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 29, 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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: political; "I "From'.'your.;flitlering>' p iwhi h' There:is'however,'',one feature of the r sincentj' ):andinTfar3 purity;' .I "*H the handsome* ,who he 'maintains.- no ". b&NnJVtY h1illlCn'JlE\'T." '

&o sentiment youhate offered'expresses,'I Democratic party*".which:our"opponents I depYrtmenU professions 'oftfet j we right to-''erpeetVntn1' it M'able' "i tpsy' ItjUoaTriJut, : nii.i
-' S I other ihings:being equal < atail his billiard Tier "walks the ''Tb 4 J t! 0(
prefer: | j expenses. -
rUE ADMINISTRATION AID THOSE,.. .WHO. should have.*nw7ta ?, from your enthusiasm can' #exiiadcrstand.-.onr elasticity under '
TTOCLD SUCCEED IT. oarsclveY of"the services !.pf-persons.: that T stood in th'midst of a Whig defeat-our recuperative cnergies.af- '''mannen. Tb the ladies with smile and .
Southern,no less than: Northern Whigs, b1igiri yare a fascinating m'6re BpWial duties, avail thetnselrer of show1ci'thCbeeflce
engaged i'cfl' r to :'shakethconMcnceotthc : meeting. And kayo we .at last found. ter, severe ;prostration. Our',reverses' or C l _'Ofret in triosi iralue,'and, ''every takes off his'bat to then) when he ,has 'tm0onorcij! etotoib irii "

arc actively in party?. (Laughter.), ,I know,that when 1840' were', but. ,the prcc rsur of, the, ,via where'cnirrcriti;. 'Wei\ Y'be allowed I passed them, as tbongzbeaid: .not wish grateful aearta'
American people : J : > tQ'. .. 1'rcco
at .some 'of the 'features pf the court eibseived9tttheu he .
glance' good eay o ) .
of defeat .
I: was Virgihia' there was. oYbig tory .1844- rldivis.ions.nd" in
tbc, present Administration. If they succeed : maun n,'iroch tSvra, desire to hare taught has observed older! men'do'th is,'and thinks w'Hicb :. protectidjcounties : an fJ\ ,

-;if they bring odium upon ,a President there. (Applause."), Again ho .says: 1848, the signals 'of. :unity and triumphin and pra tis d i in our schools;and such as' it "dcmm'd. gentlemanly" to do.so..like from which. tEey L&6zr

and a party whose principles are "Since I have been stopping in New York, 1852., Mr-B mentions, this .fact, all persbnsln welVordcred\ society' are bound wis conversational powers are Very 'dr"D 'during the pasC'year1. 'Iliej'avkvfesaodwithth'

I: notice that.the news a'pers. almost uniformly but he fails to assign a reason. 'He appears to'ob rr. ''The' conventional :iut s'\or limited, never having fathomed anything '
the Baltimore '
those of platform-they
give impression that the Whig to be,bra\ r'thanhis fellow Whigs' society are 'not arbitrary enactments', deeper than the bottom of a brandy smash : \
will of course bring into power,at the end .which many'who chose have. ,a right to extended his inquiry beyond the bill of crease populatipn.: aa 4 w.ealtL;jintEo
of 1'icrco's term, Whigs and supporters party is dead (Laughter. ) He says, "I have never been dismayed by sett.deticn e. They arc essential tithe f&roof, his. favorite, ,restaurant., In ..bisJOluDer section of I.tha State.W ht.einhabit

of Whig doctrines. The Whigs appear, from the above I defeat. Thorn great error. which. the'Whig nftmtchanco i and enjoyttent of soeiaL intercourse toiadiesjiejs'rather,patronising,,i and With &still Mgh? .p'tibtioidh. I'.
sketches to be rather good has committed has been the timidity and the furtherance of its and at the time humane for in
It would be well for the people-the as reported, party highest fame very' rbcbgnJa the. 'blcsstngs of hcaltH':and.ptmtifnl >
that is what left shown and ends. Every person/who enjoys the the first instance he acts upon the conviction -
hearts humored fellows, ( arc which it has its willingness
honest masses whose are always privileges and benefits of society t ral. of the inferiority of the I x, and 'in .Harvests which"have rW'im&dUtV I';
of them and it be doubted whether down its defeat.
,) to lay arms at
with their country-before joining a cru- may every Iy bound to observe wholesome rules the next with consideration, .with regard labors, of an ;enterprising ,peoji; but

Sadc to remove from office those now in they 'sufficiently eympathised with Mr. Not so with our opponents. The worse "Ill-breeding is.a""Ii against good morals to_the killing.effects..of. his, ,own,' beautyand above all they appreciate the prevalence 15:

power, to inquire who arc likely to be Botts, when he somewhat despOndingly you whip them to-day, the harder they as well as,a breach of social '.laws.- i manly accomplishments.. He can.pt of a sound moral. tone which alone caagive
exclaimed "I have found life No has to tha clown them'all and t6'show partiality -
a political will fight to-morrow. persou any right act possibly marry f
that Messrs.
their ? Granting efficacy to the law 'or characlJf'
successors bd would be unfair.' His head is the ; f. to \
hard thankless one." "I in well ordered society, or to unkind >
a unprofitable Here lies the strength of a true broth
Tierce, Davis, Marcy, and other members and offensive, setting at defiance the laws only place where'Natare acknowledges a a pew;and .rising commnTuty, and are,nn- :
ask whether there is a Whgparty or not? erhood and the' bond of affiliation
'*>f the administration arc faultless, is true in made for its convenience and comfort by perfect, ,va uum. ,. feignedly;: thankful :thatc their Jots ha'8' ?,'
it likely that the Whigs,if they succeed in (Laughter. ) men engaged in a common cause, &.the I common consent. The leading feature THE LATEGAL"E.I ,. been,cast in pleasant} places/ : ',,;' .,:'
lie then launches into a discussion of truth and beauty of the noble and self-I of good manners is a scrupulous observance <
in their :
ejecting them, will put Lettermen The Steimer William Gastoji, Captain /The Grand Jarorjiclcnbwlcag jF\riti[ f
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the various evidences of the existence of maxims of the creed.I of all the rules that regulate social inter : ; "II j
elevating republican
places? If not, even those who may not THOMAS SHAW, arrived at this city pasuretbcsaisxactiootheybasperienced j ) -
Let the pupils of our school be .. -
fully approve of the course of the present the Whig party, and no doubt proved it It gives the humblest man in the community required to observe them in their intercourse early on Saturday,from Florida.. As'an- in.mectingJudgeFn1eypftho"Western '
to his satisfaction and that of his au self it convinces him that ticipatcd the gale which was experienced
own respect, he ,
administration, should hesitate to join an t ,with each.other and their teachers, Circuity'now presiding tcmpon-

alliance for its overthrow.We ditory. has something to live for, and that helms I and npon all other occasions. Many of I I here considerable,: on Thursday and Fridsy the coast last, did, lily initheEasteran&theyfee1'is.ddetotbeoccasion t1
damage along a
The of his speech states: "Mr. interest in He feels I these rules 'considered are ;
the ,
an government. .abstractly '
may form pretty correct opinionas 'number of'vcsset Have sustained much ;to 'express. their.i pprot ? ,2
Botts proceeded at length to contend that that government a part: of himself. He ]Little things; and yet, in ,their influence while some have been lost. lion of the able
to the character of the gentlemen from the convience and pleasure of social injury, 'Cap very and.courteo 3,manner 7t
the North, with whom our opponents, the principles of Protection to Industry, wields the arm of a freeman in casting his i upon ntercourse, they arc great things. A tam in SHAW informs ns, that the gale at in.which, the.duties of: his.High,,station j ."

would displace Pierce, Marcy, Gushing, Improvements of Rivers and Harbors, ballot, in the selection of public agents, i particle of dust;if i a email thing; yet in Brunswick was very severe, and did much have been performed' diuiDgthilerm.f; "
damage the town down the
to blowing
Campbell, and McClelland, by ]looking at Distribution of the proceeds of the Public and is as powerful to protect his rights as be eye; which it irritates, it becomes engine-house belonging, to the Brunswick, To'- the'Sohcftor" ., cd.the other)ffieere. o I .

the of the candidates whom Lands, and other questions which the the direst aristocrat is.to destroy them. rcat in its influence. So an infringement Railroad 'cotton shed the- Court 'they award< 'flesttmonial .
they a a
position i the rules of be of Company, a large ,. . ;:
good breeding I .
Whig party has heretofore supported, are His house> however lowly, he feels to be ) may blacksmith' 'and frame house J"
are bringing forward for high State officein I tself of small moment ; but it often be- shop, a new of their,esteem.and confidence, irHile I _
yet vitally important to the welfare of the bis castle; his country, however desolate and damaging, more or less, a number of entertain tho
that portion of the Union. Let us :lomes important in the friction and irri- they proud u1ideDCO-.t.ha1 :

glance at New York and sec whom the nation; and the" }Yhi j party really lives and sterile, his home, in the emphatic :ation which" it produces in social intcr- other Wharf; buildings.which had been The'built new'of'Railroad'Palmetto the moral influences of the socie'"-which

there The Boston to support them. anti true sense of that term, and the government :ourse. they in some sort all teni"r'to
Whigs arc running. mVHYJOIIX5TOLE ,logs, has been washed away, and was .Tepresent, : .'
/W sketches the characters of the Whig Now this is quite refreshing-some- 4 under which he lives, in some \ THE. BO.WET. floating in the harbor, broken into pieces. sustain the ,upright,Jlagiatrate, and.'tho". t:.

1 nominees in that great State. Look,says thing like a glass of soda in a hot day.bclicvedthatpartywere.- 1 measure his own creation. Can we won- John McDonell, a young white man, The wharf aboveit, had,also been destroyed. just and wholesome admrnistration of too '.:

We have never Icr, then, that' the Democracy are power- ,rith an open, prepossessing,countenance, We are gratified to learn that no ". "
the Fit, at the ticket: 'u." A_ 1..1. .1 1.J .. ...a }..."n..h.. .. (",".t..1in. 1",1v'a .._ lives, were lad.. laws., ... ,
"It 1.1 headed by Leavcnworlh. lIe is sincere luprcicumny 10 aoanaoa mo oiu tul, that they are not disheartened by defeat I net n HJ from\".b.a millinery Wi' ftVft OW store** BU in o Second- I U1 a street WU- -- The-- -schr.-- -;-, -IT.- Mercer is ashore below There is one griemnciwhichii4long r

lint only one of the most devoted of the isms, in which they have suffered ignominious and that they are animated by a It is not a common event, in the course Brunswick, the; Brunswick smack is .been-the subject of public complaint; and .

friends of Scward, but never did frccsoil- defeats, but like the Jacobitcs of common bond of sympathy?-that bond of human affairs, for a young man to steel ashore on her bcam-endjj.opposite Brunswick which Has moro than once ,calledt for legislative :.

vr or crazy Jarrison abolitionist of Massachusetts old in Scotland, arc constantly watching the great lever in the elevation of the a bonnet-indeed, the case was sio"warenougb also a small sloo 'action, which; iHe Grand'Jurors :;'

do more efficient abolition service opportunities for a restoration, searchingafter race, and in sustaining the rights of bum to excite general curiosity r the Loss or THE SCHR. MART AKW.- feel/if peculiarly cir'duty'to'bringf to ,'
lie was a leader in the famous rescue ,
The schr. Ann
:Mayor himself seemed anxious to know Mary Capt' SIMMONS
the fortunes of James Prc- '
of the fugitive Jerry at Syracuse, and some or an i t y.-Ptnnsyhanian.jHiscrllancous.. why John's pickers should have fallen on owned in this city by Capt. DICKEBSON, the notice of,the court, and, _the:conn try. :

thus he openly arrayed hiuisclf against tender to their ancient dynasty. We bc- : a bonnet rather than'a hat-for the headpiece is ashore in St Andrew's Sounds, on her Coming, M they..do, from a pcl.whoeoveiylivesasielluthcirpecuuiaryinter. .-

due constitution and laws of his country. hove also with Mr. Botts, that the Whig I he wore was entitled to repose after beam ends, and it is feared will be a total '.

"The next on the ticket is James M. arty> is not dead, but we believe it power- long and faithful service. loss, together with a cargo of rice. Capt. ests are in perpetual jeopardy' by tha '. ,':
Cook, and there is no more decided Sc ess-we believe also their principles to VOU.XO LADIES AND YOUNG GE\TLr31ES. "Why did you steal a .bonnet, John SHAW took the Captain; mate and three put .
ward in all New York State! And A the of state ponrreWionswhhthoreinian, Of'
lUau young lady, over signature McDonell?" seamen from Jekyl Island, and brought
in the influential office of Comptroller, he be the same they ever have been. Mr. "Kate," sends the following spirited article "Ab, your honor, it.'s a worry delicate them to this city. The schr. capsized on Indian,Bribes remaining within;our-\bos;' ;,

would have the power, ns he has the willto Botts drops but one in the category he to the New Orleans True Delia We subject and I'd rather say nothing about Thursday, at 11.\(o'clock, A. M.,and'the ders,.they feel constrained .to. raise-.Ule -c' .
promote the Seward interest. So we enumerates and that is the advocacy of a remained' on' board nntill 4 P. M. r
think she fashionable it, if it's all the same to you and the oth- crew voice warning and complain V 1 against
might' through. Spauldiiig: i is next on gives young men a ", The Ann bound from Satilla.
go National Bank. Its absence in the procession well merited rebuke. Her remark "It ir eJtlcmen. Mary was those whoso itI&'tO enforce existing
lie list, and he. too Is .Scward with of duty
; "Have a wif? River for Charleston, a cargo '
only brings it the more prominently I will never do to commence the work of reform you laws and treaties indxemose; thisjawless
is seward; Gardner is Seward ; and "D\'il a one." 4000 bushels rough rice, from the plantation .
thus Seward runs through the whole into view. That measure of the entirely on one side, is worthy con ".\ mother or sister?" of Mr. Garrett. The crew saved : and dangerous band of savages from with- ff .
sideration. She entitles her "Howto
...utcru-one only excepted, George party may be considered, at all events, Educate America."piece, 'Not a taste, please your honor." nothing but what'they had on. in the limits of the State, -isWsource I ; ;_

W *>d, who is pronounced the only I Union dead, or, as Mr. Webster once said, "ob- Young "Then what use did you intend to makeof A schooner u also ashore below Darien, of much to find 'that GOT ;
I read in she the other gratification ,
whig on the list! lie is nominated for a paper, says, the bonnet?" near 3Ir..Rockenbaugh's Mill. .p., l
jiulgr, with uocIutHcr irJmlrcrrafun election solete. day, that some new ornamental branchesin "Must I tell worship Why, The steamer;P/anfcr, Capt WIGGINS, .roome expressed his ,determioadofl -,:
your '
S who, pays the N. Y. 7:rirxx.. no There is one lesson to be drawn from young ladies' education were corning then, it was taking Nell Callahan ,over got ashore opposite Brunswick., She is to Wry,out in ,good ia t1isofaathe" ; ".

doubt, was put on to swear by-that there : this manifestation of the "hero of the out soon-"Cta/j-ology, mology, and Sehuylkill last Sunday, that led to the in a favorable position and it is .believedhas duty devolves upon the.JUte/enaclf; '.;)

was fair play-union and harmony." I turf from 'Old Virginny," and that i is, IFeflTw-ology." All honor to the projector whole calamity. The ould scratch instigated not sustained much dam ments'of the Legislature of the Stat'!at .

A beautiful batch And yet prostrate I we arc to keep constantly in view the necessity of so ask happy when improvement ladies; but become,allow mo to kiss her among the blackberry ABRIVAI OP Tilt BRITISH STEAMSHIP the expulsion of;,thesa : ndlinji'and ,
me our ,
young .
lie administration of Gen. Pierce, anti of union and harmony among the such patten housewives, in what"eirc/ bushes, and she fit against used the civilitytill like CONWAY,iff Dl8TRESs.--On Saturday while the '.Grand Jury 'Hope' the bcitresults '
her strawbonnet was up a forenoon .the British steamship .Conway 5 .
such these to be the Democracy a concert of effort, and a determination will look for suitable ? Le I
just men as arc successors I they companions crunched egg-shell. Capt. G. W. HICKS, arrived. this from ho recent gwutTve action

of himself and his friends from I to avoid schism and division. Not in uppcr-tcndoui could they be found. 'There,' eays she, 'you've ruined mel* port, in distress.-For some time 'past oa''the: subject, they stand rady,in com- .
of the bc-wiskered bc-scca-
the North. Is it wonderful that the paIriotic Let once the idea be entertained that the Just fancy one "'II ow's that?' says I; the Convoy has been employed as_ a D nwith'thOcitizensOftbee6untiesfzem .

among the American people) shrink Whig party is dead, and its principles buried ted,uoustachiocd with one of exquisites Solomon's, in maidens companionship -, 'Why,' says she, 'you've kissed the mail steamer on the West'India'st3tionj which,t they.come, to sustain to:'the uttermost :
best bonnet ..
head off of me and spiled between St. 'Thomas and Demerara.From
back from such a consummation! Is it in oblivion, and a controversy will who laycth her hand to the spindle, or besides-and if, that's not oiy ruination, ,I'd her qffices we learn that she depart ,.the legitimate n of.the.S: io J

wonderful that should without arise the Democracy themselves, plying the flying shuttle, or compoundethrare .. ,
they any among like to know what is. ed from St.,Thomas_on .the 3d inst., for authorities the.premiacs : :
nice inquiry as to the relative claims of on minor point of difference, on the cookery. What affinity would there 'Never mind/ says I, 'there's not Demerara, and onthe,4th, struck"on be. In the unfortunate condition of affairs '

those who have received and those who shadows of shade, between brethren of a between be between them? The and same that exists much harm done yet; and I'll pay all the Kitts,'Dellet te Point;; looingher rudder; now;: subsisting'between."the frontier set .

failed to get'office under Pierce, be foundin common faith, when the Whig party will all glare a butterfly and glitter,and a frisking boneybeeono move damages.' and sustaining other injuries in her' Hull tlements and the Indian, there'is no present .:
"Says she, 'if don't get me another which caused her to,leak.badly. With a : :
all the States rallying to his support, claim to come in and act as umpire in our ments, the other all patient industry and bonnet,you willain you I'll sue;you for temporary rudder the ship,was enabled security .for,the,.fanuly!ihelifet or ; ,'''

when they know that his defeat will, in disputes, and divide and distract us,'lnd sobriety.I high trayson.. And so, your, honor, I to reached the port_of Basseterre, on the property of the settler. -Thai. settlement :

the cud, be the triumph of the Scward- perhaps get a new lease of power, and the cannot think of a more useless article, was obliged to do it." island of St Kilts,and thence proceeded and improvement country'bin l' in.s *
its exercise. The fable or one more out of place, in a room "To do what?" to St. Thomas. Here a' was to da
itcs and Scward'Jiprinciplcsl For much consequent right to work is progressing, than a fashionable survay great1 degree suspended, .anathejustanil *
as the Whigs of certain localities and of the cat in the meal tub should be man. He knows so little about "Get her anotherbonnet. There' was when it was ascertacned bet tho'injuries reasonable expectations of.tBosa'who;'npJon. .
young no shying off; the bonnet bad to come by sustained by the ohjp! were ,such as to
States may dislike Seward, it is clear that constantly remembered. It is not all matters and things I feel in pain until he book or crook, and so I hooked it. If I render extensive repairs necessary, and it. .the invitation; of thaj(3qveniiaentlan4(! I
if Pierce and the Democratic party are meal that looks white. is safely lodged"moro'in the parlor, among other "- must go the'.voyage, let me speak, word was determined to put' intothis, port for the assnrancet of its'plighted frith;Cc :

turned out, Seward and the Seward party Never was the country'.in greater danger annuals things and bijouterie.It for ornament. than use, of advice 'to the young men which is >pow the p purpose of going intb:bnr. "C"'dock move these, Lilians, hare alread/' T 1J .
of the true of present,standing solemn sileneo'aroundthis -Sav. Netcil' 'T'BruwiC.Th ''inves2men' tlt '
jnustcotna t'n. forgetting principles a will never do to commence the work warnin'.by el1 Jil tared/seltlemenfi/ '
inclosher. Take
Thus jndgingcvcn did we sec much lessto Democratic form of government, and returning reform entirely on onoside.' I propose ancholy fate, and kiss the gals.moderate. ; $ 'is a .deer and oountrj' '.have_. ')beep ,;fstrztcCndi. : __>

commend in the present administration to the bcreesof Federalism, three branches morc'to bo added to the don't smash .their .bonnets.. And .now, beautiful meaning hr the saying of-"the feat d5 And while a bold/, and q.pUnotktcommunity

.1.__ ._ .1_ _SS t.,1.1 1'1'.1 A t,.->Ti Amnnir 1in.. (for* ftftnnifwlinnr". in list of studies tarfinuftinq youne centle- r-**i0 T'. .*...1.' +A .nfFV. .i.* T, nrtiw ..innVUW wife ofJagzellonDukeofLithuiiia.. Some Has'been tinti' ln*
tuau nuuu, we.MIUUIU 1CC1 UOUUU LU BUS- blldU --b. v*- v. t--- p\ *M) -u A a** fttT vn* -y --'v' rw negleeted,
manfasbionably !& M>l logy CTtc ology, coming to her in,tears,'complain '
lain i it We would Mr. Monroe's second administration.Then .- ; < t.who is.taking down tbe'jCrcOdiwill peasants 'foe has Seen1 allowed inlh1 -
eooncr"bcar gen
the ills impunlt
; additio :' of the. her husband savage ., .
and" $Y-ology'andthatin; ,in' / to I bore ed,that the servants King, 4
that itwithmanly, for .
we have than fly to others that we know the Federal party/by: Us infamous the requisite number of "sheets, towels I; titudc sartify. ,It's's crushing affair, and I have? ,had" carried dCthJeir;ttle.\::'She t perslst finrt ha.opco!.viola tlon;JE ; '

.not of'-or rather, that we do r.'ROtltOj. conduct during the war with Great Britain spoons and napkin-rings- promising a sneaking tion'that my heart i is,crushed went td Her hoshandpand 'obtained, instant stipulations, anti Jiascnjoc4 )j.-4 ;

But for ourselves, we rejoice to be able and i its treasonable councils' at the, pupil,bo ,furnished with a new wood- worser than Nelly Ca1lah n';,bonnet." redress. "Their cattll have 'been secure 'in" tcx: hI ) '

to say that there has never been an ad-, Hartford .ConvcnLion''was'! .considered I saw and'axe well sharpened, and daily ,:The milliner lady from,whom the,.bonnet restored th m* ', said back:.the their,Queen iconSfi !.""'Jut- exhausted enerJ5tes"for'* few!o ii
exercise with them bo practised. It will feM ihall give them.
jniniatration since wo were interested i in dead;,."but like Phoenix i ,. from its .ashes it I supercede the'necessity,gymnasiums.. was stolen, was deeply .aflected, ,and Once"more. therefore,,'*he 1irandltnquesJfor 4
considering that-ths theft..was committed yERTi.A ..won'try.poet'
politics whose leyfnnittyi we so thoroughly soon arose under another name, embracing In our onward march to perfection,'and under, the influence..of; "almighty love," Has TlMEMtAl addresscd'tba'. following lines ; ,the.counties, ,,of Oranga an SL'Jiucw '

' approve u that of Gen. Pierce. From the s\mo obnoxious principles of in taking up the accomplishments'( of!'our she declined ia prosecute,and at her earnest ""7oLu' J claim that the guarantees of laws and Jib

the day of his Domination! -posted up aswe government. The disregard of the popu. grandmothers; earnestly'bog that some request the erring lover was set at lib :Them' enanns.of' Yonrn mut KMUI d cay;''. erties upon the faith>fff.Wz"Stb.'country .
provision made against being'cutoff With all tkejoji that youth hM bring f ; : *thus"fair settled tatid linvcd.
then were ia Lie history-until now, lar will by the election of J. QJ Adams as from.the and .such would erty.-S"nday.JVe1"Cu"y. ,J'er bent, uiekJ1' fadee..aJ- has4becn !
"iertfoc/e/y -
I /map'pro'mptl/\,aidstrictly' 1
our confidence in his President over Gen. Jackson7,"''by the YOUNg '1&' .Then g'It,litdj.. wltilf you're yoy, : !
patriotism and capacity be the result, unless the'lords of creation TflEPERT forced. : :- ST"t-'
ifouse 'aroused the 'us. 'There bj),peripd in: the'life of a young A young lady' explained' to a printer ;
has never wavered for an hour,- of Representatives ; are willing to keep"pacctrilh 'Their ,ELIAS Woo. t P! .Fordkiatr
believed then that he would: make- country, from i its,.stupor,and showed1 Uie lilly hands would sear.c1yrIhh' 'present man1tch may; appropriately bo': calledthdagc'of i tho other day tho'-dostinttion-'bctTrccn- : "0:7-'i-the' papers----, ;. hi 0.;. '

beIteIccn' 'Wbiehtbc people wcre.listj views, bo willingly! united. ,witb; .those puppyismIt "Jsj'tliaCpcjiodis ; : printing and. publishing, and at Ihe conclusion tooopy.., : : co Jbtil."if: : ,
tre more. implicit/ now. ,. precipice over : which bear marks of labor;; and what a when ho titu&tu'or that > boy, and 'of, her.reu1 rks' by wayof-illua.' : f !
that be making an excellent president. icshly) standing. They then rc-asscrte4 dreadful state(affairs would 'occur1'in a good,dcal Jess than !'man' ; 'when ihd srationsh&vaid:i' ou.may print.a';kissopontifyi 71'; .As-'vauc A .

So bclie1"iog,1re are for him} let who maybe the doctrines Jeflcrson'', and (Jackson upper szo-tlothlfe! 6f the-''/ hand;: stroked acrdsVtlio: chin; detects.:a thcck..but you--inUsflbt ?pnblishik" nirryi"meU .,1 js pr :da.i1ttttz ..pe
_,..._ 1'f"irdor" of.the'ettSSieVgbeat
'against'him.'Sav. 'Georgian.TIIE became1 the second consolidator -0' 'the lift were to marrybcniath,his dignity.Hasten sort of adwn'y incquilityi and"visions, of ii .. ??' ,,

then. the 'glorious; era, when barbers and razors risfl'up coast utybe-; r .dtoLbe ba>:beeM's1isIilcd'b' thq-iW *B ,
second ,
I people ;liberties'; the : great.proitectbrof : becomes lo'tziD5u-rhe: (t1ie''I. ; 2KJr'Tbel14irt '
ford him when the tailor suddenly .
; \niio riUTrnor DEAD.Tbc walking-sticks shall bo cju verted Into boo, ; saidti1is rr. """
: riOpr\newzn manj kInd lri rdi ij..i
popular rights and !ft
: t jmpoftancei, '' '
p, handles crotchet-hooka into' a \> vast '
John 3LBottzf, knitting: person f
: Virginia, 'We.do' 'f"an thaWiiigparifio: ( die' ncedles and'': qo'ining glasScs and; ''fiifta- hobcgins to'taDt'bf the!'mea bforo1leearid tE otkcday.of.a ompoarya full niatuntj;;indT-ifl': 1Iett lih\
tt!? ;tcritable' .same' John 51. Bolts ..whoDc for, these .reasons. We,don't want. to dons be, known no inoro' ai, ."&''> the'ladies'tit ouracquainMc< a,. 'I"f eheIaredi&Ot'.-*e& ;IJI. :Ta,tho.the"azeUee..V'1 made Happy bj)e _fMbfiiW
t> slept with President Tyler, has'been when there .-,- :- : .'- .. Very tight pantlobbsaSpUyit! >.g1min nstaoral cycry&dyto up znornngQuo industrious' laboi.hirn1deEt1i.iiwjL&1itp '-;
tread, this circle i ,again, maybe tloc'tprbbwZi's; anouut.rt7.kTfr & t r f i I
: weal in
and 'eoura ventonng
I'CcfDtJrmakjo: : j>ecch l>public d niIeV'tncyfa OOj5MaERS. .phy sP.fh '
!1e which'beperUnacwiuly no,J, 'son tons;; from ,.immi The gooa*wund sense'of.the. subjoined' 'into th1i;wer vrith such; naeV Js ppbrt3as :. ?4iA, y,8. "n.. _,COQJ. .. .J1iIt "" oI.f* '
nent when the nrieshes'of'as danger- extract should recommend they cobtalBil'it : great proper-; trth1'tjfi '
contends% that ccttfut irid injorioto poUcynjay be too fit alltUosfJ wh&are fota&mJ y ,; Q: t Qns. ..1Do f1nl':1.a1B J-:UrY.1i 1.i..ft.iJ l( e4 ::i.ii1.s : a J t ': ;:.: < Jj'.J:1; <} ,'. .. ItD!' .

d.-Wbig party is"no*dead What ) strongly aai-'tJosely'bound !''around' the 'J I ql&Utj1! ,? \f;;. ',n. "t1. .tI.tiJi4'-Q'IJ.; fvcst' gold .caIUD, end -.B&. .!. UP'a.taadge'"xnC..I" t C'wct' e 4 .

tJrcekyaridih! '; Abolitionist, Idtit Vwheh'tbcf iselflinterest tJb,..matUrojraoupdjpoUcyjtojcuVtitrate e qumrD> -gt&sS 1n e tip to the ''externalqQaiificatk tk1D ia c1Jt nw'. ", U .'_v -. .. fliFe'fIrf 4c :
to break' '
people; through tooked/1 y'vr ; i itumn"'sn
r ur1mtts.ionmu" ; maiutf :lie JrA .WJsJ1-.T u,.thereVnotMo'g
: hii1drpn'fr! >Bsoftheperyoung
tins PuUriCB .ol ri.i
owt6 ur
l' l(leaders, taaytparalysS the ericfi: 'the irWiUAeLup I oUletbiDg:1:' l a estis&e1no1M' '
tio Und; 'J ud? obligingtfddres i seU hlll f parrin'M tJg peold ;

'YLi&t&I asertion: : of a' stjjh. ', .d'.leading, S." gies', .' oftjic'snss: ; ,-tfntU'ir'be'Cod'* SlW JateV-' ', gentle i?manners will da Rtorci&Uta(o Satl er'uouuti:'us cnouli tO be fiia 1rindr..tbt"iHs} hisigu,1 -.! hfr.ntJ cthtog. ; i ,stt :. ./ I calio'..r.v..i"tft.1tf'ihla&- ...,3 .,. .11f'' tIW ltiI '.. -
fe t. ,4-r &
icr'atipol1cjtokecp eDds'.lHanJ.stroogUiof fcalls"uinii mydiavfeUew''r "f'l G.thi6j .tj'i4 l1.
the '
\ye prefer faepwes. firm.and enduring { air\1ii =t
k..had yet IZ3lOtt3sifaks : ',* *bo paternal pare*lt.beMway8calsJg "No." < ;iufl4g4ck4n4"-' jJ ia1 l at.tw 'bt _
Cautiously : op a constant t',organization'toconstantixprociaka mind an4 i up riority.oratulpien m % > ." 7th.inla\: "Mii.' ..
tB.iom ",l.i 'm it'k 'tIZilt'flt7OYtTsy. : 'L ; Jcrt'wo 'Mc' l'tb- ,.gqvernor3 ffthinks :'f j Mt i
? !
ksjtor The rn.nnra ? liltnha ttm y :
prjaeij> !
their ..
1Lf f .v!" a of him eeryfhiins except when forK--Ill cothrougQ them otions nvia1ttO -, t .;,
"tJm. r '* '- -CT V** l<*-11"3 V*. ->SJ $$MfrVf. tb..Jte&%&<&9&unit l'iuitrUic heart the cu1th outpourings'UuOf of bf"bcnVvoletico/ti| .|.!.inipdf H' bo wants tbe jj.or'goVeAoif t Ho '&mriaown ti ,? IJ ,ttU5."a 4'tce t \ I autumn wind .f&1urn'i"I -. .Y'Z.

Tie says in one pinas:- : and Invincible. ; ..
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: TH Jrmu 1XJ1D FFiW-: ietterof;? Mr..Bronson- Ibis.Secretary ol !HEALTH O*';HEW ORlCAXS. ""'< 4.n$u...... c.-....,.. stream of population and wealth will swell

Botioii-:"J i -Jial gtve the following the Treasury," says -"Si**\ir*' <" e, The f:2tcayttnet of the 18th;says: A meeting PR ei'of.tot--1 Board j *(?Director* of the tide of our then rat*! toes,.to maturity

as th. Peruvian account_of tlie] ,recenotevrrcnce "If- Secretary Guthne't 'letter was nn 5' ''"The weather has .again'become cool the Florida Rail" Road'Company was heldat Fortunately! this con* maaiion: may tc

S at,the ChJncna Islands,: advised, Collector: Bronson's reply, .in and delightful, and we take occasion to Jacksonville on Saturday, the 224 inst., enjoyed withoaf'diminishta! ; rb
'?Da the 16th August certain teamenof view of hit position; and the facts of the reassure, our absent ,..citizens" .and,-also at Web 'IheHOT,D.X. YuTee, who l bad and value oftther r6utei'projfcteiTiriAvtewto : ,ra

vessel Defiance case, deserves decided reprobation, It strangers, that there, is not the least danger neet ib\mme:commercial
fh.:North American ,at a! a previous meeting of the- Board bet .. rteessity;

,tfackorjat'the Chinch* Island-killed on seems that he, after accepting ,and in coming t-the city. We suppose elected! PrfWent delivered. (Tn! aiUreu f for if _II'b, :, ,.1It ths 'hi
the :adoptin the creed of the Baltimore Platform there baa,been in:'no sense of the term ;sister *' ;
of the biro's which produces guano. As here for least days which: will be 'o""Dd ;in another l.a-; ;; our States, were estaWiioed, (nit
at ten
the Bland with its truces and. buryings the any epidemic
b a&ilfJae
that severely prohibited Among other resolutions adopted by the would insufficient atwcr.the coastanlly >
the commandant. thePeruvian aloop-of past, conjured up the demon of proscription pasC' Board famished with increasing demands. trade and iatertourae. .

watlrtDertaa a captain of the navy, Don -- -- ---- --- and io appointments discrimin- 'fh jFYcaywnf thinks! that there, ,is nocity of the,following we have :been a copy The.' overerowjed; .twaint ',.

frnacio who of the ated against those ,who" though differing finer health '
Nariategui, Js governor ; in!hoUnonbIeseI M artificial
of the FlorIda
S RtxtceJ. That Directors moluplml
Islands ordered the,seaman to le put fo r UGKSONVILLE 1; : in State polities.,from himself,-yet were, ways terminating onLaki
: than New Orleans now enjo,.. : Railroad Company" not eoiuUerthRoad Erie:, Is strongly f ,i lustrati..1Vf thi
hours i in the Bam-/the place according to the.orthodox standard, just *
'I' contemplated by : u: a
SATURDAY: 9 18 & view: for the Qdlfof Mexico is a .
'OCTOUEll as good Democrats. Moreover the aspect more ex.tensive
of punishment r sailors BETTER: T,nT.-The :Mobile T route whose' inrreaU ,would conflict; wit;
The captain of the' Defiance' appeared, of the case is scarcely improved by 'those'of'a road running through' ,tbe,State '" basin of"'supply than' the Lakes'

demand hi*seaman,'and dido in dis- II r We: have no r b election' returns tho additional ,fact we" find stated'i in the l'unezpcaking of,3Ir. Secretary! Marcy, fr ube'Atlantic Ocean to Pe_ ota; bnon While'tbert w, laudably cxirt oar energies

CO'artootll' offensive terms 'Ifs claim than those given in our last,, exceptthe Richmond Examiner, that this same says-, the contrary,they believe that,ibe inter! to open the:avenue w propose, wt nay

being refused, be returned' accompaniet: vote at KeyVest, which was : Judge Bronson ;was delegate from aBarnburner "We have come to,the- conclusion' that" the eels State of commerce> the demand local interests both road of heartily wish..success ,to all, other, similar
several-"other :his constituency the notorious lie is in some sort such a man as the famous imperatively ,
cvplains; -
by countrymen enterprises, which accommodating: j the
Baltiell 138 Thompson 45. and that dear seventy miles of the Atlantic, same
Buffalo Convention .1S48. Yet this is TaU rand of whom it is said that
and.in actual tumult wished to compel eartern'end of tbe rw d might and shoul commercial want, will aid ns drawing
Commandant Nariategni deliver up Douglas 169,,Dupont 131, Seinmcs44Hogue the'official I, now,ei- fticio, who presumesto his control over his passions'was so' absolute be made common to the two tbus saving through our Southern section of the Union;
,the seaman. The Commandant says that 4. rate and denounce the administration, that a man might ,kick him behind the'expen of the construction two nearly share of : of '
enriching stream
he three times used yerbrial instruction because it would square its favors to oth- and his face would exhibit sense of the parallel roads terminating at the samo a Western
and courteous 1DeaJ10 persuade the captains Jtiiilr From the Presentment of the ers 1 by the same rule, which meted out a indignity." point. And,with this view ,the Board invites commerce.

. to retire, audio desist from the on I tI Grand Jurors of Orange and St. Lucie fat berth to him. The conduct of Judge To which the Charleston Mercury replies the co-operation of the Directors 'of Equally) fortunate it is.that the track most

rage which they committed: against his counties, to be found on our first page, i it Bronson is a fair commentary upon the -"If,our friend the Tribune was the Central", Rail Road Company.1 RIica" .. likely to be required by the general necessities
authority. These means proving ineffectual sincerity of :all those whose professions of of commerce will accomodale itself
will be seen they express their gratification better with the stalwart Secretary
be ordered the troops in his vessel respect to the rights of the South, about acquainted iltttlmg railll Proprietor admirably to th. requirements of our local
determination of Governor
tobeprepsrcdandtoemployforootorepci at the which there has been so much talk in we arc sure he would be somewhat convenience and development. For, waite'
'S that Broome to out the late enactments this New York scramble." Pursuant to invitation, a general meeting
the captains. It is certain oue carry reluctant to try the experiment. the convenience; of thejiorthern portion of
took from *' soldier of the for the removal of the of the proprietors of mills on the St. John'sRiver
S of them a bayonet a Legislature The Richmond Enquirer indicates the tbe Gulf will demand a terminus, as near
and them the others made use of theirarms devolves NOT DEAD. John Morrissey, the pug- was held at Jacksonville.
S Indians, ea far as the duty upon relation in which the Southern Democracy the base of the Peninsula practicable, the
so that several of the captains were list writes a note to the N. Y. Herald The object of the meeting was to device
him. The Governor way rest assured or mean to stand toward: the enemies of Intercourse with the southern portions, of

S S wounded. the approbation of the people his efforts the administiation, in the followingmanner under date (.f of the 14tb, to say ho is not nome remedy for tbe inequality and irregu- that great sea, will call for a terminus b
The Peruvian government, as soon as larity arising f lorn the different rules of sur-
they had knowledge of the events, sent towards so desirable an o1jeot.i& : dead, as had been currently reported. lIe vrors and measurers of lumber on said river near as possible, to the point of the Penin

Islands .. also that be has received the written sula. It wilt thus be indispensible that
officer the to make the inquires says ,
an be fUnd "No matter what may be the issue of and to suggest; such mode of measurement -
t which the case demanded. In another column will < the New York feud, it cannot be amiss to decision of the referee in his favor, stating and suivo as should ensure equalityand while one fik of our road shall rest upon.

While this was passing, the captain of the proceeding of a meeting of Mill Proprietors announce the inflexible determination of that he won the fight fairly and honora to both purchasers and sellers the excellent harbor of Cedar Key another

: Defiance left the Chincha Island with! held in this town a few days justice ; must make its tu the magnificent;
Southern Bay
the Democracy to adhere to the few would be way :
1 bly. Very men, we opine, also to specify and define the duties of sur-
his vessel, and, while departing, perhaps of in time be extended ;
administration of President Pierce, until Tampa to to Char
stand and take the knocks
:' without any ill intention fired a canon i since.We have been requested withholdthe he forfeits their confidence by some dere- willing to up veyors. lotte's harbour, if a suitable depot may be
he received for the staked. A free of opinion wan bad
and as that was a new infraction of theregulatioDl money interchange .
S butas lection of duty or surrender of principle.He found there. In looking; ; to this double! termination -
publication of these proceedings, and the I
the Peruvian authority de II between those present following
,- will have with reluctance '
: our support, not ol our road the Gulf I feet
the fine in such! also resolutionof TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. revolutions; were adopted by tbe meeting : on per-
: demanded the payment of we arc requested by a and indifference but with that ardor /
AHACHUA LODGE. Ne 20, A,F.SI suadeJ the best interests of the of
cases fixed by the regulations. The captain the to insert them we do so 1. That the calculations for round, sided company,
meeting and devotion which have ever character- Kewnanirule Florida, Oct. U, )853. I
and timber, known as Preston's Tables the State, ant of general commerce, will be
of the Defiance said he would square "
-'. repeat ized the of the Southern De of this
stated today
fealty At
but will publish any respectful remon- party a meeting Lodge shall be used.
the firing and a double fine; and it promoted. If you concur in this view,
; pay the offer in mocracy. And, although we cherish the the resolutionswere 2. That all sound round logs over 15
which following obituary
was to employ force to prevent strance Loggers may it will be for you to dec;de upon the point
necessary warmest sympathy and highest admira- inches in diameter at the small end and 20(
him. The captain was sent to Callao a relation to this action of the 1i1Jmen.We .- tion for the Hunker Democracy of New adopted : teet and upward in length, and all sound on the Gulf,to which the attention of the

prisonerin his own vessel,to be tried there. are informed that such a remonstrancewill York-although we would deplore the day Whereas, information having reached sided timber, hail square at small end; and company ongUt: to be first ";rectld.

L', All this has given occasion to an exchange be prepared for our next paper. which sees us in antagonism, yet if it be us of the death of our brother in the 35 feet and upwards IIII length, to be consid. Out, gentlemen. although confined by our

; of notes between the Legation of HiSCHOOSEE their purpose! to join the enemies of the "mystic tic," GUILFORD Srcncs, who ered merchantable timber-alt logs:; or timber charter to the country ot this side of the
the United States and the Peruvian Minister chr left his home a few weeks since on a journey of less dimensions, to be classed and
ADVENT. The Br. administration, we must sunder all connection Suirannee River, or what mar be defined.
of Affairs. traveller indeed and to designated by the surveyor as unmerchant
r 5' Foreign Golden Eagle, which arrivedyc&terJay; forget the friendship of the past, proving a able. Peninsular Florida the proper interests of
The Peruvian waitingfor that undiscovered from whose
S government morning from Nassau, N. P., (says the and regard them as we regarded the barn country 3. That all logs and aided timber to he our company extend beyond this. limit ; fora
the result of the to It is withdeep
bourne return.
investigation, remove burners of 1848-as traitor and ihertcrx. none ever measured at the smallest part of the stick, Floruftiis.so
s their officers at Chincha, or to judge Charleston Standard of the 24th) ftl We make no menace. Our purpose and unfeigned sorrow that we are deduction to be made fur all crooks: euffi (connection with western important

: : the captains implicated in the affair." in with, on Saturday last, off Savannah, is only to indicate in what relation called upon to record the death of bro. cient to make the logs stra-glit-except the ( to the value of the enterprise we

.1. the scbr. Advent, of Jacksonville, Fla., Southern Democrats mean to stand to- Syches, in which this community has usual sweep in sided umber-and deductions: are charged; to conduct, thit! we cannot fail

TAUt OX 'UIA GE. wards those who make the admin sustained the loss of one of its most gentlemanly for all visible defects. Also:! the purchaser to entertain A solicitous concern in favor of

r The Asia's news, looked for with soc Tobey master, from Portsmouth, N. II., istration." war on and pious citizens, and the crafta shall be entitleJ to deductions for all defects every enterprise Jookuig to an extension

much anxiety, did not become known until with a cargo of haybonndto Jacksonville, 11ORAN'GE i good; and upright mason. Though cutoff not seen by the surveyor, hut which could west w..rl frou our eastern improvements
have been the hauler before
some fifteen minutes past 3 P. M. when which vessel had been in the gale on the SPR' G. from us, we yet have consolation in I seen*. by chopper towards Pensacola a
the water point aptly preparedby
being in ;
S- it was read aloud during high 'change.She .- We find the following letter in refer- the consciousness that he still lives and pu
about CO miles from of
19th and 20th inst, 4. That the size and length every sided nature as the mitt for a large sha.e of
had been telegraphed in the offing ence to this popular resort for invalids, in that Temple not made with bands, and j-q-iare stick measured shall be marked
bad be the of
mainmast tbe
Tybec. The to cutaway commerce great interior west with.
some. hours before, which, as soon as i itS in the Charleston Standard the 24th] eternal in the heavens, and that his spirit upon the same, as also all defects ; and ill
became known, put a stop to all transactions during the gale to relieve the vessel. has returned to the God who :gave it measurement of round logs the place of be- the Mexican and Carribeau seas. In tb's.

:'- in produce, of moment; and no sales the foremast going with it, and sr.ecping in! t. The writer is a physicion, who i is We need words, however, in this our prc ginning on the raft shall be marked and view it will be my desire, as I am sore it

4 t of consequence were reported after the the decks of every thing mO\ Llc. The said to have "attained celebrity in the amble, to express the heartfelt sorrow expericnccd such other marks made as shall enable the will be yours t<) give every poss,ble aid.

I news transpired. It was, in a politics Advent Laving no spars or sails: left onboard practice of his profession, and is there- by every member of this Lodg the seller same.or buyer to trace the !measurement of individually, ant as a company; to the! ef-

and financial point of view, hailed as decidedly fore qualified to advise on the matter of at the death of so good a man. There 5. The shall furnish bill forU of those of our feUth.citizens.yJo: ,
favorable though exhibited the officers and crew found themselves surveyor a enumerating
more which he speaks :" for the size and length of each stickto ; under other org-tnizUioiis; ; propj- tu sup
heaviness and off in bread to abandon the vessel
some falling : compelled JietJied That made to realize
we are both and .
buyer seller, -eqmred. ply in whole, or in part, the means of such
stuffs The prospects of re-establishing and came on in the Golden :Ktglc. The BLACKSTOCK, Oct. 12, 1853. unfeigned sorrow by the sad intelligence 6. That Surveyor General be selected connection.

peaceable relations were believed tc be Advent was fallen in with by the steamer DR. DARQAN : My Dear S.r-J am of the death of our brother Guilford who 1.all select Ins deputies' by whom It will
not o'isrrvalion' that
decidedly more favorable. really glad that you have completed the Sadies, and that we warmly sympathize surveysof logs and timber are to be made- escape your !
S The celebrated war despatch had proved Charleston, after the crew had left her, and in case of any depute arising between among the valuable fruits flf our enterpnze,
bargain for the Orange Spring, East Florida with tho widow and family of de
to be erroneous, at least so far as the state and was towed into this port yesterday; and I may truly congratulate those ceased. parties, his; decision; to he final. That Tims.Lcdwitb will be the Creation of at All.iat>c mart of

ment'was eoneerned that the Sultan bad afternoon who from conformation, or her editary Koolced, That the jcwds of this Lodge be to select such SurveyorG.iieraland he isfequciled commerce within our limits worthy the
deputies U as
i signed the declaration-of war,. and'that The Advent belonged to Capt. Willey, predisposition, have a proclivity to pulmonary be clothed iu mourning, and the brethrenwear thinks! pioper, from those now holding appointment important resources of one State, and answering -

i hostilities had commenced. It was believed of this town. or scrofulous diseases.!' the usual badge for thirty days. as surveyors and who may be the req i'reTienu: of our danrstic

l that before the Sultan backed, asS During my visit to Florida; last summer firs'jfied, That: the Secretary: transmit: appointed' by the Governor. traJe. fn doing; this, it is happly>> the case,

: he was by the naval forces or France and THE COLLCCTORSUIP 01 K\V-VORK. I examined with some care, the advantages a copy of the above to the widow of the 7. That all logs; and timber are to be sur- that while profiling our own State \v' also

: : England, would, in violation of their counsel Telegraphic dispatches in Savannah of that locality in reference to (deceased and also to the Masonic ,Journal vejed and measured by such inspectors or da benefit to our neighbors.; For

S ; and advice,sign the declaration of war, and Charleston papers nnnouncc the removal health, and I have no doubt of its being and our local papers, for insertion. the Sirvejor General, and to be measured although, .
in accordance with the foregoing resolution a* a community, we shall derive, as we
Olmutz and Vicn- may
; the peace movement decidedly the best "city of refuge" for L. M. SC.U OllOtGU See'y.
and of lion. Greene C. Bronson from 8. Parties above Picolata, ill event of the reasonably hope, great local advantage to
; would reach Constantinople .
na open invalid in our hob The
a door for the reconciliation of pending the office of Collector of New York, and medicinal, qualities of the country.waterthe As INDIAN BATTLE.-A letter to a ble regularly! may select appointed others deputies by mutual being agreement;inaccensi-, ourselves from this result we shall at the

.5 difficulties. A letter of the 7th the appointment of H. J. Rcdfictd who same time largely contribute to the growth
private mildness of the atmosphere, and the balmy California paper gives the following account to .ne ?ure or re- uU'eYt provide the me*-

; inst, from Liverpool to a. house in this was on tbo Cass electoral ticket in 1848, aroma exuded from the extensive of the battle with the Rogue River urements are in accordance with the above of neighboring marts of commerce, by open

city states that there is so little dependence in his place. pine forests, adventitiously suspended in resolutions. ing a channel, through which the capital

S ; to be placed upon the successive the air-all combine to minister to tie Indians in Oregon, in which Gen. Lane 9. Whereas serious losses occur to both and commercial energies of Charleston and

rumors on the question of peace and war, The Secretary of the Treasury addressee! predisposed, and those already diseased, a was wounded. parties by the difficulty of identify ing proper Savannah mareacha trade with the Gulf
since )Ir. IJionson in !)" in log, for the mutual benefit of all,
that it is most advisable to await the solu- a letter not long to ,
therapeutic precisely such the JACKSONVILLE. Aug, 25,18o3.
as in which
ngency we request all persons getting logs to mark : ports, they nol otherwise 110
tion by facts. Again, speaking of the which he was: informed that in future afflicted require. It is now a re their
organs Another battle was fought with the In- logs so they can be iJ Iltlfielf. profitably participate. Thus facilitating

war despatch previously referred to, it nominations for office in the New York cognised fact, that all those having a dians yesterday. There were ten Indians 10. That we,SIte unJ\'riI'I.ed, owner and the intercourse between them, we shall

says that later advices, since received, cubtom-house, he was expected: to make family tendency to consumption, have the killed and thirty wounded. The whites managers of mills, hereby mutually! pledge mote the growth of Southern pro.
have proved that it was either a hoax cr or nuclei of tubercles congenital ourselves that we will not purchase, or ; our Seaport,
I germs ; lost three men killed and eight wounded. .
premature. It was believed to have been them more equally from the Hard and in many cases the lungs arc thickly stud the killed wits Capt. cause to be purchased, or receive at our Gulf and Atlantic ; an object valuable' and

sent on by the agents of corn speculators, Soft divisions of the party in that State ; ded with them. Many of those so afflicted of Among Yam Hill! the other two men Armstrong were from, m.hhs! any Jogs except such as are measured desirable; to the prosperity of the section of

to enable large holders in London to sell the appointments already made being may pass through life to a good old Yrcka, but I have not learned their names. and lutions.surveyed according;: to the above reso country we Ire mot nearly allied with.CAFT. .

out under the panic such a message would nearly all of the Hard stripe. Mr. Bran age, and never experience any inconvenience Col. B. R. Alden is said to be nit rt ally II. That the editors of the Republican

; necessarily crate, and to counteract of Olmutz,the son replied to the Secretary in very ill- ; but in a large majority of ease, wounded; the ball entered his neck and and Aero be requested to publish the abovein In our notice of ISGRAIUM.the KosU affair, some
news of the movements inclement weather their
peace slight exposure to or came out under his arm. Gen. Lane was lecpective journals.
weeks since, we took occasion to
which had depressed prices. And it appeared tempered letter, recognizing no authority some other disease, gives development also wounded in the shoulder slightly.Tho .- BELLECIHSSE & FINCOAV, dobts to the of express the

I from the letter referred to, that on by which he should be dictated to in to those almost invisible' pfayite tpnttt battle lasted four hours at the end of Alooor & BOULTER our a correctness r
certain to/
the publication of the despatch, the De- which terminates in confirmed TAYLOR RICHARDSON & Co, port attributing expressions
I within matters of this kind, which the Secretary speedily which the chief, Sam, proposed an armistice PARSONS & HOJCO Capt. Ingraham, which, from our knowledge
I mandiinpro'redandpricesreeovcred considers insubordinate, and contends consumption.In which: was granted; and both armies FAIRBANKS & Co. of that felt sure
2d wheat and 6d. flour of form- very
I on on "- order obviate this gntlemn
that he has the right to appoint subordinate development, we agreed to meet at Table Rock tomorrowto =sAJiDEHSON & Co., he was We have just
I er quotations. must seek' climate. And I incapbe
more genial
have KELLY McRoar
; ,After contradiction later advics officers in the custom-house. Hence a WA : seen a Capt. Ingraham, in
the by now offer an opinion by no laid REED &
means Tho Indians numbered 250 men, and / : hoaxes, which he his surprise and repel .
of the despteb'tbe decline, compared to !Mr. Bronson's removal, and the appointment upon idle speculation, that no place upon the whites 96. The battle came off at IJIRSELL&. AlitER, that,such expresses'ongentlcmanly: language'should

: the previous market day on which it was in his of who believe he globe can afford greater,immunity from I / II. R. SADLER Co.,
place a man we the bead of Evans's Creek,in the canyon, have,been attributed him. He.
received 8d to 4d bushel on IALATEA SAW MILL Cu
was per the of the disease t
development or more about 95 miles from here. The whites
is from the section of the
same the whole intercourse of CapU
wheat .aad Is barrel on flour. I .A..H.Coi.x&Co.teas says
per restorative after its
I means development, snrprisEd them. Gen. Lane and Col.Al-
in the State. Schwartz of the Hnzzar and himself;
Ik stated the refered to party ,
was Jhat despatch ban Those
Orange Spring. laboring under den were wounded bile making a cbarv.It ., of lion. D. l. Yultt of the add
He was courteous
fiad inflicted vast deal of mischief both In relation Mr. Bronson's removal > before meet.p mot gentlemany -
a .
diseases of the chest or such as know
j [ is here that
generally supposed .itKj Director
JK / of tit Florida Railroad character and no unpleasant word .
hi and l'n'th United States. It pas
England the Savannah its themselves liable from influence
j Georgian expresses grat- family tho intention of the whites to make a jrtyiS ffompany. cd between, them. Subsequent to the
bad caused amount of
: large property ication thus should repair to this asylum at the approach with tho Indians account ot/their _' !
I stocks and other securities to besacrificed : ty ( ,was your pleasure, ate ,affair,on the.4th of July, the Austrian officer
pnblio of cold weather and remain until
sender the ft had created.The "We are gratified, at this announce- > : agreement to meet them at Talle'Rock ; I \ first Meetingyon held! as P rectors of saluted the flag of C!pt. I gritham5v.hio
panic he middle of first of June and
i effect'in this was more ment. We only regret that it was not May or bat for myself I have no suehjdea, and I tf f,Company in which we are associated, Io returned bu salute, and went onboard
country protracted their return avoid the mountains
on think there is other 'in view
similar in relation some ohj&t the Unzzar returned thanks
'than in because the contradiction accompanied by tidings appoint me to serve as the President ,
England, in the warmest summer ,months. The your aD
the of this :would
country not
mOre speedily followed the fraud to the District Attorney,Mr. O'Con- as Board for tb courtesy.CapL. Schwartz retur.
attenuated of mountain
ncr. Neither of these has atmosphere our submit to it; for anionseif.ThreeSpaniards visit and there
there than here* gentlemen any region is decidedly pernicious to phthisical I accept the trust, and will! devote my, efforts ne was no
to an office of honor or under wro shot this morning exhibited their
claim profit orfeeling during
bread taa"
S At the morningExcfiaBge, invalids. Hundreds of under your direction and counsel to
our people ,
young miles from/hcrc
he present Exec tive. Whatever their ,eight near Applcgatc entire intercourse. Each he had
Coinmoa brands State thought
were heavy; of both sexes have been cut off in the midstof tbe doty of tbe ol
Creek. One muUnras shot and the pnrposss<<
talents and character be,'they are inactive cargo done his duty and the other creditor
; flour closed at$6,62 a 68.) :Wheat was may gave
their and
joyous hopes flattering aspirations carried off Indians. The organization. ,,
active but' favored buyers. Cornwasahweaaier. c().() ration with-indeed are the by .tI.o. Spa acting on motives. The ony -*
prices by an imprudent Northern tour The enterprise, we 'have derives patrotie
leading spirits of an organization which is ,_ ards, were on their ,way from Crescent ; undertaken' remarks of KosU be-
excursion tim mountains. unusual t i interest from tbe aLut te dGni
or a -
snort City with :a; pack-train/ circumstance, i
now making war the .Administra house of
t1lQQ'etlpt cotton sold before npon ; rbetterth'ai iog on 0 .a th
It were such would remainin itnai in
accomplishing the'objects of the
the'reception of the news at c.decline. tion. lUbe 3Vbigsu J is likely,,shall Consul of Austria. After his
Florida than the mountains C0VNcmCUAMBEE,00t.27
N. ? H4.Itf 20t1-_, : carry New York in ,the ensuing election, approach! !company= a great public'good will b. fusel to ; anything 'upon'the subject,
; say
the limits of their State. Pursuant
: beyond
or call
< own to a for special meeting, achieved. '
f ': '" a act even Seward and: Oreeley, nor any Capt. Ingraham asked him directly if
I"' I' I other members of It is impossible for,me.to do justice to the there were present at 4 Toe present commercial isolation of not
fed ibod : two ,that party, will p.m., Ktmta[ was on b whea he admitted
-Boua Poo.catt'' en.prere4bj sour of in the
many advantages
fermenti. ; p': flouran&waterioskbdotpnsteax4tben lave done as much to give them their of letter. Orange, Hon. L Swart, Intendant, and | Florida, rrsujting from a peculiar geographical : that be ,was. Cpt tbeare

: & diluted victoyu Messrs.Bronson and OConner., compass a Mess.Wiliiamsand Bonn Councilmen location; lathe chief .embarrassment ,to :. "It is Mr.
,"will conclude, ,by advising: all whore Tt.g Cnsu
afterwards thickened withybfftat Ir therefore administration could note our progress in development; and, if w*.were: .tha officer ,
*itbw9t;, a .subjects of consumption, scrofula, who adjourned without t transacting 'any tt aol
is > cat small are expected retain, in influential posiionc required! await the natural growth! onehsternal'wealihand ne4 bejng there Capt.
L ,} modification thisis
'Whigs'wh: 'were stwai: with it (a ) rheumatism and business. in consequence of there, .not be- Ingraham.'s'couduet the whol
Quicklyt; This plan! it ,adopted neither, would! chronic diseases of the kin, to. give the the pressure. ol local I, throughout *
: in"fianee.Iq a codersbIefttenL,, and to retain Democrats to have desire be.it climate and water a'fair trial, and I ha'Ybut ing a quorum present exigency, before establishing)the means:of a affar, was a courteous a it,"1 heic-

hai beta;.introdnceVl jean. ,ago:, in this eemeftsativo.euemig: after'lh9'. A Democratic tite( fears of the result*,- Attest: :J.H.H. BOURS, closer connection' with the-rent'of the States, &oa'Jferesse- -

Although not generally' adopt Very truly1intl respectfully your&T 'Clerk, of Council. onr would continue to be ,FoBliax
untrys1 t ieket,"every snember of which now tf&nds .?,, .os_ '' progress comparatively s- "Information hat
.dhji eserfjng, .pf .consideration by ',Jonw DOVGLAaMD.s.. : slow.! But the necessities of intercourse just reached the Department
: on the Baltimore platform, and h a 'snp. AREA or COTMA.-China proper .eonrains f0 ,
___.m Witft:respect t* he efficacy of of the administration u' between tr.. Atlantic' and Western irorcir'tbe\Bremen' that the
acid, food lot fattening aaimahv there' ift.M porter of Fierce a JiJ': J.J. Biscoe .i is announced asbay.lug -. 1SOD,000 square, miles, and thedcpcndcnchsconisting officelh ; POe
ticket too nominated section of tl, Union demand pathnentofprnsssajofthseGraa
t-S regularly, as as amoltiplUcation
on motTr; tabjec *'variety ofpituops. been Sub-Treasurer New of Chinese Tarary -
we can judge, Messrs Dr DIIOD and:O'Jonner appointed ofth&cbapneie. of intercommnnica-. tucby of Meeklenbuir Streliu, and ofthieDucbyoSaxony

ItwUkvnbatswuade. refuse to sustain. Nor it this alL York, in place of Gen. ,Due, resigned.Th .. ,Thibet, Little Buchar /'and the pennsular lion i ; and Iraositroad i across ,the' Peninsula Altenborg, havem*
nve more benefit Jrorja, ,sour milk, thinS 'of Corea, arc three limes the ex. their.posbjre and from 'Bremen,'

they,do from milk in a fresh state; andtberilt lot from, content the friends-of withhold tboiHluiinistrationiey their support ; *,'United State at ,Malt'ater.-'Ihefreeman' tent of China itself, in other respects they of. Florida, .miV ,from' geographcalnecessity..be dace to t United ,

: no doubt' but there are particles are giving it openly and zcalonslyto $Journal records rumor, ,that are vastly inferior to it, being in a great relied upon to furnish, one of t 1 the au ttJh'c'fv cents, making
.5 wMchpzcae digestion and facilitate the : comparatively dcsertswith tbe convenient avenues for this intercourse
its enenl1es.!' the United Minister portion> a stragIing : teral rate, Ir postage from,those,
oonptionLOfila5g11uantity of focd, tcs. througb-ita ; and rapacious population', perhaps: Once constructed, Florida, from being isolated respectively. t.a' BrmeD line

aad consequently expedite,. .7tba. 'fattening The ,Charleston I Mercury, an'.indepen- at Petersburg, bad' 'to'mediate. together not one tenth number ofthoaoinChinaproperY will become! a' central point In the or t f > tw h
ti&UJi.AflT.'cvztq. ,. dent journal!,. ommenting 'npon the i between Turkey and Bussia.- ",:t ,, '-*' : : : 1-' : )'-*, ,thoroughfare- : t f of;'trade' and.- travel1- ,,': 'j:.aodToYw- : ,,t --,' t&r i n ehg *,o.'_*,: = '

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"31 J ftCXDAT most delightful TESTERS AT recollections ROME! d 1 : Tt :rijr'ttl .LT IJanbt3t1..c4cuNwILDGw:4" :f'. l ,N ." $ rrr .LPrar ;1i ift f T .

Peters' are oonoocted with the Sao- J- .. ...
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limr fAiled to at.: 1.. E&Wt ;FlN'U' A
day r J .. 1..t"t. RJ FeM Eafera'.JlfwidcL,1

tend. '-Tbevert. performed|jn one of the TSaowrecefrifigalaj.JaAl'.sTaU1P.?;.. iT and tWaatajtort1 ': ..... ..."Pf f': .J".... 'FiL i C

ride chapel, knd lasted about ao hour.- __ meat of Fefl aad WaI&.rDUUOODS, of the r' r. ..
music wacfpecnliariud, each at3fl : meat nsJUoaabje aad latest styles. nmbtntfUirnrsM.- <'.Ul.pB''I .T ,.1 .
The -c'T- description*.and varictr of Rome
beard not -
hardly be out ; artWea. .-: *L&W *r>* S&Groceries. _ofbse.cstd. .. '
Boobre and ttoootooooa like that whichwewualljhcarin : ..aen, Wines. Glass and Cnekery.. % Ta sjk to rnJ.fl, J.iU'. 3 A'-
i Protestant .churches, Hardware and. a.very Iarp'l1'aMtJ1 feeders nartr* .Admiaa ,atoVeiUe, ertale eOkarles ArT1ZL1I5.1L-' ': Itt', ,;
mast rfLadieQwU ADdmY.1 ., >e aM4 Aad 'etlwrt. the ft4JLRS7Qjq
lot nnw wbich was *l once- elaborate, Cap*. Baikets. ,A PAct A cTo sale .".for Cash heW and treditort.eaid eatart of: Rebsese eTwy.mi, etJ P.3t. .
cj.prtssive.and sacred, wearing solemn .aly,by feet IS) *__ 'f-'I.:CLIR LA'S' D. chiazItd.esu.d. P&LATRA mveJt.Sq .fis sati A.L..

tissue of inEORGE E.' cCLllXA2f,..AdvOaMntor rf II A.XaIJ JAt'E3ocTILLR. TWswV U
harraonj. *
into complicated ,
airs a Ibe'first dall bUt FIRST' QUALITY! l'; :. U die..4It'R.t..era; histosiat.ef said A.'He"*% ** 'aTRZ''LO3AwI __ ". n-w .' 3ALATKA.

The Towes'were'nol: soast?.d.e.sad.aTiag IW'DiE Is..nsa.terysed. tea.ClUAtJESto.
they were admirablj trained,and the per J. FOURSTEELEtS .D :,:L Rs--:1I .ofth Cwtstasat1g1Msbatl., .. 17 Twa. M S P. It, etsreiscwia ,.
I 8 .e1eek A. K .
.oiveseItnaw- I 3T.%o
formers sung with the nnconsdoas ease "JIAXCttAKLISTtvjf JLtLL' 3 P.x JAC
.h ii A'JsrofTba$ all pentna fcariav eiaisa JL1Jt .Ir.t. :
with Lich common men talk. Without ;S.:C. .; acainst tke mid ae creditor er etltenriMi ,, Thma.M..e'_ .wIa alt.--Ir

pretending to understand and interpret bitsotflordthngCi li do Me theiraaid claisat with tkeOrk of tkit Court 'IOI.EM&. ... 1* sage -

which music to a TIlE find the "HaT Hau.en of tbe most' I. sad foiths ssidsoyofCutsmbla,en on HIwe with thsNwTurk$5.ahi1Sa35r ._
speaks -
bU the language andtboWiT- -
the thirteenth .r .
day 'Ar7..A .eibtNIthndntl..aty.r
Felt that the charmof extensive Hat establishments in the South.' = .tt : .
trained ear, I highest : =
and that the strains '!&U The l t qoahty pSjtieaeii'sRlsjcavDraHatf.. 44 09The2d' AM that tail Mtfee be imbCsW ia some aewtprp -. I'1IIDI&ta .: ,
music there t. I' '
was --
) "V" :.: : 300FI..acl1''ttt. r*i this CtrevJt Mwe s week anti the ezpiraUoaofsaHprriod. F.rurtherof.sI ,. ..
with the and the day. '"; l _-_ 1
were in unison scene "e'Jot May 13th 1853. I. .1. ",C.\L1N'XI.J.a. ,
Hats for .!.>$. *,:and'fzW* asi theM aD '- "-- '
Before the close of the errieesthe shades JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAE 1,5; W AFQ&W.LRDJ.dg..e. RELLEchIESE a A / .\
settle the church of the-latest styles _:. A true copy. Test -; ;JMass .

eveningbegan arches to upon shrouded with' PROPRIETOR of this well known House is pleased te announce to lit.old Friends and Patron U DEPAZTazr.hinting. J ns4-tPl_- S ScsaoaorowC1er& frb-tf Jt.JlIlEmh1a :,''.. sW' S \
distant were .
and the U and those raiting the unoy South" for Health or Pleasure, that bis House has undergo&e a Travelling. Sporting and Dress Cap '
the grey of twilight A silence, deep, thorough renovation and has been well fitted vp to suit the most fastidious baring made another add*. of every shape fur cwUftnaiu.CHILX)2 '- SAVANNAH .AN ) F:::
palpable and overpowering, came down latin to the Bailding. and baring most of lab Rooms famished with new Fanutore entire. ) XtS OUPASTXZXT.Ev ., Gft** "'FI.t; 'C.laii!> C antf. : : f.ii

Having risited the North very recently, for the parporaof seertainiog from personal observation MAT TERM, 1S23IX '
the scene the moment the voices had comfort and convenience Trarctlers style of Hat and Cap that the Imagination Fiik B.of T ,
upon te means best adapted to the and Inralids from that section of CHANCERY.\ for Injunction ; 'f'

ceased. The power of uch moments and the country,I feel lolly and prepared accommodation to give which assurance to be those who visit soy house, that they wiU meet from e.all fancy 12} eta are,, kept M et for,7S ebiMr eta, -o l,;awl at priftI.aryla opward : and Distribution of aaid Estate. Ttaiicin IMri *,-,JtrmsvidttLisvrg.St.'
attention ran reasonably ezpected.The
but not des with .
audi influences can be felt every Proprietor has].. secured tbe services of a Lady of long standing and reputation as a House KE6EOHAT8. George E UeCMUn.- Administrator ef .Rebecca 4arg'" & ,v :* ff

cribed. What we see is blended with keeper. He will spare no pains to make his House one of the bert in Florida and hopes by keeping a Dress Hats fur UOOM Serraatt, and Wool Ilafi CkarbM,dOClUld.-, (Black C eeL) and PicoZata; .

what we hope or what we mourn. The jroodllouse. and giving his personal attention to business to merit; and receive the patronage of the for Plantation or* Coarse Cap. tl.50 to f, 0" vs Tux J:
and <>BMie. He respectfully solicits a call from his friends,and travellers generally. doua. \T.TEELG.oet Theodore IlartriJre, Admiaistrator of Andrew new and iuperiorztsait :
gloom is peopled with airy shapes, I, dP" A I large and extensive LrrKKT STABLE is attached to the Hon.e.TT per 8-St 231 King-it.Cbarieataa. 8.C. Charles deortAed. and otben the heirs and .packets ST.JOHNS, caps JasaesT :
\isionary voices are mingled with the I The Western Stage leaves the House soon after the arrival of the Boat creditors of said estate Rebecca Charles doe.. .Freeb ?... :. OASTOK/ }-

nnnds which die alons the arches. Asforms Oct 2d. 1853-4n7 _' SAMUEL BUFFINGTOX. Pr pril't". CJRKAT DRO,11't1l.Ct'T TT barinjbea -aaJe U appear by affidatit that Cape Tkeaas Shaw.will tear Samsak foe tbaber G.i'M'ct
T- tlJl1l\1' ._ U1.'T"Tn" nDI'1 __ .. places as follows: Tk a.hIaaI '' '. .
-- -- wu.. on
.3L4J.4Iai.' y'ji:r AJ.uuuuv.a 'J.\I"'I". .u" 'Ila .
;; grow dim and shadowy the shadows ; Renben Charles, Nancy G'b,. Stephen Rhea day a.rs5.g. UCII &* .... .., .
become substantial. The living and the MAGNOLIA HOUSE. PAVILION I HOTEL TIIF. SuhFeriber as agent for IfanWn A Ilardee, and Louisa bin wile Micalab Davis and Evelina Gaston on Tuesday moraing, OtII iast, at M.'- : .
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. L offer their entire utoek of nen handiae, eon- his wife and David Brandon. Defendants to said clock. and wffl COI1ti. to Wave at the same bout .
lifeless change pfefces. The kneeling I SUBSCRIBER hss com.ElL CHARLESTON, S. C. listing of Dry Goods.tiroxne" Hardware and BiD reside beyond tbe limits of said State, and er Th1ll'lllaraa4T., >efwafter>tb latter- .. "

monk becomes a statue, and some wander AaL THE House, fitting it just in the BY H. L. BUTTERFIELD. Clothing at reduced prices. The most of this within tbe limits of tbe United States: boat earryins;tbe 0. a.. For freighter pa*. _..

of light falling the draperyof I pletcd the above and will vse up exertion oet 15: Ci. stock WM purchased b tor. the advance ia goods, On motion of James U ,Baker, Solicitor tor sage bariiig kaadsmne state roam .. -Oda. .
ing ray mot comfortable styK every and eon"T'enUy> rail be MM much Inset on that Complainant, lions apply en board er t* ., ,
favor him with their "
a female saint, gives to the marble a. to pleaso all that may $1,50. Merchant's Hotel $1,50. aecoant Person wishing 10'avail tbataselre of It tt Chdi.?. That notice be given ia some J H GPXBT, ArentUSaraamalt. _

momentary touch of life.-nittanj't Italy. patronage.p&rtic.lar. attention paid to Invalid Charlatan,S.C. an opportunity of setting ftoA bargains are Inri. newspaper published IB this Circuit requiring nd IIISBEEC.&NOVA4gSJaebourllZsa7Th. '
A. COT REDUCTION ted to call and examine this stock until the lit of Defendants to appear and answer said Coapla1aw. St.Jebns wffl go t.Rs.A.in.s.ThbIa'
0 IS PRICE.@t December u all that remains on hand at that 'i raid Bill within four months from the date ef ,
l Xotirrs.JsST Corner Ocean and Monroe-streets. TIlE undersigned baring leased this time. will be closed d'at auction. the publication of this Order'otherwise said bill Gearing_ Earaaaabl .this ..
Special sfpUly
Jacksonville Nov.20. 1852 ) u Hotel, situated in King street, solicit from Oet % 18A3. P MOODY, Agent. will be taken pro confess sglaittkm. _

Good Stabling for Horses. ) ( the travelling public a share patronage- Q7 He will also settle up the book account of And that said Order be published. ,as aforesaid L.t, THROUGH T1CK1STO CHA1LESTOI4
Sw.Lter's.\nooInc Cherry Expectorant Board *1 60 per day; tingle dinner. SO ets. only. the firm. once a week, fur fear month May tttb 1863 V14 34y4xN4& i
Oct 1-3m JAMES M. HERST. ,
ani Diarrhoea Cordial being recommended BOARDING.MRS. New Goods New Goods! AtrtKcopr. Test TJCKITS through .to Claa.r-

cobigbiyby many Piiyficians A potbeearies and H. M REILY's Bo-irdiag house cor PLANTERS HOTEL, TUST received by Steamer a rich and well seJ jnne4-4m Scuuoaoren.. Clrrt. &t Jfato.bjth.atesm&rzLAxA,' 6

Iliarmaecntists ofhigh standing in the City of Bal- of Adams ant Linen streets, is now Charleston. S. C. leeted stock of Domestic and Fancy Dry Good. from PaJat1 and IaebolmUe .-

more,there can be no doum of their superior virtues open for the reception of boarders. Those who >A TEE undersigned woald re!pcctfally Ready Made Clwthin Boot and Shoes, Hits Ac Vacation in'Jnly-In Chancery Pavannak In...and ky taedaflyStoamenfresa
may furor her with their patronage will find .., The friends and patrons of the subscriber are solicited Ephraim L Harrison and Wife Complmiuamlt I Savanah to Charieston, will be issned at Palmtk
Cold ,
with Ctnlg.IIoarlf'o'It'll inform his
Those friends and '
suffering the Public -
her house a comfortable bom. The house generally to rail and examine his! present Strek eon- against. and Jacksonville.:. ,_ : -: -
ic- or with Diarrhtra should gin them a that he has leased that extensive and well In of small figarcdrrinUorQingnams, I Fare from Palatka Cbartestoa tie M
stands on one of tIle highest locations in the known establishment the PLANTERS slating part Joseph S Baker Eamnel Spencer George U Smith Mi ** .
See advertisement in another column octlPel..I. HOTEL m de tames alpaeoM.mohair lusters brockade alpaceat. and nh-am Roberta JaeksOMTiU **. KM.
trial ( .
city; is airy and pleasant; having been reCent. and I is now ready for the reception of vuiturn. Its eameleon Usters. Persian cloths English Drfirti. The WELAKA leaves Palatka Moaday

.,. IT painted, and is tie* in complete order. eligible location, being convenient to all the bturine marinocs,Paramatta clothe,all wool,plain and figured T T baring been made to appear to my satisfaction morning and Jacksonville every Monday 7 algkC, '
Jacksonville, July 30, ISM. 3m s localities, will commend it to those who wit m de lames black and colored silk, plaiD J. en the alEdarlt' of Ephraim L Harrison tbe R.DUZR. Agent Palatlat I
Thon of Castor Oil GtlomeL &.C-, are not bo spared I., the Proprietor to promote the shove stated eee. that Jearph 8 Baker,Saararlabore
stress bonnets ribbons. rich septlJ.1853.lyFOR { I
trimings ,gniton 1Oealsirror.opy4
beotfit List of Letters comfort and convenience of his and render rery Sz.easar and Hiram .. .... ... tA t). I _,
aware that, wlile they appear to the guests booties, stipos french ties children shoes of >U II -- ,
jvxtient they are lIc.-to.\1111tlin= the founJs- E'fAL'"IXO in the IV-t office.' JacksonJLX his house, in every repirt worthy of the pnblic kinds, psnts warei A very rich sorto.ent of bill of complaint, reside ont of the State- ENTERPRISE "
rule orhh October 10th, 1S53. patronage and support lIe is pleased to add that Florida and within tbe United State-,-and U also '
salivatiou ready uiailo coats rests, bat, boots shoes -
of soch
tore ies dile.lttfl pants And all the '
inns set intermediate
he has that bill has the
to been filed
secured tbe Book me a Landing
service as keeper of.u r. appearing by com.plainants on
.knes of lioib &t' A Lrsey Win Jlhul's and booties, shirts, collars cravats scarfs tie,
1oofeight. J in the above
*o long and favorably known to case agabat ''ST. JOHNS RIVER.
TliontatJ stock,Ac. Boys'clothing a good assortment on
In_IniinoiliTCuluinn Iwf'iuuJ the aJvrrsctnent .- P..Llo.I..rillt'Y, the fondants .
community of this and toe adjacent ;
of Hcbec ack"s Medicines, to which we Adler & Co. J 'iip. Margaret : truelliD1"[oct l-3ui] G. W BOM A It. hand Please; negro call clothing and examine and cloths! very and cheap. I A P. : solicitor forE J&t- THE Stcmp 1Ti4toiij

1151. the attention of directly interffcted In 1) Laveigne, Win JBissflW&Co. Fold for eah only! good prices L Harrison and wife It it Orttrmt That the i Cap&1. &.Will W'1 cboa-
M said Joseph 8 Baker Samuel Spencer and Hiram Tills every Satufdff morning at
tlirir own as well ns their Children's health. Sea Island Cotton Gins. L.BAMERMAN.CLOTHING. .
tfptl7-c___ __ I Roberta appear en or before the Htb'day of No- 8 eloek, arnnng at Palatka same *
In Liver and all disorders aiising )IaIJ.Ot'o lIE SUBSIRIBER takes this '
Coinplints lUmtt, S W T opportunity to ember sinai ensuing the date of this order,anti Palatka at 5 o'eloek Monday mOrtmg'iVeoaW- ,
frr-m thae of* Lilieti 'ype, honl.l mike me Barrel T S MeDermiJ Jis inform the planters of Long Staple Cottons jead. answer aDd demur to the bill of complaint tion with the lteaaIe"--C-W;. a8d W.1.L.. Retaming. -
tii the nnly genuine raediciueHobensict's, Liv Bumll.: lames F Moon, JribnM that he still continues the manufacture of the latest 7TT1IIE Subscriber keeps constantly on hand in ofronplainajsta-ntherwise tbs matters and things .will leave Enterprise at S rtioekTvesdaf

Pills.. nurse. Wm improved Roller horse Gins.double and single at 11 hiss ,on Bay-street a general assortment therein stated will, bo decreed against them or morning, and Palatka .at, 8 o'clock Wednesday
r-B> not deco rtol,*but a,k f.r Ilobeniacl. lIrltnftlStrpb.rnIJitluu Miller Eli his usual rates and is ready to fin all orders at the of Ready 31ade Clothe, Hats, Caps, BooU. Fboes.Olorcs such of them as do not appear as eonlct. mOrD A.M. REED.R.R.REID .

'orai Syrnji an.l Liver I'iII, an-1 observe that Ceo \VJ'nbbedpe 0 shorten notirc For tbe reputation of tbe Gins Stocks, IlandLerehicf', Ilonery, and every / itfutlhtf OrdereJThat a copy ef the fore- :.AI"Jarkmw.ilI.. .'
C apply to the following agents, or to those who have i. &taUishmrnts -
the of tbe Proprietor. N. article cannily kept Furnishing going order and notice be published once a week ,
ri.eh If* fcijrnntnre Cistern, KicliarJPropcno hens in use. all cf which will be sold low for oct 1-11
E S It-"t I for the space of four months preceding the said 44w5t d PgJatE.s
1lOUrXS\ K, a*none the are genuine. P AGENTS. RIPLETJatksnnTJIte. .
( rnter. Tin-otby I 14th day of November, ia the Jacksonville News

tniy U-Iy .- ,_ -. ',l1cok-,Jaak :H!s E Villalonga.t Harprare A Aeosta CcnterviHwre. Gcorg'a.Hilliard .. : Sept 17tt._.__ ., ._ a Ecwrptper printed. July in tbe 7th,town 1853.ot Jaeksonrille.Daralconaty. JACKSONVILLE MALE INSTITUTE/. :;
: Cellars, Mr Proc'or. (ieo I I.a.tirgcr& Harris, ElixabcthtoTrn. Lounds Co. Ready Made Clothing. i WILLIAM A FORWARD, .':, Ac. -THIRD' YEAILREV. "
M Parker. :
JRarrirb: Conner. Lewis lVi.j Georgia. A true L SWART, A M- Fnitcrp'Rat. :
Clerk.Mrs Mary I'allicerePpyPellcere Charles II ra-npfield Sarannab. Georgia Tl'ST received, by steamer a fresh stock of soJ i copy; > ,
On the 17th i iiwt., in Cbar --ton. t>y the Rev. C. Cole. Win J Jicob Cooj-cr 4 G.!lIiland, perior ready made clothing! ol the best made 3ulyii.4is 't"V QAR rE. Clerk. .r'Orthography .

allacc. Mr. THADDEC C. ANDREWS, of d ik. XT Q C. Mrbbin Kiceboro'; ,LiLcrtv Co, ". and latest French style",blue eloh rroclc and dress I Attachment. .. ofNt1n. ,. : .:
I B. W. .\I! n. Doreliestcr, .. coats rich cmbd satin vest, black doeskin pants, Reading Defining Arithmetie and'
}.ri4a. and -Vi ANNA MARIA DUKES: of Cr<-ektt, Diniv! Quite, Miry rVoft* Dcvcaitx Charleston, S. C. fancy do.,all kinds uf bats buoU,shoe,.c. Boys' 'Haukins 1 Harden, ) Penmanship per quarter of eleven weeks'$ ,&

CTarleston.At D Qiin. Anna CaptBenj. R.Bytbewood. Beauford.S.C.Bietac clothing a fine asioruneutSuldforcaahonly. I T*. V Amount sworn to *5W> 006aokett.LyneelCo. Geography Grammar History Composition, -

tie, ,idenee of Wm 0 Jeffreys, Esq, near lJ..ta1ltl1t, ice Quinu, TbontisII .t Cano a, Jacksonville, E. Fla. I ) Qoemtkm branches and Book Keeping;'do. ,'. .
Higher ole Ett Mathematical
?Crwtia"rille, t<% Rer S F llaliday, Mr AMOS 1. rierC.irolii'- M Harris. Lee A Cu.Ocala L B. .\ EC MAM. rpHB Defendants and all others Interested are and Seientifle eoane.de lII.-

HELL >Iiw KLIZAP.ET1I. daughter at Wmr D.rr.b. Klizn VDiigtre. R.h('ri5. F K. R. l Puke, Palatka, ." snpl7-c Byrn* Clock No. 2. J. ?hereby notified of the commencement of thissalt The Ancle,t Languages, d v .- ,H.rT tJM j
S L. XiUack .t Co Alligator.Ti I rctomaUe to the nut, .t
AX'mDiek" MRobcoc ------- c emg term the
Jtf'rey.. E*> ._ $ n llln. J-bn on A Fpenecr. White i-pring' Notice. Cit: Court of DaTa county being on the third IT r ",
-- ----- -"!, Mary i ufiatllobert '
Watts Cole. Lil Co FJa. ef November A D,
Hamburg. ,
>criy Monday fW3. and to
AP.RIV\LS AT BUFFiNG! ON IIOU:EOet inning Jan,'" *. Mr AL.O I' TIlL firm of Kffii & PCRVMXCE, heretofore ex- and plead to the same within three months appear from FEMALE IISTJT1I1Ii

--.J H 1'1. -. Fla; B KiinbaH do; C IJUiid, J"bn 11 KoiJ, J.sLIttymond. Extra Box f. Rollers and Brn"bes can be bait fit baring dissolved:;; at TraderaTown.CamdencountyGeo.CopartBcrship on the 27th day of the date hereof MISS l-. SWART AND !. M. WAULOflT;

hr.ac.e"t. M E Hukmsn. Cal ; J V\;'. S Y; HIncnrore F 31 I> 2 the ubi'crtbcr at moderate rates Persons wanting I August last I take this method of informing their McQUEEX McINTOSh Pltfi Att'y. astociyg nsiactpg.s.milE '
: UuJjsil MirbitlR Gin or Gins repaired, will please direct to agent*, JacksonvIlle Sept s. 1853. 10tb-3m studies of this Isstitotiosrwtt lesvjaeaf
FloyJ, JorepliFrain. friend and the Public generally, that the business ,
do. M Fergtwon. la Jy and stnt. Me, S. L. BURNS I X tbe First
S or tn eondictvd on Monday OCOc..ba.. ,_
MicharlG; at that place will be by them. They
C Pn.art. Fla, KLV Valentine, d. Ii.icliff. may 11-Cm Ft Marys,Georgia. I are at this time reotmng a large and well selected Citation. Terms of the InstiUtioa aceordu* 10 atod.vpurau.d.
Filros. I
:rtb.-A Iv.3.r and laI,. Boston, J L \Thttlork stock of Good suitable to the trade of the adjotuI I GEORGE II. SMtTil, Sheriff. anJ Ei-Offi. .. -. '. .
Ftc: .1 S Sammis. do; 0 VTond do; A Van- C1ib'olL. J I' 2 Thomas Sea Island Roller Cotton-Gins. I ing Counties in Georgia and Florida and solicit of,tlte eattte.jof Isaac The English branches frm 94 la $*.
(j ,nit liinc I U S'f'rt I.fi. Mrs Martin French and Ornamental branebes
the of their friend and poMie rrncrall Bush, d..cesscdhaving filed in office extra.
for the liberal patronage my a
dollrc. S C J B Aclcw. Pulatka I Detnere Fla ,pateful patron N B Le-sons
: ; I G at". fvituul lGnnter Mantlji.d JacobSclini THE French will be given Mrs.
S-2t JAMES L. KING A Co. written by
of which he baa been heretofore the recipient oct __ __ __ :4 "suggestion of the iusoltcncy'( said Marks at the Institute .
J C ,
do.flrarinr Duirls. UPapiIs.
Chaicbers. Danitl ;take this opportunity to inform the Plan rsUte- ._< .. the English branches. attendins-
I Gerard, Fr :: G('orge I ten of Sea.Il ml Cotton that he rontinnc to man. nn.9" iIEWSTOHEt.LtLti "I' "" '.'.. 'o n nit if tktrrfort f. notifr all persons kaviiivIrnf4nds serta-tf' _

II T ufaeture the latel't improved Roller Cotto" Glnl,' : A.'V OU."U, lOtJo" < njniust said estate;to file their claims MRS. DUPRFS SEMINARY *
JournaLPORT Colambus double ant .inte, at the In1t'eet rattl. For fits / authenticated: .
nub & Abernathy Toni : SUBSCRIBERS'art ftCeirlntheir duly jreae4.soI before the '
durability and qaal or the Gins apply to tin now CHARLISTO: C. .I'THIS
OF JACKSONVILLE. Hiygins; UmpLrrj S Toe!. tVa-hinpton following : Spring and Summer Stock of Judge Probates of Daal county on or before eosduetett1i -

h______ _ Holn.e. *, Alex 5 Thayer Robi li 2 p Mant.rd agent., CeDtet'ilIe .me, do. Forttij and Dumetfic Dry tivutlt, tbe Tenth Jay of JJareh'next, at which KSTrrUTIOX.unusual SMCOSS.;,will Ions;eater span its Exercises ,: -

I.NTERED. Hope. Nancy Tillers. James Geor a. "m Dell do. to which they invite the attention of buyers before time there will be a pro rats distributioa of for Ute twelth Tear on the 3d olQctober JSM. -

(let :*-Peb X Y Packet Tbomppoo.Y. nareboot'.TLu TaylorG M mll.rd hIarplaic. do T D Dexter Mineral purthtving elsewhere. the funds of aaid estate amongst the creditors An efficieat Corps Instruction n. .wrganl-' -.

!*-Peh Maria Fww\-ur. N Y.ii hayes, KicharJ E WHa'nd X A flaMes et Co, Sa- Springs. do, Aprt. HASKIXS Jt HARDER.d thereof, nccnrtiBg to tbe,.sUtnte In sack easesnu4eaad ted for the easaiog season T. provide aeeetanto

-tx-h Ladwig. Greenlaw, Boston. Joseph White, Sarah .nn"h. Gen, II H 1I0000..JaeksnDt'me, N. C Store formerly occupied by Jtlenrs proridoL datioas for its increasing nrnbers,songs of tbirV' _. .
r7-lJrij Sea Belle Berry, Btlsart. Ihphll Dennis 2 \\Veibter, lUUmHasting W a'let King.do, Wrightl Cathey, ALl.J .. Moody .t Boultar. e Girt wader sty Laid and the seal oft ty additional rooms.beta added M the ericmal
.Bethel.Goo. gator E F. --- baflding and provision,has
CLEARED. *,J S Woihl.'tock, [,. said (.iurttbi.tbbEfgbtbilayofSsrjt. every been mad for .
A LormeDarit'fl.do 1I0u58 AlIendeflOD the comfort oi the
personal pupils' and extend
ActJ-fx-h V el l eitT. Knowles B- toti. L Waver, Oliver S McCall Centervillage, eala do CHEAP STORE. tembs'r ADiSl lag to all tbe advantages',a' taoroogk fof- Feaale'Kdacation. .

Brig 11aree Boa me. Lang, Catherines WardJoseph A neII'. A W.terman do. HENRY K.: W. CLARK FELIX LIVINGSTON I ; .1 T"Tbe ..

Kit Rio, Coffin. Boftoa.Seh Pers-ms eiqnirin for letter in the above Georgia Tradel'll'lIm'l W' A KaoL Mic.-anoI'1, SAT STREET.
Ann Sawyer Bonton.2i A et R A r Priest Fleminiton,, taken 10 Cm mao .
the New Sro 0'U1V{
Seb list will please&ythfT are ,or they undersigned bating *&
Cicero, Baltimore. TilE
Speed. King df, C Von Dohlen.
26-Brig Linda Garrison, N V.IMh nny not get ihwn C. M.COOPER) P. M. nunbar 4.Pun-inanee..I MpYelJ do. Hayward et l a"'IIOD-. by HOUIES.Dill respectfully invites tho n1stratar'.lIoUce.ALL Prsacp.Fz-3frs.JVLt4 DTJPBEEL. .I .
attention of the public to well selected stock of
Jervliman. Harrwon X Y. ---- S n Thompson .t Co. Charleston. S C. Goods sdanted both far Country and City trade persons baring Jot claims ef any descrip- Mrs.JULIA C BOUXEYHEA7.
Feb Matayoner. Consry. JI V.9ch Garden feeedsFresh and Genuine. Black Creek, E P, In L neriot, do. buyers would do well to call and examine his stock against the Estate Jacob I.Ko.. I..tttwTR Y.CRAN3IOnE "M.LAat.n.c

Grecian. Richardmn, Charleston. TEST received from the Nursery of Mr. David GM L Brown,Newnans-I before purchasing elsewhere. .Consisting of the deceased'are hereby caned upon to present the s ._ ,
J Landreth. near Philadelphia,a full assortment The subsenlwr keeps on band at the 'towcstprices. following assortment of sta4. and< Fancy Dry sane without delay duly authenticated, to the an- Rev. CRAXMORB WALLACE Ardent T .
Notice of Dissolution. of fre h and genuine Gar ell Seeds growth 18i-t. Boxes and Brn.be'. Wbipcrs for Gins,Ttol lend!. Hardware and Cutlery Boots and Shoe, dertigned. Those not presented within two jean ; Ethic &e., %: Bptsjres .
eopartnenhip heretofore existing under Rata nap Tarnips Long Scarlet Radish. len Ae.: be aim repairs Gins at the lowest rates Hats and Cape. Musical Instruments Perfumery from this dare will be forever barred and those in. Miss A. GILMOHZ? ':,

TIlE oaiae and style of Hankins A Hardee is Flat Dutch" Long Salmon do Perrons want of Gins wiliplease! direct their Fancy Soaps,Combe and Brushes and a pueralUIOrmentot debted will,please make immediate payment. ?tMissE.R.BREWSTER ,: ,

diolved by mutual consent The unclosed business Red Top M Royal Cabbage Lettuce. orders to the subscriber, at St MITTS. Geo. or to Toys and Fancy Articles. Also a OABEflILflIEST.setSSm f1 EDrJislt D pm'a I. .
Miss .
ef the firm isentrnatedto Pam Moody, who Large Globe Early Cabbage do his agents.; TUOS. VA5CE. large stock of elegant Saddles, Bridals Ao, Wood Adminisfrator. I. 1. FLETCHER 1 .
t tMrs.
if ear authorized agent for settling up tbe same. Yellow Aberdeen White Cu do jllDe% and Crockery Ware a fine selected stock of be Miss C. lIKED, '

J 6 HANKINB. Laodreth's Early York 5..4mDR.nAXTERDmtaJ Groceries and Provisions U. E.\f, CLARE Notice. .J. BOCXETHEAIL,' .
Ort 29,1833. LCCIUS A HARDEE. C& Corn Salad doM nor 4 Bay StreeLAT 'f'IIIRTT cia, after d.r.1 shall 'apply to the \VHISKEYMANr, .!
: Largo do Asiatic CaaJif(W'er. : 1ST loeu.l't -a. Hoaorable Jadge Prebate. for leave to sell Yne.Tn RER& >AGA.Iinacri!

Just Received, Green Glued do Late Dutch do tnanently 1'R1d ES. tat Real .Estate belonging ,to Jacob M-Rohrer iIonsE.DRA )| '
JO. EPH V HERSAXDEZ, Draper and Early Flat Dutch do Extra Early Beet Jacksonville, and is fully prepared to insert teeth REDUCED deceased as follows: One Storo-Hoase and Lot.at .Mr.STPTTLEB, a
BY Tailor, a beautiful lot oft Largo Drumhead ffn Long Blood do on the most improved plans.! The patronage ef the Mtddlebnrg.K Florida;the lot.1'18 It me > ...: jMnMissWI1ISKJETMAX
French llre.delotbp.bl.elt, blue and do do Savoy do Early Turnip Rooted, community is solicited. Dr. B. has a preparation RIFLESSHO-GUXSPISTOLS &. front ao Snot deepGABRIEL PRIEST )I.dame' t .' !a'S .

Casmmerea plain sad fancy; green; do Green Curld do Plain Parsley with which the nerves aching teeth may be destroyed EDWARD K. TRYON Get- .' Administrator 9 t3Iu'ie-Y.eaIand

Venting*, of different Sager Parsnip do Spinach; London Leek. without pain. 1r. REEVES, laatnaataIA
splencld style patterns.which 134 No. 2ND PHILADELPHIA. I'
will be made to order on short notice and For sale, at :7r.etereDeee given to many of those for whoa STREET, Admlnlstrator'sNotlce. Signer G BAlIB.\TJ.. J
In a manner nse.rpasaed OctT9. oct8-3t APOTHECARY hALL I he has operated at this place. eel U ly 1 fANUFACTURER and Importer of Rifles' ALL persons indebted to the estate Robert Mr. W.L.ILUIBIU1CD.J ,. -
All Sbot-Gona, Pistols"-Shet-Poaehes Rifle deceased will please make paymentts "
Citation NOTICH.JaclMmtillc the undersigned and all persons having ohms It nr y b* important t.rsondssIfshoir1
to Creditor Boot and Shoe Maker. Locks.Barrels and materials for Qua Makers'OM. .
ANN JONEs, Administratrix of tbe and Alligator Plank Rnail Dealers trill find it to their interest to examine ahainst said estate will please present them within to state, that a Branch of:tbhi Instrttttiofr baa
POLLY THE Undersigned desire to inform and before elsewhere.jn1j23..3m the time prescribed. law.Jacksonville beeff established al ASkeD'n ptaoe"ra.ccr for
of qualities prices purchasing
Jobn ;
A. Jones late of Duvilcovnlj U. 25 in 30 aUf-lodinl & ( $ yanlet?. 3fES = I
the Public that be is prepared to make to 1 its health where St d DI".., berrtnoredia .
decra (t. b ving this day filed in my order Gentlemen's Boots Bootee and Shoe and NOTICE is hereby given to all stockholders in Cot 8. 1833. 3m tile summer sease* and under-the-svwiesn.
(.ffiee a written suggestion uf tee iurolrenry of also Ladies' Shoes. Having recently employed a who may propose to furnish labor -, j
New Store-Groceries.roufXKLT Administratrix1 :Notice, I'mntendsncs, ebatinnt tbenam, ttn)
t.i! entHte: first rate workman,be pledgee himseif give satisfae&Hi and materials for the nttraction.of the same ,msy- sy '
This U therefore to notify all persons lav.ing to alt who may favor him with their costorn. that by the terms of the charter they have a pr" ( OCCI'rl D ar Xi.a. x. VILUAMS.) ALL PERSONS haY &claims of any instrvetioa.. et8lmJACKS0NYIUE :.

claims asin* said relate to upprar ai.d file J C TEMPLE. Terence i and that the sahsrriher b now'adr to : TTST r rwHtira tall nnrnlv III acalacttbe stoat Cbaiios Brrne.deeeiL .
the urn with ... duly ant I' Bay street near the comer Newnan It.5rt.U06ra contract for the same. TUOS. LKDWITll are hereby called "ape to presont the same without fQ4NIW: "
proved aoth..fttiftte .1acUo yWe. Oct 16tb 1853. 1m Superintendent 1.wC.f:: :: delay duly ..t"U anderdgned AU '. .A
aceorUirif. 10 law5 oc or before the first Tbose nt pnsoatod within hr.are from this MACJINEWORJC-

dty of MiT nest, when there will U spec raft School. A CAKI retell at aaah prieas.Tbece dais..m be ..barred. ,.. ..
GOODS bare been selected and every < JadcaonrUIe F YOiZRdtJihdZN
distribution ert u.wt.f .14! A.BTRNLAdStIS'LN.B.Jphi
s estate C. ANDREU informs the ladies of Jack. .
among will Jacksonville at tbe article to warranted to aatisfretory. ** .
SCHOOL open MISS prove may Works ..
(be creditors thereof l-wegaa. E.fJsok.osvJllo Is srepnrssltojnaisk/
,soeerdieg to the and that she is
statute A vicinity now ready S
Mr. C.Summers beretorned. (J Iytt-tf) '
10 short
small belonging aeilcsvBCKTSEFO
Dwelling beaf-Msi nan
an relative
in such cases issue and provided. aad prepared to teach Plane and Vocal Mule at 1IIJ'outhNtUdAgeatla to :
Given anler my hand, at the Probate corner of Oce B end Monroe sta.. taughtby tbe bouse formerly belonging to Mr. Thomas W. For & i.t.t.. ,TERESA A.STRmsyU '' SrnT .. .4c

office of i.n val eonoly, and wnder the a young Lady who feels confident that the J.. Explanation eftoans will bo given ape H A >HIOIILT lapnred LOT sttnatedbi aay2i-a =

[SUL] seat of ssJJ Conrt. ibis the twenfjI wHIfiTeentiresatisfiction to her tbe patrons.She .- application. Jacksonville. Oct 22. '5Ltt .iZI."e ee.rn ef the T wX apoa ,i h kftUrga < 8.srX1s.. Pta- ) ,

fib 47 of October In the will eo:mefcceoD tbe Idihof present and eesm.jeusBcsrdhngflems.thssmdItlsahlab -
year of 'IaUorlng.THOMAS Helps
weeks. She :A l.KIWa.r'J2..IaM"aty. $ss.m-aost. .
ftr t.or.J... thousand eight hundred month, the session to continue 12 THIRTY reel" *gt IVretTT.lBKE Jfm..k _'a.'

aD4IlCt,.t la. win teach Sp J rf. DdDiD*, Writing and ANDREU, Ore places with aJl pe4 d..u ., ersi.q..wd Is sss sb'sliMs .. fbef.P
FELIX U"NG8TON. ArUhmeiic Geograpby Grammer. Philosophy H TELL known to be experienced in entttefacdV _." 1M a.-.w b 1wsr is4. IMD. "

r- Jndf-r Probates of Dual Natural.Moral and Intellectual; Phisiol- \ making, informs the eitisrosefjaekscaivaieand :-DlHaJ .;t tieewWbiIibri soibJioeuo4eMs4iesidEohateor. r 'J : .

Oct 29. 6mJacktonrillr eonnty. ogy, Algebra history, Mwlern and Ancient, this vicinity that be has token the .. tAuo : .' ., .niset.MinmiIweds.tsas: *.

notary other studies or branches that rasy be sanely belonging to Mr. Thomas W Jones where rnnTEaZCJ) CE..i.. adjoin- m.l." t :

fc AtIIgatorPIan necessary to the alesoetIflesit l ef the t'P81- trusted bo Is new to ready bha. He to receive warrants all all orders suits that garment are sa tlot, nil tosonaldwed the 11I8II nJ.c.w. *ni AAatalatratrit ,ns.I1anuexab1.ma.: 'a-, r- j
Hoad. omsamdatioiis aria be procured from reliable .property tahj ihrtmc.sad mlii P.s sold : : v1Looc.g1&Goi '

NOTICE Is hereby given t. all subscribers who source other to be ftted pJaee In sadmadetesa the United Slate oaAtaItylSsJat&1ly ... Applrto WU.P.DZWEES.. aaIx'S&: : U-II, .r HrouadIonsad1Sa.50' I
__ .' '
not paid their IriS tie com- &iJYiD..AJIri1 $4fCLINCH : .n. .. .
rnstalmeoU. that to begin at '
She wishes allpopils Catting repairing and cleaning will be don at 'a.pots aemse a.uourise.seer ns. *. &i.La.J11oaa. :
nits will be Immediately tnsUtnted araiast theaa'OI'too. and they will be expeetedt ct Do' & W .towa" C'smb :
DleDC'f'lDfatot she quarter, tbe shortest notice. '-, HOUSE. JUgswr. wnry *
OEO Tf CALL of half th* outhi.linSU.wisofZursmbesneouTesshu.teas Bn1.at -
__Oe&_u. Ui4. 1m Beeretary. *settle a& tile expiratioii A CARD, rT'rTz.gUBSCftIRza, hsvInjrreesnUy eprrdX urdoftb.1sairsblaJatoofLissnehet.CotMesi4: .ii&JIoae.lileas.cllia'. Jauisnt prtto er. .

Book ..ner. Tuition for tla. ,. wbo spell, rad. rPHE andersignod bavin.d'i,posed of bis SLosh of ,.: the n. Bones weald respscttary Thieve stEalS tils feBewla tnqai fta4. tbet1vn.. 2'H '.'ftIt r.ut ; !:
1,000 Agents Wanted Terms the etb psbli an as
Stodies J J. MerabaiMiIsetoCe .lL Tru'us weald no- natrewarn :lit.sldC.untr tswt$: the ssQjg Slaa.4. ne.t.S>: VaAtwC.ie*a>d>. .5
other neearnled.
2V Sell J'tftoriul aiul Ctfful Work for .4 ws4i.e-4saIerClessea e."e.I; .,iliperforalierjBties turn his tka ks to the many Iris* Meeds wbess be tree. ana wIth In w.tre six re_, ',Tbe elawttMa nereral asit. Tb.Yiof W.&ofSWS1.S. H '.; thai wBl be nOd with u.. &sj*>,{f 4sn& -. S.
same iptass
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will constate lf1t k>r ;' 1
,bisMStomers Jbr tbei/ UkorsJpatroBagc .11.. .It" d.W of...
Year 1851. acd hopes tot amber4 aavoDg on*bondreil and tftyynrts tbo*** Offiee nnd od bj the." Fer terms apply U S
faithfully, ; and would add that it U his parposetoeonUane Thy Pen SootI1four TstrushlpXe.J.IIofisegsNe.U.selatohs .f .).: .:SE
The undersigned krINZOsN
.bat'ftl. ,
DOLLAU A TEAR.WASTED receive a share ortlle patronage of tbe comma-j the Co..i<*io* BrsntnM toge ker bone coach and two:hone back maD lines oa.hendrodandslztyaenosotlaadaOkI! ns this '
!Mwy Mri.*tftlu Uut Stmttt aft;. with the aUpment of LUMBEH TIM HER, both leaving for Ocatai fCtnlweekJI'Of' further property rf AtarUn Hair.lato of said Coontr.dssased Cr 1B.-htDOt5O14Jntw.Wbshe>ar. ;

aad enterprising won to engage U September, 1 ?3. 4 "4JACXSOXVILXC having formed a eooneetien with.a Steam' SawMill appry at the offoes of the Jacksonr&lo .Terms of sale ntad know cv tile dajoC bospr.mlseswIuIb.tIrt. B A Fv : '_
.IM eTsome.f the bout Books .;te the panieaiarr andRenab'licaa. sal*. __AK5A.MARY JONES

Coan 7. T."*".rei>o4 addressposaesring a maHeapital Dr. A. Upham Vegetable j f He has'u,Wharf and Warebon.seRoot pews JAMES B. ASKEW f AIUp&.f.c] -!' .Ad..ta"a&ratriz.ADMIISTltTOR'SNOTICE.No jft'' aad totaiir gale.-:Jg.' :
of from J5 ..
$ 100.snob Isi o.aeati will *,and will reeoire and forward Goods aad Cot-
y. be .are u to enable them to saake from M to pjfc Kl cto ry." ion, making the saal'Plorida. -. PalstksJ.10.1R32. tf 'pfOeorncrlots.r. it most denrab/e.rarf sT. 54 5.L .

tUadavprolt CERTAIN cure for rilrL either Internal t .JH. feltOny, Ja.JerkaonvIflOet House for sale town for a n.de ee,eae.es/whVhlsasee4: i '.:
t7- ". B"* *\-Vr. unit nsefal to A or extern*!.Weeing blindAls for* s-tr- containing'8! rooms now earhr date terse* I shall spply to the ESISMSJd5$. ... containing Iwraenv;wen f.. .-
t. their character extremely nopeUr.. sad eoIIUUIWI all Affections of ,ta.1 AlIOt' ecU.fI'ertdt'or tale., It is sitaatedn ofPrebat*of Kassan .est,. fcr.Letters of AdnniftraUo anneeessary oatV 3diimt,and&.well*f t \,
f. lam sales wherever they are aOered Inflammatory Diseases from f > noWU. a pleasant part of the town. t is &desirable on thiS setsts nfKatha Horton.lato sasafleet.s.t.tre .eeJfcrsal.ata): .
t ".perticnlars.ddress. poIIt.ace paid Skin, and Impnritiesoflbs DJoocI- ariW1I1 '. 1 W.IJ5A .xtra qaaJat,. 'iaat.y prep.rtyFoep.rticuIsrIappi7at thiissce.T .' : ot said eowatr..Ue.. LOUIS!tORTthC.Ontbhi$34v biopsies, Tachlsituentom-nWr,at W. ::r"r.
. source. For sate at *y4 4 :
ROBERT ais3$4f
SEAR ;Publisher: any i 1 A BISBEE CASOY.A. ,.ApiUO. u. .
t rt2- ,1W Willuust Street K..T.. lj<_ APOTHECABT; -Ctn. S -tt .
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z s' 1 s 'UATTO 4 s":", ... T:, .: attlcle"founded upon &I mifio Principles I

I Thra1br1t i !r J..U l MWI W. 'ATCHMKER&JVVELERv- : compounded with portly Vegetable sobsUuces
GOOA'Gg.CrPO\VER "CO: : ? ja biltlfo. .. 'dL-: ; ':.:: _4 't' :' : being perfectly safe when taken ADd has eerie
SOUC rot ril AdEiY b..szraconstani4- -- - g "01.aaadatiM A PO.THTARY HALL bees known to fail ia curing the watobelinatecase

.. ;:.'DolIar.r dJft. pi '. inm'J1i' ;'-.'; '11 aae.ftae.t e 1 I i..AIID *. WiVES can never exist when UiUjKjnody .
OS1TO R Y. o.icOUsed from the (tel that it not
;. rrjrivdlcontisied vntU Jt arrearage* ajtIiai : WatebMfMrwrlry and FaarC -I T S .El Ii only

,. .iL McQlMI llc11\tosll. .rbhh a.effets for into eheaft for eash. I 4estroj. them bat removes all the ilimjBntltaucos .
tales* ii Wi'..pt1oaofthi1'bfliheh.dith I il. ic:2iIrg.:
WtHthcfiRepaired ami: Warranted which 1D.Iremabl. ., I
'I\- : Ar2'oRRangU Y1'J..r.'Ir W,' ( ,_ : re&k.t constantly on hand a largo and *

fott..m ieriu'f' 'l' 'a ,t. .. : '1acboa .. : :j wwl selected assortment of irnTJ1'E WORM,... ': i--*
." ';' 'ude* i : : This worm if the most difficult one to destroy -
"a1boflu er!ari*_ '.__ ijfrei gad :. .H Pk i i TBWi qr1 : .'1t MANUFACTURERS and .PEA 'DkfGS AND CHEMICALS.o all that Inhabit the ha man body: It'fjowito STAIILEIt'S .
for tie.lid Insertion. and T* enU for each snbseqttfnf ; ri ins in i all description:of CA1 aodJESt received by late arrivals, warranted almost Indefinite AKODYNH CHERRY EXPECTORANT
an length andbeccmmg so
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rtrw Vyarly.rtTertlseWi'Albefa o, : 1UA.GES.* 'No.'d5 cUO WnT. V"iS. : and genome Mao
fas collect and fastened In the intestine 4Itom. Is cotft
"" 'i 'P FI K-'ftP"t41u..j. _. wBrosic SoapsLatnps entTy recommodej ioIvaflJs'ag.bkrass'rD (} .
PcrfuinerjjCom |
woaTH-STitttj fJOJTIIAT1U.SThZa' ,
eVeVwiftliA iV J
& I. : "J i trILL 'tis Eaetern-1Iredit' lll1ae ; t ach as to produce J r/5t; rat.",;;Daia, tic, 1"1I'l'kue.D'.ntt'O.{ ,fottheuUoCOUGIIhIOAEhZ.fta4 ,
z'1t eiits srast. t*134 tor. ..err. ., practice Pb g.G. vj! Bunutg-FIoid, &c, whiek lsU .f to the.
-.f4ItA* 11, entreated w UtaIr.caa Will be nr..11 attended Our stock is am ezteftsive- "-..e.r ad purehaeeiarerenpeetfallr iiicrwlnttc sold low'for cash.rHTSrciisjr >" aose wauy going Jnxve,, olirr
settle*,.k7svregala .. ByrCitrfnftt to. *. "'-.Jeb 21e'hLU: rexraested to sail oa as,at we can ; at".. not belii'rlmgtbat these ejmp IsinU bve ttteii forms !of .OOMMOI. .",' BUONCII1T1
on-iefaut fle* rtojdsl**,urn'mayl*aseer. .J : .. _. ,_ offer great iacSaeem.attlllltyl. and price* -an c c tioaa rot cr.vrtTH citxv -ortlla.lh" T.,.JY'/..COD..nt1.r they ASThMA, CHOUr, CONSUMPTION .u5Early {
: & yJ t4, ktl f 'B. t d .. '. any articles bought aVcar are war- 3ZDDISUTCU. -. .... ,; the Of the p7tient
v _* 'IUI'"*&w. nap: A 2'rOR'N'In J:7''J..Jw:: ... ( ranted Ia,arerj respect.: .'. .mar.5-1/_. I .-; esse. To'tlose who art IfiQtted witE this aw. cfen in advanced .Stages,'ef that Pat U1.

far rf Isaavttenr required,win Irt contlnued'unUI, JaeksonTlIls ,:TU.; ;' : ; SODA.W ATER.AND, SYRUPS,. till foe to health I recommend the nso of my Disease.

forbid.4 elarged, Win practice la thvXastera aadBoatbom CireaUi LEONARD CHAPIN.; of my own manufacture,la their highest state of Wtnnr/.,.a
. elarged for an anmoooeiastU the Supreme Court of. fetate. .4Iutthe.U S .o Xaauflutaror aai Eealar la att perfection their season,to be bad at the counter'TEAS. takenin dora of two tablespoon three times, of long esteemed value, with ,other* of sacra

D 77D.1Iti5u1a'ie DbtrJet Court for the North era District of Florida. .1IakufCAPRIA1ESANDUARESS. a 414,.then take from fiveu eight of my Liver recent di scovtiy,and besides itl""f'and

Of candidates for office"; in advance. February 7, 1852_' : .j. tf >e. 124., .. -," : Pills/to dislodge and pass the worm. Dy strict.ly ,.i&qaalities, acts through ,the skin gently

One square,fge six months, *!: : $10 00 :- I'' next door NorU of PavQLoa Hotel, aDd 33 W u. for,the NY. Pekin Tea Company. following these directions,the most obstinate and with great ecaeyfor the cure ot this
'Apent .
legal or.ether Business Cards. per an. 10 00Nodte. Felix.Livingston, WOETH-STKCKT. Charleston 8. C. ClS9 Tape worm can be speedily cored. class ef disease*.' '

*Debtors aid Creditor ,f.' "\,00ApPra < A TTOfrtfS Y A T .LA W Etciatititock of Coaebes Roekawavs, -Thsgeet, 1L\of direct importation,and tlurty-jfoar ROUND > 'STOllAcltrORI. ,
& 00 ., and Kttlkie. constantly ,oa. band. Price low; oyarleUes0 from J to 1 Ib. in a package.AH a .
onfotJCctterti.rAdqilDWr&Uon, JACXSO.ITIU.K, FLA-. terms accoaaodatiaj'_. 'aufSlyCA.KKIAOE warranted,and at extreme(7 low nricct.GARDEX .- This worm is usually found lathe small intestines .

. AppI ScatloafOT ismlssalwAdjotoittrator, 10 00. April :26._, tfF. AND FLOWER SEEDS, ,and is the worm most common to children. \ CORDIALIsspleaaantMiitureeompouzmded

I Editorial D efpjvstmbndtillhCChUI : AND 'HA.RNESS11EPOSITORY PLANTS, rfr.Cy yet Ills not entirety confined them,as
clo.bhe raUi of advertising.C7 .' : adults have'trequentJT' been known to suffer In agJ1:
god Clay Barrett
COUNTRY DEALERS supplied, BY OKDERiia.ttffoMitavuAmt&tatk. mint with the roles .f Pharmacy of
*All religious notleei will be inserted grata At the White IIas,S alh Wrft-CerBer .1 T.McMILLAN. with them.,. The Symplon most prominentwhile tw
NOTARY'.PUBLICCommistieitTfor MEETING WESTWORTU STS. affected with this hmne and petttio agents, long known and ttltbn\tdr,ltheir
UlyPOINSETT'S wormare
toady. taking AcLntxMswient of Charleston 8. C. mar fullness of the belly/ slimy stools,looseness ol peculiar efficacy io Curing DUnBH win be *
communication* -
AD s iVisablep rsoas ad.ierIstrMfxtt ,f Wrui similar affectiobs of the
Deeds" *: of every doscnption at the lowei. INDIAN LOXECUST. the bowels,pickfDc at the n.,.blueWa streak system Jn :..
eaijged as Mverttsejnentar .- : V ,-. :: '!obeLediJR the Slant,tf CARRIAGES, OB band,aad no article sold ei. d ldrithe eyes &c., It you, or any of your action,it iLt-yerevsrs and pioduces a Lealthyconditioaoftb .
377'AD blUi for Jeo.Printlngl matt bo paid t oni.sflvryIthevork NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA. such be warranted in the fullest terms children LIVER,Ihnj
t- c pt a* can T11E.MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE REMEDY have any ef tlte-aboYes101ptoma 110- rtmovin; *
-. ct..' ..' i--. JACKSON',ILLE: FLAt < oct23 tf' b y acpt 5-8111 M.:It. If ATM AS. TOR.THE CURE OF BENSAC.K'WORM SrKCP.can safely be deI'enJcd the cause at the same time that in cures tile

07*Anietters en business wad eomnranicaUo&iii -. JOSEPH WHILDEN Chronic Diarrhoea and Dysentery upon-by usingjt you, hav, a cert&In, disease.

m ; o.}. ,to receive attention. ': Philip Fraser \ safeanil speedy coref und if after using it according
DzALLio5tv' Which fat ever b>e* pretnttetl to the p"1ie. It to the directions the patient la not restored The ralnable MedIcines above u mid have

:; .<' t:; ', G ._1'111'_ A TTORXEY&: UNSELLORATLA, PAINT, OILS, GLASS, stands vp9*ui orcn inerttt,andnetds".yvffingE7IT io health and the Kerns thoroughly era- 'eeently been introduce', with the appr0ftof
. .' AI'QIEIlIP HAS FAILED TO CURE.IN A a number of the 3Iu>irAt. Paori-jVroi
. _. .MAJ.JoHiBKA8J>,:Tallahassee,Fla NOT .from the system you can rest aaanred N
attend professional buslne !ElAnID ILIDI&V SINGLE the City of Baltimore and elsewhere)
Ocala Fla. WILL SI IXSTAXCEwSOn there is no remedy beyond the grttve, as for and fa
J."f 1tZAtDO3 Esq.; ,., Jo, him in the Courts of thE ..60j EAST BA.YOI'POSITEP..ct31.BA.XK, HI3 Valuable preparation is compounded fail, there is no gueb.wordtas fail with those practice have.succeeded most admirably f In
,, rpAaufljEsq.t .Tamps, f fa. astern Circuit and the Courts the diseases for which ,
: ; Supreme, a CUAaLESTOi,S.c. J- from several medicinal roots growing in who use my,Werin. V'Jp. they are Phi-
. ,, ren.S.Ilcsn.fcNewT anTilleFla. ) T lahAsaee. lie, has also.such. an&dyaota the WilJs of Florida. It is I'UaELY and WHOLLY .tsCAEhJJESioR? SMALL THREADWORMS cribed. They are offered to the Country j'

c";; Capt:J..J; KWHT,Alligator, Fla. geous connection with an able Lawyer at Viu lie keep constantly for sale a general Vegetable, anti Jesigned ESFCCIAILY for the titianer, as medicines which- Le can.in all tni

Fla.H ngton City as will ensure a,prompt and snpy &IIPOrtment of cure of tie above disease. The Inventor and pects dr pend'upon, as prqnred in egreea
7JfF"r fisq.iarey'* Ferry, collection of Such claims be PAINTS OILS These to which the human' is tbe of
as may placed 4 of all kind. WINDOW GLASS Proprietor is fully convinced that it is an invaluable worms system with experience rome of tnemost learned

-. :' : CetC Ctirrti, Eq Augustine, Fla. n his hands against the- 'United States. AND SA! lIESSPT8.TURPENTINECA Medicine. In fact the test that he liable, are the most troubltomeohU others.- and judicious Py by sicians, and strictly) coafornuty .
Cedar Fla. '1' P1IENK. 1'IR1T lASS TAI.LOW, They are generally to be fooind in the rectum with the rules of
j: Judge A.STCELC, Keys, Sept.8th,1849, GKINDSTONDS,CORDAGE has given it in the town in which' he resides, : Pharmacy and as
.f E rUatka Fla. and the with which it has and allowed to remain from the irritation tcIl'ecialJ'ler'ing his convenience, who .
; 8. quIz', q. Chain Cvttun Foot Gin Ftrturrs astonishing snccs cannot
MARRIAGE Pump, they produce,)lay,(he foundation for erioos so readily M the City Physician have
Fla.c met, warrants him in sjying that it is a POSITIVE IK
JACMO* ruts Esq. Remington, .
Glue Packing Yarn and Brushes sack infl
ilisordersr jmation of the
,; CURE. lie has therefore come to the as bowels. own prescriptions compounded by a Practical
..'C. P.' COOTKE. Esq.,.SavanaeV (G*. HAPPINESS COMPETENCE.: of various hinds.march determination to place it within the reach of and other derangement of the stomach. The Pharmaceutist. .
.u.- .___;.l--- I IIf -j.-- best and safest medicine that can be used ia See the descriptive Pamphlets.
t'NtD ,: 12-ly. all, knowing how many suffer with this very t0 be lad
b IIOBEXSACK'S WORM SYUDP. Such lathe gr'atis of all who Lave the Medicines
WilY IS IT 1 unpleasant and often dangerous 1)iseasepar- : fur sole
. .
JJ D3 IP1fl 'f @:FF1.: That wt CrmilM, .rtJi *of lift FRASER& THOMPSON, ticularly in the Southern and Western States istonbhing power of my medicine over Aicaradus -: containing recommendations from Doctors,

P.", # btokci w .1.:1>|Hriu iorCi: of tuunM IFAv'irD g In purchasing my ,INDIAN LOXECUST be that I defy any one to produce a case MA axii, BAITZ ELI, Antoine, PATCH, linn
; ; ..4 .a.r POWTT lot *ba AND COMMISSION particular and look for written signatureon Love
received from New Torx 01 lif Wnyxicr or spsrit..g MERCHANTS my
ILtrue' r a Ripply m..it afvind,UMB((torn a eoalitUM of bnkh, the label to be used they will not cure. All 8.B. )fAUI I, says *.1 do not hesitate

Typo aad other material' *ratable for Job Printing :>.Uy.fib*emtMi. .'IIwrtI'criep.t. Cni..years % Adger's 'NordiVh 1 :,; KODERT: POINSETT t that is necessary is to use the Syrup in accor. toreecmmend your Diarrhea O.Vu/acd Ant

wo are DOW prepared execute,at the shortest no- b Tur,*Mthcu,peHMpt. 4 nf Iifht rirlhoad:or IM.Sat.MKid.j.svs tad oinas-of cont CHARLKTOX, s. C. P. 8. Platters should not be without this 1-ince with directions each bottle, and inCase jyne CJtern Erpttt rf1.t,* &..f.Doer. .
we. ncra*o M pm
. aiiIkInd3 of ..d.cas ArrU r nrDi' K. FRASER, I PACL s. TUOMTSO' valuable Medicine. Every family ought to a gentle purgative required in order Io .JOB t ADDISON, lays '-It give me much
Circulars .IS TEARJ it allay the ir itation ihey produce, the Liver to add that
PanalilrU, may 7-1y keep on band. pleasure my testimony of others
,. Iw Blank, Ha.d Ilttlf, mae. Uu ta W aaL" kaowMc*.w* look A.M.IICEI), principal Agent for Jackson Pill ,b1 their sympathising action and healthy in laoruf the titraorduiarf efficacy or
}r' ,on
Bastara Cards Show Bills kck' mourn ud COM*O.MUC** of our MALONE & TAYLOR, ville.Jacksonville.. operation upon the bowels, is the most plel Dtarrhaa Corduln &c.: and of tie Erptat-

VlaltUg Cards Bills .f La41aZ,1l. :osU wt lot ellis give pownf..n Mrif life tbbowledgs Lumber Commission Merchants Aosrnst 16, IS5I. ly ant medicine that can be tabn.nO raw,''I !have no hesitation in
liter i Aed wWt sod recomnjendiuz
& fcc., &e., Atc. obum ii rra 4yt _
isliU of .:uh w* nifht Bat hays buss iputd. if III* PDXrADErP.DXA EXSACK'S LiVER PILLS. it, as a most valuable ml'Jicinf'y"
-4foworLoJthiSLMJ9ie7dJC* knowledge .M umtljr'" It uUEIJUf YO TlCE. Doct. R. A.PAT be has used
st, the
nays .
P h t1erY. June 14. CUOLY'AHD 8TARTURQ t err respectfully Solicit cous-ininnents of Directions using PoinbCtt's Indian Lou No part of the system is more liable to dis- Cordial in hit "witb.

__ Svitthcrn Lumber Ac ease than the Liter it with practice the Isn.
anil bring
h Shingles, cast will be found on the inaideof tie wrapper supplied nu. and
effect thinks it
To behold UM fieknra ud.l'm"I....,d by.*.y a wih pifst ote of the moat COB.
blood vessels and
merous and if disused
- ; TIMES OF SITTING lor mar yon from etun >im4* sad comralltbU.MiilfKiMdM Liberal: mlvancesniule. Refer tu pueich bottle. Wheic there is fever attending nerves, venient and efficient ccmlination

OF THE'DIFFERENT COURTS IN *-oi better wu.- ot_1Uft"steven E. T. BROCK, Phtla., | E..T, ncnuD'Io..PMla. tie disease, n purgative should in wry ,the blood of course flowing through all to our profusion.1 evrr cffettd

'1 '. FLORIDA. \VIFK AJtD nOTHKRro T. E. BOBKUAI,'JacLtoHitllr, /'. ait be used btfoic the Loxecust. Should "f irts of the body produces LinT CumjJaut's, Doct.L. I). HAXDT writes ''! lave
: /eb 1 j-iy there be a tendency to inamutiou. moderately fatimlife, Ii'ious JJfectiOHs, Dyspeysla, v.LtYKR .
itMtJ the wrorautHM ctmuntd U S littl voUnM.(wilh purge tered your Aody EjpecltTo in several .
STATE COURT Eastern Circuit. meh of all which would. herself and enncrof
: ia Ch* )) .10 give the Loxccust doses CO.MPLAINT
WI. 1\1. JJA EioncLiul affection.-il the
.. ....: \. *rEii'o na>. TEARS OF MtSKRT. & CO., than tie average dose. l[3 attended with chills succeeded by fwer. se- rt'I't, and tram n IcowW-cof: its 1JI gtlmueUt st 111m
.. Orange and Bt. Luck- lit Tuesday in April. Aid M hen kubud tb. eo M Bt rod ud uti ty or mini.ol A IFLICTPD RED! -PmLADELI'JJJ.i)IEl'f.c.u. rete pains ia tic region af ihe Liver vomiting, effect. I can with the greatest confidence
3d do do him Inose .ick_ the AnD re-
Pntnartjj jlgT; April.! -"t oIe.ol..1 poa wll8 litter '
taste '
2d .without Ifl..i him UK opponauitr of acquiring that eomPtnc XX Hor F'. Established 18 years ao, ty yellow furred tongue, pulse full commend, &c.
.- Sumter, Monday in April.Yarion .which hu n flMM ore e.iitled and th> poinonenol Commission Merchants, Dr. Email N. W. corner or Third and Union md bounding the pain in the side is increased Doct W S. LOVE writes to us that le liadminMrred .

:: ; 4th do In April. cbildm.SECVBJ&which. would tecv the h ri>uwM of hiBuciC wif*,sod >. 13 SOUTHERCUARLE310X-* WIURF, street. lwt ren prncc and Pinc ts.,Philadelphia by pressure, should the left lobe be affected, th e Ejftct Tan; to lig wifr, U

: Alaclus, 1st do in I\y. 1UCAKS OF h1APItEUyb.coseingrsihiss 91 C EIGHTEEN yean of extensive and unmterruit- be paiD: is generally in the left shoulder, witha ban hud tie Bronchitis foTforte'
TIlE uti
Columbia, 21 do in May. Wm. M. Ltwton. I Wtn.: M. Tavlor.R. ed jiriicJieo pcnt in this city have rendered Dr.K. short dry cough, the tin. bf coming fa yctoir that she is fast fait,
.6 Nassau, Wednesday before 4th Monday in May $ .r.-r.i' iht knoehedge.th.. WHof t U'aiftriKlit Bacon. I I Joseph T. Dill. the most CT|>crt and sueccsiful practitioner. far and and the recovering from her long standing -
; appearance, stools clay colored.riuiiliseasecinbecuredbytheuseofllOliEX.. malady. It bis in
Daval 4th Monday !n May. which bu caused soil poicny of ihoussodiIs march 12-ly near in the treatment of all di-eae of a private a few weeks dune her
view of neb cotucqacncn. BO wif orrooihtr n cocasable .
SLJobns 2d do in June. if arrltct to Brail rwiwlf of tbit kBOwkdf* I*' nature. Pcrt-vns afflicted with ulcers upon the more good all the remedies the baa heretofore -
\ i roaprct to, .which would ipan her vmh Mffcnnc.. be GEOnGJABBOTT & CO., bo ly. throat or legs pains in the head or bone, 8.\18 L1\ER PILLS, as they act directly used under able mrdienl conceit

j Orange aDd St. Lncie PALL TEE 34*Tuesday before the COB abs :-of h.chiId.ih.bIrseosg.boveullnie.4ithbeh.hoiida.kippiDcw ud protiwrity to her hBibwid sod y No.97 East-Bay,(opposite Boyce Co's "Whorf., mercurial rheumatism stricture graee', disea upon t he* Mt of tbe,disease and then operating SIXTW of tie brat AroTHircAait sad

boda with Tile Ciiowlrilf MCMlauwdwa C/uirltsloH. & ('. arising from yonihful cxccwcs or impurities of the1.100p. upon the bowels they expel all i he corrupt Ant I lUDMCEtTtvrs in he City >f Uhiniorr
in November.Putnam ,
Monday littl work OBtitled
whereby enn titntiun has become cn- vitiated -We .
; Last Tuesday before the lit Mondtj- Deao.vlrn nSPIRIT feelled. are all treated with RUCCCM. matter.DYSPEPSIA. : ye sstiscd mba- ,, >knows
. GAS AXD UAXPIIEXEwith who i Cttrry Erjxawit sodSiclieS
in November. ,, lie piacesjtiinsehfnnder the care of Dr.h..
Sumkr&tJaondal- November. Private Medical lamps of every description for the same. may rcliKous'y confide in hia honor as a gentleman Thesymptoms Djrspcfsia, nnd its various LuiTTkata Cordial are medicines ef

Marion Monday In December.Alacku I Companion. ALSO and confidently rely upon hi, skill u a i
2d Monday in December. English and American WLitc JJCadlaillts Tuityarttrnlar HiMirt. ppn-SMoii after eating meals, souromas arising cure of tie d i,ea,r8 for which tJaf'1lfe rrctm
Young W:n who hare injured themselves from tbe StOID3C1 &
una mended
December. by a .c. gouit times generalnguor they bear tie evidence of aim ud
Columbia 3d Monday in ., ...re.... .i Dilcaiss .r .SIo. of every kind, Linseed and Sperm certain practice indulged in-a habit fro!ucnt/y of tbe whole body from tins it will bercn care in their repartition and style cf palliD

.'. .,,. .- Nassau St.:Joins, Tuesday lat Monday before in November.the 3d Monday ol r O" Hirt4ti fJittnt. Kmi.ff.250. Tntt 50. cUI Oil, Glass, rutty, &c. learned of which from are evil nightly companions felt, econwhen or at Kho asleep I; the and erect' that the .li ell!, ones' its origin to a ]lr.JPftnizetl np,nll.l we take pleasure in rmmmtndiBC
march 12 "
November. (o. visa .LPO*.SITIA BIIIDIK, $1 00.3] -ly destroy both mind and body sliou'd! apply imme state C\falle Lherat..1 Stomach. HOB- thorn

... Duvil, 3d Mouday of November. Flrtt pabluhed ia 1-h?.ud it If not E. W. Buker diately. Weakness and constitutional debilitv.loss JXs\CK'S LIVER! TILLS is the very medi- TwnTt- nil'l tf tie most respectable 31rr.

.rjRPRIZlXa OR WOSDERFVL of muscular energy,and physical lassitude and ften- cine to affect t perm'inent ioU d listing cure, chants, residents of Maryland Virjicb aid
: STATE COURT-ARddJe Circuit. IIIP DROKER AND GKNERAL: COMMISSION era! prUl lratlon, irritability and all nervous afico isthey act by changing the certain morbid actions North Carolina, who lave sold and alto used
"' ltir. Conalderlnr that EVERY FEU ALE.WI1KTIIKR MEICIJ.\X': lions, indmcstion. *lu-gi hDC&i of the liter, and of the into
rrti.iG T )MARRIKU HOT,can here system a healthy act ion.,and these medicines tlirmtclves, say, "Frtm cur
hTadron,3J Monday in April. cqvlra a fall knowledge; of the natsere SAVANNAH GA. every duteaao in any way connected with tbe disorder rendering the Moo.1 pure and healthy. own trl1fi IIt and that of our Cfftttiers 11_eJoconfiilrntly
Jeffrson,2d do in April. character and causes or her e..plain" of tbo procreative function cured and full vigor TO
with the Tmrlwna a7.pts a, end that _March 20. l':2. j I'et ncomm nd them PruBonoPoblico. -
\fakuna. ,lst do in April. Y'ouwiil find! these I'mun We have known dies
nearly Read! Youth and Manhood. A Vigorous Life invnl.uble mc Hinein never say ryms
Loon, 3t1do in l1 HAI.F A MILiaOJI COPIES Boston & Gnnby, or a Premature Death.-This book Jut published many complaints to wlich you are subnet usrd fur tie diseases for which they are |-reieribtd. -

'.. Gadsden, 1st do:. in March.do .,. bMa,, ld. COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL M filled with useful information on the infirmaties It. obstructions either total or partlil to be efficient atidtogive such entire -
hamilton, 4th4&ipaUchfcDUlsl in ApriL It w p..o loinmcticabfo to eoarcy fully the vanoBt ..bj.cu COMMISSION MERCHANTS and dismays of the Generative Orpin It addresses hey have been found of inestimable benefit i in itlsfjction ioV
4 ': i' 'FALL TEEM. treated o1.a* they are of a BBIBI atnctly latnded for th* itself alike to Youth Manhood and Old second restoring and purifying tie blood nail The above m.otires of rrconimenJulion from
feawle other
Barried or thote C..tc.Ilatinl Bumacn bat BO
CORNER BAY AND JEFFERSOX should be red by al/!
MaJtaun,3J Monday November. desirous of eiqoyni health,and that beaaur,eoBfeqaeM apo* STRCITS. fluids eons to cure all uplaiuts Lieh us., members of the Medical Faculty Plarrosccatiorsot -
J.geraon,2d do November.. bnlih.which is eo *Bd ciTe I*her iwo bappiBM sad dial SAVANNAH GA. The valuable advice and impreraire warning ,
of hoc hsob.sd.bat either ha or w ill obtaw it.at hu or will gives will prevent years of misery and suffering rise from Female il'r.gu.lrilil'l: ss bc.id-che, high stsndinr, ant nh.ltts of tie
.. Wakulla lat do ia November.Leoo sour,bnbud wb baa tb*love and affectm of. kx wife M B1 BOSTON. | ions U. CU1'IIIT. and save annually thousands of Lire imness Affright, pain in the side, back, &.I first respectability,should be sufhlcieatte.at.
that of preaiuary
,- 3d' do In October. bean gr hi*WB tBUroicBMot.TJFWAROS Xor. 1.1851. 8mrORT Parents l.y reading it will learn how to preventthe These I'ills ore the only safe and effectual rem- ify .11, thit these mnc.hicincsareTorthy ef tnel

Oadsdra, ',tat do in October. OF OWE IIVHDRJCD TROVe destruction of their children. to the the afflicted and
edy cure
- SAND COPIES DUNHAM rlF1l'D following compl iint!:Gout N'erousies by thatthmr.y are of a differ-
)1mIftoa,4th' do tn.o, cmbtr. & ##-A remittance of 25 cents enrlovod In letter and class
I ** : Ur Wra SERT BY lUlL.>(hU the last few _till a : ,Melancholy. Sick headache, (1 SiJJiin cot stamp from tit "Quacbr.r'.d"Cure
STATE COURT Southern) Circuit. addrevod to Dr. KINKELIN N. W.corner > Rbrumatj } An so much
'1c, lllrtl'sing llream.lDimnl't's imposed upon public.
CAUTION'' THE 1 UBLIO.lIE .D:29 AnD Third and Union
streets between
'' Spruce and Pine or i btor ill sale
lira nUl TE*.. Philadelphia will ensure a book under f ict any of the Leases that arisen For Ity Druggists, .Apothecaries and

Levy, 4th Mondsy ia March. NOT DEFRAUDED COMMISSION MERCHANTS.; per return of mail. envelope >m affections of the Liver impurity of the Count rj Store-kreperxgriierallv "

Ileroando,Jst Monday in April. r.uy no book,Dl6M "D A. M. Maurtorsa 111l.il..rty SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Persons. al:a distance may address Dr. K.by. letter Blood.. or conslipition of theTUw; .l,_ E. 11.STABLER & CO.
mjl Uro. Monday (in April. > Mrrct, N. YT<*w the title p*r ,and Uio entry peat-paid.) and be cured at borne. MEDICAL EVIDENCE.We ; 'U"UflLESAU DarcGlsTl.
gh,2d, UM a>rksO0eoa U. back of the tttto pap;'aa l HENRY &. FORT. T. K. DUNHAM. .
Monroe,; 1st de in May.ALLUCL : ) 00t lj .a rwp cUbl. and Honorable deafen,or send October 30th. 1852-tf. Packages of Medicines, Directions,Ae,forward the nmlersigincd Physician,having had 120 Pratt Street, Baltimore.
I ': ituui snDr.A.M.Maurieeau, aj than cu by sending a fClftiltane. and put up secure from the receipt of their manufacture submitted SoliiinJacksonniueby
In October.: inurt<.iu*,aud,surre|>UUuas InlrUi ciueut,* vl tn>jnrhi. J. HOLMES. damage or CUrlCl1tlt,. for (oui mar 26-3 m JOHN M. PAr E.
14T7.2dMOndIY, ? inspection that the
t Book sellers. News Agent, Pedlcrs Canvasses, say, ingrediants of -
Ilernaodo, 3d Monday October.Hillsborottgb ; General Commission and all others w.th which thiyare composed ntliC8 them the begt ---
;T KVEUY1 \VIFEA1tDUVIUAF4DPOnDER Merchant. supplied tho above work at very "MAN KNOW Ti FAD ."
lit Monday in November. Pill in use for all diseases
low rates of the Liver
Munroe, let do in December. 100 WALL STREET, NEW YOR v. feb % -1, ities of the Blood,&. invaluable book;for 25 cents. Every family
_.:far,IjMi rar STATE COURT Western Circuit.SrEIIO I. JIlM-rjr to tb.** Mr* hold sear said dear Will pay particular attention to ale of Yello* GEORG E WOOD, \. D. three months.aeor A
new edition revised awL improved -
and w hw to dispel axis'Jg-noraJtt I.wlUtIn reno Lumber. Live Oak and other Southern Timber FOR SALE. F.CKOULEVM.D.
franklin,2.1. Monday in TEtV.April. war rrach. r' and produce. and to tf order for purchasingaercfaanduie. 'Ol, A TUACT of Land on the St. L.I10WEX, M.D. -- DOCTOR UUNTER.S just usocd.EDTCAL MAXTJAL
dcc 11
Calhou,4ib, do April.. To enaU every (11I0 W deckle spoil Ow.,4hp.re. s'. arys River in Florida twelve miles -Purchase none but thoeehavinjr the si Book Ibr the AmieteLing Cvataia-

Jackson, lit do In May '.u.mother,ttntuUn,need Of remain poaaesaliig! ,unInformed a CUi7.smi upon that the no. many wllbr S. H. ROCKENBAUGH, above the toWn of gtary' Ga.. eon nature "J. X. IIOBENSACK,"a.alI fthcrsar'e an outline of the Origin. Progress, Treatment

3d do in mova*which otnarr or.later. are drstlnnl Jo make taming seven hundred acres, and which worthless imitations and cure of every forw of 4iseaee, contracted ky
Washington, May. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, has not been under cultivation for Promiscuous l Sexual Intercourse by $Beif-abase er
unlita the
frarfol ravagn *pnn bet guarded scalnat, last twenty Ajsents wishing new sappi'e and all
Ilolmes Tuesday after 3d Monday }In May. sad that eonsidrntM :.u wtbituu* hoaband hat 112 W SC, Arcw J ,rk. year Rice. Cotton. Corn,to,has been produced wishing to become "ItMat ofhrrsiJoldby by Sexual Execs with advice ror their t>rT Dli*x-
Walton 4th Monday in M Io himself wit netted of the welfare !, must a.tJrl'ls the
y. nastier upbraid ) there lUeetulWl, written in a familiar style avoiding all midwaY
Santa Boss, 1st Monday Jane.Bscmmbia erf hi. wifo- pamphlet of UilrtT-.it paxetf ontaiBiocUt CARE tir attention will,be pvcnv to sales o There is a Urge portion of high and low Proprietor,J.N.1I0UEN .\CK. at his Labor technicalities: and everything that would offend
/ TUl+pag* tuutj dt 2d: do in June.' exlraru tries the book will be tn\l free 4?iharg hi other Southern Produce. Also Merchandise; for Cotton and Uice.which could be easily drained nacPI'IIlL\DELPIIIA.SECOND Street, Abott the ear ot deceaey.from the result or some tw..
pnrihaaod Also considerable high rush land well t1 years succc ful practice, exclnsiveiy devoted
FALL TEE3CFranklin aar |hurt of II1.lil1l Slates bjr sJJrcaring p.st.p.iJaahcMn. as as some
lit Monday Ia December. fc, -. itVh _, on advantageous torma. Jane. 19-ly very flneTimber,which has never been eat through all Druggists and Merchants in the to the euro'diseases of a delicate or private na.nre. -
Calhoun, Thursday after 4th )Monday Nov -. .ov I uo rlrd{(. Is Happtnoam, '.Ha e_l7 -. JOSEPH'GRICE, The place would be valuable to any one having United State may.N-ly
Jackson SdMoodsv ia November.TTasllDgton .- ,' -Fabl*, $ be Ignorant.fjr ., __ GENEftAL" ('OM1f1$ ION MERCIIXNT.: force of fifteen or more working bands. To whieb. M.. rceipls:for the guru of the
: For.particulars apply! toFarq. Bothono,-'Eat Savannah, Medical 'College. above diseases,and a treaties ea the eausea rynif-
On DoUarSw. .|- :
receipt at On the B Tuesday after | t Monday in 8T..NEWYOBK
; Jacksonville. \18.11. Clarke at Coma and cure of the Fever and lor .twentj-
*xtrs,biadtnc.) TIIK MAHEIED WOMAN'S I cr, SU Jlfarvs. SESSION' -'04. Ague
Jievamber )'IUV A'fB >IEDlCAt COMPANION". Mitt (maiUdfrtt STRICT and prompt attention given t?the sale 0., <5T IS ttt undcni(1led at Fernandiaa Amelia Ore cents a copy: ix copies, one dollar will b.
HolvAe) *,).&.tODdsI1a NOYember.lWfl )Io say part of the UohH Blatn. AH Wton mart article.. produce entrusted to t care, IoIandFla. : (sep7- m) G EO. S.SETUN fTUTE J. COURSE LECTURES ia this la.titu forwarded by aDIPart ef the United States IT
do in Octob r.. be Jan4a44ryt.edloDr. A. U.MAURI- salaD orders promptly complied, wUh... turn will commence oa tbo First Monday of mail. Ire*'ef postage. Address, 'postage paid
4ih q .
v CEilT, WU34Jl..Tank CUruTuUlihLi Offloe, April 24-18. tt Ten Thousand Noi-embcr&Dd, continue four months.
S. JBoia 3d do October. Acres of Land Cordon; A Co, Publishers or'.box 186, P.O. Phila
nta .
R D.
; Ut jAb.nty Slrwl"Hew Turk. M D, FroC of Institutes and Prac-
S. N; Williams 1 Valuable Plantation "Tbu ia. without exeeptioa.the ascii eooiprairnnva -
Z.eembi. 2JinOctober.. -la Mow Yorkotty bt String'TATowrupnd.'Adriaace Including, 1', with Lice of Medicine. and intcllihl
work published o. the elaM
u\ii ri ht Talw h&T. ,',Sbermaa ,A, Co..- .Dewitt A Davenport COMMISSION-MERcHANT, Extensive Improvements, J O UOWAED, il T>,Frof.Anatomy. diseases of which it.treat* Avoiding all tceklieal -,

-NortJdJ&'p'#'fl'J.Oo Barnes A C4.OffiM 129 Liberty street,near Orecnlea. JArSO3ylLLZYa.. ., Well known as the 'rtllMNlce of the late W Q BrLUHii,3ID. Prof.Principles and Practice terms, it acI.IrCllllOllttoelrtG the reason.f its '

T.t1a.' ht Mtttda"J11oArT.!( .i ,._' < I. roay7-im"d r7EEPS constantly on band and for sale. ceo.LV COL. J.'ll.: SlclNTOSH M_KOLUH of Surgery.P M. eadcrs. It is free from all objectionable matter.!

J era!Msortiaeot otIROCERIES E. D. ProC Obstetrics and Disease. nd no parent however .ldwu5,can object to.
S :.do :In'F bruar>Irr 1'IlOJlE880Il-.ALltt. ;NARRY'3TjucOpiIEftOVst ; Ojr Fifteen MtL frees JtI /-vil/, Jtrrttlf, of\omen and Children. placing it ia'the lands er hiuo1ll.' The anther:

jMPnsac&Ivsi sir:;:J ialUrabi.L ., ;: ft', ." 'tANDPROA'I8IONS.. f'J.'OM the St. JMII J:lver.. C W WEST. D.Fret Medical Cbcmutry. baa devoted srI to lbs treatment of tbo
i SLAogustine do 1sALs QB..u.B J.uC.A T P :U.O.A' O.tl: n;. I : U!. 11J'jSTm Q1,_ T1l. :UfisCRlBER has beer appointed E 1.l\IAUJ". hi D. Pro rhsiol'IY. various eompUnta treated of.aid with too little

hrw D&Stitt. .t .';" ;,WaBtifybg,CarHnr,Pn.mmr,Resterf neC and will sell them lower for-tat* than they can be t for the Administrators' and will, ..n D BUD,II D,, Prof.MateM Medica and TbcraJ -: .i reatb to pnoV*ant to* little presumption to imose.'h -

; aLayW hn1Wj4eLntuIoa IAJ'D1t3CfIrt1Lt Stranrtbening the lisle, n..lIeTit1..LJm i .. bought elsewhere tnut.eet. ,' how the premises,to any one winhUjtopnAlsojlhe !JI"t e. b. offered t*lie world at'tl. merelv

; c: .. ., e>ases of tbe'skTn euriB j TbeainkYie pains, ami i! o Btry.jprodnee akett:jxciinsen'rwiliiiks, t chil.ei .:. B.fu.1.Jl D* PatholopealA1I&tom7 and I nominal. price ofjUeenU. the fruit of some. 2fr4
1 r, external DemODtltratol"'ot Aaatomy". ,most fneeest/ul //raA/.
1q : be&Un.c. wonndzBouadedJty.no.gee EqnTpmenUnT;a Sugar house enr- year practice. <
iu l pbiral&eW-lge r taU tfPf Br 1i tr ri fl.VnYoondPtbstrcctsTor, bracing the \ nE'S-Forthe full course.S 105.JlIlltrif1latwn, '"No Uaehef, parent should t* wilhent tie
bcfOTourneI171rd: with
I 6it Rfttrdhtiex ::ir1aEmd$tawbeteed in-a'ttbiiiX.-< t. rlukl. .OMf,18Sbr. a i1r : "" SogtrMalingi tAl : 'IlIUhu"> *:0. Reyjuisites for G raduaiion.tle.. same I. would save years vfpain.oortiocaUoa and sorrow
UWOri .- !
m i-- -*-& .s sei quantity(f Machines and as in other Medical '
; 'eieeod.&hf. "Profceaoiarefit'xsmMattun'obIv m1 ner-:. pn To6h used College 'to the youth under tbelt cbarg&-Pv'jdo's Adv.
j'att t
I wUa o. tbelham *-, lei'ibOoti aa1ti' i JOSEPVIJERNANDEZ, III nJsin 'n .
netoraatlpnpl 1b4, ,t"'T.Jtf J b3at1.e' D&M tilt trimt\erttt t ottfe elhrered l&brdef in man.JtfB i D1L.A111tJsckso.vIhl f Off red'Horse Power#in complete order.' ,__.,ay J.J-m' Dean ef the Faculty lunters Medical Manaal says: "Thousands ap.n.

.haj..tJ ,.. t1iIpor.tu. J tlH elt m.ha .l..crn".1IprlcIatf1tgo1h.; year East J1. t.Ii I I r :The Land"'will,to parcelled |o suit p rehaTjrnyjiberalj ; DR ,'JOSIAH ASHURST .' thousands or cur youth by-nil.um$..sad we.UIaeno .

.$0 1Ifarrd H.tb lft'oftte DjJ1&t1DC )8 1Utb r ees. *rtbavaMieaslair. beta led ,lot &.
marriap.b.YtM1I1..; Jt ,D. Lot no/ather >rtey ta .to rre.cn.t. *U n ffl Dr r .OSEP1Ir.nERf"\NI. EZ to W, ; - : -.-:)JDIp6N:: }- '1TIkL.keep VV' .MEDICINES- ,on, band /* UeJ habit of self pollution without realising the sia

bo AM4 .t _PY or th. Uooes of the,WMderfi4proj?!itfeif; f the rcor* fri ads add&h. public gciierany;f ,tie Lberal .4etJU4dmi4sd.lr{ tnreot and learnil consequences npoa themselves sad tbeifMtcrity.
$ 1dtd.. t &IIC1L1iJihi: ons, when tH"\iJe.1sMretttnilMHtieIj aJl en.tOhMtlU6t Jtl'ttoll'&ie. htlial received and bpjca, by,&at- $., Consumption, BrinchitisAsththaPjIcs : The constitutions of .thousands -who
Ls4 .p* r ater-into ktt secret ilecTh..haftttt. tI..dofi. t.tlot bes4Nto.losri4'a.oeU..ioaa..f4h.i .1ack.ouUw.AeJ13. 1653-tf: ? .: Old Ulcers Dropsy & are raising familica,lave .bee* enfeebled if.et
BoyoBM-aaa ,Dyspepsia .
saarrft4!{owifllftit tdlng the& & otita'.b.1ceiactloi I Jame. llavips;jitst teeeiv94 a Ins wawrtment of ,broken down, and lley do not know tie ill,orthe >
.w. iu.riogtjem (eII .* "Mllf.asois.t petfa11ro1ucs.iIf ., conaisUos of,blue and black' ;CLOTJlSofi Q .irregularities,obetraotions and exee ea in Iepalu cure. ,An V thing that.aD b* d.>4.. ta.-
Rl&pi e. milE b .
.l1d..tUU.ip"t < _' osaim1M1t "tbcats.niTh ; hafewctqiaiLins.Uaskagdcu1erod CA81111 SUJJSCWliEtt Jngreceitly op" ed regulated removed or suppressed. lighten and Influetus the{wbU* soled a*t*,eMIr.-
..ogjeinIntb zv.t 2ttst1nv .pOiZiTbi w"l1tU.'t.1avehs.i ENS4iflILLR LrfnnzsriiflNQ$l !X Ibeakorfc-BoBue.,Jwould rentcetfulrr'riKtll' Also on hand, Ida valuable-, and ultImatsiti ..i. .
and the whole Iram brJrft* :,.CP'I I.thbttuJ.lfii4i1.I .pateow .:-.f. the p-ubbe.1 There ara'a'abtua TA:I I_L Y11N,}; Dtl-QI\ U S. I of ptflI4 1b1tR.
"' f lot wt I 'Erf'7 {f!ad J'ItBfcrCt'Tb( *r tfJ W.a 11. lti l..m; a .>4-:4.i human wece&eM.wBeeavr Qa'.rniateleavng .$
qi."iod"ti"-.p BOtamt witkout oavaltinc 1 ebb aiJ1:1 t1 .blcF. l erp tlclM ft artid rP.tf b. qt l1i0 .x1"ate or )
the aarriad. or.tbo e about Ut.lIdIt 'atiV Ibeb.idifltftd; hCa"I&L'U1tJ a.ttu"Lt4. ,ear. aif8.w.ranhke k5MLwi&iErIace&3hci1iauoubwjtb. .I Antifebrile '.Drep Mc4icU.ee. Pile Ointment present and coming generations. Intemperance.
tmlant.P.a4tbl&trut .rgii..k,:M It b It fal erJ 1Ieeddln"6t1Ib U'fitatesMndtbejrnttMaareit msnber.'lIsaftei slide rive him acalh. kindred and fifty yards ef the Port Oftco and, DIseases unnecessary to nam .win bo cured hat I (or the use ofiatoxkatiairdnakK though it has

been the.. r_ .,tnoMamlsal aafurtunatt ; and tkns'wa batlt p'a to Newnaii stroet Socend,iteM from Dr* ,.'. hanres.horto The undersigned hagent for Gen '&'.: fmwdp; and cures always warranted and.10 for. .stain tloasands ayes thousands, Is sot a rreater
4. .r extent hitherto JI rw buildint assuring the public that ha roar ;eoaek and two horse hack wait lines. felted incases of fiiilnrc, Tb. to the human ;
|ram UM jaw.f 4aUu. .! ItA1.trtck an 111'hurl)o ta. price usual rrooe4iss'wll:1 scourge race Accept my thanks OBlalfof
ereatpTM*sending Zwe ty4iva very Caie1J ia<.Any a letter prso sr >ra*articles of thUktod. TLeblfrbesttwlatlasoot ( .all la" moderate, and_,all.garments warranted both 10a\'lDI(01' Pcalalcmi.weeIJyol For furtherartieolars not be proscnib.aLN.charge made Ibr examinaons 1 tb*'afflicted'and.beliey me, 10ar-e..

wifl receive ee oUbll work man er.i: jret been rssihud,and it i. believed that to i fit. apply at the offices of tboJaoklon\'W.: and prescripti worker ta tbe good work you_are1 *o activehr.n*,
copy .1ut.by.Wraa, *he .iiIe of this year will be a minion and a half ofettio. N; D.Cat.tZngsnd repaHnx. at ILo shortest notice.; ewsandRepublicao. ,DUiJ:43J:1JsI:4-rEB I igedta"1On -

.. co! ;I* t.tlO J1 9, : rttSoyna.tpbta. (pu a, 1 UoC'J epoL4anLManst4'f.n. 131 DroadntY febS-ly_ JAMES B., ASKEW i ofno 1I&to tbcW'wners fa 'a Locless condition *eopy win be; 'forwardedsecurely envelope;

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