Commercial advertiser

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Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title:
Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Place of Publication:
Apalachicola <Fla.>
R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Creation Date:
February 5, 1844
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )


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Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note:
"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note:
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note:
Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).

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iR D '- 'I'J if'i"1 I .- it; should b- made the Government thai it --- - --- -
S.r. .JJI! R I f ij by the present estimated value of property, which is

-----------------. -. -. --.- -- --.------ -. -__.___ ___h' IIi ti'lit be as publicly ?known as the Government: now extremely reduced! in value. The
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lUBLISIIED M' \! +AY -- -
BYDOMIJ6E ; ri-- J For tI l'; COIHllerciald"erticr.: : aid he always the same measure in every person's: borrows inane y at three per cent and lends it at
.' W :;
plat This b. done less than six
f can by no power makes a hundred cent
BOS1VORTIIVVIAN per just as much}
.v;o. 13u Wafer \- 'n Pine street. the United:'l1tIl'lIt ; it would be nna: the man who buys barrel of flour at three dol
OiTice tUrd story Baltzell's Buildups, corner of HEW YORK, p"' itt! for individuals: ur even the State Governmerits lars and sells it ut .lX.Y t.. might} as well make
The i3 coming yonder dirk? ski?
PHILAXDER Spirit s. to make such' unkss the iavts
Commerce & Chestnut streets, KIMIIAT.L. I'ropri -tor. a uniformity which, in their operation, would compel the
And down to her eyry the baltl-ra !le the:, Satos should,} combine f'T tie !purpose; and this producing classes that rich
tntt1Plt' were not to double
AT T.IREE DOLLARS, PER AXXU.M' C O MM:I S S 1 O.I'" S. Cookc, And scream with alarm as the shadowy: formIs would form a compact, and be, in fact, a United I J pmv when they: bought, and! when they pay sold to
4'lilIl.L' T
PAYABLE I.V AOVANCK. calling: the wiurhvinds to gather the! storm. Government. I the! rich! to receive but halt Ut "guvo it
v. they
3 :
Advertisements of ten lines or less (hve-ity lines, cor. Tchoupitoulas st. A-> t tilt measures of quantity do not pass fromo3t I would :n* t be ir>rtcerta'n.. to sJ the
operate ugai:
or more in proportion) conspicuously! inserted New Uric ins, La. I I. party to the other, in the exchange of properlv I producers: and in favor fl>f the eanirahsts.

at the 1 Mlowing rates : Kdcrs to-.Messrs Harper+ :c Holmes, The louder his thunder the fiercer his ip!. but :re local and their correctness i is easily I'f will give an example of 'the

One year. .. ..$to no. Oae month . S'2 .Vj janl i tln..v__ ____ Apalachicola, }'h.rcetlevool And tb shin; his lightnings-the sky i i- on lire : tested, they can be mule by any individual whovnshcs I II : mOl -y at the prtsemltiter. .. operation rich of
being Ilea
Six months. ,. .... .7 weei1)0< ) to them. Cut individual in
; lie treads on tho mountains and shakes thy wide an I;: kf \ r Wall -trci-t, ftidthat
V ; ,
JHllrs I Dy borrowing ten
Three moUhs ..500 Two ,
( w.\.I.I; ., f
) .lt'C'1'IU1 is rightly f. : bidden to make a. m te ?:ILJJLr..r U. a ;;! ti'II.tdI1ar, ; ? from
E htS{ earth a Bank for
A C ( M
Two hs.400. One in.c t'rtion..I Of : MIS lOX liirik erects days,
MnKCilAXTS; note and p.ias: it :1mXll'Y.. if.ere is a :\I-'( for }him
When adrertisetnens are sent withnnt A.-, groaning, it gives the strong hurricane biith.He opportunity to muke'money
any special Columbus! < ;<'or; ia. In order to f a Hank the ten

directions aso: the number of insertions ..;j-' Liberal advances nude upon Goods consigned i l1. I will relate one t transaction of a wealthy thousand, at the rate of three and a halt cent

required be it will h! understood they arc to --- --- ----.t.-. us.-- jaiS; 5t ?])eaks in his wrath, and the t':mi'e<.t rep,ief, 11u., in the City of Now-York with the setters : iticrest.ntr annum, pk-JiCmg Stock fur per security.

published be coatinuedit UNTIL roRinn ; they: will therefore WKI. (a. I'orler; A Co. And howls through the forest and o'er the sea flies. in, Wisconsin: Territory. At the Land Sales of The interest o: the $1. J' III for ninety 1\J "is.s.s7

according to the t f'regoinir our discretion rate and charged DEALERS: IX (tiu; I Ill l ,S :\\) COMMISSIONJl And da-thed the waves, as in fury it rides G'tvermnei.t. this: Hou-'e, it is said, furnished one ;'!: : r/. !;., a Pearl trct't Merrhanr, needing' a

l 1"1/: 1 LST=. \. hundred: thous'ind dollars! to buy land The sdI j I discount tir trlu.OOO$ applies tu the same Hank

Legal lication Advertisemcits is fixed of which the term of pub :\\.. 11 Water Street, The surges that foam o'er the billowy tide.-. I t tl':r.- en those hnds l 1 had not the money to pay fur t ft j: the sine day, und gets his paper discounted i : the

from the above law, will only bo e.vcepU-d I nov'.) ly___. .Ipuluchieola, Fin. 1\'. I tln-m ; but having settled on and improved them, I Hank charges; him six per cent interest ; that i is

"nrt- entitled to pre-cinptiorn right of : .rri-j't.; C., Mechanic. whit has
To those who advetise the Old Ocean arises in might to oppose pur- j jttst finished! a
by lib.-ral ds- 1t1iay & ilarlshoriie
year .1 ch! ;;l-( :at t.wd'Jlbr: aT::'i twenty.-livu cents per acre, i{: steam-engine d.nd: boiler, .1111 ha.- taken a n .tt* iu
count will be mule ; but all a advertisen-fiJ not C O )'I.1 I 1 S S lUN 1IF.IL,1I.1\T5 The wild raging storm that disturbs his repose, i:
a-id: to avail themselves of this right, they were ; I p.i>:nent for V'fyvj, applies to the same Bank,
Strictly pertaimig to their own busine-s, as; X.;,. .1') Water street, And tosses the traps and the steamers in glee, obliged to with to advance and 'I Which discounts the
agree some one note for (him, charging him
well as all legal alvertisements seLt iu( by them; H'1 Apalachieola:or'da.' And to :!hSiliri*. uf Storm ,
will be charged ;t the u.ual rates. i roars 1 am free !: pay to Government two hundred dollars t for every sovuu per cent- interest; that is, >";:. Each of

All announCement! of candidates) for oliice: ; I W. .. A {.. C. Stain, I I v. cal : hundred: and >i.\ty acre<. Now this House, flic three has bought the uo l'.f the same sum c f

be charged will C 0 M .II S S lOX M E RCt1.1.X T S, : tojf.ivor;: the parties, contracted l to buy the land, UluIlCfo ninety d)\.s.tht.' money all belongs to
all FIVE DOLLARS during the canvass,, N u. G-J Water tr et.Apaladlicula. Now stronger=md stronger the sweeping wind flies, f pi: :y the two hundred dollars and take for the i the Hank? and i;t the end of ninety days mu>t bo

All payable cages in advance. As deeper 1 the darkness wift mantling the skies, !. money: so advanced the note of the settlers for I i returned to it. One !Ins p-id at the same Hank; ,

or individual(when admissible,) of apersonal Liberal advances! made on Cotton slumped to While rolling hi thunder and q'1' v'ring iu fire tv'nr hundred dollars, payable in four years with I, on the same day, for the use of the same article,

inventions, nature will: be, or pulls of' : nee Liverpool, Xew York and Boston, and also in The whirlwind runs wild 'neath the :tonn- interest: at fourteen per cent per annum eu the ;=?7 ')<); the next has paid S15U ; and the third.

OUlSc. charged for as Spirit's ire. fl)-''r hundred dollars.: In the mean time the settlers : Sr.:. The=auk, \\ e all know, wouM nut have

advertisements... --.,, discretion.GAUDS.. ,.,.. .. ___ __.___nov.I ly. __ I'oII.1l must in,,Wrote the lands ; and, if they do not I It ciic'lred;: lIlY of these nutes uul ss perfectly satin v*_.
+ > + -- 3 D.\Y. DAMEI. J. DA;. VI. t tiifd!!: themselves able to redeem them, must forfeit >d that thty.. \vr-rtr uod.

.] Day & Co.. Thus raging o'er cities, and forests and fields, |th':ir labor and quit the premises.'. Fourveais I Let us ;pp'.v' the same to merchandise. A. ;

-- _--_ =_= -- -_ CUM111SSIotN 1IEHCllaN'I's! The bcMiity of all to his fierce anger yields, have now elapsed! and these enterprising ; I buys of a merchant a package of iroods (>n three i
-- --
Jlichttl A. Myers- -- -,--- jail j Iv \o. 52 Water -ireet, \\ ilen dcelyIly! relenting, with pitying ereHc'c'pso'thc dtuls, it i is said, have many of them paid l.d'i'I'I morth5Crcdlt for. S""'r ."."+-l'J./; H. buys the same '

au.dachjcola,1 !a. !la.ids ; and, as to those who have nor, day of the same merchant a secord package
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.Xo. wr ck from the clouJs in the sky. I exactly -
is Water liJtt'ltc>r; fc Ii ohncs.I HJUSO cannot make them pay a heavy advance I j like A'd, and is ci,ar.rcd yl"t>) on the saiac
treet. fi.j-: waif:ing a longer period it will probably !, CiX-dit( L'. the same day t the
Sale! Davs-WfitNESUAVs and SAIVRIIAYS.DILL. -cO\L\IISSIOX i 1 2\lEHCiL\XT.i 'u. | keep ; buys third !package! ,
th;: land and the settlers and their faimiu-s will :and is c-red s'lT.;. Or
-- ---. --- I Xo. T.l Water street, I 'Tis 1 thus that: the CQII: Ileref i shadow is{ f car'd, >tii'pfsi tnh'tI; a
:3IWAlm A. F. PALME uC":' be4: turned fr"m their homes with no means of i I barrel of flour 1 : he pays for it $3 Ou-100 H. bu
:: I :Apalachicola, Fin.David As shoats of the nations in b-ittlo heard ; :
Servant Dil & Co. __ ___ I are ; su'isistencc, after years of toil. I only state thi the same: day and hour am titer barrel ot the same

Xo. 2J Water atrt\ t.t COMMITS 1 I( r') \ .c Ftitl.IYIt1.c i! < ; \IEnCIL\: T 'I Humanity falls from her home in his f-ye. evlortions: worse than this practiced on the citi- the same Lan, charged :;;7. .\. is richer than

J- Liberal advance? made on all consignment;, A.*:!) HEALER IX GOODS;( ) ) ,\,.'. S. /AJ.S: of \ev-Yur But let me show what! profit"orh i I P.., and B. i is richer ti.ari C. : ;aril cf course theE

and b.lstarssttnfated t? them will bepronii'ly ",o. .Water: street.jan2Dtln man has to pay over and above six per cent. } richer: the man the rherr: )er he must buy, and the

attended! to I ___ ____ Apalachieola, Vh.? For the fommercial: Advertiser.CHARITY. per annum on tl.fs advance of two hundred del- j poorer the I:.n the acre he ::!?t pay to increase

R' ers to-LVNE & READ, Uoston. U. 25. Wood ,fc ( o., lays : | his: I'uverty. '

CARY CIOK, Purl did, 3Ie. COMMISSION MEiLCH A xvc.o. rr mm. wvma r.i.tii-ii-; r.c.\f"ry or THC FJE:Cll TJ!:New-York Gentlemen, for 100( ) acres j Hut suppose these three to come to a ferry

S. C. WurriTR, 1 tatluweu.aalachicola jl _\ '"J Waterstrcet. LINES : if land. pay . . . .. .;$200:) j which thev wished; to crts, aril the ferry-master
Ar.0.: Iv J1II: Aii'i,tehicoh. Fhl.2i. } .7 qiii jHirJonni' sur la tcrrc Ole! year's interest at t i per cent. . .. 12 j should say; to the rich broker, 'Sir, what i U your
Die darts le veil : I I business :" *.
pardonntra.: I
am a rich
I deal
ploburt, Ilisoi A: Co., very man : inIfJea.3ures
MANUFACTULL'lt UEAIJ'.K: DEALERS: MiSC-ELLA.VF.ors 11'- HOODS, Tlf- who pardon on th** t'arth, Second yeai\s interest at 6 per cent .. ... l 12 72 j value much of value, and change these measures of
I as it
AN'D ; as .
CO..LUIO.'IEiit.'ll. borrow
\ TSo. :: IDpower.
( lll''j''l'L't''i':, (grid in loaves will pardon." !!
X.i'J Water i J3: Writer :!rerj t, : 22172.|;. money out of the Bank for three aid sornctiraes '
Up : .urs, tr'r,
I".H Iv _A.'atiiflne'jli." : --d-'-cl Iv ----- :ltlatI1i! (!a I-'li. I:i ch'iiity! thou art a noblf sift Tlfird; year's interest at 6 per cent. ... }:iI? three and a half rr tour per cent interest, and I
I E. 1.; FJ.KWI- -- I i buy good business notes vrell endorsed for six" and
f'1: M. }IJurr. I| G'td-like (lutes.!in- on frail rrriug:: man I
S. 15. 3&inilto ; ') '; !
( "s seven
I : 0 r leer cent (:r even more, as good notes
DKAWR IX RJ.vY1.01 UL-'JTHIXC, 2"h! Vi'4iiesa fc lisift, i For who can that i-n.-hiouding', vil uplift Fourth year's interest at 6 per cent. . .-14 0Tci'.d can bi had i in New-York ; and for se\r 11'cars as
K'A1'UKS l cV; (J U M \11 ri SIUti ,
| And sliew the nakd heart-Its
No. 17 Viler street, tortuous phm. past, when h b
I :MEKCHANTS.: . . . . . money .s : . .. .. .. S2o2 CO I i im
rlccl l'. .1;) larliicula, Fl't.DKM.CIIS1X Xo. For that 1 \p eJl he many: hidden springs", ; j t borrowing money cur of harsh, payinsr six rr seven
r 2 Cjliunbus: Bmck.{ I And many faults that mew) may forgive ; W'.:;.r.a= Settler pays, by his Labor- i per cent interest ; and when i hive paid these
N. 1 ntc.i ( Ap: d (' !ir.oh, Fli.P : :
o. "ote:5 JOO'
CL'JUllXG.t hours. S1iUIaCornet I '-s/"<. Lib T.d :l'-tle"o! : made! on 'niton f'i'.pp1j (d ] fei-fitfuln: .- !.' pride ;-yet, niint'h! .,. things, Uiv' ycr.r'd Interest at i-i per cent .. ... uG 'I rates at bank, i have usually received 'from one
j toNev.' York, Lvrjn: i'l! Jlstvre., d I-'j tin, to two u.d: sometimes; three
That under
or cent month
t ti attic
JlIrcy''t'ii liopes live. per a for.
in. h, c. : __. __ ._ n________ __ ___ titsame
nvney! that I borrowed at six
.t;( I per cent. a
Watcrwu: C Ih-sn-it: str. ( is, i i Khnbron: A Z2avay, O attribut" divin- thy s.iintiy! 5-iniIc Second: year's interest at II per cent . (>J Si year ; and I han(- made a mat deal of money by

.\p.l: i.:')b. ___ ._. ruvllyJas. : Ctj.11IlSUlUNU FORU'ARDIXG I Sh..d! ls i joy upon the Guilty' 1m !ken: heart ; |j I .this tor the merchants! have( been! hard putt'* >

" Francis MERCIIXXTS.Apahichicoia. hs ; 5W> S-i l I j 'Sir;* says the
dr'p- vron: itt snnoxvs : weedy to beguile-, Third ferrymasteryou may have the '
} I year's interest at 1-1 per cent .. 72 7S use of our b nt t for
Flo'id. twelve
MERCHANT \ A: CLOTI1IKRA"v. : } Pouring: a balm! o'er all thy wounded rt. ,j < and a half cents."- 1
i llr:i. }1. Krt ) p Next rome-j the PfTirl-srrpet
2'1 } liioiuxton /. TlOti.H. merchant..Ana
) tl 1 ttozrenj near > t The penitent who} hir elf deed confess t
> 5 1)2 (;J2 !
i JOHN I I. RIDGWAY- what i is business .
1'ESYORK IIOVJ ivJ J Fourth year's interest at 11 .. . i your sir ? I am a merchant
. --- .- -- Ills grieved-for fault, ini! ht unruly be forgiven per cent J'2 J.D .; but business
i is
. I Lr.uadvantMs! : de Cotton very bad, is
; :n on consizned. tu I money scarce with
iincs F I'arrior, our frierin' XV.v York, Ijoatori 1 Liverpool! 01 For lie on earth: who 1 pardons, (Jodvil! bles-.. I TuI I.. . . . . . . ... .. .-6--. ._,..I,I. me." Your fare for the use cf the boat to go 1
w OKT \WAROE.X ) NOTAKY! PCl3LCApaltchiala ', j Havre. dec I lyrl And blessing, him will pardon to.>, in HUAVKN {:act this < .2o2 5t'JU) I over the ferry will! bo tvventv-five cents." Next

r b. :. comes the "t am-pnr'inc matter.l.Ifhat
--- --- '- LUCY.USURY .
I ------ -- I '
t May always be foind .. the oJiice:: of Farrior i: '. 32. A: f;. I!. Aissfia, --- ------- -'- Net gain in 1 year, over and above j per I business ? :> \\'h\\ I am a hard-workinic: manYrtir year/'
Co. :J. -H Water st. U; vuuld ivsp.- :tfully ; I : ; THE EVIL1.1) THE nE JEIJY. c-nt. intereM on $:U) advanced $ 123 OS: I : I
: sir/
-I C; (> tI111SSlON 1 I I M E: ItCllaN''S I Multiply rhi: stun btr !I ferriage, 1. ;lat is itVh ',
licit the patronajre ui i.isieids and ac juaii.lances. '' 7IV GODKK 5Xef sr, as
; X-j. ) -> Water street, i GAKDVELL.rrrr : \uu arc a l hard-working man, I shall charge
dec 2 5Wni. I .\-cn th.h'-'r..... ,1 1...' _ / -
-. Ap.11.1ebi\la. t aaju in 1 r'ar ort-r and al>ove l> ntrr.rnt. I -- tH.U o.1U .11;, 1Iel.lS, SJr : I..;' It.'rry iJ

Sydney (." cii ]1. !D. I It Liberal va'ices' t:.ate: on ("ton >?li:n'd: to ( i1'r_ Xl.I' Interest (,a xOW$) advdnced..j 3It) a creat mmcdation to the public, and we IFvii

: GKEEX tapes this of .j Now York., : novl\ 1 ly OJ the Powerof J/u/iey, and it..> ..llitsts.Why ItlttliJr this bill! b!'. . . . . KQXct \ \ t.-, do all! we can to prtrr.ote'; industry ; step I.V

DR. his gratitude to ors opj-rtunity pat and to cxprt'Sin a-sore- I _.__ _____ _. _____ j I' do all these evils exit ? They are national ; -- on board the boat and take that scat where there 1 .

them that it shall be his con-tdn-iidedvor to render i rJ.'hos. I.. Mitchcl, I : ; brought, into ('xbt nrl'y national; late- profit in .S} year, over a.r.d above G is no cushion : the! cushioned seat, sir, is reserved
himself useful his ( (11111SS'ItN J A p-r cent. interest on the advance ofsSiW.UCIO for the gentlermn broker.:'
more in prf siun. : FOltl''aItDING and have thus been times
j I from immemorial/ ; . . . . . .. ..
Office on Centre, near Water &-eef. tie(__j I MILRCHAXT.Xo. therefore it is said there i is for $211,5-10 (W Why not as well pay the difference for the use ,
I 1 I no remedy them All} thi: \
A Csiril i 33Vat-r st. Apalaiicc'i.dor : ': I I But the trouble i is that all irovernr.-ienl-j 1m: e legislated men. :' !:dS bcen !paid by the labor of these of the boat to cross the ferryas to pay the difference I

W. 7 lyGKOCIIS i l into Ti.iiawesee; tint r1U:),')IUOIlayC cleared, to bank t..r the use of money .-
S. SPENCER hasrer.eved hit .__n being a ll/.wlr hat( has ruled the over and above I
DOCT. I I I ; six cent interest _
to the BalUell UildLU"cotd iloor irovrniment, and 1 made it subservient::: to a per compounded!
,\ CflTfI-
Q.:1.:1e I
: D94Sge : few !- I every year, :'ll,; ltJ : and this has been done I I EL'IIOPC-HER!
aver the store ot N. Miller .So Co. EirjLUCt from I j .'i. COMMISSION \Il.:}'.(:1 I.\.",'1"._ ratively individuals or petty buiks, who hold; I without any labor on the of the I DEBTS.
Chestnut street. His residence is o, jjlvu tjak t Xo -10 Water street, this mf1ll poly of the bounties of a Leneficieut It!t each of settlers part cjr.italist.; The debts r.f Europe i is the nhjrtr cf an inter-
street formerly the residence of Charl d"c15 1'1'0\i l.'nce. The nation i itself had one.ttndrecLtidISn! : rain; article in a lat- number Hunt's Magazine.
\p.du.chicl must
j-eis Fla. bow dun
" acres, it would, make
I four From
hundred and ., indf- this it that
, and -acrilice the .15 appear every nation in Europe
, q. d c.l : -- ---- pro-ccrity! 01' the people to a vidtals and their families wihoiit; ; is
who have exception in
-t W.-dl-streft i: labored! and! heavily debt. Each cf thft
itlliiti.C1 ; hiU" I brokervho
; I' iii in judgment I : t and 1 die German
> saved
" Liroll & Owens, tat(. what interest every dollar they Could earn to pay this be- petty Statrspays a'hr. 'e amount of inter
i' ATTORNEY'S & CO X I..LUjbT'V V/IIOL1-SALE X'o. .tJ.lter.V RETAIL .Gi.'CCKU; : : I the nation shall l ?pay him for nevi'jent t financier, who had so kindly helped est. The aggregate of the debts of the thmy-nins
< and :tred..ianI "iJUMly a ineasuro of value of its them in their diiliculties. This sovereignties 1; 10, t9 ),71UOOI>) Oerntto dollars
Abbeville Troy, \la.WILL i is worsj thane ,
Aprllwhieoh, Fli. equal!
: own crt-ation. to KJ nt.of
in the 'j'his monopoly of noney slops th paying' the laborer" but half our tIrrt'UThe Endii!
practice Cu'inty and C price fur his t'.il' ,-it debt
I .uit swallows
( I trad., and business of the people and the up in iutr re-t, moft- than half
W. A. Wood. credit is i aL"I-.lttdv! one
. of the countlesot Muitoierv, I taking from( these hard-working men of the revenue )
of llllt \tluch
ikCt it
Coffee, Dale, Henry and Jiarbjur, CUIljI'JlJ: : hc i C'0'1111SS11)1'Ufttt'.11iUIN! (; MERCHANT: [ 'I causeall the (Government! lias no power to aid them, be I this Enormous sum without giving them the least I I I Debt about jC OOf.OU-intr i> I is to he OUOOCI sets otter;.

" eighth Judicial Circuit of the State c! : AND SHIP CHAXDLL'K I, contracts are :n..C'on money, a.d: equivalent.Veil might .st'-'J.lInes say that the I I year. It would 1 rffjnire ten millions for a

WOODSON L. LIGOX, il11U1.,1'1 No. -J-'J: Water street lue tracted to be paid in this, the only m-a-urtj: of'on-I', hire of the laborers \\lio have reaped down the eighty years'to pay the principal of true ittlitren year >e>
for -
" Abbeville, Henry Apalachicola. noel ly I the Government; and people. A t lieUU! \\hirh is of you bent back! by: traud, crieth : I!,I debt. \_\ e i.-\Tra from the table! the following
I a pity bank has mere putter th-m; tile (; .cm- i I and the cries of l'stunat s IIf rhp ,1..J.t. .-. .t,. .1..,....._ ... _,. _
HASTINGS E OWENS, j j them which have reaned" shn'lI I --- -- -- u. LI'' VA .ut : PVtJ :
'. 11Ioul. \ JiclicliZic ineit, and] the ratio:: submits to this curse un the I I surd! 50 /
Troy, Pike co., Ala. } enter; into the ears of the Lord of Sabaoth. Averaffecf debt te-
Refers to' C0111IItialON I 1ILICI1:1\1'S 1 1 pec.pleLt all the J1ll1l'ill the' country at its .'' Country. Debt each inhabitant.

t } f-tjnuted-or if it I be said its England . .. .
Col. A\lC/\illdlcr { No. 3'J Water street, may su legalised iiut airain : Let us look at the Money Market $3,55X( (K)00 $222
** vahe would France . . f
Ih'nr'coAb. not pay for MX \\eek! loc-d aid:; clo- in tie city of Xe\\-York S.1this : .1,800,000,000 51 L
,;1 Gen./J McAllister, Apalachicola. I thii for the 'J Ph div of Holland ... . .. .bOO.000.000( '
; people! of the United States hence Juiv-1:1 2b"Ji
',t Eufauh Ala. JIEN M. MOORE. ? : : honey is now said to
Jeflerson Uuford he"l'y
Maj. it i ij plentiful Frankfort on the Main..5 U0 (NN
1 monopolised few 9 K) !
i Hoti'le. Jas E Belser, Montgomen, Ala. \\_i. \1cKfXZJE,5 novl lyFarrior duas with, the aid'of by comparatively: whoso indivi- !, nnd is loaned With much difficulty for., irood Bremen .. .. . . .3.000,000) 51 [ |

} Gca'l. Johu Dill, Fort Gaiues, Ga.Messrs. a/aricc the banks, interestor .s:CUf't.A; rich man may now borrow at from Hambur-r .. . 7,000,00( (' 4.;

Chester Ai McGrill', Apal'a. Fa. iV Co.COiMISSIOX prompts them to the erne c-nirse u': three to four per cent. on good notes not having Denuurk .... ..0. .. .93,000,000( 41

t January th 181-1. '" tf I AND FORWARDING UCtitn., without any clillibitttlfJi! ; or cor.I .- moixThan six or eight months to run ; \et uiiuilu-r Greece . . . tl.OoO.OoO) .#l
I ) \\ MERC H.AX IS, I} traci between them for the purpose. We might; who ha; not all these advantages, although Portusal .. .. .112,000,000, 'i5puin
as \v>ll allow I I just as I : .. .. .. .... '
\ Law ottce./ No. .J 1 11 Water-street, them to hold the yard-sticks and trcKxl |ror all his obligitions as the richest} will in th7,000,0 I > 35 *

W. G.1. DAVIS nny:!: ly 1 apai,'hicola, Fl.!. I bushila, and then by law compel all to go I to them t the sme bank'be charged six Austria ... . ..O,UN1.t( >(t) ) 31 ,
: __ or even Sc\'en. .. . . .
On ___ i j to lave the grain and cloths measured before per Belgium 12(tO, (ONO( :5 o<
Has returntd of the Law. He ii1 Even
to the practice they t ent. L're.t. now it is dillicult .. .
.. .
Papal States ..
i II 67.< 0,000)
t 2
ii i prepared tCl attend business at tIc J S. Zlaivl y, pass from one person to another, and: 1 allow J for tens of >
to County WHOI..F. Money; a years on bond and mortcaffo X aple-! ... . . ..12<).)) ,()()} l6
Cierk'a Office, Apalachicola. \LE DEALER IN IRUGS,1'UN''S; 'I 1 then to charge for measuring what their, (fonder I : ;jt six; her cent interest, acid often at seven Kussu .. . . l.'O.OOO.OOfi) 11 I

ULS, GLASS, &c. &c., ac.Xo. Ctli- 'iellces would permit them to take, each ere I Illf'r c 'nt., because the security is not that on I Prussia and PIland..i: 1.1 EO! .UN( ) 9 '"

Allen II. Iiiih, 27rater street, to get the highest price. If they shouldat capitalists! wish to loan moneTlwv Ilovi i* it possible for the< ; '

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Apalachicola novl ly any time measure less than the usual quantity, I wl.ill.\o\ loan Dunes in such a way that it can a't I withsurlt a ina s of debts upon overrent3ofEuroPe their: shoulders! to t '

Maranna: Florida. I J. ---- the Measures would be in :greater demand, and any tiine; be recalled if there is a change in the I with such a ma?.; of debt.-! upon rhe.r boulder to '
IV. '
Will practice in tae Courts of Frauklii Jackson C 0 M M ivoodlaitd A: Co. j' eonnnand a higher 'I,rire. ( see no reason why, prnet, ; marl,_t. They hope business will adopt a ty.-tem of {>. trade In addition to the

Waltoa. and WaaVnn;tou ci u:1tiei: I IS ; i o X 111: itCljAN'1'S, I umbr just laws, there should be a scarcity of the start, for w.'ten it again prospers they will soon payment1'; the &nnuil: interest tn the above ten .
Xo. get and halt
-- ----- I a millionnf
----- .s Commerce street, meoure of value any more than measures length per cent. interest ; thJL r-, the current expenses
oC\.1 sit
Yott+Ce & Taylor, Nvv Orleans, La. novl ly and quantity. The measure of value can be 'ascheiply fl'.urishii-g!,, they can, ; and when is quite I i for: the support ("f royalty! and the armies and Danes -
.. by suddenly calling in their by which it is upheld
ATTORNEYS --- everywhere call for
AT LAW made to the value: the a
measure as
money, get rates of interest much! larger
'l'hOJlt:1S up to revenue than can be raised
Marianria, Florida. n( I.tlIn, measures: to measure the quantitj. Both, in one cightern by .any '
or / of
twenty-four system direct How
annuPIf taxation alone.
CU4.SILF.a I per cent absurd then
C. YOXCE. JOHN B. TAXOU. co'DIISSIN Xo. MK II Oil A NT\ I' sense:: are made for the same purpose, i. p., exchange they Jo loan on bond and mortgage per, they: wish :it to suppose that they will admit the productions of
G. 'r. Ward V R. Common street. of property ; one tests tho quantify, the to b: so secured by the property on which it is American industry to be consumed on the payment

ATrOHXEYs & COJ \V.VJite., _--- NE\VORLEANS.- -. novl lyWliitinursh other the value ; the lengthening cf the yard increases 10I.1cl.that} it will be sure to bring enough to pay of a I less fax than what it iinp.5ed upon the"pro
SfU.nRS AT LiW) -- ---- the mea-ure of 1 length, but not more than the bond( ad: &c..hen the ducts of their own home industry. Will they
A 1 icllartlson mortgage, costs, .
Tallahasse'lnda.. the love foreigners better than themseh'es
raising of interest increases the of time 1
measure arrives
Having associated themselves I*' i'-rs i that money will brills eighteen i or .
in the prvtict cf in value. -- --- -
the Law, order the firm IlfV'RU x WIII-E GHOCEITES; C'EI: (.TI+{.,.AHY, AXD twenty-four per cent. pe'r annum, if they buy the Early on a very cold morning, tra\"ei1in I IJrofie
1 a
tall attend rtularlv the A general ussurtiiie. .. If Fruit,, The measure of Value i is moveable and must t properly under foreclosure they net it fur one-half } cutter called at the 'house K I
Courts of Ae '
6 ldd1e several ( ..11. .)> \'a.l'r'r..1.;. pass throughout} the whole Nation, and should be fir' one-third its value hence the difficult (.f borrowing a wag, and I
and Apalachicola ; ) inquired if he wanted a
: Districts and the Court taken. "Yes "
easily known individual ,
tI Appeals} at Tj ApaUchicola.[ I by every capable of exchanging money on bond and mortgage; they are was hi. reply, "I want
!naha 5cc. 'fld: C. yours taken from
trjG".J 0:1 I/.1I11l'o"lon. n11r : property; and fur thirea>nn. !if t :1'1), Jt\r.1! t not \vininsj:! to loan; on morfirage inon- trw} half. door/' my .




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U'AUK-JlOFSlMI SYSTKM.A : '11\1 ; i; 1'--1'; } .\ I.. -
Mr LI-VV indefatigable: I Delegate) has cnriulenred .
COMMERCIAL I ADVERTISER.) Bill has been introduced hyIII11011. Silas our I .
of -
l present is, by some, called the age genius ,. -- ---- : : :. .
of : Wright, of New York, in the (United( Status S.-u.ile, his ollieial duli'-s in good earnest II i DATES. toO
intellectual development
r ; a great and to establish the '"a"t'Ilousillcml. ill all our has alreadyprxnled for the consideration of i (Liverpool. . .. 4 ; ew.Y: rk. .Jan. A.

APALACHICOLA, MONDAY, FEB. 5, 1844. that eminent mind. are towering higher Congress, independent of, so nil ry peiitions ol a I lavrc., . . 1. New Orleans,.. 27.Charleston .'

higcr in all that constitutes moral excellence ; ports where ('ustom-I I ttev .irn lor.iled requiring g public" and private nature, the following resolution Havana I .. . .-" -t J. I . *' 011).

"Vi ni it SANS n.UK." that it is a time of c'cntiallrt.'at alllll1rahlc such facilities: for Column re. as paTil' by our Legislative Council : I I EXCIIAGJ.-:.- "z ..'"
----- ------ improvement( in the social( relations life ; The subject t \\ .\ brought !h''!Lute ih- last Congress The resolutions' of the Le-i iative' Couneil.! of ( "necks at sight i. on N York . .par.i i ti

GRAD r.OXCIIRT.-Ir will ho seen by advertisement -ocirt\ is becoming purififd of all that is degrading but w.uil: ot" liiin I to iM.iluu- ipso fur; su Florida ins the subject: of an appropriation for J\It rll'-t. ,. .pa r. !. >4

in another} column, that the HKHRKN of c.'l1j'lIIellt.TIII' great and important: a change in regulating the widening ;nod deepening ihe slraiylit 'Imunel m the : Boston,. ..1-2 pI"cprnn. t <\
slate "
and elevated to a higher May; of Apiitehicola( -For time removal ofo.! >trnettous Churie.-touy..l-2 \ .
ARNOLD will give a Concert this evening. at the of general 1 collection of duties on occasioned its ; I. ;aHlImah,. ..1 2' -
v consider it not: l'llla.; (the ag( e imports l lo tilt- navigation; of ihe Suwanuee river ;- I .
Council Chamber. The great fame: ,lor talent and : for it the.noblerpeare postponement to the present Congress. This Ou the subf-ef; : oi'a i ,appropriation! for the I erection I I'lllson New \ ork.Orla's.r) : per cdis't. ;- .,*"
claim : ..
nations, but G "* ,t1
1 peace among ..)JO days \ "
all of which \
of Maiiini ,
skill, both in Vocal and Instrumental l n music, I, of virtue. 1'0is this really so, or i is the measure has been quite too long defl'Trccl.n were referred! Hospital Jo the Committee Apalachicola on Commerce.The ...f() day3- .;2 a-2 t f..'<

which have preceded these individuals, will no whole! idoal. -an imagination of (flu mind ? Is I Coi- meirial.tlion I should ht without such a re-t?chop ?'or the Legislative: ( 'llIJwtlllf Florida On all other Northern_ _,_citie.Vtli:_ :.:tam )raip,. f j

doubt ensure them a crowc audience.. "'e anticipate on the -.illll.It( { : of the boundary hue. betweenfieomaauii
the of \'Jrtue-unopposed by vice-t>r has s\j.tem and s<> long :as we are left without, justso ol the FHEfGIITSI I ITo '
progress ; ] I Florida: ;-On) an ; iiuin-
a treat in listening to their performances, crier ceased: to war a gait, the advance of truth ? long will larm and derive essential benefits by her uf HWUtl'Ii of said Council :-On tIlt niodilic-a- Livf'rl"1ul.f'-&j.prlb. f

wliich: we seldom enjoy )here, nnd would :.dvij-e their ideal of Virtue, Law, nil]' prnfiMstination. The regulations of her lion( of the ..ln'i .=pectin; the! sitting of said council New Fork.8lilt ( ; u ;
had t commerce -
tl1lo\'crll of music to attend. Tinanncnts 1 and f a.-kiii'-T fur au increase ot compensation of ; ,-ton! . . .. .. ...3-lie U
Faith. Beauty and ModestyThe highest vii lne have lor 1; crnturies attracted the attention its olliuers i --.lhl the re-localiou ot y.iluejess -ixteenthseitions. -

-- -- -- of a Roman citizen consisted in }personal hraxery.: of the most eminent l:tit>li jOur old friend J..F.WISas will be seen byadvertisement -i 'u the law giving pre-einptioii rights to settler.who : .-,
in to-day's paper-ha< 'taken the in defence of the (:otninuii 'alth. nut [this virtue I high dealt. and skill which have been so apparentin mare }>ecn compoUed to iibaiulou, said Icind.- During the pipit week the weather hbeen.

\\ ilh all the bright genius and cultivated intellect all the ramifications l ; of t this branch of her legislation and improx'-inents." by decrees of the- shed StateCOMIK -. favorable: for operating, but up to.Fridiiy the market -
establishment formerly known a> the Merchants favor ; claimants of lar :
in t.
(f that age, could net save a might) empire have contributed more than all else to perfert I I summarv! was quiet. On Friday the news per the Bri t.
I which referred to the committee
and Planters Exchange, where he proposes to I tracts t .u I wore .
from decay and dissolution. t I that system which sustains her trade, pro- on t:1t1111:1rTl'tl, after which there was a!little more :
Iris friends and the the old
serve public in good
Nations, as well as individuals, have their l.'cts her uniiufactures, and extends her commerce The noulloJof( the ( 'uHwilr.lril1, for an life. nut; little was done how vcr,. until Saturday
stt'e-: From his long evperie.ncc in catering, we rMpriaH'u| for the r'construction: of a road from ,
know he will ntit fail: l to please all who call on periods of exigence, and pas* away. And shall over the world, and led to that national Tallaha--er.; to lola., arul tor the establishment( oi when several parcels, changed hinds, at an (
'this notion. now so bright with hope in the future, slIp.'rtority'hiclt excites this envy of her rivals; a pfst-ollie i .. .it Fort King and at Uloimtsfown, l-'Ia improvement( oft a a' t c. Per 1h. The article is t.
him. He is one of our oldest citizens-has stuck wenreferKd? to time committees on i'ost 1 Koari-: .
al ipas.* ;awah \ ? as it arouses a laudable ambition among her own generally held ; to jc. abovt (the current rate pre- '
t f" Apalachiccila through good and through evil and 'I'o-t: < ';iiic.On .
l may lie well occasionally i to think of this, subjects.! j Tiiis system creates a general depot \iousto' the news in the confident expectation / .
report,-as wen in the lon, lurid, summer .
rulb !
tint the -
? nil de.-ir-d -
"' inquire, whether there is not as much! reason for products ;and the merchandise of all parts of tin >' Mr. Levy that b-iyers will submit to ''hem.which; remain ...
months, as in the brisk locomotive, SC1f1 of thy ,- ndl.d -o a- to ullow} him to present severalresolnlions 1''
[o suppose I the day may come, when] this mighty the world, where they can await a market withoutthe to be sren.
winter and to all let 'Bern' he reMicmbered. resolutions ofinpiiry.
,- we say .(sonic of them being
I RchnhliThal1, like Carthage, Greece and Rome, burthen of paying duties on imports, months 'Tl.i sale) of the week mount toonlyISS7
Richard's himself ain'IL1RT I' .) inor.Ier! that the t proceeding-! be( (founded -
crumble to pieces, as that the may now mark out and) perhaps years, before they are required for thereon:might he brought forwaid at an early bales, M f"Hows.W bale :I; 4f( at 8; 32 at Sj;

with his company of Thettrician; for )her a career, surpassing wisdom, and a more sale and( consumption.A day I of the ?-?$; f 0 at 8j; 113 at

fia come to tOtl'n.Vc may expect the houseto elevated destiny, than those,which preceded her. scheme like that presented in the Bill before following rfsohuiouvere: } then leaJ : -J i; i I'll' ; t at .:?; !I.'.flt !'J; 2 lat 9{; 120 at 9|; 49

open in the course of the present week. I In all former Republics the work of decay began us, will enable our merchants in the larger cities I{esoIve/J, Tiiat the JV-idcMt of ,th" I'nifed at t '.-i: ;a !>; cents peril

in the body politic. The elements which to keep on hand: an assortment for the supply! : of Sl.ites; h" !fUf.--led!| to Ins rut theJlo'He I IIn<,r I, fii>()crRus-There: has been, during the past ,
what anaii""ieiits: :! th.:* Ind'nns at P-"lIt ill (I1 ionda -
CHAKI.KS II. AUSTIX, &q,, has been appointed brought then nations t to their noble grandeur, foreign) markets, which is essential( but which ( rem.iin; t.scre f ; wheher! uny, and 5-tep are I two weeks, several arrivals from New Orleans. (

Agent for Apalachicnla Land Company, were wanting in that which} could impart either cl1l.1Ilot. be done without its establishment. If ill progress for, tly'ir 1'1110,1'null./ r the tr"f: Til--;. market, is well stocked ind priced are usu-
I'ayne's; L-i-jidini; wbctii any tnirling-luisv.-: :
in this cilv. Sec advertisement. durability or perfection. And history informs us the present Congress wish to ithe people 1 ha\e been, -"st.ddi-Iied! ; or arc contemplated; ;; to be ally low, barely paying costs and charges. Salt

that the most mighty among them fell-not from something in legislation that shall he substantial I t..lalI.o-d: :! !!Ir thenuse ; whether :,mv coiup'natiou ; u bio's' was scarce, is now plentiful, about 4000
Qrj We call attention to the 11l.sonicotice i paid io ouc Indian agent ot coinmisioner -
the attacks of foe but and which shall i- any sacks having been received within ten days.
a superior causes existing satisfactory measure acquire annuity .
in another column, requesting a meeting of the .- in l Florid-t ; why bur any present.ha ..
within themselves-causes long operating t to pro for modern statesmen an immortality of fame-let \ .' beenMllowecl: to allot -I th" lud .llIs now in --- ---
members of Franklin Lod.e,* at the Hall on i.d.ilai "j.III' domain ill COTTON STATEMENT.Stock .
duce, first, decay, then death. And may not the them pass this, Bill, then revise and modify the Fiond.i. ; : surrendered p.trt public the t'xdl1..i\! I oji hand .. . . ..211
Wednesday evening next. I Florida lie {v MI : to f>(- .
he in this land now so favored Tariff' make it and and the iCeceivedinc*- our last, .. .. 5,113
--- -. cerme implanted ; equal just, at s.imo c'lp-aicii; : of said! IlIdi.,"-:, the tartssud:: boundaries
"' previously. . . .61.91. i
TilE CH.U'IOX.This new and handsome with light and knowledge, with just and equal time produce a revenue that will meet the wantsof thereof : and! wluthrr said occupation i i.- llH'IIltItPI -
o7,229 LaI ..
;:! or from (delitu'te period, and l u'uuri, ulateil
Steamer has recently arrived here, and will be law, giving protection and contentment to all ? Government.Nnw'eoeu.. Eipor11: since nor Ia..t, .. .. .:):97

engaged in the river trade between this and Co- May it not be here, also, ready to begin the work STATES.-A is before the I; | That; the : 'lr'iaIV; tf S.te:. cause to previously .,.. ..., .36.421
proposition be f"olll'ciriinrl' fmnisht'd talilions'! -.11 the "
to 10,013
of destruction ? The of which ;
inspiration hope
lumbus. The Champion has splendid accommodations Legislature of Tennessee to create a new State inforiii'Uioii: : which can be pioctned by hi'd.',>: ifment Stock on hand not cleanc, .. .27,211 "

for passengers, and is commanded by impels us onward, cheers our hearts to soar above by a division of that and a portion of an adjoiningState le-rpectiim: the cultivation and diseases of the ..
these mists, and cause the clouds of despondency, or.mgc. and sueli other tropical fruits-* are adapted
Null" Sed.
Capt. which, we think, cannot meet with: a very to the t.lillllIe and soil of the, peninsula If I Florida.Re.olved. .
which such inquiries produce in the mind, to disappear favorable reception. New States have multiplied That the COil II 1111 IIw'r >t'tie ( ;em-r- : ( >lOt Jan. ..-The Cotton trade of the

POLITICAL ASPECT.We and leave us still admiring-still enraptured al Lund Mrice) lie required to rf>pr-it to tin-I lloii.-e IW':'; .-.-:tr opened in a most sinted manner. Safe*
quite rapidly enough, by the admission of Territories u'hrrcamseilationsof p':rJllii', i .tied imd':r time .:et 1 to ;t \->-ry lar,e extent have tai,.n place since Fr-
don't like and seldom do of with which theblessings
to that ,
speak, so, with sunny brightness organised beyond the limits of State sovereignties. for the oeeupiti.-m of the Florida rcnin>::a!! hav d l..t I i--:, and there i i' a lurtl er advance of fully J

jiarty politics, because there j is more to find fault of freedom m and the virtues of Christianity The been order'by; 1 him the dates awl{ other p'trr'l'("'I- /'.r ib in tht'IJllOrati..n.. '1 be market altogether ;

with than we see to and as the character have surrounded us. "good old thirteen" having lai.of slill permits ant: the gMMids iip.n hie Sith"y pr--- -nts :l Him and healthy sppearance. Si{ecula-- .
doubled, we should be content with receiving were: mcelled.Ifesolved t',r- !>>reiiawith confidence, and the trade freely '
of a fault finder" is not over excellent or DANK OF FLORIDA. such additions to the constellation a* be ( further, That the (\lmll1iin i of for .I-! M, It, th" demand. The trais-actions: of thisaaiitil. y:.

enviable, we generally prefer that others should may G"lt'r.ll111,1 ( nitre be required to r.-)( Ito tin-, ;1.' i.'ect-dinff! thr- dav amnsnted to 4to)00) bales, .j
The manager of this institution informs us that found beyond. and without disturbing State boundaries. I whul reservations tirptil'h.. 4.....!.. i. t-'t.M ll!., ,.f u./.1J/ 2OOvfrf!) t..ho 1 onp.n. Tolav \ F 1J
point out defects, and leave to us the opportunity branch will be organised in this ciy during have been made, and the. d.ties at which fa .rte} >..d.f'or" I..t flf I ,ono btlf' viz 120u f Eyrittn 1) '

of bestowing, as we can, a little praise on the a I"fi tt'r ,.f Ia'tJ't'rratt'; :: tixrictwtrr oiiieiaiiymfotmed fi, I ro >f : I 1'0 ) .I't'roarn ff h t'ltd ; ;J4)\Tar'1rham: f
the present month.: The specie has arrived by Should Congress once admit a new State, I of. ;;rd reervatiouKesilved. -. :;". ; r. (t-1 : :.-)110 --1f"t.:;kl I to f L..I an(7 It!" r"ltHJ.J( ,

public men ft the day. This, however, we must one of our New York packets, as a preparatorystep formed out of any existing State, divisions awl5utli'iinns That th.-. eoniinittee onIiiit.r.' f. d"r I (ert' fly i\tn..ric'arl) .q tgj' Priers this day r F

do in our own way-the general-as we would business. fairs. : be directed to inipur into time ..xppdi"u.y. : t i ian f :.r-:: .'ra.f. inferior t J :.I11ufiiilg .-r., : fate ;! Cf\oJ{ 't j
not flatter, individually, those whose eminence to commencing will bo endless, and full 'of evil. ; imnvdi.a-+ .eeullatioa[ : of!f Key \\ .'-t find th" feat: ; : -;'iod and G. : N. Ori ; n: (irf'r 7'ent.) I':
\Ve know banks are necessary and useful in The desire of retaining the balance of power between J Dry Tortu.s; ; inilttmy and 1 nav.d -1tti'.II- .: wd NI'ljiort i..f'r. :. r L: ; l1ic1r1lin: 5' : firral.gnnd f irljuod;

should certainly preclude the thought of its being facilitating the operations} of the merchant ; and dish-rent sections, will disturb that harmony by bill!: or otherwie.lli'sofvcfl. : fig: : 'rv'.Iwi"" 'ill IliTk7louiI.,'. micron trmtidd'.ire .
acceptable.The I: That. the Committee! of Claim l I.f' ; : fur; :: ; good tilT ;.f ; oucl ad pr1: ; ,
when confined to strictly legitimate principles, which is so essential in the Union.: The hrect--d I [h"'xnlrmine'lilt'' th-propriety of '-" \ lin4 prlt" t, : -.a TInndtd irri! saw qir.n"t'-la i a11! : .r

politicians of our day are so much given they produce nothing injurious to the public opening of new avenues 1 for ambition would also tor the irnlt.inriity: <.f tare i.v.;soma of pnv-.t--- i>roj',i-ny ,:-.!"" ror im4 5 a 11 ; middling' a 12 ; t fair can, neffine :

tc marching and counter-marching, in rank and I Ifre \!:i-.strf.y -d ;-! \Mcanoj, Florida, in I t'.:!J, toy l "rt'er.fthe I t 12 .1 i::, g'-.od el!"an aid rather lint YH: a !.">;
welfare. But when from this the he.a formidable tion. On the whole
they depart nb.i.( we
that : line anclean! !:; 21 Ift
'to their discipline and tactics I II I.1 ottlc-T rl..n in command: at por-f i II preei a
perfect ; resulting evils are most intolerable. No community consider such 1 proposition 1 wholly; inadmissible.COAST \' { it f i rti a falling Jllto Jio.s<'--sioi it the enr>u>yKoolvnl t K often change front and assume new and /ide- ; '1'11,1 the Coinnuttee; on ,1:11.n1T: : .lti"re: itt . . .. __ .?(i'r ,.t IIH"41C1 t i.i .
understand and the
fined that have felt little inclination can better appreciate Fr.ORW\-n the United h" directed to iunif'iratlJ espedieney: i.f reporting BrazilI'svpttan. . ._ _. .. _.. .. .511th) (i1lll( i
positions, we very force and truth of this remark than the citizen; OK a hi!!! muki'ii; the Mm-e.-vary ,provi-iou: t'.r : .. .. .. .. .2111' :ti.'rJ'

to follow any, with the hope of learning of Apalaehicola. But those which have so dreadfully Senate, ?1r. King, of .\la., has called the attention I placing the 11 \. otatioti at I'eiiNxcoia in! .t condition \\": India.vVe . ... .... Ii(u)) ju.l I Il

consistency.So ff Congress the defenceless condition ( and) ruts.esnlycu
effected the country have passed away, : !

fickle and erratic has been the course of we will not be so unkind as to revive the recollection co at of Florida, stating that the whole was destitute Ofliee and l i i't>GOO .j.'OC

some of these luminaries in the political world, of this departed foe to our prosperity.The of tnrhttr'.itinns. and that it was necessary the! expedi'-iii-v: of reporting a lull pr.dl1111'11! ATI eminent Liverpool lou-e. in their annual

that our National Barque has reminded one of that f fortifications should be established some mail 1 t.l teili'ie- a: may.b>: necs an" and proper t"r cot ton ciicular. rt'I1J.1ri.lI1f{ won the future, say, "it
Bank of which we now speak, was the iiceomniod.itioii! of the settler tliv
: upon ; peninsula is trie' extent of the comil'cfOj* which, tinder the
the tempest-tost mariner, without compass or first charter granted in Florida ; and that it has of The Keys along the coast. Also that it was : of Floiida.OriosiM'V: ) pres--ut rvnrab! npj'eanuc; of;t.jde, must be the

in unknown sea without the _*. _u ,!/-**:...1.1 sv tl.nt .1\f\1f\ ->\H.Ll 1,ftf\.Vt I* :Svery \*\ - --- - which the fuwe to It i is th
sailing an pivot turn
(jnadrant, survived subsequent charters, is creditable to iit'>ii uiii.iiiiii 1I11.aII''IIU lit; .lJlIllIllUU..l- IIJIKII; is
i\v=T OrKtn F: !sr.r.r.t-rnmlvr.-A 1 I.'* otlruth which will he fount
light of the sun, or stars, to afford light think its tion across (the Peninsula, cither by Cnnnl: or Hail greater or 3 decree
those who controlled it ; yet we preservation Company, has, been formed in Sl'W1Ir k, with tlr- to exi-t in the upon this poin
ti or direction to his bewildered mind, t lilU-xhausted mainly depended on being laid up in IJood, to enable the trade of this re;ion to pay object; establishing! lines for the transmission i.f wliieh; finally decie the whole question. I
the fruitless to his 'al" time of War instead of ii is r' rt-iin that our print Kare tock may make
attempts prosecute through
hy many :! rig
of irillat ion. Its
during period letters throughout all
urtlinury present at a cheap rates oi"pnuatre : Ii rlrl1"r !les* dep nilf'i. Kpeu coming supply thann
voyage, abandons his craft to the natural current, owners, (among whom is Mr. Kennedy. N. round Cape: Sable. He offered a resolution asking p art- of the I"ni'on.. It i is P1"01\1.--i that thtiiiuiu>t n<-: : i IIIIt still at thetsnn, rate of consumption,

to which be i. exposed, trusting to destiny, rather York, -a gentleman -well known t' to the commercial information on the subject from the Secretary of rate ir -inclo Ic tiers, not wei,hiinz court than Kali tilt-trn:1: .: soon be ;r-e'bed. Should the cropprove
itt; than I.TiVM; I (() b.ile-j.
;i I'd.i as many now sit-
than continued effort, for preservation. community,) arc men wealth, and can fur- War, which teas. adopted. an ounceiiall! t be fij cents to :any part (.f the f\-n in arid'! )!; to tat! : 70.fH l bales of 143.ti. -

For many years past our National Legislaturehas nUh any necessary amount of capital. They can,' -- -- -- -- country'!
MR. C'LllOUX'STrIIDILYL.. for doUar. The that the, -fates will require 350,000,( bales.
reminded us of men playing at some deep or wore a P.JMUISengaged
if disposed, make it a source of reasonable prof) ;!tt and fh! '' five hundred and fifiv thousand
The Mori le JOHN C. CAI.HOUhas addressed ibis that the laws f..II1W..r ,
game of skill, or perhaps of chance, for an expected to themselves, and very useful to the people! ol ill "uterprieonten e'Iil; ::"--\ceed (,OC( hales) which, added to the; ,

dazzling prize, which so affected the Florida and doubt not that such is their in- a }letter to his political friends, withdrawing his of Coi'srre.--'; prohibiting private :Mails' are imeniitilutionil '.u.,i.h! l LOW 0 hand in the ports, and deducting
them from the those had ; nr.uic from .the list of Candidates at the Baltimore .- !, 'UH! Ihart. anxious to have Ih'I1l !(;';, t for t.\ 'r!. would only leave 1.::;,OnXbales( .--
renses as to turn after such wreck of fortune. of '
tcntiun. But as oui for the n' Great 1 rmtun in l.<15. Such
Convention. The address is ti'td on thi! > point a? pprdily! as ::ible.Savnnnah .
of pe-
who sent them to the Federal and some length, and 'tatef th'[ '.' needs
in view City, Banks have produced, time will he requisite, a: -- -- -- -- --- rs no comment, though it ia '
their takes a bold and comprehensive view of the mode ,., clear that NI? before we could be reduced to this
made them forget high calling. well as the exercise of patience, to obtain thai t ifj- 1111' : Kepublieaa" snys:-"V\V invcM' extp'niity.'rieewould have risen much
so as to
of eleclinir delegates to the Convention with
They tampered with an invested power, a circulation of her issues which is necessary to ;r, -- --- .n. n .a IHi r to a commercial house in this .ntv. dimmi-i! '*'* consumption' and to establish a balance -

brief official term, as if more disposed to breakdown fair profit, and can only he acquired by a restoration ( author's rensoin for a firm adherence to the appointing dated( New York, Tan. 2:: d I, which says. the effect[ [ befeen it and the supply. )

ilhan build up all the remaining landmarksof .of cnnfidcuce.'t'his by district sysifm. and voting;><{rr c.rt]>iln. of the Britannia's cottonieoimts in: tint in-nkct, HAYP[ :, :T.mutry hminc-!.-Our 'ofton Market hasa'quiroartdnionnl
? from the
The objections to the nomination rn tnast-f, i is will be to died the dtjwn\vard lat accounts
wisdom in legislation, distinguished the is the only inoniod institution belongingto ; recent tendency.Th.1 fr"lil.L"fI a. and prices s huve-aii upward} ["n el;.

patriots, and indicated the singleness of purpose feel in urgued with great ability, as being anti-repuhiictn l IrU'-rfuithei-htatet., that the sale: on that day; exiieif is-, however no speculative inquiry atpr".I.
F1lrjdaand we must naturally a pride
that guided our legislators in,the early days of the her success.For ;ind coat rarv to the spirit of the Constitution t ; uji t to ::1 o'clock, had been 2,1)00) ) hdl'ar full prices the, -anis. ;and ot.the the trade.purchases are confined merely. t tc..

Republic. By no means do we undervalue the giving the brger States an advantage over the of a weekinee! establishing. a recovery nf 1- tIt' !

by drawing in our picture a contrast with many years we Bate depended. entirely on; smaller ones, not intended by the fr.uners of that ::1--S of a cent. Upland fair was quoted at lOIth.ulrt ; DOMESTIC MARKET?. :
present, the Georgia: Banks, which have established -
agencies .
\ : and lO.j strict lassiiication.
brilliant in our National History.No instrument to he secured to them. Mr. C., nay .Tan. 27.-C'ITTQx-Our re-
those so
! days, ill this city, for banking facilities. They proper are no.v -tX( >,000 bales and the stock

we are proud justly proud-ot what remains have been well.cowluctl.d and very serviceable, no longer bf considered a candidate for the IVe- .\ n."ts ,\- (C?'< ]\PH| fJ' .-This enterprising firm ' principally in store. On \\. dnf'odav I last

of that real love of country, that high- :jlcllcy-tln; pledge however, is given, to suppirt says I ihevcw York Herald have extended their he ?aSes were reported at 2500) bales ; ThuK-dav
withdrawn ,
and dove tyialh them ,
by no means 2000{; and yesterday 1500, together fiOOl bales.Pnees .-
candidate reiteration of former
souled patriotism which then was shown forth, while confined to their legitimate business. But any opinions, line to Cha'rlesuni, S. C.. arc without ehange-the two first days ill

exhibiting a light, in all its splendor, to the should from this and inuler- and a determination to maintain immovably ihe -- - -- f tt ivorot buyers, bu4 the accounts of a large advance
which animated the hearts of the oppressed depart grounds he has always occupied, closes (the id- c.; A new diily] paper, called "The Uepiblic.advocating reeeiued by -rateday's mail in New York, madeour
world, take to control the operations: properly belonging factors" firm and'our quotations remain the
and to 11I"f'S3. The (Charleston Mercury, speaking of he I the doctrines of free trade, and editd :
land, and taught despots kings :atIlC't'lllIlItt'-
jn every to the merchant, we should remove them and
than the throne. say letter, sayst'ho: :- by Dull' (;;reen, has b"en issued in Xc\v York 1.1 nrrI'OOf. CIA "IFICATIONS.-Louisiana and
know there was a power greater save us from another train of disasters. -. .. -- Missir-ippi.; -Interior, 7i a 74; middlinr, 8| a'9i:
will receive
\ then
Again, we say-and nothing affords us greater I That the same restless spirit pervades the public our support for thecsidi'iicy midilhn f.iip. -a 9\: fair. 10 a -; gOlJ fair, 10j
to bear testimony in behalf of ) ? Surely not Whig ; for in {principles (rAt: a Mie-emisT) oV th- ( JLI \ilW:s iRE all ; good and I t tin-*. 12 a Ml.:
pleasure t jan mind, to a great. dt.'ice, which introduced the we are as utterly opposed as the polos. We are : CO.\I P.Y ;No. l 1." the following rl''II'ltiol1- (TTON STATFMKNT.

worth and excellence-we do believe that no nation speculations( so ruinous 'to all interests, there can not Tiiritl'inen. -nor r Internal I Improvement rien.We were .uloptcd.-Columbus: Fnquircr.Kcsolvcd Stock on band 'Jb'th t inst. ... .. ...' U<0S70 bales

ever exhibited more really great, noble and be very little doubt. C!leeks. of the strongestposSihle abhor a i ';iitcd States Hank-we can jmke I: I Ist. Thai: the Company! for thvn:elves 1 Received 3>th inst . .--I.. .._, 7,010 "

talented statesmen, than cur country does at the character should 1 b. imposed on all l monied no peace with those monstrous Whig projects, for and in behall of their fellow-citizens ret| (>ctfully Ib7SO balei.. .
assuming the debts of the Slates, and squaiuhring' tender th"ir nel, !.nowlcd enicnis for the lllld aid iiiprocurim
., l
if there has been a period .. "
2b'th inst .
time. And institutions. They and Exported .. .. .. 7.jj2
present corporations, the revenues from t tho public -we are opposed ; a Fire Kngine: and ippriratus-.which: has

when some of this number, under a temporary though they may be composed very honest individuals : to the ;mutilation( of the Constitution bj destroying been !:ratuiU'ii-ly extended to them si-:followsTo :- :tool, ouiunJ2ih( ( inst. ..'. .. ...180,428 baItS-
of the spirit of the times, have wan the '''; lltntial; Veto, the sal'egu-arl of \le---r.. l Iiickv; Co of Nv Yirk. for their
influence men acting in this cipncilv: seem to .t'rviIT" .'nl'lill'tlif'rill"ndl11: 1111'! !b'uldiu, \H 1B1; '.E, Jan. 23.-' rosThe continued
the .South. ( )In all these points III ?
dered from the path marked out by the forecast their and we are opei issue ab-f nee. it t news by ih$ m-iils from the East, the
lose individuality, throw off' that restraint with the Whigs, whose policy in its ( and forwarding! said Enejue,, amid i'r'lortmg a triangular -
tendciev, imfavonMe( state nf th.l'athe'r. and probably
of the Republic we Cell for the of said and f'lr ,
the fathers : use Company,
wisdom and which in
and responsibility, transactions hostile to the I
rivate equally Federal
I we regard as Constitution forwarding t thrt Fame from New Yek. other Cafes, haw* had the 'tlectof; curtailing operations
bail) with greater joy their return. It excites equal in their business relations, is S) essentialand to popular liberty, and to the prosperityand : To Messrs I jurlhllrl t.\. ( 'o.ndt'o-t vV Phillips. tnetaTht" market we confer rather

pride, that our country i is again so free from party always regarded as obligatory. safety of the :antht Until we change >ur and the owners of the :hi'J[ | )ridrin, and( l brit flat am it is;questionable: if it exhibits ninch more'

of public duty has, in the .---- -- I principles[ on all these great subjects, we can glary, for inu: porling the same.fivc ('t charge for auitnatou, until holders generally lowertheir views of '
spirit-that a sense with the whigs their freight from N'ew \ ork to 'tt'ltil'ola. teiiMois, .so as to meet more nearly tae
{V" The Rev'd. Wainwriglit and V'Mt of never affiliate I or support men I J\pa:
end, triumphed over ambition, and severed the York engaged in quite a No, we cannot support a \Vhig.Vc will be To ..Mes'r.D.I I ). H. \\'ood: C, t for I their -erviers buyer.CH.-.
cords of which checked the ardor of patriotism N -w are ne.u-sMp"i[ rfntnnersy true( to true JpulOcrary-we will support him in receiving rile; same and forvarding to Columbus.AKo ;/ IIRLES TO\, Jan. ';._ orr K-The re-

party within unnatural bounds, -the one 1 for, and the other aquin.-t; the and those' who oppose the f firmest resistance to that to C-jpt. \Vegjjtoi, and the owners of ceiptof the week amount to ,.' .1 bales Uplands-

., by restraining high pretensions of Prelacy. \\V are very and plundering system of measures Ito steamer (Urn'l.; Harrison. i'orhrin'Tiui; the same F'xpirtcil in same time I 1..IIIJ91: ; Ieavhm; on hand
which nature and education, was pure, between these usurping we from Apalacliicola!: to this \puiee, without charge stock bales exclusive of !
,that by to see the controversy go on cl..< have named above." a slipping of .1 it 9 I'I7:: ;
the spirit of freemen the least (fo- freight.Kesolved. :;,'j:.i on Chipboard cleared- The market forVpUnds.
poblo and independent,- tin lliih'll divine, but have not idea if I -:d. That the Secretary be and is not

who were truly great. And we trfcst and pray,I ('allinthe thunder of the Church down upon us,. QC5* Bankruptcy in England exists to a far greater hereby dir,'t l'd to eot0lml.t11i(:t1e the above vote according to our la weekly report
elord that those of whom we now speak, arc destinedto bv saying that we think ))'. Potts, has the riglnide I extent tllI ."n in the United tatf's. Firms have of the thanks same; to tc-If the pubh.-hf'diiithejournaisof respective; parties, and tluscity.Fi to cane.
and career oi f : of the fincMion, or that he writes nm 5i like 11 down within the last twelve month- with! I the
still enduring fame, a greater inn anIn"ltuu's I 'I' IJKiCF. I;t.rotary- I _.c,4"l't'I. any disposition[ being shown part

usefulness in the service of their country. ( ) of <00,000,00a( ) ( ( () ,1I\lall1t'.. .Tflll I'IJI,. n 1 11. I r.l'l\tr.! lo cTni1h andonlj-131 bales daugedr




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!hands 0:1 that day. On Monday! there was a dead --- r 11ff 1 1 JfFU ==--__- r .
stand of the market. The accounts from N...wyH'k i1R1NE I --:- .- --- : .
ITELIIGEjE @ @ :.y@rnmI --- -- -- -- --- -: .I'f'r_ ---r ...__
advising of an inactive and Ifclnnn mar Aieandria : _- __ _=
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ket. kept )purchasers entirely aloof, aul we lie.ird ---POI-- -- --- --------- ,.- -- : THE FOFR HERREN ARNOLD CLASS Xt Lottery..-,. J FOR: I.TVF.RPOOr.Th.rllo..saiIin

of no transactions. On Tuesday, holders shewing .T.. OF A L\.IJCOLA.] .Feh.- -- I : eminent Musicians, who have tedrmrn .llcxfimlna Ji. Br. TrX.\. .Gef'r1C' p
--. 5. THE met with 1 1 C., J c&. 1 s I n. ." rr, Tu
some willingness to submit to a decline' some few ------ ------- ---- ---_--. unbounded succe-s at Charleston and I; ivENTv-FivE XIMKIR LOITE1V.I l-ur t lit-igl.t mn!:er, will meet with ( ': plIe".
imrclnscrs again; came forward, and that day's SIUll CLEAH ED. Savannah', will 'ive a Grand Voejl and Instrumental TWKf.VK; DRAW.N lA1.LOTS.SCiC1U. 'pplv to .
transaction amounted $;. .' bales rather Liverpool], l'offi", for Sew Concert THIS I .J'e'r.. ,\ P.
to IiI! at a unsettled 'LI. Vork, byJ DayIJuque : EVENING, at the COUncil A. C. K1i.

decline, at from 1-- to 1-1 cent. On Wednesday ; Chamber. feb .. IVR ; -
there srencral Gentleman, Morn, for New York In'D -- G I PR I IZ E OF. ..5aV2-: l. is. c- LIVLRPOOL.: -'British} barque
was a more attendance at G: 1\Ollt'-. -- -- -- ::JGOO : ROHEKT

the ra'tcs of the pivviou dn. On Thursday there Brig Cynosure Macloon MANSION HOUSE.rpIIIS . '.' . .l'.9UvJ').. . .12 jfx j J) 1ij\_ __ no'r \Vn-. John-on. master, M
for Providence; bv B I *. . . .IIJD.; ( dwrharsiuand nil! b .
was another pau-e, tit.- Mail hnnirins advices of Ellison Ar Co. .';,')(Ml i.",".'itireiihi: : .. ( read to
the Britannia, havinlnen tele rajdied.! Vestor- Hrhj Mary, Richard.-on for JL establishment' is still kept up in the best /1. . . >';[':" < v >." ''5 I inj.. f. .. c.l}<, for wInch atpli to

ilay morning the accuii .t- from 1 Liverpool up toIth \ \ v Hartshorn'. New York, by M:- and neatest j-tyle. Xo pains nor expense is (. . . . .2,500. . J:j JOG _.dt'cI-- -- --- '--. -- .. DAY & C.
were received and l'ro"l'111.r a \"t'ry mcourasins SelIr (;adiator. Baker, for New Orleans. spared who"f.ivor by the proprietor; to render all comfortable Ill. . . . If:'){. . .1.3,11/)1) .i.Ea' FOR: I.f\'I-HrtOLShip- --
chr .\lIi [ Bm-e- him with a c. IJ. The table i is ::). *. I )) | .T.\J.-\"
nature, rompr.sin an:I active market: 1 ,. with I Jor. fr Sf Marks ( .: iJ,I 100'() 5\ n\s .rr, Hadh I na c will
fcdir LveeMior with the be-.t tie! tr. meet
ah Our Woodbiirv for New wry market atlbrds and'1 5 u. ,000. .;* I h. \IlIa
advance of I I-.I. ruri-s imtmtliateIv \O'Irse Orleans, >1),1)U1) > ilespal.: l\r trr-igFit
entered the market uith iriv.itpint, and the by"Schr) Bf! -..-Ar ton:rOlil'. the services of the! most attentive servai.N! are se- -SLY. . . . .:1)0_ . . .2.J.Ut)10 m dee11 j. Perkins, for N Orleans curedFeclirggr.ttcful for former liberal patronage *0. . . .200. -- --- .
decline diinnfi the we'k lint 0ll! >' was lull> i IV' A; (ranlner. by Dodge I- . i. 1-J.UlJ'- --- - '----
covered, l v' furt'''r Advance oi 1-' a 1-1 cent, :cl1r .lo"'t>nh IHIen the subscriber. hopes to merit its continuance.BENJX GI';. 1 f').o/;of) > .3E- J') XE\V YORITI!

wain many; instancerealied: II\'llOldl'fs-ill as by Jl D D.irden.| Rvder, for New Orleans, HURD. G,-'. . . . . .SO. . : :'.* !!'J sI1ip (i.i.HDIXI.n: Patr( .
much tlut wc now M110'0) the market at its close _._Apalachicola_ .1-_ !Feb.: lt, ISII. feb5 tfLEWIS" tr; . .. . . .;'y. . . .:.*.* )M have nml\l(hltc( despaIr It..
1 II'l
on Thursday. Th sales amounted to :177, : bales. ARRIVEH. EXCHANGE. (;(. . . . ..10.( . . .',;.1'J IJ.I.) ''IIt/nr "T Jt.,.:, ,., ;applv :,;

I.r.-hipRolh-child: Fell, 5i); days fin Gloucester 1 ::::1. . . .: l. . .: .(iijlil:: I l\f :.15S.f & TT::: .if

I'ASSHN'iHBS.: EII:;., to masier.rhip TIlE subscriber has leased the establishment 3'n.;'. . .. . . 'JO.7 '." U'

Per steamer Siren-Dr) I Hunter I 1 B"'v .\ I Bloomer Ceylon. Cook from n,-tn to Cllocrers. known as "MECHANICS & :j,"IIJ. .. . .10) U Intist FORIIAVAXA'.VU.- ia
llarr.T.I ('ne, M: i LCa\"erl't, \1"--1' (."umii-ivlMm! Barque' HsiyHK; Allen. IS days fm New"York MERCHANTS EXCHANGE," for the present < lIlin : {.h."IflH: M

Oliver :il11nw! :. to MolvayAr J Hait.-iiorne.I : 1 year, and will use his utmost exertions to pleaseand ] i JiV'lk= n i i/.es. .. . 3 ,jrap-r.: master, will nn'or \'
amounting to S:7iV 7: <) ate
Per ( ;Jen JJar-i-ie Globe; de-p.iteb. For
steamer < freight,
Sumpter-Mes-r T. 1 Wood-- .lai/.ier, from Portsmouth to render his patrons comfortable. or pas
ly T c Ormun Bradford. C J:II!, 1''. superior
The OYSTER ROOMS( ) 1 i is well[ filed: tip and a TickeN 61 J--shires in l apply[ fr> f|
HnIanhlttan 'h-
Per ?t"tlwrp'ltchi'ohIr: \'ad'alild"r1rs Donne fm N PoP1Prti1)z1..ale r B. ELLI: t\
Mael.iy andcrv't.. le-srs AdkinPreton., ,\ -'i"1" York to Noun party of entltMnen can alwa\s b.. accommodatedwith -- __ --& -CU.-- ::1
C I. Schr oyster*, and other refreshments without For at the A gene\ of FOH X-I-\\
U c ''onnr. .T Pnrtfr.V B Wynn. Octavin. Churchill. fm New Orleans. I: + YOHK.-SJ

P' r steamer TiiIlihaM' -Mes-r* ( 'onklin, Davis. I- >clir -'wallo',',. Sh/iimon, fill New Orleans.) ; lu-in di.-turbcd. J. G. GREGORY: X CO M.iiiar). r2: 4 14 F! Cook. mi:
Palmer Thom\ herm ill. Seiir Mo/art: Farland; fm New Orleans. The BILLIARD[ TABLES attached to the e<- r; W ater-slipt. fs I1Z3l' for, bul.iuct' of. fiei";

Per steamer Augusta-Met-rs J N \\tI! }h, E K I chrI.l.-.--) oit. I Draper) fin Havana, to I P Kllion tablishment, are in crood order. and the prices of)f A)3LClUCOiaFC1)hU. .t&.i. ( 'HAS.( rIIIIS.b: : ; ;
Katmond. 1 --
Jc.ltlll ---- -
vV t'u. ----
nn. billiards reduced to twenty-five cents ---- -- ------ --.
Pr.r. ,1"III"r: J..1J''f'IIrr.TiH: -. Mrs Ho '>r:-. ehr Pearl, Dnininer fm Mobile. I ( -' The subscriber will remain and per ijaine.Zj the S'tciincs Lo'cll. Fun XV VK.TyfjfJ.

MrsiJnqan, Mrs Kagan{ ; sr. 'Irt.t.( iirdl1t'rli :< S-hi Kli/ib"th! C.trohne, \\ lsIIIl, fin Si'MarL'. IIi-iHe 1 open during the Summer season,keep and 1m L i tJl1dill?".\. No. 1.:' withal! the Insurance Office s. hark (;. Allen m

lJ.iff.-i>, Mi.Cro>-. |H.\{ T Lyneh, :M"'-"rMill..-. Sloop! ::llllth"nwr11"11.! fm St Marks. only desire ito please and merit t a'libfral J / THE '>lendtd and substantial: :- iabout JIll) biles to romnletMcKAYx
Ittafl.: (,Jardner, J H I Kii.s, -1 P 1 "ElhoTt, H I N Criwfnrd. Sfeaui'M' (Cli-unpion) Cadwallader, fmTobd. patronageSETI1 : ": r p ftlQt rilnn"' steamer "LOU'ELL," :,n't '\-JIJ hivt d..pltch.I 1'(11'I fr"lh'

S G (._).tlo. ;J, C BrovdtiL Woolen. (;IhIfl t. Sffaiiit-r Anirita' : Cadwallader, I'm Columbti-:;, P.[ LEWIS.p3Iaf'hi"Ia .. T. :Xilw. Blaster, will : apply t. B.\i
: Feb. ; jly rey TU
A T Bennett \\ l 1-t 1 '14 ."
a1't 1
B ( iuerry. Ba-s. t"l1l1l'r ( .It irl'--tou, Freeman fin i Colunibu- ? ) tf1)Il'KEI ubrl eeryveek 141 :, .

Per >t .tluer I'Ji.ii lesion,:-.Mrs I llegap.: : Mrs (; Steain-r f.,iw-11. :;jJ,'.=. fm Columbus. :! 11'Pickl.! from the River city and Euf.iula: touching and} bC'twccnthi I ; "-_---- ---- ---10V'a. -- .

\It-II(Creii.-hjw..;IJ-h.l\\, Mi-s IJecan, C'I 1 J: ''.,'iI. l tlrrow :- Stt-aniT V StIl tt h. Smith, fm \baiiv. my charge, one up bale Cotton and I f 1 intermediate Towns and landing-flighting, an i \\-ill at take ill 1JI: o..1-\\ \ ()nr! ;.-r
appearentlv -
alldt Steain-M-jenSunpt'
P"rreallJer ir"n-VJ"-: >.r.J Hardin. ICllis. Steamr! T.lllillta".cl'Iar.on) ?r Thomp-ton, fill Columbus marked HI j I...," which the owner can have freight and pr .-'engera at rates as low as c-.n b.. g I HATT.\N. Wrn. II. !PHC',
fm I
( .
JVr *tejitnrr .1 Y Smith-Mrs .11 I )\' :. Mrs .1 Steamer Oriole, Woodrulf! fin,C'pliun Columbu-!!u.-. by iwung," salvage. &(. T L \IJTCII I EL. obtained on the! ri\'( r. In good and safe singes (,- < ..rncet I withiVs' .'oTch. lrfrt
B Gilbert. child Steamer feb the river, which will age apply as aar.f'i to
srvaxit.lrs G \\ Collier. iren, Sharpies, fin BainLridge. :\\'atcrsteet.. probably he during the
child! and ?' r\"r." Mrs 1 i 1C I II1 anin, Mr: .\ C Smith.': Cotton: box Mary J IlW50fl) fin lehuwaynocliuvv..v .- winter and early spring, the Lowell, will run regularly !levvriT'IISP__ .*-_STONE, .1:

Mrs Cock.Ii"s- K \Iatt h.'w:. Mjss j; Davis i Card. to Columbus and intermediate 1anrlin b..1i'r
: T
\Ti.... .IT .n.H'.1. .. ;", .1, .II.f. :.. 111:0 -- IfHBLE: YARD AT A The : s. YURK.-TIu)
-- 1- '11-1.' JIIIIPr PLCHICOL.11. .\.- Lowell is not for 'brii 1I-I'I:
surpassed la-
Mi P* ? E: C..l1ier1i i ?" M i F Gilbert. H.J! ll.l'iHr 1 :. VKSSELS IX PORT. The subscribers having established themselves tions and comfort, and it is intended she accoznrno shall her entire car-..:! (; tt's. ma .
Feb. :. i not
Gilbert. Messrs P Coek. (1 S ; : -Sloops and( lighters not included. in this l ht.I l".J,
city L S ,
respectfully inform I be "
the by Boat
M leGll M A \\ -IIIP public any on the Chattahoochee river. only, apply :H above, (:r to
rr. Jloby dl'ardIH.'r.
Cbas: II Rothschild: (Br Fell. t that they have on hand, and will at all times I be Those who} ship by her ret assured that I feb NO FR s'E \: STONE
Au-tin Durham) : .1 B 1'ioberts, \\ H I I Howard ) )47 tons, fin GIouci'-I.';. Eng ready;furnish may 1 .
Master J li; Ut'rt. discharging:: -:I a-ter. at the shortest notice, Marblework t their Cotton or Goods, will be delivered as quit k- I.-lrNEW; ---- -- --

Ceylon, Cook. 123: ton.-, for New York, loadingMidland. of every kind and quality, including Iv and as safelv as speed and care will accomplish. wdS YOHK.-T!:
KXPOKTS.{ ( 'ha J:n ,'rs. Tombs, Tablets\ Head & Foot Stones ; "JOHN :MOORE:, .; fast sailing harrpie U'ABAiisi
Oh- Bohtofrn Mantle Pieces and i'r.ViII me'1 with tIt
pp.n\'JIH''E-PN f.m'me"aitin ; \V. A. -
brig Cyr.osl1reU 1 !j.d.-s SCAXDRETT & CO..
W A A: P C freight of'JU1)( bales!
cotton.NKW. Ivain IJeaureau and Centre Table Tops cotton 0: pasu S

YOI.Tv: -Per ship! Liverpool-1339: bale? Courti-nay. (Hr.') Turner, frfS tons, for Liverpool Counter Tops and( Fountains, &.C.;, &c. AIcKAV &Agents HARTSHORXE, Eufaula. Ala above, &r to XOURSPI:; & S"janJO '. I
cotton. V.MIUIII:-\\ A te P C Kain. Tn sliorl all articles .,10, Wa' .
Per barque Gentleman; -471 bale cotton. Gyrdemer.;; Patten. :JUJ; tons, for New York, load l li-hrnent of the kind. usually The public found at an eta b- feb5 tf MOORE & McKENZIE, -: ------ -- S

t Per brig M-irv-:."1 lie? 'UUIIn.F"J ing! -.\J11rl'Ol1e.! full invited t to call and are respect- Atrents, Fla.EXCILXGEllought :_ FOR NEW rORK-The fi. pship

NEW 01'L'EANS-Tier); 1 fcc-hr GUdiator LvonRyan.. J7: ton, w\itin-J. Day Ar Co. examine for themselves, and B ANDRUW SCOTT, Erne
102 thus sold
M.iry Ar as only ca'i they decide by
bt.S! cotton. '11"an. -eks. 3.92 tons, loading for N on our workmanship'' has half her caro,
York-II I ) (z- Orders( by mail will \ ). G. PORTER ei.gzt.
Per sehr JJWoodA Co. be ,
1xeI.ior-2c) bale punctually attend on board. For balance ft f treiaht
? cottn. docl ,
Per selir H""h'u-l In( balecotton.. ("L'HI. \\ llanI. 5t''i 6" tons, waiting-Matr.. ed to, :and shipped to any of the landings on the J Ager-t.Bank_Brunswick.ADVANCES BKNJAM1N SAJ apf

IVrciir Joseph II'I"n-I 1 1 !?4)) tales eotton.IMPOHTS T.dla'iassr-e.; 1 hull.b, !) tan, loading for Liw'r1'01.1 I river, care-full' packed in strong boxes. OX COT TOX.'" --- jan ;;*}
I > iv A" "Co. alv an- ____

Troy 11111:. .525 tons! waiting M \\.riht. fC3 The Marble! Y..r SHERf.FOnD.i:1on Commerce MIitnmediatelv *...4. nool Havre cotton f--r shipment to J.inri i Aeiicy of Cliasli -
Ll\TKPO.: I Boston New

s4f t" ordT.IL1YANA. L-Per ship HoiIischiW-SGuC: fo ( ,\li"I:. 2uf( )'llf. tons loading. for XYork- _._!a I\IIt- :. I.-me' ruemilcr in the. rear UI._ of the. McKay J1rm" ,&'.11.IIart. lJC. .In horne COII-'s laTU., ___ or H.\....HPT.'n. ..York.. .f-" ,Tl7-\T 1.U'.aa hv; \fT._ ;. I THE authorised. nu wriherEXT to ( of t Esclia tjio..b<,

4 -Per >chr Massa"(.it-:?2; cns-k moLifes. IalIart.Jwrnc.! : St ant attendance. feh: tf A DVAXCES OX CQTTOX-,. ..., piirel-rf-e !
1 12 -tis! coiT-e,.T o i.-ks chee.-.- to BKliison. Globf, I5rri-i-r; H17 tons, from PortsmouthWab w','' jCx ce:, on Cotton for sale, or shipment to dv\ineu- North and sterling Bill-, and' to Cliec
:" ( 1' ill ,_,: !1)-_ -i-: ui JCE.h wi'irks after date- shall vnrk and CHnrleston.
York Boston
-'IIUT-\Tnl-TH-P'r b.irqne ".'-W: ton.IliM'i .- -b. Tal!'ot, 29ton! *, for New York: load _L ,i to the Honorable Judge of the County Court apply or Liverpool, are ol1 red by jm-: -""' i). G. Kanry's store
J'r.'E 1 ing-:\" NOURSE & STONE
:II"I''toue. of Jackson county. f for letters of NAJViniL: C ;
:\\- Y< 'fIK: IVr IJr. I IIoJ-rt: Watt, John-on administration JanS .|l'0 Water .
barqve < ; 7.el| '-18 j j.J.z] .- 49 tonfor Liverpoc.!, on the estate ( l William 0. Kenan st.VATS Apalaflucola... Jan. -Joth, i- i IINSURANCEAGEN
late of said .. .
to D.) d.> V < ;lanin-r: 7 I do .o1r-t' A: Ston! v w.itilJg--J Day Ar Co.1JRIG5.. 50 -- -- -- -
: rO1n1dccea5'fI bbls
4V it S > -hiFej: : :
Ic'- i.Co : !t 2! 410w! V HarTsh'-iMi-I do! ) \\- L Jun :-. Tyler, 220() tons, fur New Y'I1'k-T1ar- :\ Jan. "Oth, IslJ.I fcbo ';w : -- --> --U"-A--WOOD-- -- 23-Water s <
:>' "Ir .V M-iv-n: :!": JJ do Fl.-welien V; Butt 1 1 A' Holmes.enidr riCE. ---- ---- S
: Six Auction
; p.r months after late Sale. :
1 V v k' V C K.ii.t: II I 1 do IT-.ver \ I Ho-tne-! < ; ; >. S iiindr-rs. NO 1 ( I shall apply']: On TIlla;'T.JXiFR.XCE .' ,'.
151 I ton?. loading for the Honorable Tuesday, Feb. SIb
(J" < -:oll, Judze of the County Courtof at 10 oVoc.7.. M. .
r '-si : 1H! i J5 iJh: ; ui; V Co ; 1'C Green; i L: C ::(rani on.jl ?3T.V/J". A.
t '. 'flt"- V.. ; JacU on COlllltfor letters of dissmission from aXE Side Board ; One Sofa; ed to take risks a. 'iinst the Seas, River
lirov. T.sifin
IV !h- *.111J11] : 19:* tons, loading for New the administration! of the estate of Bcaurcau One Candle Stand .Office; -1
: "nn-1 pknHxet: : (' I \"Wricrit 1 ; Yorl.-\\'m ( ; Porif-r ACo.. .John S. Ran ; ; {CtG Xo. 1 C'olriinbus IJlock..IAS. .
1 i"1'. MJj-v-y! : 1 do MrXav:; V I f-lvni": 1 \Ln lIIltII. J oan"'. 21 Ilj< tons, from N York wait dolph, late of s.iid c'-untv, deceased.FRANCIS Two Card Tables-(all mahogany ;) KELLOGG

'.' -n.. u.-' (i; 2 d ,1"u;.. \ 't! xie: 1 ing-:\"onrs. >' ,V Sloiji'. R. KLY, Executor. One) Matrass: ; Two Bedsteads ; .t'\p Jan. -J.'th. IS 1 1. j j _.

f',;. V t'.rlr; \ !Jo.uiM) do c."n .\- Coa.ien- 1 Rji'iMsf.; ;Jht.--. 1Ii( !) toi.s, for New York load- Marianna: : Feb. I 1st, l S :M. feb5 5m; Red and Bedding; Eighteen Chairs ; !
"H; < J 1"rt"r.11 f]. T II ,V C I II A'utiu.: i in*:-.O'U':1 nut'. --- Two Wash .Stands; One Carpet THE subscriber, airerit: icr: the -Etn:
h ;
f- i\to ord"". Tcrrilory or I.'ltu'jr:1a.
M\Y j tt: ._ -CHOONKIJS.Myarisoj' ) One Candle Stand. ; of llartford. Conn., i is \
.1\:\ P->r -fhr'wI'v: _23 '.." J..H'KSOrCOlXTL(
: \I' > : i : ] ) for The above will be sold i issue policies of Insurance
in.Izti'iV ;- 1 -ijidtiei: :; N."} .j.i Tijltl: rap"r.; Havana I VJa. Key \Ve.t. In Richard bv order of D. G.; Ranex airain-t Fir t,
; ftJst.'IUK
I'diil-g| J I-ih.-on: 1S WilsonEspr";? Justice Court. an the of Jas. or damatre rivers .
V 1', in 4i). : Co.M.o2. property Jl/Starr, on uri: favr.mble te
.i I'
: Tai..rCo : M hhiis MIC Ir, 1'I .. Fdilari.-i Horace Ely; ) Attachmeiit, Deed agreeable} to I atlie ,
!Jli-u! .V t'o:2'l'' bblwii'kty.) : "Jo do moles.. rt, : 'M; tons, loading for N Orleans for .N'JS U'5. from said Starr to Rancy, executed on apitfor the anove company i is large ar'in "-. "
v: A
M.K-IIT. >: Rcturnublc :<'ith' the
KiMiV"Tra: I.uffway: S pki .- I1IJz.IIt... to February term I, day of October, IS J3. vilest possible: manner, and its ;
: : nOJl"O"olln3", ir5.:) ton, lo.uling for N ()Orleans Henry Cooper. ) of losses has
1: tI'. IJ'll1r. \Ic1'1\ H.irt-honie 2)) S. DILL always been anIIi
: ; pkmd.v MaM'T.M.'ilniin. r i Auctioneer. prompt r
'l HE[J i :
A-er V Jon-?; 2'bblork.2l; H'k<- roln-,', I 1..r- KiiJiid--; f'O m) ton. waiting Ma'-tfr. J. her'IInotifil.d defendant and all other interested are Apabchicola, Jan. 2th, 111.I jan22 2ttroporty Dee 2) D.-\i\'L J. )-. -,\-y.
\A.-Htilmr I ; I. ea>k- h-ic< n. 10) bbls pnrk. to : of the institution of I the above:
:I\'I1fo.t"I1"! ': Ii>H(/ p!xC-> ( irefji .\ Coni'-v: : 111') Sv .11(1\\clHri. Sh) 11111'11I.\ I 112 tons, fm N C'rli-ans.' di.-> suit by) attachment, and required to appear and 'j'ou-u lor Sale. THE "ATLANTIC" MCTUAL IXS : .\ ,

bvil! : ir.' :;-ael-eoir--) ::.-, 13 bbs I whi-kpy.':: >JilMIIMT. : : ( Vf.ivia, Chnre'iill' ; ,I''r.11ft ton fin X ( plead to t the satnc as the law directs.HORACE LOT No. _', in bhxik B., first ran e. in Water : of the City of New York, h :}4'
.' I nrl"lI1di: appointed the subscriber!
'X-J t-llllCO. W G P(rt''rV ( ; .Tj pk:s; dl'lr.;:i: ;-Master 1 ELI, Plaintiff. : and Lots Nos. a & in, in block 3.: : their A ;*-. t,

I.;:': 1' t Lai' ;>ti"; 1'1' IIi.L'y! M A MyrP :. l .-irl. I Miniin-r I : 7'ton-: \vaiting-Ma=jer. Marianna: January :'j-nli, 1. I I 1. feb5jtnFranklin deedvithi general warantee will be executed to;;I arc respectfully informr-d' that he I is p .
r M'.art
( ir -! 1 teks snlt --- receive
order. --
to -- the applications f
( ; '
ll'rt'ahilJ purchaser. The .T ,
: said Insurancea'ipi '
!lI1.! haley from will '
\1' 'i Key Wet property be sold
I.E-l''r Mhr p. tri >(00) sck ilt ; risks
order at his Otlicc
\1 aftr.r..r. Suitcrior Court. low for ca-h, apply to over D G Raney's st. iIIEXIIV .

nl.u.. ... .. "t.-' IH".rT.- -- '.. .___ _--_--,.-._ .,- -- ._ to Spring 'IV rm, 1..J 1 1. %> XOURSE & JACKiOX. : ,
&I '
"r r J. II 'UCd. -
IVr scr l.'lixabetj- Caroline "\4-t )TICK.t Per-oti Hapllad; !. Ios's, ? ;''TT.\CIDIE\T jaIl2 .IG Apalachicola, Jan. 1st, l> tl. jjsubcriber '
-112 bal \' cotton', < haviutr lit'inf-' \vjih tiif ,::;. tu2 2)Vilhiain -- -------, Water street.AM .
to J I Itevte I Co. JL\ *-.\ P.LAHiroLLAND( ; ) COMPANY.( \ : '\1'illov. 5 J Iantzes; $5t(/,). IEIUCAN 1 GOLD.-For sale in .--- r-h1E duly appointed
P'rtlll1'r! I
Sir sums to suit age 'f
'n-fil; I 'b.ds t
cotton to L cklmrt !jrrv: ti'10 1 the :
| sirKcribervho
.V* ] I JVrr \ Dickin.-on '. : i- aj.i"intedthvir )| r"l'HE 1 i: and all others interested :.( ,, bv I Protection Insurance Company, t/ > :"
; : (
; .\_--iit t I'M- tC!! j xvill "
City ApalachinJa
\I( < irity-15 W < J J and itsrieiulihirho pliasttake notice \VM. G. PORTER with ftill power to receive .
trfr A (0. )d. I He will of the institution of I this & Co. pro; 1:
J'er! -lop SIIti'rr-I(7% b ds receive ;appliratiniis for suit by all trhment j.1Ir1) to issue policies on as favorable tercujrood '
< cotton, to D B the sil" of lot* aid and appear and plead to the 'nrat'r st. i. t
Wood.V.o. m.ike known I tiie tern, kc. sMtne according to la"H. offices, i.s j repard to insure l ai-, ;
Per M'--ji,ir Cten 'aunpt'-r-225 bnl cotton 1order. cil 1.\ J L E. I H. AUSTIN.J J- l\Io r-S, G ROCERIES.-Landing from Schr Boston. dam l ;c by Fire, and al-o to take Marir .
Apalaehicola: Jan. = .t
: !
:sotu) )lxl 1 11.
lOO'r.-sion) JkMcClay: ; J15 I I Kimbrotrli .V A')- h. M'r..Ia, I'--: .",th, i 1SI1.j
;I'idswavVK: ) Nourr vV Stoh: (i !1'i-! 4)-rtI,1Irgc; '----- U. Sa Jla.'shnl Sale. 'to) do Whiskey i ; r(j do Molasses ; settling loss with promptitudu and Ii": .
T ) C. iiasuil f i' .
O1e( !Ii Ii; hhds
3 do
PerIf'. virtue of a writ Ii. fa. Sugar ; Bacon Sides ; well known. DAN'J J. I '
: : ofplunes issued
:1Jr Apulacjicol -:jf0; l dlo m-miit (.f the FKANICL.'N LODflK; i: BY from 10.1111; Setrnrs
> < <" t'lJ1. to rrn. ; (choice qulity.) tlec2.3 52 W .. .
Chas It); ('J 2J) J'rnul 0;j. >n Superior Court, to me directed -
& 'Jf ( arc lIhrly in
p.Ht ,
ted) C'
.at! \V A & ivmie( > to ::tteid n i L favor ) kgs L-rd: ; For sale by '
P ( K..ill: I 1.\ \Vvii:! ; : G t; M'Kay: \ Hdfl-hol"nf'I : iii'-i'tinir r'f.Jid hi'1e, to b<' held at the Hall I I on I of Samuel St. John v.Bank of Pensicoh: DODGE il rpnE 7' \ILlor.- I have
\v. (; \ f.j IIZ1t.U: L'H' h 1ft \ YflI1U : I' 1 Wednesday "" (!lIn the 71h just t, at "e"endo'k I li-vied on the following property i in 1 the jan 2 GARDNER. ANCE CO." with a capital of .c:If.- ..fh j

'-. & Co.Porterell; oj. Jar \ Cn ; ; B Eji-fl/: {p r--J-j<-l> fi.r the transaction: of I important) biii-: city of f \palachi iei1i: to I wit :-I.ots0.. eight (S) -in \r t. -r! (et. appointed tlie tJmlpr-ilIt'll* in.-'ir Airent ( .

Per FHarper !':, Tathh-I ; !1 1.>-?. JJv:.' (,rdt r of \VorMas.. ;and eleven ((11)I ) i in Hlock C, Front Ran:e, agreeably B ELLISON & Co.. 33 Water street, offer: Insurance in the Citv..tpabchlrl ia a-:, .*.- "

} \ Hones JJfefs: 1)il1I. cotton, to \:. YALLKAU: S" to a map of said city. Also! the interest of for sale a lan.retock of miscellaneous goods, cinitv, on CottopWarehouses; Shwls '' ... .-.
;: Per .' -cy. t the Bank m of Pen-acola in the Franklin i Land which they arc prepared to sell at reduced or on the \YId'f. rind every. ('tlr dec ;
hteamr AIIC'u-h-12" hale* f An-ilarliicolj, Fell. >!:ii, 'I I. f"i "l it and I prices,, :-ri> I.merchanli. .
1'J ellen Ar Jiult 7'r A Ac PC !Kain 7 ttn ihirper Fl' \. Aptdichieola! Lot Company: being the interest: for ca-sh, among which are the following- -- Also, on Warehouses, C vR'i;,:6
Holmes 232rder: : V I -:t1),!J feet; assorted .i/cs. derived from Xour-e.! Groceries; of all and ofher buildings HOTH .
I'rooks Co. ,
; : J)7 Loekliart \* Yoiu212 OAKS. & :and* conveyed( ] descriptions, ( / ( Furnit r <%; .
11 Ellison Ar i a; :i C.J 14 y \ C'o; .i perry l' Dick-:) For sale by W A \VOO1)ttb' by fiern' to Win. i H. Brockenbrough in trust'fnr :!W,<-MU( choice Havana Segars, against loss or dainaire by Fire. Losses .. ..': -';

1flS11. 23 Water sf.Ir sindefendant! *, and shall expose thesuneat: pub Paints, Oil, &c., adjusted jnd paid. Applications will re,: ,

'I lJIw'm Per 1IfIl"J.O\\"f'Jl-IJ Ar: f' bal s cotton 10 J Jijj|. : j: f. )rH.-- -----')IU---11111)!-l- -Northern--;- -- I lic outcry before the Court House I dour in the ('rocken', Glassware, &c. mcdi 'C attention at the OHice of the \f; :.

& Youn?; 2J:Yr\ <") W ,\\- 1'C Kain: sj() Loetmrt! i "to I Western, for stile bv city Apalachicola, on: the t first Monday in: Scales and Weights, Iron Hollow Ware,. ove V- G. Raney's st"re, Water tref'f."HENRY .

Ihm"hllrtll'1lr) irp-r A': Holmes-; 15:] MeK.-_ ,\: I f(1)v] ; A WOOl. 2.: Water st. March next, at 11 o'clock) A. )J. to the highest Astrial Lamps, JACKSON, ..?.,-!

; 5 B S II.t\-v) 20 V M'cKenzie( Porter Ar: j 1:5.1(:' 1. D.iTo I ) '\ \. bidder for cash, to itisfv: said ti. fa. Hoes, Shovels! Spades and Ploughs, Apalachicola. Jan. 1st IS 'ii. jl1 :. .': .
Per 1"am"r : r "i lit S LE.-.i:) bls! New Orcall:3Jolasses ROHERT: M"YERS:, U. s. \brshal..IIWIJlCfJ1. Knives and Forks and Pocket
I.-'rI"-tor-J! :(() htle'fll1! Lor-v. ]] fill -" Cutlery, "l Spratf, -
liar A \ntII- alreatefl FJour : "\/. : Jan. tt.--I: Ivory Setts, r l pieces
:'OV, A v P C Kain : :{: ; J IV 1 I- .M, I- 1 J. 1m ATTORNEY & ) .
Co; 41 MeKy As JJarhflrne1001' X' Me 10 I do New Orleans Pilot Bread ; Collins' Axes And Irons Shovel and CUNELLOR4'11TILL .. .. u".
'pngs, for the futurereside in tins
WhiTE, PL\E.-l.-"IYIfJ \
Kenzie ( ft clour U'lute _
; It F'arfl)1Co SV (; 1'orter vV Co ; :0) do do Navy Bread ; Pine: Bigtrging and Bale Rope, t' \ who have committed legal blJ m.' r -it.
38 order. landing fm ship Lyon, for sale -
100) sncks Corn byN11E by Twines and Shoe Thread .
while will
care of Qiiiucv "
a re.-ifent t
Per tpj Yoi ll""r' JV'niith) -lHSbales,: cotton. Lorkhart.V [.1-, r : k STOXE, .If l Wafer !t. ] J DAY & CO.. .Water r st.: Cotton Leading Lines, dress him at this race ''lIe will! contim '1"'

lac'o ,,?: r Kimbrouidi R i'Ivav; 57.1 Cabinet Furniture Pointed Buckets, Tubs and Measures: lar uttendanc> upon the courts of Jac '. ; .J":
; .j J.jy iiowanj.; joj H 1 II] Kimbrourrh I BLOCKS.JO! M'I ft common, bushed and plank: : Cradles am'Wagons Gadsdens counties, and the Court of A ,. '- S
1P.r -t HOIJERT ,
No. .2! "akrtrc't.
imir Sire have
for "
-17 btl I -S cotton to Lockhart / -, sale by .Mats 'l'allahassee.O11k _
1'oun ; t .\ S llw\ t4I}li.-, \y .\ WOOD, 23 Water st. ( \(} per laic arrivals from the North ; and Broom '' over W. A. W ood's, No. 23 \VatApalachicola .- ., .
.(., tt'; .I1I'7 \hil -:," hate cotton Grc'en the Ibllo'ving articles of CABINET FFRXITl'RE [- 1-K)0) pairs prime Russet's Brogans, il .Jan. &, 18 1.
ori.I};: ; -1'Lfv lLTli-lwrut>. !ft\GtN-2fJcoiIsassortedsizes.( :, which he oilers at reduced prices : l JI/Ju" ThtkLsdies' u ___ _.

'"I t-tcal/1't; : '_ .' ')') bales \\. A \ OOD. Sofas: Sideboards line Slippers, Ladies' do OUGAR, M LASSES, WHISKEY, &< .
l' ( } -) Cltton. feb."i; and Secretary's.Dresing common ,
'lO.J 1 Ln i>:'J Water st. O::: -2i; >.rtffels.
"t'r' -4"cc kJft l\ \onng; 7:1: Tdlllldla-t.! Beaureaus and Bookcases: A'i assortment Womens' Shoes, Sugar 4

J J \OU'fJ; ; Ar.I7j c : hger2.; H Predon .V .'\1 LtcIay I : BEt---' 111,10 \It.s: Decf; Hebstea I ( ls.oC( ( various l kinds I ; ; Hatband Caps, U'oolSporting Hats, lIo.'acigesarn'1; -*. :
\\ tjn.'u j' \VVood. 27 1 Ip Saddles and \"hiskc.yfJll'fch... I
tJoi ,\ ". ; ; I for sale I by Mahogany Rocking (Chairs ; Bridles, 0' ;
-nn7r ar,., Flatho.1 fcb.! :> \V0(1). 23 Water st. (;Jilt do! Cane Back and Seat ; Saddle-bag* and Girths, flour-3i) barrels- ; -, ;-*j- S
: bales \\ (1 Cranberries Is. / ,
.> Co'n: cotton to Boston do of JIM(, pieces Prints, half barr, /
various sizes
lor V Co IW-V .'\{at'I;,): '->":< II R TayP.r )OJK.-i.1))1; } prime ; 'JO do Mss.. Mahogany and Curl'd} ; Chairs O-naburgs and Sheetings Lnrd-20 kegs. t \

box M1: Dii F l-'ir sile 1)r rrOOD, Maple : ; ]O r:') j\loulme de Laine lluon-I 1 cak .
\\ Fancy &, Windsor do various Dresses,
hot I. : ('nHnn ILl! I'M patterns .
-J3 Water st. L1.I1it.sVork ; lUlllkt.t.: ,. (.I .f."I..1.......,. J st rcceiycd p'r ctir. Swallow, an I:' 1. .
Tables ; --- ------ .
t ._ : ; Looking Glasses ; I low DODGE & aAnDl\ .
by .
) Bntannia
\ ) Ware Lard '
PILOT I : NI Looking Glass Plates Lamns, -
1LM1.E. bids Pilot
BJ'\T ; Castors 40 i water i < m I
( )n. lar'T\ Oak LaunchPOUTERS I 1 : do Willow and Hash Dishes
)1)t Xav
l'P\n :, f.r sale, |11\ Travelling Ba-kets, all sizes; janSX -,
One now cedw.\}.. soI i H ,.t. feb W A \'OO1)Vattr st. Willow Cradles and Waggons. j-in'Ji:) Xurse Lamps, Dinner Bells, Coffee \lil1s, a COXSUXMEXT: ThJid9 CRC L>

.".J'II !,., *,,111 1.,A.; "1 w; h !mht :awl aJl, which J 1 I ; Wrapping and Writing Paper Ware, assorted, for country trade; ,

fbJ t l'1, ('J ( CO., FOR 4 < ) SALE:-10lbls Cider a superior article;: HATS, CPS1111)) doz Palmetto Hats Soaps and Shaving Cream, Chewing Tobacco, manufactured by* 'f" .

.J\\'alt-rbt.] ) do North K1Ver Hav. dox Gla/.ed Hats ; 6 do II.) kin ; Tin! \Vare; Japajiried,. Ate, wich' Va., some superior cress brand.m

1___ 11.i' s---i\ felt5011SI..: STO:E, .JI') Water st. fi; dox Black Silk do; 2 do Drab d*, ; Looking Gl.'isses, Dry Goods, Hardware and Cuttlcry;
.dl.1' ; '
Alsi-j1 ('h al BU.VV Harness.ETElHBAKT REDYIlJl': CLOTHING.: large and I CAPS.'J do/ Fur caps ; lo' P (U> Selfftlo! b ; Coo: Dippers and brass bound Pall;, Saddlery, Hats Boots and Shoes, &c: ';

1"Ire (it hsP of of \ie ((",{1.ars and a few : for sale by :'J doz Velveteen do ; 1 do Ring Navy (10. Brush'cs of all descriptions. .ALSO, 4

\: \"Jl t L'(:s'1v.)1 f Iray C'hl'ch ilar and I llarIle, --.jarr2l-1 -_S-JJI LL-- & CO.! ,9Watcrst. For sale low for cash bvj ne sides the above, our assortment is composed Sugar, CoiTee, and Canal Flour; -.: :: -

Jor> e\\. byC -1OI'1.'EE.IrO, sack riinToSi-: ; new j..m23: S DILL & CO., 29 I U'ater st. of a great variety of desirable articles too numer- Old Sherry Wine, inches ; -.- \

J't',-J ___1 For sale by T crop. -- ------- -- c"imc! to .i.flioi.: : Purchasers are invited to call All If which WIll bt' soul! VCt)' \y.for : 1 S
.L e MITCH: I I EL l : (I> bundles prime Hay. for sale
'atc'r tred. 1arI2-, 11.L : } : hv and e.vttrjine our ';Iofland prices before buy- DAVII) n. RANEY
13 Watfr st. I I W \\\yjV' '!,'! \\ .It''r ?t i iL rig. 4Y122 ; jjn.:r' t:1: WaterL" irV. '


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Fas)3IIle ()1efl. }] :: PIUiL.C ..itro.n ctfully u.fonned that the CottonPresses.C' -
SALES. \ W.ronsMmg rpE
NOTICES.L U. s.E1ft.1AL's; (t :ITSf; ..ivi-ei\.i piibn'4\rh, \ L ll t t .-al"Vi; > i.-tahiiahi.u-nt i : : has been entirely re- oTTON 1r storage will be received at the
: aait1
: __44- I r tn of fA'U I- tilted, a.d: i is iVw'.v open f c r the reCetitil of permanent ynrcl, md if eompre Ld within one month

U. '. : J2tI's s (' ( ,,- SPftING ni d t rt''eieitt; botinlersaii! l t the subscn'it no ch-nrc will[ bn dc I t r storage, but -1 cents

HcccSver's Stile. Y virtue of ttTroo writ? nt fi fa l iued from tlje !ON.ItLEViflEE & f'f fine hopes by strict attention to the [brininess t)f his per hale will be rhtr&d for labor, tiering &c. jfn
F. ....Iminitrator .- B CtiflY, to moJirectcd / :.( CLOL'( I I N( ( witlua month 20
Benjamin No'.nw. j Superior Ccuit: ot l-'rankhn Krock Coats house to bo second to none in rendering his guests < t f rnpresed one cents per
(de bonis nun.) ot estate one in tV.oi uf J mH: I I rdin! one in t'tvorf \, L1 Cb11i iie dectl I .. S Silk, Satin,
Raymond ; i pl-sin
of O C Isaac { igIiI.i au<
; -t l>iiiiT. (' and tle in fjvur u 1 Oystersiano vfcf. aervetl u*> at ail hours, and \\\ thereof'. r. Ti.u- rc.nputcd frcm date cf

complainant.vs. I Jd', MCSi '. :; the Soutlur:: Life Insur-nee and ( f Ii and't n-.d ;colored, plain in the beot stl 1 ..? Tin- liar attached} to the house, receipt until deliwrtd to lighter or \csscl. Cotton -
f Abraham K Allison, ..urvvingpirtner Tj.i.t ( ::tt:1v, I v-iii-' r Ivy *ulu at piblu-Anahchi't ,- .4..J--: \ *- lUuo, black niiL-cd Pantaloons, as iNiulis storlci'd with the best Wines and Li- chaniri::g hsT.ds: willjn ..!! cases be liable ton.'vv
Barker, ct al. j i U outr..\ J. th.-ctuit lit ije dyer in t tinnty r firs:! M'i-aay'! : -iived lent vt i{',- U and Shoes, uu( F:;. (Irateful for the liberal }patronage: luretofoiv storage' fn m ihte! of ordtr inclusive. Turning -

TN pur3uaflCC of a dccrtLl c by ttt 1 1. >.t 1') o'cloc'.c, r. Ii)., -m tin- Also, ag.-ncrai ;asjcrti srld byS rrccivtd, hr hopes ti'Tit his frienda and the out for sampling (>r wt-igliiug and re-storing
Ptnthcr 7th, numhcr (iM nim! Hal.- Cu .>s, .i:., viicli! ill b
.1 named cai al Lit } bale. Wantages to be
above fraction cent er
tor in Tl .!<-h :..Xt, 1-1 U lL\iLToN, :public w.'ll[ continue to biistaia himHEZ- .sr.u-, t assessed
Honorable Judge cf the upr&cr 01 F4qnity. a3ilby in bl. o'c I>. front rm v, .I'iiv-.J'lj; to a mp SMITH.ApalacliuoUf. by the press wh'-n the rottoa comes in and the
CUJ \Viter street.liLLRil
1'.d "
Franklin virtue County of the ,iver ittin' s a vetd In iii r Sjr:1: tttiicr \th all th !) S( ud! ILSbtin apurti.i1C's jT' h) 47 Dec. Mh, 1813.: (di-rl tfIH' ir.ount ass'-s-sed! eiufirsod! 0:1 the face of the re
M1rC11fl'Xt :
shall Saturday tI 4LY X thCPttI1t0 ittem C51Ej ; ceipt.
on f tli'
to the a tht' oftc Xiiix OlSt!. arcre.uirf l to Irtve six
Aucu 1lt knovti All cottons < good and
p'oceed o sell at 't UI ..\ ) t- :! iv CO.i") Wati -
bidder, the fo11nvin ) gr tiatedVater to 'v I..ii; I : UiCO! LU'I T'11 ry 7 -\j_; r -lreet. have just ivceivtd r-, : snlsrri'r l.-ivinir refitted the above CS.I. sirfiVient ioprs. ( Jruss, tow, bark or cotton ropes
( ?
ROflT. _/f
Lot No. (5)Al in iLrtv acii4a.! late arrivals, a general as- iMishintMit I is u< w prt'p-.tred to accmmo- will! 1'** c'>i>!th red UMmerrhaiituble! and deficient. -
\ street, Ci'-y C 4paLtcIiicola lhcrcolu, I T. S. I dl-t. Apal.ichltola.A PIT > FAS11CLU'lHiNG I I.-tv.liis t frseitJd the pulilic in a manner All fi.-firient ropes will be charged at the rate ofi
{ee 1 front by eighty 1"'" fhlvla" : J- .y ls>;- JliL': !! .! L Jr.i; :. -. itPient vt! i\KW j r i t- oil. I Its t.ihliill > all at the
of three *. -,* .1 vhi /< UN -_ __ ION.BlT EhAY ; : \lii-h: wtil irive satisfaction > l. \ !x-s per rope, arid bagging rate ct

brick Also store, Lot No. (13)t-tpriv.thirffin, in bioD! L, t-ia- 11. s. Jlsa hsil .* Itf."O 'I : tcnsistitg: oi I Over \\ I supplied with every iL-licicv the marker 2" e-rs per yard.

ted ComnuTce ttivc-t in said city, tinny t-.t !ti. f*., S(1' d I fr'-.m tit. :: S.A-k-j Sintt.Mt Panu! -- a'!ords, .i'ul hi-I whole .tft tent::1:1 will be devoted I II DOWXER, .'I&nt
on of a in -112& t..1 I C 'uts; -- : ---
front by eighty &Ieep, liavitig .' a Irick bt-: !' "3 V ntue Court' of FunUm i Mimty! f Jo :n.e dmtffl ;- j ':.t: Vest&r.., jis I'dlluus : I to t the comfoit f his i gucVis.Attaclud for the Xcrtw Press.

jug of oti story, k12s't& LS liii' 1I.O1S. ] S'ipri i P.tik f-f f'4.l: ol.i .rjiiiwt t ( und to the istablishiaent, are two superior \VIL'-'ON, Ifyilraulic Press.n. .

'r1i titic to b : conveytJ 1v tLii.. tLe beni all n i'-V'T cf tile. have .5 tvied 0:1 the f f.lliwitii .: _'J Cloth;, ihase1:, riushing COU'LINJj; ALLKY-, and constant attention is <;. rrvoN.
and intertt 01 I (. ljuiud, litc ct 1 Satinet: (Over Coats ;
t1ie riiit titic I] Chittenden : manual
ut!' -!. band ,-. iveu to thus ,' who iiiditl e.iu this exer- Florida Lever .
.ii'J Ajuil
of slid county, and A K Allison! in und to : : rp} i-t\! b 'l i" th i'Hy 1-1.u.i; black, blur, brovwi aud: invisible green : .
!) 1-1.
1st tf
i' .id itvas : r. ,
d on a ylan c> ; I ]
property. 'kn< wn'd' ( i a !rr icK Hid Drt--s Coals: ; Sf.OY which
One-fourth ea-'h and tV :.-nainder in 'Jt\vo, m Ll-a-k ( i i ) TF.US, arid every other delicacy
Terms I
o-ie rn- Gouts
: NoH a-'i tlu
casern :
( -
lots Cl-j'S, T ( iingick had ;ites ol' %YJiirlic..
eix. twelve und ei'/uteen monthNih: tf"od .'"iut wj.'li i.H the bml lincc-: :irnpri' \ < dilleretitc..l may bj wa.'it'.d J'r ti-jshtr.eist: can be at any
to5ether % arid tine! P.iuts of
the j0it. c" r'u th.; isjim r- : s
and several notes for security; satisfactory to : m l a;>')ur.fonait! >s ihvie'in.> ';, Receiver and no title to be given until said :s"tvsehall ,IteifJ: : 15 :ifid p-.iUoms ; have been rnwko that permanent -ll '"i.'tiei, Merchandi".c. landedorshippul
> _\rianetr-tit :
nud shall! <";}!< - icr =.1 alriublif Valencia and csisimci : ; -
-lk satin -
( pUT1'g PI : d figured \\el!
j be
be al1 luid. 'Ci-ivr. iK'tbre the tYurt llu'i- d-' nin sii.lriv ttiiu fJOAROKH'-v can as Jiora the Whart at this 1'trt :

IJKNJ. F. XOL'ISSK, K '. utery the fir M. A. MYKUr1, Auction'Apalaehieola : ;tt 11 1 u'cioci:, a. m., on \ i.risli-j and linc'ii Shirts ; '
k.-e-.un with the time. . .'JJOn
?--. 1r Fninkiiiifc.nty the prices are iri On bhinprd }
Jan. 1=;, 1S41. .'iyl next tersn <:f the : C1 I.rd do du do
bidder for e.ish. Said T Ell Ms : fi 'nd y>i>r b irrel, lantkil. ft- tirii'jting -
Cor: L : to the hi liest property Iv.-d! .; \vliitu: lhntu-1 Shuts and Draws ; vvek, S7 feet UO< .
In JttcStsoi Superior sold sub-ivt to a claim held by Lmvis ] .''ard l an' I Isxizinq; I/IT cutur or J
to ) s'irl-' N .- Pants 1 tJ*)
Striped ) ro ; .
> ; V.'k "
James Boon wol'1 their i ntvof pt.r ( tt, e :nal to a barrel.3
) (lri or a
Curtis: and -5 vs. C BILL K.JK) 1>I Y '.{'-!,. crre dolbrsvith I interest then I \\ Dunicrt-o.'rucks .t.:d Tro\Ms ; lin-inl, \jier d y,. (;;i ( ; > hundred an1 1 i 1'1 Ay Shoos >
six and
i Socks! and .Mitt ,n& ; Jjuots ; Sin!< oval "
Piety Uoon. ) the said from the sovjith dIV of iM.iroh, l :n, till i>jid. Hats. & &c. L';; ;. . . . . . . . . -t, per sick, laxde1..3
this is ordered thai! usjless ( i Caps, c. .. '" '' 'i . .:'i *'
I N case it months and K-JJiKRT: MYK! U.S. Marshal. Xov 2.) I 11 t f W. J 1. KKLT.OV shipped
defendant do appear withi1l're'' alacltiool-i Jan. 17th 1' I H. jani'J linU. *; \V.j(.fl, per cord..j "
htt f1N I )
Ml M d ( : Al) : I ST
answer or doinur to compl- 1* L'Tiahf, pr 31 feet. . .%) "

the same will b l .* take1* P0 amftsw, and th S. .llus hal Sale. I 4' f'rc'-ts per M 00 "

matters therein ciitifl'd decreed accoruut-c.' issued Ir.iin the -\ -_Siv.eeKS: alter htiI I hall ajij hIN 'c "I-ingl; per M. . . .1:2i: t;
virtuof)E a inurtjra c- ii. f' I
1llNJ. G. the il'Mior.tule I Jiul.. c of I the County < "itof
B hrortLJ ti> '* Sacks of incui, corn, oats, or
Court of Franklin tome -
l's- Superior ivunty
Yovfin &. 7'AYLoit, Compl'-- Fnu.klin county, lor letters John \V.
decll hvim; in Uv )r ot Lowell Holliruok, c., lite rf s-nl
Marianna, Dec. 7, ISj: fniiuwini on the itu (MARV A. SCOTT, MOD CANDY2'I nut more than three hmt1ie1s. .2 J*
Rinaldi, I have; levied upon the 1 ? pro EI U'OOD.Apllaciu. .
count v, dec. ased Ail I't'iiber salt /rhandise shipped oi*
Court.William or ,
Frank* Superior t tn witall of two certain lots in the (Ctof : \
perty. ITH' 1 I 11. j ir2-'fy;
.-. b, Jan. ,
Lnrence, C'n'Lt. J> I 1MI t f r 1 Pivt-i.v. Apa'.ichicol.i; bcMfti; paiH "f four lots in said .iard v--,5els ir stearn-lwats, from othf vessels, } : 1 is JNIVM \
vs. f l )ecemter T'-nn, k and described in the plan of said week- after date I will :ip-h; I irs stemli"t: or nilN, hmcr at the wharf, will b?
city ;>ovn
Vf't.. \ <\\. NOTICESix FIT the -.-'M.* : ui death: spread; his wi iri uu the vhitrfiee 'iv.
Elizabeth Ldwience, ) lots, Xos. ) tluve add (1) four, front I the Jud e of tlitConnt\ '' :'' inc ii
city as
:hc cotnplaitiant by < /usi'I l, and i it t ap of Franklin for lettcis ofAdmhiitr.itio.i i'l >st.Aai V.'f.'tn'.i '* on otton: or uthf-r rnerchanilise land.i.d <
lv seven' ; th- ,
GAME:i 'Vater street, and lots Nos. ( ) en Court for rnui.ty
raine, wJ.
.1 thr Court that tli the iac .f nvinkiuil he c
to thy sati-.s Tjon of br -Jilitd 1:1 t ua \ I. t be paid hy I the COriI'n4*; and uhen&hi-
and the Amorv Jog'rs, -
'I' lots thrve! b on ;
the lim.ltof the Teiri- uid: ((1-I ) eighteen, in thnar : i ;t
defendant resides beyond rf Admi'iistration deb iiKMn.MPiiiTliat l by the party takiiJT the bill! i f L.iJm: .
for letters l pl
street and
fronton? Comnierce d'-c.M.! cd
and : ,
i.-id'> the respectively ; *
Therefore j is by
it re
tory of Florida. ci : ih.-> iir,t : >t -it.- o! sjcknc .r.MMpbiM :; c Ail cnuicerattd )
yrn ir-Hiils and rru-rcnandij-t not I
Court that the defend:mt do app Mr hi re on or before in saiii city, all boinu; in block F., fi'-nt raiue, xiis n"ii' di t ha.t uiitrm '
the expiration of three calendar month from thc !beiiii iifteen feet of lots .Xos. four and f>o\viti'en .1. MO Rj.Apalaehicola : > | a-,\ will bo cli irirf'd at ct.nv-fiondin rates.

date hereof, and answer the complainant' bill of l on the; east side tlu-ivof, and even and a lull ftvtf January I, 1 51.N tion to oveilhrow tluilrst cause ut! illntss.XCGLDT '>' -s-s.-ls. lufiters and steainhoats, lying at tie *

will he taken emuesf-o. \VI-i.t. aa complaint, or the same pro lots X-'s. tiire and f-i hti-fn on the west saluHiorejf -
And it is further ordered that a csv of this order (1 ti the lift pen feel in lots OTIC 11:-Six weeks after (Kite I shall apply At this <-asnof the year v.hcn the or anir st:>t. w'M re-juireu tr pay for the uof the berth it- j
be published in the Conim-rciul A'lveitiber for four ami I the system ir it preiu .ui"' r '-cu:'i i.;" t'v.j dollars and titty -iit' per da\ ant t j'

three months consecutively. al'fcet fr. \Vatei street and the court of Franklin! county, for letters of t Administration vy ttr the 1 s.j--dy; ia.therii! of matti-r whici *.\ (iy f'> vc. els or b >ats landingor disciiargr?.

(MOSES Copy.)Solicitor.IVste, CJliO. K. HALTZELL Clerk.Fraiiltliii saiue taflfl.0:1:. a(Conup.en'ti.'i J 't 0:1 t: ri one body, part off on the c tale: of I: Amorv Rogers, late of c-nd in CAK'o: : : beyond the appn.ucii of tutd: Tl.v: fi:II v.viiix Artlclo! of tie Rt-piL-tions ofthi- |

of said city aft're.-aid, io- said count. deceased. cln .ndti'i.-! : tfnnin.tU--j in UKATH. .\TnC'-.i! 1 ; f'f- !:' r ot" Ccrrjiuercf, will'ue "Jof
i'i i the >
1-its :ti
nr ) j sul
J.V.. HAMMOXD.Apalichicoh it then that 11
11 i 1AV
n.-o.- is
ry .tri' :t'thr d to :-
Court. the
Superior all aul suu'dar improvements. : y
Maria Fredericks, UN KQL'ITY.; hui1ding cethervith id: :) : ( t ', ) Jan. 1st, l H. janl ..itlflO'ltI i-c me a\\su- uf the sitVj u::rtl v.hi-i! c i..i b cotnees: catfon sh.ill: be -allowed tlret- ijd.ns

vs. > Petition fur Divorce.Daniel : ."' : I I I:1tI: I ai! I thi} wn arou;.(: them at a moim-uls r.oticf, whel ilth c'jr cotton t > uiain 01 thy w.artaiu: \
a, tho ppiswrt- )' after late I sidl! ajiphto .
M. A Buschendorf. ) ;J..H .A/osij .-3111,0lor s.'lu at pv.Miicbefjr outcry _L. t !, .' o-i: ,.i 1 1 h,. ( 'pjujtv Com for 1 YuAhu :- :u'tkcd by C'HILLS COUGHS Jir.d: p-nth'- .r* two (LVvithutt! : incurilii'!? t-4 j jwharfa

reading the luvgumg: petition. JU'{' ;*. '" -' I the Court I II luse door la the city of .\iaIi- county, f"i I* Iters i-t 4lirri'sIu:1: trom me r.cimiiiiUutio -' *>lf as iich complairits: m.iv ainvrar.. at firarii ... -. If tft -r ru-titie.tti. n h-i the wharfirpf,

OX peal-ins that Daniel V .t-cnendorl re- riiicla, at U o'clock, a. m., on the lirst t Monday( : of tilt- estate of Maitili Snyckr, Liteof :! t.v'' nn ti rtirr iitt ut-r.i-jvi. th h.iwhicn rnny ::tlovv it ro remain a I'-nger'tiru they jb. !

Bides beyond the limitsof this Ternary-It is !:> :Maivli n'-\t, to the hi.rhe-'t bidder t'cj- cash, t-> i duct-as. d."YTOTICK. en(!-; in CONSUMPTION.Why ir; -rr a r extra w Jjif-t: rt- ,p -4; cert; iter bale, for
aaul count
he binid! U- the
i.i be hat blore zit on n Slid i.or1.r'-. : : thrn .Viaeoplf: .t> proue t'A'-iity-toiii'h uI'j -t it tfefitM.ttr. .
Ordered that bout : s-xtisfv s uv'Li-y > -
a : 13. I". .N'LTJNE.
Dcc 2;;, iJ ; ur.stwl'tr'i' ; I should .vh .ntlic An
facts, as charged in the petition oi; the second Roilll1' MER'tirltal.. ci f.--y pursue Wocti asd ItiK-ber shall not be all'.ved! f--

Monday of March, I? 11. at ApjlachicoLi, in th A;, 17th, 1 1 K jjirJ-J 1 Itn"O :.- im'inths!! I slullapi gl\ ofd.'Mth[ .I.(4 his win.i* *'H ; t bl eL" remain :a )rp :rhun tvtt>-:< ur hours \MT
County of 1-rauklir., and that tins order bj pub N t i1-;: t the lion-'raV.-: J-irtec uf the Court .\waot : ic" to the necessity r f lre..rvi';: ;ri extra wf.arthgf.- twtji.ty-f i hcujAll -,

lished in one of the public iv.v-.pipers in tbis ti. !4. ;' [f'jr th'jj utty of Franklin, for; U-ttv-rs of Dismi life and L. ,th!r ? if you have a sever.* cold, fly: tith tlirr;. ttt r."

the of three months !bsK'iv V xirlUtj of .t \vni ,f ii. fai i i.sued fr.xn ti.oj Alexander Crook late of it t iaiUo r i.iC'K a..t! usL *.- -
the bill ?.
Territory, for space 5nn I'IUM: C'ittC wtii be lrr-.tntP-I r: v>'hv : -'lit -
the time aforesaid. _>
S.V.. CAKMACK, :Mix, vs. ;AHif >, f/ir\r. r: to'nu lir.-'tt.d, I ceased.S.. II. HARTSHORNE! '. tLaCt of I Hoarhcuni1, r=>>u recr'i -_; ; "nCoit, le-. .I j'rT -..(: .

Judc: .\.1\ : t'hjLt litrjct.II.tWKIN have loviiid on 1.-.ts ir-iab-'is ( ,>) live, and ( l.'J I : ) N( v. i, l> J.'j.i: l';, Administrator.NOTICE } / -'l a.; t' inly curative in ;pvvjiittiu Co:. .

.*, Solicitor. thirteen, block D.. ri tli.Cit: v of Aiialaclucoiit : suriiption. ;4ff. Li. i'aSillii c: ]

Apalachicola, Nov. 7, i- !';. 1 l'JaiFraiikiiu !:
blo-k IV, front : .i'i:0', Hi i a j-ia'i of stid City, t )- I J ulg ol' the County C'nnrt tor Frankli'i tte. !>oar lecc.rd of its virtues. S-/x; ,r.-. _., *?, HAS.iotcrruiii Uft. .! I. hirtfs' .

I' Superior Court. Hetiiirr v. :th .:11 t'-.e iaiildin:. s and iinprovfnifiitthsi.'to -. I i -unty.. for letk-is! of I)lsinisii tr.iin tliefraJi'ii *.% U.,lt.3 ilf >tilii'ctilll ilv' J. Pl -liL Soil.'orsulc ./ !t' :' 'rv.tuep.tlv 1; tht-4.'tV. .0. I

John Banks, ) t-rt..lining aistl birlo-i inir, aji( further ;! >! c-f t he Astute of Robert lx"bisun, lo iJ--IAWLKY, L- sse..t. : .ctfuiiy s,.JiriMr.! ,
"' '* "
vs.Benjamin :\t ACiIMjc..s.> 1 Lnow.i! ;:> ""IMuL-nix louse and; JJowlmj Saloui'. lute of sud ciunty. dictased.H. of the cit 7t-ns oi' .ApaLichic r* il t1 e o.: T -

W. Walker tu1 1r tJ95&' ou A.rmojJy o'.vnul lV R.n ITlO.'Hl C. Alilx.Tl, a t'luj .'}. STONE, Adm'r. PARR'S LIFE PII4LS | trvir-ner.Iv.: He tl liters hirtsti't t. ;t a. tLr/s.: iI

John 11. Watson, execu lf R-turtubl to Decwaber >rt!.p.rty of sai'l ti.'ri, and sliali'o.! .->3 the! sar.iu; A Analachicf i iDoc.. .',. 1 13. tim __ r lStinJi :rbilii.: .-di.. inc h.- sr.tre.v IKi iii I I .tnd praff'r.J krujwled-JT! Ot' his bisuiec- i: -

tors of the last Will ai.d Term, for c-ilti: at ;public outcry b.'ortto! <('it'irt li;".tjn tier

Testament of James C. i'1. door in t th.) ( 'it} of Apuliehicolaon the iir,t iM'nliyii VfOTlCE :M.\ i tt.Ihs! after date I shall! apply yi-t it! nili'i : -pic:1 of timr>, \\vlii. :' .:*.y itricrdin cc.iri'ienc of the public. wiljer. urv.- l-.rii Jicrt-

Watson, deceased. j "\lii--iineM.k at lloVl(5fks ::. m., to the 1\' t.thH i.ior.tbLJud'c of the Cou.ity Court; iv *-\t-ii-uus on the p-trt < {f the Pr< -. -- i\ his uii.U-it.ik:.! Shup 'O stairs in l.'lUshiJiil

The defendants and all ot'ncK i.iloroitf rc highest! bidder for cash, to witi-fv slid Ii. fa.RUS'T. o' F/auklincotmtj ft.r letters of Dismission from its ?ale }ItS ir n-a-ed withsuch rupiditv, ( -.-p -iily ; Iin rs- Entrance ut-\t dr lo the Pi > UtlictReitr .

hereby notified of the institution of the above suit, MYKRS, Jlarshal.: the t-itute of Willis Vi/n, dt ceascd.A. in; ti," :-v.sili, it b in'4 pernharly ;':i:
and they are required to appear nd plead according ;a. Jan.2od, 1' N.I jinOO 1mBY (J. SMITH I, Administrator.Apal : rlirtiJ'ti' ,) that their mt j-aii uinw txpcet SVpt 1-i, i-ij.} : St: ttIj.

to law. tchicuia, Nov 11. 15 13. nil tim __ ..Moiha': b-'cn itttrt- tl'.aa r-ali/.fj, u:.:i th -. -- --
I'liieit-ui-y of 'lie: Medieme tablts-hed! on :i turf'.otin : :
BROCKENBliOUGII & A. A.4e1.d .
U. : -r4--t'rIcl.: : --Ail I p-raons hiving claims FIT congestive und intf'rmitt.irjt fev.-r }
: Nov. 1111Jm \tfy's f'-r priT. irt'ic <.t.fai -iliis!i ti. fa., i>- unl fr'>m the .1 4 >' '! >ri-k L Mini:, late of .F-ick-oii coiurjv, fever vV te.: ;md.U duejtea cf the kin, u is? (AT Til : OLD STAND CP JACOB XCOLfMlJl ( ,)

urior Court of Fianviin coviuiy ifa'.cr: ofIJrtnk cIto'! i d.! "f rrijuired to< prni I itu- airi"', duly rno-t vr'am
Territory of Florid. of! Po'isacola, v-;. 1't-jjm.iin Drf.wn, to medirevMod aitniKtir -'d v iiiim the tuiupr frribi*?! hy l-i\v, niall buxt2.3 cents. Lnrirt; f.() e ntI'm .-. :': x-.T.r.Tt TAKT: his method f inforras -

JACKSON SLTEmoIl Cul t Hi'. 1 I have this dty l.-\ieJ on the f'uipju"! or th'!.; noMi: v. ill b" il bud in; cf th' ir r.-co-.cry. .-..! :-y L5. ELL1<, 2 Wat--r .. s 'v the !iiMic. that hi has juit

George M FiI1inhat. lot ot 1 tv! in tIC! Cityi': Apalac. icf-b--arul knmviiau.i .\l I! pi-r.-iMi? i ii.M.'litc.l ;o xii'i <--ti I'' artrtjii' ted to Sole A .iiI f.x ihv Proretor. | tgggi
V9. ttLL:1flt.I iliotin ui.iael on a ct t sii'l city, as L-.t :n.iie imau'ui u y:ivm 'iit to tht- i-i'! -cntr.SFSAX i .\p; !. !. !:1, I'ef.I lith, IM3._ a; d s-'deiidid assntmEit ot' f
E. D. Huldbut ic Co.rpUE A. MLN(.: Adin'x.
tVmr. in h14)'-k 15. fro'it e, together .1 KV K: IKY
auniber (1) t ran Havana ,
; A FAIRS. :{0UUO tirst ijuality Sejrard
L) I SI. ,
defendants and all[ others, iterc.d will M-.ri.tmm, : cLO,
'-1 wi JL take ritire will lie 1 "
: that Hiram Noir examined !tsbIgiug, and s'lall expose the same fnr'f\Uj at 'TYl'CE.-\11( [ ,persons }having'claims nirain.5t jan-J-J .].'! Wati-r. i'att in of beautiful I?fast pins-.__;iioni; thtmsi
in behalf of plaintiff, ill the city of ApoU- ;pinlno'ltcry b.-lbre the Com t House doM in thn IN Thomas Williams, late of Jackson county, me"DIAMONDS of their waterpGoid and

chicola, on i-\y of jvembvr iu \t.YDUN.3 City: of Apalichicola, tAIl the lirst .Mow! i> m de'vns d, an-iv: juirtd to pr.--nt} the sum-duly I| > O'JTiOI.A general nrnnt-rit tjj Silver TumbleGold. ad Silvt-r PiiciLs, Gold

& TAYL'JK, Atl'ys fur Pi'lEMariatma 3'n( '.1 ue.\t at I 11 o'clock) a. :n., lo the Iiih.tbi'hl anth'-ntic'ttc'l v. itl-in the' tric ] i\scri!>-l( !b'\ la'.v ) men ir.d Ioys i Boots, Stioe:: ;:nd Br JT.Mi'or -, ar.t! y:! > vf Sptrctacli s, Ji ld Griad and F< .i

Oct 1, i-j'j. ol-lrn T lor cj->bt'i --. tify .s id u. f i. Projnrlvpoint. or tins not tee will I b1 j 1P'iii i'i lv>!r of f fiiotr nc -- sale cheap tor c.t,h by C'uaIa., Silver Sptons, Plated C.Jurs. MantltCio'ks

Jackson Superior Court. ; .-d MU h/'i uit'v a-, the property( oi said > said r txtoaureiust' i-uI .- S DILL & CO..i \Vater t. ii..e K-iives, &,c. fcc., whcihe| will j>eu ROIVT MYEIIS i Marshulprtl : d to rae' iiMni-driti t si-ttlf nicnt.THUS. ; low ilr; c-a >h. ; |s
L. PmUard
Matilda ) M. WHITE! I : < 1ilFEF.'A:! : chuke lot ef CuHoe, jus.J
1m : Adrini! ,tr.itor.
\ htcoh, Jan. 12 lib, Ibll. jin29 rru> 001,0 VATCJIES CHEAP ASTVK.VTV
V Divurro.
vs. Bill Lr '
Tinkard. :Man.-'inn, Jui.: I'.Uh I 1 1', 1 11. j-rrJ-J f.rnM'J. iveeived Und for sale by '*OI.I.K. '
Peyton II. ) 1. ELLISON & Co.j .
L ) '
defendant will tak. the All !Ki-\.5 Watcius} ind Cluck/repuircd, and t
that '
rpHE rrtice on In the United I >tat-s I Diilr'ut (Vim : ; ' in November ., perform
JL until
third Monday tie} (
.xt j-1 Tor the Apalu-hieola l >i-u-i"> of Florida.'JOHN [ -i;f-line! d : Lain.-s, jn-t r fi.ived.i .
will proceed to take the d.'posit ,'ia.f Shejiard; 1 1 [F.:\( KSH5 I l I'li'S CO.\ L.-u casks Coal, jitsr..vivvd IN l'crsoss residing Afilachicola, or
ItOACll I of Jai-kwj! comity, lis.vina ;i- -r M.IU hy 15 ELLISON & CO.,
Stone at the Court lljUiin the town or M.triun-: .J_) ; iid tor sale bvW i-l'-.iT t'-c' /\\ishi'gtht'ir Wsches or other

na, at which time and ptre! the srj defend jul 'I fihti a p.-tilion pr-ijinj :Irr hidi chnr u and i'u :n: \Viterbt.pi : A &, P C KAIN, Ji-wch*,: i- pain-d, having an nppAunity to send

may attend if he s es lit to j lsn.. cerui : v ; aT. i i>uu UJM ; u is oruyreo niai eaibe ; / ;; .AND A FAIR PRICE; : !-Paid foVV J.L II J .-) \r,4 oiiiii.mij i UJUCK.TT _,_. them t y tn twoithy hinds, dung the boating

A. 11. BU.Sil, Ally for Wit snd'vn hcr! r tl.c (.'o irt jiirninst .iittl: ]iciitio: L'kSkins, uarl Shipping; I Fms, by sc.i>. n, c.n have them pairtd \ Mr. LeGay.and ,
at M tria; ma on t'" : -t Mi'iuJuy!; i in Mav: iic xt. (' f-\VD i;UN.--2 pipus "Meder's Swan'J.X
Marianna, Oct. ili3.Jackson ll-lm S. DILL &. CO., returned with nt-aily the sive despatch astht
Test) !U tr ALUr-TvMAX. Cl.r'cYONGE Gin, u-it-i certificate of inurtatiiI1.) .
Ii cstablishmut i
2'J: Water truet.GIIOCKUIES. were Apalaehicola.j
Court. .v \YI.nil I Atty'afur PiUon.Marhmia _iIl! __ ___ For sale SAM'L 31 McKAY, ;
Superior t.y
>lninms! Ga., Oct. 15, 1 -ii.: j -tu
: J.tii. '.)th. lvl !. jarr2tj'>m .-1UO bbls Western Flour ; jan22 ?t -t'J \Yater stft-et.
Rebecca Stevens, )
_. __._ _
Bill for Divurc.-. :: ; > Mi.las.vs. and HhouTHOMVS 1Zkiiig.I .
G.vs.Stevens. > .1. SJ3 :) Co.ittr 50 \Vinsla-y, fur Silt; bvw [T \VXJ. POTATOES[ ) Iwiw superior LARK *avu.g removed

Cutting FT1HE: defendant willttakc) notice that on tli 1.) \ st ret, and! one door F/.M; of lid A' WOOD, j_ j F tUTu t Hay ; 7t bbls. Prtatoes, now Lu.d- to the Store tbnnerlv Occupied by J01seph -

1 third Monday in November next, the :u4ti1 I I.),,, (hVcf; on Chtunit street-oiler for s il<; .I Milo -jj; \Vat&'rt. i inj* "; !hm bangle! Noble, arid for sale by I SchrodU respecfully informs ths

will to take thflkjp jsititjns uf James I H I a i:irnn<\ O.-H i;-al a :si.rtmcMil( of Fancy nt.d : II t I- .S. DILICo.. tf* citi/ens tit .\pula ",i.i>la, .nd the upcountry -
proceed 1) vt; IN-ll( ) ) i"es Ni'isli .
Parker and Walter J. Robihsun, 1LU$ D.tvis, ant j !ir\ ( -.itt0 ,r-CapsiiimncJts: Hoots, SJioi s, .1 ) i t-j cotssi-Cimient liv ; li _/, ftrt[ j ::iir;> :.9 wit.T; s rect.TJJ" that he will[ attend t* tic airove business
ojoso !
w ,
a1d! .anous uii :lt.. omVijtinji t in part ofI' in all brandies. French!! skb Boots mar*
Eliza Davis. The df posioas of Jame11.. Park; F VRRIOR &. Co.junl. :&fs.-.l hSt K-tviu-d pa: bn \ttrv: fr/n I us
and Walter J. Robinsua! will br take at tlx k a-ul! Liu! : eas-sin.cre and ve-tin-j:, .' i l.IVat 1 ..L.L'v '\ < :. a few fine t'ASSLMIfitE j to ordiT. I L* has ul: !>o on haf f u Mirply of FrenflCraiter
; ) r street.
Court House in Marianna ; tho> of Kills Dnvi; iMiR-tts! ;and l K'l! i :;<-ky Jfal-.s, Hat.lutes' l' iii-m, a beaiitttnl arrcu17 : -. licc-fs and Shoes, K-\V atd fashion15t.lL

i M 'H'iine Dolanuv, ChiKiMsmrl; : Al tact.Jn.1 I __.__,31) bbl lin-seta. ,' which will be M.ld aiv-wfoicash as
and Eliza Davis at the house of Stephen J. Rwn At'PLES .,I. '.tie ,y. S I; I : i I IJu ; ,

in Washington county. 'hedefiic1ant may at { Ij.I and <-tr.p 1 ; () Dr.".s Silks, 1'ippinsciivtd ; : : .&terPIUtUCt1 'Vet.WroTF.UN hiius,' iti !} ( rity.T :. oct.

tend and cross-examine hlh lAitncAjcs if i be.i sec; l.luT; : bl'k and rii-ii ti'1 l Sattins, .,' -,{ \; p>T brig Mary: from Now York! &- Co.-
Roberts, A ,
fit to do so. A. II. IJUsiL ITiPs Atfy.Marianna Iai1CItr lc'inetje ( Iiipilitiiis.: in prime: order. For sale low bv u bUb! Flour ; .
1'miiroid'd Mrrino, ,mt wl'n shauls WhisUcy : AVE on hand and 1 uae :
: and ,
OcUQ, 1S43. ol i -nFratikliu pl'd} S DILL & CO., cols;
MOM- 'InnDdaiK- :id! fat.TV silk do. ni''H U'atcrtivet.mRi'lNO .'! -> tl lo Pork.Xo.v Ji_ Sheet and bar IrouGtrn l.lacksmitH

Sup'erior Ooisrl. J.tckjtIett, plaid, h'W.c! ami swiss Muslins, }- : lai.diig l efuro our store ar.Jf r -ale I lovv in, EI.i-1: !. Tif! and (' 'l

Louisa W. Sprowl, ) IN CI1ANCEUY.! 1 Hal.nris tu' ro hlanUi. and Krrscy.s, C.I Il: i s.-A fi.-sli .Mp.ply ,j Wot for cash by FA K K U >V & CO., Cauldron Hollow Ware Kettles, whotule froi0 tt aid> 120! r J"Vi t'1

vs.Crawford > J-1 1 Lmcnand cotton tonrdr.! h j hVelin. r, Sporting Hats, just received .-ud for >.ili(> bv" jairJ'J: I 11 W-tter s>t. \ uilit and Cut .V.v.X... jlra.f

Sprowl. \ Bill f-.r Div ,rot 1 Forciirn and lomi\stic Prints4 ,rrp.t vsuiety1 J] ELLISON x Ct:)., AiUiroi.3 lie Ire-ns

appearing to the satisf.if: tmn ff f tr.- Cu.tthatCrawiord .)-. 1-l J, 7---, br'wn shirt Lr.z. -.aid s-hoctin s, j.tnl i ;t:: sI. J") EADY : i VDE (. IA) I liLt-.Jut received Platform -;, Iue and ;

.- IT Sprowl rides b.-yond tin- limit! dii., do. blcichfd do do.Lowrll .I.V Irosu Ni- York, a large: ant general assortment '.l'iIIVzirt' af all d- ..t: rtiail.UsJ .

of the Territory of Florida-It i> therefujOi :MtUichcvtcT i andothrr cotton o nabii'-gss, X < ON >ICXMKXT.: -17 IK.I.-.S! I lt't'yC ( ot" Ri\id 3lade[: ('lot Ijii. ), t iieruI artiitettt (fLrdw.tre.
_../ loiOsnaUnr( ) ; : '. .s, suit iblfor! negro weiv.! rT'I A MILTON! Th.are toaiiyordcr.t'r .
made for three S al-u to
dered, that publication be months I Heavy Lowell and) Stark: :Mills Drilling, prp hh1 ,
For sale low for c.isii! bvFLFAVFLLKX ''
notifying the defendant, Crawlord Sprawl, to appear TvtJI lllMl I aiui cotton hos'ry, jirJ-2: -17 Water >tivet.xL'NKS. (rtnt or Ira C'rie' i' 'r11

at Court be held in Apalaehicola} tin combs 1 : &. BUTT, Copper: or !itet Irnnwt.r.r anll
a to on Gloves, hair-brushes-fancy baskets, and Hair
'' r Iron Leatlicr Uootinsr
j jtttl No ColumU.s! lil'.ck .Round, on re''imi ,; ter'e-
firut Monday in December next, to shew eausejany ; Doxes, Cologne, toys etc. etc.ri htad also a Ic
fi ,iU low ;
Tunks, r > ; bvJJ o n i r" v00 \
there be, why the divorce as prayed for ir :i\ncc braid, brilliant and ntln-r !BonneU, "1 LOTH ING.-A p'neral[ Jissurtmont of N M&LERto Water st. in. 1 ,! in small

the Bill, should not be cranted. Kus>ia, Rabbit-silk and! (ttlu-r Hats, (J Madj Clothini;, just icceived ;md for sale a :: .* tlllaljty ,()

SAM'L W. CARMACK, An assortment of Boots and .' hoes: 'decl the Morn of I B 1ILLISON & CO., E"EADY MVDE 1 CLUTHIXO.A large and k'vs'" li'A' ; B DSON,

Judge of the Apalaehicola District. jan 1 5 oVater street. j i fiieral a-sci tmei.t, /or sale bvj.n"j i water street.

Apalachicola, June 2, Is 13. j je 11 3rn500 C AUINET rCUNITUHK.-Made to order, ; S DILL & C'a9 Water st. .nlICKi.
rcpniiM, varnished, old sofas ujmoUtcred, I I) I 1C 1C-A few tir-rcrs fur bale at Charleston in .. Primir landinn: from alt

rr .' '-, :; bushels Petit Gulf Coteived Loclcing Glaus .rilalcs fitted to frah.fs byPETER \ voice prices, to close consi uncut, bFARRIOR \ (1)FiE.i.---ltj'') sadt Cuba Ct-flt-n, now crop. 1 ( larb Lr a1& tyrtn

_) tots t : for \-tlz bv fc Co.11 _,_ ) [Ferule by T 1 L MITVHEL, .1 LXceljer' st.a 1% atur 'I.
j ')AY t COVatcr :' 1J: Wat :r -,t. Water strct.L 1arL.' i 'Vt *cr sL :


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"L iy.,pr|>oOl... .. '. Jal ~ l g A k T f
HaiC ;AiM r^^i -8-
Hia Ve, ......... L si Otleans,.,. 27.
Ha-vana........*.. l^J s^on, .... "" S:
EXC]--MGE. -
Checks at sight on N York.... par. ""
S "" Atgtuta, ...... par.:
S -- ( o r eo n '
\'li a r l'es t ," .
Bi [s on Ne it o,-I ... 30 da s .., r c ".B '
... .-'-"- : "-:.. .... 60 daycs-.+ -.

OA& 6l1other NortIher, ..
S._- FRErCt-T, SIl.i". :"
To Live.rpool...... ....... ,. 5-(,.al- -"l.--
:, .' N_: Y,,ork, ....,,1.... .\^Q:.:'^ I,, -
"1 o. on; .... .... .... ....,..:.3-4c *
D.uriing the,-pat wh"he.,,eather .,imb11iv
favorable for..operf.4tia but .up .-Fdday the mar-
ket \va% quit. Oil Friday tllelte^ W-'S. i
tannia arrived, after whiA-h tit:'a.att more
Ylif&., But little was done,'-h.....r ;i"ii"a"',r
'da .when several .pkcets-changed fi,-W .f
i,|iro<,_ment of I *a c,.l bir 1b, *I~eWO ,
.. ,- . I ."' .... '. -", rF"1 9.
Oenera y; held 1 to A(. beov i e, .....' ..
wious to.the news, in the!enfndeffk-em, aiQH /
that bui.erswill submit Ad t:,;hit iran on, -
.. ; ... r :t-41 ; A
""," ''. ^ ..t',.. I. .. ,.2).Li
,* '1 1e S l *' .p~ +- .; l r ^ .. '' ., d L,+,- -;,
.Le sales, o-.(t4 -wek, atnut 0tQt*k-y,.,891S7
ba-les IHlows 4- -6A -es It. 1 "_'5?2 4 S V
4 1 :,t 811A-l-,5 at S 4 0 _* !a .a ^'I at
81, 16.1 at, 8.,;.l; a 4t 2, M.9^, ,
at9 ; 73.9, centc per w bu.. ..r ". ; ,r ':,
c:, G-oclavEs--Th'ere has bovAdrihgB04iie-i041 t
two W tks. serer.l arrivals Wf--^ +---s.
T-.hre market is well stocbdtd p'r'64, #e.M
,y h.,w, ,barely pavn ing. gosta. td chiarges.5 *t
which was scarceeis now ltorttiul,tabwii,; 0ooo
saclks,ha%,inggbeen received ,th'nT'teh-ats. it?
e's, :>-.:;;'COTTbN-S.T.A,1L'^4rEN rn..c_
Stock on band..'2 ..... ........ ll". : !,.-*s
R'?cei\ved since our last,.... ..f.,Jl:- ^ ---,
+' previously, .|, .......0 1.905
t_ .7 ;. ,_--67,229 bales,
Exported- since- our Iast,.... .3..597 .----:- ;.
previously,. ,...0.1 j;agH .
Stockk on hand not teairf-d< :,.:..27,211 "
LI\VE PoC,, Ja,,._ 4.--Tlie C ',ie."t-rla-ehoI
newy year open ebd in- a 'mnost spliurrit-nW jpr. .ale I
to a very N rgp. extent have e'" pcee-rti'-Fr-
day last, and there is a lm'll;f.l 'advance of fl, itr
per. Ib. in.the quotations. "Tle,!eakdt-oltjbtwf.,
presnt;,- a firm and hedithy Epearannte;' jSrfcufa."
tM f,,,r,c-llae with confide'nei. and .he trade freelv
.iJ-'n in ie denidnl. The irfusactiwQns, orhfi sAR4
tll. r,.i.-.ding ilhr'e days amnfiitpd t.toa 6(00'bafcs ,
,,f w h icfh 1 2110V A%,.r, t ll-..-f w ; L. t/ l" T o-day
6",). i,t St-:1: 120)lPerlmnm 6d tid ql ,'-. A-T*rA'alin
5" 1-,, 1 :;t:25,. ,,-t. d.,tp d -at- i h ,-- "
dl-r (,'t,-ln vl ame,.ic~ii. J..,tMbd,:,, .WWS- e Ultiray
-[+,.'. n^i. i,,;j~ftIrr 0:4p ,A
f.,,, .i : .o 61 ;.N. Orbins i,'t:'r "T 4 7n 42.
i,,,,r 4; ; middlin'g5]-:l fr/t.l : .: id f 6iif g "od
^".: iv.,y ,.-hoic in ,, m .-,k -; ; M .obiL,.- inre r'o 4
.rmiddling ,51 ;air 5, ;.. gtaqd oi.r 5 od at p :..
prime G;1Se; $ea 11a nd,'.sI'd { sw ffinn' 4 a-
Ii ly '2 1, 1! 1 2 fi ri.--a-- I .AP "s .
mfpi o,:,r .-a H1 m iddling-' r"1- .ai itc ah,' n 'n -/
hire 12 a 13. -oo. d clean 'aid :a fi? file3p 15
ine and clean 15 a-24. ; t /J -' !/
E'zf rTD STOCKS, DEC. A, 8A2/ 184 .
A II r,,: tll . .;+ ,:. <. .* .: %. ; -.. .. it_ 'e i^ .- W W \" }
Srn i. .. .. ;' .V -1.;..^ .;.'.'..... 5! 'I.O .,'Tfit=
Egyptian.... .... ........ ". "- 207t1 2^ f ,
W 4Adia. ..c, .......... -9 .... -" .0f. 9
la jn b ,. .een it and th e. u...-. ,, .l,, ,(5,0" 108300
ToV .at, arl --Ou. ..r ,o5o6ae 6,h" .

AeTi-,na'tmfeitionaVe-r.pjn f'om I h.3e- jhra-t'ueco ."
c,4li' eisbof-]t _e, n140spe. lfal in'r. "
"cotton Ii cilar. re'markinfuin tie funive -ski," ii
is the krxtr-nt r't' tile cX011W.grop which. uiuie~r tht
present ivorablnd e -apparajph of trade;- must-be tbf
pivot uptoln Wbtc'1he'6ai'r4 '-i-440-, tim. R is fllr
erpciter or 10fiq deffe ohrtrh ..i.iakwill be'fo ,

<' DOMESTIC 4A#^".' ,
+ E W' -1""- ';m 0#"';lqt 2:+Jr'": e.t
C -R LEA1NS, Janl. 27,-4QT QffOae-
Cpt p rpen are tow,4-n ), vb,400,0blp I f ie WBk
<. lie .nles wVere repti-ted'at'"V5AMlo baJes; Thursday
2000,_ and .esli'd ; 10, qbg4. dler 60 bolwes.-I .. ,
Piicart e withriuifp.hange-the two first ffays int
Fivor'of buy-ers, bu -t-he aadVit-tofra large advance
eceiuod ly vesterday's qiaill-qw.!N ,--o ,tde
Dur factors firr an' ohd` quojtlon$,: rleltiai6de --
same. .Ve quote'- i i T ;,-
LivERroor- C ..ASSFICATIONS.T--t'Oitiasla
,i>-s i: pL-'-*I fe~ri'oi',7 a' ",,.i^^dcnIm;+,8j^4;. '
riddlingg fair. N Sa 9A 'Eair;T 10 a 964;'g -. i
a 11; g>o'd'ani('Fii t inf 2l 13" a: "- .*.S ^ Y
Srock on-har-d 26th ink...-:.:.-.. I8,8- +
Received 27ith inWit'...,'.. .'.".:i,. 7,01^ '
:, ..-' j ,, .,,: 1.1 8^ 8.i3 ba 1.-
N ported .16fth inust...... ,;.;+,...., 7452 .
' ,__. ..j *i A-, I "
toek-onian,| 26th -inst........ ...I?, ^ ..
MOBILE, JaH.-*23-_3aTvWT-be contiD.d -
ibs~e~ge'trnews by tl^ ]!iisflj?('5/1 *ilie.o't|afr.
unfa6-or'ble state ."f ih,?..eaLher. and prcPr y ;
theirr cases, hav had tfe efrect t'c rtta ope-" !
rations Io-dav. The mark-"er \ecin',tr
lat, am ii isquestionable ,it t'e"kAhi WfA ...h-btt.^
im maton un til h o ld ers g ene rp aly I ,V w tr p r-
ensioi)s, so as to meet more .,pear. views of' "
>uy erp ..... '
CBHA RLESTON,,'Jarn. ."? -C- ":-T,,r,
eiit, of the _w el arnowiftt &.'-_-bi1^ t!
Explyted in sarne time l.,-4,0.1'3&aWTIV' WJ d
- -s- 'ptl:,i stock of -.1-3,13 ,+les,..a .t i 'y
3.,-.' on sliipboard not clear ix;"'iPe market for
Uphlnds, according to our'ts ^'ely.. '^KtT,
closed dpl1 and heavy and itb a ;dpal. 4tjftj
ericy., !.it opened on S.t'u'day eqB. he ,hQ
,o.arcelvanv di position t. i-."ihoY s J...i-A qlgsi,
[buyerp t'oopterate,.:-,,onblv~ai ba, !]aKge^,

Mr. Levy, our indefatigable Delegate, has coxn-
inpnt.ed his-official.-daties in-good -earliest. H-e.
has already preI-erted for the consideration..o
Congress, mndependert of sundry petitions of a!:
public and private nature. the following reA.blu-.
tioTi-as passed by outr Legisative-Council: -
The re,,lAitinus of the Legislative Council, of
Florida, on the -ubject of an appropriation for
wirdenig and ..- epen i lig the straight ltha-Iie-in .the.
Bay ot A' alp,:hicaola ;-For hlie remo\Ial ofoh-?trUC-
"tio,,is t6 tile trav.gfttion of tli-e Suwannee river :-
On thel sil jef.t-' an appropriation for the erection
ot- a Maine Hl--pital at Apalachicolq,-.all-of which
were reiern'ed to Ihe Com ittee on Commerrce.
The res-.,tutonnbf fhe Legislative Council cf Flo-
rda on the subIec f of the boundary hlin bftwvee.1,
Ge(:,orgi-a aud Elhri,'.i ;-OC an increase of tihe nunm-
her .onu'.InIe-Ixof.!isid Comucil :-Cln the mbdifica-1
tiin of Hi,- law respecting the sitting of said coun-'
cil, and akinn: toi an increase of compensation of
ifs officers;-- 'n the re-location of valieJet.s six-,
.iLjejtlilseetion;, or school hinds, in said Terti-LOrv ;
---n the., law gving pre-emptt,-n rights to settleirs
whko have 1,,een ,c,,-pelhed.t'l,1 abandon .said lmidz.
and l111iprov,, mem.", hy d,:erees of lhe 15ntted 'Slates
Courts,- 1Tm'-tfavdr:'of sunmmary claimanus of large
tracts, all of whi6hwvere referred ro lthe committee
on Territoriesg., *r. ; '. '
TOe resolutioas8-of tht i ',-eiiIl., p-raying for an
appr1-priatibn- for- the coilsiraction <:ri" a -road from
Tallahw..,ce to lola, and.f, or. I-lie. establishment of
apo.t-offie at Fort t,,g ;:tid di Blotintsrom", F 'la.,
were referred to tliv committees on -Post 1-oad&
and Post Officep,.. .. : '
Ow'.the 5th ult., Mr., Levy. desired that the rules
be- suspeii4ea-so-a$,tp allow' im to Ire- snt sc.vera]
resolution ( "o.fe "f" them being fresoluti s-s of,
inquiry,) in order that the prceedi ii.-- to be found-
ed thereon, might be brought forward at an early
dayor.t(lheseion.: .No. objecti. be ing made ihe
foll,:,winz r-so<-,huio were rTen read'- < '
SR esol-ved,. Tl;liat. t-~e Pre-ideit *-fi Ihe;'U5iited
States be reu|ies:hted -ts+Qr..the House under '
what arraii''enents ihe flni, rnis at p'e-,1n1 in '11o1i-,
da-r4'n ,.,in t-here ; o hcther aZ1114, and wd ,ri. -step, are
in progress f.:';or -their r,?riiovN l "f ind,. r 1.he -treat of
Payne-s %'% ,ing: +\\hetlier any trading-hitises
have' been -iotldi,hlih('d, or are c'o, le-iii|"lkated to be
established it,:,r th,:'ir u.,e ; 'whether ony c0IIr.)m ,p .Mna-
tion is paid to any onee as Irndidn. agent or commis-
-iuii,: r i ?I ,IrMd -t;whi her an yOTrniiior preen i.,.
have been alklo\ ed to,: any f" he ln.,ians now: 'n
.Florida ;:and what part of, the public domain;,in
Florida has been surrendered -to the exclusive oc-
cup~tion-of sa-id Indians, the area-aid boundaries
thereof; and Whither-r aid-ocCufIation -is uncondi-
tional,-, or from defitlite period:, aftd up,, .sipj, ittd
term s. .. .. ;"" ,\
Re..->l,'<;.i, Tit he Secretary of S-tte oaise to
b,) c,,llectpd-and f,.,nr n hed .to this-Holisec-all the
ir.ltorniliton wliich cal lhe pIoefuied -by his depart-
mentj'eeiecting the'cultivation and disease;s of the
orange, and such other tropial frits0 as are adapted
to the, chinate and soil rf the peninsula of Florida.
Resolved That the Commiismn,,r rofthe Gener-
al Land Ofmce he required to, repoIt -to this I-ouse
what cancellations of perit-, is-ued uder the act
for the o,-ction oif the Florda perninstal, have'
been ord, I-,y him, the dtt-s and ottier p1articu-
lars of said pf,,rmits and (lie grounds upon w!3ich
the, werec cn,;lled. :" "
e e.-oled hfonlier. That lite (_ omrnt.l,-,-nr olthp
~aP ,--Latnil .,Ofiicp be r-iqu -ried to, rtpcrt to th-i
Tntisf! %, rcrt 4,01^v-^^ ^ ^, j
have been m ..le, an! (tlie d,it.-s 1,10 hln 1 I"h :* "ai
offcers r.f tII. approl-riate diet'ct.-were.-eof]ieialk\
informed of said'reservations."; r .- ,
Re.elved, Thi t1the :.cot- it, A','ii In )ilt,;iv.Af-
fairs be directed t@ inquire, into. the. expedineny iof
an immediate, o.eecupjtionVof Key. West and tfli
Dry Tortugas: -military and naval stations,; aud to
report by, bitt co othe 'w i ,. .
Pi h';,-old, T haU, the Cmmittee of Claims be
directed to e-h in e into th,- propriey- of providing
f,,r the in,-cL mitint.'oE'the owb-Iesrs .,fp f I vate'propetty
destroyed at Micintopy, lI'lorida, in 18364 by order -
of the officer then in command at that post, to pre-
vent it from failing, into possession 'of the enemy.
I, K,- ed-,V,-I. Tha t fhfiqomnittee on.Navul AMraiii-;
-bedirected to iiiiuirf' "o the expediency ,o'.-e-
porting a bhill. l-n.AIng .the3-necessary provis.11.n z Tor
placing the naval stati-on at Peniswvae'.l in a cohndi'i,.-n
to be us'fal as a Nav Y~rd on the. Atlalic oast.
Resolved. That the, (.ormitee' or the P,,t
Office and Po.,st omdzbe directed to:) inquire into
ttke expediency of r1,11t[ini A ,ill ,rvin4 i such
mail facilities as may be necp?.a" -aii t pr,_oper ifor
the accommodation ofthe settler.-'ponn hlee pi.,nin-
sula of Fl.,i Ila ... ; / ,. "
OrPoirt,-, .'Posr OFFICE EST`AfLISHME-qT.-AX
Company'has been formed in .New York, wit'h the
:object of es*t,,1.,hlihing~line. fior the+ tran~lni.-i,:n of.
lettersatf''a cheap rates .of poaag,_ tnrou~gh,_,tt, t all
parts "of the Union. ..It is ipr,'.fo- d .that the highest
rate for single letter'^ not \\'eihi,,io, more than half
Stan ounce, 'shall be C1 cents tO" 'bany part"of' th,:
ceountry while envelopes wi'l1 be sold atfa loer
i rate'twenty or. -inore for. a- doJhla r..**-*-The persons
erligaged in dhd's.interp:,'feo con~en~d :-dal .the la~w-
. of Congress prohibiting-pr.vate-MSails are uncon-
:stitutionai,'-nd,.t~h-e), are. anrxkm~ts.;i- have them
'tested on thi? |I,.,int as st:,er.,li, .as Dpssibje ; '" :"t

r (} -T h e S .yanna h:IR ep tlqbll an say ...-v X. have
seen a letter to a crmmercial h,-us,? in this eit,
+dat~ed-New Yfk Jan. 23d, which says, the:-effect
obf the Britannia's cotton aLcotunf ii, thi~it mai-kef,
will be to chr-ck] dth recent dov,'nward l'I,-enc\.. i
The letter fun her- diatdes, ltlai the saleso 011 tat day

up 'to3 o v'clcl, Iad.,been 2,000 bales, at full prie's ;
of a week s _ince_ .-tablishiig aqre-overy of 1-4 to |
3-8-of a cent.:- Upland fa ;was .quoted at', 104 :,
Alabama and. Orleans,101, strt ,la$ ifieation.
A.BANMS-.& Co's EXESusk. -Thiient.e rprizin- firm
says the" New York Herald, have extended-ttheir 2
*ine to 'liar'lt-!Ton, S C C.; ;r
:, .... + '. -, : I;. ; *
A new daily paper, called *'The Republic,' r
'advocating the doctrines of free trai]e,.and editd is
,by Duff Green, has-been issued, i Nw Yrjrl- .' |

. -1t?> At..a,r aeetng.ofti"C'I_,ITMB.S iRE. a
COMPANY N6.:', ,tlihe:fblIowmg re- .
were adopted.--CoIII,{',{lumbus Enquirer. / -r
.,'.ved. lt'. itTha't the Company for th(nsehves ;
and in behalf of their fellowciftizens, rypectfully ;
tender.their a,.lnowledgein' nis for flie h,'nd aid in
procurnig a, Fire EnTie.- lla~~rtis1"0^nl
been gratuitously. exteided to themn. fV4rollows:- i
To Messr's. Buqc'k`A- Co III(' 'NwY ,for their '
-services in ordering" -iiperiri enid{ngthe building ,
and forwarding said Engirne, anii 1(-,poting a tri- 1a
angular Bell for thte use op Fald Coiqpany, and for .
forwarding th6esarne froi'N'-.v,, yor .+ .1'2N -I Vc
To Me ,nsrs Harbhiuri &- Co, airIdP o:;t & Phillips, t.r
and the owners-otf the liip Fi ridiat- and brig t
Mary, for~transporiiing.the a ne fre ,",:.[' charge for s
freight, from New York to Apa cbhicola; t
To Messrs D. B.+Woad:& -_ 0,'r tli'ir services :
in Tecei\ ingi the same and for 6rdbng to Also, to COapt. Van Veiht6, 'and the' owners of I
-the steamer Gen'l. llarrison,'fuor htiriiing the same ,j
from Apalachicola to this b pa(e%-wwithIout charge ,
Tor freight. ... .. .. .. -, ,-:"+
tesolvyed, 2d, That th'e Secretary lie" and is ,.
hereby directed to Co111iicate ,t-li,above.vwte 't
.of thanks, to-the. respecti-" parties' and -To caise '
:the same t6 be published;,, h1e,". J,-,inrl,.;. of htIs ,.'ity: C
...... LR' T. BIK1CE, Secretary,' +s
Columrbt,;:Ji-n 20th 1844 I. c


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GRAND CONCERT.-It will be seen by adver-
.tisenlent in another column, that the HERREN
U -WoLvR-'.-gtve a Concert- this- evening, -at tlie
: Council h.bartnef. Theg 'eat fatiae for talent and
skill, bbiin Voea and insfr'limental music,
~-ft. pPecedaed 'these. idaivida~-, will no
.o^ep^'rethem .a. crowdeda'audience. --We an-
: bi-vi]p :ttreat ie listeniuigtal heir porfkmances,
vhieh.'we"eidom efjoy' there, anti would advisee
.. tovers of mu-sic to attend.
'. ,: ,,v rl '
.. "i" ,\':,r old friend LEWus-as will he seen by
advertiseraenti in to-day's paper--has 'taken the
titablishmernt formerly kno0h aslhe:, Merchants
and Exchange,',' where',.ha proposes to
se ve Iisf!'iends .at)d theTpublic in the good old
stte. prom his, long experience ih catering, we
-know he will'n 'ail' to please all who call on
; him, .I je is one dfoiUr oldest'citizen's-has stuck
to" Apalachiedia "' tlwougdi good and through evil
-reporti -0-as ,e ir the-l~ng 1.urid, summer
'" mo0ths, as in the brisk, locomotive,'-s:eatson of the.
.-w inter., "and we say to al.1, let';'SETH' be re-
:nemnbered. Richard's himself again.'" !: -
HART, with -,.6,: company of 4' ?'has.eom-e: to'towi;i, We e-miyex-pect the house
to" open inmthe course of the present, week. ,
-.* i;U i :-+v;-.', ',*. *'; ., ,* '* "' ',
i;, .4CHALs H. AusTiN,-Esq., has been appoiIt-
ci-- d .Agefit'or, the Apalachitola" Land Compan"y,
eif this (ity. j!ee advertisement. ; ..

8^ l^e call attention to, the asonic' I'o ice
if. e.rther colutii', requestiag. a meeting of the
men;%,s -4; 4-Franklii Lodge,' at the -Hall oi
W'ed sdray evening 'next. : "

*THE CHAMPIoN. -This 'new- and -bhandsoi-mz
.ier 'as. recently arrived here) and "4|;!e
engaged in the river trade between this and 'CO-
lAwkus. '-The "Champion has splendid accom-.
modatibns for' 'passengers,* and is commanded by.
.apt: C.AMWALb.LD ANuff'S.d.' + d..
'** ., ,- 'd i l -'" :^* ,. "+ Ki'i-f:' +"- : ,' i
;,*,'! ,n POLITICAL ASPECT, : ] "
-'.,dbnit like to peak, arrd-seldoml (oso5,Qf
arty politics, because there' is mpre,'o _finA fail't
wih -than we see to approve; and as thecharac-
ter of f fault finder" is not over, excellent or
,enviable. we 'generally prefer that others Should-
p ,int out 'fects', and .!eaVe 6to is th pp-r-ni1-
ty,.orbestowing, af.-,4 an a little praise, on the
,Public men-of the day. 'This-,: however;, we must
-not flat4er, individually, "th6se whoseemi.inence}
bou.uld certainly preclude the thought Lof its being
acceptable.-,',- : -/ "* -* (. ,. :i
'f1Tte politicians'of. our dy are so mii ghviv,
to marchingg and', counter-marcl~ing, in rankand
file, 'to perfect their discipline and tactics"; ,;
often change front'and assume new and ,, uhd-
f" ,net positiots," that w{e,'Jave felt very. little in-
clina.eion to fellow any, withl the hope-oflearning
c o n s is te n c y '; : .' ": +- *; ,, .
'So ficld4e and:eirrtic 'has: been 'the course of
Soip+ of tiCse." sina~ie inf,;tlie( political wqrld,.
th-at our National, Barque. has;;reminded ,6ne.: f
te ik empe60t-tost mariner, without compasi, of-
qvaad.fant, sailing in an,,un'knoWn sea,' witliout the',
light of the sun, 6r' -a'nfixed stars,, t6 afford light
or direction to his bewildered mind,-tillwxhausted
byrtn~e m~any, fruitless attempts to. prosecute !ns
voy:age, abandons his craft to the natui'a[ ceirrntn,
krto .Ipc.h khe .is exposed, trusting to destiny,,ra~ther.
than continued effort, for preservation. -, i :!i ..
*. For liany."years past our Nationa Leglslat re
has" reminded us of men playing .at some deep
_gff.e. of Skillor perhaps ,of .chance,. for- an ,ex-
paited dazzling, prize,-.whieh: sO affected -the
senses as to turn them from'the .obj~ct :those had
in view who sent them to. the, federal City, and Ihem forget their high c'aliing." .. ,:,
The" tampered with an in vesied:.power;,i!a-
b~ri~f. Offiil term, as if moreidisposed to b'e'ak
down ithan bufld 'up ;a11 the ;r~emaining landmar'ks;
(^.w',dom in legislation, Wlhich distinguished theI
tiatr^ots and indicated the singleness of' purpose,
that guided our legislators iathe eardy~days of the:
Republic: .By- nio means 'd. we unider.valuie Ithe
present, by drawing in our picture a contrast" witl

ttosedays, so' brilliant in our National History.:
No, we are'proud- justly pyrohud--of- what re-l
main of that: ..e love of country, that high-
Souled patriotism-;whieh then was shown forth,
exhibiting a ligB& 't,"' in 'a'll 'its pleidoi;--to :e
world, which animated the hearts of the oppressed.
in ever land, and ftauht despots arid kings'to
knonw. there was a power greater. thana the;.throne.
Again,' We say-and nothing- affords" .us g-eatfer
pleasH- than to beiar testimony in behalf of
^Wortliand exevleiee-we do believe that no ha-

,tion ove exhibite4 ,mbre,,really great; noble and
talentedd statesmen, than our country does .at.the'
present time. And. if there has been-, a period'
when some of this number, under a. temporary
influence of the spirit* of the times, have wati-
4tered froma the path marked out by the forecast4
,aA4 wjidom of the fathers; of. the Republicm, we-,-
Jitl'with greater-joy their return. It. excites equalT
pr'ide!!iat ou' country is again so -free from party
spint4_trat a senvezof public duty'-has, in'the
e~ii;triumphed overi ambitionn, and '.severed t. e
cii..f party which, ebeeked( the. ardor of. patri-
,otir"by restraining "within unnatutrailbunds-
Ft~atk b nature aif ideiation, was pure,'
,poble arj3 indiependent,-4he spir-.of freemen
,h oh wer truly great, .,Und, we fnst and pray,
' ,tlkhose\, of whom we now speak, are destined
td, sill. enduring fain.e and a greater career of
M si-ift ti e "th service ofr-their zountry.. : "'." c'


'..The present is, by some, called the age of .ge-
nius; a. period.of great intellectual development:
that eminenf'tmin~ds :ari-e 'towering higher and
higer in all that constitutes moral excellence;
..1liat it is a tilne of essentially great and durable
improvement in the social relati,.,nof life; that
society is becnmiing purified of all that is degrad-
_iig, and elevated to a higher state of enjoymnert.
They consider it not the age of general
peace among nations, but e-laim-for it the nobler-
peace of virtue. Now, is this really so, or i-ithe
whole ideal-an imatgination of -the rir, nd? Is
the prog-ess; of virtue unopposed by ice--,*,, lias
error ceqsed to war against the advance of truth.?
The ancients had their, ideals of Vhine,. Law,
Faith, Beauty and Modesty. The highest virtue
of a Roman citizen consisted 'in personal bravery,
in defence of the Comnionwealth. B.ut this. vir-
tue, with all the bright genius and cult vated in-
tellect orf tat a'ge. could not sobe: a ',nity era-
.. + '^ '. ":- .:"- ^ /< .i: :''. ":., .. .. '^ '*".
pire frQin decay and dissolution. ;.,,! .. v:

Nations,. as: wB as individualsl, have -th'eir
periods of exi.4tencet, and pas aiwvay. A nd shall
this nation. now so bright with hope methe future,
also pass away ? P. : "
It may, be, wetl.ocpasio nally to, think of l-lis,
atod'illquir,, :wh-et'ter-;there is not as -mnjfch :reasor
S:.t6 suppose the day may coie, when -this mighty,
.Republic shall.- ike CarthageGre66e: and Ro,-,'I,
crumble to pieCe:,'as {h th we, mnow ma-rk -ut-
. for her a career, surpassing in wisdom, anffore
, elevated destiny, tlIan those wlniich preceded-lier.
: in adllfoirner Republics lhe work of, decaj be-'
gan, iba.fe body..politic. The elements which
brought these,. nations tf-t hleir noble grandeur,
were,-wan ting in at w- could impart, either
dUtrabiLity.or perfection. nd dhistorv infos13 us
that-the. most mighty among them fell--rot froal
the attacks of a superior foe,:but causes existing
within thremselves-cquses lon- operating to pro'
!duce, first, decay, thlen'death. Arid.,ay, not thle
ge ae be implatited in this land, now so favored
with jight and knowledge, ith'just'"ard equIl
laws giving protecti i and on't entment to aii:?7
May it not be h(:'re,,als,., ready to 1?0giathe. work,
desrtruction ? .+The inspiration o -oh which
i impels us oniwa-d, cheers our hearts to hsoa above
these mists, and cause: th il'c louds, of despofndenc%,S
whic-I su, inquiies produce inthi mind, to diso-
appear and leake: us; still admiring-still enrap-
tured Vfith that sunniy brigh..tness'wvith which the
blessings of freedom arid the virtuesocf hcristi-`
anitV have surrounded us& _._---- -
_.---- BANK.,OF FLORIDA.. -.. + -
."The mainager.of.this.inistitutio.n ifrmbils S s thai
: a branch" Will be organised' in thi city during'
the present month.' The specie has arrived by
one of our New York packets, ,as. a: preparatory
ste to commencing business.
We: e know bardc..,are, ecessary:..andt useful in
facilitating thtb operations of the merchant-, and
'' when confined;, too strictly3legitimate principles,
they produce nothing injurious to the public,
i welfare. But .,,,,hen they -depart from this, t-h-
.resultiug. evils',"are ,most intolerable. No com-
muniity can-better understand and appreciate t hle
force. and truth of this remark than Ithe citizens
,of Apalachicola. But those'whichhave so dread6
:fully effected the country have passed away, and
we will not be so u nk i nd as to revive the recol-
lee[ion of this departed foe to our prosperity.
The' Bank, >of7.whieh;w~e. ;now speak, was the,
first charter granted in Florida ; and that it has-
survived all stbseqtent elartersis c'redifable i6;
h0se-,,ho c~ontr0llei Lit 5 yet we think its pres-
'!vation maginly' depended !dfn being ,!id tup iri'+
ordinaryy .during the.period .of. inrfati,,n. !ts.pre-'
:sent owners, amongg whom is Mr. Kenne-dy of,N,L,
.York, a gentleman Weit; knfwni: to tlm e omtner-
cial community,,) are. men ,of Wealth, .and:: can fu r-
nrish any necessary, amountqf capital. Thievcan;,
'if disposed, nak~e- it-a source o{ ir eas~onable +paofit
}to+'themselves, and. very -useful to the people of
i~lorida," ana'w~e dltubf not tliat such is their -in-
.tention.' B3U.t 'after, suchi w~rfek of fortune as our;
;Banks ,h aye prowdtuced, time whi be reqluisite, as,
iwell-as, the exercise of patience, to obtain, ,that.
circulation :f her .issues which is recessary-to a!
fajji~r profit, {rid-catn only .e acquiredd b'y .a r~estbr~a-,;
tion-of confid]ence: i,' :. : ; -, ;^.^. n
'** Th'is is:the: only moni~ed7 institution belon.ina;

to F lorida, -and we ,must naturally feel a pjidein
hier stcee~ss.'.' .1 '-
,For many yar"s.:we h].avedepended entirely on
:the Georgia .-Banks, ,hichhave established-agern-
cies' in: this cit",.for banking facilities. '.They
ti4ave been we.l, c.oiedi dted and,_ v6e,%srviceabl,
and by means +do.,we wish ith em.Wlthdrawn,.
;while confined to their legitimate business. But'
should they depart 1r-m tins course and tinder-
: take to contr!4 tTIe opratio s properly beinging.
to the ,mechant, we should say remove them and
save, us-fromariother train of disasters. -
, Tlat the same restless spirit pe"vad`s the, pub-
lie mind, to agreatdfeee which inroduced the
speculations, -o, ruin us to all interests,
be very-; little; doubt. sCieeks.+of the strongest"
.possible character sould be imposed bn ailt m0-
: riwd institutions. e,,' atl. corporations, ac d.
- though they ma' be coniposed 4v.,,'ery. honest i,.- aetig ,in hthisg c'paeity seeem,'4t0
lose their individuuii;, .and thr' off that re'-
straint :and r~spqqnibility, which, in privatee trans'-,
actions in their business, relations, is- so.essential
and always regardedn as obligatory,
.The ev'drSrar~ :Waiirright. and P1.-tts, of
New York, are enggedaid-d q4tite- newspapel con-
trpversy--7the- one;for,- -aad-he'- other against, tiie-
high pveteQi-ioris df Prelacy.' We are very Will:ng
to see the co ntroversy go'. between these dsg.
tinguished divines, b;Lt -have not the least idea,(if
calling the thuiders of-the.Church down.,upon us,
by saying that 'We think. Dr. Potts, has the right
side of the- question, 'or that he writes most like 'a
\ C bh ri s t's a n ( :- . : '

A Bill has been introduced by the Hon. Silas
Wright, of New York, in the United States Senate.,
to establish the Ware-Housing System in all our
ports where Custom-Houses aree located, requiring
sach facilities for Commerce.
The sitbject was brought before the last Con-'
gres., but a want of time to mature a plan for so
treat, and important a chafigo in regulating the
collection of duties on imports, occasioned its
.postponement to the present" Congress. This
mnw i-ure has been quite too- long deferred. --No
Conr.mercial"Nation sh6uld.. be without such a
system,- and o long ns we are- left-without,'just
so long will England derive essential benefits by
our procrastination. The regulations of her coin-
meree have for centuries attracted the. attention
of the most eminent English Statesmen ; and the
l-,igl talent and skill which have been so apparent
in all ,the ramifications of this branch 1'her legis-"
laition, have contributed more than all else to per-
fect that- system w.hch, sstains '.er trade, pro-
tects, her. marAMfac,twres and ex t"ds hel;cim
moorceeover -the. world, :anaJ led. to that national
superiority which excites the envy of-her-rivals,
,as it'arouses a hiudable ambition, among her: -wi
subjects. This system creates a general depot
for prod.qcts and -the-merchandise of all parts .of
the-'world, Where:they can awfait a market without
Sthet burthei;tofspayinz duties onTimports, rionths
and perhaps \years, be -r.they are rquired fo4
sale and consumption.
A scheme li4e that the Bitltbefore
us, %will enable our merchants in; the 1arger-cities
to keep l)on assortment for t-fie supply Of
:f,-',rL-;n markets;, wiich is -es'sential, but which
could not be done without its establishment. If
the present Cpoagress wish to-, give the people
sornething-in legislation that s6al-ibe substantial
and satisfactory-'a measure which shall tacqijire
for mdern statesmen an immortanitv of fame-let
.them pass this Bill, then. revise ariat modify the
Tarit; make it equal and. just, and at the same
time produde-a revenue that Will rneet the wants
of G ov'erh nent.- :' *, .... ^ i : NEW, STATES.A, proposition is' before the
Legislature of Tennessee "to create a new State
by a division of that and'a portion of an adjoining
State, wh ct, we thnk, cannot meet with a very
favorable:reception. -. ,New States havemuiltiplied
quite rapidly enough, by the. admission of Terri-
Stories organised beyond the limits of State sove-
ireigntie-s--The'" goodd old thirteen" having
doubled, -we should be'cmotent with receiving
:such additions to-..thconstellation as may be
; found beyond, and without diTtiri-Tho Statff biA,-
Should Congress once aamnt -a h ew State,
'formed out of any e listingg State, divisions and
; sub-divisions wvill be :;ndtess, ;ard full 'of evil.
The desire of retaining the balance of power be-
|tween different sections, will disturb .!hat harmo-
ny which is,; so essential Win the:- Union. The
: opening of-new, avenues for., ambition would also,
ibe a foi:rmidable .objertikon. --.On. thbe-whole, w6'
consider such proposition Whollly inadmissible'-,
; '-- .. .. , ^
COAST" OF FLORIDA.-1-In the United Sf96t9-
Senate, Mr. King, of Ala., has called the attention
of Congress to,.the defenceless; condition of the
cosrat o9f Flor-ida, stating that, the whole was des-
ititute of 1,rti6 Ainns. and that it. was necessary
that fortifications should be ,established- on some-e
:of'the"Keys along thecoast.-' Aiso, that it was
very desirable' that there' should be c6muriica-
ftibr" ci-oss tlie Peniinsnla, either 'by+ canal or Rail
-Road', to'en able the trade of this region to pass .
through +Saf'ely; :in time of.-War, in-tead-*of going
:round Cape SabtelvS H effered a resolu!.ti on asking
;information on the subject from the Secretary of
}War, which .was, adoptedd' ;., ". ....,
:.The Hton':le JOH^i(4C CALHOU N,. has add
+a letter-to his politicalfriends,: withdrawing his
;na,,i6e frbm~tle list of Candidates at the 'Baltimore
?Conv{ention. The'addre'-S s fe ^.Sme length, a'nd
takess a bold and co,,,preheusiv:e view of the mode.
of elect~ing delegates, to the Conv'ention with the
,afthor's reasons for a'firm adherenrce to :the ap-
Ipotit ire t..b'v d1is h ief s system, ..arid vot ing per ..pca ita .
The obiections b: t~he nomnatign en, masse .is
argued within great ability, as bein attti-repub~ican
ian- contrary to the :spirit of the Constitutiorn;

gi\;inst the .larger States "an ad&abtage`g.tikr the'
Smaller r ones not iatehded by tthe frarners'of fhat.
instiime,;it to be secured to, tlemr ,- Mr. C,-may-
no longer be considered a candidate, for tlie Pre-
sidencyf'-no pledge however, is ev.en'-10 'to, ppXrt'
ary candidate-'a reiterating of foraeri., o-ppinio6s, 4
and a determination to maintain: rimmovably -he'
grounds he has'always occupied, clbse4' the, ad-,'
-dress. i. The'Charlestan Mercury,; spemkinr of ;he i
letter, says --7- ,. ,. ;..'... .. ...
< Presidency.?. Sniely not a W-ig;-p-r-i principles '
we-are as-1utte~rly oppo-ed as the -voles.- Wibare,
npot Tariff men-,-nor InternaUlm provemenxt :Ben-.,
,We abhor az UnitEd States Bank-- we' c.angpiake
n11o peace with tllose monstrous Whlj projeeTs, for
assuming the debts of .tbe States, and KquandEring
the-revenues from tbh-publi6 lands-we, are-op-
posed :to the mutilati;oothe Co0bstitution bi de,
stroking the Presidential :Yeto, ;tbe.safeguar3 of
the1 South. Oa. al!these pointsweare atopenis !
Isuel:w-ith the .W-higs, whose policy4-in its tendency;
we regard at; equally hostileto -the Federal Con-
stitution,-,to popular liberty, aridAtQIhe prosperity
and safety of the. South.. Until Wei tchange;-3ur
principles on all- these great --,sabjects,vwe an
never, affiliate \,,.ith the whigs, orsupport-their r.en
".No, we cannot sup:p.orta Whig,,:; We will be
true .to true -Democracy-we will support him
and those who oppose the firmest-resistance to that
usurping and plundering system of-eaisures we
have named above.." :-: ; ': :
C U-^ Bankruptcy in England exists to a far great-,
eirexten-t than in the United States.- Firms have
gone downwithin thie last twelve niplis, with' an
"ind~ebt;::d m'hsst.of . O},e00,,)0.+';;" .. '.



''- Ap,.-chcolli Exxcbia e.
-p.H t'. PHL f:, Ck. Jr-_. rc t-ctfulh,'p i.4,t'or ed? idt. a
1 tl_>-1 ,ve'' I' l E-' ta[Il sliri erit ha' s beIen e,,ti'elv re-
fitted., a.,1 i3pox'j\- open fi-r tle recejtion of pr-
n iieiit iii,'_l tran:cient b+,ar!er.-,d the subscritcer
hopes by strict attention to the blsitess of," is
]h'_,use to be socoud to.none jiiq nderinAhs .-uesrs
.Oysters. Gatnie, -&-. served up at alll 'hours, apd-
in the begt st le. Th,.- Barattachied to th,? hiih:e,
abusual, is'No:elked wvith the best Wines and.ryi-
Quar Gratefful for the liberal patr',..a.i:e hgfeto-
tAre received,. he lopes tli It iis. friends and the-
puklii.A will cti.uiue to sustain him .
i -- -" ':"HEZ SMITH.
Aralhaciieola. Dec. I5th, l843. decl$ tt"


\ Jr. Steverasovjt-&.C~o,-
--'v. 45 Wa'tgr' street, and one- door'East of the
-L l 'Post Office, on Cihe-tnut street-offer for sale
a large'-"aid general. a,-,-itmenet 6fFancy ahd Sta-.
ple Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Bunnetits, BUot,.Sho,. -,
and v,'i usarti.:le..cmisiittilg in part of--
Black and blue cloths, cassimere and.vest m'l,
Sattinetts and Ktntucky Jeang,. :
4 MouselinerDelain6, CIi.idars and Alpaceas,
Rich fig'd and strip Dr-ess Silks, '
SBtuMhtlk:arbd richE 6i'd SattinI,; -', r
Earlston,;.ra.l-ester'&domestie-iGhi ams,
Eml.-rcid'd Merino, knit 'ad pi',d wPn-shawls,
Mouseline Delaine an'd t'ahrdy silk- ;'!do
Jackonett, plaid, book and",wiss M6,41ins,
Flannels, negro blankets an. Kerseys,"
12-4 Linen and cotton onn lcrj shethig3
Foreign and- -D6mestici Prints,_a. greJt variety,
5-4,4-4, 7-8, 3-4 br'wn sli'rtings aSd-.sheetings,
do do; : abl hed do"' -dbo;
*. Lowell, Manc-hester anid oth:r cott,_.n 6snaburgs,
'HeaNy L.w~ll-and Stark M illsrDrilliii--,'+
W oollen ard cotton hogery,;' -.: .
G16ves, c,:,mbs, hair-bruslies,;-incy baskets,,
Boxes cologne,,toya, etc.,etc. '
F.lorenee braid, brilMiNnt and other Bonnets,
-Russia, Rabbit-sglk -and other Hats-,
An asgaotiient of Bootsr'and Shoes. dec14 :
. ABINET FURNITURE.--Made to (order,
k,..-.repaired, varnished, old sofas upholstered,.
L.0okifg Glass plates fitted to fraMes by '
decl4 42 Water st. '



.swwwsr ievets, f .
ys. A> Bill for Divorce.

,. ffendant.willttakb notice that on. the
'".._' rMonday in'November next, the plairntift
,",,.eed to take 'thd 4 options of Jrnes H.
^Srg!i'Wd Walter l 'Robin son, "tlis Davis, and
.^i$yi., ,The deposioas of'Jahms H. Parker
and alter J. Robinson wiil be taker at the
.Bo~lTMwq-use in Marianna; those of E111s D,% is
-pdEliza Davis a^t the house O'fe hten J. Rch'_4
.. ... W- ,rt-
IB Was-i.cQunty. Jhe' de-fdart ma, at-
ten and cross-examine s. bliNq-es it' he'sees
At to do so. A.. H..,BUSH, PrQ",s- Att'3,,
XM-tina, Oct-4,, 843, ',llri

Jodi&aW. sp V IN CHANCERY, '
, '., ,
.^l~fydSprowl. ) 'Bill fof Divorce..L. ,
ring to the satisfaction 'bf the 'Cur1
^ ^ w0mford Sprowl resides beyond theiimits"'
_'T.err-itory of Florida-It is therefore Or-
. ttt--publication be-made fot er t rnths,)
2l1yiog.the defendant, Ciawford Sl,8rowl, to ar-
404 ,A-'-,tirt to be held- in Apalichicol-a on-the'
Arot amay in December next, to shew".ause;,t
t hre be "-hy the divorce as prayed -for in'
tMU B s1, should r it hbegrahted. i
", .. .. SA L,-W-..CARMACK,-
'6. ,.Judge of th,.Apalachicola District, ;
&<&^hiaa< ola, June 2, 1R43. jel4 3m
,CQTrOI .EKD-5QO bushels Peti Gulf Cot-:
: 6,:.;- J MAY & CO., .52 Water st.
1"' 7


JFaslionnl le CIothing.
.. -t TPST ruceiv-. iJ pEr bl'g. W-
S Eri',_,,vn, f,',. N Y..rk', a la re
'- [.9 aiid sr]-,<..tld ,s...s itt,,etitut~'FAS"H-
CLCVTHTNG, consIsting ot fine
C 0 1 i'Dre1ssand F. -o k C -)'-a t s-
Fi;;.t'::d aind pljin Silk, Satfn,
and Ael Vlecia ,V>ts;
=-. ; sJS- le.'l e, bincl. .an e~lored, pl iri
j-.-: ....... nix(d'i11d ribbed Pailtalori.", Is
AI_-1s. a -,4enperal assortment ot' Bi, ts arnd Sloes,
-ht-., C- ( 1,- &G,,,'which, will b- .. .ld 1 \-w1 b -
.inn 9" : ;.-;+.[.. +,? -:. : 47 Wi ter street.'
.;- 1 .1 e jy rMade Clothifig!;
t, I + MILLER & C'lJ,. 45 Wa-
.I4 j,^.^^.+.^ 9 ter'"str.:et, have r'iceiv-
fir,{gi ('+I l,,?r, late arrival,;, a irellei.tM l -is-
- '.,1 ....---sort ment., ofN'NEXV atw. FASH-
,\ .'i' ] <. 'L'* l-'lTiO consistinaA OP 04verV
{*" )} T !, ] C ,,a.t-- ;.-'ks- -S ui t.,,itl-- P a,(s.{ -
C'D. I_ \ "- ;H .. I A['~l : ....

;--< T:.oL. Clothr,Beri\ec. t tuliin^ and,
_- ,Stitll,'t O %'tl" (_.'"!tj; i ,
Plai bha,1;:, blue, br,:,hii awl iLvisible green
F r o o k .. n D ) r ,_ 's ( '' i: .-. ,: ." ,
( C l. i 5,, c p,? ;ii. t i ",-" ji i.J h 4 o'lii-lii Na-i. C oat's.+ -
Clotli .. i.' .tr.-: a,,,l >,t nser"P.,iits ,-5f differeut
,lor. and,: .
PlR .1 A. ,ilurt, d ?;lk,, satin, v.-Ilrenct ain r a s;
'ere i .. -
'\V iir:i~i. ,rian'd linen : Shirts; *
(.'.lur d -~j du do' ; ;
Red-. :11-1d *%ijit>- [liiin-l' Shiirts and Draws;
S tt i et:l -i!, ts ; N,-__r,- P an ts ; -
urc re',% lr,.,icLs and Tro%\Ses ; .
S.ocks arnd.l Miiis; Buots and Shoes; "
Hats. Caps, &ec., &c. +:. j,',9

Nt)T[CE.-Six weeks ,tlter date., 1 s11ll a!.lyl.
toii tihe H...i'iAi blt, JU-dt e Ol i?"1'tih- i itN C0.1i1iit
o~f Fr,-Lkldin 1;:iitv .r letters L11 :-idnliinstration
C1111htle estote ot JMARY A. SCOTT Vitt- of qei(ld
CoiIIrtY, lecedE. J. WOO.1o0

W,ane aouse Cha-rg,ai1.'itf l,.by-
the C o ittO llk'" '
-O T T ON 6,,: bill'd *b ^ee *
y a rd an d i, c nr p resfed ';V _F tih% n *
110 CIhL.rge ,'l[ be-^ ,-e ,, .
p.,er bale, witl b ch,,r d tor 1.abd; tier-"' "?.
nbtaoprHc will be, cigone mont'h,' Jer
bl- .- c." ^ i, 't :storage, ant 5 ce per
w~ek tTerealt-,r ime iconl-utedf of
receipt until delive,'e to i ter:o, -..s.. +t-
ton chtnginclr ]latM$ds itll, "b] 'ases be-"li&a Ito -
.p,? w s t o r a ge ,f _ro m d a t e t t o r d ., i .lw j ,9. U r ,l
ing out lJr ms".,t-,,1ti,,t.I,,,. %eigl .rI '-d;' k' ci_-
s:me, .S cents .er Iwde. Want. 1,stb1'.'". a&sqq
by the press whlen rlie ctt n cI, '. 'nd the
a ,, nt ass essed end ,.,rsed on t)1 ie 'i e^f l ie.
All c.ttons arc re,:l.ired tt havesi:' ,,
s--.fficient r,,i:, s. Grass. tow, baK 0Y:cQ1(-rc< .Rl
Sil be c..niltred uinercchantabi.-.'d deficient
A l l .,-_l, c ie it rn .,lp e s \ i l l b e c hi. r g ed a j ,iie nt o f
1l ,.. c ,-it )er r -pe, and ,11 b ,-,gL, ;.i at.'_- "of
0 '5 cenitsper yard. ; i O
.A. DOWNERS 'g t
:. : ./ur fhe. ,S'e'J r nss.
C. WILSON, Hydrau- kPrtjj.
H. G. GUYON, ."- ,,
Florida Leer pss.
palaclncola, Dec. Ist, 1543. d07 f
-.7 Kates of lUarlage. "
,fp t,,lIlo\viri are the Rates of Wharfage on
a all Cotton. Jerchandise, &e. la. 8
pedq.firn O the\ W barf at tiJ -s..Por-: '.:d .:; -- .
.On G. tton, per bale, landed ...... 61, cents.
1 Oh ,, slipped ......6 ',
- On GM.,od p1., barrel, landed, (esti- -". ',
: rnatilig (ive cubie Ieet oir 206lb ..
,. ii t, e-iiLial to .a barrell) .... .. .. 3 *'
_'On G.icfi-is;, pecr h::rrel, shipped. .... a -;*'
,, Salt, -~e sa kl ded ....;...3 *'.
>a f" Wood, per cord.. ....... .25'..+
+ '-< ^lumbe: per .tM feetr....... ..50 : ,,"
S, Brik-;, |Ier M .......... .. ... 50 ,,
-: ;." :.'Ilimnrles, per M .f ..... "-:. "
- ..." '- < S tsof Iliecd. c .,li, oats, or, ... .-
S; oiler -jieil' ajidise. cota rrint -
[I jt i,-re tha, ti'ee bt:,1els...2 .'f-.
.. All lu-,mber, salt or mE-chandise, slu`ppedi-on
buI'd vc-,sels r,r steain-b,-ats, from n:otfef've_elsi
!5tearb',-ts .or rafts, lying '- at theRharf, Wilf,-be
charged',,ne -\harla.e ,:ilv. Kw'
Wr.-11-ri'.ge onl cotton, :,r ,.other rnerchandiseland- :
tl, t.>b,- paid by1-the c:.nsigznee.; and when ship-
pe. by the party takifig theb'ill of Ladin.,. "
,- All ]Ic,:ds ai.d merchandise not-e'nimerated
above will be chi-rged at corresponding rates..,. ,lio_,hters -at- 4a nbo:,tslying,'dt the
MIla ,c'1,, I oll-t ite eyng or discharging car o,
INill e rrequtired to. por t-he tue tof" tle b-rth 66 ie
smti or two dollars and .filty cents per dav, an to
g1'%,-". \%%a to 'es. 1g or Ba a r, dnii ,Sr d;seliargtg;
T ;:,l, :, lr,, -rtk:?e of lO-W R,-gulhIions of th e
-Aj,-t!-!,l,.',.."-_ a ChIM Iber o:1 CUriirerce, wilL be
s t; i,'t! ti l eh r t ,o:- -" 'o
"C o ".'ig Wes of, cott6n- sh 1l be allowed *tree
d.,\.; for their cit':.,n t,-, reiai.iin on tie \wharlfand
l:.",e(-! -..,s tw ,:, d.,y-. \k it!-, it incUrrinl :,ift i
\ \ li .U i' .i ,_. I l ,, it t .. r n, ,- ,. !i i c d i ,i n b \ -' r n v l ia rtfi t. e r ,
in-_"w tit ox t.l re .i: 'i...t.- ,I 1.4 ce- t" [_r -k )fo,
,_.,'y '.s.:it.I-i;_,,i r Iouis rha it.reta ii thd '.
ttI*. \ uL.ud aritl tltr.b-r shall not be ,allolvthr-to
remain, ii,,,r, than twiit\.s,',ur hours wilh'ohbifn-
,:'t..,'itn, extra yharlge fur lweutv-f,.ur^6urs
t ]ll:-'l'e i.'ttc r." "
All bfl-,l wi l be pF,-eselied t:.ortl, f'..r ,llec-
ti,, NOT;,U E &" Sz"OI'E_-
+ .A .. ,,,',,lcoh:t, D ec. 4, :J. .tf
D. H1. Pallais, '
-I ""AJA ( ~r_
V%+q.'A l'fi-MI^-I-.ER, .t"ORMERLY OF M5 fIL- E.
.., .:'. .." i-:.:^ H .\Sh.' tr:-rrrirLitd. tf,,bh! ih him -
..:":-''; -=" ; `. ,e l" ^ i ,,l't .nent/v i, thi s ciy, and !
i-.--.. ..j . i- ei.-q.,,ctlully s,'.,lti;i t pah:>,nnie
of thie'zte,,s o, -pa',-'iiol,, ad tile tf.-cotnm
,try- g.- ner fl e .. H -le litterls ]i Ilst th. Lt ai t, rotgl
,ind ir..nctlcal.* ki:owledge :of: liia bi.isiie &a-,iT1.
.bin,-..!. \:;[h a detsiie t) de4e4.;e and ,ibtan .-,ie
-:.., --n-,.- Of-t,, of thLe 1.u b ic, will'"eniure t ini PJcCesS
in h1i ii' ..lcrt:Mkilg. Sl i,,.:, p'stairn in Blltzel.l's
E.,iiil, lirIs. Entrarice next dfor to fhe PoslOffice.
R_-fer ,t-. B. T. CARO. E-3," .11 .- 1t
l:,,. ':! ',_.Ih. N 1A13'. 33 -tfT"
..... '1 A t ( a, / '
t. r~l 'rAKES this method t" inform-
.1etur[, enrfd tri'm New,.Y2li, with a
LeW ar, dj splendid ass,:rt m,-t:,t of f ,
,J E W E l '-R Y I -
(_,:n'ai.-.ting i~n -part o.f' Gold'and Silver rafc-hes, a
ni-:".' ,, :attt".t .-in of' beaititJful; Bi!;astpI:ins"-' bngtij~ero
:--: .':n DA MOND.S of the'n~rst wratJ~el:-G~oia,'-and
Shl_.r-Fr, iniiM'es.Gold 'and Silver lPfni~i Gopd
armf S'l>,_.-r SiL-ctach-:-s, G,,ld Guaj' and--i.Fob
C'h:,ir,., ::'lver sSpoons, Piated1-(atp~rs, Ma~ntle
('l-;-isi-in,-te Rii'vcs, &,c. c., ,hlic~le w'itl1'sell
lt % ;J 'r h .. *, ;
'SE\'E NTY tiOLLAR S.;' .
.All !,i,,ti _, of adrchies tud-( [cluc repajred,and
'. *..-,r i .,> n l t i iL e r l '-,r i n w d W al ., '. .. :.
N. r:. Persos residing inf.Aaalachicola, or
ru,.,,i.r th,.-i rier, \vishiii-. their ".%ches _or other

JewI-lr,,-, ipaitd. havinio, an op p ctunity t6sepd
tlirb, t_, trnstwortli bands, duri g -tlheboating
sej.',,tl, Cn have then repaired )- Mr. Le]6ay,";
and r-l-n.ed wit-b nearly the sate despatch ep
thctiJ, his establishneat were ihfAplddchico,
.C ltJnmbi-, Ga., Oct..15. 15 4. '). -'. ; '4@ .tf



,,* I _S.. Is i? aBns!'aa s Sale.1 *";
B C iir:tuE- of Itnlree wrists ot fi'fa,- issued fromi1 t-the
-Superiror Court of Franklin Coi.iiynt; to ,ie
directed, one in faRvor of John Hardin,-one in favor
Of V'eiit,- T'. C arnd ,otie 4I. favor fof Isaac S
%Ja,4rtes v thle. South, rn Litc Insu.ance anI
l ,ii..t C.mpahy, I will ,,fT'er- ,To 'sale -at public,, at the cdurt-houge db6o ifi the'city of AlpA-
lach,,,-1].;."f ar '., o'clock, a. Mi., bifthe fiist M,,,dy
in ar.,hi11:; t, t'aetiot-+ l Lot'rirMler '9) nine.
in blo!,:, ). Crornt rng,-e. agre'e-abl'y" t6 a 'nl, of
sit) c"t,, t,.,iftlhEr wit ha-I alI thb-bui ildllr; AI.d g3A-
pUrtenartc's- therL W o tbelor 'ir Iid. S -ud. pro:' i-i..s
being th -e .iime 'k iwr ac th ['factl ,,,O ft ,-' S,_,e tl-
"ern Lilf iss-3ur.muce and Ti'bst *C,,r1,,,P'y in llAp;-
hchila. ROBr. M',['E}l, :
U.,. S. M ,i.;hal d1-t. A'Pikt, ch,:','la.
A p.:,hl~chli,:,:la, Jari. "*3,:.\ 15-13. ian,,'2' lrin
....S[I S ar.slial aieO.
B Y virtu-e-o'a t-,:,'ortgra e !i. l ... i ,.,,rdU fr,',,, .thie
J-ue (.'1St i.,eior Court of Fl:I nki'in c--.,Ltil tbo m e di-
roeted, in favor ,f l the Bwrtk JofHPe i: a ,itnst
"E Chlttenden,"et r-.,nhve. vied rn tlie ,,ll,,w-
inI rr.ic I t: b.-,n: in, t'-r Ofity u -4.,.1li. ,,i,.,b ,
and kr,,,viit p.'d ded-_i i atm on a plan of 1,' ,:! ,it\
.-as lots No "'(1) one.-pd (2) TWO. in blh,,,k f! IIV
lbti.liteei-,together i-f, il ttII th:,tuild in r**.< inip~r.,v, -
ir~hl, n _- ar a t:,lJurt'nar,>r. thereon, and thereto, atid sh:,ll exp,_,se-the sime for sale at
rulOli-'outcry before th- C,.,urt House d,_-u in .-Id.-M
city, -it II o'clock, a. ii., ,on the ,irst, ,day of tbe
next [erm 1,, tlte lup ., r ci.,turt lotr Franklil
C'L.nt'.y, to tlhe')liihl-st bidderjur c ,+lh. S..aid pro-
perty tj be s,,d subiet t.>a claiin he1d'by Le\vis
.C rtit'tt and G-oor e G j r"'old, Or their aszi'rie,_s ,,4
six hundred alnljA, dollars with interest -ther:-,In
tro'io tile sevv i,' dyV of Marcn, 1._:0'7, till paid.
i")BERt MYERS, U.S. Iairsl,Lt. +
... fti.chicula, Ja,. ll tli, ia1-2 21m

U, U. S. iarshia! Saie.
.-B+ virltue otf a .,rtr'ajgine. f.a., issued fr,",m t!,
M r, rior Cuto ruIlkli I'l CLiULAV.ty torrie di-
rceted hi favmr of Lowell-Bullbrou'k, 6.. _Johnj 11.
Rilaklil, I hauve 1,-.%ied Upon the follcmwin1 ptrb-
:,ert, t,_o wit: of Ap'lit2liicoli. .being, parts. of:f liu lots. in Sid
city, k;),wn and described in tlie pln of said
. citv as lots, Ns. ,('), tlir,-3eo and 41 four. front
range, Irater street, and lots Nos,,. (17) .svent-en
and (I.'_) eiglit.te in the r>,r --.,f lots tHire.e arid
f.ur.rriesl-,ectivelyvaiit.l fronting :on Conmmerce st,'eeet
in saidl city, ll,. bt-eing in.r black: F., front i.ane.
beil,, l lftfe,1 feet ot Juts N os. four arid severit'eei,
on- the east side tlterenf, and sie'ven .mnd a hall, t;?et
of lots Nos. thire'e and ei,,Ihteen .on thie west sid,
tlet-.r,?tf or cotA tigtUIlsI t- the fifteen. tih-t lts anild s eV'ntet-e-n, r17 11 in. .-* .... o !'ncr, tw.-;'i,,-
atu,.) and a halt't.Oct front ,oil \W te, street anrdl tt'e
s, .LIII f.1 (- i ,i.'r,.,? stt -ot II o'AIe b,.idv, part -,,
f':ouir lois ini the pl.-i,, of, saiid city alUresai.I, to-
gellier vith ;ill ; acid sit ilt.:lir tlie im prlt\?ieut .
lb u i h t i n ics r trd a tp p iir f c i j~ i i -e .. *l :*- .. *ilig lin g ,
as th e pru 1or *+- i ,.'t'. \ R i d il-, uan d
_.,_,,.- .._ 1-,,," t stit? : iM fir sil al a Iii ,- ,,titem-
bel',-t he t- Cou.rt House door, 161the ,'it,,"t o f -,I cpaTi-
c'ic.:-. at 11 ,:'ehloc, a. n'..- ol tt e e irifrt Monda\
in 'l-it next, to the Mih-r-lest bidlder fo.,r cast-, ti
satisfy said mortgage. r
ROBERT MYERS, Mar-hal. : '
A pjtacliic,,l.l J;-a,,. l'tli, 1S-1 i in-r,'*"-.tin ,

Ploeimix Houise.
r HE sub,c"iber lh.ivitg relitted the above es-
.1- t',bli, i center, is IL.W prepzrel to acc,-,inmo-
dv lo? Cis Irie,ds [.iand thepicin p in a mfin'er
w lhii-, 1,\,.ill give satisfacti-n r -i, ll. H is tle
Xil b-2. suppilled Withl ever -dL iei cv the rnLirket
.,it_-,rds, ',,ud hlis wlole atti .itinn wilh beI devoted
t thie culli,.,rt of hl-is -,,iests. -
i c\tt icli ) to thie osiablisht,-le ,ft fre two'superibi'
BOCWLIN,; ALLEYS, and constant attention is
given-it,, th, -.: whmo indulg,_-j, this manual exer-<
cise. ..... -. .
O Y"-,:.EP.' -,, nd every other' delicacy whichh
may.eya~nted .,'r -r;-,]in-:,.it, can be had at an`63

_!,,I r d'i.^^ .. *. an. L ,i ,-,__ pe week. .' .... $ 7 -) -
Arrdprwi,- ..rit h..v. bee.n. de so that permaf
num ntaiiei'BADR can be as'twell.
w-eommodated as- at any i-ither h'-Aiie in t~he c ity,'
and the pr icci'a:e in koephi..-- with the time;
Ew--'rd jn ol't~ [f~r vepk ..... .... $y7 M
Boa-rJ, ip er day ..... ....... ............. 5 I .
B Oii ,le real, .: ......... ................. 51m.
L rd-n ,n ma l-.'. . .. .... .... ... 5)
Nov.2,i t if tV'. H. KELTON :

"For theP an -cl ul Litutl Specrl Mo h -iir onto
t _- _
14:1 rlt,'e in the lace o, mankit jil, lie d .u
REM,.f' E Ms t I .BE R
''hll:it th,,r," t d pp rit am I .i -s-Io eiS ,Cts lP,.i t or
M-ean,,., his ol- igin wL which re.ui.-s but HiW -- .at7
MeW \i ,h to overthrow Ole.-,uase tfir_1.1,. ,soI he "- .-n -
At ,ii.satson o( theyear Milan th g nrkri'r ,ti_
-of tle bhdy(-.h i e ?yutven t e ill a c ..d f y
way for the word,_y gaJti, ,,o6f .... r? wfi.idi
end, in _t., ex ,. O, .-yond linl,- n0oi o i,-i,,-'di-
cinr a, d final[.,, ter,, iiii.itis in DEATH.
Hlowir t r. ,ry *i it then .mankind A, ul..
become Wor e ,i.'he gmam thus..,td av ltml cj.pan W,
thr, w airt. n! -. il t. ein at a otm cents vi certe \it.,or
if ,.,l b (.,l by ( ILLSI, as-. CO H -' .-, COLDS.

.. .j..mF r .-le. 1:, cl+ c.S'ip.'iir- Hn.i\VL Y -,:,le <,'_, t fir.r
w li'; c a.r ; i'n o c ,AII! 1al K t-'i* *'1 ap*!' :.[ t ff

Whiy 101101vii pt-olen b, blind ais to Ato.; pr...>or
cT u fwll H,.'%:,11W. d h 'lne hir A-i ',l'-n tlit,"
:,.l o_ d> ,,tlih r ..op taM wited no th.. --iiA r t ,t.
Aet.inhi at once tothi&K.iN:,i of pr,.?mrvi4r':
G! a1,ht.l. 1 eial i_,, *i o he 31 ,:Ua "e t-,e r..l -_,:, fly t.o
.hI) t fam ousIn -tJ%,i t [, ',I n i e! .: : .'i, t,
:" J. PEASE k-0N*S *''* l,
Ct-i'upjumid exftract of: Roai-hbdfid, now, n-'

r,,,i h,'r.n? t'! iil y c)"l atthire n ,.s "st'i .,iit inii C 'n-
A z 1 U3 th eri 1. ) 1. r- t e I I p!-,.- I I. I II
Its m helit ,is t. etif l r,, thiitl ,:a,, the v.hl,d he
tA _i .nL-> f S t bear ie:c-rd of its virtu,.i.d S.A..-I,
"Ilee w ..A e and aliA l bie J. of tea ,:iL i ti.
Fir W .e by B. B. HAWLEYI Sole.r cSt..

X Hl'- fnil.- fb.!t;>-l Medicine lhaz s;.re-e.-! ljemri'
. 'nqoduP d'." Aili t t.t.Uni d Pr,:, ,ix morirhs,
Ae in -'-i ,_.olu V P,-... thI c-%, 1 ,-1,:r '-IV -- N -'
ordinary exe~iiioiips on tihe p-irt of the ro'i-rr.
it? salela \\.f.iicr saed with such jYiiiidimv (e.-.i-'.-,-'
I y in th:- ::)uufi, it 1.1,:mg peculiady'l z'I.;(iTed lo
-i-jiliprn c.lim;tes,y thlidi their- mo.-st 'saiiaiin.?- ex-
prct ;~ioii, have been rnonrthan reciml.?' mWr, Wie
eeticrni.- or rhe A'Tdicine e_,t;.ib~i-hed cm a sure
f..'oinn2. 'For qco(nge'ti~ve and intermitt.-tru tf'e%-rs.
liver Soe ague, ;ind all (lj.e of thekpjn s
om'ost cenrain ejire. '' '
S mai];ll bu-..e 25 c -is q '' ^*:lt*. *
*; rijr Pil., by' B. ELL1K 2S? Wdtmr M..
'-'Sole Agent 1'.i.1 th,- 1Pro;,r~eiur~s.
A i\;l(.-tch-i (-- oI Diec%; 14l ,1S1 :.

N O'(ICE--Six 'week? .after date [ will apply-
t,, theH.,n,,rble the JudLe -, t'her Cun t,
-Court f;or tht,- c-ouity of F'rankliin,,for letters o(;(
Admriii ratim .-i -on the est,:iT'e of Am,-r,,' R.,,-rs
d(W.soi, andor Iletters of Administration -.. tc
b-., ,'isj non" *rjn'the estatrt nof'lJohn L-,,cke, de,:eas,d.-
. *A- alac!-,h ola, Janu r\Y 1, 15-l.

-TICE-Six wee-ks:, tte,' date ",I sall apply
to the lljnoidble the Judge of tlie count'
court t r'rakli't c.,t-.u tY ;for lette-rs oW' Adminis-
tration on the estate of AlnuR,.Roers, late of
said co,.rtyn dc,-eased. ; ,
-" ............... ..... 1. HAAM OND.
-Palap elicolai- Jan.-lst', 144,"., jani1 5t
" T*:') CE-'sz,.x ,r,,.,ini,. ^i-tdrf t.h~lsl "I l' pv:
JN. -1 t, !. L _I\ --, ',,- l'-" -. "- "
t,, t ~I.]. Jk* i^ A,,,,t. C"Al' 11. P ._OI
l _,'.Ifc t tor-,[ L,;tters ,r OTT~i< lr IIib4trat,-:,!,,i Of then estate of M martin l rS-dt-r [ late
Doe" 2,ad couiBtv lctceased.
'Dec 2jj, l-,>4. B. F. NOURSE. E\'r.

N OTFCE.--Six ,,_oths after dale. [ slull ap-
ply t,-, theliuiI ,orabl' the JTI W ,_-0 f tp-I Court
tLr rh.9, cu-tv "of Fr. rkliii, fij" lett,-rsicf Disn, i-
sioi fr,,m tlhe eqt,,.tei of lcxuiidevr Crbok, late ,of
S.,.i't count'.: 1, :.cels-d. '
._ .? i.-' S.... H A RTSH(O)RNFo-; i
Nov. 30, 1,;.43 )1 1 ; _AdmininA h trtor !


U.S. Mau'
B.Y ih ' of a writ of [I.. fu.1 issei,-_d -fromn tl`e
.S. p-:lri'i.,." (,ourtl.uf F'l.rjtklir county, in l'-\or
,A' M ix, \.s. A llis,:,i, .'it',.u ,r, t,., n,-. d l,.,ctL'J, 3"
hiave l.-vi,-d o,: L'.triliti/i bears ,') five, and (1g.)
t0.i,'t.. m, bloc; D., th,: CAI, ,f-A palc ici_,la,
and kiu-iwn' as lot, Nos. (5) fie and (13) thirte..ii.
block D.,,,front rkiigJi-, in ap:lan oft said Cit, td-
gether with all tl,,-- buihl t in-s u*td jmpr,,veioir,,, rii
th~eret,. ;:..,?rt .dini--ir,- btb,,in= L1,- 5"rdlffr' th0ira
lI:,i, n ais ".Pi'.e,,x tH,.,u:se und Bowii,4 Salh:i,, '
-frrmr-r)Y o-,vnX i".l by Ra n-,iurid..& Aths,...i,, a-?.tlie
pr_, V -rt cf said.1 firm and shall ,:'.j.,,;,se t1,_ s-.Ar.,e
F,.,r sale mit public ,.,.it,,y h:-|,we the court t House
djor in tll 1 Ci2 y ,,"f Apal:tliiola On the fiL-'t M ,:.-
d':;1iy I, i,.'-'li next., at 1l o'clock :'-. nm ., to the
hii,-!leSt bdder for casli. to s,,ut-s!v"-hid -i. fa.
- '" ++.+. RUB F. MYERS, Marshal..
Ap.,1:icli,,ola. Jan. 3d, 1S44-j. jaon29 1 m'l ;
_ *.J I. . l-arshavl Sale.
B Y virtue ,o,' an -lut ft. t':, i sttd fri'n tlhf
.Superiotr Court o" Frarinin county in favor of
Ban,. ot'.--Puisacll'a, v-;. Bi-j.:,inin Brown, to ni te
dlirected,.! lI this day levied oel the ;-Illowina-
lot o,-t 1-od in tlie City o, Apalac.iicola,,arid kn,-n
and ,iatiisaed on a mnap of sai- city, as L,.,t
ritimb, er (4)fo,.,r, in bloc:k B., f',:,,nt i'an tf, tngetheir,
with ll'the iinprovenie,-itS and :uildihgs tlieret,.,
b,.,,igiiini, and shall expoi-e" the same ror Sal ;it
public outcry b,-ftore the Niuta House doo-r, in theic
City of AphlaChic0-l1a, Ull the first Mund-ty iiu
Am~trchi )iew, atl 1m 'co a. in., to..tie lli.Jl!esi
bidderf,," <;ili, to :,.tt.,istv said i.fai. Pro:, :rty
pointed. out bv y ,!..rS att'S as the lirt:peI't c, offsa ii -
Brown. ; ;; ROWR13T MYERS, M..,'sll
+ "-dlxn
In the Unit,:-d States ]D lst'fi-t...C':urt : "- .:- : <
For the I -e palPa-hi,(-.,,l"I l'qdt.rjot of Florida'.
TOHN ROAO(Iif -Jack,.or co:,nv, l;,virig -
Rfiled a petitin pral,'ing ror his disi.; ,ar.e ad
certificates a Bhnki'upt; it isurdered that ca i.:- ,
be shown before the Court, against ',id ,petnti,,
at Marianna on the siit M.,nd~iv in M:y ,ii-q r
(Test) ; -B G ALDFI-MAN I l,-,kN-;-
YONGE & TAYLOR Atty's-for Ptti--.n.-r"
Mariani' a, Jan5.,-18-44... : 2" -jan99 3m .

MN OTICE -Six o,,:,1ths. llt> te.[ shall appl\
to the J. t-._ :tf theCounty Conrt for Frank-
-li, '-,:,,urrty, 'rrr-i ,-+r-tr es' ,:it- fs.r,.,iT.. -from t 1Z
.,driir, isrrotilii of thte- es:tbarO'of'Robert Robinson',
lat. ufX si. co,.nl ts, deceasedse. i ''-*
*: .... . t-I.H. 11STON!E, Ad.m'r.
Apalachicll.a Dec. -1, l -S -k. t'f

N1OTICE-Six ro:ths after dt,:, I shall appty -
"LIt,.,the irl, ble Jud.-,-. .,f the Coiut _Court
orf -raoklin countvwi' nleter at" D-sminsii, forum
tlhe estate ,of Willis Yon, deceased. '
S.+ -. A. G. SMITH, administrator .
"' A.-ilr:tch-;,,l, Nov 11, l. i43." n 1l ,;,m
]N i'1TIE-All pa.: r oi- havi'it claims ^ , Fre,.!r 1,Mk L l-.- lt.i?'(if J.J:4..'ot : .Oinim',
d._^,-. t-..r.,I, .tr, r required to i're-_-ni the same, dulv-
a,.itli,. at ...t.t> or thqi::! rtoti?- "\Ail be lil.,d i-igbar of their" reeoveryI.,
A-ll p.r;.o-,: ii,.-i bred 1o s:ii.': e'.3t! fare requested toa
fIake irariiedf, pa\-iiient Ivthe sLbscrib'r. -
T SU.-'AN A. MING,.A-!n'\
M.arianna, Dcf 9. 1S43
N" OT-ICEt -AII -Iers,.,s shaving" claims against
Thorn-t4s \V illi:nms. lote uf Jckson cjiriti'.
de i'e'ls.vd, a,. re..;.iiit--d t, present the s.-tii:-im dulv
autl,,:itii'-itf', itiin, th-e ti e L Wi-, bei, 1.v "
or tlii-s ,utie,- will "A e pkl'd ini- bdr-of their re-
covery.- All .er,,s indebted t0 said es te ai.
ro~u.p.,tld Ito n:k. immediate settl"merit. "' "':' ,
T'HS. MA. AWHI'E, AdLriniri-trjtor.
MA ari' na, .;r. ] Prh. l'- 44. -il, 6 nri

AEGR(S.--,, trst ,-.ilit' Hav,-na St!ears.
..0 Fur s.'l,_, by T L "MITCHE.L,'-
.], : -K.1 W\".ater ;l.

BOtS S1OES-A- -. ger,,era1l1Ja-s,.,rt i ,:tIt oUf
-_ meii ttiid bo.'.,s-Bo,,ts, Stiioes-n-,;] E~r,,,::i,-i,
- _.1 'For sale.c ,_ap tb,' ca-,i.b, .
ij., -'., 5.'tS D I-IL &. CO'., -'_, 'ater st.
17'O'--FFEF-A 'chviele ht <-f J"'..CL.te, just
fI ,C.Aeved'an,:t lor sale by
B. ELLI.So Co.
. +J,*tS .. ... .. -, ., ,+. 33 w .tter str,,.t. ;,
"LACK- HI- TH -(S COAL.--. ca.ks Coal, jUst
"r'':eivid ual Afr sale by
IV A A P C- KA1f"N,
j ..-,'2 5 ( ,.1.1 :: u .b lock.


M O [ NRN DE,:L.- I N ES. --A freah ldt of,
&M,,,,+,lt~,:;-de Laines, just received, ':{
-.... For .B.ELLISON & CO-
-+ jan5 33.",-; 3 W :,te,'st |
SA NH! A\' D A FAIR. PRICE--Paid for'
fi Hides, Ski ,., arnd Shipping Furs, by -
+ ', ..:, : S. DILL CI.O (
": -j:.r,-J-; : '*, : ,"; ." \29P W ter '*
G ROCERIES.-'"100 bbls Western Fl,.,ur;
S 50 bbls M ,..,i:?s8s. : : + ;' ,
S;* 50 do Wlaiskey,lfor:sale by ";-/-
.+ r .A, W)OOD,:':
+'.Jan15... ', 2,'3 W .-,tcr st.

TH OLLAND GIN,--.-pip,:s 'Meders Swan"
Gin, with certificate of.f irr]portation.
For. sale by SAM'L M AlcKA Y,
-' t11. ._'t . i.- 41. W tr-test e,_t.
H A-Y AND POTATOES-i-1u baes supcrji-,
j-rEma-teru H;y;,-j7> bbl S Potatoe.s, now l..,d-
in- from ba.que, .ubte, and for s..ile b .
"" S. DILL A Co.
+janl5 ,.! 2- p " \Vw it,_" -'r -et.

Boot lland ShbeTlil tsing-.
ni TH-OMAS CLARK 4lavirg.,removej
_to U'.to tile Stor:^e formerlv' J,
!,'rsepi Schrodt, respectullytinfornms thl
P citizens of ApalaehiIola,'and the up-
. co nnt'r.'y that he '%:ilI attend >, U-ie abo,_we buihiess
in all Its branches. 'French ph1 sk Boofos a.
ro order'., H-, liHo a;,s,_, on ff rl.f stip'pI' of Fr e
Gjter B,:.ots and Shoes, rt'e'.'a~ d fasluot;'e
st.,le, which ,:iwil be sold aslow c i f1f1. sh 4psir ny
,,.-II.Is, t in the citv. .' "_. oet,
oberts,;i AUlui &' .
AVE e haiand Idlr,sale: ,' _
Sheet'and bhii, fron ;,.,Backsmitbi Tvolfi
Geri -tn, Ei2ghli lt Bhi-fer an, d Cs.,et
-'au.lroiv Kettles fr,.,nj 211 to 120 Ochs.:
Hollu\w% Wcire, whlsale andri', "f
OL _.Hfllt ,.II,] ( C. ._ilke-; -', i ;
B r,-,ss A n..lirons ; Fire Irons- 4: "
Pkitform Sr.-alk.-.- Be lt n d0J- .-.-
Tin i\'are of all MJ .who- rtai .
Als,,, a *.'.-neral a-^,rimiiie~tcf^lard11'0 are. a
Tlie\rv :art:- ,, p'oparod -to atjtl^ to any orders
f.?or [r"on or Bria.s- (a--ir ', B i,:-!.m i ing,. Till,
Copper or tiii. [ r, orTtn ,iid Copper
R oofi n re'g o n ib-, tei ris,. jan .ll y ,
1`0 BBIS. Pil,-,t ,:"I;N-' ,"y Bread; -also-*-tot
7J f o,:,( first qii,,litv Go.,-hen Butter, .in. si all
kezs fur 1",i l'V use,.f~r sale- by' 1^ :<.-"-
S j;-tl .:27 water street.4,.
riCE-^ P~iiTcasTs Pri-me77;Tlan ' PfF f cr
. Excelsior, 'n h:, l. .n. 'o, sale by -\.
2",n'22; -- J DAY CO -, .-2 Water slt

B AGG[NG,- ,i-',i,..,;,Nt-M B'],,',i J ,,:..-,1e
_ lowtoVlos b,, cSilZUer t, hv -.
+ "F_-RIOR & Co.,.--
+,- J :1 '.. j .: : 44 W .tt,_rsTt',' I

-T S.-- Ji.,.t r i'.,-ii pd per br't, M .-,r fro-
N-ew Yur,, t'.?w d,:,-,:.r, tin +CAS IM -RE
Hat, 1..tes, ,',s ni.,r-, a beautiful article. -
F- ,..,r s.t by -,S: B HA.MITL y
Ja z- 2 -17 \Vafer .,'eet.; .
-W E +STERN, PRODUCE.-100 bbls- h.,ur;
"" -! ...... 5, l)bls W l~iST:L ; +;;: / +7 :U
38 do Pirk. ; 7 -
Nowr diri beL;fr L Ll,,r !t-, rA alit,.,r satle how
Jf.t',sh by.... FARRIO & CO.,
jan22 Im i : ; Wf : +: .*-i4 W ;,ter si .
'E'APY-MADE CLOTHINC-Just receiv-d
fro-hu N:w York, ;i \-htr, aiim general assort-
nient of .Ready M add',Clthijii, ..... 1. 2
S S B'_.1A\MILTON,. +
.jan2;2. + /" +* : "/4 .Water stri-t.
T RUNKS.---Iron Burid, 'LE-atlher, -ard- .air
Tunks, for sale low byi *^-- ; "_ -
jan22.: ",- .. N MI LER 45:Waterst.
-R EADY MADE C L Q.Tl I N( C3 A Ig aiig
general assortmint,-/orsale av :. -' ./.
jaij9 +:: S DILL'& CO.,'29 Water -t.
OFFEE.-- )100-sack Cuba Coffee, new'r-p.\
V .,-.: For sale by T L V\I.'1H.EL,..
jairj.. 43 Watev-st.

-;A PP:LES.--308bbts .Russets ; .. ; :
-LJL : Pippins .; -:.- : ; '. ^' ^ s' \
Just received -per bri-g Mary from -N.dw York,
in prime order. For sale'low by %- "'"
29e.k6S.DlLEeCO t; i
jan22 ". ):i:;>:;' 29W-ater,tteet.;|

PORTING HATS- A fres,' supply .of Wooli
S Sporting Hats, just 'rcei ved ,t id ai..r s.,le by
janl5 3_, Water st.
-O N CONSIGNMENT.-I- bah_-s Hear% -",,t-
ton Osnabur_,.s. suit ibl,? I:fr negr: wear.
For sale low -for cash, bv" "* :-: :'
FLEWELLE -&,=BUTT,'::"_'-
jani '* : No 2 Co.lutmbus Bibek-

C LOTHING.--A .general. ,so.,,rtmiieiit of Ready',
M.icd, Clothing, just rec~eiv-ed ,and for sale at
the store of BELLISON &CO.:,
janl5.-, i ,- ,-33, Water street.

R CE--A fw tierces for -sale at Caarleston in-'
voice pri-cesy'to -close consignment, by -
... ... FARRIOR &'Co. |+
janl5 : 44 Water street.'!




-:. -". ,' .'* v .2 7 -'. -

.-..:; RecclveBe's Sale. i,
; +' **-' Benjamin F. Nourse, udmniliu -" : : "<"/ .
: ... irator,~.(de bonis non,) of es- ?-
T '. tare of 0 C Raymond, dec'd ,
:.- .- :';.- .. vs. ".'^ "
; 'A braham 4A lhison, Lurvr,'mg '1: ,
artiTr, Ba%.,ke el al.
X/ :'" l" a decret..,l ,;,der, 't'aide ill the
r- above n'a.en d ca0Se, D,--eenber 7th, 1S_13, by t he
-."=*- + Honorable Judge of the Superior Cot.ur liuand tor
S" a!.klI Gouqty, silting as a Court ot ..1ty, and
( / ; '-' bfvirti f the powers, thereby ve -: 'r. n-me, I
hall 6n.aturdAy ihe sp.on, dayv ,[rch n_xt,
proceedd ^i'- pell at Public AuctioLvfo tlie hlhest
'Oiader, the following described. p,/.pert\ to wit:
Lot No.. (5) five, in block 'P I. ,-hnated on
VWater-sreer, in the City of ApilachiCQl.a,-'tlnrty
4:: = 'eelt.on't by eighty fee "d,^p, having. there6n d
-. brick store of thr-ee stori.
-;------_ A lo Lot N o. (13) tlli1,iin, hi block D I., -it'ta-
ted on Commerce sit't Ilil :a-id city. thirty 'feet
front by eighty deep, having thereon a brick, biulJ-
lug oifitoije -story, hknovil* as tlle -'Plirpilix House."
.7 The titleL to conveyed by thls .;isale being -all
:.' he right, rifte aiidlntere-zt ot"0C) Raymnoid, late
.; OfSaid counry,,'and A K- Alli-son, III anld tu, taid
property .... ;
Terms.-One-fourtheashl, and the remainder ill
s' ix, twelve and eivhteen ,nonth?, with good joint
Sand'rseveral notes- for secu.trity, sati.-.fdciory to the
'-, ,Receivrer, and no title to be given until said notes
W hall be all paid..
BENJ.:/F. NOURSE, Receiver.,
.: ~ -. M. A. MAYERS, Auethioner. ; _
A :'. Apalachicola, *Jan. Is, 1S44. ..yl 3.__
S kiv, .!Jacksoll SalxeFsor C0.o,12' &
--__ +vs. ;-^.BILL FOR DIVP-,('E.
-P e y B o n ,, ., id
I~ ":.-rN this--le itis ordered, that s. the s
defendant du appear within threc or"iths and
:;, answer or demur to con-mpnannt's bill filed, that
the same will be take--' 'pro cun.lsso, aind thl-
..atters therein contazi'ed decreed]. acco ii '1'''l'.
-'- .. BENJ. G. ALDERM le,<,ie1'.
'.. J" YONGE & TAVJLOR, Cornpt-- S -
M. Marianna, Dec." 7, IS-. 1:1vcll .113m
Frank k u^ perior t!o o 11.
William L. nee Coriil.^ Bill for['ie.
VS .. 's. l lie.-cember Tcxin,
.:Elizabeth, Law-ien e,-Deft ; ; 1.-_--.
A'l.. the complainant by coinss, anId it a.p-
..... .peranngto the sat L),-tton ,,f' rhe Court,:-
,- d.eli4dant resides beyord tihe limits of ihe'T"ierri-
tory 4'fPlorida. Therefore it is conSideieit bv the
Court,-that the defendant do apperar liere on 0r be-
fore:/he expiration of three eaen.Jair ,,iL,,th from the
date hereof, and answer the complainant's ill ptf
7 + complaint, or the same will he tfikon pro.con.essb.
And it is further ordered'that a copy (it' this order
be published in the Commercial "Advert'iser for
three months consecutively. I
(Copy.) Teste, GEO. F. BALTZELL,
M o-sEs, Solicitor. Clerk.
-. rankllil Superior Colu'rl.
- ^ Maria Fredericks, A IN. EQUI 'Y ."
S :' .-- ....... Pet-itionforDivorce.
I) DAnielX.-W A, Buschenrdorf.
O N reading tile f"regoing letil-i0i A.9.,".-.
pearing that DaniL.M-- 1 id-.ntort re-
m.des beyond the linifs of this Territory--Jt is
I pOrdeored, thataa-lmng be liat-l bl;.'re 1w on tti:0
factsas charged hi the petition, on tile secori.r
M- 45oidl f' Mated; IS W. ._al-\1chichiola, iln the?
.e t' f Fraktin; and that this order bu pub-
-. Jished in one of the public n,_',vipapers in.Thisi
",\etr story for the space of three, nnnths bdf,,r,
i the time aforesaid.
.*- ,-:. : S.+,W ...OARM ACK; i
.":, l""Judge"Alpalachie,.,la Diitrict.
ffi xiwils, Solicitor.
.... "-.---A@&lachicola, Nov. 27, 1IS43. l t-31n
o'' Pranklin Superiojr ColUr'.
... ,John Banks, I I .; 7

' : s..... .1ATTACHMENT
^jpnj "IV W4lkern7 1 1mt -.' FTsff- 4&^
M ^,pbft.H. Watson-, execti Re-WiirnAt? to Do-
t r' f the last VVill and ccmber Termi,
Ji Ptament of- JamesC (1j
-+' -W'atpon, deceased. J
J.4 .I defendants and all others irterscted. aru
';.-hrerSy notified.of the institution of the above suit,
' tilhry are required to appear and pleljd aCo.,rd-
SI 4i 3m' Att,'s for Pl'tT:
+,]ii'. .-eierritory of F ionl-d a..
"-''SA'1M Tillinghast,)
ta. ,,. vttac1hment.
c-'IF." Hul(lbuf & Co. }
.'. efetiendants and all .tth,-rs irtere-ted will
n'' Jg;,etotice that Hiram Nourse wIill b,.-eXt-
^int-in behalf of plaintiff, in the city of Apal--
''lui1amn- 'day of Novvenber next.-
"5* '-_TXNG & TAYLO(R, Att'ys for PI'ff.
*t!ianna,-Oct. 7, S-43. ol4-4m
,49 .,.' .*'._ ,' '
,.Lckgou^8 St -ei'ao r *Cour~t-
'!.L Pin kard, .....
'itm '1 '' ,-I'ys". Pink1Bill, for Divorce.
-1g~i,. Pinkard. y-
' {,,defendant will ta.ftt -notice that on the
d, Monday in Novembe:,r.1,vxt the pl'aiinti&'
"fl^Peed to take the detm^tin-' Sieplihrd
JfJ'a.4the CourL House, in the tomvr" 'f Marian-
',fr~ich time and place the sa-d defendant
. i fi,tltd if he sees tit to do so.
,..-1-. : A. H. BUSH, Atty lol'ff. '
I -. anna, Oct. 5, 15-13. 1l4-^m '
,_(ckiion Superior cou,'l.

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it fi,-5,. i8.44,`: :d to'..
S C AD .S. (.) ,R -r M it, should be made bX.the Goverpments--that it tLe present- timated attie orprot^rtywi s.
0 U 1a might be as publicly known. as the Goveirnment, now eXtremety ratilt irih'.-w'Vtdh'hy--
-i ] ,, For -he Co~mereia Advertiser. and be always the same measure in every person's borrov-j .aoe :tlire, pTnt tlftStl-l ";'
VHI12 ^.32M M EME^ *hands.- This can be done by no power less than six makls,a Iuadredt Pqpc.rqt.profibtfs ix'. -
Tile STORM'; tcn D^<, /^>o &lUM-SPIRITlhl. the United. States Government; it would be imr'- astemanwhobsukalbairr.l f&)!S.aittrg,_.e-
o 13 6 W a ter S 15 ) P in t str eet. .-.....
A'b .W 1 3 6I, ^ ^ ^ p m e 5<. p ossib le lot in d i vid u a ls, or e ve n th e S ta te G o v ern la rs a n d se lls it a t sixk W i~ igh"pWi'
btT *A T... .A ,, ,- ...., .The Spirit is'coming in yonder dark skies, ments, to make such" a unilormity unless the laws which, in their operation, would compel.0'a
P KI_|_tg L UJ I A. TBL k L P /roprio.tor.
I-,.... And down to tier eyry'rhe bald-eagle flies, States should combine for, the purplose;-and this producing,[asseg that-wer "i"t-ym rdo,] lI-
Alldrew S. Cooke, And scream with alarm as the shadowy form. would form .a compact, and be, in Jact, a United price when.they ,bought, a6d,.v.erytshbia' "
COMMISSION MERCH.NT scing th' e whirlwinds to gai.ler.-the sorm.- Government .... therichtorecie hut half w^.ta.8g^.
'.No..5 Can, 'ral cor rchuitoolas st. / .* .' As te?'measure3 of .quantity' o not pass Irom b would nokt be more certain to operate iiS'nsttihe-
'- '-New Orleans, L-a. ..... .. i party. .t' .. nepa. the other, in thilexchange of proper- -producersand'arof heaItalis. -
Refers to-Messrs Harper & Holmes,, : The louder his thunder, tile fier& his ire. i' ty, but are lcal and'theie-correctness is easily I wilt gfe .'-an ptt ^,th ,-:^"
,janl5 tfin i-y Apalachicola, Fla. -lashing his lightnin's-the-sky i on'fle,"' tested, they cah ,be made.4y .^; individual who money,at--the presentt tilie., ..A.-z b& ,-a ]--
"" ,, .,A ....lhing i,,,,,,s f 1 .j,- is ,oil f ir wishes to nmanutcture thew 6 B t ani. mndlviduML ker in W a 6sWreet, finds tlat w.-bf vwg:i~ fe
,. G ,reeuwood & Ellis. ,, ,.a ... 7'"o and s ,e the is rightly, 6fdubidden to roake a note similar to a thousand dlo11arS "rom *a 3'nk ter rie,l -
AUCTIONEERRS &-V COMMISSION; earth, .. : :. Bank nole and Pass I a money. g68there ,s aoopptnity f rfiH-t'dofdf&tamof'
,ERCHANT-, -' A.. ; groaning, it gives the s"ro...hur.cane In order to bhow the power ot the monoolyof o e Stock,. He' boio'of rtk.B hii
dteriga ... n P "-'on -"I"willrelate-onettrarisaction of aw ly t ousand, ar;.,41 ratepf4bre..pmda4Jtpe'ik
"l a vanc''L -, ^o --oo *--. ,.' .. .. : -pest r p ie H house in the C ity of N ew -Y rk w the e r er al.f .
-~~~n howls thrug th foreip i'a in Wisconsin Territory. At thie ijand.8aitys 61"; nir on me g}>4u, 0;00 fio niety oa-y^s'
1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Gvrmtt this Hose itte &p O. AdolstruhAfoetadoelhsefleQ ^ s4id, furnished one ^75. iB., 5 er sftMi Tercrrart-neeil^-
'DEALERS NI" GOODS AND 0'OMIr'ISSION' And dashes the waves, as in fury it'rides hundred thousand dollars to buiy lands. The'set- discount rot..- OO00.pplleB .to..fl~e saa,lBj:-.
-.; .. '. MERCHANTS. The surges that foam o'er the billowy tides. 0 -. tilieeron thee lands had no the money to pay for ,te same day, and gets--his paper discounted :"the
;-.- ..... : ;.: --11Water Street,-.., ^ -them;but havinG, setled on and-improved them, .,Bank chiestrna.six .per cent-intarest; that:i's
nO'5 1 -- 1palachicola, Fla. : v right......were entitled to'tle ore-eompliom .right of pur. ,.450. ".-C., p Mechanic, whio has just finished
Old Ocean arises in mrgh cha'e at one dollar aoo tvent...ces per ':cre, Stea-enin and boi .... .
M cI K ay, Hl artshlorne, : ," ,, ...._ ,":''ii c al togdla w nv-fiie-cents p r are ,.7. m! ^.oiler, and has taket) a* note.I
-0, I A11, SS 1: N l A NTS, the wild raging storm that disturbs his repose; .. and, to ava l ttemseles of tinsiriighbt', they were paymentlor Im uH-1, apples to tne sate Ba'ni-,
El IteC14 A N 'Sch1 discount.-ri th t note /r hem Utne'l
No. 41> W waterr streetA nd tosses the ships and the steamers in glee,. l oblhged to -agree with some,-advance ands 'which discounts th.enote for-him, charging him
novel Apalachicola, Florida. And roars to the Spirit of Storm--"I am free! '..: pay .to G.vetmnent two hundred dollars for every.' :iseve per CSent. -ieftere3'.(.:ttja i; Nl'5. ,-.Eaoh-.or
a, 'a .. : 'one ,,ndredand sixty-acres. Now this House." Itnhoe, U 'ee ha- boug4 t h..use ofe t11e. Ima Of
W A P1 R a iu ,; . [ *, y v ..... .,,-.. 0.^ <.: -.. r. to favor the parties, contracted to buy the lad",, _oney dy i..t o y ^1 b. ua ., t
S1 M M I S S I 0 XN. 'ME R C H ANT S Now stronger and stionger the sweelming wind flies, pay the two ltedred dollars, and take tor r 6e .te Bank, and at rhe en-dL 6-nnety'da;s must'--
pa and 5"'e frater'nstrYeda,' musv'66
No. 2- N 5 Water street Asde'eper the darkness swift mantling theskies, money so advanced'the note of; the settleps'for; returned- to it.. One has paid he th me Bp-k,
.,.-, .-- paachicola W while 'rolling in thunder" and qtiv'riag in fire ,ur hundred dollars, payable ia four. years. with 'o .aforthe ug ar e
.iberal advances made on, Cotton shippea ,to t t- interest at fourteen per cent. per. annui, on the ;.^ ;-the next tas twd."l,-i^ ftietli
t,verpoil New .York .and Boston, and also fin The wh-irwind runs wild neath the/Storm- four htidred dollars. In'fhiP'mean time the set-."-5,75. .[rhcBank, we. atl hkn.ffi !''fl.^ e~
store... .. ..... . w nv ly w i d. .. .r .nw ld ,'. .... .t e s...... tiers must improve the lands ; and, if they-do rWio t scouted ary of these 'tte 1 P ^ S"
-r .. .. / -n T n. .. ,- .... . " -- ,,.. -, -,t: : ; find themselves able 'te reteem them, must fc:rfeit htished-that they were good. -.
-. J'Ei'MXAHDaY .-: ?,-!NII,', ". __ :[J 1 qut ^ pr n ss Fou y ^ : Le .... th ........ ' ... h... ..... ........ .
,.lMay dc ..... c . e empsea tp a u e e .rp rinii e i met e of Bqnkant a pa o
sto. e- Thnvbeauty of al ton di fierce .anger ytelds, .:-- duasit aidhaedot m l' ;redit 7 1teleju i=uy.
No. 52 .Vae r st re t, mi" dayimprove. s a rthotrt; andt,.if th&,!ld- ..t' 0 111j
x i' hen deeply relentng, withr pitying ete enor ff this
SE~ gi.an81 AY .A a a h e l ,F a - nd th m e vs; nd a bleto rthos wh th 'aem ,... "
H e weel -o e~r he wreck from the clouds in the sky House canaol? make. them pay a hea~y~advanl iractly..q. luke.rA'3.pF, a -d j c,,L t l :-5.. g
1 H harper &; Holmes, I .. *, 1 I IJ : for waiting a. longer p.eriod,.i..! will. probably kee. c'e~dit; _th~e.s~me ayuj, tbettiif.^'^^
COM3MI SSION :MERC:HANT,' -- *f ., : :y. i-. ^ vw,'' nc: -:,.',*:. A,. the lanid, and the settlers .and- te~ir, famiis will dti 'is-clii'ged .l7.5,;.Or,-*supp'oe- A. n~dds.a
No. 51 WVater street, 'Tstu t.a h "oqeo' shdo 13 -d 'b turned from their homes' w,,iti"hd means of 'barrel offfo0ur:'hle p~ay:Sor if;3,".lO..tB.) bm^V
janr2' Apalaehicola, Fla. As. Sh.outs'of tihe nations in.battle are. heard ;, 'i gubsistefice, after years of toil;"'T: only'sitate this' "the. same day and'-hour another-barrel of the samai
~cte, ,,and foa quhranest 6, ad h'u antero

---. ,-B fitt w he'n ilhe' ild cries of his victory die; as one instan cee there far e pro ra byl a t.. ..and. q"liy ... .'" ,.!-; & "~ *^ E y i anofe o
-- J, -]Da y., Co. ,sane, .... Humanity fails from e honme i; his eye. " extortionsWorse than this pra.iced.on het mesaqema.s charged.., A'.is Btlr n
COMMISSION MFER\.ARDING MERCHANT .S J, ..... I r !,. w .-. -zens ofNew-York. But .let ne how wha, profit i-:.n.-. .is, oricfer t C.; and ofceurpjs-Ath
dTabobeautxyr oen ,rl trot hisa fiherch an her isteuy, 1

A-ND DEALER IN GOODS, ... : -... ~- ^chman has to pay over'and ". pe "en. ir he' ,a th- eutn,-a. .
No. 52 W\ater street, ti ad aemn ft~!ptdJrteryA

a.n29tin Apalahicola, Fla -" For the Commercial Adverths~er. .,_,, per ann-irn-ea-lhji_adyanc~e of two'. hutndred d~l-. i-pootrithe taan -he Biore'iyfeigy
Jan2 tl1 Apalachi cola, ) Fla C.A RIT Y .2 .... lars: ;- t-o- ._ airse I .r ., r .. "* -..H.lii .ht tti o' s-.'at
.oaO_ ..rprt,,',lim es ,cV ", ,,,.,e -trTsr' O THE. FRENn.CH. "- Nork. enllemen, for 16U0 aer .. .. ,'-.s,, -, .6 ,e- .^. ..
No. Waterf e a One year' iruerest at 6 per -went ... ..*:"'"*., 12 ,, isod.uld 3 --th ch broker ,, rw afis.6 r
ial' Apaleid c onic Fla. : "" 'rl nipn ... .... .. .... business?." ', a a~f vryic -,r- ie ttB: ,'rldal"il&
B. __ is n .... ..Dine dans !e cetl pardonnera.":-" ,- ** ". - : ..- ", ..... ',. *:;'* ,.',,.:'* ... .. ," a^ o va,. :n .t ~ *^ a B~
DEALERS_ IN MISCELLANEOUS G.OODS, !. r< te WhIo pardon o rn the earth, .. : {-^ j~ "ers ,t6 pe et..--, .. "27 :vauueas much. it ig "i.St:m.y.Q}werm, I,:aoW .
AND COMMISSION MERGHANTS, .. God in heavy wkill par;dron i. -: r, f:a .; 4. :Oney ott Of the Banik for th'e lndtsomegffes
....No. 51 ,Vaterstreet, ".. 'Ti tu' tla / "' c "/ "i u r er 'r s; i ad o -is- fearZ' of bathee noura-h alf o fo{r i~eef".9399-00 ':.d

danl Iv A N, palachicola, Fla. "s"s ". ,h"- '" a nations in'batil he.-af --" :y .:-a. he 'mu ,,ea s* ina"- "tePrstra'-:pc nt..m........ y.48 I^ o tsa
E. R. FI-EVWELLLN." M. MS, Btrrr. ,- -God-like deseending on frail-erring mtai;" ......... -' .. .. i" 7- "i> -..- :"'. 238 20' 'seven per cent. or even more, as goq.flgs
,," Fleewelen d& Butt, ".: -.: Fi't whoc'an that enshrouidir, g veil uplift,: '*: : [Foiirth year's interest at 6 per eeht:...".... 1480& .can be had in New-Ytork ; andlbo..8.6oral ,ypws
.rFACTO.R & CO IS ON .... And shewt -ii aked heart--itslortuouspn,, ,,,. ....... ......... .'-,.-, d ht.-'os arot of
': .. .. "P PTA T *..ztl~nStm n ... T T ..- ,l cl........_- .uer pays ,.DyilS, .y--. .g2p4 0 orown contneest ;i au~twberk,'p:ha.V eaix.'hyrse~ir
::~~ ~~ t noSSk ;le;,vl cre of his victor)", -de a. ^ Wsone instanlerhd -r paysby iablyitowan quaprcntneet adwe!.*-pit

No,- olumbu9 ,oHum And many faultshf tmherhom ai y. forgi ve Note, '., : .-t an hi r -, i t400 rates at.. bank, as eu ro
(n.-., -i-bsral adane md on Coto hipe fDeceitfulness and prlde;- yea-rtajmelessfihings, '0ne year 3 iterest at 14 per cent.. ,^, ,g tow n smtme e'~ t a'montJa&
to New York, Liv,.rpoo! or Hav re. d25ymn, ,} 'That render m rrcy's vgil hopes s'til] to. live.c, i :.:;..(.=..;.)-.; ... ; ^ .rlwii. ,-,,;:, (*~. y- ... 'th(e sare "^ey3 tlrialf ro r' ^ Ibi"h6,er'cn^
' lKinIbrortsh & Rgidgvay, i O at, nbute divne!T~hv saintly snul ....... o Seon, ea smtr'stat14perceM^,,,. 88 ths o hmrhnsfi~ enhd.~r;
COMM ISSION AND F"ORGWARDING Sheds jo, upon teguilt, broken a i X: : 0. "- '- *Sir." says.-. thes.'; yuna....y _.e
':" .::.J' ,MERCHANTS.-;:: ... = . ?Its deep?-wrought sorrows sweetly to beguile;, ;Third vear's interest^ .a 4 per cent .vJ..... 72 78 uset~m 'ru ot'hrjwte ana Phairce~ffii4eh ts.' -a
-. =.,.: Apalachrcola, .FlondA. j v Pouting a balni o'er anl the~wotmded part..{; !:* ; ... .. ,,,;. ; .. o- ...... '- 'Nr ffb e th er-tet'neca '^
.- W^^KIMROUGH. ) .... *;Tepntn h usi doe "onfes^"^^ " ...... *' ',,'" '* '*:"' 592.(62 what is your:bunsnesg, sit' ?" .. ".: am'Sttieint.
,:V.l~l;''I )K~:R OUGH^A "( : ... :T" i'h peite wh hi.s *dot-o.f ssi '..,. Fourth year"s interest at 14p~er cent,....... 82 96 but busines,,1 is, vepv bad,-monev ia'an.QBw. a .lttl .
Liberal ad dances made on Cotton consigned to fi^r h on earth who pardons, God v'ill b['s?, Ttal '.......... .;.....; "675 58 ,me." *",p0"'ou fae Irthe use o the boat t
ou i,ends NewV York Boston,, Liver~ly or '^_ t.L S.: L:.,,,^ ^ .... ...: ,.educt this amount ..;....;.ovr,,e..rryw.l b.t!enyn.cet mes eaS ^^ h.
..... .- ..t : L Net gain i J yers, over and above 6 per .- Pdbustness?', ",Waamofc-ifr1^ ,^1r ;'l
H. i l[. H. AU.st1i, f!uSuRY, -THE. EVIL AND ']TiE R.EMEDY:',,ceI'lt* ifbrest on.$20 advanced.:.... .... 423..08.".Your ferriage, .sir." ,3l'.,yi$Art?- .#.. .,
: of......... .. ... Nut -y r,.sum ttyFt 5 ;sir,.as yJou ar ea hard-womgwan,,'sh'3,"
1; -. o. 50: N ate s street. b, ', v. er aO N er i cA e ... it e and.. .. ...... ..
aO Ap A pach. la c il. F .. F:h .;- %1m p. Ad%,per lls, ,of ..un ; "d r ,. 4 "' ,' .21.5 4. r ,.d,-"Z
Apatac :f Msla rt..

D.iB.eraW aovaes made on Ce6.Ton sipped to i -. "- f1 Muhi\e\' thiscsum b" 5 ^,i:
NewYorf.k a ,r novll: 1 J .f the Power of Ml.oney, an. .. .buses. "i sum. ........ .e......... _1 r
'. .. .. . I W hy do all these evils exist ?, -lhey are na- 'Net profit in 4 yeai-s, ove'rand above 6- :is no cushion : the, ctshioned ,eait,.sffi e O.fidi.
0 IOS. li. lIitelrel, tonal, brought into existence b, national laws, percent. interestaon the advance of,-". '.. .h.o the gentle matfibri'er", .... "
GOM MISS'IO NI& FORWAR2DtNa and- have thus Ybeen .' from times immemorial; ; ^-10'J,000 .......... ...^.,.,.. .... .211Xv.0.00. Why-not" as:" aII-pay- the' dtrierC-'en" c ^" ...
S -. I MERCHANT. -. therefore ,t i said there is no remedy fr them. All this h. ,as b9ee u paid, iby the-laborothese ;uf the boat. to cros tfid,.eriy'tt.pfy.-illfB
,vNo. ,33.Water st. Apalachicota. But thg trouble is that all governments .have Ie- men. Thtms we see that $Io0,6iX> have cleared, .enci?!'or the,pse,.Ofinoiteyd?^_;, ,..: f,,,,
dee7 ly atmd into being a power that has ruled the oer an b i c,:
B.ernler, t, a*.d 2-de tndu])erhalent to a9 e-- ewe- om!

,, o- A---, ^ ..... go-rmet n ad sueret to a- ..5- 'ev-,er er, $-211,540: and this has beh -done "" EtJROPE--.HER. DEBTS, ". .
-MISCELLANEOSlGfeDvinxv e tits32-7-t1 Tankper So

DEL- IRS,-m-.,,-ON ,,-CH,,-S "atorrfrly Y banks, ', hod without any labor on. the part ot tbe. c itatist.. The debts ;tE iropeisthe sabmet or0ini03
r, mu ..... *,~i^ ^ i.nonio thi ;B~fnopoly-of the boutites ot a; beneficient If eaclh,,of these settlers had one hundred, and saxtv .estig a'ticlei i a atae mlnmber~f.iunfc^sMa -ail.
-* -_- 'and ,acrifice tbe pooserty o^ch pepe o viul adthei laiie have laord a n o, uW~Olt except on IS heavid_inmdebt. Eac f tlie,-
..... ,l ,llifle,. Wall-street broker, who siis in iUdl'ment and die-- 'saved every dollar the,' could earn to-pay, th;,s-b,. ert u^TeTrnm tats pa^sata^e^m^it''~htf'
WH IOLE-SALE &: RETAIL GROCER- .tle ha .. "tne nation, shall pay him for nevolent .financier, who had so kindly, helped '.o.... ..: l tie-T ....... ^ "^ ^l
.. .. No. 49 W ater street..... r:e .... ....lfo-tnoo g a easureot value of its them in their difficulties. Thi. .i .. w rse.tha... ,qt' oty
-]aal -* .... Apalachicola, Flt. ,own ereaton. Th s monopoly of mine stops the pawin the laborer but hat f pie tor his toplert debt 3-.lto,,t i '. t igri; .ta .
de, ..0'.... ity thou art ano.. r i- I~ P, .- g .P .. ,. -n :utr r a , :& l

"ir A Nh'W I ltrad} .nanbu.ipess: 9f .the people, and the credit is absolutely taking from these hard-worling men .Ff the reyenue.., uot .at hJh .wt*i. "b sii"Drie
![<,.xiroibrtm wS-r'TT' ...... :'._.. i !of tt Gov:ernbnt hias no power to aid them, be- sthis enormous sum without giving tltir.he least Deb t about' 00,000.000--inite-rest' aEs 0 L00;0i'
E. M1. l U _lN. '1.1\I,, BU cauMe all contracts are baied onimone2, a82d con- etualent, Well might St.,James say that "the Y.. w ,n unhtn aetrf.N
.... ^ .. 1: ... treatedd to. be paid i this, the only measure of v~a, hire:.. o.ftelbrr h ae e~e..onte tX"'"c b,.., ,.3Wtrsreleo the Goabore..r-.. -h .av repe ..... .h ... .ht deb.-1 e^ exr ^ from the i.le me oywo
le .. .. s.tret, jf r '.h e Go.vernment and people. : -vA br keror.fieadr'whic, is of i ou kept back bytfraud, crteth : ,-,4W -abhad in Ne- York;N.q. q l ,
FTO S& aaecoAJIIISS 10 :Andnovei hd akd ,ar.......ruou..... ,-,s- -,-, er,

-.-;.::/ P! plahca. .' noll r"" "-a p. tty bank ha3 more .power than the Govern- arid the cries of themn which have reaped "shaft : ... s .... 7.h "eioh.rae .... ,_:. ;:
' ' Tt= .... -; Tr.r .. /._= meat anld the n a.tio n su*biiits to this- curse o-n; the surely -"eM-r into the ears of the Lord of Subs- .- ntrv .~ ,'' -. over.e t"??e t1 ^
\ v ..-, ,, ,N ",e ie-, et alL.the money in the c~ouitryv ~a. its oth." "52, ,,., .. '.5 6. ." -mOney"' "' 2 55 ,',.,eg 0
C~bIM~blONM ERCHANTS, Fo etnth5lwed orif' -bi ..- nnn., ...,,00. l~

I ^t I ;esnaed rft-may be so said-its legalised .. agaWin Let uts look at the Miney .Marketr. ,. 'ai.e? ...:?t: i ,a. .,. ii,,
;--'; ***,: .- "- "A,,a;,,,, ... vahe wottld rnot pay for sixaweelts'.food and! lo- n the oit of New-York, say this 3Jtth day of -oUand--..;...,..-.. :.:'800,)e000,t., ^-f".W^

't., iv ........ -- thiig ftor the. people, o the United States,; hence- June, 114,3 M4neYisno san to be vdplen- .obranpkfra t onthe Main, 5,Q%000,._' 7. 9,
iW A A '" it .l moropolised by a comparatively few eindii- ttifo, and is loaned with-.much difficulty-for good remen...: .... ..... :3,'000,000 ...
[ 0.lCNIEm ovl ly' H ,l-atnb 4k7;fa
'AMcKENzi E o l .duas, with the aid of the banks whose irerest security. A rich man. may note borrow iat from Ham i ".... ;.i:...71080,00 *--- ,:--. :
F-,.ar...r.i.o.t- irCo or acarice prompts them, to. thti'saIme6-course6 bf three to four per cent on good notes. not, having -J-,ennc, rAi-,i).... ,090 -_^
C"O O N , AND,-r, ,a, FO WAR at-- tnrwithout ,any:,special cornalationorcon-more than six or eight months to run1; 0et another, .. '"". ": ."" '^%00 !2 0," -S.-
I v ] ,-,UAN ., ,WAKJ1^G .... 1traci between them for the purpose. We might .who'has not all these advantages, although just as s.-.0.' ,,,m' -, .
N _MEo 1 rHA N ,S, ,as w -ll allow them !to hold -the- yard-stioks land good for all hi? obligation as the richest, w [ill in- u ria ..... ..........38N ....
ov~tlOvl," '"" \a,-ah;,ia Fla bus and then by.Iaw eompel-all to go to them the sae bank be, charged six, or e~venseven* per Betgian. .1: .... ;:._...g20,,00m.000 ;__,,.ba,,- .,oe.
: ... a ,: Fla to hzve the grain and cloths-measured before they,- cent. interest. Even now it is difficult to pro- Paptl~tates....... .....WyOJOJ01lf,,..--,i- Si. :-..!.
e* ..i '. B ]f, S iivwley .- "coulibass'from one person lo another,'and allow cure mcl-ev for a tertv'of years on bond and mort-" Naples- ,............126.00()0 ,. 16 ._
Y :WHOLESALE' DEA.LER IN DRUGS, PAINTS, .thei- to charge' fe miesuring. what theirterder gage at six per ccnt. intereSt, and .ten at. geveh' udsia....... ........ ...150"0,06Q ."f
'' "" -LS, GLASS,'&c.-&c &c, ; co sriences woul'permrt~them to take, each one per cent., because' the security is not that01on and" olav ....54S.;00.0.iw
;'. ......-No. 27'Water street, striving -to- get -tfaehig-est'prie *if they shttild- hioh eapitalisis wish to .loan. monay. .They .owisitpossieforthtevierne.rff<-jf: l&,l*
118 to m f diek,[uon tliptr h.f %t
., : "" Apalachicola. novI ly 'at- ay time measure less than tie usual quantity, Jish to loan n.ney in such a way that it can at ,ho kq 4 11 so thi ^^
.. ; .... .... -the Teasures would be in -greater, demand, and any time be recalled if t,,ere is a chanpein the ....1- ,0, l h l !o
Co... I,'0 ri -no -e) aopt a -sv'stem lof fre fae w-;' i tr h "
J. W^Woodlannd Co, ... cmanda-figh& pri i see, eason.whyy-,ldriey nmrkt. They 'hope business will soon Uavmen te ,, ,,^
L* C 0MM I S O i.0 N M E RA H A N T S, under just laws, there should beat: sarcityo_'the- Start, for %haen it again prospers, they willt-get pdn'[ halftniIlciyns''-do ars tN IT,
No-,8-:Commerce street) measure Of vulue ay moeta esures of le-At I even per cent.. interest; and. whni sqie r' the supporft`of royadalfyad^i''r^fl^ '
':, :- Niw Orleans, La.- .2:novl ly andquantity',,, -Te aaT e sure of value can, be as floUrishig they can, by suddenly calhng in theiries~by which .ill 1s evwhere.-^pheH,, i,,,v
0 cheaply made. to measure the'value as the Other moneyget the rates of interest'up to twelve, : Jagej r .ue an ca b iaid b^daay
TIholmlas Bertram, `# measures to measure the quantity. Both,-iBone eight n or twenty-four, per,.c'nt, per annum. If system .fdie .t'axato,!atoe.' ,Ho'w~sttft^-'".
COMMISSION MERCHANT, 'sense, are: made for the same purpose,'i4e.', ex- they 1o loan on bond and .mortgage, they wishiit ^Poie dat theoitaomithe'Pttufl
.. No, 54 commonn street. change ofproperty; one tests,-th quantity,^the to hd so secured by, the property on which iit 'is' ^ "-: ". ',
..... ; ; ;E ELEANS. novel ly other the value ,- the lengthening of the yard in-- loaded that it will be sore to b'ihg'enough tO pa, ducs.o : hi- :=orn.,,, ...p,
Wl,- nr= ..... Rif-h... .. creases the measure of length, but n.timore than- the bund and mortgage, costs, &c. When the love fo;tigners ,-t-ihan th-emsol y ^-
V: ll~llcirMI .. ... K.,-,arl. -the raising of interest increases the "measure of tirie arrives that money will bring ii teen or .. : -"
'fD~ DT s G'EI cTi tA' AND ,value.:; ; h .. : wenty-four:per cent. per annum, ifthey buy the 03 Early on a very cold molmn. . tv!uit,?
' A-'eneral assortment' fruiti, Vegetables, &', r he. measure of& i a oveableb and must property under foreclosure they get it for one-tal.f, profile-cutter called af the hotWiff'1Vva"[a
i g No. 33 Wer street. g "pass throughout the. whole'Nation, and'should be or one-third its yalue; hence the difculty of bet- inquired if h& wanted a profile tati..^ tA ', Apalahicola, Fla.N easily Iknown by everyJindividual capaqe of ex- rowing money on bond and mortgage; they Ekre was hi reply, ;-I want yours takn. fw. --
" J, KGoods sold on Coramission. n 1y changing property; and for -this reason, if no oiher,- not willing to loan on0 mortgage more than harf- door.: ; i "




'-" ."^ 'L Mariaffria, Florida. ',
Wi in te" Courts of Fran"lii, Japk-
-_W.. 44 W ington unties,.
'.' ..,., ]. e &: rTayor, <
....,:,. Marianna, Florida.
^ ^ UB,.Y6 ^^l^f~rar &U. W. Wfitti,
v'= ;, "lallaosgee, Florida. L .
*6vir*g aied themselves in the practices o
"th'7k de r the firm of"WARD & WHIE,
' ;. wit' lid regularlyy the several Courts of the
MIdd!d Apalaehicola Districts, and th Colrt
of APibp tt Tallahassee.

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f^!!IL UHI:1!TI\1U,,

* *'i t4 ^. .... ...-' -- *'
-offce t irid story Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
",ComlVwo &-' Cheasttut streets,
i f^Ayt -95MXLb lkftS, PER'ANNU,V
'--: -fK\i J."iyAwrETM -ADVANCE. ;^'. *--:
j ,fl a.." qf,, ten,.]Unqs-,or les ,(twenty lines '
S or m .r.PlF U roo Ptio,) conspicuously. inserted |
=t ti f i g rate : ,
O il e a ,.r ,. '': L iM '0 0 O n 'ift t th ; --. *2 5 0 :
,mn^..".,.... .7.00 ..-Three weeks,...-. 2 00
reStotba,5... 00 Two weeks,...... .1 500
"T['ffltiiwntto .....*.4100 One-insertion,....: A00,
TA16'sadertdiddftels; are sent 'withokt iny spe- !
-taLc " asto the number of insertions
_- i.,w~ltL .1 p inderstood that .they are to
"e pdlishe" UNTIL FORBID; they will there-
fore be continuedat our discretion, arid charged '
T-!ifcflWlbg"to the bregoing rates. '
*Wf Acdvletenie ts-otf which the term of pub- .
,Ptiou is .iXed iy law will only be, excepted
Sfromi he ,bov6 rile. w il
,,To 1 tiixb vfo advertise by the year a liberal dis-
count will be male; but allI advertisements not
!.j.riefMl:y.fpwtainiig to their own business; as
d ., all. egaL aYertisements sent inibythemi--
w'-iIc charged it the usual rates. ,;
.%`a'aftifoitiementi of candidates for office, will
Sfk charged FIVE DOLLARS during the.c anvas,
(.. 4l&9le in all' cales -in advance. .. i .
A0ll Coaunicatios. (when admissible,) .ofa
peremmi ot individual nature, or puffs of new
inventiorwrppk. &&c., will be charged for as
advertisei.,Rt- %t our discretion, ...

lMtkaet A. Myers,
*':. ;i., No. 28 Water street,

e,, ward Dill & Co .
i-..' No. 2) Water street- _*-:, :
U -Libertl adarance'imade on all consignrmenls-,
-,! .and business eatnusted to them will. be
,,i promptly attended to :
ReHftif d--LAN-E & READ, Boston. ,.
*A.(PM46VPortland,Me.-' .
I. I L TTVHir ,T l-laL1u\%'titi
.pjl b-hi.ota, AlK. '26.. y
:., ... I AB .t';t FURNFI V ,E, .
V' p 6-airs, Ni. 42, Water Sfreer,
4"1 ,4 l- Apatachicolai.
-- B. aIniltoat,
-. ; -' .N6; 47 rater street, ; -.
"<- eclly, ,Apalachicola, Fla.',:',

": y-.. *".^. '.. & c._.- -. ; .^ ,"

<;?.-"' Cornev Watertuid Chesnut streetst,; '
,t Ap4Falicola. ... nov1'ly -

i ., as.X. .,Francis,, ,
,,Nu. 2,6 | Bavtiy nea tRivington st.-'
;-,.'- N'BYORIK. novlly

*^H.; I Jr-,a esF aro- *;.
*."' ." .Apaachi Fla .Fh.1 : "
; =M ay always be fotnd Uthe office of Farrior &'
(SoiN.Il Water it. 1-eewould respectftily so-
lct'it the patroqnag. of hid riends and acqujin-
,ne dec25
.... Wl.- Sydney Gr en, IfL D.
"ARt, CvAEEN taiies this oppirtuaiiy of expres-
-.! sing hii gratitude to his pattas; and to assure
tbm that it shall be his constanendeavor to rcri-
4K@v hitelf more useful in his Prfession. I-
.Offide on Ceitye, near Water greet. dee265
", ,1 .'' A i a r d .
"iJS .'T.S. .W, 8PNCER hasiemoved 'his
J.I offl, to the Baltzell Buildingsjecond floor
twe the store of -N. Miller & 0o.- E, rance from
1WhAtRat- et., His r esideneei-s O\:Livea Oak,
vtkeet, formerly ei'edidence of C harl, 5Rogesg
Vsq "' ... ; A-! dee4
o I _i -,. ,,-0; "
..... .6 on & Owens,
;-*- .jj ~llILe and Troy, Ala.
W ILL praifiee in the. County and COcuitf
Court o|.the counties of Montgomery, 'ke,
COS%.Dal, D 'hrtyjand Barbour, composing he
^ihthJUdt.ial Circuit of the State-of Alabaia.
'7..... PODSOl] L. LIGON, :
; lr 'I; : Abbev'ile, Henry o., Aa. ,
'-' ., r HA$TiINGS OWENS, :;"-
...... ^-. -- ', ......-.. Troy, Pikceco., Ala.
6. Mcl -tr, nrn Ala.
I .bli. Jeffersvn Buford, Eufaula, Ala.
:|^e. Ia'E Belser, Montgomery,,Ala.
jJoiw Dill, F.rt Gaiues, Ga.
W" Mirk. Chester & McGriff,.Apal'a, Fa. .
J. ryr7 th,1844-. jan29 tf
'^y :. l aw. Notice,.
Mad tet*% to %le practice of the taw. HE
1i, repamd t ottend-to business at tl' County
" Clrk' OQffice, Apalachicola.

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FOR SALE.-75 bbls New Orleans Molasses
S -'561 do, Western Flour; -
S -0 do New Orleans, Pilot Bread;
30 do- do Navy Bread;
1 100 sacks Corn, by
feb5 NOURSE & STONE, 46 Wate r sit.
B"LOCKS.-2000 ft common, bushed and plank
assorted sizes, for sale by -
ftb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.

Cabinet Ftrniiture,
DETER HOBERT, No. 42 Water street, have
! just received per late arrivals from the North
the following articles of CABINET FURNI-
TURE, which he offers at;reduced prices:
Sofas, Sideboards :and Secretary's.
Dressing Beaureaua and Bookcases ;
Bebsteads of various kinds;
Mahogany Rocking Chairs;
Gilt do Cane Back and Seat,
Boston .do of various-sizes;
MalioganN and CurPd Maple Chairs;'
Fancy-& Wifidsor do of various patterns;
Ladies Work T-ables; Looking Glasses;
Looking Glass Plates;
Willow- Travelling Baskets, all sizes;
Willow Cradles and Waggons. jan29 ;

B AqGING.-20U coils assorted sizes.
For sale bv W A WOOD,
feb5 !423 Water st.
B" EEF.-20 bbls Mess Beef;: *
20 d4 Prime, for sale by
'Teb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water st.

ORK.--.50.bbls Prime;
.-For sae1' by

20 do Mess.

feb5 23 Water st.
50 do Nay3, for sale by
feb5 -W A WOOD, 23 Water st.
F-OR SALE.-10 bbls Cider, a superior article;
30 do North hiver Hay..
feb5 NOURSE z STONE, 46 Water st.
general assortment, for sale by :...*
jan29 S DILL & CO., 29 Water st.
COFFEE.-400 sack Caba Coffee, new crop.'
C_ For'sale by T L MITCHEL, ,
jan22 43 Water-gf.

H ATS, CAPS, &c.-100 doz Palmetto Hats
10 doz Glazed Hats; 6 do Mole skin;
6 doz Black Silk do; 2 do Drab do;
5 do Drab Wool do; 5 db Black do;
CAPS.2 doz Fu-r' caps-; 10 do Selett do-;
3 doz 'Velveteen do; 1 do Ring Navy do.
For sale low for -cash by .
jan29 S DILL & CO,,2.9 Water st.

IAY.-tI bundles prime Hay, for sale by
feb5 W A WOOD, 23 Water'sk"


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~Cu ~JLssl --~CIIBII~LL~--




PICKED UP .-Picked up 'rm the River and
Jt left in my charge, one-bale C'ottop a'peureni-
ly marked R | L."' which the owrier Sah have
by paying salvage, &c. T L MI'CHEL,
"fob.- :- 38 Water steet. ,




W HITE PINE.-15,000 ft clear White Pine
lumber, landing fmn ship Lyon, for sale by
. jan22 J DAY & CO., 52 Water st.


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iiaind on thatday. ., On Monday there was a dead
"* lsmado1f _elm'imaeet. The accounts from New
York, aid--ihngqdT.a"inactive and declining iar-
ket, ketp.'p rcqLhasers entirely aloof, and we heard
S:h-d-i[rap"6tiofis. On Tuesday, holders shewirg
P" !'66ne willitghess to submit'to a decline, some few
purehiesers again came forward, and that day's
`-transaction amounted to6 013 bales, at a rather un-
av -' ^tfled decline, at from 1-S to 1-4 cent. On Wed-
tneday there was ainore general, attendance at
:_'Y6 -rafeof the previous' day. On Thursday there
-4 r." ino'htir hpau'e, tihe Mail bringing advrices of
i"h:the BWit.riiia, tbaving been telegraphe-d. Yester-
a day morning ;'iAe acomts from Liverpooflup to
",4tt'\were received, and proved of a very encour-
'--ig'mg rafiu_, comprising an active market, with
"'-'-, d adrance"of 1-72d. Our purchasers imiediate-
l entered the market with great spirit,'and the
:**t'ecliqwiluring the week not only was fully ie-
."6-bMe, but a further advance of 1-8 a 1-4 cent,
,WA. in mtnv instance, realised by holders-in as
i rfuch that ,wve. now quote the market at its close
on' Thbursday. 'The sales amounted to.5,775 bales,
Per steamer Siren-Dr Hunter, Rev A Bloomer
.Harti *ail Coe, M L Caveret, Messrs Cunnidgham,
Oliver, :ti mines.
PNr steamler Gen Sumpter-Messws L B Wood.
1y,.TOrman, Bradford; r ;.
'-.2.'Per steamer Apal'achicola-Mrs Cadwallader,
Mrs Maclay and se rv't, "M\e'srs Adkins, Prestoh,
C R O'Connor, J Porter, W B Wynn.
I m .per steAner Tallaha??ee-A--\essrs Conklin, Da-
-u.a&^JR^nerThomnas Shenrdn.
Per srr'er-Atigusta-- s,'sr J N Webb, E R
jtqiniond, Rpobinson-; ,
Per 'stean'er Lowell-.-rr. Mills, Mrs Rogers,
Mrs Ragan, "Mrs Raan,, sr.. Mrs Gardner, Miss
Rogers, Miss Cross. Rev T Lynch,- Mpmsrs Mills,
Regan. Gardner, H King, J P "Ellitt, I1 N Craw-
fbtia, S Q-Cato; J C Browd-,eT. L\Vooten, J Ghant,
A T Befinet,, \W B Guerrv, Bass.
"Per steamer C4ialesion-"Mrs Regan, Mrs Grant,
Misses,' MW~s Regan, Col Re-gan, Bar-
row, HCr'ensh.\\, Alexander.- .'-
Per steamer Sir],n--Messr. Hardin, Elis-
Per steanier J t Smith-AIrs J M Davis,. Mrs J
B Gilbert, phild and servant,'Mrs G W Collier,
child Eindsprv't,M'rs E H Martin, Mrs C Smith,
I\Mrs S Cock, Miss K Matthews, -Mis E Davis,
Miss H Dav\i, Miss -J Davis, Miss S E Collier,
Miss S E.Collier, Miss M F Gibert; Rev J Davis,
IDr.Giltert, Messrs J P Cock, G S Gglesby, LS
I.. Gttirei- M Roby, A Wylie, C Gardner, Chas H
"w ..*Aslin, .Dham, J B tubertsW H Howard,"
Master J ibert. r i. '
', lA~t(EXPORTS. : ; .
!-" "PROVIDENCE--Per brig Cynosure.- 41bales
c o tto ni :' "' "* .-
NEWV YOR K-Per Ship Liverpool,-1359 bales
Per barque Gent.ieMaf--474 bales cotton. :
,; Per brig \,Iarv-551 bIhs cotton. IN
(, NE\\r' ORL;EANS--ier schr Gladiator4?-192
Wales cotton. 1 .t
.Pet, schr Excelsior-200 .bales'cotl.:,n.
'PerschrBoston-11-0 ballescdotton: ,-
'" -iPer schr Jo.eple Ileen-13i 0-bales cotton,.
'..., IMPORTS "*
"*nE R -POOL:-Per ship Rothschild--2600scks
^ai ti ord,,r. ; ... '.': ." .-
S,'i", .AN.A--Per schir Mas; as it--325 casks mo-
s 3s, ?42 .qL:s_ .,5eaks ch^e:,!'to BEElli
.p .n, :?,TsMOUTH-Pei barque Globe-13 tons
I a t t o ,i .t ,. r :
.NE\" YiOiRK-Per barqme Gazlle-IP-1. pkgs
.nl> to Dod,-re V- Gardrner, 74 do Nonr,; &- Stone;
40At ,SS.hilfer;, "r"o P Hobart: 3 do 1 Pt Tay-
iot.. Co,; 42 do V l arishorne.:.l do
M'lbonk- \-'.-Kenzie; 11 Jo Flowellen .\- Butt; 1
do Ny \.- r C Kair,: 1I do Harper &T Holmes; 5
do. r.?-n : 19 "13` l';llison tLo; 105 Green &
.. :- C onr,,-i- ". "-
131- Pi! raxli" afhtfan-l1 rks nirf ItM MWright;
CS F' I dn Mclny k-Tartsborne; I
., ", S inii ,; 2 do Morn- \'. AMcK_-nzie: 1
dd rp X: Holmes; ]0 do Green'l (',,roni-ry; 2,
,do V( ] rter &6Co; 11 do T H & C H Austin;
5 hmre,;F htNio nrhi'd -. " ..
NI:\V 0'RL1L,\N-.qPer sch~r Jl,,.'.--23 pkgss
1. 11z1 to N r ._ 1).:, eli; 85 do Tillingh,ist. Stark
; 0& C; 10 do.:,-I R Tavlur &-Co; 9 hhds suI.i?.r, B
E Ellisin ,\ (C'o 20 Lbl; wliiskey, 20 do mol-asses,
Knir-n,)., Phi(i, \gav; S pkgs mdze, W H >aik;'
1 1'3 bli flo,,r, A[cliv yk IHdrtslhirn-e: 20 pkl;q mlz,.
"*A." ;'- Jon'? 2. ; "' lIs pork, 24 seks- c,-,tfee, HF r-
r -?perAlol i; n1 cask, bic,-,n, 10 bbts pork, to
Nourk .X&: fitlnl); 100 pk,-:s Green t'onnery; 40
bbls ttur, 30 ^cliseoflee. 15 bhis '.vhxkey,'Shhds
.)gia, bxs toba:e6 W G Portier GCo; 55 pkgs
,.P ide; 40Abbltwhiskey M A Myers.-
SPerlhr Mozar-i911 ?,ic-[s salt, to order.
,/ ^ MOLE--Per shr Pearl- '*00 sek sal\t, order.
_.\ rREC.EIPS (:FPRnUCE.:'
"'* Per ErQ Elizabell Caroline.--112 bales cotton,
:;t 6. J [La^ V C o . )
'iPer stm-?r. Siren--64 bales cotton, fo Lockhart
& Youn 11 PerrO &. Dick inson; 3 Ch~ester &
.McGnff:15 W G Iarter.&-Cd.
Per slot Sot t ierter--167 bales .cotton, :to .D B
W 6'vd o. ,. **-:"'' .. : .- *
reeT st~erer Gen .jinpter-225,-.,ton, to
order lOresto,:, & McClav ; 1Io Iimbron~gh ,\"
.K.idgway; I0 Nours & Sto'ne; 6 bale- oiqraburg-,
':Ia .& C,. -"
*.,.Per stear?.r Apalachieola--30o balp:s enttnn. to
Ch"s Rog 29 Pre,on &' MeCiay 42 WV A &
p c Kain; A Wyvlie; 36 McKav & Hartsl),orne;
7More^ .& Kenzie:,30 Leek h..irt & Youni 184:
,G Pote Co ; Day, te.o; 75 B Eliison
S S Lo, .. i *' ...... ." -' _: ,. :
Per steamny Tallah~ssee--l'9_ balCT cotton, to
Harper& Hotes; i':TRees. '-.
Per sfearnc A~u'usti--128 bal'es'otton, Flew-
te..en&-1 BtHK^ W A & P C Kain; 7 Harper.:&
Hlm~es;, 233 er ; 97.,Lockhart'8 YoMnS: 212

Bl5,Fison W-", 30 J fay & Go; 5 Perry &, Dick-
.ins ri "' ". I
.ersteameLowel-ll bales cotton to Hill;
.ta*son t 50 WV A &- P C Kain' 8o0 Locthart
-. Youhg;.23 harper ,& Holmes; 153 MIc.Ka, &
H1.rtshorne; lb Moore k, McKenzie; 13 .1 DaN &
-Co; 5 BS HIa ey: 20 \V G Porter-&- Co. "
P Per stpafier hal'leston--,150 bales corton Lno-(,
*hart Ic0oun,-31M0 IV A & P C Kain ; 3.35 J Day,
C, ; 44 M"A & Hanshorne; 8 Moore \ MeL.
,eazae; H Far.)r &Co 8 W G Portert & Co;
rl -fatrtIa J IerJ.YSmith-i93.bales cotton, Lock-
e Yf0ij9v 0 Kitubrough.4 Ridgwav; 57 J
&'Co; 44 IV l, Howard- 101 H B Kirnb.rough
r.steamtr Sirei--17 bales cotton to Lockhart
"Qung; 6 4 S I-.Iley. "
,1. ,rrqe--2S bales 'otton Green &,
--' ry; 7 MeLay Hartshorne.
Pet. -'Y, tsone .
P r ^ 'teamer Bost--123 bales cotton, W A &
,,.vk. 214 Lock art & Young; 73 Tillinghast,
1r0 L 175C Rcgers;92 Preston & Maclay;,
640*'oc & 8tone: 31 W A Wood; 27 D B
Perba la h
Porte a S a---43 bales cotton to W G
-or & Co.0^33 Prest^ & Maclay: 28 H R Tay-
Per box2.. Dawsot-40 bales cotton-to order.:

L'.-.--Oe are akLaunch
7B su table fo '3ste0f Boat;
ne ne%%rcedv5 y i. ,
-will be sold iodJ a wth mast and sail, which
5" -t \2 1V G PORTER& CO.,-.
.L .- .. !, .;.. i\ \ 41 W ater st.
"eHAES .ust received a few_
-i setts ooach a" -Buggy: Harness.
"*" ,. Also' e'fco Collars and a few
ivi' fthios b-est{ D ray uqar and Harness,
...ic. will be soldlow for cas-by
w4"' ". 42aer street.

rT-HE eminernt Musicians, who have met with
JL such, unbounded success at Ch:irlesK'n and
Savannah, will give a Grand' Vocal and I--tru.
Inental Concert, THIS EVENING, at the (-'oun-
cil Chamber. feb 6

THIS establMhitnmt is still kept up in the best'
,' > and neatest-style. No pains nor ex-petise is
spared by the- proprietor- to render all comftort-,'
.able who favor him with a call. The table is
spread with the very best the market affbrds, and
the series of the mostfattentive servants are se- .
,cured. Feel ing grateful fo4 fo rme-r liberal patron-
age, the subscriber hopes to merit its Continuance.
: '".- BENJ'N HURD.
Apalachicohl, Feb. jst, 1844.. leb.) tf :

Alexani-cia Lottery.
S, CLASS No 5.
Tu bedattn alVeiaanrbia, D. C.,.Feb. 5, 1;, 1
'".,/-TWELVE DRA NV BA.LLOTS... ....
* 1t lPRlZE-OF ..3.^35,2^;;...IS..... 4 ,oc,4
S .... *,,...- .... 1 000, ........ 1.1000
*. 1 ". .... . 6,000.:...". .... .. ,3,00 I.
-" --........,.. 3,895 ........... .. '3. S95
6 ... .. ; ( 9_'2,'5 0 0 '. ; : 1 5 ,0 0 0
S 10.: .Q ..Zl .. ..... ... 5,OUO'
"i 3 ...... .........-. 1. oo, 1.. ...... 6,o000

,,,0.V "* *;,T. .,... ~ ,0.... 8 ., .... ... ..50,000:
,:66)..\ ..:.';..... .. ; 500. ; .. .,. .. :.. .3,'00
13 .'.. ... ..,.. ..,100. ,..... .... 3,6 00

.-66 a,9.'.o .... ..;..- ...o.-0..2..... ; 3.00:
; ^ ***-^ .....,.-. ..4 ........ :.. ,

2 .740 .. ... ....... ..10. .........2-7,4 0

30,316 Prizes..;.,.. .... .amounting to $5170,"'-71
Ticketz !10-.shares in .ojpc-rtn.'; :
For sale at the A gencc of .. ,-
J. G. G.REGOR; & -O, Man. ,
.27 Water-g'et f
A~alachicola, 'Feb.5,. 1844i "-
Steanme6, Lowvell. -
Standing"A. No. I.-" witlhall the Insurance Office. "
--- THE -3plendid and subst,;til
S ff^.' ,fast run,,,,ning steamer "LOWELL"
'^1J. T. Nik,:. Master, will ply re-
.. .,. A.... ul~arly every 'veek. between' thi'
c.ty and Eulatiila, touchinz and rrcghtini at all
intermediate Towns and landings, amri .,vill take
Irei._lit and pa;engers at rates as low as*,a b,-1
obtained on the river. In gnod and safe stages o'-.
the river, which ill-A1probably be during the
winterr and .earl spring, the Lowell, will run re-
.gularly to Columbus and. intermediate landings.
The Lowell iiLot'surpassed (or accommoda-
tions and comfort, and it is intended she shall, not
be, by anyBoat on the :Chattahoochee river:
Those. who shlp by; her. may rest assured that
their Cotton or Goods, wi,11 be delivered as quick-
ly and as sajul, as speed and care will accomplish.
: : -'.- '" Agents, Eufaula, AIt..
-- :: :MOORE & McKENZfE, ',
feb5 tf Agents, Apalacliicola; Fla.

_,_ff FR 'LTVRPFOOL--T t^ al ^ ,-,,_
,Jig^ Br. ship COURTENA1Y GSe. r:
ner, mFiast er,.wilL meet with desppamh>,-
For ireight apply to 0 .- .." y -a

FOR 1,11R LI\RERPOOL. _.Riid barqu6
jo ,r -1,ERT WATTS, JOhlon. n'ater, is
,i a nnw dischargirnaf~tn .d .Ji 4re ., to-
-now (j.cj ,"i -
,._ .,ip ,'

^ ^ -ASE.,s .....n^^ ~ ltl
dee sp lelrtch IIIfg~p a Ilw -
dee 0 R_ L .' -- NE M,.

have im -ediate desp..atchi' .
1 u.bL).h los cotto,, ,:r P,s :,e a'p lv -^
ian' N(UR 1E'E,r ',-' -
d e ... 9 9 Il" ,q r.

^The stshv"'" )
.Sag .Dr'aper. nmasteri, wil] s.. ; h , .d
ate despatcb. For Ite M" Or ;Z.^ c-" .'
* superior, aeeomtr,6datioh~s.apl2ply ofani/-',,v.., ',,: -
a 12eb5 B. ELLSON & CO., *3; 'v ^:
" ^ I'FOR NEW YORK.A v i" ,-' : -\
E t ,The C a ster, hlas nv{,( ,. ,. -.)A
*^^ enffa2oed for balaance o" "rd,,.- ,, .i'-"
,. ebS:.:. CHAS. ROGERS..2 ; ,;: ,:

,barle-<-JAZELLE." AIReI{: mn .-...-;,ven{:
a^^abu.ut 1 _"(h.le4? h)-y '*ormpset. i.e (, car.;,...
anted-ill have dcesloater,..reht ,77*
aptply' 'K MIcKAY &Sa. fo-,H,..
"e-) B -E I Oa'.. C ,, -,
F okn-asyrj'h I(a- m ;2f

S^^HATN' Wrn-I. .Doan, .. .. ,
Meet wit.^df iratclan ce r rf.-.;. .i.,
"",age. apply as ab (".^tr,_ i '"
_^ 'my. NOURSE &-:-O:NE ,7 4^ ,
A .ForR ^aN2W YORrK.:-_Tjii," .-xn

j^ brig REP^'tr.,, Gates, jnl.aT, tr ., ,* .;
:ut .her entAre "lear : ,a, d---,-,-.: ,.:.,,
onh,, applh, asi ab~o'e, c-r fo ;-"^j-'?;'"-
feb5 .NQtTRsEl &. sTo"E,. w\\,. ,, i ti.

j,^^fast sa~iting1..barque W'AB'BA-JH, i ;.,, ;
an- il master, will meet 'ith* dc-^ut.- .
trei~ght of *20Ulibales cotton .or 'as~ai-1 r. ' ;a
aboI'e, or to NOURSE .'ST ,^ '
.-an20 .) 4i? ( ,:,.-<
.^^FOR NEWV YOTRK--Tliee- 'n. "'7 w
^^^ship ANDREW . hlas halt "ier arg, .
on board. p 'or balance of,or. ei l-t,;ap ,-,
jani 5) w-'ici r. 7)

Agency Rank1f of:.CW1111',6011s
TIHE subscriber, AGENT. ol tt_,-AN.'
is authorized to purchase E.chi ,:i ; (
North and Sterling Bills, i.:d .to hC ,,A ,
**'*^ i 'd ( rleston: .. .. [ .' wr
^'^'^'" r-.12._L^iRaneP^'3,- ['.e, ,l *rl :,
-^-~^-"' A MMU;EL C ,,--'rN.
Apalachicola, Jan. pGi .& /air=',. -.

ING CO.- Capital .: "' At,' :..a
ed to take risks against the '_eEas River. a f,, tr':
(j-. Office No.I Colnrpbys Block.
JAS'. KELLOGG. ,\-, t..
Apalachicola. Jan. *?.',th. 184T. "- :.-1 .. ,.'I

:-" :, ,"; <'- CLEARED., ;-*
Ship Liv-efrool,.Coffin, for NewYork, byJ Day
& Co. : ,
.LBarque Gentleman, Morris, for New.York, by-
'G R opes. ; .
Brig Cynosure, Macloon, for Providence, byt B
E lliso n (2',o .' .
:Brig Mary, Richardson, for New York, byM-'A-c-
Kay S & -tartsliorne. '" : .
Schr Gladiator, Baker. for New Orleans. ,
Shr Alli iaor. Burge.-r. for St Marks.
Schr Excelaior, \Voodbury, -for New Orlean?.,
-by-N-ourse- -Strone. .-
Schr Biston, Perk in?,'for-N'. Orleans, by Dodge
..& ;G :rdaer., *,: .. -'7 >. .. : : ;
.. Schr Josep Hlen, Ryder for New Orleans,
by HD Darden. .
rBBr Ii shipRothII Ihild, Fe ", 5'66 days fm GlouceIter.
Eng., to master. -
*Ship Ceylon, Cook.=Tom Boston to CRog0ers.
Barque Gazelle.-Allien, 18 days fm New York,
to McKay & Hartshorne.
: 6Bar-que. Globe, Glaizicr,-from Portsmouth, to
C Rogers.
,',Bri, Manha lnn, Doane fm iN York to Nourse
&f Stone. -
Schr Octavia, Churchillfm New' Orleans.
Schr Swallow, Sh innon. fin New Orleans. -
Schr hMoxiir, F:trlimJ, fni New Orleans.
Schr Mass'a oit, l-raper, fm Havana, to B Elli-
son;& C, Ga "
Schr P<,trl, Dt.n1 n{?lr', l \ll Mobile. -
Schri" tElizabethl C,aroline, \Vilson fm St Marks.
lonp l1therner. Allen fm St Marks.
S:''Iamer Cinhnpion, Cadwallader, fm- Mobile.
$ Steamer Afigutla, Cadwallader, fm Columibus.-
vSleaimer'(_'harle;toh, Freeman, fIm Columbus. -
St'am'er L,,W,;ll,. Nile's, 'fm Columbus.,-
Steam'er J.1t Y Smith, Smith,, fm Albany.
Steamer Gen Sumpt-?r, Tliopsoin, fm Columbus
St eia -r Tallahas,,ee, Ma rston, fm Columbus.
Steamer Oriole, WX'oudrntit, fin Colu11buIs.
Steamer .iren,.SliarIless, fin BainLridge.
Cotton box Mary Dawson. fin Iliuwaynoeliu-
w ay '"-- -.
Feb. 5.'-Sh.,ops anitl liters uot included. ,
'-" SHIPS. '
Roth.schild (Br) rell. 647 tons, fm Gloucester, Eng
'di-c:'hl i,,iig,- M aster. .. ;
Geylon, <'',,1, 423 tons, for New York, loading-
'has? Roc,?l's.-" .
England,-- (1B3r) Bnthby, fm arseilles, waiting--:'
W A& P CKan.'
CourtenaN. (Br.) Turner, 608ftIohs. for Liverpool;
wailii-WA & PC Knin.
Gardenier. Patten, 346 ons, for :New ,York, load-
ing- No i.irse L\: Stone.
Lyons Ryan. I 437 tons, waiting--J'Day -& Co.
Mary & Suan" Weeks, 392 tons, loadinig for N.
York-D B Wood & Co. ,
Ocean, Willard, 566 tons, -\aitin--Mast,:-r.
Tallahassee, Hadley, 4S9 tons, loading for Liver-
pool--J Day \V Co.
.Troy, Hills, 52"5 tons, waiting-1- M Wright.
Gazelle, Allne,, 2139 tons, loading for New York-=-
AfcK 'ty k ,lartshorne..
Gtlob,:- r1sier, 817jt J4or, i.j ar4A-iQAt
'.- i n. --o r-,-.; T .-". "* '- .... .
Wabash, Tialbot, 298 tons, -for -New York, load-
ing-Nourse &_-Stone. 1 .11,.-.1
Br. Robert Watt, J-lin.%rn, 491 tons, for Liverpool,
waiting-J Day & Co.
B R IG S '
N L Jones, Tyler, 220 tons, for New Y ork-Har-
per & Holmes.
Gertrude, Saunders, 154 tons, loading for Boston,,
E C Scranton.
R VV Brown, Tatem, 193 tons. loading for 'New
Yo-rk--Wm G Porter & Co. : ," ;
Marnhattaii, Doane, 246 tons, fron N York, wait-
iI ,-,-N, ourse & Stone.
Re'opublic, Gates, 169 tons, for New York, load-
i)-,;--'Noir- ,A -Stone. "
SCHOONERS. ", rDraper, for Havana, via. Key West,
l.\adling- B Ellison & Co..- -
Mozarr, Farland., 93 tons, loading for N Orleans--
M aster. -
Ro1nlo. Young, 133 tons, loading-for N Orleans,-, [
A ;a.-:.ter. -
A0,?iI*Ini, Eldridge, 90 ton--. waitlnnr--'ramer.
Swallow, Shinrn,.,n, 112 tons,, in N (Urlans, dis--'
c],l --iiiug--M u~sier. ..
Octavia, -1inrchlll, 149 tons, fm N Orleans, dis-
:l. ...iig M ~ae. i
Pearl, Dinniaer, 73 tons, wailing--Masier.
General Washia-,:ion,. tley, Fromi Ky Aest-
Master r.

T HE subscriber lhas leased the eestablishmnent
Jt formerly known as the _" MECHANICS &
MERCHANTS EXCHANGE," for the present
year, and will use his 11t1o0t exertions to please
and render his patrons comfortable.,
The OYSFER ROOMS is well fited up, and a
party of gentlemen can always be accommodated
with oysters, and other refru.,hiiients, without
being disturbed.
T,,? BILLTAR1? TABLES attached to-the es-
tablisnment, are in good rdbr, and the prices of
billiards reduced to twenty-five cents per game.
The stibscriber will remain and keep the
House open during the Summer seas,,n,and his
only desire is toplease and ne'it aliberl patr,--ae
SETH P.-LE1\rhs."
Apalachicola, Feb. l-t. l.P44 fiob.l) tf

"oV, zThe sub.i d1bers having establi-;hed them-
selves in this city, respectfully informs the public
tha ihtey have;on hand, and Nvill at all times be
ready to furnish, at the shortest notice, Marble'
work of every kird and quality, including .
Tombs, .Tablets,- Head & Foot.Stones; "
Mantle Pieces and facings;- .
.-Beaureau-and Centre-Table Tops :.
Counter Tops and Fountains, &c., &C.
;Insh6rt, all articles usuallyly found at an estab-
lishment of the kind. !'W.e public .are respect-
fullN ,nvited to call and examine for themselves,
,as only thus can they decide on our workmanship
QO- Orders by mail, will be punctually attend-
ed to, -and shipped to iny of the landings on the
river, carefiully packed in strong boxes.L
,"--3' The Marblte Y-,- .-,, Coihmel& -
immediately in the rear of MeKvy & 1artshorne's
-Staoreo-.-.Oie nwmbelr-of the firm" will be in con-
star,t attendane. .. .-- -- leb3 tf
W"r-Tj, ICE.-Six weeks after datef I -hall apply
- t,1 to the Honorable Judge of the County Court,
of Jackson county, for letters of administration
on tilt- estate of William 0. Kenan, late of said
county, deceased.- JOHN TANNER.
Marianna, San. .'oth, 1s44. feb.5,.ow

E"XCHANGE-Bought audsold, by
dec 4 Agent Bank Brunswick.

ADVANCES ON COTTON.-Liberal advan-
ces made on cotton f,,r shipment to Livef-
oHavre. Boston or New York, by
-A'. "es on Cotton for sale, or shilpment.-
York, Boston or Liverpool, are oflered by
--: ^ ...... NOURSE & STONE,
jan8- 46 Water st.

Q ATS.-50 bbls Oatsifor sale by
*: feb5 W A WOOD, "' Water st.
.Auction Sale.
On Tuesday. Feb. SIh, at 10 o'elsol,', .1. .1.
0O NE Side Board; One Sofa,
One Beaureau ; One Candle Stand;
Two Card Tables-(alt mahoany .)
One Matriss; Two Bedsteads '
Bed and Bedding; Eighteen Chairs;
Two Wash Stands; One Carpet;
One andle qtand. "- r
The above will be sold by order of D. G. Raney
as the property of Jas. B, Starr, agreeable to a
Deed, from said Starr to Raney, exe--me&--r-.ttrm
3(:ll day -of October, .1843.
S. DILL, Auctionepr.
Apalhchicola, .Tai. 25th, 1844. janT2 ot

N OTICE.-Six months after date, I shall apprl
to the Honorable Judge of the Co:mtv Court
of Jarkson county, for letters of dissmission from
the administration of the estate of John S. Ran-
dolph, late-of said county, deceased."
FRANC'IS.R. ELY, Executor. "
Marianna, Feb. 1st, 1844. feb5 6m

T HE subscriber, -,ent for the:-E1n'r ,I1-;k :,-"nc c"
Co~mpany.,of I-a~rltfrd, :7-bil*^'^?'e,_; rn
issue policies of Insuraneeaait-t'Sp an:i ij,..
or damage onf rivers, on favonble t trrnw.- .The,
_.",pptal _of the aanove c~k_,i ,an",,is lap e Iiti es d
fppitilui ~ ~ ~ ~ g tle~vwnavilaried invested
in the ifest possible man'&-Fi: iits',Setti,,e,-,t
of-losses has alwavy3 been iproiripf.-. id Ir-.,
D ec .-25 DAN1L -J.'D .';. T]HE ,ATLANTIC M7FUN -L .-,-,CE
CO." of ththe itv of New Y-r-'-,in ,-
appoi nted flhe subsc-riber. e'^ ,... i:..
are respectfullV inhtlrmed;, 1Tot he is,:,;p-rt:- to
receive applications fA-,InsutranV n~re .i,,,,
_1: U -. ._, ee- ._ m ..-.
risks, at his Office over D'G RYnj e slL ,re
HENRY_.L'rA. ...,
Apalachicola, J1n-.l St, ls..4e- '- ; iia .,
T HE subscriber, duly a*,np.fin aei r,..
1 Protection Irsiu-ance ompaix. f of lait-ibrd,
Conn., with fill powca- to receie ar,,sat^.ed
to issue police s o.n a.-, l'vcrat I ,-.Io -r
good offices, is prepa'ji-d to .iiure ag-a nstios'or
datnage by Fire, and also t, take .Marije fcai'jin
land risks. The reputation ot"Hiis'cjy'mi'a j
settling losses wit'h lpromptitude and,-i"^,e,-l'ty'Ls.
well known. D .
dec2--"5 i t 5 tgt--r i-.'
-H-E-"NEW YOR FPU-.TI2-_.N-. ^:
1 A".NCE CO." ,\,I'dh a eopital Of b
.appointed the undersig e.k eir .Agenit, r.oas.. .-
Ijisura-ice in the 'i Apaliach-kcrla andftj^.
cinitv, on Cqttoi*-'" Wae'o,11 ., ,'eds. P'e%.' "
or oil the 11 r, rind every -ot'her'dp,4ripr of
_Aerclianj e- Also, oli
an.ild- Ter buildings, H,-,sddF irre,-^-,
against'loss or daiage hv Fire.-- L'cw s ,p-flQf
adjuste-l.d paid. Appticatiohis-wilt4^,iv< iK.
media.V attention at the Office of the'. Agtnir.C,
ofe7 D. G. Raney's store. Wtteifii-rrept.S :
'HENRY ... --CKS - -.
HENR'. l J.-YM KQN-,-g, t. 4
Apall.e'him{lai, Jan. 1-,4l, --t4.-' :-- .Irn

_'lcrniIOIy OB- 3Floridla, 7
In Richard Wilson, E'sqsJustice Court.
HorAce Ely- Attachmn-ert for !-3,S 06. *
vs. :> Returnable to February term,
- Henry Cooper. -. 1S-.
rT HE del'iidant and all others interested are
JL hereby,, notrified of the institution of the above
-Smit by attachment, and required to appear aid
plead'to tlthesame as the law directs.' .
HORACE ELY, Plaintiff. :.
:Mariinna, "January 31)tli, 1844. f'-b>5 3m

Town Property for Sale.
L OT No. 2, in block B., first range, in W\rate"
.L street, and Lots Nos. S, 9 & I.,in bh:,ck ".).;
deeds with general warantee will be executed: to
the purchaser. The' said property will be sold
low ,,fo cash, apply to

Franklin Superior Court.
to Spring Term, 1$44.
apae J. v- ATTACHMENT .-0210
W illiam Tilley. ) 5 "".
T HE defendant and all others interested, will
PL please take notice of the institution of this
suit by attachment, and appear and plead to the
same according to law., R. J. MOSES,
.Apalachicola, Jan. f!Orh, 14t. feb53 F M

413 Water street.


N OTICE.--Perso,,,s hainc,, bu;ines ,%6i1 the
may apply to the subscriber, who is appointed
their Agent for the City of Apalachicola, and its
neighborhood. :He will. receive applications for
the sale of lots, and make known the terms, &c.
Apil1,-ld.ic,:,l-i, F'eb. .",th, lq~-i. feb5 lnm

A MERICA N GOLD.-For sale in sums to suit
purchasers, by
jan29" 41 Water st.
G RO'ERIES.-Landing from Schr Boston.
15.5' bbis Western Flour;
911 do Whiskey; 51) do Molasses;
l6 hhds Sugar; 3 do Bacon Sides;
10,000 Segars, (choice qulitv.)
25-kgs Lard; For sale b, "
j anT?,0 40 .atcTstreet.
B ELLISON & Co 2 ate'r street, onr
Be for sale a lar .t'ock of miscellaneous goods,
%which they,.e-prepared tosell at reduced prices,
,,for cash, among which h are the following:-
Groceries of all descriptions,
W ,' 20000 choice Hjavana Segars,
; Paints, Oil, &c., -
Crockery, Glassware, &c.
Scales and WVeights, Iron Hollow Ware,
Astrial Lamps,:-.. .
Hoes, S hovels, Spades and Plougbs,,
Knives and-Forks and Pocket Cutlery,
Ivory. Setts, 51 pieces,
Collins' Axes, And Irons, Shovel and Tings,
; Ba-,zini? and Bde Rope, 1
Twines and Shoe Thread,-
Cotton Leading Lines, .
Painted Buckets, T-ubs and Measures,
:Cradles and Wagons, /
Mats and Brooms, //":
1000pairs prime RusI5its Brogans, I
1000 c Thick "
Ladies' fine Slippers, Ladies! common do,
An assortment of' Womens'.Shoes,
Hnat:+and Caps, j*ool Sporting Yl-s-,
S Saddles and Bridles, :
Saddle-bags and Girths,
200 pieces Yrints,.
Osnaburgs and Sheetings, .
100 Mouisline de Laine Dresses,
Blankets and Flanne], .
Britannia Ware, Lard Lamps,
Castors and Hash Dishes:,:"
Nuirse Lamp9s,1 Dinner, Bells, Coflne Mills,
Wrapping and Writing Paper,
Soaps and, ShavingCream,
Tin Ware, Jappaned4, &c,
Looking Glasses, "' :
Stationery articles in general,
Cocor Dippers and brass bound Pails,
-,Brushes of all descriptions.
Besides the above, our assortment is composed
-of a great variety'of desirable articles too numer-
Ous to mentin.-_ .Purchasers are invited to call
" examl.if e our Goods and prices before buy-
iag. i" ... .. ima'2 "

S. MIarshal Sale.
BiY virtue of a writ ofpluries fi. fa. issued from
Jackson Superior Court, to rne directed, in
favor of Samuel St. John vs. Bank-of Pensacolal
I have levied on the following property in the
city of Apalachicol.I, to wit.:-Lots No. eight,(8)
and eleven (l.),in Btock C, Front Range` -agree-
ably to a map of said. city. Also the interest-of
the Bank of Pensaeola in the. Franklin Land and
Apalachicolai Lot Company, being the interest.
derived from'Nourse, Br3oks & Co. and conveyed
by-them to Wm.nH. Brockenbrough in trust'for
sitd defendants, and shall expose the same at pub-
lic ontery before the Court Hoesse door in the
city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday in
March next, at 11 o'clock, A. M. to the highest
bidder for-cash., to satisfy said fi. fa.
ROBERT-MYERS, UM S. Marshal. ,
Apalachicola, Jan. .2.9, 1844. feb5 1m

Masonic Notice.
T HE members of- the FRANKLIN LODGE,
J_ No. 6, are parlieularly requested to attend a
meeting-of said Lodge, to'be held at the Hall on
Wednesday eveenmg the 7th inst, at seven o'clock
precisely, for the transaction of important busi-
ness. By order of Wor. Mas.
Aplachi'co,,,,Feb.-5th", l4. f51t

OA RS.---2u',n.)_feet assorted qizes. ;
For sale by W A WOOD,
.eb5 23 Water t.
FLOUR,-200 bbls Northern,.. "
50 do Western, for sale:by
feb5 IV A WOOD, 23 Water st.:


L. W. SpratU, .'-'
W ILL for the futureresid .'in llisJ'|iy.. al
vwho have cofiiinimted legal .bqi ge--oi,.
care while a res[den6, 1.-.ti'ntmWU,,:st-l
dress him at this place* _'ilp w ,n a rgj,.
lar attendance upon the cortis of, J i'bn hud-
Gadsdens counties, and&- he CotH't o m'-"ppi!" "at
11 "i -" *- i .5"'
l allahassee. .. I ,-
O!nce over W.." '" Wood's, N6.23.-War.'r stre,.t,
Apalachicola, Jan. 8, 1844., 4 ,.,:. L :
k_ Sugoy 27 ''1.--" .:'- z,-^ a'
Mo'asses.-a5J baeire~l^. "-* -^.
Vt Ilt skey--,.o .bar/'e^ ^,L^. A_;-'..:- _- "_
F 'loulr-L50 barrtA-l'. ia-iiir **
,< .- ,.. _AV -- ,_. -& __.. i. -
Cranberries-a haitr~s.; , .:...
Lard--2- k < .kr
Bacon-=4 casks. a .,,;-. P .'-. '
Just received p low by DODGE E .
jaris -..-^ g:str t.,
0O N CONSIGNNMEN T:-:4 hfidaO. CKLk,,
W\' are, assorted, for country, tiajd l -* ._.* ,.,.
Chewing Tobacco, manulactur"ii--rA. ,fdt
wich, Va.. some superior cross-bran.e .
Drv Goods, Hardware.and uler-, ."
Hollow and Tin Ware;-. > 'I-cr. ,...
Saddler,, Hats, Bofs., nid -'Shoes, &c!
ALV0. -J I o
Sugar, Coflee, and,<'annal Flo^owdf:c -..'..
Old SherrVWine". it, cae. : -,;; .. ;"
All of which will be'soi-Ve^_,. f6t .
DAVIL G. i. -'
'jan2 4 3 Water sfte.. '