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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>.
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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: May 3, 1849
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Hoideni Dollar magazine I
LAos STr CHEAEST!! BEST!!.
.. PAGES IN THE VOLUBIEI
aI tO O'4 Iplendid Wood Englrav-
lngs, each Month 11
..Thit unrivaled Family Magazine, universally
acknowledged by the Press as the nBST American
,Pqriodiial published, offers at the commenqe-
Smiset ol the 3d volume unusual induceherits to
<'kqtt ibers. Its features hereafter will be en.
f irily AAmorican, including,
A B*AM R1JV.4 TALES,:
. -~.eB, ERW' ,QR TRAITS,
AM BR. iER CA SIETCHE S.
S- A .rivw of augravings, from the Paintings of
or, bht artists, including Cole, Gignoux, Durand,
S'iotnod;, anll others, is in vi,'rou preparations1
:: o;and the'acilepancil of, the inimitable DARLEY
i~ now actively engaged in enriching Holden
with his Portriits of the Public .Men of A me-
ricra.
"The PORTzftTh Or DISTINGUISHT`D AMERI-
S A_ l)iviNes will be continue din every No,, as
bheretotore, with life-like sketches ot their lives
awil ministry. Each No. will he filled with
irj S, POEMS, ESS.dVS,
E IEWV, SiEITC1HES,
TR .'VSLa TI "OJAS,
TOPICS OF THE ,MOYXTtI,
and will emlwrtic everything Amusing, Instruc-
Stie, and Re'idabl- nokv in progress4 il the world.
-As a Famnily Mi i 'tine, the E litor i confident
that no rivalry can affect, or oprpOMitior> Les-e, its
v.lua and wori h, anrd he offers it to the world a.,
'ti tneu, character. literary merit,and illuitr.tive
beauty,
Tlre lIoadel Iagazine!
F TE NINEI'EEN rI CENTURY .!
No family In the land can afford to be without
tihlden in its circle; for iyenPich a periodical,
Scar b( obtain e e t otf
ONt DOLLAR,
' vhowho rill not wish to suhbscribe?
'Tie grett feabi're of -tiden is, that, while
' eig j e uli.rll American in sentiment and
S:%ling, it gather, anrl einbodies all the beauties
of the .reno, Iifll and' fI P
Sctls, 'i'dtld disc'.4.rdiat their foiesdand riee.
,. combinations of* the cyrlopdtn the Gazt-
tte, the Qurtcrl.q Rcview, and the W'Vekly
Jtwsapae it is, ye.l separate and district front
'4l1, btt. po.,eRs.ng enn u~jl o:fther var qu st-
'caio t ,co iend itef to every re ar. .
'The oi-act of tit EtIr. ha been to.;gve a
-- R 'Fr I-LL-I IM.ROA I, A E OR ONE .TH(RD.
'prccs, "o :l a glance at Hlnen's will shoW.the
resultt Now, he only a^.s the support tif the
'+comnUnitv, and in.,retnrra will give imrtprove-,
Srrents as they ara dBrhainled. a, t h
.It N 1.4 ,t i Lh time to suSt'tribe, as ,those
,iti'e t wvill icoiy .t)be first imn:i-re-ions of'
jh" "' ir i' T-tub he Iti rnis.hi e trbrtih;
jilv, IS tH if wished Lb' tsh.:ribers-thlat molth
C l..n liciu t the provitiui voIilIiio.
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.-I thiqs ti8ce, a: l h)tic'in" thJ1 MV zine edi-
T i,- l ,w it t b e e;itlad to tVe1 sa. o d volup. e of.
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S- ilt i t ... '. aN A in .ald 1 -' I s l udi d I'U ll
,v .'r,.vinr,on tintid paOer, of Hpnr,we
fGreely, E l .itr -'4 the VjpW York Tri'ihoie, drawn
Wron lift by TirleV, and engraved by Ricfiard-
SVc The. ,,) will be rnill. to ~.ich pIr'p- s'
ab tt the 1th o f '.i irin ir., when it will be roialfy,
o. r the reception of a na,;I cnttaji'.,J theladver-
tseefenl t arl notice market. liht're copying
th~i and noticing mo>tl'ilv will alko reoOi.. the
M;-i zine e:,"h month t *rt I .! ',m.ini vr year.
UNITED STATrE
.i b W holesale Clothing Warehoakse,
I EWKVIS & IIrkiN Oit D,
-Nils. 242a 56 reirl St'ret,
S(Between F'ulto,nst nAd l1irlinj Sii>,)
i "" .?vE W YORKi
NAVE ON A.ND THr L.GMCI .r AShEORTMENT OF
a CLO'ITHING

U14 t T ED ST-A:TES.
Adapted to "he Sourmern anlwSauthuweslerf Mar-
S, kets!I
i nb the article br.
We 'SlaHIR'S n'"A Nd DRAWER S,
We keep an endless variety.
OTHEj MOSTr ixrT.,SIV MANOFA'CTrUAERS or
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' in tIte World.!
"? 4plain ad Fiu nae Clothing, of all Innds
'a ;, ,,.,'.Mi,EWIO .HA.ANFORD, ,;
S, "- Nos. 252 & 256 Pearl st.
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Aibro, ,Htyt & Co.,;- a-.
,., 72 John Street, 'I 4
:r- R$ ,6* receiving into Store from their Fae.
L stories, at Elizabeth-Town, N. J., a variety
6f oftr an d original patterrtof .
Heavy F-lor' Oil Cloths;,
n widthaoE.l18, 21 rtd 94 fret. They are als3
S ectiving,,{'rp tA. Abanyj, L.ansingbur, and
mtica Fadto es, in sheets'ot 18 feet in width, a
ar iasrtmedt, embracihg rany:r'i patterns
f th ir ., .. .
S J.jiki4 ^uIdr Oil Cl6ths,
i Alo,. ftpm the, Iewbhua, Albahy,'Lansing-
S urg, Utis and MNtinte actories, every varielJ
f n4iinti'ufaitin them, df their 4-4th
-4th, -4thlh, 7-4th, -4th and 12 feet wide
ligliht Floor- Oil Clotlis; -
S At6dLHtnIyI RoiBWbodf arid" figured'4-4
+ 4 i T ,' 4Tle Ot Clot:hs.
Alff. gre&tt'lariety or hew patterns of
a ; rri4if e liI Cloths,
9 AUf which they,.aer to the trade on liberal
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The Leading Periodical in America.

+t O D E aS ]LADY'g B 'OOK,
For 1849.
bedie'ted to the Ladies of the United States.
Edited by SARAH J. HALE,
sm GRACE GREEN WOOD,
and, L. A. GODEY.
A Novelette by IISS E. ;LESLIE, who con-
tributes.to every No.
N. P. WILLIS' Original Scriptural Poetry.
ST.. S. ARTHUR, who contributes to every No.,
illustrative of Croome's Sketches of American
hnaa tr. "--. ,.
We intend merely to give a notice of our inten-
tipns for next year, leaving to others long adver-
tisements-" full of sound and fury, signifying
nothing. "
Agreeably to the practice of last year, the pub-
lisher will issue as good a number each :month as
he does in January. This is a novel feature in
Magazine publishing. During the whole of last
year he gave more engravings and more reading
matter than any of his contemporaries, and will
continue to do so next year. Those who subscribe
to GODEY'S LADY'S BOOt, mavydo so under
the assurance that they will receive more for
their money in the Magazine alone, than by sub-
scribing to any other work. To this is added
and incltidpd in the same $3, the LADY'S DOL-
LAR NEWSPAPER, which contains in one
month nearly, if not quite as, much reading mat-
ter as the other monthlies, making for $3, the
amoinRt of reading of two 'magazines a month.
THERt AORE PECULIAARITIES about Godey's La-
dy's B3o;' f1dr the ladies that no other Magazine
possesses. There is a Mezzotint and Line En-
graving in each number-both by the best artists;
In addition to these, there are given monthly
what no other magazine gives-a Colored Fash-
ion Plate, with a full description This feature
is peculiar to Godey, as no other work has them
every month and colored. Then the'e are Caps,
B3onnriet, Chemisettes, Equestrianism for La-
tdies, with Engravings. The Ladies' Work Ta-.
lhie, with designs for knitting, netting, c,rotchet,
anrd all other kinds, of work.,,. Patterns br
S'rntoking Caps, Chair Covers, Win ow Curtains,
D'O~liy'A, Purses, Bags, &c., &6c. Health and
lBeauty, with Engravings. Model..C46tages, with
gro-:nd plans, and 4oler engravings, always illus-
trative of som6thinti useful. Music, beautifully-
I)li it:-d ,in tinted paper, which may be taken otit
anid bound. C,ilored Modern Cnttages.an'd Clored
Flower Pieces occasionally. There are ll extra,
in Godev, an] to be found in no other Magazine.
Tiese were all given last year, and w ill be con-
tinued. I[nadditon, We shall haven every No.,
one of. .
'CROOME'S. SKETCHEi, OF AMERICAN:
S C lACTERk$[STICS,"
most arhu.inkg eiie, now first giyen to the
,A'eri.en piblic.j.. These wiU .be. illustrated in
every No. by a Story fr,',n the powerful pen of T.
3 Arthu,. Es+]. '. *
"' T'iE CLHANGE- OF FASHTON,"
L.tlttirated bymEay-Etr.i^ tfe. T.- v
will be v--ry Knterest1t;ig to.the ladies'. '
STHE APPLICBkILITY, OF T.~E FINE
A ART6 TO DOMESTIC USE`,,' K..:
-I mnothLi' series of EuRr.avintas noW in prepara-
tion, and will b- piiNIish.,il ilinini; tIte year.
COPi.AGE 'U INIVURE. ,
HIavingg ivpn iso many Modpl Cottages, we iriteAld
,,ow, to cornmence the publication of, Cottage
lurnniture--a very necessary applendage 'to a
Cottage. "
RELIGION AND HISTORY.
O;ur superior Artists, Walters, Tucker, Pease
an;l Welch, are now engaged upon a set of plates
illustrative of these two subjects...
OUJR'MUSIC.. :
Prepared expressly for u,-in-inslv original, arid
hbantifulllv prnnlel, has long cinirmmaanded a deci-
del piedl'erence over that Of":anv other Magazine.
It iq a I'.atire. i' 4rThe Rook.
THE L'ITERXRY CHARACTER OF GO-- i
DEY'S LA-DY BOOK.
\Vith such i\ riteN as Miss .Leslie, Grace Groen--
o)(rl, VW." G Simnis, Mrs Ellet, T. S Arthur,
\Mrs E. Oeakes Smith, Mrs. J. G. Neal, H. T.
ai .:1(.1r11 in, H..W. Herbert, &c the aulihor. ot
tahi Vrl;'ve Bedott, Profess6r'Frost, Brvant, Long-
f'elliw, Holmres--and a host of others-must al:
.ways take.the lead in literary meri' .
.TERMS:
For Three Dollars we will sehd the' Lidy's
Booki,conltiiiing m'ore reading than any, other
in ,Itliy, and Ihe LadV'- Dollar Newspaper pub-
,i'li.j iwice a mrnilnh, which ciilaitns as Mnuch
re.,din; as anyiol the $3 peribdilcals'ol the d'ay-
making lit ee publications in. one nionth,' or if the
subscriber prefers the Ibllowing splendid etigrav-
ings to Ihe Lady's Dollar Newspaper,'(although
we would not advise it., as engravings cannot be
-sent ihroiugh the mail without being crushed or
creased,) we will send tIe beautiful plate con-
taining the portraits of Harriet Newell, Fanny
Fofreator, Mlrs. Stewart, Mrs. Ann H. Judsnn
andi mNC. E. B. Dwight, and the plates of Christ
Weepiig over Jerus-lem, The Opening lf.ihe
Sepulthr", D.;liverance of S't. Peter, iid The
SRebue. 'If prelerred t" the Newspaper or'plates
rie w'ill stnid Misb LeIlre'si N,-vel of .Vm'elia'; and
aitv three of Mrs. Grej,'s or Miss Picke~i 'i''po.-
pular nomels.. -
For Five Dollars we will send twp'.c6pies61l
the Lad' Buokt, and a set of the plates to each
subscriber. '
For Ten Dollars we will send five copies aol
the Lady'' Book, and +a copy to the person send.
ing the iub,. and a set pt plates to each,. !
For Twenty Dollar% eleven.qcopes if the Boet
and a set of Plates to each subscribers, and a cops
of t*he Book to the person sending the Club. .-+
SFor. One Dplsr we will send the Ladv's Book
4 months, alid (or 25 cents any one No. Postage
Sto be: paid on all orders. '.
S Address, ,L, A. GODEY,
: ,.. 113 Chestnut street, Philada.
-. With any newspaper giving the above a few
insertions we will exchange.
I XTTOODIRUFF'S Worm Specific, fo" sale by
a VV Febl J C ALLEN & Co.
s "~'7"TOODRUFPl SCompobition Powder, for sate
VV by [Feh^1 J C ALLEN &I Co..
White Lead.
1 \TO. i Extra and Pure, jusl rec'd, f'r sale by
I IN Jati.25 :J C ALTLEN S Co.


So: te Paper.
flPERFOR'ATED and Ermbbosed Note Paper for
I' sale by .
Dec 9 J' C ALLEN & Co.
Buckwheat,
; :|1' BAGS; 25 kegs'new Buckwheat,just re
ceived, and for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREBN& Co.
1- TTrAY'S Linament, for sale by
H Il Feb 1 J C ALLEN ,Gt
,eo Ge'i3 OsnabUrs%
FTOR sale by HENRY YOUNGS,,
F Iebc-8 53 Water street.


jlSttneuss trmecotr.

,Wiu. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 41 Water street, F .
Dec 30 ApalachicQla, Fa.
B. k. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
Dec 12 Ak.. a, Fla.
Lockhart & YtintF +
COMMISSION ~Yi O11 ,WA RI NOG
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov21 Apalachicola, Fla


iHfarpe'r & Holmnes, .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS;,.
,alsoq .'"
Agentsf Jor the a -"
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of JVew York,
No. 51 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.


JERsEMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -
S No. 52 Water street,
Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa.
03e- Agents for LLoYDs ; also, Agents tor the
"CEtna Insurance Co." the "Protection Insurance
Co." and the "Hartord Insurance Co." Hartford'
Conn.
W. T. WooD. E. B. BALLOU.
Wood & BItliou,'
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No.-42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.


ALVA WYLIE WM. A. McKENZIE.
Wylie & IMcKenzie, .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1t, 1847. -palaehicola, Fa.
S. & 3. Schiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
C- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat anidship stores.
No. 49'Water street,
Nov. 14 Apalachicola,'Fla.


It. F. Abell,
WHOLESALE &ND RETAIL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
'Alsbo-A general assortment of Statinery.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets, -
April11l Apalachicola,'Fa.


rcaijaiiin & Sliter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1, 1847, Apalachicola, Fla.
B. S. liawley,;
'A.TQ'n A.ID "' tt' 'tal^Lb M M[TIl+OTI;-.IT,-
D No. -28 Water street,
Dec 5 1 Apalachicola, Fa.


AVery & Jones,
GROCERS & COVI'.IISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street.
Dec B Apalachicola, Fa.
IEFNJAMIN Ell.fmON a ;WILI.IAM A WOOD
B, Ellison & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S- AND DEALERS TN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP
CHANDLERY, &c
Cor. Water and Chestnut-sts.
Dc9., ..: : Apalachicola, Fa.


CITAS :P. M'CALLA. GUSTAVE REMAIN.
S MtI'Calla & Romain,
CO MM I .S QN.,,M ERCHA:NTS,
No. 9 Columb'us Block
Nov. 18 Apalachicola, Fla.


Unaderwood. &Caigfh,.
TAILORS,
BALTZ'ELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST.
;, Apalachicola, Fa.
'- All orders attended to with punctuality
and despatch. Jan. 20


MI. IN. Scott & Brother,
WnoftfeSkLP kND RF.TATL DEALERS IN
DRIY G9ODS3, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, &c., a
: Cdr.'Water and Centre-streets, .
Dec 23 Apalachicola, Fa.


\Vi. W. SiMb. War. IV. CHEEVAR
Sims & Cl|eever,
CO MM ISS-O'N MERC H A N:TSf,
Office No. 36 Water street.
dec23 Apalachicola, Fla.


Edwarid MeCully, ,
GROCER: AND C, IM MIlSION MERCHANT,
,- No'.'8 Water street.
Nov I1i Apalachicola, Fa.
H. t. Taylor,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,:, ,
No. 22 Water -treet,
Dec 29. 4i-6m' Apalachicola, Fa.
H'enry Yonngs,
WHOLESALE AN1 RETAIL GROCER,
No. 53 Water street,


Dec 98


1.,F. FARRIOR. .E. MCCULLk.
- Farrior & McCuilly,
S'CO M MIS S I ON M E RC H A NTS,
8 l Gravier street,
Dec 29 New. OrleanS. i:-,


Jito. S. Hiutchinson,
AUCTION A N D eOM IIS.ION M ERCHA NT,
i' No. 2 Columbus Blnck,
, ;. i : Apalachicola, Fa..
'ji. Advances made. on a1l consignments if re-
quired. N6v 2,1849. -


D. B. WOOD,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
0- 24 .Waterlst.,: -
Noy 18 Apalachicoola, Fa.


THos. H. AUSTIN. WM- H. LONG.
Austin & Long,
C, dbO MISSION MERCHA NTS,
a'' NO. 45 Water-street, ..
i; Not 11 ApalachirolaFa.


S- I. Hll & Co.,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 45 Water street,
Jan 24" .': : Al.AACICOLA,-FA.


"!1 1. i. Nickerson,
DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES.
(:;..-: HATS, CAPS, &ec., "
No. I Columbus Block,:-'":
ce3 i s Apalachicola, Fa.


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W. A. & P. C. Kain,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
W- a A l 1 Il i-


No1. 4 CLo.uomous BlOCK,
Apalachirola.
Liberal advances male on consignments
of Cotton to their friends in Liverpool, Glasgow,
New York aid Philadelphia.
Jan. 11, 1849.


Chlarles Rogers Eugene W. Rogers.
Clhas. RogeSit & Co.,
..^v' IS SION AfERCHANTS,
Dec 9 -WArater street .. .
Dec 9 Apalachicot, f'a. i
N. J. Deblois.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,..
No. 44 Water-street,
Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa.


A. N. MKAY. N C ROBBnINS. CHASE. PRA.TT.
A. N McKay & Co.
COMMI.SS ON MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water-street,


Dec 15


Apalachicola, Fa.


James I. Griffin,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS -,. MEDICINES, PAINTS, SPERM,
WHALE AND LINSEED OILS;
Chemicals, Glue, Indigo, Glass and Putty; For-
eign ard Domestic Drugs, White Lead, Var-
nish, Dye-Woods, Spirits Tuipentine,
Patent Medicines, Congress Water,
French Chemicals, &c. &c.,
ALSO,
.A general assortment of
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
cor. of Chesnut & Commerce streets,
Jan 18 Apalachicola, Fla.


L. D. Roberts,
DEALER IN HARDWARE & SHIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPTIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
Jan 24 Apalachicola, Fa.
eC nmmissioni and .AuctioonRi om,
EUFAULA, ALABAMA,
S.1 1"- BY .-
J. B. STARi & Co.
We having received a 1'ull share of the pafro-
nage from the Merchants of Apalaelticola last
season, will feel.thankful for the same in our line
of business ta e coming winter.
Euilaula, Ala.. Nov. 14, 1848. 4.5-tf


EufaUla Auction and Commis-
siomn House, .

DDANFORTH.
Thankful for the patronage hitherto received
from the Merchants of' Aptalachicola, he would
resii,-rtllillv solicit a continuance of' their favors.
Filltnml Ala., Oct. 27, 1848, .: 42-s -
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WM, SYDNEY GREEN, MhI D,
{0- May be fund at his residence, corner ol.
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov 9.
-W. G. M]I. Davis.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Ofiers his services to the public in either of the
a..bove capacities. "
He will pranclce regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and Jackso6nCircuit Courts-arid will, i.la"n
a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Cu'.irl
of the M'id dleor VWestern Circuit. He willal'so,
argue cases in the Court :f' Appeals at. Tallahaat.
see, the, s5esinlrs of which, he will always abe
present at, unless prevented by aicrlderil.
Apalachicola, September.8, 1846 "i


A. 0. Senilemns,
ATTORNEyR AT LAW. a
B0- Office, JMo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets .
nov5 a Apalachicorl, Fla.


Cranberries.
IN hf and qr bbls. ju'jt received and frir sile by
Jan 11 .;. C A GREEN & Cao "


Yellow Potatoes.
1 Oo BBLS. in fine order, for sale by,
-AV[ Jan 11 C' A'GREEN'&


Co.


City. Lots,
F R Lease or Sale, for whicli Warrantee deeds
will be given. Apply to-:'
Dec 28 .- G. G, GUYON.


Lemon Syrup. -


Leimon Syrup.
A SUPERIOR article, just received and for,
Fsale by 8 1 J CLLE & .
: FebS C.. J C ALLEN & Coh


BOOTS, Shoes and Brozans, by thecas'e*'
"Wnten'-rSho-s anil BuQkins; .
M,2en's, Boys and Youth'1i Brogan'i:
S ", fine sew'd Brogans
Men's pegged Boots;
S,",- firnp sewed Boots; '
iRusset Brogans;.: For -sale hv*
S.,, ELLISON & CO.,
Dee 9. :.:: C-nr. Water and Crestnut sts-.


Seeds! Seeds. a
TUST received tiper hrig Herald, an assortment
. ol' GardlenSeeds, for -sle by
Feb S J C ALLEN & Co,


. IME JUICE,just received and for sald by
March 22 H F ABELL.

T'arrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copaiva,
JTULJT received and for sale by -
JJan25 J. C. ALLEN & Co.

Clarified Sugar.
K ft BBLS New York Clarified,just received,.
-'5) and forsaleby
.JaI t -,-;. "- A- GREEN & Cn.


WXTOODRUF"F'. Anti-hrlious Pills, lor sidle by
Feb I J C ALLEN & Oo.


S EIDLITZ ald Soda Powders, ju't received
and for sale.by ... .o .
Feh8 J c ALLEN & Co.
S, -.. Cheese.
3 BXS. WVestern and N:.rthiern, in fine order,
OU lor sale by .
Jan --11 CAGREEN&--Co.


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as though his soul shone from.it, ere .ahe;
fld forever. Lips *sel, brows knil, hand
firm--a circle of his nen fighting round.
him-he dashed into the Mexicans until his
sword was wet, his arm weary with blood.
At List, with his high splintered by a ball;
he gathered his proud form to its full
h'Pigllh .and fell. His fabe ;ashy with ini-
tensp.pgpny, he bade his comrades 1t leave;
him the-re to. Th."t ravine, should be
the hed of his xlory.
But gathering round him, a guard of
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BY OEORGE LIPPARD. ,
.It was near the setting of the sun, when
the Man of Palo Alto, Ressaca de la Palmna,
and Monterey; saw the clouds come down
on the last charge of Biiena Vista, that a
scene, worlhy dof the days Washington,
closed the day in glory.
Do you behold rhat dark ravine, deep
sunken between these precipitous banks'?-
Here no sunlight comes, for "these walls of
'rock wrap 'the pass in eternal twilight.'-
Withered trees grow between lhe rasies of
graniie, and scauitered stones tlnakertr' bed
of the ravine uncertain and difficult for thq.
tread.
Hark! rThat cry, hllt rush like a mou'n-
tain torrent bursting its barriers, and quick as
the lightning flashes from darkness, the di's-
mal ravine is bathed in red battle light.-
From its northern exiremity, a confused
band of Mexicans, an army in itself come
yelling along the pass,-treading one another
down as they fly, tl+eir banners, spears.
horses and men, tossed together in inextrica-
ble co infusion.
. By thousands they rush into the. shadows
of the passes, their' dark faces reddened by
the sheeted blaze of musquetry. The cav-
erns-of the ravine send back the roar of the
panic, and the grey rocks are washed by
their blood. .
But the little band who pursues this army!;
Who are they ? You may see in their firm
heroic ranks, the volunteer costume of Illi-
nois and Kentucky. At their head, urging
.his men with shouts, rides the gallant
M'Kee, by -his side young Henry Clayr'that
broad fo'reiead, which reminds: you of his
lather, bathed in the glare as his sword qui
vers on high ere it falls to kill., There too,
a wild figure, red wiibh his own blood and the
blood of Mexican foes, his uniform rebt in
tauters. his arms bared to the shoulder, strik-
irng terrible blows with his good sword--Har-
din of Illinois, comes gallantly forward.
The smn:il, but iron hand, hurliihe Mexi-
can front the hdeights into the ravine,' and'
follow rip the chase, far down into the eter-
nal twilight of that motiuniitain )ass
Look-! A's heir mrusqnetry streams its
steady blaz,-,. you would think that one'
ceaseless sheet of lightning bathed these
rocks in flame
Over the Mexicans, mann and horse, hurt-
edt back in m;il disorder, the Americans-
d;isb on their way, never heeding theo-0ver-
ivhelmiti nu numbers of their foes, never heed.
i,-.he'lpIia~tisP.l fortlts beneath. iheir feetr,
wTi-t- baynne, antiT rife, a ind-~wor,; f-tejy'
,)ress steadily on, -their .wll known banner
streaming evermore overhead.
. The P liowl of tlie tyhe eg war horse--hark !
Do-si ji not chill' yoir blood to hear it?-
Tlhe, bhhliin'g cry 6f tihe wounled man, with
the horse's hoof upon his mouth, trampliigi
his. faice.into a hideous, wreck--does it not
sicken your soul to hear it'.i'
A hundred yards or more, 'into the pass
the Americans have pIenetraiedl, wvhen.sud-
dtiily a young Mexican, rishinb harkt upon
their ranks, seizes the fallen flag of Anahuac,
a;nd dashiets to his death-!'-^ I *.*
To see hlim, onna and bernrdless. a very
boy, rush with Iii-n rouriy's fl.ia. 1iiih his
hiared hreasi. upon il iretmP of' sharp steel-
it was ,a sighri to stir coward, ineo niannhonil.
and iit hot into tlhe Mexican hears like an
e leerlric flame.
Evt-n in their pnnie.stricken disorder. they
urnped; by hundreds they gris-ed tl heir
airmsti and rolled in one long wave of lane
anrid bayonet, npnn the loe. Woe to the
biave men of Illinois and Kenlucky now !-
Lo~(ed in that- leailly pass, a will of infuri-
aied 3Mexicans between then and that w.iU
of rocks-ab0oe their heads. through every
aperture alnoni, the cliffs, the blaze of inis-
quets pouring a shower of bullets in their
la'ces--Iherever they turned, the. I6ne and
dendly lance poised atl heir lhinoats-i'l was'
a iioniontt to ihink 'once of Honie' hntl die !
Those \ihto survived ililt fearful inmoment,
tell with shuddering rtiumph of the deeds of
the Ihree heroes-M'Kee, Hiardiii aidd QOlay.
M'Kee, you' see'him yondenr; with his
shaiteted sword dlpitpping blondtl, he endea-
vors to ward off t he aim ci tiliose deadly
lancPs, and fichits on his knees'when he cau
sand no longer, and then the cumbatanat
close over hilm and-yod' see him do' niore.
l;irditi rose front a heap o" slaughtered
* foes, his face streaming front its hidleous
* lance wounds and waved a Mexican flag iu
triumph, as his lifeblood gushed in a tor-
rent ovei his niuscuilar lbrm. That instant.
the full lii' olt battle ws upon his mangled
face. 'Thlien. flininng' i'e capl~tured banner mo
a brother soldier, he sh'tuted--" Give it to
her as a rmemorialr of Buena Vista My
wife!" It was lis last word. Upon his
butred breast, the fury of ten lances rushed.,
anid the I!orse's hoofs trampled him into the
heap of dead.
But ni most sad and yet most glorious orf'all,
was to see the death of the Second HENRY
CLAY I You should have seen him, with
his b:.Ck ag;iinst yonder .rock, hIis sword
grasped firmly, as tlhe consci usntes lbatl ihe
bore a name thai must not die in'ghlriously.
seemed uo fill his every veinr rnd, d.art a
deadly fire from his eyes! .,,
At thiat moment' he looked like'be old
inmi. For his brow, hig!h and reireating.
with th|e bipod clotted hair waving back
from its outline, was swolleti in every vein,


Falling from Grace. "
Zpdeki'h Bredhead was a man sniewht4 a'
less of stature than Goliath of Gaih,'tClimgh ""
lpossessing.'"perhapls, about s much ph&i ij."'
Strength. Sio the villFrge wresllers' thon'glt'," '
when out of sport, lie took up n whole hond&'
ful of ihem and dashed lthenm on' I lir~round'
During a religious revival Z7ellelf-ih' h.i"
.converted and joined tile Nleihod'li*t huyr~f.'
One evening 'whlie on his'w='y'fr'ni ch.lali"''
meeting. he 'ws assailed by haIl'I- dozen 'or,'
his f'rliner comlnfnions, shuulion'.. i:o
'. Now Zed'has bIieorieC a Christian -'. ."1
cannot fight; let'.-give him a thraslrnng;?'%"a
Hold a Inn'rnOl.,"' i'ntrposedl gZM, p11i
ling forih'an ar)m ashlonguasa ,itl. I1.'il,~"'
a chrisiian cannot fight; I belong- rt' idV";''
nomination whio b4tileve in fIlt-m fr.o a'
grace--nd," .conltiued the n't"W d .a'1.!
planting his foot mire firmly uton'(~ .a to
and- towering ult like a 'ciant i .r i ifF
light, his arm fnlling b.itkl'o' n fR n
degrees, il I s.'otild fll froi' rria'eW? rd'1
he lowered his voice to a toqrie'.r f'iTiq .
solemnity, -and alivancing tlihree pa.iBlo-
wrrduls lhis retreating ass;:it;uIt-4II-' Plaf hL
rnl from grace, iwoe be to you! .' ?;'.1,
The sr.mnilps, overam ed by It d1t.bl'o the
saint's perseverance, decamped idiih ',l'-
caution, leaving Zed asAl;'lily)6n kfi'.'rl- *
tian, to go on his way rejoicing. .Pw"O*
SNomrNo.-Myj unle' P-.-was an I
snorer; He coul--'be hea-rd- fuitrher'ihats a
blacksmith's forge; hut mysaunt be com"Ior,"
atcctstomedf to, thhtl h- soot hed'her reposi;..
They were a ery donieslic couplee' ne'er
slept apart for niny years. At .' /.
uncle was requiredn4o atlendi-da Coui.'t shl ;.
hundre'd;miles'disrant. The firsi nitgh aiter ,
his departure, rmy aunti nevytrslepit a i':
site missed the snoing.1 Th ,+e'op n nBie,"
passed away in tie'Vm'i1"wra "itjihiob ae '
She-was gettih iilo i' vd '' bd tf,-,.'
probably would have died, had it not.'b ,
fair the irigeru6ity -of a servant gIrl r' "- 'ook* "
the cofee-.'nil: into my aunt's d.am,', ,
-ground her, to sleep al once ? A
Coa rPLIME -'TA E",.CoAC fW t l..' '
ladly, relurnin'glale fronrma'cotl1r asla I ,i
raiiilng. ordered-thle co:ich'inap r4iv tovi.l e WL
to the sidlewalk-, hnt Was slj'iuiable MQ iif.tA_..,
ac'oes slie- uiter.. m ." d'i_
-a. fa tl li t.'o dr d er aid: "'h ,.
Oh. no," said she, -' r am too'heaI4" ;'
Lord, mr.irm," replied John, "I amused
to lifting barrels of sugar.""


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berbore himn ltenderly ajong-thoie.m-Qgf'
Keniucky fought round their fallen' b.iqo,
and as retreating stepjijy step. they lau0p'c*
ed their swords and bayonets i6to'lhe face
of the'foe,: they said with every blow~."
" HENRY CLAY!" ..,
It was wonderful tI1Osee bow that natui
nerved tlieir arms, and called a smile to tIhe
face of the dying hero.; H0ow'if would ivi a
made the heart of the old iiian of Ashl.nd
throb, to' have heard Ihis name, yelling 'i
battle-ory, down the shadows of that I.uel
pass! 1
Along the ravine, and up this narrow path!
The Hero bleeds asa tey beiir h'n n. 'b'O ''"
tr:amlsa'i, wayw Ith his blood". Fasite add
thickIeritie Mt'kicanisswarm-Ihey ~ & th
circles roufld the fallen m:nm, even see his
.pale face, uplifted as a smile crosse i it s -
ding fineamneiils, and.'like a park oF wolve '
sieniirn g the frozen it.iveller at dead of nigh,
ihev cone howling up lhe rocks. atnd chae0s
the devoted band with one demise ma lor
bnyonels.
Up and on The light slllnes yonder, o -
the topmost rocks of the ravine. It is' rh1
light -of the selling sun. Old Taylor's .eye
is upon that rock, and there we will fighl
our way, and die in the old man's sight
It wag a murderous way, t'hi path iup) Nli
steep bank of the ravine! Iit iered w iti
dead, slippery with blood, it grew blacker
every moment with swarihiiig' Mexieans,
and the defenders of the wounded litro'. iell
one by one, into the chasm yawning all
around. '
At last they reach the light, the swnirda
and bayootels glUter in sight of tir'e coiniend-
inig armies, and the bloody cuiihest ruaid
towards the topmost rock
Then it was, that gathering ip lhis dtio -:.
frame-aimnied with supernaturil vio-- ?
young Clay started from ile arms of hii :
supporters, and stood with ouiitretch'd
hands, in the light 'of' the setting sun. It
was ga glrious sight whicli he saw there,'
amid tile rolling battle clouds';. Santa Anni'q
formidable array hiurled back ,into aVinj
and 'gorge, by 'Taylor's little Hand. ll it'a
more glorious-tling it was 'to see that dying,
man,-standinrg, for' the last tine, in the liaehib
of that sun which never shall rise for him,:
agaii. : a' :

'." Leave me !" e.slhrieked ;us he rell back"
on the sod-" I must die, and I will dl.
hereA! "Peril your lives no longer for t't6!
Go i There is work for you yonder ""'
The Mexica;nis crowded on, hungry fi0r
blood..' Even as he spoke, their bayopeis.
alistepning by hundreds, were leveTled';'t ihe
ihruais of the dewTed'badi'. -'B1-'
farc,eo[ -T-heir ovet wbelmt -_nUnLhere, .L -tj
crusliedl hem bacL froni the sidu of 'tl4
d ing Clay. '
Olie.,oinly lingerPd; n brave man. wh14
had kitown ihel chivalric soldier, nut Invert -
hiim loing ; he stood there. and covered se he
was with blood, heard these last.words =.: -
," Tell niiiy fath' r how I died. and give A-'m.
these pistols ."'
Lifting his ashy face. 'into lighi, he tuicd

his -eyes upon his comrade's face-p- '
the pistols in his hand-arnd fell baic k'thi'
deaiih.
That cnnrn.tde,''l with le l)istols ir,'hi.,
grasp, fuitgi't li h wiq alone to the Iopmos't
rock of the 1,ath, ail only poce looked'
hacl. He saw a qriiivni'1ig form, canopied'
by bayunels-he .aiw thise oursirechled'
hands araliplina with points of sleel--he saw
;a p.ile face lifted once in i lie light, ahd' aehi
ilarkiness ruslied upon he life of young
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From th( Phihudelpbin Inquicr.
neaerai Jacbton and G;eneral Taylor
Co:mparcd.
Letit Is coniiae thein. Withliount a ll
dislarasiing tie depanred, and even accord-
ing him many great qualities-it cannot be
denied that they were qualities of a danger-
ous tendency to the government. He hadl
great courage and great firmness;-but he
ad also indomitable will and ungovernable
violence of temper. Frank and zealous in
tlis friendships, he was not less unspariog
%aod inmplacable in his prejudices and-his eon-
'"ihfies. He never deserted a friend, nor for-
Rave a-foe. He infused a sort of military
ferocity inb' hiscivil adtivs, which some.
limes 14t us in dnidbt whdtiberl e was in the
cabinet or; camiip; anti though he steered the
.p ofsrstae with'tlhe steady hand of an un-
flhnchlig iilot, anoU never shrunk from the
w*torm, nor mbnifeste4d the slightest alarm, yet
'he tobo ofte struck terror into every other
'*outiodl 'boald 'by Iis adventurous reckless-
"nes,'ana 'ucolmpromisiugresolution. Pru.
dence did not belong to the catalogue of his
'virtueC Ilis sternness and severity held no
'coittunion with forbearance and humanity,
",-and as to symplaihy, justly so called, wih
him it seemed to be utterly extinct. Char-
*acieriatics uf this kinI, bound inmany men in
'ear, htul few in venerationi, nnd's ill fewer in
-love.' JHle did .tcth good to ihl cout'try,
'and ist a little harin--so iat at Otis tiimea,
*when ilj.iihil posirrily is about -idf]iiig
the bmlunce if:hlis ac ful whetlier ile ilifbis or the credit will pre-
ponderaer ice was an ei.riordinary man,
with extrordtlinaiy fiults. "Peace be with
him; aod while history' records his iifirmi-
ties and errors, 1r 't.uslil thlie page, or let
our gratitude obliterate its rememnbrance.
tirn we now *m the living. NWilh the
exceplion-of courage and fitnness, and-zeal
in his 'iendshipt. General Taylor hears no
resemblance to she illustrious departed.-
Mid, tercif'il rid forgivirnig, he seems to
hav'e norresntinnits ol Ihis own. Te strikes
neoblow but 'from the imtpilse of laity-andi
ditty fulfilled,1:h i infles his '.teirs with
those of hitiCriites -1l,0 returns 'iliein e'roan
for groan. With him v(*rim-visage'd war
has sinoeihetl his -wrinkled front."', Wilth
his compalnions in arms, "he is the plaiu,
blunt, unassuming stilirr, who re'ties:for Uis
distinction upon his actions, rather Ihan his
commission, and always exhilnits'tle superi-
ority of moral over mere lihyyical power.-
Hiicivilaccomplilshinerits are sollenled and
mixed up wiilth his militray prowess, that he
affords an most siriLing, if not unliaralleled
specimen of' the true citizen soldier-one
who might'sccurcly be translated from the
head of the army to the he.dl of ihe govern-
teent, or to tile ranks of the civil community
withnorother change lian tliat of apparel.
He has all Jackson's determination, with a
thousand times hiis prudence; all his gen-
erosity with none of his prejudices. His
friends doat upon him-his eneemies, or ra-
tiker i4e enemies of his country, oohy fear
liim. Be'isa grea:man--siill undeveloped,
but dnouhing bhy-*s proportions, an elast-icity
anril expanskieness 4" strength ndl ability,
equal'te ail) emeraenc:ies. Sternness mtnay
be 6st med by,hlimn when -it becomes ,neces-
ary,, au 'it ceases with rhe 'Aecessity. His
goodnFIs equals hIis (rea;tnes. and his.mod-
esty-is frifeitior 't usel'her. I do nut thiee-.
fore retwrhs-olaims upon mire'nriiltary quali'
ficatios, but upwin moral W'*l e,i'* mlh.
withol othkicht. a soldier is ; ,scourge, but
with whirlz, 'he comes trebly, recommended
to the proudest tffice ii the gift ol an a9p
plauding and graiefil lpeople-,lre Presi-
dency of ilthe Cnit ed'Suites.
PAYINGO t.E LF.Dv.-L,-W'e we're a good
deal amused at ;an ane'edo'ie we 'heii-rd the
other day, of a certakil preacher W'lros'e call-
ingdpnfined him wilshin ''lhe liftirs of old
KenTucky. He had preached i4n lis parish
mauy yeirs, and of course :ru'n sliort ot the
eloquenceso monch needed to keep his
hearers awake and astonished. Let him
-lKeach ever so well now, it made nnodifrr-
,ece, they had got so used to sleeping ; and
*sleep they would, to his great finnoyance.
Vt liast he hit upoin an expledient to brig
:'em uplstanding, as ilte stiyine is. He pro-'
*cured a sinall tin whistle, which he took
wilhhim to the pulpit, and afl'er taking
,Ifis test wad!l 'lhlhzinig away': until his Iungs
S wre ase *nd ^ms hearers all comfortably
Ilocang irllR nodding ipl)roval to each other,
he suddenly drew it "olith and gave a shrill
oot-a-toot. It) an bRsaiart the whole coat)
gregation was awvake'aad upon their feel,
staring at. the m iu-fistwr, at e;:h other, and
wonodering, what in ve';llt aie of pickles
' and human naturer, as Sam Slick says, was
,to ome next. 'You're a ser el" smart spe-
r.imens of hiumanity, aiu'l y',0 i?' said .the
divine whistler, as lie slowly gaged around
on his astonished' assembl;,gF,. WlieniiJ
preach the Gospel to you. you- tal goto
aieep; but the momenlr'l gnto playing the
devil, you're all wide awwk. ndl np and corn-
aC tire a rush of hIornets with ;a pole in

SvlxfB--Tha followiug is an anecdote
Itllln'.t nIfe kaled Jlhnann if tlers was
/MI polbll circumsiiance under which sui
cide would be juitifiabl lc. L*:
No." was the rea\i. -. ;


Well," says Boswel, "' 6;1ppoPe s malt
wa guilty oMlotme frauditha IlM was equally
cermid would be fund out."
W Why then," says J,,hiMin, in -thai
cease let him go to some country where-fie
is nol known, audt not to hie dIvil where he id
-known."
T491ING1 A M As'S NAMF. M IN VAINI.-By-
S-the-bye. speaking of' Sellenlly," did you
: ever know a little fellow by the name of Na-
thaniel Shelley ?--nne of lie criisiacea ?--
-He was complaining ilhalt somnre ue hd in.
sulted him by sending him a letter addressed
"6 Nat Shelley." ,
? Why," said a friend. I don't see.any--
thing insulting in tIP ant: Nat,' is an abbrevi-
ation of Nathaniel." -
S"Iknow it,"said the little man,'" but
curse his impudence! he peltt- it with a G,
--Gnat!" "
."That was taking liberties witir a maInn's
C0j0eie.vtB" 18 Mr. Pariington would say.
A jolly husband, not a thousand miles
from Bangor. who had been out on a bit
of t spree,'0 was saluted by his better half on
hil return with: 110, you hardhearted
wretch!" The husband meekly replied
= th'll,'edidn't think his heart could be very
hawd for he'd been soaking it" for the last
forly eight boars --M3ercury.


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Queeu Elizabeth.
Sir James Mackintosh, in his defence of
Peltier, spoke of Queen Elizabeth's influ-
ence over the English nation in these
words:
She breathed into them those grand and
powerful sentinenita which exalt vulgar men
into heroes-which led them into the battle
oftheir country armed with holy and irresis-
tible enthusiasm, which ever cover with their
shield all the ignoble Oplerests that base cal-
cuilation and cowardly'selfishness tremble to
hazard, and shrink front defending. A sort
of prophetic instinct-if I may so speak-
seems to have revealed to her the import-
ance of that great instrument for rousing and
guiding the minds of men, of the effects of
which she had no experience-which, since
her time has changed the condition of the
world-but which few modern statesmen
have thoroughly understood or wisely em-
ployed-wlhich is no doubt connected with
many ridiculous and degrading details-
wliich have produced, and which may again
produce, terrible mischiefs-but the influ-
ence of which must, after all, be considered
ms the most-certain effect and the most effi-
cacious cause of civilization-and which,
whether -it be a blessing or a -curse, is the
most powerful engine lhat a politician-can
move' 'I mean the press. It is a curious
fact, that, in theyearof4he Armada, Queefr
Elizabeth iiaosed to be pliuted the first Ga-
xt.ee lml evier, appeared in Fngland ; and IJ
[)wn, when I'consider that this mode of'rtis-
iug a national spirit was then absolutely un-
exampled--that she could have on asur-
ance of its efficacy -from the precedents of
foiner'times--I am disposed to regard her
havingrecourseto it as one of the most saga-
cious experiments-one of the greatest ldis-
coveriesof modern genius-one of the most
striking anticilpations of future experience
that we find iu history."
The Yankee Blade tells the following an-
ecdote of a college chum:
'H- a member of one of the classes
wa.is distinguished not less for dry wit and
sly waggery than for his address in evading
Ihe writing of themes, and in palming off
thle 1, brain coined currency of others as
his legitimate tender." One Monday
morning he read a theme of unusual merit;
but Professor A. smelt the rat," and as H.
finished and 'sat dow-h in the pride of ,con-
cious inerit, asked-:
Is that original, -'?"
Yes sir."
Are you sure of it ?" queried the pro-
fessor, dou'bliagry.
Why, yes sir." replied H--, wflh (he
most imperturbable gravity, andi that paste-
board countenance he always wore, '"it had
original over it in the paper I took it from 7"
MR. AND MRS. StIqPPF.--"Hey, hey!
what's that? Where, allow me to ask, are
you going at this lime of night, Mr. Snippe?"
cried a lady in notes of ominous sharpness.
Out," responded Snippe, with a heart-
'broken expression, like an afflicted mouse.
"Out, indeed! where's out, I'd like to
know ? Where's out, that you prefer it to
tire cormforteble ,pleasures oft'your own fire-
side?"
"Out is nowhere hin plrticular, but eve-
. where in general, to bee what's gohhlg on.
Every body goes out aler tea, M'rs 'nrrip'pe,'
they rto. ,
I ''No, Mr. Sni'ppe, every bafdy do'n't Do
I go out, Mr. Sihppe; without being able to'
say where I'm going to ? No, Mr. Snilpe,,
you are. not going out to- frolic, and drink,'
andsfnioke, and ribit round,upon my money.-
If you goout, I'll go out too. But you're
not going out. Give men that hat, Mr.
Snippe, and do ybu sit down there quietly,
like a sober reipectablemah."
And Srnippe did,.
Lord Wellingmon was in favor o" d,,elling
when i't was necessary. Col. Campbellwas
insulted at a ball but did -ot resent it, ancd
Wellington avoided him. Campbell went
to his lent for an explanation.
"You have disgraced your country sir.
You suffered a Portugese officer to Insult
you, and did not resent it."
I shot him at four, this morning, gen-
era ,'"
I beg your pardon," said'Wellingion.
"Take my arm; let us walk through the
ranks.')'
Tlhe honesty of the inhabitants on tlhe
Istinmus of Panama, excites the wonder of
the throng of emigrantl passing across the
country. No attempt at stealing hasever
been known among them. noiwillistanding
all the valuable goods continually passing.-
An open box of specie is Ifi in the woods
;to await the convenience of the natives to
transport it with perfect safely, and ts sure
to arrive ulhimately untouched. It issieted
lhat an English Company have for a long
time carried across a million of dollars in
silver, for almost every, mouth, for the mail
steaimers, and it. is turned over to the canoe
men--under the charge of nobody in parti-
cular--who carry it-to Charges. The bars
of silver often protrude through the canvass
in .which it is wrapped ; yet theft is almost
:Igheurd of. '
. >The Wo Vrcester Spy aoununces thie return
ofsomeemigrants for California who left


that town six weeks since. They went as
far as Paanama, and. finding the prospects
of getting to San Francisco very unpromis-
ing, here being hundreds of persons wait-
ing for a passage, Ilihy thought it, was best
to geti home while-they had health and
means to do it. They. report that others
from M.assarchuses wol.fid return.
A writer i an Irish newspaper, after men-
Ltioning the wreck of a vessel near Skerries,
rejoices that all the crew were saved, except
jfour hogsheads of molasses: ,
CoNTTrENTMENT.-L-Conteelent e- converts
everything near it to the highest perfection
it is capable of. It irrdiates every metal,
and enriches lead with all the properties of
gold. It heightens smokeinto flame, flame
into light, and light into glory : a single ray
of it dissipates pain, care and melancholy
from the person on whomit falls. In short,
its presence naturally "changes every place
into a kind of heaven.
'An old count paid his addresses to one
of the richest heiresses of Paris. In askiiing
her hand in malriage, be frankly said to
:her: ,4 Miss B., I anm very old, and you are
-young- will you do-me the honor to be-
come my widow,.


and all on board, seven hundred in number,
perished.
A dispatch on the 3d instant, announced
the blockade of a number of German ports
by Denmark.
Central Germany is in -a state of eonfu-
lion, the-Kine of Prussia having refused the
ImperialrCrown tendered to him by a small
majority of ihe Frankfort Assembly.
Letters from Turin of the 8th, announce
that after Gen. Mastora had bombarded
Genoa twenty-four hours, a nl the cily'had
e'en set on fire in several places, a deputa-
tion from the Municipality waited on .him
on the evening of (he 6th, to request an ar-
mistice'of forty-eight hours, in order to pro-
ceed to Turin; to arrange a capitulation.
The armisltice was-granted, and the deputa-
tion proceeded to Turin, where they arrived
on the 7th.
A'revtval 'of dislradtlions has'taken place
-in Italy. The'people having gained a tem-
porary triumph in Genoa and Tuscany, are
prpp;iri )( .o- resume further'encrodchments
in Austria.
'RRame,ih'u ghl'quiet at t-mne-iwt-, is far-
from beirg in a settled state. The Pope
still'coriiduaes at Gaetn.
lThe King ofuNaples -is-preparing for an
ir .m.ediate attack on thbecity, and "ha's'been
hiiheio restrained by an apprehension of a
rising of the Calabrians.
Virginia Elections.
The elections in Virginia, which 'took
place on Thursday, as far as heard from, are
favorable to the Wbhigs. Russell has 600
majority for Congress in Qhio county, and
Fawulkirer is also elected in'the Winchester
d strict.
Thie latest dispatch says 'there'seemsy'to'be
no doubt of the election ,of Bonts over all
opposition.
Canada Troubles.
From Montreal, we learn that the Gover-
nor'of Can-riia signed, 'id Wednesday last,
the inde'nfily bill, which caused great ex-
citement, and a tremendous riot was the
consequence. The stories set fire to the Par-
liament House, whiEch Was lesltoyed, to-
gether with the valuable 'Library of-'the
House and all the Public DocutnWenfs.
Mr. Moffet;-'a distinguished 'nfember of
the House, has been arrested for high teea-
son.


GOING TO CAUlFORiA.-The New York
Journal of Commerce, in publishing a card
from a number of emigrants who werede-
tained at Panama, cautioning o0hers:against
taking that rMute, 'appends to it thlie follow-
ing sound observations : '. "
We have no doubt these poor fellows
have suffered much Ihcodvenience and hard-
ship; but probably not mdre 'dr greaier
than those who _attempted a passage by
other routes. The fact is, it~is no joke to
-go to California, whichever routeyou take;
and if the various parties who have started
'to -go tiroind Cape Horn, across the Isth-
me's, by 'w ay of Vera Cruz, by the-Rio
Grande, by way of'Santa Fe, or the South-
west Pass, had oippotuiiniy "to utter their
'voice of warning,' we fancy 4t would come
to us in tones as admonitory ds the above.
The heart kndws its own bitterness, and
each adventurer knows his own fatigues,
disappointments and vexations. The then
of Col. Webb's party who died'of 'Cholera
on the Rio'Qrande, could ihdy,'ih the'ir'ex-
(remity, have addressed their breih'ren at
howm-c, wobud aouniess have warned them
tsginsi taking that faltvit ofe. They too
'who w'ee expeeting'to go to rhehbolloa, in
vessels bound artbunr the Horn, would have
'said : By all means stick to the land-doint
trust 'this Treacherous element, which is
about to swallow us up.' 'Don't trust any
'f the routes,' ivt;ud lie lu"r advice t1 many,
if not most of the men who stake their all
upon filis adventure. Why should they
who tire dofog e'Ven tolerably Wef at home,
risk their lives and all tley hold dear on
earth, and even their highest interests here-
after, 1'or'the chance of gathering a heap of
gold I It will ribt make them happy, if
they get it. And many will spend more
"than they get. Cultivate contentment at
'omte, in the business to which y6a'a're
called, and seek for happiness where'it is't
be found. You need not cross the onti-
neMtfbfi it.
POSTAGE ON PRICES CURIENT.-Tfce
Charleston Courier of the 25bth ul. says":--
The lb-lowing circular, with a copy of whic't
'we have'bee'n politely favored, will show thlih
ihe usual issues o'fr these commdrin.ctal 'doc'-
m'entsf-ro'm newspaper offices, are put o'
their proper footing by the Generl Poot- Of-
efice Department., The illibeiiil course,
heretofore pursued, in r.eferenCe to this rn'ai-
ter, has been in annoyance to ine'rehants,
and a restriction on the transmission of com-
mercial information, which we are pileased-
to see abolished. It speaks well for thle Irac-
tical views of those who adthiListered the
affairs'of that Department.

POST OFFICE D'PARTMKST. ^1,_.
jwov:.hnct Vi-Apiill-vimmi, & tsrj
SIR-My letter of the 20th ult. was. noi
sufficiently explicit. Prices Current seni ;is
circulars, when signed by theparnies isnuiin
them, are under the convention with Eng-
land treated as letters."
When they are published and sent as
newpapers-thal is periodically issued, con-
tain no manuscripts whatever, either in si,,.
nature or items, they will beheld sublijeci In
newspaper p'ostag'e olnly, wlhi'ch is two cernl
each, prep-red here, with one penny in be
paid on delivery in England. inl "liVilh a
penny stamnp duty in Gr-ea Briiain. lieii
sent from'thai country to this, subject i ;ia
further postage of two cents, to be paid on
delivery heie.
Respe'ctfully, your obedient s'erv;nt,
S.R. 1OBBIE,
First Assistanlt Post ,fal'er General.
SPost Master of Charleston, S. C.
APPOINTMENTS TO OFFICF.-Tliere is
much idle twaddle in the episleps olf leitr,,
writers from Washington, in relatrii ttl re.
modvals andt appointments. It appears flor
a statement in the Bahimore Sun. th;at l
the appointmehis recently male by tlhe
Postmaster "General. much llhe larger part
werel to fill vaeavbies occasioned Ihy resigna-
tiobs, sohme froi deaths and soeie trnoi de-
clinations. Of the whole number, onl
twelve were outright removals. The Wash-
ington Whig says:
We are autihorised to say, that not a
smele removal has been made in the Post
Office. Deprtiaeni, by the present Admino-
isiraiiob.,'except Ior ca,,se, and were it ne-
cessary for a just administration of ihe'du
ties of that Deparilmeni, that the cause of
remoal from office should be made known
to the country, it would be promptly and
fealessl done in every case. The Admin.
istration of Gen.' Taylor asks for no favorr,
shrinks Frbm ho resiponbsbilid.",


PROkBL.E DEPALCAiTOt.-Obn Saturday
j. Prescott Hall, Esq., Ihe-newl' appointed
U. S. Attorney for this District, says the
New York Courier 4" Enquirer, made a mo-
lion in Couri, which was grounded on the
probable'deffllcation of Mr. Ely Moore. lie
U. S. Marshal, to the anioUnt of $18.500.
Some lime since the brig Lavfrence, was
libelled at this port by the United Slates, an
the ground of having been engaged .in the
slave trade, and the U. S. Marshal took
charge of her by virtue of hi, office. Sice
had on board the sum of 820,0660 in specie,
which Mr. Moore iphced in bank asa special
deposite, the law requiring Ihat the money
should be paid into Court, but he preferred
keeping it in that manner to save tlfe half
per cent. which would have accrued to the
Clerk, as his fee for the custody of it. Soon
afterwards Mr. Moore transferred the spe-
cial deposit to his own private account, and
on Saturday Mr. Hall moved that the Mar"
shal pay the money forthwith iqto Court,
where it rightfu1y belonged,.-but ourau ex-
amiuatiob iuto his private accou'at.at ihe


bank,, it "was ascertained that he only had
fifteen hundred dollars onadepit. An order
was then made that uqleu hedpay the money
into Court on that day', an attachment woule
,issue against him on Mood*y. On enquir.
ing ai the office of The Clerk on SaBurdiy
afternoon, we were informed liat the money
had rot yet been paid,; and our readers cab
guess ras'wella!!a ourselvea oyesfib&-babUij
whether it ever wil) be. In by'e-gone limei
this would have been called a defalcation,
but we do notknow wbat new lerm hai beto
invented iincetfrr thisspecle'ls ot ofcial de.
linquency. *
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LATEST r't. Ca.lpo RNI A.--fhe siri-
inglon Union publishes the follow ing lidlr,
dated- M


APALACHICOLA, THURDAY, MAY 3, 1849.


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O:p The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:-
WiM. W.CHErVER, isq., Albany,'Ga.
Maior JACK HARDMAN, Eutaula.Ala.
JAS. J. OLIVER, Tallahatsee. Fa.


By Telegraph for Chlarleston Courier, April-28.
ARRIVA.] P OF "6CAMBRIA."
A dispatch, dated Baltimore, April 27th;
received here'yesterday morning, announced
the arrival of the 'Br. Steam Ship ('ambria
at Halifax ihe preceding day, with Liver-
pool accountslo the14tih inst. The Cam-
bria brings out $250,000 in specie. The
following is a synopsis of tie 'intelligence
,she fturnishes.:
The Markets.
'COTTON.-The Cotton marketwas dull
during the week preceding the sailing of
the Cambria, standd there was a farther de-
cline of one-eighth to a quarter ofa.penoy.
The week's transactions amountdjo 22,000 bales, of- which 500 were taken by
'speculgatrs, atdi,'300 for export. The clo-
sing quotaliens were as follows --Uplind,
ordinary 31,1o 3j ; fair 40 ;* Mobile fair 4X.
New-Orleans, ordinary 3j to 3j; fair 41;
'Sea Islands, fair to good fair 10 to 11.
[We give this-quotation as received but have
no doubt it is an error. -Fair Uplands should be
quoted at 41.]
BREAD-STUFFS.--In consequence of .the
resumption of hostilities between G'rnmany
and Denmark, whereby the supplies from
the Baltic have been almost suspended, the
market for Bread-Stuffl in Liverpool for
the last week, hlas evinced some marked
symptoms ofreanimation. The Iatest quo-
tations for rtte best Ohio FIOUR have ad-
vanced to 24 a 25s. pur barrel. Wheat,
while and mixed, 6s. 4d. to 6s. 10d. Corn,
yellow, 30 to 32s; while 28s. 6d. to 30s.
Corn Meal, 13 to 14s.
PROVISIONS.-Beef had gone off at retail
but slowly. Pork is in limited demand, and
at receding prices. Western Bacon has
sold freely during the week, at 31s. to 35s.
'6d. The market is considerably reduced
Ifor Hams, and there is but a dull enquiry,
but Shoulders brought the extreme price of
31s. 6d. per cwt.
N.A... CI-. V-.-._ A


S'SAW FRAncisCO,; Feb. go, IsO4.
DEAR B : Since my, arrival' here on 4i*e.
1-71h instant, 'no less than nine -lirge rvesslk.
halve arrived and lots ofpeolple. Butfor
the gold region, the" accounts from which
jiuft received represent the sofferiogs o(f ,be
people thliere to be'great. Many have died,
and many -more *ill follow. Thot disagree-,
able a11d rat-y season does MoLeud until
Itie momnh of April.
"As may be supposed, everrthingIis 1n-
aiirchy andi confsion ; '6, in oiher word,
every one does as he pIleasemso nd lakes ucar
of himself. '
L Conitijin'lhre Jones has gnne'n an ex-
ppition up the bay, in 'ihe Souliahampo-f,
with a View of asreerltliring how far ItheI nav.
igation is praciita;lre tbr lirge vessels. *. '
"6Real estate is as deirlisli is in :Broad;
way--al leasti,, as' muh is askedI. ibut here
are iio, I,,,se'4h r -16 Vhace ;iffrJlh, any
oitftlo is, a 'i;f *o 'iei',odn to puI YhI jr'i lr .
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SAs high; an inleir.si as 5 I)tr ehl. per
'monrhi '114s heen ,'paid hrin-onry. ,lypthIle-
carting re4 csiaie which cost $100 aI year
ago, and now Wii "rili 'o.000., and the like.
"4A ^grea't'de;il .yn'u hear from ihe pol'l
region is. *T 'ct.irse. exaggerated; but l
We' le s Ifxoinpl-s gu'passes apylihing yel
liea'rd of. Indped, td all 'reports be Irne,
(he whole earth is mixed whil it for liun-
dreds of miles, ile exient pf which lhasr nol
yet been ascert4i edl, and there cannot LJe a
'tceaciiy 'ol tie atrirule a thousand years tb
'cootie. #* *
S'"Gohl ha- ris,_ 'in value 1 o lh 1-50 a 415i
'nrid ft is 'not likely' 1 gn 'do'we. There is
no.I much, h,,wever, in irrar'ket; and next
fal! here will be an immense quanlily
r h l i ".. .
P. S. The.meafPleb arie kOlltrg all tAie:
InAabiiunts V6o idte Sanilwhich Tshl,'nds ; 10.-
00, "it is relporied, have died. ,Our enm-
ilis4ifteiritasA struck his flag. and is: a lo-g.
gerheaids with Ihe Kanaka GuvrP'n'mnent.-"
Comoindore Jones, I believe, 'will g'o ovep
there. ..

SkhMABRKABLK 71,MPERA NCX LAV.-X
stringeft bill rielaiing to intnxicating drinks
has beenpassed "by thile Wisconsin Lesi.-4
lliure. consisul ng of Ie sertiins. It r'e'-
quire ;0ll pF-suns who wouldd vend or rrea*
r4i--" )tj; ^h," fi~ero~-; tIBo^m u>|^
lown ;iiuihonrlies, wli li rcd .ureliezeri .
%100OU, rnnidiiiined In p;iy all damyies tle
coinniuiiiiy or individurils may susain by
teasiml of r Itch Ir;lffic; to sib il)ork nll piilt-
[>ers, widowsws and orplhans ; pay the eipehisPs
of all Ucivil inir mset I.itlns iiiade, growing ol't
of, itlrjusfly aliribilalale to sucl liaffic.,--
And ii is iIade die dnly of tle officer hlrd.i
ing the lind i to deliver i iu o a'ny Ipers;n
Shlo nlmay claimiI to be injured lby said tramc,"
We ieole a fe~w of the renifiingng pnrovi-
ions :
Sec. A. i sliall op lahwful for any nimarrie'
wonin I1 insiiiuie. in her own u; inle, a suil. ,
on ;ini% surh liond. for all daniigelie smia,-iu)le
by lirsr l"l' t chil'd-eh n h accouniit suiiitI
Iraffic ; andi IhP money e vlhen rolleredl slhall
be p.iid J i ;er 1i0 lier, "luot lte iise 'of liersllt"
and ( hillrltn.
Sec; 5. Nn suils for liquor bil.shsl lih .- -
eiile,.,,iied by any 0of +i couiis ,f ,hiW
Siaiie. ;iIdn wlhenevpr il slia.ll he i;a4i4dfh amp-
i.',i ii ;'ny cotr, hefoie which a suiir-ibio
I' i),lwndigi. (in a i'oiissory noie. ihil swyel\
liile "35 g16 '11 1', \trle in part for i- niIcA
bill, sii-h .tourn is ihall i niii ediaielT dhlikiii, .
such i tii alI ie costssof 14e p|l ni ii'f "
Sec. 7. Whenever a pi)rsohl tall htecoirle
a coiiiy, t'ily or vilON 'e ci'a'rl Ik reason
of inleinper-.Jce, asU8i'my te'in ilS'Rim d by
the plopet authorities, on ilie boUtdlltot1 ,'.
person who maay Ihave bien in the hibit of
selling or giving,- liquor t'o-pkh peron okr
pauper sib becoming a publi..eCarle. 4
This rpmirkabre 'e.press'ion of.itP'c,
opinion in WiseoS'ia or ,1Att objectt Ojf,,
spiriious liquor'' -palil tih-.tenale by
a vote of 10 to 3, and the Assembl, 29 tI
21. It goes &ojnetep 'b f.oalla.Viegids-
lalion on the subject ia the. cttrol.
". *., - % ." "." *.-',.. <; .%
ARTICLES OF JLirU*-BV--4reais workoe-"
the History of the Preiou1is %a^Ji'J -J
cently ,ublishBd in H.FMydb \lrf I ^ ~
gatlier the following curious slatistic.: Tjhe
value of the &il#erJTeai-b" ns'in 'lie niteh
Slates is estimale'd at 'S6,000,000; of SiP"
ver Table-spoons 27,090.000; pf ii ;
Forks $4.C0b.ObO0; a.det Plaelbant4, j\
:service s,50o0,00. ,.O ne 40~t4e bpl.r oT"
the above work is deiioted-to jgodl) hlt^g 4 I
and in this the writer gives if[ Oa'b..Di.n 1'
that ihe.eniigrnlibn, oplat, 'a'l.a i F ; ,. .
twenty thousand emigrants to Calffniatii :', "
one ypa'r. wiN tost the United *At Sfti.; i
260.000, which sum must be recebived'io r-.
turn for expenditure before th ,rOfip A ,
commence. ',- ,, .
+:. L. .. ; "..+ *? fi "|,.
SInAMESE TWiflf.^-rSvfUr~liB~d~ICP~s~
-The Siamiese Twins, rho haf'blie*6-tiK some years with wives 3~ eBd -U^|a^^ their
own plantation' in Nort[! CBLoait", ,rp
to be on their way io New York'to 10 lmar
for Europe; wilh a view|o+'cni8li .'r4 m
emiuenrt surgeons OB Ihe-ipicaidatlly oT ,
operation to divide the ligament hAie Ivffi16
them togeihCT. It is further sald matQ'
sof itheidr-sisirs 'lid b5Me.'LIJ 9dejtlfititt 'tlfr
family of th.pol~ ror'lf Siam. .' 1,


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I.nVAL, OiTOIES.-i ive tons of American
Turpentine sold at 31s. 6d. per cwt. One APPOINTMENTS.-We see by the official
hundred barrels Rosin we-t' disposed of at reports that the following gentlemen have
the reduced price of 3s. to :3Ss. :6d. per cwt. been appointed Timber Agents in this State:
CHEESE Of fine quality is scarce, and the E. D. Traey, for he Atlantic Coast,
general demand dull. Lard had advanced East Florida.
6d. per cwt~. John Waterston, for the Gulf Coast, East
6d. per cwlt.
Florid,.
General Intell gmce. Florida. .. .
E"NLGLAND -Consols801at London are quo- isaac TowLsend, for1liddte Floidta
Ant -) 11%_Al I ?.Lei'Spfr % ;"hVi d
Ied pt 92A. Ti p- As": "ibO !< ,,"11,io^ -C! 4in-- "- r -' -
is'in eo-ase ef progress throughol Eurdl, r o Vo. na oe Pe O Plan
ha's 6'visible effect in England. She re- i "
mains quiescent, but wilh less glowing pros.- We have een fav.red with the sight and
peels of a revival of trade. taste of some of ithe finest vegetables of the
Lord Palmerston read a notice of the season, grwn in- his ga'ren near Old Wo-
Blockade of 'Palernmo-by the Neapolitan man's Bluff, by Mr. SA)':EL A.LDVtDiCE.
Govern'me't. They were squashes--nuurtitred since &lhe
IrtLANp.--The trial of Duffly was pro- frosi-and we wou", ti' rashly risk our
grossing at Dublin, but the result'eould not reputation foi vera:ciiy-- avioi eaten the
be ascertaIned in itime to send on by the proof-by saying how much they severally
steamer. The news from Ireland continues weighred. Our readers may believe, howev-
to be of the most heari-rending character,. er, that they were some punkins." Sam
The reports for the I as-y'e'ar, of the District hasn't them for salt,; but, knowing'r
Poor Law Inspeciors to the Cbmmissioners propensity to % Valk into'-green things, he
at Deblin, record a volume of misery o0lhe gave us a uies'.
most dislirliiig description. ALAsAMa.--The National Whig siys. :-
PRA^NC.-Affairs are tranquil ii this "A friend writii'g ^is" from Monlgomery,
country, bi all parties ar preparing f he Alabnffa, assures us, that Belser will be ihe
great electoral struggle about to take place. hext Governor; that the Taylor men will
There are thirty vacant seats in the Nation- surely send representotives to the 31st o-.
al Assembly, in conseqUence-of deaths and gress tirom the lsi,-d, 3d and 411 Districts,
resignations. More than sixty memhers'of and that a Whig majority is certain to be
the Assembly are confined by iiidispsition, secured in the Legislature. This last point.
The cholera is making sad avages 'I1nong if .hieved, ill give us two Senteirs i% the
the troops quarlteredtemporariiy in garrison next Senate."
at Paris. It is believed Ihat a dalnpness of
the weather I'-is conilibutedto-a develop- A MINT SECVRED FOR CAL..ORNA'.-
mert ofthis disease. Measures have 'been Tbe Norithiamplton Gazette states that the
adopted fort(he'removalof the troops into tastal'huseit any Califoriia Company,
more health quarte.-, formed at that place, start for their dettina-
CoTitNENTA ,.-We have detailed ac- tt~n ibon overland, wiih all the fixiugs for
counts oNhe des.rucion of the town establishing a private ininl a. Sab Franocisco;
counts of [the destruction st the town sof.. -
-- +-, .-. with thle approbation ofithe governments'.
Brescia, and a general slaughter of the in. w' h bV e ap-ohW m.oH of the govermae. t.
habitants, after a siege of eight dys. Bres- they "ae iBW9m' H. Hsaye a graduate
of Yale College, -an assayer well qualified
cia, wo rather the ruins of rwhai was oace q
to discharge It' duties, Find maebhmei'y ca.
Brescia, is in the hands of jhe Austriaiis. t dsc e luies, and mahiey .
The 'i1 was bombarded tor six hours, and pable of 'coining $10,000 a day. It is their
e nlention (says the Gazette) to purchase
the streets were carried at the pot0t of the netion (sy e Galle) o purchase
bayonet. Tiht inhabitants were driven into gold dust the current prices, and Irans-,
tori it into coin for circulat1n, i
their houses aod burni alive,
Vienna journals contradict tle report of The Sav;innih Republican of the 23d ulh.
General Bern's defeat by the Russians anld says: The Hon. Thomas Builer King ar-
the flight of his troops into Wallaclhia. It rived here on Saiurday evening last, in the
appears, on-the contrary, thatihe Austrian Southern steamer, ahd iook his departure
General Packner, surrounded by a hostile yesterday in the mteam-ship Falcon tor Cha-
populaiion, has thought proper to resign bis gres.,-c\Ve understand that the proprietors
commandandnd place himself under the pro. of the liees of:Atlanlic and Pacific Ocean
tectiou of the Russians, in Wallachia. .,' Steani-ships, tendered to Mr. King a passage
A victory has been gained by 1tie Hun- toiSanFrancisco, during the'recess of Con-
garian forces over the Austrians. The lat- gress, to afford him an opportunity of ex-
ter lost 1300 men, 24 pieces of cannon, and aminiog personally, the route across the
40 wagons. Isthmus of Panama, and the general con-
On the 31st March, the blockade of Vi- edition of tlie great IbOroughfare already
enna by the Austrians was formally an- established, mainly through his enlightened
nounced. and palrioic course as a member and Chair-
Intelligence has been received that hos- man- of the Naval Committee. Mr. King
tilities had been recommended between Den- -expects.. to return home in lime to lake his
mark and Prussia. A Danish. fleei, in at- seat at the opening of !he next Congress,
tempti&,gjo capture a fortress off Decken: aod 'e doubt not, our,country will derive
dorf. was utterly defeated; and a line-of-ba- -great advantage from the valuable informa-
tie shipand a frigate fell into the hands of tion which lie Will not fail to acquire, con-
the Prussians. A line-of-battle ship ground- cerning our ew.ane >d extensive possessions
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^ ^Cfc *Saford:aanaon last, about ooe
mile below our town, a fire broke out in one
.rrtab afrh* loaded wilthcottoo, attached to
-.sbhe Mglbt train- on the Western &' Atlantic
:, ItliRba1d, while on its downward passage,
r ^whi 666aa d some 26 or 30 biles of cot-
- .. 1 o a a9let wihhth e car. The fire is sup.
"P-0.l _po ^p originated by a *park from.
Sth e lipomot- ie, whch lighted the cotion, it
., c ,il,,of oa eir.--Mari( (Ga.) Ad.
. M U 96tkimst.


,Wh tyer yon, get a black eye iy 'a fall on
Ib#,I-, 'fr,'lrm rnooing gnatni tlihe bed-
po, q. ortom running away frommin powerful
1atk, apply cloth wrUng out of'tery warm
tt *64hu" i ..ad heat |iquefies the blood
aded Uil t nto ihe proper chanelos.
a'ttee warm or hit. but hever :old, waier to Mte
br a es., .... .


:;:~OE ~E iOMM tI AL~.

r.""'i:' 'rom on C ; ie Ciirrnt of Mbnday.
Zen" 6,mw B the Market,
:.. FrO*T" PAST wKsK. .
We ha4-te nosee another week of Ui-t -
; ew a0i,h acivryt'#6 all departments of trade,
'Oreotton iarke'lethas'o'een illthobat entirely neg-
1 leif, o wing to ',the high, pretensions of factors,
'and small stock offering
Oqrrivier; which h 6'4 bee very low the
'10t two weeks, is now in boating order, some five
or six boats having arrived ,ince TIday, with
parts of cargoer, reporting about two feet rise, but
fallingg again.
.The reoeipts at this port amount to 146,441-balpi,
,and there is yet' tocome forward some I12,00


Vt&tmtu teetht i Last
V year.
atoaofiian Sel.'Cl~t~rT''?578
tecedived past' 8 ays.......... 104
previously.... .... 146444
Total.......- 14705t0108167
Exporited past days..........73894
S previously......... 117072
Total....... 124466 83498
6n haand and on shipboard notcleared 22589 24669


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New York and Savannah Line
of Steamers-=W eekly,
SAILING EVERY WEDNEsDAY.
'I'he new and puG
periir Steam -Sh ips,/t]ir
r' ENNEu PSS E,~YP~~PY
Laijl JOHl e COLLINS, and CHhKlt,., Cwl.t.
'THos. LioN, will, until lur her notice, leava
Savanmiah and Nvw York every WErXWlCrt *r.
commTencinig with the 28th March '
These swit Steamers are each 'f 1,S=0 tons
burthen, built in the strongest and ,it approved
manner, and are unequalled in'ull thenetid'bl
qualities to give confidence as well asdispalchqo
travellers. ,They have all tie arctrtnrcd ationl.
for passengers, and freight requisite; to entitle
them to liublic patronage.` '
The Central Rail-.R,ad will dispatch an eitm
train lirom -Maron Tuesday evening, to connect
with these steamers on Wedrinsday, and Ifrom
Savannah en their arrival if needful.
Passage j25--payable in advance; i6r whbieh,
or freight, apply to
PADELFORD &.-PAY, Savannah,
or SAMWLLi, MITCHELL,
.No. 194 Front-st., New YmT,
,March 21, 1849. n 0-yif
For Liverpool.
:.- THE substantial Br. bark DAUNT.
.-i^g LESS, Johnson, master, Iavine the great.
"sBS ter part of her cargo engaged will have
dispatcrn or the above port. For freighlit of the
remainderr of her cargo, apply to
May-3 J. DAY &. Cf.


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BY WILLTAM D. MbSELET.
Gov.nor. v o .loi.o .-.
--THEREAS, It is required by law that an e o-
V T Hon be held inI llo. Si;,lt on the fil-i, Mon-
day in May next, for a Re.is'l-r pl' Public Larnd-,
to hold until the fir!- l.ji.dtv in Orlic.bc-i, 180;
also, ler Judceis of' P'n bale I,,r Ihe sevu.ral C gy
ties, to hold till ilhefitst -Monday oft' Ocr.her, lXl, ,
and for Justicesof Ihe Peace for each Di.rrict iu
the Several Counties, to h;ld for two \e'irs. (all
of said -fficers to continue in ,qffiee Ill*'hoir suc,.
ce.enrs shall bhe elected ia,:dq., ilfied ;)
IT Is HKRF.Bn.ORDxnrD, That the qaid plocr._
tion be held thrr,ghi,,l the Stale, according to
laew, and the ifficerls A hlse dui. n is t, aord, raid r
elections Hll (lakce nlice lerrf;:
Witness mny han ad andte t reat Peal nr ti
Slate given at lie Catflul, tlIIs 20th day
LSEAL of' Jdaill;ir, :A. D. ]54s', andIi oi he In-
depondence of the Unired Stales the
73d year.. ,
W.D. .MOSeLEY, Governor. '
-Atlfst c: clr i\ .. .
A. E. MAXWVLL, Spcrefarv of 9t8e.
January 25, 1849.
)3- A ll I'dllI ill Ihe Slale in-erl two mnnths.
Eleelion Notice.
A N E'ecti, ,will he held l ai he Apalrchirch
Precinct, in the C.rnlv ,,I Frinll n,Stie
,,I Flo'rida, on tie firF-t M,,iidav in M,v next, fl'
a Rfgisler ol' Public Lrnd,.o'ln,.ld! until the first-*
Molntlav. nl'Dctlger,', 150; alon Ilr a Jndue of
Probdia f.,r Franklii (',Cnt 11,, hold III the first "
Mnnday ol Orl.,ber, 1S1i ;' and fr. four .lutlire'
nrf'lhe Peace lor Franklin CoInY, to hold Ior
Iwn year; alnil ol'said officer+ to comiIrnme in.f4o@ --
nill theirr successor' Phal[ be cleted an d qualified .
and of said plec'ltirn H. R. 'T.alor, Wm. A. IMWt-'{ '
and Charles Pratt will act cs I'sipectorsa.ddminlk ;
return thereof according t-, law. '.
A. T. BENNETT,-" '
.. .T Judge of Pobat.".- --
pAsa,'hiicr:la, April 18, 11;49. ". '
-,, PUia Killer. ."'
ERRY DA\VIS'S V.g,-tble Pdin Killer,jift '
S received and for izlc- bv th'r ,bkage'or doe"n.
Feh I ltrlI N & Co. ,
Hnvana Toba"cco eei, .
FOR sdle by
eoIl Ji F A BELL.


Lumber.
VELLOW' Pine, ass.orted sizes and qualiliesi,
J. Jiruiper, i 6 ..
Oak Plaik, Wheel Arms and Butket Plank, for
sale by PETI'ER HOBART,
Feb S Coin nerce street.

C ORN -1.500 bushel] river boltom'! white
,orn, in sacks, for sale by
Mar. 29 D B WOOD.

Fever and Ague.
O SGOOD'.S India 'Chol ,,iipe, an unfailing
0 remedy tr Fever and Ague, and other bil-,
iuu? dnieaies, Ibr sale by
March 22 H F A BEI.L.
Citron, Currants, Raisis-Le-u-e-
Olis, &e.
UJST received in fine order, End I'nr sale by
Jan 11 C A GRERN & Co.
Hemp and Cotton Duck.
A FiLNE as-inrimnent just received Irem New
York, for sale by
Jan II C A GREEN & Co.
DPOrATOS--100 bbls. (planting) just receive.
S ed and 'nr sale by
Feh 1 B ELLTSON & Co.
: Bagging anid Rope.
C''" PCS. superior Kenluckv R.!gging,
S. 100 coils. Rope,
Just received and Ior sale low fior cah, or al,
proved paper, by


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Rio Coffee.
_VSACLS prime green, new crop, jist re-
51. received, and for saleby .
Jan 11 C A GREEN &,Co.-


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NtVEJ; SPOILS.
while tlie other DOE. ; sourinh, fermenting, and bllw
in" thr bottles ciltaining itinto fragments ; the sour, acid
liquid exp,,ding nind d itnaging other goods M lust not
this horrible compound Ibe poisonous to the systetol-
Wnat! ,tt acid ito a systnt, already diseased with acid I
What causes Dyvlepsia but acid I no we not all know
that when foodt lirs in our stoninach what mischilef
It produces I flatulence, henrthitro palpitation of the
heart, liver cnulnhilint. uiarrha., dysentery. colic, and
torruption of the Ihlood ? What Is Sr.roful hbut an acid
htloir in 'the body 7 What pr-idnces all the hunmon
whirh bring on Eripllonis of the Skin, Scald Head, Stlt
Rbheun. Erysipelai, White Swelllng,, Fever Brea, and
all uIlcerailons Intiernal Anid external ? It is nothing un-
der Ilheaven. but nidl ic l.ub.-lince, which sonrs, and thus
spoils all the fluids of the body, more or'les. What
causes Rheuamtlien but a srur or arid flul, which in-
sinnteas itself between tdie joints and el.eewhere. IrritL-
tinr and intlaming the delicate tissncs UIpon which it
scLs'l So of nervous diseuaes, of ilmpurity of the blood,
of deranged circulations, and nearly all the ailments
which nfflirt hunian rnature.
Now Is It not horrible to inmike and sell, and ifiitel:dy
worse to u-e this
SOURING, FERMENTING, ACID "COM.
POUND" OF S. P. TOWN'SEND,
ani vet he woull flin Itive It understood that Oldi Dr. Ja-
co)b }'ownhse and's OenUitc Originnal Sarsaparila,isan IH-
ITATION of his intferior Iprelpratlon !! .
Henven forhid that we should deal In ih article which
would bear tlhe nisit distant resemblance to S. P. Town
send'ss airifel" and whli:h sinuhld'btink down upon theo
'Old Dr. suh a inoutt: n In load ofeomplalnts hindcrihilna
tionq from Agents who have'sold, arid pattchaser who
`hnve ,,sed S. P. Townsend's FE&MENTINO COM
POUND. ` ' I .
SWVe wish' itnderstotn;d'beeause jt is the alfsol';tetrut,
that 8. P. Toisnenrd's article andl Old Dr. Jacoh'b Tdwn
senl's Sars.)artilla .arae heaven-wide apart, and infinitdly
dissimil,;r ;.that they are unlike In every particular
itavlgi not'one single thing in common.
As 8. Pi'i fonsemtd is no doctr, and never'wM, is no
chenist. no plhnrtnic,:utlst-'knows 'noftore.of ne0iinei
Or disease than any other enn,,inii. 1 lWentfli rtupr'lfl-
%ionnl.man, wh'at uaran,:ee rn th" pnlilc hpve that
they are receiving a pgenUtine Ocienttfie minedicine, con
teiainv, 11 the virltteA of the articles used in preparing it,
and !-'I.It are incapnbleoof charges which might ren
dcr'tlhemi the AGNTS (Trif Disease intend of health.
But what elip should i e exlpetedl from one whi, knio6',
nuthiing cmilirntlively oft teliclne or Alifease-. ,t Ure-
quiresit a 1Cerw, if u:'tllle xperience to cook and serve up
even a co,,tlll,,i!t daeint lIlleeal. How mlllch more liupor
lamt i it tOit ti. In |ir',lis who inantiiacture nld cine.
designed (r :
WEAK STOACIIS .AND ENFI.ERBLID SYSTEMS
should klnlow \vlI ih miediecl properties of plants. the
rest manner of aecuring and cncentrating their healing
virtlles, nIso sin exte,,sive knowledge of the "arionsdis"-
eases.which lntilct thle human system, and how t0 adapt
reunedies to these diseases! '
It is to unrest frauds upnn the Bnfortunate, to ponur
'ball Into \wounded hinrllnity. to kindle hope Ih the'dte-
pairing lhoi- Into the crushed and lirkpn hr ien d to Ibnlsh ifirmity that
OI.D) IR. J \C)}} 'T'OWNSENI) has SOUGHT and
FOI ND 4he oppir, tuilty and l'ne.ns to bring his
Grand IUiversal. Concentrated
Retifiedy *. I,
within the re'-:h,-and to, the knowledge of all who neld
.t, that l:.c'y inMy learn and know, by joyful experience,
its
Tn'atraecpndeut Powver to Hteal.
Principll- lifriep 1'01 NISS'in-st. N, Y. City.
For sale wholesale and retail by
J. I. GRIFFIN,
SSole Agent, Apalachicola, Fa.
Mav y 1, 1S49.


vessels loading find it difficult to fill up at c. To
Liverpool ihe rates are not established at 9-16, but
vessels loading are offering to take at that rate.
QUOTATIONS:
To Liveripool................. ... 9.16d.
Ne* York..............*...tc.
Boston..........*.... .... .16 .
Providence.........' ,....... -e.


SPassengers.
Per steamer Palmetto--dipt Hubbard, Brown.
Per steamer Fashion-Gen A C Gordon, Sam'l
Watson, Jas Herald.
PerAtealoer Boston-W S Beal, W Mahaffey,
D Foster.
Per steamer Quincy Mr Hines and lady, Miss
Denham, Mrs Alien and family, T P Denham, Mr
Armistead, L Lott, Mr Worthing.
Reei tee s from the'Inuterior.
Per steamer Palmrettouo-4i bales cotton to J C
Maclay; 841 to lockhdrt & Yoiiig; 13 to Wylie A
McKenzie; 8 tb Harper &, Holmes; 8 to Hill.
Dawson & Co; 79 to C Rge'rs &t0... .
SPer steamer Fasshion.610 bales cotton to Hill,
Dawson & Co;.68 1o A N McKay & Co. 7 to
Lockhart & Yoihg; :14to W G Porter &- Co.
'Per sitPHmer Southelner-W1 bales olttonwto B
Ellison & Co: 90 to E P Bults; 81 to A N McKay
& Co; b7 to Wylie & McKenzile; 20 to Harper &
Holmes; 2 to W G Porter & Co. ,
Per steamer !Emily-260 bales otton to N J
"Debloist 101 to Hill, Dawson I& Co; 14 to Lock-
hirt'& Yo1n,0";.:5 to A N McKay &Co; 50 to Wy;. -
lie & McKenzie.
Per steamer Boston-650 bales cotton to N J
Deblois; 2 to W G Porter & Co.
Per steamer Quincy-3 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young: 2 to Wylie & McKenzie.
Per barge.Live Oak-.44 bales cotton to W A &
P C Kain; 41 to-T L Mitclel.
Per'barge -Henrietua-18 bales cotton to Wi G
Porter & Co. '*":-
r" ,_ --texlporti. ,
'fiLVERPOOL-Per ship Solon--i1768 baleiiot.
-ton.
Per ship Sabattis-1535 bales cotton.
Per ship Leopard-1840 bales cotton.
,Per ship America-1769 bales cotton, 10tsticks
cedar. .'
ANTWERP-Per ship Elizabeth D.b n--
2210 bales cotton..
TRIESTE--Per Aus. ship -Elodie--l0b- bales
cotton .*
N'EW YORK-Per schr Laura Jane-241 bates
cotton.
BOSTON-Per bark, Llwellyn-675 bales cot-
ton.
Per brig Globe-fi60 bales cotton.
Per bng ludge Whitman-340 bales cotton.
Imports.,
LIVER POOL-Per bark DauntlesE--SO0 sacks
sa lt .. /


Dissolution.
THE Copartnershtip heretoflore existing under
the firm of J. C. ALLEN & Co. is this day
dissolved by.mnutual consent.
J. C. ALLEN,
J. I. GRIFFIN.
Apalachicola, April 25,1849.
J I. GRIFFIN is miy authorised agent during
My absence from the State.
April S25, 1S49. J. C. ALLEN.


A card.
rTHE undersi-ned respectfully informs his
Sfrierids and Ih.- public generally,that having
purchased the entire stock of DruIs and Me di-
,'itws oft he"'atefiirm of J. C. Allen & Co., he will
continUe the business at'the old stand, where he
is now receiving a large additiorial supply of
fresh Drugs, Chemicals, Dvesluff4,'Paints, Oils,
Glass, Perfuimcry, &.c. &c., and w-uld be pleased
:to receive a continuance of the patronage hereto-
'fore so liberilly extended to the lafe firm.
May 1, 1849. J I GRIFFIN.


. Reports of ottblti8,nApalachicol&, .
'CommencinagSepl. 1, 1848; aud dame time in 1847


'I t Past tPrevi-|_STAl Last
WHiTfth RXPORTrD. 18 dayslowuly, IT"season
Livetpdol....... .... AI69.WAO 20.4-^29 .30858
avre.................... ..721 ..5721 ......
a n t .' : .** . . .* . . .
Trietle ;.... ....... -....... ..1010 ..1010 ..3 .30
:Genoa .....; .. . *:. .....-1318 0 ..13-10 ......
Other ports..,........ .210 ..6668 .8878 ..2212
Total to For. Ports, .6 66729 .61648 36796
1 e ,Ydrk. 1...9i8.;......; .17093..238)0
Boeton.......... .:. ..1575.25841 .27416.19172
Providence... ...... .... 14006 .14016-. :;067
Philadelphia.... ..... ....... 82 ...J882...989
Ba1timore.1....5:..;.3. ...... 1557 .1 ..1180
,New Orleans... .'..... ...... .2464 .2464 ..1985
oer pot's....'. .................. ...... ...550
T oaitw.ise.... 176 .61343 .62918 46703
TOTAL-BALES.. .......... 124466 .88498


MEDIAL NOTICE.
Wllis L. Woodley, 1il. D.,
H AVING settled himself at Apalachicola,
offers his professional services to the public.
Having been .constantly engaged during the last
twenty-three years in (the practice nt his pro-
fession in North Crolina, VilrgKinia, Alabama and
'"Ri:V da, he matters himself that he is familiar
'with the character and modes of treatment of the
prevailing diseases of this section of country. -
'He maybe found at his office, opposite the bar-
br's shop, at any hour in tlie twenty-fobur. ,
"March 14, 1849. 7-3m.


FPor New York.s.
THE paCkel brig ALABAMA,:Htt,.
,rd, master, will have dispiatci'i) t: he
above pdrt. For freight or passage, ip-
ply to : ; .
May 3 W. G. PORTER & Co
For New York,.
THE fast. sailing brig WAKULLA,
.j Capi. Russell; will have immediate dis-
pa.tch.. For freight or piassage, havijti
g,,;d lacctnnmodations, a|pllv to the mastirr;r to
April t9 NOURSE, STONE & Co. "
-- ---- ,is
For New Yorlh.
STHE tast saiiine schooner CEO. E.
PRESCOTT, Capt. Gilkeyv; will ava
hAfispatch. For Ireight or passage, apply
Io itic nIIster, or to
April 19 NOUR'E, STONE & Co;.

APALACHICOLI EXli ,lN:GE7
II_'_. THIS hoI.tre 'hasbeen Il hrt ughly
lioo lefilted flr the tcason, and the ub-
gigi H scrilbr lakes pleasurre -in intttnitng
I tie pitblic thar lie ,i4 i w ih read
liess for the reception of p(-rmanetit
and transient boarders,, at Ile nsnal rates. His
chef i'erti.ine is an atldpti and Iravellers n;ay
depend. upon having all the luxuries and 'delica-
cies of' thle market served up in the best style.
ThIe BAR is now and will at a11 tines' b'e ke-pt
supplied with the choicest Wirles.-Liquotis, and
Cigars. A continuation of the. liberal custom
heretofore bestowed, is reqpecl fully.v.Foyic(de. d.
JOHN PAR'IRIDGE.
December 9, 1848.


S. ioshen Butter.
)f KEGS Hamilton's Dairy, of a superior
,. quality, for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREENs& Co.


Cotton Trade.
COMPARATIVE VIEW OF THE FOREIGNEelr, ORts,
.ECE$T,k AND STOCKS OF,COT'TOM OF THE U.
S., AT THE LATEST DATES, FOR THE 'LAST FOUR
VYRAR.


, Smoked Tcngaes,
FOR sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN


bales.8- -YARS. 1846-9- 184S 18t-'718i45
SWe have bat little in addition to what we said To GreatBritin 1095838 .727785 .540930 .680769
in our last, to remark relative to the late frost. France..... 224013 ;265986 .178205 .193586
It appears to have been very general, extending Other F P'rts .210973 .211489,0.02569 ,1020456
'over most of the cotton region. A favorable sea- Total Uales.. 163084t 1205260 .E21694 .976370
son will yet give us a good crop, but the prospects Receipts ........ 2363888 19364562 1668233 1737909
StneltR 0 R7 AIR'IIA 519.tfm


UI I I\ 'to. .. ... .... q tM 7 I U ,fAO I


ARD CTrockS OF
CHFiCOLA, FRoM
rE, IN THE FOL-
potls. Stocks.
466 22589
498 24669
290 r3419
205 28188
368 22132
873 10763


S& Co.


Lard.
+ 'OH KEGS neiv leaf, tor sale by
Jan 11 C A Gkt'.N & Co.


GAUTIOe ... RA.
A man by tihe .name of CLJlA'P has engaged with a
,youhg man of the namne of S. P. Tonwnsend, and
hcs his name to put up a Sarsaparilla, which they
pal! Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla, denominating it OrN-
UIoE Original, etc. This Townsend is no doctor, and
never was; but was formerly Bworker on railroads, ca-
nals, and the like. Yet he assumes the title of Dr, for the
purpose of gaining credit for what he Is not. This Is to
caution the public not to be deceived, and purchase
bne-nbut thle GENUINU[E ORIOIG.X7, OLD Dr. Jacob
Townsend's Sarsaparilla, having 'on it the Old Dr's.
likeuess, his family coat of arms, and his signature
duross the coat of arms.


p


of course are not as good as they were before the
disaster, and.nonhing but a late and favorable fal
will repair the injury the crop lias sustained.
Since our last report, we have received twelv(
days later intelligence from Liverpool, pet steam
er "Europa," which arrived at Halifax on the
17lh'init. and reached-New York on the evening
R tiiei.th. The news is considered rather favor
ale. We subjoin Messrs. Brown, Shitley & Co'
'report., for the two weeljs intervening between thi
"aiilinig 4 f the '.Ni'gara" atd 'uropa :"
.. LVRP'OOL, o,5th April, 1849
I LTe reportss ,crulcted at the detniture of the
hs8t ite amrr of ti irobahility of a leedy- .adjust
Pr-nt of tne dpf1rences betw6hn Depimark ant
t tPriusia, have olt.b'feen confirmed, 'and the con-r
quent derq'nerhent of the important trade with
'he North dfEurope Oonuhuesto be sensibly'TIt
wrncu1arly I '' ,M 60healt-r ,'61 the'other'hlah.tl
e/ veents in th 'ShA ,h FaIW lead to the expect
,-talkon ,ft t tji.e %' uspT 'I" 'n'f hostilities in tha
^ ~ U- aurfrwfe Wejiaet ad aei; iivibea from
rIndia ate of a e i te*Vira le charn'efrs. As re
ird.i cotton, the AmtC Inh accounnsfiby 'last stfa
Rter romr fllin fl'ii the, reteilikive rather
Sbeneficialtendency. The money market 'coal
oinues very easy. ;. .
Or lat wasitted the2,d flit andfora wepek
<1 ,wpVAiloe t theekytton maKe).was 8(111, part iculii
4epr t low tkid middlee qualities, tWd 'prire's Tttr
Ahergave k Vity j per 1t. t; but .thi week We lave
:h. ftt et dijnd :.f{ron consuithei, and thi:
dlu' is o|aidrfld its recovered, so that our las
laii'VtikulVP#ior^ frWir Up'and and MIF is io,.w
.f ', .. 4 f ;ui Ortlys, from s..'!elitvi spar
TN1 rise I@o iid .: minJl lTru: Uplal., -i J Mnblr
41l. and HAltriMg Orknme 41d pEr lb.' :Stil te(
market is, nut Inuyvl. an ad in fdct closes rather
%.havily Utljy the q th," denreiiJd. We. rtales"fIOr ith week ehaed 3thll
iult., ati,,inled t ViiM, it b.6-1W, f, Alclch 2l01) Vas
'on opecul-tli-n rund 50UU'nr export, and the husi.
Iness forgive days to this evening, i.4305SU bales, tifl
,'which s190 i to speculators and 300.) lIor export.
Trhe Adihetcrit crip.ioni sold this last five days
'consis of ii,,,Iad, T 4 a 41d; )3$50Orleais
"t 8f a 6 ; 6V50 lb ha :hd Mobile at 4 a 4i.J ;
and 260 Sea Island'at 9 a l"4 per lb." '
The rie(c if',),ltelst date.1,.at all he ;h ,orts,
as ec)*;>;tred with Ta''yekr, e'ii-bit th'ef-ollowing
euLthd':


PORT OF APALACHICOLA ........4.,May 3.


S I Arrived.
April'28--Schr Patrick Henry, Chester,fm New
York : :
April 30-Ship Grotius, Leonard, fm New York.
Ship SAcsusa, Howard, from Providence
Br. bark Dauntless, Johnson, fm Liverpool, to J
Day,&C o
Biirk Weybossett, Harris, fmn Providence.
Brig Ceres, Collins, fm Portland ,
May I--Brig Revelle, Sleeper, 'fm Key West.
Steamer Quincy, Alien, fm Chattahoochee.
Steamer Palmetto:, McAlister, fm Columbus.
Steamer Emily, Van Veg~hten, fm Columbus.
Steamer Boston, Lea, from Columbus.
Steamer Fashion, Roainsbn, i'r Columbus.
Steamer Southerner, Shaw, from Cohimbus.


The Pjotection Insnrance Co. of
New Jersey.
T HE subscrib r being appointed by the above
L Company their azent for this city, is now
prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks.
May 11, 1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL.


rrent.

D. C. D. C.
18 a 20
23 a
11 a 12
10 a 12

a 101
A a 4
5 a 6
7 a 71
8 a 10
11 a 12
35 a 40
a 20o
a 121
S 15,
6500 a 6'00
Sa 47

12 a 22
5 a 25
20 a 50
18 ka '20


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Ac'
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3.
32
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43
)48

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b
b
b
,b

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18

1806
1900


ry
COMPARATIVs RECEIPTS, EXPORTS
SCOT'rON AT THE PORT OF'APIXL
' THE FIRST OF SEPTEMBER TO DA
I- LOWING YEARS,
e Receipts. Ea
S1848......... .......146542 12
g 1847............... 107589 8
- 1846........ .....95721 6
s 1845 ...............98389 7
e 1844............. ..146497 12
1843.............. ;115426 10

Wholesale Prices Cui

1 ARTICLES.
" aGG-NGTKentucky, ......... yd
h Dundee, ..........yd
Peanut,...........yd
A'E IROPE, Kentucky,..... II
Northern,..... Il
t Manilla,.......II
1 tLEA\D, Navy,.:.., .......cw
,. Pilot,............. cw
COFFEE, iR.,0::....... .... lb
r Havaha,.....: ...... II
S Javd,........- ......:1
kCA.NDLESerm, .... ......... lt
k CORDAG-I EE iilla,... ... .....t
y ;LHempi........ :. II
.: Tarred,.... :... .*;,
e CIlEP, ,orthern;..::.....bti
8 DO+'IASTI. GOODS ,
t 'Brokvn Shiki'ngs,;::.. d
.' Sheetinga, .-..k<
: ..d....... ip. i -ade6s,.......... yd
e ;Qlico Prints, ,.-..;::;.yd
r Kentucky Jeans,.'.....yd
DLC. f, Russia ............ d-: .y,
SDYES:, Log', Gampeachy,. ta6i
S ., St. Domnlingo,;tsi
T 'Fustic, .... ;........ ton
S .... Indigo......., ........ It
.ftOtU Northern,...:l.'..... hb
s Western, ............:bb
S i S[, .God,............:.....box
; Micsk&rel, No. 1,:,.... bb
." .2,.......bb
; /. aNoe. 3,.......bb
SrElRING, .iu,. ........ ...boa
FlUI'I', AlIonds, l. :... .......
aisins,........ .. box
S ,Ottune s,......... ... .. Ib
Courani.......... ...:.. Ibs
G Figs,......-... ..... ... b.ox
: Lemons, ....:..... ...box
FURS, Otter,.....................
FEATItERS ................1.1]
GItIAIN, Oats......7. ....... bush
.Corn,. ......;.... bush
SGL ASS, ............. r.......box
IIHAY,.. ......... .; ........ ..cwt
Ifl.E>, Green.... .... ;.+. b
iB Dfy, country, ...... ... b
IRON, nI,,,Ish,..... .... .-.../... b
Swr.dies,........ ..... ... 1b
Hoop,...... ...... .... "b
Sheet, ....... b.'..:,..&. b
Nail btods ....'. ..... '.. b
Casting. Ae'rican,.....1 b
LU MBER.- ,+
Bohrds. Wlile Pine,.....M
pllow ....;.M
Staves, .............. ....M
W "hite! Oak Heads,..;..... M
-, \ ," Heading,..... M
LEAD, Bar,::... ...... ....... lb
S SheeL, .... ;..... .;lb
LfTME, ............... ....... Ib|
MOLASSES N. O .. .. ...gal
NAVAL STORES, Pitch,.... bbl
Odkum,.bale
Rosinl.. JIbl
tar,......bbl
NAILS, .............. ....keg
OILS; kLnseed,... ............ gal
; O)ive,............ '....botlle
S Spierln, .................gal
S Lard, ..... ..... .... gal
lanner;-'.......'.... ...,.;gel
Castor,. ....... .. ... '...gal
PROVISIONS, Pork, Mess,.. .'bbl
+_ "* M. O....bl1
S, ""1 ... rPnme,..bAr
Bacon H4ms, .....i.... b
,- canvassed,.. b
S1 "e ..... 'Ab

d fR, + .............b
S, oulderb,....... b
LFqr D. ............... bt
F tITE R, ...... ............ bsh
gH SE, ........... .... b
,. SPCESOT Clroves,.... ........ '...bi
Pinger ArootNUTS,. ................lbsh
RJC gEo ....n...... .......... lb
nePICES. Cas ................ Ib
SPICE pp Cves, ............... Ib
Ginger root, ..... .... lb
groundd. ...... lb
_itnmegs, .... .... .... lb+"
,+ Pepper, ..............lIb
SUGAR, N. Orleans,........... Ib,
St. Croi* ............ .Ib
Loai ,.................lb
SALT, Liveoo........... sack
Coarser,.,.'.......... bush
STEEL, GasR, .............. cw,.
German,.... ... ..... .wl
SOAP .................... .- ..Ib
SPIRITS, Brandy. Cognac,... .gal
Gin, Holland, ......gal
S' American,..... gal
: Rum, N E.........gal
S Whiskey, Rectl. ....gal
Alcohol,........... geal
SIKNS, Bear ...........4......
Deer, ....> .... .. .,..;.;
SHOT, all sizes,........... ,. ., Ib
TOBACCO, .............. ..... lb
TEA, Young Hysdn,. ..........Ib
Souchong.......... :..+.lb
TWfNE, Baling, .... ........ Jlb
Seine ...... .... ....lb
WINES, 1FzderiB,............ fill
,+ Champagne, .... .....!w\


7


Advances on Cotton.
WTE are prepared to.make liberal advances on
.1V C(-tton, consigned to our friends in New
York, Liverpool, Havre, Antwerp and Rotter-
dam. COURSE, STONE & Co.
IFeb 1 46 Water street.


Cleared.
April 27-Ship Solon, Bucknam, for Liverpool,
by D B Wood & Co.
Ital. ship Elodie, Bussawich, fbr Trieste, y I
M Wright.
Schr Laura Jane, Delano,for New York.
April 28-Ship Sabattis, Cox, for Liverpool, by
Charles Rogers & Co.
April 30SO-Bark Llwellyn, Pendleton, for Bos-
ton, by N J Deblois.
Brig Globe, Doane, for Boston, by N J Deblois.
May 1--Brig Revelle, Sleeper, for iNew Orleans.
May 2-Ship Leopard, Hopkins, for Liverpool,
by J C Maclay.
L+-.M 3- $>"4 te;- i- 8f o^ a
werp, by-NoPrse, Stone & Co.
Br. ShiP America, Cornish, for Liverpool, by
IM Wright .. .
Brig Judge Whitman, Macloon, fot Boston, by
N J Deblois.

Memoranda.


Advances. .
T HE subscribers will make liberal cash ad-
S I Yares,'on consignments, ot Cotton to their
friends in Liverpool or New.York.
Dec `5 J DAY & Co.


Advances.
EXIUF- tl-bO-r~igr.Fl wil+t make hil-uigreraanee
J on Cotlon conzigned to his friends in Liver.
pool, Gl'_lgow, Hvre, Bo.lon or Newv York.
N,,v I1 D B WO)OD.


Pin'tiil Offlice, 102 Viassau-st., JVNew ) Yrk City.
OLD DR, JACOB TOWNSEND,
THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERER OF THE
Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla.
OIld Dr..Townsend Is now about 70 years of age, and
has-long been known .as-the UTHOR and ])ISCOP-
ERKR if the OENJVUE OR0IJVI. 1. T7'OfJV.-
,..VI) S.RS.4P.SRILLAf." Being ponr, he wascom
apeled to lhnl; IL-ntamniiricture, by which menins it has
been kept 4,,t 1of ni:irkel. and, the sales circumscribed to
those only who had proved its worth, and known its
Value. It had reached the ears of many, nevertheless,
s'those persons who had been healed of' sore diseases,
ankh s ved from death, proclaimed its excellence and
wonderful
,HEALING POWER.
Knowing, many years ago. that he-had, by his skill,
science and exf P.t; ncP. d\ i-rd an article which would
:be of incalrul,,ilie idvanr.,ee to mankind when the
Weetnh .',unld be fmurnishedl to ring It into universal
ndtce, when its Inestimablte virtues would bIe known
Sand appreciatedl. This tinte t)as come, the means are
'supplied ; thi "
O'GRAND AND UNRQ UILI,JED PREPSJIRA TIO6
is niaritlfictured on the largest sca.leand is called fil,
throughout the length and Iredth of the land, especial
I as it is found Incapable of degeneration or deterlora
tkon. ..
I 'nkie'yolng S. P. Town ,-;d''.. it'"!ilr,.ves v Ith age.
kid never chnir'.e., nin i ,r i. ..r i ; i le bet ,i,.e it is pre-
pared on Mcrr~ c rir Fr'zntc1c. I, l a scientific t7tan. The
highest kini hvi,_r-i.- i I I "liinii.tr', .-and the latest discov-
cries ofthe.irti: have mil been broiight nt0 requiition in
the iIInAN ,'itV r" oCt he Old Itr's arsapasra .'. "'I; leSar-
Ssapnriila root. it is well known to lni"ecl liten. cointains
na:ny nedi 'erties. rid sorie propfrti+'s which
.;re inert rl" us less, ajid other-. %%h;cn I' rel .,ned in
preparing it forl ttle, -lroduce fr nvtlit lu, i And eiC.j4
ilich is injurious to the system. ziser dl the icalper-
ties of Sarsaparilla are so volatile,, thit they entirely.
evaporate And re lost in the prewpartion, if they are .ot
dprkrved hIy a scientifc process. re ownrefonly to those
\peritieiil in irl tulla.nlfrct ea _hlorenver, these vola-
t -.e pr-t,;ple.h. % hsch fly or in vaIpid,ho, r as an exhala
i iti, under heat, are he very sseit.tdAl medical rfuprr-
tI's ofAhTe root, whicS h give to 1 hll its value.
Ank person crn bop-or stew'tOi root.till they get: a
alrk r'lhsred liquid, which is mre from the coloring
Sirsplerin theroot than fron any ihinod 0.ra; th-) canl
theclln .triln this inside il or vapid itlinil, sweeten with.
sir unlasses, And rhetn call it:"SARSAPARILL.A
I-'XTn ACT 'or SYRUP."4"' But such is not the article
GENUIAE'OLD DM. JkCOB TOWNSENDT'8
SARS-'PARILLA I
Thia is sn'lrtpepr-ll.., I'h .,11t the inert prolperties hIfine
Sarsinpariliroot tire dt i e.ot.ed, every thing capable
'Yf In- the 4 ,n" wIhr of feriwtenh a lion I a p r lid And
rejcycwd ; itht it evevr, b 'nicle ilniedicnl virtne is secHred
in .'le and iincenlr tie l rurni; mid ilnu II ic rendered
in"ca:iP lB 'of i.I.'t i.. y un m i its valutiuble nd ll- i g' I
ir/,ierti. c rm ,-'. ".tl .1.1 il i way, it Is .'ade lhU 8 inutP


lT/(.rt'.a^, PI */E$. BJO''I- and .l adet,n
Cft-r o i--irtli n ierale difreas.ea .
Lene t p he. reason why wine hear CInMllc.inpil-nts rin
vryg side in Ilsfkvor by nsi. kvmnPn.nnd children. nWe
rie. ,l l rin l uT ln.detrs In ihe cure of
( O.Xt /lL.PTMX. DYSPY'PSIA, and L.I ,R C0.4
P...". and in RH f.eTI anI. Chij rL'h..,
ri..i hC (fOSTIhrINhF.S. hml CUT.IaSJ'eOUS t, In'P
.'tr.'s, nd.rl.FS.; andtOC'rn',e. and all aeecrno
llnr fr.,J p
IMPULRIT Of THE BLOOD.
It pif,-entb- n"R 111 iv'lI_6" eflncar In All re.m il"l aini s ari
,-n, fromi Airfi."''r/n. frimi .lidifvPr[1i 9Iloi0ach. fromn
.1nieq.IHl C reralil.'ri. detvrmiuiati-inltl'ion 1",o I, th hpnil.
1ila[.lI.,wil .i' the h, tirt cn llk k el an-l hhillt ct- il hill%
.,.I hot ,rK hes .ner Ihe bod f. It has nutr l ; b qiin Iin .
rUlqL and Csr!rrgrl; arnd .trnln -i eanr liepocinr-eonl
.nd kenlc lw r,'elicAuQQ' rillluing stricture olr the lungs
ilih-ri, r vAnc bsru'lrnat. j
Hilt in }nlne?,ne exenllerce nithret manifew lv oeen,
anil i kiowltlrdjeda thln in all kinnd d Ro -; :es 'f
FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
In .hu .Ir Plil/ v.r*; an IMe W'eni. Obyfriwtfed. Surppiresed irr Palinful
.11roiiis Iri.ic nrrity or Lh nhk ieII'ruitl lier'l.._ and ih-
lke ; and is a, eiriu,13 ill curing .II file Srani of K'id-
ney DIseasc.
HV rernving ob"lru ll-npc. and reoulqting the general
'ysein, Lifilles thne tnd strength to the whole body,
anil Lhlit culre all -forms of
Nervous diseases and debility,
rand thug prevents or rc ievem a great variety of other
thAlndaie. as Spinal rrrirt-itin. Veuralyia. Si Fit il'
l)-ir.e. Swonning. Ppitpptt Fits. Convulsions. &Cc.
It cileqnes the blood excites the liver in he-tlthy Rc
liin. tones the stnlnach, and gives god dilestlion, re-
Lievge the hbeoels of torpor nnd coti'lpation. allays In
ainnittlrion.l inrifies.lhe skirf, eqlualises the circilatlon
-fl'rhe bl.,od. producing gentle narnith equally all over
the bldy, and the insensible perpirllrinn: relaxes all
strlrtnres nnd tightness. remove; all oJulqructons. apd
Invlgorlies the entire nerrvons system. 1, notl hhi then
The medicine you pre-eivinenflv needle
RFut ian ay ,f Lhp. h lih ne be .s,,d ofS. P.ITownsend's
i"nrn.r,, ,r clt- '1'hi rrir ,rqi.'. I;q' iid iv r,- An I-e
COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S.
necauie of one GRAND PA(' I'. IbM the one Is INCA
ABLE of DETEElIO|lA'I'.riN, and


Insurance ;
T HE subscribers; Agents for ",The AEtna in-
J surance Co.," "The Protection insurance
Co.," and The Hartford InsuranceCo.," of Hart.-
ford, Conn., are prepared to take Fire,'Inldand
and Marine Risks on as favorable terms as any
good office. J DAY & Co.
Dec 28, 1848. '
Sheriff's Sale.
BIY virtue of a writ of fi. f6 to me directed
from the Circuit Court of Franklin county,
in fivor of William Griswold and Narh. L. Gris-
,wold, executors of N.L. Griswold, vs. the Citv
of Apalachicola, I have levied ipnn and will ex-
pose to sale to the higherl bidder, at the Conurt
House door, in the city of Apdilachicols, on the
first Monday' in March, 1849, within the legal
hours of sale, the following described property,
to wit: one large frame building-known -as the
City Council Chamber, 3ittiiled on :Market
Square; one Engine Hou-.. and Evgine, Iknown as
Boston No. 1 ; and one- Engine Honie ant En.
gine, known as Franrklirl No 2, levied'on- as the-
property of the city of Analachi,-la.
"JOHN LUCAR, Sheriff;
By B. LvcAs, Deputy.
January 31, 149-.
The above sale is postpone'd until Ihe firt
Monday in May, by consent of parties.
April 1, 1849.


n Ship Davenport, Colburn, sailed f-m Liverpool for
b U a t 175
} '7 00 a 7 50 thlisport March 24.
I. 5'75 a 600 Bark Beaver, Edmonds, sailed fm Providence
S250 a 450 for'tfiis port April 6.
t a ^ 12 00 Bark Edward, Knudeon, was up at Nev York
,2700 a $0...0
I 5 00 a 6.00 forthis port April 14.
: 0 a + 00 B r:"... ..
K 50 a 100 Bark onia, Crowell, wasup at New YorkTor
2 ,5 a gO this port April,4.
g' Z a S'O'^ 01' "A
2 0 "a -5 Bark H T artlet., Baker, was up at New York
b 16 a i18 forthiis port April 14.
S12 a 1T4 Brig Sarah Brown, Welsh, was up at N York
: 4:00 a 4 5I0: for this port April 14
..400 a 450..
SBrig Moses, Hulkley, -was up at New York for
1 50 a 60 this port March 26, to sail with dispatch. ,
1 60 a --6 hip Fairfield, LoveH, cleared from New York
: 50 a 600
50 fa 1 00 for this port April 5 .
Sa Bark Cumberland, Lovell, cleared from Boston
y 6 a 6 for this'-port ApriA .
.-47, 4 A *6 *
) 4j a 5 "List of Ve-siels Ii PO1ri
,6 a. 8 S PS
'. ,' an .Andrew Soitr, Epmry, 318 tons for Liverpool,
S Jlodding-W A & P C Kain.
4 a 6 owland, Norcross, 411. to)s, for Liverpool, loaad-
"ing-S Oassin .
in0'00 n o Ocean. Brownell, 566 tons, for Liverpool, load-
i a 16 00o irg-- Casin
Nestor, Russell, 396 tons, for Liverpool, loading-
1200 a A*, P C Kain.
6 Hereulean, -Chase, 642 tons, for Glasgow, load-
a in, W A n' & P-C Kdit.
oi .a. Orphn. llarnm., 62 ions, for Europe, loading-
1'2 a e 3-00 I l WXVriht.
25 a 27 "Marco, Fith, 350 ion?, for Bos'on, l ading--N'
:a. 50: Leblois ... :
4 a 00 Sacsisat, Howard, -- tons, for 'Boston, loading-
o a, 2 00 ,-N J Deiois;- *
12 a 1 ^50 Grotius, Leonarf, 800 tons, fm New York, wait-.
9o1 a 16 ing--aster. '
.t.. .... I BKARQUES. ,.
S50 a 02 Daintless, (Br) Johnson, i98' tons, for Liverpool,
a1' a:17 & loading-J D,)y & Co.I; .;"'
8u a. k.' so Louieianh, Emery, 2-18 tons, for New York, loait-
.. i .9 ing-J Day&G :
.175 4 200 Weybosseti, Harris. 021 tons, Wm 'Previdence,
12 uo-a 14 00 waiting--laster.
a 12:00 BRIGS
!00.0 Wakulla, Russell. 267 tons, for New York, load-
a ::,l$ ing-Nourse, Stone 6L Co.
6 a";. Vesta, Lawrence, 249 tons, for Boston, loading-
oa T, NJ Debloik.
a 64Almeda,,Rowland. J91 tons, for Bostoln, loading-"
a 9j N J Det'ois. -
24 a -2 Tybee, Ferguson, 329 tons, fm Charleston, wait-
S ^ing-Nourse, Stone-r CO' .
.... 8. w= Herald, Crcker, 174 ton, fm New York; wait.
. a = ing--M i+'te'r.
A a 5 Alabdnia, Howard, 270 tons,f6r-New York, load
45 a. ing--W (; Pourier&'Co:
92. a1 50 Ceres, C,.llins, 290 tos,. from Portland, waiting--
I a 10 Maer _"_"
11 a 121 ,,i"
"2 12 a 250 --
9 a 1i 0" We are authorized to announce JOHN
r -a i BEARD as a candidate lor the office of Register
.8 ,a 10 '" -46 ',; .
11 a 12, of Public Lands-lection on rst Modaay in
12 a. 125 lay next. m: -- mar. 8-td*
6 a "75. .
1200 a15,00^ I nforatvtAon' Wanted. i,
4 a ` ,6. F EDWARD -TIMMONS, Merchants, who
200 a 4 00 0 lell Dublin about fifteen years ago for New
137 a 1560 : Orleans, and is supposed to be at present in Flo- -
40 a 42 rida. Full particulars on the siibject of' inquiry
^ a w of his ltter to irelaod last year can be obtained'
2i0 a by answerin this advertisement. Any informa-
100 a 125i ton respecting him will be thankfully received
S a "J by CHAS. M.C. DELANY,
7 a 7 Counaeller at Law, 69 Nassau St., New York.
8 a 50 *.* Other Florida papers please copyo
60 a .8S April 26, 1849. 4w--13 C. M. C. D.
a 60


svtHCKaS' at Mobile,.. ..."... 77,S
Wpalachicola, I .",' 8952
S .Other' Fa Ports;..... 8,500
,s avniih, ........... 1.47,42
2 Ghtle lon,..... ....'I6,7:1 8'7
:," V .irk. k, 4 C....... G687
.. .: +i ', '. "' ',-
16SCRFEA-E at \ .ew rtians....... S.013
Te a, ........... 1.71,707
.;*.**..* : /


126,284


46.867
46C7,151

9,71)5


V.a: .TAtal [4ierel..;;.... .........427,436
The, explts roreqn, compared with liHst year,
ixlhibit an -increases +' : "ALkS.
,To (Ireat Britain...................., .88,053
T6 Fjsnbee. a decrease of .......... 41,973-
Other F'oreia Purtai ........ ,516
%, .', ._ .. --. .: --- +2,48

total increase to Foreign Ports ....".,...... 825;.564
Tq Northern Poris the expd'rts pre 168,ht7 hH lef
,mort than lasl yeur, and the st.cik. on hhnd in mll
the U. S, poris shows a decreases, compared wilh
that 9P" lat year, Uf 11,2;0A hles.
CoiiOTO.-The receofls dmeing the past week
*mount to 8,729 baled. and the exports 8 ,317,
leaving thie stock .on Ihanrd. including all on ship-
board not 91leated, 29,879, against 23,916 bales
rame tlme IiWt yer. .:`II'
We left the market,.at ithe lodoe 'ft our laPr
weekly report with a very, himited demand for coi.
to1hthe Hlles of, Saturday, pot 'e6Xtereeing`%6 bales,
attie]clair prim, but fuctlotaml most cases having
some advantage, their views generally being
far above tholw or buyers., The same. state
of tbin hals eoaiaued throughout 'he k^etwk un-
der A'f. A W "tk'atoids 'iQ "'c'lsequence
Shave hCeh very restricted. and prices quite irreg-
ulir. %he bWiflP0llples of the week were made
on MOl84 4W Jdisy the 1'anscttn e le
kwo dk. %lW to T769.bais. On Wednesday
but 61 bale were, i6ld, fad.Tii'rsdmy hot a single
bale ehaged ha'nud. 6Oh Friday but one lot of
,one hundred bales wvaA disposed, of, and on
Saturday 18 bales only. were sold The to a irans-
aclions of the week. amamat to 943 bales. T1e
:ale@ have been at sucsh kixlear prices that we find
it almost impossible to quote with any degree of
acqqn a yW'6it'or ,V"ffi asex'd are riot very
wide the mark, akhouih vwe have heard of sales
tt somewhat higher prices.
- Molr67,' 'o'lock. P. M.-There is: nothing
doing jn 'e barkel 'to-da,. Holders aire offering
their Cot'ons at our inside quotations, but no buy-
ers. -The..,v|tmwedo- hav lrceiil- in' the ports,
'eounteraint iM a eireat ieasAure the eiCtts of the

Inferior .............. .... ......... -
i to Good Ord,,...... .... a6 :
d ikg.:;... ...,.........61 a 6|
Middling Pair...... -...,... ..6j a 7
Fair ........... .... ; ...;...... 7 a 7i
FlamBtr.--Th6 uppl,'of shipping being more
thn adequate to thedlniad, freights have farther
deelinelw ad Ma.y now be quoted at Ic. to coaet-
*b" pNt .d 9-tt09 ,o Lirerpol. .The_ last en.
agqfement !o 'l." n wam it 9-16, but afull cargo-
corAt D eap :taed, we piatsume, at ka. No
new euggeent to Pr0vidcaC. To New York
.;-, -+ : +


FOR CALIFOKRNI'A OLB)
Ice: lee! I
THE Ice Houge will he oplen at 10 o'clock, A
Mt lor one Ih ur only till the lit ol April-
then it will he open IromrB till 7, and froim 1) till
1, one hourr each opening oirnlv. Steamboats and
,essels supplied at all hnurs'when in the act of
leaving, Custnmers will please he puncfual, as
the house will not be opened at any other hour
Rates ol selling-- Three cents per pund for all
supplies less than a hogshead-by the hhid ?i cis.
Any person wishing tickets can get them by ap-
plying to Ihe subscriber. Tickets or cash-no
credit. A. HAN'COCk.
March 8. 1649. 6.3m

"lEORG.rA an'd Lonvev Oinaburgs, always 9.
,.J hand, at the lowKttiates bv
Jan IL .. ,A GREEN & Co.


Hydlr,istatic Ink Fountialn "
A FEW Hydrisfl ic rleii4 "u ,ntamn, Peii Ricl;,
'-l.,d RBoxes. Pnlpor. roldere, .tamps eals,
Parcer Cli",)s Wrrghl., '&r fior ale by-
NMw 1S. .I A -\Lf. ." & CO,. -
School Books,. ,
" OR salp by ..
F- Ftb 17 .I FP A BELL.

B \CON, Hdnms, Sides and Shmulders, jimt re-..'
celved attd Irw sdle by .
Fel) I B. ELLISON & C.:' h .
sa ra pr la. '-- ..
BULUL'!, Sald'%, Brrji.l'.I ,nd Bailey's eom. -
.B n,,ld fluid exlract-:df Saraparilla, just re.
ceivpd,,and for sale by .
Feb 17 H F AS.ELL. " -
Soaps. .. .. ,. '
A LARGE amsnlrlnient ol Toilet Soaps, mjUat q-
received, and lor siae ly "
Dec 9 H F ABELL.
APplC,
A FEW bbls. .Neiuwni Pippin, neworbp.
Ifor sale by C A GREEN :roh;"
Jan 11
Indlan Elixir.
VOODRUF'"S li,,dlu Elixir, aiePftai-et urf ( *
W Ilr chills and Irever, li.r ?ale hv
Feb I J C A/.LEN & Co.
Snufl. -
SCOTCH and Madrj1l,,, Iin brntills and blad.
delj', justt received and for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.


a 20
a370
a S00
aie oo


NOURSE, STONE & Co.
46 Water street.


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Saddlery, &c.
kDDLE3, ot various patterns and qualities,
Bridles, curb and Snatfle bits, '
Saddle Bag,
Martingles and Whips, for sale by
: "WM. G. PORTER &, Co. "'
c ;'3. 41 Water street.:


S


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


,\


OR sale by
Dec 30


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I -I~ii-h


Regal "uotets.


Justice's Court.
MARCH TERM, 189. -


lali'Vtr tLf.r, S'ltip Cht'lualeary, dc.
Tli-iE, Su0,cribers IivJ o'i ha.i:l foir sale-
L OCKS, a,;ortad, Butts, Sereww., Hitlges,
Hatdsaws, bMillksa.v', 'Crosscut' do, Pla'es,
CO~Itpa) saO Au.',ers, G~i.nblets, Chisels, Brace
aKf BIitt, trS, Bi-ve, S11111c, S>nra, oadaxe.,
Sip') d), C4llins' d( AdLf-, H..chets,. Ham.
frers, S'iatter I.r:li:s Blild do, Steelyards,
I Cljuter Scales, Plaltorra do, Cotton do,
Fitcnen Ware, T1abl Cutlery, Shovel and
r.ong., Fire Irouns, &L.
BLACKSMITHS' Bellows. Anvils, Sledges,
Hammeinrs, Vico, Scevawi-4ates Stoeks and
Dies, ToAg, F+it4, Ri.l'', &C ,
IRON1- Sweeds, 8rjiali h and Ajnerican, assorted,
round,flat and s-qare., Bandf, Hoop, Slheet and
Boiler Iton, Railroad, Spike do, Horseshoe
Iron an-t Ntili, Cast, 1T: I;l.?'i, Blister and
Germait Steet. :
PLOITUGf-'hl ,1e al-IDwlb1l CI ih.llpri,
Cornciill, LTr:hains, "'r.ca do,. Ox do,
SShovels and Slpa.a-, vy'etlill,:[HoC.s, Garden,
Lau, andl Grubb1u) H:ioe.
CORD. ,-r M i,-i-illi itd ilem >, as,-, rated, Pitch,
Tar, R)iin, Cjid Tar, 13right V.ir.0i,'., Hand:
kpik-,, Blocks, O.irs, &c.
CAkl'lN.."'-.~~3lzar KtHfei, Mil l1 and Caul.
drors, Bakeovens,SpiQers, Pots, Enameled
:- Kettles, Tea K ttlas, -::.
TINWAR'.-'-A full assortment.
Wholesale, or retail.
L. U:D. 'IT, "i I 'IS.'.
kt A.hi~aeicola, ,r *2t, 1519.


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L -.-_ ____ _


PiNh I-Killer.'
P BR. Y DAVIS'S Vegetable Pain Kilter, just
received and for sale by tl- ne,'( or dozen.
Feb L 1. &[.TO" C6,


LL.


HyRist;ttic Intk Foi:titsn.
A FEW Hyd',tatic Ink Fountaini, Pen Racks,
S"L Sand BRx.s, Paper F'olhler.,! Stamps, Seals,
Paner Clashs,Weighti, &.,. for sale by
-Nowv I 9 J C ALLE-N& Co.
School Soo s,
FR safe by
S_ Febt4__7 L__ tP ABEL..

B" CON Hams, Si.l, iand Shoul.lers, just re-,
. ceived ainj Irw:sale by '
Feb 1 B. ELLI-\,N & Cb.
SarsapI'rilla.
ULrL'S, S i'd'.4, Ui'Lt,'s a l .111 BJIley's corm-
poulnd fliill extract ol Str.lijrilld, just re-
ceived, and for sale by
Feb 17 H. F ABELL.


+ L
LA.RIm a3'ort:uet ol'f Toilet Sji, jnu-t
receive, and for saleiy" .
De0.9 H F ABRl.L.
"A pples.
A FEW bbl. ,, Nij.vt',,v, Pilmiiii, new crop,
for sale by, 0 C A GIIREE O.%,
Jan J1
Indian I4fixisr.
W:' TOODRUt'F'S Inthvii EIli'ir, a certain cure
VV l" chill and l'ever, I,r jo lle I)v-
Feb i --1 JC .Ar.El" &eCi.n
nuff.
S CO[C[-I aij Mv:al),ly, i i h itilis and blad-
Sders, just received and f.r dleIv
Feb 17 If' ARELr.


. + .


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Seedsl Seeds! Seeds!
GARDEN Secii, jitit received, aid for s.le by
Nov4 I F ABELLF..
HATSand Capsby thecase low for cash by
H B. ELWSON & CO.
Dec 9. Cor.lWa!eranrd Chagtnut wt.
Vermlfiige.
SW I NER'S Canadian Vermifuge, for ,ale by
*;^,. Feb LT H F A BELL.
DysenrUry Cordial.
D:0. WOODRUFF'S Dvaentary Cordial, just
Received and for sale by
Dec 9 H F ABELL.
Suanfs.
S.COTCH and Maolloy, just rec'd, for sale by
SJan 25 ,J. C. ALLEN & Co.


I I -


,-or ?It s i p ;(ouni~ o l. ** *: -.'* *\ ~ ~ -:. *** ** --i-i'" ^*,- *'*
SaC..-I. Beitfutl"Ik .oVdeteli CN"kMON.
ever theTp'T.Collctor brWtU 41itkt | AdM.
sor has omiteo any perqon.9rpio M to '
taxalionk, it shall -be his dutyel, u b
required to rtepbrrhe tpl (o the <9'h .
and entei the same on theatae^htl'ol (h
city, and to collect the replar ti.b 1 o:IjI d
persons or property. .' ..' '... ', .Tr -,::
Sac.' 1. Ba 0r..Ef<.alrdft*#A 11-9iriec~qr3
dinances or parts ot ordinanc^`c*%ft0tk*iVh
the provisi'nepf this ordinaanc.e and theaIpe
are hereby repealed. .
Passed:by Council, *thWtlraiQA"#lj 'i .
J: S.' HU7 Ie 0,: M^ -
WXVALLRAU, Cleri l"411 -ti`ot
PRESA ARRIVAL 0" ''. I
'Drugs, NI dliltte, paintt
Dye-Stulffs, Pertdi ely -
STHE undersigned rpriihi,
S to 6his friends and the public torftf
liberal patronage, and begsto-om
that he is noimfeaMTht .jir
,al.suppl wbioh ddejatoljrme r
stock, readers hit s asctarbTt indull largf.
and complete. English, French. Germm "L4
American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery.;' GLsv
and Druggists Glass ware, &c., Ac. are ofgeree
,to Physicians, Countiy Merchantsind others 01
tihe mst liberal term--all of-which hewarrant*
pure arid unadulterated, '. '.,........
Wholesale ahridReifDrugit '
45 Water street.
ApalachicAls, Now. 21, 184b '
Drugs ad kit"cdfaa's.
-.=^ ~THE subscribers ha', and will
BH consrntly ha'veo.pp anad, a' on-lhte
Assortment of DR GS 'ar MEDI-,
CINES, which thity Will i'wArfht
f fkpnre and ofthe betl quality. 'CPfittv
Merchants and Planters i Hll fid it
to there aivaintage tocall,exam:lrie ahid ip'ric |her
Goods, before I'nrchasirg else-t here.
N. R. Plysictan's prescripttius put u'ip with
care aind accniraci a'l an ho(r'of the'da\ .r niglt.
J. C. AC LV" -'Co.'
Jan IS Cor. er'fre 'and Com'merce Pts.
J. SPENCE,.
WATPH AND CLOCK MAkER,
,S Second Story Baltzel's Buitding,
lE .^. (Entrance on Chfestnut.st )
.APALACHIcOI.A, FA.
'N. B. 1Vifc'r'es, Clocks and Jewelrv carefully
repaired. October 2i. 184,7.

A T HfE N EUM
towliMrg "loon and j lm tll "
.. : ," ^ ftoom. '- ,
T pHE proprie o't. of.'th.e Athenfium Bowling
Saeoon" has used every endeavor to make
the establisthh'ent an agreeable place of resort,
and is thankful that an eve 'dicriminaling pub,
lic prove by liberal patronage -[heir appreciation
vf his desire to ple-i.e. He willY always keep a
.cii'e a6sorthien't ,of' Liquors, -end refrehinPg.
beVerages, of.a. sot to tickle 4f palates of Old
Bacchus' most fastidious .oris; arid Oyrstrs,
c(iol and delicicius, fesh from tliheir native bnks
For a pleasant conmmingling of exercise zaiid
arr,'t&jer'nl--?(/i/e CuM dice- there i. polhblk
. wirhin the cilrc.le f gymna'tics to coum'pVre ,ilb
a girrif 01" ten! pilis; b1t ihose prefering leJe
active arnusernens, can awa)s lakea ..h' nd. ,
Conime one--co'me ,dl."-


,. nllisou & Co., C'or. ater and
CheStnuut sts.
SHIP C \.NDLERY.
M NH'TLA 'li I;, Cordage of all sizes,
Hl.nilmbr,tLine, ,Winlinv, Mlarline, Spun-
"yamr tkltin.:'S,J* r (Ii!, ['.a'l do, Whale do, Olive
"do, Linarrd do, ttriv 4, I,.lxd do, S3,rits TuIr-
atine, Pltntld, \VirllJow ';i, P'utty, Whilte
Lead, R ed d, Y.'II:,li Uc0lre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, [in-rial do. Chrome Yellow, Ver-
+qpiris, Lithtrage, Salphur, Bright Varnish, Cupal
'do, Tar, Roin. Pitch, Turentine, Coal, Paint
Brahlied, VaraihI do, Tardo, Scrub do. Clhup do,
L.lp Black, Chhlk, Whiting, Russia Daek., Eng.
lish do, Ootton do. Heavy KWivens do, Light do,
:.V-White, Blue aa. Red Bunting, Naila, Coper do,
do TackN Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
-Jask Sre,.*, Anchori, Hand.4pik"s, Capttain
Bra, Oars, locksa, Shives, Jib Flanks, lHand
Pulim,)s, Deck B:ickets, Cedar do, Dcak Brooms,
Corn do, Caulkin? A illets, Sarviat do, Axes, Axr
Helvea, [hooks anrl T;im!i!ei, Box looks, Bale do,
Oaa do. Cotton do, BJt do, Fish do, Cailking
IronaMaking Iron.3, MIarrilte Spikes, Ship CSera.
per Bing Dippers, Cook's Iadles, Tornmeitor.,
.dividera, Comasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palmn, Rigging ILeather,
fPtmmp do, S!ovela, [ti-nmeraT IIatclhets. Chisels,
qtgurs. I lanes, llmlitrth d, Giimblets, Handsaw
Files, iRat 'ail di, Iron 3ql ires, Clpboatrd Locks,
Stock do, ;Ilooks al r SI:I;)e, Hnges. Pa4dlocka,
Wood S,.W, Pea.ltnt la.dilyards, Hland Lines,
Deep Sea do, Liog do, Fi-ih do. :fand L!ads, :Deep
8:i db, Sh-tl d, 3trirdo, F t:,noils, L iniorns,
S "Ghlk [Line4, PiIrli IPo)ts, l,,: { t)uk-, ('ar; o do,
::'li'yir: PinC, Ti~ >V r,,,(;r,') ry, Cpri)onter's
'ToIl .*'un,.H,, L'o-+ts. "\;c c.
Aydal-.chi.:nla; I.>-c. ft. 1S17. .
: -4t Z' tC

-R VI. C )..... ', Jiv'-A,'), .,t, 1) nitni,) h,
tg.N jrt.ir- ,' nr, ,t,,r:i dl >; N 0 S, ar,
St. eoix :J 1, P.mrto ilici'-:, V ) 1,,1 Hyfn Tea,
IIH yma di, P.,V,3'I.i. '1, l^ l,'ho 1I ;i,, i;,sheL
R liter, C F:n-S e, F >r'l, U "il ,- I1I tini, Sidoj, S! )i, l-
d.:rs, M ,I i.s.!e, WViif^v, ?.' T ss and I'rimie Ieef,
13I ss nIl P,-im-' :)rk, 'Yl.,::i r.l. Sb0d, .S itnon,
T{:rrin,, m). : i.ls T r),, i: i', Cod I'.!.h To n;(ies,
Pi,),>;r, , it'es, t tli I,),I, Ile ;) r x r tiCe Olives,
C i|.rs, Pi :...I;, ', i;, ."M*ittic [c~Tub co, Navy
Brd.a Piot d.i,, ''r.. .. e ro, V\u-; gir, Uried Fruits,
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row iloot,jor,i, a,..s, 1} i,''iwliAl, \Iistard, Ilice.
Fursalt by 1] ';ILI.)N ,(CO
13 c R. IG:)r. WVate'r a:i. Uio .a.'lt ,ts.
/ Ilat ',vtavT't..
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Spring, Br l 3] li'n!r.)r S: i mi., F ra Screwvs,
M 'king G;iaem, T, )rti-ri d;'), Saw Sf;-, Wood
Riles, Adzeas, Wi,'e 'n is, u i, .ock-, Hooks
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HrasJ'F Tcks, Co,,) ).r Wir'e, Meltiin Ladles, Rat
Traps, Axa., .l lc'i;^t C -,_.-e Hamill-, Slz dge Ham.
m rrj, S nith 'l' ,sli,.I 'l( S,.w.-, Ai'lvils, &c. &c.
For sale by Il FBLL[iON &, Co.
4> D.3 9. Cor. W-ter a-fl Chestnut sts.
S 'PVEN lro:i, Sc)te' (t,, \Vea.hinr and Garden
S3.)-', 131cks nithl yelloww, C:attoiarid Wool
Card.-i, Si)ados a-id S o vels, C:auldroin a id S.a.ar
Pans, PLoauhs, ;:. &c. f-,r sile by
B ELLISON & Co.
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matter whether the result of inherent cause of
causes produced by irregularity, illness or acci-
dent. Nothing can be more surprising than its
invigorating effects on the human frame. Per-
sons all weakness a.Ad lassitude, from taking it,
at once become robust and full of energy under
its influence. It immediately counteracts the
nervelessness of the female frame, which is the
great cause of Barrenness. It will not be ex-
pected of us, in cases of so delicate a nature,-to
exhibit certificates of cures performed but we
can assure the afflicted, that hundreds of cases
have been reported to us. Thousands of cases
where families have been without children, after
using a few bottles oft' this invaluable medicine,
have been blessed with fine, healthy offspring.
To Mothers and Married Ladies.
This Extract of Sars,,parilla has been expressly
prepared in reference to female complaints. No
female who has reason tosupposeshe is approach-
ing that critical period, The'turn of life,"
should neglect to take it, as it is a certain pre-
ventative for any of the numerous and horrible
diseases to which females are subject at. this time
of life. This period may be delayedJ fbr several
years by using this medicine Nor is it less val-
uable for those who are approaching womanhood,
as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening
the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed,
this medicine is invaluable for all -the, delicate-
diseases to which women are subject.
It braces the whole system, renews permanent-
ly the natural energies, by removing the impuri;,
ties of the body, not so far stimulating as to pro-
duce subsequent relaxation, which is'the case of
most medicines taken for female weakness and
disease. By using a few bottles of this medicine,
many severe and painful surgical.operationsAtayv
be prevented.
Great Blessing to Mothers a'id
Children.
It is the safest and most effectual medicine for
purifying the system, and relieving the sufferings
attendant upon child-birth ever discovered. It
strengthens both the mother and child, prevents
pain and disease, increases and enriches the food,
those who have used it think it is indispensable.
It is highly useful both before and after confine-
ment, as it prevents diseases attendant upon
childbirth--in Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swell-
ing of the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn, Vom-
iting, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains,
Hemorrhage, and in regulating the secretions and
equalizing the circulation it has no equal The
great beauty of' this medicine is, it is always safe,
and the most delicate use it most successfully,
very few cases require any other medicine,in
some a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful.
Exercise in the open air, and light food with this
medicine, will alwaysensure a safe and easy con-
finement.
Notice to the Ladies.
Those that imitate Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
have invariably called their stuff agreat Remedy
for Females, &c. &c., and have copied our bills
and circulars which relates to the complaints of
women, word for word-other men who put up
medicine, have, since the great success of Dr.
Townsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incident to
females, recommended th-irs, 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.
Scrofulat 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.I Townsend': Dear" Sir-[ have the pleasure
to inform you that three of my" children have
been cured of the Scrofula by the use of youdr ex-
cellent medicine. They were afflicted very se-
verely with bad Sores: hiave taken only four bot-
tles; it took them away, for which I feel mn)svlf


An Ordlnaeoei
TO raise a Reenue for the, w. of Mt e btsy of
.Jlpalachicola, for the yea 1849, andfor oth&e
purposes.
SEC. 1. Be it ordained by"tl, Mhe ayor and
Council of the City of ./palachicola, That the.
following taxes be levied upon all property and
persons within the limits ofthe City of Apalach-
icola, at the rates and in .the manner hereinafter
provided, regard being'had to the real value of
the same, viz:.
Upon the full value of all unimproved real
estate the sum of thirty-five cents on each and
every hu ndred dollars of said value, to. be as-
sessed by the City Assessor .
Upon all town 'lots, "an other real estate, on
which is erected a dwelling house or other build-
ing, (except such as are owned and tised only for
public worship,) the sum of thirty-five cents on.
each and every hundred dollars of the full value
thereof, including the improvements thereon, to'
be\assessed by said assessor; ,.
Upon all wharf property the shii, of'thirty-
five'cents on each and every hauinred dollars of
the full value thereof, to be assese0d by said
assessor,; ", .-, ..
Upon theta grqss amount, of all sales otf goods,
wares, merchandise, .lunber. and timber, sold at
private sale, from the first day of February, 1848,
to the first day of February, 1849, the sum of
fifteen cents on each and ever hundred dollars;
Upon the gross amount of all receipts tor whar-
fage the sum of fifteen cents on each and vary
Upon the gross amount of ilt receipts for cot-
ton compressed the `sum of fifteen cents on each
and every hundred dollars; .,
Upon the gross amount of all receipts rAniffg
from the sale of lottery tickets the sum of five
dollars on each and every hundred dollars;
Upon the gross amount of all commissions, or
fees of every auctioneer. c dmniqiss'ion menchIA: t,
factor,,or brokeri;the sm of one dollar and fifty
cents'on each arid every hundred dollars; and
upon the gross amount of all premiums of each
and every insurance company ot ag.eucy of such
company, from'the'firsl day of Februariy, "'_'St, to
thle first day of February, 1$849, the sum of one
dollar and fiTtv cerints on each'rid every hundred
dollars of sich premium's,
Upon the amuont of all bills of exchange pir-'
chased, taken or 'irmitted, for account of any
banking 'irnistition', dut of the limits of this
State, or on account of,any individual, residing
"tih or out of the State, dealing in exchange, the
sum of fifty cents on each and every one triou-
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 anl
every hundred dollars of their annual professional
income; 1 .
Upon each and every white male inhabitant,,
over the age of twen'ty-one years, 'ivho shall have
resided within the corporate limits of this city
for thirty days preceding the publication of this
ordinance, the sum of one dollar;
Upon each arid every fLee person of coter the
sumn of twenty-five dollars ;
Upon each and. every slave, under thlie age of
twelve years, see nl)'-five cents; and upon each
and every slave, of twelve %ears of age and ov- r,
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 tlhr 1ih the hands
of persons engaged in regular cofmmission busi-
ness, and on which taxes have not been paid, ,
there shall be assessed and collected the s'urin of
twenty-five cents upon each and-every. bale ;
Upon each and every horse or mule, e-xcept
those used in licensed drays, the sum of fifty
cents;..
Upon each and every pleasure carriage, chair,
-or Sulkey,,the sum of fifty cents;
UpOIS3Ch an eery d-w .the sum of one dul-
lar - ..
SEc. 2. Beit further ordaineil, That up,'-n all
pilots, there shall be assessed and collected [lle
-sum of fifty cents .upon each and every one hun-
dred dollars of their annual income as pilots.
SEC. 3. Be it further oidciined-i That all pef-
sons residing beyond the boundaries of the city
of Apalachicola, and within the cituntv, who
come into the city to carry on their regular busi-
ness, shall be.liible to the same tax as.is impo-
sed by this ordinance on the business and pro-
pe'rty of Fer-ons residing thereini.
SEC. 4. Be it firr-'/er ordainedd, That it shall
be the dutyol the Ci I AssA-wri. to make diiligent
enquiry as to all property liable to taxation, to
pot, the.necessary questions, and make the requi-
red explanations, and to take all proper nia. res
fr the purpose of obtaining lull and accr'ate re-
turns, and to make the assessment on a scale hal
will bear equally in all as near as may be.
SEc. 5. Be ilt further 'dodi+eie, That the As-
sessor shall,s so on a. Ihe, returns are com,.l1tid,
make. out an alphabetical list of all persons mna-
king such return, or liable to pay laxes in the
cit3, wilh the amount of their respective asse!'-
merits under the proper heads, ant'.haH hl-rrh-
with report the same to the" Council, to be al.-
pioved or corrected, as the Cuuneil shall direct.:
SEC 6. Be it.further ordaiinkd. That when
the said tax list shall have been :apprioved. By
Council, it shall, be placed in the hands ot the
Tax Collector, who shall proceed to coll-c ll h
same under the fo-llom ing proi isioiis, viz: Tlhe
Tax Collector shall attend at some convenient
place in said city, fr the space of filleen da.,
frmm 9 o'clock A. M. until 4I u'clock P. M. each
day, (having previously given ten days notice,)
to receive payment of taxes; and if at the expi-
ration of said fifteen days, any tax shall remain
unpaid, he shall proceed t> col'tt the amount
originally assessed Irom all delinquenls, with the
addition of two per ceot. thereto for the first
month, six per cent. for thesecond month, twelve
per cent. for the third month, and twenty-four
per cent. for the fourth month, it said amount
should so long remain unpaid, aJ hereinaltei pro-
vided .. 1
SEC. 7. Be it further ordained, That the Tax
Collector is hereby vested with the same power
and authority to make distress and sale of pro-
perty of all delinquenth who may not have paid.
the laxes due said city. as i, riow vested in thv


Collector ofl Taxes for the State, by the2a4-th
section of an act of' the General Asftn'bly of the
State of Florida,entitled an act, to raise revenue
for the State of Florida, and defining the duties
of the Assessors and Collectors thereof, approved
July 251th, 1845; and the owner of property
which may be sold agreeably to said act, shall be
entitled to redeemin the samtie in the same manner
as is provided in and by the said act of the Gen-
eral Assembly of the Staie.
SEC. 9. Be it further ordained, That the Tax
Collector shall -be held responsibl' for the full,
amount of the tax list handed over to him for
collection, unless released by the Mayor afid
Council, upon showing that he uWedl e dili-
gence to collect the sarnei and making a full and
complete return ol all delinquents.
Sic. 9. Be it further ordained, That every
person residing.within the city for three months
in the year, shall:be considered and deemedan
inhabitant thereof, and all such of his or her per
sonal property, held, possessed, used, or enjoyed
in the city, as may come under the description
of taxable property, asspeeified in this ordinance,
shall be liable to ase-sment, and be proceeded
with agreeably to the forgoing provisions of thivL
ordinance, if brought into and used within the
city during such residence, although not within
the City on the first day of Fehruary preceding.
SEC. 10. Be it further ordained, That all
goods, wares and merchandise, tpo0d within the
limits ol the city of Apalachicola by arny person
or persons whomsoever, since -thefirst day of
February last, and from and after 4 p9lge of
this ordinance, shall be liable -to such ttX as is,


4


Franklin 4lrcult Court.
AT CHaMBERS, March 22,1849.
Josephine Essex, by her
next friend, &c.
vs.
John S. Essex.
U PON reading the foregoing bill, and it ap-
pearing to the Court, upon the affidavit of
complainant, that the defendant, John S. Essex,
'resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida,
to wit, in the City of New Orleans': It is ordered,,
that service of the foregoing bill of complaint be
perfected on said defendant by publication in'the
Commercial Aderciser, a newspaper published
in the city of Apalachicola, for thesapae of three
months, requiring said defendait to be and ap-
pear before this'Court on 'the first Monday in
-July next and answer or plead to said bill, other-
wise that the same be takenas confessed.'
GEO. S; HAWKINS, Judge, &c.:
A true copy : .
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
March 27, 1849. 9.3m


Townsend's Sarsaparilla.
Wonder and Blessing of thle Age.
The most extraordinary Medicine in the World !
This Extract is put up in Quart Bottlea : it is six
-.times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted su-
perior to any sold. It cures without
vomiting, purging,sickceing or
debilitating the Patient.
'rile great beauty and superiority of this Sarsa-
parilla over all other medicines is, that while it
eradicates the disease, it invigorates the body. It
is one of the very best
SPRING AND SUMMER. MEDICINES
Ever known; it not only purifies the whole sys-
tem, and strengthens the person, but it creates
new, pure ani rich blood: a power possessed by
no other medicine. And in thli lies thile grand
secret of its woudierful success. [t has performed
withi:t tile lqt five years, more than 100,(00
cures ot sevei'c cases of disease; at least 15,000
were considered incurable. It has saved the lives
of more than 5000 children during the two past
.1 a son .
10,000 cases of Geanerl Debility
and want of Nervous Energy.
Dr/ Townsend'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, fainting sen-
sations, premature decay and decline, hastening
towards that fatal disease, Consumption, can be
entirely restored by this pleasant remedy. Th'his,
Sarsaparilla is far superior to any
InVligorating Cordial,
As it renews and invigorates the system, gives
activity to the limbs, and strength to the muscu-
lar system, in a most extraordinary degree.
Consnlumpition Cured.
Cleanse and Strengthen. Consumption can be
cured. Bronchitis, Consumption, Liver Com-
plaint, Colds, Catarrh, Coughs, Asthma, Spit-
ling of Blond, Soreness in the Chest, Hectic
Mlush, Night Sweats, Difficult orProfuse Ex-
pectoration, Pain in the Side, &c,,,have been
and can be cured. .
Spitting Blood.
New York, April 28, 1847.
Dr. Townsend--1 verily believe that your Sar-
saparilla has been the means, through Providence,
of saving my life. I have for several years had a
bad cough. It became worse and worse. At
last I raised large quantities of blood, had night
sweats, 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.
lheumatism.
Thus is only one of more than fourl.thousand
cases of Rheumatism that Dr. 'r.)\ nuiend's Sarsa-
parilla hascured, The most severe and chronic
cqses are kreeklv eradicated by its.extraordinary


I


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..Edward McCully,)
vs. Attachment. Debt $50.
hra F. Payi. 5,:,
ALL persons interested will take notice that a
-suit has been commenced, by attachment,
iR the above stated case, beforeN- ,Baker a-Jtas-
tice of the Peace. E. McCULLY,
March 17, 1849. '8-3m Plaintiff.


- T'E Subscribers have on hand and offerfor
L;"Aale on liberal, terms-
SUG,.Y---Il hhds and 50 bMbs N. Orleans;
10 boxes Woolseys & Stuart's loaf;
FLOUR-100 bbls superfine St Louis and Ohio;
COFFEE-50 sacks Rio and Maracaibo;
MOL .s'ESE--10 bbls new'lcop ;
WHISKEY--50 bbls and half bbls;
LARD-5 bbls and 10 kegs;
SOAP-$0 boxes pale, yellow and white';
STARCHi-10 boxes Colgate's;
PORK-20 bbls mess and prtr ;
BEEF-20 bbls prime;
TOBACCO-50 bxs and hf bxs favorite brands;
BACON-5 casks sides and hams;
MACCARONI-5 boxes Italian;
VERMICELLI-5 do do;
CRANBERRIES--20 quarter bbls;
DOMESTICS-25 bales sheetings and shirtings;
OSNABURGS-10 bales Lowell and Georgia;
GLASS-20 bxs assorted 'sizes;
RAISINS-100 whole, hf and qr boxes;
BUCKWHEAT-20 kegs new;
ALMONDS-200 pounds;
BUTTER-25 kegs Goshen and Westetrn'
CHEESE-20 bxs English dairy;
BRANDY-3 hf pipes Otard, Depuy & Martel;
LEMONS-5 boxes Sicily;
WINES-20 doz superior Maderia andSherry;
ALE-dozen pale;I
Pickles, Sauces, Olives, Brandy Cherries and
Candy, a full assortment.
C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 28 S 52 Water street.
1Warranted to Cure."
C-OSTER & COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic,
compounded from medicines of our own
forests, a perfect and lasting cure For lever and
ague, and for being the best Tonic in cases of
general debility or weaknessnow known, for sale
by [April 27] H F ABELL.
Thomnupson's Compound Syrup of
Tar and Wood Naptha,
F0OR the cure of consumption, chronic, bron-
Schitis, asthma, whooping cough, palpitation
of the heart, liver complaints, and affections of
the kidneys, for sale by "
! EhJL :-.1 r AT.T.XRN & Cn,


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4.N & JONES -
Apailnchicnla, Dec. 30, M,47. 50-)..(
A CARD.
rT HE- Subscribers take lti imnethitd of irrt".
ing the citizens o1 Apaln'chwol arid iti. vf-
cinity, that they have n, w on hIand a Ieiy ne,
atd wlLv' It.lertcd St1ck ufltW)OU wh'ih will
*vicu 01r, ,\vfi -A, ;R part &a foltowS4.
Cloths and Cassinieores, various sl\les, :
Fallce' Print?, do. do.
.. Alapaca Lnstre; do. Figured;:, .
Silk.4, Frode R'ne, -
do. M onlella : '; '> .... ..
do. Satin Striped, ` : L
Fancy C..-lihmcre RI,ies. ..
do, Merrino do. -. *..
do. Delalne do. .
Muslins, ndia Book ;.-. .
do,: -S\ i-s, Luce and Colored- .-
E,]'ii;g,, Lisle, Cap and Thread .
Shp%, I,;, Damask Silk ..-
do. Alariiin,
do. : l aid W .rl "i *."
Kid, Lace arnd Silk Gloves
TtL;kan G1p1, y q v '-riets, latest l&shliol
SRilbb ln ii, all varielii s
B r,,wn Shirling,, 7-5, 4-4 and 3-4
Eieiched do. 7-&,1-,1, 4-4, 10.4 and 11-J
-: iink!- t, 6..1 aid 8.4
: i. ,,rain antd Culton Carpeling
Carpvl RausY
: l-I'- and ('aps: all styles .,
BHno-l, and Slhes
`Cllrblh.l, all kirid'.
.i ]o, a r,:il asirlitent of JEWELRY, ati
many other rlicles too, riiirrih uus to /Lehillca .
C;Il] anrd examine for \nurselves.s *
M. N. SOTT & BROTHER,
De, -" 23 Cor. Wattr and Centre i.ls. *'
iron, Ntrais, &e.
C( TONS Swede Iron, aaBiled size ;
20j 1W) keeg Nails, <." .
4 crasks Weeding Hoes; a sbrted qualifies*
20 Blacksmith Steel Face. nviYis; ..
9" EnliiSh and.Americaa Vis "
20 Bellrw; '
1-2 dozen Spades ant Shoe)rsi '
10 4 Collins' Axes;
10 bxa Cotton and WoqLe.eCards
1 ease Rowland's Cat- Steel Mill'Sa*@
1000 Ibs Cast and GermanSteel, [gr sale by
WM. G. PORTER & CO., .
Dec M0 41 Water 8tyeet.
S" eols and S"hoes. .-,
B OrS andl Men's Russet Brogap'n. ,.
JMen's sew'd andpeg'd Kip" Brqa; ,
Gents fine Call'Brogans; .
Wmi's pe'd and sew'd Shoefi; ei Cdten'ad. do..
Supa--r~ff~aatCTW- nr-anl~b, . Soper Ladies' coarse a.d An"OwftBolsi.; f ,
.4 lare;t. and extensl veas"ll9tmt nAriveds
and ors ate by W.G P"B-RE 4 /
DoF 30 r
5 HHDS St. Croix Sugr.; ... -,, :..
15 do New Orleans Sugar; ,. -,,-,, i
20 bbls St Croi ,..,... ..,.
5 bxs Stewart's Loaf ..
io bbls ground ', '.' '
100 sapks Rio C6A* -99 do J94v"f;11 '
40 bxsa Aramatididltoie fj ,'": ... .
10 ." MF, .1MIP b.. i,-- ..,;,: '-o., '
20 S;gt" ^ bc :'n B ,.
109 bag* g
1Q 1 Lea3; L9";
200 kegs White Lead,. "lML^ nd'l
'rh WM. 4. n ,,.
For sale hy V ; a. PO.
Dtc so 4 Bxn~Zt,
oi C, oifc l 3ucrl.mi|-g,, .rT .
1. 3 pcs saperIngraindlarpeting; M2
2 Stair 411
o 10 TufreM Rug%, .. ,-
For Rale b..: .TM. G.-..POl'VR0. bt l
Dec .....A41 WilmiMr*.w '
-: ""~o "I ...-n.l ,,,Ibl,,l- ";
': L. ~rbJ-*Pr.Hw^ ':111'1'-1?l
A LARGE! sortvpq4,qf..JSgV"_^ V i
&c. c br*dfby .. 11... .. f. f
Dec 9 ., ., J C bL16F Ifc&,,.-b
.^tr the Ie a i ^dt .fIMen t,^;-*
.v reget m ,M b-lr- "P.. IT- .
Nov Ie J_C ALLEN & Co.


i-lt)es, +. ..
James'Cummin. Esq., one of the assistants
in the.Lunatic A.-,lum, Bhi-. veli'- Island, is the
gentlemjnh pl)kerl uf In the following letter:"
13Blickvell's Island, Sept. 14, 1847.
Dr.Townsend-Dear Sir: I have suffered ter-
ribily'for nine years *ith the Rheumatisrri; con-
siderable- of the time I could, not eat, sleep or
walk.' I had the utmost distressin- pains, and
my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used
four bottles of your Sarsapaiilla, and they have
done more than one thousand dollars w-orth of
gn..,. You are at liberty to use this for the ben-
efit of the afflicted.
Yours, respectfullY,
JAMES CUMMINGS.
fever and Ag'ne.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is unequalled in
cases of the Chills and Fever and Ague. The
follo.ving letter i only one of hundreds that we
have received from the South and West of like
Character.
Oswego, Mich., Oct. 22, 1847.
Dr. Townsend: Deari Sir-I purchased fo-r my
wife two bottles of Sarsaparilla of your Agent,
Mr. McNair, of Kalamazoo, to tiry it for the Fe-
ver and Ague. BleforeI 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 wag much better thanT she had been before
she took the Agie. Alady that had been very
sick with the Chills and Fever, but had broke
them with Quinine, and was left in a very weak
and distres.iing state, and troubled exceedingly
with tie Ague Cake, seeing the effect that it had
on my wile, she sent and procured a few bottles,
and' it restored her in a few weeks to complete
health. Yoiir S.rsaparil4a is withoutdoubt, un-
eqi'alled in di-siases incident to the.West, ajid if
you think that this communication will be of use
you are at liberty to use it a., you choose.
Your, respeclfull, ..
SCHARLES H.SWAIN
Canker in the XMouth.
Below is an account of another child saved.
Dr. Towvnsend's Sarsaparilla has saved the lives
of thousand,] of children. The following two
certificates are selected from a great number re-
ceived thia week,.. ...
J New York, April 1, 1847.
Dr. Townsend : 'Dear Sir-One of my children
was very sick with a Canker in the Mouth and
Throar, attendld with great debility, It camnie;
near dying. I obtained some of your excellent
medicine, and it cured, it directly, for: which I.
assure you I feel very gralefiul.
Your- respectflrullv,
IELIZABETH FOWL\VLER, 27 Desbrosses-st.
Fits$ Fits! Fits!
Dr. Townsend, not having tested his Sarsapa..
rilla in' cases of Fits, of course never recommend-
ed it,'and w.a surprised to receive the following
from an intelligent an,! respectable Farmer in
\Vestcliester county :
Fordham, August 13, 1847.-
Dr. Townsend: Dear Sir-t have a little girl
even years of age, who has been several years
afflicted with Fits; we tried almost everything
for her," but without success; at last, although we
could find no recommendation in our circulars for
cases like hers, we thought, as she was in very
delicate health, we would give her some of your
Sarsaparilla. and are very glad. we did, for it not
only restored her strength, but she has had no re-
turn of tlhe Fits, to our great pleasure and sulr-
prise. She is fast becoming rugged and hearty,
for which we feel grateful.
Yours, respectfully,
JOHN BUTLER, Jr.
SFemale IMedicine.
Dr.-Townsend's Sirsaparilla is a sovereign and
speedy cure for Incipient Consumption, Barren-
ness, Prolapsus Uteria, or Falling of the Womb,
Costiveness, Piles, Leucorrhmea, or Whites, ob-
tstructed or difficult Menstruation. [ncontinence
of Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof, and
for the general prostration of the system- no


Yours, respectfully, '
ISAAC W. CIRAIN, 16 Wooste--st.
Opinions of PhIysicians;
Di. Townsold is almost daily receiving orders
from Physicians in difFerent parts of the Union.
This .is toi certify that we, the undersigned,
Physicians of the City of. Albany, have iLunumer-
ous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
and believe it to be one of the most valuable pre-
parations in the market.
H. P. PULI',3r, M. D.
J. WILSON. M. D.
R. B. BRIGGS, M. D.
P. E. ELMENCORF, M. D.
Albany, April/, 1847.
Caution.
Owing to the great success and immense sale
of Dr. T'ownsend's Sarsaparilla, a number of men
who were formerly our Agents, have commenced
making Sarsaprilla Extracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Ex-
tracts of Yellow Dock, &c. They generally put
it up in the same sliaped bottles, and some of
them have stole and copied our advertisements,
they are only worthless imitations, and should be
avoided.
Principal Office, 126 FULTON Street, Sun
Building, 'N. Y.; Redding & Co., 8 State street,
Boston; Dyott & Sons; 132 North Second -3trelt,
Philadelphia; S. S. Chance, Druggist, Baltimore;
P.4 M. Cohen, Charleston; Wright & Co., 151
Charters street, N. 0.; 105 South Pearl street,
Albany; and 4by all the principal Druggists and
Mferclhntr3 general ly throughout the United Stales
West Indies and the Canadas.
For sale wholesale and retail by
SH.F. ABELL,
May 25,1848, 19-ly : Apalnchicola...:


. BlaIu l Books and Stationery.
EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
S50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading,
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for-sale by
March 1,. H. F. ABELL.

DR, .WOODRUFF'S Worm Specific, ftbr sale by
.I.,C h_2-2 H F ABELL.
Irnon, NniB, Steel, &c.
3r TONS S,-eeds, American and English
t0J Iron, asso-ted sizes;
30 dozen Brade's Hlioes;
20 dozen Crown do;
10 dozen Shovels and Spades;
100 kegs Nail-, :,-,,.rLd "sizes;
500 Ibs Cast and German Steel;
20doz Collin's Axes,' Georgia and Kentucky
pattern;
2 boeJ Cotton Cards; : '
4 do Coffee Mills;
10 kegs 5 and&. inch Spikes; for sale by
C. A. GREEN&, Co.
Dec'28 52 Water street.


I b


Ilavana Tob-tcao Seed,
rOR sale by
F. Feb 1 It F- ABE


New Dry Goods.
A USTIN &, LONG. slccessors to J. Slevenson
& Co., are j-?t .ipening at the, old stand, cor-
ner of- Water and Criestnult sreets, an entire new
stock of DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, &c. to
which they, invite the attention of the former
Cusloiines (if the ,ld firm, and the public. ,.
Apalachicola, Nov. 11, 1848.; 4J3-6m
Pailts, Oils, &c.
LAMP and Linseed Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Turpehtine, Lamp Black, Red and Yellow
Ochre, grnund in oil, Pruisian Blue, ParisGreen:
Virdigri-, just received per schr Palladiuim, and
for sale by '
Jan 25 J C ALLEN & Co.


Dry. Goods. ,
iftHE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
, so+able stock of Dry, Goods", dioisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Bangups and Tweeds,
Super plain black and fancy.Casameres,
Super Engli3hi and Freich Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs.-
Duffil Blankels, 8, 9 and 10'qrs.
Marseilles Quilts, 9, 10, itI and 12:qrs,
Denims, Ilremlins and Gottonades,
Brown Shirtingand Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburigs, .. ..'
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
" L htnen and:totion Checks,
Irish Lineiin, Shirling and Sheeting,
Reached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and Amierican Prints,
: Extra 3uper, plain and twilled Ginghams, :
Super Cashmere d'Eco3se,
Eutra su),rr Muslin de.Lainei .
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black S'ilk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, :
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Mad ras and Verona head HkfI
Ladies' Cotton Hose and G.elRf-hose,
Siper Satin. Itarqeiyes & Woested Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread.
Plain and fi'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &e
alWhich have been .elected with great care in
New York and Boston,from [mportersand Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable
terms bv WM. G. PORTER & Co.-
Dec. 30. 1917. 41 Water street.
Wistar's and Swayne's Balsam
of Wild Cherry,
TUST received and for sale by
J Nov 11 J. C. .ALLEN & Co.
/ Cotton Hooks,
FOR sale by
Jan I1 C A GREEN & Co.
M" OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.


For Sale.
A2 MAHbGANY Coun ting Hou6e Desks. Ap-
ply to 3-B. S. HAWLEY,
..Nov+2:+ Columbus Block.

Furniture.
1 MARBLE Top Centre Table,
1 French Bedslead and Beddmg,
1 Dre-sing Bureau, marble lop,
I double marble top Wash Stand.
The above Furniture has only been in ose a
few months, and will be sold ldw. Apply to
Jan 18 J. DAY & Co.


Chloroform !-
LT7'ARRANTED pure, just reeeived:and for
yV sjle by
:NiBet 18, J; ; J C ALLEN & Co.
Dry Goods.
W RILLUNGS. Ticking, Cotton Osnaburg-,
Linseys, Kersevs, Jeans, Flannel, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checksr
Ginghams, Calicoes, Deiales, Hosierv, e&c &c,
For ale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Dee 9. Cor. Water and Ohestnut sts


7- Cider.
50 BBLS Clhampage, fobr sale -bv
50 Dec 30 B ELLISON "- Co.


HEETINGS, Shirlings and. Prints, by the
baleand case, low for cash, bv
B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 9. Oor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Tanners' Oil,


B ELL[SQN & Co.