The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1853
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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(priginal qrontti utions.AT the unruffled bosom of tho great deep... I when seized by a Body of lawless>meof cr'sustains these positions: try .the.facts l lg in rightful l judge," a this affair,and 'the" in.I. 1 is of European origin)' does not exceed

the storm, the.wreck the_ .end of all things she did not even pretend to have'any color sta'a mae and'the citation of numerousapproved jured party, too; :He baa investigiteditatheritspronouneedjndgnientagainstAus. ,. that of English C11root&he..d claw.>

tn, SrEAMER MARION, ) -amid darkness sadness and I of authority, and received from them authorities. He also maintains i It is, as I perceive b'or I
October 10th, 1853. jTo gloom by the Austrian naval officers; that It is in the same manner that bis domicil had tria,,.and acquitted the United State;'yet, the'4th,of August;:'*,tureen.on" tie,tmJperial I -1

the Editor of the Newt-SlE: As Again, the voyage ommenced''wben now avowed tbat: the Austrian Consul- not been forfeited by his temporary ab strange as it is, Austria has called the treasury.- It must, In its present

the sky is overcast with darkness, or General instigated them; that it is also !sence. The-right to protect anyone thus United States to an account for violating state, stand high on the list of colonies, .

it is customary now+days for every man weeping great rain-drops, while friends admitted that the Turkish authority for entitled to our protection is avowed and sovereign territorial rights of the Empcror which, .(as appears from Lord Grey recent j l 1-1

who leaves home to say,through some onpf gather about us,with saddened hearts and this act had been refused ; that an imperfect the obligation is denied of explainingsuch of Turke work on ,the colonial policy of your ,ft.

the many channels offered, what he copy only of Koszta's certificate was conduct to any foreign power. In The conclusions tt' which the President I administration,}' are' renrdod ,by not*

while I shall take the libertyof weeping eyes, to bid us farewell under produced; that, opportunely, the American obedience to laws, payment of taxes, sub has arrived, after a fall examination 'of than one active and influential party In

sees away, inauspicious circumstances-perhaps for- sloop of war arrived; that its commander mission to ,various vicissitudes, to the disasters the transaction at Smyrna, and respectful in England u ineumbnneet of which she, I.

offering my "notes" to you allowingyou ever Then comes the favoring breeze to prevent Koszta'a clandestine I of war, &c., the mere resident participates consideration of the views of the Austrian ought to_get rid, if she could do to with-

the privilege, as a matter of course, and smiling sky, under which we are borne removal into Austrian territory pending I in many of the duties of the citizen government'thereon, as presented in Mr. credit How different In all respects, the '

to accept or reject them, as to you seem the inquiry he was making into the case, and the protection of the mark of Hulsetoann's note, are that Koszta, when theasewltlsthe8tAteslylngontheoulfct .
onward. Then the the
the best. safely return- procured an arrangement for his .detention nationality is his right seized and imprisoned, was invested with In extent of sea coast, foth.
joyous kiss of affection-the tear of gratitude by intimating that he would compelit .J Respecting the supposition that protec- the nationality of the United States, and amount of valuable products furnished to ,

We left Jacksonville on the 7th inst., swelling up from a thankful heart- by for e. tiofrmay thus be claimed by mere agitator they had, therefore, the right if they the world's eoml erolt fn'th4 command: of i

on board the good steamer FloridaCharles the kind embrace that drives away the remembrance Mr. Marcy then replies to his imperial who may come to this country to obtain -chose to exercise it, to extend their protection rivers which penetrate:the heart'of.the t,

Willey commander. It is need of separation and the happy Majesty's demands that the governmentof a claim to it, and then retire to their to him; that from internationallaw continent, they.are the most InportaD ,as ".;,

less almost to fry to pttff either the Floridaor the United States shall direct KoszU : chosen scenes of excitement, Mr. Marcy the only law which can rightfully they are an integral portion, thoUnlon.They ,
I ending in brightness and smiles of that to be delivered to him, disavow the con says that "such a development would effectually appealed to for rules of action in this case are numerically all but a sixth part It.:
who have
Carolina, or the gentlemen which was begun in sadness and gloom.Oh duct of the American agents in this affair, disprove the fact that they acquired -Austria could derive no authority to of it The! very illustration made usa of '

control of them, as Captains CoxettcrancWilley may all of us, no matter what our call them to a'every account, and tender a domicile and title to nationality obstruct or interfere with the United by you,strikingly confirms i instead of confuting ,

have both long ago, by their good beginning t find rest at last, where partingand satisfaction proportionate to the outrage (the intention being inferred from facts as States in the exercise of this right, in effecting tho doctrine that "the condition );

seamanship and gentlemanly deportment, !II by proceeding to define Koszta's political well as declarations.) Protection over the liberation of Koszta; and that Cuba is mainly an American question." 4 ; ",
sorrow come no more relation to Austria and to the United adventurers seditions is I Captain Ingraham's interposition for his
in connection with their polite Clerks, or propagandists Mr. Everett hits the English Lord a f-c
: may write again from the City of States. lIe states the existing notions disclaimed. release was, under the peculiar and extraordinary .
Lewis Hour and John Kinguian, won the Gotham. allegiance to be, first, that it is an indestructible Again : By the laws of Turkey, perI I circumstances of the case, right hard rap in reference to the grasping policy "

esteem of all who ever travelled with them. Yours, &c,, ST. JOHNS. tie; second, tbat it is a civil con sons who are not of that country and religion and proper. of France and England in appropriating ".':;

To make finish of it, they are "Perfect tract, dissoluble by mutual consent ; and are received' under the protection' These ronolusion- indicate- to-- Mr the territories. of weak 'and unresisting .'. '

Bricks. ,"-- (P.- -B. -being- a latter-day- -improvement AIR MARCY'S LETTER ON TilE KOSZTAAFFMIt third, "the sounder and more prevalent, pf the'resident Consuls cf other Powers, Hulscmann the answer which the undersigned nations.. In reading' them '* lesson I ton -,

the old and favorite doctrine, which Mr. Marcy assumes, that irrespective of the country of their birthor is instructed by,the President to this subject,'ho remarks: -
on phraseof We regret that our limits preclude the the citizen or subject may at any time release allegiance, and international law recognizes make to the Emperor of Austria to the
"Consider too the recent antecedents
"Some Pumpkins.") Our trip on the possibility of our publishing this able document himself from the obligation and go and sanctions!!the rights acquiredby demands presented in Mr. Hulsemann's! : of the powers, that,invite as to disable our- ,

Florida was quite delightful until we Wo copy from the Baltimore where be listcth. These laws are muni- this connexion ; and Koszta was hence note. selves to the end of time from the acquisition ':

were off Darien, Ga., when we were trea- OHpper an accurate synopsis, which will cipal and limited in their action to the invested with the nationality of the Uni- The President does'noi' see. sufficient in of this natural .
with it territory for which they are enacted. The ted States, even if he had not been before. cause: for disavowing the acts of the American I any way appen. ; '"
ted to "North-Easter and
a furnish our readers with all the leading dage to our continent. France, within : ;
laws of Turkey alone, must therefore determine Now, in regard to excepted "mode" agents which are complained of by ,
came other things needless to mention.- points so clearly and conclusively reachedin the case in view. And what they of Captain Ingraham's co-operation with Austna. Her claim for satisfaction on acquisition the present century of Louisiana to say has nothing wrested of tho I ,-
Talk of romance and sentiment upon Mr. Marcy's Letter: arc? That was determined when Turkeypae our Consul. No offence was given to the that account has been carefully considered, moiety of Europe from its native sovereigns .

Barry Cerncvall's favorite-"The deep, THE UNITED STATES AND AUSTRIA. refuge to the Hungarian refugees in Austrian government through its Consul, and is respectfully declined. has possesed herself'by force of : :I-'

the blue, the ever free I I" I desn't think The correspondence between the Chevalier 1849, in defiance of both Russia and Austria whose fluency was'concealed and clandes Being convinced that the seizure and arms,; and at the same time' greatly

Ccrnevall. anybody real Hulesmann, Charge d'Affairs ofHis and was sustained by her own laws tine. The interposition Captain Ingra imprisonment ofKoszta were illegal and the discontent England of six hundred
Barry ever seen i Majesty the Emperor of Austria, andV. and the concurrent opinions of the civili- ham was: requested by Mr. Brown, our unjustifiable, the President also declinesto miles of the northern coast of Africa,with

eca- kk, or was so himself! There was \ L. Marcy, Secretary of State of the zed world. The Sultain, then, weak as Charge pro tern. Capt.: Ingraham tried give his consent to his delivery to the an indefinite extension into,the interior

not much supper eaten on Friday, as most United States, has already been published i be was, impcrrillcd his safety, by an adherence other means to effect Koszta's relcaseand Consul-Gen of Austria at Smyrna ; and has appropriated to herself one of the;

of cur company did not fancy "wittals" in all its amplitude in many: of the to the laws of his empire, and failing, menaced forcible means in resis- but, after a full examination of the case, most important insular groups of the Pa
Kossuth and his tance of force and The first as herein presented, he has i instructed the
companions were illegality.
of the day. We to cific.
under the circumstances. We had a specimen newspapers propose England, not to mention her other
afforded impart to the thousands! of readers who lr. Marcy comments at length upon this aggressive act was the seizure of Koszta undersigned to communicate to}Ir. Hnlse- I numerous recent acquisitions in every part
from the interior who ,
some case, and in his the viewsof -the first of national ship mann his confident expectation that the
may never pcrsue this :correspondence in quotes support improper use a of the globe, has,even since your despatch
amusement to observers during our short xtenso a correct undcrstandingof its spirit Sir Stratford Canning, the British Am- the imprisonment of Koszta therein. :If Emperor of Austria will take the proper of tho 16th of February was writien;,annexed
bassador at concurred Austria the conduct of the measures to cause Martin Koszta to be
and import. Constantinople, in upholds commander half of the Burmao Empire to her
trip.We by the French Minister, and approved by she is the first This restored to the same condition he was in
arrived in Charleston quite,early The Union, to which it was communicated aggressor. overgrown Indian possessions, on groundsif
the English and French Governments. act of the commander of the Huzzar led before he was siezed in the streets of '
on Saturday morning, and was awakened from the Department of State, jus- the statements in )Ir. Cobden'spamphlet
tifie.i its publication the ground that Aware of this, Austria refers to treatiesfor to the scries of other acts which constitutethe Smyrna, on the 21st of June last. to be relied
upon are upon-compared
by some gentlemen (?) who were engaged Austria, prior to addressing the U. States her authority to seize Koszta; but ground of complaint against the Uni. I with which the reasons. assigned by Bus .

: in ridiculing a copy of the Bible, government had made an txparte representation these treaties arc neither quoted from nor ted States. No one who would question MR. EVERETT'S RUSSELL.LETTER TO LORD rOlLS sia for invading Turkey are respectable.

with loud oaths and pointed to, and no ono to be acquainted Capt. Ingrahatn's right to arrest the .
very ungentlemanly f of the subject of complaint to appears pro- The reply of the Hon. Edward Everettto He concludes thus: ; ;
the, of before whom it with them. They were not produced ceedings kidnappers in the streets and
epithets. Witty young men they were, powers Europe arraigned ..
the and ill-humored of "You will ,I ..
'curt despatcn hope, misapprehendths
this in 1849, and it is not claimed that rescue Koszta from their uanas. it ne
who desired to make an impressionandI maturu judgment government, invoking and that a prc-the they have since been made; and their existence could have properly interfered in the first, Lord John Russell in relation to the Tripartite spirit in which this letter is written!
know, for one, that they succeeded circular letter in which this was done was is denied by the Turkish Ministerof stage, he might do so in the last. The Treaty has been received by all As an American citizen, I do not 'covet .'
Reader what kind of a Affairs and other func actors all wrong-doer and if they the acquisition of Cubyr either peaceably
you can imagine apparently intentionally published in the Foreign high were ; parties with satisfaction. The length of I -
one a beardless young gent,whose mother leading journals of Europe. Respecting tionaries. But mote thin this, chanced to bave the possession of ana- or by force of arms., When cast my i

should have charge of him fur sometime the veitlitt of the governments addressed, "The government of tho Porte has pro- tionar Lip, and converted itintoa prison, the document has prevented us from publishing thoughts back upon.our brief history as a '
the Union that Russia and Prussia! nounced a judgment in relation to the that ship was not entitled to the privileges it entire, but enough may: be nation I certainly am not led to think '
yet, would make when engaged in such became voluntary says parties m the contra- seizure of Ko!-zta, which Austria herself of a santuary.: gleamed from the extracts which follow that the United States have'reached tho ;.

business. is bound to It has It was the understanding cf the parties final limits of their growth,'or-wbat eome
ver!'y by instructing their representatives respect. to convey an idea of the tone and spiritof
the that Knszta should be retained to much :the. ".same,thing} that representative -
I Our stay was necessarily short in Charleston Washington to intimate to the President against conduct of the Austrian agentsin at Smyrna the whole.Although. very ,
J their in the view that affair as unlawful and a violationof while the question of his nationality was government, religions. equality,
but short it favor- general concurrence
as was we were .
the letter of Mr. Everett is the trial by jury the freedom of the *
its sovereignty but not one word'of pending. Capt. Ingrahara received satisfactory press,
taken Austria to the in ;
by proceedings
ably impressed with the city and its business the case ot Ko zta. But it is understood i complaint, nor a murmur of dissatisfaction evidence ofa design on the part unofficial, it relates to matters which arose and the; other great attrbu1rur"Ais.: ;

as well as the courtesy and cordiality that the cabinet of Paris has made knownto from Turkey against the conduct of of the Austrian functionaries at Smyrnaand during his Secretaryship, and as such 'required glo-Norman ciriliutioJi-afe," never,to gala' ( !;

with which the citizens welcome the that of Vienna its approbation of the the functionaries of the United States at Constantinople, to disregard this arrangement perhaps attention at his hands. a farther extension on this continent I
Smyrna has reached this and remove him clandestinely regard the inquiry, uOiIcr.wbatpqlitca1 i
farther South. We visited of the Austrian functionaries yet governmentThis
stranger : some proceedings .
After referring to the general tone of organization this extension i is to take place I
in the
is anomalous Aus- to Trieste. He was: placed ,
an perplexing
in KoszU case :
few business houses and found them filled regard: to at Smyrna, even upon
t the Austrian statement of those tria arraigns the United States for viola- alternative of surrendering the the dispatch of Lord John Russell,and as a vain.attempt,to penetratotbO inscrutable ; -.'

'j i with fine stocks of goods, and in charge of ; while the government of Great proceedings ting tho rights of Turkey in the Koszta! captive, without further efforts. and incase quoting his observation. : that: "the absorption mysteries of the future. "h will,' Jf ..1".
; pleasant and genteel merchants. affair Turkey the offended of refusal, to enforce it. ,The we are wise, be under the goidsneeofoexample r ; ,
i' very Britain has given no intimation that it ; party, exonerates government or annexation Louisiana! in 1803,
the United States and of the United States that ; I hope i it will be in virtus'of : ,1.
In the afternoon we repaired on board the American functionaries protests regrets
regards course of Florida in 1819. of Texas in 1845,and ,
I the peaceful arts, bv which well-governed : ,
against Austria our accuser for the he was reduced tOthis, painful alternative "
the steamer Marion, Capt Foster, commander as open to censure. very '
Mr. liulesinanu's same offencs." but it,cannot find any good reason f rdis. of California in.1848,had .not escaped the States extend themselves over unsettled ,

4 who was destined to be ourguar- reciting the incidents note of the commences Smyrna conflict by- But if Austria has such authority by approving: the course he pursued. The two powers," Mr. Everett; proceed osay continents, :My voicewas[ .heard at the :
dian for the boisterous "atersof first opportunity, in the Senate of the :q:. '.
j; a trip on assuming that the Austrian Consul treaties as she claims, it extends only to antecedent events qualify and legalize : S 'S'
01d Ocean," to New York. The Marion General "exercising the right of j jurisdiction "Austrian subjects," and Koszta cannotbe that act. If the conclusions heretofore "Most certainly l the important' and notorious States,in,favo: ;rof.. developing? the almost : ;;
such after been banished from arrived at are correct, the Austrian agents boundless resources of, the territory Already .- j l .,
is one of those four fine steam-ships which is guarantied by treaties, sub having events named by you-leading incidents
JametAdgert Union, J/artonand SoutJt- jecting Austrian subjects in Turkey to Turkey, Austria being a party: to the ban had no more right to take Koszta from ofthe history the United States jnoupathession, natber'tb4n'eeking !,i '.'
to enlarge aggressive: waiaStihlIcannotthink ';'"* "
i ishmcnt and also, since by a decree of the Turkish dominions than from the by
bad caused the ; be
consular jurisdiction, arrest : and of the world-can not_ supposed to
hat form the and It. reasonablehard1y ]
quickest most '
the Etnperonf Austria, the 24th of United States, and Capt Ingraham had ,
; that Koszta had left Hungary with have escaped the Governments of ,Eng .
pleasant route to or from the famed "Land: March, 1832, Austrian subjects leaving the same right to demand and enforce his respectful- n-.the part of England:and t "
Kossuth himself in who
pledging writing uot land and France, were parties to
France : 'while 1
4 of Flowers." Travellers by this route to return ; that Mr. Brown our chargead the dominions of the Emperor without release as he would have had: if Koszta some of the most important of.,the transactions )they *re'daily' expending '; "
permission of the magistrate and a release had been taken from American 'oil, the ;hcmse1vesoneeryzboreandinc1erjska: .
not interim in .
are annoyed by frequent changes, at Constantinople, claimingthat question. > and .
their dominions "
Koszta bad taken toward of Austrian citizenship(! and with an intention place of the transaction is immaterial, unless pushing by new conquests :
shifting baggage, &c. some step I laws extend And again: to the uttermost ends of the. earth', '
the _
to become Austrian municipal
never return, u law/uZ .
naturalized in the United States .
The traveller will find on board the submitted being a certificate thereof signature, emigrants and lose all their civil and political I over it "Now, it'is very; much in the habit ofa to call upoathe.1JniLed.Sfates, to bind : ..,
Marion that is dissent from ?tIreHulsemann's considerable portion of the Europeanpress thernse1vesbya perpetual compact never, t j
steamer everything necessary seal that if this certificate submitted rights at home. This forfeiture is Mr. Marcy does not j
for his comfort and convenience. or ;it would nothing more were than held to dissolve all connexion. views of the 'lawmakingpower to speak of' the steady and rapid extension under any,circumstances,, to admit'Into 1] '
prove of the territory" of the United the Union an 'island''which ties'at': their
for them in
That Koszta declared himselfa but no application
and his intention becomea Hangs ; sees :
Capt. Foster is a polite gentleman an be bad expressed: to doorsand'. .
President has instructed States as the indication of a grasping commands thCentranOeintothe ,, ;
this The ,
Han: on board the Austrian vessel though connection. -
citizen. It i is then affirmed that Koszta "" "
able seaman, and exerts himself render -abroad tho spirit on the part of their government and interior their continent" ,".
has never ceased to be an Austrian subject stated by Mr. Brown, who was not present our agents respect : .
the voyage pleasant to his passengers. that the laws of Austria do not admit his; is denied by Captain Ingraham,who nibtsofall. !nations.. ,The appeal of Austria people. The subject is rarely alluded to, FLORIDA.' : -'!*

His assistants are all capable men,to judge right to expatriate himself; that Koszta was. It is therefore at least doubtful if .to other governments implies that our by one school of transatlantic.. public writers :From what,- we have observed for'sere- '
other Thus the
from the which the he said so. Mr. Marcy concludes that government is'acting upon some new for. any purpose '
manner in steamer declared himself to be still a Hungarian; ill monthspast have' ev ;riobelieve
those who acted of Austria but Mr.; Marcy is confident that, public mind of! the civilized world is poisoned ryreason ,' '
on the part principle,
has ben worked during this and that the United States themselves is tbatwe'are about t id lose quite l_
voyage. not
There only manifested
here : *gainstus.
in his had no right whatever to1' seize and Jmpri after due considetationobe views.
Let word in reference the refuse passports to persons standing : of these writers number of our citizens, as well 14t1Iiir '
me say a to taken of the affairs atsmyrna those p6w. on part an
Koszta ,
the mode son ; and.he proceeds to saythatthe
relation. But adopted by our tide of
personal by
,ft emigrationtowards
to the and property
I entire insensibility beauty :
this which Have been to '
eating department, as always concerns is the Turkish authority being dormant, era so prompt censure '
agents! to settle the matter most :, Florida, and which really seems ,
the wayfarer as much as anything clae.- legitimate! ground complaint The act Austria without' any authority makingthe will be equally prompt :to,correct,hare any formedin ,preidpitate possible grandeur to of,:Europethin the jrork-morebencficentif to us.Jn'the relief "to. be"on,the'increase.- Tit S Florida :j ;:

John Ryan, the steward, manages this of violence committed by Caftam Ingra- capture by Greek ruffians violent judgmeDt'they''may it is affording her-bnt.1re Are.actually possesses" but a sprinkling7 population J I .
ham is declared to:be "a of war manner, and the'American officers being regard to it They will abundantly compared to
iervait4tent but the sui-
admirably as all can bear witness who times of..land- .
satisfied that the of this held. .up at as a patF.ozf
committed in full in a neutral."- present (even if they had no authorityinln agents govcrntment eesawhicbseems'olitteud( thi amcnltoral .
makes the Marlon a home during a peace in that transaction have' respected piratcs.Itwa3 partly,my object to conn*
voyage This is nroved from Vattel's Law of Na- d Government) all-were' :without < 'pursuits i in nhU Stale, has lately ginanimpUetGWrtfrof1oand :",
frum New York or Charleston.The tions.: 'Ii is then argued with referenceto the pale of civil or international law-all international law, ana :.in no particular teract this had-been disposition natural snow growth tflttoirgrowth that .

servants on the steamer are all our own acknowledged authorities, that were in the same condition" in respect to trausgressedtherestnictions it imposes.-! ont a' of J short staple cotton 'to leek its'viofcnCand
most accessona. territory >
earned this important
In aomeiustance.s have '
white men, and I must say they are the Captain Ingrabam assumed to do what rights and duties as they would have been they Trbich' )thgoveinment had taken plbygratftationai<< transactions productive soily and with the,exception of '
only Congress had a right to'do. This in an unappropii region beyond th4. !righttof: protection to Jimits which Franco andSpain the article of cottony the resources:of:'tho
most polite and attentive act of assistantsI would notTentuic because I if; !to England, .
confines civilization pege of '
-- ) subjects ? : '
acLwas,00mInitted i in a friendly : country,have been .
port and coaparativelyjmcpeaed
} other -
been 'partiesT
had 1P cases
have ever travelled with. We passed boUi cations, which all nations acknowledge the)law of.nature, moral" gents; YWh would, not feel justified) approach f nor .the; of 'causes'which ,necessarily ,'the dimat and quality!tile soil giv
by operation
the steamers Jama Adger and Osprey on should be absolutely 1nviolableThisasunrptiOfl .'- should simply dounto others :as they bavennyoneoftbcse. nations been disposedto i influence the occupation. and ing peculiar'advantages fhthisarticleoTer '
; of this fronf
I would others do them and beneath abandon the exercise right
Sunday night about 12 o'clock, exchanging 5s. ably argued by alluiions I I unto timid ihat"U : settlement ofa new country,in strict con the Southern State*?; Flondailandtzar :
might possibly
tho weak from the of the a apprehension
signals with the former vessel. to American: and' other 'authora.A .-' prevent, : tyranny. brine tfiem into ,an-,occasional l collision formity with the-laws.of nations' and.' not abundant but.rising in,Tain* every.Winntboro 1] ;
d'thus terminates the communication strong. ; in violation *f theni J*' ":' &, (?,.RegitUn '; '
The Unite ,
.have.ot.Ye'1 on t. with .other ,,: ,
many passengers powers r. "
But to. the ? .
1csmann. place justationofb49iirpan
of lI -
board this trip as travel is Mr. I States ask no more-'than' has been conceded ;To meet one of tEe grounds which Lord r' i if ,
now directing aed
Mr..:Marcy replies by "more folly agents still further. beyond con ; contented GA.Qct4 '
.its coarse! to the less rigorous. climate;,of clearly" stating the facts, the points? added trpyersyKozta.bad; "tne national, : char 'c- to.othqiandiilF: not )be John' Russell urges' -that of' geographical j ,Editon:Gre<3ryurI4avft bat.A fo :

the '"Sunny South," where I trust many and! points of difference being i ,.t that Rozsta ter'of an American, and the Government' with- less., follows proximity:-to how 'that* Great Britain i D ntioeitionsbejsjttionofaege: '
Kossuth of the United States bad'the to Mr.\ : MarcyVcoBclusion'is as : hail storm that*w pt-ov r thir: 'vicinity
of them will find pleasant 'homes in did not 'leave Turkey with ;that 'right extend has'i greater interesfb'the, acquisition of
a it i is doubted that he pledged himself not its protection over him. The certificate Before closing this commdnicatiori'/the : Cuba than the United' State*,'Mi.'Eterottsaysi about 6o'cIoek.: i .P.l1LIt.a forthcoming I .
climate :that will Invigorate and '
restore .to.return; that4 he was banished"'from he bore and exhibited .to his persesutors undersigned briefly notice the: cpttf- : *"" was unheralded anli4t&eteritj; uae- -
the health many of them has bartered 1'lfrkey.in form by Turkey: 'but infect' wasgAOuiueinditClothe4 him with plaint ofAualriaagnst5pt.'IngrRl1&m qualed:by precedent withia.th: *:roollection .

away'in.the' race7 for gold, but they cannot by Austria; that be !on sltt of July, American ,iJa oba ity.. A, nation' :canvethisrot for..violating theneutra1soil4 the :Otto ,"You ;observe, ineffect that Cuban 'of' ..tbe oldest.inhabitaaV-:;; Tire t

enjoy after having'won it Ob, bow 1852, declared biSinteution'of becoming g i! n.to..others than naUve man empire.-: .The right of Austria to,call aomewbat J'ertQ Jamaica jJultedStateaid than !ifcls$ hail wai of themxfi of {**robbiaV a citizen of this republic f that*private born or adopted :.citizens. :The 'doctrine the.Unjted Stater an .account for: the !tbe-narcstpattpc the : say twice a :Targe phojreTwrtkk:. _y I
many dreams of.life,and cherished hopes thwr aetifetnSbe: .' sovereign ', consider. this as showing hat ..ecan.4thvgratcr J tw 'I,cannot' f
business :led hint bock international law"admits!bI,. If gives cta 0( : you ; say. Jts-siffiecttJ her r.werannmisUieible. -
of, our hearts Are scattered. as the,car: of temporary,where he held ft ezkererY5{ .tne, jj4tio5atclarac&r: ..,." >f a'counfryjto. illresidents tetrtonaaIrigbta' 'of'Turkey: is not ; -interest- 'in'the'wlmdthanyou .. \!Tna _,
myrna have. 323 '
Time roll slowly' on !I" HOT 1DaD1.10Ted kind of passport,;or letter of aafo conduct 4,'. "-w'to: have t.ttomjdl therein, perceivedanl4he74onOt! acknowledgeher I .._ of tbeir foliftgo... doW 4.woisbe I
;C:t < fov Jamaicabom the
"' to 'e% >tanat1Cm.: $ if i : :aanoe'isaMtioa aefetrittif -iadTkoagV'doae tbeAmouet-of .
ones/do/ 'we miss as we. journey on'to {the' osaallygfvenlby'foreign' Consult.iiX/Fur- 'whetherthejjrhlornot :1uIAerstn'oes right rcquire'any } -pelted, .I ;
id Great :Britain wbicorStesoh:
ad Uxthe t4 Jt.anything) ,WAS done { 8iyrils4ndTdgatibnbtbe 4-' to *
: iron tbiaxQontryjabr} w naUontlityTpf eC'CpI-1tL mimmurable
iwmtheyrxten4 ,
likeiifeiiaa kp.rrtop.rsonl pre ?
rdcraofEteiiityI: How much ; : ,;*. the Golf ot Jlexieorbeafl ti4)) '
mMm 'oi' T i.iJ and :.iL: ,:.. ,
: lc : 'urkiaW.Uw: Ihejo1 baJ'': ,.United.Bute, s,juu* lv'enjoins ; ? a;:: :1:: 4tZfr J1 3.T. r---1n!4 I
ticht.u'bl : : .
Ocean lDet faJi I rest of-the:American i Union, nI1 .I'Y rn -
\oyage mea -: liI ;'cesatSfaetOr'eZ- ; jjroaftto -
in gorerntwill
> rightt 1t4 .that''no? exe 'A1o<<: bs JIDQO 0t tJwr cations,to respeeif thiro, regard '
.times foul.-*gleam of bright\\beautiful x; .aJJid ot. to American. citi-! n tau't wn' bd LaU mj argument would,be |pod*?? fifttt.be i ifi r.Aidto;4oa eat iaAas I
uiiauewa tak.en'w'Jltr protepu1n
j ; t.'S -' Instructed'ItaMinister direct reverse'would,be,the caa.4smsearWidfr.antwleaay |-. u.IiIet.wear l'J'IJ'AAbI,...,.. A oqa- -', L'
-,:tposhioe' .here-. a fitful! fragment of storm charge hint with m political offenoeiduring .zen., :JtOOsOdestV.eTY COflfli7b'4whoxnay! be Eesident ';to'make:.his ::'thisknownto wkae &*,population -, baz1.1""f *.":.. ,l otjnges ,, ,', "
"cloud there his there tbiwavdngXiopportunity : right to,protect any : ,
I' -4
stay ; him. Ho is the and' thsi'oWy\ (of which not more thaa Onetzr sq J r.tU. .... ..
auspices-the wiling for a while on 1 to return to the United States clothed with its nationality.: Mr. Mar. judge, :'Ja : : .J.. J }, "- (

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TI1E CATHOLIC CHURCH RATES.IX THE UNITED '1 I *'LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.' A' MA'l'BEMA'I'Ic.U.-Como' four ho rs, when tho Indian Chief Sam And, whereas, also, notice of said asscssment --

The Steamship Atlantic arrived at New If a man is banished from the State, proposed an armistice,which granted. was regularly communicated to-
in the U ntcd Stiles
Wo ecclesiastical bare now Province comprising! seven York'bn the 16th inst., having left Liver "never to'return-ic&Atn/r' day," how Ten Indians were killed;aad 30 woundedthe the Savannah subscribers, and was called

: the 5th. much unexpired time of his banishmentwill whites had three and"eight wound for from them, "!'a common with the IQ.1Cn"be .
besides pool
fortj-two Dioceses, on remain, after voyage to Botany Bay ed. Among the killed was Capt. Armstrong ,., at Ju:k< !k Yicarittca-that is A aeAteh dated Vienna the 3d says : and back ? Tho Indiana have continued their And, whereas, also,,all of tho said 111becri-:

:_ sees The-Province,but committed of to New tbe The Sultan to-day, on the ,recommendation Mr. Editor-Tils is said very emphatically outrage at_other points. bers,,except Andrew Low & Co., Thomat

v- of the Divan, signed a declaration, or and be the Goy.Lane,of Oregon,and Lieut Aldcn, T.,Long, Lvj.and John H. GnnbyEsq.
ed of the Metropolitan See very truly too, to age ,
of the had been both wounded in have bolt
and its eight Suffragan Sees, : war aginst Russia. The, report says hostilities of The of invention and army, negteeteJ and wfosedurcouw
progress. genius with the Indians
an engagement, : on ply with the terms of their said
ford, Albany, Buffalo,Broo bve. already commenced. Th. discovery! !has made, and is making rapid BOngo river, the latter severely. tion : And, whereas, also, the subscript said sub
and PortJ
Burlington, Vt, Russians; it is :supposed, I have Attacked strides'in hitherto _new and unexplored II scribers are all non-residents this State

' -, ritory the State of its of jurisdiction New York, the is ; L L E: the Turkish position Routschouk.. ; regions. Hind is no longer tied to mAtter. '* Tribute of Respect and it is impossible to enforce payment,
*c Previous stated that .Austria SOLOMON LODGE,No.20,F.& A.M., said subscriptions by legal with.
r land: States, and the State reports We,dart through the air.on: the "forked process
JactmmUt Fla Ode 18, AL. .
The Province of 22,1853., had again tided with England and France, ; out greater ,trouble and.expense than the
and scarcely is
thought or a $, The great "Artificer of the amounts thereof would
of the Metropolitan: ,See Sees of] (.' and some new proposition was to be mad fancy eoncci'vedbefore. 'it flies to the uttermost Universe"' for the first time since the the Company,relying upon warrant the,geodfait1j although
its Seven
Ip p Suffragan '
that have to Turkey, when despatch from Con- of the earth. Nor is matter and integrity of the said subscribers
'. ChArlestonPit parts organization of this Lodge, removed by hays<

; ...:. 'f ing, Savannah, and Erie. : mentioned, stantinople of the 26th nit., announcedthat itself any longer dragging its slow length Death, a brother member from our midst, I incurred great expenses: based in part op*
the Statea Pensylvania of Baltzell the Divan had recommended the Sultan in Time's on sakt8ubscriptioB8: i And whereas,
[.t-: along, stage-coach progress. therefore bo it
ginia with the District of to declare war. The four opposed also, by the terms of the Charter, .tock-
Eight powers nomenclature has been new-vamped and
PI Resohed That the be forfeited
we deeply deplore may for non-payment of in;
;; 4 ; two The Carolinas Province, Georgia of and heard from, but the act. The fleets remained'Besika : at days have become hoars-hours minutes, i loss which our fraternity has sustained stalments after due notice by publication1

the Metropolitan See of the result. Bay.Koszta whilst space is only conceivable in the the decease: of brother GEORGE F. SKIFF, or circular, for two months, which term

- : its fivo Suffragan Sees, .' was to embark for the United boundless regions, where suns and stars and while we would not invade the privacy have been duly complied with There*
::1e: of that grief which words cannot fore be it
f eennes,Detroit, Cleveland Wright. States on the 21st by consent of Austria. and planets do their daily, and yearly assuage -
-4 together with the Apostolic : 252 88 The Cholera is slowly increasing in Liv- Who that lived : we beg to assure his bereaved companion Ordered, That the stock of the aboy.
journeyings. a centuryago of
; Upper'Michigan. ls( 80( 2 our sympathy and condolence, named ,Savaunab: subscribers, with the
. tion extends over Ohio, :SI 1 crpool. 1 and is permitted to rap himself into audIo recommend her to look to Him, exception Andrew Low ACo.ThomasT,

: ana and Michigan.\ : 12 111 EXCITEMENT is THE MARKET.\ -Th the passing intelligence of his former and to Him only. who can administer Long, Esq., and John H. Gunby, Esq.,

? The province of St. : 18 72 important advices from Europe were is- earthly abode, docs not sorely regret thai of comfort her distress.and consolation.. in the dark hour be, and the same is hereby declared,to bV

of the Metropolitan See of 23 sued in a second edition of the New York he was cast on this dark globe, ere dark- Resolved That in token of forfeited for non-payment of said insUl
Sees our paternal ment.
of the six Suffragan 15 98
Milwaukie, Chicago, 45 13 Express, early on" Thursday afternoon, ness was illumined by the brighteningbeams regard for our deceased brother, the members I Ordered That the Secretary furnish :a

i '& and Quincy. Its 277 16 creating no little excitement on 'Change. of its present irradiation ? lie of this Lodge, and all Masons within I copy of these proceedings to the Jacksonville

t ; the State of Missouri, 288 57 The Express of Friday says, holders of who faiut and wearily plodded his tire- its jurisdiction, will wear the usual badgeof papers for publication.

Iowa, Wisconsin, and the 57 25 of mourning on the left arm, for the space GEO. CALL, &! .
I : I' flour at once put up prices two shillings some daily journey, twenty miles a of !
the North-West to the thirty days ; and that the jewels and --
8 per barrel: but there were not many tran day-what must be his emotions, to find
furniture of the
LoOrro be also
".. vince of Oregon. 60 29 clothed in
{ The Province of New 5 288 sections at the advance, operators preferring beings of like matter with his former self' mourning for the like period of time. A prize fight took place on the 12th between

;;)fI' posed of the Metropolitan 1 215 to hold back until further a.dvieef.-! borne from one hemisphere to another in Ktsolced, That a blank page be left in Yankee Sullivan and John MorrisBey -

leans, and of its five :31 42 The sales! at provious prices, however, scarcely the quintriplo time of At* tedious our journal Proceedings, on which the near Boston Four ,Corners, on the
'. bile Natchez Little Rock 39 7 Secretary shall inscribe the name, New York and Harlem Railroad: aboutone
of I
! .J.1 were nominally large, aggregating 20,000 period life The obstacles of earth,
r' Natchitocb.es. Its territory 42 17 and date of decease of our departed hundred miles from New York City,
barrels. Prices of wheat advanced air and have vanished before
Alabama from ocean the in- brother. which was witnessed by nearly three thousand
State of Louisana: 109 11
!If149; f''' Arkansas! and Texas. 60 177 two to six cents a bushel. Before the domitable perseverance of man, and the Resolved, That copy of this Preambleand persons. It wa governed by the

, 'r"":' The Province of San } 3 169 news, the sales reached nearly 35,00'' lights of science and discovery. Knowledge these Resolutions be forwarded to the usual rules of the Prize Ring. At three

., posed of the Metropolitan companion of our deceased brother also minutes before two( dock in the:afternoon
\c4 : bushels, of all brand with daring audacity, has already ;
Francisco, and its two / s. a copy'to the offices of the Nines and Re- "Morrissey entered the ring and the fight
Fe. Its ( cmmce. Hogne. invaded the forbidden precincts of the icon with that commenced. On the first round the first
; 210 'JG) fpirit-world, and seems bent to stretch its blood in favor of Sullivan. Sullivan
California and New Mexico. lish the same.Fraternally. was
135: 27 New York Ti lifting under the head of"a
The Province of Oregon wings, and soar into the regions of the submitted. played carefully,and went down very o r.
the Metropolitan\ Sec of Ore 83: 83 revolution in journalism, notices two Creator's throne, unless another deluge I F. C. BARnETT,)) ten to avoid hits. On the tlairtl- Cfcoth

its two Suffragans Sees, 97 new inventions. First, the tnanufac'tureof shall check its daring. C. )I. COOPER, }[. Com'tee. round, a difficulty arose between the seconds
: 151 385 presumptuous
s7 Vancouver's Island. The \ fine paper) from straw instead of rags, ISAAC SWART, j during which.tiuio was called,whisk!
463: !92 But Mr. Editor amidst these
; *; tor states that by recent 171 155 by 31 r. Mcllier, a French chemist; and soaringsand The foregoing Preamble and Resolutions call, it is alleged, Sullivan did not hear,
irradiations of the mind and spirit is on account of the confusion.
Walla Walla has been Morrissey:
r : 20 16 second, an improvement in by a were unanimously adopted at a
;:: those of Oregon City and presses it not to be feared that the old fashioned regular was ready, and his friends took him out
64 47 citizen of New York. It : communication of "Solomon Lodge of the and claimed
The Apostolic Vicariate says I science, which boasted of a Euclid and an ring, the fight for him.
territory cast of the Rocky \ 52 .18 "It is a printing press, which at a mod No. 20," on the evening of the 19th inst. The judges decided he was the victor.-

committed to the 16 15 crate rate of tpced, will deliver thirty I Archemidcs, will be forgotten, and those THOS. DOUGLAS, W. M. 31orrissey was very much cut up, and his

:. Rev. Bishop Micge.\ We 51 63 thousand' sheets printed on both sides ina lights of its brighter days be lost amidst C. S. EMERY, Sec'ry. face horribly mutilated, but proved himself .

whether it belengs to the 5 5 s'uglc hour. Its movement combines the meteor glare of modern illumination -. to be a game man, but not good spar-
305) 296 the original principles of which JACKSONVILLE AND ALLIGATOR. FLASK rer. The fight for aside.
Louis or Oregon City.- Napier, and progress? I greatly fear so, sir, and! was $1,000 -
I J: 107 81 arc applied by Hoc in his! great press, ROAD COMPANY. The outside bets were 8100 to $SO in favor -
hence it is that I have the abstruse -
: ( 100 6 with and propounded :XECTPIG: OF BOAKD OF DlttECTOK, OCT. 13, 53. of "
z : REMARKABLE MAN.- some new beautifully simple ar- i Morrissey.
OJ' PRODITY. 62 58 rangcmcnts; and deuces of the inventor." question above-that your learned Board met pursuant to adjourment; I The fight lasted fifty-fire minutes, and

: Andrew Johnson, who : 22 32 readers may exercise some of their neglected Present: J. P. Sanderson, President; was vigorously contested,; on both sides.-

.::2 J elected governor of ; 58 81 r.a- The lion. John Y. Mas) has lore, and your legal ones deter- Messrs. Douglas and Lcdwith, Directors. Sullivan mounted a black handkerchief to
most popular whig of the \ : 100' 115 been declared Minister\ I show that be was bound to win
officially to France, of of or never
a matter important weight- Ordered: Whereas, doubts have been
: :: 72
4 : Henry, whose oratorical and will sail for ILn re, i it is said in the doubtful circumligation criminal jarieprudencc. expressed as to the ultimate completionof strip for another fight."The
second to those of other New York Times of the 13th
': any ,
HumLo1dtt on the 19th of next month. the road which doubts have influenced
the Union is VTATLA. it is that the stake
,) an .. says currently reported
subscribers otherwise well to
Indeed is in : Democratic .. disposed, holder has
thero the 2000
more given prize to
; up
OF NORTH CAROLINA.We .- neglect the payment of their instalmentswith
industry enabled [Communicated. Yankee Sullivan the
encourage probity, to an notwithstanding
ambition in the youth of Ohio and Cali ham from the proceedings of the Etlttor of the KCKS: Sawing a log the that promptness which is necessaryto judges and referee give a decision in favor
insure economical and
the Episcopal; General Convention that the other discovered connical an rapid pro- of the of "foul"
degrees, says tones day, we a pieceof of the work-Therefore, Morrissey, on ground
in that of any other public & difficulty in regard to the credentials of wood in the centre of the butt end.- gress RemJced, That the Board of Directors blows,"
of. At two years of age The inajjiity the Rev. Dr. Atkinson of Baltimore This is the Nineteenth Century, and
( ,) This cone measured about 12 inches in see no reason despair of the tptrdy com-
learn from those in at Boston Four Corners is in the land
was (we ') twenty not only -
States."s' Bishop elect of North Carolina, and the length and 8 in diameter. It was first pletion of the road. That they have expended -
of civilization but in
the immediate
ledge of early history we forty thou ,
of for machinery
1T: confidence) an inmate of the to have resignation of Dr. Ire, his predecessor, supposed to be a freak of Nature's handiwork tools a large carts sum money and other vicinity of two cities which boast of social
provisions, essentials
Wake county, North throughout. has been amicably settled! by the convention I but the aforesaid log being rotten in also in locating the route of the refinement and CLristaiu government Illow

remained: until his eighth resolving to accccpt them as valid its centre and the cone just filling its road and in opening several miles thereof, can such thing* to.
tailor Stale And not excite oar pceul wonder r*
was apprenticed to a expres and regular. The new Bishop, there void, we were constrained to attribute this and will immediately and energetically
His master if ho failed to and L.\TER-TUE ULE.-The Baltimore
fore, will be consecrated, and it is aid ingenious piece carpentry to the geniusof progress with the actual work upon the
him even the rudiments ; of the policy with great ceremony, at Trinity church, road ; and that. justice to those subscribers papers received by last night's mail,
education at least trained the logger, who has always glorified after the in
in New York, as soon as the convention who have paid and whoso money has foregoing was type, a
the truth, work hard, and shall adjourn. On the same occasion limsclf as being, par excettencr, 'honest.' been thus expended, requires the boardto telegraphic dispatch dated New York, the

ward in his dealings with PLANK ROAD. Bishop Ives will regularly deposed.BSSincc lIe shall have the benefit of an expla- enforce payment from all others by ail 14th, as follows "James MonT8Cywh0
When his apprenticeship fought with Yankee Sullivan Wednesday
S the legal remedies in their on
fixtures of a nation, and if not satisfactory, the publiccan power.
: Johnson married a woman the discovery of gold in Cal Ordered, therefore, That the Secretary for a wager of $2,000 near Boston
for the Plank read his name neatly cut with a
-- who knew Four Corners the
heart enough line of the N. York
ifornia, six hundred ships, it is said, have do proceed forthwith to cause suits to be
be able to aid him in ? ( North. .An marking iron upon the "curious and ingenious instituted against all subscribers to the and Harlem Railroad,died this afternoon

reading and, writing. ] the Iron Woiks gone round Cape Horn, into the Pacific, plug." capital stock of this Company resident in from the cflbcts of the injuries he rcccircd -

On marrying, just after \ town. which have: not returned. Some were The "curious" can see this clever specimen Florida who have not paid,.their first in- in the brutal encounter. His face:and

age, he emigrated to broken up at San Francisco, and some of the fine arts at tho mill-office fora stalmcnt; that James M. Baker and M. headwassocut and beat as to present ;a
work in
trudging barefooted, it is earn- found in most horrible spectacle* Warrants have
the W. Smith
employment Pacific. The Esqs., requested to superintend -
few days only, as it will be sent soon
faithful by bU been issued fur the arrest of Yankee Sullivan !-
helpmate ofCapt. abstraction of this large fleet from the At- such suits as may be brought in Columbia :
'. pack at his back. lantic Ocean is one of tho causes of the to Barnum or the Crystal Palace. County under the foregoing resolution as well as for the four seconds, Andy

tailoring, at the end of ten that part of the activity which has prevailed in the Eastern DECK-CAPTAIN and John ,P. Sanderson and George Shehan: William WiLon, Awful Gardiner

him in comfortable be for ship yards during the last few years. W. Call Esqs., be in like manncrrequcstedsnperintendsuchsuitsasmaybebrongbt- and Tom O'Donncll. The affair
position in that region j and ready in FROM MEXICO. has caused great excitement in the city"

by'dint of hard study SNOW ix $lA.lsE.-On Wednesday before By the arrival of the steamship Texas, in Duval County, and that said attorneys, This, we presume, effectually decides tho

moments; he had come to .-We learn last, snow fell in the town of Range- Capt. Place, we are in the receipt of our or cither of them. be authorized receive bet in favor Sullivan 1

: man considerable talker general the place on the Icy, (Me.,) to the depth of one foot.- regular files from the city of Mexico to subscriptions and pay the same over to the [&wasaalaCeoian_ IS/A.
on ---
Being a I he let inst., and from Vera Crux to the Treasure:
sent consecutively for a : contributed Between that place and Phillips, travelwas From the Maeon Telegraph.
stil inst.; And whereas also, subscriptions to the HEW LOSE FOR POTATO ,'.:ns.AUEnICUS .
.I Both branches of the interrupted for several days in conse Tho intelligence brought by the Texasof stock of this Company, were made in Savannah FEMALE INSTITUTE,
transferred The trees bordering the road
thence ho was quence. .
affairs the does under the
,of Representatives of the is di were so loaded with snow that they bent throughout country following stipulation, Sept. 29, 1853.
not seem to have changed. Santa Anna, viz : Messrs. Editors : It not be knownto
down and obstructed the may
where he served aixyears. of the way.
still continues to manufacture laws for the
I "Savannah subscriptions to the stock of all of your readers, that the Sweet Potato -
of he has
the Congress integrity oran he did. tIn New York on Thursday evening government; of that already law-oppressed the Alligator and Jacksonville Plankroad Vine may be sated during the Win

be thought of views such to the the Committee appointed to select the HXiplc. Company, payable in instalments as call- ter and used the following Spring, in pro-
affairs all do design for the medal to be presented toI General Lino Alcorta has been nomina. ed/or in common with the'IUb.wrikrs at pagating a new crop. I have tried the
takes of
public and
.tice to Believe that a more Alligator Capt. Ingraham, assembled, and tbo va. I ted Minister of War, in the place of tho Jacksonville elsewhere, and to be expended experiment during this year,to my entire

.-;:lator was never in the something rious designs sent in having been carefully late Senor Sornd, and has entered upon on the last twenty miles of'the satisfaction,and therefore foci it my duty

State: proceedings of inspected by the gentlemen present, the discharge cf the duties of that sccrcaryship. road. to communicate the result for the benefitof

Mr. Johnson, is Jot more of Directors, the choice fell on the one executed by J.Sloddanl,5: shares &C>., 2 ah'r the public.
seven of tgo at this Mr. F.Casali,of Howard slreer. The,27th of September was celebrated Anderson&Co.,5 J. M.:.Millcn, 1 In the Fall, (any time before frost,) the
: -jears with eclat in the of )Iwco.i .
,Been u much public service The following i is a description of the great city E. Padelford,. 5 ,John Boston, 2" vines may be cut in any convenient length,

mari of bis ,notwi stan age '
;J and-drawbacks ,by which his : which America, her head ornamented with a severe indisposition from being present Brigham, Kelly F.,A. Tuppcr 1 earth, to the depth of twelve or eighteen
ded.-Nla ( tiara, and her breast: covered with a cui and taking part in.tho ceremonies. The &Co., 2 La Roche & inhces, cover the vines, whilst,damp, with

,were, & ; ., George U. rass. She holds out her hand in a protecting civic ,oration was pronounced in,the Ala- Webster & Pal'Downe. 1" partially rotted ,straw, (either pine or

t trial for mur attitude towards a boat in the background made, by Col.,Orapficz, and was a very : nice, 2 Scranlon,John- wheat will answer,) to the depth of six

i '!TROOPS roa FLORIDA.- a verdict for : on l1ing'oszt.L... Her other beautiful. and patriotic address. In the I Hull &King, 2" slon &,Co., 1 inches, and cover-the whole with a light

ton (Star announces extensive 1 three hun hand grasps: a spcarcstinrP on a'pedestal. evening tho city'was illuminated, and Rousseau, 1" S.;Solomons, 2 soil about four inches deep. In this'way

; changes of stations of surmounted.by a'cap of Libcrtyi: Uchiri4 ,there was 3-grand serenade in the ".Plaza S., Wilm t, l. W. T. Thomp- the vines will keep ,during the Winter,
...recentJy.ordered by the War ioD, S. do Annas.. On the 28th funeral honors '
this figure is represented tho Bay Smyr W.R.Symons, 1 son, in the Spring they will put out sproutsas
:among which.wd notice one Col. B. M\ na: the American and Austrian vessels,, were celebrated in the cathedral in honor M.P.endergrast,2 ." A..Low &,Co., 2 abundantly as,,,the, potato itself when

idered to Fort Capron,. Eut McQueen : and the boat containsng Koszta before'alluded l. 'of f those who, ,fell victims to liberty. the N. B. Knapp, 2 I'.' GWGarmanyi: ; bedded. The draws or sprouts can bo

four eompuJes'ofthe 2d to: The'holc' 'encircled by a war independence.: "" .. A.A.Solomons, W.P.Clark, 1 '! planted first, and the vine itself can be

'i.'Peninsula of Florida, and one wreath bearing the following motto: Telegraphic communication. ;has been Jas. Sullivan: ,, 1', ." Roberls&Fortcft' *' subsequently cut'and used as we" general

Pe s co1&o ;:W of&trust this '; ; TO,THE'PAC-I "Do you;. 1stmth.'Piotection{ oflfcelTniUd SUtei t established between Mexico and ,Goana-. J.W.Morrell,2\ u RF.WoodiCo; ly plant slips. Thu,experiment is worthy -

foreshadowing active o & of subscrip "Th n yon shall UT,it,* juato. T.TeTfafrLong Fort&Danham,2 ," the consideration farmers, as it will
or" otherwise,' : S "Ingr&htm.' Don Rafael Rafael the '
newly appoint. save a : seed (particularly
4 tbo removal of.the. and Pac Sin jnu,July II,1853.". S C.A.L-Lamar; 1 : M.J.SolOmons,1 many
plUhmg edOonsul New-Orleans 'Vera CDcbeused
was at ntl.tions"hich
Aikin&Burns ", on largo pl
4 aD'object so ardently desired i opened for On the reverse side the American Eagle ? en to WB.flodgsoi5"Nevitt
? route however
; rnz, upon discharge LAthrop' S.M.Lafittcau\ 1 '" feeding.' Let every farmer,
is seated
on the-globe 'and S ,
1. : 11 \ bearing on duties .
Hotel or the his office.
: of ; mako. the for himself,
8iIAzxzTELZGWU ; : its breast.the arms of the United Stat.ei.Inmcdiate1yabov .& Stebbins, 1 T.MTurner 1 experiment
;" : he attendance The cholera still continues Its.ravages J. BvHendrick- C1ahorn&Cuni and be governed by the result.Yours .
-JTO FLORIDA.; :-The privilege l the head ofT,the. Eagle i in the State of Oajaca:. 'The Governor ,. .
jmarino ppbrrom the ; honrs, it :is is the.rising sun. This; "judo?'of ;the : son, : ningham, 2" S S respectfully,
had ordered be for .
a day to set apart n- SmOBEL.
P. A
g : ", .
: medal bears this J Henry{ ;"Lathrop S. S. Sibley 2'
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,ta the UDit States: has just as, rapidly incription. : era: fasting and t, and processions ? ,
prni ,
"Hd to. Mr.Saranel A. Kennedy : '., In that: *'ClvIILIberty: 'Throughout end Religion the-WorM.4 Independence.", leaded by the functionaries of the'church, And whereas, also,on the 14th March, S AN IsDuat SKELBTO .'_Worbnea

"i ciseo Noy, and Dr.Filipe Uioni of dol : rh daily J ..,narOhthaoughl tho'streets' ,..offering 1853, it was, at a regular meeting of the engaged in digging away portion of the!

-T -- ,.?,Caned, with:th*unanimous being beaded MURDER....::It reported lat, BryantAnderson t' up,prayers'to J.he'Moit High to_tat the Board of Directors, Bluff at the lower part of the Bay, preparatory -

3 tbe Real JnntVand the well known throughout,this1{region -' a cpufge.:Large donations of money" have ; Ordered, That an assessment of 20 percent : to laying the foundation for a

; imiuee.tor:& term. of thirteen : I ., ,The as a,jnurdcre'r, .and,'perpetrator of !b een forwVrded from different places todUiesufierers. be made upon the stock of this Company stonewall, which the City Council intendto

J yean. i.;It will extend. from a ; :among. 108 other crimes, was shot 'dead jn ,Calhoun .';- :O.Ddta. Oct.,12.IKDIAIT .' payable;: on or before: tho first day erect to preserve tho,bluff from farther

4Oerd4ntOth6U2aiDJABdJJf:: : : of the couq-. county, on Saturday morning Jat., The t .;" of June.next.> That 0.J.,ChoSee,Esq.;, destruction. A day,or two ago a portiomof
I The whole distance, about : more than. person comoiling the;deed is'said i to:have* 'WAE IN OftzaoN.-The hosti- be:authorized receive, the instalments the earth caved in, and expcsed the remains

J.f.oW:4t4eHnw-four '. The 'deliberately] taken his stand for Anderson/) 1i lies with the Indian,; i in which{ General from the Stockholders in Charleston, H. of a human being, no doubt an Indian -

jjWgert:table required will ...for. !dinner,' I and shot bin while''pus! g. 'Nine.tuck- Lnne'and Col Alden'were wounded, took R.'Fort, Esq.j i in SaT&nnah,1nd Gen.'W., who had been bunedin coffin constructed

rjailes.f' rhfflrneirto, built QOn, when a : shot cntercd the body beneath ,tho.,ann,, 'pl&CJ in'Rouge'river valley on the 26th B.. Ross 'in:Alligatorand ,deposit the of pine or cedar bark. The bark-

'!Sooclrcocipanj; to be formed were .causing almost instant. death:.: .N. aannaj184jns : : :of August. There was 90':'whites and same,'subject ta the order of the Treasuret was found: in :an. extraordinary state,ofnrescmtion

land: of Cuba and the United :. '. ...J ... "-_' -, .. 50 Indiansengaged,: ndikIrxnialiIata1_ of the Company .1 ". ,' : and contained ahunuasielt' -
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Zk, ;: 1or ; 9tteton. .

: From the size and form of the ,

atoil]], the remains are supposed to be tetcbanb, &t.lfO. itgalotit> -ntgtiIah! : tl ,

those of a female. These bones have no __ .4. BTmnPS BUILDiDfCl lfo.4'- ._'- .

doubt rested in the place where they were i 'C ..CHARLESTON J j4QRWAhiittiai
t aa T oST U'J',JACXSOVTILLX.TS For.the of'Hondo, .
discovered upwards a hundred years.Aetri. .- __________
now receiving a e.oI.p'assort- .
Colnab1aCout74priagTerm.I$3CUANc.y. ."' 3t *.kttZ Jte
SarallllaA JL meat of Fall and Winter DRR GOODS of the .

most fashionable and latest styles, embracing eve.rydeqcriptloa .- ,

aad variety C Staple and,Fancy George McClinah, AdMiaktrator the el .CAROLINA J MD F' gA.ift .
Special Notices.I articles. ALSO Rebeoea Charles, o
: _____ =- Groceries Liquors ,Wines Glass an!Crockery. I >. w .u 'Y" tV ICP H.ara.JMS
Hardware and a very large aad complete assort I Theodore afrldgelalstrat.rifiiet.to - 'I ', ", ._. Jia
SUblcr'sAnodjno Cherry Expectorant hr mint Ladies'.Gents and Children's Shoes Hats ADdml Charles, deceased,asS Bother the -THZ.CAIOLXZA'wlliI,... CHARLESTON
and Diarrhoea Cordial being recommended Caps Baskets Ac, Ac,Ac. For sale low,for Cash het creditors of.said estate' o Rcbecea every S t tml4,. at S P.M. ReUrnlag.will leave

so highly by many'Physicians, Apothecaries andpharmaceutists __ oniy7by (oet 15)1.. JI.CLRLAND.fiRST Cle deceased. PALATKA every M**& *,T A. M-PlCOLATAr

of high Handing the City of Batvore QUALITY. HAT GEORGE K. MCCLBLLANAddaWrato of 10. AIM, and JACKSONVILUf; -fraU
Rebecca Charts late of .
,there can ..no doubt of their superior virtaes. ,1J .; deceased having filed hit Bin to the ldeon'l 1fm TL3ZDAw)1lleavThARLE3TON.ve.TI ) -*

Those suffering with CWA Cvufkt.Hoar if. FOUR DOLLARSSTEELE'S : of this Court, the probable insolvency TmnJay, at 3 P. SL Retarateg.. will leav*'

*eu, 1*, or with D. should give them a HAT HALL of Mid estate na PALATKA. 8 o'eUwk A. Un BLACK CRXSK.
D u ()flfssof, That all persons- having S-P.M;JACKSONVILLKFHAry; trial See advertisement in another column oct CHARLESTON, 8.'C.,, against the mid estate. M creditors or othe eli These Steaaen eoonee with all the Interior.Stagee ..
Inhabitants Florida Charleston do iietheltaidelalmewltb tho Clerk of ef EuU'lorida.aa4; connects both wars
r.b..la. THE Had the HAT HAU.visiting one of the'most in and for the said eut of Columi on or before with the New Y ort Steamship. Carolina Railroads,
thousands of Parents who use Vermifuge extensive: Hat establishments In the South. the thirteenth Iebnary,, D, eighteen and the Wilmington BoatsT r .
Oil Calomel & hnndred tad fifty-four. Passage from Charleston et Jaeksewrm-tY
composed of Castor are not ,
aware that while they appear to benefit the 9"n6' B t0 a! The The Jd genUemea'sBlaekDreesHats" ,04 3 00 00 And to that this this Circuit notice be published in tome newspaper ;; from PlooltU cad Fal&tkn, ttO, .
ones a week until the expint- FfWf"'Mr1".J.n.1J1'l. .
patient, they are actually laying the foundations Fine and 1'1"U1. M 300 r-'"-
Stonofssldperlod. May 13th. 1854. *W. CAL nu.Oft
for a series of diseases such u salivation, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Hats for 41,25, 01,50, and $:.00; and these all \A FORWARD,Judaic. BELLZCUASS3S 4 f =.. I

loss of sight,weakness of limbs &0. of the latest styl.. A tree Teat, Jackson,

In another column will be found the adverse- 9T1HE| PROPRIETOR of this well known House is pleased to announce to his old Friends and Patrons en DZPA3TZZJT.Hunting. june4-tFU 8 &\.0008. Clerk. RBREIDPaUtkafcb > ., r

torat of Hebensack's Medicines to which we U and those visiting the "SunD1 South" for Health or Pleasure that his House hu undergone i a Travelling. Sporting and Dress Cape -.tf i
ask the attention of all directly interested in thorough renovation and has been well fitted up to suit the most fastidious having made another addition of every shape for gentlemen. Circuit Court, FLORIDA I

their own as well as their Children's health.In .- to the Building, and having most of his Rooms furaieued with new Furniture entire. CHXLD&ZK'S DZPASTltZJfT. Eastern Circuit; .1 Fr.a-CI.ri c.x. SAVANNAH ANIT .: <
Liver and all disordors arising Having visited the North very recently for the purpose of ascertaining from personal observation MAY _-_ -- ..
Comp'.ants the best to the comfort and convenience of Traveller Every style ot Hat and Cap that imagination '
means adapted and Invalids from that section or IN CHANCERY. Bill For Palatka E. Fla.a:
from those ota bilious type should make useo the country, I feel fully prepared to give assurance to those who visit my House that they will meet ean fancy are kept for children, at prices varying ro Injunctionand ji
the only genuine medicine,Hobensack's Liver with every attention and accommodation which can be reasonably expected. from 12 J ets., 50 ctt 75 et*, 91, and upwards. Distribution of said Est. Touching 'at Dane; Bruntvnck, &"i ".

Fi1I.'Be The Proprietor ban also secured the services of a Lady of long standing and reputation as a House NEGRO HATS. George B McCIellan,' Acmlnlratot Rebea Jfary't, JaclcmntilU, MuMtrlntrj .;
sat JefivedJ1 but ask for Ilobengflck's keeper. lie will spair no pains to make his House one of the best in Florida and hopes by keeping a Charles, '
Dress Hats for House Servants and Wool Hats doe (Black CreeK) and P;o1tita.
Worm Syrup and Liver Pills, and observe that good House. and giving his personal attention to business, to merit and receive the patronage of the for Plantation n.e. Coarse 11.50:0 v*. e ,
Caps 92,50
w.eb bus the signature of the Proprietor,J. N. Public. lie refpccrfully solicits a call from his friends and travellers generally.! per dosen. W. STEELS Theodore Hartridge, Administrator of Andrew THE new and superior it cam
IT A large and extensive LIVER STABLE is attached to the Honne.rr7 Charles, deemed and the"h.ln'and J&t.
HOBENSACK as none else are genuine. .. eeLS-Il 231 Kinz-st,Charleston. S.C. oth.r packets ST.JOHNS, Cap James
The Western Stage leaves the House soon after the arrival of the Boat Creditor ofuU____Mtl n___ nf n '.CturlM__.._dos__ Freebornand .W M. GASTON I '

may 14lyON Oct 22d 1853-4m SAMUEL BUFFINGTON P''P tor. New Goods, New Goods r having ben made to appear by affidarit that Capt. Thomas Shaw will leave Savannah for tae ,.c'
---- received by Steamer a rich and well se Thomas Ilghe Hints and Din sills his wife, above places as follows: The 6t-Johns on TharaV .
jdBarritb MAGNOLIA HOUSE. PAVILION I HOTEL stoek of Domestic and Fancy Dry Good. Reuben Nancy Ohomby S pheDRhea day morningi, 15th iuit,at 10 .'.took..4 .W..
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Ready Made Clothing Boots and Shoes, Hats *o. and Louisa his we Mieajah Davis and Evelina Gaston on Tuesday morning 20th inst, sill .'. ;_
the 21st inst, at Fleming's Island by J.W. CHARLESTON, 8. C. The friends and patrons of the subscriber are solicited his wife, and BraoD. Defendants to said clock and will continue to leave at the sane hoar <
> TilE SUBSCRIBER has just comjtjf to call and examine his Stock Bill reside of said State and every Thursday and Tuesday thereafter-the latter .' "
present blond
lmlu ;
Price )Ir.JOSACA D. 0 Una*. to Miss BY .
Esq. :: H. L. BUTTERFIELD. within the boat carrying the U. S.Mail
pleted the above House fitting it up in the slating in part of small figured Prints or Ginghams, the U Dlt St: Per freight or passage
MAKT JAKE BBANTLKT all of this county mot comfortable style and will use every cxer- ,_oct 15 6aa. m do lames, alpaeeas mohair lusters broekadeal- 0 motion of James Bakr, Solicitor for I having handsome state room accommoda :
Lion to please all that may favor him with their pacoss eameleon lusters, Persian English Compainant. tions. apply on board or to ;
Birtr patronage. $1,50. Merchant's Hotel $1,50 marinoes, all eloU.. and Upnred That notice be given In some J U OUNBT Aitenf Savannah,
Particular attention paid to Invalid. Charleston,s.C. m de Pamattaeloth, colored pain plain newspaper published in this CIreai.requiring said CISBEE 4 VA.Agts Jacksonville
A. COY REDUCTION IN and erabd.cashlmere shawls hoi laces Defendants to appear aid CrThe St Johns will
ON the 51st Inst,in this place GEORGE F.son PRICE. ery gloves, ae.er go AfII1IIU""err .
Corner Ocean and Monroe-strceU. THE undersigned having leased this dress bonnets, ribbons very rih.rltol ant.sail Bill within four months from the date of 4th trip commencing leaving Savannah) en the : :
,tbe late GFO.F. Surr, aged eleven months and Jacksonville, Nov. 20, 18.'i2 1 II tri Hotel, situated King street solicit from trimlng, french tie children s .ho publication of this Order, otheri said bill 29th_ 1nsL', septlO-y '
twenty-eight daY'jttarinc Good Stabling for horses.HOARDiNG.. J the travelling public a share of patronage kin gents' ware. I very rich assortment of will be taken pro eonCe .
-- Board, *l 50 per day; single dinner. 60 ets. only. ready eoa. vests, hats, boots shoes And that said be published,as arofd. THROUGH TICKETS TO CHARLESTON
pnl ,
oct l-3.n. JAMES M. HERST. and boe cravats, scarfs, ties, once a week for four month. Mar 13th. 185. h4. S4V4NN4IL
Journal! Boys' clothing a good assortment on W A FORWARD ,
MRS./ II. AL REILVS Boarding House, cor PLANTERS HOTEL hand; negro clothing and cloths, very A true copy. Test, TICKETS through to CharIcston -

PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.ENTERED. of Adams and Laura streets, is now Please call and examine goods ebeap Junem S SCAIBOXOCCH. Clerk. ,by the Steamer WBLAXA
open for the reception boarders. Those who Charleston S.X7. Sold for cash only. from Palatka and Jacksonville to ..
may favor her with their patronage will find J.[ THE undersigned would respectful. sepU7-o .B AMERMAK. Vacation I Juy-I Chancery. Savannah Isr.isD.andby the daily Steamers from

Oct 15-Schr Henry Alfred Tabbat.Boston. her house a comfortable hom The house "*Iv inform his friend., and the Public generally Ephraim L naol Wie. Compfamaats, and Savannah Jacksonville.Fare to Charleston. will be hsued- at Palatka
.4 44 Schr Cicero Ppeed, St.Anmstine. 'stands on one of the highest locations in the that ho has leased that extensive and well CLOTHING. .
.. 17-Schr Gsecian Richardson. Boston. city is airy aud pleasant; hiving been recent I known establinhmtnt the PLANTER'S HOTEL, HE Subscriber keeps constantly on band In 'Joseph 8 Baker Samuel Spencer. George II Smith from Palatka(o Charleston.' ( tlO. 00 .
-I Schr J Longfellow Young. Boston ly paiuted, and is now in complete order. and is now ready for the reception visitors. Il. U his Store on By.tre.t a general assortmentof and Hiram Robr DfeNdaMs.IT The WELAEA.lesves L ? J* k w>TUle 800
.. eligible location convenient Ready Made Boots. Shoes Palatka every Monday
Sehr Ontario. Doggott. Boston. 30 IS53. 3m being to all the bur Caps. baring been appear to my satisfaction .
J Jacksonville July ma morning,and Jacksonville
.4 Brig Icsrian. King N Y. ness localities will commend it to those who visit Gloves,Stocks, Handkerchiefs UOrJ. and every i on the Ephraim L Harrison, the every Monday DiehL
.. 18.-Schr Joe Once Rogers, N T. the city on business, and no exertions or expense article usually kpI in F1 hingEtabihmeau. 1 husband of Julia'A lan.complainant in the K.R.DDKB.'Agent Palatka, -; ,
W Brig Tarrotine. Lnfkins NY. List of Letters will be spared by the Proprietor to promote the all of which wi sold low I above ate eate, JOpb. S Baker Samuel F. WATER w.Agent JaekHe.t .
.. RehrTalbot, Wbiteraore N y. TDEMALMNU in the Post Office, JacksonJLV comfort and convenience of his guests, and render JOHN L. RIPLET. I Hiram Roberts, cefendants to the sept 1T.IS.'i3-J" [Ocala Mirror eopr.1 _
:: :
.. his house in Jacksonville Sept 17-3t ac., lill ,. ,.
21-Schr Philadelphia Thompson Bostcn. yule, Florida,October 10th, 1853. every respect worthy of the public j .nmyOalit .T.1.- .o.t .f h. FOR ENTERPRISE;
Brig Segnin babe) Jamaica. paironago ana support lie is pleased to add that Florida and within the United States,-and it also
A Ierse.Y. Wm if.tlvares he has secured the cervices as Book keeper of Mr. Made Clothing. appearing to me that a bill has been filed by complainants I And all the intermediate Landing*_on the
CLEARED.Oet Pablo.Luisey,Thoma J. W. LIMKIX so long and favorably known to Red in the above against the taid I
eu do ST.
It Schr Emma Still wen, Primrose. Phila. the 'steamer, a fresh stock of su JOHNS RIVXR.
: Lang. MargeretB travelling community of this and the adjacent JUST fendants:
Adler & Co. J
Sehr Soathamptoa' Mason N Y. Layeignf'. Wm Jni States. [oct l-lmJ] G. W. BOMAR. I ready made clothing of the best made On motion James A Pedca. Esq. solicitor for THE Steamer Darlington.-
and French blue cloth troek and dress .
.4 17-Brig Delana Foster N Y. 11&rreU lat styles E L Harrison and wife, It it That thesaid &t Capt J.Baoex.will lette1 Jackson'Use -
.4 18. Sebr Smith Boston. R W & Co. emb satin vests, black doe skin : OtmJ. -
Derigo s Sea Island Cotton Gins. pDu. Joseph S Samuel lliram 'every Saivritay
Dakr. morning at
'I .. Schr United States, N Y. MiMe, Ceo fancy do., of h boots shoes, 8 clock
.. BatcbeMer S \V SUBSIRIBER takes this opportunity to fine .4. Roberts before the 14th day of No. arriving at Palatka same day.-tearing
TilE clothing a
20- Brig Friendship Wilson. N Y. Barrett, T S IcDermiJ, Joe the planters of Long Staple Cottons Sold for cash rember next ensuing the date of this order andpea Palatka at ft o'clock Monday'morning In eofeneo'
Brig MarcellM, Norton.N Y. EnnuI, lames F Moore. John that he still continues the manufacture of tho latest L. B.AMERMAM. answer and demur to the bill of complaint Lion with the steamers Carolina and)Wtlaka Re
Moursi WmB.utvn & -otherwise the matters and t1l1'11ing..wm leave Enterprise at 5'o'e oek
-- Bennett,Stephen improved Roller Horse Gins double and single at thng Taeaday
Florida Sugar. Ceo W Miller Eli his usual rates, and is ready fill all orders at the sepl7-o Byrne's Block No 2. therein stated will be decreed against morning and Palatka'at 8' o'clock Wednesday
0 nbortcRt notice. For the reputation of the Gins such of them as do not as CODtc morning. AM. REED
A FEW BARRELS extra quality. for sale by C apply to the following agents,or to those who have Notc. It further Ordered appar.a foregoing ,Agent at JffLmciUf.R.R.KEID .
ecU BISBEK A CANOVA. Cubbedge, E S Osteen, Richard them in use. TIE firm of Kino heretofore ex- order a notice be Jablihe once I week .
Center Timothy 1'Cillcoks AGENTS. at Trader's Town,Camden eonnty.Geo., for the four ing the said oeLtC. _. AffHt at Palatta.
GIIE.IT fl.ILGAINS.ELLINUOFFAT1tEDUCEDPRICES. I ,"aka Pl.'opena, Miss E Villalonpa A Acosta Centervillago Georgia. having dissolved Copartnership on the 29th day of Ut day of November, in the Jacksonville News _

: Cellars. Mr Proctor. Gel Ililliurd A Hargravcs. August last, take this nethud of informing newspaper pt in the town of Jacksonville, JACKSONVILLE MALE INSTITUTE '. '

THE Subscriber as agent for Hankins A Hardee. ConDer. Lewis I l'srker Ilnj La tinger& Harris Elixabcthtown Lonnds Co. friends and the Public generally, that the businessat Dn 7th. 1853. -THIRD YEAR.- '- ,

) their entire stock of merchandise, consisting Clerk,Mrs.Mary I'a11icere.I't'j'g'1Cole. Georgia.Charles. that place wi be conducted by them. They i A WILLIAM true A FORWARD, Judge REV. I. SWART A. !I. "
selected : Principal
II. are at this a large and well copy '
Campfield receiving
Hardware Savannah
of Goods Groceries, and Georgia.
Clothing at Dry reduced prices. The most of this Win J l'ellicere, Jacob Cooper .t P.:ililand, stock of Goods suitable to the trade of the adjoin July-4m I V GARNIE. Clerk. :

stock was pnrcliasod before the advance in goods, Clluk, N P Q C. St.-M.ir.B, Rirctoro',Liberty Co, ing Counties in Georgia and Florda and solicit Rates Tuition. ':, : ', '
andeonseqnently can be sold much lower on that Crockvtt, Daniel Qunc, Mary B. W. Allen Dorcberter the patronage of their friend generally Atcent Orthography Iteadin: Defining, ArIthmetic and
account Persons wishing to avail themselves of D Quin, Anus Scott DoveauT Charleston, s. C. oc8t lAMEd L. KING A Co.4 Hankins & Penmanabip. per quarter ofileven weeks'.$",oa ,

.n oiijortunity of getting gcod bargains are inriredtootll Delouglrted Ceo Quinn,Thomas Capt Benj. R.Bythewood. Bcauford,S.C. NEW STORE. }Amount sworn to 1500 00 Geography Grammar. History, Composition. c'
and examine this stock until the lit or Dozier Caroline St ItILirrab Itid-ee A Canova, Jacksonville E. Fla. Saekett Lynes .5 Co. Elocution and Book Keeping, do, S.00
tteecnber, ns all that remains on hand at that Ellis V 11 arris Lee &Co,Ocala SPRING AND SUMMER, 1853. Defendants and othen Interested are Higher branches of an English Mathematical 'f'. -
Roberts F K. It. Duke Palatka TiE al and Scientific do,
course f 00
time will t>e closed off at auction. notified of commencement of this I '
Oet%%, 1853. P MOODY, Agent. Drijltril.VOl mnley,Jollu D MDickson P t L. Niblaek*Co. Alligator THE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving their suit returnable to the next ensuing term of the The Ancient Language' do,,' '. ., 10,0'

07 11$will also settle the book accounts of Mary ltoLson, UfiD" Tison A ren'er. White Springs, Spring and Summer Stock of Circuit Court of Dnral being on tho third Septl1 -.1 I' .
up eount.
the firm. Dunning, James Roberta: Mr1)anitla WatU Cole Hamburg. Liberty Co..Fla. foreign and lOc Dry Goods, Monday of November, 18. and to appear JACKSONVILLE
John II Ronds, JIS L AiTsoExtra to which they invite attntion of buyers before and plead to the same months from FEMALE INSTITUTE/
A CARD.MISS l? r."ymond. I D 2 Box!. Hollers and Brushes can be had ot purchasing elsewhere. the date hereof MISS P. SWART AND }mS. Jf.JIAELOW.
tbe subscriber at moderate rates. Persons wanting *. HANKINS A MCQUEEN McINTOSH, Pltfi's AU .... ,
C. ANDREU informs tbe ladies of Jack. Floyd JOI'Ih ItuJasil Michael It Apr IARE. ) AUfOCU.TE .RIIU. lie
.and vicinity that she is now ready .rain,, Ii"h"el S or Gins to or Gins repaired will please S. L.direct BURNS.agents, (: 7- N. B- Store formerly occupied Mc -Jacksonville Sept S 1853. 10lh-3m THE studies of this Institution will be resumed"
and prepared to teach Piano and Vocal Matte, at G 14-flm Moody A Bonltar. o on the First Monday October nelt -
i1'f1x Isaac Citation
the house formerly belonging to Mr. Thomas W. may St..Ma'1s.Georgia.Sea Terms of tho Institution according to studies
Jones. Explanation of teams will be riven upon Gibson J I' 2 Sliff Thomas CHEAP GEORGE H. SMITH, Bherif and Ei-Offi- punned. -
application. Jacksonville. Oct 22, '53..tf G suit, Isaac li: Stephens[ Mrs Martin Island Roller Cotton-Gtns. E. 'STOR.HERY of ebte of Is.iac The English branches from *4 to SB. ;

G31n Slmuel Staniland Jacob TIlE subscriber,grateful for the liberal patron Bosh, deceased, having filed bray office French and Ornamental branches extra
Tailoring. Canter Danielolan.lhlit"1 : of which he has been heretofore the recipient SAY STREET. written'suggestion of the insolvency of said N B-Lessons In Freneh will'begfren-by5frg. i
Gerard Fr Sauls, GeorgeII takes this opportunity to inform the Plan THE undersigned having taken the NEW SToRE estate- Marlowat the Institute to Pupils not attending : --
T ters of Sea-Island Cotton that ho continues to manufacture by J. UOLXES. respectfully invites the nit is therefore to all the English branches. sept 22-tf i j'n,- ,.
known to be experienced in cutting and the latest improved Roller Cotton attention of the public to his well selected stock of notify .ploDs1utni _'
WELL( informs tho citizens Jacksonville Hob & Abernathy Towl, Columbus double and single at the lowest rates. For Gins the Goods, adapted both for Country and City trade, demands against said estate,to Ae MRS. DUPRE'S SEMINARY / !'
and tbie vicinity that he has taken the house formerly Higgins UmpLrcy S Towl. Washington durability and quality of the Gins, apply to the buyers would do well to call and examine his stock duly proved and ,autheDticte. before the _
belonging to Mr. Thomas W. Jones, where Holmes Alex 5 Thayer, Itobt 1J 2 following agents: before purchasing ele.her. Consisting of the Judge of Probates county, on or before CHARLESTON; S. C.: -'
be is now ready to receive all orders that are entrusted Hope. Nancy Tillers James P Mnnford, Centcrville ville do, following Fancy D the Tenth day of March next, at which quITS INSTITUTION, long conducted'withsuch
to him. He warrants suits garments Hatcher.Thus Taylor: G M Georgia Wm Dell do. Goods. Hardware and Cutlery Boots and time there will be a pro rata distribution of 1. unusual success,will enter upon its Ex .
to be fitted and mado In as flats and Musical ere letl for the twclth year on the 3d ofOctober.1833. .
neatastyleasatanyother Richard E W HillardA llargrave. do T D Dexter Mineral Caps Inm.n.Perum'rJ. the funds of said estate the creditors
in the United Siate Hives, and An efficient Corps of Instruction has been
place fancy Soaps amoag&
N A Hardee .t Co. do Comb Brhe general ergani .
thereof to the
Cutting repairing and cleaning will be done at nand, Joseph White Sarah vannah. Gen SICSfrins U1ment of &d Fancy Also, a according ttutc in such' e ted for the ensuing season- To provide aoeeaiiao .,
tbe shortest notice. Oct 22, '33-y Hnskrll, Deunis 2 Wcigh'tefll, BalamIlastinge Way King do, Wright A Cathey Al.U lag ak of elegant Saddles, Brdal Ac.. Wood made and prrde. dations for its increasing numbers a range of tafa> ; -.- _'
J S Woodstock, J M Tyson.BotbelGoo, gator, E F, Ware.a fine lol t sk of fine "at"kad, and the seaLof; ty additional rooms has been added to the original '
1,000 Book Agents Wanted L Waver, Oliver A -VDeLorme.Darien.doS House AHenderson.0- Grerie and Provisions- U.E. CLRK [IA"J sail ) the Eighth day of Sep building, and every provision has been made for ,"
McCall Centervillajre, eala, do nov Br Stret. tember, A D. 1833. the personal comfort of the pupils. and for extending "
To Sell Pictorial and Useful Works for Lang, Catherine 2 Ward,Joseph to all the advantages of a thorough'Female :
Waterman do, t c _
Year 1854. Persons exquiriiR for letters in the above Georgia Traclen'lIiU'l W A Education. -
Knox. Micanopy AT REDUCED PRICES. Judge of Probates of Dnval count/
-$1,000 DOLLARS A YEAR. list, will please say they are advertised,or they A .t It A J Pnest Flemington, Sept 10 6m The following is the .

.M every tfrtien of Ike United Statet, may not get them. a}f.COOPER P. M. King A Purvinance do, C Von Dohlen, Palatka. RIFIES.SHO-GUNS PISTOLS &c. BOARD or wsmccnoa. r" .
WANTED and enterprising men, to engage in Dunbar .t Mcyell,do. Hayward jfc Dawson Administrator's Notice.A Prateipah- .roLU DUPREE. ..' ITl -
the sale of some of the best Books pnbl'wbe I in the Garden Seed 8Fresh and Genuine. S B Thompson A Co. I Charleston S C. EDWARD K. TRYON, LL having Just claims of tin..JULIA.BOUNETDBAU.
Country. To men of good address.possossiag small JUST received from the Nursery of Mr. David Black Creek, E F, B Heriot, do. 134 No. 2ND rET, PHILADELPHIA.TtTANUFACTURER X\. p. the Estate Jacob M. desrip Lecturer-Rev.CRANMOBE WALLACE ; -
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capital of from $$ to flOO, such inducements will .. near Philadelphia a full assortment Brown KenanaThe and Importer of de are hereby called upon to present the
be offered as to enable them to make from 13 to of fireA and genuine Garden Seeds. growth 1854. subscriber keep* on band at the lowest 1VJL/ Pistols, Rfee'ShotGal wito'delay duly to the an.d.ng0 TKACHKKS., 4 -_.
5 prices,Bona and Bruges. Whipers for Gins, Rollers Shot-Poache ath.ntiat ReY.CR.\SyrJREWALLACE.Analcu Laaguages .
$ a day profit.C7" Rota Bags Turnips Long Scarlet Radish tacks. materials 'use. Tho not two years :
: the Boobpublisbed us are all useful intheir Flat Dutch'. Long Salmon do Ac.; ho alec repairs Gins at the lowest ratee. Barls will find it to their interest OUl to examinequalities will be forever barred,and those indebted ,'Elhicff, &fl. : ,
character extremely popular and command Red Ton Royal Cabhoge Lettuce, Persons want of Gins will please direct their and prices before elsewhere. will please make immediate payment. Miss A. GILMORE. i ; t : :
large sales wherever they are offered. Large Globe Early Cabbage do orders TH the subscriber at St. Mary. Geo. or to purchasing GABRIEL WEST I.ss! E.R.BREWSTER, [ -

For particulars address (po tare paid.) Yellow Aberdeen White Cue do his .gent THOS. VANCE. _oct 8-Jm Administrator. Miss )L FLETCHER, f.Engl lInt' Depart'nt.Miss '. ;'_:'
ROBERT 6EARSrPubIisber. Landreth's Early York jnne2t..lmnNEWSPRIINGGOODS JoIJ23New'StGrcere -' C*. REKD. I '- '""-

oct- 181 William Street N. Y. Cabbage Corn Salad doM \ I' NoCs Mrs.J. C. BOUNETIIEATj; 1 1 .
Large do Asiatic Cauliflower ( ". .) THIRTY days shall apply to the Miss \VI1ISKEYMAN I Frencb1DrsMlle.TIIEREEEM.tUDMA .
DB.BAXTER.DmtalEre Green Glued do Late Dutch do I .1. Honorable of for Irave to Vi iDg wPrtn.l.Mons.EfDKA .
t Early Flat Dutch do Extra S TIHE TUST reesh-ei a full supply of the Real Jadg Pbae. 11 f
S located at Early Beet undersigned has just received by steamer, J M. 'j taeV*'**,
Large Drumhead do Long Blood do ii direct from New York GROCERIES deceased,as follows: One StorHou and Lot. atJldlebur J, ; lIiI.'II' ,
Jacksonville and b fully prepared to insert teeth do do Savoy do Early Turnip Rooted, A LARGE STOCK OF which .offered at wholesale and E Florida; the lot measures 39 fred Mr.STUTTLER, 1" : -
on the most Improved plans. The patronage of the do Green Curld do Plain Parsley retail,at cash prices- tDt Cet GABRIEL. PRIEST, Madame'I I "JW?
community solicited. Dr. B. has a preparation Sugar Parsnip do Spinach; London Leek. SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. have been selected, and .yer oL 8Ir _dep ..AdministratorAdministrator 111u WHISKEy .' ( Masi- ahnd 4
with which the nerves aching teeth may be destroyed For sale, at which he now offers to the public at very low prices to prove lLltor. may \1r. ILESVE 1 f InstrnmeattLt
without paiD.Retel' I FOR CASH. '. NotIced I.
oct8-3t APOTHECARY HALL. Uu,1 B HOW Signor QKAMBlTlf. I -- -' "" -
tt I given to many of those for whoa The assortment is complete in every variety ol' ALL persons indebted to the estate of Robert Mr. \.. UUIBltUcn J JIt -
a,.has operated at this place. oct IS ly Boot and Shoe Maker. I style and fashion. Among the many articles may A CARD. Wlter. deceased, will please make paymentS ,
be found- Idepe and all persons having claims may be important to pe"lonaat adutsoce
NOTICE. bi THE Undersigned desires to informthe Domestic and English prints Do Ginghams Printed OCALA, E. F., Oct'et 4,1853. ahaiast l.t. ,! please present tem within. to state, that a Duckof this.Institution has "

JofLxmtiffe and Alligator Plank Road. Public that be is prepared to make to Muslins and Lawns from 10 cIa to,30 eta y ery ard; Editor office Florida } $ :, the time perbt by C.. been established atr 1 Aiken, a placefamed; for _" ,
25 to 30 aUe-bodied hand* wanted. order Gentlemen's Boots Booteos. and Shoes and Fig'd and plain Berages; Silk Tissues Tarltens. DEAR SIB-I noticed year last issue JAMS WINTER., its health, where Students may be removed la :
. also Ladies' Shoes. Having recently employed a Swiss, Mull, Jacon ts, plain and cheeked; French addressed to the "Editorsof Jacksonville. 0.11,1833. 1mAdministratrix1 thuommer'aIOn'W,
T MOTICE II hereby given to all stockholders In first rate workman he pledges himself give satisfaction Cambrics plaid and plain; Changable cold Silks, the Florida Mirror," signed by one Angus 1tCriDteDduce eontinoe same sa* '.
11 this company who may propose to furnish law to all who may favor him with their custom. from 87J to .1; Wide Black Silks;'Florence and NoUc may, 'lJeaamUl'teaa '
sad materials for the construction of the same J C TEMPLE Marceline do; A.YC7 fine lot of Embroidered Sirs Steele,and i which some remarks of mine ALL PERSONS bavingjust instruction .8-111I' -
that by the terms of the charter they have a preference I Bay street,near the corner Newnan it, Swiss shawls; a few rich embroidered and plain made to a tread, appears to,;have been disastefal against the Estate Charles 1drP '. -

; and that the subscriber U now ready to ceptltMSm Jacksonville. Canton crape shawls Whit. Lace Mantillas Ae4 to .rltr, which remarks are the a hereby called upon to present. the same without .JACKSONVILLE. FOUHDRY .
contract for tbe.. THOS. LEDWITII A choice lot embroidered Goods Pointed Collar*; subject of severe cmteot., 1 have little taste delay duly authenticated, to the undersigned.--. -; ,A*. .4' :il': c.

Oct IMh. &. 1m Superintendent SchooL Do. L C Hdkffs CbimeseUes Undersleeves Cuffs for a .. cntr e1J baying never .I Those not presented within two yean from this- MACHINE"WOR '

SCJIOOL will open Jacksonville at the Acthe latest fashion of Ladies Hats at very low been engaged in one upon any .ubje&and I I date w?-forever k. ;Jacksonville: Fonndry and Mi- i : ,
& THE'
Jacksonville Alligator Plank Misses f-
A drices and Ladies'Flats
; rich bonnet rib. would have the .is nn".UGI'z ; .
small Dwelling belonging to Mr. C. Summers N.B.: Works
Hood. bon and linings Ladies and Misses' Slippers Ties aie -Joseph Finegaa, i are. now prepared fiimish.
corner of Ocean and Monroe sts. taughtby held> op one to him as a authothedAgent. all business relative to tb shortnotiee, "' J-
is hereby given to an subscribers who Gaiters Boots and Bootees.. ma.ttl ray 1 upon : :
NOTICE Lady who feels confident that she hat it would'have been prudent to Estate. TERESA LBTRNE.ay2I4ss .' I. i
not paid their first instalments that young FOR GENTLEMEN. ._ I r. .. "' Saw-Mnis,1 .' .ff .i fgnfftWng, 'Turnln'g and
511s will be isanrsdiately Instituted against them will giveentire satisfaction to her patrons.She A very fine assortment of Ready-made Clothing either a private communication or interview. ,sJ I KfJt mlnM! nes1'rlJm- -4ei-.- Vfifl. .__ 1_ .n *._._ i
for tbe_. .; GEO W CALL will commence on the 19th of the present Pants Coats Vest. of every style;quality and thereby showing to the public this he.was, at "'-- --- to hundred horse* ht':

_Oet IS. 1853. la Secretary. month, the session to continue 12 weeks. She fashion; beautiful style of summer bat for gentlemen fact, acquainted with the common courtesiesue A' LL NoUU against Sugar MIDs, Pumps
will teach Spelling, Defining, Writing and : also, a superior quality ef French boots from one gentleman &another,< and not A. PERONS Martin of Columbia- Bene PowersStOsm.Bo, te'- ;and Saw. --
A CARD. Arithmetic; Geography, Crammer Philosophy and gaiters shirts drawers wrappers collars era have exposed himself a.G. ef those' eoanty Ha.1 them OrtsLMUl oji' < ;XiJJ repairing,o.i'le.
rpBX*Ucnln hsvlaydlspc..d orb Sleek of Natural Moral and Intellectual Phisiol- vats. Ic. Cloth., easrimeres, vesting, always on "Half formed insects on the banks of Nile r within t cl0.a ne.J' l Caotlnn of Irea aiBrass. Drawings and estimates,
; D Bells of
L MereaandiaeUCoLlLTiMAiics would hand. Also.Tailoring done to order on short notice. will be p.all those indebted any sise required witaootcharg, "firl.j8 ;
re- : and Ancient Unfinished what to call, tie* plead to ,
AIgebf&yUl'.or1Modern boW .
tan his thanks to u.. many kind CrieDdl.bo.be oy, Planters wishing to make large bills can do .&1.qaivooaL" said Estate requlrsdteeom.Mward and make this section., : : -.u"
..ben4..eec his nstomen for their liberalpatronage and another studies or branches that may be as well at this store as any other 1 In the Southern 1'1 .' at aymant.f Wbenrequfrsd.ompetart MMbII.Id t
} end weald add that it bit purpose necessary to the advancement of the pupil.- States. ,A large lot of.Negroe's Wear constantly ._".t!r.EtorfIibl not ..u1 sanir .lee ANNAMARYJONE& to put la opperatien Afaefalnerr purehased< toeoatlaaeUko COVMISSIOR Bn .. together Recommendations CAD be procured from reliable on and The pnblie are solicited to call and ex- ,-past the may l4-8m> -t AdministratriiSale. oa, upon. *.terms.- =.' .M.tJI003JEY .O- .
with tbe shipment LUN.BBIl" TIMXER ,, sources. amine Goods and Prices as they will find.it to idle vind,which .1 Jiregird neV/orJamtoo -' .- -,. A OOOKtSW ***** a e
having tensed a eonneetion with a Steam. Saw She wishes all pupils to begin at the com their interest to purchase at this store-every art well known by the eitliens Grm.taySLt ,: ttar l-.tt rouden.. -

If Bl Covpany.He men cement of the quarter,and they will be ex. ole b.lnelOlel cheap for cash. aM especially.those of fl7iLL aifnt Heose door,In a"8A.LE. ;;
has reserved spaeiens Wharf aad WarebeaseKoeaa peeLed to settle at the expiration of half thequarter. L. B. AMERMAN,_ miss this portion of the gn leman's eomntani W, the town ef Alligator, Cotaabi*;oamaty.en hOUSE' F .4.
,and will receive and forward Goods and Cotton No.2 Byrne's Block. ,corner Newn an and cation;attTibnting his remarks&that pride oablie / the First Monday ef November next,agreeableto a: MODEB.T thSflBfl5miviito1

Basking the sisal.advaaeea. D.XeROBY.l.- Terms Tuition for those who spell read, April 18,1853. e : Bay streets.cxitcii -notoriety "whlsb,is, the naver.fallingvie a eider eftheUoaerableJadgeoftbslrebate .B.Uopse.'attoalt4.to'.& plesss,f'portfoQ''ot -
and write Junior Classes S4 other Studies *of fools and I aasare that this O.a& said Ceentyth.toUowtng trae*ef land,. ,t' t91rD. n w 't t-'a&rctjb CI
: ; yea
Jaebosim.. Od 1J-&l ; : em
HOUSE. ,lytof aad bemc ta said Coutr.tA wttr the, ll& ao d. ,1aere.* lewae.I.Lad.
For 8tl0 Will constitute Senior Classes-$3. She will 'Paz SUBSCRIBER hn1DlrectDClrop.n d m.alollolllln mewenU ao.anMI. TheNI.fSZ,4N2IStjofos.tl.eilsadtheN -: l* -:
,- | perform her duties faithfully and hopes JL of : W4ef 8 W Session 3oIuiegthat.wI4lbssol4wi4htbjeuaeaired -
led .la
toj the above house ,would mpeetfolly selleR bu "a' the -
MA HIGHLY lmprovs&WT. siUaUdln receive a share of.tho patronage of tho.commanitr. -},I tbe'patronageot thepabliev There are at this so" tt el ottwaWsaksiMpe TewasWp.1.K ef Range No.17 eoataiaing by : pnrehaseri> lee teysAprg.if 'pplJ'..
centre el the Town,upon which is large 1,I time some five to six rooms unoccupied,several to present to,tho oertinoatesf oae haodred and sixty aeres of land r sold as the ." 1BELLEpUAS81r 1k'PJNM"l'. -
eeiisaedlMiTTnein'lng Houe.three statfe. JACUOUVTILK, September 17-, 18'S3.-, 4Or. the same with fire 'places.:.Tba House within (entlemen of n1..b pb. ;!in.tab property.Martin Hair late of said Coantr, deeeased. 'JfB.:Jr.ot'to.!. '11"C Z 'kaJBe3,, .5
THIRTY fe 4 nesaZwith TWZNTY.THJLIX one hundred and fifty yards ef the Post Office and statlattouofm.. ., Terms ef sale mad known on the day of lfit b.tdJe __ ..B..7;, a
replaeee.wU> aQneeeasary out-bmildiags, go4 wharves. The undersigned is agent for Gen Seott's trela'b .- _-.-ANNA'MARY,vJONBS, -
A. Upbaa's Vegetable ._ t* 1U. : : _
water,tae shade trees.Ae. Also four hone roach and two hone hack nail lines OctS-. "er. A..WATERUANdAGISTR4TE2.BI421.XaU'. I S.ptlT-8t.- .Ad.iAiritrtI .aBand T j
mI nurrvu. Pile Electuary.;. both l.amlCor Oeala-semi-weekly.; For further & ,l' <
also A CERTAIN cure for Piles. either.Internal particulars, apply at the offices ef tie JacksonvilleNews ;A-DMINISTRATOR'&NOlC1 Q._ .! tjs ,
, APRtVATEREslDENCEontke' adjoinIngInt. J\.* external, bleeding or blind. Also for and Republican.. -- .Suitable for. use,i f 1 U J1.. tiee hereby $fre5thaI SiaW5mhI'11wUI -*05 far a resIdence. 08 one.whIM II -9. .- .
: ., nil faecastdared the most valaa-JSl- all Inflammatory Diseases .Affections of L the JAWE3U. ASKEW" any district"o OT 1.o, bf date hereof I shall apply to tte Benorabl.Jodge 'dHeIstIkaisg4N.ms'w$1Ibk41; WiHa -
Skin Palatka Jan 10.1853.tf' sale always at .TazaOrncza'flARDWAEEAND Probate ef Nsueoe ty.i-L.tter5t-Ad. eU neeeesary/putfcaadinckaad i wellnf th .' : g
be property In this thrivinf town aad will be sold ,Impurities of the. Blood,arising from I > nnistrasiesi on the eriata Nathan Norfawf late a *
lew. Apply to" WJL P.DEWEU. fJ' any source. For sale at .- .,* be told,at' ; enanV.aW.. araiofferedfor"sale at_'. r ,
unusually -* prices of said county, d..a 'I'': -'LOUIS NORTON.Oet = bl.prie.. ,J'C a1 -
f : JCkWIIIS'LpcII 3-St .; 1: I jalyt: : APOTHECARY DRY.oOODs-wm CIr ,. .ni '.!-'i' q.. .. t'w. -
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THE FLORIDA-NEWS.' 1 roft5sf. nar 1 ;Ct- tbS.' 'j J siitati{ : .. T .. ..-"'-;,--,. ,-,' $500_CHALLENGE :: :' -; .. GOOD'MEDICINES. ,! -

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Tfioais Douglass;. An Article founded upon Scientific Principles

':JartaenrrUU, U.nI Cewmtr, rierUa*T ATTORNEY. ..AND COUNELLO1ATLAW, WATCHMAKER&JEWELER_ : i -5. i, compounded with purelVegt"'bl..bltanees

I GEORGE C. POWERS& CO. -awnSOLICITOR : J mvIUe,..I1e !" -| being perfectly safe when taken, and has sever

IN CHANCERY.p KEEPS constantly APOTHECARY. HALL, been known to fail ia curing the moat oUtinatcase. .

'Tmn>-2V DoOctnptr&KKKM,in adveaee. 20 7ukflvin.y1*. Jy ,bandaflao assortment AKP. Worms can never exist when tku remedy -

N. paper 4IsooBtiaaei trata an arrearage* are Waleliee, Jewelry and Fancy TEA DEPOSITORY. is once nsed, from the fact that It not only

paid, tales*at the .pUonftb. Publishers."ttr BIcQneeo McIntosh, Gee4awhioh be offers for sale cheep for cash.Watchn --i'3i.Dr.B"--", Nttt-B.w/ittg. destroy thus but removes all the tliat.M<

'.bn&T uun-wm be. Inserted on the ATTORNEY. AT.LAW, ,Repaired.and )Warranted. When it kept constantly on hand large and. mucus Which may remain J'%.-

Mlevtaxtenu: : anglS JaeksonTiHe, Ha.; tf well selected assortment of THE TAPE WORM -. '
8. & E. M. GILBERT.. .
;OM PoOmr ,.twelve lines aad auderfbTthenrttlneertlon : &RUGS AND CHEMICALS. This worm I It the most difficult one todestro; : '
& Eraham MANUFACTURERS Wd DEA of all thai inhabit the human body. 8TAHLER'SANODYNE
an*T5 eenU for each tubnVqvent Hopkins : !'LERS ia all descriptions ofCAR- aad jut received br late arrivals'warranted firesk grow '

Insertion.: To yearly &dwtbn a Ube. ATTORNEYS ATL4jV :tIA atNo'_ .35 and 40 WriT.woaTu.smuTjana' I'.i;<'?;"- anti 'nnine. _.AlaoPeuizyCombSI3rushes to an almost indefinite length,and bescmtng so CHERRY EXPECTORAJIi;
OFFICK AT PALATKA, F. F, : coiled and fastened in the inWstia.ee and stem.aeh'bCtopmdncslits Ii CODft4t &l-J'fflaa..1KI..a
made.. f SoapsLamps to Invalids
disoewat wffl be ice: tlirfE.STuU!; : St. Tits' ,ae?
07-,An ad vertisetaeaU mast be paid for before WILL II practice in the Eastern Circuit. usiness Charleston 8J C. Burnjag-FIaid, which le the cause of Ddntt, &C- eexrassaa by aaykao preparatieB.,,..
customer. Ey referring ntrnsted to their care win be promptly at Our stock is an extensive one," aad'parebasersare i which wuTbe sold low for eash. many going 0 the gravenot career COUGH UOACaESESS and tW
mrtioaaniIJia7 a regalar that
tended to. Feb >l. l-tf respeetfally requested to call on us, as we can CcwarntstciAH'9;tntPn sallelted and.at'lu.U attended to believing thesicotoplainti have their: forma of COMXOM, COLDS; BR05cniTi7

to our terms. the reqnWte nm nay b e aseertaiaed I offer great inducements in style and pricea-.aml ..fMSCwrnoss PUT vt wrra CARS orIgin j'rvm Tape Wers.: coDlrqaealJy they I I ASTHMA, ,CROUP,,'CONSUlPTION fa ?

transmitted with the advertisement B. :M. Pearson, any articles bought at our establishment' are warranted ". .AIID DIULTCIS do DOt tin the PNper' medicises for their dis.ease. Early State, and fot,the BELIEF ef the pV

,07*A4rerta.eidaiiot marked with the man.kr ATTORNEYAT LA TT, In every respect.. mar 6-ly To those who are amicted with this AW. tient.even in advanced Stages of !tit '

I of InstrtioM roqaired win be ecotlnued until Jacksonville, Fla. f SODA-WATER SYRUPS, ful foe to health, I recommend the use of fIIY Disease. --wIt

forbid ead charged for. win practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits, LEONARD CHAPIN. I of my own manufacture in their highest state or I WentyriprwdLireiPiJh; TheSyrnp to be combin t..In a scientificmaantrjeaedl"

07 Fir Dollars win .bo charged for all anmvneomnU the Supreme Court of the State, and in the U 8 Xanufactnrer and Dealer mail. perfection, in their season,to be had at the counterAgent taken io doses of two tsMespoonfuls three times of long esteemed ralue., witb"etter* ofrecent
District Court for the Northern District of Florida. JdllbofCARRIAGESANDI1AB.NESS. I a dt,;then take from .five to eight of my Liver besides OM
diacoveayand its
of candidates for offieo; ia advance. February 7, 185 tf C N. 124 810tIug.9reet, 'TEAS. Pills"to dislodge and pass the Worm. By strht tonic ifuhite u*
qualities acts
One square,for six months, : : 91000 and 33 WEN IT the skin ltatr"
next door North of Partition Hotel following thes direction.tile moetobstinate
the N YJ Pekin Tea and with
1 for Company. great efficacyfor the
Legal or other Business Cards.:per an. 10 00 Felix Livingston, woaTH-STKECT. Charleston. 8. C. eases of Tape worm can be speedily cured: class ef diseases. cure cf' tk-
TEA of direct wad of
Notice to Debtors and Creditors : TOO ATLAW Elegant stock of Coaches.Roekaways Bnggees importation .: ,
ATTORNEY and Sulkies constantly on hand. Prices low; varieties from i to 1 Ib. in package. ROUND oaSTOMAChjWORM,' '
Administration 5 00AppUoadonfordismlnaluAdraln'Mtrator
Application for Lattcn 10 00 JACKSOKVILLE, FLA.. terms accomodatnig. mar S-ly All tcarrantcdtand at extremely foiapricetGARDEN This worm I U usually tou l.tla the imallin 1 STAB LER'SDIABRBaA

April 26. tf AND FLOWER SEEDS testinfs;and is the worm most common toebil
Editorial notices for private benefit will he char. CARRIAGE AND HARNESS PLANTS ttr.DPCOUNTRY dren.yet it is not entirely confined to themas CORDIAL
doable the rates REPOSITORY, adults have a pleasant )lbt compounded la
pd F. Clay Barrett frequently been known to suffer : Iment ,
07"All religions notice will bo inserted gratnitwaly. NOTARY At the White H*. e,Seata TTeot-Corner ef supplied T.fcMILLAN.mar BT OKDIRnaaerontpaiiieJtntAcaiA. with them The Sfmptomt most prominent I with tbe rules of Pharmacy; of
PUBLIC.Co"'mi.uiOIl MEETING AND WESTWORTII, 12-ly while affected with this wormare hurdnesd anf peutie agents long known and celebratedTt

An admissabl penonal communications win be Deeds and"for other taking Instruments AdnovMzment of Charleston 8. C. fullness of tbe belly, slimy tools,looseness of their peculiar efficacy Curing DlABRHoc
; of Wmin.. of description at tbe lowest the bawelspickiogttbenoaeablaishatreuk and similar affections of the system. Ijjl
T .haipS. ,advertisements.. I, be vstit in the Stales CARRIAGES LOXECUST.
of on hand, and no article sold ex under the eyes, &e. If you or any of action, it ALLAYS it A us u and piodoeea a '.?
07"AU bills for J.b Printing most be paid on NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.JACKSONVILLE cept such u call be warranted in the fullest term, THE HOST CERTAIN AND SATE REMEDY child rrnbnve any of the above svniDtomi.your 110- thy condition of the LIVER. thn t,...:_*_"

the delivery of the work. FLA. octM tf bv sept S.m M. n. NATHAN. UUtt '11J. liUillk VS DENSACK'S WORM SfRUF eaa safely be da- th .nseatthesame. time that Ia-.cnru- til

: 07"An letters on business and communications. ---- JOSEPH WHUOEN: Chronic Diarrhoea Dysentery .ended upon-by using it yon have a certain, disease.

oust be pall paid to raeeire attention. Philip Fraser, safe,nod speedy cure; and if after.using it according .
DEALLRS IX Which has Zeta the It above
ner presumed public. The valuable Medicines
ATTORNEY& CO to the direction the patient is not restored named is.
I AGEHTS: JACKSOIVILIK FI.A. PAINT OILS, GLASS, stands vpon its ova M andneeds,no puffing. to Lealth,and the warms thoroughly recently been introduced, with the appr,,.,

M j.JOHI BKASJ, Tallahassee, Fla. Ai'DgIEIIIIP 07IT HAS NOT FAILED TO CURE IN A dicated from the systemyon rest assured of a number the MEDICAL Pmcrnig" ,
* ,. WILL attend to AllY professional busincs CEAHDEiIBB! V SINGLE INSTANCE.- there is the City of Bltimor.ad I*
J. 0. RXABBON Esq., OcAla, Fla. no remedy beyond the grave, as for eleewhere',B< .
to him in the Courts of thE Jf e.GO! CAST DAY,OFPO&ITE P.and M.B" Jt.'CHAIt1.ESTONJ rT\HIS foil there is practice have "succeededmoot
Jon DAEUSO Fix Valuable preparation is compounded no such word a* fail with those admirtblr/ 1 Ia
C Circuit and the Conrli
Supreme a tbe diseases
S.C. JL who curing for which
from several medicinal roots growing in use my Worm SfOlp.ASCARIDES they are
GalL s. Fla. Tallahassee lie has also such aJ anta Jlrra.
&DSSELL Newnansrille nn the cribed. The, are offered the
Wilds of Florida. It is 1'URELY and WHOLLY Country
Capt. J.J. KWIOHT, Alligator, Fla.B. geous connection with an able Lawyer at Wcsh He keep constantly sale a general : Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the THREAD : litioner, as medicines which Le can in aJI'1'fa.

Fatsirr Oarf Fla.Quo ngton City, as will ensure a prompt and epee assortment of I cure of the above disease. The Inventor and WORMS. pects depend.upon, ? prepared in
Esq. j's Ferry,
., y collection of such claims as may be placed PAINTS & OILS of all kind WINDOW GLASS Proprietor is fully convinced that it is invaluable These worms to which the human system is with the perunce of come of IbemostaudjatliciousPjbyeiciens IJr'lUItttc
CCKTM, Esq, St.Augustine, Fla. n his hands against the United States. AND BASI1ES.SPTS.TURPENHNE.CAM- an liable,are the most troublesome of all others.Tht"yare Ie-.ne. f
Medicine. !
: In fact the teat that he oatrictiyj.
Judge A. STEKLB Cedar Keys Fla. Scpt.Sth,1849 ly generally to be foand in the with the
GRINDSTONDS,CORDAGE. has given it in the town in which he resides, rectum: formity rules of PharmacyadTa
8. Gufsii Esq Pilatka Fla. and the and allowed to remain, from' the irritation especially aervingLIe cuveikct
CJuiin Pumpx, Cotton Foot Gin Fixtures astonishing succ-sr with which it hat W O0 C-Ula
7.cs.so PKICST, Esq., Fleimngton, Fla. MARRIAGE, Glue Packing Yarn, and Brushes met, wal+ants him in saying that it is a POSITIVE disorders they produce lay the foundation for serious not so readily a, the City Physician bare kh
such as inflimation of the
C. P. Coorta Esq. Savanna-. CURE. lie has therefore come to the bowels owft.preseriptiona compounded by a practical
HAPPL\ESS AND COMPETENCE. 0/various kin'Is. and other
determination to place it within the reach of derangements of the stomach. The Pharmaceutist.

Ebr NrtDtJ"I march 12-ly. all, knowing how many suffer with this very best and safest medicine that can be nsed Is Fee the descriptive Pamphlets to be bad

WHY ISIT1 FRASER unpleasant and often dangerous lJist'ut',particularly IIOBEXSACK'S WORM SYRUP. Such is the I gratis of all who hue tbe Medicine*for
B IPm.IIi ll1a 'rr iE. astonishing power of medicine over Atcaradus recommends
That MUM of lifebroken in the Southern And Western States. my containing ions free Doctors
# "_ t.l1i a o-e: of dies.stad 11 A rcfiia 9 In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be that defy any one to produce CAse MARTTI, BALTZTELT, 'ADPISO, Ping n
ailnrau.dcpnTUf of the pow* for I.e niormmlof where *10T
ILtma received from New TorI a supply of hf u M a whra) = hcahh. bienner of tpinn, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS% particular and look for my written signatureon my Worm Syrup and Liver Tills are recommended Lon &c. '
ud htppT MIB itv of mud,anawc(gem a cixuliuoa of hcakh. the 1ubeL to be used they will not cure. All Doct. S.n. 1\IAaTIII."y',to J do
Typo and other materials soluble for Job Printing ahonldb*jncdominant.MairofthccaMUforKcrtaCmnn. Adger's North Wharf that is not besitalt'
is to the in
M fint-pMhajw T.ar. EGBERT POINSETTP. necessary use Syrup accor. t 0 l'Cfmmt"Dcllour Dtauhaa Cetdiln4
. w new prepared to execute,at the shortest no. rvrinpa dime .dhood.ordi.fint omMamD- dance with \li cLions .4Jc t
are : rra CIIARLETON S. C.rREDr .8. Planters on each bottle and in Cheer
' w .theu oncm*o Iicht u to pua loaoticcd,uut of coin* should not be without this ; dyne Erpectorirtitn &e.
Ice, allldndsofPamphlet ii.fl.cud. t. FRASER, I PAUL s. THOMSON valuable Medicine. Every family ought to case a jrcntle purgative is required in order to Uoct.Jou* Anciso-f, tit,. -It gives mem
*. Circular, L'f ATTESt TEAU3 may 7-ly keep it on hand.A.M.REED alLy the ir itntion they produce, the Liver pleasure to add my testimony that of sea

Law Blanks, Hand Bills, VTh*. too late to ba outfitted by on fciovkiic w. bobback principal for Jackson Pilliby their sympjthisiug Action and healthy i in favor of the eflfordiatv others
Baslaea Cards Show Bllli, and moan and ITjr t tbt fall coiuoqamcM of oar MALONE & TAYLOR Agent operation the towels is the tjficacy ot year
upon most
Ifnoranc* ville. pleas. Diarrhea Cordinl &.: and of the
., VlslUax Cards Bills el Lading] What would we aot oft.five to potaeM,u Mrly tin.it.knowledge Lumber Commission Merchants ant medicine that can be taken.IIOBENSACK'S ban Erpatt-
Label ke., kc, fcc. we obtaia in after year. Ana what dtya and Jacksonville.! :August 16IS5, ly ran,"I no hesitation in recommcnditc
nights of aninuh WI miht MM hare bans if UKknowledct JOCIX-ADKUPJECXA it, as a most valuable medicine, tie.
74ilhilZaforworLoJ1k Linet to I*paid on wa tuaelr'. 11 u NOTICE. LIVER PILLS.No .
_.J _.,. Jane 14. MELANCHOLY AHD BTARTXJRO fery retpectfully sulicit conHgumenU of Dircctionsfor using Poinsctt's Indian Loxe part 01 tbe system is more liable 'to disease Doct. R A.PATirc, ayshebasnaed (the Di.
arrhtut Cordial
--- S'iut./uric TjHmJte.r nnil. _Khlniilp._ itfi.Liber.il ___. than the Liter it hi! practice "wirb tbe ban.
------ -- -- cust will be found on the i.Jeoflht' wrapper being supplied with numerous
To behold the nckneM sad laffcrtBf endured or many a wile .nnJ-n piest effret. and thinks it one of the
TIMES OF SITTING tot maar yearm,from canaea sups and controllable only : 11.1 Yllncf'S m3fJf'. Refer to on etch bottle. Where there is fever attend blood vessels and nerves and if dis- and efficient ..moot. convenient
nmedted or better atill,-not laeuicd,if eterrIIIFB E. T. BROCK, Pktla E. easid the blood of coz&Lination ... .ITJDocCL.
OF THE DIFFERENT COURTS IN | T. RlCnuo-o"Phila. ing Ihe dise'sf'. a purgative should in every course flowing through all s o our pvot.eoioit.'L 'I ."
FLORIDA. ASD 1IOTI1BRrpaiened T. E. BOBKUAI,JacLtounllr, Fla. ast be used before the Loiecust. Should parts of the body produces Lieu C011fpl in'", -
eb IA>DT, writesI. have
the informatioo contained in a little.. ..(with 12-ly there he a Tendency to iuflamaliou,purge moderately Jauudue lit teas Affections Dysj>(ytiac, &e. tered adminis.
STATE COUBT-Eastern Circuit.sratvo ui the retch of all)which would pare to herself and give the Loiecust LIVER your Erpectornt, in several rsaes .
WM. 31. LAWTON CO. doses COMPLAINT of Bronchial .ffectic> .-it. tire
rest I,
YEARS OF MISEKY, thtn the dose.
Orange and St. Lucie tit Tuesday in April.Putnam FACTORS average Is attended with chills, succeeded by ftnr.lle- remits, and from a knowledjr Its nfmretfi
I Aid her hwbtnl the eonttant toil Mid utility of mini.oeceatanlr vete the
painsin region Jfibe Liter effect. I with
3d do do April. derolTmf npon him from nicknen ol th* wile, .'fDCommission AFFLICTED READ!!-PHILADELPHIA MEMOX ,vomiting. can greatest confidence recommend --
--. Snmter 2d Monday in without giving him die oppoitnmr of acquiring that comrwtence CM Hor E. Established 18 yean ago, by Litter taste yellow furred tongue, pulse full It,' &e,
April. '
Marion, 4th do in April. o which which wonld lua i aecnr eiertMna UM are happuwM enured of,std faimaelf.the poaMaaHMol wife,end Merchants. Dr. Kl.xsfcLlN, N. W. corner of Third and Union anti bounding the pain in the aide is increased Do tw. S.' LOVE, writes: to ui tLat Le iaaftdminUrered

Alachua, 1st do in May. children.SECVHK. No. 13 SOUTHERN! TfliXRF, street h.t ween Spruce and Pine*ts.,Philadelphia.EiGHTEEN b t y pressure, should the left lobe be affected tit* Er preform? to bis wife; i..
# I TUB BEANS OF I1AFPIHEMBy CHAKLES1OV S C. years of exten>ire and uninterrupted the p=iin is generally in the left shoulder, with b ias had the Bronchitis
Columbia, 2d do in May. I Wm. )f. Lawton I Wm. M. Taylor. pent in this city. have rendered Dr.K. a short dry the fwte'm jtttsf aid
Nassau, Wednesday before 4th Monday in May. becominc in lime potit ntt oldie knowledre UK want B VTaiuright Bacon I| Joseph T. Dill.march tho roost expert and successful practitioner far and Ion' cough, oncoming efa yel- bat she is fist recovering from hn long staadng -
of which hu cansed the tickact and yoreity of tbnnaandeta > appearance, and the stools clay colored. l raaltdy. U has in
Duval, 4th Monday !n May. view of such conaeqnencra, no wife or Mther n ease 12-ly near in the treatment of all disease of a private This.iia-p be a week done heriore
) St.Johns, 2d do in June. I I s if the neilect to trail herself of that knowledge In nature. 1'crnons afflicted with alee. upon the can cured by the aIr of IJOBEN. nsAiKS good than all the remedies she has ken-
FALL TFRM. e apeet to heraeif which would susie her mneh her...lferi....and.be GEORGE ABBOTT & CO., body throat or legs, pains in the head or bone, : LIVER rILL as they act directly ofore used nnder able medical couteil.
i the meant of hapraneat and prosperity to
Orange and St. Lucie, 3d Tues lo1' before the : confer npon her children that hl..iDI.Iin.all me*.-healthy No.97 East.BayojposfteBoc.tCo'a( Vlhart mercurial rheumatism strictures gravel, disease upon the sett of the
let Monday in November. I little bodice work with healthy entitled 1t. That know ledlecMtaiacdia Charleston, S.5 C. bloop.arising whereby from youthful tho con entrance titution or has impurities become of enfeoblc the- upon vitiated the bowels they expel all the corrupt and PnU1fAttUTIITS fn the CJiy of Baltiniorr,

f Putnam, Last Tuesday before the 1st MoaJjyia THE MARRIED WOMAN'SPrivate D&\I.I'&S <1, are n'l!! treated with nuecess. matter.DYSPEPSIA. write -Vfe ns.1fia&fd th* prrrarstii-nsbaevi

L November. Sl'JRlT GAS AND VAMriTEXE!, II* who f\fC3 himself under the care of Dr.K., ns Sf.bP.'s AtoJyne ChErry ExytctorfJt sad

Snmter;4th Monday ia November. Medical with lamps of every description for tho same. may religoiulr confido in his honor as a gentleman The symptom* of Dyspeptu, *nd its various S141eDwrrizz Cordial are medieives ef

Marion, lit Monday in December. Companion. ALSO confi'tontlj rely upon lie skill as a thy Iise.tsi-8 are dizziness in the bead heartburn, great value And very effiritnt for the relief and

Alachna,2d Monday December. DY PH. A. M. NAUR1CJUU, English and American White Lead.Paintsof sicial. TttLt parltrular ttutirf.Yonng Oppression after eating nt ale, sourness a rising cure of Ib* diver 'for which they air reecto

l Columbia,3d Monday December. kind Linseed and man who bare injured themselves by a from the !stomach &.c, and sometimes grner:il mended, they bear the evidence of skill and
St. Johns, lit Monday November. pIeCrissa er oitcatit or w..a.. every Sperm certain practice indulged in-a habit froquont/y languor of th* whole body; from this il will be care in tb.'ir preparation and aryle ef pfettfcgnp
; Iguu. .250. Fri.., so eta Oil, Glass, Putty &c. learned from evil companions or at school; the ef- seen that the diseasj and
Nassau, Tuesday before the 3d Monday of On Unnirettk KJittn. much ecU of which are nightly fc If,even when asleep and owes us origin to a disor- we take pleasure ill''recoBimen Ug
91 oaj) 12-ly j1lltlil..d FtlLfe oft he Liver and hem."
November. (o Pin ype.& eXTRA iwciao. destroy both mind and body, shon'd! apply imme Stomach. 11011.ENSACK's -

Duval 3d Monday of N'onmber.STAR First published U 1MT.wd it U not E. W. Bilker. diately. Weakness and constitutional) debility.loss LIVER PILLS is the very metli- TwnTr.?r.1'E'f of the mnst r 'pt'etabtellfr.
of and Isssitode and cine to affect A permanent and v banta, residents of '
IVRPIUZ15G OR 'VOIlDE1U't1L murcalarenergy physical gen- lasting cure, Maryland. Virginia sod
COURT Middle Circuit.SrRIilG SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL COMMISSION oral prostration, irritability and all nervous ate asthey act by changing the certain morbid North Carolina who have sold and also a *d
.: C*>n ld.rlnr that RVKUT PEMA1.EV1IETIIKR MERCHANT indmeftion. sluggishness of the ions of the an.t
TERJf.Madteon tions
\ MARKIKUOR NOT.cantMre liver and system into a healthy act ion, hese medicines themselves say, "From tiP
3d Monday in April. acquire a fall fcnowlodco of the natar*, SAVANNAH GA. every disoaso in any way connected with' the disorder renderirg the Mco-1 pure and healthy. own erperienet and, that,of wr.a>tlnttrs, w.
2i do and cacuea of her of the procreative functions cured, and full vigor
Jjtfferson, in.pril. character and ttnal March 20. 1S52. jy restored.Red' TO FEMALES. d lo confidently"rectrnnund .llem 'Pro BonoPB-
with UM -.apce.
Wakulla, let do in April. You will find b>ile,. We bave "
neatly Youth and Manhood. A Vigorous Life these Pills*n invaluable medicine sever known 'any 'esua
Leon, 3dGadsden do in March. I1AIF A MILA,1O3I COPIES Boston k Gunby, or a Premature Death.-This book just published io many complaints to which you are gob- 'd for the diseases for wbieb they are meribid -

lit do in March. sbeuldkvebanasQlL COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL is filled with useful information on the inflrmaties j ect It. obstructions either total or partial, i' to 1oe so efficient aid lo'give sock 'ci-

Rhrailtoo 4th do jn ApriL Is ii iuspracticable to coats, laUT d.. variont aubjecuiretttd COMMISSION and diseases of the Generative Organs. It addresses they have been found of inestimable benefit in ire satisfaction to all' -,5
:, I'.AUoTEUL olfta they are or n saturn ttnedy intended for the MERCHANTS itself alike to Youth,Manhood and Old ageand -estoring and purifying tie blood and The above tjotirea ef, reeemmeadatioD teem
named or tboa coawmi>lni>n( mamaca. bat no has COIttER BAT AltO
JEPFEESOf should be rod aiL I
Madison; 3d Monday November. deaiitMt of enjoyui beaUh,and that beaMf. STREKTS by fluids so as to cure all complaints which ".mhf'1'sof.h Medical Fatuity. Pharaaccaists
Jetrenon do in November. beskb-which u aa coadncir to her own r.oac SAVANN'AH GA. The valuable advice and impressive warning it may
arise from female t ol high standing 'and )
of her hnaband bal either haa or will obtain u.at has or will give. will prevent of and irregularities as headache,' Merchants lie
Wakulla, lat dodo in November every hubtnd who hat the lore and afleetion of. hit wife M HW BOSTOt. { JOHR H. omen. and save annually thousands years misery of Lives. suffering din.nessofsight, pun in the side, back, &. tI rst respectability should be '1aftirif'ntro Nt.
that oft!own pecanuwy improvement.VP1VARDS
Leoo 3d in October. or Nov. 1.1851. tlmFORT Parents by reading it will learn how to preventthe These Pills are the only safe and effectual rem- i fy all,that these medicines are Iron".1&11

CFadaden, lit do in October. OP OWE COPIES HUNDRED TJlOtJeSOD destruction of their children. edy to cure rQlowinjrcoIUJ.Ilinbo l: :GontNervonsnen b j the afflicted, aad_that ta >y prre 0fadifffrnt -

Ilamjltoo, 4th do in November. B.*Wen SENT BY HAIL with! the lut few monttsOAUTION & DUNHAM! ***A remittance of 25 cents enclosed in a letter ,Melancholy. Rick Headache, Qiddi- e stan,p andclazn! from rite &Quackery" and
STATE COURT-Southern Circuit.araino addressed to Dr. KL KELI.Y. N. W corner o De UlifumatiMn.distressicg DresmsDimneesof ''Cure Alls' so much imposed upon tie public.

TERM. TO TilE PUBLIC. ffACTB&S AHID Third aad Union streets, between Spruce and Pine in''.let any of the.diseases that arise For sole by Druggists, Apothecaries and

Levy, 4th Monday in March. UK SOT DEFRAUDED I .COMMISSION' MERCHANTS: per Philadelphia retire of mail.will ensure book under envelope, from .affectioniof the ,Liver, impurity of the. Country StofekbC'p.MlI'n..nll IviE _

Hernando, Jet Monday April. r.ur no book unborn ."Dr. JL Jt,'M urleoau, 1Ml.iU .BAVADA1t GEORGIA., Parsons at a distance may address Dr. K.by letter Blood,Af constlpitton 'of the Co reR: ,II,fiT A LED.&-CO, rWBOLXSAIJC
2d April. njr btrwt KT.." l.on the UUa page,and the entry (post-paid) and be cured at home. MEDICAL EVIDENCE.Wtbeundcr8iginedPhyseionsbavinghiid DaUGGIn'f.I. .
IHlIsborongb, Monday >t ibc Clerk 5 OQee 00 the back of the SIlo page; and IZENaT i.: rout'; t'Ml: DUNHAM. .- ,>
Monroe, let do in May. tni' Hily 'if rnvpnrUble I and bonortWe dealrn,or lead October 1852-tf/ .. Packages of Medicines Directions Ac,forwarded : I.. 120 Pratt Street,B ItiiB re.,
ALL TEEM.levy. by'nitil, and t.Mrrtn M Dr. A. M Mtoriwto, U these by sending a romittane and put up secure from the receipt of then-manufacture submitted lie ; .Soldinjckaeuville.."by. >
"no spurious Del tarrrpBUoui lnMDemeali of aopynghL IiOeieral damage or curiosity. r Jmlll' -3m> JOHN ,M-TATHBi
3d Monday in October. J. HOLMES. Book-sellers News Pcdlers. us for inspection, say that the:ill rediaDt.s or . .

Hernando, 3d Monday October. IKT KVERY tVIFK AD IIUSBAHDPONDERI Commission L tlrc1wL and all others supplied Agents with the above work Canvasses at very,, which tbay are composed make them the best 3IAN KNOW .THYSELFAn /'; *
Rillsborongb lit Monday in November. Pill In use for all diseases of
low! rate. the Li ver, Impur-
Jttunroe lie do In December. 100 WALL STREET, NEW YOR e feb 2ft-ly ties the Blood &c. ": invaluable' book' for 23 cents. 'ooxnrjtamily:
\nv<-H' for Iipiomnre when Ignorant p bonld hare copy." 6000 espies sold in leas thin
t STATE COURT Western Circuit. t, Cheery to those we hold near and deer Will pay particular attention to sale of fellow GEORGE WOOD, M. D. three months. A new edition revised and lmpr-
end tth.n to dispel our Ignorance 1* wlUa Pine Lumber. Live Oak. and other Southern Tim FOR SALE. F. MVLEYM.D. ''nd.jutianed. -

;Monday amino TERN.Tnnklin.2i April. In oar reach.To ber Merchandise.and produce and to order fer purchasing ejlO, :! A TRACT of Land on the St. L. HOWEN,)1.D. DOCTOR nUNTERS EDl AL MANUAL
enable every one In decide the Md4pos. dee 11 J -Purehase none bnt those Book for the AfflictedContaia-
.Calla.. 4th do in April. upon lit a" River, in Florida twelve miles having the signature
Jackson,' 1st do in May.Wasbiagton ."'ntftlt mothrr n?*d of coma fi'OSC'I'I a i onlnformad a copy end upon that the no many wlfcc 8, E ROCEENBAUGH, ._eje above the town ofSL Marls Ga-,. con worthless"J. N.HO ENSACK,"IS aU olbersare I.i tag ADd an ears outline of of the form rie5n.ofolfease ProgreavTrcataeat Btnei4 >7
imitations. every ,
3d do in May. raowa which ooocT or later are detuned to mat GENERAL tainlng seven hundred acres and which
aRuM in frarful ravage upon her health union guarded af at&tt.ninl ,c631iIISION,.ilERCUANT, has not been under cultivation for the last twenty Agents wishing sew supplies', and all other "romiBceooa Sexual Intercoorse.by SeiTabaasi *r
Tnesdsy Monday May. dial no eaneadorsie and ffexMlonaM haabana bar 112 Pearl SL-Nev 'YorK:* ". Rice.Cotton,Corn,ic,has boon produced wishing to become : by Sexual Exees with advice for their pnventwa
Y$3.t04tb Monday in May. raOM lo vpbralit hImself with nefrjeci of Uie welfare there sufceegfally. nUt. must ,address, the written in familiar style)avoiding aIr medical
'BantRosa*, let Monday Jane. (T tile wKo-a pamphlet of thlrlj-m paces, eontainlnrfull CAREFuL attertloiwtl1bc riven""to'ralcs.o *,There is a large portion' of high,and low Proprietor N. IIOBEXSACK. a; his Laboratory t echniealities.and,verythios that would offend
n od.Jnd of &*UU, locetber wllS .Rice. Sugar, Lumber Timber and swamp. No. 120 North SECOND Street the ot
Xecaabia 24 do in Jane. for Cotton and Wee which coal be drained. ,above ear .decenelroua the result ef some tww
extract fr.xa'the bonlr; wM b* wnt fru o/ org. In other Southern Produce.-"Also'Merchandite easily Race '
PHILADELPHIA'! t devotedo
FALL TERM. any part of Ito (Jolted Btatw by a40r .*tnfc pnM-paJd chased pur'r Also considerable high rush land a. well as some y .earll1Uecrul practice exclusively
Franklin let Monday Deoember. as iirvln. on moat advaatagoou.terms. Junel8.1yf. very flneTimbcr which has never been cut through Sold by all Druggists and Merchants in the the cure diseases ofede1icatuorrlmLaUuie. -

'& .. 'l'.Drtcltafter 4th Monday in Nov "'hell'KnowleoTg. IlapplNvai' *fl. enN .:. JOSEPH GRICE. : The place,wonld.be valuable to any one having United States.*.7 r II '.* J 14-1 7Savannah' t'-To*which if U added, recipta 'for'the cur*-of-a Qe
'pabl to lie IgnoravntvtV QESERAL a force fifteen or,more working bands. .
JMKJC-AJ 24 Monday in i November. e COMMISSION MERCHANT. '
above diseases, and a treaues en the causes
For ulan Medical'Coll rrnp9ms -
in :' On receipt of One Dollar (for the fine Cditiom. 35 WATER 'partl apply to Farq Beth one. Ee.. ge.:
after lit 87'NEW.YORK.RrCT
Washington, Toeedaj Monday at Jacksonville'Wm. H. Clarke at > t and ear of the Fever and Ague for tweatvve -
edm. b.ntlnrTHE MARRIED WOMAN sr, St.Afaryt. SESSION 1853-54.
Koreaber.Volmee PRIVATE MEDICAL OaMPANIO.N" U net (toaSted and prompt attention given (o tit,sale I Ga, or to the undersigned at Fernandina, Amelia cent a eoprIx eoptea 'one donan'wfll be
lit Monday rn November. AMI*)la pan of die United Btalea, All letter mnvtbo O of all articles of produce entrusted to hiseore I Island.Fla. (geplT-ttm) 8ETQN.. TIlE COURSE OF LECTURES in this Instita- forwarded by nay part.: of the United ,State BV
Welten 4th de la October. poet OdTaM a4drM ed'10 Un/'.. M MAU lii. sot all order promptly complied with. will commence on the First Monday. of mail free .of potagev...AddronoetsgqpsiJCoedeti ,
(Unta Roea 3d de In October. CaUUVBox 1S4.! Nw York City. rublbhlmc OIIee, April U. 1852. ." .. tf Ten Thousand Acres of Land. November and continua four month &C, Publishers,or'.box 196VP.O.P..
K.IM tlbnrty Street liew Turk. R D Aesou' M D, Frof. Institutes and Prac. '. Tbi Is, without exception the most, eemtteensive -
lMambii.94 de Ia October. !.New 'orkrity. bv Strings'1 Townwnd': Adrtaaeo S. N.'.Wllh1nmCOMMISSIONMERCHANT' Deluding[ .a Valuable ;1'Jantatiou) with tice Medicine.. l[ nail intellible workpabffshod on the eTa

UW'ITID STATES DISTRICT COURT. ,. fibarman A Co,, D wiU A Davenport Extensive Improvements, J 0 no WARD, M P,Fro! Anatomy. or diseases of which, treats. :Avoiding alt teebical -

-Jftrtbr Pitfritt.TalUkaeeea Barnes A Co,Office 139 LibcrtT street,near Green. 'jACKSOMVILtE, Fiji.: "Well. .known at the raidencc of the' late W O_BCLLOCH.MD, Prof.Principles Practiceof brine It addresses iteelf to the reason of JtJ
/ wicb. ,. .may7-ia 'rrixrS: eonstantlv' band Surgery. rca4cr'v'It 1* free from all'o1 J ct101 ahl. matter.
lit Monday January.ApeUekleols _: ." .. 'eraI on and ilale'a. gen..L. COL. J, MclNTOSH, P M KOLLOCK M D. Pro Obstetrics. and Diseases. and no parent,however fastidious, cia object teplaeias -
lit de I. February.Feaea PROFESSOR. ALEX. C. BARRY'STRICOPHEROTJS 'S."A asaortinent ot Only Fi/Ht Mil*'fnm.'JrLe viUe dineilw of Women and Children. *> ; I it,ia,the beads of hi* ens,, The anther
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AoxajtlM, let de la April. OR.JdE DCATED. COMPOUND .. "-1 Tflj* 1 r-*T OsniiVvTlVTI"! rl THE $UUdCUIBER has btcc nppolntct E L MARTIN M D. ProC PbTaiolorv. eomplaJnU treated ot and "with too fitUe-

_." DfItitI. 1011 beautifying Carliag.Presenter..Reatortaf 1 I and.will sell them f,lower for roA'tVa they can be I .for the Admioistratora and will 1IDBTRD.UD, Prof.Mater Ue Ua aad Therapeutic breath to pail and'too tItUS pnnmptfoa Ulavtoae -

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lilt k .4re4 OBmvtac- *. abswlaf ."it .eat .aaseses beiknt Preteoer Barry after a Also,ft quantity of Machines and Tool used la other Medical .. ,te ta.youth i mae r tbetr..-r-M.A
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