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'"' OLUME VI.] APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1849. [N___I BER t:,


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.JELREMIAH DAY. :D.ANNm J. DAY.
J. Day &. Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
DPc 2 Apalachicola, Fa.
-ma--: Agents for LLOYDS ; also, Agents for the
.EnaIinsurance Co."the "Protection Insurance
Co." and the"Hartord Insurance Co." Hartford

kwtles Rogers Eugene W. Rogers.
i rChas.] .1 ogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street
Dec 9 Apalachicola, Fa.
N. J. Deblois.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MEPCHANT,
..... No. 44 Water-street,
Doc 2 Apalachicola, Fa.
A. N. MCKAY. N- C. ROBBINS. CHASE. PRATT.
A. *l McKay-_ Co.
COMMISS ON MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water-street,


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i 1 ,i', il < ;t( ", '' .' stores.
,, .li ".V .,iier street,
SI.,v \\ 1Apaltachicola, Fla.
a^ lil. .!a-.^ ^a
*,,r I ? .ILE ?_YTVD RETAIL,
F 3. .. ..., .rf,',.'i PAINTS,}
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A I*.-- \ j reral asaortwent of Statinery.
,2 ,r. ,; ,IJiestnut and Water streets,
A ., l 11 Apalachicola, Fa.
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), N IiM l 1i 0 4vN M E R C H A N T,
-,.-, .4 : k .lr.-r .4l .--et- Up stairs,
D:.e. 1, 1 I 7 Apalachicola, Fla.
J.. C. Ulleic,%
\Vhil,..l,' ta .d K'ttail4)ealer in
KUG..'. lgtl'7^-)I PATNTS, OILS,
GLASS." BiLU3HES, &c.,&ec.
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BOOI(, B LA.- .,.-', l FATIOM ,.Y, 11&Y c.',&c-
a.' ul i-:, swit & ominerce streets,
Else 1 I A1-.lacieola, Ai.
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.A. 1o01AND COAXIOlSa!ON MERCHANT,
-. NSo. 28 Water street,
Doec 5 Apalachicola, FM.
"AveryV & JoSBeS,
GItOC ERS & CC, \l 1I -;SION MERCHANTS,
No.43 W-. ,i .-o i..t. ...
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: CO0M Mf1S:SIO0N MERCHANTS,
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.. T [N \("\ {E". I-;,-O T S', S t-o ns ,- H A T S ,
C-VPt'S:,-fHCKERY, SHIP '
C HA\N DLE RY, &c .
Cor. Waei"r and Chestnut sts,
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,CHVis. P. M-ICALU'V: i:c.i- \vr. R:,A I N.
:lt[Calla & ROinlail,
:.-6OM MIgSS ON ME RCGHANTS,
/~ ~ ~~~[ v ,.*. ^.&C.lunibus Block.
Nov...JS Apalaehicola, Fla.
ttJdii'Wod &, Caigll, "
TA ILORS,.
)ALTZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST.
.'. "Apalichicola, Fa.
.. (;ai5* l drder attende,] to With punctuality
..ind despatch. ;. Jan. 20


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WHOLF-I.ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
feRY GOODS, CLOTI-IIN':;, BR).,TS -hOES,
LHATS. c,
CoT. Water and Cent re-streek,
.Dec 23 A palaelc:o,:,la. Fa.
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"liriS kClteecvcr,
COMMIqSION MERCHANTS,
'-- O ffi ce N o. 36 W iV ter itre ,pt
..... de 23 Apala-'bieola. Fla.
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-FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANT,,
"*,' '- No. 4S W al.- .'ireel,
'Dec 1-2 APALACHICOLN, F.%
% R-oberts, Allen &' Co.,
DEA-LERR. IN .-HARDWARE AND SHIP
-*:"' .CHANDLERY, IRON. STEEL, NAILS,
'^T.. .,..^ SPIKES, AND CASTINGq,
.*'^ ^L.d Ifanufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
-'*-t *" ... per Wacres.
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Chloride of Soda,
JUST received and for sale by
.Dec 9 J C ALLEN.
Gnitars and Violins,
FOR sale by
Dec 9 J C ALLEN.-
Snuff,
SCOTCH, Snuff,, in bladder, for sale by
S July 15 I. F. ABELL


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families of such during there absence, opo
an agreement to share (he products of ti 6
enterprise. But let young men of moder-
ate means and resolute energies, either un-
married or with wives futl of spirit of
energy,:capable of making a house ont ofa
buffalo skin and getting up a comfortabld
dinner oui ofslender materials, and winh bu>t!L,
one kettle to cook in-if they, understanir
ailoring or have had a laste of 'back-woodi
ife, so much the better-let these and sudh
as'these go over; for fastidious,people and
hose who cultivate serves their is no room,
i California at present. Let those who'
have been hardly used n the cut-thro0.4.,
ways of trade, but are lill uunbrokent .
spirit and not afraid to wield a spade .
mattock, go over also if they can : -
neans ad leavDe no ,families tinproyflHp,
,etlitd-fhem. In ifot, l61. tIhe fo irti Il1A
and cmrnforrabe--hold acik add,,g've eth first
*hance at the gold region to those w 'Wo ha e"
as yet had n.o chance elsewhere.' -It ibut.
fair play. But =:..
VI.-WHICH IS THE BEJRT ROUTE TO CAt-
F,O~fSIA ? -.-
This is not easily answered. If You- hAVe .-.
neans. and can secure here a'passage in thie
steamship from Panama to San Franciscm,
don'l think of any other way. But the-6,
steamship cannot carry ohe-tenth of tho's
who are going, and to run d-wnu t-o:Panama .
and be obliged to wait there for months, id
hardly advisable. The two land 'rou(_es-
throug'hf our own territory-one by Mi,snurtl
and the South Pass of the Rocky Mouvi'-
ians, and the other by Sania Fe and the -
river Gila-are long, tedions, not withobl|
perils and exposed to privatinn; yet those
who start early, well moutiied ind provided,-
will go through this way ;' and "for pewso-ia
who start from points west of the AlleglhA-
Dies, ihese : re probably as good routes as
any. You can choose between them on the
estimony of those familiar wilh Ihe-m after
you have passed St. Louis', mid there will
be no. lack of guides .
For our own part, if we were starting now
or before March, and were not suie 'of a
berth in the ste.amnship from Panama to Sa-n
Francisco," we should probably take shilp= to
Vera Cruz,and thence travel over. anMd b"
way of Mexico (city) to Mazatlan or some,
point on the Pacific coast whence passage
could be procured ; and if such were not to
be found, would keel) on by land 'to Calit-
fornia. -
With two or three hundred Mexican dol-"
lar (gold will pass at a pinch as yet,) we Bet,
lieve the trip to San Francisco could be' "
made over this route in sixty or seventy days;"
aed not unpleasantly. Not less than Iwenly
nor more than eighty should'travel iogelhte'f.
-less than twenty would nrot be safe 'more :
thanoikh-uy would often find the :ehtertsinr
ment for man and beast somewhat meagre;'""
They most go prepared to purchasebhardy.
horses or mules either at Vera Cruz or far-"
ther west, as speed on one band or economy
on the other shall.dictate. One more que?-
tion is often asked us: ,
Vii.---VHAT WILL CONGRESS DO ABOUT THR -
*L A Ds l ? .. .. ., ,
We can only give our Own opinion bon
this head. We believe, it will authorize th,<-
Executive neither to sell nor lease them at
the present session, but leave every one free.
to dig where he pleases, so that 4e does not
trench upon the rights of anohe.re, *per,'0,-'0.-
imposing a modern, Ta1, onxlhe entire [lrQ-
ceeds-say 10 per ceot--o be lpaid a- 1he .
rnintin- Califor!,,. In o'her wod], Cob'-
gress mayy require ever-,, ue,'"hu penalty of-
ifonfiscation; to bring his gould du'g'oq-ppblic
lands to the mint and receive for it; taCsh hikA
hand, nine-tenths the quantity of coined
gold. We think it will either do this or doi,
nothing. 1 r '
We trust this will excuse us from answer-
ing letters of iuquiry,,respecting Califronia..
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NOBILITY IN EUROP- -.On.'~tl in

nent of Enrop, titles of nobihity deceudt'0
all the children. This leads to some -m-
stances,1.f rank being possesse-d by ppqr-onq-
in menial employ nen, for families mu'sl
live, in'spite of the (lisgrace .of nobility, .ha?- *
ing to work for'a .livelihood. In the t'wfl-
of Meckleuberg, Sfhwe,'in, in Germgany,:
every inhabitant is noble horn c.cept-(bur..
At lhe iun of the place, the landlord is a-
Count, the landlady, a Co-untess, and' the-
ostlers yonu gCouinis. A laite traveller say6: -
" Awealthy English merchant, captivated
wilh the .scenery as hie traivelled thiroul.kh.-
boughl an estate on ibe lake uear by, and.
came here to 'reside. EHe .was inelligpnt.
and well educated but he ha.'d no. family coat
of arms. The entire, population of-the town
visit him, and even the village barber, who"-
was a Baron, would not recognize him in-.
the street, and only knew his name when in.
the act of performance on his chin" ,Thjs.
is ..but a specimen of other quantiities of": ":
Europe. The nobles of [tungary nioiint-'-
to 162,495. The nobles of lliecity of Mi-alair
alone amount to 3,859. In 1822, a pub/js~i-
ed census showed, the nobles o~f'Pru~ssia to;-
amount to 200,000. Rank on the eonlhrieenr.-i


therefore, is a different thing irm rank in,
England, which) country is after all ,I emeast!
arislocra'tic on the globe.-Phil. Bulletin. ,
:. ',;.: : *, ; : ^.!
Extract of a letter, dated New Orleans,:
D e c 2 2 : "
"Every thing here is Urnsually.dull; the' -
Cholera has produced a perfect paniei.6'", :
sh-ould judge that avt' least 25,000 persona "'
have left in the course of" th. last' we'ek- y
about 100 die iu the coprseof l.wenty-four/
hours." .'~/

:Thie Cholera at New York, accoing to
the Hle,,ih Offi.eer's report-made /the May-
or o6 rh 24th- ult., is on the decline. But
one new 'case occurring at the Maripe Hos.;
pital,and one death that da.. No netw (aseit
in the, citi. ./4


1 11C JlJctUln X C-erUlUl UL 1- Amleic at .


GOING TO CALIFORNIA.
Under this head the editor of the N. Y. I
Tribune throws into form the following sen- e
sible remarks in reply to repeated applica- a
'ions mnde to him by letter and otherwise; e
about going to California. They are mark- b
ed by such good sense as will commend d
them to the consideration of all who even 0
think of going tdoCalifornia : I
I.-HOIW ABOUT THAT GOLD IN CALIFORNIA? a
That a considerable area in Northern Ca- I
lifornia is extremely rich near the surface i
in virgin gold, no sensible man now pre-
lends to doubt. There is no longer a sha. v
dow of excuse for affecting tO believe the s
accounts fabulous, nor the product mica, r
nor anything of-lhe -sort. That from one to r
five thoa-and pe3r.3--, ere agedd in dig-
ging and fishing for gold in the new pla- a
cer," from June to September last inclusive, c
and that the average product of their labors a
was at least one ounce of 23-carat gold,
worth fully 5$20, for each day's faithful labor, ,
.ire, very certain ; and the product per man
was rather increasing than diminishing at
the latest dates' partly by the discovery of r
richer deposits, but more sensibly by the
invention, purchase and manuTacture ofd
more suitable implements, &c., rendering s
the labor employed far more effective than
al first. But ,
II.-WILL THE GOLD CONTINUE ABUNDANT? t
We think it will not to the extent hitherto tl
realizrd, but Ihat it will to a very considera- a"
hie extent. That gold is found over a very i
large area is true, but that it is every where r
so plentiful as in the neighborhood of Cap(. I
Sutler's settlement, where this discovery
was first made, we distrust. The accounts
favor it, but analogy is rather against it. \
True, lhe Russian gold mines in the U ral.
,Mountains remain as productive as-ever,'af-
ter several years' efficient working, and these 1
are in a region by no means so new to civil- Y
iz;iiiqn as the interior odf Clifornia. Usu- b
ally. however, the first Arils of a newly
discovered or newly worked gold region are !
the richest, and tlhe sanguine expectations b
formed at the outset are not justified by the ]
experience of following years. The 'unpa-
ralleled rush of adventurers to California -
will also operate against the realization of
extraordinary profits individually, by speed-
ily crowding and in time exhausting the
richest localities, when inferior must be re-
sorted to; while the cost of all-the necessa--
ries of life must remain very high, nut only
by reason of the great demand for them, and
ihe distance whence a good part of thiem r
must be brought, but because of the great '
difficulty of retaining the seamen, and thus r
brin.ging away the vessels in which supplies "
,ire transported thither. We presume, there- t
fore, that gold digging in 1849, though still \
very profitable, will in the average be less so
than in 1848.
We are not forgetting that the mines
whence these diluvial riches have in process
of rime been washed to the valleys and ra- t
vines yet remain to, be discovered ; but
though they will doubtless long defer the
exhaustion of the California gold region,
they can hardly be expected to increase or
even sustain its productiveness. We know
no actual mines of any sort which will re-
turn ihventy dollars per day for the labor re-
quired to work them.
But there will be an immense amount of
gold obtained in California during the next
year, and probably through many years to
COMO. The question next in order would
seem to be-
IfII-WHAT OBSTACLES AND DRAWBACKS
ARE TO BE ENCOUNTERED BY SEEKERS
FOR IT ?
We have already spoken of the high pri-
ces of the necessaries and comforts of life,
which will inevitably subtract heavily from,
the gains so sanguinely counted on. It will
cost from $200 to $400, with from fifty to
one hundred and fifty days, to reach the
gold region from this quarter, and" when
there, transportation, food, &c., must inevi-
tably be very dear. Manufactures, imple-
ments, &c., will be cheapened by the arri-
val or the vast quantities now on the way
thithler, hut these must still be sohd high ~to .
afford a fair profit to their owners.. We
,.apprehend that those who but half work, or
feair towe' Iheir feet, or try to acquire weelth1
without work, Will:, .as a general rule, be
found as poor in California w~hen.the golden
flood shall have ebbed, as any where else in
the world. Those .who drive hard at the
work, fearing nothing, sparing themselves in
nothing, will generally have realized a cdm-
petence; while those who unite scheming
With working--a faculty for business with a
straigbt-forward energy in digging--will,
especially if they commence with means and
ar'e fortunate, realize immense fo'rtufies. But
IV,--IS THE "*eOUNTKY HEALTH? -
For the temperate and" prudent we believe
il is ; _for the dissipated aud reckless, we
know no region thati is safe. Doubtless
here is ,nuc! exposiure to (.h, elements to
be encountered in a region'" were habita-
tinns are few as wretched andt llhe arts of life


almost unknown. But 'the Climate is tern-,
perate and equable, the waters sweet and
rapid, and the .mountain breezes, dispel any
fair excuse for fevers.- We believe men
from this quarter may d.ig gold throughout
the year wilh impunity-changing from the
river bottoms to the hills as the winter or
rainy reason comes On, and using reasona-
ble precaution to avoid needless exposure,
unwholesome food, &c. But ,
V.-WHO.SHOULD GO TO CALIFORNIA?
Not those who are well employed here,
and have families that need their -care and,
protection. Not the wealthy, who have al-
ready their share of tMlis world's goods.; let
these take adventure itf they will in supply-
ing proper outfits for industrious -and ,reli-
ably upright men,' and in subsisting (he


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THERE ARE PECULIARITIES about God;l!y'4 LIa-
dy's Book for the ladies that .no other Maz :zire
possesses. There is a Mezzotint and Line En-
graving in each number-both by the boost artiIs.
In addition to these, there are given monthly
what no other magazine gives-a Colt-rod Fash-
ion Plate, with a full description This fealure
is peculiar to Godey, as no other work has them
every month and colored. Then there are Caps,
Bonnets, Chemisettes, Equestriani-m for La-
dies, with Engravings. The Ladies' Work Ta-
ble, with designs for knitting, nesting, crotchet,
and all other kinds of work. Patterns lor
Smoking Caps, Chair Covers, Window Curtains,
D'Ovley's, Purses, BagQ, &c., &c. Health and t
Beauty, with Engravings. Model Cottages, with
ground plans, and other engravings, always illus-
trative of somethinguseful. Music, beauifully
printed on tinted paper, which may beitaken out
and bound. Colored Modern Cottages and Colored
Flower Pieces occasionally. These are all extra
in Godey, and to be found in no other Magazine. I
Those were, a'l given last year, an4"will be1,,e ,-
tinued. In'addition, we shall havein evety No.,
-one of *i
,CROOME'S SKETCHES OF AMERICAN
CHARACTERISTICS,"
Almost amusing series,.,now first given to the
American public. These will be illustrated in
every No. by a Story from the powerful pen of T.
S. Arthur, Esq.
THE CHANGES OF FASHION,"
Illustrated by Fay Robinson, Esq This series
will be verv interesting to the ladies.
"THE APPLICABILITY OF THE FINE
ARTS TO DOMESTIC UrEa,"
Is another, s'-rie,1 of Engravinfs now in prepara!-
tion, and will be published during the year.
COTTAGE "FURNITURE.
Having given so mary Model Cottages, we intend
now to comMence the publication of Cottage
Furniture-a very necessary appendage to a
Cottage.
RELIGION AND HISTORY.
Our superior Artists, Walters, Tucker, Pease
and Welch, are now engaged upon a set of plates
illustrative of these two subjects.
OUR MUSIC.
Prepared expressly for us-mosily original, and
beautit'ully'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 as Miss Leslie, Grace Green-
wood, W. G. Simms, Mrs. Ellet, T. S. Arthur,
Mrs E. Oakes Smith., Mrs. J. G. Neal, 14. T.
Tuckerman, H. W. Herbert, &c., the author of
the Widow Bedott, Professor Frost, Bryant, Long-
fellow, Holmes-and a host of others-must al
ways tke the lead in literary merit.
TERMS:
For Three Dollars'we wilLsend the Lady's
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monthly, and the Lady's Dollar Newspaper pub-
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making three publications in one month, or if the
subscriber prefers the following splendid engrav-
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taining the _portraits of Harriet Newell, Fanny
Forrester, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Ann H. Judson
and. Mrs. E. B. Dwight, ang-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, and
any three of Mrs. Grey's or Miss Pickering'A, po-
pula novels..
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to be paid on all orders.
Address, L. A. GODEY,
J 113 Chestnut street, Philada.
With any newspaper giving the above a few
insertions we will exchange.
Iustard.


A SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, in
tin boxes, for sale by
. April 27 H F ABELL.
M 'OFFAT'S LIFE PIiLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H.F. ABELL, Druggist.
BS rushes.
H AIR, Hat, Cl6thes, Teeth,Nail and Shaving
H Brushes, for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.
Coongress Water.
UST received fresh, and for sale by
.uly 8 H F ABELL.'
D .JAYNES' celebrated Family Medicines,
just received, and for sale by
Oc t J C ALLEN.


Apalachicola, Fa.


D e 15


J1110. -. Silltison,
A _.TION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No.-2 Columbus Block,
... .. Apalachicola, Fa.
'ef Advances made 6n all consignments if re-
,1Uw ell Nov. 25, 184S.
D. B. WOO0,
C'O'M M IS SIO'N MERCHANT,
4 Water-sf.,


Apalachicola, Fa.


Nov 18.


Wm. H. LONG.


THOSE. H. AUSTIN.


Auistisa & Long,,
COMMISSION. MERCHANTS,
No. 45 Water-street,


Nov 11


Apalachicola, Fa.


Coln-cnission, and Auction lfto^>m,
EUFAULA, ALABAMA,
BY
J. B. STAP. C& Co.
We having received a full share of the patro-
nage from the Merchants of Apalacfhicola last
season, will feel thankful for the same in our line
of business ti.e coming winter.
' EntuIla, Ala., Nov '14, 1848.. ..445-tf
rifAula Anctf6n and Comnlis-
sion House,
BY ,
D. DANFORTH.
Thankful for the patronage hitherto received
from the Merchants of Apalachicola, he would
respectrilly solicit a continuance of their favors.
Eutaula, Ala., Oct. 27, 184S. 42-s



WM, SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
oyN l-,, be fi und at his residence, corner of
.Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.
W. 0. M Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Ofiers his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
He wifl practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and JacksonCiecuit Courts-and will, upon
a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the ,Mliddle or Westera Circuit. He willalso,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
see, (he sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1"846.
A. G. Semmnes,
'ATTORNEY AT LAW.
80- Office, Xo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Comrperce streets.
novwy Apalachicola, Fla.


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Oil Cloths and Carpets.
5 PCS Oil Cloth, I and 2 yards wide;
15 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
2 Stair "
10 Tufted Rugs,
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street.
Liincets.
PRING and Thumb Lancets, just received
and for sale by '
Feb 24 H F ABELL.


.- Snuff.
COTCH and Macaboy, in bottles- and blad-
durs, just received and for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELE.
Perry Davis's Pain Killer,
OR sale by J C ALLEN.
F I ,v18..


Panacea.
SWAIM & HOUCK'S Panacea, just received
and for sale by ; "
Feb 17 H F BELL.


Lemon Syrup.
B RAY'S superior Lemon syrup, just received
and for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


HATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
H B. ELLISON & CO.
Dee 9. ,Cor. Water and Chestnut st.
Dri~gg and Medicines.
T HE subscriber has just received from New
York, per brig Virginia, a large and fresh
stock of Drugs and Medicines, and all articles
usually kept m his line,. to which he, would re-
speettully call the attention of his friends, and
the public generally.
Nov 4 H F ABELL.
Seeds!. Seeds! Seeds!
G ARDEN Seed,; just received, and for sale by
Nov 4 H F ABELL.


New Publications.
go0 VOLUMES just received, and for sale
by
Nov 4 "H,.F. ABELL.


Soaps.
A LARGE assorkment of Toilet Soaps, just
received, and for sale by
Dec H- F ABELL.
EIDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders iof the
best quality, for sale by -
July 17 J. C ALLEN.
Or. Woodruff's Antibillious Veg-
, etable Life Pills,
OR sale by
Feb 8 : J C ALLEN.
Ffsthig Tackel.
X GOOD assortment just received and for sale
by
Dec 91 J C ALLEN


Potash.
2000fr LBS. just received and for sale by
2000,N 4 .. H F ABELL.
Congress Spring Water,
JUST/feceivedand for sale by
Nov 11 J.C. ALLEN.


Dysentary Cordial.
DD. WOODRUFF'S Dysentary Cordial, just
received and for sale by. '.
Dec 9 H F ABELL.


S-chool Books.
A LARGE ,-.j'tnleut >.,l S- h,,,.l B,,ks j4st
,'ecl, dJ aind lhr s.,i, by
D.- J. C. ALLEN.


I. N. Scott i&'Brolliel',


,o *OSt,
0'N Wednesday last, on Water street, a MA-
SONIC BREAST-PIN, Enameled. ..The
finder will be liberally rewarded by returning the
same to ,' W. A. WOOD.
Dec. 2, 1848.
,( .. .Lotion. ,
G -RANVTLL'S Lotion, just received, and for
sale by
Dec 9 J C ALLEN.


0 Pere ivssonl Caps,


F )R -.IL-, bN
Dov ,, J C ALLFN.
Vermifuge.
W INER'S Cn.:,Own' eri V tr'l f,i...r -le hy
Feb1-17 H ,".F A ELL.


StortNa.e.
IN Fire Pr,-o:f Storc N,,. "2J \\'.,te:r -lr>:-:. hv
N,-,v "*',. D. B. \\'I LJD.


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Saddlery, &c.
S ADDLES. ,.,I .tl'l.i.- i.,.,ttfr and ulahtie!,
Bridles. curb and Snaffle bits,
Saddle Bag,!s,
Martingales and Whi],-, f,,r .-,le b%,
\VM. G. PIORITEI & Co.
Dec 30 41 W\Vlr Stre-irt.
School- Books.
FOR sal? by
Febb 1,7 H F ABELL..


Fresh Yest PoWders,
UST received, and for sale by ,I' I /
Dec 9 1 JC ALLEN.


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work above and below the windows, which
are very numerous, and crossed by Gothic
mullions; the corners, also, and ihe stones
over ihe doors;, are relievyed by mouldings.
From each corner of the building. ;,nd from
the middle of each side, there projects a
solid square lower, resting on arches based
on the ground, through 'which carriages
might drive. Taken as a whole, it has a
cotnpact, massy, and graceful appearance,
not dissimilar in general effect to that of a
Grecian temple, -though totally different in
its siruclure. The details are e-xecuted with
neatness and delicacy, but there is no frip-
pery about the ornamental carving, and eve-
ry p.iri appears 1o contribute to (he grand-
eur of the whole. As (he work has been
carried on to the same height all around, no
part of the walls is higher hlan the rest. and
alh-ough the court is thickly overgrown
with trees and shrubs. a)Id the walls are mat-
led with creepers and brilliant flowers, the
edifice cannot, in strictness, lie called a ruin,
since. every sfone r,.tcins its original place.
In sorne districts o'f the town ,ofPanotna,
whole streets are allowed to fall into n g-
lect ; rashas grown over most parts of ![ie
pa-vement, and the military works are ,.rum-
bling :ist to decay. Every thiling, in short,
tells itle same lamentable story of former
splendor and of "present 'poverty.
American i ocapde of Canton Threatenei.
A letter front Canion. of' 27ih September,
narriaes a disagreement between lihe imipe
tial comnmis-ioner at lCanton, atd Mr. Davis,
the American envoy there. The circum-
stances are as follows :
rhe new governor of Canton, who af.
Iects a supercilious bearig, towards all for
eiuners, and refused, sone months ago. to
gr~nt an interview to the Spanish ambibsa-
dor, lhis conlrived 10 get into an awkward
squabble wili lhe Minister of the United
States. For some time the governor re
Sfised lto fix a daiy for rpceivina Mr. "Divi
and when lie at last a|)pointed one, he did
so while that genitetnan was absent at NMa-
c;io. Mr. Daivis. as soon as fihe titnmatinn
Was .coi'viyed to him, setnt wort ] 'hat lie
would wait onillis excellence at [he time ap-
pointed, and left Macao without 'delay, bill
was rewarded in. his progress up the river by
contrary winds, and reached Canion a day
too late. He sent an explanation and ex-
pression of his re'gret to I lie governor, (Sen.)
rpqoesting iliat anoi-er day might be fixed.'
To'this applica-tion an an.;wer was return,,d
(if so insolewt a ren-or,.'t'al Mr. Davis deem-
ed it inadimissible, and reinrtred it wili a
none to rhe following effect: I -shall wait a
few htaysi more for;r in apoloy, aiid, if that is
wihhlhld, it remains, for me to decidfe whe-
ther at once to hlockade the river, o-r pro-
ced io lo he. norlthward lo sve what I can do
there. The Plymoirth and Preble, (ships
of w;,r.) now hr're, and the Ohio, line of-
batilp-ship; the Dolpihin. 1.0 i.un brig; and
the Princeto-n. sleamir s-bordly expected, af-
ford ample means to enforce mny demands.'"
London Ne :vs.
HABITS OF MEMBERS OF CONGRESS.-Il
is a fact worthy of' note. ltha out ofnill those
whose n:imes are recorded 1Upon the mI-nu-
menis of the Congressional Cemneiery, by
flir the greater proportion died ei-ther 'by
complaints which ih-v' brought with them
to Washington, or which were caused hy
their implrdent and irregular habits of life.
Indeed, it is a wonder that more do not die,
when we consider how entirely their usual
course of living is changed. Nothing can
be more irregular than tOe life of a memblt r
of Congress. He goes lo ihe Capitol at len
o'clock, is engaged upon comnmlittees until
twelve, and then passes i-lrongh the damp
passages of'that huge mass of stone, into
-the overhealted halls of lthe Senate or House.
Here he reminins four. six, or perhaps twelve
hours ; and if lie is desirous of being pre-
senr at every call of the yeas and nays, his
lIncnl or dinner must be postponed accord-
ingly, and perhaps that meal will eventually
be taken by candlelight, upon invitation,
after which the remainder of the evening is
spent at a party. It is obvious what an- ef-
fect these irregular- hors, and he constant
display before him of all the lnxuries of tlhe
season, with wines andi liquors, must have
_^ npon a man who has always been accustom-
ed a! his village home, to dine at eone, upon
a single dish. No wonder that the dyspep-
sia prevails. _But Ihis is not all. If at all
inclined vo dissipation, an easy and pleasant
road is opened to him; and not a few there
are who walk therein. Every one who has
lIved in Washington. for tll- lasl few years,
and paid much attention to these masters,
will remember many most glaring cases of
this kind, for which the climate has-been
blamed by friends at a distance. On the
olher hand, the place has become a favorite
residence, to many, 'as bein favorable Io
healhh.--[Varnumn's Notes on the Seat of
Government.

THE SEASO\-NEW COT'TO.,--The past
fall and the winter thus far hias heen thle
most mild and pleasant which he have ever
exp+erienced in this laliiude. W'e had no
fi.

are pillina forih leaves, and veaeflaion has
t-' appearance of ti'e opening spring.
Harfv Ortiffin, Esq., presented !-.S this
:week will' r full Prown cotton boll which
h:11 j,,st, matn red from a ratteen stalk.-
Albany Patriot, 61ih inst,


Journal is to be merged in the'Fioridian.
HOME JOURNAL.-This popular specimen
of typographical excellence ecrines to us in
the added beauty of a new dress. 'It is filled
with its usual literary originalities. W illis
certainly-has an unique iaste in types and
trifles, Parisian gossip and--poetry.
At a meeting of the, Chamber of Com-
merce, held on the 2d instant, the following
gentlemen were elected officers for the en-
suing year :
A. N. McKAY, President.
D. J. DAY. Vice President.
CHAS. PRATT, See. and Treas.
Committee on Appeals :
N. J. DEBLOIS, | V. T. WOOD,
W. W. SIMS, 1 1. SALTER,
W. A. KAIN.
Committee of Arbitration :
R. G. PORTER, B. F. NoURSE,
B. S. HAWLEY, A WYLIE,
J. H. "HULL, T. L. MITCHEL,
D. G. RANEY.

1U. S. Senator.
T willt Ie perceived by an extract from
the'Sentinel, published in our cotuimns to-
d:i'y, that Gen. JACKSON MORTON, of Es-
cambia, was duly elected Senator in Con-
gress, on M'onday the 1st insia'nt.
To say that we rejoice at the selection
which has been made. would 'be merely to
re affirm sentiments already openly express-
ed by our actions. We do say, however,
that we f,'el proud of the choice which has
been made by lihe Legislature. and acknow-
ledgo in the r-sult of the election the "'e.
ceipt of what, as a Western Edilor and a
Western Whig, we conceive that a dlue re-
gard" to comity and f,.irness entitled the
West to expect-a Rppresentaii've on !he
floor of ihe Sename who understands and
will urge Ier interesis-which expectations
were adminlied on all sides to be just and
reasonable, anl whose consulmmnaiion can-
not and should not prove unacceptable to
any Whig whose love of justice is para-
'mount to the dictates of a selfish ambition.
That the result of the Senatorial election
may dampen the ardor of new born zeal-
may send inro 'their Iomner retirement the
new Icv-ites who armed Ihemselves for tire
contest when victory perched on our stand
ard, arid whose peculiar preferences have
not been gratified, it is but natural to ex-
pect ; but that any Whigf'om the start-
any veteran soldier of lhe well-fought fields
of 1845 ",nd] '46-will be driven from his posy
by a failure to obtain for himself or his
friends an office which was considered as
rightfully due o a Western man, is wit to
be believed. We trust antd feel assured that
Florida Whigs are made of nobter metal,-
,iat principia non honines is their monro.
--Gen. Morton is well known lo every one
who has paid attention to the past history of
the State and Territory. F1e h as frequently
served with.distinction in the former Terri-
iorial Legislature, having been at one time
President of the Council, and'in 1838 and
'39 he was a member of the Convention that
formed the Slate Constitution, i
Gen. Morton has at all times been active,
unremitting and diligent, in his efforts in
behalf of Whig principles-his career has
not been of the briefness of the hour ofex-
citement and passion---he has not flashed
before the public like Ihe meteor of a mo-
ment-but his efforts have been deliberate,
continued and untiring. To him the WhFia
party is indebted for the maintenance of
their strength in the counties of Eseamhbia
and Santa Rosa. It is to thle influence with
which his talents andi integrity have invested
him, thattis to be ascribed the recovery by
!he Whigs, in 184t, of the county of Santa
Rosa, lost to the Democrats in 1846.
It is but too common nowadays to prefer
a man of brilliant and showy parts--the man
who, under Ihe stimulus of that excitement
which a warm political canvass generally
engenders, makes the welkin ring with
bursts of eloquence, and Ihrealens to sweep
all before him in his zeal--bul who, when
the battle is over, relapses into the silence
of security, or thai of despondence, again to
.awaken when ihe tide of victory impels him
forward--oethe inian~who, though he never
astonishes the mullitnde by his prodigies.


yet surely and certainly cmnribnutes, by his
unremiiiing industry and unfaltering efforts,
to bring a-bout Ihe results which are attribu-
ted ti the more showy bmt less substantial
prowess of others. The roar of the, artillery


NEW ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA.-The Fort
Smith (Ark.) Herald contains letters from
Gen. Ar-tickle and Major Bonneville. boih
well acquainted with the prairies, recom-
mending (Ire Arkansas route to New Mexico
as being shorter and better than the Mis-
sonri one. They botlh -rrge Fort Smiith as
a point of departure., and the valley of the
Canad~ian as'(the path; butt Naj. Bonneviller
advocates the route by the south bank of
the North Fork, while Gen. Arbuckle pre,
fers the south bank of ihe South Branch.
Gen. A's scheme is, from Fort Smith to 4a


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estimated coso of ,te work is 61,000 per ,T, I "A n I
mile, or $180,000 in the aggregate. CO0MMERIAL I E

A Hotel Wanted at Panama.
T'he following extract from thejournal of APAL. ACICOOLA, THURSDAY, J'SAN. 1849.
Capt. Basil Hall, is interesting at this time.
Panatma is likely to be.the great thorough- S- The following 'gentlemen are authorized
"fare between the Atlantic and Pacific, and, Agents.for the Co:MMERI.AL ADVERTISER, and wil


From the Baltimore Sun.
The Tendency ot the Slavery Agitations
;. Many years ago. Maryland and Virginia
talked as freely as Kentucky does now, about'
'devising ways and tneansi for lhe abolition
'o1" sI'averyj2vithin their respective ,neies ai-d
!bounds. The fanatics of ltie North, how-
,ever, were determined 'to cary on their
schiemes at sutch a headlong rate that it be-
'came necessary for the slave Siates to fall
!'-back on their reserved rights as a measure of
"se-lf-defence.; and thus their punrpmse, or the
purpose or such of(hem as had contenptla-
ted the subject of abolition was effectually
retarded--he good they would have done
-themselves, Ihey could not. It was not, as
z$,som.e suppose, a master of spile, it was a
Ineasure of necessity-an act ol-self-securi
ty against impending; danger. There is no
doubt, however, that with all danger re-
moved, the object at one tine frankly pro-
pose('I andl openly discussed, has become
more difficult than :i( was then, and much
more sensitive to ihe'touch.
To the fact,. however, that the States to
.,which we refer have been thus retarded in
heir independent action, may be attributed
many ol the subsequent difficuhties that have
arisen on ihe subject of slavery. and much
Soi" the painful anxiety which at this moment
agitates the nation. Had those Siales been
-left to dispose of heir o,wn iifer inm ter iii Itir own w% iy, it -is by no means
41M i,-Ni'ilbl thl'l Maryland, Virgini), and ihe
T.;.isirl, I of Columbia would by this time
h.ive4 e.-n nearly, if nrot alho'ether, f'rt'e
{ro'ni, -slavery. And all wtild have beern
done quietly, and no question of "' rights"
wouMd ev-er have been involved in the pro-
cess. Such, however, was not the case-;
norihern fanaticism determined t, achieve
distinction upon the basis of' i's own folly,
and-ceaseless exciiernent has been entailed
upon the country.
The agitation upon the slavery question is
tending very distinctly to a deierminate issue,
and the sooner it arrives at that point the
better for-all concerned, The issue is not
so) near, however, as soine-of oar southern
contemporaries seem to believe. The south
has, within a few d&vs, manif'fsied considr-
able feeling and unanimity iiy relation to fite
late proceedings of Coigres-', bul we cannot
feel that it is ihe trne ground for us to lake.
The Richltond Wihig of Wednesday last,
has a well tempered article on the subject,
from which we extract -the following pas
sages:
"Still we regard the movemrnent as one
whi,.h is well calcilaied to give uneasiness
in this quarter, all(d we would have it reel in
what We conceive to be the ieriipcr snp irit,-
Let it be ascertained first that C ngress will
pass a bill I.o this effect, and hI n Ien the
'south lake, wilhontt passion-it- hout p1r.
ade-a position from which it will not be
mowed ; a position of calm,. resolute, deter-
imned resistance t-o such ;rn agg2russion as
"suel a law would imply. Let Iwvhere he to
vaporing--no e-x'riv-vame--no ,preiPiwiture
occupation of an untenable 1position--no
threats and no bravado. The south is un
dodbiah.dly in ;the.ri-ghl, and has ih,,refore no
occasion to t esorI to violent demonstrations,
,which, by irritating tlhe passions of those
who are oppos,+d to her, ,nay finally lead to
mosrt. 4lfrpliii;,li, c nsequellves. Le h lefr
calmly select her- ground and determine" to
stand by i', and ihus thrown. her eeneies in
the wrong, leave all the consequences upon their
heads.
The South -must be careful,. as w have
intimated, to take such u position as she can
maintain under all circumstances. ,-t" sIhe
fake false ground, ando aiteiwards, retreat
from it, it will ,but embolden those uwho are
Vnow plessin," Qupon .her loins. We, have
every hope when it shall he seen iliat ihe
" most tearful cons,'qlie-nic's tq my ensue fromi
the continued pressing t)f this su!bjeci, th,,t
the calmer juodgment of oar N,,ribheri bre-
thren may lead them to reflect. whal a frea-
sure they are aboi ti throw aw;iy in pur-
suit of a mere abstraction."
Thl italicising it) lhe ex'traf t is oirs.- The
.pa;sagz.s so imarked are all imi-ri riant. Ibut
we venture to submit, ,hat wilh the excel)
i-ion of'some repulsive lproposiliions -rn'the
resolutions of Mr.(Gott, the Souilh 'annoi
lake a posiiion of "c-almt, i'es+)line, dr-.er.
Smiled resistance Upon vhie is.sre inl Con-
tress, and liave all conscque'es tupon
the headIs o'f her e nem)ies." It is Irtue,
and of the first importancee. tha~t thle Sdruih
should "take such a position as she can
maintain" under all circtumstan,-es,"7 bult we
must be very caulious thlal we do not t, ke a
position upon "a mere al)stracli,)n," and re-
treating from it, "embolden those who are
now pressing upnn our loins."
qThe true issue, If it ever should come,
will be ihe North against the State sover-
eignlty of Ihe Soulh; andl should a~ny man
dare -to propose that, he 'nf tns treason.--
T~he tendency of slave a+.ilation is to re-
move all the abIractions--all (he debale-
tfale:round,--for our parn, we say let it gto.
When that is gone, our righis will be deft-
htire; and we shall kno~w, Ihen, by tlhe first
breath of his lips tle, rnan whno its really
anxious to rtapture the sacred federal (ie.--


The constitution has some definite marks
at any rate; and there is a point at which
we know the rights of the South upon this
question of slavery are so distinctly marked
that: he who runs may read.
The S6outh has made concessions, and
they are h.onora!.e to her. Every compro-
mise, Psi-it has been termed, has been
literally a concession on the part of the
--South to Northern prejudices against sla
very. The honor of peace has been, there-
lore, with the South, and she has proved her
-love of the Union. Let her prove it still.
To do this she must be true to herself.-
She must let the abstractions go, and take
her immoveable position upon the constitu-
tional rights pertaining tlo-4ier Staie sover-
eignty. Once united upon this ground, in-
diosolubly welded by principles drawn from
the constitution of the nation, she will suc-
cessfully overawe the treason that may dare
to show itself, scatter like chaff the miser-
able devices of faction, and by the vitdica-
tion of her absolute rights, evolve) lh high-
est conservative elements of our glorious
Union.

A project has been started for brhnaing
the Saratoga waters to New York city in
glass pipes! No0ice has been given that an
application will be made to ihe Le-islainre
for an act of incorporation. -It is proposed
to miould brick wilh sem1i cylindrical grooves
in their sideiL and in )these g&Ioo es t- p)lae
a glass tube, ihe space (Jetween the glass
a144 brh bBng -filled with cement. The


carries dismay to the hearts of the enemy- Joya, ou the Rio Grande,-630-or, at the
but its havoc in their ranks is disproporiion- utmost, 680-miles: La Joya being near
ed lo the fear which it inspires or lhe hope the usual place of departure on the Rio
which it encourages. It is the noiseless Grande for Califovnia,.by the rouie of the
steel which wins the battle. Give us the Gila River. This is one of the proiecied
slow and firm heavy-armed-infauntry, before great Railroad routes to the Pacific, and
Vhe liglt drigoon. has, indeed, ihe merit-of being one of the
It would have gratified us could Gen. shortest routes.--_orth American.
5Morion have traversed ihe State in hisca-
pacity of Elector during ihe late campaign. Ab"o1lel pur goh< is 24 carats. The
'Such was his invention-but the illness of gold co itof England isan alloy of 11 parts
his lady-whose life was for a long li'me in g91)h Id nd -1 copper. One lb. Troy is now
peril-retained himnit home. No one wit h coined into 46 29 40 sovereigns. Our gold
a proper regard for the requirements of ci- coitfs cnntain 1q1 Ir~ts'pure gohl, ad 1 Iof
vilized life, could wish to see domestic-duties alloycomposed of silver and -copper. Our
sacrificed on ,he altar of polili,.s. "Th' he eagle ofil;ins 270 grains0"f standard gold.
ofwhicl.h O9 7A arat....... .mra ...... *--I .Ii....I r l1


.ul ....ic ii g a insauo are pure g Iulu iuu a ;t


change its policy in this region 6i see
so to modify the law as to exempt the Cy
of Apalachicola, from its operiz O
The policy of the atate Jto preem free
negroes from having Cumuanicaiio 'with
and thereby corrupting our Ja], i-d'it
seems to me that this policy WO:lJ tre
efficienlly.carried out by the mealhLi
out by the committee than _j0,. theXJR nt
law. ...
To use th genlleman^i Lin1 a asn il-
lustravion, would it not beb eterio keep him
caged rather than to lead him through ibe
streets even under the care of keelfti f
put him in another cage' ix. So lar as Ihe genltemants 'dptnwol re'-
gard to1 he constliutionality of* the lawr
and his reasons for those oppiniops are conk-
cerned, I fully agree with him.
And the object of.the Communication,,
as81 staled, simply to eorrPCI errnneousjnM-
prespions that may be formed from a pwtsal
'of his document, with regard .t1W ibe feel-
"ihes. arguments. and action oflthe Cham-
bhr of Commerce at their meeting on t.b
2d January. *
]i'EREsNGI Fssiits.-Mr. Joseph W.
Si h-"recenity reseedd to ihe Museum of
Burlingr0"n CIDilp;e, N.J., some fossil bomes
arid fieelihofa Mekalosaurns (-or Greta Liz-'
aid) ani VMnasfohdo, ldug'our of a marl pWt -
near nMiddletoi4ni i M(lhfirriou'ih county about
io' "rbrihs stnce. Thc'y were fonnd innan
interesting'po-A"'idn. "s 'is'...s deeirdbed
'by Mr. Staih'b;t
ThehdpIl,d.-Wed about 30e gres"ps.: wife
I.yihgbbprwePl ) fprruemnnssnil. mixed with
narfine she'l'. and a green psa'li~d 'or marl
the rema,,ming pV;,r oT tihe liofy giradualIy
dlescending rirn l'he "g're'n "sa'nthtl in its "
torinoz nral portion, lying 11111"a sPi circle ;
iis whole lelrgtzh nm:isur0ng sm env' five feet;.
It is 'prpeved 1o he the ofily *s1)pim,'n yet
fonnd '?h this country. X1I Iheli 'ri'e's, III--
'ep'q llhe few presenledl. fnd silre of Ihe
ieri'h. were ltken awvay by persons ito whii,
-they "wtire 'xlhilrii+d'-, or .lse ernnmbled 1U'
pieces (I'll 'heri, exposed 0 olhe air. Thrb.
heiad itself wI;Ok hiihforirnnit.lv hroken Ity ih"'
n orkm-n., bTf'r l itsl iiipori lrtlle.
'O ,i'lhe side of if stiW i- found a 1'#;'W 'verifl4n1
;,nd let-I o'l a Mastodon. Thel aItitlde in
which ihe body of ihe i legalosairuls W0a.4
disio'vpred. Ilipine a st-mirirle., ard parlieu-
"}a ly Itte elevated pod ii-nn of its head. war
r .n''s the conluzi,, thatl he mePllni nf i lhe
Svwo w.is by no means Irienllv.
A ,'nii lIhpiwepn a Oiiim .i lM;sof 'oll. an'fa
a lihzzard anr nlih ator "* s 'P iiy 'eP
long." mhsi have for'nislT'e'd "rare d io'rlro ilk--
*t giatits "o' ihose days'!" ,.

Presetils froin Freir ,L GovOrnmen's.
from ihe sovereigns off [hose tirvn 'metns'.
have heen mn.,de of late years lt) maliv ri-
zens of Ihp lUnited Slates. In so-ne.'pea.,
however. eh, recilkit-'fts h. 1 e )ivtr.,,.1t' |i.e
flcl ihA't 'aby Ain'prfrei) V.)'o [reI'epiVP. $1rd
I ". ", ;. *" i'l" +It
preienls. w0uhoii'l i i sene 'oleO nCenrf-s$.
s--hall ceas, tob he (a ritiz, n of rthe mUSL
States. and shall be inrc, pable of hold' 07fnu_
Office of trust or profit und. r them. or eith-r'T
them." Tirosof who iliavw rep.ived Ihese
presents, without pLermission of C,dngrens,-
aw e llierefre ali+-ns. 1n 1 I ilheiri'eal e.alp, il
they hld ;,nv whlie ciiizeiship is required,"
in:ay bp h 'laitlld Iby thelStaite Govprolilen t.
We have ben rermilnilt-d 'of itiese ficisi
Ivy tlie irrin'vl Ait' B stim ofl a ni.'Pnitiicint"
P. hl o r,, ., siddei, wilih d"iamolds/. a pr'-
sent firom the Siltan (f Turkey lo' .'p
M. ors,,. in h honorr of lip inv,-,i,,o f l' llep t'l-
pgra|1),h. I] was pni.-red al nhe Cusiom '
House in thai 'ily o0, Wedoies'lhy, and sonme
idea ol its valhie,.m n-y pe I'roied fr'0m l0he!
facl that ihp 4 ihne lips onpni ilamil tln)l5126'..'.
Mr. -Morsp e nsl receive the perniisisin nif,
Cn'i.'ei'ps hvtfolp lie call a.celi Ihis prespii,- +
,)thiPrwits' hie loses i, ll ht.s rli~hls and pi'rvl-,
I,"es as a civiz,.n ,nf the United Siait~a. ahnrf
wliehi irii,s'(h'nbai'iiili;J'il< bPiiig ai ri.i-vcn oir
nn o ,' i iry, we pl"ps'iim'p-~' tlii ..< 'r~i ipf r
phlic inWf'nviinn wotj~d rbervp iu ihp ppopleo.' -
ThPI, laie miegti be ;1 greal puthic henefil
bitlr t is hie arp;hiia sihfrificp lor M~r. Morsre
- i,, m :d, p fo~r i h e safil f b a S ul .an^ b ryocli.=-S
Newo York Sun. ..... *
A CHAP'rKR o Regtbi^.-'-Ther ,atrf
lhirPe ki,,ds of readlin,. First, liial t lhich is +
designed f'oi lhe dlist'iplanp of lhr mind, l-ike
libp works ,of Slewarl, Lo,'kp. arhl Ei.lwrs.
Second, vh~i wihn-h i.s desigendl f,,>? iiilohma-
Ihm. as p,,ltica, history. Travels, nll-lh+Vtje'f
woks on mhe arfts ;,n 1 scie,,ces. Third; s-h~fri':
ai. is,. intenI.,l, for. amUlletmpni .inly.-..tlir h at
stiries. ,,oo el.s -,t,( ili l'ike. Tiipjf,"ig nia.l-
,lo es n dl need aji i.iu lsen h l frp r) rcalingI. B @
ran pick llp flowers enouigh'as hie jial.fi
along, without! ()lanling a earde, on purpose
to raise them. The first oihjtct you need 19
accomplish, is to discipline the mind. T]he.


second is to store it,-or, as hunters a.y.,
first pilt the rifle in lrium and then "'load it ,
carefully. On these two points should the ;;-.
eye he fixed in all your readine. In' h. -
seleclihn of books, remdiphprr Ibat youI wall ,
but few at fir-t. .D,,n't try to see how.
iinuieh or ho* 6WS0 yoi ef.n tea~id; hul, fihtiw
slowly, ahd! hoi ihorueghly yon c.dii make :
it your iWn The distinguished ..OrGnlimik
says tie iWs si. monili4 in rieaing a sinle.
volume 6f'the siie ufS46warl'sohi the. Mind, '
when he began i6 rea nto .real advaniare.,
The[ boofkS wfhiIh oth'ftped are Ih(se which" +i
have stotod Ihe lest of time-su eh as have'-_
beernlhe mifan' gf' disbiplining m tnitudes if -
"riiitds Ihat "a'e gbli bplorf pan. Thp. .
yoling man whi hts rnaMie rea d lew, rl. 'ut-.. ;
ler's Anahloy and Edwai,,ilbn ihe Will, hit t j
lone a great work. [-te may saely. tu'tur nit
history and hemin to drink m- exhiiisrnle ,-.
fiuo aings. Poetry--Sc snc'e. rations likve pronnu Ped t r he pmp ry. wil -
refim ihr. taste, quicken Ihe imat iinn l,, t ..- r
and purl'iy the feelings.. But th. tt woriil' of
light reading, in the shape o&f priodticals
without morals. :nr t nfftWefg willholut sense, I
pray youlo shun. YO cean hardly ahnusm'h-e
mind d more ihai, ,o make it feed Jp-i ,i sii 'ch
Irash. It would shortly starve thetmost
viprous intellet. henaimb I-lie fiiest l en8iy_ .:.
lhilli,'s of the heart, and create mn.rhidE i
app-lile for ficilion tIhe ml ines. iioshilel" -
adventures Ihe most marvelonus. aid junna-- "-
iural (eeds the most fbolhardyi and .cpenepj :
Ithe most revolting to a noble+ h!part .Tt.. -'
attempt to point out t wi400.. ..hib,


here is almost completed a splendid Hotel.
Whoever gets the railroad job, should pur-
chase this building, flitish it, and fit it up in


receive 4nd receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:-
WM. W. CH+EvER,Esq.,Albany, Ga.
Maior JACK -IIARDMAN. Eufaula. Ala.
JAS. J. OLIVER. Tallahassee. Fa.


good style :'a
r The finest ruin at Panama is that of 'he .
,-, i iEditorial Change.
Jesiis' College, a laige and beautiful edi- 's
fice, which, however, was never finished 4;. 11 Flordian has passed into the hands
yet Ihe melancholy interest which it inspires of Robert 'B. Hilton, Esq., late of the
is rather augmented than diminished by that Southern Journal, and A. E. Maxwell, Esq.
circumstance, for it -remainds us not o0.y of' Secretary of State, by whom it will in future
the deslruciion' of' the great order which
founded it, but also of the total decay ofbe edited. We wish them all imaginable
Spanish taste and wealth, which accompa- pecuniary success in their undertaking.
nied that event. The college is a iarge They are bo;h gentlemen of talents and
quadrangular building, which had been car- courtesy-.foemen worthy of our steel,"
ried to the heighIt of two stories, and was w1 w w a h c o -
poal to hav bee sur ,_uie by. a I with whom warfare can he carried on -1 ac-
Ip'robahly to have been sturmounned by a
third. Theornamenmal pa'rl'ofthe building cording to the usages of civilized nations,"
is in a pure and simple taste; neat cornices, afid"al whose hands defeat will be honnra-
with hIgh mouldings, are carried around the ble. We are informed that the Southern


was prevented from carrying the standard of
Whig prihcilhes 10 llhe remotest eoofines of
the State, Gen. Morton deeply regrets-
inasmtlioh as he was prevented from frnrming
that acquaintance with the people, andi their
wants and feelings, which is necessary to
enable him successfully to serve them. We
trust he may yet be able to visit every part
of Florida.
Of one thing we ran assure all those Who
have not had the pleRasu-fe of informing
themselves of Gen. Morion's eharacver and
past life. He is a man "sans peur et sans
reproche"--oe of nature's noblest works-
Tn honest man. He is dignified and cour-
teoirs in his deportment, calm, cool, and re-
flectincg. He may n,,t dazzle his compeers
of the Senaie by Quixotic projects for the
annexation of Cutm, or asionis-h his party
and rhe public by sweeping condemnations
of the President ;tid the office-holders to a
ducking in the Potomac--we do not expect
him to break' a lance with Webster in de-
bate-but we look for him to accomplish all
that the people have h right to expect, and
which good sense, a cultivated mind, long
experience in public life, and the- influence
which his pure and honest heart will ac-
quire, will allow to be done. Though a re-
sidenv of ihe West, and ihongh urged as a
candidate partly because he was such. yet
he will know no( disti lion of East, West,
Middle or Souih. when his services are
claimed by his fellow-citiz0 as, or when he
perceives a suitable opportunity of confer-
ring benefit upon them.
The Soiiuhern J6iirntl thus speaks of Ihe
choice of Senalo'r which ha's been made by
(he Legislature -
Gen. Morton, although a decided whi2.
and conseqiie.nily noi Iie ma-m o 'onr choice,
is, we musi do hilim Ihle justice "o say. more
than orldiniril v fi led for ihe high siati in o
which he h;,s heen called. High iloned aind
honorable in hiss feelings, genilemayiN nd
coiUrleoul s i in inanner, he possesses tal+.)lts
which will render himi a pira,'tically ujefil
represenl;iiive (f ihe inieresis of -a 6 ting
Slaii.e, if not a ; "very brilliant de'later or a
shiwv "siatae'-rln. If Fhlrida ,oild d havP
done somewhiii helier, by filling M.r. West-
coIl's seal with another go-oil staunch Dem-
ocrat-slill she mihlt have donie mnch
worse, by electing a more objectionable
whig."
U. S. Senator.
It will be seen. by reference to the Legis-
lalive proceedings of yesterday, lhai G'en.
JACKSON MO'RToN, of Eseambia connly.
was. on the 2d ballot, elected Uniied Slates
Senator, to succeed Hon. J. D. Nesivoti.
Gen. Morton has in years. pasi. been an in-
fluential member of the Legislative Council
of this Territory. and lait spring 16e ",as
selected by the aIlnt Whies of thte WVesi
lo bear the'standard of Old Zavh, as the
electoral candidate of that section. How
he performed that doty, those who have
been readers of the Sentinel Hieed noi now
be told. He is as devoted and true a Whig
as cabi he found in ihis Slate-a man of lib
eral views, of polished manners, and of ster-
ling sens-e. A warm gfeeingh. we do,,bt not,
1 II iwai Ithe Whig United Stales Seanor
from Florida, and that the favorable im-
piession he cannot fail lo create, shall he
d'e'6pe,,e,' into a well-groundep poplarily
wilh his colleagues, conswiwuenis, and the
people of this State generally, is our earnest
hope.
The vote stood on the 2d ballot-for
Jorion 30, for Ward 27. We analyze as
follows :
For Morton, 22 Democrats.
8 Whigs.
For Ward, 26 Whigs.
1 Independent.
.The only i-egtret.which can be Ifelt on the
nart of any four friends, in this result, is
'that in so decided a Whig Stale, our oplo-
Snenms should have borne so important a part
in electing our first Whig Seuator.--Tat-
iahassee ,Sentinel, 2d.
SoLICIToRs.--The following gentlemen
were yesterday elected Solicitors:
John P. Sandei'son, Esq Eastern Circuit.
Samuel B. Slephens, Esq. Middle u
James M. Landrum, Esq., Western "
Ossian B. Hart, Esq., Southern
Sentinel, 2d.


alloy.


For the CIommercial Advertiser.
MWSssts. ED IT'TOlRS :
An article appeared in yudr'lpaper of r4h
intifit, in whit-h the writer profee's.,s '1b
place-before the public the "argifthenis ind
actions" of the Apalach'icolal' chamber wf.
Commerce, at a meeting held by th'ib on3
'the 2d inst.,'for the'purpose of memorial-
izing tlie 'LeeislAture, 'for an Ilteration of
the act, entitled ," an'act'o prevent the fu-
ture migrafiou of free negroes and nmul'h-
toes to this Territory."
"So far as the. "'arguments and tacion" of
the Chamber of'Commerce on this or any
other subject is concerned, it is to be pre-
sumed that no member of thatl Ifbdy would
object to their being made public. But, as
in this instance, both have been misunder.
'stood and :m"isinie, rplretdi 'by Ohe ...... of
bhe communication referred to. and all the
members of that body. and esper.i;!'y iho;e
who hbd any panr in -the memorial to tihe
Legislature, are held up to the pnhlic as
entertaining opinions adverse to the policy
:of rhI Stwte qilo0 this subject, its one di-
recvly inltr~sted. I feel i 1o0 be my duty to
set "hiin fight upon several very important
maiters stated in his corrmnniealinti-and
at ihe samthe iimie to preve. a imipressi'o'n
that inight be induced by h'is reinarks, ilial
tlhl_ Chamber 4f Commor'e is ill ;,Ify way
npposd 1"'the policy of-the Slire, so far as
lhe presprvaiion of her doinesfic insjittrfil.ns
are thu object.
Anl nir-;i. I would state that "e'is 'isi.-
taken altogether, ill leading his readers i'6
suppose ilhat ihe constitutional right of ihe
State In make and ,.nfor'e ihe law. upon
ihis s'ulj.-ct, was ever brought into ruiiesiion
il tihe Chamiber. or made ii t 6fflebali
before it. The body composing the Chain-
her of Conmnerce ronpr-i.s among its .iem-
bers boyh Norlhc'ru and Snmulhern men. and
there were many of Ihe laner present at the
meeting referred to. 'in say nothing of the
Norlrthern en whiAio re slave-hhl Pts., anti'
whose interests are iditniifiied wilh lihose of
the Stalp. so far as. a residience of ten nr
.fifePen years, and ihe holding of properly
in its territory. can make them sn.
Had ilie *policy of ilhe Siale on this ques-
ilii. or her consilutiin;il right lo pass and"
enforce slch laws. been disliuted. i, is to be
hoped that (he Soulh wnouMd ha've found
chalimpions enougloh amifion Iilp son- its Of t1)r!
soil. if not amnong her adopted sons, In (de-
I'foid her against alll atllaks' on ibis vital
question, then and there, insrePd of passing
ilhe mailer over a,,.4 qieitly as ii woulld seem
from Ithe gentilvman's communic;,ibin i I;.'d
lheeln done in ihe Chaiuber of Cdilnimiiei'ce.
The trulh is, that at ihp ieeifibhg inones-
iiri lhe only sulbjecl discussed was the ef
fecl ofIO law lw nponi ihe 'roinier'ce of illis
p|ori, and ihie Prop)er way lo prnce.eed in n-
der to have the lbl ,,so attired. (not moud.fied.)
as to efft< I tle object for which it was pass-
ed. -ind at tile same litne io relieve ite com-
munity from the inconveniiences attending
its execution as it stands upon the siaiuie
book ; and I call'"upon every meimbe'r pre-
sent at lhat mp-eling, to support me in-this
statement. The ge-nil-ehenii mita-y have drawn
his conclusiotns fromr private crnveiation
wiih a few individuals, either in the Cham-
ber or out of ii ; hbil stt,,le lie Chambe hf
Commerce cannot be held responsible for
individual arguments not made before it.
Again, the gentleman does not state fully,
and, as I conceive, f.,irly, vhe action of thie
Chamber oi lthat occasion.
Upon a resolution to that effect, a com-
mitnee of three was appointed by the presi-
dent, himself a Southern man, gor the pur-
pose of+ drafting a memorial t0 thfe Leeis-
Iature; it so happened lhat the three gerl-
tlemen on the committee appointed wiere
northern men, and one of their number
rose and requested that their nominalion
should be withdrawn, loe thai ilne cormiiiltee
should be hinc'eased by the addition of sotn'e
southern members td be t:irittd bsy ihe pre-
sident. Two southern menfi were aeiccot'-
diongly added to the comnmihtee.
The Commillee drew up a metioriral in
which the signers stated dist)nelly, thai Ihey
fully approved of the policy of Ihe stale io
regard (o the object of Ihe law, and lhat so


far from desiring a modification of it, they
begged thai it might be made Inore stringent
in order to effect thoroughly the purpose for
which it was enacted ; and su1gested.a plan
by which they fhluight this coufd be d,,n-
withlont interfering wh h the interests of -this
port' ViZ:' To confine the crew on hoard the
vessels to which ihey belong at the anchor-
age ground below the city, and to require
the vessel, to give heavy bond that they
should not land in this state at all. Can
this be called, "rolicitid the slate t8I










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For Liverpool.
.^^ THE superior bark MERSEY, Me-
) Dotiald, master, having a part of her
cargo engaged and on board, will have I
.dOipal'h. For freiglit, apply to
Dec 28. J. DAY & Co:
For Antwerp. '
'].THE xplindid ship"`FRANC.E Capt.
Nickols, will have'imtiedlatt dispatch
Akl,,,,r the above port. F,,r freight-apply to
Jan. l ..; NOURSE, STONE C&O.
For New York. "
STHE btig MVm L JONrE%, Tyfer.
/ll master, is now loading. For deck freight
=,A unly, apM)ly to
Jan 4 A. N. M.cAY & Co.
TFor New Yotk..:"
.^- ^H," sclir.-LAMARTVfNE, *turner,
* master, will take' a few bales on deck.
,'or which, apply to
Ja" 4 A. N. McKAY & Co.


Exports of Cotton frbm Apalaehlcola,
Commencing Sept. 1, 1848, and same time in 1847.


Smoked Tongues,
FOR sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.
LLard.
go :<.h' npw .eat, lor sdle by
Jan tl C A GREEEN & Co.


Passengers.


JAU 11 C A GREEN & Co.
Ga,,hcn Bailer.
0~f\ KEGS t-lllii'ts Dairy, of' a superior
20V7 qu.ilily, for sale by
Jdl 11 C A GREEN & Co.


I_


I


I


-JHenry Youngs, ,
WHOLESALE ANI.RETAIL GROCER,
No. 53 Water street,
Dec 28 Apalachicola, Fa.
niirngama ce'. A
HE subscribers, Agents tor The jEtna In-
Lisurince Co,.," "The Protection hisuranee
Co ,"and," The Hart fiurd I nsura,,ce Col.," 6f Hart-
ford, Cori'., are prepared to tkai.e Fire, Ihland
and Marine R'isks: on as favorable terns as any
good office J DAY & Co.
Dec 28, 1848.


_


T HE consigpiee of Goods marked A.; B., per
bark Edward, rfrnn New York, will please
make himself knovn to I -
WM. G. PORTER, & Cop
Jan 411l849.^Wae 6ttvK'et


:^~ w


--*nay. not read, by name, would be like the tial to rational being? If things had their A. Hancock, for slave hire ................ 10 00
physician Who, at the reqesi of the indulg- real value, would not the newspaper be B. French, for work on streets... .... 18 CO
ent parents, attempted to prescribe -what the worth many pints of the best ale ?-Liver- Henry Foster, for wurk on streets......... 22 5i1
;Henry Foster, for w~rk on streets ......... 22 5;1
colvaleseen patient mighl not eat. The ool mercury. R. Myers, fordraying sand ............... 2 50
lis was fonilh in lenlh, and il phy- T. Gibson, for work on streets............ 12 00
S'icianwthought -it very c omrplet'e. Unfoilu- True Friendship. Apalachicola Exchange, for refreshments
"Bately it did not contain roasted goose., and A BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT. to Fire Department ..................... 45 00
so that was procure(j, eatf, aOnd l the patient Perhaps friendship is the most sensitive Win, A. Jeter, for work on streets ......... 24 00
uined.. Beter ay'it down as a pri-ciph fall affections ; the first douhb-the fir;t A. McAlpin, for services as Marshal....... 51 96
that ygu will not read, at least for years 1o nulect-- lle first seeking of another forI that Wm Valleau, for 3 qrs. services as Clerk,:
coine, any thing that can waste your time s.virp;>ihy which we ihouaht it our special Treasurer tnd Asessor ................. 300 00
without adding to ihediscipline of tlhe mind, IPrivileae to giv'e-these are moments which The bill of Green Moses, for drayag-, $17 37,
r t- your stock of itnformnalion. I believe a burn heir traces on ihe heart ; and leaves was presented, and on motion, rejected in its pre-
single volume read in the manner of Grimkie, a scarwhich, thought it may possess 'llie sent shape.
even ifit takes six monts to read it, ould d is avantae of callousness to fire Mr Pardn, in accordance with notcegiven by
bfinoroe valuable than six volumes read 'impressios. inflicts agonv ere it, h'arde-s.8 him, introduced an ordinance, entitledeg an ordi-
hint, introduced an ordinance, entitled "i an ordi-
every week in the manner that books are And .to such wo'iunds friendship is specially nace toamend anordinanceentilled an ordinance
nance toamend'an ordinance entitled an ordinance
toq ofien hurried oer. Yu m i ry o iahe. Loecnfrs an equally, whtr re.,-, ,,, c.rlali ordinancess, &c passed Jan 12,
,lie upon ihe floating islands while fill the real or imaginary; ihtre is a balance of feel- 1 which was read by lhe Clerk, and on motion
aceflly pon he tp o' ilg ls vry 8, which wvas read by 1he Clerk, and pon motion
dish I ,sit so gracefully Upon the lop of i ; very essee, ..is reciprocated. Butof M. Darden was duly passed by its title.
she lady s whip but. if y expected to friendships are for lie tns part unequal, On option the.Council then adjournd- ....
tirenalhen the body or prepare the taste for isting between persons whose characters are ...
'rlin~ry' fodI. you would be much disap- j dissimilar, either fundamentally or iVn the 'Tlanried ..
.oriinrry 6'o ou oo 'I '111arried. .
,poin'ted. The foodd o0n which the swan aapect whichh i iey pres,,nt 10 each other.- ,t ,. t 22d by er Me,
eeds and which makes her so beautifl, so The keen tenderness, the watchful rever- At Marks, on the 22d ult by George Miller,
rn andso Iong-vd, grows deep at the ece,'the feiar, the passion, are nol equally Esq Mr. CHARLES MOONEY, of t. Marks, to Miss
bto of the cler rnni river, and she divided,, and mich nis he suffer,.in whom AINNS MonR,.of this cIty...... ...
works haId to wrench'it up lro'mIits n oor- ihey pi-edoininale ; miuch nusl lie f-rbear, ,.. ---' .
'ings anion- the stones on thie had)'hqlbun,'. long uijsfhe |)ei~svere, ere the bond of full 'C 0M M E R C 1 A. RL
.[Todd. and per('ecttcon'fidence is finally established.
i : 1But, if thdre .he indeed that hidden b',sis of Cotton Statement. Last
The Women of the Revolutlo. svmAthIi` without which no true friendship I year.
. Early in the warthe inrhaita ts on the is conceivabIle. ,it is well worth ihe struggle, St-ck on dSe-.ptn, 1848--.... 507 -5/8
lfronlier of Burke county, N,,rih Carblina'. f:r!t.e reward sl);ill over)ay tlle labor. For- Received past 3 aiys .......... 5620
'being apiprehensive of inaiiack by the In- heaira'nce, trusifilness, hope,--on Ihese previously ..... .... 41449
w-A.,d lemirptlto se'k PolcliilTotal ..... 47576 14306
ia-nsit,. wasdeierntinee to seek oroetlio the pillars mav the'temple be reared--but Exported past 38days ...'*.1_.2148
,in aw fort, in a more dense peopled neichbor- if one of t|hese 'ail, espe, tally if the second 46 previously.o.1 .....12898
hood in an interior settlement. A partly of f,-|, there will be nothing but a shapeless otal.......- 15046 6359
:sold-iers was sent to protect them on their ruin .... .
i.,,tra,_ Tli" families assemhbld the line On hand and on shipboard` notcleared 32530 7947


APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE.
T[-lTHIS hu.4e has been thoroughly
lefilted fr the season,, and the sub-
?!!I|ai Qscribtr lakes pleasFure i.) informing
the publlic that lie is now in readi-
ness fi lthe reception of permanent
and transient, boarders, at the tlsuial rales. His
clf d'cuisine is an adept, and travelters may
depend upon having all the luxuries and delica-
cies of the market served up in the beat style.
The BAR is now and will at all times be kept
supplied wilh the choicest Wines, Liqniors, and
Cigars. A continuation of the liberal custom
heretofore bestowed, is respectfully solicit"' .
JOHN PARTRIDGE.
December 9, 1848. '


Arrived.,
Jan 5-Bark Cumbtrland, Lovell. fin Boston.
Schr W H Harrison, Vinal. front New Orleans.
Jan 10-Ship uLlriy, Norlon, fn, New York.
:Schr Paniine, Yonng fin New Crleans
Jat, 11-Ship A.hland, Rice, fm New York.
Schr Rainbow, Tnuhile. fm New York.
Steamer Q'illcy, Alien, tm ChatliAhoochee.
Steamer. Eulf ula,iBarnel,' from Columbul,
Steamer Fa.-hiiq Cadwallader. fm Columbns.
Steamer Soulherner, Shaw, fromi Columbus.
Steamer Bosimri, Grier, from Columhbis.
Steamer M A Moore, ,McCall, fin Eufaula.
Steamer Emily, Roland, fnm Coijunbus.
Steamer Albany, Rynear, Im Columbus.
Cleared.
Jan -Ship Nebraska, Toone, for Genoa, by1
M Wright. *
Jan 5 Ship Robert Patten, Fulton, for Boston,
by N .1 Deblois.
Jan 9-Ship Leopard, Hopkins, for Boston, by
N J DebloiF.
Jan. 10-Schr Laura Jane, Delano, for New
Orleans.
Jan 11-Schr Louisa Sears, Sears, for New
Orleans.
Vessels'Cleared for this Port.
Pec 5-Ship Aderondach, fm Providence.
Ship Isaac Newion
Dec.6--Ship Andrew Scott., Emery, fm inoston
Dec 8--hip Grotius, Leonard, fm Boston, (off
the Bar.) ... .
Dec 12--Bark Toledo, Glover, fm Boston
Dec 17-Bark Desdemona, Mercer, fm Provi-
dence. ..
Dec 18-Brig Morea. Conway, fm N York.
Dec 19-Bark (new) Cochiluate, Berry, fm Bos-
ton.
Dec 23--Sailed ship Thorndyke, Child, fm Bos-
ton.
Dec 25-Ship (new) Georgia, or Boston, Tal-
bot, (488 tons) fin Boston.;:
-Dec 26--Brig .Gen Witson, Beckwilh, fm N Y
Schr Palladium, Post, Im New York.-
Dec 28-Brig Alabama, Howard, fin N York.
Up for this Port.
Dec 30-Brig MosPs, Btilkl,,y, at New York.
Brig Herald, Gray, 'at _New York.
Sehr S-'nalor, Knapp, at New York.
Schr Creole, Allen, at New Orleans.
ME,-,-Ship Forit,,de, Lebby, e],'ared from
Charleston on the 13th ult for ihe Gulf Mexico.
We are indebted to D B Woob, Esq for the
following information to ship masters:
The Lighil? on St Joseph Point and West end
of St George's [-Iand.havp bpen removed. One
is now a revolving .t1ed and While., on Cape Sl
Bias, in lon'q 85 262, lat 29 401;, and h+. ,,ihor a
fixed Lighl on ('ape St Georg', lor )g. 85 7. lat
,_9 31 The Lishis show well from "off deck"
14 miles dis, soi from ihe land.


UNITED STATE'5.
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse,

LEKWIS & Nos. 2.52 &1 256 Pearl Street,
(Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip,)
JNEW YORK.
HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
"CLOTIIING
IN TEE
UNITED STATES.
Adapted to the Southern and Southwestern Mar-
kets !!!
: In Ihe. article of
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
We keep an endless variety.
ALSO THE MOST EXTENSTV.- -MANUFACTURERS OF
Oil CLO fHING
AND
COVERED HATS
In the World!
Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all kInds
LEWIS & HANFORD,
Nos. 252 & 256 Pearl st.
Dec. 28,1848. 48-3,n


For Boston.
_-. THE fine Ai ship JENNY LIND,
-l. Jragdon, master, will ldve dispatch for
.... d' ;he above port. For deck freight or
puasage, apply to : .
Jan 4 C. ROGFRS & Co.


For Providence.
'F THE superior ship MANCO, Fish,
master, will sail in a few days for the
'--S~tbove port. For deck freight, apply to
J., 4 C. RQGERS & Co.
I wenty Dollars Reward.,
|, ^RANAWAY from the undersigned on
Nih 17th November laAt, the fictbovingtde.
r.scribed Negro Man, named CHA'RLES.
He is 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, 25 years
old,. and'weighs 140 or 145 lbs ; oneObrPtwolteeth
out bel6w, in front. I wilt give 1he'aboave reward
for his delivery to me, or $10 if-corifir.edso I can
get him and pay all reasonable expenses.:
J. B. EVERETT.
-Marianna, Dec. 16, 1s4". 48l1


A''of march was taken toward their place of
"declinmion. and they proceeded some miles
unmolested-ihe soldiers in'rchiny in a hol-
'low square, with ihe ref,_ee familips in the
.centle. The Indiafn's, who had watched ihe
1inove'nie ,. laid a plan for their destruction.
tThe'r~i~l, to be trave.lleI I:v tlhronah a dense
e n ihe fork of ;I river, where The In-
diatis concl'aledl themselves ;indI wailed till
'the travellers were 11i i"he desired spol.
"Sirddenily. he war whoop ls(Iunde!d 'in from
aildo n either side ; a large body of painted
wa r-r,, rshed in'filIlin lhlie a;p by w which
'the whiles had enlereid. ,.An crapniling ,crash
of firearms l ,,( owed. 6i.e s hl hers, how-
ever, were ) 'W|ie I' ch h, jhurnied to he
near ihe trees .dart.ed ,!i'fliioid ti6e'h nn'l.he-
PISS ,,, e t iea < IVv rifle ,(lie liters ()ros-
tratedflihelselves Inli)n the elirlh a f~ilea thi
,fall Urass, atid crawled to trees. r rhie ami-
li scr'e,''ne1 iheI iselves as hest l1 Fcould.
The or:.'e ws *i""l 'ntll] "*,,, fi ,'ctv'ly'raedl;-
'ever and Ano't(,1 nillid. the i lli. ;trie l smoke, lhe
warriois would fqmsh. l<;,i;ihaik in h;ind.
1towar'ds lhe entiree,: hlb t Ihe'v we|' rereppIed
hV ihe l- ool i ireiiidI'v f,,tlhe ha'kw,, id ri-
len Still thhev i l on. ileiern!i.,ied
'bn fll-10q rm i m (I f;he, of ihe Vlt, ms ,whlo oftelr-
'edl such de;pera.e rfsi'siaicp. All ;i once
reslil All e ,,n,'
'; al~palliii! solihd... ,r eil, t le rs ,,f ihe
women and1chlrill'reh ili) tie centre ; if Wis a
'crv from their defenlcext-a:vrv for I vw-ler;
Oir powder is LOlVlin npt." ihe Iev Pexcl HIll-
'ed : aiVe- yon lif y g ;im ul's 'Sulei., tor
'wetc.in fight nio olnpg'r!" A womanti of it,.
p;4rtIY hall ; a ood supply. ,She spread Ih er
.apron on Ihl i- r wnd, po red Ihe d pbw'lr'ilj
it. and iLwiin_ Y rou d 141 earli soldier as'lheV
stood behiotd ihe irees,ixlde each who r6e-d
ed powder viilt down his h1;1-, and poured a
'q miiniV into ii. Thuis Oie weit -ronii t ihe,
'lite of d',feliice. till lixr wh-de stchl, ai, all,
'she 1- oill, 4i6l;111 frolln oit ers, wais i tl|str .
1ed. At 'si.. thle savauges cave way. andl:
1l!esse ( I y Iheir foes, were driven off"IhIe
groundd.
Tile victorionis whies: reitirned to those
for whose safety tlieV had ventiured inioi lhe
wilderness' inqiiries were made as.-o Who
hil, hpel kiilh'd ; and one rtllmiin ip cried.
.^. lir,' i< Ihe w inlai) thai t aVe Its- OWhe
powder 11W il t t ,it e her. "*- Yes !--
yes !-let ifs see lier !" responlhd a;tiohl-r
and another; wilhoit her we shonll all
have heenhlos!." he% soldie.rs rau an !iot
',it. ong ihe women anil ehildret. loofkin-, (',,r
.her --and tnakinL inquiries Dirt clly (--;ine
'in others froi the. pirsui one of uhom
ohsecviiiz 1he comrnilon., asked he -;iu-se
and %Yas iold. .. You ;-ire l ,,kif iii 1,14e
wr,,ng [place,"' he replied. 't^ he killed ?
Ah .we are afraid ofth'l!1' excialamed ,;nav
VO'ices. N,,t whn jI sa;w hIer." iswer;I
ie sot!}vi. t; 1,i.1i flle Indlians ran tlof.
.She-was orher kne!'s at praye" at the rent of
yonder tree, and (here 1 lef't her." There
wVis a .i finitco s rllsh n tlie t-e -- and %
the.,r, nihieir reat joy. ihey fmin,1l the wo-
an a-n <(e mau still ont her koees in praver.
t'.tiinkihrig not of herself, she received heir
applause wilhont mnnifr'stina any other feel-
ina than graiilide to Heaven for their grea';i
deliveranc'e.-Mr/s. Ellet's Wdef6eh "of ;the
WRevolution,


MAKING CABINrETs.-The New Orleans
Deha is rpspor nsihle for the 'ollowitg ex-
(-client hit at those w)Vo hhave'so kindly and
readily voinnteered their sen.estions to en.
Taylor in the formation of his cabinet':
An honest looking mechanic went io Gen.
Tatvlor yesterday, and abruptly iouching
'his beaver, asked : General, hain't you got
nothin' to do for me ?" The General bland-
ly fold him he did not know, and at ihe
same timne inquired what night his peculiar
business be. I'm a cabinetl-maker," was
liIe'reply a : "n ad they tell me"yon has got
a lIol o; woik <,f that k'nd o'n land jnlst
now." Yes," replied the'General. "blu
I have not coliamented yet: besides,. I see
by lie newspapers ,hat 1I-m likely to have
more graituiious help than I shall need."
eCIT-Y rCGUNCIL PROCEEDINGS,
COUNCIL CHAM.BKK. ..
W,,-lachicola, Jan 3, 1849 S
Thle Couneil 'met pursuant to notice givenin
conformity with the. requisilions of the, aci incor-
poriqtin, the City .f A!alachicola The Mayor
and' Conltme ehect met in the'Coincil Cham-
ber. and J6IaN\ S HtF'rc'asiso-N iook ,hie oath pre-
scribed bv saiid act as Mayor, the same being ad-
ministered to hinm-iby Thos. E Gray,'E-q an act-
ing Jui-tice of the Peace in and for Franklin coun-
iv, and thereupon the s.id Mayor administered
ihe oalh of office to ihe following nained Coun-
,ciJi.nen, viz::---Wm, T1. Hiughs, Avery Downer,
.J,,hn -'aigh, T. 11 Austin. A Hancock, John B.
'.Tone, and J.as L Barhbr, and[ Henry D Darden
sole-nly Afarme nd, ;n& therenpon the Council pro-
ceeded to 1he transaction of business._,
On motion of Mr Ftushes, the By-Law? of 1843.
with the amendment <;f January 12, 1848, were
adopted.
l'hie M'ayor appo~itedl the following Standing.
Coommittees;, 4 .. "
F NA.NC -MASsrs. 'Hulghes,.Atustint and Darden.'
H[;AiLrTn-Mes;rs Darden, Downer and Barbet
CLAIM--Messrs. Downer, Hancock and Jones.
MARKET-Messrs [.-]anc,'ck, Caigh and Jones.
PUBLIC GROUNDS--Messrs. Caigh, Barber and
Downer,
Fl'RRF DEPARTMENT-Messrs. Barber, Hughes and
Jones
STrnrcn I,,MPOVErMFNTS AND CONTRACTS--
Messrs. Austin, Caigh, Jones, Downer 'hd Han-
cock
On motion -or Mr. Darden, ordered that the,
Clerk give the usual notice that the offices of the,
seoetal oetcers of the 'City; Council be vacated,!
and the offic-rs be electedd on Saturday evening.'
next. ,. Adopted_
Mr Darden gave notice that he would'at the
next meeting introduce an ordinance t o increase
the salary of the City Marshal.
Mr. Darden moved that the 0prooceedings and
ordiinances of the Council be let 'out for printing
to ilhe lowe-t bidder. Adopted.
Mr Darden offered the following resolution,
whiich was adopted-:
Resolved, That the Clerk of the Council be ap-
pointed to')reVtse the City Ordinances, and report
at (lie next pneeling -A hich of said ordinances have
hiten repealed or amnnded, since the publicat on
of ordia,,nAices in 1844; as also what new ordi-
fiahees have since that period been passed.
O' motion of Mr Hughes, the Council adjourn
ed till Saturday evening.


For Rent.
n THE Dwelling.House lately occupied
bv lhe undersigned. Terms acccmmo-
=,!,!iLdating. Apply to -
B. S. HAWLEY, -
Nov 25 :Columbus Block.


Past IPrevi- ITOTAL ..-
WHITH1ER EXPORTED. "3d-ys ously I "/sea'Son


*Shad.I
A FEW half bbls. (or sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


...... ... 993 ... 993 .
. '.'.. '.. '..... ...99 '. .....
'..''..' .'..''.. .'. .. ;.849
....... 1310 .1310 ......

.......2303. 3 .3205
. 1825 ..1825 .7.2028
..1933..4079 -.6012 ..1937
.... .3 3546 ..3546 ......
.**o :.* .. ... ....
...4 4 1).401) ......
..215...745 ...960 ...189
...... ... **.... ... .
21S 78T91595 .12743 ..3154
...... ...... .15046 ..6359


Liverpool .... ........
H avre ................
Nantz ................
Trieste ...............
Genoa ............ ..
Other ports............
Total to For. Ports.
New York ...........
Bosfon. ...............
Providence .........
Philadelphia .........
BaII timo re..... .. ....
New O'leans .........
Other ports....,.......
Total, Coastwise..*I
TOTAL-BtArEs..


To Reitm
f STORES Nos. 6 Columbus Block, and
lM Q Water street. For I erms, ap)pIly to
N Nov 31. IOURsE, S'lONE &, Co.
Carston Allars, ')
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Susinnah Allars. i
r' IPE Defeidant not having plead, answered
L or deihu",ed to comilaiuaIl's C ibl!,alter due
i,.t ce of the fliing thereof, giveu by publication,
and the .aid bill of complaints aid the wattemt
therein stated having been -taken lor confessed
agaitisl sjid defendant: on mothiii of SHltcitor
flr complainant, it is ordered that said cause be
set for hearing at lhe first (lay of the ,nextfleim
of this Courl, and that notice of such hearing
be kitven to the delfendart by the publication of a
copy of this order, once a week lor the space of
three months piilr to Ihe t, sf day of the next
term, in the Coomniercia~l Adverti.-er, a~newspa-
per published 'in 6he c-ily ii" AIalachicola.- '-
A Copyi WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
Deceinber 18, 184R 49-3m "


Wooden Ware.
BR ISS bou,.d Cedar P.,Hl4, Pdiln-d Buckets,
Deck Buckets, Hickory diid Comn Brooms, lor
s.le by [J',in 11] C A GREEN &( Co.


Cheese.
BXS. Western and N,..-rthern, in fine order,
hor sale by


30


List of Vessels Ii Port.
SHIPS.
Ashland. Rice, 631 ions, fm New York, waiting-
MWsier
Liberty, Norton, 689 tons, fin New York, wait-
ing--Master "
Mortimer Livingston. Bnrslow, 749 tons, for Li-
verpool-1 M WVrihl
Jinny Lind. Bra-don. 532 tons. for Boston, load.
ing-- C Rogers c & a
France. Nichols, 441 tons, 'for Antwerp, load
ing--Nirse, '-tone .y Co
Medor, A.,mes, 399 tons, f'or Providence, load-
ing-T 1, Mch e.
Ann Granm. (Br ) Willham-, 377 tons, fin Lit-ir-
pool. wailing-Mam-. er.
Manco, Fi.-h. 350 1 hs, for Providence, loading-
C Rogers ,&Co.
Waverly, Robte-lls(i, 529 tons, for Liverpool, load-
it?-.1 C Macl.'v
Perfcidij, (Br) Hall, 598 tnns, for Liverpool, load-
ing-Hill, Dawson & Co.
BARQUES
Cum'herland, Lovell. 385 tons, fm Boston, wait-
..... ing- Masler.
Pilgrim. .rinkwater. 298 tons, for Boston, load-
gin-N J Deblois
Mersev, Mcl'onald. 372 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-J Day & Co.
BRIGS.
Wm L Jones, Tyler, 220 tons. for New York.
loading-A N McKay G Co.


Per steamer Fashion-DK Dodz,, R L Dpcoin
Per stieamer Einily--W J R idgell, R Hooper, J
Pchiffer.
Per steam-r Qi-incvj--Dr Woodley and family,
r)r H M Lipford, L b Gregory, Capt B Gniffin,R
Cnthb'irson ..
Per s eamnpr Albany-T Brantley.
Per. streanier Bozton-F Wilhelm, H B Kim-
hrongh, J Milon.,,
Ppr starmer Southerhner--Mr McCauley and la-
dy, T Boatwriglit :
Per steamer M A Mnore-Jndge Birry, Dr Chas
Pickett. Mr Thorn. Williaim-, Tarver
Persteamer Qiuncy-N C Bass, J Buchanan.
J Phelps, Mr Roildali.
Receipts from the Interior.
Per sieami,-r: l'.shion=826 hal!-s cotton to Hi!l,
Dawson & C f; 112 to A N MVKay & CCo: 74 it,
V- A & PC Kain: 33 to Wni G Porter & Co; 18
to Lockharl & Yoliing.. --5
Per steamer Albiry-522 baleS cotton to J C
\linclay: 5 to Lockharl V5 Young; 71 to A N Me.
Kay V Co.
Per ,temnmer Emilyv-425 to W A & P C Kai :,
16 io lnrper &. Holmne,.; 99 to Hill, Dawson &
Co: 1llto C lko-ers O .. 0,
Per steamer Qincy-192 hales cotton, 6 bxs, 1
lieg to .Loqkhart & Young: 24 hale-,, citon to D
( Raney: 3 to Wvhrl,&- McKenzjf:,7 -to A N
VIcKay & Co; 74 do, 5 bxs tobacco'to B U tIaw-
ley.'
Per steamer Boston-450 bales cotton to N J
Deblois; 101 to W H Kimbrough & Son; 6 to Hill,
Dawson \L Co; 15 to W G.Porter & Co
Per steamer !-?outherne.r--l 7, bales cotton to
Harper & Holme^.: 81 Io WtoWin G Poiter & Co; II
to Lockhart.& Young, I1 0o order
Per'sleatner M A Moorf--543 bales cotton to
A N McKty Co: 434 to Wylie & McKenzie
Per qleompr Quincv- 2_13 bales col-n to Wylie
1 McKenzie; 2 to Lockhart &4 Young; 76 to A
N N]Melay; _'i6 to W G Porter & Co; 8 to J Day
V Co.
Per steamer Enfaul-4-408 hales cotton to A N
McKy & Co! 51 to Wm G Porter >S Co; 46 to
W, lie & -McKenzie.
Per barrge Live Oak-142 bales cotton to W G
Porter &s Co; 13 to A N McKay & Co; 25 to J
Day & Co; 2 to Wylie & McKenzie,
Exports.
GENOA-Per ship Nebraska-1310 bales cot-
ton .
BOSTON-Per ship Rob't Patton-1312 bales
colon.
Per ship Lpopard 19,3.3 bales cotton.
NEW ORLEANSS-Per schr Laura Jane-57
bales cotton
Per sclir Louisa Sears-138 bales cotton, 3 bxs
tobacco.


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FOR sale by
Jan 11


'ottoaB Hooks,


C A GREEN & Co.


Osnab Irgs.
GEORGfA aivU L,-ell O.siaburgs, always on
hand, al the lowest l u',tos hv "
Jdn I1 C A GREEN & Co.


Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue of a. %% ril ,offiei I Fcias issued frira
the Cltrk's office ol the Circu't Court l1,r
r rhriklin county, Western Ciruit of.-Florei.A',
a id to ine directed, wherein Hiraiar N-onrv. i'
pl.iiitift, and John B. M~iurean and Lnui. PelL.
levii are defei.danls, I have levied upon arA ;% ilA
ofnbi" for sale before the, Court H,,u'e door in thei
city ol Apalachicola, on ,Ihe firsl Mouda, hi Feb-
ruarv nixi'n. 1849, within the lepl ho ii.r-Othe tol*.
lowing property, to lwii : Lot No "-10, bA, ck Fi
second range, in the ciiyof' Apalachbicola, leviedl
upon as the property of said defendants, and 46.
be suld to satiwiy said wi it of' fieri facias. ",
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff.
; By B. LUCAS, Depuly.
Apalachicola, Dec. "29, 18-18.
S:her;ff's Sale.
t WILL sell. i Itm thK.rit Mondaty in February
inext, at *llie asual hours ofl-sale, in f'>rnt.dl the "
M'drket House, Ai-alachicola. thalabtqirgf. h6tuaA
pla.e o holding Court for'the comity of Fr~ik-
lin, the undivided iritere- ol off Benjan ain S. H .w--'
ley in and to lt.s- 2, block'D], froiliig (10o-~'altr
street, being 1l-2Jlhs ol said lot ; als, Itr 2-ard
3, block 26 ; also,, hlt 90, hlck I; lot 1, bbk;
lot 2. block 8 ; lots 9 awid. }9, obptk-i ; A ts 4
and 17, block HI, l'-etLeer wiih flit- ittitrioveo
.meni tl h'ereon-, or so, ;r, i uch lient-,! ;is W'ill sali-sft
the- G. fas. herein itlerrtd if.-Ihe s.me being
levied on as the prope'iyif, Heiojamii.S. H-aley
to satisl-y two f. fls. i.'uini4 out ol fIhe Circuit
Court of Franklin County'-in one of Said fi Jas.
Cebra &Cammii-gbeingg |;laiiitif's, and tletqjainin
S Hawley delendatl, tor the prinripal .uin of
$5217 96,. besides interest" from tld December, ,
1815, arid costs. In the other, Mil,s & Everett-
to the use of Charles Miles, plaintiff, and Benja-
min S. Hawley dv "endant, or the principal sum
of $301 12, h-esides interest fir(r 22d December.'
1845, and costs. Property pointed out by plain*
tiff" Terms cash. ... .
: JOHN LUCAq, Sheriff.
By B. LUCAS, Deputy.
January 2, 1849.
Georgia Osnabmvrgs, .
F"OR F.ale by HENRY YuUNGS,
Dec 28 53 Water street.


Baa-sigi aiid- Hope.


k


0 PC.US. Ketiirky; 2J bales jdiiad, 100 coil:;
50 R1Rope, fur sale by
Jai 1l C A GREEN'& Co.
Biuckwheat.
Ofl BAGS, 25 .eg,, n--w buckwheat, just re
Lr .-. .ve.l, ,,i.d f,,r sile bv
Jan It C A GREEN & Co.


Apples.
A FEW bbls. -Nemuwn Pippins, new crop,
foir sale by C A GREEN & Co.
Jan 11


An Ordin,-nce.
To amend an Oidinance entilted "an Ordinance
relealing ceriiii Ordinances, &c pas.-ed 121h
January. A D 1348
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of ihe
Ciiy of A,,' la hicola,, That -the annu'.l salry of
Ili e C(y Mar-hib he increas-ed to the s lm of ihree
bundied dollar., ano Ihail so much of Ihe first hec-
tion (.f llie Ordinance, to which ihis is an rnend-
ilii-i, as coifhicils with Ihe provitiuons of this .r-
diaince, be iiiid the same is hereby repealed.
Pait ed hIvCouncil. 6ih .T.,iniary. 1849


List of Letzers
REMAINING in tm (ie Post Ofl ,eat. Apalachi-
cola, on the 1st day of Janiary, 1S49.
Alexander, A D ",ogan',)VnV
Adaffia, Wm V Lanel, Wm
Aldrich, Dr E S inidgun, C M 2
Allen & Harris, Lee, J A & Co
Brighi, Win Me l.ean, W H
Butcher, James Meals & Crawford,
Bostwick, Cl'en'enit Mal hews, 0
Berry, Thos Muraltto, G
Brooks, Miss Gatharin McMillin, Dan'l
Boardsley, Sam'l H MNUrrv, F .
Beares, W H M a a(o;y, M
. Brownlow', W Makintaws, W
B,,wers, L Moreo, A 2
Ca.slleburv, J W McAllister, Capt
Clark, J N B 2 Meyer. Louis
CpameronJas G Mtrrill, N
Clark, W D 2 Newton, Capt Henry
Corwin, J B Pwchesan, John
Carter, Reyd Powell, Thamas
Centene, Nemeciou Preston, Thos 2
Choate,.Capt E D P-rter, Benj.
Davis, Israel Portel, Peter
Delano, Lewis Rovinson, Oeo 2
Dessert, B K Roan, T T 2
Dilworth, Y, rk ,Ruce, J.C 2
Douglass, Hl.on Thos Randolph, E A
Fleinming, W Reed, Sewall
Friel, Wm. Ruff, A
Finks, Sinmqn Rogers, W P 2
Frase'r. Jesse Rawley, S H
O'D(onfel, Patt Roberts, D
Gillespie, Capt 5 Semnmes, A G 5
Gjbs.iom, Jas Smith, J C
Grist, David Solomon, H
God ley, Caleb Stone, S H
Hodges, H 2 Storer, Capt D W
Hancock, Nath'! Sylviv, Capt.Jas
Hamilton; W E SimpsmonC-,S
Johnson, Benj L 2 Taylor-W S
James, Levi i To'rpson,.S A
JamisOni,,,Mss.Mahala While, Wilson
Kilpatlrick, D S Wallace. J B
K lley, Capt F Williams, A A
Kelley,.John Wheatoi,, Chas
Kay, John Yeni, Mrs Nancy
S03=- Persons calling for any of the above letters
will please say they are advertised.
JOS. S. MAY, P. ,M.
Citron, Curranis, RIaisins, Lein-
O1 'is, ab
UST received in fine order, and for sale by
Jan li. C A GREEN & Co.


T -iiE Snbscrnbers bhaV.-uob hand and ufter lor
,L sale on lihecal termL'--
SUGAR-10 hhds and 5:j bbls N. Orleans;
1t boxes Wsl~ose^&.;Stii~rt's loaf;
FLOUR-100 bbis superfine St Louis and Ohio;
COFFEE-50 sacks Rio and Mlracaibo;
MOLASSES-10 bbls new crop ;
WHISKE'-50 bbis and halt bbls;
LARD-5 bbls and 10 kegs;. -.,
SOA P-80 boxes pale, yellow and white;
STARCH-10 boxes. Colgate's;
PORK-20 bbls mess and prime ;
BEEF-20 bbIs prime; ... .
TOBACCO-50 bxs and hf bxs favorite brands;,
BACON-5 casks sides and hams;
M ACCARQNI-5 boxes Italian ;
VERMICELLI--5 do do-; .
CRANBERRIES-20 quarter bbls;
DOMES3 ICS-25 bale,4 sheetings and shirtings;
OSNABURGS--i0 bales Lowell and Georgia;
GLASS---20 lxs assorted sizes;.
RAISINS--100-whole, hf and qr boxes;
BUCKWHEAT-'20 ke-s new";
A LMONDS-200 pounds:.-,
BUTTF1R-L?5 kf.grs hogen.and Western ;
CHEESE-20 bxs English dairy ;
BRANDY-3 hf pipes Otard, Depuy & Martel;
LEMONS-5 boxes Sicily;
WINES-20 doz superior Maderia and Sherry;
ALE-dozen pale;
Pickles, Sauces, Olives, Brandy Cheiries and
Candy, a full assortment.
C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 2- 5-2 Water street.


We A. & P. KaWn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola.
,(} Libelral advances' made on consignments
of Cotton to their friends in Liverpool, Glasgow,
New York and Philadelphia.
Jan 11, t849.


A Plit of Ale and a Newspap er COUNCIL CHAMBER,
]ow slrantgely, the ;value of diferinl SATURDAY EvNING, Jan. 6, 1849.5
thinks is estnmed. ,A few vraI sOfj tousled Council met. Pre.--et, J S. fHuchinzon, May-
barley are wetled antiilhe jnie squeezed or; Councilnien, Messrs Darden, Hughes, Austin,

into a little water, wiih aths(Oe of ihe leaves Downer, Jones, Barbel, Caigh and HaIco~ek.
of ftle'h .n pihinl-ihe vaf'ife ibf trth being_ .The minutes of the last meeting werie read and
ootls~ flIto 4B'calcahulaled l and a wv|ry sfiglhi approved.
tax is laid upon tyle; mixture, which cost The Clerk reported the rie'turns of the Harbor
also so little hlbor as har, lly t( be reckoned Master tor the months of TNovember and Decem-
in our coinage. A pint -of this slls, trelails, ber last, which were read, and on molionh of" Mr.
at four itrpence; and if of good fl;,vor, il is Darden, referred to the Finance Committee
rffllcone~d. c'heap and well wlrh i lhe money ; Mr. Darden gave ., t11'ee o" his intention to offer
h n so 1s. It is drunk off-in a irinuIe at the next meeting, an ordinance to amend an
.or tjo-i-is Pone. On Ihe sane table, on oldinace 'coficermhni'-slaves, &c., passed Jan. 56,
which it.Was 'served, Ihe mere. while .sheel i1844.
0of which cost one penny-farhin., and tIhe Mr. Darden moved that the Coinmi'ttee on
jdu.y thereon one peenny, with uo~led~i<;lionstreets, improvements and contracts advertise to
Tor deihaaed, crooked, or qyer-printed "co- receive proposal fo'r putting-Waterstreet in a good
^pies nade ready. for sale. a.. hhrgd too state of repair, and report atBthe next meeting.
with carriage-from mills 4nd slntam)-office at, t
distance;and it ii c 0 .' ..i i i if. '4 AdopteA
-a dislan ; and i i covered w alf Mr. Darden lnethattheClerk have furthere,
I.ilhon (if types., ttiti.cost of thirty poIunds m 0 p wat 0dnance? have
... ..., ,,. me atiowe' tiiim t' re" ort what' rdla n sh v
for itself nd sei printed at the sme of- been repeated nrjd attended, and also wha. new
Ace the Same day; and ihis sells ior no ,1 .- "
ie *iln te pnt of a, .h- j ,te -| a -rdinances had been passed since 1844.
L-OetPlan the pint (if ale, thejuice-4t'a lit- ,.- ,
i. 1.- .... Mr Darden moved that Wm. S. Green be ap-
Ile malt -140 hops! Anti y-t,. a6_4r of;e~pif- .,:'_ r .
)ke -a dhps n!ylaloe per-pinted City Phys-ician fo~r the ensuing year.
-oun has enjoyed it. affordiig him news fr woc
"ll Ipar0s of Oe worhd. and1,seful ,houahls Ordered that the Marshal report all nuisances to
n allthat iitietrest him a a mn n an an ci1i- t of a .
t!en, it renlairis to he enJ.ye.d by scores of Oo iton oh" Mr Hughes, the Council went
"into, the election of City ft~ceris, and on' 8o6aintingI
tlers in the samne town, or elsewhere ; and|
It p~nio'les trade, uni fields elioymne1, the ballots- : .
aind markets fir ods, and cat nio aginst Win. Vaileau was declared elected Clerk and
rrauds and accidents, and gtves sqjhje('ts for Treasurer

conversalion ; and here are some w-' o think Alex. McAlpin was declared elected City Mar-
ihis article defar, though ihe, swiftlv.-oie shal..
3ailey-water is pyaid for cheerfutily. How is, Oliver Crawford was declared elected Harbor
his? Is the body a bhtter-paymnaster Ihan Master
he mind, and areI things of no ,omeinti Benj. Lucas was declared elected City Tax Col-
more prized, than ihings of moment ? Is lector
lie transient tickling of the sominach ofj The following bills were presented and referred
more consequence than the improvement of, to iheOComnnittee on Claims: "
ite miedi and the inforiratlou tht is esaeu-1 B Lucas; forservicea ae C it Marhl. .....$44 40


Coffee.
200 SACKS RIO, landing and (o" "sle by
Nov 18 D B WOOD.
Clothing .
F"OR sale on consignment, a large invoice of
city made clothing, by the package, by
Nov 18 D B WOOD.


H. 1:. Taylor,
COMMISSION .VIERCHANT,
No. 23 Water II reet, .
Dec 28. 48-6m* 1y Apalachicola, Fa.
J-. F. FARAOR.. ., E. MCCULL-.
Farrlor BItcCully,
COMMISSION M_ 'RC H A NTS,
; 81 Gravier street,
Dec 29 Tew Or-leans.


City Lots, :
F OR Lease or F'ale, lbr~which wamrantee deeds
willbe given. Apply to "'' -
Dpc 28 H.-. mGuYON. '


Loaf Sugar.
'200' LBS. Steam Refined, for sale by
OD Dec 28 D B WOOD.
For Sale. ,
2 FIRKINS of superior Butter, of" La-
5tham's Dairy,".
De 28 NOUrSh. STONE & Co.


Advances.
THE subscribers will make liberal cash ad-
vances on consignments ot Cotton to their
friLnds in Liverpool or New York.
Dec 28 J DAY .& Co.


Edwaid iMcCully',
OROCER AND VJ. (OM HSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street.,,
Nov *I1 Apalachicola, Fa.


Advances.
T HE undersigned will make liberal advances
o" Cotton consigned .to his friends in Liver-
poolY, Glasgow. Havre, Boston or New York. "
Nov 18 D B WOOD.


Iron, Nails, Steel, &c.
Q l' ONS Sweeds, American and English
30JIron, assorted sizes;
30 dozen -Brade's Hoes;
20 dozen Crown dol t-
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 .Coffbe Mills-, .
10 kegs 5 and 6, inch Spikes .for sale by
I C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 28 52 Water street. ,


Notice.
T HE Copartnership herefohwe existing under
the firm of J. D. ATKINS &Co, isthisday
dissolved by .nutual eornisent. All persons in-
debted to the Ilate firm will please make payment
to the undersigned, who will continue the Gro-
very business on his own account, at No. 53 Wa-
ler street. HENRY YOUNGS.
Apalichicola, Dec 14, 184S.


Clarified Sugar..
lKf\ BBLS New .York Clarifiedjust received,
50' and tor saie 6y
Jan li C A GREEN & Co.


S Cranberries.
N hf- and qr. bbls. j ]st received and for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


4


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Yeliow Potatoes.
BBLS. in fine order, tor sale by
100 Jan 1 C A GREEN' & Co.


The Protection Insnmrance Co. of
New Jersey.
T HE subscrib r being appointed by the above
.L Company their agent for this city, is now
prepare, d to take Fire and Marine Risks.
May 11, 1848. THOS. L. M[TCHEL.


Notice.
STX weeks after date 1 will apply to the Hon.
-S Judge ot Probate, for Calh,,u, county, Flor-
ida, for letters'of'adtmini!Qrratio n on the estate of'
William G. Kelly, deceased, late if said couly.
MATILDA L. KELLY.
December 29. 18* 1 9 "48-6%v


*it


Bloots and Shoes,
FOR SALE, by the package, by
Nov 18 D B WOOD.


ilemp and Cotton Duck.
FINE assortment just received Iroi Ne\'e
York, for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN Co.
Rio Coffee.
SA.CLq prime,jreeri, new crop, just re-
5,! received, and for sale. bv '; *
Pa lt^G^. t o


To Renmit.. -
PART of the F ire-pru,,l tSre'Noi. 34 Water" '
street Enquire of B WOOD. *"
Nov 18 .. -T I '
;' ... *>


.For Sale. -
, MAHOGANY CoutingHou.,llDesk.'. Ap-
..i ,ly to B.S. HAWLEY,
,ia o ._:tbu .".,o -


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IARIII E I T'ELLIGEiNt C
PORT OF APALACIICOLA .......... Jan. 11.


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Piles.
DTTCHETT'S celebrated Spanish Specific, for
male by [Feb 24] H F ABEEL.
Hydrostatic Ink Fountain.
A FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks,
Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals,
Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by
Nov 18 J C ALLEN.


Perfumery.
A LARGE assortment of Extracts, Cologne,
&c. &c. for sale by
Dec 9 J C ALLEN
Gold Pens! Gold Pens!
0F the latest and most approved style, just
received,,and for sale by 0
Nov 18 .I-1 AT.T.T


WistrW's and Swayne's Balsam
of Wild Cherry,
UST received and for sale by
Nov 11 J. C. AULEN.


Starchh:
OLGATEVS'best'PearF Starch, for sale by
Dec 9 H F ABEL'L.


I tr % ur~


Regal ^TotfcPs.


-. -.- ~-~I~L~PCIII ~_ II =_ -~-II III III -C





may not only be worMear, W. b 'k rttt
infringements of'the opyrght i 8H
and cheats wilt only Zef abrridled orvhtW.'tc*
pies. This is the only original and tna'"rl-,-
no other can begenuine. Sendby mail w&ubth;
it is the only sure way to secure t0. wofrkr-
Thbusands of copes have been ment by xma
perfect safety. ..1 ,-',i '
FRESH ARRIVAL-.:O .p ,
Divigs, Medicines,9 P02atiog .Od*h
IDye-Stulfs, P'1erfumwerTy ',
^--&h TH]E undersigned rettat ftafifa
'^ y to 'his friends and 08eptblik$or. ht r
|^a. liberal patronage, Od begs td4y"iv
JB-M that he is n0owreceiving an aAd n,
i *a supply, whieii addd to hlafm,'.6-
stock,' redaeis his assorftnient untiju'ity"l' [e
and compje-e. English,'Frgnchi, qernan & d
Amneirican 'Dru -is' 001iaetits; Perfumery;',GFIaj
and Druggsts Glass *are, &c;, &c., arehbfl^T
to Physicians, Country Merchants and/j&a ot
the most l4bera, terrrw--ll of which hde~rr=
pure andunadUlterated. .-. ....,,

Wholesale and Reta 4,-A'c ,r i. ^"*rf'/^!
45 Water s re;6 .
Apalachicola, Nov, 21, 1846. ''
Drugs and ""edia ies,; "'_ '
K THE subscriber :has,;Annd.wn
constantly have, on handaa complete
assortment of D)RUGgand' MJ=fiT.
.CINES% which he will warrant pure
iff .-and of the best qqaljty.._CountrV
"Merchanits and Planters -wilU fund it
to theTr advantage f'o Call, examh i ne arnd 'prite hj
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere. ....
N. B. Physician's prescriptiolrg pu-t up wv'hj
care and accuracy at any hour of the deyorwiift,
1^ J. C. AL'LEN,O,
March 21 -.Cor. Centre and Commerce os,ta.
J. SPENCE9 ... "'"-
WATCH AND CLOCK'MAKER, "'-.'
fS'&^~f~hSecond Story Baltzell'sBaild[ap-,
(Entrance on Chestt-. ..).. ,..
3ALACHICoLA, FA.
N B. Watches, CloAcks and Jewelry carefotly,
repaired. October 21.1-847,:.,

A*YH E N X-q U.M.
Bowtihg Saloon and Ut"iaril
Booms -
TFIE proprietor of the Athenaeum Bawling
JL Saloon" has used eyery endeavor to Inake
the establishment au agreeable place of resort,
and is thanklhl that an ever', discriminating pb.
lie prove by liberal patronage their alpreciatidn
of his desire to please. lie will always.keepEa
choice aesorfm,.nt of Liquors, and. reft'ehing
beverages, of a soit to tickle the pahaiespofOld
-Bacchus' most fastidious sons; and: Oysters,
cool and delicious, fresh from their native banks.
For a pleasant commingling of exercis, and
arnusemet-l-uti/e cume dulce- there qs noihibig
within the circle of gymnastics to compare eyifh
a gime of ten pi,,s; but those preflerriV,'lep
active amnsements, can always lake d Nai. ....
C o m e o n e c o m e a l l ," ;JN J' .
'JOHN B JOifrES '"
A.'alachicola, Dec. 30, 1847. 5-t" '
Hardlvr8A^ Ship Chandlery1 fA .
THE Sul,.icribers'have on hand for sahl(- .
T LOCKS, as-orted, Butts, Screws, Hing?,_
Handsaws, Mitlsaws, Cr,,sscult d9'- Plan,
Compasses, Augers, Gimblets, Chisels, Brfcte_
and ,6itts, Rulbs, Bevels, Squares, Prrra&xe?,
Ship do, Collins' do, Airze, Hatehi, t.071f, ii
mers, Shutter Hangings, Blind d,Streetyars
Pointer SR.ales, Plaltoim do, Coltn do;
Kitcnbn Ware, Table Cutlei.V; h,'Shove.a
Tones, Fire Irons, &c:
BLACKSMITHS' Bellows, Anvi,.|; Stedgeps
Hammers, Vices, Screwplates, Stoeks an'
Dies, Tongs, Files, Rasps,,&c. -
IRON-.weeds, English and-American, astvtpf,_
round,flat and square, BaridHoop, Sheet art
Boiler Iron. Railroad, Spike do, H tSIM"'
Iron and Nails, Cast, English, Blister an(d'
German Steel.
PLOI GHS-Singde and Double Cornshlellers,
Corntrills, Logchains, Trace 60o, Ox do,
.Shovels and Spades, Weeding Hoe5;.Gfai.ae-n
Laue and Grubbinir Hoes
CORtDAG,--Manilla and Hemp, assorted,Pitc hl,;
Tar, Rosin, Cost Tar, Bright Vanis'h, Hand:
spikes, Blocks, Oars, &c. -
CASTINGS-Sugar Kettles, .-Mills, end Cd4h-
drons, Bakeovens, Spiders, Pots,. Enamdejt
Ketlles, Tea Ke[ ties. &c..
TIN WAR E-A, full assoilment. '""
Wholesale or retail.
ROBERTS, ALLEN Co.
Apalarhirola, Jan. 20, 1848.
A CAmKD.
J^gr--HE Subscrtibers lake this method of inform.
JLigthe citizens of Apalach)('ola ahnd its~yi-.
cinity, (hat they have n-w on hand: a very1 n/eat"
and wvellselected Stock of GOODS,_which will be-
sold low, consisting in part as follows:" .
Cloths andi Cassimeres, various styles,
Fancy Prints, do. do. -- :-
Alapaca Lnstre ; do. Figured .:
Silks, Frode Ryne, **-i ,* .-/
do. Montelfa ..
.do. Satin Striped ,..
Fa~ncy Cashmere Robes : .-,*
d o _M er i n o 'd o ." j '
,do. Delaine "do. ,
Muslins, India Book :' ."
do.. Swiss Liuce anct.!,rgd: "-.-'
Edgings, Lis~e; Cap nd"d Threaa--'"-*
S h a -r 'D :a sa k S il k *' *,- i -* .
do. Marine,
do. Plaid Wool .- ; lu t_
Kid, Lace arid Silk Glove .' *", : .'
Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, latest lashiioin'; '
Rilbbons .in all varietiess. -* :' *
Br'own Shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-4: -s ..... .;
Bleached do. 7-8, 3-4, 4-4,'10-4 and'lt- ,..
Blankets, 6.4 and 8-4 .'. '


Ingrain and Cotton Carpetang : ,; .
Carpet Bags '
Hats and Caps'. all styles "" .
Boots and Shoes "':" ; I!
Clothing pi all kinds. *' ": ,
Also,, a -neat assortment of JEWELRY,- arid -
many-other articles too numerous to met lion. r .
Call and examine for yourselves .- -* "
M. N. SCOTT & BRXT-HERf ;-!.d
Vec 23 Cor. Water andCentajs. "..
Iron, Nails,, &<. *vl
0 TONS Swede Iron, assortd sizesT;' "
\2 100 kegs .Nails, '" dd. ";'- '. :
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qfialitieisi
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils; l .- *^
' 20 English and Americariisesf..-i
20 Bellows; < .-",.; ,-
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;; .. , .f
10 Coil.ins'. Axes;:" ..... .
-10 bxs Cotton and" Woolen'ba~r~dsV.' ,,
1 case Rowland's Cast -Steel Mill S1 s;
1000 lbs Cast and Gerianteel, forsale by
WM. G. -PORTER &S CO -'
Dec 30 41 Waterl st reef," "
Boots and Shoes. "
B OY'S and Men's Russet Brogans ;' ',
Men's sewed and peg d Kip Brogais ;" .'!
Gents fine CalfBrogans; ,
Wm',speg'd and sewld Shoes; Childrehlsd*.'ft.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoesp ; *;. *<-(, -,
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Bioota, : .-,:(
A large and extensi ve assortment;j.6ugtfredeiv.ed:
and for sale by WM. G PORTER & 00.
Dee 30 .41i'-V-aer:st.reet." .
Heniry's lagnesia, .....
9 argapa~rlA 1P11;'-^itm
PULL'S, Sand's, Bristolls and BEiley'avscemm
pound fluid extract of Sans aail ,jq-ro,
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matter whether the result of inherent cause or
causes produced by irregularity-, illness or acci"
dent. Nothing can be more surprising than its
inyigorating effects on the human frame. Per-
sons all weakness a.id lassitude, from taking it,
at once become robust and full of energy under
its influence. It immediately counteracts the

nervelessness of the female frame, which is the
great cause of Barrenness. It will not be ex-
pected of us, in cases of so delicate a nature, tc
exhibit certificates of cures performed but we
.can assure the afflicted, that hundreds of cases
have been reported to us. Thousands of cases
| where families have been without children, after
using a few bottles of this invaluable medicine,
have beeh blessed with fine, healthy offspring.
To others and.HIarried Ladies.
This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly
prepared in reference to female complaints. No
female who has reason to suppose she is approach-
x ing that critical period, The turn of life,"
should neglect to take it, as it is a certain pre-
ventative for any of'the numerous and horrible
diseases to which females are subject at this time
of life. This period may be delayed Jbr several
' years by using this medicine. Nor is it less val-
1 uable for those who are approaching womanhood,
as it is calculi'ted to assist nature, by quickening
the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed,
this medicine is invaluable for all the delicate
diseases to which women are subject.
It braces t(le whole system, renews permanent-
ly the natural energies, by removing the impuri-
t ties of 'the body, not so far stimulating as to pro-
( d]ce subsequent relaxation, which is the case of
) most medicines taken for female weakness and
disease. By using a few bottles of this medicine,
s many severe and painful surgical operations may
be prevented.
r Great Blessing to Mothers and
Children.
it is the safest and most effectual medicine for
e purifying the system, aild'relieving the sufferings
attenrdat ipon child-birth ever discovered. It
strengthens both the mother and child, prevents
t pain and disease, increases and enriches tbe food,
those who have used it think it is indispensable.
It is highly useful both before and after confine-
ment, as it prevents diseases attendant upon
child-birth-in Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swell-
s in;; ol' the Peet, Despondency, Heartburn, Vom-
iftig, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains,
.Hemorrhage, and in regulating the secretions and
3equalizing the circulation it has no equal The
great beauty of this medicine is, it is always safe,
and the most delicate use it most, succes-fully,
very few cases require any other medicine, in
sonme a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful.
Exercise in the open air, and ligIt food with Ihis
medicine, will always ensure a safe and easy con-
finement.
Notice to the Ladies.
Those that imitate Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
have invariably called their stuff a great Remedy
for Females, &c. &c., and have copied our bills
and circulars which relates to the complaints of
women, word-for word--other men who put up
medicine, have, since the great success of Dr.
Townsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incident to
females, recommended theirs, although previoius-
ly they did not. A number of these Mixtures,
Pills, &c., are injurious to females, as they aggre.
vate disease, and undermine the constitution.
Scrofula Cured. <||
This certificate conclusively proves that th-s
Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the most ob-
stinate diseases of the Blood. Three persons
cured in one house is unprecedented.
'rinree Children,
Dr. Townsend: Dear Sir-- have the pleasure
to inform you that three of my children have
been clred of the Scrofula by the use'of your ex-
cellent medicine. They were afflicted very se-
verely with bad Sores : have taken only four bot-
tles; it took them away, for which I feel myself
under great obligation.
Yours, respectfully,
ISAAC W. GRAIN', 106 Wooster-st.
Opittiolis of Phiysiciaas.
Di. Townsend is almost daily receiving orders
from.Physicians in different parts of the Union.
This is to certify that we, the undersigned,
Physicians of the City of Albany, have in nunmer-
ous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
and believe it to be one of the most valuable pre-
parationsin the market.
H. P PULING, M. D.
J. WILSON, M. D.
R."-B. BRIGGS, M. D.
P. E ELMENGORF, M. D.
Albany, April 1, 1847.
Caution.
Owing to the great success and iminense sale
of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a number of men
who were formerly our Agents, have commenced
making Sarsapeilla Extracts, Elixirs, Bitlers, Ex-
tracts of Yellow Dock, &c. They generally put
it up in the same shaped bottles, and some of
them have stole and copied our advertisements,
they are only worthless imitations, and should be
avoided,
Priucipal Office, 125 FULTON Str'eet; Sun
Building, N. Y.; Red-ding &, Co., 8 State street,
Boston; Dyott & Sons, 133 North Second street,
Philadelphia; S. S. Hance, Druggist, Baltimore;
P. M. Cohen, Charleston ; Vright & Go., 151
Charters street, N. 0.; 105 South Pearl street,
Afbany; and by all the principal Druggists and
Me" lhi 'it generally throughout the United States
West Indies and the Canadas.
For sale wholesale and retail by
~Hi F. ABELIj
May 25, 1848 19-iy Apalnchicota. ,.


IGHLY IMPORTANT WORK
Child-Birth:
./ Valuable Sctentific Work, upon the Subject
of Gestation and Child-Birth, by R.,.fI.
WEISSELHOFF, X. D., late of Paris,
just published in .New 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
avail himself of it at once, without purchasifig
any instrument, medicine, or other article, from
the author. The means of prevention here'Set
forth cost comparatively nothing and are within
the reach of all. The process is new, sale, in-
,fallible, convenient, simple, and cannot injury
the health of the most delicate. Nor does it
curtail matrimonial privileges in the least.
Morally Considered.
The object of 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 a.ew to the
world.. The means will be esteemed by all sci-
entific, right-thinded and sensible peopla~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 indnlged, talk of prudence as we
may. Without marriage, we have, in all coun-
tries, a debasement of one sex, and the criminal
indulgence of the natural instinct, very often
suffering and misery of the most fearful charac-
ter. Whp, then,shalldenytoman, (a free agent)
the right to marry and to regulate 'tie instinct of
nature ?
Young' Married People,
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 of. 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.
Unhappy Wives.
Unhappy Wives, who feel that their physical
condition and health totally unfit them to become
the mothers of a numerous offspring, 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 time 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 c(/m-
plaints, capable of transmission from parent to
child, afflict 'many worthy people, who at the
same time, are as capable of enjoying themselves
in the marriage state as their Inore fortunate fel-
low beings. Shall such persons refrain from mar-
riage on this account, or shall they marry and
give birth to a feeble ofl.;prinz, destined to a life
of suffering or an -early death ?. Thie answer to
such serious questions will be found in Ihe work
here recommended..
Early marriages.
Early Marriages are strongly advised by'all
philosophers and writers upon social and political
subjects. Early Marriage beyond all question
tend to promote virtue andbappiness ; and" with
the power ofxregulating the procreative funcl ions,
made known in-this work, may be freely entered
into without fear of incurring responsibilities
which cannot be sustained.
Over Popnlation of the Earth.
Over Population of the earth need be no longer"
apprehended. The calculations of Malthusand
the wild fears of Robert Dale 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 exercishiz
such control, none who give the subject- a mo-
ment's consideration can doubt.
Honesty of the iWork.
There is no deception or humbuggery of
any kind about this work. j. is precisely what
its title indicates, a scientific publication, con-
taining information of' great value to married
"people, or those contempalaing marriage, ex-
pressed in plain language which all cat) under-
stand, wilb no unnecessary wor,'s pu.' in merely
to swell the ndmber of ils pages. The whole
story is told, and the means of accomplish ,g the
objects of the work t'ully and C.'irly given, so that
the reader may avait himself of it at once, with-
out purchasing any medicine, instrument, or
other article, from the author. The means of'
protection which it recommends, may also be ,'e
lied upon, without fear of disappointment or in-
jury.
Physicians, Professors, and Cler-
gymen
In all parts of the country have given their
testimony strongly in favor of the objects of thns
work, and the nature of the discovery. We an-
nex a few of these recommendations:
NEw YORK, Sept. 13, 1848.
DR. R. M. WEIssELHOmFF-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
referenrce to physiological principles alone, but I
have also the happiness to know that it has stood


the test of practical experiment.
Yours, truly, R. LE DOYEN,-
Professor of Midwifery, late of Paris.
NEw YORK. August, 1848.
DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF---Sir-: 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 cannot be
questioned. I think the work will be the means
of doing much good.
Rev. B. F. CROWLEY.
N6. 8 Stanley Park, New York.
DR. WEISSELHOFF-Sir: The principles of
Chemestry applied to the hints for regulating the
procreative functions, 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 safety. J. L. SULLIVAN,
Professor of Chemistry, New University.
Copies of this work will be sent, in a close en-
velope, at single letter postage, to any 'part of the
'United States for $1, sent post paid, to
DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF.
Box 2-710, New York City.
Copyright secured. No Bookseller allowed to
sell this work. Publication Office, 258 Broad-
way, New York City.
CAUTION !
(36- Persons who wish the Genuine f,'ork, by
Dr. Weisselhoff, with private notes added by his
own hand, can obtain it only by sending directly
to him, as he employs no Agents whatever, and
never sells the %ork at wholesale-therefoW. no
Book agent, Pedlar, Postmaster or Bookieller
can-possibly furnish the genuine wo rk. Beware,
therefore, of false copies" andimitations;,Which


r Tax Collector's Sale;
BY virtue of the authority in me vested by law,
_ I will expose to sale, before the Court i-ouse
Door, in the City of Apalachicola, on Monday
, the 12th day of March, 1849, between the hours
r of ten A. M. and four P. M. the following real
estate, situated in the City of Apalachicola, (as-
sessed as the property of Lewis Curtis and Joseph
Delafield, Trustees of the Apalachicola Land'
Company,) or so much thereof as will pay the
Taxes for 181S, assessed thereon, for the State
of Florida and the County of Franklin, together
3 with the cost of advertisement and sale, and
which said real estate is described as follows, in
the Map of said City, viz ;
Wharf Lots Nos 7, 8, 9-100 feet each.
Lots 6 and 7 in Block .17.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 18.
Lots 4, 7, 8, 13, 14,15, 16, 17, 18, in Block E2.
Lots 6, 7, 13, 14, in Block F2.
Lot 3 in Block D2.
Lots 4, 7, 8 in Block 1.
Lots 29,3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 4.
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 in Block 8.
Lots I to 10, in Block 19.
Lots 1,2, 3, 6, 7,8, 9, 10, in Block 24.
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 26.
Lots 3, 4, 5,-6, 7, in Block 45.
Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, in Block 46.
Lots 1 to 10, in Block 54.
Lots 1, 2,3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 32.
Lots 2 to 10, in Block 34.
Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 188.
Lots 2 to 19, in Block Jl.
Lots 1 to 20, in Block LU.
Lots 1, 5, ", 8, 9, in Block 9.
Also-All Land lying on the West side of the
Apalachicola Bay, North and West of the City of
Apalachicola, to the. Western boundaries of
.Franklin County; als,,, St. Vincent's Island, St.
George's Island, and Dog Island, (exclusive of
that portion of St. George's and Dog Island owned
by the U. S. Government) ; also, all Lands lying
East of the Bay of Apalachicola and bordering
on St. George's Sound, and running East to the
m-uth of New River, from thence in direct line
to the Chipola Cut-off, following the Apalachi-
cola River down to its mouth, including Forbe's
Island (so called); the whole containing 285,000
acr,,s of third quality of Land, and 1000 of 2d
quality.
BENJ. LUCAS, Tax Assessor and

Collector for Franklin County.
Apalachicola, October 7, 1848. 38-6m
B. Ellison & Co., Cor. Water aivd
Chestnut sts.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
MANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
L _Hamhroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
,yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Oive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
pentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, Whilte
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Lith rage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal
do, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine. Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub do. Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck, Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
White, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tack-s, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Sack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blojcks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarvingdo, AxesAxe
Helves, Rooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentors,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets. Chisels,
Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cjpboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Haulyards, [-land Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, She(-[ do, Bar do Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &c &c.
Apalachicola, Dec 9, 1847.


State of Florida--Santa Rosa
County;


Burnetta Murphy, )
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Moses Murphy. S
TT appearing, by affidavit, that Moses Murphy,
.iJletendent in the bill af6redsaid, resides beyond
the limits of the State of Florida: It is ordered,
That said defendant appear and answer the said
bill within three months, or that the same be
taken pro co&'esso 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, 1818. 37-3m ,


Dr. Towasenid's Sarsitparilla.
Wonder and Blessing of the Age.
The moft-extraordinary Medicine in the World
T his Extract is put up in Q iart Bottles.: it'is s
times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted su,
prior to any sold. It cures without
",vomiting, purgi ng, sickeninag or
rir-'.i!,r am,,Y,- th,3 Patient.
The great beauty and superiority of this Sars:
parilla over all other medicines is,- t h at while
eradicates the disease, it invigorates the body. I
.... is one of the very best
SPRING AND SUM"MIER, MEDICINES
Ever known.; it not onl) purifies the wh:)le sy,
tern, and strengthenrs the parsovn, bit it create
nmw, pure ar'l ricei blo.n.. : a p'iwer pos,3essed I"
'n ,o other' m tadieina. .A d;t in (ihi:. lies the gran
%jcrlet o its w 'i U'rfl s >;--dia. ft. ha- perforlrme
withinn the I-lit fii' V- 2e >ru., m ,. ;a 01 In 10),0:
'cares o[ S1 v i"a att e at .-i. *\~i,4
w ere con'sidq'',. iit.1''>;, !t ai :;avrt O I hl vez
'Of more thl.i1 5))J) ciul l :i 1 i l dIrin.,I tIe two pas
season-!. .
10,9Qi9 e*swss, of 9.a-'iaar Debilit:,
ayal wi.'vit fof N i'* 's :ierffy.
] -r. ToW ia-1d's Stu'-i Ia.-itla ilvi,,r.ites th
whole sy.itae'n pprmnanently.' To thi)e who hav
lost their (ne;'ll" energy hy ih eects of rned
icine or idi cr.,tion eo n-nittfe. ini yonth-, or th
excessive ind,'ilgentn of the) as inns, a)nd brou'rh
o0 a g'apral ,.)'.Wgical pr,)Mtriii,) <>o!' the narvou
system., las-iitiu1 want of am')ilio,), ,-inttngse,
satioas, pr..rm ,tara d *cay a i,l d ,,. i., ha-itenin
toward i thAtfatal di.ia.., C 0 *.o4ir n, can b
entirely ros!.rni', oY t' is is l-ii t rit ,n'- y. Thi
S.Irsaparilla i4 f.)ir su '"rior t.- a''iy

iA i it re-ie.v -.aid i'tvil.r,iree the sy-iten, give
activity ib) th? limW)b, 4an I Itronayh 60 the micui
.lar sysle:n, ir i n',)it -exf r.)'rdii-i.vry degree.

C[eirne a'-v.l .Sren'th -, G C )H itn')tion can b
c.ire'i. B;'o3hi itis, C )"1-1.n )tion-, Liver Corn
plai'it, C )IL3, Cf ,th rrh, C ,'.'^ A,;thtnv Spit
til.^ of BgMo S ir'' .Sr in the Chest. Heeti
FliiNW^'t S3 vi OHilor Pr:)Fuse, Ev_
p-,t,?ratiin, Pai'. i'i the hid3, J*-*., have bae
and-can be cured.
J' ~SI)ittii]? I1al.
Nfr xrtork, Ap)ril-;29, 1817.
Dr. Tow s'd-I verily believe that yqur Sar
sa:)arilla hi -a; thetnm-aq., thrxi ^i Providance
of saving my Lile. I fi iv. for several years had:
b.'l couni. ft bicain1, wvor.,e anl worqe. A.
listt [Irais?] i ir:.3 q'- atifi-eA of.blood, had nizh
s vee.its, ind waq r.,.i.>!v cd1b!it0ted-and reduced
arid. did n ^t.eXiTct t: )iive. [ hav,3 only used you
Sirsiaprilln a short ti-ne, a-0 there hias a won
d.,rf'u chanTe besn wru.:)u{i,;t iA m'-. I am nov
able to wilk all over toe city. I raise no blood
'4.d rnv c )'-j'i h is left m .: Y,,. can well ima
gine that F am-n thankful !or these results.
Yo.ar o')edient S.!rvavlt,
W\1. RJ3"TSEL!, 05 Cathirine st.

Thi0 is only one of tao,'e thni four thousand
tit- 3 of R::el'imitisri- that Dr. Tol'onwend's Sarsa.
pArilLa has cured, The mtw^i severe -and chronic
cai3s are weekly eradticated by its extraordinary
v virtues.

Jam C-n-'nifils,;, E,; l one of the assistants
inVtha L'matic Asyludn, B3lackwell's Island, is th(
.gebtleman s .)okeni,of in the following letter:
BIackveil 's T! nd, Sept. H4, 1817.
Dr. TZowniend-, Daar Sir : [ ,have suffered ter.
ribly.for nine year.3 with the Rheilmitisrm ; con.
sil r')l, of thle timee I cold nqt eat, sleep or
walk, I had the utmost di.)lrasiug ptins, and
my limbs .were terribly s-vollea." I have used
four bottleaq of yout S ir'si )ariIta, anl they have
done more thin one thousand dollars worth of
good. You ar at liberty to use this for the ben-
efit of the affiicte.
Yours, respectFullyv
-- J A.MES CUMitN'GSS.
< Fever a:,l A-'Iue,
Dr. Towiseid'3 Sxra,'i!li is u aiejalled in
cansS of the Chills and Fever and Aue., The
fol.h.vii.j; letter is only one of hundreds that we
have re' eived from the South and West of' like
character.
Oj.igo, M~ch., 0t ...22, 1947.
Dr. Townsand D;-iAr Sir-- purchased for my
wife two bottles of Siriaprillta of' your Aient,
Mr. McNair,,of Ktlamat)o," to tey it For the Fe-
ver and Ague. Before I had finished the first
bottle, it appeared to wairm. the blood, and -every
other day, when the Chilis and Fever appeared,
they were les. violent ; and before she had fin-
ished the bottle, she .was entiirely relieved, and
she was mch better than sOe had b'en before
she took the Agua. A lady that had been very
l sick with the Chills and Fever, but had broke
them with Q'finiat, and was left in a very weak
and distressing itate, and tro'.i0led exceedingly
with the Ague Cake, seeing the effect that it had
on my wife, she sent and pro-ured a few bottles,
and it restored her in a few w eeo to complete
health. Your S.arsiara'illa is without,1doubt', u,.-
eTualled in diseaises incident to the W.^st, iid if
you think that this eo~n'utieiction will be of" use
youa are at liberty to use it a yri'i choose.
iYo.u rs, reaps.at fnily,
CH..VT^LFS H. SWAIN.
Casilter i si tiaa lIatla..-
Below is an acco,. it of' a'othei' child saved.
Dr. Towasend's.S-rs'ai'rilla h.>3 saved the lives
of thousands of children). The following two
certtficates are selected fro.T a great nunmber re-
ceived this week.
NJ-w Yo)rk, ,'raril 1., 18-17.
Dr. To'.vnse'nd : D *ir.,'_i':-0ne of my children
was very si.c'k within a !.'J.:n'r in tha .Mouth and
Throat, attend-l-1 with r-.nt d~ility. It came
near dying. I obtainedt s-)ne of your excellent
medicine, and it ear.'d it direictly, for hich I
assure you I feet very gratsf;][.
SYo'n', resnec)r'ully,
E LIZAB E TH FO WL E :, 27 Desbrosses-st.
~ Fits Fit.s.; Fits !
Dr. Townsepnd, not having te.ted his Sarsapa-
-rilla in eases of F;its, of course never recommend -


ed it, and] was s,.ir)rikad to receive the following
from an intelligent and res,)ectable Farmer in
Westchester county':
Fordhlvn, August 13, 1847.
Dr Tow.n nd: Dear Sir-I have a little girl
eeven years of age, who has be'n several years
afflicted with Fits; we tried alimst everything
-for her, but without success ; at last, although we
could find no recommendation in our circulars for
cases like hers, we thought, as she was in very
delicate health, we would give her some of your
Sarsaparilla, and are very glad we did, for it not
o only restored her strength, but she has had'no re-
turn of the Fits, to our great pleasure and sur-
prise. She is fast becoming runged and hearty,
for which we feel grateful.
Yours, respectfully,
JOHN BUTLER, Jr.
F male Mediciae.
, Dr. Townsand's Sirstparilla is a sovereign and
speeiy.cure -for ,ncip'ient Consumption, Barren-
ness, Prolai.4us U'teri'^, or Falling of the Womb,
_Costi-veneqs,.-Pile.3, Leuaorrh,-ea, or W hites, ob-
structed or difficult Menstr)ation. Incontinence
of Urini?, or involuntary discharge thereof, and
for the-,$ngial praitration of the system- no


In Chancery.
Raphael J. Moses, Adrn'r de'
bonis non, of the estate of|
John Locke, deceased, Bill for Relief,
vs. &c.
James Locke, Godwin & :[
Cows, et. al. j
U PON reading' the bill of complaint filed in
this cause, and it being made to appear by
affidavit of' Complainant's Solicitor, that James
Locke, Godwin & Cows, Asa Gove, J. D. Stod-
dard, and John D. & Albert L. Locke, deftend-
ants in the bill filpd in this cause, reside beyond
the limils of the State of Florida, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in the Commercial Advertiser for thespace
of fom r rnoilhs, requiring said defendants per-
sonplly to he and appear before this Court, on the
first Monday in March next, then and there to
answer, pl,,ad to or demur to said bill filed in this
cause, otherwise that the same be taken as con-
fessed. It is further ordered, that complainant
forward to each of defendants a copy of the bill
filed herein.
GEORGE S. HAWK[NS, Judge
Western Circuit of Florida.
A True Copy-Attest :
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
October 4th, .] 84. oct21---0-4m


State of Florida-=Santa Rosa
"- County.
IN CHANCERY.
Abigail Grant, 1
vs. Bill for Divorce.
William Grant.
IT appearing, by affidavit, that William Grant,
defendant in the 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
-4ilhin three months, or that the same be taken
pro confesso ; and that a copy of this order be
published in some newspaper inv the Western
Circuit of Florida f(,r the space of three months.
GEORGE S HAWKINS,
Judge of the Western Circut of Florida.
September 20, 1848. 37-3m
Exchange.
DTRAFTS on New York, Boston, Providence,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, bought; and
Sight Checks on New York sold by
WM G. PORTER & Co.
Agents dank of Brunswick,
Dec 30 41 Water street.


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HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
15 do New Orleans Sugar;
20 bbls St Croix "
5 bx, Stewart's Loaf "
10 bbil ground "
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'd do.;
'20 Sperm Candles;, 50 bxs brownSoap;
100 baq-_s 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.


Groceries and Ship Stores.
R IO COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchong do, Souchong'do, Goshen
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives
-3Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco; Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt, Raisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oa.s, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


Aromatic Bitters.,
D-R. BLAKE'S Aromatic Bitters, just. received
and for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.


Scotch Snnff.
3 GROS Scotrh Snuff,-in half bottles, just re-
ceived, for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.


Warranted to Cure."
COSTER & COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic,
compounded from medicines of our own
forests, a perfect and lasting cure for (ever and
ague, and for being the best Tonic in cases of
general debility or weakness now known, for sale
by [April 27] H F ABELL.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.
Thompson's Compound Syrup of
Tar and Wood Naptha,
OR the cure of consumption, chronic, bron-
chitis, asthma, whooping cough, palpitation
of the heart, liver complaints, and affections of
the kidneys, for sale by
Feb 10 J C ALLEN.


Stationery.
JUST received, Writing material of every de-
scription, consisting of' fine metalic Pens, of
superior qualities; fine French Cap and Letter
Paper ; Mem. Books; large blank books, Ledgers,
Journals, &c.; Pencils, Pen-holders, Paper-fold-
ers and Clasps ;,Bills of Lading, blank Bills of
Exchange, Dray Receipts, blank Manifests, &c.;
Inks, black, blue arid red, for sale by
Sept 23 J. C. ALLEN.


Paints, Oils, &c.
UST received, per brig Georgiana, from New
York, White Lead pure No 1 and extra, Oils,
boiled and raw, Paris Green, Verdigris, Prussian
Blue, Red and Yellow Ochre, Chrome Yellow
and Chrome Green, with all the other varieties
of colors; also, a large assortment of Paint Brush-
es, all sizes, for sale by
Sept 23 J. C., ALLEN.
I/ardware.
PLAINS, Plain Irons, single and double, Ham-.
.mers, Draw Knives, Augurs, Auguer Bits,
Spring Braces, Timber Scribes, Turn Ser.ews,
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 Ladies, Rat
Traps, Axes, Hatchets, Coffee Mills, Sledge Ham-
mers, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
SWEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding and Garden
Hoes, Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton and Wool
Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron and Su2:ar
Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by
B ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9 Cor. Water and-Chestnut sts.


Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolsc.ap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Books for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March I H. F. ABELL.


|Pry Goods.
rHE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
J_ sonable stock of Dry-Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Ket:seys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Bangups and Tweeds,
Super plain black and fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Marseilles Quilts, 9, 10, 11 and 12 qrs,
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and-Tickinig,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shiriing and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English/,French arid American Prints,
Extra super, plain and'twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra 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 Silk 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,
Plainland fi'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. '&c
'Which have bWen selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at thelowest market rates, and
are now offered.at wholesale or-etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 30, 1847. 4-41 Water street.

]Letter Paper.
1 REAMS fine Letter Paper, just received
10 and for sale by
April 13, J C ALLEN.


Chloroform,
WARRANTED pure, just received and for
sale by
Nov I8 J C ALLEN.


Dry Goods.
DRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys; Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtingsi Sheetings, Checks,
Gingharns, Calicoes, Delaneg, Hosiery, &c. &c,
For .ale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts
Cider.
50 BBLS Champagne, for sale by

Dec 30 B ELLISON Co.
,,HEFTINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, low for cash, by
B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 9. Oor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Tannes', Oil,
F OR sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co.
/ Wood Ware, &c.
ARREL Covers, Painted Pairs, Tubs, Flour
Pails, Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,
Brooms, &c. &c. for sale by
B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


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

New Dry Goods.
AUSTIN & 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, &q. to
which they invite the attention of the former
customers of the old -firm, and the public.
Apalachicola, Nov. 11, 184S. 43-6m


Shaving Boxes.
A LARGE and'cheap lot of Shaving Boxes,
j.ust received and for sale by
Dec 9 H F ABELL.


Note Paper.
PERFORATED and Embossed Note Paper for
sale by
Dec 9 J C ALLEN.




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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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WY3IAHT.s Tribune throws into f form the following! sensible enterprise. Hut |I. | young mm of moderate
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I I rr'trt Char.irb} :. is extremely rich, near .the surfarr ;ni prvsrnt. Lr tl:<*r who{

.rllrl"lnr -1.."''.-01C! HUTC',(ttS'PIyP 1 lne.. Dec 0 Apalachicola, Fa. steamers in a lu-i'iliful l rK-ar type, on' f flue while U'e intend tvcreiy] tot ive a notice nf our iut 'ti- in virgin t aoM, no senibhiirm now pretends have been Irmfly beets in the et-throattrays

,, \.'I\' :art I .n-rti-d" at the 1 rae of One Dol-I N. .1. QelIsc.COMMISSION ; paper and are faithful copies o1'IIIe original, tints for next \ear. !eat inR to others Lins adwr-' to doubt. There is no longer n !h.l' nf trade, hut are SitU

.I, ,i I.I .rWarst 1 and Fifty Cent, tor every suhieII" .AND FOltW.\HDI i1LAcKwoon'l'1.21"F.of the Edinburgh edition.They heirs:: an exr.ct facsimile I tiementtull bin ." I nt.snnntl and fury, siguifuiiij dots of excuse for alicciing to believe the and not nrr.>11( to wirM unt.rut..nr.prrit

its" rlion. MERCHANT.! .1 ; not :; nreoutils labiilniis; nor the product mica. n) luuck. en OV T also it" iln-v
I
11 rant embrace! t tIt! vi.nvf the three
great .'LIf-I'Iyto'e! of last the '"
Iileral1inn pncli ,
bt.11' yeir a I,o. II Water-street: year pu'li ant
I'fl tlln;: 'h"'ertije dUadvertisernpnts' not Dec 2 Fa. parties in England-Tory, Whisr!; and liadc..iBlackwood" .-
,1, nt will b'rasde:' bat m;'IIH, .., -" h.ell Apalachicola, *' and the '' London: Qnarterly" are he d'-es in January.: Thi i is a novel feattmin; five ihouiml; 1 persons "rr (., .Ig"d in t*i i- art-hind! I rbnr. In ,irf>rr, It l 'i t!, r.>"tui.t<*

"I{ !jroth'' n"tiiii5 tn.. ahead n.f.nvn"ent !iu by them' will. A. N. \Jd _\y. N C RUBHINS. CHAS. PRATT. Tory : the Ediiiburirh Hc'j.w"'hi.* : and t :e"Westminster M..1.iin; ; r.blilinir.; ltiri y; tbe wbole i>f Jd'-i\itear ging amid \\' !tin, : for gold in r the new placer anti( comforrablr hold (bark nml give IIIC Crst

:.. ;111 1 ::11 t .. tt'rti'! H{\l"w" Radical. The XIII Iii be Cite more fogiavintf-s and nioie leading ,'' from June lo September l.l st inclusive chance at the gold region r) those who hare
I U rf*< A. : chi Co.
L' Hi ir'"'.1 at the Ivlrusam'nts as\i t mn t be paid for iIcSiay British; ne"ll'm'.I"; ot a religion* character, matter (ban ;M.y of his contemporaries, allli v* 'i'j!' and that: ilip average prutluct ot .their labors asef- had n.o chance -ltcvIitrr! Ir is but:

1- 1.1dlid :! 1 l-'lil .t COMMISS OX MERCHANTS: haviu been ori:iinlly edittd by Dr. Chahnei I ror.tinne: to do
, ",'. No. 10 Waterstreet, : and noV -live his death, h;ing; conducted by his GODEY'S LADY'S KOOIC, nay do -.> mnr! uojlh I I
..1.1'1\, ) '' "' sill' 'h? ebired fir a'rv une1 uillyJO, tar each dCiithfnl, labor
.j. son-in-law Dr. Hanna <-nciattd with Sir D.ivul f : is nn c:"'ST R0)'
D '? !1i Aml.ichicola. F.i. 2 UP: ussnra'ire t lat t theyill receive more for T E TOCALIIf -
, .!. I... t'1'! "II! : ' : Brew tir. Its character is of the their r
J. ; literary verhi.he money in the Jt.j!sine alon! ', 0"hv{ '..tiispribirrg ; Fltxt l
tnUc'
: 1 1 I. t If! ,,- n' .,. 1 I I" 'n t II;; 1f"P Juo. s. :.nl( hill.un.A was rather increasing (linn diminishing It
t order. ;
; to oft'a'work' To this i. n'-d' This i j"
r- \ referenceV any : not rnsily aosirered.means I.u-e
,1\,1"\ "j1Itlt'C'lt.t"; T CTOX! A XI n COMMISSION the Iic- "t dates, "aniIi" the: discover of nIt
MEUCIIANT ;
,, PRICES KOU ISIS, (truscninnD roe EA1 !.; ,as>d iisrl-rdi-d) ii the same -j. t the L.\Dl.tiG I and ran fraeure here a the
'r'i":1
: '-1'" i : No. 2 Columbia nin.-lc LAR NEWSPAPER, which 'oaLln, : in richer deposits, but ii'.or'r 5l"usihh'ltp. pasi.aP tar
o
emonlh
,. -- --, ._- _. For any one the four Reviews, $3 per annum. : steamship from IHnnmi to SRI Fianri<
--"- cn.
'-' -- invention
-- -- Apalachicola Fa. For two io. ;; *. nearly if not quiff ?51 much! rei't'ir; rr.iiter ;- l f'lireht't: and inHuni.ictiire t'l 1 :
.. any don'i think ot ohcr:1
: :'t"11' 3r3 Dii .tJ r_!. For three. do. 'i" as the oilier Mnpnlliliei8, making I'er 5I't',.. more suitable! implement-. Arc., rf'n'Nint.Y! any Hut the
\dvanrpsmadi1 on ail cotwi i'mmt'ntS if rf'qUlt.'t any steamship cannot ran ir'mh
-
one nf those'
For all four 11ft the l1e\f'w;. S amount OI'reading' of tivo lna ri7.itles a nuM.jh.THERE the labor employed far; more elective thanat y !
tidy 2" l ls.COMMISSION who
are jibing, and to ron dunn Panaoin
n. U. r rlir &; Co, --- -- For Blackwood's Macn/ii.e. J" AHK rEcuMAiHTirs it about (J"d-\} < L firs( Hut I to
dv' Book h'r the ladies fb-t t other ivi.tu; .if i and he ohfi'iI'o(! : 't r st-s--I f. nionths is
D. U. rOOD For Bl.1d.\\'onli : 1111 ':: !'e >r ,
, .l.\1iIO:: and :3 Reviews 9
< L\I ; V'H AVH c!' !
J. t ?"..i :.1'r! <, ME J 11 CHANT Blackwood and the -1 Reviews, 10,00 |I'fipv.sfrs. There i id a ?.i!,,'/"ht-t and Li ;',' "!viravin II.-"Wtr.1. THE COLD COXTIXfKV ,-\fH"\JI.-\'i'r ? hardly : |v--jff5; ". The i'.v;> land routes

? .t,
Nr ii Vi'tt"r -to 1 1\a1 er-st., Payment* to be made in all cases ill cdcancc
"I .\ .I'; ''I'F..' In addition to lilt, se. tbrre r-re jriven rr.'i nt1!! Iv rf'tt7.; t'', bi.t that[ it will to a very n-iilei.i- i and! the Sonrh Piss ,.f tho ll't: I.y 1 fuun.tian .
I' .i. ---.---.- N'iv 1< .Apahchieola Fa. PREMIUMS I what no other m enzine tjive -a Col,'rrd r ;'1-
found and ihir.lpr S .
file t'XII'II.: Thai: g.I.1 l l is over a ; : l.j .I ri F .n .t :tie
.1 i I. '1)11. H 1", iirruk: THO .. 11. Atr \\ LO. Jon Plate, vviih a tint d*""rij tion This fc, 11:- very
\ it-t'. It. (
; >Ti.N. M- G. Consist insj of back volumes of the following i..rse area i i.-; true, but tint: if i is everyhere river; Gtla-nre l'H'!g. .It.fli..... 11MYurt"1
XU: s:: v l- :t.. valuable i is peculiar! GOdi. a. no utberv..rk his t'I1'm "
,' .t I..1.1J'-f iN 1istlLtlAi: T sX. Aitstis c_ LOJ;, Boa-i1\works pv's! kcclhnr.The viz :! every month: anrl colored. Then! there are C ':,5, I so plctiiilul! :i: as in I the neichboihood of ('.'pt. perils and ftpwd: in |nt<;1itfi'y" t tbmltty

C01111SS10 j I N 11ERcIIANTS nOT1it..t' SuUf settlement, where this who start earl Kelt m-.*r..I.I.! i,::drotittrt!
.. 1 i iVi trstret't, !!ll'opolililn'h,7.ine. t Cif! mpH! tee, E"lw.trimi: m t h'r taI discovery ; .

1\ .' '' A }.*i' *.:.irnla. Fh.; No Water-street, The Dublin Univer-ih Ma ainc.Blackwood's dies, with: Eusjraviims.: The Ladies'; W 'tk 1 able was first 1 mnd.e dt,:rust. The accounts will jo through thiswa : ant! for fh"JI"';.

-- -.- 19 X1 n\ 11 -\na1.lC'hi'C'h.i Fa. \!, :::/:im-. ; wiih it+'sigrs i i I.r: kdt' in;, netting, crotchet fivor it. hot an:ilony i is raiher :iZ5tiit-l, il.True. who start loin pttiO'9:I ":f'.t f'\t' \U"1t ;:-

!.: .Ct t r: :1 U; Tlie, London, t the Edinburgh, the Fnt'f'izn and all other kinds of work. Putt :-; i 1.,1' 1 tf]: Hus'ian gold mins in the tTjraliMountains flies, these : re pmoaMy, r.1..1 r'tte a*
.F AR1)iNGIi
I tl'IiS1.i! it 411.nt t ANTS.'tV;f 0 it :.otrIzisll; :1 nil Aisrliou Koerr:, (Quarterly, and tits U'e&fmu.-fer! rrt"\'il.'w:, alI! dn! Caps, Chair Covers" Wir-dnw C-irt.-i: !. remain a*' prodin'uve r.s ever alter ;inv.nil- e:n choo' r t,**twr.n lb*>m on lll&

: S.s... -'1.: ; EUFAULA, ALABAMA] Any otie snbsni i mu; to Blackwood, or In una D"O\le>V, Pur-e", Base--, &.c., &'. Ilt-nUh and sevens! .years rttirienl working i and the se testimony ot those fitnihr with H:<"rn afirr
P.li1iwil: !II EnzraiaI.riC'1: Cttt .'*, with
'. ,,. arr.t'i: tc' nvw of the Reviews at .- 1 a-yrar, or to sn\ 'two of :g; are in a region by no Inca-is so new :o rivilixation you have p:_hf'tt St. Louis, and ihrre will
ground plan?, and other engravings, alwjnp ihIQ-! f. -
the Periodical--, :*'>, will receive, rut is one e no lack of ,1ih's.
--- i. the interior of Cuhturnin. Usual
P :as
: .. .... .b. Ii. !nrRH.. CO. trative cf useful. Mssic he.i -
!
(j..r )... .X ..0.11... ex volume lie P'lmofhi'ig! uiU.iivprinted : ;
ul ot t above n1t'd. For
any premiums 2L however the first fruits. of our own p.m. if we w v starting
a newly nosy
MISSION MERCHANTS, W.v htiiin:: received a toll share of the patronage A subscriber to ;"'." !hr."e of the n-nJicals. at on tinfr-d It"tryhjet: mar he ta''f-n' on! ) before :1rifl'hn,1
and b-nind. Colored Modi 'f'tIt' and ( :Mred l j discovered: or newly worked s''M region are or were nilE sine if ;a
alai. fr-'iin the Merchants of Apaa! !*, Fl-nver Piece aiona ly. These ail I the richest and l t the hermit in the :teun>hip from Panar..a if J tan
>
.f Tt ft>f > "- m, still feel thankful for the same ill our line two premium v"!nn i'>* .1" a1l0\ are! ( 'Ira sanguine cnpeciatior.s

;: \ .* '7 rn.i.!. 1 l- a'\: :t1"isfi\1PANY.. ,:. ,. l I"Iilll't't'I cltmillwintf'r.; A subscriber to Blackwood and ti.r.-o Pevlcr-s, in Jodey, aids to be i fnuiul in iij ether \I.. -/lle. t i urlcl: : ] at t tlie: outset are nct justified by the Francisco we should (prubabh- aLp ?r.it) to

,,/ I : or'(.ft.:'i ., -':. :11"... I IIt. E ii ml.: '.. .11a.. :\''1 I.1 1 c 15. -15-tf I at S9 a-year, or to the.Four Ic'it'and Blackwood These were- all iriveu l.t-I t year. ?\n\\ will .' < '":- t'Xpr'fit'm'l'< if following years. The unparalleled ; Vera Cruz"and :tlienrelrnvi1 I ore Iar.d I bway y*

,t t. ..tr'r! :1 1 rPt, I Ii1 !'irai:: _tC'hHJ and COlunh.io21 '), at ;no, will: receive three rr.uium01- tinusd. Ina'idition, we shall: have in evt-iy No., !! n! h of adventurers to Caliiornia[ of )Ip icu (city) to "h! :llian or some

.. > .> \ -alar hrtrl-t, : .I UOI .t', ume*. t one', : of will also operate against tie! rrafi 'llion; of point nn I the Pacific cca
.. f. .\' I n n. Jh"O PV (ccr rienic be pnrlictitar in l1ftmi,,; tftcpie- CROOMI73 CHARACTERISTICS SKETCHED OF AMERICAN" extraordinary; profits individually by speedily ouM be procured ; and it such wrienotToe

,\ "c :;.lHfu, mil/Ill> .le\irul lild the icor*?* fii' ci Ht d fur A rno=t amusi.. ; >cries, now first, giver to t the} crowding and in time exhati,tinz the > found would keep on by land tu Cahornia. -
D. DANFOIITI7.
t'i'1'11S'iM:11Ct.1NTS. i! J CIUI1BING.; American; public. Thf-'' will bo illn-lruttd! in richest: localities! when inferior must be resorted .

> :'i.Vd'r. .!r,d.-! tT4: sturs. Thank hit fIr tie! pitri3jp; hitherto receivediVii rom copies of any or all of the: above work every No by a Story from the powerful pNn'f T. io ; while! the cost of aliI the nfces.;aries With two ot ,three hundred Mexican ilnl-!

i :'i I ; '.- ) c. *f o1F 1 :! Merclnnt-s' of) Aptd.ichicol.f: he Would will b.? sent !to o iad !re5 on !p'\rient: of the S. Arthur i>i- of liie mnst remain very hiih, rilll only lar (gold will pass af a pmcli: .. yet.) vie believe
'
I... t .Vv A'n \. *;Ch.K'o1i ..! rt'Ol'.rf'Ii1.Jirll' !! a ronmu! !! ('ice of their t tiv )r5F.ntiul r' ''lar suhsTi;ion/ fur t hrce- fourth copy '- THE CHANGE.: OF FA ION," by reason of the treat demand fur them and 1 the trip to ,;all Franci.n ('l'lIfll'e

"\"3e .r ?: r ;ifsszitliii s"Ah.., O-t. -27, I.\! 10-s bl'It-: un!i'l.C".r !J1tral.d! : 111'1) Robinson, Es-j This series the distance %hence a good of them nmle over this route in si\iy; or < dav.
-, .i.l.. <* KitC.: i ANTS .. ;\() premium if"If trir"n i" trrr He part icnty
\ -- -- --*-- -- -- i.tf'1'ti', >.
will !In1 \er\ to the !!.r'i! >c must be brought, but because of I he I'f atdd'iil'uii ifill not tltlprt'l%;tntit. Not I less han iweiily
N Jlt'r S'rct. above alfairnnrp nartr (:i < /'/!>, !:or will pieiiiurn '
t. "THEPPMCACILITY, OP THE! I'lXF.:
3JrJrcrJ f01tti[ Kotfrns.O than
\, : n. .). t 1h'AJI:1.: F1 > i'i F'iv r': It! _' r'f'KTiis'ied: l1.d>! --> ''-:1. ct.'bsjri4ion AiiTS TO DOMESTIC l L..E ,"' ;} of retaining the seamen and thus, nor more ('idllhourt travel together
: --- .--- --- I I1 ; i Mid in I !/ri'din2 :1WI! the vtssels in which! -less titan rVcr.If' III( M.I f"t" ifi"
: [ > ( fuJi /t; tat pui'i-iicrf, without ". :iy stippfiestre :: ; more
Is o'her > J Ev.jr.iviiir's
i*. A, J. "C1. "". a '-.i i -8 (-\ riow n prcin-
'v 1/NALK: A.VJ i-riL! GROCER, \ SYDNEY ((1REES, i. 1)). recourse to aI< a!t.i. lion, alai will? br- published! PH! t.f' v.tr.COTTAGE ; u.;.ia-poru-d; thither. \Ve pre-iumf, hneiore than f'i'hrVoui. -1 nfu-tt tinlll! IP entertain-

I ihir; .. 'u' si :si t': ";i.J-i ,+ lid t" j' uti g u..i.tHul. (:Cy: May bu 1 f"und .it \Ii'\\ reside-ice, corner otCe.tnv EULCOPlE:. FURNITUREllavinscfflveu -
; Model. ( i iiJtndi profitable' will in the 1 Lo less They mfi Cottages {
Ii.t: It 'll tt:4trrt'4.'tai. : .iid: Ili:h street, oppc ite the Mansion i A fate arrlnt'ffi'ntith the British publNhrr ; so mary we very r.ierage Slt
Ia:, AX .h'! alert. ii-tiiii.'. Nov, S. of i>" ft) commence the pubiiCdiiun: of (\:!1,1":1'FI"niiurea ih.m:! in l.- -e.! hordes ur mules either ill \Vn Crux or farI -*
DldlWnod'I! L -xiiiC! sec urt'''" to us (.,1'1.
v 1 ij A t !i.': irala, Fl.". ----- -- --- -- --- slipets! ol that w--rk, by whi'-h v.v shall l hI' ableto very neceary append:',;' t>> a \Ve ,ate not forcetting that' the mines I her west ;,s speed or. unp'itniid or i-ionotny

-- W. G. :31. BSATT .", Cottage. whence these diluvial tidies on ihe other >hall dictate.; One
l.avp in
.4).. .t. h$i.. ,.. pl.I tr;' t'ie! entire iumb in the hands of pubienb process moreqiie-- .
U R.;.'. n }:1'1!:r AND COON.ELLUR .1 T LAW, : .r, '.K-fore anv portion of j il| can I bo reprinted! RELIGION AND HISTORY of time been washed) to the valleys and ra lion i is often asked! us :
: 1
\ (1'4 ; 'L' I Our
\i.m I l'i .ll r i <, -4.-: j'0NiPAINTS! ; Oilers hi-services to the public in either ol the in any of (the American Journal*. For this and superior Arti-:-, Walters, Tncker Pen:p. vinesei remain lo he iJi and Welch CONURKSS
: are now endued upon: a =tt: ut l plateillustrative DO ABOUT THEWe
*; : !Lv tI.1 t, ;"C": ate, above capacities.He other advantages secured to our su" 'ejibcrs, \\'t. of thee two s'bjcts. though they will doubtless lor.q defer the 1.OS !

\i:, ,_ V 'tlrat H< ti.:1: ,"-i! -lidineiy.! will ptactice regularly in Franklin, Cal- lily "') l. rc I-i consideration, Itp mall be OUR lSIC.Preprr'll exhaustion of the California gold! region, .

'", ..: t' j-1!iit ...i't'ifer stnvtc -, h cxpre.o.ly umo lly
\ 'j; .. j it] \.llarhirnb, F'a. a sM'-t-i.I I retainer .act .t" Counsel!, in any Court we' repeat wlscribf early addle the {beautifully printed; ii:>s Ion: cuinmarded} a clrl", even sustain its productiveness. We know this heail.: We l believe it will authorize the
-- -f--- -- 'oftlvJ!".I I Hr WesJptn; : Circuit. lie willaNo l price it (mc. EXf'clllinf'ilhpr lo sell nor tease llirts #t
d'-d!
hit of i actual mines of which will
pn-tcrcnce over t any other Masjosipe. no any sort return -
ij.s :SIKI Slt1CV.i.111tit Remittance* nrd t'nmmn'li! l'* .hnuld be the
> -
Tallahas- session but
ho Court of leave
.1II 'I esit: Appeal at present '
> i i- ; t'r1 red
It t in The
Ii-Mur- !PO. .
,.' '; ttli 11"'iL f i \ X T, ., .', ; '..e ..> ions of which, he will alas be always adtlll'*PtL p". )!d IT !1..lIkf..rl. Jo the THF a LITERARY: CHARACTER; OF GO- twenty dollars! per day for the labor re- to ili, wherehe pluses. sit tim-. -I.UN n..l
T .. 4 iValer-tr.v:-\:;) -'.vis publishers.! LEONARD SCOTT , acculent.A.t'.u .
tar+ -ett jt, lIale; < pr.'vented by trench the rights! of" ., .
_
DEV LADY BOOK. upon *
: ; 1 I. 1. Ii. -\I''L ;,; IIIJ, n.t. tilt !1)1 lO. 71* Fulton St New Vt.rk.O' JJnt, there Hill he an immense amount of n. t'sp
: \' :, September; S With <-nri ,' riter< r.s M", ,'.|ie, Grr-ce C'ee'iwfHd ': i imposing! a inuder->'" "I ih.- ."."\e j>ramiiit -
---- ---- -- cold! obtained in California! during the nr'tlJrar
,1. (;. .tl!;;;>, -- .-. G. scmmus, 2n.hG :n.:1 ;an,4.. W. G. Silf'T:,". MKIN.T.: 5. AI i !;.'!.-. and Ct'f'lf.10; ;i' _,., ire at tf th.

kVtnlt.sylf: *n'l lift Jailer in ATTORNEY AT LAW. PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yard* wide; \lrs I E. Oikp! Sui:1'1. :.Mr:. .T. C. Xe.-l.: I II.! T.Tuclcfitran The piobably through many years t to : in C.: !" 'j.. .' i."f ,v.tita, fUD--
uiiirM :nia\i';" PAJNT.OILS 15 II. W. 11. i'o"it, &c., Ihe! au'hi.r' of! come. question net in order would ,
Cwr Ore; .Vo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building, 3 Ingrain Carpeting; : gr' ssni- > : rv_ ne, on penalty of
(;L-. nCI''Htx, e xc.t of Centre & Commerce pcs super the Widow Bodott,1'r'Ii'! :-f'f Fro,t. Bryj, l, L"n,- seem to lie- confiscation :,
cor. streels. 2 Stair KH.m : i' 5 gold! dug
on public
.-t f4.. fellow, Holmes! -ar.t1:1 Iud of otlters-KUi>t alvajs
trrlI"" a1 fJ..ylrfm'.r.f f.r novS Apalachicola, Fla. 10 Tufted Rii2-, \ Like! the lead in literary merit. IIIWU.; OP.ST.lCI.r.5 AND PRAWCACKS lands lo ihe mint a-.u: ree-iTe fiir: it. cash in

a,. l I:nB1.1NS, f.iT1\ltiVl 1 1 c c. sn n; For ale by "WM. G. PORTER CO. TERMS: ACE TO t l.I:>COU. Tir.In: r.scEKFns hand, nine-tenths the quantity of coined
n
.c ',: .,t :..i.ti& I1J i: Con! 'n.Tc- 'lrpt"1,. :and Macaboy, in bottlfs and blad- Dec 30 -tl Water street. For Throe Dollar'wv will;"!'.II t the I L' d\'s!, don IT ? :old.V'e think n. will either Ifu! this or do
I t d..t'hi-! r
-- ---"-- ", t. I SCOTCH' received and for sale by Liucclii. Book, coritaininii m.,re Tt"ar1il, than any othtrmonthly We have already spoken of thc high prices nothing.We .

B.; S. :'. .'H-\. ., 1 FebiT 11 F ABELL.IVrry and Thumb Lancet*, just received] find the Lad-8: Dollar Newspaper,; pui- of the necessaries :and comforts: of life trust this win* excu<2 us from nntwcrig -

F \c r,)rt AN .) (',C.rJMliv.ON; 'MERCHANT, -- SPRING{ sale bv :Ji i..hf:1!; I twice a month, whiehCtntuts; : hurl: uliirh will inevitably subtract hcavi1from Icllcis of itu'airy ropecling California.NOCIMTT .
avis's Pain Litter; I. I"l'allm: as any ot the J .5: periodic< ot thl' d. \- --- ---- .
N<>. < Wutfi' sr.', t. Feb21 1 II F BELL. the grins so sangninely counted on. It will -
l ..II> J C ALLEN. maki three n.oi'.ll''
bv publications; in one nit the
:
!D.'t' : AujilafbicMla! Fa'Av FOR IN" cost from iv2lU) to :Joo.ilh from fifty i to JJf dpi .-On the continent -
; Panacea.WAIM subscriber prefeis the following <;'leidid! enzravinas -
-- one hundred ,and 'fifty days; to reach .the of Europe titles of nnfiiTity drend
----- to
received to the Lad\'s Dollar New. r, .t1hnnzlr
& HOUCK'S Panacea jUt ; l'apt (
ry %V Jones, JLctiiou S from this : and wlirn all the children. Thi 'traits tf,
Syrup.LB region
GR'Ccl1S! 3c CIli \o l.J 1t'im h'rr""I; I,.\Y'S superior Lemon s\rupju t recencd Ffh ]17 H F ABF.LL.HATS : sent through the mail without Ix-mir cl"llhnl"r there} transportation! food', \c., must inevitably sm ae-Hof rank being poss'srd by p"r.ons

P nd 'or sale by creased will send the bear.tiiul I be dear. in menial entplotultn,. fur famitUH
"it r : aUi1.eht'A and Caps bv the eat'I low tor cash bv 1 1r. ,) we \pl'ile crn- very illar.ufactureinlpie- must
.
-: Feb 17 ---- -- II- .F /ABELL.Aov -- ELLISON & CO. taitiing the portraits .r! Hf.rrit-t t Newell{ I F.ni'yForrester :mrnts. !cc., will he cheapened! by the arrival live in spite of the disgrace ot"nohdiiy, having -
iI.SI'.II01": \\ I.I.A.! Wl i ) t>ul lif: :ioiis. Mr. Stewart Mr;. Ann Ii. Jiid-wn of the vast the to work fr a hvKi': : .l. lit
H. dIliaI V C, : Dec t'; Cor. 'ral:'r u-i{ C'-n-ti:' t St.1lDrt quantities now on way ;<>o if>p total
CtitlMgSSlii.l i < MERCHANTS:; : o., CCfOLUMilS Just itceivtd, and for sae ::'1(1 iMr-j.! E. I B-? Dv\iii i ,! I, at A-lbe I | latisof -Clni-t thither, but I ilif se most .till! be sold hi.dt. ? to .ot !<' k fpr.tr! r; f.i-he iciitt. ineveiy (;rlmaf'.
and lUcdicinc The Ooenirg of the
Jeru-ialem
b s;; Weeping o\t-r
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\ iiihabitant,
afiord, a fair profit to their owners.Ve is finis'' horn rlJur.
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F. ABELL. sub .Tiber tit ju-t leceuvd! Iri-in Ne\v Sepulchre, Deliverance St. Peter ui'rt T!:' I ctNIt
H.
. iiv: c.O'Kis.! tllIt.( :. : II!;<. IL.\nn\\\lE, Nov I THF! ; ; ) I appieh i nd l that, those ho but half: work or At the' inn of the pl.! ..,?. ri.e lir.urd!! i is :a
TI Nv A i:i-;, Bnnfo'< ,1Jnl:=. HATS, nrk, per() bri:: Virginia!I a 1.tr.;e ,and tiv-sb I I Rebuke. If prf ferr.'d to I the Newop.sner; or 'd ate-. Count the
(,\' .CUtKtJlllP': : Soaps. stock of Dm:** and Mfiiicine?, and all ..trticlesusually I we will st'lIllli.: ., Leslie's; Novil I of Am. lia, md I I fear lo wet i heir feet or try to acquire wealth landlady a (".uiir>s, :and (Ifteosihr

CHAXOLKtlV A LARGE a;"o-ment of Toilet Soaps, ju-t kept in hi- line, lo t: rich he would respecttiilly any three of ',Ir;. Grey's or Miss Piclcenn.'i p')- without work, will, as a gpneial rule be young Counts. A 1 la rr tntvetirr says:

Cor. Water and ChfMnnt Ft#. rl'c'i iicd, and bur ale by call the attention of his friend, and 1'udar novels.Fer found as poor in California' ; when the golden! A wealthy relish rnri'!t.ur. c.ipnvartdwith ;

0.c 9 AiMldchicol.1! Fn. Dee !) H F ABELL. the public 'treneraliv.N Five Dol1lrwe will send two copies f,!" (flood shall have ebbed, as any where else in :ihe scenery a.s !;e iravltrd( ( iiruii;;rr.

tH\t': P. M'CALtA GL-TAVF. KOMAI.V. S lntrrz, Yeast and Soda Powders --of the J II .F ABELL., tile Lad.\"5 Book! and a set of I the [plates ti, eachsubscriber. the world. Those who drive hard, at the bought an estate on ii!:.' Jake near by. and

;:71'Calln & Iloiiittin, best quality I for sale by -- :work fearing nothing, sparing themselves io came here lo reside. [J. uainn>Hig-nt
Seeds Seeds Seeds :
COM \11 I S S to X M I E II C II A N T S, i J b'C_ _____ ____, ALLEN. SecJ*, jut received and for. s.ileby For Ten Dollars we will srnd fire conie; of nothing, will generally have realised a competence and well eiln!atr-d bin he had no ".HuH" coat
the Ludv's Book and to the
a PCI""OIOf'lIll
!o. P Columbus Block I GARDKN copy; while those who unite scheming of arms. The entire of the
popular
Dr. \Voorllfr'sntibillious Vcpclablc I H F AI5F.LL. ; hU io\n
in! lilt Club, and a set of pl.ite< to earl
Nov. IS Apalachicola, Fla. 1 Life Pills, For Twenty Dollars, eleven (.lp:(. of the Book .viih working faculty for business with astraizliforward therefore Ilt'CI'.t"lllh11 it r,:.s nm t tiiju, ite-lo

tTiider\tcod & Caigli, sale by LP S.Potash.received and for sale and a set of Plajes to each subscriber, and a copy en Tiy in digging--will, visit him arid evrn the village I.ath"r. win
just b'y
FOR 8 J C ALLEN.FYsiiiir 2000 of (the!, Biok to the person sonilrig: the Club.! especially if they commence with means and wa. :a Hilton, would not rtri-,mzf 'him in
TAII.0ItS.nALTZELL'S I i\ov4 H F ABELL.
For One Dollar we will send the ".;tl hV Book! sre fortunate, realize immense furl tines. nut the street, and l only! 'knew lu naute when in

BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST. ;T'TsickcloA Congress Spring Water r, .1 I months, and for 'J-r> cents any one No. Po&tige the act Ilf performance on IIi, chin/* This

Apalachicola, Fa. GOOD aosortuieitt just received and for sale JUST received, and lor sale by to be paid nn all orders. \".-'IS THE COUNTRY IIE\r.TII\- ? i is but a specimen of orhrr (q.tanfiii; s of

05-: All orders illended to with punctuality by J C ALLEN 11: J. C.LT.L Address, L. .\. fiODEY, For the temperate and prudent we believe Europe. Tht' nobles! of I llouu.irv J Miionril

ind Dc 9 113 Chestnut street, Philadi. il is for the dissipated and reckless, we
despatch. Jan. 20 Dyseutary Cos'dial.DOWOODHUFF'S ; to l( J,4U-'i. The nobles of the city uJ .Milan
School Books. With giving the above a lew that i is safe. Doublle!
any newspaper know no region alone amount to 3.cl.:!. In IbC- ;"n
Coidial .
D\sentary "t published
:(. \. Scott iV Brother, A LARGE assortment ot School Books justreceived by jn. insertion we will exchange. there is much exposure to the elements to census showed the noblt'
i. WHOLESALE ANn RETAIL DEALERS IV and for sale by Dec 9 II F ABELL. lUusiard. be encountered in a region where habitations amount lo (,0)0.() Bank: on the i'online
nt.
hRY HOODS, CLOTH1NJ BOOTS, SIIOKS, I'C y J. C. ALLEN. A SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, in ( are few as wretched and thE: arts of life therefore i is a different thin
Irom rank
in
lIA T. &c O Perc ussfoii Caps, Lost, tin boxes, for sale by almost unknown. But .the climate is temperate England, which ;:
Cor. Water and Centre-streets country i is after all the! mo l
sale Wednesday law, on Wafer street t a MASONIC -\pnI27 II F ABELL. amid and >
the
by waters sweet
\ Dec 23 Apalachicola, F. FOR. J ALLEN. 0' BREAST-PIN, En.mn-1-iL The -. equable, aristocratic on the ?f"he.-l': l. Bulletin.
9 I and the mountain breeze -
dispel
OFFATS LIFE PILLS AND PIHENIXBITTERS rapid, any
'r1f.. .. finder will be liberally rewarded bv returnirsr thel3me M
SIit. \Vsi. W. CH
EFy-:R Oitr for fevers."e believe
,'erinifttle. : excuse men .
ju to W.A. WOOD. Extract
,Sluis A Cheerer, 1''J7 I\ER'S Canadian Vermiluiofor{ : sale by Dec. 2, 1S1
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, VV Feb 17 H F ABELL. the year with impunity-changing from t ihe :
Office No. 36 Water rushes.; Every thing her
street Lotion.RANVILL'S is unusually dull, tht-
river bottoms to mime hills as the winter or
dec23 ApalacUicola.Fla.J. Storage Hat, Clothes, TeethNail and Shaving Cholera has .
Lotion jut received, and for HAIR product a prt -c' palli(. I '
N Fire Proof Store No. 24 Water street, by G :, for sale by rainy reason comes on, and using reasonable should ,hal {

II. V J. 11. Hull, I Nov -V. ,. D. I}. WOOD- sate bv Feb 2.1 II F ABKLL.Congress precaution to avoid needless exposure, jtul:e at least 25,000 persona
J
Dec 9 ALLEN.. have left in the of
FACTORS course the lat ueek"
& COMMISSION MERCHANT.;, -- unwholesome food, &c. Hut
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No. 43 Water street, Saddlery, &c. I Chloride of Soda, 1Vater. about 100) die in the course of twenty-four

Dec 12 APALACHICOLA- SADDLES, t.t various patterns and qualities, received and for stile by JUST received fresh, and for sde by 1'.-WHO .SHOULD CO TO C.LIFOr.'i1.1 hours." .
curb and Snaffle bits JUST 8 II F ABELL.
9 J C ALLENGnitat'S Not those who are well employed here,

Roberts, Allen V Co., Saddle Bags, I I md have families ,that need their and I The
Violins 1. JAYNES' celebrated Family Medicines, ; care Cholera at New York
sale and according to
DEALERS IN HARDWARE Martingales and Whips, for by D
AND SHIP Co. sale ; jut received, and for sale by protection. Not the wealthy, who have al. the Health Officer's made
CHANDLERY. IRON WM. G. PORTER & by report lo the May
STEEL/NAILS .
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS, Dec 30 41 Water street. FOR ( 9 J C ALLEN.S Oe t .1C ALLEN. retch.heir share' of .this world's goods' ; let or on the 24th nit., i is on the d..clinp. But

And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Copper School Books, ii nil. fresh Vest Powders, these take venture if they will ill supplying I one new case occurring at the Marine Hospital

for sale] "1 UST received and i for sale proper outfits for industrious and, reliably i ,ami one death that
IVarcs. OR sale by Snuff, in bladder, by by day. None, ease
Dec 24 Apalarhicob Fa. I? Feb 17 II F ABELL. SCOTCH, H. F. ABELL .1 Dec 9 "I a-C ALLEN. upright men, rnd in subsisting .the I in the city


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VOLUME VI.] APALACHICOLA THURSDAY. JANUARY 11, 1S49. [ /iiiio.

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jIllERCIALAL11118L11PUBLISHED __: S3tuJfnt DCrcctorn.. British Periodical JLifcraturc I The Ijeadin? Periodical America.. !J I coixc- ---- -: TO- -(-\\--. -FOKXM.------ ---.families of such during -there absence

| EVERY THURSDAY !T VALUABLE PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS I, Under this head the editor of ihe N. V. agreement to share; ihe products of uponan the

JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. GOD EY'S LA, DJ'S 1OOK
Tribune throws into form tire enterprise lint In
\," l1IAN. following sensible young men of moderate -
J. I*. J. Day &,Co., Subscribe early uJiile the terms are low! and
For 18 19. remarks: in reply to repeated! applica- means resolute energies, either unmarried -

)iUCff. Third Story Biltz-ll's Building treet.T1ItMS. ?,:.corner of COMMISSION No. \\Tater8trt'et MERCHANTS, RE-PHBLICATION OF Dedicated lo the Ladies of the United Slates. 'ions made to him by letter and otherwise; or with! \ j\.s. full of spirit of
Chestnut ener
and < of
y :1pahfp house
Commerce making a out of a
Dee 2 Apalddiicola, Fa. THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW Edited by SARAH J. HALE alout California.
going to They are marked luifi'alo' skin and
ft5- Agents for LLOYDS ; also, Agents tor the getting up a comfortable
Til-:: EDINBURGH( REVIEW GRACE GREENWOOD
,
'Etna Insurance Co."the Protection InsuranceCo. by such dinner oui slender
good sense as will commend materials, md u'uh but
,._nireeY I) Mar* 1er.annum, ." and the "llartord Insurance Co." Hartford THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW! and 1.. A. GODEY.
19"t"'I- -.id within THE them to the consideration of nil who one kettle tn rook in-if they understand J.
if xSi
m aivs nr *3 ;V) p Conn. WESTMINSTER REVIEW, / A Novelette by I.IISS E. LESLIE, who contributes even !
tailoring
It or htvr ban! a taste ot Uat k woodi
there1fter.' think of
p'\1d t to" California
oriflOiif 1 to every No. going :
o 't .. .,' 'I1 ," I tcrm jan sxN' c r.arte.! Rogers Eugene W. Rogers. ANDBLACKWOOD'S N. WLLi:' Original life, so much tltr (hetirr-let these and such

"rJj1 riV ,"\ .riilv I he CII.trg'I I for C2Ia Rosnrs & Co., EDINBURGH. MAGAZINE.The Srriplnml Prpfry.T. 1.-IIOVT .\tOUTTI1AT GOLD IS CALIFORNIA ? as these go over ; fur ft; "lidin .4 pf'opteUH)
ARTHUR who ,
contributes IOCVMJ'NO..
I !
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IF'.1.
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lilt jl'r: i 1. N. H I'f \\' ul lh"( !option! U of the COMMISSION MERCHANTS, above Periodical. are reprinted in New illustrative t of Croc'ine's Sketches of Arntricni! TIt:" a considerable area in Northern California iho 5f who cultivate neives iheir i is no room

,!', lrr..trl"SiT-! PiJ. 'nlefs
.r'ITlP\OT.\ ---0ie' (twi' te tnC'l _)?c 0 I Apalachicola, Fa. steamers, in a beautiful clear type,' on line whije, We intend merely togive a Ilf tic( cf our intentions in virgin gold, no sensible nitw now pretends have been l nrty{! USPO* in the i';ihroal

\:y.aftOl'D. o- N. J. paper and are f faithful copies of the original; for next !leaving i to ethers Inng advertisement nf trade but
m-rld Deblois. year t h to do II hi. There is no longer a sir:: ways are still "<
I )theLt. sub ie- BLACKWOOD'fAGAZI F. being an exact foesimile *-"hill'\ of sound and ,i lriif in and'
fury
.'iM tir "nl Fifty CentIor every COMMISSION. AND FORWARDING of 1 the Edinburgh i ed i 1 ion.: I nothing.i ilow of excuse (for aliecting to believe t lie not afraid! tn wield n spade Ur'pi.rit

i jnpr1iofl. MERCHANT, '- accounts f.duilous, nor I the product mica mittock go over also it'Ifiry can: fiutJ
"f-p"t They embrace the views of tho three
liberalntum great t AgrceiHy to the cli of Ia5t the !
p
; bth a No. \Vater-sJreet pr 'yE'ar, piv
'Verti.e year ,
1o .I lH? "', i in nor anyihitui of the sort. Tint from neans and l leave no fi'milit's! tr.prorifl-if1ilr;
batalladvertisempntsnot Dec 2 Apalachicola. parties England-Tory, Whig i and ad:ct1- li ( b-rna e'their ,lm
.tl ''[v n' 'rtainin? to )1ent own .Il by them, 111 A. N. \fd -\y. N C, ROBBINS. CHAS. PRATT. : the Edinburgh Review" Whig ; and I IVcstminster t"* M.'gi.iiuj.ublihing.; Durii'g' (lie wltille of ij.-! gin anti lulling for gold in I the new pla- 'md comfortablit hold I back annul give I roe; Hrst

M all 'I 1 ZI .th. rti-.n Review'* Radicjl. The "North sear he give more engravings: and rnute leading! cr-r--" from June to September List inclusive chance al the gold region to tho-e win. have
uUtl ut'I'l. A. & Co.
(
I; <-Inr rt at the.iri.. nent3 tnut be paidb fri JIcKay British Hc"ici.i. m ,'-! ol' a religions character, mat nr I than ;.tiy of his contemporaries, and w ill and t ihai,: I lit* average product ot I their 1 labors iis \ et had rip chance 't5t! iritrC. It.: but
; \l! l 1.'xil t COMMISS ON MERCHANTS haviug been ditd Dr. Chalmeis fair
!
-3- originally! by continue todosonevtycar. Those who Milri'if was at |pist one ounce of :-carit gol-{, play. ButV1.wuICu

', ..d..I"e.' ,11 11'oa"iU ? charged f.'r ainouncjinuirjs No. 40 Water- trt't, and now since his death, being conducted by'iis i to GODEY'S LADY'S: BOOK, may do ?o un!!U>r worth fully 6-20. (for each day's f.iithfiil labor. I
1-. I"I\' ,son-in-law. Hania l, associated with Sir D'd'idBrewster that IS Tit : lnT ROI'TE Tn
will
.. D,?? .Amlachicola Fa.Juo. the ussnrajice! they receive more for C.\I.I-
I r. certain and the !
are
.
I. ,' II" ) I very ; t product man
,
I '' I I per
I -. I I tj.tflrPS Its literary character is of the ver f heir money ill the M'jg.r/.ino alcnp, tm{ bv -;n-: EoIxI I .'
\ l 11 I : ,ri.: n' ,to fr.-n a : inns S. t.n1c.ill"'on. highest order. ; was rather i increasing h than diminishinc i ;!t
r reference : serihing to any otl'errk' To thinc'! ',!rdan Thi I < H not \Yerrl''. If
racily
itn \ I.a.-a-
or: city
nu
I 11't t 1P. ( 'ij I the litest ditrs. the !
I '! 1 ATCT1ON AND COMMISSION MERCHANT ; partly; \ discovery of
I" PRICES FOR ISIS, (If SUBSCRIBED FOR EACI.Y.;) :" .'1',' i I 1.'r'i'law No. 2 NEWSPAPEK i richer deposits, but more sensibly U"tlJP I ;passage
Columhu Block which
For one the four Reviews 3 rQr.t'-f1'I in oie steamship from I*
-- any $ per annum. ; nauvi to Ran Kianrisco.
'- -- -' Fa. For month nearly, if not quite ?s much retr'g m-rI-! I invention pnrcha.se and mamiTaciiire of
Apalachicola, any two, do. j" don't think ol an other
Dicrct3i-L For an"' three do. 7" ter as the otlu-r mont!nlic', making fnr $?, I the more suitable implements.., rendering .> way. Hut the
55 Advances mn -- c.-my
-- For all 'lour of the Reviews. S amuiint of reading of two maazines a ninni Ii. the labor employed! far more effective titan
l ;02 ISIS. vim
qUlrri ), are coins, ai'd to run down Panama
IV II. !:. 1'ortcp &, Co. For Blackwood's Magazine! 3" THEHR ARE rECU-iAninrs about Gulp's: l.;>- at first. Hut In
D. B. WOOD diV Book for the ladies th- t no other M.i-4; :iiej0st'se. and! he oblL--tJ m w.ui; tfr!: *> fur months, i ih is
," T,' .'%. k i*.* I) tM.liSIOM' 1 ., For Blackwood and 3 Reviews: 9 "
1 j',. \ "l: J\: ,*";'H'. l\"TS. COMMISSION ME It CHANT Blackwood and the.:1 Reviews, 10,00 ". There is.1'';/- lfint snd Li;10 Ei-: (.-TV ILL TIn GOLD CONTINCF. ACt'SPA'ST ? mdly advisil. '!'hr two land routes

gr'in; :; in each number h'ti;r by fhe h -' TrM:; <. \\', ihhik it will not to the cmtent Iittltrrtorealised tllruueb our 00\n 1f'lfior.-f\PI" I fy iSIzsnurj
X.t11 \\r rtfrri ttAI-"'.''', 24 \J.t er.!t., Payments to be made in all casts in advance ,
.\ ." ; .1..HI" \. r.. ., In itddition to I these, there ere irivcn rv "fitly but that il will to a very considerable ant! the South I P.iss of tlu' Hoi\ l.y .\!utsii-
I i1)) N.JV 1-5 Apnhchienla, Fa.Tuos. PREMIUMS, what no other naazne gi'Na'Col..rrp. \:*'\;- found hans, amid! he other I. S '
That t'.rul
exiPtM.: gold is over a : ) .1 ti J iheivcr '
--l' N\7n -eq II 'n 'tTl", 'II.T.. Ur.ots! 11. AUSTIN. \\M- il. LONG.A ion Plate, with a tnil ues'-ription This kiui'eit : very Glla-arp
of lae"Olut:1C3 of
the
Consisting following l .
< It'tf.IHloi.
j large area i I: true, but that it i is every tvhere ti! nor \VUr'f '
Sl 1.- a. i Go r.ther! rk.s! 0
aU-iii?, : :1 peculiar to ey. as no w : r'tt-m '
I.' !O .I ,\1 i S-i; 1 .) N"M E tt C il A X TS, !ssfis ct LOI;, valuable H'ntlE'v''fil"'iz! : every tnoplh and coloredThen there are C4p, [ so plontiUil! i: as in i lie neighborhood of C;'pt. 'jerils and cxrm'd: lo prhi'Uo: :* ; Yf" 'lto ff

COMMISSION MERCHANTS Miscellany.: Suiter's settlement where (this discovery who start e lrtn.n mo *tea! :.ad l'r01itlf'tf.
X..tV'.l!tar o\t.P..t 11 -- The Metropolitan \Magazine.. fnnnt', Chemisettes, E';tru'nism for !F/-I- "
,.'I'1 1._> A >.Ii 'tirola.: Ha.f No. 43 Water-street, The Dublin I University Magazine.Black imps, with Engravings. The L'dis'Vork Table i was first made, we distrust. The accounts will go IirrItighr this w,}y ; .rn!! for |"i-i

Nov II At>al.icliieoli, Fa. wood's Magazine.The with (IeSgn! t'.r: knitting, netting, crr.dl.'I: | f.ivor it, but an.dosy i is rather :igain it. who start f4'm p*>ints 1Vt'h.. AUfglrany. [ -

i4 J;. i11.; : .t Y'Ug. __ London, I the Edinburgh, t the Foreign and all other i kinds of work. Patter; i'>-rSmo j True, the: Russian gold mines in tie Ural .. these : ff" J'YI, ):tIAJ is nhd rfltnt' n.

I \f f :.11 S > I ii:V c a in'i f N u r il s.tvj N. AUDI X GM Co:[::si< ion asjfl Auction IRoetn, Quarterly, and t the \Vest in i ier Reri ews. ins Caps, Chair Cr'errir.dmy C>!rt.if. s, Mountains remain i as productive t ns ever after anYun can choovp I>f twe-n ihf m on the
:
f : c1.; : \lt'r .I tt f'd, EUFAULA, ALAP.AMA, Any vie subset! i ibing to Blackwood, er l In ona IVO\lf\V, Pnr-es Bass l.r., &'. Health andBeantv several gears' efticienl working and lliPt-e esiimony of those mihar with them after

.. b ) .'::1 '1 nv of the Reviews, at A J a\'ar, or to any two of with Knscravia Mc.del 1 C'ttasfc, with are in a region I h)' no mean so new ;o civilization you have passed 't. Louis, ami) there will

-p---- the Periodicals at :">, will receive, gratis(i one ground plan?, and other eriravirt s, always illustrative as tile interior of California. Usually he no lack of guides.:
J. B. STARR & Co. of useful. Music -
dIrF .1 ..O2Ut -, mcthinp be.niorollv:
volume ol of t the above named. For
any premiums ) however the first frtfiis of our ov.n line
parr tvrp
C ) M I M1tO.N MEllCHAXTS 1 Wi. hdvin: received .\ lull share of the patro- A subscriber to s'iv: I ihrne of I he Periodicals at printed on tinted p.iper, which may) he taken out a newlydiscovered l efre1..rch) starfius now
"1.,, from the Merchants of lasts and ho nd. Colored Modern Ccttrges and C..l1't.tll! or n.wlmrl.ell gf.ld! region are or and were not sure nf ;i
ApalaHiicola
nasp S7 to the Four Reviews will
a-year, or rst t ;->, r*
'f'tJl.. ,1, Flower PJeces These lll"xlra the riches:, and I lie sanguine lertlt in the :tpaioxhip, ; from Panama tr Son
.1 far 'as: tI, will feel 1 thankful! for the same in our line ceive two premium volumes as a loA \ e. ._ ocoionally. are : expectations
;; \ \S'rrf '. iStjt \\ : COMPANY.X <. l ha..illt''s t'' e coining wintf'r.I subscriber to Bbckwood ti.rr-e Peviev.-s, in Godey, ant to be found"in nu ether JM.. ;y. ue. (ormcd ;at the outset are not justified by the Francisco should probaMy take! ?I1iV 10

t.' Cft' ", .'irt, 1"J', ,I E'I: itila. Ala..Nov.'lJ, 1 IMS._rtf at $9 a' 'ear, or to the Film Reviews; anti Blackwood These were all given lat t year, 1H\\ will r-, co:> t'xpr'ripl'lcc' : nf follo'.ving years. The unpaalleled Vera Crozarul ;henct lrnv/1 over laiid' by

Nti. "u A'alcr strict, I i ?: nri::Jn Aiscliei and Couunis- at $10, will leceive three pr.miutll01- I tinucd. addition shall hare in e\'r-,. No., rush of adventurers to California way of 3Iexicf (city) to l:,arm: or some

i ji .. J .) -.aUrhtcola' F.-. J sion CFoiisf, um<:'. one Of"CROOMfl' will also operate against: the rtaliz-ition of point on the Pu-ifc cca .
:. 1'T.'J C. H. 11.U'I'o BY $3 please be particular in l1ami"flIe; 1)1'e. ChARACTERISTICS? SKETCHES AMERICAN" xtraordinary: profits individually, by speed- could be procured ; and it such wrie not to

.t "c 23 a!Sou, mi urn? de,*>ind lfwltlip corf's Fu'jvcrib
<:
< I :; :- :Xj 42 .V d..r sJ vot.-' lT(: ST.urs. fir the pitronn p hitherto received Four copies of any or all of the above works every No. I by a Story from the powerful! pen "f T. orted to ; while the cost of 1111 t he necessaies With Iwo 01 three hundred! Mpxican dollar -

-.f\ :') -l H .' .1 ci'cot. F.". iV'.m the! Merchants of Aj'alachicola he would will he sent ''o ; adores* on priyrt.ent; of the S. A'thur, K:''i- of lile must remain very high, nut only (sold will piss at a pinch: a- yet.) we Leheve -

\ ..\ \ 4'Vi., :,. .V.i \. .lc1i"Be..i ,.: M..rf'r.ly! -;tlirit, a con'mmnce' of their hvirs.Emaul regular subscription. Icr three-the fourth coy '. THE CHANGE* OF FASHION," h\- reason of I the :reat demand for liiem, and the trip in b'an Tranri-i-o couM be

: J: r.a. Zii. I '; Ala., O"I. 27, 1 !I. .J-2-s I being gr'iJis.! !lnstral"d!! hv Fay Robinson, Esq This series tile distance l whence irmle over this route in :
I a good ; of t them sixiy or ilavs *.
S ___ ___ ____ ._ // be } part severity
4. ) \\lin, J.; ,1 a.tAXT ; u -;:5-: vprrmium* ?"' *" 11 i'grre tie .
will !be \*Ti'lter'i ti''I ".* to I Ihe !I.Hlif' he but of ,1tfd not unpleasantly.' Ku, Ir ihin
tinst brought because the
.t.tl t
X i. n iVaU-r sr'd! : 3jrafcfoiiiE( Xotitti.1 above alloirnnrf i.l wnde tn cfiibf, nor will fivemiurns TIlE/.'j PL1C'\ LITY or THE! I'TNEARTS : grr; twenty
,' of the and! nor more than eighty shootil! irav,-I(
L' I'ul'y retaining thus ioglher
i/. \.J.\.u..'I i-i ?nv rse {rj fnrnisUed u.ib-s 1 the rubst"iitiori seamen
II. I. 1ra ,_... i TO DOMESTIC U.-EV
. -. -._.--- -- -. -- -- --. less than
- bririn2 the vesselin t twenty would "I'esnft
| t i i.- paid in full to ihe ptiulL-Jicrx, without away which. supplies not ; more
Is a-m'hrr .f l-1ririn
t*. A. J.? ? C.21i'r. .s'riec! ?! stoun pr4ari-;
\. t V-N\LK AXJ a,: aiL: O OCEn, .; \--1 L SYDNEY} (iRFJL311)l \I ). recourse to an ti tiit., I ion alai will I bo publ i'h.xl Im! in! te! y -.r. ire ir.in?>;portcd thu her. \Ve presume. i hue- than ..it.duwouft often find! the entertainment -
ore, t that cold digging in 1:49, though still fur man and l beast sornfwliat ineare.
..- slr ij t. U.LiUlly, be f'-und his reside'ice EREjCOPIE3.. COTTAGEFURNITURE.!
i'j 'a.I.nt ,< iif nt:1i :. j'y at : corner 01{
: t ,t,. t I. ::::1 "tU1't' Celt1'aad: hIii streets, oppi ile the Mansion A lale arrangement with the British publishers lEaving criveri; so mary Model Cottages we iiifTid very profi'ahle! will in the average be less so They must co prejard to purchasp | ;irdy

Xd. 4:1: V4k.i :t'e11 H..u .. Nov S. of nLj'! 11lCttflhTtetiCC tlte pubiicjih>n of Ctiti.i!i I'FI111ill'IL'a hm iu 1?-!8. horses or mules either at Wn; Cruz; or f lr-*

V: .\' J 11 1 .- '..It.l'i"\l1\: .,. ___ ._._u_ __ __ sheets! oi;'olld'sa'Ziit'that work[ by!which spcureto we shall t us b'c.iilv ableto very necessary append.* ID a We are not forgetting that the mines I her west. ;,s speed on one ham! or ,-'unom!

... W. G. 31. F>t tATP ivis, Cot Je.. whence these diluvial liehes on the other -hall dictate. One
live in
.
more
lV ;If i'. 1.. ... plact- the! entire l1n b..r in t the hands of subscribers process question -
1rAIL ,mEV AND Cb'N.SELL01l AT LAW, beloreany port ion of il can reprinted) RELIGION AND HISTORY. or time been washed to the valleys and ravines is often asked us :

-\fFlIt\-j\ :LV.-t.t'\L. ...'..!; .1i 1.jcNk!! :-i., PAINTS, Ors hi< services to the public in either of the in any of the American Journals. For this and I and Our Welch superior Arli-ts: Walters.l'd Tucker, Pens, yet remain to be discovered ; but VII.'-WK1TVILL CONGRESS HO
ot
it-1 t
are now 'n nnon a plate ABOUT THEWe
v a ';. \;r. \ \, :.r.&e.. above capacities. other advantages secured to our subsciiber3, wtpiy illustrative (If the--e two subjects.. hough l; they will doubtless long defer the J.0'3 ? ,

:\1. t- \ ir.iI t.'nt11.lf of ''t.ttiiery. lie will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal- so l.irg- a consideration, tnt we may be OUR MUSIC. exhaustion, t of the California gold region,

Ir. .1: O ,".'Hut al.d Wateri ,dr'A.t ., hiiun an.l JacksonCii-cuit Courts-and will, upon compelled to raise the price of the Magazine. t fur or'jiml ar.d hey ran hardly he expected to increase or can only give our own opinion on
Prepnrr-d expressly us-mosfly
\ -n1;! I if 1 .i.aehiro1; F.. a SM; (-CI'I! retainer act js Counsel!, in any Court Therefore repeat ,*lscribe early ic/.ile the beautifully printed, hos long commanded a dccidfd -ven, sustain its productiveness. know this JJt'aci.Ve believe it will aulhori/.r tire
---- of thf Mid; He tlr Wesimi Circuit. He \\illalso l price it foic. Executive neither to sell nor Ie;,;e then at
i actual mines of
cf which
;preference OVPI that any otner Magazine.! no any sort will return -
ne 1.1.1 lia SaHcl' Remittances n 1 d cominnnitini' should be the
arjiu'iM.st s :n the Court of Appeals at Tallahas- It is li-ittsro in The POll'. iloliars ; present session, but Ieavt- 'n'r.I<( -r.c
I'l rt \I1 i-.1 i J X iJ J B il C U A N T, always addresspd. post-nud; rr !r. inked! to t the a ; twenty ;; per day for the labor re- ',
';'_t>, ; 'iu >.-sions of which, he will always be THE LITERARY CHARACTER[ OF GODEY'S to dig where he pl';,s .*;T'.. 4.1t er sstrw*!-!Tt;) *uirsDc. pr.t ut, nnle.-i prevented by accident. publishers.l LEONARD SCOTT & ('0., qtfmd to work them. trench the rights i of .? ;
LADY BOOK. upon '<
I''' r. p'rlt
1. 1 h 17. Apji.cli: ---:1. : IaI.." liroL" Se teniher S 18lG.
> ,
:
; _. ._ With <-nri writers Miss;; Leslie, Grace fVoenword obtained in the )imposing, a rnorJ(ra'- *"- 110 ih- enr're pro-
--- --- gold California during i next
-
.1. C. .t1'i A. G. scmiucs W. G. Sirrni", Mr EMet T. S. AitliRr n ; ceeds-r.s.y; j j'1.., be t .ml af the
ais-.l I
Oil CluUI'- Cnrpo;s, and flollahthr! I h .
t 'to
Mrs K. Oak-es Sm :' Mrs. J. C. N. 1, II. T. year many years mint in C.
WTh'jlcsi li' Jind Ht'ttil1J"alprn; ; ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1. ) .1"I! "'htr! Congr
w4,1Lm.
PCS Oil Cloth, and 2 yards wide ; -
UllUlo( PU NTs OIL 15 1. ; Tuckrrinan I II. W. Herbert &r. Ihe author! .t! Ctflut'. The question nct in order J would ,
AieiJlClXK-5 I 03Office, -Yo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building, 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; : ( be ss ni.\ ', .r n' rvne. on penalty of
GLASS I3CI1t&c.&c. the Widow Bedott l'r -fisor Fro L'rg- seem to -
t. Bryitit,
car. of Centre & Commercestreets.novr 2 Stair confiscation; ;to br:. \hs: goM dug nn public
atrH, fellow, Holmes-and a host of others-Kiti-t al
Apalachicola, Fla. 10 Tufted Rugs, HI'HUT OnSTACLKS AND PRAWCACKS lands lo the mint, a.ci: flir
.1 "r.rroF J" T'IIH'I't i.f Like: the lead in literary merit. receive ir. cash in
C ;:)' ; ;, nt.cts rATaNflhiV, x c &c. s n n it; For ale hyVf. G. PORTER & CO. wavs* TERMS! : AUK TO Kn ENCOUNTERED EY SEEKERSFOR hand, nine-tenths ;the quantity of coined

c I r ol. t.h'S.IUI :: (;omflrcktrPet:. and Macahoy, in bottles and blad- Dec 30) .11 Water street. For Three Dollar, '\n will-send the L'idv's IT 1 gold. We think ii. \ill either do ihis or do
.
I",1 !Ijc1iico1ei1 r d. I SCOTCH received and for sale by Lnicel Book, containing more reading than any otlnr V/e have already spoken of the high prices nothing.. ,

U. S. 5 .i\ioy! Feb 17 II F ABELL.IVrry and Thumb Lancets( just received monthly, and the LadyDollar Newspaper published of the necessaries and comforts of life \\ t" trust this wit! excuse us from t n-.no ring -

\\C rRXn: 0\I\r: ;::OX ?MERCHANT, Killer i--; SPRING sale by : twice a month, which ciiUnif..
)(). 2 'Y.h'l' 'r't. Davis's I'aiii Feb 21 H F ABELL.Pmiaccn. as any of' the M periodic-! the d.i\- ,the gains so sanguinely counted on. It will -- --- .
"ORxjle'by) J ALLEN. makiTig three in n.onth if the
publications one : rr
Di'r .1 AMlachicola| r..tv1bY ii cost from S-.2UO to S-JOO, with from fifty to I NOBILITY lur.npF.-On the continent -
.
'V 1-- subscriber the s-b-ruiiii
prefers following ; engravings -
_ one hundred and fifty days to reach the I of Europe titles nobility! derend to
& HOUCK'S( Panacea, just received to the Lad\'s Dollar Ke\\ I'apP'Ilthntl( h '
A; Tosics, Lemon SWAIM from this and" 'all I the children. This leads
when
GltOC llCII.\XT Syrup.IB sale by we would not advise it, as engravii-gs cannot be gold region ; quarter, to seine in-
itS i COMMISSION 1 ;
:X ot.. Urdir:iri.. J RAY'S superior Lemon S'rupju t recened Feb 17 H F ABP.LL.: sent through the mail without being crushed or I there I t transportation, food', ?cc., must I inevitably stancfof rank beinj possessed! by ;p"p-ons

1 IVc.: A L4fh1.i3.iZlx J3'. ""?' : lor sale by creased,) we will send the l'allti1t11phtp containing he very dear. Manufactures; implements. in menial (rmpl\ inn ni. for famifn-.s must
.. _ Caps by the J..I\\ tor cash by
-- '; Feb 17 II F ABELL. HATS B. ELLISON & CO.Der the portraits <'I.! Harriet Newell F.nnyF & ., will he cheapened by I he arrival live inspire of the disgracp of nobility having

. T.i.i.rx WII.UAM A.Vt tCOMMISSION jU. IYc\v ubliraions. '.I. Cor. \\rat.r .iiid Ciirit! f st.Drtg4 (;re ter, I\Irs.[ Stewart, lrs. Ann H. ..TiuisojianR of the vast t quantities i now on the way I tn w irk for a liveii'MHuL: Ju the" town

Elli! ';!n \ CHANTS Co., 200OLtJMES just rcceld, and for sale .- Mrs. E. B. DwighJ!, u.4-t< Ire) \r1ittt'of'hdtWc'pinl I thither I but t i thrse mu>-till I he sold high. to Lot !Icrklcnbcr! Srhwcjin. in (Jermnr.y
: MI 1 I II: '
and Rlcdicincs. Jeru-sah-tn, The cf the
over Opening afVord fair their ners.Ve I il.hahi la nl is nohlp born ;
,' ; a profit to flb every ( .
AMI nr r.r. i\ \rppr our.Al
F. ABELL. hn-j jn.,t received In.in New Sepulchre, Deliverance of' St. IVtrr. and The I
:.mY ISOLDS! (;toctnnAHn;; : : \\'AnE, Nov IL T11J'Ib'Iiht r appieh ud that those who but half work. or I the inn tiC rIe place the land.'ord': is a
TIX brig Virginia: a t.sqe and tivsb! Rebuke. If preferred to the NewapM; or j>latt( <.
\VA fl E HATS
HOOTS. :I II0E 1 .
CAPS,,CKUCK t111iIP; Soaps.A stock of Drugs and Medicine?, and nil .rtk'lcs we will send Miss[ Lo.-lie's' Novel of Aim lia, and: fear towel I Iheir feet, or try to acquire wealth I Count, the landlady a C riinu-s.s, and the

CHANDLHIIV LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps, ju>t usually kept in his line, lo which he would respecttully any three of Mrs. Gr y's or Miss Pickerunt' pi- without} work, will. as a geneial rule, be ostler young Counts. A Lite iravelU-r says:

Cor. Water and Chestnut Ft?. received, and tor sale by call the attention of his lrietid-.and pillar[ novels. (found as poor in California; when the golden wealthy English im-n-hant. capnvalcd!

_Dec_9 Apilachicola FA. Dec 0_II F ABELL. the public generally.Nov For Five Dollars we will send twa copies of flood shall have; ebbed, as any where else in with the s-cenrrt. as :lie irtvilcd: ( through

CHAS. P. M'CALI.A. GLSTAVE HOMAIN. S EIDLITZ, Yeast arid Soda Powders i of the 4 II F ABELL.Seeds the Lady's Book, and a set of the plated tt. each I the world. Those who drive hard at the bought an e>fat? on il f:.> {fa iki- near hy u.d

?I'Calla & Remain, best quality, for sale by subscriber.For work fearing nothing sparing themselves in came tine to rcsiile. He ".' irxelli;fnt
Seeds Seeds !
COM II I S S r O N M E U C H A N T S, July 17 _______, J.. C .ALLEN.Dr. (-1 ARDEN Seed just received, and for :.11" by the Ladv's Ten Book Dollars, and we a will to send the live copies; sending of nothing, will generally have realized a competence and well cducati-d! (but he had no f.miily coal;

>V 9 Columbus Block Woodruff's Alltibillious Vegetable 'jT Nor 4 H F ARKLL. the Club, and a set of copy pl.ites to each person ; while those who unite scheming of arms. The entire poputai '>n flf.li; l ItHln

Nov. IS Apalacbicola Life Pills, For Twenty Dollars, eleven copies:
fI ." Potash. straight-forward in digging--will, visit him, and *-V"MI the! village I,;irbf who
energy
and r.
of
each and
n clcr\tcod & Cal?", T'ORsaleby I-ttS. received and for sale by a set Plaes to subscriber, a copy
just
.
TAILORS _U Feb 8 J ALLEN. 2000 Nov 4 H F ABEL1.Coiir'ess of the Bwk to the person sendi'ig I the Club. especially; if they commence with means and was a iiaron would not! rninize him i in

; For One Dollar we will send the Tach'.' Cook are fortunate, realize: immense fortunes. But the street, and 1 only kn-vv his name when in

*ULTZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST. I -iF1ii.' ; Tackcl. Spring; Water, 4 months, and for 2% cents any one No. I'ohge the act of performance; on his chin." This

'. Apalachicola, Fa. A GOOD assortment just received and for sale JUST received, and lor sale by to be paid on all orders. IV.-IS TilE COUNTRY HEALTHY ?! is but a specimen of oilit-r (I'lanlitit'f'

ft-All criers allended to with\ punctuality by J C ALLEN. 11 J. C. ALLEN. Address, L. A. GOHF.V, For the temperate and prudent we believe Europe. The nobN-s of I Uun .irv rmounltn

\despatch. Jan. 20 Iec9 Dysciitary Cordial.DD. 113 Chestnut street, Philaih.Wjjh il is ; for the dissipated and reckless we 1G-J-1U5. The nobles of the riiy of Milan
School lioolts. $ any newspaper giving the above a lew know region that i is safe. Doubtless
no
alone amount tl .8.j!. I In Itithi. ,
WOODRUFF'S Coidial a puhilkbed
Dysentary jn"t
j
:'. X. Scott A Brother, LARGE assortment ol School Books just insertions we will cxchanie.lUustal'd..
there is much to the elements to
A received and for sale by exposure census showed tho nobles of Pru.sii lo
t. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS: IXnRY received' and for sale by Dec 9 H F ABELL. be encountered in a region where habitations amount to JOW.OOO. Hank on the ronlinent.'

GOODS. CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES Dec t| _J. C. ALLEN. A SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, in are few as wretched and the arts of life therefore, i is a diliVreut ihing from rank in
HATS, &c Pcrc ussfoii Caps Lost, tin boxes, for sale by
O almost unknown. Bur the climate is temperate En larJ. which .
is all all tilt
Cor. Water and Centre-streets country r mo t
I Wednesday last, on Water street, a MASONIC April 27 II F ABELL.M .
Pec 23 ; sale by O. and equable, the waters sweet and aristocratic the rii'd.; Itullelin.
;\ Apalacbicola) Fa. Fon' 9 J ALLEN.. BREAST-PIN, ErumH.'tThe\ on globe.-
: OFFATS LIFE PILLS AND PHCENIX rapid, and the mountain breezes dispel any
.V5. W. finder will be liberally rewarded by returning the
SIM* WM. W. CHEEVER
Vermifuge.IN'ER'S fair for fevers \Ve believe .
to W. A. WOOD. BITTERS, just received and for sale by excuse men
Sims same Extract of a letter, dated New Orleans
& Chec' er, Canadian Vermllu (, for sale )by Nov 23 throughout ,
? Dec. 2, ISIS. If. F. ABELL Iruj i t.H from this quarter may dig
COMMISSION W Dec. 2:2
MERCHANTS, H F ABELL. :
Feb 17 .the wiih changing from the
impunity; -
Office No. 36 Water strret. I oiio.. rushes. year Every thing here is unusually dull, the.
the winter
dec23 ApalacUicola.Fla. Storage, Lotion just received, :and for = AIR, Hat, Clothes- Teelh.Nail and Shaving river bottoms to the hills as or Cholera has pr( !!nerd aI't'rf..c' panic. I
Proof Store No. 24 Water street, by GRANVILVS Brushes, for sale by rainy reason comes on, and using reasonable should lhat
least
J. II. V J. '. huh, INFire y. D. B. WOOD. Feb 24 If F ABELL. precaution to avoid needless exposure jtlllgc at 25.000! persons
DecO J ALLEN.. have left in the
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANT.;, _. .__u____._ __ unwholesome food, &c. Hut course of the last week"
No. 43 Water street, Saddlery, &c. Chloride of Soda, Coiiyress> Wafer. about 100 die in the course of twenty-four

:_Dee 12 APALACHICOLA, FA SADDLESot'arlOUS )patterns and qualities, received and for sale by JUST: received fresh, and for sale by WHO.SHOULP. GO TO CALIFORNIA ? I hours. .

bits, JUST- 9 J C ALLEN I 8 H (F ABELL.D Not those who are well employed here,

Roberts Allen & Co., Saddle Bags, and have families thai need their care and The
{ JAY N'E. celebrated Medicines Cholera New
DEALERS IN HARDWARE Martingales and Whips, for sale by Guitars and Violins, Family at York, according to
AND SHIP received and for sale Not the wealthy who h.ive already the .
ju Health
CHANDLERY. IRON, WAI. G. PORTER & Co. sale by by protection. Officer's report made to the Mayor -
STEEL NAILS
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS, Dec 30 41 Water street. FOR 9 J ALLEN.. Oc t J C ALLEN. their share' of tills world's goods ; let oil the,24th nit., is on the drcline. Hut

And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop- School Books, S-mi II. Fresh Y*>st Powders, these take venture if they will in supplying one new case occurring at the Marine Hospital
'
'Va bladder for sale 1UST rE'c"eived. and for sale proper outfits for industrious, and reli- ,and one death hat No
\ SnoWin
,,"v per res. ?OR sale by by by I day. new cases
Dee- 24 A rata hico1ai Fa. L':' Fel 17' 11 F ABEtI.f. ,. SCOTCH. H. I.". ABELL I I Dec 0 119, ALLEN. ably upright men, ?nd) in subsisting the in the citt. -

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The Tendency of the Slavery Agitation. mile, or $180,000 cost of in the the work aggregate.is lOOO !,e COjt\I\ RUJ1L -AIIVEIII1ISER.' I carries dismay! to the hearts of the enemy Joya, ou the Rio Grande,'630-or, at the change its policy io this region 1" or ev

f but t its havoc in their ranks is disproportioned utmost 680-miles : La eo
Many years .1i0. Maryland: and Virginia I!! .. Joys being near so to modify the law to exempt the
tit.
talked ai fieely Hrnuckdoes A Ilolel ivaiited at Panama. ------- -- -. --- ----- ------- to the fear which it the hope the usual of a
as ( now. ;IIIIIIU'dc"sill j j ---- inspires or place departure on the Rio of Apalachicola from its 1 "

:( ways and] means fur thi tibnliiinnof The fulluwing extract from the journal of APALACrilCOLA, THURSDAY, JAN U which operation
I 1849. it encourages. I is the noiseless j Grande for Calfotnia, >y the route of the The policy of the slate '
slavery! wiihm their respective meies .+nd Capt. Basil Hall, is interesting at this time. = the I w to prevent free
steel which wins ihe battle. Give us | Gila River. This is one of the from
'bounds. The I projected negroes having
fanatics ol the North comrnonicaiio
!
however
,
were determined to Panama i is likely to be the ;great thoroughfare I I'' {xThies following gentlemen are authorized slow and firm heavy-armed.infantry, before great Railroad routes to the Pacific, and and thereby with
carry on their t slay(
corrupting our
schemes at such a headlong: raie; licit it be. between the! Atlantic* and Pacific, and .Agents for the COMMERCIAL:i: ADVERTlEBand wit '; t the| light dngnon.Ii has, incf'ed. the merit of being one of the I seems io me that tins aod it
and receipt for ,HHcj wouIt l
came necessary for the slave Slates to fall 1.I i is almost ('ftplelec! a !splendid Hotel. |! fettin' ubscriptions, or advtfftisements would have gratified us could Gen. | shortest routes.'\'orll, American. fficirmljrcarried ore
-
: out
bj the
back on their reserved rights! as a measure; ofselfUefencc WhoeiPi ;gets; the railroad job, should pur- W.M. Morton have tivtI'seti the Slate in his capacity -- means (ini 1'd'
I W.CIIEEVKREsq.AlbanyGa. out the
; and thus their purpos; ?, or the rhasethis Major! JACK Absolutely pure gold is 24 carats. The by cOlmitlee than bj the
building;; finish: it, and fit it up in IIARDMAN. EufdulaAla. Elector during ihe late campaign preset
l law.
(purpose! or such: of them as hat! I JAS. J. .
contemplated OI.IVr. gold coin of England i is ati alloy of It
lalahaste.la. parts
the subject of abolition good style(: Such was his intention-but the Illness of 1 To
was effectually: ----- use the Ltotf
------ --- gold and 1 One Ib. i is R nt'ert's; '
retarded-the good they would have: done The finest 1 ruin at I Panama i is that of the 1------- r his lady-whose life was for i long lime In copper. Troy now as an I l.

.themselves, they could not. It was not, ast60U.le J j>sli.s' College, a (huge;. and beautiful edifice EJitorial Change. peril-retained him home. No one with coined into 46 29 40 sovereigns. Our gold j lustration would it not be bluer to keep him
I
which however was finished The Floridian has passed inlo the handsof coins contain I'l and caged rather than io lead him
suppose, a matter ul'spite' it was a n.\.tr ; parts'prtre gold, 1 of: through the
for the
a of civilized
measure of necessity-an act ol "self- .security yet the MiehndiuU interest whic.h: it inspires i I.hrr I>. Milton, Esq., late of the | proper regard requirements alloy'composed of silver and copper. Our 'j I streets. even under the care of keepers, td

against; impending d.m er. There is no i is Mllier .wftt'nle.lllan diminished by that Southern Journal, and A. E. Maxwell, E q.Secrelary life, could wish lo see dnmefir'clulipssacrifced eagle contains l 270 grains of standard gold pin him in another rage ?

doubt, however, that with all Linger circll lalcc.: Ifr i rtnl us not otily of I of on the altar of politics. j*
removed lcs State by whom it will in futue 'fl-il'he:Iof So tar as .the
the object at one time the destruction of the order which was from the which 2474 grains are pure gold and 22 jpnlnlin's opinions in re-
Irankly proposed JH'at l carrying standard+ of
be
founded it, but also{ of total ofSjimi..h p edited We wish them all imaginable prvlnltc Bard to the '
( and! openly discussed, has become decay Whig the alloy. con.stinjiionalitj 0( lie, |la's
inciplcs to remotest Confines of
and which pecuniary success in their undertaking. |f and his for
more difficult than it wilts then and in uclmore i ; : taste wtdlh. aecompanied reasons those oppinioos are '

sensitive to the touch. that strut The cnl"ge! i is a large! They] are both: gentlemen of talents and 1 the Slate, Gen. Morton deeply regrets- For the Commercial Advertiser. I fully agree will him. concerned -

To building, which had been car'c I inasmuch' as he was from 1'IISSft3.liDiTllfis] :
the fact however that the States ;; ,, prevented fiirming
'; : to quarllltaJ (' :}- foemen worthy of our steel, And the object of the
which we refer have been thus retarded in to height of two Sllrs. and waspinbably with whom warfare that acquaintance with the people, and their An article appeared 1 in yotir'paper of 4ih asl communication i it,
he carried l stated
can on ac- ,
their independent action tllI\' be aiiiibuted 1 lo Ilave been slqluunlt't by aIhi..a. ( wants and feelings, which i is t to instant, in which the writer professYs lo !Dimply to rnrrrri erroneous im-

many ol he subsequent} difficulties 1 Itat have The Olalt'llallI'1 : I of the building h', 'i;j ris cording to t the I usages of civilized) nations," him necessary place before the ihe i presainns that may be formed from a perusal

arisen on the; subject of ..lFerv.itu.I much I in a pure alr ; neat cornices: I'I'and lI at whose hands defeat will he honors enable successfully to serve them. We public "argurnents andactions" 'ol his document, with regard
the
with high mouldings, carried around tile trust IIP : be able to visit ) of the Apalachicola Chamber 'of.' to feel.
of the painful anxiety which :.t t this moment! I :Ir' 5 hie.Ve{ are infotmed that; I the Southern may yet every (part ings, arguments, and
agitates: )iltc n.tii.m.; (lad iho) ';:.' :t.nes,.; been work above and) below the windows which I of Florida. Commerce, at a meeting held by them on action of the Cham
Journal l be
is in
left to dispose of i heir own jlrr'sis i: ill this, aie, very numerous, and crossed by (ioihic to merged the Floridian. Of me thing we fan assure all those who the t 2d inst., 'for the purpose of memorializing her .of Commerce at their meeting on the

mailer ill tin a own u t\'. it Is I ir mullions ; the corners: also and the stones JOURNAL. This 2d.. January. .
no means+ rite
: have Legislature
1 had for
the
not
(oH ICplihrspecitef pleasure of an alteration ofj
*HiHjossibe: II. :'\1 ill; 'LuI!, Viigiuii and the "\1 the doors;, are relieved mouldings. informing

District; of Cotu'ikbii: 114',,1.1| |1.\ rhis. time From ('a.1 corner of the buiding.); and from .j i of typographical txeltnce comes to us in i i themselves of Gen. Morton's: character and(j | the act, entitled an act fo prevent the future I 'llNTKRKSTl.NG: "SSIL.-r. Joseph \v.

.luve. ...been neatly; if not! altogether. lite the of each i.e. 111'r projects a 'he ;added beauty of a new dress. It is filled I 1 pas life. Me is a man .san pour et sans migration of free negroes and Ill..I-1 Siniih'rccentfy! presented lo the Museum of

fICHU slavciv. Aod) all: uoi..l: 'h;.v,j I.e.MI !solid square loser resting{ nn arches based I 'with its usual I; litemainly P rary orI'?1nalil t'es. "\ViisI tcprchc"-ufe of nature's noblest works- toes to this Territory." Burlington College, N.J., some fossil bones

done quietly, and no question of .. lights"would i oo the ur; U nd. through I whic.1 carriages'c': 'has! an unique in I So and
teeth of
ever have been involved I in the might Taken as a wllle, it has :a 1 j jcompact Ilstp types hl I hOI.1 Ian. HP is dignified and courteous far as the arguments and action" o f a Megalo.sauros (or Great Liz-

Such, however was nut I the case process. -; efn', massy, and ;graceful appearance, I trifles, Parisian gossip i and-poelrv.A in his deportment, calm, roof), and re the Chamber; of Commerce on this or any aid)) and; ;Mastodon, dug out ot a marl; pit

northern not in effect to that of a (flecting. [Me dazzle other subject is (i near )Iid;" ") in
lanaticism dctcimined to ..ichicve.distinction .Ii..iliilr general ( a meeting of the Chamber of Com may n-1 his compeersof coltcrnfd. it i is fo be presumed ", Mo'rimonihrounly about

upon, the b.'sis; of i t:: own folt_. (its Grr.'ian temple The, though details totally are executed.Iirerelt wilhle.IIWSS in mrrce, held on I the 2d instant, the following, the t Senr.ie by Quixotic projects for the that no member of that Body would I two months slnc e. They were found in an

and upon.ceaseless the COUIIII excitement'. has been ruMiIed$! 1 SlnH'IUJe.and dl'lcacJ. but theie is no (frip. I gentll'menH're elected officers for the ensuing annexation of Cuba, or astonish his party object to their being made public. Butt as interesting I) ilion. It is 'thus described

Th agitation )upon the slavery q.iPflion is i 111.llJOl1 11f cakingand eve I year : and I the public by sweeping condemnations. in this instance both, have been misunderstood by Mr. Smith :

tending very distinctly: to .t deietomiiie.i ; i"sne.and ty part! appeals In contribute lo the grandeur A. N. MeKAY, President. of the Piesident slid the offire-hOlders to a and 'misinterpreted by the \writer of The head.' 'eJeVaipd:' dllul '30 rp t,rPes. Was

the sooner it ariives .at tint; t }point( the of I lie whole.. As the work has been D. DAY, Vice President. ducl\nJ l in the POlomac-\f' do not e'xllec t the communication referred to. and all the I h'Ij\Vf'PI\ aT"rruginoriVsnil. mixed with
better for all concerned. The is carried on to die same height; all aiotind, no .J I(l ,marine shells, :and ;
is>ue not t liC11AS. a sand.'or
to breali'a lance members of marl l
8ii near however, somrrof! our southerncontemporaries t ta pat* of (lie walls i is: higher than the ,test, and,I PRATT Sec. and Treas. with Webster in debate thai body and psuee.iai'y those{ I the remaining p-rl Crp.. buify? ;

although the court is Commitd -but we look, for him to accomplish all{{ who had in rite memorial '!: grUdually ;
: th'ckly any part to the
seem to belie.e. Tlie south a u\prfrwn e on Appeals : descending! info the green si'ld.+l 'al,.sl in i its
has within a t few di\s, m.iml'-sted considerable will trees and shrub t *, arid the Ilal- N. J.] DKBLOIS: J W. T. WOOD, I that{ the people have a right lo expect t. and[1 I Legislature, are held op to (till public as I i hori/+tntall: portion lying in a Isriri'riri; I

feeling and unanimity; i ifl}! ".laii'tn! to (ii be, :. '. with creepers+ and briiiiant) l'IV"IS, the \V.V.. SIMS, i 1 H. SALTER, which good sense, a c'ulivalrc I mind, longexperience I entertaining opinions ."Ivprsf to ;he policy : its whole lergh measuring .sevt'nlt .five (ert,|;.

lire proceedings: tit" (.'. ugn s but we cannot t edifu) e cal 1 I" in stiictness, be ('alcc a ruin, \\'. A. KAIN. in public life, and the influence( of this Slate this I It F* 'lc.r.\'c io 'be the only 'specnru;

feel that. it is i .lit> 'true ground fur ns fo Ial V. since rveiy stone retains' : its original place Committee of Arbitration upon subject as one directly ("unc "n .. AH the 'hune yet
In some districts the town : which his pure and honest heart will acquire mutt T' ste The. Richmond Whig: of Wednesday l.i<:, uf II Palma. R. G. POPTKK: J B F. my to eels I the iVw presented, and! some of the

has a well! tempered .illicit. : ; f'lI the subject; whole slr..I, aie allowed to into neglect B. S. J.LI'A: \\' tounsr.:, \\il allow to be done. Though a resident set 'him riilJ upon several very impojtant r 't.dl. were liken :away hy I'f.fl'' li" h"l

from which: we c.\itai t the fulluiving{ passages : gr.ns; has: grown, ov1 most pans; ul'tll'' J. II. l VU,, 'I'. MITCHKL, of the West, and though urged as a matters stated in his cOIrmlnitiolanllal they '\,-re exbibil) nr ,else t'
ittjd! the 'llh..II
: !pn'IiII. .military woris ;lle rum D. G.. LiA\F.Y. candidate because he ihe same lime pieceun bifig exposed' lo ibe ; The
partly such r.
was to
"Still we regard, lire b'ing'i fist I to .1 f'('a\ Kverv: thing i" i shoit. yet prevent an impression a.., ;
movrmrnt as: i.nwuirll I II'a. itself in>(orru0ah I ly brukrn "
is well: caici laicd: to :gile uneasiness .. tells iJii !same:+ limentd.Ie: ) inry. of former -U.--S.-SctatOr.- .1 he will know no distinction of Ea..t.V tst t, : that might he induced by his remarks, tl>ai I ,b,'f.'r.iliscuveriog itsimpurrain-p.l.y ibeworkman.

in I lilts qiiaiicr.'" and we would' liive) ii met. i inuh.it :ooplll.r, :>n.i of present 11"t\ 1' ,-M;t! ( : by an extract' from Middle, or South, when his. services are the Chamber of Commerce i is in ;ny wayopposed '0,.' the side i-f {i I weirfonnd a !"'w YPtll 'l'ie

we conceive; to "be ibe proper! spin, American{ 1'oc'.rac of Canton Threatened.A t the Sentifirl perc'i\'ce published in claimed by his f..lfJw. citizus.. or when he i lln .the policy of the SI.I. so fIr a s a nal If'11 uf :. .\la..I"tll Ti. allitlldr'. in
Lei ii be ascertained fiiM 1 th-it: C mgicss will! our (utllr.s to- suitable, the \\ l ody uf the MegaloHamns
perceives a of conferdlg preservation of her
wag
in-'tiinfii.iM
pas; a. t bill lo this rjj'ect.; : Mud, linn J.l t the. 11'11 111.1 Canton, uf ill f'III"llt'r. d.'y: I that ( ln. JACKSON MORTON) of Ks- opporlunity dOflslic ,. being a mirirele.. and'
disableeinent! between i beneiit (tl+eui. are the object. tl"t'Ulprp. |>arlicu-
.... iiraies: a : '
| IpOI
south take, uiih.iut p.i i inn-'Mthont p.M 1 gulp! !i c'al.hia.!! was duly elected. Senator in Congress ; ta lv the f'I'V.II,1! position; of! its l.e.nl. war
:uje) -:a ptiMiiuti' Ifuiii which) it \\ .1111111! beiiuive.l I list C'IIIlis..j.'r1+ C.Ilul. and) ill Davi.s, |t The : And fr..t. I would( state thai he'!i" 'mistaken r-ii 'ts th. conclusion *ha the'
on Monday the 1st instant. SUII'hpr. J : thus of the inei-iing i l tilt
the Aoieiicau I thcie. The circiiiiisiances : speaks
I ; :. positron of culm, n-i> < follows To that we the choice of Senator which has been made i
; Tff-iktiutcc, to Mich are a : say rejoice :at selection by "i
\
an '
a'.I um: \ a
.. The IIf'W'f'nor, of' Canton, who af which Iras been the that the constitutional nt.'Itt uf the A 1i'll between I big; Mastodon I 1-nll. suit
'such a law would imply, Let tli''n' I b,- I nono made/ would be merely t to Legislature :
feels a 'tlinnc towaids !for Stale in mak. antnfotrP) the law. a lizard' ur alligator .. .eWnl :
vaporing; -no "*x'rivagau'occupation : '.'- ]iiem.itnre' "e nprrr bearing a I le affiim sentiments already! openly .(' Morton, although a decided whig upon } (five |.. l
of etguers, aidiefnsed. some. inoiilhs a o. I logr expressed I ibis subject! was ever long:" most fornt.sbed
into
: an u"folilUe /U'i tinn and I the of brought question ha'\f ) tilt ; ibegiants
} -no7'V by our actions: \V t' do however consequently I not I man; our choice i 'IIJ" In .
threats. and no btavado.! : ,' srrilrlt is anlirnfoie nt ;:1 ill'I'ic'\) to II. Spanish ;llh.ls.a.+ ; that say. i 1 is, we must i do him the justice sa) more in the Chamber or made. : "i of debatebefore ut tluTse{ (!;is'!'*
in tfif.ri h' and 11. h.is;, connived) to yet into an awwar.1'lla"Il we feel uf the choice which has:1
has
tloahtilly than
;; noTlit fllnt oidmarily led for the high slab to i it. The
occasion to resort! In violent dnu'I ,.. a 1 + : with the Minister uf the Vllc.t been made+ by the Legislature t and f I body composing the Chamber Presents from
!)t1 )!Url", acknowledg which h.1)as) 'hCf'l ('alpii Migh toned! ..milhonorable of Commerce F.r"I.n (inver. menls. or

which, by inhaling!: : the p.issums! uf thosewho .SuitesFor some lime' rile governor refn e in the "'SII of the eIN'li.H the re* I' in his) feelings., genilf-manlv,' and comprises); among its IUPOI- fr"l th- sovereigns fr thinsg'.vPn'melrt.'. ,
lo her. !rd lo (fix a dry lor receiving Mr.I D.lvi. heat both Non liirn and Southern and have mde of late. .
are nppuixl ugly: finally! !ball t to -npt, of what as a Western Editor and courteous in manner. he possesses talents+ men, h"t1 year ti m...\ riti.PII.H .
most, dep' uble:; consi: (,sues? C'S. LCI her,, and when li :.t last appointed one. he lidn l (] j \\- Whig : a I which will render, him, a : usefulrepiesenlalive there were many of the latter present at the / uf >he United :I iii's. In si.me ca-..',
t-tlcct l-er wml and I s \Ilil. that ""llf'I:1 was absent at I Macao. s c.tc'r we conceive I that a due regard practically ih I '
bowever.
calmly fr< deteumne/ to : uf the .f .\oung meeting to. to the rPt It'Irtttf h..Ve ueiI M''k.| iiel.ict
slat.d by j if. and 'bus: titroiciiifi her tycmits in; f. 1).'ci.. as I soon as the iulitalinl lo cuniity and f iruess entiiled iii c State, if nut i verbiilliant debater or Northern rf.fprf'c say nothing: of drat ;;iris Americ-in alto 1.t.i.\.t'* 5115.Ti
the leaf'till the \a.. : lo him, cent! word I that 1 West I to men \111 are slave-holders. am'whose *, uilhoi.l Ilie .'
wrung consequence II JIUU the;'" CIIIVI'c lp expect-a I"prest'nlalivf on ibefloor !showy 'sialp-rrT'in. .11 [Fbuula ould) have .present o>- ieil /CV'uirr'SS.. .
ltr.r.t N. would i wait t (I his excellent' at I Ih+' time appuintcd. of the, Senate \vy!+ > understands. a Indilurt /done soinewh.it IH'Ifr. by ,filling Mr.; West- interests are identified' with tbose of Sinill ('fl.1 t" L,ii ilizfn ,I"l Uniltil

.. Smith flux/ be cartful!, us ic' kn't' ) and llal'loilwlI; delay. butwas her interrsts-which cuit'sse.ii with. another ill.1 !lallc.h Democrat the Stale so far as a residence' of ten or Slides, tint/ .4ll betnrrlrhler/'Irrlding fl y s

tnlr/ ruled., tt Ilkeldt tI pt>sititti as kitunltr rl 1..larct.! Ili. progress 1I I the river I In' h yt} \ fXIH'lalioltre -still she might; have done much fif..t'l years, and the holding: of '>it1 tit trn\l nr prr jit mid r litem. ur nth r ij
winds, and, reached Canton a .1., \ admitted m on sides be property 1/ '"
rnrtjllln; ; nil 'iirnm\taticfs. If sbpfalsp I C'fllrar\: air to just and worse, by electing more objectionablewhig. in its ThosM uho 1 Lave received lbe>
: can make them .
I.kP gnitind, and I "a'teiwaids) letrealfrom l too I.IC Me !:ent an explnnation and f'XIr'.siol n'.IsOlall., and whose consummation can- ." IprrlurJ. so piescnis. without permission uf C'n2r"; .s.

it, it trill; but (l1/II'I/:1 those tt/.o arc uf his regret lo he l governor. (Sen.) nut and, should nut prove. unacceptable* lo Had the policy ff ihe, Stale on this) question ale '11fu'f.u' ;II."s. an I ibe'r ie.l,l r.itr. i it

now pusxifix upon nr Itius.'e have j requesting ihtit :110:111: day mighi be fixed. :an Whig whose love of U. S.J Sciiaior.It or her constitutional riff Jitto I 1 piss and i they m\ tvhete citizenship i is r. qnud,
hope W'.H'" it .hall: \ be ihn : 'I'. I ibis application! an answer was reinrnd I ) justice i i.s paramount ,i enforce' sm-h laws iiiay be claimed by the Staie
every seen ihe I will) be seen. by reference to the Legislative i : been disputed, it i is to ; Government.V'e .
uf su lenttrat{ Mr.J deemed lo I the dictates of selp-h! )
nosi fearful} il".I".1 a Davis a ambitioij.' \ have l t"
)
cons.qoem-cs nny ensue fiomthe i hoped the South ;en reii.iinUd nf these
continued I t r.s,iug{ uf tln. >ui.jei.i.! ii).it it inidmis-ible.: :md: iMmncd it With a That; the n'suof l ibe Senatorial, election proceedings of "\'pslt'nlaIhal- -G'en.JACKSON tl.1 would hare found' by the. arrival at'l'..ton ul a agintSroI fu's.

the. calmer judgmeitt) uf our N-.nIx rn brethren note I C the. following i fm"c} l : I shiill{ ; ) wait a may ihe ardor of new born zeal MORTON, of Escambia county champions enough nmong ihe sons cf her UoM; bVoui- '. studdeif with diiiinond' ( :>. a -

may le.id: th'-m lo r.fleet .\ hat a treasure few day. more fil an apulojy, arid, if that is i I may .all"'n send into their foimer was. on the 2d. ballot, elected, United. Slat.sSflalolo ,"i.l if not amnl1 her aloll..1, suns, to de- t fiom the Sul'iin nf TuikeIo l piesent Mi.

about. I., iltiovv. '., ui'hluld. it remain: (fur nW"11 decide whether I ) 1li..II.lt lie 1 feud. her I 3Iors in of
they are a"\ ) in pir- L [Ion. J. D. \ against: all attacks' on this vital I honor the invention ol ibe 1.1!-
suit "fa mere /fcA'r/r//w//" at lithe In Ilo.I'l'' the I'lyeiIt' piocfod new -vi s who armed t themselves (for( t the) slc'eft Vf'Slc'ul.tn. egmph. Ii l
Morton has i in question then and there, instead of was ent.-red at ihe Cu>toni
to the northward. wll:11 I dothere. ( years pasi. hftn .: influential passing
to : i can: contest t when I louse
('hp italicising! illlllf extra-1 i I i* ours. The Sf'l victory pCI'chei on our I II a in ibai city on VVediies'tv.: and
passages!! so III l aI.ell ate all l| inij/nrtml./ / but The!t Ply motnh and: Picble. (ships I aril, :11ul whoso I peculiar preferences Ilc have member orlle Legislative Councilof the matter over as quietly as it would! seem idea ol Us value m.iv .be lornu it ftiiiu sume

we vetuuie. to submit) iliat will the C'\C''I' of! w.ir., ) now Iii-re. and the Ohio{ line of-' | not been, gratified, it i is but natural to this Territory and lat spring he was from the gentleman's communication I hd fact tbal' the duties, upon; it amount li> IJ'f<)).

lion uf SII1UP'rpttl-I i' propt.siiioos all I tlif I. ; 1'' II' -", ; ih- Dulpliin. 10 gun biig: ; ai.d I af-I| bin that ex.pHI : selected by the C.alltVhi *; oldie West been done in the Chamber of Commerce.The Mr Iorse! must riceivelhe) peiinisMuii of
resolutions of Mr.J (loti. tl!, Somh time Princeton, stranttr..hnrlly +I ; any 'Whig froii the start- Co'figre.ss |tH'
< canuoi c'XI"'CI.-e. truth is, that In'fine this
bear the ibe accept
to at
.. fund imjle means to cufoice ,."' : soldier of the standard of Old Zach, :as the it.lill in question C1 "rf..I.
taken pn'siiuiii. the frivi-
) re.sisiance upon ibe i I<-uo/ in (''u.KJcress. LJuln ..1c.cs.cnr's.1t. of 164.3 and '40-will he driven fiom his electoral candidate of that sect ion. HowNKW only !subject eisc.us..c was the ef 1e3P, as i ciliz-'O; of ibe [Ii.iied I Si atra. [

and "I..sire alt ('on/itJII!";'(s" upon IIAn1Tc or Mr.Mr.Ktts: : --OF- CO. by a failure to obtain lor himself post his he performed that duty, those who have; feel of tile law upon the commerce of this "hf'i lljiis ntlillj'.mliZ, d being. : cili/.en.nl ulno ,. 7

Ihe heails, nl In-r eneones.:'' I u I is trite, I friends o been readers: of the Sentinel teed noi port, and ihs pWfr way to proceed in order fouti'iy. we ; hits leletr.iphic
is fact office now
:a woilhy of note, that out of thuswhne :I which was considered as Ir.IIi. r'al -
and of the first importance) lint the S.uith ni to have l lie f law.so il\-'Ilinn; ttt
he told Me i is devoted (not mod revert
and reel. "ri.1 people
d) as /
iimies are (upon 11111111ments due true Whig alut. )
; to
Ir'nnt ) i is .
should I4 Uc h rightfully : \Vesl"r man. to The bitter
;
MH :a position+ as she jjpt migh?
can + uf ibe ('o-igressional) (Jc-ineterv as can be found in this :as to I Ibe object for which it ;i great puMic benefit, ,,
: by I be believed. State-a man of liberal .I..c was t
\Ve pass-1 |
maintain under all and but 1
/ rirclstII.l.inrrs.: but we I trust feel < suJ'd I that t is too ;great .a i .sacrifice for Mr. Morse;

iniiNt be very caniimi\ thai we do not t Kea (11 cumtdaiuts r the greater which I *>rupuriinn I they, brought died: with either. them by Floiida Whigs are mude of i.obler metal 1- views, of polished manners, and ofsterling cd. and at the same lime lo relieve the community to m.ike for ihe sni.of a SulrSirS Mboch.=

position IIJUMI "a .mere .'I.itl:it11'tll' ," and, retreating to Washmglnn. nr which were caused l that princijiia non homines i is iheir motto. sense. A warm greeting, .we doubt'. not, from the inconveniences!attending New York Sun. "
: from it. 'embolden' ih'ese who! are by w II await the its execution as il stands the .
United
\Vhig
their i ] Senator upon statute
imprudent and irregular habits of I life.i Gen. Morion is well known io Slates A
now pressing op >n our loits. Indeed, it is 1 wonder that do every one from Florida, and book ; and I call upon member Cu.\p'nR: n; HKADI=o.-Tlieie art
a he
more not die who has Ih:1 ( favorable impression every present t three .
kinduf
paid attentionto the !
The( true issue. if :It ever shnnld (come past history of ling. First., that wlnrliis
will he the North against the* .SVrj//" socereignty when we of consider how entirely their usual the Slate; and Territory. Me has frequentlyserved I he cannot fail to create shall he at that meeting, to shpt net me in this designed .for the .discipline the mind, like
ii is
'If the South and ai IIJ.I course I\'il! c.halfc. Nothing can deepene into a well statement.i Thegcnilerhaii ihe works uf Slewait. Lot' 111
; any mandare'to be more irregular t than the life of a membi r with distinction in the former Territorial -srunnded popularity his may hyf.lra\vl Second' thai arM J.lw.r.I: ,.
tint he tne.ms with his conclusions from which is desigend for
propose! r"'II-) constituents private conversations -
ollpgIPs. and the illorn.aticn.
of Me Legislature ( .
'ress to ihe having been
COI goes Capitol at I ten alone time ) ,
Tl!; he> tendency of slave agitation i I i is II) remove of this State with : few individuals, either in the Chamber i :as {politics, history. fYfI+. and iheoiks
all the ahftractjnu-all the d'.hate o'clock, i is engaged upon, committees II II Iii1wPlce President of the Council; and in 1838 people generally is our earnest on the arts ant i sciences.: 'childsucii'
:it'
and then or out of it ; bill stl .'It! he Chamher
,
) through the hope.
damp i of alis is intended
ab1r .zr iin .-for our part we say let it ,o. Ja..s :! he was a member of the Convention that fur arlutn1ul inl .-Sin h ai
When that: is cone, our rights: will be definite the passages of that : mass of stone, into formed the Slate Co nstitutinn.Gen. I The vote stood) on the 2d ballot-for ( (Commerce cannot be held responsible forindividual stories 1 novels, and) I the like. 'r1.-yiiing) mar
overheated{ halls{ of he( Senate Mouse.Mere .
and shall. or iNJorton for arguments nut made before dues not need amusement from
; we know. then by the list( 30, Ward 27.Ve it. reading
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breath uf Ins the who; he rpl..ils four six, or perhap; twelve Morion has at all times been active, analyze as Again, the f'1 pick up flowers be
lips is gentleman
nrin really'anxillns follows does not slate : .enough as >es
houls ; and if he is ,desirous of being pre and : fully i along, wilhoul Ias
in
: unremitting his efforts(
In rupture the sacred: fpcl"rallif'- diligent in I planting a earlpl, ou
and
The constitution has some definite marksat sent at every call of (he yeas and nays; his i behalf of Whig principles-his career has For Morton 22 Democrats. as I conceive, fairly, the action of the to raise them. The first obj ct you purpose need HIaccomplish ,

rale and there is whichwe !loncli or dinner must Lp postponed accordingly I 8 Whigs. Chamber on that occasion. is 10 the mind.
any ; a point at not been of the briefness of the hour tisclin. The
thai) meal will of excitement For Ward
know the rights of the :South,, upon this .t.1 perhaps eventually and 26 Whigs. Upon a resolution to that effect, a committee second i is to store ,- or, as hunters say.

question of slavery are !=o distinctly marked he taken by candlelight, upon invitation passion-he has not asln.r 1 Independent. of three was first put the rife in trim and 'then load "it
appointed the
after the by
which I president
remainder of -
the
that he who runs, may: read.The. fveninl is before the public like Ihe meteor of a moment /The, only regret. which can be felt on the himself carefully. e two points should the
Southern
South has made concessions and speni these at a iiregular party. Il hours is obvious, whil effect -but his efforts, have been deliberate {part' of any of our .friends in this result, is of a man lor the pur- eye be fixed in all your rplln:. In the

they are lionora'' IP to her. alillp constant continued and pose drafting a memorial lo the Legislature s of bjn oks.
lpc"itl
Every compromise display before him of of the untiring. To him the Whig that in so decided Whig State, our remember thai you want
as' it has been. termed, tins been alihe I.xmits is indebted opponents ; it so happened that the three gentlemen but lew at first Don't Io howmoth
season, with wines ; liquors, must have parly fur the maintenance of should have borne so try see
literally a concession on the of the important a part the or lioiV tog* you
on committee appointed crtn reset, but bi _
par upon lan) who has ;always been accustomed : their strength in the counties of Escailibia. in electing first \\t"rt !
South to Northern prejudices against sla our Whig;; Senator.-Tallahassee northern and slowly, slut how thoroughly yon fin make> ?
his men, of their
; village home to dine at one number
,
one
very. The honor of peace has been, there- 1 upona and Santa Rosa. I is lo the influence with Sentinel, 2d. i your own The distinguished Grimke
dish. No wonder that and
lore' with the South and she has proved her single the dyspepsia which his talent and integrity have invested rose requested that their nomination says. he was six months in reading xingle

love of the Union. Let her prove it still. prevails. Rut this is not all. If at all i him, that is to be ascribed the SOLICITORS-The following gentlemenwere should be withdrawn, or that die coriiihitiee volume UI f'lhe siie Cr.'IeWart'southe 1 Mind; a

1'0Jf this she must. be true to herself.- incinfclo .lssipalinn.. an easy and pleasant: the recovery. by yesterday elected Solicitors : should be increased by the addition of som'e when he began to read to real advantage;
i is him and in 1847
rall opened io ; not few there Whigs, of the
She must let the abstractions and lake county of Santa John southern The books which y m need those which
go P. Esq members be are ;
her immoveable position ihe constitutional are who walk therein. Every one who has Rosa lost lo the Democrats in 1846. Sanderson. Eastern Circuit t Id 1lljc: by the pre have the test of lime-such

upon lived Washington, (for ih last few years, It is but Samuel B. Stephens Esq. Middle '* :!dent. Two southern men were accordingly been Sinne a.s have i
rights pertaining to her State sovereignly. too common nowadays to I means of disciplining multitudes ofminus
Once united this and paid much attention to these mailers, prefer James M. Landrum. Esq., Western added to the ee. that 'have I
upon ground Ins remember a man of brilliant and showy parts-the ccmmi gone before )on. Tlip t

dUsolubly welded by piinriples drawn from this\i knd; for which many most the climate glaring has cases been of who, under the stimulus of that excitement man Ossian B. Hart Esq., Southern The Committee drew up a memorial J in young man who ha: mastered; ( Stewart. Butlei's -,

the constitution of the: 1.liun. she wilt sue. which the stated Analogy and Ed wards on the Will has
blamed by friends al a distance. On the which arm political Sentinel, 2d. signers distinctly that they ,
cessfully,overawe the treason that may dare : oilier hand the place has become a favoriteresilience.to canvass generally fully approved of the policy of the state done a great work. He may safely turn fb,<
lo.h.w itself scatter like ch.O'Ihp. miserable : engenders, makes the 'welkin ring with ROUTK TO CALIFORNIA. il history and begin; io drink in exlraustilae
devices of many, as being: favorable Inhpahh.Vanum's -The Fort regard to the object of the law, and that .
faction
and the vindication bursts of so riH'ain
by Poetry
eloquence, and threatens --sneh ;>*
to Smith successive
[ Notes on the Scat of sweep I (Ark.) Herald contains generations
letters from far
of her absolute rights; evolve; ihp high Government. all before him in his zeal-bin who when Gen. from desiring a modification of it, they hare pronounced to bp poeiry. will
conservative elements of our Arbuckle and Major Bnnneville, both begged that refine the
f1 glorious it might he made lasie. the imagin iirvn.
the battle is i stringentin quicken :'
over, into m.rt
Union. THE SKASONKW: COTTON.-The past of relapses the silence well ;acquainted with the prairies$ recommending order to effect 'horoughly the for and purify( ihe feelings._. Hut that world of
that purpose
fall and the winter thus far has. .been the security or ; of cfsIJndence. again to the Arkansas route to New Mexico which it Was enacted and light reading( in the shape of p'prirtdical:

A project has been started fur bringing most mild and pleasant which he have everexperienced .awaken when the tide of victory: impels him I as being shorter and better than the Missouri which ; suggested a plan without morals and* (foVet.4: Without sense, f

the Saratoga waters to New York city inghtsR in (his latitude. We had nofr fnnvarl-to the man: who though he never one. both Fort by they thought this could be donewithout pray you In shun. You can hardly abuse ihe
.pipe Notice hIs been that They urge Smith asa interfering with the mind. more thin to make
given) ;1 isi in December. Fruit trees and'sbrubsare astonishes the multitude) his interests of this it feed upon such.
application will (M, made to the Legislature tinning .forth I.a\'f's. and vegetation hastil" and by prliies.tt point of drfir.ure.{ and the valley of the port* oiL: To confine the crew on board the rash. [It/ would shortly starve the inosi

for am n < of incorporation. -|I i is proposedto appearance: of the opening ,spring } surely certainly contributes, by hisunrrnfilting Canadian as the path ; but 11 aJ'. Bonnville vessels to which vigtrl' inie||"*ct. benumb the finest 'nsibillties -.
they
mould hlirl will MHU'I c''lillri.12nHtv, Hardv' Griffin Et., presented us this industry and unfaltering efforts, advocates the route by he( south bank of belong at the anchorage of the heart, and create II morbid ;

in their sides ; il thep emotes- In place \PC'1 "ili a foil cr\vn cnlul boll which r .bring about the results which are attributed (he North Fork while Gen. Arhia skis ground below the city, and; to require appetite for fiction: the most impossibleadventure / t

a glass lube, the pace lplwt'.1 the glans, Ir.id j matured from i raltoou stalk. to the more showy but less substantial Die prefers the vessel! lo give heavy bond that they the most marvelous, and unnatural
sad brief filled with I south bank of the South Branch deeds the I
beiug cemeut.fl'ho should
Albany Patriot 6lh insl. prowess of others. The of not land in this state at all. Can most foolhardy, and scenes

. roar thr artillery Greo.',. A's scheme is, from- Fort. Smith to La Ibis be called, "soliciting the state ,, the most revolting a h>:art. Tr ,
to
o -\ .t attempt to point out the. books. whichf' >

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read by name, WOU jjieIike the j i linl to rational being If things had their :\. Hancock for slave hire ._
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'sid"n who, at the request of the indulgJnt ,, ,real value, would not the newspaper bet 0 J4. French, for work on streets .. .. 18 0((0) MINE I I I INTELLIliMfK J ( IPJUfipy[ EXUll.\NGE.\ Tor Liverpool.

parents. attempted Hi prescribe.whall) l1 he ,worth!! many pints of the best ale ?-Liverpool Hanry Foster, for w.rk on streets..... 5ill. > THC 11'hr bark MERSEY. Me*

;p-iient might flotit I. The 'Mercury. I I 2 POUT OF APALACHICOLA.... .. THIS hoine hai been thoroughlytefilted ,Donald. im lt'r. I avk? a part nf her
contalw"1 :1 .r for Graying sand ... .. .. .. 2 Jan. 11. -4.
formidable in length.) andihephy-l t IIIl..J; f>r the season; and the ;ubscrib -0 j-jr::<. t"1\a.ecJ and en board; will Lav ,

|list i wa< ii complete. Unfoiiunatelv True Friendship. T. Gibson, for work on streets. ... ... 1200Apalachicub Arrived.Jan I II I.Jr ,'r t takes plea-are i. informing dl.p'h'h. F r rreitt, *i>!vlto

sician thought very roasted *, and Exchange, for refreshments l.t@!;;! .i Lie! P""die that he H iiow in readi U--C2S. j. DAY &; Co.
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contain A BKACTIFUL: -Bark Cumberland fm no '
ti did no! EXTRACT. io .. .. .. Lovel' on. fo.j of -- 0
FirE Department .. . 45 00Wm W tiess j SIte reception permanent -
Schr H
anil the patient'ruined. HarriMii \10 11. from New Orleans.
so that l was procured 10 eaten. ; I I Perhaps friendship is the most sensitive A. Jeter, for work on streets.. ... 24 Jan 10--Ship Liberty, Norton fm New York. and tra'i ient.boarders at the lt n..1 rales. Hi- For Antwerp. -

Better lay it down I as a principle) of all affections ; the first doubt-the"first I A. McAlpin, for sen-ices Marshal.. ... 51 56 0 Schi Pauline, Y"'Iflg.im New Crleans! fifntix;ne \j" an adept, and travellers! may TIlE opUn-ld .t niii FRANCECapt. .

hat yqu ,jll not read HI least for year* to IIII'CI-lla. first seeking of another for that Wm Vatican for 3 services Clerk Jan 11-Ship r\"hl.tnff.} Rice fm New York- depend u;>on having all the luxuries and delicacies u'k"Iot, will, have irriin>di.tt6 dispatch
as
thing that ran waste your u.ae ,.\ I" which qrs. Schr Rainbow, Tnthile. fm New York.SteamerQiii'icy nf the market served up in the best stjle. -.ow ;.r .ihe ll.OVt11I'rl.. F. r freight aPtly| to
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come any adding to ihedisciphne of ihe, ,nilll.or j pal hy) wp these I thought) il our special I ;jpuvilegf Treasurer A:- ::or . .. .. .. .. 3(10: ( 0( Allen, fm Ch fl- hO/'hf'e. TinRR i ja now and will at all time- be kqlt J".. 5 II NOUR.E, STONE & CO.

Viihnui information. I believe a ,l to give- are moments whit'h The bill of Green Moses, for draya$7 37, Steamer' Eufauld, Barnet. from ColumhuSteamer supplied} with the choicest Wines Liqnor, and .
In stock of |burn their I traces on the he.ul and Fiwtnoii For :New .oikrN .
leaves
yonr ; Bnd'on Cadwnllader. ImColumh'is. Ciijar
him"p.flypn vas presented! motion, rejected in its present A continuation of I the I liberal 1 custom
manner..f (
single volume read in the a scar which, thought it may; possess the Steamer Southerner' Shaw, from C'olumbu heretofore bestowed is olicil 'I. '-- THE l, u U'M I, JOXE Tyler

if il Hke" m months tn read il, would ,dubious l advantage of callousness to future fharo Steam-r Ro-ton, Grier from Columbus. reaped fully ma..lt'r, is now !lO ldin;. Fc r deck freight
valuable ihan six volumes, read ] ,i Mr 1'arden, i iff accordance with notice given byhim If"arnptr Moore, McCall. fm Enfaula- JOHN PARTRIDGE. 32onlr, aoplvtoJa.i4
be more impressions' ) ) inflicts it la rdefls. December 9, 1S4S- "
ere
agony h Steamer Emily Roland 1 fm Columbus.' .
| introduced oidinance entitled ordinance ,
A. X.
the manner thai book are an an MrKAY & Co.
week in A nIl such wounds!
in )
Steamer
friendship is
everv specially! Albany, Rynear Im Columbus.
,too! often hurried over. You might ny to |l liable. Love confers( .m equality' I wheiher to amend an' ordinance entitled, an ordinance UNITED STATED Tor :New York.

live upon the floating; .i islands whieli fill he ,real or imaginary ; ihereis i :i hal loca oiledI j re..tilL' C'-rtHiii ordinances, &c "pas-sed Jan 12, Cleared. Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 111.[ sclr. LAMAKTINE, Turner,

dish ail I sit MI crarHullv upun the lop ofshe j l ing ; i-s very essence is reciprocated. But 189, which was read. by the Clerk, and on motion JanShip Nebraska, Tocne, for Genoa by 1 .raster.it1 Like a few bale on deck.
of Mr. Darden its title. M Wruht LEWIS A II AX FORD aptly tn
lady's whip. I''"'. if you expected io |friendships for the was duty passed bj ,
are m-si part unequal ex- I Jan 5- Ship Robert Patten, Fulton for Boston, J.wt A. N. Me KAY & Cn.
the taste for On motion the.Council then adjourned. Nos. 22 & 256 Pearl
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tlrenuthen the body or prepare j i iI idling, between persons whose characters are by N .1 Deblni Street, -

'ordinary (food. you would he murh ,IiSaI )- I'dissimilar, eiiher (fundamentally or in the Jan 9-Ship Leopard, Hopkin?. for Boston by (Between Fnlfon-s.1 and Curling Slip,) For Hostoii.

food which the Married. N J Deblm. THE fine: Al hir. JENNY
'pointed' The on swan j j'fee aspect which ihe'y present to each olhpr.1' 0 ..YEH YORK" -t-- > LIND.
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."strfl"! and so Innc..l lived. grow* deep at the : the fear the $passion; are nm equally Esq Mr. CHARLES MOONEY, of t Marks, to Miss 11-Schr Louisa Sears, Sears, for New CLOTHING pol:.. ., aply| to pott. For dtck Irtight or

bntiniii of the cle.ir running river and' *he ,divided, AI MOORE of Orleans. .
,. and much inu l he 'iifrtr. .in whom XNF.S ,- this city.COMMERCIAL Jan 4 C. KOfiFRS & Cr.
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wrench it mourWniKS -- ---- -
hard lo
tip 0
they -
predominate much
must 1 he forbear "
un.Jhe'hdnl} h.iom. Vessels Cleared for this Port. UNITED STATES. For I'o'it1e"l"e.
'ings among Ihe stones l long must he peiseyere. ere I the bond of full 1----
[Todd. ,, ind perfect; confidence i is finally established.But. ; I IVcS 1-aac-Ship Xextrn AdTunddcli, I fill Provi"Jf nee. Adapted to Vie Southern awl Southwestern Markets -c-r-. 'HIE 1 siifM-it.t ship .MANCO. Fi-h.
i ---- -= Ship r..a'tHlil ?:nl! in Sew f
= = !!! a days r the
if there he indeed (hat hidden basis i Dec 1 Ship Andrew Scott fin
ofstnpithiy. Empr\ Joton
Reiolutioti.Early Cotton Statement. Lat ib'iie ).t. Kvr deck irt-i
of the }
The Women :l.t.aj;'pl\ 'to
'without which no true friendship I. yc-a"r. Dec 3- hip! Grotius. Leonard, fm Boston, (off] In the article of .. I .J C. ROGERS & Co.
the the iiihahiianis m .thp.ru"Ii..r the Car '
in )
war i 0 ; .
Ii Ii. (conceivable it is well Worth the struggle, Stock I on hand'tpl.. f-lS-S. .507 5iSI Dec 12-Rark Toledo Glover fm Boston SHIRTS ---
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Caioljna. AM
( of Burke cou'ity. '.ri j jbeing for flie Dlt.\WEE S, Dollars
i, reward hllIlIvt'rpr)" the labor. For- Received pas-t 3 days... ..5ti2i( ) Dec 17-Baik Detdemona, )Mercer tin Provi 0 \vcnty IScivard.NWAY .
aiiark I ihe In- We ktei' endless l
of
apprehensive an hy) I l bearance I .. an variety. .
j I trustfulness hope.--on I these previously.. 41449Total 4 dence. R \ from the undersigned i on

dia,!. il was determined to seek uroteciioti S three pillars may; the temple be fI'ared-hnt ,I / ... .- 47576 1430G Dec 13-Bris Morea. Conway, fm X York. ALSO THE MOST EXTEXSrVE MANUFACTURERS OF !ihe 17ti!! Noten.ter IJ. t, the 11111.." irjr: dpscribed -

in a fort, in a more dense peopled neighborhood -.j!; i if one of these fail espei ially if the second Exported" previously past 3 days ........ .12.2148!y Dee 19-Bark (new) CodittuatcBerry, fm Bos OIL CLOTHING Negn M I =
in an interior settlement.I A party of fail : ton.Dec He i' 5 leet 6 or 7 ir.chcs high, 2-3 Teas
) there } *
will be nothing but a shapeless TOldl.- 150-16 639 23 Sailed AND
fm
ship Thorndyke, Child, Bos old
soldiers was *eni II() protect them) on I theirretreat. nl ill ton. 0 and weighs 14fJ or !4-> lb* ; -rieor iwo teeth?

The families assembled) I the line On hand and on shipboard not cIeard 32:3( 79t7 Dec 25-Ship (new) Georgia, or Boston, Talbot !- COVERED HATS out belr.m] Iro'it. will! sivt- the ab.Te reward

of m..rl'h'a.. tAeu tnxvnpl' their place of MAKING ETS.-The ------ --- -- ((433 lon) fm Bo'!nn. In the World for his deiivm me, cr:-fu' it cur fi.t td su I can

dl".linOllion.11I1( they proceeded s"me miles I Delta : New Orleans Dec 26-.Bri? (it'nV I r*on. Beck! with, fin N Y Plain and Fashionable Clothing of all kuuh get him and pay aU reasonable expt-r.
% ( i is responsible fur the following excellent I-Exports of Cotton from Apalachicola, Schr Palladium. PJ;i. fm New York J. B EVERETT.:

II IIIHlltf'oilf'.I-Ihp l nhlier in 'rcliin! in a )hollow hit al those )Jo; hiive;: so kindly and Commencing; ept. J, 1 18, and :ale tune in 1S47. Dec 23-Brig Alabama, Howard, hit N York. LEWIS & HAXFORI, Marianna. Dec. 16, I'.f5., .&rt'

I . with, the refugee fninili's in I the readily vlllllnlp..rt'llllIpir suggestions lo Jen. i, -- Nos. 232 & 23G Pearl st. -_._---

The I ICIIli"n.1111 had watrhed) iheinovemeni. Past IPrevi- I .1 for this Port. Dec. 25, 1S45. -J5-3rn For Kent.
I 'centte. Tax lor m I ihe formation of his cabinet : I WHITHER EKPORTKD. \! [TOTAffsesonLiverpool I Up I
laid a plan: for their I destrnition.The I .:(hp.olI} Dec SO-Bri? Mo.--?. Bnlkl'-v, New York. Dwelling; HOIK : lafily ccupird
An )honest it
looking mechanic! went lo Gen. .. .. . '. Shad.
I .. .. .. ... itTilE uyirli-r-i..td. Ti-n.a .
Bri H irtlJ iit (
Iravt-lh-il J 1.\' I ? Gray .New York.S'hr J ( T.roe.-
t he tliMiugli .It..e : :
) reaII" a I Tilnreslerdav.. and; abruptly touching i .I I!a,.re. ... ... .... ..,. .. ,. ; .. S A FEW half bbl for sate by: : t J ( \Ii-'l to
.93 New '
9J31' nitor. Knapp; at York.
fores' in dIP IniU of a liver wheie the Indnils j i his heaver. :is|\i'd! : General hain't got ) .. ... ... ... .... .. .I'. ..... .. .. .. fcchr Creole, Allen at New Orleaii -fi. Jan 11 C A GREEN( & Co. B. S HAWLEY! -

c nrr'aleil lhenisIve, and nailed nil I iiothnr! I to do for me ?" The General you I hIi nil- 'i ':rip"tt....... .. '. ... ,. .... ....I. .. N.y 203 Coizu4tlXLlo.k; ,
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( .. .. ,. . 1310 .1310... SIJlOl"cd Tongue
tlt<- tiavelleis 'W"fP I in the .I If-iir I not know and al ihe the war ulioi'p Sdiiinli-d in fruni ;;J-:me lime i inquired uhai i might' his pernlnr: II I purls... .j.:. ''. : : Chatleston on the 13th: nil for -he Gulf Mexico.Ve FOR- 1 11 To Kvnl.STORED .
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Ptlrl A CREEN: & Co.
Total lu For. .2:30); .2. (. 20j Nos.
.either sid- I. : ti C'>luir.bn* Bicu! art!
Luge of : -
and' : :i hii'ly painted ::
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he. I'm
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cahinei,
\\\ltri"t.'r.h..IIUfilllin;: 1 l I I I ihe I .by which I a tinker, WaLe i! .,,elor'" I,. ..... ... .1. .. I .1.-1, .]t'iI.- frJnorwHl. \ are indexed to D B WOOD, Eq for the Lard.OA 'fnt] 1"- Water street. KI r l lrn>s >*j.f Iv tu
jap :
; i' I repl\ : and they tell me you has: got i ... .. ....19.3 ..WiIl12! ( ) ..937PrO.irlpn'p. following iiifotmution (to hip iiMMers : ".\ ''f'-.. Ii" \ i1e 1 }! lliiL! Nv J Jl. \OiU[ >E, MONK: k Ct.
\ eat! hr _
by
the "lil| -s hail! entered; \ \I app.ilhnu; I rr-i-li I | hit o' WIII"IIf .. .33t6l..3346. / SJ
i that .
;a I ; I k I.I l on hand just j | : .. TIi Lishi St .__, \J
nf firearm's; I'-il oe.l. Pht- v.t'ilifis.: |mvFier. now." .. Y t's." leplied the'General. hnl I II j I PiiiliJel1ihia .. ....j. .,... of S: George'Nand on( J/li"Pj.h huv; b Point.. and, Vt end -Jin tl C A GHESX & Co. Carton Altars, )
: :chaoreil I [) lttnuiir... . .. .1... n rf'fllo\f'd One %Voodeii ,'""al'c. v. > Bill f.r Di\"rC'c.
weie Ili'lni..j; 1 : nih l I a l I In I he I I have, not ed I I II ) .ft..fOil.( ). ... i i. now revolving; lied: an-i Whi'e.'
comment : beside see no Cap0 Si I
near, the tr'. s daite.l lirlijml ihein I ;ill'lheg i l yet N'w Orl..dtlS. .... .7-15 .96)) ..ISSOrherport ; Bias, in loot 83 2(( ht 21 H, and th" rih-r' I, BRSS b.iu .d C.ddr: Piil-, Puiufi-d Rackets' SIN,'m.h: Allan )
h\y llaP.'P'I't"I S I thai I ;uu i t io haver.uiiiiu' ... . .. a
j likely
+.j..i,' fix"l Lishl ( B'ic.cet-, Hirki.i.Hid Coin ( I' l'dF. Deie'.d.iit! not havi: c: lfM! ,!
MI I.. |iU' the leairifle!| : IIH|, otheit I l piii. _:.:: ': on 'ape St Geors*. |I"n.r. 53 j tat Hrom.s.lor I | anvcred
the more ; help than I shall need. Tul,1 C'alwif.. ... 2tsl 1039 .12743..3154' LI 31 The LJsh.s show! well from -' oil deck" 0 s.K-lty [Jin tl ] C GrEEN: Lo.Cheese. L or IIt'WH.tJ t'i cir:;. 1.ii.i'tt"< l tt il ,atrr: d':eu.
thetii'iex It the .
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ijpmi e. ;uti by
1' 01.1 I ri'awleil "I1I"'fa'"itil'S 'CfT TOT A.-RA IE .. .. . 1 aO tfl .6Jj9 t ?.tI&n,
tall :rA. in tM't-s. :: / CCUXCIL. PROCEEDINGS. a:il the aid bill tit coiu.2aiiir! al"d the u.ail J t

\ "i'n"i tied,themselves. :i< l I.I they ronhl.' .. ewc,1, ClIAVRM ? Passcrgers.Perstranrr List of Vests! in Port. 3f\ I HX :>. We>I<&I1 "nd \. itheininfiie order, therein stjt I..d }idvrbeen likr-n :.r- c-fiit; >sfdii

The nI.rf.1 w::< Inn 'ind fi rrely "urjied \ lachicola. JH 3, 1819 .V I I"f sale by iin-t? s-td d..fd.llJrlI t ,
; . ;. FIt..hinnK SHIPS : in rili.n it f\:|icitirl'r
I P' dzB, R I D<> in .
c.
ui'l 1 .mni tl 1).. ii'ill. and rtllII.f'. thenntiM T1e Counr-il met pursuant to notice given in Jill II C A GREEN & Co. coinplainar.t' it H ridc-rtd :
; ) t jd
ever : 11011. ( PPI- -t"dlUt Emily! -\\ J liidgell, II Ilnop-r, J Ashland. Rice, G31 tons, fm New York, waiting rat : : c-t!>f beset
,. ;un"I" tfl'-l. tflttl.II.ill' : h.md., confisrnii'v' with the regulations% of f Ih,act incer- cliirTr M.Mer: Ghi&ii Bn" I'. f, r he.itin at t the tirst iljy ti t ihr r.i-xt trim

111.\.1' t. III" .....111..: lint 4 ihe\' \v.'i i I'-iixki-d 1 I 1i.r.Lflg; II, City; i'f -Ial.rhicll.|! The Mayor Per Meanrr' Q'Iiuc\-Dr \\' and f . Qvwpihivn elect: the Pr 111 Lipfnrd L li Gregory, Capt B Gufiin, K ?-M.i-ter o b, cuvn to tl.e (hete'.d.t! :, hI ibr f phIrat"'h': f
.
n"ii rham- aitPiV
u i-| .-i.d. i In..i,1 \ 1'lh( i)>' liat-L wixnU lifleinen. .r ntt in CI d' (ju ility, (lor sjte bv .
CnThhIr.i4nP.r Mortimer Ll\in!-f/1n. I'. rsfow 749 tons for Li of this < r, flc=
'r. ci.ce av f I. the
Slilt ihev I I'injilt I "n. .deiermifi'il I her. ,nisi) JotiS. I HrffciiiXMiji I took the oa'h: |>recril'd lUI"r Alh'mr-T r.ranlp\, \'prl'ltlI11 I Wnsht Jan 11 C A GUCEX & G'. three r s arenf
months
to tie .
ft 0.. ( psit-r rIr-t l d-iy .t ll.e rtxt
>ti the .hi| < Eli<-i| - ) hv s-aid aqt' <* Mayor the -ame beins; ad- Per MeaniT U\-I ln-F Wilhehn: II B Kim- Jinny Li"'J. Braud-m. 532: tons for Boston, loadini Cotton Hooks term, in the 'IIfI.f.E'rci.t'rtr: -

'ed! 'll desperate r..i'i41111..1, I -ltn'd to him hvTho*. E Grav;E' hrnh. J1 iofl.! -C ICI pr.. .V'A\ t'r. a rcvrj. [ a-
Oiti :
Ul irne E q an act silebv net jHiblf l hpd in 1 Ifie! cityt I A!>ati.*hir.>ti.!
Pert *ainar Southerner: : Mr and Franc Nichol411
an aiijialliti: "ininil un--reil: the ears .!' ih"- inff J'i-iice) i f the IV. ce in and f>r Fraii1\lin conn. dv. T Boatwnjrlit McCauley la- ;ing-Vnnr,>. "lone tin.V, CoMedora. for Antwerp( load FOR II C A GmE0.. .\ C/:,v. \\. VALLEAU, 1ltk.Decvnilinr .

nil iifti ;n'l rhildren i iu lIP I ("''nll"I I w;it a; 1'. and th reiii.on the p.4t41; lio admini.-iered per stp:mi-r M A Moore-JnH5. 13 trry Dr ('has Ames* S'W!) ton?, (for Pro\idt'ncp, load11,2 I.. ISIS -tr-: 'n "

'('(' (IH.II ilieir .1."II.r.-I..r 1 fur i''mder' ; thti oaili! of ofilr- to the following named Coun. Pirkett., Mr 'I horn. U'lllinm-, TarverPrste.imer -T I L :Mneh-| Osna ul's. Shel'iP .

Our) |.1\'.'ler. i i. ill: "1'"'." ,;h."\ rxl jilt. .ril""". iz-m. II Hushpe, Awry Downer. Q'uney' N C Bass, J Buchanan Ann (;rvlt. (Hr ) William377 ton, fin Lii- GEORHI a L-uxi-il OvtaO'.ir, always en Slc'.
.. J Pheljw, Mr: i Koul.iiReceipts 1 I ) pool. ".liltn -Ma'er.Manco. lowesf n'r.- hv BYvirfne a wuii.l ti.-n t..n.-i.t.df'im! i
ed : It vtv ni :HIV liiin'j is :HIP.) tr Jola (Vtsjh, T I An-tin. A. llancnck, .John B. Fi-h. 35.) t In", for Providence, loadingVavir1v Jut II CAfiREEX; & C.. '* i-li'u-f <'{ the Cinu t l'11i1t K r

eriufl2hl no Innjtr: !" A winnan of; lj':. Ton--, arid .T-ts I I. l arr, and H""r' D D.rdpI horn the Interior: C Roger? A: Co. "i'\lin' r'lltll.h. We"?rrr, CIl"ulr i-l t 1 1. rM,

;jMrti h.,.I. :i :nod -n|'ph'. .She -jni-a-l! hr 1..1.0"l ;frmOd.} ant I ih.TP'i;'on the Council Per ?!.i'n"r !I' -s'iutriSi'i'. ) |(;,1.! .-' fi-tii-n to Hill \ l-:..lwr'' I1"j (ton, furLi\'l'rpooJ.loaJ. 33mii5 and Ra|.c. ad-: iri .1r! r.J. wh-r,,i Hiram N"-'irj 19

itr..tl on I li.. :r*i itid. |i ;uied' ill** |io w.ftr l ill of b'Mnp! pr.I !Paw -on \: Ct; I l'l2 to A X Mc-K.iy A: en: 74 t tA' ti i i-iir! -. C M.iclavPertidii o PC( >. ivt"tll'"lv> ; -) t>il .- n tiu, tot coil.: p'i.nft'; ; a'tlt! Julin K. M nirt-an ami L*.ui-e P.I-

H. an-! :.tiii2: riiiui! 'It earli: s..I.r! a. they.tiiii.t .I HI nxiiinn flf Iro.aIO I Husbea I ilie A vV f PC Kain: :3i to Wm U I'urler Ac Co; 18to 4! (I'r) Hall 5u: tin- for Liverpool, load 0 v ?fhpt'| for ,"I k by levi ore d.>fe: dant', I hive l-xiKl I tit; '*n .irti u rilnfier
> I of Hill
1543.witlt .
riy-L4w .
ing& Dawnn &
LOIkhalf iV Co.
I -II 0 1 ; YOMHIJ.Per JJ a 11 C A GREEN fr .
& Co. -tie bittrtthe ,
C
I II- ..
nrt ,
> u-e d i. the
.
'
behind iji- u "e<. h 1.1. e ch, ulin need !. titr amendmtrnt i.f .
January 12 1343 Meamer bnles -
; wtrrdi.tiIrd. 0 AII111r-j2 r"tldtl to J ( BA IQlESC'Jml"rhnd. .
el. .1. d.tu.t. his h and' ., .d! I 5 Buck,'h( at. city ur Apahctiici-l.i. on rfe firM tiitiy iii t-b-
j"'i\v ]*ni t. aqiMtnitv Maclav: lo Lockharl: -\: V n'ns; 71 lo A N Mc
I I I Kay .. Co. Lnvell 35 tons, fm Boston, wait RAGS 23 in try fhxrtJ, withn the h- .-1 ho! r-. tft1 1" tI. 1-
: (
inin ti. 'I I"* sin I wr"1 ionirl ilje 9 g ; eg, n-vv bjl"kwheat.ju"t n
ing Miter.Pilgrim.
j jhue : : -
I i TI. Mayor appointed the follow-in; Stdiidins IVrtemner Emily! -423 itV A 5c P C Ivain, : i"WC.l, ui d l.i- SIlt' bv \\inz pnMurU ti. wit : LM N u IU! f>l- c5c 1'cmd ".
fir d-fenre. til:i 1",1'.Is..l. t.I.. a'id 1111 I Ii'iI'I .. Dnnkwatpr. 29S ton for Boston
t tsli ,
: c."ftll. :. d 0 Ki lo I ll.irj-r t: Ac I llojnieJjy I to jj,III] U.lW >"u A: gin i -\: J 1'.LI"i") loa Jan 11 C A GHEEX & Co. : Mii;e, in Ihe city III Arurtciir[ l rd. r.\'id
.
1j'i'l
: i j iuiin otli 'r>. \\i.; .l.listiifnile.l. i F } Co 11-toC I loser A Co at t lie aid .
drir-i.
? pr"i.t'1'I."f
v.\cE-.rs. Hi1"*. Aii.-tlr! : and Dordpn. : : Jer.-Mcl'nnald.. :372 ton for upon ; s :II!(, a .J Jo
.\' !1".1 i l'',e .ivi2e* :a\e \vat1l"| j Me r IXinJen. Down"and CarbeiCum Per rttMi.i-i Q'IIIt'\-1fI: f h ihes! cotton 6 bxs, 1 -J Day A: Co. Liverpool, loading A I}1)les. be j'Jh11u s..t:.'vad. : wist ..1 fi.'n I laria-. .

.pI.-.1| |.y their f.It.!. were driven oi'ihe'jnnH.d. ] ; I"'AL"-. :: : icff; to Lockhart vV Young: 2* bales. c/-iton to IJJ bbls.! XCA lun PipiMne\\! -lOilV? l.'Cciff
Mer ?
Eiwni-r. IKincock and Jones. BRIGS
i 3 \\ AFEW
: itaiiey) : to 'IIf"lclt'nzlt" .;
: : -to A N C A GREEX & Co. pi i IJ. LAS.. Dej.uty.
MA'-UKT: -Mes-rs Itnclck. Caih and Junes. 0 \lcKrl) ic Co; 74 do, 5 bxs tobacco (to U S Ilaw- Wm L Jones, Tyler. 220) tons for New York. Jan uy ApalacMcr Dec. -J9
Tbeiclorioii, << whiles returned! III tiin.e 11 Is lyI
loading-A X McKay AT Co.
I'icr.c: I JKOL.\IS-Messrs. Cauh i Datbcr and ley.Per .. .
fur uh,. e vvitViih! \ had( vrtiinrcd inio the I sfamer o'ton-iO b-il s cotton to X J All 01'(1inH1c
wiH,. I lutn.r.. IMiInK101; lo VV II Kimbrouslifc, Son 6 to Hill --- -- ..siti'ff's: SaJc.
rnesst 1"1..in"'f'r" I)4IIf as to who ; List of Letters To anitntlaim OidiiMiicv Ordinance
F. IJIPATMEVr-MesEr. Barber I ) mulled nn WILL sfll 'j the rir.-t .Iuntll.in
EK Hughes and IJauson A: Co; 15 to \V G Porter Ar Co Ffhrmry
.liH't. -hen* killed. : and one t running up cried. JonesSrnrKT Per sie.mier SoiithTner* U( bales cotton toHarper REMAINING m 5 tue I'os, i UIIKV Apalachi. iif.iliii; cit tin idiiiaiiCf, Jcc 4>a=ed 12th l text, at tie: rsiif: boors (.f sale, in trmrt i>t th('

'li' r," i ic ihe woman that cav"f u. thfpowder I & Holmer: tH to U'm (Ii l'ui tet A: Co; 11 lit day of January, 1549- January. A l U 1343 Market H"i: JMPROVEJIKATX COVTRACTMejor !B.ut urdained, l In' the nrrJ Council of
? I u''MI tu *e.. ll'T' .' V4e !I ', AND to Lockhart & \utlng: 11 10 order .\It'X.II.dl'r.D I LIO11 ,'f Mayor the ? ol In.Idnu: Court ,I' r 'the con' :iv-c.lin .b r _
: t \ I That ,
City ,>.il.tchici'la. the cir.iu.il s.il. oftli'
*" #. .\ufn. Cdigli, Joneg, Dowiicr and Ilnii- IVr .-' "IIIIT M A Moor-*-543 b.\e] crttnn Ad itli-, Wrn V L.icfl: U'mLind : ry
to ,
.
lei i [ the nrul'vtded .
\ ns .pe I hri re'.pon'ld ano'hnan Cny Miirhil ht- tncr -aed to 'th-frTiiu it f three ritere-t "''t B'lijP.i s ; ;_H '
>i .iTtnllirr ; ,,'illl"l\t her ue should cock A Per NT .\leK..v.Cn, : -l4 in Wh.,Ac McK] -nzie, Aldnrh Dr K S ;ii-i, C M" 2 hiindiej di.iUi.-! diiu tOtE tc much ,.f :ihf fri ."ction \l. in and In I1 12, bl-Kr't! 1)1. I,. .- W..lel'

hue hern) 1..*." The *,tdiets! ini iI.i al1l; (.MI moiinn ff :Ir. Uardcn, ordered that theOr 0 \c McKci.zie[learn! *;r 2 O'lincv-< io: I I."rlharl'IIIJII 2t:;; bale* Ct'ttiiflV 7C( t io\ |lip A AlU-Ji & I Hair; Let-. J A A: Co I 1 1 the ( 'rdutrii.cr. i to whicli (his i lto dii rtiii"ndnirnt sire -ttiei112 *thso It
tl1l'I,: tlte hun a-id i-hiidren. l tokin: f.r : Civr ilie u-Udl' notice that the offices <-f the.ei.il V MeKay; L/G to \\* G 1'orter Co; t> ;to J Day BrighiV in McLean l W H !, a, condtci-. wuii iiie |irnituiia ol tnls Ur- 3, bl"ck25; al+..l -t9. *-' T ..rJt2G;

-.-.\ olTic'Ts of; the 'City Council be 'v : \: Cn. Hnlcbt-r, James Mejl & Crawford dinance iisd tht SMiine i.- iier 'bv repealed. l 1..1 2. buck ; Its v ..-. ; .. ",. I L : l. ts 4a.d
her crl'd.
;tt4| linking ; I Iir"-cilvin ;1111" Prtd liv (Vu.snf. Sun .1.
inquiries I'ostiMck Clement m-inrv. l41) .
"ind ill'. i fTi<*-r be elected Saturday Per s-teamer Enf"IIU--tO hale! cotton to A X M.tthcw- -_ 17, l tick! Hi _< < ;'. 'd, p. ..mrrovf.mentj .
ilhers fro MI the '1III'S"I. one ofil \ IaUItl (l t\'tlilg )JeKiiY"Co' 51 to Win G Potter A Berry, thins Muratto t GMc.Millin r ij '. ..
(
A : Co; 46 to :lIu""rsb.r lao1V- .n han and i-fier britt iht-reoa, f'r st : r. *" ,-* wl..ri..rvtllP
""frmi2 ih" cotumoiinn.I asUed the (''"'f' tIC. d"llt'd.Ir \\\ lit" -McKenzte.' BrlkIiil,; CalharinKedrdjiev Danl on litn-cal: l trrri"- (: I las. lurein re nr; d t -the-) s..iu,' hir;:

an-l \\ j< told. Vo'iire looking in ihejwi ; i : Ilfdfn gave notice that he wou1 at the Per b .ire Live Onk-142 Dales cotton to W G Satr.'l II Mnrry, F SUGAR-IU bids a-.d 3> h'.L N. Orleans; 1 .ieIJ..n a- the ;pp-pt-t'v r-t i\M: .zniS. HanleY'

.itl2: pi.ice." he rep'ied. ''Is'she killed. ? 'ext inertmg iutrndoce an oidmance to increase Porter A; Co; 13 to A N McKay & Co; 25 to J Ht'artV H J.lIIIII1; J U boxed WolMj> 4c .StnmtV loaf; to satiety t,v<> fi t ti-*. t-.tii.t..r i-nfil the I'irrnit
& Co
All f *' Ilu' ; ".f the City Mar.h.il.Mr. Day ; 2 to Wylie & McKenzie.Exports. BrownlowV l\ldki,. .\s, W FLOUR : St L Court ot* Frattklin C"nr.I\-in .
e are afraid ol"( ill it exclaimed flfllI \ sa.ary -luo K>U Mipetriiic <.IU* al.d Ohio ; o. e .J| saitJ fi t laj.

v'nre<. ,. X'..l w-n| 1 s.iw h.,." jin"wtreiltjte ;' Uardtn nioxed that the prooceedings and B"wers, L Morco, A 2 COFFEE-50 sick Rio ai.rt, M..rdcaibo; 'Ceri & Camrnlt g bpih; : .rbilrlr; ;. an41 t.jm.inS : :

.v'ii I !'i"r. ... \Vh.Mi tic! I Imli ns tan uli.j irdiiiiiicefe .-f ihe Council be let out for printing GEXOA-Per ship, \fbra ka-1310 bales cotton Clark C.tilehitry! J W McAUi.-ti-r, Capt MOLASSES bbl new crop ; Hav\lev -tendaril! tor the |p'>rmil ?uir of
J N B 2 Me\tr. Louis WHISKED hbls bbls S-327 9G. besides inters frttffl
h' lo iJie bidder. Adoiit -d. ( -50 arid hall ; : 02il D..r..n.b'r.
icison fi'r knffn at at ih- root ofyonder lowe.-t 0
I''yrr C'anierop_ Jas G :I/mill N L.-\RD-3 bbls IS and t'ltsr In the "I
BOSTON-Per ship Rob't Palti.n-1312. bales arid 10 ke?* ; ; i-j, t"f.111'* If. Everett
I tree. and there I led II"T." Time :I ldrd..n ofPred the following resolution,, Clark, W D 2 Ne\\t. Capt SO to of CharU
cotton. n, Henry A P-SO Loves pul, yellow and white ; Iheu-t Mile, ,1.ii'tY, anil JJenji-
V4< xitiiiiliii.-nns rush tn ihe tree-at.d I ,;:i idl w.ts adopted : Per hil'| Lerpird 1933 bal.s cotton. Corwin, J B Pwchesati, JohnPowell STARCH-10 boxes Cul te's ; mill S. Hawlf iKtendint. !t"r !It.! ;.,ircial sumflf

'I bei it .h'ir] :reai jU.h..y fotui I ihe wofnn le-i.ived.{ Thai the Cf-rk| of the Council beap- NEW OitLIiAXS-Per schr Laura Jane-57 Carter, Reid Thamas PORK-20 bbls mess and pmLe ; f S-'Ul: 12, h e.-ides interest| fn-rn" 22il! Dt clInber,

;! s 4e i4ti] oiil on her knees ill prayer i |Hiiiteci' i,'r,vi-e ihe City Crdin.inceN and report r bdles\ C.'ttl>n 0 Centene, NemcciousChoaie Pn-sttrm, Thos 2 HEEK-2U: bbls prime ; 0 IS 1-3; and cn-ta. Property poittted out by |1d)Uu>

Thinking, not nf herself she rt'r..i""I! theirapplaust :| .l tiienexi, led meeting aiiifnded which' of f&aid orduidnce.shave; Per sclir Louisa Sears-158 bales cotton, 3 bxs Capl E I D Porter; Benj TOBACCOo bxs and hf bxs favorite brands; tin: Terms cash. 0
ti fii r 'p" or Mnce llie tobacco. .
on Davi
Miihoni lIItuif..fil.I .j :111utltf'r (f.I!. c.f oidindiicea in 18-14 ; as td n what pul.lcaf Israel Porter, Peter BACOX-5 casks sides and hams ; JOHN Ll'CA*. Sheriff.
: II"W --- --- Delano, Lewis Rovin"onOt'o 2 M ACCAROXI 3 boxes Italian By B. LCCAS D .
----- ,
jug than that -- uty.
21.11111I1..1.! I Heaven fur th) ir erpt.: n.ct': h.E Mnce peruid been i's-d. ; rj
W. A. & P. C. Kaiii, Dressert, B K Roan, T T 1 2 VERMICELLI do do; January 2, 134'J.Georgia.
(l'IiVPr4ueee.-jJrs. EUct's IVutkin tic On motion of Mr Hughes, the Council
of adjourned DiKxorth, Y rk Ruce, J C 2 CRAXBERRIES bbls -- --- -

Rcrolulion. till Saturday ,"toi Ig. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Don<;la.s BOil Thos Randolph, E A DOMES I ICS-25 bale.-quarter* sheetings ;and sliirlings; Osuiahus .

--- -- ------- No. 4 Ct/lumbus Block, FI'mrningV? Reed Sew all O.SXA BURGS-10 bales Lowell and Georgia; I'oi: sale} by HENRY YuUNG; ,
A Pint of COUNCIL
Ale and I
a Newspaper. CHAMBER. Apalachicola. Friel, Wrn Ruff; ARogers GLASS-20 l Ixs assorted sizes 1 1_ Dec 23 53 \Vfr llrt't't.
How SATfBOAV
the EvKX.NG: Jan. 6 1849 ;
strangely I value of different 5 0
Finks
Ctr: Liberal advances made on coiwgmnenteof I Simon W P 2 RAISINS-100 whole hf and boxes
ings i j4 estimated. A few of iirasied Council J S. Hutchin.-on qr ; Coffee.
grains I.t. Preerl, Mayor Fraer. Jesse R-wley S HO'DorIelPdtt
Cotton to their Irietids BUCKWHEAT
in Liverpool, Glasgow kegs new
,
barley writed and'ihe I Councihrien, Messrs Harden. Austin ; 9 flI1 SACKS Rio, biidmg: : and for ale by
are juice .c1'I..7.,1inl" I If ; : Hnqhes, New Y .rk and Phila cll'hia. Robeits D A LMOND.-2OO pound; ,.uu Nov IS

little water wjih a ltle: of ill* leaves j I Downer, Jones, Harriet, Caish arid I Hancock.I J.in 11 IS49. Gille-spie, Capt 5 Sernmes, A G 5 BUTTER-:203[ kegs Gc$hen and Western; -- 0D WOOD.-.

,nf the "hop plant! .-the. "vatne of 'huth 'hemg i I Tit minutes of the last meeting were read and G.ib-iOH, Jas Smith, J C CHEESE-20 bxs English dairy ; Clotliinjj.

YIN') snifell III ItV( calculated ; and a very slight approved. II. U. Taylor, Grist, D.ivid Solomon[ H BR ANDY-3 hf pipes Otard, Depuy Mattel ; FOR sale on consunmer.t I a lane invoice of

lax j is laid upon ilie mixture which; cost,! The Clerk reported the returns of the Harbor COMMISSION MERCHANT: CKl lev,.Caleb StoneS II LEM ONS-3 boxes Sicily ; ; made clothing, by the p.i'k'srebv'

alo so little $labor as %hardly tn he reckoned j M in Dec 29. 4S-Gm Apalachicola, Fa. Hancock, Nath 1 1Hnmilton.WE S Zivit Capt.JasThompson ALE-dozen pale C'iiy Lot
our coinage. A pint of this s.11.. reliiU.; 1! b-r 'Ian, which were read, and on motion of Mr.i ;
--- StnlPSflU.C.S Pickle
Sauces Olives .1R Lease
Sale .
at four Brandy Chines and ; or t rl.r .witcharrantee deeds
p nce: and if of good flavor il i in I i Darden, referred to the Finance Committee J. F. FARHIOR .. E. MCCULL'". Johnson, Benj L 2 TalorW S Candy, a full! assortment.C. will he given. Apply to

'reckoned'Jin.l cheap and well worth the, money ; I j :lr. D.uden give hi lit of his intention to oflVr F rrlol &: ITIcCnlly, Jatnes, Levi ,.S A A. GREEN & Co. Dec 28 H. G. GPYON.

%o li I Ts. It is drunk nflf-in a minn'ieprtMfn.it :, at the next meeting, an ordinance to amend an COMMISSION MERCHANTS Jami,'m,,jlsl\fahala) White, vil.onKiluil1r'irk Dec 28_. 5-2 Water street. Loaf Sutr.

) i is gone. On the same ladle I f bl Gravier street P S Wallace. J B _
onwhidi oidina'ce concerning1 slaves, &C., Jan. 5 Advances.
pa.-sed LBS Ste.m dil1'd, for ilale! by
'it t was served the mere white sheet' Dec 23 New Orleans. Knlley' Capt F William A A 2000
1844 j j2lr. subscribers will make liberal cash ad- Dec 2S D B WOOD.
(ofInch) lhe.1 I .. i K(Ilt'v, John Wbeatoi., Chas THE
cost one p..nny.flrfhin2. and ; I I. Darden moved that the Committee, on !|I Edward Kay, John Yeni Mrs on consignments i ol Cotton to their -- .
i IflcCulIy For
duty thereon I Nancy Sale.
onp with deductions'for friends in New York.
no Liverpool or
demaged. penny i Streets, Improvements and contracts.advertise to GROCER AsD.1d.J VII SION MERCHANT (OCJ-: Persons calling for any of the aboveletters Dec 23 J FIRKINS of superior Butter, of La-
rronked. or over-printed ')-I prnpoalS| for putting Water street in I a No. 28 Water slreet.. will please say they are advertised. DAY & Co. 2 5 tham's Dairy."
ftIVf goo -
pies with made rady. for sale an.l. charge/I too ; tate of repair, and report at the next meeting Nov J 11 I .Apalachicob Fa. JO3. S. MAY, P. M. Advances. Dec2S NOURSE. STONE fc Co.
carriage-from mills ami slarrui-office at : :
a distance Ad.I{ henry Youngs, Citron undersigned i will make liberal advances Iron, ffails, Steel, &c.
; ami ii is cohered whir half a i w Currants, Raisins, Lemons THE
million J I Mr. Harden moved that the Clerk have furrhr WHOLESALE AXI RETAIL GIICCER Cotton "flO.i iined to his friends in Liver TONS S eedAmencau and EnglishIron
of '
anil pounds' \ ; Ac. 30
4if '
for iyrii. : cost: thirty time allowed; him to report ordinanceshave No. 53 Water stieet. poor, Gl.isgow, Hivre, Boston or New York. as-orted sizes; .
itself and } I received in fine order and for sale
hVeiS 1 printed) at the of. JUST by Nov
; ame what Dec 28 Apalichicola Fa. 13 D B WOOD. 30 dozen Brade's Hoes
mid atnend.datid aL-o ;
lice ttJp bt-en repealed newordutisncehad 11 C A GREEN & Co.Clarified _
d
| 'ne 1S44
n( re than ihe pin) of ale. the juice 'f M lilmah i been passed since Insurance SIIa.'. Notice. IU di-Zen-Shovrls and Shades ;

!Ie nnd hops! And yet. after one per- ; Mr Harden moved that Wm S. Green be appointed bscriber, AuenN, tor The Etna Iu- BBLS New .York CUntied,just received, THE Copartnership 1 heretofore exi:tin undei lot kegs NaiN, assorted sizes;

'In l has enjoyed it. affording him news.from. city PIiyficiHn flr the enduing year. THE Co.," .' The Prl1tt'ctiIIIlIsur.tltre 50 and for site by finn of J. D. ATKINS &Co", is this day 5'JO' lbs Cast and German Steel;

;11 Paris of ihe world and useful ihoiights '1n Ordered thai ihe Marshal report all nuisances to Co ,"and The H jrlf. InsunnceCo', '.," of Hart- Jot" ItT C A GREEN & Co. (ijwjnbed by inntu.il cna--ent. All persons Inrlebtd 20 doz> CoUir.'s Axes Georgia and Kentucky .,
loilie late make
firm
? all that him thg Hoard .1 HfMllh. lord, Conn.., are prepared to 'take. ) Fire, Inland \\"iIlIllea"e payment"f pattern; 0
S interest as a nran and$ :i ciii- 0 Cranberrios. ,) the und" rsi i Med, who will continue theGrorerv .
Zen', it On motion of Ir. Huqhes, the Council went a retitain to he e-ij-ijHiJ ItR..rPCi of : god Hire. J DAY & Co. N hf and qr. bbls. j it recived and for sale b> business on his own account, at No. 53 n.a.It'r' 4 do Coffee Mills
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officers and
1hf',11 in the Eitflp elsewhere into the elr'ciion of City on counting
town or and I Jan 11 treet. HENRY YOU \GS.
4 ; Dec as, 154S. C A GREEN & Co 0 10 kegs 5 and ti t inch Spike : far sale by
It promote trade ami finds e.tnnhiymenf. the halloli Apalichicola Dec 14, 1S-IS. C. A.GREEN&Co.Dee .
?nd markets dr and raulions Win. Vaileau was declared elected Clerk and 0 Yellow Potatoes.
good, a2a0"1; The Protection Insurance Co. of 29 52 Water street. .
fraucU and BBLS. in fine order, lor salt by Notice.SIX .
Treasirpr
accidenif and gives subjects for I N.\v Jqrsey. 100 Jn; 11 C A GREEN & Co. weeks after date I t\ill apply to the Hon. Hoots and Shoes, 0
conversation ; and there imie who Alex McAlpin was dcclarrd elected City Mar.fh"l. the above
think snbscrib
U" r being appointed by
SALE
THE : of Probate, for Calh u>\ county, Flnr- by tl.e! package, by
this FOR
Article dear, thnnsh the IIwifalv. c"ue l.. I their agent I for this city is now Hemp and Cotton Duck. id.i, fur letter !f adrnini-lration' in the estate 1 ol 19 D B WOOD. .,

barley.water 1 is paid for cheerfully. (low 14I1ti Oliver Crawford was declared elected Harbor prepar. d 10 take Fire and Marine Ri!k* A FINE assortment just received Iruiii Nev' William G. Kelly, decea*.d, Life nf faid r..u-il\. To Kent.
h the ho.Iy a heiii-r May 11 I. 1848. THO L. MITCHEL. V..rkfursoileby .0 "
[ than MATILDA. KELLY. .
paymaster lfM.ItrIwnj. Jan of Ihe Fire- rut f ture. Xo. 24 Water #'JII
the 11 C A GREEN
& Co-
mind and are things of tn momei.t ; j. Lucas was declared elected City Tax Collector HE consignee of Goods marked A. B., per -. December 23. t S I IS. '_49fiivI PART Enquire of D B WGOLJ.N"v . ...
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the more prize l than things of moment ? I IK' 0 T bark Edward, frnm New York will please 0 Rio Co'cc. 0 I For .Sale.f 13 ,:.- ff_ fa -* ..

trao"ient tickling of the stomach! nfl j The following bill were presented and referred make himself known to 50 S\CL pntne.iree: new crop, just re ) M10GANY COUhlll. '. .'eneskAt- Provsosus. ; ;

more Consequence than the itnpidvem'ent of i to tlie' onmitt.ee on hair: 0 WM. G. PORTER.& Co received, and [or ale |bv. '; 4 Ay to B. S. HAWLEY \\I! ',. (1)"Ok Ic..r ...U :r. .

be. miod tod the I Icforifcatjoa that U' eseg. I B. Lucas; for eemce* u City Maithal..,.$44 40 Jn 4J 1849. \\ wate suke. jan /. C I GilEEN ii Co. K 01'l .' <-tilumbtu- ULck... --B"'O-- -. .).. :, h, b:'j uM;! "-'.,

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matter whether the result of inherent or 1GI1LY IMPOKTANT WORK majr dangtrotu! All
:la cause I Tax Collector's Sale; 1 I ?LtBI [ iotittLSta1eofFZoridaSa1lfl I infringements of the copyright are

: causes: produced by irregularity, illness or acci* BY virtue of the authority in me vested by law, Child-Birth : and cheats will only sell abridged cr prosecuted altered ;

di ent. Nothing can be more surpriMii;; than its will expose to sale, before the Court House Rosa A Valuable Scientific Work, upon the Subject This i ia the only original and trua wojk copies. .....

i inyigoratin ctleoton the human frame. PerJ J oor, in the City of Apalachicola, on Mo iday County; of Gestation and Child-Birlh, by fl. .AI. no other can le genuine. Send by mail as above*
cI sons all weakness a.jd lassitude, from taking it, I Iat t the 1'Jth day of March IblT) between the hours
: Burnetta JtrEISSEUIOFF, M. D., late of Pans, it is the only sure way to secure the work.....1
once become robust and full of energy under % i its influence. It immediately counteracts the i inervele estate, situated in the City of Apalachicola, (assessed vs. >
discovered information perfect safety.
female which i is thereat Moses Murphy. ) This Work contains recently -
sncss of the frame, s as the property of Lewis Curtis and Joseph -
g cause of Barrenness. It will not be ex- j Delatield, Trustees of the Apalachicola Land( T T appearing, bvaffilavit, that Moses Murphy, upon a subject of the highest importance FRESH ARRIVAL OF -

pectod of us, in cases ot so delicate a nature, to < (Company,) or so much thereof as will pay the I[ "defendent'in the bill aforesaid, resides beyond to Married Persons or those contemplating Mar- Drags, Medicines, Paints Oils
,
limit of the State of Florida : It is ordered, be found of special value to those ,
the will
? riae. It
exhibit certificates of cures performed but we j I Taxes for ISIS, assessed thereon, for the State ye-StnfTs, Perfumery Ac.
the afllicted that hundred of of Florida and of That said defendant appear and answer the said Whose means, health or other circumstances, do K ,
can assure cases ; i (the County Franklin, together : THE undersigned returns his
that the betaken number.of their thanks
the
bill within three months, or same them to increase
have been reported to us. Thousands of cases with the cost of advertisement and sale, and not permit to his friends and the
where families: have been \\ithout children, after j which said real estate is described as follows, in ; pro coiifcsso again him ; and it is further family, without great inconvenience, suffering tIese or liberal patronage, and public for their
.. ordered, that a copy of this order be published risk of life. A method of avoiding begs to inlorra
perhaps
% usim: a few bottles of this invaluable medicine, t the Map of said City, viz ; that he is now
have bocn bL-ssed with fi.ie / Lois Nos in some newspaper in the Western Circuit of troubles and dangers at will, (recent lydiscovered receiving an addition
healthy o/f-pring. Wharf 7, 8,0-100 feet each. al supply, which added
to his
week for the ) is fully communicated former
consecutively
Floridi French
once a space by a celebrated Physician
To ifloticrs aiKi lnrrJcd Ladies. Lots 6 and 7 in Block I 7. stock, renders his
assortment
Dr. Towjisciiil's Sirsti; : >:irillt.Wti'vlsr .
of three months. in this work so that any person may unusually large
This Extract of Sarsapirilla has been expressly Lots 2, 3, .1, 3, G, 7, S, 9, in Block IS. and complete- English, French
German
aid Slewing ol the .\.s. GEORGE S. HAWKINS, himself of it at once, without purchasing and
prepared in reference to female corn; laints. Pso Lots 4, 7, 8, 13, 14,15,16,17, IS, in Block E2. avail American Drugs ; Cosmetics
The tn >U extraordinary M 'licm.- the World Judge of the Western Circuit ot Florida. instrument, medicine, or other article, from ; Perfumery; Class
female who has reason to suppose she is approaching Lots 6, 7, tJ, 11, in Block F2. any and Druggists Glass ware tc.
Tnis Evtnc; is ,ut u > inQurt; flt(1'4( : it i is six '" Lot 3 in Block DO. September 20, IS IS._37-3m t the author. The means ol prevention here set &c are offerer'
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i that critical' period, The turn of life, to Physicians, Country Merchants
iloitfi ataI 1 .irrj'ited nothing, and are within aid ethers
times cina 'r, iM-, superior forth cost comparatively 01
; sliould neglect to take it, as it is a certain prevctitative Lots, 7?, S in Block 1. In Chancery. the most liberal terms-all of which
l'o a'iv sol L !1. If curi\s wiih! nit in Block the reach of all. The process i< new, safe, infallible he'warranti
for any of the numerous and horrible Lots2,3,4,6,7,8, 0, 4. Raphael J. Moes Adtr'r cc pure and unadulterated.
Vt) fltfLtV ; ;r diseases: to which females are subject at this time Lots 4, T, G, 7, S in Block 8. bonis non, of (he. estate of convenient, simple, and cannot injure H. F. ABELL
delicate. Nor does it
a.iit1fl! ? lh Patient health of the most ,
of J J JiJe. This period marhe delayed Jar stttralyars Lots 1 to 10, in Block 1U. John Locke, d-ce-.tscd, Bill for Relief, the Wholesale and Retail
TJie ?it bvity a i 1 s-i, eri rity of 1 his Sarsvall curtail matrimonial privileges in the least.Morally Druggist,
Sfn Lois (3 in Block 21.
I 3 J
by ?;cisg f'iis medicine. Nt-r I is it les valuable 1,2, 7,8, 0,10, vs. I &c. -ir;
jirifla wer olh
rI11e.ite4 ths .1U MS?, it i ivijj M-ate* the (bxly. It as it i iscalcnliicd to assist nature, by quickening Lots, i,5f,7, in Block-I". Cows cl. al. The object ot this work can be shown to be of

i is Ol 3 of tV V fV stSPtti t the: blod and invigorating the
NV. A \ 0 St M \E 7.I H K'1 I tliis! fnedirin! < is i iin'almWc fur all l I t the delicate Lots 1 to 10, in Block fl. UPON cause, and il being made to appear by principles of prudence, political economy and p THH: subscriber lias, and will
ih t'j w'jii 4e
Ever & .VH : it nj! purifi $ disia if ciratt't.fl4z
aid sJrulh 't s ii i rs i *r
n, | It braces the wlnla Lots( 2 to 10. in Block 31. produced ientifieallv and without injury to assortment of DRUGS
.i'a 'si ej 1 system, renews pormanenfIv L Hp: G"d%vin & Cons, Asi Gove, J. D- Slci'd.ird.and ( -=- ; ar.d M
,. fi.lrp (Vt I # : ; ver l I the natnr.il energies, by ivmovinc; ( lie inipuril'n"t i Lots Cj, 7, s 9, 1 I''.', in Block 1SS. Jolm I). fc Albert L. L".ckp, defendants the constitution, which tl'oustnd. ott.-mpl to accomplish CINES, which he will warrant nr
'1 i 14i ;' ? seraidIt ;
%-1'ri alUj I to j.ro- Lot.sCto I I'\ in i Block J I. i in I li e t bill I I iiHl in I Itti-i i cause, reside beyond by the most i"iwise and reprehensible and of I fhe best (lUaIil) ('oIintI%

1 ) t) j d'ie subs.I'l.'nt rela\ati, which is the case of Lois 1 to'jo), in Block LI.L 1 the limits! of f t the Snte <.: Fl-.rida, but within the means. The object is bv no means .IPW Io the Merchant* and Planters will fit.d it

vithi i 1 I 4t .r i i ?nod, th >l publication be world. The moans will be esteemed by nil scientific to their advantage to eat!, exan-inc and j.r.ce hiGloods
at i iof i V? H -
e.i: v I t' 'iT I t-; ;'-hv.-s; i di-'ftjsj. By usl'u: a few hot lie? of this medicine, Also-All I I L-aiid: lying on t HIP \Vet f side of t IheAp. ;-n (:li> in the Cornmrrc-i.il Advetlisspr for the space right-minded and sensible prop'mas' a before |'urclia-ir{; e1sc Icr.

C41j I i :i tt i miuy spvrifp and painful; I surgical (Pe.Lt Ions may lachi<*ol.i Bty, Noith; and We-t of I the City of I IApilachicol.i of lotsr' t months t I ir.uiring| said defendants pcrFooiiHv discovery in phy ioU.gy of the l-ighp- ccn equence N. B. Physician's prescriptions Vut> willcare
I up
1.4 I ) t s t v- p.isi
tnir \ I b tF.VIatItL.4l. to t tif! Western boundaries of I 1 |o lie aiti a '-' ,I before t fliis Corrt.on tliefust to public morals and hm.appine"s. and accuracy at any hour cl thedaj rr nigh
t.24 I. ( 13ICSSZ1 T91tVS atzJ l Franklin County ; als", St. % i iccut's Island. St. The Instisicf of iVatiire.
) & :fl InIl Mond.iy; in Mairh not, I then and thereto J- C. ALLEN,
c t'c p1 jjflratP George'Mand'( arki l Dog f Islind, (eircliij-ive of Love and the desire for union between the March
C I i J c I'(! an-AVtr, pl'-ad to or deurto: said bill filed in this 21 Cer. Centre and! Corrntfrce s-ts.
\v i.1 1 o f \ .m r r a i stvy. H thflsifi'st and most cfli-ctujl medicine f r I that t j portion wu*>ilby cause, Hlierwi-'e' that ( !:P same be taken as con- sexes, will be indulged, t taltc! of prudence as we
Dr. Tovnl'< > "- M'411 i ivi *. ri! i purifying t foe FVs=f fm, arid rolii-ving I Ihe b1f! ws',' *t r tu jt'.v. I'" 1'i ; wh hive I lint of I lie of I ApalachicoLi and bord"inon
:b tnt upon child-birth ever discovered. I Il Bay for.v..rd Io caof!: tUTvndants a copy of the bill t a debasement of ont sex, and the criminal WATChND! CLOCK MAKER
lid Vi ir u i *1 ;r .. > -rry V itt* -Tvlsr m.di'vli strengthen: bulb the mother and child, prevents St. G curb's Sound, and running list io t Ihem"iith filed liLK'isi i indulgence of the natural instinct, very often ,

II' ? tIT I 1' -I .? i ; tt "M: iuy nt'i, r the : aia avJ: disease, I'mcreat and punches I fhe food, dt Now River, from thence in adiroj-t lime JKORGE; : S. HAWKINS, Judge suffering and misery of the most fearful roaracter. Second Story Balt/dl's Bin Idi rLr,
li !*-; ; rt* *tl I isi- -4-. aul I bfitirht to time Chipolt Cnt-ofi', following t the ( ntrance "'' (('f.rMr.m-s. )
li' 4 I ;i 'r1 'ivj. %- i ; r trili-in iii''I IirVi I I IytetL41tl1 \is highly useful br.tii before and-afler! confinetn cola River d >vvu to ils moot tm, including Forbn's A Trtip Copy-Attest : the right to marry and to regulate Ine ip.>:inct of AI'ALcnIcot..A, K*.

i, w s $I "< i'ii 't'i, I nt, a* i il prcvc'its: disaasos at m end uit upon Island (s.> called) : (lie whol'- containing 2S5niJOacr.'S WILMAM VAI.I.KAU, Clprk. nature ? N B Watches, Clocks ;ar.d! Jeveln cart 'ullvrepanvd.

t&tji' tsr i ii1r. 1 r. hi I. i i c1svrI 1121Jrmi'm -i.i CosfivenpsPiles, ('ramps, S'vellHroi'fhe of f 1 third I quality I of Liiid, and 10'JO of 2d Oct.ber: l lit'! I IS I*. oct2l.4fl.ImScateofL'2o'da5anta To mi;;: Iflarrsctf People. ---- Ocfcb* r-JI.: I J-n "
i I fl4, C3fl
ti a !
t.J I Iei1ii4v I Feet, ljspondi>n %y, 1 Heart 1 burn, Yotniii'Uf qualilv. Young Married People, wh sv tirI'Iiif4 are Mljvf
I i i vMiJy.. Tus BF.XJ. LUCAS Tax Rosa ATHENjEUjjSon
r4 : i As
i itt44 Pain iu th.j Bark :and: Loin*, False Pains =pss-r and established! will fnd in this work rnatur fo
,trt1l i :r ) Coliccor I for Frai'klin Ctzi3-.
and: i in regulafim'g Ilie pwretion* r.nd Ccnnty.Apaluhicvl interest thorn deeply, antI, information f tIe\: 5:1?,? aitijiti
it2vT a.i !; LrJii1, i. O.-lob-r) 7, I IS is. 'S'iinB. ( IN CHANCERY.
i circulation it ul Tlior
t.A4 11.t tI1 time ha* no equ highest value, which they phould not 01 any account
ii re L V '.1 i' : t ; gh'e'ietivitv i ': t boan'y' of f llii't' rriwlifiuf is il i is always safe, iffsos & Co., Cor. 'iY,2ercesift Abigail; Grant, bo ignorant of. Hundreds of M.nmd*
it I t'i t mlir vs. > Bill f.-r Divr.rcc. r pro; rirtoi: c.f f the Atl.fr.scnrr.
'fl11q P.
: ;4 1i 1 ling;
a-id th'i in-ist dliedte use it most sucvvs-; fully, ;1c. People, now advanced in life, have assured (the J.
d4 fi. I \ e t I 1 % 4 rte. William Gra'.f.. ) S.li-nr. ta' ii-td c-vrry rr.d. a\tr tt riit.h .
very few ca cs require 3iy! otlu-r ni-nliciuc- SHIP C1IANDLKUY.T.N"ILL author that if they had possessed Mich a treasure
e2i : 5jiV:2Pti1. S'j'na little Cj1nr Oil, or :M i i iK'-i.i, i is ,usM'ul.Kv \ \ and Hemp Cordage if all siLL ]"T appf arim, by aflilavif, that William Grant, i in early life, if would have saved them"more ti.au t f--fblisf''fr:; f an agret.hjt. | Idftcj t- t rt,
( : : th'tt .idatit i in and i> I thn-ikin'' rhaf
I ll-e bill I filr d the above '
(:14&I'.1. I 4 ( t .I : I m cause, an evrr (ii ( nnm.ulif I th.e .
r* l lI : rci itt food g
e I the open air, aid li'JC'.t' \villi ii- 1 H.imsroiiiipVorrnline i I Mailitie half the suffering and deprivation they have since i
car-l- -i- i- : -. Ma I': > 1. Lu\r C >'i- 'lri'ie; will s.il'e and piiim- i reside beyond \\\\c\\ I liinilof m I he State of Florida, -. Liendaret !nrnvf by Iihr:,l \J'uflr.u.tP il.nr ni \ natiOn
t ne always e'iuro a con- .
easy ynrnpdkiirn, )'>im Oil Tall! do. Whale do Olive)!
j)141 i I'.C.i': I 'i'.ir'i' rjj.ir' :*, A' ''rni.Siifiijrf it- (1 iinttit. do, I Lir.-ced do,, Raw do,, Boiled do. S.urils t, Turnliif 1 hul witit; !; : the United St-itfs: : II ordered, That Unhappy Wit'cs. .f l.isd.-sirp to pk-.i-e. It: will alu.\- I.i'jee L.-f |, a
-'Jl: 'I), f :-4; P.t V/iniow! < ;
1 1Tlio iass| H.JJr
Notice So Jlie L111iC. |) ) nt. Putly, \Vinlt: Unhappy Wives who feel that their (
V'iii' 'rt > !' *. 1 ), -i" J* *r Pr i'He*' E- pthat imitate Dr. TO-.V-HVI 1'sSars.iparilh: I L >,id, I lii-'l t do, Yi'llow Ochre, (Jim rHit* ( Jiern, \<-iiliin 1 1 tlirce! mnrilhs, or> I h.: :t t the same bo I taken condition and heal ,h totally unfit I them to physical become -s, .1 sOl t to tickle lf>e f i.fr.; sh.crus' >l 01,1

4)t1rt ). i :i t I ., have invariably railed thfirslufl'a! i Kui'Ttild; do, I lui!>eriil; I do, Clironi" \'iIiov'r.- pro cunfcMo ; and that a ropy of this order be 1 iofst fusftdif.H .striji ; at d iC ; -lers.

far Ff miles, &.". &c., and IIUVP threat Itrmrdt/(bills disris 1 [Liiinragt'I Siiljihur, IrigImt Y.inn ih, (;oi ;il I publi !lnd in some npws;>?;pcr in the Western the mothers of a numerous (.ui4ori!ig, ind who ( ol id ddurn.us; f ie..li lr> tn tht-ir nafjvf brkt..
copied our do Tar Ro.-m l Pitch -miiie. Circuit of Florida i hr flie of three reasonably fear that o.ch ppnod ti>t con fine mm' For *
Spt Turi Coal, Paint I s/-.co| months. a plei >avil < 4 innnrglir g .i ixtrtufiw yj
Vir k, \ii: ISI7.Dr. and circulars which relates to IMP complaints of !, -. Yarn Hi do, Tnrd", crib do. Cl.jmp do, GF.ORGE S HAWKINS.Judje will terminate their esi-tence, will hail the du-: 'T! -j:!-mile crm djrrt :-re is 1.1 1 il 1.
woman, word for word- >tier mfi'i who put up L-Jiii|> hick, ClMlk. Wliitin:, Russia Due; !; JJnij.lish of the Western Circut of Florida. covery of this certain moans of relief with unbounded the circle cf f s\niiaj-tirs u.gv.illiirj
T ..v: IM! T vnk h 'h va tY t ywr Sirof ( ; to ci ;,r. nut
.' .vj m?didli-! have, since fie! great success of Dr. i ; do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens o'o, I l4igitt i do, September, 11'i. 373mDRAFTS joyLet all such unfortunate and unhappy a gtrrifoi' (ten pbs: Lut lln.se KIJ
titriIEi r4)-'Iefll's: Samparilla in t cornplainls incident fo White, Blue; and ll I d Buntin?, Xai i Is, Copper do, wives lose no time in obtaining this important pulVrrii<
"ivi U *. I Hn *'>r ---v jrii VU r4 h '1 active arr.us rif.erif'can alwr-vs iut.c a land.
n' do
females, recommended! I heirs, although pieviously Tacks, Sii! ,> Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screw, Exclinze. work. It will bo to them a praci'-'H "
lit! C 'I '>- It h v nnl I v >. > '. Atl l I did number .l? ck Screw*, Anchor?, Iland-jiikf, Capst.tin Come one-cu..rall..
they not. A of I Jlies<; Mivlmes on New York, Boston, Providence, boon through life, and prevent an early and
itt I ri l J1--5* pui'i i 'i'.l' 1. h< ui. 'U pIt, &"., are injurious; to females? astheyaggrevate t Bar.Oirs, f'o/itf! Shive.-, Jib Hanks JJ.nid aid Baltimore, bought ; and I death. many JOHN B JONFSAr'alacuieolaDee.

s. *'-', 4 I .vii"i'v! 'i 1:t.l.-i I t id rj.l.icrfsl, di&rase, and! undermine t the constitution.ftcrnftila Piima1, t : lncke1s. Ced tr (10. 1)e! Uhounis, Sight Checks on New York sold by premature f\{ i'i. 5"-il

; li ii I i it ,*t 1 t-i iiv, f !3 1-: yiy! !i i'i: votir Corn (to. C. (' : 'IaIb1s, arvirigt1n, AxrsxiIrlv' Hereditary Diseases. :
WM. (;
PORTER Co. urd\vir
Cnrel. I I : !cs ,nfi Iiii mhlt-'s Box 1 1 noks Bale (10 k ; Siip Cliandlery, Ac.
Scrofula
I Ii ,
liii .i ,
LT1 arillt i irt 1i a \voiwrvi Consumption Insanity, Apoplexy,
Tiiis certii 'ale conclusively proves I that I this Cn (10. ) tOi (1( ) do, ['ish do, ( auki! n : Agents Bank of Brunswick, Disease i j lir.t: Su'xrnb: rs Ir-tve oil l.aiidli-r ...ilr -
t I of the Heart and other horrible -
'r's >
irfi ciltitb j i t1. a-n; nnvr c' m-
S imparilla Ins perfect control over the roost t ol t>- I rOns, ltkii Iron '.1rliae Sjikes, SIiiji Scm.J'tng .: Dec 39: 41 Water street. -L LOCKS averted, I'uirS IIin
a,14 t i v All f 'iiJ *'<*-'. I rai-v U u blwS: plaints, capable of transmissi' n from parei.t' tt, ;,
I) ( k's
stinate diseases of the Blood. Throe ippr. 'J'.irmmintors H!'id--m ..
: <, MilKm
t'ri.s..rumt Jo
persons 1Iti,.
'l ht-s 1 1't m \r >'i '*.n w il im.igineihat child, afflict worthy people, who at tht ; ,
-
i" nv i; i cured i'i one house is unpreccdenttd.Tiiree l Divider.Coniti3SP.s, | ; Sail Needles, Sail Twi, 1111)S; Si: Croix Sugar ; many C'oiiM.ts 1 i n < 'i iii i. .'. 'liritvrt1, : ChiIH e. Pump l do. Shovels, Hammers, Hiitchels. Chisel iiOLbl-StCruix i in the marriage stale as their more fortunate fellow iittsRnl Ievd NS-jiiare?, 1 r ,
Dr. To.vn-eii'l! : Lear Sir-I have thv! pleasure Sii! i|> do, Ci'llii! do, A lzi*. I Hafcl.MI!,. ,.
\v -1 tt'.T1:1/-. 'o Gath irin? et.Cus Auur>, PI tni-, I H.uidaivvs, Gjmbet.s! I lland iiw T> l vStfwsiri's: Lo/ beings. Shall -uch f-rsonsrefrain from marriage j
(o inform you thai three of my children hive File I Mnl T.i'l t do I Iron iziers, Shutter I 1atiaii lihmnd '
iT1c! :; Hii.: ?, 1tmares, C ipbourd Lock, 10 b.h! ground on I this account, or shall t'r!: marry and ,
'fbii ;itf! 4I I.% 4 :i *ui (4.j;. bean cared of the Scrofula by (the use of your cxcellont Stock do, I Hooks and St-iole, I llmcc- I dlocks*, 100 s-icks Rio Coflpp; HO do Java give birth to a feeble oC pnng. destined to a life Ctinnter Scales, I?b'f 'ri do, CYlt ti n c,-,
medicine. They were afllicted severely Wood S.iws, IVndant llaulyards I I I Hand I Lines Ki'cr.enVare, Ta!'! S? *
very e Ciitieiy, u\i-l
of lli n-n ;us n iht Pr Ta-.vn1?* < Sir.iipmlli i"J ,1. i .. -IU bvs Aromatic Tobacco of suffering( or an early death! ; Tre answer to 31
with bud Sores : have taken only four bottles eepea ( fl. (10. Fiii do, hand Liads, I ir ; T nZ. Fire f Frors. &I.BLAK311111s' .
lu car-'J, The i i t 'v rc a4141 chronic HO MulVd do" such serious (questions will be fou-ul in the work
it (Jo, 1'.t (it), 1ur do, Funnels, ltrm1JItrmi ;
; took tharn for which I feel
; away, myself Util-vvs.! Anvil-i! SIrdrt-s.
p
ci 3.irakf\ er&ii1ei Uy UsextrarJinary under great obligation Clrdk Li ri's, Pm teli Pots, Log Books, C.,rgo (10, 20( Sperm Candles: 50 bvs brown Soap; here recommended. IIumrrrtTices 4.** I
vir1ie. I-1.iyhi 1'it Tin \Vare, Crockery, Cdrj'entrr' ; 100) ln-s: Shot ; 50 kegs Powder; EarSy IJsrja cs. Serwpl itei, eL. *'"'
Yours >
_I jlfla4 Ci nii a, i: nu 'f th'id respectfully, Took l S.iin.vcn Post, &c tc. 1'JfiO) Ibs Lead ; Early Marrhtrcs are stronglv sdvisod by"all 1)ies, Ton- Files I ? &r.

t1J! 11 11 1i( AVIt1 fl, 4LI'X tI'$ I'4 t'ul, ii thc Opinions ISAAC W.of CRAIS, \\riioster-s.t.. A41ichicohi! DPC 9, 1817. _ 1200 lews While Load, Xo. 1 1Ectra and Pure philosophers ar.d: writer.opon.social and p >liiicil IRON-s wced'J r.n :lHhoml l American, anrlr !,

'* f Iti I!v. ftt'ivi ; 1.i ttr: Di JIsysi ::as traceries : ; ui ) J'S.I For sale by WAI. G. PORTER & CO. subjects. Early M images beyond all <;twsti.tn r.'mntLfl.tt{ tiiiI l <{ vIr >, Bav.dIf.'p. S-tf| a' it t
1JUA- 4I'i 1fin 1 tI], S ptT I 11 I, IS Il.Dr. Townsiiid is almost daily receiving rdrfron.Pimyci.Ln tend Boil r i'e Lauir'd;: S'i.e; do iii ,.., .
in difl'-'renl: of the Union. RIO I (COFFER, Java du, Sf. Domingo do, D.--c30 -11 1 Water street. to promote virli ti.? aid happiness ; and with! Iron
.1'- v IJ T|- ) "tr SMrreative.mcltwH I ; and Nail*, Ca>t, ir.gii9h/Lli>;u r as
to certify that I the German
we, undersigned, Sed.2LO'GNSili'.
1 ir ni n v in A-.th;t I l'i' lli: Mniti l.'VaM1: ? off1*'* tin I r.' jJ! n"4 o t, sh.p 1 orwillc. Physicians of t the City of Al'nny, have innuineroyscjses 1 Iy d. do, totcliong un, t D"1 BLAKK'S Aromatic' Bitters, just received I into without 'tear of incurring ies'osibilitiesvhic1i i [ an ? I.nlbk Crrr.leLkrCorirr -,

T hil ii3: n' u ,

lim'>* wr. I t.-i.-i'i t l/ : ,t1 i. I i ve nt I | and l I b Mi l i eve ito\ ba OUP of t the I nosl valuable I preparations der.s, loldss, \\Tf15f., i\1es antI I'riiiie Jkef, April 13 J C ALLEN. Over PopssJttSJosa of Slie Est3s. shvrts and S--af<.s. V Ve !ing Int! >; tli-M-! !: ,
iu the market.II. : _; and i'rnme, Pork. IltICrrE-I.! Shad L.anp ntt Cr,1'r Ie'COIDiGEautfl -
.i :ti tt. have ,
four b ltlof y I ir : ; > : i AT TJOV j Over
oj tho earth
Populalif.n I need be '
I' PUM.N'G: M. D.J. Ilrmring, Sounds and Tongtm Cod Fisti : n ionjrerapprehended. .-
1'oiut.s d I } It
done mire th'n > c i'i ni-a rl d *lhr* warth ofgood. Sctih Trip lculai inns : rna.isr.rrvI. Pitc1Tir. ?

You ar 't IiIv'rty ti u this lur the bsnefitof K.. \VifX B. i'.lllGGS.; ): M. M.1). D. Ci1iirs: ,, Pi"hts fiCfS, ,Cmtsups Soap, Starch, I'eer, Tobicco Sa mice. ()1 t yes 3GRO'o Scotch Snuff, in half bodies,jut( re- the wild fears of R p.i.'jrrt' Dale! O of.ven Miilthus, are alike und : Rn : C'P Tar, Rriit Varnish, Har.d-
; Nivj sikoBlurlc..". Oars
the auItl.Yjiri. i' i: IL.MKXCOHFM.: I D. Bread, l'ilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits for suite by rendered bisrIess by tmi3' t'arery I'rre communicated CASTINGS tec

c +qy, Albany, Ayri) I, 1847.O.ving fleans, S mit. Uaiens, Macaroni, Vrmnac,11j, Arrow April 13 | J C ALLEN. to I the world. -' The control of men tunr Kdilfit. Mills pad Csulilro -

J.tajis C uM'.1N : C ID I. RootCorn, Oas, Buckwheat: Mulard, U ice. over his accidents," in this respect at least, i i. -t, !fakeovcns, Spitfers! Pits, Enameled
'vr ai 1 /a. to (the great success and immense sale For sale by B. ELLISON & CO. Warranted to Cure." here established. The wisdom of oxerci-niic l\f tMrs, Tea :ettes.! JCP.TINV.'AKK .

Dr. Trv H- j 4 2r. i irt t i i e ji t1Ie it n I Ie of Dr. Towns nTs: Sarsaparilla, a number of men Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut Ms.Stationery. C OSTER & COXE'S genuine Southern Tonicctiipnidi.d 1, such control, none who! give the subject a moment's : -.--A full a< iifiisrnf.Whrltsi'le .

14:%; of the Ci1l: au 'v'r aJ \ n-- ]'"-t'ilb who' WP"P fonnorly: our Agents, have comuipncedm : ;;: from I medicines of cur own E consideration can doubi.B5osjcsty or rt.mit.RIE'N.

1..ttr ii o t v s. f ti I. 4 -.ve iki'ig Sjr virilla Evtracls, Elixirs, Bitter, Evncts foivsls, a pe ft-cl t and lasting I cure for fever and ALLEN &. Co.
received
hive trn t' t'i ii of hkchaiactr. ( of t Yellow Djclc &c. ,TUST Wilting material of rrr.y do- ague, and: for being 1 the L'e4 Tonic in cases of : of *!ae T9rork.grj :. Arl mri'ireh Jn'n.tmbcrflcrs ; i
Tliey genr.-rally put i;71 lioi! co'isi-stiti i of line mr-talic IVis, of I general[ debililv or weakness now known for sale There rs no deception cr hurr.buggpry ofany
it I in ,
U;> the -irne shaped bottles, and some of superior (i-rililies I ; tit French and hind! about tb's ik. i* what A C,
Cap ; Letter wr precisely !
O v- i, M Ot -2 is 17.u them have stole and by [April -27? ] II F ABELL.MOFFAT'S .
copied our advertisements t Paper ; Mem. Books ; large blank b-Miks, Lodgers, its t litle i indic.,!e a scien, 'tic publication, containing take this methcd r-f inform
Dr. T4v'I 1 : 0 'ir Str- ; wife b ttL of ialLt of \ \
t ) vo-ir u\\t
v.iMr ) N i \ avoided
ers and Clasps ;. Bills of Lading, blank BilU of r just received and for sale by people, or those conteii>oj.iling mivrv.ge, expressed that lie\! have ivvv t>n hand a very neat
McNair of Kiluntzu t ID it f the Fe-
try > r
Principal Olfice, 120 FULTON Street, Sun Exchange, Dray Receipts, blank Manifests, ice. ; Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN. in plain language which all can understand and well elpf led Stock of GOODS which will be
aril II4.ire I Inl I fni ; >el ths first
ver Aju; i N.
Building, Y.; Redding & Co., 8 Slate street, Inks, black, blue and red for with
sale ;
wur's sold low
by no co'isi-'ting in asfoliri\vs
unnecessary i merely part
:
bottle, it ap.ieirad \virn: tha !p1! nl I, a-l I -ever B-istin Dyott & Sons 132 North Second strict Thompson's Compound Syrup of pu.
; Sept 23 J. C. ALLEN' to swell the number of i i's Cloths
Ttiovrh.de and Cas-Mrrcres various si'.fc
pages. J JFancv ,
other diy, vv'i j i tl_ C ulU ..v1 1 rV/.T ariejr.; : 1, Philadelphia ; S. S. Ifance, Dru-rgist, Baltimore; Tar and Wood Naptha, is told and the

they were I Ia
ijhel! the bittl *. s
she WM nrich batter tlin: s'i !v l b ;."i bafore Aftmiy ; and by all time principal Druggists and J York, While Lead pure No 1 and extra. Oils of the heart, livir complaints, and affections of out may of it at once, with Fr.K Rvue,

she toik the A.i ?. Alilvt'ut% Inl I b.je'i very Mercha-if! s generally throughout the United States boiled and raw, Paris Green, Ycrdigris, I'rii--hn: the kidneys, for sale by other purchasing article ; any medicine, f trunient, or co. Mnntelh

sick with the C'lill ail L Ky.r.. bit !in I broke! r West Indies, and I he Canadas. Blue! Rod] and Yellow Ochre, Chrome Yi-llow ICE 10 J C ALLEN. from the author. The means of
th 'm with Q'li-ii i IN ait 1 WH Mt i'i a vi ry weak For sale wholesale and retail byII and Chrome Green with all the other varieties protection which it recommends may also bee F.ncy Ci.sf.mere Rifesdo.
I tr.mi.il t I cveesliiv of colors Btiik: Books and Stationery. lied upon, without fear of disappointment or in Merino (tIP.un. .
and distre i u *t tit aa Iy F. ABELL, ; also, a large assortment of Paint Brush
with! the A na Cikmjjt'iepJLct that it had Mjy25, ISIS 19-ly Apalnchicola. es, all sizes, for sale by LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c. jury. Delaine do. *

on my .Vjft( ?, *he sent an I i>r i 'in>.l i fe.v !bottles, Sept 23 J. C. ALLFft. Foolscap and Letter Paper; Physicians, Professors, andCcrgyciicii Mu-lmn Iitdim

and it rest-ir l h
Yo-ir Sir niriila i* \-it'i' rit1 ibt, urei'ullel :- rpIIE subscribers' offer for sale a large and se L- Hart! ware.PLAIX.S Ship and River Bills Lading; In all parts of the counlry have given Ihoirfesfimony Edwins I.is: >, r;,>> and Thread

i in kin Letter Press. strongly in f-ivor of the ol;jects of this iia.p.:, !)atnak Silk

you think tli\tthi* <* ,'ntn-n ..i i will b; ol! use part of Draw Knives, Augurs, Auguc-r Bits:, Blank Rills of Exchangp and Checks, work, and the nature of the discovery. We an do. Marino,

yo-iareat liberty! I IT si i i tt ** y ''i "'i n
II. Rules, Adzes, Wrenches, Saws, Locks, Honks DR. R. M. Tiican!
CiIl'UJSS SWAIN. Bin.r-.ips aid Tweed-1, CEtlorororm Wrjsi.imory-Dear Sir : I should Gip py Htirmrls, latest| fashion
Ciikcr i '.i lisa MDHII.Rilo.v S-ipr plain black and fancy Casamercs, and Brads Staples, llutt*, Screws, I Hinges, Shutter Bolts: have no question whatever that the means recommended Ribbon' in all varitli itS

is ai 4C.vnt i'ri'- < lWr oiild savti.l. Suoer' E iglish,: and French Cloths, Tacks, Copper Wire, Melting Ladle*, Rat; WRRAKTED pure, just received and for in your work on Child-Birth, would Brown; Shirtirur, 7-S, 4and J 5-1

Dr. TKVHU'S Sirs u-ilU !m suvd Jin l lives Whitney Blankets, 10, 1 II I and l qrs.fliankets Trans ,Smith AXOQ, Hatchets, Cotlee Mills, Sledge Hammers N. v iff J C ALLEN. accomplish the t objects I intended, considered i in Bleached do. 7-S, 3-1,4-4:; 1U-1 and 11-4

ol tWmiis of r'lil !:r M. The loU-r-vi!:a twucertilcates ): :] 'S, 9 and I lOqrs.Mir.s.iilh'sQ'iilts For, Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &,c. reference to physiological principles alone, but I Blankets, C-4 and 8-1

aM sa1.t l 1 TI-J n u <.vut n rn'r i received 9, 10,11 1 and 12 qrs, 9.sale by B. ELLISON & Co. Dry Goods. have also the happiness to know that it has stood Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting

thi! week. Dsnirns, Kremlins and Cottonades, -_ Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. DRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs, the lest of practical experiment. Carpet Bags

Nvv Y >rk, V-iril I MM 7. Brovn Sliirtingnnd Sheeting, SWEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding and Gaiden Jeans Flannels, Blan Yours, truly, R. LE DOYEN, Hats and Caps all styles

Dr T4, \" s? il I : D.ir ''r-') te nf mv children Cottoti Osnaburgs I Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton and Wool i kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks, Professor of Midwifery, late of Paris. Boots and Shoes

WM very i..k t: .vit'i' i '
Throit, alteil-1 I I wJii .?r it d %'Ii1v. I It t camaneirdvirn. Linen and Cotton Checks, Pans, Ploughs, &c. &,c. for sale by For ale by B. ELLISON & CO. NEW YORK, August, IS-IS. Also, a neat assortment of JEWELRY, and"

I oViii-1 I < 1-1.3 of viur excellent! : t Irish Liupn, Shir'ing and Sheeting, B ELLISON & Co. Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts DR. R. M. WEISSv.LnoFy-Sjr : The moral many other articles too numerous to mention.

medici-i*, an 1 it c-ir-d it d'rvily, lor which Ia Bleiched Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, Dec 0 Cor. Wafer amLChestnut sts. Cider.Kf effect of such information as your work contains;, Call and examine for yourselves.

!nre you I fel verv g.-itX'U E iglish: French and American Prints, I believe to be decidedly salutary. The right of I M. N. SCOTT &. BROTHER,
Yrsr r Evfra uppr, phin and twilled Ginghams, BOOTS, Shoes' and Brogans, by thecase; O\J\ BBLS Dec Champagne, for sale by man to control the animal instincts cannot be Dec 23 Cor. Water and Centre sts.
Shoes 30 __
and Buskins B ELLISON
ir4tz: &iv!: rat FO AMJI, 27 :. Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, ; Co. questioned. I think the work will be the means

Pit Fits Fits Evfra super Muslin de Lame, Men's" Boys" and Youth'h" Brogans ; IiEtifNns, Shirtings and Prints, by the of doing much good. Iron, Nails, Ac.

Dr.Tvri I L n >t hivin tailed hi* Sripa Eugli.s'i: Scotch aud American do. Men's Boots finesew'tl Brogans;; baleand case, low for cash, by Rev- B. F. CROWLEY. Q 0 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes ;
pegged
: Super Italian black and figured Silks ; B. ELLISON & CO. 100 kegs Nails, do.
rilli ii cases of Fits of erirJ* never recommend fine -
el it, an 1 wis ?'irir .* l t'i r'ive the folloA'infr.in :r Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, Russet Brogans.sewed For Boots;! _Dec 9. Cor._Water and Chestnut sts.TaMiiei's' No. S Stanley Park, New York. 4 cask Weeding Hoes, assorted qualifies

an intelli. 'nt a-il I r.-.vjctable! Farmer inWestchester Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, B. sale by Oil, DR. WEISSKLHOFK: : The principle of 20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;

countv : Eiglisbandmerican Cotton Hkfs, Dec 0. Cor. ELLISON St. CO., sale by Chemestry applied to the hints regulating the 20JO English and AmeuicanVi.es'

V'.>rJn'nu! nit 13, I 1S17.Df I Madras and Verona head Ilk Is, Water and Chestnut sts. FOR 30 B ELLISON & Co. procreative function, as stated in your work on Bellows;

To.vnonl : l) > ir Sir-! hive a little irl Ladies'( Cotton Hose; and Gents Hf-hose, New Dry Goods. Wood Child-Birlh, would satisfy any well-informed T2 dozen Spades and Shovels;
Super Satin Marspillp* & Worsted Ware, erC. person that the object of that publication could 10 Collins' Axes;
even years of a \vh< hn lie -i civ'r.i! Vesting: ,
afflicted with Fits; we triel I al-nxt everything years 1: Cotton and Flax Thread, AUSTIN & LONG, successors fo J. Stevenson B \RREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tuba, Flour be attained with the most perfect ease, certainty 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards ;

for her, but without s !*>! <* ; at list, although wecoulJfiidnorecf Plain'and fU'd Swiss and checked Muslins, are just opening at the old stand, corner Pails, Measures, Trays, Axhelvcs, Buckets, and safely. J. L. SULLIVAN, 1 case Rowland's Cas steel Mill Saws,

Timenhti' n in our circulars for Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, of Wafer and Chestnut streets, an entire new Brooms, &c. &c. for salts bv Professor of Chemistry, New University. 1000 lbs Cast and German S.f eel, for sale by

cases like her*, n.. th vi t, as SIC W.H in NppdlfiS Pins, Tape, &c. &e stock of DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, &c. I to B. ELLISON fc Co. WM. G. PORTER & CO
very
delicate health, w? w.nl 1 jive h' r sonT? of your 5Which have been selected with great care I in which I they invite the attention of the former Dec 9._Cor. Wafer and Chestnut sis. Copies of this work will be sent, in a close envelope Dec30 41 Wafer streef. ..

Sim-milh, and! are very hd wa did, for it not New York and Bostonfrom Importersand Agents customers of (the old firm, and the public. Shaving Boxes. at single letter postage, to any part of the Boots and Shoes.

only restored hr stren t'i! bnt s'lehas! lud no return of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and Apalachicola, Nov. 11, ISIS. 43-Gm A LARGE and cheap lot of Shaving Boxes, United States tor $1 sent post paid, to -p OY'S and Men's Russet

of the Fits, to or r, it )leas-ire and sirprise. are now oflered wholes-lie or efail on favorable Note just received and for sale bv DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF.[ .1.)1 Men's sevv'd and Brogans ;

She i 14 fut b'-o-nin. nij ed and hearty, terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. Paper. Dec I) II F ABELL. Box 12710, New York Ci'ty. Gents fine Calf peg'd Kip Brogans ;
for which we feel grateful. Dec. 30, IS 17. t-41 Water street. JL"PERFORATED and Embossed Note Paper for Copyright secured. No Bookseller allowed I to \ BrogansVin's ;
sale "
by Piles.pVTTCHETT'S sell this work. peg'dand sevv'd Shoes; Children's dodo..
Yours, re-i, : -f(fully, Publication Office, 233 Broad I-
Dec Ladies'
9 Super Kid
celebrated and
JOIl 'lJUTLEll Jr. Letter Paper. J C ALLEN Spanish Specific, for way, New York Cily. Morocco Shoes ;
A REAMS fine .L/fcileby [Feb-24] H F ABEEL. Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.-
Fcmtlc Iftilicinc. I Letter Paper, just received CAUTION
Perfumery. A large and extensive assortment 'receivedt
just
JLly and for sale Hydrostatic Ink
Dr. Tovea ?n1*< Sirsipirilla i is a sovereign and( by A LARGE assortment of Extracts, Cologne FEW Hydrostatic Fountain. GC/-: Persons who wish! the Genuine Work andforsaleby WM. G PORTER & CO.
13. Ink
gpeely cure f>r Incipient Cons'mtion; Birrenne April J C ALLEN.WistJir's &c. &c. for sale by A Sand Boxes Fountains, Pen Racks, Dr. WeissclhofT with private notes added by Dec 30 41 Water street.
Paper Folders by his
Pralips'M llteriv <>r F'allin of the Womb, ,Dec9 J C ALLEN Stamps, Seals, own hand, can obtain it
Henry's
only magnesia
by
Paper
Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale sending directly ,
by
Pile Leacorrh Whites obBtructel
Convenes. ; ei, or anil to him
Swayiie'sBalszrn as he
t Gold Nov employs no
Pens Gold Pens 18 J C ALLEN. Agents whatever, and
Menstruiton. Incontinence
I ordilinlt
of Wild never sells the Sarsaparilla.
Cherry the latest vvprk at wholesale
of Urin, or involuntary disiharije thereof, and TUST received and for sale by OF received, and and for sale most approved style, just Starch. Book Agent, Pedlar, Postmaster or therefore Bookseller no "OULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's and Bailey's com

f er the general prostrition of the system- no J Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN. Nov 18 by J c ALLEN. f OLGATEP'S best Pearl Starch, for sale by can possibly furnish the genuine work. Beware, -U pound fluid extract jSarcaparilla. just received -'

Dec 9 H F ABEL'L. therefore, of false copies and imitations;'\vhich and for sale by
Feb
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