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: November 5, 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 )
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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.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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13oIttraL( Tennessee,*too, has cot"tip the whig 'brigade the articles: it war, and parti uiarlhitpart mercy look" down upon us,, pardon our having by letter fofpnneJ 1 jy!.(Fresgccty. 'Chaplain*; & aatd pol
'terribly, by electing' Andrew.Johnson of ,the said i articles which forbic sins and receive us into his favor, and that the state?bt W.lla1df.a a.Mr parochlal humiliation and prayer, and, of national
LETTER FROTt JEFFERSOJJ DAVIS governor an-unprecedented>> :majority profane swearing and all immorality, of finally, that he would establish the independence -duties:were:sucLas! obliged ninrto thanksriring, have been. oecaaionalJy
Daring the late canvass in Georgia, in which all'such officers are desired.to take ,of these United States:upon the decline the honor of continuingChaplainto pointed;andthat puttie tu beta
and a democratic majority of its delegation notice." &e Journal for June SGth, basis of relfyitm and virtue." Oct. 18th, Congress -:.Zao/rei7 that the' President tonhip
of Fa- celebrated
debate between Col. GASKILL, ; customarily ,daring th* session':
a in Congress. North Carolina.has 1775. February 26th and March 7th 1780 another document of similar .
the import return the thanks of this house to of Congress the Hill cf lie Hccae.cf
yetterillc, and Mr. ROUT, TOOMBS, gained her democratic delegation. We 1778 ;- a similar day, r22d April,) is Thel,4t of the petitions Almighty God the Rev. )Ir.Duche for the devout 1 and Represcnfativesv <, 4 .
latter asserted. that "Jefferson Davis was name these States because they are emphatically recommended. ,A part of the recommendation J'eC mt:*ended, is, that he will "cherub acceptable manner in which he dischargedhis -* :j,0' ..,;*'
a Disunionist, sitting in the councils of the runs thus:-"that atone time and all schools and seminaries of education; duty during t1 time he officiated as THE nmA Qcrsriox
the nation," and that he moreover desired i strongholds of wbiggery. with one voice, the inhabitant may ac and ease, the knowledge Christianity Chaplain to it; and that 150'dollars be Ata meeting held 'at DC" Soto, -tHe

involve the Government in the Pacific If the ridiculous charge affiliation with knowledga the righteous dispensations of to spread orer all the earth."-Sept 13th, presented to him, as an acknowledgementfrom County site of Hereaady Cooatj : State'
to abolitionism docs not make capital for Divine lrovidenccwd confess their iniquities 1781, on motion Mr. Sherman, a committee : the house. of his services." Oct. Florida;on Tuesday the 18th. day 'of':
railroad: speculation. To these charges those who utter it in these States, when and transgressions for which the was appointed to prepare a pro- 30th, 1776, Mr.Duche writes to Congress October A. of' ., .
Go!. CASKILL interposed a around denial, will it make If to other land mourncth; that they may implorethe clamaibBf 'for aday, of thanksgiving and requests that,as he became their Cap- D-ilw.r. tipurpojw -
capital we
and thereupon Wrote to Gen. Dxvis, go mercy and forgiveness of God; und< throughout the United States. Oct.26th, lain from motives perfectly disinterested, I expressing public opinion relative: :taej-
asking an expression of his sentiments.We .- States at the South, Virginia, Alabamaand beseech him that vice, profaneness,' extortion a proclamation was reported and agreed the 150 dollars voted to him may be applied removalofthereniinng Seainole" aid

the Griffin Texas, there arc the same gratifying and every.evil maybe done away; to. Oct. llth 1782. a similar recom to the relief of the widows and children other tribes Indians now, lmn in Smith'.
find the answer in Jrffcrtonian results. The Old Dominion leads off and that we may be a reformed and happy mendation. Oct. 18tb, 1783, a proclamation ( of such of the Pennsylvania officers, Florida. -' '- --;-- ;.vT: ;- I

and republish so much of it as with an entire democratic delegation toCongress. people; that it may please him to bless was prepared and agreed to. This as have fallen in battle in the service of Wall' to'tL ;
refers to the personal accusation. Our Alabama has democratic our schools and seminaries of learning\ was at the close of the war, and after their country. In consequence,Congress Judge was called chair/an'd1; ,'
gained a
readers will with us that it is pithy and make them nurseries of true piety, enumerating the chief causes of national orders the money to be deposited with the Thomasbaseappointe5ea '/ ?
agree member-has a democratic majority virtue and useful knowledge.March thankfulness conaected with the His Honor ; '
successful Council Safety Pennsylvania, to be Judge Lancaster, was called
and to the point. in her Legislature to elect two United 20th, 1779, a similar! recommendation, a result of revolutionary contest! applied agreeably to his request. December on to express his .views. whatever to'thiaquest.ion.l
\TASHISCTOX, P C., Sept 51st.. ISaS State Senators, and a democratic Govern part of which is thus:-"that Almighty the document continues And above 23, 1776, "agreeable to the order of who ,
r: ", I. GaLiU, Eq Texas has elected two democrats God will be pleased to avert those impending all, that he hath: been pleased to continueto the day, Congress elect the Rev. Mr. P. responded in( an, .eloquent "
Sir-Your letter of the 20th ult, arrived or. calamities which we have but too us the light of the Messed Gospel, and Allison, and the'Rev', Mr. White, ChaP. address, portraying the WSc11ltid'f ,
here during my absence! and ill To crown all, as to the Southern electionsin well deserved ; that lie will grant vs Jilt ,ttum.if) its in the fullest extent therights lains. May 27th, 1777, "Resolved that and privations under which,the atbensof' j' ;

health has combined with constant occupation -I the most important::: of all, where the grace to repent of our tint, and amend of conscience faith and irorsJifp. for the future,that there be only one Chaplain this state'labored in the last Indian'war/ ,

to delay any reply. Union whigs were confident victory, in our lives according to lilt holy vord; that I And while our hearts overflow, and our allowed to each brigade of the army, and urged upon this assembly the advan-* :
Before proceeding to notice the politi. I Georgia, the democrats have made clean he will grant us patience in suffering! and lips set forth the praises of our great and that such Chaplain be appointed by '
cal questions to which you call my attention fortitude in adversity; that he will inspireus Creator, that we Also of or up fervent supplications Congress, that each brigade Chaplain tap ofpeace. iq-!
I will dispose of the personal accusation -I work by electing their Governor,a major- with humility, moo ration and gratitude that it may please him to par- be allowed the same pay rations, and Col. Magbee was called and addressed .
which you inform me, )Ir. Toombshas ity Congressmen and of the Legislature. in prosperous circumstances; that he don all our offences, to give wisdom and forage allowed to a Colonel in the the meeting, and recommended that aeox- .

made against me You say. "lie I Then there is a gain of one member in will diffuse useful knowledge, extend the unanimity to our public councils, to said corps ; that each Brigadier-Gene vention of the counties most interested be. '

denounced you a.s a Disunionist sitting!! in Arkansas. At the North, the election in influence of true religion, and give us cement all our citizens ia the bonds of ral be requested to nominate and recom- called to their Tiers the,',jib-: ; "::
.. on
the councils of the nation." During the :Maine shown a democratic vote large the peace of mind, which the world can- affection, and to inspire them with an mend to Congress a proper person for ject of the express removal of, the,' diuL'' .' ,,'
controversy of 1850, in relation to the not give."-March 11th, 1780, is a pro- earnest regard for the national boner and Chaplain to his brigade ; and that they i;
nclts of the South, and the duties of the enough, when united, to overwhelm whig- clamtion for another fast, which in part interest; to enable them to improve the recommend none but such as are clergymen Major Peterson, called on, responded/; ::
General: Government, in the Territories i ism In Vermont the democracy have is thus"that we may with one heart and lays of prosperity by every good work, experience, and established public and deprecated the idea of war'fa ore nn-' .

acquired from Mexico my attention was made a splendid gain. In Connecticut one voice, implore the Sovereign Lord of and to be lovers of peace and tranquility; character for piety, virtue and learning." prepare*! state, but enlarged oD1Jie dnD:
called iu debate to the fact that in certain they have swept the board in town clcc heaven and earth to remember mercy in that he may be pleased to bless us in our Sept. 18th, 1777, "Resolved., that Chap- derived from the removal of ;t
newspaper! I had been charged witha I tions. In the great States of Pennsylvania his judgment; to make us sincerely husbandry, our commerce and navigation; lains be appointed to the Hospitals in the the ages Indians. speedy
desire to dissolve the Union Believing penitent for transgression, to banish vice to smile upon our seminaries and means several departments, and that their pay ;
it to be the work of base men, who concealed I and Ohio their majority is unprecedented. and irreligion from among us, and establish of education ; to cause pure religion and be each 60 dollars a month, and three-ra- Col. Province being called on respond' :: .

themselves behind the instruments Such are the results in six months virtue and piety by his Divine grace," virtue to flourish ; to give peace to all tions a day, and forage for one horse.- ed. He was the frieniof;,this 'kw;' .explained .' r ::

they employed, I then said before the of the trial of the policy of the adminis- &c.-March 20th, 1781, another recom- nations and to fill the world with hi The Bev. M. Noah Cook was elected Chap- what state of feeling :lad:..to';$/ L .'
Senate if any gentleman make the charge, I tration. When euch mendation of the same kind running in lory." These t-eutimcnts are worthy of lain of the Hospitals in the Eastern depnrtwent. ,
was success seen adverted to of, this'country ,
I will an wer him in monosyllables It part thus:-"that we may: with united our revolutionary Congress at the close -of ." Other appointments of Chap- passage; past History, .,
was: well understood that answer would I before in the career: of an administration hearts, confess and bewail our manifold a contest, "on which," as they well say lains appear on the Journal for Oct. 1st, ; the injury in allowing the Indiana

not be I less harsh than it isfaLc. Such I ? sins and artransgt'CSsion, and by sincere i in the same_ document, "the most_essential 1777Jan.22d, 1784-Aug. 5th,1785, to remain; believed'that we. hould
ti my answer now. These brilliant triumphs should' stimulate repentance and amendment of life,appease I" rights of human nature depended." -Feb. 2d, 1787.-Feb. 19th, 1788. have confidence in Capt -Ca e/s' efforts' _

In that long and exciting controversy, I the Democracy of this State to a zealous hid righteous displeasure, and through the The following members of Congress, 4. .J/ilccllaneo1U-SaturdayJ, for a time; that Capt. Casey.failing tore :
my opinions were freely expressed. Theyare merits of our blessed Saviour, obtain were, at different times, on the committees i 1774, "on motion, Resolved,that the Con-
of their ticket. They too the Indians
spread on the volumes of Congressional support pardon and forgiveness; that it may please which prepared the proclamations re- gress will, on Thursday next, attend dir-: move the State should ,act' '
debates, and to them I refer to all allegations made against my friends abroad. Their candidates give a integrity, and to direct and prosper their PAine, Witberspoon, B. II. Leer Rober- afternoon. September 12, 1782, a Committee Cot C. T. Jenkens: was called on, and?

fealty to our Constitutional Union. Subsequently cordial support to the Baltimore creed, councils ; that it may please! him to bless deau, Huntington, Scudder, G. Morris, of which Mr. Duane Chairman, responded, saying he Toted for the late- \ t
(1 5I, ) when engaged in a and as hearty a support to the Administration all schools and seminaries learning, andto Drayton, Paca, Duane, Root, Madison, report on a memorial of B. Aitken respecting act in the legiaJature-tbe sentiments of
canvass: in Mis->5"sippi, whilst I declared : grant that truth,justice and benevolenceand Montgomery[ Woolcott, Scott, S. Adams, an edition of the Holy Scriptures, ;
Both to all coalition.
the opinion that a State, as a sovereign are opposed pure and undefiled religion may I 'oltcn, Mnhlenbcrg' Morris, Varnum, that :M.Aitken has at a great expense now the people are his; adverted to thepriW:
and equal member of the Union had aright I Uoth, therefore: stand on national ground.In universally prevail"-March 19th, 1782, berman, Williamson. Several of these finished an American edition of the Holy thou of the frontier, settlers'and, was serere* -
to'withdraw from the confederation, I Ohio, in Pennsylvania, everywhere, another similar proclamation, a part is gentlemen served two and three times on Scriptures in English; that the Committee on the Federal Government (-orf'aillitg1fd- .'1
I also poke of it as the last ml..Jy-tbe the Democracy have had to contend with thus :-''The United States in Congress this buineMlThe following gentlemenwere have, from time to time attended to* remove these Indians to
final resort; one O which, under existing all factious; and have beaten them all.- assemble, think it their indi pcnsible Chairmen of the Committee- his progress in the work," &e. "Where- according treaty, .'
iircuni"tanceyC3sisiJtpi' i should not ap- duty to call upon the several States, to Mcs;;rs. Hooper, Wither pon, Boberdcau, upon, Resolved, that the United States Capt. Sykes then being called myire;
]>eal, and sue& was the potion! of these So let it be in Massachu-etts.-Boston set apart the last Thursday in April nextas I G. Morris, Duane, Montgomery, S. Adams Congress assembled, highly approved the marked that he'wished Gov BreOnii d '1

with whom I acted: as is: shown by the I'M. a day of fasting, humiliation and praycr Root. Mr\ Duane appears to have pious and laudable undertaking of Mr. the exercise of his discretion, 'would':not

resolutions nf the contention which nominated -- that our joint supplications may then written two of the proclamations, Mr. Aitken, as subservient to the interest of precipitate us into war-that ie would ,':
the State ticket of 1851.:; fHtsccllanroiis.ATIUAL ascend to the Throne of the Ruler of the Root two, and Mr. Witherspoon three.It religion," &c. Also, "they recommendthis leave the Indian affairs in the hands of the'
Though I hive: : been somewhat familiar Universe beseeching Him to diffuse a docs not appear from the Journals who edition of the Bible the inhabitants
with the cxec n it a little feurpriscd; at this accusation, G. ranks and degrees of our citizens; and the proclamation of Oct. 18th, 1780. In him to publish this recommendation in Indians could: be:removed withoni"'the fi
because of the source from which it comes. From the Christian Watchman and Observer make us a holy, so that we may be a hap- one instance, the Chaplains of Congress in the manner be shall think proper."- force of arms, and believed LIZAJOii'L '

As a member of Congress, and by personal By a reference to the Journals of the py people; that it would please him to prepared the proclamation according to instructions Also,Journals Sept. 3, 1788. Brigade was insufficient to remove the Indians. -*
mttrcour-c, 1\lr. Tuuuibs has had Old Congress: it will be seen that the Patriots impart wisdom, integrity and unanimityto from Conirress--Journal3Nov.! The above' result is from a careful examination .
fall opportunity to know that the accusation of that age were not ashamed to our counsellors ; that he would protectthe 7th, and 17th, 1778. Mr. Witherspoonwas : of the Journals of the Revolutionary -
is false, aud I am sure* that a comparison recognize the hand of God in the dispensations -; health and. life of our Commander in the only clerical member of the old Congress. A review of the Journals On motion, it was 'IResolrdThata
of the position taken by Mr. of his Providence humble Chief; that he wonld take under his Congress. Of the three proclamations of of the new Congress must necessarily' Committee" '(Fiv t,,:
Toonils and myself, will show that my themselves before him in the day of adversity guardianship all schools and seminaries of which being Chairman of the Committee, be brief and impeffect. appointed by the chair to draft Resold -
most ardent language never reached the and to return him their thanksgiving learning, and make them nurseries of virtue be may be presumed to have been the author President Washington inaugurated tions to be presented. at 'an' adjourned", i i '
extreme to which he went both before :s for the special manifestations! of and piety; that be would incline the no part is quoted in the above ex and took the oath of office, April 30th, meeting. I -* ; t
JL* ?
sal long after the measures, commonly his favor. But of late years, though hearts of all men to peace, and fill them tracts. The same is true of the proclamation 1789, and on the Journal of the preceding Whereupon, Major LC4, PeiersooV* ' called the Compromise of 1850, had been there have been alarming internal dissensions with universal charity and benevolence, prepared by the Chaplains. The day is this entry: Resolved, that af'terthe Capt. F. Sykes, CoL.F. 1L: ( *
presented: and the principles and constitutional -though we have repeatedly beenon and that the religion of our Divine Redeemer above extracts, therefore, contain the religious oath shall! have been administered the Ederingfon, .1
rights involved had been fully the eve of a serious rupture iirour with all its benign influence, may sentiments, and make us acquainted President and Vice-President and Members Capt Wm. Hope, and Judge Eubanks a
i..us.'ICd. foreign relations-though we have been cover the earth as the waters cover the in some measure with the religious of the Senate, the Speaker and Members were appointed said Committee.
In con 1ulion! of this matter will only actually: engaged; in a war-and though seas." feelings of the lay.members of Congress. of the House of Representatives, On motion, the meeting adjourned ''to':
MJ that I cannot very highly appreciatethe peace is again restored, there has been no 2. Days of tJiank moral sentiment of a man who is such public recognition by the Congressof and praine. Journals, Oct. 31st, and remarks. 1. The Congress paid respect! to to hear divine service, performed by the P. M. .
prone to believe,-ready to assume, that the United States, or by our National Nov. lit, 1777; recommended "to the religion by system on principle. If they I Chaplain of Congress." See also Journal r' .; K.
one who desires to destroy the Union Executive, of the over-ruling Providence several States, to set apart a day of thanksgiving were ever without a Chaplain performing of 27th April. Oct. 19th. The meeting met. pur-' .f 4 |
would be willing to hold a place in its of God, as in days past. And can we ,.for the signal success lately obtained daily religious services. it was for a very 1. Days of public Humiliation and suant to adjournment, ;Judge WaD in tli ,
councils, aud swear to support its constitution reasonably expect the continuance of his over the enemies of these United short time; and it may well be presumed, Prayer. May 1st, 1782, "on motion, Chair. ,. J. '" ..
: aad he, who makes such charge favor, if we continue to slight his goodness States." After saying that "it is the indispensable that Mr. Witherspoon then performed the Resolved, that a joint Committee of both The Committee reported aDd .
against me, does so gratuitously, and and mercy. For the sake of greater duty of all men to adore the stated divine service. 2. The proclamations Houses be directed to wait on the President asked leave to progress, .. I
thereby assures" me that he is radically distinctness, these historical references superintending Providence of AlmightyGod do not merely contain general refer- of the United States, to request that eet again whereupon tier
false anJ corrupt. will be noticed under different heads : ; to acknowledge with gratitude their ences to a superintending Providence, anda he wonld recommend to the people of the meeting adjourned. Friday, 'the, 21st/. .:
a 1. Day of 1&smVatonfa.stng and obligation to him for benefits received," Supreme Creator and Governor of the United States a day of public Humiliation at 2 o'clock, n.c. ..r. 'N"a Ii

:rIlE VICTORIES OF THE DEMOCRACY. prayer. June 7th, 1775, "Resolved, that &c., the document "sets apart the 18th of world, but they usually contain sentiments and Prayer to be observed by supplicating Oct. 21st TI meeting, assembledJndge / .1' ,

The success of the administration has Thursday the 20th, of July next, be ob- December, for solemn thanksgiving and unequivocallay Cliristian. 3. The Almighty God for the"safety,peace Wall in the Chair. ;?: l'
wrveJ throughout the twelve United praise," and proceeds thus:-that with journals disclose various circumstanceswhich and welfare of the States. June 4th,
tees brilliant beyond example in our politics Colonies, as a day of burnilation, fastingand one heart and one voice, the good people indicate the personal interest taken 1794, is a similar entry., On the same The Committee reported the>> 'following":
; and those who have representedthe At the same time, a committee aiay express the grateful feelings of their by the members in the stated! and occasional subject areentries, J'uJ,19th, 20th, and preamble and, resolutions, which were car** '
prater. ried without .
President to bate lost ground have was appointed on the subject.- hearts, and consecrate themselves to the religious,services. The proclamations 23d, 1813.,-Oct 29th, Nor. 1st,4th and adiaeatiDgVOJee'YUf'
been refuted by election that June 12th, this committee brought in service of their Divine Benefactor, and are among .the very-best specimens 8th, 1814. Whereas, his the privilege and duty
every kind which 2. Days of ThanJesgiring and PraynSept. -.' of every community to express theifvieW"on
their report, or proclamation. It occupies that together with their sincere acknowjedgcmcnts of the writing to they
has "
taken place since the inauguration.ThU .- an entire of the journals and and offerings, they may: join belong, with'which the anther is acquaint 25th, 1789,"Resolved,that a Joint any and cYerypnbflcmei.1 j and r '.
succession of victories, too, has been concludes thus:-"And it is recommended the penitent confession of their:. manifold ed. It is a noble and sublime spectacle, Committee of both,bouses.be. directed.to, peciallr on such as immediately' 'eaneemr',
achieved after the policy of the administration to Christians- of- all-- denominationsto sins,whereby they had forfeited every favor to see an assembly of such men;makinguse wait upon the President of the United their i interest and prosperity; and( whereas -,
had been exemplified in action.- assemble for public worship, and to I and their humble and earnest scpoplication of all the rightful means in their States, to request that be would recommend by an act of the late Legislature' the
State of Florida ,it has '
to the people of the United States been made the
God to accomplish a transcendently
and recreationon that it through
The President abstain from servile labor may please power
simply recognised the democratic of the Executive of *
duty this Stale
said day." July 19th.-"Agreed, the merits of Jesus Christ, mercifully to great object, but still depending on the a day public Thanksgiving Prayer, : ,.i txader:
party as re-united on its old foun- that the Congress meet at this place to forgive and blot them out remembrance; God of Heaven for the ultimate issue. to be observed by acknowledging with certain contingencies, teattemptthv recmoval :
dationn those old State rights and morrow, and from this place, go in a bodyto to take schools and seminaries of education 3. Appointments of Chaplains, their grateful hearts, the many signal favors of of the Seminole Indian* by force1of
JJnion fce. The first Almighty, .God, .especially by .affordingthem arm. ,And whereas, the inhabitants-
the revolutionary
principles, a rigid adherence to attend Divine service. March 16th, so necessary for cultivating prin- qualzflcationzduttes, of Hernando
'which in of the true virtue and piety Congresss assembled Sept. an opportunity peaceably to establish county, together with'the.
has maintained the 1770 31r. W. Livingston brought a cipels liberty, ,
as a constitution of for their inhabitants of the other countiet bor&xy
hand and 5th 1774 and in an on the journals government:
to entry
resolution for appointing a fast in the under his nurturing prosper '
party and preserved the integrity of the read "/fcio7wThat Ret safety and happiness. Journal iag on the Indian tetoyarwmnhjj .:;
colonies Friday 17th of May. A the means of religion for the promotionand of we ,.
on ,
cation. lie has planted himself on the part of,it runs thus :-"Tha we ,may enlargement, of that kingdom vhichconsistcih Mr. Duche be, desired..to 'open 'the' Congress of February 18th, 21st', and'. March 2d, mediately, exfrthe dangers" end tlis-f.. ; ..
compromise platform. He has followed with united hearts, confess and bewailour in riqhteousnttt, peace and joy ) to-morrow morning with prayers? 1815 consequent upon J: oatbro:6fi&: <:
ihe frank declaration of the inaugural with manifold sins and transgressions,'and i* the Holy Ghost." See also Journals Sept. 7th,'1774, "the meeting'was opened 3. Appointment,tc. of Ghaplaint.- Indians remaining: oa Peninsula,1,jad
and amendment of NOT. 7th 1777.-Nor. 4th, and 17tb, with"prayers! by 'the Her.' Mr. Dn he." The House Representatives met 4th of; considering that the General Gorsrafieaf;; : '" 0'
an energetic execution of the laws, and by a sincere repentance displeasure 1778 a similar, recommendation.-Oct.llth "Voted, that the thanks, the Congressbe March: ,1789, bat a quorum was not formed has her agents.at, this time en gigetfaj a. ',
carried out in his the of life, appease his righteous until 1st April 9th 'a joint endeavor to Cfeetieir! .
appointment policy and the merits'and mediator of and 20th, 1779, a similar recom given to Mr. Duche for performing divine : April. emvalmnpem. Sable
of eoocilliaticn that through Oct. movement of the Home and. the:Senate mannerkdi&ni Considering,'too,;'tfcat Ae
was laid down by Jesus Christ obtain his. pardon and forgiveness. mendation. The preamble of which,after service. Congress adjourned .
the democratic party at Baltimore. The ." As 'one motive for recommending enumerating various causes of national 20th, but re-assembled 10th May, 1775, was made, "to rcgulato' tha appointment I iaiifeztuodisositzon to beE
all that of which' ,there is this Chaplains.**' Mallet, the very,day hestikifnottaolcsted. I --fJ1e-;wTutes/bufr
the day
of 4e Congress thankfulness, : "and above on journal '
this fasting says
, Consequence peace and harmony to all day of the inauguration 'of the Presidentl'achspwnlrelectea bars given the strongest proofi (f tiesr/
the .tat' the Bev. :
: ;''c1 sirou to have he hath diffused the glorious light of: entry:,-"Agreed ,. -
. fcctions of the Union and victories everywhere say they are i the Congresswith for the House. Other peaceable disposition, in. \liar t1 .1.--,
of all rank and r degrees duly,impressed -Gospel, whereby, through the of, beqnested.to open
people the effect are found promptly surrendered and aU of .
for the democracy thus exemplifying of God'ssuperintending gracious Redeemer, tee may become prayers .to-morrow morning! May ,eateries to same any &eir>
. the old maxim that aa 'federalism with a Providence solemn sense, and of their the our heir of his eternal glory:' The re 1 llth, "Agr cableto the order of yesterday -!Jan.'8th,;, 1790., Ded 8th, 1790, uJle- tribes that hare been charged wi&'Hept-+t r S.

. sinks the country rises. devoutJl.to.rety, in all their lawful solution after appointing the 9th'of.December :- the Congress-wa opened with prayers 'solved, that two Chaplains ofdifferentdenowiuationsbepoiated dations committed' against the 1t S

The successes'of the democracy should duty enterprises, on tis. aid and direction." as "a day- of public and solemn 1775 by on theB.Mr.Duche.occasion of the udden'l' demise Oct..23 of, the present seseic.one by to each Congress.House for, considering.hehayMYcbdeai4Jars&'also,that it would :- -,., _
t cheer Dec. 18th" 1776, +'eommitte* wa* appointed thanksgiving to Almighty lJor.h disastrous to the and
every true friend republican pro mercies and of for the continuance Peyton Band lph, Congrees resolved to who shall jntercbange WeekJ,! SeeDec. growth _
gre s. The,administration; stands, firmer to prepare.a recommendation:similar to of his favor, and prayer,protection to,these Uni- attend his funeral mourners,and'among 10th, 1790; Oct.14th,1791.: "Nor. the bordering counties to be...: 'i.'.
r in the cf the the several States, to appoint a "that he would other things appointed! a Committee "'tojrai 1792. The Journals'abound'.with notices their planting inierestiwhlch'Jasbe**
support people now, than',it This mittee.f90itea,on th lcd States, proceeds:-- be
t-; did on the,day of,the delivery the inaugural -' i[11th day., and on .this occati9ii-"the .Concress grant LOAS cAurc1tMplmh.tu: } elusions $'on neT )jiDiitb5 andrequesthirn! to be delivereVtJH numerous of tie. appointment to quoted of M&rch.1815 Chaplains'too, ginning to 1._._T'e'w&v' to. 'Indians developed;remalniagf;;: : ,: thuJ1JiftJal. '. t "- .. S
discourse: up .
las fiat18przt
to a
and out ; proper ?
,The,elections show this. ,One' Wtba ii earnest manner,,United recommend :- of Divine aU grace 3K* ittert pour of the Gospel} prepare! funfraL" July 'Sth,: 177G, Beyond. which the author has 'not'the for- years'to 'come. :Be, !Q ere(;" ';':

of the old.whig States is, Kentucky, ,but ,to'all the members of the I civilancbuUitaryundertbem that he on would bless and prosper the means "JlU td, that.,the. Her,;Mr,"Dnche. be means-t>{euminiog.&DY.9( the subjects Resolted,Istg That though!wd feel tfMknowlednjjhe

: when were;tfee whip so badly.off as, they States, and particularly Tthe the pfficers exercise, of of education,, and spread th*. light ojChristiai&Lisoidcdge rppointed Chaplain to:Congress,".and, that 9ft.biL :Jt ViSTbC stated, however, of! desnrablenessfof the!!femoral S
that the Tn'dianlliom'
; remotest he desired to 1tenel every morning at on the grauadotgcnra1) notoriety, tha l' limit of -
srnowiatbdBtat. througlstAe
i.' the delegation to Cosgrcs, with democrats: one, half ,of repentance require of them' and the reformation-and strict observation,further of ,corner of th* earth; that he would in 0'&.dbckJ Oct 17th,1776,"Mr.:Duche both Houses of Congress have always ap- the State, jet we deprecate": ''thd'attjt j



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to remove: them' by force,without tho ex* Count' "rSullnsil... /aaeinlnenthath. \f J If:* FRO lAa1tA.: t; !' Fanning, the furgcon wcnt!to"the officer Great Britain now;tho u samejnotive; -;:.:. which British havo offered-to---withdraw-:-= their-

tafenee of a real necessityfand the employment'of oriidcadt$; > f ,.1i N :Wo,learn froa a gentleman).ar arisen-.i theTransi$.Company_ andjdcposited Sir Robert'Peal avowed'In'iegsrd to the I cruisers from the coast of Cuba altogether/
.insufficient! force ,to confine, them The Papal 'government lib forbidden the aforesaid'articles'in the hands of Mr.
gcrontho steamer on Thursday evening abolition of in Jamaica-the I to permit- thor limits. ,, "'I::; J slavery motive -
to < the
present eporof grain. last .who left a few since Jeffries; the agent of the company. The i encourage-the- Importation ,of
Tampa' days
2dla&sofca2, That jn our view, that --- Alcalde demanded that Mr.eff'rieaahou1d, of exerting! an ,ouJboJniti. r from.Africa into Cuba in negroes1
the necessity does ot now'existand consequently : : that the Yellow Fever, was: fearfully on give into his hands the money. Mr. tutions of the UnitedStates. If that motive ;. on eondition that thel.ball, any be freed uttm m,

an,attempt tor remove themibrcibly : :- tho increase at, that! place. We,had pre. I! Jeffries_very properly. -refused as much .. was, sufficiently) ng,i in regard".to thor period) 'often earn; and sbiery shall after

!! &be unnecessarily! etposing.tbo: riously heard that: it had nearly disappeared as it was evident from the said: papers Jamaica to iodaco'IOdistinguih" a Brit i be abolished in-t island at the. cad of
inhabitants of the counties i all
bordering to : that tho deceased had been
found a -
but informant states that passenger fifty and blacks
our years emancipated
the horrors of Indian warfare. $ statesman ,to..advocate: an expenditureof
t on one of the company's 'steamers. be then under British
3d, Re 9tcedt That. .we confidently rely dAYN D there were: on )Monday- last eight newcase Shortly afterwards the Alcalde arrested, twenty millions of pounds, how much put of Great.Britain protection.aThe i

upon the,fbrbearanee of Urn Excellency, mosfof: which;"it was feared,,would! Mri.'Grecr and ,,Dr.: Fanning,. 'without more potent may we not suppose the inducement posed philanthropy to b willing to-consenUo,an SUJK tin. ..

the Governor, that he will'wilely use allbeclotbedrinlb fatal. Previous to that.tim (Monday -., givjng. reason for.such proceeding,,- -, limited
prove : _. any. ? : to be a* to..the.-Africanizationof ; 8tcalin j gf> ;Africans,.for a given
tha'dueretiousry 1 maiatcnanee.of ir r"tUi.hieb. l1e peace thnf' ,last)',the disease had: been confined.to The.forwer requested that! he might go'to 'Cuba,1- Bat the. question! is not confined I period of yean, to make: staves of them

the .of the garrison and 15 'had the company's'office prior to being carried in Cuba, with! the; ulterior of
troops, :
and in qro'etingthc apprehension oFIndian ; to jail! and on his way thither a pistol :.in its.range,to tho _probable, j influence Africanizing the island
altogether and
died from its effectTho recent cases: ,
disturbances in his possession was violently wrested which a PILlion of freene, grow may exert the certainly:of' the,:destruction'and
;4th '72rtp/i Z Thaf, 'we l feel gratifiedthat I. mentioned the citizens 'of 4j.
'Were among from him. When disarmed'tbe alcalde upon the.institutions of the son thernStatcs, pulsion of the whitatacea. It'is 'almost
the Indians have not heretofore been .JACKSONVILLE.SATURDAY
: struck him several times'over the head
Tampa. and oi incredible, that such
consequently the integrity an atrocitl-&tro.
? upon; *
and that :
ourpeaceatidquiethio This also informs 'that and shoulders, until befell, when, on' attempting cious in the,ends it aims
NOVEMBER 5, 1853. gentleman us our federal Union. Viewed in at, and ia them :
not been disturbed, as we were led for a to the, said alcalde ordered ,,tbis'light, '
escape which it
an by to \ -
had arrived at orIIhoUYd :
time to believe:would,be: ,tljq case* Capt..CaSeY Tampoj I his soldiers to fire on him. One of the efficient action of our ,government is be propose
entertained the British
SCARCITY 0:?,LABOB. by t>co*
: : offer
from tho Government
On motion itwas authority tho balls from their muskets took effect, invoked the obvious '
t L ,by most principles of or Government. Savage in its bars
R udrad, :That: .a, copy of the' ,proceedings There seems to be at the present time the Indians: larger sums in money than Ii lodging in his breast. Mr. ,Greer fell,' self-preservation. pie barity and wicked in recklessness of

be[cent to the Florida:Mirror with n a great scarcity of "thews and sinews" in were offered by 'Gen.Blake: as; :an inducement and immediately he was set upon by the mind that the safety of both races, it would
this !
request ftr'; other papers to copy, and that this town and vicinity. The great increase for them to emi grale. This I inhuman' soldiers with the buts of their Bearing in movement upon the character or.th.a& people an stamp, ineffaceable

to the,Executive, office at muskets and to originates with, or at least ,owes all l'of i its
a copy bespnt of.steam saw mills,'foundries, new steamers plan, it W8S'tbougbt,would prove saccess- ; finally, dragged prison, stigma, which we,are not disposed
1 Tallahassee, with,. the continued emigration of ful in circulation that the : where Dr. Fanning was already confined. hopes, of success to, the counsels !and the to believe tbem'ready to toTe and!

.Tbe,meeting then adjonrned. as report was And attempt was then made to place interference of from tho lands of tho
:PERRY G. WALL Cha'n. planters worn-out Indians were congregating in Ugh glee at him in the stocks, and was desisted from ,
<;,tai ,: avoid the conclusion that as it is to be tenor to tho loss of honor and charae
; old States to the peculiar and new !soil of Peas Creek expressing their willingnessto only on the assurances of Dr. Fanningthat
:'IEirHu carefully re-read the executed under
Pte'blo the guarantees of the
Florida and the demand for'Florida if such a proceeding were carried out : ter.The
dissent from themin pine, leave on the terms now offered. We civilized world will watch with i intcntcnss -
an&reeolutionaI: : Mr. Greer could not live. Dr. F. then British navy, so it must be made effectual the
which wherever tested is to all of
preferred Pl'Qgrcss
fear this news is too good to be true.JBSrTho thentgotiations'
toto., .
requested permission to for his instruments continued British
go by a over
: ; other has absorbed all the working force II' protectorate for Such a scheme, and the people of the
THOS.CHAVESec'y; in order to Extract the ball from the island of Cuba. The effect is the United States in
t ia9 tW .f' ,: of the and the of labor for schooner &V Capt.Young, particular while they
country, wages Mr. Grecr and if possible,save his life.-
I ,
( '"'!, I five days to this port from Bristol R. I., transfer of Cuba from Spain to Great will be slow to recognize the existent oiso
'FOn-EIGN ITEMS: common. hands has reached almost "Cali- This was refused. Mr. G.'s friends out- ferocious

,'t'l'be:London S in says';the' American fornia, ,prices.- *,', '. reports that, on Thurs y last, fifty miles, side the prison started: messengers! to Britain, -making it substantially .British,. ,takes :this form a spirit of >propagating n modern times philan as

Consul Smyrna: had"opposed tho removal ,The.very scarcity of labor, has embarrassed N. E. of Jplms lair, saw a mainmast, River, a neighboring town, for medicalaid instead of a Spanish province or ,colony.. thropy, will watch it with a closer, deep.

of Koszta:to""America calcu- main boom, main gaf and sail attached ; but they were met by the town au- In this aspect of the case, the decided ,action er, and particular i interest, for they will

.The.overland mail from India, ,is telegraphed. many projected enterprises boom and gaff painted black all floatingin thorities at the outskirts of the town and of our government is demanded by not fail to see among the evil passion
lated benefit section of ;
jtt says thai Commodore, to our country.The prevented from going. Finally, Mr which encourage loch enterprises a sentiment -
the' 8th = the water-supposed the remain of a Greer's friends to universally-approved American, senti-
ry's squLdron'rcached Japan"on Flank Road to Alligator particular were permitted conveybias of deep-rooted malice towards them.

July, and left again on the 17th. They only waits for the necessary physical wrecked vessel. to a friend's house, where, at last ment which is prepared to resist at all selves.. ,

were well received, but the opening of the labor II accounts, he was dying. Such is the hazard any attempt of any European ur
to shortly completed. It is stated that
Jpan is postponed till next spring. tir a powerful orgnn- case as it occurred. The citizens of Virgin to interfere with the affairs of this S&- The Washington Star says : his
had been held in London There is no manner of doubt, if this zed effort is in progress at Washington to committeeto power
A large meeting Bay immediately dispatched a continent. Upon all these grounds ho believed in political circles here, thatthe
in favor Turkey. state of things! was known abroad, we induce President Pierce to undertake snch Monagua, the capital, to wait on :Mr. Union has ample

Formal complaint has been made to '1 should have .labor.'socking employmenthere. vigorous measures as will break the Peruvian Borland, and represent the case to him intelligence from Cuba indicates the approach newspaper groundsfor

the Pope respecting Father Gavazzi in farm laborers The latter waited on the President forth- of a crisis which must settle the the earnestness withwhichitisappeiing )
Intelligent are plenty monopoly and throw
New York. guano open with, represented the heinousness! of the destiny of the island. We have every to the country to awake to .a:.realization -
the North half of
at at
our present the trade American Va-
THE EASTEEN QUEVTIOX.Omar enterprise. affair to him, and was!' assured that immediate assurance in the course of the President of the present critical condition of the-
t Pascha the 9th inst. formally wage: while the constant and continued rious agricultural societies hive sent com steps should be taken to bring Cuba
Gortschakoff the. of labor from the Old World and his cabinet,that they will discharge question.
i to evacuate emigration mittees to visit the President for this pur the offenders to justies. .*

} Ottoman territory. If Gortschakoff re- is adding Lands to the Woildn;;. A pose; and it is said that the President, The Governor and his soldiers were their duty with firmness and THE TREATY warn Rio JANEIBO.3Ir. -

fers to his government, Omar Pascha will great want of correct information prc'ailsnbr feeling the importance of the subject to promptly arrested and taken to Monaguefor courage; whilst we have: equal guarantee, Con, the American Secretary of Legation
but if Russia
allow fifteen days definitely trial.
;, that their action will be tho result of the
refuses he will commence hostilities at ad in reference to our State. The our agriculturist, has determined to open II at Rio, has arrived in Washington,

once. A corps 150,000 additional Turkish I channels of trade and case and cheapnessof negotiations with Peru in reference to it. THE UBAt ttVtttTIOS. most deliberate and patriotic convictions.In bringing with him the treaty recently concluded -

Troops had been ordered. The clergy access to our apparently isolate and I. The rumors which have prevailed for view of a crisis BO momentous, the by Mr. Scbcncb.tho U. Minister

had offered to place 200,000,000 pias far off country arc only known to us at THE COTTON CHOP. some time, as to the interference of Great heart of the patriotic President must swell for opening the river in La Plate to tie
ten of church property at the Sultan's The Savannah: R'1)uU'can of the 2d Britain in the in Cuba know
home and a few denizens of Charleston slavery question with emotions of national pride to navigation of the United States.ii .
disposal. ,The Sultan had represented to inst., :-We have been furnished the revived with circumstances corrob-
pays arc of that, with the exception of a few con- ii
and Savannah. Did know
the ambassadors of foreign governments : an emigrant: ,
following extract of a private l letter from oration that there but little and .Thcre was frost at Tallahassee
that; as his ancestors had gained their empire on his landing at -York, that for 810 so strong is temptible fanatics, he will be backed () on

by the sword, the Turks would perishin he could reach a country in four day, Richmond county to a house in this city, room left for doubt as to their truth.It .- sustained to the last extremity in his the 25th ult but not sufficient to injure

its if fate ordained that their for publication : has been about twelve if of vegetation materially.
support; or where his earnings for a few weeks would years, our determination to follow the dictates
country should fall to another master, they "Yours of the 25th I received last unot -at fault since Sir Rob- to the
memory humanity, guard constituticnaj}
entered it- furnish!! him a piece of land sufficient to I I&-"c learn from Washington that:
would quit Europe as they evening. am just from Burke and
ert Peel justified. the proposition to indemnify ot all the State to the
sword in hand. raise the necessaries of life, a country ofa have witnessed the effects of the frost of rights preserve General Twicas has been ordered to proceed -

The opinion is that the French and genial clime and health, we should soon last Tuesday morning ; I can safely say the owners of slaves in Jamaicafor integrity of the federal Union, and to at once into the Cbenkee nation, to

English will allow the Turks and Russians see the tide of emigration this way. The it was one of the most fatal frosts that I their emancipation, upon the groundthat resist the aggressions British monarchy, suppress the troubles among the Indiana

to fight their own battles, but if the Turksare Western States, it is well known have have ever known. We had no frost in the measure of abolishing slavery in by the united voice and energies of a in that quaiter.
defeated, will prevent the Russians 1852 until Nov. 15th that fact I find
; recorded that island would exert an influence upon people who are jealous of their honor,
from marching on Constantinople. regularly appointed Commissioners, appointed in my platation book. Then there ILLNESS OF Oov. BROOME.: -We re-
Prince Gortschakoff it was reported, by State authorities, to reside 5u was but little damage to be done, but the this continent, and that twenty millionsof who are informed of their rights, and who great to learn that Gor. Broom has been

had in-effect annexed the Principalities: New York, \Vh sc business it is to facili- frost of Tuesday last fell upon a remarkably pounds! sterling would be well fpent are ready to stake life, liberty, and property confined to his home for tbe last (two

having.formally notified the Ho'podars tate and direct the newly arrived emi late crop. for such an ollject. That policy, as we on the preservation of both. By all weeks by a severe attOfcof illnes He

that Prince Menschikoff will in future ad to their respective sections of "The present crop did but little, if anything believe, has been steadily pursued by the the considerations of interest, of honor, was much better jeste) T\morniDgr and
minister the government. grants : in growing and taking on fruit until British it is to be hoped that be iml soon be able
government, is now actually of blood, we have appealed to Great
Thirty thousand Turkish Redifs, under country. July; consequently not more than to attend again to the duties of hit: office.
the French Col. Magnan, had been push Well would it be for our country that half of the crop came to maturity before consummated, or is about being consum- Britain to desist from her mad interference His attack, we believe, was asthma, from

ed forwad to the Bosnian frontier, to watch "more bone and muscle" were imported* the frost, and this frost was rendered more mated, in the scheme of introducing apprentices in our domestic concerns; but our which disease several others in our vicinity

the movements of Prince Daniel, of Montenegro instead of the "fancy follies" of "dress destructive by its being preceded by two from Africa into Cuba,with the appeal has been in vain, and we shall be have severely sufferd.-7bTlJ.Q'

who is again arming. or three days of rain. I find mot of the consent of Spain t.nd under the protectionof compelled to throw ourselves back upon .
,There was a rumor that the Porte !Jadappoint good living. unopened bolls soft and watery. The ult.To J
Dembinski and Klapka, the As an instance: of the requirements of drought up to July entirely checked the British ships-of-war, to be worked for our rights, and our government, guidedby the Editor of the AJnci:

Hungarians, to high com mands. only one branch of business, at our request growth, and after that, the rains caused ten years blaves, with the further agreement a helmsman who knows neither fear Sir-The Editor of the Republican, in

Austria continues to augment its forceson a friend has given us the following the cotton to grow very rapidly and that slavery; shall cease to exist in nor dishonor, must stand by these rights, his paper of the 27th ult., thus comments

the Turkish frontier, and the supposition statistics luxuriantly: when it became full of sap i the island at the end of fifty years. We and leave the consequences to an over the of Mill
revives that in the event of hostilities i : and more easily injured by frost. I have believe from 1 on Mcetiag Proprietors lately
reason to our private ruling 1)ro.idcncc.-1Jttsh. Union 20fA
20 hinds MO ,
will to Servia which 10 min/l. employ My each Yours Ac." held in Jacksonville : Hear him!
attempt occupy ,, Add say 10 bands te each mill, getting log*, 190 advices from Havana that wealthy ult.
territory is disaffected towards Russia.Mr. 3 ." .. 1O.ding: TOBscI*, 57 111 Spaniards II "On reading the proceedings [the reso-
;:Jackson made his official visit on ? 3 rafting togs. 57 FLonID.LE'TIO in Cuba are now negotiating for the lutions] we certainly cannot perceive any
8th inst.'Tliestion. -I our ,returns from all the Coun- sale of African nonexclusive the
the CSt apprentices at fixed Prices thing objectionable ; on
of American citizenship This is only one source of demand for ties in the State except Dade, St. Lucie in anticipation: of importations for The remarks made on this subject byus contrary we should,think that it will meet

is to be discussed oon at Vienna. and Levy have been received. There was which some days ago, (fays the WashingtonUnion the approbation of all concerned."
labor. have been made with
GREAT BBITAIX. : arrangements of tho 25th,) have attracted much The the last
C probably no election in Dade. Levy is paragraph preceding quoted -
Oar river is the of Madrid and sanctioned
The Queen had returned ,to London now becoming a thrnnpredhighway government
partially returned. St. Lucre but notice and provoked some criticism. We :
and all the,ministers were assembled there; : for the export and import of merchandize votes a and guarantied by the British government : have abundant cause in the comments says
small number. We "It both for
but) it was not tended to summon Parliament I and the products of the soil.- subjoin the aggregates Iu that! spirit of open-spoken freedom was* thought judicious
threat made by our cotcmporarics to be gratifiedat buyer and seller that some regular system -
became :
unless events more not less than 400 sail of vessels which to be the characteristic '
Probably ought ruling : should be which should here-
For Jntticc.Baltzell the evidences of a prevalence of the adopted
ening. arrive at this alone in a while Glilrf of an American we deem it our ifter
had port year press, govern parties.
The Sheffield manufacturers memorialized true American spirit in regard to the interference -

the government! against war, and we have direct semi-weekly communication Wright,, :3345 1C04 duty to call tho attention of American of Great Britain with the slave We are sellers of logs : thus particrinterested.

in aid'of Turkey by steam with New York and Charleston ; Thompson, 1513 people to the information derived from ry question in Cuba We do not advert We protest against'being par-

The <
Birmingham reported New.York. them with calmness and determin jr part of them,objectlondWe and erratire. -
Douglas, 3970Dupont tbe views :
trade healthy. 'Prices were firm. Stock enlarging upon already presented -
low; andJ-ho.make considerably restricted We regret that we have not the tabular 3663 ation. We would not indulge in passionate or of entering into any controversywith If we, the sellers of.logs, are, par-

\j colliers' strike. statements to lay before our readers of Semmcs, 2601 denunciation, but we would speak as those who yet hesitate to believe tics enneerned, and so referred to by tbe-

,Turkish hostilities will be immediately commercial business of Jacksonville Hogue, 19.3.Fltm'dtan would have to with
; we our government ac!, that Great Britian has embarked in so Republican, when i6 says that the resolutions

followed by a"rise In prices. The cotton It will be found to exceed that of many 29th ttt. promptness, firmness, and energy.As "will meet' approbation of:all
mills at Preston were to be temporarilly II unjustifiable a crusade against our institutions -
t older cities, who .have' their daily record a question of humanity, the practical concerned leave to differ with
closed by owners, to starve their operatives O'V A\! We intend soon to return to this

into submission. spread before the world. AMERICAN. execution of the scheme of Africanizing subject; but at present we desire only to that paper, and to say by this means that

Money continued in demand but without We shall from time to time recur to Late accounts from Nicaragua announce Cuba is revolting to human nature.It .- those of our cotcmporaries who these resolutions'Jo not meet our approba
change in' the rate of discount. Government this subject. Our object in these few remarks the arrival of Mr.BORLAND,at Nicaragua, : has but to be looked at in this point of doubt the fact stated by us that we have tion. We subjoin! the reasons upon which
the interest ,:
had advanced on a was to show that tho St. Johns and his favorable reception by the Pres- view to see in ita, revival, in its most hid our objections are based.:'
since received additional and
bills three
'portion of the Exchequer to stronger
river now sadly in want of labor and ident. The N. Y Herald contains the form of tho slave trade. Let it be
was ,
per cent. Considerable l arrivals of silverie'takenplace. eous evidence from Havana, which places the First, then, as to the object of the meet-

., American stocks have it is to be hoped that residents abroad speech of our minister on the occasion remembered that the condition of the ap matter! in our mind, beyond any reason- ing. A general meeting of the proprietors

been:much neglected during; tho week, seeking for investments in labor at remunerating which fills nearly four closely printed prentice for the ten years of his servitude able doubt. We :are so well satisfied that of mils to adjust rules for the surveyors

and" the'market was flat Baring ,Brothers prices:! will seek, our shores and columns of that paper. A correspondentof is to bo stripped of those features in the made for and measurers of lumber, and to-

report sales of 10,000 ,Pensylvaniafives them,their hands. A the Herald gives an account of most arrangements are actually em-
bring with steady, a slavery of the United States which make modes of measurement to Insure
; bonds, at 89, and small sales of Maryland barbarous barking largely in the importation of suggest
and constant, and increasing demand is outrage perpetrated on an A- of treatment inter .
Sterling fives: 8\,91:" humanity an objectof African apprentices, with tho consent and equality to both purchasers. and sellers
TIZOONrltcENT.Emperor awaiting their arrival. merican citizen by the authorities of Virgin well of to the Tho .
# T est as as duty owner. under the sanction of Spain and England and to' define the duties of surveyors.When
::Th$: and Empress:ct ,Trance> Bay, Nicaragua. The writer says :- apprentice to be sold into bondage for ; ; it is seen that'the buyers, of logs
were at Com gne. At Arnica the ro'ooiiaolcmnityoftrinsferringthe @.W 0 are indebted< to Capt. Freeborn' The relations of.the United States with ten and that is to.bo that! we venture to_ predict : the whole 'the
years, during period are to insure and justice to
bones & Johns scheme will be openly avowed! and;;made
(the steamer! for, a copy of this government, through the efficient :
t,Fs ..:!'Theodosi,called,together:-,twentyseven' the Savannah Rrpullican of Thursday agency of Mr. Borland, remain as yet subjected;: to such system of labor and public, so soon as the British and French SELLERS,1n the inspection, they should

Archbishops and, Bishops, French from which! wo make several most happily amicable. He is at present treatment as will prove most profitable to fleets ;arc so arranged and stationed, in tbe at least consulted as to-'their interests
: morning, extracts
'and foreign- in DI, the exactions of avarice. Ten to ..
: engaged forming treaty with Nicaragua unfeeling of Cuba to' mako. the : be'protectedTbe "
neighborhood as
"b; )vet. .of Denmark opened_ on the _11 which'.will' insure: ;:no'' doubt, privi- years of such bondage will be infinitelyworse : first resolution prescribes 'the rule
ginsf. ., / not heretofore avowal, ,safe., This is our ,opinion from
of four i Loss"or"THE SCHOONER J.:C. FREMONT leges enjoyed by our citizens than a life-time of jhree score. years >y'which timber shall be measured; thesecond
T.ATPrnssian squadrpn chips were resident here, and greatly desired, the information we have from ,Havana,
telegraphed Deal,on.ihel3th,' roceed- ,The Jp.; Fremont,;which cleared and required by them. and ten of the slavery which exists,in our and we state it only to give assurance that classifies what,shall be considered

jng_to the Mediterranean, probably, from this,port,oh j Ctb, of October loaded Great excitement has been occasioned southern States. Ten years will become we arc neither filibustering nor dealing merchantable: and unmerchu table. What

; umerous arrests,were. recently made with lumber for:New York, war*boarded throughout the, country, by an affair the limit of physical, capability in the apprentice in'idle rumors. p particular disposition to be made of the.

is the.Venetian hrotiaces---the,prisonersjrera which took place on, the 3d October; at and if ho this limit wmiercjiautaUc noi informed,
in Longitude 74 30: Latitode.8G .; : we arc : "
r taken to Yrona.aples Virgin' Bay the point at which the California ,The,intell'gent.Washington,: ,correspondent
t=: is threathaned with scarcity,and'tlie by Capt A TVjlliams, of the Scb.,Bloom. passengers take tho land route to with life, it will only be bis ]lot to, :take ,of the New York Frccman'i Journal, and shall probably remain in ignorance

It .;:government, contemplates baying cr, on' 27th.Oct. All,her masts,and', rigging the Pacific.! ,It seems, from the accounts his freedom with no capacity to enjoy it. in allusion','to' this subject,i says:. "the ofthis, faot,nntil a contingency shall hive

'=lid e ; gone,! ,:deck load swept, and ,hatches which have reached us, that on the 3d of On the mere question} of humanity! ,' the conception! of such, a, isch me' 'pith ,its arisen under this clauso! this selfconstitutcd --
focus __ to.Bepiemter,13? ,,men- October the Gosernor.or,Alcalde qf thetown sentiment the civilized world which shall address i tacit
f'}. p.:.i odl'er.h raD there off. Every thing in. the. cabin was gone; of of.. ought motives, and ultimate! :: ,,Bade', would,.be olio power,
oa earthquake
Virgin American
: from 'this i circumstance it:is supposed, the Bay; requested an to rise up,and denounce it as too shock* J to their} ,peculiar sense of egnalityandjastice'for
imTat Thebes.Jjsinnn. ... physician> resident,there,to accoq- of. tho blackest and :most trocious of
I ". ': :papers"mention ,the 'discovery off crew, bad been taken off previously by. panya file of, soldiers down to tho, shore) ingly barbarous ,to be tolerated.But plots", _M its determination ; ,

"ofliisaz.i.. It tse.lfariimiitoinvadeliedyr '. some, vessel,' of:a little river;n'ear'the town, to,examinethe it is our duty to look at the movement When theso reports-r'eachodNew, Orleans The third requires that t&o aiUlltl prV

I r ;;t;: \\.;:'. :, : I body of A man,found there. .supposed in |its intended and its P"bablobear- : of the'stick'(timber) is to be measured'
116ii'Il0DinsoN the Democratic the
.the Jesuit condemned ,to candidate have been"drowned."Tho ,Picayune, we perceive, could
I ; / : to doctor went national Interest'andin'thispoint deductions to U made'for all crooks saffi'eient
JJJ' t1, '& 'Naples fordiis share. ,in, the rain. '. has .been. elected Governor\ of Vcrrnont. -as.desired,: and,during ih,,' examination ing upon our not believe tho.,existence o(a ,icheme,
: pf view .it presents! a question of to make the 'Jog'l&rilght except
; ,
r. of 4hiijitb: ,'-bad escaped to.' Turin. .,,, was joined by, an' American-Mr.:Jllenry Y so infamous. It spoke as follows :':
four : 10 III momentous magnitude. Forming sided,timber via=all visible defects deducted
after ooneealnient.t, Grcer who our
yeas t; ,; .Miss,Cunnioghume.was; .liberated from.wapjit ::',1 'fibe ;lion.r ::JOHN: BELL, has f'beta papers In tho pockets pf,the deceased, cut opinion upon"''well-authenticated historical ;credible'of aD1'Government.whicbclsims: i all defects hot seeo'iiy>> :' th* sravYeyory

.. ';F/orenec" .. -,', reflected.. ,;U. ._Senator; from Te, uOSscd. ,off the pockets, and, accompanied. by Jlr.\ facts,_ we arc justified in'attributing to, to bo'civilized. :Those saj. that'tbo but which'eoufcfhafp! oeQ'JCeU ky

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lie baulcr'Thoppdr n. 'before Swing Jrat in ( 2-) "; ciii; n fi ll'lUKttSP1 rUl ti T

the uitcT. Or-b1-1'Wbom i these lat- 'i j .: :' f '' ,-.

could ; xo,4. BIEHE'3lHniJJO(0.-So.4. I' t .1JriIIIt 'It'r
laeMm. 3j.- /vv\I' fH.U JWI _!. .
; )tare bee*,seenijbjliie tiintcr r chopper) Li 'S n1lW sml.h. Ford Eater*'Ci : r, ,
tis now receiving a Ur"fc new and.lega.ntp.ovt. I ; S
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ire to be iwuSe is nrt wired by the resolution I ."a>..iolnD&ztd.iJlterDU'OOODS'.n.' .. S Li&J J8iLr

'OaAt141ianaiai1ot:'iii .it Wort deoeriptieB fUtteaaWe: ad ad YarietT'ef latest stylet Staple,omjry .& George; S -.B EihCWlas- 32cr4ivc.L-ft7i A&Isat, of aetati t1I t X 1i,' N ;{f2 :

_t a iDitt articloa., ALSO -: : of RahassChsthsdsousmd S
correct; wer that,the. p-.u. _( ".it- :T Gr e rief.Liquors,Wines,'Glaat aad Croekory. I ,-, : .. "'l'.. ..5 flse'ti4tibnd. .1NIiv JiM *

;) ar' to'.dal J. t I I : 2' Hardware, sad a TTT lam aM'."..assort .:.Ail.1 .tui S ---Soi'an.4 .t. .
,. meat oTl>*diGsnU aM t'tdnns Shoe*Jim' \ Andrew I Cberi55.i.SIUM..thest. a Till CiMtmA.wDJ kayo 41
tifflhlo' to thenC<,1Ut which might S I I Caps; Badets, *c, ae.'ZA ;Sr a't.I */fcr CA*- I belts aM " the hauler 1 I IIf (oct 15)' A1..CLIK I. Chide,.4.J; t '
. hare been;seen Jay chopper FontY.Y: 1't ; .
". ZchE0lchLLLtNpP54qt
: Aw T'2ew "it,right, then we thinVthat. : .5____ fl t: FIRST Q.UA1jYliAT.' .' G tai r.t'CTZLUNA4taWeateff'th. N of IUVM4* CbarUd.Ut&of caUeooaty. : "\ I .5'

after all the crooks'in round logs are deducted : :;;h\ FOURDOLLARS: ;a" 71114..etW.. fcBaataJ.&aflhg.. filed, bl Bin u.JOIy .ia Uie. t, iyT1iwgs,..J. X. .Zatwip'C !.
1- -- .'t.ft ; ..."A. ..
the stick rtraigtened by this .w.te .
up ;STEELSOflAF' ..IrnL!
S I P I..CD8tno.r. .
b $ Ckjssof. That all pen h 'eW.w .A..IIn
means and required to be or 'Sft en : (ii AzE8toc.mnh1bltnt. : .. against tH 4 estate tt..creditor* orvi. Oerwiat. : n.a.. wWt .u a. tesrt.e'.
tho -- otThetjr1jtor! ,; 11.&hell'aW" theClesk"Ala Court e.t1EM&YLCJid..M .cesa.etabeih wipe
diameter measured at .
inches in wl the ."T
S ._ 1 wiU Sod the -OAT.H4U." omoftMlaottextensi : J. aadforhe.al4e.unyefCelaabiaoue b.re ,WDmta.4eireafi. "
M-t'V '
of the stick and feet S*' thirteenth daytfJebrBarr. D, eighteen .is.
smallest twenty !
part : \Dh 1'uMp'fr1..J
?bondreda dtfty-W. .' 'eS

long, the unmerchantable deducted, andO Vf jiIi'iiii; :' TbeuaiqtygcaUemeilflaekDrseeIrsts M' .. .,UOO 'And tkattkfanetiNlx)published awM-BewV' fmIJ'1111a&a sad .mtt
Thet1 .J1IO !B this Clr wt one,e ek vatil tat S F"f .
5 paper eiplr--
111! tho ". .JJi
all defect INVISIBLE to nean'4'prett -: '-5 S (16' lIon of said period.- Mar 13th. J85-V 't -< .
.J.l1'C K.S.Q.ji"V.I Hats for.J, 5. I)0. end $2,00; aad thuaall r 'W A rOBTTARO 'S .IL BI.o. .
what believe : L. F L j <.
surveyor-to say nothing pf we ,J .4.. / 'of the latest styles ,ff '.- s .' A Irae eopy.k 1'jan"1"I3.I' .5 5 .. S ,.,:.c -.i.aSaebas.tiij..
to be an assumed right of dictation tROPJlIEtOB known ,AP D3JPABTKEST. T!; 5innEovoq Glen.Cfr &a.umt,1. _' S.feiitt .
JOJIIE of thU well BOOM t f.pleased 1 to announce.to hi*old Friends and Pairbnn, < : S
". $ in the rule of-measurement the il and those vUitm*tbeSonay',$ ath" ,for Health or neanre; tf at bU Manse has mtdergone a I UuogTrav.lfin'poitingeiu1; .Dre'.Cape. : S "* u1fCourt'."3 :' -_._. '. .. .4. ._. .
thoroagb renoratiea.and ha lien well fitted up to suit the most tidion\ having made another add ofevery shape for gentlemen. ._ SAVANNAH .
Florida Republican,:-without the aid of tints to the Building and having most 01 his Rooms forntebcd with new Farnitnre entire. ; :: cmtJt.D'S DtPAEXRT. .E.slt CtratV ./ nttrta-Cfl; nat. ; ''fo1'' ANDi'FLOIIt"PfA.
: -Io'
visitAd the North "S MAT TERM 1833. "
lUriag recently for the \ ,
very tarpon a-wcrtainicg from penonao1isetTatioii *
any reflected light, may see sometlinjr the means bet adapted to tbe comfort _nj convenience TraveHen,and laralids from that seettea or Ereryatyte of,Hat aadCp that imagination AT CHANCERY;--Bill for Injunction S.s- S PR'' '..I'I,...t

"objectionable and cxc1u!ve" in the re** i' tbd with e ercry D ltry.l attention\. fally and prepared accommodation to give'awaraMo which can ta be those reasonably whvrMt expected.my House, that they win meet can from fancy 12i eta69 arekeptiIJre"efruTS eta,*ly;at and trices apwanlA. varying,.' and DLstribufion said Estate. Toveliwy af'Dtewthi7Pelh.sWc1iSJ.. .

olntions. r The Proprietor bat also teennxl the services of a Lady cf lony standing and reputation a* a Honws S noM JUTS : George E aieOellaBi. AdtniBlitrator Rebecca. Vdr/a" .tcoitilIEMddZehrg: ; ,.

r kecper. He will spare no pair M make Liz UOOM one of the best in Florida and hope, by keening i a Dre-s Hats rot.Mouse& .&-.nd Wool Hats I S Caarlej,d.eeeesd" '. S (Black, L\w and Puttata.. \.
To the fourth and fifth resolution, : rood house. and giving his persona attention to 'UJlinetl'to':merit': and receiver ibo itatronsn of the for Plantsti.nnse.' ..CoarsoC.p, "*.)- I2t0 tho of mill' 1'nbiic lie reupccrfolly solicits a call from his friends and trareDers gcncraCy-! u. dnsl'lLV..STEELE.- ., AdainUtrator/of AndrewS .
while we do not admit right ErA large and eztcnalre LIVCRT STABLE is attaebed to tholloo.se.Q7" S oet 8-3t : 131 King.t tCbarlCTU&c., Charles-deceaaod.,aDd ethers. the, bein aDd its4i*. 't:: .3.-
DreSCflbCdUtieSotherthsnth0: I The Western Stage learfa the Ilonno soon ifUr the arrival of tba Boat. S S creditor of nd estate Rebecca Chartea.JM.Fbarinjf -l_ PreberLUdW3L GA5Ow5-
owners_.. to Oct 22d; 185-4m *. S .fIA\ICE4 ;tn'r\JITQ ..1' pr.'e o,.. GIfl&TUAItGAiNs.SELLINiOi1tEUUpJpJ'1CE3. befl'made to)appear by afidarlt that Cape Thomas Shaw wlfl ""PesW r-tb .' l
; ; oi do their Mn places |
to saMBa
required inspectors morn .- .Hughes UIAM and Drm illa, kk wife, $foJ.heeouTbuse-
S Reuben Charles H.wGbw day morning. .UthJaaWaU selsok .jrmi'
duty, we have no objection. I 7cHEAP STORE.HJ2NRY A'V Il to N' HOTEL THE-1- Subscriber M'C rat for nat trin. .t H.rdoe. J-Ia 11. wife, UieaM Dari byV Steph..B.heaand and Erefe Gaston oa Tsesday anoniac*Ha ia*,ash *'.*

General is to }:. W. offers titifeiftreftocllaltnarbiidii*; eon. JU wife, and David Brandon; Defendant'to laid dock and will ooatism* U haft as the some tourS
By the sixth, a Surveyor I ,SAY STREET. CHARLESTON', g.4C. rintin-j of Dry Oood. Oro,crie- Hardware and S Bill. reside beyond the limit'of aid State and every Thanday and,elMs t tberoefter-tbe latter'

be selected. He is to select his deputies H. L. BUTTERFIELD. Clothing at reduced :pricei. The most cf this within the limit*of tho United State*> I.j .t / boat carrying.ha U.&Mail lei tftf.sripaaage. -
I tock: wa pnrehaMd before the adranee im goods S On motion of James M .Baker. E.licitortfar having haadietooatat*worn eecftIlMIIaor
from those appointed by the Governor, FRESH SUPPLIES. em; and eon eqnently emit be told"inueh! lower on that Complainant. ton S *, apply ea board. U to : ',, '.- ,
his decision 1 iT'lIE SnbMribcr has received alarms Merchant's Hotel account. Person wishIng to avail themselves of It it OrJeml, That notice S beurin.Ia'IIO.S J H t-UHBT A-t. k..riaJt
and those already appointed ; JL GOODS, ofddl $1.60 I '
an of
gant a opportunity irettinjr pod bargains are tnri- I newspaper published in this Cirealt requiring said BISBXXACAN01 .& .
Klectcd by him el ,and particutnly ac Charlttton.S.V. ted to eaU and examine ship stock until,the 1nt of
in ca!;.nf dispute, to be final. When an i Defendants) appear ar-d annrer said Complaia.aofi :StJehuswEige IstAigUd.eaIy'
wants of this section of the country It PRICE. Deeemher.| M all that reua'mi.on hand at that Aid Bill within(oar months from tho date of 4th trip .commencing Gearing
umpire"is to be chosen, we had always believed fullv invite a call from his old THE undersigned baring leased thi time will beelorcd off at auction. I the publication of this Order.7 otherwIse said bill CTthinst. Eavnsahe soptll- I

that both had a voice in his public; generally lilt.t'ck t'on.iBt.ia( IIotel- 'i'oatcdin Kinj street, solicit from Oct 22, 1853. p MOODT Ageot.n will be taken pro eoafenao agaiort them.. s
STAPLE AND FA..yOy" DRY tbe travelling public share patronage. He win aim settle. op,.the book. aeoouti othefirm. r And that aaid Order bo tmUiriiod.a .51.y" THROUGH} J P S
selection. This resolution has the peculiar -I I; GKOCHRIUS. H.IRDJJARE. 50 per day; single dinner. 60 et*. ftt1'7' S once a week. .for four month Mar 13th. 18i5.TT. rJJJ 1

fnerit discovered the .| BY. WOOD AND (! JAMES A[. IIERST.IIOTEL A.F01tT .,Judge,Ac. Ticxzs >i'charato
of necessity '
having New Goods, ,Hew Goods! A trne copy. Teat ,, through -
for such an umpire, and at the same i I HATS AND CAPS. YTEnS JtTKT received by Steamer, 'a rich ant welt K- _j.De4-4m. .. :.'T _8onlO&o G".Clnl., f' .ia ,by to lea I
I 1 Charleston, S. C. took or Dorasotie and Fancy Dry Good..Read from PalatkaandJaeksoavillo to-
tJmc._ :Jno doubt with sincere desire to FAXCY ARTICLES [ : Made Clothing Boots and Shoe, iftts.Ac. ITacatidn'In'Jnly In Chancery. Fsveaish bLAl1 and'Y thodally!... S
i STRUXENTS. -: uniTersigneil would respectful-. The friends and patrons ofthe wtscribrr are *Ai- f..ODaII tot C iIJ". UPalatksParefrem
Ephraim LTIarriton ,
and \F.
relieve the sellers of logs from any em- j l-e... 4f. *r- his friends, and tho Public jrencr- eited to rail and exatabie his present Ptotk, con- againct ,CompTcn "III &ad aeboariJJe.. ._

barrasftnent that might arise from want >! All of the .bon-e Good will be sold on he has leased that extensive and well gifting in part of tmall fljnjred PrinU Ginebam, Joseph S Baker Seined Spender OcoijgflThnlth Palatka CharloitOBV .11515.
terms a unanimity on their part, proceeded tnI Xov5-tf If E W ready for the rew tim, of visitors. Its cameloon letter,J>prian.cIothiv: English SIT The WELAKJLJcare Palaita erery .Mo.d y
.-- 3tion. being convenient to all the btiii- narinocf J'ar.ntattaeioth all wool,plain and fijnredm ?. having been made to appear to my ratiifactlonL morntog.and Jaek*> ovW weary Monday B5* t'-
the selection of the individual who ..1idlpreside trill commend it to those who visit; de Iainee, baek'! and colored eillu plain on the affidarit of Epbraita Ir llarrtao*. the K.B.DUEL Agnt Palatkat* '..

in that While we desire WATCH, JEWELRY AND b 1iDell; ., and no exertions or expense and cmbd.eashiaere fbawls, boiory gloves,lace, husband of Julia.A IlarriionVeonrplaiBatttJa the '. S W..VD.U..Apaslaek'ne,.
capacity. STORE.ACKSOXVILLE. : all by the Proprietor 4o promote the drwf trimin s,_bonnet?, ribbons,very rich,f iton, above stated ease, that Joseph. Baker Samuel 't 11.1853-11 lOeala Xirraeoy.j :::- S
to be understood as in no wise impugning -j .convenience of his pics'and render bootie itirng, french ties,children shoes of all Spencer and Hiram ..Koberts fondents.t. &. 4 :
/ in of the oU' above bill of complaint"! rcr'de oat of the State of FOR ENTERPRISE ;
every respect I worthy public kinds, (r ware. A very rich awortu>ent of ,
the capacity or integrity of the and support. He in iileaed to add that ready made ecat& pant, y sta, bats, boot,;- shoes Florida and witbia Uo United State*,-.and it also ARcl a .
a !
G. D. OAK.WOULD appcarit'gtoieelbat a bin ha be fled te* ( itiiJ1.tM'
the bye
service,as Book keeper of 1\1 r. and booties shirts eon an eravatvfacarCi, tie,
gentleman thus chosen, we beg 1 leave tn intcrni the public! hut: he bo lone and favorably known to ,tockn Ac. Boy clothing, a Rood awortmeat on plainant in the, above ease,spinet the wild,dofeitdanta S T..JOUNS RWXZ ..H eli

decline the proffered service and to ask 1 extensive additions to his "conmunity of thin and the ailjacent. land ; negro eleCting and cloths very ebe.rr.PIf'llI : S Sterner JtorRtfooMs
lois I-3mJ _n. W. p.o lAn. e caH and examine good and prices.Sold On motion Jamei A PMen Esq. tolWtor forE i. JiIit.TUI S
as the 1 least boon that can be offered us, I Watches, Jewelry and Fancy for cash only.septl7e L"harrison and wife It i* Ordered That the .I kare Jaekaoajwo -

i of the very best quality Ciirefully Island Cotton Gins. L. C .MEIIMAN.CLOTHING. Mid Joseph S Baker:Samncl Spottier and train 8 every SatttrJay moatage. -, *
that when our rights are to be protected j Roberta appear on or before the 14tb day of.November toekvrt ItU1"a1&tb". d4TMlse
t himself and eerct-i HyVlipted to the : & t5akes this opportunity to next ensuing the) date..c. this order,sad r.a at1t.., .,.'rd"n4Ina..btftue Sa
that we shall be heard respecting its necessity -j i the country. lie wont invite gh. the planters of Lore Staple Cottons plead all wel'and demur to the bill complaint sloe with tho stu.n.xe Corpus sad HVtr Xo.

Jacksonville and others visiting tbe : continues the manufacture of the latest rpnE Subscriber Jceepe constantly on hand in of complainant*--otherwise tbe matter and thing taming win leavo Enterpriso ."cloek "1
: ciTe him acill. nt the I Eoler! Horse' (Gins double and sicglo. at ; (I his Store,on Bay troet, a general ainortmeBt therein stated will. b. decreed against them or morning! and Palatka: at 'o'clock Wednesday
*, and is ready to fill all orders at the (f Ready Made Cloth", hats, Boot bne*. .. .. R.
Tbe ciglitb and ninth resolutions we I mUrK BUILUIXG, DAT Car aehofthem aj do not appear,u eontened. :; .I1WII..L.1L.. :, I'J
'. For the reputation of the Gins I Gloria, Stocks Itandkerebirb ry. and S S .I
every / OrJCI' &YiaatJerkart7Zo-'
.That of foro-
and examine bis stock a of which itfurtkir aeopy tbo .
Lace no objection to ; and to tbe tenth part following agent,or to those who have article usually kept in Furnishing I>taUi.l menU, going order and notice be published once week -'LLREID, S
merated below
aU of wbicb nUlL. sold low for Ctrtt.JOIIX oetl-tf
C for tbe of tour mouths 'Apofar
accord to'the S specs preeedi tile taW .
that S g
we have only to say, we WATCHES, &c. AGENTS. L. RIPLEY. 14th dayof Korember,.in JackoonTille News

signers of those resolutions the entire GoM Mapie Hunter'; Gold and : *A Aeoela, Ccntervillarc, Oeoreia. Jacksonville: Sept 17-3t a newspaper printed in the town.otDanaeonnty. Jackseurmfl., JACKSONVILLE MALE INSTITUTE'
and Faced with ri J lIa rgra nil, --- 7th. \KA S .
opened ; a v ty Ready Blade Clothing. 'July > -THIRD TIAE.SWARTA. .-
right to pledge themselves purchase or r.t Harris, Elizabctlitown, Lonnd Co, WILLIAM p.
Vent Gu&id aol Cbataline CHAINS.JEWELRY. ,
received h.telm"; fresh.toek cr PIf' BzYL
f" .
rST tA'trneeopy H i'r .oj -'Xt ,
not to purchase logs on and subject to any II. CampSeld Savannah. Georgia. ? ready made elotbirjf of the best made Sl-41D I V ;
italy Clerk _
terms they clloo?t'. So far as we, as in- GeM Lockets: Bmcclct; Watch S GiKilaod, .f and latest French styles blae cloth troek and dress 5 '. .r. '_". '
Ladies' Bi osohej1 Cuff !. Rce> ro'" Co coats rich emM. satin rests,Mack doe attn pants Attachment.
Keys: ; I'inr K> Liberty Ortboftaphr, Jte.4 Arit1tae&ieJ"4
concerned .. fancy do-,all kinds of bata boot,shoe, (c. Boy' '
diTiJual '
we pledge ourselves .Dort'hf'.wr.'f
are rosse; Box and OlPit !. for ( ; othinjr. a fine anvtmnvnt. D.BllM HanU; -IT SS PatuaaaahM per Barter of clove*week'$4.-

,to continue to cut 1 logs and offer types, Far: l>rorxi and Hings; Sleeve ) .It.Bythewood.. Cbarlrrtnn Bcanford., S. C. S.C. Sold for tub only. *." }Amon&nom to 'SOO O Geography. Orumaar, Uldory.Compoetu.n., S
end EJondo.'aac1BoekK.-c. do.
L D.A1IEn I.UI Ssekett.Lynes ACov ) tV
LidJer and Studs.FINGER ; Canova, J Jackionvillc E. i'U. i breeches .
them for sale ie Higher of
> highest I &It.1. *
RINGS. A Co.,Ocala. sepl7-e Byrne's moek. te. 2. I(111& I\- a .n .. 'are and .
rn lLei cit tQf"* 8O long are can reap I Diamond. S**!. Penn mid Ruby set ; ,Palatka 'f JLl hereby notilad.of(the ee aita fDOll11 --it -1.-sueom.ooane dor e. .' ..,.i..1SGza "S

I Plain and Scale ,1 Io...f errrv fI1P1ity.MISCILT"AXEOUS. ; Co.,, AUil3tor.Of S Notice. : nit retarpable to the nest .ensuing term ,of the Sepal? ,_'_55.T_. 55
therefrom whafwe believe to be a fur Spencer. White Sprini, .* ] heretofore Circuit Coort-of Doral exmnty' being on the tlurd 5'
Tnt Crm of Kixo PcaviAMCE. ex- Monday of November, AD 1853; and to JACKSONVILLE .
Cole Hamburg. Liberty Co.,Fla. appear FEMALE INSTITUTE
for the honest fruit of.ur at Trader's Town Camden conntyOeo.baring
compensation Gold and Silver 1>f'nci1'j Colt I ; ALSO IBIS of and plead to'the same .within bree,mo.th"lrom ,
the MISS
: delved Copartnership on day swARtAND1ias.u.LtRxo1S
UW. And in (elusion, that w'jcn the and Silver Thimbles: Gol J cr4 Silver : Rollers and Brushes can Le had ol August last, take this method of informing their the date- hereof.S isaociATxriutcirAts, r*; ;J:
clr<;God and silver Toothpickf; Pocket ,at moderate rate. Persona wasting Public that the business lcQUEEY'bklNTOSUP1tfaAu'y.Jacksonville _4..
friends and the generally
rnHE studies of this IssUtatioa
8. 1853. lOth .iIIh'ntUlN
'legislature of our State frhall Lave pre- Dill Book; I'nrtlMn ii*.. of tvriy ,& repaired.i1l1.eve direct to agents at that place win be conducted by them. They Sept aCitation. .1 ontberwttJfoodayofOetoberaeif ';

writad rules or laws for our regulation, SILVER WARE. S. 1.BURNS.St. an at this time receiving large and well selected .- : Term of the lastjlatioa sjecotdlac to stadle*.
2Iarys,Georgia. |I clock of Goods, niull to the trade of the adjoin .
FnrT--, TftM'.Tu. an-1 Desert Sr EOUGE IL'SMITJI Sheriff:and Ei-Offi- panned. 4 r"
the of commodities and Florida, and solicItthe
rr inspection oar tr; i tag Counties in Georgia G
> L d:>s; ?lIpr S-">rs; Fait Sp\ n. of their friend and public generally.oet cia A'Jmfntstrito of the'estate1 of'Isaac The English hnachesfnai 94 to$&,
Roller Cotton-Gins. patronage
shall yield them a cheerful asent; and, Sj.vrsPicV, > Knlft-s and Forts; for the literal 8.1'IES L. KING A Co. j.jS | Dtisbl] deesesdbavInE., 'l.d ,in.no0ee;: K B French-Lesson and isr Ornamental Frenchwflj branches bogiroa oxtraV .
Knives Napkin mug; Cups Card C.. r,grateful patron- __ wriiua,,eUggtstioa of, thojnjolreocj of mild Marlowat the Intit kriftav f
that uirtil so governed, we shall decline (which he has been heretofore the re NE"TOUV. .' tote PapOsnot attoadlar
Port Monnties. e tate- .- rt rT: ._
the English'ranelaa.2&f.
to Inform
tbii the Plan- -I
the proffered aH in the administration of SILVKR-PLATED; Cotton ofTmrtiinity that ho continue to man SPRING AND SUMMER, 1853TUE .Tklt it tktrfftte to notify all persoiri having ",. .

"equality and justice" of our frieuds of Tr ?.tll. CaVe HisVer C.ts'nr <" Utoet iicprove-1 Roller Cotton ate., SUDSC ERS.re.now,receiving their drmandanfaibst,8aid fsU\evt< ,file'their i claims MRS. DUPRE'S'SEMINARY-; ;
(lbr9 Candle 'tirk", Hntter Kbivcs. rint e, at the loweet rat"For the Spring and Summer Stock of duly proved 'and authenticated! btforo the CnABUESTOX '' F. ''' ".
the will, and ak indulgvnce for the expression FANCY GOODS. and quality of the Gins, apply to the FvreiijU Drrmntic 'DriG6rIt, J mlge of Probates. bf.Dnval. county, on-or be* mins nrsTrrunoy; lIr i, rooad flt
of our dii 6cnt from the views f-f Pearl and hvll CrJ Oa,en and : CcnterriHe entp: [ yule, do to wbicb they eJUewhero.invite attention buyers beforepurchtsiag feet the Tenth day March. ned, at which JL neb unusual somees VIII< autos.its Es-

the in its of naie; ('aril B sljetg; Comtsof even j Wm Dell do. ?. JIASKTSS A 1IARDEE.ttF time there win be m pro rtita distribution raises for tho tweUhvear oa th*34 UbsjtU8SS/
poWican want perception Apr the fond of said estate amongst the creditors Aa efficient of
Br do | T I> Dexter Mineral Corps lastnetioa baa teem orgaai ,
P"IIt"r WI' L' ; 'or l N cll>ce9an'l : X. B* Store formerly occupied by Messrs
*>f anything "objectionable or el.du i\: Coat LinV, Work BoxesVriiiop ). Co. Sa Springs, do, Moody A Boaltar. e thereof according to. .the statute lq'"11ch" casei. sod wr the enratng teasoa. Toarovid.acec< .

in tLc* |>l"'fl'cJiu tints .aid.\ecocilrons Port Foli** B le tf"P } .do, Wright A 'athey.U.. r* .r'GivtMrnnJrr sty Med, anti the sealofSUL.J ty additional room has been added t*,tho orieaai.
V-e.-Our attention Las been directed tuna Boards Cbess Men anI Bnard.j Ilevr Store- -Groceries. sad
; banding, every proviaioa baa been mado
Bftl tj.Geo, pa tor, E F, [[ J said Caar'.1118 the Eighth day of September k'the
tft the fact that the owners fir two or three TtaBtllsandi'ther articles too ",} House AHendcnon 0- (FOKMERLT OCCrPlED IT MR.S, X.WILLIAMS.) o A D. 1833.: '-' i : '; .' :j personal comfort of the popOa. and fee extend-'

(T \\f .:.l\9\ are not panics to the resolati"c uiention. !, calm, do, TEST roeeived a fill supply of S : i : FELIX LIVINGSTON, Zdeeati.a.Tb.leg to all.tho aIIa.' ] .

,. LOGGERS. CUTLERY. Traders'nUI A W Waterman.A Knox. do. .; J GROCERIES, Judge robMes. of. Dnval county *following i* tie, ,. .
Prarl, Shell, and Ivory Handled Micanopy, which are offered *wholesale and ; I j
ilettlO :, GinAdninigtrator'a.Notica. aoAa.oor1ssrzucTloz .
Knives of variety Homing ?, do, A Priest Flemington I retail,at cash prices., ''
every C Von Doblcn. Palatka.Harward Pof-Mfl..JUUADnPRlz.S.,: .. ;; ;,
Special Cotters.Anodyne n-tx"M, Shears Koiwris te.. all of These GOODS have been selected and every
Meyell do. A pawson article is warranted to prove saticCictonr; or maybe IIn.JULL\C.; BOCNETHmrXeernrer /,
from the Lest m bu.**warranted \ LL claims of
A \.1 Charleston S C, returned. (July-tf) I. B.HO WELL. persona having just aoy deserrpJIX CBA5MOBE WALLACE. >
tioa the Estate Jacob JL Bohrer.deceaned ;
PEUFpIERY.Lnl ; E F. B L LHcriot do: against
irStaIAer's Cherry Expectorant : .in"a CitraetK. German Coloffn Garden Sec(lsFresli anti Genuine. are hereby called upon to present the "TUn_. 75 jo .?i+i J

and Diarrhoea Cordial being recommended Toflet, an-l >h vin Soips Chirceal >er Veep on band at the lowest TEST roeervedfrooi the Nursery of Mr. David same without delay duly authenticated, to the undenigned. Rer.CRAXMORE WALLACE, Ancient "
S and Brn'hes.Vbipers for GiD!.Rol Those not presented within two years Ethic &e "'. 4i;
full assortment *
highly ty many Phyfieians, A pothecaric and Pomatums hair Oils und ." Si Landreth, near Philadelphia a
i-atte., Gins from this date will be forever barred and those indebted -
be also repair at the lowest rate bIIssA.GJLteOEE
of fresh and genuine GarSen Seeds, growth 1S54.RnU ; : 1,1\".'"
PharmaccBtift of high standing in tbe City of Ballaore ALSO, in want of Gins will direct their .ilI.p..mak.immediate psysasot.S. LMisaJLJlFLETCHEB.
please Begs Turnips Long Scarlet Badifh. Miss E. R.BREW TER, ( __ ,. -.,. .
,there can be no doubt of their superior vir. Clocks Lookillr Gl ss, Spy GI.1 abucriber,. at St.Maryn. Geo, or to Flat Dutch ," Long S&11110" do GABRIEL. PKIEST. ; f3Mias 6', ...11. _

taea. Those,snffuring ith c.u,. Cow .,,Uoarie.et mcmetrr,Guns. Pis0I5! Powder }' TB10S. VAXCE. Red Top Roval Cabbogo Lettuce, oct-3ia Adminisrrator C. REED. ? I IMrs. S .

4c, or with Diarrhea, should give them a BICT &c. Clothe, Hir, and Nail m _____ Large Globe Burly Cabbage do Notice. i .J. C. BOU5ETHTAtL':-, / ." ::

trial Eee adTertiaemcat ia another col umn. oct with many other articles usually ( ; -5 DP.DA.'tTER,Dental Yellow Aberdeen M White- CII .."' doLandretb's THIRTY days after date, ,1 shall apply to the Miss WHISKETMA5 '. = "
store At the kind. S lf; Surgeon, ban'permanently Early Tork' 7L Judge Probate; for base to sell I Mlle-THERERITMARDAOA J b P&bd.t
I*.iai>2.Taoetands N. JJ.-WatcLcfl, Clocks and located at Cabbage do', Asiatic Corn Salad Cauliflower. doa tbe'Roal Estate belonging Jacob X.Relives, Mons.E DBA. ; :. rti. .,.
Largo '' deeeased,M follows: One Store-Home and Lot.at 'r'l: ,e.4l:
of Parents who ape Yrraifnre repaired and warranted. and U fully prepared t Insert teeth Green GLued do Late Dutch .- i do Alr.STDTTLEB, .

composed of Castor Oil Calomel, &e, are tot" NOT .1, l;';. improred plan The patronage. of the Early Flat Dutch do Extra Early Beet frnn Uiddleb,M feetcleep'rgE Florida; GABRIEL tho lot measures PRIEST 59 reel Madame ____, .5- I..:' 1. :Ai._.t1 .5
apart that while !...Co'1r.. B. has a pre ratlcn Large Drumhead do Long Blood Jo. MisaWHISKETMAN. S eilo..TCeei .J
they appear to benefit the Get S-lm AdministratorAdministrator's ,
the teeth bo des '
nerves aching may do do' Savoy do Early Turnip Rooted. : '
Mr. REEVES batn.aauL-
jwtientjthey are actually the fonalj.t Boot and Shoo Maker.
laying ""
'fain. ,do Cries Cnrld ..do,,Plain 11 Parsley Ifotice.A 1 GRAMBATf. .
for a scries of diseases,such as salivation desires fc given to of those for whom Leek. Signor j' a
THE Undersigned many do London
> Spinach {
Sugar Parsnip ; LL indebted to the estate Robert -
los of sight weakness of limbs, Sic.laaDothrreolnma b. -the Public that be i* prepared to I I at this plaee. oetiSIyWOTICE. For sale 1 aC' : f- '! .L \ Winter/d persons eeasedrwin please'tnako paymoat 1tr.JY.L.. DA.fBnuio.rtU1U, .: lTf-.rt';t tIt 5. S

will t*found the adverse.went order Gentlemen's Boots Bootees and: S ot8-3tv 'APOTUECAET JALw to the .acleniped sad all pertons having claim msyb.lmportent top taoaaas..:diatsMsrto

of IlebeDsack's Vledieint, to which we also Ladies!! Sb ew' having recently S '- '. shaloM laid estate will please present them within gut*,that DRach of!ibinInztiutio&bsw
skthe attentioa of all directly interested In nnt rate workman,be pledges himMrlf : I andAlh'yator Plank ftoatl. For' Sale; the time proscribed by !',.- been'established at Allen, apUcavbsKii.'or

their owa as w.1I. their Children's healthsla iifaetioa to all who may fvor bim witfc 30 aUf-bofJietl AinA tcanted. niOirLY impi<0T.4IT,". _-*reM JlMzs.irnJacksonville. its health whenJStadeatacDayb .r sov div
User Complsnts! and ill disorders Arising tom. J C TE i b hereby gives 10 all stockholders ia MA centre of tho Town,upon which is a Urge Oet 8, 1833. :.2m the summer-caao..aand andre tb"- qom.

from those of a bilious -type,ahoald juke use Bay sfrect near the-corner of who may propose to farnfch la and eommodioniBoarding House-three stories high, S Adm1nistratr1x'Not1caiA perinteadaaeo, ma, maGnum tbrssarajst

of tbe onljr genuine medicine,Ilobensack's Li v- .se41o.em. : !*for the construction of the same THIRTY good roemt.i.itJa'T\VB- TY.TBREE LL PERSONS havinf JMtelaimsof any deaerip-' inttructioa.. iM& 8-1.
er Pilla. Citation to Creditors. term of the charter they have a pre fIne with an t seeoary. 'u-bufldinj$ good Alien against the Estate Charles Byrne.deeM
that the subscriber is new ready to &' Also' 'JACKSONVILLE F0IDIY'.J.
shade tree
D.B afdired,"but ask tii Hobensack's ANN JONEa,.Atlmioictratid the same. ,TIIOS. LEDWITII, water.UPC THE JURJ5ITURE.Also .' are hereby called upon topr *ent the sam withoat -
Wore Syrup and Liver Pills, aad observe that POLLY of John A.Jones, late of 1853. 1m. Superintendent. -T delay daly.aatbentieated. to the,mndersi'jneA i a.anMACHINE
B4ed wiShes two fraa thisdate WoRCePflETkionflle -
*ca has therigaatsre oftheProprh.terJ. N. county,deceased having lUJsday, : A S PRIVATE
J10BENSACK,.none else arc genuine.. office a written suggestion cf tbe l. Tailoring. log lot TbU iseonsfdered th$,ot.vah a.. S rtU.E8A1A. BDaE.A4mID. o&j'iiMs'S

mIy.4-I1! ., aeM estate: -_ S ,ANDREU bbs property, in this,thriving town,and will bo sold '11...0IIepIa' .'Jau Jaeksoavil! Ismy .L eblao Works aw. -' BOW* prtpawd" to- teal*** a
I I This i* therefore to notify'all low. Apply to, waLPa>EWEES.Jacksonville. .- anthoriied A f. In all btuine relative to the aponsbostls.tkeii. ;; i S

larrirb ing claims aj liD'.said estate,to appear known, informs lo ho the experienced eitineiu,Jacksonville in cutting and ,April 8-ft. .. -. ?;'. '- ., < HTEEEaA.A. BTB5E Saw-Min "*' Smithing,'TualaIS&eaed..r..tro.'O -'tad

the lame with me, duly,proved,and I : that be baA taken the homo tor. "- .MAGNOLIAHOUSE. -- ', ; .tu1t- m ::. .. -. Fiaisfalac fca.au their
Lancaster itns
la .oa the 15th f ptomber. by law 'or before t tohaadrodbomSagarMUls. 55braach.s, __. Is
accvrdipf i to OB where S
tI. 1.. Mr.PACKED. CALVIN OAK. Eosof entcd ;II W Mr..Thomas W.Jones, CKSONriLLK, FLORIDA.'i S ''Notice. 5 -- -.-' -
this place. sad Mrs. ELIZA A. P&OCTOK. of day of May next,!LIQ there.w'Bl. a ready. to receive all orders that are en. ":tJJE ."spnS unnR 'J :jort otn- i A"I.t't 1tSO 8'barter any dowaitdif phalli Bone P "'-- t..a.r.r1iW.; 4
&., > diatribntioD rtoe'tsseu of aiid estate Vim. lie warrants all suit garment. 1ed Ute above Honso,.Wiog it sp in the i :11.1 "Jie Estate of Uartht Jl lait .of ColombU Grid Mms:' .1 -Pvepetm4agd.ges. a
creditorslhr according to tbe. and made in a* neat a styli sa at any ,Are roepetfed present momwllht&
._ _. the DOrtoomfortabloiitylo, sad wilt every ex. Csjsdogt ef Jrwi'orBrasarBenofayal tawbpem4
---- United Slate
n. -
lath* ; S lb.'trm. prescribed bylaw. or this a*
nude and
''L_ M. FOLS031, in inch caw Given under 07 provided.band, at the repairing sad.cleaning will M close a& finale pl 1. their 'tie.Win be plead 1* bat tt.sd' al.tlHlee indebted to IIstbIsemttoS'S5W7aS455515e soequr.d f: tiaboctto eaie. i S S

Dealer Furniture of aS ItWi,. office"l>uval connly,tad ,! aotieo. ,Oct 22 'b3.-yj S patronage.1 P-r43u1a.r'Att t1 .pa1It.A'COY : .11I&Ute are required t.cemehward. 1. t .aid- make- ; '. .
Turtos .Melodooas.. Pa*. CARD. -.5- ? Cor' te..\. 1
[SCAI.I .\of paid Court, "tbi .Ibe: ADA IIARTJONES.4iet5 pai .. .5 I
Blind late kaprored Mirth d< October, JD'tb <*ed elide Stock of Corner Ocoaa en&M.siee'Mre't&. : ,. -lOlI.1IIe&efttc'P" .. .
y. baring Admtalatratrii
dp S S : : S '
: _
: 'MOONZ'. fEr13sewS
"PI",' gtovt and UsttrasMSV- 011. t6rd D 'tb u Dd tibt. to CoL lL cs.wouldrei. -e.NoTtfl.485J! ) :.V if' ; GQ .

SAMM18' BLOCK. and Jfty-thre, In to the many kind friends. whom be /Good Stabling for norsey i .. -- i,; 5' "A"'MAtratrix.'SL2befritheVonrttoues'dai. -_ ltr.. :; rJ''eiD. 'ft1 'I
& aeboarll1e..l1
; bis ra.fbf their liberal '
d4stom ln :
FELIX LtytNOsto.- among CAc1ri1o1YE: *, fleUFoKM.LOP33S7lNIEZD -
: .. L ,' : S to hit I ; :
i i. S. 'Jadrt of Probatet of DuvaJ s and&bet would 0&kKrssio add that Bna tt.X9s togetber purpose : f UBSCRIBER'f1"blD r cently openedJL i W' the tow*of Jinirator: CoraViaoosmrf.) .. '"< .J"' '',.' : '1. atoj. ,

OFFICES TO nENT. Oct 2!. ':' g mebL'4'4. ER. S ,tbe abori Jlwrw, .woald .rwpectfnlly sofieft !'on tbe Tint MowHy'ofMovemberstrt apeesbi.to'A J': } ovse.sltemlesLrm.plensonL-pertlo* ofB

'Ts aaitabl*oahoeriborviU for ofleos ia "several'. RawvJ. room'. S- Notice of..D1oIutfOn55rnir a .oa' io."itJu.. Steam Saw thaosome the, Moago'cl Ire JO }the z.ronoeetllSd.:.peblie,- Tbert ia.several.at-.ttSa i i g-Jrsoid_ drdeseItbeJloOrabiIidg'OftbS CTwsty..the f II1 wing tracts freb&Iei ef land Iks&ew ,' ',Th* -Walla)arc*T fca d>aWiaL..r ..

1f.J FINEGA5.. '.opartairublp .& I i teaons. "ba ,Ware1 ftu the same".with: fire..pt'ne; : nonaohwjth a ,, ,ryi&and boW in saldCoasty,to wftf tb >tof ia tiawod.Tier* t.vaaaii lAadofainf .
I the name s.d styliSt untu- I wO receive aad forward Gowl*and pot- One hundred sad My y .sfth i PcetOtBe* and,I'' 'Th1flf8ILaed2IEtOfSW10t81iilenIand > ) ,tftat.01 "aoM mitt tt* .,It denrWQoara -
.1 Jut Received dj'iolvM :,..aI eoDII8L tM.ae.. .. ,- \ whams., TVe.fcndenrgnod isagoni fotpeaScotrt I i tts 5 W1 ol S W1 tof Feelo$2Z ZeonIsIaIng IsTowbtnNoL.N.fEaageNe.1T -.IfeI..= YO.'.'JIIS."..

QT JOSEPH T. BEKNAHDEZ. Draper sad a oss of UM 1m 1I..tnate4 tit ParD)& ,1 )! 1jr5 fever hone'_n and wCl1on.e'back mail-lines of land W the ApCf ASSx_' rr.-A1f.
-I OeaIa5aettl-weekryTor fmrtber i haWred as4 sixty acres i s a* '
,O I Taa r, .,.'lot of M.aiMtMaie.d Iar & I| : *.Oct l -tf'BOARDING.: 't hleartogBw Gw JackseariB of'Martia JWr.lato or jsaid Coaarf*e- r"'D' J netvi.tt&. .
French .3 8 S .spill 5$the office*.*! the l property faGr.M .Dl b.t.hs-a 5..r.
r.delotba.blaekbluiadgrsea; = made known W* tbeday of "l-
: :: Med.Trm Pale
LVC J8' ; ; aMsysLblICeS. -
CassiB. of taocyj Od2t I85L ., ri" S 'JEILASKE .. I .. '' -AD..A'KAnT'JOHMi +
Wek"N esUnsa wIn U.1.5114 made.to sty order!.., of m different short settee patterns and, "n' ,}IOn. [, of iLBEnOiSBbordiaT Adams: and Laura: streets; Ia now. ,";.,.. ',,' : ft10,18.12.I.:..': .;1':'AflI.Air.tiyd tT..t.'A'mt mskiL.'! rAiI ;i .

'ta a manner sasnrpassed. -. Oet?,. : 'J' 'BA.Jr.1W.Wb'a cp 1; ptiotr!r.Mard.:.Th M'lo .i iI. :: -_ T. A CA.BD.- : 1'JLSBg32S8SSB5SK '; ; $rMarj a..ysaf of tie t
.lackMnTtUe oem '' B18110 be .'& ('!.st .nt'tad : ?MISS* A5DRE0 Lf..1 Jill't.' 5''tew*for a red;ewas w.k ageed

,Iload.4c Alligator' Pl3tnk : . liou for'7tale.. / .' ..* rert'u. bonexTb /lkonj, "'.. Tl.iu. coarineaad vfoinhy that thai* new- ready i; 't.bere .rf I.ib "1MtrP ..ssIesemq-isteLldIa.aIsg.emWlTniagIsB,nedevof S
'fk1aeahatrstieu ,
I semI, .t Iccfttiont In the ad VoeatMasi at ; .r' S S
eoTatlDlag on to leech IteM *
HOUSE .1f.t1.Ih and-prepw
NOTICB Isbeygftes U a1I'.beerfbert who A br'Ml* '14. : bating beeiuteeent.: MTboatflW.louse. 'On the ..teivatba, Nortoa&e .ZMI1..ter...ofar4 fcf.aaJa at a'i S
aot Ueir eoorpleted,Is offered< iad pleasant; th* boa**formerly belonglH'JW: ,
paid ftnt lasts!_.; ; J .t- ( LOUIS \ltTO W.prift..ltOf particular *sjejdr at taste Oc
r- : 1 1I u
aDd Ii otkl
Mib isriD UiisBSMdiatsly iatiltaiod agates* thosaQEO.Tf Is a JII.,..eflhts toVn4 a islao,in oomplcte ordtr.uly ;: \ 5JJ55hflOft5ZO5Wtfl; M gtyesp4' "* 'Od'b I -: ..1 j 'ang0-tt .- .. .2.
Ir1beuia... > : : ."'rer.' ,parUc.d'l 3.0. f't. '30, 1833. 1m. atlpL'1acbolnil ,Oet ; ; I S S S a
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I. -. _. WORM SYRUP.
ill y SA'I'mm'y l''f 'Tl Desglass: : cWoAKiATCHMAKERS, An article founded npottScitntiflo Principles

"..riJ Bmi atr .. JLTTOBSBrvAlI$ >,POJJ SELLOR AT LAW vi JEWELER' compounded with purely Vegetable subetsnces,

GIOR _C. .fPWERS''& 1QJb' -.Aa6- Jacksonville, FltrUaC .' being perfectly safe when taken,and haa sever
& SOHCITO& IN C&AKCERK Kizps-eonstant.11ol AP'OTHEOARY HALL. been known to fait in caring the moat obstinate

't 7I *** *,In advance p 20 Jaeksotrffla/ri*. :. 1y aIi1i1. hand a fine .assortment I AID ease.' Worms can never exist when this remedy
dleU. WIIlgtll an4rrearagei are Watch, Jewelry and Fate 7 TEA DEPOSITORY.AV. U one used, from the fact that it not only
G.edavbleh he offers for sale cheap for easa.Watchet ., 7N"jj'wli.g. destroye them bat remote all the slime and
of the Pa\Usb n. McQueen: Mclntosh T-Pr.
paid calm at tl* ptioq Repaired and Warranted.S. mucus which may remain.
07 ADTnnnxu witt.b* Inserto*on the A T2OJLRE-T4. LAW: ; ,< Where U kept constantly on bsJo3 aDd ,
.. a: avglS 'lacboAYW",11a. ',, ,tf, well selected assortment of THE TAPE WORM.
kn.iti ? & E. M. GILBERT. This ig the most difficult one to destroy
f' i 1
DolW of twelve 0ie$ and DRA- '
:9M per square MANUFACTURERS
of all that inhabit the human bod U
At tesertioa..aai? reach. anbee, Hopkins & ,Braharn, i LERS in all descriptions of CARRIAQESatNo.'s33and .- and just received by tale arrivals, warranted fresh to an almost Indefinite length,and,becoming grows so :CHiRRY 'EXPECTORANT
ATTORNEYS AT 'L..t IV, ; "Wast.WOZTN.STIIZT. '* and genuine. AlsoPerfumeryCombsBrashe3,8oapsLamps
Usertioa. T yearly adverUsets _UWr coiled and fastened IB the Intestines and Is
faent stom eonfidently ..n4 4
"* FnT17ILL rtco toIavalUsj'astxscarAssEit
OnricK "uutF,
AT '
,, No. T fl'IJ-STaJtT, ,
.ac tWsft ..IIG"r" ,and a.lauto'prodaelit' & FifaV Dent* .fre
: by aD1kDowapoparatl.tortl.
e.. the zsterLc1rcuiL.Dssne1eI v &c
pracUee ia Barning-Floid
sysziislm4bt1flnhW trI.toiepstt&osskb : Vbarleaton,8C. which is the cause of many going to th*grave, core of COUGH nOAR&ENESS and
4fl < entrusted to their care win promptly attended extensive one aad ,porchawrsare ether
"reFIrfac..w. Our stock is aa which will bo soldlow'toecab.
:.1I1 y not that these have their '
srecsluads&, to. Fek 21.'U.-t. rospectfullr requested to call on us, as WI:can Ceaatrr orders UcltH and aaactaatfy attended t torar believing oomptaiaU forms of, COMMOS COLM; BRONCHITIs
torma the reqaiatto may bo aaeertkuel offer great inducements In style and price*-and cuxs'zaPCtlnlos..1'V1'cr wrrv CAS.E origin: from Tap Wins; consequently they ASTHMA, CROUP CONSUMPTION 1D a.

atrdtrfuuta 1tt.ec1;with tieVireTHsementC3T t B. M. Pearson.ATTORNEY j' .: any articles bought oar establishment are .war. __ .AID DhPATCt.SODA.WATERANDSThUPS- do not use the proper medicine for their disease. Early State, and for the REU .F of the Patient

AdvwtisemenUmol*marked ritiUausdentP i aum AT LAW, ranted ia every.respect., mar,5-ly .. .- 1'0 tlaoa. who are afflicted with this aw. even ia advanced Stages of I hat Fatal
Jacksonville Ha. : tel foe to health, I recommend the use of my Duets. .
;, .
rquired'wm.be : '
bei eMasertioBa' Will practice ia the Eastern and Souther"Circuits, LEONARD' CHAPIN. of my own manufacture, in their highest state of Worm fyrtp,.iui Lietr Ptllt; The Syrup to betaken It eombints,t In a scientific mannt ,terardits

vronajrwra 1iarpitbt- all the Supreme Court of the State, and in the U 8 Kanutactarer and Dealer In all perfection,in their season,to be bad at the counter In doses oftwo tablu pocIn(uls three timesa of long esteeeied value with 'others of mere
(o.z fivo Poflarl:wBl } charged for aa Dirtrict Court for the Northern District of Florida. ::. kinks CARRIAGES AND HARNESS day then take from five to eight of my Liver recent diseoveiy,and besides its ttetfag and.f

Bouaeemaets'oieaadldatas for offieo.; la advance..Oaesqoaraforsixmoaths r.bruary,1812 tf N., .J24 MeetUgJWrftt TEAS. Pills] to dislodge and pass the worm. By strijtly qualities,acts through the skin gently!

; ': : lID 00 next door North of Partition Hotel anti*3 WinwoaraSTacKT Agent for the N. Y. Pekin Tea Comp y. following these directions,the most obstinate and with great em1lHT. for'the cure of this

TjetUore4h rBajuesCardperan.; 1000 Felix Livingston, Charleston 8. C. and of kirty-fntr cases of Tape worm can be speedily cared. class of diseases.DIAHHHO.. '
stock of Coaches Rockaways Bnggees, TEA of direct importation,
Debtor aad Creditors, : TOOAppUoatioa ATTORNEY JITJACKSONVILLE -14W 1 in ROUND on STOMACH 'VOR I. -
U ottec to and Sulkies constantly on hand.. Prices low; varieties from J to Ib. a package.
tot teWn of Administration; "(00Ai FLA. terms accomodating. mar 5-ly All warranted and at extremely low prices.OARDENJNDFLOWER This worm is usually found in the small intestines 'STABLER'S

jUeatioBfordismlssalasAdinlnWator, 10 00 April 26.- tfP. SEEDS, and is the worm most common toe&il- .. CORDIAL
win he charpi. CARRIAGE AND HARNESS dren. et itH not entirely confined to them'*
Editorial Botlob fo|prtvitf.benefit PLANTS. I pleasant Mixture,'compounded Ia

doablo the rates of advwtMng.OT ..Clay Barrett, REPOSITORY By COUNTRY DEALERS supplied. BT OKDEK. adults have frequently been known to suffer, meat with the roles of Pharmacy, of agrre.
Inserted gratal- At the Walt IInr,'.th Wnt-Cararr t T.)'MILLAN. with them. The S nptQmt most prominent therapeutic
AO religions fltlOeSU1 ,ROTARY: PUB L 1 C. MEETING AND WESTWORTU STS., ixa.aerommHtedimkeath.l-ly while affected with this wonnare hardneuand agents, long known and celebrated for

Lets!;. .' Commit titter for tetig Ack9KMgment of Charleston 8. C. mar fullness of the belly, slimy stools looseness of their peculiar efficacy in Caring DlARRffCEE

AH &&aN1PenOfl! communications' !. '; will' be Deeds- .; end ether lutntmetut of Writing of every dcwriptien at tbo' lowest POINSETT'S' INDIAN LOXECUST. the bowel*,picking at the DOSt",a blueish streak and similar affection .t the system, Ia ill
advertisements."qsrr'ADJbms .'. to be wed M tht Slatet of CARRIAGES sold action, it ALLAYS KACSKA and piodaeea a
ehsjrged as on hand, and alt article except under the eyes, &e. If yon, or any of your heal*
: to(|J.b Printing must b.tb.dslLT.r7sfthSWQrkl .paid oa NEW. YORK ,AND PENNSYLVANIA. I such as eat be warranted in the fullest term, TUB MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE REMEDY children have any of the above symptoms, 110- thy condition of the LIVER, thus removing

) -' JACKSONVILLE, oct23 tr .by sept 5-6m M. II. NATHAN. FOR THE CURE OF BENSACK'S \MpRM SfRUP can safely be depended the cans at the same time thai ia cares lIur
tI7 AD tetten oa bashiess and oommonkatlons JOSEPH WHILDEN Chronic Diarrhoea a Dysentery' ,npon-by using it you have a certain,
:Fraser safe,and speedy cure and if after using according .
arast o yott aiitiecetmsttent1on.. I Philip DEAI4.RS IX Which hit net ben presorted to lit,public. It to the directions; the patient U not restored The valuable: Medicines above named hsvv

*?." JtOilTTflM : TTORXEY&CO UNSELLOR AT LAW, PAINT, OILS, GLASS stands vpo* its onn merits,and need t no puffing.CC7 to health,and the worms thoroughly' era- recently been introduced, with.the approvalof

.? Fflausee1fls. JACKSONVILLE FLA., .olI.c.DEIItIP IT HAS NOT FAILED TO CURE IN A dicated from the systemyou can rest assured Dumber of the J'KDIOAI. PEOVESSIO.Jff
.'-- j.Jo rtBxAii Fla. WILL attend to any professional bnslnes : EIllnIDILm1&, SINGLE INSTANCE. SQ there is no remedy beyond the grave, as for the City of Baltimore and elsewhere, and fa

K Q< RiAaaon, Esq.:, Ocala, to him in the Courts of th X*.601 EAST BAY,OPpOSITE P.and).BA>K, lS Valuable preparation is compounded fail, there is no such word as fail with those practice have succeeded most admirably ia

Jots DAiuiia, Eaq Tampt Fla. E astern Circuit and the Supreme Courts a CHARLtSTO.NjS.C. T from several medicinal roots growing in who use my Wore Syrup.ASCAIin curing thediseases for which they are prei.cribrd. .

Gin:S. RcmtL Newnansville, Fla. Tallahassee lie has also such anad antageous the Wilds of Florida. It is rr KELT and WHOLLY >ESOR SMALL THREAD They are offered bibs Country Pr > .
connection with an able Lawyer at Wash sale general titioner, as medicines which he can ia
J.J. fefnoHT Alligator, Fla. lie keep constantly for a Vegetable, and designed PECIALLT for the all tea.
Capt. ngton City,as will ensure a prompt and spec aMortmentof cure of the above disease. The Inventor and WORMS. peers depend upon as prepared in agreeutnt
"_rl.iaiT,"EsqGarey's Ferry, Fla.i y collection of such claims as may be placed PAINTS A OILS of,11 kinds. WINDOW GLASS Proprietor is fully convinced that it is an Invaluable These worms to which the human system is with the experience of rome of themost IwrneJ

,p vI&REiql i Augustine,Fla.Jndge n his hands against the United States. AND SAf5HESSPTS.TURPENTINE.CAM. Medicine. In fact the test that he liable, are the most troublesome oran others. and judicious Pyhysicians, and strictly eoaformity -

!. A,STKKLI, Cedar Keys,Fla.S Sept.8th,1849 ly PIIENE.GRISDSTOXDS SPIRIT OAS,CORDAGE, TALLOW, has given it in the town in which he resides, T.ey.re generally to be fomnd in the rectum, with the rules of Pharmacy, and a*
I and allowed to remain, from the irritation especially serving his convenience
Pilatka Fla. Foot Gin Fixture and the astonishing sueetst with which it has who can
JuNsIrEsq1 Chain Cotton
$ Pumps, they produce l in the foundation for .eriout readily tho City
Fla.' MARRIAGE met, warrants him in saying that it is a POSI- y not so Physician hate bit
JACKSOB. FEES, Esq., Fleraington, Glue, Packing Yarn, and -Bruxhrs TIVE CURE. He has therefore come to the disorders, such as inflamation of the bowels, own prescriptions compounded by a practical

C.P. COOFKE Esqn Bavaanar- Ga.. HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE. of variant kinds. determination to place it within the reach of and other derangements the stomach. The Pharmaceutist. -

'. -' I march 12-ly._ all, knowing how many suffer with this very best and safest medicine that can be used is See the descriptive Pamphlets to be had
"Ebr1irw wnirisiTf unpleasant and often dangerous Diseasepsr- IIOBENSACK'S WORM SYRUP. Such is the gratis of all who have the Medicines for sale
1i'uCCm.: FRASER THOMPSON in the astonishing power of my medicine over Atca- containing recommendations frcm Doctors*
n mm lIiS ticularly Southern and Western States.
.i1 B, female ia lbs mano'iaa; of lib
That scares
/' _ # broke"ia"l aptnu with a complication of ducunad FA R.9 In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be sadie, tlat I defy any one to produce a case MAatTc, DAITZKLL ADAISOX, P"Y.E HAHVT
ailoMat*.apnTrag Unai eftVn power for the ajoyneat* particular and look for written where my Worm Syrup and Liver Pills are recommended Loa. &c.Dot. '
ZfATUie received from New York a supply of of sad lift happy at M sgf wbca ofmiao physical,anaut hnkh.boa acoadmoa baeyiMr o of health.Ma pint*.. AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS the labeL my signatureon to be used they will not cure. All S.B. MAETIS, says nido not hesitate

Type and other Materials suitable for Job Printing .h..a b.= Adger's North Wharf, KGBERT POINSETTP. that is necessary is to use the Syrup in accordance to recommend your Diarrhea Cl/diduJI..4..
: >r cubs auttt of her nfferinci at Rn -perhap* raarakefora
IN-art BOW prepared execute. ,at the shortest no- perhaps J 'r. "tOc fean of nurnac* CnARLETOX, S. C. 8. Planters should not be without this with directions each bottle; and in dyne Cherry Erpectorett? &e.
wrS im their onii ,a 4 of coaiM case a gentle is in order
purgative required to Doer.JOUII AI .
e,an kinds of "*1''*'**' 1ED1C E. FKASER, I PAUL a. TROXrSOf valuable Mc.licine. Every family"ought to ISOI, tavIt gives mem nel
Ef AVTKR TEARS allay the ir itation they produce, the Liver to add to that
.wee., Circular, ._may 7-ly ktep it on hand. pleasure my testimony of others
fce ..& koowUdfa.w. lack A.M.KEED for Jackson Pillgby their sympathising action and healthy Infavorufihe extraordinary efficacy of
Law BUaks, HaM Bill, W>we lao law to hy oat principal Agent year
B..aala...'Bills hack mi noara aa4 rest th* fall c.._ of let MALONE & TAYLOR, ville. operation upon the bowels is the most pleasant Dtarrkaa Cordial" &0.; and vI the Eryci-

VUlUaf caBWe of lAalagjJeen "Wi we>U trt lOt ofte.i.to paatrM.ta eartf life,the Lumber Commission Merchants, Jacksonville. August 16, lSl. ly medicine that can be taken. r tnt',"I have no hesitttion in rfcemrnendierit

Abels fcen fee. kaowledn sights el aacmuh w. obtaia wa la a>iht after cot year bays! Aad boos what apue4 dtyi if aa4 the parLADELpJJr.a. HOBENSACK'S LIVER PILLS. as a most valuable medicine,"i-e.
M lis4t..paiJsa ... It NOTICE. Doct. R. A.PAT he has
rtAaliJlI!' 'QI owIHpw..ti17 nKCllA5CBOI.T UK,says aged the Dlarrhda
... .,. JaneU. AND STARTLING Ccry respectTully solicit consignments of Direction for using l'oinsett's Indian Loxe .No part of the system is more liable to disease Cordial in his practice "with the -
Southern Lumber and Shinylet, &'t'. cust will be found on the insideoftbowsapper than the Liver, it being supplied with numerous pint effect, and thinks it ote of the htp-

TIMES ,OF SITTING To behold the nebiM from an*ntreri.cn..a eoatrolUaW naay a aaailf wi(* Liberal advances made. Refer to on each: : bottle. Whete there is fever attend- blood vessels! and nerves, and if diseased and efficient combination most convenient
cau** ever offered
IN :1 KilU-*ot=:1f ry E. T. BROCK, PAfla., | E. T. RlcRAltDso'l.Phila.T. ing the disease, a purgative should in everY ,the blood of course flowing through all to our profession."

OF. THE. :DIFFERENT FLORIDA. COURTS WIFE AND MOTHER E. BrjBCJUi.Jmvtamp//, tile be used before the Loxecnst. Should parts of the body produces Liver C 1ftpltl c'I, Doct.L. D.HA DT, writes, CI have adn.inj

eb 12-ly there be a tendency to inflaraation moderately Javndife, Bilious Affection t, Dyipeytur,44c..
FonaaMl the fofomtM a huh*vol..*.(with ,purge tered your Anodyne Eipecttrgittjlu several)ea-
STAuCqUWr-EasIern. Circuit. fa the reach of all)which-0;to haiaelf WM. 31. LAWTON& CO. and give the Loxccust in smaller doses LIVER COMPLAINTIs aes of Bronchial affection,with tie mott"
'-,, aramo u... TEARS OF MISKUY FACTORS than the average dose. attended with chills, succeeded by fever se- result, and from a knowledge of its tdmvtllt

Orange and,St. Lone, lit Tuesday In April. of"In*. READ!!PHILADELPHIA MaD vets pains in the region of ihe Liver, vomiting, effect,I can with. the greatest confidence recommend .

Patnataj- :3d do do April. without..t'r aiTiac him tb* cpportaaitjr of aeqimnc that th* wife eoi-, A liDCommission AFFLICTED & Established 18 years 8", by bitter taste, yellow furred tongue, pulse full II/ &.

Sumter,L .23 Monday/ April. pauac which hi* narttoM. s.s aude4. and the poaMMMtif Merchants, Dr. KfiKELix: N. W. corner of Third and tnionatreett' and bounding the pain in the side is increased Doct.W. S. LOTE writes to us that ho baa

Marion, 4th do in April. which. woald aecar its bSPVSSSIOI himaelf wifeaa4hiUna. K.. 13 SOUTHERN WhARF, .between Spruce and Pine sts,Philadelphia. by pressure, should the left lobe be affected, administered th e Ezpect.ro,,: to his wife. wh.'
Alachna. 1st do in May. CHAULESTOt, S C EIGHTEEN years of extenrivo and nninterrnpt- the pain is generally in the left shoulder, witha has had the Bronchitis for/Mrre sad
Colombia, 3d do 'in May.Wednesdaybefore SECURE TOT KKASt O9 HA.PPIRBS Wm.){ Lawton I I Wm. M. Ta,10r. cd practice ppent in this city have rendered Dr.K. short dry cough, the skit b'comtxg efa ye!- that she is fast recovering from her long yettt stand
the knowlrdce,its want B. Wainright Bacon. | Joseph T. Dill the most expert and successful practitioner, far and
; tint
Nassau 4th Monday in May. By bccomiac la n- IDly and the stools colored. ing malady. It has in
appearance, clay few
I which han caa..4 sad pointy of thouaa march 12-!lyGKOUOE near in the treatment of all diseases of a private a weeks June her
Dnral tth Monday in May. I.view of each eoaaencea, so wife oraolber M UCI Persons afflicted with ulcers the ThisiliseasecanbeenredbytheuseofllOBENSACK'S more good thin all the rt'JIIl'diushe LIII heretofore -
Bt.Joani- ,2J" do in Jane. aabUth U to...OC:1.etfiact to aWl .heIf sianeur of uveh that bowled&--t 1anpset ABBOTT CO., body. throat or legs pains In tho head or upon bones LIVER PILL, as they act directly used under able medical council.SIXTXSII .

P AJ.1.TEUI.Otuaze axaaa "l.1iJ: ,tat Pro |.*,ntT above to all her pnee-healthfboaie No.97 East-Bay,opposite Boyee 4 Co's Wharf mercurial rheumatism etnctnrcs. gravel, dixeaso upon I he seat: of the disease,and then operatingupon of the best ArorvecAaits: and
and SLLucJe, 3 Irk Monday in Noteaber.Itn0f a .work eauilea :K.\.F.." I. bloop, whereby the constitution has become enfeebled vitiated w rite CoW e are satisfied thffrrjppsratfons known
Last TuesdaT before the 1st Mon > "- -' :rl1. SPIRIT GAS AND CAXPttEKE, lie who places hunelf under tho care orDr.K., aa St dl"" Atdyae CfeC *?recr tW' and&odler'

Stimtcr I. ;4th Monday ia Nor ember.Marlon Prirate Med eal with lamps of every description for the same. may religously confide in his honor a*. a gentleman The vjuptoms Dyspepsia, and its various Diantaa C rdiaf?&' medicines ef
1st MottJay la December. Companion.BY ALSO and confidently rely upon his skill as a phy. diseases are dizziness in the head heartburn, great value and very efficient for the relief antI

Alachna.,'2dM6ndayt in December!:! DR. A. :. NAtniClAtr, nglisb and American White Lcad.Paints sicial. Tatt parttntlar notirf. oppression after eating meal, sourness arising cure of the diseases for which they. mom
Monday in December; of kind Linseed Young mo who han injured thom1le1Yes by a from the stomach, &c,and sometimes general mended, they bear the evidence of skill and
lamba,3d and
v a.ra..a or stalalla or ...... every SpermOil certain practice indulged In-a habit frequently languor of Ihe whole in their
St.Johns lit Monday in'J iTembcr.Kissaa body; from this it will be care preparation and style of putting
Tuesday, before the 3d Monday of OM JSTnUrWa JUXtra: 15..,".250. Price 50(M Glass, Putty, &c. learned from evil eompanion. or at Chool; the er- seen that the disease owes its origin to a disorganized op,and we take pleasure in recommendlsg
much 12 eeLs orwhicb are nightly felt even when asleep and
$1 00.3) state of the Liver them.
rTsums. Stomach.
,NoTember.Dural (011 "a| FArta destroy both mind and body. hoad appll immediately. HOBENSACK'S -
3d Monday of Norember.STATX Tint p.bluh B I. '.a4 U.act E. "V. Hukcr.SHIP Weakness and constitutional debility.I08Ior LIVER PILLS is the very mediCine TWEITT-PEVEK of the most refpeetableMer-

UHFRIZ1XO OR IVOJIDKHFUL BROKER mmwnlar energy,and physical lassitude and general to affect a permanent ran d lasting cure, chants, residents of Maryland, Virginia sad
COUKT-JUiddkMadUoa EVERY PBHAI.EVUKTHJCR AND GENERAL COMMISSION prostration, irritability and all nervous affections tithe;act by changing the certain morbid actions North Carolina, who have sold and also used

_, 1.TER.o' \Csesiild.rts'r that MARBlED ROT,can hors MERCHANT, indmestion sluggishness of the liver and of the system into a healthy actionand, these medicines themselves, say, "From our
,34 )Monday April. eqmlr a fall k owldo or the nature, SAVANNAH OA. every disease in any way connected with the disorder rendering the Moo pore and healthy. own experience and that of our eritrmrrt, we

Jefferson,.3d di in ApriL with character the test various cav.M symptoms of her ,ccaplatajta and thaI, March! 20. lCj. 2. ly of restored.thc procreative functions cured and full vigor TO FEMALES. confidently recommend them Pro Bono Pa-

TTaknlU, Itt doia ApriL ncarljr Read! Youth and Manhood. A Vigorous Life Von will find these Pills an invaluable medicine blico. We have never known any remedies

Leon, 3J do' inMarchrGadsdea HALT A mUUlOH COPIES Boston & Gnnby, or a Premature Death.-This book just published in many complaints to which you are subject used for the diseases for which; they Ire prescribed

t lit do ioMareb.H .5oJSbsvsbsaSSQlL COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL is filled with useful information on the infirmaties It obstructions either total or partial, to be so efficient and to give inch entire
\, 1t. .do in April It ia .worr.(ally the vanau taVJecutmt CO.HJIISSIONlIERCH..4NT3 and diseases of the Generative Organs. It addresses they have been found of inestimable benefit in satisfaction to aILrThe
l r JILL TK& 4 of.a* they atnctly Mta4e4 for(sails th* itself alike to Youth,Manhood and Old ageand restoring and purifying the blood and other abqve iiotiers of recommendation from
Madlaoa 34 Monday NovembeiJeffstioa,24 aaarneA fIfr'c health and that-beaair meDO, CORNER BAT AND 1IFFE.II0of STREETS, should be red by al/ members the Medical
deeinw of enjaywc coneeqaeat opoa fluids so as to cure all complaints which Faculty Pharmsecn-
do la.No.emberrWakalU hearth which ao COBOMIT to her happweaa,asS thai SAVANNAH GA. The valuable advice and impressive warning it may of .
lists high standing and MenhsMta the
'. W her hMbaa4.bat either Ian er will obWtt-rc has or wiU gives will prevent years of misery and arise from female irregularities as beaduche, ,
lit do November:' bwbaa4 who haa the lov and dec Olt of bw wife atkoart HI BOSTON. I suffering ]
every ions H. GtTXBT.Nov. and save annually thousands of Lives. dil1&Dnsohight, pain in the side, back, &. first rl'spect.bi1itylhoald be sufficient ..-
erl pecaaiary
that *wa npnvtmai.TJPWAROB '
Leo1r3i? -. do in October. or 1. 1851. 8m Parents by reading it will learn how to prevent These Pills are the only safe and effectual remedy ify all, that these medicines are irsrf A jr tf trill

Gadsdea lit do ia.October.- OF. OWE COPIES HinrDOICD THOlAMD > the destruction of their children. to cure the following corn pi iinU:Gout,Ner- by the afflicted, and that they are of a different

Hamilton. 4th di: in NoTember: Have VMO BERT BT MAIL wuhm its last fw wmtbj FORT & DUNHAM: ***A remittance of 25 cents enclosed in a lettor vousnetis,Melancholy Sick Headache, Giddi- stamp and class from the "Quackery" and

1AT1 00 &tnMm6"tmtitoJ addrewcd to Dr. KINKELIN N.W.corner 0 nes, Rhenmatismdistressing DreamsDimness "Cure All/ so much imposed upon the public.
OAUTION TO TilE PUBLIC. AHID: Third and Union between
Spruce and Pine
For sale
in fact Druggist and
t'nn TnM Philadelphia, will ensure a book under ofsight.or any of the diseases that arise Apothecaries
Levy, 4th Monday March. 'BE NOT DEFRAUDED COMMISSION MERCHANTS.! per return of maiL envelope, from affections of the Liver, impurity of the Country Store-keepers general

Hernando, lit Monday la'ApriL Buy no book nnleoj "* A. M. Usvrloesii Its SAVAITVAH, GEORGIA. Persons at a distance may address Dr. K. by letter Blood, or constipation of the Bowels. E.II. STABLER & CO.
April! 'Lil.ruy hlrcet,N.Y." i*on th* tttl PCM,and the sours WHOLESALE PKVGGISTS.
(postpaid) and be cured at home. MEDICAL
Hillsboroagh Monday EVIDENCE.We .
in the Clerk Offlee rm th* back at tho dtlo pag ; anal T. K. DUNHAM.
Mnnroe. ;,1st, dot: in May.TAXI. y only of regnoeUbte and booorabl dealer,or send October 30th. 1852tf. Packages of )Medicines Directions Ac.forward. ttienndenigined physiciAne,hning hid 120 Pratt Street,Baltimore.
Ta.. hy mall, and address K> Dr. A.M. Maorioean, u there ed by sending a remittanc, and put up secure from the receipt of their manufacture Sold in Jacksonville*by

Levy, 2d Monday U October. .ire riflitI.KT, apurioua and anrraptiUuo InfMnremeDU of oopr- J. HOLMES. damage.HooK-seiiers or.curi Hews!t,. Agents_ _Tcdlers h Canvasses_ U!for inspection, say, that the ingrediants submitted of to mar .3m JOHN M. PATNE.

HamaBdo,;34 )..,fa October.HilUborongb EVERY WIPE AND hUSBAND j General Commission Merchant. and all others supplied with the above work at very mien ins; are composed makes them the best "MAN KNOW THYSELF."
1W Monday Korember.Maan POSDERItw low rates Pill l in use for all diseases of the Liver Impur
do in December. 100 WALL STREET, NEW YOBA. 26- An invaluable book for 25 cents. "Every family
lit feb !; ities of the Blood &e
> for when
rxrnM Igmwranro neranc.'e should have copy. 6000 copies sold In fen thaa
STATE COCET-Tfettern'Circuit.SFBIIIO Misery as thais we hold near and dear, Will pay particular attention to sale of Yellow 0 GEORGE WOOD, M. D. three months. A new edition revised and
Pine Lumber Live Oak. and other FOR SALE irnpra-
and wlton to dalpel our IfMoranoc Is withIN Southern Tim F. CROWLEYM.
TCKM. CUT '._. ber and produce, and to order for purehll.inl'IlerehandiA. A TRACT of LandOD the D. trnTTt1 issued. -
Franklin, 2d Monday. ApriL .. tf dec 11 ttR* L. IIOWEN, 1\I.D. DOCTOR EDICAL MANUAL
ealll.. 'da" d. InApriUJexksoa To enable e'f'err on* to deM vpnn thi MUpt jlfarys River, in Florida twelve miles -Purchase none but those having the sig Book for the Afflicted. Contain
at.do. la May. <*c tUf. mother'Iv ac d of renaia powetalnx alaforned a eopy and trpoa that the no mioy wife I S. H. ROCKENBAUGH ...L. above the'town of St. Jt7arys.0a* containing nature "J. N. IlOBENSACK"asall others arc. ing aa outline of the Origin. Progress Treatment

3d do'1D May. mu. whkh BOOTH or later, are deMined to make | seven hundred acres and which worthless imitations. and cure of every form of diseaee "contracted by
Washington, fearful ravage Bpoo her health, nnkea guarded aialnMsod GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, has not been under cultivation for the last twenty Promiscuous Sexual Intercourse by Serf-abase or
Holmes Tuesday after 3d Monday in May. thai no considerate and affocflooau husband hero j 112 Pearl St.,Ntte York. years. Rice Cotton,Corn,Ac.,has been produced Agent wishing new supplies, and all others by Sexual Excess with advice for their prevention
Walton, 4th Monday in May. ran** to upbraId himself with BrgUet of the welfare there successfully. wishing (o become agents, must address the I written in a familiar style avoiding ail medical
Santa Bosa, lit Monday.. Jane.Iscambla fif big wif*-.a pampolet of thirty-*]* pace, eootajalnjtfU \ CAREFUL attention will be given. to sales o There I is a largo portion of high and low swamp, ProprietorJ. N.IIODE SACK. at his Labor- technicalities, and everything that would offend
in June. TVUpag and Jndtm / ConUutt, i Rice. rlagar, Lumber, Timber and for Cotton and Rice which could be drained. atory, No. 120 North SECOND
,24, do rxtracu from lbs bonk will bo Soot/rn fi.M'fIe to i other Southern Produce. Also Merchandise easily Street, above the ear of decency from the result of some twea-
--j- PALL Tilt.FrankIIa any part of the United Btatea. by aiWreaalnjc,pott-paid. chased most pur. Also considerable high rush land as well as some Race PHILADELPHIA- ty years successful practice' exclusively devoted
where! on advantageous terms. Juno 19-ly very fineTimber,which has never been cut through. Sold all to the of diseases
lit Monday ia December. by Druggists and Merchants In the cure of. a delicate or private nature.
Calhona, Thursday after 4th Monday ia NOT. When Knowledge I* Happlne, 'tl. rot*' JOSEPH citicr:, The place would be valuable to any one having United Slate may 14-I; .
.. a fifteen or more working hands. To which I Is added. for the of the
Jieksoa.'ad Monday Norraber. I/ pabl ta hi ignorant.tV GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT recipts cure
Washington Tuesday after lit Monday in Oa I receipt of One Dollar (for ibm Ine Edt 35 WATER ST.,NE W.YORK. at For particulars Win.apply to Farq. Brthune Esq., Savannah Medical College. above diseases and a treaties on the causes symp
Jacksonville n. Clarke
at St!
Hon. extra Mndlnr$ ) "THE MABRIED WOMAN'SPEIVATN sr, !. toms and cure of the Fever and Ague,for tweaty..
November. MEDICAL COMPANION" sent inuMtd STRICT and prompt attention given ,to the sale 0. or to the undersigned at Fcrnandina Amelia SESSION 185351.THE ire cents a copy fix copies dollar will ke
Ho1. DtL0o47 isWslen41h ..- e. ftwoiwrme Ualtea Malro. All letter* nraet .rti laa.f nrodneo eatnutad.to hU 6aro i Island! ,Fla. (!p17-m) GEO. 8ETON. COURSE OF LECTURES in this in utu- forwarded by part of the one United States kvmail
be and A. M. and all orden promptly with. -
dodo la October.ia poavpald, addrvened to Dr. MAURICKAU. eomplied will commence on the First
I Box ISM, New York Ory. r' bbthinjr Offlee. April U. 1832. tI Ten Thousand Acres of Land November and eontina.'our Monday of free of portage. Address postage paid
R do. S. N. Williams"COMMISSION Including a Valuable Plantation with AKKOLD. M D, Frot Institutes and Prac "This '
Bseamba,3d in October. New York efty.; by Stringy 4 Townscndl Ad.lrianco tice of Medieina. is. without exception the most eomprehrnrivo -

lUll .4'cr. COUnT. Sherman A Co, Dowitt A Davenport MERCHANT, Extensive Improvements, J O now AaD, M I), Frof. Anatomy. of diseases and which intelhble it work treat published on the technical class
Barnes A Co.,Offlee 129 Llbertyltreet near Green JACKSONVILLE 7u Well known flu residence W G voiding an
Xirtker*District. T7-fim' at of the lat BOLLOCO.MD, Prof.Principles and Practice terms, it addresses itself to the reason ef its
'7lla1isseet Monday in.January. wlcn. _tn KEEP.S constantly on hand and for sale a gen. COL. J. H. MCINTOSH, of Surgery. readers. It b free from all objectionable matter.

.'Apalttbieou, lit d., ia Febnujy.. PROFESSOR, ALEX. C. BARRY'STRICOl'IIEKOUS I era! assortment of Oly Fifteen Mil* from JmlitmnlU, dlrtetl* P U KOLLOCE, M D;Prof. Obstetrics and Diseases and no parent however fastIdious,caa objoet'to

PeasaeoU lit do In March.It JRbqERIESAND PROVISIONS, upon tht S.. Jokni River. C W of Women and Children. placing it in the hands ef his sons. The author<

Aupisilne,-1st "4o 'in ApriL8n&bern ,- MEDICATED) COMPOUND "- '. OrTBE BEST SCLECTIOtS, TilE SUBSCRIBER has' beeu appointed E L M WEST.KTif M, M D.D.Prof Pro Medical Chemistry. various has devoted many.years to the treatment 'of the>
Physiology. treated aad 'with
complaints oC too UtUe'breath
Dot net. .. FOR beantifytng', Curling.Presernnr,Restoring and wiHsell them lower for auk than they can be for Administrators and will JI D BYSD,M D, PtOLMiberiaMedjcaandTh. to puff and 'too little presumption to IBS-
dmtra1I .rt alu atKeyTeit t always 'the Hair, Relicrlng Di bought elsewhere In the Pouth. show the to I '
.. Strengthening premises any one wishing to pur pentks.J I pone be has offered to the world at the- arertlvaominal
*_ imsIsaTugI'OCEET :_ aaes of tba akin, curing rheumatic point, and Country produce taken ta exchange, liberal chase. B RE4 D.M D, Prof.Pathological Anatomy and price of 25eeat the fruits of some 20'
healing external womnds. Donnded by no geo. of prices.STOXK Also,Equipments.of a Sugar House, embracing Demonstrator Anatomy; '. ,. years most sneeesBfat.."-- /T./*.
.. ,. fr Vector Tonraelf., gnphieal [loss, repntatioa J1arrr Tricoph- corner Union and Forsy streets for the necessary apparatus 'connected FEES For the full course S lOst NairirrtlatHm i "No teacher or parent should bo; without taV
: JBSCULAPIU8: aNn Irons perrades the Union. _The sales of the arU merly owned and occupied by Mr. faa An.trolll- with Makin Ttfift, f 5; Demonstrator Anatomy. 910 GraJualtoM I knowledge imp tried ia this l.vaIaableevk. 'It
at.Jl\l PwaPbyslei-Tb :fortieth,.UU.D el.o/ late yean ban Increased ta a ratio thai almost > -_Jacksonville Oct.25,1s51.. 1- Also Sugar ,of Machines $30. Requisites for Gradnarionthe same would save years ef paia.mortiteatron-sotZOWr
a quantity and Tools
wIts enS ,kaadnd:eapTM S*."ahewtes dinasosJTMB czaaeds ballet. Professor Barry, after a used as in other Medical Colleges. to the youth aader their eharge.JVpgls'Ma
JOSEPH V tn and
aulforenttoM of the hanaa.nk-1 earefo examination'of bis&. book finds that HERNANDEZ, rtislng preparing Cotton with "Iron C.W.TTEST.M.D, A Presbyterian clergyman ia Ohio la writing of!
sMenavT added treatise Ute number of hatLEss doHrerad to order Ia qaaa- 1tAPmLAi TAXL911 Oeered Horse Power in complete order. ___aayU-6a' Dean of tho Faculty.DR. Hanter's Medical Manaal saysr "Thousands ape Bit
'vSaSsesses of le ales.bet i of the.blgheai iapor- ties of from half a gross apwtrd during' th*year lackMaYWfI, bat Ilsrlda.OSEPIIVlTER1cAitIres The Land will be"parcelled to suit purchaaers. thousands ofenryoutb.by evil example aaduia-
ISM*to aaarrW people. or th.ost.mg 1852 was withia a trifle of JiO.OOO. JOSIAH ASHUHST influence of the passions, Lave been led into the..
msrrfCe-blW3I Tow*.JI' D. Let no father It 1 U anaeeessary to present at length the. ..1.I thanks lob!. Term*liberal. J.JJ.JOHNSON, :TT71LL. keep ,MEDICINES on hand for the habit ef self-pollution 'w hoat realizing th*>lie
b .ti pruests .owoftbs.caJapl1ll I dences of lbs woaderfiti properties of the Trioopa friends aad the public generally,for the liberal ,Agent,' Admiutwttt. br V cure and fearful consequences upon themselves aad theirr
t to Us PIlL It may aare him from aa early(rare. Toss when the public bar taraUsed ooh an en.dorsementastUtv. patronage he has received and hopes by strict at. -Jechaonitle..Ang. Consumption Bronchitis Asthma Piles posterity Tb. confutations thousands who.
13,1853 tf ,
Th* ehaapnoss of the ariiel tenrkmto bnajaess,.to merit *
a continuance families
Let ae yotatmia OMTDBSA inter iato,the secret; of the are raiatna hare been enfeebled. if tot
.Ulfattoas of marrUdJifo withovt readiac the JEVlaplas. + sadibs tuat.l01ll: gives fits chemical action same, Having jost received a ftae atwortment of BookAenti Old Ulcers,.Dropsy, Dyspepsia, &c.' broken down and they do not knew the cause or-
\ :: Let no one sufferIng from sThsekBledMcV upon lbs hair,Lbs scalp and Jn all oases of super roods, eonairting of blue and black CLOTH 1,000 Wanted.To All Irregularities,obstructions and exeessee ia females the cure. Any thing that eaa h doneva*to ea*
.. pala to tte'sM*.. restlee night, 'nerroosMelTags I ficial Irritation, first recommended it to tho attentioa 5&JJU. ? and colored CAS1IMERS 'Sell Pictorial and Uteful Work fir ,will be regulated removed or suppressed.Afe lighten aad inflacnee the public saiadas to cheek,,
: ad the wW* trsla ef Drspeptte.seaMtUw of the peopJ.. This was all*st the inventor T and DRILL8 the 'l ta. VESTNGS of Year 1854,- *oa hand,his vaiaableF and ultimately to remove this widespread soarea.
,.rlrea np by their physleUa be aaotber desired. Ererr'bott> .adye iM4ltfttt ;Th. *ffeets different--itorni..TRJMINtlS.. &e. Ac., direct .StlLT: M.EDICINES.Among human wretchedness, would confer the greatest
,of lh* fluid exeoaded expeeUtton. It aeted from tho North,ba-li prepared to execute all $1OOOpou.&naAyntL t
'.awsMat wttlwrt eoasnlttag JRtetl&itu. liars work them nay ho found Compound Tonic PIE,. blessing next to the reJJfnon of Jesos Christ oa ta*
UMMRteoV.or thoat .ahoattoU vnrrieoV any lik*s.. Taeladles weald not be withoattt entrusted to,his care with despatch and In a work. W'ANTEDi"tIWJ'f'.ntt t U.t. Antifebrile Pills Dropsy Medicines Pile! Ointment present and eoaitng1 gMierationa. loUmperaMe.
fappe wak read tWtr lT aaeM beak u it saw. Country dealers ia every seetioa of tho .U Statos manlike manner. He Invites all to give him a eall. .aeUo aDd tQMrpriaing 11MB toftPICI t. Disease unnecessary to name will be eared in a (or the,nso of intoxfcatiag driaka, though SI has
fried they mast bar Itisnd thus was built tea Newnaa street, second ,door from Dr. '. tire ss'e ofuonte of the best Boob ptlbUtb.1 in tile
bee the teeeu of awfaix theasaads vafortnuU np a llD. few days; and cares always warranted,and *10 for. stain thousands upon thousands is not a greater
ysttieifro'th very jaws pf disIb: Any per. wholesale rids of aa extent hitherto onboard of new building assuring the public that his price Country. To men otgood addresspoafesslng small fetted in eases of faQare. The usual nrwetfa will scourge to the>umaa raee' ,Accept my thanks oa
as regards articles of this... The hUrbett point shall be moderate and all capital of from $J>to aifiO,snob inducement '
sendintTwt74v.OLt..aelossdfa statler,. .garment. warranted,. .. will Jwtbe pre.nrlbed.Rd charge mad.for aiamina- behalf of the afflicted and believe me,,you,
; 'vJO reoelre Oaf cop;of this work'ly BuB. er frr has act.yet been reached;aad U ia bellUM t.ba& to fit.N. be offered as to enable them to make,from f3. Cans and prescriptions.of worker in the,good work yoa:are so actively..atagedla -'
beplec wjn te ee-t fx" ,WXaiU MreaMoat th.sale of this year will b* a million and a half of :jfj and reparing at the shortest notice. fSadaypront.. f DISJA3ED f :AV-ES' ,"
i 1toW.- Depot and'Haaalaetorv.JS'ar 127 E7" The Books published by n aroaJl aseftrfh ; wHT be i hrailelt.eD"
D& o ,1 UrSl' BO use to their We eopy, t
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I&' 'I..n.yf';' way Kow York. Nets fIrl ,, W eenUalatp: BALE4 : Iud their character,"extremely popular and command will be pQr.b.sOtLAddreas owners :a hopeless condition and potUcepakU oareeeipl af 25 eent*. '. sixeopiesfociV -
boUlo.7 iaberszdiaeonntJopnrebasereiyts; 4 00 flAy received per Brigs large sale wherever they are offered .
i' Addnsty XijA Co JPaaiaaW
4= ;KT(1K8BRLCK&.5O1itMttbirBrickeftbbus1ty( qaantitr."Bold by alj principal nierchutunddrvlaahroeg1.eLflie &*6ltmtJMma. Also-UO bushels, For. particulars, addreat. (postacB paid}.,,. the J>r ASHUB8T, Jacksonville,E 1'. era Box 1"Philadelphia.Booksellers .-. .
: Pay
'. lot sale by: postage on year letters.
> 1W".I Apri
( United ROBERT
.EUtes aad Caaa BEARS; Publisher.! "t' .
,eaavaasera aad'boek,
p .,.C"I n4.D4 'oI''f ,", da.Ksic OrealoBritaaA. '' ,, : :,' : : : J oeU.u ; BBLLECHAE8EA" NEQAN.- ,..oit22J81_ William Street N. Y.CUOCKt '. ..- ffKorqqantUy DBBDS-lol rhe !onE.tsteofanykii4bthain pPed on the raoeinberai terms. ,apr3t"tsap

,. (\' .f'' I1EErJ'J'' --S.Wb lMbonUld. H'" : ,said! ., Bnusoally y .veyanee of Boosts and Lots and Real ,
L )1 DRYuQwsIu os11deacripUons1forssl.tib .
4u.44ec: &. CUTLER r
J.i.P4Egg1s : .! sheet
t{ .s. .. I __. n. )tcCUL.-,;. ; :. HARDWARE
for sale at. : D" ClI'

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