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"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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Commercial advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048473/00154
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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: April 19, 1849
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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ST"he Leaditig Periodical Iff America.
,kRo)Slff! CHEAPEST! BEST!!! I % '
20- .'8i tt., Anj,*.. raV,- For 1849. D1
I eaci h oaltEdite Dedicated Stothe Ladies of the United States,
-_ Edited by SARAH J. HALE, .
T bii unrivalled Family Magazine, universally GRACE GREENWOOD,
S.cknowleded by the Press as the BEBT American and L. A. GODEY. B
P, t : f iodical published,aofbers at the commence- A Novelette by MISS E. LESLIE, who con-
i ent of the 3d' voblm u uiwial inducements to tributes to every No.
subscribers Its features hereafter will be en- N. P. WILLIS' Original.Scriptural Poetry.
tirely American, including, T. S. ARTHUR, who contributes to every No., -
'.ERICAN TALES, illustrative of Crooine's Sketches of American
SM. ERICA.N TALES, We intend merely to give a notice of our inten-
Se AMERICAN SKETCHES. tions for next .year. leaving to others long adver-
k feri 9.Eagravitts,'from the Paintings of tisements-" full of sound and fury, signifying
n our best tftists, including Cole,Gignoux, Durand, .nothing."
.. ....1,ti .- L YJ'i'U~U 'rraratib AgreeabiyT6 tfie praet4e.of last year;Ahe pub-.
"dnil the facile pencil ol the iniini t.,bTe' .R fisher will issue as good a number each moQnth as
S i 1 now actively engaged in enriching Holden he does in January. This is a novel feature in
Switch his porluaitlt of tihe Public .Men of Ame- Magazine publishing. During the whole of last
.-rica. year he gave more engravings and more reading
The PORTIIruTS op DISTINGUIsHED AMERI- matter than any of his contemporaries, and will
?VL' .AN I)thvuisa.will be continue din every No., as continue todoso nextyear. Those who subscribe
heretofore, with life-like sketches ot their lives to GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK, may do so under
.jid ministry Each No. will bhe filled with the assurance that they will receive more for
TILES, POEMS, 1SS-. VS, their money in the Magazine alone, than by sub-
REVIEWV, SIETTCUHES, scribing to any other work. To this is added
T.i.l V*SL q TTOAVS, and included in the same $3, the LADY'S DOL-
TOPICS OF T"IiS IOVrTr, LAR NEWSPAPER, which contains in one
a21: -vill wnilrai!:c everything A.,niuing, Ins.true- month nearly, if not quite as much reading mat-
Livea, nrl R..:l1" A I l 5b ii pii t'A'1., il'h \.,ld. ler as the other monthlies, making for $3, the ,,
SAs a Family M a ,Faixie, the Editor is; contide!lt amount of reading of two magazines a month. C
.hat no rivalry cin af-o-t, ,r opposition lessenl i!.t 'i'ia;: ARE PECULIARITIES about Godey's La- C
value and worth, ald he offers it to the world as, day's Book for the ladies that no other -Magazine C
in tone, character, literary merit,and illustrative possesses. There is a Mezzotint and Line En-
ba'uty, graving in each number-both by the bast artists.
T:e tlbeOil lhagazit e.! [n addition to these, there are given monthly
6 5) TiF, NINrEI'iEN'TH ENTURY i whit ,,b other magazine giVes--a Colored Fash-
No fTaily in tha land can afford to be without ion Plate, with a full description This feature
CHolden in its circle; for when such a perio,.ical is peculiar toGodey, as no other work has them
'ca' be':b'iaint'd ,na r I'or the trinf ut every month and colored. Then there are Caps,,
O.1E 6OLLAbl ,. Bonnet, Chemisettes, Equestrianism for La-
who who will %it \vi il to lutbsci;ibe?- .. dni, wvth Engravings. The Ladies' Work Ta-
lare real f*atlIr' of MHlden is, that, w'ile ble, with desi'gls for knitting, netting, crotchet,
"being per:eultd rlq A',rican in sentiment aa-l and all other ..kinds, of work. Patterns for
t'eeling, it galktr- and e:inodies all the beautirs qruoking Caps, Chair Covers, Winfido"w Ciirtgins,
"'of t^he realht. Pi"t,/s' aid .amneric.i Periodi- D)'Ovle's, Purses, Bags, &c., &c. Health and
"c'*",. wi.e 'di' riirS their follies and vice's. Beauty, with Engravings. Model'Cottages, with
A I co)ntiw o0 tr0 l,?,cy. ,'opfrdia, the Ga"t-, .ground plans, and other engravings, always illus-.
:teer,,. the Ai'lnrte.lv.W Ri c'w, ate th W.e.lkly trative of something useful. Music, beautifully
""' JVewaper, it is yrt syparateia'ld distinctfri:;i printed on tinted paper, which may be taken odut
iVll but e pose ^'sin enugh of their various, qual- arid bound. Colored Modern Cottages and Colored
.'.t icatiorns to cO'w1i-nl itse/J to every reader. t'l.'iver Pieces occasionally. These are all extra
,The ojdect ot t;ie Etit,,r. hS e t iv',) av-i f in. Godly, and to be found in no other Magazine. f
Taz.s DILLH 'Ir".`.ZijtC' A o.oNE .TIt.et These Were all given. tast year, 'and will be con-
-' V .h .l al a~;ice at l-,id1n'si will show the tinued. In addition, we shall have in every No.,
a result' 'Now,V ie o'ily ajsk thIie support of the one of -'. .,
)nnut, a Ir t~ri> will give im )rove- "CRlD E'S SKETCHES OF AMERICAN
merits a they ar( donan^.ld., Ci.. C ARCTERISTICS,"
SN') v .- t,'' tiim to .t t cri'he, as thq;e k f.'st 'arntsi'ng series, now first given to the
-,aii 'fiist will r:rC..ive th' first imPiressions of Ainericin public. These will be illustrated in
.. .te e'IPNrvi 'l6e uN 'scri rbet Ihir',iied ro)! evcrv No. by a Story from the powerful pen of T.
Julyv. 183, it* ^,1ied by si'4cribers-that in)th S. Arthur, Esq.,..
CJ);:tlIICIO.n Itt-, ? itpravnii vollit. 1'T;IE CHANGES OF fASH[I N,"
r,,,.I3 FOR tl 19--(IN ADVANCE.) llul'strated by Fay Robinson, isq This series F
co"p,. Y. 0 e Year......4... 1.3 0 .)will he very interesting to the ladies.
S copies .;. ... ..*.......... ... t I THE APPLICABILITY OP THE FINE
Scopes ............ ................15 A I'S TO DOMESTIQC USES,".
p EX'?JtUf1ji ;1 T ...1s another series of Engrravings now in prepara-:
SP.)t natters, or others, di 2') naies and tiori.id will le published during the year.
1 i .1,lltr.., will receive Vol.I if Holid..din's NfitM- CO rrPAGE FURNI:FUrE. IF .
S in i evi given so ma'ry Modl Cottages, we intend
Ale Q Ae'.id, nag rvW toi crnm,..e the publication of Cottage
C. IRLE F W. HWfDEN., ilirniturc-a very necessary appendage to a
1.)9 N.x iOu-sireet, N. Y. Cottage.
P. 3. .litors c,p'i:If a) tC -osects RELIGION AND HISTORY.
thiS i the di Our ,su;,crior Artists, Walters, Tucker', Pease
.nrialli, will hae e ,itled to tilhe ,'. vo-.d l hneof' :arL Weich, are now engaged upon a set of plates
ll it i b11 1' ll'zine h;t'rl el hlouid in "ui illustrative of thee two subjects.
a,nd ilt-ad,,r-2, anrd in ail liL, n a meodid OUk MUSIC.
ei t 'ravin, o. ttt-'d pa' f, Hrwe Preparoei 'expressly for its -mostly original, and
,GreeivE lit6r of' tOe New York T'ribune, dr iwo h*autil'ully printed, has long commanded a deci-
.fnn i'e by Darley., and eerave,l by Riehard- de- prefei'ence over that of any other Magazine.:
"on. Tie hbook will be mailed to such papers It ik a feature in The Book.
about I 15th af .Janhlry, when it w)ll he ready, THE LITERARY CHARACTER OF GO-
ion the recepti'ah of a paper cotitai',,ig thea der-: DEY'S LADY BOOK.
tieme.nt ate cpotice marked. Editors cpin' With siich writers as Miss Leslie, Grace Green-
t'is and noticing monthly will a lo receive the wood, W. .G: Simms, Mrs .Ellet, T. S. Arthur.,
S .M- zi'e eahmnth for f.th, ,omi' veer. Mrs. E. Oakes Smith, Mrs. J. 0. Neal, H.'T.
.. Tucklerman, H. W. Herbert, &c., the author of
UNI TED STATE3 the Widow Bedott, Professor Frost, Bryant, Long-.
"- W1 lellac Cleothbiig WmWarOcliouSe, fetllw, Holmes-and a host of others-must .I-:
WV)s take'the lead in literary merit. -
..LEWV IS R& iiANF' ," TERMS: .: ,. a
s '- For Three Dollars we will send the Lady's -
It... NSn. -3,2 216 P L -'ali S*treet B.i,,k, cuotainiinri more reading than any other
'(Between Ftlfton-st and Burling Slip,) monthly,.and the Lady's Dollar Newspaper, pub-
S j'YEW YQRK ....: 'Oisbed li'.ce a month, which contains as much'
S .. A AOF leT"r1i i in t .fiivy of the $') peri,,dicalsof the day-.
SON AND T maing three publications in one month, or if the
CLOT IrVNl 3- siubs-:ri),r prefers the Iolloi ting splendid engrav-
.'i Tit ins{a to Ihe Lad\'s Dollar Newspaper, (although
'. NIT E D S TA ES. we would not advise it, as engravings cannot be
'.dapted to te Soutli>ern and .Southwestern Mar- sent through the mail without being crushed or
S t creased,) we will send the beautiful plate con-
kets !.1 training the portraits of Harriet Newell, Fanny
I: In the article of Forrester,: Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Ann H. Judson
sII rs AND DRl AWERS, and Mrs. E :B. Dwight, and (he plates of Christ"
We keep an endless variety. Weeping over Jerusalem, The Opening of the
We kee an endle variety. Sepulchre, -Deliverance of St. Peter, and The
'ALIOTRE MOST ETpNSiVE MA.NUFACTURERS oF Rebuke. lIpreforredtptheNewhpaper or plates,
r6IL 'tiLOTIsINGZ we wilt setd Miss Lehlie's Noveliof Amelia, and
A\r ND :- any three a Mrs. Grey's or Miss Picklering's po-
pular novels.
.jp|B G'eV .l... ATS For Five Pfllars we wfll send two copies of
,K in .he World i "the Lady's.'Book, and a set of the plates to each
*Plain arnd'Fasf~se; able Clotring, of al kinds. subscriber. .
L S & HANFORD, ForTen Dollars we will send five copies of
E I N 2 & 26 PeHANFORDl st the Lady's Book, and a copy to' the person send-
'. "-c,,1~ 48-3m ing the Clb, and a set'ot platesto each. .
Fo-r Twenty Do'lars, eleven copies of the Book
-' -- LQO 6 AIL CL OT I S. and a set of Plates to each subscriber, and a copy
.. r of the Book to the person sending the Club.
"lbro; Hoyt & CO'. For OaeDollar we will send the Lady's Book
.72 John-Shreet, 4 months, and for 25 cents any one No. Postage
ARE now receiving into Slee from their Fac- to be paid on all orders GD
A tories, at Elizabeh-Town J., a variety -dr:, 13 Chestnut street,'Philaada. -
'of new and original patterns of .,With any newspaper giving the above a few
Heavy'l Fi6or Oil Cloths, insertions wo will exchange.
io widths of 18, 21 and 24 feet. They are also TCOODRUFF'S Worm Specific, i r sale bv
cetiV.i from the Albany, Lansingburg; and T Deb 1F J C ALIfEN & Co.
'tiica Fatoriea, in sheets of 18 feet in width, a C I
ames as9WtthiaBn, etlbrcinT,. many new patterns TTOODRUFF'S Composition Pow'der, Inr sale
'of their VV by [Fehl-] J C ALLEN & Co.

Ielle umua floor Oil Clethi, White Lead.
Also, from the Newburg, Albany, Lansing- 'TO. I Extra and Pure, just rec'd, for sale by
.'zrg, Utica and Maite FaCtories, every variety L.:iJ-an25 .., JTC ALLEN &, Co.
pf pirtorns manufacturing by theiO, of their 4-4th, Note Papt'r.
t .4th, 6-4th', 7-4th, g-4th and 12 feet wide : ERFORATED and Embossed Note Paper for
: LIght Floor Oil Cloths, I, sale by .EN A .
.' 'AMahokany, Rboewood and figured 44 Dec J C ALLEN & Co-
', ';4 and 6-4th Enihlih', Germain nd" American ilkw heAti
Alsloa e Celothas. : to BAGS; 25 kegs new Buckwheat, just re.
[Also, a great variety of new patterns of ceived, and for sale by
.Carrnage Oil lot : Jan 11 C A GREEN& Co.
All of which 'they offer to the trade on liberal \Y'S Linament, for sale by
ter&.. J Feb 1 J C ALLEN & Co.
SJan.2.: I9. -4. jan25 52-3m o a Os
Georigia Osnaburg,
;i 'HrMPSoNiANq, Medicines, for sale by- TOR sale by HENRY YUUNGS,
Feb I 31 C ALLEN & Co. F -Dec29 53 Water street.
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1WUflLJ1U5 iiL9.uj5.M.

Wm. G. Porter & Co.
No. 41 Water street,
Dec 80 Apalachicola, Fa.
i. k. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
No. 46 Water street,
Dec 12 V, Apalachicola, Fla.
Locilhart & Young,
*i No. 53
nov21 X itachicola, Fla
f.- lrper & Holuese
also -:
.Agents Jf" the
of the C'ity of JVrew Yorkj.,' 4 <
No. 51 Water street, .
Pec 1" Apalachicola, Fa.

J. Day & Co.,6-. :
No. 52 Water street, ;:"
Dec 2 Apalichicola, Fa.
0i- Agents for LLOYDS ; also, Agents tor the
' 2Etna Insurance Co." the "Protection Insurance
0o." and the "Hartord Insurance Co." Hartford

Wood d& Ballou,
Office No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Wylte & McKenszie,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1847. palachicola, Fa.
S. & J. Scluiffei.
1N- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
Nov. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.

H. F. Abell,
S OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Also-A general assortment of Statindry.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
April 11 A',alachicola, Fa.

SBenjamuin Salter,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1, 1847. Apalachicola, Fla.
B. S. Hliawley,
No. 28 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
'A very & Jones,
No. 43 Water.street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
B. Ellisoni & Co.,
Cor: Water and Chestnut sts.
Dec 9 Apalachicola, Fa.
V[M'Calla & Ro1 main,
No. 9 Columbus Block.
Nov. 18 Apalachicola, Fla.

Underwood & Caigh,
Apalachicola, Fa.
,p- All orders attended to with punctuality
and despatch. Jan. 20
1I. N. Scott & Brother,
HATS, &c.,
Cor. Water and. Centre-streets,
Dec 23 Apalachicola, Fa.
- Sims & Cheever,
Office No. 36 Water street.
dec23 Apalachicola, Fla.

- Edward MeCully,
No. 28 Water street'.
Nov'- l -Apalachicola, Fa.

H., Tayior,
:No. 22 Water stret, -
Dec 29. '48-6m:* Apalachicola, Fa.
Henry Youngs,g
No. 53 Water street,
Dec "291 Apalachicola, Fa.

Farrior & fmIcCully,
S81 Gravier street, 1
Dec 28 New Orleans.

Jno. S. llALtchlinsoa,
No. 2.Columbus Block,, S
Apalachicola; Fa.
'J- Advances made on all consignments if re-
quired. -- Nov. 25-,1849.

24 Water-st., .
Wov 18 Apalachimola, Fa.

Austin & Long,

NoV 11

No. 45 Water-street,
Apalachicola, Fa.

H. Hull & Co,0
No. 48 Water street, .
Jan 24 ApALACHfc-LAI, FA,
S. 111. Nickerson,
'... HATS, CAPS, &c.,
No. 1 Columbus Block, ,

Apalachlcels, N.ti

*- W. A. ''I"P. C. Kain,
No. 4 Columbus Block,
Liberal advances made on consignments
pf Cotton to their friends in Liverpool, Glasgow,
New York and Philadelphia.
Jan. 11, 1849.

CLarles Rogers : Eugene W. Rogers.'
Chas. Rogers & Co.,
Water street,

Dec 9

.Apallchicola, Fa.

N. J. Debtlois.
No. 44 Water-street,
Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa.

A. N 1IcKay & Co.
No. 40 Water-street,
Dec 15 Apalachicola, Fa.
.J. C. Alien & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Chemicals, Glue, Indigo, Glass and Putty; For-
eign and Domestic Drugs, White Lead, Var-
nish, Dye-Woods, Spirits Turpentine,
Patent Medicines, Congress Water,
French Chemicals, &c. &c.
A general assortment of.
cor. of Chesnut & Commerce streets,'
Jan 18 Apalachicola, Fla.

Commission aiud Auction Room,
J. B. STARR & Co.
We having received a tull share of the patro-
nage from the Merchants of Apalachicola last
season, will feel thankful for the same'in our line
of business t, e coming winter.
Eufaula, Ala., Nov. 14, 1848. 45-tf

Eufaula Auction and cominnis-
sion HoFuse,
S. .BY
Thankful for the patronage hitherto received
from the Merchants of Apalachicola, he would
respectfully solicit a continuance of their Iavors.
Euraula, Ala., Oct. 27, 1848. 42-s

jProfeasfonal Nottces.

C May be found at'his residence, corner of
Cp,-te--i -i-t4- +e, egtrotpoi-e Wtie- Mansion
House. Nov S'.
W. G. 191. Davis,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
above 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 willalso-
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.

A. G. Senimcs,
3-" Office, XNo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.

IN hf. and qr. bbls. just reci.ved and for sale by
Jan 11 C AVGREEN & Co.

Yellow Potatoes.
100 BBLS. in fine order, tor sale by
I Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.

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

Goshen Butter.
Q)O' KEGS Hamilton's Dairy, 6f a superior
20 quality, for sale by :-
:Jan 11 C A GREEN:.& Co.

Smolked Tongues,
F OR sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.
W INER'S Canadian Vermifuge, for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL;

Rio Coffee.
5( SACLS prime green, new crop, just re-
received, and for'sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.-

Tarrant's Componnd Extract of
Cubebs and Copaiva,
'[UST received and for, sale by,. .; ',
JJan 25 J. C. ALLEN & 'Co.

Paints, Oils, &c.
L AMP and Linseed Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Turpentine, Lampip Black, Red and. Yellow
Ochre, ground in oil, Prussian Blui,. ParisGreen,
Virdigris,just received per schr Palladium, and,
'for sale by .
Jan 25 J C ALLEN & Co.

For Sale.
M2 AHOGANY Counting House Deskq. Ap-
ply to : B. S.-HAWLEY, -
-.Nov 25 C,lumbus Block. ;
1 MARBLE Top Centre Table,
I -1 French Bedstead and Bedding, '
1 Dressing Bureau, marble top,
Sdbouble marble top Washa Stand.
The abpve Furniture has only been iin use a
few months, and will be sold low. Apply to
Jai tS J. DAY & Co.

B OOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by thecase;
Women's Shoes and Buskins;
AMen's, Boys and Youth's. Brogans; :
fine sew'dBrogans;
Men's pegged Boots;
fine sewed Boots; .
Russet Brogans. For sale by
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Cnestnut sts.

)ARAB DANCING.-The dinner having been
devoured to the last fragment, dancing .sc-
ceeded. Some scruples had, to be over-
come before the women would join, as there
were other tribes, besides their own, pre-
sent ; and when at length, by the exertions
of Mr. Hormuzd Rassam, this difficulty was
overcome, they made up different sets.-
Trhose who (lid.not take an active share in
the amusements seated themselves in the
grass, and formed a large circle around the
dancers. The Sheikhs remained on the so-
fas and divans. /The dance of the Arabs,
the Debke, as it is called, resembles in some
respect th't of the Albaniai,s, and those who-
perfomh in it are scarcely less vehement'in
their gestures, or less extravagant ip their
.excitement, than those wild mountaineers.
They form a circle, holding one another by
the hand, and, slowly moving round at first,
go through a sldlffling step with their feet,
twisting their bodies into various atitudes.
As the music quickens, their movements
are more active ; they stomp with their feet,
yell their war-cry, and jump as they hurry
round the musicians. The motions of the
women are not without grace; but as they,
insist on wrapping themselves in their coarse
cloaks before they join in the dance, their
forms, which the simple Arab shirt so well
displays, are entirely concealed. When
those who formed the Debke were com-
pletely exhausted by their exertions, they
joi-ed the lookers on, and seated themselves
on the ground. Two warriors of different
tribes, furnishewNvith shields and drawn sci-
mnitars, then entered the circle and went
through the sw;ord darce. As the music
quickened, the excitement of the performers
increased. The bystanders at length were
obliged to interfere, and to deprive the com-
batants of their weapons, which were re-
placed by stout staves. With these they
belaboured one another unmercifully to the
great enjoyment of' the crowd. On every
successful hit, the tribe to wvhieh the one
who dealt it belonged set up their war-cry
and shouts of applause, whilst the women
deafened us with the shrill i thalehl," a
noise made by a combined motion of the
tongue, throat and hand, vibrated rapidly
over the mouth. W-hen an Arab or a Kurd
hears the tahlehl he almost loses his senses
through excitement, and is ready to commit
any desperate act. A -pirrty of Kurdishl jes-
ters from the molintains, entertained the
Arabs, uvth performances and imitations
more amusing then refined. They were re-
ceived with shouts of laughter. The dances
were kept up by the light of the moon, the
greater part of the night.-Layard's Nine-
vah and its Remains.

DAU&BTi:RSs -net no father im^Batiently-
look for sons. He may please himself with
the 'itea of boldness and masculine energy
and niartial achievements ; but ten to one
he will meet with little else-than froward-
ness, reckless imperiousness and ingrati-
tude.--"Father, give me the portion that
falleth to me," was the imperious dernand
of the prodigal who had been indulged from
childhood. The case is the representati6n
of thousands. Different is the case of the
daughter-she clings like the rose leaf about
the stem to, the parent home. and the pa-
rental heart ; she watches the approving
smile, and deprecates the slightest shade
on the brow ; she wanders not on forl,iihlen
grounds; wrings nao the heart at home
with her doubtful midnight absence; wrecks
not the hopes to which early promises have
given birth-nor paralyses the soul ihat
doats on the chosen -object-,wherever the
son may wander in search of a fortune or
prfiasra, there, is the daughter within ihe
sacred temples of ihomie, the vestal virgin oi'
its -inniermost sanctuary,; keeping alive the
flame of domestic aff'ecilon, and blessing
that existence of which herself is a part.
TITLES.-Editor W;;rlanrd,'of the Low-
ell Courier, speaking of nanies, tells a good
story about a corporal in one of the-regi-
ments, in Mexico, who. when ilie roll was
called, refused to answer to the name of
"Et ienezer Mead." '";he -,fficer repealed
the call. No answer.: I' EbenezerMead
on' the ground?" said-the indignant official.
".Eben Mead is heie." quoth the corporal.
"Why 1l6n't you answer, you rascal. Eb-
enezer Mead i" My name i simply Eb-
en Mead;." The "- Ehenezer" was repeated
tigait, in a tdbeuilike a sm.ill north-wester.
"Captain." quoth the ramruprni corporal,
"you call me6Ebenezer. Your name is
Peter Read ; would you respond if you
were called Peter-sneezer Read?" He
was take n to the guard-house, tried for
contempt; and deprived of his warrant.
INFLUENCE OF A SMILE.--It is related in
Ihe life of acelehr,,ted maiheimaiician, Wn.
lHutlon, that a respectable looking country-
woman called upon bhim one day, anxious to
speak with him. She told him, with an
air of secrecy, that her husband behaved
unkindly to her, and sought other company,,
frequently passing his evenings froni home,
which made her feel extremely unhappy,
and knowing Mr. Hutton to-be a wise man,
she thought he might be able to tell her
how she could manage to' cure her bus-
The cause was a -common one, and he
thought he could prescribe for it without
losing his reputation as a Conjuror. "The
remedy is a simple one," said he, and I
have' never known it to'fail. Always meet
your husband with -a smile."
The woman expressed ,her thanks, drop-
ped a curtesy and w-ent away. A few
months afterwards she-waieul on Mr. Hui
ton, with a couple of fin fhwlsa. which she
begged him to accept. :She itld him. while
a tear of joy- and grattiude glistened in her
eye, that she had Ifollowed his advice, and
her husband was cured. He no longer
sought the company of others, but treated
her with constant love and kindness.

"I-- i~,- -s.f.^. ^ f*o u I A*^.f&*rh m r> rtnio* nm VArirli niurnitf

No man can be both accuser "d judge.
The accused is not guilty'till he'be con-
victed. '"

TOPLOrTICAL.--A- countryrit exchange,
speaking of the death of a youfgtgetiNemau
of that vicinity, says :-" He prtfiised fair
to became a bright and shining rAbbment
to this vegeialtle world." ':i
"FREE MASOSs." said an.-inqJasitive
ennihis, "'are always good-naored, and I
should like to, know the reasou.'.'. ".Vhy,"
replied a Royal Arch," "' when we are inor
itiaiedI, they heat the gridire'oihort, that
it takes all the temper out ot' ns.%: .

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ACCoMPLlsHMErNTs.--.t is the :grand de.
feet of. the scie'ace of fertiale education ih'
this country that it is too much the science
of mere behavior.: t aimsa oo mctt -at
mere accomplishmentts, neglects thi iwhiich
is lastingly useful, and tends to produce ar
heartless, artificial character.' It is 'trie
there-are- endless "'ologies" in which ihe
ladies now delight; plenty of arts and scien-'
ces which fashion insists they must be
taught, and of dialect ;which they love to
.patter.; but it is for show, not for service,
we fear, that these things are learned. With
all our respect for them we must say we
deem the moulding of the heart, the educa-
tion of the character, to be infinitely mrt*e
imlaortant. The mothers of' the mql,3cel6e
brated men have been far-more reiinrkabte /
for strength of charatiar than far geoius or .
acquirement-a si rerigih of chaicter 'which
is no-t incornpatible with femidiieo softness
of feeling. This education of character
does not at all preclude intellectual educta
tion; we only ask that women i-,ould learn
to use their minds as well as their memories,
and'the heart keep up that comnmunicatioa
with the head, which in modern belles, iss 'a
irregular as the transmission of the mails."
All systems, however, by which young
women are taught tq move their limbs ac-
cording to the rule of art, to enter a room
with a studied diffidence, and to seat them-
selves in a chair wi.th-measuresd action and
studied grace, should be utterly exploded;
for they are only calculated -to keep per-
petually to their minds the' degraditig idea
that they are preparing for the great market
of the world. Real propriety of demeanor
springs only from the mipd'; fashionable
schools teach but its coUn eifeii,t while they
forbid to be ingenuous. In such places the
whole of early life is spent in getting rid of
nature, and in the acquirement of artifice;
till the heart and mind are no more, like
that for which they were fist intended, than .
the tree which some laborious cit: has train-
ed into the h:;i'pe of a peacock is like that
which has grown up in all-the vigorous lux-
uriance of. its native forest. Some minds
there are by nature so strong and elastic as
to rebound from the pressure of- such an
education into the irgion of n;iiurli enti--
siasm and innocent true-heartedoess, b'4it
the mass are-so moulded that they are but
pasteboard, whalebone and brcli ram things,
creaturesof puffery and artifice, whose every
word, look and act., every thing they do, is
but a trick of cusium. ;Well has it beeo
said of one-who finished hexr education" at
such an, establishment,. thiut 'iwbee: she
marries, her days of happiness "reA go.urc.
The transient ornamentis of yonth 'pans
away, and no solid atlair,meti remairis to
supply their place., Neglected time returns
to take long yeart of Veogeaucefo Ir tBI#
hours that have beednosit. -She has earnedd
nothing, she knows rtohiig.; and' she is no-
thing. In the meantime her htisband wakes
to see the truth : he may. not use her ill. hh
may- not reproach her; but he-' may and
must regard her as an iliscct buzzing over
his path, adding nothing to his happiness,
sometimes hardly altractimn his notice lever
admitting her as a counsellor in hisllans,
often 'mortified when the) go into compa!,
and never amn'sed, or hii. r st'rd, in ihe leJst
degree, when they are lelt aline. They are
paired, not ma(cched,; ih'ey e.ndure.'life; they
never enjoyed it. The parlor of such a
woman is as-cold and as joyless as a sepul-
chre. She is Aepucnleiht holly on com-
panry. She has no home. She passes her
days in exile."-Yarkee Blade. ': .,;,

A CULTIVATED MiND.--Is it not strange
that the nmass .ot met care so little about
culiivaiion? IthtI young imen especially,
who have golden opportunities for improve-
meit, should 1,rt-f,-r iti uasi their houri in
ihe bll room, bar loom or bowling saloon,
rather that to spend lihni among 4he qalni
pnrsuils of literature, hlicLh .so inrfinitely
transcend the former as a source of pleasure
et-n ? Itlnust be thai ihry hate nerer nasl-
ed, or at best have buti an inadequate con-
I option, of' those exqui-ite delights of which
Sir John Herschel spike. when lie said, "If.
I were to ptavy fora iasit utlich huuld stand
me instead under etery variety of rircum-'
stinces, and be a s.,'rcse of happiness and
che.ertulness to tme ilirough li fe, anid a shield
against its ills, however itiingsy might go
amiss, and the world faeon upon lie, it
would be a taste for riatine.' Nor can they
sympalhtize in the enthusiasm of tih elegant
and amiable Feneloti. lho iih. a stiPin of
eloquence, even be or.d his woiued rnainner,
declares, if the rirhes of both Indies if
the crowns of all ilie kingdoms of Europe,.
were laid at my feet, in exchange, for my
love of reading, I would spurn them all!"

Theodore Parker aplly com-pares'some
men who grdw very rich by trade, to cab-
bages growing in a violet bed. They smo-
ther the violets, but are, after all, nothing
but cabbages.

SHe is truly rich, who desires obr'hidg, anrl
he is truly poor who covets all;.. :

Four things belong to. a juige; to hear
courteously; to answer wisely; to consider
soberly, and to give judgment withelt par-
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BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT.-The influence of'
Christianity on society is not exerted thri'
the canln'on of thewarrior, and the despatch-
es of the statesman, but in the sweet breath-
ings ofthe truth that come -on the opening
petals of the breast of infancy, like spice-
laden iephyrs from the land of the blest-
in the gentle words of love that fall in dewy
f'reshness'on ihe wondering ear of childhood,
from gray-haaired sires 'a nd sweet- voiced ma-
trons-in the nnametess lellings of high and
holy things, wrapped in thle deep, unuttera-
ble voices of the ancient eternities thatcome
to the silen( ear of youth, before the din and
strife of the babbling world have stunned
these inner senses of the soul-in the lotng-
ing and wistful thoughts of things of deep,
abyssmal mystery that steal intb the soul
in its lonely musings in the solitary cham-
hier-iu the deep hush of the moaning
forest--in the awful silence of the hollow
midnight-in the season of gloomy doubt
and frantic efforts to scale the prison walls
of mystery and darkness that rise and close
in encircling silence around all-in times of:
hearlt-sickness and-; disappointment, when.
reaching forth the hand of warm, confiding
trust, it grasps the cold and slippery skin of
the adder'-it is then that Christianity, with
its wonderful telling of infinite things,
comes with apocalyptic splendor and power,
and revealing itself to the soul, creates
those mrtyr spirits thatstamp their linea-
ineuls on the enduring rock.--T. V- .oore,

REST or THE THIEtVES -A telegraphic dis-
patch in the Bahltimore Sun, under date of
New York, April 5, says:--Henry B. Jones,
of Philadelphia, and T. Jones, were. arrest-
ed to-lday in this city, charged'wilh robbing
the United Slates Patent-office ol the gov-:
ernmeut jewels. -There were fou d buiied
ii the cellar;of Jones' houseione hundred
and twenty diamonds, one hundred and forty-
three jewels, three hundred dollar worth of
gold ih bars. (supposed to be from the scab-
iardl of thlie sword presented by the Emperor
of Russia to. Commodore Btddle,) a gold
snuff-box, aud a pint hoitle of the attar of
roses. The: parties are in prison and will
leave for Washington to-morrow, morning in
charge of police officers.

A-CLEVER BOy--A farmer's wife,: in
speaking of the smartness, aptness, aqd in-
telligence of her son, a lad six years old, to
a lady acquaintance, said, He can read
Sfluently in every part of the Bible, repeat
the whole catechism, and weed onions as
well as his father." "Yes, Mother," ad-
ded ihe young hopeful, "1 and yesterday 1
licked Ned Rawson, throwed the cat into
the well) and stole oMld Hinkley's gimlet,"





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From the N Y York Tribune, April 5.
Further InteloIftcce from California--
Great Q(tajtlitlcs of Gold.
WPr give 4tlow :"u .x;'r.,ct from a business
IrlIe'r r<<(:eLvilj 1,) a it.pectmble house of
Ihim rily cu;;age.l in the northwest trade,
from ils correspondelni at San Francisco.-
SThlioulh sonic of lidw slaiements seem al.
most. incredible, we vouch for their authen-
otl6y,"having seen ihe original letter:
S-A. FR-ANpCtSCO, Feb. 7,1849.
too Rkrskme to give you facts as they are.
YOU sha l ave a plain siateminent of matters
aj they exist. At present there is little or
northinig doing in the place in consequence
of the immense quantify of snow that lias
fallen 1his year.
There are at present twotihonsand per-
*ona M the-mines. Some are living in tents,
ani other in log houses. Many have perish-
ed from exposure to cold, fevers, &c., but
oeh 'is the excitement and rage for gold
that they undergo 'the most unheard-of
hardtbips with. the hope of passing the win-
ter on tire spot, so as to avail themselves of

the first opening of spring, which is looked
forward to with great hopes.
4Aseregard,'the richness of these mines, I
can only sayithat The most exaggerated ac-
counts inmay b believed. A few days ago a
gentleman came down from tle mines bring-
ing with him $12,000 in gold dusi, which he
dug out in thlie space of ix days. This is a
fArt thbiat you may rely tinpn. I have it
from persons eye-wituesses, whose veracity
cannot be doubted,
1 myself sanw a -piece this morning weigh-
ing seven pounds, the imost curious.speci-
men thIat lhas yet made its appearance. The
extraordinary richness of this placer-or
.* players, for there are mtany-surpasses any-
thing IthaI the world has ever seen. 1 can
.hardly realize it myself.
There has been upwards of five niillions
of dollars of gold exported from San Fran-
,cisco aloue, exclusive of that taken by the.
traders who have gone to Oregon tnd the
.'United Siates, who Ihanvo all carried from ten
to twenty thousand dollars.
SAll who go i1.the mines do well, which is
the most convincing proof 1 cau give you
of their great richness.
General Smith's Proclamation --Gotd ship-
ped by English ships-of-war.- Voyage of
the California.
DURAUio, March 2, 1849.
You are of course aware already of the
hitherto successful voyage of tlte Atearmer
California, which reached Mazntlan a.f ori-
; night ago and proceeded to California ; andt
you have also beets infolbrmed of Geuieral P.
Smith's manifesto, the prime object ol which
is not exactly known. Emigrants from this
/country do not appear to be restrained by
it, nor by the unfavorable "rumors either
which have'been l;,ierly current here and in
Mazatlan. as regaiirds thle excessive abun-
dance at San Francisco of men and mer-
'chandise end the.sca'city of gold. These
reports :require confirmation.; and if they
ate founded upon sometlireg, ihe circurnm-
stance that the news refers to a period in
the deprh of winter when -the country was
probably covered with snow, inaiy possibly
explain tthemi. G(3reat numbers of people do.
however, re;illy p-issilhioigl this to MaIZat-,
lan, and there cai be no doubt but that the
neighborhoO"ti oT San Francisco will very
soon be overstocked with slpeculat-,rs and
fortune hiinters.
About tliirteen thousand .ounces of gold
have been brought to this coast, all of which
goes to England inu the -English shfip-of-war:
Cypress, now here, and soon to sail for,
l Yours, &C., X.
city of Modena, int Italy, 'and about four
miles around it, wherever i4 is dug, when
the workmen arrive at the distance of sixty-
three feet, they come to a .bed of chalk,
which they bore with anugur five feel deep.
They then: withdraw from lthe pitl, beJfore the
augur is removed, and upon its. extraction,
the water bursts up through bthe aperture
with great violence, and quickly fills this new
made well, which continues iill. and isef-
lected neither by rains nor droughts. But
that which is most remarkable i, Lhis opera-
tion, is the layers of earth as we descend.--
< At the depth of fourteen feet ar found th'e
ruins of an ancient city, paved sts., houses,
41oors and different pieces of mo6saic. Un-
der tlhis is found a soft noey earth made up
of vegetables; and at twenty-six feel deep,
large trees entire, such as walnut trees, with
lhe walnuts-still sticking on the stem, and
***** their leaves and branches in -iPif'elc prefer
oationr At twenty-eight feel dleep, a soft
S+chalk is found, mixed with a vasi quantity
of shells, and this bed is eleven lert thick.
.:<' Under this, vegetables are fouud again with
'' : "leares, and branches of trees as before ; and
;tt the dcpl.ti ofsixty-!hree feet. I
crreepnndent o.f ;.he Courrier,.des Etats
'Unis, describes a marvellot6 discovery
which has just been made, .relaig .-'to. the
important subljeot .ifcoloring grey hair;
The ne;w sysiem stuceeeds -,on bringing
about theintirnal coloring f t le Ihar. The
S. discovery is borrowed from i .ke Chinese, who

! *- have succeeded in ,re;iching -and t.raisform-.
.ing -by means of medicine a.id a peculiar
diet. the liquid 'which colors Ihe bilous
; system and giving to while, and -red hair a
black tiu't; which m.inuiris irselsf durine the
continued growth. 11s by thiis mei hod that
the Chinese have-been able. to claimn the:
title from the highest aiiquilty ef' the jlack-
haired nation.
-<: MU. Debay has .Hblished a treatise lupo,
it-and is the bons8 of living -animals :tave
baeaneolored red by making them eat mad-
der, and the internal wood of trees has been
charged to diffTerent hues by watering jihe
rootli with liquid metafic salis, he wonders
that this discovery has not before been made
by those who thus experimented. The hair
Siandtheo- beard belong to vegelable life.,and
7+ Ire disposed to the same pheno0nena. In
fact, saya M. Debay, after a sufficient quan
Stity of ferruginous salts has been ioiroduced
l-to the body, the circulation lakes them up,
the blood loaded with these substances de-
posites them in the follicu.les of-the hair,
add this oil, saturated with iron, becomes
black, and the whole hair with it.
Judge Colt, of Missouri, said, the other
day, Jo a charge to the Grand, Jury, that
the true principle, is to spare ihe person
while you -crusah Xh. crime." Judge Colt
a hone,

Appolntmeuts by the President.
Ephraim G. Squire, of New York, to be
Charge d'Aflaires of the United States to
the Republic of Guatemala.
Alexander Ramsey, of Pennsylvania, to
be Governor of the Territory ot Minesola,
in the police of Wm. Pennington, declined.
John J. Walker, Collector, Mobile, Ala.,
vice Jas. E. Saunders,
Isaiah D. Hart, Collector, Districl of St.
Johns, Fa., vice Charles Byrne.
Wm. R. Watson, Collector, Providence,
'R. I.. vice Benj. Coweil.
Moses Richardson, Naval Officer, Provi-
dence, R. I., vice Silas A. Comstock.
Peter J. Walker. of Alabama, to be Re-
ceiver of Public Moneys at Lebanon, Ala-
Edgar Conklin, of Wisconsin, to be Re-
ceiver of Public Moneys at Green Bay,
Thomas E. Birch, of Missouri, to be
Register of the Land Office at Plattsburg,
William W. Adams, of Arkansas, to be
Register of the Land Office at Little Rock,
David D. Mitchell, of Missouri, to be
Superintendent of Indian Affairs at St.
Louis, Missouri.
Charles N.- Handy, of Missouri, to be
Indian Agent at Osage river Agency.
John Wilson, of Missouri, to be Indian
Agent at Salt Lake Agency, California.
James S. Calhoun, of Greorgia, to be In-
dian Agent at Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Thomas Wistar, Jr., of Pennsylvania, to
be the Commissioner authorized by the
second clause of the fourth article of the
'treaty concluded with the Menomonie tribe
of Indians on the 18th October, 1848.
Joseph Bates, of Texas, tlo be Marshal of
the United States for the District of Texas.
Solomon Meredith, of Indiana, to be
Marshal of the United States for the Dis-
trict of Indiana.
SCharles H. Knox, 'of Michigan, to be
Marshal of the United States :for the Dis-
trict of Michigan.
Alpheus S. Williams, Postmnster, De-
troit, Michigan.

From the Baltimore Sun.
THE NIAOARA'S NEws.-Effect an the
Market.-The commercial advices by the
steamer Niagara, has had quite a depress-
ing influence on the market, and are not
-altogether satisfactory. American stocks
are said to have fully sustained the previous
prices. The sales of cotton, however, had
-not been as large as during the preceding
two weeks, and rates'wbre lower, though on
the improvement at the close. The Tol-
lowing table, compiled by the New York
Commercial, will compare the sales and
prices, of which accounts were received by
the last two steamirs:
Canada. tEales.
For the week ending March 2 .......50,570
do. do. March 9,......22,210

Total...... ..... ... .........72,780
Niagara. Bales,
For the week ending March 23 ...... 31,690
do. ido. March 30,...... 29,290

Total............. ........ 60,980
NI Mnrce3,:1'I March 23-
Fair Upla lI'.. .4d. Fair Upland....rd.
Fair Mobilei...'.4|d. Fair Mobile....41d.
Fair Urleans....41d. Fair Orleans .-..4.d.
-:S *E. iTIFIre DISCOVERY.-The 1Boston
Caiixr copies the folloi-ng atticle 'from
tle ipbdon Sun : -
Ihqportlant Discovery in Yoltaic Eleclri-
cihj.-Mr. Alfred Smnee, the surgeon to the
Baiq of Angland. and inventorof the bat-
tery which bears Pis name, has announced
important .discoveries in animal 'electricity.
By a teil. which he terms electro-voltaic,
he'has satisfied himself that the 'ermrna-
tiots of the sensor nerves are positive poles
of a vohaic circuit, while the muscular sub-
stance is tire negative pole. -The sensor.
,nerves atethe telegraphs which carcy the
sensation to the brain, and the motor nerves
carry back tlhe volition to the muscles. The
brain he infers to consist of five distinct
voltaic circles,, which, upon theoretical
grounds, hlie believes to be sufficient to ac-
count furall mental phenomena. Mr. Smee
has succeeded in makingeartificial electrical
fish and artificial muscular substance. The
bare announcement of such a discovery
must put the whole medical world upon the
alert, and in theit hands, for the present,
we leave it. Should M'r. Smee's viewsibe
confirmed by other investigators, be will
establish an imperishable name in the re-
cords of physiological science.*'
The Courier publishes some remarks by
a correspondent, in denial'of the accuracy,
of the positions assumed by- Mr. Smee.
One of hiis positions, (remarks the Balti-
more Clipper,) it appears to us, strikes at
the future existence of the soul of man;
and should not, therefore, be received as
trtie, unless such evidence can be exhibited
in its favor. as will silence all doubt. We
allude to the sentrence--" the brain, he in-
fers, i6 insistst 'of five distinct voltaic cir-
cles, which, upon theoretical grounds, he
believes to be sufficient to account for all
mental phenomena." Nlow, if we rightly
understand this sentence, it nmen's, that the
mind of man its rrohling "m:re. thian the re-
sult of galvanic a-ction. 'It has no separate
-or disaince existence or identity, and is a
inmere effect of certain material combina-,
lions, and of course dies when these co'm-
binations cease to act. To this conclusion
we hope we shall neer come -; for the most
pleasiie contemplation of the present life
is, that of the higher happiness which is in.
reserve in thre life to come. It cannot b'e
Ihat man, is is a mere machine, destined to
move over "the surface of ine earth for a
certain period, and then to become extinct.
The noble qualities of his mind, his feel-
ings, affections, and aspirations after high-
erdestiny, all impress him with thecon-
viction, that there is a future and more ele-
vated existence. Tihe universalit~y of this
conviction is in favor of its truth; and be-.,
foi'e it is yielded, stronger evidence must
bie produced, than is found in the experi-
meH''s of Mr. Smee, or the reasoning of the
auorthor 'of +the Vesiiges of Creation. t

The. Londor cbrrespondent of "the New
York Courier &, Enquirer, in a desp.tich
sent before the departure of the Niagara,:
gives the \following items of intelligence,
which are one day later,.
Bank of Fran'ce reun'ms for the pr'esehnt
week-show' that notesin circulation have in-
creased hree and a half millions-Treasury
balance decreased two millions, and now
standing at 52,000,000 francs--bullion atg-
mentcd eight millions-discount in Paris
diminished two millions, and one and a half

million in the provinces-the issue is now
Tfour hundred and twenty one-eighth mil-
lions against three hundred anu twenty-eight
millions specie. ,
ROME, MARCH 14.-Preparations for war
were progressing most actively. Radetz-
sky's movementi-indicates that.he is concen-
trating his troops on the Adda, wili the
view of fighting i battle.
VIENNA,, MARCH 17.-The Funds decli-
ned 2 per cent. in consequence or the news
front Itaoly. Exchbnges also less favorable,
on Loedoe 11-24. Premium on gold 22N.
FEMALE GAMBLIrG.-The Albany Knick-
erbocker says that in Paris, women not only
play high at fashionable games of chance,
and buy tickets in lotteries, but they go on
'change and operate in stock with great: en-
thusiasm. At the fashionahle watering pla-
ces in Germany, ladies indulge in gambling
46 almost as great. an extent as the men.:' In
England, it was formerly the fashion for la-
dies to.play high, in the first circles of
society, :and a female gamester was by no
means an extraordinary character. In Mex-
ico, where gamblingis ibe universal passion,
ladies are dealers in I monte,' and have their:
fullshare of the national propensity.

The"New Orleans Delta of'Sulday last'
gives the following deitilS of a very suc-
cessful operation of a couple of chevaliers
d'industrie in that city on the qday.previous:
"One of the most daring, barefaced, and
adroitly managed robberies we have bad
occasion to chronicle for years past, was
perpetrated yesterday morning, on Custom
House street, by which the respectable firm
of'Baily, Blanchard & Co. were made the
victims to a large amount. The modus ope-
randi was worthy the fame of the celebrated
Martin. -Shortly after 9 o'clock, the youth,
whose duty-it- was to bring the bank-box to
and from the bank, to tihe store No. 99
Custom House street, was sent to the bank
as usual for the box. On his way tb the
store, it is presumed he was watched by the
parties who perpetrated the rdbb'try, as'the
boy had scarcely deposited the box on a
chair in the counting-room and retired,
when two genteelly dressed men entered,
under the pretence of purchasing some
goods. One of the strangers stepped up to
where one of the proprietors '(and the only
one in the store at the time) was writing,
taking especial care to step between himt
and the chair on which the baik-bft'Iwas
Ilft, thus affording the friend who accomrpa-
nied him an opp,ortutity of carrying it off,
should the scheme not be interrupted by
lhe entrance of any of t-he'("erl. ; While
stranger No. 1 occupied the attention of
Mr. Blanchard, stranger'No. 2 retired un-
noticed with the bank-box-; 'and :it was not
until stranger No. 1 had also left, after hav-
ing politely thanked Mr. Blanchard for the
trouble he had give'in him, in examining his
goods without purchasing, that Mr. B. dis-
cove'red the box haid 'been stolen. Besides
$4000 in gold, abod't'$800 in bank bills, ariid
$1000 in checks on the different city'banks,
the box 'dditained a valuable portfolio, of
little use to the'roi0bbers, though bflincate icu-
lablevalue to Messrs. B. B. & Cb. Up to
a late hour last night, no traces of the rob-
bers had been discovered. The police,
however, are on the alert, and it is to be
"hoped the accomplished villains will be ar-
-resfed before they leave the city."
The portfolio contained bills receivable,
accepted drafts, &c.' to the amo'n't 'of'Tbe-
tween $200;000 and $300,000;. Mesies.
Bailly &c Co. inform the robbers that if the
papers are returned, no Iuestions will be
asked about the money.
New York papers state that an Association
of Editors, Reporters, and contributors to
the city press, has just been formed fo:rthe
purpose of publishing a Weekly Paper, to
be entitled "The Era;-" its columns'to be
devoted to t6e Turf, the Fine Arts, Field
Sports, the Stage, Literature, L6c:al, Leg.l,
Commercial. Foreign and Nationbal Jtteli-
gence; and all inatt'ets appertaining to the
Political and Moral Hislbry of the Uniied
THE TENNESSEE.-Tilis beautiful steatii
ship left ourt wharves yesterday forenoon lt
11 o'clock, and took 67 cabin, and 41 s'eofr
age passengers, together with a valuable
freight. We are pleasedto see that tlhe
Tennessee is becoming fully as popular ,s
that universal favorite 1'1The Cherokee,"
and thai the admirable management of this
line has already secured -the confidence of
the travelling public. As an evidence of
which, .e learn that the pissenger(s going
North Trom 'Charleston, not onfreqtently
select This Ybute in preference to any other.
The passengers who arrived here yesterday
by the Isabel from Havana, were enabled to
proceed to New York by the Tennessee,
without meeting ,n'e hour's deieniiont i)
ilor ci.y;.-Savannah Georgian, 12th.

THE ACADIA.--The Central (,erman G(ov-
ernment purchased sometime ago. the stea-;
mers Britannia and Acadia. belonging lo!
the Cunard line. These steamers umei
thoroughly repaired at Live'rpoiol an'l filled
as war-steamers. Britannia ieli for Bremen
on the llth inst.; the Acad'ia left a few ,la s
previously for the same port. .Accounts
reached London (hat this fine vessel ha I
been lost on Teschelling. Cba'St of Huol1hnd.'
-.As she had made a great number of sue es
ful voyages to and from the United Siies.
/and was valued at no less than one hullndt,
thousand pounds sterling, much synpilq)iy
was manifested in tihe ntetropolis when thle
tews of her Ioss Was received al Lloyd's.--
Subsequent accounts, however, siate that,
with the asSiSilance of several pilots, she was
got offon the 13ih, when it was discovered
tliatshe had sustained butslight damage,
and will be able lo proceed on her voyage.

delphia News says: We have returns,
nearly complete, of the reset election iu
Connecticut for Governor;,membe's of Con
gressj, arid. State Legislature. There are
several towns, however yet toJiear froth, but
the reSult will not.be materially varied.--

There isn i choice for Governor by the
people, andi the election of State Officers
will therefore have to be madeby the Legis.
laiure, where tile Whigs have majorini-s in
hoth branches. In the Senate our majority
will be 7 or 9, and in the House-fronm 3 to 5.
"Tbe House of Representatives is esii-
mated to siaud--Whigg, 112; Lncos,96;
Free Soil, 13, and 1 -o hear from.''

ease ol bigamy has just come tb light in
Brooklyn,'involving the peace of a respecta-
ble family. The Advertiser savs;
1 The husband f a iVery amiable lady,
and father of a numerous progeny of chil-
dren. suddenly became enamored ora young
girl. many years his junior, and, in defiance
of the law, (but without making known to
her his situation,) married her. They have
since continued to live together in apparent
harmony and contentment, and be has occa-
sionally, called upon his first wife, and visit-
ed his children, one of whom is married:-
This most singular condition of things has
been concealed from the pubhlie eye with
great care until very recently when a cir-
cumstance occurred which will probably re-
soil in bringing.lhe whole affair before the
public, Should such developments lake
place as we anticipate, they will indeed show
that truth is stranger than fiction.'"

I We have.received aimeorial addressed
,to our.Slate Legislature adordered io be
printed, from females and oie : praying fbr
certain modifications ofI the exising law of
divorce. The tone and temper of thepeti-
uios ar, rather extraordinary ; and the style
is more remarkable for masculine force than
for feminine elegance ang grace. If a wo-
man penned it she must be a Tartar," Wb
subjoi a few extracts:
With all due deference,"w'ebwuld aslk,
where, from what source, in what enlighlten-
ed age and Bation, did theme -originally
obtain., th~etclueie right to-monopolize the
privilege of legiflaling for females, and of
-compelling them to submit 4o their laws
however unequal atid.objectionable heiy
might be? Echo armn rs, where! Th.
Bible,. it is .said, gives them. the right" be-
cause it.says, ." Wives, submit yourselve
unto your own husbands in the L'ord.u Vbow"
a wife can'submit herself' in lbe"'Lord' to a
man who is dead drunk' one, half of the
time, and a fool the other half, in cdnse- "
quence, from whom sheabd receives a scanty ,
subsistence of the meanest description, is
more than a woman's-wit can devise."
We have ever been-viewed in a political
sense as an inferior order of beings,;totally
incompeWtnt to self-government, as the vas-
sals, rather than the companions of men;
solely dependent u)on 'lhem for protection;
who have thus far condescended to rule over
us, without ever .cousulhn1g our pleasure or
our .Judgment. Thus. have we been led
muzzled artd I'fiidFltded, 'Fo*n l e to0 age"
froin tie' cradle to the graVe.":
"' A'waYd ro us our proper l1:,;m,'n'ih soci-
ery ; abpoiMs'h al nn'j'ust laws in regii'l'O us;
and With the light of't'e Bble n'dd'our
sense ofiusi'ce, we will protect:a'rid 'tldfedd
ourselves and each ot'tier, i wiho 'j e lid ofao
e^lightetied community, which, (o t'leir im-
mortal h'lior- be h 'said, is Ta'r in advance of
the musty'laws that h;re f"dg'disgraced outr
slatute-b)ooks." .
'"Shoulfu We, V i' eg'Pslailre 'V'n'aei'mnt,
receive no rethess,^u pon.our strength.ihen,
must we stand or fall : th'ere'being but one
alteriative tle. Betiier.that his- artlh he
lpeP.iollplo+!, ihiabn that Ille mfquijiies'of the
I ressT'i and the past be.visiied upon tu'lure
generations as the-y'are.s nd ever I've been',
upon us and r,ur oncesto'"s, fr'om lime im- ''
memorial. Let th'e ele'mr'nis reun iite,. n
form a better and A 'nobler ,racein o "vwho o
war, f.,mir~e. aVery a'n iffe buaeliy shall be '
unknown." ,
There Ts, a mysterious ihreat int this last
paragrapti, vwhichl ought to exc-ielhe ni 'e'n-
lion an-. alarm of all the old barhelors ill 1h'e
land- What do ihe fair petitioners 'mvin?
Wbiat is lhai one alhern;-,iie' to whic'li tlI.'y
allude ? What wonolIe thpy be at 2i h
LegiSlatire should look into ike mailer a
once. T'h'ee may be combinations nnd co'nll-
spir.,rie' aftoo of wlich the loids "r a-1
lion' little dream. Let a committee' f in-
quiry and of vigilanee.be rafisea'd O't once.-
VNofoik/HeraM. .
A:'FAIRSA-I4 FRANCE.-.The enrrespon-
dent ol the 'New York Courier & "ttquiT
gives a clear exposition of Ilie',preert., cnt-
diioih ol' nff.ilrs in Francer l 'he,,l,-ni('e, i
of st'rilfe atd disco rdl -are t(uni itilit in ll,,t
land. R;pthib'ic'tnism a|)pe.ers to he l iing
1l1 oftdale. Tlie only ser-iou d iffictlitv iti
the rfsloration ,f Moiiarct.ly, exists ill I"h
monlhislictly of rivaIla t l)he 'tftrone. The
-p;arLiss,,s ol nti,,e RigDit t.ie 'their Ivorie -
il Ole Dllke of BorlJe.llx"; lhe Orleani-is
are divided lktlw'een the Princer de Joinv-ille
nand a Rpgfncy nnder ihe Ibulchess of Or-
leans; tihe Imperialits Ihave their eanidil;it'e"
in ih- pl.on of'Loinis Napoleon. Unionis
quite impossilJle nmorn g ihe vari',",us' l'ioIns.
-and to tha' (.act is owing ;he presen'l 'oii-
tinuance of ilhe Rejublic.
N.ipier, who has been appoinied-ii lthe cooi-
mand of lthearmy agaimsi the .,lkIs li.,s
ltmblished a letter inl the London Times in
favor of conquering and annexing Ihe Pun
jaulb. He say-'no permanent p(,ecc can be
made wilb the Sikh nation, arid if 'l,' Bri,
tish army were 10 reite in the. lef liank \^
the Suilej, a I'ronllner orf 00 niites vol)
hi'ifiv t), he defended against t he niost fierce
and skilfn| ?iAIvprs.;ira .... .An army of 30,000,
in ,li-s opinion, i,'ould not do it. .
']o a'bril.l,,n lie line of the- Suthej woulI
I)e a ili -.,'ra f l defeat in ilhe eyes ol .l
ASi,. at',,l 'deent iP faiughl w ili nnep dlmngcr
in India li;m In Europe.--h' o cluieie is left
buu-to anlv:IncP.
the editor bf a wer.kli, piper I,,nbli.-lhd in
Ihis ,itv. called' N ed Bontline's Ow>." wys
cou hidl'ed v'esleldav noon in Brnadway. y'a -
dashiingly dressed female named Kale Has;-
ings, who 'c'onsidpred herself insulie'd b
some remarks in lhe paper 1" the ieprvinus
week. II is said that she applied ihe cow-.
hide vigorously to ite hbiid ah$d shnuldere
of Mr. Judson, and although he drew a pis-
tol from his pocket and presented it while
backing across the street. she followed 'him
up and continued the assault uniil ihe by- .
slaide's iulerferod. The cowhidee made d
co,,plail before the Mayor, but His Honor;
we understand, has as yel Issued no warren|
for the female's arrest.--J. Y. i~r4ro':

A SERVANT.-We sometimes amuse our-
selves (say the Pennsylvanita-- Snql. b'
lo(,kinZ over the atldvertisemenis ofr |FLi-h'.
don papers. Many of them are curiouir
enotigh. The following.for example.is from
a late number of the Times." The writer.
at least has a very good opinion 4' his owd -
"'Do you want a servantf Neceessity" 1
prompts ihe question; TLkplpriiser offers
his service to nPY lady, g,*Ltenai.. com-
pany, oi others in want of a truly[ itlhful, -
cbofidenlial serVant4n any capacily.lB tka& W .
nial, where a'practical knowledg-if.,toh '
nature in various parts of theo.rbld .'1 +i
be available. Could undertakeoy aftair of
small or great importance, where. lent, In- .
violable secrecy, or good address would 6b
necessary. Has moved in the. bst and
worst societies without bbin tonlahminated
by either; has never been a dervant ; begin
to recommend himself as one who knows hill
place; is moral, temperate, m.idle-Iagdi
no objection to any pp of IheM0o d. Could
advise any capitalist wishing to increase bid
income, and have the control dmKTs mony.
Chuld act as secretary or-valet to any lady
or gentleman. Can give advice br hold his
tongue, sing, dance, play, fence, box, preach
a sermon or do anything 'rom the'curling of
a peruke to the storming of a dotdel, but
never to excel his master."


0,- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
WM. W. CHESVET,Esq., Albany, CGa.
Maior JAcK HARDMAN, Euifaula.Ala.
JAs. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa.

DENTISTRY.-Dr. McIntyre, we u'nder-
9tand, will remain in town but a few days
longer-those requiring his services had
better call soon.
TELEGRAPHIC.--We have seen (says the
Charleston Evening News) a private tele-
graphic despatch, received in this city, dated
New York, Aplri 12, of the following pur-
port :
"Cancel all orders in'Cotton."
From the Charleston Courier, April 14.
New York Markets.
COTTON.--On Wednesday, this article
rather dull, at a decline -of a quarter of a
cent since the arrival of the steamer, "ifit
sales of 800 bales.
On Thursday, the market was steady, and
sales of 1400 bales were made, at 71 to 71
for middling fair to faiir Upland, and 71 to:
71 for New Orleans. -
Yesterday, one thousand bales Were dis-
posed of, at the quotations of the previous
RICE.--One-hundred tierces sold on Wed-
nesday, atIroeh' $3 06 to $3 15, and prime
would have brought a higher' rate. On
Thursday, the article was improving, and in
better demand, prime commanding $31.--
Yesterday, the demand was steady, and the
sales were at prices ranging from $31 to $34.
and FLOUR were declining. TREASJRY
NOTES 108S, and NEW LOAN 1.11.
On Thursday, FLOUR was six cents better
than on the preceding day. TREASURY
NOTES at 1081; NEW LOAN lli0J.
Yesterday at the close of the market,
FLOUR was again dull.
'New York City Elections.
The Whigs have been successful in the
Municipal Election. 'Mr. Woodhull, their
candidate for Mayor, has been elected by
four thousand majority. They have also
elected a4 their Judges, and have eighteen
majority in thfe Couri'il.
In Albany and Brooklyn also,'the WVhigs
have cairred their ticket.
Arrival. of the Hermann.
Alter the business of the day had closed
at Now York yesterday, the 'steam ship
Hermann reached that port frdm Southamtp-
ton Her day of sailing'was the 28th ult.;
and consequently she will bring later Euro-
pean.intelligence than brought by the WNia-
gara. '
Governmental Appointments.
No appointmenis of especial importance
have as yet been itside at Washington. Int)
the Post Of-ice Departnmenit, the removals'
are said to average about50 per day.
Telegraphric accounts to the Baltimore
Sun, stow that the most valuable part of
Toronto, in-Canada, has been destroyed by
fire.' Loss nearly $1,000,000.
It is now reported upon what is deemed
good authority, that ther- is a division in
the Canadian Ministry, in regard to the
policy of government. Affairs are very
much unsettled, and would seem to be ap-
proaching, a crisis.
ior of lie-. Southern Cultivator who has ex-
amined tlie specimens of Sili'cious Rock,
found on the line of the Central Rail Road
in J efferson County'; says :
-' It is doubtless nearly, oi quite identical,
in its chemical and geological chara-cteris-
tics with. the French Burr, so extensively,
used in the manufreture of mill-stones for
nearly the whole civilized world. If the
rock should prove, after a thorough trial of
the mill-stones made of it, to be equal to
thai in'France, (as we are inclined to think
it will) the valhe of the same must be im-
Mill-stones of the above material have
been manufactured on a limited scale, and
one or two pair have already been+shipped
for trial to the North. The supply on the
line-'of-the Central Road is inexhaustible.
tish" forces wear prosecuting the siege of
Moultan, in India, says the Phiiadflphia
Bulletin, a shenfrom a British mortai blew

up a fort of the natives containing a vast
quanliiy of powder, and destroying a vast
numh. r-oftroops, the Dewan's mother,
&c:. -&e. The English journals rejoice
greatly over% this success, and state that the
-lucky artillery. man" Ihrough whoseagency
it wias accomplished, was rewarded on the
When t.he/American General, Winfield
Scott attacked Vera Cruz, be give permis-
sion to thi -women and non-comba'iants to
retire befoire-he commenced operations.-
Notwithstanding this humane notice, the
British, press listed up their united voices
in a chorus of holy. horror at the desiruc-
tion which the American shell afterwards
caused among the male and female inhabi-
tants of Vera Cruz, and execrated Scott as
a" Kentucky savage." The truth is, Scott's
real crime was thai be was successful, and
that he was an American I

Andew ). Dorn, of Missouri, to be In-
dian Su'b-Ageni at Neosho Sub-Agency.
William H. Bruce, of Wisconsin, to be
Indian Sub-Agenl at Green Bay, Wiscon-
William Prentiss, of Illinrois, 'to -be Indiaif
Sub-Agent on the Sacramento stand San
Joacliin rivers, California.
Ebenezer Childs, of W,;sconsin, to be
Agent to accomnpany the Exploring delega-
tion of the Menomonie Indians, under trea-
ty of 18th October, 1848.
George J. Thompson, of Virginia, to be
Pension Agent at Wheeling, Va.
John Cocke, Jr., of Tennessee, to be
Pension Agent at Knbxvilie, 'Tenn.
S.'H. McPherson. Postmaster, Pomonky,
Charles county, Md., vice J. 1Hairis, re-
Stephen B.Ford, P stmaster, Northeast,
(Cecl county, Md., vice Rich'd L. Thomas.
lantes S. Jo'nes, Postmaster, Snow Hill,
Worcestercouniy, Md., vice R. T. Wal-
John P. Brown. Postmaster, Charles-
town, Jefferson county, Va., vice J. Harris.
John Poole, Postmaster, Rockville, Md.,
vice H. F. Viers, resigned.




THE undersigned will make liberal advances
on Cotton consigned to his friends in Liver,
pool, Glasgow, Havre, Boston or New York.
Nov 18 D B WOOD.
HE subscribers, Agents for The MEtna lu-
J-surance Co.," "The Protection Insurance
Co.," and The Hartlford I nu race Co., of Hart-
ford, CAnni., are prepared to take Fire, Inland
and Marine Risks on as favorable terms as any
good offie. J DAY Co.,
Dec 25, 184.

/ i

Attest: : ^ .
A. E. IMAXWrLL, Se.retary of State.
January 25, 16S49.
f(0- All papers in ihe Slalp insert two months.
JFrankliu Circuit Court.
AT CHABrRsns, March 2-., 1349.
Josephine Essex, by her)
S next friend, &c. -; .-
John S. Esrex. | :.: -
UPON reading the f.Trr;oiig bill, and it ap-
Spearing t, the Gurt,, up6n the affidavit-of
complainaniil, that the delfiihlant, J,,hin S. Essex,
reside beyond the rimit r,| the SIdte .f Florida,
to wit, in the Ciiv of Npv Orleans: It is ordered,
that service of lthe f,.renoina bill of cn,nptlainl be
perfected on said dlfe.Adjni by pnhlicalion in the
Commercial Adver'sie'r, a newspaper published
in the ci, nof A|>dlachic. la, I;-,r lie -aprae ot three
months, requirlne 3aid d-rerdant i, be and ap-
pear before this C.urt on the first Monday in
July next and answer or plead to daid bill, other-
wise that the same he Ijkenr a? confesed .
GEO. S. HAWKINJ. Judge,/&c.
A true copy:
Whr. VAI.LT.AU, Clerk.
"March 27, 1849. -3m
Justice's Court.
SMARcH TERM, 1849.
Edwva-d McCully, ) '
E vsid M. "l I Attachtetnt. Debt $50.
.Ira F. Payson.
ALL persons interested will take notice, that a
suitt has been commenced, by attachment,
in the above stated case, before, N. Bakei a Jus-
tice of the Peace. E. McCULLY,
March 17, 1849. 8.3m Plaintiff.
Sheriff's Sale.
"DY virtue ot a writ of fi. fa. to me drectled
from the Circuit Court of Frarieein county, .
in favor.of William Griswold ard Na4,h L. Gris.
wold, executors of N. L. Griswold, vs. the City
of Apalachicola, I hw;e levied upon, and'will ex-
pose to sale to tha highest bidder, at the Court
House door, ijr the city of 'Apalachicola, on the
first Monday in March, 18149, within the legal
hours of sale, the following described property,
to wit: one large frame building kdnwh as the
City Council Chamber, situated '6n Market
Square; one Engine House and Engine, known as
Boston No. 1; and one Engine House and En.
gine, known as Franklin No 2,.levied on as the
property of the city of Apalachicola. .
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff,
By B. LucAs, Deputy.
January 31, 1.949. ,
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in May, by consent of pwrt'iea'. "
April 1, 1-349. .
T IME JUICE, just received and for sale by
March 27 HF AE3LL:





C M 0 FR CIAL. Exports of Cotton from Apalachicola,
CommencingSept. 1, 1848, and same time in 1847.
r* I Past |Previ-l L Last
From oar Price Current of Monday. WHITHER EXPORTED. *3 dayslously.T Tjseason
Remarks on the Market, Liverpool ............ ..5299.31251 .66550 .27127
FOR THE PAST WEEK. Havre ............ ... .....5721 ..5721 ......
The week under review has been one of consi- Nantz................ ..................
STrieste .......; .... ......33
derable activity in all departments of trade. The T renoa .................... IO..1310 ......
Genoa... .... ... 130 .1 0 ......
demand for cotton has been quite active, and fully Other ports ................ .6668 ..6668 ..2212
equal to the amount immediately offering, which Total to 'or. Ports. r-299 445) .50249.33069
has enabled factors to realize ratherbetter' prices, New York.............. 580 ,15088 .15668 .21672<
the market closing on Saturday j above our outside Boston... ...............945 .22740.23645 .11806
quotatiqhs 6f lastweek. The principal Purchases jProvidence ... ....... 14006 .14006 .4333
d' -" i Philadelphia..................382 ...382 ...577
dqringthe'week have been made by parties having Baltimore .................... 1557 ..1557 ..1180
freight engagements to complete, and this circum- !New Oileains............ 151 ..2273..2421 ..1935
stand has no doubt assisted factbrs'li gaining Otherports ................. ..............550
some advantage which they coula hot otherwise Total Coastwise... ..166 .61-46 .57822 .41103
have realized. ._TOTAIHA--BALES........'.... 108071 .74172
Since our'last report, we have received two
weeks later intelligence from Europe, per steamer Passengers.
Niagarai" which left Liverpool on the 24th ult. Per steaImer Eufaula-Miss A, McGhee Rev T
These accountslare of a similar tenor as those re- Scales, G 4 Sporman W Roberts, Jackson.
.oeved by the previous steamer, although the latest Per. 'steamer Palmetto--Mrs Stopplebun, Mrs:
news from India was considered more favorable, Newfei" .
but continental affairs still continue in a very un- Per.steamer Quincy--L A .homyson, Jas Bu-
settled state. We extract the following report of chanan, J H Bushnell, F R Ely and son, Wmn C
the marketfrdm Messrs. Collmann & Stolterfoht's Bryan, S Sutton, W W Croom and son, Wm R,
Circtlart .. Daffii, Fluet.
S T e ,. L ooheatermarke rch 28, 1r49. Perr teamer Southernef-Dr EC Bellamy..
",The. Manchester market has been very inac- P~,er steamer Quincy-p-'Gil R Myers, D Barrow,
ti vefbr the lust fortnight, the unsettled appearance H Austin, Dr Blake.
,of the Continent, and the anxiety felt regarding
"Indi, prevented any extent ofbusiness-beingdohe, Receipts from ttiateoi
prices had rather a downward tendency, but there Ae c r from '.I :" t.'
was no disposition to force siles. These tempo- Per steamer Eufanla-44 e,6ttot to A N
rary interruptions must be expected. The advices McKay & Ck; 73 to Lockharvt- Young; 21 to
just arrived bv the Overlaud mail trom Bombay, Wylie & McKenzie; 215 to order.
CaaacBta andrhina report favorably-o[.ihoae mar. P.r steamer Palmetto-412 bales.coti6n to J C"
kets. Mai'Y ,i tr WG Porter & Co; 31:to Hill, Daw-
Our own Crt arket lied for a'few days son & CO; 54 to Lockhart & Young; 24:-A N
Our ownC hmarketraliea ; 80 to Wylie cKenzie.
at the beginning'df last week, but subsequently it McKay & Coe So to Wylie &McK nie,
became dull, agd any little advantage gained Was Per steamer Quincy-16 bWles cotton toWtn G
lost with an additional &d, per Ib. on the ordinary Porter & Co;. 12 to A N McKay & Col _tt Wv-.
and middling qualities of American Cotton. The lier&tMcKenzie. e o
sales were 81,700 balest, of which 24,100 bales Persteamer Southerner-100 bales cotton to A
were American. Exporters took 3,200 bales, arid N Mcay & o; 309 to P, Butts; 26 to Harper
Speculators 8,100 bales, leaving but about 20,000 &Holmes.. J.
bales for the trade. The imports were only 17,900 Per steamer Quincy-49 bales cotton-to Lock-
bales, all from the United States, except 1000 bales hart & Young.
from Pernambuco. ., Per steamer Alban--175 bales datton to I C
This week's market opened with a dull feel- Macl"ay; 122 to Hill Dawson & Co; 13 to;,Wm G
ing, which was not relieved by the advices of the Porter& Co'; 25 to Lockhart & Young.
last steamer from N. York, Bhowing again large Per barge Rough and Ready-25 bales cotton to
receipts in the ports, but the letters speak so con- Lockhart k Young.,
fidently of an early falling off in tile receipts, that Pe" brge Tecumseh-IIt- bales cotton to Sims
.ome impression was produced, and the market & lheever; 5 to Lockhart & Young.
rallh-d slightly, preventing thereby a more decided Per barge Gen l aylor-46 bales cotton, 57 sacks
decline, which in the lower qualities of American peanuts, 4 balesrope to J Day & Co. "
amounts to jd. per Ib. upon the quotations of ttis
day fortnight. 2570 bales American were taken Exports.
on speculalion, and 3800 bales for export. To- LIVERPOOL--Per ark Robert Watt--1332
day's "ales are O000 balba," bales cotton, 213 sticks cedar, 48 bbls turpentine.
ILaVnyoor., 1848 1849 Pferhip John Fielden-2929 bales cotton.
Deliveries ..................28 37123 NEW 'YORK--Per bark New England-580
Per week ... .. ........25817 80,594 bales cotton.
Speculation. ;................ 1:,250 164,260 BOSTON-Per bark Science-9.-5 balescotton.
Export ....................... 8,240 36,020 Per ctr Burmth-150 bales cotton.
1848 1849 'lst Jan. 1849 Imports.
!,'0 408%00 393,000 .TURKS ISLAND-Per schr Flor-4933 bush.
T"he't rceipts up to latest dates at all the ports,. salt;
as cofpa&redl with last year, exhibit the following f ---
results: ]K IR 1\lj nrNTT n jn

I hardware, Ship Chandlery, &c. New Tork and -Savannaisi Lin,
T HE Subscribers have on hand for sale- of Steamers-Weekly.
LOCKS, assorted, Butts, Screws, Hinges, SAILING .EVJE RY WEDNESDAY.
Handsaws, Millsaws, Crosscut do, Plaues, ,.... The newx and r n a
Compasses, &u geis,Gimblets, Chisels, Brace perform Seam- Shi s/
and Bi'tts, RuiesBevels, Squares, Broadaxes, T-TENNE SEE "M
Ship do, Collins' do, Adze, Hatchets, Ham-I Capt. JOHN COISSB, an!d C H1ROE Capt.
mers, Shutter Hangings, Blind do,Steelyards, THOS LON, ill, ^til further notice ie
Counter Scales, Platform do, Cotton do, Sava.nah and New York every Wt.w.:_,, -r
Kiltcnen Ware,' Table Cutlery, Shovel and commencing with the 28th March.
Tongs, Fire Irong,,&c. *These swift Steamers are'each of 1=1,ton0tsr
BLACKSMITHS' Bellows, nvnils, Sledges burthen, built in the stronges and most approved
"Hlammers, Vices, Screwplates, Stoels and manner, and are unequalled in all th needful,
Dies, Tongs,Files, Rasps, &c. uaies to give confidence a well as dispatch
IRON- Swceds, English and American, assorted, travellers. They have all hle accpimocdation.
round,flat and square, Band,Hoop, Sheet and for passengers and freight requisite, to entitle
Boiler lion, Railroad, Spike do, Horseshoe them to public palonage.
InmroandsNi.ls, Cast, English, Blister and .;rhe Central Rail-R.ad will dispatch an extra
raT S t A ,train from Macon Tuesday evening, to connect
PLOTGrHS-lSingle and Double Cornsbellers, with these steamers on WedneAvyy, and firom:
Cornrr.ills, Lochins,,,Trace do, Ox do, Savannah ;fit4eir arrival if needful. -.,I"' .
Shovels and Spades, Weedng Hoeg, Garden, Passage $$5-:Zpayable in advanc- lor ach,
Laue and Grubbing Hoes," or freiht ,a p ,.,ply to
CORDAGE--Manilla and Hemn, assorted fPitch, P"" :"ELFORD &' FA.".S ..... .
Tar, Rosin, Coat Tar, Bright Varnish, Hand- or SAMrL L. MITCHELL,
spikes, Blocks, Oars, &c. N- 194. F. r EtL,,.,
CASTINGS-Sugar Kettles, Mills and Caul- March 21 1849 9Frtt., i Yk-
drons, Bakteovens,Spiders, Pots, Enameled 4 %2 9.l
Kettles, Tea Kettles, &c., For Liverl)ool.
TINWARE-A full assortment. THE supe io, Al ship SABATTIS,
Wholesale or retail. C '" .Co cox, master will have great dispatch.
-L. D. ROBERTS. A S I'or deck fteigtt only, or passage, apply
Apalachicola, Jan. 24, 1849. to .
D. ohe"ts, April 5 CHAS. ROGERS & Co.
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,. ISON, Post, mstei, will have dispatch
And manufacturers ofTin, Iron, and Cop- for the above Ipoft. For f'ighl, apply- to:
per Wares, April 12. NOURSE;, STONE & CO.
Jan 24 Apalachicola, Fa. For Lierpool .- ,
iThe Protection Insnrance Co. ot f f THE packet ship iSOLON, Biicknam,
New jersey. master, will meet with despatch. For
T-HE subscriber being appointed by the above S passage only, ai. I\ to
SCompany their agent for thiscity, is now April 5 D B WOOD
prepared to.take Fire and.Marine Risks. For Newr ork.
May 11, 1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL. THEfast salg brig WAKULLA,
CA.rFOHNI j Capt. Russell, willhave immediate di
FO CALIFORNIA.GOLD!patch. For eight .Or passage, having
S ,*ce: Ice!' good accommodations, apply to the master, or to
pHE Ice House will he open at 10 o'clock, A April 19 NOURSE, STONE & Co.

X-pi 7- jf "-.#Q -K Ah
jq. a Tlrrzv.-A geutleman wta
.iling oounteaonce, was seen coming down
the steps, lsding to the rooms or tbe $e-,
Cretar of theTreseury and the Secretlary
of the Home Depsrtmet, on Saturday.-
** You Seem pleased" remrkd a i friend.
4 And 'well I may ,"'was the'respOnse, for
'I procured witbo bt'trooble, hat 'for which I
went op." ... I..
I Ah -IUH thea tbere's'scme e ance for
,me." d tiay brighter d. -" A. reity
90od0 alary, i" 0ir i o serious in i ry.
66 No, sir." sid the other, I am niqt an
office adhe r I imerefy ,ent into the rmes-
le/gltfir a'i4/1lk"h 'drink of water! "
TAMSPT-AT TO okoiieiN LztTVIR Wai-
;!. j |a i.mporoint tb those sending let-
leierapoa.r t 0Aii. liat all intended for
treaamisi.bytbele ]6ritish'mail steamer,
,lhertha..b l"s.e for Crept Britain and Ire-
laod, must be:pt-paid at the office of de.
posit,' ive cents for each singleletter. The
New York Comheiahll 'states that the let-
ters for the "Ciahi]," 'on Wednesday,
directed to Paris and ,behr place% on 'the
..Coaitniqi, dropped inth the letterbox at the
post offie, without (le hbove mentioned
pre-payment, were not forwareea.
boror (MAd.) Gazetle says :,
"In Upper Marlboro', the capital of
wealthy county, there is neither a Oilver-
'gmith o.-worchmbker, A'tlmter. tibnher. sadl-
'ller, coach-maker, or baker, either of which
.'Trades would no doubt support a man well-
1''he baker, undoubtedly, could make his
'bread here, provided he were bred to mak-
'ing a good article."
We see that one Mr. Henry Brokpn has
'just married, in Bahliinore, a Miss Bank. So
there is one more batk now broken!--Troy
f( N. .j Post.
But, unlike most other broken banks, pre-
vious "-prIohisses" appear IOhave heen in' t.
and il is likely issues will yet be made.
Franklln County In account with David G.
I ^ Rauey, Treasurer.

->* *

* ..m. joui. ur neiour only Ii mthe Ist ot April-
then it will be open from 6 till 7, and from 12 till
,,'one hour each opening only. Steamboats and
vessels supplied at all hours when in the act of
leaving. Customers will please be punctual, as
the house will not be opened at any other hour'
Rates of selling--Three cents per pound fr rapl
supplies less than a hogshead-by the hhd 2J cts.
Any person wishing tickets can got them by.ap-
plying to the subscriber. Tickets' or cash-nrio
credit A. HANCOCK.
March 8, 1'849. 6-3m1
Oil Cloths and Caiirpets.
1 PCS Oil Cloth, I and 2 yards wide;
," 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
2 Statr ,
ID 'ulfted Rugs,
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street.
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov '28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.
A LARGE assortment of Extracts, Cologne,
&c. &c. for sale by
Dec.-S J C ALLEN & Co
Gold Pens! Gold Pens I
-fF the latest and most approved style, just
- received, and for sale. by
'Nov 18 J C ALLEN & Co.
Saddlery, &e.
ADDLES, ot various patterns and qualities,
Bridles, curb and Snaffle bits,
Saddle Bags,
Martingales and Whips, for sale by
Dec 30 41 Water street.:
City Lots,
-0 Lease or Sale, for which warrantee deeds
FL_ will be given. Apply to
D(c 28 ,H. G. GUYON.
Lemon Syrup. t
A SUPERIOR article, just received and for a
Sale by t
Feb 8 J C ALLEN &S Co. 0
Clarified Sugar. /
\ BBL New York Clarified,just received, t
OJ and for saleby '
Jan 11 C C A GREEN & Cn.

For *New Vor k.
TH'E(ast sailing schooner GEO. E.
PRESCO'TT, Capt. .ilkey, .will have
i dispatchc. For freight or p1asage, apply
to the master, or to
SApril 19 N.OUR3E, STONE & Co.

1 9B.



Apr. 1-To ca.4h p;id Sam'l J. Bryan, for
teaching por childreh....... 83 2C0
5-To cash paid W. Valleau, Clqrk,
for costs of|asil, Comy'vs. ,
Davis, Valleau'and Shepard.. B 2:.
;' 1.-To cash paid H. G. Moses, for
'wIvrkon k ofl mny Jail....'..... 30 C00
WMay I--To kctkpiid 'W. G. Porter & Co,
,,r'reilt of county officds:.....'112 5Q
..; 15--To cash paid J. Lucas, for board
of pauqpr, in jail............1S8 55
19-To cash, p.aid L. W. Spralt, for
.disfbur,.acc't Mrs. Brown..-.. '18
S .rCa64 'lil.iid'C. r:a'day fr" woric ,
,, on County JaiL.. ,.;...;.. 4 2:
Iune'26-Tu cash paid Sam'l J. Bryan f'or
teaching poor childrerl....,:' 80 00
.:6i,"g9-Tocash paid Sam'l.J. Bryan ,fobr
( .'.teaC'iig poor chbt!ren .','..'. ..181 2^
,, r' I. ,'ash paid Jis. P. Roan l'orser-
t Lvces as Couuty Colnmissionr 'b10 00Uo
S",-1-Tpo cash .paid C. Grady lotr servi-
a'se's as lty Commnissioner.. 1' 00
c. 2'-^TP C'dis haid R. G Porter for setr- .
llvi. 'vices as County Corntnioier '10 00
'1lA 13aI-To'cas) paid G. W Kennedy fir
s miccs as Cunty Coronxetr... 61 100
To ,t, pIaid B. Ltica 4or board
of I" paupers in Jail.'.'. .'..'.!. 119 3.1
To cash paid B.'Luc'as for bury-
m, ig C L:lwrence, a pahipr... 00
-o.ca.h paii '4khrts, A'en S
.- .C-b. tor Wrrk on coirity:jafl.".. l5 48
0' L--To c ashi pjcid Sath'1 J. Bryan for
teachi'i,fw,, ciiljdrtr} ..'..... 68 77
IS-Tocash paiidW. VattllearCle lC ,
costs of suit, Ap|tachic(4la
Land C6.'v.:'tfie Ciuti6,..'... 25 95
;' 23-To cash paid W. G. Porter & Co.
__ for rent of cotmh y ofices..'.,.. ") 09
,FeL, 3--'To cash paiil P. ,Hobart.f*'r too-
ney due"the Scc'_' of Statb. .. 2 "9:)
"" *,lt'l'o .csh paid P. Hbart for Pro-
h;te office furniture .... .... 14 01)
23--',, es'4ptir)d Sam'l 'J. Rryan for
repatri, &c. of' Vhlool roobi. 82 00
Mar. 2-'To ca~sh p Raid B. L cas, Sheriff,
Orfi oaring Mary Levwy...... 10 00
3-,')ca'5h piid Sain'l 3.,_Pryvan for
Teaching poor hei'd.ei...... .. 100 40
S7-To cash paid P. Laprae:jlr pro-
visiong for C. Wenlwrli a ,.a
pauper...'. ..', ...... ... .. Sl 0,I
9--To cash paid A. StRegmes .(or ..i
services as Alt'y fir coutll.,vs. i
*Davis, Valleiau and Shepard,. 56 40,
10 -To cash paid Williams &-Ed-
ward 'fur work on county jail. 4 50
S15l-To cash paid Doct Green fdrex-
S mining dead bodies.......... 7 00
S20--1To cash paid P. Lalitade ftor pro<-
visions tor Mrs h'Rh dAi, a p- I
,,. per,-one year ......'.."'..V... '78 -3
S24-Tcdcashpail J. P. Roan, services
.fpAnty Ccommissioner..... 12 00
To cash pa'id W Thompson for I
pl.n.ot Cowlt House.'........ 10 00"
1, ".l-To cash taii M. P. tllis for r
... lfhiqit for sailors in jail.... 7 00
"-Apr. 3-To c sno pauidtO. W. Kennedy for
services qis;oroner.'... .... ;. 24 00
T'o ch paid E11enry Durhaun for
S services,as pilot f6r'road. ... 15 00
3 i--To eaht paid H. F. Simmons f'dr
w"" iitewashin .arademy.'.'.... '8 00
S Tdc.ash paid H F. AJfi) fd sta?. -
-. tinery orrAnty pse .%z.'. 6 51
A.--To cash paid poct. Green ioi e'x-
m.amining b6dy cf M.Doyle.... 10 00
18--To > per cenlt:.cxtnmn lsaions on
S colleclioni,,sa'. ,S,139 S ..6.106 98,
:To balance in hand this day..,i,119 92

aTHIS house has been thoroughly
Srefitted for the season, and the sub-
IC I scriber takes pleasure in intlrming
"* Ithe public that he is rnow in readi-
i. hess 16r.tbe reception of permanent
and transient boarders, at tle usual rates. His
chef d'c?"qi e is an adept, and travellers may
depend upo'-having all the luxuries and delica-
cies of the'iarkct served bp in the best style.
Tile BAB is bow and will ait.all times be kept-
supplied with the choicest Wifies, Liquors, and
Cigars. A continuation of flie, liberal cuit' m
heretofore bestowed, is respectfully coleierrd.

'NTsifASu at Mobile,..............71,851
7Tte'as, ..', ........... 885
Apalachicola,........ 45,415
Other Fa. Portss...... 6,350
-- 124,50
Savannah, ........136,540
S 'Charleston,..........178,237
V, a. andN.C....... 10,200
--- 324,971
R t ,w n,. : ,449,47E
r.a r t e ....2831C
D F ..at New Orleans,..:.'".;. .. 81


Arrived-. ,
1 April l2-Ship Ocearl, 'Browlell, fm Liverpool
Schr N C V, Wright, fm New Orleans.
April 13--Shfiip Manco. Fish, fm Pro;idence.
_- Ship Nestor, Russell,'fm Boston.
SBrig Judge Whitman. Macloon, fm !Key West
Brig Shamrock, Willard, fm Lagua la Grande.
April 14-Bark Louisiana, Emery, fm N Yolk.
0 Brlg.Wakulla, Russell, fm New York.
April 16-Ship Andrew Scott, Emery, fm Boston.
8 Schr Flora, Thomas, fmin Turks Island.
April 17-Brig Almeda, Rowland, fmin N York.
April 18-Schr Louisa Sears, Sears fm N Orleans
S Stearn.er Quincy, Alien, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Southerner, Shaw, from Columbus.
Steamer Palmetto McAlister, fm Columbus.
' Steamer Eufaula, Barns, from Columbus.
Steamer Albany, Morton, fm Columbus.
; Cleared.
April 13-Br bark Rob't Watt, Johnson, for Li-
verpool, by Hi[4, Dawson & Co.
Schr Burmah, McFarland, for Bostop.
April 14-Br. ship John Fielden, Strang, forti-
verpool; by Sims & Cheever.
Schr Pauline, Young, New Orleans.
April 16-Ship Vandalia, Norton, for Liverpool,
by A N McKay & Co.
April 17-Barklr Science, Howland, for Boston,
by NJ Deblois
April 18r-Bark New England, Williams, for N
York, by Wood & Ballou.
Ship Orpha', Williams, cleared fmn New York
for this port April 1.
Brig Moses, Bulkley, was up at New York for
this port March 26, to sail with dispatch.
Ship Failrfield, Lovell, cleared from New York
for this port April 5, ,
Ship Grotius, Leonard, cleared from New York
-for this port April 5 -sailed 7th.
Bark Theoxana, Borland, cleared from N York
for this port April 5.
Brig Herald, Gray, cleared fm New York for this
port April 5.
Bark Cumberland, Lovell, cleared from Boston
for this port April 7;
Ship Sacsusa,- Howard, sailed from Providence
for this port April 9.
Brig Tybee, Ferguson, cleared from. Charleston
for thisport April 9-sailed same day.
Bark Dauntless, Johnson, cleared fm Liverpool-
for this port Feb 21, sailed 26th.
Brig Alabama, Howard, cleared fm New York
for this port March 31.
Iist of Vessels In Port.
Roland, Norcross, 411 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-.S Cassih..,
Ocean, Brownell, 666 tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-S Cassin. .
Nestor, Russell, 396 tons, for Liverpool,'loadping-
W A & P C Kain.
Herculean, Chase, 542 tons, 'for Glasgow, load-
ing- W A & P'C Kain
Leopard, Hopkins, 58. tons, for Liverpool, load-
ing-J C Maclay.
America, (Br) Cornish, 670 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-I M- Wright. .
Solon. Bucknam, 540 tons, for Liverpool,load-
ing--DB Woodr
Sabattis. Cox, 447 tois, for Liverpool, loading-
Charles Rogers & Go.
Elodie. (Ital.) Bussawich, 465 tons, for Trieste,
loading-I M Wright.
Elfzabith Deni-ion, Post, 644 tons, for Antwerp,
S lo.iding-Nourse, Stone & Go.
Mdnco, Fish, 350 ions, for Boston, loading-N J
L'eblois .
Andtew Scoti, Emery, 31i8 tons. fm Boston, ,ait-
S ing--Masier .
:. .. '' .BARQUES.. :
Chase, Chase, 381' tons, for Liverpdoo, loading-
S Cassin. ... *
Callao.Fisher8, 349 fts, for Boston, loading-N
I Deblois. .
Cloelia,. Bartlett, 248 tons, for New* York, load-
S'ing-I M Wright.
Triton; Luce, 267 tons, for Boston, loading-N J
Llwellyn; Pendlet6n, 230 tonhs, for Boston, load-
ing-N J Deblois. .
Louisiana, EmeryM, 248 tons, fm New York, wait-
... BRIGS.
Shamrock, Willard, 195 tons, for New York, load-
ing-Sims d& Gheever.
Wakulla, Russell, 267 tons, for New York, load.
Sing-Nourse, Stone & Co..
Globe, Doane, 239 tons, for Boston, loading-
N J Deblois. II
Gen Wilson, Beckwith, 184 tons, for Boston, load-
ing-N J Deblois,
Vesta, Lawrence, 249 tons, for Boston, loading-
NJ Deblois,
JudgeWhitman, Macloon, 174tons, wt'g-Masler.
Alme'da, Rowland, 191 tons, fm New York, wait-

December 9, 1848.
FriielnmtncrMTib 'o ,
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Governor of wMo da. .z.i,
WTW HEREAS, It 'i required by law that :Oeleo-
S tion be held, in this Slate on the first Mon-
day in May next, for a Register of Pubilic Lands,.,
to hold until the first Mor.day in October, 183- ;
also, f6r Judges of Prbate for the s'Aal CdWl
ties, to hnldtill IIlefirsl Monday of Ocibler, 1851,
and for Jus'tice! r:,d' I le Peace for each District.in
:he several Counties, to hold for two years,'" (all
of said officers to continue in office till their suc-
cessors sball be-elected and qualified :) ., 1
IT is HEREB- ORDr.RED, That th sardelec-
lion be held throuchli,,1t the Stat aw, and the ortfcer? t Ih;q.s du:y it is (t order said
elections will take notice htcof., .;
Witness my hand arid Cie great seal f the
: .State given at thp Capi.:.l, Ihis 20th day
.SEAL.] 'Of Janmary, A. D. 1849f, ard of Ihe In-
'dependence of the United States the
73d year.
D. M OS'ELEY, Governor.

i Total Increas:.......... ....... .421,168
SThe "'.ports.. foreign, -coilpared wrh last year
exhibit an increase;: ,' BALES
To Great Britain........ ........... i. 395,4:2;
To France, a decrease of .........50,647
S" Other Foreign Pots, .......... 2.569
S---- 53,21(
STotal increase to Foreign Ports....'....... .242,20(
To Northern Portsthe exports are'179,149 ^ale"
more thanlast year, Aindtlhe stock on hand in all
the U S. Ports shows a decrease,, compared with
tht of last year, of.28,106 bales. ..
Co. rroN.-The receipts during thie past week
amount to 3,581 bales, and the exports to 8,443,
leaving the stock on hand. including all on ship-
board not cleared, 40,087, against 28,012 bales
same lime last year. -
The week preceding the one under review,
closed with a fair inquiry for. Cotton, the sales of
Saturday amounting to 550-.bales at ourquotations.
f The [irrent week opened .with a good demand,
the busin-ss 'if M'iMonday resulting in the sale of
1030 bales at very full prices Tuesday and Wed-
nesday there was less done,.the aggregate sales of
the two days amounting to 1100 bales. Wednes-
day evening's mail, put us in'possesasibn of tele--
graphic news of the steamer "Niagara's" arri-
val withtwo weeks later intelligence. Thisnews
c:ised a suspension of operations in a great mea-
Sm-re dniring Thursday and Friday,*the sales.'of the
iw.v'iays not exceeding 500 bales at prices current
before the news. OnrSaturday an active demand
X i-qng up, which continued throughout the-day,
;h.u.ii)'jrcii'ns reaching 1800 bales, the market
cl,-mg flNl i higher than our last week's quota-
iiJs This advance -was not all gained on Sat-
urday-the market gradually hardened the whole
week. rimost of the sales bei,g above our last
weeks qmtotations.-'. The decline in freights has
probably had some influencein stiffening the price
of.ct'on. The ird]l sales l"4'ih "Week amount
to 44 balea, i.i k'e rn p ncip i'ly for foreign 'm Arkets.
Our quotations cdrrsponrid a' near af possible to
the closingTuates of Sdiurday.
Inferior....... .......... '..". ..... .-
Or -'to Godd Oid. ..............51 a'6
Middlihg ....'... ............. 6j a6
SGood Middalig.' .................-- a6
_iddlibg.Fdir.... .................. 6 a 6
Fa r .:,.....-.........................61 a 7 :
Fnfi rHTs.-The arrival of a large number of
small vessels, and Iw lsmall'quantity of'cotton of-
fering for Northern paris, has caused a decline in
colastwise feighis, engagmeints to New York ha-
ving been inade at Ie To Boston, we have heard
of no enlargements below I. :For PrAidence, se-
veralivesseis have offeredat -c but there not be-
ing 'safficie.'t.ctliqn fr that port to make, up a
cargo, no engagements .have been made. To
foreign ports the rates remain unchanged.
To Liverpool...I ...... ...'.'..... d.
New York .. :. ...... ... .... .. ._
l .. .~.. ... ...... Ic. 1
Boston;.... ...'. .. .... .... Ile .
Proviidence. ; .-...;- .... .....| c.

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School Books,
1"RT 'leby
J- Feb .17 IHF BELL.
D DysentarY Cordial.
I"D. WOODRUFF'S Dysentary Cordial, just
Received and for sale by '
'Dec9 H F ABELL.
Citron, Currantls, Raisins, Letu-
ons, &ce. e : ,:."
TUST received in fine order and for sale by-
SJan 11 C A GREEN& 'Co.
Hemp and Cotton uck.
A FINE, assortment just received from New
York, for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.
DOTATOMS-I00 bbls. (planting) justreceiv-
ed and for sale by,
Bagging anud Rope.
O9n" PCS. superior Kentucky Bagging,
.* W' 100 coils ; Rope,
Just received and ior sale low for cash, or ap
proved paper, by ,
Feb 1 46 Water street.
W V )1DRUF, 'S Anti-bilious Pills, for sale by
V F eb 1, 3J--C'ALLENJ & Co.

.{.We are authorized to announce, JOHN
BEARD as a candidate for the office of Register
of Public Landcs--delection on first Monday in
May next. mar. S-td*

Y"^ A. McINTYRE respectfully informs the
T. -citizens of Apalachicola that he has taken
a room at the Mansion House, where 'he will be
prepared to serve them professionally.
April 12 11-tf


I.Election Notice.
AN Election will be held at the Apalachicola
SPrecinct, in the County of Franklin, State
of Florida, on the first Monday in May next, for
a Register of Public Lands, to hold until the first
Monday of October, 1850; also for a Judge of
Probate for Franklin County, to hold till the first
Monday of October, 1851 ; and for four Justices
of the Peace for Franklin County, to hold for
two years; all of said officers to continue in office
till their successors shall be elected and qualified ;
andofsaid election H. R. Taylor, Wm. A. Wood
and Charles Pratt will act as Inspector6s and make
return thereof according to law. .
". Judge of Probate.
Apalachicola, April 18, 1849."

Osnaburgs. ,
GEORGIA and Lowell Osnabtirgs, always on
hand, at the lowest ratres bv
J:anll .., C \ cGREEN & Co.
Ago KEGS new leaf, for sale by
;4e-Jan.11 -.C A GREEN & Co.
S:EIDLLTZ and Soda Powders, just received
Sand for.sale by
Feb 8 J C ALLEN & Co.
Advances on Cotton.
l7"Eare prepared to make liberal advances on
Cotlon, consigned to our friends in New
York, Liverpool, Havre, Antwerp and Rotter-
dam. COURSE, STONE & Co.
Feb 1 46 Water street.

.T " :. "57 33'

-'rldr. f20- By b-lahce cabh on harid pe st-
S' tHement this date..... ..,,., ,717 64
"'MayM6--By cash of John Lucas, Tax Col---
lector .... .. ....... ... *'.866 67
,:; .unelg-By .cash of Benj. Lucas, Tax ,
t Collector, (for I184)1...6....'. 60 45
1 Jana 13-By cash of Benj. Lucas, Ta.
S .. Collecto ..... ..... ... 732 82
-'- l--By caobsf K. W. Kennedy. Cor-
S : oner, f6r acc't of M. Doyle... 13 :00
-a "'b --By ceth of Benj. Lucas, Tax -
L ," ,>if . 'l' ec to r ,. -.' .. . .4 0 6 7 5
f'd . --By eh of John Iucas, Tax Col-.
{,` : ^ ectOTf, for 1847).;.....,.. 60 00
t' "! '.^. '' / i." ; -- ^ ; :. "? $2 85 r
'Apr. 16L-By.ba3aike ti ihand thi day, :
. ..:*, ad a br ove..;. ,. ,...: .... $1,19 9
.' *., ..*' *. ... ,. County Tieasg rer :.
2 ...4 .. Ailapchicola, 16th April, 1849.
.Enoinped and compared with the vouchers
A"" 'nd lJand correct. .
S-,:A,. 1 A. BENNETT.Pres't of the
S (' L Bdard.of County Commissioners.
i ..... R.G.P0BTK, County Commis-
., t. $ SImXONs," I sioners, Frank-
"COam*LiU8 GRAViY, l in Co,, State
J.P. PROA, J of Florida.
...Atchicola. th"i April, 184).

.] :W4l is L;o'Woodley, 1) D.,
.' AVING settled himself at Apalachicola,
I oflbrs his professional services to the public.
Having been constantly engaged during the last
twenty-three vears in the practice ol his pro-
fession in North Carolina, Virginia, Alabama and
Florida, he flatters himself that he is familiar
'with the character and minodes of treatment of the
prevailing diseases of this section of country.
He may be found at his office, opposite the bar'-
ber's shop, at any hour in the twenly-f6ur. ,
March 14, 1849. 7-3m1
VELLOW Pine, assorted sizes and qualities,
X Juniper, ,, ,
Oak Plank, Wheel Arms and Bucket Plank, for
SFeb 8' Comminercestreet.

Cotton Trade .
: TAR, ,
YEARs. 184J-9 1S47-8 184t6;7 845-6
To G-reat Brildin 114244 .618W22- .29RM-1' .657599
Frace ..... 206113 .256760 .15929 76913
..Other F.P ris .193133 .195702 .95798 ..933G6
TolaLBales ... 1413490 1n012,4 .753298 .927878
Receipts ........ 2237396 1816228 1507385 1647663
Stocks.......... .585950.614056 409572 .486721

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

C ORN-1500 bushels river bottom" white
corn, in sacks, for sale by .
Mar. 29 D B WOOD.

Receipts. ExportaWs. Stocks.
1848.......,; .... 141711 108071 34147
1847........ i,. ....98967 74172 :25373
1846........ .....87514 54185 34317
1845. .............. 61065 27949
184..'............136659 103485- 33177
1843 .....,........ 109067 87967 21311 -:
842 ........:.....100123 82752 17581

Fever and Ague.
0 SGOOD'S India Cholagogue, an unfailing
remedy for Fever and Ague, aid other bil-
ious diseases, for sale by : -
March 22 ..H: ABELL.

BACON, Hams, Sides and Shoulders, just re-
ceived and for sale by
Feb 1 B. ELLISON & Cos

Irll till 111T IjInUIU miiuI.

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Wholesale Prices Current.

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BAGGING, Kentucky,......... yd 18 a IY
Dundee, ..........yd 23 a
Peanu",.... .......yd 11 a 12
BALE ROPE, Kentucky...... lb 9 a 10
Northern,..... lb
SManilla,........ lb a 10
BREAD, Navy,..... ........ cwt 4 a 4
Pilot...............cwt 5 a 6
COFFEE, Rio ................Ib .7 a 7
*Havana,.... .........Ib 8 a 10
Java,... ........... Ilb 11 a 12
CANDLES, Sperm,............. lb 95 a 37
CORDAGE, Manilla............ Ib a 20
Hemp,............ Ib a 12
Tarred,...........lb a 15
CIDER, Northern,............bbl 500 a 600
Brown Shirtings,....yd 4j a 7,
Sheetings,.... yd 7 a 12i
Tickings,....... ....yd 10 a 20
Cottonades,....... ..yd 12 a 22
CalicoPrints,....... yd 5 a 25
Kentucky Jeans,..... yd 20 a 5.0
DUCK, Russia,.:............ ..yd 18 a 20
DYES, LogW'd, Campeachy,..ton
V St. Domingo,.tolln
Fustic, ................. ton
Indigo ..................Ib 50 a 75
FLOUR, Northern, ........... bbl 700 a 750
Western,............bbl '5 75 a 600
FISH, Cod .....................box 250 a 450
Mackerel, No. 1.........bbl a 12 00
No. 2,.......bbl .700 a 800
No. 3,,.......bbl 500 a 600
HERIRING,.... .'....:........ box 50 a 100
FRUIT, Almonds,............. b
Raisins,.............box 275 a 300
S 'Prunes,................Ib 20 a 25
S Currants,...............lb 16 a 18
S Figs, ............ ....... Ib 12 a 14
Lemons, ...........box 400 a 450
FURS, Otter,.................... 400 a 450
FEATHERS, ................. lb
GRAINI, Oats,. ............. bush 50 a 60
Corn,. ..............bush 60 a 65
GLASS, ................... box 250 a 500
HAY, ... ................ cwt 50 a 1 00
HIDES, lt r................lb a
Dry, codntry,..........*Ib 5 a -6
IRON, Engliish................lb 4 a 5
S3wedes,..; ............. Ib 4j a 5h
Hoop, .................. Ib 6 a 8
Sheet,. ....... .......... Ib 8 a 10
Nail Rods,.., ...... lb 6 a 7
Casting. American ..... Ib 4 a 6
Boards, White Pihe,...... M
Yellow "' ......M1000 a 1600
Staves,.. ,............. M
White Oak'Heads,.......M 12 00 a
Heading ...... M
LEAD, Bar, .................. lIb 6 a 61
Sheet,.....i........... lb 10 a 12
LIME,..................' .....bbl 200 a 300
MOLASSES N. 0..,........gal 25 a 27,
NAVAL STORES, Pitch,....bbl a 450
Oakum,.bale a 400
Rosin,...hbl 150 a 200
Tar,......bbl 125 a 150
NAILS,................. ....keg 500 a 525
OILS, Linseed,...............gal i, a 25
Olive,............. .bottle 50 a 62j
Sperm,........... .......gal 112 a 175
Lard,. ............ .... gal 80 a 90
Tanners' ............... gal
Castor .................gal 175 a 200
PROVISIONS, Pork, Mess,...bbl 12 00 a 14 00
M. O ....bbl a 12 00
Prime,..bbl a 0 00
Bacon Hams, ..........Ib 8 a 12j
-1 canvassed, ..Ib a
Sides,...........lb 5 a 7
S. Shoulders,.......lb 5t.a 6j
LARD, ................... .Ib 9 a 9
BUTTER, ...................b 24 a 5
CH.ESE,...................Ib 9 a -121
PorATOES, ......... ......bbl a 8 00
PEANUTS,................... bush 75 a 85
R[ICE, ............... ....... b. b 4 ai 5
SPICES, Cassia ................lb 45 a
SPICES, Cloves, ..............lb 371 a 50
Gingerroot,......... b 9 a 10 -
... ground,.......lb 11 a 121
Nutmegs, ............lb 212 a 2 50
Peppr,............. Ib 9 a 12
SU-GAR, N. Orleans, .......... Ih 5 .a 7
St. Croix........... .Ib 8 a 10
Loaf,....... .:...... Ib 11 a 112
SALT, Liverpool,....... ... sack '100, a 125
Coarser,. ............ bush 62k a :75
STEEL, Cast,.............. cwt 1800 a 25 00
German..... .... cwt 12 00 ,a i5 00
IOAP,................. .... ...Ib 4 6
SPIRITS, Brandy, Cognac,... .gal 200 ,A 4 00
Gin, Holland, ......gal 137 a 150
S American,...... gal 40 a 42
Rum, N. E.........gal 37 a 40,
Whiskey, Rect. ....gal 20 a 22
Alcohol,............ gal 62j a 75
SKINS,Bear,..............:...,,. 100 a 125
Deer,...........o.....'.... 7 a 8
SItOT, allsizes, ............... Ib 7 a 7f
'OBACCO,....................lb 8 a 60
'EA, Young Hyson,............lb 60 a 80
S Souchong,...............lb a 50
'IN.- ._ -
'I'NE,'Baling,..........' ib 18 a 20
Seine, .............. Ib a 37j
WINES, Maderia.............gal 1'00 a 300
Champagne, ......doz 100Q a 18 00


Cotton w statement, Last
... t v, air.
Stock on hdnd Seli. 1, Ib-l4.'.... 5'7 578
IReceived past 3 days.......... -1035
previously ........ 140676-
Total ....... 1 142218 99545
Exposed past 3 days.........1.6975
S previously ..........101096
Total....... -- 108071 74172
On hand andonshllipboard otcleared 34147 258373










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D. lll9"isU ft Co., Cor. Wa.c r und
Chestnut sts.
:, f k 4 i): ) : Y.
I^'l. \, I I ,,;) C ),r.ili (,f all lizeas.
l iw )>:.-* ii )-, V ),ni, A. l il-ri-0, 41i111i-
idyart, t .1,iq < ', J.rin *:)i: t'll l). ,V:'. le lo, olive
0do, Il, -.l I { iw I.,. i il-d dJo. -,uriitts '7r-r
S'p m'l i ', 13'4i lts. Vi Il) w ; is.). l Vl, ty, \W ilie
'Lt1l, 4,0 rli,. Y'l!, v )ceirt', COron4- tht',en,
(i11 rl iL 1, I n >,-I il d.J,. iirn Yellow, Ver-
4 'i, d '^ i l r.,,., 111l, 4r. Uri4hl Varnish, (oll
d,., rtrt t i l il, it ,Irp-itinef, G,.1l, PNint
flf.'.+. V'ir~fiin I 'Tdtr4s, Slcrb 4lo. Cianip do,
a'u,> 3,e'(, il >lt, Wiiitinsr, Russia Ductk, 1sng.
i ,i,, CG)ttron +), IIeavy Ravens* do, Light d(f,
W3:t,, BlIre All .'trI B.l-tiIII, Nails, Copper do,
.o 'racks, Shiip Spikes, Bont do, Brads, Screws,
.ack Su'ews, Atlchor, [Hiin+Jpikes, Capstai .
S3%r, 04ra, Blocks, Slhves, J2j. Hanks, land
P'mps, D+ck Backer. Qedar-, Deck Brooms,
Srn dfiiPi inf.w VWllefs, Sarvingido Axes Axe
[elves, Ho-o nd Thimbles, Bok Hooks, Bate do,
Oaa do. Cotton do, Boit do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons stking Iron., VIarline Spikes, Ship Scra-
Sre, Bung Dippers. Cook's Ladles. Tornrintors,
Dividersa, C>missea. Sail Needles, Sail 'Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets. Chisels,
AUgtIrs, Plane, H-nd*:tiws, Gimblets. Iandsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stockdo, Hooks and Staples, Hinges. Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Il-ayilyards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fiah do, Ha[nd Leads, Deep
Sea do. Sheet do, B.ir do, Finels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Line. Pitch Pots, L,q7 Rooks, Cargo do,
Belaying Pin., "'ri W'ar-, Crockery, Carpenter's
. To:w, 3,:ui,,d.-: P,..ts, \i.c "C.
.A.:d ,ehi,,l-. !),-'! f. 14t7
Groccripei tnd Si Slb Stores.
RIO C0 iN,)rthern Flour, IVe;tern d ); N 0 ,Snlir,
St. Croix d-,, Porto ilicod',, Vltuna Hyson Tea,
Hyon ilo. Powqc'o'nq' d, S-)'ichong do, G-oshc.n
Batter, Charse, L trd, B icon L lnis, Sides, Shil-
dara, AItlasies, XV'liskev, .\IsIan'l l Prn i c Beef,
Me*, in m'r Pork, '\Iicierl S'lrtd, S ilinon,
Herring, ,ound is'ld iontA'i'Sa, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, G ttsaps, Pepper S.iice, Olives,
COIers, Pickles, SR.p, Sturch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread], Pilot do, Crackerrs, Vinegar, Dj'ied [ruits,
B.;!ti J tlt, ltisis ,si Iitc.roni, Vermaicelli, Ar-
row Htoot, Corn, Oas, Bickwhentt, Mustard, Itice.
Forsale by B. ELL1SON & CO
0-0 9. \Cor. Water arid Chef-tnut sts.



Drugs, Medieines, Paints sOLU4
Dye-Stuffs, Perfumiery, '&w o
*-- THE undersigned returns hiethmka
S to his friends and the public iaort.l.ir
] liberal patronage, and bee ato jhfrt
That he is now receiving ano additioan-
lff*al supply, which added to, his former
stock,: renders his assortment unusually larim
and complete. English, FrenVch;Oepio, n an$
American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perf6mery; G]Ms
and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c, are ofee
to'Physicians, Country 'Merchants and oth1ers-o0
the most liberal terms-all of which he.*arrah
pure and unadulterated.
H.'F. ABE]tM "
Wholesale and Retail Dinggost,
45 `Watr street.
Apalachicols, Nov. 21,.1848 : .'. :
Drugs and medictnes .,-:-.
"*...,H L "THE suhscribers has, and' irj
It constantly have,on hand,a coipltPte
^IfMassortment of'. DRUGS ard :M.ED].
SCINES, which they will warrant
.,, pure and ol'the best quality. Country
Mer chants and ..Planters will find it
to their ad6Wtn&ns (ocall, examine and price their
Goods, before purchasi, elsewhere.
N: B. PhysicianIs prescritA1igs put up witl,
care and accuracy at any hour.ol |_'da or night.
J. C. AIL'EN' Co.
Jan IS Co6r. Centre and Comhierchias.
-3. SPENCE,.
^^*PI 'S-econd Story Baltzeltls'BtYNrj#,p
.(i.:. (Entrance on Chestnutqst1!*
N B.:Watches, Clocks'and Jewelry carefully ,
repaired. October 21, 1847.

Mo'Bo alin Saloon and Blliai -
I oom.
r-HE proprietor of the," AIthenaeum Bowling
L Saloon" has.-used every endeavor to make
the establishment aii agreeable place of resort,
.apd .ii I lhai;nl',hat an ever discriminating pub;.
'lic prove by liberal patridiige their appreciation
of' his desire to please. He will always. keep a
choice assorlmcent of Liquors, anti refreshing
averagess, of a sort to tickle the pal'ates of Old
Bacchus' most_ fastidious -sons;' arnd OJser1,
cool and,deli'cicius, fresh from their hialite baitki
For a pleasant commingling of exercise and
an,'nw,,.r --rtile, upI dulee--there i nolhin'i
wi;hlii thile circle (.1" .:nii afl ics to comra are %iirh
a gWnP 0ol t1rii .1ir; bul Ihose preferring less
aclive aill ,Ili r iT',s rcan wa/a9',-fq Aea ha/ v .
*l C.Ine -Ine--c.'onie all "
Aplnacichola, Dec 30,'T;-17-4. 511tf
tn11 Subscribers take thissk.ethod of infior'm-
- g,?* the citizens of' ATpalachiteola anl it* vi.
cinity, that they have now on haqd a very iiea'
and h'ellselected Stock ot' GOODS, which will 6t
sold low, consisting in pert as followss:
Cloths and Cassimeres, various sivles,
Fancy Prints, do --.-_.
Alapaca Lustre; do Figured, .. ""
SIll ,9 Frode Ryne,
do. Monlella
do. Satin Striped
Fancy Cishmere Robes
'Ao. Merino do.
do. Delaine do.
Mfuslins, india Book
,.'do. Si\ i-s, Luce and Colorc
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread
Shawls, Damask Silk -
do. Marino,
-do. r Plaid-Wool .
Iid, Lace andSilk Gloves
Tnskan Gipsey Bonrtis, latest lashiion
Ribbons in all lariclirs ," .
Ri,.ivn .:hirlnlle, 7-8,44-Aand3-4 +
UBI,-jcled do. 7-8, 3-4,'4-410;4 and 11-4
Blankets, 6.4 and 8-4:-
Ingrain and-Cotton Carpetlig..
Cprret Rass .
1 H it nrdl Caps. all lstlts
B,-',,,. aid Slies ;.
f I6r5 h i, oul all kinds
Also-, 'a neat nelsortment f JEIVRLRY, a>a
crrarly othe& artfilesztoo rjurnery.r-i' to rr.eiillioi.
Call andf eidmille `l0r %nurseplveg.
Dec 2. Cor. Water and Centre sls.
1.1on, Ntniis*,.c ..
-)(\T(ONS S%%ede Inrn, assorted sizes.;
20'. 1..', iiegs Naill do
4- caskl; W'Ceding Hco3, assorted qilities;
2.0O Blacksmnilh S-teel Faced ,nvils;
0 2 Enilish andAme icanVises; Vis
0 Bellhws; .
1'2 dozen Spades and Sbovels4
40 Collins' Axes; .. .
11 bxs Collon and VpolTn Cards;
1 eaue Rowland's Caot Steel l lA Saws;
1000 Jbs Cust and Ge'rman iS el, forsale by ; i^
..Dec 30 41 Water skreet..
'; Bools and Shoes. -
"BOY'S and Men's Russel Brdgans; '
3 Men'-sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans ; .
Gents fine Calf Brogans;
Wm's pee'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do: "l
Super Ladies' Kid and Mrbmcco Shoes;
SnpPr Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Booto |
A large a hd extensive c>38ort'enrT,ifJ t ceined 8!,
and for sale by WM. G PORT Sc O. 1
Dec 30 ., ,._ ,.,41 Water street:
lHenry'9 lmaine'sia :.
BUL'L'S, Sand's, Brisr0l's and 'Bait,'scomr n
D pound fluid extract of SafisaptltiSejU lt re -
ceived, and for sale by .' ,.r
F'eb 17 *H F BELL.

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matter whettlci- the result of inherent cause of" 2L.fll nOtfCrfl
causes produced by irregularity, illness or acci- (R gl N It
de.nt. Nthling can be more si'tprising than its p ....,
inviiorating effects on the trxian frame. Per- .ii
sons all weakness a.id Lassiude, Iroln taking it, VS .. i or D.ivorce.
at once become robust and full of energy under r .... ... ,h ....
its influence. It immediately counteracts the I' HE Defendant ot having plead, answered
nervelessness ofl the female trame, which is the or de ed to compl. at's ill alter due
,rear cause of Barrenness. It will not be ex- notce of the fili'" thereof, given by publication,"
"~~ .id the said b'ill of- complaint arid the matters
pected otf us, in cases ol so delicate a nature, to and the ad of Plt and the matters
exhibit certificates of cures performed but we theren stated having been taken for con essed
can assure the afflicted,' that hundreds of cases against said defendant: on motion of Solicitor
can ssue [e amcte, tai unorus [ esesfor complainant, it is Aeidec'fthat said cause be
have been reported to us. Thousands of cases for haplainant, Ie is deaed thatsaid cause be
where families have been without children,after set for hearing at the first y of'the next term
using a lew bottles of this invaluable medicine, oi ths Cour and that notce uch hearing
have been blessed with fine, healthy offsprifig. 'be given to the defendant.by the publication of a
copy of" this order, once a week for the'space-of
To ^ ? Itoter adar ied adies. ., .,,T^^^^^
To Mothers and M~arried Ladles* three months prior to the first day of the next
This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly term, in the Commercial Advertiser, a newspa-
prepared in reference to female complaints. No per published in the.city of Apalachicola.
female who has reason to suppose she is approach- A Copy. WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
ing that critical period, "The turn of life," December 1, 1848. 4 49-3m
should neglect to take it, as it is a certain pre-
ventative for any of the numerous and horrible r-HE Subscribers have on hand and offer for
diseases to which females Are subject at this time Xl sale on liberal terms-
of life. This period may be delayed fjbr several SUGAR-10 hhds and 50-bbls N. Orleans;
years by using this medicine. Nor is it, less val- 10 boxes Woolseys & Stuart's loaf;
uable for those who are approaching womanhood, FLOUR-100 bbls superfine St Louis and'Ohio;
as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening COFFEE-50 sacks Rio-and Maracaibo;
the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed, MOLASSES-10 bbis new crop ;
thiis medicine is invaluable for all the delicate WHISKEY-"50 bbls and half bbls;
diseases to which women are subject. 'LARD-5 bbls and il 0 kegs ;
It braces t lie whole asvstem, renews permabent- SOAP-koi t pLle, yellow and' white;
ly the natural energies, by removing the impuri- STA ICH-lr', ubx.-s Col;gate's;
ties of the body, not so far stimulating as to pro- PORKI-20 b!;ils mness and prince;
duce sub.aeqnent relaxation, which is the- A-e, of BFEF--20 bbls prime;
most medicines taken for'"lemale, weakne.,aInd -'_'O13ACCO---r b- sand, hl f hxa ravow randi;
'disease. By Using a few bottles of this ine&4frt, BACON --, casks sides'and haams; ".
many severe and painful surgical operations may N ,CCAR.ON[-5 boxes Italian;
be prevented. 0 V..II' ELL .-; do do;
.Oreat Blessing to Mothers and rRlsbRF'-RRIEN--q0 quarter Ibbls;
Children. IitM lr---; I I CS --35 bales sheetipgs arnd shirtings;
It is the safest and most effectual medicine for OSNABURGS-10 bales L.bweil ai'd Georgia;
purifying the system, and reli.vihngthe sufferings -'"-' l T....rted sizes;
attendant upon child-birth ever discovered. It '. -9F -1-101 whole, hf and qr boxes;
strengthens both the motherand child, prevents BUL tfM% *''H EA 20kegs new;
pain and disease, increases and enriches the rood, A.1 DS-200 pund
those who have used it think it is indispensable. B IT'TFR-7-25 kegs Goshen and Western;
It is highly useful both before and after confine- CHEESE-" 20 bxs English dairy;
ment, as it prevents diseases attendant upon BRAE Y-So hf pipes Otard, Depuy Martel;
childbirth-in Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swell- LWIONS--5 boxes d Sicily; ,
ing of the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn, Vom- WINES-2 doz superior Madena and Sherry;
iting, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pailis, ALE--dozen pale;
Hemorrhage, and in regulating the secretions and Pickles, Sauces, Olives, Brandy Cherries and
equalizing the circulation it has no equal The Can"dy, a full assortment."
great beauty of this medicine is, it is always safe, C. A. GREEN & Co.
and the most delicate use it most'successfully, ec 2 52 Water street.
very few cases require any other medicine, in Warranted to Cure.1'
some a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful. .OSTER & COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic,
Exercise in the open air, and ligt.t food with this compounded from medicines of our own
medicine, will always ensure a sate and easy con- forests, a perfect and lasting cure for fever and
finement. agne, and fnor l-in" the h be- Tonic in ca.Iof,-

An Ordinanue,
To raise a Revenue for the me :f the Ctt of
9paaechicola,for the year 1849, andfor other
SEc. 1. Be it ordained by the lMayor and
Council of the City of Jlpalachicola, That the
following taxes be levied upon'all property and
persons within the limits of the City of Apalach-
icola, at the rates and in the manner hereinafter
provided, regard being had to the real'vilue of
the same, viz: "
Upon the full value of all unimproved real
estate the sum of thirty-five cents.on each and
every hundred dollars of said value, to' be as-
sessed by the City Assessor;
Upon all town lots, and otherreal estate, on
which is erected a dwelling house or other build-
ing, (except such as are owned and used only for
public worship,) the sum of thirty-five cents on
each and every hundred dollars of the full value
threof, including the improvements thereon, to
be assessed by said assessor;
Upon all wharf property the sum of thirty-
five cents on each and every hundred dollars of
the full value thereof, to be assessed by said
Upon the :gross amount of all sales of goods,
wares, merchandise, lumber and'timber, sold at
private sale, from the first day of February, 1848,
to the first day of February, 1849, the Am of
fifteen cents on each and ever hundred dli6ars;
Upon the gross amount of All receipts lor Whar-
fage the sum of fifteen cents on each and every
hundred d6tlars;
Upon the-gross amount of all receipts for cot-
ton comprrsae'd the -sunm f fifte;i-ntantoftc
and every hundred dollars; .
Upon the gross amount of all receipt's '"rising
from the sale of lottery tickets the sum of five
dollars on each and every hundred dollars;
Upon 'the gross amounfit 6f all commissions, or
fees of every a6utioieer, comriission mercha. t,
factor, or broker,-the summ.of one dollar and fifty
cents on each and every hundred dollars; 'a'il
upon the gross amount of all premiums'of each
and every insurance company, or agency of such
company, from the first day of February, 1848, to
the first day of February, 1849, the 'sbtn of' one
dollar anWd.fiftv cents on each antd every hundred
dollars of'such premiums.;
Upon the'amount 6f all bills of'exchange pur-
chased, taken 'or remitted, for account ,f any
banking institution, out of the limits of this
State, or on account of any individual, residing
in or out of the State, dealing in exchange, the
sum of fifty cents on each' a6d every one thoti-
sand dollars;
Upon each and every lawyer, physician, sur.
geon and dentist, engaged in the practice of his
profession, the sum of one dollar on each and
every hundred dollars of-their annual professional
income; .
Up;on each. and every white male inhabitant,
6ver the age of twenty-one years, who shall have
resided within the corporate limits of this city
for thirty days preceding the publication of this
ordinance, the.sum of one dollar; !
.pon each and every free person ofcolor the
sum of twenty-five doIllars;
Upon, each and every slave, under the age of
twelve years; seventy-five cents; and upon each
and every slave, of twelve years of age and pvr_,
the sum of one dollar, to be paid by the owner
or person hiring such slave or slaves, or having
him, her or them in possession;
Upon all cotton not passing through the'hands
of persons engaged in regular commission bnsi-
ness, and on which taxes hae not been:.paid,
there shall be assessed and collected the sum of
twenty-five cents upon each and every bale ;
Upon each and every horse or mule, texccpt
those used in licensed drays, the sum of' fitty

l" may be, imposed by ordimace doti'f ity
Council., -..: : ,. r,.' ;
SSEC.; Ii: Be it ftrther mvdaitr, -,.rlt *bIo
ever i&e Tax Colleetor. Whall&Ucd that the-al.w
sor has oinittetdany person or property fw0 ttpo
taxalion, it shall be his duty, and he iq,herek
-required to report the same to the City COpHCi
and enter th same on:tbe aasewmeat roll of'tie
city, and to .collect' the regular tax.on all stch
persons or property,
SEC. I'0 Be* it fuirtheordained-.' Tii .Uaofor_
dinances or parts ot ordinances, 6bi4Cting w'44
the provisions of this ordinance,'be audthdawn
are hereby refaled, ; .. .*
Passed by Council, l'7th March, 184, "
WM. VAILcTr. alerk. -*

Townsend's Sarsaparilla.
Wonder and Blessing of the Age.'
The most extraordinary Medicinb'in the World!
This Extract is put up in Quart Bottles: it is six
times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted su-
perior lo any sold. *It cures without
vomiting, purging, sicken i rigr
debilitating the Patient.
The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsa-
parilla over all other medicities is, that while it
eradicates the Iisea-e, it invigorates the body. It
is one of the very best
Ever known; it not only purifies the whole sys-
tem, and strengthens the person, but if creates
new, pure and rich blood: a power possessed by
no other medicine. -And in this lies the grand
secret of its woimerful sticcess. It has pierforrmed
within the last five years, more than 1)00,01')
cures ot severe cases of disease; at least l15,000
were considered incurable. It has saved the lives
of more than 5000 children during the two past
10,00 eases of Geaecrl Debility
and want of Nerkrous Energy.
Dr. T'rowisend's Sarsaparilla invigorates the
whole system permanently. To those who have
lost their muscular energy by the effects of med-
icine or indiscretion .committed in youth, or the
excessive indulgence of the passions, and brought
on a general physical prostration of the nervous
system, lassitude, want of ambition, ftainting sen-
sations, premature decay anrid decline, hastening
towards that fatal disease, Consumption, can be
entirely restored by this pleasant remedy. This
Sarsaparilla is far superior to any
'Invigorating Cordial,
As it renews and invigorates the system, gives
activity to the limbp, and strength to the muscu-
lar system, in a most extraordinary degree.
Consumption 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
Flush, Night Sweats, Difficult or Profuse Ex-
pectoration, Pain in the Side, &c., have been
and can be cured.
Spitting Blood.
New York, April 2S, 1847.
Dr. Townsend-I verily believe that your Sar-
saparilla has been the means, through Providence,
ot 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, and was greatly debilitated and reduced,
and did not expect to live. I have only used your
Sarsaparilla a short time, and there has a won-
derful change been wrought in me. I 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.
tlaeumatis r.
Ths 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
James Cummings, Esq., one of the assistants
in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's Island, is the
gentleman spoken of in the following letter:
Blackwell's Island, Sept. 14, 1847.
Dr. Townsend-Dear Sir: I have suffered ter-
ribly tor nine years with the Rheumatism ; con-
siderable of the time I ecnuld not eat, sleep or
walk. "I had' the utmost distressing pains, and
my timbs were terribly swollen. 1 haveused
four bottles'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-
efit of the afflicted.
Yours, respectf,-llv,
Fever a-i:!' Agive.
Dr. nr',viqend's arsa ,arila is uneqnalled in
cases of the Chills aBd Fever and T,n. The
following letter is only one of.hundredi that we
have received from the South and West of like
Oqwego, Mich., Oct 22, 1847.
Dr. Townsend : Doar qi-IT purchased lor my
wif t-two, b.-ittles of Sarsaparilla -of your A.ent,
Mr. McNairi of' Kalamazoo, to try it for the Fe-
ver and Aaue, Before I had finished the first
bottle, it appeared to warm the blood, and every
other day, when the Chills and Fever appeared,
they were less violent; and before she had fin-
ished the bottle,.she was entirely relieved, and
she was much better than she had been before
she. took the Ague. A lady that. had been very
sick with the Chills and Fever, but had broke
them with Quinine, and was left in a very weak
and distressing state, and troubled exceedingly
with'ttie Ague Cake, seeing the effect that it had
.on my wile, she -ent and procured a few bottles,
and it restored her in a few weeks 'to complete
health. Your Sarsaparilla is withoutdoubt,;un-
equalled in diseases incident ,to the West,, abid if
you think that this communication will be of use
you are at liberty to use it as you choose.:
Yours, respectfully,
Canker in the ,Iouthi
Below is an account of another child saved.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla has saved the lives
of thousands of children. The following two
certificates are selected from a great number re-
ceivad this week.
New York, April 1, 1847.
Dr. Townsend: Dear Sir--One of my children
was.very sick with a Canker in the Mouth and
Throat, attended with great debility. It came
near dying. [, obtained some of your excellent
medicine, and it'Cured it directly, for which I
assure you [,feel very rralefI. .-
Yonrs, resneclfully, /
IEL[Z BRTH rO WLKR, 27 Desbrosses-st.
Fitsls Fits! :Pits!
Dr. Townsend, not-aving tested his Sarsapa-
rilla in cases of Fit, of course -never recommend -
:edi3it and was surprised to receive the following
[romn an intelligent and respectable Furnerin
Westchester county:
: Fo'dham,. August 13, 1347.
Dr Townsend :Dear Sir-I have a little girl
seven years of age, who has been-several years
affectedd with Fits; we tried almost everything
for her, butowithout success;.at last, although we
cbniid find no recommendation in :our circulars for

eases like hers, we thought, as she was in very
delicate health, we would give her some of your
Sarsaparilla, and are very glad we did, for it not
only restored her strength, but she has had no re.
turn of the Fil'ts, to our great pleasure and sar-
'prise. She is fastbecoming rugged and hearty,
for which we feel grateful.
Yours, respectflnlly,'
Female medicine.
Dr. Townsend's 'irisparllla is a sovereign'and
speedy cure for Tncipient Consumption, Barren-
ness, Prolapsuq Uteria, or Falling of the Womb,
Costivee'.s. Pileg, Lelcorrhea, or Whites, ob-
structed or difficult Menstruation, Incontinence
of Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof, and
for the general prostration of the system- no

Iarilw Lee.
P rA.IN3, Plain Ir,)a.:, si.iI and Jouble, Ham-
mnr, Driw Klivos, A'ilursl, Aun-uer Bits,
S9,riti! Brtie;, TiHn'e-r Siribes, Turn Screws,
M irking G'ia'ze. M i)rtice d ), Saw Sots, Wood
R-'les,, Adzes, We,'i-huas, ;tiwi, Locks, Hooks
and .ta.lef, B.a ttS, Sr n, i intes, SbIutter Bolts,
Brad%, Ticki, CL);)')ar Wire, Mlting Ladles, Rat
Traps, A es, H itcet,, Co,,tue Mills, Sledge Ham-,
mers, Smnith! Tons, Mill Aivs, Anvils, &c. &c.
For sale by R. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.

general debility or weakness now known, for sale
by [April 27] H F ABELL.
Thompson's Compound Syrup of
Tar and Wood Napth t,
F OR the cure of consumption, chronic, bron-
chitis, asthma, whooping cough, palpitation
of the heart, liver complaints, and affections of
the kidneys, for sale by
reb 10 J f ALT.FN & C,

Notice to the Ladies.
Those that imitate Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
have invariably called their stuff'a great Remedy
for Females, &Tc. &c., and have copied our bills
and circulars which relates to the complaints of
women, word for word-other men who put up
medicine, have, since the great success of Dr.
Townsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incident to
females, recommended theirs, although previous-
ly they did not. A number of these Mixtures,
Pills, &c., are injurious to females, as they aggre-
vate disease, and undermine the constitution.
Scrofula Cured.
This certificate conclusively proves that this
Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the most ob-
stinate diseases of the Blood. Three persons
cured'in one house is unprecedented.
Three Children.
Dr. Townsend: Dear Sir-I have the pleasure
to inform you that three of my children. have
been cured of the Scrofula by the use of your ex-
cellent medicine. They were afflicted very se-
verely with had Sores: have taken only fbur bot-
tles; it took'them away, for which I feel myself
under great obligation
Yours, respectfully,
ISAAC W GRAIN, 106 Wooster-st.
Opinions of Physicians.
Di. Townsend is almost daily receiving orders
from Physicians in different parts of the Union.
This is to certify that we, the undersigned,
Physicians of the City of Albany, have in numer-
ous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
and believe it to be one of the most valduble pre-
parations in the market.
J. WIL(N'S, M. D.
,1. B. BRIGrG'S, M. D.
Albany, April 1, 1847;
Owing to the great success and immense sale
of Dr Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a number of men
who were formerly our Agents, have commenced
making qarsaprilla Extracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Ex-
tracts of Ydllow Dock, &c. They generally put
it iip in the same shaped bottles, and Shme of
them have stole and copied our advertisements,
they are only worthless imitations, and should be
Principal Ofice, 126 FULTON Street, Sun
Building, N. Y.; Redding & Co.,'8 State street,
Boston; Dyott & Snus, 132 North Second street,
Philadelphia; -8. S. Hance, Dr!uggist, Baltimore;
P. M. Cohen Charleston; Wright & Co., 151
Charters street, N-. 0.; 105 South Pearl street,
Albany; and byall the principal Dricgipts and
Merchants generally throughout the United States
West Indies and the Canadas. "
For sale wholesale and retail'b y.
May 25, 1S48.. 19-1y Apalnchicola.

S V.' 2 Ir l r c te id II,,, Vce Ihr and Garden
.TIia, Blic:cs nithl Bsllows Cotton and Vool
Cart ti )Sadds and S >vl.[i, Caldri'. anI Suria r
Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by
Ddc 9 C',r. Vi' .r .id Chesrn.t sts.
List of LetteCr,
R D EMAIINNG in the Post Oitie at Apalaclhi-
L cola, on the 1st day of April, 1S19.
Andrews, Right Kilran, Daniel
Atkiis, A K Kernmpton, Capt J B
Capt oft' shi;) p onstis, K-.enan, John
Ayres, Dr .Jas W Ljrw, Asa 'r
Armitrong, Janiet, L!'v, Allcinder, Mrs i-;aral Lirkii, Geo, 2
Applaeby, CaPt V It Lee, J-e6ph 2
Breover, Hevekial LP,., Ellas
Bugbee & Howard Mills, Barnet C
BorlIA, oshua McGiill, Catharine
Burgi%, Lewis McLane, S
Bragdin, Sohn 2 Myer., J D
Bucy, Cain McC'eady, Hugh
Bush, Stephen McCann, Michael,
Burgess, Ctpt -Lewia aek, Nelson E
Burgess, Jdrry Mahoney, Joh:i
Banker, Geo H, ship Mirr.ay, Fleming
Peter Hattrick Mehlman, Leonard 2
BliS4, Wm D M ,rrim.in, Al!red H
Baghy, G.o A '2 McKoiew, G-W,
SBlvthe, rhloinas Morton, Capt John
B3ss.)n, R)b't 0 Mariin, Mm.h, J:)s.phnai
Brow i, Wm M.)ore,P tt.;iay
Bolding, Win Mon:,on, John-IW
Boling, Winm MN'rinan A_ H
Bennett, A S Mortun.'L C
Baker, Cato N-el, Cait'R ar
Bruce, Lexis Newc.ombe, HIiram 2
Chase, James Nois, Miss Eliz.i
Carrigan, IVrtiu N al, M C
Caine Chas NPlsoii, Cliri.sa
.Ciste, Tru;in A Nuttre, W(n H
Cave, Jase Plrkdtt, M 0
Colby, Alexander Penrnilran, Hlenry A
-+ Cillins, Geo W Pickett, BT r
Cutiibertrlwi, R S 2 P)rt,.r, N :d
CainfbAll. .DIii'l P0 idtl, Joi.W
Crowell, Orl;lado Rynear, Capft J

Chilson, B M 2 Riv, Lewis J
Clark, H S 2 'Rowley, S U
Crowell, Lewis .2 +*Ru.e, J C 2
Cole,, Capt 2 R.,d, D. 'T.l'.7 "
Cofia, Albert G R,.wl, Capt B
Croom, Green Rice, Jno D' .
CLareinJer, Anthot.y Stnbb'lti.-Il.J, Th os
Dilworth, York 2 S.mmes, A G
Delany, Peter Smith, Capt .
Divi-4oin S of T Smith; John
Davis Jas Sponce, John
Elliot Mrs C D Simmonl), Capt H F
ELdridge, Joseph B Suinmers, John 2
Etman., Dan'l W 2 Singer, Elijah 2.
Etlis, "Tnos S. Soith, Wmn -
Fowler James Spise;, Lewis S
French, L-H S:nmilh, Mr
Fisher, Capt John 2 Steverqso!, Chas
Frost,. Phillip Saunders, Miss Hannah
Ferrin, Owen, Stephens, Charles
kFayle, Miss C C 2 Selden, J's
.PayLe, Wm. Stpvens & Baker
Franklin, Eliiah Steke, Thoina.
: Eehl,Jolhin M Sw., Wrn F
: (adylea, BenjW W Smith, Julge John C
'are;dry,, Harbert .C. Smith, Carraway
Gray, Capt Wr P .';Sloan;, John
Godfrey, Benj Strickland, Gordon
Gray, '1'hoi E Stolle, Cap! F
Gulillian, Wm TrottCapt B T
Gray, Micha-L 'Taylr, Jrames :
-G ird in, G.tpt N A 2 TliS) Jereni~iah 2
G rice, Lucinda .: Torry, GH H ..-*' :: '
0 ,dwln, WV J L 3;. Tarnaild, H
Grover, Ge. 1, :' To,'.veld, W J
3H w\s, Wn F n Tlhorit.o,) JA T
SGdwin 9drn'l 0 Tuncell, J.,lIn 2 .-
Oilb'rr Lvons Th-mal, ndrew T
HIawkins, Dlilah Vanniman, Franci "
Hamilton, STyn'L Vanniman, Benj F -
Htidgea, Henry 3 Valleau,\V ni- 4
Hunter, Dr Winder, R.ib't.
, Honper, Richard ;, Wuodruff, L T'
' Hopkins & M-Giinis- Wil? 1 Ca,lt John
Haniltoii, Wm E Williams, John .
Hawley Rob't -. Wiihar.lt, John. 3
Hawkins, Jas S 2 Worricke,. Wm
Hill, Tobias, jr WiIster, John
Harkness, Judge Wilson, Henry
Hutchines, B 2 Westell, David
Head, Jas N Williams, Sarn'l 0
Hudson, John Walker, Geo H
Horton, Chas L Wilson, Juhn -
Horas,I Lawrence Wiltonting, ELijah
Jamison, Rutus Wells, Franklin
Jlinson, Benj L Wells, Marshall M
JonHs.FLenry 4 Wirthing, G H
Jack, Davis 2 Wilkins, Capt Wm N
XKflkpatrick,.Drewy S
Persons.calling for any of the aboveletters
!,wtll please say.they are advertised.
JOS. S. MAY, P. M.

Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolsoap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
'Jubat i received and for sale by
March I H. F. ABELL.
W RRANTED pure, just received and for
sale by
Nov 18 J C ALLEN & Co.
Dry Goods.
RILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnabhrgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,:
Ginghams, Calicods, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c,
For vale by B. ELLISON & CO.
D"' .9. Cor. Water and Chestnut stis
./ RBLS Cham .age, for sale by
5J0 DC 30 R .LT,T.rON" *= Co.
SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, low for cash, by
Dec 9. -Gor. Water and Chestnut 4ts.
Tanters' Oil,

Upon each and every pleasure carriage, -clhair,
or sulkey, the sum of' fifty cents; .i .
Upon each and every og 'ihe sum of,.on dol-
l a r '
SEC. 2. Be it further orlaiind, T"hat upon all
pilots, there shall be assessed ?nd collected the
sum of fifty cents upon each and every one hun-
dred dollars of their annual income as pilots.
SEC. 3. Be it further ordained, That all per-
sons residing-beyond the boundaries of the city.
of Aparlachicola, and within the county, vho:
come irfto the city to carry onr) their regular busi-
ness, shan be iiable'to the same tax as is impo-
sed by this ordinance on. the business and pro-
perty of persons residing therein. .
SEC. 4. Be it further ordained, That it shall
be the duty of the City Assessor t4 makedfligent
enquiry as to all property liable to taxation, to
put the. necessary questions, and make the requi-
red ex.plaations,, and to'take all piropier measures
for the purpose of i-btlainirg lll and acciiratr i'e-
turns, and to mke.the ases-;niedl (in a scale that.
will'bear equally on all as near as may be.
SEC. 5. Be it further ordained, That the As-
sessor shall, so soon as the returns are completed,
make out an alphabetical list of all persons ma-
king such return,, or liable to pa) taxes in the
city, with the amount of their respective aiess-
ments under, the proper heads, and shall forth-
with report the same to the Council, to blie :I"- :
proved or corrected, as the Council shall direci.
SEc 6. Be it further ordained, That when
the said tax list shall have been approved by
Council, it shall be placed in the hands o0 the
Tax Collector, who shall proceed to collect tlhe
same'tio er. 'the following provisions, viz'; The
Tax Collector shall attend at:.some,.coriv'ertient
place in said city, for the space, of filleen da.s,
from 9 o'clock A.N M until 4 o'clock P. M. each
day, havingg previously given .ten days notice,)
to receive payment of taxes; and if at.tbhe expi-
ration of said fifteen days, any tax shall remain
unpaid, he shall proceed to collect the amniount
originally assessed rom all delinquents, with the
addition of two per cent. thereto Ifor the first
month', six per cent. for the second month, twelve
per cent. for.the third month, and twenItyfoour
per cent.for the fourth month, if said ainoiint
should so long.remain unpaid, as hereinaftert pro-
Set. 7. Be it further ordained, That the Tax
Collector i- he'reby vented Wilh'the same power
and authority to make distress and sale of pro- .
perty of all delinquents who may riot have paid
the taxes dne said cilyv. as is nuw vested in Ih.
.Collector ol Taxes lot the Stale, bI he-24th
section.of an act of Ihe General Asse-niblv ofrthe
'State dfFlorlda,entitled an acl to raitia revenue.
for the State of Florida, and'defining the duties
of the Assessors and Collectors Ihereol, approved
July 25th, 15,1S; and the owner of property
which may be .+old agreeably to said act, shall he
entitled-to redeem the same in Ihe same manner
as is provided in and by the said act of I he Gen-
eral Assembly of tihe State.'
SEC. S. Be it further. ordained, That the Tax
Collector shall be held responsible for the f1ll
amount of the tax list handed over to-him for
collection, unless released by The Mayor and
Council, upon showing that he used due dili-
gence to collect the same. and making a full and
copmplete return of all delinquents.
... SEC. 9. Be it further ordained, That every
person residing wilhin the city oIbr three months
in the year, shall be considered aniid deemed an
inhabitant thereof, and all such of his or her per
sonal property, held, possessed, used, or enjoyed
inl the city, as may come under the description
of taxable properly, as specified in this ordinance,
.shall be liable to asiecsment, and be proceeded
wit h agreeably to the foregoing provisions of this
ordinance,, if brought into and used within Ithe,
city during such residence, although not within
the city on the first da'v of Fehruary preceding.
SEd; 10. Be it further ordained, That all
goods, wares and merchandise, snl within the
limits of the city of Apalachicola by any person.
or persons whomsoever, since theifirstday of
February last, and from and after the passage of
this ordinnce, shall be liable to siuch tax 'i iS,

)' it- sale by

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Wood Ware, A-e.
\BRREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour
Pails, Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,
Broons, &c.c. &. Pfr sale by
Dec 9 ... for. Water and Chestnut sts. -

5 HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
15, do New Orleans Sugar;
*2.i 1-W! St Croix 1, -
5 bxs Stew.irt's LbaT,"
10 bbls Lrou id "
/ 100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 '4 Mnft'dIdo.;,.
20 Sperm Carndle;-50 bxsbrownSoap;
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
1000 Ibs Lead ;
200 kegsWhite Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street.
t G fz Sugar.
'o LBS. Steam Refined, for sale by
,J D28 D B WOOD.

Dry dooiis,
rlHE subscribersoffer for sale a large and sea-
\L sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
fart of .
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
Wnite and Red Flannels,
Bangups and Tweeds,
Sui)pr nlii .hiar'k aind fanev Casameres,
Super English3 and French Cloths,
WVhilnev Rlanlkets, 10, 11 and 13qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Marseilles Quilts, 9, 10,11 and:4 qrs,
Denims%, Kremlins and Colitonades,
Broin Shirting and Sheeting, "
Cotton Oasnaburgs,
W.tton Drillinz and Ticking, '
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirring and -heet'rg,
Ble3ced Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and Ainerican Prints,
Extra Juppr, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Siler Cachmere d'Ecnre,
Extra sup-.-r MusIlin de Laine,
: English, Scotch and American do.
-: Super Italian black and-figured Sl.ks "
S BLack Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and'Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkis,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs, ,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Satin, Marseilles & Worsted.Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread, .. .
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Mvu'lins,
Jaconet and Cafmbric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c :
VlWhich have been selected wih great care in-
New Yorlk and Boston,from Importersand Agents
of MIanufacturers, at thelowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or, detail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER. & Co.
Dec. 30, 1847. 41 Water street.
W ,tfs r's ail Siviwvne's Balsam
of Wild Cherry,
TT.7T received and for ;ale by
N.! v 11 J. C. ALLEN & Co.

Iron, Nails, Steel, &c.
n TONS Sx-eeds, American anid English
O45 Iron, asso-ted sizes;,
30 dozen Brade's Hoes;
20 dozen Crown do;;
10 dozen Shovels, and tSpades;
100 kegs Nails, assorted size's
500 Ibs Cast and German Steel;
20 doz Collin's-Axes, Georgia and, Kentucky
2 boxes Cotton Cards;
4 do Coffee Mills; 1 ,
10 kegs 5 and 6 inch Spikes; oibr sale by
C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 28 52 Water street.

New Dry Goods.
A USTIN I.ONG, succeissors to J. Stevenson
& Co., are ju. opening at the old stand, cor-
ner of Water and Chestnut streets, an entire new
.stock .-f DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, &c. to
which they invite Ihe attention of the Tbrmer-
customers of the old firm, and the public.
Apalachicola, Nov. 11, 1848. 04-6m ,

SedPW41" i.
A LARGE assorlmen .of TOW: *gfo. j&{
received, and for sale lIy
Dec 9 .'.H.F 4.LL. ,
.Apies; k- 1
A FEW bb. Newtown" ppn '
for sale by C A GREEN C. -
Jan 11
In~dian Ux~iin~ -
W OODRMJFF'S Indian, Elixir, a certain curd
for chills and fever, for sale by
Feb I J C AALZA & "Co. J
.Snuff. .
SCOTCH and Macahoy, in botl 'and blad:
" drs, just received anl f 6a1 e bal e
Febl17 H PF ABELL. "
Seeds! @e"01! Seeds!
GARDEN See.g, just receitlef and for sale b -
_Nov4 MI 'F ABELL._
HATS and Cap$ by tbhease low for casah b
lc 9. eor. Water ald ChMterf ;.

DR. WOODRUFF'S Worm Spegific, foIbr sale by
March 22 H F ABELL '

Hydrostatic InkU fountain.
A FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks,
Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals,
Paper Clasps,,,Weights, &;: for sale by
Nov 18 J C ALLEN & Co.

Seeds I Seeds!.,
TUST received per brig Herald, an iosortment
J uf'Garden Seeds, for sale by
Feb 8 J C ALLEN & Co.
Pain Killer.#.
DERRY DAVIS'S- Vegetable Pain Killer, just
P received and for sale by the package or dozen..
Feb h- B. ELLt0N & Co.
Havana Tobacco Seed,
F-OR sale by
' Feb I H F ABELL.

Cotton Hooks, -
FOR sale by .
,!an- 1 C A GREEl4-,& Co.
SCOTCH and Macouoy, just rec'd, for sale by
SJan 85 J. C, ALLEN & Co, .

W OODRUFF'S Dysentary Cordial, for sale by
ePb 1 J C ALLEN & ,Co.

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