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"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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Commercial advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048473/00150
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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: January 1, 1845
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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.-... TT- months. ......4-0 q11 One insertion ...... 1 0) "-ETNA INS.TRA:\,E". -n&'t-PR OTECTIOC
to those who advertise by the year a liberal dis- INSUitANCt'1" C0 AP A NI.'-7,
:- .... count will be mnade; but all advertisements not of Hairtfod, Cohn.,
attictly pertaining to their own business, as No. 52 WVater sTTei,
well as al1 legal advertisements sent in by them, "ov5 Apa'lah lcha, Fla.
will be charged at the usual rates. Harper & llolres,
CARDS. .1 alo,
Agents for the
MERCHANT. No. 51 Water street, -
No. 30 Water street nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. Stephen T. Skillman,
Corner of Water and centre otreels. CROTON (MvTUALf RANCE CO,
9c)- The subseriber h giving taken that very prow 0 (MUUAL) INSUKA N L CO.,
minent gtand, corner of Centre and Water streets, of" the City of/ Jew York.
U U prepared to attend faithfully and promptly to any No. 33 Water street-Up stairs.
businests itntsted to his care. nov5 nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
WiB. H. Kimbrough, 11. B. Kimbrough. McKay & Hartshaorne,f .
Wm. H. Kinbromlti & Co.t COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
COMMISSION & FORWARDINt; No. 40 Water street,
M MERCHANTS. oct26 Apalachicola, Florida.
Office, No. 25 Water street-Up stairs,
Apalachicola, Fla. W. A. & P. C. Kain,
Liberal advances on cotton consigned to COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or Office, No. 4 Columbus Buildings,
Havre. oct26 oct26 Apalachicola, Fla.
David G. Raney, D. B. Wood & Co.,
AND DEALER, IN GOODS, No. 29 Water street.
No. 43 Water street, nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
.j a n t I n .A p a l a c h i c o l a V l a ...
Dodge G Gardner, Wx. W. SIAS. Wx. W. CHEE:VFR
deer8 Apalachicola, Fla. drj- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
S, e ndeei4 Apalachicola, Fla.
Benjamiin Saftcr,
No. 3- Water street-Up stairs, Sanford & tlutt,
n6v39 .Apalachicola, Fla. COMMISSION MERC HANTS,
Charles Rogers. John Munn. No. 2 Columhbui uihlirin-,
Chas. Rogers & Co., dec II Apnlachi,'nh. Fla.
.:" Water street Q G.OM I SA.1ION M 1R C3.A T-.'nF. S .-.-.
"... = nov!1 Apa'14 c'hilc1'i, Fla. No "93 \'W iter slyt~t I evil 2-..=.+
nov23 ApalArilcola, Fla.
Loclkhart A& Yonn,-
No. 53 Water street, MERCHANTS,
nov3 Apalathicola, Fla. Office, No. 43 Water street-Up stairs.
---* Apalachicola, Fla.
3 B. Ellison & CO., OZr- Liberal advances made on Cotton, consigned
DEIr LER9 14I M I-;CELLW \EOUS GOODS,. to out friends in New York. novl6
AND COEiHi11iO .HI kt-;Ht NT:.3,
No. 83 Wd,'tr street, las. rI. Farrier,
drel I y A,1.11 l'ni:, Fla. GENERAL I I-, "1^1 V 1"'., FORWARDING, &
W m (A. P orte r# & C o.- 0. C 03I .1I- _, -, 1 ,4TAERCIlANT, -
DE~trtL5IN GOD NO 0.'..X[ISIONNo. 9 Columnbus Block.
DEALES IN E C AN ). IlSSION nov9 Apalaeb"icola, Fla.
No. 41 Water Stres!, Thos. L. Mitclll,
oet12 ly jtp2ln''ola, Fla. RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AND
WHOLES- \LE GROCER No. 37Water street,
and nov9 Apalachicola, Fla.
No 3'gWlVater street, -Wyiie & elidenizie. +
mv23 Apalachicola, Fla. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
: IS redt. E. Du'ias, '., Apalachicola. ,,
MERCHANT, WVa A. McKENzE, S sept ly
No. 30 Water street, Apalacucola, Fa.
9- Will m-fke liberAl -ithiineeson consignments Thomas Preston! ,
of Cotton to his friend; in biverpool, Havre, Mar- -COMMISS ION and FORWA RDING
eilles, New York or Chatleston. nov23 ME R Q H A N.T. :
CHas. A. Garm., CInkS. H. CONNIEY. Office, No. 3-i WafE-r sireet--up stairs.
Green A Convverg oc19 6m Apalachicola, Fla.
> CO&M MISSION bPF. R C N TSr T ,JoZL TW.-Ptffy WM .C.-D nr^so
No. 23 Water street, W
S* \p tliachicfi F'a. Pelry & Dickinoll,
WM. CHFSPV. EPiAL" McGairEr. No. 42 Wter stree--Up stairs,
;: C h ie ste r & IT e O riff A n l hi r a F a
C O M M 1: +iIO 'N M K ItC 1It +N T $. noys5r A palachicola, Fla.
': No. 42 Water street .101111 HI lini.
Ch s e novl6 A palacicAlalFca.cola, Fla.
oV6_ Apalachicola, Fla. of the late firmn ol
W. A. Wood, [.V. .1. Hardee 1f Co., Savannah. Ga."
AND SHIP CHANDLER, Office, No. 4S Water street,
No. 23 Water street, oct3I. Apalachicola, Fla.
9 ep30 Apalachicola, Fa.
_Samuel Sehiffer.
W :OLuESAL E GROCERS, 1j- Particular attention paid to puUing up family.
No. 24 Water street. steimboat and ship stre-s.
_'- :. ""' $ ..' .... r ".-* Apadachicola, Fla. No. 4,.' Water stfret, ,7
R. B. Hamilton, dec2l Apalachicola, Fla.
No. 47 Water street, also, SILVER and PLATED WARE,
;dec7 Apalachicola, Fla. FANCY (GOODS, &c., Ac.
f*-Store comer of Wett i and Centre streets.
< E. B. W "hitmarsh, dec7 Apalachicola, Fla.
formerly Vhirmnarsh gr Richardson,)
Dealer in B. S. HaWley,
No. -23k Water street, ILS, GLASS, &O., AOO
WT1v6 Apalachicola, Fla. cot'. of Chestnut and Commerce street,
II. ; H R. Wood, de CITY WEtOGHER, j, C. Allen,
l. OffOice,, cw Centre and Water arertls. 'Wholesale and Retail iftnler Wh
."ov''3 ,Apalachicola, Fla. Dr~Uog, 51EDIcINE., PAINTS, OIL..q
f[ UIMBER INSPEcTOR.--The undersigned GLaSlR^ E, o -. Ac
+ L.*havmi;; been appointed Inspector of Lumber .+q general assortment of
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONARY, &c.,'&c.
them public in that capacity, and will attend to all eor. of Centre & Commerce st reets,
duties appertaining; to said appointment, nov5 "Apalachieoia/Fla".
O0r* Office corner Commerce and Forbes street. 1 ,
JOHN LCAS. .p. Hobart,+..
Aparch-- la OpR ct.M 15 .*44 01 tf CABINET FURNITURE,... t
I'. SPORTSMEN, &c.--A few choice Rifled ^ No. 42 Water sre-~ iia
JLand double barr'el'd Guns. English and no16 Apalaehicola, Fla.,
French Percussion Caps, Powder Flasks, Nipples,.
*Wrenebers, &e., together with a great variety of Francis Kopman,.
Pish Holoks, Lines, Snells, Artificial Flies, and woHOEsAL',,n RETAFLI DEALER lIN
thing tackle. Just received and for sale by SHOES, DRY GOODS. CI.OTH ING, HATS, &c.
'B ELLISON &, CO, Cheap for Cash,
aov30 3.3 Water street.i (Sctl- Chrstmit.Stre-ot, Apala"hieola, Fla.

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1) i,,,iug i ..... .. _.-- ,, : aiter sletcnnc a pro.Lr1inme ln, r Ihe ifight'a
.R.T. ,.lrh .he r t I 'h lne'c c-t-- i ,Xu st coniess. m nbe'nd, that the entertainment. I induhked in a refreshig
T.E f.in, iil>.-rger..l nov23 6m l e,:nq as tvere a chance! change is very agreeaille to me ; and a south-, nap for a couple of' Imti, ait the end o(
J. L. Hedges, ^ J. S. Dasa. I m-l l,.hr yet another time; + ern climate I-;es.sential to my bodily health which time I was waited upon by my land-
Davs &fleges ..nd p._ke o hr o h:vein (he winter." lord, who 'Wa's necompnied 0tw"ius
Davis & 11[odg s, 0 d spoke ltotier of love, rYou are, then stationed permanently in looking individual-;, and con ucted to the
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION O f be.jutie. rare in our ow~nelimel e ren uigtlewne "iqie
M E R CHANT HArNS. New Orleans during th3-wmter/' inquired scene of my proposed labors for the evening;
.No. 40 Poydras street, A'ew Orleans. Of Venus and of Jove! the landlord. On entering the Court House, closely ai-
9- Refers to-Jas F Farrior, Apalachicola, Fla. And u, a look asshe gave me- ^"Permanently," replied I, wondering tended by the two pious looking individuals
toa b? Farrier, (0 God,: forgive thae thought!) what could be the object ofithese questions. and the landlord, I. found his expectations
Thomas Bertramn, (0 od f the thought !) '+ But the income"--puisued mnyfriend- in regard to a large audience more than re,
COMMISSION MERCHANT, Thtat lh spake base ionconth c e!-that's the point! Do you alized. The crowd was immense; every
No. 54 Common street. And passion sold fornaught! make ais much in your present line of life as nook and corner of the court 10oom was, oc-.
N O Anovlly you (lid in managing theatres ?" cupied, and I was pleased t6'feethai the
nThu'wI may never see Ier more, "Well," I responded that is somewhat iair sex of the village were numerously fe
COMMIdrewISONM keRCHANT, --r andlike erfom Iw multadore, doubtful.' but in management there are a presented ; the press for adinision had
No. 5 Canal, coM. TchoUpitoulas st. -'. f I must adore, thousand cares and v'x iuitns? ihinch I now evidently been so great that the door keeper
New Orleans, La. And praise and love her still! escape, and if my income i. not quite so had abandoned his post, for I saw no onen
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes, large, it is now fixed and ceriain-my salary acting in that eanici[cv. ..
jan15 t1nov Apalachicola, Fla. FRST AND LAST SERMON. being sure!" I ascended the Judge's seat, and my two
Edw'd. C. Center Si CO., A CAPITAL SKETCH. "Ah! yes," shouted the lini!!or, "I be!b- attendants took ,heir seats in tha< clerk's
_S I A ,C SETCH leive all of you take pretty good care about place beneath. I bent down, my beead be-
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, EY SOL SMITH. the salary, and it is.all right you shoufld, hind a sort of screen that was in li-ofi of" me,
3-Collections and Remittances promptly at- -illy.
W Cllcton ad emttncs ropty t- [Every li'o1ly wjio knows anything of 'the laborer is worthy nl'his hire." But how to call to any recollecfioni flle words3 of mnv
tended to. ie l("el, knows Sol. Smith the celebrated do you look now upon the morality ol'your. fisf Song. I had not been it) t[is sitialio'01
Refers to--Messrs. McKay & Hartshorne, C-o011,' A(.Ior.] .... pastlife?" ' but a few, minutes, when my ears were
oct26 6m Apalachicola, Fla. -TtI,- tilleo6f "Reverend" has frequently "Why, asto that," I answered, "it is not greeted with the following -words, Utieredl
SHPKD T. LTPPNCOTTr, WM. [-I. Y.rr. been tacked to my name on letters addressed for me to speak; 1 have endeavored to do by one ofthe pious looking gentlemen be-
Lippincott & Wfatt, I.,. me .,ndi reports have been circulated that, what is right in all my transactions, as man- neath me:
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, during ily I, It ,--,,na-i.nas 1 have been in ager and actor, and I assure you I do not "Let u commeneeour worship-by sing-!
No. 2 New Levee and 4 Tchoupitoulas st., the habit o '" holding forth" to congrega- look back with any regret on my past life." ing the one hundredth psalm'"
NEW ORLEANS. ap20 ly t,,.,s 4,,f inrs.. The truth of the matter Well, come, I like you all the better If I had been Struck with atthunder bolt,
Jas. L.'Fraeiic, is. I never preached butone '-regularly- for that-I always told my neighbors that I could not have been more aqiumshed, un-
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER built" sermon In ,iy life. With the excep- you never would run duoii' your former less utterly arinihilalcd. Bill before [ could
lo.Q226JBowery, near ltvington st. !-n ol an Adhiressto the Encampment of profession ; and I believe you a ft honest in recover from' my stupefactinn, the reading
N EW"YORK. novel Iv Palriafchs and lodges of Odd Fellowsifrom your present coursee" ,aid the landlord, of a psalm had been gone thrio..h with. anl
"" +" NOT I ,t,+ile Im pit of'th' e Unitarian Church iin Mo- .6 and [ will now proceed to business." the whole audience commenced singing it,'
1 PROi+r ES [NA, I l hlile, anil a (few brief remarks tda congrega- I was somewhat mvstified, I confess, with to the tune of Old Htfudlid e
tion t, i,-etgers on the occasion of tatIlg the conduct and conve-rsation of my land- 1 raised my eyes to |hp tlc-s, teftle me
Geo. S. IHawkins, : up a cotlecftion for a poor wwim'onn the lord, but, ,'iermined to wait patiently for a and found there a bible, a hymn hook,-and
ATTORNFIY & P'OUNS.LLOR AT L.AW, Al:.b.-narivr-r, many yNar a.o, the follow- .l,,Itt-lion of his meaning, a glass of water. The londford being near
u ]- 0 --(.'lI)sleir ill-- u [(-l h will vo'llt n n irnll ,. ari d lai lfu Giuin l ihe chair an extra hilch, -and ns- ie, I beckoned hint Io me, ind asked him;
N... I ..jll.it,us Blue '\,, Vat.r street, account ol my minimslrial experience. n.:.5 .\pni..hioli, Fl1. As a preliminary, it mni be know, thit came to the p.oint".bv saN if.-- "" Expectedrlf1you ?." ie answered, with
A.G. Sennailes. my brother. it'.ho eIh id scceedel me as I he "" The fact ,,fthe matter i., juqt here.; ile. glistening and expecting eves--"eexpeclll
ATTORNEY A\T LAWV. nauagie ofllihf \\ est ITennels-e Theatics. citizen< of IB-- hearing of your arrival, of yon ? "why, we expect a fit'-. te, eight
03- ldfie, X....2hCa .eSimmon'esuetdiprg -"'[file Iis0nu-Ihed -i"l egagewn-n" n=New hav expressed,,-d+i 1"
---.. C. ...e & ,.+ .. ... i .. .. 1 ^ a ll. .' h, ..t .- +. .
.. :....== :_ -- .t tn u-rf&tI .+r -' d'n d ob ectons-- The murder wai notl( sawiv hrotugh it
AL V. Spi'n111, ns t i qriirttiresrespcctini l. ... .. ... eTVh re anti I ain ciinrniionid to retlfue.;[--snilieit all. JBu %kwh1a11wai I[todoh)! 'T'0 ain lttle,
ATT,,It'"'.) \ t .IT N:- I.L_, AT LA \V. a.t. f h Sol," had 1 1 llS tiunly :.t-Sr- --.Ih.m, .u will siop here to night and h,-/ (the stain,, b,,ng concluded.) I leaned for-
o Ofnc t, N o. 45 W after street- U p ste airs.. d that I hIf -he ,n ,',,i :,h and ii i ,1 C on /oll/) aI fil co u rrt hio n.ti- ." w ard and req uested one o t' o.y d eaco nss to go
entrancee on Chiestnut street.)' II,,pnel IIh I^ 1 h11is ,,ps,.e, fie got dle^s~t a t>*ern og
Apalachiola, Fla n\ -a,',.,^,,-, thl.; we, h'. < t [t,,lA forth if thecourt hoisPe "echloed ahead with a prayer, lming which called'
Apaillp ac hic nte utol, Fl tha. lac i t of e' any Ifurl,lwr If.U111,s fImth-)'" 11 I",Ixill-i1-4&what, give 15u e te'rtatnin,,111 ? h pos my thotights aboutit e, an'ot sin ieie
cola District, the Courts of G adsden and L eon W t.\'t. el 'l irnt, es-e,%%hu h dI llt-,11I,. Kn s. ifhlOli- ;ible- l ain annotittceff at M em plhis (llr t oD- prayed for a happy deli Ive l',ince fro .fi ..m y ,
counties, Middle District,aand the Court of A .p... .1 el ola:111121,it 111V a: o ei-frw~~e orrbw night, and in ust go onl io the stage."' singt, lar stoation elore Ihle conclusion ot
at Tallahassee. dc,-.21 qtccceedeil C...'t lh,,lV ;ni n-) any hirkin, "My dear sit," pesistedh p ay rIthe eo)my midmomi ry-
the prayer, I made up meamindto rym
W. G. I. Davis, ,kle .,I omp.,ed-ile., Ie;e,,-d stoner from the iiihahiinnft4 of B -"You hand" at Iteaching--a,,Ididi "
_ATTORNEY AT LAW, andl hol, nz lupl) ,,i t %lit, Ihthe asioulI- cannotconceive how verv anxious we all are I had no time to' select a text 4p
(_ in: Cta apt. 3imrnon's Buildings, eor of Centre ng i,,, ,to :ued. ""Is it po,,ible ?" to hearioa- indeed, -)onf nost gratilythem lug the-bible at hap-haxardl rea t 'etl01-0
and Commerce sts.--Up stairs. Vee w..,,hIdd 1:1e thol'_21it of his tturfing --oe a,notifeEhete exciteen ou ng words, which I aunouicdslh ru'
W - W ill continue, as usual, to. practice law Ipreachei f "- i can; scarcely believe it!" arrival has (_auseil; anditIe people -are de- work of my discou~rse-- ...
County Court, does not interfere with his practice .tld like Io henh "hintry his hand at termined to have you stop and-" .. aretpe, l ,,l!i ;,l;inai ,
as an A.ttorney and Counsellor. nov30 1 '! t r"-oeli .e0l1 of ex,'lanations heard "It is out of the question:" I remoustra- 3d Corinthian% iv.8.
INme ,I,,,er on hi.; impairment of the ted ;--my engagement at M[ml)hi is ira- I willnot nttenpt to give even nn outlin
James F. Fatrrier, r'sI] ~ coniel,10O,1. Recfi -,:ling (he perative--I must be thereto-morrow.,, of my discourse.' Ispeak %il,h'lie ulmosM
PORT 'WARDEN, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 1;Aeri-,,,, ICIIIHllerth itI w igno "rou-^ Svd?"00-ins ~ are.sekH- teums
ApalaRd icola, Fla. t,.,nept irno, he h I wasllinor "So you shall be, my dear sir," answered sincerity, and soon found th\t'lruth as my
S paahico F loa i t f hee re of ckstidgfrom mine host--,' we have nrr;,nsed all that-be- guide, there was no ;reat difficulty in my
( 0-4He -._ pecfu9y solicit the patronage hsv'^e, 1pceeeI wih my story. fore it was decided ou to let the stage go new undertaing. I will not say anything
W He red s olci te at e- r:is r .and Ill; company were at without you--"."Oft"or-ho e1fof m sermon. butI t rp
., 0f Woodas [[elhii, whpr[hall n engagement of "What!"I exclaimp(i in alarm, I has the there was nothing ngdvanced l-'om that ter-
ITi R. Wood,, six ,l A weekbele the close of our coach departed n ko-f, me here to-- -,try preacher,
.OTA. Y P BLIC,, ",;t:: :l~ie~r "':t,: ndlea .d ,+ + .poraty pulpit, hy that ienmpoi;r pecer.
Office, cor. Centre and Water street, u > "l t I' ey laeto com r Beef) gone "ime quarter of an hor" crilcuted tO lead .,n"v oft'hat rodIedl con- .
Ofce61 .- JeneyeandWaterstrmet, F ii,. t i-S un m v n11 9 Myselfrepliedmydeterminedfriend,deprecnating- gregation out olhe path to [leaven.
10t ah111V Fa. i t f y Prolits y brother, ly; 'but don't be :ianrned, Sjiiire Jones has At ihe conculsion of my discourse '
A. L. Clements, :111d )el be read)"at fit) i,0qI at Lthe comrnmen- 'agreed to hitch tip his team of Ihorses to- hymn w-is sung, during which T heard con-
NOTPARY PUB LIC, cement of'the camp.,ign il New Orleans. morrow morning, before tlayligg lt, arid by q i'dtvrablIe o fa aeInwi' one ey".
No. 23 Water street, Abow- 3 o'clock, one aiternoon, the stage two o'clock you'll ;Ms'*iti. l~si-ssippi river.-;' much hke coins fallinginto plut e sa nd'
sp0Apalachicola, Fii coach stopped art the little town of B-- In the early part ot" my. professionallife, I with a sharp,z strong voice. I pronounced .and
where I had perl;+rined the yi'ear before, arid have been compelled, as 1 said else%-. ere, to benediction, dismissing tire congregation t6 +
Fitch & Wordin %%Ihere I was well knowit by'every man, wo- igiVe entertaiomyents"-I-,sohit-,ry and alone' their several Ironies. ".;... : :
DEALERS N WACHES, J EWE LRY, &c. an -ahd child, I r six 'l" es around. The -bat for several years I had .albandoned this The landlord and my deacons reported + -
< H AVE received their stock of laidfopof the hotel expi essed great joy at dis'greablemode of"sral'-ng[lhe-wind," Ind that Ihey had collected forty odd dollars,
A vroLevernsisting Duplex,f GoLepines it-and pecetind fe,eunya heewo l ith orei res- hoped Ishod never be coineldtn resort which, to heir great suprse dreced
a WI!., o LeversGDuplexard pt and F Ca;rehpti into i parlorto it again; con.equentlv, J fell a great re- thet to appplv to o -charit,able uses."
plain \ey.tchot; Gold Guard and Fob Chains; t P here he left lte for a few n inties to at- pugnance to the proposiliotnof the citizens At fiveo(lik the following morning
Guard Keys; Goldado Broaches; Gold Braceletts; d tend on he oilier ._n-ue-s. The laindlady of 3--, Lerntres had not at that time 'Squire ffns wast ready with hiswagon andr
Braelett Cl'ps; Medal!ions; Miniatre Cases; and her daughter r-ceived ipe with great come into vogue, else Imi-ght easily have team. Trhe landlord 'onld not take any-
Gold and Silver Thml.es; Sleeve and Collar cordially; but I couMlnot helpobservog a fudged up something I the occa.sionu.- thing for my dinner, supper andlIodging, de-,
,Buttons; Fancv Siuds, Purse,; Head Ornaments; sor ol eroonsnes which I had never seen Songs and recitaiions weie all I could de- hearing himself more Than paid bywhfit he
ShawI Pins;:i Velvet rctitesScissors- Ra- befure.-My cloak was' hu-ng upimyover penalon" for tfe eiteretanitest of an- wased ft my excllet discourse.
zors and Razor Strops; Ci,ar 'a~a.? Snv f shoes taken care of--the fire _-tirred up, and, dience. Let not bigeis and the regular clergy.ac-
Tx;iKis ,in shotr, I foun.o;self very comfortable, Afters. moment's reflecioo,.durint IAhIch cuse me of making a mock of religion, or of
ard Lather B,'ushes; Dresing C, and I fehassured, by every action ,01"l 1)(- ;1 look into consi,.lerafion tb ra.Ct lhat my scoffing at its Ibrms. I spoke not a word
S,.:ip; Steel I'tweezers.; "7t,:-el K"" -"- -
-a d ila ivth tI a c nsd re onie ieI o" -
Ke~v filngi; Po.,ket Cornpa,4t-, _~ S"-wsc"1i'~~J*/^--en proceeding oni; my:J0_ne were during mnv forced ministry of'one night:ttnat -.
KISHING TACKLE.-R,. ,:.x b^Sy ,w.'T ltmer was soon announced' .and 1 -cut olff(by a pious'l-rnud.-< .ihe landlord I d id lnot religiously believe to be trie; and,
article) Grass, Silk, and Fany 'jB arose ojuin the general rnsh for the dnmm- c 'lled it) and that my finances were in a sould I ever leave mny present profession for
Shells nd Floats. roaom, but the mlidlady mterposc-J a pressing state that required replenishing, I suddenly the pulpit, (which I shall certainly not do,
N. B.-P.rticular attention paid to repIr- irnvvit.aono that I should join thef mtilly din- inquired of the landlord what I should make unless under a solemn conviction of duty,) f
ing WATCHES, CLOC(,4 MUt.SIC II_.rXES ne, which would be ready in about ten by the operation? shall remember, without anv feehigs or re-
and JEW ELRY by J,-FIIN L. ITC 4, n tinuies. A most superior nmeal soo t ell-- 'W hy, aq to that," hl easily answered, great. MY FIRST A ND LIST ;E:MO r.
CHAS. IV. WORDIN. gaged my attention in a froom adjoinfiu the "I can't exactly say but I am sure our I arrived at Mlemphis in time to commen-
col, of Cen~tre & W\ater streets. parlor--with a cup of excellent lea, then Ceitizens5 will be I'iberal; obe thing [ can as- ce my theatrical engagement, onl fle- night"
Apalachicola, Dec. 1st. 1841. dec7 hih I know nothncrmore^ refef"in 1' hi e D s ~ 1 tet~l ina-c leirrlegmno ie ih
Aa a D t, .T I t knownthgorerefreshingiile sure you ol--we'll have the greatest coenre- following, and was greeted by a lai'ge audi-
FalnnaleTalrig.^ ^:^^ galon ever assembledn r, t?,sburg ence, thoug.;bvno mean.socrowd-ed'auone
Tp H E subscriher, h avn g, just arrived from N ew took place w while all eye~ were t ur e o "i snt th ere ? ti'u ml hau lv in u re! h o tha u pi .-twh c ouis l e eledm r < ra c
1. York, with a plndidst :k or Clo~th., Gas- wards ,,e--b,,l at the time it did net appear ladod,,s tSo a id TfJ;i pl~-t oi eele
simeres,"\eainitms, &c:('of(liee mbst fashionable very sinoul;,r that the assembled, Ihid lanlod jus step18??to th"s window if you i
styles, which he is prepared+ to make up io the shL^, h l .ht have- ase ^^^ pleood loo ,+nP n "*^.0 ... uh"t "- boiy +r
mortfasionblenianefnd t iich rir tht so11 "" 10 avea god lok ft ae t did please me to step to lhe window a preservative of hieahh, a writer in a Londorf
will give satisfaction to his customers. The bust- w "" i it r d t e -au- iad l o u h lscn o s y m c o thei must011" pelea ex rcs lur" a!I0 1tbe~ hu a body
ness w ill be Under the entire management of m" e at. ple 'sures I exlterienoe 'when'1 s aiw a crowd ev r arte r frmtbf e heaer ti lu o the extrma itbody
WM. C. LAWRENCE, who is wetl known as a Dinner over, [ was mysteriously beckon-- around tlhe court house door, which stood prd t h"^e b , quie and emtremeitale i.
person that i fully competent to suit the taste of ed into a p rivate room by Boniface, whosaid but a few pac es ol; re ading a wite prpla w lsn tha bl yotxhqic er exe mrcie. Te bu l ood +
the most fastidious, from his long experience in hre wished to have 'a few word ,+ with m e ,- heard tw Ko l ine f w^ c ny c ul e y wai n dr aw n fro othe head ext ue rprtse. whe r blo +-
this business. I shatl continue to keep a first W e took seats. T he w orthy landlord here ph r on of wh> ih w)s tt ts ostn slro w n't e "d l angui w^ *,t r pidit to e re -
rate assortment of Goods for Garments, together induced in aon look a m e+ the corners SOL S01T 'w ryts part -a3 l -.l" ra lly
w itb +an assortto to t of Sc arfs, H andkercehiefs, of hism o uth an d -tw nlriut of hi eve indi- S T = P311+ : + ."
Shirl, Stocks, &c.-to fit tort a-gentleman's ward- o hs""'l ^*l*""ohsy. ., Ixrant Defenee.--\- fellow laken up a *
robe, and shatl use every exertion togivsnvgaisfac- cat"no by rertai twitehini~s and winkiogs, .and thte other,vartdcre htewan amawi-
tion, that will make it an inducement for those t1lt it laugh was on th-, polar of breaking ""T H IS EV EN ING." out any visible mean 01f srtbsiste nie, as he had +
favoring me with their custom to centre-u s to through all reiltriints, and making itself seen lThsseem ed to selrle thie m alter --Icon- just 10! a store." + It was Ioiind on mnquiry^ :
diose. R. SI'EEN+BERGH. andJ leard. After Sundry "hqems" and chided to give the entertainment, and trust that he hlad opene ,t wvith acr,-wbar in tne night, ,
Apataehicola, Oct. '26,184. "'has!" and moving his chair a tittle this to Squire Jones' horses and wagon for ilhe and" unfortunatly tvlhe stora belonged +to another
NTAILS & IRON.--50 ,asksNails ; wayv and a little, iht, my friend cleared his fiilfihnent of my engagement at Memfphis GreatGn s --S la e, s rlh ,U. TS Go
&N10 toes Iron, for sale by throat, atnd ihus began a conversation, hich on the morrow. GeaGw.Sxlr pnfrle .g.o-
W YLIE & -' 1cK'E N Z IE, resulted in a m ost singular adventure. T o me y su ggestion that som e little .fit- ve nm n are abo ul bein, finishd "t Pitlsburg.- -
nd3 42 Wafer st. You must exeus me--I can't help .ting up" of he cut house ouldb -aet eg iv oswe iihd

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: notwithstanding this disparity between the supply
and consumption, it is estimated that the crop of
the United .'tates this year will exceed that of the
preceding by at least 200,000 (two hundred thou-
sand) bales. As the world cannot make use of
the quantity raised, it requires no prophet to pre-
dict the result which must follow the continuance
ot'the present too widely extended cultivation of
the article; yet the still wors- consequences of a
greater increase of production are to be feared, un-
less measuresare adopted to arrest it by convincing
the planters of the certain ruin which awaits them,
should they not pause in their suicidal career.
There can be no doubt that the true interests of
all concerned in the traffic of Cotton, will be pro-
mioted byguarding against the fluctuations which
have so often proved disastrous and ruinous to the
planter, the merchant and the manufacturer, as
well as to the bold and enterprising speculator, Ef-
fortashould be made to ensure a ready market atstea-
dy and permanent prices. Thiscan easily be effected
if the planter will unite heartily and honestly in
reducing the cultivation to the right standard or
quantum required for consumption. If the supply
were regulated so as not to exceed the wants of the
manufacturers, they would then be compelled to
purchase the crops at a just and fair value. The
planters being no longer at the mercy of chance
would then calculate with accuracy the value of
their crops, and escape the uncertainty that has
hitherto occasioned so much inconvenience.
In diminishing the quantity the planters will not
reduce their incomes.. On the contrary, they will be
able to lay by, as an actual profit, more than their
present gross income.
To illustrate this, a few facts will suffice:
At the present prices of cotton goods they will
afford a handsome profit to the manufacturer, even
should he pay an average of 9 cents per pound for
the raw material, and to insure this price it is only
necessary to curtail the planting as before stated,
so as not to exceed the demand. If this be done
the value will never fall short of the estimated
price. At 9 cents, the planters will realize nearly
100 per cent. more than the current rates of the
resent'aseason; or in other words, a crop of 100
ales of 420 lbs. each, at the price of this season,
(5 cents) would amount to... .......... 2100 00
Whilst a crop of 50 bales, at 9 cents,
would yield .......................... $1800 00
There would thus be a difference of only. ..1210 00
between thie value of 10t) ball's, at present prices,
and what could be obtained for H %LC that quanltiny
by a proper reduciinn of irhe cijluvaion.
But it muist be borne in nmnd, ihit in diminish-
ing the quantity, more attenlinni e,,i>ld be be.-iowed
to picking, gunning, &kc. ; by which th.' qinality
S. p"might be improved 50 per cent., furnihing anoih-
M-fr"" Aaoa&Mflyflt:.4f
the revenues ot the p6 am rs. -" 711
By this method nearly one-h.ill of the labor orl
the negroes, and one half of the soil would he It't
unemployed, at the disposal of the planters, tI. be
applied to other branches of agricultur'-, and r-.il-r
pursuits. Tins would richly reward them. They
could plant corn, to make their own pork, raise
their own provisions and grasses, rear sheep, cattle,
&c. They might devote some attention to the
production of wool. They could establish simple
and suitable looms, at which, in bad weather, the
negroes might work, and manufacture their own
In short, by such a system, the planters could
S' defray the expenses of their plantations, and thus
nearly the whole proceeds of their Cotton (amount-
ing to more than their entire present income) might
be laid up as a NET PROFITr.
From the above plain statement few reflections
are naturally sugested-rviz:
The present low price of Cotton is ruinous to the
Splinter, the factor, and the manufacturer- for the
'lasting prosperity of all three is closely and insepa-
Srably linked together- The profit of the manufac-
turer at the expense of the planter can only be tran-
"The cause of the dimintion in the rate at which
Cotton is sold, is the surplus production over the
If the cultivation coatinues to increase, the price
must fall still lower, uatil the planters eventually
become bankrupts. .
SThe remedy can be found only in an honest and
determined concertion on the part of the planters to
diminish the cultivation until the crop of Cotton
sllill be reduced to the standard of consumption-
thus injuring a ready market at a steady price of
a tt least 9 cents.
S In growing less Cotton, the planter could im-
rove its quality, and with the additional soil and
Sforce left at his disposal he could produce other ar-
tidces. Hia income from the article of Cotton
would remain about the same, while he would be
enabledd to create new revenue from other sources.
It seems unnecessary to multiply words to im,
Press all with ihe importance of bringing about a
concerted action, tending to the practical adop-
tion of the measures necessary to realize the remie-
fdy proposed for reseuihng the'Cotton market from
irs present disastrous condition. In a future com-
munication a few suggestions will be thrown out
in relation to a mode of operation, by which the
desired results may be brought about at once.
Purchasing by Telegrapl.-We learn from
the Baltimore American, that on Monday eve-
:' nin, Messrs. Parson & Preston, booksellers, whose
establishment adjoins the Electro Magnetic Tel-
egraph Officein that city, were asked by a per-
son in Washinrgton, through the Tt-'lgraph,
the price of certain books. An answer was
returned in a few minutes, which proved sat.
isfactory. An order for the books was the
result, and they were dispatched by the train
of ears which left soon after for Washington. All
this was done in the space of a few minutes, with
as much accuracy and satisfaction to the purcha-
ser as i.fe he ad been present.
Railways in Ireland.---There at present ema-
played in merely making the necessary prelimin-
ary surveys fnr the numerous lines of railway now
before the ptrblic inIreland, some 5*20 engineers,
sub-engineern, draftsmen, clerks, chainbearers,
.and their assistants. This is exclusive of labou-
rrs. The salaries of the above vary from 2 to
12s. a week, while labourers employed get from
Is. to Is. lId- per day. Besides, such a staff of
officials gives employment in their turn to ear-
men, &.c. Should all the lines of railway now
'projected obtain acts of incorporation in the en-
suing session of parliament, and commence opera-
tions as soon as possible after, employment would
be afforded, one way or another, to some 200,000
persons.- Wihner's JVews Letter.
The Mormons.-A bill has been introduced
into the Illinois House of Representatives, repeal-
ing unconditionally the whole of\the Mormon
charters, and referred to the committee on the
judiciary by a vote of 108 yeas to 4 nays-two of
the four voting in the negative were Mormon rep-
resentatives. The St. Limis Republican expres-
eea the opinion that the charters will be repealed.

Our Mtnfiici'-al Election came off on Monday
last and resulted in the choice of the following
gentlemen: For A or.
For .Mtayor.
Far Aldermen.
Henry G. Guyvon, John Ruan,
James F. Farrier, Daniel J. Day,
James L. Barber, D. B. Wood,
Samuel Sclitiflr, William Hone.
All these officers are gentlemen of high stand-
ing in our community, and their interests are
fully identified with the success and prosperity of
our city. In their official capacity, they will no
doubt, act with due discretion and reflection, and
adopt only such measures as are calculated to
promote the welfare and happiness of our citizens.
If they only exercise the prudence and wisdom
of their predecessors (of which we entertain no
doubts,) our city is bound to improve and flourish.

Alpalachicola Reading H.'om.-Much credit
is due to the member ol" the Temperance Society
of this city, in getting up this establishment.
Their exertions are untiring in obtaining the
means to render it, (as it already is,) an ornament
to our community and highly useful and beneficial
in its nature. The intention is a laudable, mag-
nanimous one, and is appreciated by all who are
'seekers of useful and instructive information, and
fi'iendly to the social happin'-s and well being of
mankind. Much credit is also due those of our
citizens who are tiot members of the Society, who
have contributed their aid, towards rendering the
room a pleasant resort, where the mind may feast
on intellectual kn.j leiledg.
The access to the Reading Room is free to all
who are willing to comply with its rults and re-
gulations 3lincch are not at -all repugnart to the
feelings or principles of those who are desirons i of
conducting themselves in an orderly manner, aind
whIo are separated from the vicious--ihe habittiAl

11111MMI k 114[lB fi ." 5 iit n .1
Wss ofthis-description are avays pruduc-
lire of much gn:d,'Iwhen properly conducted.
Many an agreeable hour- is spent here in iunti-I-
lectiual employment which n-therise c ,uld ibe
entirely lost, or spent in amusements which
are of no lasting importaiice, which evaporate
like the fog before I lie tnrriirng sun. They also,
redound much to the credit of the people of the
towns or cities in which they are located, for in-
telligent minds abroad are led to.believe, that
knowledge is on the progressive and that virtue
and morality are upheld. It is a fact well estab-
lished, and clearly clucidated in the experience
of every man capable of reasoning, that to be
happy, we must be free and independent. In
perusing the pages of ancient history, we learn
that when the Republics of Greece and Rome

flourished, their people were possessed of un-
bounded knowledge4and when ignorance took the
place ofintelligence, and as a natural consequence
vice that of virtue, they fell" from their proud
heights, and are now barely known save in name.
We have made these remarks to show that the
utility of Reading Rooms is of more importance
than is generally given them. That thej:tare
productive of' great results, and that they exhibit
abroad a desire, on tre' part of those who estab-
lish them, to better the condition of mankind,
,and render the community in which they live,
virtuous and intelligent.

Great Race at .ew ,Orhans.-A great race
between the northern horse, Blue Dick, and the
southern mare, Peytona, took place at New Or-
leans on the 23d ult. The purse was 2,'i'.)-
four mile heats-obrfent `e)t0; which was paid by
Midas, Ruffin and Pat Gallwvey. Peytona won-
easily in two heat, much to the discomfiture of
the adherents of the northern horse.
Time-S 09:-- iO|.

03- T ie ate of Indiana, by the casting vote
of the a4ifzaiSc..ernor, have further postponed
the consideration of the election of a United
States Senator until the 30th ult. The Legisla-
ture is lo adjimtrn on thIe 13th inst.
01g- Mr. Evans, of MNiine, it is said, is about
to retire from the-Senate, for the purpose of prac-
tising law ini the 6-ity of New York.
... "Pmst, h* ee
fjO- The U-S steamer "Poinsett," has been
condemned at-Pensacola, and it is probable that
she will be taken to New Qrleans and sold. Her
boilers are of copper, and when new cost L)10,0000
j The U S brig Somer, Gerry, comd'g, arri-
ved at Pensacola on the 2d inst., from a cruise.
Officers and crew all well.
03- The N Y Journal of Commerce says, that
the capital stock of- the New York and New
Haven Railroad, amounting to V2,000,00 has
been taken by about twenty individuals, or firms,
of that city, and that-the road will certainly be
commenced early in thtip.'ring.
9c- At the late municipal election in Boston,
the citizens of that city. by a large majority, have
decided upon introducing water from Long Pond
for the use of the city.
The North Carolina House of Represzn-
tatives, have, by a vote of 52 to 49, rejected a
resolution in favor of the annexation of Texas.

wVhics. +- .Appointed hy the P;?sidf nt.
At the recent nmie-tiiog of the Chamrt
Commerce of our City, the f .llo.ving officer
selected for the ensuing year.
Officers elected fior 1845.
BENJ. F. NOURSE, President,
ISAAC M. WR.1GHT, Vice Presideni
P. C. KAIN, Sec*y and Treasurer.
Committee of Arbitration.
Benj. Ellison, S. H. HIartshorn.
A. N. McKay, C. G. Holmes.
D. B. Wood, N. J. Deblois,
Daniel J. Day.
Conitmittee on Ippeal..
Win. II. Young, \'m.. A K.-nt,
Wm. G. Porter, Benj. Salter,
David G. Raney.

After which the following statement, mad
the Custom House books, was submitted t
Customn. louse.
January 7th, 1845.
Sir:-For the information of the-"Ch r
Commerce," I herewith enclose a statement
Imports, Exports, Tonnage, &c., at ihis I
the year ending Sept. 30th, 1844. .
S I am very respectfully, &c.
To P. C. KAIN, Esq., Sec'y of the
Chamber of Commerce, Apalachic
Of the Exports and Imports "-in the-Die
Apalachicola, from Sept. 1843 to Oct 1
Amount of cotton shipped to
foreign ports,.... bales.. .29,380 .
Do. do. Coastwise....... 92,402
-- 121, ';$
Value of foreign cx-
poi ts ............. 9..i9,9 4 -42
Do. ci,.qtWil-e....... .3. 1 ,'11, 9 31j3

Val'ie I lof dnialable good. s.. .-3'3,l 17 50
Do.. Irce gouds...... .,r1- $S5.5 -

Number of vessels entered :- -
SShips and Badriqu-. .........71
Brn-.' ................ '61
schoun- r_,......... ..... 1 "-17

Tonnage employed,...........'.
Number of men employed,.....
Do. steamboats emp'd in dis't,.
CUSTOM HOUSE, Apalachicola, "
January '7h, 1845. 5


Mr. Cushing.-Robbery of his apers i.
ico.-We learned verbally yesterday th
Hon. Mr. Cushing, late Minister to Chin
sailed from Vera Cruz for New York. It
ported that he came down safely from the
Mexico with all his public documents, I
servant, who followed next day with his3
papers, was robbed of every thing on the r
the ladrones. If, as we are fearful, Mr. C
of travel were among these papers, the lo
a great one.-.V. 0. Picayune.
Foreign nmnigration.-A report has be
before the Senate, from the Secretary of
accompanied with statements of the numnb
designation of the passengers who have art
the United States on shipboard during thE
first quarters of 1843, and the year comem
1st October, 1843, and ending 30th Sepi
1844, so far as the same are exhibited in
turns made to the Department of ;tate by
tors of the customs, under the act of -d of
1819. The returns show for the three qu::
1843, 56,529persons for the ,ear endir
September, 1844, 84,764 persons ; mnak
the one year and three quarter., 141,2-13 p
Some collectors, it is believed, have madi
turns. <
T7ew Oldest Inhabitant."-The Picav
found out who that much-talked-ofind
the "oldest inhabitant" is. An elderly
speaking of his great kn.,wled.,e of the M
country the other day, said that he hadl
the Mississippi river since it was a small c
Hlie's the man.
NEw XYORK, Dec. 31,
For a w,-ek subsequent to the date of
cular of 14ih inst thie Cotton Market in I
remained without change as to price, thou
rather les& inquiry on the-part ot ship.pw, t
ness of the week ending 21st inrt., amoa
5,500 bales. On the 22d inst.-we were-kiu
ion of the news per Acadia, with Liverpo
to 41h Deceniber, shewing a decline there
to dper b11) with a heavy and unsatisftaIto
kei atlter ihis reduction had been submi
These accoumIts, alihoiigh to a certain exte
ed for and anticipated, proved so much m
favorable than wa, expected, that our marl
ing Monday and Titesday. 23d and 24th in
brought tot a stdrind, buyers being unwillig
chase except'at a decline of .jc. and holde
Ing to make this conce.sioe. WVednesda
Christmdas day, all operations were siuspemi
Thursday arid Friday, a fair business wa
acted, at a decline of jc. on the quotation
previous week, on all grades except New
fair and upwards., which quamlities are
and in demand, and meet with ready sail
extreme quJotations. The maonrity of il
lasti week, which amount to4,5N0 b.Alej, ha
made to our own mininfaci'irera, some I
for the Continent of Europe, and a ver
amount for Liverpool -loldera have met
mand freely at this decline, and sales by sh
pies of some of the recent arrivals, were n
the close of the week. The sales ye:
amounted to 1500 bales, the market 6Io
cided firmer, with an improved fi-eling on
of holders
Our advices from Southern Ports in rein
the present' crop, state that the btlk of
thus far,' are of "middling" to '" middlii
qualiti-s, there being but Inile of lower
while '"fully fair," guod fair," "nd "'fin
difficult to be met with, and will form
smaller portion of the crop comparativel
for several yeas past.

The From the New Orleans Picayune. ered as one of Santa Anna'sstrongholds., the pop-
eral LATE FROM MEXICO. ular feeling against him appears to have been al.
lyre- General Retvolution throughout the Republic- most unanimous. The grit, or cry, was first
Arrest of Can alizo--Overthrow of Santa raised a few miles from the city by Col. Sebin, In
n as -iesta, 'cn) who, with a few hundred followers, declared in Tt
.dnaL'c ,c. f, h lavor of Congress. Soon after, Don Benito Qui- H
By the arrival yesterday (the *2Sth ult ,) of the a. Governorof oera Car, ,pronounced against
eP. schr. Fortuna, from Vera Cruz, whence she sail- jan, Governor of eavor Cnz, pronoreu, anced agaimme-nst
M'. ed on the 13th ult., we have the important infor- Santa Anna and in favor f Conrej, and imme Th
8W5. mation that the Rev,,lntion, started in Jalisco by diately all are se portraiement anf the Djoicing.tator h- e
G- Gen. Paredes, has finally extended almostentire- p_,pnlaceT i. trnit cf the Dictator i
845. Vly over the country, and that the complete over- tteard then burnt it in the plaza, after
845. throw of the tnrant Santa Anna is certain, al- w.--n 'hev proceeded in crols teonards the C
.847. thoiiugh he is still in command of a few troops at hirknownisel several citizens who were ohnota Ainn thirsting Tr
.9i48. Qnereltaro. In the city of Mexico, the Revolu- heirIwn frie nd threp f.er Snta Anna.k their investing T.
-90- tlion broke_.ut on the 3d inst., and by the 7th, all 1,r eneisnce ard t ruatenn C to tr.l ce Gtheir lives.
S was quiet. Gen. Juse J.,aliin deI Herrera, '..a i: 1)Ivina t t e effirts ofthe Comon trditeGeneral
P189 command a lt the last d,,trs, e pith the t1il e ..t I r.- t ir .i e % .r .p ed, he I ;,roni-i, ti e inpopu: A
1346. to,iatl,,,hn nlo A,_, I- fI ce that all thoi, who had made rh,rielves in- Is
,n vsinw.;,l Prviidcral. while Can,-,1.7o and v-3w ol ^ ,)btiuee1-.Ihd|r.[l sudH
.S.4 7. ... I l i o 1t n t, h I e b ,? ; t i i ,t e r e s t s o f t hil a,[ e s h u u l d l i e
1.46. the clii.- ninion ut f Santa Anna n were- III ir'-.' t. 1 bi h t i ". t ie ctlv T
tf4ritb-b~, '-" I Ihecilv. T
IS47. On the 1,t of D. -cenih r fi,-five i -ni.be I i n th flowing d v order af co.npletIly' re-
1845. the lune of D .p"i iE-s. issued a manirt ,sto pro- .niv n .e an te r e
1346. testing against the e .rdi"rs promulgated bY ["e ?onred, the citizeni in the mean time lorming
1-4. tes7n. a.arl t tAnna and der rnni Ct. "e e tl temselve i into military bldies to resist any at- II
17. urnot Sht Anna and denm crmg mfri. T ,ermment t, n ithat ni-ihl be manl, by Santa Anna and it
1. r. h hm removed Ir office. he On the evening Dceb-. pr the
I-9r) neit day ten others, who were not ahlie t. get dv of- ru or R.ir Made Free," was
into the hall on the st,.igned it. The Senate ;raLdofltit the theatre, Rin honr nade Free," wass
1841 llcevrs adpre th 1nf1#VoeeIvs nth ., P1.rmic-44t th6 theatre, in honor of the mnccess I
1846' likewise adopted the -amffifroceedint on the -.2,1. ",h uio.n-ts Here wa wll ise't an ex-
18-16. all save to u r af th at b. d y, sig n ed thne a rti ,:e s o o f th. revn.. .. tion. m ts. H ere w... .ill in. .rt an e x -
1846. c T eto 0 at ngvget lun otrart ,o a letter-to a gentleman in thii city, show-
6. denunciation. This action iving great r,tT.ence in the completeness of the revolution. It is da-
1W4. the.Dictator, it.seemns that on tIhe 3d Di.cemrber, td: v Ctr'z Dc. 11, \"\\ C
G~4. eti~rAl Caualizo, by the express order of SAIItint a',W R 'z r
4 r a h r"nna, ssu e` a decree for the diss1,lution of C r,- A: fir as L[em -sz l 'rn, no pl'-ce hoid; n',i for .`;an- C
naimed dcree^.^ A-^ it Li
1 1 t- m t ere- t Anna. ,-Pe-rote, Onizalti anid Cordo 'a h
m _-, -:- ...h r ,__'- .,ath ttim'eat Que -re- P ,a i h -r a I
tar,. It Ihe heard 6lF-brnev-11. J Inen, ,n-i,ni,. i uni the- great man' fll appears
against the rev.lnitionits in Jjlisco No i..ner i, ,,r,-,p oInf it s1 h:ill be glad it I ani the F irsl -
i va it know.vn in NlM co that the arbitlrarN dicre. n, cive vni.tT- 'l-decik ve no t
ber of had been promulgated than -a itrini<-vi ,\'itite- Tin' lidh- be'nAi revol,,IorI of r nhl;c opinion -
ment was created aun.iu, nil. clal;el ThIe C il-in. n.;, a -word lis b.-en drawn nor a drn[> ,-f Ilond
were bers at once made three prcte-I?, hni1itn's a prI-.- irI : and. ,-rnidi iAll then iilrenit disnrd,-r r.l a (
clamation to the citizens; but bvloro th)3 cuul l inv. lu4i,,n, and wiili no nuiliitary to r-mraiu the
S have them prinqd, Canolizo issued a peremptory powulace. no excess has been committed.
order, that all the printing offices, with the single I Ir.,i RnInan. anI phraiwn twas take populace, who the
A ".,owi,.',, [,onniz and thr,,wn tothe populace, who 11
S exception of "El Diario del Gobierno," Santa ,.-. i a, ;a tlii-i,.i, pices. The greatest en-
Anna's own paid organ, should be closed, and *ii,,r,..ii, ar.\ ,hinid: an,-. as I said before, in the (
that publications of every description were ex- :,l.i nl]. ihi'.,iit'i,.n. there is not a single in-1
pressly forbidden- When these tyrannical decrees s iii ,- rnl .-iiv -1'(,r-6 h ,ing been commiited.-
e, transpired, the excitement rose to such a pitch Thisis the triumph ofpopular opinionover the force
that all business was suspended, and groups of of arms, and is the commencementof a new erain 1
men collected in all quarters to talk over the ob- the existence of the Mexican Republic." i
noxious measures and prepared to act as circumr- Santa Anna was at the last accounts at Quere- ]
stances might dictate. Canalize in the meantime tara, where he had yet about 2,500 men-the re-
time, seeing that affairs were coming to a crisis, mainder ofthe large army that accompanied him
and deeming himself unsafe, collected at the thither having deserted his sinking fortunes.--
palace all the troops he could gather, some 2000 Were this force composed of altogether trustwor-
in number, and shut himself up with them. Ba- tlh, men, it would seem almost impossible that he.
Sfrom randa, Rejon, and Salas, three of Santa Anna's '41-3rN chinc. to escape the enemiesby whom 1
deroe minions, also took refuge in the palace at the `,e is -urr.,,ninled. It is asserted that the new
o their same time. Government offers him no terms short of his pay-
During the 4th and 5th of December the ex- ing up the twelve millions of dollars of the pub-
citement continuedd, with little or no abatement 11- ,,,,y he is charged with having uselessly
at any time.' Early on the 6th, large numbers ot -fii.,r,-.l or appropriated to his own private
the inhabitants, comprising not only the lepers plrpnoes This condition it can scarcely be pos-
) and middling classes, but all the most wealthy iil'e t .xecute, and in default of complying with
tber of and respectable citizens, gathered, with arms in it, the tdposed tyrant is threatened with death.
itofthe their hands, at the Convent of San Francisco.
Port for Here the members of Congress having been driven Eal Florida.-The St. Augustine news gives
from the Chambers, had assembled, among them the following promising aspect of affairs in East
being Generals Herrera, Gracia Conde and Ces- Florida:,
ctor. pedes. Previous to this, the greater part of the "From the different portions of East Florida,
*o troops in the garrison and in "la Ciudadela" had we have information showing a state of things
really pronounced in favor of the revolution, most propitious to the settlers in this part of the
c, ia Generals Conde and Cespedes had come from the country. Notwithstanding the early dry weather,
Ex-Acordada, where the movement was going on thn r:d,.Jiiv.nc ofthesoilhas yielded to the
and reunited themselves with the deputies in the p|aihor ., i,,..t abundant harvest. Despite the
tr ielof Convent. IhJ. r; tindli,tiri.usly circulated by certain per-
184.4, From this place, as we learn by some of -the sons against the soil and climate of this portion of
accounts, the ente body-members of Congress, our country, we believe the time cannot be far
citizens, leperos and all-marched to the princi- distant, when the variety of its productions, the
pal plaza in front of the palace, andf ordered Ca- :.ir ,i exuberance of its soil and its balmy clime,
Sales, nalizo to surrender, giving him two hours to re- will make it the report alike of the capitalist and
fliect and no more. N B. i an extract roma
Thinking that his officers ard ,-.Idi,:rs iw tho ul ,.di.i i,.,l r. B. I., is dn extract froma
ht-iter re.,- i-I nrl.,i ltnll'.iu-.r,-.u h cou ,ty, which
stand by him, Canalizo prepare to ,itack ilic I rn-. nb. r.-'ardl d as a fair illu-iraiiiuno if the feel-
,1164 ; ritizeni. and called upon his tri.-t.1 In '1.1, c |, h mi-jte th settlers in the new coun-
,'-1~~~ ~~ gq- -", -., e ,, _ i,l-h auntil .t h.et-3 erinfte new c un-T
,.rlie. At th i Cis '.lie of is -tl' r^ etitl.in i t- i nS"
ed that lie %vis the .1ie of no trint, hbt 1' te v e. ,.ifiini ,- in il]jis p:int of Ilie courntrv prom-
nati on, ind then snl titel, L..,ri li e he r. i : ..- '- i;i t tiC .Iernn\ ''.[' r i ,i-. .i -t-
-h I -. Ih -.r iL. .iIo i [I r I ein I A IT i d 11 i. T he l% t-
gS.l"'tt- -i1ts'rc as taKen ir tine r.'uknas k e.e-- at '--iatec ii as tit.-irirhin... mr p.-i hle,
linw 'ed in the place, whEn I. i liz., at on.-''? ad ile.hvi,.l re.iii, l\ lt .-,It th. Wit iI] co,",he
in contin r': ti-n t., his ai6i 14To-
I rc ,n- :li t ot i ", t 'nit hi, n tl, .-i|h a ic :.',-hl e.-r. e i he-,lth. This
Pr,:viu th) tin tlhe d~il~i',it h,,,l~es ,n !he %, ." t h [,| ,,I te'i ,it h,,r ie.,.v I.I.',.,riorrs, w ere
C'in'.'.nt f S am I.rarnk- i .'. hln' without a dte-- "j~ th-. Iie~ ctnh t' '-iinwr
.n-..n .. San 1 ,ra..- --ving without a dig-,, -, i clearing their lands, and'raisiing pro-
-282 senting voice approved-of it, Gren. Herr,?ra .-..,it .1 ,=.. nt;" hyhtan.'rnllt~l
*2U'2 setting vonce approved ot' ir, lren. Herrl t .i visions; and in this they have succeeded well,
36 tons. letter or despatch, dated from the ( .nvrit., at ri.i ,villl ,.ndm.g theunuaual drought. Next year
2 6 9 -2 o c l o k i nhe a ft e n o o,to C n l z W, ,c% i t inir e u n uae( r n h i N e t y r
2,691 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to Canalizo. \ l^t\i there will be a large production of Cotton, Sugar
l5 the purport of it: -, and Cuba Tobacco. All the settlers whom I.have
Gen. Herrera states, that being empowered by met with, (and they are very numerous) are de.
the Constitution of the Republic, and Idepending lighted with the prospects. Many of them in-
upon him (Gen. Canahizo) for the complete estab ,
ctor. pon him (Gen. Canalizo) for the complete estab- formed me, that, after they found'that their crops
S lishment of order, and further to prevent the ef- were likely to be short, in consequence of the
i Mex-fusion of blood, he asks him to give orders tothe drl, _In they sowed Rice.on the same lands, and
nat the end that the Constitutional Government may re- rai tid iity bushels to the acre? Nearly all ot
had main in the full exercise of its powers. Gen. H. tOni, r, turning their attention, collaterally, to
ta had continues to the effect that this is a service which the production of oranges, bananas, and other
Ss re- a love of good order and of country demand of tropical fruits. Another year will open people'-
city of Gen. C., and farthMr stated that if he desires the ro respecting the vast advantages, which thi
but his perpetuation of the good name of the nation, themes respecting the vast advantages, which thi
utnsperpetuation of tlhe good name of the nation, the peninsula possesses over all the Southern States.
private avoidance of troubles in the capital, and difficul- Pehinsula possesses over all the Soute Stat.
road by ties to himself of great magnitude, he must coin- Mr. DODGE, the D-lpate from Iowa, presented
Notes ply with his requests. to Congress, on the I t Dec., a petition from the
P truly The answers of Gen. Canalizo for there are two to Congress, on territory D e., a p petition from the ad-
of them, are very short, and we give them entire. people of that Territory, ra' in-,gimmedte ad-
eenladHristefrtdsac or note: mission into the Union. The r.0int Ion was referr-
?en laid Here is the first despatch or to the Committee on T.nrttne, and5,000 co-
State,ed to the Committee on Trritris, and5,000 co-
e Stained "Exmo, Sr:-In order to avoid any unfortunate pies of the Constitution4 adopted by the people of"
'er and scenes or events in this capital, I am ready imme- Iowa, ordered to be printed. Mr. Levy, the del-
tived in diately to deliver up the command, and to evacuate egate from Florida, at the same time, submitted
e three this place at once, if guaranties are conceded to a resolution authorizing the printing of 5,000 co-
nencin,1 me.
embrr, God and Liberty. National Palace of Mexico, pies of the constitution of Florida, which was
the re- December 6, 2*_o'clock in the afternoon.-Valen- adopted. .
collec- tin Canalizo.-To his Excellency, GeneralofDivi- .- l. seemstno bean object hiigily deirable to all
'March sion, D. J. Joaquin de Herrera." the po.h.ticianns of the South that Florida should
irters of In half an hour afterwards, General Canalize be aIdniitted into the Union at the same time with
ng 3,.,tl sent another despatch, which reads as follows: Iowa. If the northern or tree States should attain
n r "Emo Sr -hgan ascendancy in the Senate, which the addition
ing l'or Exmo Sr :-The guarantee of whieh.I spoke .in of two Senators from Iowa would give them, un-
pers,,-is, my last despatch, which I have just sent, are, that 1.., counterbalanced by the presence of two other
e no re- passports to leave the Republic shall be given to Senators front Flrida, it i* doubt fil whether any
myself to the four ministers, and to the comman- '
dante general. State would ever afterwards be admitted into the
une 1.as God and Liberty. National Palace of Mexico, Union, without having fo-rced upon her insulting
it idual, December 6, 1844, 3 o'clock in the afternoon.- restrictions on the subject of slavery. Let the
chap, Valentin Canalizo.-To the Senor General of Di- ab.litionists onc>: obtain an ascendancy in the Se-
Veslern vision, D. J. Joaquin de Herrera." nate, and they would use it only to increase and
known On the 7th of December Gen. Herrera was ap- pc=r|"etluate their inlluerncee. Florida must move
creek !" pointed Pr.,visional President of the Republic now. or she mu-st t)r>?ver stand aside. So fully
with a cabinet as follows: Don Luis G- Cuevas, assured are the southern statesmen of this fact,
Minister of;. Foreign Relations; Don MarianoRiva that she would probably be dragged forward
I1J4 -st ISJustice and Public Instruction; Don whettier she were willing or no. But we think,
our Ci erria, of Internal Affairs; Gen.Pedro s-a tar as the people of Florida are concerned, their
h~iS Cit h of' War and Marine. pitnrl-,ic feelings, the pride ill independence, is
ghi b ls1 'ening of the 6th andl durimgthe whole already aroustdnipon the subject, and that Flori-
heii bu.- -uf December the greatest rejoicings da wll'n whe-erinrto position in the great: array of
nte.rig Lin the city of Mexico, accompanied s..,reoign .State, with an undaunted 'ront.
oldaite |s which show the deep detestation in --[ Star ofFlorid .

of aitd'
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Ile' h--ila Anna was-held. A number of his
portraits in tI he public places were dragged through
the streets, torn into fragments, and every lepero
preserved a piece as a memento of their oppres-
sor's downfall. The statue of Santa Anna in the
plaza was tumbled down, broken in pieces, and
the head borne in triumph thr.)uih the city. It
is also stated that the crowd, intoxicated with joy
and frantic with revenge, afterwards proceeded to
the monument where the legof their Dictator had
been buried with so much pomp a year or two
since, bruke it into-atoms, and then kicked and
dragged the embalmed limb'through the plazas
ani principal thoroughfares. While all this was
brnirg enacted by .the mob, the more prominent
citizens were rejoicing heartly in the change of
Government. Me sages ofcongrafulaitiorn between
the triumphant Senate and H-foue were interchan-
ged, and the new President, Herrera, was waited
uponnn by crowds, who appeared most joyouns in bb-
tanning relief from the despotic rule under which
they have groaned since the downfall of Busta-
mente. Such were the scenes enacted in Mr-lxico
-great were the re-jicings- all over the eo*antry.
The revolution against Santa Anna appears to
at general, yet we hear of little bloodshed except
Jalabepa, where a few persons were killed. At
Puebla the inhabitants rose as with one voice,
tumbled down the statute of the obnoxious tyrant
and,tore his portrait into a thousand tatters.
The revolution at Vera Cruz broke out on the
9th inst., and notwithllstanding this maybe conaid-

The Three '. S. Sloops of War.-Thethree
new .loops ofwar, the P,'.rtsmouth, built at Ports-
monuth, New Hamrnpshire; the St. Mare's, built
at Washington, and the Jamestown, Wuilt at Nor-
folk, are now all at anchor iT the harbor of Noa--
folk, where they have been ordered for the p4-
posie of testing their respectivesailing qualities.-.-
They are all spoken of as unusually swift vesselp,
ofthe most perfect model anl finish, and the re-
sult of their trial of speed will be looked to with
great interest.
The One Term Princ;ple.-A resolution has
been introduced into the Houseol Representative?,
so.t-) alter the Constitution that no person ,hall
be herealtereliible to the office of President el
the United Stateq who shall have beei previously
elected to the said office, and who shall have ac-
cepted&l the same or exercised the powers thereof."
Intercourse with Boston.-There are now no
less than fi. e different routes between New-York
.nrl Boston, nareWly: over the Long lwnd'Rail-
road; in steamers to Stirnmlton. irn stpamners to
N,.'r'.vich; to Now-Haven; thlencec-rthe ;pring-
lield anid Western Railroads; and in the Neptune
to Providence.
)Du Solle says :-A correspondent asks us why'
women resrnble the ancient soothatYers? We
are not good at guessiun-but some women are
copstantlyfor.t-lt//ing other people's allnu s.

by William Valteau, a .usuce of the Peace for
Franklin County. And thereupon, e- saidi
Mayor administered the vath of otife to the fol-
lowing named CounciLmen, viz:
Henry G. Guyon, Daniet.- hy,
Samuel WSchitlr,. Deaison & Wood,.
John G. Ruan, James F. Farrior,
James L. Barber, Wlliamm Hone.
Whereupon the Couucil forthwith proceeded to
the transaction of business.'
The Mayor appointed the following standing.
committees lbr the year;
On hInproements and Cantratfs.-Henry G.-.
Guyon, John G Ruan, and Denison B. Wood.
On Clainms.-James Farrior, William Hone-
and SaraiekSchiffer.
0n Hbspital and Poor -John G. Ruan, D.
B. We,i-and James L. Barber.
SOn Finaaee--D. J. Day, James F. Farrior
-and Samuel Schtiler.
SOn .Afar*et.-Samuel Schiffer, Henry G. Guy-
on and James L. Barber.
On Public Grounds-ID.' B. Wood,. William
Hone and D. J. Day. -
The Rules and Bylaws adopted, by the. late
City Council, were read by the Clerk. And
thereupon, on motion of Mr. Farrior, seconded
by Mr. Wood, the same were adopted as read, for
the government of this Council.
Mr. Farrior offered. the following resolutions.
winch were adopted, viz.:

For the Commercial Advertiser.
ON THE DEATH OF LADY F.... L........
blooming youth and health she died,
he victim both of Love and Pride;
er haughty nature ill could brook
ie cold remark, one scornful look,
From him she dearest prized.
'is Treachery that seals her doom-
onsigns her to an.early tomb:-
eleniless Fate too late she knows
hat she has err'd, to doubt his vows
Who pledged eternal truth.
nd now that form, of angel mould,
lost in sleep-that heart is cold;
er eye is dim-its lustre gone- : -
he damnastA cbek is pdl and wan-
And all in lifeless clay.
Cer lover gazed, and searee-espired-
.er troll) was all his heart desired; 7
las! he meets her now in death-
is ear has caugliht her latest bfetthL,.
The soul 'a fote've gone',
[4 bends hinni o'er that hallowed form'"
[is breast with inward anguish om.rn;
)ne burning kiss on that cold brow
3 all that speaks his feelings now---
Dev.otion not: of-earth., -. :-'
Ie sAna s beside nrh ewdrye --..;:.-' .--,__
ll hope of earthly bliss has fled- .
'.t on his face no outward show
if grief is marke4-no trace of wo-
His grief *s too deep for tearts.
He gazes long on her he loved- .
His eyes are raised, his lips are moved, ...-
One fervent prayer ascends on high-
Tie heard beyond th' ethereal sky-
And they shall, meet in Heav'n,
He turns him from that hall of pride,
Its fairest flower has drooped and died;
Death's sable .teil now hovers o'er ....
Where joy and pomp were seen before-
And mirth ,is hushed in grief.
Lone, seared in heart, and wrapped in gloom,
He stands beside the loved one's tomb;
1lpneefonrl no boon for him has-earth- '
Within, he fells a chilling dearth- .,.,.
Without, an aching void

City Council Proceedings.
Wednesday Evening, Jan. 9th,1$44.
C,.uncil met this evening. Present, David Q
Raney, Mayor; Councilmen, Messrs. Robertsp
Schifter, Babcock, Simmons, Farrior and Guyon.
The minutes of the last meeting were read and
The Mayor presented theopinion of the City
Attorney on the petition of Messrs Nourse & Stone
referred to him at the last meeting, which was
received and read by the Clerk, And thereupon
on motion ol Mr. Guyon, seconded by Mr. Far-
rior, ordered that the prayer of .said petiioners
be denied, .
He also presented a Report from the Tax Col-
lector,' which was read and ordered on file.
Mr. Farrior, from the Committee on Claims,
reported on the following accounts, which were
saverally passed and allowed, by Council, viz:
D. G. Raney's bill, fees as Judge uf May-
or's Court,.........................$24 00
W. Valleau's bill for fees as Clerk of May-
or's Court,...................... 16 18
C. Thigpen's bill, for costs a Ma.tal of
Mayor's Court,................:....9 25
James Gibson's bill, for costs as Marshal of
MaV-r's Curt,........................4 7
Fire Company's bill for work on F-igne
House................. .,.,.........5 50
D. G. Raney's bill, for one quarter's salt-*
ry as Mayor....... .................. 62 50
W. Valleau's bill for onel quarter's salary
as Clerk and Treasurer,............ 1-00 00
C. Thigpen'sbill bfor one quarter and nine
day's salary, to the tst January, inst, as
Marshal ......................... 09.00
Mr. Simmon's, Clhairman of Committee On
Contracts and Improvements, reported in .favor
of P. Grad's bill flor grading Centre' stret-t, and
the same vwas pissed arid allowed at.. ... 19 00
Commercial A'ldert icr Office for printing. .21 00
Jeremiah Grady's trr board of pauper,.... .) 50
Mr. Farrior presented the bill 01of' George Sin-
clair for hire of horse, dray and boy, .34 U0, and
rmed, seconded by Mr. Guyon, that Mr. Sin-
clair have leave to withdraw said -bill, and the
motion was adopted.
Mr. Simmons asked and obtained leave to with-
draw the bill presented by him at thie last meet-
ing for li1 00. ,
-Mr. Guyon from the Market Committee repor-.-
ted verbally on the petition of. D. & Wood and
others to enclose the Market, that said petition.
shoijuld be granted, and estimated the cost at about,
$S'& aWJ. Whereupon, on motion of Mr. Robertf.-
:seconded by Mr. Farrior, said Committee were
instructed to receive proposals for enclosing the
Market and report the same to the Council.
Mr. Guyon introduced An Ordinance toamand
s Ordinance establishing and regulating a mar-
ket, &c." Which was.read by the Clerk, anA
thereupon, on motion of Mr. Robert,, seoundedA
by Mr. Schrffer, the same was duly passed by its
title. -
.Mir. Roberts offered the following reaoletfonw"
Resolved, That the thanks of this Board be-
given to Ins Honor, the Mayor, for the able and.
efficient manner he has performed his duties for
the time he has held office. And the question on,
its adoption being put by theClerk, the same was-
unanimously adopted. ,
On motion of Mr. Roberts, the minutes were'
written up, read and approved, And thereupon,
on motion of Mr. Farrier, the Council adjourned.
sine die. ... .. .. o

Thursday Evetnmg, Jan. 9th, 1845.'
PuMsuant to notice giwen,.-_l-_ it, i i:atoyf -- -'
with the requisitions o' tht-'eCt7CfittearteT-he
Mayor and Councilmnen eleet met, and Enoch C.
Roberts took |the oath as Mayor, pestuilbed by
the Charter, said oath being admmtistered'ie t'n

aujuurneu. d
A Roe aerous the Isthmus -of Panama. -With
tegard to this new plan of communication be-
tretf Europe and South America, we find the an-
*"lexedtdefinite information in a late Havre jour-
The long projected idea of earnrin,- on the cor-
'respondence between Europe and Peru, across the
Isthmus of Panama, is, it is said, about to be rea-
"lzed. M. Marcescheau, the French Charge d'Af-
fairs at Bolivia, was charged by his government
to And the means of establishing this-service, but
has hitherto met with insurmountable local ob-
stades. Bat Capt. Boulanger, who is well known
'AdnfrigMy esteemed at Havire, and has resided in
Peru Tfor several years, hai cone forward and un-
,dertaken to realize the plan of .M. Maceihie,,u -
It is proposed that three fas;t sliding vesi.ek., ably
commanded, shall be appointed to ,c,,nvey t[lie t-
ters, passengers, and merchandise, between Cal-
lao and Panama; tonchinm every vno ige at Payta.
% .*.- ..i.d.#.".'ag. lhA "dwp'ltchbs fro" Ejrotpe to. Cla-..
-' '" Ni-31ct the [sthmius, to be again embarked"
from the point at which the newv pa,)i'lt arrive,
it is expected (fiat they will reach the city of Li-
ma in 60 or 70 days from the time of their depar-
ture; whereas it, requires double the time for them
*to arrive at their destination by the passage round
Cape Horn. It is probable that, through the ac-
live exertions of Capt. Bolanger, who is the direc-
tor of this new line, the project i-s already carried
intoexecuLion, and that this way of communica-
;ion, will -be announced to the public, and must
h6 received by all interested in it with the appro-
bation it is so well calculated to excite.


WINDOW GLASS.-Just received 7S boxa
Window Glass> of the following a'izs :-
13 by 2-i 12 by 6 10 by IT
14 2" 1) 12 15 10 12
1- "- 1 1 1 1 6 q 1 0
Together with an assortment of smaller sizes,
which will be sold very low by
dec| t cor Cehtre and Colmierce its.-
J SCHRODT, No. 44 Water street, has
received per barque Providence.
61-1 boxs3 German Cologne, a genuine article;
Jewellery-A small assortment of Gold
Silver everpointed Pencils, Rings, &c.
Ladiet Cap Springs. dec28
a.-ottment of Glass Ware, Ointment Jars,
Gallipots, Graduate Measures, Glass, Wedged
wood and Iron Morters, &c., for sale by
Snov3,, or of Centre and Commerc ats.

100 3S



.. -1 CLASS No. 1, for I-n.t
To -ttrawn at .lexamhlria, D. U. Jan. 4, 1,_4J.
Thirteen dravin Ballots.

S1X PRIZES OF $10.000!
I 1 ............. 3,.5l'0 ........... .. I3,'1.,L
"2 .... ........ .2,340 ............. 1,34.
... ......... 1 ') J .... .. ..
... .. ...... ., ..
_: : ...... .... .. .......... 2'I "i
._ 00 .............. ..........*4i ., .n.i
.. i2 .. ; .. ...... 1. .......... .. 1 1 -' J
'*_ 1!-'4. ; .. \. .. .. ... 60' .. .. .. .. .. 7, 110.
12 1... .. ... .. .... .. l, .......... 4,- -",1
l i t ................ "t .......... ", -,I
4,; 140 .............. .. .......... t. '.
124 *.' .1. ............... ...... 'n .5.. ..
24,'103 .... Prizes amountiing to.. ...%.)1 -,t','
.. -TICKErlS 1, ,--Shares iii |',r.;poitit.,n
I" h'Ufah.e .,Scheme, foreied hV tile ternary
ccimbination of- 75 nuimtbiers, niakini, (37,.-',_-) tr,-
:kets'aiad the drawing of 1.j ball,,t-, there will be
*!'5t>^ffrize, eachl ha% ing'tliree drawn nuinbers,'.i,;
"',%each. .having twor t tpt em -trn ; aon,; d '-24,.,?
-a i faytsrr 'i .e/only,' Al emn on ; and als,, .'7 '
't1gtAb~v'r ,ion e a i'e.--drawir-'numhers on,
:'lM^'hI. I"^ *'or^eff, n-lt I ae fl these
.-.-:.:... .*;**^- : ~ l' ^:l'T w ^ l ..c ..' n- -
10 -,.vill be erev-rally plal:_-6 in a w irrc-l on
the d.' of The drawing, aid : 13 .,f them %%ill be
drawn out at raihd.rn; and tlIIt tickt having on
it, either one, --r inueofe ,.,I th %, \ 1ll be Prizea.
The ticket ha.tin 'on it, a.i a c-,oiribinatii.n th e-
Ilt, -2.] ,,ind 'Id drawn niirnber-r, %\ill be entitled
the Capital Prize, the 4th, 5th and 6th, the next
and su on, in proportion.
J G GREGORY & CO., Manager,
.... B S HAWLEYi Agent,
dec2t cor. of Chtstnut and Commerce sts.
Ready Made Clothing.
S. B. HAMILTON, ,X. 47 W/ater street,
AhHAS just opened and oflers for
sale "at prices to suit the times,"
a large and elegant assortment of
BLE CLOTHING, consisting in
part of:-
Over Coats
Blue, black and brown Frock
and Tweed Cass Frocks ;
-- .... .Flushing Frocks;
Kentucky Frock and Dress Goats;
Black and.Blue Cloth and Cass Pants;
P,aid an'i Fancy Gass do
Plainmand figur'd Sattiaett do
Jeans and Kersey do
Plain, Black and figui'd Satin Vests]
Velvet do
Figur'd Silk do
Cloth and Cass do
Plaid Cashmere (o
Geat's Dressing or Morning Gowns.
White Muslin and Linen Shirts;
Colore, do
Silk Under do
Merino do do
do and Twilled Drawers;
Black and Colored Kid Gloves';'
Silk do
Mirino and Mohair do
Waite Burlin do
,Stoeks, -Scarfs, Cravats, Suspenders and
Hlats_ and Caps.
A ,'rent vareiey ul'g.'tl,.mu'., Hni, b.\\'s Hals.
and (1p1.
,4.ePice :ou.,d.- wi.Il be ol ioW f1or cas.h.


No. '57 Wall St., insures Dwelling Houses, Ware-
hou-es, and Buildir.. in general; Merchandise,
Household Fiirnilftal- Ship building, Ships in
Port and their Carg!e, and every description of
personal property, against loss or damage by fire.
R. W%...AARTIN, Secretary.
directorr .
.T. Smvih R ogits, :., .-E. 1). Hturi,
.tJa-. Brvar. ', 1hn J. Palmer.
.i... N C'Brirdl P,,ter Loi nllrd,
h.1in .\d.im s. JagM' : all. '
l.,Isr, Ii lan ery, Kc.!ih [ M-.'.c -iC-,kry.
I .lht'i i''.-Verplun,.k, lli- rv P ,in h.
.I ..ln Juhn,-on. R.'iheit -iVther-s,
Joseph I1ern.chini, Win setrl.
l',.tr Nevius, Ferdilar.'d -mvdaiii,
l;i.'hard Ir eLn. -G e6 P. PIl-lh-n,
.'. \ ". R,,.',sevt. \ -Aiilli-ni Co.l-,ite,

f;- "*The- C(,Pnlribuo kbship lr,,rin-- f',,i-
|par,.," till also, inurei' a a sjzflSt -I, or i islandd ...r River Navi'ati,n,..im-f brahle tern-,
NOLURSE, STONE-k .O, ._gents,
t,,n i3,, .i-'.4-4. Wafer st reet.
--' s" ..-:..- '- -: '.. "
THE. 1J.EO( A W E-& 1rr.Lc;STrl;>iJ

paid in. inad security ii4;l466, ivl lae FIRE,
INLAND, and .MARINE RISKK, un s5 h\\\
terms as any other good Office in the United
States. The above named Coriip-,ny having paid
a large amount of losses in this -City (luring the
past ten years, and in %\ ery instarne, 0o the en-
tire satisfaction of the pailt,< ai-.urd; rely upon
their *ell earned rct-utalion fur a tontinuande of
public patronage.
THE subscibers having been appointed
Agents of the above famed Company, are fully
prepared; and are adthorTized to act -is such.
J DAY & CO.,
nov9 W2 Water street.
1!/' the iltto!/'/ MtM' ''."_ale.
James D P Ogden, William H Macy,
Moses H Grinnell, Fred'k Wissmann.
Conrad W F..ier, Joseph Foulke, Jr.
Samuel M F,-.x, : Hamilton Murray,
Wim Edgar H..ttland, Jacob R Nevius,
John H Hicks; Fred'k G- Foster'
Godfrey Pattison, Richard K Haight,
Sidney Mason, -. Wr S Alley,
Schuyler Tivni-0ion, G Winthrop Gray,
Theodore \'-t,,r, Roswell Sprague,
Henry Holdrege, Oliver Slate, Jr.
Anthony B Neilson Drake Mills,
Alfred Seton, Robert L Maitland,
Charles Sagory, Joseph W Alsop, Jr.
Bernard Graham, Elias Ponvert,.
Theodore Debon, John D Van Beuren.
A B NEILSON, President.
.\NLF I.I Er, SETO N Vice President.
JihiilN WHITCIEHAD, Secretary.
T HE unnler.ign.-d--AGENTS of the above
Company, are prepared to take MARINE
and RIVER RISKS, on-the most favorable terms.
novl9 51 Water street,

-L-- 7

ReWvo, That from and after Wedne lay, the COM M E R C I A L.
15th instant, the offices of City Clerk and Treasu- ..... ..... ...............
rorlMarmhal, Tax Collector, Harbor Master and
"Weigh Masters, be. and they are hereby declared LAEeDTool:S..... D Sork.... Dec. 3.
vacant. Liverpool.........ee" 3)New York .ts...a. De .3.
Resaved, That the Clerk be instructed to give Havre'.I....... e. 2"Newhleons,- .. 4.
notice ol such vacancies, by advertising the same
in; the most conspicuous places in the city. MAIL AKRRANG.EMENTT.
Rewlved, That all applicants for office present NOrToERN .AIr ,'S wE4rERN MArL.
their application on the evening of the 15th in- Due Tuesdays and Fitidays at 6 'cl,,ck1. PM.
itant, naming their securities, according to the Closes Tuesdays anti Saturdays at 10, P. M.
ordinance in such cases made and provided. Sr. o-*;PU. MAL. T.
On motion of Mr. Schifler, the Council then Due Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 Wclock, 1 "M.
-A" ..... -s 1 rlen \Ved nedaiys and ..imlird y'l Iat, A,. [M .


NEW YORK, December 2d, 1844.
To the Consignees of Goods, arriving
at Apalachicola- insw'ed in .A'ew York:
THE underwriters in New York; have suflered
very much by the improper sacrifice of goods
sold at Auction in Apalachicola, on account of
sea damage. The policies require, in case ol'
partial loss by sea damage to Dry Goods, Cutlery
or otheI-r lhirdware, tht the loss shall be ascer-
aine.t by a separation and sale of tHat portion
only of' the contents of the packa.4es which are
dalainzd~l anI not olhpiwige, a,,J that the? sam.--
principle shall be allowed us to all othor mer-
.haanhi..ce, ai fir ias practicable. The Rules also
require that the daimi.-ed part- of' Care) bhe sold
in sniallIlut.tu u.ii tle convenieiice of pdrcha-ers.
Whnte picka-ges dL-jtined for plare3 in the inte-
rior, ha.e fre-iuently been sold at Apaladhicola ti
a lot without the knro.w.vledlge of the ,wner, by the
Cointignee there; alir by that means depriving
the owner of part packages of sound *goodi and
cau. her.-after, the Apilalci.,ula crnsigaves will be
he[,l responsible. m
The multiplichtion of' pritcit-.z is nut. eeded,
an original, or, !t most, ad'lriginal and duplicated
-prruteit lor'vaid.l (to rhe ;Agent rt the vessr't ill
New York is sulfcient fur all the New York un.

. FOR LIVERPOOL--The fast sailing
^ TBritish ship COURTENAY, GeoTurfier
3 master, will meet with despatch. For
Irevtht, apply to W A & .P C KAIN,
JanI 1I 4 Columbus block,..

Light atocks ha ve mrterially diminish,', lthe
mii-inesm of the pst w,'.ok, an.d c,,umpelled those
whose necessities -%ere urgeit ,t, pay js advance
at the close of the \\r,..k. The r porl. of a ritse
in the river, ardtil h expr,-tanur' of adtldnnnal
stocks soon. lingt FU:F, enncd the inquiry, but holders
are very firm ut j'" advaiirenn -die lowest point
since the lai-t new., which leaves our rnarket
abofit c lokiwer on all gr.al.'s than it waq proviou;
to advices per .\"idia Sale:s .aboye G',,,d Mid-
dling are so sp.irce that we aret.-luab'lei) n qliote
them. We quote, Interior. 2a,i 3; Ordinda-y, 34 ai
3j; Middlinz, 3j a 4j; Middlin',- F.air, 4k a -.
The sales ol the pasr weekamiount lo in'23 6 ale),,
viz: 50Mt3; 4 at 3i; 37 a! 31} }14%aa 3k; 97 at39-16;
ll4 a, 31i. 9.,(at 3.; l0 at 3 1,3 2- MaI 3j; 3'36 at
4; 111 at 4 1-16; 162 at .4; 91 ti-**t,;'2'35 ai -j ;
35 at' 4'5-6: W296-at 41; .i) t'4 V. i ati 4k; 25 at
4 9-M; 53 at 4j; 17 at -1;W 15" t 41.; 29 it 51; arad
1 bale nankieen at 74 ,.ti<
Stock on hand 1st Sept............3 -211
Received this week,........... 3.689
t previously, ......... 6,2
Total...... bales ---39,95 49693
Exported this week ........... 937f.5
previously.......... 15,9;14)
Total,..... bales --25,635 19801
Stock on hand not cleared ...... 14,315 29897
To Liverpool,...................... 11-16d pr.,Ib.
SHavre ......... ................. 15-16e
" New York.................. 9-16 a 5 ~c "
" Boston,........................... 5 8o "
No new engagements to Liveip, last. Coastwise firm at c.
(OP- The Cotton Market at Columbus on the
1st inst., ranged from 2 to 4j lcts. The receipts
for the season amounted to 41,516 bales; shipped
18,867, leaving a stock on hand of '2.,; s19 bales,
The Tallahassee Floridian of the 41h irit..
says, since the arrival of the Acadia," buyers
ask a decline of from 3-8 ta 1-2 cent per pound,
but 'that the planters are unwilling to submit,
consequently little or nothing is doing in the
market. The prices range from 3 to 4j cents.

,-w. FOR i.IVERPOOL.-The fine sI"
. ^CHARLES, Hovt, master,'.havfing,-p
i'.1" hercrg,(.- engaged, will havedespatch.
I ur lreislit or i"iasi.age, apply ti .
j.ml 31 Water street.
I:'r-rDRP LIVERPOOL.-=The superior
a British baripie COVENANTER,. Car.
g penr>', mjste'r, having a part pt" her
carvo engaged, will have despatch. Fo4 freight
app ly to J DAY & CO.,
dec-'2s 5-2 Water street.

FO_)II P.rSTON.-The new barque AT.-
,NIAT.A, Blanchard, wants a few bales
,colon tn deck, for.freight of..-Wli, ot
p-,assag, apply lu D 1& WO0D c Osr-. -.:*
jamrl I- I 29 W ittr-F *- *"-.

: FOR BOSTUO.--The barque SWAN;
Prince, roa.,ter, will meet with despatch.
k gFur lrrivit on deck or passage apply td
janll B WOOD & CO., *3 Water st.
V()RFOP BOSTON-The barque JOH1
^^^BROWER, Sutton, Master, will ,tneei
s4& with despatch. For freight on deck, or
passage, apply to D. B. WOOD & Co.
Jan4 29 Water street.
Chapman, master, will meet with des-
p-tch. For freight on deck or passage
apply to D B WOOD & CO ,
dee28 29 Water street.

d,.rwri ter,.


Jackson Marine. hiiq Co.
ZEB COOK, Jr., Prest.
Mutual Safety Ins Co.
JXcH) York Ins Co.
Merchant's MIutual lta Co.
Sun Mutual Ins Co.
Geneal Mutual Ins Co.
of the .atlantic Vultial Ins Co.
of" the [ercantile Mutual Ins Co.
of the alliance Vutual Ins Co.
dec 14 rmerieah Mutual Ins 6o.

.... FOR BOSTON-The fast sailing bark
j^Sf^T!BERIUS, Howes, master, will teet
a%%tii h despatch, For freight on deck or
passage apply to the master or to
dec21 D B WOOD & CO., 29 Water St.

Ship Element, Turner, for Boston-D B Wood
Ship Edwina, West, for New Orleans.
Ship Tallahassee, Iiadley, for Liverpool, by J
Day &,Co.
Barfts Eliza, Talbot, for fTew York, by McKay
&S Hartshorne.
Barque Lion, Alexander, for New York, by
Harper.&; Holmes.
Barque Alabama, Merrimt, for Liverpool, by S
Bam ie Tiberius, Hawes, for Boston, by D B
WVood Co0
Barque Quinnebaug, Fulton, for Boston, by D
B Wood & Co.
Barque, Murillo, Woodskde, for Boston, by D B
Wood & Co. ,
Brig F'rancis, Soitle, for Baltimore, by D B Wood
& Co.
Schr Gen Wim Washington, Collens, for Key
Schr Frederick, Thompson, for Npw Orleans.
Schr Ashland, Bradley, for New Orleans.
"'Sluim Olive and Eliza, Parsons, from Boston, to
SB Wood & C0,
Ship Andr. w Scott, Emery, from Portland.
S* S Ftoridian, Pratt, from Nantz, to Nourse,
.tone & Co.
,. Ship Edwina, West, from Havana, to Master.
Barque Swan, Prince, fm Boston, to D BWood
& C,".
Birqie Juniata, Blanchard, fm Portland, to D
B Wood ,& Co
Baniie l-nbella, Kelly, fm Havana, to Master.
-arinr,, Woarbaskh, Talbot, frn Perisacola.
P rig Mobild-, Mirvetmore, from Neew York.
SBrig Martha Kinsmnan, Denison, fin Fall River.
Schr Exchange, Kellogg, frn Ch--irleeton.
I ,.elir Sbtherner,.Cahoon, fm New Orleans.
Schl Ashland, Bradley',-fm New Orleans.
-..8tearner Siren, Van Veghten, fin Browns Ferry.
.,; Steam..f A'iguuta. Hall, fm Columhus;
qSlea na-r Lowelli Moore, fm nJ'rri',,,i 1
Sredmn.ir Ch.arlesitoii, Freeman fim Columbus.
+St'-ain r Champion, C.i,]w ill. ,,r. fin Col'imbus.
Steamer Columbus, Cren:hij.%, ,I. Columbus.
"CharleI, Hoyt, $87 tons, Liverpool, loa.-Jing-r-
:. : Salter.
Courtenay, (Br) Tarner, 603 tons, for Liverpool,
toadiag.-.W A & P C Kain.
Olive "and Eliza, Parsons, 365 tons, awaiting
freigitl-- B Wood & Co.
Florenc,, Leach. 267 tons, freight or charter--"
Hairper & Holnis.
,-.Anr&ew SoU,.-Emery, 318 tons, awaiting freight,
-, [Master.
"Vloridian, Prut, 400 tons, awaiting freight-
Nourse, Stone & Co.'
~~BAB-QirES '
Isabella, Kelly,315 tons, awaiting freight-Master
,;Warbash,.Tawbot, 295 tons, New Y,,rk. loading-
J C Mtaclav and Nonrs.s', '-lone & Co.
Swan, Pince, 202 tons, for Boston, loadtng-D B
Wood & Co
Juniata, Blnnehard,2M9 tons, fot Boston, loading,
'D B Wood & Co.
Baring Brothors, Crooker, 291 tons, for New York
loading-Chas Rogers, k Co.,'
Zaida, Chapman, 275 tons, for Boston, loading-
D 1 Wood &' Co. "
H 'iram W Tvler, .1 Tyler, SW tons. for Providence
loadinrig-Chas Rogers& Co.
John Brower, Sutton, 810 tons, Boston, loadiu:,-
D B Wood &- Co.
Jane E Williams, Parker,396 tons, for New York,
loading-Nourse. Stone & CoantiJC .'1aclay.
-Galileo, Lombard, 268 ron,, New York, loading
-\V A & P C Kain. ,
Providence, Vincent, 440 toas, awaiting freight-
.' Master. '
Covenantpr, (Br) Carpenter, 612 tons, for Liverpool
loading-J Day &: Co.
Tecumseh, Ripley, --tons, for Havre, loading-
SI M Wright.
z ;-' ;;: ,- BR pIG-S.
Mobile. Livermore, 32tons, awaiting freight-
Martha Kinsman, Dennison, 128 ton., awaiting
Ceres, Sawyer, 29 tons, Boston, loading-D B
"^ "'Ht l('Et;--E t, 22" tons, for Pro% idence, load-
S" .....ii--C Rogere & Co.
Pioneer, Fairfield, 225 tons, Fill liver, loading-
W T Wood.
President, Nickerston, 65 tons, Boston-Master.
Sarah Lavina, Taylor, 71 tons. fin B&ILmore--
'Exchange, Kallog, 96 ton%, Clhrletron--Mvtter
= Southerner, Cahoon, 80 Ions, N Orleans-Master.

Medical Notice.
oc- Having moved to Apalachicola, tenders his
services in the various branches of Medicine.
orj- Office at the Mansion House.
XCHANGE.-Drafts on New York and Pro-
vidence, at sight, in sums to suit purchasers,
for sale by T L MITCHEL,
n6v30 37 Water street.
A DVANCES.-The subscribers continue as
heretofore, to make advances on Cotton con-
signed to the address of their friends in Liver-
pool, New York or Boston.
dec31 4? Water street.
LIBERAL ADVANCEi3 made on cnnskiu-
_Lments of COrTON sTlipped 1o New York,
Boston or Liverpool, by S T SKILLMAN,
nov5 33 Water street.

Commencing st September, 1844--.iid same
time in 1843.
"7 P -T rL, I .| ,~T
v n i r n c R L .j fr -D [ w e ,- k '< i ll \ |-l .' l.
LiVeIp0ou ... ... iJi 4 -2,' .... .' 11 :9
H avre ................ ...... ...... ...... ..... .
O their ports. ....... .. .. ..... ...... ... ......
Total to For. Ports. ...... ...... 7511 1169
New York........... 1660 4509 ...... 12319
Boston ............... 4137 4365 3 .. 8153
Providence ... ...... ...... 1616 ...... 53l
Philadelphia ......... .. -... 446 ....... 552
B,1iinm re .'... ...... 301 21 ... .. 225
Now lOei li3. ........ 4411 29)1 ...... 1-'26)
O tlh er p rlt ........... ...... ........ .. .. 2-i.6
TotIl C uat-'a t, ..- .... ...... 1 124 1--w42
T1.... 1. iitLcs _..... T3 -
SrATETkI ylT',

r-, FOR NEW YORK.-The baiqUia
\IVABASH, Talbot, master, v.,';ll mnet
4 with despatch. For freight or passage;
apply to the masters or to
10 C. MACL'AY; or,.
jantif NOURSE, STONE & CO:
^ E WILL[A.MS, Parker, master, having
most of her cargo engaged, will have im-
mediate despatch. For freight or passage apply
to the -master, or to
ikn4. 46 Water street

on Cotton consigned to our friends in New
York or Boston, by
de-[ I II W\Iter street
P \IN FER% W.\N fED.--A vood- SIGN PAIN-
TER .M l fitj.. steady ei(pl.l- yment find g.-,,d
wag,-, b.y .A.,.hnn t-j J.k- GIBSON,
_dec21 Commerce street.
ARDEN SEEQS.-A large and full assort-
ment of fresh SHAKER'S GANDEN SEED
just received and for sale by J C ALLEN,
janl cor of Centre and Commerce sts.

T. C'lpiM --,:i;,Xjt.ii.,>an't tlhe PROTEC-
T[-ON INSIR.\NCE.O.,--Cap.itl 4 15;,L.1,I
In addition, t, thlIe cpitals of the above named
compa1in'4, thelhi\ae each a large surplus fund
in reserve. P,:.-s.ui doing- business with these
compimesnii, may reis salnried, ,hit they are
fully INSURED to the am,-,unt of their'policies,
and thJr 'is.i' %%ill be paid without vexatious
delays or technical .ebieclion)s.
W- THE subscriber; having: been appointed
Agent for the above named Companiesi is fully
authorized to take rsln.k on the lowest terms.
nlov9- 52 Water street.

An Ordinance.
Tj aiae:id an )idina vat- e'lahiish n.i.. ar,,t r Lgula-
ting a Market, ,V&C.
".-cdion 1. Be it Ordained by the Mfayor and
Counil, of the City of Apalachicola, That it
shall )e the duty of the City Marshal under the
direction of the Market Committee, annually on
Ihe first day ot December to lease at the Market
[!-'),I, fwr cash or approved paper, for a time not
exweedniii, sixty days, the stalls in said Market at
public outcry, public notice having been previous-
ly a;in f,-,r the space of ten days,
Sec 2. Be it further Ordained, That the
twelfth section of said Market Ordinance be,'and
the saei'i-i'hereby repealed.
P;ised by Council, January 8th, 1i45.
D. G. RANEY, Mayor.

S..lOi't f hz the ,:1o1t0 l /" ,'1 ,,,'t x ii, n -.orte, phi -
nage, 4-c., of trois district from 1st Sept. 184.1
to 31st Oct. 1814, inclusive.
1.443-' 1 1 i !2-' l-3 I1 l-'42

^-^ FOR NEW YORK.-The new fast:
sailing coppered and copper. fastened
bark BARING BROTHERS, Crodker;
master, having thie greater part of her cargo en-
gaged and going on board, will tMeet with .des;
patch. For balance of freight Of prtage apply td
New Perfumeryj .....
A SMALL assortment of PERFUMERY d
the best quality, viz: +
Ladie scuated Silk Bags of different kuadsa
Toilet Chinese Musk Soapj
Do Almond Soap;
Do Rose do'
Do Violet do
Do Fancy do k +
Sheaving Creams, an elegant article,
French Ambrosial Cream;
Do Olephane do
Savon Onctueux d'Amondej, &c.,
Eau de Florida and Eau de Cologne;
Very superior Lavender Water. .. .
For, sale by F KOPMAN,.
ja~n4 Chestnut street.
TLST received from Bark Providence':
3 cases of black and white Sporting Hatsil
2 dot blue Wool Sporting do?
1 do Silk Hats;
2-,0 doz assorted Wool and' Seal Capt..
For sale by F. KOPMAN; .
jan I Chestnut street

Amn't of cot-
ton ship'd to
r,.r, is, ports 29,330
'6o. Coast,
wise,....... 92,402
Total,.... 121,782
Value of du-
tiable imp'ts 33,117 50
Do. tree
goods,....... 16,18985
Total,.... 49,307 35
Value oF for-
eign exports 989,965 42
DI). coast-
wise,...... .. 3,111.o19 36
Total,.... 4 i
Ton'.iJe em-
ployed, ... .. 4 ,W,
Number of
men, ....... 2,691
Do.. steam-
"boats,...... 15

subscriber will keep through the season, a
good supply of WEST INDIA and WESTERN
PRODUCE, of the best kind, which he offers to
the-people, at fair prices, at wholesale only.
janl1 30 Water street.
NTOTICE.-All persons interested will take
notice, that I have this day filed, a petition
in the Jackson Superior Court, District of Apa-
lachicola, praying an order for the sale of the
Plantation, lying in the county of Jackson, about
four miles from Marianna, known as the Chees-
borough place," which is held by me as Executor
and Trustee of George Poytherss, deceased for the
use and benefit of Mary Elizabeth Cheesborough.
and Trustee of Geo. Poytherss, deceased.,
per C. C. YONGE, Solicitor.
Marianna, Jan. 1sti 1815. janll 2m

24,072 49

b u, --4) 4


of the City of .Vcv York,
J mes tHarper, Abraham Van Nest,
J,,hn B Lasala, Silas M Crandill,
John J Bovd, William B Coztens,
Edward Rieh:.rdson, Charles L Vosf,
James Phaleu. Joseph B Nones,
John J Ilt rrick, John F Butterworth,
George C( De Ktty., Samuel Sherwood,
Samuel A Lawrenee, Zadock Prair,
Theodore A Meyer, Herman D Gnu(d,
'William P Furnies, Joseph S..Sm'ith, .
John T Gilchrist, Ehas T Aldrich,
Loring Andr.w, Lawrence 1hll,
Cyrus Chenerv, Thomas Monahan,
George \Vhitaker, Withiam H Townsend,
James H Suydam, Amos Noye.,
George Palen, Jbhn Bre-i.-,led,
William Buragovne, Leonard Alipleby.
JOSHPH B NONES. Vice President.
LEWIS BENTON, Secre.trv.
CArr SAM'L C.'ANDLER, Marine Inspector.
WILLIAM WELLS, Fire Sarveyor.
THE subscriber, AGENT for the above Com.
.-.-.pany, is now prepared to receive applications
for Marine, Inland transportation and Fire risks,
and to issue policies on reasonable terms.
3") Water street.
Apalachicola, Nov. Ist, 1 11 nov5 6m

20,698 90 12,778 92
i 44,7714 9 45,593 31

1,282,365 0S 1,363,841 00

lsFOR SALE.-The House situated on
'Commerce street, directly in the rear of
][ .,Lore No:,. 28 Water street, commonly
k,,:,wi as "r(,m Davis' House." It is a very
convenient Hotie having five rooms, a kitchen,
a goo.d yard and a fine well of water on the pre-
mises.-The said house will be sold very reason-
ablie, ind is free from all incumberances.
For fur t her partir,'.',jrs apply to
(locl 1 T11OS. DAVIS, Commerce st.

1 7Q6,131 141
3,lSJ i'1

1,6q2,450 00
3,1146,'-91 (9)

Woodware at Wholesale.
CONSISTING of:-Painted Buckets;
Brass bound do; Cedar Tubs;
Painted Tubs; Churns; Maple Keelers;
Iron and Brass Sieves; Setts of Measuresi
Extra half Bushels; Cheese Safes;
Ladles and butter Stamps; Cedar Piggens;
Bowls and Trays; Nests of Boxes;
Willow Wagons and Cradles; Flour Pails;
Brooms and Cloths Baskets;
Cocoa Diplj'rs ; Newspaper Files, &c.
For. sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
janll 33 Water street.

Per steamer A,.iusta-1- P Butis, tC cargill., F
May, J Wood, J ,hSheNdan, C L Dentian, L F E
Dug:asi, 1Backer. J Milk. M P Mills.
Per steamer Siren-W Dickinsion, T Hinds.
Per steamer Lowell"Mai B lIlIl, J P Hill, L L
Cato, John J Sitell, \V J McAlli?ter, Robinson,
Jas, Herald.
Per steamer Champion-Miss J Pace, Miss'U
Pace, Messrs Vanderhoof, Owens, Turner, Thos
Per -srp.amrr Ch.irle-tn-m-Mrs J D Buebee, child
and ser,'t, Mrs A McKenzie, children and serv'ts,
MIiis We\lborn, Messrs J L; Bugbee, A McKenzie,
D IJ Day, Kinsey, Jas H 'liorter, A.lcAllister, NV
McAlliiter, Mayner, Mullen, Ljke.
Per steamer Coljn.bts-M],i tnoware, Messrs
Nourae, Moses3 tanf'.rd, llugtles, Batitl?,Merrill.
.Per steamer Ch.irleiton--35 hales coton to W
IT Kimbrough .\: C"-o; W.1 N truger; 99 %Vyhe &"
.McKerizie; 477 .Mcl,..ty I lrlshorne; 20 Lockhart
&.Young; 12 Ftrnor & (_.'o; 37 W .lGm Potter &
C'n; 7 Perry &" D,,:kijson; 8.hx.fIbd3i0.bco .Inn H
J,:,ne:. '- :'::"L-"'" 'L.:'-x
Por steamer Lowell--12 baleis"'Wttbtn ti Sanford
& Bill; 392 Lockhart .V Youag; 23 Harper &
Holmes; 21 John J Snell; 143 McKay & HIarta-
horne; 64 Wyh- &. MeKr-nzie. -
Per steamp'r irFe--2* bale colton to T H V" C
HAustin; 20 N Baker; 14 M,-:Kav -k Hartshorne.
Per steamer Champion-1l80 bales coeiton to D B
Wood &:KCo; I11 Lockhart V: Young; IM J.1 C
Maclay, ?2 J Day & Co; 30 W A & P i Kain: 23
Harper &: Holmes; 13 Chesier & McGrilff II Per-
ry Sc Diekinsn lu McKav ,&" Hartshorne; 6 2San-
ford & Butt; 5 Wylie & M'Kenzie.
Per steamer Siren-43 bales cotton to Perry -'
Diciu.son; W3 Loekhart & Young; 83 McKay &
Harttfowne; 2 bis tobacco-'T Prestoa.
Per steamer Augu-uia-21,v :bales cotton to D B
Wood Co: 2--1l3 ( ,ogor-i & GCo; 58 Lockhart &,
Youne; 47 ill,t Dawson A Co; -11 J Day & Co;
19 T Preston; 73 Harper Holmes; 5 Satnford L
'Butt; 23 Howard & Ruthfordj 16 Mcl;ay f6 Harts-
horne; 43 order. .
Per steamer Columbus-367 baleas cotton to W
H Kinbrou-h Z Co; 264- Lrkh Irt Lk Y,-u r; 2ig 7
J C NMacliy; 72 Mlcl~ay & 1-arishorne; 22 U lie
S& McKenzie.

< FOR RENT.-Two pleasant front Of&-
.'ces in Store No. 22 Water street.
Apply to J DAY & CO.,
deI 3152 Water street.
Franklin Superior Conrt.
Slewurt & Mitchel, complt., )
John R D,,rsey, deft.
BY virtue of the power and authority ve-ted
in me by the Hon'ble Samuel W. Car-
inacK, Judge of Franklin Superior Court, I
shall on Wednesday the 1th day of February
next, at 12 M., in front or the premises, ex-
pose 'to sle to the highest bid-ter, tor cash, the
property desci bet, la be, rullowin2 il,, .dretil or-
der, viz; It is therefore adjudged, ordered
aji~dlteed that the premises described in Ihe
billof-oimplaint and mortgage, as the und vi.
de'd-and fifthtoMerest of the certain lot ofg-rind,
sxttiate' lying and being in the city of Apa-
laehl'Wota, known on the map of said city as
blocleNo.t-wo (2) bounded by Market, Cen-
tre, High and Chesnut streets; fronting on said
MaYl[t Atreet three hundred feet and run:
ning back (the samte width) to High street; two
hundred feet of it b.-eing the same lot or block
of ground whereon the Manmion House Hotel
is now situated in said city, and one tifih un-
divided of all the hereditaments and appurte-
nances to the saine of right, appertaining or
therewLthal and p,:,-ses.ed held ur enjoyed, ta-
ken and known (o b,: part thereur, and one un-
divided fifth of all the estate, right, title, in-
Lerest, property and possession, claim and de-
mand whatever of him, the .,;aid Dorsey. of
in and to the -.ame, be sold at public auction on
the premises in front ol said Hotel by uni un-
der thedirecton of ihe Clerk of this Court as
Master in Chancery, after giving thirty days
notice in one ofihe ptiblic new-papers )t" this
city, and. that said Clerk-as MasieF execute a
(ieed 1o the purchaser thereof
Clerk and Master in Chancery.
Apalachico la, Jan. 10, 1845. janll lin
|13-BBLS N-irthern Mess Pork;
10 10 do Prime do;
V)1 hf bbls. No. I and 10 do No. *2 Mackerel;
15 kits No. I do., for sale by

BUTTER.-10 kegs superior Butler, put ip'
expressly for family use, for tale low By
jan4 4"G Wateir stre et.
C OFFEE--1-5I sackf Rio; 25 sacks JaVa.
For sale by
deea21 47 Water tMeet.
NK.--For marking Cotton, for sale by.
decPS cor of Centre and Commerce's
"HAIMS.--2 bbis Sugar Cured Hams. .
For sale by E B \VHITMARSHM
dec 14 291 Water hi'fet.
ARDWFARE.-10 tons Hollow Ware;
H 10 doz Spades and Shovels;
5 casks Hoes; fO Anvils and Vices;
20 pair Blacksmith's Bellows;
10 cases Cotton and Woolen Cards.
For sale by WM G PORTER & CO.,
dec 1. 41 Water sttiet.

OILS OILS! !-Linseed Oil, boiled and raw;
Sperm Oil; Neat's foot, do;
Rectified Whale Oil.
Just received and for s,,le by
i',nl I enr Centre and

S HOES & HATS.--20 $"pf...wand Mens
Russett Brogans; .. y .
20 d,., Boys and Menq Kip. :" -
do Gentlemen's fine Cat*- 5.
10 do Ladies and Mon's Shoes,'a -ted qualities;
4u do Men's Wool Hats; --..=
30) do Fur Hats, a.sorted qualities.
For sate at Wfolesale and Retail, bv
dec 14 .41 Water street.
5 BBLS Champagne Cider, nnw landing antl
10flor sale by NOURSEP STONE & CO.
)an 1 46. Water street.

C OFFEE.--I, M-j bags Rio Coffeel
12.3 du Havana do,)
Sugar--I hhds New Orleans *B B
4 boxs White Havan-wsB
Molasses-40 bbLs N 0'Mol E
Havana Sweetmeats and Segaja 3
W hikey, Flour, Lard, &c., ,-.
)For sale by C L LeBARON,
janll- 31 Water .-treet.

2 A BBLI V Whiskey,
0 50 ibbls Flour,
5. half di. Northern dn. for sile by
janll 1\- Waler-street.
1*V- For sale by AVERY S. JONES,
jan 24 WValer-street.
M ACKEREL--In-Barre s,
mI Half d,. a id kitts,
For dale by AVERY & JONES,
jantl 1 V Watfer-street.

BOSTON-Per ship Oliver and Eliza-50 bales
hay, to 1) B Wood V -Co.
PORTLAND-Per barque Juniata-200 bales
bay, 200 bbls potatoes, to D B WoWo&- Co.
: :;, ,* EXPORTS.
LIVER POOL-Per ship Tfllahass-e-1755 b'ls
c o tt o n "I'
Per barque Alabama-1333 bales cotton.
BOSTON-Per ship Element--1I342 h'ls cotton.
Per barque Tiberius-1024 bales cotton.
Per barque Qunnebaug-905 bales cotton.
Per barque Mlirdlo-901 bales cotton
_NEW YORK-Per barque Lion-1030 bales
Per barque Eliza-60b hales cotton.
BALTIMORE-Per bing Frances-360 bales
NEW ORLEANS-Per ship Edwin-194 bale.
Per chr Frederick-117 bales cotton.
Per schr Ashland-129 bale, co-tton.
E XCHANGE.-Checks at sight on New York,
for sale by ;, I M WRIGHT,
decll No. 3 Columbus Block.

P .INTS, OILS, GLASS, &c:. &=c.-
2 f.i'.. aallk Winter Oil; 3 [bis fresh do.
5 bbls Linseed Oil; 3 do Boiled Oil;
2 do Tarner's do; ,-:,0lbs Putty;
Q do Spirits Turpentine ;
151) kegs White Lead, -tO do Black do;
*201,01bs Verdligrise ,noit ;
!,.,)lbg Chrome Green;
6 doz assorted Paint Brushes
1 bbl Co>pal Varnmsh-
100 bbix9 Glass, all size, for sale by
.,-4. B S HAIVLEY,
de,.I1, cr,.r o4,t-estnut and Commerce sts.
50 kesgs No. 1, and etira \V'hlte Lead;
1-2 do Black ; 3,)'lilbi Yell,,w O&-hre;
1'2 cans Imperial Green anid Verdigri&;
Painrt Brushogs, assnrted 3izes-,
'2 cks bleached Sperm OilI;
5 bbls Linseed Oil. For sale hv
dc414 40 Water street.

Potatoes, fori sale by
'24 Wlater-street.

A DVANCES.-The undersigned will make
M liberal advances on Cotton consigned to his
friend Messmr. Ti-dale & Bomrten. New York.
nr, vq ;13 -3 ,jt r sire,,, .
A DVANCES.-The sbi bers are prepared
to make liberal advances on Cotton con-
signed to their friend at Liiverwo,.1, Havre, New
York or BuAton. D 1) \'3 GOD & CO.,.'.
nov5 1 -29 \\rater street.

Gin, Rurn, and Americin Prandy,
For Wale by AVERY & JONES,
janll 21\V Water-street.
O' n n-^HAMPERS French Potatoes, an ex-
200J c.ellert article for the table, or for
planting, just received and for sale by
janll -4,1 Water.st.

Fall and Winter Arrangeitentt
THE U. S. Mail steamer SIRENj
j will leave Apalachicola, every
Sfi US night at 102 o'clock:
Leaves Brown's Ferry every WEDNESDAY
and SUNDAY evenirngs at 8 o'clock, and Chat.
tahoochee MONDAYS and THURSAYS at 12
o'clock, M.
o14 Contractoi-i.

^-a FOR BOSTON-The brig CfiESE$
,daw-yr, mater, t'an lake a fe," bales of
cotton on deck, for freight of which, o&"
passage, apply to D B WOOD W & o.& ,
dec28 29 Water" sircet..
finr "I'BERINiA, Elliot, having
A& nearly tbe whole of her freight engaged.
For freight or passage, apply to
jan1l CHASE ROGERS & C&.
,- FOR PROVIDENCE.-The barqui.
^ PROVI'DENCE, having the most or <
B cargo engaged, %ill have immediate dA-
spatch. For freight apply td ....

..PT. FOR PHOVIDLNCt.-The fine new
) coppered and copper fastened barque
i HIRAM W. TYLER, Jbhnl Tyler; bii;
ter, will meet With de patch. For freight or pas
sage, apply td HAS ROGERS & C'&
'Jan4 Water street.

FOR RENT.-Store No. 10 Columbus
Block, apply to B F NOURSE,
jan i 46 Water street.


Wholesale anrt Retail! I
T ,'.l'i':sNI;\-N &. CO. ofler for sale, at their
j* old stand, the nrst extensive and general
anssortment of Goods they have ever beforehad in
thl6 market. They respectfully invite their
friends, country nrerchants, and the public gen-
erally, to give their stock an examination before
purch.ain-i elsewhere. .This stock consists in
part of, viz:
Super black French Cloths,
Medium,; black, blue and invisible green do,
Saplr Ila. Frreichm and English Casimeresa,
Do far-'- and Dieskin do,
8-t and 6.4 'Twiced and Beaver Cloths,
'.1 i, r .- "1 itin and Plmid Velvet Vesting.,
Rich C i I'i. J,- C':. .se and Mouslin de Laines,
R .h I;I; ii I and li.,'ireJ Si\ia, black Lustring and
1n1l, k rii ,''i Alpaca, Merino and Balzarines,
(CIh in1 n id rich Cashmere de Coase Prints,
Fine .i'arlson ii'm Manchester Ginghams,
.Trlc'<.' -. -t. si, Plaid, Lace and Book Muslins,
C inin,! ri-'.l nett, fiq'l cap, and other do,
Thr .d i. It. Thread Edging, Bobbins do, Tapes,
Liqle i..-' mnd Edg.iran, black Silk and Cotton
Lace, &cc. &c.
Scotch and itnssia Diapers, Crash and Hhuckaback
N i,,,..asi, Table and Toil't Covers,
Also--.A largn; assortment of Domestic Goods, 3.4
to 5.4 I'.r'- ,ii Il:):nesp>:in s.
B31" lc:l 'i 1 .-r lii; and 5-4 to 12-4 sheeting, Osna-
h Ir" ..
Twill'ckl I. iryri, Sati nett-, Ken-
j *. .. r'.K-, .e -, Li,.--Y.s, 9-4 to 12-4 W hitney
"- ..-'2 Ib if e pi-, ... .
049.ti 12-I' r.i,.'le I 1s.aclhilcits Quilts, IMosquito
Alm-..- \, :-.... ,1, ..1 ,:f Ihats and Cans,
A-'~ i, I1. I.',' 11.ll _', '-' I-iimerc, Russia, tRabbit and
1I m I.lll ".
( 1 i 1 i,' ," I (" "p1.:, Boys and Children's fancy
Also-An assortnmenIt of Boots and Shoes, coarse
IOi": in *,. ens' lined and bound do,
c(,.'ll! -,ii1 CaGlf sew'd and other Boots,
I., I,, li.-: Kid Slips, Walking Shoes, Gaiters,
Bnukins, 5cc. S&c.
Together wvitl4> ,-r' -i % variety of Fancy Articles,
si' -lh as Ladies' I' i.i.- \Work Baskets and Boxes,
Hair Il.,iit', fancy Soaps, extra German Cologne,
a(-l .Il -ilver Pencils, Tortoise Shell, Tucking
nn I -' I I in!,', llidding, Buffalo and other do,
1. i i i:- -I.- Purses, Hair Pins, Artificial Flowers,
Bonnet Capq, 2ce. &ce., with a great many other
articles nsnially kept in a. dry goods establishment,
all of which will be sold upon the most pleasing
terms for cash or city acceptance.
Apalachic6la, Nov. 16, 1344.

T HE subscribers have received by late arri.
vals from New York and Boston, in addi-
tion to their former stock a large and general
assortment of Dry Goods consisting in part of
Negro Kersevs and Linseys ;
8-4 and 9-4 Duffil Blankets;
10.4, 11.4 and 12.4 Whitney do;
Super Cloths and Cassimores;
Kentucky Jeans and Kerseymeres;
White and Red Flannels;
Bloacahel Shirtinarrs and Sheetings;
Brown Shlirlln-T3 and Sheetings;
Linen and Cotton Osnaburgi; .
Apron and Furniture Checks;
'Denims and Kremlins;
3.4, 7.8 and 4-4 Tickings and Stripes;
Enzlihli, French and American Prints ;
Cashmere d'Ecose ; Mousseline do Laine;
Merinos and Bombazines; 0
Super Black and figured Silks;
Super Balzarincs and Earlston Ginghams ;
Super Woolen Shawls and Fancy Hdkfs;
Silk and Cotton Hdkfs;
Super Irish Linen Shirting ;
Diaper, Dowl.s and Table Linen;
Plain and figur'd Swiss Muslin ;
Carnilric, Jackonet and Checked Muslin;
Laili;','.I[l)s: and gents Half Hose;
7 S.\ in"_ Sil'; and Siaol Cotton ;
.T. Tlir.:aJ, Tiapc, Pins and Needles.
\1'l.!c!i they offer at wholesale or retail on fa-
vorable terms.

Wholesale and Retail.
W KM S, DAIMEREL 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;
JB'iclicvhcal Meal in 8itas and quarters;
Mla.':kr,.l in bbls, halves and quarters;
Newark Cider and Vinegar;
Ccm-i rs and Tobacco of variousqualities;
Snull'in b.lttl's and bladders ;
PipflPowls; Sperm Candles and Oil;
S'o, p; Cognac Brandy; Holland Gin;
Syrup and French Cordials anti Wines;
Brai'dy ; Gin; Rum ; Domestics;
Cheese; Butter; Preserves; Pickles;
;Spices, East India Bagging;
vanilla and Kentucky Bale Rope;
Manilla and Kcntucy winen;
Kintuckv Packing Yarn; Nails;
Spikels; Bar Iron and $'ecl;
Sanothine Irons and 'Fire Dogs;
Wagrcon Boxes; Trace Chains;
Colbn lines i Cullins' Axes;
Table pnd Pocket Cuttltry;
Guns and Pistols; Steel Pens;
Powder; Shot; Percusion Caps;
A- Ftln s;! Looking Glasses; Coffee Mills;
Globe and other Lampb;
Shinglina Hatchels;
B,')-is, Shoes, Brogans in great variety;
C'r,'ckcrv and Glass Ware, &c., &c.
Hardware, Tinware, &c.
1) 1OF3R S, ALLEN, & CO., Commerce st.,
LLbetween Chesnutand Cherry sta., are receive.
in a-:l.] hive ia St,.re, Goods in part as follows:
-LA.R D .VAR r-C. ri'nter's, Walkers Improved
an-1 S 3 Ilim Loki, assorteiid :izes:
'tiick L.i'k 'ill 7azes!
1 D1-1k, Trnnk, Clist and Till Locks;
". >.i. .-'.i salnd Nortfclk Larche's : -,rews:
,'.: --..A4Hand Sti II Ihln0es: Blind Trimminis- "
'Shiu li'r and .li-ir Bolls: Tacks and Brads:
[Fl.cd h round. and Rimr, all aizes: Mill Saw do:
C.irpenier's. and lPilarksmlih's Tools:
Anwrac-dn ,ind Er liill X out and MIll Saws:
W ro't an.d 'i't Nall. ilal l Spikes:
Ill.-ri-e N .i Tdhle C(utllerv:
Pen and Jack Knives: Cool's and Blltcher's do:
'T, an i Iin.m U'elI': Castors: Candlesticks :
Britini I Tea in.J Cffee Pots: Spoons:
lill,--: I-iniu?: Spjltoonn., &cc:
Tl \'i ARE-PI iunaril J panned a general as-
3o0r11 11 it, w!%,-1l. tP e and retail:
CA.'TIN:I;S-Ilollow Ware:
'*Cook a.I PdrloTir Stoves:
S,4 ir K-ty?.l. ai't Mills:
Cn,,liron Kitilees 30 to 150 gallons:
Plolazh P..inms: Sati Irons, .c.
IROlN .AND STI;EL- German, English, Blis-
ter anl Cast S'id: .
S-4inre, ro'aid and flat English, American, and
Swedish Iir..a:
Shep.'r ahld Boiiler Iron:
SIlP CIIANDILERY-Manilla Cordage 2 to
6 inch :
T irred ropp, R ussia Fnd American:
K:-niili'kv and Russia Packing Yarn:
Ri :in" ant.I Pumnp leather: Hand Spikes:
Anc' or : Ilooks mn Thimbles:
Cnn annl Cotton Hnoks: Shives:
BR;h'dl an.l ceuiniuon Blocks: Pump Boxes:
Bro.,omn: Bluckets: PiLch: Tarand Oakum:
Ro il : Paliitas: Oils, &ce.
We continue the manufactory of Tin, bron, and
Cnpper. Rjrinaz d,.ne in Tin orCopper-black-
amithin-i a13 I.u,.jal ll on moderate terms for cash.
Apala.rhiola, Nov. 22, 1844.
S \LT.-- 3-ii, sicks in Store, for sale by
S L o.:_ L I.n.\R')N, 3".) Wat Cr 0.

Wholesale and Retail.
B ELLISON & CO:', No. 33 Water street,
offer for sale, a fresh itick of well selected
GOODS, suitable: t'ir this Market; among which
are the following:
Groceries of ill descriptions; .j
Brown and Blcaclhed Doaiesalcs;
Latest styles of Printed Calicoes;
Scarlet and White Flannels ;
Canton Flannels: ;6.--Sheeting ;
Mouslin do LaiiaCs; Irish Linen-;
Swiss M'ahlin and CamlRic C'hecks;
Gimp Edingff, amssoirl'd colors; Gloves;
Merino Underslhlrta and Drawers i
Hosiery; Whltte and itrwied Shirts;
French Dinlny ; Lace Mislrns ;
Englisli alid French Ginghams ;
Damask Tatile Clotllhs and Napkins;
Scotch and RKusia Diaper ;
Superior Ticks ;.Cloths and Cassimeres;
Fancy VcstingsfSoaps and Perfumery;
Shell. Horn and ivory Combs;
Fine Silk and Nutria Hals;
Silk, Velvet and Cl6thll Caps;
Hair. Seal and Sealtt Caps ;
Kip Brogans; Russet do;
Bov's s'wed andj.egcd Brogans;
Ladies' fine KCd,4ifd Cair Shoes ;
(;cI.'sa fie,nand coarse Boots;
A full assor'l,.otablc and pocket .Cutlery;
Feather FIay' .'.. Green Blinds;
Hrmparid. ~In Twine ; .--e
Looking Glai n BSorlted ;
YWood \Vare'bfIt descriptions;
Crockery and:Glass W are;
Transparent Window Shades;
Saddles, Bridles and Saddle Bags;
Tin Ware of all descriptions.
Together %wtth the above, and a variety of oth-
er articles too numerous to mention. Merchants
and plaalori from the colintry are invited to call
and eanmiane, before' purcl-laaingela-ewhere. nov23

New and Fashionable Goods,
TrHE 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 marketprices and on the most reason-
able terms-among which will be fond the follow-
Calicos, of all descriptions,
Crape de Laine?,
Cashmere de Ecosse,
Hosiery, of all descriptions,
Silk Slawls and Handkerchiefs,
Flannels Apron Checks,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings,
Umbrellas and Shades,'
Mitts, Gloves, Ctfl', &e. &c.
Over, Dress and Frock C(.:,aA,
Cassimere and Satineit. Pants,
Silk and Fancy Vesis,
Flannel, Muslin and flickory Shirts,
Negro Pants, Jackets, &c. &c.
Cal', Seal and Water Proof Boots,
Call, Kip and Russett Brograns,
Ladies' fine, col'd and black Kid Slippers,
Walking Shoes,
col'd and bl'k Gaiter Boots,
Variety of Mimses and Childrens' Shoes and
Fine Molesklin and For hlals,
Hunting IHat, -
Caps of all des'-rlptions;--
Superior Black ('laoh,
Cassimeres and Tweed&,
Black Satin Vestings,
Fine Cutlery, Toys and Perfumery.
Together with a variety of other Goods too nu-.
merons to mention, all of which he will sell as
low as any tuher et ibhlishnient -in hias city. He
respecrLfilfy inhlea's you r.CIll aRnd examine for
yonurelv.-s, and he ias satisfied that lie can offer
sucil indilJ eiv.ledus thit will insure lini a share of
your pum1roultage.

Ol:1 sria:d,,.Balizell's Buildings. ;
Apalichliol N v. .-.l. ____.
Shilp Chanidlery, &c.
W A. %\\OOD, 23 Water street, offers for
S fale
Cordage, Blocks, Oars, Oakum,
RigginZ Leather, Pump do., Hooks,
Thimblus. Handspikes, Chpstain 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 Brunh'-s, Mops,
Hickory, Luch and Corn Brooms,
Signal and Horn I,anterns. Scrapers,
Caulking Ironq, Making Irons,
Axchannell'6 Fibh Lines, Parslino,
Nails cut, Scupper do., Copper do.,
Pump Tacks, Screws, Tar, Pitch,
Turpentine, Oils, Augers, Gimblets,
Hooks and Staples, Files, Gridirons,
Caulking Mallets, Chalk, Tormenters,
Coffee and Pepper Mills, Cork Screws,
Dust and Shoe Brushes, Coffee Pots, a
Bellows, Tabl. and Tea Spoons,
Knives and Forks, Carving do.,
Dishes, Mugs, llasirs. Lamp Feeders,
Candles, Tea Canisters, Dust Pans,
Russia, English and American Duck,
Raven's do. Axes, Compasses,
Sewing, Seine and Sail T'rine,
Marline, Sheaths aud Belts,
Sail, BIaggaln and Sowing Needles,
White Lead, Red Lead, Black Paint,
Yellow Ochre, Verdigris. Putty,
Paint and Tar Brushes, Varnish,
Dividers, Pen Knives, Log Books,
Log Slates and Pencils, Hand Lines,
Paper and Quils, Ink, Tin Ware,
Deep Sea Lines, Iland Loads, Crockery,
Deep Sca Loads, Yeast Powders,
Jack Screws, Spunyarn,
Packing Yarn,- nov30

Stationery, Cutlery, &c.
A GENERAL assortment of Blank Books,
Stationery, Cul-ery, Perfimary, Fancy
Goodmi, &c., &c., among which are the following:
Writing,- Letter and Account Paper;
Envelope-. Notv and \Vrapping Paper;
easht_- nd Day Booksij
Qnilli.Pt and Ink Stands;
lilla Lading and Manifests;
Memorastdmui Books; Almanacs;
Wafers S'aling; yax ; Ink Powder
Spelling Books ; DTtionaries ;
Geographies i od Atlasses;
Prayer Boo1:atnd Bibles ;
Annuals for tfi ; Pocket Knives;
Watts' and Methodist Hymns;
Playing Cards all qualities;
Gold and 'Silver Pencil Cases;
Ivory and Shell Combs;
Blaclcng'and Brushes;
Lead Pencils and Pencil Points ;
Fish Hooks and Lines;
Razors and Straps ; Shaving Brushes;
Hair, Cloth and Teeth Brushes;
Steel Pens ; Colognes;
Soaps and Hair 'ilJi;
Lamp Glasses alnd-Wicks;
Pocket Books and Wallets;
Port Folios; Backgammon Boards;
Silver and Steel Spectacles;
Silk and Cotton Pirses;
Music Boxes, &c.1&Ac.
For sale at reduced- prices by
dec7 B. S. HAWLEY.

20') bhag Rio Coffee;
25 do Old Gov't Java do.
For sale by
,jer2.1 40 Water street.

__ 1 1 1 "1 ... .,I II .. I -- NO

f(j- TER IS-- C'ash on De!iijer.:- .
'Fa// and li'intlfr Fashions just rerf ve'/.
FTHE simbsoriber ru.-,'tualiy
J i t' ini.,i is ihe Ciizt 'ns nf .\ ,al-iclii-
cola, and its vicirlity, th i heh hi9
removed his TAlAI._fl'l I:-;-
I.\BlI.SHMIENT 'r to e new
lamhl, lag gof" Capt. Sinimon., corner
of Centre and: (.'orrmnilc: str.-:r.
and is now prepared, on rt-a ,l,-
? able terms.---io execute e :ail orders
in his line if biiarniess, in tari latet
and most fashionable sl'yle., indl vwarr.ritcdl t.. tit.
N. B.-Boys Garments nf:irtlclarly iiteiifriel tdo.
JAS. C. I.'OL_-i:.\
A.\p-ila, ii.-la, Oct. 1-_t, 1 -,44. or7 nI
Staple and Fancy Dry G0ooI-s!
T HE subsci'hr r r;'?eifill\ ilvea ,,.t .:-:, that
he has IEMI)\'Eli) hli sto'ci-k cl' Goods to.
the new build inr,i, c.,rner ol' Cenrt<,i n' '.'.iinm.'r-
ce streets, (known as Capt. Simmon's IIIillatmgI.I
where he offers for sale at reduce pri: t- a lr..re
and general assortment of fresh ST'AFLE aind
FANCY GOODS, direct from New Y.'-k, e.in-
sisting in part of:-
Black and colored Silks,
Allapaca, Alapeene and Shalla,
Casmerett and Muslin de Lane,
Calicos of new patterns,
Muslin, Linen, 1i1 qr ,r,- "h.a'. lq,
Fringe Laces, Gimps PFrin,', tCorsrtL, -
Parasols, Ribbons, Cold--, Beds,
Silk and Cotton Hose,
And a variety of othe-r fancy articles
Also-Cloths, Cassimmrre.', Flannels, IDomesilcs,
Hats, Caps, Toys, e'c., &-c.
To which additional srupilplies will necartionally
received during the business season, all of which
will be sold at a small advance, ;l'r c.ash.
nov9tf N. SEY\MOnrR.

Cabinet Eurniture, &c.
P HOBERT, No. 42 Water street-Up stair-;
having just receiveLan ass-rtrnmnt of Fur-
niture, consisting of:
Sofas, Sideboards and Beaureaus;
Tahles, Secretar)'s and Bookca,;es;
Wardrobes, Washstandi and Bedsteads;
Dressaing, Pier and Centre, folding and
Card Tablks;
Curl'd Maple fancy and Windsor Chairs;
Malrogany sprinr, seat Roeking ChiAj..-
Curl'ui maple do, with cane-'bac.ioseat;
Boston and Faricy Rockitg 'Chairas.: ..-.
Also. a large assortment of splendid Mihoganyi
and Gilt frame LOOKlNC, GLAS E SE all oL
which he offers for sale very low, for' Ciat.
Apalachiccla, Nov. l3u, 14-4.

COFFEE.--20) bags Havana Cr.rtLe, for sale by
c NURSE, STONE &. 0e.,
janr4 4ii Water street.

STONEWARE.-3 cratr-s asorted Stoniie Ware,
tbr sale by NOURSE, STONE & CO.,
jan4 4,i Water street.
F OR SALE-To close a consignment, a prime
article of old Peach Brandy and Mononnga-
helh Whiskey, by NOLTURE, STONE &, CO.,
janl 111 Water street.
JUST received--lRiM) prs Men's Kip Brogans;
1:1rili prs Russelt Brogans, for Negroes;
51)0 do Heavy Kip, (unbound) for do.
For sale by F KOPMAN,
decl4 Chestnut street, near Water.
AISINS in boxes and hi' bos Ifor sale by
dec21I 21 Water street.
and colors, tbr sale by J C ALLEN, ii
decl 4 cor of Oommerce and Centre sts.
B VICES, for sale by B ELLISON & CO.,
dec2- 33 Waler-strect.

Newr YiVk, .VE', Orlins Iand .Miscellaeous
A LI V E I T 1 T E NM L \ 3. -

To supply the City, Sout'uria a aid Infterior:ad(
liy thr Piece or Paic.;ae.
No. 44 Ceflar .streei. near William.
L Ei. & BRI-E\'STER give notice to
bealei iin DRY 11 OOiiS, riat theat he;i. re-
mov:cd their WAREI-IOUSE I;'r PRINTED
No. 44k C'ldir trrei. By .iilinirig thfir attentiJn
t,, PRI NTS ONLY, MNle'.- E. & II..., >re en:,bled
to exhibit anll ,. iirinetnl far .uppasjsing any v.er
hef,,re offered in A.merica; and ti) eli at tprr-eeA 34
il.nw, aid tnera!l Iq lower, tlihan thlsi.e whoseat-
lenlion I;il id e1 .hi 1iii.1 a Iar'e varielf ofartcltes.
Tie it,-',k ci.ii-it5 eI se. *rr., tlI.iumi Ualliaitermn
and coli. ermbriirin i.-\er v.aiitlv (i tAMF.R-
1CAN .-\ND Fi)RIEEICN PRINTS in m:;irk-t;
manyt2 h ft,/" t?.,eal' l ae gat iup e.r.l-hmsively for
thrir niri'i ,thi' anl I corini be &M&Iiiived...ese-
w.tiere, 'fript in scin round Iha,,l.e.
Dl)ci.eru in Prinlt will find it to their interest
to call and examine think sto.l-, hbet:.re making
purchases else'whu.hre, f'-r hv s?. doinii tlme.vwill
have tlie ai.h ainlt&..-, I learnir,; the l.,west market
price, an ,- rilnpa ann .ll the mrrst.. l.derasti"alid
fa.shionahl- lvyles in marnl e-, sidle by. -idd.- -
(I- Catl.gfies of'..PriCe.s, cc_.riecteL"'wi. a er%
variation uf tlie m.irlet, are-placud in 'the-t& nd,'
of buyers.-: oc-
B LH I S'-I I"RtE'I-- i1-.A'N GIE'B1-. TSM s -.
Tlios. Ili. Doyle d Co. -
No. 2 & I Il,.lord tre-:et, corner ,o'f Front Lever,
and. Jr N)o 1 N.-I.-lio.z sItreet,

ERS in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Taurpenrine and
Window Glass, &c. Will keep c..n hand, a good assortment, of the above as follows:
WHITE LEAD-Pure Extra, Nis. I and 2 ;
White and Red Lead, dry; Veri,.'ioil Red;
Yellow and Oxford Ocree; Ivory Black;
Chrome Green and Saxon do;
Spanish and French Brown; Blue Black;
Grzen and Blue Verditter;
Chrome Yellow and Orange do;
FINE COLORS :-Ultamarine antl Cobalt;
Yellow Lake and Crimson do;
Drop do. and Antwerp Blue; Indian ReJ;
Chinese Vermillion; English do;
Vandyke Brown; Turkery Umbre;- '
Terra de Seinna; Purple Brown; York do;
Crocus Martis; Mineral Green;
Emerald and Paris Green, &c., &c.
OILS & BRUSHES-Linseed Oil; Do. b,.illed;
Spirit Turpentine; Sperm Oil;
Paint Brushes from No. 1 to 6,000,000;
Varnish do. of all sizes;
Sash Tools from No. I to 8; Paa.-.er lfair;
Artists' Sable Filchers, flat and round-; *'
Brussels do; Blinders of all sizes;
Sable & Camel Hair Pencils, It and 1 in long
Stock and Kalsomine Brushes;
Marking Brushes, round and flat;
Scrubing and Shoe brushes; -
Skeakers, Mahogany, Stained and Patent'do;
Whitewash and Mop do; -
Clothes and Hair do; Grate aind IH.-or 1,,';
Dusting, Fancy and Shaving br.tushes;
Fancy Feater Dusters;
VARNISHES:-Copal, white; Coach do;
Cabinet Polishing and Furaliture do;
Mastic, for Pictures, &c.
WINDOW GLASS-2,3"i"i b.liv assorted ;zti of
French, English and American.
8t Mixed Paints of all colors, lir Stean Rn.r-t,
Shipping and Plantation ,lI:; t,-e-tlicr with a
vari-ty i.of articlc-i in the Painting ;ine, t.-o n.tni-
er-lul 1l nmientiin. i'.. V

LIST OF LETTER.S remaining in the Post
)ftlice, Ap.lachlicola, January 1st, 1845.
Anwi-ll, Z T M.-ncham H
A-ve-rv, T D ) MeItcjlf '
.Ai'lien, VWum l Martwi,:k E-
And-r-rona. McBride A D
Benrilelui J A MecGreevy P -2
Brown Mrs Jane McGill A
Brown Mr Merrill R
B'.rri,',v i r CaptJ Mescre James
Brown A Meal & Crawford 3
Brundaoe W H: Noblock C
Br-2,h Sa..a Oakes Thos 2
RB. ntii.lerJ Oliver Capt J
Buige,- T J OrrH S
Bills C S Parker W J
nirrntba J A Park Wm C
Brown Ia-in 2 Patrick Wm. 2
Blanton isaac Perkins John
Connell.John 2j Power C J
Clark Wm Rychelev J- 2
Casgrove N Randall R S
Catlin R Rolly H W
Cahoon Capt Jj Rogers A
Carter F Ropes B/G 2
Cooper Edmund Ropes Ripley
Chur,-hill CaptH 2 StarrJ B 2'
Coon M T Scranton E S 3
C.-,.:ik Wm H 2 Smith Henry
Du Pont Gen'l C H Sloaxn John
Davis S R Smith J D
Dill & Co"S+ Sklipper CM
Emerson G T Simmons H F
Ford S R, Sullivan P 0
Faulkner Capt W C Smith J Y 2
Garault B Snow T M
Gray P D Sapnes G S
Greatreaks S C Sralr.son CaptG N
Greenwood T E Talbot Capt E
Gooding W H Thigpen Travis
Hopkins S A Tavlor G W
Howard John Thigpen C
Hunt BC Traylor S
HubbardCapt'R S Terry H W 2
Haley Robt 2 Usper B B
Hall Capt H Vandeveutcr JD
HartnWm R W inekiel John
Jerrries John \Vinsluav & Co W V
Johnson B W WVyatt WV H
Jones Wrm M Wootten S G
Kellogg Capt R 'Williamsi S
Kellon Mrs E White 'J R 2
N WVoodward J W

wiahing any of the above letters,
se say, they are advertised."

rec.eived large and general as-
ment of the following articles:-
dles of various kinds-and qualities;
Gents do do do do.
Coach Harness, brass and silver mounted;
Sulkey do do do do.
IVWaYon and Dray Harness ;
Drav Saddles, Collars, Lins, Harness, Britch-
en, Belly Bands, Hame Straps, Circingles, Girts,
Martingales, Whips, Curb, Snaffle and Dray
Bridles,m which he'offers for sale at reduced prices
no' 23 4'2 Water street-Up stairs.
ThI Co-Partnership heretofore, existing un-
der the name and style of "HOYT & LAW-
RENCE," Carpenters, is this day dissolved by
mutual conserit. All claims due by said firm are
requested to be presented, and those indebted to
make payment to Ebenez.ar Hoyt, who will con-
tinue the above business on his account, the name
of the firm to be used in liquidation only.
Apalachicola, Dec. 17, 1544 dec21 2m.
N AILS & IRON--liO, cks Nails;
20 tons assorted Swedes Iron;
5 do do English- do;
For sale by
innlI 41 Water street.

Boot and Shoe Making.
THE subscriber having returned from
New York, with a large and well se-
he1 ,-0lected stock of leather of all kinds, is
F now prepared at his eld Stand on Ches-
nlt stret-r-near Commerce, to attend to the above
l"lsinr--.; in allits various branches. French Calf
Sl;in B,..tis and Shoes made to order in the most
fa-ls i.. i ,hlte siyle.
^S- He has also on hand a supply of French
Gaiter Boots, Calt Skin Shia.iiaid Slipper., which
he offers f9r Isale as low, if not lower, than any
other house in the city.

'Ila" U aiateal Slate'S of Aiuierac a.

T II United Siatesl of Ainierici.
Dislri l- of. lpalacticola- Terrutory of 'i'ur'la.,
Tlie .inTi!d States, )
vs. Monition.
Fr,,i Thousand Segars. S
Attorney of the United States for tlie DH-
trict af'e-ri-aid, iin the name and behalf, as well of
the Inriefd .r.-m ii', as Hiram Nourse, E'.I. Col.
lci-,nr nf ilie Ci-htims finr the Dilzri"ct' and Port of
Ap'ldachicoli, ini he DistricI afor.-:aid. nnd of all
other f-prsons cion-eerned. hath filed and exhibited
his lihel and complsint in the Suaperior Court of
sait L.fistrint, telling us a District Court of the L'n-
led S:;oes kfor the trial ol'causes of ajniirrllv and
maratime jurisdiction. staying, allegring and pro-
pounding, that on th- seventh day of lDhcember
instantt, at thePortof Alalachicol-. in said Distrlct.
and on waters qavigable from the sea by vessels
of ten or more ions brlihen. he, ihc sad Hiram
Nourse, CollPrt,-Ir as aforescaid, did seize and now
hath in his cutrody as being lorfeited" for having
be-n iImp<.rted aito Ihe United States contrary to
law. Ft)U.IP TR Hli.'LAND :LiS AR.'- For thal at
a i1ni.11,. i.sL, to wIt: on the epcoiid day of December
al;..'rr.uid, the said good-, wares and tmerchandize
w'Fre brought! in a certain brig or vessel called the
P,urdr-aix," then andi there bilnnoting eoa citizen
orcitizens frl'the U'riited St-ites (wmho.e name or
nramen are to the said Attorney of the United States,
as yet unknown) from a foreign pot or place,
that s to say lthi-Porr of Ilavana in the Island of
Cuiba into the U-aited States, 'to wit: into the Port
of Apalachiet^.-aforesaid, and that the said goods,
w res and'- fiadize, then and there belonging
or consigne.t.i mastere, the mate or crew ol the
said vPessel ltf'aad there, were not described or
included in he-rasnifest nr manifests of the cargo
ot'lhe said brig or vessel (as is required by law)
contrary to the form of thesiatiues iI suchI cae
made and provided. And the Court having order-
ed Attachment and Monution to iscue according to
law and the.usages of this Court. Therefore, you
the said Marshal, are hereby authorized, empow-
ered and suictiv eninlned, peremptorily to cite and
admonish all persons ha% ing, or pretending to have
any claim or interest in tire said Four Thousand
Segars in said libel, alleged by posting at some
publicplace a copy of this Monition. and to pub-
lish the same in some newspaper printed in this
District at least tena days before the return day ol
this writ, and by all other lawful means and ways
whatsoever, by which the same may be mulst noto-
rious and public, to be and appear at a Court to be
held in the city of Apalachicola on the iwenty-
seventh day of December instant, and also to atriid
uipo e.very.session or sessions specified iunil a defin-
itive,decree or sentence shall be made and pramul-
gated in said business, inclusively if any of them
Ahalf think it their biinin-', so to do, to hear,ubide
by, and perform all and singular such judicial acts as
are necessary and by law req;rireul ib be dione and
expedited in the pre'muises, and trither to do and
receive what unto law and justice appertins under
the pain-of Ihe law and contempt thereof, the ab-
sence and contumacy of ileni and each and every
of lhem in any wise notwithutanding; and whai-
soever you shall do in the premises, you shall duly
certifv unto the Judge aforesaid, at the time and
place aforesaid, together with these presents.
t^.-^ Witness the Hon'le SAM'L W. CARMtAC,
SL.S. Judge of our said Court, this 13th day
(,-. of Decenmler. A. D., 184-4.
dtc21 3t '.;EC F. BALTZELL, Clerk.


Drugs, Medicines, &c.
I THE sitbsc'riber has recently recei-
ved from New York a large addition
to his stock of DRUGS and MEDI.
CINES, which makes his assort-
ment as full as any other establish-
ment in the Southern Country, among which
are the following articles:
30iLI) Ib5 Epsom Salls; 200 galls Cast6r Oil;,
-20 rmce Castor Od1, quarts pints, and t pints
20it) Ibs Gum Camphor; 30 lbs Calomel;
:i3) doz Spirits Turpentine;
30i) Ibs Roll Sulphur; 2000 lbs Coperas;
:3,) dz Calomel in Vials;
3.11) It.s Cream Tartar; 50 doz Opodeldoc;
5", 1iz British Oil; 500 Race Ginger;
*20i Its Indigo; 50 doz Laudnum;
ll0 dl.)z Bateman's Drops;
51> Paragoric and Peppermint;
o11t I s Nut Megs; 15 kegs Pearl Ash;
3 2 roce Seidhltz and Soda Powders;
5 b xes Houack's Panacea;
510 )zs Sulph Quinine; 40 doz. Ink;
li.) 2 roce Bottle Corks,; 30 boxes Starclih
50 toz Scotch Snuff; 50 do MacLaboy;
i ''" Soaps, assorted;
51., hoexts Lemon Syrup;
1: baskets Olive Oil;
*2 groce Yea-t PoJ..iers;
3; doz Siou2hten Bitier,.
All orders irom the ciurairy prominptlr atten-
ed to.) B. S: HAWLEY.


IN issuing the Prospectus for the Thijrd Vo-
lume of the SOUTnEF.N CULTIVATORi the Pub-
lishers have the high gratification of announc-
ins i't the public, that they have succeeded in
engaging the services of
MR JA .MIR GAMAK,'of AteAzns, f6d.;
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Franklin Superior Court.
R J MOSES, administrator, &c., on John Locke,
dec'd estate, vs. William H Shepherd
T HE defendant and all others interested, will
please take notice, that I have filed a petition
for foreclosure of mortgage of certain personal
property in the City Hotel, cuns.isting of frni-
ture, &c., and that I will apply for foreclosure of
said mortgage at the neXt term of the Superior
Court for the county of Franklin.
R J OSFS, administrator,,
de bowis non, &Se., on John Locke, dec'd, etlate.
Ap.alaclhcola, Dec. 20, 1511. dec2i 3th
Jackson Superior Court.
Elijah Robins, )
vs. > Attachment for $113 li7
Catherine B. Loftin,)
T HE Defendant and all others interested are
-notified of the institution of this suit by at-
tachment returnable to the next Spring term of
the Superior Court of-Jackson county. If they
see fit to do so, they may plead to the declaration
filed in said case. A H BUSH, Pl'ffa Aut'y.
Marianna. Nrv. 2sth, IS-I I. dcc7


N (-iTICFl -Six weeks alter date, I shall apply
to the Honorable W G Ml Davis, Judge of
the County Court of Franklin county, for letters
of administration on the estate of John Perkind
late of said county. deceased.
Apal '-hi.'.li, .iiani. Ist, I- "1. ja4 6w

N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply
to the Honorable W G M Davis, -Judge of
the County Court of Franlilnia county, for letters
of administration on the estate of Latham Bab-
coek late of said county, deceased.
Apalachicola, Nov, 26th, 1844. wo30W
N OTICE.--Si- me-k- 'itlter date, I shall apply
to the Hon'le Wm. G. M. Da% is, Judge of
the County Court of'Fi-anklin county, for letters
of administration on the estate of Donald Camp
-bell, late ol said coiani:\, deceased.
Apala'hicola, N'ov. 7th, 1S-11. nov9 6w

N OIC.-i '.-esafedteIshlapl

N OTIC E.-Six weeks alter date, I shall apply
to the Hon. W. G. RI. Davis, Judee of the
Count'. C:.,irt of tL'rarklin county, for letters of
adr[mnitral ion on hr esiale of Da\ id D. Churchill,
late ot sjid county, d-ceased.
Apla,cliiclla, Nov. 1st, 11i' nov5 6w

N OTiCE.-St~ months after date I will apply

NOTICE.--SIx months after date 1 will apply
to the Hon. Judge of the County Coart'for
Franklin County, for letters of dismission on the
estate of William Worriker, senr., late of aiAW
county, deceased.
Apalachiculs, Decr. 10, 181-. dec14 6m

N O'1 ICE--Six months after date I shall apply
to the lion. Judg of the County Court of
Jackslin c<.unlv. for le'titrs of dismission from the'

administration on the estate of Sampson Pope / "
late of said county deceased. .
Jackson County, July 26, 1844. a3-6m
N OTICE.-All persons having claims against
the estate of D D Churchill, late of Faitrlin
county, deceased, are requested to prenta the
same duly authenticated, within the- times'pre_ -
scried by law, or-this BUm m i^^iB e i.
bar of them recovery ;:apa;iH ki.er e ---N"
to said estate are requ6ites to, I a- itmikanediite
payment. B. ELLISON Adinirirt .
Apalachicola, Dec. '3th, lti'.-t' P ___
N OTICE.--All personng -iriy^ t-l&i_-M-
IN AMORY ROGERS, late of Franklin cu -fty,
deceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed by law
or this notice will be plead in bar of their rer"
cover ; and all persons idefired to said'estate arl,
requested to make immediate payment.
B T CARO, Administrater.
Apalachicola, Nov. 2 lth, 1V44. n23 6W '-
U. S. Marshal Sile.-
Y virtue of a mortgage fi. fa., iss 'ueing from' 3
-.R ..Ar ir._... 1: -

U the Superior Lourt uI fte omtyol vi r nmlir,
tr, me directed, in favor of David G Raney, sains'
James B Starr; 1 have levied upon the fotvawing'
property, to wit:
One Bedstead; Twelve Maple Chairt; FouP'
crnmmon do; Owre Besureau; Ohe Sofr; One
Wash Stand; Two pieces Carperiqg; Twb'
Mahlogany Tjbles; as the property orJas B. Starr'
all of which I shall expose at Public Sale at fhe
Court House door, in th, City of Apalachicela on'
the first Monday in February next, between the'
usual hoars of sale, to the highest bidder for cath,.
to satisfy said fi. fa. ROBERT MYERS,
U S Marshal.

SALT in store, for sale low to close a-e-ain.
K.ment, by NOURSE, STONE & O.,
dec 14 46 Water ?rWt.'

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Apalachicola District of florika.
D, K. Dodge, Compl't, ) -
and i Chancery.
lames C. Watson, et al. Defrts.)
TT appearing to the Court, from the report of
the Master in Chancery, in this case appointed,
That the following sums are 2due by the parties
hereinafter mentioned, for the instalments here-
tofore called in, on their stock in 'the Franklin
Land and Apalachicola Lot Company, public no-
tice is hereby given to the parties respectively,
to pay the same to Benjamin F. Nourse, Receiver
in said caifse, together with the interest thereon,
from the first day of March, 15413, or their respec-
tive shares *ill 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 MeDouzraln principal and interest due lst
March, IS43 ......................81,660 00
Hudson A. Thornton, 3,310 61
Burton Hepburn, or his" assigns, were .,
indebted on tlie same day and year.'.'.' 972 76
John D. Howell ......... .. .;.,;. 365 W9
By order of the Hon. Samuel W. Cariqack;
Judge of the Superior Cr..urt of F'raukin county
in the Apalachicola District of Florida.
Master In Chancery.'
Apalachicila, August 19,. 14J.

Franklin Superior Court ;-,
Francis Cottinel, "
assignee of Dan'l McDougald,
Isaac M Wright and Henry D
Sir:--Take notice, I have this day filed irt
the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of
Franklin county, a petition for a foreclosure of a
mortgage, given by Isaac M Wright and Henry
D Darden, on-the 17th day of August, 1911, to
Dan'l McDougald, to secure certain sums of money
due by said Wright and Darden to McDougald:
said mortgage is given on lots 1, 2, 19 and 20, on
block H., front range, (in the City of Apalachi-
cola,) with the building situated thereon; and on
one hundred and twenty feet of wharf property,
also in said City, and lying at the foot of Palmetto
street, between wharf lots, Nos. 28 and 29, and
that I will as assignee of said mortgage, by said
McDougald, on the first Monday of May next,
move for a foreclosure of the same.
A .-sl;nee of Dan'l McDougald,
By C.O \V ROSS, his Att'y.
Apalachicola, Jan. 2d, 1545. jan4 4m

-::'- Drugs anid Medicines.
THP-iuibscriher ha.;', and \%ili-;
consiantlI have. on hand, a complete
assortment ol' DRIIGS and 1MEDI-
CINE SE. whichh he will warrant pure
and of the best ,tualiy. Country
Merchants arnj Planters will tind 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.
dec14 cor of Centre and Commerce sts
Bull's Compound Extract of
T IIIS preparation of Sarsaparilla is different
From any in use-it possesses all the active
properties of the root in a concentrated state-it
The most eminent physicians of the present day
in various sections of the Union, esteem the in-
gredients of which it is composed the most valua-
ble and efficacious that can be given for the fol-
lowing maladies: Scrofula in all its forms, Dis-
eases of the Skin, Eruptions, &c. Rheumatism,
Dyspepsia, Chronic Diseases of the Lungs, to
counteract the Destructive effects of Mercury,
Cancerous Atlbctions, Jaundice, Hypertrophy, or
enlargement of the Heait, Palpitation in the re-
gion of the Heart and Stomach, Scurvy, Chorea
or St. Vitus Dance, Neuralgia, and all diseases
arising from an impure state of the blood. For
saleby J C ALLEN,
jan4 Sole Agent for the Proprietor.

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


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