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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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Commercial advertiser
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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 26, 1849
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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H ~yaer & Holmes,
S also,. ...
.gents for the "
of the City of J.ew York,
S No. 51 Water street,
&e6 12- 'Apa1ae4ioola, Fa.
I ...J. --ay&Co., .
SNo. 852 Water street,
Dec 2 kpalachicola, Fa.
fg 0-Agents oyr LLoYDi;.atsd, Agents tor the
"EtnaIanstrra6ncCo.' thele" Protection'Insurance
Co." andthe "Hartord Insurance C6." Hartford
W. T, WooDi E. B. BALLoU.
Wood & Ballon,
SOffice' No. 42 Water street.--Up stairs.
Jah 16 Apalaahicpla, Fa.

Beijai1ni Salter,
No. 43, Water street-Up stairs,
:Dec. 1, 1841. Apalachicola, Fla:

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.1 UY iure opyar.
CHAPTER Ill. --Painful Realics. '
Fine clothes will wear out.--or at any rate
get out of fashion,- which is quite as bad.--'
N Nothing tells so eloquent ly ol reducedd maM .:
as shabby finery. Mrrs..-Soi'h wi quite
willing to go into cornpa|,y simply h l :
but her husband was not willitug lu.aw hor "
t6 do so; atKals there was uo ,o
opening for business, adrid no way f'tKrtif'- '3t
ing personal vatriy but by riinning In debt. .
it was decided by the husband Iintt (ie best
plann 'Was to refuse all unvinalioins. ,Tlhis d.e-
cisioo suited the. meetings of:the, wifle-hlie
wasr getting tired of the tl'olt it requiteI ts
keep,up appearances,. Spring, with i l tul ,-
tair andsunony sk, brought b.ck, in Ihr;iuLi-',.
ful colors, her: early homne, and she lonefd ,
for freedom.. Amo'ngall iher acquaitanuccr,
she knew not that she had one re-il liricnid--
one who loved her for her own saike. %; h ,;S
felt that she was not living a true lile, and
she longed for-a change., She thought sohe
would like t talke herchildren iotio the
country l'or fie summer :and inlo the conuu-
try she weot. Mr. Smihhlremaitiediinh1lwn
'to watch 'or an openillg. It ;ippeireda Hi las. .
A Uew magazine was started by an associaa- ,.
tiou of gentlcmen, uuil he was( offered oip in-
ducemenit to write fir it., H]e wa8|uitie
'elated,_and wrote elncoul;gifngly tIn Iiis wife .
of his prospects.
-The Summer passed quickly aw;iy, ,and,
the middle of autumnfounild the yuniig cozU-
'ple once more established in their houre in *
town. ;. .
:J'I wonder why our friends are so baick-
ward in calling,' said Mary to her hiussind.
'I We have been here no% nearly four week.i
;and no one has called exceptll liss Cajrpen-:
ter. I suppose it is generally known that 1
have,returupd. I wonder why it is ?' .1
+You will learn after a tirnv, to wonder at
nothing,',said Mr. Smith, : -: .. .
Perhalls so,' :epliedl Mary. I It is of very r
little consequence, however, whether ieoptll*
call sooner orjater. -By tih way, how Jui
the magazine flourish ? you have rnot slpu^.i 7
of it for some time.' "% "
Pshaw-!' replied Mr. Smith pieiulanily,
Sd.ou't speak of it. unla.) yoo wili to drive
me mad. Nothing pays hiei ut: purk und
sausages. This is not ibthe lace for a pjam
oi tdve b h wle.' .... .. '
entiued [ry, int rroattvely -
Look at th, and ,his, anl this,'Mhid Mr. r ,
Smith, pulling out sfvrral hills from hii
pocket-book ; these will qie ;ll yo)'onii won.
der, and save all your questiions. Here is
one quarter's rent due to Mr.. Piii--herelij -
a grocer's bill-here is-but no -tnaitej,/ :
You don't expect people will gobui ofjaei
way to show their good will to theii debrs,,
do you 1, + .
*Let us pay the bills at once, then, Th*
odore, ahd avoid runiiing in Pdebt fortile
'future,' said Mary. '
S That's all very well. hut heire.'s the
money to come front, anid hiow ate we to
live ? To be sur-, it isn't very iinporlant
that we should live at all; but I think I
should prefer a -natural death to sltarvation.'
We can manage to live on very littlee'
replied blary,'or much less than we now do.'
It's as easy to pay laIrge.detits as sniall
ones,' replied her Ihiisbaud, when you have
nothing to pay wil' "'
'Listen to nme, Theodore,' replied' Mairy.
I don't know whelit r you are iii trrndst or
not. If you ire, it is linme thai we slhourd
devise somine better plan el" life. If you are
satisfied that it is quite useless to keepjup
appearances any longer, let us try to live
rationally. It will not trouble :us' in tihe
least to know that we are poor; but 1 can-
not bear a state of uncertainty.'
And it would not trouhle'you in tire insat
.o lose your friends and acquaintaiB.c i a
het- husband. I -
'A true friend would never dose'im 'n
account of our poverty ; and aI to iit HeC-
quniniances, I care little plbioi ii,em.tre-
plied Mary. Now tell me, I bg Otf you,
tbe true stale of iiffai1, and Ity to think a
wonian's wit is worth something.'- ) '
SYou are a dear, ngocdl rre;tmute..-ury'
replied her husband. andi oe y-1y '"'I
my whole heart, God Inows. I wwultf !n,
spared you every ;inixiety ;and ,lin----1;6 w"d
have mlnade "n'y @acrl'e t'o promote jA14 -
happiness. But. you h;.vp made aoimnlor'.-
lunate choice, Mnry, in'liihking yo~wafC-
tunes with suchi a scclebgmnc a 1"'air.; 1i,
uncle--curs -- -
*Stop, stop, I'hrodore,' initi rubied tfis
wife; remember hew much you owe'his
k i n d n e s s : { '
'A doabrful kindness,' replied, Tllo]ma ,.-
sadly. *To bring a young man up without _
a knowledge of business, and'io exge/irlisb
of a fortune, and then cut him ffwirhdut a
shilling, because he dared to have a wit'bf
his own, and marry ,the only woman Ire erer
loved. He may ha*'e intended well, iti'his
past kindness as you term it, bnhaepordela
curse instead oeta btediug+ I becifdfl.
should think of Paese things,. it wHould nribs
a very devil of me.. I am harassed 0 d-lth.
People begin to see our povery' .'n~io-
Friends begin tothink their, Bfraa4"
regard will be taken in :earneast-,h thIhy
shall be called upon to pay a dear, prioe~lr
their friendship. I hasve notiberrowed kaon.,
ey yet- not a soua .' .
And you must noo, Theoder, Be lol-

ded hy me, my dear husband. OGive up iffi
house-it is too large for us. sell:all thdqdw-
rhilure that is not absolutely necessary,land
let us live according to our means'* :
Sell your beautiful furniturre. Mryc.ld
cannot think of ii,' replied her husband. ,
SIt1 does not require mucb tihought-,s4id "

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i Yellow Potatoei..
01 13 BLS. in fine order, for sale by
IW Jai .'I C A GREEN & Co.
City i &ots,
FOR Lease or Sale, for which warrantee deeds
F will be given. -Applytb':
Dec 28 H. G. GUYONI.
"IbOTShoeedlqd Biogans, by he case;
6 Wormei's Shoes anil Buskins;
MBn's, Boys and Youth's Brogana;
fine dew'd BWdgans
MWn'# pegged Booti;
Sfine oewed Bqod ,
Rtmset Brogans. For aaleby: ;
SDec 9. ;, ; Cor, Water and Chestnut Sts.
garoaparllla .
BULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's and Bailey's com-
pound fluid'extract of Sarsaparilla, jut re-.
,oeivei and for baEb by
Feb 17 i: ABLL,

Nov 1 + uter-st iph., a
Nov 18 A palaclhicola, Fa.

J. I. ultll & Co.,
No. 48 Water street,

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'hlfi'nwrvill 4F t unylagaitiarutiivtsily
:'isbilfhC d 1 by' th Preso Is the Wt American
"t M eiitiM blIh.d do ffirs' at the commence-
m"*U1btbs3d *vamiaqe uusbal induciementi to
j, llUblw"ih IUs features thereafter Will be en-
'" JT B:tUtvsU~lna

j '-Wia 6f Engravings, from the Paintings of
oiior _pbartistsiin, tndhing Caet, Oignoal, QIrftd,
1Rldnlonn, atd. bfhers, id in viloyroh" preparation,
*Sld the facilet p acll of te inimitable DARLEY
"iA noW 20tivey engaged ,in, enriChing Holden
j ith his Porttis of Ai w public Men of JlAne.
rh9 P0RT1AkiTS 6ri bDm,f-;GdibhRO Aic-ii
+.m+ Djiyiercs will be continue din every No:, as
'hrerolobre, wilK lite-like sketches of t(eir lives
and ministry. Eich Ncr.will be filled with
TR..i.A..L.I TlOVS, ..
"Md will wm' rmipe everything JAliasing, Insr'uc-
Itive. awt 'l beta&4jeljrv in progress in iche woll.
'4 Asa Family NI.a'ixihd, the E..itor is ontideat
iha[ii o rivalry cd'' affectior olposition lesien'its
S,'lud and woftW, aunlhe offers it to the word as,
6 tore, thwraiter, literary mnerit,and illuarative
jeirte Mibdel MaWltaS16i4'l
,,-No family in the land can afford to be without
Auldedsni in its circle; for when sich a periodical
'*,vn bes obt-ained ona year for the trifla of
t. r. ,.OvD X& B
who *ill not wish to subscribe?
V 1"'te great feature of Frldden is, that, while
;&,inX pepratf Amrerican in sentiment and
e ; "l-ng. it gtirs an aI enodirt'll the qeautics
: :f the French, Eiglivl and pifericain PeriodJ
hl, a'llj*e discarding theirfatbllies an vices.
A6 coiAinaeiaoi of'tlie E~acy/lopedia, tihe, Cazst,
leer, the Qtarteriq RrViei6, and the Welekly
S' JVl,,paper, it i y'et sqparate 'ld distinct fJ'ont
g"il, but pasesxin enisigh off their varioa quat-
S jidtihbhlstb cofnenl ilslf/ to e"r'y reaLder.
I he Lectdt of the E&1iti" has been to give a
TrKEas DiLt.t IN M AOii,i roa ONE TMIRD
"+aIe, and a glance at Holden's will show the
o"llt Nuvowr, he Only aska the support of the
',..in.n rtl/, andi in retuari will give improve-
(0- N,v is the time to Ptt'lscribe as those
Nv% li i l irit will r--cilve the firi1t in .'redi olns of
tlhe ea rivvitgi T.il N I' cii be llllilhedlro:n
5dlly. I13 itf wis'ilpd by mu'ncriberJ--tlit month
":j;n nd'w'il'jr the ireavilUi vollmn .
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;.hiiile, hl: ,hl l n lhr> ,.> II ni'sli>A litn a t Jt ;ilI .eiJ i.
?; Addroes, (piipitid,) '- -
;;i 109 Na.sau-street, N. Y.
i p. S. ghtliirhk MqpyHZ the a,,,6e P~rte,'^i,,
S,1l thi, I rtice. khl ,noltei 1i the ,^ wazine eilh-
"' t ri i y, ll '1 >i leil to the sdii ,,,d v',tl.ti;e; If
14-l4!:'S Vli itnllle h-l'ti ,rin' V ho'lirr i n finu dl i
/ "ti|"*tilt i'l"1, ana in aduhtiIni a iple .ifi d liu:l
r Lenot;h Ei.,vrin

hristy., Il lorfr tlhp 1 v Y,,r Tribunie, I iw I
Xtroin ll' by Darlej, ail engraved Ibv R1i:-,ird-
S Man. "'he book will be inailel tio qiuh pap rI
abmit the. 15th of J.ntliry, w'ien it will be rpi-1l.,
'6it th- reception of a pa,)Pr conltailing i he adver-
iment sad. nurice marked. Edit.,rs cpying
'M' tis and n'itciii Ihntlilty %vil alsa receive the
JMuioe erh rirh mn ,r thd ein'i v vp.ir.
holestale Clothling Warehouse,
": (Beteen olton. 4 ad eainr Striet,)
;1 '<1' (Between F .ultonrst and Nu'rliftg Salij;,)
'"y11 ,THIE'
,.I 1I e Soutlwre on, Southe.sern -ajr-
[.: .l ". + kets!!'!
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cheerful as you can. By the way, there'o
a party at Mrs. De Haulon's his evening.'
* -yes, and we must go and dress,' sai
M ary. :,,. .: ,
It was agayand fashionable party. and
the new cdmers were much flattered. Tfid
fact that they were really genteel people, wei
now firmly, established, they became every
davr mnre 'nnnularls.

I The teadign Periodical Li America.

For 1849.
Dedicated lo the Ladles of the Unid Siatates.
Edited by SARAH J. i4ALE,
S, and L.At GOPEY.
X Novelette by MISS. E, ELESLIEwho con-
tribites to'every No.
N: O.'IL'L-S Original Scriptbral Poetry:
Ti & ARTHUR; who contributes, to every No,
Illustrative of Croodme's Skethe, s, of American
Character.. :
W "d intend merely to lve W" twiwtie'uf o'o iten-,
tion's-Tor -7neti "ar. leaving to others lonrg adver-
tlteents,-'rAuU of sound and4uy, sigoifyinsr
nothing." ,. .
Agreeabty to :the praticeof last yeai; the pdb-
lish*r will issue as good a nhmber.each month.as
he does in January. .Ths is a novel feature in
Magazine plblishiiing. During the whole of last
year he gave molt engravingq and more readlnifg
matter than any of his contempirarie-s, and'wil'
continue tb doso nxt year. Those whosubscribe
tb 0ODE$- LaADYPS BOOK, may do so under
the assurance that they will receive more for
their modn'ey in t'he'Magazine alone,'thain'by sub-
scribing t;-,any other work. To this is added;
and inel4Jede in the sahe ,3, the LADY'S DOL-
LAR /NEWSPAPER, which .co6ntai0s in one
itohilh nearly, if not quiie as mieh reading mIat-
ter as the other monthlies, making fdr l$3', the
amount of reading 1('t0p magazines a month.
THERE AltE vzirtiq.ftiiTti'about Godey' T,a-
dy's Book for the ladies that noother Magazine
possesses. There is a Mezzotint and Line En-
graving in each number-both by the best artists.
frh addition to these, there are given monthIy
what no other magazine gives-.a LColoieH if ah-
ion Pl6te' with a fall description. This feature
is pecliair to Grodey,. as no other work,has them
every ihoilth and colored. Then there are Caps,
Bonnets, Chemisettes, Equestrianism, for La-
dies, with Engravings. The Ladies' WorkTa-
bip, with designs for knitting, netting, crotchet,
and all other kinds of work; Patteirs for
Srtoking. Caps, Chilt 'Covers, Window Curtains,
D O't.ly's Pdrisee, Bags, &c., &c. -Heafih and.
Beant'y, with Engravings. t Mcodel Cottages,with
ground (ylans, arid. other engravings, always il-lus-
trative of something.-uselful. Music, beautifully
printed on tinted paper, which may be taken out
and blimid. Coloired Modern Cottages'and' Colored
[Il.iwer Pieces occasionally. These'are all extra
ini Godey, aril to be found in no other Magazine.
ThNee were all given last year, andlwill be con.
tinurmd. In addition, weashall have'in every No.,.
one of
A most amurinng jerie., no;:, first gOven tothe
AmericanO dblio. These wfll be illustrated in
every No. bya Story from the powerful perinj)fT.
S. Arthur, Esq. .
THB CH NGE-i OF. FashionN,".
111 tralid b Fy RF blmson'I, :E 4 rq h Tii series
wtvn he ver jriteret.inte to (h.ladiea.
'-*^ti Pe.t, etfcrt fJlTy-ja PE V l f fNr "'
i' another series of Ernravings n +ion, and will be published during (heo yda.'
'ivinx given so maii Moel" Cottageg, we intend
now to commence the publication of Cottage
Furniture-a very necessary appendage to a
Cottage. ,
RiLi606 5AW -ij s-ISTR'Y.
6or superior Artists, Waiters, Tucker, Pease
.,,d Welch, are now engaged upon a set bf plates
illuitralive of these two subjects.
e OUR, MUSIC. -"
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Mrs R. 0akes Smith, Mrs. J. G..Neal, H.T.
Tilckerman, H; W. Herbert, &c., the author o(
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fellow, Holnmes--an: a 'ho#t of:othr-i_2 st'al.
Wjys take thile lead in literary merit: ,
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taining the portraits of Harriet Newell, Fanny
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Weeping over 3eruisalem, The Opening'of the
Sepulchre, Deliverancs of St. Peter, and The
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+Address, [,. A. GODttY,
.113 Chestnut street, Philada.
With any newspaper giving the 'above a few
insertions we will exchange.

Wm*. G. Porter & Co.
-. No. 41 Water street, .
De' O Apalachicola, Fa.
B. .Nourse, H.B. Stone, H.W. Br6oks.
Nourse, StoneA& Co. ,
No. 46 Water Iteet, -
Dec 12 Aparachicda, Fl'a '
I "lckliailt Yoql -
-C 0 MM IS.S I 0 t anrd F.OQR S. R D I N G
:,., .M E .C H A N T ,.
SNo. 53 Water street,
nov21 Apalachicolh; Fla

From the Chronicle of Western Literature.
The Smith's; or, Doubtful Gen6tility.
CHAPTER I.-Important Discoveries ..
"How do you like your new neighbors,
the Smiths," asked Mrs.'Pry. /
"Very well, in spIite; of their-aame," 're-
plied Mrs. Prim. "VerLy oonfon name,
indeed; butAI think they are very genteel
people. I think I never saw a prettier couple
--quite an acquisitionbreally.' ;
What's his business?" answeired Mrs.
_ P ry .... +
S"I dOLi. ktow- reHy,"u-oa"~4ra 4,Ua.
Prirri. I can't find out as he is toing nay-
thing. ,Living on the uterest'of his money
I reckon. Very genteel person, Mr. Smith
-very genteel.'
SDo they see much company?' inquired
Mrs. Pry.
'A sight,' replied Mrs. Prim. I' Iseen no
less than twenty peoplego, in there yester-
day, and some, in very stylish carriages. I
think I seen 'Mrs. De Haulo go in.'
SIndeed !' ejaculated Mrs, Pry. 'They
must be very genteel people. Mr Pryis very
much opposed to my calling, upon any body
without knowing who and what they are;
but I think I may venture to call on Mrs.
Smith. I think there can be no doubtthati
she 'is a genteel woman.'
I Not thle least doubt,' replied Mrs. Prim.,
They rent their house of'Mr. Prim--of
course I called-they live in very pretty
style. There girl told my cook she did
nothing but run to the door froni iioruin'g
till night.' ..
*.I think I'lt call directly,' said Mrs. Pry,
and lift accordingly., -
CHAPTER ii.-Expediency.
Well, Mary,' said Mr. Smith to his'pret-

ty, good natured looking little wife, as ihey
sat down to their quiet tea, 'the matter is
at last decided. My uncle's will has been
found, and we a're 'o better off than ,we have
been.' : .
Haa he leJlt u noiliing 7' inquired Mary.
'Not a shilling,' answered her husband,
Mary drew'a long sigh, but 'instantly re-
suming a a cheerful tone, said, What are
we to do ? .
SWhirt we have done these three years
past,' replied her, husband, 'live on 'bope.
We +must -nake joint stock of all we can
muster. Yowrs is not quite gone ?'
'IOh no, Theodore,' replied his. wife.
only a little worse fbr'wear. ]i think 1 had
better try to turn my 'aleuLt to account and
assist you.'
J h L. a.^, ..- i. f- ,,.-

/ A. & Pi. C. Kalin,
No. 4 Columbus Block,
S' "Apalachicola.
ir^ Liberal advances made on consignments
of Cotton to their friends in Liverpool, Glasgow,
New Ywk and Philadelphia.
"Jan 1 ,1849.

CharlejBogers Euenre W. Rogers.
"._, Clhas. Rogers &Co.,
. -q Water alstreet,
_Q44i4. Apalacicpla, Fe. -

N. J. Deblois.
No: 44 Water-street,
D&c 2 Apalachicola, Fa.
A. 1N TltcKay & Co.
:', No. 4b6 Water-street,
Dec 15 Apalachicola, Fa.
James I. Griffin,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Chemicals, Glue, Indigo,'Glass and Putty; For-
eign and Domestic Drugs, WhiteLead, Var-
nish, Dye-Woods, Spirits Turpentine,
Patent Medicines, Congress Water,
French Chemicals, &c. &c.
A general assortment of
cor. of Chesnut & Commerce streets,
Jan'18 Apalachicola, Fla.

Wylie &, McKenzie,.
I. INo: 42'Water street,
Sept,. 1,1IS47.J Apalachicola, Fa.
s. & -Schiffe,.
j.- Particular attention p.id to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
Nov. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.

L D. I.oberis,
And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares..
Jan 24 Apalachicola, Fa.

Commission and Auction MBoomn ,
J. 7B. STABB8 O Co.
We having received a full share of the patro-
nage from the Merchants of ApalacMicqla last
season, will feel thankful for the samre in our line
of business the coming winter.
Eufaula, Ala., Nov. 14, 1848. 45.-tf

W F. F. Abeh,
OILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Also--A general assortment of Statinery..
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
April 11 Apalachicola, Fa.

Eufaula Auction and Commis-
sion House,

Bi. S. lawley,
^qC. 26, Water alreet,
D ec 6. A ig,: ;l" ^ ^ fil, Al:


.-s,- I DANFORTH.-

Prr ipam wuPl-fafite tiPloe age~nrr~ertorela
fnroh tne Merchants of Apalachicola, he would
res.ettffullv solicit a continuance of their favors.
E111aula, Ala., Oct. 27, 1848. 42-a

busuablM. Y ou -l r'"hlf.nl^'tifrWBl t
sum were still p,,ssess is not wasted. In the
meantime, 1 will be ob the lookout for busi.
ness. Keep up a good heart, if you can,
atid whatever trouble and perplexiiv we maiy
have, conceal it from the world. Externally,
we have everything pretty and confoertable,
thanks to your good father. We must not
,let our embarrassments be known.'
'Why not?' asked Mary, innocently.
'Why try to appear any different from what
we are 1 It is the hardest kind of subjection
to Iblic opinion. For my -part 1 think
when a person is poor the best -course is to
own it, and live as a poor person ought to
'This may be well enough in theory.'-
said her husband, 'but it won't do to carry
out these fine ideas-in practice. Let me
explain. We -barne here strangers. We
l;adlelters to wealthy and influential people.
They see us living in good style, and place
us on Ithe same footing with themselves.--
Wb can mingle in good society--prepare
the 'way foe our children--'lake ;a positinn-
obtainio influence. This, you must confess,
is an object worth living for.'
'If it does not cost too great eflbrt,' re-
plied Mary. For my part, if I could have
a few friends of the right stamp, I would
have nothing to do with formal acquaintan-
ces. Besides, supposing that you don't gel
into business--"
S': Why suppose any such thing?' asked
her husband impatieptly. -You are p min-
ter-of-fact body, Mlary. You always'throw
cold water on my projects.'
Mary laughed. Her laugh was so good
natured, it always dissipated her husband's
'At all events.' resumed Mr. Smith,
'there is no use of sounding a trumpet be-
fore us to proclaim our poverty. Wail till
it speaks for itself. As for your few choice
rfriehds, that's all gammon. Rememberyour
old school-mate and bosom companion, Em-
,na Carter, whose husband got suddenly rich
and moved Into a fib house in Broadway.
She was very glad to see you fociably--you
vaone-bul she never thought of inviting you
to her parties.'
I was deceived in her, I know,' said
Mary; but all the world are not so a eak
and.loolish as Emmia Carter.'
S' I trust not,' said Mr. Sminith ; "but its a
hollow world, notwithstanding. Therefore,
be guided by me. If a man is supposed to
be well off, friends are abundant. He can
get trusted to any amount--be is a fine fel-
low; but the moment he is suspected of be-
ing poor,|or in want of money, everybody,
from his bosom friend to his bIpt black, helps
to keep him down. The mo'i, a man needs
help, the harder it is to get it. There is
noing so contemptible asa poor man, Mary.
Better your husband were a genteel cheat
and pickpocket, thqin an honest poor man.'
Oh dear,' sighed Mary, if you speak
the truth, society is so pitiable, so little
worth the trouble of pleasing, why care
about its power? 1 confess I think it is a
waste of time and the materials for happi-
ness which lie within our own hearts and
homes.' '
It's useless to argue the topic,' said her
husband. Ifyou will consent to be guided
by me for a time-put the best foot fore
mot, keep troubleout of sight, ard be as

Akvrdy 4 Jones,
,No. 43 Waterstreet.
Dec 6 Apalachicola, Fa.

B. Eins6n & Co.,
Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Dec 9 Apalachicolai, Fa.

8f1- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House,. Nov 9.

W. 1. 1m. Davi,'
Offers hisservicesto the public in either of the
above capacities.
Hewill practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and JacksonCircuit Courts-and will, upon
a specialretainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of t e Middle or Western Circuit. He willalso,
argle cases in the+ Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
see, the.sessions of which, he will always be
present atj unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8,'1846.

L iCalla d& Romain,
'No. 9 Columbus Block.
Nov. 18 is -Apalachicola, Fla.
tUnderwood & Caigh)
Apalachicola, Fa.
L-6All orders attended to with punctuality
and despatch. Jan, 20

M. N,1. SlOtt & Brother,
S.HATS, &c.',
: Cor, Water and Centre-itreets,
Dec 23 Apalachicola,.Pa.

WillisL, J Woodley, .1. D>,
H AVING settled himself at Apalaclhicola.
offlbrs his professional services to the public.
Having been constantly (vng*,-ged during the last
twenly-three )ears in the practice ot' his pro-

fession in North Carolina, Virginia, Alabama and
Florida, he flatters hingell' thdt he is familiar
with the character and minodes of treatment of the
prevailing diseases of this section ol country;
He may be found at his office, opposite the bar-
ber's shop, at any hour in the twenty-four.
March 14, 149. 7-3m

-i" ...Sims & Cheever,
': -11 :OfficeNo. 86 Water street.
dec23 Apalachicola, Fla.,

We keep an endless variety.
iu'wora t eTewr srr.iswvSrMAtvrFACTWRaRs or
S61h COT tlodn I

!. ;D-rln W drAd ,

Edward McCully,
No. 2S Water street.
Nov .. Apalachicola, Fla.P;
H. R. Taylor,
No. 22 Water street,
SDec 2S.: ... -49-6m* Apalachicola, Fa. \
Henry Youngs
No. 53 Water street,
Dec 28 Apalbchicola, Fa.

Advances on Cotton
TTEaree prepared to make liberal advances on
Cotton, consigned to our Iriends in New
Ybrk, Liverpool, Havre, Antwerp and Roller-
darn. NOURSE, STONE & Co.
-Feb 1 46 Water street.

3' :Al'411a'in f Wnatc e Cloting, of a'lakknds.
.,,1 ', Nos. 232 & 9 Pearl st.
D. 29,.184. 484;m
0 0 It 0 1 OIL C et 0
oo Albro, Hoyt & Co.,
*' "'+' "72 JoAn Street,
._ i kt .OA p ikd drivingg into Store from the'r Fac-
,'n. torieas t Eliibeth.Town, N. J., a variety
;'r new *nd original patterns of
.., tV" y IPoor oil Clotfis;
0 i 1. ,M, il inO tUt. (. They are als3
;- i'ffjFror the Albany, isingburg, and
qi Factories, In sheets ol IS feet in width,'a
joont, bracing many new patterns
S ifjili .' '
**'_.'M#aU'liilP^ lr I11 Cloths,
^, ,*, 3 from the N&wAurg, Albany, Lansing-
,-" _Du'Utica "d6'Mmain. Ptoris, every variety
"' !r- fjwtrnr mantfiac'tutinK tib hem, of their 4-4th,
"' IV 1tth,; -4th, 84th and 14 feet wide
';.,t Oil Xtiul,
.JAte.Slah.l. ", Rol wood and figured 4-4,
, 1th l ,grlish.Gbry n anl American
: -W ieOU d clOth*.-
-Aboil(r'b1 ,a( arielty of now pa!terms of
tiAt( ol Clothli,.
,- oner to he t"4de on liberal
,m ,jr jnS523tn



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

J. F. FbRiIOR. E. McCd-LLV.
S. Farrier &4 McCnili,
K-^ yi:; 81Gravier street, .*- ': it
Dec 2S New Orleans.
Jno. S. Hutchinson,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
*' + : 'Apalachicola, Fa.
j0- Advances made on all consignments if re-
quired. Nov. 25, 1848;'
r1. Ii. WOOD,
c o M I s1 S 10N MERCHANT,
-' 0\A TrA -- f-

THE undersigned will make liberal idvancep
Son Cotton consigned to his friends in Liver-
pool, Glasgow, Havre, Boston or New York.
rT HE subscribers, Agents for The AEtna In-
surance Co.," ''The Protection Insurance
Co.," and "The Hartford I nsuranlceCo.," of Hart-
ford, Conn., are prepared to' take Fire, Inland
and Marine Risks on as favorable terms as,any
gdod office. J DAY & Co;
Dec 28, 1848.' / '
Lumber. .
VELLOW Pine, assorted sizes and qualities,
I Juniper, -4s -
Oak Plank, WheelArms ,and Bucket Plank, for
Feb 8 Commerce street.

Taos. H. AUSTIN.

Wm. H. LoNG.

SAustin & Long,
No. 4'5 Water-street,

"NDV 11

. t

Apalacnteola, pa.

.Fever and Ague.
.O SGOOD'S India Cholagegue, an unfailing
remedy for Fever and Ague, and other bil-
flus diseases, for sale by .
March 22I H F ABELL.
C ORN.-1500 bushels "river bottom" while
corn, in sacks, for sale by ,
Mar. 2 B W06D.

S. MI. Nickerson,
HATS, CAPS, &c.,
!.- .No. 1 Columbus Block, :-
*,*De 1$ :" ?: ,.; Apalachicola.Fa.


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03- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agentsfor the COMMERCIAL ADVERTIsKa, aid will
receive and receipt fdrsubscriptions, 6d *dvettise-
ments:- .
WM. W. CHEVER,Esq., Albadriy, a.
Major JACK HArDMAN. Eufaula, Ala.
JAs. J. OLIVER, Tallahassee, Fa.

From the Charleston Mercury of the 18ih inst.
Arrival of the Canada.
At half past 9 o'clock last eveningWe re-'
ceived intelligence that the steamer's arrival
was telegraphed from St.John's, and in a
few minutes after the dispatches of our
prompt and efficient telegraphlc'aget coin-
menced coming over ihe wires. We'innex
his full-and comprehenlvhe abstract.
;BALTIMOiE, May 16, 6 p.'thm.
Tire Canada has arrived at Halifax, with
one week's Iater intelligence, and her d*ws
was received at'St. John's this morning by
special express :for the Associated 1Pr4is,
and has been telegraphed'to this eihy te
.Cna a Iasr mate- a splendid !aM 4Ati*ad
'back. I send you an abstract 0f her intelli-
Tl;he marketss.
LIVERPOOL, May 5.-:Since the depar-
'ture of the Hibernia, the imports of Cotion
'ha.e amounted to:113,277 bales, of which
'104,149 .bales were American. Notwith-
standing these heavy imports'iheprices of
American, parficulatly-of low and mhiddling
qualities, are higher, as are ialso:Egyptians
rnd'Brazils. Fair Uiplans are quoted at
41 and Fair Orleans 41. The salesvof the
'week ending May 4, amounted to 46,190
bales, of which nearly 30,000 were Ameri-
can. Of this speculators took 360-bales,
and 2710 were sold for exportation.
In the Grain" Market, there'is lcftsideerable
depression. The weather Iite'ly has been
,,very ine, and most favorable for the teming
crops, wfidh induces buyers to confine'their
operations to 'their-'immediate 'wants. At
Mark Lane, Londo'in, 'an Mtnda'y,'English
Wheat sold at a decline of two s1hiliiugs per
quarter, and a sipiffar reduction-was;aritircel-
pated in foreign Wheat.' Concessio 4gvere
made by the holders of Flour and Corn1on
the following day. At Liverpool the-'de-
mand for Wlieat was limited, and former
prices were barely ra'intained. Corn was
in somewhat brisker request, but the ten-
dency of other articless of bread-stuffs was
:downwards. Indi`an Meal, lls. &r' hbl. dull.
Flour brought 23s. at the openihg'*of he
market, but declined towards its clote.-
Holders, however, refused 22.6; and LWtfe
transactions subsequently took place at 32.'9.
Prime Ohio was quoted at 23 a 24.6. To-
lw=I1&a the nP n( m ef 'htK

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'lMary, clheerfully, "ltherefore let it be done
It once.'
BRfore a month htid passed. Ihe furniture
was s, ld and the Ihuse vacated.
ceAPTra iv.-- Fas.ionable Oosi.p
Well, our neighbors, ithe Smiths, turned
-out pretty smull,' said Mrs. Prim to her
'friend, Mrs. Pry.
'So I .heard,' said Mrs. Pry. I seen
*their furniture advertised at auction-had a
I' ied to drop in at the sale.'
My husband began to suspect them
"som time ago,' said Mrs. Prim. He said
r1 might as well give up the acquaintaoce--a
'didn't think they were much, any how.'
.' You don't say so ejaculated Mrs. Pry.
'*.|l 1i thought as much, for i heard Mrs.
Simpkins say that they had'been living on
on thbese,three 'monilts past; and'besides,
'1 heard their grocer say 'they 6wed him a
hundred dollars, and their cook told Oor
chambermtaid thitt she CdouH 'not' get her
wages any how.''
.i'-I dare say,' reptlea Mrs.e Prim;! 'ex;
pected as much, they IMade such a dash at
-first.' r
Really,' said Mrs It. to her husband,
'"'1 feel aorry for the poor Smiitis. ]i mast
'have gone harl with "them to sell ;ill their
*elegant fariftiV4. ,
'Smith is i rttian, inefficient, fellow re-
Stlied Mr. H. "'I h:rve ha f some dealings
'wilhihm. lln'i 'believe i people's nut
p saylB^ t ef ht, ..... .-- -. -"
But I" they have in money,' said Mrs. H.
They have no business lo be wiihouti it,'
said Mr. H., with his usual sagacity. Peo.
ple-ought to know how to live. A mad that
don't pay his debfs is a mean fellow. tikedi
Smith when he -first c;aine--li seemed a
very clever I'ellow-but 4 truuid om t 'his
Mean streaks. Fact, hn-was too mean tn
buy his own tobacco--borrowed of his
friends--'round him out. And his wife is
After the same sort, I reokon-bad, mana-
4 I always liked her,' said Mrs. H., 'but
pbosifly I nitoty have been deceived.'
.,i** ;
'Really, what 'a dowdy looking" person
Mrs. 81rh Iis,' said ,L'. P..--- Ito Mis
Carpenter.6 "she really looks too riditu.'
tous. One would hardlty:hink -she hadtever
lived among decent people.'
*I can't. agree with )nu,' *s:tinl Miss Car-
penter, and if you knew her aswell as I do,
you would not doubt that'she wasa:strue
*Oh, yo good 'quaities,' sqid Mrs. P-- 'Yi)ou
are welcorue'lu yi.,ir opinion-you will find
precious few to ae.ee with you. i The gen-
.eral opinion is, that Mr. Smith is a nean
fellow, living on credit, or on his friends.'
I Miss Carpentenr knew that it was useless
o40 attempt to convince MrrS. -- flilt.he
Wenerai opinions imighi be wuiig.,4 There
4se *nomi mind so: ainherenily little,ithai
S 'they cannot taken any large'ldea-p.it
troushes thlim at once. But M Vrs. -was
+:r*ltt' in her srlaemenlt of whmt ihet|aener;l
opinion was wih regad .ton the -Smiths.
The vety htldrctm' who; owo yeats age, 'in
their nrelty and tastefiul -attire; had 'been
"'-pr.fict lit lie darlingss' were' very ordinary
ec'hitdren now, in their lit calicoe;. When
Spantst are ungenteel, thlieir children must be
very ordinary, and there is nothing'so uii-
genteel as poverty.
c.aKleTR' v.--A Glinpse mf ReatH-Mpptnew
S to befound in Obscurity.
It wit 4;cieI by Mrs. Smtit that theyI
had belter bt;ird for a limne. itl accoidingly
tthey fu ndcheap rooms with a widow Me.
Lane, in -an unfashionable par? of ihe ciiy.
Having ictli;aHy lost o-sildon iu socie'ly, they
thQLtghlbeltl to improve the llvani.ages of
pilC y, ind iyve iu the h-appy ollscurily into
which they had bIeen allowed Io pass so
quietly. I'he magaziteibegan to look. p a:
little. -anId fris4ledl a small income. They
couivtTeil to pay their board weekly for1
S.some-time, but. thIe, iBeains being wantinll g.
the bearil billtbaad'run on a infilth. NMr1.
Smith perceivedl it" but she hadl no placebo
to Offer, wrcerpt her assurances Itai the mo-
ney ahohili -be Iaidl as soon.as obtained.
Mrs. McLarte grei more icy, and the ser-
vants became very 'lnsolent andf. neglefpl.
Mrs. Smith wonld not tell her husband--
she knew it wolid irrilate hliiR; she had;
learned to bear all these thiuns aS a matte'
of course, ;a tlhe evil coiisPquent upon their
conditionn in life. Slie ;oneday,b1yiheeentran~e~eof ivrs, 'McLane,
; :whm .came'to annniinee vslitor wishing to,
Jipk at her roorns. .
'.,.? Let her come Un,.'said I 'r.J. mith ilea-
..satly ;;, and the !ady deoidtd to take them
*t once. ,.:*, +-..
SYou w .li .us: to leave, I am toxindier.
stand,' said lhe to Mrs. McLane, whanl I~e
k+ + l was go~e .. .
/ '* res, I tro,' said MIrs; LcLane; ] cannot
a ford Id board people for nothing. A friend!
.omipe warned me to look o, ut'.whe;l;: topk
L ou, er I should.not eel ny paiy. ,
.." "Vwy friendly advice, Mrs. McLane.
Your money will be ready.flir you to-night,
ut we wt.F lacate the rooms Irulnedialely/'
"+ Mff McLaw. 4onoked enmlbarra;Ssed, nd
,'. ,trled to stamnmer souietliiog about no peed
S ... .. .o being iu a hurry.. .
/' *I prefer going M onrme,' s:ai' Mlrs. Slnith,

': 'becauire.-althoualh I a,1l -lAe 10 -PY now,
S. may ihe some timne llCfore I can llo so
again, and il is .very iiupl|eas.uli lo bo0lh of
q4 to live on such teorms.'i '
I bope you are not ofeiended,' said Mrs.
Lane. '. '
$ANot in the least,' repllid Mras. Smnitbh.
*. J hare nooeen poor myself without learn
"" ii4be alue of money, and ho, iihicnnve-
I.ience o ,being without it., J arn not in the
eiu-aglZY--we part ,very. good frieuds.'
The asat day Nrs.-llib founeiid rnoms
S .4I1ewhere. i r'"; '',1"
i Mattie MNanwell! Man'ti Meqnwell !-
Mwho Cpn she be said 31r..Srn'ti, as he
Isid the last number of the inagazioe eon the
table. The editor of the ..--has offered
.a bhaadsome.prize to any one who will hnd
_her out: -aMd,engage her services for his
4mpers' We have published three of her:
.Milpeesu, and 'the whole -town is on the
";qiiqW to k ow whn she is.', :
WMry tomk up the magazine and read her,
last production. Al itbeworld runs after
t1les,' said she ; this is only tolerable; -but
4;atch poaeiry pays,-I think I'll try my hand'
a whrbgrmaig.'
dw ,'mry only smiled good-humoredly-she-
Lknew her husband loved -her. as well as if
-a is werp a poetess. %
1-p. 4o- t Ivery ALmuEh e 'cited, Theodo'q'
':-iLou |obk erv mucoh excited, Tbeodore,'

said Mrs, Smith, as her husband came in.
* What can have happened to you ?"
Mr. Smith drew a letter out of his pocket
and gave it to his wife.
S T'he wrong will-jhe true one discovered
now, for the first time !"
Nothing else-to speak as the Romans
do,' said Mr. Smith, and we are the pos-
sessors of half a million. You shall have a
new dress to-morrow, dear-a new silk
SNo. give it to Mattie Meanwell. Sudh
a poor poetess must need help more than ,
ao,' said Mary,'laughing.
'We inust find her first, before we can
catch her,' said Mr. Smith.
"] have found her already,' said Mary,
going to her desk. I have been in inti-
mate correspondence with her for some
time. I can't say I think much of her
poetry, but she loves you dearly.'
Loves me 1 confess'i 1rtn ,flattered.
Loves me and you not.jtealous ?'
INot in the least. 11,don't think you
would ever give up .tidir sensible wife for a
poor poetess,' said .Mary.
*No, truly, but 'I wsh my sensible wife
could be -i'poetess, too, just by way ofor-
oament,' said her husband.
'Well, since you admired her so much,
I thbught I would try; here is my humble
effort; see how it will compare with he.'s,'
,ajd Mary,th..lHulW lhim a mt...,-scilit---
'Tis sweet along life's chequered path
To find unsought, some -cherished flbowr,
Within whose-perfumed chalice lies
A balm for many an anxious hour,
Which, while to outward sense it bting
Oblivion fiitall torturing pain,
Sends fresher, life through every pulse,
And makes thehtart'feel young-again.
The world may false and-heartless prove,
'And all our fervent hopes betray,
Aha those who with our fortune smile,
May with otil fortune pass away.
Yet while one eye in kindness beams,
While one true heart is twined with ours,
Our path of life, though chequered still,
Is cheered by the sweet smile of flowers.
i Itmay be that the rose we-loved,
'Long withered and forgotten lies,
And Ill the dreams of early years,
Have proved but. flattering'prophecies;
Yet here and there, along our path,
Some blossom meets our earnest gaze,
In which the eye of faith may'read
The joyous pledge ofb'riglh'ter days..
Tbia is really strange-- ;qnite wonder
at you, Mary,' said her husband.
'You will learn to wonder at nothing,
after a lime,' said Mary.
But you always seemed a matter-of fact
little body.'
S And so I am. But have I earned a silk
dress ?' asked Mary..
'You shall have the prettiest one-in the
city, Mary,' said ,her husband. We are no
longer poor, thank heaven.'
Thank heaven that we have been poor
long enough to puse wealth wisely,' -said
+ e *r .
The possessor of halfa million could not
remain long in obscurity. It was really as-
tottishing how some people seemed to re-
memtbr, all at once, that "they always
thought the Smithks were."entel people, and
naow they knew it.' Mrs. Prim,; and Mrs.
Pry,'and Mrs. H. said so, and even Mr. H.
.-now he knew-Mr. Siiirh was able-to pay
his debts and buy his own tobacco-proffer-
ed 'hum some'ofthe verybest'Cayendish and
-ellqlnite hon d iyJhatihe accepted it. But{-
notwilhsthnding *'chat ,Mrs. Primn aard Mrs.
Pry called, and Mrs; e flaughton sefft an
invitation to her-degaMit party, and people
began to bow who seernmed recovered from a
temporary nb'livion to-a full knowledge of
the real gentility of the Smiths, they 'had
foundlout in their obscurity, that the true
secret of'happiness is iodependerit of 6ot-
ward circumstances.
ADVERt'istNo.-T-- he art of advertising, is
l'hesanle to a Iradesman as the a'rt of dess-
ing'i' to 0beaily. The,,great( secret with
'both is to expose enough to excite curiosity,
and to conceal enough to leave curiosity
uneialtifipd. .
SNothing creasess the business of a town
so much as advertising. People look to the;
advertising columns of papers to see the im-
portance of places where published, and if
they find their columns desiilute of adver-
tis events, they come to the conclusion {hat
the country is ailso destitute of eiusiness, and
not of much importance.:- T'heb, physicians,
Merchants, itotel Keepers, Mechanic:s, e'tc.,
shouldd] advertise, noi0r the especial benefit
of those engaged iln publishing newspaper
buit for the benelh of alL Advertise that the
importance of our to wn may.go abroad, in a
-roper ligh,, and not present the appearance
of being, deprived, of all kinds of business. It,
will cause |lucndreds to visit ihem, and greal'ly
increase ihe importance and business. Yo'u
will lose nothing by the adventure. See
what colossal forlunes'some have acquired
by advertising. ,Dr, Jayne, 1his,t-ear, has
published for gratuitous'distribution, and at
an expense ol more than ose hundred thou-
sand dollars, iwo o" three million copies of
anAlmanac for i6849, containing: advertise-
ments of" his patent medicijfis, and also 'fur-
nishes the dislribuiers of this A'lmanac:, ad-
vertisements ,tp suit their respective busi-
ness. 'Ah, you say he tean afford to do it.-
Why so? Because adveitising has made
him able. and will make aij able who prae-

lice it. Yet we will not expend a fe.w dol-
lars Ior the ionotion of our own interest,
our neighbor and our country.;-Expositor.
WasiHNOTON.-He was not a despot. He
founded (lie potiiical liberty at the saihe
time as the national independence of bis
.country.. He ysed war only as a means nr
peace. Raised ib the supreme power-with.
out ambition, he descenfided from it without
regret, as soon as the safety of his country
oermitted. He is the model for all demo-
cratic chief'. Now you have only to exa-
mine his lile. his soul, his acts, his thoughts.
his words ; you will' not find a single mark
of condescenson, a single moment of indul-
gence, for the lavorite ideas of democracy.
Be constantly struggled-struggled even to
weariness and sadness--Rgaiust its exactidus.
No man wa .ever more profoundly imbued
with the spirit of government or with res-
pect for authority. He never exceeded the
rights of power, according to the laws of
his counicy; but he confirmed and main-
tained lOhm, in principles pSwell as in prac-
tice, asfjirmly, as loftily. as he could have
done in an old mbnarchica| or'airelocralical
stale. Mtte was one of those who knew Lhat
it is no more possible to govern fr6oni below
Sin a republic than in a monarchy-in a de-
mocratif than in an aristocratic iiociety.-
liSwot :,

in favor of the restoration-of the Pope, and
that the members of- the Republican Gov-
ernment had fled."
The Tuscan troops have entered Leg-
The -Siciliats, beaten at all points, have
submitted to Naples.
The war in the Punjaub is considered as
ended. '
In ihe"British Parliament the affairs of
Canada 'wese :inidentally introduced, but '
the Minister was very guardedU lpantlte sob-
The breach between Louis Napolehn'ah
his cousiu has widened into quite a serious
By Telegraph to the Charleston "ierediiH.
Vimurther by the Canada.
NEW YORK, May i7.
Anneede'ybu will find additional items of
intelligence eceived by the Canada.
From illan we learn~ihat:Baron Brunk,
the Austrian ambassador, having modified
the condipWa. first proposed to Sardinia,
and which`:;r"'abjected to, they have been
acceded to by the'tlttdr'pbwer, and hostili-.
tie* have terminated.
At Berlin the second Chambidr has been
dissolved by the RKing, in consequence of
hawiqgjpatrSed a resolution declaring it inex-
pedientOi ll impolitic to hold Berlin longer
in a slate of siege. In consequence of this
arbitrary'exe'rcise of the royal prerogative,
an oulorea'kot t'he people tdokPlace, but it
was pr6otiilly suppressed by the troops,
though'bnot'witidhut b1odndsbdtl.
From 'oniome w learn that 'the Frdnch
troops have entered the city, the people
making not the slightest resistance, but that
the Pope will not be permitted to 'return to
Rome, unless he grants a general amnesty
for all past political offences, and consents
to'a itium'ber oT imp6ota3t 'refdtrnis in the
Gdveriinent. .
There had been a severe frost in, the
South of France,; which did great iujury to
the mulberry trees, and in consequence
there has been an advance of 2s per poiand
inohe price of raw silk. -
W1illner a'nBl Smiils' Times staIres I'hal
the reportedd .quarrel 0b.etwideen" :Louis Napo-
leon and 4 'is d6isihn s:a 'she'r fabrication,
and without the slightest fhundarion in fact.
It is st;led that live Austrian troops have
entered Tuscany, and are marching oh Lieg-
The accouons from Manchester represent
the'condition of trade to be very much de-
pressed. A very large meeting had been
held in London for the purpose of organi-
zing a Natsional League for the protecion
of Homs Industry. It is believed to be the
purpose oTf 'e originators 'of 'itis meautre
to sustain the House of Lords in their anti-
cipa-T~reJrc6W-WU-rl e-j^'^a Tet peaIing the
English Navigation Laws. Should t'ys
measure be rejected by the House ef-Lords,
the other Ministerial meafires will be with-
drawn, and the [lijiistry will resign.
The circular of :Bariong Brothers slates
that money is easy and abundant, yet there
is quite a disinclination for permanent in'-
vestments. Anmerican Stocks aci'esodheivhat
affected by this indifference. United States
Sixes are quoted aR6" premium.
By Telegraph for the Charleston Courier.
NEw YORK, May 18, 5 p. m.
did steamboat Empire, running between
New York and AlIbany, was iun into by a
schooner of Thursday night last, near New-
burgh,'and gunk instantliy. She had about
three; hundred aslsengeis on board, al of
whom, our coi'responden't saysit, wiith tiie ex-
ception of twelve; were sved, No further
particulars are given, bul'it candwellie con-
ceived that- in the conf'uSiol tbat must have
resulted from the accident, the loss of life
could not be.w ell ascertain'ed, and may be
more or yes' Illan 'i}, stated. It would be
lifficult t6 ascertaiu, among sch a ,nass of
human beings, who,: or. bow:'mhany were
Bsaved 'or drowned. ;... .
nTiwr YOIRK MIARKETS.CoilOn 'was firm
at the prices prevailing previous to+ theie-
ception 6flthe sltiamer accounts. A.shade
advah'e hat( bijie sbtabnWed bei'orb ihie-rcep:
'tion Of th' leverss, and small sales were
made at an eighth better prices. The let-
ters,.as"has been before state, were rather

more, uWfavorable thsn the telegraphic ad-
vices. Fifteen hdffndred.balts changed hanlids
'%tl7hle to wrse o' ihe- ay. y,:' '
iorn had advanced two cedfiis per bushel
on the stirngth of the foreign news. Sales
of'mixed br;inds ofOrieans Flout" wee made
at 41 to 41. :iOne' hundred casks Rice sold
at 3 to 31, the latter price for prime. Pork
was dull at 81 to 10J. One hundred hhds.
fair Orleans fSngav Were disp'o6sed of at 4j.
Exchange was dull, at nominal quota-
tions. Treisury- Notes quotedat 1101.--
New LoaR4-i.1t.^-.-; i ; :

latest accounts froul Liverpool by tbe Cam
bria stale that sales of seven thousand bales
Cotton were made on the 51h, chiefly Amler-
ican descriptions and that the prices were
fully up to thie rates quoted the previousI
d ay + < ,+ "r **'' r: "* '.;
The- transactions in Bread Stuffs were
extremely limited, ... .
: ; .- ./^ .: s +* :. .; + : : '. : ^ Ji
Correspondent informss us thit a dispatch

that city was destroyed by fire on Thursday and the- investigation entered into by MBe
night last. Five Banking houses and every deparnmlM n
Insurance office were a prey to the devour- ;' rI-. he Bosl|.i r. ,
ing flames. All the stores fronting on the Id' I .d lHuplt 3'f
river were destroyed, and twenty-seven Q'uite 'an l p.BMiio to oink trio
steamboats, lying at the wharves, were in- tffui i4 in Cbarlestow,. h^relallon to Nh
stlea osyg the'e whar ves. ei.n escape of one of the convicts from the Siate
evolved in the general destruction. This is Prison @n Monday Iast. Not long s81 ,
one of the most devastating fires that it has a man by the name of something, alias Phil-
been'our province'to record for many years, lips, wl .bad commiued mnI dy rolairihW
;if the .ccou. are not exaggerated. We in the neighLorhood, was senteicied -0 1-inse.-
i th ac. coun a. re" "nt xagg W years' apprenticeship at stone baminwri.
fervently'hope that the details "my shew This be undotbiedly thought soenihinga f
that the first reports of the conflagration are a hardship, and contived ib llpapatescape
Incorrect, by prevailing up6n the Warided, ltbe story
........ ... .........gbli'oes. believed 'that hf--u utolbm.
bholera it the'West w.hwrlferge qsrnfliltW' rof rsW"lhWold
The'Chblera at'Cincinnati is increasing wete e'hiden, :Unit exaCtly :in thi;cjf)llojtf
daily at a'fe`rfNl rate. FIrstr't:thi eeieiralb be .wrth,.rmt some four:ox.yipj .qL er.
,. : *'.. its surface somewhere in tnevic1iy, f4e1
reported twenty-tour cases iu one day, then Bedfo4rd. L W 9,prdgyi,, by, r'Ti
Y ., .. .. y .. oe... .. .Ai o d -.g+,. by j ig" ,,, .. .. ..
thirty-t!re, andoh saturday ,at noon, they the State 'up'risSrs oflhe institution, who-
had risen to fifty;, ',ith five e'aths (he pre- undoubtedly p'icipaten common ,iihthe
cunommul~Cl p)tnat C Idge in es lfmm ia .qe~b"
vious iwenty.fobur hours, making in all ,communy at lrir i. ..
.... I .... F L ... ...theoWarden doffed-the Statertispin afifm
twenty bdd dnearhs in a I W'e U a'. he- of: tls coica,.tp.erea. 'ica.t M eoo
members. of the boari *of health %redivi- morning, b eab, laid (hereln a"spad4ovel-
ded, :however,, as-to 'Whiethier it was' real pickaxe and a hoe, dud in'cdmp9_n.'j-I*'Aft N
cholera, ahld`bi" '" Cu"ent op"tini was w l chat City Marshal of Ihe Of .Br'
P ,/ .. and the c6iivict nIforesallada& ltROU e
'nearly half oft te cases were: common diarr- ,, Colny. .tfee rpl.
heea.. There had beep upwals of rity Steam ais "to3bi1pu11i r 11dl1o 1lc-
Ldeathisby cholera in the week ainda h'balf. celebrate iteir mdvoi"et to i.b'h We.e
TOhe Cincinnati Comtnercial says: 'they would be; and not.inim :hr.I:ra"ie
1 Some have '.heeh. struck dow, at very before their fahhful g"6ie ini ifiir
short notice, but, as far as we know, the 'pproximalon to ilia pl*ce :',lri., I
hallti "-is ordered; Ihe implOW!"i!Id it" .
sudden deaths occurred in persqns whoe
were.+'ailhg before, or'had expose6U thenm-_ againstt t.her eBrlt carul. -,.kqp -...
S-,t lie carslo a p)jece of woods not aTr Irom' he
selves." d lepolt, wliere iliey aliahled, airW diggl-qnl
T he 'C in-crinnati E nquirer, fw hi'b ".Tu <{ ge fil, r,'t!l'.i f r S -' "nI "',r
Brough was formerly editor, 'in anoudncug. 6 1b l , ie'li ge, l ;li l"ti,'sl iri ,,wv' fotr'.is,
his death onthe 10ith, .ays'.: antid Ihen e'xavatie loe ;'l right iufe, in
ft" ieea df the nprevaling disease yes- ."..e .. .llo^ .lit'NY ,- 4%,^d ili
rerday, atS o'clock, P. 1q..s0e!r a shorlillt- e''. ;lf.hr .61-cl6- _'- .yC kr-'. .1 1.
ness 60sevenlfours. Sihcenhestreturn rom sthh' ih~ e hh hilre, e'rai to "he Mar.
Mexilc he h-ad been more or leis subject to ...., .
ithediarrhtra, which has proved 'fatal to so ... .sure, lend rojoked an erclcld e, as be '
ibffidTignit wy a lk roci Mue~ s nach P~tsueantl a littltV'Phore dif ~ine '0oi
-ma nof the brave men whoperiledtheir ,,.l T $? ... ..I ores 9f nq J-l
lives in that inhospitable clime." 'K5p" Wocul c^ i- e trfe,..i ora',, "na
+ + .. .. I ielOSsl-n kItc d e Msarsnl iavoraoiy ang
The Louisville ournial says, ;bereaaily ayCnled o (he i0olm'silin. di-
After diligent enquiry yesterday, 'We scel(led ihe ''rldefr. eniertd Iidiid fp eulnius
oould hear, of but one death, of cholera. 't'he si'le-'way passing c,'aVafed '6' his dis-
Some five new cases have core to outr infereleil ft'llow-lh'iorer, 'andi c6ommrt a
knowledge, .but they are' indeed all very remohaving c-arefully the earth supposed .to'bd
slight. Cholera- does not exist h,-r in an in tie immetliale vicinity of thetreasure.-
epiderlfivfal formn. There iare many cases of Anr are nowV u pou ipToe. 'he Wiidefn,
diarrhea he'e. beniding o'vepr he small tMell to be in redi-.
There, are few cases of cholera at New ness.to receive the money" as tlre-Masha
Albany. The Lexington Observer reports passes it up, is at this crii'c;il mJi'sent. ut
a fatalcase of cholera at Versailles,,and :une ceremoniously slhuvell into the hole onqu
atrGeorgetown. In both:'instances the per- top ol the M.arshal by t'ha colivi<:t, who in-
'soiis:had justarrived Ihere from"!t!e soiitfi." ai-n-!ld ilr,vs up ihe lltirtpr. and al ali on.i'
: he IMaysville Eale say : c:omeq rn ihe concrusiio, lhlil lits wu',.nt.'
"' e.e 'record s8 deal's in fhiscity;ind onnul ihilere.i lies in digging itn an,, ler,-
'heighborhod frio.m cholera, since our Sat. re'i"n. He consPquPnily look Frrqi"
urdayVs phper. Some ten or twelve 'addi- leave, wilhotnt slopping. undluubledly. to Ire .,
tional cases haVe'ccurred in thesamie tim+,:, li"Jnd the injured larlies uf lite 6kfIlabl'tWf
nearly all of which have yielded 't6 propel; the I1,x tnd the goat. Aiinth?'r 'versiii ,f
medical treitmeft.'," i'the stoI ia, :hialtt ihe MhtAhal hail plrville,1
Sr:_ .... ''. .. :'' .., a laree Iae 'ior rfeceptio-dn of ihe eoili. anlld Ib
T he Cicinu lati Enquirer says.;t 9 r iN .,'rinr. \T ei..' .fi,,vl ll ** *lnv 'l .' I-
... +' + .- i .,. ai SllignlolrTi.i no iroveinen Iii c n i :) Ku "-
SWe understand from a Pn&lemani who ceedel in b.ing the rM- bui i
left Maysvirle day before yesterday, ihat up the n:nure ol ihe vnce bf'e u.
to that Jilme here had been ;rairl wenly s o "u ll lard deaths th'ee from Cholera, and the disease The Bosnnt, Posl iui.i accolun of tthl
was on the increase." affair, .ays.h. ;.Iloiii sizxienj rs ap.((
i The .YaooeCity (u-,,. j Ter^-.," -1 WEV. 1^i9ig ySnt. twI-t rf-Lfk;--
April 25, says : 8100.0011, by ihree r6bber's.:lf whirvltl $66,.,
"During the posi week, nine persons dliedl 000 wts recovered bt 'i` styrene r' t(ui (lt
n his ciy from his disese."'lie rbhers ; Im 'llle mrr^naining '3".0f)9o wl;
Sthis city from this diens." never founl.- I spenlms ihmH PiIIjll g;,ic
The Cholera has entirely disappeared o,,i tigit -aong ile ,59.5000 whic-h he htl
from Memphis. r buried was ihe, S34.000 of the WVhieelAhi
B,,nk .inny. Th'lie Pre-,iden( was wrihteh
By telegraph for the Bdli.more American. to, nni-d- be -riliwitlh rainPe to tit qijy-, hal)
Importiut from Canada. an +' q interview' wilh Phililps. which cpnviur.A
SMoNTREAaL, May -5. him lhat he was i'he tliri rtnhLeror oi lhcha"ki
An exkciti'ig 'debate caire off in'dhe As- badd lhal the bl-i'nceo'fhe siolpn money was
sembly .yesierday, on the question of' he ,, ""y hil 1i Biarnts''e. T lihe Insluecloati'
S. U- II l It-... ,,. IP Il isn iI were IIlIP cnonsll te l,,;inrl Ip)'TOrhi
address ton the! rebellion tosses. Colon. l, i., ,e .... "ieo ih e -a."ra
.ion ?h,,mianed thal Phillips nig.h bera4wd*;lA
Gregg said in th'e heat of discussion that io gn io B:arnsiable and point out lih .iac-1
if the Queen gave her assent ('o the bill where ilie $50,'000 was Ihid." This.s rthe x-
e d i l n n h i t h r e s u e d s a b o v a S l a l0 d
it would absolve' every British in ha I'ediinn which r"suld as abve s .
of the colonies from his oath of allegi- Th se Use ofinto'xtcatiug D4 ilk. '"
abuceC.ii, "T'e1 Solicitor General, Blake. Uv PR.:-ip&yrs EftR-Irr ',.."-
,, .:, .. Ie6 esoelve. as is %erpe to .,icipa'tC'-tnA
ealledia 'the-Speaker of the House lo mark ."p.. .of their nature liy cannn
the words of the Tory ienbers. He iih Tiip ,o" el sicki and da.i4.J'l-l:-. Gptc i
"ded there wer'e btri'i, who might be'obliged wormli is-i(+'proaI'CijrUl ,lgis "
to answer lo their names in the criminal "' ,ivm ..lT. They w.sfen.
-" -* *, .. . ilust, fberi,'e Ihpll'' hohr'(-oie3,'-:-' .fn6W4 n'i a-
doocketetorhavnlg. By telegraph, inquired ow : ..,,,,,y n.. .l ..l ..n. J t .s ^
many Ihousfind men could be broneh! fion called rr lpartli 'tIWlill ..q,nuld call it a '
Upper Canada. The Tory loyahi'ts, h'e d,,1>,re 'Ipdi'i.i', y, ,ici i'h ,)df a. ,, yilp
said, ini thir policy were tyrannical while in \fnell. ;bjove.- i~llt grave R MMs of di.PiCspd(,
--.,' a- il.ailors arid rebell when 6"g" de'iying, acitng clay. .'hey will not ont
_..B. ,,, ,: .,. ,, : ... 'omil suicide, bui doi it in such a Wlt!a.w .
Btreirao be-ohe witnl'sses and cousrio9_s victims *n"
.t, ', .. _. :. ., nt l c'ru i-I p ro' c ess i'o ef B i m u rder ; q ilren b in k '*
Cbrresponoence of the Boston Traveler b li nC~on
the smaht, bellhmblrlgthe brain, laymng~down
WASn o'roToN, May 11, 1849. ^ .^ ofmi' ,1ry lolcut luFfnd cblan
There is, according to what., bear. no ing a fair',.robust fr'ame,/rt a atri suT-
doubt of the fact of Major Sc6tl's 'defalia- ferine, living cerpse, willh netlb o.vdial ty
"tsoo, and. the amount is sate~d 't oe upwards but tlhe pdw'er oT suffedng.apd! ,.,ithievry
of$50,006. He has h'el'u the office Ibr the thing of death b'ut jit peace. _;. ... ....
last fduneen years, arid occupied a high Then follows hbe wrecki of Twperly--th
position in the Demncrair parly in this great ohjeci of human pursuit -the lempuorrl -
city. Speculations have done Ihe business ruin whicli cmSiw~elq n^Rffeirgig aate|;
for him, by oneof which, ftle Uniled States to waste tide subaticefTthel lfemipier
Hotel here, of which he was the principal which crosses ie thre~h~lleliirtBl~ ql
proprietor, he has lost largely, say $15.000. as it were o.jasLaue. hi" with all tlo'e irrors
He was ex o.cwo'N~ivy" Pension Agenl yfr of ' ruinoMfPlijne anod blasild prbabeclsl

this Districtr, and his defalcation eoneede and pnsses.,befare 'their nsi.ndtbed,4i a
for bomb tiome by a system of balancing his the dread arrm of affairs pejP 4EbdMdeb
accounts separately, drawing foil ith lie n- ccunminulated, substance squandereu,'hon-
sion fund to square his navy accunis, and or tainted, wife and. bldraq so v.ie rersa. But a iettllebent of both be- the world-and he,'wc. sould have 4ee
ing required by the new Admlnistratioi, their guardian'al'd p.te,(Tr, depend I^o
disclosed the facls, ahd hence his resigna- his unearned daily breadiQl"' ,;t .
tion. His successor has not yet been ap- he is a turden',aod .a r,qcu ,'i pf
pointed, owing to the absence of the Secre- consequences ofeiill m'oret.uIo ,'
Mary or the Navy, who has been detained at first exaispderates mel asions,U t-hi.ht ke
boine longer than expected By the illness of. off from ihem lhe restrain of des aW
his mother-.: The prorriinebit applicants are 'will,;', madden-s anid thu ten..' ucihJ
Gen. Roger C. Weightman and Hoi e. ravng forbl0 tramples,
C.. Washington.(a Connexion of th .'Faather and mbral'man under Ie" i0 ost il
Of his coutry.' u f this Dislricl, and Robert clay ;. la..tbeuaed'nga: if,
Bow1b of Maryland, i brother in-law- ,pf, fectiri6 ad t e d.I e na;In |in sme
Reverdy Johnson. We think it lies be- grave with rpsple'rAt} andDhIha'"lH nwi
tween the two fore nailed. Speaking of 'killed the body,i- i,'l:.._ 1 ""
delalcations, I am reminded thai 1 hove '. ,,, '
learned from unquestionable adurit#' or in WASHINGTOiPI UM'OaM'.'--.I.i^tlfw
invesliga~ion now going .on in _h*.g r De- teatioti of (ftiaobrd driiftgM M~ as
partment, involving a hjigh officer.of that far as practiamble a pesCirbitrl f4le
Department in heavy fraud -upon -the Gov- o'granite of each StalOW .6J1hie wtram ; -
ernment, by obtaining Lauld VWarranis and and lhe -s whicihitti
extra pay for heirs of deceased soldiers- comes engraved apan it,.,iSbllel Jl1Pr8P d
which heirs do not exist. The system h:a be disposed q mi flli*yi must hi
been carried on in collusion with-some of the Tolld0i7; i vq.Y,. I 0FCfeet
agent in New Orleais(-anP ihou6tisands of long. two fbe& igb; 1a2 'onis 'otooa10jj
dollars are charged to have been lrrd by inches lag4; with a front bevpytf gW rte,
this nefarious scheme. The ranb*of *the of an inc lb-o b,," T iM. jr
officer has not transpired, batthere is o0 ioi&,Ft*lpproela. itltti^ .. ..h-
dibt bat the charges have been prepared, Wl44ngton Whig. -..


further improvement in Indian Corn, t*od
sales were made at 31"a 32s. per cwt. Reef
was in better request, apdpirjces were steady.
Pork, both Westerin and Eastern, loiier.
Rosin 3s., the importation large.
At the London Corn Exchange business
wasve'y inactive. Floating cargoes found
buyers at 3.20 :a 3S0 per quarter, and good
brands of Flour were 'offered at 24s., with-
out finding purchasers. ,\
The Havre Cotton market was much de-
pfiesbed in consequence of the intelligence
hy the Niagara that large shipments had
been made to that port, and prices have de-
Tie Atoney Market. .

The London Money Market continiies
firm, and Securities have an advancing en-.
,dency. Consols for mobe'ey ald account
opened on Friday at 92apa'd closedd firmeAt
92J. The sock 6f bullibn iri :the Bmankof
E'gi'land was diminishede. The amount'of
gold shipped t'o America exclusive of XS5.,-
000 by the 'Canada, is 411,90'0.- The ad-
vicesifrom New York received by the Nia-
gara ended tialerially ro check the Oispoai-
tien to eXport ipetie. "-
. There is.an improved de'miand in th'e Ln-.
don market for Amnerican securities, 1pari-
cularly for Pennsylvania slate St6cks, whih
are quoted at 77 a 79, ahd this is the oQly
stock.of which quotations are give ,i:
The London papers state thai ihe.exhibit:
-of the Bank of Frant:esh'ows ah increase of
specie amounting to six million francs-
French 3per cents are quoted at 58, er
cents 89 a 9'0, being an advance upon I
qu6tations of the precedintg day.. ;:r
The trade -of France is rapidly increasii g.
The imports during the month of Mar Ii
were more than d6hble id anrunt those of
the same month last year, and the increase
in the exports is equally apparent.
S Political.
Official tii6ces hasibeeh received at Paris
of the intervention of Russia in the difficult.
ties between Austria and Hungary. Russia
is understood to have placed a large force'at
the disposal of Austria, amountiihg it is said,
to one hundred and fifty thousand riiedo.
-The Hungarians have every where beeu
victorious over the Austrians, and hawve
nearly anonihilated their army. Thegreatbst
alarm prevails at Vienna. -.',.-..
-The King of Prussia has definitively fe-
fuqsed to accept the Imperial Crown of Ger-
many, which had occasioned aslight OGt-
breakat Frankfort. -
... ihereiis, no prospect of peace beiwoin
Denmark and Prussia. :+.- T
- More troops have left Touloo for Rome;
and it is reported that Mlarshal Oudinot:had,
reached Rome, and that the people bad rises

from Si. LouisW anuouuces that on6 halutf

lie ,...-';^;

Dissolution. .
T'HE Copartnership heretofore existing Under
Sthe firm of J. C. ALLEN & Co. is this day
diq]jved by mutual consent.
'. 'L C." ALLEN,
Apalachicala, April 25, 1849.
..J. T. GRIFFIN is my auihorised agenftduring
my absence frotn the State.
April 25,1549. J. C. ALLEN.

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GF.ORG[A and Lowell Oanaburgs, alwaD oB
"'"hand, at the lowest rate b V "

"- :Dyseutary Ctvidj.
"FD. WOODRUFF'S tihbaordi.ijs-'
ieceived and for sale by "
D. c .

forNrwi York NewW Jersey.
lo + rpHE vubscriber.being appointed by the above.
,pol, lo,,!dig,- L -Company theif agent -for this cily, is now
S : prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks. -
...: : -, May I,1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL.
a s.i~. CI T "V;l

The Protection Insnrance Co. ot

Sarah-Brown; 'Welch, 848 tons,
loadiug-W G Porter &, Co.
'Cres, Oollins. 290 tons, for Liver
SBEllison &Co.

5f1 SAOLS'prime green, new crop, just re-
5J0 received, and f6r sale by'
S'Jan 11. C-A GREEN & Co.




Ms .. .. Y 11
AY'S in ir lb}
May a7 ,- IglW^.

L~r I ---

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New York and SavannahJlt iT 6
-..... of Steemers--Weeldy, .:_ '"
The new and 3u-
perior. Steam-Shipu
Capt.'JoHN CozLiNs, and CHEROKEE, Capt.
TIIos. LoNv, will, ikntil further nticee'le, vsW
Savannahi and New York. erey .WEDzN4wiA,.
commencing with the 28tb Mardh;
These swift: Steamers are. each of 1,210 19M
burthen, built in tire strongest and most approved
manner, and:are unequalled in all the needfl:
qualities to give confidence as well as dispatch to
travellers. They have all the acconmodatietvi
-for passengers and freight requisite,'to entitle
them to public patronage. ', '
- The Central Rail-Road will dispatch an extra
tritn from Macon Tuesday evening, lo cqncept
Wtb .these steamers on Wednesday, andlfrom
Savannah on their arrival ifneedful : .
Passage $25-payable in advance; for thick,'
or freight, apply-to ,' ;
PADELFORD & FAY, Savanmah, *:
;:o. 1t4 Front-st., New Xdkk'
March 21, 1849. r. p1:ly,


For Liver:pool. "i
THE substantial Br. bark DAU'T-.
,h 'LESS, Johnsow, maslerhlavinirlhkegrtci-
-IONter part nf her cargo engaged will haQi0
dispatcn (or Ithe above port. For n't-llhtl of tt
remainder of her cargo, apply to' '.". ".'. "
May 3 J. DA- V .
oPr New Voirlk, '1- .
cE -Ti-,.rtne fast sa3LIhng.l) , RAH 1ffOWN, Wele.h, tier, -i j il'f
f fa-lor the- above port ab.ut'Jne.llet,. For
,passage only, having fine acconKmodatkons, apply
to. : \VM. G. PORTER--&.Co.
May 26. 4A .i Wdterti',-
For New York. : .
THE schbp-:POCAIJON'"'A., Hhrns,
, mgraster, for frci,_ht ]0),) bal acrollIuagr
a~^^a passage, apply -to .the Captain, r 'o. I '.
..... NOURSE), *1ON E & c o .
May 26. 1 46 Water str

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Thompsonu's Coimpouhdiits~
Tar and Wood-Napt*nli r:
-OR the cure of consutptivt, c rtoii--bron-
' chitis, asthma, whoopil# hupi pH tatrion
of the heart, liver complaintsi't"ohldBiifi of
the kidneys, for s6le by J
-Mray n---- _-- -_----j-f-^HFF fff


Seeds I fedId "" p
STUST-received .per brig Heralj an bworfkent
J uof Garden Sedo, for s o-ba y "
May 17 "-' '.- i J I GRIFFIN.

& -d .I A

0n K -S new leaf, tor sale by
,., 1 C A GREEN & Co.
: iRo Ciuffo! ,

i **1^~ri'

SJeetswem was' proud field, and the
q I, 1 twhiclh the temple now stands,
lM t,,,iaitidlace of twp broiJer, one
' bhh-wa married and had saeverlclhil-
%=t, ,he"other lived a bachblor.. They
ilivated in command the field wbicb had
,W O anOo them id"ight or their mother.
rt tim* the two brothers bound ap
iA*Vares, aod made of them two equal
aiim9,wbleh tiey left upon the field. Dor-
l dl,bo nie '~ good thought presented ti-
NV 't.'to'." kepunger. 1" My brother." '0d
Z U'toweOf, ," has a, wife and children to
'A ,'it '1t not jus Lhat our sheis
'"dmld be: equal; let me theb take ftsew
a : tt.frota my stack, abd "eireitty add
m to his; he will not perceive it, and
itlitarfbre ;6ea4a r 'rei rA., Thia pro-
eli~0 younga U8a1'idimmeaitie executed.
SM! aight the"Ide'r awoke, ad *aid` tihbis
f if" my brotberl's obg, and lives aloBe
*itot.a.'okn rolo'u t!o-aaTKl him in ,bis
NbOM'atl oon'ile btf imoder his fatigue.,
a t' fi
E.t Ii'aotjOa( that we shbu'19 take from te
IO f tl' ta marny ;'hevae's an. b does ; let as
gplp.o.d secregtl go 'hd cirry- a certain
mrber of bheaIves to iia t:a4k"he' will
AIt"od it'okt 't4-imdrho,; i t iWd therefore
cx0oot refree thei ;" nd I they diA so ac-
cordiogly. Th net ,'8y both brothers
Anfii hiti4rh fielt'a', e'6ch ,waamuch4iu'r-
pi4q':&4UMd the twOtB'icks alike ; mfher
iW e;m^a in ,hin bwnh ghnU ,t acotmnt or
"ta'rdiao w -*-Tley puri'bedl the same
O+ ie (o~ r se*erl sUccessive nights ; butl
M : aek .carried& to hni* fbther'8 Black ihe
: 'in' number of salte.veb .t(he stacks sfi!t
remained equal, till oje nigHt they both de-
termed to, stand spaniinel tb elucidlate tlie
myslery; when they moei. each bearingZthe
'eheav* detrained for lisirhnilir's sti 'e. '
Nowv the sIpot where so eineai, a thiug t
'nt once oiccurredl to, nl wa's so, persevr-
"inhly ele',ll upon b'y. ihw? tin, must 'he a
pive 1'agree0lle to Gli and men blessed l;
".ind ,ed eIt ,wheromu th build a house t(
his name., .. ,. ..
:.ttwt hannmnd is tiltfsiriiiiton.l How it
ihrqalhfi the unaffcted be nevolence of pat-
: 6archal morals? Uoi' simple, primeval
'anl natjirll is the inslpiratioo leading men
Itd" rd et n Ood A kWlt on whiN'vir.
e' haf iertl'HatIedi on earth! I have hritil
among the Arabs a hundred legemls of the
r- 'arme'dseciiliion. Thie airr f ihe Bible i6
"lrfathbd "*H' over' the East.-Lamnartine's
_Pilgridrage to ihe Holy Land.
<^ xp.EN#sit.Av NAMB.-MIr. Priuife, a re-
!pilCtable citlizeu 'or UBoton, .was recently
j<,Urneying 9'a. c;i, coiieont. of E1rope.
ipefoi, visiting G ertnany, he I rovidled 'ht n.
t,,elr: wilh a ppissl rlt. in whici his native antl
.o)lsaCe.of residence were duly illslctihvd,
Jbuiiels Prince, ol Bton ;--and set out 'in
jt '-ptl;ldiln ',unretendiing stylHe, in company
,s.ilh'ainthpe'r mhrican qentlernan; At the
.fir.lt iniwn tvwba e the travellers sioplpe,!, they
were recevt-6 i la aSltiely form. by a guard
'.of. h rnoir anil 'a gr.0nil salute. for which they
w were .presesiitel witih i biil of a hundred
a ,fl 'were received in, Ih 8.;'s:the iS'yle of costly
1 infKinii,.ee. 'C The to Ameri'canhi*.linlig
!that. at iii rt, fihe r cash wb l be rX-,
"hl,,,,teil befiKrBe tley Bt,,iI +,;inveI at itie ,':n.
".o_ 'Ir, orf t'lie fi..'cl r"cle, 'inquired of'tlhe'hst
"i.rvaj- jetije c8ltt Co 1 s0"throi,_h
Io Uenue n .. wu, Hwi,-n-,t Si" r.,t o.le,'-
,'jitjn aidl expeense. He inl'ormpd (hein
- t4t 11th1ey cnidn, if lihev i)lOe.led. travel an-,
ccug.; bul ihei'. s:iIl WO, 1hnwing nob.-ehii-
.u stly I"-iVI-r. Princ e, r 'e, ,neresiMiry
for hisi highneiss ,o takeb 'its title, but of the
la l1mr N. Th. n .once exliinied ithe bw+tole
aI"luer li'nel I \ -Pritnce h'vin g'catused (lhe
prulpr edirretols tn He Iad, en hrug.
Nlie rem 'inietjr of his- lo ,ir wiilho it 8el n'g.
*Mi 'yedwitib nrv fairthz1er jegil hontrs.

ANcv6'4. nio OL i'5 URTMO)UTn.--I[I th'e'
S e.h.a i1 which Dainiel Wel,sler wis a'i61eill
Mettihi rewhs 'n iniividiuiiHl iontec for his
^fgt~r. Oh o~iy f'f [rofe7'so'(r of lngic
Wtlio, hy liae way. w.,s ih,. iist 'ice tirl (dis
Crmttnualog t VuD tA in sltlinliale ia;it ;l Ihilng rem:iin-
ibe Bh,%.it wiih igni. a 'finhsiNbh in'
ixt i
*w,',me ttpr tp.'' ". .'
Oatr w,,'r, .who. 5hl|t we- n exercisn'! ,ie
-Ynnkee art of w~hitin., 'a( hrngh held iup
I. Itij)k- in' inqi.iritg : .' '"
upp,,,ing I shouhiisc itie o)lme ,)ieiof y
nife. antd 'hfiutl,! i. hptni 'ih'. e 6i^ ne a~le *aud
k n1ried io "i, pl'd e, ;voi'il'it i be ih8aine
- + 'knife if.'was b /'fre 7 . *'
STr. (It.Ke.' repliedre proferstr.,
WrllI tnZ the' wtag cohitinuuie. 'sup-
: pwo I lho'hltleien "o~s th'e htanflle, an;d 'ft
.-'ailther, wonii. tl.; t be itiz exine knife siill '
*- 0f counre.' Ihe Iprl'eisnr ngain replied..
:, "'fBt if SqBI.'ebudly sp6old 'lind tihe ojd
) Sbladeo and Ihe ld. [tensile. a.td ,ahoul~d p'Ui
S lm Ipgeher,'what knife would that be?.']
We felevnr learned ihe professor's reple. L
S-^ *<*- ** *
'' WBrrB1t. Eoq)Ksc#--The fo/lowipg
| II gie'n1 at pecimnen (if Western eloquence
ari. "sad 1#itlrderncx, ,We suppnsa llhe cp-
.11 ,i .luding'troh" 6'f the remarks we-re the
oa t ,WT :t, I.e 'd. I '
+ tJufltf.fl thecounsel focr Ih'e defend;
.tnt, .'t+.our line. [ know, is precious, a
"muie be the case witntro ,ble and valued a

'Smember of Bocietl. Tte, i c.,e a 1perfeectl
clear, ad ,I now your feared .ndluei
_'ipelfitc,-e d- pierced through i at the
S rat glance. .,For nme to aigue it, "puldl bq
'not only a waste 'OF, time, but an insult to
'Your penetration.' WM.h might be 10d, but
po tihinc'igijM 4d. Before any oihfeti dgv
voOld i'd)iFWtt the rules of ife aW, but
knw I aew they .have been, duly studiedf,
Swiejy understood. I look around mine,
:, j.behod an humble bouse of togs. yet
r wJefqre me.the spirit of Iruth, the unpur.
Distributor of law, and the old tene-
e .: riae, beore my mentalt vision ;proud
I- ":- be apatifu ra" jesiip temple to justice.
S. Ai. t f-ie ave ia bolt.otf, old prime Mouon-
GIseil, in nqye, tlodOitt fcdie respect I
'bar youreharacter, al;torvi t6 make you
i" h preaeot of it." ..
\;k Veadict for the defenidan'!"-ad the

stt L.i-Therem r isa apr
|r "piej, .tiimptpj tof Mr. Jsepfi Brigg,
o0" F.eeri'Jl8ll 1 .it' ito'w' of,Jedbam,
4' Iy'the Bornoo Traveller) supposed d to be
about ooe hundred years old, which mea-
Wf .bivtireen feet and a hall in 1icirumfer-
o, 0ee 04 fool, tronrthe ground. ,Ii bjra-
Ucldiabikr aa area of about sixty feet in d-
-fmet." 'Phio tree ia second only to that in
S : uxbuoM, -bitrha ixzieBi feet in diameter a
*: fl~lt iaboe tbe'al~'rface or the g'tou.d, s pyei"
*. -- .+.

PRosPEC1 t.s

The undersigned wail, on the 13th day of June
next, begin the publication in the City of Wash-
ington of a daily WhigAdpinistration paper, to
be called THE REPeUxIC, ;h;#e editorial supervi-
sion and management of which' will be com-
mitted to the exclusive care of- ALXANDER C.
BULLITT atnd JOHN 0. SAR'r.T.,
THi REPUBLC will give to the 'principles up-
on which the administration of Gen. Taylor came
into power a cordial, zealous, and constant sup-
port. It will be a faithful record of the times;
it will discuss public measures in an impartial
and.independent.spirit; it will be a vehicle of
the latest and most.authpntic information; it will
be,hin a word, a, political' ,newspaper, devoted to
the liberalizing .and progressive., doctrines which
prevailed in the late Presidential car:vasa; to the
interests.Of labor,'.as developed in .the wants of
agriculture, commerce, and manufacturer, and to
the cause of literature, science, and general in-
.telligence. : .. ... .
THE REPUBLIC Will acknowledge no alle-
giance except to the country. Itwtill be the -or-
gan of no person, or party, qr faction of a, party,
in that compulsory sense which would, hinder it
from speaking boldly and candidly to the People
about whatever it concerns them to know.,,
THE REPUBLIC will be printedupon a double-
royal sheet, in a new, large, clear, readable lype.
SBesides the Daily paper, there will be pub-
,lished a Tri-weekly and Weekly Republic, made-
up-of theimost interestitig and important matter
of the Daily issue. ., L :
,, + ... TERM S. +.+ : .* "
]For the Daily Republic...........iO10
For the Tri-Weekly..... ....... :,; 6 *
For the Weekly ................... 2 *
To POsTMASTERS.-Any Postmaster who wil'-
transmit us $10 shall'have SIX copies of the
Weekly Rnepublic sent to such persons as he may
direct; and $15 will entille a Postmaster to
TiRtE'copies of the Tri-weehly paper..
No paper, will be sent unless the order Isac-
companmed by the money. .,
All cmorn munications upon business must be ad-;
dressed to GIDEON '& Co.
Washington CGity, April14, 1S49.

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one hundred years old, and bore in obe ye'ar
'froit which made ten barrels of eider, in ad-,
dilido to thirty barrels of apples put into the
The Boston Post has tbb fulilowing stanzas
on Hon. John Wontworth, Ibthe tallest man
in Congress. It's rich, decidedly:-
+ +WwerTwoKik.
A mebCer who rkAts his arguments down "
Like shower of shells in a populous town.;
And to wonder they fall with such fearful mo-
When you think of the distance the fellow has
sent 'em. .. ,
On Tuesday evening, 22d instant, '.y 'C. J.
Shepard, Esq., Mr. CAnRLgB H. WILBkE, of this
city, to MisS. FRANCEs WHiCHaRD, of Calhoun

Wholesale Prices Current.




BAGGING, Kentucky,.,.......yd
DRndee, ..........yd
P ahut,...........yd
BALE ROPE, Kentucky,.'.... lb
Northern,..... Ib
Manilla,........ lb
BREAD, Navy,..............ewf
;. lot,3, ............... cwt
COFFEE, Rio,.............. h
,Havana............. b
Java,...... ........ b
"CANDLES, Sperm............. b
COftDAGE, Manila,........... b
Hemp,...'........ b
S. Tarred,......;.... b
CIDER-,.Nor thern,.,....,. -.... bbl
'Bcown Shirtings,.... yc
.Ttcki ngs,.............yc
obttonades,...... ... yc
Calico Prints,........ yc
.. .. Kentucky Jeaihs,.....yc
DUCK, Ruasia,.:...............yc
DYES, Logw'd, Gmtqpesahy,.:ton
St. Domingo,,ton
Fustic, .......... .; ton
,(Indigo,... ... ... .......Ib
FLOUR, Northern,. ........ bbl
Western,..'......... bbl
FISH, God,............ :...... box
Mackerel, No. 1,.......bbl
.t .' No./2,.......bbl
No. 3,....bbl
HERRING,..:.... :..... .. bog
FRUIT, Almonds,...;..... ".. Ib
Raisins,....... ..... bo"
,-.Prunes,. ...; ;......... Ib
Currants,.. ........ Ib
|Figs,....... .. .......lb
MLemons, ........... box
FURSOtter,............. ......
F EATHE.RS,...'....'...........lIb
GRAIN, Oats,,.....:..... .:.'.bush
Oorn, ......... ...buslh
GLASS, ...........:.. .. box
HAY,............:.... ... ..cwr
HIDES, Green, ................. lb
Dry, country,.......... Ib
IRON, English, ............... Ib
Swedes, ............. ..Ib
Hoop, ................. .Ib
Nail Rods,..............Ib
;. L O aSting.Amierican,..... Ib
LUMBER-- : '
Boirds, White Pine,..... M
.Yellow ......M
Staves,.................. -M
White Oak Heads, *..... M
S Heading ...... M
LEAD, Bar,.................Ib
Sheet,. ..... ........ ...lb
LIME,............... ........bbl
MOLASSES, N0, O........... gal
NAVAL STORES, Pitcht.... bbl
Rosin,.. .bbl
.... ,'+ Tar,......bbl
NAILS,..... .;......."...... keg
OILS, Linseed........ '...... gal
Olive .......... ... bottle
Sperm,..::............::::... gali
.OCastgr,.. ...... ......gal
PROVISI OS, Pork, Mess,...bbl
M.0. O..bbl
Bacon Hams,..........lb
canvassed,.. b
S" Sides,........... b
Shoulders,....... b
LARD, ... ................. b
BUT Ra .......... ....... b
CHEESE, ............... .... b
POTATOES,. ..-............ bAl
PEANUTS,.....;...... ..... bush
SPICES, Cassia ................ Ib'
SPICES, Cloves ................ lb
Ginger root, ......... lb
Nutmegs,........... Ilb
Pepper, -.............. Ib
iWQ-AR, N. Orfeaww,. i ....... Ib
St. Croix.... ....... Ib
Loaf,.............. ... lb
SALT, Livrerpool,...........sack
Coarser,...... :....... bush
STEEL, Cast ..............., cwt
SOAP.... 4A .................... lb
SPIRITS, Brandy, Cognac,....gal
Gia, Holland, .....:gal
American,;.... gal
'Rum, N. E.........gal
Whiskey, Rect. ....ga]
S -lcohol,.............gal
SKINS, bear.....................
Deer, ................ .
SHOT,.all sizes, ...............lb
TOBACCO,............::..... Ib
TEA, Young Hyson,. ..........-Ib
Souchong, ............. Ib
TIN ............. .. .........
TWINE, Baling,;,...............lb
Seine, --.-............. Ib
WINES, Maderia,........ .. :;gal
Champagne,. ...... doz

Governor of Florida....
WTHEREAS, it.havipg been made known to
S me that a murder was recently committed
in the County of Jackson in this State, by one
BENJAMIN F..WOOD.upon.the body of Elijah
B. Jordari, and th't 'the said Wood has fled from
justice. .
Governor of the State of Florida, by virtue of the
authority in, me y ested,,by the laws of said State,
do hereby bffer twoh ndred dollars re,%ard for
the apprehoinsn qf sa.d Wood,,and, bis safe. de-
livery to the Sheriff ofdthe said county of J.ack-
son. ., .
.Mem.-Said BVenjamin ,F. Wood Is amanf
dark complexion, about, 5 feet 10 inches, quite
slender, slow. epoken, and has a quiet, itoffbnsi've
,appearatnce. H formerly resided about Claiborne,
'in Alabami. ,..
'6I witness whereof, I hav hereunto, set
.. '., L my hand and caused the great seal of the
TknL.f-tate. tobe affixed, this 10th day of May,
A. D ,,1849.
By the' overnorir ; +Governor of Florida.
A. E. MAXWEL,. Secelatary of State .I
0-i'The Sentinel, Florida Whiv, Pensacolae
Democrat, Pensacola Gazette, and Apalachicola
Advertiser, will publish one mdnth.
May 19, 1849. is. 1
$200 oREWAR.D

On the 15th instant, at St. Joseph, SUmMONS B.
AnmimAD, geii 28 years..
In this city, pn Tuesday evening, 22a instant,
HnrYt E iWa(t son of Joseph and Jemima Pre-
ble,'agedT5 months.

Cotton Statement. \Lat
._ i year.
Stoi-k on hand6 Sept.- 1-, 5iK7"-. 5! 678
Received piist week............1523
": prewioasly..;.- ...1.. 901
STotal ........- 1579111279"
Exported past 3 days..........7682
previously......... 134644 ,,,
Total...... 142326 100412
On handandon shipboard notcleared 15605 12466
Exports of Cbttbn f;ibm Apalachicola, -
Cbmmencing S0t. I, 1848, and same time in 1847.

700 a 750
575 a 6,00
50 a 4160
a 12,00
a6 00
50 a 100
':'2'75a ; S
20 a 29
16 a 18
12 a 14
400 a1.4 50
400 a 4'50

50 a 6
60 a 5
250 a 500O
60 1a 1 00
Sa '6

6 a .8
8 a 10
6 a 7
:4 a -6

.. '- 1 Past Irevi- TWT^ I Last
wtErrig P.XPORTBD. 13 dayelously. ^ /season

Livelipool........ ....
Havre...... ..........
Nantt,, ..' ............
"'rie-te.... .' .. ....
Genoa'.,......-. ....
Oher, porti...'.... ..
Total to For. Ports.
+New Yodrk.. ,>*.':...'*
Bostan.... .... ... ..
Philadelphia.,.. .-
Baltimore.,. ".. ..
New Orleans........
Otherports ..... ...
Total Coastwise,...

S..188, .428 .50113 .35674
...... ..5721 ..5721 ......
....... 1010 1010..3730
........ 1310 ..1310 ......
. .2121 .10463 .12584 ..3944
. .4006 .66732 .70738 .43348
,.2w6 .183 .n2201.80960
S.11n0 .-297.2 .30860 .16479
....... 14304 .14304 ..5067
........ 382...382 ...939
........1557.;1557 ..1180
...... ..2464..2464..1989
... ............550
..3676 .67912 .7188 57064
. 7..... t.....123^ 100412

1 THIS hou.[e las beet, thoroughly
refitted for thle .-pa-un, awd the .0b- '":
.|illij|| scriber takes plea-ire, in intorniig '.'
the public that lie i-s i wv inrea r "f .
.sness for the rectpli|n oif permanent
ard transient bnardti sa, at thei -!lunl rate ., i& s -I
chef d'cuisine is ,an a,,ipii, and travclers nt y,... M :
depend: upon having all the.luxuries and delira-
cies of the, market served up in ,le bept style.
The BAR is now and will'atfall times' be I.t ', ..
supplied with the choicests WVies -Liqpiiors,,a'nd -
Cigars. A continuation of the liberal Cu-f' Im
heretofore bestowed, is req-|cll'if1llv .Folcirfd..
December 9, 1S48. 1 / :
Runaway. -
'i^ CONMMITTED to the Jail of Franklin
^k County, Florida, on lthe *uih darrl 'Aril,
1W 1819, a Negro .Man rwh calls 1Iis n;Wme -
*ui roM Said Negro is about.fie I'ee seven
inches high, dark conptexion, says he lf'ru.erly
'belponged t Noel Ga'ray, o1'Geo.'rgia. 'Tlheooner
is requested,lJ come lor\warti, irnoveprpperlyt pay
charges a-d take hira awa,,, or hie will becdealt
with according to law. in such capes. ., "
JOHN LUCAS.,.neriff"
By B. LUrCAS, Deputy.
Apalachicola, May 19, 119. "17
Sale of Florida LanI s and wol ts
and. Wharves in theT. tty-o"
SApalachicola. (,
pHE Apalachicolat Larid .rriady will oer
1 City of New York, on Tre'ntJtte.d .v Ilklay
ofJvynext, at 12 o'clock, and oib the '16Uo1lwg
days, about 1000l I'-tsin the t;ilv ol Apalhcnicola,
as described on' tle nmap oftle Cilfy. Many of
these lots are on the Bay and River, and''ar? ;
among the mlsr dcfiit'blw; hr residences'as %\%l .
as for purposes ol' busirie-.I ,
ALSO-The \WharesndtVl Wharligh rls belong-
ing to the Compall in Ibiont ol tbe 'ity..T''-.'1
-AiLso-The nrsiluiid ., 1 l r 9, ractI'la d ... -
George'" Island or Bay, adj.,ihiing lhe.C4544lde-
scribed on a mnap-or sirvev (.if 1 Ilo hts made by -
R.B. ker, These lots'var' in size fr4o j 140 '
acres-each, and ar'e vei) desirable 'fr b0ildflg
sites orcultivalion. ."-
ALso-Th-e unsoT 'I 'ots tatPrllahd Bl.ffT on "
the Apalachicorla Hiver, ubcift 3 TrlfTrop.e ",
City, as described on a filap or survey lmdeby -
R. B. Ker, each lotl being 750) feel ir 'Lenglh and
*251 in "idth. Tlieyv are e[igit)'r f r'wooaa-ds,
ship yards, saw nlilis,&c. r-
ALSO-St. Vincenl'sI lslnd, lyi.'oppbsilthe
mDuth ol' the Ri,ver Apalachicua, bita ning aun
area of I ,il acres, (excepting lI) acres ofl)--
having -a thriliy growth of Live OaU-iq!l.t1"f -'
trees, and much feriile land surlv-f'ukh
growth of colton, sugar, tobacco, the rrb)icl
Ifruils, atld I;'r garden c| lii 'a- "ii ~ '
TERMs oF SAfE.--'I'en per cent,,in sah n
the day nTf sale, and on all purcha.s, hdt't -
ing $500; the balance in ca-h LA' 20'day tPyl -
after, when the deeds will be dIcliverd1. -'.pal
puichaces over ,W)01, a criiT of one ail& Iwo
years will be given lor. mie-bah of the.I rhre b,0 e
money, the balance to be paid in casll ir 20 diys
after the sale.- When, ;i> case whtrele'Thepur-
chase is less than YF,'Oi:,IJ, notes wHill:" tak(ii for
the credit portion, payable in one ahdl-dfto e1s,
wilh i'irerest al per' ccnr. -per'arnnm',-atir-K bn.
tracts exchanged, deeds In be delivered when the
p.,'mpnls are completed. On .all'r~ikcl( a of
$'2000 and upward Ihe deeds *il; b@ ,ff, i led
jn 20 days alter ihe sale, and bondsiarnd,.inurt*
gages taken. for tlie.credit Vrrli^a;;.flqble in one
and two years %ill, intereaf usat per'f .p,-
num. "'. f -
The whole of Ithis properly is unj e. '
It is a part of the '-l'orl,hpskm.--4
to the Apalachicula Land CUi:
is derived fr^ma tlhe pants.-A '! ,li.
*ftrnuy~iwpeolreyT~ jp~erfui~fireuB i ~%
and a patent therelor issmed In the pp..ritora by
the United Staes-, The (ual lTru4et9 a-' "
will be given tolfIe l1irrhasKrs. '' .
Maps may be hail at the utfic*ftk tr, Grhtnpany.
No 35 Wall strefj",ur ntey will-b.folrvitded by
manl, upon applicidioh to the subscribers at said
office, from whom taoy be obtained aity'if".ther
information that mpa be desred.. .
*JOS. DELAFIE-L46.+.h .
Nev Ynrk, April 27,. 19. i'5-.4 .

W-J HEREAS, it has been represented to me
W that Washington Dudley was recently
murder: at St. Marks, in thecountyof Wakulla,
by one JOHN FREDERICK, and that one JOHN
MltLER \vas,present aiding and abetting in said
murder; and Wfieaii, the said Frederick and
Miller are fugitives from justice.
Governor of the State of Florida, by virtue of
the authority in me vested by the laws of said
State, do. hereby 'offsr the above reward bf two
hundred dollars for the apprehension of said
Frederick and Miller, and their delivery to the
: Sheriff of Wakulla county-or one hundred for
the. apprehension or delivery of either ot them.
Mdem.-John Frederick is a Canadian-by birth,
is about'34 years old, five feet seven inches l.high,
has dirk eyes; da'rk 'hair ard. a6dark, complexion,
andwhen spoken to hasa downcasttook.
John Miller is a Norwegian by birth', is about
35 years old, five feet ten or twelve inches high,
has light eyes, light hair and a fair completion,
and speaks English very broken.
They are supposed to have inade their escape
in a smallbdat. ,
L I WITNEsS WHREOF,',.I have hereynto
set my hand and caused the great seal
(sEAL.) of the State to be affixed, thislthe--18th
.. day of May, A.D., 1849.
WM. D. MOSELEY, Governor.
AklMtL:-.A. E. MAIWEa,, S'ECetaryof -Statea
43.4eatinel and Apalachicola Adver'tier \vill
copy 4t
May 19, 1849. 18--4t
Proclamation I
I JOHN S. HUTCAINSON, Mayor, qf t.ie
q City of Apalachicola, do declare the port and
city of New Orleans an infected port. All ves-;
setls arriving from said port fre quarantined;:
Any Master, Mate, Pilot, or Steamboat, piloting'
or towing to the wharf of this city, any vessel or
boat, or anchoring the same within two miles of
-i4aid c-ity wharf, shall be considered as violating
the quarantine law of this city. No vessel will
be allowed to cotme.lo the wharf from anty in-
fected port, before ,obtaining a special permit
from the proper authority.
Dowe in Mayor's Office, May 22d, 1849.
Mayor City:of Apalachicbla;

Information Wated.
o F ErtWARD, TIMMONS, Merchants, who
left Dublin about.fifteen years ago for New
Orleans, and is supposed to be at present in Flo-
rida. Full particulars on the subject of inquiry
of his letter to Ireland last year.can be obtained
by answering this advertisement. Any informa-
tion respecting him will be thankfully received
Counsellor at Law, 69 Nassau. St.., New York.
** Other Florida pipers please copy.
April 28, 1849. 4w--13 C. M. C. D.

12 00

a 16 00

6 a 61
10 a 12
200 a 300
25 a 27
a 450
a 400
150 a 0oo
1 25 a 150
500 a 525
90 a 126
60 a 62|
112 a 176
80 a 90
175 a 200
12 00 a 14 00
a 12 00
a 10 00
8 a 121
*a 7
65 a 61
9 'at 9
24 a 25
9 a 12A
3 00
75 a '86
4 a 5o
45 a- % -
871 a 50
9 a 10 :
11 a 121
2,12 a 250
9 a, 1
a' a,
8 a 1V-
II a 12
100 a 125
621 a 75
1800 a 25 00
1200 a 15 00
4 a .'6
200 a 400
137 a 150
40 a 42
37 a 40
20 a 22
,621 a ,75
1,00 a 15,
7 a &
7 a 71
8 a 60
'60 a 80
a 50 .

Passengers.. .
Per steamen Quincy-iJ H Hull,. R. C Wooten,
.J Gaque, J C Coker, J W Brett,:S Bray, J C Tay-
lor. Jus Mims, Penman, Kilpatrick., ,
Per steamer Emily-Capt H G uyon, W Will-
iamson, Goddridge.
Per steamer Palmetto-John Cumming.
Per steamer Boston-Rev Mr Zimmer, W Pip-
pin, A Williams, W M C Neal, W T Robinsoni,
C E Bartlett, Kirkpatrick.
Receipts from the Interior,
Pe(t Ctpamer Quincy--12 bales cotton to Wm G
Porter & Co: 14 to D G Raney; 61 bbls tar to Wy-
lie t; .-McKenzie.
Per.steamer. Albany-241 bales cotton to Harper
& Holmes; 21 to Lockhart & Young;. 36 to A N
McKay & Co.
Persteamer Palmetto--333 bales cotton to Lock-
hart & Young.
Per steamer Boston---551 bales cotton to N J
Deblois; 7 to Hill, Dawson & Co.
LI "E' POOL,--Per ship Ocoan-185 bales
n -Per,,ship, orrA.n-M' Sers
coll 1 ": ; r "
- NEW YORK-Per bark Jiane E Wiliiams.-
771 hales coil i. ,. .-.
Per brig Toledol-269 bales cofton. .
Pr brig Moies--303 bdles cotton.
PIrLehrig labanm.-.f09 batles 'oTlih."
Per hrig T ybee-574 bals colon.- ,.
SPer echr Ptuline-140 bales cotton, 55 logs.ce.
S wOTON-Pe-T r php Sacrusa-780 bales cotton.
Per'hark Roh't Wain-330 bales colon.
Imports. ;
SLIVERPOOL-Per ship Persian--24. "acks
s Vl.t. .... o- -, !
'Per thIp Dvett-ori--3485 sacks sial.

-Ice: Ice, I
THE Ice House will he open at 10 o'clock, A
w. for one hour only till the 1st of April-
then it will be open, from 6 till 7, and from 12 till
1, one hour each opening only. Steamboats and
vessels supplied at all hours when in the act of
leaving. Customers will please be punctual, as
the hose will not. be opened at any other hour.
"7 Rates bf .sell ingr- Three bent per pound fi&r all
:supplies less.than dbogshead-by tbL hhd 2j cts.
Any person wishing tickets can get the'm'by ap-:
plying to the subscriber. Tickets or cash-no
credit. ,, : A. HANCOCK:
Match 8,1849. /6-3m.:

Gold Pen's! Gold Pens!
F the latest and most approved style, just
S received, and for sale by

Hydrostatic Ink Fonntain.*
-A FEW Hydroshtie Ink F',tfluinc n, Pen Racks,
..Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Samps, Seals,
SPaper ClotWs, Weights, &c. for .al t by
Indian Elixir.
VOODRUFF'S Indian Elixir, a certain cure
for chills and fever, for sale by +
A Card.
T HE undersigned respectfully informs his
L frid- and the public gen,,ralNy, that having
purchased the entire stock of Drug- sand Medi-
f'inesofthe late firm ofJ., C. Allen & Co., he will
continue the bu.3iness at the old stand, where he
is now receivit,g a large additional supply ol'
l'rc-h Diug-, Chemicals, Dyesluffs, Paints, Oils,
Gla.s, Perllniery, &c. &c., and wvuld be pleased
to receive d codlinuance of the patronage hereto-
',,re so liberally extended to the late firm.
MAay 1, 149. J. I. GRIFFIN.


a 20
a 371
a 18 00

'PoKRT O.F APA LACHICOLA......... May 6.


S .... Arrived. '
ftiy2j- Scnr -Pocuhontas, Harris, frbmiNewi
Yorttvh Nourse, Stone & Cp. ... -
;M"iy 22-Bark Nile, Brown, fmblUy Wieat.
SMay- 23-1Br ship Persia^, Trevlick, fm Liver-
pool; "" ., .
BIlrk Savannah, Lust.from llarana.
May 2--Br ship Ddvenport, Cofburn, fm Liver-
Utlrk Niagara, jarv'is;in Pro;idence..
Zv: Mvt5--lKng.BIlllw, LDay, fin New 'rok.
Preinmer Quinsy, Alien, n'm Chattahooohee.
Sieiemer PI'dlmto, MeAlister, fm Columbus.
"iteumior Emily, Vdn Veghten, faroColumbus.
ttaiper Boaloth, Lea, from Columbus.
yieumter Southerner, haw, fromColum bias.
,,. ... C lea red r- ;
SMnv 1)9-Spi Orphan, Williams,. Wor^ Gi ltar,
by IM Wright. .i .. ,
Ship Ocean, Btownell, for. Liverpool, 14b S
C assia ., ,
Scliehr Somrrk,, ,. tone,. lor Prnsacla. -
Slhip Sacsnsa, Howardi, for, Bostont, by N J De-
blois. *. -
.rig Tybee, Ferguson, for N York, by Nourse,
t86ne it g o.. ... "
SBrig Alb a, H''ard, for New "ork, by Wm
G Porter s; 0?, ...
May 2-r-rlr g Rob't Wal B rns, oIbr Bdiosti,
by N J Deblois. ..
Brig MhmeS, Bulk ley, for New York, by.Nourse,
Stone & Co. 1'-. :- : ,)-
May 24.-Brig Toledo, Glover, fin Nfw York,
by, Harwr r R Hol ,es *. .,' '.. ,:;-..
M lay W-Bark Tane E Williams, Mason/'fo' N
Yoik, by bourse, Stone & Co. o f. o .
.Big Billow, Day. for Charleston. :' '
Schr Pauline, Young, for New Yorkl+. ":, .". i
,t.:List of Vessels il Port. ,, --:
..;, '' i SHIPS. ,
*averty, Robertson, 529 tons, for LiVerool, loEd-
Ing-J U Cmacl I .
Grotitus, Leonard, 300 tons, Tor New York and
Boston, toading-Hill, Dawson s Co.
Ohio, Sutton, 297 tons, for Bostohj, loading--.
N J Ueblois.
Parnian, (Br) Trtvliqk, 598 tons, fi Liverpi6ol,

waiting-- aster- .. + -
Devonport, (Br) Colburn, 767 tons, fm Liverpool,
wailing--Master. ..
Dauntless, (Br) Johnson, 698 tons, for Liverpool,
loading-J Day & Co.
Weybomett Harris, 321., tons. for Boston, load-
ing--I PButts,.
Alpha, Bennett, 517 tons, for Boston, loading-r-
Wo.od & Ballou.
Nile, Browan; 180 tons, for New York, loadiag-
M after: I ,I. ,--' -
Niaftra, Jarvli, 282 tons, fm Providence, wait-
ing -,.MlS er. .
Ionia, Ctok, -- 6Ms, f&r BosHton, loading-NJ
Debloit .
Savannah, Lust,.4l3 Ions, for. Live'rpol, load-
ing-Master. .. -

A. LL= perns having claims against the estate
of James M. .Mckinney, late of Franklin
Coun, deceased, are -heireb4 notified to preaseirt
the ssaae to.the undersigned, du9y authentiaterd,
without delay. If not presented within the time
prescribed by law, Ihev will be barred by the-
statut JOHN G. RUAN.,, .,
H. W. BROOKS, I.xecuros
May 17, 149. 17--2mr

Lemon Syrnp.
A SUPERIOR article, just received and for
_sale by
MAay I J "C ALLEN. \

ERobert Myers,

A LA.RGE assortment of Extracts, Cologne,
&c. &,c. for sale by.

NTOTICE.-- IR. A. HANCOCK is my duly
1, authorised agent and attorney, during my
absence from th t State of Florida.
'R. :J. FLOYD.
Apalachicola, May 22, 1849. 18-3t
SCIX months after date I will apply to the Hon.
Judge of Probate; in-and for Franklin Coun-
ty, for levers of dismissal as administrator of the
estate of James S. Cantwell, deceased.
SApaacbimcola ,May 26,1849. ... 18-6m
.:- .. .. .. Notice. .
SIX months after dateI will apply to the Hen.
Judge of Probate, for Franklin.County, for
letters of dismissal as administrator of the estate
of Johu Jenkina, deceased.
n... ,..., B. ELLISON.
Apalachicola, Mav 26, 1849. 18-6m

EIDLLTZ and Soda Powders, just received
and for sale by "
May 17 J [ GRIFFIN.

T Hs Copartnership heretofore exiqling under
the firm of KLAIRMAN & KELLY, in'the
manufacture of Boots and Shoes, is this day dis-
solved by mutual consent,- -
May i9,1849. F, 'P. C. KELLY., .
The undersigned wil).continue the business at
the old stand, where all work entrusted to him
will be done with neatness and dispatch.
May 19. 7 P. C. KEL.TY
Police to Road and Bridge
S..... +.Builders.
.TRPlL he let at auction to the lowest Wider,
WY bl6el',re A'e Apalachleola Exchange, in the
City of Apiachicola, at ELEVrEN O'CLOCK, ON
THURSDAY, THE 31ST INSTANT, the contract
for cutting out and opening, and building all ne-
cessary Bridges and Causeways, and making a
Pa. Read.accordiog tn a pian nrl "pA"r;b..--
tion to be seen at 4he o'ffice ol' the County Com-
missioners for Franklin County, from the twenty
mild post, on the road leading from Apalachicola
to St. Joseph, to the high ground north of a creek
in Calhonn County, known as Ten Mile or Flat
Creek,'near the JDad La1es. The distance is es-
timated to be twenty-eight miles, and it is be-
lieved will require four Bridges. Bidders are
requested to be prepared to enter into a bond,
with good security, to be approved of by the
Comty Commissioners, in a sum double the
amount of their bid, for the faithful performance
of the contract.
By order. of the County Commissioners for
Franklin County. E
':Y. : :' President of the Board.
Apalachicola, May 8, 1849. 14-3w

Tarrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copaiva,
JUST received and oIbr sale by I
WTOODRUFF'S Anti-bilious Pills, for sale by
lMay 17 J I GRIFFIN.

White Lead.
N O. 1 Extra and Pure, just rec'd, for sale by

Nole Paper,
PERFORATED and Embossed Note Paper for
sale by .... -. ,

S..-,, Notice. -. *
SIX months after date l will-apply to the Han.
.Ju(Ige of: Probate, fp :Franklin County, for
letters of dismissal as administrator of the estate
of D. D; CM arenhilldeeeased d "

tW sale byNtie-jgrcre an
M!ay 17 J I.GRIFFIN.


S8-6 m

: Apalachicola, May 26, 1i49.

WVistar's and Swaym e' Balsam
of Wild Cherry,
JUST received and for sale by

S' ** Notice. -!..-,,
SIX months after date I will apply to the Hon.
SJudge of Probate, for Franklin County for
letters 1f. dismissal vsmdminislrator of the estate
of A Rogers, deceased.
., "B. T. CARO, Adm'r.
...l MBy B. ELLISON, Agent.
Apalachicola, May 26, 1849... ? +18.6m'

HOMPSONIAN Medicine#, for sale by
May 17 ., J I GRIFFIN.

W OODRUFF'S Worm Specific, for sale bv

WTOODRUFF'S Composition Powder, for sale
by [May_17] J I: GRIFFIN.

-.-, ", Notice.
!X months after date I will apply fo-ihe Hfln,
L Judge of Probate, for Franklin ecurnty,for
letters 9l dismissal as administrator of the estate
of S. T.-Skillm'a, deceased. ,
By B. ELLISON, Agent.
Apalachicola, May 26, 1849. 18-6m
SIX months allerdate I will apply to the Hen.
SJudge of Probate for Franklin County, for
letters of dismissal from the administration of
the estate of John McAvov, deceased.
May 17, 1849. SAMUEL BENEZET.

Plants, Oils, c,, '
T AMP and Linseed Oils, Varnishes; Brushes,
.L Turpentine, Lamp. Black, Red nd Yellow
Ochre, ground ji oil, Prussian Blue, ParisGren,
Virdigris,ju3t received per schr'PSladum, ant
for sale by

G AULDTNG'S Extra Patent Trusses, wilh ex-
tra covers, just received and for sale by'
,May 10 J. I. GRIFFIN, Druggist..

Smoked "'ongues
F OR sale by. "
/' Janil C 'A GREEN &



~. Blo Coflree.
01 1 S CLq prone greei, n -.v crap, juar're-
O.U received, and for sale by
- .Jan 11 C A G IEER & Co.
/ ttimhirlrs.
Pi S ORI \. alid L', v ,lL O ',r;, r1 always on
G hapdi at tfe-lowst rat. hv :
J tt .. .. C k R EV &. Co.-.
;~~ ~ ~~ ':;.: tv i&iry Cora ail8.
+ r U-). )) l.,,' Jv-, It iry C,)rdi l, j iv
L".lire ll,,d or bale y t ..
*^B,-i & tt ABLL.

F OR wilp hy
Jan II r A GREEN & ro.
t rTTR-1, jutTrpreived and for falpfby
Nn- EL -F AR.lL. nprKri,6t.

Clarified Suar..
Bf RLA New York Clarifiedjust received,.
< } nd for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN Co.




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Relgal Noticra.


BA. BUtloqvr C*o., vow. Water and
ChLestuat als.
M'ANILLA,.and Hein.) Cordage of all *se#,
SI H~I-n'mr,linue, jV,.inlin,, ilMarline, Spun.
Zor ratiln, Sperm Oil, P'all do, Wnale do, Olive
.Ito, Liueed do, Kaw do, Boilod do. d,trit8 rur-
?,epdlae, Paint.s, WIdow .ldsa, Putty, Wlhte
'*riad, ted do, Yell)w OOchre, Chrome Green,
C..erald do. fmierial do, Chromne Yellow, Ver-
*a'ii rW Lilhraet, sulphur Brighr Varnish, Copal
" .7-.rairf, Koiin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
"'uhesi Varsion dn, 'rar d,i, crab do. Clamp do,
.amp BelCk C1ltlt, ,V iting, tlussia Duce. i-ang-
tUah'd(ot, tton do Heavy Ravena do, Liglth do,
.Wnge., Blueand I ed Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
-'do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Bradd, crews,
-aek Screws, Anchors, Hainiapikes, Capitain
'34ra, Oars, Blocas, 8hivea, Jib thinks lIand
uanmpj, Deck Buickets, Cediar do, Deck Broome,
Core do, Caulking .VI illet., d arvingdo, Axea, Ax<
Alelve, Hooks and Tiirnmles, Box tHookd, Bale do,
:,O4d do Colton do, Bo0tLdo, Fish do, Caulking
-.o,, Waking-Iroi, .4Iarline Spikes/Ship 8ura-
pe, Balug Dippers. Cook's8 Ladles, Tornnaentors,
Dividerr, Comaae3, 4ail Needlea, Sail Twine,
Seiae.do, Sewing do, Patlms, Kigging Leather,
Aputm do, Shovels, H tmmera, Hatcilets. Chisels,
Augr, Planes,? Hl-tddaws, Gimblret, Handsaw
Files, l t Taildo, iron 6gqaares, Culpboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooke an Staples, Hinges. Padlocks,
-Wood Sawa, Pesdant R-la'lyards, HIand Lines,
'M)p Sea e do,,Log to Fishl do, Mlind Luads, Deep
.i do. 3hsrt do, B tr do, ii'nnl, Lmothorns,
.Ihalk Lines, Pitch;i Pita, L,); Bo,., C.itro do,
1-4layia4 PiJ.s, 'rvi Wi< Cric'r"ry, Carpdentr'ea
Tosoi, im;I.on l'oit, Sec.
itelithiiolat, I).-a 9, 1317
Gtroatiries in. aitlSslifitres,
,r l'J' C~if ;, JdAl i! 'S}. roi-to do,
..NL ,rth-itn (<'lk)r, Waeolrn do; N 0 "SI3ar,
St. roi. d, Porto itico d&, V,),i>g tiyaon Tda,
HJO'*AAo., Powva:loda;+, ."01il:;!g (lu, I!,,l)cen
Bilter, Oli..e, L tri, B.tcon linen.i, Si .le., ainr-
daSt, .i,)lassea, \Vilstev '-sa anid Friin. Beef,
M.ad dl Pri.nIl Porkt, ,ltc:terel. S,0,, Sjalti':a,
Hsrrinx, .SthlsrniilJ l',i. lead, Ood PFis "lt igueii,
PepSar, Spices, Uutsaiw,, Pet,,,, ,:.Sl100, Olive_,
CaiiJrs, P|C;I|?, -3'tio, 6 i, rcil, 'rTobcco. Nivy
Bread, Pilot do, Gr ikate,. Viategar, i0ried Fruits,
Bean, 5 Il, tl >iells, V[I ic troiii, Vern i elli. Ar-
row itoot, Cotn, ( t, B'Julw'iin mustard, itce.
Forsale by (B. 0LLl.LON (O.
Dec 9 Cor. \VLter dill U'liL.taat 4tU.
Sa, ar lwayi'.
"P A.I.,? Pluin I hI,, A : .W t ai.d J )utli, H.in-
miMr, Drivw KLiinv, A A-i'r, m d.-lr Bits,
Si)rittj Brazai, i'tin)or .iriam, l'tnr;: Screws
[t(rkio,gl GIm;ail. M )rtice d), St.v 3^t, Woi,)d
. Rdllas, Atlcs, , kc:i,, 3-.v.,- l,cl{*, -Ioo,ks
andJIta )lee, Baltti, 3-revi, ll; i\t4, hitter i)olts,
Bra'i, rie'{a, Co,,).)er Wire, .A .in,. Ltdle.4, R -Il
Traps, A at, t-l.itct:en, C,>i.R ., Ills, Il,.)^e lHam-
ers, 3 nith l'*,ns, .Mill 8ti+, \Vivils, &c. &c.
For sald by B. ELLA iON ;a Co.
Da! 9. Cor. Vitrer ur:l Clet+twit 4t4.
S.VbS;)3 IrI. )e ,tc, i !,, ,Ve1 I.li i ad (.u'ldn
d I-A ,, 3;ic'.nitthn 13 llo.v, C ,!to:!,,cid NVool
Car1i4, 3 *ladi* a>lJ S i)vwi, : .ildr-,) i arin.l Sugar
Pan, Plogti'h+, dtc. E. fr ;.le by
B EL9LIy)r N tk C\.
Dze 9 CHr.' iler ,id 1( io,)lO~t sti,.


Iorn, .IVill-*, &;e.
23 ; T.)-Y .--3J r,)., aii)rtaI iizes;
t)) t, ^ N t,.. d>.
- ,i" L t ,V .ilit i .:, a )t, I .Ir lt li eI i
23 BLacksmith Steei Faced Anvils;
20 E;llish and Amel ican Visese;
t9 B,+!ll.>w.+ ;
.L' d Men S;)ades and ,ilovels;
10 Collinas' Axes;
10 bt* CG)t401 atd ,Vmil.en C~irds;
It Ce4eP.).vll, I'A Ctft Steel Mill Saw.;
1030 ibL Cast and ,3.':nan S't eel, for ale by
Mg.A. 4" PJAL'-'I% & C(>.
ft! .3') L '.V stor street.

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WD;ilgs, Iedicines, 'PahOtsj )il*,
Dye-StEffs, Perfumery, A'c.
THE nndersifgied rleturnis his thanks,
Sto his Iriends and the public tor their
liberal patronage,. and begs to inform
that lie is ITow rece-vi-ii an add4tion-
al supr'ly, Mlfif "dicd to'lis hM rer
stock, rienders his deioirri;eit unustuilly lpai.e
and coi,,plefe. English, French, Gen-n anid
Amrierican Dlu's; Cosmetics; Perluifrr; Ghr.
and.,Druggists la.s arp, -&c.,'&c arc ('flPere
rnt Ph'ysicians, Coii-fry Mtrrharis ai d ol I 'rt ur
iithe niost liberal ternis-all ol'"Wlhch he oarraifh
p!ire and-inadulterated. ;,
P..-F. ARFI.L,
: .W0o]esakeadid Retail Drtpgist,
p l' l-.. *+ .. 43p W aler rstre t.
.apal.eifie,,la, N'ov. 21, 1S.S1

DriDrgs an* d fredictne.s.
"I'H sniIb cllbtr,4 has, and will
conslantv hlavee,c a la .d, c. n I I. ie
,~.,,arrumipnll !at.b." aind IQ DTI-'
SCINES, %vh'ijh they will urrhiatt
piire and ofthe besl qalil-y. C.urnlrv
Merchants and Planttc nill fii (1 it
to th'Firadva:irhe Ilocall,examint ar.d Ijrict IIi'f"
Goods, hieloie lureha-ir p elsievherp. r
N. B. Physician's prescriplitns rI'ut IIj uilh
care and accuracy at any hoar or thed;i\ or nigl.t.
'.. .' J. I. GRIFFTN,`".
Jan 1V Crt. Ce-ntre nrid Coirn-rr ce iP ..
J. SPtNiC ,"
,Second Story. Bajrtell's 0/,,Ldinge,
S(Enlrance nn ChpsltUit-sl:)
N B. Wdlches, Clooks and Jewelry carpefuly
repaired. October 2-. -._4-

A THE N U:. -
KBouwiln -SalCA n iuu4. BUII8ard
THE proprietor of the "-Athenaum Bowtling
Sadliton" hlas used e)eryendtevor liu im e
the eliblishlnert ai, agreeable place of rtaort,
and i- thankful that an ever disnriwlA/rTW piub.
lic prove b? liberal patronage I4eii; appreciation
,,f l.i desiie to please. 'He will aluaqy kee)' a
,I.mice assortment nl Liquors,' arrd xpre-;liing
lievrages, of a srtI to tickle I Ie 'palale nf'Ohl
Bacchus' ? it faslidiouc" Pi,n's''ar.d ''litpers,
cool and delici<,ua liesh frobt tlheirhalht 9dlki..
For a pleasant conrtrihgling of 'exefos.d
amUiementl-ttlYtt/ cf ditc!- therf v@. 4, m@41g,
within he circle'of g mnsoucs.to cri|ti il
a witmeol' ten pins; bbt Ihose PrecrriJ., le
active ainusemenls, can always tIhse jiaw 1
11 Come one=-cvtme all." ;..
a: a h,. 3'Q, 1'84V.
Apalaehieola, Dec. 3, 1847. .... -U .

5 ,- .t. ifr i ltr; ,
15 ,1) N.S w Orlefou sis ar.a;
20 bbl 3t Crx "
''' l "" 5 bxy Sle.vart's L)-f. "
'lO'bbli sr.) .'i d ,
100 iacks i6 Co -'e; 9') do Java,
40 bia Aromatic Pobaccoi
50 M rft' S |20 Spermi Caailes; 50bcs btowanSoap;
10t.) bas irlot;,. 0 Kegs Powvder;"
,10;n'Libs Leadd;
) lar kbca vV!lite Load, Ni. L. Extra and Pure.
SFor ile ,1y WAM; G. P0!l liH CO.
B Dac3) 41 V iter treat.
P-ir.1 HKillef.
P ,A' H Y D kVt '.3 V,' 't ')l.-Pain Kil[er, jiiit
raca iv ed f4d 1'r jlla rn v Cio o* a c;cae or do zen.
Feb : I EfJ,[4.), q & COi
SH ltrana Toatce0,o S~eyl,
".OR sile by
."J:r. Feb I: 'F ABELL.
1 3 ,l by / ,1 -*

F"Jls le by 1 r n H F a |ju.g1

'A; tb3 LAI'SRrt njlt ot~' I'oilet Soaps,,ijail
; received, anti for sale 4,y -
Doec 9 H F ABELL.

F Ai bbl. Nj.vtuiv, Pi.,r>in., newcrop
+. ;J-for sale by C A GREES. '(.4o.
+ .',; .. ""ii__I1.- 1 ., -. :..
SCanan" ur1ies.
TN hr aid qr. e 'iLI j tle-ve I i ., for sale by
1 1 JI !C (}^!'N & Cn.
.* W ] VOODRUFF'S bVy)in Si, fi,',tnrrIlshbj
r Mirelh i2t- H F V-'9ELL


0{ BBLS Champagpe, forsale by
1 Dec 30 B ELLISON Co.


On) BXS. Western and.N-rthern, ii (e order

Seelds Seeis! Seeds!
MDEA'Svieel i, lt receivetl. Id aAfr'ale b
T ATnaad Caps by t he case low for cash by
H1' B. F.LLHUN & CO..-
.... Dee..'% Cor. Waier in1 (IClestn'lt n t
S- Saddler.y, &c.
S%\D )LE, ot vdriv)in i) ttter 1u vid quAlitie ,
Brid SSadJle Bags,
: MirtinrgaLes and Wh4),tfor sale by
%VM. G. PORI''T '&Ct.
S. Dee 30" 41, Witer 4Irep't.
Dry GIM,ods.
DRILLINGS, Tickints, Cotton Onaburgl
Lineya, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels,, Bla
Iets, Tweeds, Shirting@, Sheetings, Checkp
nghami, Calicoee, Delanes, HR.sierv, &c S ,
:. d'6raleby B ELL, ON s& CO
S ".. CoW. W\iter ald Che4tniJt ,-t9
',r ',.' 9ai l~ed Tongllesr .
V"A''i' ; '"E3R'alo by .. : :
SJan LL C Gitc & .oF,

Citron, Currants, Raisits, Lem-
ono, &c;A -" --"
lUST received in fAn'e order, and for-sale by
JTan 11 C A GREEN & Co.
Hfemp and Cotton Ducki
A FINE assortment just received frbm New
y rk, for sale by
Jan 11 C A GREEN & Co.
DOTATOES-100 bbis. (planting)just receiv-
i ed and for sale by ,
B '( \ON, Huis, idea and Shoulders, just re-
ceived and lor sale by
-'pel I B. ELLISON & Co.

7 IKER'S CahadiaH VermiHugre, for Pale by
W Feb 17 H F BELL
W ooden Wcare,
BDRkSS bomnd Cedar Pall, Painted Bqchta,
-1Deck Buckets, Hickory and Corn BroomIb,flor
sale by [Jan II] C A GREEN &-to.

20, KE? n ew leaf, tor Wle hv
J0 L1 V 'C A GRP,3.& Co.


Cotton lHoks,.

Tm^^-n:'rI r-. Knciri
SCOTCH *da dMdadoytr tbM twrair nlHl
derl, jrt-reeirvedsand fm agi'bro soo
*+ ,.,.>, .,.,)., lJ l
.-.- +..__ __ LW ,JAI

,l yr ).aMi ty Ior site y -....
Jan'll C A GREEN & C&

















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' Ve *

h'blt w oherlk Woe t t kw urMA;tib.'-lf Ml

AV 94nbuleer W.s t kkemd ndIs. nl;WaL mi
wftlhi: ilb~ftbk9 a 11 W
Wk"? pd maidlip k
It produCes 7 1ali* -ti. rlN~~ *
Seuiptlou toaif the blood IotB ifi
or in The bod, l What nat r
.htoh brko ag Eoron P of 0hit.ecliin.
ef lto i tsi, er n dtel a, mW a

Ipll I all do fn lId of the bod ; ,i '' _
cBEER= amatii but a Wojr 1W *tf/iewl wMM
doull(r" Itbeir bttwpBp Zl*ofain" d L-d
tlDcand lipfllnit be 1LL 91 (,,I,,,
ttl 80 o or nervous dhbim O I .b.ulIWM
of deruod clreulatloM, aad nraIy 7U UKI
which aflict hknmao aa% .
Now Is it not horrible (6 rekaJd kiB, Ad6kijCl
,rj. to ahl -this : t )Uc '
SOURING, wm h M o- .,M.
uilye^1e~koak SfninliWllnd6too t~Rpte
-o Iabsid' % "anil r -.l XW_
Ii .TAT1ON wfns.lrtd; P 14, eano H4','nvt-
Heaven gforbi thatnwe inldaeal #w"la .Mmt
wodid barr thoe Mni t ien1 ..M-r ..A -L.IV
ra04'insin alad 1eiu ,*' Idrt0 M dalll ,
.41n Dr suchRr i 9nca Ionl-tl.rntl e UU
bav .iued 4P. Tcarnsaid's fER TING
d swthhe A T8 ofdibe ..L,' .d",j ,Ph .h"'
t"ft B, P. TowlehnhiB ariiee andL14 M o1'*1 TON
iidisl a rnavUql er are ep ly t fi r
dian.iier that the p fiO.7 who44 nfa,"le .
' savih!notoneshigl.ething ;,.i I ,,:
As 1, P. Town.end g, is D eo istr t a hr ,ll
ch.iuatr no pha'- t .cen6,:tit- s mndin Or '1r adapt

^rmfntedte8 toyhfiMJaiin. tee dseaes
. lisil man, rwhal "rpe Pq p eutotoI W
%$hey are receiving a 'nine ci OU
alninl aill the virtoe son e h rtiik d u intU
Ind which are inct able 9 csf t,
Viri Lhdi ew AG e NTo of iLad .ia .,nfil
innto at elr e should br.eed ci n h ion t,
OU h i holh cvirpurutively of me nstinr ( rn h e
Anires a Ir nivesu ofsotie experienC n a.te
'even a cninit n een tnt ihe knn. e How I talt i 1t,
]rta.'l8 t( ihat LU pertoa %rho i S 6..
d's its lB H for,. : f c -.
rhouild knuw ell ihe 1edlcxl properties orplatir;, t
tl -t nilerer --f %vilsripg'-nd rablIc0111fat ig ;halr Oirlli
Yianii'16, yl-. iu v\;.- A\- k'i"l ln%%.le ofihe arluisIrllV-
.earse wh eih L.,-aetlhe aidlnin sy byem, anil Ivt ad"ipt
remedies to theme ilense i
It II to nrres t fjrl d i-pon the anbI.Or ite, to Vo w
balm Into %oun lg humeligy, to Aiadle'bdpd In Ul d-
spalrlg Ibnosui. to raone'haliseah and bloom, and lo
into the crushedl and br-4.rel aRi in binkih, inrtrltyt hat
"POUND the o|>rrrniniy and mep:an@ to brlng his *
Grand VniversftI Concentratid
Remedy ,
within the rear-h, andl to he hnoledlle ofan who newdnh
.t, that they mtay 4earn -and knuw, by Jnyftl experlIneft
I Its
Transced Trinripiil fIffirp 102 Nnssnn-st-'N. Y. City*
r Fbrsale wholefl-de and relnil by I
Ii; ;-J. I. I iPFJN,
%d, Sole Agent, Apalachicola, Fa.

latter whether the result of inherent cause of
auaes produced by irregularity, illness or acci-
lnt. Nothing can be more surprising than its
invigorating effects on the human frame. Per-
)ns all 0 ekness a.id lassitude, trom takingpit,
t once become robust and full of energy under
s influei.ef It immediately counteracts the
ervdlessnesi of the female frame, which is the
great cause of Barrenness. It will not be ex-
ected of Us, in-cases of so delicate a nature, to
exhibit certificates of cures performed but we
an assure the afflicted, that hundreds of cases
ave been reported to us. Thousands of cases
Here families have been without children, after
sing a few bottles of this invaluable medicine,
ave been blessed with fine, healthy offspring.
ro IMothers and Married Ladies.
This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly
prepared in reference to female complaints. No
malee who has reason to suppose she is approach-
Ig that critical period, The turn of life,"
should neglect to take it, as it is a certain pre-
entative for any of the' numeroutsand horrible
diseases to which female'are subject at' thi' time
f life. This period Mnay be delayedfor several
ears by irsing this medicine. Nor is it-less val-
able f6r those who are approaching womanhood,
is it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening
ihe blood and invigorating"the system. Indeed,
his medicine is invaluable for all the delicate
iseaaes to which women are subject.. "
It braces the whole system, renews permanent-
y the natural energies, by removing the impari-
es of the body, not so far tinnulalmng as t1. pro-
uce subsequent relaxation, which is the' case ol'
lnot medicirel- taken for femalaweage'lenand
disease. By using a few bottles of this medicine,
lany severe .and painful surgical operations may
e prevented.
&reat Blessing lto MotherS and
Childret'n. _
It is the safest and most effectual medicine for
urifying the system, and relieving the sufferings
attendant upon child-birth ever discovered. It
itrengt'hens both the mother add child, prevents
ain and disease, increases and enriches the food,
hose who have used-it think it is indispensable.
t is highly useful both' before and after confine-
ment, as it preventN diseases' attendant upon
hildbirth--in Costiveness, Piles, Crampo, SwelB-
ng of the Feet, Despondene-y, Heartburn, Vom-
ting, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains,
Iernorrhage, and in regulating the secretions and
qualizing the circulation it has no equal The
great beauty of this medicine is, it is always safe,
nd the minost delicate use it most stucces"fully,
ery few cases require any other medicine, in
ome a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful.
Exercise in the open air, and ligtlt tood with this
medicine, will always, ensure a sate and.easyroa-
Notice to the Ladiest
Those that imitate I)Dr' Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
have invariably called their stuff a great Remedy
for Females, &c. &c., and have copied our bills
ind circulars which relates to the complaints of
wormen, word for word--other men who ptitnp
medicine, have, since the great success of Dr.
F, wnsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incidentto
emales, recommended theirs, although 1revious-l
y they did not. A number of these Mixtures,
Pill., &c.-, are inj'iriom to females, as they aggre-
vate disease, and underniinethe cnn.sitution.
SerOafwl.t i'b This certificate conclnSively proves that this
Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the m!'s*tob-
stinate diseases. of the Blood. Three persons
cured in one house is unprerdented.-.
Three Children.
Dr. Townsend: Dear Sir--I have the.pleasure
o inform you that three of my children-have
been cured of the Scrofula by the use of your ex-
cellent medicine. Thev weire-afflicted very se-
verely with had Sores: iayve.taken only four bot-
tles:; it took them away, for Which I feel myself
inder great obligation.
SYouiri. reopectfullv, <<-o --
1 S' NC X\' C.R'AIN, 10R \otsler-sl.
Opinions ot Physicians.
Di. Townsend is almost daily receiving orders
rrom Physicians in different parts of the ]'nion.
This is to certify Ihat we, theundertened,
Physicians of the City of Albany, have in nnmer-
ous cases prescribed Dr. T0wnsend's Sarsaparilla,
and believe it to be pne of the most valuable pre-
pirations in the market.
tH. P. PULING, M. D.
-Albany, April 1,1847.
,Owing to the great success and immense sale
of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a number of men
who were formerly our Agentls, have commenced
making Sarsaprilla Extracts, Elixirs, Bitters, EX-
tracts of Yellow/Dock, &c. 'They generally put
it up ib the same shaped bottles, and some of
them have stole arid copied our advertisements,
they are only worthless imitations, and should be
avoided. -
Principal Office, 126 FULTON Street, Sih
Building, N, Y Redding & Co., 8 State street-
Boston; Dyott & Sons, 132 North Second street:
Philadelphia; 8. S. Hance, 'Druggist, Baltimore:
P. M. Cohen, Charleston; Wright & Oo., 151
Charters street, "N, 0.; 105 South Pearl street.
Albany; and by all the principal Dru il_. an-
Merchants generally throughout the United State.
West Indies and the Canadlas.
For'sale wholesale and retail by
May 2., 1S4.q. 19-1y Apalnohicola.

hardware, Ship Chaudlery, &c.
rT HE Subscribers have on hand for sale--
.LLOCKS, assorted, Butts, Screws, Hinges,
Handsaws, Millsaws, Crosscut do, Plame,
,Compasses, Augers, Gimblets,-Chisels, Brace
and Bitts,hules, Bevels, Squares, Broadaxes,
Ship do, Collins' do, Adze, Hatchets, Ham-
mersShutter Hangibgs, Blind do, Steelyards,
"Counter Scales, Platorm do. Cotton do,
Kitcnen Ware, Table Cutlery, Shovel and
Tongs, Fire Irons, &e.
BLACKSMITHS' Bellows. Anvils, Sledges,
Hammers, Vices, ScrewpTates, Stoeks and
Dies, Tongs, Files, Rasp, &c.
.IRON- Sweeds, English and American, assorted,
round, flat and square; BaAd, Hoop, Sheet and
Boiler Iron, Railrcad, Spike do, Horseshoe
Iron and Nails, Cast, English, Blister andct
German Steel. -
PLOUGHS-Singi e and Double 'Cornshellers,
Cornmills, Logehains, Trace do, Ox do,
Shovels and Spades, Weeding Hoes,Garden,
-Laue and Grubbing Hoes. -
CORDAGE-Manilla and Heap, assorted, Pitch,
Tar, Rosin, Coal Tar, Bright V iifisb, Hand-
spikes, Blocks, Oars, &c.
CASTINGS-Sugar Kettles, Mils .and :Caul-
drons, Bakeoysef's Spiders, Pots, Enameled
Kettles, Tea Kettles, &c.
TINWARE-A full assortment.
Wholesale or retail.
Apalachicola, Jan. 24,'1849.

F anliHUn 'C"rceuit Count.
; At CHAMmERs, March 22,1849.
Josephine Essex, bz" hrr' +"
next friend, &c.
d s. p r 'v
\'John. Essex. 11 ,
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
pertected on said defendant by publicatiorrin the
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper published
in the cite'of Apalachicola, for the space of three
"mofiths,y quiring said defendant to be and ap-
pear before this Court on the first Monday in
July Oext and answer-or plead to said bill, other-
wise that the same be taken as confessed.
GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
A true copy : '
March 27,1849. 9-3m

Townsend's Sarsaparilla. J
Wonder arid Blessing of the Age.
'he most extraordinary Medicine in the World! P
'his Extract is put up in Quart Bottles: it is six f
times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted su- ir
prior to any sold. It cures without 8
vomiting, purging, sicklening or v.
debilitating the Patient. _4
IThe great beauty and superiority of this Sarsa- .]
a'rilla over all other medicines is, that while it
radicates the disease, it invigorates the body. It i
s one of the very best "
Ever known; it not only purifies the whole sys- tl
aem, and strengthens the person, but it creates d
new, pite and rich blood: a power possessed by
ni other medicine. And in this lies the grand 13
secret of its wonderful success. It has performed ti
within the last five years, more th:>n'100,OX0 d
ures ot severe, case, of disease; at loaqt 1 .5,000 1
rere considered incurable. It has saved tlhe lives d
of more than 5030 children during the two past n
eairinq. b
10,900 cases of Generl Debility
and want of Nervons Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Sars.tparilla invigorates the
vv'nrle system permanently. To those who have P
lost theIr mnuqcoIar energy lby the effiects of med- a
cine or indiacr.tion committed in youth, or the 9
excessive indulgence of the passions, and brought P
on a general physical prostration of the nervous '
yatem, la4iitude, wanit. ambition, fainting sen- I
nations, premature decay arid decline, hastening n
toward. that fatal disease, Consumption, can be C
entirely restored by this pleasant remedy. This il
arsapanrlla k far superior to any
Ilnvigoratling Corllal,
As it renews anhd invigorates the system, gives e
activity to the limbs, and strength to tlie museu- g
ar system, i.h a m ,.t extr-aordinarv degree. a
Coanstitnption Cured.
Cleanse and Strengthen. Consiiporntin can be I
cured. Bronchitis, Conumiption, Liver Corn-n
plah:it, Colds, Catarrh, C,,uhs, Aithfna, Spit-
tin- of Blood, S:oreness in .the Che.t, Hectic
P1ish, NtIIht Sweats, Ditficult or Pr,'i)'e Ex-
I pectoration,' Pai,' in the Side, &c., have been
and can be cored.
Spitting Blood. "
New York, April 28, 1847.
Dr. Townsend-I verily believe that your Sar-r
saparilla ha hbeen the mean, tlirnuh Prii,vidcence, "
ot faving my lite. 1 have for 4everFil years had a (
bad Couhl. It became worie-an worse. At
last I raised lIarle qia'itifiei ol' blood, had night
sweats, andl was gratlyv tlbitadtedl and r'ednced,
and did not expect t, live. I have only used your
3arsipiarilla a short time, anid there has a won-
derful change been wroughtin me. amn<,w
able to walk all over the city. I raise no blood,
anil my couzh hAu left me. You can well ima- s
gine that I am tlhanikfrl for these results. c
Your oredient terv.0qt,
W.M. KU-i3ELl,.6' Catharinest.
l eu a'ittisin. t
Thrm is ornly one (f tiiore than four thoum-and t
bases of Rheutmitisn that Dr. Townsend's Sarsa- t
parilla has cured, The most severe and chronic '
cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary
virtues. t
Jamea Caumrqng,T, Esq one oj the asgistanta
in the Lunatic Asylhm, BLackwell's T1li-,], xis the
gentleman spoken of in the following letter:
Blarkwell's Island, Sept. 14,T847.
Dr. T'ownsend-Dear Sir: I have suffered tor-
ribly tor nine years with the Rheumatism ; con-
siderable of the time I could not eat, sleep or
walk. I had the utmost distressing pains, and '
my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used
four bottles of your Sarsaparilta, and they have
done more than one thousand dollars worth 6f
good. You are attliber'ty'to usethis for the ben-
efit of the afflicted.
Yours; res, -ti'iill,
Fever and Ag-ne.
Dr..Towv .eiad's S., rs irillt ,s urneliilled in
cases of the Chills and Fever and Ane. The
following letter is only oneof hundreds that we
have received from the South and West of like
Oswego, Mich.,'Oct 23, 1847.
Dr. Townsend: Dear Sir-I purchased for my
wife two bottles of Sarsaparilla of your Agent,
Mr. McNair, of Kalamazoo, to try it for the Fe-
ver and Ague. Before I had finished' the first
bottle, it appeared to warm the blood, and every
other day, whan the Chills and Fever appeared,
they were leas violent; and before she had fin-
ished the 'bottle, she was entirely relieved-, and
she was much better than she had been before
she tbpkl thle Ague. A lady that bhad been very
sick with the Chills and Fever, but had broke
tjem with Quinine, and was left in a very weak
and di-'tresinrg state, and troubled exceedingly
wilh the Agte Cake, seeing the effect that it had
on my wife she sent and ptocdred a few bottles,
and it restored her in a, few weeks to complete
health. Your Sarsaparilla is without dodbt.,4i-
equa3led in disease incident to the West, and if
yon think that thi communication will be ot Use
you are at liberty to use it as you6 choose.
Yours. respectfully,
.. .. *. : CHARLES H. SWAIN.
Canker in Ihe ITloutl,.
SBelow is an aCnc' t of another child saved.
Dr. Tlwnsend's Sara'iarilla has saved the lives
of thousands of childrei. The lollwing two
certificates are selected from a g'eat nlrmber re-
ceived this week.
New York, April 1,1847.
: -.-'Tnrier'n4. D!ni7 r O', oF ay children_
was very sick witll a Ctni-eF in the M0Irh and
Throat, attended with great debility. It came
near dyirg I [ obtained some of your- excellent
medicine, 5d it cured it directly,/for +which I
assure you+I feel very grateflnf. > ;
YOnra, res',ecIfuIlv, v ; '
.1ELIZ ABR'FH FOWL KR, 27 Desbrosses-st
its! Fits! FIts I
Dr. Townseiii. not having toted his Sarsapa-
rilla in cases of Fits, of course rneverricom mend-
ed it, and wa rimlurpri~ed to receive the allowing
from an intilligent andl respectable Farmer in
Westcheater county:
"Fordhlm, August 13, 1817.
Dr. Townl,nd: Dear Sir-I have a Ilttle girl
seven vearn of age,' who has f.en several vyars
afflicted with Firs; we tried alnxt evervihing
for her, bnt without s, nces; at li3'talthnuir h we
could fi~d no reciimvnendifion in out" circulars for

Faawlike h vri. we thi,.srhtas he Wn isn very
delicaire healtl, we would give hep 9 yne of your
arsaparilla, apd-are very glad we did, for it not
only retired her .4rrength, butshe hat; had no re-
turn of Ihe Fila, to our ireat pleailt.re andl s',ir-
priie. She i4 fat hecWo;ning rugged and hearty,
for which we feel gratefull .
Yoursi, reslletfill v, '
rFewnrlo It eilci"e.
Dr. TowIP i-el'- qiraparilla is ia sioverci,,n-and
one lyh" nre-f)r In--ioient C. -1'11--ntion, Brren-
if,, Pr i! ,t"' Uteri 1, ,r Fallinx ot' the Wornmb,
"'I-Itive ieaq. Pila', !.4I -nrrh-ei, or Whitpq, ob-
;'r,-'ie I ;,r di .Intuh) Me-nrnliin. Iinnntiiente
cf Cri'e. or involuntarv discharge thereof, and
for the general prolration of the_system- no


rTHE Subscribers 'have on hand and offer for
JL sale on.liberal terms-
StGARt-;iD hhds and 50 bbls N. Orleans;
10 boxes Woolseys & Stuart's loaf; -
FLOUR-100. bbls superfine St Louis and Ohio;
COFFEE-40 sacks Rio and Maracaibo;
MOLASSMF--10 bbls new'crop ; I
W HISK EV--50 bbls and halt' bbis;
LVID-,5 bbls and10 kegs-5 .
SOAP-80 boxes pale,-yellow and'"whirte;
STARCH-10 bohtf C61gate's;
POHI K--O bbls mess -ad prime;
BEF'K--', bbls prime; ,
TOBACCO--5,J bxs and hf bxs favorite brands;
BACON--5 casks sides and hams;
MACCARONI-5,boxes Italian;
VERMICELLI--.5 do do;
CR A N BER R IES-20 quarter bbls ;
DOMES:I'TICS-25 bales sheetings and shirings;
OSNABURGS-- t10 babies Lowell and Georgia;
GLASS--20 bxs-lssarted sizes;
RAITSINS-100 wVhole, hf and qr boXes;
BTUCWHEAT-20 kegs new;
ALMON'DS-200 pounds;
'BUT'TER-25 kegs Goshen and Western,;
CHEESE-20 bxs English dairy;
BRA NDY-3 hf pipes Otard, Dephy & Martel ;
LEMONS-5 boxes Sicily;
WINES--20 doz superior Maderia and Sherry;
ALE-dozen pale;
Pickles, Sauces, Olives, Brandy Chernries and
"Candy, a full assortment.
C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 28 52 Water street.

Bootls and ShOes. .
BOY'S Whnd Men's RooWt ffrogans;
SMen'ssew'd alnd peg'd Kip Brogans";
Gents fine CalfBrogafis ;"
Wm's peg'd and 'ew'd Shoes; Children's do. do.
'Super Ladies' Ktd and Morocco Shoes;
'Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
a large and extensiveassortment,just received
an rf6isale by rWM. G PORTER & CO.
Dec 30 41 Water Ll' eet.
Oil Cloths and Carpei .
PCS OilCloth, I and 2 yards wide;,
0 3 pes 'siper Ingrain Carpetiig;
2 i'< Sfair ,
:10 Tufted rugs,I. .
For sale by WM. 'G. PORTER& CO.
Dec 30 41 Water'street,

A man by the name of CLJBPP has engaged with a
young man of the name of 8. 1. ,Townsend, aiid
uses his name to -put tip a_ raplrila, which they
call Dr.Townige's arsiabarilla, denominating it bEx.
UI.XV Original, etc. This Townsend is no doctor, and
never was; but was f6iriely a'woiter on raiflroads, ca-
nals, and the like. Y'et he assumes the title of Dr., for the
purpose of gaining credit for what he Ls not. This is to
caution thie public .not to be deceived, and purchase
none but the GEN'UINE ORIGt[.41L OLD Dr. Jacobh
Townsend's Sarsaparilla, having 'bn it 'thie Old Dle.'
likeness, his faintly cEt b'f arms, 'and his stgnathteo
ioross the coat of.arms.

"Wtarraited to Cure."
fOSTER & 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 ol
general debility or weakness now known, for sale
by t(April 27],., H FrA]LL.
Blank Books and Stationery.
L EDGERS, Journals; Day Books, &c.
50 reams F-.),,lcal, and Letter Paper;
Cotton M.-,inrandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks tor Letter Press.
Blauk Bills of, Exchange and Checlks,
SJust veceivedand for sale by,
March I H F. ABELL.

Alav 1, ISn'9.

Iroi I, Nalis, Steel, e.
"tI'ONS S-'eeds, Amherican and English
t30 Iron, asso-ted sizes;
30 dozen BradeO Hoes;
20 dozen Crowv. do;
40 dozen Shovels and Spdeds;
TbO kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
500 Ibs Cast and'German Steel;
20 doz Collin's Axes, Georgia and Kentucky
._._lattern..;_ .. .1 i j -
2 boxes Cotton Ci'ds ;;
4 do Coffee Mills;
10 kegs 5 and 6 inch Spikes; for sale by
C. A. GREEN & Co.
Dec 28 52 Water street.

S'PrjlikciainbFflcis Itr2 tassuvyi; JMki rA -'rty.
GnIuif1 Townsend Sarsaparilla.
Old Dr. Townsend is now about TO years of age, and
has long been known as the AUTIrHOR and DISCOV-
SEMD SAlRSAP.4RILL.q." Being po.ir. he wascom
polled to limit its nmamifacture, by which means it has
been kept out of market, and the sales circumscribed to
those only who Bhad proved it worth, and known its
Value. It had reached the ears of nrmuy. neverthehens,
as those persons who had been healed of ,,.re diseases,
and saved from death, proclaimed its excellence and
wionderful *
Knowfng, many years agro. that he had. by his skill,
shbce and experience, deviled Oan article which weld
Ie of Incalclulable advantage. to mankind when the
means would be framished to bring it into universal
notice, when its inestiipable virtues'would be known
and appreciated. This time has come, the means are
ptrppiiod.; this
is manufactured on the largest scale, and is called fbmt
throughout the length and breadth of the land, especial
I ir t is found Incapable of degeneration or deteriora
Unlike young 8. P. Towasend's. it improves with ae,
and never changes, but for the better ; because it irpre-
Dardd on scientiic prn.ctples by a. ctnt(fic man.. The
thghest knowledge of Cheinis.y..pad the latest discov-
dries of the-art, have all been brought into req-mirtin in
the manufacture of tbe Old Dr's Snu aparll... The 9nr-
saparilla root, it is nell know n to Inedical men. contains
many medicinal properties, and some properties which
are inert or useless, and others, which if retained in
preparing it for use, produce fenren.tiowt and acid.
which is injurious to the system. dome of Ite proper
ties of Sartsaparilla are so volatile, that rtiey Erntirely
evaporate and are lost In tei prela'ilon, if they are not
preserved by a scientific process, known only to 1h1se
experienced in its mannfarltuie. Moreover. these rola-
Itleprinciples, whichh fly off in vapor, or as an rxhala.
lion, under heat, are the very asivenral medical proper.-
tis of the root, wlich give to it all its value.
Any person can boil or stew the root till. they get a
dark colored liquid, which is more from 'e coloring
matter in the root than from any thing else; they can
then strain, this insipid or vapid liquid, sweeten tith
sour, molasses, and then call it "SARSAPARILLA
EXTRACT or. SYRUP." But such .is not the article
known as the
This is so prepared. that all the inert properties of ine
saraparidlla root are lirst removed, every thing capable
of becoming acid or of fermentation, is estracted nnd
rejected; then every piarticle oftnedical virfne is secured.
in a pure and concentrated fonr ; and thus it Is rendered
incapable of, losing any of its valable and healing
properties. PrelarPdi in this way, It is made the Biost
p6werlful agent ,, tlhe
Cure of isnuniSkerlbiloe dimase.
Hence the te.i...n -wby ute heal .nommondnaloson
every side In its favorby nmen, waeh and children. We'
find it doing wonders hi tht enr o .
P.F'IrT, and In .tEOtUM..TIS.A, SCROA7/..A
TICV, PIMPLE.S, BLOCTSES, and all afreetI6ns
brislug froul'
it possesses a marvellous eflcacy in all comptiaits aH
sinlg from hdlfertion. front .qcidity o" the Stmach, from
unequal cireoulation, determination ou blood to the head,
palpitation of tbhe heart, ild feet and hands, cold chills -
and hot flashes nver the body. It has not its equal in
CoTds and Cvgs; and. promotes easy expectoration
and genie perspiration, relaxing stricture of the lungs,
throat, and eyery other part.
But In nothing isitls excllehce more m.niR.y seen'
and n.tcnowledged than In all kinds and staek 6f
It norks wonders in cases of Fluor "lbif n" Rhites,' -
Failing of Us woM),. Obstruct Suppreitd. or Pimfut
MtsM,,lcrreasulril:of the .nistrol .irro,', a .. the
like: anU Is as efieettual In otniing atl ltel!m. of rd-
a% Disetat '' i" i 'I
y reio"hl b Otmisttions, sd rel4ny:l& I "MeIbna
system, it gives .tone and s.tregth to ire whole body,
and thusAures allflinns6f I
TNervon, disease aNd debility,.
"ta thus prevntsn or relleves a .gedt v'tyfopf Other,
maladies, a Spina Irritatiom. e8rafi., at ifitw
Daac,-,.,i-, in. fpep"s i 9, 4l. v M= as. *. .
It cleanses the blond, excites the liver to bhalty as
tion, tones.the stomach, and XlTe. 'MAd.Id tionr, .
nevs the boweld of torpor nnd eohsttpl.o. sllay .
nainmittion, .pifles the skin., equtlse* flW"eftrcatonl
of the Blood, mrloaclng Onloe warnith .eqL4.JiH oe.
the body, and the insensible poloptilaim relaxes all
stricuetures and tightness, removes ail obstructions, and
invigorates the entire nervous system. Is not this then
The medicine yon preienmdently needl
But can any f these things be ld oof.! P. Townosepra'
Intnerinritlci "fThils nng mUen lnald .ri ot to be
weeamse of one GRAND FACT. tbat the one is LNCA

New Dry Goodi.
A USTIN & I.ONG, successors to J. Stevenson
& Co., are just opening at the old stand, cor-
ne"r Water .and Cihestnut streets, an entire new
stock of DRYJGOODS, SHOES, HATS,,&c.'to
which they invite- the attention of the former
customers of the ld'firm, and the public.
Apalachicola, N6v. 11, 1848. 43-6m




For 'Sale.
21V MAHOGANY Conting House Desks. Ap-
ply to ]. S..HAWLEY,:
Nov 25 "Columbas Block.

., Furniture.
1 MARBLE Top Centre Table, -
1 French Brdtead and Bedding,
1 Dressing Bureauii, tmarble top,
1 double marble top Wash Stand .
The above Puinilure has 9nly bieen in use a
few months, and wilt be sold low. Apply to
Jan i8 J. DAY & C-

SHEET'INGS, Shirtings and PrintS, by the
Sbaleand case, low for cash, by.
Dec 9. O or. Water and Chestnut sts. '
Tanueks' Oil,
IVOR sale by :
' 2Dec 30 BELLISON &. Co.

Diny Gdods.
r[HE subscribers olTer for sale a rarge and sea-
L sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
N4egro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Ried Flannels,
SBangulps and Tweeds, !
Super plain black and fancy Casametes,
Super English -and French Cloth;s,
L Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12Bi
Duffil Blankets, 8,-9'and 10,lrs.
Marseilles Quilts, 9; 10, 1-1 and 12 qi
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnahnras,
-_lton Drilling and Ticking, '
iner'--narid frotf(n Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirlin- and Sheeting, \
Bleached Cotton Shirtinig and Sheeting;
I English, French and American Printi,
SExtra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
, -, Super Cashmere d'Ecose,
- .:; Extra supl.r Muslin de Laine, '
SEnglih, Scotch and American do. .
Super Italian black and figured Silks, -
S.Black Silk Cravats and fanev Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, -
Englishand American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs, ,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hne,"
Super Satin. MarseiMes & Worsted Vestings,
SCotton and Flax Thread,.. ..
SPlain and fiz'd Svis, and checked Muslins,
S'Jaconet and Cinarific Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Ti"pe, &c.-&c
,lVhich have been .*iected *t h great dire in
New York and Boston, from Importersahd Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or detail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 30.1S47. 41 Water street.


Wood Ware, &e.
B ARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour
Pails, Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,
Brooms) &c. &c. for sal- by -
.-,Dec 9. Cor. Waler and Chestnut sts.

T'HE Subse'ribers lake this minX .q( tei--
Sing the citizens ol Aliala'chicole Ind its i|'-
Cinitvy, that Ihe. have now do hand t v..ry neat
and well rlected Stocg ol GOODS, jithich Will b6
sold low, comsitling in part aaflbfH ,: '
Cloths and aeimiee, vahloes st.vl '
Fwnry, Prin'Is- ,. do. 'l' : .;
Alapacra Lustlre; db. Figured,
Silkhg Frode Ryne, ,. .;
do Monlella
do. Salin Slriped "'
Fancy Cashaiere Rob'es ,
S do. .ho. o. "' ('"
do. Delaine .do: :, ': "
Muslins, ThdiaBAdk '" '
do. Swi* '&fCe ahd!t .',r,;" :; .:
S..Edgingsjj', L Cap, ;tfd'irireWlr t i# -,.
ShawlaS, Brtos.Silft ..YI "': .: [., I- ..
do, Mariao, ,, \'.-
ddm Plaid.Wol ";- t,
Kid, Laee and Sik Gbov ,., ,e r "
Tuskad Tipoey.19 n ,lal20, htrll
Ritmbbh8s l d,"a'i' eWe .. .
M"Brl0 Shiitii 7.8, 47 44 aN'14 ""r-;

Banke% 4,a o. d ,',- ..,rf l .."; -hI

.Hats and Caps, all stylde".;:i 1,, JII'3m ;
BootleapA Shoes .s .. ;h -"
Clothiing'ol all kind&. '
Also, a neat assortment of JWEIk"
many other-aricle ,nQur-pj'

' 3 .. ........

Bagging and Rope.
C2t{\f\ PCS. superior Kentucky Bagging,
900 PS s oo ooe
.... 100 coils J, 4 Rope,
.Just received and for sale low for cash, o."ap
proved paper, by
Feb, 11 46 Water street.

0Tk BAGS; 25 kegs new Buckwheat, just re-
ceived, and for sale by., : ; :-
-Jan11 C A GREEN& Co.
Georgia 06naburgs,
FOR sale by HENRY YuUNGS, -
SDec 28 53 Water street.