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,^'^a[J~M~VI~l' ] ^.*..,,-^..' APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1849. [NUMBER 51. ^+


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S51'ii e.aal SIrctory.


A. N.- McKAY. N C. ROBBINS. CHASE. PRATT.
A. N 1 Ic% ay & Co.
COM JNSS ON MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water-street,


3 ,r E At' ,A* DVE'RTISEP.R
jyMl'gJnyA ,IDV~lo
,,;.PUA1iH*DSIVERY THURSDAY Py
*,, 'J. :W ,'MAN.

Officebhud S.tporyi.Baltzell'd Buildings, corner of
4 oere d.Chestnut streets.
*' T-c' ,M'S.
S, Sotr4qr'ritol.t-A.,-Three-' Dollars tjWr jannum,
if paldih -aul:vanoese or .'$3 51) if paidftvithin six
monlhsidr,4 ori)f paid thereafter.
,Np cib);w n-ty!cen for a less term than six
AU --"Id,. .wil! mnvriab.ly.bea chargo'd For
'thr'ilertd,. %4 1111, will be ilicoviimf ied, until
S"alllaili.,.r,fg'se are pi'd;'tinle at tihe opii'lo of th,:-
'proprietor. > .': : .
.;, L diwB miB :rj.--Oneg-quare,:(twelve line,4
o "br~e;).!wi.Iibelinsrtle4 at the rate or One Dol-/
lani.,o.. t ue first, and Fifty Ceits for every subse-
qutenat ,oserti.on.,
'r6 thos~ who advertise by 'the. year a liberal
dfe'ou'nt wiicb"o maide ; but all advertisements not
strictly pertaining, to their own business, as-well
as-'all 'Ltal adi' erf isemeu t- setit in by them, will
be b ar .d"at theusuil'.t,'s" :* "
[ea..A'l eI'l aJe,'tism,?I iIts Inus!t be paid for
iih-a~pva.hnce ;+ .; : .. -
.if .lPi'.'e Doll -'+ ,will be:chargvd fbr~annouric-
'in- can-lud.A 5e '.n- ,,t ,:e.f., ... -
-l..[ .,f.,ort -e 'ne s Ir.,i a -lz-tance m ist
^ bd'.,ic ..i~n iiii)% l vith tile ej-.h, or cill reference,
to in-nure. ihsiertion.



.. --.. ...W. .. ..rte r t C o .
6L .kLE IN, OODS AN:D OMISSIONN
.... ;.- M11,.'-'H A N TS, -
*, ,, No. 11 \ itei street, .
Vl -,'"S 'y*""'" Apalac[ col'a; Fa.
S 1.,1- Nqor.ie, 14 L, ..tui,.... H \\'.,Biu ks.
hlire, Stone -co
> V5' ~i~ 1S N [ I E It G 1-1 A IN T S,

/D''- '2 i''t j"< ;- *"~ valachicola,-'Fla.
^ aOojktilk~t a ,A Yo 11 am
-0 '^ Al XV L .S-S I10 NT In~ C 0, W A R.D1 I N fp
M E R' c F A N rTS,
; .... "' No. '3 W ater street,
V ..o.21 Ao'alachicola;, Fla
Harper- Htolmes,
C.0 M M I S S f 0 N M E C H k N T S,
.~~~ ~ ~ 'I'' .aso, :

UJ- 'Sf'AUlLT.NVL 1 (NSU 1-1i 'CXE COfPAN'
No; .'3 kv.ter street,
eco to Ap{alachicola, Fa.
SV.'T. W ai'per' &. H. o.LeO,



S 00 1 6t B.. al lo,
C. M M I S + S ;0 N M-1g R C R A N T 8
O.t.. -.i No -42 W water street.-Up' st '" -.
J.in } .. : Apaluacliuila, Fa.
r. 'TL. WVYI.IL, A. McK.LM OU.
",--...- ylroil & I~c fia ico "


C o M M m 11 O N M E 1-C c1 A N Tx S -r
O"t,:e No. 42 Water street.--'s
S.Sept. 1 .18pa laeh'.-. 'Fa.
S,. 1t .1&ICIIA N' ,
\I --) L 1E A L E N D; RE 1AIL OROCER,
0., rt icu.ul, r it ..i.r!,ii t.1, ipiid .i o nting u-pfamid y,
S[i',.*.IIIP-:' ,[ ,l l d- ":,llp s[,l "l'a. '.
"+. f.' '-^ & .,49 Water sLreet,

fl-l F4 Abelit .,
"+, ,'tWHoL~ A D l/RETAIL' -
oDS LE! N l, .US, MvIEDICI. ES', PAINTS,
.... f- .. ..) GLAS. -&c,- &c. :
Cor. of C:aes'tnUt and Watdr ste'ts', -:
A p ibl .-.11 ................ ......... ..A ial ehieo a .


Taos. H. AUSTIN.. Wm. H. LONG.
Au~Stin & Long,
"CO-MMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 45 -Water-street,


Nov 11


Commission and Auction Room,
EUFAULA,ALABAMA,
BY
J B. sTARA & co.
We,,having received a full share of the patro-,
nage from the Merchants of Apalachicola last
season, will feel thankful for the same in our line
of business tLe coming winter.....
" Euafaula, Ala., Nov, 14, 1848. 45-tf
Eufaula Auction and Commii-
sion House,
BY
D. DANFORTH.
Thankful for the patronage hitherto received
from the Merchants of Apalachicola, he would
respectfully solicit a continuance of their favors.
Entaula, Ala., Oct. 27, 1848. 42-s


.li_1jaij mi, Salter,
jqC0 M M -N-SS I 0 N M E-R C H A NT,'
!*i .No. 43-'Water street-"Up stairs, :
'()ec. t^18:lS7l. ;: Apalachicola, Fla.


D L{UO .'5r..1 g r_' _'_, PAINTS OILS,
GL.A.'S-, BRLUS77lIS,&<;;' &'C.-,, "
; : :* L a lso ,: +' -. _. .. ; ".
I. g.entral aisortmnent of'
),'JOKiS, Bl.V, -N1S',-TATIONE RY, & &,c.
c,,r' of Chesut & Commerce streets,
- Dee 4 FIA r.Ap l..-'h!) ,l.|, Fla'.


A6 G. Semnmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.-,
{ Office, JXo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


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Perry. Davis's Pain Killer, -
F"OR sale by J C ALLEN.
Nov 1.8 .
Lemon Syrup.
-B RAY'S superior Lemon syrup, just'received
and for sale by _
Feb 17 H F ABELL.
SNw Publications.
900 VOLUMES just received, and forsale
by
Nov 4. H. F. ABELL.
Soaps.
A LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps, just
received, and for sale by-
Dee, 9- H F ABELL.
SE[DLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
. best-quaIity, for sale by
July 17 ,J. C ALLEN.


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X3HAS. P. M'CALLA :GUrsTxv' ROMAIxx.
++ l'(aila 66 iomaiin,
; COMMISSION -MERCHANTS,
:1 -,t1No. 9 Columbus Block.
Nov. 18 -.+ Apa-lachicola, Fla.


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Potash.
,f f '3 LBS. just received and for sale by'
200 Nov 4 H F ABELL.
Congress Spring Water,
JUST received, and tor sale by
NovI I "J. 0. ALLEN.,
Dysentary- Cordial.
DD. WOODRUFF'S Dysentary Cordial, just
,received. and for sale by "' -`I
Dec H F ABELL:


0 rvill issillU aIp9,
F0R salte y '
Dec 9 ; r C ALLEN.


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.,.. Storage,
TN Fire Proof Store No. 24 Water street, .b ;
Nov 25. D. B. WOOD..
i L .*:.. Saddlery, e .c:. ;. '
S ADDLES, 1O various patterns and qualities,;
Bridles. curb and Snaffle bits,
: SaddleBags.,;, ; ... . :
"Martingales and Whips, for sale by
*- WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec 30 41 Water street.


; "' .WVf. W: S fM}. W Ii, W. CHrEEVER.
,,' ....Siuis a, (hieever,
,OM MISSI.0-N MERCHANTS,
". Office No. 36 Water street.
r .+?i+ i* .A~palachicola, Fla.
ill]. &;:J& IV[ MIlll,
&,4CT0RS. & 90OMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.... "N'o. 4-N Watrstree-t,
;; i ;2- ' APALACHICOCA',' FA "
goteir, s, Allen ,ic Co.,
4)mv.LtnwIN" IHARlifV'XhRl AND SHfP
9ai*-1Ar?+IL8REi,_..[RON, .STEEL, NAILS,
S,PIKR -, ,0 A -,T ,
v.,. ,; I.AND, ,ASTING, ..
i- ^r..,'of Tin,.ron, and Cop-
-. " p r ar es.
tW ';* *'* ';! AWpala['Cgicoli, Fa. :
i~ ? r i : i ,t .* '* '$ -
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Guitars and Violins,
IOR sale by
b'9 Dec 9" JC ,A


Snaaff.
S- COTCH Snuff, in bladder, for sale by
,. July .5L ...... H. F."ABELL


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!A Very Private Letter from Major Jack
Z)owing to President Polk.
HEAD OF SALT RIVER, Dec. 1848.
DEAR COL.-It all come out jest exactly
as I told you wouldd in my last despatch a
few days before the election. The arth-
quakes and harrycanes was awful. .Some
of our friends was throwed up sky high, and
haint been seen" nor'heard of since, some was
swallowed up in the ground and buried alive:
and all of ut-was ship wrecked and splashed
overboard, and left to the marcof the wind
and the tide. I was lucky edrough, to get
a-straddle of a plank, and made out to keep
my head above water. I drifted about a
while, kind of'confued like-, and--cu-ldOn't
hardly tell "whether I was on tbe.o'cea. ox.f
on a lake,,o'r where 'I was.
At last I floated again into a river, and
then I concluded of course I was- bound
down Niagara, and should have to plunge
head and ears over the big falls. I seemed
to be floating along down the middle ol the
river, and away off before me and away be-
hind me I could see a good many others
going the same way; and away in close to
the shore, on both sides of the river, there
seemed to be a good many going the other
way-that is, as I thought, going up stream.
I was kept along in this way till I come to a
narrow place in the river, which J learnt
afterwards was called the half-way narrows.
Here the current grew more rapid, and I
floated along very fast; but-I was so near
the shore I could see folks on both sides
and hear'erm speak.
Presently I met a man on one side of the
river, footing it along the shore, and towing
a little boat after him, as I thought-, up
stream.' At first, by his stooping walk and
bald head, I thought lie was too old a man
to be doing such haid kind of work; but
when he come nearer, 1 see hebhad flaxy
hair and a young and almost boyish looking
face. He went straight ahead, with a line
over his shoulder, drawing the boat after
him, andsinging a merry-kind of a song,
which.I couldn't make out, only one varse
ot it, which seemed to be this':
Life is real, life is earnest-
Things are jest what they do seem
Dbwn Salt River thou returnest,
0, my Tribune, 'tis no dream.
When I seen who it was, I was amazingly
puzzled. I'd heard a good many'songs that
had more truth than poetry in 'em, but this
one seemed to have more poetry than truth.
Any how, if this was really'Salt River, that
we had. heard so much tell of, I couldn't
seem to make out how I should be sailing
down stream so fast, andbthe Tribune man
be tugging up stream so hard. This didn't
agree. with the election. returns of all.--
Something h'aggot twisted round'; things is
not jest what they seem. While I was
bothering my head about it, I looked over
on 'tothe'r side of the river, and there was
another man with a line over his shoulder,
towing a larger and heavier boat up stream,
as I thought. He was a tall officer-looking
man, wikjh large whiskers, and stood up
straight, and walked strong, as though he
didn't care for no-body. He too seemed to
be singing a very merry song. All I could
hear of it was just this varse :
Old Upele Sam was a jolly old soul
And a jolly old soul was he ;
He called for his pipe, and he called for hl'bowl,
And-he called for Taylor and me--.
As he passed by me I see the name on tthe
start of the boat was New York Courier
and Enquirer. I was in a great puzzlement;
these Whi chaps was all so merry, and yet,
if this was really Salt River,' it seemed to
me they was going the wrong way, accord
ing to the election andI couldn't tell whatto
make of it. As I was near enough to hail
the Courier man, I thought 1 would call to
him and see if I could get any light on the
subject.: So, says I- .
Hullo, Cu'rnel!"', He stopped and turn-
ed round, and answered, Huawo."
Says I, "I ask your pardon, Curnel, but
I'm a stranger in these parts and a stranger
to you, but I know you by your boat. Will
you be so kind as to tell me-where I'm bound
to?. For Pin kind of lost." ,, : .
"Oh, cer'tainly," says he, "with the great-
est pleasure, "ny dear sir. riou are bound
straight 'up to the head of Salt river- you
can't miss your way, for there isn't a single
path that turns out between here am! ,there."
'" Well, now," says I, Curnel, you or I
must be under VS'ene-strange' mistake.--
Don't you see I'm floating down on the cur-
rent? Ain't the river running down'this
Way, and carrying me-along with it ?
.At that he laughed outright, and says he,
".I see you are nothing but a fresh water
Sai, lor, arid don't know any_ thng^ about tlae
navigatioh of Salt river." --= '
Well, how should I," says 1, for 1
never was in the waters before."
Well," say)s lhe, sail river runs-uT
stream;, jest bear that in your mind, and
you'll find it all plain sailing."
"-+But that can't be possible," says 1 ;
',you, nor, 1 nor nobody else, everr knew-a
rver torn up streart,.
Yrou may. depend upon it,, says he,
"i Salt river runs up stream ; and'-I suppose
that is the only river in Ameriea' that does


run up-stream." v ,
.-By this time I bad floated So far by that I
couldn't hear anythingtmore lie said,. But
It was'nt, long .before I Was satisfied the
Colonel was right; for as the-,curre.nte:ar-
tied me along back into the ceountrY, the
land kept. growing, higher- 'and higher, and
at, last, I found myself, quite among .the
mountains ; and.when I com.e. to the head
,of the river, thelcuiir.et-ranmyllaniik right
plump ashore. -
S{o und a gpob d m airiy o fjo u r, fri e nd s a I -
ready here before 'me, .'and I uderstood 'a
great many more are -on the way.- Our an-
nexin:' friend, General Cass, hasn't'got here
yel, but he's expected now every dary-- Tihis
is a pretty good sort-of a-qouantry tip, here,
after ail, and has a god many .advaniages.
dB't Ihav'ntkjrue,to give yo.tt inu.h aceoun.l


of it to-day, I'll try to describe it more at.O
other tim e. -. '
I've: spent considerable ime :eiamiun
and exploring this curious river;i. f:ln ihirnl
I've learnt more about it than~fty oR, I.hatbo _
been up here afore. It's differ f olm 4if-
the other rivers that I ever see. It :h'asfoo
springs or streams running into it, to feea dit
but it feeds itself from its own waters.-' Af
the centre of the river is a strong[euriel
running uprstrear, till it, &ets to the bead,"
.the river, and then it -divides and turnisrff
each way, and works along down in eddiek ^'
and currents' by-each bank of ithe river "tilt \ '-'- .
gels to the mouth, and lhbemu. it-tarrs rorditif -
regular into the centre current kaain and 40
it'eo-m es. ...... ,. r ,... ,.-+. ;. .-
This shows-rhe reason why, any bbdyOihat-
-happens to get into the cnrreint of Sahl River
has to go clear to the head 6(fif'efore 4%
can stop. It shows the reason, too,:wy .,
any body that sets oa.t to go down wit-rIt
boat, or a raft, or. any thing, has to lead it
along the shore by a line, for if it halippns
to get out d little loo far froth shore, and
get ketched in the- current, it's gone goose
with it.; it has to go clear batk to the henad
of the river and take another srari. This, of
,course, makes ihe navigation of Suth river,
on the passage out very hard and difficult. I'
Now, I'll tell -you what I advise yyu By
all means to do. )(ou know Congres is in,
a great taking to pass a bill for the iimrprov&-
ment of the na ligation of' lakes and- rivers,-
and they are aftaid they can't do it ihissea-
son because you'll put your [veto0 np6n it.
Now, you jest strike a bargain with-et,+and
tell 'em if' they'll put in a million of dollars
into the bill to improve thee navigation: -
Salt River, and le Gineral "'Cass have 'h"
laying of it out, you'll sign the bill. Ifi, we
could get that bill through, it would be of
immense importance to us4and our friend's
for a good many years to come. -?
We cant, of course, look foryo'u'up'here
till after the 4hh of March, I shall be gt'fting-
every thing ready for you as fast as I can.--:
I've got a notion in my hebed, however, that
you might hold on there at Washitrgrord
some -years longerr yet, and bh in a situation
to do our friends more good may be,: thn
you could up here. "' +
I see they are looking round all; over +ihe
country for men to make up a Cabinet far .
Gineral Taylor ; and they seem to b-e*go'nD
upon the rule that ihemn. that did ihe'nidsi
towards electing him must "have ihe~rst
chance in the. Cabinet. NTow, going upon
that rule, lith first chance belongs to you,-of
course; for there isn'tC'n9 6th.er man in ihe-
country th'a't did a-1 uarter so.'mtrch tbW'a1bifs
electing him as you did., ]i fat 4'ifit4a'dn'i
been fHyr you, he never w. bi'l4'a be'n eiletcr-
ed at ail; and if he doesn't give )'u thefirs,
place in his Cabinet, if you'll'take it, he'll
be the ungreatfulest. man rhat ever lived;-I
think'it would be best, 'all things considered,
for you to take a place at Ihe head of the
'C abinet. : ..::.- -- ,
As for dear .old Mr. Riichie, I spose.you
can spare him now as well asany time ;-adm
as the weather is wirhm and.)eiasant yet G'tid ,
comfortable for maki'n'g, tie voyage.-10hy
not start him right along? :I boleyoupll,,b%
careful to see him well- rapped up inid sup.l
plied 'with a plenty of blatkets,Ai c ase rrftm
should be a, change of, weather beforer-Ij
gets here. Tell him he- needn't be"a ft
afraid; he'll find good corm'frtable q4ltuairets
here, and. nothing to;lrr6oble himii-fo'lv,
been all r6und here,-and there isn't'no bears
nor wolves, nor Federalils;-s nor any twikt.
of that sort. I don't- think I. ever' s a 'A4
country clearer of Federa'li~t's iiurmy )riff11
and every nman I've t-alked'"witH1 .here 'isii"
favor of the resolutions of ninely-eighti ..' 0-
I remain your fripntlVand arid neer," :
MAJ. JACK DOWNmeqGr. -r
: .. .'- .( : '. ,*. < ^
TH E GOLD FEVER INk NEW YblTK..-.-
How is your health ?" said ueb a bili"usa
looking friend that we me,,,',Aitipr ,issina
him for some time. ,
Twenty-th r'e, c#,1ats fi e. fl
"Your heakhh?", sai' we again.' '
Wor'ih sixteen dollars an ounce."-" ;'"
We said 'nothing. more,-aud left hi', p'd
fectly:convnc'ed thathe was trouulf'd~wii'
the C allyf0rny fev'er." 1* *. *' .
"W hat's the -prie of U ntie'd ,^i'r. j
stock ?" said we to a cele~brmued Waill stre{'et
bi'oker we jostled against a 'ih~omeit afterr.*"
".Thirteen potunds 'of pure efold 'n"6rdn
lum p.-" +- .' -. .... -P -- t "1'
"New Y'gprk Sixes+ '? ++= ,' +--,' ^
"Perfeclly Inexhaustible arid inore ,llnifne-
discovered." + -. -' <;+'11'
W, e trembl'ed for the few sltates'.:\'"'p'^.;
sessed and passed on. Presently we eame
aergss-.a famous d,$mie, W~. rIh'a,'hed]'ev~eit
Sunday against the gr'eedy Ihirsf' for 'blc
an~d mammon. :9 .r.,.,,
Thatr was ;i! uohl'e diicot,-rse b'o i'f yns
last Sunday, Doc:tor. If w ie r'entiem'bep
aright the text was, ' to p~ass through "lhe eye ,9+i ,a needle,,'iii'a, q "
for a'rich man to nter itgt the in,,bng~ofif
G o + !- '. [n n ] -
"Establi~sh a mm-t, sir'--esvab'lis'h a{ imn-.


I've already- sent out Iwo s6ns and" ...-.
nephews; ahnd" ,w arl.A to s*a4re and h At'
alike." 2 ,/ .- ,.: o .
The text; Docit'r, ,he- temi." ..
That" 'bb.-"ihndered.*!.' Tthe, .AnIai'
value' '?o'; ou'bloons" is sixt''en "d'ol'lars." "A

d16u bloo,' i's an )u nceP. T, i ,e-en po'uri'srR
g o l .m kfi p "'7 -' .. . .;1 ,-a -i -
,e"d'd tatti t-oWiear th.'idtivine^ a .
swer, ,,or' was ltt\.ueessarvf; 'h+ ltad mot.^^
yaller fev er.-- Sundav Tim e's, ll, -.
" *-' ;.a. : -,., : ; :. r '+'2" .'; :.':-'/'! "* i :-. t -.an ] r 1
.. ,...... -"-' :--- +. ^, ... *' -; ,t,:2"'+ '-
They tell ~astozy af .a ina noui -ou t W hi AR'
,had a hare: lip upon w"ich he p.erfpjgme tan
oppraton htrmself by inserting i!.tp .tbp.e.uj -
ing a piece of chicken flesh-.itpadh.red,,. A
fi led up tbe space adirabl mThlsn a4,
Iwet enough.imnt. l in compliance w.ih t
+rgv~aiig,+fasion, ho. attempted i-;o^T l s
mdistacltes, whep one side grow bairr a!l
Ale oilier "featftiers' I ,- '.' +.c -rlr ell .


J.ERSMIAH D.Av. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. .1Day &,Co., ,.
+ COMO MISSION MERCHANTS, +
.' No. 52 Water street, ,
,! Dec 2 Apalaclhjcola, Fa.
0,1- Agents .for 'LLors ; also, Agents for the
Z EtnaInsuranceGo.":the "ProtectionInsurance
Co,"- and:the "Hartord Insurance Co." "Hartford
Conn. '
,@ha' es Rogers .Eugene W.'Rogers.
Chas. Roaers &,Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
* Water street,


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:Nov 18


A palachicola, Fa.


Apalachicola, Fa.


WMSYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
W- May be found at his residence, corner of|
Centre and High streets, o'posite the Mansioni
House.. +Nov S.


W. 6. Air. avis, -
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Offers his serVices to the public in either of .the'
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of the Middle or Western Circuit. He willalso,
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Ap.alachicola, September 8,, 846.


SnuffT. t
S COTCH and Macaboiy, in bottles and blad-
dvrs,jiUst received and for sale by
Febl7 17HF ABELL.


Lancets.
SPRING and Thumb Lancets, just received
and for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.


,. .- B, S. 1Hawly ,y
.kC'rOR'"A1ND COMM[I.S[ON MERCHANT,
9N6... 2 watkrtreet,,,
-Dec 5 Apal,ehl~c,,la, Fa.
't ,Avery "0.. ..ics,
.....OC. ,RS C-'IMI.[I-N.-h_"N ,.[IE ,i_:HANTS,
No. 4:1 \V,tier tire-ei.
-Dl 5" 5-" A......:,. *pala-chicola, Fa.


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and for sale by
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ATSand Caps by the case low, for cash by
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Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st.


'3ENJAIIN I'IuolSON ViMl.r.m A \W OOD
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.;, i+:i<: c'HANDLERI; fe.:* '
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Deo-9 .. ... Apalachiola, Fa.


.,Drugs aid Medicines.
T-HE subscriber has just received from New
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usually kept in his line, to which he would re-
spectfully call the attention of his friends, and
the public generally.
Nov,4 HR F ABELL.


i


Sedsi Seedsi Seeds!
IG-ARDEN Seeds, just received, and for' sale by
Nov 4y.4 H F ABELL.


Dr.` oodruff's AntibillIoUs Veg-
etable Life Pills,
FOR sale by
Feb8 J C ALLEN.
Fishing Tackel, r
A 'dOdD assortment just-received arid for sale
by,
Dic 9 J C ALLEN
School, Books. o
A LARGE assortment of School Books just
-receied and for sale by-
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-; ,: HATq; &-e.,, .: -,
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Mustard.
A SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, in
tin boxes, for-sale by "
April.27 1 1 H F ABELL,.
LOFFAT' P LIE PILLS AND PH'(ENIX
MV BITTERS, just received and, for sale by
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Lost,
NN Wednesday last,-on Water street, -a MA-
", -SONIC BREAST-PIN, Enameled. The
finder will b liberally rewarded by'returning fh'e
same to W.-A. WOOD.-.
Dec. 2, 1848.


Vermnifuge.
IV INER'S Cariadian Vertrifuge. f,,r sale by
Feb ,17 I F ABELL.


S,. ~Brushes .. .. ....
H.AIR, Hat, Clothes, Teeoth, Nail and.Shaving
1Brushes, for sale by
'Feb24' H F ABELL.


R ,. 'Lotion..
G1 RANVIL'S Lotion, just received, and for
.J. sale'6bY..." >"
SDe&9 + J C ALLEN.
io '" Chloride of Soda,
JTUST received and for sale by
.Dec .e-.. .+ _.. .,j C O A LI.EN.


..,,Copiigress,'Water.
UST.received fresh, and for saleb\ "
Jii ... .. H F ABELL.
"DR. -.JATNES' celebrated F-amily Medicines,
iitt receiVed&,.and foxr ale. by
Oct, :. J C ALLEN.
Fresh:Vest Powders,
-1 UST received,; and for sale by"- -
Dee9o .. ; r":. ^^C ALLEN. :


.LLEN.


School Books,
- OR sale by ... i,+;,:.-
I F6b 17 ::' X .F .... ; ; FABELI.
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nd theotrade is but lightly stocked." The' foraf flin finri
amount taken on speculation is 107,000 "ofSouthernorig6 Lao stanljp t IwAI
...be-_Foudd to dinlr ce an e A A M Gf ovitok. -
)ales. against 204,000 bales last yepr. or less e o l
)y~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~. 10,01aes0hwn cerytatwa o on another onatter e *W by! tised d
-y 187,000 balesa former resolution& hHe ah. to the ".
las been purchased has been for bona fide cent action, ofthe Ho-s ,a.- Repreaesta-
!onsutnp(ion. We may again shortly ad- tives on the sUibject ofsilavrjr4o the Dt
vert to this subject, and will close for the trict Of Columnbia. I, I
)tesent with reiterating the opinion that the Mr.- scott said, whiltb he flt ^ vveryfli
... .. ... interest in any action that a oiereas might
prospects of the planter are brightening- take in relation -n tolavery'.in-.lhTftflt r.
;, conquered from Mexico, believing tbatkt
The correspondent of the Journal of could end in no practical result, 'be felt hi
Commerce thus speaks of the letter of a otherwise on, ibtesubject of *ktrery iu tble
Northern Democrat to the Union:" DisrricL of Columbia.- That-w- ,/practical
,,,. T, .. ,,,l-, '-question;-it-came; home to us aJ-2Ihnh0-
WASHINGTON. "Dec. 28, '.48. b ...
language of -one o'f the, resolutions, he 0-
A Northern Dethocratic member of Con- Igatded, it as a tdirerc'attack "'up'o INhe li&-
gress has given the South a plain talk on tuiiona'bflhe'Sou'bern Slakes he-f *tWadt
the'ilavery question, through the "-Union." Of'mneditated&'war upon+++ighrt, aseured by
If the subject were 'hot of so grave a char. ihe.constitutionn which ought to be met
acter,'it would be lddghble enough to wit- the threshold and resisted at any bmarak. '
ness ibis development 'of democratic -prin- The following'are the resolutions':
cipies. 1. Resolved, "That the Institution of laW-
This gbool Democrat .shows distinctly- very was fajly discussed by the cony.tenioB
that he, and all the Northern Democrits, which forlidthe constitution of the'United
are quite ready to serve the South jua'd s 'States, and lh bthte rights of -slaeholden
Mr. Van Buren has served ihem, and,for were fully reoglanzted and projected by it
the same region. You .f the South.'will provisions; d Iiti Weithout +"ie compromise
not support us, they say, il a monopoly Of, i'hen sothulyc'ed ti~b; te Union-of d1i
patronage, and, therefore, we will no longer States never could 'litveWen formed.
sin against our consciences by supporting 2. That whether 'Cbntg'rss possese^ be
slavery. "1I assure you," says rhis member, 'cd-11 U 1d!a power'lo proribit or abridg-
,tllat we will no longer jeopardy ourselves the'frie 'inriigrationYr- a vlaveholder with
to sustain what you call your 'peculiar in- his slaves to a.terrikpry of the United Slate*.
stitulions.'" ,'1 tell you, solemnly, to ex- is a quesfipn dn which. men may and do
pact no more did and sympathy from us." honesly difer in opinion. .
The N944hern Democrats, 'he says, are 8.8 That if+Cdngres d oes possess ,ihai
determiried to vote for every measure to re- power, an. ersrc.se r t it. which would
strict slavery within 'te pale 6f the consti- abridge i(le 'hight 'of 4a s1l6boldej In inmiM-
tution; --and he advises' !re Sorb,t loo. in grate with -his slaves, to a re'rrilory acquired
reference to the late resrslance'meeting, bhat %-the "co"%nm nbpf% d d W ifeasnre of the
the-Northern Democrats care but little fo'r.. wlhole nai'i.-n. wbuld'be'codrlnary tolhe spiri-
threats and intimidationo" u-of concihation al'd Woirofoise, under the .
This old Democrat Is so, Ith to give'bp i Au e fniWf' icAYe ed* overnmen e
ihe spoils, that he proposesto p.lay the Ty- wasr fdjnmed, bu ust.'sbto tre slavehotdi .
ley game with Taylor, as the only means of Slates ; "nd ain '[buse'of lifyer which wouli
quieting the slavery excitement and preserv- interrupt'ifndldtedsriy the hArmony between
ing the Union. "The impending Con en- the Sites, so nicessA, Uo Ie healthful ae-
tion," he says, can alone be prevented by ,ion (f i'he eYdeal- "Goviyeinhient and the
Gen. Taylor." "He can sive the South, prserva.ion of ` & '&. .rio.s Union.
and. perhaps the Union, oinly, by marehifrg 14%. Tha tAthe fundamental principles of our
straight over to the Deirtocratic pary. -- o-wn and all free governments are that the
" This will rally the whole Democratic par- "people are capable'of self-govenmenl--tha't
ty of the North and the South to his sup- all legitimate power resides in and erimaatei
port, and secure popularity for himself and :rom the pert$hs-lht government are I"n-
safety for the country." sir'uted for trie benefit of thegoverned ian'
Thfs is a capital joke. !How Gen. T hy- -are their trustees and agents ; and consei
lor will take it, is another master. The q-efttiy it would be unjust legislation ,alnd
Sou'th will see, however, exactly how much and a tyrannical -'bfse bf lipoweref. 1o force
she has to depend upon from' Northern De- domestic slavery jupo'n 9in i..iltng keopfe*
eocrecay. She is wide awAker, a's I believe, ln 'the 'c~aie of ( Cna I o0ruia 1'and ew.Mexi9oj,
to the shameless prufigacy of her old al- t wouT aggravaie the.wdund-a ms hced.by
lies. .war and coaquest, and sowi i'e seeds of dzH-
If this Democ~rat -truly represents the aiff"cution and repvolt- --;
,pollcyof his party, and I doubt not that he That .the 'uestion 06\ slavery in Calh-
does, it is probable 1hat hoe Senate is now in el eico is merely transieril
prepared to sustain all mesitres for t"esirict- in iti; nIture, 'od iio e'alVte'r 'how 'decided
ing slavery. Indeed, I have recently nde'r-. 'byCongress, can never pr.d'u'ee+A ^racti-
stood 'that such is the '62a's'e. cal efleci ; that these territorits+ wr'e re
when acquired, and so. ,according.Yd" Veir
Virgtniia.--The "Slave Questlon. =reasoh'able prbi)abiliiy, "fhust remain ^ -,.
Some days since, (says the Chronicle and gress cannot" legislatee slav .lo rac'ical
,11i" ..... existcnce IAhla heit T lW md it istnat-
Sentinel,) we published the Resolutions on ., .,, ... *'s 2 .-.
,let" of indifference, so.Afar 'ss ex!istence
the Sla'very question, introduced 'into ih'e 'there" .is conce'rieid.' "" wherlger M ss' in-
Virginia L'egislatuae by Mr. Floya, Chair- grafts into their form o'6"f1 g'oVelrunrent .whai
man of a Select CoTn'mtree, and to-day we ;is known as 911e WWl mtl proviso,' the Mis-
give a series of Reso'luitions offered by Mr. sotri cn. ot9tse. t fe Snate's resolu-
-Scott as a substitute, iogethe'r ifh ibthere-' ". t ie A ,eniy 'sT t+vemn ,t. whiif
marks of Mr. S. in introducing them. The bcotstilutes u on e people, is now dear to us;,
Richmond Whig notices the introduction 'of 'is it 'has eer been. It is justly,so} for ii is
these Resolutions of Mr. S. and adds: a ma"e. P1 r..,In the b 'fice, ofourireal,.ode--
pendence, mhe suptanTt of our l-ranqui Ity at
"The true policy of the South in respect hWIe,I- pac f.%"','daf bur
h ,0 e ,, p b I ;. "" ," -
to this much-vexed question may be slated ,or irosper'y, .that very libey wi,
in a very few words. We are on the defen- we so highly pri e.
sive and we are in the right. Let us not 7. That we prize Ihe unitbn, qq+these
forfeit the impregnable position by gascon- Slateso highly toly 16 ar a.d.isslye,
adding, or by assuming positions which are e, i"upo... dierence of op 6 -
not enable, or which are not obviously just -+ ",:
in te ees f al mak~rd. Lt u: trowstract question of conslllUtional,18w.,
ID the eyes of all mankind. Let us-throw 8. That as the passage o" a law by Con-
out of view allpoints about which sceredal gress prohibiting ile introd.ucci(in of slaves
differences of opinion. Let us discard all ino California and New Mexicocontrary lo
collateral -matters, though in our favor,ite wishes df the people of those terrilorirs,
which are tnnt essential io nhe. main issue in ewo e a.oyrannical abuse of power, thes
controversy. Thre prohibition, of slavwry in pasage o'f such a law, under existing cir.
lh-e newly acquired territories, though not a "^ ^ ^in whlyunc+ ayee
matter of high -pactical importance; wouhl to accomplish, so'far as.those" remlriitorei
be insulting Io the Sout h, aid. would Ihelay are concerned, the wishes o(fthe must ardienl
anything but a fraternal Spfirit on the pa,' of abolilion-ist, would be a gratuitous, outrage-
the North, A submission to such an insuht o Southern |celings, and manifest a spiri[
should be subject of very'grave and ser ... .. .. -, |,+ ....wl 8
nus consideration by the V hol'e South. T h~e ., c n l u.. .. bu ... w' ca- l "
att m p t o i n e rf r e w i h t e .) s .( t~ o a ,( c u la te d to k e e Ip liv e a n d in c re a s e .;h e a p -
exists in the -istrict of"C0oumbia, should be prhension for the safely of those .righitso.aj-.:.
m e t a t th e t h r'e s h o ld a 'd re s is te d a t e v e ry :na p l e x ii d a n' juin.. te.
hazarud. a)ienated Ihe .a-tachment of !he Soutlrierrf
B-ut 'le't us be certain that our Norlhern Slates .0 fWe Federal government.
brethren are determined to .make th~is ag- 9. That whilst we'de~ptecaea.^,arrel, and
g ression u pon u s. T hen th ere w ill not fbe t l m -re a- .eor to rf ^ fo a.
a dissenting voice throughout the Southern stra ,ion, we stand readly/0o res[ all, "inv'
States--walerer be teconsequences. "^ + ^wehrb b s~rp
M Rt. SCOTT'S R ESOLUTIONS.--T he fol- .. .f ow r o gran... .. ^e o sll
lowing are the'remarks of Mr. Scott p efa,- tion o*_ a tyanu abus*q ++g ed-*
p*owe s 19" -. '
tory of his resolutions on the .subject of 10. Thatt we cons iderafiy interferenc~eby+
slavery, recently introduceJ in the Virginia Congress within the 'District of Columbia,


Legislature, with the resolutions subjoined, without the consent of its inhabitants, with
which we copy from the Richmond Whi e rights of the slavehold, .amo-ngsi which
wg w! cp f W is trfe right idf uy and sell, at( variance wiith
Mr. Scott said, that at a very early day of the fundamental principlesivf free. gove"WN
the session a select committee had been ments, and a direcftattak itrpon~tlP-insiitn-
raised on what is known as the Wllmot pro- tons oathe Souttiern Stales ; lhe ffpqacf
viso and other kindredt measures. That of meditated war u.po-righis'secured by
committee, as the result of their delibera- the constitution, which ought r6o be met 0
tion, had reported to the House certain re- the threshold and resisted-al, e eryabazardf.'
solutions, Which they'deemed expepdient to 1. Res61ved, That the'Governor of this
be adopted by the General Assembly. These Commonwealth b'e req ue-sted to send a copy
had been ordered to be printed, and were of" these resolutions to eacfth o'He Slaleirof
now on the table. It was certainly desira- this Union, and' also to our Senators in
ble, if any action was to be taken oh the Congress, and each of trhei members of the
subject to which the resolutions reloled. House of Representatites. r-
that it should take a shape in which all The i ...i. .... M ot
could unite; in no.Other *",y waW it possible, The roti."n Mr. Scot
f d e moved-that they b lad oateh labiaanda or-n
rd good 40 cone'ofitl, b.t i # or
He did not know when (hose Who +had the deredt. be priced. ;'..
matter particularly in charge" proposed to ...
call up the resolutions for consideration.; It -From the Natchez FreeT Trader.,
certainly was not his-desire to precipitate LIFE- 14 MjssissjPeF'-.Mar-ied,n- "11
the discussion of them, but objecting to th e- turdayihe"llth ultimo. in the Cul 'tHou",
temper and tone of the resolutions, dissent- by he Rev. Jo. J. BvIL. Mr. Wi'n. Pievj
ing from the conclusions to which they ledj, to Miss taroiine Hudspeth, all aofr his*
and feeling, very strongly, that their adop- county. -, "* "': ..
tion.would commit the General Assembly to,: The minster had j usN beenelected.Jffiglg--
a false position, he had felt it to be his-duty dier general of this brigade, itd when called '
to prepare -certain other resolutions, Which upon to 0ffieiae at he' nmarr.geceroy.
he designed :to move as a substitute for-
those reported by the committee. He ask- was busily engaged in'ealepilaling-.b.4ma-
ed that they might be read for the informa-: noriny, w hich was l.rge .a 'it"lo-o-- !,OP-
tion of the House, laid on the table and or- neat. -ii"'auofbepra& dj'11 =uj a o
dered to be printed. / groqp of men' caleul tmig,lfhr Krf^,sM
POithelop1)t to whielithe corhm ittee's: and the gain-of.T.aylbrtpt-l, h a. the dopZ pf
resbiption's related,- the substitute would bethhoe odthp' [ "
found, he thought,' to take a poaiiion free the hon- "-"-w'- d--hedppj--ft^--'
from constitutional objection,. and at the po fellow!s Card fo.r i. 8m& %U plSM
samne time broad enough and strong enough cbtMC; while, 4ihe probate elerk at ViW table, _


I


*o


led rilTorthern higs i Iand Abolitionists in -a
COMM, huL ADVERTlo u nting downandcdstoing us. at
When we voted for the twenty-first rule, b.
APAAO2LA, DY, 'A. Z, Z4 myself amongst the number, our+ names
AFA CHCOLA, THUB3DY, 4T. 18, 1W.^^a '0"..? by
k were published in every Northern Whig ba
and abolitionist newspaper, with all the em. h;
Oj~ The following gentlemen are authorized blasonry of black letters and black lines, to co
Agents for the ComM;RCAL ADVERTISER, and wil make us odious as (he enemies of human ve
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise- freedom-, Southern 'Whig members of Con- pt
merits:- gress and Southern Whig newspapers acting
WM. W. CHgEVER,Esq., Albany, Ga. in alliance with and applauding our Whig Pr
Mator JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula. Ala. and abolition enemies for attempting thus to
JAS. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa. break down and destroy us., At every tri-
umph of Northern Whigs and abolitionists ;
Mr. Cabell. over us, Southern Whig politicians and edi- [N
We sincerely regret to learn .that our tors have exuhled. When one of those who
Representative -is prevented, by ndisposi- vokeufdown, Southe1st rule w'higs have rei-and
position, from giving his usual assiduous ced. When the Democraitic party'in New g
attention to the interests of his constituents. Hampshire was defeated 7by a coalition of tl
We trust that he may have been enabled Whigs and .bolitionists, ,and Mr. Hale,'an If
ere this to 1s1fme his seat in rhe House. abolitionist, was elected to the Senate, it a
was the subject of general congratulation in n
As an evidence of the consideration in the Whig newspapers of the South. "Even 'ci
which Mr. Cabell is held in Washington, Joshua R. Giddiugs has been a member of
we.will instance a remark made early in (he the Wh:g partly with whom Southern Whigs tl
session, by the correspondent of an im-pdr- were in fellowship. And, lastly, we have a
seen the Whig politicians of the South put M
tant Northern paper-that no business had forlh and support a candidate for'the 'Pregi- tl
been done by Congress of importance, deriby who allowed his Northern Whigsup- n
which was chiefly to be attributed to the porters to advocate his election on the p
absence of several members, wvho':Were re- ground that he was opposed to the further s
,exle~nsion of slavery, and *would, therefore, s
markable for their business talent-and approve thie Wilmot Proviso; and we have "]
Messrs. Bolin, Cabell, and ,others Were seen these same Whig politicians of the to
named as being "of that class. -Such is the South..editofrs and orators, support for the -s
requifie qalrfiVationwhich OuTr'Repesen- Vice Presidency, a Northern Whig'Aboli- i
tionist-a man who has declared that he is in
tative should possess. It is more important favor of, and ivould votefor, the abolition&of d
for Florida rhat he should employ his time slavery in this District." s
in preparing add carrying through'measures We, the Northern Democrats, have wit- t
of public utility, than in making frothy messed this inconsistency and ingratitude on r
speeches on 'abstract 'questions of policy. the part of a majority oft'he people of the t
spee s c q n pli'y, Snuth with paio and sorrow. It has sunk t
With two working members, such as' Mr. deeply into our hearts; and I assure you,
Cabell and Gen. Morton, in Congress, our sir, we will leopard ourselves no longer to
citizens will not have cause to complain of sustain 'What Sout herm men call their "pe- l
any 'neeit of their inte~rests. culiar institutions," until the South is true to
a herself. Let her put down the traitors in
Thomas Butler King. her midst, whose mad and fanatical conduct t
We heartily concur iu the suggestion has precipitated this crisis upon her. The 6
which has be mae -ts Whig politicians and editors of the South a
w which has been m ade o f this gentle'm an, "r e w' o s en'e. *f r e o t
are 'her own 1wors t en emies, If rbe*,South s
as a proper person to fill the post ofl'Secee- will not put them down for theirrreacherous
tary of the Navy. Indeed it would be diffi- coalition with Northern Whig abolitionists, l
cult to find any other nman to whom all I tell you solemnry to expect no more aid or p
eyes e .d s te mt symyathy from Northern Democrats. Ias- s
5yespartment y sure you I speake the feelings of all'of them;
depart me nt. and I known them. loo. They care but I
It has been truly said of Mr. King, that little for threats or intimidation. If the S
be is thoroughly American in hisViews- SouTh will not 'take care of dhe enemies (
liberal ii his feelinga"-"e"void of allec- whom she 'fosters in her own boson. you ,
r er I, s eo f may rely .upon it, Northern Democrats will t
tional bias-well informed in all that con- not step in to protect and defend her. Nor
f cerns the nmartite inrerests'oT lhe'country- will they be inactive. Since the South, by
enterprising--industrious-and .possessing the result of the late election, has proclaim- p
every quality desirable in a cab .. .. iste' e'd to the world that she ha *n66 hostility d
.... against NoTth'&n abolhtionists, and is even p
Although we desire Mr. King's appoint-. willing to vote for them for the highest offices i
ment for the reasons above stated, and no't in the republic, Northern Democrats wil i
because of any local lias in his favor; yet certainly co6nsiderthat they have permission
we cannot be insensible to the fact that the to vote for every measure tending to restrict
sla'v'ery, wtt'hn the pale of the constitution.
commercial interests of the Southern ports, nd they 'will do th dot caringg straw .
and the proper improvement of Southern -what the-south may say about it. I speak
harbors and naval stations, have ever re- thus plainly, because I feel lhat Wee have t
Sceived at his hands unremitting attention; -been wronged by the South. Weha've been
e e a his h ds nremitti g attenti n ; wronged in this- that the South, or-a m o0-3
and should he be selected by Gen. Taylor ty of'ihe Southern people, have sustained and
for-his Secretary of' the Navy, we may voted for her enemies and our enemies, and 9
safely expect 4that "these interests will not thus helpedthem to break us down. And we -
stiffer. never will again come to the rescue of the n
South, until 'she puts down the traitors in
A Northern ]Democrat to his ;outhern her own bosom-the men who give aid and
Allies. comfort" to the Northern Whigs by asso-
We call attention to the annexed extTacts ciating with them, aud exulting at their vic- t
,tortes over us.
from a letter Written by a Demorcratic mem-1
ber of Congress,to the Editor 'of'(he Union-: Prospects 'ofCotton. 8
What do our readers think of this ",Nor- The 'Cla'rlest'on .Mercury of the 5th inst.
i theru man's" "Northern principles 4 _- says: The detailed accounts received by
What do they think of the insulting lan- the Europa, confirm us in the opinion ad-
'gdtage used towards those Southern men vanced in our last publication, of the strong
!" who voted for-Gen. Taylor? Here we have probability of an advance in the prices of
-- evidence that the Northern bDemocrats sup- Cotton. The imports of American Cotton
ported the South with n'o tprincirple, bat only to Dec. 15, were 1,266,000 bales, against
'so Iowrg as -they "found it to "their interest. 8t4,0(yo last year, or an increase of 415,000
And when Southern men, in distrust of bales, In ldther descriptions the imports
their sincerity, and that of their leader Gen. were 267,000 bales, against 236,000 bales,
SCa ss, gave their suffrages for a Southern an increase of but 31,000 bales. The stock
r man tor the Presidency, they admit lhe of American is 271,000 bales, against 237,-
,distrust to be well founded, anad at the satt e 000 bales last year being an excess of' but
t im~e charge Southern men--aye, a major- 34,'f00 bales. In other descriptions the
!ity and a large majority, of Southern men-- stock is 176,430 bales, 'against 1.35,490 bales
;stave-holders--with being traitors in otir or etl excess of 40,940 b~ales. The con-
!midst.'' That disappointed, hungry North- sumption of American Co'fton has beetn
- ern Democrats, should thus vilify the sup- 1,089,000) bales, against 782,000 bales last
a potters of Gen. Taylnr in the South, is suf- year or n" increase of 317,000 bales. In
e ficiently disgraceful to the character of the other descriptions, the consumption has
" party to which they are attached bout that been 219,000 bales, against 283,000 bales, or
d Southern Democratic Editors should insult a d-wrease of 69,6060.
n the majority of the Southern people so viii- The deductions and i~nferences from the
t fled, by giving currency to ih'e slander, is foreoing f'ects are highly interesting in re-
wat e dd nt epec, ad snceelyre.gard to the prospects of American Cotton.
what to di neold. et adsneri e Hitherto we have been continually receiving


e There i a peculiar unfitness in such dia- accounts of the probability that Great Bri-
d tribes at this moment, when itis known that tain would be enabled toreceive her sup-
" Gen. Cass is about to be returned to the plies of Cotton from Indla, Egypt &c., and
n Senate by the Michigan Legislature- 'at the these acon have been often ed to de.
h same time that they unanimously pass anti- press and break nown the prices of Ameri-
d slavery Resolutions, and when the Demo- can Cotton. But the facts adduced by us
g cratic party of Massachusetts have lately above, prove most conclusively that these
d combined with the abolitionists to elect statements and expectations are idle and de-
s Allen, over Hudson, the regular Whig no- captive, and that it is to this country alone
e minee. that Great Britain must look for her supply
"What has so rapidly precipitated this of the raw material. In this respect she is
development of-opinion in the House of Re- absolutely dependent upon us; abd talk as
r presentatives against the institution of sla- she may, and act as she can, she cannot
very, which has been manifested by the re- shake, off this dependence. IT Is ERIMA.
' cent vote in that body? I can tell you, sir, F H.
e in a word. It is because the South has been NENTLY FIXED UPON HER.-
' treacherous to herself. 'And in being trea- In this aspect of affairs, why Should the
y cherous to herself, she has proved treache- prices of cotton remain at such low ,rates as
rous to her true friends i`n the North, and to be ruinous to the producer of it, and only
helped her enemies,- the abolition wbigs of profitable to the manufacturer ? There is
the North, to slay and destroy them. -..
* You know very well that the writer of this neither reason nor propriety in it. The in-
h article has ever been a true friend to a just telligence from the Continent indicates a
t compromise of this exciting question of sla- return of tranquility to Europe, Money is
very, Himself and others, from the North I. a,,;..... .a,.h ,o.a.,
1y i n te T o the Nort a (,UI.4Ut.IIILLbundant in 'England, and- to be placed on
have heretofore stood up on the floor of I m -=-
i Congress, the advocates of the -rights of credit at 2 per cent, + Trade in the manu-
t the'South," as was aifnd is now the phrase, facturing districts,"saysWillmer & Smith's
g whenever slavery is talked of in that body. Times, "1is reviving, 'and hopes are confi-
But how have we been treated for our devo- eently entertained that the New Year will
tion to the ,rights of the Sooth? We '
o have been hunted down like wild beasts by bring with it a renewed trade and briskness
n the hounds of whiggery and abolitionism in al departments of busiess.- The:
the North. An' ,Southern Whigs have aid- spinners are not long' buyers of Amnerican,


eral wealth, manufacturing or commercial
facilities?. Truth answers that instead of
being inferi0_r in any one of these items,
Kentucky is superior to Ohio in each and-
every one of these sources of prosperity.--
What then has produced these results?-
Are 4iot these political problems full of
grave and important subjects for the solution
of the people of Kentucky? Do we not
owe it to the 'Commonwealth, to ourselves
-and'tto pbsterity, to ponder on these things ?"
What is said of Kentucky, in this behalf,
can be truly said of Maryland and Virginia.
All three will become free States as soon as
they sell a few hundred thousand, more
slaves to the people of the South. This
they can easily do in four or five years.
The necessity for prompt and efficient
action on this subject is so great, that, it cuts
off ail argument on the abstract principle it-
self. Necessity knows no law and self-pre-
servation is the first dictate of' nature-
therefore, it would be snpererogatory to
stopi to inquire whether it is right to take
such steps as will keep those States in their
present condition. .It is policy on otur part
to keep the.mras'they are--to compel them
to remain breastworkss between us and the
fanatical a.ggessors of the:North. Thbis can
be done, beyond all question-, by passing
satch laws as will effectually cut-off all slave
_en i.i rao10 .-. -- --.
We hope to hear the press of Louisiana,
Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Texas,
N Alabamna, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina
"and Nort-h Carolina, speak out on this sub'-
ject. Indeed, the press of several of these
States has spoken. Let us have a full and
+ frank expression of opinion on this momen-
toos subject. Let us have a full discussion.
We willaconclude tbis-long rambling arti-
cle, by again quoting the law in Mississippi
o01 this -particular subject, to be found in
section '2nd -of' the Constitution, under the
head of slaves,"
"T -he Legislature *shall have andd are
hereby vested with power to piss such 4aws
f reg'ulaling, or prohibiting the introduction
of slaves into this State, as may be-deemed
proper and expedient.'
M'INESOTA 1ICE.--t a#pers tbat the re-
ports in regard to the discovery of a new
cereal grain in Minesota, resembling the
rice i6f the Southern States, is entirely cor-
rect. Professor Randail of Cincinnatti,
who has visited that region as one of a corps
of Engineers in the employment ofthee Gov-
ernment, lhas returned to C61umbus, Ohio.
The Siatesman of that city, in noticing his
teturn, says:
"Professor Randall presented to us (wo
i bags of rice from the lakes at the head of
the St. Croix, one as prepared for food by
i the Indians, and the otherin the rough state
for sowing. As we gather from Professor
Randall, t4iis wild rice, for such it is, (Ziza-
i nia aquatica,) is infinitely superior in taste
, and far more nutricious than the rice of the
g Southern States, grows abundantly as an
! indigenous production, and can be cultivated
- to almost any extent in the rivers and lakes
i that abound in chat territory. After the
r tops of the rice plants 'have been tied up in
i small sheafs'as it stands growing in the water,
an Indian squaw with her canoe will gather
3 from five to ten bushels per day.
* "'Ift will grow in water frdfn six inches to
i five feet deep--where ;it Ifinds a muddy soil.
. The stalk of it, and the branches or ears,
f that have the seed, resembling oats, both in
appearance an'd manner of'growing; the
i stalks areTfull of joints, a'nd rise from i' to
f 4 feet above the water."
s 'Should this statement prove to be correct,
and we have no reason to disbelieve it, we
}have no hesitation in venturing the opinion
E that the Minesola Rice will in time, be
s found to be of infinitely greater value than
- the far-famed gold mines of California. No
s merely mining people have ever yet been
f permanently prosperous, ard wecanonoit hope
I that California is tobe the only portion of
E th'e earth, exempt 'from 'that species ofvaga-
s bondism which -is so peculiarly adapted to a
r mining region aund to mining operations.
f Macov^Journal.
A BELLr. RUNGo IN BOSTON, Bf A .MAN IK
) NENT YORK.--=We mentioned a few days
sincee, that a gentleman in Boston had con-
struetted a system of telegraph signals for
,the use of the Fire Department there, so
s peculiarly fashioned, that, for instance froir
_some ,central point, information might be
. communicated by the electrical wires to
e every station on the line at one and the samef
g time. At a meeting of the Common Coun-
eil, on Friday evening (says the Boston Tra-
t yeller Of Saturday,) the members took a
. recess for a few minutes, and repaired to the
.Telegraph Office to examine (he new ap-
. parattus--which excited heir surprise affd
,admiration. It was put in operation, and
while they were present a communication
. was bad with New York; the wires of tha
f* ciiy, so many miles from us, being connec.
. ,ted with this fire alarm apparatus in Baston
. The correspondent in New York imnmedi


s lately sent on his replyby the same wire, the
k electrical action upon which instantly caused
the deep-toned bell,geonnected with the ap
_ paratus near, the City Hall, to be rung; thi
, great fire alarm bell being, thus sounded in
e this city by the operator at the Telegraph
d Office in New York! Directly after, and
_ while the New York operator was ringing
0 the bell, the other bells here rung by per
a sons ignorant of what was going on, and
n supposing there was in reality a fire in thi;,
. city, the whole Fire+ Department at once
g turned out.

a A TRACT.-A colporteur opened the doo
e of anrtIrishman's shanty in the Second Mu
n nicipality yesterday, and putting in his head
t in a very pious tone asked the owner of thE
domicil, who happened to be in at the time
4 if he would accept a tract of the Hoil
' Land," meaning, of course, an essay on tha
interesting portion of the world. 'Yis,
' was the reply of the Hibernian, -"a wbolf
e section, if you-will give a good title-deed
t But I should like to know if there is mucd
^of it in prairie, or if new settlers are~subjec
r to the-agur there ...-Delta.
I don't liket6 pay forfeits," said Jemima
e and- have all the fellows kissing me-ii
i makes-me common property," "Nothing
s common which is dear," 'meeMy responded
- Bemus.
If A man in Albany has been -sentenced tc
- two years imprisonment in the States Priso-r
for abosing hi "'Wife" and child,' Good,


From the Natchez Courier.
The Slavery Question.
rh Tnthe Courier of the 12th instant we al-
luded to the new phase which this all-ab-
sorbing, vitalquesiion was assuming at some
length. 'To us of lhe extrenle Soath, the
-subject is one/of incalculable importance.
;It overshadows all others in the immensity
of its bearings upon our interests. The
'time fur the discussion of abstract questions
---,o hair-splitting theories, ;ad of imprac-
'ticable principles-has passed. The time
for coacerted, effective, "well-oi-ganize'd ac-
tio onathle par1 of the SC uthern States,-has
arrived.'
-It is a principle so well'settled by-theoex-
perience of the past, and su generally ad-
hitted by every body, that not even a South
Carolina politician will dispute -its correct-
ness--that tthe rights of a manor a cbmmu-
city -are not respected and become worthless
whenever that man or that community have
-become divested of the ,power to enforce
those rights. Under the pressure of over-
'"Whelining power, Right becomes, in the
-eyes of the -world, Wroug-and Wrong,
.'Right. Justi-ce has nothing to do with the
-mailer-organic law affords no protection-
and neither are t-he sympathies of the world
. given 0 ihe weakere, power, w-hen (heir rights
tire crushed beneath ,ihe Juggernant ofnhum-
'"hers. All men-a.ud all iai-ions bow' before
--ihe risini 3ur,,--l;lfe wmirkly satellite does not
'even claiin a passing remurk. To such a
+eondiiioUn ar'e the extir-,e So uthern States
hpprlro chiig with a fearful -ral)idity. The
regul -r course of events is Wtinging on a ca-
tistrophie; whiehL ,ill divest ihein of the
coiinar.,in), political strength they niow pos-
Bess in the couniiils of'the Union. With
.lie loss ol ,i nt str'fhiist il powers depart in
it greater rari0. An(], with.,ihis comes in the
the~l.Bmeholy reflecl-io Ion Oat the Soulhunder
*the lead o91 'npritinjcipled ot indiscreet men,
'has )Imrsnu,'.d a course of policy which has
had no other tendency than'to precipitate
the catastropbe. .I
06' Or leaders, we presume, have no idea of
the vastness of the, slave emigration South
Whi]l h,as been going on in Virginia, Mary-
!land anl Kentucky, for the pa~t five years.
'iiver-since the.enlargemeni of the slave
market, causfd'b-y the annexation of Texas,
"this enivialiin has -been growing greater
aI l grea~t'el. In the 'place of hundreds, tebs
of tholtisa..dsofu negroes, ale now brought
annually South. This is the result of' a
'-sy.stematic plan long since adopted to pro-
'duce emancipatiAon in those Stales. The
plan, Ihus far, has succeeded admirably.-
*The slave owners of' those States are making
emancipationn a sourceI of great profit, by
sellingg Iheir negroes at exorbitant prices in
the far South, and, if they are allowed to
.carry" out-heir designs, in the course of a
.JteW years-all of those Siates wil become free
States and emancipation will have been a
2 sourceeof profit instead of loss. The Yan-
kees I id lhe large bulk of their negroes to
tlhe Virginians and Marylanders at very high
prices, itnd thaea-,foh;rwhi$theschewed slavery
(as a pn, nnad,ulterated course. After sefling,
their slavesintepferlpeiial Slwery, and'at the:
very highest ,prices, ,hey ,abolished the in-
-stiitifion, and ,every Y-ankee man, woman
-and child, considered his or their chance for
.heaven good ,because they lived in *free
:States.
T6 stop -(his cinrtr;ilion-to prevent the
'exercise o"f this philanthropy at our expense
-..toi.lWsethe wide open doors to tlie black
lihordes from those States that are now pour-
ing In dpon 'ust-to 'ro.l) back the ti'de ol
emigration and- Io' force the citizens of the
Slates alluded to, to make emancipation a
matterer of-benevolence purely, ,instead of
profit, is- a matter of ten thoiisa'nd times
<,r.ire im|)orlanee to us..than aW -trher ques-
It.ions Which have, or may agitate., lhe public
,md.. It is a question of v'ita-I importance
!to us, -of the extreme Sout'h, and measures
should '0rithwith-be taken to prevent a con-
summatiol so muchi to 4be dreaded. Let us
-stop this emigr.,lion-cut off Ihis ,source of
vIrofito t16he Virginians, Marylanders and
Kentuckyians. and emiancipation in those
States will be postpotned for yeafs. This
must be done--or, ini the coursee of" a fe
years, slavery will be a-bolished, and we b
!the far Sou th, will ,ot only lose the polili.
'cal: support and bjfluen'ce of those States
ut we will, most liberally, have stepped ir
eand paid tfie expenses of carrying out mneas.
ulres 0o t, boliliio !
+In Virginia, 4Mar~yland and Kentucky
grave disc'us~iins are+ taking place daily ai,
to. the p rop4.ietv anal nfec-essit~y oi" emaneipa
'ihg 1lhe slaves in those Stales. In Ken
tu-eky part-cuh'irly, such i. the+ case. "'th(
leading journals and leadhig men are taking
strong grounds in favor of' emancipation
There. is scarcely ahy doubt at all bnt tha
the new Conostitution of Kentncky will pro
vi'Je fo'r 'the abolition of slavery in that State
J'ust-listen to the arguments which the TLou
Sis'ville Courier, a leading Kentucky journal
advances to sustain its Iposilibns;:
But look 'at' Virainia. the ancient Do
mi~nionh, ;the+ntursing nmoiher or States, o
heroes anid statesmen., and one-of the prin


cipal founders of American freedom. Corn
parce her.with New- York, and how has
fime's whiir-Igig dealt- with her ? New Yorl
.as ajinarea of fifty thousand square miles
Virgpihia has, one of sixty five I housand.-
TheJlIater has idlnn~t alln.-itural advajita
ges ov6er the f empire State, richer soil, -more
eriial elim le, finer. mineral resources,, and
far better natural means of inter-communi
c ation, and h-ow~ro the two States stand to
aple another,?.- In 1769 Virginia contained a
4-spuatjion of seven hundred and 'fifty-seven
thousand, and New York 'only three, hun
,dred theiisand, And how did the figures
-stand in 1840 ? New iYork had 2,429,000
-inhabitanits, and Virginia had 1,240,000, a
very small fraeiion o;vexrha~lf as many. The
-4worn out lands of Virginia is a 'common
-phrase among the farmers of tliat State; bu
Ji ever, heays of the. worn Out lauds o
New York ., What explanation can be giv
_,.o-eo U:f Jbese astonishing facts'? If the~pro
. ductions or elements' hat'eahibit the pros
parity of [he two b6" compared, tbheersults
would be still more astounding 'l[an those
a .ve have shewn. Will any one pretend tha
_,nature made' Virginia the'Thrace, aud Nev
Y:'rrk the Attica of the United "States ? 0
js-[j thble-work of man?..
In 1780, Kentucky contained seventy-five
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.060, 'and, Ken' ucky only 780,000. 'The
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MARINE INTELLIGENCE


H01denvs Dollar MTlagazine!
LARGEST! CHEAPEST!! *BEST!
768 PAGES IN THE VOLUME I
8 to 20 Splendid Wood Engrai
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APAIACHICOLA EXCHANGE.
gTHIS house has been thoroughly
refitted for the season, and the sub-
scriber takes pleasure in informing
the public that be is now in readi-
ness for the reception of permanent
and tratnsient boarders, at the usual rates. His
chef d'cuisine js an adept, and travellers may
depend upon having all the luxuries and delica-
cies of the'market served up in the best style.
TheIBAB is now and will at all times'be kept
supplied with the choicest Wines, Liquors, and
Cigars. A continuation of the liberal custom
heretofore bestowed, is respectfully solicited.
JOHN PARTRIDGE.
December 9, 1848.


Arrived.
Jan 12-Ship Geo Skolfield, Choate, fm Ney
York.
Ship Andiew Scott, Emery, fm Portland.
Ship Grotius, Leonard, fm Boston. ..
Bark Mary and Jane, Cowell, fm New York.
Bark New; England, Williams, fm Fall River.
Schr Aurelia, Hansen, fm New Orleans. .
J~n 13-Brtg St Andrews, Cromwell, fm Fal.
mouth,*Ja.
Brig Osceola, Burgess, fm Franklin, La.
Brig Alabama, Howard, fm New York, to W G
Porter & Co. .. .
Jan 15-Brig Gert Wilson,'Beckwhth, tm 'New
York : ,
Jan 17--Bark Damariscotta, Hawes, fom New
'ork,,'to b;B Wood. ,"
Jan 18-Ship Georgia, Talbot. fm Portland.
Ship Aberdeen, Hubbard, fm New York.
Steamer.Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Eufaula,,Barne, from.Columbus.,
Steamer Fashion, Cadwallader, fm.Columbus.
Steamer Emily, Roland, fm Columbus.
Steamer Albany,'Ryhear, Inm Columbus...
Steamer Viola, Van Veghten, fm Columbus.
Steamer Peytona, Morton, from Columbus.
Steamer H S'Srniih, Stapler, fm Columbus.
Steamer Lotus, Jonos, fm Columbus.
Cleared.
Jan 11-Ship Waverly, Roberiso'i, for Liver-
pool, by J C Maclay.
Brig Wm 6-.Jones, Tylerjfor New York, by A
N McKay & Co.
Jan 12-r-Schr Lamartine, Turner, Jor N York,
by A N McKay & Co.
Jan 15-Bark Mersey, McDonald, for Liverpool,
by J Day & Co. i
Schr-Sylvester Gesner, Rowe, for New York.,
'Jan 16-Ship Manco, Fish, for Providence, by
C Rogers & Co.
Jan 17-Brig Gen Wilson, Beckwith, 'for St
Marks.
Schr Pauline, Yoqng, for New Orleans.
Schr Rainbow, Tuthile,-or Key West.
Memoarnda,
Bark Rob't Watt, Johnson, sailed from Liver-
pool, Dee 11, for this'port.
Ship Sacusa, (new) Howard, sailed from Wis
cassit for this port, Dec. 28.
Bark Desdemona, Mercer, sailed from Provi-
dence for this port, Dec 31.
Brig Wetumpka, Fowler, sailed from New York
for this port, Jan 2.
Barks Triton and Weybossett, hence from this
port, arrived at Providence, Jan 1.
The brig Morea, reported as up for this port, at
New York, cleared from thence for Mobile, Jan 5.
The ship Isaac Newton, noted as cleared for this
port, arrived at Mobile, Jan 4.
The ship Adriondack,"n-oted as cleared for this
port, arrived at New Orleans, Jan 5.
List of Vessels in PorL
SHIPS.
Georgia, Talbot, 488 tons, for Liverpool, 16ad-
._ .ing-J C Maclay... .
Liberty, Norton, 689itons, for Liverpool, loading-
A N MeKay &'Co ald W A & P C Kain.
Mortimer Livingston, Barstow, 749 tons, for Li-
verpool-I M Wright.
Persian, (Br) Hall, 598 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing--Hill, Dawson & Co.
Ashland,: .Rice, 631 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
I B Salter- I 1
Ann Grant. (Br ) Williams, 377 tons, for Liver-:
'pool.;loading-J C Maclay.
France, Nichols, 441 tons, for Antwerp, load-
ing--NXourse, Stone & Co.
Grotius. Leonard, 299 tons, for New York,'loIad-;
..tig---Harper & Hflihes. i.
Geo Skolfield, Chote, 430 toni,'for Boston, load-
ing-N J Deblois
AndrewScott, Emery, 318 tons, for Boston, load-
ing---N J Deblois.-:
Jinny Lind, Bragdon, 532 tons. for Boston, load-
ing--C Rogens &Co.,
Medor4, Ames," 399 toffs, for Providence, load-
'ing-T L Mitchel. '
Aberdeen, Hubbard, t(ns, fm New York, wait-,
ing--Masr.
BARQUES t
Damariai tta, Hawes,;,282 tons, for New York,
oading-D B Wood.
Cumberland, 'Lovell. 385 tons, for Boston, load-
ing--NJ.IDeblois* .
Pilgrim,. Drinkwater, 298 tons, for Boston, load-
gin-N J Deblois. :
Mary and Jane, Cowell, 346 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-Wood & Ballou.
New England, Williams, 238 tons, for Providence,
loading-Wood & Ballou.
BRIGS. "
Alabama, Howard, 271 tons, for New York, load-
ing-W G Porter & Co
Osceola, Burgess, 137 tons, for New York, load-
ing-E P Butts.
St Andrew, Cromwell, 147 tons, for Baltimore,
loading-C Rogers & Co.


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Total to For. 'Ports. .1277 7. 2 & ..5159 .-3205
New York......:. .. .IM2 -.2862 '-.8139
Boston... ............ -e.. ... ;6012 .6012 ..2038
Providence ... .. .1045..3546 ..4591 ...774
Philadelphia......... .. ...... ....j,.,.., ....
Baltimore...... ............. 400 .f.400 ......
New Orleans'..:::... .'223... 960..1183 ...189
Otherports.... ... .... ...... ...... ... ... .. ...
Total, Coastwise.. .. -1388 .13660 .15048 .6140
TOTAL-BALES .. ...... ....... .20207..9345


J UNITED STATES
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse,

LEWIS Oz HANFORD9
Nos. 252 & 25 Pearl Streetl,
(Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip,)
~ioV YOn ...
HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OOF
CLOTHING
: IN4HE .
UNITED STATES.
Adapted to the Southern and Southwestfen Mar-
kets .. .
In the .article of
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
We keep an endless variety.
ALSO THE MOST EXTENSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF
OIL CLOTHING


happy couple, ih'at "Edmonds only recei.
;;,.". ved one vote in thisconty."
; BY M AG1ETIC TELEGRAPH.
'From the avannah Republican.
.12 DAYS LA:PER FROM EUROPE
S "ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER AMERICA.

We received lhe'4ollowIg despatch at9
o'clock last evening, j'rom our attentive'cor-
*-/ : 'respondent in Baltimore. it came all thI
r W way from Boston yesterday': ,
BALTIMORE, JAN. 12, P. M,
,r The British mail steamer America aif'ive'i
.. ; a ; at Boston this morning, wtith accounts 12
: days later from all paris of Europe. I When
ihe Amrtica left 'Liverpool CO rO 'Wag dull
and drooping. Fair Orleans is' quoted at
'41d., and fair Uplamd :,nd.Mobile 4jd. ,
:".? - GRAIN MARKET.
J Flour, ditiy paii, 26 to.2i7s.,.and in bond,
o25 1 26s. 6d. Wheat,6 6to 7s. per bushel,
.,, --- -Jand declining..Whit& Corn, 30s.-best Yel-
low, 3"2s. 6d. pierquraeter., Meal dull.
,-, ,^^.^-;.. -gANfCt ^ I .
The ceremony "of prochiiiming Louis Na-
poleon Presitleni of France, took place'be-
fore the Natin.Il assemibty. He was, de-
.' clearedd io he duly elected, to'serie till May,
?'" 8.852, at wlie lihme "the Republic was pro-
c 'claimed. to he one and indivissible, After
'the President h.,I taken the oath of office,
he'read ah address to;'tlle Asseslty -from
' the Tribuhe. .


Passengers.
Per steam; er Viola--C Rogers,'E C Rbbefts, E
R S.Berns.
Per steamer Fashion-Miss V Gordon, Miss S
Gordon, Miss H Dawson, Miss M Dawson, Miss
E M Chambers, Miss N J Flewellen, Miss E Holt,
i Miss M Holt, Mrs Gordon, Mrs Flournoy, Jno M
Flournoy, J B Hill, A C Flewellen, R Lockhart,
I Chas'Rogers, Gen A C Gordon.
Per steamer H S Smith-Mr Sims.
Per QteamerEdfaula-J W Alexander.
I Per steamer Lotus-W A Kain, W Bailey, D
Presott,a Shaw, P Adams, W Pride, P Murphy,
t A Tretadwll.
Per steamer Quincy.Mrs'P Faust.
Per steamer M A Moore-Mrs McCall, Messrs
C Cargile, Howard, Lane, Pearre, Sprague, Nich-
ols, Pawles, Russ.,
Per steamer Lotus--P Hobatt, 5 o'wery, D S
Arnold, R L Decoifi .... ,
Per steamer Quincy--Miss .Bryant, Miss Ronu-
Jhac. B-S Hawley and lady John G Ruan; E Mc-
Cully, Messrs. Grey, Hays, Morgan, N'Hawley,;
Wood, /)ickerson. i
Per steamer "Peytona-T H B Rivers, Mr Golds.
by,
Receipts from the Intarior.
Per s'earher-Emily--200 bales cotton to N J De-'
blois; U3 to W A & P GKain; 81. to Harper &
Holmes; 48 t'o A N McKay & Go; 15 to D G Ra-
ney
Per steamer Viola-257 bales cotton to 'W A &
P C Kain; 250 to N J Deblois; 121 to A N McKay
& Co; 95 to Harper & Holmes; 36 to Wylie &
McKenzie;- 15 to W G Porter &' Co.
Per steamer Peytona-970 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young, 27 to A N McKay & Co; 30 to
Wylie & McKenzie. .. ;
Per, steamer Fashion-540 bales cotton to Hilj,
Dawd'i & Co; 114 to W A & P C Kain; 122 to A
N McKay & Co; 73 to Lockhart & Young; 91 to
W G Porter & Co,; 14 to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer H S Smith-100 bales cotton to D!
K Dodge; .305 to W A & P C Kain; 150 to B, Elk-'
son & Co; 289 to J C Maclay, 1i6'to Nourse,-
St6h 5c Co; 100 t9 A N McKay I Co. II
Per steamer Eufaula-116 bales cotton to A-N
McKay & Co- 2091t6 Wylie & McKerizie;'96 to
Lockhart ,<) Young; "1 to W A & 'P C Kain.
Per steather Lo'us--=228 Maclav; 200 to N,.1Deblois; 15 to Avery & Jones;-
105 to Harper A, Holmes; 18 to W A & P C Kain;I
62 to Wylie & McKenzie; 125 to A N McKay &:;
Co. '. ,: !.. t,
Per steamer Quincy-'169 bales 'cotton.to Lock-
hart & Young; 20 to Wood, & 'Ballou; I to B S.
Hk Wl y; 7 to Sims 4 Che,ever. e .
Per steamer Albady-4'4'8 bales, o' n.to: J C'
Mclay; 158 4) Notse', Stone & Co; 6- tb W Gi
Porter & Co,..8 t.p:A .McKay & do; 6 to Wy-
lie & McKerizie i'8oo Lockh.itt & Young.
Per steamer M A Kloore--48 bales cotton to.
A N McKay &ozCo; 304'to ,lrylie k .McKenzie;.
56 tp Lockhart & Yo"ng. .
Per steamer Lotus-201 bales cotton to A'N
McKav &-Co; 112 to Wylie & McKenzie; 19 to
W G" Porter ", .0 ,: ,, -
Per oteamer'-ufaula-85 balem. c'ttuon to AN!
McKly &-Go ; 55 to Lockhart & Young; .157 bales'
cotton 104 bbls Tar'to Wylie & McKenzie ; 6 to
Austin & Long.. "
Per steamer Quincy-`134 bales cotton to Wyliei
& McKeniie; 287 to W G Pdrter A b ; '29 to J'
83ay Co; T t*o A N McKay Co ; '90 bbls Tar to W
G Porter & Co. ...
Per steamer Peytona-:-102 bales cotton to Har-
per & Holmes; 113 t6 Jh6 C Maclay ; 18 to W A
,&, P C Kain ; 36 to Wylie & McKenzie ; 398 to
Lockhart & Young ; 68 to W G Porter & Go; 16
,to B S Hawley ; 2 to T Ornian.
Per barge Get! Taylor-123 bales cotton to J
Day & Co; 23 to Lockhart & Young.
,Pei box from Flint River -230, bales cotton to
Sins,& Cheever; "30 to J H & J M Hull.
Per barge Live Oak-1t7 bales cotton to W G
Porter & Go; 19 to Wylie & McKenzie.
Exports.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Waverly-1579 bales
cotton.
- Per bark Mersey--1277 bales cotton.
NEWYORK--Per brig W L Jones-541 bales
cotton.
Per schr Lamartire--376 bales cotton,
Pet schr Sylvester Gesner-120 bales cotton. "
PR1OVIDENCE.-Per ship Manco-1045 bales
cotton.
NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Pauline-223 bls
cotton, 6 bxs tobacco.


AND ."
.'.COVERED HATS

In the World. !
Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of al.l kind
LEWIS & HANFORD,
Nos. 252 & 256 Pearl st.
Dec. 28,1848. 48-3m


Wooden Ware. I"
BRASS bound Cedar Pails, Painted Buckets,
,.B Deck "Buckets, Hickory and Corn Brooms, lor
sale by- [Jan 11] C A GREEN & Co;


..0 BXS. Western and Northern, in fine order,
O3 for sale by
Jan 11. C A GREEN & Co.


O Goshen Butter.
")f"\ KEGS Hamilton's Dairy, of a superior
,2v/ quality, for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


) -. }
MA RLE was in Bosion Ilie oIlher day, and
'strolling alnng the wharves, when he met a
v 'tall, gaunt-looking fiur, whose suo)-burnt
'"countenance, and ti uttered p:irii-colored gar-
meris, originally of' the mi.st outllindish
-fashion, had ldai pictureshtenenps iloul
thenn derived onfy i'roih long coninued ex-.
lpnsure ta the ainOsplhere which ancyl
: 'skpit'-hers delight to present on canvass, .
Dian, who never pelrmiis ihe l'ckof an
.iilrod'uciioh It oinerfere when he deyires to
'form an acquii-'ianve, haiiled llie siranger- '
"Hail1of) rny friend, where are you from ?'"
Jes'.-from Cplerlirny.str," er. .r \
6 Al, i.,ied I' ahd you, can tell, us ihen
whetin.r riis nll Irue about that gold ?1" some-
what atixioualy'iinlerrogpied Dan in reply.
_Trew as you live I-and a diarned sight
Imore-for no man sot o'.Cale'rforny really
does live." ^*_ ,
Th" len why did Vo come back !
." Back !-why to gel my-l'amily. Fact isf
strangerr, a man here .gels so powerful lich.
'that lie becomes co.vetous of 'himself-and,
V ef he aint 'very kearful, willW cut his own!
throat to, rolb htmepfi The root of all evil,
*you kI Inow--tlfere s a leet'le 'oo nI u l of it,-
and I lel't for a whIle-partly on that ac-,
'cuut .'it *, '
S"Oh, you did, eh?" ;I
"Yes-and/:between me and you-that's
;Ihe only way aman can die in that blessed.

H ealhhy cli'iile.- 's siip oeT.
Healthy !-it aint anyliing else. Why,,'
.strancfr. yo- can-choose th-ere any climate
: you like-hot or.cold-and that without
Travetli. more-tbhh ,fifteen minutes. Jest
Ihink o' that the next cold inorhin when
c.by git out o' bed. There's a nsiiioiilain
there-the Sawyer Navayday, they call il--'
with a valley on each side flt--he one hot
atd I e t iorher cohl. W]Il, git on the lop
tW-ihat mountain witlh a double-barrelled
gun, ard you can, without movin', kill either
''suninrtr or winter ganle,je-st as-you will."
Whai i-have you'ev~er tried' it ?"
"6Tried it Olien-aud should have done
irety welt, but fr sone thing."0
Well what was thau."?"
,/ "' [wanted a dog that would stand both
chimales. The .last dog I had froze off" his
!ful awhile piniin' on dhe suminur side. He
,d'dn t gel e'hirely out of tihe winter side,
-'you.see. Trew a's you live !'
S Miirble1slope'd.'_-' (banit Argus.


Cotton IHookfig
TOR sa'e by t ..
Jan 11 C A GREE


'C A GREEN C.


Osnablargs.
G EORGIA and Lowell Osnaburgs, always on
hind, at the lowest rates by'
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


Baagin$ and HIfope-
,PC,-. _. Kentucky; 20 bales Idia,;:100 coils
5.fW Rope, for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


Buckwheat.
01d" BAGS; 25-kegs new Buckwheat, just re.
,2J01 ceived, and for s. Ie by
l Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


Sheriff's SaSle. :'
I WILL sell .on the first Monday in ebruary
next, at the usual hours of 'sale,' in front of'thi
Market House, Apalachicola,that beifig the usual
place of holding Cour'' for tfie county oi Frahk-
lin, the undivided interest of Benjamini S. --awa'--
ley in and to lots 2, block:D1, fronting oh, Water
street, being 11-20ths-of said lot ;-also, lets 2 and?
3,, block 26; also, lot 9, block 1; lot ',,Blaikk264
lot 2, block 8 ; lots'9 and 12',Qiock H!- IotN4
and 17, block Hi, togethe'trwith the improve,
ments thereon, or so-muc thereof as wl3ai'isfy-
the fi. fas. herein referred- to-(h.e s qm being
leviedon as the property of Benjamin'S: Hawley
to satisfy two fi.i fas.- issuing out of the Circuit
Court "of Franklin .County-in, one- of said4fi. fas"
Cebra & Camming being plaintiffs, dB-ehjamiin
S. Hawley defendant, 16r the principal sum rd
$52a7 96, besides interest; fronT;22d December,*
1845, and cost. i In the 'the ,lMile '&;Everrtt
to thp,use of Charles Miles, plaintifl, anA4Bchj.-.
min S. Hawley defendant, for the principal sun!
of $301 12, besides interest frofmi22d December,
1845, and costs. Property, poited out-by plain-
tiff. .Terms cash. "' "- -
.<( JOH:N0 E AS., Sheriff.'
) y B. LucAs, Depuiy. -
January 2, 1849. ." :


Almnlipa


Apples.
A FEW bbls. ,Newtown Pippins, new crop,
for sale by C A GREEN & Co.
Jan 11


List of Letters
R EMAINING in the Post Office at Apalachi-
cola, off the 1st day of January,01849.
Alexander, A D Logan, Wm
Adaffis, Wm V Lanet, Wm-
Aldrich, Dr E S Lindgun, C M 2
Alien & Harris, Lee, J A & Co
Bright, Win McLean, W H
Butcher, James Meals & Crawford,
Bostwick, Clement Mathews, 0
Berry, Thos Muratto, G
Brooks, Miss Catharin McMillin, Dan'l
Beardsley, Sanml H Murry, F
Beares, W H Mahony, M
Brownlow, W Makintaws, W
Bowers, L Moreo, A
Castlebury, J W McAllister, Capt
Clark, J N B, 2 Meyer. Louis
! Cameron,' Jas G \ M-errill, N
Clark', W D 2 Newton, Capt Henry
Corwin, J B Pwchesan,-John
Carter, Revd Powell, Thamas
Centene, Nemecious Preston, Thos 2
Choate, Capt E D Porter, Benj
Davis, Israel Porter, Peter
Delano, Lewis Rovinson Oeo0 2
Dressert, B.K 'Ioan, T T 2
Dilwor.tfi, York" Ruce, J C 2
Dooglass, Hon Thos Randolph, E A
Flemming, W Repd, Sewall
Friel, Wm Ruff, A .
Finks, Sinion Rogers, W P 2
Fraser, Jesse Rawley, S H
O'Donel, Patt.. Roberts,b D.
.Gillespie, Capt '5 Semmes, A G 5
Gibson, Jas; Smith, J C.
Grist, David Solomon, H
Godley, Caleb Stone, S H-
Hodges, H, 2 Storer, Capt D W
Hancdck, Nath'l Sylvie, Capt Jas
Hamilton, W E Simpson,C S
Johnson, Benj L 2 Taylor, W S.
James, Levi .Thompson, S A
Jamison, Miss Mahala White, Wilson
Kilpeattick, D: S Wallace, J B.
Kelley, Cap F Williams, A A
Kelley, John Wheaton, Chas
Kay, John Yen!,.Mrs Nanyy .
W. Pqrson~s calling for any of the above'letters
will please say they are advertised.
JOS. S. MAY, P. M.
Citron, Currants, aisius, Lein-
ons, & ,c.
lUST received in fine order, and for sale by
J Jan 11 ,- C A. GREEN & Co.
Clarified Sugar r.
I BRLS. New.York Clarified, just received,
5U ,and for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


An Ordinance,
To amend an Ordinance entitled an Ordinance
repealing certain Ordinances, &c." passed 12th
January, A. D. 1848.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the
City of Apalachicola, That the ahnual salary of
the City Marshal be ifncreased fo the sum of three
hundred dollars, and-that so much of the -first sec-
tion of the Ordinance, to which this is an amend-
ment, as conflicts with the provisions of this Or-
dinance,'be and.the same is hereby repealed.
Passed by Council, 6th January, 1849.
T HE Subscribers have on hand and ofAbr for
sale on liberal teims-.- I
SUGAR-10 hhds and 50 bbIs N. Orleans;.
10 boxes Woolseys & Stuart's loaf;
FL'OUR-100 bbls superfine St Louis and Ohio;
COFFEE-50 sacks Rio and Maracaibo;
MOLASSES-10 bbis new crop ;
WHISKEY-50 bbIs and half bbls;
LARD-5 bbls and 10 kegs;
SOAP-80 boxes pale, yellow and whit';
STARCH-10 boxes, Colgate's';
PORK--20 bbIs mess arid prime;
BEEF-20 bbls prime ;: ,
TOBACCO-50 bxs and hf bxs favorite brands;
BACON--5 casks.sides and bamsr;
MACCARONI-5 boxes Italian;
VERMICELLI-5 do do; I
CRANBERRIES-20 quarter bbls; '.
DOMESTICS-25- bales sheetings andshirtings;
OSNABURGS-10 bales Lowell and Georgia;
GLASS-20 bxs assorted sizes;; ; :
RAISINS-100 whole, hf and qr boxes; '
BUCKWHEAT-20 kegs new;
ALMONDS-200 pounds; -, *-
BUTTER-25 kegs Goshen and Westerni
CHEESE-20 bxs English dairy;
BRANDY--3 hf pipes Otard, Depuy & Martel;
LEMONS-5 boxes %icily;
WINES-20 doz superior Maderia and Sherry;
.ALE-dozen pale; ...
Pickles, Sautces', Olives, Brandy Cherrie's and
Candy, a full assortment. '
I C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 28 .5.3 Water street.


Insarance.
TiHE subscribers, Agents for The -Etna In-
surance Co.)" 1The Protection Insurance
Co.," and The Hartford Insirance Co.," of Hai t-
ford, Conn., are prepared to take Fire, Inland
and Marine Risks on as favorable terms as any
good office. J DAY & Co.
Dee 28, 1848.


The Protection Insurance Co. of
New Jersey.
THE subscriber being appointed by the above
Company .their agent for this city, is now
prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks.
May 11, 1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL.


HE consignee of Goods marked A. B., per
bark Edward, from New York, will please
make himself knowvn to .
WM. G. PORTER & Co.,
Jan 4,1849. 41 Water street.


J. C. ALLEN. JAMES I. GRIFFIN.
J. c. A1 eie & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICIN.S,PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &C.
also,
A general a"'brtment of
BOOKS, BLANKS; ,TA.TION EAY, &c.', &c.
cor. of Chesndt & Commerce streets,
Jan I8 Apalachicola, Fla.
J. F. FAR^iIOR. E. McCuL'x.

COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
81 Gravier street,
Dee 28 New Orleans.


City Lots,
F"OR Lease or Sale, for which wariantee deeds
will be given. Apply to,
Dec 28 H.-, GUYON.,'


Loaf Suar.
S2000Dec LBS' Steam Kefihed, for sale by .
QOOO}\ Dee 28 D B WOOD.


The Ap'alachicola Bible Society,
Auxiliary to the Ame!ipan_ ]Abe Society, is
now fully organized, ,and the following.named'
persons appointed ant Executive Committee," to
,carry out its purposes. ;
SAM'L BRYAN, President,
NATHAN"BA"KER, V. President,
'A. IIANCO.K, Treasurer,
*./..::,y. P. W. CULLEN, Secretary,
>.- *U- :, J :-, C. P N', "
-^ ^.w\P. LAPl^AbE, \
WILLIAM POE.
The Bibles, no%\,\dalil expected,',will be depos-'
ited wilh Mr. Hancoek, to whon, any one dis-
'pf*ed to c'onttibd't 'to "the Society, or wishing to,
'purchase Bibles and te'tajmems, can apply.
Ap'lacihicola, Jan. 18, 1349.


Edward. McCully,
GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Noa. 28 Water street.
Nov i ..... Apalachi qla- Fa.


Iron, Nails, Steel, &4, 6. .
[Q TONS Sweeds, American and English
.vL Iron, assorted sizes;
30 dozen Brade's Hoes;
26 dozenCrown do;
10 dozen Shovels and Spades;
100 kegs Nails', assorted sizes;
500 1,bs Ca.Atlano German Steel;
20'doz Collin's Axes, Georgia and Kentucky,
I pattern".,
2 boxes Cotton Cards;
4 do CoffeeMills;
10 kegs 5-and 6 inch Spikes; for sale by
,.,: ..... C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 28 "8' 52 Water street.-


Advances.
THE subscribers will~make liberal cash ad-
vances on consign. ents,of Cotton to "their
friends in Liverpool eor New Yo'k. .,
Dec 28. 1 J DAY & Co.


Furniture.
1 MARBLE Top Centre. Table,,
1 French' Bedstead and Beidding,
1-Dressing Bureau, marble top, .
1 double marble top Wash Stan. ,, (
The above Furniture has only been in use a
fe1,,fonths, and will he sold low. ,rAppjy to
Jan iS J. DAY &-Co.


; AdvaneCs.
THE undersigned will make liberal advances
on Cotton consigned to his friendsinLiver-
pool, Glasgow, Havre, Boston or New York.' '*
Nov 18 -D B WOOD.:


'' N otice. ** .. *
T'HE Coparinfership heretofore- existing under
1 the firm of J. D. ATKINS O Co, is this day-
dissolved by ,,mutual consent. 'All.persons in-
debted to the ,late firm will please make payment
to the undersigned, who will continue'the Gro.
cery business on his own- account, at'No. 53 Wa'-
ter street. -HENRY YOUNGS.
Apalachicola, Dec 14, 184S. '.-


Cranberries.
TN hf. and'qr, bbls, just received and for'-sale by
_*_in 11 ^C A GREEN & Co;


No1ice.
THE firm of Roberts, Alien & Co. is dissol'vd.
t Settlements :will b made, and the business
continued by 8 '." C. ROBERTS.
Apalachic0la, Jan.-1, 1849.


:: 4"Boots and Shoes,
"FOR SALE, by the package, by. ,
TL-- Nov18 D B WOOD.,


'For Sale.
10m 0 COIL4S Rope; 1000 lbs Twine, by
1UUJan1 NOURSE, STONE & Co.
Georgia Osinabanrgs,
F-OR sale by HENRY YOUNG,
Dec 28 -53 Water street.
Coffee.
O n' SACKS RIO, landing and for sale by
,0J. Nov1.S D B WOOD."
S' ., Clothing.
FOR sale on consignment, a large invoice of
F city made clothing, by the package, by
Nov 18 D B WOOD.


-:, "To Rent.
DART of ,the Fire-proof Store, No. 14 Water
street. Enquire of D B WOOD.
N ov 18 1 1 11 1.1. 1


Notice* "
SIX weks after date I will apply to thfe Hon.
-JOdge of Probate, for Cafhoun-county, Flor-
ida',t for letters of"administration ,on the estate of
William G. Kelly, deceased, late of said couh0ty.
MATILDA L. KELLY.
December 28 18489. o 4S-6w


Western Produce -,
ST. LOUIS Flour, Ohio ,do, Lard, Whiskey,
S Sugar, choice and prime,, Molasses, Pork, mess
and prime, Bacon, Hams, Sides ana:Sboulders, for
-sale by, 1 B .ELLISON & Co..
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


Hemp and- Cotto-n Duck.
FINE assorjtmnent just receiv'ed'from New
York, for sale by :" .
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


.Rio Coffee.
/f" SACOs prime green, new crop, just re-
tj/U- received, and for-sale by .I ,1
Jan11, C A GREEN & Co.


: -:" For Sale,.-
2 MAHOGANY Counting House Desks.., Ap-
,ply to B.S. IAWL EY, --
NoV 25 & Clumbus Block.i


School Books,


OR 'sale by
Feb17


Bi kBELi,.'


For New .YoL .. ;:
".L-fc THE superioirfkr tilfyg packet b"ic
./iiDAMARISCOTTA, Hiwes, iaslerorflU
"a meet wfth iinmediate drospapch. ,, For
freight on deck. or passap, all ..
'Jan 18 r ap.pt WOCM9


Tor Boisoov*,v-', *-i-..*
..-.E,. THE fine A1 ship-J NZNY tXiMD,
jggtf^Bragdon, masider, will- haveidikatlh for
4& the, above port.:, For dek,-freight or
passage, apply to ""
Jan 4 C. .IOGES Co.


FOr AntwerV. -
E THE splenmdid xhbi FRANCE, Capt
j Nickols, will have immediate dispach
S ~for the above port. F( eght appl (o
Jan. 11 .NOURSE, STON &f CO.
For Neifv Yowrkf
STHE regular packet -brig ALABAMA,
Howard, master, will cAwe .desRatri-fdi
Al xthe above port. For freigdbt or'p asdk,
apply't0 W. G. PORTER & C.
Jan 18 I 41 Water stree,





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PORT OF APALACHICOLA...... ...Jan.


" 'sbuiy engaged in calling off the landI-. G0 ,M M EBC.IAL.ALas
I es.inea t book.; and in another corner of / -
.il e tcetoodh group of boys swapping Cotton, statement Last
imar~bles. Thwrt minister commenced the I year
Stock on hand Sept. 1,1848..... 507 578
cere0ny,'whi'le Ihe Taylor men called out Received past 3 days.......... 6544
gain for Tayloothere, and the Cass man previously ........ .50007
sad n h u k-11., Totrif h utdal ....... 57058,16556
aid i'd--nihe luck.' Te sheriff shouted 'Exported past 3 days .......... 2665
;xbo muchfor the corn-who'll give more previously.ota........ 17542 .34
Total ....... 20207 9345
'fr_-the-cornY;"'the clerk called out the "IN.
'.jquaeter of the west half of sectioo'12, On-hand and on shipboard notcleared 36851 7211
townihip 13, range 12 east;" and Billy ,- lporte of Cotton from Apalachico1a. .
thevcorner criedu~tr, I won't give you two CommencingSept. 1,1848, and same time in1847.
blacks fo'rk'Wbitde ally." But, under all the | i Past Previ-. l :Last
''advantageous circumstances, the reve-, eHr'HER EORTED. ',3daysiously.ITOTAIseason

*iend gentleman, with his maiden lafrels Liverpool........... ..'1277 ..1576 ..2856..2356
fresh uon his brow, retained his gravity, Natz.......... ... ...... .......9..
#to1a r ftIkfrred the ceremony ; ariq as, he Trste ................ ::: ...... :..... ..849
nish d ." he rd o t e en oa .... ..... ... .' .....e. .. .. A3 10 ......
)fi n ish ed t'h e~b en ed ictio n h e re m ark ed to th e O their ports. .. : .. .. . .


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For jailt 0Mor,
iry& fli fitie niew 'brig' St. *AwNpuf,
:]: Crom wei1 E.m ter. 4iM1 bhavedispalci f -
d ~the, above port. For deckfreight, or
passage, apply lo -,.: ..
Jan 18 ". C.: ROGES.-& Co.
" -Iw0n D lars R w r.

:a'e RANAWAY from the undersigned on
Iga the 1lth November last, the following de,
S seri be'd 1Negro Man,.'named'- .AREt.
--H-e is 5 fe~t 6 or 7 inches, high,25 years
?ld, and weighs i40 or '145.lbs; 'o- eortwo 'teeth
out below, in front. I wfll'give iheabovd rewara
.for his delivery to me, or $10 i cn led so I can
get him and pay all reasonable expenses.
,J.3B. EVERETT.
Marianna, Deq 16,,jS48. 48rf
Toar Rentu' i
g ,THE Dwelling House lately'occupiea
.,,fa by the undersigned. Terms-arcommD-
d -dating. Apply to
B.S: HAWLEY, -
Nov 25 -olufbus Bloc:r
T o I ent. ..' *'--. ,*'
STORES Nos. .6 ColIumhLus Block, ad
*;;] 18 Water street. For terM. apply to
Nov ]1. NOURSkE, STpXE&& Co.
.Drags and cT"lreilcines. -:
"-:."'- '. THE subscriber has, --and wifl
c constantly have..oo hand, adcurmplere
assortment (f" DRUG-S and MEDI'-
CINES, which be woi.warerant puATe
^ and of the best .-quality. 6Cuntrv
Merchants and, Planters W1il1firnd -t
to their advantage fo call, exait-ne anjd price his
Goods, before purchasing'elsewhe.r".f.,' "'
N. B.. Physician's prescriptions 'ptf up wit-Ir
care and accuracy at.any'hour of The day or nigft.
J..C. ALLEN & Go' .
Jan 18 Cor. Centre and .Com merce sts.
.: .' Sh~tcriff's Sale. ^: '
B.Y virtue of a writ of fieri 'faclias isued froTA.
the Clerk's office of-ihe Cficbit Court for
Franklin county, Western_ Citrcuit t-Florida;
-and to me directed, Wherein Hirim course i's
plaintiff, aol' John B. Mbrei+abarid'-tLi'ise PelV
lviqn are, defendants, I have lei'ed upoW-and .wfll
offer for' sate before the CoUrt'Hofjse Mdor ini fhd
city of Apal achrcola,64fi.e first Monday in'Fpb-
ruary next, 1849, within the legal hour,'e Ihe foil.
lowing property, to wit :,LOt No.' 10,. block F,,
second ramnge',,in the cily-bf'Apalichicola, levied.,
upon as the property if said "defendants, and to
be sold to satisfy said writ of firi facial.. -"?
.. ..:*-JOHN hUlAS;, sheriff
By B; .Ie-TAs,.Deputy"-
Apalachicola., Dec,- 29, 18489'-.-**-"- -*


Shad.
A FEW half bbls. for sale by -
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.
Smokwd Tongues,
OR sale by
FJan 11 .C A GREEN & Cbo;
JLardi
0[f KEGS new leaf, tor sale by --
L/ Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


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5 FTRKI\S of superior Bd'ter, of" La-
tham's Dairy."
Dec 28 NOURSE, STONE-& C6-


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In:Chancery. "
Raphael J. Moses, Adm'r de ".- *~;
"bonis non, pf the estateof '.W;
John Locke deceased, Bill for 'Relief,
VS. '' &":'*" *
James, Locke, "Godwin &I '-, (, ; o
C ow s, et. al ,- ; .'.- i *- t ('*'
U PON reading-the, bill oC'.comrpla.int" l-ed ini
this cause, .and -it being nade to appear'bl"i
affidavit of o'Wnrainant's Solie'itor, that Jaeins'
Locke, 1Godwin & Cows, 'As* Gove,-.J. D. Stod-,
da'rd, and.-J6hn D.: &. A lhert !X Locke, dele &1'
ants in the bill filedfin this cause, reside beyond
the. lmits of the Stie -bf FloritA, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that publication be
made in the-Coinmmereial Ad'vetlJser' for ',e space
of.feur months, 'requiring' said-d&e4enckrns per-
sonally to be and appear before thiF.oWidrt .oB the
first Monday in March next,' Ihen- and'd there tb
anqwer,.pleadjo or dprnert'q'said biHftfi-led 'if this.
cause, otherwxise'that tt~e same -bevtfete.Qk
feRsed I It fs,'tirthi4r" o dged, that comp'Liinant'
forward~tcr each of defendants alcopy 'o6i Ehebill
filed herein.. .. ."* 'S ,*\1'.- *
GEORGE S.-HAWKINS.[Jtidge .'A-
.A,. .Western Circu.it of F-lorida,
A True Oopv-'-Alteste '.-, :.,..-
WILLIAM'VALLEkb), Clerk. ,
October 4th, 1848., ; ,, -_ .qo ta21-40<4,w'
-. .s .; -:. *
Carston Allars, ) ,'
.. vs. Bill for Divorce. .
Susannah A llar&. : .'
T E Delendant not havmg plea',anesw@eer
J.or demurred ;V complainant's bi]l,'il(ei.'iliti
notice of the filing thereof, given by,puhbM" 4
an -,theb e aid bill of complaint and'th m1i le srr
itheeein stated favying been lakerl.fr.cofep.,ed
ageistst said defendant: on. n ofio."4f.S91i9.14.
fr omplaiinant, it 'is ordered. tkat'said'i
set for hearing at' the first daj'oflie ,^
of this Court, and that n otice of'- suph fifW
be given to the defendant by thbepuboc'tion^.a
copy of this order, ormce a week io.jQIhe';pi iof
three months prior to the first davy .*60 I-' 4
term, in the Commercial Advertiser, .ta 3s
per published in the'cily of Apai'ahial ,, _,
: A Copy. WM. VALLEAui,,eI,'"
December 18, 1848. .-.3*sS .
soups.,' 5y t 7
A IARIGE' assortment -of Toilet Soaps,"]ust
received,' and fir sale 1^ liw' -.
Dec9". i fi',T- 88,L1A


W. A. & P. C. Kain,
-o'M OMISSION MERCHANTS,
.... ... -.' -No. 4 Columbus Block,
......;'" .. A palachicola.
SO Liberal advances made ob consignments
~ -6f Cotton t o their friends in Liverpool, Glasgow,
New York",'hd Philadelphia.
SJan-. 11,.41849.
S. 'I. R. Taylor,
S COMMISSION MERCHANT,
S ', .-p o.,2a Water street,
*- :- Difeb 48-5m* Apalachicola, Fa.
. *:.- .-. .- . .. ,._..;. .. ry ^ o l~ s
,_ W~ ai4S.AL^ AND, ETAIL GROCER,

.., ". Waterstreet, .
1, ft- m ..:t .-- 'A' palachico a, Fa.


Yellow Potatoes.
.00" BBLS. in fine order, for sale by
17 UJan 11 C A GREEN & Co.
Provisions.e,
EEF and Pork for sale by .
Nov 25 D. B,W OW D,


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'0 and..otrsale by : -; :." ^ ..a
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Drugs and:r mt'dicfn .^
,M l E -subscriber-ih lnd 'w 1 -
,^~ f c o ir sf a n t ly h a v e j O _lb4 nd4 a pt gL 1 ,
^Br aarlment of DWf-fUGSand MEJB>-
*4 Ns., wlpid! h- .ilwaW
.4.R9 and of thubis qua it.. Cou '
MerchaqJM.-Sp4 Pjalafers ;vm hrft
to their ad vantage Io call; exa~mine'and pnct .
Goods, before purchaiiing elfew'h'er." r" .. ,
N.- R. -Physiciian's pror&ri pt olonp'q" ,
-care an a accuracy at any bour cf etb'i djt .
cO,..
March'*2 Cor. Centre ad-fon.ec T

J SP "f i .
,WATCH AND CLOCK
^-^fta Second Story Balirz..s.. uT rndi,
!..i,'t"_ (Entrance, on h'p4at.gf ) :
H~rfflinlraiArALACHX!OLA.6 PkA..
N B1 3Wate.hpsf.Ctecks and Jewelry "caref,.lw
Yepared. j&ct.ob= '21,'JS47. .
.A T H ..E J4 -U.M -':^
Bowling- Saloon-and' Bili] lrja
rHE proprietor of the "teiBiiJtl~
_L Saloon" has used eve.ry-endeavor, i iiIakn
the establishment -an agreeable, place of resort*
and i&'thnkfult hat. an ever discrizimpfi_4. ... puB.1
lic prove by liberal pa~ona ep.hei papprecia I'"
e to. as "-. N. i. ... .
-of his dfesiret pleae Iewk wayj'k'-p '-A
c h o i e a s s o rt m e n t i or 1 m S ^ -r e frr ir na
beverages, of -a, sortto tickle, thie palate'-of- 013
Bacchus' must fastidious_ sots; and Oystersi
cool and delicjoio, fresh from their riative bmkiik
For -a pleasanU eowminglwg.ofieei'JS i
anusement---Wlip cv. dulce-there .i th- g
within the circle of gymnastics tp compare witS
a g-imeof ten-pihs;" but those prefer'in LeA
active amusements, can always take a hdW. "
Come one-come all.".;,.... ,
Apalachicola, Dee.30Q.J84.7. ^:i.-r 50.tL.i-
arln'dwarle, 'Ship Cirfmin'lcfy'&,6 ;"
THE -Subscribers have on hand for salt--' r!--
LOCKS,. asmrted, Butrs- Sei-esM, "-ft
Ha-6dsaws, Millsaws, Crosscut t-o, Piaue,"
CQiopa. eseoAuger4,,Gimblets,Cb-isels, and; Birs, Rules, Bevels, Squares,.Broadva E; .
Ship do, Co91i4np'do, Adze, Hotchep mfla.
mers;Shutter Hlangn;s, Blind dpdS9 ela,
Counter Scales, Pla'o, m'do',"odn ,"
Kilcnn' eVWar'e, Table Cult.rfv,"S-Sbe'a.hd"
Tong& Fire Iron, 'c" : .-."
BLAC-KSMITH'i-Bt|ef-o% Anvs, ^ s
Hammers, Vices, Screwplates, Sfocgs-and
ADes, Tongs, Fdes, Ras.'t;e.- ; *; *
IRON-SweedsEngai.ba riAntericaB.,abprmj!.-
rouynd, fla d. squa re, Band-, Hgi~p-,: See.n
Boiler lron.,Railroad, S.pike. do, '!Ardsq shui *
. rVon and Nails, Cal;, 1neish.'f,/B.isfx..ud-
- G ermi-, n Sieel. '' .
PLOTGHS-Single and Double .Comr' Ie" 'l"'
Cprn.fril-l + Lnghaiqils -aPe: do,. x do;- '
Shovels and 8pades, Weedi-ng-+"oe,'g,-t'a rdaen;
Laue and Grubbing Hoes..(im ,v.;s-:2 ..- *^
. CORDAGJ-aManilla and Hemp, as.sorld,-tPelcdb;
1 Ta in', JoiiGoallTarBrglhLVarn.sh-aq4. 1-
spikes, Blucks,-0ars, '&c. (J, -
CASTINGS-Sugar Kettles, ".llll, ,,n; ta,- ,
'dronm, nakeovens,Spiaers'pTut_',Enamened
S" i~el:,lei, Tea Kettles,&?c." "-.*, ; ,
", TINWARE-A full assolitment. "- '
Whopli-aleor4e6ail.' l .:
: .- ,ROBERTS, AIt gjE^ 'tC0. - '
-ApalachicolaJan.^O,; i148. ,. ;; ", ;
A C A R D "i n
THE Subscribers fake this fnfeill.of pfrinfor -:
.| "irigA he citizens of Apilachilt:6la rindl its vi:
6inkiy/, that i hey have now on-harid a very'i*eA :
and wellselecled Stock of GOODS.,,whic.wHTljS ;V
v, sold low, consij:ting iri part as.lf liow s i:.i ,; "
;j Cloths and Cassinmerei;.ya[iomp.4:li(.ji 1%1
e, I s, ahCV Pi'i-n :. do. bd ,. i v
: ", "A-apaca LDs tre; dd.j.igyredi ", -
$ilks, Frodo R'vnej i ; "'; ."
i" "do. rontell"4 "' ."- '" )i-
f 1do. Satin Striped '. "t "";^
-Fancy Cashmei'e Rnbes- "' .
;- tr.f.s _
-d s.- Melritr'a ^- d, ::'d:_.'-l^ . h.... *P. ,-,
do.' Delaine .-do.. 6F ,=-^.'.. :
. M uTslus,.I(!dia B S; ,"-'-'7.
db. ,Swiss, Luce and ColoredI.1," -
,: Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread : '.
Shawls, Dama* Silk ;- .,."
do. ..ar ..no "' '
"" o.: P laid ,ool; -- " \ .
"** Kid -Lace and Silk Gloves" ""-'-
d'i '.Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, la'festashl6on' *' .
: -Ribbons in all varieties:' ,w ** .- "
d Brown Shirting; 7-9; 4-iJ a d3, ,-- '. -"
n. Bleached do. 7-8, 3-4, 4-4; 10'14 abdl-- .

d Ingiain and C 'ttbn Carptetn.,. .,,'y -"
Carpet B~ig .. .' "" -
\Hats and C aps, all styles '" ;'.'. _
.t ._'Soots and Shoes ...
'.Clothing el all kinds. ; "'' *,*vi^."S"
A'tSO, a neat- assortnment-- of. JBW-ELP..d
1 many other arlicles too numerous to 'mention.
.. Call. and exd mine for yourselves.
, M. N. SCOTT & BROTHER,
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SHEETINGSi Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, low for -cash, by
B. ELLISON &-CO.
Dec 9. C-or. Water and' Chestnut sts.


Wood Ware, &4&
B ARREL Covers, PaintedPails, Tubs, Flour
Pails, Measures; Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,
Brooms, &c. &c'. tor sale by '
B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
De .Piles.

DTITCH ETT'S celebrated Spanish Specific, for-
L aale by [Feb-24] -H F" ABEEL.
H ydrostatie Ink Fonntain.
A FEW Hydro-static Ink Foutains, Pen Racks,
AL- Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals,-
Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale-by,
Nov 18 ........ J C ALLEN.
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15 t do New Orleans Sugar; .
2 20 bblls St Croix ....
5 bxs Stuvanr's Loaf r r j :
10 bbl- grotind ,* ". '- : .
S10 acks io Cob ee; 5 J ,
.<40 bxs Aromatic Tubaccb; '
50 Mihl't'd do.;
W 80 Spjerm.Candles; 5.0 bxs brownSoap;
,IICj bagi Shut; 50 ke&s Powder;
I 0u.,' Ilbs Lead ; .. .;
2 0 U kegs IVWhite Lead, No. 1, Extra and Puire.
rFor -alehv W',. G. PORTER & CO..;
De 30 "'41-Water street.


Z_::2- !!7 L :


Child-Birth:
A Valuable Sczentific work, upon' the. Subject
of Gestation and Child-Birth, by R. A. .
WEISSELHOPF, M. D., late of- Paris, i
just published in NMew York, bY the .au hor.
This.Work contains recently discovered infor- 1
option upon a subject of the -highest importance
o 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 greatinconvenience, suffering, or
>erhap risk of-life. A meth'0oef avoiding kse
troubles and dangers at will, (-recently discovered
by a celebrated French Physician) i& fully corn- .
municated in this work, 'so. that anyg.persoh may !
ivail himself of it at once, without pdrchas"ig-
any instrument, medieinre, or other articles,, rm ;
the author.- _The meahs of "fr'e&htion here s'"gt i
forth cost comparatively notfifng, and are within'"
the reach of all. The process is new, safe, itf. !
falible, convenient, simple, anid .cannot injua;,
the health of'the most delicate. Nor does it
cUttail matrimonial privileges in the letist.
Morally Considered ..
-The object ol this work can be shown to lib of
the highest utility, and sustained by the sourdest
principles "ot prudence, political economy and
virtue. It'show's ho a, pliysidoogichl effxet -may
be produced scientifically and without' ir4try'to
the constitution, which thousands attempt to ac-
complish by the most unwise and reprehensible
means. The object fs by no means new to the
world. The means will be 'esteemed by all sci,
entific, 'right-minded and sensible people as a
discovery in physiology of 0the highest conse-
quence to public morals and happiness.
The Instinct of Naturef
Love, and the desire for union betien tlej
sexes, will be indulged', taflk pf ptrdaen ce 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 offen
suffe'irig and misery of the most -fearful charac-
ter. Who, then, shall deny to man, (a free agent)
the.right to marry and to regulate the instinct of
nature ? -.
Young MIarried 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 treasure
in early life, it would have saved them more than
half the suflbring 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 com-
plaints-, capable of fransmissioi from, parent to
child, afflict many Wort'hy people, who aitthe
same time, are as capable of" enjoying themselves
in, the marriage state as their more fortunate fel-
low beings. Shall surcji persons refrain from mar-
riage on this account, or shall they marry and
give birth to a feetre offspring, .destined to a iWL
of suffering or an' early death ? Thie anweY-to
such serious questions will be fold im the w6rk
hete recommended.
Early. MBlarriages.
Early Marriages are strongly advised by-all
philosophers and writers upon social and~political
subjects. Early Marriages beyond all question
tend to promote virtue and happiness ; and with.
the power of regulating the pfocrea'tve-CuncionS,
made known in this wori,-,nay be freely entered
into without fear of incurri-ng responsibilities-
which cannot be sustained. "
Over Populqtion of the Earth.,
Over Population of the perth need be no longer
apprehended. The calculations.of Malthusand
the wild frars of Robert Dale Owen, are alike
rendered baseless by this discovery here cofnmu-
nicated to .the world. "The -control of men
over his accidents," in this respect, at least, is
here established. The wisdom of -exercising
such control, none who give the Subject a mo-
ment's consideration can doubt.-
iH[onegty of'ikhe '_orik..
(J There is no decepfioh or humbuggery of
any kind about this work. It is precisely what
its 'tite indicates; a-scientific publication, con-
taining information -of great value: to married
people, or those contemplating' nmariage, ex-
pressed in-plain language which all can under-
stand, with no unnecessary words put in merely
to swell the number of-its pages. The whole
story is told, and thfe meanis'of accompLi~hi--g thie
objects of the work tully and i'airly'giveh, solthat
the reader may avail, himself of it at oac~e, w~ith-
out- purchasing any -mediciri&,* instrument,- w
other article, from the author, lThe means of
protection which it recommends, may also be. re
lied tupon, without fear of tdisappointment or ini-
jiury.- "'r"
Physicians, lProfessors, and Cler,
gymen ,
In all parts-:of-the .country ,have given, their
testimony'strongly iu favor of the objects of thii:
work, and the nature of the discovery. We arn-
nex arfew~of tlies'erecommendlaliofis: _.. -
S NEW' YoRK, Sept. i3", 1848,
DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF--Dear Sir i I should
have ndtpiestion whatever that the means re.
commended in. your work on Child-Birth, would
accomplish the object's intended, considered, nt


reference to physiological principles alone, but I
have'also the happiness to know that it hasj'tood
the test of practical experiment.
Yours, truly, R, LE DOYEN,;
Professor of Midwifery, lateof Paris.
NEW YoK, August, 1848.
DR. R. M. WEISaLHOFF-Sir: The moral
effect of such inlormailon asyoir work contains
I. believe to be decidedly salutary. The rights :
man to control. the animal instincts cannot b(
questioned. I think'the work Will be the meah,
.of doing-much good.
Rev. BI F. CROWLEY.,-
L No. 8-Stanley Park, New York.-
DR. WEISS-LHOFF-Sir: 'The principles o
Chemestry applied to tfie hmnts for regulating th(
ptoereative Iudctions, as stated in your work ox
Child-Birth, would satisfy-,any well-infdrmec
person, that the"object of that publication, coulc
be attained with the-,,mstn -rfet ease, certain,
and safety.- J; L. SULLIVAN, ;:
.Pofessor df Cheminstry, New Universi y9t
Copies of this wurk will le sent, in a close en
velope, at single letter postage, to any pArt of thi
United.States for l, sent po.3t paid, to .- ,
DR. R. MA. WEISSELHOFF' 7
Box 2710, New York City."
Copyright~securecr No Booksel'er :allowed tb
sell this work. Publication Office, 258 Broad
way,,New York City. .....
:, CACTION! :

9: jy Persons who wish the Genuine .T b/"fi,b;
Dr. Weisselhoff, with private notrs addealb y-hi
own hand, caffobtain i.t.-it,.ky-sending directly,
to him, as he em'proil o. (/sioq thgtevfrraw
never sells theh'\ri;orj{"t 'igre aarep ,er eforoi
Bqok .behhf, Pedlar, Postmlaster pa&/e
can' possibly lurnish ihe genuine work. Bew"are
therefore, of false copies and imitations, whic'l


matter whether -the result of inherent cause _or
causes produced by irregularity, illness or aeci"
dont. Nothing can be more surprising than its
invigorating effects on the human frame. Per-
sons all weakness aad lassitude, from taking it,
at once become robust and full of energy under
its influence. It immediately counteracts the
nervelessnesss 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, .to
exhibit certificates of cures performed but we
can assure th'e 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 been blessed with fine, healthy offspring.
To M11others and Harried Ladies.
This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly
prepared.-in reference to female complaints. No
female who has reason to suppose she is approach-
ing thaf critical period, The turn of" life,"
should neglect to take it, as it is 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 fir several
years by using'this medicine. Nor is it less val-
uable for those who are appiroathing womanhood,
as it is calculated to assiMt nftirioe, by quickening,
"the blood and invigorati'the system. Indeed,
this medicine is invaluable for all the delicate
diseases to which women a.re subje-t.
t'-baesJLhe whole system, renews- permanent-
ty the natural energies, by removing the imptiri-
ties of'the body, not so far stimulating as to pro-
duce stibsequent relaxation, which" is-the case of
most. me~liLineii taken for female Weakness and
disease. By Using a few bottles of this medicine,.
many severe and painful surgical operations may
be prevented.
-Great Blessin* to Mothers and
II ". Children.
It is the safest and most effectual medicine for.
purifying the system, and relieving the sufferings
attendant upon"-child-bir'th ever discovered. It
,strengthens both the mother and child, prevents
pain and disease, increases and enriches the 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
childbirth-in Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swell-
ing of the Feet., Despondency, Heartburn, Vom-
iting, Pain in the Back arid Loins, False Pains,
FHemorrha.e, and-in regulating the secretions and
equalizing the circulation it has no equal. The
great beauty of' this medicine is, it is always safe,
and (he, most delicate use it most successfully,
,very few cases require any other medicine, in
some a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful.
Exercise in the open air, and ligLt food with this
medicine, will always ensure a safe and easy con-
*fnement.
Notice to the Ladies.
Those that imitate Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
have invariably called their stuff a great Repiedy
bor Females, &c. &c., and have copied our bills
-and circulars which relates to the complaints of
women,' word (or word-other men who put up
medicine, have, since the great success of Dr.
Townsend's Srsaparilla in complaints incident to
-females, recommended theirs, although previous-
ly they did hot. A'number of these Mixtures,
Pills, &c., are injurious to females, as they aggre-
.rate disease, and undermine the constitution.
Scrofula Cured.
This certificate conclusively proves that this
Sarsapavilla has perfect control over the most ob-
stinate diseases of the Blood. Three persons
.cured in one house ji unprecedented.
Three Children.
Dr. Townsend: Dear Sir-I have the pleasure
to inform you that three of my children have
been cored of the Scrofula- by the use of your ex-
celleat 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. CRAIN, 106 Wooster-st.
Opinions of Physicians. '
Di.-Townsend is almost daily receiving orders
from Physicians in different parts of the Union.
This is to certify that we, the undersigned,
PhySicims.of the City of Albany, have in numer-
ous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
an& believe it to be one of the most valuable pre-
parations in the market.
1, H. P PULING, M. D.
J. WILSON, M. D.
-' : B. BR3IGGS, M.-D.
.P. E. ELMENCORF, M. D.
Albany, April 1, 1847.
Caution. "
'rOwin- to the great success and immense sale
of Dr. ToWns'end's Sarsaparilla, a number of men
who were formerly our Agents, have commenced
making Sarsaprilla Extracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Ex-
'ttacts of Yellow Dock, &c. They ger,'. ally 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. *
Principal Office, 126 FULTON Street, Sun
Biiil.tii., N. Y.; Redding & Co., 8 State street;
Boston r.Dyott & Sons, 13-2 North Second street:
-'Ph~iladelphia; .. S. Hance, Dri.i'ist. Baltin,,re:
P. M. Cohen, Charleston.; Wright &, Co., 151
* Charters street, N. 0.; 105 South-Pearl street,
:_Albany; and by all -the principal Druggists and]
,Merchants generar'ly throughoUt the United States
"West'Indies and the Cana~das.-
.For sale wholesale and retail by -
: H..F. A-BELL,
May 25, 1S48S 19-1y .Apalnchicola.


Tax Collector's Sale. |
BY virtue of the authority in me vested by law,
B I will expose to sale, before the Court House
Door, in the City of Apalachicola, on Monday
the 12th day of March, 1849, between the hours
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 1848, assessed thereon, for the State
of Florida and the County of Franklin, together
with the cost of advertisement ard 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 117.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 18.
- Lots 4, 7, 8, 13, 14,15, 16, 17,18, in BlockE2.
Lots 6, 7, 13, 14, in Block F2.
Lot 3 in Block D2.
Lots 4, 7, 8 in Block 11.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 4.
Lots 4, 5',6, 7, 8 in Block 8.
Lots-1 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 Block46. ,
-Lots I to 10, in Block 54.
Lots 1, 2,3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 3-2.
Lots 2 to 10, in Block 34.
Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 188.
Lots 2 to 19, in Block Jl.
Lots lto 20, in Block LI.
Lots 1, 5, 7, 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, exclusivee of
that portion of St. George's and Dog Island owned
by'the U. S. Government) ; also, all Lands lying
East of tile Bay of Apalachicola and bordering
on St. George's Sound, and running East to the
miuth of New River, from thence in a 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 28.5,000
, acres of third quality of Land, and 1000 of 2d
quality.
BENJ. LUCAS, Tax Assessor and


Ilo Chancery.
Raphael J. Moses, Adm'r de)
bonis non, of the estate of
John Locke, deceased,. Bill .for Relief,
vs. f &c.
James Locke, Godwin &
Cows, et. al. j
UT PON reading 'the bill of complaint filed'in:
this cause, and it being made to appear by
affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor, thatlJames
Locke, Godwin & Cows, Asa Gove, J. D. Stod-
dard, and John D. & Albert L. Locke, defend-
,ants in the bill filed in this cause, reside beyond
the'limits of the State of Florida, but within the
United States: it is ordered, *that publfcatibn be
made in the Commercial Advertiser for the space
of four months, requiring said defendants pet-
sonally to be and appear before this Court, on the
first Monday in March next, then and there tb
answer, plead 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. HAWKINS, Judge
Western Circuit of Florida.
A True Copy-Attest :
WILLIAM VALLEA', Clerlc,,
-October 4th, 1"848. oct21-40-4m


*"---o-Writ-and-,bles~sing of t-he Age. -
Dro _Aer -1 ars ar Ia

The m0t exftao6'i~aTry-,edifcne in the Wrrld!
his t.3xld(ei4Ss.ut,-i p iIQ. jarr B.:,tll.-: it isisix
S4ims4ha]per-'pt'eaisanter, and wrr ,ntell ,ILi-
iHorotoany sold._._1r cures without -
Voiaifting,rpurging, si'ckenirn or0
: :' : il~tatfiag trhe.P-atier~t.'
*-T':hf-gr~ea~bilty and -supieririty of this Sarsa-
pirillajiover. *otlNcrn~egites that while it
%radioatest ai t'ase it i -vi,",ar.-3 l ihe body. It
Vlofbroftthe Vefy-'bes-t, .. ,-I ,
RINOA-ND SU~tf A .'A [E INES .
Ever known; ,it not -only pu,'rii.sf the wn .1,? sys-
ftem; anA.4-strtengtheisji.he p,.-. I, .b Lit i ceates
-i :sw p -ef a -r, a -l rich blo' od, :- a ......; ,:..- by
" o other A-e1E ii ... Ad i i', i es ri,_- grand
-,sbee~t'y -i. v:,.) I .rf, il 1 .... *- [t l,,it.i-- r ,r-r i ,ri ,--
"within theiR, ljsty. ', r ear,, *,,o-rea t i 1n 00,0J10
(jtures0ot'rt a 4 .i .'1' ,. ',,. ; at-klast 15,0900
*w ere c r-i,4 rI.'i I I t' it l -e" tr ;- .'i n ha lives
"of in '!* Ir h n- 2 -1 -.,1lI,'=- ,V \". the "tw o past
'ese 'rn,.' :- '' : -.
1-9.093 Cie,1i. of U -a o a")'|?i'i
" Dr. I'o v\i-^ I'q r'-, i -il i vigorates the
w '.\ >ij .,'-(? o |..-r.',:t n-'.1' ] '.) th'.Tse .,. I ,-.l "-
10 4r their 1 .:il, e >ij c'i \,, Iejc 4 ,:'1..'I- ot f ,.,l-
iclne ,ir 1) .li "-r ,'.,q ,2 *, I!.;I,_- i in youth, or the
e\-:eitiv r~ill, i'- i1.' 1 -*-'', and br~oughlt
O I a gr ll l'r ol 1 ',' 1,_" il 1 ,..11 .11,, I ,, .the ne.rv.ou s
wtein, l-i'iittn.l-, w ,.r ,,l .i f','i t.,,,. faintfingjsen-
s-ti,'-i pr.?.in It .. t,. t, 1 *I "1 1 ie, hasten ing
"towiril that latal d ,:-l '. '_' ", i n:.)!ion, can, be
cntiirely re ro-1 b\' t'i\- A I. -, It e in Jy. This
S ar.j parill:, i. i .r .ir ,i,, -i i i \

A it re-i.a v; a i -in .;,' ,,: '," .ysitem gives
activityv t) th,-, limr 4. M. l :.-tr h to,, ft e muscu-
Ilar j.,s i n. i- "I I .r ,'e I F.11 ,', ir ,I --'fse.

t lean.3 a 1 .itr,-,I I' ,1 .1 ,in 1,cat be
c ir-?.i Rr', I-' I .r i' l "1 .- 1 i ,1 1 y.. er ;C ,prn-
plaint, C ,1Hl,. C it 'rr,' C I-l ,,; .-\ h i. i*Siit-
tin ort l .P l, 1l *! .. 1 r, '1,-: _' ,.-t [- 'I.'
Fll.iih, N .ii ht S voilz, i) ] '.hl ..r Pr)fnse Ex-
p !I'r.1 ri.)ti Pt-iii in t, he Sida, &-c., have been
iand. can n beoLC re c ... ."
- -: NN.-v York, Afril 28, 1817.-
'Dr. Tiwi s i I -I-veril', 1 li-7e tihat your Sar-
"aparilla hb 4 b '---i thlein mtl r. li Providence,
of saving my 1lie. [ h ,v, t'. l",'>r '11 il years had a
'bid couli. It b, 'rAln_ tr.i ,n I worse. 'At
li t I rai-,i lir-P., rii, tii ,,"' blood, had night
s x ea I a Ai Was g-r-j'l' 11chdnit lfe~d and reducedd,
anid di..l ot eipvclct tl 'hv. I 'I iv:e only used your
Sir-,riparilla a-short tiine. aa d i rr.-r: hi. a ,won-
d, 'rfu.l chain e \ eel wir.ju Zit L-i III .- am" no' v
able to walk all ovor thi; ,:i[,\'. I c ii-? o blood,
and inyv cou' hu; k-It I n. Y n ; gine that Ir am th in l'tk I'j, r tfor .l ri f to ;
Y our .')be,1?d e.? t f.,'i'v ',t,
V \-I.I.I'r. t h in st

Thisi i, only one of io ',_ tIliv'i ,,u'r thousand
Li-;es of Rhi'jmitin thtt Dr. r"i % find'ss Sarsa-
-parilla ha-cared], 'i.e m ,,r t '.'-- ind chronic
.6 1s.? aor. weekly eral.a.1ted I.\ tit e'-traordina-ry
V irtues. I .. .
Jain?- Cnismz,-, Et' '-'*1 "T the agsistants
ita th L-, li.," A-.vi,.l n, T31%:.- -.ll's Island,is the
gentleman of,."l 1 Bt, kv,dl's T 1 .1,, Sept. 14,4, 1-847. -
D r. "r'S.vnie'iif- D,: ,r :. -r :* hi s,,u offered ter-
ribly f.-ir nine vjr-= ? 'I*LGnnri,!i] ; con-
sidterable or t],e time I ,o ,,,I not -eat, .,I,- or
.Alk. .I haid the urn '-i t ]i;lr,-'^i.,'' i',in- rd
m y lim bs W .ren t.-rrih Y' ..', l[-- I. I ..-,.'. u ed
four bit tIes oof" y4 ir S Ir ",,-;,' Ill1. 11 they have
done more tlt'i,6ne t:.,,,one,.I dlll,1'- worth of
good. Youi art ;?t lib,?rt) ta use th'is-fbr the ben,
efit of the afflicted. "...
.Y. 'ou r_ ri, -''' ,' ll',, .
.. : *, ;: .." JA.\\[r:-;cr I.ING?.-.
'.- .; *;. j-Fe~ver-a-a.n.a ,Aarie;. .
D r.'o' s n 's q.tr.i 1 3 1. t-. Ie ]i ell .l lin
ca-s of" the Clhllk and Fever.axid,Asne. The
following letter is ok ', r? of 'I'i-ir 'l that we
have receivedtrom t h.o S-? an-nd West of like
characterr. .
.. ,_ -0sweg, Mich.; Oct 2-2, 18-17.
br..Towi-eid :' D ear Sir-T -),,'h ?.llur my
- wife two~b *lt-,i 6f- ,ir':).ir ,l] i 0ofyour A&ent,
Mr, MXcNa-ii, 6;' KAtlLI 17i -,,/to try it fbr the Fe-
ver-and A.''e .l!e-',re I hd finished the first
bottle, irzipp, etr-, I to w ,rin the bl.,,-1, and every
other d y, w l i th1'C ',;liP. T.)' l 'V I i;>[,:-,]|'1'
they were-less violent; "and -before she Ih.i fin-
ished the b.ttle, S',l wl_,, errtirely relieved, and
she was much bet-ter than shebhad; b3en before
she took.-thie Agud., A I i-l. tli.it had been vtery
sick with the Chillk, a'i,i Fever, but had broke
them with Q,'iin'e, and was left in a very weak
and distreisin; staie. and t.jibl.,1 eeee,.,iiiil
with the Ague Cake, i,' the effect that it had
on my wife, she sent anui pr.,eatre.d a few-bottles:t
and it restored hier in a Ie \" ,V-', to c.i=ii.il]t'e
health. Your Sir.np.u'illi i.' \virl-iit, ,ubt, nil-
equalled in d is .a~ e in ,:i,-le'it M o th ,, \V .t, .tt ,1 if
you think that this c'nntn. i ,i>.i,'ioi will be ,df use
y o u are at lib erty t'J u se it .is y ,o ,. ,'h ,,se. -
.... 'Y oulj'r rre-iie,'tl'llv,

Canker in HI~e fl[Oni'i. ,
Below is aa aeccim |t ,r .ri.)t~li.:r chil't sa:ed.
Dr. Townsend'.i Sarsa.rri~la~ hns saved th~e lives
of thousands of chiL~lre i. The followingg two
certficirtes are select;.l fc'.,'n .t gt'.'jt t|;l'il'.i.l re-
ceived this week. :=-
:. ..... ,^,,,....-.. : N.ew, V.,,k, April 1, 1.847.
j'Dr. Towni~end : D=,ar Sir--One of my children
was v'ery'siek with a C'T nk.-r in the M~oiqthrand
:Throat, attendrtl-withi _"r._t ,.l~lb[it(. I~t'came
Near dying, ['obtaiii-,l ,.lni of your e\-.':e[-lnt
medicine," and it cured it ,l|.li:t:ll,.for .wr,|.'hi I
a s s u r e y o u [ f'e e [ v e t ''ry t ,!'i[.- ''" .
_-Y our-, r.;:'' e.**trllv. : .
ELtEA.BT1F[ b"Ol.LII', -2 D-abrois,.-r.
Fits! F~itsl Fits!
Dr, Towasen], not haj'.in ti-tc-d hii Sa.ir.api-
rilla in cases ot Fits, of c,:,,Ir.-; ]ie e'rer.-;.,inqei, l-


ed it, and was surpri.eJ to, ro.'eive the I.)llo.vin,
from an intellit ent -aa-.l re,- ect3)l,. Farmer in
Westehester eunlv :
-" F"l rdhim Au .tu 13, 1,7-17.
D 'r Tovnsenl': De.ir Sir-l hive a lIttlegil
qev'en'years of-age, w'h,- hi3"'be:;, -everal v,?irs
affht__-ivt'ffi t.; wve tried ahun-t erylim,
for her, hut- withoutt succes;s; at last, although \ewe
eould. find no recommanda,,in in our cire,[lar i 'o
- cases liile"-_herd, we tho,'ght, as she was in very
delicate health', w'e voull zive' her s.'-,e olf your
SairsaR-illh, .nd are very *\:dr we. did, for it not
. oIly r6toredh er.strenrth, but she ha-3 had no re-
turn o.e.-Fit'; to our rejt pleasure and soir-
prig 'fShe is fast b cming ri:,ed and he-arty,
lor' a wefeel grateful.
Yotrs, te3p;,ectf[IIlv.
.- *> 1/.... JOHN BLUTLER, Jr.
i.e ta.Ip- .lledicie. ..
,_D^t..ptjun.nrs "ff Iparill.t is a qov'ereio.n and
rpee.-Iv curfor [n-citieht'CoigumptiTon, Bir,:n-
-, heS, Proltpsu Utrfa.,F.'llmn 01 the Wonmb,
QFefi ee^R~I :1e cr, h,o White;-, ob-
s trAof i t Nlt r^enilrumtion. I.ncfjnti-Aene
.of W* Mrurfftoluntary discharge thereof, and
fop the general prostration of the qystern- nc


io Pysiicians, Country *M ""6a maxS^' -Q .
The most liberal tenmP -1ll!of wbxnJc m-rruif "
pure anid ubadultKaed. ,,, .

i i ?'- (*A&^'atev s4eee,
,Apalacnicola, Nov 21, 1846 -


Carston Allars, )
vs. .> Bill for Divorce.
Susannah Allars.
THE Defendant not having plead, answered
or demurred to complainant's bill, after due
notice of the filing thereof, given by publication,
and the said bill of complaint and the matters
-therein stated having been taken'fdr confessed
against said defendant on motion 6f Solicitor
for complainant, it is ordered that said cause be
set for hearing at the first day of the next term
of this Court," and that notice of such hearing
be given Io the defendant by the publication of a.
copy of this rider, once a Week foT'the Space df
three months prior to the first day of the next
term, in the Commercial Advertiser, a newspa-
per published in the city of' Apalachicola. .
A Copy. ,WVM VALLEAU, Clerk.
December 18, 1848. 49-3m


Collector for Franklin Couify.
Apalachicola, October 7, 1848.. 38-6m


Slheriff's Sale.
B"Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from
the Clerk's office of the' Circuit Court for
Franklin county, Western Circuit of Florida,
and to me directed, wherein Hiram Nourse is
plaintiff, and John B. Maurean and Louise Pel-
levin are defendants, I have levied upon and will
offer for sale before the Court House door in the
city of Apalachicola, on thie first Monday in Feb-
rua'y next, 1849, within thelegal hours, the fol-
lowing property, to wit: Lot No. 10, block F,
second range, in the city of Apalachicola, levied
upon as the property of said defendants, and to
be sold to satisfy said wiit of fieri facias.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff.
By B. LUCAS, Deputy.
Apalachicola, Dec. 29, 1848.


B-. Ellison & Co., Cor. Water and
Chestnut sts.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
MIANILLA andHemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive.
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits.Tur-
pentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Lithirage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Conal
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 Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, 'Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, Axe
Helves,HRooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do.,
Can do. CGtton 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, Shovel's, Hammers, Hatchets, Chi'sels,
Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw
Files, Rat Taildo, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Hanlyards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
B ay Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Toolsfampso Posts, kc Ac.e.
Apalaehico'a, Dec. 9, 1847.


Sheriff's Sale.
T WILL sell on the first Monday in February
next, at the usual hours of sale, in front of the
Market House, Apalachicola, that being the usual
place of holding Court for the county of Frank-
lin, the undivided interest of Benjamin S. Haw-
ley in and to lbts 2, block D1, fronting on Water
street, being t'-20ths-of said lot ; also, lots 2 anm
3, block 26; also, lot'9, block 1; lot 1, block 26;
lot 2, block 8 ; lots 9 and. 1.2, block HI1; lots 4
and 17, block H1, together with 'the improve-
ments thereon, or so much thereof as will satisfy
the fi. fas. herein referred to-the same being
levied on as the property of Benjamkin S. Hawley
to satisfy two ff. fas. issuing out of the Circuit
Court of Franldin County-"in one of said fi. fa.
eebra & Cammingbeing 'plaintiffs, and Benjamin
S. Hawley defendant, for the principal stun of
-$527 96, besides interest from 22d December,
18-15, and costs. In the other, Miles & Everett
to the use of Charles Miles, plaintiff, and Benja-
Win S. Hawley defendant, fo"r the principal sum
of e301 N2, besides interest from 22d December,
1845, and costs. Property pointed out by plain'-
tiff. Terms cash.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff.
By B. LudAs, Deputy.
January 2, 184'9. : "
Warranted to Care."
C"OSTER & COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic,
compounded from medicines of our own
forests, a pe-fect and lasting cure for fever and
ague, and for being the best Tonic in cases of
general debility or' w weakness now known, for sale
by [April 27] H.FABELL.
Thomnpson.s, Compound Syrup of
Tar and Wood Napthai
F-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.


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,
I-Tyson do; Powchong do, Souchong do., Goshen
Butter, CheIse, Lard, Bacon Hants, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and'Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shaa, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups,, Pepper Saucee, Olives,
Gapers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt, BRaisens. Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oa.s, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELL1SON & CO.
Dec 9. Cdor. Water and Chestnut sts.


Stationery.
TUST received, Writing material Wt every de-
*J 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 and red, for sale by
Sept 23 J. C. ALLEN.


Blani Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.-
50 reams Foolscap ani-d Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange an*d Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March I H. F. ABELL.


Paints, Oils, &0.
TUST received, per brig Georgiana, from New
tj 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 .. 3. C. ALLEN.


Chloroform!
W ARRANTED pure, just received and for
sale by
Nov 18 J C ALLEN.


| ry Goods.,
rmHE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
1. sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
. White and Red Flannels,
Bangups and Tweeds,
Super plain black and fancy Casameres,'
Sup)er E,,nlidl, and French Cloths,
S WhitnoY' B[:inlo.-r, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
M11-10ill9s Q,filts, 9 -10, 11 and 12 qrs,
Denims, K-remli-ns and -ottoBnades, .
Brown Si,-,tiing :nd Sh1et.,nI I ,
Cotton Oshaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
leached Cotton Shliiin&',and Sheeting,
Eii^'li'h,.Frc,,-ii and American Prints,.
Extra uper, plain and t\\ilin Ginghams,
Super Cashlmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch andAmerican do.
SSuper Italian black and figured Silks,
Bla,?k Si]k Crct;a a an. iar,'.' Hkfs,
S Spe-.r English in,.l Pongee.Silk Hkf;3,
E1 lisli'an'l American Cott.:.n Hkl'-,
M..Ala,,r'a4 and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies'Cotton Ho;?,-111: G ,ntsHf-hose,
-; e Snp>?r. Satin. M.air.iells & r \:t'.:istedVestings,
Coalt.In art,.FI Thre>cad, .
-: Plain anud i'd Swisvsardj checked Muslins,
.;I- J~'.gnet arnd Cambihric MuAslins, ;.
WNeedleg. Pins, Tape, &el :&e 6.- -
New Y,:,ik ;iij Bostit-,nf'romImpofrtersan-d Agents
o, I man,'.),t u rers, ait t he lowest, rnarket rates, and
are now,-offered at -,eimlesaie nr-"etail onrfavorable
terrni-l" I\M. G. PORTER & Co.
Dee. 30,1- :(17." 1 W after street. "


Hardware.
P-LAiNS, Plain Irons, single and double, Hnm-
L mers, Draw Knives, Augurs, Auguer Bits,
Spring Braces, Timber Scribes, Turn Screws
Marking Guages, Mortice do, Saw Sets, Wood
Rules, Adzes, Wrenches, Saws, Locks, Hooks
and Staples, Butts, Screws, Hinges, Shutter Bolts,
Brads, Tacks, Copper Wire, Melting Ladles, Rat
Traps, Axes, Hatchets, Coffee Mills, Sledge Ham-
mers, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &c.
For sale by B. PLLISON & Co.
Dec 9. 1 CoP. Water and 'Chestnut sts.


Dry Gdoods.
DT ILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannelts Blan-
kets, -Tweeds, Shirtings; Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calieoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c,
For gale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Dee 9. Cor. Water aid Chestnut sts


Cider.
f(\ BBLS Champagne, for sale by
0 Dec 30 B ELLISON 'Co.


SWEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding and Garden
Rtoes, Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton and Wool
Cards,, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron and Suagar-
Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by
B ELLTSON & Co.
Dec 9 Cor. Water and Chestnut sts'.


BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by thecase;,
Women's Shoes and Busking', .
MAen's, Boys and Youth". Brogans; "
". fine sew'dBrogans;
Men's pegged Boots;
C" fine sewed- Boots;j 0 :
Russet Brogans. For, sale h%
S-. B.-ELLIS)N & CO., :
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts,.


r
F'OR sale by
Dec 30


rtnuners, Oil0


iron, Nnils, &e. .
O'r' TONS Swede Iron, asserted sizes,;,.
20 101) kegs Nai.ls, ... ,d0. '.-/ .
4 casks Weedirig Hoes, assprted -aqiil," .
20 Blacksfifth Steel Fa'ced Avlja&t -*
20 "' English ahn'At' meiin'I :..
-20 *- Bell owsvyi wt-' w f
f 2 d o z e n S p a d e ,hfi tl S h o v r ;s r ; .- I r "
'10 Collins'Pxesfi .'. ,,ir ^^.c-'f
10 bxs..Cotton*and--Woolrn- CariT^ 2- ".
I caspjkfwhd^'pCt Sft el mi-d~wsF-o-:
1000 Ibs Cast and.oG6rman:SheeL-fia1t.-e^4? -*fi
.. v' tw i-' o_'' -i'o'..- ,% ,-- _


B ELL!SON & Co.


,' New Dry Goods.
A USTIN &,LONG, Liccessors to J. Stevenson
& Co.. r"Ire just opening ak th, ol d-stand, eor-
ner of Water and CIhestnut s Ireets, an entire new
stock of, DRY GOODS, SHOES,:-HATS, &d. to
which they invite. the attention of the former
customers of the old firm, and the public., ".
Apalachicola, Nov. 1_, 1-,15., 4 43-6m'


Xlote:-Paper.
P ERFORATED arnd Eiabo-.?ed Note Paperlfor
s-ale by :., "
Ded9- JCALLEN.


Letter, Paper.
~ REAM, fin e Letter Paper, just received
J10L and t':,r sale by "_ .
April13 C--. A. _LLEN.


: "Perfumery.
A LARGE asso^tr;nefn'6f.Extracts, 'Cologne,
&c.,&c. for sale by ,
Dee 9 JC-ALLEN,
Gold Pens! Gold Penis!
O-F the latest and moit approved st3le, just
received, and lor sale by
Nov J8 JI C ALLEN.


Wgistari''and Sai, ne's Balsam
of Wild Cheirry, .
JTU.rT received andl fbr isale .by- .
-No. 11 J, C. 'ALLEN.


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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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VOLUME VI.] % APALACHICOLA THURSDAY JANUARY, 84'u! [NUMBER 51. .



-WMMEBCIAL ADVERTISER tttntni: Bfrttt01D..... British Periodical Literature I The leading Periodical in America. I. A Very Private to Letter President from Polk.Major JackDowiiig of it lo-day, I'll try to describe it more another ;

VALUABLE PREMIUMS TO NEW SUB- time.
PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY ETJ. GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK HEAD OF SALT RIVER, Dec. 1843.
SCRIBERS! I'vespent considerable
JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. lime examining:

J;. W IT MAN. J. Day & Co., Subscribe. early while the hrms are low!! For 1849. DEAR COL.-It all come out jest exactly. and exploring this curious river. tmd 1 thinfc

ns I told you 'twould in my last: despatch a I've learnt more about it lhantfny that's _
of COMMISSION::; MERCHANTS body
Buildings, corner ,
BaltzelPs Dedicated the Ladies United Stales.(
to
Third Story oJ'the
Office, Commerce and Chestnut streets. No. 52 Water street, RE-PUBLICATION OF few days before the election. The arth- been up here afore his differnt from all

Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa. THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, Edited by SARAH J. HALE, quakes and harrycanes was awful.. Someof the other rivers that I oversee. It hzsjno

TLRMS.:: Qc5- Agents for LLOYDS" ;**also, Agents for the THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, GRACE GREENWOOD,. our friends was t throwed up sky high, and springs or stream running into it to lied ii.
Three Dollars per llnnum: JEtna Insuranct"Co. the Protection InsuranceCo. THE NORTH REVIEW ancT L. A. GODEY.A haint been seen' heard but it '
BRITISH of since feeds
SOB' HIPTIOVS.: ." and the "Hart ord Insurance Co." Hartford nor some was itself from its own waters. AH
if paid i
months, or #4 00 if paid thereafter.( AXDBLACKWOOD'S to every No. and all of uTwas ship wrecked and splashed running up-stream till it eels to the head of
for less than six Charles Rogers Eugene W. Rogers. .
term N. P. WILLIS' Original
taken a : Scriptural Poetry.T.
subscription
No will invariably be charged for Chas. Rogers & Co., EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.The ARTHUR, who contributes to rvcry'No., overboard, and left to the marcy of the wind the river, and then it divide and turns off

SiiSwu'"r wu-be! dii'cotlJinut'd i until COMMISSION MERCHANTS, above Periodicals are reprinted in Isevv illustrative of Croome's Sketches American: and the tide. I was lucky enough lo get each way, and works& along down in eddies

all :\rreoaT. ;es'1re; paid, unless at thf option of the Water street, York immediately on their arrival by the Bi-itish Character. a-stradille of a plank and made out lo keep and currents by each bank of ihf river till it

I'r"jw'tor.ADn twelve l linesor Dec 9_Apalachicola, Fa. steamers, in a beautiful clear type: on line white We intend merely to give a not ice of ciiii i intentions my head above water. I drifted about awhile gets to the month, and then it turns round
,
:.TJ'Hi J'S.-One the:square l rate(of One Dol- paper and are faithful copies'of the urigiilal-I for next year, leaving to others long; advertisements kind of confused !likr., anti! .**uUln'l regular into tl'fccntrecurrenI aeain and up
nierted at N. J. Deblois. "
will be
less) BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE being an -" lull of sound and fury, signifying hardly tell whether I was on the ocean or it comes.

iar tot the first, and Fifty Cents for every subsequent COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT simile of the Edinburgh edition. not ing." on a lake, or where I was. This shows the reason why any bodv that

those insertion.To who. advertise by the year a liberal:: No. .Water-street, They embrace the views cf the three great Agreeably the practice of last year! ,the publisher At last I floated again into a rivcT, and happens to gel ii.io the current of Salt: River

discount will be made; but.ill advertisements not Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa. parties.in EnllandTory;, and Radical.- will issue:; as good a number each month as then I concluded of course 1 was bound has lo ;go clear lo the head of it before( Ire
lie does in This i is novel feature in
Blackwood and the London Quarterly are January. a
sUictlv pertaining: to their own business, as well __ down Niagara, and should have to plunge can stop h ,hows the reason, Ito, why
Maazini"- the whole of last
and the publishing. During
a* all j lt3I advertisements sent in by them, will A. N. McK.\Y.' N C. ROBBIXS. CHAS. PRATT. Westminster Tory; the "EdinburghReview"Review" Radical.Whig The; "North year: he cave more engravinss! and more reading head anti} ears over the big falls. I seemed any body thai; sels ont (In :jr U down with a

be chafed: ar the tBtul rates A. ltc McKay & Co. British Review! is more of a religious character, matter than any of his contemporaries, and will to be floating! ; along down the middle ol the boat, or a raft, or any Ihifl :. has in lead it .

25- \1Itpl! l :d" rtis. me.ltg must be paid for COMMISS ON MERCHANTS, having been originally edited by Dr. Chalmers, continue todosonextyear. Those who subscribe river, and away off before me and away behind along ihe ahute by a line, fur if it happens .

in all vance. for *No. 40 Water.street, and now since his death, being conducted by his to GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK may do so under me 1 could see a good many olhers lo get out a litil; > too tar from shue. ami

,{:3- five DjlUrs!! will be charged announc- Dec 15 Fa. son-in-law, Dr. Hanna, associated with Sir: David the assurance, that they will receive more for I goinc ihe same way ; and away in close lo get ketched in ihe current. II.f'n.* .' JOUSP

!nj" can lid.ite<: f.n oifice. tli must Apalachicola, Brewster. Its literary character is of the ver thei .J jnoney in the Magazine alone, than by subscribmg I the shore, on both sides of the river, there with it ; il !has u> go clrar; batk tu ihe he:"l .

:;J'L'[ 1I..nti..t'net, : s frn: a #|lance reference Jeio. S. llutcliinsoii, highest order. ,tii any other"work.. To this is added seemed to be a good many going the other of the river and lake another Matt. This of
tI1.,1 1 1vith the cash: cr city ,
I ta d-c > a and included in the same S3 the LADY'S DOL-
insertion. AUCTION A DCODnS510NlERCIIA: T, PRICES FOR ISIS, (IF SUBSCRIBED FOR EARLY.)) way-that is, as 1 thought, going up stream course, makes the navigaiion of S.ilt liter,
riure NEWSPAPER which
LAR in
u contains
> ,
.- No. 2 Columbus Block, For any one the four Reviews, $3 per annum. month nearly,if not quite as much reading mat-one I was kept along in this way till I come lo a on the' passage out very hard and (!tthdnh?.

j3ucjIrjj: : Dfmtocn.Win. Apalachicola, Fa. For any two, do. ;5 ter as the other monthlies, making for $.'{, the narrow place in the river which J learnt Now, I'll tell yon \ |hal; I ::dvis you by

--- -.. ,- ---' j- Advances made on all consignments:; if. re- For any three, do. 7" amount of reading of two magazines a month. afterwards was called the half-way narrows. all means to do. You know Congress: i is in
---- --- ----. -<-. -Porter-- -- A Co.E.TaEtZ5 r1red.:. Nov. 25! ISIS. For all four of the Reviews. S THERE ARE PECULIAIUTIKS about G'dev's Lath's Here tlte current grew more rapid, and I a great taking lo |pass a bill Inr( ihe improvement

For Blackwood's Magazine, 3"For Book! fur the ladies that no other Magazine;, floated along very fast ; but I was so near of ihe fiuiuiiioti:: of l hikes!' and river,

"1i IX I;OODS A\D CJMMl1ONMEILCIIANTS D. B. WOOD, Blackwood and 3 Reviews, 9 possesses.:; : There is a Mezzotint and Line Engraving I ihe shore I could see folks on both sides ,and they aie a If,; .llhtJ I can't tin ic this sea-

: COMMISSION MERCHANT Blackwood and the 4 Reviews' 10,00 in each number-both by the bvst: :artists. and hear Vm speak. on becauseon'll putuur' HU it.
No. U Water street, 24 Water-st. Payments be made in all cases in advance In addition to those there given upon
to are monthly
: .\pd\.tchi\ ()U. Fa. Presently I I met a man on one side of the Now, you jet strike: a biain jib Vm. anti
iVoJMi Nov IS Apalachicola, Fa. PREMIUMS, what no other magazine !give?-a Colored} Fashion river, fooling it along the shore, and lowing tell rem if t ihev'll put in ;it million: of dollars

i IL; t. NoJrs-e: II,, C.Stone Sume, A- Co.il. \V. lJrok.ouI'st l s. -i'Ho--Il.: AUSTIN.. WM. H. LONG. Consisting; of back volumes of the following peculiar Plate with to Godey.a full inscription as no other work This has featureis them a Mule boat after him, as I thought, up into the tail to improve! the navi-aii.m: txf

C 0 M >I 1 1S :3: L O X :M C U C H ANT, S, Anstiii & Long:, valuable works, viz : every month and colored. Tlu-n there are Caps, Mream. At first, by his stooping walk and Salt River anti let diner.it 't'is have' ili*

No. 10$; Water street, COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, Bentley's Miscellany.The Bonnets, Chemiettes, Equestrianism: for LaiC5 bald head, I thought he was too old a man laying of it out, you'll! sign; ihr bill. If we
Metropolitan Magazine.The TIle Ladies'Vork Table to be doing such haid kind of work but could I lhat bill through
with u
Oe I-.! Apabchi"ola; : 'Kla. Water-street < Engravings. ; get ;: would! l be ofirnmenst
-- -----,---------- 10t Dublin University Magazine. with design, for knitting, netting, crotchet, when he come nearer, 1 see he had flaxy importance to us:ar.il our fri,-id: *
l..oclihal'f Y Young, Nov II 1 Apalachioola, Fa. Blackwood's Magazine. of work. Patterns .
and all other kinds for hair and a young and almost boyish: lookingface. for a good many years to comr. '

'T 0 M I )11 .S S lOX ai.l: fOR WAilDINGlERCllANTS Commission and Auction Rom, The London, the Edinburgh, the Foreign Smoking Caps, Chair Covers, Window Curtains, He went straight ahead, with a line \Ve cant, of course look lor YO I'Ulrlt'r&lill :

> I Quarterly, and the Westminster Reviews. D0\ley's, Purses, Bags', &c., &.C'. Health and over !his shoulder, drawing the boat after after the 4ih of March. I shJll be getting
EUFAULA, ALABAMA, to Blackwood, or to ona ;
.No. Water street, Any one subscribing Beauty, with Engravjngs. Model Cottages;; with
nov2l Aialachic: Fla"TTaTpcr BY of the Reviews, at $3 a-jear, or to any two of ground plans, and other engravings; always illustrative -I him, and,singing a merry kind of a song, every thing ready for )Uu as f.iM as 1 can.-

the Periodacals at $5, will receive, gratis, one of something useful. Music, beautifully I which I couldn't make out, only one varse I've got a notion in my head however, that

A: ftolmos, J. B. STARR & Co. volume ot any of the premiums above named.A printed on tinted paper, which may be taken out \ ol it, which seemed to be this : you might hold! on there at Washington:

COMMISSION abu MERCHANTS, WP having received a full share of the patro.. subscriber to any three of the Periodicals at and bound. Colored Modern Cottages and Colored Life is real, life is earnest ; some years longer; yet, and Le' in a situation "

Jj fntu lite naie from the Merchants of Apalachicola last $7 a-year, or to the Four Reviews at $5, will receive Flower Pieces occasionally. These are all extrain Things are jest what they do seem ; to do our friends more good may L... than
far
5,3SIII, will feel thankful for the same in our line two volume as above.A Down Salt River thou returnest,
MUTUXL (INSUUANCI: COMPANY': premium Godey, and:) to be found in no other Magazine. you could ui> here.
SUN : of tt.e coming winter. 0, Tribune, 'tis no dream.
biMiiv Reviews
subscriber to Blackwoud and three my
rID York These were all given last year, and will be eon- I see they are looking round alfovrr the'
of t.'u' City Water No..1l street, men to Cabinet
country a for
Apalachicola! Fa. EuTaula Auction and Commission at $10, will receiVe 'three premium vol, one of puz !ed. I'd heiril a good many songs that Gineral up ,
Pec 12 Taylor ; and they seem lo he
-.- House, umes. "CROOMF/S} SKETCHES OF .:\:\IERIC.CHAUACTElUSTICS .;\ had more truth than poetry ,in 'em, but this going
\V. T.: Wooi. li.I li. JUuuoi:. BY gC/ Please be particular in naming the premiums one seemed lo have more poetry than truth. upon the rule licit them that did the most

Wo oil .V BiIIoti, .... desired and the works subscribed for. A most amusing series, now first given to'the Any how. if this was really Salt River, that towards electing him must have the first
MMISSIOX: .MKK-Cli ANTS, D. DAN1TORTII. chance in the Cabinet. Now
COM in
CLUBBING.Four American public. These will be illustrated going upon
had heard much tell uf I couldn'tseem
O.iice: .:\0. 42 Water-street.-Upst.iirs.J Thankful for the patronage hitherto received copies of any or all of the above ""orks'will every No. by a Story from the powerful pen 'A'T. we so that rule. ihe first chance: belongs lo you of
AiMldcnicoU! Fa.AUVA to make out how I should be sailing
in |H:!! he would address cf the S Arthur course for there isn't niher
from the Merchants Apaluchicola, he sent to one on payment Esq. ; no man in ihe
\VVME, WM A. AIcKu.vziK.= re- ;i.'rl1ll1v solicit a continuance of their favors. regular subscription for three-the fourth copy THE CHANGES OF FASHION," lown stieam so fast, and ihe Tribune man country that did a quarter so much towards

\\')'1ie & .TIo3i.t'iiXBe, Ellf.1t11d," Ala., Oct. 2 7, 1SI. 4'2-s being gratis Illustrated by Fay Robinon, Efq This series be tugging up stream so hard. This didn'taree electing him us you_did. In fcct if it 1 hadn't

C 0 M MIS:SI O N MERChANTS .........v---- ____, cr:: ..\;} premiums will be !given where the will he very interesting to the tadie.- with ihe election returns of all.- been for, ,) (111. he never would 'been elected
N.>. 42 Water street, above allowance is made to clubs, nor will pre- ., APPLICABILITY OF THE FINE ::omeihing ha?- ot twisted round; things i is -
33cofessioual Xotfccs.7lLSlrpXEl7 at all and) if he doesn't
the
S' I'f. 1, J517. A.idUc'iiicclu.Fq, miums ii any case he furnished, unices the subscription ARTS TO DOMESTIC: USES not jest what they seem. While I was ; give yon first
in his Cabinet
-- ----- place if 'u1I11131.e
-- ,
if
.. --- '- -- the with Is another series of Engravings now in ) he'll
--
$. ,V J. ciitei is paid in jit/lto publishers, !; prepaa.tion. bothering my head about it, I looked over

\V,1 )LKS,\LE.AXI) RETAIL GROCER: \\ (GREEN )1 D. out recourse to an agent. i and:; will COTTAGE be published FURN! during ITURE.: the year. on other( side of the river, and there was be ihink the it nngreaifue would; he! \\n-si man, ;nil thing that; ever* considered lived.' I

::y .'articular u-ntiuu i I'H.! 10 I) Juin:; ul'f}<..l.lUil"stt"tn ,, cMxy be found at his residence: corner ol EARLY COPIES.A intend another man with a line over his shoulder, for take ,
Model! to lace
hlavingglven: so many Cottages,we you a [ at ihe head of the
) ).tt .iii1 1 *inp #loree: Cetitre and High streets, opposite the Mansion late with the British publishers lowing! a larger and heavier boat up stream,
'\o. 4y! iVat sired, arrangement now t to commence the publication of Cottage: C)Ii I net.
N .\'. 11 I dUchicola: Ha. lluu-e. Nov S. of Blackwood's Magazine secures to us early Furniture-a very necessary appendage to a us I thought. He was a tall officer-looking As for dear old) Mr. Ritchie, I $pose
sheets of that work, by which we shall be ableto Cottage. man, with large whiskers, and stood up you
"
II. P. Abcli, W. G. 31. Davis, place the entire number in the hands of subscribers RELIGION AND HISTORY. straight and walked strong, as though hetlidti't can spare him now as well as any lime; an4

W'iL':"A.ft,:: A.VD RETAIL.', ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW bfelore{ any portion of it can bo reprintedin '.I Our superior Artists, Walters, Tucker, Pease care for no-body. He loa seemed to as the weather is warm and pleasant yet. and

1)". \LEflIX I O.ir.JS.': :MKjJiCl.VB! ?, PAIXTS, OiieVa l services to the public in either of the any of the American Journals. For this and and Welch, are now engaged; upon a set of plates [be singing; a very merry song. All I could comfortable for making; the voyage whynot

OltS, GLASS, &('.' Jcc.AN above capacities.. other advantages secured to our subscribers! we illustrative these; two subjects.:>. hear of it was just ihis varse : start him right along ? I hope you'll be

i- \ .;. ier.il ;mjitment of tatiiciv.. He will practice regularly in Franklin, Calhoun pay so large a consideration, that we may be OUR MUSIC. careful to see him well! rapptd up and supplied -

C >r. .it't C.icstnut and Water street.?, and JacksonCircuit Courts-and will, upon compelled tn raise the price of the Magazine. Prepared expressly for n*mostly original, and Old Ujjcle Sam was a jolly old soul with a plenty of blankets; in case there

A'iril t Aiulachicola, Fa.Sailer a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Courtof Therefore we repeat c subscribe early while the beautifully printed, has long commanded a decided And: a jolly for his old soul and was he he called; for his bowl should he a chance of weather before begets
He called pipe,
the Middle Western Circuit. He will also, price is low.' preference over that of any other Magazine.It And he called for Taylor and me-. here. Tell bim he needn't be a bit
Ucaj.lulin cases in the Court Appeals at Tallahase Remittances and communication should be is afeature in The Book. afraid he'll find! comfortable
good
ICOMMNloN: : M: C; U C H A N T, argue- the sessions of which he will always be always addressed post-paid or franked, to the TIlE LITERARY CHARACTER OF GO- As he passed Ly me I see the name on the here, and; nothing lo trouble him,quarter)for I've

NM XVater strl..t-LTp BlairsDec. present at, unless prevented by accident. publishers.. LEONARD SCOTT & CO., DEY'S LADY BOOK. starn of the boat was New York Courier been
all round here and
there
isn't bearsnor
1 1.1S17., Apalacljico'j. Fla. AjKilachicola: September S, 1S4G. 79 Fulton St., New York. With such writers as Miss Leslie, Grace Greenwood and Enquirer. J was in a great puzzlement; no
-- --- -- -- ---- wolves Federalis-ts
W. G. Simms Mrs. Ellet, T. S. Arthur, nor nor any thing
,
J. C. AllenaHltf ---- Oil Cloths and Carpets. these! Whig chaps was all so merry, and yet
A. G. Scmmes, MisE.. Oakes Smith, Mrs. J. C. Neal, H. T. .. of that sort. I don't think I ever see a
'\\t! :>!- nnd !:tail J D -alrr ;inniUJtS I ATTORNEY AT LAW. PCS OilCloth, 1.and 2 yards wide; if this was really Salt River, it seemed to clearer of Federalists
in
15 Tuckerman, II. W. Herbert, &c., Ihe author cl country my life ;
: vlBmriYIW I 1 A1NTS:: OILS, Simmon's Building, :3 superlngrain Carpeting; me t they was going the wrong way according
J\"o. 2 pcs
GLASS UirSllliSVc.Ac.; 03OJflee:: Capt. the Widow Bedott,Professor Frcst, Bryant, Long and every man I've talkedviih here is in
dlo I I ("ur. Centre &. Commerce streets. 2 Ii Stair fellow, Holmes-and a host of 1hers-r.1U always !- to the 'lection, and I couldn't tell what to favor of the resolutions of nineiy-fight.

..7. grjitt'a/atwrlnicnt (,Pf1ATICiV novft Apalachicola: Fla. 10 Tufted sale Rugs WM., G. PORTER &. CO. take the lead in literary merit.TERMS" make of it. As I was near enough to hail I remain your friend and pioneer. .
For
by
15),):IvS: i'.LA.N'KS.S Jrc \:c. Still(I*. Dec 30 41 Water street. : ihe Courier man, I thought would call to 3IAJ. JACK DOWNING.
c ir of Chesiiut &; Conin: Macalx.y
Bee I_Ajulachicula, FI... SCOTCH received and fcr sale by Lancets. Book, containing more reading than any other subject. So, says I-

B. S. Iivloy, Feb 17 H F ABELL.Perry and Thumb Lancets, just received monthly, and the Lady's Dollar Newspaper pub. *. Hullo, Cornel !". He stopped and luru- THE GOLD FKVER"IN NKW YORK.r
' SPRING lished twice a month, which contains as much answered Hullo." "How is your health ? said \t e to a bilious
MERCHANT ed tound and
.\CrR AND f COMMISSION ) : sale by ,
Davis's Fain hiiIcr, )reading as of the $3 periodical ol the day- looking friend that we met, after missing
any
Xo. 2i: Water street, Feb 24 ; II F ABELL. Says I, "I ask your pardon, Curuel, but
ALLEN. making three publications in.one menthor if the him for time.
sale by J some .
IVc Fa.
5 ApalarhrC', I'm in these and a
FOR a stranger parts stranger.
Panacea. subscriber prefers the following splendid "
lIIS _ _ cngra.\-I Twenty-three carats fipe.
boat.v ill
' Avery & .1 ostes, --- & HOUCK'S Panacea, just: received ings to the Lady's Dollar Newspaper, (althoughwe to you, but I know you by your Your health ?" said we again.

G:IIOCS! US .V; CO ,MISSION( MERCHANTS: Lemon Syrup. SWAIM sale by would not advise it, as engravings cannot be you be so kind as to tell me where I'm bound Worth sixteen: dollars ."
No. 43 Water street. tl RAY'S superior Lemon s'rupjust receivedand Feb 17 II F ABELL. sent through the mail without being crushed or to ? For I'm kind of lost." :: an ounce.Ve

Dec 5 Apiluchicola, Fa.EiAMJN I for sale by Caps by the case [low, for cash by creased,) we will send the beautiful plate containing "Oh, certainly," says he, "with the greatest said! nothing more, and left him peri- _
Feb 17 H F A BELl.. HATS the portraits of Harriet Newell, Fanny bound fectly convinced that he was troubled with
:' : : El.USON '\ JLI.I.UI .\.. WOOD B. ELLISON & CO. pleasute, my dear sir. You are *.
B. Ellison A Co., New Publications. Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut st. Forrester* Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Ann H. Judson straight up to the head of Salt river : you the Callyforny fever.
'--- -- and Mrs. E. B. and the plates of Christ \Vhat's .the price of United Slates
-
-- Dwight
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sale -
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, fC\f\ VOLUMES just received, and for can't miss for there isn't a single
AID DEALER* IN: _UUbyNov Drills and Medicines. Weeping over Jerusalem, The Opening of the that your way between here and there." Stock ?" said! we to a cf'ft'bruetlVall; street' :
turns out
DRY GOODS, GROCEKIES, HARDWARE: 4 H. F. ABELL. subscriber has just received from New Sepulchre, Deliverance of St. Peter, and The path I broker 'we jostled against! a moment after. <
TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, TilE per brig Virginia, a large and fresh Rebulfe. If preferred to the Newspaper or: plates, Well, now, says I, Curnel, you or *. Thirteen pounds! of gold in ons*
CAPS CROCKERY, SHIP Soaps. stock of Drugs and Medicine, and all articles we will send Miss Leslie's No\'clof Amelia, and must be under "some strange mistake.- I pure

CHANDLERY, fee. LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps, just usually kept in his line, (to which he would respectfully any three of Mrs.: Grey's or Miss Picket ing's popular Don't you see I'm floating down on the cur- lump. '*
Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. A received, and for sale l hy call the attention of his friends, and novels. rent? Ain't the river running down this New York, Sixes': 4

L Dec 9 _Apalachicola. Fa. Dec 9 H F ABELL. the public generally. For Five Dollars we will send two copies of way and carrying me along with it? Perfectly "inexhaustible,and more mines I

CHAS. P. M'CALLA. GDSTAVE R MAIN'. EDLITZ( Yeast and Soda Powders of the Nov.4 II F ABELL. the Lady's Book, and a set of the plates to each At that he laughed outright, and says he, discovered."
ITI'Calla A: Romain, S subscriber.For We trembled !for \\iefic\ shares we possessed -
for sale but fresh
best quality, by Seeds Seeds "I see you are nothing a water :
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J. ALLEN. S fdsl Ten Dollars we will send five copies of the and parsed on. Presently we came
July 17 sailor and don't know thing about
No. 9 Columbus Block. GARDEN Seeds, just received,and for sale by the Lady's,Book, and a copy to the person sending "any across a famous divine, who preached every

Nov. 18 Apalachicola, Fla. Dr. Woodruff's Antibillious Vegetable : H F ABELL. the Club, and a set of plates to each. navigation of Salt river. I for 1 Sunday against-the greedy thirst for gold
I
Life Pills, For Twenty Dollars, eleven copies cf the Book Well, how should says and
Potash.
mammon. _
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irrictcrwood & Catgli, sale and a set of Plates to each subscriber, and a copyof never was in the waters before.
by received and for sale by "
LBS. just 'fhatVas a noble discourse of
TAILORS FOR 8 J ALLEN. '2000 Nov 4 H F ADELL. the Book to the person sending the Club.: Well," says he, Salt river runs upstream last Doctor. If remember yours
Sunday, we
For One Dollar we will send the Lad. 's Book ; jest bear that in your mind, and
3ALTZELLS BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST. -. Fishing Tackcl.A Congress Spring Water, ::1 months, and for :!5 cents any one No. Postageto you'll find it all plain sailing." aright the text was, .Jt is easier for a cam'e.to .

Apalachicola, Fa. OdD assortment just"received and for sale JUST received, and for sale by be paid on all orders. But that cau't be possible says l' pass through ihe eye uf a needle.'lhan

? ft:>AH orders attended to with punctuality .t1. byIec9 11 J. C. ALLEN. Address, L. A. GODEY, else knew for a rich man to Inter into'ihc kingdom of
1 nobody ever a
nor nor ,
nd! J ALLEN Philada. "you :
despatch. Jan.: 20 113 Chestnut street, God. ;
"
I School Books. Dyscntary, Cordial.DD. With any newspaper giving the above a few river to run up stream. Establish a mint sir-establish a ;mintj
IT. N. Scott &' Brother ? WOQDRUFF'S Dysentary Cordial, just insertions You may depend upon it, says he, '
LARGE assortment ot School Books, just we will exchange. I've already sent out two sons and four .
A received and for sale by I Salt river runs up stream ; and I suppose
L WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN received and for sale by i II F ABELL. Mustard. does nephews ; and we are to share and share
Dec that .
DRY GOODS;, CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES. J. C. ALLEN. I 9 I that is the only river in America alike." ', '
Dec 9 in
SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, .
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: hATS Vc. stream. .
; A run up '
Cor. Water and Centre-streets; e o Percussion Caps, Lost, MA : tin boxes, for sale by By this lime I had floated so far by that I Tjie text Doctor, the text." <:
Water
last street,
on a
Wednesday ABELL. "That standard
sale ApriL27 II F thundered The
-.Bec-gS Apalachicola. Fa._ FOR By ON BREAST-PIN, Enameled. The couldn't hear anything more he said. But

W,4:.'W.SIMS. WM* W. CHEEVER 9 J ALLEN. finder will b'e) liberally rewarded.by-returning the M' OFF AT'S LIFE PILLS AND,PH( NIX It was'nt long before I was satisfied ihe value doubloon ofdoubloons. is sixteen Thirteen dollars.' 'A'of.
Vermifuge., \V. A. WOOD. BITTERS received and for sale the current carried an OUDCP. pounds
c' Sims & Cliecver, same to ,.just by Colonel was right ; for as "' '''
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WINER'S Canadian Vermifuge,for sale by Dec. 2, 1S48. Nov 23 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.. me along back into the.country, the .gold make"'Ve : _
H F ABELL. did wait hear the divine'i'an.;
not to
.. Office No. 36 Water street. land kept growing: higher and higher, and
d Lotion.GRANV1LL'S Brushes. the swer, nor, was it necessary; he had 'got ibeyaller
ApalachicolaFla. .
'" Storage; received and for Nail and,Shaving at. la'tI found myself quite among
Lotion, just ,Hat, Clothes, Teeth, fever.-:Sunday Times_ '
Fire Proof StoreNo.-24 Water street..by[ .. HAIR sale mountains and \fhen-lcome to the head i
hes for
: >
L J. ii. & j. M: IItIIlF,4crqI IN WOOD: I by', ; ..
D B.. .
; &. Nov 125.; ; Dec 9 J ALLEN. Feb 24 II F ABELL. of the river, the current run my plauk.right.
COMMISSION ,MERCHANTS, o- They 'telt'it of a man out Vest/ who
story
>> ashore.
No. 48 Water Sadd1e3jr &c? plump
.; street, Soda .
of .CongressVater.
Chloride of friends alread'here had which he
hare-lip performed
Dee 12 ,. found a good many our a upon
APALACHrCOLA, FX oJ various patterns and qualities ? USTreceived fresh and for sale by '
_. ; TUST received and for sale bysJ : himself into
SADDLES before me, and 1 understood a operation by inserting tbtsopeDrJJ ,
curb and Snaffle bits, ,Dec 9 *".. .. ,J ALLEN, July 8 : .,r H 'F ABELL.DR. ; '
i Robert, Allca,Jk, Co., Saddle Bag*,. .,, : great many mur&are -on'ihe way. Our annexin ) a piece, of chicken flesh-it adhered ,and
DEALERS IN HARDWARE SHIP' Martingales and Whips for sale by Guitars. and Violins, JAYNES*J celebrated Family Medicines, *- friend General Cas, hasn't got here filled up the, space admirably. :This was,all

CHANDLERY IRON ,STEEtC NAILS: WM. G. PORTER &. Co. ,,FOR'sale b,1.i, 1 just received, and for sale, by yet, but he's expected now every day Thisis ,well! enough until in compliance itbtb_
J C ALLEN JC ALLEN.
.$PIKESr AND ,CASTINGS, '. Dec 30 i: : I 41Water"stf': ,Oct : } a. pretty good--sorf-of country ,up.l here, Preai1in.fashion, attempted to, raise

MMfigagfrw, o/Jw,Iron, .and ,Cbp-. "j-: ., Scllool, Books- 7--: .. -. '- 'Snuff. Fresh/Vest.Powders,. after all,- and has 'a good manyadvantages.ButThavnt [ moustaches,. whep one tide, grew hail and
per Warts.. ,4 : Snnff,;;in bladder;for sale by n, for ale by 1... : other
; lime 'I much account the feathers. .
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From the Natchez Courier. eral wealth, manufacturing or commercial I j O ADVERTISER.I I 1:. ed Northern WJiigs and Abolitionists in and the trade is but lightly stocked." The for all!! the friends of the Union and Idocl18t

The Slavery Question facilities ? Truth answers! that instead ofjtlbeing 1t1liiltUA1L hunting down and destroying us. amount taken on speculation is 107,000 Southern rights, to stand upon. It woulff-'

In the Courier of the;12th instant we alluded inferior in any one of these items, When we voted for the tweoty-first rule bales, against 204,000 bales last year, or less 1116 found to embrace an expression of opiQ..
to the new phase which this all-ab Kentucky is superior to Ohio in each and myself amongst the number, our names ion on another matter not touched
AFALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1849. j bales that what by tht
by 187,000 showing clearly
sorbing, vital question was assuming at some every one of these sources of prosperity.What .- were published in every Northern Whig former resolutions. He alluded fo the .
length. To us of the extreme South, the then has produced these results- and abolitionist newspaper, with all the em- has been purchased has been for bona fide cent action of the House of Represent re.

subject is one of incalculable importance. Are not these political problems full of {1rj- The following gentlemen are authorized blasoury of black letters and'black lines, to consumption. We may again shortly advert tives on the subject of slavery in the Di; .
.'It overshadows all others in the immensity grave and important subjects for the solutionof Agents for the COMMERCIAL: ADVERTISER,and-wul make us odious as the enemies of human to this subject, and will close for the trict of Columbia. *

of its bearings: upon our interests. The the people of Kentucky ? Do we nol receive and receipt subscriptions ons, or advertisements free dom-Southern Whig members of Congress with the opinion that the Mr. Scott said, whilst be felt very little
time for the discussion of abstract questionsof owe it to the 'Commonwealth to ourselves :- and Southern Whig newspapers acting present reiterating interest in any action that Congress
hair-splitting theories, and of impracticable mil,to posterity io ponder on these things ? I \Var. W. CIlEEVER,Esq.Albany, Ga. in alliance with and applauding our Whig prospects of the planter are'brightening.The take in relation to slavery io the territories'might
principles-has passed. The tune/ What is said of Kentucky, in this behalf, I Major JACK HARDMAN.Eufaula.Ala. and abolition enemies for attempting thus fo conquered from Mexico, that
for concerted, effective, well ganiy.ed action can be truly said of Maryland and Virginia. : JAS. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee Fa. break down and destroy us. At every triumph correspondent of the Journal of could end in no practical believing, (i

on the part of the Southern Slates, has .I All three will become free States as soon as of Northern Whigs and abolitionists ':'Commerce (thus speaks of the letter of a otherwise on the subject of slavery' fel tb a

arrived. they sell a few hundred thousand moreslaves Mr. Cabell. over us. SOUlhernVhig politicians and editors Northern Democrat to the Union :" District of Columbia. That was a practical
It is a principle so well settled by the experience to the people of the South. This We sincerely, regret to learn .that our have exulted. When one of those who '' question ; it came home to us all. la tbs
of the past, and so generally admitted they can easily do in four or five years. Representative is prevented, by indisposi- voted for the 21st rule was defeated and WASHINGTON' ''Dec. 28, 1848. language of one of the be ,
by every body, that not even a South The[ necessity for prompt and efficient from brokeu down, Southern Whigs have rejoiced A Northern Democratic member of Congress it as a ,direct resolutoD upon ioiti.tuiions regarded .
Carolina politician will dispute its correct action on (this subject is so great, that it cuts position, giving his usual assiduousattention When the Democratic: party'in New has given the South a plain talk on bf the Southern Slate ; the first
ness-that the rights of a man or u commu. off all argument on the abstract principle it- to the interests of his constituents Hampshire was defeated by a coalition of the slavery question, through the Union." of'meditated 'war upon rights secured act

city are not respected anti become worthless i self. Necessity knows no law and self pre- We trust that he may have been enabledere Whigs and abolitionists, and Mr. 'Hale,'an If the subject were not of 'so grave a character the constitution, which ought to be met by
whenever that man or that community have 1 ser ration is the first dictate of nature this to'fes'urr.e his seat in the House.As abolitionist, was elected to (he Senate, it ,it would be laughable enough witness the threshold and resisted at any b at

become divested of the power to enforce. therefore, it would be supererogatory t Io an evidence of the consideration in i was; the subject of general congratulation in this development 'of democraticprin- The following are the resolutions zrf,
those tights. Under the pressure of over stop to inquire whether it is right lo take !he Whig newspapers: of the South. 'Even 'ciples. 1. Resolved, That the Institution of :
'whelming power Right becomes, in the such slops as will keep those Slates in their which Mr. Cabell is held in Washington, Joshua R. Giddings has been a member of This good Democrat shows distinctlythat I very was by ,the s a.

eyes of the world, \\TrunA-and Wrong, (present condition. ,It is policy on our partto we will instance a remark made early in d he the Wh.g: party with whom Southern Whigswere he, and all the Northern Democrats: which fUlydscussed' of conveotiop the United

Right Justice has nothing;; to do with the keep them as they arc-to compel themto session, by the correspondent of an important in fellowship. And, lastly, we have are quite ready to serve the South just'as I 'States, and that 'the rights of slaveholders
'matter-organic law tFord( no protection remain breastworks between us and the Northern paper-that no business had 1 seen the Whig politicians of the South put :Mr. Van Buren has served them, and, for were fully recbgnfeed and protected by its
and neither are the sympathies of the world 11 fanatical nagressors of the Nurth This can forth and support a candidate for'the'Presi the same: reason. You of the South will I ,provisions t that Without tbe
given to the weaker power, when their rightsare be done beyond all question, by passingsurh been done by Congress of importance, dency who allowed his NorhernVhig supporters not support us, they say, iu a monopoly of then solmnly; enferled ihro, .the Union compromise of the
crushed beneath ihcJugseinant; of nuns h laws as will effectually cut off all slave I which was chiefly to be attributed to the to advocate his election on the I patronage, and, therefore, we will no longer! States never could have been formed.
'hers. All IM MI and ail unions bow before emit:ration.We absence of several members, who 'Werere ground' that he was opposed to the further'extension sin against our consciences by supporting 2. 'That whether Cbngress, the
'the ri<5ii2 SHI.-IJa: wc.iklv snrelli,,' due not I hope to hear the press of Louisiana markable for their business talent- d of slavery, and 'would, therefore, slavery. "I assure you," says this member, constitutional p wer'to prohibit possesses
even claim a pacing: P-IIMI I!*. To such a Mississippi' Arkansas, Tennessee, Texas, approve the Wilm'ot Proviso; and we have tHat we will no longer jeopard out'selves the free on'of or abridge
Messrs. Bolin slaveholder
"condition are the extirme. Southern Slatesjppruachinj Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolinaand Cabell and others werenamed seen these same Whig politicians of the to sustain what you call your peculiar in his 'irnigrt of the United with
:: with a ff.cful: rapidity. The North Carolina, speak out on this sub as being 'of that class.Such lath South editors and orators, support for theVice 'stitutions.: "I tell you, solemnly, to expect is a question territory dn men States',
legnl.ir;: ;, course of events I.< bringing on a catf.slrophe ject. Indeed), the press-of several of these requisite qualification which our 'Represeu- Presidency, a Northern Whig Abolitionist no snore aid and sympathy from "tms." honestly differ in whicl. may and do

which will divest I them of I the Slates has spoken. Let us have a full and 1 tative should possess. It is more import -a man who has declared that he is in The Northern Democrats, Tie says, are 3. That if Congress does
coinuianding political strength they now pHs, fiauk expression of opinion on this momentous Florida that he should 1Jltfor favor of: and would 'l.'otefor, the abolition of determined t vote for every measure to restrict power, exercise of it, which possess would that
sera in the councils ol the Union. With subject. Let us have a full discussion. employ 'his timein slavery in this District. slavery within he( pale of the consti the any '
the loss of that strength Jill powers depart i ift in We will conclude this long rambling article preparing and carrying through'measures We, the Northern Democrats, have wit tution ; Wand he advises'the\ South, loo. i in : ,abridge with his right'of slaves a slaveholder lo immigrate

renter r.uio. And! ovum this( comes in the by again quoting the law in Mississippi of public utility, than in making frothy nessed this inconsistency and ingratitude on reference to the late resistance' 'meeting, hat: t : 'by the common'bfo'o'd, to a'rfd a territory! acquired
fnclnnclioly n-flertion that the South under. on. this particular subject, io be found i insection speeches on abstract 'questions of policy. the part of a majority of ihe people of the) the Northern Democrats care but little for,I whole 'n ,o'n would treasure of the
1t ihe
,the I lead !of, unpiiucipkd 01 indiscreet men, I '2nd of the Constitution under the With South with pain and sorrow. It has sunk threats and intimidation." b'eVo'ntrary to spirit
has ,, of which has head of slaves.." two working members, such as jJ] r. deeply into hearts and I of conciliation compromise: under the
pursued a coui>e policy our ; assure you, This old Democrat is so loth to give 'u P influence 'which Yhe
had no other tendency: than to precipitatethe The Legislature shall have and: are Cabell and Gen. Morton, in Congress, our sir, we will jeopard ourselves no longer to the spoils, that, }he proposes to play the T}'- was formed 'Federal the Government
catastrophe. hereby vested with power to piss such laws citizens will not have cause to complain of sustain what Southern men call their "pe- ley game with Taylor, as the only means of States and ;anab"use'of unjust to slaveholding
Our leader*. we piesumc. have no idea of fj! regulating, or prohibiting the introductionof any hegle'ci o'f their interests. culiar institutions," until the South is true to quieting the slavery excitement and preserving ; ; Bower which would
the vasiiiess: of (he stain emi iaiion South slaves into this State, as may be deemed 'herself. Let her put down the traitors i in the Union. "The impending Conven-- interrupt ifribt uVstroy the harmony between
the States
which has been >gomj nn in Virginia, Maryland proper and expedient" Thomas Butler King. her midst, whose mad and fanatical conduct lion," he says, can alone be prevented(by ( the, so FVdei'al necessary' to the healthful action
uoVeYnment
anal Kentucky, for the past five )"ears. We heartily concur in the suggestion has precipitated this crisis upon her. The Gen. Taylor." "He can save the :Squih: of of and the
Ever; since the enlargement' of the slav l\h ESOT.RlcE.lt appers; that the reports which has been made of 'this Whig politicians and editors of the South and perhaps the Union. only, by marchingstraight preservation 4. That'the "our glorious Union.
fundamental
market caused by the annexation of Texas, in regard to the discoveiy of a new gentleman, arc 'her own worst enemies. If the South over to the Deirtdcralic parly.n ."- principles of our,
this emigidtion( ; has. been growing :gieateruii'l ; cereal grain in Minesota, resembling the as a proper person to fill the post of'Secretary will not put them down for their treacherous will rally the whole Democratic par own md all free governments am that the

1 ;.:teatrr. In the place of hundreds, tens rice 'of the Southern States, is entirely cot of (he Navy. Indeed it would be difficult coalition with Northern Whig abolitionists, ty of the North and the South to his support u- legitimate people are capable of self gureameat-that
resides in and emanatei
of ihntisa; ds of negroes, me now brought Randall to find any other man to whom all I Itt'll t you solemnly Io expect no more aid or and secure popularity for himself and from the power
rect. Professor of Cincinnattivho lhat
people- governments are instituted
South.
This is the result of
annually a from Northern '"
Democrats.
symyathy I
eyes are turned', as the man for the assure safely for the country.
Navy for the benifit of the
systematic plan long since adopted to \ has visited that region as one of a I the governed
; pro corpsof Department.It you speake feelings of all of them; This is a capital joke. How Gen. Pay: their aot
duce emancipation, in those tales. The Engineers in the employment ofthe Government and I known them, too. They care but lor will take it, is another matter. The are trustees and agents ; and conserquetitly .
'plan, thus far, has succeeded admirably.The .- has returned to Columbus, Ohio. has been truly said of Mr. King, (hat little for threats or intimidation. If the South will see, however, exactly how much it would be unjust )legislation! anaand
slave owners of those Stales: are making he is thoroughly American in his \'iews- South will not take care of the ent mifswhom she has from a tyrannical ab'tise of power, lo force
The Statesman of that in his to depend upon : Northern D e domestic '
a'n
city, noticing slaVcry unwilling
emancipation a source of :great profit, by liberal in his she 'fosters in her own bosom She is wide awake' 1 I believe upon people
feelings'-devoid of all sectional you mocracy. as : In the case of California and New Mexico'
their at exorbitant in let urn, says : I ,
selling negrues prices may rely upon it, Northern Democrats will to the shameless her
bias-well profligacy of old al-I It
informed in all that : 1 'agg'ravate the wounds
the far South :and, if they arc allowed t to "Professor Randall presented to us Iwo ( concerns i not step in to protect and defend her. Nor lies. I wan inflictrdbj
-carry out their designs, in iii course of a I bags of rice from the lakes at the head of. (the marlihie interests of the country will they be inactive. Since the South, by If this Democrat truly r represents the} WfralJ conquest, and sow (tle seeds of diaffecii.on .-

few years all of those Stales will hccnme free I the St. Croix, one as prepared for food by enterprising-industrious-and possessing I the result of the late election, has proclaimed { {colic')' of his party, and 1 doubt' not thai he 5. That. and revolt. of ,
the slavery
Stales and emancipation will have been a the Indians, :and the other in the rough stale every quality desirable i in a cabinet ntinisl m' to the world that she has no hostility does, it is probable thai the Senate is now and question in California
source of profit instead of loss. The Yankees for sowing. As the gather from Professor I Although desire against Northern= abolitionists, and is evenwilling prepared to s stain !all measures for restricting : } New Meiticotis merely transient
sold! the large hulk of their negroes to I Randall, this wild rice, for such it is, (Zhaj I we Mr. Kings appointment 'to vote for them for the highest officesin slavery. Indeed, I have recently understood its nature, and no Vna'iteV how' decide
the Virginians; Marylanders at very high j I nia aguatica) is infinitely superior in lasteand t .I for the reasons above stated, and no't the republic, Northern Democrats will 'that such is the 'case.Virginia. by Congress can never produce :f'r r pracii-
prices, and then forthwith ,eschewed slavery far more nutricious than the rice of the because of any lor-ill l I ias in his favor; yet ce rtainly'considerthat they have permission cal effect ; that these territories free'

-os -unadulterated curse. After sellingtheir Southern States: grows abundantly as an we cannot be insensible to the fact that the to vote for every.measure lending to restrict The when acquired. and so, according f6 every
slnves .into-lerpetual slavery, and at the and within the Slave Question. reasonable probability, must re'maVn\ tToii?
indigenous production, can be cultivated commercial slavery: pale of the const luti .
"very highest .prices, they abolished the institution I to almost any extent in the rivers and lakes. interests of the Southern ports, And they ,will do this, tint t caring a straw Some days since, (says the Chronicle and gress cannot legislate slavery ibio 'practical
and every Yankee man, woman that abound in that territory. After the and the proper improvement of Southern |what( (the south may say about it. I speak p Sentinel,) we published the Resolutions on' existence Within their f1'nisy &T"!'il is matter ;

and child, considered his or their chance for tops of the rice plants have been tied up in I harbors and naval stations, have ever received thus plainly: because I feel that we havebeen the Slavery question introduced into t the of lnd.firrench: so !s its exUteocethere \
heaven. good because they lived in free I small) sheafs it ( is concerned whether) tpngrras r \ -
stands
as growing in the water, at his hands unremitting attention wronged by the South. We have been
; Virginia L'egislatuae( by Mr. Floyd, Chairman
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grafts into their forms of what
-Slates. an Indian with her canoe will wronged in ihis-that the South government
squaw gather and should he be I or a majority '
To stop this emigration-to prevent the from five to ten bushels per day. selected by Gen. Taylor of the Southern people, have sustained and of a Select Committee, and to-day we is known as the Wilmot proviso the Missouri
'exercise of this philanthropy ;it our expense [twill grow in water from six inches to for his Secretary of the Navy, we may : voted for her enemies and our enemies, and give a series of Resolutions offered by Mr. comp oYn'tse', br the eu'le's resnluLion. -

-to close the wide open doors to the black five feet deep-where 'it finds a muddy soil. safely expect that 'these interests will not thus helped-them to break us down And we Scott as a substitute, together with the remarks .
''hordes from those Stales that are now pouring The stalk of it, and the branches or ears, i suffer. ... never will again come to the rescue of the of Mr. S. in introducing (them. The 6. rhe i ihe uniiv t o'f'o ernm'b. which
in upon us-to roll back the tide of that have the seed, resembling oats, both in South" until she puts down the traitors I in eo'nstiiuies us one people is now dear 10 "I,
emigration and to force the citizens of the appearance and manner of growing ; the A X o;sheen Democrat to her own bosom-the men who give aid and[11 Richmond Whig notices" the introduction of as U has ever been. It is justly so ; for it i U
Slates alluded io, to make emancipation aof I stalks are 'full of joints, and Vise from Id to Allies. his Southern comfort" to the Northern Whigs by associating these Resolutions of Mr. S. and adds : a'tna irt, p'iltar; in the edifice of our real iode-

matter of benevolence purely, instead ..4 feet above the water." We call attention to the annexed with them, Iud exulting at their vic "The true policy of (the South in respect j penIr( nee, the support of our tranquilly at
profit, is a matter of ten thousand times! Should this statement prove to he correct t, extracts : tories over us. to this much-vexed question may be staled[ horrie. bur ease abroa'd ; of bur. safely ; uf
A
'more importance to us- than all ,other questions and we have no reason to disbelieve it, we from a lever written by a Democratic member in a very few \vords. We are on the defensive uour prosperity l ; or that very liberty'l* hicl

\ which have, or may agitate: the public h have no hesitation in venturing the opinion of Congress Io the Editor of'I(he UnionV'hat I ;: Prospects of.Cotton. and we are in the right. Let us not we so highly pr zr. :
miud. It is a question of vital importance: that (the Minesota Rice will in time, be \ do our readers think of this Nor- The 'Charleston :Mercury of the 5th inst. forfeit the impregnable position by gascon 7. That we prize the union of theseStall's

Io us, of the extreme South, and measures; found to be of infinitely greater value than there man's" Northern principles ?!"- says : The detailed accounts received by ading or by assuming positions which are too highly to fly to antis and! dissolve
should forthwith be taken to prevent a consummation the far-famed gold mines of California. No not tenable, or which} are not obviously just it upon a difference of opinion on an 'ab
so much to lie dreaded. Let us merely mining people have ever yet been What du they think of the insulting lan;- I i the Europa, confirm us in (the opinion advanced j in the eyes of all mankind. Let us throw strict question of constitutional law.

stop this emigration-cut olf this source of permanently prosperous,and we cannot hope I guage used towards those Southern men in our last publication, of the strong out of view all points about which there aof re 8. '1 h.t as the passage of i law by Congress

4>rofii to the Virginians, ,Marylanders and that California is lobe the only portion of who voted for Gen. Taylor? Here we have probability of an advance in the prices differences of opinion. Let us discard all prohibiting the introduction of slaves

Reatuck)'ians. and emancipation in those the earth, exempt from that species of vagabondism 1- evidence that the Northern Democrats C otton. The imports of American Cot(on collateral matters, though in our favor' into California and New Mexico.contrary to
States will be postponed lor' )'eats. This') which is so peculiarly adapted t to a supported I which are not essential in the main issue in the uishes df the people of those territories,
must be done-or, in the course of a few mining region and to mining operations. the South with no principle, hut only' to Dec. 15, were 1,266,000 bales, against controversy. The prohibition of slavery in xvould be tyrannical abuse of power. the1

years, slavery will (be abolished, and we of Dilator\ Journal.A so long as They found it to their interest. 814,000 last year, or an increase of 415,000( (he newly acquired territories, hough( not a p.issage o'f such a law, under ei>iing circumstances

the far South, will not only lose the political And when Southern men, in distrust of bales. In other descriptions the importswere matter of high practical importance, would r being wholly unnecessary even

support and influence of those States, BELL RUNG IN BOSTON, BY A MAN IN their sincerity, and that of their leader Gen. 267,000 bales, against 236,000 bales J, be i insulting to t South, and would heir, y to accomplish, so as those territories
but we will, most liberally, have stepped in NKN: YORK.-We mentioned a few days anything but a fraternal spirit on the of 1 are concerned, ihe wishes of the most ardent'
Cass
their increase of but part
an
31,000 bales. The
stock
and the of since, that a in Boston gave suffrages for a Southernman abolitionist, would be
paid expenses carrying out measures gentleman had constructed the North. A submission to such an inoilt a gratuitous outrage
of abolition of for the Presidency, admit of American is 271,000 bales, against 237- on Southern
a system telegraph signals for they the should be a subject of very grave and seri-'t feelings, and manifest a spirit
In Virginia, Maryland: and' Kentucky, the use of the Fire Department there, so distrust lobe well founded, and at the same 000 bales: last year, being an excess of but | ous consideration by the whole South. The l of hostility( to the rights of the South. Secured

grave discussions are taking place daily as peculiarly fashioned; that, for instance from l lime charge: Southern men-aye, a tnaj or34000; bales. In other descriptions the I attempt to interfere with the i institution as it hy the constitution( but too well calculated
to the projHiety and necessity of Koine central point, information be exists in the District : lo keep alive and increase the
emancipating might ity, and a large majority of Southern stock is 176,430 bales, against 135,490 bales of'Columbia, should I be apprehension -
the slaves: in those!; States. In Kentucky communicated by the electrical wires to men- met at the threshold, and resisted at for (he safety. of those rights, already -,
particularly, such i is the case. The every station on the line at one and the same slave-holders-with being "traitors i in our or an excess of 40,940( bales. The consumption hazard. every unhappily excited, and ultimately;

leading journals and leading. ; men are takillgIllrong time. At a meeting of the Common Council midst." That disappointed, hungry Northern (, of American Cotton has been But let us be certain that our Northern alienated the attachment of the Southern

grounds in favor of emancipation.Them on Friday evening (says the Boston T ra- Democrats, should thus vilify the supporters 1,089,000 bales, against 782,000 bales last brethren are determined to .make this aggression Stales io the Federal government. .
i is scarcely any doubt at all but (hat veller of Saturday,) the members look a Then 9. That whilst deprecate a ,anil
us. there
of Gen. Taylor in the South, is sufficiently year, or an increase of 317,000 bales. In upon ( > will not lie quarrel
the new Constitution of Kentucky will provide recess for a few minutes, and repaired to the a dissenting voice throughout (the Southern still more a resort to arms' (br a mere abstraction :
) for the abolition of slavery in that Stale.Just Telegraph Office to examine the new apparatus t disgraceful to the character of t the other descriptions, the consumption has States-whatever be the we stand ready to resfcf i all invasions :
listen to the arguments which (the Louisville :, -which excited their surprise and! party to which they are attached; but t that i been 219,000 bales, against 283,000 bales, or consequences. of our rights whether by the a&umption -*

Courier, a leading Kentucky journal' admiration. It was put in operation, and Southern Democratic Editors should insult a decrease of 69,000. MR. SCOTT'S RESOLUTIONS.-The fol l of power not granted (by the consiitu-
advances to sustain its positions : while (they were present a communication the lowing the lion. ot a abuse of
( majority of the Southern people so vilified !i- The deductions and inferences from the are remarks of Mr. Scott Prc fa- tyrannous granted
But look at Virginia: the ancient Dominion was had with New York ; the wires of that powers. -
the nursing mother of Stales, of city, so many miles from us, being connected by giving currency to the slander, is foregoing l facts are highly interesting in regard tory of his resolutions on the subject of f 10. That we consider any

heroes and statesmen, and one of the principal with this fire alarm apparatus in Baston.The what we did not expect, and sincerely regret to the prospects of American Cott oh. slavery, recently introduced in the Virginia Congress within the District interference-by,

founders of American freedom. Compare correspondent in New York immediately to behold. Hitherto we haVe been continually receiving Legislature, with the resolutions subjoined jt without the consent of its inhabitants, with

her with New York, and how has sent on his reply by the same wire, the There i is a peculiar unfitness io such dia- accounts of the probability that Great Britain which we copy from the Richmond Whig : the rights of the slaveholder, amongst which
lime's whirlgig& dealt with her ? New York electrical action upon whichinstantly caused is the right 'to and
buy sell
tribes at this l would be enabled !Mr. Scott said, that at var
to receive her at
moment, when it is known that a very early day of tte with
supplies '
has an area of fifty thousand square miles, (the deep-toned bell,-connected with (the apparatus 1 1 the session the fundamental principles of free
Virginia has one of sixty five thousand near the City Hall, to be rung ; the I Gen. Cass is about to be returned to the of Cotton from India, Egypt) &c., and i' raised on what a is select known committee the had been. and a direct attack upon (he govein1menls institu
The latter has almost all natural advantages ;i great fire alarm bell being thus sounded in Senate by the Michigan tegislature-at the t these accounts have been often Used to depress and other kindred as Wilmot proviso (tions of the Southern States ; the first

over the empire State richer soil, more (this city by the operator at the Telegraph same time that they unanimously pass antislavery :i- and break down the prices of committee, as the result of measures.their deliberation That of meditated war upon rights ac by
genial I climate, finer mineral resources, andfar Office in New York Directly after, and the constitution, which Sfcuret
Resolutions Cotton. But the had ought to met nf
better natural of while the New York and when the Democratic can facts adduced by us reported to the House certain resolutions a
means intercommunication operator was ringing the threshold and resisted hazard
and how do the two Stales stand to the hell, the other bells here rung by persons parly of Massachusetts have lately above, prove most conclusively that these be adopted, which the they'aeemed General expedient to 11. Resolved, That the at Governor every of this.

one another! J In 1769 Virginia contained a i ignorant of what was going on, and combined with the abolitionists to elect statements and expectations are idle and deceptive had been ordered by Assembly. These Commonwealth be requested to send a

fiepulation of seven hundred and fifiy-se yen supposing (there was in reality a fire in this Allen, over Hudson, the regular) Whig no- and that it is to this country alone now on the table. to It be printed, and were of these resolutions to each of the States copy of
thousand, and New York only three hundred city, the whole Fire Department at once was certainly deal i- this Union, and also
turned minee. that Great Britain must look for her supply' ble, if any action was to be taken on the to our Senators in
thousand And how did the out.
figures Congress and each of
the
members of the
-land in 1840 ? New York had 2.429,000 What has so rapidly precipitated this of the raw material In this respect she isis subject to which the resolutions related, House of Representatives.The .
inhabitants, and Virginia had 1,240,000. a A TRAcT.-A colporteur opened the door development of opinion in the House of Representatives absolutely dependent upon us ; abd talk that it should take a shape in which all

very small fraction over half as many. The of an Irishman's shanty in the Second Municipality against the institution of slavery she may, and act as she can, she cannot could for good unite Io ; id no.other way was it possible moved that resolutions they be laid being the read Mr. Scot ?
which has been manifested come of it. on table, or' s
worn out lands of Virginia is a common yesterday, and puttin: in his head, by the recent shake this
vote t'io that ? off dependence. IT is PERMANENTLY He did not know when hose who dered to be printed.
lean ( had the
phrase among the fanners of that State, but in a very pious tone asked the owner of the body tell you, sir'!, ,
whoever hears of the worn' out lands of domicil, who happened to be in at the time, in a word. U is because the South has been I\ FIXED UPON HER.- matter particularly in charge proposed to .
New York J What explanation can be giveo if he would accept a tract of the Holy treacherous to herself. And in being treacherous In this aspect of affairs, why should the call up the resolutions consideration.. It From the Natchez Free'Trader.

of these astonishing facts ? If the productions Land,'* meaning, of coarse an essay on that to herself, she has proved treacherous prices of cotton remain at such low rates _as certainly was not his desire to precipitate LIFE IN MISSISSIPPI.' Married, on Saturday .- I
or elements that exhibit the i interesting portion of the world. Yis to her .true friends in the North, and the discussion of them, but objecting to the the 11th ultimo, in the,Court Horner 1
prosperity helped her enemies the to be ruinous to the producer of it, and only temper and tone of the resolutions by the Rev. Jo- J. ,
of the two be compared, the results was the reply of the Hibernian a whole ; abolition whigs of' dissenting Bell Mr. Win. '
would be still more astounding than those section, if you will give a good title-deed. the North, to slay !and destroy them. I profitable to the manufacturer ? There is from the conclusions to which they led I to Miss Caroline Hndspeth, ali Pee1 tis ;

lye have shewn. Will anyone,pretend t that But I should like to know if there is muchof You know very \vell that the writer of thisarticle neither reason nor propriety in it. The intelligence and feeling, very strongly' (that their ad o P- county. "
nature made Virginia the Thrace, and New; it in prairie, or if new settlers are subjectto has ever been a true friend to a just j from the Continent indicates a trop: would commit the General Assembly to The minister had jot been elected-fr ga--

York the Attica of the United"States: ? Or the agur there ?". -Della. compromise of this exciting question of sla return of iranquility to Europe. Money is a false position he had felt it to be his'duty dier general of this brigade,'and when !
Js it ihe* rork of man ? very. Himself and others from the North to prepare certain other resolutions, which called
la 1760, Kentucky contained seventy-five I don't like to pay forfeits," said Jemima, have heretofore stood up on the floor of abundant in England, ,and to be placed on he designed Jo move as a substitute for upon to officiate at the marriage ceremony;

thousand inhabitants, and Ohio had but and have all the fellows kissing me -it Congress' the advocates of the rights of credit at 2 per cent, Trade iu the manufacturing those. ,: reported by the committee. He asked was busily engaged in calculating, his ma- ,

three thousand. In 1840 the census tables makes me common property"Nothing the South," as was and is now the phrase, ,districts,"says Willmer&Smith's that they might be read for the information jority, which was large, havjog
.bowed'that"Ohio had a population of 1,520- cojnmon which is dear," meekly' responded whenever slavery is talked of in that body.' Times, i is reviving, and 'hopes of the House, laid'on the table and ordered nent. In another. of t'be, D'Opp-
and Bemus. .. r But how have we been treated for devotion ,are co fi- _to be printed. part f ,
1100 our -
Kentucky The -
only and 780,000. to the "rights of the South ?" We neatly entertained that the New years will On ,the topic (10 which the committee's group of ,men calculating i Jhe .!6)rnr tens
returns
question upon us, forces itselfUp
O'U.< why 'are these things so 7 li Kea: two A man in Albany has been sentenced to have been hunted down like wild by bring with it a renewed. trade and briskness resolutions related_ ,the substitute would be and the gain- of- Taylor ;' and> the door of

fueky inferior to Ohio iq climate, soil, mi a- for abasing years imprisonment hit wife' and in child.the States Good.Prison the the North.hounds of And whiggery Southern and Whigt'haveaid abolitionism in in all departments' of 'business.!'. ",The:' from found,constitutional he thought, to'take a' position free' the house ainod-tbe d- pDi1.beri1'ulli. .
spinners objection, :and at the fellow's '
are not long buyers of American, ,same time broad poor, corn for al ('
enough and
I strong enough: debt; while the probate clerk, at fail tab!,.
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b .il eogl&ed in caL hug off the laud I I COMMER CIAL.I .
was MARINE Holden's Dollar magazine .
book Iud in another corner of INTELLIGENCE. ANLIeIIICOLI EXCffiCE :For Antwerp.
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I LARGEST CHEAPEST BEST! I THE

the house stood a group of boys swapping the j jmarbles. I Cotton Statement. I I I Last PORT OF APALACHICOLA..........Jan. 18. 768 PAGES IN TOE VOLUME THIS house has been thoroughly .Nickels,splendid will have ship immediate FRANCE dispatch C pt.

The minister commenced I I Stock ban_ year ; to 20 Splendid Wood EngravIngs I. ,, refitted for the season, and the subscriber for the above P men called out II on pt. 1, 1 501 m I Arrived. ,!I! takes pleasure in Jan.11' NOURSE. STONE &
while the intorming CO.
Taylor
ce.remon1. Received past 3 <1&ys..6544< each Mouth II I I _.: ._ !
for Taylor there, and the Cass man 51 previously..... ....50007 Jan 12-Ship Geo Skolfield, Choale fm New the public that he is now in readiness For New York.
104 gain I York. for the reception of
Total.- This unrivalled permanentand
said"d-n ibe luck." The sheriff shouted Exported past 3daya..2665 57058 16556 Ship Andrew Scott-Emery fm Portland. acknowledged by the Family Press Magazine the universally transient boarders: at the usual rates. His THE regular packet brig ALABAMA

much for the corn-wbo'll give mor.. previousl.... .... .17542 Ship Grotius, Leonard. fm Boston. Periodical published, offers as at the BEST American I chef d'cuisine is an adept, and travellers may .Howard master, will bare despatch (or
bow Total.......- 202m' 9345 Bark Mary and Jane. Cowell fm New York. of the 3d volume commence.tnent depend upon having all the luxuries and delicacies the above ort. For freight or passage.
for the corn ;f' the clerk called out the N. Bark New England, Williams, fm Fall River. unusual inducements to of the market served up in the best style. apply to W0.. PORTER & Ox:
On bltlJd and on shIPboard not cleared Schr Aurelia, Hansen, fm New Orleans. subscribers. Its features hereafter will! be entirely The:BAR is Jan IS
of the west half of section 12, j 36851 7211. Jn 13 American now and will at all times be kEpt 41 Water street.
E. quarter -Brig St Andrews:;, Cromwell fm Fat including,
and : mouth.Ja. .IMERICJA" supplied with. the_. choicest. _Wines_ _,_ Liquors_ and
TJLES-
13 range 12 east ; Billy in ; For Np". ," Vn.IZ'. _
township Exports of Cotton from Apalachicola, Brig Osceola Burgess, fm Franklin, La. .AMERICAN OR R./lITS. n"gars. continuation ot me liberal custom THE- -- -- --

the corner cried out "! won't give you two Commencing Sept. 1, 1848, and Same time in 1847. Brig Alabama, Howard, fm New York, to W G AMERICW TALES, I I.1J.JrIERICJ.I1N heretofore bestowed, is respectfully solicited. DAMARlSCOTTAHawesmasterwilI superior fast wiling packet bark
But under all the Porter & Co. JOHN PARTRIDGE. (
blacks' for a while ally. 1'I I Past Previ. I Last. Jan 15-Brig Gen Wilson,'Beckwith, fm 'New SICE TCIIES. December, 9, 1848. ,meet with immediate dispatch. For
"disadvantageous circumstances, the reverend WHITHER EXPORTED. i3 day ously.,TOTAL I season York A series of. Engravings; from the Paintings of T 'freight on deck, or passage,apply to

with bis maideu laurels Liverpool... .... .......1277 ..1576..2856..2356, Jan 17-Bark Damariscotta, Hawes, fm New our best artists,including Cole,Gignoux, Durand UNITED STATES Jan 18 D. B. WOOD.
gentleman II a vre..... .... .... ... ...993..993 ...... Fork, to D B Wood. Edmonds, and others is in vigorous preparation, Wholesale Clothing Warehouse ,
fresh upon his brow, retaiued his gravify, r'aitz..... .... .... .. ...... ... .. Jan 18-Ship Georgia, Talbot. fm Portland. and the facile pencil of the inimitable: DARLEY For Boston., .
Tries1e....... .... .... Ship Aberdeen Hubbard. fin New York. ii: now actively engaged in THE fine Al JENNY
the ceremony ; artd as he .d.... ...... ....84enoa. enriching Holden LEWIS & HANFORD : ship LIND.
and performed ( .... ...-... .. ..1310.:1310...... Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahoochee. with his Portraits of the Public Men of Ame is,Bragdon, master, will have dispatch for
finished ihe'benediclion, be remarked to the Other ports....... .... .. .... ....... .. Steamer Eufaula,.Barnet from Columbus rica.The Nos., 252 & 256 Pearl Street, ,the above port. For deck. freight orpas'agt"

happy couple% that Edmonds only .received Total to For'Ports..: .::3 82:5. 59... .3205 Steamer Steamer Fashion Emily, Roland Cadwallader, fm Columbus.,f fm Columbus. PORTRAITS OF DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN (Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip) Jan! apply to

in this'cOlloly." New York.......... ::27i2 ..2862 ..3139 Steamer Albany/Ryiiear, fm Columbus. DIVINES will be continue din every No as NEW YORK 4 C. ROGERS Co.
one vote Boston........... .... ..6012..6o12..20.*; Steamer Viola Van Veghten, fm Columbus. heretofore, with life-like sketches ot their lives -
TELEGRAPH. Providence.. .. .... .. ..4591..774 I I SteamerPeytona, Morton, from Columbus. and ministry. Each No. will be filled with HAVE ON UANP THE, LARGEST.ASSORTMENT' or For Baltimore.THE .

BY MAGNETIC Phil delphia........... ...... .... ... Steamer H S Smith, Stapler, Columbus. TALES, POEMS, ESSAYS, CLOTHING fine new brig ST. ANDREW.
From the avannah Republican. Baltinlore..... ....... .,..400.. Steamer Lotus, Jonos, fm Columbus. 'REVIEWS, SKETCHES Cromwell, master,will dispatch fcr

DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. Nt"w Orleans.. ..... .. ... .. .189 TP..q.V'SLi TIOJ\"S, IN Hg the above port. For deck freight, cr
12 Otherports.... ... ...........1.. ..... .. ... Cleared. TOPICS OF THE MONTH, UNITED STATES. passage, apply to
.4OO.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER AMERICA. I Total Coa'twise.......13S3 .. ....6140 Jan 11-Ship Waverly. Robertson, for Liverpool and will embrace everything .llmusillg.lfl.struc. Adapted to the Southern and Southwestern Markets Jan J8. C. ROGERS.&. Co.wenty _
by J C .'
TOTAL-BAr.Es.,..... .. ......". ( ..9345 Brig Vim Maclay.LJ Jones for New York Live, and Readable now in prpsress in the world. !! 'J Dollars Reward.
Tyler, A
by As a Family the Editor
Magaxme
i confident
the following Despatch at 9 *
We received N McKay &; Co. In the RAN WAY from the
1 hat article of undersigned on
no rivalry can affect, lessen
or its
last evening,'from our attentive correspondent Passengers.Per Jun 12-r-Schr Lamartine, Turner, for N York, value opposition E the 17th November last, the follow log .It-
o'clock and
worth and he offers SHIRTS
it
steamer Viola C by A N McKay &; Co. to the world as, AND DRA WEBS, scribed
Rogers'E C Roberts
E Negro Alan named CHARLES'
in Baltimore. :It came all the J B rns. I I Jan 15-Bark Merseyl\IcDonald. for Liverpool, in tone,.character, literary merit,and illustrative. U e keep an endless variety.ALSO He is 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, 25
beauty yearsold
byJDay&Co. ,
Per
Boston yesterday": steamer Fashion-Miss V Gordon, Miss S THE MOST EXTENSIVE and 140 145 lbs
from MANUFACTURERS OF weighs or
Say Schr ) one or two teeth
Gordon, MiVs H Dawson, Miss M Dawson. Miss Sylvester Gesner, Rowefor New York. The Model Magazine IOF' ;
BALTIMORE, JAW. 12, P. M. E M Chambers. Mi!'s N J Flewellen, Miss E Holt,, Jan 16-Ship Manco, Fish, for Providence, by) THE NINETEENTH CENTURY OIL, CLOTHING out for his below,in frontI will eive lhe above reward
America :Miss i M Holt, Mrs Gordon, Mrs Flournoy Jno M C Rogers & Co. No in the land delivery tome, or$10 if conficcd so I can
The British mail steamer arrived 1 L family can afford to be without AND him
Flournoy J B Hill Jan 17-Brig Gen Wilson, Beckwith, for St get and pay all reasonable expenses.
I A C Flewellen, R Lockhart,, .rlolden in its circle for when such 'COVERED
;
Marks. a periodicalcan
at Boston this morning, with accounts 12 Chas Rogers:, Gen A C Gordon. HATS J. B. EVERETT.
be
all of Europe. When Per neamer H S Smith-:Mr Sims. Schr Pauline, Yoqng, for New Orleans. obtained one year for the trifle of in me worm h Marianna, Deo 16, 1S48. 4Stf
from
days later parts PerMeamer Eufaula W Alexander. Schr Rainbow, Tutlule, for Key West. ONE DOLLAR,
'*he Africa left Liverpool Cotion was dull Per steamer Lotus-\V A Kain, W Bailey, D who who will not wish to subscribe? Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all kinds: For Rent.

Fair Orleans is at Prescott, C Shaw, P Adams W Pride, P Murphy,, Memoarnda. The great feature of Holdtn is, that, while LEWIS & HANFORD, THE Dwelling House lately 'o'cupi..d
and drooping. quoted A Triadve1l. Bark Rob't Watt, Johnson, sailed from Liver-* being peculiarly American in .sentiment and Nos. 252 &, 25G/ Pearl st. a. by the undersigned. Terms arcommo-

4IJ-, and| air Upland Mid :Mobile: d. Per steamer Quincy-:Mrs P Faust. pool, Dec 11, A r this port. ftcling it gathers and embodies all the beauties Dec. 29, 1649. 4S-3m dating. Apply

GRAIN MARKET. C Per Cargsle steamer: Howard M A, 1\Ioore-1\Irs Lane, Pearre,McCall Sprague, ,Messrs Nichols Ship Sacusa, (new) Howard, sailed: from Wie" of the wile French, English and American Piriodicitls Shad. toB.. HAWLEY, -
discarding thfir and Nov 25 Columbus
Flour, duty l" 26 to 2/s., and in bond, Per, Hawks, Russ.Lot'u.5-P cassit for this port, Dec. 23. .1 combination! of the Encyclopedia Jollies, the Gazrt.teer vices.- A FEW half bbls. for sale by II I P- M I. "_ I .- -... |,| Block.!, ..,. ,-
steamer Hobart, S Lowery, D S; Bark Desdemona, Mercer sailed from ProvI- Jan 11 To Rent. '
Wheat" 6 the Rtciite C A GREEN & Co.
25 'io 2Gs. 6J. to 7s. per bushel, Arnold, R L Df-coin. Quarterly and the IVfihlyicspaper
Perstearner Miss dence for this port, Dec 31. \\ it iIyct separate and 1ll1 STORES No*. I 6: Columbu Block, ar.d
Quincy Bryantliss Rou di-stinctfrvnz
..Ip.clinilVhite Corn 30s. best Yel'low Smoked
autl \ I Ihac. B S Hawley and lady John G Ruao, E Mc- BrigVetumpka, Fowler, sailed from New York all, but possessing enough of their various qualftcations sale Tongues, HT'1,. IS Water street. Fi-f terms,app'y' to

:32s.> GJ., 1 P T qiiatter... Meal dull. Cully, Messrs. Grey, Hays, Morgan, N Hawley,, for this port, Jan 2. to commend itself to every readfr. FOR II by C A GREEN Nov J 1. NOURSE, STONE & Co.
Co.
FRANCE. Wood, Uickerson : Barks Triton and Weybossett, hence from this The object of the Editor has been to give a ; .
Per steamer Peytona-T H B Rivers, Mr Goldsy. THREE DOLLAR MAGAZINE Lard. Drugs and lUcO cJnes.
port, arrived at Providencc Jan 1. FOR ONE THIRD
of : Louis b ,
Na-
The proclaiming THE
ceremony PRICE, and a glance at Holden's will show KEGS leaf sale subscriber has, aid will
_ The brig Morea the 20 new n r by ,
poleon President of France t',ok place before Receipts from the Intarior. reported as up for this port. at result. Now, he only asks the support of the Jan II C A GREEN & Co. constantly hae.unhanda ccmj; Inc
New: York, clered from thence for Mobile,Jan 5. ,community, and in return will It assortment of DRUGS at.d MEDN'
the Nation.il assembly. He was declared Per s'earner Emily-200 bales cotton to N J De- The shp!! Isaac Newton, noted as cleared for this as they are demanded. give improvements Wooden Ware. CINES, which he w ill warrant: r-lire-
luis; G3) to W A & P C Kain 81 to Harper & bound Cedar Pails Painted
bf elected ; Buckets and of the best
to duly to serve till BRASS Ccuntrv
May port, arrived at Mobile Jan 4. 03Now is the time to subscribe those quality.
Holmes 48 A N as
; to McKay i:; Co; 15 to D U Ra- Buckets, Hickory and Corn Brooms,lor Merchants
*I1e5. at which lithe; the Republic WIS proclaimed 1 1y. The ship Adriondack, noted as cleared for this sending first will receive the first irrmressinns of sale by [Jan 11] C A GREEN & Co. to their nrtv ntarro In call and examine Planters will find it.
arrJ r rim hI
the .
Per steamer Viola-257 bales engravings. The No.'s be .
i
cotton to W A & can iurnishedirom
; arrived --- --
New
port, at Orleans Jan
10 he one and indivissible. After P C Kim 250 J 5. Cbec.s'e. Goods, before purchasing e1 ehert'.
; to N DebloU; 121 to A N McKay July, 18 JS, if wished by subcriberthat month -
the President had taken the oath of office, A: Co; 95 to Harper & Holmes; 36 to Wylie &; List of Vessels in Port. commencing the previous volume. BXS. Western and Northern fine order, N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with

'he read an alldress to 'the Assembly from McKenzie; 15 to W G Porter & Co. SHIPS. TERMS FOR 1S49: -(IN ADVANCE.) 30 for sale by care and accuracy at any hour <<< f the dav or nigU.

: I hart Per&steamer Peylona-970 bales cotton to Lock Georgia, Talbot 488 tons, for Liverpool, l toad- copy. .. . .One Year .. . ..$1 00 Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. J. C. ALLEN &. Co.

'the I Tribune.MARI3LE -- .1 Wylie;&Young McKenzie.: 27 to A N, McKay. &; Co; 30. to. ing-J C Maclay. '. 5 copies .. . .. . . . .. 4 On Jan 19 Cor. Centre .Commerce sfs.

Per steamer Fashion-540 bales i iDaws'o Liberty, Norton, 689 tons,for Livt.'rpool.loading- 20 copies . . ... . . . .15 00 I Goshen Butter. Sheriff's Sale. .
cotton Hill
to
\vsin. Boston the other day and A N McKay &; Co and W A & P C Kain. KEGS Hamilton's Dairy, of a superior
i Ac Co; 12lto W A &; P C Kain; l22toA PREMIUM 90 virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued
Mortimer Livingston Barstow 749 from\
tons for Liverpool
'strolling along the wharves, when he met a N McKay &; Co; 73 to Lockhart &; Young; 91 to -I M Wright. Postmasters, or others, sending 20 names and quality, for sale by BY Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for

'tall, :'lJnt.lool.i.ng figure, whose sun-burnt W G Porter & Co; 14 to Wylie Ac McKenzie. Persian, (Br) Hall 593 tons for Liverpool, load- 15 dollars, will receive Vol. II. of Holden's Magazine Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. Franklin county, Western Circuit of Florida,

countenance; ..nil 1 laltered $)-1rt-C0trel garments K Vr cteamer H S Smith-100(( bales cotton to D' ing-Hill, Dawson &: Co. ,handsomely bound in muslin and !gilt-edged.; Cotton Hooks, and to me directed, wherein Hiram Nourse is

, originally: of ,thetmost outl.iuilish'; Dodge Ac: Co; 305; 2S9 to to W J A &C P Maclay C Kain; ;116 150'to to AJourse B Ellison -, Ashland Sailer.Rice, .631'tons, for Liverpool, loading- Address, (post-paid,) : FOR sa'e bv' plaintiff and John B. Alaurean and Louise Pel-

.fashion, had that pictures uenes5 bout Stone !c {;o; 100 to A N McKay A; Co. CHARLES W. HOLDEN, 1 11 C A GREEN & Co.Osuabttr l levin are defendants, I have letied upon and will
Br
Ann Grant. ( Williams' 377 for
) !; tons Liverpool.loadingJ _
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'them derivfvl, onfy froth! I long continued exposure Per steamer Eufaula-116 bales cotton to A N C Maclay. lOG Nassau-street, N. Y. offer for sale before the Court house dor> in the

to ihft atmosphere which, fancy'"sket'hers McKay &; Co: 209 to' Wj'he &; McKenzie; 96 to France.. Nichols, 4-11 tons, for Antwerp, loading P. S. Editors copying the above Prospectusand *;. city of Apalachicola on the first Monday in February -
: Lockhart Sc Young! ; 1 to,W A &; P C Kain. -Nourse, Stone & Co.Grdtius. this notice, and noticing the Magazine edi- GEORGIA and Lowell Osnaburgs, always on next, 1349, within the legal hour*, the fel.
delight to .
D-ui present on canvaS : Per steamer Lotus-228bales! cotton to Jno C! Leonard, 299 tons, for New York, load tonally, will be entitled to the second volume cfrlolden's the lowest rates bv lowing property, to wit : Lot No. 10, block F%;
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who never )permits the lack of anii'itroJuciion'to :\\tacla: 200) to N J: Ueblois; 15 to Avery &;Jones; ing-Harper &: Holmes. Magazine handsomely bound in muslin Jan 11 C A GREEN &. Co. second range, in the city'of Apalachicola, levied

:i jnierfere when he desires lo 105 to Harper& Holmes; 18 to \V A &; PC Kain;. Geo Skolfield, Chote, 430 tons, for Boston, loading and gilt-edged, and in addition a splendid lull- upon as the property t>f said defendants, and to
form, acquaintance; ; ; hailed the 6"2 to \Vylie & McKenzie; 125 to A X McKay &; -N J Deblois Baagiug and Rope.
an : ; stranger Co. length Engraving, on tintedpaper, of Horace be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias.
Halloo% my fiiend. where are you from ?". Per. jtfamer Quincy-199!) bales cotton, .to.Lock- Andrew ing-N Scott J Emery Deblois.318. ton, for Boston, load- jreeiy, Editor of the New York Tribune, drawn 50 PC I Rope- ,Kentucky for sale by; 20 bales ..nJu; 100 coils JOHN LUCAS Sheriff

Jes' (rom Caleiforny si hart Ac Young W to Wood Ac Ballou 1 B S from life by Darley, and engraved by Richard By B. LUCAS, .
\ rankerAh ; ; to Jinny Lind, Bragdon, 532 tons for Boston, loading Jan 11 C A GREEN &. Co. Deputv.Apalachicola
.. indeed J and yotz can tell us then! Hdwl'y; 7 to Sims & Chee\. r. -:-C Rogers & Co.. son. The book will be mailed to such pap.-rs Dec. 29,1543Sheriff's .
whethrr irs ;KU'f rue aboui that gold !" somewhat Per steamer Alba 1y-448 bale."c! 'Hon. to.J C Medora, Ames, 399! tons, for Providence, load about the loth January, when it will b --ready! Buckwheat.BAGS .
:
McCIay; 15S to Nourse, Stone &; Co; o2 To W G- ing-T L Mitchel. on the reception of a paper containing the advertisement ; 25 kegs new Buckwheatjust received Sale.
anxiousfy! interrogated Dan in reply. Porter Ac Co., 53 to A N.McKay &; Co; 6 to Wy Aberdeen, Hubbard, tc ns, fm New York, wait- and notice marked. Editors copying 20 as d for > le by WILL sell on the first Monday in February
Trew live and darned lie l & McKenzie Sin tockhart.Ac I
as -: a
you sight ; Young. itsg- this and noticing monthly will also Jan 11 next at the usual
Per M A Moore : Masfcr.BARQUES receive the C A GREEN & Co. hours of sale, in front of the
steamer 484
more-for no man out of Calerforny raally bales cotton to Magazine each month for the Market House
coming Apalachicnlathat! the usual
\ear.
being
A McKay & :Co 301} to Wylie & McKenzie .
lilies live." ; ; ; ; Damariscatta, Hawes .282 tons, for New York, Apples. place of holding Court for the of
56 to Lockhart ic Young.Per connry Frank
Then why did you; come back: 2" Meamrr Lotus-201 Dales cotton to A-NMcKav loading-D B Wood. List of Letters A FEW bbls. Newtown Pippins,new crop u lin, the undivided interest 1 of Benjamin S. Haw-
Cumberland Lovell 3S5 for Boston loading
tons
h Back !-why to gel my family. Fact is, & Co; 112 to Wylie Ac:; McKenzie; 19 to -NJ Deblois. p EMA1NING: in the Post Office at Apalachiof -. for sale by C A GREEN & Co. leyjn and to lots 2, block Dl, fronting on Water
W G Purter.Co:; cola, on the 1st day of January1S49. Jan 11 street, being 11-20ths ot f said lot alsn
lots
stronger a man there gels so powerful licit Pilgrim, Drinkwater, 293 tons, for Boston, load. ; : 2 and
'tint he becomes covetous of himself-and, Perteamer Jjufaula-S3 bales cotton to A N gin-N J Deblois. Alexander D Logan, Win An Ordinance 3, block 26; also lot 9, block 1 ; lot 1. block 26;
rf he McK ty Ac Co ; 55 to Lockhart &: Young ; 157 bales Mary and Jane,Cowell, 346 tons, for Boston,loading Adaffis, Wm V Lanet, WmLindgun l lot 2, block 8 ; lots 9 and 12, block HI lots 4
aint keaffiil. will his To amend Ordinance entitled Ordinance ;
very cut own, cotto/i lOt bbls Tar to Wylie &: McKenzie ; 6 to -Wood & Ballou. Aldrich, Dr E S C Al 2 an an" and 17, block HI, together with the
lhnj.it io rob himself. The root of 311 evil: Austi.i Ac Long. New EnglandWiIliams.23Stonsfor Providence,, Allen &. Harris, Lee, J A &. Co repealing certain Ordinances, Ace. passed:: 12th ments thereon, or so much thereof improve-
D. as
A. 1S4S.
know ihere's aleefleoo much of il Per steamer Quincy-134 bales cotton Wylie. loading-Wood & Ballou. Wm January, itl.laliilfj!
; : Bright,
you 5c McKenzie ; 2S7 to W G Porter Co ; 29 to J' BRIGS. AIcLean, W H Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the the fi. fas. herein referred to-the same being
,and I left for a while-:partly on that account. -. layCo'TtoANMCKayCo ; 90'bbls Tar to W Alabama, Howard, 271 tons for New York loading Butcher, James Meals & Crawford, City of Apalachicola, That the annual salary ofthe levied on as the property of Benjamin S. Hawley
." G Porter Ac Co. -W G Porter fc Co Bostwick, Clement Mathews, 0 City Marshal be increased to the sum of three to satisfy two fi. fas. I!' uina; out of the Circuit
<
.. Oh. you did. eh ?" Per s'eamer Peytona-102 bales cotton to Harper Osceola, Burgess, 137 tons, for New York, loading Berry, Thos Muratto, GAlcAlillin hundred dollars, and that so much of the first section Court of Franklin County-in one: of said fi. (as.
.. Yes: 'and between me and) -that's Ac Holmes; 113 to Jno C Maclay ; 18 to W A -E P Butts. Brooks, Miss Catharin Dan'l of the Ordinance to which !this is an amendment Cebra & Cammingbeing plairftifB, and Benjamin
you Ac:; P C Kain 36 to Wylie &; McKenzie 393 to Beardsley, Sara'l H as conflicts with the provisions of this Or-
the die ; ; St Andrew, Cromwell, 147 tons, for Baltimore, Murry, F Hawley defendant, lor the principal of
in that blessed sum
only a dinance be and is
man can the
way Lockhait: &: Young 63 W G same hereby repealed.
to Porter Bcarcs
& Co 16;
: ; : ; loading-C Ro.ers.Co.[ : W H Mahony, AlAlakintaws $527 96, besides interest from 22d December
1nd.! 6th
: to H S Hawley ; 2 to T Orman. Passed by Council January, 1S49.
.. a Brownlow, W W IS 15, and costs. In the other, MitesEverrtt
Healthy climate.II: suppose,?'* :: Per barge Gen Taylor-123 bales cotton to J Bowers, LCastlebury 9IHE Subscribers have on hand and offer for
Moreo
D.iy Ac; Co; 23 to Lockhart & Young Itisiiratice.THE A 2 to the use of Charles Miles, plaintiff and Behj?
Healthy !-it aint anything else. Why. Per bux from Flint River -230; bales cotton to subscribers, Agent fir The Etna In:- J 'VlcAllister, Capt I sale on liberal terms- min S. Hawley defendant, mofthe principal sum
Stnnv.r.ynu! can choose there any climate :Sims:; &; Clieever; 30 to J H & J M Hull. Co.," '' The Protection ltisur< e Clark, J N B 2 Aleyer. Louis SUGAR-10 htids:: and 50 bbla N. Orleans;, of $301 12, besides interest ftom 22d December,
you like-hot cold and that without Per barge Live Oak 117 bales Cameron, Ja's G Merrill N 10 boxes Woolseys & Stuart's loaf; 1845 and
or cotton to W G Co., and The Hartford Ins Ir.lhCe Co.," of Hal f. costs. Property pointed out by plain
trrfvellirT mure than fifteen minutes. J." t Porter & Co; 19 to Wylie &; McKenzie. ford, Conn., are prepared to take Fire, Inland Clark, W D 2 Newton, Capt Henry FLOUR-100 bbls superfine St Louis and Ohio; tin: Terms cash. .
think o' tliat) Risks Corwin, J B Pwchesan, John COFFEE-50 sacks Rio and Maracaibo; JOHN L0CAS
; the next cold tnornin' when and Marine on as favorable terms as any She rift
Veil git out 0' bed. There's :i mountaintherr T.I\YERPOOL-Per Exports. good office. J DAY & Co. Carter, Revd Powell, Thamas MOLASSES bbls new crop ; By B. LUCAS, Deputy.
bales
'Va\'erly-1579 Centene WHISKEY-50 bbls and half bbls
Nemecious Preston .
;
Thos
the Dec 23, 1849. 2 January 2,1849.In
call it cotton.
Sawyer Navayday. they Choate LARD-5 bbls and 10
Capt E D Porter, Benj kegs: ;
".Iht valley ou each sMe of it-the one hoi IVr bark Mersey-1277 bales cotton. Davis SOAP SO boxes '
Israel Porter pale, yellow and white
PeterRovinson ; Chancery.
The
NEW Protection
YORK-Per Insurance
sind brig W L Jones-541 bales Co. of
, the tother en.Vell.. git on the lop cotton. New Delano, Lewis Oeo 2 STARCH-10 boxes Colgate's; Raphael J. Moses, Adm'r te": ) .. .' .
of llut mountain with a double-barrelled Per schr Lamartine-376 bales cotton. subscriber. Jersey. Dressert, B.K Roan, T l' 2 PORK-20 bbls mess and. prime ; bonis non, of the estate of .'. t,

)gun, and) you can: without movin', kill eithersumrxjT Per schr Sylvester Gesner-120 bales cotton. THE their being appointed for this by the is above Dilw rU1', York. Ruce, J C : 2 BEEF-20 bbls prime; John Locke, deceased, Bill for Relief,
PROVIDENCE Per Manco 1045 bales agent city now Douglass Hon Thos TOBACCO-50 bxs and hf bxs favorite brands .
ship ,
or winter ame.jest as you will. prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks. Randolph, E A ;; vs. &.C.
.. What !-have cotton Flemming.W Reed, Sewall BACON casks.sides and hams; James Locke Godwin Sc
tried it ?
you ever NEW ORLEANS Per schr Pauline 223 bis May 11, 1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL. ....
Tried it Friel.Wm Ruff A MACCARONI boxes Italian ; Cows, et. a!. # :... b.
olien' -ami) should have done ;
cotton, 6 bxs tobacco.
'preity well, but for one thinD." .. consignee of Goods marked A. B., per FinksSimoi Rogers, W P 2 VERMICELLI-5 do do; : UPON reading the bill cf'complaint filed in
U THE
.. Well Edward, from New York, will please Fraser, Jesse Rawley, S H CRANBERRIES quarter bbls! ; cause, and it being made to appear by
I what was lhat 1"! J. C. ALLEN. JAMES I. G irnN make himself known, toWM. 0j;: >onel, Patt Roberts, D DOMESTICS bales sheetings and shirtings;;; affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor, that James

: wanted a dog that would stand both .. C. Allen & Co. G. PORTER & Co., Gillespie, Capt 5> Semmes, A G 5 I OSNABURGS bales Lowell and Georgia; Locke, Godwin & Cows, Asa Gove, J. D. Stod-;

'.climates. The.last dog I had froze off his Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Jan 4, 189. 41 Water street. Gibson, Jas Smith, J CS..lorn i GLASS-20 bxs assorted sizes; dard, and John D. & Albert L Locke, defendants

[(Ill while pintin on the summer side. He DRUGS( MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, Grist, David n, H RAISINS-100 whole, hf and qr boxes; in the bill filed-in thi- cause, reside beyondthe

didnt get entirely out of the winter side, GLASS, BRUSHES: .,&c. City Lots, < Godley, Caleb Stone, S H BUCKWHEAT kegs new; limits of the State of Florida, but within the
also, Lease or Sale, for which warrantee. deeds Hodges, H 2 Storer ALl\IONDS-200 pounds United States It is
you see. JlVew as you live !i'Marble'elope'd. FOR Capt D W ; : ordered that publication be
Jl general assortment of be given. Apply to I Hancock, Nath'l Sylvie, Capt Jas BUTTER-25 kegs:: Goshen and Western; made in the Commercial Advertiser for the

eo:.::, Albany Argus. flflW'S.. RT.AVTCS- .STATinvFRV- -------.---- ,, .-\--,-..,-.v.*....._ Dec 28 H.G.>. GUYON. Hamilton, WE Simpson. C S CHEESE-20 bxs English dairy; of four months, requiring said defendants space personally -

The Jan cor.18 of Chesnut & Commerce streets, Loaf Sugar. Johnson, Benj L 2 Taylor, W S. BRANDY hf pipes Otard, Depuy & Martel ; to be and appear before this Court oft the'

Apalachlcola Bible Society, Apalachicola, Fla. Q A A A LBS. Steam Refined, for sale by James, Levi Thompson, S A LEMONS boxes Sicily; first Monday in March next.- Ih n and thereto

Auxiliary to the American' Bible Society, is J. F. FARRIOR. E. McCuiiitFarridr Dec 23 D B WOOD.For Jamison, Miss Mabala White, Wilson WINES-20 doz superior Maderia. and' Sherry; answer, plead.to or dernutto said bill filed in this

tow fully organized, and th* following named & McCully', Kilpatrick, D S Wallace, J B ALE-dozen pale; cause, otherwise that the same be taken as con

Ir otie appointed an Executive Committee" to COMMISSION MERCHANTS, : Sale' < Kelley, Capl F Williams, A A Pickles, Sauces, Olives, Brandy Chines and L fessed.'It iV further o'rdefed. that complainant
FIRKIN'S of superior Bu'ter, of Latham's Kelley, John Candy, a full assortment. forward.to each ( defendants
Carry out Us | irpose: 81 Gravier street, 25 Wheaton, Chas : o a copy of the bill
Dec 29 New Orleans. Dairy. Kay, John. Yen!, Airs Nancy C. A. GREEN & Co. filed herein. "'P'-
SAM'L
J. BRYAN President Dec 28 NOURSE, STONE & Co. !CJ- Persons calling for, any of the above letters Dec 23 5'2 Water street. GEORGE S., HAWKINS, Judge

NATHAN BACKER, V. President, V Edward McCulIy, Iron, Nails, Steel, &c. : will please say they are advertised. Advances. Western Circuit of Florida.A .

A. HANCOCK Treasurer, GROCER AND COMMISSION: MERCHANT, 30 TONS weeds, American and English JOS. S. MAY, P. M. THE subscribers willmake liberal cash ad- True Copy.,-Attest : '

P. W. CULLEN, Secretary No. 23 Water street. Iron, assorted: sizes; on consignments! ,Cotton to their WIUJAM VALLEAU, Clerk. ''

N. C. ROTtBlNS, Novil i .Apalachicola Fa. 30 dozen Brade's Hoes; Citron, Currants, Raisins, Lemons friends in Liverpool or New Yotk. October 4th, 1843. oct21-40-4ro '

P. LAPrJ &DE. Furniture 20 dozen Crown do; &c. Dec 23 J DAY & Co. ,

WILLIAM POE. 1 MARBLE\ Top Centre Table, 10 dozen Shovels and Spades; JUST received in fine order, and for sale by Carbon Altars' j).

The Bibles, now dally expected will be deposited X I French Bedstead and Bedding, 100 kegs Nail-, assorted sizes; 11 C A GREEN & Co. Advances. ..... :fS. v Bill for Divorce.: .. '
SinniahAllaN.
3 : .
500 l.bs German Steel undersigned will make liberal advances
' Castand
with Mr. 1 Bureau marble ; ; *
Hancock, to whom, any one disposed 1 double Dressing marble Wash Stand top, 20 doz Collin's Axes Georgia and Kentucky Clarified Sugar. THE Cotton consigned to his friends Liverpool THE Defendant not having plead; answered'

to contribute. the Society, or wishing to The top J t pattern; 50 BBLSLNevr.York Clarified,just received I, Glasgow Havre, Boston or New York. demurred t0 complainant's billafter dua-
above Furniture has
'purchase Bibles only been in use a .and for notice of the
sale
and TesUmnts, can 2 boxes Cotton Cards by Nov 18 D B WOOD. filing thereof; given by publication
\ apply. ;
&lachjcol.. Jan. 18,1849.W. few Jan months 18? and will be sold low.J. AppJy to 4 do Coffee Mills;; Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. ;.nH. the r*kirt. bill r\f *..rn..1.e-- .---.- ..._,-J ...L..._. ._....tt........
DAY.'Co.Notice. "
therein
- 10 kegs 5 and 6) inch Spikes; for sale by Notice. etated'lining been taken for confessed

A. & P. C. Kain I .. C. A. GREEN & Co. Cranberries. THE Copartnership heretofore existing under against said defendant: on motion of Solicitor'
COMMISSION THE firm of Robert; Allen &. Co.is dissolved.t Dec 28' 52 Water street. IN hf. and qr. bbls. just recived and for sale by firm of J. D. ATKINS .Co, is this day for complainant, it :is ordered that' id.cause beset

:MERCHANTS will be made, and the business I 11 C A GREEN & Co. dissolved by mutual consent. All persons indebted for hearing the first day',of Ibe next !term

No. 4 Columbus Block.. continued by e.' C. ROBERTS. Boots$ and Shoes, Yellow to the late firm will please make paymentto of this Court, and that notice of such hearing
Potatoes.
Apalachicola. Apalachicola, Jan. l3, 1849. FOR SALE: by the package, by & BBLS. in fine order the undersigned, who will continue the Gro- be given to the defendant by the'publicalion

&> Liberal! advances i 'made 'on consignments For Sale. nov18 D B WOOD. 100 Jan 11 C A, for GREEN sale by& Co. cery business on his own account at No. 53 Water copy of this order,once a week for,, the apace of
w Cotton street. HENRY YOUNGS. three months prior to the first day of the next
to
their To Bent.
friend in Liverpool, Glasgow, 100 COILS Rope; 1000 Ibs Twine, by I 6 Provisions Dec 1849. term in the
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New Apalachicola. Commercial
Advertiser
York and Philadelphia. Jan 16 NOURSE.. STONE & Co. PART of the Fire-proof Store, No. 24 Water T>-5EF" and Pork for sale a newspaper
published in of
_Jan. 111849. Enquire of D B WOOD. _by the'city Apalachicola.
>. Nov 25 D. B. WOOD. Notice. A WAI. *
Georgia Os burs: ; Nov 18 Copy. VALLEAU Clerk.:
tt. R' weeks after date I will apply to the Hon. December, 1848.
sale 43-3za
Taylor by HENRY YOUNGS, SIX .
FOR Western Produce! .
ud e of Probate, for Calhoun Florida
COMMISSION 28 53 Water street. Hemp and Cotton Dnclc. county, ,
No,82 Water MERCHANT, FINE assortment just received from New ST. LOUIS Flour Ohio do, Lard, Whiskey, *, for letters of administration on the estate of Soaps.

Deb 2!. $m. street, Coffee. A York for sale by .. -. ; choice and J prime Molasses,Pork,mess William G. Kelly, deceased, late of raid county. A LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps, just
_ Apalachicola, Ft.- OH AJJ SACKS RIO, landing and for sale by Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. and prime, Bacon- ,Ham. ,Sides and:Shoulders,for MATILDA L. KELLY. received,'and for sale |1'1 '-"
<&\ NOT 18 D B WOOD. sale by B. ELLISON &. Co. December 29,J S4S. 4S-6w Dec 9 '. H>-F ABFXLl
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LRtii T' Y .irs'c Dec 9. Cor. Water ,
and Chestnut st&1 .
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WHOLtSALE: D RETAIL GROCER I' 'CIOO Bg. 'Rio Coffee. For Sale. PaB cea. : -.. -.1:

"jflTtt Water. street ', !FOR sale on consignment, a large invoice .of 50 SACLS prime green, new crop, just re. f School Books, 2 MAHOGANY Counting House Desks. Ap- WATM & HOUCK'S Panacea,T just receded

Iee28 aehi .F .' I nude clothing,by the package, by; received, and for sale by. FOR sale by A ply to B.. S.. HAWLEY, S and foftale by. '. ,. ,.
i Not' 18 DITWOOD. : Jan'll' C A GREEN & Cc. 17 6 ABELL. Nov 25: Columbus Block. Feb 17 H F ABELL.?":'.

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:e.- :!:I ...-.r..=' matter whether the result of inherent cause or | ; Collector's Sale. I iLtgal Notices. HIGHLY infringements oi. the copyright are prcQcut.and .

causes produced by irregularity, illness or acci '! virtue of the authority in me vested by law, Child- i'Hi : I cheats! will only sell abridged or altered co!

dont. Nothing can: be more surprising than its BY will expose to sale, before the Court House I In Chancery Jl Valuable Scientific Work, upon the Subjectof I pies. 'fhis is the only original and true work.._

l invigorating effects on the human frame. Persons | Door, in the City of Apalachicola, on Monday I Raphael J. Moses, Adm'r de Gestation and Child.Kirth, by R. JlWEISSELHOFF /. no other can be genuine. Send by mail as above;

all weakness a.id lassitude, from taking it, I the 12th day of March 1819, between the hours bonis non, of the estate of M. D., late of Paris, it is the only sure way to secure, the 'Work._

at once become robust and full of energy under of ten A. M. and four P. M. the following real John Locke, deceased, 1 I Bill for Relief, just published in A'cw York, by the Author. Thousands of copies have been* sent by'mailwith

IU its influence. It immediately lv counteracts the estate, situated in the City of Apalachicola, (assessed vs. .c. This Work contains recently discovered infor- perfect safety. S

-' nervelessness of the I female frame, which i is thereat as the property of Lewis Curtis and Joseph James Locke, Godwin SCows mation a subject of the highest importanceto FRESH ARRIVAL OP -

I'n' II II ;" cause of n.rr lne5S. It will not be expected :I Delafiuld, Trustees of the Apalachicola Land et. al. J Married upon Persons or those contemplating Marriae. Drugs, Medicines, Points, oijDyeStuffs

Y of t us in cases of so delicate a ntule. toI Company,) or so much thereof as will pay the reading the bill of complaint filed in It will be found of special value to those ;

: I : : exhibit certificates of cures performed but we j Taxes for iSIS, assessed thereon, for the State UPON catisc "and it being made to appear by whose health or other circumstanced, do Perfumery, ace.it .
means
lUll llllmJlfl: g W.i ', : ran assure the alllictod that hundreds 01! caes I Florida: and the County of Franklin, togetherwith affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor, that James them to increase the number of their THE undersigned returns his thank
I not permit to his friends and the
f ,:, hibeen reported to u>. Thousands: of cases I the cost of advertisement and sale, and Locke, Godwin & Cows, Asa Gore, J. D. Stod- family, without great inconvenience, suffering, or liberal' and public for their '

l l _.tt. ': wlii-re families have been without children, ner which said real estate is described as follows, in dard, and John D. & Albert L. Locke, defend perhaps risk of life. A method of avoiding these I. that he l patronage"is begs to inform
nsui a lew butiks of this invaluable! medicine, I the Map! of said City, viz : this reside now:receiving an addition.
:, ; ants in the bill filed in cause, beyondthe troubles and dangers at will, (recentlydiscoveredby which
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-;"'. ,, .:"_.c: Irav.rb-en: blessed, with fine, healthy offspring. Wharf Lots Nos 7, 8,9-100 feet each. limits of the State of Florida, but within the a celebrated French Physician) is fully communicated al supply his assortment added to his former

Dr. : To illotier! < aatl ITInrrictl LiKlies. Lots G and 7 in Block 17. United States : It is ordered that publication be in this work, so. that any person may stock, renders : French unusually large J

To\rnScluls Su'sltu'ilt.'V01lI This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly Lots 2, 3, 4, :r, G, 7, S, 9, in Block IS. made in the Commercial Advertiser for the space avail himself of it at once, without purchasingany arid complete. English, German aid

r and Blowing of the Ag( prepared( in reference to female complaints. ..Nofem.il Lots 4, 7, S, 13,11,15,10,17, IS, in Block E5. : of four months, requiring said defendants per- instrument, medicine, or other article, from American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery; Glass
The most extraordinary, MiSicine,! in th.? World Lots G 7 13 14 in Block F2. and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c., are offeree'to ;
>1 who has reason to suppose she is approaching sonally to he and appear before this Court, on the author. The of prevention here set
This Extract i is iut UMM; C| larl littles : it is six Lot 3 in Block D2. the means Physicians, Country Merchants and others 4
; : that critical period, The turn of life{ first Monday in March next, then and there to forth cost comparatively nothing, and are within oi
times cheaper, plea-unler, and w.rrJ'lt t ed su- should neglect to take it, as it is a certain pre- Lots, 7,8 in Block 1. answer, plead to or demur said bill filed in this the reach of all. The process is new safe, infallible the most'liberal terms-all of which he warranta j

perior lo any sold. It cure-:. without ventativc for any of the numerous and horrible! Lots 2,3 .J 1, C,7, S, 9 J, in Block 4. cause, otherwise that the same be taken as confessed convenient, simple, and cannot injurethe pure aridUn dulterated. vm a

vomiting,purging i ,ViH.ipnhgordebilitating di-seiscs to which females are subject at this time Lots .J, 5, G, 7, S in Block S. Il is further ordered, that complainant I health, of the most delicate. Nor docs it H. *'. ABELL,

th? Fatierir. This be for several Lots 1 to 10, in Block 19. I of the bill Wholesale Retail Druggist. 1
of life. period may delayed forward. to each of defendants a copy curtail matrimonial privileges in the [lea t.1UoI'ally .
The grcnt b.-anty and su.iernrity of Ihn .ir ipiriiUovcr :ytars by wing, this medicine. Nor is it less valuable Lots 1,2,3,0,7,8,9, 10, in Block 21. filed- Considered.The 45 Water street.Apalachicola J

:all other maJichp.. : i<, that while it for thoe who approaching womnnhood: Lots 4, 0, G, 7,8, 9, 10, in Block 2G. herein.GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Judge work be shown to be of 1 Nov. 21, 1546._ ,
this
'eradicate tin) di i :nt", it invigorates! ; the body. I as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening Lots 3, 4,5, 0,7, in Block'15. Western Circuit of Florida.A object ot sustained can the soundest S and Medicines.
and by Drugs
i is one of the very bestSPUING the blood! and invigorating; the system. Indeed Lots :3,4, 5, i G:;, 7, 8, in Block 10. True the highest utility,
: M12DICIXI5SEverkno.vn CopyAttestVILLTAr : 'bt t prudence, political (conot1y and THE subscriber has, and
AND SUMM15T principles wiH
Lots 1 to 10 in Block 51.
this. medicine is invaluable for all the delicate \ VALLEAU Clerk.
it not o.il purifies the while sys- virtue. It shows bow n. plivsio'gmcai I : eflect may constantly have,on hand,a
; } diseases 'which women subject.It Lots 1, 2,3, 0, 7, S, 0,10. in Block 3:2. OctoberIth 15. oct'21[-10-4m complete
ftet, and stnMjthc'is: lh p.-r u. bit it crratmtn :, hrarc' the whole svstem\Ie, renews permanent- I Lots 2 to ID( in Block 31. I _, ,181 he produced scientifically and without injury to 11 assortment of DRUGS and AlKfJT.CINES .
IL'JJ ric'i b!.tj j) !jnire ; I Iv the ir.ittir.il: energies, by rt'lnoving the impuritit's Lots G, 7, S 9, in), in Block 155. Carston Altars, ) pure
Bill for Divorce.Susannah by the most unwise and reprehensiblemeans. and of the best quality. Country .

t of iN w II 1 \ Tf'il -q;"' ''*. !I ha< p -irins-l sib relaxation; which i is thc case of Lots 1 to :!!), in Block LI. Allars. ) The object fs by no means new to the ,Merchant and. Planters will find it '

wihi: thl l 11.t !ih'i }"'!', ID ii n;; tinnl'") '1.0() f) ,incilicir.cs.;qu2nt taken for female weakness and Lots 1, :, 7. S, '.), in Block 9. Defendant not having plead, :Answered world. The means will be esteemed by all scientific to their advantage to call, examine ind price hfj
of "r. si J I l.'i: .J 1 "H J 'i \ll TMIE and sensible people as a Goods before elsew
cures s 'Vi'r .n d. ; :1.0' (i-I5C.! Uy ti;in! a low bottles of this medicines Also-All Land lying on the West side of [lie dumurrcd: to complainant's! billalter due right-minded purchasing here.
wire. r1'i,1 i 1 >r.' 5 j iMrur i',!;.. I Jl.tnci: Iv.;d hh-'livM t seven; and painful surgical operations mayI Apalachicola Bay, North and Wet of the City of I notice: of t the filing thereof, given by publication, discovery in physiology of the highest consequence '- N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up \ ut}
i mtiiy
of tn 'rtim "iJj 1 c.ullr-i.I 1.114 t:1C! t.Yipntiv t t'i I I > pr. '.nlc.l. Apalachicola, to the Western boundiries of I and the said bill of complaint and the matters to public morals and happiness. care and accuracy at any hour thedavor lI gt.'t,

;)'1'. I, !. :'elt nc.in '0 lJIohCl'S :tdI Franklin County ; also, St. Vincent's Island I.Gcorse' I therein stated having been taken for confessed The Instinct of Nature. J. C. ALLEX
"D,1)3): C tIb. of -' si'l :Sa >: :.jij .' I Chilch'e:2. I I-l ind, and Dog Island (exclusive of against said defendant : on motion of Solicitor Love, and the dc?ire for union between the March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerces;.

:i ::1 ,...... :i i o f .V.n.-a. G a n; *jDr. -. and) efloclual medicine: for that portion of St. George's and Dog Island owned I for complainant, it i is ordered that said Cause beset sexes, will be indulged, ta"K of pnHencc as we
I II I j i-j 1 Iho-afe-t mo-it 1 I
I rov-tsiiTs 1 >ir.i ,:: -11. i jug-Tile- i lh\I I the I by (the U. S. Government; ) ; aho, all Lands lyiiigEit !I for hearing at the: first day of the next term rlay.Yithout marriage, we have, in all countries J. SPENCE,
I I Ihe yt K-n: and l relieving I suticringsat
h.ila y,!' ,! n<*r ru K'.tfly. i"<, ti'".t wh; !i:ivo !pu'i\'in.tent1t it 1IllIa chiM-birth ever discovered. It : of t the Hay of Apalachicola and bordering jot:I this Court, and. that. notice. of such, .. hearing, a debasement of ov: sex, and the criminal '\".\TCII:0 CLOCK MAE .
; : f .
t'tc their tr. inljt- e K-rjy bv trf e-J-oN! : ot tncd- I oolr I1 hens h..th t the mother and chBdl'rc\'clits on! St. George's Sound, and running East to the -I bvmven! to tile- dotenuant by time publication ol acopy indulgence of the natural in-tinct, very often -a- Second Story flaltzt.:1.1'3Jtultdii1g.r1 .

itiu:* or i dt'1rt'I'; c.. a- jt5Un; youiii: 0 r I IVexc food m"iith of New River, t'lom thence i itia direct line of this order, once a week for the pacc of suffering and miser of the trio..t fearful ctaracI I "-, Entrance ,
pniiche the Chietniu.it
uin ami disease I i increases :arid i I ( r'n )
.Hsive! i.t'II. i of 11 h. ..<< i.j., a'i-1' brought! ibi| ,,-; who b.xve med it I Ihink it i is indispensable.j : to the ChipoLi Cut-off, following the Apalachicola three months prior to the first day of the next I I ter. Who,thcn, shall deny to man, (a free aeri1)) -_':. ., A''AClUCOLA' ,FA.

01 a gti.i r..l ;i"I\.i, ,?.t ;!)r..h .ilio'i 44 1" t'io n: rvo'i;j I It is !highly; useful both before I and! after confincmtt River down to its mouth, including Forbe's term in the Commercial Advertiser, a newspa- the right to marry and: to regulate the instinct of N B. Watches'! Clocks and
5y i it disea-vs I upon ,
as
sitiois, PI'.I.t uv ,,1 1 1.MY: .t 11 1 .! Mri,', h-i' teriin.: |! childbirth-i'i!prevents Co
linv.ir.l, that! I t.it.il tli js..to:', '' 'i .o!' ion, c.ui i !he i i iiurof t the Feet Despondency, I Heartburn I Vom- qildlilv. December 1 IS >K. U-3in) Younij Married l'cople'h, se iV.mmesare not i Jr1lHENUiRowliisg

cntitoly. Nt.t tr"I !>v t'ti j4 'Ii{ *I.t it :.:.,V .V. TitisSlr.J'Jrit !, Uiiu P.ii'i! in the Hack and! Loin--, Fal:e Pains 1JENJ. LUCAS, Tax Assessor and -- -Sheriff's- -- Sale. yet established, will fInd in this work matter to I I

\j4 t'.iru ..'riir I t nv and Collector for Franklin County. interest them deeply, and information of the r Saloon and liillliardISooiu.
the secretions
I and regulating(
in
IlIt'm',1' ,
mtZP
issued from
virtue If writ of lieu facias
'lr 'H'"i 1; C'ii,' :: eq'iali/.in: I the circulation it in- no equalThe Apalachicola, October, 1' h.. 3S-iin( i i BY the Clerk's( a otfice of the Circuit Court for highest value which they should not on any account 'I'I .
:
,A it r '1'a' I iu'i ,. .! a svtn, ive I gr.'at beauty r>I' this medicine is. it is always s:1fe.t'I.l 55. Ellis(: iV Co., Co:'. Water and Franklin Western Circuit of Florida, i be ignorant ot. I Hundreds: of 1\lai\ tied -'J I r.: proprietor| of the! "Atheiwum LVnliDi
t t., tIp I : 1 linV I: J r.i.t!t'i' to factivity mfl'CUlar the tnHt delicate use it most successfully, county People, now advanced; in life, have assured the :i Saloon" l.ausul -
Chestnut sts. i is I er.dtavor
and to directed, wherein Hiram Nourse very : lo make
.'s:: .,n. I i'i m '4 t tcirel. 'x'r.4 ,r.i't an' 1I'r\: in me author that if they had ssossed such a treasure .
3. other medicine, i
few the .tabli.
hll'rt
require .
very ca' any SHIP CHANDLERY.MANILLA paintil1! and John B. Maurean and Louise Pel- I ( an agreeable place o' rn-rrt-
C,:l.n n:)Hs Cr :!. littlo Castor Oil Mairne-ia, is u,'fiil. I in early life it would have saved them more than is
: wn a or ; & and Hemp Cordage of all sizes, levin are defendants, I have levied upon and will i and thankful that an ever cliscriuunjling jub':
; I ;r : : C l'I Tnit: : rl! 1 h. I'v'rci i..e ill the air and liLt food with t this half the sufllring and deprivation they have since
le1' :11 I.tl'a j oicu Wormline, Marline Spun- offer for sale before the Court Home door in the I lie prove by liberal patronage 1 their aj.jTeciatioft

I. r;'I'a.lifi.: t -io Ji-n, LnvrC-vu-' : mc'Iidue! will always ensure a safe and easy con yarn, Oak tim perm Oil I, Falldo, Whale do, Olive city of Apalachicola, on the first Monday in Feb- endured. r ot Is di're to pk-i-e. He will a h\lY. keep i
)1.1it, C it..rr'i, C '' r't-, :\11! Spit- fiacm at. do Linseed do Raw do Boiled do, Spirits Turpentine UnhnlIY'rh.e choice nf
.1'I-.l : next IM'J, within the 1eg.il hours, the ful- asr merit Liquors, and ft-fff.-.f1ir,:
ruary ,
tin of IU.)1, 'r.t.H i i'' > <'i''r. I HecticJ !I i IVotice to the ladies.Tho Paints Window Glass! Putty, White lowing proptrty: to wit : Lot No. 10, block F, Unhappy Wives, who tel that their physical bev-rges, of a soil to tickle t the Palates ol Ol3

'i.!!, NiV Vi',* its< !, DI' :i "llf ;tr Pr"f"' .- 3 vpitiirjli -;.-' I lint imitate i I 1 Dr. Town at': Sarsaparilla Lead, l IJod do, Yellow! Ochre, Chrome Green, second! in the city of Apalachicola, levied condition and health totally unfit them to become Bacchus' most ta>tidio>H sons arid
iii., Pais: I i.i: l'', SJs;; ic"*., have: ;: b. c'n! Kmcrald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Verdigri range, the mothers of numerous offering, and who ; Ousters'.
stuff( a
called their :
have invari-ibly great Remedy upon as the property of said defendants, and to cool and delicious fivsh! Iron* their native banks.
Litlura Varnish
,ii can be care J fur Females, &e. &.C., and have copied] our bills lo, Tar?, Uo.-in! e,Pitch Sulphur, Turpentine, Bright Coal,, Copal Paint be sold to satisfy said \\'I it of fieri facia reasonably fear that each period of confineimnt For a pleasant commingling of exrci"e an?
Spitfin Bloart. will terminate their existence will bail the discovery
; and circulars which relate to the complaints of nrn he-. VarnMi do, 'l'ar tic), Scrub do. Clamp do, JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff. arllueCll'llt-71lilt cum tlulct-.here i ni nOltlul'
.. Yllljli; N t, 1" 17. women, word fur, word-'Ither) ( men who put up L-inip Black, Chalk Whiting Russia DuclEng.. By B. LUCAS, Deputv. of this certain means of relic! with unbounded within the circle of gymnastics to cuinpare "i'h'

Dr. TO-.V isvi: 1 I-I verily h.l'e th.lt)1, SirT.iiarilla medicine, have, since the great success (if' Dr. li.-i! do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do, Apalachicola, Dec. 2'J, 1S13.Sheriff's joy. Let all such unfortunate and unhappy I a g-nne of fen (pin; but those preferring less

; hi't b \ :'i I t'lP' :n?," ,thr11'1 Pr.l\iJ'ai: -e, TownsenJ's Sarsajnrilla in cornjilaints incident to White, nlile and HeJ Ijimtins Nails Copper do, -- -- wives lose no time in obtaining this important I active amusements can always tae /HI'id..

of -saving mv lite. I h .v :for5" \"nt y'-.t;'s !h id ani'i femilos, recommended theirs, although previous- do Tack?, Sliiji Spikes, Boat do, Brads, -Screw, Sale. work. It will be to them a precious Come of it--corne all." -
1 co'i.1.' It I bj* rnm w-ir e .ml I W.I:# ? At Jock Screw?, Anchors, Handspike] Car- ldjn I ,
boon life and andpremature
ly they! dM] not. A number of these Mixtures, WILL sell the firt in February through prevent many an early JOHN B.
Monday JONES
IA,I I rais l lar. ? q-mti'ii'* !hi t h ii l, h IIli I ''its. 1 Bar, Oars, Blocks Shives, Jib Hanks, hand I on
? I death. .
.1 femalp"!
I Pill, kc", are injurious' to aslheyasgrevatc Dec.
.. PUlIlp', Deck Buckets: Cedar do Ieck Broom next at the usual hours of sale in front of the Apalarhiccla, Ol i>, 1517. 5u.jjHardware )
.veils, anil) sr.; j'lv iL-'ulit >ti .l .:d 1 reduced.nid I disease and undermine the constitution. :, .
-
Wo to luv. I !> mly IB d your Corn do, Ctnlkill Mallets. Sarvingdo, Axes: AXllelve Market House, Apalachicola being the usual Hereditary Diseases. -
iII11t eKpact 1 I' Scrofula Cared. hooks and Thimhl(' ,Box hooks, Bate do, Place of holding Court for the county of Franklin Scrofula, Consumption, Insanity, Apoplexy, Ship Chandlery, &c.
id thsra
Ju-s
sort! 1itn a a woi-: I i 1-: Subscribers!
iKipirilli: a : iI .I This cNtili. ate conclusively proves that this Can (h). Collo! do, Boat do. Fi'h do. Caulking the undivided interest of Benjamin S. Hawey Disease of the Heart, and other horrible ( rTl have on hand for salt--

(1 rfll chin-e been wrmu'-it ins aim now Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the most obstinate Irons, \IakiJ Irons, :\Tilrline Spikes, ship cra.pPrs l in and to lots 2, block Dl, fronting on Water plaintscapahle of traiisinisst'i n from 'I'm-I LOCKS, assorted, Hulls, Screws, Hinge

a'lc to \vilk: 'al over the! city. I r.ti is: well i izn.iglue
and c-n li l.'a in Y ri can Di'idt'r C'llIIjlaSse:, Sail Needles Sail Twine Compasses Gimblets
mv cured in one !i.flC j is unprecedented., 3, block 2i';. ; also, lot 9, block 1 ; lot 1, block 20; same time, are as capable enjoying themselvesin Augers, ,Chisels,Brace
that I am tln-ikfnl for t tVsrj Three Children.Dr. do Shovels Hammers lot 2, block S ; lots 9 and 12, block III ; lots -I the marriage state as l their more fortunate fellow Squares, L'roadaxe,
Hatchets
oSaliint .n"'ltT1 t, Pump Chisels
To.vn-s-jii.l : Dear Sir-I han the pleasure and 17, block Hi, together with the Shall such refrain from Ship do, Collins' d(), Adze, 1Iaicizet-, Hammers -
\\ (fij Catharine! st. _Augur, Planes, 1 Handsaws 1 ; Gimblets.! Hand.-uw improvements beings. persons marriage -
Shutter
RU'fL ei IU'II : : to inform yon that t three of my children have: File, I 1:at Tail I I do, Iron Square Cupboard Lock, thereon, or so much thereof as will satisfy on lhi-9 account, or hall tie! : marry and Hanging, Blind du.Stt-dyardr,

of thin. thousand been cured of t the Scrofula by the; ING of your excellent Stock;: do, Hooks! and Staples! Hinges Padlocks, he: Ii. fil;. herein referred to-the same being give birth to a feelfle! ofNprnrj, destined to a life Counter Scales! Pkiiiorrn do, Cotton dii.

This i is only one I.\'H' TovI1'(1)1 Sarsi- mMieinc1. They were -itllicted very severely Wood Saws, Pendant I ILinlyards I Hand Lines, levied on as the property of Benjamin S. Hawley ot suffering or an early death: ? The answer to Xilcnen Ware-, Table Cuttery, Shovel :aid

ti. :s of I UhumitisT tint: Ur. : with had Soros : have taken only four Deep Sea do, Log dOt Fish do, Hand Lead, Deep to satisfy two fi. h*. i inning out ot the Circuit such serious querfions will bo found i in the work i'ong 3, Fire Irons, &c.BLACKSMITHS' .
chronic
. puil has.ct1rtt], The r.i nt "'Vtre in: tie; it took thorn iway, for which I feel : )b.jt.\ Sea do, S'l-M-t do, Bar do, Funnel, I.-anthorn, I COIn t of Franklin County-in one of said fi. faa. here recommended. : Bdlo'ws'anri1 t Slwlzw;
W \\.'jc'.viv! cr..1 JtcJ bv its clr.riaar'.ii : \ Chalk Line, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do, Hammers I 'Vires and
: ---- under great obligation. Cebra & Catnmingbeing plaintiffs;, and Benjamin Early Marriages. Screw-plates, Stocks
; Pins
Belaying Ti Ware
.i e I Crockery, Carpenter'sTool Dies, Tons?, Files,
Iia-ps&c.
Yours, respectfully, I] \-c \c. S.. Hawley defendant, for the principal sum of Early Marriages. are advised all
Jam. Cninminzi, Es onan of I tV a.sJtrntll's -;, Sampson; ot, strongly by IRON
\. t\\A\ Lnmtic Asyla.; Uli-k.v: ,. !M ttvln i the I ISAACT. GRAIN! Wooster-st.. Ajid.-tHiicoia! Dec ?', IS 17. $j i7 00, besides i interest from 22d December, philosophers and writers l1ollocla1 and political -Swetds, Endi"hanraerican: a; irtfd,
Gi>iisioi5 of .* ike of in 1 ha : Groceries and qucsti-m I
Ship Stores.RIO .
gentleman s.i : tilluwifUfr Townsend almost) daily rccvivinc: orders 1 thou.e of Charles Miles\ plaintiff, and Benj'i- [tend to virtue and and with Boiler [Iron. Railroad, Spike do, rl* hU'k.v-11's! I 1 "ilt.; 1 I COFFEE, Java do, St. do promote happit! 1.I'I,1 1,1"17.Dr. from Physicians i difi'-rent' of I I the Unioi.: Domingo min S. defendant for The Iron and Nails, Cast, l-:1gIi-oh; Liistr iHd
puts Hawley principal sum
: I the of i I the fl ions,1
.To-.vaseivl: : This is to certify that we, t the undersigned: of .']fJl 12 besides interest from 2-Jd December
!? made! known in thi-
be
co-a-\\ entered
!l workmay freely
fr, nine yeir with tiic i.'U-nitisn' : ; St. Croix! li.t\ Porto Uico do, Young Hyson Tea, PLOnUS-Sind!
i
PIiy: ,icivis of the City of Albany, have: itinnmerousrasM J lSlo, and co.l out < and Double Cora.:liellcr.*,
Property pointed by plain into without
fear of
[ incurring
siderable of tlu tim I "''ihJ; ni tMt, -sl-jp orw41k. I I Hyson ib Powchonq; d<>, Souchong do, ((.os.hen responsibilities ('ortucills L .
::)rc-crib"d Or. l'ow.iend'saraparilla: !Kuiter rh.-> L.ird Uacon tin: Terms cash. which cannot sustained. thiairelraee do, Ox d.! ;
I had the utni! dt-sr. p U'H, 'Il. te, Hani:, Sides, Shonld !- :
limbs terribly Atll' 'iIg. lu.'j tned I and b.'lieve it to be or! of the :nost valuable j>reparations .. d' ICllal's.! \Vhi ke), Mess and [Prime Reef, JOHN LUCAS, Sherifl: i Over Population of the Earth. Shovels! and Spades, Weeding Hoes,Garden,
my \wro in the market. McFsand Lane and Grubbing; I[riles.I .
Prime Pork
Mackerel. B. LUCAS
Shad Salmon By Deputy.
anl have Over of ,
four battles of Siriirill t, they I Population the e rth need be no longer
your II. P PULIVn M. D. I Herring, Sounds and Tongues Cod Fish COIlDAGE-Manjlla: and Hemp,assorted Pitch
thrasril I tI'11tfs} worth\; of Tongue?, January 2, ISI'j.I The calculations ;
: apprehended. Mahhus
done more thin one ; : .. WJL (n1.: D.II. Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pl'pl'er SauCe, 01 i\' -, --- ----- -- and Tar, Rosin, Coal Tar, Rright! Varnish, Handspikes -
good. Yon are at liberty tf' IHJ this lor the benefit P. nillGf.S: I). Capers, l'icldl, Soap Starch, Tobacco. Navy Warranted to Care." the wild tsars of Robert Dale Oxen, are alike I RIucksOars, &.c.
of the afflicted. M. D. Hr'ad Pilot do Crackers rendered baseless by I his discovery here communicated -
P. Ii EIJMENCO1F
Vintgir; Dried Fruits. OSTER & COXE'S: Southern Tonic, I C.\STINGS-Su Ketfles, Mills ind Cauldron .
genuine
Yours, respj-i'tfnllv; Albany, April 1: J847.Caution.. g"an, 4iht, ltiisens.; \i\Ltcaroni Yermaedli. Ar- C to the I world.: "The control of men --, llakeovens, Pots Enameled-
JAMBS CUMMIXGS. row I II! ont, Corn Oas, Buckwheat, Mustard, It ice. compounded from medicines of our own over his accidents," in this respcct, at least, is Kettles Spiders, ,
For >.I:> by B. ELLISON & forests, a perfect and lasting cure for fever and here I j Tea Kettles. &! (.
Fever a siI .Ae;; :iu. Owing to the great success and immense sale CO. established. The wisdom of exercising TINWARK
-! incasss I Dec 9, Cor. "Water and Chestnut st t-. ague, and for being the best Tonic in cases of such control who ; I| A full assoilment.
.inlli is
Dr. 1o\1.isenil's( Sarti. ine tlc of Dr. Townsentl's, Sarsaparilh, a number of men none give the subject a mo Wholesale
I weakness known for sale r.r retail.ltoEERi'S.
general debility or now ,
and! The ment's consideration
of the aId 1 Fever \ who were formerly our Agents have commenced Stationery. can doubt.
Chi. by [April 27] II F ABELL. ALLEN & Co.
i one of that we S.ir. Extracts Elixirs Bitters Extracts Honesty cf the Work.gCr" .
following : II'drllo making iprilU -, JUST received, Writing material every tlc- Apnlachicoia. Jan. :>& IS,I IS.
have received fro-n the :Siuth an ] t of like of Yellow Dock, &c. They generally putit ipli'II, co'isistin! ot"! fine metalic Pens of 'j'iaolnI SOIIS Compound Syrup of There is no deception or hutnbug:c-ry t-f '

character. up in the same shaped bottles and some (J superior qilalit ics; fiie: French Cap and Letter Tar and Wood Naptha, any kind about this work. It is Precisely what I A CAISO.

Orv' p101": OX 22, IS 17. them have stole and copied our advertisements Paper ; Mem. Books ; large blank books, Letigers, Tiloft the cure of consumption chronic, bronchitis its title indicates, a scientific publication, containing : TIn: Subscribers! lake tins method rf inform _

Dr. ToA"iseil\ : : ) : I.-'r Sir -I pircluud tor mywife they are only worthless imitations, and should be Journal-, &c.; Pencils Pen-holders, Paper-fold 1. athma'hopill cough, palpitationof information of h'TPjt'aJue to married I : the Citizens of Apalachici and its vicinity -

two b )ttl < ft Slro.lur.ll:; of your A sent, avoi tied. ers and Clasps ; Bills of Lading, blank' Bill of the heart, liver complaints, and affections of( people, or those contemplating marriage, expressed that they have now on hand a very remand

Mr. Ic air, of K. \ ,'U 17 1:;, try it for the Fever Principal Office, It2'l' FULTON Street, Sun HX'channe, Dray Receipts, blank Manifests, &.C. ; the kidneys, for sale by in plain language which all can understand j well selected Sock! GOODS, winch will h*

and Ayju. jH-iiore j I ln-1 (iii
it ajjpeirel to \inn the! blo.il I, .avl: every B-j4oa ; Dyott & Sons 132: North Second street, __Sept ?:} J. C. ALLFNT. to swell the number of its pages. The whte! \ Cloths and Casiia.etesvarious stltFaiicy -?,

other diy, when t'lt C'ulls; and Fevr a.pejn-l: Philadelphia; S. S. Ilance Dru: ist, Baltimore; I ait k Hooks and Stationery. story is told, and the means: of accomplish g I be L Prints; : do. do.

they were le.si violent ; and before she bid( finished P.1. Cohen, Charleston ; Wright & Co., 151 Paints, Oils, t.C.. LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c. objects of the work fully and fairly"given, so (hat Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured!,

the bottle, she W.H entirely relieved, and I Charters street, N. 0.; 1U5 South Pearl street, JUST received'', per brig Georgiana, from New ( Foolscap and Letter Paper; the reader may avail himself of it at once, with Slks, FndtRyne,

she was much better t'un' s'njli.il' l I?en before Albany ; and by all the principal Druggists and Whit Lead pure No J and extra. Oils, Cotton Memorandum Books ; out purchasing any medicine, i instrument, t-r (It). i\fntela!

she took the Aue. A lilv 1 that had lr en' very :Merchants generally throughout the United States boiled and raw, Paris Green, Verdigris, Prussian Ship and River Bills Lading; other article, from the author. The means of (IC). Satin StripedFancy .

eick with the Chills: and Fever, but bad broke W(! "Indies! and the Canadas. Blue, Red and Yellow Ochre Chrome Yellow Boooks for Letter Press. protection which it recommends, may also be relied Cashmere Robes

them with Quinin andv.. ,s Mt i in a very weak For sale wholesale and retail by and Chrome Green, with all the other varietiesof Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks, upon, without fear of disappointment or ii- do. Merino do.i _

and distressing tate, and trn'jlj-1' 1 eveettdin ly H. F'. ABELL, colors; also a large assortment: of Paint Brush Just received and for sale by Jury. I do. Delaine do.i.ins .'

with the Ague' C.ike, seeing I the: eflact that it had May 2"j, ISIS 19-ly Apalnchicola. es, all sixes, for sale by March 1 H. F. ABELL. Physicians, Professors, and Clergymen India Cock .

on my wile, she sent and! procured a few bottles, Sept ::) J. C. ALLEN. Chloroform i (It). Swiss, Luce and Colorf!

and it restored tier in a fe.v w, 'cs to COrflplCtehealth. (Dry Goods. IIu'cl\Val'e. In all parts of the country have given their Edgings; Lisle, Cap and Thread{
Your Sirsiparilli i is with:>ut doubt, unequalled subscribers offer for sale a large and sea- WARRANTED pure, just received and for
rrHE Plain Irons, single and double, Ham testimony strongly isi favor ot the objects of this Shawls, Da*c. incident to tha! YV.- t -aid if stock of in PLAINS
in diseases Dry Goods, consisting
Draw Knives, Augurs, Auguer Bits, Nov 18 J ALLEN. work, and the nature of the discovery. We ari- do. .Marino, .
you think that thi commnnication: : will be of use part Plaid Woo '.,
ofNegro Spring Braces, Timber Scribes, Turn Screws, nex aftwMif these recommendations : uo. ;
you are at liberty to use it as you choose. Kerseys and Linscys, Mortice Dry Goods. Kid, Lace and Silk
Marking Guages, do, Saw Sets; Wood NEW YORK, Sept. 13, 1S4S. Gloves ,

Yours respectfully( ; U., S\VAI.\ While and Red Flannels, Rules, Adzes, Wrenches, Saws, Locks, Hooks DRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs, Dn. R. M. WEISSEI.HOFF Dear Sir: I should Tnskan Gipsey[ Bonnets, latest fashion -S

Cn.RL" Bingups and Tweeds, and Staples, Butts,Screws, Hinires, Shutter Bolts, Jeans, Flannels, Blankets have no question whatever that the means recommended Ribbons in all varieties 4.

Canker il the Jloiit'i. Super plain black and fancy Casameres, Brads, Tacks, Copper Wire, Melting Ladles RatTrats Tweeds, Shirt i ugs; Sheetings, Checks, in your work on Child-Birth, would Brown; Shirtin, 114; and 3-4

Below i is: an account uf another child saved.; ;' Super English and French Cloths, Axes, Hatchets, Coffee Mills, Sledge Hammers Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c. accomplish the objects intended, considered in Bleached do. 7-S, 3-1,4-4,10-4, and 11-'

Dr. Towasend's Sim milla Ins sived the lives: Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qr3.DuHil Smith, Tongs, Mill Saws Anvils, &,c. &c. For sale by B. ELLISON & CO. reference to physiological principles alone, but I Blankets, 6-4 and 8-4 :>

of thouund of childrei. The following! two Blankets, 9 and lOqrs.Mirseilles F'orsale by B. ELLISON & Co. Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts have also the happiness to know that it has ctood Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting ;:'

certificates are salectad from a -. rlt nunibsr' received [ Quilts, 9, 11), 11 and 12 qrs, Dec !. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. Cider. the test ot practical experiment. Carpet Bags j

this week. Brown Ihnim, Kremlins and and Oottonades, Iron Scotch---- do, Weeding and Garden- BBLS Champagne, for sale by Yours truly, R. LE DOYEN, Hats and Caps, all styles 'J
New Yrk- April 1, IS 17. Shirting Sheeting, SWEDE 50 Professor of Midwifery late of Paris. Boots and Shoes
Dr. Townsend : Dear Sir-One of mv children: Cotton Osnaburgs I Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton and Wool] _Dec 30 ELLISON Co. Clothing ot all kinds. -

in the Month, and Cotton Drilling and Ticking Cards{! Spades and Shovels, Cauldron and Sugar QIIEEl'INGS- ; -
was very sick with a Canker Shirtings and Prints, by the NEW YORK, 1S4S. Also, a neat assortment of JEWELRY, and
August,
Throit, attended with ;nit dioility.: It carne Linen and Cotton Checks, Pans, Ploughs, &.c. &.c. for sale by )L.J baleand case, low for cash, by DR. R. M. WEISSELHOVF-Sir : The moral many other articles too numerous to mention. ,
I obtain som? of excellent Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting, B ELLISON & Co. B. ELLISON
dyin
near ? < your & CO. effect of such information work contains, Call and examine for yourselves.
for which I Bleiched Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, Dec 9 Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. Dcc 9. your
it
medicine, and it cured directly, Gor. WaterarmdChestnut sts. I believe to be decidedly salutary. The right of M. N. SCOTT & BROTHER,

assure you I feel very gntcful English l-'vtra: : French and and American twilled Prints, BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by the case; Tanners' Oil, man to control the animal instincts cannot be Dec ->3 Cor.Vater. and Centre sts.
YO'lro. r'e't super, plain Ginghams, Shoes and Buskins --- --- --- -
; sale by questioned. I think the work will be the means --
ELIZABETH I FO'.VLBIl. l 27 1).'&.rosses-t. Super Evtn Ca-hmfre d'Ecosse de Lame, Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans ; FOR 30 R ELLISON & Co. of doing much good. Iron; Nails, Are.O .

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Fits Fits! Fits suprIu.lifl fine sew'd Brogans; Rev. B. F. CROWLEY. f\ TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes ;
English! ; Scotch and American do. Men's Wood Ware, 'c. &\J 100 kegs Nails
Dr. Townsend, not having. tested his Sarsaparilla pegged Boots; do.
in cases of Fits, of co'irs? never recommend.d Super Italian black and figured Silks, h fine sewed Boots;!! BARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs Flour No. S Stanley Park, New York. 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities;

: i, and was surprised to.re.-eivu the following Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, Russet Brogans. For sale by* Measuresj Trays, Axhelves, Buckets, DR. WEISSELHOFF: The principles of 20 Blacksmith Steel Facbd, Antila; .
Brooms &c. &c.
English and Silk Hkfs for sale
(ran an intelligent "an I rectale. Farmer i inWestchester Super Pongee B. ELLISON & CO., by Cheme try applied to the hfhts regulating the 20 English and American Vises f
English and American B. ELLISON
Cotton
Hkfs & Co.
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county : Dae 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. procreative function, as stated in your work on 20 Bellows; :.;
Madras and Verona head Hkfs Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Fordhim, August 13, IS 17. Child-Birth, would satisfy any well-informed 12 dozen Spades and Shovels
L-idies' Cotton Hoe and '
D To.vnend: D3irSir-I hive a little girl Gents Hf-hose, New Dry Goods. Piles. person that the object of that publication could 10 Collins Axes;

even years of age, who 1m bean several years Super Cotton Satin and Flax, Marseilles Thread&, Worsted Vesting, I AUSTIN & LONG successors to J. Stevenson P ITCIIETT'S celebrated Spanish Specific, for he attained with the most perfect ease, certaintyand 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards; .

afflicted with Fits:; we tried aim 1st everything Plain and fiVd Swiss and checked Muslins are just opening at the old stand corner sale by [Feb 21] II F ABEEL. safety. J. L. SULLIVAN, 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws,

for her, but without success: ; at last,although we Jaconet and Cambric Muslins of Water'and Chestnut streets, an entire new Hydrostatic Ink Fountain* Professor of Chemistry, New University.Copies 1000 Ibs Cast and German Steel, for sale by

could find no recommendation in our circulars for Needles Pins, Tape, &c. &c stock of DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, &c. to FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks, WM. .G. PORTER & CO.
cases like hera we thought, as she was in which invite the A of this work will be DeeI 30 4t Waler streef
very ,Which have been selected with in they attention of the former Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals, sent, in a close en- ,
great care --- -
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delicate health, would give her some of your customers of the old firm, and the velope, at single letter postage to of the ----------------5- -5
\v New York and Boston,from Importersand Agents public. Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by any part Boots and Shoes
Sarsaparilla, and are very glad we did, for it not Nov. 11 United States for
of Manufacturers the lowest market rates and Apalachicola, ISIS. 43-Om( Nov 18 J ALLEN. $1, sent post paid, to and Men's Russet
Brogans
but she has had ;
only restored her strength, no return DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF BOY'S
the and are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable Note HHDS St. Croix Sugar; sewM and pegd Kip Brogans ;
of to our great pleasure sur Paper. 5 Box 2710 New York
Fit terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. 15 do New Orleans City. Gents fine Calf Brogans
and Sugar; ; .
coming rugged and
prise. She hearty, "PERFORATED Embossed Note for Copyright secured. No
feel ateful. Dec. 30, 1917. 41 Water street. JT sale Paper 20 bbl St Croix Bookseller allowed to Wm's peg'dand sew'd Shoes ; Children's do-*
Lot we by sell this work. Publication Office
Web 5 bxs Stewart's Loaf cc 258 Broadway Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes
Yours, respectfully, Dec 9 J ALLEN. ,.New York City. ;
JOHN I3UTLEH, Jr. Letter Paper. 10 bbls ground Super Ladies'coarse arid fine Calf Boots. .

Female. IKctlicfiic. "I f\ REAMS fine Letter Paper, just received Perfumery.A 100 sacks Rio Cofiee; 50 do Java CAUTION A large andtex'tensiveassortment,justreceN

Sitaaparilla is a sovereign and JL\J and for sale by LARGE assortment of.Extracts, Cologne, S 40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco; 8rjPersons who wish the Genuine Work, by and for sale by WM. G PORTER & CO.

Ot.1TcnMnd'd Consumption, Barren- April 13 J ALLEN.. &c. &c. for sale by 50 Mnft'ddo.; Dr. VVeisselhofT with private notes added by his I Dec 30 41 Water street

Prolapsus Uterla,' rFfllling of the Womb; Dee 9 J ALLEN 20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap; own hand, can obtain it only,by sending directly I Henry's Magnesia* _
net,
1 00 Shot ,
50
Cbti ene.i Pie*, Leucorrhoea or Whites, pb- \ ''and Swayiic's Balsam Gold Pens Gold Pens 1000 Ibs bags Lead ; kegs Powder;" to him, as he employs no jleents whatever, and ,Sn.rsaparjllB .
; never sells the
Afenstruation. Incontinence of'Wild Cherry, the latest and most approved style, just 200 kegs White Lead work at wholesale-. thereforeno: ULL'S, ,gand'Bristos and Bailey ed*
OF Extra and Pure. Eqok :
of Orto discharge thereof, and received and for sale by received, and for sale gent, Pedlar, Postmaster or Bookseller f
by just
6.for-rfoluntary JUST ForsalehvVlI.. G. PORTER & CO:: can pnssibly furnish the 'pound fluid extract of Sarsaparilla,
the work.
of genuine Beware
C0r the pystem- no 11 J. C. ALLEN. Nov VS J ALLEN. Dec3<> 41- Water street. therefore, of false copies and imitations, which, ceived Feb,17 and for sale by }IFABEL


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