general good. of proving the permission of the owner or master! Austin; 20 to order.

.. We make this early announcement: of the beginning individuals who have been named as desirou Negro slaves. from Kentucky are constantly passing is thrown upon the person! so selling, giving or i Per steamer Charleston; -247 bales cotton to**'-

I of a new volume, in the hope that it will of obtaining our offices ; though we cannot hot' ; to Canada through the state> of -Ohio, facilities delivering; the liquor, and that malt and vinous Kay & Hartohorne: ; 2uO toV 11 Kinibrouja *
t attract Co; 109 to Lockhart .\: Young 58 to AYjl
for such being established through. be ;
escapes / liquors embraced in the law as well as 9piritllOI1 .
I; the seasonable attention of all those who maybe .'. regret! the unpleasantness' : of the situation in which, out the latter state by the abolitionists. On the McKenzie; 54 to Hill Dawsou Co;' 12 toG OI' .

( I disposed patronise us,and that it may erable if they succeed, they will be placed more especially 9th instant a party of II negro-hunters"! from Kentucky The Grand Jury in closing their labors, beg G cash Porter paCKayes X Co; ; 1 to box Muivay tobacco&to Hartsncra Taos Pf'8"*

I 1 Ihem to commence their subscriptions at so proper all it is! probable the communities over Jiearing that runaway slaves were secretedin leave to tender their thanks to the Hon'hle Judge LOCH hart young

1 .a time. which they will be appointed will protest against the houses of Robert Miller and Absalom King Carmac.k for his able and impartial administration Per fcteamer -1.10rt"ncrV5 bales cotton to J C

lit the of fee! two abolitionist residing: in Brown's county Ohio, ofiu'tire-Al'o to the District Attorney, Marshal Macaly; 200 to Harper Jc Holmes: 111S: to J I/!**
arts
I East India Cotton.-Ir appears sayg the Bo- appointments as injustiC'e.Ve (near the town of Georgetown) searched the and other officers of the Court for the able Co 96 to Win H Kinibn-ugli & Co., ,- d.

i h ton Atlas by the latest advices from Liverpool, that we are discharging a common duty in thus house of Miller and found two absconding!slaves and efficient discharge of their respective duties.H. Per' steamer LowelH-262 bales cotton to W Il41VyIieMcKnzie

expressing our sentiments. What would he who attempted escape.: Miller attempted to aid! G. GUYON Foreman. hart & Young; 139 .to Hill, Dawson & Co; r
a that notwithstanding the large mount.of cotton ltu to McKay Ibtfwff'SO
t thought in of the States if the General Government their escape, and was immediately stabbed to C
any to Perry Jc lJlck&'u.ou: 45 to J. C Mac.aK.fJnSaufc.rd
sent from India to China, the importations into Heath hv he Kentuckians! who proceeded to the wffv
t were to appoint to a vacant office in One Day for the Election of President and .\c butt; 22ti Taos Bedlck; 8 lo
Great Britain from that quarter, have been larger home of King, where they were resisted by four Nunn is el' 4 to Thus 13arry.
f than ever before,during the past year. It also their jtHicial or revenue> departments, a citizenof or five armed men. dreadful conflict en.'IPrl.A .- Vice PrI'Mmt.The bill introduced in the Per steamer; Oculltt"-257 bales cotton tooJlil!,'

l that East India has been much.improved Florida, or of another date: 'ion of Cn1. Towers of Kentucky was killed instantly House of Representatives appointing one and the Dawson & Co 110 to I) b Wood '&'Cf 55"rldi
cotton
appears so ; and King was mortally wounded while reloading same day for the! election of Electors of Presidentand Harper & Holme; 43-lo Howard. & J{

in quality that it now competes event The newCunard steamboat Cambria i is aid tohave firearms. The Sheriff now arrived and 10 to Lockhart & Young a
Vice President
t throughout eotwa
with Mobile and New Orleans cotton tile best of several arrested! the ring-leadersofboth parties. Another the Union has Per steamer Analachicola battH aho"'i
important improvements in her marhinery. passed that body by a unanimous Lockhait & Young 200 McKay
hand of Kentuckians arrived soon after vote. We trust t:
11 the former selling as high as 3 7-8d pound, renewed 67 H 1.uv1'r &: H4'
per whee snre"ijdt te3c1 of the old fashioned lo Dr A ; 8 to HJrper '
!: the conflict and hanged one of the slaves this wise and eouitahle measure will
t '-while the lowest of Mobile brough! 3 l-8d and f i met- withno tw B S Hawley 4 to Wm G Porter i- G'\vJl..G
lifting oaw le v ere J.start the engines. for resisting! his cantor. Having burned the impediment in the Senate and that shall Per sloop Unknown bales couon '
r we
.New:Orleans 3d. Besides! this while the i imports and the air pumi&My> ';use s. Among the nov.ellies houses! of King! and Miller to .the ground4ith shortly have the pleasure of Porter & Co. f s. to 1 '

of East India cotton have increased, during introduced irf thevegs4aretwo all the contents, they"proceeded to the house of announcing it as' a Per barge Cotton PlantMQ6 bales 001103 W

.. the the of : icehouses Alexander Gilliland, tore him from his family, law of the land Day & Co. 24 to McKay & HaJtsh. ra_ ': 1010 ,
to amount 62,757 bales those of'American ,
; ..' year and two smoking rooms. Her masts! are tall and and heat him. almost! to death.Tlie otter & Co. !

.. cotton have decreased to the amount of .he spreads an i immense amount of ciinvass.off ., Kentuckians were increasing'in; numbers, The Six Specie Paying Bank? of Ah Or. ...- party i'

i 272983. Decrease: of American cotton twenty and the whole neighborhood was up in nms- lean*.-On the 30th of November the sfx' E XCHANGE.Ch ecka atsightonNetv .
t : Increase of Fist The.Sheriff was! exerting himself to the specie 'furs 1 M S vRf ;
cent. India forty-three
per per ( The Legislature of suppress by
cent.11 Ohio have in the 'riot.-'JIT.: 8. 'Snn.. t paying hanks had in their.vaults an aggregate of dec14 No.,3 V'IV",.. '\'but ll4--
i name of the people of that State, protested $ 82.9Rl in i
3 .specie ; which.$4,491,282 was. in k and Pro-
Yoe
cQ. The South Carolina Legislature adjourned against the union of Texas with the United '(j3- The Emperor Moli Mohammed of Morpc- the possession! of, the Rank of Louisiana. Total EXCHANGEDraft; -* on New to sin.totcb 1

t s on the IStb insf.:, after a cession of three weeks States, as nncon tituti
end.three dart.t and tending to disunion. 'be red 253: men, a pretty respectable sired family. cash assets $12,518,425. 37 Whet strsnov3a2 ,,

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BDit B-Dr Nash,* Jerry Titus, JjJodJ NEW YOR, December 2d, 1844. ALEXANDRIA LOTTERY. : i Fall frn* Winter Arra'- f :

per Borter, Messrs Sherman, Dusen. CLAS4 No. 40. THE U. SMsiI tteajr1will -IB .
pre To the Consignees of Good, arriving To be drawn at Alexandra, D. C. Dec.29, 1944. NEW YORK sIREN
borf, \\'tlb t. A'CgdstaY1tssrs u s Quarles I ,- p at ApalacMcola,insured in_' JVeio York: SEVJSNT HEIGHT NUMBER LOTTERY THE CONRIBUTIONSHIP R leave Apalacbti.. ..,;

p te&me't M :?keltoD, M: Bullock, Osgood, A W underwriters: i in New York,'have suffered Fourteen drawn Ballots. .. .FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Office, TUESDAY and SATO.night AY
Qlii e.\ ; THE No. 57 Wall st., insures tiwcllin Houses, Warehouses at It o'clock. "'
.1JjtL Jerftl.aEtove11C0I J W Perry, Mess very much by the improper sacrifice of goods Schcl c. Leaves Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY* <
and in
Per steamer. r C Mills, Tho Redick, James sold at Auction in Apalachicola: on account of ONE PRIZE OF Buildings general ; Merchandise, and SUNDAY evenings at .8 o'clnckarid Chats

tf S kBe r*'St.rkJ DVanderwrater, A McCon. The $40.000 Household Furniture Ship building, Ships: in tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSDAYS al1*
damage.
]tt'd (' w sea policies require in case of prize of. .$1' .OO'). .is. .$12/ (UJ( Port and their Cargoes; and every description of o'clock, M.

ocble'steamer siren-B S Hawley Mitchell and R lady Jones, Mr J partial lo 1 by sea damage to Dry Goods, Cutleryor 1 ...r iQOO( .r,Oftr!) personal property. against losa or damage: by fire.J. VAN VEGHTEN & SHARPLfiSSJlL ,

fle. lady and scrv'tsG! other Hardware, that the loss shill be ascertained 1..:j,'/:)() Se. .!j,00) SMYTH ROGERS President Contractor

J.Oti\"er. 1 .. .:l,:))') . . :I fJf} ,
Pott rtaml"r Aiilachicol: Tyson, Smith, by asp-mation ail sil* of that portion S S S s S S I S S R. W. MARTIN FOR I..TVF.RPOOL.-Pfhe ship TALLAHASSEE .
J Birnabv.. 1 .2,50: <) ,;)Of) Secretary. ., S
; kt"VV OvenS only of the contents of the pac'tvsea which are Hadley, muter will ..
'It' Emerson Dean 1. ..'.)_,jj4) Directors
Charluton- ;;:;! 2rJOOI 'meet with despatch. For
.eamer, Terry, Brown, Friday Lockley, S damned; ani not otherwise" and that the .same I / 1, )C9l .T. Smyth Rogers, E. fo Hnlbnrr, to the master, or to J DAY freight& CO., apply

tatefield principle shall be allowed u* to all other merchandize ... ... luQ') . .1 I ,GI)() :Jas. Bryar, John J. Palmer. dec2L &Water ,
"&t : n!' t .t 'Villi'T1;, 1ipeteanr \"fi"1d. . ... } Jas. :McBnde, Peter Lorijlard, street
Pr &-n'r and daugh. as far as practicable. The Rules aho 1 .I, )j . . 1.:)!'J.J John Adams Jas McCalf
OCII'1 e-'hior tlardin . . ..1..: !" FOR LiVERpOoL..J
)O .. . 1, 00 John wperior
Robt.
frt Jordan, Capt Leonard. require th3t the damaged part of Car o he old .. . Haggerty, McCoskry, British barque COVENANTER
leT. lUchicoU-Thomss Preston and .1200 . . .2, iJv( Gillian C. Vcrplanck', Henry Parish, Car
T rafl"amf"r H Tanr, Col Sims, Capt Brown, in small lots to suit the convenience of purchasers. 20. . .. 1,000' . . 20,000 John Johnson, Reuben Withers, penter, master, having a"part of her
1J
cirg
.,&v Dr Clark A S H Scarinmnjh.URISB'TOTBLUflBNCB.. Whole package*destined for places in the inferior ).!f)0t .10,000! Joseph Kernochan, Wni Scott, fngdged to will have despatch. For frtil1i
; apply
,
: 2". .... .4U, Peter J. Neyius Ferdinand 8urd J DAY k CO.
have fnviently been sold at I I S S i . . .SOJ>JH m, dec29 ,
Apalachicola in .
. I'n Richard Irvin Geo P Pollen, 2 Water .
. 5J/J . . .12.0'YJ streef.I
\ a lot without thekno'vlede of the owner, bv the I *.)'). . . . 1*)(, . . .:j7,=00( C. V. S. Roosevelt! William! Colgate, I FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fine
Lowell fast-
Holbrook
Consignee there; an-1 by that means depriving 64. . . . 0,400 ..sailing ship TAROLINTA, Smith, mas-

'---- OF kprC'1tCOL-A- . .!).. B.- the owner of part packages: of soun-l good and Rl .SO I ." !),t 21)) OJII The Contributionship Insurance Company : let, having wo.thirdsof her cargo en.iaged .

oaT Gaining: hew loe i to oni? one, but for which, MS.. 00 .7.0SO ,. and going on board will have de atch.
cr \JtF.O.. 1: . . S S S S .;1) .0.400Jf will also, insure against low! or damage by For freight or passage, apply to

5hip Sabbittis, Cw, for Boston, by D B Wood hereafter, the Apala, hicola consignees will beheld 1-2Q. IS . ... . 1' ....),I:!r) Inland or River Navigation, on favorable terms. dec14 J PAY & CO., Water ?t.

Co responsible. 12c. ... . S S .:30 . . .::1..11) NOURSE, STONE & CO., Agents,
FOR
Btrq'llt r.fllIJ"jI;, McDonnell I, for Liverpool t, by The multiplication of prnfeof* i 4 not needed ; 1-_) .I1).3,200&Wi ) novSO 46 Water street. SA in hip BOSTON.-.The ELEKlENT new fast sail.g .

S.: Co. ) 0 .ft 101,120 : Turner, maite, .
J Jhr.t'J notf Ron", Gibierson, for New York, by W" an original, or, at m't, an original and duplicate to...,,:"),- t.10 .292/210 INSURANCE & TRUST can taKe a few bales) on deck, fur freigh..

G PorW Co. protect forwarded to the Agent of the vessel in THE : of which' or passaee, apply to

.rqlJt' X Brown, Andros, for Providence, by T New York is sufficient! for all the Nevf York funSiind 34,412.. Prize* ampuntin;; to. .8599,559 IPA \ ," with a Capital of $300,00'J dec i D B WOOD & CO., 29 IVater it..

! ,Citei.l.nn paid in, and security invested, will take FIRE.INI..Ai"D '-- '
j D B rwriterf' TICKETS SIO-Shares in -proportion.T .
? Old Colony, Chase, for Boston, by FOR BOSTON-The bark ZAIDA
and MARINE RISKS, on as low
r\\V\ ,d V; Co. S BALDWIN Pre.t.Jir.'Mn a Chapman, master will with
N the above Scheme, formed hv the tprmrvcoTihinatipn meet des-
Bri? Historian: Lnfkin, for New York, by W Hgj.nbrn'h Wirinf In Co. terms as any. other good Office in the United p tch. }'or freight on deck
of 1
CC1.R 7S numhpr, fT1 C".nttl.thulic'll! : for New York, by C ZEB COOK, Jr., Prest. kpf;;, nnd the" dr-wioT 11 haUoU there will h"? States. The above named Company: having paida ;lp I.v to D B S WOOD &, CO ,

nllitr V:; Co. Wiituvl Vitv fn* Cn. 3'i I ri7.e,;, eirh: having three'drawn numbers: : lane! amount of losses in.this City during the __dpC'29---. 29 Water street.

3 wallow.[ Shannon.for N Orleans. T. B S\.Tr Rrft-V\TTE, V. P. ;jQ t each having twoofthptnon 1rl'2
5chr : ,2'1 1 past ten years, and in every instance, to the en- FOR BOSTON-The last sailing bark
.
.'\ "'0 York Ins Co e icb l'rtvinnneon1vnl 1 them on ; and al 1:0! 41 ,'VH ..TIBERIUS, Howes, wM
master
\11 n'FO.. WMEriOV tire satisfaction: of the parties assured ; rely upon meet
Prp5t. tirkptot hwin'! none of the drawn numbers on, with despatch For
Hrlii Cn.lrtJ. Timer, fm' Liverpool; to their well earned for continuance of freight on deck or I
tfnr4.q'g W'ttnil lm Co. ;, hhn'c'i: reputation a
: pi'1'; To determine the fate' of tbp;;e laae apply to the master, or to
C Knin.Rr
P
VI "Birvi"\: Covpn-mtcr: Patterson fm Liverpool. A D IELcOPre4t.. '1ri'1.p;; ,rid HliiV' <5, 7S nI1rnier'rnm I to 7S in.t'liiive.cilt public patronage. dedi D B WOOD & CO., 29 Water st. t

Sun \f'zFii If In.* Co. hs severally nlacp.d in a w""epl on THE subscribers been '
"J Hiv V.: ft. (:J3: having appointed
TrTin{ V Tyler, Tyler, f-n TUvina: to Chas: ABM: 0"tDF.\T, Preqt.C1pr71 the div or the drawing, and 11 of them will he FOR BOSTON-The bark QUlffM-

R f''r' \:. cf.Btrt' l/V fi; Ill.' Co. dra'vn outit random ; and that ticket bavin?: on Agents of the above named Company, are fully (BAUG, Fulton, master, will meet tith.timmediate

'..hl"iH'1..40'" \ I i 1 f... fn PirtUnI.ninT7 \V\LT )rt u JON'E*, Pre ::1114 (;'iai; : n'1'1. fn 'Iivmt, to D BiJuvi' art' ,. 1Hintic Wutuzlln Co. apply fo D WOOD & CO.
Tip ticket havin-r on it, n* a combination, tbol DAY & CO., .

\\ lila o. .il'ii-n*, *Vifn T\cv WPSr '. L riF/oRY, pr." t. ;t, 2d ?'id 3d drwn nnmb/r-:*, will he entitled nov9 52 Water street. dec2l 29 Water street.

fn Mit-nzn, to D 11W" offhffrrcTitiff Mutual Ins Co. tip Canital Prize, the 4th, .)th and Gth, the next, FOR
'\-,- C.ri" a, rwer, ; : BOSTON-The brig ,
TIIOM\S[ H\LE, V Por'It and in nronnrtion.J CERESj ltA
so 0'1. SUN .MUTUAL INSUANCE CO.
,
l
Vc: Co. lawyer, master, can take a few bales of 'i :
r" Th'li'1"\T'' ''. f//iire IfiituajZ'js: Co. G GHF rORY fc CO. Minazew
-1r' ')it AM.M"i.; : of the Cut of J\Tew York.TlUait'cS I cotton on deck for
PHILLIP HON'P:, Pre oIt. c freight of which, orapply f.i f.
It)"" 'T""I" \"'. f-n r X-H'-v= R ? HAWLEY, Agent,
r'l n -.1'r.1.; ; \'u"i.. fn r-i "''B F"rry. decl ./IIl1fTir.antutu'llln, Co. riecfl ror. of Chestnut and Commprre sf tQ. : i pa sa.t', to D WOOD & Co., "Pt I
c '\'P' \tl..r", 'Itl': '. j f'1'-' o1n', i.tV' James D P Ogd n.ViJ1iam II Macy, I _dec28 29_Water street.
.. .. Moses FI Grinnell, 'Fred'k \V mann.
;. \11"1, r r ; 'rrtv''n. The Unite'l States of America. :
c:,r..,'TJ.r'1'" T ., ,..11, '1 ''''t I" T.1P1.t"111.r ; NOTICE. D'.trtf af.qpa'ac' cola-Territory of Florida. Conrad \V Faber, Joseph Foulke, Jr. .The FOR BOSTON-To sail the 30th imt. ..,
IE Citizn of -\na'ichieoU' Samuel M Fox, Hamilton Murray, fast sailing new brig YUCATON 1' )
'- q t'ri. T V \T"rtn". f n rinI.i.flb.2.frrrnr ;. T > are rcqne IM"I1""". 'V11."'. fUtim"r r.01'1'1l "CC. ell. to atten 1 a PUPLI1EETI'iG.: to beheld Win Edgar Howland, Jacob H Nevius ,Baker, master' will sail as above. For i if
\..\,, I,; 1\1 \. ';:"Jfff\1. f-n rnican = v* \ Monition. John II Hicks! Fred'k G Foster .. freight on deck or pa:sase, apply to :'

$f..r f) ,.... qrnrct4 ; r>n CoVi nS-i at the Apalachicola Exchange, on Mon- Vvir Thnuj-ind Sp-jnr SWHERR Godfrey Pattison, Richard K Haight, dec21 D R WOOD & CO., 29 Water st. .
\s ti ; o rB S./HAWKIN;: F. Siflney Mason, Wm S Alley, j
'" t'IU,! tft"J.t'r'',"'Tin, f n Col'imbas. daE'enmz, at hnlf-pvt 7 o'clock, without ,
f Miriam of the United States for the District chuy1erLivirigston, Winthrop Gray, FOR BOSTON-The ship MARY _
Co'toa PUnt n refc'ience '
na.r? *o part, for the purpose of nomina. Theodore Vie tor Roswell Sprague :.t& ;'RANGES, Jewett Master )
(nrp t:1il"i. in the name and behalf as welt bf will meet ,::1
LT OF1 VET4' 1'\ PHTIT.JIT1P ting suitable persons: for Mayor. nnd Aldermen, th" United States, as Hir-im Xnurse, Esq., Collector Henry Holdrege, Oliver Slate, Jr. with immediate despatch. For freight \

;. to he supnoriel at the election. of the Customs:: for the District and Port of Anthony B Neilson Drake Mill, oi a lew bales on deck, or passage, apply to
ensuing
|C\ri.T'". (n.)TtrTT.fil ton, --iwiitin; frpjs', AtMkchicoIa, in the District! aforesaid:; and of all Alfred Seton, Robert L Maitland! D. B. WOOD & Co. ,
W \ V T' C Knin.irv Dec. 28, 181-1. oth'"r persons concprne'j, hath filed ani exhibited Charles Sagory, Joseph W Alsop, Jr. rte'c7 29 Water street '

\ E>rAT;<'. "Wi tons! Boston! loading-D B his libel an'J I comp'aim' in the Superior Court olsaij Bernard Grahim, Elias Ponvert ; r
''Von \: To. Take Notice : ; Distripf, sitting as:: a District Court of the Uni- Theodore Uehon, John D Van Beuren.A FOR NEW YORK-=Star Line-The t\\\

1 3esn.it. T.tr'1or. 4Otois, forBastoni 1o'1in- T.KF.HI' ;; IN: TIME ted.Sfates for the trial of ca'ises. of admiralty and ALFKED B NEILSON.SETON President.Vice President. ':tit sailing barque ELIZA, Talbot, master

1)T1'V'1Cn.\ per;;()n< who hive taken' BRICK d-ir- miratim' ? i'lrisiiction, stating, alleging and i j propo'inlin JOHN WHItEHEAD will have despatch For freight or
1tab.o. 'h-tl..v 19 ton;, for Livrpoo; ], lo-H- T'lOSE' l.nf; 11'n'"pr Irrn the' Lot 23 Wafpr l ?, thit on the !seventh day of December Secretary. P3SdcC, apply to the master. or to 1.
V ('. mutant at the Port of \pi'achieola! in said District
inID iv : n. : ,
street, will ,|., well fn come forward and "for AGENTS of the. above McKAY &, HARTSHORNE, :
TIT'it I. t'1.; "ill tm, Vivmol, 10'di1- piv an 1 1.I1n waters navigable from the sea by vessels 91HE undersigned
the' samp, on or ').>lore the l..t Jinuiry next of' "h 'the said Hiram decM 40 Water street.
J 'llr.n.. ; or ten or more tons h-irthen ,: .1 Company, are prepared to take MARINE 1
Fi"r.q,.... f/M"h. ITT tons 1riitit i or charter! i thpv will IKinlicte \ for s'ealinr. "" oMfse Collector ft>r** i.i,. did spfoeaiH now I FOR NEW YORK.-The
4> !I urc: ILM.n.fl. I. N. B.- The ni'n,>< af 4<>'ne "f heMi nre alreidv h-ith in hi* c-t.fo1y sis h-in? forfeited ,for having I. and RIVER RISKS, on the most faorahle terms. fine new
known ,:1 thev been imporfpd/ i into the United & fafes contrary to "op-eied and copper fastened barque
___ 1t1.nl;;. a ha better c-.ill and see me on HARPER & HOLMES,
LH\, rSwrm, n Ion*, TIo-t'WI. h1\iho-n; the a-ibject at nice, or they imv: IHi iblv ferret ir. I.ivy, FOUR THOUSAND SEGA For that at nov9 51 Water street. HIRAM. TYLER, John' Tyler master. -
n W'nn' V Co. dec'>S B 's H \\VL3V.T a time\ rnst, to wit: on the second day df December Jour freight or passage, apply toder39
U\\' Tvl<-r. Tv''"". \1') ? VQ. "vifnr Nm.", YotIc, afor<1i'l., the said ooi*, wares and merchandize FIRE INLAND AND MARINE C, ROGERS & Co
gwjtr rr.ft-ThiQ; f'er V: tn. SCH ROOT, No. -J4 Wafpr street, ha* just \'c>re tio'ight in a certain hri? or vessel called the '
awaitun rr-iht iJ Bor lea'ix" then f lthre belonging to citizen IKSUitAIVCE.HHHE FOR SALE.-The House situated
on
1d''! \'il'hc' '. Puk-r, 315 ions r-'cpiw.i i >)er Sir j->e Providc-icp. an a
-'h.t.rkril1n. T j ) boxs German Colnnf'| :a genuine article or citizens n"' the IT.nite I States (whose name or i ;ml; Commerce street, directly in the rear of
1 '\TOfI.i I,.. 1'') ions Hwainn: ? frsuht Jewcllpry \ jmall ortmpnt of Gold and; ritiies ar:" to the said: Attorney of the United State.i .-, j TNA INSURANCE COMPANY ,I" tore No. 23 'Water street, commonly

Mi'er.Covenantor. Silver : < yet iiti'viiown' ) from a foreign: port or pliCf, J- Capital $'>:J JiJ.U: : and the "PROTEC. lUllm II as Tom Davis' House." It is a veryconvenient ,
fr Liverpool pveroointel Pencils, Ring, &c. that' i isto sav the Port of H-tvana in the Island of
Br r nt"r, fi2 tons, ; House
( > : r having five kitcHen
Ladies: CanSLT. ;;:nrin ... dec2S TION INSURANCE CO.-Capital $I IOUO rooms, a ,
I.dinT Dav. :\: Co.Eliza (;iihi into the United States, to wit : into the Port
a good yard and fine well of the
Ti'hot, 2H ion for New York! loading .-=3,197 ack Liverpool Salf, car;{o o1' of -\p lachicola aforesaid and thnt the said ;goods, In addition to the capitals of the above named mNes. The said a house will be water sold very on reason.pre-

McKav V: Huts'iorn-, h bjr.jue: Covp.nanter, 'for ile bvdi23 wares: and merchandize, then and there beboiigin:; companies, they have each a large surplus fundin able, and is free from all incumberances": '
consigned to the the of the
or master, male or crew
loa iin
Boston :
!TitoK.'for -
,
Tibrii. ; ?
-'t'r-s. J I D \Y 5t CO., :52 WaterS strt. Fnr
,1) B H'onl: Co. slid ves-el l then and fhf"rVt're not described or reserve. Persons doing business with these further particulars apply to

h ''1..1n''. v-divi. .'Ml tni;, Tlostm, loa I il'1n !?- \LT.-3l.) sacks in Store; I )-11e by m':In; ledjn the m-inifest or manifests: l: of the cargo companies!' may rest satisfied, that they are _dec4 THOS. DAVIS. Commerce It.
n Wool v: Co.Hinlv dpc-23 C L L of tV s-iH hri? or vessel (as i is required by law) -- p
BR )V4.1= Water .
t.JJT INSURED the amount of their policies,
C'1mo1"t,. ton, (or Ih\'rp. Jodin- : contrary to the form of thestatutes: in such casein fully to FOR RENT.-Two pleasant front Offi- .
IM '\'ririt. ; rereivc'l} on C'I1.i1ment: lit:' an I provide 1 And the Court having ordered and that losses will be paid winthout vexatious iii;f ces in Store No. 22 Water street. ;

l1a a'1n. 'f* "I;If. :31Ston for Liverpool, loa')- I ') boxes Yellow Soap ; Attachment and :Monition to issue according to delats or technical objections. -"- Apply to J DAY & CO.,
j.S riwin.lion 7j kegs Pickels 1'J !boxs T.e'no'1Q. law and the nases of this Court. Therefore, you uecU 52 Water street
; ;
the siid Marshal, are hereby authorized, ((153- TilE subscriber having been appointed
empower
\l 1-xt'lifOf. 31 ton!:, for New. York, 10aJ. For
sale!
by R ELLHOV &, CO.
J aid; strictly enjoined: peremptorily cite and FOR RENT.The Building oH Com-
in;-Harper V: HoWs. rie"2 Agent for the above named Companies, is fully -
33 'Vttt'r: ;;trp..t.Fr..OUH aimonish aUpersonsTuvin or pretending to hdte ,
nit tt.c::. :? iii rnerce street, lately occupied by S R Ford
claim interest in the said Four Tnousarjd authorized to take risks on the lowest terms. 1.
!aet'*'". TVik-r, 177 ton, Boston, todin-D B and CORN, 'for \Ip| 'w any or [': jw a Marble Work Shop. Possession given
\\01')1 V: r.o.Vwri..1i Se;ars in said; lib?!l. alle{ d by posting; at some DANIEL. J. DAY, immediately. For particulars inquire of
'i C L Left -VR3V. =1'> Wafer 'It.SUfltlf1 of this Monirionand to
:
h. Hl\t&".1 qq tons:: \York, loa-iin-r-Matrr! p'ibtieplace a copy publish novO 52 Water street. MILTON. SCOTT, >
fm"wy"r, 29 ton! Boston, 10Rding-D B hhdol e\Y Orleans "u.r; the same in some newspaper: printed in this dec 3t Waverly Huuce.
Wood fc Co. : Havana do. District at least ten d.tys before the return day of CROTON (MUTUAL) INSURANCE

cn'Y\'F.R For sale by C L LeBRO\ this wrIts and by all other lawful means and ways COMPANY: Drugs Medicines) &c.
whatsoever which the be most notorious ,
!9i111t, \i i.rn, fi"> tons= ButtonLnvina -'h tpr.rai tJ'C"2 3i V.ttfr trp..t.VXTAI by same may ,
and p-iblic, to be and at a Court to beheld the New York THE subscriber
\ Taylor, 71 ton*. fin Baltimore appear of City of recently received
Master. KF.V-I I'l ','1ts! .v'li-'("v. fl'Hl bv in the city of Ap'tlachicola on the twenty- Trustees from New York a large addition:

de-JS C'.r..p.l\T1",1W te ret.CJFEEIj" seventh! day of December instant and also to attend James Harper : Abraham: Van Nest, It to his clock of DRUGS and MEDICINES .
MEMORANDA.C lyon every session or sessions specifier until i I a definitive
John B Lasala Silas M Crandall which makes his assortment
,
,
li C TJ- decree or sentence hal! be made and promul-
;??t. S.i'.vyr of brig C"rl'iZ, reports s"nn" afhip "m > ..ttf'.f in said business, inclusively if any of them John J Boyd, William B Cozzens, as fully as any otherestablishmerit .
Jan
'b1r 'le ashore on the Tortuas.: on the 21sf in;t. (;Mutation,) shall: : think it tlvir business so to d"o, to hear, abide Edward Kichardsonj Charles L Vose, in the Southern Country among whichare
For sale
,. rt' nuntel with a wVu PtreA anlatr ai'j\-\- bv by, and perforn all and singular: sucu judicial acts: as James Phaleu, Joseph B None, he following articles: :... .
i1a. C. Tt1r.:1: require
Epsom galls
!] had j'it got on, her spars WfOrl alon :oIHe5 are necessary by ; C De Samuel herwood Ojj;
wreckers beating up to her-her head lay to .-10 ke-: :N'o. t Lir.l ror .. ih by exprlitel; I in the premises, and further to do and George Samuel A Lawrence Kay, Zadock Pratt, ::0 !!r' ire Castor Oil, qua its, pints, afttll F-i5" -.... -

: C L. 1'i \ 1l' Viterst.Resulv receive what unto law an I justice appertains unJer Tiieodore' A : Herman D Gould, 200 lbs Gum Camphor; 30 Ibs Calomel; :
Meyer
S. ,
E. ani! me ab.Ii'nce -
the pain of th? law ccmteuvt taereor .
30 doz
Spirns Turpentine
of and each and \Villiam P Fuml"s! Joseph S. Smith, ;
Iade (;Iothing.S and contuaucy them everYfo John T Gifchrist Elias T Aldrich 300 lbs Roll Sulphur 2000Ibs
DCPARTMEXT or STATE, > (tnein in wise notwithstanding:: and whatsoever ; Coperas
Wahiinston, December31. 1S44 54 HAMILTON: Yo. n Water *treett hn: yon shall any do in the premises: you; shall duly Loring Andrews, Lawrence Hill, 30 doz Calomel in Vials;

Th, following information has been comnrimlto pst onened nnd offer* f"r sue ".sf -)ri"e to certify unto the Judge aforcsiidj; at th'' time and Cyrus Chpnt'fThuma.: !! Monahan, 300) \Us Cream T '1ar ; 50 doz Opodeldoc j

this Department by tH.. Charge d'AiHtire* suit fV ti ne<1," :t hr::e 11 I eei'it! ;ortment of! pl-ice iforexiJ, together with tnese pre elJt:;. George \Vhit ktr, William H rownsend, 60 dot Bri'h.h nil ; 500 Race Ginger. ; -
II1f'Unitei States at Coj;>enhaen, Denmark, and RR\IY M sDF: fA? UOXABLE. CLOTHINGcon '-.d' i Witness the tlon'le S.UI'LV.. CARMACK: James H Suydam, Amos No es, 200 Ibs Indigo ; 50 doz LandnuO;

i !l'uhed for the benefit of mariners: I Nfin1 in fut of- i L. -. > Judge of our said Court, this JJtn day George William Palen, Leonard John Breasted Appleby.SAMUEL 100 doz Bateman's Drops ;'
Burgoyne
.. TEL''tATtQ'" S of December, A. D., 1814.dtc.U 50 Paragoric and
: A LAWRENCE, President. Peppermint ;
For the of marking the R'efpre'jecting Over Co-lts: ; Clerk.
p'roe 3t GKO' F. BALTZbILL,
q"The Skaw"point. a becon buoy was some. R'ne' hlackand brown Frock an-1 Dress do; JOSEPH B NONES, Vice President. 20 Ibs Nut Megs; 15 kegs Pearl Ash;

c tance laid down nt ill northeastern extremity, Tweed Cn: ltli; Frocks ; NK.-?or nurki.iz: Cotton. 'for sale by LEWIS BENTON, Secretary. 3 groce Seidhtz and Soda Powders .,.

Mlhthoms water, in direction west by south off Kemnrlcv flVor1* and Dress Coats ; i J C ALLEN, CAPT SAM'L CANDLEIl, Marine Inspector. 5 boxeHonck's Panacea; ,

n" t-houjw, and the Old Church Steeple, both1line FIushinjjFro-rks dec2S cor of Centre and Commerce sts.CJEii WILLIAM WELLS, Fire Surveyor. 50 QZS Snlph Quinine ; 40 doz Ink ;

anl furnishe I with three Br,>om<. .; 101) groce Bottle Corks; 30 boxes Starch J
wiiiition another Beacon 't 10')11 -330 bdK a Kio and Havana Collee/ subscriber, AGENT for the above Corn-
t to the foregoing, 50 doz Scotch Scuff 50 do Mactaboy
i P.lack' aril Blrre Cloth' and 1 Cass Pants 'sile C L LeBARON, THE ; ;
7hUnowbeen1aH down at tli;! Soijth-Eistern ; by is: now prepared to receive applicationsfor 50 Soaps, n. :-orted '
: pany ; .
enity !1 the.Jte. f, in four fathoms water, the P aid and Fan,., Cns do dec23 3J Water street
t.oI1e h4nns; Xnrth-Westj and the OM! Skra.iJ'Jrc" Plain an 1 fisurM Sattinett do ------ Marine, Inland transportation and Fire risks, 50 boxes Lemon Syrupy / ,

"' Steeple West. This Beicoa Bo-iy is Jeans ani Kersev do BLACK MITH"S BELLOWS, ANVILS and and to issue polities on reasonable terms. 15 baskets OlivI' Oil ;

bit two brooms, and will like the! : ), 'for sale by B ELLISON( it. CO., T' SKILLMAN 2 groce Yeast Powders;
Ve1c.
STEPHEN
inr: lie O'it durin; the Wintef; ani bhould the dec2S 33 Water street. 30 doz Sioughten Bitters. .
,.ttrr* it away it will be replaced by another, Plain it Black II and ffow'd Satin Vests; o 33 Water street. All orders from the country prom-ptlyaUcD1

irby iu practicable. II Velvet doFinr'dSiIk DLANK MANIiTiSSW.-Manifest of Port Apalachicola Nov. 1st, 1811. nov5 6m ded to. B. S. HAWLEY. )

?rl Custom Chamber and College of Com- do D car'o.. coastwise and foreign, for sale by I ,
Cloth an 1 Cass Ho! J C; ALLEN, .-All persons having claims against NEW GOODS per Barque Eliza.

It&n, Sept. 10. 1044." PlaitS t"h'D"'Tt' (,o dec/23 cor "f Centre and Commerce sts. NOTICE of D D Churchill, late of Fanklin tvvilled Ked Flannel Shirts;, ;
Gent's Drc or 'f GownsShirts. ib 300 pairs of Negro,Pants; / !
ing ming L county, deceased! are requested to present .:
A DN'AVCES.-The undersigned )will maker JLASSE. i -4U bbl N Orlems: Io1asses.lvi. same duly authenticatd mfin the time prescribed 75: pair Satmett Pants; I

'LIiber2J tdrahete* on Cotton const/bed 1 to his White Muslin and Linen Shirts j for sale by C L LeBARON, by law, or this' 'noticfl| \ he plead in 200 twilled striped Cotton Shirt
3s.ls Tisdale York. Colored do di23 3) Water street.S and indented 100 Check, Cotton and Linen bosom do
tCSlrt. & Burden. Nev bar of their recovery'\ !.tUpeBinns.

'= /"% .* WM. T. WOD, Silk Under do \LT i in store, for sale- low to close a consign. to said esfate are reqne&ed' i,:i fke immediate For sale very low KOPMAN.by -
.rle"21
:-T1 ; 33 Water !street. Merino do dodo nent, hy NOURSE > TO VE &. CO., payment. B. ELLISON AdminUlrator.' I .

I.O -S.-- The juhjcribers ar. repared'a' p .rt1 Twilled Drawrrs, rierU 46 Water street. Apalachicola, Dec. 28th, 1844.-2m &. IRON100 cks Nailf;*
ZIP't ; Black and Colored Kid Gloves NAILS
; tons assorted Swedes Iron ; .
t on Cotton cOU8htif !)- "
Silk do tU.sKEY.-15 bbl YVhi.Key, received-10DO pn Men' Kip Brogans; 2 do do EnglUfi do; .

.at & friends at Liveroool Harre/New :Merino and Mohair do vy received per 3chr. 'Ashland, lor sale by JUST ) prs Russett Brogans. for Negroes; For sale by ; .
: .to D. WOOD &. CO .
---I y Water White Bar fn do dec'11 C L LeBARQM, 3) Water st. 500 do Heavy Kip (unbound) for do. WM C PORTER '& CO., .
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29 street.
StoeK Scarfs Cravats Suspender and For sale bv F KOPMAN, '\Vat.r.treet.. .
-I for sale low, to clot a consignment, by d 1"21. VS
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V ANC _rhe snS.tribers continue .as HO\. ery. HAY: NOURSE, STONE & CO., deeU Chestnut -.

betr.e: ,.to nal ke advance on Cotton con- lI:1t It"111 Cips>> ,leI) I .1 -13( Water streut. 0 /COFFEE.-150 sacks Rio.25 sacks Jan47 FOR S\LE.-A pr m'artit'Je ;o'Cbtnanp !

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kJ4yrk or Barton. 't"a BRICK..For WYLIE ..l\feXlNEZ1E"
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} Y G" 'Oij'.S' KiEBbroBgk.& Co., GROCERIES POPULAKJtEMEDY IN THE SOUTH LEGAL
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p, .. I. _.... J!'_'" .. ,: COMMISSION FORWARDING 4 AND WEST'FOR FEVER &: AGUE. NOTIC .
:fT*>&subibCr$ have, received by late arr ., ,MERCHANTS, Wholesale and Retail.

;:J J' vaJs froruNew York and Boston, in, addi. No. ?4 Water-street, Apalachicola, Fla. S. DAMEREL. 50 Water street is Apalachicola DUirict';'i' .fjrf
.tj.lLtp.dnnr NfonneYvtock a larje and general.Waortmcnt WM FRANKLIN !.
Florence stockof COUNT.
,. ot Drjr Goods consisting in part of rpHE undersigned,successors to KIMBROUGH< Goods receiving per Ship others the, a follow- a D. K. Dodge, Cpmpl't,
J. '3t RIDGWAY, will continue business in this embracing among and '

$ t .Krd.Kerevi&ndLinscys.&G.pd,9-4: Daffil Blankets;; city at their,old stand, under the above name. ing articles which he offers at reasonable prices : James C. Watson, et tl.i-Def't J1a. .

S Ijk '. 4D4i 11.4 and;.12.4 Whitney do; Thankrdl.fur the liberal patronage heretofore extended Rio Coffee ; T appearing to the Court, from the .
Loaf
Cloths and Cassiroeres to, us, we again offer our 'services to our, Sugar, West India and Refined ; 1 the Master in Chancery, in thi rp ?rI
Super: ; 'friends, and by strict atte.ition and low charges, Northern Flour in bbls and half bbls ; t That the CUe thSH t
1C:ntckyioasatVdICiseytnercs( following sums due 6y
.4 ; /, ; of business Buckwheat Meal in 8th. and are
full share our quarters;
receive a hereinafter
to
we hope mentioned
1 White and Red Flannels; .. ,a.. for ,the, instalmenfii1!
_ line. Mackerel in,bbls, halves and quarters ; tofore called in, on their FraSS* '
Bleached and 1W stock in
the
'J: :-: Shitting Sheetingsy tt:. fcj- Advances will be made by J. J. Ridgway in Newark Cider and Vinegar; Land and Apalachicola Lot pib&
I fs BroVn Slariingss.nd Sheetings ; Company? ,
i > .Linenand; Cotton Colutnbu?,"on Cotton consigned to us. Also the Cegars and Tobacco various qualities; tice is heretjy given to the partiei JS i" ,

,, V. Furniture, Osjiaburg; usual advances made. by us, on Cotton for shipment Snuifin bottles and bladders ; to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nour r jl- *'
Apron and Checks l
: ; ,
WM. H. KIMBROUGH, Pipe Pawls ; Sperm Candles and Oil ; in said cause, together with the interest thTSI:?
Denims.and Kremlins
.. > ; H. B. KIMBROUGH.' Soap; Cognac Brandy ; Holland Gin; from the first day, March, 1943, their r2S'!
or
and
t 3.4 7.8 and
4.4
t Tickings Stripes ; Apalachicola, Nov. 20, 19-14. nov30 Syrup and French Cordials and Wines ; a tive shares will be sold at public auction r:
French and
American Printi ,
.
English ;
:
Brandy ; Gin Rum Domestics ; cordance with a decree of the :
; ; Court chance
J of
Ca.tunered'Ecoe ; Mousseline! de Laine {. Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ,
P Cheese; Butter; Preserves; Pickles ; for the District aforesaid! to the
.. Meririosand Bombazines; 4 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Spices East India Bagging; /"l.rlLLUJtiaiN'0; Vegetable rJC.Vr.li ," .a1UU.t: amounts so due and owing pay WtdS
Sale !
fim
': Black and Silks VJT PILLS, a certain and Jar that
figur'd lasting cure
Super ; subscriber respectfully gives notice that
Manilla and Kentucky Bale Rope ; day in December next, to wit
:
Super Batrarmes and Earlston Ginghams ; THE has REMOVED his stock of Goods to Manilla and Kentucy Twine; disease.: For sale by J c ALLEN, Daniel McDougal, principal and
interest
i "Super Woolen Shawl. and Fancy Hdkfs; the new building, corner of Center and Commerce Kentucky Packing Yarn ; Nails; dec2l cor Centre and Commerce streets March, 1843.. .. .. .. ...... .... due tat

; Silk and Cotton Hdkfs; sflfes, (known as Capt. Simmon's Buildings,) Spikes ; Bar Iron and Steel ; Fitch & Wordin Hqdson A. Thornton, .. II.tl,6" $> 00
Super Irish Linen Shirting; wh ftjhe offers! for sale a't reducee prices, a large Burton 3,310.Gi
Hepburn his
,
Smoothing Irons and Fire Dogs ; DEALERS IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.diZHA or assigns, were
Diaper, Dowlas and Table Linen; and, general assortment of fresh STAPLE and indebted on the same day and
Boxes Trace Chains
Plain and figur'd Swiss'Muslin ; FANCY GOODS, direct from New York con Cotton Waggon Hoes ; Collins'; Axes; ; VE received their stock of John D. Howell....... .. .. ...year.. ....... 972 7.
Cambric, Jackonet and Checked !Muslin ; sistin 'in part of- Table Pocket consisting of Gold and Sil By order of the Hon. Samuel \V. 368

Ladies' Hose and gent. Half Hose; Black and colored Silk, pnd Cuttl..ry.Gun \ Levers, Duplex, Lepines and Judge of the Superior Court of Franklin CZSIUM
_ ," Allapaca, and Shall, ,and Pistols ; Steel Pens ; plain Watches Gold Guard and Fob Chains county'in
Sewing Silk and Spool Cotton ; Alapeene ; ; the Apalac'hicola District of Florida."I'
,
and de Lane Powder ; Shot { Pcrciision CaiiiFlints |
Muslin
Thread, Tape, Pifts,and Needles. Casmerett Guard Keys ; Gold and Silver Spectacles; do Pen- R. J.
Calicos of new patterns, ; Looking Glasses| Coffee Mills ; MOSES,
cils, Fine Rings do Broaches Gold Braceletts
offer at wholesale retail fa. ; ; ;
Which or on I
Master
thcy in
Shawls
4 ', Muslin, Linen, Diaper; Globe and other Lamps ; Bracelett Clasps Medalions Miniature Cases Cbancf1Apalachico13 .
; ; ; ,
i vorable terms. Fringe Laces Gimps Fringe, Corsetts Hatchets August 19,1844.Franklin .
WILLIAM G PORTER & CO. Parasols Cords Beads Shingling ; Gold and Silver Thimbles; Sleeve and Collar .
decU
I: Ribbons ,
Silk and Cotton Hose) Boots, Shoes, Brogans in great variety I Buttons; Fancy Studs; Purses: ; Head Ornaments; Stipend* (:Q8n. .

t NEW GOODS And a variety of other fancy articles. Crockery and Glass Ware, &c., &c.Fashionable Shawl Pins; Velvet Recticules; Scissors ; Razors R J MOSES, administrator, &c; on John LoAi

t. I Also-Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, Domestics, : and Razor Strops; Cigar Cases; Snuff and dec'd estate, vs. William H Shepheftf

,tI 'f Wholesale and Retail II Hats, Caps, lays, tec., &c. Tailoring.rpHE Tobacco Boxes; Fine Knives: ; Tooth, Nail, Hair, defendant and all others intefested

f ." J STEVENSON & CO. offer for sale, at their To which additional supplies will occasionally subscriber, having just arrived from New and Lather Brushes; Dressing Combs.; Shaving' THE take notice, that I hate filed a]JttfitiaQ:W;

old stand, the most extensive and general received during the business season, all of which 1 York, with a splendid stock of Cloths: Cas- Soap: ; Steel Tweezers; Steel Keys and Chains; for forclosure of mortgage of certain J>ehQa1

1 1 assortment of Goods they have ever before had in will be sold at a small advance, for cash. simeres VestingSi &.C.., of the most fashionable Key Rings; Pocket Compasses, &c. I property in the City Hotel consisting or

;: I this market. They respectfully invite their nov9! tf ....t N. SEYMOUR. styles which he is prepared to make up in the FISHING TACKLE.-RodSj Reelsj (a fine I ture, &c., and that I will apply for foreclosure tuim tf

I, friends country merchants, and the public generally most fashionable manner, and at such prices that article) Grass, Silk, and Fancy Lines Hooks, said mortgage at the next term of the SUperior

to give their stock an examination before NEW GOODS will give satisfaction to his customers. The business Snells and Floats. Court for the county of Franklin.

purchasing! elsewhere. This stock consists: inartofviz Wholesale and Retail. will be under the entire management of (JrJ- N. B.-Particular attention paid to repairing R J MOSES, administrator,

: WM..c. LAWRENCE, who is well known as a WATCHES, CLOCKS, MUSIC BOXES de bonia non, & c., on John Locke, dec'd, ejttfe-
black French Cloths ELLISON &. CO. No. 33 Water street
,
Super anti invisible' do B person that i 1:1 fully competent to suit the taste of and JEWELRY by JOHN L. FITCH Apalachicola, Dec. 20. 184 J. decal!tit
:Medium, black, blue green offer for sale, a fresh stock of well selected
the most fastidious from his long experience in CHAS. \V. WORD IN.
black French and English Cassimeres,
4 Super GOODS, suitable for this Market; among whichare Jackson Superior CotaH*
this business. I shall Continue first of Centre Water streets
'.. Do fancy and Doeskin do, the following to keep a cor : : Elijah Robins, }
:' s..I and 64 Tweeds and Beaver Cloths, : rate assortment of Goods for Garments, togetherwith Apalachicoh Dec. 1st, 1841. dec7
Super Silk, Satin and Plaid Velvet Vestings ,Groceries of all descriptions ; an assortment of Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, ---- vs. >Attachment for 8115 87i
de Cosse and Mouslin de Lames Brown and Bleached Domestics ; Catherine B. Loftin, >
Rich Cashmere Shirts, Stocks, &.C., to fit out gentleman's ward- 'rltilo..fug.
*: licit plaid and figured Silks, black Lustring and Latest styles of Printed Calicoes; robe, and shall use every exertion to give satisfaction (03TERMS-Cash on DeZivert,. ) THE Defendant and all others interested vi
I. Senshaw do. Scarlet and White Flannels ; that will make it inducement for those 'F.I.and Winter Fashions received.w d of the institution of this suit by at.
I an just
'Black and fig'd Alpaca, Merino and BalzanneflR"Chusans Flannels tachment feiUrnable to the next
_ Canton ; 6.4 Sheeting ; THE Spring term A(
": rich Cashmere de Cosse favoring ,me with their Custom to continue to subscriber respectfully:
dnd Prints the CoUrt of Jackson
1i SUpeliof
Mouslin de Laines; Irish Linens informs county. If tjjtj
Fine'Earlston and Manchester Ginghams, ; do so. R. STE NBERGH. the Citizens of ApalachU
.l. see fit to do so, they plead to the !
_ # 'ackonett, Swiss, Plaid, Lace andlJook Muslins, Swiss Muslin and Cambric Checks ; Apalachicola, Oct. 26,1844. Cola and its vicinity, that he has may declirat/on
filed in said case A H BUSH
Cambric fig'd nett, fig'd cap, and other do, Gimp Edging, aRBlbrl'd colors ; Gloves) removed his TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT Pl'Jfi1..
Lace Bobbins do Merino Undershirts and Drawers &c. Marianna, N*: 23th, 1344.V dee1
*t Thread ,.Thread Edging, ,Tapes I. ; Ship Chandlery, to the new

; Ir\ '&c. &c. Hosiery ; White and striped Shirts; WOOD, 23 Water street, offers for building of Capt> Simmons,corner S Itt tsbal Sale.

"i' Lisle Lace and Edging, black Silk and Cotton French Dimity ; Lace Muslins ; WA. of Centre and Commerce street, virtue of three writs of fi. fa. issued from

I ; Scotch Lace,and&c.Russia&c. Diapers,Crash and Hhuckaback ,;English and French Ginghams ; Cordage. Blocks, Oars, Oakum, and is how prepared, on reason' BY the Superior Coiirtj for Franklin County and '

t Napkins, Table and Toilet Covers, Damask Table Cloths and Napkins ; Rigging Leather, Pump do., Hooks, _- able terms- execute all orders District of Apalachicola in favor of John Hardin,
,
Also-A large assortment of Domestic Goods, 34 Scotch and Russia'Diaper; Thimbles. Handspikes, Capstain Bars, -- in his line business,in the latest Benito T Caro and Isaac! S Jaques, against tit! j

to 5.4 Brown Homespuns. Superior Ticks;Cloths and Cas<-imeres; Sewing Mallets, Marline Spikes" and ttiost fashionable styles, and Warranted to fit.IN. Southern Life Insurance: and Trust Company

-Bleached Sheeting and 54 to 124 sheeting, Osna- i Fancy Vestings; Soaps and Perfumery; Can, Boat, Box, Bale and Fish Hooks, .B.-Boys Garment !particularly attended to. me directed, (the former purchaser having fold!

: burgs Shell, Horn and Ivory Combs; Hand Pumps, Deck Buckets, JAS. C. COLEMAN. comply with the terms of sale) I shall again o&r

Twilt'd'lucky Jeans Jeans,, Shirting Stripes, Satinetts, Ken- Fine Silk and Nutria Hats ; Draw do, Cedar do., Tin Funnels Apalachicola Oct. 1st, 1814._o7tfBlucksmithing ., for sale at public outcry at (he Court House bor

__ Negro Kerseys, Linseys, 9..& to 124 Whitney Silk, Velvet and Cloth Caps; Iron Shovels, Scrub Brushes, Mops Ac. in the city of Apalachicp, on the first Moodq

0 Blankets, Hair, Seal and Seatetl Caps ; Hickory, Luch and Corn Brooms, in January next, within the usual hours of m.

\ 94 to 124 white Massachusetts"Quilts, Mosquito I Kip Brogans j Russet do ; Signal and Horn Lanterns, Scraper, THE subscriber respectfully:: informs to the highest bidder for cash ffactional lot Jk

Netting, &c..&c. J*, Boy's sewed and pegged Brogans ; Caulking Irons, Making Irons, the cithtens of Apalachicolaand 9, in Block D. front range in f he city of Apalad*
' 4 Also An assortment of Hats and Caps.Ashland Ladies fine Kid and Calf Shoes ; AxchannelPs Fish Lines Parslino its vicinity that he has erect- icolaj together with the buifcfingi atid apcrft

<.', Sporting, Cassimere, Russia, kabbit and Gent's fine and coarse Boot ; ed on Commerce (in the rear ofNo.2' nances theteon, as the property of the Souttea]
4 ; .(' "'1. t 'other kinds. Nails cut, Scupper do., Copper do., .. ) Watef) street, 'a BLACK- '
t : ::,. 'Cloth and Glazed Caps,Boys and Children's fancy A Feather full asorl of table and pocket Cutlery; Pump Tacks, Screws, Tar, Pitch, SMITH'S SHOP, where he is pre claim.Life Insurance and Trust R.Company MYEKS ttf Minks s ti(1-
0 Fly Dusters Green Blinds ,
; ; .
Oil.
Caps.AlsoAn .Gimblets
Turpentine. Augers ,
4 to with
pared execute neatness and
and Cotton Seine Twine despatch, Apalafhicola, Not. 26, 1944. nb't1o! lN
_ assortment of Boots and Shoes, coarse Hemp ; Hooks and Staples, Ides, Gridirons ,
and the reasonable -
on moet ,
all in his
terms work ._ I
- Brogans, Mens lined and bound do," Looking Glasses, assorted ; Mallets, Chalk, Tormenters, line of --
_ Caulking business entrusted to his care.HlCrtARD I
.. AU3IINI.sTRATOW NO' tt8
T Gents tine Calf ww'd and other Boots, Wood Ware of all ,
description. ; Coffee and Pepper !Mills, Cork Screws, P ARK R.
Ladies fine Kid Slips," Walking Shoes, Gaiters,
Crockery and Glass Ware; Dust and Shoe Brushes Coffee Pots
ii Apalachicola, Oct itfthj 144-m
.
Buskins, & /&c. Transparent Window Shades O1ti-Six' weeks alter date, I shill apply
I with variety of Fancy Articles, ; Bellows, Tablj and Tea Spoons,
Together a great
to the Honorable G M Davis Judge tf
.A. 1 ,
Saddles Bridles and Saddle Boot and Shoe
such as Ladies' Fancy Work Baskets and Boxes, Bags ; Knives and Forks, Carving do., Making.:
i Hair Brushes, fancy Soaps, extra German Cologne, y Tin' Ware of all descriptions. Dishes, Mugs, Basins, Lamp Feeders, THE subscriber! having returned from the County Collrt of Franklin county fof lettw
I Gold and Silver Pencils, Tortoise Shell, Tucking Together with the above, and a yariety of other Candles, Tea Canisters, Dust Pans, New York, with a large and well se- of administration on the estate of Lathrcd &b

t 'and Side Combs, Ridding Buffalo and other do, articles too numerous to mention. Merchants: Russia and American Duck, ..,.. 4r81ected'stock of leather of all kinds, is : cock, late of said county, deceased.
English
Ladies' Silt} Purses, Hair Pins Artificial Flowers,.. and planters from the country are invited to call now prepared at his old Stand on Ches- JAMES A. AB0&N.ApalacWola .
( Raven's do. Axes
: Bonnet Caps &c. &c., with a great other Compasses, ? : Nov. 26th 1844. nov&fGir
4 many and examinebefore purchasingelsewhere. nov23 nut street, near Com m fce, to attend to the above { ,
4 articles usually kept in a dry goods establish me ;- Sewing, Seine and Sail Twine, business in
all its variotte branch .
all of which will be sold upon the most pleasing New and Fashionable Goods Marline, Sheaths and Belts, : French CalfSkin NOTICE weeks alfer date, I shall alj
Boot and Shoes made to order in the most Wm. G. M. Davis Judge of
i terms for cash or city acceptance. Sail, Bagging and Sewing Needles, ,
Apalachicola Nov., 16, 18-1-1.' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! White Lead, Red Lead, Black Paint, fashionable style. the County Codrt of Franklin county, for Wfcrt
r
subscriber begs leave to call the attention ocr He has also on band a supply of French
THE of administration the estate of Donald tmj1,
t'I I t ,:\Y: Hardware, Tinware, &c. his,customers, and country merchants to Yellow and Ochre Tar, Brushes Verdigris.Varnish Putty,, Gaiter Boots, Calf Skin Shoesand Slippers which 1: bell, late of said aUnty on deceased. .
Pajnt ,
extensive of
an assortment GOODS, which he has he
offers for stile low
if
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: :, "EGBERTS, ALLEN & co, commerce st., just received from New York, which he offers at Dividers, Pen Knives, Log Books, other house in as not lower than any !' WILLIAM A. ARCHED

It l' (between Chaariut and Cherry sts., arc r-eceiv. the lowest market prices and on the most reasonable Log Slates and Pencils, Hand Lines, the city. ApalacrrCola--. Not. 1th, 1844. MT96fJ I

4 '! ,In.idbave ih Store, Goods in part as follows: terras-among which will be fond the following Paper and Quits, Ink, Tin Ware, nov22_THOMAS CLARK. OTIC..Six tteeks after date I shall applj

l {S;.. ...:*!;nd ARDWARE 3 S Rim Locks-Carpenter's, assorted,sizes Walkers: Improved :-Calicos, of all descriptions, Deep Sea Lines, Hand Leads, Crockery, Drugs and Medicines. 11 to the Honorable Judge of the County Cowt!

M Stock Locks, all sizes: Crape de Lames, Deep Sea Leads, Yeast Powders, THE subscriber has, and will of Franklin cofmty/ for' letters of admini.
: ; Desk, Trunk, Chest and Till Locks: Cashmere de Ecosse, Jack Screws. Spunyarn, constantly have,on hand,a complete' on the estate of Carlton M. Evans, deceased
Knobs and'Norfolk Latches: Screws: ", Hosiery, of all descriptions Packing Yarn. nov30 as-scytment of DRUGS and MEDI- FRANCIS MARSHALL..

I Butts and Strap! Hinges: : Blind Trimmings: Silk Shawls and Handkerchiefs, CINES, which he will Apalachicolar: Nov. llfh, 18- 4. 0166"
,Shutter and'DoOr Bolts: Tacks and Brads: Flamrels, Apron Checks, Cabinet Furniture &c. warrant pure -
Files i round.and flat, all sizes: Mitt Saw'do. ; Bleached and Brown Sheetings, and of the best quality. Country OTICE.-SiA week'after date, I shall app!'
Carpenter's and Blacksmith's Tools: Umbrellas and Shades, P HO BERT, No. 42 Water street-Up stairs; Merchants and Planters will find it N to the Hon. W. G. M. Davis, Judre (lUll

_ I American end English cut and Mill Saws. : Mitts, Gloves, Cuffs, &c. &c. having just received an assortment of Fur to their advantage to cal. examine and price his County Court erf F'fanklTn county, for letteif'iadministnitiotl ,

U Wro't and Cut' Nails and Spikes: I Over,.Dress and Frock Coats, niture, consisting of: Goods, before purchasing else\ here. i on the estate of David D.ChorcuUt

Horse Nails: Table Cuttjery: Cassimere and Satinett Pants, Sofas, Sideboards and Beaureaus; N. B.Physician's prescriptions put up with. late of said cofmty deceased.
;
_-' Pen and JackKnives: Cook's and Batcher's do: Silk and Fancy Vests, Tables, Secret rY'I and Bookcase ; care and accuracy at any hour of the day or night. i ENJAMIN ELLISON.
4 Tea and hand Bells Castors Candlesticks Flannel Muslin and Shirts
: : : h. Hickory ,
i Wardrobes, Washstands and Bedsteads; J C ALLEN, j Apaladtcola? I: ov. 1st, 1844. nov5 6
Brirania Tea and Coffee Pots: Spoons:. Negro Pants,Jackets, &c. &c.
Ladles: Lamps: Spittoons, &c:, Cal Seal and Water Proof Boots, Dressing, Pier and Centre, folding and decl-i_cor of Centre and Commerce st!' months after date will apg

TIN WARBPlain and Japanned! a general as- Calf Kip and Russett Brogruns Card Tables:: ; NOTICE. Court W
,
c : f aortment, wholesale and retail: Ladies' fine, coi'd! and black Kid Slippers, Curl'd Maple fancy and Windsor Chairs; "_ SADDLERY OF AtrL KINDS.- JiWge of the County
( I 10 t ASTINGS-Hollow Ware: .',: U ", Walking Shoes, Mahogany spring seat Rocking Chairs; / t Just received a large and general as- Franklin County, for.letters. of dismission on {
( Cook and Parlour Stoves 1& col'd and bl'k Gaiter Boots sortment the estate of William brriker, senr., late of
,.ec4i : Curl'd maple do, with cane back and seat f _, following'articles:-
'SumKettles and Mills: Variety of Misses and Childrens Shoes and Boston and Fancy Rocking Chairs.! Ladies Saddles of various kinds :2nd qualities; county deceased.tVILLlAM. .,
It Cauldron Kettles 30 to 150 gallons i Bootees. Also, a large assortment of splendid Mahoganyand Gerits do do do do. tVORRIKER, Jr.. Adm'tApatachicola
Plough Points: Sadirons, &c Fine Moleskin and Fur Hats, COO Dec. 10 1844. dtcH 6EL
I-) JRONT..AND STEEL-German Hats Gilt frame LOOKING GLASSES all of h Harness, brass and silver mounted; ,
Hunting
I English Bus.t :
2 ter and Cast Steeh Caps orall descriptions, which he offers for sale very low, for Cash. Sulky do do do do. Sii months after date I .ha 3P

1 .' :--* '< Square,:round aad flat English American, and Superior Black Cloth, Apalachicola, Nov. 30, 1844. Wagon and Pray Harness ; NOTICE Hon. Judge of the County e

$ (J ,., Swedish,iron: ,Cassimeres and Tweeds, ALSO Jackson county, For letters of dismission'ft'
.o. .. 'Sheet slid Boiler Iron: ", Black Satin Vestrngs. Stationery Cutlery &c. Dray Saddles, Collars, Lines, Harness, Britch- administration on the estate of SaIUp'1 ,.
SHIP CHANDL1:: Y-tlanilla Cordage 2 to Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery. en, Belly Bands, Harne Straps, CircingFes' Gitts, of said deceased.

I 4, :.,: 6 inch:. .. Together with a variety of other Goods too numerous A GENERAL assortment of Blank Books, Martingales, Whips, Curb, Snafffe and Dray laCe county SARAH H. POPE,' (rit
,,,# TarreaRopei aand'4mencan: to mention, all! of which he will sell as : Stationery Cfftlery, Perfumary, Fancy I Bridles, which he offers for sale at reduced prices .
"Kentucky and Russia P .clungYam: low other establishment in this He which the follow Jackson County, July 26, 1844"OTICE.
1 I as any city. Goods! &.c., &c., among are rngj for CASH ONLY PETER HOBERTnov23
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Rig ingand Pump Leather: Hand Spikes: respectfully invites you to call and examine for Writing, Letter and Acrcrotfnt Paper j : AH having claims'J 1 .
Water
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street= persons
stairs.
t Anchors Hooks and Up
: Thimbles: ; yourselves, and he is satisfied that be can offer d1'deceased !
Note and IN of
; Envelope, Wrapptog Paper J AMORY ROGERS, late Frtnklioj
and Cotton Hooks; Shives: such,inducements that will insure him a share of ; Journals I T UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned the pns1 .
l Ledgers; ; to present
BqA'dandcumrnon.Blockz1' are requested
I I .Bthoins:' Bucket&; Pitch': Tar and.mp Canal Boxes: your patronage..' FRANCIS, KOPMAN Cash, Invoice and Day Books ; JLJ having' been appointed !Inspector Lumberfor authenticated, within the time P nNo.19'Id.

I i 'R sih'i Paints: Oils, &c. :*, .Old stand altzell's Buildings.Apalachicola Quills; Ink and Ink Stanch ; the Cofrnty! of Franklin, offers his services or this notice will be plead in; btfrf tb gJIcovery
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I 1'. We continueth manufactory TSn, Iron* and Nov. 1.1844.' Bills Lading and Manifests ; the public in that capacity and will attend to all ; and all persons indel3td'tO ud &. !

0 COPP!'". R/wfiugrdone in Tin orCoppertlack.smitlung Memorandum Books; Almanacs ; duties appertaining. said appointment. requested to make Immedlatta payment.
A H lIDS New Orleans i!'
I I, as usual all on moderate terms. .for. cash. \\J| Sugar ; .; Wafers; Sealing; Wax,;' Ink Powder CCh Otfice corner Commerce and Forbesstreet.. B T CARD, it8mi' str2ti
I :) do St. Croix do., for sale by 6
1 j S Apalachicola Nov. 22, ,1844.: ; / '' AVERY JONES, t Spelling Books; Dictionaries } JOHN' LUCAS. Apalachicola, Nov. 20th,-14. n23
.. hlllfALF hbls Fulton Market Beef Apalachicola, Oct. 15, 1844. o9 tfERON.40
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S ) l ; dec21 21 Water'street. Geographies and Atlasnes! j TOTICE-Ah' persanr having CountY,4'l
I ''f 50 bbls Prime do; Prayer Books and Bibles ; tons, comprising a 'complete assortment 1" Isaac Jackson.-lkr of JfefeM CuY .

I' )L ,. -. : -- L: 50 do ,Mew- _, .do; _'_. ,' S- 'FEE-20 skI Havana Coffee, for. sale low Annuals for 1845 ; Pocket Knives; I of flat, round and square Swedes and ceased, are required'tb'pi-esCflf' tht' ;

i.J" For sale by W A WOQ1, ',,to clde' a consignment by Watts' and Methodist Hymns;, English Iron, landing from ship Tarolinta. thenticated, to the sbstti6frj "!itbrn thIt'!

.i::'" _n0v3li "1 !!Watej street; : ,NOORSE' STONE' &CO., Playing Cards all qualities ; For sale by J DAY & CO., prescribed lav.- 'thirnrtk'e will.be s;::;f

; W ;-.Justl received. 75 box* .d c2l 46 Water street. Gold and Silver'Pencil Cases ; ) nov30"" ._ 52 Water street. bar or their recovery.All' iuons Itdiatt.Jtt

'i' : Window Glass' of the following sizes:- oo [; P PAPER Of all sizes Ivory and Shell Combs ; ; do Cider; said estate arc rjt1est d to iflae i inemfntf : ,I
13V2 12'by 16. 10 ?14 QQBBLanyA1e25 H .}Ad'dfiJ;
by I'V andc"usaleby; J ALLEN Blacking and Brushes ; do ,JACKSON'N <
.t.b14Jec }2Q'" 12 15. : 10 ,CI *' >> ,iJackJbn '
12 >dec4' l H.rt7oemerce and Centre sts. Lead Pencils. and Pencil-Points ; 8 bbis Wolsey and 'Wolsey's Sugar .
<- *' '; ",18, .. 11"'"> 16 8 II 10 Fish Hooks and Lines ; 5 boies do do do ; Coufttv...Oct.26 1844. .dJ .
SIGN PAIN-
flA1NTE D.--A
V ftcyether with an assortment of smaller. 'sizes, good Razors and Straps ; Shaving Brushes' 20 boxeS- Codfish. London Porter ,CO-PA EB H1l.'"
"TER.wi od andgoodbyyngt ; OF
: steady employment !
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wliicn-will 1 ryJovW ,
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:' i 47 .: 7 A CJ ,!' JAS GIBSON, Hair, Cloth and Teeth Brushes ; 10 boics Tobacco; 5 tierces Rice; DISSOLUTION hf f
CALi.E
"* cor' vo 4T* tiec2T J ', Commerce' street. 1 Steel Pent; Cologne. ; ,. 50 btxes-Sperm Cihdleij 5 chests Tea.. the and style of -HOk.! .
jfRENCE
der name
entre'.aOO
dec14 \ Co uzi ., ._ ,c4
Jt -...' -,. __ __,____"___rcegt____ _____ v Saps and Hair Oils ; For sakby W-A WOOD ,j ," Carpenters, is thIS i day tit
( 'i"k NAVY BREAD; : 0' bbl WhilJk 1; 75 do Flour; Lamp Glasses and Wicks ; nov30. 23 Water'street.AHD mutual, consent. Allclaios due by saM finD II

:' 2. Vt BBLSio :PilotBrtadi4itJ ; tA '1Q do Molasses.for sale by Pocket Boobs and Wallet ar4 tlciC macbud
; ; \V AI &- lO, tons Hollow Ware; requested to be presented
't'r : : < llO5]$ bbls Butter Cracker -AVERYfc JONES' PortFolios; ,Backgammon ,Boards;', H I Ordoz Spades: arid Shovels nSke:paymentto EbeneZ3T, Hctb0W"'thi
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t 24 Water street. .
:1 f' I.I-u-. 4o-' .n" UU| -Lt -- -, :::;.: I < Silver and Steal Spectacles ; 5 casks Io :; 10 :Anvil an Vices i tinue the above busi ess D.his accOt r .
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*' ,.f O.N 'Cb'\.Co: cecan''"- 'No.-. ., FOR:8AL&, -.A prime':article of "Cbe a gQ I ? ,Silk,and'Cojtow Purses ;. .. ., 20.pir, Blatksmith'i 1 .Be1tos; of therintobe 3edi0hi=on 01"Slgntd .- I

,. ] ,dQ pJ. lorate.by' Qflt ? N.Y., Butter,'b .-. Music Boxes, &-c., Ac. .. 101 cases Cotton'and'Woolen5 Cards. ( ) 'EB &,

I S. ), : .E-'B\V"IT1\tt\RS1J, J :i .' ,;NOUMESTONE &. CO.. For sals at reduced trices by ,. ,, Forpaltfby; WM: Q PORTER: CO.:, WMCLA. S
it"W: :1: 29 WAt6tI CLL : .. dee2f"' -, 0'' .\0... '11.1v. -
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'this Mexican W.r, do nol find a day of r the Union's hope -for-the -": ---- =--------- ----------- ----- ---- -
speedy rather
the American of Democratic restoration I higher prices. States and Canadian I will not for nn instant hesitate when
will I '
retribution, people they
ascendancy be
must founded I free
bitter fair '
upon a demand
,
brought 35s. and I MARINE"INTELLIGENCE.
are choose
: compelled to between For
on n confident Sal
all feelings of humanity and expectation that the abolitionists he former cooperation -
lost jus- under bond 31s. Gd.
bare to 32s. with that THE House
per
will turn to their former b bl. party, ot an alliance with a ...... and I )
ticc.-(Sar. Ill}'. with the Democrats. The alliance Indian Corn is attracting more attention band of fanatics and disunionists. Whig PORT OF APALACIIICOL.October .. ;iii Market and Broad rlLgonFiinini
venerable i is at advance SI."ARRIVED It
an in
Several Peach
price. houses I principles dear them == - Or ir
are to but -
From the Haltimor* American.] fairly caught in his own A. York Southern --= :--- owned and
[ trap.-[ o capital have bought Flour iu bond occupied by Mt
freely rights dearer
are infinitely and .
: Spectator. ; victory is will
\VI1IGS OF MASSACHUSETTS. be sold low
t: it 42s. for
Tn and Wheat ca4h.
efforts which have been so studiousI ai i t is at equal prices. acting,I only to be achieved by a coalition with. Bir- Oct. 2S -Brig Atcltafalaya, Patker, fin Boston. Oct. ',>I, I .J6.; cl
rumored Oct.
:;
The the I SO-Bark
on tIM Sarah
From the Baltimore American. supposition the ney and his crew, they will unhesitatingly. Sheatf. Sand, fm Liver
made to confound the Whigs of Mascbaselts ] pressure i of want in Ireland anti Scotland L prefer defeat to the : pool. to J Day ic Co To Lt.t
; of
I [BY TELEGRAPH.] Ignominy such an In gale of
as a
will induce the Government I wind on;, the 9th. of Sept. Nicholas THE BRICK BAKJ
with a sect of political abolitionists Fifteen to open the sociation. Van Appin fell
Days later from the fibre
from Europe>> ports free of all duties. Free Flour has Sh ran"and yard of the Sarah .f[; !53Valer, fronting ")
not was
in that Stale may now be given ii up CALEDO'IA.Till'
( ealized so high rates, the latest prices being I CANADA.--There is something like the In lat. 36, lon 33, spoke ship Atlantic, 150 days
.;
who make them arc willing to be go- IeamnGrtat Britain ashore on the Irish l : Western Canal : from Maratejn, bound to Havre J \
those Coast ; 34s. Cd., other brands i glimmering of the light of distant :rew sick with OctSI ,n-tr
-Her Pass ngr8 aft safely landed 33s. Gd. annexation scun'-supJlicd them with prO\'i -- ,
of Also
lon9 in
a sense propriety and) a knowledge 103.Js. Indian Corn ----- -
by -
rertieu1 being lat. 21;
Jhrrriage of the Queen of Spain-Advance h lad reached scarce P the indistinct rumbling of its thunder lon 79, spoke ship Colehus, 43 days from For
of (act. Th sterling good sense of L in Cotton-Flour, Grain and Prod 50s., but is selling now at 46s., Antwerp, with passengers bound to Caltrstoo. ICcn
of Massachusetts is far fat buoyant. tie .Mar- and Indian Meal; which was held at :!Gs., -in the following paragraph, quoted Steamer Augusta, :\I.Iean.: fm Chattaljoochee. --s TilE Lirse, nf'

the \rh g* as l"Cno"cJ has receded to :!;]s. P : from an English paper: Steamer Albany, Griffin, fm Hambridse.Francis .1 wm DWELLING HOI ,

from indulgence j in fanatical; abstract NEW YORK, OCT. 21, 10i P.I.. PROVISION ..3jj.tedcnthecornero' .e
MARKKT
OCT. 3.-Beef does England has her .
The placed North American the
Steamer opposite
residence
t a* the general' intellectual freedom j in:I rived Caledonia, Capt. Lott, ar not demand the ready sale it did! a month Colonies on the same footing with the U. Kopimm, The house IS well tim>>hed.cf .

is of individual at Boston at a quarter past eleven since. Poik is in sniall and the S. Wllor.r.S.LEtv RETAIL DEALER IX of
that State prolific eccentriities. supply in the home markets. The power has DRY GOODS. quire COR.September .\ :

The prevalence of mental cultivation o'clock last night, bringing Liverpool datesto ,: nand The nol whole so active as anticipated. de-I been given to colonhrh legislation m modifyor CLOTHING ROOTS, SHOES, &.c., HATS, AND 13, 1$4G.
of the
which produces an aggregate of in- the 4th inst. n..I.. ., .. __ __ > '_' Government L ___ : repeal_ duties imposed arid enactments oct! Che;:.lMt-Street. AnaLirhirnTaH. J'b...._ I For lieu
V Ur.CII --- -
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the The steamer Great Britain, Cipt.; IIos- UJC 'Hn nil.dt ,UUJ( Herces made by the htilperial'anliament.. And, K- \Vooi>. TilE very dt'Sinb! .

iclliffence throughout community as a ken, left Liverpool an average of i'7 3s. and 7d. Buttercarce. sooner or later, the free navigation of the St. Wood V Co .fi;;; of Centre and Markr; >,
the
.
22d
*hole! may; be expected to develop many on ult., for Mew; s shipped in proper order would Lawrence must be conceded. \Vre AUCTIONEERS AND ticulars, apply tu
say COMMISSION
oft'-slioots of random! growth-but the main York, with ONE HUNDRED ASD KIGHTY-: lay well, as Irish Butter had advanced froth must, because the first step of Withdrawing MERCHANTS, R.hl.h i I:

body of the Ire? is not to I be grafted upon : FIVE PASSENGERS, and] on the same night, 43s.96s., to while 100s. Lard in barrels bring 41s. to all protective consideration from thfe colonies No. 2 Columbus Building _- September S, 1S4G.

she kegs for domestic use, would as integral portions of the Oct. .31. ApahchicoljJolm
WENT is
We ASHORE at Rathmullin, in Dun- empire, For salt
accidental the following bring 45s.
spiout. to 48s.
the quote
the
drum Bay, Coast Ireland.! The only prelude of what will inevitably fol S. Hiitcliinsoii, c'''''H THE DWELLING li
from' the Boston Daily Advertiser: passen- DEATH of LATE low. ,\1 e may be thought alarmists! ; but AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION E4i:;;; situated on (he corn; I
gers were all safely labded. At the TilE ENGLISH MINIS ..
latest it is
The comments of the Southern pressupon nevertheless, our honest convictionthat MERCHANT, .treetpal.1ducola a

the action of the 'late Convention-: accounts she had not been got oft". Her TER.-The Hon. Henry Stephen Fox, late the tendency of these new political Solicits patronage.: ->\PAL.CmCOLFa.. No ly, Block -4, on IBM f

those of the Democratic as well as the L cargo had: been discharged* The particulars envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary movements will be to force, by the irresisti- A. N. McKay, dwelling and i is one House of the w most very desir conYQ?? '<

Whig prc1' -show the danger: into which : of this disaster will be found annexed. of her Britanic :Majesty, to the ble pressure necessity, this Province intoso COMMISSION: MERC H dence in the city. Apply I, 1
"'Young Massachusetts"! ; )$ had well! nigh led I United States died close and beneficial a connexion with the A NT.
The surgeon of the Great Britain in the city \Vashing No. 10 Water street, Esq., Apalachicola, or toRICH.
us. The Democrats declare that we are all first was the ton on Tuesday, id the 56th United States, that ere long a general community Sept 21, IS 16. Apalachicola! Florida H
who
Abolitionists (If such stamp as to be readyjo landed, with the Mail Bags, with year of his of mercantile intercourse, and, by August II, 1610. 3I-2m

t dissolve the Union to achieve our immcJateends which he proceeded to Liverpool via Belfast age, after a long and painful illness. The' consequence of' social fellowship be established T. II. Austin & 4ic.. -- -

: while the \Vhigs are obliged to :-they were brought the Union says : and a thorough amalgamation of COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J. Stevenson *S
on to United
dforts of The I mutual interests be No. 4o Water -Y&. 43 Water arid iV,.
cover'the
some members of the States tho Hon. Henry Stephen Fox born perfected ; sd that nl Street

Convention, by showing) the upright. able by. Cunatd steamer Caledonia in 1791 ; and was the son of Gen was Henn'Edward last it will be difficult, if not impossible, to Oct.; 24._APdlad lcola. Fa. Are now opening their I ,,1'1

, and sound' position of the majority.: Nothjn Capt. Lott. In the course of the following Fox, the first Lord Holland. He define the position of Canada.A .-. W Cullen otter Dry Goods for sale, Boots, Shoes, liar ",

be clearer than that in the day, Wednesday, the 23d thus low for cash or c 'J
can eyes of a l.trge number was the nephew of the celebrated AUCTIONEER AND Apalachicola*
COMMISSION 21
ISi'
the Southern Whigs, a movement has been of the passengers proceeded to \Varren Charles James Fox, and cousin of the late PROFANE SWEAREH NoM'tvs'ED MERCI! .-\ NT.

made( here which if successful, would have Point, others to Downpatrick with the amiable and! enlightened Lord Holland. Schoharie county there lives a man whose Solicits a share of Public Patronage. Removed I))'
intention
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cut off all tlh,*{' in thi< Statrvho; wished) We may add moreover, that through one addiction to profanity; in such that his name Oct 21 A P..LCHICOL.FA.. THE strt !eribr has taken 'f'-
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under ,ilie c.M
.Slates establish number proceeded to the latter I by some internal thermometer he D. Bugbcc, will be happy to his fru
United ; 10 justice insuieAnmes.tr place where merry King Charles II, and so gradu- WILL! continue the Commission see : J!

imiifluilhv.- provide fur the com Ihe SCl'ne nf Thiirsilnv._',. the >Jrli__ trtnrnmcr_ nf Hpnrv. IV.. consequently ;ares his oaths as In make* them nnnlv. -., to- the---- u.Inrr-, i->_")_.*-_--..__., ._.. *.-.. UIU 1,1 :_!'l-__ y Forward-- .* generally. I will receive b\ t
v lnU
mon defence promote the cenernl tvelfare% presentell one that the pcdple of n. that---0'IHile In his younger days, Mr. Fox was well peculiar case in hand ; the greater the mis- lumbus Buildings, where* .v he will attend 9 10lO prorapi-- Medicines now due at, Chemicals this pert,, an Pun a-" 'r'!

anJ secure tin1 Missings of liberty to ourselves Irish known in the beau inonde of London, as one hap or cause for anger, the stronger and ly and faithfully to any business entrusted to his Medicines.Oct. : !
ami village never before witnessed.! Four of more frequent his adjurations. His busi- care.
our posterity.' frum any influence a coterie of elegant, gay, and 21
h horse coaches, and dozen witty gen ness is that of a gatherer of ashes which Apalachicobi Sept. 15 1S40. -
tlemen -
in the ptililic ronri-els. or any sympathy some jaunting of high birth, among whom be 30-5t ----- ---

with Jino( put of the I'uion which differs cars, loaded with passengers, proceeded at Lord Byron, Lord Kinnaird, and others were collects in small quantities and transports: in I. D. Bugbee MUSLINS and, Flannels, Che. .:

Inim; us i on on' particular: : question.Tlif the same time Belfast more or less celebrated in their time an ox-cart. Upon a recent occasion i hating COMMISSION AND Mohegan "I
to to take whose FORWARDING Lustre
Alapaca BUnkels
,
I passage by dint 1 1
by aigreat labor succeeded :
il I deeds in his
he.jrhi and final and filling
jjpner :: action ofdie sayings; are recorded MERCHANT
the by Moore en?, Hdkfs. and
steamer Windsor hosiery,
which : anti
sailed vehicle h
Convention relieves us from I his f.itnli on that i in t his life of Byron. he started for the ashdry* which No., 7, Columbus Block, Prints, both English and An

i ntr.lCi.I11) Tho resolutions of the Conteniion d.iy for Liverpool. Amongst these passengers After the. general peace in 1315., he vis- stands, upon the brow of a steep hill ; and it _Sept. 1.3; 1S4;. Apalachicobj Fa. found in the market, hive: ju-4 rl

itself the t' ne of most of its speakers. were the distinguished Danscuses Vien- i ited the continent, and by remaining too was not until he reached the door that he At Private Sale Cc-tober rR.I I

:mil' I that I impressiie c:Ioi in: appeal I of noises, forty-eight in number. l long iu Rome, he contracted the malaria noticed, winding its tortuous course down SUPERIOR nHITE'll'iE AND CIDER NoUc

Mr. Wctaler' ,->=o received and so felt.- the fever, which brought him to the of the long declivity, a line of white ashes, VINEGAR. ; at the Apa, ,r
During the : WANTED
calling; upon all to :sct Tor their country and! day steamer= Prince of the grave, and produced an effect most verge de while somethis short of a peck remained in 20 fcBLS. best White Wine Yinepr three en

''through lilt' Constitntion-shuw that Ihe'lJilts \\'le5 went round] from Belfast to render leterious upon his constitution. He then the cart.h The dwellers by the way-side 10 do. do. Cider do. The pay and allowances. I

t the Great Britain and they that tarried there" bad assembled by WOOD ii Co. month, with rations and cloth ,
\\ \ of Massachusetts: are til! Whigs assistance ; it was tried at entered the diplomatic career, in which his Oct. :31.It ; s

of r the Uuon.t.Ihey are not so schish) as high water to pull her oil. and found! to be ad'ance"ag rapid, in consequence of his in great! force, expecting an unusual anathema -! 2 Colnir.bas Rmldin. sober enblmect men it trill: fur be five taken.years. 1

toad for Massachusetts: alone, but they are talents, as well as through the influence display. Turning however to the Franklin Circuit Court. vp
impossible. She therefore of mad to the Com'd
returned Belfast )- crowd the unfortunate Wisner ; Officer at
use! enough to know that Massachusetts is his noble political connexions. He the man heaved a sigh, Gale & Co. ) Chatlahoochee.

male what; she i is by being a p.irt of our taking forty of the little fairies and first minister plenipotentiary of Great was Britain and simply remarked : Neighbors it's no vs. I Fi Fa.

jcommoH country.Nutnithstandin. their guardians to that city, on their whack :\, to Bueno Ayres from which he was- use ; I can't do justice to the subject.Kaickerb'ckcr. .- Dulcida Dull, deceased.Bull, Adm'r of R. B. J f ._ Di$80JntioD of CdpaTHE

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; the s "'eds) of dimension] : to Liverpool.A transferred in the same capacity to Rio de virtue of the Copartnership heretofort
BY foregoing fit fa. I have levied name and style cl Wx
lnrli opponents :ire careful ly planting and I letter dated Dundrum Janeiro, and thence to this government in ; and will to sale dissolved
Bay, October 2d. ; htRCE.Long life to Commerce !- expose at public outcry, : by limitation. H
[ watering, we can now say: to our frieeds in I 1S36. Of the talents displayed in his I opposite tht Court House door in the
contains the following : correspondence My soul! expands at the- sight of its life. city of Ap. P 1\
oilier SItte, as well as here, that the on delicate alachicola, in said two
Whig c Thp. many and difficult What h.1$ not commerce done from the beginning county Billiard Tables, Apalachicola, Sept. 21. Isi
i'l this Suie are united; upon broad national Great Britain remains in nearly the quesious of international law, of his uniform of the would for the within the usual hours of sale, on the first Monday -

principles: which cannot he shaken by local same state as when you left. She is making courtesy, of the amenity of his manners life, or the embellishmentof in December next. Property pointed out by II. R. WOO

I or lc.njnirirv: ; ;.tzitations.:: Such agitations: little more water; the pumps were work- in society, it is unnecessary for us to promoting friendly intercourseof Plaintiff'd Attorney. and sold to satisfy said fi. fa. Will continue the Auction ;a
line time ; :ing nearly) all day countries and nations, or for the refinement JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff F. C. ineg usual under >
and again: given advantage to111m ; I yesterday. They haveot speak. They are all attested by those who of as t e
manners ? It has Apalachicola, Oct.:31, IS 10.
the always given me 42ts &CO
cargo out, and are now have been in
opponents : they hrve never been discharging placed a situation to observe the most heartfelt delight that the
wisest and
[! the coals on the beach. There him. Sheriff's
votiglu fur by them. The friends of con- arctwo most humane of the of Sale. Auction and Comma!

!iil: >uti.-inal rights liberty, and )progre inlhis steam vessels here. Should Monday be (Solon) was a merchant.lawgivers" antiquity" BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, i isued from ness in Eufaula, .41_
fine theyvilltry to take her off The is By trade says Clerk' Office of the Circuit Court for
Commonwealth tide. following
the at high an extract from the speech who .d
are a\va\s strongtj'arty. I one of his biographers the ALL persons consign c:
wisdom counhof
N because the ; I hoar this evening that the Newry steameris of Smith O'Brien by and Franklin, Western Ciicuit of Flor be sold at Auction cf Hi
people are intelligent addressed his music ida wherein
wasMiis
to "
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; constituents soul fashioned. Holbrock
\ : Long life Nelson &. Co.
fautl eJucation : to b( here on :Monday with two others are plai please be explicit in their inst .
II be ihe general.Mi J When this ceases: to try if they can move her." in justification of his holding opinions 'to commerce What I lives not through tiff;?, and George F. Baltzell i is defendant, I have'let"ietl any rnbundtrstandin:: tr::w.preY'ent r

case. achusetls men may The : in in opposition to the ultra itVhicb is all fresh life, in reality, but upon, and will expose for sale, before the Our commissions are 0 cents n
we Royal marriage Spain forms peace principles
the
to lake priile in their nnme, but until l Court House door in the
trade exchange, gift for gift In city of Apalachicola, charge for and ;
love, in $toraget we wu \J
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\:' rlOl'i", the friends) of cooJ covt-rnment' most prominent point of discussion in (the recently urged by Mr. O'Connell.Ve I friendship! in the great life of the Monday, the 7th, day of December next, within a share of patronage thi>> wint 'r i

here, will filly tinJcr:! a national standard.! Europe journals. The London 'l\mfs copy it for the complimentary allusion to in the quiet family circle, people the usual hours of sale, the following described 'chants of Apalachicola, and v &

dud Morning Chronicle protest in strong the father of his where I everywhere,p property, to wit : The one undivided half of Lots very obonient servants.: ST ,l

I THE VVHKJS; AND THE ABOLITIONISTS !I term-* against Montpensier union uith conntry : also trade.see ?happiness and prosperity, see I 1: number one and twenty in Block Fl, and the Improvements Septetnber 15, 1s.15-3 -lf LCopaflnerslii

the Infanta of Spain. The ElIroj'm} Tiwcsays This is the. difference which has appeared I say, what is the whole earth, thereon, in the said city of Apalach- -
Tile Uiifhinglon; Lr/ihn is attempting to in?the if not a colony from the mother ,' ola. Levied
revive > that the English Government Repeal Association. The membersof country of upon as the property of said de p
J the old humbug of thr identity of the seems the ; Heaven and whose fendant and to be I subscribers ,
disposed to do all that it Repeal Association were called upon well-being add happy sold to satisfy said writ. THE respecUu
Whigs of ilic North with the Abolitionists! ; end. can to avcit. this to declare that there were no circumstances, I condition depend upon free export and im- I JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff F. C.paIachicola and the public thai! I

NJ: to bolster UI its choree quotes I the !.in u T iiui.inu__. 1 thar---- Ihprp n__._ -- ---;: .nn.- nnejjnn""; '" "nf'" .!on... ..' n.uu L.,1, VI no. ._' nort The simife----- .n.mi1r.r....__ _hp_ ...;.:,.;..Ilout ."..-OPP,1:...a u -- _\ Oct. 31..ISIO. -42ts- i into narlner hlp Mr._ EtGLE..
R'roceedinss' of the late Whig Convention find the cvcr> means tit t: uf'iu taken tu aty time whatsoever I. in which.J they could yet, Thou, Good Giver above, pardon J; Flynn, CH.-\RLES tJj
at t Kaneuil people employment, which is April7lS-IiL
hat!. That the Wbigi i Of'the equivalent be when us tbat we have ventured it (lAte T. CLARK.
to finding them with food placcd, it would be advisable to upon !-[Frtdrika )
elsewhere
j.North are opposed) to slavery and could ; Brcmer. BOOT AND SHOE MAKER !
!
freedom
recover and there
Ul'dlvsceit nevertheless there have Keen some famineriots ; by arms : was a List ofLetfciREMAINING
abolished!, we shall not pretend certain of the CONTINUES to on this bUi in
I!to in various, of Ireland. portion Repeal Associationwho carry the Post Oi.c
deny. Thai[ is no: I >ss true thau that the There had parts said they would nol subscribe to that [For the Commercial Advertiser.A ness Apalachicola, two or three cola, October 1, 1S46.
been
ILocofucos of the North in large sales.of Cotton, and e.i doors below the City Hotel on Centre Adams John
are precisely the pledge. (Loud cheers.) They said, and SOLDIER'S APPEAL. 3 Leslie J t.
sj'ne' rategory. But ilm the Whigs design prices, if anthing, were a shade higher. 1 it with st. Having superior workmen, he is Andrews, Ephraim Meals JL
I") The market for all kinds of say them that it was not their intention We'll confident that all who
"throw thtMnselves into the arms of thepropeilv produce continued conquer peace with Mexico may patronize him will find Albee, Isaac Muller, .
|AbolhioQi it'* buoyant, and at rapidly advancing rates. to invite their countrymen to settle that they have called at the right shop. French Baker, Nathan McRea, '0
called
"T no so we have I Wihner, and SmitH caution their (*riends the question by an appeal to arms. (" Hear, T. Calf Skin, Morocco, and Patent Leather Bootsor Baker William ilerryia

e Lnion; proof, and AC think it will puzzle in this country against wild speculation, as hear!" and cheers.) For my part, I have 'I' :Ho! all ye discontented throng, Shoes made to order of the latest and most approved Butts, E P 3 McGrte* '1'1

|"i'l' not 'to give any evidence of it that the money and enterprise of England) will always endeavored to impres.s on the people, Who dare not brave nor Country's foe, style. He will also keep on hand a large Brown, G B 3 McBride

II i-same convict its orn.prrrJ at the North! of find and bring food from corner of the whenever I: have addrl' $ell, them, that such Know that if Heav'a our lives prolong, and selected assortment of Ready Made Boots, Baltzell & McBride 3Iiller. &
The offence i-arth if every an appeal to arms would be disastrous to We'll conquer peace with Mexico.ir. Shoes and Brogans. All mending &c., done Butler, Col Samson H Nixon t1

events or 1844 have too recently nece sarJ' position 5> bankers, than a desire heir with neatness and promptitude, and on terms Conner, L Bernard Nichob E

trJfl9lre&! I to le either forgotten or mhre1 The news from the Continent is not im part to join in the on that cannot fail to be lecocnisetl: as in keeping Colby, Capt E GCunningham Onus, j h

1 : t' Id: Then what was the position of portant.I.NDIA. The business of the present Rothschild speculation Your. arguments cf"right and wrong," with the competition in trade and the ckemesi John Pierce i,

\\bZ:': ; parr--not of AND: CHINA.-The news I by the Brothers \\ e're left behind cs long ago- of the times. Clapp, James Pow, Jc 1
: the .YorM. but of is carried in
"tie l mo/ ? They extraordinary Express, in anticipation of on palatial counting-houses in Your jeers fall harmless on the strong, Apalachicola! October 31. 42-13m Cullum, Wm E P rcy\

were fair l arrayed tin- the Overland Mail published the St. Swithin's Lane, King William street, Who Curthbutson, Ralph S Ridley, su
was by
banier; or" conquer peace with Mexico Five Hundred Dollars
p'lie a man" 5 hr, "m r'irded and the establishment consists of between RCU.Urd. Dent, Ame Rowlet,
[' so formidable rr.orninc papers on Tuesday. The intelligence TT/"E: / the Mayor tern and members of
,, an eneftiv nf Abolition; lhatto thirty and oily clerks. Un m. pro. DemarelV Rawson, .1
1'turetJ: t is of J little importance. A variety orepoifs entering me The red l' the City Council present, hereby offer a reward -
Mr. Polk: ths: whole vote of place you at on"'ce perceive t he activity of I hese"eral war gleams along the land- Dickinson, Rev Chas S Rowley, tf
in circulation the of FIVE HUNDRED
are DOLLARS for
Abolition respecting un- information
party. Their former candi'e I departments and Our Country I bans upon our amis- Forsjlh & Simpson Robinson S
are impressed with
for the settled afiYiM on .the northwest frontier. that will lead to the apprehension and
Grice David
Presidency And shall raise Robinson J
G. Birney-was i :2.e notion that, after all, the of we vengeful hand conviction ofthe vile
amount
"isown The SieUis it 5 said determined Incendiary or Incendiaries,
are to Griffin, G W Ryan M. .1
To
desire passed f and the whole [ weauh guard-protect-defend her charms 1IV.
by. concentrated in the firm is turned who destroyed the property of our citizens by ."
n organize heir Gow
by his I Army, but several of the John G Rgers. 1
| advice, and with him at their over with extreme: fucilitconsidering the fire, on the rnorninz of the 16th instant.W3I. Guin Providence Ruse
f marched JIm! lnli'nrf. ;fready so dissatisfied that it J <4
41J1J into the Lncofoco i iL c.rrfl';: fir pfI/ltJ th r,' will refuse tu submit. perfect freedom with which the dependants March on-march on, my countrymen SYDNEY GREEN, Hart, Rev A B Steward J(
good bey
M Richmond! service for Mr Polk. Did ','let ih",fc circumstances Mahar Rajah's of these Zreat capitalists go about their Front war's alarms your homes release Mayor Pro. Tetn.M. Head, Jas M Smllb-J.dI
\ Enquirer then conducted duties. But the M. BUTT. Jas A Shaw RHayden. .
difference Pursue Hoi'cycuff
by has remained Lahore is this, we are your vicioris-and then .t
M government already WILLIAM
present editor of the Union, refuse the nol in the sanctum sanctorum, where calculations Let love and PECK II M Stubbs: J E
Unte! Did it (or a longer; period than that originally fixed friendship bring you peace.v. A. HANCOCK, Hoyt, Ebenezer Shaw, T I
drum llicm
to made where the
propose are brain is
the Governor General. Our at work, Wii. VAJ.LEAIT, Clerk.
JW by
the intelligence v. Mrs
Hodges, Anne Sherman B
afall. camp If it did with the rouge's march ? (rom China .speaks of the preparations making devising schemes (for the future increase of. '\ plant the standard of the free, Apalachtcoh! Oct. 24, 184(5.lt3t Jenkins & Petti Thomas, ,f
nol chuckle over the wealth, and where instructions
tessioa to |'Iis for ihe evacuation of Chusao. are given for And peace i is following in our train- To Arrive. Labor, G Taylor, ibLeie
': party, it certainly did not LATER INDIA. from perfecting those weighty opertions for which Cn nations Floridian John Taylor i Csp
l use f profit FROM -Despatches more unhappy bt% ship with an assortment of
[ the \bo) by the sacoglh brought to it Bombay, to August 27 have been received the house is so famous ; or else tie mightbe Where fieedom, light, cndknowlejge reign THE:: Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Williams, Jas M

". Qt iouislt. With ibis fact, AOCI by Extraordinary Express via Trieste.. I able to describe a little of the labor and Die Stuflj, Patent and Botanical Medicines, {0-: Persons calling for the atplease 'e
I
Iie occurrence it t* not uncharitable to Tbs Seikh Government in I a little of the energy icquired in giving the VI. Blank! Books, Stationery, &c., &c., for say they are cilvrtised.
was a
tottering
'Ian? that the! Uaion'z anxiety about the first impulse for working out these transac Remoter saiions, great and brave, J. C. ALLEN, JOSEPH S.
r state. The Brit'wh; Authorities in
were
<,:.oIJtlon.ts e.e the Northern Whig* with the of revolt, acd anticipation tions. Sealed |doors are here, and prying Behold your deeds with searching eye ; Oct. 24 Cor Commerce and Chesnut- Per brh..,! AlntinFRANCIS
a were busy preparing -- --- ---------
And shall
arises in ( that its curiosity dare look in. you scorn a gto GUS grave
a ear own not KOPMAN has
W. G. 91. Davis rec<
for
1J' will for the the of ,
lose emergency purpose J
When
:er1 he their support.' It may, bow- : suppressing The Kothscbiids are decidedly the great:* love andhonor, bid you die tni. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LAW, assortment of Hat: tY

Jill eas,) 00 this bead for the \Vhig it.THE MARKETS. est people on 'Change. ID buisness they Offers his services to the public in either of the this c ty-Beaven,Molnkin.Silk! an

net never make an issue which trill are attentive, and, securing the best aid of Still onward mardi, my countrymen, above capacities. finest quality and most fashion
to their LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET SEPT. colarly the" Palo Alto's" and ..4Palma's
,
side the Abol the friends and advisers of their father Nor with
tiooj the
foe .
u. on boasting delay-
go He will practice regularly in Franklin, Calhoun .** He has
also almost
oj.Tbe sales of the week are 72,810 bales an I
[Petersburg Intelligencer.i ( in a smooth_ and properous course. Out of Think of your noble sires-and t elf and Jackson Circuit Courts-and will, upona of Cloth Velvet and Oil Silk C; ,
of which American taken p
i* og,onQ were on business they,are men pleasure indulging Of.Alto-Palma-Monterey. special retainer, act as Counsel I, in any Courtof boys, and of every cut and fastiic -
DOJfR 8J.owJ-The: venerable Jalion. .Notwithstanding the heavy in the luxuries of life and the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also "
'.Iti1,1 .pec countenancing ,OCTOBER 2 1846. G and Ready, Texas Star, Rt
'( at \Va hin too hal bad many sharp buying the advance in prices hardly amounted the sports- of ttie fbi. '- argue cases in the Court- 01-Appeals- ai Tallahas- and Ole Bull," comprise only a

rom the wicked Wbig rdiion of. the i l o |d'per lb.' DIed sec, the sessions of which. he will ,always be He has just opened a beautiful nriel

.$titry, but we think the keenest if one, be; OCTPBEB 1st.-The sales since tnUaj THE RIGHT SPIRIT.-The following, taken -' At I present at, unless prevented by accident. Bonnets, consisting of Leghorn, 1 Flor
i JDSt : : Fredericksburg, Vs., on the 1st inst., Col. Apalachicola, September S, 1&4& 1raid Tarlton
Mush's
rt'cttvedfrom Ih 'are- 00' ur tion.No English Ha
ttnfrahle NahviUe, JV/tig.: 35:000 bales-15,000 spe : from the Richmond lVhig, is written fa BYRD C. Waus, aged 65 years.Col. '
of the and
newest most fashional
bad "ExpiraUoB oC oparmersbl. I
: fJDdenaleQ lo cowoe material alteration in prices, but jnfi l. Willis 'as"well known in this State
bedra kindred wiib one of his exasluanc market has become dull since the rebeipt of the true spirit of Southern feeling : resided formerly., His death will be wherebe NOTICE is hereby given that the Copartner October C.Blank.

; ph ihat the recent Whig: lat advices from the..UniteU States I by.the The Boston Daily Whig is kind,enough regretted by his friends and relations with deeply under the firm of BUGBEE & Btfoks, Fine ,t:
: 8'n,3Ia; and inform that Jire, to' learn that whomwe HOWARD, expired by limitation on the 7th dc.
e New Hamrwhire.arc Britannia. to us we may : sincerely! sympathize. Paper,
inst. Parties unsettled accounts with said
th I"ible. af tff"l: onl" by :II junction OCTOBER 3d.Saes7OOOOfh1iCt1 3000 the, discardal of abolitionists "is but.a poor having A GENERAL assortment of Sr3ri
firm the for adjustment
are requested to same
present -
,-Y'iIl\Vhig..' a d, aJUr fiiioni'i': ami)r that: were on speculation.l No change in prices. way to preserve the whig party in the free PASSENGERS. to ID.. BTJGBEE.Apalach Jsistiog of Foolscap and Letter
b Blue White
finest and
wo"
only Th mark: closed Sft':-s" It n';;: ures us that there are too quality ;
'l.Itewd teflahioru-y" Whcr- p':>" steady.COR Per C -s- v ti ..:cs A ('reca Lady c>l2, Sept 1;, 1CI6 l :S5-5r in hoe Qmrto arKS P4ketjuat ; al
: 1.r; ,t. NasIjlii40' puts I' U) hJi"m"! : I L' tflPOOL MA'RKETOCT.. 3.- man 10 be thrown'off.MXln ihe other hand, I .' _j__ -- r .t f-: -