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jousturon trccaovi).

W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Columbus Block,
Apalachicola.


Benjamint Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water-street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1,1847. Apalachicola, Fla.


CHASE. P. M'CALLA. GUfTAVE ROMAN.
MII'Calla & Bonlain,
COMMISSION MERGJIANTS,
.No. 9 &lumbus Block.
Nov. 18 Apalachicola, Fla.


Al. Me SeOtt & Brotfie-r,


: For Sale.
C, R' O p- 1.000p; 0 0b Tw-ine, by
WI-Jan-18 1 Ntj-Uir'E, STONE & CO.


E< I C. Htoberts,
DEALER-tIN HARDWARE & SHIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL,. NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And MLlanufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
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A. *G Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
03- Office, XVb. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.


Yellow Potatoes.
1 BBLS. in fine order, for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


Apalacbicola, Fa.


il Cloths and CaBpeiuc
" K ?PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and -2 yards wide;
' L p' C pes .upe.rIngrain Carp'eting; ,
*2 "1 Stair ,
W |0Tuifed Rits,"
*borsaleby W M. G: PORTER &*CO. *'
Dec 30 t .tL. ,atr +trert. +:
m OFF 'T'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
IVL. ,ITTERS, just received and I,:,r sale bv
Noi "8) H. F. ABELL, Drt, ,-zk't. ,


...... Edwa d McCully,
GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
-1 No. 28 Water street.
Nov 11 Apalachicola, Fa.
"\, H. .. Tayloi -
COMM'I8SION MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water street, ,
Dec 2. 48-6m* Apalachicola, Fa,
,,. Henry Youngs,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER.,
No. 53 Water street,
Dec 28 Apalachicola, Fa.


"..: .--Gold Pens!. Gold Pens.! ,
O F the ,latest ,and most approved style, just
*t -eceive'd~ahdfor sate br ';,...
Ntxv,9 J C ALLFN .&,Co..


1 ; AUaddlery, &c. ; -
A DDLE;, ol various .p.lterna and qualitie S
0 Bridle,, cdrb and SnatHe bits'?
*Saddle Bags; : ;. .!
.f Martingale aind Whips; I' sale t" -
, ,. WMo G. PORTER.,Q.o,,- -
Dec. 3 41 Water s.treet.
.-. Btavna. Tobacco ISeedj
"1 T'01R sale By
'J' "Fb 1 H F 'ABELL.
"' i." r '" City 'Lots,
.. ]'ijIOkL.ease .r Sale, for which warrantee ,leeds-
".l.,, w^ gy"en-,., Apply1 to .
S. a' ......H. G. GUYON.


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11- :_~t S _ff y y t IstF I 1r." %
HE07W0ICItr .19%
--- ~~Washwng~to~n correispoq'dec ^~~^^ ?~
How softly on the bruised heart. Patr'iot,7baathe'foll wing ... ; 3+
A SONG--BY C. D STUART. The approbation 6;1'
-low s-oftly on the bruised heart General Taylor, prf. l i04P11 4 I..
A word uf kindnessfalls, Ion, oi SeS cr .tary' -,' r"t^ ilWt :<6' '
And to the d,, and parieds lis"
The mo,.t'ning tear-drop calls. 'vilth.' re .W +. ? ,t : +.
0, if they knew, who walk ,he earth a w l^:|+,y
'MId sorrow, grief and pain, ponents. r.yjtoo K'.6|^+ /'
The power s word of kindness Ihah, great man, w;ivh a cl'acr]4.alft, : A
'Twere Paradise again. M .nt, a3rea-y.pen, aod an ieil 'ao,
Thle weakest and the poorest, may 'He is every inch a, WhIl,.'B. '-
This S 1 maple pittance give, right stamp a ile right scio .. 0 e
.Andhid delight to I 'elurn again and live I i al-.go., ,A ,r -'-rt..
O what ishlie. if love be^8t$ t c a y+end| ^
U man's unkind to minn-- yPplic'e fin Jji6 plrl'i jh'trm ^^~e~cL '
Or w, liathe Heaven ibhL waits beyond ,-who rs-frl -rl-d -t ain s" +c.:I;.' ..-
This brief and mortal span princples openly, : -
As stars upon the tranquil sea' As a~specimen of his sentimi m i, ,wbik Qt-i
In numnc glory shine, late _P-iiidenfial campaign wag ;goaing"WI
So w,,rds of kindness in the heart ada efidctv-fri ~ursvevJ
l;<'flect their source divine ; and as a .ex. indicativepf-he.,ou-rlp.he..a tI,,
0. Ilmen, be kind, whoe'er thou art pursue ,at the head of Geieraf+, Tayl0r'::.
Thai brp.iilesi mortal breath, cabinet, I beregiyean extract f.noibis&r A I
And ii shlal{brighten all thy life. speech at Brandywine +Sring-,. tW. ,"
And sweeten even death.+_. ....%
t-- ^ ,,^ ^^ UOctober last. ;; :*.. .
t" We are on the eveof areFlp9ita 't
ntellS~man~uOS. politics of. the cpuniry. A ,'A p(& .+%.
party is rearing its gigantic-'fpirm bie(rs"d40
TFLEtRAPH BrTWEEr,4 AMERICA Aqi)DE- world. I, is not merely Wr Whig parq f oT."
ROpE.-Dr. Jones, the Telegraph Agent in yet the DemoCratic party'--nor F110 Kf'"
New York, considers the project before lte -"r"y nor the For'Vian pan :-ri i i- "
Senate for a s,,hirnerged line tlro,,g the TAYLOR REPUBl3.'CAN .P,4kT ;.Qa.
ocenn, visionary. but proposes jhrougl, the which tbe distingpishine.,char:=,SA.rigJp.-s
Jourmnl ofCommerce that the governments identical wihb that which brouflfl dei:.
of Eurelle anti America unite in forming a -,he real, theenuifie-4epcralic
line Ironi New York to ihe Phcific, and into power in 1801. The shjb'l.qj'h il. '-
h,ence ',long the N. WV. coast to Behring's pa,r,y ile,3 ^right of the majoriofA gS.
Sirais. This-36 miles wide and 30 faill- 1t is utte"lyop ... l
nrms deep;-he says may be crossed by sink- a republican namhe. l tVilJ Tol ratiw.w-
ing hie wirrps with ancbors. rf the English ocrac ----no monarc y--, r ac -,
clatnnel can be crossed from the English to oryism. No, disguise, undlr.fae 1; y,4mu w
the French const. it is certain, he argues, ed names, will-.bs permhlted ito, gull.,-k1"!
lhat Behring's Siraiis can be~crossed with ceiveit.- Republican. it, is and wll .remai,,,
facility: Thence he would proceed through and it'will gather' and grow as iqpg. -as Mirt
the eastern part of the Russian, Empire to' constitution and country~bhaI endujre.'" .
St. Petersburg,. from whence lines could .... '.
diverge to all the different capitals of Eu- A to L -I BUTION.--A r.'W -tkV-
rope. It is estimated that the fluid moves. erfordSheriff -of Schly^l" eJi',oo i-filthi
a( the rate !of 200,000 miles a second.- In Stea ^ -f. co41ee.fl. h.
other words, were it possible to extend nine revenue eoncivi, g a
Iimes round the ivorld, the lightning would
..... :commonwealth out .of somnie 822N vw'hidfi4
pass through it, from **one en'd the other, PT d ce, let h fi0 e ri e f
in one second. o head ollectedleftthe mbneyir ftae
\ ol his wife, part in siivera<4d ,paf;,in pa*?'.
THE No,TH WEST GoAST.-An' inter- with the. declaration thatkhe would be.woilm
esting discovery has been made in the Arctic sevel'ays, abd cnjoinea usher fhat
Ocean, onelthat:may possibly lead to a new she should permit, noioe lo staytall night
tropic. Capt. Boyce, a whaleman of Sag at the house'during hi-absemre.-'.',ARightq.
Harbor, has recently returned' from a voyage traverter, rather an fged man, applied f6r .
in which he exploriA a new whaling ground enle1tainment. The*ojhan,,,t:firstrtup-
and made important discoveries Nqrth of singtunder instruct6in of het'.thfs'bauhd-.w.
Bhering's Straits. During his cruise inJuly fialy persuaded to permtim tieir'i -
r.nd August, Ire saw no-ic-, and the weather About 1] or 12 o'clock "he sar oitH?:
was ordinarily so pleasaut that his men could Some persons demanded. e~ancirgert- ,toi.lte
work in light clothing, and it was so light g 46dte
through .the night, that whaling might have in, they wei'e found t'6 be disguised^as.,'riew
been carried on during the entire twenty- .ro1s, and immediately: demn '-,^^
four hours. Capt. B.-found the whales woman money; whieh trey said divy knew'-
6rer "u's, asd of a different species from -was i nhe house. Tle wbm-ih Mnae-
any he had before seen, and of three differ- them the aper money. Tlwy j ." rber
ent kinds-all very fame. Both the Airmeri- there was also silver one y, wtaiih-shtius -h
can and Asiatic shores he found inhabited surrender. She, rep lled r waha lhaold g%,
by numerous tribes of Indians; some of aP Sfairs, wheree he traveller wad. -ldgin..
whom he saw passing from one content to and g thet stae informed lo*t .hi 'Pirld.
the other, in large canoes. Good anchor- eal
age was found in most parts of the ocean, her ato take one of the two pithol r a 1ithi
from 15 to 35 fathoms. Capt.-Boyce was had ; to put the money i'nto her aprn,ri
induced to seek Ihis new ocean-by the re- the pistl.ol copcea]ed..Iebin.d if, an& .0mto
presentations of Capt. Beecy, who visited either o0f The irobbers came forwa-rd lo*at -
this region in 1827, and describes it in his it, to fire and he would snve annthpr,0ofhihaW
voyages, with ,the remaining .isto'l.. i+Sia did as-'hl l.
: slructed, ahd one bf. ihiemenifelidead ale. )
Rv. RokOWL'AND HILL.-Many amusing feet. The old manfired-aindkilil-adlbeiFVl
anecdotes of the.eccentric, but pious and and the third made his escape. "Upono'e9-l 1
useful Rowland Hill, have been told ; but mination it was foundthai:the-'gutilt., hlA,.'.'
the following, narrated to us by ose of his band had fallen by..he.and pfhis .a w iff'ii -
parishiondrs, is new to us. Thus it is that a mysterious P rzidwe ,,eki'
It was Mr. Hill's .habit to ride to church even in &his world,, .rlees, out.-p'nnrhhtoe610.
in an old family carriage, a practice too aris- to those w'ho tra-nsgress'His la vws.-&.-fnn
focratic, in the judgemiient or one- of his bal Journal. *: t.. p'l "W'" ,=
flock, who determined to rebuke it. -: o, T -" -,w~lt
It was customary in $~is chapel for notes The New York Observet, *ioe ,l,-frhie =
to be sent to the pulpit, requesting prayers leadi.mg.religious pa.pers.of ibe N&M."i-'Tlas'1^
for various objects. One Sabbath, Mr. Hill clever arid, considering, the, rrIq '
was proceeding with the reading of these a e, syr qL "' I ' j:
requests as usual, when he found himself in Mw
the midst of one of the following purport ': these words. A :.t .i f t*
4 Prayers are requested foir Rev. Mr. Hil,. Thepolicy df lhe nbrfi-is.'V 'Ilp A a)
that he may be made more humble and lilke inactivty,' a Iet al~one,'-"~d6.not^^iii."'IP.< ".
his Divine M aster, who, instead of ridingin-Iicy. '" + = ", ';**-'++" "'!'}' ">.
carriage, was content to be borne on an On the religions "sedo ih"sbjc''w
;iss." fiud the following : 1 : *." -
Having read the notice, lhe lifted his spec- Chr'ist and his apostle~s *idnot de,+vcS ""_
taades to his forehead, and looking around or irrigate the slaveholder. -. : ; -.-,( -. < = "
the house, observed, that it was true. he had They hived and [ireaYhed iB- o" c-j.mi'ea, +=
been guilty of the fault alleged ; but ifithe where the law gave rean ,i-espolic~i~qo,4Ka "+<
writer wouhl step round to the vestry door his fellows, but thi,, flidj not d- on,ll,9'n [1ieti.
after service, saddled and bridled, he would la'w or the men who herd Ipo'er niiiderj,kl.---.
have no objections to try to ride boime, after They did not req uire the desport',,dieat'e11
the Master's example, on the back of an or the slaveholde, lo emancipate |]Javg.tm
ass. ,i' without regard ,o roitjspqi~e,,'ces'.' Iau'jJ'd
+ not aid Or.abel Onesiuiius in his esca e fTanH1
EFFECT OF LOUD PREA&CHING.---The gra- his master ; nor vtty of a village congregation, in a neigh- connexion Wlithlle master, if he eijanilfni^[ ,-
boring State, was completely upset lately to employ the lahor of the'.sl;,ve.'...<,.
by the following circumstance'..... no harsh jepitlpets. He called phJ~~'ijnit f'
An eccentric preacher, intending to illus- slaveholder as he wnas, his "fplyb'e: Jg .
Irate tlhe superior efficiency of loud and ear- fellow laborer ,n llhe tmos~llf,eta. utJ~l/,or
nest preaching over that which was calm God for hijs love and 'fai.thJ' "Oa a^ yjJa.l'"l .
and deliberate in tone and manner, turnedito noble Chrstian races. Hle snt.' Jbcj!ti '


his brethren and said-&' Brothe- M-", if penitent runaway slave lo i.s R
were to say to you, in avery low tone of courteous,. conqiltalory an affec'i Js '
voice and unexcited manner 'your house es ter afculeted to stolen thetfehnjs.a,'djr&^^-. *.
on fi-re,--your house ps onl fire; would vou der ali the future ,n,'ercourse,.'(y "
not suppose that I was" jesting with .-you, pleasant and profitalble. -- -_,
and the +declaration .would product no_ ef- 1 ,,., .'
feet But i]fI were to'cry! out. Broth' TIwo comedians, layina'a,,AyAg1,,"V-4'-
...., your'huse is on fire I say sir.--., wlhci othem. stungg_ e ,lbie_..+,,+ theyag'^"d-
.Just at thlis mokmenot one of his auditors who refer it to'..ljy, who mudhti t4[&
use1 nih ear-trumpet,+ not having caught trator on hits occasion../.davya' -
any part of the sentence except the cry of fire, dingly agreed on, and'Voth the_.parle^e .
uttered in a thunder'to.nes and with.accord- ecut~ed,top the best q'f Ijteij.abljlej.i`e--
ant 10ok supposing some part of t.e village him",. As4 soon as they.,ltlmfir
to be in flarnes, startedfrom his seat, drop- ceeded to giye judgerit.enat.'il..:]; /11i ':
.ed his ear-trumpet, and without hat or be- ',annet ,f js lor, i,'>"i, i :
rnedi tion rushed down the aisle, s. ougtiUg at himself to the first) ,+u.re ihft^^^jg., a|''.-i.,!
the lop 0f his voice : Fire '!flre.'fire .1,-r. 1 ever heard in my lie"N!T I'
The effect of this unexpected scen-euppn other, exul inglv. "1. k "qW' 'b rijytj
the con gregation was truly ipovin~g, a~ndthe_ wa j ek." Sfopl, sir," sai IV-.^ ^p -
preacher sat down, thorou a lily' satislie~dwith "Ih he a wo l.o say vo ybI~ ff^t)|^ o.
this practical illustration of the influen~cc~ which is. this, that as'for, youe'ap MMf"'
loud and eacrniest preachinfg. !sin' at all," *- '.*-
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00o EX'S' L ADV S! OOR,
For 1849.
Dedicatel to the Ladies fth/,e united Stares.
Edited by SARAH J. HALE,
'GRACE GREENWOOD,
.and L. A. GODENY.
A Novelette by MISS;E. LESLIE, who con-
tribute, to every No,..
N."P. WILLIS' Original Sciriftural Poefty.
T. S. ARTHU R, who contributes to every No.,'
illuot,r alive, of Croome's.S.ketches ol' American
Characler.
WV. intend merely togive ai n,-,li<"e ,f out inten-
tionl'for-next year, leb%;ingto others long adver-
tis,ereuls--frull. of. sound and fur), signifying
nidt'-;ing."
'A.-reeab'i'yto'the practice of last year, the p,,b-
lisher ll is?5sue? a> gnd, a number each montli as
lie does in Janui.-ry. Ti; i? a novel. feature in
Maga.vzne piblilshmin. During the whole of last
rear h.'! give more engraving-r and more readmin
n tiile.r- lhn a *,if hi3 contempd'rarieg, and will
contint,.? todosonext uear. Thoae whosubscribe
to GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK, mav do so under
th~asOu'rance that they will receive more I'nr
IhlW- m.-.ney in IhoN Mazazine alone, than by sub-
scribin 1,,')anv other work. To this is added
and in,',ided in.the same $,:, Ihe LADY'S DOL-
LAR NE\VSPAPER,' which contains in one
in.,h noarlyv, if not qlute as mnch reading mat-
tr a-A th, -other monthlies, making for $3, the
.arin.lint ,-M' realli._, (-1f two magazines a month.
THERF t'nE :'ECLr.I.\R(TIE':S about Godey's La-
,]v'i Brnik -ir the ladies .that no other Magazine
l,,-,-'.,.s. There i. a Mezzotint and Line En-
l'i\ i's itn. ,.-Ich ,,umber- both by the bast artists.
I(w'n.M' iIil;,'n to these. there are given monthly
%% hIv no,1l',hr magazine giies-a Colored Fash-
i,,ii Pl.;t,. ,.vith a f,,ll description This feature
1q p,:-culi.ir 'i, Gdevy. as no other \ ,.nrk has then
of-r') in"-,:fil and colored. Then here are Caps,
l'oinie-: C.'liemisette-i, Eque-trianism for La-
di.i;, %Mili E'igravingz. Thie L-idi?s' W~ork Ta-
hbi], %\ rh ,h e. n-i t'7ir knifting. heir. crotchet,
id -ali other kinds of wrk. P patterns :for
,,,i)';ii^ Caps, Chair Covers', Window Curtains,
.D' P ..'s; Pu6rses, Bags, &c., &de. Health and
Geally' vithIEngravings. Model Cottages, with
ground-p-1,1mt, and other" eravings,, always illus-
trative of somefhingudseful.. Music,.beautifully
printed on tinted paperr, Which may be t.ken out
and bound. Colored Modern Cottage's and Colored
F.,'vr 1,iee occasionally. Thiese are. al.tra,
i!n Got-ty', a0. to be found in no other Magazine.!
Tese wereall .given .lastyear, and will be con-
tinued.' n'ddition, we shall haven every No.,
ohe'or .... *'"' '*-;i : ;" . + ," i
',CROO.IVE'9,SKETCHES OF AMERICAN-
C. CHARACTERISTICS, "
:A i'-.',t '.eusi6g qerieit,' now first glven ,toethp-
Aimenrpa public. These will :be illustrated in
evr) No) by Story, from the powerful pen 61f T.
.' A ,'th,,,, Es-i.: A.. ,, ^ ..
: 1" THE CH.AN-ES OE-,FAS-l6MT,"
I'llitstrated- by+Fiy Robinson, Esq This; series
~ill h'e ver. intere-ating to the ladies.
,THE APPLlCABrLITY, OF. THE FINE
;. :, fARTSITO-DOMESTIC USES,".
Is another seri'e of Engravings now in prepara-.
tion, and will be published during the year.
;. COTTAGE. FURNITURE. ,
q'i-iun2 given so many Model Cottages, we intend
,).,w f;)"com-fence rthei blication of Coftage
lirnlilure-a .e'very necessary 4appendalge to -a
: !-"" RELIGIONN, AND HISTORY.
Otnr superior" Artists, Walters, Tucker, Pease
andalelch,' are now engaged upon a set of plates
illustrative olf theseTwn subjects .
"* i OURR MUSIC.
Prepared e jire;-lIy for us-mostly original, and
beautifully printed', has. long commanded a deci-
ded l,,rl'ernce over that of any other Magazine.
It-is ., lh.tire in The Book;.
THE LITERARY. CHARACTER OF GO-
DEY'S LADY BOOK.
With such w'.ritfers'as Miss Leslie, Grace Green-
wood, W,. G. Simms, Mrs. Ellet, T. S.- Arthur,
Ms -F, Oakes'Smith, Mrs. J. 0. Neal, H. T.
Tucketrmanli IT.W. Herbert, &c., the author of
the Widow Bedott, Professor Frost;,Bryant, Long-
fellow, Holmes-and a host of others-must al-
ways take the lead in literary merit.
TERMS: ,
For Three Dollars we will send the Lady's
Book, containing-_moie reading than any other
,n..-ilhl\, anjd the- Lady's Dollar Newspaper pub-
lished twice a month, which contains as mucfi
reading as any of the $3:pdriodicals- of- the day-
'maki.ng three publications in one month, or if the
subscriber prefers the.foll6wilig splendid engrav'-
-insto the''Lady'Dollai Newspaper; althoughh
we would r0ot advise i-t, as engravings cannot be
,sent through the-mail without being cruih-ed or
creased,) we will send the beautiful plate con-
Lalainin(Ie`pnrtrits of Harriet Newell, Fanny
Foir~ester,-Mrs+- Stewart, Mrs." Ann, H. Judson
and Mrs. E. B. Dwight, and the pl.at~es of Christ-
Weeping over Jerusalem, The Opening of the
Sep~ulehre, Deliveran'cee;of St.+Peter, and The
Rebuke. ; If. preferred to th'e Newspaper or plates,
we will send Miss Lestie's Novel of Amelia, and
.an~ythr'ee of+ Mrs. Gr'e)'s sor Miss Pic~kerihg's+ po-
pu~lar novels+- -', ;.. ... ..
For- Five Dollars we will send two copies of
t!,- Lad~v's Book, a]d a set of the plates to each
s,,b',r, t[lic-'. '[1"
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the Lady's B,,ik; and a copy' to .the person send-
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ito be paid on all orders. -: .+
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Wm. G.tPorter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
-MERCHANTS,
No.,.41 W after street,
Dec 30 Apalachicola,'Fa.
65. V. Nourse, H. B. Slome, H. W. Brooks.
Course, Stone & Co.,
- COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
; No. -46 Water street,
! Dec 1,2 Apalachicola, Fla.
Lockhart & Yo'ingW,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
Bov'21. t Apalachicota, Fla
IHarper & iUolnes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
.iut' l.i:i tor lhe
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of lle Ci.yo f\''eu )Yo-rk,
No. 51lWaler street,
Dec 1"2 Aplalachicola, Fa.
W. T. WOOD. E. B. BALt.t,.
Wood & Ballon,
C O M M M 1'S-I (1 0N MERCHANTS,
Office No. 42 Water streel.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.


Djl- Liberal advances made on consignments
of Cotlon to their friends in Liverpool, GLasgow,
New York and Philadelphia.
Jan. 11, 1849.


JERElIIA[i DAY.


IAryNIr-L J. DAY.


J. ID',. & Co.,
COMMISSION M ltRC GIANTS,
" No. 52 Watcrstrevi,
Dec 2 ," Apalaclhcola, Fi.
[r3-Aggrfts for LLo'r': al-so, Aaenrs lor lhe
" .1 EtnaI Irurarice C>."'tli..-" "" Priiec ion Insuranice
Co." and the "Harlord Insurance Co." I-larlfurd
Conn.
Cl.arle& Rogers Eugzene W. Rogers.
Chias. Rogers & Co.,
COMMINIISSION MERCCHANTS,
Water street,


L .faZ,'uLjj t* ^.'J *>n-.'.L j- & ^*"a*,-.
.ANWe-s td EIgr-r na f 'W6n.therPamIinn^^.
ooiKbert,s~titincldtnm 'ooleGrgiou, D,,,.id,
%:'-'* -. 'Elfe.niei;sis: in pvigoru- preflacation,
WlfenSfAi1exporfeai+T ofthe ihimitAnl6 IALEV
'i. 1tir..iacti Vaely ensase,'in enriching Holden
wJb Ws PAwtlrfittstkfth- PAblic M.en of .Pne-
,'/*^ ~ +.,. :,: *-. :' _. .... ,*;. .
,TS4.o -.T.I. Or -ISTE N4. ,1 I.HvF D AhER11-
here _rd '. 'lf-l,ne sketc]e ,l their llI' es

dtit_'if' '.T.'T,.V.L q rO.A"'S', '
W 5'. QPICS OF THE. A/A-.Vr,
ct i, ti ,", '..tceu, .: in w s lin ir." --
in I ,p .:/iw57M-.o~,n pnropre; in the w.-rld.J
",d F,;tiii l ;Y ["\ I, i r /t- E lit.? r i4 rF riti l.-.o
?Hiht iio' rivalry j v i 'trA -p~ ii> If'-nL-4t LIS
.'.ijlie and w r.llh, M .i lit? u.'racrl .,l th the wrT .-

'ir^ ,...i.,i8t.,,.ri*l'(le,'..l~tc',.,," ,. ri. u JhIo pjiir j,,i.:,i'
'can eobai'ne d ,niW \'an r h"'r th, trt,,,
,t. '. ",i-1 1t'" "iii+;,-
'I W fT'MNF r'PF. ENT HC CE\-t URYH
.'N~arr~l~^'f~e'~i~il'a w to.'-lI he'wrliliniz(
Tl~~ iiini'.3'ir'le;.[>rwhein -;uIL-,I perio lic'ji
'can bc(!J lf)in>'l 1A .-Iin Nt v ir 1,'r illt- trtil ot
w hqo w'h ill i.wvi.,h tIn _0' -..''rirh,- ,
','Ie "retl /e.tldr,' of H l-/hJ n is 1I'i., ip'i;/f
"ebin p~ia,'l.."t~h-rtrichvi in sra.,tice',t
h'f^O,, 4 !4urs ai,0 ebo I;11f. all the t'eajiluis
of the Fritch, E qMis asnhl .Pn i :citi P'rioi.i:-
%'t ,i 1, H '/li e 'fli .c ,^ Ti; +k th ,-ir P h/ i ., "' .
.Ietnqkl~nation o/ lheEnc~qehnpi',lir.the Gazef,
teery!h~e Quvvn&r/q R_-,iewv. aiv, the 1l'l tkl
"Jveu:9aper, it i5 yeft ail i.laini1l fro.i
hfi;' Jo'e. Pn,)1tn zh of th'ir v.',7 iouz qual-
ztijatefioAs 1i6400'ncn,,its If [o 0.c" it'esd'. ..
..".The o, ]ect of the Eft~itr hal b.e'eto ive aA
TUBFEti b)'L'Llk.. MAGAZINE rFOR ONE TriTR-
1Piits..,and a glanc.: at Holiler,'s will show- the
yre-ll ,, Now, he only a-iks lhe su-port 'oj;;the
.0omImunilv, and '1,1 retur:i will give improve-
Indhf a tnhey at' d,,,]e,{.o
o1v, Njaw' iA th"e time l1 Q,-iqrribo, 0 "those
se'-rJi g.ni,'t w ill r,-ceivc IjiP fli't irrilprQ'-4,,'m ol!
th~engiavinmr-. The N,,.'s c.I he ',in.hi-dlif. f',rn
"',I'ly'. 1s-N', it wished by hab-sbr,'eie'--that m int lh
eo~f.n'mencin, r:he ee.VI 1 \',lolnnef..
,'TER$ -3 FOR lg-l-([N A.OVHC ":,
op,,..' ..... ..' 0. ,>e Ydar ..... ...... "0
......... lt
5-e,-p ie .... .... ................ .. ...
'?.i copie:,,, ;."' ... .-,. ... ... .. .. .. ,. 15 09
",,, PSgE llrTi! : .. *..
Pdto n'? t erat nr othi r-4, -tni.T. 2'" namps and,
-* ( -- \. dl;iHart-j; Wili receii e Vol 1 ,1 i .ioJP's 5, t.
'az.ine, h-indmornel, hounit in im'ilin and gilt ed._IA.
A d d re s -i, ( |io -at- piid ,) .
"' *" ....*C-AIRLES WV. Ir-'.DEN,-
o* -" ,.: .?,ii: .: ... ..ln-Nai^Jai-sirept. N Y.
*P...S. .Elit~rs Copyia. the .ah, ,'e Prospec., s
"; 'arid ihis'nnfi,.p, an;- nntiei" 114e J sxaziue v li-,
toniafl';, will'heen'litled to the sfcon ',r[i vol eire ,iT'
H-l-len's .-'hg-'rioe handznmetv hound in nmi-zlin
'and gilt-pii,.'d, and in addition' a .?plyrdid full-
^le~ngh E'l-ravinat ;o~ivintj ptiller, ,,I |t.-'.r-e
CGreEdiy, Fil'oin "' llie. elv Ytk Tribne, drjw n-
Troi fi'l'e P by Dairley, anri enri-ned rh'v Ivir.]-
-',.-ii The. hoA t % till he'm ,ailed t, ,'.,'lrpip ri
nhol,)iit lIh,,.1.5lh nf J..iinry, when it will be ready,
.011 the re,.eprion ol'a paper conlai,,i,, the adver-
li+emfent anfd nitice marked. Edir.ris cpying
hlhis a'nd n.rtiingi m,'ntlly %,,ill aso i eceive the
MA1;7azine eaeih,iinth I7r th,' c-miti-z %ear. ,

"QT. LOUIS Floiur,;:Ohi,) ,-, Tr,1. Whiskey,
' > -.O Siijar, ch dice an,'t prinie. M,-lai-,',Prl, mess
and prime Bacon, Ham-3, Sid,-; in,, ,S:oi-l,{,:-rs, for
sale. bX. B. ELLISON '. Co.
Dee 9. + Cor. WV:if^r and Ch.?;tnit 4ss.


Dee 9


Apalachiri3, F17a.


N. J. Deblois.
C 0 M M I SSI 0 N AND FO R WA R D I N G
MERCHANT,
No. 14 Water-4.tree'l,
Dec A2palichicola, Fa.


A. N. MCKAY. N C. RoBBIS. CHAS. PRAi'r.
A. 1 lMIcKay & Co.
COIMISS ON MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water-street,
Dec 15 Apalachicola, Fa.
J. C. ALLEN. ,I'5TES I. GRIFFIN.
J. C. Allenn &A Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
DRUGS&', MEDICINES, PAINTS, rPERM.
WHALE AND LINSEED ,lL.';
Chemicals, Glue, Indigo, Gl3--i and Pull); F,.r-
eign and Dom.atic Drugs, \VhIte l,1pad, V'r-
nisli, Dye-Woods, Spirils Turpentine,
Patent Medicines, Congress Water,
French Chemiicals, &c. &c.
ALSO,
general assortment of
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONEI,.Y, &c., &c.
cor. of Chesnut & Commerce streetIs'.
Jan 18 Apalachicola, Fla.
Commission and Auction Room,
EUFAULA, ALABAMA,


ALVA WYLIE, W\r. A. McKrNzIE.
Wylie & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
'No. 4-2 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1547. Apalachicola, Fa.


S. & J. Sclkiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
0(3-Particularattention pud to putting upfamily.
steamhoit and ship stores.
No. -19 Water street,
N.v. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.


H. F. Bell,
WVH0LESALE .ND RETAIL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c,,&c.
Also---A general assortment of Statinery.
Cor'- of Chestnut and Water streets,
April 11 Apalachicola, Fa.


BY '-
J. B. STAIRS & Co.
We having received a full share of the patro-
nage from the Merchants of Apalachicola last
season, will feel thankful for the, same in our.line
of business the coming winter.
Eufaula, Ala., Nov. 14, 1848. 45-tf
Eufaula Auction an, Commis
sion ito"se,
BY
D. DANFOTH.
Thankful for the patronage hitherto received
from the Merchants of Apalachicola, he would
respectfully solicit a continuance of their la-vors.
Eufaula, Ala., Oct. 27, 1846. 42-s


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I. S. llawi- ley.
ACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street',
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


Avri'y & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.No. 43 Water street.,
Dec 5 ,. Apalachicola, Fa.


BENJAMIN F;T;LISON WILLIAM A. WOOD
B.. ElHson & Co. ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS TN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP
CHANDLERY, &c.
Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Dec 9 Apalachicola, Fa.


WM. SYDNEY GAEEN, M. D.
SMay be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House., Nov S.


nli6efwod & Caigh,
TAILORS,
BALTZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST.
Apalachicola, Fa.
0-All ,orders attended to with punctuality
and despatch. Jan. 20


Wr. G. a. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
-ffers his serices to the public in either of the
a6oove capacities.
He will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and JacksonCircuit Courts-and will, upon
a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
see, the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
.,, : ATS' q.&c, ,.. ..
.,C6. Water and Cen'tie-streets,
Dee 23 Apalachicola, Fa.
WM. W. Sims. WM. W. CH'EVE:R
Sims & Cheever,
C OMMISS ION, MERC HA NTS;
Office No. 36 Water" sreet,-, .
dec23 Apalachicola, Fla.


Cranberries.
N hf. and qr. bbls. just received and for sale by
'Jani 11 C A GREEN A Co. '


Jan 24


-,, Cheese.
30 BXS Western and Nortaern, inTine order,
,3 for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


Perfumtery.
A LARGE assort'ment of Extracts, Col6gne,
'A1 &q. &c. for-sale.by. +. :
* Dec 9 .1 C AT.LEN &


Goshen Butter.
,')[' KEGS Hamilton's Dairy, of a superior
,2i0 quality, for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


Smoked Todgues,
FOR sale by ,"
Jan 11 C A GREEN


NT & co00,


Vermituge.
" INER'S Canadian Vermifuge, for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


J. F. FARMfifOR: E. MdCuLLr.
Farrior & MIcCully,
C OMMISSION-MERC1HANTS,
81 Gravier street,
Dec .2e New Orleans.


Rio Coffee..
Kf\' SACLS prime green, new crop, just re-
5)0J received; and for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


*" ** 113 LCinestnut street, Philada.
- I .th raniy.newspaper. giving the above a few
insertions we will exchange.


Jno. S. Hutclinson,
AUCTIONAND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 2 Columbus Block, -
S LApalachicola, Fa. :
.W. Advances made on all consignments, if re-
quired., Nov. 25, 1848.


"Trarrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs .and Copaiva,
TUST received and fore-ale 6'y
J Jan 25 :.J C. ALLEN & Co,


School Books,
--[ OR sale by E L
',; eb 17 .. H F.ABEL".;-,
Dyseiitary Cordial.
:'I'DDWOODRUFF'S Dysientary, Cordial, just
r.ceivred'and for sale by
: Dee 9 ":}' *- '*"*-' '*: -H F A.ELL.'


D>. B. WOOD,
C O',M MISSION M E R C'H AN T,
: : 24 Water-st:, .


Paints, Oils, &c.
L AMP and Linseed Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Turpentine, Lamp. Black, Red and Yellow
Ochre, .ground in oil, Prussmi,an Bie, Paris Green,
Virdigris, just received' per schr Palladium, and
*for sale by "' ,' "
Jabn 25 J C ALLEN &. C6:


Apalachicola, Fa.


z_ l Jemon Syrulp.
4 8bkUPERiR' article-' Just received and for:
t. iialp'by: -I '. ..
_., ,.C ALLEN & Co._


THOSE. H. AUSTIN. -,Wm. H. LONG.
Austin &Long,,,
CoMMIS'SION MERCfANTS,-
iNo. 45 Wafer-street,


Citron, C, currants, Rajdinsh lieim6
.. -.Li.-- : oilS, &Ckf.-1^; +: s-! .' "
JUST-received in :fine order, and for sale by,
Janr C A GREEN & Co.


S,'.J q-.. ed .Sugarn.
'\ BBMS New York CLri'fiedust'received,
,.0 and for sale-by
4..;,.c APREEN &,Co..
, i-.i.,fJ + smana ea,
|Q--^TAIM&, HOUCK'8 p~anaceai just received
6j Mn'ore'b dr saI b
S FOOPt7 gir. 1,4 .-.1.7 c A-. H ,F BELL.
])Y j -serry' Cbr'dfal, for sale yv
lil' r ,! m-sJ-,,C. 'ALLEN,& Co
?* 'BR- FF'S+ W -rn *Specific, for sale by
V Feb 1 -J C ALLEN & Co.


Npv ll


For Sale.
2 MAHOGANY CountipgHoutse Desks.' Ap-
ply to B. S. HAWLEY,
Nov 257 Columbus Block.


Apalachicola, Fa.


J. I. Hull A& Co.,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
+ .... No..48 W aterstreet,:
,Jan.24 ,., APALACHiCOLA, FA
S S. 1.S 3,Nickersou, :
DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, SLe.,
No. I Coluibbus Block,
Dce'3'3 Apalpacbicola, ra.


Hemp and Cotton Duck.
A, FINE assortment-justi received fr-oh New
Yr. ,Yor5k.for sale b *. ;,,
'J~n 1 "' C A GREEN C -l.


SFurniture.
MARBLE Top Centre Table,
1 Frenfh Bedstead and Bedding,
! Dressing Bureau, rrarble top, ,,.*
.1 -double marble top Wash Stand, .
The above Furniture has.only been in use a
few months, and will be sold low. Apply to
Jan 18 J. DAY & Co.


',.IPTOODRUFF'S Composirion Powder, for saleg
yV-" by'. Feb l J,_C. ALLEN &.Co..-


, .;; ,: ..White Lead. +
O. 1 Extra and Pure, 'ust rec'd, foi sale by .
Jan 25- J C AETJ]EN & 0.


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. MTr', 3111.


APALACHICOLA., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1849.







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COMMICIAL ADVERTISER,.


Cj- The following gentlemen are 'authorized
Agents for the COMlMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
tnts:--
WM. W.CHEEVER,Esq., Albany, Ga.
Major JACK HARDMAN. Eufaula. Ala.
JAs. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa.


S, Fruni lue Udd Fclluw.
; ;" ..-.: A True. Woman.
;: : I reminder mnet'mng Pis sketch il the
'course of my'-fewsparper experience, several
years ago ; il .as been credited to various
Papers, and Iknow. nbt to whom it belongs;
S but it ts mgi excelently done, ful-of in-
Sterest, anti I;only wish the precelpt ol' it was
a little mote fiashinnable.
S A young lilty of rare menial endowmenrs
yi : and ,'taror..i ry. Ipersonal autrr;a:non, had
< fiire-!6trf r 'ii;ll ly a.-sidlous i, their aflen-
S-" lion9. Crnlable to decide upon wlhichli slie
W 10-fl 0 E.? liv her Ind, she glve ithein notice
S to c;ill upO'n hefr.at a certain hour tin a stated
day, anld -tahcllslate his claims in iilie pre-
8en?" o~trl--Ohlers. "At thie appointed time,
the"ioversnrrived. P'our of ihem wPre'tL'n-
W.< deot f' success,'but the fifth had a iwn-
, cast look, nod sighlied when hlie beheld thlie
objecteof his ;idnltraifi'n.
S 'Genil n'," salid slie, you have honor-
S ed*rile fitillre prhlpcfsals of marriage. I
S have, astye( neitlier refused nor accepted any
X_ \ bfyou. 1I nowv desire, th;at eacll of'ou will
sfhite yntrr clairtis to, miny h;rntl in o er Ith:il
J khow alpon whl.t grounds I may bejusli-
fled ,in heslwing il."
A ;inwered is w3follows :-
S. t',yi n riny me )-m s :lill live in a
splendid hoIni;se, Iavte '-rvintis and c.irri iges
-aP, oiir coinn, nl1, and enjoy all the'luxuries
L'1" fasihin:blle ;14e. l ',ri rich." '
'B spoke next.
'"My riv.i lins saM1' Oery iruly thstt(1h i1
rich and he offers yon a strong indtutesnient;
but FIain of noble descent. My grnllfathlier
;was a duke; a, although not wealthy, I ;1111
'of n ffily, 'with whom ain alliance 4wndlill
'be ctn-sidrerei In honor, by the wealthiest
l'htiress ol' the hmind."
: stated Ihis claim thus:--
I i 1 a 'gentlenaun1 ;ind have now a rejpu -
'tation th;ia oller lpersons enviedl. Next year
4 shall run for Congress. and I have no doubt
of-success. By inarryirign ic your name
will be landed down to pisterity."
D twiste'l his musi.iclie with the air of
':an-exquisile, and saidl:--
+ Angelic crea;ire! 'Pon my soul I
S think you have niready madte up your mind
'in my frvur-. You Ikno!w how ineffably I am
admired. Wlti is thlie -m6st. failshionable
'dresser in town ? Who rides the finest
:horses ? Who I'roquents the most fashion-
'able places? Whi is a better jhdge of the
'opera ? Rutmor says D, bit'pon honor,
-I'm too rMiodest to insist uponjt."
Vh heu it came to E'P time to speak, there
wasa pause: All eyes were turned towards
him./ Poor fellow! he was dreadfully em-
barrassed. I
,, Well," said the beauty, wlhalt say you,
Mr. E ?"
"Alas," was the reply, -" I yield to these
gentlemen.. They have the advantage of
me in every respect." AnrA he'tlook up his
ahi't *s ,teave.
"-Stop," said thelady, make your state/-
ment, ho matter how bumble may be your
claims."
I am poor-"
"A Go on"
"I ant unknown oin the world--"
:- '1 have neither the taste nor the means
to dress' fashionably-. I work for my liveli-
hood. It is hardly possi -le, that : can. make
you happy, for I-fan o-ffer you none of' the
'Inducements held out by iny rivals."
."I amn to judge of that, sir; what next ?"
,1 Nothing, only.:I love you, and I lake a
vfeHpaplerftl
A(t this, Messrs. A, B, C and D burst into
a loud laugh, and exclaimed in o'ne voice-
So do we-I love you to dlistraction-I
Stake four papers ha !ha! ha "
Silence." said the lady, 11 in- one month
you all shall hear my answer. Y"s may all
withdraw.".,
At the:*end of the month the five s'uitors
again appeared. Turning to each in suc-
cession, file lady thus answered ;
Riches are not productive of happiness.
Boasted .nobility of blood is the poorest of
s farHecomrnendations- Fame is fleeting, and
he tlihat has'but the outward garb of a gen-
tleman is to be pitiied.: I have taken the
trioutble to find out the names of the news-
papers for which you all subscribe, and !
ha've -a;scertained that none of you, who have
buasted of wealth, nobility, fame or fashion,
ha /paid tke pri, ler. Now, gentlemen,
Sag a.nma;B who would be guilty of sueh an
ct. 1P have learned that E not only sub-
scribes for, a paper, b u pays the printer in
advance. Tlierel',rp, I:say he is the man. 1
give him mybhan d- with the full conviction
that be is one every way calculated to make
me happy,"
Need we extend our narrative? The
: disappointed ge'ntlemeil disappeared quite
suddenly, and ihe lucky suitor was united to
the object of his devotion and, in a few
;.years, by honesty :mnl industry, became not
+ only adistinguished, but a weillhhy man, and
esteemed by altl who knew him. Young
men, he paid tlie printer. Is there no moral
in tllis?


T'he existence tof the-mind, or the soul,
is as certain as any other known thing.-
That the body and the soul are not one, or
the same, is as demonstrable a truth, as that
re and W-ater a-re: n'tp- tt I ail or lhAt ihie
sun and tle eair1'i aware not ite se sm llinig.
T E-h-e body moves from place to plice, grows
Shy eaiing matter, is suliject to certain forms,
color, heat and paiii. -The mind*, or soul,
S thinks of the future, remembers the paIst,
S collects facts, forms theories, has neither
color, heat nor form. n In a word, mind and
body, of all known tliins, have fewest pro-
parties o common. II', then, there be in
all nature iwo distinct entities, they are soul
"-and matter. But gross, untinging matter is
composed of elemeinii whicli are imperishl-
Sable-in oilither wo'rds,,matter is everlasting.
How much more t'ien, is the tliulkin. etlhe-
Srial soul imimortialH. .Since tilie mind, then,
Sis immortal, ware induced to believe that
its character is unchanged ina future state,
; --the good is good still, and the bad bad.
+Future rewards and iiimisiitnenl., then,
seem necessary sequences of the immortali-
ty of the soul, the truth of which has been
S demonstrated.--Sins. .
FE.w THINGS TO AVOID.-A bottle of
wi'en it a public dinner. A short cut when
-: 'are i; a hurry. Walking between two
W diriellas on a pouring wet day. "Just
. ahifher' glass before you go." Going to
> ch- r e chwithout a shilling. Being the me-
R. ^ diator of a- quarrel between a man Iand wife.
'Boling to a Iatly from tllhe Jop of an omuni-
bus'. Arid, lastly, taking a' new hat tfo an
I- : 1/ ing partly.


Titus Oates.--lThe Fate ol' a Knave.
Every history of England that has thus
far been written, has immortalized the bio-
graphy of Titus Oates, a most infamous hy-
pocrite and scoundrel, in the larger sense,
who dutiioe the period he flourished as a
preacher of the gospel, in lIhe reigns of
Jaines and Chadles of England, was the
cauiise oif the sacrifice of thousands of lives.
M:labau'ley, in his History of England,"
eives tilhe following %hirlliIn description -of
the punishment to which Oates's ilnfamy at
last subjectedl him. \Wre copy it without fur-
,her preface :
James, a short time before his accession,
had instituied a civil suit against Oates, for
defamatory words, and a jury had given da-
images t ilhe enormous amount of a hun-
dred thousand pounds. The defendant had
been inken in execution, -and was lyifg in
prison as a debtor, without hope of release.
Two bills ol indictment against him'for per-
jure, hall been Ibund by 'he grand jury, of
Mihdlesex, a few weeks before the deadh of
Charles. Soon der the close of the elec-
fions, the riall came-up.
Among the upper and middle, classes,
O.iares hadl scarcely a friend lelf. AII intelli-
-nl \Vhigs were now convinced rthat, even
if' Ihis narrative had some foundat-ion in fact,
he had erected & that foundation a vast
superstar 6irftofstomaCree. *A considerable
number f low fanatics, however, still re-
garded him as a pliublic benefactor. These
people well knew that, ii he were convicted,
his sentence would be one of extreme sever-
ity; and were, therefore, indefatigable in
their endeavors to manage an escape.-
Though as yetoin confinement only for debt,
he was put in irons by the authoritiess of the
King's Bench prison; and even-so he'was
with difficulty kept in safe custody. The
mastiff that guarded his door was poisoned ;
and on thlie very night preceding his r(ial, a
ladder of ropes was introduced inWo 'his
cell.
On the day in w'ich he was brought tothe
b;ir, Westminister Hall was crowdeU with
spectators, among whom were many Roman
Catholics, eager to see the misery and hu-
miliation of their persecutor.. A few years
earlier, his short neck, his-legs urev.en as
tbot of a badger, his forehead low as that
of a baboon, his purple cheeks, and his mon-
strous length of chl!in, had been familiar to
all who frequented the courts of law. He
had been the idol of the nation. Wherever
hlie had appeared, men had uncovered their
heads to him. The lives and the estatessof
the magnates of the realm had been*at his
mercy. Times had now changed; and
many. who had formerly regarded him as
the 4elierer of his country., shuddered at
the sight of those 'hideous feat dts on which
villany seetied to be ivWritten by he -hand of
God.
It was proved beyond all possi'bTIity of
doubt, that this man had, by false testimony.
deliberately murdered several guilless per-
sons. He called in vain on the most emin-
ent members of the Parliament, which had
rewarded and extolled him, to give evidence
in his favor. Some of them whom he had
surnmmoed absented themselves. None of
Stem, said any thing tending to his vindica-
tion. 'One of them, the &irl,of Huntingdon,
bitterly reproached him with having de-
Seeived the houses, and drawn oin them t1ie
guilt of shedding innocent blood. The
judges browbeat and reviled the prisoner with
-an intemperance which, even in the most
atrocious cases, ill-becomes the judicial
character. He betrayed, however, no signs
offer or ofshame, and faced the storm oPin
vective which burst upon him front bar,
bench, and witness box, with the insolence
of despair. He was convicted on both in-
dictments. His offence, though, in a moral
light, murder of the most aggravated kind,
was, in the eye of the \aw; merely a misde-
meanor-.
Tire tribu'MIl, howeLVe, eras desirous to
make his punishment more severe than that
of felons and traitors and not merely to put
himn to death, but to put him to death by
frightful torments. H'e waM'entenced to he
stripped of his clerical habit, to be pilloried
in Palace Yanl, to be led round Westmin-
ister Hall, with an inscription declaring his
infamy over his head, to be pilloried again
in front of the Royal Exchange, to be w'hip-
ped from Aldgate to Newgate, and,, after an
interval of two days, to Be whipped from
Newgate \o Tyblrri. If, against all proba-
bility, he shotild happen to survive this hor-
rible infliction, he was to be kept a close
prisoner during life. Five tirthes every year,
he was to be brn utelfobrth from his dugeon,
and exposed on the pillory in different parts
of the capital.
This rigorous sentence was rigorotusly
executed. On the day on which Oates was
pilloried in Palace Yard, he was merciless-
ly pelted and ran some risk of being pulled
in pieces; but in the city, his partisans
mustered in great force, raised a riot,and
upset the pillory. They were, however,
Unable to rescue their favorite. It was sup-


posed that he would d try to escape the horri-
ble doom which awaited him, by swallowing
poison. All that he ate and drank was,
thereforee. carefully inspected. On the fol-
lowing morning, he was brought forth to un-
-dergo -the first flogging;, Alt-an early-;hour,
an innumerable multitude filled all the
streets from Aldgate to the Bailey. The
hangman laid on the lash with such unusual
severity as showed that he had received sp-e-
cial instructions. The blood ran down in
rivulets. For a time, the criminal showed
a strange obstinacy; but at last his stub-
born fortitude gave way. His bellowlings
were frightful to hear. Hfe swooned several
times; but the scourge still continued to
descend. When he was unbound, it seem-
- ed that he had borne as much as the human
frame could bear without dissolution. James
was entreated to remit the second flogging.
His answer was short and clear. He shall
go through with it,if h6 has a breath.in his
body'." An attempt was made to obtain the
queen's intercession, but she indignantly
refused to say a word in favor of such
wretch; :.,
After an interval of only forty-eighti hours,
Oates was again brought to his dungeon.-
He was unable to stand, and it was neces-
sary to drag him to Tyburn on a sledge.-
He seemined quite insensible, and the stories
reported that he bad stupifled himself with
strong drink. A person who counted the
stripes on the second day, said that they
were-'seventeen hundred. The bad man
escaPed with life, but so narrowly that his
ignorant and bigoted admirers thought his
recovery miraculous, and appealed to it as a
proof of his innocence. -'rhe doos of the


An Ex-President Abroad.
A'correspondint of the Bmlton Courier,
after stating that by Khe iftioene, f h*
lady, President Polk hb determined to take o
a tour to Era&pe, ae ,' wil bea t i
and attractive spectacle to see an ex-Presi- o
dent, accompanied by his accomplished la- a
'dy, both in the prime of life, after having
dttoyed tihe 'llgig i ltatb'drs df 'h'ihe bdrlda,
passing a portobn of'rhe 9rene afterdton'bf 0
their life in visiting "toe great theiaiies -if're-
nowo in the old World, and mhgfmng'ith
princes and potentates, w hN, less -41bede- i
to-the will of the people, 4itill hold theiron-
easy seats at the heads Ar dcrtrming gov-
ernmrents. The spectacle 6f A man wHb
.has peacefully ascended from the rdbs& 'I
humble station, to the head ofone of the
greatest (soon to be the greatest) powers of
the globe, and in obed]ehce to law and the
wishes of the people who elevated him,+has
as tranquilly laid down the, great powers I
with which he was temporarily clothed, and ,
descended (b the p.olirichl level of the bhom-
blest citizen,-such a sipedtacle,, we sky+ wil
not be without its moral power and irmtfu-
ende'over the minds of European&s,--oeery
were, whether in high station or Jin'low."'
SLAVEi TaADIN--TWe Southern Recor-
der of the "I27th trh. sayA: '" e progress
of this illegal practice has met with a check, J
and has indeed, we 'preum-, so far asthisbi
vicinage is concerned, been decisively*',
rested, in a case which has just O'e'UrrC.
Swo slave V06culators reached this' Oace
some days ago, with a number df 'iego'es
for sale. The owners were promlil' "hre-
'rested at the instance of the'Mayor, and
brought bUfore the Council. The parties
were saved from going to jail by gv.iAggond
and security foe :the'r appearance nemt Wor-
ning, T' 'the sum* o f omoe thousand dollars.
At the lime for tihe r appearance it seems
the parties arrested Ad judged it best to
forfeit their bond aindl pay in' penalty (which
we presume they ha'd 'rc4i'rted to their se-
curity) rather than abide'the Issue of ife
law they had violated. W6 'iebuire tbat
the proceedings inh this case, will i M ''t'ure
turn the direction of those dealing 'in W'e-
groes, in violation of law, to any other "uar-
ter rather than this." '
SP.g.4M B'usINEss Ii NEW YoaRK.-The
Tribune says : There is more activity ob-i
se'rVAble in our business streets. MerchantsI
from the 'far Wesit' indl- South are in ton$.
buying their'spring stocks, antid th% bV'6Miss
of the season is fairly opened. the, pi'!
pearances are favorable to a good, healthy
sprin trade. TbO? dry goods auctions are
well attended, but he amount of goods.up-
on the market thisoyear in. this way is not
large. Imprrtets haVe,-geneally preferred.
t'o dispose 6f theit s1t'cks 'rrom their own
warehouses."
OYsTEB WAR.--fiAe allimfire Ameri-
can says: We Il' "n from a gentlem'an
just arrived from the Eastern Shore of Vir-
ginia, that a serious collision took place, a
few days since, in bthe neighbor&o00 of
Drummondtown, between the' citizens of
that section and a iiuber of depredators
from Philadelphia. The facts, as we learn
them, ate these: A fleet of some twenty
boats fro Phibadelphia recently entered
that quartetr of the Bay, and cummience'd
making oysies tfroihtbe Virginia banks with
*dredging machinesi mn direct violation eol the
known laws bf ihe Statie, w hieh prohibit iha
mode of taking Oisters, under a penaliy of
$250, and in open defiance of her local au-
Ihorities. The people whosje rigis weroe
thus invaded, determined finally Id take Ihe
matter in their own hands, and ibtd iue
away trie milarauders.from 143eir shores or
aid the authorities in arrestinig them. Ac-
cordingly,, five small., boats were .manned;
and armed with two pieces of cannon ; thus
prepared the -Virginians came upon thle
Philadelphia fleet, and an engageetii PiUi:
sued, in which one oysterman was killed,
and a mast of one of the scbhoners cut away
by a cannon shot. Tbe fleet was then dri-
ven inio the mouth of a.creek, where the
Virginians succeeded, in taking ninety of
,the pirty prisoners, 'hom they conveyed to
Drummondtown, in Accomac county, where


they were lodged in jail. By some inform-
ality in the original warrant the legal pro-
' eedings were quashed, but their magistsirates
had issued a new process, and strenuouiis ef-
fbrts weii reiaking to biiing:the iggrtedsors
.to justice: In the couse of ihe skkimish
one of the Virginians wa shot,. the ball en-
tering near the mouth.and coming out at
the Nidb of the head, carrying away one of
his ears; Our informant states, that great
excitement prevailed thi;oughout theneigh-
borhood of Drummtimtdtbw*h.;i

yj9 A gentleman iW'h Came up thte rter
with general l Taylor, as far as Sinithland,
informs the Cincinnati Co(mmetrial that
General Taylor stated; in a 6Cn'versatto6,
that if .HE was an oIffice-hoider when a ne*
administration came iJtrto power, against
which he had takPn an, active part, he would
riksiGN' his o0ice..- Thiis s called by the':
Commercial t' a gehtl6 bint."
DR. CodLiDue.'---4Te GoyerFor of Maine,
by advice of Coduncil, hias 'commitqt'd'th!e
punishment of Coolidge (now in the Stale
'Prison. at Thomaston, under -sentence6 of
deaith,for the -rrmurder-of Edward Mathdws;)
to -"6confinement to 'hard labor in the State.
Prison during his natural life.,' "


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awaiting tbe.orrival" o4-4he .
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re,,ce she waS l -aDren y - o7' :
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man of P liladelphia-t Aily a +if".J"':_
lowing.- Ar y 'fa i < t' Wes adiog-- otbhey '. +*-
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d'eld to i lie dm cing' c ircu MSlau deA'.drfii -i' ','..
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Sureons. ai a recent djuical'itel,'^e^1". .
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cer'tattlrty; thiat til[ ttie ,c'.ai; di~pujbaftce.,
Is purely Ptln ,onal, U'ependtngrm oderateie-. :;
ntent f1Ihe digestive organs--and this'organ -
dependig on the free. Usi 8^" tbbacxoyleiM '"
and coffee' anid ,cbnfineeno wtthin..H l., ,
i^hat; then;, ar'e then iudicationso aC:Het.l-~'
.ient ? Shall 'w.+ give phyaic ',n-.b _ :, ".
.c~aser Win physt cure*ba'J dhabris ?.Qtj-
a bt o< it. L ,t i pa,'ient -~ii.-r i
away his tobacco,. Hts tka, andi *hi^^ohe'UJ....
adopt a plain, Whblesome diet, and *alaBe~.'.- "
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of derngeenet, and the--effects--wtill''oo f-


cease; A-/'+- ,
Sed him another iiBi..: 61 '*.*,
On the Third Avenue there is,,a-Uut-.-
wh'ere one family- resldrng oA ttfir_ .
.takes one9of the. morniig-p+ptri,.,i++i'^i-J
other family, -who occupy" he second L ..eI,;
subscribe for two olllthers. The- car-jers
throw the three papers in thBhal le aci.6^"?
morning, and the faiihly on' lhet ,frd" 4o
d theT Whl*0 d'to
send down Ibheir large dog far. i.. 1e .j py. 4
-With the utmost regularity,'lthis.sa g Jou
quadruped, which was reared OB. MFWfev
Edward's Island, selecl i6t fr:orn"M^ h
three journals, carries it up stairS ii
fteeth, and delivers, it, to. h iM .nistle-s', -neve
at an, lime making a misa.l64 tJa..
peri. Although the dog-Thmo -"- '4 "
been careUil, watched. %dirrhi.p 1" "
uings, no one has *been.,.a. IekiYn.*T
reasonable conjecture as -to the..nyi la _
'dug hsed 6" distinguish the lu.ial b-
ter subscribes "r.i'i-o' e l<'
York Tribune. 94. LI-60;&
: i ". ,"I
dOld Coffin' moved frojP" 1]ai' ^ lS S
cause he didn't like 'lht"IBirLe 'S" ,t,.i
ter," says he,. givi rMri h
,a cold da au-.. then g d
colder yefi mw^.-:. djfny KJi itf
thep Com a 66d wkdlhdwa*rr."
.nd Boston ate:p ," F ..
.post. -


prison closed upon him. During many
months he remained ironed in the darkest
hole of Newgate. It was said that in his
cell hegave himself up to melancholy, and
sat whole days uttering deep groaus! It
was not in England. alone these events ex-
cited strong interest. Millions of Roman
Catholics, who knew nothing of our institu-
tions or of our factions, had heard that a
persecution of singular barbarity had raged
in our island against the professors of the
true faith, that many pious men had suffer-
"ed martyrdom, and that Titus Oates had
been the chief murderer. There was, there-
fIre, great ,joy in distant countries when it
was known that divine justice had overtaken
'him. Engravings of him, looking out from
pillory, and writhing at the cart's tail, were
circulated all over Europe; and epigrama-
tists, in many languages, made merry with
the doctoral title which he pretended (0 have
received from the University of Salamanca,
and remarked that, since his forehead could
not be made to blsh,; it was Sbut reasonable
that his back should do so.
A NE* SPECIES F 'COTTON.-- en. G.
D. Mitchell, of Warren county, Mississippi,
now in this city, has wirh him specimens df
a new kind of Cotton, which he calls the
Prolific Pomegranate, 'surpass?ng any of the
gossypium farnmily that we bhave yet 'seen.
The General has brought wilh 'hi-nthe tops
and side branches, just as they were taken
from the plant, all thickly studded with open
bolls, to show the growth 6T the st6ck, dis-
position of *he bolls, &c., and with the 'evi-
dences thus presented, every intelligent
planter will at once acknowledge its superi-
ority over all other kinds. The stalk does
not attain a height usually of more than
four or five feel, but every portion of the
plant is literally covered with bolls, which
are`'sustained in an upright .position by the
strength and vigor of the stem and branches.
The chief peculiarity of this plant is that
the 'stem and branches have nojoints as in
oth'e'r kitds-and although the bolls are so
numerous'there 'ea-n be no inconvenience in
picking. In fact, a'n'expert picker might at
one grab garher half a dozen- at a time.
This advantage will be well understood and
appreciated by planters. We are free to
acknowledge that the Prolific Pomegranate
is a superior kind of'Cni'ton. The staple is
beautiful,, and far more silky than the best
Petit Gulf. AI'I bthis-can be satisfactorily
illustrated by 'G'en. M. with the samples-
.ginned, i:n t'he ib611 and on the stock-which
he has with bhim. He is an intelligent and
experienced planter, and is therefore able to
speak from his own knowledge.
Frofn one-'third 'oT at acre, measured, he
gathered andbweigh'ed tlie past season two
thousand one hundred and 'forty-two pounds
: of superior Cotton. "One hundred pounds
off'he seed Cotton yielded thirty-two and a
half pounds lint, andti by an accurate test he
found that sixty-five b6lls made one-poland
of lint,.
Gen. Mitchell will remain in the city'a
few days, and nmay be seen at the counting
room of Messrs. Baker, William & Co.,
F where samples of the Co'ton may be in-
spected.-Mobile Herald.
A REMARKABLE PHENOMENON.-A very
remarkable case in Inedical science has
transpired, which will prove interesting to
the profession, as well as an oljeci 'of curi-
osity. A !adty residing in Locust street,
named Flaherly, wrho has belen, sick for a
longperiod of lime, and was treated for va-
rious diseases, such as heart complaint,
spinal irritation, &c., was relieved of the
cause ofher physical distress but a few days
ago, by medicine administered by Dr. Solo-'
mon Heine, which expelled a tape worm
fifty two and a half feel long. This mon-
ster was exhibited to us yesterday by Dr. H.
himself, and it certainly is a formidable
looking foe to health. It is preserved 'in a
glass jar, and is really an object of curiosity.
We do not know the nature of the medicine
that was given, but we learn that four table
spoonfuls ofit, like a search warrant, found
the enemy, dislodged him from his position,
and made himn vacate the premises instantly.
Y Philfd-elphi Ledger.
A F'Ac'i'.--The ready, wit of a true-born
Irislhman, however humble, is exceeded
only by his gallantlry. A few days since,
says an exchange paper, we observed a case
in piiint. A sudden gust of wind took a
parasol Irbin the hand of its owner, and be-
fore one had a chance t'o Irecollect whether"
it would be his etiquette to catch the para-
sol 0f a lad,, tod whomii he had neverr been
introdutted; a lively Emeraltdei dropped his
hod of bricks, caught the parachute in the
Midst diits Ellsler gyrations, and presented
it to the loser, with a low bow, which re-
minded us of poor Power. Faith, ma-
dam,"' said he as he did so, "if you were as
strong as you are handsome, it WooUl~n't
have got aay frotii o.0". Whi, ch shall
I thabk you ifor first, the service or ihe cdtri-
plirnent?" asked the lady, smilingly.-
." Troth, madam," said Pat, again touching


Sthe place where once stood the brim of
what was a beaver, "that look of your
beautiful eye thanked me for boh1."'--iv-
erpool Mercury.
NOVEL IIqCID.r+;.--As the-stameirT'a-
veler was coming through the Sound yes-
terday, from'New York, when off Eaton's
Neck,,she was hailed by a gentleman along-
side, on the ice, for a New York paper.
It appeared that the Norwich boat, (on
which he was a passenger,) was lying at a
distance, frozen .in, and the ennui on boaid
had ternpted him to intercept our boat, for
a paper. His passage back was watched
with some interest, as the ice under him
swayed fearfully, from the motion of the
steamer. It was an unusual and exciting
scene, but he was at last observed clamber-
ing into his ice-bound craft.-New Haven
Register. .
EMIGRATION AND COLONDIZATIN.-' Ma,'
said a young lady to her mother the other
Sday,,' what is emigrating?' .Molher.-- tEmi-
grating, dear, is a young lady going to
California.' Dqughter.-What is coloni-
Szing, ma ?' Mother.--' Colonizing, dear, is
marrying there and having a family.'-
'Daughter.-- Ma, I should like to go to
California.'
There's a good time coming" for the
printers at last-for it is said that Old Zach
will consider no man's claims to office who
i cannot show full receipts from theprinter.
3 There being 4,596,231 office-seekers, of
i whom 4,585,i20 owe the printer, of course
There will be lots of paying up."--Nash-
Sville Whig.


APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY, MARHO 8, 1849.


irdlo the Charleston Couii`er, March:3.
BY TELEGRAPH.
FROM WASHINGTON.
Proceedings of Congress of Thursday.
In the Senate, Mr. Walker's amendment
to. the Civil .List Bill was passed. ''r.
Dix moved the Wilmot Proviso, which was
rejected. Mr. Benton voted against Mr.
Walker's Bill to take the 7th census.
In the house, thle Senate amendments to
the Civil List Bill were referred. The bill
providing for the settlement of the accounts
of officers who'coillected military'd6brtribu-
tions, and the bill establishing census boards
were passed. The Senate amendment to
the Indian appropriation bill was considered.
Mr. Atherton made a speech on. the slavery
,question.
The Ho ue'iddc, urred in Senate's amend-
ment for thee'temporary government of Cal-
ifo rniar.
The following are now said to be the
gentlemen who a'te 'to compose tb Cabinet
of G6t. Taylor, viz:
John M. a '0yton, of Delaware, Secre-
tary of State.
Abbot Lawrence, of Mi" sachuitts, Sec-
retar, of the Navy.
George W. Crawford, of Geotrgia, Sec-
retary of War.
Mr, Meredith, of Pennsylvania, Secre-
tary of the Treasury.
Mr. Ewing, (most probably) Post Master
General. '
William B. Preston, of V irginia, Attor-
ney Generaf.
The President's Levee took place on
Wednesday evening. The crowd that at-
tended is said to have been immense. Gen.
Cas ws present, and great efforts made to
induce'Gen. Taylor to attend also, but not
successful.
New York Markets.
A despatch received at Baltimore late on
rTht i'iday night, states that the sales odf
tCoi+on on Wednesday arrrounted to 3000
bales, ht ahn average &eclhle 6f one-eighth
of a cenl.
On Thursday last, tte acconits from
New York being down to 5 o'clock that
day, gives sales of ]200'bales Cottoni, at 71
for fair Upland, and 7J for fair Orleans.
The market was dull, and in favor of buy-
ers.
Sales of Rice were thde at from 5 to 31
for fair prime. The market was firm.
Since the reception tof the above, the dis-
patches due from Baltitbrre and Washing-
ton have come to hand bringii'g is tnte fol-
lowing intelligence :
FURTHER DiSPArCHES.
From, Washington.
In the Senate, yesterday, the bill remit-
ring duties on goods destroyed by fire in
New York, was considered and rejected.
Vice President Dallas retired from his seat
after reading an elaborate address. Mr.-
Atchison was appointed President pro. terti:
Mr. Webster offered resolutions compli-
mehtihg |Mr. Dallas, which were adopted.
A variety of miscellaneous and executive
business Was transacted. The bill for the
settlement of ascertained Mexican claims
wa discussed and passed.
Tn the House, the Finance Committee
reported Mr. Webster's California project
as a substitute ior Mr. VWalker's. Mr. Wil-
mot mbved his Proviso in Cbmmnittee. The
whole was rejected by a vote of 89 to 96.
The final question was not taken at the lii'ie
a recess was cdnCluded-on.
The Presidet entertained Gen. Taylor
and Mr. iFililore, at a large dibher, on
Thursday. "
New York Marketi
Co'i2TToN.--Dates from New York of yes-
terday afteirnoon, state that the market for
cotton had slightly advanced again, with
sales of i50{} bales, prices firm at dcose ol"
business. Total sales since the arrival of1
steamer i2,8b0 bales"
RICE unchanged-the im'fket firm but
not active. Neither 13as there been any
change in New Orleans Sugar or Flour;
MR. CLAY, MINISTER TO FRANCE.-
The St. Louis Republican says:-"We
have a rumor, through. private source at


New Orleans, that Mr. Clay *ill accept the
office of U. S. Senator from Kentucky, and
serve during the coming extra session; but,
if his wishes are consulted, he will be at
liberty to resign the oi~ce bf Senatoirand
accept the appoiniment of Minister to
France. His appointment to this disiin-
gutshed post would not only be acceptable
to the Nation, but reflect the highest credit
on the administration of Gen. Taylor;. We
doubt not, if Mr,, Clay's wishes are rio ac-
cordance with. this rumor, 'that -he will be
tendered the ap'pointment.'-,
DELAWARE" U; S. SENrAToR.-The Le-
gislature "of' Delaware have elected Jfi6h
Wales,\sEsqq, of Wilmington, a sound
Whig4, U. S. Sena tor to ,fill the vacatrcy6c-
casioned by --ie'" resign 'on, of the H-on.
John M. Claytou.


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Cotton Statement. La'sh
Y Year.
Stock on hand Sept. 1,1848. :...5 578
Received past 3 days.. 2.. .530
pteviously.'.... '..10913 ,"
Total.....;Y-- 104949 67347
Exported past 3 days..........6211
4 previously......... .5699 .
Total.......-- 64910 34277
On hand and on shipboard notcleared 40039 33070


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] For Sate. .: 'i:.
LOT 8, block 17, on Broad stredts4ritht
four WoodeneBuildings' thereon. 6t-
=further paftculars, Inquire ofithnesub-
scriber on the premises.
March 1. : WM. WORRIKER.
For.lReut. '
THE Dwelling House lately occupied
by the pndersigned. Terms acrord!to-
,J dating. 'Apply to ....
B. S. HAWUEYI*!i "
Nov 25 Columbus--Bot..- .-
"* *. "


unions.
FOR sale by I o
Feb 1 B ELLISON & Co.


S To-Bent. /" *
SSTORES Nos. 6 ColupnbnsBioe, sa',.
i 18 Water street. For ferms,'apply..d ,
Nov 11. COURSE, SOI'0NE & Coy
*i For Sale.- I-':,
n COILS Rope ; 100L fTTw w,4.
100 Jan 18 NOURSE, STONE 41, Co,.


Oil Cloths adiCt Caripels.':"'+
1 K PGS OilCloth, l;.ad:;2 yIrdsi wid ,.,. -
L .3 pcs. superIngrain Carpueting, ---,-- -
3 Sf 'i -:!. .'~ .1C
10 Tufted Rugs, .C -: .Al
For sale by WM. G. P'ORTER &-CON,.
Dec 30 41 Waer srtet. ,
M/OFFAT'S LIFE: P1I.S .,kND.P"i IX
BITTERS, just received and! foiale,
Nov 28 F. AJEL,;:biruj.ls.. "
.. ft. 4 yirlne.,ri.e -' ,' -.I '* vt .
A LARGE assottflent of"Extractsb&Iogne,
& c. & t. for sale by *: ;. .. .-
Dec 9 J C AL-LE.-"
.r Gold Pens! Gold. P .ensloi,%. ii
OF the latest anrd most approvedgtslX-jasbi:
0 reeeivedeafidbor sale by,. : ., .
Nov 18. T C! ALET;N &.X.,''f


_ _


.. Saddlery, A6i0si, ,;", "-
'ADDLES, of varituis pallerhs and;qaliaiiei 4 .k ,
Bridles; curb and Snaffle btW,'-" :-- of
Saddle BOigs, "; ; . '' ,:
Martingales slnd Whip?, for s.le by-" .. ;:si
WM. G. POOMTRA.&Co... .
Dec 30"" ," 41 e e -,./ ,
-' Havana T'bacco- Seed,';l ;i-o ",
FOR* saleiiby --7r;- -;
FeblI ; -- n -
Cily Lols, ,.. ..i .dp(,
T OR Lease or Sate,'lbr w'hicbh \jrrjniee-deedi
-2 will be given. Apply:t ---, .
Dec 28 /
-Lemqoul Syrup.. .h+,J "
ASUEERrOR article, justI rWd hn0 ffrt.
sale by , -"
FebS .Jc Ait C4 '

KII|BBLSNewYorkCIained, ustrecervedr
5 0, and for sale by "" _
Jan 11 C A OREE 010it
School Books, ) -' --. .
F OR sale by r' ,"
S Feb 11 ,H'FABEEA.l
Dysentery CordiaA., .'. ,, *:
DD. WOODRUFF'S Dysentary Corlialjust. '
received and for Sale'by. -
Dc -"H A'BF IL;''
Citron, Carraufls, Kainins, r.en w.
Ois, &i.' I
JUSF received in fine order, apd o .i
SJan.. C ;A GREVo E .NT Co.
WO Jan* ..C A*RE_ - -C' --
Hemp add Cotton I !j
A FINF assortment just receifved'4-om.ew-"
York, Ibr sale by l, kj :'t ) ,
SJan 11 G A .GREENW-1h..jf.
W/OODRUFF'S Compoirtion Powder, ToclQ
W by [Feb 1] J C .L. M "E'N' o. --- -
.. .-. ( "' -"*o = .
SWlite Lead;.-,,-H&iA,^,AO
NTO t Extra and Pure, us&.rfeci,'irs'a&jM!
L Jan 25 J C ALLE B.CAi L. .. :-
*. 1 Note. -lpfmq .
DERFORATED an'd'Embqsed-^ Bt m T -
sale by .' qftafe .lL 1- "
Dee 9 J C- ALL S3 ?i "t^'y
S Boots a -d: ... .
,-FOR SA 'LE, 'y -h e"a :.jB g "
SNovA8 18 B f- a 3


To Bent.
PART of the Fire-proof Store, No. 24 Water
street. Enquire of D B WOOD.


Nov 18-
Negroes Wanted.
f"f' LIKELY hands wanted, for whom liberal
20, wages will be paid. Apply to /
S 8. WM. FOSTER,+
Feb 8. 4t Agent of Screw.Press.


1 1


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wTOODRUFF'S Anti-bilious Pills, for sale by
.l -Feb 1 J C. ALLEN & Co.
Panacea. ... -'
SWAIM & .HOUCK'S Panacea, juat received.
and for salehy ..
Feb 17 .1 F:ABELL..


4





Proclamation. '"


Eli .'.'- rr qud o the Biiitim.re San.
tat .., 5 to--. tr,*Feb. 26; 1849.
Er?- "-i ^ ^Mi^at'o/ Getk' Tayfr

n.- ;:o, +vo.
Rut d';aWiyRt'iJ ..int++nt--M.ny remo-
ap ?1B^lllC^ i^;Prsident Fitinwme.
"i.l- 1. "f'.i ,j"chairmani of the
"' tee app6inted by the two Hou-
Pl ii the President andti Vice Pre-
f -n- ' .xTi'i t';el'eetion, discharged thai
i-' s..1rmn'g. He deliveredd a brief
.arit.dress -toGefi. Taylor, and
fy'libdWi deep and manifest
.,+ ',i l -; ;,;' -r ->

as. oin. 'o10r',.tfeil j*Idat: he would take
k, t'c i.'p, i bed by the constitution, onu
t 12+ ceclock. It was rumoored
Ivtd-he ..td:to.lke .it on Sunday ibor-
ng,.--., 'a,,Rid ltleinlerregnum of
e .,, -.,

br:tyw;oi'ic'ers, familiarly acquainted
E 'l '.T.aylor, presss the opinion that
..... ta '- le -Health; cbmp,)did with
l tieWt ha-'us6d4ly 6njoyetl. After the
'" iffiAl0t':heo.it 'is"ns'ho ded, some repose,
a inff.-ptirrulfv tlo recoverr from the fa-
ft'rav.itke- ng hand, and making

^_ endiVy. r'f'L.' 6r. a applicants for of-
t--. f teet :t-'.teheals-of'the proper dqpartlnents.
-. says, openly, tfitt Jle will 'oid his Cabi .
rt" del DlDe hii ahd that their-assist-
a i. ".A lb.[e,r espqpsible to ihes. They will
eo. r S Y: e' .t.ro re. be pje'rMn iiel i-o select

MYOK ern1 has also, in conversation,
ianod h -lo' show liat he will ;ullhorize
WfIN l`iiol als,:nol o.u'p,ly gifnnd, but on
I elc reOT'c acit'r ai qu:,lifirtiontms.
J-;-i'ifilnoib': boroferreBl witih Mr.
'A -O n rinl Mr..1Filhn11, aq to IIhe coin
X v1, 1 iils. cabinet. Ile has ni|e ni-
,'H lu re'lhim, *aml he will av;,il hiinre ll
f'\ beiet t1 lens rto be founliid in.lie Wl ig
,,- r~anks'.,,1 .- ..,'
bti-hoei. e i'6h s heen' y l certiihry designaied,,

i i e bee
'entloneIheii'i Ge n'. ay ur hnhself. SomIe
pebrsotns infti red tlirh' 'soinc 'ing I hat I'ell
I iQ n.'hiin;, that i e ivi,'ildl..invite M r. Fl,,aCe
ne.y l t, .',ke a ,lefP.,wrlne t ll It wis as-
q.tqij|at LuMr.-Binn.ey haid aci.illv b n
Ii'vilId. Bul tiiis is pIenpemate. Others
%4iesdiirrhised IIha Mr. (Geore Evmis %oill
r;dtainiy be c'll(d io flle Trpasnry. Bil
Are -Generdl intends to take h few d';vs more
'r'caet delibeiation and consuhallafiii on
t~ll' su-hject.
.,-_, o '. ,n e .lhas yet -im 'lFrt;lken to say Illal
,GV.:. Taylor hits expressed iiny oliiiinion or
1'se1' an4 iifluetice, upon ihe fPegilshllion ol
C' H, res.', o ilhe ftrrioiri;l qiiestint ThIie
Si'.ffe'rn'"'\ V1iW t mltpbers are very nmucli
;ci.pnaosed,'to relive General Tahylr Irmn
MfuUte ebiihrras ihf-ts m oin itfi. subject lIy
settling ihe lles'tn nO6\v. ho il! Mr.
W'iLalker's inmeniicn I ,S'ie Snn ie're
xTi pos.4ibiliqy ihit the %Whig''of ihe Hiuse
'-will suffer If to pass, %ililuiul Ihe .Vil'rThol
Iproviao. i.
rhe Vile .c res, V -"nlt er'cljas l'u'ments
ait tfie Nih'it'hial KHiel. He received lthe
Vis'ils 'u'll .i" re' y of his ol( Iri'finds, as well s,,
I 'I '. 6 1 -1 d o-da.` Ile
,sltralil ers, l.i[ ev'enln and o-a -e
-looks reinu ah ry well.'lliou-gh lhis I' air h;is
'l;roed 'roiri lln'hk to iron grey since P was
a member of lile HIouse. ON.
.a,1. T 7.l.e.fdalowii g- boeiu. ifutl collnplli en I no
lyjr. Clay ivwe'cop I'r.oinl ihe L[ousvi-lle Jour-
nal. It is a just i'ribule To llie greaIl 6an 0o
the age: +, ,
Allnuglh Mr. C'lay was lived beiy.onil the
'allotted period of ihreescnre years and
t'en'," yet he enjoys.in an enoinent ilRgree the
iorce and 'the freshneas of hiSidisinguishled
primem. HTis b'eari'ng is as erecl -tid lhis step)
Sr fir s ilie, were in ve';im long gone by;
..-nei h r 'has his eye lost iny ol' its quickness
or oTtfial fire before which guill aIttl cor-
ruplofitnqu'iled Iwenly ve;,rs ago. Though
-itbeirosts' of IMiany Nve.|rs bavewhitened 'fiis
S -ocks, auillitl'Wid si h grerl" has driven its plow-
+ share over .his furrowed brow, yet-his heart
his lust none 01of its sensih ilify, and the fi-
S" 'ulties' :of h'is g'rea mind are wholly un-
S 'touched by ,he finer, (if ,ledeiy. His clhi-
valroUS chh racier, his Iiilyhliv inlellecl, WilS-
'alom and eloquence, vel rteinaiB Io'coil'ii'iiin
.respec! andi Vteneraiinn. In trTe Sehate he
will of course iiiiineiliillelv take a leading
: .')"arl in it deliberatin ns, ;in'd ww -have no
'( o ibt I.hat Gen. T'rylor will tfrind. in him a
rpeslant chlamni)io h Ihn willnrepel tihe thrusis
hliiclI the adlvocaes of' L,,U#,fit cois i *-tinay
S ;it iiahun. Nothing e~in lIe moregrossly
absurdd or utterly u nii,,nkld lhan the'u lp-
l-. ( positionn I.hat Mr. CIlv will ever I''reii any
--'h. Ihlat distinguished consideration, which
Ihe.Whigs enleriaii for Iiirt, by a fadcious
n( ;,hnd.lnalicious olqsiiiiun 'to a Whig adniui
S islratign. No. lie gall;inr Harry of Ihe Wesi
i. i he soul of honor, ;|nl lie will not in the
S- winter of his life I rove recreant to his toftY
.--sentiments, bdl, iuetol'l rincipleS.w hiceh
". .hie asih .,Hlys cherished, he will yield a cor-
: ,_ ,d'a11lsujp')o'rt bis friends and be ready to
minrn aside ihe shalts ol his enemies. No
(fishdi'orwilislain Ihe Lveuing of his life. and,


his sp.q, upobscpred by the mists of treach-
eIry, iv;ll go down it dazzling iptendor.
~ `. : r ,. . + +
S I. KIUTENANT GENERAL.--In he& Senate,
,t' the.42th Feb., M'r. Fitzgerald askel.and
S. 'btgined lie unanimous consent f Ih'e Senr-,
% Ale to introduce Ihe foil6wjing.joint fresolu-
.ti'on, with was re.ad, an]d passed to tie me-
Scondl reading ,. ,,
S, ,Rcsofd, Tha;t lle. President of the Uoi-
S" ed States b6, "ad heis hereby, aulhorized
It in~ u .. -e.'
lio.co6fer upon Maj. General VIlnbeld Scott
'}he brevet app0intnmeht ofIieentant general
-'ofth'e-army qof the UuitedStates, as a token
'- .. bf national gratitude for the services he has
redde~red!-his 'country adild ip ,fiqnor o'lt V10
'distinguished ab6illiy as general.
.-" P#Rfcoctods RASCALIrY.-The Jonesbo-
.- '.rotgt (TenrI.) Whig says: We are au-
-' tlib6ried to oiter a-reward, of five ceuts for
S htbh' apirehension on the youug thief or
r- -htieses.min', on Monday night, iheO IMl
,rit'8t1, i66k e money out of the hat, raised
-'-iies-a puolit 0olleclion, at a Temperance
-.nee iog. mnJonesbbrouglih, to buy candles
- ,- :for t~he. usB of tie Society. The hat.had
lrs;beejpapse d .along the seat here tlhe boys
.,.. Were, ad theyrobbed it of ide lhst dime.
",--'JonB~harotlgh is iHard to beat."
-- .- '^'",4k,'g-sawing-witrh a saw that wafs r oti'e
.- ^*t.sl-r-pbt-A n the world, after trying vainly t0
O i-..%-kh.. it;i' iobke ou at l!as' as follows:--.
1,. 1.iQ lI the.s tin at-.1 enver.saw- saw, 1 ne-
"i. ver saw a saw sw as t-huat saw saws.",


CiTY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.'
COUNCIL CHAMBER,
*' MONDAY'EVENING, F,*h, 5149. 5
i Council met:. Preserit J. S ifutchinson,, May-
or; Councilmen, Messrs. Hughes, Darden, Han-
cock, bAigh, Barber, Jones, Downer.
The minutes of the last meeting were read and
apprired. "
: tiie Clerk iepoited the returns of the Harbor
.MaUlter and Marshal for "'the'month of'January
l4t, which were accepted and confirmed, and
further time given the present Harbor Master to
make a, il1 report. ,
-Mr. Hushegsr M6ved tat'tfhe Harbor Master be
inmtircted'to coileCt the'same fees from the stea-
mer 6uihey as is paid Vy other boat. Adopted.
Mr. Barber, from the Committee on the Fir*'
Department, to whom. was referred the petition
o the firemen and otVs, to be allowed the pri-
vilege of electing the engineers of the Fire DW-
partment, reported adverse lo said.petition,which
was read and on, motion of Mr. Joines accepted
arid confirmed.
K, r. Caighfrom Comrmittee on P ullc rouiniis,
rported that the commnittee'had examined the
.Promenade, and recommended that the same be
leased for a term of years.. fe aliso pre.se ted
the appiicatlion of Mr. John Lucas to lease the
same for fifteen years. And on lotionn of' Mir.
Dardea, ordered that the Committee on 'ub'lic
Grounds1. 'eauihorised to lease the said Prome-
nade to Mr. Lucas for the term of fifteen yeirs,
requiring him to make such improvenlents as the
committee think lroj. ,
Mr..-fughes moved that Mr.-jenriett have
leave to withdraw his claim. Adopted.
Mr. Darden introduced an ordinance, entitled
.-"i Ordinance for regulating the wharves,"
which was read'by the Clerk, and on motion of
Mr. Barber, further action thereon was post-
poned utitt the fext meeting.
The Committee on Claims reported intfavor
of the following bills, h;v.ich werek edrally pass-
ed and allowed: ,
Apalachicola Excthange, for refeshiments
at filre. L."....' .. .................... $45r 00
'r. Orman, for services of boy as watchman, 2 00
A. N, McKay&'Cb "2 00
S..Wiihams for services as watcliman...,.'. 2 00
T. Strickland lor services as watchman.1.. 2 5P
John Gannon for drayage ........"....V..' '.. 2 75
J McDermot, for break for Engine No. 1.. 6 50
On mniltiIio the Council then adjourned. !

COUNCIL 'dHAMBER,
MoNDAY EvicNifi, Feb. 12, 1849.
Council met: Present J. S. Hutchinson, May-
or; Councilmen, Mle'srs.'/Hughes',Han'cock, -Dar
den, Caigh, Downer and Brbr. e "
The minutes of the last meeting were read and
approved. .
-Mr. Darden moved that t(be mesmerizer nhave
ilhe ude of the Councei Chamber at 5 per night
if he charges for hi lectutes', arid gratiiitously if
; .1 ... ,.
he does not cha'ige. ,
I, ,.; JL. .,- " ''
The meiniial of Messrs ]Xoursse, Stone & Co.
and others, to amend the ordinance entitled an
ordinance to amend ah ordinance,entitled an ordi-
nance concerning slaves," .passed 30th Jan. last,
was p-sc- nted andreal, whereuponMr. Darden
moved'fhat leave be'gi'ven to withdraw said me-
mrnorial. Adopted. -
Mr. Darden called Up an 'or'-inance epreenlted
by him at a former meeting, entitled an ordi-
riance for regulating the wharves," &c. which
was read and duly passed by its title.
S. The following bills were presented and refer-
red to the Committee on Claims:
A. T. Bennett for laying plank walk,&c. $361 30


FOR CALIFORNIA GOLD!
Ice: Ice!!
THE Ice House will be open at 10 o'clock, A.
M. tbr one hour only till the 1st of April-'
Ithen it will be open from 6 till 7, and from 12 till
1, one hour each opening onliy.* Steamnboats and
vessels supplied'at all hours when in the act of
leaving, Customers will please be punctual, as
the houte'will not be opened at 'any other hour.
SRate's of selling- Three cents per pound for all
supplies less than a hogshead-by the hhd 2t cts.
Any person wishing tickets can get them by ap-
plying fo the subscriber. Tickets or cash'-no
credit. .A. HANCOCK.
March 8, 1849. 6-.m


UNITED STATES
Wholesale' Clothing Warehouse,
LEWIS I HANFORD,
Nos. 252 & 256 Pearl Street,
(Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip,)
.VEW YORK.
HAVE ON HAND THE LARGI'E R ASSORTMENT OF
CLOSIHINCG
IN THE
UNITED STATES.
Adaptled to the Southern and Soulhwestern Mar-
kets!!!
7 -. Tn the article of :
SHIRTS AND DRAWEB9,
We keep an endless variety.
ALSO THE MOST EXTENSIVE MANUFACTUTERS OF
OIL CLOTHING
AND
COVERED HATS
i'n the World!
Plain and Fashzonable Clothing, of Wll kinds
LEWIS & HANFORD,
Nos. 252 & 256 Pearl st.
Dec. 28,1848. 48-3m
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
Albro, uoayt & Co.,
72 John Street,
ARE inow receiving into torefrom their Fag-
Stones, at Elizabeth-Town, N. Jila variety
of new and original patterns of
H'ieavy' 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 IS feet in width, a
large assortment, embracing 'mruhy new pafferns
of thkir. :
S lVledium Floor Oil Cloths,_
1lso, 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 Floor Oil Cloths,
Also, Mahogany, Rosewood and figured 4-4,
5-4-and 6-4,M English, German and American
a Tlable Oil Cloths.
Also, a great variety of new patterns of
Carriage Oil Cloths.
All of which they offer to the trade on liberal
terms.
Jan. 2, 1849. jan25 52-3m


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TL


S


BY WILLIAM D. MOS-EBT, *.,
Governor of .'4!oridsk / :
W HEREAS, it is required by Ia*' th'at d eh.
tion be held in this Stare on the- fitrJtMon-
day in May next, for a Register of Public' f[ndi,
to hold until the first Motdayin October ,l8_ 5
also, for Judges of Probate fo/ the several CO1%
ties, to hold till the first Monday ofOcir.&al 85l,
and for Justices of the Peace f(r eadc D lt-WCtin
the several Counties, to hold f6r two: year (a0l
of said officers to continue in office till their suCe-
cessors shall be elected and qualified :)
IT Is HEREBV ORDERED, That tld sa ieleer
tihn be--6ld throughout the State, according to
law!, and the officers whose duly it is to order said -
"elecions,will take -iotiee herofi.. .. ..
Witness mhy hand and the tieat .eal f -tte
r; *, State given at the Capitol, this 20th day
[SA.L.] of Janulary, A. D. 1849, and ,4f llhjn-
,dependence of the Uniled Stat-s tU
73d year; ',- ;" '
W. D. MOSELEY, Gorfor;
SAtteSt: ; ;
A. E. MAXWEi;., Secretary of Stte.fT .',
January 25, 1849. : '*-*>
0tU All papers in 1 be State insert twoe set@w
For Liverpool .
STHE new and splendid ship JE03 .,
t apt. Ford, will have quick dispattr r
S the above port. For freight orpaiss .
apply to ... ; ;. II:
Feb 15 NOURSE, STONE,& o.,
For New York. ,'
St-: THE fast sailing Schoone1 TIO",-
Ledi Gollins, master, is noW'-1adi.*otg or a
.^ above.port, will' take a few balb op deck
only. For freight of which apply to :::.
A N McKAY & :-.-
For Boston. ,.
THE fine ship ROBERT PAT771,
j^ -Fulton, master, will have ditpalch' for
3^g the-above Dort. For deck (reig;tt"ap-
ply to '" "
March 8" CHAS. ROGERS "& :

APIALAHlCtLA: 0 e ll @.,
THIS house ha. been 1h.orot ly
soon refitted for the season, and th'e'.ub'--
'llil scriber :takespleas re in IhtpM'ipg
g lthe public that he'is now in readi.
ness for the reception of peiranent
*nd transient boarders, at the HshailraeiEt' Ls-.
che- Wdtt sihe is an odrpp, -And- travei~iitey
depend upon having all thp luxuries and d^al
cies of the market s served up in .fthebest ktyle.
The BAR is' now and will at all times e 'kept
supplied with the choicest Wines, Liquorsl and
Cigars. A. con'tinuatidn of the liberal clsto&G
heretofore bestowed, is respectfully solicited.
-. :JOHN PARTRIDGE,:
---December 9, 1848. .


Exports of'Cbtton from Apalachidola, -,
Commencing Sept. 1, 1848, and same time in 18-7.


FI Past IRrevi-
WHITHER EXPORTED. 13 daysp Qusly.


r TALLast
TO rlIseason
.19so05 .10715
..2114 ......
'.'...'.'. ^24
..1310 ......
.322 ......
.26449 .13439
..9791 .11412
.14460 ..6314
.1327 ..1964


To the DVas~ier of the Steamer
.Magnolia, and to all persons
Interested in said Steanmer, her
Tackle, Apparel, Farniture,
-'and Ia'ehinery.
WTHEREAS,:a Libel hath been duly fifled on
V the seventei6th day of February, 1849, by
Wni.' .. Sayis, doctor on behalf of Jere-
miah, "Dlay 'ailf DanrI I J.'Day, merchants and
partners, doinrg'&tiness in the city of Apalachi-
cola, under the style of J. ay & Co., in the
county ofFranklin and State otf'lmorida', and in the
Northern Distrlct' ofFidriNa,'gai ikejthe Steamer
Magnol:ia, her Thcl'le,+'AparcLand Fdrni'tulr', ana
agaiit t'te Flint Riveri Conpany and owner' of
said ieamiboaf, and all '.pjersons'iiitervenii'r g for
their interest, in' a .case of bofromry, civil ana
mard'me; and, *ihe'reas'; in pursuance thereof
an attachment an' monitionn hath issued from
said Court, to me directed, returnable at the
Clerk's, office ih the city of Apalachicola on the
twelfth day of March next, wherein I' aihong
other thins, am commanded to seize aril safely
keep the said Stean'y, hDe tackle, apparel and
furniture, until the further orders- of the Court,
and to give due notice to all persons interested in
the same; and, whereas, I have. in pursuance of
the said attachment, seized the said Steamer
Magnolia, hel fackle, apparel, furniture and ma-
chinery : i -, i
Now, therefore,:notice is heieby giVefi o all
perbqns, concerned of said Libel and seizure
aforesaid, and that'they are required to appear at
the Clerk's office in the city o~f Apalachicola, on
the twelfth day of March next, being the return
day of said process, and the time and place as-
signed for the hearing of said cause, and then
and there interpose a claim, if any they have,
or shev cause why the said Steamer, her tackle,
apparel, .ftrnitii.e, and machinery should not be
sold to satisfy the demands of the Libelants.
ROBERT MYERS; U. S. Marshal
i Northern District of Florida.
Apilachicola, Feb. 24, 1849. I


Liverpool...........
Havre...............
Nantz..... .'. -1.'. .. .
Trieste....... .... .*
Genoa........... ..
Other ortt,.. .....
Total tp F'or. Ports.
New Yrk...'........
Boston.. ...........
Proyidente.. ........
Philadelphia .........
Baltimore............
New Orleans.........
Oth.ir nnrtQ*


..2857


S16P48
..2114

.1310
..1570
.21942
1.8693
.14460
.13270


..4507
~..o

..1098


.'."606


..208.951 ..20831557 ..961180
. .2083 ..2083 .. .968


u merport pU l...........* ..... ... .. ** ......* .. ....
Total Coastwise.... ..1704 .36757 3--461 20838
TOTAI-BALES. .... 10 .34277
COMPARATi.E RECEIPTS, EXPORTS, AND STOCKS OF
COTTON AT THE PORT OF APALACHICOLA, FROM
THE FIRST .OF SEPTEMBER TO DATE, IN THE FOL-
LOWING YEARS ,
,4wecepts. Exports. Stocks.
1848....;......'...0444 '64910 40039
1847 ................66769 .34277 33070
g46*...... .. .72510 31852 ,41646
-1845 ................63239 30395 24742
1844 ............... 100016 59049 49970
1843 ............... 84370 59279 25302


Arrived.
March 4-Br ship John Fielden, Strang, fm Bris-
tol, to Sims & Cheever.
.chr Columbia, Knapp, fm New York.
q.hjx Ann Sophia, Tuthill, fm Havana.
V prch 6-Ship Rob't Patten, Fulton, fm Boston.
Bark John Brewer. Tolford, fm Boston.
Bark Ann Hood, Collins, fm New York, to Sims
& Cheever. .
March 7--:Ship Constellation, Flitner, fm New
York. .
Br. bark BPttish American, Powell, fm Mobile,
to J C Maclay.
Schr Ruth-Thinoma, Amsbury, fm Havana.
\ March 8-Schr Burmah, McFarlan, fm Key
West.
Steamer Southerner, Shaw, from Columbus.
Steamer Palmetto, McAlister, fm Columbus.
Steamer Fashion, Cadwallader, fm Columbus.
Stearmxr Boston, Lea, from Columbus.
Steaiffer Quincy, Alien, fm Chattahodhee.
Steamer :Peytona, Morton, from Eufaula.
Steaimer Eufaula, Barns, from Eufauli.
/, lea'red .
March 2--Bai(k Abbot Lordj Joyce for LiVer-
pol61, by J Day & Co. ,,,,
Ship Robert Parker+ Wie'k', Uor idbile..
March 5-Ship Peter .Hattrnck, Rockwelr, Feor
Antwerp, by Nourse, Stone .& Co.
Schr Florence,. Jordan. for Mobile. ,.
Schr Carolina, Hubbard, for Baltimore, by Chas
Rogers & Co. I
March 6-ShipMonument, Trott, for Liverpool,
by B Salter.
Schr'Patrick Heqry, Chester. for New York.
Schr Chipola, Grprson, for New Orleans.
Schr Ringold, Loomes, for New Orleans.
March 7-Br. ship Alceste,,Cann,'fdr Liverpool;
by WA & P C Kain. :
BrigToledo, Glover, for NeW York; by Harper
& Holmes..
Memoranda.


J


Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue of a, writ of A.-fa, to me directed
From the. Circuit Court of F;ranklin county,
in favor of William-Griswold and Naih. L. Gris-
wold, executors of N. L. Griswold, vs. the City
of Apalachicola,I have levied upon, and will ex-
pose to sale to the highest bidder, at the Court
House.door, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
first Mpniday in March, 1949, within the legal
hours ,of sE4e.the followingg described property,
to Ywiftz, one large frame building known as the.
City CounciJ Chamber, situated on Market
Square; one Engine House and Engine, known as
Boston No. 1 and.one Engine House and En.
gine, knownas Franklin N9. 2, levied on as the
property of the city of Apalachicola. ,
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
By B. LUCAS, Deputy.
January 31, 1849.
The above sale is. postponed until the first
Monday in April, by consent of parties.
March 1, 1849.


Seeds! Seeds: ,
TUST received per brig Kerald, 'hn assdrtmdn"
Sof Garden Seeds, for sale by
Feb 8 J C ALLEN & Co.,


ELDLI'I'Z and Soda Powders, just received
hnd for sale by
Feh 8 J C ALLEN & Co.


B .ACON, Hams,Sides and Shoulders, Just re-
ceived and for sale by .
,Feb I IELLISON & Co.


Pain Killer.
ERRY DAVId'S Vegetable Pain Killer, just
. received and for sale by the package or dozen.
Feb 1 B. ELLISO N & Co.


P 'OTATOES-100 bbls. (planting) just receiv-
ed and for sale by
Feb 1 B EJLISON &,C.o


An Ordinance,
., For Regulating the Wharves, &c.
, ,Be .it odained by the ,Mayor and Council of
the 'City ff Jlpalachicola, That from and after
the passage of this ordirfance, it shalft not he
lawful for any consignee of cotton or other godA.,
wares or merchandise, to all6w th'e same to re
main on any ot the whafve's in front'of said citVy
more than seventy-two hours, (or three days) af-
ter the arrival and discharge of the same, and all
infringements of this ordinance shall subject the
consignees to a penalty of ten cents a bale on
cotton, six cent per barrel on merchandize, and
twenty-fie cents per cord on wood, for each and
every day the same may remain in violation of
this ordinance; and that the Marshal of the city
be empowered to remove any goods, wares or
merchandise, at the expenseof the owner or von-
signee of the same, which may remain on said
warves, in violation of this ordinance.
Passed by Council, 12th February, 1849.
J. S. HUTCHINSON, Mayor.
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. *


H AY'S Linament, for sale by
SFeb 1 C ALLEN & Co.
Notice.
rIJE Copartnership heretofore existing under
1 .the firm of J. D. ATKINS & Co, is thisday
dissolved by mutual consent. All persons in-
debted to the late firm will please make payment
to the undersigned, who will continue the Gro-
cery business on his own account, at No. 53 Wa-
ter street. HENRY YOUNGS.
SApalachicola, Dec 14, 184S.
Shad.
A FEW hilf bbls. for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


Bark Lepanto, Hagar, cleared from New York
for this port, Feb. 23.
Bark Mary Melville, Stevens, cleared fm New
York for this port. Feb. 22.
Brig E L Walton, Ryder, cleared from New
York for this port, Feb. 23.
Bark Vernon, Faye, cleared from Savannah for
this port, March-.i'
Schr Palladiumb,. Post, cleared Troin N Orleans
for this port, Feb. 25.
Schr Louisa Sears, Sears, was up at N Orleans
for this port, Feb 27.
Brig W L .Jones, Tyler, wvas up at New York
for.thisedart, Feb, 27, to sail March 3.
Bark Cleocla, Bartlett, was up at New York, to
sail 24th Feb.
Schr Wm E Collins, Garvie, was up at New
Orleans, Feb 21, tb sail with dispatch.
Sch N. C. V., Wright, cleared from N Orleans,
for this port, Feb 26.
Bark Lucia Field, Rich, cleared fm New York
for this port, Feb 6,, and sailed the 7th.
Brig E L Walton, Ryder, cleared fm New iork
for this port, Feb 23.
Ship Mouterey, Crosley, sailed fromi'Liverpool
for this port, Dec. 29.

Notice to Mariners.
Tiiz LIVERPOOL PILOTS.--Notice has beewa post-
ed at the Custom House, that the green and white
distinguishing light hitherto iii use on board the
Liverpool boats at thle ouiiih of the .ersey, has
been discontinued, a tight white light, and. at in-
tervals of fifteen minutes, a flash light', having
been substituted in lieu thereof.

List of Viessels in Portf
SHIPS. "
John Fieiden, (Br), Strang, 916 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-Sims& Cheever. ,'
Commodore, (Br ) Prichard, 686 tons, for Glas-
gow, loading-W A & P C Kain.
Ohio, ]ark, 738 tons, for Europe, loading--I M
W right... ,. ,,. I. ; ,. .
Charlotte, Collins, 390 tons, for Europe, loading-
I M ,W riglit. .. .. :'. .. -.
Ophir, Sylve.ster, 438 ton', for Erople, loading--
SCassifi. ,, .
Star Republic, Norris, 305 tons, for New York,
.loading-W A & P C Kain.
Rober't Patten, Fulton, 376 tons, for Boston; load-
ing-C Rogers & Co. .
Ohio, -Suttonri, 297 tons, for Boston, loading-
N J.Deblois.-- ;;:. ;
Clinton, iFoster, 350 tons,.for Boston, loading-
N J Deblois.
Masonio, Hathorn, 439 tons, for Providence, loacd-
ing--T L Mitchel.
Constellation, Flitner, 276 tons, fm New York,
waiting-Master.
B4ARQUES ,-
Gardiner, Spies; 346 ton', for Liverpool, loading-
. I S'.-Cassin... I -
Covenanter, (Br) Patterson, 612 tons, for Liver-
S pool, loading-W A & P Kain,.
Jesse (Br..) Ford, 573 tons, for Liverpool' load-
ing=-Nourse, Stoiie' & C6:'.
Rob't Watt, (Br,) Johnson, 491tons, for Liver-
pool, loadihg-Hill, Dawson & Co.
Susan, (Br.) Cronk, 537 toisi for Antwerp, load-
ing--I M Wright. :
Ann Hood,-Collins, 312 tons, for New York, load-
ing-Sims & Cheever.- '
Edward, Knudson, 355 tons, for-New York, load-
S ing-A N McKay & Co.
John Brewer, Talford, 310 tons, for Boston; load-,
ing-N J Deblois. -
Lion, Alexander, 337 tons, for Boston, loading--
N J Deblois.
Alpha, Bennett, 517 tons, for Providence, load-
ing-Wood & Ballou.
B ,itish American, (Br.) Powell, 663 tons, for Liv-
erpool, loading-J C Maclay.


John O'Conor for work on streets........ 5
M. .Belkniap ........
John Mahony ....... 3
John Smith ....... 1
John Mahony for services as watchman..
Wylie & McKenzie for box candies...... 1
On motionwthe Council thenadjourned.


4 00
5 00
5 00
9 50
S00oo
1 63


An Ordinance.
To amend an Ordinance entitled ''an.Oidinance
repealing certain Ordinances, &c." passed 12th
January, A. D. 1848.-.,. t ,, ),
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by.the Mayor and Coun-
cil of the City oi" Apalachicola, That the Clerk,.
Treasue"r and Assessor be allowed a salary of five
hundred dollars per annupn. .: .
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That anv thing
in the.,rdinance, to which this is,an amepdmentq
militating against this ordinance, be and the
same is hereby repealed. .. j
- Passed by Council, 12th January, 1849. .
SJ.S. HUTCHINSON, Mayor.
W*AI. VALLEAU, Clerk.


Advances on Cotton.
TES are prepared to make liberal advances on
( Cotton, consigned to our friends,in New
York, Liverpool, Havre,.Antwverp and Rotter-
dam. COURSE, STONE & Co.
Feb 1 4G Water street.


" :, P asseng . ,. '.
B e, stea.er Peytona-:-H E C'hit4y,. Bennett,
R. 1 "nper,:R C Spann, W Mount, L Phillip.,
Per steamier Southerner-Rev S Armstrong, L
S Brooking, WiH Eaton.
SPer steamer Qfincy--Wm Harrot, Wm Kim-
bell. Alr McGwire, M 'N Scott, W H Kyle, C R
(Gregory, B O. Keaton, Yon, Balcam.
SPer.steamer Palmetto-.H S Smith, H Lock-
hart, W A Chisholm, G W Woodruff, Mrs Stop-
Splebern. Miss S McAllister, Mrs Crawford.
Per steamer Boston-Dr A C McKinley, L F
Stow.
Per steamer Fashion-Miss M H Weeks, Migs
M C Weeks, F T Callins, N G Bass, S L Solomon,
Gqn A C Gordon.
Per steamer Qfincv--Rev WH Crane, MrCoe,
P Knowle, J G Roulfiac, E F Davis, Dr W' Clark,
Dr LlrekharL, B Wynn, Mr Mangham, XMr Para.
more and lady.
S Receipts from the Interior*
Per steamer Peytona-35 bales cotton to Wylie
&c MclKenzie; 1241 to Lockharft & Young; 212 to-
SANMcKay & Co. ..
SPer steamer Soitoernr---247 bales ottpon to
N McKay & Co; 165 to .Wylfe, McKekiie; 10
to Lockhart & Young; 12 to Sis & Cheever.
-"Per steamer Quincy-57. bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young; 79 to C ,. Gregory; 7 to A N Mc-
Kay &; Co 1 doN, 9 bxs tobafdo-. to B S Hawley;
6 bales cotton to D G Raney; 39 to order, 6 bxs
tobacco to J Day & Co. .
Per steanier Plmetto-282 ,balesa cotton to J C
Maclay; 100'o. Harper & Holmea;. 47, to A-N Mc-
Kay W Co; 61.to .Wylie & McKenizie.; 67 to W A
& P C Kain; 00 to Lockhart & Young; 41 to Hill,
Dawson & Co., :' ,, ,
SPer steamer" Bnsion-2.?. bales cotton to A N
McKay a Co;.65 to, Wylhe & McKenzie; 53 to
WG Porter & Co; 22 to Lockhart & Young.. .
SPer steamer Fashion--423 bales cotton to A N
McKav & Co; 814to W G Porter & Co; 88 to Wy-
lie k" McKeuzie. It : II
Ppr sieanler Eitfaula--235 bales cotton to A N
MIcKay k- Co; 41 to WVylie & MctKerniie; 7 to
Lockhart & Young. i.
Per steamer Qfincy-- 38 .baMs, ctton t6 .wTfi G
PoJter.& .Co; 2t.o T Ormntil; 25 to D G Haney; 6
'to, ockfiar Nj.unge, ;i ,. >
*Lrai'~~.dnR ;
S Per box Baker fm Albany-179 bales cotton to
Sims & Cfieever; 42 to.-Hill, Dawson & Co; 218
to Lockhart & iYoung; 31 to W G Porter & Co.

.9xporis. ,
r LI\VERPOOL-Perehip Monunmen'-1523 bales
cotton. : ,
Per ship Alceste-1334 bales cotton.
Per bark Abbot Lord-1303 bales cotton.
ANTWERP--Per ship Peter Hattrick-1650
bales cotton." ..""
'NEW YORK-Per schr Patrick Henry--546
:balds cotton.
Per brig Toledo--552 bales cotton..
BALTIMOR E-Per schr Caroliha-606 bales
cotton. .
NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Chipola-17bxs
tobacco. -
:"- +-: ,''- .> i mi phrtS. .^," "
: +HAVAnA--Per schr ani Sophia-Moilasses,
segars, fruit, &?c.


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


Consignee Wanted' ,
FOR nine-(9) boxes picklesi'arked G. H_--rie-
ceived per brig W. L. Jones from New York..
Jan 25, 184'9. A. N. McKAY & Co.


,. : Advances'. ,
TlrH udndersigned will make liberal advances
l on Cotton consigned ,to his fiends in Liver-
pool, Glsgow, Havre, Boston or New York.
Nov 18 D B WOOD.


Insurance.
THE subscribers, Agents for The .EtnaIl-
isurance Co.," 1The Protection Insurance
Co.," and The HartfordjInsurance Co.," of Hart-
ford, Conn., are, prepared to, take. Fire, Inland
and Marine Risks'on as favorable terms as any
good office. 1J DAY & Co.
Dec 28, 1848.


Lumber.
VELLOW Pine, assorted sizes-and qualities,
_ Juniper, ,.., "
Oak Plank, Wheel Arms and .Budeket Plank, for
sale by PETER HOBART'I
Feb 8 ,-.. commerce street.


ti'he Protection Insnrance Co. ot
S. New Jersey.
PHE stubscriber being appointed, by.the above
IJL company their agentfor this .city, is now
prepared to tak.e Fire and Marine Risks.
May 11, 1848. ,THOS. L. MITCHEL.


Wooden Ware, .
DRASS bound Cedar Pails, Painie4d Bucklets,
SDeck Buckets; Hickory and Corn Brooms, tor
sale by T[Jan 11] I A dREEN & Co.


Bagging and Rope.
9)f00 PCS. superior Kentucky Bagging,
'\,\} 100 coils ". Rope,
Just received and for sale low for cash, or ap-
proved paper, by ,


Storage';, ... 1
IN Fire'Proof Store No. 24 Water street, by
Nov;2 D. B. WOOD,


HOMPSONIAR Medicines, for sale by.
Feb 1 J C ALLEN & Co.


NOURSE, STONE & Co.
S. 46 Water street.


Fet t


S"Coffee.
'nn SACKS RIO, landing and foi. sale by
,JJ Nov 18 D B WOOD.


SBtaging and RBope.
-/5C PCS. Kentucky'i 20 bales India; t100 co-ils
)J Rope, for sale by .
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.


S Brus~he. _, ..
HAIR, Hat" Clothes, Teeth, Nail :adShaving
Brushes, for sale by
Feb 24 HP FABELL.


Buckwheat.
' hBAGS; 25, kegs, new. Bucltwheati just re-
2.0J ceived, and for sale by ,
Jan 11 C A GREEN& Co.


S Fresh HIerbs r
SAGE, Thyme, Summer Savory, Boneset;, Hoar-
hound, Catnip, &c, just rec'd,,and for sale by
Jan 26 -, J C ALLEN &- Co.


.o I V r Sale.
2 f FIRKINS of superior Buitter, of La-
, thamf's Dairy.". .
Dec 28 NOURSE, STONE & Co.


Lemon Syrup,
I B RAY'S superior Lemon syrupjust received
d for sale by -
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


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


Georgia Osnalburgs,
OR sale by HENRY YOUNG,
Dec 28 53 Water street.
Lard.
*O0 KEGS new leaf, for sale by
J Jan U C A GAIREEN & Co.


'TW OODRUFf"S7Dy-;entary Cordial for sale by
Feb J C ALLEN & Co.
t


COMMERCIAL.


MARINE INTE]LLIGtENCE.
PORT OF APALACHICOLA ........ March 8.








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^ ffa=;~Ei;iirtf aie Shail c'iisisira~e iy, &c.
S T.HE Subscribers have on band Ilr sale-
TH LOCKS, assorted, Butts, Screws, Hinges,
S Handsaws, Millsaws, Crosscut do, Planes,
Compasses, Augers, Gimblets, Chisels, Brace
: "and Bitts Rules,Bevels, Squares, Broadaxes,
S Ship doi Collins' do, Adze, Hatchets, Ham-
mers, Shutter Hangings, Blind do, Steely yards,
Counter Scales, Platform do, Colton do,
Kitcnen Ware, Table Cutlery, Shovel and
Tongs, Fire Irons, &c.
-'BLACKSMITHS' B.ll.ows, Anvils. Sled.i-..
Hammers, Vices, S.-re'.vplate, Soe-ks and
Dies, T"ni, Files, Raspis, &c.
IRON--%reeds, English and American, assorted,
round, fit and sqln'Jire Band,Hoop, Sheeftand
Boiler Iron, 1lll oad.Spike do, Horseshoe
%'on and Nails, Cast,. English, Blister and
: "erman S:eel.
-..- LOUGHS--Single and Double' Cornshellers,
Corhmrills, ILnlihains, Trace- do Ox do,
S '' Shovels and Spiad.ls., feedingg Hoes, Garden,
Liofe and Grubbing Hoes.
SCORDAGE--Manilla and Hem fp, assorted, Pilch,
STar, Rosin, Coal Tar, Bright Varnish, Hand-
spikes, Blocks, Oars, &c.
.CAS'T'INGS-Sugar Kettles, Mills nd Caul-
drons, RBjkco'vns, Spidrs-, Pots, Enaineled
Ketttl Tea Kettles, &c.
STNWARE- AI fullassortrment.
: r---".:-, Wholesale, or retail.
''L. .: E C. ROBERTS.
; A p .nla(li,',',l."i, *Ii'. 1"2-l. lS I' .

S-B. Elitlfii k '(!., (ior. Ba' e i' d Sitl
.:;:h'v -. Ch'lIF,- e sts.
S, I ,IP CANDLEY.A
M NI.r. id-t1trnp Corda-ge of all sizes,
' I .it.rin~brline, <'Vo;'mline, M 'll'iie, Sprn-:
S S'y -, 1 ir ,ni. 5." r. i al, [ A"all Wto,\' ale do, O)live
do, Linsrrd .J,, U1 , do,.Biil.d do, Spirits Tur-
tpii:ii,1, Pont-, \W'uidow- Glass Patty, White
-? ,ll, K ,l ,J .i -;W O'chre, Chrome Grpten,
A| 1rald J'.), [;n ,or)1[ do, Chroine Yellow, Ve-r-
i"ris. Lihl r,:_., ".,I.,hur, Bright Varnish, Copal
0o, L.'.r, ru. i', "i1 Ttrp)ntine. Coal, 'Paint.
,ro.h t. V.ir:ri- 1.. l.lr d,, Scrub do. Clamp do,
L'I na lac' ,, :: i i'\. 'V'itii ac, Pl-ussia D)'ick, Eng-
ii'si d-1, I'.>li n I, .i, [I-:a.ty Havens do, .Light do,
Wlhitp, nI v- vi 2- l 3:intin3,. Nails, Copper do,
ao T';ta? q'li i _,^nkeg. B ,1at do, Brads, Screws,
.'lick Arr'l?. A i,? i.:,. EIandspikps, Capstain
Birs, Uir. B 3ot' i, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pinii;, Di k D 3 ic';,.B Cedir';do, Deck Brooms,
'Cor;n d.' |.CiulkiuI Aildlets, Servingdo, Axes,Axe.
,-lelyea, H.ls a 11.1 Tinirblte.s, Box Hooks, Bale do,
'an'do. Cotton do-, Bo.it do, Fish do, Caulking
rns, \[ ikii,| Iron; \i ,.rl'itel ,ihiiC .I Ship Scra-
r. rs, B.n. Di,(i, ')r;. (C,:,k'9 )'*idle Tormentors,
W Dividpr4. C1 ,1v ts;;. il: Needles, Bail T7wvine,'
S-ine do, i--.v'r d.i. P dlnn), Raiing Leather,
iPunii. h,1) v-I-. I mnma-r, H-Iatchets, Chisels,
Aigjr~r PI n7i; I1 r, tl-i .', 1rimblets, HIandsaw
Files; Rat Taild ). [r '!i quares Clnpboard Locks,
stock do, H.:).)is it.) Staples, litnges. Padlocks,.
.Wood Sivs, P,.in'lint -Ia'lyards, IRand Lines,
DeepSead do). L-,. do. Fi-I fd.. iT. l L-jds. l)ePp[
'S ad", Slh-.I do. Bird '), F inn-l_-. L niiln,,rrl,
;3halk'Lins, Pitch P,,s. L,,q B,..,k;, (C.irgo do.
layin- Pin, T'im \V.re. Ci,,ckery, C(rpenltr'is
Oofs, S'l.i>]f l Po-ts..'q c. "
Apilachiceolnd. .!7
Groceries ,atd Slilg Sloires.
110 COFFEE, Ja.v;- do, St. DJminso do.:.
LVNorthern 'Flour, -Western do.N 0O Sugar,
St. Ctoix do, Porto RNiceoo, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchbni do, Souchong do, Goshen
Butler, Ch-ise, Lard, B:con Hams, Sides, Shoul-
dets., Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Pri'me .Beef,
Mess and Prim- Pork, Mackerel. Sha:d,'Salmon,
Ilerrinag, SoLndS and TOngues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices,; Catsups Pepper Sauce, Olives,
lapers, Pi.ckles', Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
SBread, Piiot-do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Bans, S.ilt, Ri0sens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
f-w RoQot, Corn, Oas, BuIckwheat, Mustard Rice.
For sale by B. E_,L1SON & CO.,
De 9. ': Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.


:'' *.' 'Hardwaie. "
"rLAI2,1 Plain Irxons, Slngl'e and double, Him-
ner, DrvKnives, Augurs, Auguer Bits,
Iring Brac'et, Timnler, Scribes, Turn'Screws,
X'lrking Guages, Mortice do,;Saw Sets, \Vood
Rules, .Adzes, Wr,.nchei. Saws, Locks, Hooks"
and Staplei. Butts, S-rews, Hinyes, S~hutter Bolts,
Brads, Tdcks,-C,)pper Wire, M,,-lti4, Ladles, Rat
Traps, Axe3, Hatchets, Cofee MI Il, Sledge Ham-
mers, Smith Ton:-,, Mill Saws, Anvils, &c. &c.
Fo)r sale b'y -B. ELLUSON & Co. '
"Dc'; /_ (Cot.' Watet and Chestnut sts. -





SWEDE Iron, Scotch d, Weedin. and Gj r:..len
Hoeg, Blacksmith4 Belhowz, C.trin and \Vool
Cards, Spades and S'iov'ls, Cuiuldrii and Sii&ro
Pans, Ploughs, SLe. &c. fJr sili b% i
*"' B EILISON &. Co.
Dec 9 Cor. Irer and Clhestnul st..
BOOTS, Sh,pes and Broans. by thecase;
VV Winen's Shops andi B1ilkin ;
Men's, Boys ahd Youth's, Brogana-
.flneseW'd Broagins;
SMen's Pegsed Boots;
fliP sowed-" Boots '-
Russet Bgoians. Folrsale by^
B. EL 9SO7 & CO.,
SDer, 9..: ^- Cor. Water-and Oifestnut sts.
BRfitging aid Rtoe.
a'f P.CS. -superior Kentucky Bagging,
200J\. 100 coilq .. .. Rope, .
Just rebeive'd and for sale low for cash-or ap-
.. proved paper, by -: "
NURSE% STO NE & C.O
Feb 1 46 Water street.
S"Baagig ttaad: R ope.
50 PC9.- Kentu.cky ; 20 bale,4 India; t00-coil$
Rope, I'br sale-by -", -
Jan i C A GREEN & Co.


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Buckwheat;
O/t' BAGS; 25 keg- new Bickwheat, just re;
, J ceived, and for sile by
Jan I .f C A GREEN&,Co.
"-.F. -..... ... For S.'lt
0 K- IRKINS -of- superior Butler, of" La-
25 tham's Dairy." .-
: Dee2,l:; '.,- NOURN E, STONE & Co.
0S1, f -*.'.*Q~a>ig-s. ;-
IEORGI[A and L"welt d3naburgs, aiwlys on
--hand; at the lowest rate, byI
'Jan I C A. GREEN & Co.
S ,Georgia Osinburgs,
FOR sl by. :.. HENRV YOUNG,
' :' D.?"c-293 .' <* ; .: /- 53-W at,?'t i r.re.t.

.... Iard.
0 ) EGSc ew qTeaf, Ior sale byv
, rJan 1!I' -:C, A GREEN & Co.
'Woodem Ware.
RAiS. bound Cedar Pail.;, Paiiit,:d Buckets,
SD Deck Buckets; Hickory and Corn Br,.-,irn, Ior
,aleby [Janll] C A GREEN & Co.
S *. Storage,'
N Fire Proof Store No. 21 Wate-r strdt, by
Nov D. B. WOOD.
: l' i-O6.PS6NITAN.-Medicines, for ;ale by
.L Fl, .J C ALLEN & Co.
.. Coffee.
"Tll-SACKS RIO, landing and fo-,r sale by
-..X lN, &S : D B WOOD.
Bru shes.
HIAIR, at, Clothes, Teeth, Nail and Shaving
,L- BrWushes, for sale by .
: b.4i -" H F ABELL.
-, fresit Herbs.
C AGE, Thvme, Suramer.Savory, Boneset, Hoar*
hi: idn-, a tnr0, .&c., just rec'd, and for sale by
SJan,-.. U J p C ALLEN & Co.


Lj6af Sugar.
2000 LBS. Steam Refined, for. sale by
20 0D1ec 28 D B WOOD.





Wistar's and Swaynels Balsam
of Wild Cherry,
:TUST received and for sale by
o Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN & Co. .
ICotton Hooki ..
FOR sale by -
SJan 11 C A GREEN & Co.
S- -Snuffs.
SCOTCH and Macol)oy, just ree'd, for saie by
Jan 25 J. G, ALLEN' &-Co


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matter whether the result of inherent cause ofj l.e nl! 'IOtifi t ,
causes produced by irregularity, illness or acci- .. .. o- o". -'
dent. Nothing can be -more surprising than its .
.. Carstorr Altars, .!
invigorating effects on the human frame.- Per- / Ilvls. "-., - f rc.
sons all weakness a.d lassitude, from taking it, Susanna 'Allars. r vorce.
at once become robust and full of energy under .. t n, ... .
its influence. It immediately counteracts the Defendant notf having plead, ,answered
itsinfuene.It immediately -counteracts- the T or demurred'to complaindrit's .bill aftefr'due-e
nervelessness of the female frame, which is the rd tocomplaants laterue
great cause of arrness. It wil not be-ex- dtice of the-filing tthereof, given by publication,
peted us of ....so delicate a natu e- to and the said bill of complaint and the matters
pee~ted el us, in casesi or so Oellcate a natul~,re: .... t.ti stte hain ee tae b .,. i,
exhibit certificates of cures performed but we th n stated having been taken fr confessed
can assure the. afflicted, that hundreds of case against said defendant: on motion of Solicitor
have been reported to us. oThousands of cases r complaifiant, it is ordered that said cause be
se't 4br nearing at the first day of the neXt term
where families have been without children, after se.o at hefist y ofthe next ter
using a few bottles of this invaluable medicine, o this Court, and that notice of such hearing
using a few potties ~of this invaluable ,nedtemne, "e given to tile denap .... th .......nof
have been blessed with fine, healthy offspring. te defendant byhe publication of a
,To JTothers ind .-a-rri- d T .i T .:o ...ers and .Iarrild Ladies.. three months prior to the first day of the next
This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expr-essly te~rnr in the Commercial Advertiser, a newspa-
prepared in reference to mkle -complaints. No pdr published in the city of' Apalachicola.,'
eml.e who nas^reasontrogupposeshe.s approtclr- A Co,p, WM. VArLErAU- Clerk.
ing that crit ical period, "1 he turn of life," ..lmyer 18.' 1846. 4.9-3m
should neglect to take it, as it is a certa'm inre-
venttive Tcrr aty of 'the numerous and horrible Sheriff's Sale. '-
diseases to which females are subject.at this tine -)Y virtue of a writ of fi. -fa. to. medirected
of life. This period may be delayed for several D from the Circuit Court of Franklin county,
years by using this medicine. Nor is it less val- in favor of William Griswold and Nath.. L. Gris-
uable for those who are approaching womanhood, wold, executors of N. L. Griswvol, vs. the City
as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening of Aplachicora, I have levied upon, and will ex--
the blodd and invigorating the system. Indeed, porse tod 4e to the highest bidder, at the Court
th'is fedidinew.is invaluable for a1 the delicate House floor, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
diseases to which women are subject. first Monday in March, 1849, within.the legal
It braces the whole system, renews permanent- hours of sale, the following described property,
ly the natural energies, by removing the impuri- to wit: one large frame building known as the
ties of the body, not so far stifnulating as to pro- City Council Chamber, situated on Market
duce subsequent relaxiafion, which 'is the case of Square; one Engine House and Engine, known as
most ,medicines taken 'for female weakness and Boston No. I ; and one Engine House and En-
disease. By using a few bottles of this medicine, gine, known as Franklin No. 2, levied on as the
many severe and painful surgical operations may property of the city of Apalachicola.
be prevented. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
Great Blessing to Mfothe0rs and By B. LucAxs, Deputy.
Children. JqniiSry 31, -849.
It ii the safest and most effectual medicine for rpHE Subscribers have on'sand and offer for
purifying the system, and relieving the sufferings T le on liberal terms-
attendant upon child-birth ever discovered. It SUGAR-10 hhds and 50 bbs N. Orleans-;
strengthens both the mother and child, prevents 10 bes WoolSeys & Stuart's loaf;
pain and disease, increases and enriches the food, FLOUR-i..O. bbs perfine St Lou-s and Ohio;
those who have used it think it is indispensable. COFFEE-50 sacks Rio and Maracaiboo,
It is highly useful both before and after confine- MOLASSES-10 bbls new crop;
meat, as it prevents diseases attendant upon WHISKEV--50 bbls and half bbts;
childbirth--in Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swell- LARD-5 bbis and 10 kegs;
ing of the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn, Vom- SOAP-80 boxes pale, yellow and whfte;
iting Pain in the Back and Loins, Falsa Pains, STARCH-10 boxes Colgate's;
Hemorrhage, and in regulating the secretions and PORK-20 bhls mess and prime;
equalizing the circulation it has no equal Thile BEEP--20 bbls prime;
great beauty of' this medicine is, it is always safe, TOBACCO-50 bxs and hf bxs favorite bi'attdsi
and the most delicate use it most successfully, BACON-5 casks sides and hams;
very few cases requiree any other medicine, FIn A CCARONI-5 boxes Italian;
some a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful. VERMICELLI-5 do do;
Exercise in the open air, and liglt food with this CRANBERRIES-20 quarter bbis ;
medicine, will always ensure a safe and easy con- DOMEST'ICS-25 bales sheetings and'shirtings;
finement. OSNABURGS--10 bales Lowell and Georgia;
.- Xotice to the t adies. GLASS-20 bxs assorted sizes;
Those that imitateDr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, RAISINS-100 whole, hf and qr boxes;
have invariably called their stuff a great Remedy BUCKWHEAT-- 20 kegs new;
for Females, &c. &c., and have copied our bills ALMONDS--200 pounds;
and circulars which relates to ithe complaints of BUTTER-25 kegs Goshen and Western;
women, word for word-other !hen who pat up CHEESE-20 bxs English dairy
medicine, hay.e, since the great success of Dr. BRANDY--3 hf pipes Otard) Depuy& Martel;
'Townsend's Sarsapariila in complaints incident to LE4ONS- hbojxes Sicily; '
females, recommended then's, although previous- WINES-20 doz superior Mad'eria -and Sherry;
Iv they did not. A number of these Mixtures, ALE--dozen pale;
Pills, &c., are injurious to females, as they aggres Pickles, Sauces, Olives, Brandy Cherries and
yate disease, and underminethe constitution. Candy, a full assortment.
Scrofula Cured. C. A. GREEN & Co.
This certificate conclusively proves that this Dec 28 52 Water street.
Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the most ob- WeTranted to Cure.99,
stinate diseases of the Blood. Three persons .OSTER &COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic,
cured in one house is unprecedented. OSTER,& COXE 'S euin southern Tonic,
rTh~ee ih~ii- v compounded from medicines of our own
S Three Children. forests, a pe-fect and lasting cire fof lever and
Dr. ownsend: Dear Sir--i have the pleasure age, and for b56ing the best Tonic in cases of
to inform you that three of my hihldren have general debility or weakness now known, for sale
been cured of the Scrofula by the use of your ex- by [April 271 H F ABELL.
cellent medione. They were afflicted very se-
verely with bad Sores: have taken only four bot- 'TlllnpsonlS Compound Syrup ot'
ties; it took them away, for which I feel myself IRTar and Wood Naptha,
under great obligation. OR the core of consumption, chronic, bron-
Yours, respectfully, _' chitis, asthma, whooping cough, palpitation
ISAAC W. CRAIN, 106 Wooster-st. of the heart, liver complaints; and affections of
Opinions of- Physicians.. the kidneys, for ;;:le by
Di. Townsend is almost-daily receiving orders Feb 1 0 J r ALLEN & Co.
from Physicians in different liarsolf the Union,. B, t J AL EN .
This -is to. certify that we, the undersigned, B-lank books and Stationery.
Physicians of the City of Albany, have in numer- EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
ous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, L 50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
and believe it to be one of the most valuable pre. Cotton Memorandum Books;
parations in the market. Ship and River Bills Lading;
H. P. PULING, M. D. Boooks for Letter Press.
J. WILSON, M. D. Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
R, B. BRIGGS, M..D. Just received and for sale by ,
P. E. ELMENCORF, M. D. March 1 H. F. ABELL.
Albany, April i, 1841.- ... Ch rdifon m .
Caution RA purejsre a
Owing to the great success and immense sale A-RRANTED pure, justreceived and-for
of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a number of men Y sale by
who were formerly our Agents, have commenced Nov 18 J C ALLEN-& Co.
making Sarsaprilla Extracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Ex- Dry Goods.
tracts of Yellow Dock, &c. They generally put rRILLINGS, 'Tickings, Cotton Osnaburs,
it up in the sarped shaped bottles, and some of _D Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
them have stole arid copied our advertisements, kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
they are only 1Worthless imitations, and should be Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c,
avoided. For sale by "B. ELLISON & CO.
Principal Office, 126 FULTON Street, Sun Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts
Building, N. Y.; Redding & Co., 8 State street, ..Cider.
Boston; Dyott & Sons, 132 North Second street, /5/0 Bf Cbampag p,, for sale brI ,
Philadelphia; S. S. Chance, Druggist, Baltimore; Q, Dc 30 BELISON ": Co
P. M. Cohen, Charleston; Wright & Co., 151
Chapters street, N. 0.; 105 South Pearl street, HEET'INGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
Albany; and by all the principal Druggists and kC baleand case, low for cash;y
Merchants generally throughout the United States B. ELLISON & CO.
West Indies and the Canadas. n Dec 9. Gor. Water and Chestput sts.
For sale wholesale and retail by Tanners, .Oil,
H:; F. ABELL, -" "'OR sale by -
May 25, 1848. 19-ly Apalnchicola. S' Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co.


'**Am Vrdinalceq, ----** j
SFor, thelRegulatiod of Qdarantine, &c.
SE'"t. Bft ordained be the Mayor and
Council tf t- ', ity of Aala'.i T'fgat
hereafter all' vessels or 8tWamB, irtb60 ifl
in the port.of Apalaehicola, friw.aily .laoort
or place, at., which *cthbjera;, yejow fer,
small pox, or any contagious or iufe"c pus
disease, existed ,at the, departure of #cai"
vessel or boat from s:ch po'rt or placee, "or
which may have on board any.per8on6`ar-
'flictle with su"ch disease, shall be siibjecrti
the-folloCing quarantine regul-ations, to *.1.
Such vessel or boat, on its arrival, shtaM
comne toan anchor at the first-safe and edao-
venieot anchorage: Ofrer crossing the o. qae,
bar, Wh'e're they shall 'remain for Oe.,pace
of forly days, or until' t}he Jassemger' a' d
*6 shall be re'"orted by the health officer
to'bL'i:* a healibh c6n'&i'ron.- :'t'
S-c. 2. Be iltutAkeirdained,'-' aRony
pilot or: other person piloting orCnai'docting
any vessel 'or sleam]b6at inot the. portlof
Apalachicola; having on 'boawtl any of the
above contagious diseases, sfiallbring.said
vessel to anchor at the first safe andcornve-
nimnt anchorage after crossing th4e t61er bar,
at.d'rieport the same to the'l Mayor without
delay and in default, said 'pilot 61p'oiier
person shall forfeit and pay to said clty ohe
hundred dollars for every such neglect or
refusal to c',omply withli the-above section.
SEC. 3. Pe it further ordaned,. That
while said vessel or boat lies in quarantine,
it shall not he lawful for any perPbn, except
the health ofieer,"io visit the same or hold
.:n6y commnunicattin with those o'n oardi;'-
nor shall it be lawful for any'person on
board to Visit said ciiy, orfor the master,
owner or consignee thereof to- lan,.or cause
to be landed, any of her cargoy.or any nrti
ele on board, unless, by writre'b permissionn
from the Nayor, given underthe advice of
the health officers and any person Violaling
either of the provisions of this or the first
section of this ordinance,'shallbe liable to
said city in the pefialty of fifty- dollars for
each and every such offence, and twenty-AAve-
dollars for each and every day. the master,
owner or eonsignee.oQf suoh vessel or. br-64l
shall fail or refuse to go into ,quaranine as
herein required.
SEC. 4. Be' it further or ainiel: Thin i0
case it shall be deemed necessary faor tle
preservatiou of the health of. said city,by"
the health officer, it shall be thedutuy of tihe
master ot any -vessel or boat, lying, in juar-
antine,.to anload and thoroughly cleanse,
smoke and whitewash ithe same,inSidte, be-
fore such vessel or boa! shall be allowed to
proceed to said city ; and aqy person falling
to comi.y with the provisions of ibhis section,
shall be liable to said city in the penaliyf
fifty dollars for each and gVery su'ch offeh'ce.
SEC: 5. Be il further ordlai'e, Thai t he
city physician allppoited by the Council an-
nually, shall be considered the health officer,
whose duty it shall be tr6 visit all vessels
which may come f0 anchor al. the .quaran-
tine ground as afiresaid; and: ekafnth'le ih
passengers and crew .thereof, forthe.pu'rt
pose of ascertaining whether there exists on
board any of the diseases contemplated ,by
the provisions of this ordinance, and whe-
ther aiy;'cas6 of such disease has occdrred
during'the passage of such vessel, and maiike
report thereof-,to ihe Maynr t 'abd for such
service he shall. Be e-nitled \-o receive ro.m
-thie irnsler of such vesse.lor boat the sUm-of
ten dollars with expenses.
SEC. 6. Be it further ordained. That it
shall be the duty of the health officer, har-
bor master and marshal to'report to the
Mayor- ay And all violations of this ordin-
ance.
Pagsed by the Council 1lth Jbabary, i8U.
I DAVID G. RANEK Mayor.
WILLIAM VAi'iEaUt Clerkit


Townsend's Sarsaparilla.
Wonder and Blessing of the Age. .
The most extraordinary Medicine in the World !i
This Extract is put up in Quart Bottles: it is six;
times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted su-
perior to any sold. It cures without
vomiting, purging, sickening or
debilitating the Patient.
The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsa-
parilla over all other medicines is, that while it
eradicates the disease, it invigorates the body. It
is one of the very best
SPRING AND- SUMhMER MEDICINES
Ever known; it not only purifies the whole sys-
tern, and strengthens the person, bat it creates
new, pure and rich blood: a power possessed by
no'other medicine. And inthis lies the grand
secret of its wonderful success. It has performed
within the last five years, more than 100,000
cures ot severe cases of disease; at least 15,000
were considered inciurable. T't has saved the lives
of' more than 5000 chil-dren during the two past
seasons.
1B0,000 cases -of Generl Debility
and want, of Nervous Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla invigorates the
whole system permanently. To those who have
lost their mrubsfcla'r enetgybyli he effects of med-
icine or indiscretion committed in yoeth,ot the
excessive indulgence of the passions, and brought
on a general physical prostration of the, rrervous
system.,lassitude, want of ambition, fainting sen-
sations, prermature decay and decline, hastening
towards that fatal disease, Consumption, can be
entirely restored by this pleasant remedy. This
Sarsaparilla is far superior to any ,
'Invigorating Corliail
As it renews and invigorates the system, gives
activity to the limbs,'and strength to the muscu-
lar system, in a-most extraordinary degree.
Consinmptiop Cured.
Cleanse and Strengthen. Consumption can be
cured. Bronchitis, Consumption, Liver Com-
plaint, Colds, Catarrh, Coughs, Asthma, Spit-
ting of Blood, Soreness in the Chest, Hectic
F10sh, Night Sweats, Difficult or Profuse Ex-
,pectoration, Pain in the Side, &c., have been
and can be cured.
NSipitting Blood.
New York, April 28, 184l.
Dr. Townsend-I verily believe that your Sar-
saparilla has been the means, through Providence,
of saving my life. I have for several years had a
bad cough. It became worse and worse. At
last I raised large quantities of blood, had night
sweats, ind was greatly debilitated and reduced,
and did not expect to ive. I have only used your
Sarsaparilla a short time, and there has a won-
derful change been 'wrought in me. T am now
able to walk all over the city. I raise no blood,
-and my cough has left me. You can well ima-
gine that I am thankful for these results.
Your obedient servant, -
WM. RUSSELL, 65 Catharine st.
RiheumatitgiS .
-.This is only one of more than four thousand
cases of Rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsa-
parilla has cured, The most severe and chronic
Cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary
virtues.
. James Cummings, Esq., one of the assistants
in the Lunatic Asylum, Blaeckwell's Island,is the
gentleman spoken of in the following letter:
BlaCkwell's Island, Sept. 14, i847.
SDr. Townsend-Dear Sir I havesuffbred ter-
ribly,for nine years with the Rheumatism ; con-
siderable of the time I could not eat, sleep or
walk. 'I had the -utmost distressing pains, and
my/ limbs were terribly swollen. I have used
four battles of your Sarsaparilla, and they have
done more than one thousand dollars worth of
good. You are at liberty to use this for the ben-
efif of the afflicted.
Yours, respectfully,
JAMES CUMMINGS.
Fever atd Ague.
Dr.-Townsend's Sarsaparilla is unequalled in
Cases of the Chills and Fever and Ague; The
following letter is only one of hundreds that we
lihave rdeeied from the South and West of like
Character. '
Oswego, Mich., Oct.'22, 1841/.
-'Dr. Towinsend: Dear Sir-1 purchased for my
wifeltwo bottled ot Sarsaparilla of your Agent,
'Mr..ceNair, of' Kalamazoo, to try it for the Fe-
ver'and Ague. Before I had finished the first
bottle, it appeared to warm the blood, and every
other day, when the Chills and Fever appeared,
they *e.releas violent; and before she had fin-
ished the -bottle, she *ias entirely relieved, and
she was much better than she had beeri before
she took the Ague. A lady that had been very
sick With the Chills and Fever, but had broke
them with Qui-nine, and was left in a very weak
and- distressing state, and troubled exceedingly
with the Ague Cake, seeingth-e effect that it hadL
on my wife} she sent and procured a few bottles,
and it restored lier in a few weeks to comriplete
health. Your Sarsaparilla is without doubt, un-
equalled in disease8incident .to the West, ahid if
you think that this communication will be of use
you are at liberty to use it as you choose.
Yours, respectfully,
CHARLES H. SWAIN.
Canker in the Rjtouth.
Below is an account-of another child saved/
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla has saved the lives
of thousands of children. The followingtwo
certificates are selected from a great number re-
ceived this week.
New York, April 1, 1847.
Dr. Townsend : Dear Sir--One of my children
was very sick with a Canker in' thd Mo,)nth and
Throat, attended wi'h great idebilfty. "It came
near dying. I obtained some of your excellent
medicine, and it cured .it directly, for which I
assure you I feel very grateful.
Yours, respectfully,
|ELIZABETH FOWLER, 27 Desbrosses-st.
Fits Fits! Fits!
Dr. Townsend, not having tested his Sarsapa-
rilla ijn cases of Fits, of course never recommend.


ied it, and .was Surprised to receive the following
from an intelligent and respectable Farmer in
Westchester county : /
Fordham, August 13, 1847.
,Dr Ti'owinsend: Dear Sir-I have a little girl
,seven.years 'of age, who has been several years
affected with Fits; we tried almost everything.
for her, but without success-; atlast, although we
couldfind no recommendation in our circulars for
cases:like hers, Vwe- thought, as she was in very:
delicate health, we would give her some of your
Sarsaparilla, and are very glad we did, for it rnot
only restored her strength,:but she has had no re-
.turn of the Fits, to our great pleasure and sur-
.'prise. She is fast becoming rugged and hearty,
for which we feel grateful.
.Yours, respectfully,.
JOHN BUTLER, JIr.
.Femaler Iedicine.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is a'sovereign and
speedy cure for Incipient :Cnsurm pt ion, BarIren-
ne;ss,Prolapsis Uteria,'or Falling of the Woitb,
Costiveness, Piles, Leucorrhcea, 6r Whites, ob-
structed br6dificult Menlruatlion. Incontlneice
of: Urine,-or invounritary discharge thereof, and
for .the. :general, prostration of the system- no,


"Co e ohe q-tp'?^!" ^,^ ^;^^^^
Apalachir'bl'; Dec. 30; 8. --
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d.. ...* _,_i? ,"$ RPi Ap.4l acbc.T' 0 ;

sold low, conflk nkn Kn rt'as dloa
SClotha and eas irmber s -. ..
SFandy Prrnle : ti ^ "d1 -- f
Alapaca-Lnstr'e;-;do. Figj e_ "(4, "
Silks, FrodteR yne, :i ...r.. ,t .. -:
dp. ".,m pnte ljit -/ .y^.j.;, -- -
dof yij'initthle"A -p,'~ 5
Fancy JCashmere'o -. = i "r -
q o. "MeHrm ,d o ,: o-'T-A ,^ -^ ':-., "^^
do. 8 w4. w, ;.' d .. ... .- .' "
*Muslins;~ jc~ ^ a ik '*^ ^ &',~ 7~~i 1_ .7-lt
Edgings, Lisl9^1,aaiaT4- -" --
Shiwls,,Dama Sl'ik: ":,..'',* A : -, -
/. d Marine .... i s .'
do. Plaid Woq:l.: ,' t, ;.. q 'N t;-, "
Kid, Lace and Mth G.lpsw- -
p..-'.e aie st dbh
'. kibBpin.aud ;4 .- 4a:ie ,..4..- 10.- ,' .an -
Blankets, 64and.8-4 -A;Al"l; -;
;:' Ingtain ffdi fo Ca ettdi" i '_ ." *
Carpet Bags" n
1a4s0 and, Caps. all sjtdycS fi ; 'ruf.
Boots and haes ". :-.;. .l ,-os'
Clbt-hing,o .allkinds. ,.;: .j *.,, .liaT '
Also,' A jieav0.qrOtrtent ef JBEirefepfl V ;ja
n;ma. 2'otheya(il'et o nulcirovs0 b mhiimtl,- -
Calu ando exainnetr yoxrselvl. e ..-^,.-. .=.
M. N.' SCOTT & BROT.tHiEi."t :.
Dec 3 Cor. Water apd )T].- "
RO4 N ain ails, 'drc.-^ 4k, 41111100
TONS,- Sweied.e -Iroo4 -aa le. si7 '
9V.W 100 kegs Nails, .-.. dBo^,s, "-^i.,. '
4 Caks W reeding Hoes, aisort@d OiQiii^?i^ 5.
20 lacksmith Stel Eaxd An. il;A -_,,,q ; -;
20 : a F-Biqls,.; "'" ": '
20
i12 dot en Sp4e0 and Shoie's.; :' ,-'. .-
10 Cnllin.' Axes; :.'l-';'
10 bks Conlbn and Woblen Carttr" ' : -'
1 case Rowland's Caoi Steel .iMill'Sas -'i h!; .
1000 ]bs Cast and German StePl,.fhr~ga]e a:-i -
r. WM. G. PO.RT.R. Ci.*.- -
e30 .~ 41 WalePatree., '
BI6o61.h-_iah s ioes. : r-'.
B.OY'S and Men's RlBsitiTi&g:jf '*,.'
SMen's sew'd and peg'd IRip.abins; f,,' .i
Gents fine Calf Brogans; .. -
Wm'; peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Ch'ildienmat di-
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes :" ." '. r^'
Siippr Ladies' coarse and fin'e Caif, Bo s."r;," "
A lar. a nd e:tensiveeas9ortroent",ust ",'^^*: .
andfo.sale by WlAI.G POR1i', ._OA_ ? *
Dec 30 1 41 WateILrtes
1Henrys. ftagne|i. :W -i *41*:
Sarsapar ila, "" ?"(,
~'S, S ',- ns-tol' ,and, .BaievyB.
p ound fluid eAIWlNt of rpa.',tit .
ceived,' and for sale by '' '." : -
S IoaPs. :- ..- ...
Feb 17 A,~:~ ~r~~

A LARGE assbfrtmlent of TieSo,.j .
received, and for sale Vhy "
Dec 94
SApples.A. ., ,.
A FEW bbls. Newtown Pippinsi n rt.
for sale by C A GREE.&t^ ,-:'
Jlan I Ir
Indian Elixir., a
TOODRUFF'S Indian Elixir, a 'ceta'iliu'.
W 7or chills and fever,.for sale-bvA -,-,;,, .'
Feb I ,?,, _0,-i*. "


An Ordinance,.
To amena an Ordinance entitled '" an Ordinance
concerning SIaves," &c.
Sec. 1. Be it.ordained by the Mayor;andCo .zu'
cil qf the City of Apalachicola, That froniom a
afte-t he.rst day of March next, if any owner
of any slave shall keeps; or.cause to~be kept, any
slave in any hou_..onany. -Jp.oihu city, with,
out having a white man iesiding on the samej or
shall suffer or permit any slaveto occupy a house
on any lot ifi this city, without having a reite
man residing on, said lot; the person'. so offending
shall, on conviction, be fined flve dollars fori each
and every day that such slave Shiall be As kept,
suffered or permitted-one half to go to the pi'i
son informing;,,and it shall be the duty of the
Marshal to report to the Mayor the names of all
such slaves' as may be found occupying or living
on lots contrary to this oidinahe.. I
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That ih case
the.owner of any slave found living on or occu-
pying a lot contrary to this ordinance, shall be a
non-resident of t-is city, on such. fact.,being re-
ported to the Mayor by said Marshal, or other
person; he shall issue his precept to the Matrshal;
comm adih hiin forthwith tb reimovsi said stave
so found living or occupying as aforesaid '; and the'
said Marshal shall be allowed therefore the sum
of three dollars, to be pafd byi the'owneir bf said.
slave, and for which execution may.isiie on'ihe
judgment of May6r's Cotirt; hfa anysiuch slave.
found offending against said ordinance second
time, shall, on conviction, before ( heMayr'_s-
Court,be liable to be punished-by whipping,
wiith rint less than ten nor more than thirty-nine
lashes.
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That this ordi-
nance shall not be deemed or Iheld to? apply to
any slave living on any lot adjoining? or within'
one hundred yards of the residende*of the OwnOeri
hirer, or person actually employing sa.' save:
Sec. 4. Be it further ordained T)iat it hall
not Be la*ful for any owner ot any slaves to hire
or let to such slave his or her time, and that any
such person so offending shall be liable to the
said city in the penalty of one hundred dollars,
one-fourth of w chicb-penalty (when collected) to
go to 'the informer. ,' :* : :-- -; : -- '
Sec. 5, Be it further ordained,.Thap ftie inar
ters of all slaves used as publi'p porters, laborers,
laundresses, or for other public' usee, .ahal re-
ceive from the Clerk of the City a license for
such purpose, for which an. annual .fee of fivp
dollars shall be.paid, four dollars of which shall
go to'the city'and -one dollar to the.6ierk;. and.
thatit shalt1be the duty, oF0the Clerk issuing.soich
ljcene, to give a badge hdving-ptiited the 'numi-
ber-of the license granted-for any or all of the
purposes herein named, in legible characters,
and which is to be.worpnby the-slaveupon a con-,
spicuous part of'his'person'; and an owner of any
slave offending,against,tPhe pRoyvisiaos of this sec-
tion, shall be subject t1;Qaipenalty of ten :.dollar,
one-half .(when collected) to go to the-Iinfirmef .
Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That alr'prdi-
nanees heretofore; pissed, confli-titg with,'this
ordinance, be and the same are hereby repealed.
Passed by Conicil, 30th January, IA159., ?.'
: J. S. HiUTCINO ~ayor,
W.,-V.ALLE.IAU, Clerk ,, ,- .


Dry Goods.
THE subscribers offer foi sale a large and sea.
J sonabie stock' of Dry Goods, consistingin
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and lRed Flanriels,
Bangups and Tweeds,
Super plain black and fancy Casameres,
Super English and-French'Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 1 and 12qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Marseilles Quilts, 9j 10, 11 and 12 qras
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton OsnabUrgs "
Cotton Drilling and Tickiing, ..:
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting;
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English; Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancY Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and. American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Satin, Marseilles & Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd'Swibsand checked Muslins, .
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, .
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
,%,EWhich have 'been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates,,and--
arenow offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
terms by .- WM.: G. PORTER &'Co.
, Dec. 30, 184. 41 Water street.-


Wood ,Ware, dc.
ARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour
Pails,'lMeasures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,
Brooms, &o. &c. for sale by
B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sis.


iHDS St. Croix Sugarj .
S15 do New Orleans Sugar;
20. bbls St Croix "
5 bxs Stewart's Loaf .
10 bbIs ground "
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Jav,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'ddo.;
2b Sperm Candles; 50 bxs browh Soap;
S100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Poide'; -
1000 Ibs Lead ;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
bec 30 41 Water street.


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iron, Nails, Steel, &e.
0 TONS Sweeds, American and English
Iron, assorted sizes;
30 dozen Brade's Hoes'; ::
20 dozen Crown do;
10 dozen Shovels and"Soades; ,
100 kegs Nailsj assorted sizes;
00 lIbs Cast and GermlinSteel;
20 doz Collin's Axes,:,Georgia': and Kentucky
pattern; .. ,
2-bOxes Cotton Cards;' -' -: "* .
' 4 do Coffee Mills; .. .'
10 kegs 5 and 6 inch-.Spikes ;.for sale by :
;:C.A.,GREEN & Co.'
IDee 28 ; 52 Water street.


., sinunr. "". i!:4 t
SCOTCH and Mapahoy, in: bottli'atV,'
Sders, just''received and for sale. b'. ,e;
F eb 17 .. H -F B I


Drugoo avid Medcrie^
THEg.subsoviber has -just re'biiw.Ul
.. York, per bri,,ff- ,lia.-
soc orDrugs and Medicine. and alLa
usually' kept mn-his line,:lod1W9?' 6.fi1Mt
specttully. pal) khoe, attbtiol' ofi-is, fiBjnd
the public enqerdy. .1-4._
AR ."I"Se 's' 're' de a, I' 1ifill



TT"s-an^Ub By the'!caelow'fo^?~~iO
Dec 9. C=r.,l i.,.,.ltli
SBird iSeeds, 'f6
T~~ans^Eres~hic7 nar4 ATdT IMSL
NV' .,f.wnW.ian.i~fer '.'"e'hy ft ,: .


New Dry Goods. :'
A USTIN & LONG, successors to J. Sevenson
& Oo., are just opening at the old stand, cor-
ner of Water and Chestnut streets, an entire-new
stock of DRY GODS, SHOES, HATS,&A. to
which they inVite the attentiQn of the forming er
customers of the old firm, and the public .I-
Apalachicola, Nov. 11-, 1848. 13-6m


saup6mrbm 'cemon syrup,just received
,.. "' H F ABELL. .


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SHydrostatt ink -F:.ountain.
A FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks,-
.:. Sand Boxes, Pap&r "Folers, Stamps, Seals,
Paper Clasps, Weights, &c.;for'sale by \ s.'
Nov. 18 J C ALLEN & Co? '


: .Note Pape. ,;:,
PERFORATED and Embossed, Note Paper for
P sale.by I I '- .- ,
pec 9 J' C ALLEN & Co.


i;.;tAi-biiiols Pills, for sale by
: J C ALLEN & Co,


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TC8'PAGES IX THE VOIATME : GODEY'S. LADY'S!'BOOK, Wm. G. Portcr & Co. W. A. & P. C. Kain, llo\v softly on the bruised heart. Patriot Washington has the correspondent following, :( of the. Baltimore. ..

e to Splendid Wood Engravings For 1849. DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION COMMISSION MERCHANTS A 5OG-flY C. D. STUART. "The approbation of. the selection, by.,

cacti Month It dedicated to Site Ladies oftffc 'tlnited Slate's. No.j41:MERCHANTS Water street, No. 4 Columbu Block, How softly on the bruised heart General Taylor, of the Hon John lCla, ,-
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Family Magazine, GRACE And to the dry and
unrivalled GREENWOOD parched soul
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:>ed by the Pre. s asthe BEST American= and l L. A. GODEY.A Jf. Nourse, H. D. Stone, H. W. Brooks. (ocr: Liberal advances made on consignments The moist'ning! tear-drop calls. deep and very general.. not only
published, offers at the commence IVoiirse, Stone i& Co., of Cotton to their friends in Liverpool, Glasgow, 0, if they knew, who walk the earth wlih tte"hi; but with their J political op- ,
ivriodical of the 3d volume unusual: inducements toSubscribers. Novelette' by MISS E., LESLIE. who contributes COMMISSION, : MERCHANTS\ New York and Philadelphia.Jan. 'Mid,sorrow, grief and pain I)onCxlts. Mr. Clayton ;Is emphatically a .

Its ((features hereafter will be entirely N. P.to WILLIS'every No.Original Scriptural efrv. l46 Water street, 11, 1849._._ The'Twere power Paradise a word of again.The kindness. hath, great; man, with a clear: head a sound judge .

American including, T. S. ARTHUR, who contributes to every'No., Dec 12 Apalachicola,. Fla. JEKEMIAH DAY. DANIEL: J. DAY. ment, a ready pen, aril) an eloquent tongue.;:
.OIERICAX TALKS, illustrative of Croome's Sketches of AmericanCharacter. J. Day & Co. This weakest and the poorest may IJ ie is every inch a Whig; n Whig of *lhi
Lockhtrt & Young;:, pimple pittance give
PORTRAITS, right and the
.1MERIC.1Y stamp! right school. No
COMMISSION and FORWARDINGMERCHANTS COMMISSION: : MERCHANTS., And bid delight to'wither'd hearts political
.AMERICA TALES, We intend m& lytogive a notice of our i intentions ; :-.*" No. \rat.rtre4.';, llelurn again and live ; A.. bigotry no low, .urnvclliii?, political ,
..1JtER1C.IJSKETCIlES. lA t for next year leaving to others long adver- No- 53 Water street Dec 2 Apalachicola, F... O, what is Tile if love be Tost' ? chicanery, no sectional prejudices find A .
series of Enzravms3; from !the Painting: of t ti ccenlsfuU: of sound and fury, signifying toAgents, for LLOYHS ; also, Aseutt. lor the If man's unkind to man- '_ 1:' place in his patriotic 'iT-art. lie shows his
hov21
onr best irtit tr,illdt1dlg.: Cole,Gnol1l',; Dllr111d, nothing.-: Apalachicola_ "2 tna It uratJcf'Co."the "Pr)1 eoction Insurance Or what! the Heaven that waits beyond. colors freely and maintains; the'.
in vi Co." and the "Hartord Insurance Co." This brief and jrt'atVhi
and others, t is oroiH preparation! Hartford mortal !
span
Eirnond A n-oahlyto the practice of last the \ Holmes
inimitable l D.RLJ.Yio1 : year, pub- Harper ; Conn. principles openly honesty and above-hoard.
and the facile. pencil: of in Holden li I ..her will i isue; as good a number each month ashe COMMISSION MERCHANTS, As stars upon the tranquil sea As n.specimen of his sentiment, while tim
now actively enzaM enriching does in January. This is i a novel feature in -also: Charles Rogers Eugene W. Ro cr:;. In I till flue dory !shine, late l Presidential
his Portraits of the Public Men of Amtiea. ?- So words of kindness in the heart campaign! was going on.
with Mat:;'ttinif publishing. During the whole of last Agents for the Clias. Rogers; & Co., and!
IJeilecf: :! their! :as a text indicative nf the
source divine course he will
lie and SUN MUTUAL: INSURANCE COMPANY ;
year. gave more engravings more reading COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
The. Pon.TR\iTs OK PisTiNCUiMinnMERI" tmttcr I than any of his i contemporaries, and will of the City ofto York, ,, Water street, O.That'Mien,bresiihf'sr be,kind, whoe'er thou art pursue at the head of Gem-nil T.iylorscabinet !

rix DJVINCS will be continue ihn every No., as;; continue to do so next \'eaT. Those who subscribeto No. 51 Water street, Dec 9 Apalachirob, Fa. And it !shall !brighten mortal all breath life I here eivoau extract from hia great
i heretofore, with life-like' st! tch>-s ot their livesami GODJ Y'S LADY'S BOOK, may do so under Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa. And sweeten even death.TKLKGKAPII ihy. speech at Branihjirine Springs; the 23'li'
) ministry Kich >?'". will he filled with IV. J. Dcblois. October last.
; t tij! .;lS- ranee that they will receive more forth ,.
TILES, POKMS.-. ESS.irs. t 'rr money in the Mazinealone, than by sub- W. T. WOOD. E. B. R\LWU. COMMISSION: :: AND l'ORVARIINGMERCILIcI' I -- - h We are on the eve of1 revolution,
..: SKETCHES Wood tV Ballou, !UiifttIattollL \\ip
REvIEn ,
sTR.1i crihin!: to any other work. To this is added politics of (he
TIO.'S, and included. in the sam $3: the LADY'S DOLLAR COMMMISSION :MERCHANTS No. 44 Water-strctf I --.---__ -__-_-__-__ -h_-_-_-___ __ ___ ___ -_ is country. A new and mighty
Office No. 42 Water stairs. l arty rearing its form
TOPICS OF THE MO.\Tf, street.-Up Dec 2 Fa. gigantic before the
NEWSPAPERwhich contains in Apalpchicola, BF.TWKKN AIF.RIC.ND
one Jan 16 : Eu- world.) Ii i is
will > ever1lifl:.: .limiting/ Iniiruc- Apalachicola_._ & not mrrrty! the Whig', party nor
:111 e'r', t nvrtifli nearly, if not quite] as much reading matter --- ROPK.-Dr. Jones, the Telegraph in
1i',; 1111in ; in the world.a A. N McK.\v. N C. RO BIs.: CHAS. PRAI-F. Agent yet the Democratic ihe Naiivn
I R 4C11L athe ol her monthlies, making for $3, the ALVA \VYLtEVJI. A. McKcxziE.Wylic New York, considers the project before the
\* F.tuiily Mu-ivi'ie t : ', the 1 K.liti i j. Ctmti.ll'at amount of reading of two magazines a month. & IflcKeiizic, A. ft McKay & Co. Senate: Jilr:1 submerged. line through the parry nor the Foreicn! IsanlyU I is.ihe crent
aff lessen. Its 'fA YLOR
-tlIr [
opposition
REPUBLICAN
rivalrv can
hit flu n PARTY of
THERB: Ann J'ECULIARITIJal out Godey's La,1v' COMMISSION MERCHANTS COMMISS: ON MERCHANTS
".il'l and wirth, :tI,1: !, Hook for the ladies Jthat no other Magazine No. 42 Water street, No. 40 \Vater. trect, Journal of that ,.dltrtfl..riilic: : i ia
/IM trie, cinr.i-tt: literary mprit,anJ Ult1 trJti\"c.1'atf > I pO'W'$. There is a Mezzotint and Line En- Sept.;: 1, 1317. Apalachicola, Fa. Commerce the governments identical with (hat! which brought the OLD
Dec 15:) Apalachicola, Fa. of Europe and America unile in forming a ihe '
!?;rrjvi-jrr; \ IP! each number-both by the host artists. -( real, the genuine-democratic
S. V J. Soli i Her. -- -- -- -------- -- l line party
:liotli'l 3Iiizhic from New York to the Pacific, and
The ; [addition to these, there are given monthly into m in
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER J. C. ALLEX. JAMIS [I. GRIFFIN.J. [power 1801. The shibboleth: of hat
NIXBTKEVTH I CBXTURV h Jinnee ;along the N.V..
OF THE const to
whit ether magazine i\'es-a Colored Fashion HehtingsStrii
no is lie
C. Allen & party right the
the I l-ind: can all rd t Ii,) without Cc1a Particular attention paid: to putting up family Co. S ; This miles of mnjoi'ifij to gorea.t ".
X(t tastily in I Il Plat, with a full description This feature steamboat and ship Wholesale and Retail Dealer :in -3G !' wide and 30 fatlirinis It t is utterly
stores. opposed to
under
M l ,14cn tn its '-irclo; for when -such a periodicalan ) i,; peculiar lo Godey. as no other work has them ilfcp: -lie be crossed sirik- kingly!! povter.
No. 49 Water street says may by
DRUGS & MEDICINES PAINTS SPERM a republican name. .It. will
bi> o!} ,iI'lt'rl ->n.? VP tr i fur I ho trill* ot"dK every m.nth and colored. Then there are Caps, Nov. U Apalachicola, Fla. WHALE AND! LIXSEKD, ;[ OILS, ; i ng; ihe wires with anchors. If the English tulf rate: no monocracy -
____ ; -no monarchy
BOE.L..1K, l onii.-ts Chemisettes, Equestrianism: for La- Chemicals, Glue, Indigo, Glass and Putty ; F'tr- channel can be crossed from the English ;:0 No > aristocracy: -notoryism.
win who v'illu.t t vili tosiSrib..:? /:i<-5, \Engravings.! The Ladies' Work Ta- II. F. Abell, eign and Domestic Druas; White Load, Vur- i the French const it is certain, he disguise, tinder f..lsdyssum-
T'tf threat fr>itnrr uf IT it Jen iff. t'l'ii,, if'iiJrbelli hip, with; design: for knitting, hetting, crotchet, WMOLEALE AND RETAIL, nish, Dye-Woods, Spirits Turpentine, t that Behring's Straits can be crossed argues with ed names, will be [permitted to gull or deceive

H pr'tiliiirlif; Aih'rirk'i in sentiment find a-id: nil other kinds of work. P.rtterns for DEALER IN DRUGS, :MEDICINES, PAINTS, Patent Medicines, Congress \\' r, i icihitv. Thence he would it. Republican it is ;and will remain
Ming, it ::rrtlu rot anl em'tolirs nil lite braitits ,'Io'd) LL! Can, Chair Con>Window Curtains, OILS, GLASS, &c., &.c. French Chemicals, &.c. &.c. proceed throughthe and it will gather and grow as long as our
of thr Frtnrt.! E'tgtish aniAwtcan Pri"i- DO\lf\X Purses Bags, &'c., &c. Health and Also-A general assortment of Statinery. ALSO, eastern part; of the Russian:; Empire: to constitution and cmmtry.shall! endure."

'_ z.c, ,\Ue dist'ir.'liiis. /r .fllliN' anl ricl,. Belt; ; v, with Engrayi rigs. Model Cottages, with Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets, A gen era! assortment; of St. Petersburg. from whence lines could __ __

.1 co-n'ttnatioii nf Ihr Kncyrfopnlia.thetffr ( ":'I- ground pi m-', and other engravings, always illustrative April 1 11 Apalachicola, Fa. BLANK BOOKS. STATIONEIIY{ .Vc., &c., ,diverge to all the different capitals of Eu- AWFUL Rr/rninuTio.N.n '
the Q'ltrtrrltR'vsrio.. aivl the Ht''M1 <-f something useful. Music, beautifully cor. of Chesnut & Commcrctstrcct?, rope. II is estimated( that the fluid moves ; A Mr. Weath-

.';'ll l'tlpf'r, it is yt 'i'emrnlr, nnJtlMinetfra.nall printed (on tinted paper; which may be taken out fSeiijamiii Saltcr, Jan 18 -_Ap.tldchicola Fla. :ni t the rate of 200,000 miles a second. In erford, Sheriff of Schnjlrr county in ihi

but povtcwnz rnmi h oftfmr vniio\i< and) bd'ind. Colored Modern Cottages and Colored COMMISSION, MERCHANT, Commission and Auction Room other wo..ds.H're it possible to extend nine State, and ex-officio collector! qf the county
.firalions to r.om' irnd ils(' f'to trery sei'.Ir.The : qua'j Fl-uver Pieces occ ionally. These are all extra No. 43 Water street( -Up stairs, limes t round the world, the lightning would revenue, conceiving a design to cheat the _
I pass through it, from one end to the other
THREE f) ILt.Ut MAG \ZINK FOR tiNE: Tl t'wre all given last year, and will he roni B. S. Hawley, BY. i in one second. he had collected, left the money in the care

TRICE, and a glance at HoMerf( will show the I i, liflu d. addition, we shall havein every No., FACTOR AND COMMISSION: : MERCHANT, J. B. STARR & Co. of his wife, part in silver.;>ntl part in paper
tvs-ilt XOtH only asks the uf| the of .
support one: with. the
.- imnnuilv, and i in return will give improvement CROOMI-rS SKETCHES OF AMERICAN No. 25 Water street, We having; received a full share of the patro- Tin: 0r.11IViST: COAST.-An] interesting i declaration Ihat'llt"'nuld he gone

a* thi'y rrc Genhanded.Xnw : CHARACTERISTICS[ Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa. nage from the Merchants of Apalachicola la
t:3: ; i i the time to sii'isprihp, a* fho ej A most imusing! series'! now first civen to.the A very &; .J OIlCS, season, will feel thankful for the same i.n our line Ocean, one that; may possibly lead to a new I she should permit no one to slay all night

jO.etI'1: ; 6rst will receive the first: iinprqs..i inns ojurjvini' American public. These will be illustrated in GROCERS &; COMMISSION: :MERCHANTS, of business the coming winter. t tropic. Capt. Boyce, a whaleman of Sag at the house during his absence. At night

:h. !} : ; The N '.'scin he fnr-ii", hedfrorn every :\I). by a Story from the powerful pen of T. No. 43 Water street. Eufaula, Ala.Nnv."l4, 1S49. _4'>>>-tf Harbor[ has recently returned from a voyagein a traveller rather an aced man applied for

I"1y. 1;;;1'if, wished by subscribers-t"at month S Arthur, Esq.: Dee 5 Apalachicola, Fa. Eufaula Auction and. Comini* i which ,he, explored a new whaling! ground enleriainment. The WfJlJlln.'Ir first refusing -

"Jmllendll-' the previous: I'o'umc!. TilE CHANGES; OF FASHION1,* llKNJAMIN: : JV-UtON: WILLIAM A. WoOD sion House, and made: important: discoveries North ofBhit'ring's ?: under instructions of her husband, was

TERMS FOR 1-513"' (IN ADVANCT..) Illustrated by Fay Robinson, Esq This series :JL. EIIfsoi & Co., Straits. During his cruise in July finally persuaded lo permit him to remain. '

cov: ,.; ..0'IC \ ...ar.:1;;: Ofj will he very interesting to the ladies. COMMISSION M EIICIIA N T S BY mid August, he saw no ice, and the weatherwas About 11 or 12 o'clock the same night,
r.pea.__. ._.'. -1 Of THE APPLICABILITY OF THE FINE AND nKii.nrs IN D. DAN FORT II.t. some demanded
-? > coiie*.. .; ..'. ... i .1:> (}') ARTS TO DOMESTIC USES," DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Thankful for the hitherto received ordinarily pleasaut that his men could persons and entrance into ihe
Pt.tEJIU:1I: : Is another series of Engravings now in preparation TIN WARE, BOOTS. SHOES HATS, from the patronage work in light clothing, and] it was so light house. upon being permitted to come
Merchants of he would
Po t'nat: tf.r;;, or others) nditij,! 2') namo: ami arid will be published during! the year. CAPS, CKOCKI5IIY, SHIP respectfully solicit a continuance Apalachicola of their, favors. t through the night, that whaling might have in, they were fount! in be disguised as negroes -
1 ; COTTAGE FURNITURE.Having CHANDLERY, &c. l been carried on during the entire I and immediately: demanded of the
dollars will receive Vol 11 rtfltoWepVM-l Cor. Water and Chestnut fts. Eufaula, Ala., Oct. 27, 1SJS. 4'2s39cofegstonal twenty-
aziaehj! >id")niel.v hound in Jai>lin anti ;'i iit cd"eit.dJress r. given so many Model Cottages: ,we intend Dec 9 Fa. (four hours. Capt. B. found ihe whales, woman money ; which they said ihcy, knew
Apalachicola: _____ .___ h ..___._ _____. _. ____ .
\ (J."t. paid; ,) n"W to commence the publication' of Cottage iiBinrrotis, and of a different species from was in the house. The woman handed
CHARLES W. IIOLDEN, Furniture very necessary oppenda'ge to aCoHagc. ClIAS. P. M'CALLA. GUSTAVE ROMAIX. Notices any he had before seen, and of three differ- them the paper money. They iod! her
Naan- N. Y. 3I'Calla &: Roinain, -- --- --- --- -- there also
.iO) Ire t. ---- -- -- cot l.ind--al1 very tame. Both the Amrri- was silver monwhich she must

P. ". Elitors copying the alwc: Prospect* 1 RELIGION AND HISTORY. COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, 'WM.\ SYDNEY GREEN M. D.) can and Asiatic shores he found inhabited surrender. She replied ilia! she would go'
Artists Walters Tucker, Pease No. 9 Columbus Block.
an.1 O-ir ,
this nutice, ant noticing the Magazine: edimlly superior stairs, (where the traveller
"> : will %hi; entitled to the second volume. 01',1> I and Welch, are now engaged upon a set of plates Nov. 18 Apalachicola, Fla.tJnrtrrwoocl Gcr May be found at his residence, corner of hy numerous tribes of Indians ; some of and up it. She was lodging)
Two\ Centre and the Mansion whom ha saw passing fro'm ono continent to get informed' ihc old 'nrle-
lIolt I\'s M cjaxine; handsomely hound in rrm..1iul illustrative of these !subjects. .High streets, opposite :
:n.l :2ltd2.'d: and in addition;: a splendid lull i OUR MUSIC. & CaighiTAILORS House. Nov S. the other in large canoes. Good anchorage man of the stale of thing ht'lov-h told,

*:"ijtli: Eiiravin2, nn. tinted .paper, ut Hnn('e Propnrpil'e\presl'y! for us-mostly original, and was; found in most parts of the ocean, her to take one of the iwo pistolwhich: he

.sseeivEitor: of the New York Tribune:, drawn brautifully printed, has long' commanded a decided BALTZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST. 'v. G. ii:. Davis, from 15 to 35 fathoms. Capt. Boyce was had ; lo put the money into her apron, with

'!"''!ni lit> |jv Dirlci/, and! eniMven by Richard8 .I preference over that of any other Magazine.It Apalachicola, Fa. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, induced to seek this new ocean by the representations the pistol concealed behind it, and when

,', The bo-Oc will he mailed: tll stHi pip rs; i is a feature in The Book. Offers hisservices to the public in Cither. of the I nf Capt. fleecy, who visited I either of the robbers came forward to-take

.1', "" .t'f,, 15lh: nf January, when it will l be r.-a-ly, ThE LITERARY CHARACTER OF GODEY'S {or:: All orders attended to with punctualityand Jan. 20 above capacities. this region in 1827, and describes it in his I it, to fire and he would save another of them
BOOK. despatch.
II,, r.e|>ti'ii of a paper rontai'iinjjtlteadverT.cnt : LADY He will practice regularly in Franklin, Calhoun voyages. with the remaining pistol. She did as in- '
.
''-. and notice marked. Edit.>rt!' copying: With ""')c1) writers as Miss Leslie, Grace Greenwood and JacksonCircuit Courts-and will '
M. N Scott & Brother, i upon structed. and one of the men fell dead at her
*'II!! and tirinz will alo receive fItttiztnc W. G. Simms, Mrs. El let, T. S. Arthur, Court
monthly special retainer Counsel in
: a act as any Rfcv. ROWlAND feet. The old fired
HILL. and
: killed
J. C. Neal H. T. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN -Many amusing; man another,
:Mw K. Oakes Smith, Mrs. ,
;; : NC'h month f>'r thcominir! xear.Western of the Middle \Vestern Circuit. He will also,,
-- -- --- Tuckerrnan, H. W. Herbert, &.C., the author of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES anecdotes of the eccentric, but pious and I and time third made his rscape. Upon exa-
; I in the Court of Tallahassee
I' Proiliicc. the Widow Bedott, Professor Frost, Bryant, Longfellow HATS, ,&c., argue cases Appeals at useful Rowland Hill, have been told ; but L mination it was found thai ihe guilty husband
the
sessions of which he will be
sr, I. )1.'; l"1'zr, Olii.i (1"1 Lard, Whippy, Holmes-and a host of others-must always .,Cor. Water and Centre-streets, present at, unless accident.always the following, narrated to us by one of his had Cillen byihu hand of hi own wife.
'iar, ch! ,ire auf) rim". :Mola I : take the lead in literary Apalachicola, September 8, IS-iG. parishioners is new to us. Thus it is that a mysterious Providence,
,'nnmp' BjconIam! >1, Sid, antI'Shoulders for TERMS: WM. W. SIMS. WM. W. CHEEVER It was Mr. Hill's habit to ride to church I even in tins world nicies out 'punishment'
sale by n. ELLISON & Co. For Three Dollars we will send the Lndy's Sims fc Cliecvcr A. G. Scmmcs, i in
:; an old family carriage, a practice too aristocratic to those who transgress: HIs[ laus.-Hannibal .
TV: i 9. Cor. \vatpr and Chestnut, j:ts. than othermonthh' ATTORNEY
reading AT LAW.
Book, containing more any COMMISSION MERCHANTS\ I in the judgement of of bis Journal. ,
and the Dollar Newspaper published eer Office, J\To. 2 Simmon's I one
For .Sale.COILS Lady's Office No. 36 Water street. Capt. Building, flock, who determined 10 rebuke it. 4* .
:i (wice a month, which contains as much dec23 ApalachicolaFla. cor. Centre & Commerce streets. I
100 Rope; JI"llh: < Twine, by reading: as any of the $3: periodicals of the day- nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. It was customary in his chapel for notesto The New York Observer, one of the '
Jan
IS NOIJR B-, STONE &. Co. making: three publications one month, or if the E: C. ,Roberts, Cranberries. be sent lo the pulpit, requesting prayers I leading religious p.ipers; oldIe North, has rr1
Oil Cioti-; subscriber prefers the foHowihg splendid engravings DEALER HARDWARE &. SHIP j for various objects. One Sabbath: Mr. Hill I :
and ,
Carpci hf. and qr. bbls. just\ recived :and for ale by clever and, considering ihe region', i
t h PCS Oil Cloth, l and yards wide; to i he Lady's Dollar Newspaper, (although CHANDLERY IRON, STEEL, NAILS, IN 11 C A GREEN & Co. was proceeding with the reading of these ,: '.,quite. .
'J 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting; \\.; would not advise it, as engravings cannot be SPIKES, AND CASTINGS, requests as usual, when he found himself in tolerant ;article! on slavery. Ii closes with :

2 Stairjo sent through the mail without being crushed ncreaed r And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop Yellow Potatoes. ihe midst of one of the following purport :: these \vords. . .+ *
Tuftod Rugs;! ,) we will send the beautiful plate containing per \\Vares. BBLS. in fine order, for sale by Prayers
1 are requested for Rev. Mr. Hill!, "The policy of. the north is '
a
For .ale byVM.. G. PORTER & CO. the portraits of Harriet Newell, FannyFnrreJer Jan 24 Apalachicola, Fa. Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. hat he be masterly'inactivitya
( may made more humble and like let alone,' '
Mrs. Ann H. Judson -- ----- --- 'do-nothing. -
3: Mrs. Stewart policy.
) ,
!: 1 I Watcr treot. and Mrs.,E. B. Dwight, and the plates of Christ Edward McCnlly, ,. Cheese. his Divine Master, who, instead of riding ina *

MOfF.\'rS LIFE PILLS AND PIlffiNIX Weeping over Jerusalem, The Opening of the GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT': 30 BXS. Western and North era,iiTfine order, carriage, was content to be borne on an On the religions aspect of ihe subject we

just received and for sale by Sepulchre, Deliverance of St. Peter,..and The No. 2S Water street. for sale by tlS>." find ihe following! : .

_.?ov 2 _H. F. AHELL, Druggist.i Rebuke. If preferred tithe Newspaper or plates, Nov J I Apalachicola.,. ,. Fa. Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. Having read the notice, he lifted his spectacles Christ and his apostles did not denounce!

Perfumery. we will send Miss Leslie's Novel of Amelia, and II. R. Taylor, Goslicn Butter. to his forehead, and looking around or irritate the star.eIi"Uler. .... ,-

A LARGE assortment of Extracts, Cologne, any three of Mrs. Grey's or Miss! Pickering's po COMMISSION: MERCHANT KEGS Hamilton's Dairy, of a superior the house, observed, thai it was true he had They lived and preached in countries ,

XX tc. &.c. for sale by pular novels. No. 22 Water street, I"W)0 quality, for sale by been guilty of the fault alleged ; but lithe where the law gave man despotic power over'
_Dee 9 J C ALLEN Co For Five Dollars we will send two copies of; Dec 2$. 48-<5m* Apalachicola Jan 1 11 J C A GREEN & Co. writer would step round to the vestry door his fellows, but they did noi denounce the:'
of the to each .
the Lady's! Book, and a set plates ----- --'-- -- -- ----- .
Gold Pens! Gold Pens subscriber. n.: Henry Youngs; Smoked Tongues, after service, saddled and bridled, he would I law or the men who held power under U. .

OF the latest! and most approved stle, jnet t For Ten Dollars we will send five copies of WHOLESALE AND! RETAIL GROCER sale by have no objections to try to ride home, after They did not require the despot to, abdicate, '

received, at'.d (or sale by the Lad v's.Book; and a copy to the person sending No. 53 Water street, FOR? 11 C A GREEN & Co the Master's example, on the back of an I or the slaveholder lo emancipate! hh slaves,,
Nov IS J C ALLKN & Co. 'the Club and a set of plates to each. Dec 2S Apahchicola, Fa. ass. without regard lo ('()h f'qnencps. PauhJFdnot "

-T-udiii&c. For Twenty Dollars! eleven copies of the Book J. F. FAR !OR. E. McCuLLi. Vermifuge. aid or abet Onesimus in his escape; fran;

and a set of Plates to each subscriber, and a copy: Farrior & McCnlly, WINER'S Canadian V ermifu e, for sale by EFFECT: OF LOUD PRF.ACIII\'G.-Thc.gra- his master ; nor, did he: threaten to,cut his
? and
8AOILE'ot various patterns qualities; of the Book to the person sending the Club. COMMISSION ,MERCHANTS H F ABELL. viiy of a village congregation, in a neigh. connexion with the master if he :
% rb and Soafflc bits; the Book conlinued : .
dollar )
Saddle Rags; For One we will send No.Lady's Postage bl Gravier street, Rio Coffee. boring State, was completely upset lately to employ the labor of the slave. Hie used

Martingales and Whips, for sale 1 by> 4 months, and all for orders.25 cents any one Dec 2S New Orleans. 50 SACLS prime green, new crop, just re-. by the following circumstance : no harsh ep'uhets. He called PhilerViop,

\VM. G. PORTER & Co. to be paid Address on L. A. GODEY, Jiio. S. Hntcliiiisoii, received, and for sale by An eccentric preacher, intending to illustrate slaveholder as be was his dearly beloved
.
_D!c33 41 Water street. 113 Chestnut street, Philada. AUCTION. AND COMMISSION: MERCHANT, Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. the superior efficiency of loud and ear fellow laborer" in the gospel, and ,thanked;
No. 2 Columbus Block, nest preaching over that which calm God for his h love '
IIn" n Tobacco Seed Wjth any newspaper: giving the above a few Warrant's was and faithapd'all hi.! .
Compound Extract of
F on ale By insertions we will exchange. Apalchicola, Fa. S and deliberate in lone'and manner, turned,! to i noble! Christian graces. He sent' back ihj!
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3d- Advances made on all consignments if re-I Cubebs and Copaiva, his brethren and said-
Brother
FebI ABEI..L.F M i if penitent slave
runaway to
II F TUST received and for.sale by bTmisier,1witJj! (ji
------ City Lots, Srliool__n Books. quired.--.- Nov. 25,1843. J Jan25 J, C. ALLEN & Co. I were to say to you, in. a very low tone of courteous. conciliatory and affeciiona.te I kz.j!: "

OR T86 Or Sale. for winch warrantee deeds FOR !sate by- ABELL. : D. B. WOOD, voice and unexcited manner, Jour house i Son ter calculated to soften the feelings Dalettj1

will be given. Apply to 17 H F COMMISSION 'MERCHANT Paints, Oils, &c. :I fire,-your house is on fire ; would you der all the future intercourse ,of Ibjrts" .

-Dee 28 H. G. GUYONti D>sectary Cordial. 24 Water-st., LAMP and Linseed Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, not. suppose that I, was. 'jesting with ,you, pleasant and profitable. .
WOODRUFF'S Dysentary Cordial, just Nov 18 Apalachicola, Fa. Lamp. Black, Red and Yellow i and rthe declaration would produce no effect : ,

sUPERIOR licmoii Syrup. DD. and for sale by' THOS. H. AUSTIN. WM. H. LONG. Ochre, ground in oil, Prussian Blue, Paris Gren, l1 But .if I were to cry out. Broth _Two comedians ," h..J'_' .;. :-
'A article received and for ,haying a wager :;1Qut1
just Dec 9 H F ABELL. Virdigris/just received schr Palladium, and I M
ale bj Austin & Kong> for sale.by per_ your'house is on fire I say sir,-.' which of them sung; the heat, they, agreed!!,to,:

.-feb 8 J ALLEN & Co. Citron, Currants, Raisins;",. Lemons COMMISSION MERCHANTS Jan.25 J .ALLEN &,;Co:' Just used at' this moment one of his auditors who refer it to Kelly who undertook. to. be' Xrbi-i .

Clarified Sugar. c.JUST t No. 45 Water-street: --. a'n ear-trumpet, not having caught trator on this occasion. A,day, ,was accqrr. .

50' BBLS- New York Clarified,just received, received in fine order, and for sale by. Nov 1 ll Apalaclncola, Fa. For Sale. any part of the sentence except the cry of fire, dinghy agreed on, and both the parries executed
, and for gale by 11 C A GREEN & Co. 2 MAHOGANY Counting House Desks., Apply uttered in a thunder tones and with accord to the best of ,heir abilities McfQre

_Janll C A GREEN & Co. and Cotton Duck. J. II. Hull & CO., to B. S. HAWLEY, ant I look. supposing some part of the village him. As soonas they had finished*he.;proceeded v
; Hemp FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS Nov 25 Columbus Block. t to be inflames started '
from his in
seat lo the
FINE assortment just, received from New drop give judgement foflqwipg,

S AUI & HOUCK'S Panacea. A York for sale: by .. No. 4S- .Water, street- ,'Furniture. ped ear-trumpet, and without hat or benediction manner : 4? tor ,'??.?, sir' .,(a4Jrrsingm .
Panacea, just received C A GREEN "& Co. 24 FA. i rushed down the aisle,.shouting at himself the first) are..the.U'Od..jIJJt
and for sale b Jan 11 Jan ( ,. Ap.A.L CHICOLA. .. j 'MARBLE/Top Centre ,Table, Y9U
I. _Fib 17 HP ABELL 7 S. : X.1 French Bedstead and Bedding; the t top of his voice : Fire /firefire: 1'- 1 ever heard ,in ,my 1ife!" ,"Ab/'jaid; .ho- ,
T7S700DBUFPS: Composition Powder., for sale. ,IVfcKerson: :1 Dressing Bureau marble The effect of this unexpected scene upon other exultingly: '.'1 kne :J..bould wipmji> .
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WOODRUFFS. Djsentary Cordial.forsate 1 rJy> : %yV"by f [Febl] f'J C ALLEN &..Co._ -DEALER- IN' CLOTHING, 'BOOTS,. SHOES-- :., I-double! marble top, Stand.top :-f, .r- < .. the congregation was truly moving? : ; and he wager." Stop' sir/.said.the'arbitratori

JCALLEN&CoWooDRts White Lead. I'1 .r HATS. < CAPS-. &.c:, The above Furniture has only been ,i in.use a preacher sat. down, thoroughly satisfied with ",1 have a word I'D say lo you ,be.fore you gQ4
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Worm Specific,for sale by :/' I Extra and Pure, just rec'd, for sale by (: No. I Columbus Block, few\ months, and will be sold.l loV. Apply to this practicaljilusratjn of the influence. of. which is this, that as for 'you, you (a7UIQt."
J ALLEN & Co. No. 25 J C ALLEN & Cd. I Dee.,33 Apala"chicola'Fa.: ; Jan 18 J. DAY & Co. loud and earnest preaching. sing at a/?/ .


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From Hie OJd IMlow.: Titus Oates. -The Fate of a Knave. prison closed upon him. During many 1 ADVERTISER An Ex-President Abroad. GENERA'L TAYLOR AT wASBt rrototr.:
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A True Woman.I I Every history of England that has t thus months he remained ironed in the darkest COMMMRCIAL A'correspondent of the Boston Courier, As we announced, by telegraph gatt "
nHaJ
remember meeting this sketch in the far been written, has immortalized the biography hole of Newgate. It was said that in his after stating that by the influence of his General Taylor !reachrh Waihlngioa '

'course of my newspaper experience, several of Titus Oates, a most infamous hypocrite cell he ,gave himself up to melancholy, and APALACHICOLA, THURSDAY MARCH 8, 1849. lady, President Polk has determined to takea o'clock on Friday evenihg, AWrt -
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years ago ; it has been credited to various and scoundrel in the larger sense, sat whole days uttering deep groans It it will be a new tedious journey. The JODI aQd
authorized tour to Eufape, ,
papers, and I know not to whom it belongs ; who during the period he flourished as a was nut in England alone these events excited ccr The following gentlemen are says ? Washington tJ0-o

but it is most excellently done, full of interest preacher of the gospel, in the reigns of strong interest. Millions of Roman Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER and will and attractive spectacle to see an ex-Presi of yesterday morning, gives the (o\\0\\ ..

and 1 only wish the precept of it wasa James and Charles of England was the Catholics, who knew nothing of our institutions receive and receipt subscriptions, or advertised ent, accompanied by his accomplished! lady account.of I his reception in the rnetropor IDI

little mote fa hionable.A cause of the sacrifice of thousands of lives. or of our I factions+ had heard that a m rnts:- both in the prime of life, after having Long before the cars arrived last *

young tody of rare menial 1 endowments Mibaiiley: in his "History of England," persecution of singular barbarity had ragedin WM. ,V. CHEEVER,Esq.Eufaula.Ala.,Albany, Ga. enjoyed! the Highest hbno'rs of the world, a dense crowd had gathered ou the night 1,
attraction had the of our island the of the Major JACK HARDMAN. sir?
and extraordinary personal gives following thrilling description against professors J. Tallahassee, Fa. afterrioon'oftheir surrounding the railroad depot, !
JAS.
assiduous in their the which Oates's true faith, that had suffered OLIVKR. passing a portion of the serene amion
fife UtIrfri'etuaHy: ] altentiorrs. punishment to infamy at many pious men awaiting the.arrival of the President :
-Ohable: to decide upon which she last subjected: him. \\r e copy it without further '- martyrdom, and that Titus: Oates had 1-rrmllhe: Charleston Courier, March. life in visiting the great theatres o'f renown The avenue in front of the depot el
could brs'lbw" he1 h.fniJ 'She them noticeto been the chief murderer. There therefore with prtltDte] td;.
r gave preface : was BY TELEGRAPH. in the old world, and mingling sr scene sever witnessed before at that
call upon her at a Certain hour on a stated James, a short time before his accession, great; joy in distant countries when it FROM WASHINGTON. princes and who, less obedient in ibis metropolis. hone
day, and each state his claims in the presence had instituted a civil suit against Oates, for was known that divine justice had overtakenhim. potentates : "About eight '
-of he others. At the appointed time, defamatory tvorils l and a jury had given damages I Engravings of him, looking out from Proceedings of Mr.Congress Walker's of Thursday.In amendment i! to the will of the people, still hold their rfn- whistle, blazing bonfires o'clock.the, :brilliaDfro'cif loco r ..

the lovers arrived. Four of them wr.re.td'a.(6dnl ; to the enormous amount of a hundrcd pillory, and writhing at the cart's tail, were the Senate, 1 easy seats at the heads d'f cYtffhbling gov and roaring artillery, mingled fo ,

( of success, but the fifth had a cluwnII thousand pounds. The defendant had circulated all over Europe ; and epigra a- lo he I Civil List Bill was passed. $Ir. I ernments. The spectacle of a man whoJias with the darkness of the tnconfosion .Dii\lr.\ ii '

/ cast look, and sighed xvhen he beheld the been tnlien in execution, and was I lyirig in fists, in many languages, made merry with Dix moved the Wilmot Proviso, which was peacefully ascended from the rrlbst and loud, enthusiastic hurrahs of ihc-

object of his adiiitraliou.Gentleirttn. prison as a debtor, without hope of release. the doctoral title which lie pretended (o have Mr. Benton voted against 1Ir.Valker's 1 sembled multitudegave notice !
rejected. of the thai
.. ." said she, you have honored 1'wn bills of indictment against him 'for perjury received from the University Salamanca, humble station, to the head of one worn 'chief'bad arrived. the.a";

me with live propcrsars of marriage. 1 had been found by the grand jury, of and remarked that, since his forehead could \ Bill to take the 7th census. greatest (soon to be the greatest) powers of atterictefi b'y I'he Marine Band General, the cocJaV Taylor

have, asyet neither refused nor accepted any Middlesex, a few weeks before the death of not be made to blush, it was'but reasonablethat In the house, the Senate amendments to the globe, and in obedte'hde to law and the tee of 'reception, and a large f:
'I desire 'that each of will Charles. Soon after the'close of the elections his back should do referred. The bill I concourse o.
of
you. nuw : you so. the Civil List Bill were I wishes of the people who elevated him, has citizens, reached( Willard's hotel
safe
stale your claims to my hant'l; 1 in order that the trial came'ttp for the settlement of the accountsof scans! On ami
A NEW SPECIES oV 'COTTON. Gen. G. providing as tranquilly laid down the great powers aYriVing'it{ Willard't" the .
ero
1 know upon what grounds 1 may be justi Among the upper and middle, classes, : : called foV "' ld l 'Zacrli'
t 5n shouts
lied 'in hestoxving it." Oates had scarcely a friend left. All intelli- D. Mitchell, Warren county, Mississippi, officers tvlro'colfected tnilitary'cbh'ributinns : I with which he was temporarily clothed, and 't he wefkfn Geb. that midi

A ansxvrred as folloxvs :- gen! Whigs were now convinced that: even 1 now in this city, has with. him specimens ofa and the bill establishing:: census boards descended (b the pdhfical leVel of the hnm- ring.the Taylor made, bii

ulf yeti many, me you shrill: 'live in a if his narrative had some foundation !in fact new kind of Cotton, which he calls the were passed. The Senate amendment lo will ippea'rance where on. porrico1n .front of the
blest citizen such spectacle Hotel he
,- a we say Was VncejVe'd 7p'lonpelcome'snc
home have and carihgesfit he had erected that foundation vast Prolific Pomegranate'surpassing: of the of
splendid servants + : t&i a the t Indian appropriation bill was considered.Mr. 1 seldoim '
That have 'seen. not be without its moral and-intlu- :s" itfe'e't me'eir'or
power
your command and etijuyall the luxuriesof stipersruiur' ( : Atherton made a speech on the slavery gtielt rn Va'hmt o'n. -
f.iahinalde I IM'c. 1 .1111 rich." number of low fanatics, however, still regarded The General has brought: with him; ihe tops ence '6Ver the minds of Europea svery '
H him benefactor. These and side branches, just as they were taken question. :"Gen. Tailor, befog aWunced/bjjL!>> r'
spoke next. as a public where, whether in high station or in low. '
.. My rival has said very truly llim, hi: i if people well knew that, il he were convicted, from the plant, all thickly studded wit kopen The House'concurred in Senate's amendment ftayo'r, then'fhaJe-a ftoVl a'adYess< in whS

rich and) he offers you a strcng; inducement; h'rs sentence would beotie of extreme severity bolls, to show the growth oT the stock, disposition r for the 'temporary government of California SLAVE TRADING-Tne Southern Recorder be said that.ritlt were'be'ever si well qualified,

bur I am (if noble clesct'llr.1); raiidfather i ; and were, therefore, indefatigable in of the bolls, &c., and with the evi- of the '27th Ott. says: .. Tfce t progress he could He 'fft ke ''a'nvrhFrrg: like a let
-. alluded The
duke and although 1.11111 their endeavors to dences thus presented, every intelligent : 'peec (n fatigues. of bn
xvas a ; not wealthy, manage an escape.-
will its The are now said to be the of this illegal practice has met with a check, journ'ev, rfifd fo We 'fact Ytfal& he had
rif n family, with whom au alliance Mvoulo' Though as jet.in confinement only for debt, planter at once acknowledge : superiority following notfj.over'en1
'be ccusidered<< m honor by the xvenlthiest'heiress he was put in irons by the authorites of the over all other kinds. The stalk does gentlemen who are to compose ttte Cabinet and has indeed, we presume, so far as this ,' hum 'an ir ury he had received\! i

of the laud.: King's; Bench prison ; and even so he was not attain a height usually of more than of Gen. Taylor, viz : vicinage is concerned, been decisively:- f ew fays ag6'and: 'coWcfotfed' by llianllnt

..c:;. stated his claim; thus :- with difficulty kept in safe custody. The four or five feet but every portion of the John M. l of Delaware, Secretary rested, in a case which has just o : llt,ied. .Tie citrWs of WashrnjgYo'n (o'r ihe cordialrecpp'ib'6
*** I am a :gentleman and\ have now a rejm- mastiff that guarded his door was poisoned ; plant is literally covered with bolls,. whichar Clayton, reached l I ilieyli'ad' giVen'hlm.andexprfsifJ
.. Swo slave thfs place
'talion lha: older persons envied. Next year 1 and on the very night preceding his trial, a 'sustained in an upright position hy the of State. .. Speculators his sinrVre wTshes.for: ilijerr'contmufd health!

=1 shall run for Congress, juid I have no doubt l ladder of ropes was introduced into 'his strength and vigor of the stem and branches. Abbot Lawrence, of Massac'hus'etts, Secretary some days ago, with a number of riegYo'es, and 1 prosperftV. The Pn;; ifco'i elect fe\

of success. By manyi'i.: me your name; cell.On The chief peculiarity of this plant is that, ( of the Navy. for sale. The owners were promptly I 'arrested "- ba'CIt the' cYY.wilpond' nrgl/t t, :a'nd'reiornrd
the in, tvh'ich he the the stem and branches; have joints in aimdat'th'e m'pst deafening; huzzas .and
will be handed down to posterity. day was brought to no as W. Crawford of Secretary at the instance of the Mayor and hrar.
Georgia,
George '
D twisted his moustache with the air of Westminister: Hall was crowded with other l\iuils-and although the bolls are so before I y d'emoiiiiV&tMins: of clelrgfii on iTiefri'n' of
the Council. The
:exquisite, and said"Angelic :- spectators a'mong whom were many Roman numerous 'therc can be no inconvenience in of War. brought parries therirlFrlr'd'citizenrIt : "

r creature 'P.1I1 my soul I Catholics, eager to see the misery and humiliation picking. In fact, :an'expert picker might atone Mr. Meredith, of Pennsylvania, Secretary were saved from going to jail by giv'ig'rrond' xvas announced: that h'e 'would'' P s

think you have already made: up your mind I of their persecutor. A few years grab garner half a dozen at a lime. t of the Treasury.Mr. and security for"their appearance next inurning iis ''rrie'ncfs 'bh( Saturday* morning, atlard's "\Vj" .

'in my (a"-ur. Von know hoxv ineffably I am earlier, his short neck, his legs uneven as I This advantage will be well understood and most ) Post MasterGt'ne."I. fn the sum o'f one thousand dollars.At Intel 'if (
Ewing, ( probably
Who i is thorc of appreciated We free : s'ufiTcienily recoveredhe (;ors
admired. + ihe most fashionable a badger. his forehead low as that by planters. aro to '
the time for their it seems
dresser in town 1V ho ides the fines of a baboon, his purple cheeks, and his monstrous acknowledge that the Prolific PomegranateS : appearance 1 fatigue Y/'f ftls tedious journey ; \' t,

horses 7Vho frequents the most fashiou- length of chin, had been familiar to I a superior kind of CotYon. The staple i is William B. Preston, of Virginia, Attor- the parties arrested toad judged it best to previous rr lie appointed im'e-a notice wibsteu

'nble places 1Vhu is a better judge! of the all who frequented the courts of law. He beautiful, and far mo're silky than the best ney General. forfeit their bond and pay the penalty (whichwe ( postponing the rece:j>'l'iFon until ibiimorning.

opera ? Rumor says D, but 'poti honor, had been the idol of the lIation.Vherever Petit Gulf. All this can be satisfactorily The President's Levee took place on presume they ha'd '$Se'c'oYed their security i Ball. Su"h26th w'4.]
I'm modest insist he had had uncovered their illustrated by Gen. M. with the '
too to upon' it. appeared. men samples: .
) rather than abide the issue of tfie
When it came to E's rime to speak, there heads to him. The lives and the estates.of ginned, in the boll and on the slock-which \Vednesday evening. The. crowd that attended AN ArrECTis'6'CccuRRKNcif.---

was a pause. All eyes were turned towards the magnates of the realm had been' ar his he has with !tint. He is an intelligent am I is said to have been immense. Gen. law they had violared.Ve ptesume' tha'tthe -4Mu< EliSa -

him. Poor fellow !! he was dreadfully em mercy. Tunes had nuw changed ; and experienced, planter, and is therefore able t to Ca3s's; present, and great efforts made to proceedings i ii this case, will fri futuVe Catherine i iMcArann, Washington

barrassed. many, who had formeily regarded] him as speak from his own knowledge. induce-Gen. to attend also but not turn the direction of those dealing In 'rie- 'city, aged about V0 years, on 'fnesda.Ihe
"
.. Well," said the beauty, "what say you, the deliverer of his country, shuddered at From one-'thi'rd an acre, measured, he Taylor groes, in violation of law, to other m Quarter itch h inst.. started) to go up stairs to adjust
Mr. E i""Alas the sight of those hideous features on which gathered anJ*weigh'ed the past season two successful. any her toilet I'nten
to
ing return and I
," was the reply, "I yield to thes villany seemed to be written by the hand of thousand one hundred and forty-two pounds rather than this. pia I
New York Markets. frl+nrite air the Tano.VhiIe
gentlemen. They have the advantage ol f God.It. I of superior 'XJotto'n. One hundred pound on ) ascending
me in every respect." Ami he look up his was proved beyond all" possiblllity of of the Seed Cotton yielded thinY. -ttv4< and a A despatch received at Baltimore late ou SPRING BUSINESS IN NEW: YORK.TheTribune the steps her mouth was suddenly filled iihFiTood _

Viat *9 eave. doubt, that this man had, by false testimony half pounds lint and by an nr.CtItirte; lest he .rhu s'd"yn'ight, states that the sales of says : There is more activity observable I, \Which.she spat into the basin in bra

.. Stop," said the lady, "ntakeyour statement deliberately murdered several guiltless per found that sixty five bolls made one po'anr d Cotton' Wednesday' amounted to 3000 in our business streets. 1\1 erehanrsfrom cnaifiber.\ She then d'esceVJe, d 'to' "the room
no matter how humble be sons. He called in vain the eminent of lint. t
may .yourclaims. on most the far West and South
bales! :at an average decline of oneeighthof are in lownbuying wher" her Wiother w's
hbfding
." members of the Parliament, which had Gen. Mitchell will remain in the city 'a I sit'tmir, tb'e
I am poor-H rewarded and extolled him, to give evidence few days and may be seen at the counting a cent. their'spring stocks, andln'e bus'messof basin ih \Her )i.+nJs and still ejecting blood

Go on." in his favor. Some of them whom he had l room of Messrs. Baker, William & Co., On Thursday last, the accounts from : the season is fairly opened. The :appearances She was' bill down, and never from that

." 1 am unknown to the world-" summoned absented themselves. None of where samples of the Cotton may be in New York! being down to 5.o'clock that are favorable to a good, healthyspring moment spoke 'J'reVTous cite occnr-
"I have neither the taste nor the means them, said thing tending to his vindication. spected.-Mobile Herald.
any
trade. The
day, gives sales of 1200 bales Cotton, at 7| dry goods auctions are rence sheY.IS appaVenily in good .liealik.
to dress fashionably. I work for liveli Oneofthemthelarlof Huntingdon,
hood. It is hardly possible* that 1 can my make bitterly reproached him with having de A REMARKABLE: PHF.NOMKNON.: very for fair Upland, and 7J for fair Orleans. i well attended, but the amount of goods up. She was lo have oeen married 1'0 a grntle-

you happy, for I can olfrr you none of the ceived the houses, and drawn on them the remarkable case in medical science hasIranspirt'd The market was dull, and in favor of buy on the market this year in this way i is notlarge. man of Philadelphia Tuesday evening folloxving. "
which
inducements held GUI by my rivals." guilt of shedding innocent blood. The the will prove interesting to ers. Importers haVe generally:\ preferred i A'rlrayVd in her wedding cobr?

"" I am to judge of I that, sir ; what next 1" judges browheatand reviled the prisoner with osity.profession A lady, as residing well as in an Locust object of street curi', Sales of Rice were made: at from 3 lo 31 to dispose 'cf t their sti cks from their own her h'o'd wtt ..i'r] sirf'"l in the vault node
love
Nothing, only you, and I lake a an intemperance which, even in the most
n.f rpa per." atrocious cases, becomes the judicial I 1 named! Flaheily, why has' been sick for along for fair; prime. The market was firm. I warehouses." St. lalthC'"'s Church. On Sabbath, tL?

At this, Messrs. A, B, C and }) burst intoa character. He betrayed, however, no signs period' of lime, and was trcatetHbr Various OYSTER WAR.-Tfee\ iSaflimbre American Pastor, the Rev. James B. bunt-liu, alluded
diseases, such heart Since the reception of the above the dispatches
as complaintspinal .
loud laugh, and exclaimed in one voice offear or of shame, and faced the storm of'in ) the
"So dove-I love you to (distraction vective which burst upon him from bar, irritation, &c., was relieved of the due from Baltimore and Washington says : \Ve l'e>rn from a gentlemanjust in affecting! circumstances. and hovftie

take four papers ha ha( ha !" bench, and witness box, with the insolenceof cause of I her physical' distress but a few days have come to hand bringing tis the following arrived from the Eastern Shore of Virginia brightest hopes are bVtea\ suddenly interred

"Silence," said the lady, "I ill one month despair. He was convicted on both t tI indictments. ago, by medicine administered by Dr. Solomon -- intelligence : that a serious collision took place; -a with ihe I possessor" of ibemintba

you all shall hear my answer. You may all I His offence, though, in a moral,I Iwo Heine and, which expelled a tape worm FURTHER DISPATCHES.. few days since, in (the neighborhood of 10mbV11i1e! ne spoke, the cnngregatii
fifty This
a half feet long. mon
withdraw. light, murder of the most kind
aggravated ster exhibited From Washington. Drummondtown, between the citizens of puss inched to sobs and tears, and ibescroe
was Dr.
to H.
At the end of the mouth the five suitors was, in the eye of the law, merely a misdemeanor. us yesterday by
again appeared. Turning to each in succession : himself, and it certainly is a formidable In the Senate: yesterday, the bill remitting that section and a number of depredators is described peculiarly affecting.PAtPITATION .

the lady thus answered : The tribunal 1, hOvevrrvas desirous to looking foe to health. It is preserved in :a duties on goods destroyed by fire i iy in from Philadelphia. The facts, as we learn HEART.
OF TitE -Cuftt
class and is
Riches are not productive of happiness. make his jar really an object of eurinsit New York, was considered and rejected. them, are these A fleet of ;
punishment more severe than that: We du not know the nature of the medicine : some txveniy Tea and Tobacco.-Professor W. Porkers
Boasted nobility of blond! is the poorest of of felons and traitors and not merely to put that Vice President] Dallas retired from his seatafter boats from Philadelphia enteredthat !
hut lie
was learn that recently New York
all recommendations. Fame is and given, the four table ol r College ot! Physicians andge'ons'

he that has but the outward gash: fleeting of n gentleman frightful him to death torments.but to Hs put Sentenced him to death to by{be spoot.fuls out, like a search warrant foundthe reading an elaborate address. Mr. quarter of the Bay and commenced 1 :Sut;; ; ait* recent clinical lecture, eiamiried -

is to be pitied. I h.ive; taken the stripped of his clerical habit, to be pilloried and enemy made him dislodged the him from his position I, Atchison was appointed President pro. terri. taking, oysters from the Virginia banks wit h 'a irlhh'o;\ } fras Troubled with palpitation i-

trouble to find out the names of the newspap..rs iu Palace Yanl, to be led round Westmin vacate premises instantly Mr. Webster offered resolutions complimenting dredging; machines, in direct violation ol the of ihe heart. The slates ibat
PhiiadtLphia report
for which you all subscribe, md I inter Hall with au inscription declaring his Ledger. }!Mr. Dallas, which were adopted.A known laws of the Slate which prohibit thai i r no physical si hs of organic disease of the
have ascertained that of who have
none you, infamy over his head to be pilloried againin A FACT.-The ready. wit of a true born variety of miscellaneous and executive. mode of taking Oysters, under a penally of Heart could be detecte'd
boasted of wealth, nobility fame or fashionwzc front of the : t ; and I hence we mnconclude j
/ the Royal Exchange, to be whipped Irishman, however humble, is exceeded businE'ssvas transacted. The bill for the $250, and in defiance of her local
paid printer. Now, open au Professor much
gentlemen, P kerirh
from Aldgate to Neivgate and, after an only by his gallantry. A few days since, says
this is dis/wncsl. I cannot think of settlement of ascertained Mexican claims tborilies. The people whose rights that '
marry interval of two days, to be whipped from says an exchange\ paper, xvc observed a casein xvere certainiljr. all the cardVac. disturbance
tug\ a man: who would be guilty of such an Newgale to Tyburn. If, all wa's discussed and passed. thus invaded, determined i id take\ "
against probability point. A sudden gust of wind took a finally ihe is purely! funelibnai\ l, 'depeii'ding on deraDgliieut-
1 have learned
act. that K not only subscribes he should happen lo survive this horrible parasol fro in the hand of its owner, and before In the House, the Finance Committee matter in their own hands, and to 'drive J liieut of the o d
for but digestive orpiidepending
a paper the printer in nans-and! this
pays infliction, he was to be kept a close 'I
had
one a chance to recollect Whether reported Mr.Vebster's California the '
projectas marauder! from their l.
shores
advinct. Therefore, I he is the 1 away or I
the ot
say man. prisoner during life. Five times every year, it would be his to the on free use I tobacco, Ir2iCllfd ;
etiquette catch
him hand with the full parasol n substitute for Mr. Walker's. Mr. Wil I aid the authorities in
give conviction them. =
my ; arresting Accordingly
he was to brought forth from his dugeon, of a lady, t tb xvhorii he had .never been: coffee, :and cbrifineiiient xviihin\ doors:
that be it one every way calculated to make and the mot moved his Proviso in Committee. The five small boats were
exposed on pillory different parts introduced, a lively Emeraldcr: droP'Itcd his manned, What; ther; are the indications of iwatilient .
me happy. of the caitital.e hod of bricks, caught the parachute ib (he whole was rejected by a vote of 89 to 96. and armed with two pieces of cannon ; thus I Shall .
Need we extend our narrative ? TI, we 1 give physic in such i,
This rigorous sentence was rigorously midst of its Kllsler gyrations, and presentedit The final question was not taken at the lime prepared the Virginians came the ;
disappointed gentlemen disappeared' upon case 1ViII IMi
quite executed. On the which Oates lo the !loser with low bow which physic cure gal habits
; day on was a te- a recess was concluded on.
suddenly, and (he lucky suitor was united Philadelphia fleet, and an eli
to engagement, i bit of it. Let the
pilloried in PalaceYarcJ, he was mercilessly minded us of poor Power. Faith+ : madam patient simply! throw
the object of his devotion and, in few The President entertained\] Geb. Taylor
a pelted! and ran some risk of being pulled ," said he as! he did so, if yon were as sued, in which one oysterman was killed, way his tobacco.( His tea, and his coffee;
and ,
years by honesty industry became+ not t in but in the his handsome it and Mr. Filltriore, at a large dinner, on and a mast of of the schooners
as wouldn't one
only a distinguished: but a ue.lthy: lUau, and pieces ; city, partisans strong you are ; cut away adopt\ plain, wholesome diet, and fake re;
esteemed by all who knew him. Young: mustered in great force, raised a riot, and have got away from you.." Which shallI Thursday. y By a cannon shot. The fleet was then driven gular exercise in the open air and be cal
upset the pillory. They were, however, thank you for first, the Service or tho compliment ,
men, he paid the printer. Is there no muralin York into the mouth of a creek where the
this ? unable to rescue their favorite. It was supposed j ?" asked the lady, smilingly. New Market; I I soori be well ;; in a word, remove the causd

that he would try to escape the horrible 1- Troth, madam," said Pat, again touching C01'ToN.-Dates from New York or ye Virginians, succeeded in taking ninety of 1 of derangement, and the effects willsooi

The existence "f> the" ir.irid, or the soul, doom which awaited him, by swallowing t the. place: : where once stood the brim of terday afternoon, state that the market for I the party prisoners::
is as certain as any oilier Known thing.- poison. All that he ate and drank was, what was a beaver, "that. look of your cotton had slightly advanced again, with Drummondtoxvn, in Accomac county, where -
That the and the therefore On the following I beautiful thanked for both." Liverpool Send him another HatiOn
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body soul are not one or carefully inspected. eye! me
sales of 150D bales, prices firm at close of they were lodged in jail. By some informality !
the same, is as demonstrable a truth, as that morning, he was brought forth to undergo Mcrcurt). 1 the Third Avenue there is a boast

fire and water are not identical: or that the, the first flogging. At au early ,hour, NOVEL, I'lclDJ.N1-As: the steamerTraveler business. TdtrtI: l Sales since the arrival of in the original warrant the legal proceedings where one family residing bn the third floor,

suit and the earth are not the same tlin: g. an innumerable multitude filled all the was coming through the Sound yesterday 13-- steamer 12,800 bales; I : <<: were qUashed, but the magistrates takes ooe.of the morning while ano

The body moves from place to place, grows streets (from Aldgate to the Bailey. The from New York, when off Eaton HICK unchanged-the market firm but t had issued a new process., and strenuous efforts i papers'
eating matter to certain forms hangman laid on the lash with such unusual 1 iher family who occupy the second fiorf
by subject
Neck, she hailed
was by a gentleman alongside not active. Neither has there were Making to bring the
color, heat and pain. The mind', or soul, severity showed t that he had received special on the ice, for a New York been any aggressors.. subscribe for two others. The carrictJ i
thinks of the future, remembers the past, instructions. The blood ran down in appeared that the Norwich boar paper.It ( change in New Orleans Sugar or Flour. to justice: In the course of the skirmish throw the three papers in the hall{ early cud

collects facts, forms theories, has neither rivulets. For a time, the criminal showed which he ona one of the Virginians was shot, the ball entering : 6o
was
) was the
passenger. lying MR. CLAY MINISTER morning and the family on third
color heat nor form In a word, mind :tm d a strange obstinacy ; but at last his stubborn distance, frozen in, and the ennui on boa Id TO FRANCE. near the mouth and coming out at _

!body, of all known things, )have fewest properties fortitude gave way. His bellowings had tempted him to intercept our boar, for The St. Louis Republican says :_" \Ve the Side of the head, carrying of send down their large dog for their copj-

in common. If. then, there be in were frightful to hear. He swooned several. a paper. His 1 passage back was watchedwith have a rumor; ihrough'H priVate source at his Our away one With i the utmost regularity this sagaeioJ
ears; informant
nil nature two distinct entities, they are soul times ; but the scourge still continued I to some interest, as the ice under him few Orleans, that l Mr. Clay will accept the: states that great quadruped which was reared on "nDEdward's *
and matter. But untiiigmg matter is descend. When he was unbound, it seem.ed excitement prevailed throughout the
gross from the neighborhood d*
swayed fearfully, motion of ihe
office of U. S. Senator from Island selects it from'among
that he had borne much the human Kentucky, and }
composed of elements which are imperishable as as steamer. It was an unusual and exciting of Drurnm8Bdtbwn.:!
-in other words, matter is everlasting. frame could) bear without dissolution. Jameswas j scene, but he was at last observed clambering serve during the coming extra session. ; but, three journals, carries it up stairs io h.i

How much more then,is the thinking, etli e- entreated to remit the second flogging.His > i into his ice-bouad craft.-New Haven if his wishes are consulted; he will be at OJA gentleman who came up the river teeth, and delivers it to his mistress, a-eer
rial soul immortal. Since ihe mind, then, answer was short and clear. "He shall time th' toere.
Register. liberty to resign the office of Senatorand with General far at any making mistake_ as to
through with it if he has breath, in his i Taylor as as Sfnithland,
is immortal we are induced to believe that go a i h*
its character is unchanged in a future state, body:" An attempt \vas. made to obtain the EMIGRATION AND COLONIZATION.-'&I; ,' accept the appointment of Minister to informs the Cincinnati( Commercial that p Although the tfo g's rrioTemew. ,

-the good is good still, and the bad bad. queen's intercession, but she indignantly said a, young lady to her mother the other France. His appointment to this disiin.guished General Taylor stated, in a conversation: : been carefully l watched,. during: seTeraltno-j

Future rewards and punishments, then, refused to say a word in favor of such a day, what is emigrating V Mother.-* Emigrating post would not only be acceptable that if HE was an office-holder when a new nings; no one* has been able, to ,offer- :it{

seem necessary sequences of the immortality wretch. dear, is a young lady going to to the Nation; but reflect the highest crediton into reasonable conjecture as to the meaWtla. .
administration
After interval of hours California Dq gltter.-What is colonizing came power, against ,
of the soul, the truth of which has been an only forty-eight his t
demonstrated.-&;nm Oates was again brought to his dungeon. ma ?' Mother.' Colonizing, dear, is the administration of Gen. Taylor.Ve which he hadtakt'n an active part, he would dog use3 to distinguish the,journal

He was unable lo stand, and it was necessary marrying there arid having a family:- doubt not, if Mr, Clay's wishes are in accordance RESIGN his office. This is called b't e. ter subscribes- for, from die ochres.h .--

A FEW THINGS TO AVOID.-A bottle of to drag him to Tyburn on a sledge. Daughter.' Ma, I should like to go to with this rumor, that he will I be Commercial "d gent6! hint" YDTk Tribune. .

wine at a public dinner. A short cut when He seemed quite insensible, and the lories! Califo ia.: tendered the appointment. Old. Black River.

yon are in a hurry. Walking between two reported that he had stupified himself with There's a good time coming" for the DR. CodUDufc:-The Governor of Maine Coffin moved from

umbrellas on a pouring wet day. Just strong drink. A person who counted the printers at last-for it is said that Old Zaehwill DELAWARE.- S. SEN Toa.-The Legislature i- advice of cause be didn't like the;; climate "J.Jj

another glass before you go." Going to stripes on the second! day, said that they consider no man's claims to office who of Delaware have elected.J6hn: by Council), has commuted the ter,'* says he, giving his reasons *.tJ 7 ,

church without a shilling. Being the mediator were seventeen hundred. The bad man cannot show full receipts from t6e"Iria t e r. I punishment of Coolidge (now in the State a cold day aud then a colder, and cage=J
of a quarrel between a man and wife. escaped with life, but so narrowly that his There being 4,596,231 office-seekers, of Wales, 'Esq., of Wilmington a sound Prison at Thomaston, under sentence of .* .

Bowing to a lady: from the |fop of an omuibu I- ignorant and bigoted admirers thought I his whom 4.585,120 owe the printer, of course Whig i U.,S. Senator to fill the .vacancy c. death, 'for the murder of Edward Mathews. colder yet f; and'tbeo a d-ncolddaj. Jtind' ;

.. And lastly, taking :i new hat to an recovery miraculous, and appealed to it as a there will be lots of "paying up.Naslt'ille t- casioned by the fesignatfon of the Hon. to 'confinement to ) then cornea on cold weather."Black
hard
evening party. proof of his innocence. The doors of tbeI {Whig. John M. Clayiou. labor in. the State Boston are pretty rfltfcb alike.<
\ Prison during his natural life:*' Post. .

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WASHINGTON, Feb. 26. 1849.DLe COTJNCIL-CHAMBER, 'l COMMERCIAL.Cotton,: FOR C.LIFOICNI.GOLD UNITED STATES Proclamation. I

tied 'informed: officially of his MONDAY EVENING F;b.; 5, 1849. 0' Ice : Ice Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, .. .. .
prcsyent .. \ 's. ",'
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Gen. Taylor- Council met: Present J. Statement. Last ; ., .. ,'\, (110 .1. '. .
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_-'F btt 1zthoJ; Hutchinson May I Ice House will he open at 10 o'clock, A. ... .''' ''' :.., \4t1t
Election Rule of.ApP :mlfnf1t _]\\any enzovaZs or; Councilmen, Messrs. Hughes, Darden'Han- v<-ar. THE for one hour only till the 1st ol t April- LEWIS & IIANFORD, @'"' ,"" -,.; t1' .. ",.." .,'0
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iii: Flee Pundtpt .llmort. cock Caigh, Barber Jones Stock: oo hand Sept. 1, ISiS.:...5Ct. 7S:: hen it will be'open rom 6 till 7, and from 12 till IVos. 252 & 256 Pearl Street, : S
nticipattd- Downer. 'T' "
Received 3 ..... .... 2330() ... ,
chairman of the past days 1, one hour each opening only. Steamboats and
Davis, as The minutes of the last (Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip,)
meeting read and previously.--------101912 ,
were .
vessels tall hours when in the act of
P\ommiuee appointed by the two Hou- approved. Total...... .-.- 104949 67s.tT supplied : .YEW YORK J
President and Vice Pre- Exported past3days..6211I' : leaving. Customers will please be punctual,. as
) 1011 oran ihe The Clerk the house"will not be at other hour. HAVE 0:' HAND THE LARGEST: ASSORTMENT OFCLO'DIIING
ieI to election discharged 1 that reported the returns of the Harbor previously.... .... .5t699 opened 'any
f their Rates of selling Three cents pound for all
Master
ideot0 and Marshal for tt 'month Total.- 33277Onhandandonshiphoard per
S bis morning. He delivered a briefA I I e of'January supplies less than a hogshead-by the hhd 2 J cts. \

dull riaie address to Gen. 'Taylor and i I last, which were.accepted and confirmed" and notcleared 40039 33070 I I Any person wishing tickets ran get them, by applying IN THE '

,0 ;10"Oeral replied with deep and manifesttbe further time given, the present Harbor Master to to the subscriber. Tickets, or cash-no UNITED STATES. I BY WILLIAM D. MOSELEY,

triage a foil rep rt. Exports of'Cotton from Apalachicola, credit. A. HA COCK. Adapted to the Southern and Southwestern Markets I Governor of 'ioriJa.
take CcmmmcingSept. 1, 1848. and same tiitie in]1847. March 8, 18-t9. 6-3m !
t"'GotiODT'l stated that he would Mr. 'tb ; It
ylor Hughe's moved Ihe Harbor Master be WHEREAS, required by law th at an elec
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theoattl niescribed by the constitution, on iristructed'to collect the same fees from the steamer WHITHER EXPORTED. I I.3 Past da.Y$I 1'revi-ously.'TOTAL I I season Last To thc Master of tile Steamer In I the article of j day in in this State on the first Mon

nonday.. at 12 o'clock. II was rumjredv Quincy as is paid by: other bo tk. Adopted.Mr. Liverpool... .... .... ..285:; .16948].19S03 .10715 .Magnolia, and to all persons SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, to hold May until next the, first for a Register of Public Land,

he tended to take it on Sunday raorin -I from the Havre.... .... .... .... .. ..2114...2114 ... :interested in said Steamer, her : We keep an endless:: variety.ALSO also, (for Mor.day in October, 1650 ;
Barber .
a\ Committee Fira Judges! of
t order lo avoid| die "Inte egnum of on the N antz, ..;..'.-..:. .;;. .. ....... .... Tackle, Apparel Furniture I Probate for the several Counties -
siog.i Department, to whom was referred the petition Tri ste...... .'... .... ..u... ..2724 THE MOST EXTENSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF to hold till thefirttfonday October, 1851,

0edy orocers.' I acquaintedi. of: the firemen, and to be Genoa .... .... ... ........1310..1310.. ... and Machinery.WHEREAS.a OIL CLOTHINGAND and for Justices of the Peace for each District iu
One ur two familiarly othjps allowed the privilege Other ports,.,...*.: .... :1 .1570 ..3220 :; Libel hath been duly filed on Me; several Counties, to hold ror two years (all
the t that of the Fire : : :.:.:::: of 1849 of
opinion said
(jeo i. Taylpr: express electing engineers of the Department Total Ports. ,day February, by officers to Continue in uffice till their suc- .
.21942
itb For. .45Oi .26449 '
try feeble Health compared with reported adverse to said,petition,which tp < .13439 Wn ;. M.: '|)avis, proctor on behalf of Jere- COVERED MATS cessors shall oe elected and qualified :)

beis what 'in be has usually. ..enjoyed. After the was read and on motion df Mr. Jones accepted New Bost< city
doing
beheld
he w i1I have 'is .1lOp?d, some repose and confirmed. Providence .. .. .... ..13270 .13270( ..1964 partners Apalachicola Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all kind throughout the State, according to
ith under the of J. Da taw
lo recover from the fa- Philadelphia... ....... style r. &, Co., in the and the officers whose duty is to order saiJ
daD opportunity' shaking hands and Kir.\ Caigh,'from Committee Public Grou& s, Baltimore! .... .. .... ...606 ..951,.....118020S3S county of Franklin! !,and State ol'loritl! '.and in the LEWIS & HANFORD, elections will! take notice hereof. *

Sue: of travel, making reported that the committee had examined the New Orleans. ..... .. ....2033: .2083 .. .008 Northern District of FloniJa.againsJ.the! Steamer Nos. 252 & 250 Pearl st. Witness my hand and the great seal of the

ecbes. Other ports.... .. .... . Magnolia! ,her Tackle'Apptarcl.and Furniture,and Dec. 23, IS IS. -is-3m State given at the Capitol; this 20th
IJ' lie intends to ri'fc'r, all' applicants for of- promenade, and recommended that the same be TotalCoastwjse..17)4'.36757.. ( ..3 -t61. against(the Fljnt! :' Rive'r= Companyancj owners of FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. [SEAL.] of January A. D. 1649 and !of the day Independence -

,?, to thC| heads of the proper dfpa; tment leased for a term of years. He. also l -presented TOTAL-BALES..I.. -.. .iJijj -.34277- said steamboat, and ;all, 'I er ol's intervening! for of the United States th.

He wys, openly, that he will hold 1 his Cabi.net the application of Mr. John Lucas to lease the eo. their Interest, in' a paso of botfomry, civil and Albro, ii:0-1.t: & Co., 73d year. ,
him and that their assistants mariime( ; and, whereas, in pursuance thereofan W. D.
for fifteen motion MOSELEY.
lo same And of Mr. Governor.
on
responsible years. COMPARATIVE: ; RECEIPTS, EXPORTS, AND STOCKS OF attachment and 'monition hath issued from 72 John Street, Attest '
will be responsible to them. ,They will Darden, ordered that the Committee Public COTTOIJ AT THE PORT OF APALACIIICOLA, FROM :
on said Court into
to me directed returnable at the now receiving Store from their Fac A. E. MAXWELL
b'permitted 10 select I THE FIRST OF SEPTEMBER: TO DATE, IN THE FOLLOWING ARE Secretary of) State. .
of course, therefore' Grounds uVautricrised to lease the said Prome- YEARS. : Clerk's office in the city of Apalachicola on the at Elizabeth-Town, N. J., a varietyof i January 25, ISI'J. "

thrir own 3 slstilnts. v ', H nade to Mr. Lucas for the term of fifteen years, Eteceipts.. Exports. Stocks. I twelfth day of March next, wherein I, among new and original patterns of i (CO) All papers in the Slate insert two months.

The' General has also, in conversation, 1343...;. ..:.. .. ..104442 64910 40039 other things, am commanded to seize and safely 'Heavy Floor Oil Cloths
said enough to show that. he will authorize requiring him to make such improvements as the 1847 ...... ..... .....66769 34277 33070 I keep the said jSteam'ej, he'/ tackle, apparel and For Liverpool. ;

: remov.il *, nut on party Rrannd., but on committee think proper"; 1846..... .. ...'.'. .72.310 31S52 41646 furniture, until the further orders of the Court, in widths of IS, 21 and 21 feet. They are also TIlE r.eand splendid hip JESSE,

nanv chawcirr: and qualifirntions.He Mr. Hughes moved that Mr. 'tienneft have' 1845 .... .. ... ....63239 36395 24742 and to give due notice to all persons interested in receiving from, the Albany, Lansingburfj and .fypt. Ford, will have quick! dispatch'fir
ihf I score of 1844... .... .... 100016 59049 40970( the and whereas I have in of Utica Factories!' in sheets of IS feet in width,.a Inc above For
same ,
bas n" doubt conferred l with :Mr. leave to withdraw his claim. Adopted.; 1843... .... .... .. ..84370 .59279. 25302 the said ;attachment, seized the said pursuance; Steamer large assortment, embracing many new' patterns apply to port. I freight LrJaagh; j '. ,
l 'l r. Killmnre, as lo the comiilexi Mr. Darden introduced ordinance entitled of their .
fj :11I11.$ an Feb 15
nylon hei tackle NOURSE.
I -- --- --- Magnolia, apparel: furniture and ma- STONE: & Co.onh. .
<) flf' l&k cabinet.i He 1 has amiilejnaierial "cr. Ordinance for regulating the wharves," : chinery : Medium Floor Oil Cloths,
IA1IPiEITELLIGEE.POILT j
: before him. and litin Kvail hun..t'li which was read by the Clerk, and on motion of Now, therefore.noiic is hereby given "to all Also, from the Newburg, Albany, Lansing- THE For fat New York.
lalenis to be found in tlat" Whig of said Libel and seizure sailing Schooner TIOGA.
0Iilie brst personsconcerned burg Utica and M ine Factories ,
Mr. action thereon ,
Barber, further was postponed every variety .Collins, master. H new loading
ranks.!! It J OF AI'ALACHICOLA..March 8. aforesaid, and that't they are required to appear at (If patterns manufacturing by them of their -1-lth, above ,'ill icrthe
utii! the next meeting. port, v fake a ft'w bales
deck
i\o .nc hl:: s lipen yet<< ,certainty designated, I I, : the Clerk's office in the city r.f Apalachicola on ;3-Jtli, G-lth, 7tth4Ih and 12 feet wide '. For freight of which ou
ili'-siiocuished. ; / ; mimes; have Iteen The Committee on Claims reported in favorof Arrived the twelfth day of March next, being :the return apply to
I hut, m my : Light Floor Oil Cloths, _ A N McKAY &. GO.
l l (lieu. T.iyGr liiiheif. fejimenrrtuns the following bills, which were severally pass- March 4-Brship John Fielden, Strang, fmBristol day of said process, and the time and place assigned ,
t riientione I1y to Sims &; Cheever. for the hearing of said cause, and then ANo I Mahogany, Rosewood and figured 4-1, For Boston. -
infein-d frnm"s Knapp tth German
( and there interpose a claim, if any they have English, and American THE fine
ihai. tIe would invite \Ir. ilni ate: refesnments Sehr, Ann Sophia, Tuthill fm Havana. t----- ship ROBERT PATTEN,
Irom him, Apalachicola Exchange, for or shew cause why the Said Steamer, her tackle, 'able Oil Cloths. ,Fulton,

Binney III 1.1.-.1! l lp.. rt,neul. I It was as- at fire . .. . S. . . S .$45 00" :March Bark John 6-SllIp Brower.Rob't Tolford Patten,Fulton fm Boston.,fm Boston. apparel, furniture' and machinery should not be Also, a great variety of of jtheabme master port- For will deck have dispatch fcr
I new patterns freight, apply -
ierte l tlwt )Ir. Hinney had actually ln-en T. Orman, for services of boy as watchman, 2 00 Balk Ann Hood, Collins,fin New York, to Sins sold! to satisfy the demand of the Libelants. to .

inviieJ. But ihis i* ptematiire. Ot hers 200 & Cheever. : ROBERT MYERS, U. S. Marshal Carriage Oil Cloths. March S TIMS. ROGERS; & Co.

feafcsurmised. that Mr. Jeorce Evans would A.l'\.l\IcKay&"Co. March 7-%hip Constellation, Flitner, fm New Northern Distiict of Florida. All of which they ofler to the trade on liberal ----.---
Williams for services as watchman..'. .'. 2 00) York. Feb. 21 IS 19.Sheriff's .
'certainly be called in the Trf'.J.. !!ury. But tf Apalachicola, terms. ALICIlICOLll[ l\\i XCIljNUF-}

the General intends to lake !h few days inure T. Strickland for services as watchman.:. 2 50 to Br.J Maclay.bark: British., American, P well, fm Mobile, Sale. Jan. 2, IS-I'J.! jan25 52-3m

Vorcarelnl' delib'ciaion: and consullatiuti onilif John Gannon for drayage. . . .'.'. 2 7-5 Schr Ruth Thomas, Amsbury fm Havana. virtue of a. Writ of fi.' fa, to me directed Seeds'! Seeds THIS house hs been thoroughlyI

Milijecl.No J McDermot, for break for Engine No. 1. 6 50 ,West.Steamer March. 8-Schr Sunnah, McFarlan, fin Key BY(from the,Circuit Court of Franklin county, TUST received per brig Herald, an assortment I! I, !I '' refitted for takes the Mason, and (the subscriber -

tine has; yet nmleriaken% to,siy: that On nvri'icn: ? the Council 'then adjourned. ; in favor of William Griswold and Nath. L. Gri I J of Garden Seeds, for sale by I. I the pleasure in infonr.Fng
Southerner Shaw from Columbus. public that he
is row in
: readiness
fan. Ta\l. In r has expressed :any opinion or Steamer Palmetto, McAIister, fm Columbus. wold, executors of N. L. Griswold, vs. the Cityof Feb IS J ALLEN & Co. frr the reception rf

u"ec1 anV influence, upon the legislation o'*' COUNCIL I QI1' AMBER' 3 > Steamer Fashion, Cadwallader fm Columbus. Apalachicola, I have levied upon, and will expose S IDLlTZ and Soda Powders, just; received ,and transient boarders at the usual rates.permanent His

Cungre4.. nu the territorial I question.' The I MONDAY EVENING: Feb. 12, I8- 9. 5 Stearn/r Boston, Lea, from Columbus.!!! to sale to the highest bidder, at the CourtHouse s nd for sale by chsj tfcuisine i is an adept, and travellers! ,
Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahooch.ee. : door, in the city of Apalachicola, on the Feh S J ALLEN & Co. depend al! may
SiiuihrrhVhia members are Wry much upon having the luxuries
and
Council met: Present J. S. Hutchinson, Mayor Steamer Peytona, Morton, from Eufaiila. first :Monday in March, 1519, within the legal cies of the market delica-

disposed 'to relieve Gelleral.Tayl r. from ; Councilmen, MeSsrs.; lIig h 's',HancocK. Dar Steamer Eufaula, Barn!, from Eufaula.Cleared" hours of sale, the .followi\\] described property, BACON, Hams, Sides and Shoulders, just re The BAR is and served up in the best style.
now will at all times
future einhnrrassir.mt on iFjis[ subje'ci by and for sale by be kept
to wit:, one large frame building known as the.
and Barber.
Downer
den, Caigh, .. Feb supplied with the choicest Wines,
sftiiina the rjues't'inh o.8hftulc, Mr. Council Chamber situated Market 1 HI ELLISON & Co. Liquors, and
:; City on >
The minutes of the last meeting were read and : ; Cigars. A continuation cf f I the liberal custom
Walker'sHinendmsnl p: 5S; Ite :Senate..lliere; MacchBak Abbot Lord, Joyce, for Liver- Square; one Engine House and Engine, known as Pain Killer. heretofore bestowed, is respectfully solicited

1 h npo>..ibiliiy ilut t ifce Whigs (of the House", ap ,rod.. . pool, by J Day & Co. ? '. Boston No. 1 ;i. and one Engine House and En- PERRY DAVIS'S Vegetable Pain Killer,just JOHN PARTRIDGE..

'will suffer it. to pass, 'without the \Vifrnoiiruviso. i.; Mr- Darden moved that the mosmerizer have Ship Robert Parker \Veek I i, for Mobile.. gine,known as Fr nk1il1 No- 2, levied on as the received and for sale by the package or. dozen. December 9, IS4S. '

II ; the ,i ie of the Council Chamber at $:) per nightif llarchShip Peter Hattnck, Rockwell, for property of the city of Apalachicola. Feb 1 B. ELLISON &. Co. ,
& M -i. Antwerp by Noturse, Stone & Co. JOHN LUCAS, Shenfi; JFor Sale. .
The Vice IVesVO'nt 'efe'ci.r nab : his lectures and t if Florence' ,
aptiriments he charges for gratuitously Schr Jordan for Mobile. Onions.
B. LOT
By LUCAS, Deputy. 8 block
':it ihe Nai7i'nal l Hotel. He received theVisit's he docs not charge. Schr Carolina, Hubbard, for Baltimore, by Chas 31 lS4'j" sale by four 17,on Broad street,with
Wooden
,, & January FOR Buildings thereon. For
I Co
V/f/ iiiitny; of his old friends, as wet} .is The memorial of Messrs Bourse, Stone & Co. Rogers March 6-Ship Monument Trott' for Liverpool, The above sale is, postponed until the first !) 1 B ELLISON & Co. further particulars, inquire! ( ;; of the .subscriber -

1rIII"ers.; la-t eienlnj' ) and .lo-day.' .He and other?, to amend thet ordinance entitled an by B Salter. Monda) in April, by consent of parties. : -100 bbls. (planting) just receiv- : on the premises...
looks reina'tlabfy well! :though 11s.I'. I'li ir hastiriietl entitled ordinance Schr Patrick Henry, Chester for New York. March 1, 1849. POTATOKS sale by March 1. Wl\(. WORRIKER.
ordinance
from Mack: to lIOn, gre' since ne was ordinance to amend an an Schr Chipola, Gnerson, for New Orleans. "
''" Feb 1 B ELLISON &. Co. For Keiit.
member of the House. Tors'. concerning slaves," passed 30th Jan. last, Schr infold, Loomes, for New Orleans. Ail Ordinance ,.
a March 7-Br. AIce .Cann for For Regulating the Wharves &.c. THE Dwelling House lately cccupied
presented and real Mr. Dar'detmoved tliip te, Liverpool, Y'S Linainent: for sale by J
whereupon
was : by W A te P C Kdin. ,Be it ordai.nedby the Mayor and Council oj H Frb 1 J C ALLEN & Co. lit by the undersigned.; Terms accommo
The following beauiiful; compliment lo that leave be given lo withdraw, said me- Bri?,Toledo, (Glover, for New York! by Harper the City Jlpalachicola, That from and after : : dating. Apply to

l\lr.l'ldJ we'c J')' from the Louisville: Jour- m.i:lal. Adopted. & Holmes. the passage of this ordinance, it shall not he I Notice. B. S. HAWLEY

nal. It is a just iiftute Vo the great' man ol Mr. Darden called! up. an ordinance 'presented; lawful for any consignee of cotton or other gOO:, THE Copartnership herelolcre existing under Nov -23 t Columbus Block.!
Memoranda.Bark
:the age; : wares or merchandise, to allow the same; to remain firm of J. D. ATKINS & Co, iVthiscfay To K >ni. -

Allul1Jh Mr. Clay was lived) beyond the by him at a former meeting, entitled an ordi- Lepanto, Hagar, cleared from New York on any or the wharves in front of said} city dw-ulxed( by mutual consent. All persons: indebted ir STORES Nos. G Columbus BI.k, and t
for the wharves," &c. which for this Ft-b. 23.: than hours three after to the late firm will please make l
allotted nance regulating port more seventy-two : (or day) payment IS Water
period of "threescore and ;;; street. Fir terms, apj.lv to
ten," yet he enjoys in an eminent years degree! the was read and duly passed by its title. Bark Mary Melville\ Stevens, cleared fm New the arrival and discharge of the same, and all to the undersigned, who will continue the Grocery E1 Nov 11. NOURSE, STONE( ; L Co.
infringements of this ordinance shall subject the business on his own account at No. 53 Water ,
and referred York for this Feb. 22. 1 -------- -- -
torce and ,the freshness of his distinguished The (following bills were presented port. I
E Walton cleared from New consignees to a penalty of ten cents a bale! Oil street. HENRY YOUNGS. I' For Sale. '
'prime. His bearing is as erect and hi. Iep llo the Committee on Claims : Brig Ryder, cotton, six cents per barrel on merchandize, and Apal.ichicola, Dec 14, ISIS. "IHA COILS Rope ; liKJO lbs Twine, by

fs firm as they were in years long pone by; A. T, Bennett for laying plank' walk&c. :$301( 30 York for this port, Feb. 23. twenty-five cents per cord on wood for each and 1 1\J\J_ Jan IS NOURSE STONE & Co. -

neither hafe his eye lost any of its quickness John O'Conor for work on streets. . 54 00M. Bark Vernon, Faye, cleared from Savannah for every day the same may: remain in violation of Shad.FK7 I
or oft flat fire beforevhich and this port, March 1. this ordinance; and that the Marshal of the city A : half bbb. for sale by Cloths and Carpels.
guilt corruption & . . 500
quailed Belknap Schr Palladium, Post, cleared from N Orleans be empowered to remove any goods, wares or Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. 15Oil Oil Cloth,, I,,aod2!, yardwidei:
twenty years ago. Though . . 35 00
JohnMahony merchandise the of the Au Ordinance niperlngrain Carpeting;
the frosts of iVuny \llave) whitened! his for this port, F..b.25. expense owner consignee "
years John Smith . . 19> 50 Schr Louisa Sears Sears at. N Orleansfor of the same, which may remain on said To amend an Ordinance entitled .Ordinance q""f St.ir u : I ,
locks was '
!!, anal though grW Has .diiVen its up -
plowshare "
10 Tufted
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warves, in violation of this ordinance. repealing certain Ordinances, &c. passed 12lh Rugs; I
as'watchman. C
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over his furrowed brow yet his heart John Mahony (for services this port, Feb 27. Passed by Council, 12th February: is-t!). January, A. D. 134S. .. For sale by WAI. G. PORTER( & CO. '

li.is lust none of its sensibility) and( ihe fatuliiea \\Mie & McKenzie for box candles. . 11 63 Brig W L Jones T'lei.v s up at New York J. S. HUTCHINSON, Mayor.WM. Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Coun- Dec 30 41 Water street.

then forahis'port Feb 27 to sail March 3.Bark cil of the City of Apalachicola, That the Clerk : "
of adjourned.Passengers'
: his great mind aio wholly untouched On motion the Council % VALLEAU, Clerk.Advances i LIFE AND1
l hy ihe finger of decay. His chivalrous Cleocla, Bartlett, was up at New York, to Treasurer and Assessor be allowed a salary of fivehund'red MOFFAT'S PILLS : PHOENIX$
just t received and! for sale by
u on Cotton. dollars
annum. .
characier his intellect wis- j jp..r sail! 24th Feb. per :
mighty I. Jt fiTE are prepared to make liberal advances on Sec. 2. Be it ,further ordained, That allY- thing Nov 2S II. F. .ABELL,: Druggist.i
dom and eloquenc.. \'lemaiu tocoint'nandVopeci t..aruc'r Peytona-H E C'h ity.lnennttl, Schr Wm E Collins, Garvie, was up New fV Cotton, consigned to our friends in New in the..ordinance, lo which t this i is an amendment, -. I .Perfumery.

) and vener; Ii.u.; J In\ the Senate he R Hooper, R C Spann, W Mount. L Phillip. I Orleans Feb 21, to sail with dispatch. York, Liverpool, Havre Antwerp and Rotter militating against this ordinance be and the LARGE
of Extracts
will of course immediately take leading Per steamer\V Southerner H Eaton -Rev S Armstrong, L. Sch N. C. V., Wrisht, cleared from N Orleans, dam. NOURSE, STONE & Co. same.is hereby repealed. A &.c. &c. for assortment sale bv Cologne

t t1 lrt in i i\f deliberations ami wr have no S Brooking Pt'r steamer Quincy-Win Harrot Wm Kim- for this port, Feb 26. Feb 1 4G Water street. Passed by Council, 12th January: 1S49., Dec9 JCALLENkCO''

'J'Mibt' llut (;en. Tailor will, find 'in him a hell Mr McGwire, M N Scott, W H Kyle C R Bark Lucia Field, Rich, cleared fin New York J. S. HUTCHINSON, Mayor. ---:

ron-taut champion vyliowill: rCl'elllle thrusts! (; ..; Keaton, Yon Balcam.. for this port Feb 6, and sailed the Tth. Advances. WAI._VALLEAU, Clerk.Consignee .. Gold Pens Gold Pens '

which the advocates of Liii-ofocnisiii ana PeV 'learner Palmetto-rH S Smith, H Lock- Brig E L Waltqn, Ryder, cleared fm New York THE subscribers will make liberal cash fl d- Wanted OF the latfot ant most approved stjle,justreceived' '
)
aim hart \V A Chi holm. G Woodruff, Mrs Stop- on consignments of Cotton to their and for sale by ,
at him. Nothing can lie more grossly pI-hern. Miss S McAllister, Mrs Crawford. for this port, Feb 23. friends in Liverpool or New York. FOR: nine (9)) boxes pickles; I1arked G. H-re- Nov IS J ALLEN &. Co.

absurd or utterly ii rib ii IIlcl than thesupo Per steamer Boston-Dr A C McKinley, L F Ship Monterey, Crosley, sailed from Liverpool Dec 2S J DAY & Co. \ per, brigW. L. Jones from New York. -

)/ iti ,'f lint learner Fashion-:Miss M H Wef'ktI!' S ot variUKs and
distinguished) con/tdeiution which Advances' patterns! : qualities.1
the M C Weeks. F TCallins, N C Bass,S L Solomon, ; To Rent. SADDLES; curb and Snaffle! bits, '... 5
Whigs entertain for him factious to Mariners. undersigned,! will make liberal advanced:! .
by a Gf'n AC Gordon. THE of the Fire-proof Store, No. 24 Water ..
:Uld malicious ; V.7 H Crane. MrCoe, Cotton consigned to his friends in Liverpool PART Saddle Bagsi4Martingales S ,
adminirainn. ncv-R has been of
opposition: to Whig Per steamer Qni ev THE LIVERPOOL PILOTS.-Notice post- Enquire D B WOOD. and! fur sale
No. G lloulhac E F Davis, Dr W Clark, Glqsgow, Havre, Boston or New York. Nov : Whips! by
the J IS .
11mt
g : [Harry of the West P Knowle ed at the Custom House, that the green and white WM. G. POR'IT.R & Co.
mlie Lnckhart B Wynn, Mr Mangham, Mr Para- Nov 18 D B WOOD. ... ..
soul of honor and he will not in the Dr distinguishing light hitherto in use on board the Dec 3D 41 Water! street! i <* .
more and lady. 1 Negroes Wanted. _1-- : i.\Ic.
inter of his life prove recreant to his lofty Liverpool boats& at the, mouth of the:Mersey, Has I Insurance. 9 LIKELY hands wanted for whom liberal Havana Tobacco Seed, .

Sentiments.helm. bcri, I irueto<< .the principles which Receipts from the Interior. been discontinued, bright white light, and at intervals -.i THE subscribers, Agents for The Etna In- ,...,0 wages will be paid. Apply to sale by I
RlwaJ'schiersslied, he will yield a cor- of fifteen minutes flash light having Co.," 'The Protection Insurance FOR
Per steamer Peytona-35 bales cotton to WvlieAc a WM. FOSTER, 1 II .F ABKLL-;;
dialjsupport to this friends and be ready to McKenzie241 to Lockhart &: Young; 212 to been substituted in lieu thereof. Co.,"and The Hartford.InsuranceCo.\ ," of Hartford Feb. S. 4t Agent of Screw Press. \ C..

torn aside the shafts of his enemies. No A N McKay & Co. Conn., are prepared to, take Fire, Inland ; City lols V
dishonor will stain the of his life and Per steamer Sou'tberner-247 bales cotton to A Vessels" and Marine Risks on as favorable terms as any Lumber. FOR Lease or yak( for which \\jrranteedeed*
cveuing of in Port
bw spa, N McKay & Co; 165 to Wyhe,. McKeqae; 140to List good office. 'J DAY & Co. YELLOW Pine, assorted sizes and qualities, ill be gi"cu.Pl'ly to "
unobscured of treach-
by the mists & Cheever.Per SHIPS. Dec 28 G.
will Lockhart & Young; 12, to SIms I Dec 23, ISIS. !!,. GUYONV
,
cry go down in dazzling! splendor.GENERAL. steamer Quincy-57 bales cotton 10 Lock- John Fielden, (Br).Strung,916 tons, for Liverpool, Oak Plank, Wheel Arms and .Bucket Plank, for leiiioii )

I hart &; Young/ 79 to C {II Gregory; 7 to AN Mc- loading-Sims&; Cheever. The Protection Insurance Co. ol sale by PETER HOBART, Syrup. n_
,. L1EVTENNT .-In the Senate K ; Co; 6 :ro, 3 bxs tobac'Co, 10 B S Hawley; Commodore, (Br ) Prichard. 6S6 tons, for Glas- New Feb S Commerce street. I' SUPERIOR article, just received and for
n.n the,24th Feb., Mr. Fitzgerald k'e.i...andpbtamcdjhe 6 bile* cotton lo D G Kaney; 39 to order, 6 bxs gow IOllJing-'V A &" PC Kain. Jersey. ..tlsalebv -
: .a tobacco to J Day &: Co. > Ohio, Clark, 738 ton!!, for Europe, loading M THE subscriber being appointed by.the above Wooden Ware. Feb 8. J. C ALLKN & Co. ,
unanimous consent of ilYe Senate Pr steamer PImello-232 .balea cotton to J C Wright, ", their agent'for this city; is now BRASS bound Cedar Pails, Painted Bucket, f
to iiModuce! :? the 'ro}} \Yiu.Joi t resoluI'on. / Maclay; lOOto Harper & Hotmea-,.-17 to A-N Mc- Charlotte, Collins, 390 tons, for Europe, loadingI prepared to,take, Fire and Marine Risks. Buckets, Hickory and.Corn Brooms,for Clarified Sugar.

tHen vras read, and gassed Vd the second Kav & Co; 64 to,Wyl.e. &: McKenzie; 67 to W A Wrijtrii. .. ? l. May 11, ISIS. THOS. L. MITCHEL. sale by [Jan 11] C A GREEN & Co. 50 BBLS New York CUritied! ,just received

1 reading ; ., & P C Kaun: CO to Lockhart & Young; 41 to Hill, Ophir, Sylvester l 438 tons, for Europe, loading and for sale by .
1)awson & Co. S Cassiri. Bagging and Rope. Storage. Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. i ( or
Jfooited:,' Tuat the PresicJent} of the United Per steamer Boston-223 b'ale* cotton to A N Star Republic Norris', 305 tons for New lork, ? PCS. superior Kentucky Bagging, I N FireProof Store No. 21 Water sheet by School looks -:
Slat" be, a od he is authorized & McKenzie; 53 to W A & P C Kain. OO Nov2 ,
hereby. McKay &: Co.65 to. loading- ,.., 100 coils" Rope, D. B. WOOD. !
.Jo confer upon: Ma); Gel" efalVI'nfteltl Scott W\G Porter &: Co; 22 oWhart&; Young Robert Patten, Fulton, 376 tons, for Boston, loading Just received and TJ"ORsaeby 1
for sale low for cash
A N or approved Medicines .1I Feb 17 II F A8ELI.. t
,\ e brevet\ ) Per steamer Fa6hion-423 bales_cotton So -C Rogers &; Co. rpHOMPSONIAN for sale by ,, .. f fDyseufary
oftbe appqintmerit of lieutenant general McKay &; Co; &1 to W G Porter& Co; 88 to WyiprffSSEafiinU235 OhioSutton,, 297 tons, for Boston, loadingNJDeblois. paper, by JL Feb 1 J ALLEN & Co. Cordial.-- .
army of ihe United States, as a token .-"- "' .. NOURSE, STONE & Co.Feb .
'l f "ational gratitude (or the services he has : : bales cotton: to A N Clinton, Foster 350 tons, for Boston, loading- 1 46.Water, street. Coffee. P D. WOODRUFF'S Dysentary Cordial..justreceived

gendered his country aiid i ia honor ofh-'a:: McKay & Co; 41 to Wyhe &; McKenzie. ; 7 to S N J Deblois. ., Buagillg and Rope. 200 SACKS RIO, landing ajid for sale by and for sale by

d'"inguislied abilllty as a 'generai.RASCALITY.Tbe. ,l. Lncktiart & Vonnq-Qiitncy-SSbikS. cotton; t. Wm r' Masonic ing-T, Halhorn,439 L Mitchel.tons, for Providence, load 50' PCS. Kentucky; 20,bales India; 100.coils Nov 18 D B WOOD. __,___,Dec 9 i j i_. H F ABELL._ f

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Per steamer
Porter.& Co' 2 to T Orm n; 2510 D G Kdney; 6 Constellation, Flitner, 276 tons, fin New York, Rope, for sale by Brushes. Citron, Currants, :Itnisiiis, ILcin? "

PfticoFlnvs Jonesbo- to 'Lockhar* .t'oujg', 1. waiting-Master.B.ARQUES. Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. HAIR, Hat Clothe, TeethNail. and Shaving OI1S, ,&c. I

rough (Tend.) \Vhig : We are authorized Per box Baker fin Albaoy-l79 bales cotton 218 to Buckwheat.; for sale by JUST received in fine order and for sue by. _
says & CO ,
Sims & Cheever; 42toHiflDaw8oa ;: Feb 24 H F ABELL. 11 C A GREEN & Co.
to orter a reward of five cents forth to Lockhart &: Young; 31 to W G Porter & Co.Exports Gardiner.
apprehension thief Cassin.Covenanter ceived, and for sale by < Fresh Herbs: Hemp and Cotlo'n Dock, it J .
of the '
or
youug I (Br) Patterson, 612 tons, for Liverpool Jan 11 C A GREEN& Co. ,Thyme, Summer Savory,Boneset,Hoar- FINF; assortment just received from New ,
thieves, w1ri, on Monday night the idltiw *. r loading-W A &; P Kain. I- SAGE Catnip, &c, just recdnd for sale by A York, for sale by t :: .
.; tOok MODument-15ZJ bales Jesse, (Br.) Fords 573 Ions for Liverpool, loading For Sale.. Jan 26 J ALLEN & Co. Jan 11 '
the LIVERrOOter Ebip
C
of the hat raised &. CotTliT'OODRUFPS
\ mone, out : -Nourse, Stone &: Col: FIRKINS of superior Batter, of Lat A..2REEN Jl
** public collection at a Temperance cotton. bales cotton. Rob't Watt, (Br.) Johnson, 491 tons, for Liver- Q tham's Dairy." Lemon Syrup. ,
Alceste-1334
Per ship Dawson & Co. S Composition Powder, for asia
teeling. in Jonesborough: to ,buy candles Per bark Abbot orANTWEHPPer ship- Peter bales Hattnck-lS colt on. Susan,pool(Br.,)loading-Hill Cronk, 537 ,tons; for Antwerp, load- Dec 28 NOURSE STONE & Co. T Ld B RAY'S for sale superior by Lemon syrup,just received W by [Feb 1] .J C ALLEN ,& PO, '

uie of the Societ The hat had ing-I M Wright.: -
baits coli on. Ann Hood, Collins, 312 tone, for New Yorfc, loading Osnabiirgs. Feb 17 H ABELL White Lead 'I
:
been Henry-W6
palled i along the seat where the. boys NEW YORK-Per schr Patrick -Sims & Cheever. GEORGIA- nd Lowell Osnaburgs: always on TTC700DRUFPS Anti-bilious Pills for sale N O. I Extra and Pure, just rec'dlor'S3leby.. C..
ere bales cotton. Edward, Knudson, 355 tons, for New York, load- the lowest rates by by Jan 25
and it ffie dime. J C ALLEN .
they robbed of l last t Per brig Toledo-552 bales cotton. ing-A McKay; Co. Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. .VV-Febl JCALLEN&CO. & Co.\r

Jonesboroogh is hard .to beat; BALTIMORE' schr Carolina-606 bales' John Brower,Talford, 310 tons, for Boston, loading Georgia Osnaburgs, Panacea. : Note 5 Paper. .,
cotton. and
N J Deblois. Embossed Note
A NEW ORLEANS-Per schr Chipola-17 bxs Alexander- 337 for Boston loading sale by' HENRY YOUNGS, WAIM & HOUCK'S Panacea, just receivedand PERFORATED: Paprfof T
*sawing; with a saw that; was not Ihep Lion, tons, FOR' S Y I 'i"-1 -br. .
.barpe ; tobacco. N J Deblois. 23 53 Water street. for,sale by DeeD J C ALLEN'fc
t t the world! ,, after trying vainly. to Alpha, Bennett 517 tons, for Providence, loading Feb 17 v H F :ABf.LL.WOODRUFF'S. CPh-f

law with lff broke out atlas! % a8 follows :- Imports. .,. : -Wood &: Ballon. 1 Lard. -" 0Boots ,and Shoes '
,"oe all r .663 for Liverjool ') KEGS new leaf, for sale by ysentuy: Cordial,for sale by' V'SJj "T{
the javrc,that I cwr.saw uw, 1 ne- HAVANA-Ptr schr .Aon Sophia IoIassu, British American (Br.) Powell tons, 0 I TJ'ORSALEbyshepaekageby;
loadin-J Jan U C A GREEN & Co. .
Tcr saw a saw thitt C Maclay. oW J.C ALLEN & Co. Nov 13 D B TODP.*
saw as saw s w. -Kgars, fruit, &c.. ..

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Ship causes produced illness' of t r { ; > ,Ittc .
by irregularity
Subscribers hive on band for sale: r'c For Regulation lof Quarantine, &c. 'PaIB.I

THE assorted, Butts, Screws, Hinges, dent. Nothing effects can be more surprising than its I Carstorr Allars, ):, -,. 4 SEC. 1., Biil ordained by the Mayor and Dye-stuffs' Perel. Os: ;
the
.. invigorating human frame Persons ;
on nd
S Handsaws Millsaws, Crosscut do, Planes, Bill for DIvorce. Thai THE,
I' vs. v Council of the 'Cily Apalachicola,
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all weakness a.id lassitude from it
taking 'o friends retarnh *
,Gimblets,Chisels,Brace Susannah Allars. tjjjii.
Augers
Compasses
at once become robust and full of under ). hereafter all vessels steamboats arriving .t
and Bitts,Rules, Bevels, Squares, Broadaxe?, its i influence. It immediately counteracts energy the THE Defendant not having plead 'answered, in the port.of Apalachicola, from' any port ; -llfODageApalachicola ? ,;and b'roVf
Ship do, Collinr do, Adze, Hatchets, Hammers demurred duenotice
nervelessness of the female framer which is the complainant's bi,after or place at which cholera, yellow fever, 'al supply, 1
,Shutter Hangings,Blind I doSteelyards, of ;
Counter Scales, Platform do, Cotton do, great cause of Barrenness. It will not be. and the thefjng .hereof. given and publication, small pox or any contagious or infectious! tock, renders hV whiclade tI m

pected of as, in cases of so delicate a nature, to disease existed the, of such and 'complete.. English '
Kitcnen Ware, Table Cutlery, Shovel and i therein stated having been taken for confessed at departure !r nh, .
Tongs, Fire Irons, &c. I exhibit certificates of cures performed but we against said defendant : on motion of Solicitor] vessel or boat from such port or place or American Drugs; Cosmetics; pey Gtha"

"BLACKSMITHS' Blocs Anvils, Sl'di 1 s, I can assure the afflicted, that hundreds of cases for complainant, it is ordered that said cause be which may have on board auy person afflicted and Druggists.Glass.w re..&c., *,. !,
have been -
Hammers, Vices, S".rewplates, Stocks and ,i; where families reported have to us. Thousands of cases set for hearing at the first day of the next term with such disease, shall be subject to to; Physicians, Country. Merchant aid
I" I' li been without children,after he most liberal terms
Dies! Ton: s, Files, Raps, &c. f __.< of this Court, and that notice of such hearing the following quarantine regulations wit : -aJ be o'f
"" :; using a few bottles of this invaluable medicine, pure and unadulterated.
IROX-Sweedi, English and American, aborted, 1<" be the defendant) of
,. '- :zt. .oV .Jr.. -, have been blessed with fine, healthy offspring. given to by'lhe publication acopy.of Such vessel or boat, on its arrival, shall
round,fht and square, Band, Hoop, Sheet and ; this order, once a week for the of H. F.
space safe and ;
the first J
To Mothers and Married come to'ao anchor at convenient AE
Ladies. Wholesale .
Boiler Iron. Railroad, Spike do, Horio1e hoe Townsciid's Sarsaparilla.Wonder three months prior to the first day of the next and
=Iron and Nails, Cast t, English, Blister and This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly anchorage after crossing the outer 45
and Blessing of the Age. term, in the Commercial Advertiser, a .
barman Steel. The most extraordinary Medicine in the World !I prepared in reference' to female complaints. No pe> published in the city of Apalachicola.A newspabar. where they shall remain, for the .space Nov 21, '154.flrugs .,Wael

PLOUGHS-Single; and) Double Cornshellers, This Extract is put up in Quart Bottles : it is six: female who has reason tosoppose she is approaching Copy.VM.. VALLEAU, Clerk. of forty days, or until the passengers.aDd and I i ;
Cornrcills, Logr.hains, Trace do, O.v do, that critical period U The turn jof "' cVew shall be the health officer ;
times cheaper pleasanter, and warranted superior lie DetMnhe.18, 1848. 493mSherif's repotted, by THE !subscribers'
Shovels and Hoes Garden should neglect to take it, as it is a 1 hu,
Spade", Weeding 'to any sold. It cures without certa'l to be" in a healthy condition. haveon and.i
Laue and Grubbing Hoes.! vent fh'e 'o any of the numerous and horrible Sale.By hand,.
vomiting,purging,sickeni or SEC. 2. Be That
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ng ilfur'thefordained,
CORDAGE-Manilla and Hemp, assorted, Pitch, Patient. diseases to which females are subject at this time virtue fi. fa. to me directed nypiot of DRUGS and

Tar, Rosin, Coal Tar, Bright Varnish, Handspikes The debilitating beauty and superiority the of this Sarsaparilla of li fe.: This period may: be delayed for several! from the Circuit Court of Franklin county, or other person piloting or conducting which they wj J..
great by this medicine. Nor is it less valuable Griswold any vessel or steamboat into the port ofApalachicola ofthe best
Blocks, Oars, &.c. over all other medicines i is that while it yetirs using in favor of William and Nath. L. Gris quality. .1

CASTINGS-Sugar Kettles I Mills and Caul. eradicates the disease; it invigorates the body. It for those who are approaching womanhood,4 wold! executors of N. L. Griswold, vs. the City having on board any of the I and Planters

dron, Bakcovcns, Spideis, Pots, Enameled is one of the best, as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening of Apalachicola, I have levied upon, and will expose above contagious diseases, shal bring said to tocall.examine- and tiLl-

Keillor( Tea Kettles, & .. SPRING very AND SUftMEH{ MEDICINES Ihd blood l and invigorating the Indeed, to sale to the 1 highest bidder, at the CourtHousc : vessel to anchor at the first and convenient elsewhere]

'TI NWARE-\ a"snif I incut.Whoksalc Ever known; it not only purifies the whole syst (Ihis medicine. invaluable for sycm) delicate door, in the city of Apalachicola, on the anchorage after crossing the 'outer bar, 8.kr pld p.A..
:
or retail. t Mn, and strengthens I the person, bat it createsiiw diseases to which women are subject.It first Monday in March, 1319, within the legal and report the same 10 the Mayor without at any 'f hour* i I Nda, "pj
t.:. c. ROm.lrrS.A.pt3 ; braces the whole system, renews permanently hours of gale, the following described property, J. A i'
and rich lilaod
purr : a power possessed by de'lay and in said otherperson
; pilot or
i 'f b, .Tin., .:.-2l' 1 ic 11. ___ no other medicine. And( in this lies the grandserrot ); i the natural energies, by removing the impurities to wit : one large frame building known as the shall defaul to said qity onehundred Jan 13- Cor. Centre and. ComWffi,,
of the body, not so far stimirlatfng as!! to produce City Council Chamber situated on MarketSquare pay !
J. EIJa; .\: Co. (:OS.rIC"I' trH) of its wonderful success. It has performed .J. -,
relaxation which is : dollars for such neglect or SPENCE
the of
subsequent every ,
within) the last fh'c'ears., more than: 100,000( case ; one Engine House and Engine, known as
cititt Ms.SIU ( most medicines taken! for female weakness and I Boston No.> 1 ; and one Engine House and En.: ; reusal (to 'comply with the above section. WATCH AND CLOCK
C'III'l?S ot severe rasps of diseaseat; lea;;:t l: ,OOO
; P \\TlLKrtV.; were considered) i incurable. It has saved t the lives Il disease. By using; ; a fcbrlfles of tlf is medicine, gme, known as Franklin No. 2, levied on as thepwprty Ec. 3. Be it further ordained. That Second Story 'MAK
:\ TNTILLCorh! } : <:( ill I *::zisIV many severe and painful surgical orrcrations of the city of Apalachicola. while said vessel boat lies in '
JL : of more than :WM; : children during (the two past' may or quarantine1hall (Entrance on ChStflt. ,
I Hrnhnliu I I *, Ur.mlir.; I I ", Mil I ui line I S,1111-: be p revented. JOHN LUCAS, )
.' it s not be lawful for ,
3'tr:1: ,<>dilue :1 OI Mothers" Sheriff any person except APALCHJCOLFj
eat Blessing to andChildren. L. B. LUCAS
cio, Lir.!"**"! .In. II :tu- d.i! JJ.hlJ do. Spirit? TMIfimii "- H! ,OO cases of Gciiorl DebilitytGacid .L By the health officer, lo visit the same or hol I N B Watches, Clocks Jewflr,

", I',.int.'*, Window! < iu-s.! 1'itiv, White \vatil. IVcrvoiis Energy. .:mi,1r 31 iSH.) .any communication with those on :;; repa ired. October ai t ff'l'
)L: 5tJ, !It.. I 41'I I f\\' fViiv; Chr-rii": Gr'-"II.' 1 Dr. Townsend's Saisaparilta I I invigorates the L It is i the safest and most effectual medicine for Subscribers have onr hand and offer for nor shall it be lawful for person onboard -- .

{JS I:: IIr.aIJ.l.', In: 'f>nal! uri r.ilh r.if! S'!!.>!jjr, n.'uiit.jniih, CpI! attendant upon child-birth ever discovered.i
lost their the effects of medicine SUffAR! hhdd
mueciflar: by ( I -10 and 50 bbls N. Orleans \
Jn: Tdf, IJ 111:1: l'1t't.! Tiivnlin"/ : Coil, l'.nnl I energy: strengthens both the mother and child, prevents ; owner or consignee thereof land, or cause o\1\n SnlWftA and Biljjargl
5ru ih.'. VAMISR- .. T.ir J 1 S' rrIn.! or irllli- ('retion committed i in yon'I h, or the 10 b i\es Wor.Ise\s &. Stuart's loaf; !
] i 'I. : CI nuji do, I pain and disease increases and enriches the food, [ to be landed any of her cargo, or any article Room.rplIE .
excessive indulgence of (the passions. and brought FLOUR 100( bbis St Louis and Ohio t
Li B'aci: % .tjIiL' HI IKS' -
ni C'1IIi.! ,, :* !) 1' k. Knjlis'i tho se who have IHed it think is slpe'rfo-e ;; on board unless written
i d">, C'>tl..n d I j, UiMiy: : IJ.tvn: $ d d., Li;lit d.i. on: a general physical prostration of the nervoussystem I i indispensable COFFEE-5U sa Maracaibo; by permission proprietor of the "Athena um .
White.. Blii:> ril I !H"J l Bi'itioi t i N..il.i ;, G i''tr; ; do,, lassitude, want of ambition f fainting; nsatiJII It is highly useful both before and after confne- MOLASSFS-I bbl new crop ; from the Mayor given under the advice of: | has used every endiavor i B\1

do Tack: : ?, JSYijiSiik"! : B..t (d.l. I Hra-l: *, Screw.-. : !
.tack Screws, Anc'ior: *, UriNiik] .* Cap-Jain I towards that fatal disease, Consumption can becntiicly childbirth-in Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swell- LARD-5 bblsand keg ; either of the provisions of this or the first and' i:thankful! that an ever dwcriminal I-

Jlu.i, OjirsBofi'i! !', .Sli\! -- Jlh I If.inkHand, I restored by this pleasant remedy. This ing of the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn, Vomiting SOAP-SO boxes pale 1, yellow and white; Section of this ordinance, shall be liable; to lie prove by liberal patronage their p
PIl1l! )a, I n 'e!( n'IC t.::, Cj4.J ir Jo.! n 'ck IkoUIII', ,,Pain in the Back and Loins;, False Pains, | .his desire apprtiai
Corn d:., C.l'J1daz! .H'I,:, tr\'illz, .14., Ax". AxIlelves : Sarsaparilla is far superior: to any Hemorrhage, and) in regulating the secretions and::1 ST A RCJ1 boxes Colgate's ; said city in the penalty of fifty d l lars for: If choice to ple::. He will

U.n: ,\11! I Tuim"n'1"\ ( IJ." ..:, ILiIt. dll, fuvlgovaliiig Cordial, equalizing the circulation it has PC mess and prime ; each and every such offence, and twenty-five ortmrnt of Liqnorand refrebj
'Gin d6. C.tlll\! n lL J.). FI.1I do, C.'i1in A9 it renews and invigorates the system, gives this no equal The JJKKF-2U( bbls prime; dollars for each and day the bevtrairrs, of a SOl t 10 tickle the |j'alaIesetOf4'
\; great beauty medicine is it is master
every
r'1n. Mi'tiii: ? [rO1"! -. NJ.irJirt'1 S"I ilv.5. :":'.Jlp' ticra- activity to tho limbs, and strength fo the muscular and always safe, TOBACCO-50 bxs and hf bxs favorite brands; Bacchn. Uu.r fa r idiotH !orS; a, d
nr*, BJIII'Ji.vw.: (5i.,kV !Lilies! T'trin'nfortDiyid -, system: ; in a most extraordinary d"gree. the most delicate use it most successfully, BACON casks sides and hams owner or consignee of such vessel or tJt I cool l and .delirinu.:, "reh from their native Oyp

>.r-<, C., Sul "J" .\i it'!. ,::, Sail Twine, ConSnUIItiOJ Cna' (1. \ very few cases require any other medicine, fn i MA ACCARONI: boxes Italian ; shall fai or refuse to go into quarantine as for a pleasant corrminglig, .b ni

Sine do, S-11I'I3"j!. I'alnUi:;:ii!!? L-Mther, Cleanse some a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful.' VERMICELLl-5 do ; herein required. arri usernerut-nLi/e W-ihere
and do cum aD
rami;) d)<.. :-h'lv..I.! !.., 1l.11lm''rl'! II I'--'j-ts' t Chisel,*, Strengthen. Consumption can becnivd. Exercise in the open air, and ligl.t food with this ; Be it ordain Z within the w Ilh
CR CRANBERRIES SJc.4. further That incase of
Bronchitis Liver Complaint bbls gTmruastjgto
Consumption, quarter
AuS'JM, 1'1"1"';. lli'il-ti'AV. tiiiii'iL'ts, '! I IIanJ-w; medicine< will always ensure safe and ; cure ccnre
Files, Itat Taild., ln>;} -.p.tTt''*. C.ijibo.iril: : Locks, Colds, Catarrh, Coughs, Asthma, Spitting finement. 2 ear con DOMESTICS-25 bales sheetings and shirtings; it shall be deemed necessary for the a i ',mpof 1 |pins; but fhnje preferring\rlf!

'tock tin, IIoi'is :i'il Sta.ilf*, I Umtp. Padlock"! of Blood Soreness in the Chest, Hectic Notice to the Ladies. OSNABURfJS[ -10 bales Lowel and Georgia; preservation of the health of said city, by: act i ve amWemenl* can.always takt a haUI. C

Wood Saws, l'.Tvhtit I Urilvarls, I land; Lines, Flush! Night Sweats, Difficult or Profuse Expectoration GLASS-20 bxs assorted ; the health officer, it shall be ihe'duiy of Cmiie one-come all."

Deep.l SA lii, Lo!? do. Fish i do. ll.in'l} L".ids, Deep I Pain in the Side. &'c-., have been Those that imilafeDr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla I, RAISINS-100 whole, hf and qr boxes; master oi vessel boat in llt JOHN B {
BP.8 di( She! pt do. Birds, FaI..I": | Lintiiorn?', and can be' cl1I'cd. have invariably called Iheir stuff a. great ]l'nr11 BU BUCKWHEAT kegs new any or lying quarantine Apalachicola; :, DPC. 30. 1SJ7. Jor.
( hllik Lin s, Pitch Puts, Lo? Books Cargo do, far Females, &c. &c., and have copied] ALMONDS 200 ; to unload and thoroughly cleanse 1, : J1
Blood. -
n? yins Pin, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's- Spitting and circulars which relates to the complaints of)f BUTTER." pounds; smoke and whitexvash the same inside, before A CARD. -
'oofs, Sampson; : Po.tg"&c 5cc. New York, April 2S, IS 17. women, word for word-other men who > kegs Goshen and Western ; such vessel or boat shall be Suo"hiherl take this'
ApiUchinnla.! D-c 9. 1Sft. Dr. Townsend verily believe that your Sarsaparilla : medicine, have since the pnt up CHEESF-21 bxs English dairy ; alo\etto TiE' the citizens' of nstth.o of inI fm:
great success pf Dr. proceed to said and' Apalarhiccla
'
1 hf I city ; failing and
has Otard person ft
any
been the means,through: Providence, pipes Depuy & Martel ; ; r
Groceries and SSlil) Stores. (If saving life. I have for several had Townsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incident to LF. Sicily: t to comply with the provisions of this section I. cinity, lhat they have noW on hand 'fJlle\\
h my years a oNsboxes
10 COFFER Java do females and well Selected '
St. Domingo do, recommended t theirs, although SWctc of
bad h. It became and preionVI Maderia and he liable to said in the w will t
LX Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Su:!ar, cou worse worse. Atla. Iv they did not. A number of these Mixtures ALE-dozen cZ Sherry ; shal city penalty offifty sold low, coni fing in part as'lollnws' h
t I raised large quantifies of blood, had ) pale; dollars (for each and such :
St. Croix do Porto llu-o do Yonn night PilN 8cc. very offend Cloths
? Hyson Tea, are injurious to females, as they and Cassiroerea
,
1II)11 Jo, Pt\.chon: 111.I L"idlOn :; do, Goshen sweats! and 1 was greatly debilitated and reduced: yate disease, and underminethe constitution.aggrc Pickle, Sauces, Olives, Brandy Cherries an SEC. 5. Be il tfur/lcT ordained That the Fancy Prints, various do. sf\Ie?,

R'fltr Ch"se! 1aT.i 13 I leon 1I,1In::. : 4eS! !", hOI1Id"r I- and did not expect to.Live.) I have only uspd your Scrofula Cured. Candy, a full assortment.C. city physician ) by the Council annually I- Alapaca Lustre do- do.
;;, :\''to1ases, Whislf'Ie: s and Primp lee1 1, Sarsaparilla a short time, and there has a wonderful A. GREEN & Co. shall be considered the Silks ; Figured,
Mes' and Prim- Porkj.Micken1.: hi\rJ. Silmoni I change been wrought in me. I am now This/ certificate conclusively proves {hat this Dec 28 52 Water street. health ofctr.whose FrrdeRjne, .
1lrrin Snun131\nd 1\11111.. Cod Fi-h TI1a all Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the most obstinate I- -- duty it shall be to visit do. Montclla'
", ; ue:;, o to walk all over the city. I raise no blood, ',Vaz'raI1tel al
P"l"r, Sicps! CJ.tsJ.: p'pp"rIICf', Olietllpri and, my cough has left me. You can well ima-1: diseases of the Blood. Three persons to Cure. which may come to anchor at t quarantine I. do. Satin' Striped ,
!, l'i&IeS, So:': Starch Tohtcco.: Nay y: ginc that I am thankful for these results.' cured in one hou e is unprecedented. COSTPR &COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic ground as aforesaid, and examine .the' Fanry Cashmcre Robf3
Bread, Pilot do, Cracl.r Vini'-ar:,:: Dripd FruifJ:, .. Three Children. ( ( from medicines of our own: and do. Merino do.
Beans, Silt ll-itiseiis. :MacaroiiierrnceIi.! Ar-: Your obedient servant, Dr. Townsend forests, a )pe-f'c and lasting cure for fever and passengers crew thereof for the Ju'r- do. Delamo "
) Dear Sir-I I do.
: WM.: RUSSELL (65; Cathaiine st. : have the pleasureto pose of ascertaining whether there
f-.iw Root ,
,Corn, Oa.5, BI: k 'h'! '\tard.ltlce.! --jf l ( inform that agile, and being Tonic in cases ol Muslins
For sale Ii. BI.L1SON Ithcallnal' you three of my children have hoard of the Il'dia PcC
by : vV CO general debility or weakness now known, for sale any diseases contemplated by do.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Ch ':'tntit sts.S j Thlil i>: only one of more than four thousand: I been cured medicine.of the Scrofula by (the use of your excellent by [April 27. ] I F ABELL. the provisions of ,this ordinance, amihp Ednins,Swi Lisle s, lct ar'd Cnfr::f il
cases of Rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla They were aficted'erv severely Cap any Threa'd
her
with had Sores have 'i'lu : any case of such disease has ocrurrec ti Shaw Is, Damask
11:11'1'at" has cured, The most severe and chronic I : : only bottles !UISnu'S Compound Syrup 1 Silk
i:: TJA1I4 Plain Irons single and double, Ihmmcrs. I. cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinaryvirtues. : ,;'it took them away, for which I feel myself 'rI'and Wood Naltha, luring the passage of such vessel, and make / do. Marino,

J. Draw Knives, Augur*, Augtir Bits, :. under great obligation. the cure of consumption, chronic, bron- report thereof to ,the Mayor ; and for such do. Plaid Wool

lrin tirace*, Timber' Scribe*, Turn Screws, James Cummings, Esq., one of the assistants, Yours, respectfullv, FOR ;athnn.hofpin couzh, palpitation 1 service he shall be entitled to receive from: Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves

f lrkillg! ( ):ae l. Mortice di, Saw Set, Wood' in the Lunatic Asylum, BlackwclPs Inlandis( the ISAAC \\T GRAIN Wooster-st.. of the' heart, live r complaints, and affections of the master of such vessel or boat thesuin often Tukan Gip py Bonnets, 'latest' fashion

RJkS, Adzes, \Vrpnches, Siws, Lo ks, Hooks gentleman spoken of in the following !letter! : Opinions of Physicians. the :Sidneys, fi-r le by dollars \vith), expenses. llibbon:> in all iarieli

and Staples R.m. <,Screws, llin- as:; SJmtter Bolt Blackwell's Island, Sept 11 J, 1517. Di. Towns nd is daily\ receiving orders: F.,.', t''' J r ALLEN To SEC. 6. Be it further ordained. That i it Brown Shirt:in?, 784 and 5-4

Brad. Tacks, Copper Wire, M ltiir} Td1e! RatTraps Dr. Townsend-Dear Sir : I have suffered terribly from Physicians in different parts of the Union. & be the duy: of the health Bleached' do. 7.84; and Il4
,Axes Hatchets Coflee :Mills This is to that the Blank 2ooks and shal officer, liar: Blanket G-l 41.4
Sledge: Ham for nine years with the Rheumatism ; considerable i- certify we, undersigned: Stationery. | j and 8-4
mers, Smith Tongs, Mill Saws An.il.c.. &c. ( of the time I could' not eat, sleep or> Physicians! of the City of Albany, have innumerous LEDGERS, Journals, Day )( r master and marshal to.report to the Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting

F'orsleby B ELLISON & Cn. walk. I had the utmost distressing pains, and cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, I Foolscap and Letter Paper; Mayor any and all violations of this ordin Carpet JJasrf .

flee. 9. Cor. Abater and Chestnut sf my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used( and believe it to be one of the most valuable pre r Cotton Memorandum Books ; ance.Passed Hat and Cap, all stales

WEDE Iron' Scotch (l'b, Vcedingand Ganlen. : ; four bottles of your Sarsaparilla, and they have: paratons in the markt.II. Ship and River Bills Lading; by the Council llth.January, 1844. Boots and Shoes
S done P, PULING, M. D. Boooks for Letter Press. DAVID G. Clothing' ot all
Hoes Blacksmith* Bellows\ Cotton and, \Vool;: more than one thousand dollars worth ofgood. RANEF, Mayor. kinds.

Cards Spades; : and Shovels Cauldron and Smar: You are at liberty to use: this for the benefit i- J. WILSON BIIIRGS, M. M D. D. Bank Kirls and of Exchange'for sale and* Checks, WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk: Also-other, a neat assortment of JEWELRY. anJ-
of the H.1 JIt by many articles
afflicted. too
Pans, &c. for sale numerous: to .
Ploughs, &c. by ELMENCORF, M. D. MirHi 1 'H. c and nerlltn
B ELLISON & Co. Yours, respectfully, Albany, April 1,1847.Caution.. F. ABELL. An Ordinance, i examine for yourselves.
tee) 9 Cr.V,tel' and Chestnut sts. JAMES CUMMINGS Chicrof oriii M. N. SCOTT & BROTHER.
Fever ahid To amend an Ordinance, entitled c an Ordinance Dec :J3?
Agile. Owing to the great success and immense sale WARRANTED/ just received and for Cor. Water and Ctrlrests.
"
Shoes and Bro Saves
theca
BOOTS ans, by ; Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is unequalled) of Dr. Townsend's concerning &c.
Sarsaparilla, a number of .
Shoes and Buskins!! ; Cases of the Chills men Sec. 1. Be it ordained Iron, IVnilsc.
and Fever and Ague. The who were formerly our Agents, have commenced Nov 18 J ALLEN & Co.Dl'y by the Mayor and Council .
Men's, Boys and YouthN Brogan?: following letter i is only one of hundreds that we making Sarsapril Extracts, Elixirs, i qf the City of Apalachicola, That for and | '0 TONS Swede Iron 7''assorted size ;

a' u fine sew't\\ Brogans; have received from the South and West of like tracts of Yellow Dock &c. Dier.Ex. Goods. after the, first day of March next, if any owner 100 kegs Nails, do !
Men's pegged Boots; character. They genel'aly l put DRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs, of slave shall j caAk, ; \teeding
any keep, or be 4 Hoi assorted
itOsvegn up) in the sainrf shaped bottles, of cause to kept, :any i ? : ua1isie- :
4' fine sewed 13ot1 : Mich.\ Oct 22, 1847. them have stole and some Jeans, Flannels, Bla flsl ave in any house on any lot in this city, 2r) Blacksmith Steel Fawd nviu! ;
Russet Brogans. For sale hy: Dr. TownSend copied our advertisements, kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks, out white wih. o EnIistSiaAmeiiMnVi .
: Dear Sir-.I purchased for my they are only worthless imitations and having a man residing on the or To 1 HL! ,;
should be
Ginghams, Calicoes
B. ELLISON & CO., \\if two bottles of Sarsaparilla of your Agent: t, avoided. Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c.: shal suffer or permit any slave to occupy house Rf J.u;
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Cetnutst. Mr. McNair of Kalamazoo For vale by K. ELLISON & CO. lot in this 12 dozen Spqe? ? ,
to fry it for the Fever Principal Office, 120 FULTON Street, Sun Dec 9. Cor. any city, without having a white an ;
Water u
and 10
and Ague. Before I had finished the first Chestnut sts man residing on said lot, the Colins' Axes;
Building, N. Y.; Redding & Co., 8 State street, person so oftending)
Bagging: and Kopc. bottle it appeared to \\nrm the blood and every Boston ; Dyolt &, Sons, 132 North Second Cider. shal, on conviction, be fined five dollars for each if bxs [ am! Woolen Carifc;

000 PCS. superior Kentucky Bagging, other day, when the Chills and Fever appeared, Philadelphia; S. S. Hanc, Druggist, Baltimore street 50!:; BBL'5! Champagne, for sale by every day that such slave shal be So kept caseRowland'saq t Sleet} Mil Saws;
IW cnils" 6& u ;
lbs
Just Rope, they were less violent ; and before she had finished P. M. Cohen, Charleston Wright & Co., '151 Dec 30 B ELLISON l: Co. suffered or permitted-one half go to the pe' .- too Cast and German Steel, sale by
received ;
and for
sale
low for cash
or approved the bottle she was entirely relieved, and Chartersti son informing ; and it shall be the of WM. G. PORTER
street N. 0.; 105 South Pearl street, MEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints duty t the & CO.
paper, by she"a much better than she S- by t the Marshal to to the nr 30
had been before report Mayor the 41 Water
Albany; and by all the principal Druggists and baleand case, low for cash.fcy names of all street. .
NOURSE, STONE: & Co. she took the such slaves .
Ague. A lady that had! been Merchants as may be found -
very occupying or XS6of
generally the United B.
Fbl throughout States ELLISON & CO. living' anil Shoes.
JO Water street.- sick with the Chills and Fever, but had broke) West Indies and the Canadas. Dec 9. Gor. Water and on lots contrary to this ordinance. and Men's RussetBro
Baaiiig and tope. them with Quinine, and was left in a very weak For sale wholesale and Chestnut sts. Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That In case j BOy'S' ans j .

50 PCS. Kentucky ; 2J: bale! India; 103: coils and distressing state and troubled exceedingly reiai. by F. ABELL Tanners' ,OiK the owner of any slave found living on or occupying G n'fircaruns:8a;; ; ] : Rip Br"p"s'

Rope, for sals by with the Ague Cake, seeing the effect that it I had May 23, ISIS 19-lv Apalnchicola., F OR sale! by a lo.t contrary to this ordinance, shall be a Vionresident m's r 'd and sew'd Shoes '

Jan 11 C A GREEN &. Co. on my \\ife, she sent and procured a few bottles, :_ Del 30 R ELLISON & Co. n of this city, on such fact being i reported Super Ladies'( Kid and ; Chuldren'do. *
Morocco
and it restored her in a few weeks to Complete( Dry Goods. Wood .Ware, &c. 'I to the Mayor by said Marshal, or other Ladies'coarse Shoes;
r Super
Buck\VIieaf. health. Your Sarsaparilla is without doubt HE subscribers offer for sale a large and s Covers Painted I person; he shall issue!! his and fine Calf BooN'
i unequalled rain BARREL Pails, Tubs Flour precept to the Marshal 1, | A large and
20 BAGS ; 25: kegs: new Buckwheit.just received in diseas 'incident to the West, aiid if J. sonable of stock'of Dry Goods, consisting Trays, Axhelves, Buckets, commanding hii forthwith to remove said slave by extensiveassortraenUust'sndforsale G i ier. irr
and (or sale by think that this part found W.f PORTER CO:
you communication will be of 1 useyou Brooms, &c. &c. for sale by so lvin occupying as aforesaid ; and t thesaid 30 .
4-Jan 11 C A Gln EN& Co. arc at liberty to use it as you choose. Negro Kerseys and Linseys, B. ELLISON & Co. Marshalshal be allowed therefor the sum Del 41 Water street.
White and fad"Flannels Henry's
Yours, respectfully, Dec 9. Cor. of Magnesia,
For Sale. Water and Chestnut. sis. paid by the owner of said
CHARLES H. SWAIN r Bangups and Tweeds, :__. slave, and for which execution ,
PIRKINS of r-ijcnor: Butter, of Latbam's may i issue on I the .
i HHDSSt.
25 Dairy." x Canker in the Mouth. Super plain black and fancy Casameres, 5 Croix Sugar; judgment j of Mayor's Court ; and any such slave BULLS, SarSaparila.
Super English and 15 do New Orleans c m
French Cloths
Dec 2S NOUR3E, STONE & Co. Below is an account of another child saved. ( Sugar found offending against said ordinance a second fluid extrit of Sar DaifY's
Dr. Whiney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs. 20 bbls St Croix u time, conviction t'eived t re-
Townsend's Sarsaparilla has saved the livesof shal on before the and for sale by
O.ljl1abtlf#;' thousands of children. The following I two Blankets,8, !and 10 qrs. :bxs Stewart's Loaf Court, liable to be punished by Mayor: : _Feb_ 17
/GEORGIA Marseilles Quilts, 9, and 12 ) hhIs ground rig, H ABELL.
( and Liwell 10,11 with
Onaburgs always on> certificates are selected from a great number qr? not less than ten nor more than
VJT hand; at the lowest rate: by this week. receivsd Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades, 100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java l lashes. thirt.nine Soaps. -

Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co. New York April 1, 1S1 r. Cotton Brown Shirting and Sheeting, 40 50 bxs" Aromatic Mnft'd Tobacco; Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That this ordinance XX A received LARGE assortment of Toilet Soaps, just{
Osnaburgs do and for sale
Georgia Osnaburgs, Dr. Townsend : Dear Sir-One of my children Cotton O" ; shall not be deemed or ,held toj apply rto DecO by

FOR sile by HENRY YOUNGS, was: very sick with a Canker in the Mouth and Linen and Drilling Cotton and Checks Ticking, 1 100 basis Sperm Shot Candles 50 ; 50 bxs brownSoap; any slave living on any lot adjoining, or within _. HF A BF.L
Powder
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Throat, attended with ; kegs ; one hundred yards of the
29 I f>3 Water street great debility. It came Irish Linen 1000( I lbs Lead : residence of the owner; Apples.
:_ near dying. I obtained some of your excellent] Shirting and Sheeting; ; hirer, or person actually employing said slave. ;" Newtown '
JLard. medicine, and it cured it directly for which il Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, 200 ke White Lead, No. 1,Extra and Pure. Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That it shall A fEWfbtls?by Pippins, new crop

20)KEGS: new leaf, for sale bv assure you I feel very grateful. English, French and American Prints, Dec,forsalehy WM. G. PORTER & CO. not be lawful for any owner of any slaves to I hiie| ,I Jan 11 C A GREEN Co

Jan 11 C A GRE5N' & Co.' Yours, respectfully, Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, 30 41 Water street. or lotto such slave his or her and that
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Super Cashmere tme. any i
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Wooden W&ii'e. IELIZABETH FOWLER, 27 Desbrossesst.FUsl Extra .oaf Sugar. such person so offending liable to hel Indian Elixir. ..
Muslin
BRASS bound Cedar Pail Painted Buckets, Fits Fits English super, Scotch and de American Laine, do. 2000 LBS. Steam Refined, for sale by said city in the penaly' one hundred dollars: WOODRUFFS Indian Elixir, a certain cttV /,

Buckets Hickory and Corn Brooros.lor Dr. Townsend. not having tested his Sarsaparilla Super Italian black and Dec 29 D B WOOD. one-fourth of penalty. (when collected) to lor chllls and fever, for sale by

4 sale by [Jan I 11] C A GREEN & Co.Storage I. Iji cases of Fits, of course never recommended Black Silk Cravats and fancy figured Hkfs Silks, 1.01, Nails, Steel, &c. _: I: go Sec.to the 5. informer.Be it -Febl JC ALLEN &e

4 r it, and surprised to receive the following Super English and Pongee Silk TONS Sweeds, American and further ordained, That the n lag- f3nuulf.
from 30 English I ters of all slaves used ',
IN Fire Proof Store No. 21 Water street, by Westchester an intelligent and respectable Farmer in English and American Cotton Hks, Iron, assorted sizes; ]laundresses, or for other as public porters,laborer. SCOTCH and Macax! >y, in bottles and blad'

Nov2 D. B. WOOD. county : Madras and Verona head Hkfs, 30 dozen Brade's Hoes; from the public uses, shall receive received and for sale by
.:_ Fordhara, August 13, 184 7. Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose 20 dozen Crown do ; Clerk of the City a license for Feb 17 .
HF ABELL-
such
rpHOMPSONIAN} Medicines, (or sale by Dr Townsend: Dear Sir-I have a little girlseven Super Satin, Marseilles & Worsted 10 dozen Shovels and Spades; purpose, for which an, annual fee of fivp ,

JL Feb 1 JCALLFN&Cc, I. years of age, who has been several years Cotton and Flax Thread, Vestings. 100 kegs Nails assorted sizes; dollars to the shall be.paid, four dollars of which shal Drugs and Medicines..

CofTec. afflicted with Fits; we tried almost everything Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins, 500 Ibs Cast and German Steel j go that it shall city and one dollar to the Clerk ; THE subscriber has just received from : 'i'J,
I for her, but without success; at last,although Jaconet and 20 doz Collin's be the doty of.the Clerk issuing per brig -Virginia
SACKS KIO. landing and for sale by we Cambric Muslins, Axes, Georgia and Kentucky license, to give slch rk ; a ,tatge.ana mstock I
200 could find no recommendation in our circulars for Needles Pins pattern a badge having pfinted the number of and Medicine
Nor 18 D B WOOD. Tape, &c. &c. ; of Drug and all
the
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__ :__ cases like hera, we thought, as she was in i very Which have been selected with great in 2 boxes Cotton Cards ; license granted for any or all of the usually k ,his line,J to which he

Brushes. delicate health, we would give her some of your New York and Boston.from Importersand care 4 do Coffee Mills; purposes herein named, in legible characters sand pectlulty call (the attention of, Ma

HAIR,Hat, Clothes, Teeth,Nail and Shaving Sarsaparilla, and are very glad we did, for it: notre Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates Agentsof ,' and 10 kegs 5 and 6 inch Spikes ;for sale by spicuous which is to be worn by the slave upon a con, ; t heiiblic generally. I8nd:1
for sale by only restored her strength, but she has had : part of his person ; and an ov4 ; -
no are now offered wholesale or retail on favorable C., A. .GREEN, Co. owner of ,any H F 'Lt"
slave
Feb II F ABELL. turn of the Fits to .against the '. .-. '"
24 our great: pleasure and sur- terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. _Dec 23 52 Water offending provisions of this sec "
'- prise. She la fast becoming rugged and hearty, Dec. 301817. 41 Water street_ tion, e suBject to aipenalty of ten dollars, Seeds Seeds Seeds I

Fresh Herbs. for which we feel grateful. street.___ New Dry Goods. one-halfwhen collected go to the informer. GARD Seeds, just'received"and'for salebf

SAGE! Thyme,Summer Savory,BonesetHoar-' Yours, respectfully, Wistar's and Wayne's Balsam AUSTIN & LONG, successors to J. Stevenson( Sec. 6. Be I furthet ordained, That all 'o di. '4, H P ,

Catnip, &c, just rec'd, and for sale by JOHN BUTLER, Jr.I of Wild Cherry, ,just opening at the old stand,'corner nances her re' passed, with thisrordmance -- ABEu I

-Ja_ J ALLEN & Co.' Female Medicine. JUST received and for dale by :. of Water and Chestnut streets, an entire new be and}the same conflicting HATS and Capilythecaselowfocashb7 r J

Dr. Townsend's 11 J. C. ALLEN & Co. stock of DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS,,&C..to Passed by Council,'30th Janu hereby.repeled. B. ELLISON '& CO. .
Lemon !yrup. Sarsaparilla: is a sovereign and :__ which they invite the attention ,of the former J. S. HUTCHINSON 1849.. Dec 9. 'Cor..Water and Chetn4lt'i_ I ,
RAVS superior Lemon received speedy cure for Incipient, Cotton Hooks MayO --
,just Consumption Barrenness
syrup customers of the old firm
I and the WM. VALLEAU -
and for sale by. Prolapsu Uteria, or Falling of the ,Worr>bt FOR sale by public ,,Clerk.Hydrostatic Blre Seeds. f

V.b'n' H ABELL._I.__ Costiveness, Piles, Leucorrhcea, '6r 1 Whites, i>b.stracteiJ 1 C A GREEN & Co. ""ApalachicolaNov.lt'1848.. 43-Cm' i 100( .LBSv. Canaiy'Seed: ,just n<
; or difficult :_ :, Note Ink Fountain. frorn1ivana for sale tt
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Menstruation. by
Incontinenceof ,
TTITOODRUFFS ,Anti-bHious Pills, for sale by I Urine, or involuntary''' discharge thereof and Snuffs.. and Pape.-Note Paper: for.. i A FEW Hydrostatc Ink Fouutains, Pen Racks, Mach K'T" .'J5'AtLENtBoots & c._::.
and .PERFOiATED : | jt\. .
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VYIeb1. J ALLEN & Co. for the general prostration of the pystemno SCOTCH Macohoy. just rec'd, for sal le'by' ; Pap r Folders, Stamps, Seals, ', '. ;
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j. Paper
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: ALLEN &:-Co. Dec 9 J ALLEN' Clasps, 'Velght &c.for'saleby" an.Slo.
& Co. SALE
Nov 18 J .'* FOR by the ,
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