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ArP.ALA;HICOLA, THURSDAY,'JANUARY 4,918-49. -
British.Perio-diCtal Literature i rcla~mlalion. The Leadin'g Periodical in America. t W *" it E-
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. ......- RE-PBLICATION THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW,, Edited by SARAH J. HALE,
ie 'TH .EDINBURGH REVIEW,. ,, GRAHJ HLEE OD, -" ",' '- --4W:,4A
THE N H:BRITfS H REVIEW : dLA GODEV- RVA E G N WOODm .. .
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HE rI WESTMINSTER REVIW, ,L.O -.7""
s m WS 1. REVIEW,. ." <& j .tribuA Novelette by MISS E. LESLIE, who cotin- ',,". .. j i** AND .-. ., f ^ ^ ^e ^ ^tributes to evr*i No. *^ V ^~*^ l
" BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. BY WILLIAM D. MOSELEY,N P. WILLIS'Original Scriptal U NI T ED .A T.- '-.';
Thr, 0^,0 D '3- i .i M T /-> f t~r *-,-T. S.-ARTHUR, who contributes to every 0o.1 -*A VR"rf-jj'p
The-above Periodicals'are reprinted in New Governo-'"oj orida. illustrative of Croome's Sketches or American Adalpted to M SoWH/kit-hd MW? .
YKork immediately on their arrival by the British IRTtHEREAS, The tate'of Florida, by an Act Character' llete -* -':_^^. / ".',
steamers,'in a beautifi~l clear type, on fine white ,ylr.--o'the Gen(ral.Assem .b.,approved January We intend merely togive a notice or our inten- ".. "- "",
paper arrd(, are faithful copies of the original-- 6!, 1848, entitled, ,, An A:&tto define and settle tions for next year, lea% ina to Others long adds- ",- .n Lm( :t f. "- h pp..qL.i .U,
, Ac ohms 1VAG.ZIN. heuig..an exact fac- t bodary betweone Ste of *u o. n dfu= ^l. eT. ,
,T s im-ile-of the, Edinburgh edition. ,abama," hath ratifi d a d ar... ... .. gr e- nohi k ep zri.___e. .l e'2 v..q
They. embraced t viewsof the three great meant made between the respective'Comrnkisioners Agreeably to the practice or last year,the pub- ,I T, I .P-"1^. .';-* ......,
par.es- in England-Tory,. Whig, and Radical.- of the said States, in'reference to said boumlary : lisher will isaue as good a number eachh month 15 MW E EEI
"Biackwood".and the "London Quarterly" are A.vdndwhereats, the said agreement, by the sad he does in January. This it a novel feature in '>C "' ~ ...
*Tory; the1"Edinborgh Review" Whig; and the Commissioners, hat h been ratified'bf the Ft'Ie of Magazine-ubiishing. During Ihe whole of. last "", ,- .- .
"Westminster Reviw" Radical. The North Alabama, thevevidence whereof is filed in the of- year he gave more engravings and more readirltg -.," .. .... '- j
British ReviQw `"is more eta religiouscharacter, fiee of the Seclet ary of the State of Florida.: matter than.any of bis contemporaries, and will B.B, .. .. -
having been or'iginall~yedited, by Dr. Chalmers, Now, THERXFORE, I, "WILLIA D. MOSELEY, continiie todoso nest Year. Those hosub-cribe nheWrd!. ... .-:.
and DW Sce E dea, b c b h Go'vernor of the State of Florida', in pursuance to GODEY"S LADY'S BOOK, may do so under PAzi .dnd Fa abie 0o*aWl "4.%AfA- *-
son-in-law, Dr. Hanna, associated with Sir David and- by virtue of the third section of the Act of the assurance that they x ill receive. more for :fW- &*,g
Brewster. Its literary character is- of the verr the General Assembly of this State aforesaid, do their morney in the Magazine alone, than by sub- os.^-,9'e '
highest order. proclaim the line agreed upon by Ihe Commis- scribing to any other work. To this is added Dec. 28 ,184 9. -....._
PRICES FOR 1948, (IF 8SUB3SCRIBED FOR EARLY.) iioners aforesaid, .and d.Pfined by .the said Act, and included in hlie same $3, the LADY'S DOL- ,*'
For any one the four Reviews, $3 per amium. proved January 61h, 184S, to be the boundary LAR NEWSPAPER, which contains in one rHE Subscries hav on .buat'ar, "f
For any two, do. 5 between the States aforesaid, and that it shall be month nearly, if not quite as much reading mat- sale on liberal temp .' .-- ."r -
For any three=, do. 7 henceforth deemed and taken by all the authori- teras the nther monfhlies, making fur $3, the SUGAR-lObhd4Sind 50"b1l1. ofeit&4'0 "
For all four of-te Rev' 8 ties and people of this State as the.true and only amrOunt of reading of two magazines a month. 10 boxes Woolseyf,& St uair s'ioNf4-
For Blackwood's Magazine, ,3 ," bouday line between the States of Florida and T99 M. A^E EooLiARrril. about Godey's La-, FLOUR-100 bblts upx e St, ia-'a .
For Blackwood and 3 Reviews, 9 Alabama, to wit:- The line commencing on:'thedy' Rdhk for the ladies that no-othe Magazine COFFEE--50 saek ,Rio md Maracaibp, .... -.
For Blackwood an~d the 4 Reviews, 10,00 Cha~ttahoochee River near a place known as 11Ir- "poeses. ,There is a. Mlezotint and, Line En- MOLASSES-1W bble niewexop ^- "
Payments to be nwde i~n ... ,.-allcases ..... advance t Mills," and running West to the Perdiao', gravin in ,ach numbe-4.. by the -best artists. -:WHISKU-50 bb"s a-'d Oalfbi";-' -' -,-
Payments tobe. nwade k'al' cases in advance arked throughout by bl7e on the frees, and In addition --to 'these, the6- 'are given nwirihiy LARD-5,bbts and 10 kegp; ^
PREMIUMS, alsoby mounds of earth thrown 'upon the lie, at what no other.:magzine *vvCpas Colord.Fas- SOAP-60 boxes pale', yelo ad "'
Cousistinii 'of back :volui-aes of the following distances of one mile, ..iore.or. less, from each- ion Plate with a full Aef&I fgion- This feature "STIARC-10 e a.
valuable works,-viz: oth,*, and commQnly. known as the iMound is peculiar to God.y, as their r work haa them PORK-20 bbs mesi aad prime :.
.' Benti ey's Miscellan .. Linm ," or Ellicott's Line," arid by (.hese names every month and-colored. Then there are CapiE, BEEF- 20. bbls prime-- -> "." '. "- .. .. .. -*-'n; 2..*'..'e-- '-
*. The Mfetro"poitan M~agazine.. disthtgnished from another line above, running it- Bonnets, emip a,.E strin for Li- :TOBACCO-- 50 bs and' bf bis hivoriLte hranda" r-, "
The Metropolitan nveriMagazine, regularly at different distances (not exceeding one dies, with Engavi The Ladies' Work Ta-- BACON-5 ca. s sides and hap'^-"
The Dublin University M magazine. r -do.( g' "g ." ." a a '-.:' -..,,,-.: i
Blackwbo's" Magazi'ne. and I half miles) from the Mound Line," and Wle, with designs for knlt'ing, netting, crotchet, MACCARONI-r5 boxes l'alia.; 1 -i '. .
-"ho.. ,non, the Edinburgh,, the Foreign marled by blazes only and known as the Uper and 'all other. k-inds.-of .work. Patterns .fo -5 V RJ _ELI-- do.,. :. -.
Quarterly, and the.Westminster Reviews., Lir oA Coffee's Line. .Smoking Oaps, Chair-dCve', WindovCurtains,.,CRANBERRIES-20 ouakii. [bis-.' ,'"-','" ..
Anyone subscribing to Blackwood, or .to 0no In testimony 'whereof, I hive hereunto D'Oyley's, Purses, Bags. &c.,&c. Health and -'DOMESTICS--25 bales sbeething. afid'Ih&iNigs^ .'",*.-"
o'f the Reviews, at I3 year, or to any two of set my-hand-and caused the great seal Beauty,_with Engravings Model Qjlages, with *OSNABVWRRGS-10balesLawel asalGwiort^' ,"-
the Perfodacals at $5, will receive, gratis, one [.SAL-] of-the State to be'affixed. Done at, ground' plans,!and other engravings7.wayllus- GLASS--'20 Ls Asorted s .ai-. i :*. --- ;.
volume of any of the-prem ums above named. the Capitol', in t'he city of Tallahassee, trative-of something useful. Music, beafflh'fully RAISINSm-100 whole; hf^id-qt-feoxiess- .-
Asubscriber to any three-of the Periodicals at this25 Ai day of October A-.D, 1848. prine ntne paper, -bic may be7ae lt UKHA -0kt~e' ^.*:'-
$7 a-year; or to thePour Revievs at $8,will re- e -W. D. MOSELEY, Goernaor. and .bund..lord Madern ot 'tagea and Colored ALMOlj-Q uiida. ' '"' "1 ." ,:
ceive.twaopremium volumes as above. A.'-E. MAxwi, L Secretary of State. Flower Pieces occasionally.' The-e are all-extri BUT TJE0-R2 k s Goaiia alnd' erp'l-': -. 'e.' ""
A subscriber to Blackwood and three Reviews, November 11, 1848. in Godey, an Jto be"fobnd rniiooffier Magazine. CHEESE--20 b Englisbt 9z7';- -"'' ". : '-""'
at $9 a-year, or to the Four Reviews and Black- -e^vAll papersin theState wil, publish 4 times --`These were all givenJst year, and llberoi- `BRANDY--hr pipe Otrt,.De ,rt& t i.., '_ .,
wood, at $10, w ill receive three prem ium vol- 4,, .... .. ... ,. .. tiIed .n addition, .ve shall h'ave mi.e f. t.,- LE ON S boxes Sicily . . .---. "
umes. I wenty Dolars $Kew rld. one of- .- WIfNES--o0doz superfor X-dC"ia idr1*
qj-Please bepartieular in naming the pre. RANAWAY from the undersigned on CROOM E'S SKETCHES: OF .ANWEtIRCAN AtE--dozen pale; .i-",..- *; .'. .'4; " -
miums desired and the works subscribed for. -.the 17th Novembet last, the following de- CHARACTERISTICS,-" &'.a Pickes, Sauced fB rafd .-r, -.
or rTRr, 'sterhed Negro Man, A.amed CHARLES A most amusing series, now fira't-.gi. t tg-vo .yta a ftia EH.Ma .') -r. -*.'
CLUBIN. Negro. -name CHARLS ^js .114 Beew .W XV5^ 41
-,~~~"c ,.. ..H s5 ee 6 or 7 c 'he i'hgh, 25 years A m erievn p~ublic.-: T he.3t w ill be iltuo fraled in 7 G. RI Yk U "
wi~ :: c~p e~ o nan~y at~ t e', ;: 5 0 les 0d ,'and.-w ei-ghs 140 or 1,44 1]bs ; one or-tw o leeth every N o. by a Story frown the p~o'y48rftil pan of "'D e c '. -;,, "9 k2 r W v t ., ._
will be'sn'. o one addresslon, i.mefrontfI wll i e hea og ewr. rh2r ."." : -""-". '.' '. -
reg uarsubscription 'far three-the hiurth copy- outbelow, s front.I w il .... v e ,h"a"ov"- ron1V aj is' "-
-n ... '; ... PYfor his dehovery to me, or W10 if confined so I can THE 'CHANIGES OF FA~fT0'TO .. . m" -
,njn, VIM .... .. J. BEVERETT. will be very interesting to the ladies. 3 i &"r ed s I' ._..". .. _
above alowance. ii made to clubs, nor will pre- Marianna, Dec. 16, 'S. THE APPLICABILITY O-F THE FINE 30 dozen Brade's Hoes; -
minuin in any case be furnished, iin eqq n the sub- 2 11 I ... 20 dozen Crow n do; ." "
ARTS TO DOMESTIC USES,-';.; -. ..
scription is paid in fu.ll to the publiigers, with- F or nest. Is another series of Engravings now inprepara- 10 dozen.Shovels and SpAdps;, .-
outreouseto n get.100 kegs Nailsassorted 'sizes;-,"
out recourse to an agent. a-^.. S-IE Dwelling House lately occupied tion, and will be published during the year. "00 k N" iz;- "- '" f ....
EARLY COPIES. E by.the undersigned. Terms accommo- COTTAGE FURNITURE. I ,500 lbs Cast and Germau Steel, '-' ;'.;- r'
ds weme 0oz -01 .xe is Geor iv a n Kern
A late arrangemeawith the Briti~sh'publishers datihg. "-Apply to Having given so many Model Cottages, we intend d ez : A g ." clu ;:
A late r.S.HAW EYnwith thenceihesh lpibe tio of. CttB. S. .HAWLttdDOW to -om'.enc"the: -.. i ,.o-o .-o-- 'ae
of~~ ~ 'lcwo~ a~,i-scrst sery Nov-5 .......... Columbus Block. Fu~rr, ture--a very necessary appendage to2a boxes'Chiton Caid;: ...:
sh eets o f th at w o rk ,..b y -w h ic h w e s h all b e ab letoop a e th e n i e n b r i n h e a d s f s u -O e la .C l g 4 d o C oflfhin M ills ; .: : ; _
scribaers be entre anumber ion o theandsofsb-eToeprinted .R3 E IGO AN HSTR. 10 kegs ,5 and 15 imch Spik-e- ;.fot,(t t..,".
scribers b STORES'Nos. 6 Columbus Block, and .)r -up'erir Artists, Walters, Tucker, Pease C. Aa G .REEK ..
in anyof'the American..Jwirn.als. For this and f ,!18 Water street. For (erms, anrly, to Dec "28 .pk A s'Wl ,Tcr ee
otera tagesourubscriberswNov 1. NOURSE, STONE & Co. ad -Ich, are now engaged upon a set of plates r e .
pay so large a consideration, that we may be illustrative of lhese ,'o suhjects. Boots AW64i1 tAl .c .,.. ,,.'^ .
compelled to raise the price of the Magazine. Drags anwl Tedicines. Pe, OLyR m oIS ya. O RdSAoLE, by -37pack.kge, 1'-,. .:. 'L,
Therefore we repeat subscribe barl/y while the r-HE subscriber hqs just received Irom New beaultluilh printed, Iias long commanded a deci-
price is low.' T 1 York, per brig Virginia, a large and fresh d We ReBA.
" d,.d ~~~pieference over 1ltat of any other Magazine... -- ,.
Remittances and communications should be stock of Drugs and Medicines, and all articles ItI -IQle.cure n Tin T Book. .L sART of (he Fire-proof &Gir', pfc.. 4'^%S .
always addressed, post-paid or fi, ranked, to the usually kept in his line, to which he would re- THE LITERARY CHAACTER street Enquire o "' b D ""O"?.'"
publishers. LEONARD. SCOTT & CO., specteully call the attention of his friends, and THE LITLAR Y BHARACTE OF GO- Nov is ",*,,-' ,.i -
79 Fulton, St New York. the public generally y. sc DE S LADY BOOK. I* G en *' -' " *
Nriv A t-r P ^*Rr'TT ~~Wkhl much writers s j6 Mliss Leslie, Grace Green- SOd .,-ti';i *.f^
.... Nov 4. H F ABELL.
S a d dle ry ,_-& c. Aw),-cd, W G Sim m s, M rs. E llet, T S. A rthur, S COTC H Snuff, in blaader,.fj v-'l'y" <_*....,..-
SADDLES, of various patterns and qualities, Seeds! Seeds! Seeds!-, Mrs. E. Oakes Smith, Mrs. J. G. Neal, H. T. n July 15 "--.J';'AB '
Bridles, curb and Snaffle bits, -ARDEN-Seeds, just received, and for sale by Tcketlrmai, H. IV. Herbert, &c., the author of '- School. Booksq, .- ...,..t- "-
Saddle Bags, 1 T Nov 4 t F ABELL. the \\ idow Bedott, Professor Frost, Bryant, Long. .OR'saleby -1-....- t
Mf,1llow. Holmes-and a ho.-t of others--must al- !F Feb 17 '-'... ': I .
Martingales and Whips, for q"ale by loa-sjh astketela iltrr, ei'D. W o : ,o r -4:. .
WM. 0. PORTE'R & CO. JrolaS.1 **w3.-i tike the lead in literary merit. _, _'**"-f-r*''8*
Dec W30 G. PO RTER s t C o. LBS. just received and for sale by TERMS:Woodrufl W' 7-M
Dec 30 41J IVater street. TRS
,..000W Nov 4 H F ABELL. For Three Dollars we will send the Lady's A SAFE and efficient -remety fwt4V1W r."
Oil Cloth! San,( Cargpet~s.- BolAcolarsialoee biylhnan'ote
5 Oil Cl0th,: I and 2 yards wide; Conglrpess Spring Water, Book, conliainir. more evadingg than any other
15 3 .p s super Inhgrain .Carpeeting; T USTrece nid os ae y n~o~uhlv, and ,he Lady's Dollar Ne vspaper pub- i ^ ^ S o -
St gair art"ngJ Nnv 11 J. C. ALLEN. [%, Iwce a monthly, which h contains as much Cologne and.',BqVr B W5
2m, 11 St a leading as any ol hlie 3 periodieal ofl the day- XTITH a large and_ W ^te ...
S10 Tufted.Rugs, man Dygeltatay Cordlalo iakmnz Ihree pthlirati,,ns in one monthh, or I the V- of other[ lieumerye both "K ....
Forsale by'- ,WM. Gr. PORTlERK& CO. -D. WOODRUFF'S Dysenfary "Cordial, just sbscribtr reelsei the following splendid engrav- man, embracing every'vaciety of", il t.---.,.d .. '
Dec 30 .... 41 Water street. .J received and for sale by ir,-_. tn l he Lady's Dollar Newspaper, althoughh most pleasant flavor no, inusc, f("-.fe ,. ..- *,-'"-
', ." Warranted to Cure." Dec 9 "g H F,. ABELL. -we \\.-,uld not advuse it, as engravinlis. cannot be Nov 1IS ' -"J C'i^.S.. "...::..-.&" -
("OSTER & COXE'S genuine Southe'rn Tonic, Starceh. sent tlirou~h the madl ilhout being .crushed or ---' A' ." ::,.:."'-*-
\^compoupded from .medicines of our own- /OLR-ATE'- h,-st Pearl Starch, for snleb-'" cnrea~ed. we wIll send the beautiful plalt* con- ISootS a..ft.SWih~..i :.;,-j' .,
forests, a p e rfect a nd lasting c, ,^ tor (e v er and C ,.. D e cd 9 L ")*- He r F AlcB Ers L L t.-,, ,, r, th e p ,rlr d~ S .,', H a,',ie t N ew ell, F a n ny "l U S T re~ e ived ..~ d 'o .Ow o;p e ni,^ ^ t,o a i ". "
ag~ue, and for being "the best Tonic in cases of '_uc H1-ALL. yr,,-ter. Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Ann H. Judson tt a2Columl~M-isock-Z .. ", **-- ..
general debility or weakness now known, for sale I^o~t, ai,,d iMhs. E. B Dwight. and the plate-, of Christ cases fine *iatent.LeStl('r.Sh' .L. "
by r April 27] H .F ABELL. (-'N Wednesday last, on Water street, a MA- W^eefii" over Jerusalem. The Open ing of I le '- do do L~tla:Gaiters; pamP.ira{ '.-.-v,'
.__.,, _,,. n.r^rvy7SONIC BREAST-PIN, Enameled The ?fei.dihre, Deliverance ol St. Peler..-and The heel andi the,.'.**. "i. !',*M^ /..
"]k'OFFA:T'S LIFE PILLS AND .PH(]LNtX -finder. will be-liberally rewarded bv returnina-the Re,rb.,k.e. 11f p:referr.-d t,,lHie Ne,,spaper or plates?, *? caseg fine Ta y,1or Tyes,. ; r'..*^--i -.;. ....,:
1VJ BITTERS, just received and for sale by same to W. "A. WOOD. .Are \vill send Miss Leslie's Novel of melia, and 1 dn Pegstdt^dots **' --*^ *';ffi*"".?* .:',
Nov21. '. J. C. ALLEN. Dec. 2, 184S8. .. an\ three of ]irs. Grey's or Misis Pickernng'-i po. 1 do White-.KrdjSli.ppei..".- **- ^<^li('. *" *'
'l-homi)soni's 3ompoiB~d:Syr,,pof old P~ens S <^old Pews! I1. ',,,":, "n.v,'els., Ai~ y ^ .,h 'i, ^ <^-
.-. T-a anld'Woo'daptha, ,' *(-^ the Wetst and mnost approved styie, J,,st (', *,1,'s^ ,,,:,k and v~ ^^d e t w cpe of th'lt_ t ech N ol ....?NO..." EKH :.':'
"] -O R. .th e-. c u re of eo n su mnp ti. o n c h ron ic ', b ro-n-. U rec eiv ed an d-fb r sale b y J' sl h sL '~ r .- .... ... a"'l" --1 slt o h 1 3 e < T hN o ? H j'.- ";
-.L1 chitis', asthma,' whooping cough, pal~pital in Nov 18 .J C ALLEN. I 'n1 n ^^ rBacOal a o~?iSMiiX&A- *-.r.'
*o'f-the heart, liver complaints, and afflictions f*^., ,F* e "Irw 1 SIenAI~ -lv .P' -,:- CASK Bao*a^ e^;.^.-
th., dny, for sale by i:TC an *aa iBnBH bote aniba=tl, e L:adil "9 B.,,-k. and a copy to +1e lperiiun send- "1 5 bbls. Sht. F ... .s L F ^ C n Mcby n ote n- a-i- the C,,,,. ,nd, st o, p,,,es to each. ^ie\^on nm f& S^ *^/:.
Feb t0 J C ALLEN. k_9ders, just received and fer sale by. .. For Twvet~v Dollars, eleven, COli^ n1 the Book, ongmtt.h._NQ ._ 4 i;: "' -'L" 5'[I.,I"
B ia all- ]e el&S a llld iitl~l BoBilei"" y ..Fe~b 17 ", H F A :BE LL. sn"d a set "f Plai~es t each sibsijri'u er, and a cop'y o *~> '2' Nf OX W^- d. "
L EDGERS, Journals, "D ay Books, &c. i'' F-.E- v i-i '<. V a ,--n-ii tler,^ 01'lir, B ,..,ok to tlhe persn ?,?nding thie Club. s"' 'f ^ "*
50ras olc-padLttrPpr; --n '~ v* P!~ r F,:r One Dollar we \w,]l serd tlhe Lady's Rook ..- ", For si~tI.. :,,ii-* :'" "
* /Cotton50 reMemorandumFO1c~ aBook~s etrPar; t 1o TovaeS.b ... J C. ALLEN. 4 r,,',)t I.. and I'c,. 25_ cents ary one. No." P., stage ,0 IyMAHt'oG3AN\.... C ounting H.0u.le .lJ?. S7. ,'-,"r .,' -. :", ,';.,
S l i I a n^ i d R i v e r B i l l s L a d i n g ; I ~o 8 .- t .: e p a M ,. n a l l 'o r 'd e r l j lt 0 *^ :fe. .. .* .
P.,:,,,,|.l- for Letter Press, :, .: .. Lea~l~o <.VrulB. Addre-^. L. A. GO[;EV, N,.v ", 41 C^.ns.'_ _ -:-.
...Just lnreceiv-ed and, for il~-Ecagsale byan Cek, i and A'.for. saleS eire~'yu'iSbv, \rcie ^Vith. any. newspaper. .giving the above a fen "DEEF and Pqrk f~orsale by" ,'" :_ ',_.-^ .. ....-.:;;.,: .. -J


.. ...... ...... ~ ~~~ir,,msri,,n- we will e~xcharge. N v2 :[ -.,." -.;
MarchI 1 H. F. AIBE.LL. Feb i7 "' H F ABELL .. ...... Nov .. '
,lplhale Q ,iinine. Mustw i cation 3. I Iustard. .. .Stor-a-Kegil..*, ,'- ";... ....
.A LARI,Eandjfrcsh stu:ply,,j,,.t recieav0 V L M S.. utceieivd, nd ornade ..A1. PLENDIDt,,b.et.,article ae m'l"Ground Musbard III IN Fire Proof Slone.No,' ,24 W, ..-.-...
A ^ "1" "l*yj "-*i-1900 VOLUMES1 jutecivdan for." sale !^ ',;!';G'"1"~"d*"r ^0'sI~ it t':-
1, f:r,r sale by, : "be-es fr..le.NNov -25." -'" ,f ... -.o .
Set,123 TJC ALLEN.. Xp by .I1l-27 H F ABELL. ".- -:... .
.. .. ... Nov,'4- "H. F. ABELL'. D ft %_ .u ',. '[:::
Seidlilz Powders, oF -/]').FAT*S LIFE PILLS AND PHCENIX 900-SAQKS,-MOjmdii d _.z7
.9 GROSS Seidlitz Powders that are- fresh ju9 LARGE assortment .of Toilet Soaps, just 1T1 BITTERS, j,,st received anr d(br Stle'bv ,Y iwr\, :"-, ,N\L ^ "'8
, recevdand fo-saleby A Neeved, 3nd Hor s ely N, -,_ H. F..ABELL. Drugzist.. .-, [' -^' ,
" "rl13 JC-A LEN Doe 9 H F- ABELL. Brlslye." "OR saleoreoirsi..l,h' e$ lli"
Lancets, CE{I)[l-IZ. Y,:,i-t and S,,dj P,,wder,, u l" the "T A[, Itat. Cl,:,lheHt., Tethl,Nail and Shavnng E.' city mad-e-clothinj Ftei.maB.^nk'
Q PRIN ; and Thumlb-Lancets, just received H_.best., a y ,."Brushes, fbrsale by'" NoW -'.V ,--".. .".. .-
kS Ad forsale by- ., J.,h17 J. C ALLEN. F ARELL. I" .- .' ,,.f-<^ ; -
FebE4.:.". ....
eb.4 -H F ABELt.' .. : ''eie
.... *' i r. %oodraitr'9Aatil)illionqs Veg-- C.opgRAess WVater.I- RANV[L US '- Tu; ;
Panacea. U.r.,W o c l S i l t ill s Ve! pjST received fresh. and IbT s,,le by" 's ie 2'- .. 'W..* :' ..-'F : a
ell. ee '- *' ." . : '
Q, W A IM & H:OUC h :'S P aaceajxfst received : OR 5ale .b. J .Jul: .. .. H "F ABELL .... "J <
i 'and tor sale b M, '-\T N V JA\'NES' celabraled Fani,il. .l'd. es, '- w '" ,"
Feb 1us H -F ADEU.0 imt received, and for sale by '- 7S'a'ree e nf. oi-lf ty-li.
lwayr~r}L A Vi~lar's '- Fishiair T~aellcl. .Oct "' .* (7 A LLEN^_J *R.*-.' ,r^ ,
"AOMPOUND Svr -,I of Wild Ch,:uv, lUit re- ..t GOOD assortment juls received and fur saee F l'e ill Vest Potdes, ^ni"$s nli g i-'t "R.11a
cc-i eid and !"~r sale by, A ~ by .* I US'T received, and Ibr sale by *^ <\?^< 'aeIt'i<.-'y ; '1jki ^ a RI ^ ^
FYeb 17 ^ < H 'F ABELL. Dec", .- J C AL.LEN `!Dec ?='" -' ,


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OME AifiiifAL. ADV bi~R auics mccon
.. -_-. '. ,, .'. *JERa.,jA D.A.Y. DANIEL J.. DAY.
h-4,s rAT EL Riyl~~. CI* A -* *** *
Office, Th,'i.d fir B}i ell's 9,utd i g;s, orner of C O M I SSI-
Sg.. r "in n d h e nrtn t-s zre e.ts:- N o 5 2 \V a tt Jtr Oe e l- .:-
.. .Dee Apa aechivola, Fea."
^.-. :'.-( -_- (i, h-.- .... .. .. -. ,,-2 - o Xs nti- for L LO, D- ; alko. -g i lor th(
.. u,' ,. j 'n, a I 11 [nsErar -, ee Co.".hee Prro .ewt.oq Insu'anc(
,,, 'Sp',ivJrP'Th L--rhree BMlhris': per annum,- ,.-"., ,. and Hie Hartord Insurance Co." Hartforc
'..-if plal -ih.'1 i tyanoftsi $ $3' :3,50.0 'd within;six C,,nn -
...*--, "s,) rt en a e term 'than s. C le oers ., Eugene W. Rogers
"."^ x moft^'l---i~i]'..2'wil! iin,,ii iblv'"be. chdaraed for Cha<>1. ilorel's A Co.,
.* *k h di rW i.. N ,.) P 11j r. %v l.,IQ p ii i .d ,i rI C O M M IS S I O N M E I5.C H .A N T S ,
"' ';all r'.riS.U if"S 'r.p'a' ii; lessat t'\ option of Hihe t,-.r -.:. i.
E 'prpatflr't -: .-i r Dc 9. m Alahic61a, Fa. D
.*; .: ".-Dv-.yarisE~i-;K,.s.- 0'iec :luire,t'tweve lines...*
"- "r I.-l will 1)! in-irteJ at tlior ie of One Dol- N, J. Debloi4.
, W .ar 44oe , .ial. N1fty 13,n,.4.or ever: s,,bs- C OMISSON \N) I- F R WAR D.I N A
_ ---j .. *_.SPS~..i~a tiM^f ".^': .. r.., -.'- MP.:RCHANT, -
.j-.^J^vert S dtrs i If l e : ii;,' b,.!t il. a:iv-rl,e,,,onn ,:t Dec 2 Ap ;il ,l a,Fa. e
. sftr~lfi,-v ra~f-in y~o l-ei r wn l:,,.,'iii. -. a we6ll
asqil '' -.l -, rfieq t in by.tlhem will A. N. M ,:IN AY., N C R,,rB:Nn CHAs. PRATT
-b,,'o'hbir-sL.at-flte'inal ra.s A. N IM[clKra'y Ak Co.. '.
t;.- zl iP4 Ia V-.'..,-50e,.1:,ls must be p1 id t*.r C 0 M M I S .' N, M..1 1-, lIP CH-iAANTS,
in,ad ,'nce.'.a : N o. \\ -,.l r-r tr,:,t, "
64s .".1vq. [)J .l.r_, ;v,il he :!n ...i '," .)11.>in1 .'-
n 3- D 1. ..\ Ap,-,l chieola, Fa.
ing carttI, ti i" ,hh'
-. A,[ a ij ,,TT'l.im- Ir ,'ni .ji-,t,fa',.? m'i-! J l|o. ,[i. ^la ilc i isonf
'L" i'' .i' l 'vilt the oldS.: ,'Jr. .r .'rh,:.- ". ^. ,T,-.I,. AND C",', II-:Il)\rl XVERCHANT,
-., : .%.- ...... ..- .. .-. N.). q C,,umhuu Block,
,:...:_: 'm f f.-o D fel. Apr,lach~jcola, Fa.
"'.@ -. -* ------ *- -- ..-._ .- i'r-a" U i,,.iic- rr.,d idp n-n all c.,isignments if re-
^ .. .iW ,. ,.'P -l o. .i"~r,, .. ... Nov. 25, 18A8. -
Di.A.L.CE AS-. J:. ,;,. V- 4r _'.n ,D, ^-'IO;[,_. B". B. W OOD, -
,- ... .. l'l^ .,-.^.NT;M. C .M i -. ; S I 0 IN M E R. H A N T,
.. ,. 41 21'V e .-,r, i, "2 V',.jtcr-st..
.BP S).?_ ,_\ .. \ ,ii .,_'i'.t,.,l r N,. A p ,c),o a ~.
.A- p-l cil. a. P-a.
...".r. ," -.1, H W _r,),,e. It \\-. W:,..k- |-H,).. H. -Uri \VM. H. LONG.
,. iV:).:asr!e, ..'ii~ore A-'C:., ,.u1~ Lo_ '' '. ,
.C I) M I I 1 [ 1 M EYi, 1 -I A-'N i',, Ansin & Lou-,
No,. C WV:,:r-rrt; C-0 M I \ 1 I' N MEI1CHANTS,,'
.De,'' t2' A ',a l,: ,i . a No 4, A\ atpr-;treer,
"< ---1 :2,!".g1ia'3 &" Tft1m -s, .N., 11 Al.lachicola, Fa.
^..0M .lls ^;vid F 0 l; Wv A 11 D I N G- a'siisi~ niiid AuCtlion Room.
.?.... G!ll l f: A N IS. r I. '
.../. '.., N,.,. .".' \V -,'r etr / LU -FAUiLA, AL.\B.\MA,,
h^ 2L.._... '_ *\ ,jl.,'. -')h ,.l t, F 1 I B -' "
j. n. "rIC C6l~l &'l0
- . d.(..;a i i^ L ,-;a~ l~ a|e ., -" ~ "' ". S T R"&': "'
*-C: M. 4: IJi.r,[,l ; ;i t-0 N MI E CL C HA N T S, m\., 1.,vin -.'. ., t lll ),i:,re of-the patro-
.. ... 1I *.... ., n'l' l'r,.,m he r l er ,s ,,f .f' .\palachicola last
.. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I J^ lf!-''*''' '*' Ii. Vi 'u tii,-iik['nll' f.i the -z> :trie in i uir linec
'^r "\I:T F'\,L "i.\"-S,';r A:< q CO 'lP N, % ,,)", ,,,), _,, l t,le,: c, ,It i,a, ,kf,l \i,, ),-, r.l;'l, ,~ nd n t~
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"-D 'fr.e 1, :.a.^>'h'i,.-!.-.l F'". .'lE- flaula -ilnc ion ani d Coxaallis-
-io* House,~" .
.'SV. ". 4,',m 8 I. BV. i_'. L.E-.
", O'T-_l.:,^S, D. D A NOR 0 T H.
'N._;,--\ .-'.'l] ti i jrr ,-.-i.- iT,,.A ,irs "]' l".,r the phirr..,,;-, lutherto received
:*..:f }i,3 *--. ..: \i; !.,'1 ,e",i,,o [1 i, .. -,1,.,.], r,F t o lf ,-,, ,ola', he w would
-_ i.' -\,'a .(.'t::. d.;' i -;\. o-i4 11111%L. [ ,;- ,*', iiill', -..*li,-if 1 ,-. ri ,,,,io ,.,, of th ei-r ft,.,-,r .
1)'[ "27 4-. 4-2.'s
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C I) .I . ... :,. ,v .r, ,nt, Dlrofr. I 0sit'll titrm .
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.a. 1% ki ISh"j A I N D
W'*,- )L.f5Lr".-A Nl: lit'_", .-,I. G!-;El'J E;, -i 1' L 1 v L L 1' L "
VD,
i ri. ,j!' .' ,, .s -Iew,' ..d i-tnly, .up, L 1 ..-i 0I 1,.l:, ..ll, .ine corner of.
N31 k. I ll ,.-r, i ., in d N ,,v l..
N ,< >' 1 -4 I-. 1 l ,' i ,: ,.1 1 F I I .
".--*............--- ......... W G. in. D avis,
";" *. S. 'IF'.. A |, \i..-,':~lE\" _-\ AND C, UNSF.LLOR AT TAW,
". T, -[" '; ," 1 ) 1t ). 3 I LI I )li;-r; hIIssi.;er% ee-; r.) the plibill, in either of the
0AL IN r'w ;.-, F'ANES. rAINT--. -
.' r:' OIL':,. L m^'. ',:. ti.r. o, will pr.,- C r,-lrlo ,, Franklin, Cal-
'. .' .. )- \ ,-r l ,,.,. ,..,t ,,,.. ,: S1.,161- 1..., ,, P VI ld .j ,. ir,-,II t.. rt-- aAd w i upon
;, A .,rd \ _\ h ,a.:J,,.',,l-,. !.a. '] i ,.,', ,-1- il l.-,,rer. a,.l ai ('. .i,,, el, in any C court
-A mi.1 I A') 1.! 1 1`_< 4, 1 I ili.,O M.ldj.-t or WVeslern l rcmit. ;He. willalso,'
,e- hiB ti l .% -i a lte r', -.'. .. .- t h e C .,.,rt ,f p i?.e ls at T alla h as-
S.j"C-0 M M [ -i S I f N M L fi 't :A N T, <:. t',,.r. .1.i..ii. 1.. w i,'h, he will'always be
..... N I V' O-Ir -r s :tr,;,;t- TU r. ,n ii l;r.I-,-'.t -t, ,ii,,..l i:. r;\ t .ii J [,', ,.cc dent, ..
D "A- I, pl4. A I .,l 1.'.,I I jl.a. I,. ,!a ,. :.l ,-i, te<- h ,: r I,, l-;.-ti .
J. C. .lleni, A. .. lesiBlBes,
\Vh.l^.,le I . l I.l 1-i l I .= ,h r n A T T 0 -It N E V A T LA.W .
Dill, ," -- ;,'; A *. "-_ (',tt/. lii.n '8 Building,
r, il ,..,r. ---I Centre (' ,u n ri streets.
-. ] ,',-,1 ;, r,/ ., : Apalachicola; Fla.
B '_5 3 i' .O K_ D L A .: < S -' r A T l, E ;" V . .. A -, e .> f H
l -e'.-.r" of Ciie;,ijl &" Conm o,'n^- -.rr.,.i-. _v, ~C,"l oro ll .- ,r '
r_).,4 1 ; 11- Fl i \ FRNT rNT E ,,, just received and for
\ s il,:.l.,v .'"' : -. ; .
B. S. air wiey. N.,T.I' .... -: J.CALLiFW.
F \0 rOR A .t). i..>';,l JS[,N .,IE ;..'H1C.ANT,
No. *iae \V,,t,-rr)'et. TheIndians' Elixir,6 '
Dec 5 A I ....t. I.i a CEI? A IN 'l remedy for ,chill and fever, for
-- j Y- *d b \ ? .-
*'Arey& A, Janes, !-,:,-A -,. .. : j CLALLEN.
SGO-R- f^ ^ RCAT. w wrrsOys~enlmary Cor-
'No 45.3 ll r io
D ec.5 A.kf...l-.'h,,:.)l.-, Fl- 1. .. "i l *. .
-*- .......... ... |j'0V D~iarrhoea, -Dysenrtary;. Cl,..1-,'irj M orbus,
B[ K.I J A M T-N E r .[ ,T .r ,.N i \ -,1 r I .'i i \ \ ),- r> n [ [ ]'i r; T i n f an i n rn a'n d 's u~ m mr o m po l a; in t o
:-" -. B E lli.SOH C 0., ,'l',ilh',.-n, f..,r sale \. .... bv *
,-'.. :C.O M M IS S 1,ON 5.[E t i"H A NT -Feh 'J" -' J.C. ALLEN.
i.; AND r'F--ii-:! iN w ^
D.I-LV GOODS, Gti.W'r, IE.-, HAl{ D\\A \ E,: f8S0JiS
".-TIN \WARE, BO-O.TS. ^HOI-,I?. HATS-', A. FEW Infusion, Jars-*evcr.\ family' should
1[ CAP,. CO iT. 7 -H .ItP have one'-for sale by ...
"- CHANDLER. \'. 2, ".April 1"3. -* -' ; J C ALLEN.
*<. -.*. *?, ,nor. M ate~r-arnd C'hi-i tinu It. .





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" --t -H L -., A,,- ._ .. .... ***G, I^ ^R-L-JN^S -T,,'kin.... Ct", n 0"sn,,r .
*I[.., ' "I .=-Ht 'Il-*. "Lr ST n i M N' -1 ', L .i k cr VS" -f ~ F- I lf' 1.1(1-"
... .- "nl l~ ^ ... .. ^ 'N T Jkets, T ,., .'li ,.2* ."lle):.l'ill heckss,
-. ":"- ^^ ''*y ^ .... -:,o 9A Coum u Bl,?c' GCr,,hal Calt.cees D I ,:,-,,' H,-l,,.e,, &c. &c.
j* .. . :^ .i '- A,,alae. ic-,la. Fl, :Foroaie by -. ,--^. B.ELLTSON & CO..
^ ... .. ,. Apa c .i ,a. Fl. De-c 9. Ck',l;. ,l nmhd Cl~etr, ui sts
.,:.U>.derio.opdr;.Caii^ WlIe.terMi .P'odure.' :
,*} ,, ..; '- T A I L .0 R S T . L OU IS F l.,,,r. ,.)l,.Q d,,. L.,rJ, ,-W i4:-,-y,
"' -ZfitLL'S BU[-LDIN.,-(G C-EST."NtUT_.ST. .kj Si..ar, eh,:.,,:e a,,,.l i.rini, e M,:,lae,P,e.p,,k, rne.^
%'t: .; "; " .. A p al .e h ir l F a ,a'nd- p:r-u ie B aco tn H a uii -, S.f. ; S , e n /, S l,...u lJd e rs, f,:r
"^ne" -i ^ r r sale tv B. EL/_ [SON & (':,C .
""' -" 11 borders' attended: to w i~th p-nclua>litv I-)o ,-). (_,,i'. W\rat r'a Inh,- 'h. tfnul _t<.
anad dispatch Jan. "2,) *
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,- N. 'N6. Srolt:.& Brother, P0 83.LS CSamrf ie. h, sle bv,
-: Ft(L^'SALE AND RETAIL DHEALER- IN 50 B ELLIS.. c".
.bRY. GOOYDS, CLOTHING, BOOT.S SHOES, "F ATSaLd Capr b\ l alih c ,-,li hi' ,-ir r-zh b\
... ; HATS.,.\-c _2_1_ ["B. ELL[SON & CO. .
,.D e -,-r. Waler and Centre-streel, D-ec*i. :.' :,C(.r. W ater and Clhi-;siu')t: :
De,2 Alpalachiicola,.Fa.* . _- ... :'. ... .
W. C H E,.- V E SHEET!NG(S. Shhirin,_s-and Prints,. b the,
VA1..W...m R baleand case, lo fo,,r cash, by ..
.,SUims & Cljeever, B. F'LISON & CO, N
nd M M'q IO N M E R C H A NTS, ; De ., ,:.) \\ea-,, Chestnut sts> ,
/ ;. Off .-ic.N O. 36 W water street C ...r. = ^ ..
"" d'(e'cQ2 -" Apalachicola, Fla. -'. ; :. T allller'. O il, .
,, "- ; ,, -,*- -V OR ale by
;. FR,,. ,.J,. ,J, 1f[. BHtl|, r D,3, R ELLISON & Co.
RS- FAmTDRmO. ION -MERC.HANTS,
''bt 'IN'"8\'fsre""'Vood M-ar'e, A-c.
Nd4i r' io-Ne4 ....%'r tre .. -RREL C.,ters Pailct- PcAls, Tubs, Flour
12 "APALACHICOL.k, FA' .5 P i| Meastu,-r., Tra!. Axheh-e- Buckets,
R.oberto, Alen, & Co., Bruoas, ,.'. &c. ,Ar bv .
. I'fEA ER ,..I2N--..HARI1YARE A-ND :'sHIP B. E LLISOIS N & CLo.
CHANDLERY, IRON,' STEEL, kILLS, Dec 9. Cor.. \Vaer ,d C let,nt sts.
,- "-SPIK4ES, AND -G.STI.NGS. .r. s ttq fa. rersof-'P ',Jron, and C01p- "y.? OZ. Sjlp. Quinicne, just received and fI:,r
I g^gerrs rgres^.'- a^. 30 ; w !by."U-VI
Splachicola, Fa., pi 7.. H F ABELL,
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_ua/to California, It is true there is a rout
to California by Chagres, which would tak
only about thirty or forty days, but if I we
that course I would have to 'dig' for gold
home, before I left, and the mines here on
pay a living price.
Asthere are many of my acquaintances wh
'have co'nctuded to remain in Georgia, an
wait th- developements of the riches of th
gold mines-at home, which might p6ssib
happen if we left Georgia, and as many pe
sons are of the opinion that California go
is sour' to the taste, perhaps we had a
better think more of making a fkw dolla
here, and be satisfied wih our present lot
fife, tiha" to be idly speculating, about job
in another quarter of the world, o. P. q.

COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER

AP-ALACCIOLA, JHURSDAY, ,AM;. t, 1849

(r- The -foilowing gentlemen are authorize
Agents for thefCOMMECIAL ADVERTISER, and w
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise
ments:-
WM. W. C imrVER,Esq., Albany, Ga. '
Mai'or JAci -HARDMAN. Eufaula. Ala.
JAS. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa.

Charter Jlecdon.
The f1liowing gentlemen were, On M'on
day last, elected Mayor and Aldermen o
the City of Apalachicola for the ensuio
year .
Mayor'
JOHN S. HUTCHINSON. -
Aldermen :
T. H. At;STiN, H. D. DARDkit,
J. L. BARBOUR, A. HANCOCK,
JOHN CAIGH, W. H. HUdGHES,
AVERY DOWNER, JoHm B. JONES.
Stelajibbat Disasten
We regret to learn that the new, light
draght steamboat PALMETTO, brought ou
from the West the present season by Capt
McAllister, was snagged and sunk, on the
291h ult., in the neighborhood of Chimney
Bluff. It is said that the boat is a tlal
wreck. Her cargo of cotton, but littleda
aged, was taken off and brought down b
the Fashion.
BILLS OF MORTALITY--iHEALTH.-The
New Orleans Commercial -Bulletin of the
-271h ul. says: It is astonishing to nOtice
the paucity of cases of Cholera, in the cit
of Lafayette and the Fitst and Third Muoi
cipalities of New Orleans. The disease
according to the reports which have reach-
ed us from the Board of Health and the
Charity Hospital, seems to have intermitted
its severity. There is a striking diminution
in the number of deaths, in these records
The warm humid atmosphere, which pre
failed during last week, has been succeeded
by a sharp, bracing temperature, which is
deemed of favorable augury to genera
health.
A NEW PAPER AT THE SEAT OF GOVERN
MENT.-Mr. Bullett, of the New Orlesans
Picayiunp: and Mr. Gallagher, of ihe Rich
mond (Va.) Republican, are about to star
a.1paper in Washington City, to be called
the Republican Press." They are both
able writers, and experienced in the news-
paper business. It is to be a partisan jour
nal, and an advocate of the views of Gen
Taylor,, the President ebect.

RASCALITY IN THE GOLD DIGGINOS.'-
The New York Express says that all sorts
of rascality will be resorted to. to get pos-
session of the gold in California without
working' for it. One party is said to be
buying up a quantity of old copper, so in-
termixed with a certain composition as to
pass readily for pure gold among the un-
suspecting. This villainous material it is
intended to ship off as soon as possible,
and when it reaches San Francisco it is to
he stored away, and offered for sale to tlif
"1 green horns from the States--who, it is
presumed, will eagerly buy up tbe spurious
aricle, if offered cheap, instead of peril,.
ling life and limb at the washings." eO, her
nefarious projects are on foot, which, if
carried into execution, cannot fail to lead
to riot and bloodshed. All wtio intend im-
migrating should, therefore, be on their
guard. .


The New York Sun also says, on the
authority of a person just from California:
"There was some quarreltigg-n at the
nines, consequent upon the arrival of a
"ew desperadoes, who were plundering the
miners of their clothing, ore, rations, &c.
It was proposed to'organize a temporary
government, for the preservation of order
ind the.protection of life and property."

OLD ZACH SENTENCED.-Thefollowing
sentence was voted on the back of a whig
lecloral ticket, in this city, on the Ith ult.
[t is too good to be kept-in the ballot box,
nd begging the voter's pardon, we feel con-
trained to make it public.-Rich. (Ia.)
Patriot.
Zachary Taylor stand up!-You have
)een indicted by the Grand Jury that as-
embled in Philadelphia. for wilfully, reso-
utely and determinedly seeking to rule over
he people of the United States. And af-
er a fair, able and impartial investigation of
our case, by a jury of the people, whom,
ou have chosen to try your cause, you
ave been found guilty.
It now remains to rie to pronounce the
sentence of the law. That-sentence is-- ,
That you be taken Ifrom your residence
a Louisiana, Under a strong guard, that
ou be transported to the city of Washing-
an, in'the District of Colunibia, and that-
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The Closing Year. L., 0 upon the mind, a solemn.time : and 4tich is
IT isa melancholy task to reckon with Mhe season of the new year. -It should -JAs
'. 'the departed year. To trdce back the curi. occupied by serious thoug-hts. -L,-4sihe
ous threads of affection through ts. many- tine to reckon with one'shea-+-to renew
+ colored wool, a,,d knot antw iws brok-en and form resolutions-Lto I'foge and recou-
Tplaces--to number the missing -objects of cile'and redeem,.^._.:
interest, the dead and i he negleciedl-to sum ,
up the -broken resolutions, the deferred- Fromt^-r.O. Com. Times, 25th ult.
hopes, [lhe dissolved ph,niotns of anticipa- ,^..~~- The Chlflera.
lion, qpa "the many wanle.ings from -tlh.---" t is recorded of a very eminent* medical
leading star of dulv--tiiis ts' i *me- practitioner, sent by the. French Goveru-
a withal,-a Piuable, and, Iment, in 1831, to the North of' Europe, to
it may sometimes be, a p'e.sanfind a sooth- w:ttch the progress of the Cholera, and to
ing one. ItCis wonderful in what short study its pathology, that on being question-
courses the objects of this world move.- ed on the most approved method of treating
They are like arrows feebly shl,,t -A year- it' he replied : ".What would'you have me
!a brief' year, is full of thnntgs dfuinilled anti say ? It is a disease, which begins where
finished and for'g6iten. Nothini! keeps even- others end-in death." However exagger-
YI on. Wh"'l is there in the running calen-I ated may have been the conception of our
ar of .1he year that has-depar'ed, which has Gallic friend relative to this fell scourge, and
kept its place and .its magnitude !" Here how great so-ever may have been his desire
and there an aspirant for fiame Still'stretches to say something ,smart and an-tithetical ola
after his eludling shatdow-here and there an the subject, it is a melancholy fact, that the
enthusiast still clins lto hiq golden dream-- rapidity with which it develops itself, in
here and rhere.'(and alas! how rarely) a some natures, baffles all the resources of
friend keeps his truth, and a lover his fervor art, and leaves the professorapf medicine,
-but how many more. that were as ambiti-- standing by "aghast, no other mission-than
'ous. as enihus~iasti`. as Io0i i'.t thesees, when that of' simply recording the extinction of
1his year he,_iann, are now sl8hJ,.ist, and cold, ife.- In these cases, Chopera destroys by a
and I'arse I Y..u may kee|> a record of life, process so crushing, that no rallying point
and as -suvely ,,s *ii is hman. -it, `wiJI be a offers, by which science can profit, for the
ifr.i-meril din.m di joined Iisiory, crowded welfare of the'patient and its own honor,
with in nac'c t, t.nl.)lt. >- .I l h ,i,,'.j e. T here the victim is doom ed, alm ost from the in-
is nullin- constant. The" links of life are cipient stage; and the insufficiency of wor'd-
Nor evvr brealkin^. but w.e rush~on sli-ll. A ly means of safety, herein ex,,plified, is in
I+fellow Iraveller dAoi',l'",, oair side jito the humiliating contrast wilh the high-sounding
"- grave i ,niJine sia,' oj-h ope vanishes |.roin m edicaments in which the Pharm acopeia
I.the ykv- a cie;ai u e ofotir-affectiolis,ia child abounds.
p)r a "- iIloi, is >inait-li.l from ius-iperl.ji A glance at-.he reports from Chari'y Hos-
nothing %i% ih wlit 1) \%e bt,-an file race is pital, since the Cholera came among us,
-* let'l '14 1.. anId yet we .i1) not halt. "1O.n- will show that the cases which have occur-
waird-.sii onvail! is the eternal cry, red there, have, nearly all, >proved fatal. An
aind as the past receeld. the broken ties are insignificant fraction of the number admit-
forgolien, awl Ihlie prcsewanifnUutureoccupy ted, 'have* been discharged cured. This
i us alone., proves one of two propositions: either'that
T 'hei e are bright chipters in the past, the patients who died, only applied for ad-
however. If our iml is lapiricions and bro- mission, at a stage of the disease, when a
ken. it is al6,o new andI iiriout^. 'One friend cure was hopeless, of that certain, conditions-
Itis grown c*ool. bul. we have won another. of( the body prevailed with them, when they
Ooe chl.,cc wa- he..s lilunlte than we ex- fell ill, which developed thedisease with such
_( perledl, bin ainfol-'r was better. We have rapidity, that death was almost simultaneous
S" ,en,'otiierd one. man's pr'eju ices, but, in with the attack, There is, however, one
+so din,. we h v>, un, x-iir-itflly clattered 'he feature in tire history of Cholera, during its
pari.,iljnes id' his neighbor. -We h Inve:eg- present Visit, which is peculiarly significant.
Elected ;1 recordfe.lJumy, but a deed of charity Those classes of society, that by their social
done, upon ininlulsp, has brought up the" position and worldly means, have it in their
+ baldi' ee. it an eq-able '*1/emper of mind, power to avoid exposure to (he inclemancy
memory, to a man of ordinary goodness of of the weather; who practice temperance;
heart, ispleavmit company. A careless rhy- and take the usual precautions against in-
: iner, Wihose heart 4s better thau his head, fection, ave been hitherto almost wholly
says; 1 exempt from its attacks. Principally, the
S I ;ol not esc pe from memory's Iland, poor,u the 10 useless, the intemperate, have
Forditl]h I e rr, Vi eri vit ; been its victims; and, as a remarkable fact,
F1,I there's de'iier dt,-i in memory's land, we may cite our creole population, who are,
ITliinldie ,-rore o rii twrij. constitutionally, or by hereditary habit, tern-
*r'Tibwanderer s heart and sbul to bind." operate, both in eating and drinking, as hav-
"I If'was *a good thought st, g.e.ted by an i"3 UP to the present moment, passed un-
S ingeniuus I'iend 0f minetoomake o~e's will scathed by the scourge. Although the cir.
aI>nou.|lly. Awl rem;,nl,er -all whom we.love cumstance of one or two cases of temperate
Sin it in the degree of their deserving. ,I persons having been .carried oft by Cholera,
have acrel uloi, the hint since, and truly it since its advent here, may be adduced in
+ Js keeping a .*ale~dr of one's litfe. I have evidence, to contravene the position, which
i s k e i -i o c l w r o d i e a e t h e a b o v e r e m a ylk s g o t s a b lis h y e t th e y .
little to bequeath, indeed-a manuscript or for bt ean e go to est, which seems
two. some hall' duzen pictures, and a score form but ans ecption to a rule wh s
w ...o. A d .. ... a to us, to have great force. At all events,
or (woO1` nU'nt- l th lilUril 1wn(i choice au- ., ,. ,
-hor-bil,. slil. as'kese Poor ,meenw-c ,there is more hope, at all times, for.him who
%re-, i is pleasant -o-raie..1. ir l"t, le --- Rnd -- --^'l -r-wtc t"'^ lOus self--estraint, -than for
write iain-,t friends, the votary of excess ; and, now when death
r we should wish -hem left it we knew we is stalking -abroad, and no one knows whom
as e soul wsh her ]et f" e kew e+he may strike next, it behooves us 311 to
S were presently to die. It wouhd be a satis- e" slk nxl, oo s 11t
ir,, thoughtrin sickness, that one's friends keep within reasonable bounds in all things.
: wouldhavoua memskial to sughsa t us when For the sake of science, we hope-that
%udbv-a "reita .-o stg-s us. Y lie some research will be instituted lute~ the
we were. sune--that they would know we oersachw"blnte * w e w re in e h at th e v w o ul k n o w e h isto ry o f th e a d v e n t o f C h oble ra a m o n g LIS, j
wished to be rem ,nembhreI by them and re- within the last fortnight. W e hoped that
nirembi-red them among the first. And it is the pub la' would have been.enlightened
pleasant. too, whili- ,live, to change the or- thereon, by the publication of the Proceed-
der ofalirproriniin with'the every.varying ings at the meeting of the Medico-Chirur-
evidence h of ;.,leciion. It is a relief to vex- g"8 al Societ e, und of the a t oity.C h ey
., alinn and mortified ,,1iid ,to erase the name gical Society, under their authority. T hey
nfoneun rv or llse, and it is delightful, have, however, thought fit to discuss o'hei
o l n e i n t o r l i v o r I i s e v a ) ( ] i t s e l i h t f l m a t t e r s w h i c h a r e o f l e s s i n t e r e s t t o t h e
as anodh,'r se* ne irer to your heart, with public, and certainly much less to the great
Il'le ar,i,lu..l-a,,d snre+ test of intimacy, to l'-^ c rtm y uc le s o eg ea
pire'gr him in vu s,'ret register, i body of their own profession. As far as our
If 1 should'live it be old, I doubt not it own tnvestgatons extend, Cholera, in its
-will be a pleasant thing to look over these present visit has been as eccenth c, tin he
little testmenis. It is difficult, now, with explcicaby
heir kind nfi:e and pleasant faces ever explicable in its attacks. It is, certain, thatti
n bou t-one. to realize the changes of feeling su p oe d, bre ught the C h oesse -o ouwhc ret s,
betweiu tkie first and the last--more diffi leved, that tse Casleranon there--
S cult still : inma'ite agai-st any of those the inde anto tha e noteassel -the. itnse,
familiarnanmes.l,e si~nificanl asterisk which y ned thdntcosdteCan
i ,i i i *r~~i, i from En~igland. Hence we must concludemuk hidld\ii h omncacs i .iii iiii. i. ""-
.- ... m. s h~ ,ml-) ui' i h. ommornhance that it had boarded the ship, while at sea, or
+ of humnan truth, and the still hiore desper- .i ir i i *
+ ,+ te ch n of h rna li e* co*u-i is that it had fo u nd other ag encies for its trans-
i. *i i portation from the Old World. But c'on-
rn e la od h oly Io iltink w h ait a m irac le it w o u ld e t e s h re o t id e, nd ea n i e
-+ b'e if even haillhis list, brief anci youlhful at1"- fa lt Lire moth iewle ss wind res hqich
as ilfis, should he,-'t enty years hence, living "t blowet h w l ee ith l i esleth wn mind w h can
\ and uncha nged. "' te" ll~ t when e i co m eth, an or whi h e itaeth ,
*"/ The fesliviti,-sof-this part of the year al- ite arhesceon its way unseen;land, lik Iheth
ways seemed ,o me*,,,isti,ned and revolting. sam elemces n t, whyusen rushnd, tilkes comn
I know not what cole+ tAe reflections of g'n leent, work rushino f y t i es only- rnwnb
..+ ;" others lake, but to me it s simply the feel- thede" asatat in Whichyart itstonlyk.onb
ing of esecape-ilhe released breath of feathe'eaaa~nwihmrsistak
.after a period uf suspense and danger. Ac- DIAMONDS TOO !--Extract of a Ietter, re-r
'+"cident, misery, ilf.,ili, hav'e been about us ceived by Mr. Buffurn, of Portland, (Me.,)
in tlleir invisible shapes, and while one is from his son Edward Gouhl Buffum, dated
< tortured within piui. and' ano+lher reduced to Pueblo de los Angeles, Upper California,
: " wretchiednes-s, a,,o'her struck into-the grave J'uly 31:--r
+'',...beside us, we know in~t why or how, we are Persons who have heen to the playersrs''
; still living and prosperous. It. is+ next to a say there is ample room for fifty thousand
+ \ > miracle that wve aieso. WVe h tee been on people to work fi~fiy years. ]t is doubtless


the edge of ch.,s-ii ( omiJni:,l]y. Our fe ut .the. richest place in the world. W within a a
-. have tottered, our busomn-, liie been grazed week or two past, dia-mon s adnd:[latina have
by the thick shal'is uf ,li-.14--had our eyes also been found. These stories strange as t
been spirit-keen %e hul,.. hotid bet n' dumb they may sern, are strictly true. I know., f
wilh fear at our peril.. If, every tenth sun- them to be so. There will probably be a n
beam were adeajly arrow-ifthe earth were great emigration to the country as soon as J
full of invisible abysses--if p,,isons weie the news get sp, ead at home, and I wish you g
sown Mhikly in the air, life would hardly be to show this letter' and recommend a
more insecure. We can stand upon our to him to come by all means. There is no
S threshold ah,!i see +it* Thesleigorous are humbug about this. New places are being
; stricken down by an invisible -tnd-the ac- discovered every day, arid Peru and Mexico,
'".. live and busy suildetily deisappear--deth is will ere long sink into insignificance coam
caught in the breath ol- the night wind, in pared with California. Every thing con-
lthe dropping of the dew. There is- no nected with mining, as well as all goods and It
"place of moent-i in which that horrible provisions, are selling in the mining region at
phantom is not gliding among us. It is na- at most exhorbitant priIces. Pick axes are st
tural at each period of escape 'to rejoice worth fifty dollars each., Shovels twenty-
-1.+ fervently and fron the heart ; but I know five dollars. Hoes ten dollars. Fl-our$100
S .not, if others look upoin death with the a barrel. Cotton cloth, $1,50 a yard and
Bwame'irrepressible horror that I do, how everything else in proportion. b,
.heir joy can be so thotghtlessly trifling. It se
s.eems to me, matter for-deep, and almost From the Augusta Republic. I
: Jlerful congratulation. -It should be- ex- MYTOWN CALCULATION.-One dollar per
;: pressed in religious places and with the day for labor in Georgia, is about equal to h
.solemn voice of worship;, and when the the amount of eleven dollars at the mines in te
Period has thus been inat'rked, it should be California, becaLuse one dollar can purchase yc
speedily forgotten lest its cloud become de- here as much as eleven dollars can buy there, y.
.-pressing. I am an ah orcate for all thegaiety When I calculate the expenscof the trip; its h
that the spirits will bear. I would reserve dangers; think of having t6 cross -the tropics
> no particle o) the treasure of happiness.- and equator twice, and feel the rather warimn
"The'worl-l is dull enotigh at iliha bet. Bit raysof an Africansun if [ 2o in a sailing vessel se
o_ mHisn n stllke !Is Leilper. Do no, pre_"s -: lnd of' the ;ix ,iunihs of anxious and un-
9U^_ -ofii.f'.ay/ nleasur~ille ik rilling prof ille lime I woe lhl lose nun iille tri and *
IU_,:1V -nnea,^eil^ of geliitir :a bushel or two of m
V! en I gen there, f have-concl ded to y3
M;;^ *v-i,-fo:0! ^apI-fcoitt -M- trtesi-stibly Vtdke the certainty of the dollar here, and not to
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e, you there be placed on a chair, provided it does not. follow that slaves may not be treat her-with abi,
de for he purpose, in the White House, and employed on lighters; it does not follow that close the ports be
mt be confined for the term of four years to the colored crews inay not be sick and be ufactures while tb
ly such labor as your country may require. brought to the hospital for medical treat- slantnev erlheleal i
And may the Lord have mercy upon your ment-that they may dot commit offences .he commodhies o,
ho0 do- I and be lodged in jail, or that in ihe'support voke."
e d of an oero'trts police to prevent dommuni- .. _
ne For the Commercial Advertiser -' .,; ,., ;. .- _. A case of somer
yFor the Commercial Advetisir. cation, they be detected in the act, lhe pun- Acom'i-e, .as..
ly MR. EDITOR: i n. co"unity was r ec
r- ,ishment of the act itself will n'ecessarily iog_ r ,t ..d _
Id By an act, entitled an act to prevent bri. ngtthem amog us.hey urher say reported 6o e aMl.
i = o rmng them among us. "T'ey further say .. . [? {'*'
all the future migration of free negroes or mu- ., report r e
thaifi i moe co~eoieulor "~se '~topeared that a )mdb
rs. lattoes to this Territory," passed by the Le- hafbring col more crews, for the reason f a 0 sesa
:0' gislative Council of ihe late Territory of 2000 bushels -of do
id, spirit 'o'f r'esistaifce to-their introductiola, it
d Florida, and to b'e fo'udd'on .age 543 of 8does not follo that 'we sould petaoritheamll foer from a man .
SThompson's Digesi, it is provided 1" trat to i't, any inres than we should perii tthm ter subasequcnly;
hereafter'il shall not be lawful for any free nany e ha we hould +pc rac.
man t'o ride -i lin throgh th 'couit'ry Wo r
, negro or mulatto to migrate, or be brought ano rlide lon through he oa posed upon by fi
into this (State) from any State or Territory urged as a reason why we should accord to, tathe 4eheda.ia wi
him the privilege, that every body would be rleo
within the United Stales, bi' elsewhere; ari e anevery body would be tae tbe -.ar
.. , .afraid of such ain animal, and would not .,
and that it shall be the duty of the several afr r i as o h annr indw d that he had asserte
^ r.steal or in any other mianner interfere with ..
ed' marshals, sheriffs and constables, in thishs qet pote oai. i" afdwith refeence othi.be
ni c bri ,. s qoiet possession of it. ~.' .,-,
State, to arrest such free negro or mulatto," hi quetps i pulled his
;e- And lastly, in answer to the argument lo.n.egorth
e- &c., and also, that 11 if any captain, owner him to orego l-.he
against the comity and constitutiona lit y o or h h r ihei:
or consignee of any vessel, or 6al, shall agaost e """^B"11 constituiionaliiy of ^I he in rkk' The
or cnsinee f ay vssel orb'oa, sallthe law, it is urged that it is no( trn'e tb'at in e
suffer any free negro or mulatto to be e lawy St ts urged tar it is n t' eut in i, h iiiie t
i. i e ~any State negr~oes are entitled t6, equal .-
brought into this Stale in any vessel or boat, whicho citie nshi, an tht* if equy ma e vilianted ihi e
S1 rights, o 'gh f citizenship, and that if they make
commyanded or- owned by, or consigned to, .. ', ** prevented his tetavel
e'oqin, e ach ned byo, or con do ,distinctions between their white and colored "A4.a brief Abs
him, such com wander, or owner, or con- Afti4 o fic et-ri-h~efbs.
Df sigoee shall be held responsible by bond, p0?li '-yw rot consideraIiop s o domestic 'edict.or'heaefnc
S&c., conditioned thal he will pay all costs, policy, with eual propriety e mus clai This decision
the privilege b4 doing the same, and with-poiets, wilh rereren
together with the eftpense of keeping in lepv}^b h ae nl"f-ons u eee
jiltogethenr 'wsucith thre expensero of keeping and very great propriety. when it is remembered selling of produce.
-jail any such fre 6egroi mulatto and that they have denied to us in many in- may be in possession
that he will'iransport hift or her beyond *the .. .in 1iritest andl ibeo
halimithofw rsptthis Sare." o hhbtances lhis very comity they solicit at our I yeII a in te
limit of this Stale." #, 7 Ithereof, yet alny co
Wh. the st fe rh h eoi ha hands. The Constitutlon declares that the Iwen thih, ith'rbt
Wiihtt the last few mfonths efforts have .. ,<, '-. il'e im ihu
St erc tis, i e citizens bf each State shall be entitled it al being minade to thi he
been marie to enforce this law, and in these h rl n i t t .. e is a vlid eorat hi
a. ,. ,- ... dite privileges and immunities of the citi-iens is a valid coniract At
efforts the colored crews df several vessels of the several States. Arong t r thesbyiis n iF ote
in the port of Apalachicola have been (aken -f l Among thesb privi 4 b,ye t bobt
in he ~i' ofAp;lacieoa h,ebee taen ege and immunities are the protection of 'upei'ior intormain-
from the bay and lodged in jail, iintil the ege a m es are the p upeior i"or-i"n-
persob and property wherever we may be. made be"lwee40herr
, provisions ofthe act Bave been cornplied Oerso great ar.Pcle or property inThe South-e be. u. f a le pu.rcht,
i with. The motives and the acts of officers h-d a7 nii )'uestioon
.engaged in the performance oif this duty ern Slates is slaves. yet in seeking to enter ,^
engaed n te parrrmafe b ths dty o by ihbc-seliler, he is
1.with our property the limits of any Northern hspsessionter
e have been much discussed, but as the law Wb our p--0?6^ t1" l""^"f any Norlhern his possession their
e shaebend as h dls d o ao he l State, we are at once deprved'-of it, and same, and to do so, v
y stands as a ruleor acion upon. the statute, subjected to every insult andti injury an other inio contract
boks t sn o*Oaygn r a ,d excited populace may choose to inflict upon is fraud which wi
chants of the place, that the General As- exied populace may hoose to inict upon and render it of nin.
sebl now in essiob be eorilied s, without the countenance and protection fines rrabd as.fltg
y setly now in oessio bfhelai oi'the legall.yonituted aibbir-iepibeiiation 6fIa
on the state of fats, ,and the necessary con- o he law ole leall constituted espeiiiaion l a it
itiesIt part' is lulled 'ini
sequences thereof, and that they be solicited This is sae of the unni i ad inde toorego i
e to change the policy o the State in this iis the tate of te i and o s ini
e region, or at east so to modify the law as 0he quesio is, what course'e we to pur- L, however tob
e "sue. WKialet'el may be the truth -and jus- chsb.er,, eth" when q
e to exempt thb city 6f Apalachicola ftorn its .Ue. Wbatev may be Ille ^"'h a"dJ^- L.baJer, e)eh when q
t ieermip I hII cit t Aonaom. tilce orthe proposition, the time of its inio- commuthicate his 'in
Y operation. d c"- 4H so l e urd
i- Toefec t he purose a commi..e" o.. duction is exceedingly inauspicious. In sonly re i
i-'1o effect The pufp~ose a enmmtttee o nr es hepopstn a be md;of his' being -;,-6"siei
'i gentlemen have been detailed frotn the Congdeso the proposition has been r ma- e r e, -; oT- b!;.
- Chamber of Commerce, and as the inter- alh vHouse tor sa eryhai members of fcrsesso ,he tnio
te House, that slaveiy shall be abolished possessitohy Wi li1,-
e est of the entire community ndiy be effect- iri i6 bisfet ot Cdolmibia, and' that. the oui ieaderi will here
d edby theDatio.h of that Chamber, and as 8 tispctofonwhich Chi, a';
d question shall bb determined by the votes P YOSIB
n the citizens generally are not rmiemhers of Cotemalle nhaht oby thtrict vond
'. that body, and are consequently ignorantof thad free. large pnhabians b peihhe Dista majorict, ondA RicH o
their arguments and their action to d grBat ofrthemmbers of 6rhe [lHouses oa an gijori lf'ro our
extent, it is the purpose of thi communi- lgress, ha gonbe( o ihai isskiiblj wiof the s 5
s cation to place both of these before the gress ae goe o asslbl wit he a small capital, hass
Scoinmunity. ibat all may have an opportt- avowed and fixed determination to pass a .available stock, that
niy of ifuence and of action upon the law by which tbesluice ipuoaliou of the affit's, iftn cbtuld
subjiy of influence and.of action upon the United Satiei shall bb restricted -Io the sbo usn" not oniy et
S Those solicitous that that the law should limits of those Satles in which it now exists. ve. 'efie bigehn
Thos soicitus hatthatthelawshoud vsts
S be repealed or modified, argue against it:- In :lis sae of facts ii is additionally ne- barrels, abd.passige
That vessels having colored crews are tlius cessary that our local policy should be 01) you. think ibesh
t htveel haing oo s art .us stringent; and if the people of these Stales None but those of
prevented- from coming to this port; thathave t provide for the indefinite inci would readily inrinat
the number of vessels coming is less than it Inrease. co81an,.ftr&461h e J'rs
Sthe number of vessels coming is lesshan of that population with ounr borders--i EngrintJ Rum- 0
would be if this law was not in operation ; .
that freights are consequently higher, which our Northern friends, who brought thai playing cards, 6Sgoi
tha frighs re onsquetl hiher whchclass of population here, used them in open- itore or less ot the -P
causes a charge of a fraction per pound for classes hepont untio lgd them in opepe hen G reons etr se
increased freight upon all cotton shipped ing their country until no longer useful, then Green's treatises on
from this port; tha the evil of intercourse- sold them to our fathers and invested the Old Sledge, &v, 'n
from this port; that the evil of intercourse-
Sof free negroes with the slaves of our coun- proceeds in less troublesome property, feel to ultter suffocation,"
such sympathy for the afflicted -race that known specimnens-of
s try, intended to be prevented by the law, they cannot share with us now the care Rd ar.to i s double
dosnoexitatthisplacfothere r bnar d. *Insea
*es not exist at this place, for the reason bon cannot shar wihusnw h ar nd
o that the shipping is ataa distance from the responsibility of heir government, but force bold, etlterprisignCh+
. town; and that a colored crew would have us to keep them upon ,,11r lands and not will hesitate to say lt
Sno inducement, a~nd could be easily retained suffer the pure air of other States to be pol- assorted and useful.
: from landing; that masters of vessels find luted by the loathsome institution, it is at don, thgod d^^st,
it to their interest to bring colored crews least proper lat the manaBemfet of Ib. pogre of sc i
, to slave ports, for the reason that the spirit race should be exclusively in the hands of ly .broached E| Doai
of resistance to the introduction confines Lhose who are of us, and who contemplate a strain, and all hearts
them more closely on board, and makes permanent residence amongst us,. to share Gen. Taylh
.. them more manageable and obedient; and ou'sufferings and contribute to (or safety. Tlheprinc;ple, wnii
that the policy and action of this State And it cannot be denied that manytt. Tad or in t5 heelectit
generally is in derogation of the rights Ihose Most clamorous orb the change soil- purp wisdm in
guaranteed to (he citizens of other States r' are those whose interests and afer hess of action+ He
by the constitution of the United Slates tions are elsewhere, and who are linked hy nood .of the euiintts
no tie whaitever to the, fate o lo~tions oflhat President, tdf
federal government, which declares that Sotate whose sroilthey pter uoun. selectio of esea
I the citizens of each State shall be entitled s neta in thowards0 lh~e gnlee per-b tainl w aso we kog hr
to all the privileges and immunities of the Iee'anlwts*oeg"1 ^P-.il s^ko h
.several States ;" >l~at as, other members of sonally every kind and friendly feeling but do not know wn" ^b
*hi cnfdercyhae senprpertoaditmust sa tha i there can be a time when a--other officers, bu
m en of color to the rights of citizenship the "" instieio o re d om est c sla ery ato p ho me f bass one doubt
that the right of enlry, in the pursuits of h~ s~ f o .. ..eti -ya om ? __ ^ ^ .


... traom Ioreign interference, thlat' time has we say.it will be, Ge
commerce is a right,ineidenit to that charac- come-; and ithat jhe-p e:'t ~tK paci+ake6 .eare'fo stctile
ter, and thaI ,ii-f State of Flordad in deny- who ie heread w o fthe Pla e.'r o se "l
in% this privilege is regardless of the comity ,hme of themselves and thei..posterity, are berl'ass G eayl,
f Q,. ^- 1 1, r hme f temslve andihe-t ostrit, aEnql11't~ie~hat as earl
of States, and violates the principles of our tostprope oes reomn r t, dn Taylor,
common constitution, the ltost proper ones-(o recommend a tlemanofNew'Yoyk
change of measurft, wh'enever the necessity the basis of his qabin
Those favoring the present policy of the of a change should ou letter co to ha
State, say (hat the inconvenience to the o c that he had been ele(
commercial interests of this city results GEN.RAL TA" OR IN CAADA.--A paper felt desirous that tihe
from the very recent operation of this law published in Kihgston, Canada thus spec'n- 'self, should know that
and thal iey treent opratin sthips awilateson theetion 0fGen. Taylor.There satislactory In repl,
and that it is folly topretend that ships with is much Iruih in its retnarks, arid the-demo- General," he express
white sailors, in number sufficient to trans- cracy might profit fram the bint of -their nni iid-io-m-.ieJu.bl.Mi
port all the products seeking outlet here, British friends of the.low estimate, itwhich letter alluded to. ani
will not ultimately come, and will not con- they .old their character as R party, the General says :," 1
tinue to come, so long as there are products 111 f would appear by 0u'r Telegaphic. Re- to,publish lhe few lin
tiue to ,oe so log a there are prodts port, that Gen. Taylorhas been elected Pre- in your letter, toucl
to be shipped ; and that until it is deter- silent ofthe United States of Amerl,. Prior oftny eabme. "ei. '."
mined that colored labor is cheaper and fiAhe election the hopes of the Whig party j .0Thefilowing is 1-11
more efficient on shipboard than white labor, were very strong, and it is seen by the result referred to.: '
it is also folly to pretend that products from that their hopes were well founded. We Y"BA-PIoF R
,1,- hardly know whether we should Congratu-, < '**
this port will not be transported as cheap .. L ,, ,1 i '"e ;
ts pr w no e t a h late the country ont rhe elevation of Gen. endeavor to, organize
as they would be transported it vessels hav- Taylor or not. He himself is an estimable manner as lo-.secure',
ing colored crews were admitted. They man, and his party is' composed of nearly represenrioin about-
say further that intercourse might not ne- all the wealth and intelligence of the Union; terests of the eounir
but on'the other hand, that party is and ever licable,,to tepreilm"l
CeSsarilY takenplace between colored crew h as been opposed to a low Tariff and the Union. If anslrsirgi
of vessels and slaves on shore, from the fact introduction of Engl,ish, gods. The. cry ples.it-eier.- ^i---'--
Lot being brought into the bay of Apalachi- is Protection for'native productions. Where- be sads.ied 4 -atft b<
cola,-bat that if h"al "itercourse were soli- as Gen. C!ss and the ]DemOcrats. although be the case.aL
eited by masters of vessels or their crews, OPPnents iu speeches to Great Britain ad : .^^^l/'^^^ :
... .. .. .. .- her interests, hav'e always advocated a loH w ." -^,, *"
this is the only law that now prevents it, or Fre raeThswlele Tepinpehee
can by. any'possibi lily. ftoveni Ut. Fux-lb-ha-#ips ea~k~jth f-e t .r in. Bianad wNil-govern bior 1 b

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ji~t coddbli G&WUW..
er we 'rcbaoifejMtn u
breatemog i ye~y
rieely adifwdwws
)ftheff~e teyo


interest to tbe ...*a
gently decided in e.',"
1) which we find IrtgF-
igdrdtown Newa. t^ ".
namedd Horine bo ght :.
"-,0 iido 400 u onr f
refuseid[,a U~rer-,aeco.. .
leging tijr ;liwsad -I"n
i rfrffer. +' wA "staetod
I "i f "W ; sewe-
as in possesikn of nUW*
Ak~ (or btead (3iijr
Wda falsehood6n g "
e news in bhis p.ssel ,*-
9 suslpicions or imndua. +; :
er inquiry as lo thecj.,fte
e judgecharged
he case, it a


4ce the jury returned a i..
I Mir.- -~r-Nfwa T.
has at .iasr etled (wo. '
Oce to be buying and '.
R&R4 e prcuser'
b qf the news of a ri 1
PeltVT m(yn& igOoor-n|
intracit enterf-d inlo-be-. ",
t by .iibrppreseniamiod
eller by the porchaser,
bd binding i- e0imy rer'
seller asks ho^|Q8iion.. 1:-
ndto0 impart toii. hi:
I-and the COIxaetIihus -.+ 4
"is a0 good iW. Secm '.
er.e ih psapssioh of I
ed with reference i here.
. not Prifilegedrew^^
e*r o' misrepresent hih. .
with a friew to draw .lie :
averse io his inlerti'ftk
ill.,.i'iatt ,ihe contra.l
,e* ro itibe,1W de- |
he ebhic'alhahI' oi j
6mtrial fact, by wihiel f
o a false eonlei&6ftei'-
qult'y iqec ssatyi-o ,he
~re'.ss. Fimoi ft bis- is
inferredi~bie' P4'ufk_'
questiohed, is" bou'ndd
formatlon, lo the sFe'r*
not 10 conirebt, ie fact
[, and.nr lio- ifcp -
Y o falmhood ,b"4m-
rm>i'ion, h e hasi,^ hi*
Iis inot inaIlion, w.e tlno#G
iader know lhe gr,.Bo-04,
and whIen enteri.ntinl

LA &-in i herst
bLound for ii old itj"e-
young ,adventurer witl'
elected abo' tfi6 mogir
in our view of fi(AAM
Possibly con~eRei at
s8sli?,bu I W jlie
Wage on lhe 0 A ilain-
tgaged frighi f,,r fi-v
fbor himself, (j wha(
h Jfkive b: ,rrel. a obhoa i m .
S i Ihilbyipiic)ieal lurtl
e6 .++l, (hre,..be rrel
cy l g, alias New
ni- Iar'ri of Ahr'ieair -
rled brands, with aJ2,
private marks an4d oignsa
t forth in,. Hoyle's" and
Pb'ke r L'oo, -E uc'hrei
he fifth'l barrels -filled.
with all torts, sizes, a6uJ,
Dice/!fromr I he loaded
e sixes, fresh from 0he
inning IheC bii- -of this
risiian advenutliter. none. 1
la, his el, +an'i'-stncf bl+
implerents of c dviliza.
ett, is destined to rake
and atif no iitle to the
re.earches, in the ne"-
rado, wherelo ll- eyes
y ea;rMi.--Bosin tVJ i
or's -abinet. '-
c~h wnll govern General
).n of his Cabinet. is us
I'arC, t eTr-for honesty of
deciding. aind prompt-
!" wiill look only t~o thei
yvi .a.ll ibat lie doeSsJs
oursec will dlb so in ihe -
ihef.: ie.knfl( i~his
hi 'aeiiOn -jusr as cel,, ,
rtlhe i'.-pi~srio|. e !
wiH'-M-i4c! :Or Cabine|
,ha( selecttob wiH 1

ri."'lTy'lor h'mself ha3 ,\i+' :
all question abo-ut it.. <' i
ew-Y ork: effni i";re-'IF "
ly~n rbti e 2(1'Jo'f N ovem --:
, in wr/i'ng ' a ien- :;
. sateifi what. would. b-e i


net if elected f and ihal *
nd alter h was ktnowi .
*ted. he ve fy aw ara\y .
public, as.weyf~is- h ii' "1
t il could nol faff eu WN"
yi.pe 1berfiffe to6 fh#'.
;d a MesIre0 be;e per- J
A lie,.acagz|ph of the* *
under date of Der. 7j ,
rau have"my aulhoriqy
nes to which you reler
thing the 'ioustruciiod "
ie frraes of the letter
oo cN'o. 841. "INV.
If elected, I'shatI Jl
my C 'agibnet in sachv t
a, fa-ir awny enhfghtered l
me qf al. jthe gear im- :
y; and, ds at a'prwc- i
an sl actions of-_ bhe n
cd upo.nos'ieh priinci. JB
Mp~t s btl-,pfople should ilH
ilieve tTiat ubh would J B

Z.: tY LOR. ^H
,r'i'ad t that which /
a selectio of hk r- 1







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'g. THE superior ship MASCOr, FiCfe,-
^'i master, will sail-in P few .d a" fr We
:s1aboveport. For deck freibt, apply Ja;i 4 : R. B..oGBBR ,& o,-8 ..,..,'
I i twenty I lloarsJ- wnl., ,:
t, : RANAWAY :from-the uriderigaed oB
^ the 17th Nove'ber ladt, the followning-d. ".
scriibed&Negro-Min, nakmed CHARLt,1 '
H e is 5 feet 6 or 7 filcl es h igo F 5 y er a ",
old, arfd weighs 140 or 145 lbsj, o0le'ar, tw ~if--
out below, in .front. I willigive the above rev04
for his delivery to me, or $10 if confi,#d so"Ia get him and pay all reasonable expenaes. *?.
J. B. L"EE3RLT "
Mavianna, Dec. 16, 1.48." : 48tf

THE Dwelling Houst lately 'occaupied-
9 by 1 he undersigned. TLrm.s, accroinmoq*
^gfdating. Apply to "" r ,
B. S. HAWLEY, ....
N( v 2 5 : polumtbus Blotilc. "
To Rent. : *a
STORES Nos. 6 CNlumb Block, aind
18 Water street. F6r terms, appiy to .,
INov 11. NOURSP,, STONE4 ,. Co.'"
,, Warranted tqCure.*0 ,
C-OSTER & COXE'S genuine South"r Tonici
compounded from medicines of.-- our.q v9.x
forests, a, perfect and lasting cure for lever, jia
ague, and for being the best Topic in case.s o
general debility or weakness noW knQWVn, for sale
by [April-27] H n FABELL:'^
MOFFATIS LIFE PILLS AND PHMEIX
BITTERS, just received and for'sake-by
Nov 21 J.C. ALL4N..


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Loaf Sugair.
2000 LBS. Steam Refined, for sale by
200}Dec 28 D B WOOD.


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Tile Indians' Elixlr. -'
A CERTAIN remedy for ohill'iaid fever, fof
sale by" "':'* "
Feb ,. ., : J C ALLE


V Y virtue oQ a .writ of fieri facias issued from
the Cler"ks o'o of the Ci'rcuit Court for
Franklin county, Western Circuit of Florida,
and to.me directed-, wherqin Hiram Nourse is
plaintiff, and J.ohn B. Maurean and Louise Pel-
levin are defendantts, I have levied upon and will
offbr for sale before the Court House door in the
city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday in Feb-
ruary n,!x.t, 1849, within the legal hours, the fol-
lowi'ng property, to _Vyit : Lot No. 10, block F,
sgcondrange-, in the City of Apalachicola, levied
II[-_,n a,.'tla4'! paropertv of said defendants, and to
be sold to satisfy said wt it of fieri facias.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff.
By B. LUCAS, Deputy.
Apalachicola, Dec. 29, 1848.
Sheriff's Sale.
I WlLL,skll on the first Monday-in February
next, at the usual hours of sale, in front of the
"1.,"rkrt House, Apalachicola, that being the usual
place of holding Court for the county of Frank-
lin, the undivided intere.t of Benjamin S. Haw-
i.-v in and to lots 2, block D1, fronting on Water
street, being ll-20ths of said lot ; also, lots 2 and
3, block'26; also, lot 9, block 1; lot 1, block 26;
l,,t q, block 8 ; lots 9 and 12,, block Hl; lots 4
and 17, block Hi, together with the improve-
ments thereon, or so much thercoTI as will satisfy
the fi. fas. herein referred to-the same being
levied on as the property of Benjamin S. Hawley
to satisfy two fi. fas. issuing ou1 of the Cirfcit
Court of Franklin County-in one of said fi fas.
Cebra & Camming being plaintiffs, and Benjamin
S Hawley defendant, tor the principal sum of
$527 96, besides interest from 22d December,
18-15, and costs. In the other, Miles & Evereit
to the use of Charles Miles, plaintiff, and Benja-
min S. Hawley defendant, for the principal sum
of $301 12, besides interest from Od Decemberi
1$154, and costs. Property pointed odt by plain-
Otiff. Terms cash'.
40 ,4 JOHN LUCAS, heriff.
,By B. LUCAS Deputy.,
January 2, 1849.
THE consignee of Goods marked A. B;, per
'lbark Edward, from New York, %.%il please
ma"0e himself known t., o,
,-. WM. G. PORTER & KCo.,
Jn.r 4, 1849 .. 41 ,Wate street.


BECidet.". ....
C;/ BBLS Champagne, fr sale bi ^J- -
50 Dee 30 B ELLI.ON. Co. "


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SHETINGS, Shirtings.. andc Pria'ls, by,(,.h6
bale and case/low for cash, by ... ".'-
Dec 9. <- Our. Water a, g s ;
: Tanners;O-h ..
T7 -L- .;I by , .: .'^-.. f ^ ', .
'F Dee 30 &IcyQ;I- Co.
WoOd W kre, &'c. ,' "
B ARREL Covers, Painied-PAils, Tubs, Floir,
Pails, Mea'sures, Txa\s, Axbelvbs,, Bucket.%
Beivoons, &c. &e fl sdie ,by ,- :-'"-- -
B. ELLISON:.'C 0o. 1
Dee 9. Cor. Water and'Cheshiut Sl g. .


,, 0 Percussion Caps,
J ., ....J C "ALLEN.


3 ~ ~Quinine^ " ''."' '* '"
OZ. Sulp. Qui .ine, JY. S iiTRELla So] for
30sale by t *i 'a < ..
April -27 r .AB-,


WVerinffuge.
WINER'S Canadian Vermifuge, for sale by *
Feb 17 # H F ABELL.
Storage,
N Fire Proo'p tore No. 24 Water street, by
Nov 25. D.-B. WOOD.


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Shaivnig Bi oxc 4es., : ". e +-
SA r GE and cheap oml rt Sbarrn;]Sxes-,
i, b,i received and for saiLt by '-
Dee 9 ..i' ABELL, .


^ IPassenkers
rt'lr.stl'Iti.'rr M A %I.[.,-- D Mnrr.<, .1,v arid
90,rva,,. -..is. \ILiC dl "fI'l .-rv-inl. Mli- T-1',-ninl.
-Mi'- .1 Capif. NI-;s E Cir-ile, Milt,,n Sinith,
Masier Rioh s
Per ,tejin'er Sotlit-rner-G H Spencer, W F
M iller.
t P.or *[tpant.-r l-tin-imi-Mi-, E Rogers, -Miss M
'itosers.- W T Wood. C ri,,.MNrver" .'..
P Per teaminpr Fa-_'hiai-H kV Conner -and' lady,
MliSs Connfr.I,C %tqrion
I Per -teinter Qin V.-A 'hidJ n. W Barber,
'J C Tivlor, Al,..\..nder A:-h, Mr L-'under, Mr Car-
'away, J \Vod l
Per -teaiter Viold-Mr \'. lc,,. .
'- "',.Pfr -enrmrr I'irtfal,,-MN.ha M.,IrN A Hardna'nif,
IN.L[t i'r T li,.- L IIir,]iu iu. !i ,in .F
I. Per ltviner Qiliu.,.-M-h' ihnir and, family,
,k iRRv.titer", SO Rv'nl-,er, H J l..^is, C Swteet, 'lA
B -h e r I
Per steai',n-r Porvt,,na-- lr Thton1.ir, l1Un. nlr'.aidfl
ervvanl, Mr-: i,,t-onkii. cM'.l. 'firl ,tv(,rY Miss
pr l.,ekhart, V'ol J L Ie. Ma| Di1,'linhr'i, dW, WI H Long,
Win H T.illinin, LUa-mlrn, EniinI, ;Ffrizi'rald,
S ird-tw.nv, Browna
S':*: 'Per ote.inmer Sinilh--H K'-ii
Iteceipts frinu the IHterior'.
r *' Per tl ti'r" l A Aoor,--256 rn !es folion lo Ai
N McKqv &: Co. 169 to W A .\7 P.C Kaiii, 77 to
L,),'hir i V' 'oj,-": 060 ivW'ylie &! XlCKenzle
I. -Per r ieamnpr R i>.~i.>--'- il r ,,1' .al," ,* ,*i to N
DI-hlis: 91 if W,.,] \: K-il|lou: 6-C. -.1 W -.A,& P
.1C Kdin; 46 to N lcKsy &' C";, 34 'to Simis &
C'hef't, :.'r ;-' "r ... ', I ,. 1
Per SIai,jIP'r, :t, lItdhf-rnrir-^:33 bales co(ton toi
Jt.irp.r,.H'lni-; 71 it, A N .MlKet & C0n.. 60
UL .Sii'n-i)&V (riir,-ter;. .'4 hi \V,',''ll, - MeKen~zie:;'*
S19 lo.JDOy,k j'.,n:, I.L-,.okh.rl & Voun. .
Per st,.rper 5 n'hiyn- I .lb7 0Il II hi Lock-
hiirt._ l',ltunl. 173 ;] ,ltll, I..0a'i-il] A\7 Co; 21 to
A.)1 '.JcK-jy ) Co &: C,
,, r..sle n"ill'r Q'Iicyv--A-.- b ni coti-.tn to Lock-
/ 'h. h t mi ,,uu^ :Yo l ,' M ., cN ,.v ,1 Co, 2 to W
G Porier e: Co ; 2I b..:s tJbIccj i4, l, aw-
... "Per sitph'(, V',',i -.'2 Ir- leis co t*on to,,W A
& IP C Kin ; 111 10 [ill, .1) wson & Co; 104 to
A.C ,Macl y: i0 to N .1 D ,I,,l.i.: 69 to Lock hart
'A Vo'ri" 3.(,I,3 0; ,6'-p, Sior)n &\ Co-;.95 to A
"t MoKly 'i Co; 13 i., qin- Cheeve.t. : .
*,<* Per slpintir Low.;--II) b,lPs counn io-N J De-
S:. ,: lois; l13 in J C M.cl.,v; 172 tip A N McKay S
"; 3lo L to Liclch [r[ &% Y iOil0 l0 h) lvh.'.&Mc-
k it i i z i e : 2 1 i o S i m i ,' h .' e r -- '
-*.*.Per sieranier b.Pif.liihf-5-3 bil,. ? ,i- lin ,to A N
-Z .? McKqV o. 53, il kV'lie & \A McKinzfe; 18 to
sol; l : 1 ,1 ,n \'i, :*,,; & 2 i I.,cfl,hi iri \A Yo,ng
. Pr Steairer I ,n,.s'v-63 l edli e., 1.on Io W m
PorteT ic Co. 69 In'J f)DV & C-: 11lto Sims &
&~e#A'-rz 24 lo A NM McK iv &, Co0: 6 1-)LD G Ra-
'" .nev" 36 to Wylie & McKenzie: 12 to H J Davis
jrle.anier Einly--201 bales ernto, to W A
&PC Kami,- ll to Hill, D-iws,,n & Co; 78 to J
r C Maclay; -o-0 ku N J. De bl,,is
r" Per si;Qanej P,.rm baes colon 1o Lock-
I &r Yonng; -4 to A N McK-tv V Co: 131 to
," ..- W H Kimhrdugh &- Soy; 9o .9.iQniml 1. Chee\ver;
1$1 to Hill, Dawson &- Co; I io ,Vvlie &P McKen-
zie. "
Per steitmen H-S. Snili-h-312 bales cotton to
.... Hnr Holmes: 296 to J C NVwlnv. 2152 to A N
= McKay & (;o;-.162 lo) \V A &. P C K;,in; 128 to, B
Ellison & Co; 61 lo I-ll,,Diisoa ,V Co
Per box Fa-hiori froqi Alhany-227 ha Ps cotton
to Sils & CMeelr; J5 lo J H &, J .M Hull.
', ".> ..^. -. ,,' E exports. :;
SHAVRE-P pFr.incp-99.3 baleItton,
S.... BOSTON-Per drk I ohri Birowei--17 bates
c tton .-
PROVIDENCE-Per bark Lion-1049 bales
bcoitbn.
NEW. RLEANS--Perschr Chipola"lbles
Lboton; zlboapa o obtacfo.
"_ W'_ -":1; ,,, _. .. "".. ,_ ,
"" ", M. IRM Taylor,
c o; "r d N 8 MSI R;MER CH AN'T;
: No. !4 Water street, .
biefi e1 9. -'48b1tf+ AJ.ipal;`CFicoa, FS:
." I.F. FAR -i-. .- E. MtSCuiA-i.

,-Firridi' *f Aftcliily; ,
.; dC M AM ti SSIO 1 E R C H A'& T9;
;1 6 ravie: g[reei, .
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The Protection irsnh|' "aft, ,.O"
'.-14 0 '.Y!l r::l
New Imfssey,- ^-, t i,
THE subsqribi r being,-app q!ntebl. -pe ibmoe
.Company Ilheir agent f~rJLU^^l^tiit .?
prepared to take Fire and' Marine'rmx I s.' ~ ,
May 11, 1l8S. TTOS. A.QTG(Hl;
Piles,. ,.. '.- ,o ,.i *^ ::
ITTC H ETT'S celeboraltd 0paiy8~'frpil(ifieTrcpr-
sale by' .Feb-24] .'.^B^_^
Joy to (he *Void
. ERRY DAMVS'S Paih ,---lOW;,lr tA iSdived
.p and for sale, wliolesale +nd'rptaM-j-b'yA ,t
S.-pt -23 TH0S'. E.1 ,.--*a-s w.
Rafzorsi- S' *; S.-
WADE & BlITC 14A.R-'S;`tEag MRtflA1
"superior Razors fort sale ^ -i
Feb24 H A BELL.


For Sale.,
2 MAHOGANY Counting House Desks. Ap-
ply to B..S. HAWLEY,
N'y 2, Columbus Block.'


Oil Cloths and Carpets.
1| PCS OilCloth, I and 2 yards wide;
.to 3 pes super Ingrain Qarpeting;
2 Stair "
10 Tufted Rugs,
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dee 30 41 Water street.


B. WOOD,


Henry Youtgs,
Af-11-OLESA.LE AND RETAIL GPKOCER,,
-No. 53 Water sl reet,
Dec 28 Apalachicola, Fa-


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APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE.
a--.- THIS house has been thoroughly
refitted for the:season,:and the sub-
scriber takes-pleasure in informing
the public that he is now in readi-
ness for the reception of permanent
and transient boarders, at the usual 'rates.. His
chef d'cuisine is an adept, and travellers may
depend upon having all the'luxdries and delica-
cies of the market served 'up in "the best style.
The BAR is now and will at all times be. kept
supplied with the choicest Wines, Liquors, and
Cigars. A continuation of the liberal custom.
heretofore bestowed, is respectfully solicited; i
JOHN PARTRIDGE.
December 9, 1848.


For Liverpool.
..EK. THE su- erior bark MERSJEY, Me, ,
./,li )onald, master, having a* part -of bar' -
-- ic irgo engaged and on bord, will baf
dispatch. For freight, apply to ,. X .
Dee 28. J. DAT & Cs. ,


inel,'ia que which will command the appro-
Sval of all. Every iontrest will be cared for,
and every section, as far as possible, repre-
s ented. No one will be overlooked; none
denied a hearing. -
, We know-'now from under his own hand
\ what is the basis upou which his Cabinet
i Will-be organized. He. never yet has inis-
7-i taken his man when he had a duty for ;av.
'" one to perform. We but express the leek-
\: Ing of he- country when we say, thai wie
"I 'have that confidence, which amounts to as-
'surance, that he will not mistake now.
S. -.Baltimore Patriot.

TuRPEBITXKJ.--The .Savannah Georgian
'Says : i -= = r
S6me"of--6ffr'cilizens have doubtless al-
i already k-6wh-t ii'it a company of planters,-
"in Libety .county, have gone quite exten-
sivel'y. iriio 'the Turpentine business. We
'are pleased to learn, through a member of
.that company;lthaiL. their prospects are now
very fitering. They have lately procured
Trom r"ew York, and put in active operation,
a still for the.distillation of the spirits. The
S still weiafh'sover two' thousand pounds, the
i ',c6plr kntle Weighing nine hundred, anDo
'the worm iwetve hundred. The whole cost
-of it wasa.ih-jusandddollars. We wishthem
"all success, in an enterprise which will be
-V 'most imlportant in its effect upou the general
Lp}rOsperity of tlhe Staie and the business uf
i:. 9oup r city.

-COMMERCIAL.
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'PO'T,. OF APALACHICOLA........... Jan. 4.


The Leading Periodical in America.

GCOA fY9S ILAD1)Y'S BOO00K.,
For 1849.
Dedicaed to, (he Ladies of the United States.
Edited by SARAH J. HALE, v .-
GRACE GREENWOOD, '
and L. A.- GODEY.
A Novelette by MISS E. LESLIE, who con-
tributpq to every No. .' ,.
N. P. WILLIS'. Original Scriptural Poetry.
T> 8j ARTHUR, who contributes to every No,
illnstraive of C'rodiie's Sketches of American
Charader. :, 1.-
We intend merely to give a notice of our i nten-
tionsif6r next year, leaving to others long adver-
tisersents-" fill of .sound and fury, signifying'
nothing." ,'- :
Agreeably to the practice of last year,'he pub,-
lisha" %ill issue as good a number each month as
lie dpa in January. This is a, novel feature in
Ma.mzle'publishing. During the-wholeof-last
year*tegave more engravings and..more reading
matter than any of his con'temporaries, anrd will
continue to do so next yeaIr. Those who subscribe
to GODE.Y'S LADY'S BOOK, .maydo so under
the assurance that They will receive more for
their money in the Magazine alone, than bv sub-
scribing to any. other work. To this is added
and. included in the same $3, the LADY'S DOL-
LAR NEWYSPAPER,'vhichb :contains in onie
month nearly, if not quiteas. much reading mat-
ter as the other 'monthlies'; making for $3, the
amount of reading of, tw.'o magazines a month.
TmHERE ARE PECULIARITIES about G(dey's La-
dy's Book (or .the ladies that no .other- Magazirie
possesses. .There is a Mezzotint arid Line En-
grav'ing in'eachnutmber-both by the best artists.
In addition tolthese, there are given monthly
what no other magazine gives-a Colred Fash-
ion Plate, with a full description.. This feature
is peculiar to Godey, as no other!work has them
every month.and. col6redd Then there are Caps,
Bonnets', Cbemisettes, Equestrianinm" for*-La-
dies, with:Engravings. The Ladies' Work Ta-
blp, with designs for.knitting,,nettinv, crotchel,
and all other kinds of. work. Patterns for
Snmoking Caps, Chair Covers, WindoX- Curtains,
D'Oylev's, PPurses, Bags, &c.,&c. Health and
Beauty, with Engravings. Model C-ttages, with
ground plans, and other engravings, always illus-
trative of something useful. Music, bea.util'ully
printed on tinted paper, which may be taken out
and bound. Colored Modern Cottages andl Colored
Flower Pieces occasionally. These are all extra
inGodey, and to be found in no other Magazin'e.
Tnese were all given last year, and will be con.
tihued. In addition, we shall have in every No.,
onle of
"CROOME'S SKETCHES OF AMERICAN
CHARACTERISTICS, "
A most 'amusing series, now first given to the
American public. These will be illustratAf in
every No. by a Story from the powerful pen ofT.
S. Arthur, Esq.
THE CHANGES OF FASHION,"
Illustrated by Fay Robinson, Esq This series
will be very interesting to the ladies.
S"THE APPLICABILITY OF THE FINE
ARTS TO DOMESTIC USES,"
Is another series of Engravings now in prepara-
tion, and will be published during the year.
. 'COTTAGE, FURNITURE.
, Jlaving given so many Model, Cottages, we intend
nhw to commence the publication of Cottage
Furniture -a -very necessary appendage to a
C ottage ... ." .-
I RELIGION AND HISTORY.
Oir superior Artists, Wafters, Tucker, Pease
awd Welch,,are now engaged upon a set of plates
ilhlstrative of these two subjects. -
OUR MUSIC.
Prepared expressly for us-mostly original, and
beautifully printed, has long commanded a deci-
ded preference over that of any other Magazine.
It is a feature in The Book.
THE LITERARY CHARACTER OF GO--
DEY'S- LADY BOOK.
With-such. writers Is Miss Leslie, Grace Green-
wood, W. G. Simms, Mrs. Ellet, T. S. Arthur,
Mrs. E. Oakes Smith, Mrs. J. G. Neal, H. T.
Tockerman, H. W. Herbert, &c., the aulhor ol
the Widow Bedott, Professor Frost-, Bryant, Long-
fellow, Holnies---and a host of others-must al-
ways take the lead in literary merit.
TERMS:
For Three Dollars we will send the Lady's
Jook', containing more reading than any other
monthly, and the Lady's Dollar Newspaper pub-
lished twice a month, which contains as much
reading as any of the $3 periodicals of the day-
miaking three publications in one month, or il the
iubscriber prefers the followingjplendid engrav.
ings to the Lady's Dollar Newspaper, (although
we would not advise it', as engravings cannot be
sent through the mail' wi thout being crushed 01
greased,) we will send the beautifuLplate con-
taining the portraits of Harriet rNewell, Fanny
F orrester, Mrs.Ctewart, Mrs. Ann H. Judson
and Mrs. E. B. Dwight, and the plates of Christ
Weeping over Jerusalem, The Opening of the
Sepulchre, Deliverance of St. Peter, and The
Rebuke. If preferred to the Newspaper "or plates,
we will send Miss Leslie's Novel of Amelia, arid
any three of Mrs. Grey's or Miss Pickel ing'.; p,-
pular novels, .. .
For' Fie Do'lars We will send two copies of
the Lady's Book, and a set of the plates to each
Subscriber., ;. '
For Ten Dollars we will send five copies of
the Lady's Book, and a copy to the person send-
ing the Club, an'd a set of plates to eacb.
.,For Twenty Dollars, el~ev~en .copies of the Book
andl a set of Plate~s to each subscriber, an'd a copy
of the Book to. the person sending the Club.
,For One Dollar we will send the Lady's Book
4 months, and for 25 cents any one No. Postage
to be paid on "all orders. .
Address, L. A. GOD'.,
: ., 113 Chestnut, street, Philada.
With any newspaper giving the above a few
insertions we will exchange. "


'Arrived.
Dec 29=--Brig WL Jlones, Tyler, fm New York,
to A N McKay &'Co.
6h-r Lamartine,.Ttfher,"fm Franklin, La.
*Tan I-Ship viroimier Livingston, Burston, fIm
New York, tp,I M Wright.
Bark Pilgrim,,Drnnkwater, fm Boston.
Shr Laura J.ne Delano,'fm New York.
Jan 2--Ship Jihhny Lind, Bragdon, fm Bostrn.
Jan 3--Ship Frknce, Nichols, fm Charleston.
Jan 4-Ship Medona, Ames, fm Boston.
Sch Louisa Sears, Sears, fm New Orleans.
Steamer Steamer Eufaula, Barnet, from Columbus.
Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, fin Columbus.
Steam er Fashiod,'Cadwallgder, fm Columbus.
*Steamer Southernei, Shaw, from Columbus.
Steamer Boston, Grier,jTrom Columbus.
Stearftr M lA Moore, MdCall, fm Eufaula.
Steamer Einily, .toland, "fro Columbus.
Steamer Reytona, Morton, from Columbus.
Steamer H S Sin iih, :Stapler, fm Columbus.

Dec 29--Bark John Brower, Tolford, for Boston,
.by N J Deblois. .
Bark Lion,_ Henry., for Providence, by Harp'er
& Holmes and C Rogers & Co.
Jan 3-Fr ship France, Haelewyek, for Havre,
by S Cassino
Schr Chipola, Grierson, for New Orleans.


'BY WILLIAM D..MOSELEY,
Governor of Florida.
W HEREAS, The State of Florida, by an Act-
of the General Assembly, approved January
6th, 1848, entitled, '"An Act to define: and settle
the boundary between the State of Florida and
Alabama," hath, ratified and confirmed the agree-
ment made between the respecti~ve-Commissioners
of .the said States, in reference to said boundary :
.And whereas, the said agreement, by the said
'Commissioners, hath been ratified by the Stale of
Alabama, the evidence whereof is filed in the of-
fice of 'he Secretary of Ihe State of Florida: ,
NOW, THEREFORE, I, WILLIAM D. MOSELEY,
Governor of the State, of"Florida, in pu'rsuance
and by virtue of the third sectjon of' the Act of
the General Assembly of this.State' aforesaid, do
proclai-m the line agreed upon by the Commis-
sioners. aforesaid,-and defined by the said Act,
approved January 61h, 1848, to be the boundary
between the States aforesaid, and that it shall be
-henceforth deemed and taken by all the authori-
ties and people of this State as the true and only
boundary line bweftwen the States of Florida and
Alabama, to wit: The line commencing on the
Chattahoochee River neara place known as Ir-
win's Mills," and running..West to thePerdiao,
marked lhroughout by 1la'zes on ihe trees, and.
also by. mounds of earth thrown upon the line,,at
distances of one mile, more or leis, from each
other, and commonly known as the Mound
Line," or Ellicott's Line," and by these names
distinguished from another line above, running ir-
regularly at different distances (not exceeding one
and a half miles)-from the Mound Line," and
marked by blazes only and known as the Upper
Line," or Coffee's Line." .
In testimony whereof, r have hereunto
set my hand and caused the great seal
[SEAL.] of the State to be affixed. Done at
the Capitol, in the city of Tallahassee,
this 25th day of October, A D., 1848.
W. D. MOSELEY, Governor.
A..E. MAXWELL, Secretary of State.
November 11, 1848..
03- All papersin theState will p,'l,1,i1 times


For iv- iw ork."
':., THE scbr. LAMARTiiffE, .Ttwn,
,master, will take p fewi bales on de*k.
SOa, A. N. McKAY & Co.,
',For w Ich apy-o "-A


UNITED STATES ..
Wholesale Ulothing Warehouse,
LEWIS &;..ANFOBIY" "
Nos. 232 & 256 Pearl Street,
(Between Fultoi>',st and Burling Slip,)
J.EW yORK.
HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
CI/OTHiNd
IN T' 'EL ;
UNITED STATES.
Adapted to the Southernh ahd Southtiestern Mar-
kets! !!
In the article of .
SHIRTS -AND DRAWEBS,
We keep an endless variety.
ALSO THE MOST EXTENSIVE MANUFACT11RER6 OF
6OIL. CLOaHINd-
AND
COVkEntD VHATS4
In the World !
Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all lands
LEWIS & HANFORD,
Nos. 252 & 256 Pearl st.
Dec. 28,1848. N 48-3m


List of Vessels in Port.
SHIPS, ,
Mortimer Livingston, Burston, 749 tons, fm New
i .i,, York, waiting-I M Wright. ,
'J'ny LindBragdon, 532 tons, for Boston, load-
: ing-C Rogers & Ca.
France, Nichols, 441 tons, fm Charleston, wait-
ing-Master.
Medona,--Ames, 399 tons, fm New York, wait-
ing-Master.
Ann Grawn. (Br ) Williams, 377 tons, fni Liver-
pool, waiting-Master.
Manco.- Fish, 350 tons, for Pr evidence, loading-
C Rogers & Co0
Robert Patten,- Fulion, 376 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-N J DebloAs.
Leopard, Hopkinsi 588 tons, for Boston, loading-
N J Deblois. :
Waverly. Robertson, 5-29 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-J C Mao.lay.
Nebraska. Toone, 516 tons, loading-I M Wright.
Persian, (Br) Hall, .598 tons,, for Liverpool, load-
ing-Hill, Dawson & 'Co.
I....BAKQUIE-S.
Pi~gr M, Drinkw'r'ter, 298 'tons,lfm Bosion, wait-,
ing- M aster. ..z. -.. -.;,. .. ;
Mersey, MeD.?nald, 372 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-J Day & Co.
BRIGS.

Win L Jones, Tyler, 220 tons, for New York,
loading-A N McKay & Co.


*t


Cotton Statement.


Last
y. i I%


Stock on hand .Sept. 1, 1848I..... W50
Received pasm 3 aiys .......... 6501
previously ..... .... 34923
. Total ....... -
Exported pa.l 3 days' ..........1094
Epored irevio "... .."..Tta .9182


578

12056

4658


41931
'0276


THE Subscribers have on hand and oflbr for
lksale on liberal terms-
SUGAR-10 hhds and 50 bbls N. Orleans;
10 boxes Woolseys & Stuart's loaf;
FLOUR-100 bbls superfine St Louis and Ohio;
COFFEE-50 sacks Rio lnd Maracaibo;
MOLASSES-10 bbls new crop ;
WHISKEY-50 bbis and halt' bbls;
LARD-5 bbls and 10 kegs;
SOAP-80 boxes pale, yellow and white;
STARCHI-10 boxes Colgate's;
PORK-20 bbis mess and prime ;
BEEF-20 bbis Vrime';
TOBACCO-50 bxs and bf bxs favorite brands;
BACON-5 casks sides and hams;
MACCARONI-5 boxes Italian;
VERMICELLI-5 do do;
CRANBERRIES-20 quarter bbls;
DOMESTICS-25 bales sheetings and shirtings;
OSNABURGS-10 bales Lowell and Georgia;
GLASS--20 bxs assorted sizes; .
RAISINS:--100 whole, hf and qr boxes;-1
BUCKWHEAT-20 kegs new;
ALMONDS:-200 pounds; ,,
BUT'R-25 kegs Gosh'en-a0'fid Wesdten'i
CHEESE<:-20 bxa English dairy ;
BRANDY-3 hf pi'es Ota'id', Depuy & Martel;
LEMONS--x-5 boxes Sici'ly; "
WINES-20 dol superior Maderia and Sherry;
ALE-dozen pale;
Pickles,. Sauces'; Olives, Brandy Chc'ries and
Candy, a fuli asdsrtinent. .
C C.A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 28 52 Water street.


'On hand and oA shiplboarid not cleared 31655 7398
Eix-ports of Cotton from Apilachicola,
-o. Iin llnli .ei 1. 1, 134S, ,,iid sanme lw i-, in I 17


Pa".- I rev-. 1T...-1
3do)vi'ously Irura"-Iseason
. 9..l3 ........ 993J 1443
...... o ...... .
...... ...... ...... .. 8.. 9

r.,,Ns .. .99.3 .2292
2. .-N .1. 125.. 1S25 .1:,1_1
....'. ""..2767 2767 .. .9:37
... ..3546 .351f M ...
.4. 1 ..3. ......
..101 ...644 ...745 ..o,(1
. . .. .. .. ....
*_.i01 912.92.;%3 .'2366
7.. ....--1.'i0276.-...465S


L iverliool ........ ...
H avre....: -... .... ....
N antz ..-. .." ... .".. .
Trne.q.l ...'.." .'.. ... ....
"(,renod, .... ........
Other ports ...........
Total to For. Ports.
eew Vo'rk ..........
lB'itl'til ,. .. ......
^rov.ii~l~ijce .. '." ....
hilad lpliia ........".
6 tltint.irc. .... .. .... "
New Orle.-ins .......
OlherpO rts... .. ....
* Total Coav-wre- ...
TnTArj- n v.F.


Drugs and Medicines.
T HE subscriber has just received Irom -"ew
York, per brig Virginia, a large and .fresb
stock of Drugs and Medicines, and all articles
usually kept in his line, to which he would re-
spectlully call the attention of his friends, and
the public generally.
Nov 4 H F ABELL.


Thompson's Compound.Syrup of
Tar and Wood Napltta- ;
F"OR the cure of eousumptionp chronic,.b'ionf
chilis, asthma, whoopmiongough, palpitarioi.
of the heart, liver complaints* an.d afFections of
the kidneys, for sale by I .
Feb 10 J C ALLEN. ,


HO-. FOR CiALIfORNiA 1!.
T HE undersigned, desirous of making up a
..company of 20 healthy, able men, to go to
Caliornia, who will each contribute $500 cash',
for a joint stock ot f.10,000 to purchase schoo-
ner and cargo for the port of San Fransisco, will
receive proposals.from partieA desirouis of engag-
ing in it. Immediate appli,-ation io be made to
W..F',) MEREl,
.. t FRANCIS KOPMAN.
Apalachicolh. Jan'. 1849.
Crstiton AlLars, ;
V.,. Bill for 'Divorde.
Susannah Allarsi < .... ,
rr'pHE Defendant n"t. having pleafi aniswered,
o orlemurred to e6onptai'>ant'bill,,.a'ter dne
notice o 'thIfiling thereof, given by pulication,
and the 4said bill -of complaint and the matters
therein stated having been taken for confessed
against said defendant: on motion of Solicitor
for complainant, it is ordered that said cause be
set f"r hearing at ,the first da'y of 'the next term
0t.ftthis 1Court,. and 'that notice of such hearing
be'i'ven Io'the'defenfdant by the publication of a
copy of' this order, onc,e a week for the Space of
three months prior itoihe first day of the next
term', in there Commercial Advertidse'r, a tiewspa-
per pub1shed in th'e cit' of ApalacMcola'.
A Co, *VM. V.-\LLEAU, hClerk.
December'18, 184R; 49-2,n


Seeds! Seeds! Seeds!
G ARDEN Seeds, just received, and for sale by
Nov 4 H F ABELL.


Potash.
2000 'No4LBS. just received and for sale by
200)\}Nov 4 H F ABELL.
Congress Spring Water,
UST received, and for sale by
N'ov 1 .... J.,C.ALLEN.;


Blank Blooks and Stationery' -'
LEDGERS; Journals, Day Books;, &c.;
50 reams Foolsap and-Letter'Paper; "' ."
Cotton Memorandumi Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
..,Blank Bills ot Exchange and Checks; "
Just received and ftor ale by '
March 1, I H F-. ABELL.- '


'"Dysentary Cordial.
DU. WOODRUFF'S Dvsentary Cordial, j,,st
received and for sale lby
Dec 9 H F ABELL.


Sulphate QTOinme',. ,[
A LARGE aud fresh souply,jjtt 'received, and
for ,ale byJ": /'. :L N"*
- Sept 23 J C ALLEN


Starch.
OLGATE'S best Pearl Starch, for sale by
Dec 9 H F ABELL.


AdVances.
T HE subtscribers willm'ake liberal cash ad-
vances on consignments of Cotton to. their
Friends in Liverpool or New York.
Dec 28 J DAY & Co.


Seeidlitz Powders.
C" GROSS Seidlitz Powders that are fresh, jug,
received and for sale by i ,
April 13. ,' J.CALLEN. '


-Lost,
0"N Wedlnesd.i% last, on Water street, a MA-
-M'INIC BR'r AST-PIN, Enamel e,
finder will be liberally rewarded by rpt i nine e
same tO W. A. WOOD
Dec. .2, 1848.


City Lots,
FIOR Lease or Sale, for which warrantee deeds
will be given. Apply to
Dec 28 H. G. GUYON.


Swayn Wistar's "
C OMPOUND Syrup of" Wild Cherry, uist re"
cei'ved and for sale by ,:
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


Gold Pens! Gold Pens! '
0OF the latest and most approved style, just
received, and for sale by
Nov 18 J C ALLEN.


Chloroform!. -_
W \RRA.NIED pure, just received ano
saleby 11
Nov 18 .J (.ALEN:.;


Snuff*.
S COTCH and Macaboy, in bottles and blad-
ders, just received and for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL,
Perry Davis's Fain Killer,
OR sale by, J C ALLEN.
F\'ov


.!or Sale.
Q^ ,RKT 'S of superior Bu'lel, of La-
2 .J tha'm's Dairy." "
Dec 28 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


Iron, Nails, Steel, -&c.
Q'fl TONS Sweeds, American and English
30 Iron, assorted sizes;
30 dozen Brade's Hoe's;
20 dozen Crown do,
10 dozen Shovels and Spades;
100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
500 lbs Cast and German Steel;
20 doz Collin's Axes, Georgia and Kentucky
pattern;
2 boxes Cotton Cards;
4 do Coffee Mills;
10 kegs 5 and 6 inch Spikes; for sale by
C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 28 52 Water street.


Dr. Woodruff's Dysentary, C.it- .

F-OF. Diarrheema, Dysentaryj GChokera .-Iorfbis)
Cholera Infantum, and sumn.-er cobplaint of
childrent, for sale by i i., "
Feb 3 -!:.... 1J.i C. ALLEN.


Lemon Syrnp... .
I RAY'S superior Lemon syrup, justrec iv d
-/d',d for sale by ....
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


New Publications.
9 00 VOLUMES juAt received, and for sale
by
Nov 4 .H. F. ABELL.


"l~nfnsion Jarsi!.J 'r *." fi ,
A FEW Infusion J.ar_-4 eery family.'shour
have one-forr ale-by ; !' '- "" "
April 13 .i J.OALLEN"'-


SoaUp.
A LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps, just
'-eceived, and Ifr sale byy I
e -.I H-F AB'ELL.


....** Dry Gooads. -"'' > '^,
D RILLINGS, Tickings;s CoHon Osnaburgs,
,Linseys, Keirseys, jeans, Plannelst Blan-
kets, Tveeds,.--Shirtingsi 6heeti-ngs, ..Checks,
Ginghams, Caicoes, Delanes, -t ra, &P- &.
Forvale by B. ELLSON,/&O0 P
Dec 9. Cou. Water ard (..ln-ur- tS :


Boots and Shoes,
FOR SALE, by the package, by
10Nov is D B WOOD.


SEIDLITZ.,Yeast and Soda Powders of the
best quality, for sale by
July 17 J. C ALLEN.


To Rent.
P ART of the Fire-proof Store, No. 24 .Water
'street. Enquire of D B WOOD.
Nov 18 "
Snuff.
SCOTCH Snuff, in bladdei, -for sale by, .. ,
July i5 H. F. ABELL
School Books,
- OR sale by ... .
F Feb 17 H F ABELL._
Dr. Woodruff's Wpirn Specifict
SAFE and effiient einedy for worms, t6r
esaleb' -
,Ycb' 3 .JC.ALLEN


Dr; Woodruff's Antibillious Vreg-
etable Life Pills; ,
F OR sale by -
Feb 8 J C ALLEN.


: r" Shing Tackel. .
A qOOD as. ortment just received and for sale
D')1 f) I C ALLEN


School Books.e
A I.ARGE assortment ot School Books just
received and for sale by
Dee 9 J. C. ALLEN,-


I Htustard. ,
A SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard','in
tin boxes, for sale by ,
A Ir 27 H F. ABELL.,- -


C 6olognie and Bay Waters,
W" ITH a large and well selected assortment'
of other Perfumery, both French and.,Ger-
mabi embracing; every variety, of Extracts of the
most pleasant flavor now in use, for sale by,
. Nov 18 J 0 ALLEN.


MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by ,
Nov '28 H. F. ABELL,.Druggist.


Brutes.
HTAIR, Hat, Clotfihs, Teeth, Nail and Shaving
BrUshes, for sale by
'Feb 24 ... .14 F ABRLL.
Congress Water.
lUST received fresh, and for sale by
July 8 H F ABELL.
1T. JAYNES' celebrated>Family Medicines,
I.Lust received, and Cor sale by A- .
O-t J C ALLEN.
IPresli Yest Powdersi
UST received,-and for sale by 7
D)ec9 9 J C ALLEN.
Coffee.
SSACK- RIO landing alid for sale by
200U Novi8 D B WOOD.
Clothing.
FOR sale on consignment, a large invoice of
city made clothing, by the package, by
Nov 18 ,D B WOOD.


- I Boots and Shoes.
TUST received, and now opening at Store No.
2 Columbus Block-
2 cases fine Patent Leatlier Shoes,
2 do do Cloth Gaiters, patent leather
heel and toe,
2 cases fine Taylor Tyes,
1 do Pegged Boots,
1 do White Kid Slippers.
ALS)DO:
A iot of Ready Made Clothing, low for Cash.
Nov 25 JNO. S. HUTCHINSON.


Saddlery, &e.
SADDLES, of various patterns and qualities,
Bridles, curb and Snaffle bits,
Saddle Bags, ,
Martingales and Whips, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dee 30 41 Water street.


....... .. N otieei ...
7 HE Copartnership heretoforeexiting rfndet
.1 the firm of J.. D. ATKINS & dissolved by .mutual consent. All persons in-
debted to the late firim %ill |leaze make payment
to the undersigned, who-will continue the Gro-
cery busidess oti his own ac.countj-at No. 53 Wa-
ter street' HENRY YOUNGS.
. Apalachicoli; IDec 14, 1848.


Bacon and Flours;
1 f\ CASKS Bacon,.clear sides, .- -
.10 25 bbls. St. Louis Flour, very fine, just re,
ceived on consignment, and for sale by
JNO. S. HUTCHINS'N,
Nov 25 No 2 Columbus Block. i


'Insuanice.
T HE-slibscribers, Aipnts for "The 2Atna lin-
_L snrance Co.." 'Thl'e Protection Insurance
Co.," and The Hartford Insurance Co.," of Hart-
ford;, Conn., are prepared to, take Fire, Inland
arnd Marine Risks on as fa vorable terms as any
'good office,. J DAY & Co.
Dec 28, 1848.


Edw.... wd Icully,
G R.OOER, AND Lt-MISSION MERCHANT,
No. *2S Water street.
Now I1 Apalachicol, Fa;.


Lancets.
SPRING, and-Thumb Lancet!, jusi received
0 and for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.


L otion.
.G RANVILU'S Lotion, just received, and for
vJI sale by
Dec 9 J C ALLEN.


Provisions.
EEF and Pork for sale by
Nov 25 D


Panaeea.; -
S WAIM & HOUCK'S Panacea, just received
and for sale by .
.Feb 17 ABELL
T ATS and Caps by the case low for cash b}
II --B, ELLISON &. CO.
Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st.


.; "' lToiiee. -
S X weeks after date I will apply to the Hon.
Judge of Ptob'afe,.lor Calhoun county, Flor-
ida, for letters of administration on the estate of
William G. Kelly, deceased, late of said county.
! *, MATILDA L. KELLY.
December 28,'I $S. 48-r O


Chloride of Soda,
UST received and for sale by
Dee 9 J C, A


As~lc~j "
A ME .-yd iu ti iIic tll
Sand. B',x's. Papt-r
Paper.Clasps, Weighlts,
V rkv 10Q


Advances. ,
THE undersigned will make liberal advances
,T on Cotton consigned to hia friends in Liver-
;pol, Glasgow, Havre, Boslon or New York. ;
Ndv1s ,I b WOOD.'


ALLEN.


Guitars-and Violins,
"OR sale by
J- Dee 9 JC ALLEN.


MARINE INTELLIGEINLC


For We'W Yorke. '.
i THE brig Wx: L. 'JONES, TYIP,
^^g^master, is now loading. For deck freight
only, apply t -c z'-
Jan 4 "t ,. : A. 1. WRAY&-Y Co .


__ n~~e A1 ship.je nf^ h--^
^S ^Bragd(y, ma~Aer, will have dioffskc iar
Sthe above port.- Pot deck '^S. r
passage, apply to O *' "
Jan 4 ER .


.. __ Oaial -% H"."trENRY YOUNG,
^, ? TE^^- 55 Water 8(ree

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At Chainabers,
APALACHICOLA, DEc. 29, 1847.


WATCH AND .CLOCK- OAX
^^*V^ second StoryBj e~ ^ud'fs

N B. WatcherFoCfoisaidJwr'carei'nl"
repaired. : ct(ber 2], 2,T847.,

A T 11 E: N M U-M,
Bowlisg Saloon and: Biniai -
.. ." 00 B :" .v, lt..- ,- -,
rT HE roirmietor of the 'i,h..naui Bow i"
. Saloon" has used 'eva. qd~eayor MpVapAf
the establishment an agreeable pl$cp. of. ,esort,;
and is thankful lhat an ever d'scrtmfati. pu-
lic prove by liberal patronage tLeir appr'pcatiot
of his desire to please..-,,He will always, keep,
choice a.csorlmefnt of Liquors,. and refre-hiVgi
beverages, of' a sot t to tickle the palatev-b' Og1
Bacchus' -most fastidious sons; and Oyste,"
cool and delicious, fresh from their native bank*,,
For a pleasant commingling of .exe pije and
aniuseimntI--util-e7uc dulce--there w azohimg
withi., the circle of gymnastics to cormnpa.t -f-j
a giimp of' ten pins; -but- those Pre -1HP'i']^ ,
active amusements, can always "ake a hcnf. *'. "
Com e onc -- coin e all." .. .* *t"
.JOHN B.-J^if
Apalachicola, Dec. 30, 1847. "0:tT.^
Hardware, Ship Chandleoryq"3 .
rT HI Subscribers have on hind for salt-
LOCKS, asRdrted, Butfs, ScreW% lrnges,
Handsaws, Millsaws, Crosscut do, V'laites'
Comprasse4, Augers, Gi ribiets, Chisels,B era'?
and Bitt s,Rulels, BevelsSqliareq, Broada.iy?:
Ship do, Collins' do, Adze, Hatchet;, -Iaah
mers, Shutter Hangitugs, Blind d% Steelyafi-a,
Counter Scales, Plaljorm-do, Goft,.n di6,
Kitc!n Ware, Table Cutlery, Siovel and
Tongs, Fire Iro;.s, &c. -
BLACKqMITHS' Bellowrp. AnvTi1 Slq 'dg
IHarmer?,; Vices, Screwplhtes,'Stoelta aa
Dies, Tongs..Files,- Rasps,, &c. -
IRON--%veeds, Englioh and Arierievn,.apsarteiL
round, flat and square Band, He-p, ,heela ,*td :
Boiler- Iro., Railroad, Spike dn, Hpr.sxhe ,-
Iron and Nails, Cast,/English, Dfter anil
German Steel. ,. '
PLOT'GILS-Sin,,le and Double C nih~efIorsr,
Cornrrifs, Loiehains, Traee.d, "0x do,
Shovels and Spads, Weeding-Hoes, Garded,
Laun and Gribbing Does. *-- -
CORDAGrK-Manilla mid Hemp, assartid, Pi-lh
Tar, Rosin. Coal Talr Bright -yarn ish, Hand-
spikes," Bl,,ck., Oa'r, &ic. "' .
CASTINGS- .SugaTr Ke'tles, t11'tl: Cul.
dron., Bakeovens, Spiders, Puts;, tnaiibl-Jed
Ketlles, Tea Keftles, &c. '*
TINWARE-A fu-l assimlment. ;:-
Whol-sale or retail .
ROBERTS, ALLEN f.--Co'
Apalachicola, Jan 20, 1848: .. .' :
-A .. ,CAR
n-HE Suhb.cribers.take this meth(.of infbtfi-
1..ing the-citizens of Apalachfrcol'a- tii4)]' v:i
cinitv, that thOe,have noi4on9 hand a "very rieal .
and well selected Stock-of GOODS, wifch \\%Nil,6i
sold-low, cohnistirig in part as f-.t.vw :-
Cloths and Cassiroeres,,varia-s stVi 7. ..
Fancy Prints' do ido -:- -
Alanaca Lustre; do-Figur-ed,, .v .* -
Silks, Frode Ryne, i< J % :
do. M 6ntella 'i-. .
d o.' Satin Striped y, '" .
a ancv Cashi mere 'Ro.bes .'"-' "
do. Merino do., -. .5, :;
do. Delaine dpo ..' ^..,
Muslins, India Bdok l .," -.; --.:'.'
do. SwiA, Luce a d'Cdlored i'-" *
Edgings, Lisle, Cap1) and T"head A. -^"-
Shawls, Damask Silk '
do. M arino,- '' .--S .
do, .Plaid W _atl., .".'
_:iid, Lace~and SilkGloves- :*...;, .f ;

Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, IWes.flajshion-'*.
Ribbons-in allfvarieties ; .. '
Brown Shirtingi 7;8, 4-Tand'`3-4-i "' -
Bleached' do.-. 34;-4 1 4 6-4 anid J'f-4 -
Blankets, 6-4 and 8-4 '. : ',/^
Ingrain and Cotton'VCarpeting, .." .' "" r y^
Carpet Bags .. "
HatsI a dIC aps..all style .-. .V, _.;.-' _
Clothing ol allkinds. 42. *' ,,,44-' .
Also,- a'.neat assortment of'JEWEL.:a'Id
many other ari-cles too numerous t o'Sa'erijop', .
Call and examine for yorserves. -
SM.-N,-t QWT, & BROTHER,_
De aS .'3 .... .Cor" W ater .aa.d --enl.e sI#. '.

Qrl/k.TONSi, Swede Iron, asso ,ted s.;ze-;,..
20J 100 keg's Nai]l", do; 0. a
4- casks Weeding Hoes,-aisorted qualitiebsi -
20 Blaeksmli Steel Faced Anvili; ": :-'"
20 .... :.! ,Bellows-;" .." .: '
1l2 dozen, Spade? and .Shovdls : .. F'' .'t..- :. ,
10, Collins -.Ax -s ; ,.. r : '. '" :
1-0 bis .Cottorn .and Woolen Cards;."" '.*r
1 case Rowland', east Steel Mill Saws; :
-1000 Ibs Cast and German .Steel, fer-salieW-
,.,-,WM.-i.GP.I.PQTF& Cb ,
Dece20 *" -. 1, W.a.t^^e.' q~t, ,.

BOY'S and Men's Russet Brogans; :''"'.,*<
Mer,'s sew'd. arid.-peg'd lKil/j B'pqgani-T,.'~
G ents fine Pa]'fB tog ajns ;"' i. ,.- .c^ *
Wm\: n;s eg'd arld..sew'd S/ioes; C~hildH'Bt'd.do:
Super La-die'. Kfl~ and M~of'occ'o hoes,,.. ,!:.
Sup r Ladles_-coarse and fine alfoAl' .. '; --
A la rge afd ote, ns'e a 'B~irit', juat j4cei'ived "'
and lorsale-b~v .W '. G. P.^BT -_.;"
SDec 30 .... .. ,., .-; *.4 -Water street.- .

-*" -,'v -sp- r':^? .'' *.s^ ,
..I;B.lf_'S.,-.aina^Blristops"'^ ^gl] f '
ceived, and lor sale Bv "^ v ' "-'
Feb 17 '" H i ^'h" l~s~-*""


I


The Protection Insurance Co. of
New J rsey.
T HE subscriber being appointed by the above
Company their agent for this city; is now
.prepared to take Fire and.Marine Risks.
May 11, 1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL.
Piles.
-ITCHETT'S celebrated Spanish Specific, for
sale by [Feb 241" H F ABEEL.


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S .R.azors. -- .... ..
A DE & BUTCHAR'S and Rodgers &Son's
superior Razors for sale by
' Feb 24 H F ABELL.


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matter whether the result of inherent cause or T ax Colleetor's Sale.
causes -produced by irregularity, illness or acc.,s ,)Y virtue of the authority in me vested by law,
dent. Nothing can be more surprising than its _JD I will expose to sale, before the Court House
invigorating efiects on the human-.frame. Per.-Door, in the City of Apalachicola, on Mgnday
sons all weakness ad lassiude,*from takin t he 12th day of March, 1849, between the hours
at once become robust and full of ene;:ynder of ten A. Mi. and four P. M. the following real
its influence. It immediately co.it eracts the estate, situated in the City of Apalachicola. as-
nervelessness of the female Iras, ', which is the sessed as the property of Lewis Curtis anctJoseph
great cause of Barrenness.: t will not be ex- Delafteld, Trustees of the Apalachicola Land
pected of us, in cases_, -so delicate a nature, to Company,) or so much thereof as will pay the
exhibit ce'rtific^'att of cures performed but we Taxes for" 11.8, assessed thereon, for the State
can assure 1Are afflicted, that hundreds of cases of Florida and the County of Franklin, together
; reported to us. Thousands of cases with the cost of advertisement and sale,, and
families have been without children, after which said real estate is described as follows, in
using a few bottles of this invaluable medicine, the Map of said City, viz:
have been blessed with fine, healthy offspring. Wharf Lots Nos 7, 8, 9-100 feet each. :
To Mothers and Married Ladies. Lots 6 and 7 in Block 17.
This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 18.
prepared in reference to female complaints. No Lots 4, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, in Block E2.
.female who has reason tosupposeshe is approach- Lots 6, 7, 13, 14, in Block F2.
ing that critical period, 1 The turn of life," Lot 3 in Block D2.
"should neglect to take it, as it is a certain pre- Lots 4, 7, 8 in Block 1.
ventative for ahy of .the numerous and horrible Lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 4.
diseases to which females are subject at this time Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 in Block 8.
of life. This period may be'delayed for several Lots I to 10, in Block 19.
yearsby using this nMedicine. Nor is it less val- Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 24.
uabje for those who' are approaching womanhood, Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in"Block 26.
as it i' calculated to assistinature, by qnickening Lots 3, 4,!5, 6, 7, in Block 45.
othe blood land invigorating 't'e system. Indeed, Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, in Block 46.
(his medicine 'isin-valuable for-all the delicate Lots 1 to 10, in Block 54.
diseases-to which women are subject. Lots 1, 2, 3, (1, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 32.
It braces the wholesystem, rendfws permanent- Lots 2 to 10,.in Block 34.
ly the natural energies, by removing the impuri- Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in'Block 18S.
ties. of the body, not so far stimulating as to pro- Lots 2 to 10, in Block J1.
duce subsequent relaxation, which isthe case of Lots 1 to 20, in Block LI.
most medicines taken for female weakness and Lots 1, 5, '7, 8, 9, in Block 9.
disease. By using a few bottles of this medicine, Also-All Land lying on the West side or the
,man severe and painful surgical operations may Apalachicola Bay, North and West of the City of
b! prevented. --- Apalachicoli, to the Wcslern boundaries of
G-reat Blessasig to Mothers and Franklin County ; als,,, St. Vincent's Island. St.
Children. George's Island, and Dog Island, (exclusive W"
It is the safest and most effectual medicine for that portion of St. George's and Dog Island owned
purifying the system, and relieving the sufferings by the U. S. Government) ; also, all Lands lving
attendant upon child-birth ever discovered. It East of the Bay of Apalachicola and bordering
strengthens both the mother and child, prevents oi St. 'George's Sound, and running East to the
pain and disease, increases and enriches the food, mtuth of New River, from thencein direct une
those who have used it think it is indispensable. to the Chipola Cut-off, following the Apalachi-
It is highly useful both before and after confine- cola River down to its mouth, including Forhe's
ment, as it prevents diseases attendant upon Ilsland (so called); the whole containing 25,000
childbirth- in Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swell- acr,s of'third quality of Land, and 1000'of 2d
ing of' the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn, Vom- quality.
iting, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains, BENJ. LUCAS, Tax Assessor and
Hemorrhage, and in regulating the secretions and Collector for Franklin County.
equalizing the circulation it has no equal. The Apalachicola, October 7, 1848. 38-6m
great beauty of' this medicine is, it is always safe,- B. Ellisoit & Co., Cor. Water and the most delicate use it most successfully, Chestnut sts.
very few cases require any other medicine, in SHIP CHANDLERY.
some a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful. /rANtLLA and Hemp Cordage of all size,
Exercise in the open air, and liglt food withthis 11 Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
medicine, will always ensure a safe and easy con- yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do,.Whale do, Olive
finement. do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tu-
Notice to the Ladies. pent'ie, Paints, Window Glass. Putty, White
Those that imitate Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Greel,
have invariably called their stuff great Remedy KniErald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Lith.traqe, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Coral
for Females, &c. &c., anti have copied our bills do, a ,thoir., Pitph ur peni ne, V ar Poin
*' ., i ,. ,L i *L rdo, Tat, R~oa Pitch,-Turpentine, Goal, Paint
and circulars which relates to the complaints of Brushes, Varnish do, Tardo, Scrub do. Clamp do,
women, word for word-other men who put up Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck, Eng-
medicine, have., since the great success of Dr. lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
Townsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incident to White, ",lue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
females, recommended theirs, although previous- do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
ly they did not. A number of these Mixtures, Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
Pills, &c., are injurious to females, as they aggre- Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives,, .ib Hanks, Iland
S d s nPure i, De(k Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
rate disease, and undermine the constitution. Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarvingdo, Axes, Ax%,
Scrofula Cured. Shelves, Rooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
This certificate conclusively proves that this Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the most ob- Irons, Making Irons, -Marline Spikes, Ship Scra-
stinate diseases of the Blood. Three persons pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Torinpto.-,
cured in one house is unprecedented. Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Whiree Chiildre.a Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging,Leathtr,
Pump do-, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets. Chise's,
Dr. Townsend: Dear Sir-[ have the pleasure Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsrv
to inform you that three of my children have Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Lock,
been cured of the Scrofula by the use of your ex- Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks,
eellent medicine. They were afflicted very se- Wood Saws, Pendant tlanlyards. Hand Lines'
verely with bad Sores : have taken only four bot-' Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Lead?, Defi
ties;it took them away, for which I feel myself S, a Ldo, he do, Bar do, Funnels, Lantorns,
under great obligation." Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books. Cargo do,
Yors, respectfully, Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpentei's
YorsI, respectfully, Tools, Sampson Posts, &-c &c.
ISAAC W. GRAIN, 106 Wooster-st. Apalachi-eca, DPC. 9, 1817.
O0 isioins of Paiysicialls. a S Soe
Di. Townsend is almost daily receiving orders Groceries anr ^li^ tol'eS,
from Physicians in different parts of the Union. 10O:COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo !o,
R_,Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Suzar,
This is to certify that we, the undersigned, Ii x d% or lo do, n 0 Tea,
Physicians of the City.of Albany, have in numer- StyCroix do, Porto Rcho do, Young dyo, o Tea,
wis cases pec ibe Dr. Tonen' Sarsaparilla yson do., Powchon- do, Souchong do, G-oshen
s eases prescribed !.. Townsends Sarsaarilla, Butter, Che.-se, Larf, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shord-
and believe it to be one of the most valuable pre- -ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
parations in the market. Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad -Salmoi
1I. P PULING,- M. D. Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish TonngUEs:,
J. WILSON, M. D. Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
,-. 3. B[lI:G[-S, M D. Capers, Pickles. Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
P. E ELTVIENCOR.F, M. D. Bread, Pilot do, "Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruit,
Albany, April 1, 1847. Beans, Salt, Raisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, 'Ar-
Cauitiol. row Root, Corn, Oa~s, Backwheat, Mustard, Rice.
Owing to the great success and immense sale For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
of Dr.. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a number of' men Dec 9. ,Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
who were formerly our Agents, have commenced Statilonery.
making Sarsaprilla Extracts, Eli-xirs, Bitters, Ex- TUST received, Writing material of r-., det
tracts of Yellow Dock, &c. They generally put .1 scriplion, consisting of fine metalic Pens, of
it up it the same shaped bottles, and some of superior qualities; fine Frenc, Cap and Letter
them have stole and copied our advertisements, paper-; Mem. Books; large bla 1 b,1 ks, Led, ers,
they are only worthless imitations, and should be Joras &c" Pecis Pen-hodr, Papter-fold-
avoided. es and Clasps ; Bills of Lading, blank Bills of
Principal Office, 126 FULTON Street, Sun Exchange, Dray Receip3ts, blank Manifests, &c.;
Building, N. Y.; Reddina; & Co., 8 State street, Inks, black, blue and red, for sale by
Boston ; Dyott fc Sons, J32 North Second street, Sept 23 J.C(. A TTEN-.
,Philadelphia; S. S. I=ance, Druggist, Baltimore;
P: MV. Cohen, Charleston; wright & Co., 15! Painits, Oi~s, &ec.
Charter street, N. 0.; 105 South Pearl street, lUST received, per brig Georgians, from New
Albany; and by all the principal Druggists and O York, White Lead pure No 1 and extra, Oils,
Merchants generally tiir..u,,Lgui the United.States boiled and raw, Paris Green, Verdigris, Pru.sian
West Indies and the Canadas.- Blue, Red and Yellow Ochre, Chrome Yellow
For sale wholesale and retail by and Chrome Green, with all tlhe other varieties
H,. F. ABELL, of colors.; also, a large assortment of Paint Brush-
May 25, 1848 19-1y Apalnehicola. es, all sizes, for sale by
Sept 23 J. C. ALLEN.


Franklin Circuit Court.
John W. Rinaldi, Compl't,
.. S. s, In Chancery.
Daniel Smith and Lucy Ann r
his wife, Resp'ts J
TPON reading the. foregoing affidavit, it is or-
U dered that service of the foregoing bill be
perfected on the defendants in said bill mention-
ed, by publication in the Commercial Advertiser,
or some other newspaper published in the West-
ern District, for the space of four months, requi.
ring said defendants to appear and answer said
bill, otherwise that the same be taken pro con.
fesso, GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
April 24th, 1848.
A true copy. WX. VALL.EAU, Clk.
May 4 16-4m


FRB8H .ARRIViAL OF ..1^
Drug's,-Sm~af'Panpln*
Dyei-S"Ose Pjfiaiysje>W
'lS ,.;to. his f tja.-pda 9,Ja:for.tJ'. "
H^it-,lib~eral .._-ge, and.begs to inWorm
.WP^I, thatjIeoiL norecei ing an addition.
stock, renders his a86rtMmet iwmoaql"' Tge
and complete. English, -French, German w4::I
Am eri can! Draug r-<3o*mBalJg )?qijiaWyjh Q
arnt Druoists, Glow,-Wpxq :.i&p- 1 ar,e aotfi^.l,
to Pbysicia a, ctm .C t h wrt an d a ht e _M, ,
the rVost liber t,. i c Y
pure, and naqulteratd. ,- '
:':: ',rt .i~r1^'^

484 W-fiWe~e.
A Apaahc' e61"i Nov. 21, 6. ....
.', .Dr gs and Me i e ,
T iubscri'er has, ana'rId "'

-ass ent blr-)3RTGS0 a EDDI
(' "C. S, wic he wi llewi t'..,
19 A'ES'-or theiyest qpal.-'ouutry1,
..... Wiercbants '' PstPIMPs wi ;-fMr4w
Goods, before p'6rcehasipg elsewhere. ', '
M ^ : w Q' i~ p~si *.._iH. .......
care and accu'aqy ataq '14m .of rhe t M a ,ornj htg
March 21 Cor. Centre and'C wests.


T i a Blessing A .-,.
,.. Tle, Qst.st-xroraiuaa'y Medicine in the Worrld!
. .:,- T'Thii .{xTrabt is4put up in 1 ift B,ttles : it is six
; ,: -Ut s'ei'em ri p-leasa-ter, and warranted str-
m s eior1l.arvy-sol t -It-cures-wIihout -
,. --2:, "\: 'bOMifiN 4, iring.,3s'ilfening6r
^^^`^;;4bfja~rng'.fhe, Patient., ,.
. .-.^^^^p eauaty-and superiority of this Sarsa-
. a i:. dtermeicin s,thatwhile it
:" -:-'er~ad .~t-is'af s8,-fiinv-igorates the body. It
is One- oftheVery bfe'st .
-;sPR. 'd N^ 6s [_.T N '.I EDi_ I N!-;S
: ko E ei-kh6,-n;it nt', i1, purifies the whole sys-,
a t.a|and 4streangt.-5d, th,? person, but it creates
:ne%, p?,ri mqd rinh blbad- a pn in this -t.h 1 bg
!I r*; on~ otii n'i n.,. )nd in t.3 .lies the grand
sjc,'t of -i *.\- i1..v r.t. ,' saicvess. It hmp performed
: -, \vti. the *!^t *i, j. years; mare t han 100,0)0
: ".. c r" ;'.? .,I .v .. ,:- .-'.-. .'of d6 ieasc ; at itea t '15,003
": w ere <, i; t ,,r.-1 ,. :','i", ,iI rt",-.- r' -1 the la ves
'of m ir? it 1-, I" ) i -i: .'> rdinri g til two past
a 4 IVO's o 4 "
a:iii zv-,tt'oN,';'i-;5";.BsE ea'y..
D .'. r 1;v i ;. ,,". S.trs-iparilla invi, rat' es the
h wi )Ie ssteM per!naestly. To thor3e who have
-l'.w tthmir rn,,i.,il ir ,,=', .r by the effects of med-
icila. ,w r of com'r.in :,i( e:Immittet in youth, or the
1-.I:1 t of the, passions, and brought
-~ o0 .a g -.,1 r iI r ,i,;-i p.4 t ration of the nervous
4 ewt,.n I o! ,,, of ambition, fainting sen-
: 9 tt0 -',, :prarmatbre decay anl d.ciiae, hastening
.towarrds thhat fatal i,,-? ,Consiumption, can be
i-antirev re torai by this pl:a-asant raenedy. Tin'
-Sairsaparllais.fat -shperior to a'y
-' .;.'%"*" Burviyorjli.i;!? ColrlAssiI
A-A ir yt. vm .1 inigi ir.., the 'system, gives
-. I a ivifv r.i thp Iinn);, an'l-gtrenszth to the muscu-
lar .,-'z'.n, in i m1 ,iIextraordin'ary degree.
""'. C, .. m Cf siii>i'Biiio^n-ii red.
lI i; aSd Stren-athe-n.. Consumption can be
S.]'re 1,-, ,i.ii ]';ii C,) s1t1)tion, Liver C omo-
'. 'nli i -ild^, GCatarrh., au;h, Asth in),Spit-
i ira{oif ffloo3-, S )ro;ess in tle Cheat, IHectic
*..Fll h,. "'Tiq t Sweats, Di ,i :q-ilt or Profuse EK-
p: ..'r.w i,' .*, Pii, in t0fe Side, &- ., have been
and can be`-enred. '
.... '- Spillings !oo'fs.
-:. ";'" New York, April 23, 1,917.
Towssnd- I ve'ly believe that your Sar-
sapa.i illa ha, b; en t ,le ',nean.%thro n Provi-nce,
'ot' izvigng.-iyIlite, I hive f'or several years had a
'biI .- i,;",. TI 'i.., 1 r .ai' ,& ani worse. At
"Iast [ ,.i;'.' I iii-* qjantfi-ies of blood, had tIight
s w ,I 1 1 was greatly d -.1,it ,t.-..l and reduced,
3,1l.l ,1 I I ,:!.' .-t to live. I navO only used your
'S.aTsaparila a short ri"n,.-, an.d te)rFe has a w on-
A'l'rfiI chan:e been wro,Pht- in me. TIam now
able to wil'; all over the city. I raise no blood,
and my c': q h h I..'ft me. You can well ima-
gi ie LN-t Ia I tu a ;,., i, for these results.
V ,.,r, .-,!..., i ,qf servani t,
W l k Il sellEL, 65 Catharine st.

"Thi i? ,'11ly orie of more than oIur t houzarid
-b'ia- ,( mf henmatis-n that Dr. Tow.nsend's Sarsa-
r pill hi-; ciredl The m;nsgt severe and chronic
n3 e-24ar? %-PAee N-:le(aicated by its extraordinary
virtues'.
Jxam, .'4 onniti.- e..P'.-] ,'hole o f- h ; assistants
-1i' I t'l L rif i..' \- l'i n. B ack avell's island,'i; the
ge'rl.prmi s:6ken of*in tSe following letter:
I^l',.-'< .,1"! [laad,' Sept 14, 181.7.
SDr.Townqead--Dear Sir-- I ha offered ter-
.... ri'll f,.r dfine year; with the W'ieiu'ndtisrn ; con-
trx'q,_i of trre tim3 [, could not eat, sleep or
"'* ,, i l; 'ta'd i.,., iat,n6,t diqftrefsing" piins, and
in i 1. i )-Qer.a terribly s-vIllen. I have used
fo'a ,:l .. .. o"f v.uur `)r3a-oar ila, an(T J they have
di ,.: .s)re, t!..al.r.>np r'Dasmnd ,dollars worth of
gor, i .,-,i r,' t, Vibr'lty to rsae this for the ben-
.... .,nt f I l e i. il i . \
Yours, re!pectrtollv,
JA-AES GUAMMINGS.
.-^'.' .F.,,v~e aa-! A^-ise.
"D,-'. i',,'v I, 1. ajs jiritl is unel, alledi in
Sca.4eq of the CglH-. i 2'4 evt arid Agne. The
"'- f_,ll i v'1n.,; l :tte is only one o(t hundreds that we
h wv.? r..'-iv,. I from the South and West of like
character. .


John M. Carnochan, Plaintiff,'
VS.
George K. Walker and Mary
his wife, of the State of
Florida, James E. Beftner Bill for account
and Ann his wife, of the and partition.
State of New York,'and
Jane McMasters, of- the
State of South Carolina,
Defendants.
U PON affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor that
the Defendants mentioned in said Bill do
not reside within this Circuit,,but within the
United States: II is ordered that notice of the
institution of this suit, and the, filing ot the
mendedd.d Bill, be given in some newspaper pub-
lished in the Circuit, for the space of four
month, and if, upon due proot of the appearance
of said notice in some newspaper so published
for the time mentioned, the said defendants do
not appear to said bill by thl__next ruleday,which
shall come after twenty days from the expiration
of said-perid of' four months it is further or-
dered, that the same be taken as confessed
against them.
GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
CARMAUK & SPRATT,
Compl'ts Solicitors.
A True .Copy. WM. VALLEAU,
Dec 30. 50-4 m Clerk.)


Siaic of Florida-Santa Rosa
County.
Burnetta M'Rirp'y, )
vs. } Bill for Divorce.
Moses Murphy.
TT appearing, by affidavit, that Moses Murphy,
J deiendrt in the bill aforesaid,\resides beyond
the limits of the State of Florida: Jt is ordered,
That said defendant appear and answer the said
bill within three months, or that the same be
taken pro coizesso against him.; and it is further
ordered, that a copy of this order be published
in some newspaper in the Western Circuit of
Florida, once a week consecutively for the space
of three months.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
Judge of the Western Circuit of Florida.
September 20, 18-IS. 37-3m ,


In Chaucery.
,Raphael J. Moses, Adm'r de'
bonis non, of the estate of
John Locke, deceased, Bill for Relief,
vs. &c.
James Locke, Godwin &
Cow.,, et. al. -
UPON-reading the bill of complaint filed in
,this cause, and it being made to appear by
affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor, that James
Locke, G:,dwin & Cows, Asa Gove, J. D. Stod-
dard, and John D. & Albert L. Locke, defend-
ants in the bill filed in this cause, reside beyond
thelimils 4f the State of Florida, but within the
United Stales: It is ordered, that publication be
made in the Commercial Advertiser for the space
of four months, requiring said defendants per-
sonallhy to be and appear before this Court, on the
first Monday in March next, then and there to
answer, plead to or demur to said bill filed in this
cause, otherwise that the same be taken as con-
fessed. It is lurther ordered, that complainant
forward to each of defendants a copy of the bill
filed herein.
GEORGE S, HAWKINS, Judge
Western Circuit of Florida.
A True Copy-Attest-:
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
October 41h, 1848. oct2'--40-4m ,


State of Florida-=Santa Mosa
County.
IN CHANCERY.
Abigail Grant, l
vs. Bill for"Divorce.
William Grant.
T appearing, by affidavit, that William Grant,
defendant in tie bill filed in the above cause,
resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida,
but. within the United States: It is ordered, That
said defendant appear and answer the said bill
within three months, or that the same be taken
pro confesso ; and that a copy of this order be
published in some newspaper in the Western
Circuit of Florida for the space of ftiree months.
GEORGE S HAWKINS,
Judge of the Western Circut of Florida.
September 20, 1848. 37-3m
Exchange.
DRAFTS on New York, Boston, Providence,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, bought; and
Sight Checks on New York sold by -
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Agents Bank of Brunswick,
Dec 30 41 Water street.-


-. '-.-*,,.:" Osws-e Mich., O t 22, 1S47.
Dr. T.,.v ,1? 11: D 'I,' Sir-T pmi&ha,;ed for my
\ f'ifi '.I V 1, I.tt 1 4 ;)f SI r_; I, rIll i of your A 6ent,
iN fr. \I -N ,i', .f, K rI1 ,azoo,. to try it for the Fe-
ver I %i A-'i, Before 1I_ had finished the first
bIttl it A i. eireI tof warm the blood, and every
other day, when*t-h'e Chills and _i ever appeared,
tl-!v' `ere lea;violen.t-; afld b,4fore she had fin-
ishel tohe'. itr_-, sh e-was entirely relieved, and
she '*ai -Mich q.'-t_.r than she had been before
whe toll, t'ie A-lie. A lady that had been very
si^k wyith the G0-rills and Fever, but had broke
them wviti Q.-6,ine, and was left in a very weak
and disitressinz state, -and tri.')i-I exceedingly
wit h the A ii"Cake, seeing the effect that it had.
0'i rv ,vi-fe," shf-sent 0,it procured a few bottles,
aid i'l resiord I ,ir i t a few weeks to 'criOrplete"
heahlh. "YT ir S r ilptiriflla is without doubt, un-'
e ,nill~t int di-i-? i it?-it,-it to thi W est, f. d if
yo,, think thxt th,e.i ci'n. !.*- -i )-,n1will be of use
you are at liberty to, u_,.- Ir aa \.,- 'hoose.
Your._, r'. Y eI'f,'llv,
S ." ,. G[-C-ARLES R. SWAIN.
Canker inl the 11tla_a .
:'Belowv. is a3 :t..v.- ',i .:.1" a1, ther child saved,
-Mr. To vnienfl'i -,trn .i,'rilla has saved the lives.
%vt thiii-andi orf chil,h'en. Th-e following two-
iert~fi,-Alt- are selected from a great number re-
ceived this week. .
} -.,.; = -.-- N .V York, April 1,, IT847.
Dr. T.own.ien. : D.ir S,,'--One of my children
wa very sick with a ,Tanker-iu the Mnuth and
Thr.oa, att.md?,I with great debility. -Itt: came
near dvin-, [ o'tain-.I somne of you-r'excellent
medicine, awd it Cur.-d it directly, for which I
a-3,re you I feel very trar.?fil. "
Y.-ir-1. re- le_ "flly,
'ELIZ -.BETH1 FO._rlERj, 27 D'bro;es-_
Fits! Fit-! Fits!
Dr. Towa\vpl. no .t i-ivmc t?.-;led his Sargapa-
rilla itoeaaesgn Fits. fcoirse flver recommend.
-d .it, and waisijridi0.d to receive the f.,ll.'vi,,^
'fOnn, an iWitalligent and respectable Farmer in
Weatchester county :
S -' "Fordhiln, Augtist 13, t847.
Dr To"nOend: DeirSir _Tr I hv a little girl
*ev+w years of ago, who h1-) [e--n b- ev,.ral years
afftiteld ivith. Fits; we tried' ali,).4t everything
;-: 6 for-her, but without siizee-_i; at last, .aItltough we
eonildfint nd recommendation in ou.ireiroulais for',
eases like.hers,, we tho',.),ht, a. she w.,i in-very
delicate health, we .vould give her ,sme of your
Sarsap`riila; and are very 010 we d,,d, 19riit nHot
only restored her, strength, but 3he lit. lhad no re-
tnr-m-ef-44e-FKs, to oir zroat pleai.ire. ad. s4r,
prisae. She i far#, becgmning rged an4, hearty,
for. ;which..We feel .grateful.
Yours,..reip,ctul' ly, ly.
-- ...' ; ? '!j. JOHN BUTLER, Jr. '

i D". ,wn, ncl3S r 11.irIlt is 'a soverei-iZ and
IneMyc'u|,e f" rITcitt (C,, ition, Birn'-,
hess. 6Prjo.l3 kTerif a r Pahllind olf the Wob,
CON i r ii' l ''IV l hit,,4 ob
_- icl r 'i l teult M ..nstr',tiW I,,:',,lmieve
of Urine, or involuatary diaelara.e thereof, ad
fter the general pro~nitioti of -fhe system- 'no


[Dry GoOds.
^fE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
T sopable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseyss and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Bangups and Tweeds,
Super plain black and fancy Casamere3,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Marseilles Q-uilts, 9, 10, 11 and 12 qrs,
Deitunis, Kremlins'and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and-Ticking,
Lineni and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra 3uper, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Etra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee 1Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton. Hose and .Gents Hf-hose,
'Super Satin, Marseilles &"Worsted Vestings,
Cotton'and Flax Thread,
Plain and'fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c
'!Which have been" selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or!-etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
I Dec. 30, 1847. 41 Water street.


Ilydrostatec Ink Fousafaih.
A FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks,
Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals,
Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by
NovI18 J C ALLEN.
-Hardware.
PLAINS, Plain Irons, single and double, Ham-
mers, Draw Knives,. Augurs, Auguer Bits,
Spring Braces, Timber Scribes, Turn Screws,
Marking Guages, Mortice do, Saw Sets, Wood
Rules, Adzes, Wrenches, Saws, Locks, Hooks
and Staples, Butts, Screws, Hinges, Shutter Bolts,
Brads, Tacks, Copper Wire, Melting Ladles, Rat
'Traps, Axes, Hatchets, Coffee Mills, Sledge Ham-
reers, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


C:


HHD'S St. C!-o-x Sugar;
15 do New Orleans Sugar;
20 bbl St Croix "
5 bx-: Stew irt's Loaf "
10 bbis ground c
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Moft'd do4 .
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap;
100. bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
1000 lbs Lead ;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G., PORTER & CO. -
Dec 30 41 Water street.


SWEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding and Garden
.Hoes, Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton and Wool
Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron and Sumar
Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by
B ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9 'rCor. Water and Chestnut sts.


Aromatie Bitters.
DFR. BLAKE'S Aromatic Bitters, jist received
and for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.


Scotch Snufl1.
3 GItOSS Scotch Snuff, in half bottles, just re'-
ceived, for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.


B OOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by thecase;
Women's Shoes and Buskins ;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
"" fine sew'd Broganis;
Men's pegged Boots;
fine sewed Boots;";
Russet Brogans. For sale by*
B. ELLISON & CO., '
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


Shaving Boxes."
ALATGE and cheap lot of Shaving Boxes,
just received and for sale by
Dec 9 H P /BELL.


New Dry Goods.
A USTIN & LONG, successors to J. Stevenson
& Co., are just opening at the old stand, cor-
ner of Water and Chestnut streets, an entire new
stock of DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, &c. to
which they invite the attention of the former
customers of the old firm, and the public.
Apalachicola, Nov. 11, 1848. 43-6m.


Letter Paper.
M1 REAtMS fine Letter Paper, just received
and for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.


4oy to the World.
PERRY DAVIS'S Pain Killer, just received
and for sale, wholesale and retail, by'
Sept 23 THOS. E. GRAY, Agert. -


Note ,Paper.
PERFORATED and Embossed Note Paper for
sale by _
-Dec 9 ," J C ALLEN.





Wistnr's and 4w_vpe'i Balsam
of Wild Cherry,
YUST-received- and for sale by
-Nov 4 J. C, ALLEN,


Perfumsery..
A LARGE assortment of'Extracts, Cologne,
&c. &C. for sale by
" Pec 9 J C ALLEN


t


may not'only be dwr.t I bVatIN lb itnfri ng eimelfp' h Afts me fW^Wk^>oGNatr^
and 608aB 'Wiftlry1re ffwl lt^i
pies. Tbi i9,4he;only aswil m!ko8
no other can be genuine. Send byr a t o
it is tb ionly.sure ,W ti .. .... ..
Thousandspor~opija hare bezoe"Z &f~y ix*uwij
perfect safety. '. .i;.


IGtHLY IMPORTANT WORK .
Child-Birth:
Al Valuable Scientific Vork, upon the Subject
-of Gestation and Child-Birth, by BR. .A
WBISSBLHOF1F, .Ad. D., late of paris,,
just published'in Arew York, by the Author.
This Work contains recently discovered infor-
mation upon a subject of the highest importance
to Married Persons or. those contemplating Mar-
riage. It will be found of special value to those
whose means, health or other circumstances, do
not permit them to increase the number of their
family, without great inconvenience, suffering, or
perhaps risk of life. A method of avoiding these
troubles and dangers at will, (recently discovered
by a celebrated French Physician) is fully com-
municated in this work, so that any person may
nail himself of it at once, without purchasing.a
any instrument, medicine, or other article/from
the author. The means of prevention here et a
forth cost comparatively nothing, and are w Ihin
the reach of all. The process is new, sale, in-t
fallible, convenient, simple, and cannot injure'
the health of the most delicate. Nor does it
curtail matrimonial privileges in the least.
Morally Considered.
The object oe this work can be shown to be of '
the highest.utility, and sustained by, the soundest',
principles of prudence, political economy and
virtue. It shows how a physiological effect may
be produced scientifically and without injury to
the constitution, which thousands attempt to ac-
complish by the most unwise and reprehensible
means. The object is by no means new to the
world. The means will be esteemed by all sci-
entific, right-minded and sensible people as a
discovery in physiology of the highest conse-
quence to public morals and happiness.
The Instinct of Nature.
Love, and the desire for union between "the
sexes, will be indulged, talk of prudence as we
may. Without marriage, we have, in-all coun-
tries, a deba;semenl of one sex, and the criminal
indulgence of the natural instinct, very often
suffering and misery of the most fearful charac-
ter. Who, then, shall deny to man, (a free agent)
the right to marry and to regulate the instinct of
nature ?
Young MTlarried Pe-ople.
Young Married People, whose fortunes are not
yet established, will find in this work matter to
interest them deeply, and information of the
highest value, which they should not on any ac-
count, be ignorant ot. Hundreds of Married
People, now advanced in life, have assured the
author that if they had possessed such a treasure"'
in early life, it would have saved them more than
half the suffering and deprivation they have since
endured.
URnhappy Wives.
Unhappy Wives, who feel that their physical
condition and health totally unfit them to become
the mothers of a numerous off.spring, and who
reasonably fear that each period of confinement
will terminate their existence, will hail the dis-
covery of this certain means of relief with un-
bounded joy. Let all such unfortunate and" un-
happy wives lose no hime in obtaining this im-
portant work It will be to them a precious
boon through life, and prevent many an early and
premature death.
Hereditary Diseases.
Scrofula, Consumption, Insanity, Apoplexy,
Disease of the Heart, and other horrible com-
plaints, capable of transmission from parent to
child, afflict many worthy, people, who at the
same time, are as capable of enjriying themselves
in the marriage state as their mbre fortunate fel-
low beings. Shall such persons refrain from mar-
riage on this account, "T shall they marry and
give birth to a feeble offtiprinza, destined to a life
of suffering or an early deafh ? The answer to
such serious questions will be found in the work
here recommended. .
Early Marriages.
Early Marriages are strongly advised by all
philosophers and writers u1,1,r, social and political
subjects. Early Marriages beyond all question
tend to promote virtue and happiness ; and with
thepower of regulating the procreative functions,
made known in this work, may be freely ,entered
into without fear of incurring responsibilities
which cannot be sustained.
6fver Population of the Eartla.
Over Population of the earth Iteed be no longer
apprehended. The calculations of Malthusand
the wild fears of Robert V)ale Owen' are alike
rendered baseless by this discovery here commu-
nicated to the world. "The control of men
over his accidents," in this respect, at 'least, is
here established. The wisdom of exercising
such control, none who give. the subject a mo-
ment's consideration can doubt.
Honesty of the Work.
f There is no deception or humbuggery of
any kind about this work. It is precisely what
its title indicates, a scientific publication, con-
taining information of great- value to married
people, or those contemplating marriage, ex-
pressed in plain language; which all can-finder-
stand, with no unnecessary words put in merely
to swell the number of its pages. The whole
story is told, and the means of accomplish g the
objects of the work fully and fairly~given, so that
the reader may avail himself ef it at once, with-
out pturchasing any medicine, -ia-strument, or"
other article," from the ahth-or. The means2 of
protection which it recommends, may also be r;e
lied upon, without featr of disappointment or in-
jur'y.
Physicians, Professors, andCler'-
gymen
!n all parts of the country have given their
testimony strongly in favor ot .the objects of .tlii-
work, and the nature of the discovery. We an-
nex a few~of these recommendations:
NEw YORKr, Se<)t. 13, 1848.
DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF--Dear Sir. : I should
have no question whatever that the means re-
commended in your Work on Child-Birth, would
accomplish the objects intended, considered in
reference to physiological principles alone, but I
.have also the happiness to know that it has stood
the test el practical experimenL


Yours, truly,- R.-LE DOYEN,
Professor of Midwifery, late of Paris.
NEW YORK, August, 1848.
DR. R. M. WEIssELHoFF-Sjr: The moral
effect of such information as your work contains,
I believe to be decidedly -salutary, The right,.of
.man to control the animal ,instincts -dannot be
questioned. I think the work willbe the means
of doing much gooI..
Rev. B. F. CROWLEY..
No. 8 Stanley Park, New York.
DR. WEisSELHOFF-Sir: The principles -of.
Chemestry applied to the hints for regulating Ithe
procreative tunctions,'as stated in your work.,on
Child-Birth, would satisfy any well-informed
person that the object of that publication could
be attained with the most perfect ease, certainty
and safely. J. L...SULLIVAN,,
Professor of Chemistry, New Uniyersity.
Copies of this ,work will be-sent, in a close en-
velope, at single letter postage, to any part:ofhfe
United States for $1, sent post paid, to
DR.-R. M. WEISSEL-;OFF,- Z,
.Box 2710, New, Yworc-ity.
Copyright secured:. No Booksellerz allowed to-
sell this work. Publication Office, 258 Broad-
way, New York City. ",'
CAUTION .
Persons'who. wish fhee.Gqnuine. ff,rk,;b.v
Dr. Weisselhoff, with private notes, ad.ipd b4jis
owN hand, can obtaiuj -oniy hy st? di,g direct,
to nim, as he employs no .ta,,en/ whqlter, a,'nd
never sells ,the work at wholesal-o-tierel.-,'re" iw
SBotol, ."genit, Pe' pla- > Boftfselle,"
can possibly furnish the genuine work. Beare,
therefore, of false copies and imirtafions,-which


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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>.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: January 4, 1849
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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CO COMMERCIAL I [ ; ADV EBPUULISIIKD ] En au il1e fJ Dfccctoun.JEUEJIIAH .. BI'iiislIPerinhica& Juiierafiire roclataatioit.iT !I The Lead ; 1'criodical III .\mcrc ;S I UNITED STATES

VALUABLE I'RE.MinMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS ..
EVERY THURSDAY EV :!{ ''; ;'If. I j f Wholesale Clothing IVnrchonse,
L. WYJIAN.nTiee DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. .;. _rvw'v. : < !;\ 'i'' ";>' ", ;"z GOD K Y'S 3L A D Y'S K O O K .-
J. .1. Day & Co. Sutxcribe early tchifc the terms arc Joy:!! S ....'. _.,- :A;:' .; \of'i; ; ; .. ; ';
I "* ",:. t'"" For IS 19. LE\% IS tt IIAKFORD,
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS I. *
: Third Sfory BiltzHl's: Building?, corner of "W-vVs-*. X / T ,
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Nos..2i2 Pearl
No. 52 Water street RJo'PtBI,1CATIOS OF L'> J--: JBY Dedicated lo the Ladles; United Street,
Commerce and Chestnut streets. S .. ,.--:2-::'_ }'"t .. : fthc Stales.I .
Dec 2 ApiUchicola, Fa. THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, C-I .\ 4; .It,:J'.If. ;'". .'"-._. Edited SARAH .. HALE (Between Falton-st and Burling Slip,)
by
f- for LLOYDS also the .: .5 ':,,. .. I ,
::/- Agents ; Agents tor TIlE! EDINBURGH; REVIEW .. .., :
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TLTIMS? ;c'l- J XEH' FoRA-
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GRACJ: c uIE.NWO0D: .
/Etna Insurance Co. the Protection Insurance o7. u ."... .., ,
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Till] NORTH I BRITISH REVIEW:
Dollar ,
cntt'TlI' .-Three per annum, the j .C .. : : ';" y end L. A. GODEY. HAve .
and 0
t13 Co. "Hartord Insurance Co. Hartford > ..p-f'-\ _rc ,-' ,' : liD THE \; T A9SORTMENT OF
in -alvance, or $:J 'if) if piid within six THE WESTAIINSTER REVIEW i ".'- .)0'\ \ \ .I.
if jnid: Coon ;.f 4)r-; > A Novelette E. LESLIE
SCl.ar1e :,"' .' byIISS who contributes CI.OTIIIXG .
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nMatK: or $1 (J if laid .\NDLCKWOOD'2 S 'tii ""' 1- ,"1 t---1. to No.
sj'isjrbtioiT t tili-n for ;a l 1e ss term than qx: .* Rogers Eugene W. Rogers.CJia S '' J.' _)A evrrjc. S IN TT BUNITED

m',:lth!! -:lId'So! will! inviri-i'ilv: be chirk-d fur! <. Ko;;oriv & Co., EDINBURGh MAiAZhE.The : Y7ILLTAM \WSELEY, N. WILLIS' Original Scriptural Poetry. STATES.
a ffl I I.Tll: who contributes
*iiti riil. N\ i' i ,-r vvill'nvlisoontinu.'d!i, until COMMISSION MERCHANTS, above Peri 'licals are icpnnicd! in NowVork JOIt'l1C'j' ( r I'Tir1a.I T..A to every No.,
1 ante at tif! :itm of tlu' .. illn-trotive; of Croome's Sketches American Adopted, t J the Said/tern awl Soittkucittrn Mar-
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all irr.-ar Psar. Water; (stn-H I : iminediatelv on their u'r-. ..l by the fliitish lEliUAS
I \\ The: Str.'e 0:1 i Florid by an Act Character.We ket !! !
"' ) 1 _Dtc 0 :Apnl.irhJc, Fa. I ..I earners, in a beantif.i; clecr t tvpy, on fine \\hite of/Ihe Genc-al
A DViSriHSMtfvi-".-<>::.*luar, C1 I WI'.\'e Iinp* Acsciiibjy! approved J..rnaiy: intend rnerfly togive, a notice of cur intentions

l t4') willS\ in-Ttfd at the rate of One Dall'ar N. J. Dcl>!oi paper ACICVTCOD'S ar.d are MAGZINT laithlul popies c.f f Ihe original h4., ; -, c'r.tilft-d{! An Ac; to t'efrto! ar.d} setleth I for ne.\t ''ar:leaving: to others long adverticf.rnrr.t. -. In (the artide of .-

for J he first, ail Fifty( Cents, for every subscqni COMMISSION FORWARDING ;I of f the Edinburgh (:l lit being 1011.i'1i1.y an exact facsimile I AJabaiMi'>,I\'ftl.lrv," l l.ath:bet ratified\ (( 'I t tl.y nt-.d State of I'linda and t i .":-" full of stninc1 and fury. coni'turod the
: : t sgree- nothing.Xgrcc'ily
MERCHANT i
;insertion. embracec|!: views of the! three front I \Vc keep an endless variety.ALSO ;
To those who advertise by llv y.-ar a li'J.rJldit'o1l:1t No. -11 Water-Mn-it, i iD I! i En: I met' made belwce-ntheiespecliveConvni I !: IClr< rs i to the practice of 1 last ycn",the!; pub-

will be midn ; b-it all a,I\'('rlisemenls i t notsliictly "c 2 .Ap:} chicola? F,1. S I 1"parries Blackwood"[ n tanlToryVhi.and! \ the ., and Radical.! (n the aid St.ltf'oin reference! to aid!; bcundaiy : I /J.l.n will! i issue ns gord a number each month as THE MOST EXTENSIVE MANUFACTURERS CT

rt.iinin to thi 5r own buinps, as well -- Sj j t London Quarter! are .1 ml u-litrfdt,, I tlji'! Sail agieeir.ent, fiy the said he IPOS in Januarj.: This i it a novel loatuze: in OIL, CXOTIIINGCOVEKISD

ail L lc'; l idk'ertis: *nmls' 01?tit in by them, will A. Mclvvv.: N C Rmjniv CICAS., Pti-r. \1 "Tory Westinin-ter;' tinEdinburgh i HC'ij.w"Vhi'1'1'; and! (lie! Corrni'sitner! !., h.illi bet-n, ratified t by r flio!, ,-f Ia!e of Masn/.ini' pubi! >hing. During the v\hole: oi last .\D
a ; t I Review" Radical.1 "NorthBrili.h I .
ALibanin tie!
the us-ial >' : f evidence v.-hueot is fiii d in the office year he !!: .1\'C im.re engravings and mire iC'jMn.gmat'er
b cb rM! :.it ra A. IfIcStay tfc Ca.COMMIsoNMIllc11ANTs.
: Review" i is
more ot a religious character, I d I I : of HATSI
1eriemtts mlHt b1icl{ for Ihe'eceir.ry 1 the Stale of Florida! : Ihan any of his ccnleinporariesand will
Jt1l.pJ.l: ; having bern osigirulh idit d I b) Dr. ( halinei", I Now, Tinur.KORK, I. Wii.i.i.vii I 1) loSI.U-: COIt i tnw' to do I so next venr. The: e t\kosulcrihcto I: I lu World !

in adi'iiipc.ly. ; fur No. .\ratpr-tl': '"ivrc i) ,::1.trU b; cliir pj aanntnring son-in-liw.. |-m.siiance' inns so Clothing, of all I.1ntl, .
: I llanna, associated; \.ithSi! DavidBrmviter. and by virtue i rf I flif t ihiul i section
Dr 13: Atilrhi'.1.: Fa. of the Act cftbe the assurance, that they will receive more for
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ra vhi I!:1 t. < J Irf1 "t" : ; Its I character : LEWIS & HANFORD.Dec. .
-- --- literary is of t the ver I General! :\ .efllbly of 1 tins Si.-.lc irt.it.! dol I thrir in the .
l "-n-.t t< fr .i ii-'ia'W1: rn'is* l' ; money Magazine alone than by subscribing
:1 1 Tts 'n a :
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3- : t > jo. _u 1t .IIJ al, }highest order.PRICIS n-clann the I lire XIoI. 2r2 S 2.3i> Jtt"arl "t.
H. **.- I i 't .i j !t'ill, the cai'i, or cit\: ,:f.r 'ace, l 1 agreed upon by I the Commijirneis -- to at1cthcr, \\\rk. To this i is added i :2s,, IS IS. ,b..Jm
., j., 1t' i'1 .'rth'1. AVCTJOX! AN'D nCO\I\II'MEUCIIANT( ) ton 1SH, (IF sunscniBED FOR HARI.V.'J I ; alireaiil: and} ell fined by"th't!i *:\tidct, and] inchded: in the same S-'J, the LADY'S L'OL- : S

, _.-,._ __-.-- ---_- I.IIIIPI'I. nMtvfinvtfvjax.vrjfnrij No. 2 Coiumhu* Uloclc, For anyone. ) f the four Re..icwo$3 per annum.Tor approved January! Oih. I leiS, I to be i i.e: botmdary L.l\ 1 NEWSPAPER, which contains in one "PHE Subscriber have on hand and oiler for
,,, -- Apalachicola, Fa. \ aut t two, do. ft o. between t the Mates :a fores.-id, -ud that i it shall: I b"nct'oMh moiiih Q.-oriy, if not quite as much riding inattcr JL ale on liberal ft-Wl"-

: DfcrctousUr. ( For any three, do. 7" I : : defined} and I iken i bv all!I I li.e t: aut lhJti- I. as the >>!lier n'oiithliesmaking; HT' $:'J:, the SUGAR-lt> (blrtls! and! St() ISA N. Orleans; -

:: _._-_,- _;._..' : : ::;::- n-= : ,___;' -_ T.j' Ailvaiircp rr.nd on all con inmcnt* if reJiiiriil For all lour of the Rcvjews. S ties ar.d t-eople of this :State; as ih( true ahd onlvbnurid.iv amount of reading of two ma azim-s a month.THF.HI : It boesV ioi
.,I. ?a. 2-.>rJcr .">; Co.USALSIS :; --- ---- ----N'tv 2.IS1'3. For Blackwood's! gazie. .'; l ) line between t the! States {,f i 'lnrid and : AUE rr.cuT.i.vuiTirs: ab<>ut G< dey's Lad -.I I I FLOUR-100 bbK Miperfme St Louii and Ohi;

., : i 2; '; 't) A\D COMMISSION 1). H. WOOD, I-Vr Bladwof3tHI :a l Uevipvvs, u ,,\.ibair..i! ;: to wit : Tu-! 1 line (" 'nmeiu-i;..; o'\ theL.'bttaiioooiee '.' !"no'u for the ladies that no other JMag.irine COl-'l'KC -.O sjfki Rio aid Maracaibo' ;

! .-\. :./.,' .,It I..11':. CO1M1SSJON l 21E1C1IANT} ForBlackwoodandthc .1 1 Reviews, 10,00( : ;$ Rive r [1'0:1': a 'ilarp ICSKIV II as Jr.1 posso.ts. There i is a l\leZ7 tint and Line Kngrnv I MOLASSKb bhls new' i-n-p ;

I Xi. 41 \\..11, r :1r"I.t. 21 '..11.'r.t. Payments lo be made in all casts in o.dt.l71ct. iviii's i AIilN I i I l ," I'tid rlI1iIJ1.:1! I to t ti.e i; )' \ 'ing in each number-both by the btM artists.Iriadditiin .1 W-1HSKEY-'iO bUts arid hall bbN;

I f''i :\:.: c )ic'.!', F.. marked! I ihremgiioui bv blazes o. I th,' t lr.es, aida : to tb wsP, there me given monthly I LARD 5 bbL ar.d: 10 keir. ;

I -.. ___ __ 'LiY5j: 1 IS_ Api1.ichircbF.i.Tiios. : )) PREMIUMS: Iso hy mouiif's of p.irlh lhr(nvn unon I HIP line, ?l I what no other! magazine gives-a Colored Fashion OAP- H b xes ..le, yellow arid white;

: >. t. X-nr-, II i K Stone, t HV.. Bioo:,:0.j II. AUSTIN. \\"iI.ICLaxG. Con.i ftinpj of backohuncs of the followinvaluable Ii I t 1tH'-o cf one mile, ITK-IV or le-s-, h-f.rn each Plate, with a full c cs:ription. This leatiireis STARCH-10 boxes CMsalc's ;

j Nttr'' t., : :.o c & (9., ) wriks, \ i i/: : oIlier, mill connronly Iciown': as the"Mound: i pocnli! Jo Godey as no other work has I them PORK--M bbls fne-s, ad ['fIIT.> ;

c j .M .1\11 i 5 '> .N :M Ene u .\ ;\ T s, : n +t:; & LOtIq .5 fleIltlPV's1iCii1aflV.. Lillf-," or Eilt.t rs Line," nnd by iit i ,Fe I.:1PI ie.u'slitd every monih and colorcd. Then I there arc Caps, BEFK-Olb!"!N prime ; S

N.I. J i VVa.er; s'n.el, COM M I R SEON I M I E R C II A N TS The 21 Metropolitan! Mi n/ine- disti ': l t from another line :stbovp.iusju'iijrirly Bonnets: Chemisettes, Jlqiie-trianism( f'T Lidits T01LCCOhxg anti! hf bx< favorite brands- ;

JV2. A .ui]. .<'M-coI. Ti.i No. ,1 i 15 'WaU>r->tivcf, The Dublin! Univer-ity Ma;:iZilw. 'guln at dii'iipt.t: ; diMarccs( (;I.Ct t ev-: >'',!I ;g l fie With' Engravings. The LtJif'"I.rk Table BACON--") casks sides iifid l.nit.yCRAXBLRRi ;
-- --.--.-. --- ., mackyII1.Ia a7.inp. I arid! a half mle ) fu:1:1 th" Tvf Ill Line':: ," arid v\il!It ii',i';.n< for }mill tin;, nellirig, cr-'f"ht, I\IAccAnNI--. bt.xtsBahian.: ;
,
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11" 'ft :01 pallrhi'ob
lIlT', 4.. :. tii.r. TIle London, t the; Edinburgh, I the Foreign mar'rinl: by blades, only ard kuo\\n as the '' Ti-rtr and. all ether kinds! of work. Patterns. .lurfioking VERMICELLI- 5s tlO d:);

O I! lt .of 5 d .Ctil t i r- <) li:: tVA1DING l ( ,)un i.u : .Ancfio1 IIooi:, Qu-ntcrly, and the Wr."tmiii-.it-r! ; Reviews. Line or'Col) !fee's Line." Cans, Chair Covers, Window I Curtains CS-3) .jiiartf LbLs! ; :

.uiuu 1:; .\ x rs, L'UFAULA, ALABAMA, Any one :ubsciibir-g to Blackwood, or .Jo ona J In testimony whcrpc.f. I lave hereunto I DOvlf-yV. I'ur-es, Bag--, &c., &oc. Health and DOIESTICha.1 sl.ectings and slurtings;

id. .;-i W'tkf Direct, of I the Reviews, at $:1 a-yeai: or to any two of set my hand} and causs-d I IIP great s-eal )JI'al1lwilli Engravings Model' Cottages, with XNABUIUJS( -It) Inlrs Lowell and Georgia;

'wl .\.) \ilAhip, Fitrjj. --- ur the Periodicals at , will! rl'cf'iveralis, one i[:SEAL.] of t lie State to b.'atIixr.d. I Done' at- rl1Ial plans: anti .other ravings1jlwajs; illustrative iL '\SS-20 bss assorted! sizes ;

J J .?:' X. Salnt's. .1. B. STARR & Co. volume[ 01! any of the premiums above named. I Ihe Capitol, I in i tp! city of Tallahassee, cf srmcthir.g useful. Music, beautifully RAISINS:-]lui, uLole, hf and} or boxes;

Jiit AX'YsS subscriber I Ihis2.th dav fr O.-t. )\:. A I D., !IS-IS.} !.rl.lld: on tinted which may bo taken out HGCl; WHE.\T-2( kea
COM.Jil i S.H 0 S11 C H \V.' 'IM\'i'IZ re"*'i\-wl, a lull 'i.ire: of the p tro. A to nny t three of t tl-o Periodicals at : paper new;

.1..._ '. nase fnnn I tli" Mi-ri'hanls of Apala"liicoht la-t t S'7 a-vesr, or to the Four I P..iv iev\s ;:t :S, will re- W. D. MO.SCMY I : Governor.: I and bound. Colored Modern Cottages and Colored .LMCNDS-2jO pounds;

.i opt, t'z I':.' :.M* 'ii. will feel tlij'j'vfiil' l i tie! .nne in our line ceiw two premiiun I vulum.'s r o. abovp. A. E. MAXVY 1:1,1., Secretary el t'tate.N.vemlvr Fl'-wer Pieces occn>ionaily. These are all extrain i BUTTER I .") kegs Gishen and Wolerrt; .

f\ \t'1Tr'H.XCI! : cor.'x\, uf: hu"i'j t i '-. t f e rmiiiiainl I! "r. A subscriber Blackw: (..d iIl! tl.i.. .c Reviews, I 11, I 1&I9. d dry, an j to be found" in r-.o other Magazine.Thfp ; : CiliiSE: : -jy b.\d Enj-IWnlairy ; ,

r f' t1,. Cir.fll.'r ,'...e }""l'k, Ei'.Mli.; :\t: .. Nv. 14. 1 S IS. 4r>-tf at $0 a-jear, t.r to t the F<'ur Rcvievnd; Blackwood c".. All. papers. in tI..eSate.: '...vilIpu5jlMi4tirr.esRANAWAY ; : _. I were all given la-t year, and will be- eonI BRANDY hf pipes OtarJ, IJenuv & Mattel ;
N't.tt.It: cr -ir.c..tn.f' ._ _u___. : at $10, will receive l'rce prtmium vol- -- J -- --- I. I tini"d.! 11! addi Lion, \vc shall have in c\'CryNo", LEMONS bo=e= Sicily;
: 9fttt.PiUrtiOI ulIIoissc Coal 1 D1I's .. .
uaisr. cvn'1.
: ; weiy one of"GROOVE'S WINES -20 d c1t"
,U V'ltar'dfolr., Fa.V. umes. superior Madcrta and Sherry;
i'iI) ftPlrnir Ir firrHrtttnr! in nmning He from the under-signed; on SKETCHES OF AJIEniCAKCHARACTERISTICS ALE-dozen pale; i
premiums
T. \\', T I IS. Jl. H.Lf.OI1. H\' dtbiuJ tin>? fli? ?rwr/ l'iceriIe(1jcJr. t Ihe 17th November Jast, I the! loliovut.gdernbLtl Pickles, Sauces, Olives, Brandy Cherries and

tVoo.l .'t II iHasi, "' Ncr> Miu, I..IC"I: :; 1 Clf\HUS.: A m'sf amusing cries, nef f first -inn lo tl-e Cpfidy, a full: assortment.
JJ '*! ']1\11 1SS: t\,; Al :; :: (* !j.T:5t! : D. I:\ iOOR1 1.rhanl'uI CLUB lXG. He i is 5 feet fi or 7 inclie high, :"> ye-ars American |:ublie. These will be illusf'-ated in C. A. GREEN & Co.

..r.,. x., H 'tt..r lC,.tt.-i\ :!..tiftiJ fi>r tie! i!!itr t .n.4'; hitherto receiv 1 Four copies of any: or all 'If the r-bove-: works old, and weighs 1.JO or i."i Ibs ; OM- or t\\i. ;teeth every Xo by a Story from the powerful pen of T. Dec 23 52 Water street.
I. -\lI'd ce..icHIIt.; F. will he sl'al I to one :idtlt! ';-; nn pn' c'r't of I the _
III !'VT.i thr. :\l lel''l1alltool1' lie -..viuldit '! :
,- .Apthrlurnla: Mil wl'hit Iront. I will I trivv i t the ab.vc reward S Arthnr. Esq.
\4 ,\1..;. \\' \t'f Kti 'i4. i -". bis dtlbrry t to rr>r, irlli 1 1)) if CLII!;ed so I can '0 THE CHANGES OF FASHION," In, Hails Steel, .c. f

..'rye ." U it': r.h!. 2tlI.I !I. .. Orl.:.% lM->. 4-2-3 being- iratiy j.. Let iitn; :t'id pay all reas male: PXjv-rv. Tlli! C J :n .nts ; j .J .V .rfEIU'i f I ; ANTS, 1.I S.--- S 5 .. .- : ; },- vYo Jurmtitrrii' u'ibr ;*ir'n ttJifre tinit' S !. j t:VE! ;ZTT.11.lIiI1l1a : ,I will hl''r inter v-ti'g to the bli :. !:) Iron. ns."'rfrd sizes;
.. >i>v 4lf)1rt!;:'( i.\ 1:2 flue: to dub, 11"1''Iii i i I pre- .. :'H) dozen ilrade's Il-its
i. 42 iV,.liT siml, 'j JCtHUj"t011tI I ; 'i!httCFJ. : Dor. ]Jf f*. I IS.JN. Si.-2t| tfS I APPLICABILITY t : OP THC i FINE ;
Inltlrn< i h :l'J' 1":1I.I. fqrni.lwll, I\I. ; t fI\I' 'l1bcrillioli _
:
JU I d.oii Cto-.vii
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<,' I'. t, I I. 1 17. ).-., ,(' ;!. .).1, :/a. ARTS TO I)21Si'lCis USEV ;
sI -. -. --.-_ ---.--- -.-- ---. -.-.--- { ., '
I i in !! ihv t -c..t
: ttt with
is paid fit
----- ; -'- '- : '- -- I ,' -<- ---- -- --- pub titr*, '.. anotl.fr: : series of Engravings: rc.w: in; prepara- 10 d: zen Shovels am d :.1; itp: ;
f.*. "c Nr.iJJrT: I 'V3\TY5 1f1.J'P\'I" 1 1 1 out ici'oiirse loan cgr'utIiAIlLV THE Dwelling House; lately Ill! kc;. \t1:", iss. :t.tI :iZl'iZ
1" J.. iDi ILI IiLt4L\; .h. v. n-a occupiedk lien, :ai.d will I be pnblUlud i dining I.e year. ;
,\-.I i-\'U!: .\ XI: # t:! f.\H, (;!: :' rI. I COPIED: ;' Vjl by i!Ilic under-igncd.: ; Terrr.-s accon.mo- COTT A G i: ru RN ITU R i:. 500 11 Cart and Grr an Steel 1;
,'.rt ilr t ;1 .:"0:' ,.tctd.t "i tLLHIt Uj)1'ltu'.r..i, ::j" .M.iy b1 I fund tt iiis leMnV'-! ?, corner oi 4Il.tig.! A I1J1." to 20 d"z Colli.-j's Axes, Georgia antI Kl"lItuclv
ui I I the !Mansion I I A I. te with the Hritis'i i = : p Ia'ingi"t'n; so many Model Cf.trgesv\c( intend
GWIH' .
4ttu 1 nt .1 J lu;' :1"rf'' :: Hijfii. streets, opposite I : p.rrang.Tic'Mt 1 publishers B. S IIAV/LFY
N i tII2I. i\m' of Blackw nod's( Mugn/ino to early 1ft"to commence the publication! of Cottage pattern;
Jy \Tut -iKt'H 5.v. recur us
( > "; .
I Nov 2"i Columbus: JJjo Jc. 2 boxes Cotton Cards -
._ .
: Furniture-a ;
-- -- ----- -- --" -- very necessary appendage to a
X U A:'"iijrhiiv4 FI*. hetls: of I Hintvt.rk, try whichve shall 1 I be able
-1 do !
.__ ___ : \ G. ::i:. K visTrJVfEY Cot Inge. CoIThn Mills;
a t o 'place} I tlifitire! number i in I the hands cf t .ull-[ 0 mAt.:
:10 3 and G inch Pees
for
kegs
:z. 1:. _\Jt 13, j \ AND! CObTX
'.V { H..:ot'L.'- 1"It, n rr.\1L, Olil-r-s hi1. service's t to the }pnblic in either d I the I i ill any of I the Amrn; an Jfiinnals.' For 1 ibis,i ar.d: : ';;;I 1* Wjftr iioct. For tci'i-s: any;; } to Our superior Artists I Walfprs, Tucker, Pease Dec 23 .KEEN & Co. "

4\--' 0.' '4'\: I iv jtr ;.>, iiMJiCJxr.s) PAINTS tqOL4" J .ibjve capacities. other afivar.tag sf-ciiittl to our Fubsciibers; "". _I".v:": ;:.: L r'OPl1'E; :, 'FONE & Co. atid Welch, are now engaged upon a set of platesillustrative 52Vater street.
: LItI' ------- -.--------- cf Iht-se two subjects. Coots ?, tr.l101. V* Ac. i ( Cal- 'ia> so a 'onsider.it ion, (thatc may be JJM ,
:\ ..- 1. i r"t itIa"it If .1atinCr)'. lie will pr.H tice r ? !'ilarly i in: Fnnkiin, ompilL'd; l I to ri: ie I the prir of I the I ilagizineriit Ds tH r.rC(: jJi'S. OUR MUSIC'. FOP SALE, by the package, b.v. .
I h id Jack onCire' Courts and will,
Jtui iit upona } .
r. .t 0. .!t Iist a.i: \Vat.'r o\tr C'I::, Court :refore, we repeat .w/&criJe ar'y iMic t!>c t i-: 'l1b.'ril% t'I' has !1l"1 t itCLUed I l Iroin Ne\': Prepared expressly for u--mostly crigirnl, and \ I* AD B WOOD.
ti'ci.ilrft. iner Counsel, in
act
<
< : a nny nJ'I1I
\ has commanded deci-
nutilully printed long
a
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'14: A 1. I'H.ol". a. tricc isRptniltaiice5 IoU ,, bri Virginia .
i : flr per a large a'.d fresh 0 Kent. .
.: ._ .1 I of she AIiJJlc or We--leri: Circuit. Heillalo, djd piefercnce ovr-r that of any other: Magazine. '
and comriiuni'i'is:) sliould:) beilvvavs !stock r f lniy and Medicine", and all articles )ART of the Fire-proof Stur Nc- 21 'Water
15 f. ij'j: iiI s-.ihfr, ar!m1Ass u) the! Court 'if Appeal; at Talluha- I M t i i- a It-alsire in The Hook.
,
addressed posf-.jiid! : } "I' fri'nced, to themblisbers. 11..110111.ept; / in bi. line, l'i which! he would! r.%- street KtHi'iire ot D B WOOD.
t'': 01 \1 J 1 iox MEiirjjAXT, 8"1', t'i"<- s,""si ItI1]>' of xv'iirh.' he will always be THE LITERARY CHARACTER OF CODE
LEONARDOTT: i CO. S
call 1 the atteii'ioii his NovlS
'pt.d.} u'.iy (If 'Irieuds: as.d
X >. 4.iV itf street-U;, BlairsI prp"r.t:t ;.it* Ii'S j,r\'tilPtl l aorjdent.. 7:> Fulton t St N-w Vork.SaddJery the! 'iblic pertTjllv.; Y'S LADY BOOK. -
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.I I, IS17. A .jLichifti., 1:13.T .\ .'iU'ucola: '{!itemb.T! S, 1 t Jl) Wilh onchnitl'r":1, Miss Leslie, Grace Grecnwcid SnnO:
: ; I l'O.J
1
H! F \BEr.L.c1 .
----- II ___ _. : W. G. Ellet T. Arthur SnuO in bladder for .
-I {. e. -- ----- ---'-"- .- .-.-. S.iuii.s Mis S. SCOTCI! ; sale by
.P. 4'Js All I'M, A.ATTOP.NEV. G. fitJnl! !S, of vitriolic :ii.'ittir.is: .,. ar.d Tlalilifs, :! ; : ses I Seed Mrs. E. Oakrs: Smith, Mrs J. C. Neal, II. T. IL Ii'. ABELLFOR

U'h .V..t. ;4-j.l !t.t.tit H-alrr ;:n' ; AT LAW. SADDLES cuib and Snallle bits, ARDIIN Seeds, just rv.ctived. tt'id fr s:lo by Tuckmr.an, I H.I W. Herbcit, &.., I the author cf eLtio2 ooAi.S
t tJ ;< i-i'! ( j\-i-s: J P \? \T-, OILS I S/IIIIl/Il' G. ,
.Yu. 2
> OfOZrr/ Capt. Building, Saddle Tags, lm.1 I l I II I F .BELL.: the 'Vidow Bedc.tt, ProlVs 'or Frcst, Bryant, Longfellow catchy S '
cf.\ss; HI; : t; f1i* \( \c. Commerce
(.e15. Centre & streets. Holmes-and a host of others-must al-
Martingales ardVLipc! f'r r.le by -- 17 II ABELL.
.1." n'.\': Apalachicola, Fla. 1ilcta :, W.1t.iC. } the lead! in literary merit. ,
% rM. G. PORTEIl & Co.
.t :('11"(11 qzn'I.'sln( of Di'. '''ondl'uIPs'OS'li4 S-'ccffi; ,
loctnod and iVra'e .
5 LISjii.t. by TERMS
; Dc> 30 .11 W.: t tr .tIPf't. ': nuOO' :
a ) c
:)iS nu.\ ir.Tid> Eae:: &c.
,
Chloroform ;; Nov SAKE ai.d: clU-tent: for
.1 .1 11 F :\CELL.Ctii For Three Dollars we will send the Lady's remedy worms, for
c Ch-sayt ic Com-npr"*- str..tJO. A
If I Clot! aiaci Ca3'es. -- -
-- -
ss -- sale bv
!> ichic"l.i F1.t. pure, ju4 received and for Book containing more reading than any other -
4_ Ajul! WARRANTED 15Oil Oil Cloth 1 and 2 wide ;gess SiU' :; 't't'at t.,
____ : yards ; -T ri'ce\ed! and lor sale by monthly, and (the Lad) Dollar Newspaper published -Feb :: J CALLEN

H. S. 5Iiv.i'.v.: N.rv I I' JC ALUN.TIic : super Ingrain Carpeting; JU : } twice a month, which contains as much Co0411e aid Waters .
Say
___.___.1. ___._ -_ -._____ 2 St.iirlu \ ]Ii J. C. ALLEN.Dl ,
1rJi: ANTO; o.m MISSION! 'lEfiCHATo. .- leading r.s any of the S3 periodicals ot the day- a large arid well selected assortment&

-2> \Vatrrtre t, 5tniais'A Elixil'., ]: Tufted HII'! ', n}'S Hta!')" Co'iaI. l"akll1.three. t publications in one nior.th, or if the WITH Perfumery both .French and German -

_.J)>*c 5 _ Apalarbicuid, FaVv A CERTAIN- I.! remedy for chill and fever, f for ncrjIJ For sale by W.M. G. POUTER-11 1 Water& street.CO. WuODUUi'T'S; ; Dxsuifarj! C .idial, jutloceivtd subscribe pjeieis (the llowing: splendid engravings embracing every variety <.F E-Ir.i?'B cf the

--- by and for sale by to I Ihe Ladv's Dollar Newspaper, (although most t nleasant flavor nt'.\ in use, t'Jr-ale bv '

c ry Ar 3 9:2 es, --.Fe'i- :3 J C--ALLEN"-- -- -- Varrantcd > Car"lOSTCR ." Dec 0 II F AI1ELI.. we would not advisp it, a* engravings cannot be Nov IS J C ALLEN.
Gtc': O O'V.TVI' ; lOS .1ItCuANTs: : "Woodruff's .-- .-- -
Sir. OysciiSary Cordial / At COXU'S Aniline Southern: Tonic. sent through the mail without being crushed or
Xu 4-5 \VaterMriol.Apilirhicola. Sfarcii.OLGATE'S Eoots aiul S1CS. '
creased,) we will send the beautiful) plate con- S
n..c) 5 Fa. V ./ compounc'e-d' from medicines, of our own host Pearl StPieb( ) for ole
bv
____ : ; Diarrhoea Jyet.t.try, Chc-lerj Morbu--, forests t a pe'fect and 1.151inl tore for (lever and C Dec u il, F ABELL.ON t taming I! I Ihe portraits of I Harriet I Newell, Fanny JUST received and now opening at Store ,No. \

'1\\11"- :;.t..n.l \\r".1 n .\. \\rOOOK. FOF l Int.iittum, and >ummer complaint of ague; and for being the br Tonic in ca.-es of ---.-- ----- -----.----.- .- ---- Frrre-tcr, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Ann H. Judson : J Wuck- .
Ellisosi & CoM children, for ale by general debihh weakness s no'.v I.nowiloi: sale 1Ln ', l dIr E. B. Dwight, and the plates of ChritWeeping 2 cases line Patent Lf'1'f1l'r Slices, : .

COM MIS1ON I M 11 U K C 11 A X T .S, I->|) 3 J. C. :LTjEN.b hy [Aoril27] 11 F ABELL. Wednesday ld-ton \Vater street a MASONIC over Jerusalem, The Opening of the 2 do do Cloth Gaiters, piJcnt: leather,
S
.A II 1"\1.1:1:: 1"Ii BRF.AST-PIN Enamel'-d.: The i f-'cpulchre Deliverance of St. Peter, and The lied and toe, '

ilfOl n (iIIU1E1T.unvn1; :, Infusion Jar*. MOFFATS( LIFE PILLS AND PIlHCNIX Under, will be liberally rewarded by rrturrinir the n 'bll\P.! J If preferred to the Newspaper or plates, 9 cases fine Taj: lor Tjcs, t

TIN \\'A It g, BOOTS.( 1l0E:. HATtf, A FEW I Infusion JoJr -Lc\ry family should just received and for sale 1-y same to ':V. A. WOOD. wo will send Miss Leslie's Novel of AmJia, and 1 do reinred Hoots, 5-, 55

CAPS CHOCK Kin: S11I1CIfANIL1I1V L\ have one-for sale by Nov 21 J C. ALLEN. Jk'. 2, I1S.Gold any three of Mrs. Grey's or Miss Pickering's popular 1 do White Kid Slipper. ; ,*, -
Vci 13 J ALLEN.
April AO
novels. : .
Cor. Wnter and Cliehtnut ts.fCg Thompson's Compozand Syrup of .Pens Gold icn !f- .r' '
A lot of Readv M.ide Clc-tiiirt low for Cash
f'Vr Five Dollars will send two .copies of ?,
: o .4 palachicola.._ Fa. Dry Goods. Tara&id Wood I aptlia, OF the Into and mo'-t t anprovt-d: ; Et t) h', }just\ we Kov'1.JXO." S. 11UTCIiINSON.
1.- of the to each S
-- tile 1.ook., and set plates
Ticking, Cotton I Osnahnrg*, I 1 a
t the of consumption chrome, bpon- received, and for sale -
.HU. P. M'CALLA.. (; 1OMAIN. DRILLINGS cure bv --- .
UTAV ; '
: '.,' Jeans, Flam.el:, Blankets .]FOU a-f lima. \hoop! ing cou hpalpitation Nov IS J C ALLEN. subscriber.FcrTen. Iatoi and Fionatf -. .. .
ITl'Cnlla & Romaiii, TwrKK Sfurtinp i Sheelinss, Checks, Dollar we will send five copies of -I \ CASKS !Birnn clear sidc
;; of tie! heart, 1 liver complaints and aik-ctions of : : .
COMMISSION I MERCHANTS J I Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &.c. &c. the kidneys, tea, tale by tIut ; 4 the Ladv's Book, and a copy to the person sending 1\J 25 bbls. St. Louis Flnur: very fine.just received -

No. 9 Columbus Block.Nov. For ,ae by B. ELLISON & CO. Fcb 10'J ALLEN. SCOTCH and Macaboy, in botlfcs and blr.d- the Club and a set ot plates to each. : on consignment, and (for sab* by

_. \\S Apalachicola.._ Fla.Utidcrtvootl Dec !. Cor. Water and Che.-tnut sfs received and ft r sale by For Twenty Dollar, eleven copies rf the Book kJNO.. -T1UTCHINSON, S.

fc -Cai- ;h, 55ool a'titd S tiiEli I ouery. Feb J7 II F'ABELL.ry and a set of Ptes! to each subscriber, and a copy Nov 25 No 2 Columbus Block.
\\'cs1c.11I.ocluce.. ,
of the Book to the sending the Club.
.Inuitials B.joks, .c. person
>, Day
.. TAILORS ST. LOUIS Flour. Ohio do, Lard, Whiskey, LFrylilaetu reams Foolscap and Letter Paper lc,' }:n"is's I'aln 2 il3 s>o- For One Dollar we will send the Lad\. ': Book For Sar.O .

ALTZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST. ;ar. choice arid prime, Molasses,Pork, mess Cotton Memorandum Books ; ; FOR sale bv J ALLEN. 4 months, and for 23 cents any one No. Postage MAHOGANY Coulti:1g I10tAQe Desk Apply -

Fa. and prune Bacon, Hams, Siesanu Shoulders, for Ship and River Bills Lading -i-- \' 't tcwfjc paid nn all'orders.Address -.I to JJ. R. HAWLEY, .
.
Apalachicola, ;
: ELLISON & Co. Nov 25 lumbtw
sale by S L. A. GODEY, C< Block.
Eoooks 'l
{for Letter Press.
{i>All orders attended to with punctuality Dec ti.) Cor. Water ahd Chestnut st!. JLcaioia Syrap. 113 Chestnut street, Philada.
*nd dt patch. Jan. 20 Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks, B RA v's superior Lemon sytupjiM received Provisions. S. I
Cider. I With giving the above a t few and Pork for
Just icceivcd and for sale bv and lor sale by any newspaper BEEF sale bv

:31. N. Scott & Brother; 50 BBLS Champagne: for sale byT March J "II. F. ABELL. 1-Vb P II F ABELL.Now ) insertions we will exchange.Ifltistard.. > 25 D. B_WOOD_,
Dec 30' B ELLISON Co. .
WIIOLEA\LF.: AND RETAIL DEALERS IN SalpaatcA quinine. S Storage, : :

bR Y GOODS, CI OTHl G. BOOTS, SHOES H'ATSand Caps by the case low for cash by L.\RGEand fresh supply, just received, and VOLUMES Publications.t received and for sale A SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard., in I N Fire Proof Store No. 21 Water street by -

HATS, &c.. B. ELLISON & CO. for sale by OHO jut tin boxes, for sale by Nov 25. D. B. WOOD:

.-Ccr. Water and Centre-streets, Dee.!. Cor. Water and Chestnut st.. Sept 23 J.C ALLEN. by April27 S II F ABELL. .4.CotTec. -
> .
t'C 23 Fa. Nov 4 II. F. ABELL. 5' ,
.\'M. __Apalachicola, IIEETINGS, Shirtings-and Prints, by the Scidlitz I'o\vdcrs. i OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHCENIX 200 SACKS RIO, landing and.for sale by
S
W. SIMI '\5r. W. CHEEVKR bale and low for cash, by SOUI)S. Nov D B WOOD.
: case
9 GROSS Seidlitz Powders that are fresh, jus JvL BITTERS, just received and for sale by
LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps jut
,
Sims A ELLISON} CO.
Cliccvcr, B. &
received and for sale bv A Nov 23 H. F. ABELL Druist. ,
COMMISSION and received, and for sale by Clothing 0"
MERCHANTS, Dec 0. Go. Water Chestnut ?I ls.Tauacrs' 13 .
Office No. 36 Water Ftreet. Oil April ___ji ALLEN. Dee9_II F ABELL.EIDLITZ rashes. FOR sale on consignment, a large invoice of '
.dec23 a1chi1aF. Lancets. I Hat, Clothes, T ef ,N.Iil and Shaving made clothing, by the package by-
of the
Yeast and Soda Powders HAIR
; sale by ,
-- for sale by Nov 13 D B WOOD.
: .. II. & J. HI. full, FOR ( 30 B ELLISON & Co. SPRING and Thumb Lancets, just received best quality, For sale by Feb 24 II F ABELL.Congress T"
F sale Lotion. :5Cl
I\CTORS by July 17 J. C ALLEN.
.
& COMMISSION MERCHANTS
,
Wood Ware, &c. .
Feb 2-1 II F ABELL. Water. RANVILL'S Lotion,. just received.and (or

D ec 12 No. 48 Wator street, FA BARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tub, Flour Woodruff's A f ibillious Vegetable TUST received. fresh, and for sale by '_:isale by ..:
APALACHICOLA, Buckets
: Trays, Axhelves, Panacea. Life Pills, J July's H F ABELL. DecO J.C. ALLEN. "
room .c. .c. for sale by WAIM & HOUCK'S Panacea, just Deceived sale -
Roberts, Allen & CO., B. ELLISON & co. S and lor sale by I FOR R by, J ALLEN.. rV..JAYNES', celebrated Family Medicines, S Chloride of Soda 'vi

DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. Feb 17 -S ; % hlFABI. i ___ SSi L. just received, and for sale by' JUST received. and t ior salebY. .rt, ,

CHANDLERY IRON; STEEL, NAILS, SvuynViStOl"S FjShhl .TacKel.AGOOP < Oct J C ALLEN 'JQALLE? : ..' : .

A nil Jfaru SPIKES AND CASTINGS, OZ. Quinine.just received. and.for Syrup of Wild Cherry, just 1 I assortment i just, received and for sale 4 / Fresh Ycst' Powders, Guitars and Violins ** zt
j
acturtT' of 1 n, Iron, ayl Cop- Sulp.Quiirine COMPOUND .received and for sale -
90 S bv :
sa1e l (or sale by rC-1 JUST .' FORsale'by ; -i }; ,- .
D' : pet \.Vzrcs.ec ; ,, :i by."' T "S: Ii F, ABELL 'Feb 17 H F ABELL. .pftc ', -J'i J C ALLEN ..'. .:. J ALLEN.: f J S. '. J C ALLEN.t 5S *
27 .
: .
u Apalacbicola; Fa. 'April ,. ; ...J .. .. w'. : I' : :, .: -.Ito '
: : '.
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The Closing Y car. I I upon the mind, a solemn time : and such is J Igo j to California It is true there is a route, you there be placed on' a chair, providedfor it does not follow that slaves may not be treat her with the utmost courtesy, they 1:
IT is i a melancholy task to reckon with the season of the It should
new California
to which
year. rjv by Chagres, would take
the purpose, in the White House, and employed on lighters; it does not follow that close the !ports 10 her merchandise and manufactures
the To back the curio :
departed trace occupied serious thoughts. the
year. ; by ItJ s only about thirty or forty days, but if I went while the Democrat furious
ous threads of affrriion through its many- time to reckon with one's hearp to renew that course I would have to 'dig for gold :at be confined for the term of four years to the colored crews may cot be sick and he denunciation; and threatening in

coluted woof, Iud knot anew its. broken and form resolutions .fogfve and reconcile home, before I left, and the mines here only such labor as your country may require. brought to the hospital for medical treatment slant, neve freely admit war and every consumethe in-

places-to number the missing objects of aud redeem. __ pay a living price. And the Lord have that thets
may mercy upon your -! they may not commit offences of the nation they provoke
,
interest the dead and the J
neglected-tosum As there ,
of who
From are many my acquaintances Sool and be lodged in jail, or that in the :'
up the broken resolution, the deferred jl'S-K. O. Com Times, 25th ult. have concluded to remain in Georgia, aud r supportof i\

hopes, the dissolved phantoms of anticipation -- The CUblera. wait tin developemenis of the riches of the an onerous police to prevent communication A case of some interest to the trading

bpd the many wanderings from tl r-'fl i is recorded of a very eminent medical gold mines at home, which might possibly For the Commercial Advertiser. they be detected in the act, the pun-

leading .star, of. r1ut -tills i is +if', 'In,, tI tne I i! practitioner. sent by the French GoveruI happen if we left Georgia, and as many per MR. EDITOR : rshment of the act itself will necessarily community was' recently decided in Washington :

,'. ur, withal. I, a profitable t I and I, I Io I I! menf, in 1831 lo the North of Europe, to Swatch ons are of the opinion that California goldis By an act, entitled "an act to prevent bring them 'CVu'nty (Md.) which we find briefly 1

it may sometimes, a p'easanUKnd a soothing I i
one. It is wonderful in what short I I j!:I study its pathology, that on being question- better think more of making a few dollars !tines to this Territory," passed by the Legislative thaLjfitis more convenient for masters to that a man named Hotine bought i 1

courses the objects of this world move. ed on the most approved) method of treating here and be satisfied wih our present lot r in bring colored crews, for the reason of a corn 9
bushels of
( Council of ihe late Territory of 2000 'and 400 barrels
They are like arrows feebly shut. A year- j I:, it, he replied : What would'you have me .fife, than' to be idly speculating, about gold spirit 'of resistance to their introduction, it of 1

'\ brief year, is full of things/ dwindled and say ? It is a disease which begins where i in another quarter of the world. o. P. q. Florida, and to be foini'd'on page 543 of does not follow that we should permit them flour from a man named tong, which the

finished and orgotten. Nothing keeps: even others end-in death." However exaggerated Thompson's Digest, it is provided tbat latter subsequently re use.t'o d lier according
----- to do It
Iyon.Vhat i is there in the running calendar may have been the conception of our t hereafter shall not be lawful for any free any more than we should permit a to contract, alleging that )le had been i
Gallic friend relative this fell and COJI I RCIAL ADVERTISER man t'o ride a lion '
of the year that has (departed which has, to scourge, through the country who
the
I negro or mulatto to migrate, or be brought imposed upon by former. It was statedthat
kept its place and) its magnitude. 1 1. Here how great soever may have been his desire urged as a reason why we should accord to .
and there an aspirant for fame still stretches 1 I to say something smart and antithetical. on into this (State) from any Stale or Territory him the that would be the defendant was in possession of news
privilege,
after his eluding) shadow-here and there an I t the subject it is a melancholy fact that the APALACH1COLA THURSDAY, JAN. '4, 1849 within the United States, br elsewhere ; every body relative to the market for breadstuffs, and

enthusiast still clings lo his golden dream- rapidity. with which: it develops itself in and that it shall be the duty of the several I afraid of such an animal and would not that he had asserted a falsehood to Lbn

here and there; (;and alas how rarely) a i some natures battles all the resources of t {Jj=- The following gentlemen are authorized marshals sheriffs and constables, in thisSlate steal or in any other Vnanner: interfere with with reference to the news in his g

friend keeps his! truth, and a lover his fervor art. and leaves ihe professor medicine, Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and wit l l his quiet possession of it. and posseiio i
thus lulled
his
other mission'thanihat to arrest such free or mulatto, suspicions or inducthim
-but how many more thai. were<< as ambiii-. standing by aghast, no receive and receipt aubscriptions, or advertisements negro And lastly, in answer to the argument
Qua! as enthusiastic, as loving' + .is these whm t ul'simply recording the extinction of f :- &c., and also, that if any captain, owner to forego further inquiry as lo the state

this year beuan. are now sluggish:: ,, and cold life. In these cases Cholera destroys, by a I WM. \V. CaFrvERlaq.,116any;: Ga. or: consignee of any vessel, or boat, shall I against the comity and constitutionality. of of the market. The judge charged the jury

and false 1 Y-.u may; keep a tcroid! of life, process so crushing that no rallying point ;\1ij'orJACttARD3ANEufaula., Ala. suffer free or mulatto to be the law, it is urged that it is not true that in that if this we're the case, was fraud
any a
and as suicly a% iI is human it wiJI be afragmented offer"! by which science can profit for .ihewelfare JAS. J. OLIVER Tallahassee: Fa. negro any Slate, negroes are entitled to equal i

ant disjoined hisuuy.. ctowdedwith 1 I. / of the patient and its own honor; brought into this Slate. in any vessel or boat, I rights of citizenship and that if 'they make which vitiated the contract and therefore

unirc: r.uitabcncss! ; .*nd! I !h. n::Pi There l I. the victim is doomed almost from the incipient .Charter )Election. onimanded or owned by, or consigned to, prevented his recover .
distinctions between their while and colored
is nothing constant.' 1'lie links. \ of life are Mage. ; and the insufficiency of worldly The him+ s, such commander or owner, or consignee After a brief abspoce the jury returned
<'or ever breaking.: I'll'C ruj.li! on still. A I means of safely, herein exemplified: is in following gentlemen were on Monday population. from considerations of domestic verdict for the defendant. a
shall be held bond The
responsible by News *
fellow traveller t d+ np-J from ournde i into .the humiliating contrast l with the highsoundingmedicaments ; last r. elected. Mayor and Aldermen of policy, with equal propriety we must claim saya
in which the the of &c., conditioned that he will pay all costs, This decision has at 1 last settled
for the two
from Phaimacopcia City
crlv- :guiding: star .I' hope tanishcs; : Apalachicola ensuing the privilege bf doing the same and) wilh with
abounds.A with the of i injail points, reference to the buying and
the s.ky-arreanueof our anVetions( : : child, : I : together expense keeping
nr an 'iI"I. i is snatched from us-perhaps!I ;glance; at the reports( from Charily Hospital year ;any such free .negro or mulatto and very great propriety when it is remembered selling of produce First The puuh"sf

nothing with. which \\e began, : the) race I is since the Cholera came: among us, Mayor : .hat he will him her the that they have denied tp us in many instances may be in possession of the news of rise

left in tit. and yet: ire .1" lint hII lt. On- will show .that the cases which have occurred JOHN S. HUTCHINSON: transport or beyond ihis very comity they solicit at nnllamas. r in Iric"s, and the seller may be i ignorant
*
"
there have: all, fatal. An 'units of this Slate. yet any contract er.rernl, into' be.tw't"
tnl-slill onward" i is +ih eternal! sty neatly proved Aldermen : The Constitution declares that the
arid as the past reC(' It s. the broken tics areforgoilen. insignificant fraction of the number admitted Within the last few months efforts have them without any misrepieseniaiion: {
T. H. AUSTIN, H. D. DARDEN, citizen of each State shall be entitled lo all' being, made to the seller
have the
been cured This by
). :au.llhe, l pn emit and future occupy discharged J. L. BARUOUK HANCOCK been made 'to enforce this law, and in these purchaser,
us alone. proves one of two propositions : either that A. the privileges and immunities. of the citizensof i isa valid contract and binding in eve.y re-
JOHN CAIGH W. H. HUGHES efforts the colored crews df several vessels
Thee an blight chapters; in the I).st.huwt''r. (the patients who died only applied for admission the several Stiles.: Among these!' privileges :JJc. This if the seller asks questions*
AnRDO\\" ER, JOHN B. JONES.Steamboat in the of
Apalachicola have been taken i is
part buyer nut hubnd
at of the when to him
IfllIr I.tt: i is capiicinus and bro a stage disease a and immunities are the protection of impart to his
ken. it is aKo new and various., One 'friend I cure was; hopeless or .that certain conditions Disaster from the bay and lodged in jail, until the !superior inlormliutl-itlllle: contract ihusmade

IMS ;giown ('utll. but we have won atintIi. r. t.I'the body prevailed with .them when they We regret to learn that the new, light provisions of the act have been compliedwilh. person and property wherever we may he. M a good one. &VC-

One chance w.is less foilnuaie. ; than we expected fell ill, which developed; the disease with such The motives and the of officers One great article of property in the Southern canlll'time purchaser he jn possession of F.
hut another. waslictirr.VehaCe: rapidity, that death was almost simultaneouswith draghi steamboat PALMETTO: brought out acts Stales' is slaves.et in seeking to enter netvsand is (questioned, with reference thereto
the attack. There is however from the Nest the engaged in the performance of this duty by the seller, he is not
v encountered l one' nervy prejudices, but, in one present season by Cupt. with our property the limits of Northern. privilpgeti to deny i
so doiti::. we lave: unexpectedly mitered ihepaitialjiiis feature: in the history of Cholera: during its McAllister, was snagged and sunk on .the have been much discussed, but as the law any his possession thereof or misrepresent the r r

of his neighbor.'e; have+ present visit, which is peculiarly significant.; t 29th. ult., in the neighborhood of Chimney stands. as a rule of action upon the statute. State, we are at once deprived of it, and 1 same, and ... do SO. with a !view to draw (he :

lected( lecoi-Jed: 1 duly, \lint a deed l of lHg-j, Those classes of society, that by their socialposition books it is now subjected to every insult and injury an oilier into a cnniract avers 'to his interest!!,
Bluff. It is said that the boat is tntal. 1 proposed by sundry merchants
dine and+ worldly have it in .theirpower a ( excited i is a fraud which will vitiate. the
< iiun| impulse, has brought; up means i I populace may choose to inflict uponus contract
balance. In an equable: temper of mind, : to avoid exposure\ to the inclemancynf : wreck. Her cargo of cotton, but little Damaged of the place, that the General Assembly without the countenance and protection and render it of non .efferi ; fur the law de-

melllllt', )". In.a man of ordinary ;goodncs-s of (he weather ; who practice temperance ; was taken of]' and brought down by now in session be memorialized upon of the law\ or the constituted .' ; ;

heart; i is Pleasant' ("Ullipall)". .careless rhymer and take the usual precautions against, infection 1the Fashion. the state of fa'-ts, and .the necessary: conSequences i iI legally auihornities' i .. by whicha
Have been hiihetto, almost I i j any' is lulled into febe fconfulrnie
whose, licnjt is better than; his headsas wholly thereof and that they be solicited a ur
: exempt from its attacks. Principally, the BILLS OF MORT.\LITY-Ih.\LTlI-The.: This is the state of the argument : and 1 induced lo. forego: inquiry, bnces.viry to the
u I vou1! l from 't land poor' the houseless} the intemperate. have New lo change the policy of the State in this the protection. of his ,rer" ls. From ihi. it U
\ : not rscape rnrmon. ) Orleans Commercial Bulletin of the question is, what course are we to
been its. victims region or at least to the law par not', however, to 'be
so
For all the! eye can view ; ; and as a I remarkable fact t' modify as iih'rrt't that I the ;m-
For tin-re's! dealer du in !ind 27th. ult. says : It is astonishing to noticethe sue. Whatever may he the truth and justice eVefi when
:I : memory's we may: cite our creole population who are, to exempt the city of Apalachicola from its ds"el. ql" linftl. i is hound ijcommunicate ,
Tluiiih l tlii**iViirr of HI'rlt.f|IIr ':i I'ru.Idisp twined, constitutionally. or by hereditary. habit temperate paucity! of cases of Cholera, in the city operation. of the proposition, the lime outs introduction his I+ information in the seller. f

The wanderer's heart int-inury anJ s-uiil III bind." both in eating and drinking, as having of Lafayette and the First and Third Municipalities i- I Te effect the committee of is exceedingly inauspicious. In He is Duty rent, not nm.-r.t- -t it-."'. .r...
purpose! a ;
uf his "
It was; a gootl) thought:: suggested by aningenious up I to the present moment passed unscathed of New Orleans. Tile disease, Congress the proposition has been maJe. being posted.. and| not to mist-p
by the scourge. Although the circumstance gentlemen have been detailed from the f'st'it. or be gniliy+ of; fdsel.bnd; with
friend of mine, 'to make one's will I I and voted for re
the
according lo which have by seventy-nine members of
reached
of of reports m Chamber of fertnl'e to the inlorm..tinii. dr'
a annually "d,] remember all whom we love one or two cases temperate Commerce, and as the interests has in (I'M
been carried us from tile Board of Health and) the the House, that slavery shall be abolishedin ihis
in it in the degree of their deservings. I persons having oil by Clwlerl.illc t of the entire community may be effeci- JI .tssi"n.Vir r informalion we I ihii.

have acted) upon ihe hint !ince, and) duly it its. advent here, may be adduced in Charity Hospital, seems lo haveinlerinitledits J ed by the action of that Chamber and as the District of Colninbia, and that the our ft'IIt'r.: ivilll\.r:tnt"r know the ginurn!

is keeping: calendar of one's life. I have evidence, to contravene the position, which>i severity. There is a striking diminutionin i question shall be determined by the votes of upon They ''aillvlln\ enlmue inii:
the above remarks go to establish yet they the citizens generally are not members of f'' oniracts. of this ch.iracief., ;.
little to bequeath; indeed--a mauusciipt or the number of deaths, in these records.'The the male inhabitants. of the District bondand .
form but
an exception to a rule which that and t i -
seemsto body ate consequently ignorant of
half duzen n"CM
two some!: pie.tuies' and a score
or two of much thumbs,.4 ;11chuict'\ ) au- us, to have great !force. At. all ( events harm: humid atmosphere I which prevailed their arguments and their action to a great free. A large part perhaps a majority vessel A BILL of LxoiNcf.-In ihe firs

thois but slight there is more hope, at all limes, for him who) during last week, has been succeeded J of the members of both louses of Congress llrorJ our pon, bound fur he( gold re
these
us .
: )pour mementoes extent, it is the purpose of this communication ijib'n.i ( < !
ore, il. i is pleasant lo rate their ihtference, and :. prnctices judicious self-restraint., than fur by a sharp, bracing temperature which is have gone to thai assembly with the small CalifofninJ) ;i young; aitIIr..r wiili
the votary of excessand; now.t) hen death to place both of these before the a capital has selected about the

as write we againthem should wish the them names left+ if of we our knew friend we P is stalking abroad and no one knows whomhe deemed of favorable augury to general cofnmnnity./' .that all may have an opportunity avowed and fixed determination to pass a available stuck. .thai in our vie\\ of iiihail IIO!J

were presently, lo die. It would lie. a satisfying : may strike, next, it behooves us nil to health. of influence and of action upon the law by which the t slave population of the atirs. man CJlt povsibly cOfhit; a

: thought; in sickn(', ', that one's lends I keep within reasonable bounds in all things j jFor ., subject United States shall be restricted, lo the. not only lo SK1: 1:. bur. i? r..I .. ;:

Would have a memorial to .suggest!: us when the sake of science we hopethatsome t A NEW PAPER: AT THE SEAT OF GOVERN- limits of those States. in which il now exists.. stupendous per eenfage ;1 rte? rapriai. iii,
research will be instituted. into .the : Mr. j. t I Those solicitous that that the law should vested.' He has engaged fieighf for livbarrels ?-
MINT.:
Bullet of the New OrleansPicaune.
we were that would know In his of
gone- they we ; state' facts it i is additionally.
history ul'rile advent of Cholera be repealed; or modified, il necessary and I passage for himself: soil
among us, argue against :- what
wished to be remembered l by them, and remembered and! Dl r. Gallagher, of .the Rich I, that do
: within the last fortnight.Ve) hoped .that That vessels colored our local policy should! be you I think these five barrels l !
them, thc first.' And! itpleasant is mood Va. having crews are thus flhrail
among; the publ'c would have been enlightened l ( ) Republican are abqut to start stringent ; and if the people of these Stales. None but those of t philosnphic} .,I nun
loo. while alive, to change the order prevented from coming to this that
of appropriation. with the (thereon by (the publication. of the proceedings a paper Washington City to be called port ; have to provide for the indefinite increaseof would readily imagine.( \V Il. Ilireih'lrirl,*
every varying: at .the meeting of die Dlydicu-Chirn r- the Republican Press. They hth the number of vessels coming is less than !it contain firstrale lightning alias i New
evidence of alfeciion. {It are that Jersey
( ;*; t is a i relief to vexation : population within borders
if
our
{ and mortified pi' jib10 erase the name ;ical Society' under ,heir authority.. Tnehave \ able writers and experienced; in the newspaper would be if this I law was not in operation ; Northern England; .Rum! One barrel nl, dnrrirariplaying
however, thought. fit t to discuss hei, that our friends, who brought that cards n.-sorted brands with
of one unworthy. or talse I uul it is delightful I, o business. It is lo be freights are consequently higher, which ali
; a partisan ,
matters, which are of less interest lo the { \ journal class of population here used them in more or less, of the private. ,marks and' sign*;
+ open
as another grf* neirrr to heart with. causes a charge of a fraction for
your and l, and an advocate of the views of Gen per pouujj as supposed to be f .
public certainly much less to the great ing their country until no longer useful then set forth in Hu) 1".8 and
the ami
gradual sine 'lest 01 ,
him in intimacy. muprefer body of their own profession. As far as our Taylor, the President erect. increased freight upon I all cotton shipped sold them to fathers (;rt'tu's treatises. on Pjd t-t. Loo. Euchre
and
secret legister.If our invested the
your own investigations extend, Cholera in its ; from this port ; that the evil of intercourse Old Sledge:: Are. Tie ,filth barrel is filled.
I should) live to he old I doubt not it proceeds in less
will be a pleasant thing: to look\ over these present visit, has been as ecccntiic in t the RASCALITY IN HK GOLD DIGGING'S.- of free negroes with the slaves of our country trojiblesome properly feel to utter sulr"c..inn.. "I sorts >izes. and,
vehicle by which it came hither :+s it is i inexplicable The such sympathy for the afflicted race that known specimens of Diet from the lodged
New York intended
be
little testaments.: It i is difficult now, with. m Express says thai all(soils to prevented by the law
in its attacks It is certain that. they share with .arrcll to the double sixes fre.-h
i cannot us now the care ,-tndresponsibility from the
their kind office
and pleasant' laces ever of { will be toes not exist at this for the
when ,the 6'canton, the vessel which, it is rascality resorted to. 'to :gel. 1 possession place, reason of their bout yard. In scanning, ihe bill of this
about one, to realize the changes: ; of feeling supposed brought the Cholera to ourshores, of the gold in California without that the shipping: is at a distance from the government but forceus bold, enterprising C h r is..iauadvmtmiternone.
between the first and he last-
( difficult them
-more to
still left Havre that disease was unknown there-- working for it. One party is said to bebu'ing town ; and that a colored crew would have keep upon our lands and not will hesitate' lo say thai his el" alt stuck. of
to imagine; again: any If: (hose! indeed, it had not crossed the Channe. r i suffer the pure air of other Slates to he polluted assorted and useful 1 of civiliza
nay
inducement and could be implements
familiar names. the significant i ( asterisk' which! up a quantity of old copper so {intermixed no easily retained
from England. Hence we must conclude! by the loathsome institution lion, art and refinement, is destined, rX
it is to r
marks the from at
deadet if the coniinun rhances with landing thai masters of vessels find
certain ;
a
thai it had boarded the while I composition as to down the gold dust a uul I add
ship at little
sea or I least that the no in the
of human truth, and) the still. proper of that
desperate
immure
that. it had found other agencies its transportation : I pass readily for I)6rr gold among the un I it to their interest to bring colored crews management progress of scientific re.earche: in the neu
change of human life, continue-it i is : should be !
melancholy to think what a miracle it would l from the Old World. But conjecture ,- suspecting. This ,villainous material it is to slave ports, for the reason that the spiritof race exclusively in the hands) op ly broached El Dorado, whereto, all errs
is here idle and those who arc of us, and who strain, aud all hearts
most contemplate Boston i1.
reason quite intended resistance the ,1h
to off to introduction confine yearn. +
be if even half this list., brief and youthful I ship as soon as possible, ,
at Ii milt. Like the viewless residence
as it is i should be, twenty years hence, living 4. blowcih where it listeih and wind, which and when it reaches San Francisco it is to them more closely on board and make permanent amongst us, to share Gen. Taylor's Cabinet.

and unchanged. tell whence it cometh or whither no it man goeth: can," be stored away, and offered for sale lo I ml lie' them more manageable and obedient ; and our sufferings and contribute to our safety. The principle which will govern General
The festivities of this part of the year always And it cannot be denied that and,{ Taylor in (he selection nf his Cabinet
"
is
it inarches, on its way unseen ;, and, like t the green horns" from the States-who, it is that the policy and action of this State many : as
seemed to me* as
those most clamorous character for of
I know not what color .the reflections of r same element, when rushing tides commingle presumed will eagerly buy up thp spurious generally is in derogation of the right for the change solicited purpose, wisdom' in deciding, and honesty
to work it into t it is known are those whose interests ; 1lllpt.
others take, but to me it is simply the feeling devasatation which fury,marks only its boYIhe article if offered cheap instead. of peril i{ guaranteed to the citizens of other Stale; and affections ness of action. He \11 look only lo they

of escape-.the released breath of fear track. ling life and limb aL the washings.." Other by the constitution of the United States are elsewhere, and who are linked h- good of the couul\ ;.1 that he dues as

after a period of suspense and danger. Ac DIAMONDS: TOO !Extract. of a letter received nefarious.. projects. are on fool federal government, which declares that no tie whatever to .the fate or fortune oflhatState President, course trill do so rn the
which if i
cident, misery, death have been about us by Mr. Buffurn( of Portland, (Me.,) whose soil they perch selection of his cabinet. We knotv this
upon.
in their invisible ami while i is from his cairied into. execution, cannot fail to lead I "the citizens of each State shall be entitled without
shapes, one son Edward: Gould Buffum, dated I entertain towards those wailing for hi* action, just as certainly
tortured with pain, and another. reduced lo Pueblo de los Angelos, Upper California, I to riot, and bloodshed. All who intend im to all (the privileges and immunities of the gentlemen personally I as we' know th.1 he i a a pairiof. Wf*

wretchedness, another. struck into .the 31- : several Slates il" every kind and friendly feeling, but do not know
.. grave July migrating should, therefore, be. on their ; I"at ai other members of who he will Selecf! for Cabinet
beside us, we know nut why or how, we arestill Persons who have been to the "placers"say guard.! this confederacy have seen proper lo admit must say that if there can be a time when or other officers, but, we knotty us we say

living and lrClsrierous. It is next to a there is ample room for fifty. thousand The New York Sun men of color to the of stringent measures are necessary to prorecrthe the basis on which that s!letIOD. will b$
also rights
miracle that we are o.Ve have; been on people to work fifty years. It is doubtless says on the citizenship, institution of domestic made.If .

the edge of chasms continually.: Our feel the richest place in the world. Within a authority. of a person just from California : thai the right of entry in the pursuits of from slavery at home any one doubts that wotifd( be wnarl( f

have tottered, our bosoms have been grazed I week or two past, diamonds: and plating have "There was .some quarrelling at ibe commerce is a right incident to that character foreign interference, that time has we say i wi be, Gen. Taylor i himself ta9
by the thick shafts of dUf-ase-had our also been found. These stories mines, come ; and that the people of the taken
eyesbeen strange as consequent upon (the arrival of a and that'the State of Florida in denying place to settle all question about it.
spirit-keen 1 we should have been dumb they may seem, arc strictly true. I know few desperadoes, who were plundering the t this privilege is regardless of ihs who live here, and who look upon it as the We learn from the New York Courier and '

with fear at our peril. If (.every tenth sun them 'to be so. There will probably be a miners of their clothing ore rations &c. Slates comityof home df themselves and their posterity, Enquirer, thai as early as the 211 of November .

beam were deadly arrow-if the earth were :great emigration! to the country. as soon as It was proposed to. organize: a temporary aud violates the principles of our the most are last, Gen. Taylor, in writing ro a area

full of invisible abysses-if prisons m weie lire. news gel. sp.ead) at home and I wish you government, for the preservation of order common constitution proper ones to recommend a tleman of New York, stated' would be

sown thickly in the air. life would hardly be to show this loiter 1 and recommend and the protection of life and property." Those favoring the present policy of the change of measures, whenever the necessity the basis of his Cabinet if elected
more insecure. We can stand) upon our to him lo come by all means- There is no Slate, say that the inconvenience to the of a change should occur. f letter coming 'to hand alter "n was kto"

threshold and see iu. The vigorous are humbug about this. New places are being OLD ZACII SENTENCED.-The followingsentence that he ,had bet'1 elrt'I. he very n stricken down by ai:: invisible hand-the active discovered. every day, and Peru and Mexico, voted commercial interests of this city results GENERAL TAYLOR IN CANADA.-A paper felt desirous that the public, as ut-ttitt hi in-

and busy suddenly "l'pear-de'Ith i is will ere long sink into insignificance compared was on the back of a whig from the very recent operation of this :law, published in Kingston, Canada, thus specu self, should know that it coulii fa'rrfo Atsatisfactory. t;

caught in the breath of the night wind i in with. California. Every thing connected 1f'Ituraltickel.( in, this city, on the 7th ult. and that it is folly to pretend that ships with laics on the eh.ction of Gen. Taylor. There (In replying Jut to thtf

the dropping of the dew. There is no with. mining MS well as all. goods and It is too good to be kept in the ballot box, white sailors, in number sufficient to trans- is much (truth in its remarks and the demo General he expressed Ile tIJ rf'fr.10 be per-

.place of moment in which that horriblephantom provisions are selling in the mining regionat and begging the voteis pardon we feel constrained all the cracy might; profit from the hint of their milted to make public the. paragraph of the

i is not gliding among us. It i is natural most t exhorbiiant prices. Pick axes are to make it port products seeking outlef. here, British friends of the low estimate in which letter alluded to, and under dale of Dei 7.<
Ia.
) at each period of escape to rejoice worth fifty dollars each. Shovels!'! twenty-. public.-Rich. ( ) will not ultimately come, and will: not con they hold their character as a party. the General says : *k You have auihoriij

fervently and from the heart ; but I know five dollars. Hoes ten dollars. Flour $100 Patriot. tinue to come so long as there are products "It would appear by our Telegaphic Re to publish the few lines lo which my au.relrt

Dot, if others look upon death with the a barrel. Cotton cloth 61,50 a yard) andeverything Zachary Taylor stand up-You! have (0( be shipped ; and that until it is deter- port, that Gen. Taylor has been elected President in your letter; touching the construction}

came irrepressible horror that I do, how else in proportion.From been indicted by the Grand Jury that as mined that colored labor is ofthe United Stalesof( America. Prior .of my cabinet."
cheaper and (fo the election
their joy can be so thoughtlessly trifling. I It I the hopes of the Whig The
sembled in Philadelphia, for party following is the extract of the )letter
teems to me, matter for deep and) almost I the Augusta Republic. wilfully, reso more efficient on shipboard than white l labor, were very strong, and it is seen by the resul referred to :

earful congratulation. It should be expressed I Mv Own CALCULATION.-One dollar per lutely and determinedly seeking to rule over it is also folly to pretend that products from that their hopes were well founded. e BATON Not. 2, i&l8-

( in religious places and with. the day for labor in Georgia is about equal lo' the people of the United States. And after this port will not be transported as cheapas hardly know whether we should cOlgrtulre \ RotoF.. elected, I silo!

solemn voice of worship ; and when the the amount of eleven dollars at the mines in a fair, able and impartial investigation. of they would be transported if vessels having the country on the elevation of Gen. endeavor to organize my Cabinet such

.period has thus been marked: it should be California because one dollar can purchase your case, by a jury of the people, whom colored Taylor or not. He himself is an estimable manner as to securea, fair and enh'jjhrecrM t
speedily lest its cloud become de here dollars crews were admitted. They man, and his party is composed of
forgotten as much as eleven can buy there. have chosen nearly representation about of all the
pressing., I am an advocate for all the gaiety When I calculate the expense of the trip; its you to try your cause, you say further that intercourse might not necessarily all the wealth and intelligence of the UniJ; !terests of the me and F.rrfs great .
country ; as plat'r
have
,that the spirits will bear. I would reserve dangers; think of having:: to cross the tropics been found guilty.It take place between colored crews but on the other hand, that party is and eve ticable, to all sections ol t6r I

no particle of the treasure of happiness.: and equator twice, and feel the rather warm now remains to me to pronounce the of vessels and slaves on shore, from the, fact has been opposed to a low Tariff and the Union. If f.preSeu constructed upon"stteh princi .
"The worM' l is dull enough at IIH! best. But of African if I in vessels of the law. That introduction of English goods. The
rays an sun go a sailing sentence sentence i is- of being brought into the of cry pies, it seems to me that people shuD .
j bay is Protection
do J, Apalachi for Jh
not mistake 'its temper. Do not -and of (he six months of anxious and unprofitable That be taken from residence n treproduclons.Vhere be ; and 1 such wov
Into the service of gay pleasure the thrilling time I would lose upon the trip, and you your cola-but that if that intercourse were solicited as Gen. Cuss and althoughopponents be satisfea case."

tolemoities of life. I think anything'which.reminds the uncertainty of getting a bushel or two of in Louisiana, under a strong guard, that by masters of vessels or their crews, iti speeches to Great Britain and I *. I *

me of death, solemn : any ,time, gold when I gel, there, I have-concluded to you be transported lo the city of Washington this Is the only law that now-prevents it, o r her Interests, have always advocated va low '- Z.


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i is o"c which will command the aWiro MARINE! The Leading Periodical America. /

val of all. Every interest will be cared for. INTELLIGENCE. ALCHICOL! ( EXUH1! \GE. ( reclamation.BY THE For su.Liverpool.trier bark Me.l'Ilall. .

lOci every section, as far as possible. repre- THIS house has been thoroughly GO BEY'S BOOK I ; having MERE bet
LADY'S
PORT OF i: la-If
overlooked APALACHICOLA.... .. .Jan. "
grnted. No one will be ; none 4. si tefitted for the !season'and the subscriber .\ 'K. ;& "_.. q"" 011'If7'df c Irgo engaged; and on boaid, will h Ttdispatch.
For 1849. '. .. .. ",'. .
hearing.We liii takes in .
denied a Arrived. I pleasure informing .- FHlrelgJ.I, apply to
know now from under his own hand Dee29-BrigW II I the public that he is now in readi- Dedicated to the Ladies of the United Slates. '4 'r- Dec 28. J. DAY I Co.
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his Cabinet L Jones Tyler, fm New York, > .
which
for the
basis ness "
reception
the permanent
what is upou to A McKay & Co. Edited by SARAH J. HALE, -
vrill be organized. He never jet has m'ntiken Sriir Lamartine; Turner fm Franklin, La. and transient boarders, at the usual 'rates. His GRACE GREENWOOD \L t \ ; For New York.

his man when he had a duty for anyone 't ..T.11. 1-Ship Morumer! Livingston, Burston, fm chef cuisine is an adept, .and travellers may t and L. A.. GODEY.A .. -ti--. THE bug WM. L. JONE Tjltr.
We but express ihe leH- % 0Yurk, tp I M \ right. depend upon having all the luxuries and delicacies > master, i ii now loading. dek freight
10 perform. that U.nk Pilgrim, Dnnkwater fm Boston. of the market served up in the best style. Ncvelette by MISS E. LESLIE who contribute .- ,-' --._: only, apply to
when .
wr 0
ing of the country we say >ir Laura June, Delannfm New York. The BAR is now and will at all times be kept ? to every No. ( Jan4 A. N. McKAY Co.
'have that confidence, which amounts to assuranCe Jn 2-Ship Jinny Lind, Bragdon fin Bostrn. supplied with the choicest Wines Liquors and N. P. WJLLIS' Original Scriptural Poetry. WILLIAM f. &
D. MOLEY
that he will not mistake now. Jan 3-Ship France, Nichols fm Charleston. Cigars. A continuation of the liberal custom T. S. ARTHUR who contributes to c'eryo.., For New York.
Baltimore Patriot. Jan 4-Ship Medona Ames fm Boston. heretofore bestowed, is respectfully solicited. : illustrative! of Croome's Sketches of American Governor of Florida. THE schr. LAMARTINE Turner,
Schr Louisa Sears, Sear, fm New Orleans. master take a lew bale on deck.
Character. The State of B
Acr
Steamer JOHN PARTRIDGE. \JTHEREAS. Florido, by an wi
ToRP *TINE.-The Savannah Georgiansays Steamer Quincy Eufaula,,Allen Barnet, fm, from Chatlahoochee.Columbus. December 9, 1S4S. We intend merely to give-a notice of our intentions !I ofhe GtrHr.Jl Assembly, approved January :'or apply to

Steamer Viola, Van Veghten fm Columbus. I for next year. leaving'to others long adver- 6th, : entitled, An Act to define and settle Ja.i 1N., MrKAV &Co.

: Steamer Fashion, Cad wallder, fm Columbus. UNITED. STATES. ; I tisenenrs" full of sound and fury, signifyin3noth.n. the boundary between the State of Florida and Foic"u.. -

; Some of oar citizens have doubtless al. Steamer Southerner, Shaw, from Columbus. : Wholesale Clothing: Warehouse, I! .." .' I I I Alabama," hath ratified ant confirmed the agreei .
already known that a company of planters Steamer Boston Crier from Columbus. Agreeably the practice of last yearthe pub-!i: ment made betweenihe respective Commissionersof THB fine Al thil) J _

in Liberty county. have gone quite extensively II Stearner Moore, McCall fm Eufaula. LEWIS k. IIANFORD; lishaU) issue as good a number each month as :. t the said States, in reference to said boundary : Pr dt ri, ma.ttr. wilt rut? dispatch
I the above
into the Turpentine business. We Steamer Emily, Roland fm Columbus. Nos. 252 lie d>es in January. This is a novel feature in 1. .iiiel U'ltrUS. the said agreement, by the said pert. Ftr deck freight orpasoge
Steamer & 256 Pearl Street
through a member of Peytona, Morton from Columbus. M,'7m: publishing. During the whole of-last I|: Commissioners, hath been ratified by the State of apply to .
that are pleased COll1panY.lhat to learn their prospects are now Steamer H S Smith' Stapler, fm Columbus. (Between Fulfpn-stand Burling Slip,) year he cave more engravings and Inure 1 leading ,. Alabama, the t\.idencl whereof is filed in the cf- Jar 4- c. non FRS &Co.

: They have lately procured Cleared. J\EW YORK. ., matter than any of his contemporaries, and will j. lice of I he Secretary of I he State of Florida : FOI' Providence
very filtering. continue to do so next year. Those ho subscribe j Now, THEREFORE, I, WILLIAM D. MoSKLEY
: MANCO Fish
HAVE
ON HA.XD | superior ship ,
THE LARGEST ASSORTMrNT OF
and in active. operation Dec 29 Bark John TIE
from New York put Brower,Tolford for Boston, GODEY'S LADY'S do of the
to BOOK may so under i Gonrlor State of Florida, in pursuance sail in a few dais ftrthe
by N J Deblois. .
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a still for the distillation of the spirits. The Bark Lion, Henry, for Providence Harper CLOTHING the assurance that 'they will receive more for i and by virtue of the third section of the Act of ibovc pert. For dock frcfchfapply to
by
still weighs over two thousand pounds. the ft Holmes and C Rogers & Co. IN T 'B their money in the Magazine alone than by subscribing j the General Assembly of this State aforesaid, do J.II C. ROGERS Co.veiity .

copper kettle weigliins nine hundred, and Jan 3-Fr s-hip France, llaelewyck, for 11 ivrc, UNITED STATES. (to any ether work. Tot hiU. i added j i proclaim the line agreed upon by the Commi- & -

'the worm twelve hundred.! The whole cost by i> Cdi'?iu. Adapted to the Soui'ter/i and Southu-csUrn Markets and included iii the same $3, the LADY'S DOLLAR : sioners aforesaid and defined by t the said Act, 'J \ 5>u liars Reward.

of it was a \.salltlIJJtlar's.. We wish them Schr Chipola, Grierson, fur New Orleans.' !!! NEWSPAPER, which contains in one \ approved) January fiJi, 18 IS, to be the boundnry RANAWAY from the undersigned on

all success in an enterprise which: will he month nearly, if not quite as much reading mtt-: : bt'lwel1 the States aforesaid and that it -hal be the 17th Novembei last, the J illowinjrdejeribid -
ter the other monthlies for : the j hencefoith deemed and taken
as making $3, by the .
most important in its effect upon the general List of Vessels In Port. In I the artide of al ( Neiro Man, named CHARLES.
amount of reading of Iwo magr/.ini-o a month i ties and of this State as true and only
of the State and the business of 1"'oIIe He i< j feet 6 or 7 inches high, 25 year*
prosprrity SHIPS. SHIRTS AND DRAWERS THERE LaI I
ARE PECUI.IARITIF.S about Guley's blnd.IT' the States of Florida and' old, and weiuhi 1-10 or 14"; lbs two teeth
one or
'our city. Mortimer Livingston, BnrMon, 749 tons, fm New \Ve keep an endless variety.ALSO !! d's Book 'for the ladies that no other Magazine j .Alabama, to wit : Tile line commencing, on the out beloin, 'Iront. I v\ill ; rewardfor
York, \'dllinI :Wright There is Mezzotint and Line En- Chnttahoochee River i"'I'lhe abr.ft
THE MOST possesses. a j near a kno\\ti as Ir-
-- ----- EXTENSIVE MANUFACTURERS 01OIL pacl his
-- delivery to me, rr $lt) if cntiftetd I can
CIAL. Jinny Lind. Brasdnn, 532 (tons for Bos-ton, loading Kravin? in each number-both.by the bit arti-.ts. i win's i .I I li,." arid running West to t the rcdll0.marl.t.t get him and all s. .
rOlIIER CLO IIING
-C Hogers k Ca. pay rt.solMt expercs.{
In addition to t these, there are {given monthly j I Itirou Itnut by blades on the tiqes
------, ----- France, Nichols, 441 tons, fm Charleston, waiting I ., all J. B EVERETT.
----- ANDCOVERED what other reH I moundof eoith
-- no magazine givcsCot' by I the !hn
--- ---- --- -- -Master.Medona Fashj j lulwl upon ?, Marianna, Dec. I4S. ISlfV
Cotton Statement. I ..:t: AIIIPS, 399 tons, fm New York waiting HATS ion Plate, with a full description This feature I d Istatlecs: 1'1 one mile, Il.f' or le-s fn in each .IJ.
-Master. In the World is peculiar to Godev, as no other work has them oilier, :: ('OIIolly: known as the :IIJ\wd ir llciil.

''IlcKflJnJ el'l. 1,18"8.. ..50; j78'Ut"ct'I.t'd Ann
11 113' d.tI..fiS)1 !. \\.ailin-:Master.Mancn. Plain and Fashionable Clothing, nf all lands Bonnets, Chemisettes F/jUetriani- for, Li-: distinguished from another Hue above,rtirnin ir- .hv 1.t uiler! '.i:'u! 'Itriiis arn.mnu- .

., ... .. Fi-h :35t"ns() for Pr 'vidrncp, loading Iies different
'irvIoUlY .3-192:1 LEWIS & HANFORD with Engraving- The Ladiis' Work Ta- r. llrl.at di ancesii'(
rOta). ... .- -11931 120.36EXIICrlt'd ; C Rogers & Co. Nos. 232 & 23(3( Pearl l st. bl., with designs for kllittilJ,.ncltlll, erele'I.! ami I milts) from t the "lI.Ud Line," and u. s. HAWLEY! ,

;'.'t 3 d.I.tI.. .... .11U Ilobeit Prflirn, Fulton, 376 tons, for Boston, toadi Dec. 23, ISIS. 4S-3m and all other kinds of01 k. Patterns for marked by blazes only! and knowl as *' Upper 1', V 2.: C"I"I 'ii. f h'k.
.. .... .. .9I2 i ing.J Debloia.Leopard .
I're\'iClu"ly Smoking! Caps Chair Covers, Window Curtains, Line," or cont.' 's Line."
T )ldl.10276 .165S Hopkins, 5SS tons, for Boston, loading Subscribers and ofllr
have on hand for To Rent.
N J Deblow.Waver'y. THE D'0\ley's, Purses Bags .c., &or. Health arid In telirnonyirfd.I have hereunto :
on liberal t'rms- Beauty with En ravillgs.; Model C /Iages( with s my the se-l -. STORES A\fl: l Olumbu* m'CK, :
Tin hand andcth:!lIibllard not cleared 31f35 7398 Robertson, 529 tons, for Liverpool, load ca1td great I ; ut
-. .- .-..---,-..--------- il .g.Tlad.IY.. SUGAR-10 hhds and 5'J bbls l N. Orleans; ground plans, and! other engravingalwat.' ilhiitralive i[:SEAL.] of the State to be atxet. DOle at u'q Iifj Watir :trl'ef Fa tt-ri s, aPi.ly j to"if
of Cotton- -from- tplac1iIcila-- brt.-ki.; Tome. 5H tons. loading M Wright 10) boxes \Ytlol evs & Stuait's loaf; of something useful. Music, Twautilullvprinted the Capitol in the city ee, K<;\H.NOLU-K.__ TOE &Co.

4,1:1t.neiiigfl.lports I, ISIS._ euud.i. ne tin HI 1 q7I : Pert-Mis. (nt 0 Hall 393 tons for Lh'erpoeol.load. FLOUR-1UO bbls superfine St Louis and Ohio ; on tinted'par'r, which may l be t.ikfn out this 2.llh day of October A I D., ISIS. -**" \:u'I'; liccl i t'urc.- ."
r Hill Dawson & Co. COFFEE-30 sacks Rio tiid Maracaibo
ing- ; aid bound. Colored Modern Cottages and Olomi W. D. MOSELEY Governor. ftiXE'S vS

-WIIITIIF.1t "ltno. I 3 Par dtlP1,ouely.TOTAL-eVi.--' /I t..i'.i BA lot tel.:. WHISKEYu MOLASSES bbls new crop ; Flower; Pieces occasionally. These are all extra A. MAXWELL, Secretary of State.November COSTCIl &, t11 I IK in Aniline mat l'iht ?I'IIUiUToric.cur own.
Sl'a'On 1'1
PI grim. Drink! water 2L'6! tons.fm Brston waiting Lbls and lull bIAs; ifiGodey, anl to be found in no other Magazine.Tiese 11, I lj.c .
: forests' a pe-fVrt' IasiUg rure ( lc\tr and
vt"r1hlul .. .. .. .9 ; '. .. ..9J:' .1.J.tJ1I.rl' : LARD-5 lib Is and 10 keg tl.d -
Master. ; all last and will All in the"tato 'i.'
.... .......... .... .. .... .. .. . SOAP-SO (boxes pale yellow and white were given year be 'on- --papers- -___ __ __ wip'l 4time acne antI (for being t the h4'--t Tonic in eases If>
\dIJI1..... :... ... .... ..... ...... .. .. Mersey, McDonald J 372 tons, for Liverpool, loading STAKC11 10 boxes ; thued. In addition, we shall have in every No., Drugs and IVIcdiciuc.s.F general debility or u t-akiiess no\x knowntor sale
i Co. Colgate's
TrstD'........ ... -.. .'. ...... ... .... ..1:519 ; Day : PORK ; 01.e ofc'CHOOIF.'S PI j IE: "* by [April21}_ II F ABELL.OFFAT'S .
;"no.. .... ...... ..J., ..... .. ... ... .. HIIG: 1 <. --20 bbls ines/and prime ; SKETCHES OF AMERICAN subscriber has: i j-ist receivc-tl trom ew
01 hl'r"1""IS....... ... ....i,. .. .1'. ... ... ... Win L Jones Tyler 220() INI,. for New York, BEIF-20 bbls prime; CH A R ACTERISTICS, J. York per brig Virginia, a large and fresh M LIFE PILLS AND! PliCEMXBITTERS
Fur. / ..993 J-.:. .i loading-A N McKay & Co TOBACCO-3U bxs and hf bxs favorite brands; A most amusing series, now first aiven to the stock of Drugs and Medicines, and all articles just received and fir II. by
.Tota! 10 Porti'T : ": UI' ::212!' BACON-5 casks sides and haws; American public. Th'se111 be illustrated in usually kept in his line, to which he would! re- X'I a I J ( ALLEN

Xrw York. ... .. '. ...j.b"i .1 : : 21 1\li\CCAIW1'I-5 boxes Italian specllully; call the attention of his friends, and
11JfflI .... ..... ..i. .... .2il; 2.I..l.9:17.lttll.I.I. : HO FOR CALIFORNIA 11 VERMICELLI-5 do do ; e'cryo.. by a Story from the [powerful pen ofT.S. the public jjenerallv. Thompson's Compound Syrup ofTar

.. .! t". .. .. . .. .33I6. .: .. .. !I: undersigned! desirous of making a CRANBERRIES( bbls; Arthur Esq. Nov 4 a.Jd"oud altbn,
.,atld.lOljJ Hi .. ...j'. .. .. .. .,. .. !. .1"llg up quarter ; THE CHANGES OF FASHION," I} AGCLL.
.1.- the ot chronic bron-
of able ( ,
;all 11Irf". ... ..:.1 .....:. .'I '.. ..:1\1 11.. .. !" ) 2'J healthy men: to go to DOMES I ICS-25 bales sheetings and sliirlings! ; Illustrated! by Fay Robinson, Esq This series Seeds FOR 'ln' cntiMiiupIn n ,
N. )rk.tns..I .1o. C.tlif unia, who will each contribute $:OO rash, OSNA D(JRGS- bales Lowell 1 and C cot gia; will he interesting to the ladies. Seeds Seeds ii i i., a. hun:i. who''!>nm ("(/, hj>.il'italion|

ctht'rjllirl; :... .. .:.1. ..W1..6H.7-1./! /. .. Ibraj-iint s'ock' ot J 10OUO) to purchase a schooner GLASS-20 bxs assorted sizes; "THE very APPLICABILITY OP THE FINE GARDEN Seeds, just rccei..d. ai.d for sale by of't'e!, l he&rt: Ill r com:.taint.-; and ullectioiis!! of

Tc\I-t1 GHa.lwl.:1m.I 912 I Sr 1 .2fti.:_; ami cargo (,.r the port of S.W. Kransisco, willreceive RAISINS-100 whole, hf and qr boxes ;! ARTS TO DOMESTIC USES;' 1 F AEM.L.. the :kidnevs i tic sale by -
__ I proposals fr'in parlies desirous of engagi ; BUCKWHEAT kens new I-Vt !Iii J C 1\J N. _
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TflT.f4-.is, \\---1.-1 1. \ ; Is another series of Engravings now in preparation Potash.
iIi\/
'I- .' ;,; i ig, in it. Immediate appli .ilum I i I.. bo made to Ll\IONDS-201) pounds; ( and will be published during the year. LB.S just received and for sale! by Blank Books and Stationery.
VV. -. I' 'TEHEL. BUTrER-23: Goshsn '000
and Western
kegs ; COTTAGE FURNITURE.Having Nov 4
I'asrers. II F HELL.: EDGEIN, Journals, Day BOlk-, &.r.
FRANCIS KOPMAN. CHEESE 20 b\s L
English dairy
I ; intend
given so many Model.Cottages, we 50 Foolscap and
.''.1. *:<\\!irjrr.M 1 .A Vlaif-;) :Mnrtie; li/lv inti Al'dl lrhiu.l ,. J.\ .4, I 1. W. BRANDY 3 h(pipes I) Ot,It',], Depuv & Martel ; now to commence the publication of Cottage Congress Spring Water, Cotton reams Memorandum (Plc Paper;
.tt':4: .i. '$.:.1c: ld ali 4'I1 ....n..II11..- 1'.iintr LEMOXS boxes Sicily received, and for sale by ( ;
.1I4." J C 4 r. %il". MiK: Ctrqil'", Milluti Smith,' t.r.I":11l1l; i *, ) WIN'-20 di l superior Maderia; ar.i: i Sherry Furniture-a very necessary. dl'pt'l.d iye ti. a JUST 11 J. C. Ship and River Bills Lading;
; iLLEN.D'sental'y Boook for Letter Press.
)Ii-i r H.h '':01 v-. > Bill for 'Divorce.Susmnah Collage.RELIGION -
IVr tt"llIvr.llJlhwt'rG It I ALE-dozen pale: ; AND HISTORY. Bill ot Excharj.- and Checks
: Spenct'r, W F Allarsv j Cordial.DD. Bank ,
;'J 111f"r. r"MIE: Deff.idaMt; nut having plead answered, Candy Pickles, Sauces Olive Brandy Ch.. ncs and Oar superior Artists, Walters, Tucker, Pease WOODRUFF'S Dsentary Cord "I.l j->: Ju \ and for sale bv .

l. Pr "ani-r 1 nCl.IIII-'ti-. H/'gTs, MISsI 1 Ii(1P.rt : I or iV'iiiui'iei! tu coinj.l.iinant') $ bill. :ftcr 1 iliuuotce a full assortment.C. and Welch, are now engaged upon a s tlJf plates received and for sale by .. March 1 H. F. '
'. V' .1' \t'flhI4 f. r. P4VI.r.,. o.fth A. GRF.EX i Co. il'ustrative: of the-. two subjects. Dee ABELL
1 filing thereof given 9
: by publication, F ABELL.
P..r Mr iii-r l-.t.! II'II'1 Conner and ladv, Doc 2S :52: W.ltertrcet.. OUR MUSIC. I Sulphate guiirino. i
V. and the -aid bill of complaint and I the matters .
.%1 It.I1"r. I I. C LAPGEand frt-sh t and.
: AtirionIVrtfitmr StarCOLGATE'S :
Advances. Prepared expressly for us-rnr tly criminal l and A S\lpl'll rtt't'i\'ec.
t therein stated having been taken for coulessedagmis .
t ltllnr'hi.IJ.' ; W for >!k i v
",
: Harbor | s.nd defendant! motion of Solicitor sul! scti'iei.s' will make liberal cash ad- beautifully printed! has long commanded a d.-i-- best Pearl Starch for sale bv .
jJOTvlnr. .\Al'-A-uid .hh, MrL.iunJrr! : MrCar'awav. ; : on ) TIlE ._) Doc'J F SeU2J; J C ALLEN
J \\ 'off l 1111' "olnplill it is oidered that said cause be on consignments of' Cotton to theirs ded preference over that of an) other Magazine. I ABELL. -

IVrt "ain"*r Viola-:\\\'ilclI'. *ol 1 (f")r hearing at I the first Jay of I the. .next. term icrl'l s iI! Liverpool or New York. I It t i is a feature in The Hook. Lost, Scidlitz Po\v(lvrs. i

>. P.r "irimT Ivifiiulfi-Mitd \.,ry A IIar'Inai1) ot t th'u Court and that notice' of sue h hearing Dec 23 J DAY & Co.F THE LITERARY CHARACTER OF GO. O\ '\\-tnel.\ last, on Water street a ) THOSS > ,/Pf.wdi-Htfiat aie fresh,jm

\L'r ruu.I.IL.r.fllltll t t b.. givfii lo the defendant: by t the ;publication of a DEY'S LADY BOOK. ONFC I 1m'!' .AST-PIN .L\-e 'received and for sale by

.. IVr f N-.UIHT! Q-iuiry-:Miiilmcr;I and family, ropy of this order, onc.e a week for the space olthiee City Lots, With such writers as Miss Les-lie, Grace Greenwood finder will be lihoi ally rewardlll Ena'ne by r.- initial e \pri113, J C ALLEV.
ft{ f"lc'r.' U -ii-Ver; 11 J iXnis, C Swi-et, M 1 :; OI\ Lease sale 'for which W. G. Simms Mrs. T.
or
months prier to I the first day of t the next warrantee deeds Ellet S. Aitl.ur; same to \\ A. '';.'.Oi 'n
term, in the Commercial Advertiser, a will he given. Apply to Mrs E. Oakes Smith Mrs. J. C. Neal, II. T. Dt c. 2, 18 IS. ; Suiyi hlu"sCOfPOU
Per Thouia !
ft" Mr .nnlfrvanl } ncwspa- D
.uir IVyt'ina- ,
? family ot Wild Chtrr
Syrup just re-
Doc 28 H. G. GUYON. Tnckerrnan, II. W. Herbert &c., the author oft > _
Mr- ( .. published I: I in t the city of Apalachicola.A .
''11'.1. It. rf'Ttif ;f1! \ trrvnii?. .Mi.s.l. pel (011 Fens Gold Pen and JIT sale by
.'.ckliart. ('.bI!. I I. II'.. :Mai I Injiotoii1! W IJ 3 r'I'I" Copy; x M tLLKAi': tl.rI.! Loaf Snqu'. Ie Widow Bedott Professor Frost, Bryant, Long aid Ftb 17 UFABELL.Clilorofoiin .
Win II l'..!.1::1I1f1. (.ia.-kin Knuaut f, l'1f7 "raldlImhw.t ,' D''I'lIIllI'r 1 3, 1 IMfl.I 'I l!! -.1nSheriff's LHSSteam Refined fellow, Holmes-and a host of others-rau>t at- OF and. for sale most approved :t)It, just ., -- -
for ale
by
by
rceved.
take the lead in
\', HroxvnIVrMeainirSinrh ---- 9000 'ays literary merit.
II I KMI : ; Sale. Dec :a* D WOOD.. J C ALLEN. .
; TERMS: HT; XI ED riceived and
ju-t 'or
B.'irt'e of a wnt ot fieri i facia-. issued from For Sale. For Three Dollars we will send the Lady's SiuifI. W sale by pure

Receipts fforn. the Interior '!!- of. the Crcuit, Court for 'UK'' S of superior Bu'lor, of La- Book containing more reading than any other SCOTCH and Macaboy in bottles and blad Nov IS J C M.LFN.
P-rlfaui.T 1 A Miioif-25fi t> at's! cotton 'to A Franklin (county Western Circuit ol Florida 25 tham's Dairy." nonthly and the Lady's Dollar Newspaper published received and for sale by '

N lclell; ; Iff' ) to \\' Ar .P.C Kain 77 to ad l I..m directeJ wherein Hiram Nourse is Dec 2'3. NOURSE STONE Co.Iroii twice a month which contains: as much Feb 17 F ABELL. 1'he Ind ans' Elixir
t."I 'Ih..r.r'OII') ; ;; 2( ( .I".Wyllt.t: MeKfPzieI4n.ti plaintiff: and John B. Maurean and Louise Pci.i. of the I
reading as any $3 periodicals of the da- A CERTAIN rcmt-dy fur chill and fever, for
I Pfr .
i.tMI1Pr r- Y.H 'li.il -.i (-t'I iiit I I i lo \ J Perry bJtvis's I-aiii .
'l hI.i| .: 91 i., W-.ii'' c Uilln-i fil I \\\AV |I' l.-viii -if d.'fei.djnts; I have levied upon and uilloiler Nails, Steel, A'c. Tiaking three publications in one month, or il the Kilc. .L1.saleby _
: : f"r s.ile before the Court HOIHC door in the 'EONS' wteds, American and subscriber the sale by J Feu .
3
.t_ Kain; 46 lo \ \1cK..v. 3t C.; 31 'to .'li.ls A: 30 English prefers following-Splendid; engravings FOU .' J C ALLEM. .
l"h..v..r '. '..l I ." I. 'il.\ Apalachicola, on I the first f Monday iu Feb- Iron, assorted sizes:; to the Lady's Dollar Newspaper, (althoughwe : OV Dr. Woodreiir's- -- CorA
IVr tir.1t r. >oitihrru f 'i--331: ba!,s co'iton to ru uv n-xt, 1S49, within the legal hour, the fol. .30 dozen Brade's Hoes; would not advise it, as engravings cannot be Dyseiiiary -
Lcnaon
J141)01; &.n"'I"::.', ,In A :.Ici'tCCl; fJ luring propertytovit : Lot No 10, block F, 2U dozen Crown do; sent through the mail without being crushed 01 Syrup.I dial _
toSnix \V ('Itfi'tf-r:. 81 tu Wylie V McKfnzi-. ; "i-vniid rane, in the city of Apalachicola levied 1U dozen Shovels and Spades; creased) we will send the beautiful plate containing .! .RAY'S superior Lemon syrup,just rec i'.td FOF Diarrhoea, Dv"entary, Cholera M rbu ,
19 'It .,D" .,XJ.I; 6 .J.cldlJ1r1! Jnlln" 'the IOu assorted 'i lor sale by Infanttim, and suumicr complaint of
} njxiii; a- property of said defendants, and to kegs Nails sizes; the portraits of Harriet Newell, Fanny .
IVr "t'al,>!pr r.ot'"h -.:7a hairs Cull I to I' Lock- [Feb 17 H F ABELL. children for sale by
: ) loll be suid tu satisfy said WI it of fi.-ri facias. 500 lbs Cast and German Steel ; ['orre:ter. Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Ann II. Judson :
1 lurt .t \. ?: 173ioeUill.' I DawM.i vV Co 21 lo Feb 3 J. C. ALLEN.
AV 'ifKay' 'IIII iV <"o _.. JOHN LUCAS Sheriff. 20 doz Collin's Axes Geoigia and Kentucky and Mrs. E. B. Diyight and the plates of Christ IYe\v Publications _

-, 11 Vr- ,jMiiiT: Q'tatic'-12 I,.l'.s cott" n to Locklnu By B. LUCAS Deputy. pattern; Weeping over Jerusalem, The Opening of the 900 YOLla\E jut received, and for sale infusion .Jars. .
A: 1 our-c-r '.1 .\ N. Mcl\iy) C- 2 in W Apalachicola Dec. 29, 1S-1S. 2 boxes Cotton Cards ; Sepulchre Deliverance of St. Peter and The FEW Infusion Jars evtry family should

(-, Pont-r I & Co:; 2 do') 16 L--.S' tob.ic'co to H S llawIf I 4 do Coffee Mills; Rebuke. If preferred to the New spaper or plates Nov 4' H. F. A ELL.SOUlS. havE one-for s Ie by

I" . Sheriff'sWILL Sale. 10 kegs 5 and U inch Spikes ; for sale by we will send Miss Leslie's Novel Amelia, and April 13__J C ALLEN.-
Per Mfanicr \ 44j2.2: 2 1tlis cotion to W A sell nn the first.\fond.IV in February C. A. GREEN & Co. any three of Mrs. Grey's or Miss Pic'iuiin-t'i p ; .
A: PC Kim m ; III KI Hll; Jiw..nn .V Co 101 to { : Dec LARGE assortment of Toilet I>ry Goods.
; !next, at the usual hours of sale in front of the 28 53 Water street. Pillar novels. I A Soaps, ju>teceiied
J C Machy: 1(10() Ti, X J D.hloiG9 "r. Lockh.irt Market House, Apalachicola,that (beingthe usual :Boots ami Shoes For Five Dollars we will send two copies of : and lor sale !ly DRILLINGS, Tit-kin: Cotton Oonaturg,

MoICny"< Younc i; Co id;J'\; \1 13 Xo'-r-c: 'imV, Stone'hfevr A: Co; 35 to A N $place of holding Court for the county of Frank : SALE by the package by the Lady's Book, and a set of the plates to each De ". HF A ELL. Tweed.- ('&', Jean, Flannel.-, Blankets
FOR Shirtings, SheHiugs, ,
lin the undivided interest of S. Haw-
Benjamin subscriber. ClltJi
IVr stcnuirr l..ntllC'l-lO' bils cotton lo NT .I IVf 13 D B WOOD. [ Yeast and Soda Powders of the Calicoes De
!Sane
lois; 193 lo J C Machy; : 172 lo A N McKay k I Icy r.i and to lot 2, block DI fronting on Water For Ten Dollars we will send five copies of SEIDLITZ for sale by Gingham For vale s. Hosiery, &C

Cndto Loexhirt A Young, ; 10 to WyluAr! Mcvfii7.ie In.t, '>eing I ll-2'ithsnt said lot ; 11.", lots 2 and To Kent. the Lady's Book, and a copy to the person sending July 17 J. C by B. ELLISON &. CO
ALLEN.DL .
: 21 to Suns V c "h"f'v"r. .'\, buck -2C; also, lot 9 l, block I. lot 1, block 20; PART of the Fire-proof Store No. 21 Water the Club and a set of plates to each. '--- --.- Dee 9. Tor. Waier- aid vi M *,u
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-. !t',: firvinifr i.'i1.t't.-3ti. ( bil) *!>. < oiion to A N li.t 2. block 8 ; hits U and I 12, block III ; lots -I 1 I Enquire of D B WOOD. For. Twenty Dollars eleven copies (.f the Bonk '. AVood iu IPs AntibiHiousctablc Veg- Ci3er. -

McK-iy: A J Qo.Vf:; lo ., \ht"! A, McKmzie.; IS to and 17, 1 block I HI 1 1 together' with the impryve- Nov is and a set of Plates to each sutncribf, and a copy LiCe Pills, BIlLS Champatie, l fir :, ,' hr
hUe 1'\\1.\ 50
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I ; ( "; 2i !10 I rMl..ll! iV YtmilRj met.tthereon, or so much thereof as will satisfy SnufT. of the Book to the person sending the Club. sale by Dec 3J( B ELLISON Co.
IVr
j-i "amr Q'IIIU'-f(::3 !Ildlt'! FOR
P.Portet: to c.i I rnn11I!,. tl-.( fi. '.Is. herein referred t<>-the sjine b'eimr Snuff; in Bladder, for sale by. For One Dollar we will send the Lad. 's Book S J ALLEN. IlEflTINGS- ; -
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Co. ti to Jill) A: (>>: |II| 'u 'ltH A: SCOTCjI Shirting and Prints b> tfte
le\'iedon a- the property of Iellj; min S. Hawley 1. I 1'. ABELL 4 months and for 25 cents one No. Postageto S
yhrA-r; 21 lo A N McKiv !c Cu: 6 to I) Ii- Ua. any bale case, low for cash. by ,
IOn tti s.lli..ltwo fi. ( i,"uiiij out' II t the Circuit be all orders. I" ant
; 3d to Wyli .V MuKcnzie: 12 to II J Davis .IS. ( School Books paid on : 9lIing Tackel. B. ELLISON & CO. .
{)t'r. >'!',atp'r 1'tlulv-201: ) hals cotton to W A Court ot Franklin County-in one of said fi fas. alfby ; Address, L. A. GOn''\ A'JOOD: ortmcnt just received and for sale Dec ?. dr. Water and Chestnut sts.
& PC Kami-Kioto; ( ) it ill. D-ivv&.n & Co; 78 .u J Ce' ra & Camming, being plaintiffs and Benjamin FOR t J13 Chestnut street, Philada. ; ----
17 II F '
Maclay; 25lio) NJ.DcbJois. S hawley defendant, lor the principal sum of ABELL. With any newspaper giving the above a few } J C ALLEN Tanners' Oil,
Per M aiiK-T Irsiord-8I6 bal,s cotton to Lock- S527 J6, besides interest from 2'2d December Woodruff's. Worm Specific, insertions we will exchange. F ': ."I' by.

ban W & YoimR: 44 to A N McKav Ar Co: 131 to IS 15, and costs. In the other, Mils & Everett SAF1: and efficient remedy for worms, fur School Books. Ie,30 B. F.LLISON & Co.VOOI .
H Ktmbraugh "! ,Son, 9io Sims Y Cheer A Mustard. ARGE
t School Be oks
131 to 11111, UetOn[ -t Co; 7 to Wylie & McKen-; to the use of Charles Miles plaintiff, and Benjamin sale b'y .' I SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, in A received and asortrent for sale by just Wurcy Ac.

tl. S. Hawley defendant, !for the 1 principal! sum -Feb 3 J CALLEN A tin boxes, for sale by Dec 0 J. C. ALLEN. BARREL Cfve.rs. Paintfd Pails Tuba, FlruI

Per ftramr H 8 .Snrnh-312 bales coitoa to of $301 12, besides interest!\ from 22d December, Cologne and Bay Waters, ,\pnI27) II F ABELL.. "Icisuts, Tra\s\s. AxFieltes. Buckets,
Hrpr & Holmes: 296 lo J C .V(lcllI\": 232 to A N 1815 and ccwts. Property"pointed out by plain a large and well selected assortment -.p 0 Iel'cussiol Caps lfroo''i-*, A-c xc t- suit* l IJ.v

McKny Kit Si (;o't 162 toV A A; P C Kain; 123 to B tin Terms cash: WITH her Perfumery both French and.German 1S1OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHENIX FO? .I.. B. ELLISON t Co.

P i'osi box n Ac Co; 61 to I1iIItswoo. & Co e. JOHN. LUCAS Sheriff: embracing every variety of Extracts of the .LVJ. BITTERS j just received and for sale by >. f_. ._J ALLEN. Dec 9. ( Water.and Chestnut. sta.
fro ii
Paf-hjori Alhdny-221 hales; cotton : J3y B. LUCAS, Deputjr.January Nov 28 .
to Sirt* & CHeev**; 15 lo J H & J Hull. most pleasant flavor now in use, for sale bv H. F. ABELL. Druggist. Vermifuge. t mi11I:1c. .
2. 1819.consignee Nov IS J C ALLEN. rushes. I ; Canadian Vermifuge, for sale OZ. -
WINER'S by Sulp. Qui me, just received and fore
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Exports. of Goods maiked A. B., per T-: Boots and Shoes. HAIR, Hat Clothes TeethNail and Shaving I leb o I 1 ABELL.Storage )O sale by

HAVR E-Kr plnp.France-993 bale cotton, THE rk Edward from New York, till please JUST received! and now opening at Store No. :hcs. for sale by : April 27 I F ABELL.

cotton H()STON-Prr bdfk John Ifowet-9l7. bal!, make hilO ell known to Block- Feb24 ,. .H J. F ABELL. I IN Fire Proo1' store No. 21 Water st'-. et, by Shaving Boxes.A _

PKOVIUENCE-Per bark Lion1049'bales' WM. G. PORTER &. Co.jJn 2 cases fine Patent Leather Shoes Congress .Water.TUST Nov 2: D. B. WOOD'. L\ GE and cheap ot| (.J Shaving

:oItbn. 4, 18-19. 41 Water street. 2 do do Cloth Gaiters, patent leather received fresh; and for sale by .L-1_ just received and for s al le by Bxe5.
NEW heel and toe, J 8 Saddlery, &c.
OKLEANS-PerschrChipola-101 bales July II ) ABELL. DecO H F A
uotton. ; 21 boxes tobxcco. Notice.;; 2 cases fine Taylor Tyes, -t SADDLES of various paler and qualities, _. BELL
-- -- .r THE Copartnership heretofore existing tfndei 1 do Pegged"Boots, D JAY NES' celebrated.Family Medicines, and bits, The Protection Insurance Co. of

: II. It -- firm of J. D. ATKINS &Co, is this day 1 do White'Kid Slippers.i i'l.-t received, and :or sale by ". Saddle Bags, New .
: Taylor Jersey.
h6.MMlSSIdfl di sobefl by mutual consent. All persons indebted ALSO : 0-f J ALLEN. Martingales and 'Whips, for sale by lIE subscriber being appointed by the above

., No. 2i Water MERCHANT street ; to the late firm will please make paymentto A lot of Ifeady Made Clothing, low for Cash. Fresli Vest Powders,, WI'!. G. PORTER & Co. T Company their asent for this. city i U now

Dee 9. 48-om* Apatach'icola, the Undersigned, who ,will continue the Grocery Nov 25 JNO S. HUTCHINSON. JUST received, and for sale by Dec 30_._41 Water street. prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks ,.
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Fit. business on his own a'cotJnt..at No. 53 Water Bacort aiid Flour; 9 J C ALLKN.Coffee. Oil Cloths and Carpets.PCS May 11, 1S4STHQS.. L. MITCHEL.

l F. Fiai1oR. E. M "Cuib. street. HENRY YOUNGS. CASKS Bacon clear sides, 15 Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide;
% Dec
14 1S45. 10
-Pnrr r & Itt CtUlf; .- Apalachicola 25 bbls. St. Louis Flour very fine just re 200 SACKS KIO, landing and for sale by 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; Pies.DITCHETS >

COMMISSION I MKRCUA &TS; Insurance.rpHEjiibscribew .. ceived on consignment, and for sale by Nov 18 D ,B WOOD. 2 Stair celebrted Spanish Specific: for

fil Gravier slreet;.. Agent lor The Etna InL JNO. S. HUTCHINS 'N, Clothing. 10 Tufted Rugs. [Feb 24-] H } ABEEL..'
Df'C 29 Nov 25 No 2 Columbus Block. For sale by WM. G. PORTER& CO.
New Orleans. CO..I The Protection I sale Joy to the World. '
__ surance IISllrd' e FOR on consignment a large invoice of Dec 30 41 Water street.
Edward Co ,"and *' The HartfordInsunnceCo."of that t. For Sale. made clothing, by the package, by P RRY DAVIS'S Pain Killyr, just receive

OROCER DfcCulIy ford, Conn., are prepared to take Fire, Inland MAHOGANY Counting Hou!e Desks. Apply Nov IS D B WOOD. Lancets. and 'for sale,.wholesale and retail, by .

AND No.COMMISSION MERCHANT, and Marine Risks on as favorable terms as any 2' to B..s. HAWLEY, Lotion. Thumb Lancet jus; received S.'pt 2M THOS. E- GRAY, Agent. .
28 Water .tre t. .
Nay gnQd office. J DAY &. Co. N v 20 Columbus Block. / RANVILL'S SPRING.and -
._ Apalachicola Fa Lotion, just received, and for by .
Dec VS. 1848. Provisions. VJT sale by Feb 24 H F ABELL. Ilazor. .

Henry Youngs, and Pork for sale by Dec 9 J ALLEN. WADE &BUTCHAR'S and.r-ger ft. Son's -
WHOLESALE Notice. BEEP Panacea. Razors for
AND
RETAIL GROCER
25 D. B. WOOD
s- No. 53 Water street, SIX weeks after date, I will apply to the Hon. -- Chloride of Soda, S SVAII & HOUCK'S Panacea, just received Feb 21 I F PELL.

Dec 28 Apalachicola Fa.' of PEnb'ate.for Calhoun county, Flor- Advances JUS'I'received and for sale by and for sale by static
__ 2 dr Inc
ida, for letters of administration on the estate of undersigned will make liberal advances ( 9 J C ALLEN. .Feh 17 H F ABELL: > I'o'iii1him1 .

Georgia Osnatmrgs,. William G. Kelly, deceased, late of paid county. 'I THE Cotton consigned to hw friends in Liver Guitars.and violins, _Caps by the case low tur cash by A1 1KW Sand. Ik-xt-s.Hjdn .(ii.lt l-i m,t;:.:ri, I C rlc s,
Ftj't .1
'DR1eby. HENRY YOUNGS( ,' : MATILDA L. tELL : pool, Glasgow, Havre, Boston or New York. sale by > HATS .B. ELLISON &. CO. r t I. .>, Klrni] s, 't *,
..1.DcJ FOR Paper Clasps WeJgLb ,g.lor .Jc b fIS
53 Wtter etreet.t December 2QJ 848. 4S-6w I. Nov 18 DXB WOOD. 9 J C ALLE.'o. Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st. Nov : J CALLEN1e' > /

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; == : mailer whether the result rl inherent cause <>r Tax Collector's Sale*. I -i-i'V. -I ?irijai Xotiers.U ( II1LY IMI'08'i'.tN'1'1I'OItJt n.av not only be worthless, but dangtrmu! Allinfringement's
ol (the copyright are prosecuted
causes ;produced) by irre til trity. illness cr acer f T| > virtu.; of (t1i] ;-.luthonty in ma vested bv law, Child-BullS : altered ;
and chea' wilt only sell abridged or copies.
d ent. Nothing can be jaoir; surpn.-ii.g than ii J Jinvi'oratinsellect'OM -O I will to sale, bclore! the Court .ue
: the human frame. Per ( Door in t tlie ep.e of Mo 1aaalia Circuit Court. ./ ra I uabte Scientific \Vork, upon the Subject ThH 1 is the cnly original and tru\\crk-

City Apnlacliicola, un id.iytiie John %V. RnuiJi, Coinpl't, of Gestation (tnt! Child-Birth,, ly R ..MWJKlSSEUtOFF no other can be tienuine. Send by mail as abo>e;
sans all eakm-ss: a.iJ Liseudc: !tram: ltki; ; g n I t I I2th djv of .M.ircii, I *- lI, between (the hours ,
I 5. M. 1).,. late f Paris, it i the only sure to secure the work
at oict: b-'CuTnt : obu-t and lint of f energy tinder nUs 1 ten A. M. and four P. M. the following real J In Chanccr- i is way
Daniel Smith and Lucy Ann 'ist published in ,\\ \'oiJitby the Author. Thousand* (copies have been sent by mail with
j i ? > it nnm.diat! c H.ifcTacts tlif estate, situatpd in the City of Analachicol.t.:, {.i .- j

,. 2; II rvt'[. s ;u s*
i re c (-.t14e of H.invnness. It will not t be ex- ]DelatieKl, Trtijlfes of tIe Apalachicola Land PON reading' the foregoing"afliihvif, if is ordered mnti.-n u.ion n subject of the hi-jhc-st,, importance j jto "FRESH ARRIVAL OF

II ( !'t.it >!: us, in cae* rf 'so dt-liCdte a nature, to Company,) er-.1 much! (thereof a* will pay HIP! I that service of I the fore oin bill heperfoctfd Mari-H d 1 Persons or lh"se contemplating Mar- ; jjriasc. r ills, Medicines, Paints, Oils,

} iiiZ I C%.ii' )I t cortituMVs of curr-s performed but we Taxes |fri IS,1'! sfSfd tl.ereon. for the t'tIe on thu -fondants! in siiil iill meiitioncd I will he found of special value to I those j Dye..StIItrS Perfumery Ac

-* -, -vitesr -; k T a \ ass-ir tV vrHioteii that bundled- c.ves of !Fl.'Vida a'id Ihe County of Franklin, toother. by publication in t the Commercial Advertiser, Vi I.se means, health er other circumstances, do j THE undersigned, returns,his

ssliifjpj: !h \s Utvn ivi >r!<'il to l us. Thou-M.uJ-i of l IMSOSv ith the cost( tit advertisement arid sale, antI! rr some other newspaper published in the Western not t permit them to increase the numbir! of t their | .: to hi s friends and the public (for thanki their

'i"-t ; f.i > ,{i.' | b-'fit without mildreu after I Di-trict, f.ir the space of four months, re.pUf.tt ineolivefliefleP, siiffriiig, tr '
: ; *s>r--* ".J?- t3- of. ia\v I I which said; ieal >- t.ie! I is described as follow?, 1:1: nilc, without yrcat liberal patronage, and begs lo inform
(I ft* """* I jyvi 4VI. a Ic.v h.i!I U3 *4 l f this i.-jv.iii: ] *!)!nivcii'-iie: t ti.nv the .Map of sii.J City, viz : ring said dffendants to appear aNt answer s.iid: perhaps- risk of life. A method of avoiding these i is
that he now
receiving
b &SXSi j UI h"i hi s,.> i with ii h1.ilthV bill l, oth Twi p (that the si me hntaken pro consro. wit 1 recently (1zcovered J 1t an additional
I 10, cil-jisniR. j! Wharf Lots Xos 7, s, U-Jl/J fett each. t troubles and dangers at ( supply, which added: to his former
fe Juic
GEORGE S. HAWKINS &c.
( I To iiic'ri atitlTZarrioS i ailicp. : Lots (i and 7 in Block 17. I ,hy a celebrated French Phjsjrian) is fully communicated stock renders his assortment
. This 1.'ctr4ct' if 1 Sirsi > irila! lij btvn Lots -J 35 .1 April :2 ltl.., 15 >S. in this work, so that any person may Unusually large
<> %VI) Ir a iii Lfl'*' :i tjl !) ( A true copy' WM. VALUF.VU, Clk.rcliy andail complete- Gern.an and
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I priirH in reference to fonuit' c inv-laints. ?ufrin > Lois 70, 13, l-l.l.'i, hi, 17, IS, in Block F/2. T' himself <.f it at once, without purchasing 4 Drug. Cosmetic
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4! American
The mist extra..riYi.u-v: iti i 11 I ft.Wur'd j I Ifj-lifl ; ; Perfumery ; CIa,,
I : l wh l > she roirh-I I Lots C : __ __ instrument medicine, or other article, from !
> reason sn.p; Ki isap, 7, I 13, ] I, in Block Fl.I any Class &c-
Tim: Kvtnrt is ,i'it t ui; in'iuit i ;? til-i : it j is M\- and lrtigzists ware, &c., are < fiere?
in ig I thit rriti I4'1 l perio.1( /'<* turn of h/e/ ," \I Lot 3} in Work D-2. .it C3s:8iii?>crs, I the author.: The means ol prevention hcre set j Merchants
times ch"acr! pUMite I superior to Physicians, Country ar.d others
lo my sil 1f. It c'ires without sboul'i! npsli ct
venl.ilive. for any of (the numerous! and horrible Lots ',', 3, J 07, S, 1>. j in Block. th reach of all. The 1 process is new, sale, in- unadulteratt-d. warrant:
iir'.ffinin and
i'ciiitins, purlins; : or John 31. Cnrnochr.n Plaintiff
debilit! itin th Pitient-; dis.Mses to which fmle are tibjct! at this I lime Lots r, rf; 7, h iti, Block S. I r falliblp, convenient, simple, and cannot mjuro pure. H. F. :
? ? ABELL:
< of )lilo.I This ;period mil] be ililaynlfiirsrvtralytars Lots 1 to I lU.in I i Block 1'J.') vsorac t the health of t the mo-t .delicate. Nor dues it ,
The great b-auly' .ii superiority of this Susiiirillaover Ge K. Walker and Mary \VholesaleandRetaiI
by ?lsi.; ; f'lis wdicinr. Ni-r is it h-ss v.U- Lots 1 12, .*}, i f;, 7, S: 0, in, in Block 2 1, : curtail mnfrimonial i-rivilecps in the least.IIorniy DrnggJst,
all me-limes is i
iliat
] other while it { his wife, of th State of 45 Water s9eetApalaChiICO1t.rT.
lis i'l.-! > to-' 1i'e! who '-'.rhIi wonnnhf>od Lt IsI f 7 8 < 10 in'Block I ( ,3t.j41C1'Cd.
are 7lr -), >, tI, 2G. (
crjiicite* tua dia.i it inviir te.s fhe} b dy. It 1"l.1ri1i. James K. BettnfT ( Bill for account 21 15.D.Driss .
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of the brst Ja s j it i. r1,!l'til.Tl: .'.l t<) a<*i-t nitnrr? hy qnick 'iiinsjilie Lots; :31 ">, c,, 7, i jn Block 4-r The object ot this \wrk can he shown to I IC: ot -
one very and Ann his wifp, ol the f and
SPRIN'G AND SUMMB'l MSnK'IVKS: blood a.rt I i-ivi. jratini.: I the sy--tcin. I Indcrd, Lots ", .1 1 ."., G, 1 s, in Block IS.Lc.ts State; ol New -rk-ad;: partition. the highest utility, and sustaint-d by the soundest and iucilictues.I .

Ever k'lo.vn ; it not oilv p-iriS-vs Tie i w-i y I I'tf.m '1'iis i tn.nlirin.; m inral'nbl.1 fr .til 1 I Ihe cds.3i icale 1 to in, in Block .') J. Jane McMi-ters, ot the principles of [prudence, political iconorny and THE: snbscrib'fr has, and will

an4 stre-ixthfis th ? p -rs i. hit it ri'ei'I\ : >s j.i which W'''mpn nr.> subject." Lots J JJ.'i: i\\, 7, S, 9, 10.) in Block 32.Lot State: of Souf'i' Carolina: ;, | ,vfondants. rtue. It shows how a u1tvsii'iicaI tlt'ct f may constantly haveon hand,a cm rdtte-
I It brier* the whol' system, riPw p'rmaneit- 2 to l '..in Bbck.'fl.Lol : i. scientiliraliv ai.d without inj'u-y' to j ass rtment of DRUGS
two p'ire a 'tL ric'i! li'a-il : -\ n iw. r.p sssr- ij by j 2 '. JPONTafli.hirit pred-icrd( ( ; ;F and MEDI
iu) oli! r mi'IiM'1 i( A'l'Ii'ithis i i 1 It.s t i'n 2ftt:11: !\- fh n.i'ir.d! pru-r ies. by rein-wine; the impurii j ( : r,, 7s i tt>, i JO), in-iio.-k:{ I JsS. ( off tinint's J = o1iciIir thnt the constitution, which t II'USaIId.atttfl[ ? tonecomplish CINES, which he will warrant jure
!i s of tht t b.iiy, :iot st> far .'liinul.itnuj: as to j L'ls-2to( 50.111 Hi .ck JJ. j 1 by (the most unwise; and reprehensible ami of the lust
df pro-
bJ2rv t iNv 1 1 1 Mvil s t" -? I h i- s ;>r; riu"lwiti'ih ( ) ( Defending! moifJi-Tinif! in said Bill do I IIhe [ quality. tYunfrv
th>j ii-i i." y irtn tv thi t: :: )1,0 i A'i!:>< j-ii'nt relaxation) Inch is the case ofj Lois 1 lo '. in Block Ll. not t reside within I this Ciren t .1)111 within I theUnitf.l rn& .LflI. The object h by no means new (to I I the Merchants and Planters will find it

c1r4 it t l j '- 1 !: .: j.t ) I j :!I -i-t mHiMiios i liken for frin.il': weiktirss and L..JS 1 .">. 7. N t3 Jn Block !9. V orid. The me.ins will be cfemcd hy all sn- to their advantage lo call, examine and hi
Stales I II i i.s ordered t that notice of I Ihe price
were i'ii i '.-r 5 i i"i i'1.l li V.T" *: i''. 1tr i| dis-Ms i IJy: mi ::1 : a l ff.v b'tl''sof! I thi>- mi'diciii1' Also_Ail L-tiid IviihC on t li>p West idc of {heApihcjiiceh fu-tilislion? of :this suif ar.d the filing ot the e nt ilic, rmht-minded and sensible people as a Gor.ds, lii-'ere pnrrha.-inirc-lM'wfirrr. *

'of ,ii MV Hit! i ly ) .: Hi: : i l-.n-j tir. t i p -i i miny s v. fp and p-tiuful surgical operations: mny ii.iy, N.Tih arid \Wt of I lliuCjiy( ->f fApilafl'iir -.HMctil: d I B !!, h1 alteii i in, s >tILt newspaper pub disrr.v h ry in !rhyioinUy I f i ll.e hlsjlicst Co-.=etjuonce 1';. l>. Physician's prescriptions put up with
14 '1. h t prvf>!.t, l.iGrcuJ l. 1 1, t' ( he Wi>'rrn b 'Uiid.iriiN ofFranMin ( f" piiMf morals and har;>?>iress.L"vc : care and ucrmac at any hour rf tlic dacr
I lish"! i'! t fV Cirrui' f-ir the riuce of tour'IIII'i nigh
11)t) crises f Jhcrs tIt I e-mity; ; al.-i ., Vi.iCKiifss I>itrid. M.Il. t.. 'i"c sts1u ci J- C. ALLEN '
DualityI r :.ri'l 1 if" uoo-s: (l in proof (rf fhe ;appearance; ; ,
(;er.t ndmd: loi; Isl.i'ul, (exclusive and tht d-siro f.>r ur/imi between The ?I C .r. Centre ar.d Coanigrrp
: v.IiI tTitvt ;: : sts.
; ; : ? of sill notice in soiue: newspaper so published
is Jhe safest an-J :vM) cllcclual ijirdii'iv.e fir I hat ;portion of St. Ge< r. e'-* f:$nd; jug l.sland.-v.. I sexes, will be induid, talk of prudence as wmay. < -
1).-. r .vis irji -> trsi ii.-4il i rtva.y i; .J'L< tU" for t the t timp i inent bled, t fhe siid t defendants donof
w'l !1rn <.'st. mW\ R i-r-jtly. TtS >s, s ', i b.u'i', j' f p'irifvina I lie sym.! and reli''vini ( ho snfKrinzsj by. t the t I'. S. { \erimraO; ) ; al-o, all Lir.ds ]3E 3\ :'. T: ap'-par to s.ti,! bill by t fh
list tiir Tfl'ut"l! it fr rj;;: l..v t*. flt! cts <.f m','licii l- j{ a1t -i.l j.'iiJMOI rHld-birth eior d -(' 1vI'rtl. It stt *'thf, Bay of Apal ti'tiicitla aId! brIert: : sh all (1"l1 iftr twfnty days fron; the evpira'ion t a dcbn-cmenf of Ofii> s.-x, and the criminal' 1 WATCH AND CLOCK MAKIU.S : .
: s'.rru'hc.'is h th I tiie mofiirr an.I riiJ.! on St. "Geur v's Sound: and running( Da"l \\t, iheniMitli j' dol of the natural instinct J'ti.n
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; or i 'Ii4 1 j in ; prevents! of said : ewe vtry .
| ivti *n f-1 n fiTJ: yvrt's, or th.- : peri d of t f ur months, it is (furtlur or- ,- --:- J Secoru: S't r- Ralto-II"* |iuidin.!
1 *'"uu jtrl lfse.isi innva-ses a'id! enrichi". 1 theod} i: I (1*i N.-w Riu.-r, from thence inadiroc! Iinuto jri-riocr! and rnHt-rv of the mo-t t feartul < haiacter. ,
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siv _
v ? j ri I'll! tif I Jh > Mssi i4. a-i S J>r j'i Ut j d Ti-d, that thC same be taken as confessed! 4 -' fFailrar.rf: on Ch; -pfnnt6&E&SS&3 .
I't : ':irt1 l I'l.si' .'al r I'4 ; j'jf-1 t vII > !hve n 'd 1 il I think! it i< hid x'iis.i't!... i Ih" Chi11)1I| l i Cut-utr", ("H-Aviti!? the Ap-il i -i.I-I iin'l t lliurr-! %tie! ,tIt&L, shall! !I deny lo man, (a free a: t nt) < | )
pj si ( ti 1t1 V.iZ a:: A
;.nlissit'i i >, w ni u'ii i'i, fai i..' : I II is fiijhlv usful bt ih h'forc rid! tt .'r ci cla Rivervn\< to its nitt uth),, in lndiiiij F "irlie'iluid ,; GKO. S. HAWKINS. Judge; &c.CARIIACX the(l FIttlt (to marry and to regulate the instinct of-I; I PAI.ACHICOI.A, FA.N .
: B. \VatcIiw rfdc.!
: s railed t thevhol" eontainins I ) and
Lt.i itn '-it, is it j rpv >:its dtf'.4% ad fl ( ) ; >.iUL nature ? JiwcL-y rA
? ) d ;r 'n ti-c t iv .j : I f i2.V'. .t-ifl4 r & SPTtATT,
lo.v&r I :; i ihil i'iirt-i' in t''t ivpsio-, Pil.-j, (' irr>'S ot'third( quu'ty uf I.td: and Il) .tJ: f '2dijnalilv. I rocti ti'"d re j.d'.r.l. Orf"h( r :21 .
tint op.
t Ijtal IH- t- ', & KI '>li
<*4tiu lv r.*; }"e-t.! D.-sp-vjo'-Micy.! 1 lleirlbnrn, V.un- A True Copy.; WJL \ALTr.t.TT. Yonn/ Married; Peoplevh( : s,> fortune- are T;i't tye T II E NJE U Iiaaid
: i ili P'in i1Hic' and Loin ]*,\\-e\ Pains IIE:cJ. LUCAS, Tax \s w *
11;
Stri4itri N fir ari.'r fn nvrJi : < Dee .Y). oO-lm; Clerk.Burno establishi-d! will fir d in this work imsfttr t tt.
[ tiii't1I CiVii j H Miii r''njvid i'l' rcti'ilatini t ; :Jh1 scr ti-ms and' Collector for Franklin! ; Couiity. interest them deeply and information >l !-.' | .4lfan !

A it r.i* vs ,t iaslivijvti I i Ivizrfl- I !i cj'i jlJ/.i'1-i I ht' circil-; ; it !L:.ano e.-ual; : Tin* Attahchi'-'li! 0. tolt.-r 7, l l*. MS (VnZsosJwKl .- of hi iest!: value, \\hich f'i"y should not on aw nci I II IGo:3.

i rvit beitity nj t tliis tn .li.-ine j is, il ialway..- fife, Elis e count i :. Hti'idmls nt" MarntuPeople I .
t t ti.lun'x!i ;ii I r'i t' 1I ; Cc).. E'>r. :1er n'-riur ['I! F rItir r.f tht '' 'teLauro
n'ul th! < !nid-t (i-'li-.iT.' nap it Most suc'vs fully, i t.t : i in life have asur.I I tlie liii:
I lar ( io\v ndvanc. t
j' ; ) ; ,
sy-Ji i :fl. i i ?n a >-on"in\ + usul ever "r'l:
) lS17'g1)ijJtC1311 V.TV f'v cas a r.'jiiire nny otic-r! m'.tlicin! ins' I S"M1'! CHANDLERY. v<=. '> iili for Divorce. author that if they h.'id cs54ul sudi a treasure ar > mak.t .
tt
*! a little C.i-'tnr Oil, or M i '.:.ie-i is; u'nl.. : Moses Murphy S i in early life it would l-ive saved$ them more Mian ar agriedi1e ,
/\VfLLA I
;:? :t1 : stji 13 i'i 1 / .1(1 i I 1 IIe;;,p C. .r.'re of all izfi i ; .H-i is li-a".kfn! rhat anvtr
iinthf: n air, and IiLt' {tt o-sd with I li'isdi'iiKS 1V.L : aIi !i-avif that Pd"o-ps half the -uflenn.' aid doM=ivattoi they have since diseritnir.aiirg jub.
npvirin by ; Jlnrphy
c irt l. Ur. i'nh *, i' ,'t.: i u : i > i, Livrth rrIIr' jj-ie: V.'ormlir.", Miiline: Spur- IT | liidured. e 'rtve In l&-rl |> .ttrltage llirir
1i *t. C it 1" C'it.rr C z i, 1 will always ensure: a sjl'c! and easy (vj:5-: yar.n.l \.ikiini.: jK-ri;! C>i il l, P nil do. \Vliiilc do, Oii\r) del."id '; I in the bill afresid: ieide beyond I e Ut lir< c-sre* to |j4en.. lie will alwy.afprfnafioo

lii )f tfl.) L. '; P'lnU iJ do,, Lin--1; -I'., iJfiw!: dn. Boiled. do. Sjiir-: :IV- (Ihe limits of I Ihe Str.to of Florida : 11 in onlffnl, LTihapy V'v1. c- : ...---r.rial'j l t.t t>t Litjti'r, *, ar.d! / kcp j a
:v9L10c so the Lzi1.c.Tliri.4. II7IItiI! ( P I71t4, ;i s I'iUy \\ That[ aid defendant ,md I the said 1 l /ri".hi! "
i1 answer ti.-ii
f-el
4'I, N'i. ,t v i ) i r Pr 'ii! 'ipponr Unhappy Wivvs, wtu) I ti.-ut pliir i h-\.r: t.rI.1L, f H soir to tickle Ihe *
j) ,tt t iril : ii. I'ai-s in I I ', ., IL3.J .? t Ifli rail aparill >, j jp LctI, t 'i J. 'I '. \.IIc, (ieItr hr.I II I, bill \\itiin i thrc-e months, <-r I hat; the same belaktn condition I I ar.d health t totally i UIi' thm tobecomoI L Ilrjcciin.s* mc-f {isti'jioM p.'thrts rt of.
tii' inv rjlivd their 'Iia Enirit i I I 'flf.rin1 thy. ( 'hroni"y.( r.. sn. ; ard Ut fp ,.
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iria'dy grral ll'Multffar hitn and it i ii
> eonf'two furtherordered
pru aZaiiIt; I lie mothers of fT-Timr: d! xvho
!b. ;
: can 'jr.-l. a nurnernu? t ii> P l and 4ici.i. frc4i
ill I r. Jtf .
StIiitr. r; their i.
r
: .rnifi C ii n.fniku; .
'; :: *, &.". tec .nd h SVP ropivd our lulls I thai of t his order he
a coj.y publishedin : r..isoribv! lear I fh! '! ei"hu'ri' nl': Ci.iinefr-
Si11i : rr:1.: : I. i -I Pjteh < FIT ( ,
!! 'rtir'iine.; ( oal, } .IIL t a pa11TTr rcmn-rr !"tirx ( { f-x rn--
;and 'ir.-jl i r '.v'ii.-h roliu (to tie! cmnplii'ifs' ofw.ini i some in I the Western Circuit of 1 will Jerinir.rtle flu-ir exist.ce wilt hil he d ;.nii
\t9'-i newspaper ; ; { --
\Vv V-ir!;, \ 'riI! 2-t. 1 117. -. d' I'.tr d. crtib do. ( n t al;.u4ttntSt.fUIiIf ettm I'nlct-ilnrc JH
Dr. T v j* 1 1 _.) v. i'lv F-ii.-w |'j 1 y.-1-ar iriv3 >n, tI.1 for word-"Jhor men who put H;> i 1'ii.ilk. tttiti.g. l ti--ia I )'ick. Etr Florid.i. once a week consecutively for the space rovery of thy; r 'rtnin mer.f relict \viih nnboui(5ed :i thf circle .f tir tt t.Mhu.srwif. wnfli

4 *!*L :i . I t Ir if, 1 vi I i !fl:1i"1! h:txv. <5inpp Ihs fyre-M success of Dr.T Ii.i! ( ,t.l.n lf), (IC Uavcn- !; tt.'iiitt' .;, of three months. ; joy. L1 all s'.ieh ntortn.3te aisd) n-i- ; iiAer-4' tru pins g.tmia but >its. $ > > o(flj| ar- '

1 f ,. -s'v.'nl -. hi.l I '.v >! ->;i j V ':.jr .ip.trill't I I i-i i fvn;>l.'i.f-: < itti'iJ.-flt! t t"lin ( itn. nz.i l ..I Iuntirr.! ( otfr; ; d.I GEORGE; S. HAWKINS! happy wives lose i''. fine i i'i, oittiuitg! r Iki I'portaat ".- ; si. TrfFrrir >; ]***
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.i. .cs i act ix t ; r.r rt-"fs f
e t: <
rarr
: ;> vat (alt hinJ.
1 il-% !, (. ".)'n-iK'id.-'d! : ioiiv, t !t hOtIg1 lj r >viou<- do 'I'ack. 5hip '- Jr ira&h : Jw2': : of (he Western Circuit of Florida. tt
lul t* r ; % tnv.. ran 1 1v # At r rI } work I ii I \\iil I 1 he to tl>f-ra a j rci ins '* C--n or. coiiu' uJl."
Iv they did not A nuinVr: of I the! e :\lixt tires, .Taek Seri' :\.tictt''rt. ELin.Iik.s. ( -p rii I September _' ) I IS's.' y7.-3in : v. *
boon lit'- and ant-arh
I through aui,
lif I Iri 'l I I* ? -I'Uiti'i.I "* of hi i. l. lulli 'itv t ]* O.irs Block prevent ri.aay .I'Jh1:': u Jf>
Pill-*, &.i-., are i'ij'iri'i )"' 1" f.1' iale-, alheyar! irpvatedi irs, ,*, 8iiv.v.! .1 II) IIar.k iluiJ I -- NF>
it l ;, nl i .VH rr-i'lv-'r'stit.' .' } 11 i iv 1'uvl.an ease, and un l' riiiiin'l I !u. con>; iui! ii.".. P." : Jisuj, f) vk: Hijck.i". Cot! i r do, Drrk I i'i tr.rr?, E: Ciiet. premature de: th. ..Aheh ir( tL, lce. ;i. ; ..; ;. :5'

1 'li.l .t bt t eVi( -. t lIt*'**. I' ', (u-ilv us,>J y uriritl crfzi Ct !. ( <>in '.hi 1 rviijkiisr-Millos| 1 : ; Sirvingdo: Au .-. AMlMv -, Raphael J. :Ioss, Adin'r 3e"j :; istt'S; ; ;
S I!) rt ti-np I t fir : I vn >.'!" .- ti.tlThimhl'vUJox! 'd1.v3' ?, ( 'Iz:2nlesy Ac.
h Hooks
i a > -n is a w"icHnjs I Pdrtlo donis Scrofula Con Ar.lfT ,
non? .of t I the estate rf uniMfinn, lus.sotry; ,
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This rr-rlili-Mtc i
a1ri ; b *i 'vr ;Sijf i i *si ?. I a-n u >wLMrtt.i coi.clu-'ivrlv; proves fliit (thi S ( in do. < .4! >.! do, Bo) il 'i\ Fi-h o'<;, ( 5nI\iriS Disease : f f Jy: ih-rrilt-rs h.jv:.' < ;p hand f.r **tp'id \. -
: John L u-i-- deceased i of f I MIC I (cart and other -rnbir
rt>njd
Bill for Rtlief :-
irit.ariI1a ha< perf.rl c viirol over te!; most ob. I Inms M.ikii. !Iron- "I-trlmr : ; _!_ IAiF K'
Sj-ik >'r ? .
wil'i .411 ov.r the "*ity. f r.ii-i M !htb 1 ..J, <'s. ;p ?:* ,lints capable .ifl' thou,', ,
: tilia.? dinst'i of the ]flhii. Three ; H'T.PtiM'.- I '1CF'. -. Cc ok'Lt.! : .!!. < T'lri'i' vs. { &c. i of lrti Uie..awlt1iIku.ts
inl snv < e i i !h < i *!J n-*. V.*i e t i tvl1 in i.ghetr2t [pcr3ri \ ''Vin., Jarncs child alilicf Cr' seiit di'. I l.II.f -.
I Divrl ( : : Locke, Godwin fc rnativ wrthy people, who af ri.iune -
cured in h.vjst-i iri'rp"i.idtijJed. T-, ''uo'isf.fs.'SriilYeiii Saii | '
one: 'i'-.visc-
k : < ( 1 :r o't4 .\ (: !dL
I I'lriif-i! ii. ('Il
fir : r. !
; rn t > >s- rYn.tr ; : T 'i, i-.j-, lb .
;'e < !, s|Lb, Savins? do. I P.dms; I R'wsin L'' t ih'r, Cows, ct. al. J -. t time, are as c.i, ubK"f j e,.j' ii; s? tfwm.Jvesin :
o'. ii 'ijf cv i it, Paul;) do, h-wri-vH.iimners I ; Haicliot-. I 'Iti" TTPON re.idinz! Ihe bill of complaint filed i inJ the marriage; state a-i their n/.re rttmatcr' ( let Cstf-sJlnl.-s. IJfVrl-Siivirf.s, l.n .jitj -,
Dr. T oii.l D-ir Sir I hjv. t'l' ;-, ,. *
W ; .vn : plfto : SKirf f C Ihns
'1 { 'TsLL.. .I Cath! > .\i! hard!
4it. ft f.- II.n'
irn st. uifr.n A'l i'f. P! !ri"-, H-ti'sivjs! ( rirnhiets.j Ilsiri'l-'nv \ I this i cause: and i it t lu-in made I to by 1 low l.ittg. .Shl! such T-ersoiis: refrain fi on> ia.irrisije % ,
tTica.aii: : -n. v u tltat! thrf of :ny rhiliJ.-en hay Fil->-=. t l-it Tci:! du. Iron rMr'C ipbosmf I Loik=. appear :, this sl.uH nirs.j.Shntti-r HBIH n t5. !Hitd! ..St elisirf-! >,
aliidavil'Copsplainani'rf! Solicitor I Jm : o'i accuunt, i.r thry ad:;
ti it
Thisiso'ilv i 'i i i. of M.ir-1 1-1'-i vir t!: I < < : cur.-d of (the Scro'nla' hy the I use of \o'.irc\- Stor1; !1c>, ]]o(;!iS :'i'I! St.. !f Ilii.I .-.s. i'tilil?. LockefUvt'i( $? Cows, Asa frvo( ,, J. :D. Stud-' give birth to a u <.;>! ('!!-,.n tr.: de-Uued in.irrj ts> a IJV f'-.t'riffr. Scales, Fhsttirnifo, f". i. 'it ii: ,
v.fs 4 it f Wh' i-nitisn i ihii >r P i v is":.tTs Sirsit c.'JI 1eit inpli''inp. Tiy? wen alilicted vtrv < WoS.i.vs.! P.-iHir.: : I ilr'Kv.r--I J If.iii.l Lints Kirt %Varo. T-'Me Cr.Clety, Sb set aid
dird.avd( J "n I ). Albeit iV... L >ckd.>(o.d-t -utlirin or UM iI.-t fi: ? The( 3!. .Aer t ;
i eany >
vpf-'ly wii! l h rl orvhivp liken oalv f'.tit' bottles IVr-p ;r-i; !< Todc.. Fi-h d" 1 Il-irid 1 -4-
lc Ti .
r irilh his :-ir.Tf.e i u >-t s -.- M\ aJ| J -hr.ic : f Vf![ *. Ft'v f fro s &f.iLiK'MTHS' .
ants i in t thf bill I [fill 1 I d i I this! such serious ; -f;ous vvih bif tonud in the work
14 s irevjeV'> />i-licaf..l 'jy its c ; il 1 j'ik ih.Mu a-vay, for which I fed in> sclfuu.kr I ; i ii i d ', Bird t 1, Funnel--, I ; r thor;' : i ouse. r.-side lJ'; ''iriii L1U& : fl.f.t14! Anvils. !
virt'i. twrJi'iiry ; zr.il u'.iig itlflfly1.11. ( "t.tk /j.-... Pi'fh IJ. s, Loir Books. f-ri'o( (1 :. t IheliiiMl-( the :St.sto of! Florida' but within thfUnite' iitre rccoirifitui; '1. Ifrtiir-.i-rs Vuvs j Sfrf'f.-;

B-h-i-: P.-i.N; Tin War", O-cirry Car.-uf. jV I. 1 Stairs : If i is ordered, lint jMiblicalion he La'vE1y : grn-nj-J.stes, St ks aiti
rescJfullv
.1 jfl4 ( .i i n-ni *!, i n: of th- -iss'-fi it- 7 : 1)t. 't'tr. I+ &Ie. l'qs &e.
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mnn.1 Commercial Advert itir for t the ; M LFii't .tt1't (iv | l
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: ISIVC \\r. riJAINT 1W( vr..rM.! spaceof l advisby ::
I., t! L i itii' l-i n. t14..tctv.1( 14ei1 \ | ic'.n' :. '-.i. !hi e !9. l.-i 7 tii : Rc- k I:4. ..l Ar.eriiac' -c.ri. it,
lour rnor> >, i said il
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$ rct14 !/t. T" -i w-il; i i' .il ni-'t duly nvivinr.lvrs a' : I lo I h" a'd'; ai>|..>,tr !b iore this i C .iii t. ii n tin1 subjects. Eu'ly :M irrns toud ai! 'juesti I i flnD,1lf'.p, S. i ii

; ( $ t 4. If. i7.s'l fr rn P'rsici.ins I in i rliir-n-nt p.iilsof 1 Hie IJui: u.T'IIS T5I 1 ) (CTVIIK: : : Javi ;: i-s ; arid with I Boiifr Fff-r Rafir'-.arf. ?' ;'jke t?... Jfr. tr.h : e
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i'i1v f r r v ir< .viI: I : i -i niVl'M'i -'r. j to cpi-lifv; llj.t we, i ih"! tn Icr-i-rnvd I, t It, X.-rlh.-ii Fi'"ir, We-f. ri do; N j O St'Wt;:, aner, |;l.-ui I to f-r d.-nurto t said; bill I I filed i if ii tin's the) power ofrei !.* : .4 the) ,r. .(.r '.. .- Orn-an-n as.f S'tet>MK I Cat, tvrglish! llnt r ,

; I; P iysi'-i t-is of I the City .f Al'iiny, hav in ntrinru'isj : St. Ci.i? i\- (' ', p4iilo I.'ico do. Yoiinsr Uj' .on Te-j, cause, uthorwi'f( : t ll!>:it t I tl.e same he taken as Cot I- nndi known i'i tiiis work, -r.-iy be tret ly tLttrel a ( I.PLO' I.
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I Hyson il 1' "i do f fes-cd.! Il i.s further f-rdt urul D ube CnrtIct! f ,
-j ;pre "ri"f! Dr. t'ovii1'4: 'ari'ariII I 1'Cifll Sonchonzr! ), f o.-h n red, thai complainant into without f fir of. isirurrins? -io'sibilitus; : r>.
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1 I Vu I I -itli'; '"n -*. Ljri5.icrn, t i ilam.- Si-lff! t forward to each of defendants which '. '. Cn nrifJ<, Lt.rt'.it <, 'fr.sfe d' 0Sfir \ .' .
j I .aiJ i bH n'p if la t b_' on> of thv t valnjole Shoujfl"r ; i a copy; of t (the bill 1! c.in'Hit ; [. -
Ji i s *r' t li ttllV .i V 'ltii. I I4 I :ii' jiv-: :?'it! ,
i1WjiifkfV, .M < ,ir..! Piitiv Bt-ff j j1 ; filed herein CT5Ver veU ;ti.l S.ad; Wretfrn !Ito' .. fj.rit"i";
i ;par4io; :is in the inarlcM.n. 5sop !:iaoj2 ()T Jis I3 r2Sx.Ovir ,
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t jr t 'ti-i s ; nr i ti *-:= "i.-l I PM.SI.Pii: : M\ >f\t nSli.id| ; S-iimo Law ami fJr.V> li'f-;
d! ''t 1 ; P PULivrr, M. D. Ili'rrinir, -!. uvlarrl; T.'i ( ; GF.ORGK S_ HAWKINS, Jutl-n Populufi'iri d I li.- earth ned he n<. io-c'er' pi4 *
*- n r- J rii ii i ir v iri ti :i ;< =, 'mi Fi-h Toir: ::&>, ; capprL'heilcl.d. :DAfiffarsill': ;( d H.'ros'.rV-ff.
j \vJr4'I.. D.n. P.ppr} ; Si; -.=. Oit-; : Pc\vr S.JIIPC / \Vetern Circuit of Florida Th** eL1cn1at ions <-f Matthn and ; Pifr! ,
1r d t i t tht nIt b.11 ; "isvf* 'rr.
RorsJn.
1h. 1flt.: n. BJi--; ; *. M 7 i>. r-i-T"| I Pi-ki-s. Soap, St-irrh, Tohnpr:: Xsl.y: A 'ru f'-.py: -Atli'stVirxiAJi : tinwilJ( fears! of K I '',-it t .Dale O.ve-r, are alikfrendered C 'rtl Tar, Bright Yarnrsh, Ihi.d49tkP. -
r. T.; ELMEXCOKF. .'. I. D. Hn's'.d Pilot cS < ; VAM, :AI; Ch-rk. Ritis: Oar &rC.'ts"rNsnza
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IrI, % 'r.ifk'TVinjr.jr, }1.)inl} Frmfn, r.iss in I fiis i eli\\-t'vrrv ht re communicated
.1 .1 ; ( i 'ruxs.r.svr Ain3'! Ajjril I, 1 'J7.f Ban, Sdl: HH'I MI?. M-icironi, Verniric-lli. Aj-; ()c1'iti-r I P'l.l I '.. l-s. rrf--l -(I-O-lm to I thr> w.-r'-l.( '- ;i'i'-' Control .*f HO'n IZcth';. : v19! :' (T C. ii!.
row lilot, Uor <.) : Bi'ckwheai. ( fFI;. vers. .:ifrs P.J Enoc.Ss.r. .
a.?, .Mustard! iJic over his acrid.-ills \.l ; -
1flr e. ta1e of t'lorsjl: Snata&o in ? r vn ct, at 1 Is ;tst tis
:t 0 .vin: t to 111'1 re .1 .u.-e-s ansi iinrn'ise"dp: For ziL! I by U JiLI.l.- Y\ or.: C< ). hire established. lie k11e4 f rca !*. wi.-dcf [
i4 I 1r4 I I i1I t ii i ; 1! 4.1! i IC of I):. T'vis'ivl's;I >arsjijrlij: a number ofir.cnwh Dec U Cor. Vnt'r ITK! Clu--JuHt! rfTUS --. ismv.IN. such t. of exercisin-j r: TNWAitc-! full
a ctt! !! i : control, nine: who phe the ?'ibjtift a idn-1IrICUL's \
I' 1ii < i1! ; -v.-i 1 u \r5 > Tinf CIi\NCiRV.
i wfij l for n<*rly our Asrt>nts, have coni.iK'ncodmaking J ( : ( 4 r r- *:'i. .
ll vi-i. l t1ir i Iiiri'lr-i, ] tiT Grn'if considi'r.iti'Mi! can d'>uht.
< ojlyVK -)1 i wvJjivs Abigail )
irs-inrilla K\tructs r
1* r.T- iv.t.I 1 lr rn lic! Sn'h .\Vts4ofJikt' ot Yellow D >rk, &.c., Elixirs Thoy g-t4r.11ty Hitters. ( 1 Evtricts put- I Iit ,; F received, Willing miterial ol! d,t vs. J-JBill f T Divnrcc. S2oscsty of: t lac "roL.; 2. g-t.Ar.r.l'N &. ('fl.JcIt .

cm! ictcr. in s-riptio't: c ni'sfiu of lie( m?flic Pc'is, (< William' Grant. ) Q5: There is i no decc-ti; :>u or i 1 ------- --- ----
vp i the same: sIe! : I boitl.'s, and s' me of
O;,v-4 ', M "h., Q-t >!, lsi7. I Ih'Mn! havtf *.t ole ai1 l crnird our n1 ter -' nN.th'y 'j suporiar'" Dr. T 1 I 1) 1i-T I inj'Mi! vi ; i1 -rn. Br>k<< ; 1r.t' hi! '>!;s. [L.-.t' i drfcur'.tnt in 'L its t title iudU--'tfSj a ci-'oti5lc | } E
nv H 1 : tr ; fjr myvif. ,in only worthless imitations, and sliould I be ; rs. the hill I 1 filed in I Ihe above cuu-e, pnht-'ctktr, ro'I- ry.f -ke l.i' tr. rhf f < t f inN.rPiJL -
.- 1 vt i 1) 1ll'- .'t' Sir iiir.lli of y-nr A'ii-.il I Ilr. avcid.'tl. Jo'irua1-', &,".; Pe'i' iN, Pe'i-holdt rs, Paper-foil-! resides bt-yond fhe! I limits i of I the State of Florid.i, tattIng: itf.! 'rmri;! : ( orej; valtif tr> m
\ \I-Viir, of Kilriuzvi, : i try it for Jh: hVv. Prndjid OTi e. T21 FULTON" Street Sun er'; ji'vl { :'l.i-!; s ; Bills o'' L-idii ', bh'ikBillsH hut within (lie Ki.iUd St-itt-- : // isonlimf. That (people, or 1 t-!? ?. cois"ii'ifin! ; ; r.i'.rrla--, t-x- j (C iiI. iItt they !l..t. ; fO) biur4t 1 ttiy
,
r.iil I An* !J f r.f f tu 1 1it-IC i t Is first Huil.Hn-i. X. \'.; R-> idini & Co., S Siato sir.-! I, Exchue! DMV Receipts, blank; Manifest-s, .S.. : snid defend! .nit appear: and answer; I the* <.itd; hill pn-Jsed in pi.>in lanp'wn uhirl all can n i. r- j'sfaud and wvll-u-li'c-trd Stock of t.OOl>S. J, rf.! will t trold >
h ttl it > 1 t'-i 1 lI 1 1 j-i-l I Inks hh-k, blue and rod!, for file hv within I Ihree ( with !0'> uincess words in !IIYX co'-sl-fir
< eirt <> \vir-a a. v rvv -sr n ; !Dvutt fc So.-is, j j-2:{ North Second str-et I motiths, or (that I the snmc l be I lakeri sry put rrunlvto in patf a* f* li tv*. :
)t8 'r .1 tv. ''i I ( III i'I I .i I, P'jil vi l.: hi i; S !>. ri nre. Dt'tii-t. Uallim'.rtP. -: Septi J. < '. M T.ETLTST -:-. pro rnnj'eff ; and that a C"i>y if t this onh-r I bf swfll tl' tiftoher; of its fr.tgw. Thf whicsfory Cloths anrf Cussjf"'repvar t*.**"?.

I .v. re I vi'It t ; t;* I 1ir.b ip hI 11 Ii'11t I- \f. C-i'ic-1, Chirh'stoT/Wii_ !it < in the U'e>t-rn is i ; told, ari'l the rne'if-- of aToi-15V.ii: 4 the { !Pancv !I'rtnfs, do do.Aferiaca .

t t '1 b ttI., It tVt4 Ii ir.'t' l$ % I, ti i sret, X O.: !1'<>"> South Pivirl Direct, rrrMVi'd. per brig (j.-onri:,nif, frr.rn rc( .v Circuit of Florida for I them! I't of *ir-r>e tnor.tl.s.GKOiUlI 1. objects rf the wi rk fully aixl fairly i iver>, so Jl Lrsfre; do. Ffccrrd.

'jvn 'n'le'i ''ntt. t z n < 21 ii 1 1 Siv-i h.-fur! Allnnv ; a'id by :ttL! Iho prncipjl Dru i-tsail j York, White Lead %pore No and extra. O-! ] S HAWKINS..Incite the reader may avail Iiim"if of it at onrt-, without KilkW #Kn-itf U'fit.?

k t le \ .i\ .\ I liJvt'ut t InJ ben very \I-r'i! >-.
i"kivith lh'5 0'iilh a-il rovi-r. bit in broki.th .- \\resj f I-j| | :>s and 1 the Canm-i! blue. R-d R-.il Yellow Ot-hre, Chn.mo Yrli''v;I! September, I ISIS. 37DRAFTS -.'; i ether article, t fri-m t lie :arthnr t The rny-? r.fprelection .itH, SlFirie(!

':nvit'i' Q-ii' ia", a'i I I.VK l -t! i'j a %rv woika. For sale wholesale: ant] i\-ljit byH. and Ciiroinc (itcen i with '11 tne other vanities i : which it rg.r.rnr..nds.: may also be Fan.C:.-'.rru-re n ,Iedo.

.I do.do. .
Providence.
,
with the \ -i Cik'. 4 ?"iii .* :-tL'"ttitt t : it hail jury. D,'Iar
all
May C", 1 1S1 13 19-Iy Apabchicola. es. ns, f./r sale bv i( pllia nrul Baltimore >f> do.
on mv 'vife, -ihi* -\l .r 1 orjr.. i a f'.v b Ul": S:1:: 2.'I .1. C. bought ; and Piiyshsiis, Professors: nsstlCacrsrysssoai ?vfuiltr.s-I nub Pcr.k
Checks
ALLEN. New
Sight on Y !k sold -
<> by I
a-id it r&t'r'I I tIPr iii n f' v w f'cto run'ilcfehealth. rh y -. ?! S\r<-> Luce ar.i C'4pryi1
WM.
V 'ir Sir ;) iril!I t i isvith rit <1 >:i5t.? iii;::I- Jjf tcriher oiler for s-ile a larc and se a- : 1 G. PORTER & Co. In all parts of the r.Iirttrv have given ff.eir Uings, Li>!e, Ca' and Thread!
I ii di.II.ie iuii.r! to thtV -it \\t\\ AFKUr Ifydroslalic In I !: Fountain*, Pet Racks Agents Bink of Brun wic ;, !
ej'iillal if
!
I. !
i'ih1e ShawK Dama
stock of Dry Goods, consisting in 1 B'X.-S Doc .1') testimony stron! 'y i-i fivor of Ihe objects! ofhi : ;! ;
Paper Folder- -11 1 Water
think tint thNC> i-iivMiio-i will l be of ?, Stamps, Scaly street. "
yin rnu: usa; part of Paper work, ai.d the nature i'l{ the- dicocrv.Ve annex do. Aiarino.: -
%'ou are at liberty to IHJ it av>n "Vi.> c. V I- I T Clasps, Weights, &c. fr.r snl hy -
_,.___... A LI kti flt tl1I'2 Iii -I1C- ', \ov IS l .1 C Uii) 'i. CxSugjr. : a ftw tt f these mmendalion.s : (in. Plaid Wf o!
___ ALLEX. 5
\Vhite and ll.-d l-'lai. __ ___ NEW Hid Lace and
: nels J 15 do New (Orleans Suar ; YORK, S-jt.> 13 IS(19. Siiic GiovciTuskaii
: l. SWAIN. B U11 i'-ed. 1tu.1'UT.. {ill hb'-ScC-oix'! Dn. R. ?\L V'ilEJ5SVLJtOFF1)eir; Sir :1 should Gijuey IJor-.nets, latest fashion

Canker in the 3I nl'i. Super plain black :mi: fancy Casamerc*, 1 ) INS, Plain f roi-: single and donhlc) hat 1- 5 b\-- Stew ''it's i l./ alI have no question whatever; (that the means r C- Ilihlmrc* in all variitiesHrowu

Belo-.v is a-i ACM-I it nf ;.rmthjr child .y-t! S'iper English and French} Clothe, J. mers, Draw Knives, Augurs, An ucr Bits, HI I I I l's' crj-oUlid commendi'd in sour work <-n Child-Birth, would Shirt(uiir, 7-5, -I-I and 3T-I

Or. T vnj. I'!; mi urilU hi? sivod tfie livt>
ul th'iiHindi of chillran. The following two J) Lii1 tt t'J I U qr. jMarkmi (Juauos, i'ltrire( do. Saw S.t l Wood 10 bxs Aromatic Tobacco; reference to plivsjolo. ical !principlts alone, l btit I :::, C1( 1 and 8-4

certifiit.M arc 'U'Cte.l fri n a ijivat inm'jer receiwd :Mir i ille ri'iilf", .I, 10, 11 and 12 qr* Rules: Ad7r.sVrpti'lie SnvLocks, HooksrndSfjuUs :50Mnird; do.; have also t lh happiness to know I that it has stood 1 Irurain and Cotton Carpeting

this week. D ni-ns Ivtvnilins: and ('otloIJrovva Buf I s, Screws, I Hint's I Shutter Bolls t 20) Sperm Candles; 50 bxs 1)rovnSo the lest ol practical vxpt riaicnt. Carjet Hairs
t'
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N'ew Yor'.c, April: I 1,1SJ7. Shirting i and Sheeting, Brads, T.T'IS, Copper Wire, Aldlina: Ladles. 1 R.U: 1UO! his Shot ; 50 kegs Powder p; You jruly,. H. LK DOYEN, Hats I and Caps all sMcsJJoots

Dr. T-nvnn J : I U Mr Sir-0 M of tnv children! Cotton (Osnabnr *, Trps. A\"s, I Il.itchrts.) f'tuje'i* MillsSUdireHammers 1000 Ihs Lead ; ; Prt/ft-ssar of Midwifery, late of Paris. aii'dlShors

,a4 very ick with a C.ntor in the M' itiThritt a-rl Cotton t Drilling and Ticking, fsniih( Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &.c. &c 12UO kegs White Lead, No. 1 Extra and Pu re. Clothing all kinds. -

ittenJsI with reit dv ility. It came Linen and Cittoi t Check*, For sale by" B. ELLISON & Co. Tor sale by W.M. G. POUTER & CO. NEW YORK. August, ISIS.DR. ANo! a neat sorlment of JEWELRY, and

near dvin I obtain ivnv of your [ Irnh T.inpn, Shining t I and :SBleiched ioet i nz, DPC i 9.) Cor. Water and Che.-tnut 'l. Dec 30() .4 Water street. R. M. WKISSIMIOFF : The moral many other articles too numerous to mention.

metIiei ', and it ctird it directly, for which I (CoJton Shirting and Sheet inz, SA'I'DK I Iron, Scotch do, Weedint( i : and Garden I effect of.SUCh infrn3at ion asyo'irork contains, Call and exiimine for Ynurtlv&.s.sI. .

gnre. you I fel very cratfal.ELIZABBTH : lv :.jli i.i! French and American Prints, I : Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton and Wool Aromatic rttei s. I: believe to he djridtdly salutary. Theri ht of : i\T. SCO'IT & BROTHER,
Yiri, r.4P'IflI11Y, !-Atraiuo.'r; l.iin and BLAKE'S Aromatic Bitters just received man to control tin animal[ instincts Dec '3
1 willed Ginghams, Canls, Snndes and Shov Is l ('auldroii and Sii;.ar DR. : cannot I bequestioned. > Cor. Wafer and Centre sts.
FOWI.KIl! 27 D-sbro es-st. S'liier! Ca-hmPiv &FErose, Pans, Ploughs, fee. &.c. for sale hy for sale hy I think the work will be the meansof --- -

Fits Filsl Fits Kvtr.i 'ijX.'r M'l'lin dt3 Luinp, B ELLISON tr. Co. April 13 J C ALLEN.' doing much go7l. Iron, IV.'iiN, etc.

Dr. Tovv.wH. not luvin? tinted his Sir ipa- Ki; .. li-fi! S.-o cli and American dr,. Dec 0 rCor. '.Va-erand Chestnut: sts.BOUTb' Rev. B. F. CROWLEY. 9 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes ;

rilla in cweiof Fit;, of c
t d it, and wan s'ar.i id to receive tin* folla-.vn* Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, Shoes' and Unmans, hy thccase; 3 GROSS Scotch Snufl; in half bottles, just i received No. S Stanley Park, New York. 4 casks \Veedinj Hop, assorted qualities ;

from an iatelli: ent and respectable: Farmer in Super EIg1kti and Pongee! :Silk Hkl*, Shoes! antl Bu-'kins ; for tale by DR. WIswi.IIFF-Sir( : The yriripiples'of 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;

Westchester county : Knaili-shand Xmericau! Cotton Hkfs, Jvlen'.s" Boys" and! YuUh'sBro ans ; April 13: ___ __ J C ALLEN. Chemetry applird to the hints forresulatinij the 20 ." Enslish and American Vises f

Fordhtnrj, Au. 'nt 13, 1SF 1 7. Mailra-! and Verona: head Hkfs, JVIen's (inescwMBrogan?; Shtviis Boxes. procreative function-, as stated in your work on 20 Bellows;

Dr Townscnd : Dair Sir-I }hive a little girl Lidie Cotton IIo Suner Sit in. fine sewed Boots ; A (person that (lie object of that 10 Collins' Axes
publication
;ert i years of a j, who hn be -several VMM M.iriI1esVorstcd Vesting8; Russet just received and for sale hv could ; -
*
afflicted with Fits; we tried alnnst everything Cot ton and Flax Thread, IJrogans. For sale hy Dec 9 'II F BELL. he attained with the most perfect ease, certainty 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards ;

for her, but without success ; at last, although we Plain and fUM SAiand checked Muslins, B. ELLISON & CO., and safely. J. [L. SULLIVAN, 1 case Rowland' Cast Steel Mill Saws;

could find no recommendation in our circulars for Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, Dec I 0. Cor. Water and Chestnut ?ts. TZic Protect Ssisuraiscc Co. i of Professor of Chemistry, New University. 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by

case like here, \ve thought, as she wa.; in very XePtlIe<, Pins, Tape, &,c. 5cchieh New iii.y New Jcisey. WM. G. PORTER CO ,

delicate health* we would give her some of your have bec-n' "elected with great care in Goods. npIIE subscrib.-r beina; appointed by the above Copies of this work will IIP sent, in a close envelope Dec HO t 41 Water sttee.

Sarsaparilla and are very jjld we did, for it not New York and Bosion. from Importersand Agentsof I AUSTIN I &, LONG, successors (to J. Stevenson JL Company I their aent for this city, i is now: at single letter )postage, lo any part of (the Roots aiitiihiocs.
Min'if.ictnrers, at the lowest < are jusf opening at Ih old stand prepand to lake Fire and United States lor $1 sent / -
only restored her strength, but she has had no return market rates, and> corner Marine Risks. post paid to and Men's
of the Fits, to our great pleasure and s irprise. are now ollei cd at wholesale or etail on favorable l ol Wati'r and Chfstnut! streets, an entire new : iIi)' 11, ISIS. THOS. L. MITCIIEL. S DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF.( BOY'S' saw'd Russet Brogans ;
and
terms by \V.M. C.. PORTF.R stock 'it. DR GOODS, SHOES, HATS &c. JLPiRs. lox peg'd Kip Brogans ;
She is fast becoming rue&I and hearty, & Co. to ::2710, New York CityCnpvrght -. Gents fine Calf
for which we feel grateful. Dec. :30: IS 17. -11 Water street. which thfv invite the attention of the former secured. No I5ook eller allowed to Wm's Browns ; -

Yours, respectfully, customers of the old firm, and I the public. DITCHETTS celebrated Spanish! Specific, for sell this work. Publication, Office, 25S Broadway pea'd and* sew'd Shoes; Children's. do;
"* Apalaclncoh.Nov. 11, IMS. -13-dm. [Fch-31 II New York Super Ladjes Kid and Morocco Shoe
JOhN BUTLER, Jr. Letter Paper.tf I _] ABEEL._ City. Super Ladies' ;
coarse and fine Calf
Female Medicine.Dr. \ REAMS/ fine Letter Paper, just received WoloPERFORATED PIIHr. Joy Jo 1t ,y1i1i CAUTIOX Ifj3 A lane and extensiveassortmejit Boots.received

TowrhVend'y: Siraiparilla) is a sovereign and l\J April and 13 for sale by and Embossed Note Paper for /TERRY JL DA'VIS'S Pain Killer, just receive ed : Persons who. wish the Genuine Work.by and for sale by Wil. G PORTER, just& CO.

ipealy cure for Incipient Consumption, Birrennesj J C ALLEN. and for sale, wholesale and retail I, by Dr. Weisselhofi; with prisnte notes Dec 30
addj-d I his 41 Water street.
Pr.lp3uiUteri .'or Falling of the Womb, Dec 0 J C ALLEN Sept 23 THOS. E. GRAY, Agent. own hand, can obtain it only by sending directly by Ifciiry's Magnesia

Co5tivene, Pile, fcmsorrhoji! 4F Whifcs, ob0tructeT WistnrN awl Swuyiie's alsasi ii I'crinswery/ to him, as he err.plojs no Jl enti tchattver :
Sr difficult' Men LARGE never the
work ;
Cherry of at wholesale
assortment Extracts
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of Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof, and TUST received and for sale by A &c. &c. for sale by Cologne, WADE? & BUTCHAR'S and Rodgers & So rs hook Jl cnt, Pedlar, Postmaster or therefore Bookseller no' DULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's' ar4 BailevVcorn--

fir tht general proilritioa ofhe system- no J Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN. DecO J C ALLEN FchSJ Razors for sale by can possibly furnish the genuine vork. Beware j) pound fluid extract of Sarsaparilla, justrc-

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: EVERY ThURSDAY HIT VALUABLE. PREMIUMS I TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS -. Periodical America.. I UNITED STATES '

J. L. W IT JIT AN. JEfllUAIL DAY. DAfIEL.J.. DAY.J. \!\ '- fi./.Il1 -- I Wholesale .. -

Day &Co., Subscribe early while the terms arc'loto!! :. 5 t.):. .'',.r"IJt/ ,:: ,x 1 .'.i'_;.$ GOD E Y'S LADY'S K O O K I _Clothing-_Warehouse- ,

O1i Third Story Biltzell's: Building, corner of COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i ? '. /-r: "- For LEWIS
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+ % 1819. HANFORD
No. 52 I "''''. '-o.e ,.. ;.., ,
Commerce and Chestnut streets.TLTIMS Water street, RE-PUBLICATION OF '' ".- .\ ,? :
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Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa. THE LONDON QUARTERLY ,. '"i: z'Pc ": )'.5."t, .: -.r Dedicated to the Ladies of the United States. Nos..2i2 & 256 Pearl Street,
REVIEW ,
ft3- Agents for LLOYDS, ; also, Agents for the THE! 't..I.j\'t,.... A 1t:1t: ...r' 'I'1' I. '.1 ,- Edited SARAH (Between Fulton-st and '
by J.
.Three Dollars "/Etna Insurance Coo the "Protection Insurance EDINBURGH! REVIEW, '..: -\. n.ol,.,. ,,.;i..r".-,.... .1r.\ HALE, Burling Slip,)
Sjj3<('RiPTnv per annum, THE NORTH "-\I ; GRACE .''E'U" .
I GREEN WOOD
Co. and the "Hartord Insurance Co." Hartford BRITISH REVIEW, 11-r -. \ : YORX
if paid in alvMice or S3 W if pid within six THE .Jt't,1"y .
Conn. WESTMINSTER REVIEW '-', and L. A. GODEY.A HAVE 0:.' 2IAXD THE w
.Wr"J..too- L.\R3EST A!BORTJUKJ
thereafter. T Or
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moatln. or $1 >
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Vo :U'f3 riitirtlt% tiken: for a Ie* term than :IX.nf':11h Charles Rogers Eugene W. Rogers. ANDELcYCKWOOD'S -"tri, J.aOr \ "';'k- '.' to by MISS E. LESLIE, who contributes CLOThING ,.I

!n-aad 32 will! iinMrMbly be charged for Chas. Ioei'* & Co. EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.The ,. '' N. INT'gUNITED
t'ut ii-ri* IXi\J IH '"r will !|? dt4tflhiIId. unlit COMMISSION MERCHANTS WILLIAM 1). MOSF.LEY P. WILLIS' Original Scriptural Poetry. .,

all irr.Mratjesar.' piU: IJnltat the option: of the Water above Periodicals are repnnfcd in New j (IOC(1'IWf'J V ) f'Twiffa.yiIE T. S. ARTHUR, who contributes to every N i., STATES. -
street
lJ TVpTjtT.A ) Dec i n York immediately on their arrival In' I the British I \ EAS; illustrative of Croome's Sketches of American Adapted to the Southern an>l SouthtcciternMiX- .
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Apnlarhicila ." The Sla'e ol 1 Fiori-h '
IiVtn rz1t';'r*.-One!square, (twelve !lino? (leJmrrin a bcanlifu! clear typon {fine white 1 ol Hie General by .m Act Character.We i ket9H!

''r lo,0 will !h. in..rted at the rate of One Dollar N. J. &>COOii. !; paper! and are faithful r.onieo') c.f the ori:!nJlI GUt, ;SJb, ntitJt'd{! I'Aescrnbjy, ppro\ed"January intend-merely fogive a notice of cur: i inten I -

for Ihf first, .i.U. Fifty Cel.*for every subsequent COMMISSIONND FORWARDING j BijAcitTCGco's MAGAZIIVK being an exact fac- tl't 'lyjiindary' helwer, An Act to define and) settle I ions for next jcar. leaving. others Ions ;advertfoctiicr.tF -. II I fn the article of
:the
j imer'ion. .' simile of I flip Edinburgh edition. i State ofFhnd.iand.iabama -" full of s'um1 and fury : j:
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MERCHANT /. signifying
l.at Ii ratified Snll .5.'S
To th ) eyil..) advertise bv th" >var a liberal No. -11 1 Water-street j. Tliey embrace 'the views of the three great melt made and conliirrcd t the stree- nothing." AND nn \WEllS,
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dneoinf w:'ll) be raiJp ; but dll i:Ircvf ti i emerH not D.c2 Apalachicola, parties in Emland-Tory; Whi.r, and Radical.. oj' the said between States: in the respective( CornnTi:;i ioners Agreeably the practice ofl hst j'ear,the pub- \Ve keep an endless variety. :"


a< all lf.pl adverfi<"meil* 'J'lt in by them, will A.: N. MclvAY._ : N C. Rounixg. CHAS. PKATT. I Tory; the Edinburgh J*\"iew Wln< ; ;111111 the Commissioners,;,tin.bath said been agicement by the said he drrs in January.: This i is a novel 'feature in OIL CLOTHING

bldurr..riit! the u'ul rat ; I I1I1..pl A. ft "Westminster Review" RadicaL The North Alabama, the ratified bv the Sla'e! of Maira/.iw.publi-'liinE During the whole ol last

XJ-: \ 1 3: lreruenn! ; snu COMMISS Secretary of Ihe Sfjlf I
ad v jure.j OX MERCHANTS having bern originally cditrd by Dr. Chalmers Now of Florida} : matter than.any of his contemporaries, and will COVERED HATS

:]. Ve D r fJ..rivH1: b: chirgeJ for aanwr.cjn : No. -1U Wa I er.trt'd, and n.m' since IIM death being! coudncfo'l by his Governor TiiKnflFonE of 'the Stale, I.of WILLIAM: D MOSZ-LM-] : coi.tinne 10 do Sn n'xt'ar. Those who>ub
:? 1'11d!i 1 it--'* J'"' "Hi'-t'l i Par ]:: Amhrhifoh. Fa. son-in-law}Ilrcwster.; Its Dr. Hanna, oriated with Sir David I and. _bv virtue of the t third Floiida'ctiOIJ in of !HIP.Art puHtjance:_ it.,.I I thl''lo... GODEY'S I..., nr."._"LADY'S fl, f 'M'BOOK,.nlt, _may_. _.._do .so under. Plait! nl PashionnUp'y.Jj..--- -.-...,.. I'Ir.I .,111.,1a(0. .. ...,. .
J-:: .\::111 1 'I.rti4fl'' >t frm 'li'U'Hv1 m'KtS literary character is i of the( verv the (,en'rJ .n I. H"'U" "Ull 'Ut. HilI rCl'Cl\'C rr.or lor
Jt20. ;. : ZtcIiZsaa Assembly of fhi &
afi-rrsaid their HAN
highe&t orJer. do in the FORD.
;; money alone
I' IM I' I -vilh thecasli, or ctj:t ofl-rence, I the Magazine than by subscribing .
proclaim J
t line
i.r1Pr., AUCTION A N'D COM MISSION"( .MERCIIA NT PRICES JTI'( (d I upon) by 1 he Commiicneis ?- to sny other work. To thi" added No'. _'-'x. & 250 Peurl s-t.
.f i jire ton iSIS, (iFsunscninnn FOR EARLY.) > ali're"aid, and d fined H Dec. 2S, IS IS. .
,. ,-- --j- .-,---1.3riitri .-....-- 1';0. 2 Columbn* Block, For ) by ,the said! Act, and inchdod in"thp same $3? the LADY'S DOL -|. Jm .
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:; Dfcrctovn.21LS11S : Apalachicola, Fa. Tor any two, do. .0 between the sates afou-s.-id, mid that it shall br im.nth: nearly, if not contains in one HpHE! Subscribers have on hand! and; viler for
quite as much reading i
.:. .---- -::- :- -: : : -. -=:--:.- '(?: Advatiresnr.ade on all con i!nment-j if requr.d For any three, do. 1 lipnre'i.rth: deemed and t taken hall!I t tLc authori ter as the other monthlies for mat- sale on liberal tcrns- ,
For all four tie and making $?.1, the SUGAR-ID hds! and ;) b'jfe N. 0
of I the Revjews. of this Orleans -
people ilia
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ilr,1I. G. i..):': :' .' ct). N --- -- -- Fur Blackwood's lasazine :1" bourid-.r: I I lire i bet\\POlI t the States cf Florid and TJIKUK Wlolo1eStJ rt':04I03f; -.

;: J J.nus: A\n COMMISSION"JlJM'JliAXT ; D. t. WOOD, For Blarkwond and 3 Reviews, 9 Alribam.i! ; to wit : The line rorr.meiK'iPi) ; 01 ;the Hook:: ARE for the VECULiARiTirs ladies that about Gtdey's Lady's -, FLOUR-loo bbls superfine' St Louii and Ohio; .
: other "
COMMISSIONIE1C1IANT J For nIackwood and the .J 1 Reviews ChaftahoneheeRivf'r no Magazine COFFEE- >U sacks Rio aid Maracaibo
10,00 near a pLzc-e known a: Irvin pos escs. Therein a Mezzotint and Line Engraving ;
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X.J. 41 U'attff MOLASSES
strft t, 21 W Jlcr.'t. Payments to be made in all s l\ljIJ, and runningVc; l to t the IVnliuo in bbls new crop[ ;
each
cases in odcance number both the bet
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artists.( :
r1 35 \I'u WHISKEY
? : : : ; chic1*! *. F. marked throughout i -:0 bbls and! halt bbN
b
?VT by I axes othe 'frees and In addition to these ;
HIS Arnl.ichicola.)) Fa. PREMIUMS there are given monthly I ItJt LARD-5 bbls and ,
.;. 1'. XJ-K- II i B. :'ttie, 11V.. nftJu:, also_ by mound. of earth. 'llirown. upon HIP line, nfPI ..-. ..n" u."tl->.,- --.. .;. -=. r_L. _' 'T 10 keg ;
1: 'I..nui1 \ SOAP
1'11 H. ; I'aSII- &0 boxes vc'l1oalld
XaHrsi1, : tIHtC tV Co., Oi JU:TI\ \\'aj. H. LONG. Con-istin of back volumes of the following ll1nces' one mile, inrreor Jc-s, Iron each ion Plate with a full rles ription. This feature STARCH pale, white;
10 boxes
C 0 M Al I < i '., .> :M i Ene: H A X T S, .UGti;; & I.origr, valuable work.-, v iJJentlpv's i/: : other: ", and commonly known n.s the "Mound is peculhr to Godey as no ether'work has them PORK-20 bIds Cols-ate'and ;

\.). J.* \Vaw: street, COMMISSIoN; ) :MERCHANTS I Mi*cPl1anv. Litip, or Ellirntr Lineand) by I IlKse names every month and colored. Then there are Caps, BEEF-eabbh! mess ['r rr.E' ; ,
D-U A Ml.ichirola.! Fl.t, The Metropolitan\ ilzine.Till' distin!<:ni htl f from anotljer I line alw.ve, ir- JJor.ucts, Chemisettes prime; i
iirduing i Equestrianism f
? ; "r Iidios TOBACCO
'-------- -- _. "---- No.l.j '\ afertl'C'd.Xo Dublin Uni'er"ityIaazine.. re<*udily| at 'li1; rent di 'IS..., .. ,. .1,... ..,: : "I ; ,' '11 Black wood's and t hf.lf mile f ( th ex' "; erie Engravings. The Ladies Work Ta BACON-5 casks sides and fau.9 ;
u :10 ; } .&.t"lr. Ap.d.icliiroh, Fa. Magazine. ) :m M in d Line, and ble, with (df-iifp.s i : for knitting, netting, crotchet, \MACCARONI ;
: 0 V.! 51 i i < I d ,> .tl1i 1 i'1)1t'A1.DING { iUUiti The London the Edi>'bursh, iiie Foreign rnarhrd by hl.tzc only and known as the "' Upper and! all ether kinds of work. Patterns' for VERMICELLIdo boxes Italiaa; ,

jmuciiA; 1 x rs I itU nnd AucfiosiL'UFAULA Roonl, Quarterly, and W'Etmil'r: Reviews.: Line," or CJHi"e' Line." Smoking Caps, Chair Covers, Window Curtains' :, do; .
CRANBERRIES' '
iVo.I: W.l1t'r..t r' et, ALABAMA, Anyone nbsciibin j to Blackwodd' or jo ona III testimony u hereof. I l.nve: hereuntoset D'OjleyV, Purses, Bags .c., .c. Heaitli and DOIESTJCShat.' uar Lt'r bbs ; J
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jwii .V. .) iU'hir\lut Fla BT of t the Reviews, at $3 a-year, or to any two of my hand and caucd Hll' great seal Hcanly, with Enp-avin sModel Cqtta es, with OSNAUURGS sheeting and snirtings;
the Periodical at %5, will receive, i[:SEAL.] of ,the state to be aliix .!. b iles Lowell and Georgia;
gratis,
jflt;';>.. I' Sc .:folUt'', .1. B. 5'I -'iltR & Co. volume ope Donc'at- ground pl.tns, and! other engravingsj; alwajs illustrative GL '\SS-2u l!ss -ir.rtC4} sizes
o! any of the premiums above IHlI11 d. t line Capitol', i in t Jl.o ol Tallahassee 1 of i ;
city something useful. Music
COM Ali
doi O N MtCLIAXTS: : beautifully I\ISI-S--JIJ" '
W \vlce! hf
< IMVJ'I; revived a lull of the! A snb-crih to thrr-e Ihis2.:th dav and qr boxes
SLC of ;
1101'_ patro- any H.-o Ptriodieal-( at : "fO.tb'rA t D., I".15. printed; on tinted p'per, which may be taken out BUCKWHEAT
Jt nrt.fill; ft" nt are iVmn I 111* Mi-rohants) of Apala; "tiicoia lalM 87; a-je-.r, or to the Knur Reviews at tS, will receivi W. D. MOSELEY, Governor. and bound.-Cr.lred Modern Cottager and Colored ALMONDS kens new; I
-ii. ivill f:1 1 t lIa'kfIl1Ii'l'' the: in line two \ulumt" A. E. MAXWELL f -guO: pound: I
17.\ \\DTCXL i fNr?:):>A.ViE(: : COMPANY, (,: !hujtj, i aine our premium psabo '. Secretary cf State. Flower Pieces occasionally. These are all extra nLTTEn:1''' r.to. ..,,,*. n.. .,___ H
-!' t Is e C'unii wi'llcr. A subscriber November ----- -- U"u
:!: to Bl iclvwo d and Lr..e Reviews 11, 1619.GT -0- \Olt'rll i .
(('I\ and be
rrtfe Cilif.V lr Iey to found in other :
ro CHEESE
p 'I' iVlagazme. bxs
Nt, it: t\ ..itcrO. ,1 r ct, -KiriMh.!'-.. -Al.i..-Nov- .-14. 1 ISIS.% 45-tf at $9 a-year' or to. t the Four nl'il'311I1 Black- -: *--All- .papers-, .- _in_ theSate__ __:.. vill publish timE':: 111I I ., sc were all given last year, and will be con. BRANDY-:-JO hf pipes Er.gli Otard : nCauta Amrtzon woo i, at $jLU, will receive three premium vol -u----- -- t addition Marlel ;
12 .\'iljcii5frtlr.. Fa. :aiic3 Commission umes. 1 v/enty Dln :I'S Kcv.ar'd.I1AXAWAY we shall have: in every No., LEltOXSboxE's Sicily; .
of
V. T. \\'Ifn. J li. R. BU.r.ot1. House, OC?" Please bepcrtfcnlar in limning tie prc- from the nnder-'i 'ied on one"CROOME'S SKETCHES OF AMERICAN. : ALE WINES 20 loz superior Mndcria. and Sherry; .

trda.l :;.; 3 11f::, BY miwiis desinJ and the ii-orl:* fu'"tn'tbtil Jvr.CLUBBING. .x (the 17th Novembf-i: last, Hie I! Je.Ji'iw)! ;: decritd CHARACTERISTICS, Pickles-ilozenpale Saucrs; 1
.,U' 1 '1M1SS1O v' E). S ( .- ICejL'ro M.m Olfves, P.randy Cherries and
\ M i r.iir HANTS, U.\NFOI1PII. t.an.e'l; Cd\Id..L:. A mf'sf t amusing series, now first given (o the C?n'JJ, a full: assortment.C. .
llr,.' \.* Hr .i.r5ir.--t.-JT st..ir, Four of --He i i5 feet t G( or 7 incht-s high, 2. American These
Than''rnl ir t tie! pilp-na i '1 hitherto I t received copies any or all of the :bove works Tears public. will be illustrated in .
J., J..t \11.1 .c.i.11t. ... I rirl lhn MerchaiiN! of .A :.lelliCola. he, would will he sent: to ono adJi's on pnMpppt cf the old, and weighs 1-10 or l" 'ou ; OIII? or ('If feet Is every No by a Story from the powerful pen of T. Dec 23 A.. GREEX 52 Water& Co.

-\a.\A .\''I.Hf'T lc{;J.1'-iti1;. rt..rflully .,!jell a r(nitniianrc I of their t. vors.rl1.u14 rp nlar subscription for three-thuitiirth; copy; out !.H.loin, front. I will give the ab',ve rrv/ard S A'rt'inr. Esq. street.

C'\r 'Hc .n c i.H.it; :( Ala., Oct. 27, IS IS. 42-3 being :ratis. for 1IIs ,livery to rnp, or $JIJ 1 I if copfir.td l I can: THE CHANGES OF FASHION," Iron, Rails, 'Steel &c.. t

ca ii; irt-s:i j j ." ..i I u :ic Ji A NTS I, ..--..--. .-- .-r.. -P--' : J-: .;"V7 pirmiiitns fl.1/ be !*;'-n rrrt'rc the. get him: and: pay all reasonaljle: expfns.! Tllu--fretort by FJT IttIIfl, Eq ''i'hb seriej* 3fTONS; Sweed f*,. Arneriojii arid_ English

.*r t.l. .Vjk' 'r SI r't'f ]) OrMiiohIit u. )tiUinraner //, in 1-\'Enr-TT.i I will he very interostir to the ladies. :Tfrd stzelj. .- _

,...,t. t, ISI7.f ,,'Ai .chiob, F'1. :i 1OtitC! t in a'iy f'1!,< furnished, i'nlr! : f tir! > pnbeription ___M.1'j:1nnt...: _Der. in' ISQ.| 4tt{f / .. TU:: .APPLICABILITY O{' THE FINE! :'JO dozen Brads Tines;
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-, -----.-. h. ___ ___.__ __ __ __ < ( is p'aidiil! fujt! illl.?l' pub: him.l lout \\\- 1= ARTS TO DOMESTIC USES/* 2J( dozen Crown c5!" ;
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> :- .1. NclnJlVr. 1T\1 \TI"TI"YT) (lP.'f\T ,1 l.ft. recourse to ogSnl (hJ.1 1cnt. Is H1ohererie of Engrarias in 1U dozen Shovels JrdtrIp!
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.i jt" 'Lt: AXi I' ttr:1'Alr.: r.HOm n, ) flt.j L.\, 17, TIlE Dwelling House lately occupied I 100 ,
lion kegs Nail
and will
be publislud tlniini the ass itCh t i/cs
I)itt ,du !: .:fin:. ,Iud w suing ul"I '.l1uly. .::2. :.1.ty blo f.tlltlt! his r(-'idl.J'e: corner of! EARLY COPIES. :.;;.m. 'hy !I llic' "der-f-rncd.: Terrr.s iiccon.rr.odatinj. COTTAGE FURNITURE. year. oOO Ihs Cat and Gent an?Steel: ;

at.'t.tIii .HI t .hi 1htrf t. Ceilr: ;aaJ IIih btieets, oppiKile the ;Mansion A Kite "rranijt.-rr.cut with the Hritivi. publishers C&J" ., Applv I I to Iravingven: ; =o many Model Cott3seswe intendii 20 df\z Coilir! Axes, Georgia; and Kentucl>*
.Va. JUH irc1t1J' Ired, i Ihu I S .
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Nov of TIAWLEV
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S.n' Blackwood's Magazine c'cur's to u" early ---- \ov25
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W. G. ;3Z.:
:.. P. AlJrSJ t to'pUcp} I tlic! entire dumber in t the hund-i of *ulisrnbcrs ZZv.it. Cc,1 tJge. .f do Cotli.e MIlls;
\T fCnoH AND COUN.SELLOfi)
Al'i I befori* any portion; I of i it I can he ri neil RELIGION AND HISTORY. 10 kegs 3 and a inch for
:.T txvi.., : .1.--I' lh:1'\11., rej' ,, No.ij I Colurr.btN: Block! and SiTes{ ; sale by
1t4E1: 1 IN .JSr ;.., .IKJ CLVI;", PAINTS, O.'iVrs: his service to the public in e i in any of t the Arnen] >ar Jonrnals. For this. and I::.:.ellSTOREO; ; 1 For> It'nI at.ly to Our superior Artists, Walters, Tucker, Pease C. A.GEEEN&Co._

OMA i ';T'. ,c.1.1 .. .(, ijjve! capacities. other actvar.tagisecuucl 1o our Fub-sciiher! w,. .L.'i KOPRVE: :, STO.VE & Co. and Welch, are now engaged upon a set of plates Dec 23 5-2 Wafer $treef.ioos '

-l \ ? 1':r..t 444.ntt.u-it; of Statinery.J H" will practice regularly! in Franklin, Cal- pay so lai:e a consideration) that we may be illuatrative/f these two subjects.' jaml 'Shoes, .
IVJUM! 3'id! I compelled to rai i, the jnire of the l\Tal7.ine. ,
Jaclc-son'Jircuit Courts and will DEs OUR MUSIC.
T. *: J t '*i Iuut aidV.jt jr strcM 1 t2, upona a.d flccHe H's. IOR SALE, by the package, by .
F
t' -i'.K'cial: retainer, act as Counsel in Court Therefore we repent subscribe early while theprice rw.1JiJ.: ub., Prepared expressly for n j, ml i A ::1 ulj-iiifola.I 1 "a. any riht'1'! !IHH I jnt ECCf.I' t.'iJ] !rom Ne\v : Nov 18 4D B WOOD.
-- _. .J cii Ihe MidJle or \Ve--lern Circuit. lIe \ 'iI1 al>o, is low. 0 J. 'nripel' brit* Virginia, a large ai.d Fresh printed, has long commanded deci-

l t .jl: :aii alt.i', &rftjt' cA-i; .>s irt the! Court' -if Appeal* at Tallahas- Remittances and cninniuniratii< slirnld! be st I\fk of Drills -,1! Medicinc, and all articles i. d.-d preference over that of any other Magazine. To Re3t. t';

,I:01, I I < < J O X M E R 0 1 lJ .V N T, '>i\ th. sessions of which! he will always be always addres'td po
N \. j.JV,Her street-Up Blairs r't t .it t, inJcw ;nrevenied l h%' accident. I[JUbli3hers. LEONARD :SCOTT & CO., ) : call the attention of his friends, and TIlE LITERARY CHARACTER OF GO- Eiu.tiirc of DC WOOD. .

_!2'r \f. IS.17. .\|\"I.lchiculd, Fla. -\J; ,Iiiicol.a, Septembers, ISlGA. 79) Fuilon St Nf-xv York.. the p-iblic jrentrallv.1 DEY'S LADY BOOK. Nov IS '"

-1 II F ABELL.G With, such writer a*; Miss Leslie, Grace Green-. IU1tI:

.I, C..1 i en. G. 'eriATTORNEY ::! Sac1dif'jr! ,LC. -- '-- -,__ u_ weed, W. G. Eimras, l\Ir:. Eliot, T. S. Arthur, Snuff in bladder, for sale by .

\h.l"Ia. | a-ul Retail Dlfr :n AT LAAV.Cf SADDLES, ot various !patti ras: and qualities, S;olsl % Seeds Seeds! Mrs. E. Oakes Smith, Mrs. J. C. Neal, H. T. SCOTCH. II. F. ABELL

DU JISWGJN'fiS: P.-\? NT.OILS, I Cz: O.JliccJ.. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building, cut-b and Snallle bits, ARDKN Seed*, just received a'id fur silo by Tuckeiir.au, 11.Y.. Herbert, &c., the author of
GrA:3; BIGi1i'c&c.; Saddle Bags, \m1 the Widow Bedctt Professor Frost School Books,
II .
'ir. Centre & Commerce streets. F ABflLL.LRS : Bryant, Long
41 t, nov.'i Fla. Martingales and WId!", fr; !:le by fellow, Holmes-and a host of others-must al-! 17'ORsleby 0 '

.,. .. ..I : "Il"1'fll fr-"nrlmrIl1 tf Apalachicola, W. 1. G. I'ORTEIl & Co. :P)1a ]:. ways take the lead in literary merit. ._U. Feb 17_II ABELL..,

,oj )OlSt HL'KS( S'FATIiXKJIV! }: lC.e.t. Chloroform Dec 30 41 I J W.ttrtrect.; 9000 just t leccivod and f.;r ?a'e! by TERMS: Dr. 'oodl'ulPs'OJ'Ut Spccilic;
or of CIiS3'itJc: Comnpr/t-: Irl'f'tl". Nov-1
'.! -c 4 \1' ,!.ic'.)icnIJ, F1.t. WARRANTED pure, jut received and for Oil 8otes aaI ( :u'crs. J II-- KAr.LL.ss For Three Dollars we will send the Lady's I 1 A SAFE ai.d etLient remedy for worms, tor

.. PCS Oil Cloth, i and] 2 yards wide; C ougr-e SpriKjj Wstter, Book, containing more reading than any other .Lisaleby -

E{. S. Sltiwiey, Xov 'IS J ALLEN. 15 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; T U;T received, and fur sale bvKcv monthly, and the Lady's Dollar Newspaper pub- Fel : J CALLKN

vorjii: A\T.;) C,) \IIIOX! MERCHANT, 2 St.Jtr Of J }11 J. C. ALLKN.Dl :li-hed i twice a month, which contains as much I Coo-nc and Say Waters .

No. 2s Wjtrr Olr'd.t The Indians' Elixir.* 10 Tufted Ru *, .- ie idmg cs any ot the $3 periodicals ot the day- a large and well sefertf -

Dec .5 Afalarhicolj, I Fa.itj .A CERTAIN. remedy for chill and fever, for For !;dft by WAI.: G. PORTER( & CO. Drs-ental') oiaZ. making three publications in one month, or if the WITH f JtJIt r Perft1merybotbl''rep h assortment arid
-- r1. ::tIl! by ). WOODRUFFS DseIlfdry Gndial subscriber prefers the .German -
Dec yo -UVattr treet. jut following splendid engravings embracing .> Ertni'r's
every variety < cf the
tir1Iry ,J !HICS, Feb 3' J C ALLEN" --- received and for sale by to f ho Lad/s Dollar Newspaper, (although I inosj flavor
Gtoc: :: ? \ 6arIaZtLes to CllI'f ." Dec o If I u'nnl,1... .nnt11..j". it- n'l'\.n..i... _. ._ pleasant now in uc, for-*ate bv "
"; covvissioxIKKCIIANTS, n.. Wooarult".s CorM F _ATjr.rr.__.__u'._ u.t"' .. .-. II, no ucu:... .. ..UUIU n 1.lit Nor IS
J ALL'F
Dyscutary C
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Xo 4-J Wdterftircel.Atulichicnla.. ;.. /FOSTER & COXIi'S genuine Southern Tonic Sfnrclj.COLGATE'S ----. -- pent t through; ; the ;mail without being crushed or -
) .. ..
JfOC I
5 I Fa.Vir.uAf M m j \ compounded from medicines of our own created,) we will send the beautiful plata containing :Boots and SJjocs. .
.
best Pearl
E4JA\1IS-i l.f.I"f't. \ ; ;; A. WOOD, ii OF Cholera DiarrhcEa.Infantum Dj''enfary and Chole'rj JIorbu ol, forests, a pe'fect and lasting (cure for lever and Staicb II, F for ABEL pole b',' the portraits of Harriet Newell, Fanny JUST received and noopcnilg at Store.No.
summer complaint \
ague, :and for being the bt--t Tonic in ol F Mrs.
cases rre-ter
It. Elli ou & Jo., children, for sale by ----------------- ---- Stewart, MM. Ann H. Judson I Black-
general debility or weakness now known, for sale 1Lo '; and Mrs. E. B. 2 Patent .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS! Fee!! 3 J. C. ALLEN. Dwight, and the plates of Christ cases tine LeVher Sh es, \ : .
AM nn.,'.i:!: IN t by [April 27] !II_ F ABELL. ON Wednesday! List t, on Wafer si reel, a MASONIC ? Weeping over Jerusalem, The Opening of the 2 do do Cloth Gaiters, patent leather

uR\ GOODS( GKOOKKIFS.! HARDWARC, Infusion Jars OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND rll(' NIX BREAST-PIN, Enameled.- The Sepulchre Deliverance of St. Peter, .and The heel and toe, *-'

TIN'VAKRt! BOOTS. SHOES. HATS, A FEW Infusion Jar -*-e\'ery family should M HITTERS, just received and for sale by finder] will be liberally rewarded bv rf-turninirthc! Rebuke.! I If preferred to the Newspaper or plates, 2 cases fine Taj[lor Tyes ".**.

CAPS PKOCKKHY': { SHIP have one-for scle by Nov 21 J C. ALLEN.'J'bolilltSon's same to W. A. WOOD. wo will send Miss Leslie's Novel of Amelia, and I 1 do Prized Coots, :pt" .

Cor.VlI.ler CHANDLERY, \rcs April 13 J ALLEN._ Dec. 2,1S.t'3. any three of Mrs. Grey's or Miss Pickering' popular 1 do White Kid Slipper !.,"I.$
and Clie tnul fts. -
:
_Dec S fi Jachicola. Fa. Dry Goods. Compound Syrup ofTar --601(1 I'CLIM Gold Pens novels.: AfSO : -

tau.; r Lii NG S. Ticking. Cotton and Wood rtfaptlia, OF the latent t and mot t approved etle, just For Five Dollars we will send two .copies of A let' of Ready Made Clotliinc:, low.for Canh.

P. M'CALL\. GUKTAVE ROMAJN. .D. Lin cys, Kerens, Jeans, Flam.el Osnaburgs, Blankets .FOR the cure of con- umpliolJ, chronir( bron- received, and for sale by I !the.L-uly's Book and a set of the plates to each Aov2.. .-JXO S. .IIUTCI1INSn'L

1L'CbiI A Itomaiu a-f lima. whooping; cough, palpitat ion Nov 18 .J ALLEN. 'UIJ'l.flUCI'.
Tweed*, Shirting? Sheetings, Checks EnconaIZd Flour.CASKS '.
; -
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, of the heart, ]liver complaints, and allcctions of For Ten Dollars we will send five copies of : ':
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c. tiu II tf. the 10 1 Bacon, clear sides, : ;; .
Book
No. 9 Columbus Block. the kidnevs, ior ale by Lady's and a copy to the person sending ;
J'os Ap3tathi rJa, Fla. For ae by B. ELLISON & CO. Feb 10 J ALLEN. SCOTCH and Macahoy, in b0rtks :and bl d- the Club, and a set of plates to each. 25 bbU. St.-Louis FZwr, very fine just.received -

_& Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sta received and ft r sale by .. For Twenty Dollar, eleven copies of the Book on corusi" nrnent, and for sale by

Under wood d Caigh i, Western Produce. lilusik BOOKS and Stationery- Fd) 17 II F ABELL. and a setof Plates to each subscriber, and a copy XO2 JNO. S.-TIUTCHINSON! ,

TAILORS ST. LOUIS Flour. Ohio do, Lard, Whiskey, LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c. Ferry Davis's Pain--Killer- --- of (he Book to the, person sending the Club. Nf> 2 ColurnibuisBiock.

$ALTZELLS BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST. ; choice and.>rime, Molasses,Pork, mess Foolscap and Letter Paper; sale bv J ALLEN., For One Dollar we will send the Lady's Book. JPor SaSr. .

Apalachicola Fa. and prme Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders, for Cotton Memorandum Books ; FOR ov f'F 4 months and for 25 cents any one No. Postage MAHOGANY Cou'ltingUoueDesk Apply .
I Ship and River Bills Lading; toJie all 'orders. ,4.J to
sale by B. ELLISON & Co. paid r.n B. S. HAWLEY
ft A\l\
t ndd>* orders attended to with punctuality Dec 9. Cor. Wafer ami Chestnut sts.Cidel' Eoooks for Letter Press. l..eUIO D Syrup. Address, L. A. GODEY, _Nov 25 *' Ciilumbus: lcd '
patch. J 20 Blank Bills ol Exchange and Checks
an. ,
B RAY'S 113 Chestnut street, Philada.
Lemon
superior
I S'Tl1pjust received Provisions. ,
Just received and for sale
by With .
:)1. for sale and ior sale by any newspaper giving the above a few > and Pork for '
N. Scott & Brother; ro BatS Champagne, by March 1 II. F. ABELL. Febi-7 insertions we will exchange. BEEF sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISON Co.HATSaud _-_.II F ABELL. 2; D. B WOOD,
WHOLESALE '
AND RETAIL DEALERS m -_.- Sulpnatc Quinine.A .
Mustard.SPLENDID
.
lJRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Caps by tile case low for cash by LARGE and fresh supply,just rece\'edand I New Publications. article Storage, '. : :
of
. HATS, &c., B. ELLISON & CO. x for.sale by ODD VOLUMES JUst received, and for sale A boxes, for sale Ground Mustard 5 in'tin I>N Fire Proof Store No.2. J Water street by -

h .ctr. Water and Centre-streets, Dcc.9, Cor. Water and Chestnut st. Sept 23 J'C ALLEN. by by Nov 25. .D. B. ,WOOD,'
27
c23 April II F ABELL.
Apalachicola. Fa. Nov 4 H. F. ABELL.Soaps. q -
VM. W. Soth._ hIEETINGSShirtinsafld Prints, by the Scidlitz Powders. Coflce. i.- j :f
Wu._\V. CHEEVER baleand low for cash. by I POFFAT'S LIFE PILLS PH SACKS RIO, and for:
case, GROSS Seidlitz Powderstliat fresh M1 AND ( NIX 200 landing sale by
are
*
j jUi
COMMISSION Sims Jk Cliccver, B. ELLISON & CO.. ,9 received and for sale by A LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps, just BITTERS, just received and for sale by Nor 19 ,D B WOOD.

MERCHANTS, Dec 0. Got Water and Chestnut <=ts. April 13 J ALLEN. received, and for sale by Nov :23 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.i .
: Office No. Clothing.' "
30 Water street. DecO :
LJec23 ApalachicofaFIa. Tauiicrs' Oil, II ABELL. Ill'ushes.IT 1OR sale 'orv 'consi nmenf, a large invoice of ,

T"ORsaIe by Xauccts. EIDLITZ, Yeast and.Soda Powders of the AIR, Hat, Clothes'TeefhNail and'Shaying 1..' city mdeclothingby the package, by*, >
FACTORS' J. II. & J. M.: J l i, .11' Dee 30: I B ELLISON & Co. SPRING and Thumb Lancets just received S best quality, For sale by Brush',.for sale by Nov'19 D. B WOOD.> .

& COMMISSION MERCHANTS, sale by Feb 24 II
17 ABELL.
: Wood Ware Arc. July J. C ALLEN. ,
Lotion. : '
No. 48 Water street Feb 24 H F ABELL. ; ; .

Dec J2 -APALACH, COLA, FA BARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour Dr. Woodruff's Antibillious Veg- .. nrcssVater., '. G.RANVJ.L'L'S Lotion,' just received,.and.for '

_. Trays, Axn .1f Buckets. Panacea. etable JLife .Pills TUST received fresh., and for sale by :-: -I- -

Roberts, Allen & c ., Brooms. ;&.. -c. for. saELUgoN' ,&. q S WAIM(for&sale HOUCKIS by' Panacea, just. -recei'v'd'an'd ., FORsale.by. .. J. # .. J'
ruLAS CHANDLERY IN HARDWARE AND SHIP Dec 9. .'. Cor. Water, and Che'sfnuf? 1 Feb 17 ,. > H .FSwayii ABlj. I '. 1 J C: ALLEN.' ." *. 'JAYNES' .celebrated Family" Medicines'' \ClJlorSdc or Soda, ; ln iTUST

IRON? STEEL .NAILS, -, .-- just 'received. ',. and" for sale. by rccenred and ior sal e by'' .-# '
:J.* ._ SPIKES AND CASTINGS -. qul lne. ,. &, Wistar's f'f ,Fisliingr',Tnckcl. :, -r : Oct \ J (ALTENV _'-!. JCALLENj 5' .

MantfactttrcrtofTiritlrdn, and Cop- o ,OZ.! Sulp.Quiidn. just 'recetvedand:for COMPOUND, Syrup of Wild Cherry, jusl. re-. ;)A GOOD assortment. just. .'received, aro c le11y : -, / J.reslaYest oivdcrs.. ,. .T: -Guitars and
.4. Violiiis "' .
b". pet aTCI.. i v. sal by.. "for"sale by. .received, and for sale by '
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The Closing Year. I I upon the mind, a solemn ,time : and such is I go; to California. It is true there is a*route, you there be placed on'a chair, provided it does not follow that slaves may not be I treat her with the utmost courtesy, they

IT 1 is a melancholy task to reckon with the season of the new year. It should I hv t o California by Chagres, which would lake I it does not follow that close the ports to her merchandise and roan
for the in the White House and lighters
employed on ;
the departed To trace back the curio { serious thoughts. purpose, ufactures ; while the Democrat, furious
r year. .occupied by iT-jjyine l only about thirty or forty days, but if I went and be ia
be sick
ous threads of affection through its many- time lo reckon with one's hear -efo renew hat course I would have to 'dig for gold at be confined for the term of four years touch he colored crews may not denunciation, and threatening war every io-

coloied woof, flnd knot anew its broken and form resolutions 1'0" .Ce aud reconcile borne, before I left, and the mines here oniy. labor as your country may require.Andmay brought to the hospital for medical treatment si ant,. nevertheless freely admit and consume

places-to number the missing objects of. aud redeem.,1 pay a living price. the Lord have mercy gpou:: your -that they may not ,commit offences the commodities of the nation they pro*.

interest, thedead and the n..glecled-lo'Sum% As there are many of my acquaintances who Soul ,! and be lodged in jail, .or that in the'support voke."
up the broken resolutions, the deferred From tl'.s-rJ: O. Com Times 25th ult. have concluded to remain in Georgia, aud ,
Communication -
hopes, the dissolved phantoms. of anticipation .-'"' The Clfblera.ft wait tlndevelopements of the riches of the of an onerous police to prevent A case of some interest to the trading

a/d the many wanderings from th 1_ i is recorded of a very eminent medical gold mines at home, which 'possibly For the Commercial Advertiser.MR. they be detected in the act, the punishment community was recently decided in Washington

r leading .star of dUIy-tbiL.i4Ldiine-. : i! practitioner, sent by ihe French Government happen if we left Georgia, and as many persons EDITOR : of the act itself: will necessarily .Co: .n'y '(Md.) which we find
.
and in 1831 to the North of Europe, to 8 of the By an act, entitled 3D act o prevent briefly
-I--- ----- ml, withal, a profitable, are opinion that California gold! { bring them among us. They further say reported fn the Hagerslown News.
it may sometimes be, a p'easantfcnd a sooth I watch: the progress of the Cholera, and to is 'sour' to the taste, perhaps we* had all he future nigration of free negroes or mu- hatjf convenient 'for masters to It appeared
t is that
L- ing one. It is wonderful in what short I study its pathology, that on being question better think more of making a ft.w dollars attoes to this Territory," passed by the Legislative -. more a man named Hoiine bought

courses the objects of this world move.- ed on the most approved method of treating here, and be satisfied wih our present jut in bring colored crews, for the reason of a 2000 bushels of c'oro and 400 barrels of

it, he replied : ",What would'you have me li ife thaw be Council of Ibe, late Territory ofFlorida 'of their introduction, it
They are like arrows feebly sh.it. A year- I to idly speculating, about told spirit resistance to flour from a man named tong, which
's brief year is full of things dwindled and say ? It is a disease which, begins where i in another quarter of the world. Q. p. q. and to fee r 'mi 'on page 543 of does: not follow that 'we.sbould permit them l latter 8ubsequ ntly'refusedt the

finished and forgotten. Nothing keeps even- others end-in death." However exaggerated Thompson's Digest, it is provided that deliver aceor.
Iyon.Vhat is there in the running calen- :. may have been the conception of our t to do it, any more than we should permit a ding to contract alleging that )Jie had been '
U h hereafter shall not be lawful for free '
dar of the year that departed, winch. has Gallic friend relative to this fell scourge, andhow COMMERCIAL I ADV RTISER. mulatto be any man to ride a lion through the coumtry who i imposed upon by the former. lt was' stated
brought
or to or
kept its place and its magnitude ? Here great soever may have be'cn his desire negro migrate urged as a reason why we should accord to that the defendant was in possession
of
and there an aspirant for fame still stretches to say something smart and antithetical on into this (Stale) from any State or Territory him the privilege, that every body would be relative the uewi

after his eluding shadow-here and I there an I the subject, it is a melancholy fact, that the AFALACH1COLA, THURSDAY, JAN '4, 1849. within the United States, elsewhere ; and would not to market for breadat ft"., and

enthusiast still clings to his golden dream- rapidity with which it develops itself, in andthat it shall be the .duty of the several I afraid of such an animal, with' that be had asserted a falsehood 16 Lob| '

here and there; {and alas how rarely) a some natures, baffles all the resources ofart. CG-: The following gentlemen are authorized marshals sheriffs and constables in this steal or in any other ttbnner interfere with reference lo the news in possession* i
-
friend keeps his truth, and a lover his fervor t. and leaves the professor medicine, Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and wil ": his quiet possession of it. and thus lulled his suspicions or induced* f
I---- amhiti standing by aghast, no other mission than Slate, to ;arrestsuch. free negro or mulatto,
thai
but how
many more. were as -eceiveand receipt subscriptions, or advertisements And lastly, in answer to the argument him lo further
'ous. as enthusiastic; as loving IS these, when I that of simply recording the extinction oflife. :- &c., nalso 1 that if any captain, owneror the of forego inquiry as to the stale
and
this year hesan. are now sluggish:: and cold, In .these cases, Cholera destroys by a \VI.V.. CUF. VER,Esq., Albany, Ga. consignee of any vessel, or boat, shall I against comity constitutionality of ihe market. The judge charged the jury
icrord of life ) so crushing, that no rallying point: t the law, it is urged that it is nol true that in that if ibis the
and false ? You may keep a ,' process Major JACK HARD.MAN Kufaula Ala. suffer free mulatto to bebrought'inlo ere case, it was.a fraud
or
ami as study H-% it i. human; it uiJI be afnignieiileil oflVr", by which science can profit, for the JAS. J. OLIVER Tallahassee, Fa. any negro any Slate negroes are entitled to equal I which vitiated: ihe contract and
an.1 crowded welfare of the patient and its own honor; this State in any vessel or boat, make therefore
:; disjoined! hisimy rights of citizenship, and that if they his '.
iith unarcoutitablcncs-s: : : .md < h.iuge. There the victim i is doomed, almost from the incipient Charter Election. commanded, or owned! by, or consigned to, between their white and colored I prevented recover)

is nothing; constant.. The links of I life are stage! ; and the insufficiency: of worldly I The f him, such commander, or owner, or consignee distinctions After a brief absence the jury returned a*

""Tor ever breaking: but \\ e ru>h on Mill. A I means (If safety, herein exemplified' is in I following gentlemen were, on Monday shall be held bond population, 'from considerations of domestic. verdict for the defen abt. 'rh New,
responsible by It
fellow traveller dinpfiom. our fide into $the I I humiliating contrast with the high-sounding last, elected. Mayor and Aldermen of policy, with equal propriety we must claim This decision hits at last ]

grave-a guiding. ; star of hope' tanishcs from I medicaments; in which the Pharmacopeiaabounds. : ; t the. City of Apalachicola for the ensuing &c., conditioned that he will pay all costs, t the privilege b<* doing the same and with I points, with reference lo the settled buying two

the t'ky-a creature: of ntsr affections: a clii'.d i: I i year : together with the expense of keeping in very great propriety, when it is rememberedthat I selling of produce. First-The purchaser and; i

or an idol, is snatched from us-perhaps : A glance at the reports from Charily Hospital jail *.iny such free negro or mulatto, andIhal I be in possession of the
Mayor
: denied in instances may news of
have to a risen
since the Cholera they us many
nothing with which! we began; the race is' h) I came among us,
he will'transport him or her beyond the I prices, and I the seller
JOHN S. HUTCHINSON be i
will I I I show that the which have solicit may ignorant
left 10 lI'I. anil we do not h-ilt. Onward t I cases occur- this very comity they at our
yet t thereof el contract
limits of this State. ) any entered .
-still onward is t the eternal cry ted (here, have, nearly all, proved fatal. An Aldermen : hands. The Constitution declares that the them without into between
(fraction of the number admitted ] Within the last few months efforts have ahy misrepieseniaiioo'
iind as' the rvcrdts. the broken ties ate. I insignificant 'I
past T. II. AUSTIN, H. D. DARDEN, citizens of each State shall be entitled lo all! being made lo the seller by ihe
forgotten, ant the present md future have' been discharged cured This been made to enforce this law, and in these purchaser
occupyus J. L. HARBOUR, A. HANCOCK, u the privileges and immunities of ihe citizens I is a valid contract and binding in
I one of two propositions : either that ne.'y re-
alone. proves JOHN CAIGH, \V. H. HUGHES efforts the colored crews df several l Vesselsin spect. Thus if time seller asks
,
Theie irt. blight chapters in the t the patients who died only applied for admission of ihe several Stntes. Among these!; privileges nn qurstson.
past
; AVERY DOWNER, JOHN B. JONES. i the pnrt<< of Apalachicola have been taken Ihe buyer is nol bobnd to impart Ii, |IsitiLsijieritir
however. I If I our hit i is ;capucious: and* ( bto ;at a stage of the disease, when A l and immunities are the protection of i inform:1Iioll-and hij:

ken. it is also new and various. One friend I cure was hopeless, or that certain conditions Steamboat DisastenVe t from the bay and\ lodged in jail, until the i and wherever be. made between them the contract' ; : thus .

- Ins pi own cool, but we have unit another. ol t' the body prevailed with them, when they \ regret lo learn thai the neVv, light- provisions of the act have been compliedwith. I person properly we may If the M a good one. Second -
One article the purchaser be in
One chance |less foituiMte. than fell ill, which developed the (disease with such great of properly in Southern pustrssiun of
was we expected The
motives an'd the acts of officers news and
steamboat is
PALMETTO ,
draght
brought out ques.iunedVillt reference
but another was bettor. We hacenrountered rapidity, that death was utmost simultaneous Staus is slavf's.f't in seeking to enter thereto -
from the \Vest the engaged in tli% performance 'of this duty by the seller, he is nol privileged.
one man's prejudices, but, in with the attack. There is, however, one present season by Capt. with our property the limits of any Northern to deny :
so dnin:. we him: uufxprciedly,, ll mered i ihe feaiute: in the history of Cholera: during its McAllister, was snagged and sunk, on the have been much discussed, but as (the law his pns es ion thereof- or misrepresent! .ihe '
State, we are at once deprived of it, and.I and do .
to so, with a View I'I'.same
paili.djlirs of his nd labur. \\Te have; neglected present' Visit, which is peculiarly; significant.: 29ih ult., in the neighborhood of Chim/iey stands as a rule of action upon the statute, in ilrafae|
Those classes of that their social subjected to every insult and injury an other mm t contract aver>e in his interest
a ) but deed! of society, by ,
lecordedduiy a books
charity it
is now
Bluff. It is said that the h4at I proposed by sundry merchants
is [ is which
attla'lwreck 1 a fraud will vitiate; ,ihe
dono upon impulse, has; brought the position and worldly means, have it in t their excited populace may choose to inflict upon contrart
up to avoid to the Her cargo of cotton, but little damaged of the place, that the General Assembly and render it of ntin .en ifur. the IHW de.
balance. In inclemancy
an equable: 'temper of mind t, power exposure I us, without the countenance and protection 1
memory, (to a man of ordinary goodnet-s of r of the weather ; who practice temperance ; was taken off. and brought down by, now in session be memorialized upon of the law or the constituted author I fines fraud as !b'eihg the concealment or misrepresentation
legally
heart is pleasant cUIIIall!, )'. A careless" I h- and take the usual precautions against I infection I- the Fashion. ihe state of farts, and the necessary' consequences I. of a material fact, by which I

mer, whose heart is better than his head, Have been hitherto almost wholly thereof, and that they be solicited' ities. a party is lulled into a fcfoe: knniiilmi e orinduced !

sajs : exempt from its attacks. Principally, the BILLS OF MorsTALITy-FIEALTII.-TI1( This is the state of the argument : and I i lo forego inquiry b ;cessary! lo the
t lo change the policy of the State in this protection: of l his interests. From.
T wonl I not csc.ipe from mfffiOTland. poor the houseless, the intemperate, have New Orleans Commercial Bulletin of"the the question is, what course are we to pur thin it itnol.
Fur all .the eye can' view ; been its victims ; and, as a remarkable fact. region, or at least so to modify the law as however.\ In be inferred that the purchaser -

For there's dealer' dut in memory's land, : we may cite our creole<< population, who are, 27th nil. says : It i ii i astonishing to notice t lo exempt the city of Apalachicola (from its sue. Whatever may be the truth and justice = eireh when quf-siionrd.). is hound id

T'i.in ihn c\ff ru h Peru. constitutionally, or by hereditary habit, temperate ; the ;paucity of cases of Cholera, in the city operation. ( of the proposition! the lime outs introduction rommunicate his information to It.sdltr. I
I oljjsp the better twined
The wanderer's by heart memory and lI'uullll bind., ., both in eating and drinking as having (}f Lafayette and the. First and Third Municipalities To effect the committee of is exceedingly inauspicious. In He is only required not io .' ; fact '1

j It was a good thought stigge>ted by an i up to the present moment, passed unscathed I. of New Orleans. The disease, purpose a Congress the proposition has been malte.alld of his'being "posted." and not lo nii:.rep ,1
by the scourge. Although the circumstance gentlemen have been detailed from the resent, or be guilty ,,f falsebbiMl ivith
ingenious friend of mine to ,make one's will according lo the which have voted for by sev nt-nitie memhers of re
of reports reached Chamber : ferenre= lo the ;. 'he
] one or two cases of temperate of Commerce!, and as the interests ii'"rmaiin has in h'n
annually an: remember all whom love
we us from (he Board of Health the the House that slavery- shall be abolished
arid
in it in the degree of their desrrvings.: Ihii'e persons having been carried ofF by Cholera : L of the entire community may be effected I- pos t'ssifn.Vi.h information we .tiling
since its advent here, be adduced i in in the District of Colombia that our reader-; ,will t herealler know the
acted upon the hint >i inc, and i truly 1 it I may Charity Hospital, seems to have intermitted by the actioh of that Chamber, and as ,.and the ground
is evidence, to contravene the position) which its There is shall be determined the upon which they slam; iven enlrriug inloconf .
keeping; a calendar of one's life. I have severity. a striking diminution question by votes of
I the above remaiks: to establish I they t the citizens generally?: are not memhers of f facts of I his ch..facief.: ;"
little to bequeath, indeed a manusciip or I go yet in the number of deaths, in these records. ': the male inhabitants of the District, bond,
form but an exception to a rule, which t that and
seems body are consequently ignorant of
or two.two some of half much duzen thumbed pictures' and, and choice a score to us, to have great force. At all events, The warm: humid atmosphere, whicn prevailed their arguments and their action to d and free. A large part perhaps a majority,1, A RICH BiLt nt LXDIN&.-In she i.
authors I great vessel
t -but, slight as. these ;poor mementoes t there is more hope, at all times, fur him who during last week, has been succeededby 1 extent, it is the purpose of ibid communication I- of the members -of b'nth Houses of Congress I- gion.i l ('from our por J ,, bound for .the pol.l.

-I-. arc, it is pleasant rate; ilu-ir difference, and m prncficrs judicious self-restraint, than for a sharp, bracing temperature, which i is have gone to that assembly with ihe Calf'uii1 i young adt11Ur..ri.lj.
the votary of excess ; and, flow.r\\ hen deatl to place both of these before the i SI'U capital!, sele"h'd about( i ihe nlo *
write aeaiiist them the of (lends
names our i i is abroad and ; deemed of favorable augury to general that all avowed and fixed determination lo pass a available .thai in
as. we should wish them left ifV,. knew we stalking; no one knows whom community, may have an opportunity sluc our view of hitman1

were presently to die. It would lie a satisfying he may strike next, it behooves us nil i 10 health. of influence and of action upon the law by which ihe slave population of the affairs ma.n could po.>iliy| coofceive, a; -

I keep within reasonable bounds in all things United States shall be restricted lo the bound. nol only lo sELl: ;, bin.ii. realized
: thought in sicklier;; that one's friends subject. .
I For the sake of science, we hope.tha A NEW: PAPER: AT TilE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT. % limits of those States in which stupendous per, centagr.n: ifre .
Would have a memotial to Miggot:; us when I Those solicitous that that the law should it now exist: 5. He j.ill ii
research will be instituted has engaged freight i ,
some into the Bullelt
Mr. vt'slfi1
: : of the New Orleans ?
tve wrre gone-that they would know we In :his state of facts it is I
h history of the advent of Cholera among us. f he repealed;) or modified, argue against il :- additionally necessary and passage for himself. *nii what .
wished be remembered by them and icmemberrd Picayune. and) :Mr.1 Gallagher, of the Richmond that
them the fir.it. within the last furlfli llI.Ve hoped tha That vessels- having colored crews are thus our local policy should be do you think ihese five barrels: l d.hlau'?
And it ispleasant Va.
among 'the publ'cvould' have been enlightenei. ( ) Republican, are about to start stringent ; and if the people of these States None but thoe of % imhilsts1hmic..l Hurt
too. while alive, to change the order prevented from coming to this that
of : thereon, by the publication: of the proceedings : :a paper Washington City, to be called port ; have to provide for the indefinite increase p would readily imagine. VX'eM. three hmrl*

appropriationviihthe.(. every varyingevidence I I i at the meeting; of the .Medico-Chit] .. the Republican Press." They are both the number of vessels coming is less than it of that contain first-rate Jersey lightning, alias New
); of affection. I It i is a relief t to vexation i population within our borders if
-. gical; Society, under Iheir authority. Tin able writers and would 1 be if this I law was not in operation ; England Rum One barrel i.f' Au.rnran
and mortified experienced in the
the
pi'nNto' erase news
,. name i
have, however, thought fit to discuss o. he"i : that our Northern friends, who brought that playing cards,, assVirtl brands with ally!
of one unworthy or false, and it is delightful, I. paper business. It is to be a partisan jour freight are consequently higher, which
matters, which are of less interest (10 tin class population here, used them in more or less, of the private marks antI
I_____ opening gig**;
as another gew ne your : nal. and per
advocate
of
public, and much less the an the views of.Gen I, as supposed to be forth .
the gradual and of certainly to t gn'at. their country until no longer useful, then set in 11i( ) 's and
sure test ,
intimacy I to I increased all
prefer him in secret leg'Mer.If i body of their own profession. As far as ou Taylor, the President elect. freight upon cotton shippedfrom sold them to our fathers and invested the lhfPu's rrt'ilises on Poker Lou.Euchre
your
own investigations extend, Cholera, in i its this port ; that the evil of intercourseof Old Sledge &.-_ The barrel. is filteiJ.IJ ).
I should live to be old, I doubt not it A proceeds in less troublesome i'.h
visit has been in ill RASCALITY free with the properly, feel to utter suffocation with ||
will be a pleasant thing to look over these present as eccentric 'C INTHE GOLD DIGGI os.- negroes slaves of our country ill soils.Mzes. and
:
little testaments. It is difficult now, with I vehicle by which it came his her, :IS it is inexplicable The New York Express says tjfat all sort: intended to be prevented by the law, such sympathy for the afflicted race that known specimens of Dice "ruU, use J'articp
in its attacks. I It t is certain tha they cannot share with to the sixes fre h the
; us now the care -fnd I double > from
their kind office and t
pleasant laces ever of rascality will be resorted 'to, to get I. toes not exist at this place, for the reason
possession yard. In
when the
Si-anlon, the vessel which it i of their scanning ,h. bill tff this
about one, to realize the changes' of feeling supposed)) brought the Cholera to our shores, of the gold in California without that the !shipping: is at a distance from the responsibility government, but force bold, enterprising Chrisiianadvculurer.noDr.will : .
between the first and) i the lastmore difficult ] I us to keep them
still 1..eIHane, that disease was unknown there-- working for it. One party is said to be town ; and thai a colored crew would 1 haveno upon ussr lands and not hexitaie' to say that his ele ai.i stork of
to imagine, again- of i those
any indeed, it had not crossed the Channe, suffet the pure air of other States to be polluted I- assorted and useful implements .
familiar names the significant i asterisk; which nay buying up a quantity of old copper, so intermixed I. inducement, and could be easily retained of civilizi

___________________ marks the dt'atl-'e. if the common rharices' fiom England. Hence we must conclude with a erlain from landing ; I that masters of vessels find by the loathsome institution, it is at *lion, art iII refinement, is destined h> rate
that it had boarded the ship, while at sea, or composition as lo least that the dow the gold dust, HIU! aM no l.ille lo .use
of human truth and) the still proper of that
more desperate management
that it had found other agencies for its transportation pass readily for I pure gold among the un it to their interest to bring colored crews progress of) scientific re-earche: i in the nv' -
change of human I life continue it is should be
think from the Old Wot Id. But con suspecting. This villainous material it is to slave ports, for the reason that the spirit : race exclusively in ihe hands m or ly broached El Dorado, whereto all ru
what miracle it
melancholy to would
be if even half this list, brief a and youthful. jeclure is here most idle, and reason quite i intended to ship off as soon as possible, of resistance to the introduction confines i, those who arc of us, and who contemplate a strain, and all heals yearn.-Boston J/ni7.

as it i is, should be, twenty years hence, living at.... .fault.: Like, the. .. viewless, wind, which 1 and when it reaches San Francisco it is to them more closely on board, and makes permanent_ u' __ IP residence. amongst_ .. us, to share Gen. Taylor's
and) unchanged. DIOWCIII where it iistein. and no man c nl. _. .- our u sunenngs anu contribute to our The CabIle. .
tell whence it cometh, or whither it goelh," ue sioieu away, ann oilereu for sale to tile them more manageable and obedient ; and safety. : principle, which wil gJrr General
The festivities of this part of the yrar always .' horns" that the and And it cannot! be denied that many, :anti. Taylor in the selection of his Cabinet is as
t
it marches on its way unseen ;, and, like thesame green from the States-who, it is policy action of this State

I I know seemed not what to mejnUtimed colot .the and refleclions revolting.of ; element, when rushing titles commingle I presumed, will eagerly buy up the spurious generally is in derogation of the rights t Ihose most clamorous for the change solicited well purpose known, wisdom as. his in character for honesty, of

others lake, but to me it is simply the feeling to work it into fury, it i is only known by I article if offered cheap, instead of peril guaranteed to the citizens of other States are those whose interests and affections of action. He deciding will look and. promptness lo the ,
the devasatation which only
marks its track.
of escape-the released breaths. of feat ling life and limb at the washings." Other- by the constitution of the United Slates are elsewhere, and who are linked- by- good of she couulrv in all thai he dues "

t after a .period of suspense and danger. Ac- DIAMONDS TOO !Extract of a lelle-r.- received nefarious projects are on fool, which, if federal government, which declares that no tie whatever to the. fate or fortune of that President, and of course'will d& so in she

cident, misery death, have been about us by Mr. Buffum, of Portland, (Me.,) State whose soil they perch selection of his cabinet. We
the upon.I
citizens of
catried into each State
execution shall be LutIhi
cannot fail lead entitled
io their invisible shape*, and' while one is from his son Edw-ird Gould Buffum, dated to i: entertain towards those without waiting for his action, just aster-

_ tortured with pnin, and another reduced to Pueblo de los Angelos, Upper California, to riot and bloodshed. All who intend immigrating to all the privileges and immunities of the gentlemen personally laiuly as we know that he i is a patriof. W

.% wretchedness) another struck into the grave July 31- should, therefore, be on their several States' ;" slat a, other members of every kind and friendly feeling, but. do not know who he will select for CiLin f

beside us, we know not why or how, we are Personswho have been to the "placers"say guard. this confederacy have seen proper to admit must say that if there can be a time when or other officers, but, we know as we sat,'
still living and prosr rous. It is next to a there is ample room for fifty thousand stringent measures the basis
are to on which that will MJ
The New York Sun also the men of color to the rights of necessary protect selection
citizenship
on ,
miracle that so.Ve have been says
we are on people to work fifty years. It is doubtless the institution of domestic made.If .

the edge of chasms continually.: Our feet the richest place in the world. \Vithin a authority of a person; just from California : that the right of entry iu the pursuits of from slavery at home any one doubts that( woufd( f be i_

_____ bave tottered our bosoms have been grazed week or two past, diamonds and platina have "There was some quarrelling at the commerce is a right incident to that character foreign interference, that time has we say it will be. Gen. Taylor i himself h 2
by the thick shafts cJisp.a..t-had our also been found. These stories mines, arrival come ; and (that the people of the
eyes strange as consequent upou the % of a and thai .the State of Florida in deny- place. taken care to settle all question about iS'?

been spirit-keen we bhould have been dumb) they may seem, arc strictly true. I know few desperado, who were plundering ihe ing this privilege is regardless of the who live here, and who,Iook upon it as the We learn from the New York Courier adj

with fear at our peril. If every tenth sunbeam them to be so. There will probably be a miners of their clothing, ore, rations, &c. i Slates comityof home tif themselves and their Enquirer, thai as early as she 2d. Nuvrn1;
and violates the posterity,
are
were adeadfy arrow-if the earth were emigration to I the It was principles of our
great / country as soon as proposed to organize a temporary I the most ber last, Gen. Taylor, in writing ro a ttn j
full of invisible abysses-if poisons: wen (he news get sp. eild; at home and I wish, youto government, for the preservation. of order common constitution proper ones to recommend a tleman of New York, state'd WtsatwOUId'

sown thickly in the air. life would hardly be show this letter and recommend and the protection of life and properly." Those favoring the present policy of the change of measures, whenever the necessity the basis of his Cabinet if elected ; and in* j

more insecure. \Ve can stand upon our lo him to come by all means There is no Slate of a change should occur.! I letter .
*
that the
say inconvenience to the f coining "to hand alter h was kno*
threshold and see iu Thejignrous are humbug about this. New places are being OLD ZACII that
SENTENCED.-The he had I
following been naiuMlIj
el"ct..I| |
stricken down invisible commercial interests of this city results GENERAL: TAYLOR .he very
by an hand)-the ac. discovered every day, and Peru and Mexico, IN CANADA.-A felt desirous .
live and busy suddenly dht-1ppear-de'lh is will ere long sink into insignificance; compared sentence, was voted on the back of a whig from the very recent operation of this law, i published in Kingston, Canada, thus specu paper should that; the public as wrlfssbirself ) at

caught in the breath of the night wind, in with California. Every thing connected le<'(oral ticket, in this city, on the( 7th uli. and that it is folly to pretend that ships with L latcson the ek.ctionofGen.. Taylor. There .know In that it could therefore nol farrfwsalisiHclory. 10 bt

the dropping of the dew. There is no with mining; itS well as all goods and It is too good to be .kept in the ballot box, white sailors, in number sufficient to trans- is much truth in its remarks, and Ihe democracy General he expressed replying a desire 10 be per

,place of moment in which that horrible provisions, are selling in the mining regionat and begging the voter's pardon, we feel constrained all the might profit from the hint of their milled.to the of lb J
phantom is: not gliding i among us. II i is natural ; most 1 exhorbilant nrices. Pick axes are port products seeking outlet here, British friends of the low estimate in which letter mke.public para uph
to nike it public.-Rich. (la. alluded to, and under dale of Der.7;
at each penou 01 escape to rejoice world fifty dollars each. Shovels twenty-; ) will not ultimately come, and will not continue they hold their character as a party.: I the General auiborii''

fervently and from the heart ; but I know five dollats. floes ten dollars. Flour $100 Patriot. to come, so long as there are productsto "It would appear by our Telegaphic Re o publish says : You have my
I IDOl
the few which r
if others look upon death with the a barrel. Cotton cloth $1,50 a.yard and Zachary Taylor stand up-You! hale ( be shipped ; and thai until it is deter- port, that Gen. Taylor has been elected;Pre- !in your 1 letter lines lo the you lc.

tame, irrepressible horror that I do, how everything else in proportion. been indicted by the Grand Jury that assembled mined that colored labor is sident of the United Slates America.' Prior my cabinet."; touching couSUUCIOMof i
their Joy can be so thoughtlessly trifling. It cheaper and lothe election the hopes of the S

seems' to me, matter for deep, and Almost From the Augusta Republic. in Philadelphia. for wilfully, resolutely I more efficient on shipboard than white labor: were very strong, and it is seen by\Vhig the result party The following is the extract of the leureferred

fearful congratulation. It should be expressed Mr OWN CALCULATION.-One dollar per and determinedly seeking to rule over i it is also folly to pretend! that products from that their hopes were well founded. We to : *
g.
1-
in religious places and with the day for labor in Georgia, is about equal to the people of the United Stales. And after this port will not be transported as cheapas hardly know whether we should congratu- *BATON. ItorjoK, Not. 2. I sb

solemn voice of worship ; and when the the amount of eleven dollars at the mines in a fair, able and impartial investigation of they would be if late the country on the elevation of Gen. endeavor\ .|If elected. spds

.period has thus been marked, it should be California, because one dollar can purchase your case, by a jury of the people, whom transported vessels having Taylor or not. He himself is an estimable to organize my Cabinet m
speedily forgotten lest its cloud become depressing. here as much as eleven dollars can buy there. colored crews wero admitted. They man and his party is composed of manner as to securea fair amr eoH;'"
i
I: am an advocate for all the gaiety When I calculate the e"penscoflhe trip; ils you have chosen to try your cause, you say further that intercourse might jot necessarily all the wealth and intelligence of the Union nearly representation; about me of all the great t

that the spirits will bear. I would reserveno dangers; think of having,lo cross: the tropics have been found guilty. take place between colored crews but on the other hand, that party is and ever; lerests ticable of the country ; and. as far ;ul.I Pr I

particle of the treasure of happiness.-! and equator twice, and feel the rather warmrays It now remains to me to pronounce the of vessels and slaves has been opposed to a low Tari'and ttf represent all sections .
on shore from the the Union. If
\r "'Ftt 6 worM is dull enough at Ih8 best. But alan African sun if I go in a sailing vessel sentence of the law. That sentence is- Of fact introduction of English goods. The I constructed upoastteh lrt;

': do not mistake its temper. Do not press -and of the six months of anxious and unprofitable That be taken from ; being brought into the bay of Apalachi- is Protection for n productions. cry pies, it seems. to me.thai, .h people shod S

f'N. Into the service of gay pleasure the thrilling lime I would lose upon the trip, and you your residence, idiabut.that::1 if that intercourse- were solicited as Gen.. Chss and the Democrats Where be satisfied.. ; and 1 *. 'lee thil such .
: SolercniU vr life I think in Louisiana, under a stronggurd, that although be the case."
anything"which the uncertainty of getting a bushel or two of by masters of vessels or their crews, opponents iu speeches to Great Britain and *. 4 t

". _: reminds me of oYathsolemn : any lime'!, gold when I gel there, I hnve-cnncluded to you'be transported 10 the city of Washing this is the only law that oow- it her Interests, have always advocated low "i '-'* .

;,. ..: irbta our escape from h U thrust irresistibly take the certainty of the dollar here, and not ton, in the District of Columbia, aDd that can by prevents or 'tariff and Free Trade Thus while a the '; Z. TAYLOR.
any possibility prevent it, For that The principle here, stated that
.. whigs speak the fairest a
.. .. to Great,Britain, and
.; ,. at L.. wil govern hint in the sdectioD-o h
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We know now from under his own Cabinet hand Dec 29-Brig W L Joaes, Tyler fm New York, I I the public that he is now in readi-. to fa Ladies of the United States. '..' "', }.. ,- Dec 28. J. DAY &Co.
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Till be organized. He never yet has mis- ?(\ Tamer fm Franklin, La. and transient boarders, at the usual rates. His' GRACE GREENWOOD, fl: I""It ;h For New York. .

taken his man when he had a duty for anyone .'.in l-r hip Mortimer Livingston, Bureton, frn I chef d'cuisine i is an adept, ,and travellers may *. and L. A.. GODEY.A 'J.I THE brig \f. L. JONE Tyltr.
but express the JeH- \-w York, tp.I \Vright.. depend upon having all the luxuries and delicacies I J ) ;master, is now loading. freightFor

to performVe that Urtik Pilgrim,,Drinkwater; fm Boston. of the market served_up in 'the best style. Novelette by MISS E. LESLIE, who con- F only apply tbJan"
joe of ihe country when we siy: wt :S.ir Laura Jane Delano, fm New York. The BAR is now and wilt at all times be kept tribut, to every No. .. .. A. N. KAY &Co
'have that confidence, which amounts to assurance JIm n 2-SbipJinn'y Lind. Bragdon fm Bnstrn. N. P. WILLIS .
supplied with the choicest Wines Liquors, and .Original Scriptural Poetry. "' .
that be "iII'not mistake now. Jan 3-Ship! France, Nichols, fm Charleston. T. S ARTHUR BY WILLIAM D. M. New York.
who contributes .
Cigars. A continuation of the liberal custom to every No., ". .1
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Patriot. 4-Ship Medona Ames, fm Boston. : Governor 0 THE schr. LAMARTINE, Turner.
Baltimore heretofore bestowed is solicited. : illustrative of .Croom 's Sketches of American of Florida.IT'HEREAS -- I
respectfully ;
Schr Louisa Sears, Seare fm New Orleans. Character. master, will take a* few bales on deck.
Steamer Allen JOHN PARTRIDGE: 0 The State of Florid, by an AcT '
fm Chaitahoochee.
Quincy ,
TOILPttTINE.-Tbe Savannah Georgian Steamer Eufaula, Barnet. from Columbus'!' December 9, 1848. S We intend merely to give' notice of our intentions i I fY of the General Assembly, approved January For which, apply A N.to McKAY I & Co.

Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, fm Columbus. for next year. leaving to others long: adver- : Glh, 1&-IS, entitled, An Act to define and settle Jan .' .

filVS : Steamer Fashion, Ca'dwallader, fm Columbus. UNITED STATES I. ,. tisenentsfull of sound and fury, signifying' (! the boundary between the State of Florida and &Q.

.' Some of odr'citizens have doubtless al. Steamer Southerner, Shaw, from Columbus. Wholesale Viofliiug Warehouse, noth4n3.; .. Alabama," hath ratified and confirmed thc agree For -"- .

already<< known that a company of plantersIn Steamer Boston, Gner, from Columbus. 1 Agreeably, the practice of last 'earthe publisher I ment made between the respective Commissionersof -,'- THHinne Al hip. JiN h.t' -- -

LiberlY county have gone quite extensively Steamer M A :\Moore, McCall.) fm Eufaula. LEWIS &. .liANFORDNos.2 ;': w =:11 issue as good a number each month as the said States, in reference to said} boundary : the R-q n, master, will have dispatch lor
above
into the Turpentine business. We Steamer Emily, Roland fm olumbus. lie dj> :s, in January. This is a novel feature in i Jlnd whereas the said agreement by the said pert.. Ftr dtck freight orpas.iugi
Steamer Peytona Morton from 2 &: 256 'Pearl Street ', apply to ;
Columbus.
learn, through a member of Steamer H S M icp-ne; publishing. During the whole o1 -last I Commissioners, halh been ratified by the Stale of
are pleased to Smith, Stapler, Columbia.! Jan 4 ROGFRS Co.
that that their prospects are now (Between FulloJ)-$ and Burling Slip,) year l he 'gave more engravings and more reading i .Alabama: : the evidence is filed in the office '0 &

: company They have lately' procured Cleared. JVEW YORK. matter than any of his contemporaries, and will of t the Secretary of t the State of Florida : For Providence. .

very fleering. and in active operalion, Dec 29-Bark John Drower HAVE: ON HAND THE LARGEST ASORTMJNT O'F continue to do so next year. Those who subscribe I Now, THEREFORE, I, WlLLIAM D. MoSELEY, Tillsuperior: ship MANCO. Fish,
New York put ,Tolford. (Boston, '
Trom to GODEY'S LADY $ BOOK, ,do so under Governor of the State of Florida in
The by N J Deblois. CLOT'lIIlVG: 0 may I pursuance maQter, will sail in a few 'dats fir- the
a still for the distillation of the spirits. Bark Lion, Henry, for Providence by Harper f'IN the assurance!' that they will receive more for and by virtue of the third section of the Act of _above port. For deck :apply to
still weighs uver IVO'thousand pounds the fc Holmes and C Rogers & Co. .T" "EUNITED !: I their money in the ]Magazine alone, than by subscribing !I the General Assembly of this State aforesaid, do Jai 4 C. frtizh Co.

copper ketlle weighing nines hundred, and Jan 3-Fr ship( France, llaelewyck, for Ilivre,, STATES. ; to any other work. To tinis i added I proclaim the line agreed upon by (he Commissioners .- & -

'the worm twelve hundred. The whole cost by :S: Casiu. Adapted to the Soutiern: tiiid 'Soulhucsftrn: Mar- and included, in HIP same $3, the LADY'S DOLLAR aforesaid, and defined by the said Act, 1vcuty Dollars I3eward.

.of it was a thousand dollars. We wish them Schr Chipola, Grierson, (for New Orleans. ketst! NEWSPAPER, which contains in one I approved January 61 h, 18IS to be the boundary RANAWAY from the undersigned on

.all success, in an enterprise which will be month nearly if not quite as much reading mat : between the Stares aforesaid, and that it hall be t. the 17th) Nnvembei 1.I t, the ful lowing ile-
ter as the other monthlies, making for $3, the henceforth deemed and taken by all the authorities .
most important in its effect upon the /general List of Vessels in Port. In the article of. fSHIRTS II rntid) Negro Man, named CHARLE.I
amount of of month. ar.d people of this State the
reading 1.\\0 magi/ale's a as true and only I He i H 5 feet 6 7 inches
of the State and the business of or t5 years
'prosperity. SHIPS. .AND DRAWERS, THERE ARE PECULIARITIES about Guley's: La bound.iry line between the States of Florida and old, and weighs 140 or 145 lbs one or Iwo teeth

'our city. Mortimer Livingston, BnrMon, 7-19 tons, fm New We keep an endless variety. dy's Book for the ladies that no other Magazine I Alabama to wit : The line commencing on the rut belou in I front. I will ; above reward

-- -- .. York, waiting-I M Wright ALSO THE MOST EXTENSIVE BIANUFACTUfcERS 01OIL possesses.! : : There is a Mezzotint and Line Engraving Chattahoochee River near a place known as Ir.win's for his liVt'lhe.
.. .
-' delivery to if confir I
---- me, rr$10 so can .
Jinny Lind. Bra don, 532 tons, for Boston loading
in each number-both.by the biM artists.In Mills," and running West to the Perdido, him and all '
COMMERCIAL. get reasonable
-C Rogers & Ca. CLO IIING pay ex|>rr rt-
addition to these, there. are given monthly I marked throughout::; by blazes on the (tiees: andalst
France, Nichols, 441 tons fm Charleston waiting J. B
AND what other Cof! red Fashion ) by mounds of earth thrown 0 EVERE.lIarianla.
the
-- --- -Master.Medona no magazine gives-a upon hn!', atlsfaIIces Dec. 16, 1 ,45.
Cotton Statement. I Last Ames: 399 tons, fm New York, wail COVERED :HATS Plate, with a full description This featureis ( of one mile, more or k"s. from each .
vir.Slock ing-Master. In the World peculiar to Godey as no other work has 1 them other am: } comir.o.ily: known as the "Mound ip $ Uesst.

n hand l ept. 1, 1848..-:-.-;:o07Rrcrivrd 578 Ann (iraMi.!' (Hr ) \Villiams, 377 tons: fm Liverpool every month. and colored. Then theicare Caps, Line," or Silicon's. Line," and by 1 these natres TIE Dwelling IIU f lattly oc) lpifd
..........< ) Master. Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all hnifi Bonnets Chemisettes distinguished from another .
|MM' 3 days' J501pievioublv I waning Equestrianism- for Ladies line above,running irregularly ."V I Udtr>igr: 'Itrius iftmuu. .
., ..... .... : 1 Manco. Fish! 350 t'-ns, for Pr widence, loadinc; LEWIS & IIANFORD, with Engravings.!: The Lad:: u s' Work T.ible at different! di!i:>tancesiiot( exceeding cne dating. Apph to 0

Total.41931 12056 : C Rogers & Co. N jS. 232;) & 256 Pearl st. with d design knittins.nettin) !, ciotchel, and a half! milts) from the Mound, Line," and B. S. HAWLEY,

EXI\lJrled! .1101't.3 d..t1......... 1094 Robert Pdiien Fulton, 376 tons for Boston, loading Dec. 2S, 1849. x 8.3mTHE and all other kinds of woik. Patterns f for marked by blazes only and known as the *' Upper 1', v 2: Ctfn"'u I lex k.
.... .... .. .91K> -NJ Deblois.
I'revloulr:: "
Chair Window Line, Cofl 'e's 1.ine"lit
Smoking Caps, Covers Cnrtaii.s, or
TOtal.10276 4G5S: Leopard, Hopkins, 5SS tons, for Boston, loading-
Subscribers
have hand and ofiir for .
:! on To Rent. <
N J Deblois.Waver'y D'Ojle/s, .Purges, Bags, &c..c. health hand testimony whereof, I have hereunto
Y> hand and oh 1sui.bnard.nolclPiut'd! 31655 7398 Robertson, 529 tons, for Liverpool, loading on liberal terms- Beauty, with Engravings. Model C /ttages, with set my hand and caused the! great selSE'AL. STORES ;, {C.'lumbusllrckar.d?

.n. ----- ..--._ ---- -J C Maclay.Nebraska. SUGAR hhds and :50 bbls N. Orleans; ground plans, and other engravings! alwa. illustrative [ .] of the State to be af xeil. Done at s4'-j 13 Wattr street } te'Tu-.4ap.ly To
-of- Cotton-- from- --- ApMncliicolas --! Tonne, 5Jfi tons loading-I Wright 10 boxes Wofilseys &. Stuait's l loaf; cf something useful. Music, autiully! the Capitol, in the city ol Tallahassee, !11:; Nov J 1 lOR E, STONE. C(>.
Exports I'erMdt, ((13r) Hall, 593 tons for Liverpool loading FLOUR-100 bbls supafiiie St Louis and Ohio ; tinted which he taken this 2lh of ------ --- -
: -* 'l. 1, ISIS. 'isd :C-1mf' ti-* _In 1 (17I printed on paper, may out day October A D., ISIS. "Warranted lo Cure.
.;__"alI"llc.l-I. -- : -Hill, Dawson & 'Co. COFFEE-50 sacks Rio Vid Maracaibo; arid bound. Colored Modern Cottages and ColoredFimvtr W. D. MOSELEY, Governor.A. OSTER COXE'S S.tithtr

WIIITHER KXI'.1RTI3 I| Past days'I-lfirevi.'!ouslyHavre .' tIseasnn1iVet'O'l /I f..I-r !1 HAI.O.UKS.Pilgrim t: MOLASSES WHISKEY bbls bbls new crop ; Pieces occasionally. These are .ill extra E. MAXWELL: Secretary ofSrite. C conipoutidtd& trrm genuine tucdu-inta (-I cur Tonic uwn
no and halt bbls
Drinkwater 2)8! tons/m ; Godey, a'nj to be found in other November II, 1848.
) Boston waiting : no Magazine.Tiesc
forests a pe'fc-ct ar.d Lstir.j cure fir levtr and
.... .... .... ...99j..993: : .1443 LARD-5 bbls and 10
i J ..... ..... .... ... .. .... .. .... .. ... -Master. : .' SOAP-SO boxes pale, kegs yellow: ; and white : were all given last year, and will heron c All--papers-_in__the__ttate_ will__p-i 'a'' 4 limesDrugs ale; aiul lor being I the l bef, TonIC in eases tif
XanteTrieste......... ....". .... .......... ...... .. ..... Mersey, McDonald.J 372 tons, for Liverpool, loading STAHCH-1U boxes ; t limed. addition), we shall have in every No., and general debit ity or.ueukness: row knowh.loraJe
medicines.ri
...... .... .. .. .. Day & Co. Colgate's ; ole: of"CROOME'S .
......: ... ..819 ri by [April 27] F ABELL.
.<,.t e1)oa1,. ...'.. ....... ..J.......... ....... .. HHJG5.Win : PORK-20 bbls mess and prime ; SKETCHES OF AMERICAN: ; subscriber has just received from ew _I
,
Olh.r1h.ll'ls....... .... .. ...... ....... ... ... L Jones, Tyler 220 tons:: for New York, HEEF-20 bbls prime CHARACTERISTICS, JL York, per brig Virginia, a large and fresh iJIFF'AT'SLIFE( PILLS AND PHCEMX

Total to l-or. Ports. ,....993'. .L'. ....,1:1.)).. .2292 loading-A N McKay & Co. TOBACCO-50 bxs and hf bxs favorite brands; A most amusing; series, now first ahei/to the stock of Drugs and Medicines, and all articles Jy1 BITTERS, just received and f.r -It by
.! ----- -'- *-'- BACON-5 casks sides and haUls; American public. These will be illustrated in usually kept in his line, to which he re- Nov 21 J C ALLEN
i.N"'or1 I t ..... ....1:. ..*..1..1 2 .] !25 1S21: MACCARONI boxes Italian pecllilly: call the attention of his woul and
,
iR.ijton :()f! .2Ti7 ..9:17.los: 110 : FOIL CALIFORNIA !llr1'j VERMICELLI-5 do do ; ; erery S. Arthur No. by a .Story from the powerful I pen of T. the public generally.Nov Thompson'** CoinpoiiudSyrnp. of
,
:"))rtvitLce..b" ) : .... underfilled I desirous of making a CRANBERRIES: Esq."THE 4 Tar and Wood ftaptha,
1;i):aiU l'ltiniaOilipri .... ....... .... ..... ..31i.. ..... 1 up quarter bbls ; CHANGES OF FASHION," H 1' ABELL. the ot f chronic bron
of 2'J able core u, ,
H tll in"rp. .... .. ": .: :1);' .. I. .:... company healthy, men, to go to DOMES I ICS-25 bales sheetings and shirtings; !Illustrated! .by Fay Robinson, Esq This series Seedsl FOR consuiuptn
Niw Or.l".ln .. ..... ...j... ..lli'.l644} ': .. .743. California, who will each contribute $;j Of O cash, OSNABURGS bales Lowell and Geoigia; will he very interesting; to the? ladies. Seeds Seeds il i.. a-tliun.uhooping (r.t lipalpitation' .
">rta.Toul :!.... ... ...t...., /' for a j-iint stock of 10,000) to purchase a schooner GLASS 20 bxs:! assorted:: sizes; "THE APPLICABILITY OF THE FINE GARDEN Seeds, just receivedai.d for sale by ot fie heart, itvt r comj:hints; and ulleclioiis of

Coa.twi..p... -: mi; .-n_ ...92-3; 1 ;j;; and cargo fllr the port of San_ Krar.sisco, will I RAISINS-100 whole, fif and qr boxes;H ARTS TO DOMESTIC: USES," : I F ABELL. the : '
\ Feb I') J A
from desirous
receive proposals? parties of engagi BUCKWHEAT kegs new ( IJ.rN.
; Is another series of in Potash.
Engravings now
-
TOT\L-r ... .. .1.10-27'i .' preparation
: ; : ) .4f ), i i in it. Immediate appli I i I" he made L.J\fONDS-20a ;
a ion to
ig pounds; and will be published during the year. LBS just received and for sale by Blank Books and Stationery.
..
000
: W. 'I' \TEREL, BUTTER: :> Oshn and Western '
legs
'
: ; COTTAGE FURNITURE. Nov 4 F BELL. Journals, Day Books & "
iaseer.! ., I FRANCIS KOPMAN. CHEESE-20 b\:* English dairy ; intend I LEDGER > '
Slaving given so many Model. Cottages, we Foolscap and Letter
I'M ;ie'a'ner.'VI 1 :A lc\.II.-n) t 1on's i 1.11and; A p ahrhicob._J.>;..4, 1 ISI'J. BRANDY: hf:pipes; ; Otafd, Denuv & Marlel ; m\v! to commence the publication of Cottage Congress Spring Waiter, Cotton Memorandum Books Paper; .-
'N-TVM ti. \?:.. \Iivili .:U'l Tyint. :Mi,...- TiMinil, LEMONS-5 boxes Sicily received, and lor sale by ;
/ :\.r..t'I:1. All n*, ) ; Furniture very necessary ppt'i.dige' it, a JUST Ship and River Bills Lading; .
MiJ Cariiii! *, )tiE Cirqil< :Milton Smith, WINEs':-20 d.i superior) Maderia an.l: i Sherry 11 J. C. ALLEN.
; ; Boooks lor Letter Press.
"-r"rH"h'l'I' J! v-. > Bill for Divorcc.Suinnah Collage.RELIGION r

IVr Mr.uncr; :-;Snutiu-rner, II SpencerV F Allarst j ALE-dozen pale; AND HISTORY.Oir Dyscntary Cordial.DD. Bank Bills ot Exchange and Checks
: i It"r.!! : Uefendaiit not having plead, answered,. Pickles. Sauces, Olive, Brandy ( l'Ow ties and superior Artists, Walter, Tucker, Pease' WOODRUFF'S Dvsentary Cord:al, j->t Just and for sale by .

i t Pertiinir no.lnl-"i-. H.( gers, Miss "I'l rl'IIJo ('Vmui'ied! to com.l.iinant's] hill.. :,'tpr .1ni'notce Candy. a full assortment. aid Welch, are now engaged upon a set of plates received and for sale by March 1 H. F. ABELL. .
linersr: T Woorj, C I IHV C. A. GREEN fc Co. 0
Alvrf illustrative of the two subjects. Dec
: ol'the filing thereof, given by pblicationall1 9 H F tBELL.Stai'eii.
'IVrte.imr Ft"l lii.i i 11l'V Conner and: ladrHH"r. Dec 29 5-2: Water street. OUR MUSIC. Sulphate Quinine. ;
Ihe aid bill of and the .
Mt, .. complaint matters fresh
(\ ".f' % "
'! irtonIVr supplyjnt rt-Ct-ived.ard!
1 ,..t" iiii,*r Qitnrv-A* WhidjinV? Barher therein stated having been taken for confessed Ad\' u.ccs. Prepared expressly for us-mostly original, and /COLGATE'S best Pearl for ALAPGEaad t ',.
Starch
.'J OTu'lor. Al'-\.inder Ash, MrLiunJrr: Mr Car: against, 1 said defendant! : on motion of Solicitorl THE sulscri'ets.will. make liberal cash ad. beautifully printed, has long commanded a d.-<-:- Dec 'J F sale bv Set; 23 J C ALLEN
a\\MV. Wood l Iur; cnmpijinarit' it is ordered that said on consignments! : ol Cotton to their ded preference over that of any other Magazine. I ABELL.

P.-r 't-diiiT Viola-:Mr Wilcov.i *ct: r fgr fieanng the l first day of Ihe cause'I : fder1d n Liverpool::' New York. lti is a feature in The Book. Lost, 0 SchUltz Powders. ; f

Per "" c'"m"r I IvtfiiuU-Mibd :\l.dY A Hardrrdii,, nt tliVd Court and that notice! of such' hearing I Dec 23 J DAY & Co. TIlE LITERARY CHARACTER OF GO ON ''Vedne-,l '.x last r, on Water street a IA. 9nos.S Seidlit/ Powili-Mtfial, ate fresh,jUi

;Mi""irr Tiiu,. i L I Il'trJniui I b' iven lo lie defendant by (he ;publication of a DEY'S LADY BOOK. :')NtC 1JR1 AST-PIN, Enamel ,. receivedand for sale by
IVr tr! ''iner Qiii-\Ir.: ilmr and family', City Lots, With such .writers 'as Miss Leslie, Grace Greenwood finder be lihci t .
this i
11 ropy of order once a week for t the space ot wil ally rewarded by nt n.ismi e April 13. J C ALLEV.Swayn .
nAirPer JirjMj.ter: 15 H"GI;i-ier; H J Davis, C Swreti, three; months prior to the first 1 day of the next t FOR Lease!' or Pale, J for which warrantee deeds W. G. Simm.s, MrsEllet, T. S. Aitl.ur! same vv. A. 'V-JOi: A Ilistar's.

term, i in Uie Commercial Advertiser, a ncw be given. Apply to Mrs E. Oakes Smith, Mrs. J. C. Neal, H. T. Dec. 2, IS- .
pa- OMPOUND
Pvi'a.-\1r
4..inlI.r Tholl1a and
oi Wild
... faiaily ; Dec 28 H. G. (GUY' N. Tockerrnan, H. W. Herbert, &c., the author off -- C Syrup Cht-rrjust received .
published in the of I
fcrvant, Mr'1 (u n)f.i"'it. rHld, f'd! r rva nf. MINN; pet city Apalachicola. Gold Pens Gold Pens : and for sale by .
i.''ckhart. ('..IJ) I Ii It". \1aj| DiuuunouH; II Lot)?, A COli'1.; l. V \I..I L H:AI'!, < I l.rk. Loaf Su ar. :ie Widow Bedott, Professor Frost t, Bryant, Longfellow the htes.t aid most Feb 17 F ABELL.

W n II Tail.mn. Ga>kin, Em mutE, I'itihtraldllirdw.sv : DecemluT 19, 1 1' IA. 40H'nSlicrilF's : LBS Steam Kefincd, for sale by Holmes-and a 1iost of others-mu>t always OF received, and for sale by approved stile, just I _
{ HrownIVr )000 take the lead in literary merit.
... Dec Nov 13 Chloroform -
2S D B WOOD. J C ALLEN. ,
kteatinrSiiirh-II K'nirReceipts .. __ ., Sale. TERMS: '
I _. .. -- HTJ ED pure, ju-t rtceived and lor
-- -
: BY virtue of a t\ sit ol lien lacia issued from I For Sale. For Ihree Dollars we will send the Lady's S1111 If. sale. .l1

fom.the Interior.Pr I the Clerk's o'fficp! of the Clicuit Court for L'TflKt S of superior BU'I er, of La- look, containing more reading than any other SCOTCH and Macaboy, in bottles and blad Nov IS J C ALLFN.W -
"'liMinrI 1 A \\ullr"-:2-m tit! ,. cotton to A Franklin county, Western Circuit of Florida, I '2 5 I ham's Dairy." ... nonthly, and the Lady's:! Dollar Newspaper published received and for sale by 0 .

N McK..y .\: Co; Iff ir> W A -V.I'.C Kaiiu .77 to ud $".ifle directed', where.iu Hiram Nourse i is Dec 28. NOURSE, STONE & Co.Iron "lyvice a month, which contains as much Feb 17 1 F' ABELL. The Indians' Elixir. _

LooKh. M \ Ycwipsf: ; 26ojv.Wyhe & McKeozie plaintiff; and John B. Maurean and Louise Pel- reading as any of the $3 periodicals of the daTiaking >- CERTAIN remedy for and liver, for

1j.h1..i IVr i",,.<91 Ntn III(>r\V..t BifrtorY' c Btll\IIj1:>U 1)tll"! ;'I rolljj to \'i\V.A.V to N" J Ifvisin'. defendants! : I have levied upon and will Nails, Steel, &c. three publications in one month, or il the Perry Duvis' Fain 'Kilcl; A sale by chi .

X' Kaiii; 46:; in \ *t MclC..y !c CM; 31 ''to Mr.id: Jc oiler fur sile: before the Court Hou-: door in the 30 TONS weeds: : American and EnglishIron subscriber prefers the following :Jlendid engravings FOR sale by J Feb 3._. ._J C A4LEN. .

Ch""v'r '_ '!'II .", '. city (Apalachicola' [ on the first t Monday in Kebruuv assorted sizes. ; to the Lady's:! Dollar Newspaper, (although Dr. IVootli'Mif Dysenzasy'Coi
POr tirNIP".r.oltLh: (>rn ijr-331: bales: cotton j. toIVr : n-xt: 1849, within the legal hours the fol- 30 dozen Brade's Hoes; we would not advise it, as engravings: cannot be JLcinoif

.tI4r.1! .thetis.7' h' A 1'JcKIiY .'. Co. flO lov\intf property: to wit : Lot No 10, block F, 20 dozen Crown do; sent through the mail without being crushed oi. Syrup.IJ dial, S _
lit :311.1. IX Ch..H'r;. 84 toVli.. ': 1.cK..nzi..; rf-'coiid: ) rangl', in t the city of Apalachicola, levied 10: dozen Shovels and Spades; greased,) we will send the beautiful.plate containing 'cl RAY'S superior Lemon syrup,justrec iud FOF Diarrhxca. Dv.-entary, Cholera Morbu-,
1910J.D.Ix; st': 6; 't1oJi'iclhuiti: & 'nun 100 Nail assorted / lor sale by 0 0 Iniantnm! and summer complaint of
; upon; a< h.e property of said defendants, and to kegs !sizes; the portraits of Harriet Newell, Fanny
tt'-ite, 14JIlfl-T.i7S i b1IircoLI.fl lo Lock- 500 lbs Cast and German Steel Feb! 17 H F ABELL.iVew children, for sale by 0 :
be stud lusutiily said wilt of fi.-ri facias. ; 'orre -ter, Mrs.tSrewart: Mrj. Ann H. Judson -
luri fc I .IIIII' !;: 173 to llill, OawMiii A: Co; 21 lo 20 doz Collin's Axes Feb 3 0 J. C. -LLEX.
JOHN and 'and
AX; icKayArro LUCAS, Sheriff. Georgia Kentucky Mrs. E. B. Dwight and the plates of Chri-t Publications 9

", ,lVr.Mai lJI..r Q-iinev I ;-c 12) 5iW: cotton to Lock- By B. LUCAS Deputy. pattern; Weeping over Jerusalem, The Opening of the 00 VOLUME JUst received, and for sale lufusion Jars.. .

11. II A: Vouf\, :?} t,, .\-.N. \cRy.c Co 2 m w Apalachicola, Dec. 29, 1S4S.SIierifT's 2 boxes Cotton Cards:! ; Sepulchre, Deliverance of St. Peter, and The A FEW Infusion Jars-evtry family should .

O Porter 5s:: Co: 2 do', ifi t bin) tobacco to 1 Is :B llaw' 4 do Coffee Mills; Rebuke. If preferred to the Newspaper orpldtes Nov 4 H. F. ABELL. have one-for ssle by

Je-y .. .. .. ,. a Sale. 10 kegs 5 and U inch" Spikes ; for sale.by we will send Miss Leslie's Novel of Amelia, and April_13___J_C -LLEN. _
Peer Hpanier 'lola2 fiales 'cnt lion to W A WILL sell on Ihe first Monday in February C. A. GREEN & Co. any three of Mrs. Grey's or Miss PiC'CIIIIJ'1;: p 0 Soaps.

&. PC Kiln ; I III I 1 to 11:11: ,' 4)t\Voilln -V C Co; 101 to I_ ;ie\t,_at the usual hours.of sale, in front of the Dec 28 52 Water street. pular novels. LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps, jut Dry: Goods. .
JC Machy: loa() fi NT J IVIil.ufi9 1'1 Lockhart A and tot sale I by Ticking, Cotton 0,nahurg*,
.. Market House, Apalachicola being the usual Boots and Shoes For Five Dollars we will send two copies of .tC'ti".t DRILLINGS
'4 Younr; 3dk X,6"i, Stone & Co 35 to A N ?, Jeans: Flannel.-, Blankets
p.
; H-F
ol holding Court for the of Franklin the Book and set of the each ABELL. !
place county Lady's a plates to .
Molv & OR SALE the
y ; Co 13 :I" ;im. V Chee\er F by package, by TweEh. Shirtincjs, Slteoihgs, Clucks,
IVr BtPHincr! Loiu*-10') bil..s cotton 10 N .1 D.. the undivided interest of Benjamin S. Haw- Nov IS D B WOOD. subscriber. 0 Yeast and Soda Powders of the Ginghams, Calicoes; DeSants: &e
,
)Noj*; 193 inj C: Mrfchy: 172 to A N McKav 5c !11">' in and to lots 2, block Dl, fronting on Water For Ten Dollars we will send five copies of SEIDLITZ for sale by B. Hosiery, &C

p'c'I: ; 8 lo 'Lockh itt A; Young' ; 10 to \Vylie & Mcvenzie : ilrc'ft, ')einj ll-2lhsol() !aid lot ; also, lots 2 and To Rent. the Lady's Book, and a copy to (Ihe person sending July n J. c ALLEN. Foraleby ELLISON. & CO
Dec 9. ,
Cor.
; 21 to Sjin \: I'h-i-ver. :3, bI"ek 26; al IIlol 9, block 1 ; lot 1, block 20 ; PART of the Fireproof Store No. 21 Water the Club and a set of plates to each. 0 Waif arl' .; M -u

-, f',.r rirtoiier 1''lfotul.l-7'Sfj: belt's,
s flci\.t"* Q'J,: J5-f l. 4Vy.! \ McK"nzie, ; IS to and 17, block (HI totrc-ther with the improvement Nov 18SCOTCH and i a set of Plates to each subscriber and a copyof Life Pills, : BIlLS Champagne>, l'ir si le b' '
50
:
I'.r: ,". .' \ Co;; 21 In I 1. FOR
0
; lialt-8 Win
Jj 4: Porter iner 5c Q'"UC--fJ c' inn I.c.' t'-.e! fi. fas. herein referred to-Ihe sjtne being Snuff, in Bladder) for sale by For One Dollar we will send the Lad."' Book 8 JOALLEN. --
Co. 6 ) to J Day A: (>t; I II to Sim* As Shirtings and Prinls, b> the
t) "u"r; 24 to A McKiv: !c Co: 6 to D L (i RdW levied on as; the property of t 1'cnjaminS.: Hawley ; !II. F. BELL 4 4 months, and for 25 cents any one No. Postageto low for cash by

v; 36 lo Wyhf \z McKenzie; : : 12 to II J Davis In satisfy two fi. (.IS. i'!' uiiK out of the Circuit School Rooks be paid on all orders. sling Taekcl. baleanl. B. ELLISON & CO. .

PerHr' "rper Ctnil-201; hales cotton lo W A Court of Franklin County-in one of said fi fas. TJ'ORalihy Address, L. A. GOD".V, A'JOOD; a-. just received and for sale Dec 9. Gcr. Water and Chestnut sts .

& PC K.uu.100; to Hill D-ivvson & Co; 7810 J Ce' r.i &. Camming being plaintiffs, and Benjamin L1 0 J13 Chestnut: street, Philada. -- _
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C Maclay; 25\o( $J.lJc l..is. Hawley defendant, for the. principal) sum of 17 II }F ABELL. With any newspaper; giving the above a few D .1 C ALLEN Tauiicrs' Oil,

Per Meaniej 1 iPSton4-8l6 bales cotton to Lock- $527 96, besides interest from 22d December) Woodruff's. Worm Specific, insertions we will exchange. F; 'fl.:' by 0

ban & Young; 44 to A N XfcKav & Co: 131 low ISIS, and costs. In the other, Mil.s i I & Everettto SAF1and efli'Merjt remedy for worms, for School Books. DeJ 30 B. ELLISON ,S? Co.
Mustard.
H Kimbrough & .Son. 9p.Sims ,.V Ch ever A lARGE assortment of School Books: just
; the sale by A
and
of Charles Miles .
Wood "
use plaintiff', Benjamin "lu'C.
131 to Hill DHWMHJ & SPLENDID article of "
Co; 7 to Wylie & McKenlie. Ground Milliard, in received and for sale by
S. Hawley defendant, for the principal sum Fob, 3 J CALLEN A Covers Painted PaiN
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'S tin boxes, for sale by 0 Dec 9 J. C. ALLEN. BARREL Tubs, FIruJ _
Per ftfame H 8 sniij.h-312 bales} cotton to of $301 12, besides interest! from 22d .December, Cologne and Bay Waters, ..\"r,127 H F ABELL.M ..- .Iesurt., Tra\a, Axheie! Bucket,
mrpr & Holmes: 296 to J C .V..uIIt232 to A N 1845, and co-its. Property pointed out by plain' a large and well selected assortment .., 0 Pet'clssiol Caps, Ihoos&c? "c suit bv .
McKay & Co! IG2 in W A & r.c K"in 123 B tiff. Terms cash: .. WITH OFFAT'S "- i...
; ; lo :' Perfumery, both French and.German LIFE PILLS AND PHffiNIX FO' I. 0 .. B. ELLISON & Co. .
EHiHon Pr Ac Co; 61 to ( itJ"Ql1"Kn! ; > : & Co I. JOHN LUCAS Sheriff. embracing every variety. of Extracts of the BITTERS, just received and for sale by ". f J C ALLEN.Vermifuge. Dec 9. Cor. Water.and Chestnut sts.uiu1nc. .
!: box Kaf-hipn\ .froni Albnny-227 hales cotton I jjy fi. LUCAS, Deputy. Nov 28 H. F. ABELL -
to Sirtj & CHrevwt most pleasant flavor now in use, for, sale by Drug Ut.Brushes. 0 / ( 0 '
15 lo J H A: J .M Hull. l :
January. 2. 1819.consignee ,. Nov 18 J.c ALLEN. WINER'S Canadian Vermifuge,for sale by OZ. Sulp. Qui me, just rereivtd ,ar.d for
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.. Exports. : of Goods marked A. B., per 7 4 Boots and Shoes. Tf AIR., Hat, Clothes, Teeth.Nail and Shaving .. I F .ABELL. sale by _

H.yn EPt'r fK ip'( ..Frdnc993 bal! rntlon. THE Edward, from New York, will please JUST received, and now opening at Store No. XI Brushes, for sale by Storage, April 27 I F ABELL.
mteTON-p( : hd'tk John Urower-9lr. bale Feb 24 0H F ABELL. -
coium make himself known to .. Block- IN Fire Proo1" store No. 21 Water sh et, by : Shaving Hoses. .
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PKOVIDENCE-Per bark Lion1049'bales WM. G. PORTER &. Co.; 2 cases fine Patent Leather Shoe, Congress Water. Nov 25. D. B. \VOQD. L.GE and cheap iol er Shaving Boxes,
cotton. ? Jan 4, 184k.: 41 Water street. 2 do do Gloth Gaiters, patent leather JUST received fresh; and for sale by 0 A iu>t received and for sale by

NEWpRLEANS-PeruchrChipok-ioib'ales heel and toe, I II F ABELL. Saddler &c. DecO : F A .

ollhrii; 21$, box..tlltnbIlCr.o. : Notice: 2 cases fine Taylor Tyes, SADDLES, paterns and qualities, I DELL
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.-.. --;" .: THE Copartnership heretofore existing Undei 1 do Pegged Boots DT JAYNES' celebrated.Family' Medicines, curb and Sriatlle bits, The Protection Co. of
Ilslu'afce
-- -- firm of J. D. ATKINS &.Co, isthisday 1 do White Kid Slippers. .- received, and :or sale by ", Saddle Bags, New ,
II. .
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: Jersey.
tfiMMrssujr Taylor, dissolved by mutual consent. All persons indebted ALSO : O-t J C ALLEN. Martingales and Whips, for sale by subscriber being appointed by Ihe above

No. 2i Water MERCHANT ; to the late firm will please make payment A lot of Ready Made Clothing* low for Cash. Fresh Vest Powders, WM. G. PORTER &. Co. TIE their aent for ,this city i is now _

Dee 23. 48-6m) : Street, to the Undersigned, who will continue Ihe Grocery Nov 25 JNO.. S. HUTCHINSON. JUST received and for sale by :. Dec 30' _41 Water street. prepared to take Fire and.Marine Risk '

.ripalach'icola I I.--_ Fd.; I busineSS ort his ov n account,.at No. 53; Water Bacort. arid Flour 9 J C AELKN.; Oil Cloths and Carpets. May 11, 1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL. _

J. i. FxRfiloR. ii.-' street.; HENRY YOUNGS. CASKS Bacon, clear sides Coffee. I PCS OilCloth, 1 and 2 yards wide;
Mccui.iFarrj ; I
,- r & iti cd'ly' ; Apalachicola 14, 1849. 10 25 bbls. St. Louis Flour, very fine, just received 200 SACKS RIO, landing and for sale by JL J 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; Piles. ..

COMMISSION MERCHANTS: Insurance.rpHEjubscribeWj on consignment: and for sale by Nov 18 D WOOD.. 2 Stair D1TCHETTS celebrled Spanish SpecificiforH _
; .
[Feb 24 F AEEEL'. .
I JNO.S. HUTCHINSON 10 Tufted Rugs, ] .
Si Gravief ,
slreel .
; A cents for The Etna InJ. Clothing. -
Dee 29_New Orleans. sura rice Co.,"" ''The Protection I Insiirame Nov 25 No 2 Columbus Block. I FOR sale on consignment, a large invoice of Dec For 30 sale by 'WM. G. PORTER 41 Water&, street.CO. Joy to the World. _

Co ,"and "The'Hartford Insurance," of HHI-| For Sale. 1 ly made clothing, by the package, by PERRY VA VI 'S 1'ain Killer, just rceive

! GROCER Edward ITIcCullr, : ford. Conn., are prepared to take Fire, Inland( MAHOGANY Counting House Desks. Apply I Nov 18 D B WOOD. Lancets. sale, wholesale and retail, by

AND COMMISSION'IERCIIANT: and Marine Risks on as favorable terms as any 2 to B.JS. HAWLEY, Lotion. and Thumb Lancet, just; received S.pt 23 THOS. E- GRAY, Agent. .
No. 28 Water street. I _
SPRING .
good office. J DAY & Co. N v 25 Columbus Block. sale -
Nov / RANVILL'S Lotion received and for by .
!...... Apalach cola, Fa: just Itazors.-
28 .
Dec 1848.
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Provisions. vJT sale by Feb 24 H F ABELL.
Henry Youngs DecO J ALLEN. __ WADE &BUTCHAR'S and Roger I Son's'
and Pork for sale by I Razors for sale'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, .. Notice. BEEF 25 D. B. WOOD Panacea. Bjr-
No. 53 Water street, weeks after date I will apply to the Hon. -- Chloride of Soda, SWAIM k HOUCK'S Panacea, just received Feb 21 I F A PELL.2ydri .

bee 2S Apahchicola Fa.. SIX of Prob'afe';.for Calhoun county, Flor.: Advances JUST received and for sale by sale by I static Ink' l '
ida, for letters ot administration on the estate of undersigned will make liberal advances I t" 9 J C ALLEN. Feh 17 F A r.LHATsad : : .. .1 !,.UI\,

Georgian Osnabergs,. I William G. Kelly deceaied, late( of paid county. THE Cotton consigned! to; hi* friends in Liverpool 7 Giiitars.awfVioliiss, _Caps by the'astlow I fur cash. 1'B. 0 .' AFfc.Wdri| ,' ;iuiic Ftp l.h".1 I 1', ::. r., f r c!. _ _

r.i.:Ll7., HENRY. YOUNGS,' MATILDA L. KELLY. .. I, Glasgow, Havre Boston or New York. TJ'ORsaleby ,. ELLISON & CO. Pap Sandltxrs Clasps, \YfcifcUts i ti* Hrm b >, 'd:,
wilt
SS Water streett;. December 25, J 848. 48-6w Nov UT D/B WOOD. .L1' Dec 9 -. J C,ALLEN. Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st. Nov 18 &fgr J C ) ,. _

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mailer whether the result of inherent cause or vuse3 Tax IGllJLY imPOHTANT WORK n.ay: not only be irorthlets, but dangtromf MI
Collector's Sale. ,
cade produced by irregtil tnty, illness or acci KT) Y virtue of law Child-Bii-tli infringements of the copyright'are' prosecuted;
nt. Nothing be (ho authority in mo vested b.t ::::__ __ : and chea's will only sell abridged or altered
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invigorating effecton the human frame. Perjj I will expose: to sale, before the Court House I.alifl; Circuit Court. A Valuable Scientific Work, upon the Subject pi This i h the cnly original and true work.....

I *oii3 all v.eakmss a.id IassiudeMrom: lakia jf oor, in the Citv of Apalachicola, on Monday John W. llmaldi, Compl't, "| of station and (ji ild-IJirth, ly 11 M. no other can genuine. Send by mail as abote;
the 2th day of f Marchl&10 hctweer the hours
at oncp b-come jobu-t and tint tf e'r.-; tJtider vs. In Chanccr iVEMSELHOFF, M. I)., late of Paris, it is the only sure Way to secure the work.-..
I of| ten A. M. and four PM.. the wir real [
ifs i .n K-ijiv. I It t miint'didli'ly, cjy.nfpracts the folf> Daniel Smith and Lucy Ann jrtst pvblisfieil in J\"tw York, by the Author. Thousands "f copies have been sent by mail with
estate, situ-itpd( ii the City of Apalachicola, 'ps-
: Z nervelessus* of the It-mile ir: e', which! J? the se'an.t scI as the property of Lewis Curtis anJJDelaileld l his wife, Re.1)'tSPON J This Work contains recently discovered information perfect safety.
aflidavif it is
I t i-.itne of Banvnnes.s.yft will not be ( X- Trustees of I the Apalachicola }Laid TI reading tin- foregoing bill ordered be U.K.U a subject of the highest importance 1'KESH ARRIVAL OF
duiiJjiiuiiIIffuJ that service of (the foregoing
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ppft. >
us, ca -rf- to Marrkd Persons or (hose contemplating Mar-
: delicate nature to
: o a Company,) tr> so much! thereof as will pay the in siid, bill montion- Drills Medicines Faints Oil
defendants ,
-tef ex.uiir I c.TnSK xr of but per fecti'il on the : ria ge. It will be found of special value to those ,
cures performed
f we I Taxes for IS.1*, fisses--od thereon, for the 3''ite: i'tl in the Commercial Advertiser( Dye-Stuffs Perfumery &c
'aI t by publication ,
afflieteJ t that bundled- whose means, health or other circumstances, dot
cases of Florida' and the County of Franklin, together}
in the Western !
k'i : I l'fl I .'') 'rt I t to U. Thou-si.ids I ut f P.I-C-S with the cost of advertisement at(1 l sale, an! or' HOine otlicr newspaper published no permit (them to increase (the number of their .:' THE undersigned returns his thanks
IVtrict for (the of four months, requiring to his friends and the for
public their
space
4 'I ar.' ft-'i s hiw been without enildp'n,, after which said real .Mate istlesiTibed as folli* in family I without I great i inconvenience, suffering, or --
L. ii.'V i -r'**! -r**>'v uI -i tt_ a lu .' i tt tes t tIii4 % ) fl1'dtiRe, the .Map of said City, viz : said defendants to appear and answer said perhaps risk of life. A method of avoiding these liberal patronage, and begs to inform
bill othorwi that the be taken con- that he is
D 'l'n'C' r ? & & j IMV.b'i! t)1' .> 1\vith trip, healthy offspring. 1 1To Wharf Lots N H 7, H, U-100 feet each. same pro troubles and dangers at will, (recentlydiscovered now receiving an additional -
HAWKINS Judge &c.
r. fessoGEORGES.. which added his
supply, to former
,i;11 il's S.tr&: itiri31i.Wo ; r otiors ntul Jlarrietl JLtidies. Lots 6 arid 1 in Block 17. by a celebrated 'French Physician) is fully communicated
Aril 2 1th IS JS.A stock renders his assortment
The: This Extract of Sarsipirilla has been (:Xtre1y, Lois t 2, 31, :,1;, 6, 7,6,0, in Block IS. [ in this work, so that any person may unusually large
liter id of WM. VALLR\U Clk.Miv .
a Blessing Age.etraorJiti.uy true copy. and complete. English, French, German
and
prepared: in rpference female complaints. Nofpmilp Lots 7, S, 13, 1-1,13,10,17, IS, in Block 12. fit.ill himself of it at once, without purchasing
The m,4 Maliene 1:1: the World! : who! t IIH reason to supple she isapproach- Lots G, 7, 13, 1 11 1, in Block F2 : "_ 1 T__..--?._.--- Iti- fmi any instrument, medicine, or other article! from American Drugs ; Cosmetic* ; Perfumery; Gla,e
Thi Evtnct is iut in Q/iarf II :ttles i it i h six- and Glassware &c.
: Drugaists &c.
up in:.: that? critical period, T-'ic turn of fife"p Lot 3 in Block I>2. At 2sa tubers, (the author. The means of prevention here ecr are, otleree

times chcapsr, pia s1tt.sinter It, anJ wsrrantei superior should neglect to take if, as it is i a certain preventative Lois 3. 7, S in Block I. APALACIIICOLA, DEC. 23, 1317. forth) cost comparatively nothing, and are within to Physicians, Country Merchants and others otthe

Io any euros without for any of the numprous and horrible Lots S, 3I 1,0, 7, S, D), in Block i. Cnrnochr-n Plaintiff the reach of all. The process i is new, safe, infalliblp ( most liberal terms-all of which he warrant!
vomiting,purging,sickeningor John M. unadulterated.
and
debilitating tb.3 Pitient.Tlie lisases to which females arc subject! at this lime Lots 4, r, f, 7, S ill Block 5. convenient, simple, ar.d! cannot injure pure
of ilc. This period may le di'Fcipdfir.cerrci Lots 1 to 10, in Block 1U. vs.Georcc 'S the health of (HIP most delicate. Nor does it H. F. ABEU,
b-anty a-id superiority of this SarsiJjirillaover K. Walker and Mary %
great
licinr. Ni i is it less valui'ilp Lois J 2 3 fi; curtail matrimonial privileges in the leastItloraliy Wholesale Retail Druggist,
7 in
all other meiiriues is, that while it ljr czr.c by ?:fits m >r 3, 9,10, Block 21. his wife, of the State of -
I 1brte who aroapprnrhing; wominhpod,, Lf.ls1; :,, C, 7, 8, y, 10, inT.lock 215. t'ositiricrcd. 45 Water s1reetApa1acbicoIi -
eradicate* the lias? it invigorates the b xly. It I Florida, James E. Betfnpr Bill for account Nov.
) as it i is olfil.itt'd lo as-Nt inturp, by quickening Lots 3I 1 .'), G, 7, in lIlock .15. The object o! tins work can be shown to be r.f ?, 21, 1S4G.
is of
one the very best and Ann his wifp, of the (f and partition.
SPUING AND SUMME'l MSI-iqXKS) h blond ar.d i invigorating t the system. I Indeed, Lots :H, -I I, 0, G, 7, S, in Block Ifi. Slate: of New Y.rk'ar.d the highest utility, and sustained hy the soundestiflCilICS Drugs and Medicines.TII .
his tnodieiiK- inralmbli-! ;ill I the delicate Lots I to 10, in Block 51. of prudence, political tconorny and
Ever krnj.vn ; it not oih jririS.-s! I'u- whnle system Jane McM fcrs, of the lr : subscriber has, and will
aid strei thp'is th-j p ri. bit it creates (I!4ae'4 I lo which w>rnen art subject. Lots 1 -J.rt t. '!, 7, s, 9, 10, in Block 3J. State of South Carolina, ,' Vl rtue. It shows how a >>hv, i<.logical efli-ct may .. constantly hiaveon handa crrr.plfteass -
It !hr vest IIP whole Lots 2 to I" Block 31.Losfi he and without to ,- .
tirto, p'tre an-l rich! bo-il: T pSTII} sspsetl by sysfpm renews pprmanpnt- i n JVfend.infs.; produced scientifically injury rtment of DRUGS and MED
n* other m"luin.An1 IT this IIPS tie grand |h' the nafur.il: pnergie !by rcrr.i? >ving t the impuriof 7, '= i 0), 10, itrlJIork I'3. rTPONaffi'Uvil' I I of Coiri'I cinant's j Solicitor( I hat the constitution, which t thousmd* attempt to accumplish I CIXES, which bexvill warrant

sjcrt of itsA 11 l.-r.'i! s-i i. <;;. ft !I.H jresr-ne1 ti '; I tin*, b.Hy, not s;> far stimulating t i as to prodk'c Lois 2 to 10' in Block Jl.Lits U I the Defendants mentioned in said Bill do by the most unui.se and reprehensible : t.F; and of the best quality. Countr-pure
within ; subs, j-ipnt relaxation, which i is the ca tha ia-t i.\-1 ytrs, in 't r.* thinlMOJi I( ) I 1.I not t reside within this); Circuit, .Int within I the Merchants and Planters will find i if
;'fl o4 I1Itdi.'LUC taken for fpinaUweaknp and I L'.ls 1, .">. 7. s, 0, i in Block !9.)
s world. The iriPansvill be esfeen.ed all scientific
cnrsof f at i t < by to their lvantase call
< -* !
s vriv ci > : MIIS- ; were mi! ;: it *iv' r*" 1::5 (!. jlivcs disease.: I'y usi'j! a fo'.vb'>ttlpsof this mediciup, Also-All Laud I I\itig on I liip West j-kle <,f the institution' t of this i suit, and t HIP filing i ot t the right-minded and sensible people as adispovrry I Gonds, hefprp purclia.ingelsewhere..

'of tniMlhn "tl ) ) .: iiir--i; u-n i "?' fie twi piM i! frs UflV ssverp anil painful! surgical operations: may Apilachicol) .\ Bay, North and West of! I the City ,.f ii it'titl d I B'll;;!I, l h. gi\t n in i some nv spaptr pnbLilil in phy sioot| y <'t f the highest consequence N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
!b-' <-nt.-tl. ''ilariie1i! to the Western b'umlaut .
pr.-v : t"j : to iiuMi-* morals Jfli l Itnp'io-
mns. j' : l in {t'ir. Circnr', for the riocp of four care and accuracy al any hour of thr da> nr nigt.t.
C5rcii Blcssisitf So 7ItJic-rs C.-inty: als ., St. Vincenl'-j Maod.: St. '
; 1'Iac gctsiiHC? of ii1U'C.Lcnp "
19,399 crises of U nvfJ Oebilily zut&G months, and I it't, upon duejirool nf I the appearance J. C. ALLEN,
nail IV.lilt orrfffV/O-B'-J *IiH'.vy.: ChiI eor.ze' J.-l.m.l, and Dog IsLnuI, (ccc1u e of siid notice in sotnt1: newspaper! so published and the d'ire! fr union batwern the March 01 Cor. Centre ar.d Commerce sts.
It i is the safpst anJ most pllcctual mpdiriue fur that I portion of St. (zecrge'spiul }><>g IlfltIovtIul! will be talk of -
sexe.s, indulge
1)T I ix i;s e r< tr-Ji: a.'illi i-u-ig 'iates th", for 1 HIP t time i mentioned, (HIP siid (defendants ; prudence as wemay.
wh ler.'sfijm pcr'n* '.--Jtty. j j 'jvirifvinz the sy-li'tn, and roli -vjn-; I the sutK-rin_t by the I ?. S. (T'uvriunrnt?)) ; al-o, all Lid-i }\ i.gEistof not t npppar; to I s ri'I I attPiiJ t c.'uld-birth!' dJsi'ovproil. I fts t the Bay of Apal.uMiicola anl: bordering: dpbp.-ement of and criminal I
lit t tiir musc'ilir enrjy; *>v j I Lu! utoi; : over shall pornp.ifl'r twenty days from the pvpirafionnf a on.SP.V, the AND CLOCK MAKER
: t !hCfl b.h I I tlic mother and %hild 0:1:1 St. "Gi>i'r.t': : Sound, and running East !t' t tin of ,
: rI4 { < I i'ld'ilgpiici'' I In- natural in-tinrr, often
ici'i2 or inlisTtiiin c i n isttt: 1 in ymit'i.'* or | said period of f..ur months, j it{ i is furfli-r or- very Second Stc
tt'l ?
t:rut h ol I New; Riu.T, from thence in a three' in*: ai'i and I disease inrn'asps and cnrirlu-s t thfi-'od and f. ,
e v :?-sive i11rV'! of li! MSSJO is. : hr-injiit\ j j : d'tTPil, that the same ba taken as confessed sufil-ring t rnfaerv of (Ihe mtt fearful ( haac- Kn'r-ii.ce' "
ni a gierjl ')'rioal pr 'vrut >t of the nervous: '] 't'in' =;; \r'n fnve n od it think it \i' inili<,)tn.sjhli'. (lothChipoli (Cut-nff'?, followitig the Apali.Mc n:::i-I f (them.. |he r.Viio,tIut shall deny to man, (a tree aa* nl ) i *.'r Ar lfcj (( on Ch-!>tnnt-st )

sysle-n, lissitn I 1?, wtut i! .rn''iti< :jf.ii ifiugsjiitm I {I K is iii lily useful bofh!i b.-fore TM! all.'r coufineit da Ixiv.-r :!i'\vn') to i its inoufh, including Forbes" '- (JEO.: S. HAWKINS, Jod-e: &c. t the right to marry and to n-gubte the instinct tl.4 APALACMICOI.A, Fi.

? <, t r-mt'ire ..uuiJ.JPPS CAK3IAUX & SrnATT, nut ure ? :>: B. Watches, Ctork! : and Jewelry rart-fuHv

ta.varl I* lint t f-ital di-i *, Onsi-iriti-vi.ran be! : 4 Teitirolv .>irt'i-inijol ( % ( ?, PiI' ( r.ini ot' tl.iul qinlily of L'liid: and 10JOof 2J, Cotnpl'is Solicilors.A tri'ri : eop! rL6EIg patr.'d. --- Oet'br 2!. '

r4t'r l bv t .is pi MSI it r."nJThis! !i| t tlu> Pert, l-p>iu5iMicy: 1 IJpjrtburn, Vom'i'i quality. True Copy. \\VALT.KATT' YounMarried People, \vi! > se linrtunp" are TIP!

es trti; trill i; far: *iJi'pri. tn a-iv 1- {it' :?, Piu ii; !' Back anil Loin, Filt> Pains, IE\J.! LUCAS, Tax \o'ssr and D&c 30. -)0-r.n; Clerk. ypt psJablisIu-d! v.ill lli.d in tiiis work mutter tfiutprot APiJENiEUMitrvlig

j II i ,!i'-rr'iut: a-id in n-nnlating t Jh s.-cretious a-u! Collector fir Franklin i Coui.iy.Anahchicoh them deeply, ami ir.l; 'rrnatiorj rl I f-e! Saloon aaidrn

A it riilirj'i':: the circuL'ti it has! : no e.jual TlipI ( I October 7, I-I '=<. :3S-Otn; oi"Burnetfa $os; highest value, \\hicli, fh"y! should not on fsp-
< r 'j? v< ail I invijjorit?* ti *v I gr.-at beauty o; ihis rneilicino i is, it i* ahvay* sifp, .; c* r. 'tie1'i count, I Irj ignonnf IIi'idrpdr.f Married
activity t'i th I lim'I )*, an 1 > i. tnr r.f the "
lar s/scn.! i > i m i-id 'Eenurn. Jimim'-!

CIS1Ig1)it Citr&"zI. vc-ry fe\v cast's r.1 juirp nuy oilier muilicint! ;, ins ) SHIP CHANDLERY.ILLA vs. > Bill for Divorce. thrst if (they( h-id pns-v; td surh a treasure? ever rd a\ir hot make
) s"- a little C.i-lor Oil, or Mig.ie-M, is u .- 'nl. \ \ Moses Murphy. ) i in early life. if would h.ivp saved t hem thafihalf !he r--h bl:*!>merit ar agreealil j.i r qf rMrf.s..fl
Cl2n* ail 'tri Zt'i-i C isi iti u ri'i h > I ,5 ainlllpmp I Cor.beo of all sizc, more i>,4 tl-a-ikfu! Thai *
c in J. !8r.i :, C ns-1 u ?i 11. Liver Co ni i t p eree in thp open air, aid lij.t;! food witli ( ;;i< iVL ffam!>ri'line: V.'ormlinp, M.nline, Sim-; : appearing by affi lavif, that Mosp.s Murphy, I! the sufleriri: :; and deprivation they havesinceendured. l lie bhheral! an pur di.-Trifrur.alit.i( ; j.ub

filii it, C ,t t Ctttrri, C 'iz" t1IlFl, m edicine, will always ensure a sale and easy cnt. \\- y.un.O.ikniii.Sjifrm, Oil I, fall! (I'). Whale; do, ()li\r defed"r.l:: ( in the bill aftTe.saidxrpsidesbeyond! I ..t h prove:< d\--ire to j-lea-f.;j-atror.nne He mil their prfciatioti; ,

Ji.i ; of n ; ir.-jc-i* i'i ti t! r i i't, H5 ?!:.'' fi remut. ilo, LinsppiIn! Haw do, Boiled do. Sjiirit': T t riitinp the liir.itof 1 HIP Slate of Florida : ll is i>nltf, UE22py ;1, :! :.. alit&v- keen a
< : < ; --fiijitur nt
1j..a'1: Ntit -5! vi iV, !) 'itiltT i Pr >t>He KK- Notice: So !io Ialics.Tfios |p PiinN i Windv ( h.I Putty I WhivLpf That siid delon lant appear and answer t lie t said t Unhappy} Wives, who t'-cl that fh' ir phyie ii l > LHJII* rs, ar.d r. frtlui n
of
.> that Dr. Tow is.'iul'.s d, f U pfl do, VPO\V!| Ochn-) Chromp wv-rrts, a >oif to ttrkfe i the ';ilart-.s it I
Pi-5 nit Ue Sjr.saparilh: iirpea, bill i I I within! t fhrpc months, or I that the! same be condition and health untie them tobtconipI | O
p et 'r st tin, in tlis% 't 2 *, x ., have hi'M I totally Bacch'w'
svi inviria-ily called 1 llicir sjufr'a! great Jlrmnlif!, 12ni-ral'J i I I-nperial do, ( Chrom, Vtllow"er- ta kin prn roufc-no auaiiM him and it i-i i further lie mothers mtHf f.'tidio':4 SI ItS ; aid (Jtrtac.x.l
an.1 I en b.Dr. ." er'i.SiltiflZ. di ; I of a nnmerous rfe>' ririir, ntd who '
for Ffni.ilf"i, &c. v'cc .1'i'J' li :VP copied our bills iRri-. Li'.iura e, Sulphur. Brighl.irnilt, Tojal( I ordered, t that a copy of this! i order be published 1 fear lh.it! and dftirt.ti.srri-i! (fn-tr. (their mtill: % .- bdi.ki.
dn'far j I re.isotnbiy e rhicri''l "I! Pi.nftnen-: I'
1O:1. Ko-irs j I Piteh Tur
!, >" tl Coal i'.unt K
a tie, t >r a pleasant cc n.n.r Jiig
and eirculiw w'nVh !lati-s the >i
r ? ; to complaints ofworn in some in the Western Circuit t-f ( t-A.rn. ; nct
) ( I
\>-v y-.rU, \ 'II nl 2 1S7. l>r' Mi"V.irmii! do, Tard->. .Scrub Jo. Clam, do, newspaper will terminate fli.-ir; exisr.---.pe, vviil ht.il the d.rovery .-- ..u..usemei.rf7e turn !
: -R, word for wor.i-1her men who put up Lisnp i ji i u-Ii ClMlkVhiiinir Florida, o-icea week consecutively( for the of (this p-rtani ,.ncf relief[ with < tfctlitc\ IH lwilfan li i r.
space
T c \ -> t'i't!V t-iiL'V.: .> tnt y 'ir S.tr. ; fl ti.sia D'ick] En me u:I- the crrle -rvmnaj-tictf
i'tri U i *.t 'r ti.ri! Pr mq "ilfri't". have, sincp fhsjroat success of Dr.T lish (1", ( !jt iitiolo, Heavy I KUVCR- ilo, Li '!:t do, of three months. bountled ;ov. L't ail snch unti rtr..ate: isnd u '- > ? '- to n IRJ ana wit',

t 1 1 e. T 'virs had :j < .v isf-H's Sarsiparillft n C'fllbI.Ui.t? incident! 1 I White, titii' uid I'd IJimti'isr Niiii.=, CopjM-r: do! GEORGE! S. HAWKINS, happy wives leMt p/> fine in obtaining this i important ; g-m j tel pin*; Lnt Hi.


Inl C'tj't ": S-in 'V.ir-j.ml *a. Atl J e*n-i1' I 1 !1 ;r tuts- do Tack- Sjp! Spike} Boat do, Bratlt ert Judge! of 1 the Western Circuit.1 t of Florida. WT>rkt> U will be to H'-f-r.-i a r-: -ii n-t a-r.f-f rie-fs, ran nfw's!" taf.e i: /mall.m.c .
iv they did not A n'in'cr: of I ie.e1ix1iire, .l n k PtT'.vAnchort!, H.-in.l-pikfs (' <-:. '-corraail..
; tin September 20 I 1S >. :
l t f I l-tr of !hi 37.-3in boon tl&roui.di life, and ant-arh a.id
1 In
t? rii* i -j-iiiii'i?* wl. I ni! ifl: 1 Ivu Oars Blocks prevent tr.sriy
Pill l *, &r., are irij'irio s jo frtnale--, asflieynggre- ?, Siiiv.1Jib Hunk?, U tin JOILV B. JONE
s veit 'iii kV n :r Milv d "S'lit ti i' re I'uvJ, vatc disease, ntid un lerminethfconslifulion.t Piuri.j;:; f>vt! Huck'-ts, Ced.ir tli). Deck: Pjmstri i Ei Cjaaneery. premature deaf Ii.Ie'r'dt'ny. A-i! I--irirf{ In. Tier. ,1D.: M7. 5' ."
si 1 di.j) .111 vi l.i Iii?,'. I ''i nsi-d Com : __
cKp; iv ri'ily y nr rji} raulkiiis Malleis; S'lrvirisdo, Axi .-. A\P, Raphael J. Moses, Adm'roe' I.Theate.
Scraf' )
Cn'e !.
Sir! rjirill t a s'j.irt tin: ( anJ I'jTe hi; a vvmrful This rerfili"ate coKclinivrly! : tint tlii' I IIv' IT'). .1td fliitnbb.;, Ihx I 1oks, 1iIt do; bonis non, of the estate cf Scrrfula, Consumption, 1tt'tnitv, o ,-, ird'L.-r2- :. fi5f> fltandlcry: Ac.
chn s h'i wruo ht i i *ns. I am uw ; proves ()in do. 't t't: do. 1oti 1ih do, ( t Disease I T'JIK S'i-iTit; er< h-iVf t rr !hand ft.r saj.; -
John L'cke of (the Heart and other
fe'ile' tr> iv il* all 1[ ovr I'j? <*ity. I r.iiw nn bl vrl, Iritaril1a has pprfr( cordrol over the most ob-! 1 rt)') \Iaki t; Iron \Ia r i at' pi 'I ; rtPT : deceased, I Kill for Rtlief, horrible core- J. LOU K'', a-' irfttf, fiff.S"cr \ Hing. -,
inae vs. I &c. ;plaints, ratable of tr.in.zn.i..i' n fr>un parei.f I t"
di
;t -ases of the 151"o-i.: Three p ::, 13tIlt. 11 Ctk I 'i'rt
ml I hf 1 1ft personscured : UtI'iwt. 1i1i-ats
mv e ii.i ;n' Y' 'i rm well itnaro I James child I alllict Cmi s-'cnt do, Itn. -.
in oic: house i' iiire'e1tnId. I '1 vidtr;, S-iil c'ed1' tiI 'l'r' Locke, Godwin & laauv worthy people, who z"If
.gi e t'it I i'n t ,id'i fir ru1t. ';'; CrC. .Z.j tL -, S-.wii1 (In. 1'im:: H izzing Co\v.: ct. al.UPON J same time, are ascapabl" of er.j-.yiisg; thfrnivps Cq Aiii: r-, lilt t Ct1i.-l Brat

\ ir rt'i I Jj j 'nt s rv tit, ; Pa tip do] Sh-vpl---j I Haininer I ; j, I H-tfc'n't-f. ( 'fii." reading I the bill rf'complaint I ( filed in in the marriage; Mate as their n/.re fortunate fellow ; anti ,? ; 1vl4S.tnre'j*, I.n; dIidX, ..
Dr. .
To.vnse. !
1) Sir i I hav1'
\Vr1 !tt Ulirj: ,, Oath trin ) : : ir plpasurc hii ito C.liirs',
Adze
? ft. A 'ifPi i-. '-, I HiudMWS, ( iirnhlrts; I Ian'Itv I luin Shall n. hIatrIct lI.u
infortti t cause, and it i t being inadoto l> ij. such person- refrain front inarrisgeon -
ici ;:: :ia.: to you I that thnf my children: hay H ,tt T.II! ito. Iron S 'unC'ljihosird' I Look of apppar yallidavit this Shutter (IIaie.i{ ; > s--, Blind d >,Streiysr Complainant's Solipitor account i-T shall and :
,
IhatJirnPS thi-y :
#thi i ()?)ty f M-ir*' I 1-1 ci *'virj tIiiint I bp"i cur.-d of the Scrofula !by the use of yOUr evctllcnt :- :Stop's lo, -I Ilouks I : .ind t! Stil; | I- I Iiii. ; Locke G lwi vi. I birth marry r.-nfiler Seal: **?, ihti t TOP tic), C i ll t. n it.! .f,
nipdicinc. ?i Cows, Asa: Go\e, J. D. SJod- give to a feeble: pff-.n, ig. dfj-tiurd t. a lilVufTfring
44 R.3"vr iti; ihit Or P.) VH: pirilUC, 1'i l. The 'n i4 'ii ii fr-nic: vprly with bid :Soros : ha\v I likpn onlv four bo-| Dc'rp rfa i.'o. Log do. Fi' !li do, H-ind: Lt.rSra !;- J-.r tti d trd, aid J..hn 1). k, Albert! L. L >('kP, d It:!li' d-! o} .- or an puny l-..tti ? The ai.swt-r I f*' T"r>j.s. FireFr'>' &r.iCK Cnlfeiy, Shi.tei aid
ties it took dSh f i do I'a tit in I the bill I filrd i.i I this caust1, ipsjdc bpyond: such seriouiqnpsfwis will bo fouiid in the work
IM if? weekly .eribct.i by its c"iirj' vlHtryVi : ; thjui away, for which I feel myselfunder ] ; jf Jjar runnels lAiYthorr; MITHS' D, :!.>ns, Anvils
virtue- great obligation rii-.lk: !/! !. PitPii Pots, Lo? Book (""-irjro (it;p'. f the limits i.f (he State of Florida, but within, th-0 iitrc recoKin"f tui' d.ElnrSy. Sledge,
i DhvirI'ins I: : I Tin Ware United States If is ordered IFtir.fMr.Virv.s; Srrf>vf>| ites, Sdftcs arii
Yours, Ft--pfully| Cr-ckcry, CurntfiV : tint: ;publication bomad. Tfliirrisisrcs.t.s .
Ji'it'-j C.i n-ni-ir-1, C1 nn: of th Di. i'lm$1'4. F&bs.
? iw.sf
s
Tu-.K! :.z 1I1-on Poft?, I the Iy advis tl al
ii : ISA\C \V. CilAIN 10:1: \\'oortert.O3i spare : : are strongly by !
t! Lui tkvIu i 'Ilak'1t i'4s.1z. ii .\ RV\) '
fliisiishanit
) 9. American.-sr.rf,
e d
of t'o'ir ?
1 mor.ths, reijuirhn I said defeJidnnts titI 1. suJIIer ad .viiftTs ,
*
: ir> is of S'Jjj'&iciii;!',. ; ; prr- 1 } i iipoHsortat .uit! |>< 't1'n of j i' I Ih f.tI I -
H'uvi'ii l-lter
tb < : ro'ind, iht -.o: fiiiiP: J4ri Rh'VvMl's Ujl 1, -Ji' )t. II 1, ISJ7. Di To.vsis'iid i* :t il I n'I| d.I *I iiy rereiviu-r T lprsfr'T t )rvi'iis ; ( sonallv.to_ ( h be ail api-our bpfore this Cotii t. on I tiie Early Marriages b-yo.'id atiipsti{ -r t .p, a..rt
Iloiier
Dr.T-tvH-il ) Mr Sir : I 's Iv s'tftvHrri'ilv ) P'r.'sicians in I difT-rent p'lilsof i the Uii-: n.Tiiis i) rc) jO-'KE: ; !: Java !rni'ijro: tin! first M-Kiday I in March! i>-\f, t thp'i and I here to t tend to promote vnitie; a'.l' }h'pi; ;:-ess ; and witl lri'n ffon R.ihrr.JuJSpike dn, H.Tsp-J.-e

1 .r n virsvitT: t I ttr il iti nitis-ii i is to certify flint; we, the! tnicr-i nod I, V Xorlh.-in Flour, \Vos-forn k; "* '" "t2;'I answer, pl.ui t to r.r drn rto i !said l>ill I filed in (this I lie power of rt-4ul.il: i iu< tha j.r.t'iv..liv4t i ucfiorH: German a-f N.ls: Cast, L'rglisn, Rhit. r ..r cJ'ftn

; ro iil P'iy-s5ci: 'is of the City r.f Al'nny' hive in 'zI. Croiv 'riHl of ti'n I 't! I t nun: T- '
: tie ? f n tt1, s|i'o-( 0 r d ; : i'i U> arul Double
-
ids pas ;prescrib"J !Dr. Towtnend's: ar-.T'iarilla (10, Soticlng tl >, ( osh ; fessed. It ij further ordered, that complainant i into without fetr oil incurring! rcs-ponsibHitus : Corn-l.elii: r-*,
I id 1istr i' ,
tC 11 v 'st .i'H. a'lil5t I
n ? p j Til IHipvp it to ba oiof I the ;: st valuable .-. E iiirr, t" 1.-ttil, ILIPfl, Ifani.', Si'1. -h't1;- f ft' fif.-rward to each of defendants a copy of the bill 1 which ca'rtst: !;< ;-IS'.IJM: ([. C'.ran'ilk> Li'ipf'.Miw. Trace: (1!* Ox .'< .
1i' t'.r t Trt1tv vile,. I i pr.aratii .
itv. c r \T 1 t .z, %\ n.kt'I I Shrovel.a ni.d ,ci.-t.
r. I'r tti r, filed herein CTvcr St;% V.VetSinj! ;; I rns, Gard.'it! ,
1.. tI t' tri1 ,, i.I ih h' '! >:H in the jnartt. \It'.s: ij P Pot S'opsiSnUosa C}T Ixin SiHIj. *
ir a vuriti rt < v vej. : t c ri'! .iit1, 'tnc f.sup P.'I 1r''o I
I,
4t 1 r *1 tn i *t riri .1 *U irsv >rth? of I Iilly II. 1 I1 1MJLTV1J, M. I). I 1rri tig, tntd ttn'I 'f Cod Fish :; -, GEORGE S, HAWKINS1, JmteoWpfcrn Over Population tnt tfu-I I, earth ned be no io.capprphended. t; rOISDAfir-T-MariiHfMffrn8s
., .I! li tin .1. VJL<0\ M. I). I III pper, S'ic ;, Cit-ltS.: 1tv'r Siic', Circuit of FloridaA Th:*> ralctiiatinns of .1a1tFin' an it. ; ---.rfpd. Pifr! ,
-j < -tr it ti> U'J lur IhJ bend ; ()!iv :, Tar. Ilosfn. Coal
Tar
is. uii! T-s. M i 1)). Trii? Copy-Attest-: t ttip wild Uri Iit Varnish, Hai.d-
elt f Zt $ :1 ( tt'i.V.rir Cp' r-. I o.-p, S.reh. 'Fobnero. fear* of U-wit! I .Dale O'.veit, are alik* "
P. H ELMEXCOUF, M. D. l lin-K-J, I'i.otdo. cnpRprs! Vin"t.ir, Uri d! Frui.v;?, WILLIAM \ru1.T1j, CU'rk. r rernlpr: b:i-ch-ss( 1>:> fiis! i di"ovi here c;'mrnnnicatpd "Mkps. rlrt<& ()ar.t. &.c

:S :< 01JMMIS.5S.'Hllad Albany, April 1, 1 J7- 1 IMIS: Siil.: ft.ii'ns.!! Micironi, Vennact-Iii. Arrow ; October! Mi! IS N. oct'tOlm! to t the w r1'I.! 'Fh.$ !: porifrol of men C.tsl'NfaSonzar! ; Kfr'tes, MHTst ?rfj ('...ini.t1rn' -

r'r :i' I CjiisSto- R not, Corn, Oas, IbwkwIteii.{ 'lin!, tMid, It? I. Stal jf i'IordL-1ztanos1 over his acpidvMiis,*' m t'.is; r. ?; ct, at k stii t ['sfs, irkd
O.vini: to the gre .t uc.-ps.s and immense saleof F'or sale by ]B. ELLISON' &: CO. here establishrd. The wistlci. K 'fflp-5; rCa Kertle- &i.
f)?. r VM I | 5 nnlli n nif iP inT tJ ; ct'such eercii:
t4 i Dr. visend'.s: Sirsaparill i, a number of men lice f 9) Cor. Water and ChrMmu r! s. )5ssnv. control TINU'AIIE! lull a-r'ttrrcrtf.
C th> ClnJU nl i'ci-.M i.i \rJTlu IN CHANCERY. none who grit e the s'lbjert .i mnment's I
wlv
IVIu-lisalp
have .
wre formprly our Agetifs, coin.Tiencitlmiking ; rrnfru! .
.. consideration i.-ubt.
f)1l i VII: ,ttpr H only; vie f 'i'Ir'h tnt! we Evlract.s >T. Abigail Grant, ) can R
Sarsiprilla Elixirs, Bitfers, Rtrjcts \- TL'ST rprcivpd iErIAI.I.LN; : & C >.
hivir *;- iv.J fr.n: the Srjciaticter. .1 id Vet of like Vi'riting rrnferial ot '- .4. vs. Bill ir'Divorcc. 5ZocsJy of the 'Yo&i.tz:3 he1vir'r4a
? ot Yellow 1) >pk, &c. They gt-rjprally iifit ) : .TAn 2'>. hc4.
|pi :t.'I ;) i, C'i'H'sfiti.- fine metalic ; ( : There is decrtitn him _
; i iMi. in the C'lS, (.4 William Grant. ) n-> ; r ihtrrv i'f ------ --- -

O<-vs.fi. ., Ot22, 1S17. l Jp have tolc same and siiapel ronipd botKj our! 2-lvprtisi, and s>mPnts.tbrty me ofthoin ; !. superior rjMiliti.-s i I ; Trie FreirJi fuji atd: i L'. U'r Ji'app( ariti.z, by nfndavit, I that William Grant t, any kind about this wrlc. It i is urecisely whatits ArT'iE

Dr. TVVI* I I : I) r Sir-I ;jviftnjJ! tor tnyvif. l are only worthless imitations and sliould I be Patter ; i\1'In. flook ; large: bl-r.c'! 'r ot!:. L-;
| v. t b'ttl b4 of t SiMi.iinlli: : of y nr ALte.it, avoided.Pri'icipal. Journal*, '&.t'..; Pencil-1, Pphold rs, Paper-fold- resides buyontl tie! limits of tlif. State of Florida;, t tainlng; inf'>rmstf: n ol l great value tr> mirriwi I I 1 ii: the 4'ittxpns -\pul.tehtri( b aol I its\i-

Mr. \IN'iir, of Kilmixm, t.i try it f'ir the Ffv. Ofire, l'i; FULTOX Street Sun prs :md < ; ; ; Bills of L'idiriu', blank) Bills H hut within the United; Status : // iaonltrcil, That j people! or f thoau coutpmj ':ifiiii; ritrrla --, exland : !::i y. lhaf hey hae m-'J rite hand a vt-ty rer*
; ,
r a 1 Aj''i tfr" I bi 1 n-iH'icI I tho first Duildina. X. Y.; 11-idin,' & Ott., S State stn-rt 1, Evcha.'giDray Ropcipfs, blank! Manifests, &.c., : said defendant appear and answer the said: hill pr4scI in pl.iin iangia' yhid, all can r- and w'Il4e1ti1it Stock ottOOb.wpich! ; \\ ill Ifafih

b ttl it 4eirel. I --.vtr-n th blil l, a-rl ovrv n. -i-i- ly.tt fc Sons, 1.T2 North Second str-et Inks, bh-k! blue and red, for pile !1w" within t I three months I or I that t Hie ame be I laken I -! !, with no unnecessary words ;put into nere iy sod! lw, co'.3i' fing in purr as follows ;

'ith ,rliv, vY i th-! 0'iillsTil'ir.I r a i icir I l I, I P'iili: {iFsi'v

Ih-v! Avre IaU vj'il >nttn I i, 'for. shf had inishel P. >f. Co'icn' Chirleston: ; Wright & Co., I l.'jl Iiai1c;, CLs, T % 1 published! *in some newspaper in I the Wp>t trn< b i is told, and the means of arporn'li-ti; thobjects ; PrinN, doAh LO.

*'I* b )ttla, 'iwn oirirrfly Miercl, rmJ C'iartprs s'n-ct, X O.; li>5 South Pearl street t. TUST rcppivpd per brig (iruririana, frr.rn NP-.V .Circuit i of Florida for I the spnrp of flirpe t m iritl.s.I ,: of the work (fully and fairly tiven; sn that pars Lnsfrp;
*'ie .vi< nj'ic'i 'iMter t in s ;o !ln 1 b'e'ibefire' Allnnv and ,ill tie t) York, While Lend GEORGE S HAWKINS. tie! reader may avail hirnIt" of.it at once, without S lta Fr-It fltt ,
; by : principal: Drtiggi-t< and pure) No I and extra. Oil
'hs link fie AZ1 !. .\lilvtli.it! ha.l! IC'I VITF M. r.nncenerally! tlirou 'tout the United States boil.'d anti r.i\v, Paris Git-pn, Verdijrris, Pru--ian, Judge of the Western Circut of Florida.SentembePiO purchasing any medicine, i.- lrument, (r.rr.f do. Mntett -

ark \vilh the! 0'iilU a'i.l I Fever I bit bid broke Wfst I-vlies and the 1 Canada. Blue, Red and yt'1ltOelire, Ciin.mc Yrllov,' ISIS. 37.3m other article from t the afl orT.'IP( means t (I". Striped .

th ;mvith Q.-ii'jjn". a-il wi< lelt i i-i a very weik For sale wholesale and ivtaii byH. and Chromp Gi ecu, \vilh i all I the I I, (her var/eties/ protection which! it n-pomrjienris. may also her s rn :' C.mnEre: tt)(
a.iil di4tre44t. state atj.l tnti'l-l I lied upon, without fear of in (Ii). f.1o-'riri.i
oveelin ly of colors also disapjiointment or ; it>.
F. BELL ; a large orlmr _
n nl of Paint Briidhes I- on New York, Boston, Providence, .
with the A iia CikcUIMIIJC th-! <-j'>t I thit!i it had May 2'j, 1 1S1 13 19-ly Apalnchicola. all sizes, for sale by DRAFTS and Baltimore and jury.PiiysIciciBss tI"! IMainfdo..
m wife, h.sent .11 1 or .ir.-d ff.v I b ttl bought ; Profoftsors ad Mu-lins India
my a > <"?, Spst23; J. C. Ce : Crr.kfi ;
_ ALLKX. flight Checks on New Yoik sold by
aid it restored tier in a fe-.v w.-c'c-i to co-nsilule lrry -. WM. G. gyssscsiIn < >. Saiss, LUCP nr.tt( Colore

health. Yvir Sirsapirilli; I i\vithntdvibt! u-; rPHE subscribers oiFcr f':r sile a large and sc A FE\V: 1 Ink ) !. Agents PORTER Bank of Brunswick& Co. all parts of the C"imtry have given their E L'ingjf, Li-Ie, Cap and! Thread
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think tint this C'lmnrnirjJim will I b-j of use: part of ? Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals, street. work; ar.d (the nature rf Ihe discovery. U'c annex ( Marino,
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you are at liberty t to* u it as von "hnoe.Yonr. Nero Kerspy.3 and Linseyp, Nov Clasps 18 Weights, &c. for salphv HMD-IS'( C-.xSng.ir : a few of these recommendations : (!->.. Plaid Wop! -

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CHAIILES H. SWAIN. Bingujis: and TweoclSnper --, 'JO) b-StC-uix! Da. R. M. WEI-SELHOJT Pear Sir : I should! Tuskan Gijuey Bor.nv-ts, latest fashion

Canker iii the !laut plain black and fancy Casamerc?, PLAINS I Plain !Irons: single and double, Ifam- 5 bx- Stew 'it's Lf-if have no question( whatever that the means recommended Ribbons! all varieties

Belo-.v is a'i ace-m it of a: othir! child! saved I IDr. Super English and French Cloths, Draw Knives, Augurs, Augupr Bits, 1 IfJ b'i's' ground in jour work r-n: Child-Birth, would Brown Shirtintr, I-*, -f--f and 3-1

T. vnsanl'i Sirsi urilla hi? sivcd (the lives Whitney Blankets, 10, 1 11 and 12qrs. Spring Brircs Tiinher Scribe-, }, Tiirn Screws, /GO sacks Rio Coflpp; r 0) do Java accomplish the objects: I iii ended, con-jiilered in Iilpichp.1: do. 7-S, 3-1, -I-I, 10-4 and iM

ml th'HHindi of c.itIrt.! The following fwcicertifi D-i.Til- tIantg! S, 0 and I lOqrs. Marking Gnaw Mrrtire do, Saw S.>l?, Wood) l '10 hxs Aromatic Tobacco; reference to physiological principl-s alone, but I BlankeJs, G-I and 8-1

!iti* arc selected fmi a jjreat iritnber received Marseilles Quilts, J, KJ, 11 and 12 qrs, Ilules, Adxr-s, Wrpuches SHV/S, Locks l Hooks 50 '' Mnfl'ddo.; have also' tin- happiness to know that it has stood Ingrain arid Cotton Carpeting

this week. Dt-riinis, Krotnliris and CotlonadeiJ, aid Stau1p Bulls( ,Scr nvst llinirps, Shutter Bolls, 20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap the test of practical exoiriment.You' Carpet Bans

New York, April 1. tsi.; Brown Shirthg and Sheeting, Brads, T.-r-;! !:?, Copppr Wire, Melting Indies, Kat 100( bags Shot ; 50 kegs Powder ; I ; -?, trolv, ,- R. LE DOYEN, Hats and Caps all stales

Dr. T-nvnsn.l : Djir Sir-'). e of mv children! Cotton Osnab'jrg.s, TrpsA\cs, I Hafchp| s, Coflee Mills, Slt-dgc Hammers 1000 hits Load ; Professor of Midwifery, late of Paris. Roots aiufShoes

very sick with! a Canker in the Mrifh 'IThr.tt Cotton Drilling and Ticking, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &.c. &c. 200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pur e. Clothing ot all kinds.

attcndsl: with :reit, de'ulity. It came L Linen and Cotton Checks, For sale by B. ELLISON & Co. For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. NEW YORK. August, ISIS. Also, a neat ortment of JEWELRY, and

near dyin;. I obtained si-ne of your excf>llent t Irish Linen, Shirtuis and Shpeting, DPC 1)). Cor. Waf rand Chestnut) sis.in Dec 30 41 Water street. Dii. R. M. WKISSFXHOFF : The moral many other articles too numerous to rriit ion.

medicine, and it curd it directly, Ibr which I Bleirhed Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, '; VEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding and Gardj-ri- f eflect of such infornntion as your work contains, Call and examine for yourselves.

asiure you: I feel very grateful. K'iglish, French aid American Prints, L) Il'ies, Blacksmiths Bpllow.s, Cotton and Wool Aromatic liatters.DPv. I believe be decidedly salutary. The rirhr of M. N, SCOTT & BROTHER,

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ELIZABETH FO\VLli II, 27 Dsbrosses-st. Super Cashmi-ro d'Ecosse, Pan*, Ploughs, &c. &.c. for sale by and for sale by questioned. I think the work will be the means

Fits Fits Fits Evtra 311 pyr Muslin' da Lame, H ELLISON ft. Co. April 13 J C ALLEN. of doing much go(71. Iron, Nails, Arc..

Dr. Tow.ifpril. not having tested his Sarsipa- Ei: li.sh, Scotch anti American dc,. DPC 0 fCor. U'atcr and Chestnut: s1t.1 S --- Rev. B. F. CROWLEY. 9. TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes ;
cotih SniL .',.'d 1 kegs Nails .
Super; Italian black and Silks do.
rilla in easeot Fits;. of course neverrecom-nend- figured -
oi< it, and watS'jrjWid( to receive the following Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, j:J OUTS: Shoes and Brogans, by the case; 3 GROSS Scotch Snufi; in half bottles,just received No. S Stanley Park, New York. J casks Weeding Hoes assorted qualities,;

from an Intelligent and respectable Farmer i in;; Super E'l- lish and Pongee Silk Hkfs, Women's Shops and JJuskins ; for tale by DR. WEISSFI.HOFF-Sir : The principles'of 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;

Weatchester county : KiglNhandmerican Cotton Hkfs, Men's' Boys and Youth's Brogans ; p April 13 J C ALLEN. Chemetry applied to the hints for regulating t the I 20 ." English and American Vises ?

Fordhim, August 13, IS 17.Dr Madras and Verona: head Hkfs, Men's" fine sew'd Brogan?; Shaviii Boxes. procreative iunction>,"as stated in your work on: 20 Bellows? -
Lidies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose pegged Boots; Child-Birth, would satisfy wellinformedperson 12 dozen Spades and Shovels
Townwnd : DairSir .1 hive a little gil ri and cheap lot of Shaving Boxes any ;
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Snncr Sifin Mirseillps &Worsted fine sewed Boots ; ALATGE (that the object of that publication could 10 Collins' Axes;
cert i years of age, who has ben several yei Vesting?, llusset and (for sale l by
afflicted with Fits; we tried almwt everything; Cottoi and Flax; Thread, Brogans. For'salehy,* Dec 9 'II 1 F .' BELT, be attained with the most perfect ease, certainty: 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;

for her but without success ; at last, although xve Plain and ui.'il Swiss and checked Muslins, B. ELLISON & CO., and safely. J. L. SULLIVAN, 1 case Rowland' Cast Steel Mill Saws;

eoald find no recommendation in our circulars fur Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. Thc Profcctiooa Isisairatsve Co. ()f Professor of Chemistry, New University. 1000 lbs Cast and German Sfeel, forsale by

ease like, hen, we thought, as she was in very Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c New Vioods.Af New Ivrsey. WM. G. PORTER CO ,

delicate health, we would give her some of your ??Whicli have been' lecfed with great care i Dry npIIE subscriber being appointed by the above Copies of this work will bf sent, in a close envelope ? Dec HO! .. .. 41 Water sfreef.

Smaparilla and are very glad we did, for it not New York and Boston, from Importers-ami Agentsof TSTIN & LONG, successors to J. Stevenson JL Company (their agent for this city, is now at single letter postage, to any part of I the Boots- and Shoes.

only restored her strength but she has had no return Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and & Co., are just opening at the old stand, cc' prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks.! United States for $1 sent post paid, to -p oy's and Men's Russet

of-the Fits, to our great pleasure and g'tr- are now offered wholesale or etail on favorableterms ner of Water and Clipsfnut streets, an entire ne\v Way i), ISIS. THOS. L. MITCHEL.r DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF. .. _E) Men's sow'd and pegd Kip Brogan.s ;
by WM. G. PORTER stock of DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS &c. Box 2710, New York Erogans ;
prise. She is fast becoming rI2ed and hearty, & Co. to City Gents fine Calf Brogans" .
for which we feel grateful. Dec. 30. 1S17. 41 Water street. which UK-.V invite the attention of the former Piles.tI Copyright secured- No Bookseller allowed to Wm's peg'd and ;

Yours, respectfully' customer of the old firm, and the public.ApalacliicohaNnv. VTCHETTS celebrated Spanish Specific, I for sell this work- Publication Office, 25S Broadway Super Ladjes* Kid sew'd and Morocco Shoes; Children's do;

,' JOILV BUTLER, Jr. Letter Paper. 11.fSlS.. -13-Gm- JJ- sale by [Fcb-2f] II F ABEEL. New York City. Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf.Boots.Shoes ; .

T cmalo; Medicine, 1 f\ REAMS fine Letter Paper, just received Note Paper. Joy lo ticVorI(l. CAUTION A large and extensivea9pr.lment received

'br.Fovaierid's SrnpariIIii is a sovereign and L\J and for sale by "PERFORATED and Ernbqssed Note Paper for PERRY DA VIS'S[ Pain Killer, just received: er-: Persons \-ho.wishcCenuine\ Work, byUS and for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO.

p'eely ciife.for Ihblpfcnt Consumption, Birrenneis I. April 13 J C ALLEN. JL sale by sale, wholesale and retail, by Dr. Weisselhofl", with private notes adclfd by' : Dec 30 41 Water street.

Pr tipiui Uleri ,\ r Fallihj; of the Womb, Dec 0 J C ALLEN- Sept 23 THOS. E- GRAY, Agent. own hand, can obtain it only by sending directly: t Henry's Magnesia, .

Cove( />ess. Pile, fce-icorrh! i, 'or Whites, ol:I. Wistnr's antl Swayiic's 1'er1 !:Iel to him, as he employs no Agents whatever and
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of Urine or involuntary discharge thereof, and lUST received and for sale by &c. &c. for assortment sale by of Extracts, Cologne! WADE &BUTCHAR'S and Rodgers & Sor I'S Book Agent, Pedlar, 'Postmaster orBookseller no BULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's andJ BaileyVcom-

ftr the gtatral proilr tioq of *the epteinp. no J Nov\ ll J. C, ALLEN ec 9 J C ALLEN superior Razors for sale by can possibly furnish the genuine work. Beware, .1)ceived pound fluid extract Sarsapirjllailjustre-
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