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

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.. 'IJorttg. of democratic-parry is: plain d, simple, of Palafox::, or: of 'Bonaparte, cir':of Chit -unite of ,the- ttoltuquti'.in Cuba. Weknow from the BomUwrm ArewUrliU' planters,"and, when; .w. .uU them that k
Scltttrtr } and easy: Fint; all'schemes of expend: straggle-tor national life which ietcn in know well that_they are intriguing, THE HEKCIUirr HOXTUU j fourteen busheb.of large,.Globa .Turnip
1 tore'slot required by' the 'actual necessities Spaniards u respectable"even the Spain aadhara been for 'moats, and 'perhaps $xcaufui :Application of .Gttano, the I seed ,were gathe.on thus rpUautKn.
.A*Cvfe.!'ani premd 4 DI.erva1.nnab. lacier.aitboegb ye be peat.The of toe government come from whom of a people beginning to breitbe existenceand yeas,(or-th..establishment. 'Cuba, of ... ,'? ./Vesexi, teaum.i6a j jl twelve of ,. "en shipped tagf,Y. f
bOdill't.iI11OU'briber they, may, should be promptly and resolutely using, in their asphyxia, a great British theJamaicanegroapprenticeaaipandeman'dpation : l the 29th of July, we paid a visit a makt they will b surprised
poorest in tbendger'"atel.Aaa resisted. The national govern men t constitutional windpipe' lie would jchem ria-.lhe,end, that that i ii of*inspection to the 'plantation of RiceDulin fo a few oe .turnips, .
The ktag may com tarn deserves anithcr. under the constitution, if'-a simple as wellas ] find there a hideous anachronism. He land maybe powerless in the h:1ndaottbe Esq., of Charleston: This plantation and found iD or .
gad aye a national one, extending to only a few would find there the living member of Creole population, and useless actually is situated nine miles east of New only a half busheL.which DP'; log partially .

The kale ."..spring frae the same eaald city Fpecified objects. To these its action every abominable and beastly tyranny, hostile to the United States. This, with berry Court House,and,is DOW under a distributed. with. auction
Att hoar we Moose U M hoar we wither; should be rigidly confined. No schemesof the quivering yet armed limbs of every the alternative of the threat uttered by systematic course of improvement, which ameng t our neighbors luc atk
Then let ai help itbw to climb the brae, political aspirants, no projects of speculators ferocious and disgusting cruelty which the Lord John Hussell, is the scheme'for Cuban reflect great credit upon its liberal pro- bogs and loving cattle, attested that the

At pdt tarn aye detent anitber. no pretended public necessity, bad passions of man have for centuries invented ) degradation proposed to our republic. prietor. In our August number, wo ln..tk'department also ,well

The highest; among u are unto wee, should ever induce a democrat togo beyond and which mankind has warred' If any man wants to know the effect of gave a sketch of the true "farmer planter tnde to ,All the experiment with at
Frae Hearea w.ft* a'oar gut thegither j these objects and for them never for centuriesVo efface from the earth. He this British negro-apprenticeship system, ,"-we now hare equally as inVeres- GWO this plantation will bo careful. 5 .
Then let us divide what"we get tae free profusely. The self-constituted advisers, would find there the Spain he fabricate'i we refer him to Mr.John Bigelow. That.gentJ.man ing and necessary character to deal wit n and,in ,the investigations whichwe
..u.pit Ur rye deserves anither.Oh who.press upon Congress schemes of ex- -black, dismal, and silent as the earth has visited: Jamaica, and writ- in:she "merchant planter" who relies orapidly intend.t make, in 'connection with
penditure, in ,whatever garb they maybe ; i sepulchre\ in which he dwelt: he would ten abook thereon; and though strongly 'increased and'remunerating Mr.Dla u.*. Com
I d.1s a weary jomraey when tlaneBntbhthe'f wend wi'ither clothed, are generally impelled by selfish find there a dominant and all possessing odorous with negroism if any man can find duction by'the aid: of a ,liberal_ appbcatiou mtt t report.ag ON.

the road ii mated we gun, ; considerations. Contracts, jobs, offices monopoly, with the power,if not the name prospective,pleasure in a house of representatives { .of,Peruvian Gtuno.ItTuar .' '_ co Society on the:,nice'of: : Agc
And mntnal geiging; deaerrei aaither. and speculations are the mainspring! of the Inquisition ; he would find the semi-negro ; in negro politicians be as. well to state that 1 in our Inel w hope ablo to
When pdt tara aye manU t b
JAMES BALLANTINE.oUtifdl. action. Men whose only wish is to slave-trade in its horrors the vagrant and ; in a council and magistracy semi- ride,we passed:th""piaatatij. R. rulu most and con-
serve their country faithfully and with! desolating garrison. which, in hU day and negro, entirely under the control of a few B.: Holman and Col. Jan P, Kinard, and elusively, their relative and' practical '
success, and those who are aspirants for after, it was customary to inflict on the white and foreign officials; if any man can' upon their chinquepin! lands, saw admi- value. -
) high political honors: and seek to secure a dependencies of las dominion. The accumulated find pleasure in desolate and barren fields, table results from:application of Guano When merchant caa.thns take time
fame should sbrink from their! inventions of Spanish barbarity he in an imported Cooley population from from
worthy ; : to the cotton :crop,' their fields beingunsurpassed etenv persuita, to de
THE DEMOCRATIC, "RTYITS. ORIGIN touch as they would from the poisonedshirt would find there to clothe his soul in as in India, wild, and even more useless and for the season; and in a mos vote cmera hi energy.. the im-
AND DCTV.The Nessus, which proved fatal to Her pall.: It is only possible for a Philip lawless than the negrues they were broughtto luxuriant ,and prosperous 'condition. prtoD icr production t of

great: principles of democracy occasionally cules. No skill, notalents, can long endure a Loyalatoreal ze in its flagrant immensity i- serve; in dilapidated factories, roofless .These lands were once regarded indiffer the soil, it i rl, time for t.bo
manifested themselves at an such associations. An honest devotion the tyranny practised in that island. homes, plantations smothered in weeds; ent for planting purposes, but with the who baT b up to till the soil,
early day. But it was reserved for this to duty, and a faithful resistance of; An all-dominant and perfectly unscrupulous in besotted and worse than Liberian: ignorance processes of culture resorted to by their and who brug' superior

country first to give them a permanent all such schemes, are the surest guaranteesof foreign garrison, sent there to plun- ; he will find all there in Jamaica: present proprietors, they now stand high! wisdom ands ill, t br ,themselves y
home and an opportunity develop their present success, and the only I true der and recuperate degraded officials, and most of them in Mr. Bigelow'a book. in value when estimated by their productive lest they be the 'race.-
most glorious results. The revolution ground of future hopes. 1 Fame! acquiredby whose sanctity and crimes go hand-in- Betwixt this state of things in Cuba. and capacity. Mr.\ Dulin's plantationwas Eneg is the main: spring to success,
wrested from Great Britain thirteen colonies a dereliction of duty is ever brief, hand; dungeons, silent and inscrutable j: the maintenance of its present status quo! originally fine and productive cotton this instance we have a most

and left them free. The articles of i :and always, ends in infamy. All .true_ power without! _responsibility, place without Lord: John Russell would have ourrepub-- land, abounding in decomposed granite, laudable.example! of its application 'lo a .
confederation sought to unite them forBorne ", democrats should pursue that course which ; dignity, or virtue; a people wunoui sic to cnoose. and resting upon a good clay subsoil. Ita tot praiseworthy of set
purposes, but proved inefficient for / will best promot the public good-the great representation, without government, with. "promptly] and plum ply reject and t repudiate -. loamy topsoil was consequently well! a good pattern,partat.ad, down,
many of the most salutary kind. The I est good to the greatest possible number ont protection, without belief or loyalty, both alternatives, and take issu' adapted, not only to the production of prejudices by manuring the barren soil
present constitution followed. In forming and in the manner best calculated to protect with terror only-could the gboule of ul- with his Lordship both as to his status 7! U(;r cotton, but small grains. It has, how from which they spring. ,
it one class! wished to clothe the gov- I and preserve in a healthy state the tramontanism desire more ? and his British negro apprenticeship sy.. ever, been much exhausted by injudicious I .

ernruet with more numerous and stronger I political morals of the country, thereby There is no liberty in Cuba: there is tem. If the Cuban people choose to eu' eroppings, and, like most plantations in! A ZUAD Oft
powers, which should control the Stale securing respect for those in authority, no property there-no safety of life or honor dure the status guoit is their business,, South Carolina,the uplands are the "worse One of the most noted "characters' in
government, inning them subordinate I and permanency to our institutions. The in Cuba. A t}'rany, against which and we shall not intervene to prevent i it. for wear." It is upon these exhaust Kentucky is Major Lucky, whose taste
anal dependent upon the great fountain of democratic party have a second duty rest even Europe would revolt, you can see But if they take the suggestion of Lord lands that: he has experimented on quite for bragging aountt times, to the sb
riatioualauthnrity.; Another class wi-hed ing upon them, the performance of which any clear day from the promontories oi John Russcl about a "declaration of independence a large scale, by the application of Gus lime. Major h Itn.
to the States in all their s:)vcrciguity or Great Britain seek to enforce ger in the neighborhood, he "opens wide
preserve will require activity and perseverance.The Florida There it ithe, death of intolerance no and plaster of Paris, both, upon corn ,
and md" pendeneeeonf.rringuluu I machine of government requires a the agony of military torture, the her Jamaica scheme of negro apprenticeship and cotton. In order to make the expert spreads himself,' and with a success that

the national government tie management I thorough overhauling by wise and prudent horror of Inquisition, the ever-increasing and emancipation,then becomes I menu a fair test, he has left and market leaves nothing to desire. To following
foreign affair ,committing its hands. The useless parts "hlUhlloe and agoni-iing; dcuionism of the slave trade, quite another affair. rows of cotton throughout the who! scene took place between. ,Major and
general l defence and protection to its care. severed:! and cast away, and the residue all in one, all collected from the barbar- We have misunderstood the constituent, length of his fields, to which there was Col. Peters, "a late ava1m.Dlinois:
Mutual niprouii-es resulted in our prcs I made: to harmonize, and work with simplicity tics of ages, brewing and writhing under elements of that soul which animates the nothing applied. The difference in these+ UIajo I shortly a
cut glorious! :: constitution. Difference in i and economy. The baud reform hose clouded mountain-tops to the east. President and his constitutional advLers and the guanoed crop is most discernible, the Revolution you vie England;
the interpretation of this instrument occasioned should be vigorously but wisely: employ And that is what Lord John Russell pro- if"they can stand still and see another the former being small, pale green, and did you like the .
: the formation of the two great I' ed Evcryutfie not absolutely require! poses with "entire liberty" to protect American island annihilated as Jamaica covered with curled leaves,. showing-thi "Capitally I had not been in London''
parties into which the country has etc for the performance of nece>siry; cwiititutional There arc no laws in Cuba, save suchas has been, another American race butchered presence of parasitical insects,and promising five hours before the old Rex sent for me to
. been d.tided. The federal party sought I duties should be promptly annulled a nomadic governor, equally remorseless as one has been by Soulouque and to yield not more than 300 pounds of:; play wht and a devil of a time,we. had
t'l obtain by o secure ill \\'IrI.I The dem'cratic partyia.i | operations of go\eminent should be reduced fur himself. There i is no press there. A only human, but thoroughly American; which the Guano and plaster were applied "Rex I what Rex !"

<.tel that! action under it should be j and limited to those that arc purely rigid and armed wall excludes its people! and if Gen. Pierce lives, we feel assured was large,luxuriantly dark green, coverer "Why, R the King .George the
l.ateJt; thcpiui-rs cxpresy-omffrrel, i ctitistituiioual, and required to accomplish (root the world, aud the world from them that, for four years at least, there will be with bolls, and, with a favorable autumn, Third. The game came off at Windsor Cas'
and! thi:>.: rictly ncccary fur, their exeruti the few but great objects speeded in They seize wails there, open letters, and no retreat in the smallest particular from would promise, to judge by appearances, teRe and I played against Billy Pitt
,. Tile Cc\l.r.\ .% pirty sought astrong:' I i iI the and noble stand towards foreign Burked it resplte&rathrrcomically.
n. the contthuti'-iu itself. Salaries:): t-boulJ seize those to whom they are addressedThere high at IcaSt 1500 pounds to the acre. Upon
:111- ilntroHing, and splendid: national; ;government I I be fO regulated that national chould have is no trial there, by jury or other powers taken bythe administration. We the corn there was not much perceptible /
loU'inJ the State a.* twinklinglaaiiuiries uo preference ove Stat; sort ice. By diminishing wise. A secret tribunal decides on lifo deny utterly, moreover, the right in law difference in that manured with Guano "How SO/, .
: in prc&jnco: of the sun ; while :r the number of national functionaries and death, without calling a witness or arraigning or custom, or by treaty claimed by Great and that to which a liberal quantity d;( As we were playing the last game,Rex
th-j! dew'srstic: part wished: to pres'rvc', and limiting their p'versVe shall the accused: except ta torture him Britain, or any other European power- cotton seed had been applied, with the sid, in rather a famtliarmanner "Major,
:-n I once aul strength, an 1 elevate them election! and limit the inducements can go out of that island. save: as its conspiracy of European powers, whether weeks nearer maturity, evidently showing do you not ? "No, sir,' says I, "I do not;
it the highct! practical: poiut, free from I : to fraud iud corruption From governor wills-no civilized man: or wo- it bo the Holy Alliance, or one unadorned that it is a rapidly forcing application to but I tell yon whom I do know George

tb : c.iatr.J of the uati-iual authority, txcfvia I the uttTshadowiug powering and influence wan can enter save with his permission. with less pretentious blasphemy in cereal crops. Mr. Dulin has also ,made Washington the Father of b Cut."
provilcd ia Uraii by the coustitutiui and less abominable! crimes iu act, with Plaster African Guano ':Father of his Country be '
of the uati'mal gjvvruuieut through; txPJII An old dowager and her paramour, anlevatcd name, experiments say
Although nunier dui collateral i ia- allure,. and patronage, the States are life-guard's: : man: dictate the rule to interfere in any manner on this continent Kcttlewell's Salts, and common Salt, but he, "he was cursed rebeland had I serv
!"11'S hare been raiviJ, the miiu questionlotwoea ;, in danger; of being lost sight i of. A few uf that island and onjny its revenues. The or its islands between us and the that to which the two latter were applied e him right" he would have been Lung
tLe two parties from the in as Spain in this instance exhibited but little difference ongago. This, of course, ,rilled me
sprung short! steps will bring virtu; consolidation slan 1 is kept f)r her and for great British power possession, perceptible ,.
rnittitution itself.: The federal: n ..wwaiir leaving the States; mere "II ordin ite c' rp xjudholders, who, have pinned themselves or between the subjects of any from the portion on which no manure was: and to that degree, that: I just drew tack,
i party{ Itn: !sternly: s! m(;ht si to i s- iratiuus-sin ill, dim satellite, oartclyiten to her skirtsA brave soldier is tried in European sovereign here :and that sovereign used. Plaster, however, he thinks aboutas and gave him a blow between the ears,

true c..ufcrre as \"i'lld" i.t spirit. Under the power When the States occupy this cooip,irative, iu secret ; he is pinned iu public view this instance.! Should any such interven compost manures. The African Guanowas moment Pitt lon mead
to( r.2'ilife onun'reth. y plr"et.criu3Iy 0" degraded p sit iou, the national giterni.ieut 10 an arm chair, and his neck twisted off, tion take place, for the purpose either of; of no value whatever.On in l&s than teD minutes my shirt and
pre*..ed i innaiii tutu bank, t-j control the will soon ex.Tcise unliwitcoJ'r} i amid the bells of relijiou ting a sanctified repressing insurrection after it is begun, the oat crop, the most marked dif- breeches were s torn and ttt that
in.m.-y titutiniu and trade: and busiaes withont check, or balances and subject biuie. They shout wear in the back there or of intimidating and preventing such insurrection ference was made manifest by the appli- I looked like Lr gave mo

of thtfc-iuatry, as well a* the government to IKI p.iwer of re-traiut but it s own will and irder African savages( ta brutalize in advance we care not to ask cation of Guano. We saw in a very poor rather a distaste English society; s
itsa'.f.: : Go lei that to regulate commerce Democrats who wish tIt j-re-ertc the leui-eKe, aud drag the noble and dead the President what will be his duty and field, the soil of which was completely he next morning I set sail for America. -

am m_; hc several States, to make rood dignity and just importance of the States, ictnus naked through the streets. They his course; we take our cue from his In exhausted, and nothing left but a glady Six weeks aa I lade in
an! eanits l even without their consent, and the purity of the nat'naal government, shunt Amrricun in the back there-men augural Address, and as we interpret that, substratum of pipe clay and mica, a sin- Vashington. person" after
thr"mugii time several States, and collect s'-j-houl} 1 at once enter heartily in the work I who never knelt save to their God, and such intervention would be repealed, if gle breadth upon which Guano was ap- 'entering tbe'cty was Q, '"
toll ihfre a. Uu ler the p'lwcr collect <>f reform, and per-evere until they secure always( : die with their face to the enemy neod be, by arms. plied, and whilst the rest of the field '! what "
dune an imp mate, they insist: upon{ a high the re,ult so mu ,h desired. The expenses They kill women there. The armed and showed from the stubble that the crop "Why, that old redm Qoincj
Ur:J, t., c4ll! ,,'ct ninncy f".r distribution of the national government have in- mblicspy; walks masked there through the A IIAPPV 110)1 E. was not worth gathering, this portion at Ldanu.: He want P 1 ninepinswith
am m; the Slates. That party; has ever erensed to an alariuing extent, in a ratio sweets!! and points out the victims of his The first year of married life is a most testa the value of this fertilizer by ita him, and di so. I won 200 at
IX-CH f-rtilc! in ,schemes IIf expjn-liture. far beyond 1 the increase of population or ,'cucance. Night after night hordes ofVfri'caus important era in the history of man and rank and thick stubble, which Mr. Hopkins two; "shillings a game, and then h a
TL s'ljni of the titujs m' .>->t plainly inJi- the increase of government bus are poured into that 'society" and wife. Generally, as it is spent, so i is the efficient overseer, told ua grewas row.
cic that: numerous schemes are to be iness.necessary They should! immediately; be re- t n threaten with universal assassination almost all subsequent existence. The good oats as he would desire to har "About wba r'
husband then assimilate their "Ho w nt to ae off in Continenal
wife and
l the national legislature soon pay -
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>se whole
pre the
upon dured to th1 1 lowest practicable piHUt.- the< pcopletif community, '
t" ai-ICuLl., wjuandir; the national rev- The whole public life of the President atf adisgustedworld revolt for them. Priests views and their desires, or else conjuring vest.The Guano was applied to the cottonat money, worth'about a shilling' peck.
enues. The whign and a few muercemiarynuucattered nlsan assurance! that he will cheerfully ping their hymns to the garrote, and pray up their dislikes, add fuel to their preju the rate of 80 pounds to the acre, well I[ got an Q r. and knocked him into .pit-
who : dices animosities torcver afterward."I of and toon. Whilst I still bad: him down, Jim
through the laud preach all demands urine slate-ship. That islaad lies insight mixed with 100 pounds plaster,
aid iu resisting unjust upon{
dew eraey but prac;. ee whi ;isw, are seeking the: atj in the good( work of ref of 'lorid" in American waters,and have somewhere read," says the" sown in the drill The cost of this application came in"and drg off to th'e' White
to itate the tu treaury Rev. Dr.Wise, in his 'Bridal Greetings, all told four dollars [louse. .
re;m slavery agitation, The people fl.quire-Icmand it.-- t jere and such is th$ ttutus quo Lord John was, per '
divert attcnti,>n froai djaign upju the Will rm.Congress} moot: the wish..s and j..it Mussel would protect with"cutire liberty," of a bridegroom: who gloried in his eccen acre. Corn received a spoonful to the "What Jim?,
unite. tricities. He requested his bride to accompany observed that field of rich '- I went and play
fl--e"nrv, in which they rlialy of their cunsfitunti.. by re"istin" and with British fleets. hill. We a 'Vhyifawan
That :hey aud the whigs will harmonize him into the garden a day or two bottom land had received its dose of ed cuchr when Tom camen -
indngres+, and press with zeal schemes :' every project to aid in unnecessary expense This is no new picture of Cuba to Brit- alter the wedding. He then threw a line Guano-and though this land was deep and insisted that should go homo wit
? Will they correcting pre- hb i and rtiil Lord John Russell .
fir cannotbe btatemen over the roof of their cottage. Giving his alluvial and. to the of most plan hi m.
plundering! the government, I enttubaul and abuses? Will they devote would have the world believe that: her eyes ?"
doubted by any CO'DIO.n observer.Up .- their best energies to the great work is determined thatit wife one end of it, be retreated.to the other ters, would require no manure at all,with "Wha Tom .
the bjestY'8 government side and exclaimed : 40 50 bushels "Why, Tom Jimhowever
>n the democratic party; devolves good seasons, to produce or Je1dn. ,
character ;
I of refirm ? Their iH.litkal: a Piuiuply flatlywe
shall be perpetuated. would listen
duty of resisting these schemes. Even members will "Pull thelincl"She of com per acre-still the spirited "mer- not t theoonsequeneo
. ai a question of policy, the national government suns us that the democratic say to him, we do not believe a word pulled it at his request as far as she chant planter" determined to see the dif- was that they went into a fight about itIn
do Let;LglluJtscOIue frum what quitter of it. We i it as a calumny upon the midst
should in the fewest poafible 51> repudiate emrage will
they may, their constituents proudly the name of our country's moth- era and dropped fifty feel .When I
operations. Experience has taught( very "Pull it over application, on rich as well as on exhausted ab
that ib!costs a State twice as much aa it eu'taiuthem. Tbe demxratiepreis.willdefend for r-Iand. This pretence of maintaining "I can't," she replied. lands. There was a very marked difference let they were eah other each oth-
does( an iodiTtdaal i : accomplish a particular them from all assaults Attacksby nobly the status quo in Cuba is a false pretence. | "Pull with all your urght! !" shouted the in the color of the tent; as well der in the coal cla How it terminated
a public duty. ; of Great Britain know as well 1 could
great The
forwardness u just then'lartha
husband. and ,
work and that it coati the United whimsical as in its luxuriance general neC
the whig for such ea ise,, although do that a reign of terror and degradation iu and said I
States more than twice aj much as it doesa press will as we But in vain were all the efforts of the over that which had received no ran most accom- ,
naturally lobe expected prove so fruitful of calamity, so illimitable the line the low lands took >any her up to Mount 'V to see-
State. In town,county,and State governments bride to pull over so long Guano. Whilst n ,we roD,
harmless than its pr-01be.-1J civilized nations '.
and to ,
functionaries are held to more 8 dangerous husband held on to the opposite end.- great pleasure in observing the very extensive Ger. { .
Union. will not be endured always. That it, at at Martha\ do mean f*
iu expenditures. The eye of .. Bat when ho came round, and they both operations of embanking in pro- you
t.On.x.I the is them Upon his all event ,must cease, come what else may. pulled at one end, it came. over with great I gress on this: plantation. There is now "JIartba Washington, wife to George,'
tax-payer apon [From the Washington Union-!, But how cease? There lies the rub.- old boy that '
twelve feet jcssy the Hes
the renewal of the agentspowers. i finished about a mile of levee, t gate t
fidelity depends .
BRITISH DE IG>S I.N CUBA.We We all!! know the British and French modeof ease.In
i it which when
The the economy, the this illustration,homely as maybe high, with a thirty foot : asP
more merit. The greater reverse of this u nearly have intimated the opinion that getting rid. of the .lavery question, there U sound philosophy. Husband completed "illprotect several hundred Abu here, the stranger began to:d J
true with the national government. ]Filching !- the whole Bcheuie.of a tripartite treaty to and of the more important: White Ql.1estion and wife must naturally bear and concede, acres of fine alluvial swamp land from I cnr he wag,Swallowing .
from- the i* secure to Spain the, peaceable! and perpetual along with it. The wild fanaticism if they wish to make home a retreat of joy freshets; and all this will be done at a To next stage that _
large sums! treasury Qo'aog/bi"t
there often claimed as a merit. Tbc iu<>- pu.*.U.OD of Cuba was a mere diplomatic I of the revolutionary convention and bliss.: One alone cannot make home cost of!at least five thousand dollars. The aasage in for' an 1l
tie of the is not unfrequcnt rttne on the part of Great Britain, : the French republic of 1793 to "liberate happy. There must be a unison of action, reclamation of our low lands, and their labor; we believe,is still living tal. l
)ly,u1 to influence goTerotncDt the p-'ople,and mudtuvthem resorted to with no expectation or wish I its negro es," and the result was the \St.Domingo sweetness of spirit, and great: forbearance protection from freshets, should be an important tckeves that the walloping! J
to connive at if nut to promote, do : that! it would succeed, but deemed necessary massacre, and,his imperial Majesty and love in both husband and'wife to. sonretbe'great consideration: with the'people' of i Eighteenth I the'tcstUnngon record.
rtliction of ,A re-election to Coo;1 to advance her real deign of Afucanitiug Soulouque, or Faustin L But as, end of happiness in the do.. South Carolina. We weio much pleased '1 : -i
is son duty etimes claimed on.the' of grcss the treasuthey t.i&i present that we are mistaken in this opin-- *n enemy the Great Republics,. a .friendly II land sown in peas broadott- much of was asked by s young person t ont
: Lad past bled infidelity for -, IOn, aud that the 'distinguished British connexion; with whose citizens in colonial LABOR Cossouat.=:There is a perennial which is to be laid down in wheat, man .. "t'co of readies :he pt,best
; freely pcivnialandlocalporp what they said: days: was no disastrous to the'sons of even'' A falIThis is' I make him a Iii des hisisraeterlstio'maanet7L
"- e*. Bold conspiracies formed; to noblemen have meant just of the Caplets nobleness, and. even sacredac, urea with :1noin'.the a t .m Jt is
and the even
t/ St. Louis, dynasty seldom resorted
oar. government reclamation I
iu their l'gutiatiowwith. system
absirb the of the in work. Were be ever so benighted,
meaiM, g > and earnestly desired ,as we do not believe either: that anyFrene6mni'coulddesire On "It i not by books aionc w' '
:" Members of Cuugress bouictimc yield too : and that tuey,really its-siteanttal island forgetful'of his high,calling, there IS always to or practised on a cotton plantation :ij. books
.:.. readily to the influence of oubiJe, Is : only) to.aWurain Cubajn her present eon- hope in a' manthat actually and this 1a caronfourAxsdredao'esofcoRon liefly, that a man is i:all his point a
owned third, % mm
there a deuiocral'who will not ra we his diUOn, ,bix'omea uppo Dt"ln order' .to ,' by festivities party of a.tiwewish .: earnestly works; in idleness alone is there are planted, and fromsix to eight thousand 1 Ua StT't do faithfafyxhataoer.rtings
,:il" Yoke against this prostitution of the rep letcrmw.s, whether that policy: is right ; bf the murderous dismiss ,this "conjoint,'power"rith perpetual despair. Doubt,desire,sorrow, bushels of corn annually raised. Mr. Drain 1 iu& situation, then.and
what is the actual to r thousand bushel of wheat, 1 ow, expressly or,tacitly
preseatat!res power f Is there a deiao-, )r'wrong, to k'now present tittle bitterness to'itself and asas remwrser indignation; .despair! : itself al! sen, one you l
'(." condition of Cuba. as the in the season to N.Y.f for which be I to charge thai is jour,
critic member who will consent: ; these 'like hell-dogs, lie beleaguering: early 11 lOu .
ofCongres ,
with -
alone the Wack mal'ie consisfent our 'argument.ivithBritish.uentire bushel-which fine in it like a true toldier. '
In Cuba and there -worker'aa of received 61,38-per std
to lurreBder to a lobby inflaenceor mid in statesmenandnobhsgantlemen.it lout 'of the poor everyman B .
and house-likeetiulof the Eacurialu still. : liberty" withJree! price WM realized in consequence of its I ; the many chagrins of, it-
? ho.Lends; himself Y9u
3 but
,adraocing whig design*,upon tbejwasury 'is quite another : ,
the Second ,rise, earliest beat in the market i ions have many-Htod see aia i
. Could Philip the joa
dominant. being
t6 the hu tack and these/are t
J* ere one who will consent to" ;e otinrtanye.ofstariffifuuneuasarilyb n- full well that neither valor against jail J '
rb, out of hit dismal grave be would,,glory affair. We know administration; stilled-all these shrink murmuring fariff We Lave rather; a' singular1 product to t I quit i without doing all that yon0it
would not find there tie LordJohn; Russell, nor which startle same of;our I
the Moro. He chronicle .
that money collected ttf bet oa in desire intend the:contin-s into their' ayes.-Tnontas Gartyle. ; ; may
may senriD or
:. of todaTorlbe Spain of 1812, or he is ,
padered We trait not. The duty Spain

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ZVPOrEAN AFFAIRS. I' IMPORTANT'Ru3d0E8'.g J'1tf"ECltoPJ:. 1 tnnnity will always Cod oar'colmmnsopea 4, err' '; >>P Lmzu. J) !Personal-Commnnlcation.? !> > ltg. The.0eaIa J/irror 01 the 4th
The Dance of Death hu recommenced The New:York Times*mentions a:. Mr. Geo. C. Powers : late editor and : i"
H'ru- ,for their service, ,and ire request and invite -, ., / ,'"i t, ?-OeiaiiYt**,Nor. lit. JS53.; la in estaci'
la Europe after a feverish repose of three mot,.that.cLonis at Silver
Arabia' mails received inevitable
The today inEastern Spring
years. Europe is Customs ta
leave no doubt,that Omar Pacha, after and that France will be called uponto those enjoyed by our predecessor. We been appointed Inspector" at DUE Six: I promised through year journal the Oclkawaha -the latter a

l a aoul-stirring address .to his, troops: resist the encroachments of the Czar. shall endeavor to make arrangements wit St. John's Bar, and,.having accepted the son short time tine,to famish Judge Stele having its source its L Uo Griffin Itreaaa
"from Asia Africa and Europe crossed th e It[ is also said he invited Kossnth appointment has entered on the duties of and the pnblie eertlfieattf of gentlemen of onqm tj
to a secret them, which' will be for our mutual,bcn< .tlon4 oWaatitUon of' emptying into.the St.: Johns below
...Danube on the 27th or 28th at_Widdin, conference at Paris for the his We sorry to that failing Wadt/lu some : Ll.
.., ? ; : ,: ; purposeof fit: 'We.shall use Gorbest'efTo, to furnish : office. : are say \: remark ofmlae made toMajor Gaines of tklplaeeiaapiivateeooverutioa George. The Jfifnr hums lustily
with some 20,000 men, eeixed the .villag ascertaining: ,definitely -froiri l him the< health has induced him.to retire from orer
of Calafat, scoured the country around, extent of the military force which he the earliest commercial intelligence la respect t 0 the feat :

fought a considerable battle with some could bring into the field] in case Hungary In fine, we shall advocate whatever w e I The News, and hope that, it may be restored the Harbor of Cedar Keys: Nine cheer to the Micanopy and bet

2500 Russian Cavalry in the direction cCrajovaa f should have another of of '' in his new ,vocation. I have waited tome tine particular/ ob- enterprising Pf9Jiiet If ,
opportunity believe to be for. the, .benefit our. sui ., f n. ]two wen b
.., town. lying to the North East and contending for independence, and that Florida- :in to'the dev lopensenl, tale the testimony of a gentleman,w&o forte a Northern latitude; we'might aw thiex.
that the Russians retreated Slatinia, on Kossuth actually spent two or three days nj regard JGT.If yov, wish, ,a_ fine. ,Picture f, yean navigated the 8Q1I''.....river,cad who pression *The tee' ir broken.** Better

... .,":on'the'river AHtaT-(why they did notsto in Paris m close, consultation with the of its resources, its moral,peaaniarj,p< yourself yow wife. children i or.:any :,c. ia veil. acquainted i with' the Jlarbor: ,at the Keys, her know;tto jai?, Captain baa put kj

at Cra)">va, which is considerable place, Emperor; : upon(this;subject,' litical, social and other' welfare and mot your:friends,just go to.Mr. Graves' New. bat J am.auM.' d'pt'Utt tq furnish bat tnUmony. through, and established,_new eraia the

we are not informed.) ,We do not attac h IF especially i in regard to. .our': county ,an d I Sky-LJght D'guel1'C3D' Gallery, r. where ._ :But JJ. c.fSt"J. mea fer war,- history of Marion County.! The boat U

much faith to the despatch'of the 3d from EXPEDITION TO ;THE :A.lAzoN.-An town, and the noble river which .wash* l li I may"'ha'fe it doncl: .At rate ad war "e shall hare to hie satisfaction;'and not small, and must neeeasuitiba: so, bucan t slat
Vienna,."announcing the'defeat of Oms r enterprise has been projected in New; i its walk yon : any r only the gentleman's testimony above referred* travel all seasons Jof the year tad
at Calafat, because it was private, anBuppossed d York which promises to open new market his advertisement, and go and look at hi s to will and can be produced,bat that of others with plenty of like help can do the*

the Turks had crossed on the for our manufactures and extend our III rooms and pictures. going te show the insufficiency! of the depthof rying trade of Marion and contiguous"sections

23d, which we now know to be a mill take commerce into regions where it has never DUVAL cocmr' BIBLE SOCIETY. 1 -St' the water in the Harbor. of the snrounding _
latest under date of the 4th al t before with The of thi s COURT.-The Circuit Court of Duva
The news i penetrated. A company a first anniversary meeting Bat the Judge virtually admits. his com What: citizen of Marion county, and of

Vienna, states via Bucharest, that 2,00 capifal of $100,000 propose to send a fin t, Society, an auxiliary of the America I County has been in session during the manieation to you, that a greater portion c f our county town, does not feel himself

Turks had fired upon a town, which w e class river steamer 190 feet long, now, Bible Society, was held in the Methodic t past week, his Honor, J. J. FINLEY,pn., the Island has been overflowed. But we need benefitted and the value of his property
from the spelling to be Gingevoand nearly ready for sea, on a trading voyage enhanced the advent
suppose by of
the evening Church in this place on siding. prove ml;
the river follow ed f
headwaters Of
then retreated up to the of the Amazon. steamed Nor will ple abroad
i I > by the Russians. Gingevo lies in Walachia .. the capital, it is said, $60,000 is already the 15th. Tho following officers werE FLORIDA.III memory Sprague'a serves History me of right Florida, if he he will will find look tha∈ appreciate this additional pct motive to fail settle to

midway between Belgrade and tl ) subscribed.JACKSONVILLE. present. Mr. O. A. Turknetf, President:' The Charleston Mercury of the 21st is mooted in Marion.
not a
and the mouth of the Pruth and situa question.I .
Rev. Wm. D. Harlow Vice President I
': inst. -For the tendency wish it had been in have laid
: to <
some what like Mantua in the midst i 0'f says many years past my power SSTForeman's Electric Process
1 morasses, and is one of the strongest pIa 'and Mr. David McCucn, Treasurer.- of an energetic and thriving portion my hands: on a copy of said History, for I would' sunken vessels had trial

oes in the Empire. What the Turks wen e The Secretary, 3Ir. John Payne, was absent -. of our population has been to plant have furnished the renowned Judge with not a on Monday

doing there we are not informed; perba] having left the county.On itself upon the virgin fields of Florida..- only the pare, but how fn from the topof the at Atlantic Dock, New York. la
the ofOmarto cros! such a fact published. For I doubt rather less than two minutes a sloop]
it is in contemplation page of
tJ the chair The infusion
IKseC the President's taking of Carolina population Chas|
the river from fortress of Rustchck, also a $BDIT : very much,on account of the obtuseness of hi seventy tons burden, sunk with stone bah
J the Russian the exercises of the evening wero opene d been so considerable as' to form a very mind if Lc hat
operating a diversion against !s the volume in which such a last, was raised tb the surface from a
tt depthof
up the river and cutting offGortschakoff 8 by the reading of select and approprial e important element in its growth, and to troth was contained, whether he could find it. fifteen feet. A

direct communication with BucharesL- portions of Scripture by Rev. E. L. T. have produced a corresponding tendency; Bt as I said before, that question is not a mooted witnessed the large concourse of people

t The papers, however, make no comment 6 Blake, travelling agent for the America I to form commercial connections with Chart one, according to the experience of many experiment cheered
this event, and it was probably just tto the inventor when its success was demOQ-
and rte historian.
upon chaste and fervci persons living
affair of Isatcha Bible :Society. A leston. The establishment of a line o f
what we construed the I I will therefore dispense with that portion strated.
i it was offered to the throne <01 f steamers communicating directly] will
be, an isolated occurrence, originating ] prayer up of my subject. And I will leave it to tbejnag- I
z the exercise of local discretion. ; grace by Rev. Mr. Ilarlow. No report the heart of the State, as it has largely; went of the public according to the testimony PHILADELPHIA, Nov. I$.-Private let-

\ In the meantime, the heroic Schamj I SATURDAY NOVEMBER26,1853. was presented from the Secretary. Ti e) increased our knowledge of its resources, which I below famish, that if it does not overflow tens received in New York from reliable

I has W orongofl'approached blast Teflis of,defiance and blown, which against ha 8 Treasurer reported receipts in hand to tl e so it has stimulated, in an extraordinary that it goes very near dry. sources in London state that a change: b

been echoed by the groans of 5,000 RUJ, rJir Having disposed of uiy interest t, amount of $38,00 out of $145,00 wort L degree, the tendency to migration :among What does Mr. Petit say ? Let every one the British' Ministry la inevitable, and

signs, expiring under the scimctar of th e in "The Florida News" to Mr. F. Jl I. of books left with him for sale. Tt c our people, and a tide of settlers is now read, for his testimony is so directly to the< that it i is presumed the Marquis Dalhon-

I gallant Circa sian.-.Char. Standard. ADAMS, by whom it will in future be conducted President introduced the Rev. Mr. Blake),, pouring in such as we are sorry to lose, point lIe says that none that in need the err year therein A. D. 1846,the wa- sie, on his return from India, will bepee.

Extraordinary shot. all dues to tho paper will be paidto who, in an interesting statement, addressed but Florida may be proud to gain. Some ter"wai not more than seven feet wide"in the mier.

We were informed yesterday by a gentleman him, and all demands against it be the meeting on the Bible and its cost t idea of the extent of this migration maybe channel.
whose veracity is unimpeach-ibli, THE FEVER AT NEW ORLEANS.
i:: I ; of the ,most remarkable killing of wild presented to him for payment. in former times, compared with the Ires.: had from the fact that the steamer Car- How or in what nnnner: can I offer to the New Orleans Courier of the 3d-inst The

. ducks, at one shot, that has ever come tour a Having the assurance of Mr. ADAMS, ent and on the operations of the Amen. olina, Capt. Coxetter, which left on Sat- insufficiency states the following relative, to therecent,

r" knowledge. It was accomplishedfew a I that "The News" will still maintain those can Bible Society. Some remarks wer e urday, was filled to her utmost capacity ,
Let Mr. Editor throw of the shackles ol in that .
as!, epidemic city.A
.i days since by Mr. Henry Covington t t great principles of the Democratic party, made and a statemcn readby, the President with substantial planters, their servants!
of Chesterfield. Mr.\ C. has been long, lfishnesf,let us divest ourselves from such member of the Howard: Associationwho
I I'f accustomed to hunting duck, and has accomplished for which it has heretofore been the advocate on the time, labor and cxpcns and chatties, on their way to their new influences as much as possible and take a more has lived tcre for more than forty

I would ask for it a continuance o f the first of the homes in the Land of Flowers. There view of the
much, but he could scarcely; bestowed ou printing copy comprehensive subject. years, whose business has made him acquainted

believe what he bad really done, until the the patronage and confidence, which, for Bible. A collection was taken up in behalf were upwards of forty( cabin passengers, It is contended by some, and I pray Heaven with ne-.1fyall] our citizens-in-

t tN. 'f I defunct fowls were counted, and num- the last two years, it has enjoyed. the parent society. Some remarkwere s I eighty.two slaves, forty-four horses and that it may be so, as one loyal to the interestsof formed us that of the eight thousand persons
tI I bered forty-four! He thinks that h e POWERS. my native state, that if there was a road who died this summer, he was personally
must have killed at least/fiy, but as the GEO. C. made: by the Rev. Mr. Harlow 01 n, mules, eight] wagons, and fourteen carriages extending from the Eastern shore of the Pen. acquainted: with but eight. With

number specified was all he obtained and 11 the expediency having depots throughout .. I and vehicles of light draught: In insets to its Western boundary, that such a but a very few exceptions, the victims

I "bagged," he does not claim more.- TO THI PUBLIC.In the county for the sale and distribu-, addition to this the boat was ailed with road: would carry over i it the production of a were not natives of Louisiana, or even of

They were killed with a gun imported by; assuming the editorship of "Tin tion of the bibles the execution of which freight, and was compelled to turn away great portion of the products of the "Great the Southern States but nearly all of them,
Messrs. Dunn & Spencer, of this city, Florida News," custom: propriety, and {Went. more than nineteen twentieth, wen either -
especially for Mr. C., who designed to use. respect for our fellow citizen! induce us measure, it was ascertained from Mi nearly half] a cargo for want of room, avery What certainty would the weary-worn sailor young men from the more Northern
it for wild duck. The f lies within the of the exe gratifying indication of the extent of States from countries.
expressly scene o to make a general declaration of cur political Blake, power from California have, with hi, vessel laden with or foreign
this unheard of slaughter of wild ducks, of tho Anelection our commercial connections with that ,
and of the course which cutivc committee Society. rap its suiiferous productions, as he ne>red that
the of Swift Creek and opinions JENNY LIND.-The New York correspondent
was at junction held} for officers for the ensuingyear idly improving State. harbor that it could be free of obstacles: and
Appomattox river, a few miles below this we propos3 to follow, which, ]however, the furnishes him of the Charleston Courier ]learns:
M easy of access,when past
city. The whole of them were of the from the limited space allowed us in a resulted] as follows: Major C. The Brunswick and Florida Rail R ad. with convinciiiK examples,when at one time he through a friend just arrived from Vienna -
"duck and mallard" species being :about Cooper President, Mr. Philip Fraser, The Brunswick Mica of last
] sheet must necessarily be brief. Tuesday ,
weekly may sail into its h rbor triumphantly, and at that Mme. Goldschmidt has retained
the size of the ordinary house duck, :and Vice President Mr. F. M.\ Adams! Sec., the arrival of the
realized Mr. C. 75 cents pair. Col. We profess to bclive and to bold to the announces ship dynes, another be stopped with a.* channel seven fed but 8130,000 of the vast, fortune which
per of the Democratic party, some Mr. D. McCuen, Trcas. Mr. G. A. Capt. K. Scott, with 1305 tons of T. wide 1"
t Gilliam, of Bollingbrook Hotel, :alone principles she made in this: country, and that this
a Wm. D. Ilarlow and Iron rail for the Brunswick and Florida Do you suppose that for an instant: ,be would
took twelve pair. of which were evolved in the United Turknett, Rev. for say leng.b of time steer his his vessel for comprises her entire wonily possessions.She .

We challenge our contemporaries to Colonies,before the American Revolution, Rev. A. W. Sproull, were elected members Railroad, and adds "we hope this arrival such a port 1 Never: Why not at once sail will positively appear on the stage

furnish a parallel to the case above men the debates of the convention of the executive committee in addi-! will dispel all doubts as to the speedy= pro
some in around the Florid Keys,if he is to be d..ltw again next summer, but iu concerts 001,.
. tioned.-Petersburg. Va. Express. which formed the federal constitution of tion to the officer, who are members by cress 6f the Railroad. jn the receiving and depositing of his freight.Let .

ANNEXATION OF THE SANDWICH Is- the We have other than wishes for consider which is the Port not PROMOTION BY JIERIT.-Commander
1787, and others in the political struggles, virtue of their office. On motion, no good us only

LANDs.-The Washington correspondent which succeeded] the formation of that in- meeting adjourned, after a benedictionby the prosecution of this work, but it is onour Western, but Eastern boundary, amid McClure, of the Arctic discovery ship
of the Philadelphia American says he I build our Rail Road to those points, irrespective Investigator, has been promoted to the
due to the of South-western Geor-
would not be to learn within a strument. In fine, they are the principles Rev. Mr. Blake. peopb I
surprised of local interests or petty influences. rank of Captain, for services performedin
1'.Y few weeks, that a treaty of annexation to of constitutional democracy, under Tho payment of $5,00 constitutes a gia to say that serious doubts are enter- Respectfully yours I search of Sir John Franklin, and for

the United States has already been negotiated which the federal government h w been person a life member,of $1,00 an annual tained and openly expressed by numbers> A. WATERMAN.Accompanying the discovery of the certainty of a northwest -
between the Hon.Luther SeveranceU.
principally administered] since the forma- member, of this society. Its object is of well-informed and intelligent persons, Affidavit aDd Certificate. passage.
S. Commissioner to the SanJwitch Is-
k. lands, and the authorities of the Hawaiian tion of the present union, which have noble and praiseworthy, and we commendit whether the above cargo will be deliveredto STATE Marion: OF FLORID. t SOT The horse which trotted one hundred -
the It is said here that rounty.Personally J
government, Indeed, he adds, it is not improbable carried us safely and victoriously] through to the people of the county. The Company. : appeared before me, Robert Bnl- miles in eight hours and fifty eight

that such a treaty is now on its many: severe political contest! and which books are cheap, well printed, and hand- called instalments sufficient to pay for lock, Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for minutes, on the Long Island Race: Courseon

way to Washington. Mr. Severance has upheld by the be obtained of this Iron, have not yet been paid in, and iid of Marion Elias B.Pettit who being
were so triumphantly pee.pie somely bound. They can s: County Saturday last, has died from effect theo

the authority recent to change negotiate in the such Hawaiian a treaty,Cabinet and- ] in the late presidential campaign. Mr. David McCuen in this placo. that the Iron will not go into the Com duly sworn,depoaeth and saith, that he iso { over certion.

pany's ession until the price thereof citizen of the State and county aforesaid
is understood to have been brought These we believe to have: been the principles We hope the parent and its auxiliarieswill pos
and the deponent further more dep..seth and tSf The Fox Girls having rapped a
is in cash. Sav. News.
about to accomplish that result. He even under ninth this: paper has been until family in the paid -
prosper, every snith, that he is well with the
II acquainted: large fortune out of the pockets of the
that Mr. Allen the Hawaiian
predicts new conducted, as a party organ, of the de.n- land is possessed of one or more Bible! ,The St. Augustine Ancienl Cityof Harbor at the Port of Cedar Keys, aud that have in
Minister, will be one of the U. S. Sen people, purchased a place
i ocratic party, and which wo filial! endeavor the 12th inst. states that "the General he, the deponent, in the year A. D. 1846, MW
ators from the Islands, and the Rev. Dr. Ilaruionia, N. Y., and retired to private
to explain, advocate, defend and incul- St. John's Co Drmncraey. the water recede from the wharf at slid Harbor -
Judd, his predecessor, the other,probably.A I Government has ordered a survey of life.
I that the Democratic leaving the between said wharf and
We to perceive space
= I, are sorry the most practical course for a ship canal,
WORD BOYS Who ia cate.We
TO respected hope the democracy of the State Executive Committee of St. John'sCo. the main channel entirely dry,and that tbe TilE PRESIDENT ILL.
? It is the boy who conducts himself to connect Tampa Bay with the spacious water in sid channel was not more than WASHINGTON Nov 23.-President
well; who is honest, diligent, and obedi- will give us an unanimous, hearty and ., in some resolutions passed on the harbor of St. Augustine," and that officers seven feet wide. ,
Pierce has been ill for several a
ent in all things. It is the boy who is cordial assent and support, and we invite i 12th inst., while approving "the general of the U. S. Engineering Corps are And this deponent furthermore depose and days,

making an effort continually] to respecthis their assistance, co-operation, and com- policy of the administration, so far as it in the Our 801 th' th:it he is also well acquainted with the severe bilous attack. He is now convale
now engaged survey. con-
father direct, and to to be obey done.him It in is whateverhe the boy munications, from any and every part of bas been developed] ? ," and refusing "en temporary then expatiates at some length channel,lenlinjf from the mouth of the Su- scent.

who may is kind to other little boys, who res- the State. dorse the policy of any administration, any upon the benefits to result from said canal wanneeriver t<>Cedar Kels.and that it is cf- List of Letters

pects age, and who never gets into difficulties At this time, the continued union and further than: its action may be consistent and more particularly] upon the immense ten s->shallow, that: it is impossible to be navigated DEMA1NIMJ m the I'ual Office,Jac'ttoaLV -
l boats. November
by steam title,Florida, lpihlS53.
and quarrels: with his companions.It unity of the democratic party is especially with well established Democratic princi losses which would be averted from insurance ELiAS. PETTIT. A. Keller,Capt. G D .

is improve the boy himself who leaves: in no knowledge effort untriedto and ] necessary. We have gained a victory ples" disappro\"ean ;' istinctyly anl unqualifiedly companies and ship masters, by Sworn to and, subscribed before me. this 13th mound, J Keller, J L.

wisdom every day; who is busy and activein which union alone can preserve. Let us protest against some of the ap avoidance of the dangers attendant upon October, .\. D., 1853. \Iston.AJaamp J Lora Miss Cttberiat

endeavoring to do good acts towards remembtr that "united we stand, divided pointments" made in St. Augustine, because voyages around the peninsula of Florida. ROBT. BULLOCK. Allen, W B. Libber, Eben G
who his Clerk of the Circuit Court for Marion Conn.V .' B. Lime, Miss C,
others. Show me a boy obeys we fall. We shall advocate this union, "it was notorious and distinctly r

parents, who is diligent, who has respect in strict subservience, however, to demo- stated and admitted, that" they "were ILLNESS OF Gov. BaooME.-The Floridian V- "' BenDer 3dgerJY3, S Lourie LuekiD,,tJ r..p'p M S

for age, who always has a friendly disposition Journal of 19th inst., Bryant, F M.
the says- "**
cratic the wishes of the A letter
himself principles. Already entering contrary to party, / Washington 8.1s-
and who applies diligently Gov. 'erry.C II Menlo, Mrs Elsey
to get wisdom, and to do good towards wedge of discord has split asunder our and destructive to its union and bar We arc pained to learn that Broome The Messrs. Benson and other parties, Bridges, James 2 Morton, Capt S

others, and if he is not respected and beloved party in one state, and we are sorry to nony" and "bfcanse they hare prrJ" has been dangerously ill during the present concerned in the importation of Guano C.J flays, It GCaUlpb.ll P

by everybody, then there is no such see that divisions have sprung up amongour cd such divisions and distractions, week. at his: plantation near town, from the Lobos Islands in 1852, have applied oiomidr,, E M Mulligan Mcr'rlandCap C-pi. J

thing as truth in the world. Remember brethren in a neighboring county.- as seriously to jeopardise the Democratic and that he is still very feeble, though to the State Department for an indemnity Jates, Abram N.Neidlioger.Jts.
this little boys and will respected Mte, Oti S .
you improving. This makes the second
by others, and yon will grow up and become these things arc much to be regretted, party in future :any Federal election. for the losses incurred through Clifton, D. NightingHte. H BCaldwellMisaS
attack the Governor has had in the
useful men. though, perhaps, they cannot be avoided; the failure of this Government to support P.
HOME. for it is a sad fact in human nature: that Wo repeat we are sorry to perceive that course of tho last few weeks, and as a consequence them in taking the article from the islands Cam, EbenD.. Parker PolkZ Capt. E G 4
u. S. CONSUL RETURNED this disapprobation exists because of thelivisfons
Major Bennett, who was appointed by the victors no sooner obtain the spoils, be has scarcely been able,excepton without paying tribute to Peru. The Drab, l\1..Jor A E Picket James .

President Pierce U. S. Consul to Bahia, than they frequently begin to quarrel.We ( and distractions which it pro- a few occasion, to visit the Executive amount of the claim is stated at a million >y\rn8;U, M PeaoeckJohaDickson Poete DaoivlPerkins E

it is said, has returned ,to the United shall seek to support "measures"md luces. Still, the party have an undoubted office and attend to business during that dollars. The claimants would nodot .btcompromise l>ouna1l1lIugb ,
States having found on investigation that right to approve or disapprove of time. F. Pacehl,E
and further for
not moderate
principles, men, any a cen
the Consulate. was not so much of a prize the appointments made in its particular w.- very per Floyd, D R.
to be. The entire than they are tho exponents of these measure HEALTH TALLAI EE.-Tbe 'Florldian'di aye on their demand. Floyd, J 2 Rasky, Dr.JRichard.
or A
as it was section. And it is well known how they Freemen, W 2 MusL
It :'!eei paid to the :Consul at Bahia only and principles. In this view, we ire made, by reference on the part of the Journal of the 10th inst., pays: SEA ISLAND COTTON.If -The fitness of 'erraud, II H Rllpell,J n
amount, to 8700.-0ot: sufficient to defray ball. give a hearty support to the .administration be able 'ellmore. Miss A S.
*Vxpenses. Major'B., however, before returning -' it continues the leader administration to the representatives and We are gratified to to say that n i large portion of the French possessions G. StoaisWSmart.

-" succeeded in obtaining from the as long as senators of the state where they. are tobe the health of Tallahassee continues ex in Africa for the growth of, this staple maybe Gibson. Jus steetly,S 7GillyWP
of the 'unterrified democratic. We JU5n.ll
Bra Uiangoveramemta treaty, conferring made, who( in turn arc influenced by cellent. No fears: aro entertained that readily .credited, but,that it will ever Oriadle, D G 2 ,,John WGrantRicherd
American citizens filll and'frce; right have confidence in,it t,,that it.will c.arr1.oat which has made N
the again its
upon tile letters which they receive1 from inBu- fever,. appearance be produced there or elsewhere, in any Shepherd,
to navigatojbe Amazon.within the territories the principles on the strength of which it below will visit ,this filcLrist, Cap T 9 Smith, lsaao II
t of Brazil As Peru has already was elected as it has heretofore done. ential citizens of the respective portionsof place.- considerable quantity, except as the produce I ibonMr, .Julia 11 SauodersJ. 8 .

conferred the same right, the navigation > the state' ,.urging the .several appoint* Persons at a distance need not be under of slave labor: we may be permittedto 11. To our opponents, whether editorial or the of Hines[ B J T.
"that magnificent river from its source( ; slightest apprehensions danger (doubt. r
of ncnts. .The blame then of appointments, anaon.MUsP Thomas, JM
.'lib.it.l'trout tb, Is sow open to theentcrpriie otherwise, we trust we shall. always, even from coming hero. II Iliggins.i 'ThompeonGee.W
one country men.-Char,.Stanard.eL in the heat of controversy, conduct ourselves which produce' dissatisfaction, is princaially Ja.PRWTIYG A CANDID' 'WITNESS.' -ID the ex ni-- Ileage( S Treat, RobertlI..mlhClD
fairness to be visited on ,home .;- 'Gm nation of a case on Monday, bef're'the J S 1'hlmJ. EiR.v.Gn
with .and.courtesyj; though quarters.We : ,. : SCHOOL ,FOR, s. The.: V.
Cotirt'of for assault and bit- Hastir
T !i,
CrtrWin'.CoorLEs roa =NNrssEe: $ Magistrates, !
The proprietors of,the Cumberland Ironworks we ;all know, how, in,tha.warmfhof party hope some endeavor. r will be .made_ to. printing .office_ of the, New York ;Day t cry,. the'Counsel, in cross examining ssird.AU Yanpelt
,.on Cumberland river, Tennessee, Cunteata-WO are apt to tra af'at. a gnat reconcile the differences, and to"unite the Hook haa'boen converted into a school for I of tho witnesses, asked him'what they had Hunter LUG J. \Yar.t.W F"'
;'have engaged the services of twenty Chi. :and swallow a camel.. democracy St. Johns. caching!nIa"to.I ( set types.-:Upwards. : : ofbirtyiti9 :it'the first'place they::1I stopped ? He answered 'Johnston', A Wil'wms'! ; AmeHr

'nose Coolies, as iron:workers. They areexpected this shall written further said have been in "four glasses! '.of ale." "What Johns, F WltnerK.lw rd
T o planters,,, \to try, from: It was our wish to havo ;; already; Irwin J W. J. ,Wallace, Mrs 0.
'Cincinnati < next? "Two of wine."What! ,
.. ""h to.arrive shortly will be;at forwarded to, timo.to time.to.! give,interesting .extracts ,on;>his matter, and on certain' :; comments t strutted in the art, and.new.scholarsare, ext?" "One glasses of '"What K. .,' Wil ,Joha .
f n they glass brandy. !i. tilt,*"'
.Utbeir'cestiriatior*It is!'stated that the I OD agricultural! subjects.,, .. < Inch have: been made on it, but wants of taken as fast as situations aril obtained bed ?" A ;fight, 'of course." -JVor. 1 is&Pe""u, will please tnqalrinj. thy for art letter advertised tlejtaaynot

3C in :iron ,. 'The'mercantileand ad advertising com- room forbids,". a.. .' -, -,:" for those tauht. ,' : 'Cti.i'; & ''' ::,' ri. ::Tovr.tt: ;... ..H", Jet tthem.BM.Co0PEP.M.'a .
Chinese are.Very expert working : : : : ,: ; .
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CHEAP 8TOHE. iOrseitCoert ; CHARt S'to FLORIDA
shi G.o4 ." are popular ;>
For & Hasten.Circuit Florida ,,
W'CL..RK' :
.iUa an.kao .UJa.a. See their advettico :
,BAY STREET. IMS. ,&t L'; &.isii4j4PtOfJiA
CotaaM Cotaty
neat 1 hi aaothar o laan. Their "Cherry Ezpec.Uriaat" -SsTiig Tnra q .Ji

is admlraU *for Cough *c-, and their FRESH SUPPLIES.rpnR ., .:

KarrbfleaOordlalis tU MIl maody for disease Subaeriber Ea*received.a Jargo and cia- George X Kea. .A Administrator.of to
.r th. Eawas sZut.- novl X, rant awortn> Bi of GOODS* of diflerMtHmli, of Bebeeea Charles"n. deceased. 'e.'Nadt* I. ):
electad by himself and particularly adapted to tk<
Theodore HartrUge.Administrator ef the estate {'J'f
ttis section of&le Ho
Pds..Iag.T'od' I wants invites of a call from his sit eoantry.etutoaerv rerpeeVfnilT saiL thipublic Andrew J Chart .diseased and others. the TIm CASOLTSA wOV leer CHARLKSTOXvry&f f

of Pamts who BM Vermifuge "Hi stoek eeaoista.in part ot heirs and creditors of said estate ef Rebecca y, 8&1 P.x R tmh .win loar.
gecerally. Charles deceased. PAATXJ1 oritT M/$T A. 3f. P1 COLATAl
compoed of Oil Calomel &C. are not
aware that, while th*>, appear to, benefit the STATUS AND FANCY DRY GOODS /-lEORGE E. IlJL5.AdmIeJstraior efVJT ....aa4 4CKSONYILLZ. '2'assiey, atS !? .:
Mtfjafiy the foonia- the estate of Btbc em Charles lat of amid '
they are laying
S RY. WOOD'AND CROCKERY filed bit Ball la the Chancery THE 7IOSX9'wDJ leave CD1WJCSTON er* 1
tOT a aerie or diseases sick salivation county,deceased.having ;
tins as :
J F.
TaMafew. Jt.
WARE BOO 75 AND SHOES 1M at .nu."ilI.
avd* of thio Ceisrt.suggsstiag prebebi to-
of weakness of limbs &C. PALATKA. L
loss sight, HATS AND CAPS of said estate .o'etar Jfw BLACK CRXXKrr <. "
In another colnmn wilt b 1.aDJ the adverse- solvency 1 P.M. JACZSOSYfLLL&ed.V.a.AlL
at claims
FANCY ARTICLES MUSICAL /AVSTRUXENTS. Jit OhfrrW. That persona having 'j
Heb nacVs MedieioM which ,TMae SteMora esnmsoi witfc WI &.InSerter
Bent "f to we the said estate. as creditors or otherwise
the attention of all direct lj interested in PERFUMERY against Stages of East Florida sad toaaotU Mtk way
ask ; do flU their said claim with th.Clerk ibis Coot
4*. 4**. 4*. wiifi the 5ew Railroad if
their own M well as their ChilJnn's hea1th.fa .- I in mad for tkt said eountv Colambisvea or before TorkSt.saahiprCszuIIns. !
above Good will. sold
All of on signed an4th.Wfls.n Boat
Liver Conplants and all Orion arising = term a*at any house in the eitv.Novtf the thirteenth day of Fabmmry- D. eighteen Pasuags tnoLcWlMUm et luboftW.t> u'
those of bilious should make hundred sod fiftyfour.And : F
from a type, use H'B-W CLARE. .
nine medicinelIobenk'.Liver !VI !n that this notice b*pabiisbed U sou newspaper froa Pleolata saL PaUtka $ -
of the only gen !ff l OS No.4. BYENE'3 BTJILBINO No4. fa ibis Cil'nit one a week waUl UM UJ Ferrteres J...
Fills. J.W. (.
tics efaW period. Mar Uth. 1853. iaesM. ..
y-'Be ntt dec'ired,"but ask f>r IlobeBsacV's JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. aAT-arscrr jaCKSomLiz. W A FORWARD,Judge,Ac. 'BELLZCBASSX. *.FI5IUAN.M <

Worm Syrup and Liver PiUs an J observe that ,_ now receiving a largo,now and detent assortment A true copy.. Test.Jttle4tI'lJ "aboDYil1e.- .

etch hts the ignatnrr of the Proprietor N.HOBKNSAf'K rpHE PROPRIETOR of this wen known House is pleased to 13 of Fan and Witter DRR GOODS of the _S gcaMQKoroH. Clerk. RLRZID, J'atdbi. "-

as none else are genuine. and those visiting the -gunny South" for Health or t announce that to his hU old HoM Friends and Patron., tacit fashionable and latest styles, embracing every > 5-tf : a. r 'b:
IVssVBeirVy. hu .
nwy 14-ly thorough renovation,and has been well fitted up knit the most fastid.oav: .Ddergone description and variety of Staple and Fancy Circuit Curt
to the Banding and having most of his Rooms furnished with new Furniture, basing eatire.made another addition article ALSO.Groceries Eastern Grant / J7.rit-CWwnSii Cnuat,.. SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA. itci..

NEW SKY-LIGHT Having visited the North very recently, for the purpose of ascertaining from Liquors Wines Glass and Crockery. MAT TERM, 1653 .
the means best adapted to the comfort aid convenience Travellers and Invalids eJ'lOlJaI from that oMerntioa : trtdGe very largo and complete assort IN CHANCERY. for Injunction 'For'Palatka, E. Fla., <>,:{
Section :
DAOTJEBBEAH OALLEET. the I feel fully to give ** 01 r and Children's Shoes. Hats.Caps '.' .
prepared nranee to three 7itrkf
country who visit House will of- Dan'e*, JJntntinek St.
my that they and Distribution said Estate. y ,
meet; Ac Ac. For sale low. for Cafe
accommodation which Baakets. ,
attention e.
nndersigned begf leave to inform the citi- ,i with every can be reasonably expected
THE of Jacksonville and vicinity, that he : The proprietor has also secured the service of a Lady of long standing and onlnby (eet 15) M.CLIKLASD. George X MeCIellmn Administrator ef Rebecca Jfary't: ; JaektontiUf, Mtdtftcfary,

i*now established in his NKW SiT-LlOBT G ALLS i 1\1 1U rr. He will spare no pains to make his Hou,e one of the beet in Florida and reputation hopes"y as keeping a nODII&ee GREAT BARGAINS. Charles! .deceased (. Black> Creek') and..Ptcotata".

oa Fonrth-st., second house west of Doctor and giving his personal attention to basinet, to merit and reeeir T vi. -
Hnlland's reeidenee,) where he is prepared to take ''PuHie. He respectfully solicits a call from his friends and travellers general!,. the P"1""**" of the SELLINGOFFATREDUCEDPItICE3 Theodore Hartridge, Administrator of Andrew I .Tnt new and $ riorsfcm;

Picture in a manner not surpassed by any. Be''; cr A large and extensive LITEHT STABLE is attached to the Hoa *. f'J1ItE Saboeriber a* agent for n..lIkiD'.t HardeeL Chariot deceased and others tko heirs and paeketa ST.JOHNS,.Capt. James .
has spared no expense in fitting up his rooms having j I a- The Western Stage leaves the House soon after the arrival of the Boat. I -offer tber; entire stock of merchandise eon- creditor of Mid estate of Rebecca Charles dce- eebo D.lUlci 1\1 GASTON. '
room for Ladies Cttod Oct 22d 1853-4m and having been made to by affidavit that Capt Thomas Shaw wilt leave Savannah for the
a splendid reception up (. PaprtT ktor. Jisting of Dry Good. (Gro.-erH Hardware r appear above
in a neat and tasteful style. beides hw large fine I Clothing at reduced prices. The most of this Thomas Hughe Hines and Dm all* his wife, places aa WITh 8$. ebea Thnr .

SKT-LtoHT enabling him to take picture i la I I W altmB SAMUELmm I stock was purchased before the advance in goods. Reuben Charles Nancy Gbomb,. Stephen Rhea ,| day Gaston morning._ 14th iaet, at II *Vo.k. and Wm. .

groups or ling1,.iD clearer cJondy weather. E. !}! and eonMquently can be sold much lower on that and Louisa bin wife Micajak Davis and Evelina clock, and on will Tuesday morning. 20th fast at 10 o'.
continue to leave
satisfaction all who his wife and Darid Defendant said at the same hoar
feels confident giving to may i aeeoanL. Person wishing to avail themselves of Brandon to I and
favor him with a call. He i it thankful for vast I! aa opportunity getting gcod bargain, are tori- BilL reside berend toe limit of raid State. and : boat very carrying Thursday the U.Tuesday S.Mail thereafter-th*latter '.
patronage and hopes to receive a continuance of ted to eel and examine this stock until the lit of within the Emits of the United State: For freight *r I-

the same; and those who do not want pictures are i i December as all that remains on hand at that On motion of James M Baker Solicitor for sage. having handsome board state room nceommoda.ttoas. .
apply oa
respectfully invited to call and examine his Room timewillbeelo.edoffatauetion. Complainant.It or to,
and specimen JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAtbo Oct 22,1853. P MOODY Agent it UrfrnJ That notice be given In somenewspaper J Il H 4IUNBT Agent III ara1'llaJ.a., .
M. W. GRAVES. ia this Circuit said BJJCANOV A.A Jaehl..i. 0
: published ,requiring
___DOT_ -ly D. o 1: C7"Us will also settle up the book accounts of Defendant to and answct said Complain- c'The St.John* wilt go to 8t Angnstia every

THe "MAGNOLIA HOT" m i the firm. mt'i aid Bill within appear four month irons the date of 4th trip commencing (leaving Savannah) on tho

VOULDinorm the public that he hasjast made extensiveaddilionsto linstock of New Goods New Goods! he publication of this Order. otherwise said bill 29th fast. septl9-T

On the St. John'sUnder 7A'rDi3 JJS T31ST: : AHID IPAHC7 ABT3C2,23! JUST received by Steamer, a rich and well Ie- win And bo taken that aid pro Order oonfeaw be against utlished.them.aa aforesaid. THROUGH TICKETS TO CHARlESTONI ,

charge of Capt. 0. J. Murry. of te very best quality, carefully selected by liini.lf, and especiaiij d.'ptcdto i the stock of Domestic and Fancy Dry Hats.Good. once a week for tour months MeV Utk. 1853. VIA. 3A Y .
is for the trad* of the He would invite the citizens of Ready Made Clothing, Boots and Shoes W A FORWARD. Judge*e-
THIS a new House recently opened country. Jacksonville, and others vis The friends and patrons of the subscriber are solicited TICKETS through to Char-

of Boarders and visiter itingthe place, to give him a call at the to rail and examine his present Stcck, consisting june A-im true copy. 8 Test EcAtBotoroH. Clrrt. .at lesion,by tbe Steamer WELAKA.

from the North during the e nsuing and future BRICK STORE. BAY STREET in part of small figured Prints orGingbams, from Palatka and Jacksonville to' ,

seasons.It and amine his stock a part of which is enumerated below, m do laines alpaeeas mohair lusters broekadeal- Vacation in July-In Cttancery.Epbraim Saraanak ISUKD and by the daily Steamers from
: Savaanak
is situate immediately on the St. Johns paeeas eaneleon lusters. Persian cloths English &t !Ia will be toned at Palatka

Liver, about 22 mile from J.
shart distance from the mouth of Black GohMigic Hunter's m de lames, black and colored silks plain ags;nit Far from Palatka toCbarlastoa, tlOOO
Creek PenrlanJ
GoM nod Silver Hon. Shell C.uvl
; IW.- and Port Mon and em\J.euhimere shawls hosery,gloves,laces Joseph S BaVer Samuel fpe eer.George H Smith Jacksonville a 00
anJ is most favorably !oc.ted and conveniently tern, aid Openel Faced; with variety of Fob, flairi; 'srt .tsket; Combs, or every variety; dress trimings. bonnets, ribbons very rich gaiton. I and Hiram Robert. Dtf"dti The WELAKA leaves PaTatka every Monday

fitted up fur the purpose meoti>ne<,i. Arrange.me&H Vest, Uiid and Chataline CHAINS. p"\u Wright; 'or..J Necklaceiiaud Bracelet!; booties stipus. french tie,children' shoe of all TT baring been made to appear to my satisfaction morning and Jacksonville every Monday night.

are mid for the accommodation "r, JEWELRY.Gold Coat LinkWook; Boxes; Writing Deekflj kinds. gnt' ware. A very rich assortment of J. on the affidavit of Ephraim L Harrison the K. R.DUKE Agent Palalka
a..e'f't ..hty boirJers aoi already numerous Loctfts BracolctF Watch SeaN and tin ISIt'd Accordeons; Port Folios! ; Pocket ready made eoaU pants, .vests bat. boots shoes husband of Jalia A Harrison,complainant in the .. P' WA VEE* *. Agent Jaekllo.

lIitert Ltveav4.ieJ! thems Ins of a location Keys Llllies'to"l..hf'; ; Books:Bi'l'! Book; Port Moiin.ue, of and bootie shirt, collars cravats, scarls ties, above stated case that Joseph 8 Baker. Sannel iept .18i3-ly LOcals Mirror copy.]

at ihe '." ,;uQli."' The House is convenient I-'rosses': : ; Cuff Pins; Breast Pin; ncty. B ck Gammon B t) a fiue.Viaer.il Spring and b)ats and ; Vt aDd Glove Pius, for Digutrreu- Boinl DoMino Tti BUs ; s Jlen an I band ; negro clothing and cloths, very cheap. abort bill of complaint reside! ont of the State of FOR ENTERPRISE .
for the poneys I types, Er Drops ned flier; Sleeve Buttons ; ; aud other articles i Please call and examine goods and pnccs. Florida and within the United State*,-aad it alto And aft the
ke1.t The
are )'eofeoingthither. too
and Stud Gold and l Silver Pencil: GaM Pens; numerous mf'n'IOD. Sold for cash only. appearing to mo that *bill has boon tied by complainant interrneellateJ,4jg* ontJi

pruprieUr respectfully mvitrs strangers and I Gold anagilvfr! Thimbles GoM and Silver CUTLERY. eptl7-c J. n AMEKMANT. in tko above earn against the wud defendant ST. JOHNS UJVIX.
citizen to -drop in" or sojourn at the Spectacle-,o'J and Silver Toothpick" &c. &c. Pearl. Shell, awl. hurl Handle.( Pocket *: THE Steamer Darlington
n.JitHnosei'i ill winter or!'Imm"r. and tliusff Knives, of Ready Made Clothing. On motion of James A Peden. Esq. solicitor forE J&t Cret.r.Xiarv-.m
every viriety. Jaekson'
.rl Wn *a opp.irtnnity of devoting hit attention FINGER RINOS.Ditmoml.Seil Kixors, shears, '>ci"" &c Hunting all of Knives. .I LIST received by steamer, a fresh stock cf sn- L Harrison and wife It it Ordered That the ride every Saturday. leave
.ic their comfort which it will give himself Pearl .nd Ilaby set Rings; rrow the best m.kers which are J perior ready made clothing of the best made aid Joseph S Baker, Samuel Spencer and Hiram 8 o'clock arriving Palatka morning, at
an. warranted same day.-leaVfar
JbJ, tie able superirtenJcnl much pleasure Phin aDd Scle Jo.. of every variety. genuine and latef French styles bine cloth track and dress Robert appear on or before the 14th day of Ko- Palatk. at o'clock Mra, morning in
PERFU3IERY. black doe skin vomber next enraing the date of this order and conneetion -
to naoifrxt. coats rich embd. satin vests pants with the steamers CarrJi.s.nd W tld .
J. A. SUJIMERLI.V.Noverf 3ILVEK WARE. Luliin's Eitncr G-rmm Cologne. Fancy fancy do.all kinds <>f hats boots shoe,Ac. Boys' plead. answer and demvr to the bill of complaint turning win leave EnterprUs at 5 o'clock Taesdar.
Fork, T.iBc.Te.1. nod Desert Spoon, Soup Toilet .inj clothing a fine assortment of complainant*-otherwise the matter and things morning and Palatka at 8 o'clock
>erber 26-6-n hiring Snaps Ch treoal To tjl Wednesday
]Lullee | therein ,tated.ill be decreed against them or
.... ; MigT: Spoons; S.tlt .Spo.>n Mutir1] pjste, Pomatums Hair Oils and Pr' iorv ,Ii... Sold for cash only. T n &urn\t \\r nH AfiKftm ftfl IA tint &! atItitfnrtbr "It"-'l. morning. A. j|._REED.
r '- n''roo .au CU"IDtlltf'r; ALSO O,'ererlthat of the foregoing 15Y (Si .nseisenesjte.
Dying ind Renovating Establishment. Block No. 2. aeopy
Knives Sal lin Eynu'a
: Rings; Cup. C..rJ CaSt aDJ C1ock'l. Lwking OI8' sp7-c order and notice be published onee a wed! ,
.3 furL-ttnet ttrar the Court lloate, Port ro"n'I" Spy OI H.Th4'r. for the space of four months preceding the sai =, Li-tf Artnt ft Patott*
eOnetcrs thins. >
SJVINVIH, GEORGIA. SIL' R.PL.tTED WARIn.. >wJer Ffik, shot Notice. 14th day of Norember. in the Jacksonville New ,
71 Tee SeLCike; 1lket4. Castor : &c. l.1'Ih., IIlir, IIn.1 Nail Brushes. THE firm of Rise A PCRVIAXCE. heretofore ex- a newspaper printed in the town ot JacksonvilleDaraleoonty. JACKSONVILLE MALE INSTITUTE
tSTABUSHED l" 1&52. 'upq. 81h lIith
Fi-73: otliernrtiles .
cel1\l' e.III l1Iick nrnny usually found ill Ii tiDI at Trader'Town,Camden county,.Geo. July 7th 1853. -THIRD TEAR.-
T.IE '' grateful to his pitr"u< and Butter Kniypli. &'. storenfthe kin. baring dissolved Copartnership on the 29th day of r WILLIAM A FORWARD Judge Ac. REV. I. SWART A. M.

relt U tnthiirci>atiaue
fiite ibit, in Jlitt, I tot the improvements in 11tK ANI JJ wY 11alr friends and tbe Public generally that the business I july 9-4m I V QAR5IE. Oerk.
Sov 1t./P.I/Nf4'IJ at that place! will be conducted by them. Theyare Sates Tnltfoa.
i'yiuj *'''ifcl by him during his list chit toEiL.u .1.\1) ar.IJJl.IXl'. J. Orthography
and well selected Attachment. Reading. Defining Arithmetic
at this time receiving a large and
'u I >CJtl uii,h I" n>*le
4rra.etneutsUUILtre5 -- stock of Goods suitable to the trade of the adjoining Penmanship per quarter cleveh weeks'S4,CO
!f..r .x.l iin hii hv which beijnoweutt'i.t : AttachmentDurcanL Sea Island Roller Cotton-GIns. Counties in Georgia and Florida and solicit Hankins"1 Hardee, 1 Amo_ _. .S G Emerfuon otrapliT. 1'"l'r. c .-y. iui'

to 1)ye a 3rraer v.tri.fy of Colors on Clinch. -nnE ...s..t....,5..een..1 toe in. nt>eral patron tberae: or'heir I .) kin i Sacked. Lyne*1 Co. )t Higher branches and ofan do- 6.00
-il..1J1. .lte.i DrMhtwls.&cflicb II }AwM1ltwwBloOP, 1. a; of which 2>. has been heretofore the recipient Defendant and all others interested an r and Scientific .1fathl1ll&tjeal

t'... WI.'JT-B-;' ally! pic.seail! who 11141 ftvorIn John C Ca'boun. Damages 2000. takes tl-Jt opportunity; to inform the Plan THE notified the commencement of thi p The Ancient course do. Aan,

M with tivir p tr .ii e. nilE dcfendarit.an'l a'I others intfrc!te,l are tees of Sea Island Cuttoa that be continue,to manufacture New Store-Groceries.roftMEBLT suit returnable to the next ensuing term of thi Sept 17 Languages do. 10,0"

t; tlrtu.-u's 0'rneu'v Dye'l. Cleaned 111' L hereby notifisJ of the commencement oi this the latest' improved JbJ.'er Cotton Goes, ( occrriED BY IILS.C. WILLIAMS.) Circuit Court of Dnral county being on the thiri; Jy t
C-j T4iel, uiL by attachmeit retu ab'e t" the next doable aid "in: at the lowest rates. For the Monday of November A D. 1853 and to r
uj .e tired the .ensnn. appeal FEMALE
iu *tin dnrabili' anJ received stall supply of INSTITUTE.
rtrsfrl .; sprirg term tf the Oircnt Court of Pntnnm y qaality of the Gins apply to tbe JUST and plead to the came within three month (torn I
Ul' icQi!i4 jreoeriUy su nucu follirving! GROCERIES, MISS P. SWART
oantv. to be he1 at Pa'atka, on the third Tue xgcnts. & the date hereof.McQUEEN AND iltts. M.JJAKLOrT,
>liis'lii-f.itn-u friend P Munford which offered at wholesale and
| ;
CenterviKc rifle do. ;
and McINTOSH PlttrJ AssOciaTe
da of April next to appear and p'ead to the Ally.Jacksonville. Pit5C1P515.
L.!b..s'U inH, Dye I. B.?.iche retail,at cash prices. Sept 8. 1853. 10th-3m. TIn studies of this Institution will be resumedontberirstilOBdayofOetoberiiext.

ii I Ue ta.>" (II liO'I"I.IIt'! styles. Order from McQUEEX )IIXTOSnno Uillard.t IIafWuc. do T D Dexter, Mineral These GOODS have been selected, and every .

iheeia'Itn |iuQcitiiiy( HttenloJ to. Terms 12 3n PltflTs A'torney. N A Har Je A Co, Sa- I Spnnps. do, article is warranted to prove satisfactory or maybe Citation. Terms of the Institution according to studies
vannah. Oeo. I IIII Ho .Jaeksonville returned- (July 9-tf J. B.HOWELL. .
iail'rtte iTiej pircs! Ire sent by Eteaiu- IL SMITH, Sheriff and Ex-OS puaaed.n.
but or r.Ii.4'1. w..r.l sWil) be ncut"him by RanD Fortes. J Way M T.t King.'dn' Wnght A Pathey, Al.i- Genuine. GEORGE 8trato of tile estate of Is sac English branches freia *4 to $.
Fresh and
lIOn BethelGeo. E F Garden Seed ,
lettenhnuh thfPmt Office tbit deal largeiv; in Piano Forte for the gator Bush deceased haring tiled in office French and Ornamental branches extra.
so he H."IXG A A DcLorrac.Danen.do my
rray t Homo Allendarsoo 0S of Mr. David N B
reeivedfrom Nursery -
lt-e ye.ir.I feel conSJcnt that wifl be
k ne none written of the of aid given by Jlrs.
w ill for JeST
ier ;o e i hrm. : MiCall Contervillase, I tale do suggestion Insolvency .
mt the finest and purest toned and best fini!hed th. near Philadelphia a full assortment "L'll1" Institute.t Pupils Dot
.'>' I 15 ALEXANDER GALLOWAY.R. will be selected. Tbe host reference in this city A Bezant TraderS liJl. I A VTaterman. do, of fre.h and genuine Gar Seed, growth 185i. estate the English ._sept 71 attnclhtr tf .

,ven-perwns who have purchased Pianos and l1l1or -o I! W A Knox. Micanopy, Rata Bags Turnips Long Scarlet Radish Tint u therefore to notify all persons hating
DEf.4- BAXTER,Dental !Melodeons[ for thclaat two years Al!o. a fine Iltor A A R Km?, do, A J Priest Flemi *ton, Flat Datch" Long Salmon: do demands agaibsllaid estate, to file their claim* JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY

v'g>t Surgeon hu per. f Guitars Violiw. and String. Accordion,Sheet King A Porvinaace. do, C Von Doblen PalaU, Red Top Royal Cabboge Lettuce, duly proved and authenticated, before the Ca
manently located at Danbar AnnMACHINE
IDic..te.[ AU alIbe old at New York prices MeytH,do. Hayward A Dawson. Large Globe Early Cabbag. do Judge of Probates of I1nYal coaet,. on or before
Jacksonville md is fully prepared to insert teeth \y L. }I. FOLOM. S B Thompson A Co Charleston, S C. Yellow Aberdeen White Cu do the Tenth day of March next, at which WORKS.

on the' mont imrored p'ans, and having a large N. B.-OIJ: Piaios taken in exchange for new Gee Black!L Brown Creek,X, E F. I B L Ilenot do. Landretb's Early YorkCabbage lime there will be 1& pro vita distribution of THE Jacksonville Foundry and Jla-'
apply At to-t beautiful Poree'ain Teeth. hew "tII'nan- Corn Sa'ad do
prepared t nert them either with or without ncs. nor 5 The saliscr.bcr; keeps on hand at the lowest .' Large do Asiatic Cauliflower, tbe funds of siid estate amongst the creditor short Works are now prepared to famish' .

the eontmaongums, ia such a manner as to goa. Staves Stoves at Great Bargains. prices. Boxes and Brushes. Whipers for Gins. Rol Green Glazed do Late Dutch do thereofaccording to the statute in each eases POll notice

raotjrfati'facbn.Nerv \ LOT of late inproved,hot-air Cooking Stores ler, Ac., be aLto repairs, Gin at tbe lowest rates. Early Flat Dutch do Extra Early Beet. made and provided. Saw-Miris Smithing. 1DfDi"l and

ef afeing Teeth destroyed without pain \ with LanGE OVFNS : also Penny Stoves and Persons in want of Gins will please direct their Large Drumhead do Long Blood do Cite v JT ay AaA, and the seal of SteamEngines.from one Finishing in all their

pos:lively. Stove Pipe.eoctt;*it'y on hand over B'ondpood! Aonsc's orders to the subscriber, at St. Marys Geo, or to do do Savoy do Early Turnip Rooted, [EJL.J] said Curt this the Eighth Jay of Sep. to hundred horse branches.

!: Referetcs given to many of those for whombe Store. nov 5 L.M. FOLSOM. his agents. THOS. VANCE. do Green Carld do Plain Parsley umber, A D. 1853.FELIX Sugar MUll Pumps.
ha operate at this place. nov 29 ly June 25-1m Sugar Parsnip do Spinach; London Leek. LIVINGSTON Horse Power Steam.Roata and SawMill .

_Offiie ia th_>rnu Store. Byrne's Building. N. A. COHEN & COIIN, r'or sale, at Grist Mitts. repairing.b.
ot Probates of Daval
Imprrten and Dealers in Sea Island Cotton Gins. octS-3l APOTHECARY HALL. Judge county. Castings of Iron orSrass. Drawings and estunatos-

ORANGE SPRING HOTEL. For"I" ni'i D'tm' tir Dry Gnods, T liE SUB IRI ER take this opportunity to Sept 10 6m Bells in this of any Ieft required without charge.

EST FORIDA No 175 But Bay Charleston. S. C. inform tbe planters of Long Staple Cottons MAGNOLIA HOUSE. Administrator's Notice. When *01l.'I
that he still
continues the manufacture ofthe latest
THIS Hotel i now open for the re.-ption of ATH41" A.COHEILEOPOLD CORf. improved P.oller Horse Gins double and single at JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. ALL person having jort claims of any descrip- to put in opperation all Machinery purchased *i
Nov ly ns, reasonable
the Estate Jacob M. Rohrer. upon terms.
an<0te traveling public. M e deem his usual rates and is ready to fin an orders at the
KunneeesBa-y toUIade to the superiority of the C. OAK & SON shortest D tk.. For the reputation of the Gins jI THE SUBSCRIBER his just cotn- deeeafed are hereby called upon to present the MOONEY OOOKEf.

location over another in the Peninsular and the annfartnrer[ did D< aterr in Gnns.,Pistols, Ac- apply to the following agents,or to those who hare pitted the above House fitting it up in the same without delay.duly authenticated to the undersigned. mar 1.-tt' Founders and Xachmests- ; -
rare miners! qaaties of this Spring. as both are "SO.YVILLE. FLA.X them in use. mot comfortable style, and will use every exertion Those not presented within two years
estab whed bevoi cmvil. The proprietor is ev- J.AC AGENTS. to please all that may favor him with their from this date will be forever barred and thOM indebted HOUSE FOR MAL1.t .

erting everj effor to render bit guest comfortableand WOULD inform the pab- VQtalonga A Aeost, Centervillage, Georgia. tatronage.Fartiealar. will please make immediate pavment. A MODERN FINISHED two story

only CAVes ajittle more time to complete his lie that they are prepared to Milliard A Margraves. attention paid to Invalids.A. GABRIEL PRIEST. Rouse. situated in a pleasant portion of

arrangenmts! 5Dsajg "alL Invalids can have manufacture at short notice Laj-tlrger Harris Elirabcthtown, Lounds Co, COY oct 8-2m Administrator. the town. The walls are of lard finish and
BMical at kiM of RIFLE or other Corner Ocean and Monroe-etreetr. ,
and sub extra attention as their tll.ti" ; allY Georgia. the roof is tinned.
re1 ire O own Hacks will be in atten- GUN in a style u.isurpa!sed Charles n. Campfield Savannah Georgia. Jacksonville Nov.20. 1852 1 Notice. There Is a vacant lot ad-
4ueoa."II"after th.Mth Nov. on the arrival of by any makers. They keep Cooper A Gilliland. Good Stabling for Horses.PAVILION j_tf_ THIRTY days after data I shall apply to the joining, that will be sold with the bonse,If desired

the &>. at Palatka. K. S DARGAN. I constantly on band at their, C. Stcbbins, Riceboro'.Liberty Co. Honorable Judge of Probate, for leave to sell by the purchaser. For '>., apply ta

BOY 1 Proprietor. manufactory. Rttta Gon, Pistols. Powder. Shot' B. \V. Allen,Dorchester, I HOTEL, the Real Estate belonging to Jacob M.Rohrer Apr9-tf BELLECHASSE & F15EGA5

Lead Percussion aJ" Flasks. Shot Pouches and Scott A Doveanz, Charieston S. C. deceased a* follows: One Store-Houae and Lot.at 13-l' B.-If oof cold ia two wicks. tie *

STORE NO. 4.BYRXES Bolts. Elastic GanUadling. and all other sports Capt BenJ.R.Bythewood. Beanford,S.C. CHARLESTON, 8. C. Middleb rg. E Florida; the lot measure 39 frees bore premises will b*to let. B & F.

man',articles- Together with Bowie Knives and BIsi.ee A Canova Jacksonville E. } BY H. L. BUTTERFIELD. front. 50 feet deep. GABRIEL PRIEST.

LUILD1XG, Dirk.of every detcript'mn. and a variety of othernicies harris Leo A Co.Ocala oct IS 6in. oct 8-1 m Administrator 1
unnecessry to mention. K. B.Duke,Palatka House and lots for Sale. .
Administrator's Notice.
FOR RENT. RIFLES. SH rf-GUNS AND PISTOLS, S L. Niblack A Co. Alligator. 150. Merchant's Hotel $1,50. indebted to the estate Robert Two eornor lots in a most desirable part of ..

TIT Entire Stock now on band for sale at retail I nov 12 repaired and warranted. 6m TuHin A Spencer.White Charlatan S.C. ALL persona, deceased,will please make payment ;,f.r a resdenee.on eec at whisk Is aeod

wholesale at prime coftconsisting ofrianela. ATattsA Cole Hamburg. 1brty Co.,Fla. to the undersigned and all having claims "-niD containing fire rooms well Snished.with
Kereys Jeans : L. ALSO ahainst said estate will them within an necessary outbuildings, and a well of the most
Bsacho-l and Brown Sheeting; Dealer in Furniture of all ki"J6, Extra Boxss Rollers and Brushes can be bad ct TilE undersigned having leased this the time prescribed by please present excellent water are offered for sate at a reasona

Etey sad Plain Prints Mourning do, PinG F.irte Melodeons, faih. the subscriber at moderate rates. Persons wanting .Hotel situated in King street solicit from law.JAMES WINTER. ble price For particulars, enquire at this office.&n .
?& tr
hn tan Prints; Doors Window Blinds, late improved Gins or Gins repaired, will please direct to agents the travelling public a share of patronage.Board. Jacksonville. Oct 8. 1853. 2m -
hut and Fig. DeLains: Stoves and Mattrasws or to S. I.BURNS tl 50 per day; single dinner. SO ets. only. For Sale. "
learning DeLains 14-gia St Georgia. oct 1-tf JAMES M. HERST. A uabdx'NoUc .
: SAMMIS' BLOCK. may Marys s.-t A HIGHLY Improved LOT actuated at fi
iabi.ersaad Ginghams; I Bay street Jacksonville Florida. i1OAItD1G. Jacksonville & Alligator Plank I LL PERSONS harinttJaatelaima of anydcwription ._ .the centre of the Tepee which b Urge- -
Apron Chocks and Woil. Shawls SOY I. CmJafSatoncille H. .n against the Estate Charles Byrne deeed.,
I*'* FsraitsreDewk MRS. KELLY'S Boarding House cooL Road. and nnodiotisBordieg Honse.thre*stories high
; of Adorns anSI l Laura streets is now who are hereby called open to present the fame without THIRTY rod rooms with TWENTY-THREE
4oU.aad Ladies Hoeery; l'OTlCF. II hereby given to authenticated*to the undersigned.
Mssetuaad Boys do; awlAWffulor: Plank Rnml. o(>en for the rec'ptian boarders. Those ho NOTICE not paid their first instalments that delay Those duly not presented within! two years from this fire place with all neeefaarr' out-bondirars.. good -

Liten Diaper. BIk. sad FIranc Silk j aM'-boflis't hanth vantftl. may favor her with their patronage will find suite will be Imnediatclflnstitnted against them date will b* forever barred. wter.Ine shad TIm treea.B. Also; i

Pfhop Lawns Book Muslins; 25 tn 30 her Lome a comfortable bom. The bourestinds for the same. GEO W CALL TERESA A. '. Admin'x. 'nnt1-

ran v Caaketa. Boots awl Sb. Crockery NOTICE is hereby given to alt stockholders in. : on one of the highest locations in the Out 13. 1853. 1m 5evetary.I N.B.-Joseph Flnegaa Esq, Jacksonville I b ALSO

Lamp Glass Ware Umbrellas Wines and Uqatrs whs may propose to furnish la.bor ci'y is airy aol pleasant hiving been recent. my authorized Agent,in all business relative to the APRIVATEBCTDENCEontn ndfom. _
.. for tie construction of the same ; ; lug JoL This I beonridered the vaJua-iLi
materials most
too numerous U mention all of which and OFFICES TO RENT. i Estate. TERESA A. BYRNE.
I india in
wj besoU at cost. nov 19 I'I that by the terms of tte charter they have a pre- ly painted, oow complete order. 21-Cm bio property h this thriving twn.and win bo*>]&
!I I tbe rnbacnSer Is now read to Jae1tlo.D..i1It' July 30, 1S53. 3m I, THC subserfber rent several rooms may low. Apply to WK P. DEWEZs

Mirror Office For Sale.! I Stfortbesame. THOS. LEDWIT suitable for offices in Byrne's Row. ; Notice. J. ,A pril2-tl .
THE health of the junior partner is such as I Oct Uth 185X 1m Superintendent.Taibrlnj. /TlflE SDBSCRISER hivin recently opened NovS i PERSONS baring nay demands against Citation '
him t in active I ALl of Columbia Creditors.
compel engage a more JL > Estate Martin
the above noose, would soFicit Received.By
business while the senior farmer Just I ASXJUSEfc, A4.lniatratHx.ftl..'
being a by na- county deceased are requested present POLLY
tire is aeetrons oT turning his attention to that THOMAS ANDREU the patronage of the public. There are at tht.imelOm.a..e JOSEPH 'V HERNANDEZ ,Draper and I within th* tim prescribed by law or this no- ef John A.Jonea,;late of Dnval
I to six rooms anoeeapied, several o I
braach industry; hence a bargain will be givenp IT TELL known to boexperiea in cutting and the semi with fire places. The Ilonsc within Tailor abcautSfallotof blue and tic will be plead in bar| and all those indebted to **.nty,deceased. having this Ony .414 |B ..
a Broadelotu.bI.ek. ;
pve aeer. French greenCaeiaerus : said Estate are required to eom*forward and make office "nttell'.UHtloa of the
\V informs the citizens of Jacksonvilleand one hundred and fifty yards of the Poet Office and insolvency(
The b.in oIth. making, ,plain and fancy; .
offir fa if not
M oqnaL npt.her" torwerly immediate jaymvnt. .H entatf
that to has taken the house wharves. The undersigned is agent for Gen Scott'sTour i
this vicinity of different patterns
that of oSee in tb. State It b* Vesting spIcy style ANNA MART JONES '
any may where Thu.is therefore
belonging to Mr. Th. \v Jones bone coach and two horse back mail lines, order abort notie andS to notify aUpersocshiv.ing .
stated II follows which will be made to oa Admfaistratrit
: !.
.ive all orders that are entreated both leaving for Ocala semi-weekly. For further I may claims aglnf_T.I
Oar cucaUtioa about inwe. bet*now ready t*reo ansurpasmd- Oct29. &.to appear and "
WO with manner -
regular$1100 to him. lie wsrraaU all suits garments particulars.apply at the offices of the Jacksonville Adminhrtratrix Sa1e.. the time with. me, duly proved,ant anthcnticateJa -

lvertisiitgiisg..atI.u 2000 to be fitted and made lias "CIA' .tl. as at any News and Republican. JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ TlTILL-1M sold before Ute Cowrt HOMO door in c
Tbe J b will reach 800 other place ia the Uaifcd Siatef.C.wn JAMES n. ASKEW I Vlr the town of Alligator, Colombia ceent day ef May next, when ther*win be ape ra

Thas making at*low calculation m gross business <. repaSrint- aid cleaninjif Oct will%be'53 clone. at Flintk J"n.10..1 52. If rnLa.1e1L AS'D T.xXeE, on the First Monday of November..,tteabltI. diatriontira of I Ke assets of*iM rotate amongst 1;

of .... to 'JOM m year as the advertising the shortest notice. y PLANTERS HOTEL Jacl>.sivm Cast TUrUa* to aa order of tbo Honorable Judge of tbo Probate th* erdiln thereof,aeeorifng to tk. statute
7T I. Covt for said C...the Wlowing tracts of Isad.situatediliflSaSd -
patronage may be almost it not ouit*doubled.Th A CABI thanks his a rich coast ma Ian I provided. "
1OSEPII T.:. A DEZ returns to ,
t said Coavtr. to wit tTho
materials in the *&o*consist of m eompleaYarietyel the ladies of Jaek- Charleston S. C. boing *
C. Given aBdfr .
a J friends and the public generally,for the liberalpatronage SiMdNKiofStriofe \ a.. ,aUMPro1lat.

llolS Plain lia.Piea and Fancy;.SM Job the. Txpe.Small from Flea.KoapT W*- MISS aDd teach virility Kaao that and ah-Voeel is now Musk ready at > 4 Tec arxlersijzncJ i would re.!pcctfalJtdly he has received,and hopes by strict attention I I tioa 31aad N' jotS theN W | ol8W | of faction 32 in 'office Davaleonnly, and nndcrt* -

'hi Lose Priaer. aM 1M IbL Brevier m N*. J"asaiagton and fiowTlonnerlT prepared to belcneiBS 0 Mr.Thomas .ST.J.n.e. in for n'bis friends and the Public,.er- to busioe to merit a continuance of tbe Township No.1.5 Range Ko.17 oontaining [svu.IsrsiI[ | .ha d Court thin the.twenty

Press m 6wr Royal Job Press to- the ExplaBatloii e'teaDI8.ill' be Jyen"poD! ally that be baa leased that extensive and well urn*. Ilavirg jntt received a fine awortnent of I ono kondnd and sixty am oT wad j old-'aa the ftftkd.7 October, Ithey.sof

fHaor with the. fixture to make noonupMUofie Jacksonville. Oct 2, know establishment,the PLANTER'S HOTEL roodseowristing of blue and black CLOTHS of i property of Martin Hair las of said Oantr, deoeasod. mr 1M.m thmunaJ efglt hndrwi
ThU *ba the.mOl has not < application. and is BOW ready for Ute reception of visitors. Its Sfcrar.tiwalitieB.Waek and entered CASHMERS, Terms efiale .a4.tmowa. the day.of 'aadSfty4beee. I
seas aid bat eee year. Notice to Debters and Creditors. eligible location being convenient to all the bnriesstoealities. LIKENS and DRILLS for pants,'TESTINGS of al*. ANNA MART .JOSES' FELIX ttmaSTOY ,

year.Abagaiaisffred. a LL Persons having demands agaList tim Es- will commend to those who visit different paterna. TRI> Ao, Ac, direct Alligator, Sept 17-Pt Admlsratri!. .1Q"
North be to prepared to execute an work ? rProba.tea of Jhival eooafr .
DADE!A ROYAL JUie ef Area Tisot.deceajoO. are requested the city ort Msiness and no exertions or expensewtl1bus from the -
the to his care with despatch and in a workmanlike O ct o. _
nor 12 Usa Florida. to present them to the wdenigned duly authea. ;ir I by tbe Proprietor to promote entrusted A DMINISTRATOR'SNOTICK-No- vlJlt
He invites all to him taIL .
give a
floated withisj the tiaMpreserioed br Law. or this eona fort n-i eoavedeueesfhis giiestsaud: renter manner. -** tiesb herebygfvca that Six !T.ks from Howe for sale. _

L.M.FOLSOM eMtianes t* teach notice wa ho plead JI isv t and aU those indebted his house in ovary rerpoet, worthy of the public (oa Neman street) assuring second the door publie from that Dr.his Byrne'snew priees I date hereof;I shall apply to tko Honorable Jade A HOUSH oontaluieg 8 reamsnew nearly?
He add that building
is to
tIir .seis thoroughly acioatifle ly. andnd.raodiag'y. to sad Ert"'e, .iU pleaw makeEH4DRICE tu..kste.pal-. patronage and support pleased of sad all rmrate warranted of Probate of Nassau eouoty. for Letter of Ad. ompUtA.Mffrd for sal- It fc sitnatedl.-'
Mr. Vt a .
th an lensigud.jupt.eC.lamtoaCo.. he has secured the senrlees.as keeper than Moderate the of Sat\ NovIce late inn ple.saiIIpSr$ *ftb town, end .
not by oar,rote, or sent to mn tratioo on estate. a a *tralpronerty. *
Pweekse..ot.tsb.siehisgwd.aesa the .. Nov 14th.1553. :. J. W.Iaaus so long and favorably sad the known to to tt .Cutting and reparingat the shortest neuee.jK.B. l ot said county,doo, LOUIS?PRT05.. For partieulaa apply at this efie*.
of Utis adjacent
15 HANDCOCK the travelling community '
asa.4 J.vri1ao.
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gje aM.Ida aotldsg ; 'OetlnlStS3wi "
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SS3skpsitvfl INn1cnat,,ii "b ATTORNET,AND. COtNbELLbU AT LAW; WATCHMAKERS JEWELER, -' -T -,:'-';-4!<\ compounded with purely Vegetable sabetauces)

'.GEORGE POWERS & CO. ._ ,.A"t>- ,- iMkamvIUe, FlorWa.Kssps -- 5APOTHECARY- ,-'..- being perfectly safe when taken arid k-is nera r .poIt

SOLIC1rOlllN: CSAKCE&Y.p20 : constantly HALLT ,- been known to fill in curios the most otaftnaueaae. >

'rnx-:Tire'*DfOartferfannum,In advance.r ". .. 'JiclioaTille, FU. !J P ,- oandlfine'asiortment of, WOT 41 can never Mist wien this rndy ..
; .
i JTo paPer discontinued until sJl arrearages an -. ".ate. Jewelry and F_cy: E A. 'D E P'O SI TOn Y. U Once used, from tat f.ct tbatt, act onlj,

pall mnloss at tbo option the Publishers McQu Mclntosh, jr S which be offers for sale cheep for.cash.Walchet 2fo.fDrByrJ: ,- ;;." destroys thfm, bat removes all iL .tlime ancoaeoui 1

S fly ,b"nn..un'1riIl bo inserted on the .A TTORNE-YA-7' LAW [ Jlepaired and Warranted.", _. which, may remain. |&
; band largo and
When II kept constantly en a
S ; following terms: J angi3JzonrneY1a; tf of 'THE TAPE WORM.
t : .-. S well selected assortment ,
S. A, .
Oil Dollar perainar of twelve,lines and aDder E*: M. GILBERT, ... : -DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. This worm lithe most difficult eae to d"st rojof V srAHLLk'i S

jthIMiItert1oe.sad7csittsfor each subsequent Hopkins & :nraha'l, MANUFAQTVRERS and DEALERS all that batit the'banan bW,. 1L groWl
f in all of and received lato .arriralled fresh '
descriptions CAR-t just by
Insertion. To &rIy. advertisers a libera ATTO2tJfEYS'> I A \V.OrricxxT .EL4GESe atNo...aa end 40 Wut -. ana genuine AlsoPerfamery.Combs,13rusbe3,8oapsL&ixipa. to an almost indefinite IeatJ.a.d becoming v. ,ANODYNE CHERRY' 'EXPECTORJUiT
: PAUATKA F.F. coiled and fastened in (heiit stinesAnd Is coau.nde4
stom coiifijtaUj IP lnval
*< 4.nte'fll b* made.C and So. 1 ,lIun.S : ; ia..
WILL practice'the Eastern Circuit.? Busines 1 WORTH-STRKKT: t' acb as to dee.Fiti, St. Fito'i Dance,. 4c. $.U&pASsan by known pl'e
"* a&T8rtlltDaentl b* paM.for beCor.aMrtloa.1 Charleston, S. C. ;; : JSurniDg-FInid &o. _:'> t any Iil"fur:
S or.A1t ,
,. 'I' entrusted to thclr'care will. be {om$ly attend and ; 4 rhicb is the ca.us- ofpiany prfngftp the grave cure o( COD OH. flOAU.hEaa.nsai4:
extensive pnrchaeos 1, "
refer. Oar stock U one I
lar nstoiner. By an I 'P'biCbSWW be sold low Jbr cash.Cmrntry : '*
.ny *T S d to. : ,Feb 21, 52.tf not bcleving{ that thes OMupJaio have "if
3 tbelf of
r forms COVMOII COI.M bROt
call on ns,
n' untosnminaybeaacertalaednad : are respectfully requested to 8 we-nan l .roVra aollrltril an 'Sp .rinjto r.wnisithorq : offer great Inducements in style:and pricea-a1. nT11cuJI'a. cr wrrtf CARE origin from, Tap TFtrifHroascqaently they AST4MA CROL'P,CONaUM .' ''

., .. transmitted With' the advertisement. t/ B. M. Pearson, any articles bought at our establishment are jrar.' I :4'1 D'S ATcr< do not an'"proptrrme4rciues for their dii.esse. .. Early State, and for.t1&e REU Ftirt .r the ;

f DC jjy.'4TTuWrnenU not marked with the num- ATTORNEY, AT LAW, ranted in ',respect. mar 5- y To those who are afflicted with this awful >t even ia. advanced Stage* eI &la&

.Ii;' ,, b*' of insertions,:required, will be continued until lacuonyUl..F1& SODA-WATER AND SYRUPS, foe'to health,. I recommend the use of my S \eu4. II&&J

'ibrUd,and charged. for.Cy Will practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits LEONARD CHAPIN. of my own manufacture, in tVeir highest state 01 p Worm 'Ifl1P,trill Liter Pills; TheSyrnp to be It Cl combines in a scientfi! manntrlrtv lr
FIv Dollari will charged tor all announcmenU j the Supreme Cowt of the State and in the U f Manufacturer and Dealer in all perfection in their season,to be bad at thecounte: taken in doses of two \.bJnpoc.nruls three times I or long esteemed value, with others ef

of candidates for oBce; in advance. District Court for the Northern District of Florida. kinks CARRIAGES AND lIAR. a d ,.tht'D take from fiveto eight of my Liver I..recent discoveiy and besides il $ootktte II=
February 7,1852 tf NESS !N.124 Meeting-Street :to
dislodge the
S lID 00 S TEAS. pIM worm Cy Dualities arts.through tb* chit
One square,for six months : : of Parinion and 33 \V U.- ly nub
Snext door North Hotel following lhesedirectinnslb modtobstinare .oJ.I&h
10 00 Agent for tho N.Y. Pekin Tea Company.tEA great effic.&clrJ'lJr-th cart te
otl Baainess Cards per an. Felix Livingston Charleston S.C. .t
Legal or *r WOKTR.STREET cases of T pe worm cnn Jp"edi1ycum. Class diseases..
Notice to Debtors and Creditors : 7 00 AT LAW Elegant stock of Coaches.Rockaways. Baggees of direct Importation. and or thin y-foiitr
of Administration 5 00 ATTORNEY and Sulkie, constantly bn baad. Prices low; varieties from J to 1 lb. in a package.A ROUND OR ST031ACH \TOR3f.
Application for Lettort 10 00 JACKSOKVILLE, FLA.April terms accomodatrog. mar -ly U tcnrra ntfita nd at extremely foic price This worm ia usually'founl in the email in .5 STABLER'S

Application for dismissal as Administrator, 56. tf -hARNESS- GJ..RDE.VAND FL'0 WER SEEDS, testines. and is the w rm most common tocbil- D2AERHEA( CORDIAL
benettt will he charged CAllllIAQK AND
Editorial notice for private
dren.yet it is not entirely) confined toisem.s
doable the rate's of advertising. F. Clay Barrett UEPOSITOIIV, adults have frequently been known to suffrr ** a pleasant ))i&IUrt', CVthJ'Uuded ft

07 AH religious notion will b* inserted gratuitously. NOTARY PUBLIC., At th. White Il.n.,South "'...C.r l'r .f ItG.iU''OlJIpallwttuAedT.lIcMILLA.DEALERS snpptled. BT OKDIR. with them The Sumpttm most prominentwhile ment with the rules of Pharmacy, cf if rvptntie

MEETING AND \\VESTWORT1I STS., affected with this wormare btrdncw and agentelong known and eelett.t' ft,,
S Comm$.i4"ttr for taking AcLnoreMemfnt of mar heir peculiar in
communications will bo Charleston S. C. fullness of the belly slimy stools looseness of efficacy Coring bURRrjQv
AD admissabl personal Deeds and oiherLutnmenit of ,
; Wrumg and similar affectiocs of the
or every description at the lowest POINSETT'S INDIAN LOXECUST. tire boweN,picking,the noneabluci* streak system {,.b,
i advertisements. to be Vied in the Stan CARRIAGES ,
of fiction ft Slid .
on hand and no article sold ex under the If of ALLAYS K A CSS A pIOja(( a
rjy AH biHs for Job Printing mat be paid on NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.JACKSON eept.uch as can bo warranted in the fullest term. TIlE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE REMEDY children Ire eyes.&c.any of the nbovesyitpt.iae ye-n, or any year 110- thy condition of the LIVER IIB| rtL,' .

the delivery of tbo work. VlLLE. FLA. oct23 tf by- sept -m' M H NATHAN. FOR THE CURE OF BEXSACK'S WORM SFRUl CIO: ",Hy bedo- t:because&&beeuine time that f in cnrta Wt!f

j Qy AH letters on business and communications JOSEPH WHILOEN Chronic Diarrhoea and Dysentery {ended upon-by using it yon have certain: disease.

tnntlui____ __.wort. oaiJ. to receive attention. }Philip Frascr. s-tfeanlspecdy cure and if after wing it according -
DEALL&S IS Whuh hit net otn presfated to the public It The valuable: Mtdicfnts above
TTORNEYfr CO to the directions lie not caaird la
AGENTS : PAINT OILS GLASS stands tit own 'seritsawineedsaepwffisg. Decently been Introduced with
FLA. ,. upon to lie-iltn anti the warms thoroughly erad.cated the) apPfO'
jI Mj.JOHI B AD, Tallahassee, Fla. AND C7-: IT hAS NOT FAILED TO CURE IN A : from tbe svstpm can ret assured of a number of the M&I ICAL Pa rtssi .

J. G. RSARJXJX, Esq., Ocala Fla. \V ILL atten>tednsincentrn !f !FlIIP < niDL13&T! SINGLE INSTANCED there is no remedy beyond,yon the grit *a for the City of Laltituvr and f lf.hre1I1c111prtctice I

I No.63j EAST B."YOl'pOSITEf'.a. ai.11.tNK. Valuable preparation is compound fail, there is no such word fail dth those have succeeded most adalnbi
Fla. as i
JOB DARUM Esq, Tamp, E Circuit. and the II't'NUt' Com Is aT.illihisoee. CHARLESTON C.Ho Till luring thediseaaes for which they Inibf'd.
several medicinal in who use Worm lrt
I roots growing my Syrup.
Gen. S. RUSSELL, Newnansville, Fla. He his alio such "" g hant: the Wilds of Florida It is PC-CELTund T hej ,are offered to the Coontry"

Capt. J.J. KtiOHT, Alligator, Fla geOUs nncction Wit h 'In -ill? L:,' %'er :it Wcs! keep constantly for sale a general Vegetable and designed ESPECIALLY for WOOLLY the- ASCARIDES, OR SMALL THREADWORMS. itioner, as medicines wbkn lIe"D ta.11|jl" ,

ngton City nx will ensure n prompt nnd spey assortment of of the : peels depend upon, as prepared in
Ferry Ha.GEO. cure above disease. The Inventor andProprietor ',
B. FRISRT, Esq. Garey's collection of such cl) uius us city be placet I PAISTS 4 OILS oran kin.ls. WINDOW GLASS is These worms, to which the ham system is with ibe uperiruedomeor tbtm151t .':
convinced that invaluable
Esq. St. Augustine Fla. bill binds the United AND iAtIlEStPTS.'URPJ TISECAM.l'IlEXH. fully it is an -
CCHTER States.
n Against Medicine. In fact the test that he liable: ,are the most troublesome of.11 others. and judicious Pybysicinns, as-f stricttyjs .
S Judge A. STXELC Cedar Keys,Fla. Sept.thlS49 ly GKIND8TOSDS,CORDAGE, has given it in the town in which he reside, They are generally to !be found intbft rectum 'oiroity with the rules of PLiitm.eyJ "D4I.

GLMSKI Pilatka Fla. and the and allowed to rfm tin, from tie irritation especially serving hill eonvebicice/vl.
8. Esq. Chain 1'umpa cotton Foot Gin fixtures astonuf.ln; taects with which it has
Fla. MARRIAGE met him they produce, Ijy the foundjljoi1 for ..eriousU"oroJers. not so readily, a, the City PbyMriao T"
JACESOK PRIEST, Esq., Flemington, Glue Packing Yarn, and Ifrusfus warrants ia Buying that it is a P0s>l late
.- T1VI such as indimntionfthe bowels. own inscriptions compounded by
CL'UE. He a
has the
Savanna Ga. therefore come to trjcti}
C. P. CoorE.v E'q. HAPPINESS AND C03IPETEIVCE of various kinds. and other
1 determination to place it within the reach of derangements of the somach. The P baimacentiet.

NtW "- march 12-ly._ all, knowing how many suffer with this very best nnd safest medicine that CII: be used is Seethe ..Mrriftiive Pamphlet f0 ,, L.
"iib WHY IS are unpleasant and e ften dangerous lliseasepar- lfIJBESS.\-K'S WORM SRUtouch i lathe gratis of all who have the 3leJieifleftatie
IPaIIflpafl $1'r: tE.; FRASER& THOMPSON, .stoni-hirlt uf meJitio? over Atea- ontaininp recommendations *
power lOcII
JID3HATito That w*behold many feraalea, aeare ia lh. meridian odin ticularly) in the Southern and Western Stitcs my fret
_# broken in health aud apmta with a cunt|lication ol dneuee i'JlD r ag In purchasing my IXDJAN LOXECUST be radiesthtt defy nay one t* foduce a cuae JARTII, UALTZELI., AI J OIl, PAISK, lJu'
and ailmenta.depriving tli.m of the rower fat ihe enjimenlof .
received from New Torn a supply of life at an age when phy.icid i Jwallh. buoyant: r of..pinu..d AND COMMISSION MEKCHANT3 piriicular nod look for my written signatureon where my Worm syrup an 1 Live Mils ire recommended Lon tifDoct .
happy aecFnitT of mud,ariaiug from condition of health, the l.ibil. to be u'fl they wtllnot cure. All S. B lAaTI!. siys-1 do mt ]L..ita

Type and other materials suitable for Job Printingwe should bepad ui.nat.Maaroltbsceuuoofhet.uff.rncs. at t\rwt-rf'rt.. y.a, Adgcr' North Wharf, EaBERT POIXSETT that is necessary is to use the irup in nccordince I i.ifmrnnjerid your Diarrhea r..cf.lll1.,.!:

are now prepared to execute at the shortest notice before were w pertnpi their origin dnnn aa(girlhood light u to or paaa tin aanoticed.Brat tUB of marriage of conn- CIIAULI.TON, S. C.FREDK p. S. Planters should not be without this with dirt-ctiouM on each oitle; nnd incase ,fyne CArrr Erj-eetoroiit." &t.

all kinds ofParnpblete I "eclecte4. E. FRASEB, | PAC. ThOMPSon valuable .Medicine. Every family ought to a gentle purjr lli,. is rrqurcd in order to )' .iou \nllllll'r. pays '.It fives DI'I" .

Circular: Uf AFTKU TEARS, may.7-1 y__ keep it on hand all iy the ir nation hey pro.MC, tbe Liter Censure to add my testimony t. that of tt\m

Law Blank, Hand BlUe, I IVMu too lu'. to be beaefltted by our knowledge,we look A. ).HEED principal Agent for Jackson PiIN.by tbrir ".ynipithmugncr'onaiid' healthy I n favor of the tjirandmary tfficaij
back aad ,and the fall of oaf MALONE & TAYLOR ofjfer'taa
Bailor Card, Show Bill, Ignorance.What .awara regret cooacqneucea villeJacksonville., operation upon the towels ijthe most pleasant ,, Ctrfo In &e : and .f tIp Erneit.ent .
Yititlag Card, Bill .C LadIo-J! I would we not often pre to IM&.'.,in early lift,the Lumber Commission Merchants S medicine that cnn be takin. '-J biivi- no hesitation in rew
Labels 11 *-c-, *-c- kmmlrdce obtain 1. after feara .A. what tr.rI and Aurnst 16, 1h31. lyXOTICET :_ I ttiitBJn*
I awhta of ancnuh we might not ., the rnxt..AD:L1 rr.X.a. it. as a most valuable lieine"&r
D:7"All lJill'f r work of tlut lindtt Doct A.rAYtE.IIII'lLt' hi? n'rj
'!joertJune 14. I lJkNCIIOLY> AND 8TAUTLISU i'ery re<=pci full! solfcjl cOII..i I.Wt"fJtS or Directions for using Pomhett's Indian Loxe No part 0 the sjsu'iuisiiore luble to dis- rrhttn Cordial in bin pmelice 'with tit r>(!
Southern Lumber anti Shhiyles &'. case ihin the Hirer it b. tic Lap
cost wilt be fotlll.1 on the imideof the wrapper n'gsupplied with nu-
wife >iest effrcr. cal thiiiVs it Ate tf lie
To behold the aickueaa and anffrnncendnrrd br inn 'a
"" TIMES OF SITTINGOF ; for tnuy yean front ... .,ml". and controllable eaailjrrcawdied Liheril mlrii,' mI.IiP.l KofVrtu on r'Ifh bottle \VLeiethere is fever attend :i>t'rous blood veyelaaud nerves, and il dive Arid rfllcirnt cnn,liuatlita rrtaf Waeniect -

THE DIFFERENT COURTS IN -or belief anil-not wc,".if ererrVIFE E. T. BROCK I'Ma., \ E.'T. RiCHARDSoxr/i log I br tlise.lsl', A purgative should in everY\ '.$<'dtbe, blond ol course lowing thro'ijli i; Our |'rof., .ion."* ever vffmdo

FLORIDA. \ ,AUD MOTHER feb 12-1 T. E. liCBKMAX,JarLtonoiHf' I'ta. oAt be usid bcfuirle Loxccufct. Should I"[ rts of lh bo-ly product'tLifr Campl/l c's, : Dwt L. I' FI*!nr. writes, ell have .rl.iuil-

FocMtud the inrornatioa contained; iu a little,ol.m..(with !_ there be atendeiicv toinflamatioii, purge noj.erutel.r. Jt.unift lit'MS Affeaioss.Dyip'tsw $-c : teredyonr ..bodY' Exyectoit t in .
STATE COURT-Eastern Circuit. the reach of all)which would.1.to heraelf! rmnn.e )
u W.M.: 31. JI.\WTOS & CO. ind give the Loxccust smaller loses LIVER CO3I1LAIXTntten 'I ? of Bii'ncliiiil. ffrction. with tie t
than the ater.ige duse. h led with tLiiJs. udtciJ ftvrr. units nod from trtilfffrct
FACTORS ly se- r n IfcevleJgeof JM t*.+
and St. Lucie l 11 And to tier hnabaod the eonatant toil A antietv of nmd.aeceaaaril Tate pins ia the r- rj"n )'Ihe Liver. voruitii, I ran with the
: A rrLICTHDREAD"!! : greatest aofiJcttt .
Putnam 3d do dc, April ; dcroUwf Csoa bin from ol the wife, AID -PHILADELPHIAMy>'- j rt.omnrri'l
:,- 2J iu without (irinf him the oppoitanity,of aeiinrins; that eoiaI Commission XX. c\L Ifoi'E. Established ISyenrs aeo, by- latter t t-te. jcltow turrrd tongue puNe till !t' &C-.
Sumter, 4th Monday do in April.April.Marion I petenee which which would Iii i,aecare eiemoiia the: are haj>|entitled'IUCM of and hiuuelf die,|>wife oa.tuionol and Merchants Dr. KI ItF.J.n. X. W corner of Third and Union: ind ').unJin the pin inthe/ "J.h increased Doet w. S. I.OVE. write to n!' tlr l> h

11 din children. >.. 13 SOLTHKnAVIIUtF, streetn bi-twpon Spruce and 1'inot.,rhla! >laf! .biaEIOIITEFV r I.!y pr.Bsure. should tLf |-ft lube be .iffVfJed, .truini 'Itfci e rz1'ctorr1: tal.1 .Ir", >L.

Alachii Miy. SECURE THE hEARS OP I1APPINE81Brbreominf CU1RLLS101, S C.Win. : 11'arllof extensive anti unnturnpte.1 ; the pniiis <,eifr.dlrv ia ibf frshoiitder: witha !'i8 Lad the Bronchitis fcr fourteen ut
Columbia, 21 do in I.lr. 51 Lawton, I Wm. M Tavlor.R. practice-pent in thise ty. have rendcrcJ Dr.K. flf'Ji
Nassau, Wednesd.1ybtfore 4th Mond;iy in .MjyDural in time ro..ened ol the knowledge tlie want ainnzht Bacon |I' Joseph T. Dill. tho tnot expert and snecfnl practitioner., far and dry cough, the sin b'commg tfa yel- that cite is fear recovr-rirp fr(.m !)'r Wf slant
of which ha canned the aicknea end | ir.sro'i; appt/iremet, clay lag a few weols dwien
4tb Monday iu lit!. iew of such eoaieqneiicea no w ife or mutlier la eaca IlyL1)1tGE near In tbe treatment of all dill8a'c- a private
St.Johns 2d do in June.TALL i sable if ahe neilect to arail heraelf of that knowledge m nature. l' ra>n! a3ictc! with ulcers upon tbo This"i.s' n5Cltj becurt-it-y the n-rtf UEX- more pool than all the remedies lIe I, s lmofpre .
i", I mated to hererlf. e Inch would apare her much aBcrii rg.be ( AIMJOJT&CO., body throat or IP-!. puns in ito head or bonc SA"-K h LIVER PILLi, thy. .ct tuned I lyifuu vied under able mrdlc cxircil.
-' and St. Lucie TFRM 3 1 Tuesday before the ...frrVion.sf tier h.'Lan.t"rr2.-Tb&IlIoIII.e '.and So.87 fast-Bay,(. !IK Oylt5& C.'. Wk.rf., ineroun .tl"oumamnn, iicttire, grave, d' ca e I l..w-# .f f>.,lietntt. .n-l t I.." or>ei-if iuf StxTarn of tLe best ArotCrcAiir ltd

Orange let Monday in Noembr., | little bodiea.work w ith healthy eatillcd a". M eoaiauicd la t'/mrlc.lllll, .V. C.SPIRIT arising: from youthful esrunm or impurities of the upon the l>owedtiifT! eiptl all th con'upland I'nAR".crUTJtT5 in the City ,f Rulnftoiv-. .
bloop! whereby the constitution has become cnrccblol vitiated .
, beet before tie 1st Moud PEI.hs: t. matter.TLefcyinptf w tih1' 'fifltterrrratiirJslB..
Putnam Tuesday iy all treated with
WOMAN'SPrivate rowcsa.
in November. GAS AND CAMPI1EXE, lie who plnces htm elf under the care of Dr K., DYSJ I rSL\. as Sldl, Asode Chrrry I7J'rTtSrCdt aid

Sumter 4th Monday in Noftmbcr. Medical Companion. with lamps of every description for the came.A may relioD.y; eonOd in his honor an a gentleman >trnorDj"p jsii, IUI') its various !ffvltr't IJwrrtfo, C"rtliol AI' tritilicicvs

Marion, lilt Monday December.Alacho I and confidently rely upon his nk.ll aa a 1'hy. .lisei oa are dizzii.rvs iu :the he:'.. heartburn g rut value *rd very tffi ti'1oI1 ft the relief ted

I ,2d Mondtyin December. B7 DR. A. 'i. JUURICEAtf, English and Vmcrit.m White JAtadPaints siciaL TaLr particular ,wtr',. o'I'rl'!-ion after e-uiug rrralf! i-oiirrnhSArisinj: cure of the discascaforaLichbny arerrcoanrnded.

Columbia,3d Monday in December. of t\try kind Linked and Young man who have Irjared themselves by a frOnt the stoni.ich. &c'. aol oinfiiiii ;s gt nerd l they bnr the evidrne of.&ill aid
.I.rnu Cr otnialea er wsIire.op. SpermOil indulged ia habit
St. Johns, 1st Monday in November. certain practice -a frequently languor ofiL whole boJ.f front limit will be care fn their prfpimt'on .n Unirtdt EJttm. 12.., >.SSO. Price. 50 its. Gla:, Putty, &c. learned from evil companions or at school; the tf 'en that the tlistrso
its we take
the 3d of O"t"a 'lisot- p.an-I
before to
Nassau Tuesday Monday origin a pleasure iurcccn.brbdir;
of which felt, whim
mirch 12 ect are nightly even asleep and
OR nut Capon IITIA IIXDIKO. Cl 003 J JFirat ly ganird stile oft he Liver Lem"
[ -wi Stomach. I1' ElENs.CK' .
mind and
November. destroy both body, shon'd! apply imme- -
Diml..) Monday of November. |mblisb d w 1W7.and it ia act S E. "'. linker diately. Weakness and constitutional debilitylo LIVER PILLS i: th< Yt'rluu..Jj. T\\"EorTr.8ETr of th? oars>r'rletaltejjtr-

MiJJfc Circuit. SURPRIZ1XQ OR AVOKDEIlFt'L, 'IMP BROKE! AND : of muscular energy and T.hy"ieallajlsitude and genera cine 10 affect a pernmneil and I.:sting cure, chants reyMenta fir Vtrvlinr jrit.ia ssd
STATB COURT- Con.lderlnff thd KVEHY FEMALE GENERAL COMMISSION prostration, irritability; and all nervous affee- aMbey uet by chansing tb' certain lI.orb. ac- North Carolina who hive KuFiand alte a"J

Emma TEKV.Mtdbon \VI1ETHKR ltlkRRIldl.) OR ROT can here MERCHANT, tion, indincfition. rln:pshne i of the liver, and loi.sof lie system into ah?.tit hy aclion,4nd I'ese medicines tlinr
3d Momlay in April. t-qolre a full knowledge of tn* nature, SAVANNAH GA.Miirch. every disease in any way connected with the di or. rendcHigthp Hoo.| pnrenrd hialtLy own ezptrvnce and that cf tv n'stcwers .r
Jefferson 21 do iu April. character and tenses of ber coinpUliiU. drr of the procreative functions cured and full vigor .
; go lt-52. TO confidently
with the rarlous symptom, and that 11 rertorcd. FK3IAL1X reccniiuind tin ProBoiiarslico. -

Waknlla let do in April. nearly Read! Youth and Manhood A Vigorons Life You will flu'! these l'ihii-t! ,, inv:.liuhle m.li- We have bevi'r know any rra..J.r
S Leon, 3d do in March. HALF A M1LL1OH COPIES Boston & Gunby Death. This cine in sid for thediseztra lb.
or a Premature book jut publiobed many cowpUiiiis! to which you areanbect for whit y .n fr-s.
Gadsden, lit do in March. ahonld bu. bee aold COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL is filled with OTcfnl information on the infinunties It olstltcllons uil ,r Its! ur pirtiil, "crilxd, to be BO rfLcirol nd0siie suet nre -
Hamilton, 4th do in April. It Iir. Io"fc Mir th* variona anluecta COJIJIISSIO.V..lIERCIIANTS and disease, of the U<*ncrntive Organ It addrc- hy have been found of tiestifmhle benefit itisr.iclion to all."
FALL TERM. t they nature atnctlr intended for female the sos itrelf alike to Youth,Manhood and Old agc.and egtoring and The above iiolirt nf rrrrittc'Tnl,tion f.rsriembtr
married, or .contemplating. .nAln. no IOKNER BY AND JErFER-iOX rnrifyinglle blood in 1 other
Madison, 3d Monday in November. deunxa of*i joing health ud that beavii-.conaeqnent upon STREtTS should be red by all. fluids f tb(> Vtdicnl Fr> Pramse
to all m
do in November. health w hick la ao entiducne to her own lia|pineta,and lh SAVANNAH GA. The valuablo advice and impressive. warning it eo ns cure eci.iplafnis which may Ttj
letf'erson,2d af her huband.but cither baa or will obtain it,aa has or '1'111n.ry will rise from 'emnle irregn rilif'1'l. he.iJ-cbe io'sol high sfr.rdin, and JrnK tts of tie
of I'll
do in November. the lone affection of Liz wile at UN BO TO:1. gives rre"en1'1'1I misery and suffering ,
Wakulla 1st huband who baa and | JOH 11. .
GIygay.Nor. and thousands irtinrss of sight, pail ir tLe fi rst respretibnity.hlmuld byufifittttaMify
in October. heart or that edith owa iiecauiarjr imiror.mmt.VPAVARD8 save annually of Lives. side, tick, &..
Lwn, 3d do OF ONE HITKDRKD ThOUSAND I. 11451. rm Parents by reading it will learn how to prevent These Pills arc th"only s:S'ean,1 effectual remedy nil. tb'it those 1ieinu"r.IJ of tritt

J'I idsJen, 1st da in October. COPIES FORT & DUNHAM the destruction of their children. to cure -he follow! ingcomi lint.:Gout Nervousnem by the nSicted. and that tn l"re ef a Jiffff- .

Hamilton, 4th do in November. Kara been SENT BY MAIL. .thclut few nootlui *#*A remittance of 25 e..ntll. enrloood in a letter ,Mel-iachoiy. Sick lie.'darb*. liiJJi.nes eDt sl,. "aiwl nays fr m Qnaclrry"? salt
STATE COURT-Southern Circuit.ftrtia addrcwd to Dr. KINKEIJN, N. W. corner -, Cure Alia' 1 much inio&QU tl. nblic.
CAUTION TO TilE 1'UBLIC. IPAB DSS: AH.O Third and Union streets between Hhnira4liindisitreiip lInn ml.I"im"e's |>f>n |-
Spruce and Pine
TERM. COMMISSION Philadelphia' will ensure a book under ofli Lt.or in fact any oft diseases that arise For sal l.y lrtlmrgists-i AJ'fII eeU'jfll all

Levy, 4th Monday in March. Jig KOT DKFRAl'DKDtRnr MERCHANTS.! per return of ma'I; envelope from afffction ofthe Lie!r. impurity of the Cmntrv Store- t"r pentittllr.I _

Hernando Iii Monday April.llillaborongb no book N.nnlraaPr.Y." Is on tile. A.tltlo M. Maarlpeno.and the 129UVriy SAVANNAH GEORGIA. Persons a distance may address Dr. K. by. let Blood, or c.)n"tif",tif.n ofll Do hired
21 Monday in April. the Clerk Office on the back at page the title page; and HK.NUY R. IOIIT. T. K, UUMIAM.Oatot ter. (j"irt paid,) anti be cured at home. MEDICAL J nDI XeK 'WiioejALK DKCGGIST.
do in I and honorable dealen stud Packages of Medicines Directions,Ac. forward ISO Pifttt Jreft.. B.liimore.So'JinJ.iek .
Munroe. lat May.FALLTKKM. bay only of renm-tablo ,or >er 30th. 1852 ff We, the und TMgined; Phficun .h vin hail I
by mail, and aildren to l)r. A. M Mauriccau, as thereare ed by sending a reiuitUnc, and put up secure from tit l receipt uf their ? (>onvilIe.lv.
October apurnMia! aud aurreptitlous infrIngements of eor). J. HOLMES. damage. or curio !ty. mufucture bubmitt to rnl'lr26-3m JOIN M. PAr l.
Levy, 2d Monday in np.LLRT Book-Icller., News Agents. Pe.llers, Canvasses u* for inspection, Myf that' the ingredients of

Hernando, 3d Monday in October. EVERY WIPE AtD IirSBANOPOXDERS General Commission Merchant. and all others supplied with the above work at very which th".y lire composed aileg them the bst 3IAN KNOW 'ilYSKLF":
IlilUborough, h l Monday in November.Munroe 100 low rates Pill in use for:1I.Ji .ibcs .f the Li
tat do in Diccmbtr. WALL STREET, NEW YOR*. fob 2(5( -Iy ties of the Blood ic ver, lupur- An invaluable book'for 23 nts. "Every kmUT
\o races. far Ignorance Mrhnt Ignorancel ,
J'I Western Circuit. Minerjr to those we hold near and dear Wilt PIlY ptrticular attention to sale of Yellow should have aeopr." GOOD ippiteWd is less tasff
STATE COURT .nd M hen to dUj,cl our Ignorance U ulllila i'lno Lambrr. Live Oak, and other Southern Timer FOR SALE M D. three month A new edit&n rerwd' sad inpre-.
arCING TCRX. ussr rrntlk.TII > and produce, acd to order for F. ('IUWLE ,M. I). -n-ed. List luttl-
purchasing A
"-c1; TUACT of 11111] on the St. L. 1I0VEX EDIrAnt'AJ
I IL Franklin 21 Monday in April.Oa.thoDl,4th Merchandise. tf doc II M.D. I1UXTER.S
. do in April. enable every one to decide upon the iiulitptn.n'l -. -,- J Jlrys River in Florida, twelve miles Purehllfll' none hnt lone having the eig. DOCTOR Book forth AEVtrf' Cuittarn-

S Jackson, lit dt inM,. iir iiKHher imtuMtf trial of reroa pcwuculng unlnf.aefipy>riiied, and upon thai the no nlllD7I.HI' wife S. H. ROCKEN3AUGH, _..jia.. above the town of St. Jl/arys Ga.. eon- n-iturettj. N. 1I0B ES8.o\tK,"as all othfrsare ing an outline of the Or:pn.; Progresl Treatment .

3d do io *** which, ao-mor or Inter, are destined to maker GENERAL taming seven hundred acres and which worthless imitntious. and cure ef every form of Jjraee, extracted
Washington, ? rotagu. upon her health, onl azaiuat, COMMISSION MKRCHVNT., has not been under cultivation' for the last twenty Protnisennus Sexual Intertosrac by 5V. ..IC-
Holmes Tuesday Af\er3J Monday in May. that no eona:dorat* slid affeeuonaia : hate 112 l\arfSt.Xcw York. years Rice.Cotton Corn,Ac,has boon produced Agent wishing new sujplies, and alt others by Sexual Exeeee. with ..diee'r theilprtventhlwritten \
Walton, 4th Monday in May. count to u|>l>raj Santa Ross, let Monday in June. ./ nla wife -a pamihlrt| of lliirty u pages rontaiuing CAREFUL attention will be given to sales o There is large portion ofhigb and low swamp. Proprietor, J. N. IIOUEXMCK. at his Libor- technicalities and everything that Wd effes*
do in June.FALt. full Titl-fig" and Jmlrif of Cvnttnt, .-r with Rico Sugar Lumber, Timber, and for Cotton and Rice which could tory, No. 120 North
'Escambia. 2 .TERM. any port of the United Slates by addruMlng: ,ptet'I'.t.t| chased on most advantageous terms. pur- Also considerable high rush land as well as some Rice. PHILUELPHIA. ty years lueeenful practice. exclusive1 devoted
Franklin, lat Monday December. aa brrvia.iVIirn. l9.ly very fineTimbor,which has never been cut through. Sold by all Druggists and 3rerc ants in the to the cure of diseases- of a delicate or first* t.

Calhoun Thnrdiy after 4th Monday in Nov. Itiiowlrdge l a Itapplnew, *.. cul- josii GRICE, The place would be valuable to any one baring United States. roT H.Ir tore.To
21 in Novmbef! v paulo to be Ignorant.I GENERAL TUMMISMON MERCHANT. force fifteen or more working hands. -._ -- which is added. reeipts for the < n ef&*
Monday :
'l Jackson On of Dollar fir For particulars apply to Farq Et-thune Exq. Savannah Medial above diseases.and a treaties ea the eai aa rysivtoms -
after lit Monday in ) receipt One ( the BiiJdi: 35 WATER STNEW-YORK. College.
Washington, Tuesday urn'. extra blrulinz.) "THE MARRIED tVUM.INSt'EiVATE at Jacksonville.U. Clarke. sr,at St..Marys and cure of the Fever and Ague.' twntv-
November. MEDICAL COMrAMUN-l I* aent (.mailed STRICT and prompt attention given to the salo Ga, or to the undersigned at Ferrandina Amelia SESSION 18535t.TilE five cents a copy rix copies i one doll win II-
Holmes lit Monday November. flee to v part>< the All l lethu.I mint articles of produce entrusted to hu care, IlandFia. (sepl7-Cin) GEO. S.SETON. COURSE OF LECTURES In this ID titu. forwarded by any part of the United
Walton 4th do in October. be / and d1lIt' A. M M\t'UI and all orders promptly complied! witlt.' will commence on tbe First Monday of mail free of ports g*. Add res,, a ateI.r

S'nt.a Rosa, ,3d do in October. CEAt'..1lt Liberty Box 12H.lreeL>cw New V *T k.rk Cur:, J'lIbli6ll.u. OlHee April 24, JIlL tf : Ten Thousand Acres of Land, November and continue four months. Costlen Jt Co, Publ:hers,or .box ,.

5-' 1 do in October. S. N. Williams Deluding[ a Valuable Plantation with R D ARNOLD. M D. FroC Institutes and Prac- "This is. without exception the meat eoBpfbrnive *-
Zambia 2 ,
In New York city, by String r A Townsend. A J- lice of Medicine. and inteltibl work pvbKsbed es tie elasr
':' UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. rianco Sherman & Co, Dewitt A Davenport COMMISSION MERCHANT, },tensive Improvements, J O HOWARD M P, Trot Allat my. of diseases of which it treat Avoiding tIC"

Ntrtlitnt District. Barnes .t Co,Office 129 Liberty street,near Jrecn J'AC1tOtV1I.LE FLA. \Vtll Known as the residence of lie late W O BULU-TB Jf D, ProC Principles and Practice nieal terms U addresses itself to the rewonofttrreaders.
Tallahassee, tit Monday in Junniry.ApalAchlcoU wich. tnav7-Am REEFS constantly on band and for salt a general COL. J. II. McINTosH, of Surgery.P It is free from all ebieetionabH nisit rr
assortment ot M KOLUCK, JI D. Prof. Obstetrics and Diseases and ne parent however fa tidK>M, can oVject t*
lat, February. Only Fifteen from JacJLtoirrilb
GROCERIES ,duectlyx of Women and Children placing it in the hands ef lib son" The setter
11do (In March.Su AND PROVISIONS >" the 6r. Johns Ricer
PensacoK ; C W W T.M D. PmC edieal Chemistry. has devoted to Ute treatment .&*'
7.. Augustine, lit, do in April. OK MEDIQAXED COMPOUND. OF THE BF3TSELECTIONS, TrUE SUUdCRIDER his: beet ,appointed E L MARTII M D. Prof Physiology. various complaints many years treated ot and with toeBtUr

Stutter* Put,kt. FOR bcauKfjIng, Carling.Trescrvinjr Restoring i and will Sell them lower for real thai they can be for the \lministrttor", and will II D BTRD.M D, Prof.X'atoria Medica and Thempeatics. breath_ to pua.' and 'toQ little presumption tnt*

Admiralty Court eke at Key VTett; always Strengthening tbe Hair Relieving Diseases bought elsewhere in tbe fcoath.' show the premises to any one wishing .ur.cli pose, he has Offered to the world al the Bcrv
_1 81ion. _' of the akin curing ,rbcomatla pains and Country produce taken in exchange, at literal >se. J B REID M D. Prot Pathological Anatomy and nominal price *f 21 cents the fruits of SOB****'

S : healing external wounds- .Bounded bv no geo- prices.BTOHE Also,tbe Equipments oft Sugar House, em- Demonstrator Anatow,. years most successful practice."-IlenltLTXo .
Doctor Yourself. graphical hate, the reputation of Barry Triooph- corner of Union and Forsvth street,for briciuj the necessary -ted FEES-For the full e.arre S I 05; MatrfnifaHaitirtrtri. > teacher or parent should! be"withost IM
apparatus connc
-;TUB POCKET1 JBSCULAPIDS or Every crone pervades the Union., The rales of tbe art]. merly owned and occupied by Mr" Ju Armstrong ,with! Sugr Makin..AIsoaqtsantity.. Demonstrator Anatomy*$10. Uramitie knowledge imp trIed in tbninvaleablo work.' II
..1 Own Pbysleian.The fortieth edition ole of laU years have increased in a ratio that almost aeVjH>nii crOct.23.7g51. ; ly *;.ro: Requisites for Gradual ionthe same w"u1clR"year ef pain,ortifleatiea asdesrri
a of Michines
One QU zoeotls belief. and Tools used aa in other Medical "_ .&*'
hundred engraTintw showing direasesfresa Proe.ior.llarry, aner a : Colagen.f.W to the youth under their charge PtopU t '-
wita nalfonnatione one .t the human system In every careful examiaation obi' & .' book.:,finds that JOSEPH V, HERNANDEZ, In raising,nnl preparing Cotton with Iron WEST. 5I.D. A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohie i. writing >
and form. To which ii added a treatise the Bomber ef boW. delivered to order in qnan DltA1EIt A. TD TAJLOu" Jf-ered Horse Power. in complete crier may lh-Om : Dean.f the Faculty. nuotw's Medical Manaal.sayTkouaadrtp**

the shape diseases of females, being of the highest impor- ties of from half a gross upward daring the year "ack..YIUI', Lees FJarida.JIKRNA ..- The Land! will be 'p"rccUeJ to euitpurchiBer thousands of our youth by evil example aae) u*
married those contemplating 1832, was wilhio a trifie of 050.000. -- DR. JOSIAH,ASHURST Influence of tb.passions, hav* beet led taUtie
lanes to by Wx people Touso.or.M D. ,. Let DO father It U unnecessary to present at length the evidenee -' 1 flEP11 V. N DEZ rcturiis tbanlts lohis Termliberal. J. JOHNSON, \VILla keep MEDICINES on hand for the habit of self pollution without realising 15.

nutririaze ashamed, to present a copy of the wnlapius of the wonaerfiti properties of tbe Tricop .I friends and the public generally for the liberal AgtlJljll"- AdtniaistTitort.Jnekfonvillr. t cue otConsumption and fearful consequences upon themselves aid their
be him rous when the pabii have tarnished such an endorsement latronage be has received and hopes by strict at ( Brnmliitid Asthma posterity. The confutations of thoas*": vbe
It from.an arty
Ang" Piles
to hi*ebOd.- .11& grave. tontion tobnain-merit 13 1SS3-If P4
this The enfeebled u
enter into the secretbnxatMas as cheapness of the article a eonUouance of the are raising stiles have been
or woman
; Let no yonnff married man life without reading the JEsealapias. > and the explanations grren oriu chemical action same. Having jnrt received fine fnrtmant of Book Old Vfcer, Iroayflyspepja] &q. broken dow.,.nd they do net knew tbe eaM*

I Let suffering from a hacknicd upon the hair,the scalp and in all eases of superficial goods, eona'sting of blue and black CLOTHS. of 4,000 Agents Wanted. All Irregularities,obrtrfcstions aDd exeeesee in Ce.males. the cure. ,Any thing tbatcan be'doe* M f T
l the side rest]. night, nervous irritation first recommended it te the attention iflVrunt qualities black and colored CASIIMF.RS. To Sell tfitoriul and Utf/ut'Wurfct for ,.will be regulate1 removed c-r suptresscd.. lighten and ioflasno the public mind a*t* tvtt
.; b. paisv and the> whole train of tbepeopfe. This was all that the inventor LINENS and DRILLS for pant.. VESTINOS of JW-J854. -. ,Alto on bant, bis valuabfe : ; and ultimately to retn.. tbia wide-tfntd seait*

toeunci, their physician DlspepJ1o.IeJUl., be another desired. Every both advertised lUelt Tbe ef. iflerant patents. TRIMIXOS. 'A... 4e.,' direct FA511LY )I EhIi'JNR4. nf hirraan wrctchedn9 v would eonfer the pea"*
riven 81.000
C tiona and withoat eontultlng p the JJsculapins. Have feet of the fluid axeeedad expectation.' It acted rom the North, ho is prepared to execute all work DOLLARS' A YJHR. Airionu them'mar be f&lnd, Compound Tootfl PHJs. Uessmg ncxt-to the reUcJosief Jeer Chri, .&elk

*iBoaint; .am.(1t tbCMle aboattobe warned like a cbs rm. The ladies would not be without it. trusted to his care with despatch and in a work -'VANTEDi.7:1 'ofikiUmttd State, Antifebrile Flits DreprjiMedielno F eOintment present aodV,eonnof;'.. lateuipsi''
\li. t read this truly teeM book' as U bu Coantry dealers ia every'veetlon ot th* U.States manlike manner. IIo Initela1fto give him a call, I men, te engage in Diseases nnnecesaary name will be cured in a, lor the.us* of iatoxrcsUm/dnnkav tko ol *%
.4.p ol as saving taonaands et unfortunate foan4-tueyniosiharit| and bat was built up a (on Nenan.lI1'e. second door from Dr. Byrne's the sa e of coma of the bent Books pnbfrhe ia the j few days; and cures alwaks warranted and *10 for s'ajp thotwands ., IbeoMtlav J* net a I'1**
toM means
:.ewfrootthsry been jaws f death. Any I wh&Usale trade .f an ezt hitherto unheard :of new banding- ,)" assuring the public that hu prices Country. To men uf good addreMpoacsi>ing a small I foiled Ineasesofniilure/*_ .al remain_will scourge to the Louisa raecv Aeeept my &IIUlI"
sending Twenty ve Cents eneloeod In a letter per. aa regard arbolM of this kind. 'Th*bigbvst point ball bo moderate and all j.ann'nU warrantod capital of from f251.'100, such inducements will I Dot b* prescribed. No barge made for examina behalf of the afflicted and.bIiv .*. 7' rV

son r.eeh.O. copy'i i U werk by mail, or five has not yet been reaebcdVand It- believed that to ot;;. .. be offered as to enablo them to make from f 3 to. 1 Lions and prescriptions I: worker in the good work yon are so aehvely -
win wiQ be sent for the dallar Addfon, (post tbe sales ol this year will bea rnUllon and-a half of 17. B. Catting rcparing at the shortest Dotro $iS *day profit. S DKKASEt aLA yES, gaged inw __jOnecepy

tid C.-j,D* Wtt YotT0., He'45X 'Eprnee. street, boUlw Depot and Jlsnnlaetftrr, No. 137 Uroad- \- ., _- : 07 Tbe Book.published bart> all useful 4 efnenseto their owner, ID"hopeless condition will be forwardedOteewelyend ".
junell way Hew York.' KoUiJ prieu 7J; cents ;a large heir eh.ractor..extremell popular, and command. will be purchased- ,Addes,. I poetage paid,) on receipt of 22 "t8 w
Uadelplaia. y bottle.' Liberal:discount.,to,|>urch..' by the 'A }( BAtes'JUY. I" 'received per Prigs 'arge sales wherever they are offered Dr JASJlU 4 copies for $1. Address CUU KX A eo.i1": .
BRICKS. BRICKS.-50,000 qaaotit,.. Sold by aH theprincipal merchantand 1 V. Emttrm and' .Djnj' ,;- Als\> 250" bushels' )'or particulars, addn_ (postage paid) -Pay the postage STJaeksonv01oBP.' ere, Dox 116,J&4eIIJ. ', ..
Oats and for sale on belIeves ., '
byaetl4f : .EGBERT SEARS yory Apr .
S j N .iJaera Brlckofibcbui quality druggist throughout the United States and Canada .; t Publisher. Doobellen eaavarn.ra a.44 ook .1&ftI1aJ--
:; i )exIC. Great Britain.Ac. BELLECnAESK I FIXEaAlT.kHt .00t22- 181 William Street,NJY '1 BLANK JEEDS-PoT tbr eon. j ptied! on the most liberal "fOe .->,.-v ,- ,,:apdI
't Jtat rs nv.d and for sile by.SW It i '-... Sold U Jacksonville by _" .:. UUUD.YiUt: said "*' ROCERT t! '. ,.e.IoIIM of nouses and Lot*,and Real '
._ .:. ., A*i,-.BEEDJ.'U J1UtH.OmJ.. M. PAYNE,'Dra ftt.' Mowpriewbjrl McfUEN nnosunuly, G otaUdea:rijitioustfor sale low &, i: EitaU of any bnd by the single"- sheet HARDWARE AND CUTLEBr DTiC"
,...J. by. JlcCUEN 4 ir quaatlty. fbr sale atTnrs: Orrici. Il, by I> UQCCc..i



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