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Florida journal
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Title: Florida journal
Uniform Title: Florida journal (Apalachicola, Fla. 1844)
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Physical Description: v. : ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.R. Boyle
Place of Publication: Apalachicola East Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1844
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1844; ceased in 1844.
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"CI-BY E. Rf'lOtLE.

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..* TERMS. -
^r'.P1T3he, FLORIDA JOURNAL is published
T Vmursda ,Evening, in Apalaclicola, at 44 Wat,-r
S" i t THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, in advnei,-
J IVE DOLLARS,'guaranteed by some rcsionsible
A.. ,pf..oor in the city, at the end of the yc-ar, by
>4: E. B. BOYLE,
: To woinom all-Letters must be addressed, and %% ith whomin
all business of the office must be transacted.
fk U'ingle.copy, 12h cents.
S' tADVERTIS'EMENT, will be inserted on the following
.. tierm-s:
One 4o.llar per square, of ten lines and under, for the
first insertion, and Seventy-five cents for each subs,-
qtjent insertion. Tuyearly advertisers a liberal discount
-will be -made;
All advertisements must be paid for before insertion.
+ By refe'ring-to our terms, the requisite sum may be as-
certainmdd, and transmitted with the advertismcinnt.
f-lFive dollars will be charged fur all announce-
minents of candidates for office.
O'Six Months' Notices, $0,00
-1 Four Months' Notices, ,- ,0
-. [TJ'Three Months' Notices, 7,00
Ur1Applieation for Letters of Administration, 4,00
SL--Notice to Debfors and Creditors, 5,0o
,'[U Jo' work'done on reasonabl.e tI Ils.
To those who wishl reti subci ibe, we wiul., cay
that the safest plan is t,:, eit ,-I'e the in ilney in a leiter
6nirtl,' direct it to'st;; Moq p,-,st ii3;ter.,, will Iran I; letters,
if relarini- it nothing but the btsiess o'Lthe :offtic:e.
All Letters on business, to receive attenionMiust either
be franked or poasi paid.

I h'ar of the traveller'i view
Fiom the lt'ity mountain's brow,
Of tih' skies of coiudless blue,
And the titacklei fields of snow,
And I thitik wlden my s>:h,.ilby's days
Are over,anil'ni set iree,
How I'll tread itose pnrhl.,u; wa3 ,
And iow happy I will bv

Y,4tin inmin, there are chlasni- d,.ep
In iho;,: tra.-kle-t: field, ol : now
Where the -.pa rli-; sh,,lac1ei, s- --ep,
There it ruli and ,.ietih b .liw
WIher re r? ro.:-k., are %t ild and hi h" -
An.t the c Iond heneath tlemri sai, _..
Ten mhotIsand dangers lie,' .- .. .
Uniknowd ii the-',h(It .- ;..

f danger tdtiie,
*-'-*^-'""'*r I daring tih ugistil,
^ .. ... " ". "' ..l' In ,
AMhI 4itt'iir. I w'iu ld be-
W"h',the'bcfi'hmmmi-l Chamiun:is is c.aurhit.
.i "'ve t16 licam the bieez.'
-- .... Aiit.li the distant thunde-j-i .. k ;
if .i1 love tu Llillmb the trees.
..,-;. ." W hen the L'ra vi his wave and ro,:k.

D" IU the loftiiy sit i iat ia bi '-ak,
,' An. lie ttandill-m mit smig rfi t.oiiei Iil ',
l'And uhe 7gant heart miay iloa!:e,
Anii tlie ,i,'el L;oew pale ,, iih t.x].
-Then th.e ,umit; n fire hui h l- liri-hir,
AV here 1ill llie lived i- tie- m1m1.
Ari.nth miei- a ble-- I ; m!i, ,
I A d hf.' l-, 1. -ui. I w,:-et.
Suill; s-ltl, I v.'.u ill i\i-bh t mat-e:
M y way t,:i -oi-a. dliqaiii liiI :
I wtl.n l ;ail :i Lu mnai,- lai :.-,
Or liire on it' -tianlt
An'd whil.- hr-i. iiy'- p ie ie-ail[5
itis -l,:ry an.r i- InOiewn,
i : z J ,". I.
*,. ivteuild a27z-- tin Ga n-xa' eahh--
-' j>l- ff.'*Wi'Vit,- tIl-? ': \''inn '0 -Liti u::- i~i.:'A' P.
& .':,- s :s'-'>-
-r.-- -- *C .
-7 ;i" ,, Ol, mitti.' a to'il-:.'iie day,
And niin3n a wc:!V i. liu,
M11ii1t .-oii,:, and ]ia-_- away,
Belbrc that ghiiit.u -i-lii!
S- And when thou lia-i -een il'- liiil
Of nations anil of iimen,
S' V"W h'.i tile thioui ha.st leain'd ii, ]..iII
q. ,By con;taut h:hange-what ih,:n .;t
Y ,OUiTl,
I shall know a thou,.and hin_"i
That schools could never li,'e latuizlit ;
As thIe lark that -,oais ant.i -in
Is loi,, wi:e i1e be snarel and.I ..aight.
Ail the wondteis I shall seek
For whichli other li c b- iij L I it, ;
And when I chiuise t.) ip-ak,
My Trien-i:. hall listen, paid learn.
-" Ate.
\ 'Tis not thIe sights that plertse
J The obsei vers curioue- e' z:;
S: .It is not what lie seeS
.. -T.katyakes the traveller tise ;
4.rk4I'j|.tm3iyis't'f4nm-.oor to door,
a, '|.on land'to l2ad may roami,

\ Wh- \": -.Whofris no tIs'loni home.
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4' ,0 4 0 It.-. <
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S-\- BY 'M,~,~8 RV CHANNING.
ilo not mourn n.4111 nds are false,1 .'
-I dare not grieve for sins of minq ; -
,eep for tiose wiho pine to-death,
great t Godl in this-rich world of thine.
f r a t"'* *' '
"inmanV-trct there are to se,..
/And field broad with grain,
n pain.
t,-- '-"- -" -

Half starved ltli long, long wiiter's'day,
YFoOn arontssgaz:ng on, iheir young, ',
I4. oo o itllysad onegw:rd tosay. -
'* ,:r fi.

ey God hlas cursedo-
sindAeyhd &ie bdrm
et depth ,


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29th. Marcihinus, a Roman. Through fear oftorment 0c
he Eacrificed to the gods; but recovering himself, died a nu
martyr; afteil he had fate 8 or 9 years hlie wasbcliheaded, to
and buried in the cecmelry' of Piscilla. si
. 30tit. Maiealus, a Roman, succeeded, lie was con. ea
demnned by Maxenlius, the tyrant, to keep bea-ts ini a th
stable which hlie performed with hisprler arnd exercises bu
Lfdevotion. He died after 5 yearsi -ati aouths,.and dii
was buried in the cLnmetry of Priscim. *'' *. ;. w
31st. Eustbius, a Grek, the 1oCoti y" aR. le -
suff.-rcd much unde-r the tyranny ,0i f'iiinia. He
sate 6 years and was bu rid vV-',I fr W & near
LCalistus Celnetry. rt., d
3-2d.. Miltiades, an.African. QiV itt ikta54netcori
under Maxentius, but could 5 *fid. rMax- Ti
mus,-as onme assert.F H sate &- v years, and wa- ha
buried in the eemetry 6f CAlistus; .'- "
33d. Sylvester, a -Roman. i- was elected to the ar
I was t from thle mounotiritain
fear of persccutio ii ,
itline the Great, and wl
F.B. sh

*"*** *" -. 2:3

imber of square mile's of laud, giv,:. 1,315,522,076, S
a square rod, and live to a square foot Suppose a (
qare rod capable of being divided into twelve grave'.u,'
cli grave would contain a hundred persons, so that
e whole earth has been a hundred times dug over to t
iry its inhabitants, supposing the-y had been equally t-
strinbi.ited. Were the bodies laid upon the surface they p
muld cover the land to the depth of one hdhdred feet.
-Ball. Sun. t

1Virlut. ail lI',sdoitm.-As anmber attract; a straw,.so
es. beauty adinlration, which only lasts while tha -
armtnitl contin.ies.; but virtue, wisdom, goodness, and ,
al worth, like llic loadstuioe, never lose their powers. f
icy arettrue grace', whicli are linked and tied hand in
nd, becautie itis; by their iiiluIic5,d that -hu;man Ifearts
e so firmly united to one a nother.-Burton. ,
--- "- a -.. -
4"I like to see a mnan spend an hour or"ntwo in wat'ah h
g an opportitnity to steal tlhe reading of a newspaper, C
Itich otherwise iightt have +t.st him four cents--it.-
ows hiW e5cnonimy."

..^ -, t 'Y.

Tor-nday Ectnins, Jin. 9, 1941,


From tI, Tioy Dailq yI'i,
The fituindat ion of tl.,: Church of Rome is iquially at.
StribittEd to Petr and Paul, the one as lthe Apostle of the
circumei-i:.n prtacln d to the Jews; the other as tlie
Apostle of the circmcinnion preached to the Gertiles.
Its BItlops succeed In thi following order.
1-1. St. Peter and St. Paul, who both suffered mar-
tyrdom undr N1 ri.
2d. Linu-, th.l: son of rrci.ulaiis, a Tuscan. He 13is
nienlijued by St. Paul, and ateL bett\ve-n clevcn' and
twelve vi-ar-
3d. C'itu, or Anaclihtus, a Roman the son of .Emilius,
M1i, sale nine year'
4th. Cleincls, a Roman, l)orn in Munt Cacli,.it, thel
son of Purtimu-', near akin, say some, to the Emperor.
He was condemned to di, in the marble quarries near
the Euxine Sea, and by command of Trajan thrown int.)
sea, with an anchor around hns'neck. He was Biphop
cf Rome 9 years and 4 months.
6th. Eui;stas, by birth a Greek, but his father a Jcw
of Bethlehmn. He is said to have been crowned with
martyrdom the last year ofTrajan, and in the ninth year
of Ins biJhoprick. %
6th. Alexander; aRomnan, though young in years he
a.? grave in his manner and conversation, he sate 10
years and 7 month-, and died a martyr.
7th. Xystus, or Sixtts, a, Roman, lie was martyred
in the ninth year of his bri-hopriek, and buried in the
tlh. Telkspdiorus, a Greek, succeeded. Juitin the
martyr flourished in Iris time. He died a martyr, hliavin
sate 11 yeais and three months and was buriEd near St.
Peter in the Vatican.
9th. Ilyganus, the son of an Athenian pliIlosophcr,
was advanced t. the chair under Aitonius Pius. lie
sale according to Euscbiuz &jvears.
10th. Pius, an Italian, born at Aquelcia. He died
after being Bishop I year and 4 month-.
I lthli. Alicectus, born in Syria ; lie is said after 11 years
to have suIffred mnarlyi-doin, and was.buried iu the Via
Appi.in i Laju.- -.-ft s_ Jn hs ,t.i P .I earn
went to RoMPi ,
S14th. 'er, or as Niepheros calls him Soteriecis---,
.was a Cami'a -,; [thidson of Concordius. -Tiw-sm._!.
an tc.. .1urse f letters .belu.. iz:'i nzyd 'uS -
1n3-Trpo'crWnrithi He-diealfte.' liYe-had sate ',years.,
-.:13.Jh. t'uti~musjbornat NiCiopolis'in GL'eZ?. Tu r
him Lucius, Kin'g of Britain sent a kIltter and atin imbas. t
sy. He sate 15 years, died A. D. 15, and \%as buried
in the Vatican. '
1l4th. Victor, an African, the son of Felix, a man of
furious anil intemperate spirit, as appeared from his pas.
s-ornatv pioceediings in the controversy about the ok.er- I
vati.n of Easter. He was Bishop 10 years, c
15th. Zephyriius, a Roman, succeeded and possessed
tle chair 8 years. Hle was a pious and learned mnian.
16thii. Calistus or Calixtu;, the son of LDomitus, a Ro.
man, prudeniit and modest man, lie sulT.red miunth iu the
persecution under Alexander Scverus under whom hlie c
became! a martyr, b ing thrown into a wcll by the pro- i
curement of Ulpian, the great lawyer, hut a severe ene- t
my tou Christians. lie sale 6 y'cars, and although hie made i
a cetnietry called after his or-n name, yet lie was buried
in that of Calilp.idu, in the Ap'pian way. v
17 tih. Urbani;-, thl. -On of Pont;ranui, a Roman. .ftcr
C years lie sutffcr..d martyrdom for the faith. He ,4as Q
bLiiikd in Pre.-textatus in the Appian way. eC
l. th. Pontianus tlie (',lllurntius, a Roman. For his ni
lold reproving roflthe Romuan idolatry hlie was banislhed
iuit the Island uf Sardinta, wl..re he died. lie was
Bilhop five years. t
19th. Aitiriu., a Greek, tilt.: on of Romulus. Fle died
aiter h.: had k-ept his place one month, thi>ouhl others- e
v. itlouti reason mnake him to have lived in it nmany'ycars. e
:211th. Fabiuq, a Romani was iin.'-xpeetedly chosen 8
P.B1-t.p. \VW while s'.,-:ral otli rs bt in.: in comicptlion, a 11
dove sudlcnly ilr-ccnde.d and,] sat upon his head ; 1.th :
great emblemin of the holy :pirit. He died a martyr afltcr
14 y~ars.
:2'ist. Cornelius, a Roman. Frequent Ktters passed
betwe.:i himu and Cypirian. After somewhat more than
tvwoi years lie was cruelly whipped and then beheaded. v
2-2d. Lucius, a Roman, sate two, or as others sayo t
tire'e %ears. He suffered martyrdomn by lthe command r
of Vakrian. Ii
23d. Stephanus. a Roman, the son ofJulius. Great I
contest were liel-d between him and Cypirian about re- ,
lia|)tiiin, those itiio had been baptiscd. He ias be- s
headed alter lie had sate two or three years, and was g
buried \ ithi his predecessor. Z
2-ith. Xystuc, a .Greek, formerly a phil,,sopher of r(
Athetis, afier one year and ten months lie suffered mar- It
tyrdrm. e!
25th Dyonythus, a mork, made Bishop in the judg- tl
mcnt of Dyonytlius, Bishop of Alexandria, a truly learn, n
ed and amiable l person. Tle time of his btshoprick is si
uncertainly assigned, but it is supposed to have been
12 y.car. h
"26th. Felix, a Roman. In This time arose the Mani. t1
chiean heresy, lie sutfered much about tlte fourth or
filth year of his episcopate, and was buricd in the Aure.
lhan nay in a cemetery of his own; two miles froom Rome. t,
.27tIh. Entycianus, a Tu-can. A man exceedingly .
careful of the burial of maityrs. After one year's space s
he crowned himself with m,,rtyrdum,
28th. Caiis, or as Easebius calls him, Guiarius,'a Dal-
matian: kinsinan to tlIe Emperor Dioclelian. After
holding the seat 11 years, he was beheaded: thm

Cha ter, wfich' was received by'tlie Cler1k and approved -
iy tit'eCdnnc il.'" "; ::, '
On notion of Mr. Wood, duly seconded, it is ordered
hat 'the Mayor forward'the draft of an act fo amend
he City Charter to our Representative, and urge hifii to
promotdle the passage thereof. i -
On motion oF Mr. Rbberit, duly seconded, it is-6deredY c(
hat thIe ndme 'of Mr. Caro be substituted in the place of ir
Ir. ,Hurd,in:s19e'jond of the M arshal. "-.
Mr.- -Seh'iff&''reported that .he, as chairman of f(lie r
"dniinitttee on theha'r4y Hospital, liad contracted with _.
)an.d Campbell for boardirin'the po6r sick of the,*ity '..
ior 3 per week each, in gobd'fuTd'3s, aad prdseinted the'- o
proposals of Drs. G iech 'n thnSpn cei"Tb 6CilyPysicin', -iu
nd imc proposal' of Dr',Gteen to ,atlend'itpoor'icIS
f the'dlt dif'dtd fuffid nmedicines-at $200,vper yea4r* 'Ws ti
4cl epted,. ticdi' conii.- i fte instructed to :infoi- Dr.'? i.
treen thereof, and make such contract ritli him -.'"-''7iA
Mr. Wood, from the Commhitteeobn Pri"i'fgg e ortede w
ie. proposals of the Commercial Adverhiser and Yl rida" ti



81i1 J II, ,q '/ S sIa/R-Few itn ii tli,? greater m tlrjohlic
were more rcslpeecti t than lalic te Sir Jamnes Slaw.-
For many 3t:a is lieT ihe- oliee of c am.r.,11rhlain ot tlhe
ti': city of Lot h.l t; an intstanee f I his t u piglitr'.s and
high S% iise t, l Isiei. ojt'wVhile iIn pot-;'es.ijii, Iby vlitte of-
his office) Cf a lai ganintount of funds blogingnr to the
city, dei've- to be lord,.,I. It appears that thie salary
of the office is m-a r nominal, the incumbent be-in-g at
libetiy to make wIt interest Ihe can of [hlic funds in
his hands for his l ulUe'. Sir Jamis had iuvest.d
sonit- 410, or 50,0ii0 [ funds, i ithe property of thlie city' i:1
Exe ,.-qut,:r bills, for f l'e keeping, and on lthe dis.ove'ry
of li- extensive frau' coiiiitted in the Exchlic uier Bill
011icc, it waz found Imat the whole or nearly the 1.l,:1
of the bills lie had pu*haied were among til.,sc surrep-
titioiusly i)sm, d. At *ialt timt e it L as doubted whether
lihe En1lih GUovcri i|nt would pay tliv:e bill Sir
Janite. Shaw;v inliat.t :eothe city solicitor that in that
ev,.nt lie shliould sell al hl- private, prop': ty to make gr..id
the loss to thel city--t11 li t hhad had a valuation made
of all his effects and Io id that lihe would have just sufi-
cint, by lithe sale if his ropicrty, to ena l,.ahim to realise
lihe amount. Fortunat. y tihe British Government de-
cided that ltheiy would 1)p' all the Exchequtr bills which
had beeii purchased lo,,tlible, and t., which no suspicion
could attach on lmc paIrt-f Ihe purchasers, among these
the bills held by 6:!r Jan s Shiaw were acknowledged.
Hle wvas a man universal cic-tecined. Hlie had success-
ively tilh.d tie offlecs of, lioiff and Lord Mayor, and
gave up thle Alderniiani4 ,wn on his appointment as
chamberlain. He was inlhis eightieth year at the time
of Ins disease.-N, 1. 4e.
How many office liolde- in Florida would have acted
thus ? We know of but Aie, %itIo knows any more ?
Thie laws of life and mortality betwixt lthe cxes are
very remarkable. They ar. stated thus:
1. In the present condition of the white population
of the United States, the number of females born per
annum, is about 12,00 less titan thie male-3s. Tlisir dy.-,
termipes of. itself that pLti-'r '"- ,"d
tmn EoUbr relgioneanna.
ure raretiesame-thatone manishaU bu the husband
_j inc-__ o'i', m -- --'
-a. twenty years of age the fiimales exced thic
Vales. This prove. that betwvectn thlie birth anl 20 tihe
mortality ainmng the buys has been much greater than
hat among the girls.
3. Fromt 20 to 401 the men again much exceed tihe
on-emn, whichli shows that tins is the period of thle great-
est mortality among ithe women.
-1. From -0 to 70 the difference rapidly diminilies,
he.feiualcs, as in the early part of their lives, gaining
in the males. Thi shows that this is thie period of the
rreatcst danger and exposure to mnen, the least to the

5. Fromnt 70 onward the womnt-n out number the men,
Tihs shows conciusivJly that, relatively speaking, in
i:nimpari;-on twith hmen, th hlialthi-st period of fenmale
Il'c Isat the end of it. Absolutely, however, nro period
o Ithecrsex is so healthy as that of youth-the bloonim-
ng p:nriod of boj hood and girl!!hood.
The above dduction uf slati.lical tables corrspond
wiih .very day ob:,.rvations ,uf human lif...
Women are expi,-sud to petliar hazards in the middle
If life ; but in thuie long run, far the largest part of this
exposure, danger and risk, ii c;vilizcd nation, fall .in
nki in the active- peii.ds of l'-'.-A-.-. CU'-on.

Ti/ Public Ltnds..-The communication froni the
Geneial Land (tJ,.', yesterday laid before CongreIs,
hiv:,'s tle sales of lands for tlie last year to have amnount-
d to l,639,'674 acres, making two millions of dollars,
xceedhn- tIhe aniount rce;ived Tli prrcdinz year by
tu0,1.1u00. Of thIe sales, not more tn1n 101,001)0 aeis
ave been -old abovethe ininimum npric'. During the
ame pcriod more than t:n iiiusamid epatetts have been
transmitted, and all that havi, bcec prepared have been
igncd.-Nat. litd.
L;fP.-We have known sonte pcr-onsu in he wild
who, gliding through life, have fl-ated on tha stream of
ine like a boat o:t tlhr v.ate s oi a broad and tranquil
ivij carried on tly the unruffled tide of pnrispetlly, and
ghted to their journey's end by the cloudless sun of
appiness. And we have rme with others whose star
eemn: d to rise in clouds, to hold its course through
0 L
torms, and to set in blacker darkness than lhat which
ave it birth. But klng continued joy looses its first
est, and unintenupted sorriey its first poignancy ; habit
)bs even mniscry of its acutteness; and one ihat is
nig endured brings along with it the power of endu.
ance. It is the sudden transition from joy to sorrow
mat is ltehacme of human suffering, adding the biticr-
essof regret for past enjoyment to all the pangs of pre- ,
ent distress.
Tmsso's cure- fir spc'a.ing ill.-The character ofTasso -1
as obtained time highest praise. It is said of him that
here never ttais a scholar more humble, a wit m,:'re de-
out, or a man more amiable in society. Some one re-
oted to him that a malicious enemy spoke ill of him to
,i world. Let hun'pcrsevere" said Tasso, "his rancor
iv.:s rite rio pain. How much better is it that he should
>tak ill of mn,: to all the worldthian all the world Thould i
?',ak ill ofme to him-." -
l\'/hre are Thkrq '-The number r wli o have lived upon
e earth has been estimated at about 27,m"J,uiu0),000,- f
10,000. This sum, when divided by -27,801,000, the t

-*J.A S' *A---*- -

A djo sin n-d miceing.
Pm-.scit, D. G. Rancy, Mayor. Couincilincr, Roberts,
- Sch;iffer, Babcock, Simmnons, Guyon, Farrior, Wood,
and' i(,' l lnts.
MIinittec read and approved.
Thliei Mayor named l the following as lihe standing Coin.-
lillte s for tIhe y ar IS1 11.
Fi|.N\csC.-Messrs. lb.-rlts, Wo..id and Farrior.
Co.NrT.iT1-r AND IMPiirovceCNTS --.Messrs. Gutyon,
Sinimuon. anI Babcock.
CL.imM-.--M--.-rs. Farnior, ioboerts and Clemnients.
PitmxTING.--Me-ssrs. Wood, Cuyont and SchfitTer.
C(.tAnr IT I e'irAL.-M-esi,. Scluffer, Sininmmons and
O(in motion of Mr. Wood, duly received, the Counail
then proceeded to elect a Clerk and Trecasurer, and on
balloting therefore William Valleau was declared duly
el,.-cted, Peter Hobart was-elected Tax Collector, Jas"
G(ibson wva- elected City Marshlal, Joshua Grant was
elected Harbor Master, and W. Foster, R. H. Goodlet,
\V. 11i. luhe.,ie, C. J. Shepard, J. B. Starr, and H. R.
Wood, were elected Weigh Masters-
Mr. Roberts offered the/followingu Resolution which
was adopted,
RcsI.ohied, That w i now proceed to elect two more
VWeighl Mai.ers, increasing the whole number to eight,
and on-balloting, T. H. Ha!hey, and R. Crockett Kcrr,
Were c-lected. '- -
The Maishal's account was submitted by Mr. Roborts,
anid referred to lite Committee on claims. '
jOwen M. Conners account for board of pauper Grey,
for two week-s, 'a's passed and allowed at, -$7.
Oni motion of Mr. Schiffcr, the Council then adjourned
T/turslday Evening, Jan. 11.
Council met this evening.
Present, DI. G. Rainey, May oIr.--. -Co-1 -,IP:Ijl
itwrt,~ *~Th.i''''
Minutes of the last meeting read and approved...,..,.
ThIe Clerk reported the returns of Weighmaste's,
Halsev, Hughes, and Broiglmton, for the month of De-,
c.:mber last, which were read arid ordered on file.. -
Mr. Roberts presented the account of -.'O. Sullivan,
fo r work on streets, &c., which was passed and allow-
lowed at $34 50. "
Mr.Farrior presented the accounts of Roberts, Allen
& Co., which was passed and allowed at $13 49.
Also the account of E. Brown,, for work on streets,I
which was passed and allowed at .l5 50.
Also the account of Walter Foy, for work on streets ,
whitich was passed and allowed at $8 44.
Also the- account of Mr. Gibson, City Marshal, to date,
which was passed and allowed at $47 41.
On motion of Mr. Roberts, duly seconded, it was or-
dered that tlme Charity Hospital Commilttee be authorised
to contract with any person they may deem proper -to J
board lihe p,,or sick of tlIe City.
MAir. Roberts ofl'ered the following resolution, which
was adopted : Resolved, that- al improvements niade,
shall be done under Ihe correction of the Committee on
Improvements, and contracts superintended by the -Mar.
shal ; and that all labor ills shall only be allowed by
the contract and approval. (
Thie Mayor reported lhat the following due bills of the :
city hiad been given to Mr. Griswold for interest up to
the 29th Dec. last, on'a note of the city held by him,
and now in judgment, viz :
7 Doe Bills; dated Dee:. 201h, tl943, for $10) each t
S $7)0 00
6 0for $5) each, 300 Oil (
12 r br 25 each, 30000
1 tr -- ,.337- 2 e
One itei bill sante dale, ifOr 89 84
A 'u.:.imim i.r -, .,, (an'l not barinii int.) g-1,423 56 Ai
The Council th,-ii proecedcd to the consideration of I
the revised ordinances, and the ordinance entitled An
Ordinance providing for the assessment of taxes, &c." 1
was read by section-', and the first six sections duly pass- .
(d. Mr. Farrior moved to amend the 7th section by N
striking out the word five," and inserting two and a
half,'as a commission to bo allowed for collecting the C
taxes. Which motion was lqst by the casting vote of A
thlie Mayor. Mr. Roberts then moved that said section B
be amended so as to read, "Three per cent. upon all S
taxable'property, and ten per cent upon all poll taxes." l
Which w.as ado-ipted. Mr. Farrinr, seconded by Mr. P
Roberts, called for thIe ayes and noes. Ayes, Messrs. I
Roberts, Schiffer, Babcock, Simmons and Guyon. Noes, l
Messrs. Farrior, Wood and Clements. L
The eighth section was next read by the Clerk, and A
lie said ordinance, as amended, duly passed by its till-. N
The ordinance entitled" An Ordinance for thme regu. (;
ation of Quarantine, ,j-c.," was next read, and duly 1
passed by its title. I'
On Motion of Mr. Schitfer, the Council then adjeurn. c

,Stturdity Evening, Jan. 13. d
Council mel thus Evening. e*
Present, D. G. Rancy, Mayr. ('ouncilnien, Roberls, t
SehihTer, ,Sirmintons, Guyon, Wood, Clements,'Fat rior
m'd Babcock. I -
Minutes read and approved.
Mr. Wood, from the speeal committee appointed to con-
er with the'City Attorney, and report amendments to -
he Cit Ulilarttte, -reported a ebmrimunication- from -Ctl.'
,emmes; and also the draft of an act ti'-amend 'the City

:entucky, -. 1775,' Boonsboro,'fl Bi" .-'
)hio, 1789,. Ennigrrant,4
ElectorroftPresidenfi---.Tlheqlkt "-e
ent will be decided utdr' tihedt -
lectors. The following' i9dId'd'emien t
o which eclt.State will be emitiled :' ':
South Carolina, 9 Georglaj" '-4' "
ain -9 Maryland,: -
M~aine-, ... .r, .,,..: ,9 Maya d' .*;;,' ^ 71^
New-Hamnpshire 6-Vyirginia,- .:17--,r.:
Mass.chusetts, "..'', 'No:th Caol'ina, .4 .
Vermont, -" 'Alibma,; : 1
Rhode lWland, ."- *- 4 "odmisiamtat' .
Cenneclicut.. -- -. 63 yMisisJ p ", -;: '' ''
New York, 3 T.n r,. 3- S... .. .
New Jersey ', 7-e Kentuck, '.',,12,. .
Pdnnsylvania' ThQ26 OliJ t. if3 i'.
- Dlaware% ..3-: -: -- --i- i 3- Indhina, '..'"-.- r-P-
Illjnpis,.,. ', ." .,-uf. '9_l.MM iga, :, m ry 5 v
Mich." Q k :
Afkansap;,.. *- ,3-Mmispur .... ..
Total, 27,5. Neqesary for a dbco-f A woman should .never ..ka-.a ,ve i 4i
", ,..- x.,..i .s *<],K -." .1 -**t*' ..' ri *?t -d
:nentonf her heart nor ,is d wilh6u he4 g<. ,
sdn u .^.O -/:**- .* *-*so .. *;. --^ *.... -' - ,i. *r..h,,.
. o. erp. *T sp, "-- ..-- ;,'
..U 1 hII; .J., sV. e' --'l-f .*v ,i%~ .* 'd "t ; J.-' v "-'* .
'.Bhautyiilhufcetf w.
e6.-.wo,.wras, that tret lif'An'wastldgso..." 4

e T'rPosailin tof an Ed'torT~bii-at(
hthbnor, a. politiciati.rotho~htlTofft; l'ltS __*,.'" J
'.'.- :.,. ,' ,'..,.t-as;aiB ?in N-.;:, "_^, '_-=*.-. -

Journal, to print the ,-i-nutcs-dfthfie.p ij stl'e"
Council and the Ordinances, and..W:.t1b iwM.- &..
berths, the Council proceeded to the ccdtidetaiion'i15.said. -
proposals. ,. '-" 'J '-' '-
SOn ngtiiftof Mr. Roberts, duly .seccnded,*i.d.t'.l
Council adpt tlhe proposition ofJltr. Donmink'get-V i'
City Printing at $80 per year; thie- sanime w "
the casting vote of the Mayor.
Mr. Guyon-moved that the proposition
be accepted, to print the proceedings
$75 per year; which was adopted.
Mr. Guyon presented thie a-
for 6 days work at ;$g2 pr day, which'vwa
allowed at $12 00
On motion, tlhe Council then adjourned.--'. '..
(i; .. ..., *' ':*
Prescott is said to have received seven I. uhdredn'
fifliy'pounds for his Conquest of Mexieo, from. is il.do
publisher, for the first copy,-and of course,_.,vq_ t 05Ju
3 ~~- -- -t
copy-right. This is honorable, both .to author andnizb- '-u
lJsiier, for it is common in England topirate Ai man\
books, jiuC.s K "-e-nA'.- a rff;._ r.\ S'
Questionablc Ad.ticc.-Dr. Galdwell, in addresiing a \ I
class of medical students atthe VWest, said :
"In thie words of Ladj'-Mabceth, 'But screw: your '
courage up to the sticking point, and yo:au-n'n
Be determined-arid, Iike_.1lie soldier. going inito. bat
let ever, one of you resolve to kill your man."
We rather guess that litil& matter will be: f- R4qe
accomplished, without any particularly ".screwing
solres."-Augusta Chronicle and-Sentinel.
From the Buffalo Cammcrcial Adeeq.iser.
The debts if Eur6pe, is tI.' subject of sn
article in i idte number of Hlunt's N
this it appears that every nation in
exception, is heavily in debt. Ea
man Stales pays a I;alp.
i 0,, 1o00 German dollars, equalj to 82 cen
our currency. ThIe English dct.s-wallows up.in inte-
rest; ', oe:tJ[ab.'1alf the revenueoutwhichia, ,
15rBs l^Debt about 8 %1j66000-inLtr4
.- l ,N- %1 a-into t28.
08,O.O:_t-i. A would require ten miIon-4. Br
for igrhty years to pay the principal- of hisminrmcBe -
debt. We extract from the full tbile, ji follhwing:esti
-I -. .- ",
matcsof the deblsof Ihe large powers:. -
Average or .de.,tAo eaeh
Country. i Debt :, inhabitant.
England, $5,556,000,000S ` $222 -.
France, 1,800,000,000 -S4
Holland, 800,000,000 U66
Frankfort on Ihe Main 5,000,000, 90
Bremen, 3,000,000 54
Hamburg, 7,000,000 5
Denmark. 93,000,000 "44
Grceed, 41,000,OQO ,. "44
Portugal, 142,000,000 38
Spain, 464,000,000 ',. ._
Austria,. 380,000,QQO
Belgium, 1.0,000,000 6 30
Papal States, 67,000,000 ., 26
Naples, 126,000,000 16
Prussia, 150,000,000 : 11
Russia and Poland, 545,000,00d 9
How is it possible firLtceGovernrnBnta.ofEurope wi-tih--.
Much a mass of debts upop their shoulders. to adopft,1'
system of free'trad.e ? In addition to the paymentf-a
the annual interest on the above, ten.and d half-millioiA
of dollars, the current expenses for the support -of-- roy-
alily, and the armies and navies by.*hich ;it ii"'eery
where upheld, call for a much larger::reveimue than Ch -.' -
be 'raised by any system bf direct taxation alone. -How"
absurd then to suppose ,that'. they .will admit the produi-
ions 6f 'Amebrican industry to be consumed on-fhepay- "
nenit of a less tax than what is impoed upon the pro. '7
lducfs of their own home industry. ;ill- lhiy love for-
-igndrs better than themselves ? -.. .
Florida, 1565, St. Augustine," Spanisti.
'irginia, 1607, Jamestown, Engishf;
New York, 16-14, Albany, DUtch.'
Iassachuselts, 1620, Plymouth, English.
New Hampshire, 1623, Dover, 4
New Jersey, 1624, Bergin, "-'' a-e.--
)elaware, 1627, C'pe Unlop'n-Sw'di&Pkl. ----.
line, 1630, York,- .- ,-.Eng~giSl
1onnecticut, l133, Windsor, -
laryland, 1634, St. Mlary's, ''
Rhodc Island, 1636, Providence,' '-,'"- '
North Carolina, 1650, Albermarie, r,-'- a-
outh Carolina, 1670, Port Royal, I
hichigan, 1670, -Detroit, Freac! -"
"ennsylvania, 16$2 P'liladelphia,"' Englislt. :
ilinois, 1682, Kaskaskia,. .. Frencnii ,i-
Lrkansas, 1685, Arkansas F'st -. '. "
ndiana," 1690,' Vinc6rines; /-
.,ouisiana, 1699, Herville,-' \' '"- "' \".
klabama, 1702, .-Fort, nrnar.'iubile, 1 / -:
lississippi, 1716,. Nalchwz, -,;. .' -
'ermont, 1725; F M'rt bunmmer, Euglih I
leorgia 1733, Savannah," -" _
'cnnessee, 1756, Fort :Lndon, ";
lissouri, .-,.' i1763,", St. GaneVi've,. ia nch_.


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-LACHICOLA, THURSDAY AN -On S l-day last, we received a copy of the Message
S1of tlhe Governor of Florida, sixteen days after iti had
S NOTICE. been delivered,, toth-eCouncil. \Wc did purpose to review
"Vo paper iIl be sent but on Ike .eiins it at length, but owing to the delay in receiving il, such
-it'oe.fow tdon the outside. this, we trust, a notice would come too late to effect any good end.
ill s d the necessity There are some considerations, however, which cannot
wl th super sede outhe eeds, thaty of he ni-nm well be overlooked, while perusing the document. Every
WA o;' i lo des; re our sheet wt ie hare o citizen has-a right toexpect from the Executive, a faith.
,.,.. l .. ,. y On t!/ f he re'e ,lJ/s of tihe oi ,-
". p'J a6 befitss fu /re ic e.p, ., ul account of his administration ; every member of the
g c._",rrn ,L'..' "_ Legislature has a right to demand such data, concerning
% --7- 2n fle outsideL, w1 I,- tooi]d tlie-procc-ddi-., f the condition of the Territory, as Will inform him of the
i" itt6`'unciIl, of ihe )ih, I 11h and 1l1h ilt. wants of the people. That this message contains these
reasc^h "* w haa,~> 1 *i '*i.*' requisites, we wish it was in our power to aver, yet, that
S at, i, .t i weha the'it does -in sonime measure, we cannot injustice deny.-
At-he Floridian The latter, w are thus far. It bears evidence of having been prepared with great
.'mi e' fr 'caution, for there is but littllle in it that suggests a though',
-!title rcIed a second .coramumcation, hep.. or arouses a feeling. However, that we may not be
,-II is too lengthy for insertion in this, gu1lve ill'iberalit, "we willcondense the fading topics,
I appear in oui nxtic. We may add, -so as to present a true miniature.
t.." ed in an able manner, and, al As a matter of course, the Governor comniences by
lias already ben worn threadbare, we hpe ennumerating the disasters of the pa'tvear, and thanks
says will be read generally by. our .pantov. God for what flood, fire, and caLrpillar have left. tHe
r. u' oi n a e o i( cheers uswithla hope that better times are coming, and
.a vice, the Upahur's nomination as Se retad y of Sta'le, recapitulates the causes on which that hope is founded.
-" ca th 'fn"D re NLstr r-'on d ha ecicon- m-
-brmd.h o as"bi He says that both the Life & Trust and Pensacola
Si r. Nld n' nominal. .. G rl Banks are dead, the latter buried, and the former in the
M.Midn,3 no" n.- tin ats "Attorn~y G, eneral, Baksar ds
r. Ni.dgh'S Legate, dnaiacd s hats b-een en e~r v.c. hands of administrators, having, however, first relieved
t ihS Lc a e ,e e rd ia b"e I c1onnirncd I .
"ttgh S. Legareor d ..r.,i has b..n c d., t [lit! Territory fFom all responsibility on eccount of its
'"- It is reported, says tiho New IYork Exprese, that (e liabilities. The Union Bank, ie lls us, is.in a very
j ,-l-in-.J O. 'Sponcer is noninaiidlf io eaap ... h'abhi ,*cs. The U~n ion Bank, !ie t61ls us, is.in a very
She-.Benh of the Upnoiirrto-d to fill the vacant ey on bad way, and owes for interest alone, in the Bonds loaned
the-. neh of the ,upr rnm C court of t ile U lit cd S states, by the T crritor y $3.10 ,350, w h e -hric om m cnds th
Seaused by the death of thle late Judg.e fhrnp-., i wu to 3 h ic! he recommends the
I 'h c il ;o i. T.""ijlaure to compel the Bank to pay, but how, he
s*IIS BET. leaves it to their wisdom to di% inc. This reminds us of a
]y ;'Calt"m. r fan,*f 'the Steamboat C',arti.lon, zcen. in onc of Bulwer's Dramas, in which thehero tells
SCOtfmhbus, ce arc infornied all the plantations on a dissolute young iian to go asid payl his debts, and re-
h'eC attilioce, below Fort Gainis, are under water, ecives the reply very gladly, sir, but where shall I
c ar'irriy'to learn this, as such overflows are usually b-oirow the money." Now, if tihe Legislative Council
ailowe'dby 'iekuces. dSo far, it is not known that any can tell the Bank, here .$3140,350 can be borrowed, on
or-rious damage has bcen sustained. tIle faith of [lie Union Bank of Florida, we have no

.- TOBACCO. doubt that the interest would be paid, but as for raising
sThe pastir haadcmonBtratcd the fact, tliat Ell c 'that sum out of the assets of ile Bank, as they now stand,
f Florida 'iy a asel suited or the agrlth of theli. withlini anyreasonable tilne,'it isjust as possible,.as would
of Flo'rida -is. 'as"-Weil unitedd for thce growth of the '
fiids of T-bacco, as the Island of Cuba itself. be an attempt to convert moonshine into a steamboat.
reat- danger ol its being cultivated in a Passing this recommendation, the Governor enters
thln.the wnts of consumption requ into a strain of rntoal rcason'ing on the demoralising
hA c id thatnm too many le. cnry of pople availing -themselves of legal quibbles, C
ar -w -eafroe to avoid the payment of their debt, and very just rea-
a' wu-eventuallu y rival Cuba, satobaccoow the Governor has felt it, and
ov,'nS^ .ih, ;':}e-= ......\ e we, perhaps, mng i v ...... ;, h
,n Y.,f p -. ,lieve. Eut it.must be borne e p g .. ". u _rrons
Sinid, that tobacco is an artle ofTurand its con having practised it, if we were to scrutinise vry closely.-
m tit atfo'bacco -is a .' arcleof-uxitry, and its con- Btitl.e must beg 'leave to differ from Gov. Call, some a]
-rinption depends, in a great measure, on caprice For E ff
iifltaneciftlie market be nsurfehe, caprtice. what, in this matter, by regarding such demonstrations
S.urfeitd, at first, the iinpre. o ode ts
"ion:'il'be ...creat. ..ed"thati of as proofs ofdenioralisation. We say that nonebut a de,.
ii' create d ta t is of inferior quality, iuerely m oralise d people will do this thing, the .-ndencies t eok
Afro. .the fact 6.f its abundance, but if it be comparativ- I, l a go a o ps te' as eced: B
place long ago, and to oppose Iheni thn, wasan exte-
.*-cace.fora. few years, it will be a kind that connisseur. .
will prefer, both fro its mildness and flavor. Too m h ngly unpopular cousse in Leon conitly. The tender* t
..ofanv;'c6iriodity, ireatcs a prejudice against it The s occurred in 1 e 39, 184t, and Ihe terrible 1841. t
etacilit with.-wihrt ori.iiat- Gov. Call.:had checked them tlen, there had been th
Y:2 61i.-. .'-'v' ........ .can be procured, origyinlates.. !
Th idea, that tmu'st necessarily b common and Inf no occasion to talk of what now occurs, in-Ahis regard; P
:rTior -"..' '.- as having a demoraliing tendency. But let this pass,
The crops o a met with a ready al a the Gov': rnor is only a year or two behind the tires, and ri
"0 to 45 cents ols.per po bt it a r y se arom he will overtake them by and by. lie evidently ii de-. b
0 to 45 cents per pound, but it was bought, we are in- sirous to avert, as far as possible, the evils which must 'a
Formed, by the purcliasers themselves, rather as an ex. sot o t aro s o which Unions m
pcriment than othcrise.. It is believed that *l be arise out Of the dangerous systmlm, on which theUnion' n
puitednt thacon Otheinntai. maitkct, anbelieved ithat it wiold be Bank has been carried ott. Let ns give him credit -for a
'4 .. Tunid to [fie consuptiniiin ~alfew, yand, ift,'oil ba e 'scrfceo
t .und Eo 'the consumptin n a d i h e this, and as far as it can be done, withoe, a sacrifice of
Sion in aPinciple, unite with him hand and heart. Let this be c
*other limit than lhat of. production. 'Prudent nin pjnipe unite11 will, him "" handi and hat e hsb
other liiit than -that of produlion. 'Pudent mtn, done without refelenec to partly leaders, or personalpre- y
thereforee, will %'ait ill it be wanted, before they plant poiscssions, and Flotida may yet breast the torrent, tl
io any extent.
Ifowe ake t intoconsiderationtil.ae o wvt c hllich threatens to overwhelm some of her fairest re- tl
SIf we take into consideration thc value of the tobacco, gions. It is true, we are among those ,%ho believe that th
:raised in tile United States and Cuba, and the foreign Go. Call s not the best man that could be selected as of
.C clrlamP tile importance of act i udicioutIv at il,
commencement of makince asta ioul t the the Executivc of this Territory, that we have differed' c
-,..oimencement of making it a staple product, will be from him in all must all the leading acts of'his official n
evident. The amount consumed in theil Uitcd Kingdom that thoc differences, so far as they are official, are
of Great. Britain -arid. Ireland, alone, :n t1e vce I tl haf'tlt thlo7c differencess, so fa~r a lear0& r(,tl
of Great. Britain-aid. Ireland, alone, in tlme year 15t0 irreconcilable, but %, e are very far from refusing him, q
was twenty.tuwo and a quarter millions of pounds. The aid to accomplish good. We would remove him to mor-'
ei.'i-mey.' ar, the value of the exports of the same article,
~.yrB the valued of Stae ewports of t5me sam3 arti, row, if we could,-but in so d"ing we should be actuated T'
,frri the -United States, u;as $1,576,703. Now this, by motives vry different from those which arise from'. a
ith tieiadditioal of about $2,000,000 worth from Cuba, p iiy e entertain none towards him, and'
that is exported for European consmpi per sona hostility. We entertain none towards him, and:
,sialt hatsnportedf Ere c nsion, for we do not think he harbors any such towards us. In d
zether'Canada, nor ihe WVest Indies, export ani. Now,' many relations we like him, but It is as Mr. Call, the a
these facts present matter for serious reflection, and if l n n a G r C l t r a it
the cultivation of tobacco, in Florida, be managed jidi.. eiizem, not at Glovernor Cale the Excutive. Against t
ciously, there is nro reason whly it should not command, him, as ielatter, we have onplaits of the most seri- (
mes eftaracter, amounting,. in fact. to a charges of nper. 1,
:the very highest price. But we must wait till it is want. ems et'racter, amounting in fact, to a charge of per. 1
ed. This year it will be ,ntroduced general, and if it vthat lawful authoy. ealle tagansthim, t
*hould,-J.appen to please those who use it, there is no ed it. far fronhelicle g pblys do ,orali than he foster- -
dou4-it will be sought after, aand maintain a price that mr, iyet he was, prolydu, no w e than the coan-
wzill"ichl repay the cilhivator. We might have addedin whichhe lived, but, a an" t bec b of j
lthatte production haavalready increased to neary filling thc Ctair that lie occupies, should be better than
has,._ alr;ady' increased to nearly the men of evil times, wiser than the selfish shortsight.
-otib!-.ithiin the last- two or three year.s. In 1340, ednsss that embraces time expedient follies of the day, 3
Hlorida'only produced about 7GOO0 poud? lli cr 1 i p' ,
F '"Y p u ,00 pu nd., ,hi .year and superior to the weakness of following the multi. r
the ct~op will he, at' least, 13o,0 pounmds;. i" ,,i," :
..p wl b a l.-5,0. tude to do wrong. We would have our executive in-
.Asthis is a subject of gi'eat interest, to tme people of vested with the dignity of virtue ; we would have him t
-Gadsden county particularly, it is Well to slale lhat the one before hom the wicked would tren ble, on whcnt
S mere'hant who hiave ,rincipally dealt iii Florida tobac. the good could lean. Is Governur Callsuch a one'
-o, are Farrier & Co., Mr. 3. G. Ropes, and W. 6. We are compelled to say no, though such are bur feel-
Porter & Co. From thie first named of these houses, we wings towards him, that we would gladly claim -an af- i
learn, thiat[a short time since they had a small quantity fimrmatie.
\ of .GdsdenTobacco manufactured, and that it possessed n But t s a d no, is n ti i I t
al the quliie of tpmtris in' Cua an A But, this is a digression, now is not the time, (Ih s
all the qualhtie- ot hat_'rai~sed in.Cuba, and loeaty .1 1 .*- 1 *.' ,
*ita exactly not time place, neither is it time occasion, to enter into the r
imilar.tlat tobacco dealers ,,ihemfelves, were unable to general merits of Goy. Call, as the executive of this r
L d Territory. We have no wish to enter fully into the evi. -

..: ."' 9ONSISTEN'CY OF ABOLITION. dances of the moral influence he has exercised, but, e

,.&'.J a- Mr)-W.cndeHll Ph~hillips, known as one help looking around, to see where they appear.' Far be V
ho.e w-rong--headed men, offered a reso- it from us to say an ilhlatured thing concerning him, but,
V, x-g. ._|.Ir.iAdamF, as.recreant to the cause alas, some of them bear the great seal of State, and E
h1 b jty ?.and strhge to say it passed hy a ma. have all the dignity that can be attached to a proelarna-
Iity Now,, whatever, we. maythink ofMr. tion. Withus, to descant in this strains a solemn du.
o'ne can deny but,-Ilie has been 4thc main sup. ty, and one that can only be avoided by violating the
"tpar er ofthemr vies. :..Tle only respectability that par. :the most paramount obligations to God, to man, and to
--. pos91sse.'fi'ed fromMr. Ad. d now that our own conscience. Notwithstanding this, however,
,r" h ^ he -ve,"o' .ciect recent c- "ha pion, l if Gov. Call proposes to dogoodi it becomes an equally
-ony,.reasonabl anc.,r-, ccJ with thie--, ef paramount obligation, to aid him to the extent of our,
:only sreaiabld" man 0.ogne'.e ihtem41, fol
4.. with .lcm -ji .c. f-l"'. r
;. 'w'ill-hereaftor exejte.irtor "oT mirth than anwge. Aboli. ability, and, whether it be called consistency orinconsis i
.. inism w, tou W-Aj-a 'Mr. Adams, is lk -artillry tency, we shall do so. The only consistency that.we 1
m~ihu.'~x.M:Adams, is hke' artillery a.dos.w
5'a: mu- lie" m e "-'' Pno strive to maintain, is that of always pursuing as far as-h
..w -and the Harlequin 'in the Panto. k g...
^ "T "is scarclye.essjunn3,when he beast' .the cast.lc our knowledge extends, the wisest mean. to the wisest v
wmttliBw'o^dJ t than: is Abolitionism thout ends. Now, if there bean i-npending evil, of great im- P
'K-..i.l," ;a is Ab"litio "! I .. ..u
mMr d -,-Th' bDa esi"of their ingratitu Y oth-ir pomtanccand.the Governor is dcsirpus of averting it,, 2
eaderBis-'ied b~ hefolif.o o-ter"f'tiei '" pr'neples.' good men ought to unite with him to that single end,
yjq~ e roY rnihip es. l
:.. ;. .* I so long as lie pursues it wisely. Farther Ihan this we
L T t.IIEE., *.L. .. ." cannot go for any man, but thns far we will go, even r
ti o sloop Fe't asin eonemprnla. vith a Governor whom we would remove, tomorrow, if f
l^ion. q 0.S I 4e nn, (for an. possible. Those who would do ctherwise,bhuwcvermuch t
aMaon''. Wt' cir oall s e. -'-- We 'e' jiie-sd or
a il,.hot cit.y toTal.ahassee.. Wle they may asseverate their patriotism, ther 4isintercsted- o
rit. rti tec;,otm-.tp ihegood feeofurownness,.their republicanism, or their Lod'e.iXo'oism,- if you t
,, th ll..-& smh'.an arrangement pleaLqg, are demagouucs, and as little fitted for official P
.,1.; W .afriia'ri- into, offec.t at but 'stations, as Oov. Call is for tLie executive chair of Flo. r-
t b~~~e, a~ e -with very little t a t"
e -an. W Q da wih vr l tl ida, at heamc time, they havq not sufficient moral
I UM: Outt ba carrie I to'efflqa
..e" b c ie toeffe, at ntegrity to title them to personal respect. .
--i'- tabless win, T ahas. I J "d
^..,i ... .a 1 4 th poip.t, w, are compelled to divide. gur notice, .'
ep^cophl1..' this .tthg, piaip4der shall appearon-he firp.t page, in.ourrz
.'l ^ ,' ,* a
*!I~?A~" ~- gig
4, W~- .?-

tHE FVII)rr.Ni. -
In the article of la.t week, weonr, sco
ry, general reasorring, on this all elgwssi
this occasion, We propose, faintly h ay
strongly as we arc able, to present Ivei
we have arrived at- the conviction #1hat
moralhation has not only Fc-t injio th
penetrated society through all its 'mifica
it in men of all grades of intellieice, ei
and it appears in a'.1 lthe re-lation of life
the rufrals dedicated to learning have
resist it, tlIe halls or legislatic are (
pulpit opens its djor and ,bids it Ielconie
ed to the ben'h, the bar, and licabinet
found in the quiiLt eloct of the 4lolar, i
of theIn mechanic, in the- counrtin ruom
and on ti. lable of t!e money clnge-r.
and fair dealing, have almost [cnmc
To be industrious in some ust1h pursuit
as conclusive evidence of stupity, to b
bor for the reputation of meanpss. It
dation that 'a man is unasstiLing, virti
his vows,itd a practiser ofthelestscru
in all his -transacti-onL. Th4sacred of
are performed but to gratify (e cupidit
or minister to thc vanity ofl thicongregat
passion of love has become ajlljpct of
tear of widow, the sorrow othe orphar
of the btereavd, are only rsected, in pr
may be converted into the I ahs'of pee
To be benevolent is to ensu ruin ; to b
invite insult; t6 be just is toplicit persec
the general character of thd times, and
be, nay, that there are, son individual
fully admit, and fimly belive., We th
few such, and they are the It of the ea
the future, and the salvatii of thepres
in them, We shall abide byihem, will sh
Os, and~intcrpose if need I., our own pe
them from harm. WVith tl.m we are in
and'-with one heart, one squl, one min
and one common forttine. 1w will togel
end.6f time. Tlhey will either bend t]
ior bow the head to the Golden Calf, v
of the earth have set u4. These arel 1
vho will not drink ofthfli waters of the fi
ts loud surges-beat in% ,in against the ai
have trusted their strength. In the Dei
n ,at the t
ingry wavus.-B,,,,.w.sw, we repar-., I-.
earth, the salvationn of the present-the
Lure. --- -..,
But the evidence. Here it is hn d6
aid, that the tide of demoralisation *ei
hrouglih'all its ranitficatimjns. In other w
hat it is seen in the social circle,-the pu
he general business of nmankidd. Now
In the social circles do we not every
ious Iamblers, fugitive ciniminals, access
nllies, brcakers7of iaith, cheats, swidne
nd"defaulters of every grade and hue.
ien patronised,' courted, feared, and fla
ny one doubt this, if so, let us thus
Friend, retire, to thy'closet, and shut to
all over the names of all those with who
yesterday, whom thou met at the last so
thoroughly examine how many ai e one,
these bad men. "We have done this often
hough our associates have been more cho
f most men, we should blush to own how
ome within ohe or the other of these
nothing of the oppressors, the takers of
he appropriators of the orphan's crust,
uiet, unobtrusive, virtue; yet, these are
s no use going into an argument to p
These truths have been demonstrated
gain. Ahd, what is more conclusive t
nonstration, the experience of all record
Lubitably established them., Do we not se
.11 the good that springs from social coa
hey not,gratified with high sounding
Generals, Captains, Honorables, nay eve
ed Governors,'and, in very truth, Govern
hey governevery thing. They are. the
he young, the favorites of the beautiful
lential friends of the pure. All the pleas
rom' communion .are laid at their fee
iees this, yet who-has the courage to sa
fe men of iniguity." What would be
should say : "Bad men shall not sit at
aot 'be warmed by my hearth, shall not I
if my sons, shall not be the companion
ers, What would be the fate of om
hus, we repeat ? Ah, this is a fearful
ye Will give the answer; persecution, eo
perhaps wounds, and probably assassins
n somc parts of the earth. No man wh-
he eirrent of events will deny this, and
et him go to the Capitol of any State, o
ing the Legislative Session, and in the
French deputy, who, during the revoli]
rom his seat: "Je demand le arret de
t tons les pohirons." I demand the
naves and dastards." Let him do this,
mnd protect him, feir he would be beset

nemnies. But if his demand were: coi
garth what an-" overturning therewoe
would not be jails enough in the whole e
hem. We should see Judges, Legislat
Lawyers, Doctors, Merchants, Planters
politicians Whig,'Locofoco, and.Cons
nd Anti-Bank, ARepudiator aiidAnti.Re
il e' jumbled up, in confusion most con:
Such is the shape in which we offer th
Ilispoint. To have been more particu
6ave hadto be more pointed thaa we, at tl
Vhat -we have written is not intended to
particular section of country, nor to any
al. But that we have.a meaning, we b
want to sound the tide in all its depths, to fi
its'sinuasities, arms, and bays. .We hav
emote idea of abandoning the matter he
aull of it, and we will speak; come what
his, we shall make no pretensions to'hav
6r wiserv than our neighbors, but reflcetit
ho' scales from our eyes, and, by God's'hI
lose-the evil, though we wvll know that
aectit. -

Ix I"f our old frierfd, Freneman Hunt,
ent us With a, complete'copy of the Me
ine, we will make extra cts from it, fron
s occasionn may icquircand- always giv

'^ Z^ -' v- -!''

ATION. TlHE MARBLE YARD. K -[Duinin tlme past few days, our city hasbeen en.
Those- who ricad thie advertiseniment of iflSr.NiAN AND livened, by tile presence of a number of young Ladies
FORD, will perceive lhat they have established a Marble from Jackson county, and it has always been customary
)me introducto. Yard, it this city. Yesterday we were invited to. call, to notice such airivals flatteringly. Their sty hair, no
"g "ubject. n anid examine some specimens of their work. We did so, doubt, been rendered v.ry agreeable, by a trial down *e
be, but still as and were much gratified. We also enquired concerning Bay, and a Ball at the Mansion Hoiu's. Had Ihiere'bebn
denee on'which their prices, and found them reasonable, which is the no other reason, business would have prevent d our par.
the tide ofde- great dlesideratumn. While on their premises, we witnes.- taking in these festivities. However, we will relax so
he land, but has sed the operation of piecing a broken slab of veined Mar- far, as to give them a pressing invitation 6t" visithe
1tio0. Wesee ble, such as are frequently used for tops of sideboards, ".FLORIDA JoB.N.L" Printing establishment&" anlh.
very profession, centre tables, and bureaus. This we ihad ihoiglit to-b& thet sh-all see-what we ray about them. The.hieylay of
The walls of -'lt-u-3, bt o" n 's'c an',',i -h
h walls of impossible, except in cases where all the fragments re.- youth i. over with mi-, button stch an oceasion4iith
not been able to .- .b -t...... .
o een ae o gained, bill, from what We saw, we learn that vacant- such a theme, who knows, but that we might be inZ ed
overflowed, the- ..
spaces, caused by losing some of the small pieces, can to write something d'ed with fancy's roseate liffl.'
, it+ fiaq pextend./ } '. i, + ', *
' it has -be filled up. By small pieces, we mean those not larger It would, be an act of re-mi-mrrs, not to state, that
. Its traces are than four inches square. CAPT. SHARPI.s, of tIe S,'rn, played the host with
n the workshops As tIhe process is, 'o many of our reader', a novel oei, much grace, and spared ne;tlier trouble nor expense to
f the merchant, we'will endeavor to describe it. When a piece of.mar- render the trip dox.vn the Bay agreeable. Fortunately
Truth, honesty, ble is missing, the workman cuts from the back of the for somebody, lie happens to be a bachelor, but when he
obsolete virtues. s lab he wishes to repair, a sufficient quantity of small goes a courting, lie must be careful not to take his steam-
, is looked upon chips, with a chisel. These he is very careful to keep boat with him, l.sl the ;ioise of time pipessh6uld' Wake the
e frugal is to la- clean, or, rather, he avoids any intermi.xture of even the old folks- up. Thus much, ho\;evccr, we can say for him,
is no recommen- smallest quantity from any other blocks.. This isindis. notwithstanding steamboats', that lie it quite eligible, is
ous, faithful to pensable, because marbles almost all differ from each very comfortably otT, and is an unobtrusive', amiable,
pulous integrity, other, ia grain, and, of course, are more Or less susep. plolit., and obligminc-g man. No''., Ladies, who spaks first,'
offices of religion tible of polish, according-to their,.fineness.
:y of the priest, The chips, we have mentioned, are then ground up e h DENTISTRY.
Lion. The holy There have been so many pison in this profsn
utin Theh very fine, almost, indeed, as fine as flour, and made into w h n hlala rea
S nation, thea paste, with some kind of cement, the constituents of who derve thname ofh ans, that when really
m, and the grief whichare a professional secret. This paste is filled in to skilful practitioner artice., it is the duty of those who
portion as they the vacuity, and so unites with the main body of the have the public ear, to recomm,:end him to favorable con.
,uniary profit.- sideration. In the present instance, we doso with great
y pr slab, that the eye cannot detect the ,ine of union. The a w
be amiable is to pleasure, and name Dr. Finch as one worthy of confi.
amiable hole then undergoes the process of polishing, and is dece. We do ti te more herfully, from having
;uton.Suc is ., r, -. ,- -- ,denc'e. We do this llhe more cliccrful y, from having-
ution.said tobe asstong as when ft cut out of the quarry.. ,
that there ia T e a vr w he.atto o te .ry. found him as much superior in intelligence, as hlie is in
tha This last is a very laborious operation, and beforethe. .
exceptions, we polish ,, a t.b skill, to those ignorant pretenders, who.have somfrdquent-
polish can be attained, the slab has to be made warm by y, ot-e o u that
link we, know a .. ly di;.raced one of [lit- mo.t useful .rofcssions that can
i friction, which is accomplished by rubbing it with a-be followed. "
trth, the hope of heavy stone, faced with flannel first, and afterwards ______ ___
sent; We glory linen. A little water, and a polishing powder, are also THETARIFF;.- :-
are all their tri used. Thie-re. have bcn three atterhipts t disturb the Tur;f,
arson, to protect When finished, it is impossible to discover any differ, all of which have failed. The South, therefore, has
divisibly united, ence between the manufactured and native marble. little to thank a Democratic House of Representatives
d, one purpose, Both pr sent the same appearance precisely, and to all for. Many politicians contend that ihe Tariff lias done
her pass to the intents and purposes, the repaired slab is as good as new. much good, but hlien they reflect that, by shutting out
he knee to Baal, We mention this, because there are manypersons, in the European fabrics, they have forced manufactures at the
whilh the tri -es country, who possess broken slabs which they would be North to' rcpition, arid converted. Egypt, Brazil, anrid
that noble few, glad to repair. Such an establishment was-very much India, into cotton growing countries, they have but lit
'earful tide, and needed, and, we trust, it will be liberally encouraged. tle grounds for boasting of their prescience. Had inan.
rk in whichthey Their stock is large, and affords a favorable opportunity ufactures, comnierce, and agiiculture, becm permitted
ni's name, they to select. Th m~invite the public to Visit them, if for no to advance % naturally, we should not have witnessed the
u'"lowings of its i --.- n'- tU-_-- --f-s extremes of wea Ith a'd poverty, which are.so apparent, '
hoe ofthefu t ELECTION 0F OFFICER?$ BY Tr -PE L between tIe Noith and South. It.is true that the ma-
1hope of -ths- fu. iI~fCT36-P L E-
S-Moat of the cilizqqcAof liorida are awA _had nufacturing states h Jr iehed at the expense of
tail. Firat we fJma5 :'o io, ,"f-:- oh Territorial ,enae, the l !' England,but i--is also true thatthe cotton growing and
taill' JFirat; we 0 -*' t ll a. . ,'. .. .- '. .
er s.ociy ,i, or elected by the De-aqc4ts of Middle -lorida, fi,_ other agricultural states have been impoverid-ied to tle -
ioeirree socit a 'ee becmm inpvrh t t thi
orda thiman -Tnomas Baltzell, introdueed sonime rioeatiir, recent' f Eaypt4.gi?-^', All that we contend
, T ean .6 r 7"2 for i :"-
blc f.ru, an mending Congress topassa law;-autllrisininus Terriom. c"a(ff*Djgfustj.lhcrc, inl fos-
lio forum, ans pii r i Co nr tering one imnteresl, when.- b t* .- -sT ...
,....-f ~ry to elect the Governor, and such other officers, as ar '.' o ttae4.-vaan
lor tne specinc tage of another, that hax9isqua-... "
f, o nsdlerra
now held under federal, appointment. 'he Governor. tg .o ao, v' -a 'e 'n,.s. cnidena-
. T ,ion. And that suchjis tne iisuhlt lie "^?1^; .
in his last message, makes a similar recommendation, Adta :-u ch it .. ..i- 9te _m' -yo
day meet noto. .. ..I.. i atural, as it s ll n n4gt should suee Jo v. -
da me nt-and does it apparently, with some feeling. Since then, .. l- -
aries to murder, a dispute has arisen, as towhat party the merit of the I OlU N e0 l Ci tj TIAMBIMRI 'XV
Oilers, deceivers, measure belongs. The Floridian insists that -it is exclu-. 7Ta,:do. Eve.or, Jim. 16, ,
Are not these,- CouiCJ.L ths Evening.
Arenotthese sively Mr. Baltzell's, the Sentinel says it emanated front -ouil i m. Evening. r .
atterced ? Does the'Whiig party. Surely Mr. B. did not authorize the Pre-.nt, G. hi,.Miayr. C..ncinn, i ri
address him:- Floridian to make such an assumption. For if titere be Schiff--:r, iSminw (--m, IVod. Ciciw l5t, f-ior-
o thy door, and any merit in originating in the measure, Mr. Baltzell ha and Bjl.-:,:l. *.
om thou dinedst-. Minutes of the last meeting were read and appf-wved.
dinedst as little right to claim it, as any other citizen of Florida. Mr "
oeial patand M X.ood, from'tlie special enminitt,-r-appolimte"c
eial party, and Nine years ago, as any person can ascertain, who will Mr.Woodfromlhespeac ap, c .
or the other, of lok at the published proceedings of the Council that fer with thie City Attorney, rport-d, timc draft of "an
i, and often, and sat in 1834, on page 37, William P. Duval, then Gov act to establish and organize a MAayor'- Couril, for the
Dice, than those eor of the Territory sent a message to the Legislative City ofApalachicola,;" whicli w.asr:ad liy thi, clerk and
v many of them Couancil, in the following terms approved. .
classes, to say TALLAtASSEE, EXECUOIVE OFFIEI,' On motion of Mr. Wood., dly" ".-m L"Iid- -Ordiu
widow's goods, JAN.UARY; 2th, 1834. that lthe Mayor be itu.t.d to;. forward -to. i,,u.''pic.
the revilers of To the President of the Legislative Council: sentativc, the draft of said act, and request hintm to pro-
Sbad men. It Sir-1 have always held the opinion, that the choice mote the passage of the saminein the Territorial Coun-
rove them so.- of Chief Magistrate of rtIHr belonged to the People, cil. .
over, and over and the best interests of the country require that he On motion of Mr. Roberts, duly F>,-:.idcd, the Coun-
tliari logical de. should hold his trust directly from the freemen over, cil went into the re.considcraeionth ol h' ordiniie woio
led time ihas in- whom he is to preside. titled An Ordinance to prevent the erection of woodn
e such enjoysng In the formation of our Territorial Government, im., buildings within certain limits,- and Sec. lst 'w amen- -
nfidence? Are mediately after the cession of Florida, the recognition dccd, by interlihing the words, "unless tnad,:e- reproof.
titles, Colonelsi of this principle, would have been unwise, if not imnprac Mr. Guyon piesd ted the account of Joh p6aaon, om
en some are cal. .1. for labor and drayage, wvhieh was passed ad. allowed,
mors they are, for Onr inidr6aed population at this time, and its prcscnt at 12,00-'
companions of condition,justify the conclusion, that the people of Flo- Mr. Guyon asked that the committee -I otret
.1, and the confi- rida would exercise this pWet With cred.it to thcmsclves and i mpovcmn ts, be instructed to cause t,, rb~evovcd
Lures that spring and advantage to our country. timc old tin and other rhbbish lying abotit the ^cets, as
t. Every body C s in is w c fra t 0 son arid as cheaply as possible; and said committee
t. Every" body .Congress in its wisdom can frame' tle organic lawi. S*r 6isrce b'y teCt~i."'":
y, "Go from me to secure the interests of the United States which may were nstitnf Hencoc"n. '
Ishis fate, who be confided to the Governor, and~confer on the People of' The petition of Mr. -HdncocW to have thyus amid
myhboard, shall the Territory this desirable-privilege. care of the Promenade, was read by tihe clerk, and on -
be the associates Entertaining these views and principles, I deem it not motion of Mr. RobdrtS, duly-secondee'it is ordeal, that' 3
is of my daugh- improper to state to the Couneil, that any measure they a committee of two be appointed to let out lhe ihonmda ]
e who would act may adopt to obtain this grant of powcr from Congress, Promenade for the ensuing year.. Thm Chai. n .med
question Bt. ^ *i j j Mr. Roberts and Mr. Wood,.sai.d comm}ttee. .
question. But .ill receive my approbation and/cordial concurrence. ro t n Mr. W m : ...,,
ntumely, insult am respectfully, your obedient servant On motion of Mr. Roberts, duly secorndedj thmMayo-r "-
.tion, if he lived WILLIAM P. DUVAL. is addcd to the committee of finance. "
to has watched This document, which contains the same idea, rc r. Wood moved, dull seomided, t-ntth- lidetse du.
ifnn dnitit *. ... ,.1 i*- i from Mr. IIackett,;for .an e ^hibditi.- last evening, at
if any doubt it, cisely, as that for which the Floridian claims the merit r-. lan Ieouset to .r a d m tii.tioum laut enig at
or5Territorydu- of originality, for" that good Democratifc SenatorM Mr Mn. i .brm.it .. t -.... n t'n -p "ty
language of the Baltzell," was referred to a select conimittee, consisting the Chair amid losti '.'--"," .
ition, exclaimed of Messrs. Blount, Smith, Robinson, "n-a"'" .This Mr. Roberts offered the fTlowing rc loton, which was
t om i s 7 e~ o tti/n, .... .. o..* < .. a d o p te d l.R e so lv e dU, i ta .t .;: tios les coquna committee made a report in favor, on the succcedomg a e -.;m-t-.... .c, :o
...t f ii , n, -i ,i r a n d im p ro v e inen t , a re rIi .m ty -a u lh o r iz e o to una v e t ue
arrest of all the 14th of February, and recommended the following" remog a i e -r :b' authorize ,.'r
and heaven nitv ,c vacant lots i~exi to Mehssr. Lockhart & Y-oun'g' filled '

.,;( r ..... ,. .. r ... .. .. up to the proper grade, at th ,2 expense of.&A lc u ^ - & ,
t with a host of RESOLVrED, That the Deldgate toCoingress b'e request. u .oe gra. d a tgAm- expene of.
mpliddwith, oh .. t n inoliin ol Mr. W)ojd ltpll GsB ,,- l *
mplidc wnith, oh ed-to use, his exertions to obtain a reorganization of our .On i tioi of Mr. Wo'd 1u
uld be. There Territorial Government,- so as to authorize the people te ,S'u tLdis t %^-.
country to hold Elect the Governor and Secretary thereof, and to have Council met this evening. i jr' f ^.ii "
ors, Preachers, a Senate added to rhe'Legislative Department." Present, D. G. Raney, ai 0 : o-
, and a host of RESOLVED, That copies of the Governor's message of 'berts,Schiiff.r, Bahbcock, itrra ood
ervative, Bank the 25th Jinuary, and the foregoing :Resoluiion be duly I Minutes of thie-last mcelii ,- rcid and approved
pudiator, would certified and forwarded to our Delegate to Congress.- ; The clerk read the .coimrnm on bf the TaxiCol,
founded. Which wasread and agreed to. lector in refereeice to certain lot's tld y himh for taxes,
me evidence on We admitthat these resolutions do not contain all and which the.,purchaer refused to tkhe thie Deeds for,
lar, we should that is included in those of Mr. Baltzell, but, it. is very and pay the purchase money.
histime, choose.: easy to improve upon such a hint.- Furthermore5 we: On motion of Mr. Roberts, doly seconded, thfitntiou
apply to any, well remember, that sometime last winter,some member was laid oveFtill thd next Tt ..
special iindivid- of Congress, from Georgia, we think, at least a foil. ; Mr. Roberts from tlie d6mrred
oldly aver. We; night before the resolutions were. proposed' in the Florida the letting out of tihe. FloridPn ie"a'd" aeort
ollow it through Senate., recomi mnded the -same thing in thIe Hiouse of that the same shouldjb.-lt 40e1'y1&r-m No
e not thc:most Repr ecniklic,,at.Vashington. We are by no:mfnis taking itbound to fence iti.} .'l...
re,'our- heart is plitieally friendly tq.Ex.Governor. Duval, but tofileh- Guyon moved, duly. secondde a''. cot.,
may. In doing from thielittle rigt.h 6 does possess, is rather too bad, power tolease the Florida Prominade i:i accordaa .i
re been better, and if wo ,caU.4 AI it, it ;sall not be done. At all their report, which was adopted. j "':'
on has removed events, we .will t all-times, expose tlme attempt, if we The Clerk;xcad the. petition .o, Irs. Susan, Stna
elp, we will ex- are able,'no mati who may make it. One mote remark, to have the noteaf her -husbandfiar Market. St
we cannot cor. 'and we have doiti, this subject. IThis is a fair illustra. given up and cancelled, dpon l rpayfh"r n1S.
tion of the politi an ajienit of parties in. Florrda. late husband used s id strlli-
"To make one ir.a p 'X i at belbore the.pcoble, tj-ey the death l'i f aad and
Esq., will pro- would rifle from e .rmsour&dea div rfetpe .ttlj. 4l ,: ki otion". au thll -..'eeo
orehaits Maga. ling they Shall borrrajn ,ry4
n time to time, please, provided ta 41s0 .%""
e duc credit, ill: inateral.s I .-n t
.-. +. -+ c-. ze .-- .. '

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On motion of Mr. Guyon, duly seconded, it was or.
dpred that a committee of three be appointed by the
Chairman to consider on Mr. Orman's claim, and report
thereon. Messrs. Guyon, Babcock and Roberts were
Sappointed said committee. .
,,4Ir. Wood presented the petition of J. H. Davis and
3, D. Myers to have Market Stall No. 1 transferred to
ihem instead of the one leased by them, and on motion
'of Mr. Wood, duly seconded, it was ordered that the
' prayer of the petition be granted, on condition of their
i. leaving the' fixtures put by them to their ':itall.
`ic-*hif'r presented the account of Owen M. Con-
0 -o ,. Tbar4qf pauper Grey, which was passed and al-
lowed at $3.
Mr. Guyon moved, seconded by Mr. Robert, that the
.lion of Mrs Stenseen, and Messrs. Davis and Myers,
Si and the action had thereon be re-considered, which w~s
Adopted. '
And further, that a standing Committee, to be called
the Market Committee, be appointed by the chairman
Which was carried, and the Maylvor named, Messrs Guyon,
Schier and Clements.
Whereupon, Mr. Guyon moved that said petition be re-
ferred to said Mlarket Committ. c to report thereon at the
next meeting, which was adopted.
I The Council proceeded to the consideration df the re-
V.ivised.Ordinancesi and the Ordinances entitled,
S"An Ordin'ance" regulating ihe salaries of certain
'officers, 4c.;"
An Ordinance establishing and regulating a Mar.
;kcl. &c.;":
An Ordinance to prc vcnt hogs, dogs and hliorsesgfrom
running at large;"
An Ordinance in regard to Weights and Measures;"
"An Ordinance repealing former laws;"
Were severally read by the Clerk, and duly. passed by
their respect i ve tit kes.
On motion, the Councel then adjourned.


Chamber of Commerce,
Officers elected for 114.
B. F. NOURSE, President.
ISAAC M WRIGHT, Vice President.
P C KRAIN, Secretary and Treasurer.

Committee of Arbitration.
Committee on Appeals.
DA..VID R.%rcv- ..-

Arrives Ehurspidyand ,uihdayy ". 7P.I.
sClosesx'liurridr and 'MLaday, ."^l-nofighl
t ,if,* __,,* .v .' -.. ,,' -* '
S' L"- E'-'D, ATE S;
.^.,,spoul,''. :'i... ...: r| 'Neii vo ...... Jan.i
;-1 ..Hai*fr,.. .':..*;.-;'!.."" "f'1 9 *-0. Cha,1e-t,,n,. .... Ja,,' 1M
E: Havanar..:... : .Jan. 1.'? Nev ( lear .... '.

S LIVERPOOL, via New' York, on the 1st, 6th, 1 lth,
1 I6tlf, 21si and 26th, of ev(.ry -i'r.th. -
HAVRE, via New York, on the 1st, Stii. 17th and
54th of every month.
LONDON, via New York', oni the 1st, 10th Lid 20t
S of every month.
From England. From America
Britannia January 4 February 1
Caledonia February 5 March 1
SAcadia March 4 April 1
f-tr Letters int,'nded to go by Vh Ne Y'6rk Packets
should be deposited in the Pot Otffice at Ih 'a't ten da&ys
before the day of departure from New Yd6k-"" p'6st
To Liverpool................. ..... ..5-8d. per lb.
To Havre..................... ..... none.
To New Yorl, .... ....... 5-8c. -
To Boston ..... ............... ..5 58
To Providence....... ......... .... 5-8c. -
tIo New Oileans........ 10...0:. ets. per bale

00W ','aecks at sight nn New York.... ....par-
S i ". B>l |,- a. Charleston, .... ..par.
-iS' avannah,.... ....par.
.";! t'( ," Au'n.ta,.......... par.
,i*lls on New York .... 30 days.... 3-4 a 1 per c disct.
|| (Ji .... t dava...; a 14' ".
__.i .... 90 day's.... interest off.

Owing to the unsettled state of' the weather, but lit.
has been done out doors, for the Mast three days.
tranbactions of the week, endii last evening,
nt to 2,045 bales, at an advance of from to A a

re are vague reports, in town, tlhai there has
great rise in the market, at New 'York, but, from
ptldns'of the mail, nothing authentic lia3 been
vedi, It is ten days since we had a Northern mail,
onsequence of the bad weather in the up cointri'y.-
hisreport, probably, has its origin in tlie orders that
Aghave been sent fromri Columbus, to the agents of the
,' uyers there, not tb sell, but to heep buying, and ship
'i ith all despatch. Holders, therefore, although the
;) markett i fldctuatirig, are firm in their demand,and buy.
S'a are anxious tOId purchase, but are unwilling to do so
i an 'advance.
There are several features in the cotton market, thiE
7 -ason, which are not usual. The nearest data, on
which we come to this conclusion, is up to the 23rd of
"- mcember. At that date, the entire shipments of cotton
' piom the United Slates to foreign ports, were 15'2,7-21
".alcs, reckoning from Sept ; while last year, at the same
.he, the amount was 4-150,046 bales. This, supposing
6 1hf'-b.o years to have been equal, would
tve 0.0,000 bales larger stock in the U. S. than was
'.ere at this time last year. But this is not the ease, for
e:crop, it is ascertained, will not-exceed 1,700,000
les. The following table shows the amount received,
c: Ion hand, at the respective dates..
It ""p ,' ft Se t s,t and
S tement'of comrii"pative reccipts,"frr Set sand
0 ind stocks of cotton to dats, or .1843 and I.-14".
\ "" : Receipts "..'' Stocks.
.1\\ '1.8:*1... 18 1811 1842
l "larla1,)D'c. !B.268,143 3.39.429 6 138,885 .125,629
e, ..6.0 _4.-1941313 -i95,771 60,041 57,279
...V '1' 2'1.,97,21, 23,375'., 19,000 14,00o
3\ 72,895 120,935 .. 37479 33,!212
V \1"olfia 5I ill1,774 129,63- 40,749 40,279
W rpta' "-'iK,. P 2,4941- 2,642 300 400
.!-,1,:..,,: ?i4,250..' 5,000- 2,250 2.000
Ports, 6. 3,478 5,939 .50,000 52,000

Q'tal, -, 8,468' 712,730 413,804 306,799
'this cxposeand the datalpreceding, it fnllows,
o'ii deL fi.firey, when'compared with the stock
cari-the Lierpool' market; of 300,000 bales,
V the'totafipro'Luce of tlic United'Sralmes is not
b l3,0t00-I-bales. 'In othlr'wei90s, there is not
"'t.9ncet the demarn'd for .l op.ean con..
Swas 4-his tirhe last yar,. b '.30,000-

Sto-h' on hand 1st of October,
Received up t 18th Janua'y, 511
E te. 4 ilC 1 J 24

Exported up to the 18th January, 2&
* S ine.,','. -,T ,-

Stock on hand,



316 33720

Per ship George Skolfield-1555 bales cotton.
Per ship Charlemagne-1i185 bales cotton.
Per barque Gleaner-809 bales cotton.
Per brig Florida-4T4 bales cotton.
Per barque John Brower-902 bales cotton.
Ship MAr deimseld--- 606bales tin.
-, ". RtrM TParkd-r-iwo'--6-res.
P,-r eclhr Foam-20"Biles cotton.
Per barque Gilbert-81 1I bales cotton.
Per schr Lion-217 bales cotton.
- Per sehir Seminole-2-00 balh s'cotton.
Per schirC H Hooper-126 bales cotton.

.Per schr Cape Cod-325 barrels.,
Per schr Mary Wilkes-213 bales cotton.
', 1 1 IMPORTS, '
Per schr Foam, -oiiM N'e Orleans--41 bb'lsmolasses,
52 do whiskey, 75 ''do flour fo Kimbrough and Ridcrway,
S379 pkgsindze to D McNab, 137 toJ A D Harris.
,Pc;er sehPlFldridian-52 bbls whiskey, 40 do ml61asses,
I11 c-ks bac0f fa6 Kimbrough and Ridgway, 30 bbls flour.
5 .ilihds ugar, 1 cotton press screw and plate t0 T 'L
Mitchel, 5 bales cotton, 1 anchor to D B Wo6d & co,
91 sacks coffee to II D Darden, 38 bbls sugar, 58 do
Flour, 40 do whiskey, 30 do molassess, 40 sacks coffee,
3 csks bacon, 3 do cheese to McKay and Hartshorne,
S.) phgs mndze to Hill, Dawsorfi& co, 120 do to E F Green-
Swqr/d, 10 do.toS Crosby, 48 do to order.
S Per seiir Biston- '6 hhds sugar, 50 bbls molasses, 86
do whiskey, 175 do flour, 9 csks bacon, 15 kgs of lard,
10 reels packing yarn to Dodge ani'd Gardner, 211 pkgs
Smdze to Green atid C6nnery, 164 do to Moss and Boo-
ic Pcri r Txtor-- 45 pkgs mdze to W H Rogers, 17
hhds sugar toJ Day & co, 338 pkgs to Capt Smith, 150
do to order.
Per schr Rodney, fmiHavana-.LiUO sk coffee,.1153 do
. mola-sses, 2 cases sweetmeats, I do sears to Ropes and
Goddard, 2 cases sweetmieats, 4;',000 seg.r's to Whit.
marsh and Richardson; 2 cases segats 't6 Pbrry Ariid
Dickinson, 5,000 segars'and frdit to Capt. Evaifis; 10 do
to order.
Per scbr Excelsio0, f Charilest6ai-72 hds c6al to
W A d. P C Kaiin,27 csks rice to J Day & co, 2 pkgs
mdze to Green and Connery, 10 pkgs, and 1 bbl to order.
Per Brig W S Jones, fm New York-2 pkgs mdze to
John Madden, 40 bxs to C Ro-ers, 2 do to B S Hawlby,
2;bales to Moore & McKenzie, 1 carriage to Kimbrough
& Ridgway, 10 pkgs mdze to Thayei- & Keeler, 1 cask
to McKay & Hartshorne, 1 box to W i Peck & co, 126
bars iron, 13 pkgs mdze, 2 hhds sugar; 75 bags coffee,
12 bxs soap, 7 csks liquor, 14 pkgs mdze, 2 i'do to Har.
per & Holmes.
Per schr Elizabeth Caroline, fmin St Marks-116 bales.
cotton to Nourse & Stone.
Per steamer Columbus-300:bales cotton to Chas Ro-
gers, 196 to Harper & Holmes, 71 to T H & C H Austin
14 to Tr W'Edwards.
Per steamrer General Sumpt'r-603 bales cotton to
Kimbib igh And Ridgeway, 93 to.Nourse and Stone, 123*
to Kain & 0o,41 to Mr Parariiore. 1 to i B Wood & co.
Pei steamer Siren-30 bales cott6i t6 Lockhart and
Youtg, 6 t D"G Raney, 6, to B S Hawley( 10 to Farr.
ijor & co, 2 Bxs tobacdbo to W G PorieiF& co, 1 bale hides
to Avery and Jones.-
Pei steamerLouiia-8-5S bales cotton to Kain & co,
112 to kimibrdugh and Ridgway, 91 to WG Porter & co
17 to J Day & co, 36 to McKay and Hartshorne, 10 do
Sand 2 bxs tobacco to Lockhart & Young.
Per steamer James Y Smith-86 bales cotton to Per.
ry & Dickinson, 63 to Lockhart & Young.
; Per sl eanler Siren-60 bales cotton to .W G Porter
& co. 13 to D G Raney, 8 to B S Hawley, 9 to Til-
linghast, Stark & co, 5 to N Baker. -
Per steamer Tallahassee-10 bales cotton to E L
Jeanrenard, 64 to McKay & Hartshorhe; `29 to W G
Poter &co, 123,to Lockhart and Youirg, 15 to J pay
& C, o. .
Per steainer Apalacliicola-114 baites. cottdn to Me.
Kay & Harishorne, 4t8 to Preston&, Mlaclay. 111 to
'Kain & co, 32 to J L Hewit.
Aer steamer Florence-62:6balea 0 ttoTi tdo DB Wood
& co, 42 to C Rogers.
Per'sieanier CharlstoZri^ bales,.Cotton .to Preston
& Maclay, 126 to Loc hart & Young, 83 to Mckay
& Ha0rtshore, 162 to Moore & Mckerizie, 55 to C Ro.
gets, 3 bbls pork to C A Green.
Per cot lor Box-lS bales cotton to John Rccsci 5,000
staves 16 B G Ropes.

-PO t aine JUWg ;-
._- =-_. -. f" .'AL.CH pmA
'*?- -r-r.'pA'ap.ry-?7] .[" .'-~

Janl. l9-gjcr'
., a Mar Vii

BAGGING,- Kentucky and India.....pr yd 14 e, 18
Scotch.............. ...pr yd 16 a 18
BALE ROPE, Manilla.............. pr lb _-7 !j:a 10
Kentucky,.... ......... ... pr lb 7a 8
Twine......................prilb 20 25
Sail do.................p..... r lb 50o a
BACON, Hams..................pr lb 5 a 8
Sides........... .......pr lb 4 a 5
Shoulders.............. .pr lb 21a 3
BFEF, Mess ...............pr bbl0, a
S Pirie :..... ... :.......pr bbl 41a 5
BREAD,, Pil&t .'.;..................pr lb 4 a 5
Navy...................pr lb 21a 3
Butter Cracker..,.......... pr lb 7 a 8
BUTTER, Goshen..................pr lb 16 a 00
Western..................pr lb 9 a 10
COTTON ......- ............pr lb 61,a 10
CA&Dt,, Spetm...,........... pr lb .22 a 30
Tallow..... ............,....pr lb 12 a 14
CtEES, Nojrthern............... pr lb '. 6 a 7
COFFEE, Havanra..................pr lb Q 6 a .
Ric.........................pr lb 8 a 9
J- ava......... ......... .... pt ?b 1 az 12
CORDACGE, Manilla..............pr lb '11 12
Tarred.......................pr Ilb i0 a 1I
DOMESTICS, Three-quarters....... pr yd 5 a 6
F'our-quarter................pr yd 5" a 10
Bleached, Three-quarters...... pr yd 6 a 8
Four-quarters...............pr yd 8 a 10
PiSH, Mackerel No. 1I..........pr bbl 10 00 a 00
......"...."..2......... pr bbl 8 00 a 00
......"........t3..........pr bbl 600 a 6 50
Herrigs.................. pr box 50 a 621
Codfish........... .......pribox 1 50 a
FLOUR, Northern............... pr bbl 5 50 a
Western..................pr bbl 5 00 a 525
Buckwheat............ ;,,.pr keg 75 a I
GRAIN; Corn.............. .pr bush 50 a 75
OATS'- ........... ......pr bush 30 a 35
GUNPOWDER .....:..........pr keg 5ji10 a 6 50
HAY.....................pr100lbs 50 a 55
IRON.........."............... pr Ilb 4 a 6
RICE......... .............. pr Ilb 2 a 3
HIDEs., Gree...................pr.lb 3 a
S ry..;.... .................prIb 7 a 7
LARD.......................*-.....pr lb 6 a
LiME, Thomaston.............pr bbl 75 a I 00
LEAD, Bar........ ............. pr lb 6 a 7
LUMBER ........................pr m 8 a 9
MOLASSES, New Orleans........ pr gal '21 a 2
; Havana,............pr gal 22 a 23
W .AILS................... .........pr lb 5 a 51
OSNABURGS .....................pr yd a 10
OIL, Winter...............per gal 90 a 1 00
Summer..............per gal 60 a 75
Linseed...................per gal 1 20 a
PORK, Mess. ....,. ...... pr b 9 50 a 10 00C
Prime..................Pr. bbl 6 00 a 7 (M)
PEPPER...........,........ pr lb 10 W 12
PAINTS, W~itie,,L q
~PAISq, Whie L9adj extra...:. .pr keg 2 50 a
RAIIN....................,.. pr bo@; 2 50 a 00
POTATOES,.............-.....pr bbl a 2 00
S iRiTsBrandyCognac 4thproof.pr gai 3 00 a 3 60
S American..... .... pr gal 45 a 50
G4I, Hdlland..;:.............-pr gal I d0 a 1 50
o, mestic...............pr gal 40 a 55
RUM, Jamaica............... .pr gal 75 a 1 50
Domestic..................pr gal 40 a 50
WHISKEY, Western..........pr gal 22 'a 24
MonongaAela.... ....... ..pr gal 75 a 00
SUGAR, Neiw Orleans ............pr cwt 5 ia 6L
S Loaf.......... .........pr ib 13 a 15
Porto Rico... ....... ... pr Ib 7 a 9
StCoix.................pr lb a 10
SALT................. ...prsaclt. a 1 75
SOAP............. .......... ....... pr lb a .6
SHOT......... ;.....;........pr bag 1 62 Ai 175
TALLOW.. .........:.:........pr lb 7 a 8
TEA, Green....................pr lb 874 a 100
Mac k...........,...;.,4....pr lb 30 a 50
ToBACco, Twist...............pr lb 0JO a 12
Cavendish.-... .......... .pr l1 I 8 65

ivesterp~pa4duce., .-,
-i0J BBLS. Superfine Flour:
38 bbls. Prime olk, *
Just received per sc .'. T 11 Be f
and for sale very low, lr Ca1
Jan 25-4 V. ACfOR~ i 'o.

4 SMALL LOT O,- om

'- f.uat n oal, alnd ri r

to Liverpool, and glutted ihc market, so as to cause a
correspondent fall. If such a rise should take place this
y ear, no doubt such, consequences would again follow
Generally, this has been, hitherto, 'an, unprecdcntly
dull season for all kinds of business. Most of thIe plan.
ters sold their, cotton to speculators, who, having 'scer.
lined that the crop would be short, ought it ver, low
prices, 6, 7 and 8 cents. All these transa'ctiona have
resulted in very large profits, in some instances', 25 per
6cent., nelt. The injurious tendency of this precipitation
on the part of the planter, T's severely felt, by merchants
in the- New Q'leans, and other import trade. It also
Operates against the interest of the planter in two ways.
First he selk his cotton to a great disadvantage, next,
he buys his stores up the country at a great advance ol
price. Theo natural current fBusiness is for the pro.
duker tV take his commodity to the place where it can
be sold to consumers, and buy his goods where they can
be had the cheapest. Now, when they sell to a specu-
lator, and buy from an up country retailer, it is evident
that they pay two unnecessary profits, and which must
make, at least, 25 per aent difference in their nett in-
By noticing t(l iniport, it will be seen that during
th, past week there have been several arrivals of Gro-
ceries f-oMtn Nev Orleans. These, added to the large
stocks, before on hand, have alniost glutted t11.2 market.
The'con ieqiienre will be, (hat In order to' meet their
payiment, the Merchants tnust sacrifice.'
The sales of cotton for the present week have been
4s follows
1 a 7^,10 a 71, 265 a 8,48 a 8j, 214 a 84, 259 a'
85.16,85 a |, 148 a 81, 21 a 8 9-16, 28 a t 100 a
81,60 a 8j, 317 a 9, 66 a 9j, 12 a 9j, 323 a 9j, 70'a
10j, and I Sea Island, saw gined, stained, at 12jo.
Interior7,...a........ a cents.
Ordinary........ ....81 a 81
SMiddhilng,.............81 a 8*
Middling ai~r.........9* a 91
PFair.. ...... .. .9 ;. 9 a 10
Good fair,...........-- -

SJan l--lehr Foam, Rowland, New Orleans.
S211--Sc~,rtRodnev, Evans, Havana.
Ship GtrSner, Patten, Point Pitre.
Schr Fec ior, \Voodbury, Charleston.
22-Scir loridian, Browh, New Orleans.
Schr Text', Smith, New Orlea's.
Schr Bot ', Bradley, New Orleans.
r Brig W' S ones, Tyler, New York.
S 23-Barqu Wabash, Talbot, Portland.
S Schr Rornme Young, Waldboro.
S22-Schr iabetl Caroline, St Marks'.
Steamer Taliahassee, Marston, fim Columbus.
.. Checslon, Freeman, fmi Columbus.
f. Sire, Sharplesi, 'pii Bainbridge.
Apchicola, Sutton, fin Columbus.
Flornce, Stapler, fim Columbus.
Gen Suiipter, Thompson, fml Columbus.
Lou'a, Brown, Alhaay.
S Jas. .SmitI, Albany.
Barge Adeli;, im Marianna.
i JANUARY, 11 ,1844.
Vessels rntOed in Literage not i.i, .
Courtnev, (Br.) urkier, 608 tons, for Liverpool, waiting
WA'&PCC in.
Robt Parker, Dbwht, 599 tons, froni Baltimore, ivaitir4g
-Master. "
Tallahassee, Had'y, 489 tons, for Liverpool-J D02ay &
SCo.\ '.
Gardenier;. Patter 346 tons, waiting-Master.
Liverpool,,Cofinn, P8 tons, from New York, waiting-i-
J Day & .o,
Geo. Skolfill; bolfield, 414 tons, loading for LiVel'.r-
pool-Harper ar Holhhes.
Floridian, Pratt, 401 tons, from New York,' dislchiarging
-Nourse and Stle.
Mary and Susan, W eks, 392 tons, ;,aiting-D B Wood
& Co.
Nile, Kenney, 334to*s, loading for Bostdhn-D B Wood
& Co. -
Andi'ew Scott; Enior, 318 tons, for New York; loading
-Benj Salter. "
Medemseh, Dhase, 5 tons, loading foi r NeW Oreans-
SH D Darden. "
Ocean, Willard, 566 ,ns, waiting...T L Mitchel.
Troy, Hill, 225 tons, *aiting-.Master.
Br. Robert Watt, Johbron, 491 tons, loading for Liver-
pool-J Day & Co. \ :
Mersey, J T Tucker, |130 tons, loading for New York-
B Salter.
John Brower, Sutton, 31p tons, loading for Providence-
T L Mitchel.
Tiberius, Howes, 299 tosi, loading for New York--
Kiimbroui6gh and RidgwYy.
Commerce, Marston, 289 ons, for Boston, loadingr-D
B Wood &Co.
Gleaner,-S,'evens, 288 tons, loading for New York--
SCOhas. Rogers. -
NobMe,- w;.273 lons ;-".
Gelomai .3L~,~r~ I ischarging-Master.
uomorT1-Vise,.23iS-tons, aliti'ng-Master.
Caroline E PIl. Rc.'c Lto'us, for New York, leading
--McKay & Hlartshorfie.
L.Awrehce Copelandi, Baker', 218 t6hs; fm New York,
Florida, Crocker, 209 tons, fm New York, discharging
-McKay & Hartshorne.
Cynoseur, Macloon, 230 tons, waiting-B Ellison.
Mary Richardson, 1'93 tons, for New York, loading-
McKay and Hartshorne.
Wm L Jones, Tyler, from New York, discharging-
Harper and Holmnes.

Wholesale Prices C u kre lit.
JANUARY 25, 1844.

Notice Of Administrator's] Sale.
BY ordei of the County Court, of Franklin County,
BI will sell, at public outcry, at Brown's Ferry, be-
tweefi the houts, ot 12 o'clock, A. M. and -2 o'clock, P.
M.', on the 20t0 day 6fgFebruary, eight negro slaves,
belonging to the estate of David C. Kplb, deceased.-
Sale had to pay the debts of the estate.
Terms of sale, 12 months credit with bond and un-
doubted security. ,
Wjan18-4t JNO. GILL SHORTER, Admir.
For Sale or Exchange,
Sale 6n tie first of February.
T IIE subscriber being desirous of removing from Ap-
alachicola, will sell, on the above named day, at
Auction, unless previously disposed of at private sale, all
that valuable property situated in the city of Apalachi-
cola,and known as one half of Lot No 1. Block B.
second range, at the corner of Forbes and Commerce'
Streets, together with the buildings thereon, consisting
of one large tenement, suitable for families.
At the same time'and'place, the L.I d,'-t ,
Pian of A ,r -o ;- g ;u. th Block B, 2nd
.l'n,, ,irtlg'h Marlft and (ourt-ho'se, together
witi--lhe lajge tenement,"and apilurteences, suited for
a Dwellhng House, or Store. "
The 'dbove proper is p'odu."tivc,.id is eigibly-
itlIateld it-'fier 'or residen esor*bitisn s. ~ '
For further'.particulars, -apply to- th .owner on the
premises.. Terms: Cash, or Lands on the River, sui-
table ,''r ciilivati>:n, in Exchange.
jan.11-.2-t t C, Me KINNEY.

jan. 11-2-2t C. Mc KINNEY.

Rice For Sale.
A FEW tierces of Rice at Charleston invoice prices',
tq close consignment, by
jajan IU-2-tf FARRIOR &Co.

~jan 1O-2-tf FARRIOR &Co.

T HE undersigned has been appointed City Weigh-
er, by the Mayor and Council of Apalachicola,
for the year 1844' and will feel thankful for a share of
patronage, from the Merchants of A palachicola.'His
weights of Cotton, with.promptiness ahd despaich, may
be depended upon, by those who favor hii with their
bus~iness:c he ca^n a lwav

I I t Udilnov W16-Z Ut;-VS$NII. d, 01 Y dLMITHL
jan 11-2-tf J. B. STARR. EXCRA N'1
& D e n ist y n -1 1 -- ... *'' ": '-*-* .....L. ^l
Hents.ry.. .U"HE- subscriber ha ving laken ti6 above establish- .
0 TO W. B. FINCH, having returned to jApa- .U ment .for the ensuing year, infdormis- th.'public',
-iJ lachicola, offers his Professional Services to the thatheis prepared to accommodate his triends.and the '
public, public generally, ih his'usual manner. "
His Office i- at the Mansion House. Hewilbe enabled toentertain both kerhianeiWt and t
Jan 11-2-tf (A) W. B..FINCH. transient boarders, and from his experience i the bu-
siness, h'1 flatters himself that he will be abl],togivc -
.. .WARD R. SOYLE, shtifaceion'oall. His 'bar will at all' time, be'sIodk-
E.....W .ARND ..."n AT .. -e l thn best ofWinesand 'Liquors, aridhe'ij614 .W
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, rp.ad to furnish Oysitereand other rel'reshmean at
Apalachicola, Fla. aiy our. .
n, the hose are 'two B-lliard Table" iflich are
Havingresumed the practice of hisprofessio will now in excelleftorder k;M., .
Thereafter diligeitly attend to such business as m'nay be, Thankfur- for the.patronage he has h" retq'"e --FreceJL-
entrusted to his care. .'vd'l hecofidently hopes hat it will tnt be o
nHe may be found at his office at all times during ued. ROBERTC ADAiW -
business hours. .. '4-1tf nov9--ltf. '"' -" "- "

A. G. SEMTIEES, *... ... Tow the Public ".
ATTOR Y AT LAW THE subscribor havingereclted a lar'e a.nd sfibtari. -
ATTORNEY AT LAW, tial WAREHOUSE at Brqwp's IFy, J.c.kson -
Apalachicola, Fla. county, Florida, willteceive and forwrd ,al1Mterhan
Correspondents are informed that no letter will be dize, Cotton, &c.0 o the most reasonable ter-'i-s .Porinpt -*
taken out of the post office unless postage is paid. attention will be given to any Goods copsignt'd to hj .
sept23 44 care. .- N.. BAKER. -
Brown's Fei'ry, Oct. 8, 1843. "
JOHN REES, K Boxes Gla'. b by, 10, by 12: 12 by- 1 :' .:
50 100 Re'g Whilte -7ad, No, l b ".
COMMISSION. MERCHANT, .0 l' ..ac, -.-
10 ". Black Do,, .- -:' .. *"^' o' :;:
Apalachicola, Fla. 2 Casks Boiled Linseed Oil. '
Sjan 4t-lif 2 Corn, D.o, Da ,: .. '
3 r 1Onil -on nsinen r orna ."9 '
JA3MESS.F. IFARR10U, low at No 44, Water St. b FARR"IR &Cd
May be loui.I at the office o1 Farrior & Co., 44 Water Valuable Li'&ids f e r ljiiij '' "
street, whewr he would be plea-ed to serve hi? frie-nds IN JACkSON AND, WASKINGTON-1 .t
and acquaintances in the above'business. No charge FLORIDA. .- '., ,r
will be made Ior cxtenr,:,dutg a Prolest when there is co- ff ACRES or first rate 'and '^ 'Bd
si gneeswhohave'copies. jan 4-It 4UUU in pareMs below,b -c, *
LA F PE NP W Yapply to to e. iK .
L. F P. PEN N N E T, ApmlanhieldJv, ,lor [i .
I INIATU R E PA INTER, Tlhe north west qr. of src ion '27, rtqvjhj 77, .
Ofi,:e over J B. Starr's, 31 Wat,' ,St. ; thle east half of the north east nr-.4et '
the west half of jhe sbuili 'we- 'qr. of-oca e-d
Will remain in Apal3chicla Iur a short time. Thse east half of rh' soulh eastlr,'f action Is aJ.'i.in
who wikh topatronizehim, will please make early ap- ship r thwesfof 6heng;t h ..'iJ Sr
plicaiion. jalan41 ? 6, rage 10; th wsL .aff of fhe north.-
jan 4-1 t scclion 32, in township 7, ringe 12 ; the east hal
SFlurnituire. soulth west qr. of sccti6n 10, in towns1ip-6ref
north 2and %*.st tlhe eat-hblf of -he -Fh164h
HAVE on hand and l1r sale, at thp current market section 20n townshili'7, range 1t.; tl e; i
1 price-, an assortinent o FURNITURE, those who of section 28, and the north..wes 9r. of.p
SwisTlto purchase will dowell by giving me a call township 7;range t2,north.a.iwest;.ob'
,Jan 4-f J. IK STAIRR, township 7,;range L2, north anIl west; t(b-ywS
Jan 4-li 1. I. STAI, the south east..qr. 'of section 26;' the castl'
31 Wvaer street. north west qr. of section 26; tlio-north. 69 '
-.kRRIOR Ct north east ir. and the soulh Weat 9r...of i
FARRIOR & 1d. qr. of section M6, tdwnsohip 7', rap*g.J- 1']i4
SCOMMISSION ME R C H ANTS, qr.of section 11, and thelic eas'hf'fli.''o
of;'ectipr 11, both in township 16C4-Lg I'
iAPALACHICOLA, FLORIDA. half of the soith wqstoq .Jhe. c-
Willmale liberal alliances cn Cotton and other south .ist qr. ot section 2 tc:sou' "
Produce shipped to their friends in New Yorl13os- 24; the west half of the sor w.n-'
ton and Liveipool. tho east half of the northiI..a.r'"
Storage I welt half of-the south east.qr.8faie"'
Storage east qr. and south, west q9r.nfs -si'
1 '," GALES COTTON can be stored at west qr. of section 32;'al. towa w
,*)\7 the Uoing rates by applyin7 o north and west. ";- ,
jan 4 1-11"J. B. 8TARR,3 !Water St. Apalachicola, Oct.-l .2
Notice'W Inr 11oke'a" d for%"
r HT1 E co.parncrhip liereloforc existing under the Bbls 10
-U naimc.and,&sylle uof JAMES F. FARRIOR &CO, 5- `.20- bb '-rt ,-""
was this da csolv'cd b5,n mutuaIeon.ehit.. .. ,-- .'
Nov 23,"18M. J. F. FARRIOR, lndy
11. M5;FARRIOR, .'B .: ^
.o. e ... .W -'.0-Is.!]^ ^ -1
, For Sale, ,.F r *. : .
aTS arrived roim New York per brigs Mosesa
k ,anCia rol'mn'E-.. Plart, 180 paages of' Dr- od .....
.Iif othet arneles ,Vlch.will be sold iow _-.f or -'- ...
T se goods werapaurchased at lh.e'pa,.aqW i, 'ail1 %'?;^ .,
N.w 1York. and an 'be sold at prices to suit thinm-
.Those wishiuf'joi dru'chase can do so at private'4ste. e --
artd.those who&1er be"ng at Auction, can "' e
r ,h'o ds 7.prevQ' J .. B. STAR. -
JS' Jan ..J. I M
iawk. 6

BUREU' ND ENTE T r-~'~~ C'"a., r
Counter Tops anw o Fho ta.s -
In short, all articles ,.ituallj i,:,u'uj atn-l etlt i ,n it "a '
of the iind.,Thepubli- die re'pe-t nulhl invited] p all .'"
and examine for. themselves a, only tlius cai.hev de- o-
cide'on,uir' wo'rlkmanship. O'rdr-'; by mail, ir'ill -I le
punctually attended to,,aud shipped tci.an.-.o4f,' i n- '
dings on lthe river, aarefull. par ked in ctr4in&-l'Q$es;
jan 4li-hf SHERMAN1 &_AON. 0
0s..The marble Yird ion Commerce st.e'.t, i'inmlc-
diately in the rear ot" McKav & Hattshorbi'store, and
nextoor toM. Larl-kin's Faminl\, GoCe'rvStror On,'t '
member of the firm will be in consiaht at 6idau. i ,:" .

Aceouminodallion Sage... "

UHE sEsnli);'iber havi'en- c. hi-"" 'nd a
T C.-a(-T-wl> liii~mt rr lU b IepT o'min J _
r (ltM n STs-toany a % I a. Vv
.at. allnin3-'a't-'he shortest.r, olk on C" l-
SY, ,ea it oo 71m

mnodaii-r terms. ...' .,. :
J.i.e has a two and a fou1.: t. "h Viih \., "il l'
Wcns ati3`ilon the-,road. His ic i es T i'IS oodd ijg" "OCA
drivers'aeul and bliinand'nd tromrn his' ftdavors
to.please and acconunmmodate thL, pub;-i--.-lereiolgbjc he
confidently hopes'for a continuat.ce offavorandvpatro. ;
n ag e .. .. ... : .; ,,
Chattahoochee, January i1,844 .. i3t

SoutherCoflfie Houe.e,

Tr HIS establishment is now ope i under thesuper- :
_T intendance of the subscriber. His house-'will at; .'
all times be well/stored with Liquors a,,d Iris, ahd I
he has made arrangements to be lippliedconsianily A:
with ALE of the best quality., '
He w;ll also be able to:supyl aI ai-any \ lle; 3r14 "".
Confectionaries.andFrui- ofall kinds, and is prepr d '
t6 furiiish Oysters co0kdkan any .49ode when called '
A sharenf public pa'tirbage se i epeeifu l' solicited.
nov 16-tf '_SNaMUEjL"SMITH
-Mterchants' and Plantersl I-

FHE Sloop FLORA, J.-:mi Dixon, Ma-ter, till rtn
.between the abi\e poiri, Peelilv, lea\ inT Apala-
chicola every FTiday ii,:uini-, andt Str. larks everV
Monday, about nurrikc. Thi- lista a fianleeirt i;
made with the i-ietw ,c.l'riiakiri the trip in ,.n tIa\'.
Pa'seaze, t87. Frerht oi, i,- -a-i-nabieteri5s.
The FLORA i eritirelY new, and the la-e.t-t ailhi
belonging to ilii p'r. Sht i w as built ex.:luiviely tor
this business, and iIhe a,:.(',ni,:,lda 'i]ns arae i:i'iu (fortable.
jan 18-3ti

Frhni '-ii n aa Berior Couri.
KSpring Toj IS B 1 l.)ai,i,:5,0,., 5,)) ,
A. G. Semme- "
. VS. .. A .l, ]tIeiII .
Elias Simpson.
T H E defendcla aril all p i-'.;.i- mir.ej'.l d1':- t'loi
fled of the institution of the at','vk -'i, . nd are re-
quired to appear and plead as required by law.
jan. 18-3 oam3m. Ig
IX weeks after date, I will apply, to the Judge of the
-County Court, of Franklin County, for letters of' ad-
mir.istration, on the estate of John Gillespie, late of
said County, deceased.
jfin 18-3 A. G.'SEMMES.

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NEGRO hSEYS, Black and Russe't Brogani',
SCoarse and Bs Slhoes,'C6ton.Osnab'rgs,
Flannels, BIan ' &C. &c. daily cxp'ledand,'mil b6:.
sold low iLur cash' city acceptance atNo:.i4To4\)-fr st.
by ;.-OR '".',--
n CJi .,c i t i
B( A II GS La Ct '. e -...- .
3 0 3 hd P --' -
_, F, S u g r '2 6 I a l f t l o I
and Maf. .oi'- .M i 1u t.,rhen B r, 5-.n asqort.
ed laow are. S k) .I cl, < wheati^'lo. L .. a ss .
OldJ lY ra i e. F. FARI--ORRI ..' o-,Y
."' 4.4- waktr.s.rgt. "

,.. v,,' ., I 1;, r--l'- i 5 c:f -M S r'rc.5
V I, I=", i s 1i i 1 1
^ H E p.-.'t .ll ,A;;12 011" r.,
b) -A] IIeh I a,, .ill p,_i ,ril l ,' ,-,d 0 ,
b^Iy il*.,i n^e.-t ,:*t' ih,? iii ]i iui ',i ? i ; :,o. in^-
that l % il .I ppi', t., i1C Ji e oe ,f..'
Fl' aO kl CouLnity at lie \',lie 1 ,. I 1. "
for a' foreclosure 0o' ii '_:l 'id. '
... : : :. '* :. "*' plai.
A p al a c h i eo la ',,N'. I. I I, h !
TIa*rb'c. l a Y rd t Apalga'h It i1l'.
-T[E --.iil.-c III,1. L iIa r,'l.; e--'.Ii h,-. i Z -lT ,t
thisplace, te-pr- iltfully i iitiin the plulie,.tar'lhev
have on hand; ani ritll at all times he ieady to 1'urnMrisi;
on the shortestlnnotice; MNarble wo., k of' ev;'t rid r'and
quality,.1 including .' -" 0'. ?t'.
'Hea d and Foot 1on s,


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..Jrietj" b. rl tn t i 'i OLLI

ieir I lj(~3 'xft S tleliLtzt t'tt cit H (C''*lIt

*,wh wiltl e re-t ds:of tis (',-trd uati
S"W.N ti oy the? in *'-'id "ot in" C)
!. o.mbr t -e lik 'o or iaiv.di.

r1-"r3 l' t'lo t hY ,-' 1: t1 Itt 'or te C, III'
,- .- 1,-t d 'p ei It e ,-'
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e .a_ .0. h r heyq t d-. termi ed .. k ti
ui h ots te ir.t he do e lide l l

fl'jct i t e \ itI rrln. I Ito f ill tl't Cil'Ot
jtO fJi~4 (~t 1-c Ittll tiJ It atj~ e n~
1i?4 112'' t.1 t0 1 11J~, '()J VC
eyer~liI1l t 9 \vor.. I'i')ttiS ha;11 rInth

'.ei .rs't a lte t Or h i la' .rthi, t ldee ,.
'nt i- S0 a 1t t cn rhs tn .iii

Q1:pms t tv pte\ eil lo"dpike 'iti 1'inarv iinLli o':ln
^ (?ne.o'fe"Ines'o{r' ath' 'eti-eeditl \vn..-,): .,O

ty;j C.1" 16oa tiji, -1i rlll A to d is st sia-in' tn
1 'c.bd ,I t:.t a l' r h Itti L ),e l: ti!..FV ttI1 ,t '1

aw a~te, e s the, l (f "t'o ac e d"p l ih e
Sl Ii.P 'C e ol d ot hrvin to h.eI r tS- a I\\ ,

gt rc dr tto:rts 1lt,' ritttons, h llah'e9t,_l

tiuliweih^y petsuadea tolim hetnelvs'it won \v! Iit.
r. s. e vi -1l' icpt eol olli ta t -- ii-
t h'e ',l:'he.Iea 'li of intdhe d S ,r.1itz a t.jo oS

"" d e 1m d.i 'S, kt-la t ati ei ior llSit ho i'is I Iot II .
e A- shidt ^ l111d -110spiro.' o\'ei r p)' d dsai11c ti n?11II
,Ce',r ttl' ndat-:111$ t 'tt il o d fi, to f1v'lt
-eassassm t r e loe ofrleit'T o" an N thel esr tio-
tob ct o t \es awerd fib ot ,.,n td.li \'iXX
.,thed tl .viti n. Th e n[, si l.,J tilt
, N f. i i. I an 'l' l y atn a perfnarmW aI dv-

'N] v ldj':tsiatZ i11tI,'2 n o ~
..um los t, ll t~hat awe (3r the \vw t,ht I)I vl,:,.
1, 1a'ipd.sa- adt, M-thXck tm, oerotwertnitted tile

f-. A1 1 i C 'Ca t] P i>o s4tn f tite- ''I-
p""assnte phevLi, i za'-r.e the Iae,.'-'op!h tjll,-,i

t'Jlie JejdSt'11hl:aidi a (ILI;, fille'1t
Prompt in his deter nation, Pet:.,r' rote
! '.toche coloneii, of one of hlies trinteits .,
,-. ,rith. ds; commanding hi, Xvitl his soldier.,

; t<:lxsfoti.Qi-lld F and inXest Sulnatnnn's ITouse
." tha t ndierht o He m eant it to h b ne(11 at theI

1,ovi ol ten, in (le hurry of the tm-

^'%- *le~itt he ~xro~te steadyd rllie word eleven."'
f.lNort's accidetit had itearly cost Itim d Iar.

A .*4. j 0Petea Xaite d for the mofbnttod
to 'oar.iav-te whti, the coi spiratol, s o wl O tild oe-
s.: c ur.' etLs .... It sounded, and lie had On. do.t' h t,
j Qnepd.tori's. pleaed, t 'he n ti ts trelit z .

WSe.e. i a v. d. a ^a.is power. In t-is cohtuictioti he
6 '. drte d impatient 'to '- it"iness their dismay,
S "to the *o.usf of thei tr leader S tkannit. On
ji -" tiplroo t..e an d \via' diers wh-

iiie' it noguad had [ee slttioid Ot-
-side. Ear to 'reprove suck a tone pelornce, he
o-., 'tered, and iiioa.eXf in litites iounl a Ijtiin-
and i 't S"- 1-l-l'S- -'2'

e 'ftalone andittul nth edt it the ole dt of a
desprate'ban, who were then in tlhe act-

-id nheareenguf what hms passing
4 : r i ', ,e i .. t h,. 4

-- t el f! i de hhx is aipptefarat ce o- ulle-.

z-.st'a-;iad ho, ehiy were erhased, eut to Xvith-
hrompttnhisod't' r eint: disPovered, aidr of
i'jt d. Ituisr udded and ittehc'red, was inofto-u-
7o .e th erf ore r e su o n ed al lh rippeal- a n -ce.l
g- -'7-k I> z
-i i'thd i on and ily, thind with aI air of,
pr ed'd "ine t 'revellers. '.
PL ausiTchrdS "joyous soutids,'sai'd Ie, C Ias ll

:'*th ;>].t Hew- tlieavoice-t and thorgic t 1
fjl&Ao^i^o'bne ta joihi thie Struliiz in
r tor iv-tes To i their health I wish rt

!F -0a. olass', .h w e-, .n.
__:Ippx acciprdethad were amazed,. 'At first

ti re, tl h1a10 dl. believe, that .Peter was
~-~'.'E-e. toritpbv a.( lenowted t rt ied of that

^^W'^glatrn strbside'd. Prhiy hand-ed
randlkcted teat joy at seeing%\
S.e^ "stretd Itu soned, ilda n gl h hld r doLe-
'.^ -_Ieie-',' ther: collra'e. retirn-
a:, hisc.r desbOi oaeethu to l-ttuts hitrel0'ttz

: ,filt t h aistlow ed I nV tli crcing iio lases.
1 ...ne.d' tp.4 e a l ti at oetnrienc t e. To'

,.rt o exthr agi" h inni (i..tcre
'. 1 r ae ta J r ittcr di, wiculh y. i, AIpo.-

C.- uetha nlar h nd. been h s antiore oft-

[% side"",g2'~omrv tc w l,, n s,h,.
b- .le [li:--t-. r as v. tci ed
--- -" red ad. ta6ie n tes rtatd I-ep -
r', M. "; v. ,t .eg.
.9f~taitig.rs6 mt .Tatlt.,iLto p t hintutoideatC

"g.. "fl dlJ :7-h..t r 1 -1 d 2-, 1. 1| I-_ t. .1i,'
Ho* ,-IV fcirde.
ih$ .si.'&4-. t ve iot" ,.I;,"to'
4 ..,' ..,. ;eh -rce ,.,tad.
ii...a.'.ch.l hits, ea rI*J-iIe
:alt adh ..r-W n, 1"

O'l 1iu_ ra.irh: &jfit-ba-

491 5% U -Ris ap-
I r en ,;,.t
l C' ",In'L-

~ 'i~t flb cAf.$to'

~~& '- "j$,;M-"'

1w hotu aglw

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otn dti r lneeS tand- irplotl-red tei'- -.vel-
elJ 1z ii'ltntd> .- '-- -
S H !S is h'IaI t \c a .i it cr-.s-ibll t -u."ih at
appel,,?al. -.nt-dered them ail to he -e'tr:
a ld put iii ,_hw'int r,,d lti e iiO:,,rtt [tis I'a l
been do:'.l?, hie trne., ,h ) iW ovt ,,onul an-
_c, a ,,l ,~i i_' i- n i vi.ol-nt blo-\v in the
N dlnt', -. t ni l d ;: 'L i i -re..,, t.:,Ai w h- y- i." 1,-t v-
,1,'-- _- l rIi ;-- e t .e- ,:).:|!: "'.-- \--,. i h.I :.' i., n ,.-
I,,,. tltii te an l I,.i-trr t l:,eI ": r_-, ,t ih,. :--,.t e t l ii t.:
ov',-r\-it, :.lr = hint w ith% v lh ,.:.:, r:. -t >_,p;'a-
r.' ho?
T11- a :',>Ii'Ii,'.-, lite rc ",."-re.l X',. ,ia ni t-
;.I.,, :, u. .xi. -,(_,'t,:d, p,;,v, ill t, h or rI
w\- ti:. l-:e h ii '- r ticiteid tjo p rove flit XI le
i-'] I notW i a l ,ii .V th'- i,!V,11'i. I 1i,:t .t.V vctitl h v-
t,-,liiL t-li.nii i th.t It: t had vi iittiln the ( oil, .'
tl' .n ijs.te, tl ,h ur (lim._ l.'S.t to no'i,.
A l ':elin, I to,''ie is.l,-.i'etogiiy Si eXmt .'d tii .
i,-, ,i-tinl L..m',e,*ii, -,ml', t-, !.i.">I-. hi,< i,:,r.r-.!i-:- d:.
ai,.l l,- pro,:l,.,' t'ni,..t ';is ,-:oFh.[i,"t \vo. t-'!.'il-
'O the r,-A,:', lth'e. utniho- pi,' Stri-itz wX' :re
d,,,. tir: .-TiS he.ir l i (n i ns ,,. t t slo 'wly n -..l a-
Va:eadiy rirttilhiiled--int al '..:- Ilti,1: prl iO ,C-
ted a upon ties ,ttt ey i,'-.l. ir heds i,
TI ll te I bii!i:t Qaitc: ,ad on n ,.-.uln wlui?' i-
ho.l sitrr.ou ctided wi.i i ra n ent it] of ltII.ir It.
di alid -l in nIt 'r,-te ,,i:ti IuX't t.ii- i'tV orde'e
tos int'pire terri:r l aOilX" hast diSA oetli gi_
an Pt e _.rj. ftc i i "t'it 01' h ers X'"i!'"

was on hit i tstrav el. On 1 ,in- termed of t
i 1 'tiite. he nr di it i returni-t-Il, ,. n ,t:iatte n-j d
tti.- revoltO s rd been puit d-i-.n, an,.. wef'.
already in ,r ci',nQ iri, ,,4 w.itsig lt r e iii to
d,-.cide liupond their tf.athe. .
rlin leithe ier,:iles-s C'zar resl-.i'lve t,-'in-
,IlQl in veng-.-futl b .nq,-.e, and to lux,, rat,
in blood. 71e studdi,:d l ow to, infli'.t tlhe
most trillion v ias wel as Ihle idtvt eidurind
anatui'dl. Thele ini.Lenuitv ot Othl,-.rs was
estimated t, ar-rd hi, o nspectale of tle
'iosi t cd .l-[iisie ffliserV that hltman nftIlIurei

i',hey' \-e\1.g^0Qa,4 ixf A-.NqV4i lie e e1.1tItigIl y
--r ,ephotied ihem w'ia 'their crivae, ro,1.
m ,oeked td:-b'.i, lft..i.s ,he. taise,-to be in-
n tei te d '. *'.'. ,w ,h ; : se:.n e w ais' I hie rf ~i 't n e .-.s ,:,
no stage c'utld atttlMpt 'to .ov,' Seaed 011o
his thron,:- the demon autot'rat lat,:hud with
Itidtous joy" and drained tlie wine cup in
p:resetye of his v'ictitlis. F'estivity and loo1
were ninviled in horri'_le union,
In onel hand lie mirithfully wXvaved lie
foamning goblet on ili.-h; in tile otlhter he
brandished the dtiseCjln-d axe In one dis-
nially atrocious hour, twentty times did lie

drain thte cttp, and twenty hIi.ads hlie sever-
ed tront tle t:Itnitl,-ed andt' 1uiveting bodies
of the sufferers, rejoicing in ti-: skill oatnd
dexterity lie displayed and compelling liis
nol,-les to take part in hiis re-volltint Ibutci,.-ry.
On this iifli'tirltlh occasion, no w:er than
twXo tho)usluid vretches w'ero nt to a death
ofttortit.re I.y ti-te terocioitt desptot.
Such I'.arl'nl de,-t-ls, stin lithe naime iIf
this celelrat,:d illan. He wias certainly a
wonde,-rful sava.g l:-it hlis ibrutin l iattUre-
could n ot be restrPd ined, nI'! lis coniot a ind
Sotil, ware-e'entitally otliund aimiong the nutn-
ber of'lis v'ictinis.



A MONG THE K .ITTEEs.-A K.atiee, to becortm:
a hiutsIati, must be a rtd'isltcr Ihe must attack
vwith his t'rienis and lilloi'ti-rs tle ila,-.i e liheie
Ihis bSc1 tried resides, and carrv her oil' by force.
In anciont times, this \%as a tritl of stri'_itli, no
tr-;s than ottItae. Stones and clubs cete tused
without reserve both to force and repel: and tine
disappointed lover was not unfii (lil'vtllly corn-
pelled t letire, covered witlh bruises, aind wiit-
in, for a more fa'voirabl. occasion. Th bhl'ide
alid thle liberly of assklii.- hir ilov'ti- by all mean.i ,
in h1L r power, land ithite opostionl ceased "%lhen
her house was once. gained I)\' thli assailants, aind
rtle IMacLv.tien btrav'elx ton tsti6ilit-ed a illiln2v' to
be carried off b -lier clianmpion.
lI.\aim.\GrE or THE- Gn.NDS.-Ith is said that
the bride is brought home iin tie evening, w Iihen,
in all assembly' of The people, tihe bridenoon
hpplies tlte frontal mark m:ide withi vermillion,
'l%'xoirs a ,-arlatnd of' flotii'.rs round hlier neck, atnd
lhc-.n.'retires and conceals liimself in the ihickeis.
Tile relations- of' tie bride arm themselves aiii
go in-qiest.oI' himI, aMd if hi'e is found'dtrin.. tihe
nighlit, ihen marrij'e is %oi ; it' noit i-cu\cred, hlie
appears in lii emoriltiing, takes the bride by tlie
hliandi, riiaves,'lie.e tphe iln hertz fee, ard they
,dance tog'eiher 1i. the ccbtihe'e o'f 'a riu formed bI)v
t-he.assjit.-fins, .who dance, arouttnd them. Tie
' ceren'oi'v is 'ihls conitpleted, and the rest of 'hie
Lday i-i'dcev6Tf.i'( fels.vi&, and mirth.
, AhMO. :Tnmc. 9,1%Rn us-t.-rs i tie custom of
p.oly.'in ",:'I0,aor'f 0,e XV0om,. 11 :,ba'ii2 t wo :or mo'.e,
-ha.~b tids This latitude of t'emaje4 inhu'llgnce--
:prevails aso am.iong thi.- IritpV dames of' sevei-al-
,other Indiai"tribes. AnTir the Todirs of the
iNilyLM.uuo'w ait lthe in'otlietrs:'t a family have
h'.u t. .... .fip ,w;ile beiie, -then), ,,.o makes
ilder s'. lakCi-'of' *-. "iitof then 'le is disposed
doe.Io ItPh ehukerciteIt '.tb Si 'e is, moreover,
,) i c.-= '. ..-
'a] _W E' sgo. ,A "eloutt.tITeI Iit s.
ahltavej.It p 4o0 -.ta l-er,:tl tiouI the.slidlitest
objerA t-o,_ ..jealousti':- th'e piatt-of iher i'roper
lotd- !.,.I'hl r 'r'.pa''.` 1-f Iitdia tine ales' have
-t 11, It i s b T
had ic d e.'l reneice pari'd t"thiem ; and in 3Mala
AI has .,.irp tb -jey 'er.ti.l. very recently, ac-
joun}c.]m ds.^tiabts; to say, al'ter a certain
boe.--'-t.lte freTeeT en l ac'd'Uhig to a statement
fptig-hHi ea Iufi't(irnaf '-r;, put into
A.tsa' nIftk--; *-it i aO's k ; -if rht- a
sib. ~:4 Ne W ltn i '"sI?
A 3, -w .* '" -G ." ao I-, y ; b

!! ,
ain"t ) '. d,;Gad" m't ", -
_esi:.;""!IV. ,


"Mr Everett, otr 'minister to England,
stated, in a spec-.eih H vt anrriciiultital mcet-
ing 'It Dirb '1, Ii July, 1S43J, Earl Spenc.er
in the Chair, that olltlout-tli the comnm-.rce
bettveen (Uretit Brit.int and- tile United States
wos twvit,, as -rat a-; between u England
aMid iny oth,-.r conlrtrry, v-eti the whole 'of
thi products, lPa-sit-_i to ),.d fro, was not
xwortth S-)r ttch as thle oa/s aad i beaus rai-
sec in (Gire-it Britain, as provedil by their ag-
rieiWltt1iral -:ttisti-tcs, a ,Iu tIhat tthe en ire 'vaIl-
uie oft! the products tn jployin t British navi-
gattiil i!! the world -'over, was nt ejtequal to
tilee rass g otXUI in (Gi.eat 13ritaiii. Such
is the imIportlaltee ol azLricutltui'e to every
niati '."
Tvle ab,-,e, we ta!:u fLironi tlat excelle!itt
lmanutlal, wlItich should be in rIe Ihantd of ev-
I'ry elcto-Cr iI Ithe Utnion--the thirId m the
series of traclts, by JTutlitt.S. XWe, spoke the
oth,--r day. of the 'ri:-ss and grroundless jea-
lotusieS Xiicli L ooeoisctn endeavors to
enkitidle. between tile manuta.ctures and
other clas:-es of citizens. This extract
Shows ) S il .how 1111-_I ,in rt1 tle no'rmc tilttu-
ral interest ltreS t ,- t-I nation, ald tle lacte
that tlie true American I policy of a tariff'
itleds tio. encotiura'e tins interestt cannott be
too oifteln Irc'ught to tlie retleition of every
citizen. The tariff' has a direct influence
upon tlhe 1r-,sperity of agtricultture-upon
nearly a dozen :of ilthe articles furnished by
the l'ariner'] for cornsumptltion there is an
verge ct(iy of moru e Ihan I otbrty per cent.
But -till greater is the immense ,support gi-
ven to, the agricultural interests of the coun-
try, xy the market whieh rmatnllacturingo
estallishmUents furnish for lthe products of
thesoil. And we take leave to quote again
toin tle Taviff tract, a stateiicent of facts,
whichli pnt ,to flight the stale uoisnse trum-
ped up by Locotfocoism to excite- heart bur-
ninz bIetween diffe-rent occulpati6ns,-facts
hi:lich area stubborn answer to every kind
)tf Opposition, except hlie most stupid aud
inveterate party cavil:-




American inafifaclteures enhance ithe val-
et of a ,ricul/tural dud other Anmerican.
-capitafi'-:to a great am'ount-. by giving it
prr,-fiabl. employment.
It ias blei, ascertatneda'id well certified, that
the Glenhiairt W),)lleln Factory',Iat Fisihkill, N Y.
within a capital o l'$1 I(),000, ives profit:ible eim--
jpLo'V nihet to ,Al,43"1,0t00"';ot'mh oaf other Amn'i-
Cali f-apital, chielIl,. aHLricullural5 in item s -has fol-
1ow.s"---66,000 shcep,-.2 alIead; $132,000 ; 22-,
000 acres of pasture Ian'd'to fee'd tle .sh.e.e'p, iii-
Dbtctess couiny, supposed .ro be worth $50 an
acre, 1, [,i0 0: t lhrmt emplo,'ed to the exteht'
02.600:tcac,',.s worth jC70 an acre, I82,000;,
otler capifali t) firtrih 'tireazles', firewood, coal,
.ti til i0tW. Total $1,432,00JOf'
anuictrtritgajg c,

ate, tio'al-eP
wo teh i .
Con.ale' ta lea

-thja thall nritvy the owner or commander of eac-h anit
e'eiy \t-:sel. h-.at, bare, &c. of this ordirance, bv
l'ea ri n > a :opy thereof on board, or, with such owner
or ,:>,ii-an.tti. on their first a rival after the'passage
ant pit) ii:,ii.:a n theredf.. -
3,f,:. ?. Be it further ordained, That all ordinances.
or pati(- t1 -,idinances, conflicting with the provisions
iiio ii ic-n:,, be ari-I i -arch 3l- Iit'r 1 h vreb rep 1' I.
PaiR.-l Fbi'niuaqJ Oi, 1 1'3.

SAn Ordinance. '-
T[IO aati in- odminanee, 'entitled An ordinance.
t.. .r [I,,?i puirpose of raising a Revenue'for the use
,'f he -r 1.y -,f Apalachicola, for the year 1843V" Passed
*othi Jarai'iy, 1843. '
Sm:.. 1. Be it ordained by the May6r aid Council 61
die Ci"Y of Apalachicola, That the Assessors and Ap-
praie-."s 0o Taxes for dhe year 1843, shall be authorisge'd
and are ticieby required to administer th6 following
.:'t.h to ,a.:h and every person giving in-a list of taxa-
Li..' propenv : I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that!the
i-t I ; ha'e delivered contains all the taxable property
I ho-ve ii ali'v manner in my:: possession or under' my
:ouit:,l -wi,,h ,tnhe limits of the :city of Apalachicola
,ul'j: ito taxation, to the best of my knowledge and
lMet,-fS. S)- hIpame God." .
SE,:. Q. Be it further ordainedd, That all provisions of
-aitd or.lirnan.-e coragicting w-ith this ordinace, be and
tlie are h-iereby repealed. Passed Feb. 9, 1843.

S An Ordinance.
F"OR the binter .preservation of tihe Engine Housse,
.' Fir,: Engine aiid Other fire Implemients and to pre-
vent any p: r.',:,n r persons from taking or carrying, away
from tie Encine House any. ladder, hook or oitlir fire
impleni,.it, or in any wayiuringrpg ay tpf the.abovd-pro'-
,purlty b-,Iouging to the city of-Apalacbibola. -
Ie it ordained by the Mayor .and Council that any
person:r orptrsonsenterinrthe engine-house aod taking
or carrying away an) Ladder, hook or othir tire imphe-
ment, without pcrmiss:ion frotn the lMavor, and CotiuiLc,
exc.:p to a fire or alarm of. fire:-, or drill by ord:r of the
foreman of thlie Fire Company, or in atny way injuring
or carrying away any property in psisscsion of Fire Co.
No. 1, belonging to the city, shall forfeit and pa.' to and
for the use of the city, twenty-five dollars ineurrent mo
ney for each and ever such offence to bc'recovered in
any court having jurisdiction in such cases, it the name
of the Mayor and Council of the city of Apalachicola
as in such cases made and provided. Passed Thursday
March 9th, IS13.

Aitm Ordinance. "
T 0 repeal an-ordinance entitled An ordinane an-.
th:i-sti. L he.owner, of buildin -; or lItso:n Water
-and Cotimerc'e.streets, to fill up the ''reets. tCeriata
reri'- ad conditiiensin front of their buildings attd
lots." 'Pa-.':-ed 27th Apric ^._37. .' '
Whereas, The caus,: whtch induced ihe ria<3aei
of ihe.-,love.re>it,-d ordinance no-onger"-existed, and
its ei-'itiiun'ric may-cause art unWteceAsi'y:.,hbrge...
the city.. .. .'p? ,. ':. n.; s .-i
'Be ii theretfoie-orda-inea by tbe ._avooand Council.
of thl-'iiy j.o',TAplachi.-ola,' T.ut-,,h1' same be, ,and-
jis iter"tby rep'eaed ... -" .' .-.
P. Jasel ffar jbht.S1.;,83. .. .- .'

rae tui
with t
larly a

for cas

new se
ter app
will, to
er has:
*. >;1 lull
ead -,I't
and at
in this
Cn :"
qui re-
.iici, a
Lhis stlu
that thi
tel. E
sh'e ti
to r'.ca
. ,I lh
red lo I
eSLS, it
on all-.
.0 ourcei
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cf hi
zagfcd, i
traud c

"iQ. --.-Ordin!me '.- -". ;editor. 1t,
'For thc filling in the Brick-'S'tdrds-,ith Sand 6r SWeMis lcaIIyandju
Stotli, level'ofW arep.4 Rc.f'- rit.,
SSLCTION 1. Be it.Ordaifid by lre'. Mayor and Cuineil ,A.1 that t'
pf IeGOitv'of'Apablachro-fa'l--af-'rniii and after the. -.en- .
passage of this.Otdiumnec ,iWJ41'-'be i.nlawfulfor*'.a4n '.'. P,.
"erlon tolrspaiP rrieay hie l t6Wer'Wor os b il g'fJ igd -hea tt,
or stores on the first- atd second "Tan -es -ri4 lot sA j rflk -.,i,. .%
filing in w.Jitff sawla l ',he's'lso 'th'at-it sbhal-1 bcoflweM, ;,- dr%
eH with adjoinijng streets, Dr,ous ito pblting.'bacoir r-,... *
laying ajd floor, and' any person neglect"g or relusinng
t o. -, -_ Y .'',t4 M t h e ir' "
to do so shIl tf rii-pay.-to ta.b--shd' CV the suh -O rb ,heir
s%]-t. : --fren to 'ti
tlltwi141 lt" Ivil, :,

4-I -'

rtiitli'ji- In- icdi' 1 i:':) lIih~itI ;iclfi'-i il'it Iladies-1 slh w, thatAmerican mniitilactorit.s employ rad
Ih't it is i. 1f.fi,,.,td Ii rii.-hii ha'e ri. 4 eed tliem sustaiin a as t atmorti, of A ,neritcan-capilti!, of O ,
all, Ind a I-:' -i en so dso .,i,-d. I g treat variety. The ool growing ilmLrest of
_. -,iitr tRows. -. ii' I Ill'i -tira tihe Unihed Stlates alone, is estimated, by lhe
set-iid -iiloyst the pi' tics tihemselt es tltoutdi lion. Mr. Slade, of Vt., at two hundred millions E,
si.,ii,,iii.' ; IIv tI-Uir fir, lits. I if baetled b1\. of dollars. The farmers of thie counti'--olf r E
el,,: pr'ti,,l l ( lit:i,, ule- aid tihe i .tttits. o'. c-iithn- 'which class M orec than a million are interesied' in -L (
I',irt. 't- u -.:, l!,.ir r,--i,'ni, IlIe -Iiiids uf tie op- cro in,' wool-rt' ceive ainniually toriy ntillions.of e,"'.( P
i,.,i |ii l X, *iit l -,.. ti osi e t iy u tditnnected, o dollars from this source ; f.r sitisisteincc ofope- ce-tti
'i t --Ipointr
ll.. ..l bv f.'_l *v c.,i,1 'e Ithe di-ei t ii coms1 ply ; rat;Ives i, tle \\oolen tand i in Fi ctotits alone, quai,
it b.e-itti a ruihu a ,n-i i.j lt (iarto\'.'tlo assist those the Aiii 't s receixetu enlv-six millions of dollars ,k.ir,
ihit "aiil ttheii h[iI on thosee niem-i s, le t lthe --in all s.ix\-six millions ofdo' ilrs, h i in; g n -ilat- C e
,i[:,i. ,f..i.' !."W ei t.- .r :e-r -, *reait.' If tle pan.Uii ts-i ly nine tin es as nitch as all the Ant-r;catl flounr, intrc
il,: ii-'l ti-A cdl, to tlhe \ i- i o iif !el clhiil, lhey are Ileef' iand pork, absorbed by the entire' fotri_. dt.lhe
e1ll i 1til t. c ii a C: l l iii the rnl'.iriait-t. nla .L-tets ini the world. e R'-
S,." 'e.,,.r ni.tV be- curious t, ik, \w hat irt DERIVATION OF A TITLE' OF NOBIL- bco
.W' iLO'tic.I 11':c\ Lire al ioiL, ii-_ lhoi so laiudiihbi a -- :' ; s l Ili
c-t i,: ..r l,'', I: s. ,- .. .i
A (-;.!,a'.., ; t.I.'t, tu,'-: sIwpi(t'Ai man ; hr,1-' The bsoubriquet of the common hantman is
,ii. '>il .)- to .Il, ,iit';ii v orl: ; ti, a kltr -lilk, n se ; perliaps nit '.,eu,:rally knot 'n to II:ive bcen de- $125
n ',; -.at, .._. l,',!i\ lili.e ur ;i,'- ;i, l;'frcrlo-ml t -. i' to M Sir R ichi tiid J.iq .cti ;, i ,0f w hom no Fo]
S I ii '. d : '.. ', l ii i in ._i ,' '4' o \ ,, ,Iit h l a r .t e ,t h ,- r m c nic u 'r ia l e x s ls b eu t 1a n a l ,i _st ill H h i lil.'- il ,-r
; 1. t t',i-lk i; ', ; il. 1t: ,, ,nf',!rl ,,irt 1liit'-l," deed oftlhe itzi-i of king Edw atrd V I, ofEngland Fo
,'ui,:,r i N, a.,' (' ,d,:-. I broi'n. The women uliteeitilie is appointed Lord of tlihe Manor ot pairo
*:,' tlhue ,1 ii.sr ,:,i-:r.:riLs "I .-r b-i:held, sAi..lr T liurne, with all its appurtenances inclut'dini Foi
tU 's ; icl i'' tdit ii i; a i ii c li thet allow s. It is to a co)rriuptiii of Jai-Inet dos
A l 1 r i ( l ; t i l l I l ot l [ l it> t a l ; v, v 1 1 I : h l uI f a'3 c e s ; u o
in IiitL, d thI-\ ti!!-r liitn!1% lr.thi le men. hthat a'tiquairies tribute Jack Kelch. o
Thi.' i '- -" ,.,f' l -,''-s ij 'Il-S-opl.- te.sp:)unds with 1tS Oa'dil Iance m 't
T' " :;" alll l o 1 'o-1,A r i a c utIr t
tile ir et r.,,. I'icJ, ec-,t all Ilatert of lo,:d, Fr th ,r;c, eli6naif th lie /alth of the city. more
V\-ei) dulu- f', '.lii;. I;S, atil tle IIlood pl aill ECTION 1. te it ordaaind_.by the Mayor and Court- re
,ininlli.. TI:.. ist is batdl driver a slow Hire, in L-D c;ircn otf thle city of Apalachicola, That from and otre
It' 'I i-,W'te-cl i li lio-'S till itl.i'L tics ofa nas? after tlh- iipassae of tiis ordinance it Flial be unlawful g
l.I lt.. I ,ijb,-s, rAll i ,e cties of rnsi y lor any per-on'cto deposit in any part of. said city an,t in goe
:i,. "11't coa'l rI. ly r I,:l otr d'kg ba matterte, or create or~cause any oht ,i plante
ito in -:.:. -. I, iju;-;aice whiltch may be injurioPs to the health or effect Wi
-\litrn,:; TH. KooviEcs.-. \'lien a voung ri-ni li,.. public imorals of said city, and any per.soa so offend- it stal
hnas iloi d si., :,ilhectii,us ultn a V.othiD womrn, ';n hall forfeit and pay teo t ile said cii' lthe uM, of tln of ,ll-
_.ither c his ,oun 6or sonei1i,-iltlboring parish, (i.:ilars for Each and every such oi' nce. Pld u
P s c .- S 2.Be it furtlter nrdrditned. That the Board of tlent
his fatlir visils her laiier,ari,.l demands her in Hiahh shall, once a montl, or, if necessary, report i, tie sa
iiirri,,.-.:- I.,r lii, :.uil. Iif. I ttLihir o1l this ellun iires .v.ritinow, any and all nui-.sancs in said city to the hl ayor, C, C
ii:t r e ar- tlit- : it is ,,t"' lie v uu,'O u ti'.n to enticle vh''-.: ,I,',i t shall be to notify the,ocupant of the pre- Thn
hill to 0I l'.r X''r, atd ]i .. inri:nihv ie cIn alOt']d to mt-_s on wi'ich said nuisance may (xvit, to abate the ;in Ap
'lt- ll. .. -1 dC u Liiil--1 fci ) 'thQ same f Nthwitlh, and upon the neglect or refusal of said ('lamni
c aiu at ;h[ \: dt.: t t ; t0 which rite fa- oceaiant to do, so he shall forfeit and pay to the said city lIce sa
tielr lIc' t'Life ti 111311 anreliu'-, that his Oin is a tlie 'urn of ive dollars for each and every day he )o the m
.i-rve 'wa' fi,f a, ,od W mlii Ultr, an expert chief; inucIets or ic ri'u esto remove liesamn".
t'or that het ca,1 produce so many h,-iads of thie Sec. 3. Be it furthetwordained, That the report of P
eensot thin, i an of t h i- ame le hsMsaid Board of Health to the Mayor as aforesaidshall Apala
eems h s lain, and ol ie mc le has bb-: conclusive evidence as lo what shall be a nuisance
killed ; tiat in his Ilhuse "ir such at d suchI stolen tundr the proisions of this ordinance. : ;
-oodt, iind tlm t, can .ati t so liany (measuring Sec. 4. Be it further, ordained, That it hall be the
adEiLtIhit- can Jaw dtctany ,fethe I
the Iiliimb'r) at his m ,'ir .- duty -of the Mayor to:have suitls i istituted against all TI.pee
T t i i ,E D'Itr.- .i ."r.r pp]r ns violating any prov'isiou of the fori-i,_nig ordi- i t
1,z, :-.- ,ic.U.| o L .\ t hr ,rni-5 "'e nai W in any court liaving coLmpe.tent ji.risdcction of the F.,i
tttl a youtuwiiipn. ll t;iC7t-a'"S-.^^_g. 'g 't ,ec. 5. Be it further ordained. That all ordinance old
produce l;WaN |i-rocn ic-t ulb ylll'hthretpx bf.dinancers ui.,lih h ithe pr'vt'nions of rfl1
,~~~~~~ 4i .._l,t lua~4 a-d}4h by repvolcd.
curps-.e ouf a, p.inn of Iaik be inhunied til,a titassd Aprid '7l'. e.h lb .d e ac, n'ed b "-tr '-'- ; ": -"Passed Apr1 il L t'ht--"n'i
1Sh1ould ice be of rnuk, ceIcat re-.joi.iw"'akes ROVIINGtewuili rv)E', a es' ""-ere
picici, oIn his return from a St ,tccstlul expedition: PROVIDING: f 1rhiier'l tiviy bf.qoiton and oLter es, CU
l P,,:,p,-!Iy .on.J he, Whdne~ande.l W-Whene, 'e,,r
the heads, wtldi probail1y .ltill bleeJ, eare seized PS. c. Beit- oriked, 3 4h. Ma-yoi.uaI.,niL ,t-r
Se. Bei r~e. id ,Maor'anaQ o~ni qa
leads nd nor ii, lto rush e iels witli the ensaerg dip t ahe t'ftt'h C',' .rvf Ap tacti o hrPa, Twin; l sho mae.or cause he i T'
heads car'! aniti't tiheiisc-lx's with the ehtsaht'rIhn- t'ul t_,r atiy 'Itthie,':nr petAl- l~t t make or cause to be g
1i3i,"' a fit i- t '1'1, \v harix e ,,-t t a" b al, barge, .u'-'i Agate
ed stream lvhilt dropS io'011 trhe skull.-A fn ,i:,,i er wa'tei',l.aft, lN at ayr" vhaf iant .aM'a
of gieut coii six.e -aio na1 v lhat' fifity'or stx4o, i etl.'.::, i, n].; rchat'i c- or thr No'np'a
skilt s sli-i ndrd oil lihis pre- ist s. It lih s been prp |eirm t y be etidat'tcr-r--iem; aind'l crit atid evenr pn' P c
kno n tl NOi l,-.t t eais have expired before a ''t ;i a a y p i- i iii oiicin, ll r. B
t a leianctfl pa fir tie ius,- of ca i \ u lie '1i[t7t.J Tuweniv t"T
yoiIIIg mlii cold bu marri.l, or, in other: words, Dilla:, [i ine Airm okieca, nd Fifty Dellar r ca.h Lrg
before lie cotild procurIC' a skull. ceed .ini otI: ne, inc h.e tied for.ibelore any) cuult Siiiall
having proper juris.di'ii'tion. Pica
Fiala tfi HeNd(.' Cmi-ant. S.Sf:. '.. Be ii fiilither o,'.iatined, That the City Mar- Born

iut a-. ihrre may be some vho n'eoteT'"da.bd'a't
i wtil s.ar,.eiv bekdeemed a tiresodhit%'n ion
pittl- tM hemn. i ... .
e fir-it place, dJie FiLirida Jotina.'BK'-.l *-,
he intereists of the TerrimoryaieIl',a S' ,'"%
rola. In particular. To bet prbait 9 -S .
wrl.l .eek to. di.';eiafnate 'coqvr I t't4- i).t
subjects 'c'uitectedamith. coiaifthf 40itth :
sof he couulry. By stead-ii,' 1
Sthe.pitbhi.hW.htopes to contnb'ri b 'I.b'
#era,. pw. peria l ," .'1 ". .r
-"u I no w4daa t .. .'a f -- 'hadwnInr'.
aws,gn4*a Eil:itd- obserVane fi'ltod &d ,Iz4a
r violators qf-o.e.aontl sectIly'timttEidals Ieu4A
in deinuoralizibrg ptu-sui;a,'Aor.,de aer.
r s"4&r .,bt iffnd M.y, of .,


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duiy 6of-



Cotton Preiogilmtas!. -.'' .
rad- by the Altalach'icold iltbabe '
C m erce; .. ....';
/.-')l first /hi. jr'i or(.id;n os t(f tic Chamber ot Com r '
', hr doi o,- T Tu.dy aernit d) 1 '
:SOLVED, That the. Apalach'rdbia [ChAier of '
.uomi-rce,,although disappoiprtedjin theiuIm'bA- of V.-
elihirs for the premniumnis which.. it offered L6^4ne "f'Li
i, the pat( year: still bek-ivifigthat thrir' 4ap. i.
Ainent :riginatcd oily from a wait 6? f'nek1 "i ., .. A]
lance uit rlie conditions of the:award, -fWezre ...
*As of again orl'ling anll apportuiuilyto. ithe rplaers
-op rating with the Chamber in their .lb
,\-e tie culture of this'our great sltale. .
ril'..rt and happiness of one hal-t.f"iea
id;. a
so',lrl, in furtherance of this desigaT .tt; T 4
'ibc-r of Commerce otl' r the following e
nitendcd for only by the growers of cottti,.:
heir crop in tlit market, viz:- e--' -. '
r the best lot of 100 bales from one crop, .-altpd.
silver CotTee Urn, of the value of not less than
r the best lot of 501) bales from one crop,-a hliandsohe
Tea Set, tle value not less than.$125..- '.. .
r thle bust lot of 20 bales froin any one crop, which
not cxc: Ld :.:.U bale-, a handsome silver Caster and
)f Trays, value not less than $100.'-
r ihe bslt lot of 10 bal., f,'rom' any one: enop.which
in.t :xc.c:d li0 bales, a splendidly finished Rifle, .al-
I Icss than .$11)t "
Rs,!r(l.-Tl,at cotton to be entitled to a'ipr'emim
hie sold in this place. No person to.. be. ewVitked to
than one premium, and no cotton to bp entitle..to
iniimu, that does not class Livterpoo Fai' Coit'on
d for -e premium mustlbe packed in squate-bales-
ed souiind bagging, weighing not ovr.'500pobnas,
.tha lan 40, bound with six ropes-and have tie
er's name plainly displayed on lthe bales.
hiEn a lot of ctulton shall be offtcred 'for apii'cmiuhi.
II be examined by a .Committee of thrteimenibers'
Chamber, and it in requisite order, shall be. sai.
undcr'thleir inspection : the samples to be numbered,
umber to be entered opposite the maker's name, and
amnples to be carefully preserved until submifledkto
uiniiuitc'e ofAward. .. *
e preiumni .mshall be awarded on the, first-Montdlav
ril, k..l4,.bya Committee of three members of the
ier, tol bc.' appointed ten days previous, to whom
niplcs shall be submitted, who shall be ignorant of
aker's nami e. .: -
DAVID'G. RANE'Vi, I'tresident.
G. PORTER, Secretary.
aehlicola Jany. 4, IS-14.

Type at IReduced Prices.
i ad all other Printing Malhrials, itaicifactured
CONANEIS U'nihted Slates Type and Stcreotyle
e/hi, .qcr ner' rifJ Ns.s',in anmtf Ann Srre, NAro I
A, cani lc had ,.t eig/itren per cent. deduction froml -"
pi ies.
E undersigned tespectfullv informs (lithe old patrons
of the Type and Stt'reti.pe oundrv, formerly'
pas James Con i',, and more recently known as /'
t_.io', ano d the public in general, -that' They i
S.e.c_.e.ute orders fr printing tp,,es4 press.
Pias&-,c 3.o. .- araes,s anrd every i
.a 3 d -" 'I 16 ;;

3It do. Piurca f 3|do:
der, cuti, brass rule, ad al olitie ieilabnu.
d at tis establishment a qat the same reduced

New articles got tip to order on being furnished i'*

a7 h Nrl-

.. -'1is 4111 o. Bou rgc ,c:' .o.
IPica 34 do. Small Plua I,..",*-Ldo .. /
32do. Pica T. d o
red at this estEablishmnent, at the same redhedd
N cw artiMles -g 1titp to order on being-fturnished :
he patterns.-, .. .
Stype cast at thi e dstablihment is, brloi in the
if face and niatcrial of which it is made; particu.
adapted ft;service in newspaper printing.
lihiiSJ of Stereotype furnished to order.
.;A. JAMES' CONNER' & SQN. 0 r4
S-On Coillii-inliUc .. .
'"00 pieces .India Bagging, .-.. ..;',- '
1--300 pieces Dundee'do-i- Fot "ale low '
h or City acdeptaridd at No. 44 Water st. by -"t' '
-9tf FARRIOR&Co.
.--. o p 'o. : Y

iday, the subscriber is-.ues the first number of ,-^H '
iries ol the FLOaRIp.a, JOUN.,l, and it will ifereat- { |
ear t5,&.narly, every Thursdayevening. | |
ar agf,:tre stib,.cribter is -concernen, the..Jou, rnal f
Sadintents and purposes, be a hew 'esablishme.nt;
relies.on the dal a,:'t r ii .-hall m ai,n ain fey s, 'p- :
With the oblirati,-n> t-nteretd, mno h, the persons 9 .
rl- connected with the office, the present putli.. h- |' "
no concern, a-nd, for.encouragemene-- depends e .
on those who may, from;the- i.- u in's or: lhe-fi 1
', 'favor .him with their patronage. -,w.AtShe ,
,.,f ('he establishment, will be its.onlyi.rve

IGIDLY ADHERED TO, except'in c :
ilti,'_n, wlhrice the patties prefer paying j,
the tear, at tlie cii.sequent increase ofl
the saint time ge,'ing. some rcspoissibl4,
cite, as guarantee for punctual tiayiien7^
in ,:,.''ieasi:.'n litje tl, present, common,.usag
a few tords a; to the &otrse that Wiljf'bepu -
rid the' vrineci'ples rhat''widl.e ddvo'eaiedtd On
t'jeo, to many, untltiigfurthetht need be said, than
e editor u ill ton,.fuct ihe. Florindl Journ4l 1in p
r similar to that in which he condutited' the news-
with Wh]iih he wa,' l'onier'ly coineiled c'ib.thbi
Pr c d; ly the va'me ptiftr'i p tes "'.*yl. tlW.b.a-


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