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X. a y & Co.,
COM91:ISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street, .
Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fat
Q3- Agehts'for Lj[oYDs ; also, Agents" tor the
";Etna Insuraince Co. the Protection Insurance
Co." and-the "Haftord Insurance Co." Hartford
Conn.
Charles Rogers Eugene W. Rogers.
Chas. Rogers & Co.,
, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water treet,
Dec 9 Apalachicola, Fa.


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usltin & L on9g,
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No. 45 Water-street,


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,. Sept. 't, 13 P. palacnicola, i"
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D1IUGS, AMEICINES, PANTSS. OILIS,
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also, .
.q generOl assortmit of' .Of
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cor of Chsaut & Commerce streets,
J Tan 18 Apalachicola, Fla.
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*'. .No. 28Water street,


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Storage,
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Nov 25. D. B. WOOD.


Oil Cloths and Carp-ens.
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6[ pcs su per Ingrain Carpeting; "
2 Stair "
10 Tufted Rugs,
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 4j1 Water street.


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JANUARY 25, 1849.


ITl V aL.Udltg Vr-lo-UUl11ili Il A eULtica. \


AN IRISH HIGHWAYMAN.
BY BENSON E. HILL.
Dr. W-- the Bishop of Cashel, hl-
ving occasion to visit Dublin, accompanied
by his wire and daughter, determined to
perform the journey by easy stages, in his
own carriage, and with his own sleek and
well fed horses, .instead of trusting his bones
to the tender mercies of an Irish post
chaise, and the unbroken garrons used for
drawing these crazy vehicles.
'One part of his route was through a wild
and mountainous district; and the bishop,
being a very humane man, and considerate
of his cattle, made a point of quitting his
carriage at ,.e._fqot of every hill and walking
to the top. On o-ne of these occasions-,he
had loitered to.look at tl04e extensive pros-
peel, indulging-in a reverie upon its sterile
appearance, and the change that agriculmue
might produce, and in so doing suffered his
family frnd servants to be considerably,4n
advance ; perceiving this he hastened to
,make up for lost time, and was stepping out
with his best speed when'a fellow leaped
fr6m behind a heap of loose stones, and ac-
companying the flourish of a huge club
with a demoniac yell, demanded Money !"
with a fer'ciiy of tone and manner perfectly
appalling.
The bishop gave the robber all The silver
lie had loose in his pocket, hoping that it
would satisfy him, but he was mistaken, for
no sooner had the ruffian stowed it away. in
a capacious rent in 'his tattered garment,
than with another whirl of his bludgeon, and
an awful oath, he exclaimed : .
And is it with the likes of this I'm after
letlin2 you off-a few paltry tinpennies !
It's the gould I'll have, or I'll spatter your
brains Arrah, don't stand shiverin,,g anti
shai'king there, like a Quaker in the ague,
but lug out your purse, you devil, immedi-
ately, or I'll bate you as blue as a whet-
sione."
His lordship most reluctantly yielded his
well, filled -purse,. saying in tremulous ac-
cents, "1 My good fellow there it is-don't
ill use me-I've given you all--pray let me
depart."
Fairly and softly, if you plase ; as sure'
as I'm not. a good fellow, I haven't done with
you yet.; I must sarceh 'for your note case,
for I'll engage you have a-fe'wi bits of paper'
payable at )he bank ; so hand it over, or
you'll sup sorrow to-night." ,. ,
It was given up;-a glance at the road
showed that all hope of assistance from his
servants was unavailing, the carriage having
disappeared; but the bishop made an. in-.
siinctive movcmpnmt, as though anxious to
escape from further pillage.
"Wait awhile, or may be I shall get an-
gry with you; hand over your watch and-
sales, and then you may trudge."
Now it happened that the divine had a
lmrticular regard for hiswatch-not so much
from its being of considerable value, but be-
cause it had been presented to him by his,
first patron, and he ventured to ex' ostulaie.
"Surely you have tairen enough; leave:
me my watch, and I'll forgive you all you
have ilone.".
Who ax'd your forgiveness, you old
varmint ? Would you triflle with my good
nature? Don't force me to do anything"
I'd be -sorry for-but withoutany more.
other, just give me the watch, or by all
that's holy," -
And he jerked the bludgeon from his
right hand to. his left,| spat in the horny
palm of the former, and re-grasped the for-
.midable weapon as though seriously bent, on
bringing it into operation. This action was
not unheeded by his victim--he drew forthL
the golden timepiece, and with a heavy sigh
handed it to his spoiler, who, rolling the
chains and seals round it, found some wider
aperture in his apparel into which he cram-
rned it, and giving himself a shake to ascer-
tain that it had found, by its own gravity, a
place of safety, he said : _
"And now be off wid you, and thank the
blissed saints that you. lave me without, a
scratch on your skin, or the 'Value of your
little finger hurt."
It need,.ed no persuasion to, induce the
bishop to t-urn iris back upon tlhe despnfiler
o~f his worldly goods, and having no weight
to carry, he set off at what equestrians term
a "hand canter;" scarcely, however, had
he reached the middle of the precipitous
road, when he perceived his persecutor run-
ning after him. He endeavored to redouble
his speed. Alas! what chance had he in a
race witlh one whose muscles were as strong
annI elastic as high. tempered Steel ? :.
"Stlop, you nimble-booled thief of the
wberld !" roared the robber-" stop, I tell
you I've a parting word wid you !"
., The, exhaus'ed. and defenseless clergy-
man, finding it impossible to continue his
flight, suddeJ~y came to a stand still The
fellow ap'proac'hed, and his face instead of
its former ferocity, was lit up with a whim-
sical roguishness of expression as he said-:
"And is it likely I'd let you off with a
better coat on your. back than my own 1 and
will I be after Iosiug the chance of ,lhat


ilega,,t hat and wig? Off with them ibis
moment, and then you'll be quit o' me."
The footpad quickly divested thie bishop
of his single-breasted' coat-laid violent
hands upon the clerical hat and full Ibottom-
ed wig--put them on 'his own person, and
then insisted on seeing his late apparel used
in their stead; and with a loud laugh.ran
off, as though his last feat was the most
meritorious of his life.
Thankful at having escaped with un'bro-
ken bones, his lordship was not long in
overtaking his carriage ; the servants could
not repress their laughte" at seeing their
master in such strange and motley attire;
but there Was in his face such evidences of
terror and suffering;, that they speedily
checked their risible incelinations, particu-
larly when they learnt by a few briefwords
the danger he had undergone.
My dearo W- ,"' exclaimed Ihis af-
fectionate wife, after listening to the ac-


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count of the lperils to which he.r busbana
had beenexposed, "for Heaven's .sake-ltake
off that filthyjacket and thro* it out ofil44e
window. .You can put my Warm cloak over
your shoulders till we reach tlie next siage.
and then you will be able to purchase some
habit better suited to your station and call-
ing." ; .
".That is more easily said than done, My
love," he replied; "I have lost. a-I. the
money I possessed ; not. a Osigle gni.nea, is
left me, to pay our expenses to-night. `By
watch, too,':ihati I so dearly prized Mise-
Irable man that I am !"
S"Never mind your watch, or xtiyihint
else just now-only palli'off that mag-s pf
lfikh, I implore you ; who know wktjimity-
rid contagion we may all catc|i if'you per-
sist in wearing it." "
Take -it off, dear papa," observed the
daughter, but don't throw it away ; it ma
lead io the detection of the wfel ch who
robbed you ?" .
Tbeobnoxi.o us.ga'nneni W.;is rpmvred ; ihe
younj lady was about tb place it u'ricihe
seat, when she heard a gangling noise-that
attracted her attention, and on examinatioun
found secreted in various partsof ith'.oaoa,
not only the watch, pocket book, puisp,.aod
silver, or which. her father had been depri-
ved, but a yellow canvas "'bag,:.such as jS
used by farmers, containing, about thirt,
g u i n e a s f- ^
The surprise and joy of all parties may hb
imagined ; they reached ihe inn where they
proposed slopping for the night, and si the
portmanteaus had escaped the evils of llhe
road, the bishop was speedily' able to aitine
himself canonically. Befoe tihe party reli-
red to rest, intelligence arrived 11l0,1 "
highwayman hadllieeu taken after a. eAe,
rate resistance-th. notice of lihe police be-!
ing attracted by the singular appearance qof.
a man of hi's station sporting a new -black
,coat, and covering his shaggy, earrovy'loncks
with the well-powdered and orthodox'p)e-4
rnke of the Right Reverend, the Bishop'Iof-
Cashel.. ,* ,


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For 1849.,


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W*i,. SYDNEY GREEN, MI. D
(j- May be found at his residence, corner of
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House.- Nov S.


Married and Unmarried Ladis. ;
The situation of a mnaftied-and ;Ifn. uniia-.,-
ried female, it must be'confessed,.Jis .vfry.
unequal : Ihe former having greatly the a0.:
varutage in the scale of early; i.iappine.s^
and the world ma tes ihe j dtsiluioa ;sjl-,
more unequal than iYae, ipnle.djli, At.
t biirty-five, the married wiqianin is considered
in the noon of life; while the sin gle w poruat
is looked upotn as passe. Again, be wife-
has less necessity ,to depend on. iylcilectuy,
plasures -as resource's against the !aaj 3
ofennaui. She has(Iuiies to performm_ let he,.
station in life be what it may, t1 whieh -iB
single woman cannot turn to vary lie-onno?-;
tony of her existence. .The matron, if-sh-.
be a mother, will find a sufficient stimulust0-.
keep up or revive, in thee Learly instruiietiopi
which it is one of woman's sweetestprivi,-
leges to give her offspring, the knowl-edgV.
and accoatrnplisihmn.nts which she learned, i6
her own youth. What pleaure _Gy, n'b#:,
higher or 'more trnalloyed to liWe bestow~er,--
what sight more enduring to the be.older-.,,
than a matron, o'er whose brow the shaio i'
of time. like that on the dial, has passed, :ye -.
left-much of the sunny light of life, b~bind,
leading her fairdaUghter to emillate tite
graces of whichshe herself jjS. sp /air.!-pa. pa--
tern ? Or to mark a son, in all tlii.e pyide, ,:.
Youthful manhood, paying back 'wijlholovp, ,,
little short of adoration, the cares._of.-i \\ ,;
whose gentle instructions "first luredhbi-m-.-0.-
seek the wider path& of, knowledge_,_afqd,!A
whose knee his infant prayer Has-firsi breaVh-.,
ed ? Other feelings grow cold-othermme;;, .
ories pass away; but thr gentle imnge-of.L
the motheiz who has watched our-chjld;blio~pdt4
- her love, her tenderness- l'ter-oqniea-ijd:-
devotion, will foreveribe mirrored in tch'n-
manheart.-Speclator. ;*

REMARKABLE Pn oNor,--We,find *
the following notice in the Athrensa.Baw"n-e-:' "
A Phenomenon-!-We have receivedd tl OA*.
following communication "from 0"nie.of 'rh'e, "
most respectable and intelligent cifi'zins 6r'
1,his placegto which we invite the pirlie'a' "
tension. Not having observed the Heavqns-*'/
minutely-at the hour mentioned in rll4'Q40-
munication, we are it the first of the strahln ''
appearance mentioned in it" ; ^ .:
,,Mr. Editor Are you or your rea]ers.
aware that: a strange phenomenoh'nisftfbe
seen every night aboul Ipd.lf past 1d-,Oe'lock
in. the South ? It seems aifirst sigl't0" be
simply a star of reddish appearance.-.Btif
look a moment and you will see ,i'b'azing
up and then the light dying ;-way. -ft ii'1"'
constantly moving, sometimes in an uftvacd' *
direction' and som etimes- in 'a ch, te. "hrcl- ;
moes westward, and is. seen -for severt
hours. Is it a planet on fire,or wlinids'iTt.
r t W i* tjr2. -
P. S. 12 o'clock at nighi.-Wei stop th'e. ^
press to state that we have sein ihe p.he-. '
nomenon described by our correspondeuii,"
and as he described it. At the',hiir 0f 1. ,
o'clock, p. m. it may be seen.' "Tis woo'der-" -
ful! -"^ ^s
e t \- "2;. f

The followin; is a deccisiopn:gi en 10 L11nf
New-York United. State'.Dkqti)4ic.-t oxf: .f.
Admiralty, before Judge.Beqts:,:.-- L ~-' .*
Sylvester Baater and others vd:. HodAe,, d
Leland and others.-Act'on to recover. fb'Cf.

40 freig4it and $2U-50 .primnage on "cargo '
flour from-New-Orleans to New York.' De^'n*
fence that flourwas'delihvered in bad order-'"
and damages exceeded amount of'frelighf.-'''
Held that owner of ship is not "r'esponsTl'e*' a
for.damage to1cargo a *cc-uing merely frbm.-' !
sweating of ihe ship. Held that ihey are" '**
not answerable for'damages received by ",
flour in being stowed in hold of a-gedner n
ship, over hogsheads.ofsneur and wilbth `'ri
in bags above, if the sugar was well coo'pe,.
ed and stowed, and the slowage of fOcurwig ,3
secure and proper., Decreefti'bliellanftt *:''
$451 92 and costs....


Wv. f,4 ai ,,
ATTORNEY ANI) COUNSELLOR AT LAWW,
01lIe's his services to the public in either of th'e
above capacities.
He will practice; regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn-and .Jackson Circuit Courts-'arid will, upogn
a sec'il 'rat.iner, act as CounseT, in any- Court
of the Middle or Western Ci'rcuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
seeo the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.
A. G.. Seuirncsq
ATTORNEY'AT LAW.
8 Ojfice, ,No. 2 Capt. Simmnzo's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola', Fla.


List of Letiers .
REMAINING in the Post Office at Apalachi-
cola, on the 1st -day of January, 1849.
Alexander, A D4 Logan, Wrn
Adaffis, WilV "-Lanet, Wmi
Aid'rich, Dr E S Lindgun, CM 2
Allen & Harris, Lee, J A & Co
Bright, Wm McLean, W H
Pitcher, James Meals & Crawford,
Bostwick, Clement Mathews, 0
Berry, Thos Muratto, G
Brooks, MIiss Catharin McMillin, Dan'l
Beardsley, Sam'l H Murry F
Beares, W H Mahony, M
Brownlow, W Makintaws, W
Bowers, L Moreo, A 2
Castlebury, J W Mctllister, Capt
Clark, J NB 2 Meyer. Louis
Cameron, Jas G Merrill, N
Clark', W D 2 Newton, Capt Henry
Corwin, J B Pwchesan, John
Carter, Revd Powell, Tbamas
Centene, Nemecious Preston, Thos 2
Choate, Capt E D Porter, Benj
Davis; Israel Porter, Peter
Delano, Lewis Rovinson, Oeo 2
Dressert, B K Roan, T T 2
Dilworth, York Ruce, J C 2,
Douglass, Hon Thos Randolph, E A
FlemmingW Reed, Sewall
Friel, Win Ruff, A ;
Finks, Simon Rogers, W P 2
Fraser, Jesse Rawley, S H
O'Donel, Patt, Roberts, 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
Hancock, Nath'i Sylvie, Capt Jas
Hamilton, W E Simpson, C S
Johnson, Benj L 2 Taylor, W S ;
James, LUvi Thompson, S A
Jamison, Miss Mahaia White,-Wilson
Kilpatrick, D S Wallace, J B,
Kelley, Capjt F Williams, A A
Kelley, John Wheaton, Chas
Kay,John Yent, Mrs Nancy
W- Persons calling for any of the aboveletters
will please say they are advertised'.
JOS. S. MAY, P. M.


Sliniir.
SCOTCH and Macabov, in bottles and blad-
STiers, just received anl for sale by ,
Fe6 17 H F ABELL.


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


S Dec 5


4


Apal'achicl(,a,.Fa.


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


Underwood & 1aiglh ,
T I 0 S ,
AALrZEr-cs BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST.
.. ,* ^ Apalachlcola, Fl.
r "c- All -Iorders attended to wi'th punctuality
6md despatch., .Jan. 20


t, ancets. i
PRING and Thumb Lancets, just received
i^ and for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.


ATS a.d Caps by the case lowfor cash by
B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 0. Cor. Water and Chestnut st.


lWHOLESAILE ANDJ RETAIL DAEr. 'I, ..
bRY GAODS, CLPTI1Np, BOOTS, SHOES,
S, ;C6r. Water andCeritre-slreets;, ,
r. Dee2-. Apalaehiceola, Fa.
Simi. S CHEEVER
S, Sin in Cheever, .
C'O M M !SON MERCHANTS,
,d Office No. 96 Water street ., -
dec23 Apalachicola, Fla.


.., lJ4ruig'aid lMedicines, ..
FpHE subscriber has just received trom New
JL York,I per ,brig Virginia, a large and.fresh
stock 4F Drgs and Medicines; and all articles
usually kept in his line; to which he would re,
spect'ullycall the .attention of his friends, and
the publicc generally. .
Nov'4 H F ABELL.


Western Produce.
S.T. LOUIS Flour, Ohio do, Lard, Whiskey,
Sugar, choice and prime, Molasses,Pork, mess
and prime, Bacon, Hams, Sides arn Shoulders, for
sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. e Cor. Water-'and Chestnut sts.


B rushes.
H" AIR, Hat, Clothes, Teeth, Nail and Shaving
Brushes, for saleby 4
Feb 24 H F ABELL.


., ,. 3". ri. A ; t H~inn, '
FACtORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 \Vator stree, t ;.
Dec 1"2 N. PALACHI]COLA, FA


,Seeds! Seeds!- Sieeds!
"TARDEN Seeds, just received, and for sale by
_-T Noy 4 H F ABELL.


Congress 'Water.
U ST received fresh, and for sale by
July 8 H F ABELL.
Lost,q
0O N Wednesday last, on Water street, a MA-
SONIC BREAST-PIN, Enameled. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by returning the
same to W. A. WOOD.
Dec. 2, 1848.


..]Ptash.
Q[-]kf" LBS. juit received and for sale by
20.J00U Nov 4 H F ABELL.


&!<>HT,/arrl Vf^rK


i ^_.0 CT bells,
DEA-LERA .IN HARDWARE'S S;HI P
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS'
.. .SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,%.-
1And 3Ianufa'cturers of. Tin, Iron, and' Cop-
,. ;, per, W areas. ,
tan 24 Apalachicola, Fa.


F OR sale by
Feb i71y H F ABELL.
Dysentary Cordial.,
D D. WOODRUFF'S .Dysentary Cordial, just
received' and for sale by
Dec 9 H F ABELL.


Clarified Sugar.
K-f' BBLS Newv York Clarified, just received,
-0 'aridlforsaleby : : :
Jan I I C A GREEN & Co.


^y ^^ -% A.;T


' .[NUMBER 5,11 ,


APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY.,


VANA i ADVERTISER.

"'" PUBMSHED VERY THURSDAIT
*'~~~ w- ^ MAWr. -.

'Office, Third Story Bahzell's Build'ings,corner of
Cooniprce and Chegtnut sgteets,

SuEscXLIP'rtosri.-`-Three D61ldis per, annum,
" if paid in'advqnce, or $1.3 50 if paid, within six
months, or $l 00 if paid thereafter.
No -Aubscription t.iken for a fess-terith thah six
.months--ud :R2 will iLn'..ri'AblV be charged'for
it;til period. No piper will be Jiscontinued until
altl,arrT&agigfsare pai Id, unless at the option, ot the
proprietor ...
A D V E R T iE A PI -" -- O o e s ia re (tW e lve li hest
otw1 e ,ill b3i.ngortied at th'e rate of. One. J1ob
lar lor the first, and Fifty Centtbor every sub'se-
qeent insertion.
To those, who advertise by the. year a'liberal
discount will be m3fde; but all advertisements not
I strictly pertaiini to their own business, as well
aa all l<;3l adver'tiseni'ants sent in by them, will
"be charged at the usual'rates
(>i3- Mll le.il advertisements must'be paid for
in advan, ce.
.'I" ,ive D ,liars will be charged for announc-
iqngcandidate.s for office.
.,0 AI, I1.1,'.'rti.--'i- ? its from a distatfce must
be'aceom:minied with the cash, or city reference,
to inu' re insertion.


j~u$itr:e~s ~i~~c~ects~CI~~






no true measure of what it is worth to him ;
yet how often is his appreciation governed
by no other standard, as if there were a
pleasure in expenditure per se. Let your-
sell feel a want before you provide against
it. You are more assured that it is real
want; and it is worth while to feel the relief
from it. When y'ou are undecided as to
which of two coiirses you would like best,
choose the cheapest. This rule Will not
only save money, but save also a good deal
of trifling indecision. Too much leisure
leads to expense; because, when a man Is
in want of objects, it occurs to him that
they are to be had for money, and le in-
vents e-xpenditures in order to pass the
tinme.-Taylor's Notes from Life.

COMMIT RACIAL ADVERTISER.


For the Commercial Advertiser.
MR. EDITOR :
]n your paper of the 4th of January, I
took occasion to remark upon the laws af-
fecting the colored crews of vessels in the
port of Apalachicola, ,abd upon "certain
movements in the Chamber of Commerce
to] effect their alteration. I spoke of this
movement as an effort to change the Policy-
oT this Stiie 'in ttiis regard, and stated also
my belief that those most interested in the
changeg, are men not identfied with (he in-
iterests and the fortunes of this State.
In answer to this, an article in your paper
of the 11th, w-riften 'with the temper and
good sense unusual in discussions upon lo-
cal 's.bjects of controversy,. charges -me,
however, with 'a riiisstatement of the actido
of th-at Chamber-; tritd as'I am solichtous to
avoid an appearance of captious'o'position
to a measure which hs 'certainly the sup.
port of many of my fellow-citizens, and may
thus seem necessary to the general welfare,
t must trouble you again upon this subject.
Your correspondent alleges ,that "the
Chamber of Commerce comprises among
its members both Northern ahd Southern
men," whosee interests are iifeniified with
those of the State, so far as a residence of
leu or fifteen yeass, and the holding ofpro-
perty, can make them so." I have no ob-
jection to make against these gentlemen for
the reason that their interests and affections
are elsewhere than in the State of Florida,
nor for all the purposes of business or soci-
ety can they be objectionable to any one on
this ,account ; but that 11 those most cla-
mdro'trs ifor 1"he change "solicited" are here
for no other reason than that theri business
is at present profitable-that they will leave
the Slate the moment the present export
finds another outlet, and at any earlier mo-t
ment when their accumulaiions will enable
them to ,live comfortably elsewhere--are
fadcs 'which they do so ceaselessly and un-
conditionally assert, that notwithstanding
the facts above stated, lom bound lo believe
them. Nor are other facts wanting to cor-
roborate these statements': It is 'conceded
lhat-a'road to *ti'e intfeior 'Wvould f'dLice a
wagon -trade which would' much promote
the shop and retail business of ibis city:
A meeting called to consider the feasibility
'of the undertaking, was so attended by the
gentlem:en abo've mentioned as that nothing
Mo'rfe in all p'i'obability 'will e'vr be sairt
about that matter. Public schools afre
usually considered necessary-to Wie wesfa're
and permanent prosperity of all communi-
ties. At a meeting called forthe purpose
-of considerig OTn. means possible and pro-
perTor rhe establishment of an instiintion so
desirable, I had the distinguished honnr of
presiding, but had not the pleasure of see-
ing one member of that Cham'be'r whose ac.
tions we discusss. ThV b''tnrda'ry nf our
county is described by terms whichh leave
its Eastern limits questionable ; so nuch so
as that within the last year a 'Murder, corn-,
lnithed at, he" East Vass shipping, was with
the very uMmost di'ffic'uly, shown io have
been comnmitted within the limits of this
county' .yet when two ye'irs since a de-
claratory act-*ws golicled from the Le-
gisLature, 'many me'-fiters 4o th'att ht6dy
signed a remonstrance petition, with the
purpose and effect of defeating 'the measure,
and all from an ignorance 'of the evil,
and an indifference too great to investi-
gate [the merits of the application' And,
with these assertions, and these and oilher
facts before me, eq'uall, 'evincive of indif-
ferfn'c'e to tihe future welfare 'of the Slate.
though I might ,'ccord to them every v'rtue
under heavenn, anid do Cheerfulny admit tha'i
they are as competent an~d clever as any tmen
I ever met with--and though there are
Southern men amongst them--and though
many of them own slaves--I still am co'n-
strained to assert that their interests and
their affections are elsewhere, for 1 would
not do them the injustice to assert that they
have none at all; ahnd as those'proper to
induce a law upon the community are those
who share its consequences, I must again
assert that these are not the proper ones to
recommend a change of domestic policy to
the Stale of Florida.
But your correspondent asserts that ll no


change of policy was solicited," that it is
the policy of the State to prevent free ne-
groes from having communication with and
thereby corrupting our slaves," and that this
-would be more efficiently carried out 6'y
the meads" proposed than by the present
law." Was no change of policy solicited ?
The policy of a State. is declared by its
laws, beyond whose intention and effects we
may not look for its discovery. The inten-
tion of the law was not so much to protect
ourselves from the presence of free negroes,
as to prevent their coming, and it does so
eminently well effect that purpose, that they
never come, as the colored crews of vessels
even, and gentletpen are constrained; there-
fore, so to modify the law as that the
inconveniences of their coming may be less,
and they thus may be induced to do so.
The policy expressed by that law is that
under no circumstances is it the policy of
the State that that class of men may come
amongst us-that expressed by the present
law, (for I believe the Legislature has acted
in accordance with (he petition of the Cham-
ber,) is that there are conditions- under
which it is the policy of the State that they
may come; and without being an alarmist,
without entering at all into tlpe question.as


to the reaie eficiny Of the, Iar***(
showing even that the origin jaw wag at a#
necessary to -(he preservitiq4 of. ot.lr R4w,
and property am yet jusuiw ien mwrliag
that the measure is sone chasing 1114 policy
of the Slate, and facts to which IJhave allu-
ded and which did occur, are sufficient lo
convince us that if there can be a lime awhb "
laws'foir "the,*protection. of our insttiti'Io
are necessary, the time has come.
These are the consideratioos wlkhicjndq,
'cel me to h feeling "off d ogbifid is0 any
movemerit'under the circum.. lr...s; bull
ain disposed to regard the -law itself imore *
objectionable, perhaps, tban any rihat'coild
have'been proposed. Inthe'*rst'`plaie, the
protection which it gives us'is 'n*1 effilieot.
Negroes are daily employed upon gour
lighters, and if it be true fl"itltry iroti-
course between our slaves and free negroes
is injurious to that species of property,#be
injury is not obviated by the law pr.owfe;
and if free negroes come lrt, a3^9t,)rS-ei4o.-.
Led they shall come, on vessele'touorpdoYt
they come as freemen. Inf their inueroairse
with the officers of the'vessels they arje
treated as such--violativg the penall ldws of
the land, they-are treated as such before e
Courts; and seeing this, that our Aaes
should grow to a sense ofrqual rights-1.-ha4
they should become more restive under ihle
chains of servitude, and thus become- less
valuable to their owners, and more trouble-
some'and dangerous to the community, are
facts wHich must necessarily result. But
great I ft-is 'evil is, it 'is'sti the-gremest
1hat h I apprehe'nd;frdin itatcdrI ... '. be
'chttge:effected-.
(To be, concluded w-nct eek,)
To Mr. H. D. DARDEW,
Chvivmian of the Committee'on Hialth.
lIn'anmliiarlie with your request that I shciuld
furnikh ydo, fr" ihe benefit of this comnmunily,
with ar"- Wdfi'inafidh fI iay possess -in Maion to
the Asiatic Cholera, now ii'6vailing in a defgR
boring city, I respectfully represent-
That I have examined many of the official aW-
counts, which have-beeh published, of the origih
and cbuse rifl'ft .dibsea'se"; ariat'auIing a late &Tt
"to New Orleans, had an opportunity of consudlri*.g
medical men who hail much practice in jts irear-
ment, both during its present and Tormer appear-
ance in that cify; as well as opportunities .ol
personally examining many eases of the disease.
ThPrni5ledge thus obtained aff6rds gkuk'da :fdr
Ihe conclusion, that some views formerly eenlter-
tained, both prlpdlarly and by medicall'kMe,-, ghdt
of'moiifications which have a material _tIfluence
over the means of preventing or curing the dis-
ease. The former I shall endeavor t'o present for
your consideration, "in as coicise a manner as po'h.
sible.
1-st. Cholera i's H&t in :itself-cntagidus.. The
Iniiuen'ie of the evidence obtained front obser'vrs
of every description in Sife~reit counfri's anA
clim ares, and amid .aa 'v'a'ftlics'afpoliti .AariA
social positions of the h-ann race,'sanction this
opinion.
2d. But though- cholera ii -ort w crintagiovi
disease, there are certain conditions of the sOcia
telations whichh may favor the spread of the dig-
'ea6se from person to person, as-when.greal num-
bers of the Sirk are crowded 'togcther._in(nrse
bnvenlilated apir'tmenis--=.onhitions not likely
to occur in y66r-community and in your cliimate,
And it is "ell Mnderstood by medical men tha
bhese con'di, i'ons, and 1he consequdices a'ri.4ij-i
from them, may exist wiffhoi a'f'ectinq t'e ''e'.n-
eral principle of the non-contagious nature '6 "
the diQease.
3d. Froni the negative turn' of the di.:ease, -it
miust be readily inferred that any ,evetive '
measures 'fiunded on .'the theory of 'con't~rgiun'
3ih a. internal quarantine regulations, the i.sola-
tion of (he sick, &e =-e-must be n'uga'tory. Thi
view of their inefmcacy, is so general filat I 5"e'-
liens they hav-e I'een abandoned, In al cnan'ies',
during the present invasion 'of % he ehor'e-a. --
4th. But there is a species "of ex'fernal qnaran$
tins, which, fi'om its imp'ortanl bearing on the ori'-.
trn andl p'rologation of Ihf 'diease; t-equiiresa
very careful con-'Scleraition befot-e i't'should ~e_ de'-'
termined that it is expedlientt toapDent'e wlth, Sr. "
It is well known that'thf "enirie ... lr :l'"
ocean, and the paramount objects fi~r which shil~s.' .
are built, require that their holds, at least, sheulu -
be both water and air tight--consequently t~ey.
are insusceptible of ventilation. It forllo~ws?, "a
another consequence, tbat the air wifh'whicl-r."i .
Vessel may be charged at ,the port whenee~sHS
sailed, must be tansported with her. Pi'e.ai~i)^
thus sealed Up, may beeom e.foul, or if'impure3
may. become mote so, but-"i 'no event" can it be-.
changed from tfoul to pure., If it be taken in. at '


port where an, epidemic disease of atmospheric':
origirr-like thei'eff1'-is prevailing, it may bi
retained during longVoyage, or an indefinite
period, without the least chance" of" beifig-dissit
pated ; and thus a ship, by transporting -fsmiier
inro a city, favorable t6 its action, may form th-Z
salient point to an immediate and destrtMctiv6C epi-
deigic, which might othe'wise b6 postponed oi
prevented. '*"f ; .i.J, -
I deem it, therefore, prudent to suggest that
such a modification of the quarantine laws Ah o'uld
be adopted as would require vessels comirig'firbiri
a port where the cholera is prevailing, t19d4i&0
charge theii cargoes at the anchorage below- thbi.
tow n -, and to besubjected to 's thorough ventilati _n ,._e
before allowing them,to doaie to Ihe wharyesof
the city. it Would' also be advisable to requirv "
passengers to have their clothing washed before .'
being allowed-t6 come to theily.,, -/.:-, '
5th. The causes of the' Asiafic Cholera .anif-
epidemic .diseases in general ar'e p'robably differ ,-'
ent, or -at most modifications of each other; yet it" '
is we! fascertained,. hat, the qir cu mst.apcesawbic H "
favor the spread of I he latter, favor .theinortroauft. l.
-tion and spread of the former ; and-, threfore^-the
proper measures of precaution and preventioi'ar-__
readily indicated. .,' ,'
6th. To makelany measures of precaudlon-ef-'
fective against an impending danger, likhi"aaof -
,cholera, there must be a cordial cp-0p4raU 9 ., F"
f' r -? -', ''* :' '- u '**< -.r* -, ,*"' -
tween the community and the municipal atfhlft.- -
ties;.,' **''


8t_- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMIMERCIAL AbVFR'T.wrisEand wil
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:-
WM. W. CHrEvER,Esq., Albany, Ga.
Major YACK [-IARDNIAN. Eufaula.Ala.
JAS. J. OLVtR, TIallaas6ee,'Fa.

'"-The unity ,;f government, which constitutes
! you one people, is also now dear to you. Il is
justly so ; for it is a main pillar in the edifice of
your real independence ; the suppoil of your tran-
quillity at home, your peace abroad-of yoursafe-
ty-of your-prosperity-of that very liberty which
you so highly prize But as it is easy to foresee
ihat, from different causes and fr-om different quar-
ters, much painsswill be taken, many artifices eni
played, to weaken in your minds the conviction of-
this truth-as this is the point in your political f-'r-
tress against which fhp batteries of internal and
external enemies will be most constantly and. ac-
tively (though (.ften covertly and insidiously) di
rented, it is of infinite moment that you should--
properdy estimate the immense value of' your na-
tional Union to your collective and individual hap-
piness ; that you should cherish a cordial,'habitual
and immovable attachment to it; accustoming
yourselves to think and speak of it as of the Palla-
dium of your political safety and prosperity ;
Watching for its preservation with jealous anxiety;
discountenancing -whatever may suggest even a
suspicion that it can in any evni be abandoned ;
Pand indignamly frowning upon the first dawning of
every attempt to adenate any portion of our coun-
try fromn the rest, or to enfeeble the sacred ties
which now link together the various parts."
When the Wilmot Pro'viso firstt became
a subject of attention to Southern men, all
mia-ties, 1VV, as well ;is Democratic, re-
monstrated against the passage of such a
law. No citizen of the South refused to
yo'in in a respecrful appeallto the justice of
our Norih, 'n hreihren-nor did any one
hesitate to declare that its passage would be
viewed by the South as an infringement of
the Federal compact--a'n'd even if in keep-
ing Wilh t'he strict letter of the Constitution,
yet manifestly oppressive and utnjtist to the
slave States.
So long as any pinn of opps'ifion to that
or any kindred measure, purposed to be
enacted by Congress, was in keeping with
our duty as citizen's of the United States, Ie-
ftiting our dignity and character as citizens
of a Republic, and respectful to our.fellow-
citizens of other Stares, the Whig press of
*the Soulh" was ever found ready to yield its
hearty co-operfition to 'its perfection But
when the cry of DIsuNION was raised by a
portion of the Democratic press-when the
effort was made to hound on'tITS more pru-
dent of those conducting 'public 'journals in
the *South, to blind andt reckless support of
ultra mea-sires, in anticipaiitin of acts which
were not .likely to be perpetrated-they,
with a due, regard to their duty to their
country, refused to engage, in what they
rightly deen'ed,rash, and ill-advised projects.
'Certain Democeratim papers in Georgia
seen goaded lto madness by suwch refusal,
ait )eap charges of' indiffe,ence a'r.d want
of fealty on that portion of the Whig press
who have remembered, to observe, that ad-
vice of Washington which we have placed
a't the head of* this article. One of ihe pa-
pers alluded 'lo '(the Georgia Consrit-uion-
alist,) charges the Editor of the Chronicle
and Sentinel with hostility to the institution
of slavery, and by way of giving weight and
strength to the ill-founded accusation, and
-o increase the unjust prejudice sought to
be induced against the object of their attack,
they ungenerously lug into the argument
the fact of his Northern birth and recent
migration to tile South.
The Savannah Georgian gave a place in
its columns, approving rather than condemn-
ing, the base and slanderous letter address-
ed to the Union by a Northern Democratic
member of Congress-a portion of which
we published in our last number, with our
comments. The same paper alleges that
the Whigs of the South, with Gen. Taylor
at their head, are prepared to barter away
Southern rights for Northern votes, to aid
in the mai~ntainanee of the ascendency of the
Whi'g parly. In a slae number of the Geor-
gian,,(hitre s an editorial, speculating on
the probable course which General Taylor
will pursue, in which the writer insinuates
doubts of his fidelity to the South, and
seems to think that should te vindicate her
rights by any action of his, he must inert.
,ably lose the support of Northern Whigs-
in which case, the Editorintimates he must
look to the Democratic party for support.
Admit it.-We ask the Georgian and its
compeers, on what terms are they prepared
to grant him their aid ? Do ,hey 'expect
him to walk Over to them," as the Northern


Democratic-member of Congress suggested,
in his' letter to the Union ? Or, are they
willing, for'the sake of securing the defeat
of the Wilet, Proviso by General Taylor's
veto, to yield their opposition in such mat-
.ters of policy about which they may differ
in opinion with him and the party which
elected him--the Taylor Whig party?-
Will they do this-or, do they prize the
Sub Treasury, and the Tariff of 1846, more


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APALACHICOIL, !h'URSbAY, JAN. 25, 1849.


suranee of their liberty, and of all the bles-
sings that good government can bestow.
These relations have been alluded to in
no partizan spirit, but in the hope that we at
last see the dawn of an era ardently desired
by every lover of his country-when "ihe
discordant elements that ha-ve so long dis.,
turbed the public repose, will give place to
more fraternal feelings, and the pure patrio-
tism *of the Revolution prevail in every
American heart.
From the New York Tribune,
A Sketch of Louis Napoleon.
The news of the election of Louis Na.po-
leon to the Presidency of the French Re-
public will naturally excite some curiosity
in regard to his history and public character.
Hitherino he has only been known through
the foolish affairs at Strasburg and Boulog-
ne, his published works, notwithstanding
the merits claimed for them by his adherents,
having failed to enlarge his rellutation. His
life hais, nevertheless, been somewhat event-
ful, and he does not lack the advantages of
varied fortune and severe experience. Whe-
ther.he has profited by them, remains to be
seen. From such hast-y materials as we
could procure, we have arranged for the
Tribune ihe foll-owing brief notice of his
history :
Charles Louis Napoleon, son 'of Louis,
EX Ki,,g of Holland, was born in Paris'on
the-26 h of April,-1808. H1is god-parents
were tlhe -Flpernr and Maria Louisa, and
during his chiithood he was an especial
favorite of the former. On the.return of
N:Yi[;leon from Elba, lie stood beside him on
the Chamip de Mars, and when embraced by
r4iin for the last time, at Malmaison, the
young Louis, then a boy of seven years,'
wished to follow him at all hazards. When
the family was banished from France, his
mother removed to Augsburg, where lie re-
ceived a good German education. He was
afterwards taken t6 Switzerland, where he
obtained (he right of citizenship and coio-
'sanced a course of' military studies. After
the July Revolorion., by which he was a se
cond lime proscribed from France, lie visited
jtaly in company with- his brother, and in
1831 took part in a popular insurrection
against the Pope. This movement failedl,
. but he succeeded in making his escape, and,
his brother dying at Forli the same year, 41e
visited England and afterwards returned to
Switzerland, where, for two or three years
he contented himself with writing political
and military works, which did not appear to
have beeu extensively read. The death of
the Duke of Reichstadh in -1832, gave a new
impulse to- his ambitious hopes. His first
revolutionary attempt, at Strasburg, in Oc-
tobet, 1836, completely failed, but after a
shon imprisonment in Paris, lie waswsent to
this country. The illness of his mother
occasioned his return lthe following year,
and after a visit to Switzerland he took up
his residence in England nntil his second
attempt at Boulogne, in q840.
In this affair se-veral of his followers were
killed and he was himself taken and senten-
,ced to*inmprisonm!ent for life in tlhe Castle of
Ham. The particuhlrs of -his escape in
May, .1846, "after an incarceration of six
years. are well known. From 'that time
ui-ti1 1he .end of September last, when he.
was returned as a Deputy to the National
Assembly from the Department of the Seine,
lie has resided in England. A late London
jou-rnal, in describing his mode of life, gives
ihe-futllow-ing notwvery flattering account':
He was'unscroputlous in contracting ob-
ligations which were wholly beyond his
means of repayment ; and his most serious
pursuit was the study of alchemy, by which
he expected to arrive at the discovery of
the philosopher's sttune. So vigorously
did lie prosecute Ith'is exploded science, at a
house which he'had -fitted up as a laboratory
at Camberwell, and so firm was his faith in
ihe charlalan etempiri'c whom he employed'to
aid him in transmuting baser meonis ilnro
gold, that he is said to have actually appro-
priated his revenues in anticipation, an'd to
have devoted the first milliard of his gains
to the payment of the national debt of
France., in order to acquire thus an imperial
throne by purchase "
The .largo majority by which he was elec-
ted a Representative astonished eve'y one,
and gave his followers the first encourage-
men to bring fourth Ilis name a's a Candid~ate
for the Presidency. To defeat the acknow-
ledged Republican parly, he received also
the support of the Legitinists and the Or-
leanists, and Ihose combined influences have
elected hirm by. an immense majority. The
rest must be left .to Time atnd tale.
AMERICA AS IT IS AND WILL BSE.-A fe-
cent number of the Journal des Debars, at
the close of a long article on the iate Presi-
dential election in this country, gives the
views of the writer in the following compli-
mentary manner :
'" For the rest, never did a President come
i^.to power uuder happier auspices. North
America enjoys a' degree of prosperity high-
er Ihan she has possessed since the year


1836, which was followed. by a disastrous
reaction. Capital is abundant in the United
States. Europe, alt*rmeed by revolutions, is
sending there a part of her own. Agricul-
ture is extending and becoming more.per-
feet. Manufactures of all kinds are advan-
cing with giant steps. The probability of
the hitch prices of food in England during
the winter, de-termines the embarkation of a
great deal of grain and flour at adentageous
prices. Railroad enterprises are muhiply-
ing, .and a.railroad is beginning to be seri-
ously talked of sixteen hundred miles in
length, which will unite the valley of the
Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean, and which,
with the communications already existing,
will permit one to traverse from one part of
the American continent to the other, at its
greatest breadth. Happy country-flour-
ishing Republic! Here are the fruits which
are gathered when the laws are respected
and public morals have sufficient authority
to restrain, within legal limits, the turbulent
and factious minority and the violent chiefs
which exist in every country."
MAXIMS ON MONEY.-The art of living
easily as to money, is to pitch your scale of
living oue degree below your, means. Com-
-fort and enjoyment are more dependent on
easiness in the detail of expenditure than
upon-one degree's difference in the scale.
Guard against false associations (f pleasure
with expenditure-4he notion that because
pleasure can be purchased with money,
therefore money cannot be spent without
enjoyment. What a thing costs a rnan is


The Union.
While the fanatics of the North and the
_'equally dangerous ultraists of the South ate
exerting all their power to bring the two
sections of the 'Union in collision, it is re-
freshing to read such sentiments as the fol-
]owing from the recent message of Gover-
nor Cri iendpn. a patriot 'of tl-e 4Republic.
We commend them to the reader, and hope
Kthey will sink deep into the heart and bring
forth yife fruits of patriotism, moderation
and union. The conf,;deracy must be pre-
.-severd'and wiHbe ii despite of the Aboli-
"iionist ofnthe North and the Democrats of
the South.
governor Crittenden says:
If we wouil, act in the right spirit, and
Ui0eT'the 'influence of proper seinmeits,
`wwe must habitually contemplate ourselves
and our State as members of the great Na-
"ioinal-Union. Ii is in and by the Union
that we are known among the nations of'ihe
Earth. It is in that Union that we-are res-
pected in Ahe worl 1. An:d, under the, joint
protection Of tlie government of the Union
mil tihe "giiveruiineei of tihe States-, we have
the arnptest .securities that patriotism and
"4is',orircrf furnish, for freedom and pros-
p1Irily. Tihe'VUoion of the Stites is not only
''in1'lispensihle lo otir gre:itness, but il is p
:guar.fneci.'for .our Republican forms, of gov-
"0ern'ftei it. With ihe pireservation ofilils Un-
iton and Ihe constii urion by which it. is estab-
Jished and laws by which it is maintained,
our dearest intereipls are indissolul)!y blend-
ed. Au experience of neae sixmy ye.rs,
while it has confirmed 1ie most s-r iiuine
hopes of our patriotic i',ithers who framed it,
has caught us its iiesiinsable value. Its
value will be above all price to us su-long as
lWe are. fit for liberty, ;mnil it will fail only
when we become unworthy of it. No form
of government can. see'trre liberty tooo- a de-
generate people. Kentucky, situated Ti- the
heart Of the Union, must, and will exercise
a powerful influence ou its destiny. Devo-
tion to lhe Undtio is the crominon sentiment
of itre people. I do not know a man within
qhbe linits of tho Slate who does not enter-
tain Rt. We-alkfeel th.t we (an s:,fely rely up-
lon a Union which ,has sisniined'us so trium-
phantly in the trials of peace and war; aud
we entertain no fears from hosee who have a
common interest in it with oorsel-ves. ,The,
fratternal feeling with whrioli we-i'e-H;t-d them,
and the filial remeireewe nursetyes have for
the link -that binds us 'together, give us
streingih' in tieffa.ith Ihat they cherish the
same btmdsof brotherhood Iand will practice
no inlentional:inijusiire towards us. We can
htove rio 'bette" security for mur rights than
that Union and the kindred feelings that
unite us with ali the members of the Con-
fed6e-aey. If these senuinents ever cease to
irievail, I trust il,;nt Kentucky will be the
qlast spot )iO1 which they wil! be banished.
Errors, and even abises may occasionally
arise in lrie administration of the general
.4overnment-sb tlhi*l may in the administra-
1e6on Aof all governinents-atid we rnust rely
Upo!n public~opinion, i-hel basis of all Repub-
lican governinents, "for tlvir correction.-
The.dissolution of the Union (pan rwver be
*regarded-bl.it never be regarded-as ;a
*'ndbut ;as theconsimificitton #-Ihe~grcedt-
et.1 evif -1hat can btfa.ll us. -kfentucky de-
lotedf iv the (Jnio,, ,Wi' 'llolk.o it willh filial
Von fidetrcee andi'to the itmot of hier might,
MIll taihitin and'defend it. We'let no tioe-
dftfi'04 (rhcalculhirious o6 i.;y sedcion;'l or
other "otftetycrfey'ybeg-i.i'te us to the point of
V .eakening o'ur attac'hme'ft to ihe Onioni.-
SOur' relations and -oulnt a'tlae'hfnent :are w'ih'l
and to-all the Sl06es, a'nd we are unwMi'lling
to impair then by any cntaingling engage-
Renit with a part. We are prouder of our
'rim k as a mesliber of lhie-United States than
we could- be of any sectionwi! or geographi-
cal poshion ltt may be assigned us. We
date our prosperity as a nation from 1he adop-
tin, of the Federal Constitution. From
the government that it established we have
,derived unnumbered blessinzsm and whatever
tof evil has occurred in its administration
bearss no proportion t its benefits.
In proof of the foregoing sentiments we
may appeal to our past history, We have
seen lIhal measures of national po'liey, which
"e consider of vitali impo0tiance to our wel-
fare, perish in the conlflicts of parties, and
,orher systems, deemed by os ini:nicail to our
Best interest, prevail. Yet we didl not falter
in our allegiance to our cornmon govern-
men,, but waited, with pa't'ien'ce fo~r Ihe de-
,velopment of tlhe eonclnsgio'n to which a
majority of the~wipls nation would u'ltiiiat-
ly arrive, after ai calm survey and experience
of, what would bes 'lp'o'm'iote tlhe public goodl.
The administration th;i' is now drawing to
its close, was noi called into existence .by
the vote or_ the wish of a mnijonqty o'f the
people of Kentucky. Many of its most im-
portantmeasures have not .beetn such as we
desired ;to see enacted. Ye!t il has inet with
nO other opposition lhian a nruanly expression
of an honest difference of opinion. And
when war was declared with Miexieo, not-
withstanding the opinion thi;,t prevailed, that
it might have been avoided by wise states-


iaanship, still Ke'ntucky responded to the
call of the President, not halting to debate
-the necessity of the war, but finding in the
fact that it was declared^ by the constituted
authorities of the nation--a sufficient claim
,upon her patriotism. She has come out of
'that with an increase of glory, being behind
none in advancing flag.; and to our brave volunteers Who gain-
ed for us that proud eminence, the thanks
of the Stale are due. If such has'been her
action through the past year, may we not
safely -promise that the administration of
*Gen. Taylor will receive a cordi il support
from the S~ate of Kentucky? The veteran
Spatriot who has been just chosen to admin-
ister the government of the United Srates
was brought- to Kentucky an infant in his
mother'A arms. He was here reared to that
vigorous manhood and with those sterling
virtues that have sustained him through a
long period in his country's service. There
is, therefore, a natural reason for our con-
fidence and attachment. But he comes into
1i's high office with the avowed purpose of
-endeavoring to carry out the principles and
policy of Washington and this should com-
,mend him to the.affections of the American
peopte. Itwikll be his aim to soften, if he
cannot extinguish, the asperities of party,
strife-to give to the government its consti-'
tutional divisions Of powers as they were
designed to be exercised by its framers, and
to make the Congress of the United States
4the true exponent of the will of their con-
-I titu e n ts "
Undet such an administration, guided by
i*uch principles and motives, the people of
the United States seem toahave the beat as-


highly than they do Southern institutions?
But we recur to the ideas, which have
been suggested by reading the articles before
alluded to. It.seems to us that if Southern
Editors really believed that Sodthern rights
were'in 'denger, apparently tlihe'most judi-
cious course would have been to have passed
by any opportunity of dealing blows at Their
Whig brethren, had any such really been
presented, and to have sought to secure
concert of action al thoime, the better to
"repel the perils threatenfing our institutions
from abroad.
To declare wiih otie breath that the in-
'stitutions of the:South are 'tlire'tened with
destruclti6n, thereby exciting 'alarm in the
public mind, and at the same moment /to
still farther create confusion by charging
treason upon a large, perhaps the largest,
portioh,'bf tlie leading men*of the South,
could scarcely be considered good policy,
even if the'eharge was well founded. The
fact that so great a danger impended over
us, would seets to require (hat our minds
should be free-from any corroding.care,. and
ready to grapple with the momentous mat-
ters presented for our consideration. In
such a time, to learn that our tried and
trusted servants were hatching treason
against our interests-were bargaining with
the enemy--could but render the danger
more appalling, If true, we of [he South
are surely in a dreadful position. But if
false, what punishment does he merit who
seeks to destroy the confidence of tfhe peo-
ple in their leaders, w-ien they so much
need their aid ?
It seems clear to us, I'hat the good of i'he
South has weighed less in inclining the
Democratic Editors alluded to, to the course
pursued, than a desire to profit by the'
emergency, and raise from the dust the
prostrate form of Loco-focoism. Could
they fan the flanies of discontent and dis-
trust-could they' poison'the minds of the
people by their base charges of incivism-
already made against Gen. Taylor and his
Southern supporters, in the late election,
and then and there nailed to the counter, as
a base coinage of the Loco-foco mint-,hey
might -destroy that party and its leader,
whom the people'have invested with power,
arrd on whose patriotism they confidently
rely ;-and in the excitement following
their overthrow, attain power, as their ex-
emplars, thv Juobinas, did during ,The Reign
04 Terror, and is their Iriends, the Red
Republicans, essayed biit failed to do lately.
The sun of locofocoism has set. It has
gone down, leaving nd hope of anot.lifer.
rising in its formiet majesty and powier-a
President of Hie People is going idro office
under such auspices as seems to promise a
long continued and prosperous career, and
in a fit of desperatiop the Southern loco.
focos are -ready re )peril the existence of the
Union, braving civil warr, and its a'tendant,
evils, in the hope of recovering the ascen-
dency of which they have so justly been
deprive. Afinc illea lachrymie He'vice.
the cry of the South in da'nger.I! and hence
the baseless accusations made against Gen.
Taylor and against the prominent Whigs,
and leading Whig Editors'of want of fealty!
to the South. Hence, aYe We presented
with the revolting spectacl'e of a Northern
man badgereti and taunted with his North-
ern birth, here 'n a land, claimed by her sons
to deserve the title of the land of chi
val'rt."
Let those who find, o'r think they find, il
to be'their interest lo nu-ge the Southern
people prematurely to assume a threatening
position towards their Northern brethren,
djo so--it is not for the Whig press, or
Whig Representatives in Congress, to be
goaded into adopting the suggestions of
South Carolina politicians, nor those of
their imitators elsewhere. "Sufficient unto
the day will be the evil thereof," when we
vof th'e South are forced to make use of any
such dlirefiul remedy, a^s that which Bo rea-
dily presents itself to the politicians of the
Sonth Carolina school. May we never rea-
lize their dreadful forebodings At leasl,
it is to be hoped that the intelligent and
patriotic Whigs of the South, will have ex-
hausted every other method of securing


their just demands, ere they admit to them-
selves that the time has come when they
are compelled to choose between Disunion
and Dishonor. We rely too confidently on
the justice and patriotism of the American
people, to believe that we shall ever urge
our just rights without meeting with that
respect for and observance of them which
they merit. Let us, then, treat the alarums
of Busy demagogues with contempt, and
ever remember the admonition of our glo'-
rious Washington.

A Bill
To be entitled an act, explanatory of the
several acts in relation to the migration of
free persons of color into this State.
SEC. I. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State of
Florida in General Assembly convened,
That from and alter the passage of this act,
all vessels aniving in the port or bay of Ap-
alachicola with free negro crews, the same
may remain on board of such vessel with-
out being arrested and confined in the jail :
provided, that no master, captain, or other
person, having charge of such vessel, shall-
allow such vessel to anchor nearer than
five miles to the city of Apalachicola, or
allow such negro crews (o have communi-
cation with any other vessel, or shall land
upon the shores of'said bay or port, unless
by shipwreck or other providential cause. ,
Passed Jan. 13, 18490





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MARINE INTELLIGENCE,
PORT OF APALACHICOLA .......... Jan. 25.


Citron Currants, lpaisins, ]LIem-
SOilts, Ac. : :
UST received in fine order, r-nd for sale .by
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Smoked Tonguesi
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Lard.
0 n% KEG ne\ leatf, or sale by
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Wooden Ware.


Yellow Potatoes.>
-10 BBLS. in fine order, for sale by
100 Jan 11 C A GREEN j i& '
kProvisions.
BEEF and Pork for sale by ^
Nov 25 D B. WOOD'-
For Sale.
1/' f COILS Rope; 1000 Ibs Twine, by .
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Georgia OsnabuiTs.:
FOR sale by HENRY YOUNG,
Der-28 53 Water street.-
Coffee. .
2o "qACKS RIO, landing and for sale by
20J\}Nov'18. DRB WOOD'
Clothing.
OR sale on consignment, a large'invoice of
city made clothing, by the package, by
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Cheese.
301 BXS. Western and Northern, in fine order,
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/tCiek1 on hInd .:-pIt. 1, 1848.... -50t 578
-H Ceived past 3 days .......... 7589 i
'" |reviously ..... ....57200 -VO .1
:Total .......- 60296 17565
xpo iied past 3 days........ : .3 .. ....
previously....... %.2(r,0l% -
Totl...'.':..----- 2S90 9351-
'6rn hand and on shipboard ntc~lpared 41396 8214
9%ports of Cbttbh fiu6ihi Xpalacei6-a, -
+Cimirnencmgi-Set 1,1848, aud same time in 1847,
| Past |Previ- roTA r .,,1 L
WIITHER EXPORTED? 13days only v "l.easP n
Ii tv, ool ......... .. it 1543 ..2.56 .4.9 2 .'.2356
U ayre ..... .. ......... ....... 993 .. ......
.N aniz ............... ...... ...... ... .. ......
T rie1e ...... ............ .. ... .. .... ...849
'G-enoa .-.... -.. 1310 ..1310 ......
Other ports ....... .... ._............ ...... **..*
' otal to For. Ports. ..1-53, .-5^-9 .-.'6702 ..3205
.New York............ _.-.' I ..8- .8- .3 -39:
Bostorn............ ..* 1885 ..6012 ..7897 .21:38
'Providence.. ...... ...... ..4591 ..4591 .1.74
Philadelphia ....... ... ... .... ................
Bali in ore...... ...0. 40 ...400 ......
,New Orleans......... '..%'...1183 ..1183 ..195
Other ports ........... ...'. .. ...... ... ....
TFotal Coastwise..-. i.- 0'-.15048 .171-8 61461
TOTAL-RAL '7~.: ) 9351-1


I"AApples.
A FEW bbls. I- Newtown Pitppins, new q rop,
for sale by C A GREEN & Co.
Jan 1I
An Ordinance.
To irmfnd 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 annual salary 'of
the City Marshal be increased to the sum of three
hundred dollars, and that so much,of the first sec-
tion of the Ordinance, to which this is an amend-
sent, 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 offer for
sale on liberal terms-
SUGAR-10 hhds and 50 bbls N. Orleans;
10 boxes Woolseys & Stuart's loaf; ,
FLOUR-160 bbls superfine St Louis and Ohi6;
COFFEE-50 sacks Rio and, Maracaibo;
MOLASSES-10 bbls new crop ;:
WHISKEY-50 bbls and halt bbls;
LARD-5 bbls and 10 kegs;
SOAP-80 boxes pale, yellow and white;
STARCH-10 boxes Colgate's;
PORK-20 bbls mess and prime;
BEEF-20 bbls prime;
TOBACC0O-250 bxs and Hf bxs favorite brands;
BACON-'--5 casks sides and hams-
MACCARONI-5 boxes'Italian;
VERMICELLI-5 do do;
CRANBERRIES-20 quarter bbls;
DOMESTICS-25 bales sheetings and shirtings;
OSNABURGS-10 bales Lowell and Georgia;
GLASS-20 bxs assorted sizes;
RAISINS-100 whole, hf and qr boxes;
BUCKWHEAT-20 kegs new;
ALMONDS-200 pounds;
BUTTER-25 kegs Goshen and Western;
CHEESE-20 bxs English dairy ;-
BRANDY--3 hf pipes Otai, Depuy & Martel;
LEMONS-5 boxes Sicily;
WINES-20 doz-superior Maderia and Sherry;
ALE-dozen pale;
Pickles, Sauces, Olives,- Brandy Che.nes and
Candy, a full assortment. ,
C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 2 52 Water street.
Advances.
tHE subscribers willsmake liberal cash ad-
T vances on consignments of Cotton to their
friends in Liverpool or New York.. A
Dec 28 JDAY & Co.
'Advances.
THE undersigned will make liberal advances.
T on Cotton consigned to his friends in Liver.
pool, Glasgow, Havre, Boston or New'York.
Nov 18 D B WOOD.
Notice.
THE Oopartne's(bip heretofore existing under
Tthe firm of J, D. ATKINS & Co, isthisday
dissolved by ,mutual consent. All persons in--
debted to the late firm will please iake 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, 1848.


Noie 1-....
PDERFORATED and Embossed NotePape-r-for
sale by '
Dec 9 J C ALLEN & Co' "


Perfumery. ,
A LARGE assortment of Extracts, Cologne,
&c. &c. for sale by
Dee 9 J C ALLEN & Co


Gold Pens! Gold Pens! ..-
O the latest and most approved st)lejust
received, and for sale by ,, ,\:
,-Nov 18 J- C ALLENk & Co. "
Soaps. ;
A LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps, just
*'cceied, and 14 r sale b'y
D o H F ABELL.:--
P a--. ,. *<
SWAIM & HOUCK'S Panacea, just received
and for sale by t
Feb 17 H F A BELL. *


Uottou T~rade8.
COMPARATIVE VIEW OF THE FOREIGN EXPORT.,
FE.CrIrsP, AN.O SrTOCKS o01 COTTON OF THE I.
S AT, TITE LATEST DATES', FOR THE LAST FOUR
SYF.ARS I
ItEAs. 184d-,4 --P547-81 1841-1-7 1,-45 6
To (,reat Britain M2517 .A185875 .18 530 .307674
Ftanee. .... 75-80 .11996, .. 86005 .. 896.97
Other F "'rti i .86878 .9046.5..4821) ..33221
; Total Bales .. .554765 996308 .3274-6 .434592
hecelpts'.... .... 1107140 .691560 768895 .6.99Q29
'Stocks........... 495118 .344011 .40917*. 3-159&4
COMPARATIVEE R.ECEIPrrS, EXPORTS, AN"D STOCKS OF
COTTON AT THE PORT OF APALACHICOLA, FROM
THE U.iRSvr OF SEPTEMBER TO DATE, Mt'rTE FOL-
LOWrING YEARS: .


I Lemon Syrnp. ,. .
'B RAY'S superior Lemon syrupjust received
)-,d-tor sale by "
Fpb-17 -H F ABELL.-


Storage- :
NN rire Proof Store No. 24 WarO .treet+,hby .
V-v9f, b B WOOD '


S, s r ** -! I_
-Pssengers4
Per siea-'r Boston--Wat 'uN't, I FFaber.
Ek~er steam~er rAsnTon-S L Sdolhomo,.F Potter,
E T-B SO I.,, "
,Per gleamer H S itritth--Messrs Daniel" Taylor,
ben~zett,- ..'A
.,,Perw'eimer ,anc-y-A Kain, T Stanfield, J E
ILaw. Biasvd.-n
Pe" searier M A Moore-nMrs Merrjl$!, children*
nd serv'ts, Mrs ^ ,pft'dren and sevrants, Mrs
*oyce,' M.W. VlctorUa-.Hunter,. Miss T Hunter,
\ 'Judge Taylor, Messrs Pugh, McKenzie.
Per steajer:Viola--Mrs RRogers and daughter.
Per steamer.Alboar--J J Coachman and' lady,
ries Coachman', ;iMri~n;J, JRobinson, E M Skip-
Ver anl son, Col R'Myeri, W Dilworth, P Hobart,
U Porter, Mr Beal. .
Per steamer Lootri-aMrs ,Wlliams and 2 clifl-
9dren, W PjiD~in, ,Wn Barnar:d. ..... ,
PersteatierEifaula'Z-.MrsHawkilns,' I&sSmthih
miss Smith-' C Haiwiifis; J G Williafiis.
-- ,. xl rtti
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Persian-1543. Bailes
*co tto n,, i' ..
BOSTON-Per tAip Jehiny Lind--1885 bales
cotton. "

Iia-r-rant~s Compound'Extract 'of
..+ Cubebs and Copailva,
_UST received and for sale by v,
J Jan59 J. C. ALLEN & Co.
Paintsii, Oils; c
LAMP and Linseed Oilsp,Varnishes, Brushes,
Turpentine, Lamp Blaik, Red and Yellow
Vchrei^ound in oil, Prussian Blue, ParisGreen,
Virdigr islt-re-eivnd per-sehr PalLadibm, and
Jan95" '?- Jr ALLEN -e. Co;


W. A. & P. C. I4ain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola.
'q"c- Liberal advances made on consignments
of Cotton to their friends in Liverpool, Glasgow,
New York and Philadelphia,
Jan. 11, 1849.
S. I. Nickerson,
DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS,'&C.,
No. 1 Columbus Block,
Dc 2.3 Apalachicola, Fa.
J.1I. H11111 &,Co.,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,


Saddlerwy, ,&c., +"
SADDLES' of various pattesna and qualities-
. Bridles, curb and Snaffle bits,
Saddle Bags, .
Martingales and *.hips, for sale by. .
WM. G. PORTER & Co. '
Dec 30 41 .Water stireet *


Hemp and C6tton Duck.
A FINE assortment just received from New
York, for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


. Oil Cloths and Carlpels.
15 PCS Oil Cloth, I and2 yard;s;wi~de. .; .
3 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; ..
2 Stair '
10 Tufted Rugs, +' .
For sale by" WIN. G. PORTER & CO. ,
Dee 30 41 Water street.
S'. ; jLXancets. +- "".
SPRING and.Thumb Lancets, just received.
. and for saie by "
Feb -24 H F ABEt'I.
ATS and Caps by the case lowfor cash Vfb "-
H B. ELLISON & CO.' r .-
Dec 9.. Cor. Water and Chestnut-st,.-, ?


H. R. Taylor,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No..-2 VWater street,
Dec 28. 48-6m* Apalachicola, Fa.

s ,. Henry Youngs,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
No. 53 Water street,
Dec 28 Apalachicola, Fa.


Rio coffee.
,f' SACLS prime green, new crop, just re-
5 } received and for sale by .
Jan It I C A GREEN & Co.


Druisiand ledicinell Jf ;".
HE subscriber has just received Irom New ,
York, per brig Tirginia, a large ahd freah i
stock of Drugs and Medicine?,'and all article :
usually kept in his line, lo which he would re.-e,'
spectfully call the attention of his Iriends, ani
the p public generally. .. ... + 9' '
Nov 4 H F A'BELIU." '
Seeds: Seeds! Seeds, .' ,
GGARDEN Seeds, just received;.avd fqr gale by
Nov 4 1! F ABELL.

2000 N '4+ #+ +fF A
2i)JJNbv ya H F ABELWf


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APALACHICOLA EXCHANGE.
a THIS house has been thoroughly
|Iefitted for the season, and the sub-
lscriber takes pleasure in informing
the public that he is now in readi-
ness for the reception of permanent
and transient boarders, at the usual rates. His
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Cigars. A continuation of the liberal custom
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Receipts from the Interior.
Per steamer Boston-300 bales cotton to N J
Deblois; 52 to T L Mitchel; 152 to A N McKay
M? Co; 145 to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Fashion-222 bales cotton to HIil.
Dawson & Co; 215 to Sims & Cheever; 106 to W
G Porter-& Co; 70 to Nourse, Stone & Co; 65 to
Harper &- Holmes; 32 to Lockhart & Young; 8,5
18 to Wylie& _McKenzie. I,
Per steamer H S Smith-317 to W A & P G
Kain; 182 to A N McKay,& Co; 235 to Harper &t
Sllohines; 101 to B Ellison .& Co; 87 to Sims&
;Cheever; 26 to, Nourse, Stone & Co.
Per steamer Qiincy-:235 toLbckhart & Youug;.
45 to J Day & Co; 11 to B S Hadwley;'24 to"D G'
Raney; 10 to A N McKay & Co; 7 to Sims &
Cheerer; 27 to W G Porter & Co; 4 to Wylie ,&
McKenzie.
Per steamer Peytona-778 bales cotton to, Lock-
ha'rt & Young; 4 to Harper & I-olies; 135 to A
N McKay & Co;'67 to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per steamer M A Moore-370 to A N McKay &
Co: 362 to Wylie & Mc'Kenzie; 200 to W A P
U;Kain;. 57 to Lockhart Ac Young..
,. Per.ste'amPViola-362 bales.cotton'to'Harper
,&'Holmes; 235 to N J Deblois; 129 to A N McKay
5f ,Co; 110 to T L Mitchel; 49 to J C Macoly; 40
'tb.W & PC Kain...
Per steamer Albany--50 bales .cotton to Wm G
Porter & .C6; 16 to, 13S 'Ha-awley; 45 to J Day &
,C), i.5oto Lockhart & Young ;'11 to-A N McKay
&C Co; .71 ,to D G Rrney; 2 Wylie & McKenzie.
Per.steamer'Lotus-150 bales cotton'tb N J De-
blois; ?74 t) Hill, Dawson &f Co; 117 t, A N Mc-
Kay & Co-,'74 to Lockhart & Young ; 109 to Har-
per & Holmes; 50 to W GPorter & CQ. _,
. Per steamer Eifula-274 bales. cotton to A, N
McKay & Co; 178 to Wyli'e & M'cKenizie; 48 to;
W G Perter & Co; 82 to Harper &"Holmes.
Per box Bob Thomas, fm Albany-183 bales
cotton to W G Porter & N6; 144 to Lockhart &
Young; 187 to Sims & Cheever.
Per barge Live Oak, tfm.Chipola--137 bales cot-
ton to W G Porter & V o f to A N McKay & Co.
Per barge Rough and Ready, fm Chipola-64
bales cotton to J Day & Co; 54 to Win G Porter
& Co.


Proclamation.


7th. Every one is aware of the great benefit to
:;-^ be derived from cleanliness. The chief predis-
posing causes of every epidemic, and cholera
-- amongst them, are undoubtedly, moisture, animal
and vegetable matters in a state of discomposition,
-filihof all kinds, and in general whatever produ-
ces atmospheric impurity; all of which, though
they may have but a remote affinity with the
exciting cause, have the effect of lowering The
health and'vigor of ,he' sstem, and of increase.
'./ ing the susceptibility to 'disease; the practical
: d reH66.,endatioi, is' therefore, the obvious one to
: keep the personand dwelling-place clean., This
would 'require, carried to its tfulest effective
.length, that no waltr should be allowed to lie on
lots, that 'cess-pools should be cleaned or purified
by disinfec'tory agents, that there should be no
S'dung -heaps, that hogs and even poultry should be
excluded irom the vicinity of dwellings, and that
a. artm'erifs'shoulU b66 frequently and well ventil.
late. ,
Sh.'NexL'ocleao i inbss, experience hown'that
'dryness of dwellings should be promoted, in order
to prevent or retard the propogation of the pecu-
liar cause of cholei a.
t7%- '9th. But wvfiil'individual exertion is indispen-
sible to tlhef'.ai'nienance of the public healththe
means of thoroughly -purifying a densely popula-
S. 'ted community is beyond the power of private in-
", dividuals, and requires the aid of the strong arm
of the law. The board of.health, or some other
-legal D6wer, ought to be authorized and ompow-
eredr to examine any building or lot, and if it is
Tn a filthy or unwholsome condition, or has upon
"it any foul or bffefhsive cess-pool, drain, gutter,
any dung heap, or that swine or other animals are
kept' so au to threaten to be injuries to health,
,they oughtto be further empowered to remove or
abate theevil,as a public nuisance, at the expense
of (pevowner of the house or lot.
loth. The nature of the disease and 'its prox-
imity to Apalaehicola, demands, in my opinion,
so)me extraordinary exertion and sac'rifie on (he
part of both the public adith6rl(tls ad d,private
^Nia^.-'anla 4yM~se1 "ian's he o'ccurrence
#Wf'IhAeWis'e tli.ay be wholly prevented, or that
'failing, its malignity may be modc'taled and dura-
'lion shortened.
1i3.th. In -conclutsiov, I wtoitltl urge upon your|
codsderation ttie ',,lji,,I-tIet l tact that'wh tevo'ri
Stas 'been tound preventive'df c h 'preventive of malarial and'&v&ry oth&er eidemic.
'and constantly recurring lia'se;soth'twlhatev-,
:er labor may be applied, or expert {itare m JAde,;to!
4t4revent the occurrence or check the duration of'
tihislli'Tnelediinig calamityvill not be temporary,

is the occasion calling for them has generally
proved to bebt "bit be 'atteAea V *ith layingg?
benefit. : I
+ ", Respectfully, ;
JOHN GOAME, M-.D. :
v -e~ ^ -*< ___ -.- - - ',


BY WILLIAM D. MOSELEY,
Governor of Florida._
W'HEREAS, it is required by law that an elec-
tion be held in this State on the first Mon-
day in'May next, for a Register of Public Lands,
to hold until the fir:t Moi.day in October, 1850;
also, fbr Judges of Probate for -the several Coun-
ties, to hold till thefirst Monday of October, 1851,
and for Justices of the Peace for each District in
the several Counties, to hold for two years, (all
of said officers to continue in office till their suc-
cessors'shall be elected and qualified':)
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, That the said elec-
tion 6e. held throughout the Staie,-'according to
law, and the officers whose duty it is to order said
elections will take notice hereof.
Witness my hand and the great seal of tie
State given at the Capitol, this 20th d iy
[SEr,:] of January, A. D. 1849, and of the In-
dependence of the United States the
73d'year. .:
W. D. MOSELEY, Governor.
Attest:
A. E. MAXWELL, Secretary of State.
January 25, 1849.-
CJ- All papers in the State insert two months.
To. the IWAster 'of Mthe Sc.hooner
"Gen. W.It. Harrisonl alias
'Wni. 1. Harrison," and to
all persons interested in said
Schooner, her tackle, apparel
and furniture :
WHEREAS, A Libel hath been duly filed by
the District attorney of the United States,
for the Northern District of Florida, in the Dis-
trict Court of the United States for said District
against the Schooner Gen. W. H. Harrison,"
her tackle apparel and furniture, as well on be-
half of said United States as also on behalf of
Samuel W. Spencer, Collector of the Port of
Apalachicola, wherein it is alleged that the Cap-
tain or Master of said Schooner hath violated the
provisions of the ninth Section of An Act of Con-
gress, entitled An Act to prohibit the importa-
tion of slaves into any port or place within the
jurisdiction of the United States, from and after
the first day of January, in the year of our Lord,
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eight," ap-
proved March'2d 1807, by having on board of said
Schooner" and Bringing from theiPort of New Or-
leans to the Port of Apalachieohi, a negro or per-
son of color to be held to service or labor, with-
out first delivering a manifest of such negro to,
and obtaining a permit from, there collector or;
naval officer of the Port of New Orleans, as is
required by said A6t; by means' whereof, it is al-
lege'd'th&t'the said vessel, her tack I,,^apparel and
Turiiirire, are-forlreited to the use of the United
States, and praying that she may be adjudged to
be forfeited, by the said Court, and that.process
may issue &c. and whereas, in pursuance thereof
an attachment and monition hath issued from said
Court {/i :e drec.etc, :retdrnable atthe Court
Room'intthe City 6f" Apalachicola on the secondsr
Monday of February next, wherein I am, among
other things, commanded to seize and safely keep
the said Schooner, her tackle, apparel and furni-
ture until the further order of the Court, and to
give due notice to all persons claiming the same,
or knowing or having anything to say, to show
ca'use. why thee "Same should not be condemned
as ft'rfeifed ; and whcrea., I have, in pursuance of.
such attachment, seized the said Schoon'er, her
tackle, apparel, and furniture: Now, therefore,'
notice is hereby given to all persons concerned of:
said Libel and seize aforesaid, and that they are
required to appear before the said Court at the
Court Room in the City of Apalachicola in said
District on the Second Monday of February next,
being the return day-of said process aridthe time
and pflce assigned for the hearing of said cause,
and then an8f there nterpose a claim, if any they
have, or show cause, why the said vessel, &c.
should not be condemned as forfeited, in pursu-
ance of the prayer of the Libel.

ROBERT MYERS, Marshal.
January 25, 1849.
F LOOR OIL C0 P 6 L CS.

Albro, Hoyt Ot Co.,
72 John Street,


For New York; .*
g- THE superior tast sailing packet bark
DAMARISCOTTA, Hawes,inister, will
meet with immediate dispatch. For
freqght~nn deck., or passage, apply to
Jan 18 D. B. WOOD:-.


1 wenty Dollars Reward.
^S^RANAWAY from -the undersigned on
.Ihe 17th November last, the folqowine-de.
scribed .Negro Man, named CHARLES.
--He is 5 feet 6 or 7 inches higf,h25 years
old, and weighs 140 or 145 lb. ; one'or-two teeth
out below, in front. I will give the lbove-rewar4d
fnr his d livprv innt,,, !- 'r,.t n n^I;.^Aa ^^ n T -


ft


Arrived.
Jan 19-Bark Cochituate, Berry, fm Boston.
Jan 20-Ship Aberdeen, Hubbard. fm N York.
Sloop Vashion, Thigpen, fm Key West.
Jan 22-Bark Desdemona, Mereen, fin Provi-
dence.
Schr Palladium, Post, fm New York.
Jan 23-Ship Massachusetts, Samson, fm New
York, to I M Wright.
Jan 25-Schr Eagle, Hagan, fm St Marks.
Schr Creole, Alien, fm New Orleans.
Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Fashion, Cadwullader, fm Columbus.
.SteUmerAlbany, Rynear, fm Columbus.
.Ste'iaxervi6la, 'Vat Y'.eghte.o,:fm Colpmabus.
Sleamer P+.yiona,.Mortodi, fi'om;Co),unHtus.
Steamer H S Smilh, Stapler, fm Columbus.
'Steamer Boston, Grier, from Oolumbus.
.Steamer M A Moore, McCall, fm Eiaula.
"Steamer Lotus, Wingate, fm Columbus.
Steither'Eufuula, Barns, from Eufaula.

cleareded.
.Jan 24 -Br'hipt Persian, H'all,'for Liverolol, by-
Kill, DaV,,sonL& Co.
Ship Jenny Lind, Bragdori, for Boston, by Chas
Rogers & Co.
Jan 25-Brig Osceola, Burgess, for New Ydrk,
bv E P Butts.
Schr Ann Sophia-, Tuthill, for Key Westt.

Memorinda%
Bark Rob't Watt, Johnson, sailed from Liver-
pool, Dec 11 f r this port.
Bark Cumberland, Power, sailed from Liver-
pool for this port, Dec 23.
Ship Sacusa, (new) Howard, sailed from "Wis-
cassit.for t'is port, Dec'c 8. ,
Brig Wetuiipkif, S'iled 'from New York for this
t'JV(,Jan"2.
Ship Ohir, (new) Sylvester, cleared frohm Bath,
Me, for thiis port, Jan 6.
Ship Wm Hitchcock, (new) Cole, sailed from
Darnariscofti, fTor'this port, Jan 7.
Brit'9Mes, dulIkley, cleared fni New York for
this port, Jan 10
Brig Herald, Gray, c'la'r'ed' 8frffM Newi York for
this port, Jan 11.
Ship Fairfield, Loveland- clekre' fm New York
for this port, Jan 11.
Bark Beaver, Edmonds, cleared fmi New York
for this port. Jan 11. C II
Bark Providence, Carr, sailed fm Wafren., RJ I,
for this port, Jan 11, aind anchored below.
Bark Abbot Lord, Joyce, clea.ed fm Philadel-
-phia fur this'porr, 'Tan 12.
Baik Baltic', Saunders, cleared fin New York
for this port, Jan 12.
Ship.Charlotte, Collins, cleared from New York
for this port, Jan 13.
Ship Clinton, Foster, cleared from New York
for tl;is port, Jan 116.
Brig M C Draper, Draper, cleared fm N Orleans
for this port, Tan 16.
The schr Senator, Knapp, -noted as up for this
port at New York, arrived at Savannah Jan 17.
Ship Peter Hattrick, Rockwell, was up at New
York for this'if6rt, to sail Jan 17.
'Schr Patriek Henry, Chester, was urp at New
York for this port, Jan 17, to sail next day.
Schr John Castner, Somers, was up at N York
for this port, Jan 17, to sail with dispatch.
Bark Gilbert, Melcher, hence from this-port, ar-
rived at Boston Jan 13.
Bark Edward, Knudson, hence from this port,
arrived'at New York Jan 15
Schr Tioga, Coliins, hence from this `po't, ar-
rived at Baltimore.Jan 15.
/
List of Veisel's in 1Port.
SHIPS. /
Georgia, Talbot, 488 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-J C Maclay. "k
-Liberty, Norton, 6809 tons, for.Liverpool, loading-
A N McKay&f Co and W A & P C Kain.
Mortimer Livingston, Barstow, 749 tons, for Li-
verpool-1 M Wright.
Ashland, Rice, 631 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
B Salter.
Ann Grant. (Br) Williams, 377 tons, for Liver-
pool, loading-J C Maclay. Irn,
France, Nichols, 441 tons, for Antwerp, load-
ing-N-ourse, Stone*5 Co.
Grotius. Leonard, 299 tons, for New Yoi'k, load-
ing-Harper & Holmes.
Geo Skolfield, Choate, 430 tons, for Boston, load-
ilg-N J Deblois.'
Andrew Scott, Emery, 318 tons, for Boston; load-
ig-11N J Deblois.
Medora, A res, 399 tons, for Providen-ce; load-
ing-T L M itchel.
Massachusetts, Samson, 38 tons, fii New York,
.. waiting-I M Wright. ,....
Aberdeen, Hubbard, 714 tens, fmi' New York, wait-
Ing-.Master.
BaARQUtES


Cranberries. ,,, '
7 hf and qr. bbls. j ist received and'for sale 6y
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.'


I


BRASS bound Cedar Pails, Painted Buckets,
Deck Buckets, Hickory and Corn Brooms, lor
sale by [Jan 11] C A GREEN & Co.


I


'Furniture.
1 MqIARB]LE Top Centre Table,
1 French B.4dstead and Bedding,
1 Dressing Bureau, marble top.,
I double'inairble top Wash Stand. J
, The above Fnrniture has .only- bee~n. ;.'Se a
iew months, and will be sold low._ Apply to-
Jan 18 .- J.DAY & CoP.'
Notice. .. .
THE firm of Roberts, Allen & Coa. is'dlissklved.
Settlements will be made, and the business.
continued by 9. C. ROBERTS'.
Apalachicola. Jan. 13, 1S49. '
New Dry Goods.
A US;VIN I LONG, successors to J. Stevenson
&('o,,,are j .jt opening at theold stand, er.,
ner of Water and Chestnut streets, an entire ne W
stock' of DRY GOODS-, SHOES, HATS, &c. to
which they invite the attention of the former
customers of fhe old firm, and the public. '
Apalachicola,1Noy. 11, 1848.. 4.s'-'G


Cotton Statement.


ILast
v,nr


ISnuffS.
COTCH and Macoi:oy, just rec'd, f')r sale by
Jan 25 "J. C. ALLEN &.-Co -.


Fresh HerbSi.
SAGE, Thyme, Summer Savorv',Borieset, Hoar-
hound, LIatiip, &-c, just rec'd, and forsale by
Jan 2-5 J C ALLEN & Co.
White ILeadt.
N O. 1 Extra and Pure, just rec'd, lfor sale by
Jan 25 J C ALLEN & Co.


Consignee Wanted,
FOR nioe (9) boxes pickles, marked G. H-re-
ceived per brig W. L. Jones from New York.
Jan 25, 1849. A. N. McKAY & Co.
THE consignee of Goods marked A. B., per
bark Edward, from New York, will please
make himself known to
WM. G. PORTER & Co,
Jan 4, 1849. 4t Water street. "


ARE now receiving into Store from their Fac-
tories, at Elizabeth-Town, N. J., a variety
of new and original patterns of
Heavy Floor Oil Cloths,
in widths of 18, 21 and 24 feet. They are also
receiving from the Albany, Lansingburg, and
Utica Factories, in sheets of 18 fbet in width, a
large assortment, embracing many new patterns
of their I
Mlediniu Floor Oil Cloths,
Also, from the Newburg, Albany, Lansing-
burg, Utica and Maine Factories, every variety
of patterns manufacturing by them, of their 4-4th,
5-4th, 6-4th, 7-4th, 8-4th and 12 feet wide
]Light Flodr Oil Cloths,
Also, Mahogany, Rosewood and figured 4-4,
5-4 and 6-4th English, German and American
Table Oil Cloths.
Also, a great variety of' nevw patterns of
Carriage Oil Cloths.
All of which i*W offer to the trade on liberal
terms.
Jan. q, 1849. jan25 52-3m


City tovs,
"jOR Lease or Sale, for which warruintce deeds
_' will be given. Apply to
Dec 28 H. G. GUYON.


L- )na &n sugar.
f~f~f~BS '^s '*a Refined, for sale by
2000 i,)' '! D B WOOD.
For Sale.
I' C ,'MPKl- S of' superior Bu,(ter, of ,' La-
25 ham's Dairy."
Dec 28 NURSE, STONE & Co.


Iron, Nails, Steel, &C.
TONS Sweeds, American and English
30^ Iron, assorted sizes;
30 dozen Brade's Hoes;
20 dozen Crown do ; I
10 dozen Shovels and Spades;
100 keg Nails, assorted sizes;
500 lbs Cast and German Steel; .
20 doz Collin's Axes, Georgia and kentucky
pattern; .
2 boxes Cotton Cards ;
4 do Coffbe Mills;
10 kegs 5 and G inch Spikes ; for sale by
C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 28 552 Water street.


Verinifnge.
W INER'S Canadian Verti1fge, for -sale by -
Feb 17 11 F ABELL.:


-848 ...v. ........... 6478&
S847 .... '.......'.:....16988
aa! .....V... ..'....3-743
"845....%-..........32920
.844..:..........A..440
SO:3.........


Stocks.
41396
.8214
27737
g0454
14595
29085


Ploots and Shoes,
FOR SALE, by the package, by
Nov i8 D.B WOOD.
To Bent.
P ART of the Fire-proof Store, No. 24 Water
street. Enquire of D.B WOOD.
Nov 18


APALACHI-iCOLA, FA.


Jan 24


Damariscop.a, Hawes; 282 tons, for Newv York,
loding-=-D B Wood.,,. *
Cumberland, Lpvejl 385 tons, for Boston; load-
.. ing-rN.J Deblois.., .. ;
Pilgrim, Drinkwater, 298 tons; for Boston, load-
gin-N J Delblois. ; "
Mary and Jane, Cowell, 346 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-Wood & Ballou.
New England, Williams, 238 tons, for Providence,
loading-Wood & Ballou.
Chochituate, BTerry, 347 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-N J Deblois.
Desdemona, Mereen,'298 tons, fm Providence,
waiting-Master.
+ BRIGS.
Alabama, Howard, 271 tons, for New York, load-
ing-W G Porter & Co
St 0ftdrew; Cromwell, 147 tons, for Baltimore,
lotding--0 Rogers & CO.-


Insurance.
T-HE subscribers, Agents. for," The ,Etna In-
surance Co.," 11The Protection Insurance
Co.," and The Hartford Insurance Co.," of Hart-
ford, Coni., are prepared to take Fire, Inland
and Marine Risks on as favorable terms as any
good office. J DAY & Co.
Dee 28, 1848.


Notice.
SIX weeks after date I will apply to the Hon.
Jud,,y of Probate, for Calhoun county, Flor-
ida, for letters of administration on the estate of
William G. Kelly, deceased, late of said county.
MATILDA L. KELLY.
December 28,1848. 48-6w
For Sale.
2 MAHOGANY Counting House Desks. Ap-
ply to B. S. HAWLEY,
Nov 2i Columbus Block.


J.F. FARRIOR. E. MCtuLL:Y.
Farri6r & tI[dCully,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
8-1- Gravier street,
DecS 8 New Orleans.


The Protection Insnrance Co. ol
New Jersey.
THE subscriber being appointed by the above
.Cnmpany their agent for this city, is now
prepared to-take Fire and Marine Risks.
May 11; ,848. THOS; L: MITCHEL.


Edward McCully,
GROCERt AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 2& Water street.
Nov 1I Apalichicola, Fa.


. ,,,1 1 IN Vu i ve to me, or ,iiu iJ n ni-II;: soj ican Ua
get him and pay all reasonable expenses.,
J. B. EVERETT.
Maria'nna, Dec. 16, 1S48. 8srr"
For Rent.
M THE Dwell ing House Iptply/ocenpied
,. | hy the undersigned. Tertns accoammo-
',.:! dating. Apply tp
B. S. HAWLEU.
Nov 25 Columbus Blo'k.
Tor Rent. ;
ffg STORES Nos. 6 ColumLus Block, and
18 Water street. Fr .terms, al'pl-y to
Nov ]1. NOURSE, STONE &.C-o.-


COMMERCIALL.


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Regal 1Noticrs.


m no 90-gwt e tor(AIgs,bl bt-d.*_SiroaW AA1 '
infringe events of the copy 'J .t i4 !
and ch ea's will only sell a,. er .
pies. This ibitie obly origii nff tMrn!t' B-!
no other can be gemnine. Seadbyiltdl~te;
it is I he only sure .Way 0o 4&-ft flw-
Thousands ol copiwbhave beeniffa.t'by mWa,Otb
perfect, safety. '' .
*FRESH ARRIVAL QF_ ',- "';
Dragi, Medicines, Paints, ;|^ <
Dye-Stxiffs, Perftrmety, .. -
AM= THE umfflsigoed returnbrhft~ff
to. hJisrriends and'tbe.p .lArrThir-
'.S '"liberal patronage, a Wd dg&,toinfem ,
41" that he'is now receiving an .adi'.tn- '*^'
*"i *al supply, W*l8hadded to hi pori er -
stock, renders his asgoefntentu~ludrallt "ar1e- '<
and complete, Engli.h, Fiench, 0Gernd-- a '.
Anl~rican Drvg; ;G0.tetii; Perti, m. i as -
and Druggists Glass ware, &c.,'&c., are ,Off.e '
to Physicians, Country Merchants and affi'g.k or'-;,"
the most liberal terms-all of which e'wifa"Ih '
pure and unadulterated. ; '-'-
H. F, ABF.L, -.
'Wholesale and Retail Druggistc ri
4 9 W after atr eT
Apalachaiols-, Nov. 21, -1846,
biugls WvA Medici nes. e'
. THE subscriber has, awl mil
constantly haveoop hand;ac'C6&0te
a msprthent 6of D7yJGS -ajj A'MEDI-
CINES, which be will'arr_,nj pure
and of the best quality. Counrtv
Merchants and 'Planters "will'"find it
to their advantag-e tearleAa'mine arfd p:ice iM
Goods, before" lirchasing elsewhere., -.. >.',-
N. B.. Physician's prescriptions _i"p'vijth
care and accuracy at-aVly 6our pfjhe'da'r niget.
J. 't. ALLE:N &,d.6, "
Jan IS Cor. CPenre arrd Commerce ttsL
J. S"PEM b'l?,' / ,.
WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER,
jSecond Story Baltzell's Buildings,
(Entrance on Chest'rpt-'st) "

N B. Watches, Clocks and'Jewelry crefui|fy
repaired. October 21; 18- 7s

A T Hi E EUM,.
Bowling Saloo itA Room.
rTHE proprietor of the' "Atheneum Bow1ing
X Saloon" has used every endeavor Lo make".
the establishment an agreeable place of resrtf,
and is thankful that an'ever 'iscriminaling pub-
lie prove by liberal patronage Nherr appreciation
of his desire to please. He will always ,keep a
choice assortment of Liquors, and refreshing
beveragsi-, of a sort to tickle the palates of Old
Bacchus' most jastidious sonsi, and Oysters',
cool and delicious, fresh tfron> their native -ban.-
For a pleasant commingling of exercise, ,-,14
amusement-uti/e cuim dhilce-there is nothisn
within the circle of gymnastics to compae% -iII
a g-pme of ten pins; but those preferring les-q-
active amusements, can always lake a hand. -
Conle one-come all."
JOHN B. JONV9 :
Apalachicola, Dec. 30, 3847. 50-If -.:./
Har'ad are, SIO C-handlery, A.c'
THE Subscribers liave 6n hand'-for sal.- ,-
T LOCKS, as-torled, Butts, ScreWs,. Hinges
%Handsawvs, Millsa s,-C r.sc-u't-ift,-^^ ,
Compasses, Augers, Gi tablets, ChiscJs, Brace.
and Bitts, Ruls,-Bevels,^li^-s, BrOadaxes,
Ship do, Collins' do, Adge, H-,atchets, Hamr.
mers, Shutter Hangi!,gs. Blind doSteelyards,
Counter Scales, Plalform do, Ctlton. dr,,
Kitcnen Ware, Tatle Cutlery, Shuvl ar.'d:
T o n es, F ire Th ,oti, & c. "
BLACKSMITHS' Bellows-, Anvis,; S!pagpr,
Hamm.crs, Vices, "Screwpjaleg',- StocksT and
SDies, 'Tongs, Files, Rasps, '&ic.
IRON--Swccd.s, English and American, asserted, -
round, flat and square, Banid, Hoop, Sheet and
Boiler Iron. Rajilroad, Spike dn, irsesloe,
Iron and Nails, Cast, English, Blister atn a.
German Steel. ..
PLOT'GHS--:,h'sle and' Double Cor1:cll',rs,..,
Cornwills, Logchains, Trace do,.Ox do,,
Shovels and Spades, Weeding Hoes, Garden*
Laue and Grubbing Hoe'." t- "
CORDAGE-Manilla and Hem Ip, assorted,-Pilchv
Tar, Rosin. Coal Tar,.Bright Varnish, Hahd-
spikes, Blocks, Oars, &.
CASTINGSi--Sugar Kettles, Mills ard Caul,
&dons, Bakleovens, Spiders, P13ls, Enam-leld .
Kettles, Tea Kettles, &c.
'TINVAB .- A full assortment'. .... ." --
MWholesale or retail. '
.E. C. ROBERTS.;
Apslarhirola, Jan. 24, 1849. :


Di. Townsend is almost daily receiving orders
from Physicians In different parts of (he Union.
This is to certify that we, the undersigned,
Physicians of the City of Albany, have in numer-
ous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
and believe it to be one of the most valuable pre-
parations in the market.
H. P PULING, M. D.
J. WILSO_ It. B. BRIGG-S, M. D.
P. E ELMENGOR.F,.24. D.
Albany, April 1, 1847.
Caiutiort,
Owinm" to the great success and immense-sale
of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a number of men
who were formerly our Agents, have commen-ced
making Sairsaprilla Extracts, Elixirs/Bitters, Ex-
Iraets-of Yellow Dock, &c.. They generally put
it up in the same shaped bottles, and some of
them have stole and copied our advertisements,
they are only worthless imitations, and should be
avoided.
Principal Office, 126 FULTON Street, Sun
Building, N. V.,; Redding & Co., 8 State street,
Boston ; Dyott & Sons, 132 North Second street,
Philadelphia; S. S. Hance, Druggist, Baltimore;
P. M. Cohen, Charlfston; Wright & Co., 151
Charters street, N. 0.; 105 South Pearl street,
Albany; and by all the principal Druggists and
Merchants generally throughout the United States
West Indies and 'the Canadas.
For sale wholesale and retail by
Hi F. BELL,
May .5, 1"SS48 19-1y -Apalnchicola.


ORU sale by
Dee 30 B ELLISON & Co.


1


I /


o hild-ABJBth: r.

of Gestation and cl f .JBith, by t. r.
WEISSELHOFF, Mf D., late of Paris, i
just published in .Mew York, by thelAutho..
This Work contains recently-discbvered infor-
mation upon a subject of the highest importance
to Married Persons or those contemplating Mar-
riage. It will be found of'special value to those ]
whose means, health or other circumstances, do
not permit them to increase tjhe number of their
family, without great inconvAiience, suffering, or
perhaps risk of life. A methodof avoiding these
troubles and dangers at will-, (rceentlydisovered
by a celebrated French Physician) is'illy com-
municated in this work, so that any' son~may
avail himself of it at once, without pureqaising
any instrument, medicine, or other article, from
the author. The means of prevention here set
forth cost comparatively nothing, and are within !
the reach of all. The process is new, safe, in-
fallible, convenient, simple, and cannot injure I
the health of the most delicate. Nor doesn't
curtail matrimonial privileges in the least. -
Morally Consillered.
The object of this work can be shown to be of
the highest utility, and sustained by the soundet
principles of prudence, political economy and
virtue. It shows how a physiological effect may.
be produced scientifically and without injury to
,the constitution, which thousands attempt toac-
complish by the most unwise and reprehensible
means. The object is by no means new to the
world. The means will be esteemed by all sci-
entific, righ't-minded" and sensible people as a
discovery in physiology of tte highest cionse-
quence to public mor~ls and happiness.
The Instinct of Nature.
Love, and the desire for union between the .
sexes, will be, indulged, talk of prudence as we
may. Without marriage, we h4*e, in all couri-
tries, a debasement of ono sex, and the criminal
indulgence of the natural instinct, very often
suffering and misery of the most fearful charac-
ter. Who, then, shall deny to man, (a free agent)
the right to marry and to regulate the instinct of
nature ?
Young Mfarried Peopl.
Young Mairied 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 th*e
author that if they had possessed such a treasure
Sin early life, it would have saved thern more than
half the suffering and deprivation they have since
endured.
Unhappy Wives.
Unhappy Wives, who feel that their physical
condition and health totally unfit them to become
the mothers of a numerous offspring, and who
reasonably fearTthat each period of confinement
will terminate their existence, will hail the dis-
covery df this certain means of relief witil, 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 transmission from parent to
child, afflict many worthy people, who at the
same time, are as capable of enjoying themselves
in the marriage state as their more fortunateifel-
low beings. Shall such persons refrain from mar-
riage on this account, or shall they rmarry, and
give birth to i feeble offspring, destined to a life
of suffering or an early death ? The answer to
such serious questions will be found in the work
here recommended.
Early Marriages.
Early Marriages are strongly advisec] byl1il
philosophers and writers upon soctai and political
subjects. Early Marriages beyond all qnesti,,n
tend to promote virtue and happiness ; and with
"the power of regulating the procreative functions,
made known in this 'work, may be freely 6btered
into without fear of incurring responsibilities
which cannot be sustained.
Over Popstlation of the Earth.
Over Population of the earth need be no longer
apprehended. The calculations of Malthusand
the wild fears of Robert Dale Owen, are alike
ren'tdered baseless by thi6.d.iscovery here commu-
nicated to the woorld. "The control of men
over his accidents," in this respect, at least, is
here .established. The wisdom of exercising
such. control'; none who give.the subject a mo-
ment's consideration can doubt.
Honesty of the Work.
M- There is no deception or humbuggery of
any kind about this work, It is precisely what
its'title, indicates; a scientific publications; con^.
raining information of great value to married
peotple, or those contemplating marriage, 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 the means of accomplish, g the
objects of the work, fu~lly'and fairly given, so that
the reader may avail hirnself of it at once, with-
out purchasing any medicine, instrument, or
other article, from the author. The means of
protection which it recommends, may also brae
lied upon, without fear of disappointment or in-
jury.
Physicians Professors, and Cler-
gymen
In all parts of the eountry have ,given their
testimony strongly in fav'or of the objects of thils
work, and floe nature of the discovery. We an-
nex a few of these recommendations :
NEW YoRK, Sept 13, 1848.
DR. R. M. WE!S'SELH-OFF-Dear Sir : I should
have no question whatever that the means re-
commended in your work on Child-Birth, would
accomplish the objects intended, considered in
reference to physiological principles alone; but I
have also the happiness to know that it has stood


the test ot practical experiment.-
Yours, truly, "R. LE DOYEN,
Profestor of Midwifery, 'late of Paris. -
NEW'NORK, August; 1848.
DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF-Sir: The moral
effect of such information asyour work contains,
I believe to be decidedly salutary. The right of
man to control the animal instincts cannot be
questioned. I think the Work will be, thef.eans
of doing much good.
Rev. B. F. CROWLEY.
N6. 8 Stanley Park, New York.
DR-. WEISsELOFF-Sir: The principles of
Chemestry applied to the hints for regulating the
procreative functions', as'stated in your work on
Child-Birth, would satisfy any well-informed
person that the object of that publication could
be attained with the mostperfect ease, certainty
and safety. J" L .SULLIVAN,
Professor of Chem~istry, New University.
Copies of this work will. be sent, in aelose en-
velope, at single letter postage, to any pa'rt of the
United States for sentt post paid, t'
DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF,
Box2"710, New York City.
Copyright specuired. No Bookseller allowed to
sell this work. Publication Office, 258 Broad-
way, New York City.
CAUTION.
{jd Persons who wislh the Genuine Work', by.
Dr. Weisselhoff, with private notes added byhis
own hand, can obtain it only by sending )directly
to him, as, he employs no agents whatever, and
never sells'the work at wholesale-therefore no
Book .igAent, Pedlar, Postmaster or Bookseller
can possibly furnish the genuine work. ,Beware,
-therefore, of false copies aMd:imitations, which


latter whether the result of inherent cause or Tax Collector's Sale. |
c I causes produced by irregularity, illness -or acci- virtue of the aUthority in me vested by law,
dent. Nothing can be Wore surprising than its B r will expose to sale, before the Court House |
invigorating effects on the human frame. Per--;Door, in the City of Apalachicola, on Monday
sons all weakness a-id lassitude, from taking it," the 12th day of March, i849, between the hours I
at once become robust and full of energy under of ten A. M. and four P. M. the following real
its influence. It immediately counteracts the estate, situated, in the City of Apalachicola, (as-
nervelessness of the female frame, which is the sessed as the property of' Lewis Curtis and Joseph
great cause of` Barrenness. It will not be ex- Delafield, Trustees 'of the Apalachicola Land
pected-of us, in cases of so delicate a nature, to Company,) or so much thereof as will pay the
exhibit certificates of cures performed but we Taxes for 18-18, assessed thereon, for the State
can-assure the afflicted, that hundreds of caies of Florida and the County of Franklin, together
*have been reported to us. Thousands of cases with the cost of advertisement and sale, and
where fatnilies have been without children, after which said real estate is described as follows,, in
using a few bottles of this invaluable medicine, the Map of said City, viz:
raive been Blessed with fine, healthy offspring. Wharf' Lots Nos 7, 8, 9-100 feet each.
T'1o 1Iotliers aaid 3aarried Ladies. Lots 6 and 7 in Block 17.
This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 1S.
prepared in reterence'to female complaints. No Lots 4, 7, 8, 13, 14,15, 16, 17, 18, in Block E2.
female who has reason to suppose she is approach- Lots 6, 7, 13, 14, in Block F.t
ing that erftical period, "1 Tte turn of lift" Lot 3 in Block D-2.
should neglect to take it, as it is a certain pre- Lots 4, 7, 8 in Block 1.
ventative for any of the numerous and horrible Lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, in Block 4.
diseases to which females are subject at this time Lots 4, 5, G', 7, 8 in Block 8.
of life. This period may be delayed for several Lots I to 10, in Block 19.
years by using this medicine. Nor is it less vat- Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 24
able for those who are approaching womanhood, Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 26.
as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening 'Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, in Block 45.
the blood and invigorating'the system. Indeed, Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, in Block 46.
this medicine is invaluable for all the delicate Lots I to 10, in Block 54.
diseases to which women are subject. Lots 1, 2,3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 32.
It braces the whole system, renews permanent- Lots 2 to 10, ii Block 31.
ly the natural energies, by removing the impuri- Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, in Block 18S.
ties of the body, not so far stimulating as'to pro- Lots 2 to 19, in Blnckl(JI.
du-_ siibsequent relaxation, which is the case of Lots'! to 20, in Block LI.
Uonnt medicines taken -for female weakness and Lots 1, 5, "7, 8, 9, in Block 9.
dise.ise. By using a few bottles of this medicine, Also-All [.and Iving on the West side of the
many severe and painful surgical operations-may Xpalachicola Bay, North and Vest of the City of'
h"-. pr*ented. Apalachicol;), to the Western bound'iries of
Great Blessing- to M fotiers and Franklin County; alsi, St. Vincent's Island. St.
C3silia'ei'a, George's Island, arid Dog Island, (exclusive of
It it. he safest and most effectual medicine for that portion of St. George's and Dogg Island owned
murifyingc he system, and relievirrg the sufferings by the U. S. Govermeni) ; also, all Lands lying
attemdaiit upon child-birth ever discovered. It East of the Bay of Apalachicela and bordering
.:ti ,i,i_.,h- both the mother and child, prevents on St. George's Sound, and running Easl to (he
ain and disease, 'increases and enriches the food,. nm-uth of New River, from thence in a direct line
ios wvyho have used it think it is indispensable. to the Chipola Cut-off, following the Apalachi-
It is highly n;et'ul b','th before anrc after confine- cola River down to its inouth, inelnding Forbe's
rn'nt, a.; it preve:its diseases attendant upon Island (so called); the whole containing 285,000
childbirth-.in Cos. venue, Piles, Cramps, Swell- airos of third quality of LInd, and 1000 of' 2d
inz of the Feet, Ddspondencv, Heartburn, Vom- quality..
itin-, Pain in the Back and" Loins, False Pains, BENJ. LUCAS, Tax' Assvss,-r and
Hemorrhage, and in regulating the secretions and Collector for Franklin Comity.
equalizing the circulation it has no equal. The Apalachc,,la, October 7, 1843. 3.-611n
grat beauty of this medicine is, 4't is always safe, B. Ellison & Co., Cor. Water auid
and the most delicate use it most succesq'uily,
very few cases require any other'medjcine, in Cillestalt Sts.
snme a- little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful. S ANHLLA aE Hem Crd of al siesy
E x o rc is e in th e o p e n a ir, a n d lig t foo d vw ith th is L 1 4am r 1l n e W o rm in e, M a n S p u n -
medicine, will always ensure a safe and easy con- ff- Hamb ine, Wormine, Marline Spun-
finement.. yarn,, Oakunm.Sperrm Oil, Fall do. Whale do, Olive
tiuiement. do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
Notice to. t e Ladies. pemine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Those that imitate Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, Lead, Red doYellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
have invariably called their stuff great .Remedy Emerald do, Imiperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
fbr Females, &c. &c., and have copied our bills digris, LithT.fage, Sulphur, Bright Varnisbh Copal
and circulars which relates to the complaints f" do, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
women, word for word-other men who put up Brushes, Varnisn do, Tarno, Scrub do. Clamp do,
1..Lamp Black, CGhalk, Whiting, 1-, ussi Duck, Eng-
medicine, have, since the great success of Dr. l t Heyaens dLg do,
Fownsend's Sarsaparlla in complaints incident to White, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
females, recommended theirs, although previous- do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
ly they did not. A number of these Mixtures, Jack Screws, Anchors, Ilandspikes, Captain
Pills, &c., are injurious to females, as they aggre. Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, .hib Hanks, Hand
vate disease, and undermine the constitution. Pumps, Dfck Briskets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
Scrofllla Cured, Corn do, Caulki'g Mallets, Sarvingdo, Axes,Axe
flelves, loois and Thimnbles, Box H:ooks,13ale' do,
This certificate conclusively proves that this Can do. Colton do, Boat do, Fish do, Calki6ng
Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the most ob-. Irons, Making Irons, Maiarine Spikes, Ship Scra-
stinate diseases of the Blood. Three persons, pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentors,
cured in one house is unprecedented. Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Three Children. Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Dr. TIownsend: Dear Sir-I have the pleasure Pump do, Shovel-, tHammers,.Hatchets. Chisels,
to inform you that three of my children have Augurs, Planes, HIndcsaws, (irnblets, Handsaw
-Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares. Cuipboard Locks,
been cured of the Scrofiula by the use of youdr ex- Stoekdo, Hooks and Staples, flinges. Padh-ekg
cellent medicine. Thev were afflicted very se- Wood Saws, Pe.ndant fHanlyards, Hand Lines,
verely with bad Sores': have taken only four bot- 'Deep Sea do, Log do,-Fish do, H1and Leads, Deep
tles; it took them away, for which feel myself Sea do, Slieel do, Bardo, Funneie,, L-anihorns,
under great obligation. Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
"Yours, respectfully, Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpelter's
IS&AAC W. CRAIN, 106 Wooster-st. Toots S, mpson Post? &c ,&c.
lininons of P vsicans.. Apalachicola.Dec 9. 1847.


In Chancery.
Raphael J. Moses, Adm'r de)
bonis non, of the estate of |
John Locke, deceased, Bill for Relief,
vs. I" &c.
James Locke, Godwin & |
Cows, et. al. J
U-PON reading- the bill of complaint filed in
this cause, and it being made to appear by
affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor, that James
Locke, Godwin & Cows, Asa Gove, J. D. Stod-
dard, and 'John D. & Albert L, Locke, defend-
ants in the bill filed in' this cause, reside beyond
the'limils of the State of Florida, but within the
United States: It is ordered, that-publication be
made in the Commercial Advertiser for t-he space
of four months, requiring said defendants per-
sonally to be and appear before this Court, on the
first Monday in March next, then and there to
answer, plead to or demur to said bill filed in this
cause, otherwise that the saime be taken as con-
fessed. It is lurther" ordered, that Comiplainant
forward to each of defendants a copy of the bill
filed herein.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Judge
Western Circuit of Florida.
A True Copy-Attest :
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
'October 4th, 1848. oct,21---40-4m
Carlton Allars, )
v.I. Bill for Divorce.
Susannah Allars.
rTHE Defendant not having plead, answered
tL or demurred to complainant's bill, aiter due
notice of the filing thereof, given by publication,
and the said bill of complaint and the matters
therein stated having been taken for confessed
against said defendant: on motion of Solicitor
for complainant, it is ordered that said cause be
set for hearing at the first day of the next term
of this Court, and that notice of such hearing
be gwven lo the defendant by "the publication of a
copy of' this order, once a week for the space of
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. WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
December 18, 1848. 49-3m


.... Win',l.:.- .aid Blessing of the Age.,
hThe mrot extraordinary Medicine in-the Worid !
This- Ei tct is put up in Qwart B. ttle.q : it is six
ti:n?.s c'i-,iper, p1ealanter, and warranted su-
,perior i o a ys ld. It'cures without
*: "'vnpttintg, purringie~eningor
* .- ,= cdte ilitatin 'th- Patient.-
2'1., ;raiea.,bbauty u -tvsaperiority of this Sotsi-
pariil- over all other m tei:.s4, that while it
er.iidaite tha .i .-, :- it-in ioi-ates the body. It
lisone of th.e very best
S3P;'' AND SUMMA\IE=3 t, ED[[INS
Ever kn,.ivn; it not only ;.r-iM . the w'ao;Ie sym-
A'tf:i, and strengthe:is th3 parseri, b t it creates
n,;w. 'p,'tre ar t rich b.Ti :l: a p )W.v r p':vessed by
1,) ,th ,' rnm dicinia. An' in t:Ji lis,- the grand
s8 _tet-.of[ w TI.i !"It[l I..-;!a.r. [i h perforined
within qta. t a.' cl 'ra ot sv[,;ra cn tc of d:i;-'n..; at'W l .t :15,000
were con .l'.iI' 1 inT -a il;... 11 hf avI l rthe ti'res
of mtrn d th.ii 5))) c. dil.h'ci d 'i'i. t;'.i tvo past

".0. 0 .' w .3 1 t

li),%-To V i' I T's S rI r a.'ii a 1 i''viz*r ths the
,v i.)le 9Va te -I ... r, i- r tly. 1'-1? tIt',. w ho have
1.-t their m '%iil ir e. ti! !y .)yi- h eftjts of m-Ad-
icine or inli cr tion c.jmn'itteI i-i yomh'i, or the
excessive in:t ilg inn. o{' ih. ;w p doi'>:3,_a' ;'oujht
o.i a goeneril p-'iVjical. pr if' ti )nof the nervous
system, lasii;Qt3e, \taait of a'nbil,,-i, fainting pon-
saitions, p)re:n i 'il.1 ; t. aI" 1 I clin-3, h14tening
toward,4 that faral di.', C ivsa nation, can be
entirely rat, )r_'1 1y it-4 p-1 t r ed? ;Iy. Th i
Sirsitiiriil t i-. far qu )ri r t.> aviy *
I.jiyijirAti ut-a" Ct3%liUMi, :
A; it ra'vr.v-, and i-ivi,>'r.o'es thie sypte'n, gives
activity to On., h? lia, aqi I tr'-i ,th to the m icu-
lar syp fe.n, i i i r v.)-4 e 'ri ,di irv dr-,rre.
-.C *a.SiI a.a tio, 1 C iir'.l,
Cleanse aad stre"':'th.r C, .vn.)t'ion coi-"i '0
c Ir'd4. P, r") ,c')itis, C -'i -- tin t LiV' r 6o( n-
plih't,,C )[13, C tt"rrh, C Oir, A1'th;1'i Spit-
tie; orf M ).r, ], -r9 e.) in thir; C)P-i, Hsctic
Flni'),', Nigrt `4 v.ets O -.;I,]it or Pr.^ise Ex-
peat,,raitio-. pPali' i- the SI,., &,'.; ihava boi-A
and can be cu~rem I
pil !I;.I i$3o;lo
S,. N N Yor', April 29, 1817.
Dr. Tov-isndt--1 verily b^'ieve that yolir Sar-
iariIll 1 '114 ba-ian the -n .'T thr. xiri Pr.wiaance,
of saving my lite. hve For sever it years had a.
bid cor,.. It b -)in wo-4'A anI worTe. At
la. t [ ti;'a l Iire qaptiti.fe. of io-,j, had night
sweat, vv a'l was gI'. iv d.-Obilit tted and rediced,
awul did nnit ex~qct to-liv.e. I ITi e o ly n1 -d your
S W21) 1'iill a short rims, arnid there has a, won-
*dar-fute ;c a-T bea..wMr,r.riht in ni 3 T anr now
W*ble to.,wilk all over tlie city. I raise no blood,
and my cu ni h L-. laftn-m- Y.Y-r can well ima-
ginet'that I a;m thinkful, for thesa results.
SYon gh'-i:iS'ji':,t .se..va't," .
.*" \ Irl U-'J, SSEL,,, 61 Catharifie st.

This is only One of j.I to thin four tho!iand
ai-es 'of R'leum ,tis i that Dr. `owxnsonmd's Sarsa-
parilla has cured, 3The *,'t,severe and, chronic
cas3s ara wraekly eradicated by its extraordinary
'(il'tn _is. ,
*arfl's C,,h'nin'(-', Eq one of th!.aiistants
in th L'inatift A-ylu' -i, 3tack evsli's Islan,1, is the
ge tl.- i'jl I of i:| the following letter:
131 3"1,,valll's IMlan-t, "*ept. 1.1, 1817.
Dr. v .),'?-Dear Sir,: I I.viv, suffered ter--
ribly for ni.ie year wirhh the Rhewnitis:n ; con-
slierable .of the time I couM not dat, sleep or
Wilk. I had the ,l wi,-t, di(ptressin pare.% and
my lim'n3 were trri'l,, s'.Ivole-. I have used
four b-ttles 'o( y,6'1r, S1ir,3 i )a'rill, and they have
doane-inore than one thouvird dollars worth of
good.: You'a-ra a,,' liberty to us+ tttis fbrlthi; ban-
efit of the a'Ti-.t.".
Yo'ars, reipe.'-tf Iihv,
..; JAMBgS CUMIINGS.
,. -, F1Vt;' 'aall Agnze.
Drt'.To\V-i0end's S irs ).riltla is u'ie 'nll~ed in
ea.ie., of the Chilli and Fever and .-\2ne. The
foll.owingleltt'"r is 'l',,'v ,e of hL'ndiedr1 that we
i have re.,-ivedo rom the South and West of like
cha,.tcter.
Oj-.v.4, fich., Oct 2-2, 1917.
Dr.Tow>senJ0: D8,' .irr irT p ,:' .. 1 tor my
wifN two h-.t1--,t of Si'd prilt..aof yo1r Agent,
Mr. tci'air) of Klanaiaze)o,.to try it for the Fe-
ver and& Ai ? B3fire,[ hid fi:aishod thie first
bottle, it pp'-,ret to wirm the 'l...., and every
other diy, Whoi tha Chilis and F'ever appeared,
they were le.! violent ; and b f'ora she had fin-
ished the bbottle, she wvas entirely relieved, and
she was 6 i.:Ih batter than s'ie had baen b.fbre
she took the Agu3. A laty that had baen very
sick with jthe Chills- adil Fever, but had broke
them with Q ii iir',r, and waS left in a very weak
aqd distressin.. -;talt, and troubled exceedingly
with the Ague Cake, sein 'h fatati a
on'my. wife, she'sent aund procured a few bottles,
and it-rrestored her in a t'elv week to complete
health. Your Sarsaparilla is withont doub, un!-
eq'~ialled inrdisaase.i in.iden't to tha Welst, *^.id if
you think that thri~ic)mm~ri nation will be of use
you are at liberty to use it as'yon choose.
Yours. re.spectfully, "
.', CHI&[{LES [H. SWAIN,
Cank~er isi .tlie i.Io,!.
Rel,-v is. ana accou-'lt ofr anoth.r child saved.
Dr. TJi.vni rod's Sarsa,.)tilla .h s saved the lives
of thouaands 0f ehildre . The. following two
certificates are selectedtffo'.n a great nnintber re,
eeived this Worek.
'New York, Aoril 1., 19!7.
Dr. TownsenHl: Dear Sir--One of my children
was very sick with a Gank(er in the M{o'lth and
ThroXt, attended with great debility. ',It camne
.near dying. I obtain ;d so-ne of your" excellent
medicine. and,..it curd -it diracltly, tor whirch I
assure you I feel very gratef',l.
Your%! re. nec tru~ll ,
E LZ ABRE F fI 'O W L" 'l, 27 D ..sbrosses-st


,Fits !1,Fits! Vits!
Dr. Townsarid, not having tested his Sarsapa-
rilla in cases of Fits, of cours.! nfver recomrnmend-
ed it, and was surprised to receive the, following
from an intellig-'ut and respectable Farrner in
Westchester county :
'Fordhain, ANugust 0, 1817.
Dr towhsend: Dear'Sir-1 have a little girl
seven years of age, who has been several years
afflict'e4i with Fits; we tried almost everything
for her, but without success; atlast-, although we
could fid no recommreuddtion in oar circulars for
'casesrlike her;, we though, as she was in very
delicate health, we would give her some of your
Sarsaparilla, and are very glad, we'did, for it'n6t'
only restored her strength, brut she has had- no re-
turn of the "its, to- ou' groat plerzisure .i,id sar-
prise'' iSh-e i fastrbecormirfg r'ig.4> and hearty,
for which we feel grateful. .
Your4, respectfully,
: .* -, ': JOHN BUTLERL, Sr.
,Female rMi~flicine.
r. Townqend's Sirsaoirlila is a -overeign and
speedyceure for Incipient Consumption, Barren-,
ness, Pr.pllpgn ,teria, or Falling of the Womb,
CostiVe~iAeN, Piles, Leucorrhoea, or Whites, ob-
structe-I or'difticult Menstruation, Incontinence
of Uri-e, or involuntary discharge thereof, and
for the general prostration 'of the system- no


Slicrifls Sgale.
BY 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 the first Monday in Feb-
ruary next, 1849, within the legal hours, the fol-
lowing property, to wiL: 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


Sheriff's Sale.
I 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 lots 2, block D1, fronting on Water
street, being 11-20ths of said lot; also, lots 2 and
3, block 26; also, lot 9, block 1; lot 1, block 26;
lot 2, block 8 ; lots 9 and 12, block HI ; 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--he same being
levied on as'Phe property of Benjamin S. Hawley
to satisfy two fl. fas. issuing out of the Circuit
Court of Franklin County-in one of said fi. fas.
Cebra & Camming being plaintiffs, and Be.tjamin
S. Hawley--derendaTrr, for the- pTinctpal .i-sun
$527 96, besides interest from 22d December,
1815, and costs. In the other, Miles &, Eveett
to the use of Charles Miles, plaintiff, and Benja-
min S. Hawley defendant, for the principal sum
of $301.12, besides interest from 22d D.eceinber,
1845, and costs. Property pointed out by plain-
tiff. Terms cash.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff.
By B. LUCAS, Deputy.
J, January 2, 1849.
tt Warranted to Cure."
C OSTER & COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic,
compounded from medicines of our own
forests, a perfect and lasting cure for fever and
ague, and, for being the best Tonic in cases of
general debility or weakness now known, for sale
by [April 27] H F ABELL. ,


Groceries azad Shi p g"oa'es.
IO COFFEE, Java do, St. Dlominvo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do. Powchong do, Souchong do, Goshen
Butter, Cheese, LIard,Bacon H-ams, Sideh, Shoul-
ders, M-1 .-'. h, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongnis, Cod Fisli Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco. Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dricd Fruits,
Beans, Salt, [aisens, mIacaironi, Vermacplli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oa.s, Buckwheat, Mustard, iAce.
For sale by B. ELL1SON & CO.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


sUv ta tea a eey.
UST received, Writing material of every de.
suscriptmion, ofi'isine fine metalic Peis,eof
superior qualities; fi-ie French Cap and Led-er
Paper ; Me"D. Books ; large blank h okq, Ledgers,
Journals, &c.; Pencils, lPen-holders, Paper-fold-
ers and Clasps; Bflls of Lading, blank Bills of
Exchange, Dray Receipts, blank Manifests-, &c.;
Inks, black, blue and red, for sale by /
Sept 23 J. (. ALLEN & C,.


Thom-pson's Compound Syrup of
Tar and Wood Naptha;
FOR the cure of' consumption, chronic, bron-
chitis, asthma, whooping cough, palpitation
of the heart, liver complaints, and affbctions of
the kidneys, for sale by
Feb 10 J C ALLEN & Co.


., ~ ~ .CAIU>. -.''
fItE Subscribers fake this method of inf'r0-nl .
Jing the citizens of Apalachicola and its vj;-
cinifv, that they have now on.hand a very' neal
aivd wellselected Stock ofGOODS, which will bA
sold low, consisting,in part as fotlows:
Cloths an4dCasim'er~es,-y;ricus sylvrs',
Fancy Prinls' do "o O, .. "..l
A6lpaca LUstre; do." F'gured4, .. ... -
Silks, rod e R yne, ," ,
do. Montella ..
do. Satin Stripe( '
Fancy Cashmere Robe'S..., :;'" (,4-
do. M erino do.-.-'- ", -. .. .
d o. D elaine- .do. :' .'
M uslins, India Book -". 'o" "f'' "
do. Swiss, Luce -and o]ore4-* .. :
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and- Thread ''
Shawls, Daomask Silk : *
d o. 34 ari.no, ":- : -., ....
do. Plaid Wool *"
Kid, Lace and, Silk Gloves ."X' :
Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion
Ribbons in all varieties ....."*
Brown Shirting, 7-.8,4-4,and 3-4 ;' "
Bleached do. 7-8, 3-4,474, 10-4. and 11-4 :"
Blankets, 6-4- and 8-4.- .
Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting *-*'^:'"
Carpet Bags : ""
Hats and-Caps. all styl-es-" ._ -'.
Boots and Shoes T : ":"
Clothing ol allkinds. ,.i ; "
AlsoN a neat assortment of JEWELRY*,? a4'_1-4'
many other articles too numerous to meiition.'" 1
Call and examine for youtieelve.. ." '
M. N..SCOTT, & BROTHER,. ",
Dec 23 Cor. Wateriand CenLte sts..,
Iron, ail, i-&' ,:"
0(\ TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes; -."
2 100 kegs Nails, ,.. ...do. ' a "
4 casks Weeding.Hoes,, assorted .qualifies'-"
20'Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;" .
20 {, English and American Vises1.,..7 4
."0 " BellowS;- -,",* i.^ '-., ':
!2 dozen Spadeand Shovels; .. .. T..q
10 Collins' A xes;, .. ", :.-
10 bxs Cotton and.Wobtn Cards;. .- : ; i
1 case Rowland', Cast Steel Mill Saw.sa .'
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. O.,-RO, RTER & CO .
Dece30. : =,,{ :*41"Water'stite.'.
roots and Shoes.',. -'.'*
,')OY'S and Menis Russet Brogans; "*"
1. Men's sew'd and peg'd, l ip..fTigans,"
Gent?:i fine Calf Progans a ,t,-fT
L r .' 111"
Wm% peg'd" and, swa SJbres. C 4 % i do:
Super Ladies' lid-aiid-SJUrA AShoeli, ., t
Snper Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.1" .^
A large andextensiveassortmenl, |U_.t recjiveo--
'6nd'or slebyO VJ I. .OR.Ea 0.--E -
SDee 30 4 '' pfteeh, T
Hfenury's 1fanesat,.,p ^i.


Blank Books and Stationery.
L EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for LetterPress.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March I H. F. ABELL.


ardware.
pLAINS, Plain Irons, single and double, Ham-
mers, Draw Knives, Angurs, Aug-0er 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, -atchets, Coffee Mills, Sledge Ham-
mers, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut its.


Chldroform!
WARRANTED pure, just received and for
sale by
JpNov 1.8 J C ALLEN & Co.


[Dry Goods.
rrPHE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-.
- L sanable 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,
Super English and French Cloths,
W hitney .! ,-;ik s'. '0, 11 .and 12 qrs.
Du Ml Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Marseilles Qnilts, 9, 10, 11 and 12 qrs,
l)enims, Kremlinsqnd Cottonades, ,4
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking, '
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra 3uper, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
-Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravatg and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
Engl 1,i and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cdtton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Satin, Marseilles & Worsted Vesting,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain a.nd fig'd Swiss and ceieeked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape; &c. &c
4Which have been selected with great care in
PNew York and Boston, frdm Importersand Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or :etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 30, 1847. 41 Water street.


SWEDE Iron, Scotch do. Weeding and Garden
Hoes, Blacksmiths'Belliows, Cotton aid Wool
Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron aud Sugar
Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by
B ELLTSON & Co.
Dec 9 Cor. Wafer and Chestnui sts.


Dry Goods.'
DRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c,
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnult sts


BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by thocase;
Women's Shoes and Buskins ;
Men's, Boys and YouthIs Brogans;
fine sew'd Brogans;
Men's pegged Boots;
fine sewed Boots;"
Russet Brogans. For sale by"
B. ELLISON & CO.,
Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
New Dry Goods.
AUSTIN & LONG, successors to J. Stevenson
& Co., are just opening at the old stand, cor-
ner of Water and Chestnut streets, an entire new
stock of DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, &c. to
which they invite the attention of the former
customers of the old firm, and the public.
Apalachicola, Nov. 11, 1S48. 43-6m


Cider.
' "0 BBLS Champagne, for sale by .-
5 Dec 30 B ELLISON Co.
SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, low for cash, by ,
B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 9. C-or. Water and Chestnut sts.
Tanners'-fi~i|,


Wood Ware, &c.
B ARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour
Pails, Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,
Brooms, &c. &c. for sale by
B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water-and Chestnut sts.


Piles.
DITCHETT'S celebrated Spanish Specific, for
sale by [Feb 24] H F T BEEL.
Hydrostatic Ink Fountain.
A FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks,
Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals,
Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by
Nov 18 | J C ALLEN & Co.


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


Perfumery.
A LARGE assortment of Extracts, Cblogne,
&c. &c. for safe by
Dec 9 I J C ALLEN & Co


5


HHDS St. Croix Sugar';
15' do New Orleans Sugar;
q'0 bbls St Croix, "
5 bxs Stewart's Loaf "
10 bbIs ground- "'
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 1 Mnft'd do.;
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap;
100 bags ShAot; 50 kegs Powder;
1000 lbs Lead; i
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Purev
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street.


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


'Letter Paper.,
1 REAMS fine Letter Paper, just received
10J and for sale by I -
April 13 I J C ALLEN &3Co,


Soaps.
A LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps, just
received, and for saleby
Dec 9 H F ABELL.


Sarsapar,
BULL S, .San d&,L B'i,.OW.
'Bpound fluid extract of
ceived, and for sile by ,-
Feb 17


Wistar's and Swayne's Balsam
of Wild Cherry,
JUST received and for sale by
Nov 11- .- IS. C. ALLEN & Co.


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


1 F A-.BELL.,




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APALACHICOLA THURSDAY
JANUARY 25 1849 '
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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. Zttiine s IDiCtttoC! British Periodical Literature 1 I The Leading Periodical America.. | AX -- :

---. .___ n _ _. _ IRISH HIGHWAYMAN. count of the perils to which her husband
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EVERY THURSDAY PY -- --- ------ PREMIUMS TO NEW SUB-
rOBLISIIED EY BF.NSON had
E. ILL. : been '
exposed, "for Heaven's
AN. JEREMIAH: DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.J. SCRIUERS !' CODE Y'S Jt A 2> Y'S BOOK: Dr.V ; sake take
J. L.V IT ItI -, the Bishop of Cash; l, !uvinc off that filthy jacket and throw
it
-- Day & Co., Sulscritc early while the terms are low !:! For 1819. occasion to visit Dublin, accompanied window. You out of ihe
can
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Office, Third Story Baltzell's Building, corner of COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ---- -- p by his wife and daughter, determined to shoulders put my warm cloak over
Commerce and Chestnut streets. No. 52 Water street, RE-PUBI.ICATION OF Dedictiktl to (the Ladles nfthc [;,zied Slates. perform the your till we reach ,the next stage
Dec 2 Fa journey by easy stairs, in his and then you will be able
Apalachicola, to purchase
TIlE LONbON QUARTERLY REVIEW, Edited SARAH. J. hALE:, own carriage and whim his habit loina
TLIIMS.SUBSCRIPTION'S. no- Agents for LLOYDS ; also Agents for the own sleek and better suited lo station and call'
lour
'Etna Insurance, Co." THE EDINJJUPxCH REVIEW, RACE GREENWOOD, well foil! horses "
.-Three Dollars per annum, the Protection Insurance instead of trusting his hones I ing.
if within six Co." and the "Hartord Insurance Co." Hartford THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, and L. A. GODF.Y. to the tender an'Iri .
50 mercies of
paid in advrince or $3 paid h post "Tint is
if Conn. TIlE WESTMINSTER: REVIEW more easily said! than done
mnth*, or $1 03 ir paid thereafter.!, -- -J A N.n-eli-tle. by MISS E. LESLIE, who con- chaise, and the unbroken garrons used for love,"' he replied I have lost nil, my
;
tlken for less term than Charles AUBLACKWOOD'S I tribulc-; ,'II every No.K. the
No subscription : a sixmjntis Rogers Eugene. Rogers.Csis. (hawing these vehicles. I .
will be for 1 1'rILLiS' Original: Srripfnr.il 1'oolr.v.T. crazy money possessed ; not single: guinea is
n will be discontinued until S. AiiTilUIl: I whorcc'tubuirs part route was through a wild 'left me to pay our ,
No to-night.
tint: p.'rioj. 1 pi( T COMMISSION I to t \'r\ X.., expenses 31y
all! unerases are juiJ, unless at the option of theproprietor. Water MERCHANTS, The above Periodical are reprinted in New illustialive] cf Crc*.-tie.s) SkdC'litof f American) ,and 1 mountainous district ; and (he bishop, watch, tot), that! I so dearly pri/fd' Misordble -

Dec s'.ieei, York immediately on their arrival by the British Ciinr.ict-: being a very humane man, and considerate j man thai I am !"

\OVr.RTI' E\foS'I.-ODes luare, (twelve I lines, 9 Apalachicola, Fa. steamers! in a beanlif.il: : clear type[ on 1 lino whiff! \Ye ir.tend! merely t togic; a iirticn-f our intentions of his Cat t Ic, made a point of quilting I I his I Never mind uatrh.

or l L"<0 will b ins,>rl< d at the rate of One Dol- X. .. Dc! ?ois.' p?pf'r and are fa'tliftil I copies of tho originalBbACKwoonV I for r.otear.: leaving t 1 (t(!:( M Ifiig advrrtisemei.t. carriage-; t I the 1; foot of every hill and walking I I I i'e just now-only your fltT lhat or anything

lir lor the first, ami Fifty Cents,for every subseC O M MI S S ION AND F'ORVARDINGMERChANT I L\AZI"E' being an exact facsimile .--" full tf suUnd and fury, i iu.if: ilg: ,lo i he lop On one of these occasions he I filth I implore ; pull who knows; what mil!* .-f
you horrid
insertion.To of the Edinburgh cdii ion. :'
quent nothing. hJ loitered
:
to,look at tlf extensive
those who advertise by the year a liberal They embrace the views of the three pros- i contagion w.- may all catch if
you
K o.1 J W'atel'-st rc et, great Agrceabiy to {lie practice( of last y,3rfhe publisher eI.: indnSc'ing( ) in a reverie its sterile in persist .
discount will be made; biiUllatlvertisements t not Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa. parties in i England-Tory, Whig, and Radical., I will i I I i issue y.-: go-d a u namborear'h( inoftii. ;I!u as and ths upon I wearing it.
strictly pertaining; their own.,business, as wella Blackwood" and Urn "London Quarterl}" are he does in Jali1Thi.: i. i i- ;a novel teat.ire in appearance; change that agriculture "Take it ofT 'ear p: p.i: ," observed ihe

; alll 1o.1( l aJvvriUsm.'atsstfnt in by them, will a-\. N. \IcK \'. N C- CRODBINS. CIIAS. PUATT. .Tory; the Edinbtivgh Review" Vhind; I the Maira.iipjublishirff.u; Dm ing t the whole oi' last j might produce, and in so doing suffered his daughter, but ilijn't throw it away: :; it may-

bi l' chared at the usual rate-? A. j% McKay & Co. WWmiinter Review" Radical. The "North year 1st gavv: more '>ngravings at.d! more leading i I 1, family :(nd servants to be considerably inH lead; to the detection of tin wretch whu

jI l k.z il a Irerti. m ;ats ian- t ha paid far Brii.sh( H'il W" i is: moiv of a religious- characUr, matter I th.m any ..1 I" his conti'rnporarits! :nd will I iil
'; ad COMMISS ON MERCHANTS having boon originolly. edited by Dr. Chalmers,, continu" m.ike; i : for lost time and
lodos'
M vja'C. !> next t tpal'. Thos who)"'ib-cri'.e: ; tip I was stepping out The! obnoxious was. removed
::j- :-'ive I 0 i'l!1 r.s will be clnrgd for ainouncIT. : No. -10 Water-street, and now since his death, being conducted by his i to CODr.Y'S; L.\1 Y"S BOOK; mar dol"o uii.JerHio : with his best speed when a fellow leaped younj lady was diout garment to i it ; the

I : ra-i li-htc'* fur office..y Dec J 15 ___Apalachipoln: Fa. son-in-law.. Dr.. I Hanna, .I is-iociated with Sir DavidBrevxsJtcr. I n--sinice; that iv'ill I!" lecrivr tr.oiv lurtheir ; from behind heap of; lone stones, and accompanying I seat; when slitheard place uridVr the
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a iiiiar
--- gwighng that
-. V.I iKvrtis'nJ'its fl'Im: a di-taTieo must Jiio. S. Its literary character is of the venhighe. t I) money, 1:1: tile, J\I.I7..1I11' Hlotif t ) t thati I Jiv huge club
hi" i In' i'u i ,.1!.1'jtlt! the cash; or city refer..weI : UIl..C.h l iori, I i .\:t ouler. I to; :inv c.lhrw1 t 1, To this j i. ':u'!!,'d I wiih a demoniac demanded a "Money :attracted her attention: and! on examination;
yell, found
I!tl'l!v i I in*.>rt ion .HCl10.nCO DIJ--'IOU.It.CII.XT, PRICES FOR 1S19, (IK suu-icninEr FOR KARI'.) and included: in'tl.o; sam; ',' ::.1: the L.DY'DOL with a of and secreted in various: parts of lh* coal.

-_- -,---------- --" JVo. 2 Columbus mod, For the four LAn XErp.PEHhidl contains in, .DP. I ferocity tone manner perfectly not only the vvarch! p 'c"el book puise, and.
anyone Hcvic$3 per annum. 1 IIIl I i .
iJu1int sg Dfmtoi'ij.Win. Apalacliicola! Fa. For any two, (1). r month) t.eaiiy: ; l if1ot q'-ite ns: mucii ;-f.rinirg: tr.at- j: ajlp; The silver or wh'n-h hrr fiiicr! had hern ili'pii-

_-. ';Advances made on all consignment i if For any three, do. 7" ter a< I the i tht} r moiulilies, making I f.r S'-J, t Iii: I bishop g.ivo 'the robber all the silver vd. bnl a Yf'lIn.I1IS; h".I/. surf as i jt
-- --- reNov. he had
H. Porlcr A Co. rpur.-d. 2", ISIS. For all 1 Jour of the Reviews. S ". :nmnui.t;; of iv.n'ii'g'i i.-f I Iwo taagiszin.j a i'oth.' :; I I ITumi : loose in his pocket, hoping that it used by farmers, coiii.iiuiTig, ;iboul thirty

---- .- ---- For Bhckwoods l :1zil(, H : .\nJ i'KCUt.iAirn:> about( G.;. !k-y's Lailv's I would satisfy; him hut he was mistaken for guineas. .

JI)::.\\T.m-! : I i.v 'i-n0f A \> COMMISSIONMLIICIIAN'TS D. n. WOOD, For Blackwocd and :{ Reviews, 9 l L''.(>:c I lor c I liio I lathes I hat IKJ other JM.ig.r.impcwsvs I ; ; '" no sooner !had; t the ruffian. stowed it away ina The Mit-prisf and joy of .i'l parties: IMJ

c o \1 i M} i s s i o N M iR CHANT For Black] wood and the I Reviews, 10,00 No. IIVatii 'tn'l.t. : in each flllTlbf'r-'lril! by the !b--t jrfi-c! | i( than; whim another \ hill, ofhi t they
24: W tfl'- t., to be lr in all adcancePREMIUMS bludgeon, anil! proposed fur the
I lif-SO: Ajul.tchicoi.1. F.I. Payments ina< casi in In I addition Iht! ; stopping night' and as the
fo) llu-se l nre:; given!) rrmrMhly I mi ;awful oath he
---- ------ ---- exclaimed
:
I I'-, t XiMr, .:r, I U I J n Sione, I HV.. liiooks"YtMir ; : N iv IS Apalachicola:- Fa.Tuos. what LO otl.er ni'tg'rt.iiuivos, -a (" I I\ II F-li-: ,j| And' is it with the likes of this I'm after porlinnntpans had; escaped I the iviK of I llic .

ij', MOJIC A: Ce).. ft. AVsTiN. \' H. LONG.Asssfin Con isfing 1 of baric: volumes of the following ion PI.II''jh[ a full I !iecrilion| Tins feature: j.!I letting you few road' the bishop was spertfily able t lo alliic$

tOM.\IlI4)N I I I M f KUCHA' '.V T$, & I..40Uf. \.lltuhle'rb:, vix : is peculiar t to i Goilev.; : n- no <>Mi' 'jtfy'rk :'.ts t hRCVeI'V r' I!j I Il's the. 1I:11i1'1I! -n have pnlrry linpennies himself nannn'n: ally. IJefoie t il ii: party: retired -

>*o. Vratc'rstr.vf, J5entl< '': Miscellany.Tho tfionth! .i'id rolcred.! Tiu-irPfi re- are; Cap-', I 1 j : or I'll spatter your to rest intelligence arrived that lJle.
COMMISSION I
l le-l I Anl.LfM'i.ivt I\ieh i"'ia\ Fla, ME1CHANTS : 'etr'lpolitall'Ig',7.inc.) Motinct-. 'liomir-etti! >:, FO.iL--tniiiisin; ; !) |rIll"( !La- I brains Arrah, (don't siand shivering and highwayman had: been' tAen after a c.le-
- ---- -- -- ----- No. ,J Water-street lies v.ith. TLc Lad shaking t i there I like i in the re.
Ei.gravmgs. its' \
Tin- lullin University Magazine.Blackwood's : i \( '. Table a Quaker t ague, rate resistance-the notice oh't ilit polire! be-

; } tV Vonai.T, Xw : 1 _\ ( "* ) Fa.CoflLis'iost MsgazitH1. with design-->r: kt.iliiiLT( : netting, rr,i.'c.'iff! !', but Ing out your purse you devil immediately Lug attracted i by u lie singular ofa
ClMMISSi\I i ) .ri.l i'ORWARDING I / and ail her kinds of ;appearance' ;
I work PalfiT.s f f.-r; or I'll bate blue .
The London, t the Edinburgh( t the FireignQuarterly you as as a whetstone. man.; of his, station
spurting! black
KUCHA I I ANTS, :sul Auclioa Room, Smoking) ) Cans, Cl.air Cov i'Yhid.ivv, Cuit.iiris: ) ." a rew
and 1 Westminster: Reviews.Anyone .
f o. :S3: \YatAstrcc'f, EUFAULA, ALABAMA, : l'Oli.y''s, lur.c&e., i:. ., Sc. Ilf.ilth and I His coat, and covering his shaggy,: carroty locks
'I"1!1 .\ .;tla.'h!1 I iCllb, 1.4.1: ; Beaitwith\ Kngravings.:: ; Model C-.tfagt-s, with yielded (he well-pi>udcrcd! and orthodox ..peruke
BV of the Review: at 81 a-year, or to any two of well filled purse, saving in tremulous
-- --- accents
'-- oIi&ii.i ground) 1'1.1I: <, and oilier engravings. slwvs: ilia-- of the Right Reverend, the Bi lioi'
it as Aof
rttir r the Periodicals
.i.r at will receive
.J STARR & Co. $3, gratis, one "My goud] fellow there it isdon'till Cashel.
CMMNlON 1 1 M K r R C H A.V T S,. volume ol any of I the premiums above named. (rat ie of tr'IdhiI"d'lI1. Mu-ic, L".uilIlIprintl ; [\ I've ; \

8t* >, Wo having received a full hare of the palro- .\ subscriber to any I three of I the Periodical at ( on 1 tinted paper; which may be taken out,;t use me" given you all-pray let me ---- S .

.i yen It for //,' I nagi' fn,ni the Merchants of Apalacliicola latJIMS t $7 a-year, or to the Four Reviews at &S will receive and bound.)( Colred. Modern Oil apes and C. l.'nfl depart. Married and Unmarried Ladles

SUN; \W rU.\J. IXSUKAXCI: COMPANY, ',11, WIU feel thanl.ful"II'' the same in our line Iwo premium'olllmc":1s above. : Flower Pieceslrca.irlijai' v. Tlu ,e are all I extrain "Kairly and! softly if you plase; : as sure The situation of f !
o!' hii.j iiif"is t tt.e corning winter. Cffiey; ;i:! ;; to lc found I in ; c.tlirr .I-a h ie. ::5'm not. it fellow. a married and an unmarried -
o.f /'/' Ci.if <>J' .\ rto York, A subscriber to Bl.idcwood and tJII'ce Reviews, t r Li : ;: : I :i gond Iiavn't done with female it Iw

No. :1 Water sliver, E'I1.111Ia, .U.Nm''lJ 1, I IsIS. -ir>.tf at $U) .ear, or to thr Four Review ar.d 1 Black- Tliesv n-i'i'i- all given la-t year, ntd: will beror.tiiRKil. : \ouyri ; I must sarc.h for your note cuse must confessed is thy

I.: 2 AI.,1.1rhi'oh, F.,. Ln1aiiIa- Aufioji asid ;; I Inaii'litinn I t c sliall! I iaveii: cvviyNo., for I'll have unequal :, the former having greatlv. the advantage -
: : : Commission \\111, at !$Ioihl receive three premium01- : cmma.e) ; von a few bits of nin.; 'r
.__ O____ __ ___ ___ ___. one ff"CRooMrs ; in t the scale of ;
:1J1 payable ;it I ihc bank hand : I eaiiMy i happiness": :;
use umes.D3 ; ; so it over orJIIII'1i
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.1' 1. i.in I I2. B BALUUT : SKSTCHF.- AMERICAN and (he world makes! i the distinction
Please in the( still
particular ;nantinff proliiiitm -
sorrow to-night.
sup
\\ro3'1 ,t Ra! au, I 11V h CHAIlACTrlSlLSTlCS! "
more than
doited and I'te u-orks .(71snibfJ unequal ; intended il.
( \I! M MISSION'( M UK!: CM ANTS ? fur. 11.rilt; given up ; a glance at the road) nature At
D. DAXrORTII.Thankful A mos{ aiui.--ing! ) :eiies, liIir{ >t uiven to the I thirty-five, the married
< ) ij-: No. 12 \'.at'r: sir/-!.-Up :t.jir.s.Ti'i CLUBBING. American public.! Thor! will be> ii!!!n-.trit.d! ii: showed t that all hope of assistance (from his in the woman: H considered .
!It,; A.t'.liicliicolrf: F.I.V.ii 1 fi-r I tie! pitronag'* hitherto recrivod'intlu1 Four copies of or all of Ihe above work noon ot life; while (!lie single woman
; any seivants: was; the
... ._ every No. l p', a h"trv I Inun I thepo.verlu! or T. : unavailing. I carriage having:
ft.' : : l\Ic? ;chant! Apnlachicola, lie would will be sent to. on! :adtiK'ss on iiayn.cnt: : of the pen is looked upon as pas& Again l ,the
.t i W\"In:. \ ,\. ,McIviziE.i.vv ; : S A rtLur.: -".}. disappeared! ; but t the bisbnp made( an i inJsiinciivi' wrie
\\rrlie: Ti 'cn h! ('-n'fliullv "lirst! a rcntimnncd of I their (1\,1'; '. regular subscription! 1 lor t Ilnp-I'! !: fourth c to
Enan.i: !; : :\:., Ort.J7, 1SH. -l'2-s i !
CMMNlONj i i .v )1"!: It ell.A .VTS being grtli. I by Fay R.iiiison! !11: j This sstrir; ? I esc.i0| from furl her P1 I lage. pleasures as resources ;against, ,the lassitude
,. U UTjer( sr! :H, {cz- .\ ti )?I'fliI'i5/ li'HI, be i i.{ n ivhrrc theuhtive will h" verv itf:: rf'i": g to the l.i
< it. J 1. I l"i17. v.i.d u'iiicola.Fa t'ocioIIaI Xoticrt'nl nltniriincf /% ir.mic lit rltibx, iinr will !j.rciniurrn : Ai'I'LICABILITY; (OF)[ TIIK FINKAUI'S [ : may gel an- stat ion in life be n hit; it ,nia\. iu which t the
.____ ,_ __ in :giv with hand over watch and
-- -- : : : alle "I' !1It; fiirnished, unless I!lie stil"- "' you ; your
.. .\: .0.i.. S hir .. -- 1: TO DOMESTIC: : ljr l sales and then single woman; cannot, I turn I 10\vary I the monotony -
:! l.r sritioii]) i t is paid in full lo the publishers without : I Jon may t trlJcJ I'.
? Is aufifhor of I:
.\ i )T.S<; \tf"a: fll'AtE ( HOc"EH, \ _. ."l\Tn\) f I1'EhI''T It 1. \ 'J Ii nconrto all ugcnl.ERLV series n:ravitiunow' in j-ippara- Now i ii I happened I lhat; t the divine i had, I of lit r exrsienrr. The matron iI.she
1 ion ap.iMi'nlar
.H i'f. ( :ai.d vv'i'!' !b.' pubi!:>hi II! IInl ill:: fh. :: cal' ] be a mother will
j. .-MO dir 4lt"iiioii: ,,:' ,!a t t' IIH1 t.. ujif.imily. find ;a snflieient stimulus i lo
sltM-ufvnS I }' May Irfi un(1! at Ins residence, cornor ol I corn: COTTAGH I I'URNlTLTti I I :. ( : i egard for his wat'-h; -not so much
: .n-I: ?.i iij' :1 tores.No. keep up or iciive in t the,
t lj:, iVak'i i sMMVt! ContnutrJ: I Hi.li alrtft. o;Ii;,::ile the Mai.>ionH'luic. A late: arrangement wilh 1 the Hritisli publishers I lIarin -::n>H <,> many; ?Iutl, I GVtfauc.-jWe; lot,- ul i I tom I irs being'i (i considerable; value 1 but bernrse which i it is one of f woman's early instruction

_:NV.. I II I .\;'.i1 ifiiicola, Fla. 1,1 .. Nt.v. S. of I Jia k'\Itd's: :Maga/.ine I : secure. : I to IH earlv now I to commence I tise; publicali"ri) of I'oltage : I it I haif; lieen presented t to him by his : leges to give her Mvcelrsl privi-
---- -- -- ---- --- -- ------- ------- sheets <>t' 1 that work, by whichv shall I b-> able Furniture: very necerv, uppriuiagc'I to -I {fir"i patron; :and i he vent mm red t to expostulate."Surely ; I offspring, the knowledge
:!Z. F. Abell, \'fl. !. :ii.: .:U'H, Colt agf!. : have taken and. accomplishment! !* which. she| learned in
tn place fie!! riitire number in the bands J i su'bcribrrs I you : ; enough ; leave
U"i .' I IJijruT. ATTOIJVEY!: AXD CiU\SKLLOR, I.AVOlier.s / RFLTGION AND HISTORY. her own hi. Wli.il
I'1. ; \v: 0 ," watch ytnit pleHsure can be
bel iw and I'll I
it
> <>r< any ;ptrrlionof can berepiiriledin my forgive JOt:111
ir.u.F.ii; iv I j irr; : IC\T/S; ; : PAIT.I ;., ; Jii-ss:.r. ices to the public in i either ol f 1 the :any: of I the American .Journals. For t this and I I Our s'iperior, Art
I: t" (:J. \ .. &,r.. &,'. abn'c capacities.ILvll other advantages secured to our subscribers, we arulVI c! are now engugcil: l uj-.on .1 ret t ot plates Who ax'd what sight more enduring to the beholder
_\1011-\l 4 i!rtl 101 '\ I tt.JlT of :' Itti:1e!.". illu5tl'alif f te-o!: 1'IIj.'I'I: (<. your forgiveness, you old than a i/er whose
5' : practice regularly in i Franklin, Cal- pay so I hrgi I. a consideration, ) ) I that we iiay becompel varmint; I Would( trifle with good matron brow the shadow
r. i: C.io \
Til--II!. ._ _ .\n1J'hiru1.J, _ -, F.t.-- . litaut : ullv !nntcd) has Jong?) comtnandi-il! a sorry -but without more
;5t ii, : 'niu StJtcs% f it! thi Mitidle Western Circuit. lie \v.Il. ;ito, i.s (Ult' c'ci-I any leading her fair daughter' to emulate ihe
I ded pr'r..rpu'{' owr I tii..t. of) any otiier M la bother, just give me the watch alllhai's
il C 0 M t M: t tc'c''M < 1 O N M i! i K II C.i.f A N T, r.rgmC.KCS in,! tin I Court :of Appeals at T.tllaha j <- Ht'ruiltallce. : awl cninmnriication: .should be; | It i is ffaturt' in The B-ir-k. 1 or by graces of which she herself, is fair

.\* .., ,.,i tt.. __ Ty.. : ., <:':(', tiic: s ':'ifll of which, he will always be alwa1ldnd.- --!- -.. no..f-nr.il. -- or- f.'anl- ---,(-."-!.., to.. I1I/I.1..: or.a., ..n... ... .. . _'_ h __ hol) 1 Or s.o a pattern
S Ut VI :1I11"-l.1'. 111' .' '. l in. I.liLli\lY I v. 11.I \n.\u i IMDKY'S \ ) (iU- And he jerked the bludgeon, to mill k a sort in all the pride of
from
!f 'I' I I. 1 1SI7.J. AiiiItCUiil: i, 1'la. pn'S4'I ai, unless prevemru uyacciuciu.'nUchicoI.i publishers. LEONARD SCOTT & CO., 'I his rn.inhood
LADY youthful .
BOOK.U'ith
---------- -- : : Septembers, ISlG. 7.1 1 Fulton. st t Ni-w York. right hand to his left.? spat in the horny pacing: Lad"Vilh love,
C.: .\I.Lf\ JAMK.S I. GBIKKIK.J. ; : oll'hHlter as Mt-x:t f.(siic-, (i.-are Green- of the little short of adoration; the cares of her
p-tlm I former and the
C. AUen & Co. A. t*. ellllncs, Jjis 0" Leter. .1 tVON1V.. n. Simrai: Mrs &;HotT. S. Aithur. Dutiable! re-grasped t for- whose gentle instructions first iuu-d him to
EMAINING I I the I Post Ollice) at Mis] E. ( ...kz :Smith; 'lr..T. C. Ned H. i ; weapon as though seriously bent or.
\\'h"tO'.I! ,- and I HttliI! I I IVaS:,'r ln ATTORNEY 'A T LAW. R it.i ApalacLicola i- ; :: T. il seek the wider paths of knowledge, and at
I n.IIMS 1 MMiUCI.VKS I ) )1'Al NTS, <)'ILS, I (::- OJlrc't"o.. 2 Cup Simmon's HulMingror. ? ; ), on the l-t day of; January, ISl'J.Alexander Tuckcrinaii I II. W. 1T..rhl'.tc.. ., I Ihe anlhrr ol biinging into operation. This action was whose knee his infant first
AD.I Win the Widow( l lledott, Prot-s-i Fru-f; I L not) I inheeded by his victim-he drew forth prayer w.is breathed
6h1SS, HI{ t:1IIs: \c.\c. Centre & Commerce stivets.nov1 Logan, BI'ViHlt: 'ng- Other
wl.-o, Apalachicola, Fla. AhuIiZVm V Lanet, \\fmLindjiun ,It-I lIoI I .ta'l/'s-alc1; .1 hit of :t hcrs--unuu-t t al- I t the golden timepiece, and] with a heavy sigh feelings grow ,cold-other, memories -

.1 ynit-rnf ti urtmrnf of Alilrich., Dr. E S l, C j\I\ 2 \vas s take the !lead in I liter.rv; merit. I l hr.ndcd):: it to his spoiler, who, rolling the pass away ; but (lit gentle image of
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I K; '"s): KL \XK.S STATION y, &e &e. S II II fl" Allen & Harri, Lee, J A & Co TI.IDI: : s : I chains and 1 seals round it, found some wider the mother who has watched: our childhood

c'lr nf Chesnut A; CHI1I1Wft.,- >triiM., SCOTCH and Marabov, in botlks and blad- Bright, Win \lc Leaui, W H For Three, Dollars wv will erid tiie Ivuly's! I i "pert lire in his apparel into which he -her love, her tenderness, hef unwearied -
.1.11I crammed
--H AI'. 11'lrhirutl.) Fl-i. received and fir sale by Botcher, James Meals & Crawford, Book, containing mr.re ivr.'ling I llun any olhrr t ( it, and giving himself a shake to devotion will forever be mirrored in the human -

15. S. U it\\1 C '., 1J7 I II F'ABELL.JLcmoii Bo?l wick, ClementTat h\\':, 0 monthly! and t the Lad\'s Dollar New.:paper; published that it had found its ascertain heart-Specator.
"' Berry, :H'ho Muratto GMcMillin :! lv\it-e a month ... tiieh cenluii.s" as much by own gravity, n
'l rJl! :\.) COJH'IOIr.nClIAT I I : : of he L.___ ___ '
Syrup.IB Brooks, Mis* CatharinUeardslev : Dan'l reading!( any; c.f i I the. 8l: peri'idical.s' of t lie day- place l safety, said : S
It'C .1 No. ::2S Water street: RAY'S superior Lemon. siupjust} t received Sain'l 11 Mnrry, F making I luce: publications: in one; ti.ontb I < r if thesubscriber "And now be off wid you, and thank the REMAKKAVLK PuIin3ir..os.-\Ve fluid
A .llar hi'IIa Fa.
!! ) :- II.T Bale by Bean'V I II I Mabony; M: !) ) prefers I the lilIo\'ing.; i. sulid f'n (disced saints that you lave me without a the following notice in the Athens Banner:

A very c..J onc-,'. J F.-b! 17 II F .HELL. Browrdow, \V Miikintans in gs t" I the Lady's [Dollar Nev\sj'-ip l r, (.-.ht!!'ra\-I! scratch! on your skin, or the value of your A Phenomenon\\'c have received ihe
-
f' tGI I \; rNo 1 HI11"-JOX AIKKCHAXTP 1 Vermifuge.W BovverCasllebnry?-, L Aloreo, A -2 we wfiul.l not advise it. rn c ngt.svi--i:< cannot besumut I h liitle finger hurl." following communication; fioni of ihe

Hpt' ,1:1 \\ ,II"r"ircot.AjMhchicoh. I XER'S Cnadiai.'eruuihiie. for sale by J WkooAlIl:4l.r, Capt thr-.ugh the mail without !being rn;
: _______: : 1 I a.1I.l.l Fob 17 II F .\HELL: Clark, J N n 2 Meyer. Louis ( ,) w.' will i-t".n: ] I !he !b autiitil Plate con- !i bishop to turn his back the this! which ciii.vrw of
desp-iiler to
place ,
Jas GJt'rrill taining ;time po'rf raits rf I Harriet Newell. upon we invite I the pnbhc at-
; Cameron N : t
;
""' W ii.ti A. U'oooU. : : Fanny ,of his )
EISi oi cV Cl). Storage, Clark, W I D 2 Newton, Capt Henry FOITI'-Il'I', ;\iis. Stewait I t, ::\lr";. Ann i i I II. Jiulsou. j worldly goods and having no weight tention. Not having observed! the Heavens

C n IIJ1 I O N 2L11U113.NTS( I X :Fiiv\u vJ.Proof.",. Store No. :-21 Water I D. 15.street WO'OD", hy. Corwin, J B Pwcbcsjjii ohnCarler and ilrE.. 13, Dwigiit) a-d; I the pLtes of Clni t I j 1: t lo "carry:hand, he set ofT"at what equestrians term minutely at the hour mentioned. in time communication

4 A Vl OKAI.Kns: IN RevdCenlene Powell, Tbamas Weeping over Jerusalem; The (Opening; of I the ;, !a canter; scarcely, however had we are ai the first of ,the strange

:1Y{ (JOOHS. (!ISOCKUIES.HAnnrARRt Saddlery, &c.S NemcciousCboafe Preston, Thos 2 Sepulchre, Deliverance i ot t St. Peter and The }I IHtll 'l he reached I the middle, of t the precipitous appearance mentioned in it :

TIN WAKE, BOOTS :11 0 ES. HATS, :\ \DDLES 01 various patterns and qualities, Capt E I D Porter, Benj c. I If preferred: to"I lie NCI>;I'Pr or plates, I road, when, he perceived his persecutor running Mr. Editor : Are yon or your readers:
CAICU'OCKCIlV' SHIP Davis Israel Poiter PeterIJoviiison we will -send Miss Leslie's N \'l'1111ulI'lla and l after him. He
CHANDLERY Hrulle curb and SlIaUle bits, endeavored to redoublehis aware that a strange t henomenon is to be

S Cor. \\Tater and Chestnut, X'c. !ts.Apalachicola. Saddle Hags, Delano, Lewis Ooo 2 any three of Mrs. Grey's or Miss Picket ins;'i popular h speed. Alas what chance had he in a seen every night about' half pist 10 o'clock

Dec 9 Fa. Martingales and Whips, for sale by Dresser t, B K loan, T T novelFor -. I i race: with one whose muscles were as strong in the Snth'1; I It seems at first be
[ +- __ Dilworfh YoikDouglass bee J CHandolpb Five Dollars we will; send( two copies ofthe sight to
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WM. G. PORTER & Co. citid plastic
1 *
TRAJI.: as high tempered steel ?1 of
pM t'C, LLA. tilHTAVK H01\UrN. Book and ct of Ihe simply a star reddish appearance. But
Dec 30 41 Water street. lIon Tims E A Lath's a > I plates to eachsubscriber.
JT['Cilla & Uoiiiain. --- ---- FleinmingV Heed, Sewall i "Stop h you 1)1 uzhle-tooted t thief of'the look a moment and! you will see it b'azin
COMMISSION. Oil Cloths and Carpcte. For Ten tfbrld !" roared the robber" stop. I tell and then (he
MERCHANTS, Friel Win fluff A Dollars we will sI'IH1'lirOl iel of up light dying away. It is

No. 9 Columbus Block. 15 PCS Oil, Cloth, 1.and 2 yards wide; Finks, Simon IogersV P 2 the L'I'.v'Bllok'!. and a copy to I the person' sending you I've a par'ingvord' wid you !" constantly moving, sometimes! in an upward

Nov. IS Apalachicnla. Fla. :3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; Fraser. Jesse t Hdvvley\ S H the Club, and a set of plates to c\rh. The exhausted and defenceless clergy- ilirprlinn and somf'timt's- in a fin-In. Ittnojes .
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r. .1: : : a I
For "
2 Stair Dollars eleven ..... 0
Utitlcrvvooit & O'Donel PaU Roberts, D Twenty copies of t he Book ..&' ". 'U,. 'u .v...... "'3 westward, and i is seen for several

Caigli, 10 Tufted Rugs Gillespie, Capt 5 Setntned, A G 5 and a set t of Plates:; to each s-jlwcribcr, and a copy njii't;; su
TAILORS For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. Gibson Jas Smith J C of t the Buok to t the person sending i I the C'mb. fellow approached, and his face instead of! .

-'ALTZI-tt.S BUILDING Dec 30 41 Water street. Grist, David! Solomon H For One Dollar we will send I the Lidv's. Book i its former .
CHESTNUT-ST., ferocity, was lit up with a whim! P. S. 12 o'clock at nghr.-\\.c; the
.1 1 months, and for 25 rents No. stop
Caleb one
I Godley, Stone, S H any Postage
S I Apalachicola\ Fa.. Kinuccts. 0 Hodges, II: 2 Storer D W to be paid: on all orders. s roguishness expression as he said : press to state that we have seen llitr phenomenon -
Capt
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4 ::1-All orders attended to with punctuality SPRING and Thumb Lancets, just received Hancock Nath'l[ Sylvie Capt Jas Address, L. A. GODF.Y, And is it likely I'd let you off with a described! by our correspondent,

and de patch. Jan. 20 sale by Hamilton, W E Simpson.C S 113 1 Chestnut street, Philada.With hotter coat on your back than my own 1 and and as he described it. At the hour of 11

-- : Feb 2-1 H F ABELL. Johnson, Benj L 2 Taylor, W S :any: newspaper giving Jhe above a few will I be after losing the chance of that' o'clock, p. m. it may be seen. 'Tis wonder

HI. N. Scott & Brother,; for cash by James Levi Thompson, S AJamisln.lIiss i insertions i we will I excha'igp.Mustard.: i ilegant hat and wig ? OfT with them this ful !

l WHOLESALE MID( RETAIL DEALERS INT .: ffA1psbCaSel' & CO. Mahala While, Wilson moment, and then you'll be quit o* me." ----- ''j
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DRY G ODS; CLOTHING: BOOTS SHOES Dec 0. Cor. Water and Chestnut st.Drrigs Kilpatrick, D S Wallace, J B The footpad quickly divested the bishopof The t
I SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard in following is decision
a
UAT' .
&c. in
--- -- given thej
? -- -- -7 : Kelley, Capt tf Williams A A A his singlebreasted'coatlaid violent d j
S Cor. water and Centre-stree.ts't ; aiicl lIedIcInes.IIE tin boxes, for sale by New-York United States
; Kelley, John Wheaton Chas District Court of
h
hands the clerical :
hat
Dec 23 April 27 H F ABELL.MOFFATS upon and full bottom) -
Apalachicola f received from New
Fa.VM.W.SIMp. has
subscriber just
Kay John Yen!, Mrs Nancy Admiralty, before '
JL and -- ed wig-put them on his own person, and Judge Beds ; '
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fresh -
WM. York per brig Virginia, a large Persons for of t the above letters -
,V. CHEEVER ccr calling any
'S
S stock of Drugs and Medicine, and all articles; will advertised. LIFE PILLS AND PHE NIX then insisted on seeing his late apparel usedin Sylvester Baxter and others vs. Horace d
Sims & Cheever please they are
; say just received and for sale i their stead and loud laugh.ran Leland and *
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COMMISSION I usually kept in his line, (10 which he would re- JOS. S. MAY P. M. hy ; a others.-Action to recover $430 "

Office No. 36 Water MERCHANTS street. ; specltully call the attention of his friends, and Nov as H. F. ABELL, Drugsrist.I \off as though his last feat was the most 40 freight, and $21 50 primage on cargo of :

dec23 Apalachicola, Fla. : the public generally. Western Produce. rushes. meritorious of his life. flour from New-Orleans to New York. De- '*

I Nov 4 H F ABELL. ST. LOUIS Flour, Ohio do, Lard, Whiskey, Clothes, TeethNail and Shaving Thiukful at having escaped with unbroken fence that floor was delivered in bad order :

S. .1. It. & J M: Hiill, Seeds Seeds Seeds !tGARDEN : ar, choice and prime Molasses,Pork, mess I !IAIH.lIat.for salcby I hones his lordship was not long in and) damages exceeded amount of freight.,
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fACtORS ,
&COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Seeds just received, and for sale by and prime BaconHams SiesaIH1! Shoulders for Feb 21 II F ABELL. overtaking his carriage ; the servants could Held that owner of ship is not responsible. *
I No. 43 Wator street sale by B. ELLISON & Co. .
ABELL. not repress their laughter at seeing their for damage to
H F accruing
Dec Congress Water. cargo merely from
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APALACHICOLA FA Dec Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
.__.-- __ _,_ -.<- -- U ST received fresh, and! for sale by master in such strange and molley attire ; sweating of the ship. Held that they are **

t E. C. Roberts.. 0 Potash. : School lioolts, July 8 II F ABELL. hut there was; in his face such evidences of not answerable (or damages received by .

DEALER LBS just received and for sale by ale l terror and suffering that flour
IN HARDWARE i SHIP 2000 FOR hy Lost they speedily in being slowed in hold of a general "
Nov 4 H F ABELL. 17 H F ABELL. checked their risible inclinations
CHANDLERY. IRON particularly ship, over hogsheads of and "
STEEL NAILS, ---.- Wednesday last t" on Water street, a MASONIC sugar with corn .
j' SPIKES.. AND CASTINGS, Clarified Su{ar.Kf Dysciitary C'l'cUal. : ON BREAST-PIN, Enameled. The. when t they learnt by a few brief words in bags above. if the sugar vrss well coopered /

4td Manufacturers of,Tint Iron, and Copper \ BIlLS, New York Clarified,just received, DO. WOO'DRUF"ps"Dvsentary Coidial just finder will be liberally" rewarded t by reluming the the danger he had undergone. and stowed' and the stowage of flqnr.wa. :

*J\J and for sale by and. for sale by same to W. A. WOOD. My dear- W ," exclaimed his affectionate secure and proper. Decree for libellanti for :

Jan 'S want.Apalachicola; Fa. Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. Dec t 0 H F ABELL. J(,<. 2, ISIS. wife, after listening to the ac $451 92 and cost?. +

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Unfo!!. I Isurance of their liberty; ;and;;; ol all the blessings -' no true measure of what, it is worth to him ; I highly than they do Southern institutions ? For the Commercial Advertiser.

While the fanatics of the North and the that good goveinmenl can bestow. yet how often is his appreciation governedby I But we recur (to the ideas, which have l EDITOR : I .
equally= dangerous ultraists of the South are These relations have been alluded to in no othf standard, as if there were a i 1 at sq
been suggested by reading the articles befpre In paper of the 4th of January
Your .
exerting all their power to bring the two no partisan spirit, but in the hope that we at pleasure in expenditure l't ft. Let your- run,
sections of the Union in collision it is refreshing last see the dawn of an era ardently desired sell 'feel a want before you provide against alluded to. I seems (10 us that if Southern look occasion to remark upon .the laws

to read such sentiments as the following by every lover of his couniiy-t\hen the! it. You are more assured that it is real Editors really believed that Southern rights eciing the colored crews of vessels in tenet

from the recent message' of Governor discordant elements that have so long disturbed want ; and ii i is worth while to feel the.relief ff'cre in 'ls7C apparently the 'most judicious port of Apalachicola, and upon 'cert plie r
Criiienden a patriot -of lire -Republic.We the public repose tvillivc;; place lo fiom it. When VtH are undecided as to of all,
course would have been have movements in the Chamber
commrnd them lo the reader anti hope I morn fraternal. feelings: and ihe pure patriotism which of iwo courses you would like best, to passed T f
they will sink deep into the heart and bring 'of the Revolution prevail in testy choose the cheapest. This rlei not b y any opportunity of dealing blows at Their tog effect their alteration. I spoke of '

'forth the fruits of patriotism moderation American IH all.I only save money but save a good) deal Whig brethren had any such really been movement as an effort to change the ) 1b:

and union. The conf"deiacy must be pre- I ------- of lulling indecision. Too unit:ht leisure presented, to h.+ve sought to secure of f this State 'in this regard J, and slated ntle
nerved and will be in despite of the Aboli. From the New York Tribune. leads to expense ; because, when a man is .mi
A Sketch of Iritis: Xapo'.ro'i.The '! concert of action ai 'Jlnu', the better to my belief that those most interested '
'lionist of the North .IIl\.ltJw Democr.its of in want of object, it occurs to him that iDdq.
the South news of the election of Louis Napoleon they ate 10 be had for money and he invents repel the perils threatening institutions change, are men not identified with the

Governor Ciittcndcn says : to the Presidency of the breach I Republic expenditures in order to pass the from abroad. rests and the fortunes of this State. JD1

If we would act in the right; spirit and I will naturally excite Mime curiosity. t i ne.'Paylor's Holes from To declare with one breath that the institutions In answer to this, an article in your but I ,; .
under"the influence of sentimtMVs, in regard lo his history and.) public hai.iriet.Hithciio Lie.COII moo
proper of the''South{ are 'thrciitened with of ihe llih, Written wiih the temper
( he has been known through "
;:Jive must habitually contemplate ouiselvcs only ::
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and our Slate as members of the steal National the foolish alV.urs: al.Sirasbuig, : and Honlogne ] ] l1DVER'fISER. destruction, thereby exciting ilnrm in the good sense unusual in discussions upon c0ald

Union. It is in and by the Union his published! woiks. notwithstanding UI111.. public mind, and at the same moment 7to cal 'su'lJ'ects of controversy, charges I celbt' t> ,
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that we are known the nations of the the nu'iitscLtinted 'hriheml b\ I hisadheicnts+ : - n *
among APALl > JAN. 25 till farther create confusion by charging however, with a niissiateme'nl of the acti I
Earth. It (;lilc'cln! enl.iige his lepulalion.; His CHlOL.' T'RsbAY. 1849. tor
is in that Union ihat we are respected having : ,
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in the worl! 1. And under the joint !life has: nevertheless, been somewhat eventful jnfeN
protection of the government; ; of the Union I and he does lot lack the advantages: of The following gentlemen are authorized jortion bf the leading men_of the South, avoid an appearance of captious oa '

and the government of the Stales, we have varied fortune auirveie lxprricnce.Vhe- A gents for the COMMKKCIAL: rltivFtt'rr) :ta:, and wil could scarcely be considered good policy, to a measure which has certainly the ft
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the amplest securities that patriotism:+ and ther he has profited by them, remains tube receive and receipt subscriptions, or advertisements even if ihe'charge was well founded. The port of many of my fellow-citizens, and t J.
'wisdoni se ct From such hasty materials as we :- ;
can furnish, fur freedom and) )
perily. The Union: of ihe S; 4tes ii is not pios-only could proem, we havn an :aliped, lor the -Currn'FJEq.AloanyGa.. I fact that so great a danger impended over thus seem necessary to the general) ,

'il\'r1i pcnilhh to our ;greatness: hot it is.1 I Tribune the following betel notice of( his Major JACK UAUHMAN. Kufanla! Ala. I us, would seem to require( (that our minds .I must trouble you again upon this { 'prop
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guar:"itce! for out Republican, foims' of gov- history : J.J. OIl\'Jr.. .: Tulldafsce'I'a.: should be free'from any cnrroding.care, and Your correspondent alleges that "I ".
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I Chailes' Louis of Louis = : : -- !:: ;
r"r.rlli.V"h, son : --- :
ihe t rrrrvatjoni1iIie Un- Napoleon : ready to grapple with the momentous mat Chamber of Commerce comprises
'Mon. and the cn+.tiui'u: hy which' it is established I I K\ Jill of Holland, was horn in Paris: on II "Tltc unity cf government+ which constitute y are i;,
and: It-l .by which il i is r.i.iiul.mie-1. Ihe of Apii'', ISOS. Bi god-parents )| YOI oat 1 people, t, also now dear! to you Il I is tees presented for our consideration. In its members both Northern ahd of r,.
I justly so ; for it i I a twain pillar in the of, such time that tried and men," whose interests identified )
our 11ctlest I.HCICAS|,; air im2isuluhy! : blendi i writ: the Kmpeinr: and ; Louisa and ; veer real independence: : ; the suppoil of flfce a lo learn our are 'e

ed. An r\peiiencf+ of ne.ir+ :sisiy i jenrs, doling j his: chiPihood? he was; an f5pecall quillitv at home, your peace abroad-of your 11.-afp- rusted servants were hatching treason those of the State so far as a residence sWves{ <,

while ii has lunlirw'.J! the most: suiiMime: 'favniitt; of the foimrr. Oil the return i ly-of your prospcnty-ref' very liberlYwlldlou against our interests-were bargaining with ten or fifteen )'sass, and the holding of '
of fthl'rs1111 fi.imed N : from Elba; he stood beside him on \ ?o highly pnze Put as it is ( -\ to foresee iha'i
hopes our pahiutic; [ t it,
'I.II'nl that, diil. '.:rent cause.-and; from the but render the can make .them so." I have
no
fWI + quarters enemy--could danger party
leas taught, us its ir/iuablu: : v.ilue. Its ![the Champ{rile Mary, and when embraced by -, much piins will betaken, dlfirl'nl the
value will he above! ill puce lo us so lang as I 'him t fur, the last:, lime at Malmaison the to weaken in \our mild many:the conviction( employed of more appalling I true, we of the South i jection to make against these gentlemen leu

we are fit for hbeiiy. and it will (fIil: only ':'young Louis, then a boy of seven years, this truth-as this is the point in your political' f-,r- i are surely in a dreadful position. But i if the reason that iheir interests and .

when we become mnunlhy I of i it. No fill III i ,1 wished to (follow: him at all hazird.*. \\111 external iress a;:iiiul enentins t vvbich llic be hllerip riot :. of, internal and and+c- I false, what punishment does he merit who are elsewhere than in the Slate of .
constantly
I are
of government can., seethe hbeitv! tir :a i dc- j lie family was banished i from l Fralce. lively (though < wil and midiou.di! ; for all the ,
covertly seeks to destroy the confidence of the nor purposes of business or !| '
genet ate pc'iple. Kentucky, sit H;iItI in the 111111 lemoved to Augsburg, wheie he rc- reeled, it is of infinite moment that yon should*! people I Bni
heart of the! Union must and will exercise :[! reived: a good German education.; He was properly 1'lim'lle' the immense value of your national in their leaders, when they so much ety can they be objectionable to any one l l :
itifl I( afterwards! taken to where he l Union to ynr collective and irulrvidmj happiness this account but that those 1
a povvriful U'nee 0:1: i its: desiiny. I Devotion Swilzcrancl. need their aid ? ; most of the ,
that should! cherish roidial'habitual ?
to the Union i is the l'UmllWIelllill1l'lIt!- i obtained ihe light: citizenship and commenced and immovable; von attachment! tn a it, ; iiconMominyourselves Il seems clear (to us, ihat the good of ihe morous for the change) : "solicited" are

of the people. I do not know :a a man+ within a coitisc of military[ studies.' After to thi-ik! and) ."-peak of it as of the I'.dla- for other. than
that Uteri
the no bu
South has weighed less in reason
'the limits of Ihr. :Slate; who dues not enlerainil. the July' Revolntion, by which I he was I se dium of ,"O'J political safety and pio.-perity ; I inclining
'( We all feel ih..11 t wecanstfely ndv, up- cued lime proscribed from France he visited watching for its pree'atiollth jealou arxidY. Democratic Editors alluded to, to the course is at present profitable-that they will ,

tin a Union which lets sustained; : os so triumphantly : Italy in company with his brother, and i in s'l di-eoiinteniiicuis' -nicion that it can vvlntever in ;any ev-nt may I be ftiw.st abandoned l'V1 ; pursued, than a desire to profit by the the Slate ihe moment the present I alth. ''

in the trials of peace .nd w.ii!r ; ;HlclVl" 1831 took pail t in r% popular insurrectionagaiiibt ran( indignantly 'fiowning: upon the first dawning emergency, and raise from the dust the finds another outlet, and at any earlier ; sfwuld
\ enieiiain; no fear* (Mini those! who have a : the Pope.! This movement failed) I ( ( attempt to dii.'tiate any portion of our country ; ;
f.om the rest, or lo enfeeble! the sacred prostrate form of Loco-focoism. Could) ment when their accumulations \i : .
I
common inicicM 1 in it wuh' oooelves. The but he succeeded in making his escape, and tits
fraternal feeling: with which!! we ,re-;:.and then his hi at her dying;; at [Forl the same year, he which now link together the various parIs" they fan the flames of discontent and dis- them to live comfortably elsewhere: (' ion to

:and ihe filial icvm-iTcc-we ourselves: have for visited England and aftenvards returned I 10Swilzcdan'cl. II When the Wilmot Proviso first became e rust-could they }poison 'the minds of the facts 'which they do so ceaselessly and I tier,".. .

the link thai luniN where for two, three a i subject of attention (lu Southern men, all
us! together, give iissirengih or years r people by their base charges of incivism- conditionally assert, that

in tlit '1.siih that they cheiish Ill c he contented himself with wilting political I I paitic-s, WuJjg as well as Democratic, re- already made against Gen. Taylor and his the facts above stated, 1 am bound to af.
same buncrsof) hroiheihood .end I and military works, which did not to i "
willpraeticc ; appear monslrnted the
1 of such {
: against passage a (rr t _
i Southern in the late election, them. Nor are olher facts wanting to '
no intentional injustiretuw'artli usWe can have been extensively+ read. The death of supporters ; i
, beta r.t) 'heller Mcmily: for our rights that: ihe Duke of Keichstadt in 1632 gave a new law. No citiJ1 of! ihe South refused t to and then ar u there nailed to the counter, as roborate these statements : It i is ; ( 'iV{ "
that Union and) tie! kindred im tulsu 10 his amb'nioiis hOllf8.His first join in a lespectful appeal to the justice of that i j-y,: 1:
feelings:: that t I t base coinage of ihe Loco-foco mint-they a road; to the interior would r ml tree> ,
unite us with all the members of the Con I revolutionary :attempt, at Stiasburg, in Oc- I our Noith in Ineihicn-nor did any one :might destroy that parly and its leader wagon 'trade which would much + treat% :

federacy. If these sentiments ever cease: t lo tobet 1636, completely faire. but after I.1 hesitate lo declare that its would beviewed : -
passage whom the people have invested with (he shop and retail: business of this tit :
I ih.it short in power !
prevail l. trust Kentucky will be the imprisonment P.li Ie was sent to d :i
l.isl 1 spot fUlfil which+ they will! be banished+ this cOlutr". The illness his mother by the South as an infringement of and on whose patriotism they confidently A meeting called to consider the : dltS :

rrois and) even buses may occasionally occasioned his rcwr+ the following year, i the Federal compact--and even if in keeping rely| ;-and in the excitement following of the undertaking, was so attended liy : Wr
arise in the administiation ol the ind after a visit to look l with the strict let'terof the Constitution j
ellt'rill J I S\it l up : their overthrow, attain power, as their exemplars gentlemen above mentioned as that : etftrr-
'government ill the administration his residence ill England: until his second 1 .
they

may yet manifestly oppressive and) unjust to the : did the fno're in all will adnnt
th f Jacobins, during Reignof probability be t
of all governments-and we must lely attempt al Boulogne! in 1840.In c"'er '
upon 1 public opinion lite basis' of all Kepiib- I this ailiiii, ; several+l of his follnweis were slave Slates. f Terror, and ns their friends the Red about that matter. Public schools .'.
lican foMli-ir killed and he himself taken and Su long as any plan of opposition to I ihatfor I ; considered -,
governments CUI rt'cliClII- was sentenced Republicans essayed: but failed lo do lately usually necessary the \ tltdi.

The dissolution of the Union can never be to to-imprisonment for life in the Castle of | ray kindred measure, Jurposec to beenacted The sun of locofocoism has set. has; and permanent prosperity of all fir:
'regarded-ought:; never be reg.udedas: a I Ham.I The paiiiculars+ of his escape in ) by Congiess, was keeping with I ties. At ::, as ; '!
called
for
down leaving no hope 'of anotherrising a meeting the ) (
rTllelj. but as l\\pconiiinitiiiili'moflhc\\ / ? ,grcat- May 184G after an illcircelatiln of six gone \
'Cfl edit ikal ran befall us. Kentucky, devoted years\, are well known Fiom that t I time i our duly as citizens; of the United Slates befitting in its former majesty and po\ver-a of consiterr'g our means possible and i ; The' ,:i

in the Unioj. lllru".lo, it with; filial: )I until the end of September last, when he. i our dignity and character as citi.ensof President r11 the People is go'rng+ info o'fce per for the establishment of an institution i i

nnnfidetrce., and ;:0 ihe irtmo.si[ t of her might, i was returned as a Deputy to the National+I a Republic, and respectful to our fellowciiiens under such auspices as seems to promise along desirable, I had the distinguished honor I l r rrrrI! ,l:
will tnainitrin and defend! il.Vl' let i from( the Department of file nisei :
no medtlfUiorrs. Assembly Sl'ilp. of other Slates, the Whig of
press l continued and prosperous career aud presiding but had not the pleasure of as"I.; l ; area
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irr'Calcuhuions an uy ReciVon.il or he has resided in EIdand. A late London the Sooth ,
olher Corffe.uVrrtcy( bego'ile os lo the paint ofweakening journal l. in dcscnuing his mode! II life, gives was ever found ready lo yield its in a fit of desperation the Southern lot o- ing one member of that Cham'be'r whose ; ++n this 7 '

attachment hc .fu tJ hearty ro-npcrition lo its perfection. lint t the existence of tho tions we dfscus*. Th'c
our to (he (iflillll.- I low t; Jlatteiing i ; account': focos are ready to peril b'o'iisidary of I

Our relations and our attachment are with .* 11c was unscrupulous in contracting: obligations when the cry of DISUNION was raised by I Union braving civil war and its attendant county is described by terms xvluch) Ie:. : t j ; \
and to all the Stale, and we air unwilling: {i which were wholly beyond his portion of the Democratic press' -when theflFuit its ; :
evils, in the hope of recovering the ascen Ea.ter limits questionable ; so 'mudl: I ::t;'Iia
to impair; them by any entangling: ; engagement : : mentis of repayment ; and his most
; serous was made to hound on lire more .that ,
prudent of which have teen as within the last d +
with pursuit the of dency they so justly year murder, f -
a part.'e are prouder' of( our was study alchemy, by
rrrftk as a member of the United! Stales thanwe he expected to arrive at the discnvety)' of of hose( conducting) 'public journals in' deprived. Hinc illte lachrynuc Hence iniited a the E;.st Pass shipping, was [ rmm-

could be of any sec-lion or geographical i i the philosopher's stone. So vigorously J t the South to blind and ret'kless support of f t the cry of the South in donate! and hence .the very utmost difficulty, shown lo + ., ', .

position tint: may be assigned i U.,. \V,. did he prosecute this exploded sciC'H", al ;ahouse ultra flfi-ITCS., in anticipation of acts whichwere ) ihe baseless accusations made against Get been committed within the limits of hkIy? ;' ,.
date our prosperity 1 as a nation from the :adoption i which he had filled up ns a laboratory+ not likely to he perpetrated-they, ,:
of the Federal Constitution. From at Cambrrwell, and su firm was his (faith i in Taylor and against the prominent Whigs county ; yet when two years since i d i co t'!.,it
with dnj ipj.iid iheir j
the government that it established we havederived the charlatan empiric whom he cOployed'tnIid a to duty to' their and leading Whig Editors of want of fealiy claratory act \vas solicited from the I z!)

unnumbered blessings: and] whatever: : him in transmuting (baser: metal into country y, fused to engage in what they lo the South. Hence are we presentedwith gisf lure, many members 'Cf Ihtf h iTII; '1

of evil has; : occurred in its administration"bears + gold that he is said lo have actually rightly (n,: .rasl, and i-.1h'iscc l projects.Ccitain :" .
apprpriated cc the revolting spectacle of a Northernman signed a remonstrance petition, with '
no proportion to its benefits. his ipvenue.s in anticipation, and I lo Democratic t"1
: {papers in Georgi ia; and
and taunted with his effect of i
In proof of tint .foregoing sentiments we have devoted) the first (milliard of his gains badgered Norlh- purpose defeating the mei 'r
may
seen that measures of mtional policy, which Fntce. in order to acquire thus an itnpeiial:r l and heap charges: of indifieVence] and! wanl to deserve the title[ of the "land chit.alT. i and an indifference too great (10 ( \ .

'we consider of vital importance to our welfare {. throne by purchase of fealty on that portion of the Whig press o gate [the merits of the application. A ; 'I I : ;llt- ,.
perish in the conflicts. of parties red The large by which he elected who have
atether majority was remembeied, lo observe that advice ; : ;,
Let who find think find with these assertions and these ; i-c. i
deemed h astonished or they it and] ol't;. t
) us ini nical to a tJsP
systems our Representative every one, of l!
which TI.I ,
Washington have *
we
best interest, prevail. Vet we did not f ill cr and I ) gave his followers the first encouragement placed to be their interest to urge the Southernpeople facts before me, equally 'evinc 'e of .

in our allegiance; to our common government '. to bring forth his name r' Candidate at the head of this aiticle. One of the.' I papers prematurely to assume, i threatening ference to the future welfare of the i I ,.

but wailed, with paiience for ihe development for the [Presidency. To defeat the acknowledged alluded to '(the Georgia Constitutionalist position towards their Northern brethren, though I might accord to them every virt :,'

of the! conclusion lo which a Republican party, he received also ,) charges the Editor of the Chronicle under heaven : ).?
and do
for the
do it is admit
Ih
so- not Whig cheerfully
or :
press
majority of the:wljole lIttiuliYuulll tilt iota I. the support of the Legitimists and the Orleanisls and Sentinel with hostility 10 ihe i { :\- rar ,
illlution Whig Representatives in Congress, to be they are as competent and clever as "
ly arrive, after a calm: survey .mt1l experience and those Comhined influences have any ; -crt
of.what would best irtnnintr the public good.) elected him by an immense majority. The : of slavery, and by way of giving weight;; and goaded into adopting the suggestions of I ever met with-and though ihere :+ i ;+

The administration. thai rest must be left to Time and fate. strength to the ill-founded and Southern !
: is now drawing to acusaliln. South Carolina politicians, nor those I of men amongst[ them-and Ihou ; be de-!
its close was not called: into existence by ; to increase the unjust prejudice sought t to of them fc 1
i4.
1 their imitators elsewhere. "Sufficient unto many own slaves-I still am cu ; !
the vote on the wish of n mnjoiiiy of ihe AMKIUCA: AS IT is AND WILL In-A recent be induced the of i \r1 ; J
people of Kentucky. Many of its most important number of the Journal) des Debais, ate against object their attach'; the day will be ihe evil thereof," when we strained to assert :hat their interests :t i of ihe 'i!

measures have nut been such as, t the close of a lon-i article on the lath Presidential they ungenerously>- lug into ihe ar lmentthe vf the tooth are forced lo make use of any- their affections are elsewhere for I won l shipl{ +

dp.sirerlto see CI1=Jclcl. Vet il has met with'' election in this ihe factor his Norller birth and, recent such direful remedy as ihat which So rea not do them the injustice to assert that th shnula
country gives
no other opposition ilnn a manly exprt'soliul1oflO views of thc wiiier in the migration to the South. diy presents itself to thc politicians of t the have none at all{ ; and as those proper they '

when war honest was' difference decllrecJ'ith of opinion.Mexico, And notwithstanding manner+ : following complmenlary } The Savannah Geoiginu gave a place i in South Carolina school. May we never realize induce a law upon the community are rho \\s. ai '

this, its columns, approving rather than condemning their dreadful foreboding i At least, who share its consequences, I i ,
the opinion t prevailed that .For the rest, never did] a President come must O" :
it might have been avoided) by wise statesmanship tutu power under happier auspices.: NoithAmerica the base and slanderous letter addressed it is to be hoped that the intelligent and assert thai these are not the proper ones sb 1

still Kentucky! responded to the enjoys ; degree of prosperity high to the Uni-n by a Northern Democraticmember patriotic Whigs of the South, will have exhausted : recommend : change of domestic I ; air, '"

call of the President not hailing to debate er than she has possessed, since the year of Congress portion of which other method) of the State of Florida. policy ; ; ,
every securing I
the necessity of the war but finding in t the 183G which was followed) by q disastiousleaclion. we published in our last number, with n it b
fact that it was declared by the constitutedauthorities Capital i is abundant in the United our their just demands ere they admit to themselves But your correspondent asserts that' { in at a

of the nntion-a sufficient claim Stales. Europe, alarmed by revolutions is comments. The same paper alleges that that the time has come when they change of policy was solicited," that it phrC- I

upon her patriotism.: She has come out of sending there a part of her own. Agriculture I the Whigs of the South with Urn. Taylor are compelled to choose between Disunionand I ihe policy of the Slate to prevent free u may l+e
that with an increase! of glory being behind is extending and becoming at their head, are to barter I
more per pr.parec away Dishonor. We rely too on gross from having communication with it Iv
none in advancing the honor of (the national fect. Manufactures of confidently
ad Southern fur Northern
:111iurs are van- rights voles, lo aid) disi;
dag ; and to our brave volunteers who gained i, cing wiih giant steps. 'rll probability of in ihe maintairianceof fire t the justice and patriotism of the American thereby corrupting[ our slaves" aud that tii

for ns that proud) eminence the thanks the high prices of food in England during ascendency of the people, to believe that we shall eVer urgeour : "would be more efficiently carried: out ] ;

of the Stale are due. If such has'been her the \\inter. determines the embarkationut of a Whig party. In a late number of time Georgian just rights without meeting with that the means" proposed .ihan by the the

action through the past year+ may we n great deal of grain and (flour at a<$mtageous tin re is an editorial speculating on respect for and observance of them which law." Was no change of policy solicited prose epi- '
-safely promise thai ihe administration of Railroad
or
prices. enterprises are ihe probable which General
course
multiply
Taylorwill
Gen. Taylor will receive a cordnl I support ing, and i railroad is beginning to he seriously in which the writer hoy} merit. Let us, then, treat the alarum; The policy of a Slate, is declared by i

from the Slate of Kentucky ? The veteran talked of sixteen hundred miles in pursue insinuates of |busy demagogues wiih contempt, and laws beyond whose intention and effects that.

patriot who has been just chosen to administer i- length, which will unite the valley of (tl,11lssissjppitothe he doubts of his fidelity to the Souih, and ever remember the admonition of our glorious '- may not look for its discovery. The Intelhot should i

the government of the United Stales ( Pacific: Ocean and which seems to think thai; shoulc he vindicate h.rrigills Washington. ) of the law ,
was not so much to froni
was brought to Kentucky an infant in I his with the communications already existing by any of his he must inevitably proteouselves '
mother's arms lie was here reared) to that will permit one to traverse from one part of lose .the act'l of Northern ----- from the presence of free ne ro to dis i}

vigorous manhood and with those sterling the American continent lo the other at i its support Whigs- To be entitled A Dil as to prevent their coming, and it does the :
in which the Editor intimateslie an explanatory: of t ihe
virtues that have sustained him I case must iCt
through along greatest breadth. Happy country-flourishing several acts in relation lo ihn migration or eminently well effect that purpose, that th j
period in his service. There look to the Democratic for
; country's Republic Here are the fruits which + party support free persons of color into this Stale.: never come, as the colored crews of vess of }
is, therefore, a natural' reason for our confidence arc gathered when the laws are respected Admit it.-We ask the Georgian and i iis SEC. 1. Be it :' .
enacted ;
ia by tho Senate' ant even, and gentlemen
and attachment. But he comes into and public morals have sufficient are constrained; thetof
authority? compeers on what terms are they preparedf House of Representative of ho( StHto before
liii office with the avowed ofnde.arcniDg fore, so to ihe law ;
high '
purpose to restrain, within legal limits, the turbulentand t Florida in General modify as that t '
him their aid 1 Do Assembly convened
to carry out the principles and factious minority and the violent grant they expect inconveniences of their
chiefs Thai from and coming be le s
policy of Washington and this should commend which exist !in coun1r | him to .walk over to them," as the Norihern alter tho pnmugo O of ihh net, and may and ',.
every all vessels they thus be induced
him to the affections of the American ) Democratic member of Congress arriving! in tho port or 'buy of Apalachicola I may ID do s differ ,;

people. Ic will be his aim 10 soften, if he MAXIMS ON MONK .-The art of living in his letter lo the Union 1 Or,suggested, remain with free hoard negro crn**, tlo nnio 'fht policy expressed by that law is Ili i.it ; yet if
are they may on of unoli without
cannot extinguish the asperities of party easily as lo money, is to pitch your scale of under no circumstances is it the whicH} '
strife-to the its constitutional living willing, finite sake of seeming the defeatof being nrcslCcllul eonflnnl In the 1 policy
give to government oue degree below your means. Comfort provided jai Ihe State that that class of men con
divisions of power' as they were and enjoyment are more dependent on the Wilmo't Proviso by General Taylor no mauler, cnplnhi, or us-that may I

designed to be exercised by.its frames, ando easiness in the detail of expenditure than veto, to yield their opposition in such matters I allow person, lUlvillf clinrgn of wets vowel, shall; amongst expressed by the pres e the ,'
,"snl lo imchor law, (for I believe the are ;
nearer than Legislature has
United! Stales act
the of the
make
( Congress upon one degree's difference in the scale. of
policy about which five
the true exponent of the will of their con Guard against false associations of pleasure they may differin miles to lle city{ of Apalachicola, orb in accordance with the petition of the Ch _,
opinion with him and the wly c allow such: negro crnwii lo have communication ef- t
party
stituents. wih expenditure- Ihe notion that because ber,) is that there are conditions mind (
Under such an administration, guided by pleasure can be purchased with money elected him-the Taylor Whig parly ?_ the with shores any olher vessel, or shall land which it is the policy of the Slate thai ; that of

principles{ and motives, the people of) therefore money cannot he spent without Will they do this-or, do they prize the upon of'said bay or port, unless k th be '
by oilier come and
the United S.ate.teem to have the beet as- enjoyment. What shipwreck or providential cause, may ; without being an I
a thing costs a is Sub Treasury and' the Tariff of i '!-
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The chief predisposing Per steamer Boston-300 bales cotton to N J APALidCOLA BMIUfilffl.\ I Antwerp.
cleanliness.
be derived from Deblois 52 CHEAPEST BEST : THE splendid ship PRANCE. Cap!.
; to T L MitchH 152 A N
to McKay :
causes of every epidemic and cholera te Co; 145 to Wvlie & McKenzie.; ,,,"P,. .,fe
amongst them, are undoubtedly,moi tur(, animal I Iand Per steamer Fashion-C22 bales cotton to 1J1 1. ...;.: ''i '' ; d-.r'R.p' 8 to 20 Splendid Wood Engravings icfitted for the season, and the subscriber 'or the above port. F., freight apply to

state of discomposition, lawson & Co; 215 to Sims & Cheevcr; 106 to W jf i. # lul takes pleasure in informing: Jan. I NOURSE. STONE &CO.
vegetable matters in a i tr Porter & Co; 70 to Nourse, Stone fc Co; G5 to "! .J I .. ': each Mouth II S the public that he is new, in readiness .
filihot all kinds, and in general whatever produces Harper & Holmes; 32 to Lockhart & Young; 85 "' r.'.7. .',: : ., for the reception of permanentand For New York. *

atmospheric impurity; all of which, though !, 13 to Wylie & Nc enzie. j'. ". .ro..4ii-. ," !- Q'. This unrivalled Family Magazine, universally transient: boarders, at the usual rates. His THE regular packet brig) ALAn. ? .
Per fteHmer II S Smith-317 to W A & P C t the Press the Howard, master will hare
xsfi acknowledged by as BEST American despatch fu
with the ttts itt.... chef Tcuisine and traveller
they may have but a remote affinity ]Katn; 182 in A N McKay & Co; 235 to Harper & ; .f \ ._" Periodical published, offers at the commencement H an adept, may _ the above pc rt. For freight or passage
exciting cause, have the effect of lowering tIC Holme.; 101 to B Ellison & Co; 87 to Sims & A. y. f. > of the 3d volume tusual inducements to depend upon; having all the luxuries and delicacies apply to W. G. PORTER & Co.
.' o. of the the best
( I market served in
hevcr 26 to Nourse Stone & Co. up style.
health and vigor of the system, and of increa_ IVr Meamer; incy-233, to:Lockhart& Young; ,..' 1 v..z. ..l"' .'I:,. ,,,;. subscribers. Its features hereafter will be entirely I The BAR w now and will at all time be kept Jan IS 41 Water street. ,

ing the susceptibility to disease ; the practira1 : 45 fa J liy \ Cn; 11 to B S hIaw1ev:24 fo1. G. WILLIAM D. MOSELEY American, including, I supplied with the choicest Wines, Liquors, and For New York.

recommendation, i is, therefore, the obvious one to ltaney; 10) 10 A N l\lcI\ay & Co; 7 In Sims & Gotfrnor of Florida. JMERICJMT TALES, Ciz"r3. A continuation of the liberal custom THE
superior 'fast sailing but
AMERW'JJf PORTR.lITSI.l1ERIC.1J packet
1-c-r.
Cheevcr W
; 27 to G Porter C.; 4 to Wyhe .V; heretofore bestowed, is respectfully solicited.
and dwelling-place clean. This McKenzie.Per It is by law that elec- : DAMARlSCOTTA.Haww.tnasler.will
keep the person WHEREAS, required an ./ 7.-1LES, JOHN PARTRIDGE. .
would require, carried to j it* fullest\ effective steamer Pe'tona-778 bales cotton to Lock. in this State on the first Mon. jMERlCjlAr SKE TCHES. December 9, 1S19T ,rneet with immediate dispatch. For
wat should be allowed to lie on hart & Young; 4'to Harper te Holmes; 135: to A day in"May next, for a Register of Public Lands, A series of Engravings, from the Paintings of freight-on deck or passageapply to
length, that no N McKay & Co67 to Wylie & Mclvenzie. hold th'e in Oetobe' Jan 18 D. B. WOOD.
to until flr.t Moi.day 1830'also ; our best artists, including Cole,Gignoux, Durand, UNITED STATES
lots, that cess-pools should be cleaned or purifiedby Per steamer M A Moore-370 to A McKay Ac for Judges of Probate for the several Counties Edmonds, and others, is in vigorous preparation Wholesale Warehouse For .
Co: 362 Wylie & Me Kenzie 200 W A te P Clothing Baltimore.
a'genfs that there should be no ; to to hold till the first October 1851
disinfectory O Kain; 57 to Lockhart & Young. Monday and the facile pencil of the inimitable DARLEYis THE fine new brijr ST. ANDREW.

'dung heap's,that hogs and even poultry should be I Per steamer Viola-362 bales cotton to'Harper and for Justices the Peace for each District in now actively enjaged in punching, Holden LEWIS iV IIANFORD, .,Cromwell masfer'wilI, l'avedispatch for

'excluded from the vicinity dwellings, and that &: Holmes; 235 to N J Deblois; 129 to A N McKay the several Counties, to hold for two years, (all with his Portraits of the Public A'cn of .Ame ,the above port. For deck 'freight cr
Ac of said officers continue in office till their 'flfos. 252 t.V 250 Pearl Street, ,
Co; 110 to T L Mitchel; 49 to J C MacUy; 40 to suc- rica. I passage, apply to .
jartment's. should be frequently and well venti- to W A & PC Kain., cessors'shall be elected and qualified :) The PORTRAITS OF DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN (Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip,) Jan IS C. ROGERS C, .

lated. Per steamer Albany 50 bales .cotton to Wm G IT is HEREBY ORDERED, That the said.lec- DIVINES will be continue din every No as NEW YORK. & )

'stI.'Nexfto f cleanliness, experience"shows.that Porter Ac Co; 16 to B Hawley' ; 45 to J Dav & tion lie.held throughout the State, 'according to heretofore, with life-like sketches ot their lives \ F wcnty Dollars licVvnrd.RANAWAY .
On 43 to Lockhart & HAVE: OX HAND LARGEST ASSORTMENT OFCLOTIIF'li'G
Youn THE
; 11 to-A N McKay
; law and the
officers whose duty it is to order said and ministry Each No. will be filled with
.dryness of. dwellings. should be promoted, in order & Co; 71 to D G llrney; Wylie & McKenzie. elections will take notice her of. from Ihe umfcrsigr.ed en
TALES, POEMS, ESSw1 YS.REVJEJVS. ,
.I
Per steamer Lotus-150 bales cotlon N J De- the 17th Novcmbei last Ihe .
t i
of retard the propogation of the t fotlrmine
to prevent peculiar Witness hand and the Veal of t'ie
treat SKETCHES .
blpis 274 Hill Dawson & Co my INHE
I' ; tp ; 117 In A N Mc scribed Negro Man,
cause of cholei Kay A: Co; 74 to .Lockhart & Young ; 109 to Harper Stale given at the Capitol, this 2pth d iy TRANSLATIONS, IT M TED STATES. He i is 5 feet G or 7 inches f'anel J CHAULE. .
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9th. But wtirc'; individual exertion i is indispen- A5 Holmes; 50 to W G Porter & Co.IVr [SEAL.] of January, A. I). IS 19., and of the Independence TOPICS O'F TIlE MONTH, old, and weighs: 140 or 145 lbone
s'eamcr Knfaula-274 bales A.XMcKav of the United: States the and will embrace thit Adapted to the Southern and Southwestern Markets or two Ireth
health cotton to ever t i:iz Amusing, Instructive out below ia front.
of the the
maintenance I
sible to'tIle I public s reward
Ac Co 173 to Wylie & Mclvprizie; wil tithe tVP
; ; 48 to 3d: ami Readable now in procre'-i i in! the world. for his
of purifying a densely W G Perter Ac Co 82 to'Harper &'.1101111f'8.Per year.W. delivery to me, 10 if [. so I can
means thoroughly popula-I ; D. MOSELEY, Governr.Attcst As a Family Magaxme, the Editf-r i is cot.ti enl get him and all ( :
box Bob Thomas fin In pa% reasonable
the article
1S3
hales of
Albany-
is beyond the of : I that ) afrc h-sss.ii its rxper.M-s.
ted community power no rivalry can t,fir opposition
W J.
cotton to G Porter & Co 144 to Lockhart & I-;
dividuals, and requires the aid) of the strong arm I Young; 187 to Sims & Cheever.; A. MAXWELL, Secretary of State. value and worth, amj! he otTers it to I the world! as, S'STOTS ATVD DRAWEES, Maria'nna, Dec. 10, IMS fVERE. .

of f the law. The board of health, or some other j I Per barge Live Oak fm Chipola-137 bales cotton January 23, 1 IS-10. in tone, character, literary meritand illustrative \\ (keep an endless variety. ..
I to W G Porter & Co 13 to A X McKay \ Co. G'- All papers in the State insert two months. beauty, .kz.soTnE .MOST EXTEXSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF: Fcr Kent.
legal power, ought to be authorized and empowered Per barge and fin
Rough Ready, Chipola-64 The Model i4Iagine TiE Dwelling Houselafrlyocrnpird
to examine any building or )lot, and if it isSn I bales cotton to J Day & Co; 54 to Win G Porter I To the Master of the Schooner"Gen. OF NINETEENTH CENTURY OIL CLOi'Il.XGAND. -; ; by upder. >i intd. TrimsVcummo'hling. -

filthy or unwhol, me condition, or has upon j &Co.iU11llli'F. W. II. Harrison" alias No family in the land can afford to be without 1, "! Apply to .

''it any foul or oftensive cc:!.pool, drdin, gutter, 'I .' "".u. II. Harrison," and to Holden in 'its circle; for when such a pcriodL\l COVERED HATS B. S HAWLFAV!

i I all persons interested in said can be obtained one year for the trifle of li Nov23 Coljmb'i, liloc.;
that swine other animal IPELI1ICECE. the World !
any dun; heap, or or ?are --
Schooner her tackle apparel ONE DOlLAR .
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To R '
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ke:,t, so a* to threaten to he injuii nis to health, I and furniture : who who will not WHI! losnS!cribe? Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all kinds No t 0( Ci.Iumtn Block
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tbev ought to further empowered to remove or I'OKT OF APALACHICOLA.. . .Jan. 25. WHEREAS 1 A Libel hath been duly filed by The great feature of llsldtn is, that, ii-Jiilc LEWIS & FOJl tTI; SORT.ler For ttrms.al3y| to, ardlR
tf.'tr
abite theevil.as public nuisance,, at the expense attorney of the United States, Inns peruliarly American in Mntisnent and Xos. 252 &251 ( *t.Dec. E3t! Nov 11. NOUR-JE. STONE: Cr. '
Arrived. fteling, it s.allurs and embodies all the braut'usof 23, lSI 13. 45.31 &
of the house M.loth. for the Northern District of Florida, in the Dis- .
of the or
) owner JHII: If!-Bark Coohituate Berrr fm Bo.=ton. (rid Court of the United States for said District the Frinch, English and American periodicals Citroiv Currants Raisins Lcnioiis
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The na'ure of the disease and 'ilq proiimlv \- Jim 20-Ship, Ahfideen, Ilubbafd. fm N York. against the Schooner Gt'n. W. H. Ha'rrison," while discarding llnir Jollies and vices.A ad.A Ac.

Apalachicola.. demands, in Si-op; Fashion, Thigpen, fm Key West well combination of the Encyclopedia the Gazetteer Frhalf bbls. for sale by ,
my opinion, her tackle apparel and furniture, as on behalf -eived in
Jan re -rder, end fir sale
22 Balk by
Desdemona Mereen fin Providence. C A GREEN Co. f'.e
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some extraordinary exertion aid sacrifice onpart the of said United States as also on behalf of the Quarterly Revinc, and the IVrtkly & C GREEN Co.
Samuel W. Collector of the Port ofApalachicola Ntwspnpir, it is yet separate and distinct fromall 1 -- r. &
of both flu' public authorities and 'private'ntlft :ehr Palladium Post. fm New York. Spencer, Smoked: Tongues, --- '
.. Jan 23-Ship Massachusetts, Samson, fm New wherein it i is alleged that the Captain but }>i>. " r3'yA5 \b'y'these'tiVe'an's: ihe occuirenre York, to I M Wright. or Master of said Schooner hath violated the to commend it.'it/r to i V(ry nadtr. F Jan 11 C A GREF.N Co. I nf atid qr. bbls. j it revived and for sale b)

'\r the disease: may be wholly prevented) l, or that Jan 21-Schr Kile; Hasan, fm St Marks. provision* of the ninth Section of An Act of Congress The object of the Editor has been to give a & Jm 11 CACFEEN & Co.
Schr Creole, Allen. fm New Orleans. entitled An Act to the THREE DOLLAR MAGAZINE FOR ONE THIRD JLurd. --
Vailinc, it* tnaligf.ity : be IIll.M- d and dura- prohibit importation .
may Stfainer Qiiincy, Allen, fm Chatlahoochee.Steamer and) Holden's will T,;:!: : n*> leaf for sale by YeloPolntoes.
of slaves into any port or place within the PRICE, a glance at ( show the 0 r .
, shultened.llth.! 1 in <> *, !, I
'tioti FaMiion Cadwallader fm Columbus. ner r by
jurisdiction of the United States, from and after result. Now, lIe only asks the support of the 11 C A GRE5X & Co. 100 fne _
:lazner.i\lbany, Rynear, fin Columbus..Ste Jan 11 C .\ (;[R EEN k Co.
'1 In conchi-ion, I woittil\ urge up"n yourVmisiiliTatioii'the mt-rA ;,!ta, Vsiq Vrghlen, fm Columbus. the first t day of Jall1arin. the year of our Lord, community, and in return wHl give improvements Wooden Ware. ,

; 1 'undotHitetl! fart/thut' 'whatever'tiab I Sieainer p.\ lI'rw1: () ? fiomX'olumbns.Steamer : One Thousand Eight Hundred] and Eight," ap. I Iprew a- they are demanded.JC RASS bound Cedar PaiN, Point.d Buckets, Provisions.KEF ..

' cn toiind t preventive of cholera, Js'eyiallypreventive I I II S Smi'h Stapler, fm Columbus. ') Marched 1S07, by having on board of said { : Now i i is the (time to subscribe, as those B Deck Buckets, Hickory and Corn Brooms, for B and Pork for sale by

. of malarial and } ; I Steamer l0? !=ton, Grier, from Cxlumbus.Steamer Schooner and bringing from the Port of New Or sending first will receive the first impressions of sdle by [Jan 11] C A GREEN & Co. Nov 25 I( n. WOOD

every cthdr'ejuileiiiic' : M Moore, McCall, fm Eiifaula.St leans to the Port of At>alarhicola, a negro or person the engravings. The No.'scan be furnished from I For Sale.

"and constantly recurring lli.4a"seVo that'whatev- "iiuer L'ttuVmgate, frn Columbus. of color to he held to service or labor, with July( IS Is, if wished by subcriber.i-tliat' month Cheese. I COILS Rope luuu lbs Twine, by

''r labor may b' :alllis.d| | or expeiitiitUre made, tn Sit .Hner'Eufaua! Barns, from Eufaula. out first delivering a marist such negro to, commencing I the previous volume. 30 TJXS. Western and Northern. fine order, 100 Jan IS NOLT.; >E}, STONE Co.

the occurrence or check the duration of'ihis'threaleriiui and obtaining a permit from, the collector or i TERMS FOR IS 19-(IN ADVANCF. ) for sale by &

,prevent 'Cleared. naval officer of (the Port of New Orleans, as is copy". ". . Oiie Year. .". :. :. .:1 fQ) Jan 1 C A GREEN &Co. Georgia Ositaburgs,

: ; c 1lami1 ',",'IIi not be temporary. J An 2-Briip- Persian, Hall,'for'Liverpool, by required by said Act; by means \vhereof, ,i iy is ale 5 copies . . . . . .'. . 4 00 Goshcn Butter.CC FOR sule. by HENRY YOUNGS( ,

'3* the occ. ritm calling for them has generally i Hill. DaV.-son &'Cn. leged.that. ) 'the said vessel,her tackleappareland 20 copies . . . . . . . 13 00 '.- 23 53 Water slreef. *

proved to be,'but 'tori i be attentle'd! 'h'ith lia fincBenefit. ; Ship .Irnny Lind, Bragdon, for Boston, by Chas furniture, are forfeited to the use of the United PREMIUM : \ KEGS.Haml.ltln':3 for sale by Dairy, of a superior Coffee. -
wvquality
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t Rogers .V: Co. States and praying that she ma} be adjudged to Postma ter?, c.r other, sending 20 narrip and /
Jan II C A GREEN Co.CotIi RIO. landing and for by
Jan
25 alp
t hy E P Butts.-Brig Otceola, Burgess, for. Xew York, be forfeited, by the said Court, and that process 15 dollars, will receive Vol.; IL! of Holden'sMagazine & 200CK' D R WOOD.

Respectfully, '" Schr may i issue .C. and whereas, in pur.-uance thereofan handsomely bound in muslin and ill-edged. .. Hooks, -- -. --
Ann .
Soj.hia, Tuthill, for Key West.Mcmortmda'k
JOHN COlE, M .D. attachment monition hath i issued I from said Addicts, (j.ost-paid,) sa1.. by Chothiu.ron _
S A. Cofcrt to '1r.e directed! returnable at the Court CHARLES. UOLDEN FOR 1 C A GREEN Co. sale on consi nnier.r, a large invoice of

Room() 'inthe City of Apalachicola on the second '1O) Nas;an-strcff, N. Y. J & .12 city mad clothing, by the package l hy

'COMMERCIAL.Cotton Bark I'ob't Watt, Johnson, sailed from Liverpool Monday of February next, wherein I am, among P. S. Edilofs copying the; ab. "e rmspectu Os 's. Nov 18 .' D-n WOOD. -

: :.-:- ---- ------- Dec 11 f r I this i }port. other tiling, commanded to seize and safely keep and (this notice, and noticing the: Magazine editorially GF'Ir1' ad Lowel Osnaburgs, alrrajs on I Furnitnrc.

Statement. I 11"I.i'1 Bark Cumberland, Power, sail- from Liverpool the said Schooner, her t.-rkle, apparel and furniture will bp entitled to the second volume rfHolden's a' tl e (> liili-s i.y MARBLE.Top Centre Table .

''fm this poit, I>c 23. until the farther} order of the Court, and to Magazine handsomely hound in muIin Jan 11 C -\ Gill E:&Co.Iaagiug 1 1 French Il d-tead. and Bedding,

':1.1h.tfld 'to,.. I, B S. .-d j;: Ship Sacusj, (new) Howard, sailed from WiCJSMI :-- give due notice to all persons claiming the same, and gilt-edged, and in addition! a splendid full- and I OIe. 1 Dressing Bureau, ir-srble tip,
'H ct"I\'t'd It."t 3 d-tys. ... .75 9 or knowing or having: anjlliing to say, to show length Enjrravins, on tinted paper, c.t Horace 20 bales 1 double marble top Wash Stand. '
: India 100 coils
.. |I.r..outoty .... .. .5720:1.:) .' for ihls port, Drc. -S C'.iH1.." the same should not be condemned) Greeiy, Editor of the New York Tribune! drawn I 0"0.Kentucky! ; ; The above Ff.rnittirc hat only been in ue

1rotal.---- (: 17565 Brig Welumpkri, Efciled from New. York for this as foreilt.t; ; anti \\icrra, I have, in pursuance of From life thy Darlty, and cnirravcd by Ricliardson. Jan C A GREEN few month, and will be sold I I. w. Ayylv fo i

,;1.n..d I'tol. :1 (Lip..... J"m: fHr, J.m 2. such :-attachment f-i/.ed the said Schooner, her The I hook will I be mailed to ;uch p.ipjis -. 1.-- ---_ & Co. Jan IS J. DAY Co.Notice. .

a' .'r \.ioutol,2r.07. ( : Shit Ohir, (new) Sylvester, cleared from Bath, tackle, apparel and furniture: Now, therefore about I the I luth: r.f January; when il will I l b fI'av. Buckwheat.C &
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Tola! ..... 2390!) 9351Kl .
Me, for this port, Jan 6. notice i.i hutty! given to all person* concerned of on the reception! !of! a paper: conta5nirfigJhe: advcr-: \ BAGS ; 25 kegs new Buckwheatjust re- firm of ,
Roberts Allen Co
k \:1:i ltindnd4nP1IIti(1Hrd nOlc"' 41390 2U Ship Wm Hitchcock, (np\\) Cole sailed from said Libel and s.ize aforesaid, and that they are ti ement and nd'ice !marked. Edili-r cvpvirgthis _\J ( neJ, at.d for sale by THE will be rnadr-&and H dilv
..--- -- .. .. -- -_.'.-_-. ... -- required to appear before the said Court at the and noticing; ;: monthly will al-o receive"the Jan II C A GREEN &Co. .. hit t nsiness
--- -- -- -- !I'amariscottar' for'this! port. Jan 7. continued by fl C. ROBERTS.ApalachicoTa. .
Court Room in I lie City of Apalachicola in said Magazine each month for the coming; >ear.
orts of Cbttnfibrh Apalacliicba! '! ies Jan. in. 1 -
Brig 'nuliiley, cleared fm Xew York for Apples. '19.New
\ District on the Second Monday of February next, ---- --------- .
('"lInt''nclII. iffSf j i I. 1S4?, and. eame time in 1847.____ this part, Jan 10 being t the return day of said procesaiid the; I time Suufife. A FEW bbls. New town Pippins, next crop, Dry Goods.
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.o.- = = p ',Pr iI ::- .. Bug Herald, Gray, cle'rfifrfJ Xc\V York! for and pit1[ PC sinned! far t the hearing of said cause SCOTCH and Macoi.oy. just rec'd, I succe or to J. Stevenson
%vuII flIER FtrORTED. t 3 divti-lv TOTAl. :pasc n this port, Jan 11. and then ana there 1nterpf.se a claim, if any tl\ey J. C. ALLEN & Co.- Jan 11 AUSTIN :
;tr' jnt I the r.W '4and
corner
openiHSCaf -
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,\ ... ... ...... =,...993 .fV071.voJU'r : .. should not be condemned as forfeited, in O.'cloancc. an new
I pursue To nd Ordinance <
forthiport, Jan 11. Thyme, Summer Savory,Bonrset, Hoar- am. an an stock uRY GOODS
N uiuJVt ... ... .... .:,:::::. :.......I..I. .. .. ance of the prayer of I the Libel.ROBERT SAGE ; certain Ordinances Ice. 12th SHOES HATS. &c. to
lurk Beaver Edmonds cleared fin Xew York (Catnip I &.c, just ree ct, and tor sale bv repealing passed which they invite re"atteniirn of the former
,
'-i" ..... .... .... ..... .. ... J.. .... ...S- 9 MYERS, Marshal. A ISIS.
C ...flf4 ... .. ... .... ..1310.1310., .. for this port. Jan II. ," January 25, IS J JF ID. Jan 25. J ALLEN & Co. January lie it ordained, 1 by the Mayor and Council of the customers;of the old firm, and the public. .

'''.hc'r pirisT ....... .... ._ .i. .... ,. ....1. .... Bark Providence, Carr, sailed'fm \Var"renR I, -- %Vliite-Lead. ---- Cuy of Apdlrtcliicola! That the annual salary of Apalachicol3Noy.. 1 1, I S4. -3-Cm"

.tal to For. Poris.Vw ...-.1j3;'-. .:.5159; .67021..32(55: (- for this port, Jan 11, and anchored brlow. Lo-o-li- L Cns: N1 10. 1 Extra and Pure, just! rec'd, for sale by the Marshal be increased to the sum of threehundred Note I' Pti. :'.

\ York... .. .-.-.' i5 .rr.I I.-:3t..I I.:.313.9n""I(1II Bark Abbot Lord, Joyce, clea.ed fin Philadelphia -- Jan 2-- J C ALLEN & Co" dollars, and that so much of the first section TERFORATED and Embossed Note Paper for

,' .. .. ... .... .18 .rnl2..7M)7) ) .2n:* for this Jan 12. Albro, Iloyt & Co., Consignee Wanted, of the Ordinance, to which this is an amendment JL sale by
the
port, conflicts with of this Ordinance
'r.t\'lcf"H'f' .. .. ... c'oI'' .. as provisions J C '
ALLEN Co
1.lIl.c 1 t'II.h i a .... ..:I:: :::: .1.j. .4591I..4W..400. ).! .774. BaiV Bali if, Saunders, cleared fin New York 72 John Street, FOR nine (it:) boxepickles, marked G. II-re be and the same is hereby repealed. Del! & ,-

BIIIUnlr,. .. ... ...I ... .!:;: ( ::: : ::: :. fur this port, Jan 12. ARE now receiving into Store from their Fa- ci JUT hl'igW. L. Jones from New York. Pat'df Council, 6th January, 149. Perfumery. '.

\"w Orl >Mns. ....I ....;:. '!..1lSJI..1J: 1 .195 Ship Charlotte, Collins, cleared from New York at Elizabeth-Town, N. J., a varietyof Jan. 25., 1311) A.: N. McKAY. & Co.. Subscribers. have en hand and offer lor A LARGE assortment of Extract:, Cologne,

.1 tliirwrt; !... ... ....,1..;. ..'. .....'.. . .. ... for this port, Jan 13. new and original patterns of -- consignee- --of Goods-maiked- A.- B., -per _L sale! on liberal terms- &,r. &.c. for sale bv.

1',1 'mc..lwl......,.ZIb'. ,._1-.1, .I-I L'. .'IC(; Ship Clinton, Foster, cleared from New York Heavy Floor Oil Cloths, THE \ Eflward, from New Vork, will plea?e SUGAR 10 hhds and 5

Tu1'AdnA,1.q.I .-.-. .I. .I''j---)9\)1)) .19351 for this port Jan 16. in widths of IS, 21 and 24 fret. They are also make himself known toWM. 10 boxes Woolseys & Stuart's loaf; Gold Pens Gold Pen. ..
-.- ----. ---_ -_--_---_-__---_- G. PORTER & C.i FLOUR-100 bbls superfine St Louis and Ohio;
;' h Brig M C Draper, Draper, cleared fm X Orleansfor receiving from the Albany, Lan-jinpburg, and F the htest a d inc"t approved stjle, just
COFFEE 50 sacks Rio and Maracaibo O
Cotton Tradi. lins Tan 16. Utica J Factories', in sheets nl IS feet in width, a Jan .1, 15 !It). 41 Writer street.0.- ; received, and for sale by ...
bbls
,
port
( AfATI\'F. VIKW nK THE FOREIGN E rnTT<*. The t-chr Senator, Knapp, noted as up for this large assortment, embracing n.any new patternsof City 5FOR :tL.\SSr.-1- bbls and new crop bbls;: ; Nov 19 J C ALT.ErCa..
Fr.II'T.: AXI, STOCKS oV CimoOF TIIK I their Lease Sale for which ntc. deeds \HI hal
or wair .
LARD 5 and 10 ke Soaps.
> AT TilE 1.\noT DAn port at Xew York arrived at Savannah Jan17. ] bbl ;
FIt THE LAt FOfK
A I Ship! Peter Ilattrick Rockwell, was up at New medium Floor Oil Cloths, be given. Apply to SOA P-SO e pale, yellow and white; A LARGE( ?i'-' r meiit of Toilet Soap", jO'tc
e.ra-r.jrnn # flr Also from the Doc 28 H. G. GUYON.a boxes '- jxfd. at!-f* r sale I lay
.___\'r.s I tq:9'' J17..t9 IS.1i.7 r i 1'-15i York for thisrirrt to sail Jan 17. Newburg, Albany, Lansing- STAHCH-t Colgate's ; '
Utica and M'line e\'prv\ ..- f. and D II F ABF.LL.
'J'u burg, Factories, varietyof > ugar. mess prime ;
<''rfLal Jrllilin, .:.h.2il7. ) Schr Patrick Henry Chester was at New
1S5-75J.ISi 30 .307J.74: up .
I patterns manufacturing by them, of their, 4-lib :S rnRefin\, (for sale by BEIE'-2o bbls prime; .
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F4Ic. 4 ,
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.. .75t-.n.1: Htfi:, .$((1(1.) fi97 YorU for this 1'001Jan 17, to sail next day. 2000 Panacea. .
3-4th, G-4th, 7-lth, S-4th and 12 feet wide -J- D WOOL. TO bxs and hf bss favorite brands
OI.'r 1.f6' SI. .Hu'4fi5J( .4S2nJ': .:KJ221 .CeO.-51 ; WAIM & HOUCK'S Panacea, just received
Schr John Cas-tner, Somer, was up at X York --- ca sides and hams S
14)t4tLtdIr,. ....:J5"if)5':r39( I IS:.:12117"I: :*1I5f: I liglir Floor Oil Cloths, For Sale. ; k5 : and tor sale by

J fLl'fLIJlliI .. .. .110714(1( .lfllSfi I (! 7vSs9T. .(-.9929Olud. fur this port,Jan 17, to sail with dispatch. Alo, Malicgany Rosewood and figured 4-4 .'M'KI I S of superior Ilultor, f.1! La- M ACCARONI boxes Italian ; Feb 17 II F AHULL
... ... ... .4951IS ..S44illu4)917U.315934v ( () Hark Gilbert, Melcher, hence from this port,at. 25' VERMICELLI-5 do do ; --
!h-tr's
: and G-4lh l.lirr.
-_ __. -. .4 English, German and American CRANBERRIES bbls Lemon Syrup. "
4 ---- : rived at llotonJan 13. quarter ;
""in-ARATivE |It{F.CEIIT I, Exronr-s-A-.D STOCKS-OFOTTOV nark Edward, Knndson. hence from this port Table Oil Cloths. Dec 2"' XOURSE, STONE & Co. DOMES IICS.-25 bales=sheetings and shirtings; I T> n.\\ 'S superior Lemon syrupjust received.

AT THE PORT OF APALArillCOLA. FR( M York Also, a great variety oi nw patterns of Iron, Rails, Steel, &c. OSNABURGS- bales Lowel and Georgia; d Itirsaleby t .
New Jan 15
THE FIST OF SKPTKMBEK TO PATE, iv TilE FOI. arrived at TOSS' Sweeds American and EnglishIron GLASS-20 bxs assorted sizs; Fl 17. H F BELL.

LOWING YEABS: Srhr Tioga, Collins, hence from this: port, arrived Carriage Oil Cloths.All 30 assorted sizes; RAISINS-100 whole, h and 'I boxes; Vermifuge.WINER'S .

Rrerfnf*. EiffMtls. Stocks. at Baltimore Jan 15. of which they offer to the trade on liberal 30 dozen Brade's Hoes; BUCKWHEAT new; Canadian Vermifusre,for '21e by
1l4s; ....
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&J' 107 1396 I J ALMONDS-200 .
terms. dozen do
JS a7..... ....'. ...i6 S3 20 Crown ; I pounds; 11 F ABELL.
3316.--! .;. ..36743 5J51 9994: $7737 8214 List of Vessels In tort. Jan. 2, 1849. jan25 52-3m 10 dozen Shovels and Spades; BUTTER-25 kegs Goshen and Western; _

.1 U. ....... ..32920 12476 20454J4406 / 100 key? Nail J, assorted sizes; CHEESE-20 Bxs Engljsh dairy r Storage,
38u... ... ... .. 29311 14595 SHIPS. 'v. A. & P. C. 'Kain, 500 lbs Cast and German Steel; nR.NDYhf- pipes Otard, Depuy & Marlel ; IN 'ire'. Pror.f Store No. 21 Water street, by .'

843... .. ... .;.55914 27040. 290S5 Georgia, Talbot, 4SS tons, for Liverpool, loading COMMISSION MERCHANTS 20 doz Collin's Axes, Georgia .and Kentucky LEMONS-boxes Sicily;* v 2.)._D. B. WOOD'.

-_. .1 -_ -J C Maclay. WINES J -20 doz superior Maderia and
--.' -'--- -- ---- ----- '- Liberty, Norton 689 tons, for Llv rrool.loadmg'AS No. 4 Columbus Block, pattern; ALE-dozen Sherry ; Saddlery, Ac.t ,
2 boxes Cotton Cards
,, Passengers ; McKay A: Co and \' A & P C Kain. ; pale; ot varin'4 pttensan'i tonalities .
Per rtear .r noston-Wtn Mou'n't. E Faber. Mortimer Livingston. Barstow, 749 tons, for Li- Apalachicola. 4 do Coffee Mills; Pickles, Sauces, Olives- randy Clii.ncs and SADDLES'curb and Snalfle bit,
Per itethet 1 .Vlo-S i L Solomon F Porter Verpool Wright.. CCJ" Liberal advances made consignments 10 kegs 5 and G inch Spike ; or sale by Candy, a full assortment. ,' Saddle Bags,

TBl. !fo, II.. Ashland Rice, 631 tons, for Liverpool, loading of Cotton to their friends in Liverpool, Glasgow, C. A. GREEN & Co. C. A. GREEN & Co. Martingales and Whips, fr.r sale by

Per feteamcr II$ mlih-Messrs Danie)t Taylor, B Sailer. New York and Philadelphia. Dec 25 5-2 Water street. Dec 23 .. .. .52 Water street. WM. G. PORTER & Co.
l3enezet* Ann Grant. (Br ) Williams, 377 tons, for Liver- Jan. 11, 1849. Advances. '
Law: Wi !r uincY-A Kain, TStan"field''J E pool. loading-J C Maclay. Itoots and Shoes, Dec 30 _41 Water street.
Bet1 France, Nichols, 441 tons, for Antwerp, loading S. M. Niclccrson, FOR SALE, by the package, by TIE subscribers will-'make liberal cash ad- :T Oil Cloths and Carpets.
Per steaMer M A Moor -'frs -Nourse, Stone & Co. DEALER IN CLOTHING IS. D B WOOD. on consignments of Cotton to their
Mt'rriH, children BOOTS, SHOES' Cloth and 2 wide
.
PCS Oil yards
'and *'erv'z1, ,1ro't ,.:t'th'n\ nd I-f'rvanft1", ) r8 Grotius. Leonard, 299 tons, for New York; load- HATS, CAPS/ &c., 'friends in Liverpool or New York.t 15 1. ;
'Jo. To Kent. 3 superlngrain Carpeting
c Misi fctnn ..UuntfOr". Mi55 T Hunter ing-Harper & Holmes. Dec 28 J DAY &Co. pcs .. ;
Judge Taylor, Mer rs Pogh. McKenzie. Geo Skolfield, Choate, 430 tons, for Boston, load- No. 1 Columbus Block PART of the Fire-proof Store, No. 24 Water I 2 Srair .

Pet! ttarner Vlola-Mrs H<'Cels IIDd danehier.1543 ijlg-N J Deblois. TVc 23 ApalachicolaFa.; Enquire of D B WOOD. Advances. 10 Tufted Rugs,
'Tte.mer A *oJ-J.J Coachman and lady Andrew Scott, Emery, 318 ton;, for Boston; load- Nov IS undersigned will make liberal advances For sale by W.\I. G. PORTER & CO. .

]llu Coachman, Mriijio', J, Robinson, E M SkiP ing-N J Deblois. J. II. Hull & Co., THE Cotton consigned to his friends in Liver Dec 30 41 Wafer street.

1 er P: rfoOM' Cnol RI Myeri W Dilworth, P Hobart, Medora Ames, 399 tons, for Providence; loading FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, :Hemp and Cotton Duck. pool, Glasgow, Havre, Boston or New"York. .
FINE
r -T L Mitchel. assortment just received from New S Lancets. i
Per ateamer Lo1ts.Mrs UiaWls and 2 chil. Massachusetts, Samson; 33 t oslm, New York, No. 48 Water street, A York, for sale by Nov 18 D B WOOD. and Thumb Lancets, just received

PiiRifl, Vm Bltroaro waiting-I M Wright. Jan 24 APALACHICOLA, FA. Jan 11 C A GREEN; & Co. Notice. SPRING sale by .
PereatherE1fguIa..Mr1jawkThst Mrs 1 mhh Aberdeen, Hubbard,714< ns, fm New York, waitIng -
Copartnership heretofore existing under Feb 24 H F ABELL.., ,
1111 .
Smith; C Ibwlinl",J G WilliluiiJo -Master. il. R. Taylor, Rio Coffee. THE .
firm of J. D. ATKINS & Co, is this day
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;. BARQUESDamariwro'ta COMMISSION MERCHANT 50SACLS prime green, new crop, just re- dissolved by .mutual consent. All, indebted HATS Caps by the case low for cash byh
Exp rtiL No..2 2 Water street, and for sale by.* persons B. ELLISON & CO.

OttO LIVEaPOOIaper_. ship "'' Sales loadmg-, Hawes B W j ood.1.282 tons, for' New i York. Dec 28. 4S-6m Apalachicola, Fa. Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. the to undersigned the late firm, who will will please continue make the paymentto Gio- Dec 9.. Cor. Water and Chestnut at.

'co:08TON-Per Jiip Jenny UncT-1885 bales Cumberland, LpveJI SS5 tons, for Boston; load.ingNJ Insurance. cery business on his own account, at No. 53 Water Drugs and Medicines. .

Deblois.. : : Henry Youngs, TT1HE subscribers, Agents for." The Etna InL street. HENRY YOUNGS. subscriber has just received Irom New

Pilgrim Drinkwater, 293 tons, for Boston, loadginNiDeblois WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRCCER, surance Co.," .' The Protection InsuranceCo. Apalachicola, Dec 14,184S- THE per brig 'Virginia, a large and fresh -

Tarra.,'. No. 53 Water street, and The Hartford Insurance Co.," of Hartford stock of Drugs and Medicine, and all articles
,
Compound Extract( Cowf'lI346 for Dostonload.iDgVood Fa.J. .
and Jane
tons
Mary Dec 28 Apalachicola, Notice.S which he would
his line, lo re-
Conn. to take Fire, Inland usually kept in
.. & Bnllou. are prepared
ikrC and Copaiva, weeks after date I will to the Hon. his and
x apply attention of friends
call the ,
j "d for sale by New England,Williams, 238 ions,for Providence, F. FARRIOR. E. McCuLLir. and Marine Risks on as favorable terms as any specttully ***
J.an we'Yed loading-Wood & Ballou. good office. J DAY & Co. Jud re of Probate, for Calhoun county, Florida the public generally. ,
J. Farri & UlcCulIy
: .--------, C. ALLEN & Co. Chochituate Berry 347 ions, for Boston load- MERCHANTS, Dec 28, ISiS. for letters of administration on the estate of Nov4 H ABELL. .
COMMISSION : "
William G. Kelly deceased, late of aid
,
ilHU ing-N J Deblois.Disdemona county.
Oils Seeds Seeds !
Ac. 81 Gravier street, Seeds '
L AMP and Linseed Oils. Varnishes, Brushes waiting, Mereen-Master., 293 tons, fin Providence, Dec 23 New Orkans. The Protection Insurance Co. 01 December 28, 1 848.MATILDA L. KELLY.4S- /"I ARDEN Seeds, just received, and for ale by "i.

Turpenttoe, Lamp BI ck. Red and Yellow New Jersey. w VJ Nov 4 H F .,Bf LJ.f.

V'rd'ound in oiJ Prussian.Blue. Paris Green BRIGS. Edward McCully, subscriber being appointed by the above For Sale. -.- ,

J:1but: ? recei1'ed peulchr Palladlbm. and.r Alabama, Howard, 271 tons, for New York, loading GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, THE their agent for this city is now 2 MAHOGANY Counting House Desks. Apply Potash. .
I.e
-W G Porter & Co No. 2-Water street. prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks. to B. S. HAWLEY, O/II A LBS. )*!t received and for sale by

2 ) C ALLEN fc Co. St Andrew lotdlD-O, Cromwell Kcgere, 147& Co tons, for Baltimore, Nov 11 Apalachicola] FaJ: Hay 11; 1948. THOS. L. MITCHEL. Nov 25 Columbus Bleck. 4\J U U Nov 4* H ABELL..


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.a- -". .--,- cause I 1 i Tax Collector's Sale. I ?JLcflal Totters.In .

causes produced by irregular]ty, illness or acci virtue of the authority in me vested by law, 1- Cliild-liirth :
BY
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-- r dent. Nothing can: be more Mirprisin; than its will expose to sale, before the Court House Vie ar
Work
invisoratin ellect-f the human frame. Per Chancery. .1 Valuable Scientific upon Subjectof pi
: on Door in
;; the of Monday
City Apalachicola, on I : .
Child-Birth R. MIVEISSELHOFF
j Raphael J. Moses Adm'r Gestation and by
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sansall weakness a.nI lassitude, from taking it, ..the I-Jth 1 daof Alarch,1h19 I between the hours t de'j
i bonis non, of the estate of /if.: D., late of Parts, it
at b robust and full of under
once com energy of ten A. M. and four PM., the following real
; John Locke, deceased, Bill for Relief, just published in A'ew York, by the Author. T
its influence. It immediately counteracts the
& 'lliiii estate, situated in the City of Apalachicola, (assessed -
ncn'desaet3: < of the female 11'line, which is the as the property of Lewis Curtis and) Joseph I vs. &c. This Work contains recently discovered information pi
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11101111.1111., un I < 1 ;;teat c.\us; of Barrenricss. It will not be cx- Dclafield, Trustees of the Apalachicola Land James Locke,, Godwin & upon a subject of the highest importance

Ii I p\-ti\l-of} us, in cases of so delicate a nature, to Company,) or so much I hereof as will pay the I Cow5, et. al.: to Married) Persons or those contemplating Mar- T)

A t K n i! exhibit: (vrtificjtpof cures performed but we ; Taxes for ISIS, :.s;es--ed thereon, for! the State I UPON reading: the bill complaint filed in ria"e. It will be found of special value to those
II E !, L:1 ,; : the uliluMcd that hundred of cause, and it being made to appear by health other circumstances, donot
.11 ; \i'59L i ran aure cans of Florida a'd:: l the County of Frarildhi: together whose means, or
..ff i- ?lave been: rep:n ted to us. Thousands 1 : of cita$ with the cost of advertisement: and sale, and! 1 affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor, that James permit them to increase the number of their

.. ,i8P5BSpRI?."2s SSE S*- :j tr:lest* frnilii1 li.i\o been \\Hlvjtit children, alter (! which paid real estate is described ad follows, in Locke, Godwin & Cows, Asa Gove, J. D. Stod- family, without great inconvenience, suffering or

;C U.' d __ :''ttg&if& I j U'in; a I. bottles <1" this invaluable medicine, the :Map of said City, viz : dard, mid John D. & Albert L. Locke, defendants perhaps risk of life. A method of avoiding these

,'''f' : 1ti"'f' I i h b-jon ble-* J wilh fi i h -alt la' in the bill filed in this cause, reside beyondthe troubles and at will recently discovered
I < 10
'" lee ; ; : oiNpiin Wharf Lots Nos 7, 8, !0-100 feet each. dangers ( I

Ur. Tow11scnt'sWri'I :U'; ::ia"ina. '['0 :.llotUcrs: iitl flurried Ltidics. I Lots 0 and 7 in Block 17. limits of the State of Florida, but within the by a celebrated French Physician) is fully communicated st
I' United Stales It is ordered that be
This Extract of Sarsaparilla hss been expressly I Lots 2, 3, -J 1, T, G, 7, b, 9, in m\ k.l'1 1i : publication in this work, so that any person may
aid He'ing! of the Ag-' made in the Commercial Advertiser for the ar
r prepared: in reference' : to female complaints No i Lotsi, 7, S, 13, 11,1i,1G,17,15 J in Block E2.i I space avail himself of it at once, without purchasing
The extraordinary: licma th World; of four months said defendants A
mut in ; I requiring) article from
feinnlp who hah reason to suipo.sj, she i is apjiro.ich-I i Lots 0,7, 13: ll.in JJluckF personally any instrument, medicine, or other ,
This Extract ii u.J nrt B iUl it i is six he and before this Court the ar
Q I to
in s
put in: !that critic! period T'tr turn of I{iffy"should j Lot 3 in Block I>:. the author. The means prevention

tirnijchsipor, iiloa i'itor' .vi'l: wirr.iMied. siii : I Dialect to take it, as it i is a certain prc- I Lots J 1,7, S ih ]Ulork 1.t I. first Monday in March next, then and there to forth cost comparatively nothing, and are within! t0
pl.rj'r any s >l II. It <*nnn with nit I answer, plead to or demur to said bill filed in this th
vt-titdiivc for() any of the numeroiH and horrible t i Lots 2, 3, .J J, C, 7, tI!I, in mock J.I i.i i. the reach of ill. The process i* new, safe. infallible ,
S'-,1 it i ing,purging i ie'Mii'igor: cause, otherwise I that I the same be taken '
I as con- Pl
IIi.} ." \i-s to which females are :ii'ij.ct at this time i 1 Lot ;5, Ii, 7, 8 in mock S. convenient: simple, and cannot injure
H.liihtatinMrV P-ttiant. fessed. It is further ordered that
I of )Jile. This period may be dt tai/i'il,J'orstviralyears Lots 1 to 10, in, Block 1 19. complainant the health of the most delicate. Nor does'icurtail
'i'i lt av.1 'iiari this forward to each of defendants of the bill .
r: b-rity irilyof irsipirilhovcr -
; by miHg this 112Crlts'L+'. )l\ol'> i is it less valuable Lots J 1,2, :ll:, ((5 i. 7e" !9, H>, in HInek; 21 a.col'Y matrimonial privileges in the least.
al1.other m2li'ii: 'v' j is tint white! it filed herein.
forlhos! ." who are aroJ'hi:1'omJ1h1d; ; : Lots, 5, (>, 7, .S', 9!i, 10, in Hock 'JO. Morally Considered.The .
rniiit.J+ toa; di2i ;. it i invi: jrati th.j! t..I lli : GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Judge
} a* i il! is cal.-.iilited! to as-'i>t nature, by quickening!! Lots 3I I 1i, (Ii!, 7, in Block l:. object of this work can be shown to be of _
i h of Ih'r bsstSPUING Western Circuit of Florida.A .
one : AND SUMMi t. MSWCIN'KSEve 1 I lie! bl.vid) and invigorating (the system. ]Indeod I, Lots 3, .J), i, 0, 7. S, in Bock;! JO.! True Atlest the highest utility, and sustained by thesoundest

3 i this i medicine i is invalunble for :nil the delicate Lots 1 to ]10), in Block :J. Copy- : principles of prudence, political economy and
1 r ktvr.vrt ; it not oil p-iriils thv'i iisy I -- WILLIAM VALLKAU, Clerk.
diseases, to which}. women are subject. Lots I I 2i 1, >II, 7, t'I.- 10 I in Block 3 Z virtue. It shows bow a physiological! effect! may.
t*., ''' stn" i,*lh1} > tin pi'r ri. !Vittercalm 1 October1th IS IS. oct2110'Jtn
n "#. /Jvr. rt-i / rti* b'1 : :) !* rvr ;> latss''II bvti i 1i! 1 Ii; brare-jtho \\'hole!: :.\':;Il"n.: renew perminonfIv : Lots : Io k'. i i.i: ]flock :?; I. -. -- --- ,-- --- --.----- -- be produced scientifically and without injury to
; th! ? n.ilur.il ejior! ;;i ie.-!, by removiii tl\.; inijturi- Lots (5, 7, s; .i!I, in, h! Block 1ST. the constitution, which thousands attempt to accomplish
i ..itiic; tM'dr'i: n. .\.1 i i'\ t'ii [ii i.:?: tit ;'till: Car toil Allars,
: lip* of the body If.1 t su far stirnulatir.K a* 'o' pro- Lot t 1 t to 1 H'! in Cinch JI. by the most unwise and reprehensiblemeans.
:
of f fl nnd!.ftc
H':ret 14 'r i 11'/.1! ; < I'"t'l hJrrtn I vs. v Bill for Divorce.
dn"s'ibs' i hxalion which! is the oft.riit Lot ts i to ) Block! .. to the
.thint1! I tt:1.:; : >'.. ,rool. r.a v fie1U1,0tl1r l pK'tit casa 1.1.111 Susannah: Allars. The object is by no means new
; nio-ii -i'lc-s taken I for female tveakne.ud L"N 1, ', 1, !i' in Block! 3rri'H world. The will be esteemed all scientific
; ) : I!) !t' means by tc
nf ,
.1 I' i iIf
+' 3ot 0 '\ 'I" : 'e ; :f 1 i'JJ,1 [' i Defendant not having plead answered
diM<'. Hy tniuj;, afechotll23nflhismecicine! Also-All L JId l the U'csl I ide c-f theApilicliicol'i tniniicd and sensible people as a G
; Iving on rlght-
*v. rc coi*:3: 3 v1 3i J j i -i't' l I ll-n-i I I : Ir"1t1i'iir: .'.: i_ or demuned to complainant's bill, alter due ,
; m swre :and painful surgical' ( I; Ni-rth and \Vc-t of the of i "in of the
11. operations may JJ.iy, I City discovery physiology highest consequence
IIfm11'dtlUt i ) ) < >' j.lir.-i Jj/n( ; ; <: l.v.iput; notice: of the !filing thereof, given by publication, ;
h. pr.\\'t"ntt':1.: Apalichic. (: the \Vuslein bound ivies of morals and
;i It ) t to public happiness. ct
":aasnc.iDOJa and (he said bill of complaint and the matters
(: n.t t h1L sth t 111aers: antI }Fraiikliri ils S't. Vii.cent't 1 Ishtid.St.Joorgo's 1 .
) Co-.iiily
: :: { ; ; : : The Instinct of Nature.
_: ",: t,2 \.c.1 ; .: ] :IL3itytt1I ; therein stated liavhg! been taken for confessed
I C hh'e i. ( rlaoli. ;arf:! D..g Island, (t-xcliMvc: f Love, and the desire for union between the
: nr i :it of ,iV.rr rs < EIt: .'JT.U against said defendant : on motion of Solicitor
I :. TIH..' ( 1's *Mr 4I iivi. j'H'q iri9! nl.'flle'llit..l .* I. It is Ih| safest and most ellcctnal medicine for I I that portion of'I:St. Ceae'o: ( and Dc.g; i inland ewnedby for complainant, it3\ ordered that said cause be sexes, will be indulged, talk of prudence as we -
Ihr ai.ll'diTin] he sufleriii(} the U. :S. (iovcnniicnl; ) aN/, all I l Lands King have in all
I Without
'irilyin4 ;
sy-f.j.n I > countries -
'Y n 'r n l i rtl 1'1. !r.. ti! Hw'!t'l h .v > j ; ;;: set for bearing at the first day of the next term m ay. marriage, we ,
: i atli>.id.t'it 11,10:1:) cliild-birlh) ever discovered.: ItI Eat; of the I liar of Apnl'icJiicrli: and bs-rd'ring a debasement of on. sex, and the criminaldulgence
]Iittheir in n'Il.r i VTV 1it? t* i1i .,f rn >r'idnj of Ibis Court, and that notice of such hearing
strrigtliH'! : b.ith} the mnlhcrnnd' child on St. Georga'sSound and iiinnir.g) Ha-l I io them of natural oftensufFerins
I prevents the in-tinct
in
,> l i : : \ t be Io the lejendant the of very
or i ii ]JoC41'd"I": t" i n :itl; i yi'ii'i: or tint'vcessivc LJven: by publication a
I !tale: and! diets'*, increases! and enriches the food!, uth of New River, from thence in a direct line : and misery of the mo4 fearful charac:
.. -i I ." of this order week for the of
i'l i i!' 'n"f ri' IC. ail at1lff !>t copy once a space f
,, 1 fnp!, who tare u:od it t think! it is to the Chip'tla; ) Cut-c.fT'(: followin! :; lh Apalachicola free
indispensable. ; ter. Who, then, shall deny to man, (a agent)
1 a j.aartl ., ; If i ij hihm''it i ir. n>c-fiil b-sth before: ::1'1 ii(il:: after cOllfine.I River down to it; !tooth, i'icl'-.dig:: Fcnbe'sIsland : the right to marry and to regulate the instinct of
Jtem, hoiittJo:: ;: writ'I .L'" lilc, ,, fihti'i.rs.Msilions I- I'I term, !in the Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper -
it (S.T culled: ) the \\'h..ll' .bJIJUU')( (
di.sea-jj.s attendant ; conhiining
1- pl"'e.lt) : nature ?
pv: ut'i.- !I./ .lt'I! I 'i'li1'. hi a.l!ening upon published in the city (Apalachicola..
;I! C'hilIlirfl-h! : Co tivcne Swelliij'if acr.-s of thiul: finality of L'tud, and lO''U:; of 'Jdqtralifv.
< + Piles
'' 'InUit"I. Cramps: married; People.Yoims .
toward: tint t tjt.il .I-"u.:: ', M;I n;)!i
t ly rj. .t! ').' t :n '1'Ht it t rn"l.: TJis.Sirsa : ; t'i' ? !Fcot f Dc'spoii'l'-Miey: Heartburn, Vomiti'i ] December 18, lsQ.| 403mSierifts Married J People, whose fortunes are r.rt
/,, P.iin in: the': flick! am1 Loins: False Pain. HEN'J. LtTCTax:, .\::-.ps.* r nail ---- --. yet established will find in this work. matter to
'iirill t i< firM;II.i.r f'l .1' i ,
jy j{ I I.'.m 1rr!11 {!, ind: i in re 'ilaliiiu I the 8:'cref ion. and: (;tiiIc! -cur for Fnulii,!; : Cc-Mi.ty. Sale. intel ea them and information uf the
> deeply, ;
I.ivi ?t >iMlij! ; C- r.IJa5: !, the rircubti.m, it liar The :1''Ilal.w liL"' 1 11 I. O--ti, her 7, f 1"1);. .X,0n virtue
4 ']'iaii7iij! ; : : no equal : of a writ of fieii facias issued from highest value, which I they! should not on account
A it r'I i.v : II\ I i r.-i. .rti-M tIp 1 j jJictivilyl ;r.: it beauty: '.f! thi-8 medicine I i i", i't l i is always sate, the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for be i Hundreds of Married
H t 15. CHi.soz ignorant of. r
i i'i I li I'TI'P. i ilr? -ii'i Jo Vv m'Jsculir i Co., Co: Water razid I ICItz'st
j aid the most d.'licate{ n-+.> it most Franklin Western Circuit of Florida
succos-fully, county, People now advanced in life have ;urrd the
,
: as
sy? i' n. i t i i u 1st J .'\'rirJi i i 11'" J I'r !j. i aut ,sis.
.. .". very fiv cas.'' \require any oilier! In ?drcill"! -', ins and! Io me directed, wherein Hiram Nouive is author that if they h::d pos lilk
4:13ia1: .5-> 1iaba'I ( : 4. i "n1 little C.in-n-Oil, 01'h.h: >.i.l, i is useful.E SHIP CHAXDLEIIY. plaintiff, and John B. Maurean and Louis Pel- in early life it would! have paved them than t
Clen! a-il i iitt urlin; C. \<'I'II titan 1 : 1"t, h. ..rri4ci:1 the 1 \ /.\ Jr.L.1:1:1: {Ih'mp C"rd., e of all ixes,, mohalf re
\ : ",,>' n air, snJ ligl t food with Ihi.- levin are defendints I have levied upon and will the ( and have since
? Ir'itl.l.i '.-..rl.' lit. J suffering deprivation they 1
Cir I. : t i- trin'i: "t'll medi'-i-ie, will always e.isjiirc'a cafe ;md easy can Iliimhrolinprmiii"; M-tiline{ : Siiny.irn. :, oiler fur sale before the Court House door in the endured.

}1,11i .t. C ill ;, 0 tt tirr't C n :'is .\t':11: t. Su'j| I j fi lement. ()atumSnnif! :FIdolt'4al; ( (JOlive city ut Apalachicola, on the first Monday in February i..
ti i of 'H;! 'I!I. v ianJ r, H': 1 ,tii C If'olt. iL...!kN'1 I IJ.4l'U'J do/ Linseed do, '{ .iw do. Boiled do. S.nril. 'Pn .- Unhappy 'Vh'cs"Unhappy C
j rVo sce to the sulirs. iit-xt, l h HI, within the I legal hour) the following
pt-ntine P.iint 11 Window ; Wives who feel their
sit ; \ .toI.I)I n. It! nc Pc If'I::: F X- :?, I lilts| >, PUly11111' that physical t
pe: 'ra!i n. l'ji : ia ta' ;d', a. '.; :,1e! tl. :' I T'vxe' Ihiti+nilafeUr.TrnvniPnd's Sdr-nnarilla, Lead. IJi-d: d.). -\110\\' Uci! !<', Chrome! ( > r.'en, ;property, to twit : Lot No 10, block F" condition and health totally unfit them (become I

en i ip <*-jr< J. have iI.lrit'll.lHed', their staff! a great llf'lllrtl'l.fiu' 1 E'IPraItJ: .Io, [Im;i.-rnil do, ixhioinr; Yi'iiov.V! c r- I second! range, in the city of Apalachicola, levied the mothers of a numerous offspring, ;r.ll who

: I'em.ilcs, &('. &c .rid/ hart copied our bills d'1ri.' Litl: :ra'"JIi'lmr.; HrighlIrtlih!) ( ''pal I upon a< the property;: of said: defendants, and the o reasonably fear t hat each period: of con II1/Ifill!

liUI; .R n::: j and circulars w'li-h rohtes to the complaints; cf' dl! T.'r. t: "-11; I'ill'!!, Tnrll: 'ntinl'. Cml: Pdt'!It, sold tosjtislv paid wiit of fipri facias. will terminate their discovery 1
existence will hail the
N .,\' ..;'. \'};d 2h 1 ., \\"om.J.: word for word-other teen who put! uj;) BrnallP'Yami..i1 d" T Inh, Scrub 11u. Chlll) do, JOILUCAS, Sheriff. ,,

Pr. T..n.lrjh! l 11 -i!i i'e t'nt \':rir Sjrjli rnt>li..irll') liue! since the jjreat success of Dr. Lamp Black, Citi, !.. .' -;, 1:> --,:is Uoci;,, J-'i'n-1 Hy L'. LUCAS, Deputy.palachicfla. of !this certain means of relic; with unbounded t

''f.il.utith 'ti t *.* i t tli -n '1'\*, fir, MI'I lV ,vi 1 l'v: Town-end's in fish do (\>tlon do. IJealaVt'I; : !' d.>, Lirit) d!o, Dec. 21)) joy. Let all such unfortunate :all: ) unhappy -
.IS
: incident
Jp:1fllla: complaints t to r,15
flf "l\'i..; my li'?. I !h ire I Tor
t c-ri. 1. It b..\'n'rH ani 5 5v t.. v. At *, r.onncndeil: theirs I although previously do Tacks 1 '! S'iii' ; Hpike.lio.it; l do, llrud; Screw.-. !Shcl'iJf's Sale.I work. It will be to them a pracious

1t+t I r.tir1!11 t Itr.'j rj'intiM1'' nf !hi't,1! !, ''M I -u'it!t j Pill they dij) notA number of these Mixtures, Jack Screws Anclior-, I Il-uid-j!,.'", ( 'tp-t'in t i' WILL sell oil! the l first Monday in February boon through life, and prevent many an carl and
.c., are injurious) to) /':, alhet'a'e; Bars, Oir.:, Hlocks: ftlnv.-.s? i Jib I f I.u.Ii! I .tn d death.
5\.tlt"ll I ':r ttlv d-jbilit: ite.l :a'i id I rod-ic.! :1.1.1al j vate (lisea
) .Ii nit ovi cl 1 t-> liv'. I :h !.'" reify It !,1 rant > Ct
SIMI'>irilU Vnrt tin '!*!t'I 1 alert! 1m; a wdtdsrf'Il : This certificate conclusively that thi* [Helves Hiiok! .uid T lilllh:.'r, H.XV Hook.-! Uiierlo: I place of holding Court for the county of Franklin Scrofula, Consumption, Ins.mitypoplp.xy, t

chains: JI33Tvmr.I t 'lla f mi amv I Sirsipirilh !Ins perfect control over proves the rno-jf, obslinale Can do. Cotton do. Bolt do, Knli, do. ('.mlkins: the undivided! intere-t of Benjamin S. Haw- Disease of the Heart, and, other horrible complaints -

.'ds! t., \v II', all ov 'r th: city. I raise no hlno J dieises of the Clool. Three Irons' Milking' 1rnlnl'1 1I1f' Spikes, :ti'na, Icy in and to lots! ;>, block 1)1 fronting on Water capable of transmission i from parent ti>

.a'11 1 ny o ri ;'t h t-; 1 I.a in :. Y n can \\-ell im.\.1 i curi-'d in one ho-ise i isunurecedfttited.Dr. persons I "pr:, 1 n'lll?' I'ij'p"';; !". Cook's; !' Laiiles, Torm.iro' :, street t :,Jei II, ll-20tbs of .aid lot ; also, lots 2 and child, afflict( many worthy people, who at the

t:1e that I an: tlm'iful: lilt tli.'s! .; rj : etas P.ilm- liiei i
Y.lJr 1)1,.Ji..1It 011 lira! If, 1 Pumj do., ShovelH: 1 i1; L-'iither, Id2.t block! b ; lots 9) and l 12, block Hi ; llts.l in the marriage state as their more fortunate fellow -
To.vnso'id IItchelr.
: Dear Sir-1 haws the pleasureto ; \V\1 It.1Tra.i.. :.T. Cith trine st. and 17 block [Hi I with the Shall
I inform you: that three of my children have! .lr,. PI ur-s!: II f.'rls: ir.'!, ( ;iunlii.'ls, Hand-aw together impl'o'cmC'lItool beings. such persons refrain from marriage
f flit a '.n.th Fites, flat Tail do [Iron thereon or so much thereof as will on this account shall ,
I been cured of the Scrofula by the use of Sju ir(-. Oilman; Lock: ?, satisfythe or they tnarry. and
Tiii* i ii oily niH of I.i 'r-' I'm t'-Hir tln'uand 1 dici:1e. afflicted yonr excellent Stock ,h. IIook! < aadOlallp: ,, Ilin:.-.-. P.idli.fj;, fi. fis. herein referred to-;:Jhe same; being give birth to a feeble ofNpnrr;, destined to a life

C1'4 nf H'i'imitisTi that? f J;. TtrvnviriSirsapirilla : : m They were very severely Wood S.u', ,, P.'iid.inl, Ihi'slyarrls ll.tiid Li'jes': levied on a. the property r.f Benjamin Ilawley of suffering or an early death : The answer to
with bad Sores
1m cnivd, The ::a> It'i fO and) chrnic: : have taken only fO1r'IHtt-1 Deep. tic:] tin, 1 i.)4) do, fish do, I Jl.urJ L"IdI| !11'I'p; to satUly two Ii. fus: i-sning; out (it t the Circuit( such serious questions will be found in t the work ,
tIe it took then
eralicit its ; : away for which t myself] | Sea d.>, Shed!; 1 ::11). iltrd", Fnnnei* L-.tithorns!
CH i err weekly 'j' \t-.tJr.li1Jrv; .v Court' t orC Fianklin: Ceunty-in one of said fi. fas. here recommended.
' under creat obligation Chalk Lill"-s, Pitfh Pots, L(, IJf.ck; C.rn', do
tittr,2: > Cetera &
Camming being plaintiffs( and Be
>.tjatni n Early iUal'I'i3
Yours P rthyi:,' PillTin V..ir.- 'f.R.
jt:111. n":1h [ ,' 'If ills r":9tfI111IS ; Cn-.c'iery, Cjr,"'uteiV
C-l !
S
: .il nl 1"i'Iti Hawley (il'l'cndllitt lor the I'rillcilJdI auto of
I VAC W Cll.\INT, WnoPler-M.( Tools Siin-oi; ) Po.P.c Vc. [ Early Marriage are slroidy advised) by dt
i nt'i L'nUiA .1vlu 1, !'lhsVv. ir, Mnl.tstlieeUlinin $:27 'JCi, besides intere-t from 22d Dt-ct-mber 1
Opinions or ;I'JiyisJcsuiis. AId.lf'hil'na.! 1 1 Dec f H), ]S4?, philosophers! and ttritersupon -,(;ctJi and |political l
1 : : ';",11' of it t:, iil-i-viu: ; 1 'tti-r: ------ --- --- ------ IS I 15, ar.d cost. in the other Mil.1Everett{ subjects. : :M images
'HI = I Di. Towns: .:rd is rdmo-'f daily receiving orders I itre.'JLCt'iL'S :tiJi: !, :O '4. Early beyond all cnrsti; -'n
iv.'ir I I !.>
nl. ;}t. 1 IJ. I' 17. to then-e of Charles Miles plaintiff' and
Benjamin tend to
from : in dill'-rent of the CU"j'EJJ: ; !:! : promote virtue and happiness and with
Physicians t t Union. d.! ;
\ : St. l
puts ) do
Or. T.), H :1J-!)*ir Sir : I 'II n.' s-rf;r-yd) tcrriblv ( I RIO iimirnrn S. Ilawley! defendant! for the principal sum the
the
Thiis i to certify tlut toft : ') ri VhurYl'Il'nJ dr] power regulating; ? pracrrntivcfunclinns: ,
we, undersigned X
f.ir ni la ViHr. with! tteli'Irliittr4 n+ : foisid'raMa ; () S"II'; of $'.'{01! I 12, besides interest f from 22d December made (
P.'iysicians: of the! City or1111'1' \', Inve in nuinprOTiscn ,. :1. Git i.\ clII. P.'rlo I It: ire eln, 1'naa7! ; Hvs) Tea known in this work, may. be frt-rly( Altered s
of tlis Irni I '--nid! mt < .tt', >!> nr! I, -e-j ;jrefribed! Ur.'I'nraseul'Sat;! '-=a'arilla. Hv-soii do. Po-.vf'ionu t. Smu-iuui;: "!.>, I Cnlieri15itJer i, incurring responsibilities;
\vdk. I hid tlia ut t mt (!i-iJr3in2 plil'l:, a-id:/ 3 t lift: Terrn-s cash.
.
[ i
Cii;! j which be
cannot
j au-1 believe it (to ba one of 'fhe nio-l valuable : :'je, 1'd. I 15; icon 11.1111-, Side.Shojil: : sustained.
my lim'u \.'. rj terri'lh' svlL'-i.!J r Fhiro'i. .,'d !' in the market. preparations +i dew, M--! "'<-.s V.' lii.-key! .M---s!, :an.I Prinse Beef, JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff: Over Population of tc i ICarili.

fmtrtttle! I nt'vtJr S ,rH uriil-i 1 .111 1 t ,I'!:y -UVPIns ; ; 'h',*: nd! Prim.Poh: :! ..M.ickriel: Shad :S.inir't! Hy }15. LUCAS, Deputy. Over
II. 1 P PlTf/lAO( :. n. >, Population of the earth need he no i ior.Lerapprehended.
d nitre thn: me thi-isul d thr! ; -.\'.tali of I. .. \VIr.u"1. i). lliTi'inSo'iurjs! and Ton;n-r, Cod! 1'ISh'1'..-: iie.Pepper. .-, January 2, ISI'J. The calcuUti of ralthl1s .tad

gill 1 Von! ira at lib rJv: ti ti HJ tlt131'arttli. bv.:1I I R. I). IJIlIffUS.( M I D. ; : S;;ic-e?, C.nt8n)3; P"PI'f"r.Itct'. ((1Iin'->'! ---- -- -- --- -- --- the wild fears of Robot .

e fit uf the ct'ili.-tiJ i. T. i E KLXIKXCnilF :- D. j (Cap-r.-; Pickles, So.jji, !SH'h.: !: Tobicc'i.! Xavy ii i VtJ'I'anh d toROSTER Cotter' Dale O en, art- alike

\.'o'Jrl, Cer; ,.n''il\l % Alb Ai.1Iill 1847. Hn-ad, !Pilot tio.! (Crx-kf j Vinegar, !Dnrd} Fniif., : 4c COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic, rendered} baseless by this discovery here commu ;
my, j Ue.tns'It.; ; : nicated to the trm Id. 'Ibe control: ,
] li'tiv/ns of
'
J VMBS: ; OIJIMIXG Caution. Iaclrnni.'rmIC.ni.: : : Arrow V- cutup)'>und<-', (from medicines of our own iron
Root Corn, Oa.-I, B'II''., Wlf'itl! ; !, '.In..liird.l! Ilice.I: over his accidents;' in this respect, at Ica: i is .
and
forests
for
FflViir ii A' a pe'fecl : lasting cure (fever arid
:a ; ;{isc. I O.vinto lie! reit' and; immense 'ilei .
i suc> e;; ; For .1.- by ]B. !KLMSON: ( V 'I). here established. The wisdom of pxerei-iii
Dr. Totf M! id'S tr. t I hilt t i.* uiej'nUe.1 1 i in i i of Dr. Townsand's Sarsaparilla, a number of men D-'f) : !) Cor.,11,1', awl (Che.tn'itts.. anne and for being the best Tonic in cases of such control, none who glue. the ; :

ct4: of the Chilh and {Ftvr and \4'u. I1follo.viii e I 1: \h" ware formerly our Agents, have: commencedmikingSir -- iTt-iieral debility or weakness! now known, for sale rnent's consideration subject a c.o-

l letter H o fly i
reerivei (rim the: Broth a.ndVcst of i II".c e : Tract of Yello'.vD'Hv, fcc. They generally put JUST t receive 1 I. tr rail'; 1lI.: cJ'hl of rvr-iy dec 'i'ho: Honesty of the Work.8d .
U5)son's Compound Syrup of There is i
:
chauctcr. it in the l 1.1:1: l'I? ti'l' Ill li-ie, mt't.dic l'iMsof no deception or hurnbuggory ff
up alOe sirije.l! ) bottles aId !s-irne of '
s'JjK-rnr 'pi-iliM'; ii l F.. il"h C! ] :11' :uul Wood Naptlia: any kind about this work.: It is preciselyCh.>t .
O : v-z '. MII-'I., O rJ2, H17. tli"in have fole and: : copied our .advertisements, : ; ; 'ip and Letter( f I
I., Paper ,Mem.' liookg! I lli'o. I hhnl.! b the cure of consumption! chronic, bran its title indicates;: a scienirc! publication _
Dr. T'V.v H2i: 1 : Dur ;ir-T p >rc'1 1 11,1'J my I th'-y art' only worthless irnilations: and should! be ; ; ioks, Ledgers( FOR containing
JOllrn d., kc. Pencils a SiMiiirilli Aent
wilt t.v.\ !Intlli nf: ; of yvir ;!; avoided.I ; IV-i-holders P.iper-tod-: 1
ers and (Cla-p Rills ol 1,-,din. bhuk (the !u-nt, liver complaints, and affections of :; eople, or those conternjdatiajr marriage, t-x-
Mr. McXair, of Kilinnzit. '1,1 'Jrv it for the 1', i I Principal OTire M'l' FULTON Street, Sun : Kills: of

ver and Ayis Bf ire I lui Siis'iul, thefir.tbattle R-jildinj: ;, X. Y.; Heddin! ; w Co., 8 State street, I Exchange, Dray Receipt.blank Manifots, &c. ; the Feb kidneys)IO"J, for sale by pressed in plain language which all can understand -

it aopjirel; to \virn+ : tli: hld: and; ever J f L jlon: ; Dyott & Sons 13'2 North Second street Inks black, bl.io and] red t'-r salt by C ALLEN TnBlank with no unnecessary words put in merely
swell
to the
other tit wii! t'i > CiilUand 1 :S-Vvr aI.'f.I.1: I l Philadelphia l .St-prA:} .J. C. ALLK\T Jc Co. number of its pages. The whole
y : I j ; S. S. Ilance, Dru; i-t, Baltimore; I ------- --- -- .- : ooits and Stationer is told and the i
-- story of
means
they wire I la*+ viol l'nt ; .ml 1 b'1 ,r. sn! Ind fin P. .f Cohen: Charleston: ; Wright & CI)., 151] 5ais'i-yai'c. Journals Day Books, &.c. objects of the work accornplishi-' the
isheJ tl)3 bittltf, she: \\'.\. calir.ly relieved J, and:) Ciiarters LEDGERS fully and fiirly given, so that :
street, X. U.; 105 South Pearl street t : PI'un Iroi; single and cJlah1. hair Foolscap and Letter Paper; the reader avail himself
I PLAINS may it at without
she was nrish letter! t'un s'a has b >':J b.-foro and once, -
I i Albiny ; : by all the principal Druggists i and) Draw Kllh'C's11 ors, AII III'r, Hits Cotton Memorandum Books ;
; medicine
; purchasing
she toVc the A-i3.: Al t tv flat' had b en vorysick : .Mercinis: ( generally f throughout! the United States Spring Brace, Timber Scribes, Turn Screws Ship and River Bills Lading ; other article from any the instrument, or
author.t The
with the C'lilh' t.i 1 I'Vver, but hdd 1 broke! West means: of
a-i I t In'lies and the Canadas. Marking Gua' es Mcrticc d'! >, Saw Set, Wood' Boooks for Letter Press. protection which it
them with Qiinin:*, aid.111 l I..ft in a wee"C For sal* recommends, may also be re
very hoiesaleend! retail by Rules, Adzes, Wrenches Saws Lock--, Hooks Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks, lied without fear of
ail t ditreiin tate, a". 1 tr j''>I U'l I cvcpsdin) ;ly H. I F. A BELL, and Staples Units; ,Screw-:, Hi'ijres, Shutter Molts; Jt t received and for sale bv jury.upon disappointment or in-

with the Asjiia C "'''SoI., 'i'I ir tht <>?!!>;"*t that it had!1 Miy2.:>, I5H 19-ly :Apalnchicola.Dry. Brads, Tacks Copper Wire, Melting J i L-idl.-s!{: Rat, March 1 'IL f F. ABELL.W Physicians Professors

on my wife, she ssnt ::1.11 I procured a fd\ h:1tll.ls.and ] Traps Axes I Ihtchels CohVc and Cer-
Mills Sledge( }Hammers 1
it restored her in a fe v wec: to cnlpblehellth. [Dry Goo 1s. Smith 1 Mill Saws t Clufltiiroforuut gyiuenIn
Tongs, Anvils & .
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Your Srr, iptrillai'vithntI i n't.l cribers offer for s lie a large and seaL For sale by B. ELLISON[ & (e.'o. c \HJl.\\TED pure, just received and for all parts of the country have liven their

el'l.1l1e't ill tli3aa+e; i h.i.l.nf t'l t1; 1V..;t, ''I'l i if I'idble' stock! of Dry Goods, consisting in Dec !\. Cor. Water and Chestnut sale by testimony strongly in: favor: of the objects of Jhi-

yo-i: think! that this cvmi' lication will bjot f uw part of ---- -- --- ------ ----- --- -- -ts.-,- +Nov IS] J ALLEN & Co. work, and the nature of (the discovery. We an-

you are at liberty to liB it a* v '' finite.Yours. : :ctl!ro Kerseys and Linscys, SWEDE ]Iron! Scotch do, Wte-lms am! Garden, ------ nex a few of these recommendations :

r!:;>?:Mnillv, Wiiite and Red Flannels J IJl.vks-mths; Il+'1otv! --, (.11\1:1: :;! .-d Wool Dry CiJooiJs. NEW YORK, Sept. 13, 1345.

CiIVlU-s! S\VAIN Ih\: 'J jli and Tweeds Cards Spades and Shovi 1". (Caiilir! ad:: l Su,ur DRILLINGS, Tickin s, Cotton Osnaburgs, DR. R. \. 1VEI .ELHOFF-Dear Sir : I should

Canker in the ?I ?!:il1i.nelf Sup'r; !Ilai'l black and fancy Casameres: Pans Ploughs, &.c. &.c. fi'r ale by ( 'Ys, Jeans Flannel, Blankets have no question whatever that the means recommended -

>:.v i'l1 aecmitif: ::1'I'r chilil aved I Super English and French Cloths, B r.LLISOX' () & Co. Tweeds Shirtings i Sheetings, Checks in your work en Child-Birth, would

Dr. T..V'IJs1a'4 Sirsa-itrilli !Inssired the list"l [ Whitney: UUnkcts, 10+ II ancll 12qrs. ]Dec 0 Cor. Water and Chestnut sis.BOOTS : Ginghams For .ale Calicoes, Dt-lanes, Hosiery, &c. &c, accomplish the objects intended, considered in

of thi'HinJ of rhillr, i. Ths fnllo.vin two, I DuTil! I1l1nk; ,4, 9 and IDqrs.M Shoes: :, and] IJro an.s, by the case Dec 9.by Cor. Water P. ELLISON[ [ & CO. reference to physiological principles alone, hut I

certifiiteirj selected fro n a gnat; ti'i.n' !>er received [ irsuilles Quilts' t+, IU,11' ] and! 12 qr.s, ': Shoes! and Buskins ; ; and Chestnut sts have also the happiness to know that it has stood

D.'niiiis Krcmlins.id 'otfonades ; Cider. the lest of practical experiment. .
this w ek. ,-It Men's, Boys and Youlh's/ IJroirans

Xew York! .\ri1l: 1 1 17. Brown Shirti1:; and Sheeting, tt finesexv'd: Hrognns 50 BBLS Champagne, fOl'salc by Yours, truly, It. LE DOYEN,

Dr. vvnend tit i : Dar Sir-') le of mv rliildrenWM Cotton Ojnabnri, Men's jieggcd Hoots; ; Dec 30 B ELLISON Co. Professor of Midwifery, late of Paris.

very sick with a Caikr; in the Mi-ilh ,nl I Cotton Drillinir and Ticking, fin,' sewed hoots; IIEF'I'iNGS, Shirtings s--and; Prints, by the -

Throit, attenj; l wilh graft di') );.litv. It cur: Linen and Cotton Checks, Hu'set Hrogans.; For sale by* t bale and case, low for cash, by NEW YORK, August, 1S4S.

near clyin;. I o' ah.J "I n'j of va-ir excellent: Irish! Linen, Shirting and Sheeting, I). ELLISON & CO.,' B. ELLISON & CO. DR. R. M. JoISSELHoFF-Sir : The moral

medicine, an it cird it direstly, for which I Hleiched) Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. Dec 9. Gor. Water and Chestnut effect of such information! as your work contains,

assure you [ feel l very irat.>ftl.ELIZABETH English, French a-id American Prints, _- sts.Tsuicrs'dfi' I believe to be decidedly salutary. The right of

Y'r+. relectfnily Extra super; plain and twilled Ginghams, NeW Dry Goods. man to control the animal instincts cannot be

FOWLK1, 21 n' ;r)3;?s.st. Super; Cahmerc d'Ecosse, FOR 1 sale by questioned. I think the work will be the means
Evtra AUSTIN & LONG, successors to J. Ffevenson .30 B ELLISON of much
supi.T! Muslin de Laine, & Co. doing good.
Fits Fits Fit !
are jut
opening at the old stand
English, Scotch and American do. : corner Wood Rev. B. F.
Dr. Ware &c. CROWLEY.
Townsenl. not having t.'iJteJ hi* Strip of Water and Chestnut streets an entire

rilla in cases of Fits, of CO-IM tifM'errus.rn mended ,1 Super Italian black and figured Silks, of DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS Jb.lIewstock to BARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs Flour ;

it, an'] was s'lrpri-ied, t I) revive the r.,Uo\\'i[ nt Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, which they invite the attention of the former Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets, No. S Stanley' Park, New York.
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, Brooms, &c. &c. for sale DR. WEISSELHOFF-Sir: The principles of
from an intelli;ant and re<;)2Ctable Farmer inWestchester customers of I the old firm, and the public. by
county : English and American Cotton Hkfs, Apalachicola, Nov. 11, ISIS. B. ELLISON & Co. I Cheme?try applied to the hints forregulating the

'l Fordhi-n: \II"IJ..t l:, IS 1 17. Madras and Verona head Ilkfs, -IS-Gin Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.( procreative function stated in your work on

Ladies' Cotton Ho:o and Gents Hf-hose, Child-Birth, would satisfy wellinformedperson
Dr To.vnssnd Uju Note any
: : Sir-! hive a little gi irl I [ Paper. Piles. I
of who h bean several Super! Satin. Marseilles & Worsted Vesting?, and Embossed, that the object of that I publication could
seven years age, H years PERFORATED Note Paper for [TCIIETT'S celebrated
Spanish for be
Cotton and Flax Thread. Specific, attained with !the rnosfperfect ease,
afflicted with Fits we tried alrn')t t'ervthinfor sale certainty
; by Feb
? [ 2-1 I] II F .
ABEEL.Ilytl and
Plain and) fi 'd safety.
checked
Swjssand Muslins J. L. SULLIVAN
her, but without succss-i ; at last, although, we DecO J C ALl.El'Co ,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins [ '+)gtade Ink Professor of
cOlll find no recoramenJ/xtion in oar circulars for | Fountain. Chemistry, New University.
Needles Pins, Tape; &c. &c Perfumery. FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks ,
i
cases like hers, we thought, as she w.n in A I
delicate health, we would ,give her some of very your Which have been i selected with great care in 'II' A LARGE assortment of Extracts Cologne, Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps Seals, Copies of this walk will be sent, in a close envelope -

Sarsaparilla, and are very dad we did, for it not New York and Boston,from Importersand Agents; &c. &c. for sale by Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by' at single letter postage, to any part of the

only restored her strength, but she has had no return of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and Dec 9 J C ALLEN & Co Nov IS .II J ALLEN & Co. United States for $1 sent post paid, to

are now offered at wholesale or etail on favorableterm III IDS St. DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF.Box .
Croix
of the Fits, to our ureat pleasure and sirpriser Gold Pens! Gold Pens 5 Sugar ;
!
She is fast becoming rued and hearty by WM. G. PORTER & Co. 15 do New Orleans Sugar 2710, New York c''tv.
;
,
the latest
Dec. 3,' 317.< and most approved style, just Copyright secured. No
for which we feel grateful. -11 Water street. OF received, and for sale by 20 bbls St Croix Bookseller allowed to
sell this work. Publication
5 bxs Office 258 Broadway
Stewart's "
Yours respectfully, Nov Loaf -
18
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JOHN BUTLER, Jr. Letter Paper. ALLEN & Co. 10 bbls ground New York City.

Female M(,lichle. 1 f\ REAMS fine Letter Paper, just received Soaps. 100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java CAUTION !

Dr. Townsend'a Siraapirilla is a sovereign and L\J and for sale by A LARGE assortment of Toilet Soap, j just 40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco; OG- Persons who wish the Genuine Work
April 13 J ALLEN & received itO l\J nft'd do. by
Barrenness 5Co. and for sale by ; Dr. Weisselhoff
for with
speedy cure Incipient Consumption' private notes added b .his,
Prolapsus Uteria, or Falling of theVomb, I Dec 9 II F ABELL. 20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap; own hand, can obtain it only by sending directly Y

Costive'1eu. Piles? Leucorrhii, or Whites, obstructed Wistar's and Swaync's Balsamof I Pallac a. 1000 1 100 lbs bags Lead Shot ; 50 kegs Powder; to him, as he employs no Agents whatever and

or difficult Menstruation. Incontinence Wild ; never sells the work at

of Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof, and JUST received and for sale Cherry by SWAIM &sale HOUCK'S'Panacea by just received For 200 sale)kegs} White Lead. No.,Extra and Pure* I Book Agent, Pedlar, Postmaster wholesate-thereforo or Bookseller no

for the general prostration of toe system- no 11 > J. C. ALLEN & Co. Feb 17 If P ADELl. Dcc 30 by Wl\[ G. PORTER & CO. I: can possibly furnish t the genuine work. Beware,

41 Water street. therefore, of false copies and imitations, which

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