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: December 3, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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_ I Meeting in Jacksonville. has been examined and approved, and He spoke pointedly} the growing propensity conds. 0 1'Ounc.t.L JXE&LIGEISCL ", Ia II1p7t _10 < .yn.

that the said 'appropriations were made Government officers wfr.jtidirial The comet'was built in ,Savannah, and THE WAX xx THZ EAST.-The cUr The Jackson Mmisaippian of the lltf! .
: fn response to a previous call a meeting for'the express' purpose.of ng' on legislation, and? the assamption of unauthorized as remarked yesterday, Lt"the most has issued violent and threatening man- fust'eoiifirrnstbee1egraphIeintellipof <

'1 jt&lclti&ew ot Dna county convened. the work, and were not to be' expended pow r. ,After!;briefly alluding to beautiful of all the boats entered for this festo declaring his determination to bring the great overthrow of'whfggery-at '

II rtb:Coort Honse in Jacksonville, for tbe'i in making :further. Surreys :preliminary. the'great Importance,.of. the proposed? :im Regatta. Thos was Georgia and the canoe the Porte to terms by force of arms. tie recent election .io that State' The _:
of taking into consideration the thereto. again triumphant She doubtless owed By a telegraphic despatch from the -
i purpose provement both to the nation.and the State, account in the Miniatrppian is u follow/ t
action; of the Government in relation ,to tbe Hence we draw the conclusions that concluded with! of his this victory to the superb performance of French Consul at Bucharest, dated Nor. "We have never announced a, popular .t .
he the
f removal of t*'e obstructions to navigation in both of these appropriations were, applicable expression her'crew.,': Forin the race on Wednesday, 6, it is announced that the second and verdict with more heart-felt satisfaction' i,-
the St. Johns River, on Friday Eevening, to this work and which were believed entire confideneejn Dr. Baldwin's plan for she was distanced both by the Lamar, third divisions of the Turkish forces had I than that which we.enjor in proclaming .,;:

tbe25tb inst. Hon. THOMAS DOUGLAS sufficient to complete itat the time effecting these ends,and in wishing a speedy with these same oarsmen, and by the defeated.tbe fourth/division'of Russians, the result of our State elections a Moo- l-
, they made if consummation to the enterprise.The North State. ,But the fact is PortntaL The Russians had retired
t called to the Chair,and AT. A. CAB- were they were faithfullyand ,as we heard near day and Tuesday last. The democratic- : .<
wa economically applied to this object meeting then adopted the' following some one say, "Mr. Spalding can make towards Bucharest, with loss of 639 killed victory is complete. The State ticket_ i l:
attn requested to act as Secretary. and alone. But the prices of labour materials resolutions TSubmitted that crew of his beat anything." and wounded, including officers of high headed by John J. ?4cBae' is elected by i.>
The object of the meeting was clearly & to be used have become -us. I -:
nearly the Chairman-
,. by ,Impcrtut Irvm ClbM-Rrycrted Flltt .! the rank.A an average majority not less than from' '
briefly stated by the chairman, when Dr. tOO since the estimatesfor Rtiotced That Russian had been burnt : ."
ptl"mtt higher i contemplated commission : war steamer four to six thousand. Wm. Barksdale, .,
B&LDWI being called upon, arose and in the work were made, and economy in i to examine tbe month of the St. A friend has placed at our disposal a by the Turks; near Arsova. The Russian the democratic candidate Congress for : .

: an able address gave a fall and explicit expenditure of the appropriations has Johns river, with a view to a plan for the letter from Dr. Parker, Secretary to the forces defeated constituted the main bodyof the Stalest large, It elected Bj abont tW /

statement of the present situation of the St. become still more imperative now than heretofore improvement prepared..and thereof,is, in view of the, plan'' Dr. U[ : States legation at Canton,of which the the army in the Principalities, under. same yote. In the 4th district Wfler P.

John bar, dearly sb. wing the caaw of the Formerly order to accomplish .the object Baldwin,. wholly unnecessary preeeutedby, but if tbe following is a Copy: :I Dannenbnrg. "Harrt*has waited Brer the track-,whEcmt i -
rnt bad*tale of the river at that place, in view. But we are informed that Government shall be determined to send out "I have what 1 am assured contained The Turks have also been victorious in a competitor. In the third O. B.:Singleton

pre and explaining a plan ub- the Department, under whose charge one one for that purpose, it be respectfully requested in a private letter from Pckin, that Keen Asia, under Selim Pasha, and were pressing triumphs by not less than 1,000.-:

and presenting removal of these : of the appropriations was placed. con- to associate Dr. Baldwin with it, ain Fung, the present Emperor, on the 2d of in strong force towards Bucharest.It .. W. 8..Barry is almost certainly elected .
mitted by himself for the '. strues the act granting it, in a manner eo justice, due to him, and to those who are August, fled to Gehnl, in Tartary, and is now believed that all attempts to in the 2d, and D.'B. Wright in the let .
obstructions; be then went on to show the as to require it to furnish the plan for especially interested in this improvement. that Prince Wie Chin, fifth brother of settle the difficulty by diplomacy must Both branches of the legislature democratic ,

motives with which Congress had granted this improvement, and already a portion By F. C. Barrett : Taou Kwang, was left k charge of the fail-at least until a decisive battle shall The majority joint ballot ,

appropriations for the improvement of the of the appropriation has been expendedin Resolted, That a copy of tbe resolutions I Empire, and that the insurgent troops be fought.The pledged to go into caucus 0 will not fall I .

river, and preservation of the Light-house; making examinations preliminary to adopted the by this be meeting communicated and reported the by I were in six days Pekin at that date. Russian army has been reduced by short of thirty-it may possibly reach .

anJ commented upon the reasons assignedby such a plan; but these examinations have committee committee to our, Delegation in Congress.And by "This news bears marks ofprolulility sickness to 80,000, and no reinforcements forty. H. S. Foote is' completely overthrown -

tbl heads of the respective Departments been suspended since April last, and we that said delegation be requested to urge and the source of my information is as reliable could arrive under six weeks from the as a recompense fo his betrayal -

into whose charge bad been intruded the learn that they are yet incomplete. We, I upon the proper Department the removal of as any we can ordinarily get in last accounts. of the party ha' once elevated him .
expenditure of these appropriation" for the .must express it as our opinion, that these the obstacles: alleged to.be. presented by China. Austria having concentrated large bodies power, and for enlisting the service .
the expenditures are contrary to the intent, I the disputed title to the land ol'on"hicb the The rebellion is, on the whole, steadily of troops on frontiers,tile Servian the enemies of the national .
them fiom accomplishment
withholding if not the letter, of the act granting the I L'ght'houe ic situated, l by having that title advancing in China. There has been Government.have notified the Porte that The'result of demotcaministtion
of>lbe object for which they were designed appropriations, for the reasons given I properly adjudicated, upon( or the question some fightingat Amoy and if not distinguished neither Austria or Prussia should be allowed the democracy of Mississippi ele -
In response to a request Col B. It). I'EAB- In dispute compromised.By fur the number of slain that and their
above,. that Congress Lad refused to duringthe to occupy territory a a party of and that
sow, in an appropriate, address, exj-re" 'eJ grant an appropriation for a Survey, but C. Drew : conflict, the result was attended with population was called upon to arm. It is be principle there .
the cD u
Resolved the counties of the nee
That other
his; confiJent belief, and full acquiescence: when a digested plan was presented, it State be requested, by action in public barbarous cruelties. The attack was reported that Austria thereupon pledged involved beyond the elen1c a. '

in the plan for deepening' the St. Johns bar. consented to grant an appropriation- meetings to operate III the promotion of made on the town by the Imperialists on neutrality, on condition the Porte would of individuals. The triumphant success

tendered by Dr. Baldwin ; recommended the carrying it out. But even if the contraction the object of this meeting. the 27th August. There was fitting give employment in their army to Austrian of the entire ticket 'nominated by the .

prompt action of the people of Florida given by the Department to the Resoled, That a copy of the proceedings between the rival junks-funny work it refugees. .There are fresh rumors State convention is an etnphatic'vindica. 4 .

this matter; givui a bold expression of his act, be the correct one, we must express of Ibis meeting be furnished the publishers must have bcenr and the upshot was that of troops being raised in Egypt. tion of the time-honored the .. '

views in cimdemiuiioa of the action of it a*our opinion, that the Surveys whichit of the newspaper m Florida with a request the Imperialists triumphed. by a coup de INDIA.-The lasrbverland mail brings suds withering ug' '. .
in felt it, its duty to make, bar not been that they publish the same. main, capturing, it is said, four hundred news from India that the Czar of the Rngsias pry and traitorsno matter in e.
officer the
Government of these regard: funds to and expenditure prosecuted with the di"pateh due to the II After the adoption of which, the meeting_I of the patriots, the best part whom were had effected an alliance with Dost Mahomedwherebtho guise they may hare presented themselves. \
concluded -
; importance of the improvement upon was enteitamtngly adJresseO J. M'RoBCRT instantly beheaded, according to the economical latterwas pledged to
with a motion that a committee of I of the East. The Imperialists declare
which the future welfare and prosperity procedures war against thelndo.Britanniopos-
I BAKER, Esq, and then, motion, ad.
fire be appointed by the chair, for the pur- of Florida so much depend. upon then began the destruction of sessions, if England continued to espouse :Slave Property in Mu i

pose of drafting resolutions expressive of I journed. the villages where the enemy had resided, the Turkish .cause.' A large. ;Russian the St. Louis ,b
And are further informed that the THOMAS DOUGLAS, Chairman in insecure condition and in
the 5en eof the roertnig in this re!pect." killing tIc men and beys, and cutting off force was to enter BekhardL very ,
jigbt-IIon Board, under whose charges M. A. CIRRCTK, Secrttary.tcf the breasts of the It that where this description of property
In compliance with the motion, the cha rnai women who had flourished was reported also a large Per- count I
I < appointed B. M. Pearson, F. Lit in- i placed the would other oppropriation be in violation, has law decided -I Papers throughout the State will such a serpent-brood. There were sian army was collecting in aid of Russia, mostly held general alarm pr
that it vails. Slaves
- please copy. some characteristic reprisals for this and] but this is denied at Constantinople.ENGL&yD.The .in gangs across theNississippicontinually. ,
Eton, H. Tmianus. Culumt Drew, and t'J tbi t3 tbi so" asthe In Marioncouu.'
apply purpose "long the rebels re-entered portions of the town. fleet at pithead had .
C. M.Cooper as such committee. site of the Light-House is in dispute TilE CIIIRLESTO REGATTA, On the list of August the two armies arrayed been ordered to prepare for sea by the ty, a public meeting has been held, a society ,

The comra Jlee then withdrew for consul The government built the present Lighthouse GEORGIA RULES THIn EWAVESI! themselves against each other two 11th. The order issued from a full Cabinet formed to prevent the escape of

tat inn. upon its present site without hav- our paper Thursday we published miles from the town, but with what result Council, held on receipt of the above sne and a system of ptrol apt
aWnce of ng purchased it, and it has ever since beenin the is sad. description of .Iae. .
During the the committee, the a telegraph dispatch announcing result not intelligence from India.
Hireling wa ajreeably and instructively en- dispute, yet from time to time, it has of boat-races in Charleston on the firs The rebels were constantly moving toward FRANCE.-On the trial of the opera held by members of the association is required .

lei tawed by icTiarks from the chair, Dr. appropriated funds to make repaint uponit day of the regatta, when it will beremcm Pekin, the Manchoo troops sent conspirators at Paris, it was clearly proved i of them. Another meeting of

Bald_.. and oitiero.After and even to preserve its site, and no bored that the first prize was won by the< against them having been shamefully that a plot was on foot to assassinate the same kind has been held in HoW
fear of the violation of law has ever prevented C' A.. Lamar, entered and steered by beaten. The Emperor is treating f1is Louis Napoleon. county, at which it was ,
a TTaf co v-n!Nation the commute these works from being carriedout and the Generals after LATER EAST. The Russian all free blacks from the ex
Randolph Spaulding, Esq., second after the good old plan ntou TIlE county .
rriunif d, and Mit"mit d the f i4lowing preamble heretofore, and it is impossible for us prize by the Kale Keenan, entered of the Reign of Terror, whether with officers whd have been taken prisoners have patrols.lUEErnra. a .'

',and f M>lut',>, ...yJmh *iW bttufiraJ to perceive- why inch1-anrapptehcji .ion by-tba-saxae gfntlrcxsaThia.vat._e<\rtainly Clctldt.r'beu"1f.a,....thiaaegrity lnu.JWu flon.* nii...ft m.. TL .- .
t b". tie ..Vcretary, were unanimously should now prevent the application of this glory enough for oneday,but anoth- of his ,Empire remains to beseen. allied fleets were in the Bospborus. It or'THE HABDSCI;N.Toiuu.

aJoj'trJ t>y tie meeting: ppropriition to its legitimate use. his victory was in store fur the representatives -The late general commanding Hupe, was rumored the Turks had stormed Buch -An immense meeting of the :"Hu, '
unquestionably the duty of the govern. of Geogia in the aquatic contest.- Po-le-Kung-ure, was discovered in disguise arest. was held Wednesday evening, in
Ifiirreai, It apj cars from a careful examination lent to provide suitable Light-Houses, &t politan Hall, New ,York Mayor Wes-
The first prize yesterday was also won bya under a false name, in a village in The Porte has decidedly rejected all offers
of tbe subject, tbateffirtshau* proper points, for the protection of com- Georgia boat, built in Savannah, and the outskirts of Pckin. He had arrived of diplomatic arrangements. It was tervelt presided, assisted by eighty-eight r

grant an appropriation for tbe purpose engaged in it, and it surely cannot built and owned by Mr. Lake, of this city. city, under his command, wan taken by receipt despatches from Gen.Baraguay name was .
<>f having the necessary Surveys made at Lc the intention of the to read by J B. Hastings, sustaining and
government The Courier thus describes race : the rebels; and this concealment with its D'Hilliers, announcing his arrival at Constantinople o "
the mouth of tbe St. John's River, in permi the Light-House at the mouth oftbe would approving Ex-Collector Bronson,
For the first race theie were three entries peculiar circumstances, was decleared to 25,000 French troops duocug
order that some plan might be adopted St John's to be destroyed, and suffer frcesoilism, and .
but only two boats appeared, viz : have aggravated his original crime. He be ordered there.
f-jr rettWing the obstructions existing its light to be extinguished, which we Comet-canoe--13 feet 11 inched- was sentenced to decapitation which he The Atlantic arrived at Liverpool on Democracy on tbcrcrdt. of the late elec
there, but it likewise appear that these fully believe will be the result, if speedy
the 9th inst.
10 oars. soon suffered,and his son holding an appointment tion.Resolutions _
efforts have not been attended with succes ica-Mircs are not taken to prevent it ; "forth State-plank-- 45 feet-1C in the criminal Board has been Iluo in unisn'wit the ad ,
for no such appropriations have as therefore be it .;
dismissed the service. At our last advi- THE JWrr 0"1 TUE DEMOCRACY. Lttr fm.

yet been made, and no longer ago than Resolved That in the opinion of this meetng. oars."After a fair start, the competitors, who ces, Hong-Kong was too much excited in .The idea of trying this or any admin- D. S. DlcsD, B. Weller, and .
the of 1352! of of the "Hards"
summer an appropriation endorsing course ;
the fairly matched in dimensions and regard to the looked-for news to decide its without resj .
were ,
Lbs removal of the obstructions to istration upon appointments,
$:OOO for these stricken and the
Surveys was speeches to same delivered L
.tv,gation of the St. I lub"'..at Its month isof number of oars, kept well together for whether the reigning dynasty had fallenor b absurd to be purpose were
oat of tile River and Harbour Bill by the regard to its measures, too by Senator Stockton, Hiram WaV
f he first importance to the prosperity oflorida. some distance, and it was reported bj triumphed.
hirer tfouse of Congress. But before ami kiiouU be prosecuted with allthe some that the North State was entertained for a moment. On such a bridg M. C., Fran CutingL C.,

any particular plan of improvement can di"patch practicable, to ensure its early ahead spectators several times. The,wreck The of St.this lUbrrt steamer Mmrlim.was passedon trial the whigs will always be arrayed an Henry Fotr.
be den'ideJ up n, it is very ,evident that mpletion; for this purpose we expressur
such Surveys must be had. And in the undiminished confidence in the plan, "When they neared the closing line Monday morning last by the steamer against it, as a matter of course, and, in A SAMPLE CLERK. -

absence of aid from Congress for ;iropo-ed by Ur B-tlduiiii, of closing up Fort however, sufficiently to allow observers Pee Dee, Captain Coates, which arrived combination with them, the disappointed .
this any of citizens George Inlet en that the currents cannot interfere there to note their positions !it was evident here yesterday evening from Cheraw.- office-seekers are too apt to judge unfavorably Sem B. is a wag. A joke to Jem is
one our own ,
purpose to preve.nl the full discharge of the that tbe Comet was'getting the best of td The Pee Dee brings the latest intelligencefrom both food and raiment;and whenever there
availed himself of tbe local which has
baling waters of the river, into the ocean direct This state of things continued throughout the scene of the disaster. Capt. of the administration is an opening fo fun, he has it. .
knowledge of facts involved in the subject AIIJ we further state it as oar opinion that the remainder of the race, and the Comet Coates informs us that the Robert Martin failed to gratify their aspirations. But Jem wa*recently IB a drugstore when:

possessed by those whose residence, 110 other feasible plan! for this improvement, came home, beating the North State by presents as complete a scene of ruin as the real trial of the administration will a yout apparently fresh from the'o. .
and bad them good be which will effect the
occupation object
given opportunities can presented the of three lengths clear. the anchors chains, the store,and at once accos "
of being familiar with the existing In view-tbe removal of the obstruction space he ever saw, even come on when the President comes for- tD
pbcnooiina at the bar, commenced from the River,allil also the preservation ofthe The Comet was steered by R. Spalding and a heavy iron caps tain which was on : ward with his. recommendations, and tedJemstatingthathewiainsesrehofa s.
anJ carried Li hl.ho"se Ue-at st small an etpeniture Esq., who had carried off both prizes deck, were blown on the neighbcring job. ; I
which has resulted out a series in the of examinations of, of means for ranging them out. on the day previous, and was manned by bank. Her deck was torn up and fragments when the public judgment is invoked upon 'What kind of a jdbT inquired the _

production Resolved That the valuation of Congress the Georgia negroes token from the crews of machinery, cargo and hull blownin the measures proposed. That trial will wag.
a for tlu which
plan and
Las improvement in granting these two appropriations, of that had rowed on to victory before, and every direction. Mr. Ulmo, the 1st commence in a few days; and it gives us Oi, a most aybigl want to git :
tbe confidence of the public, $10.000 each, wa evidently for carrying out this accordingly was the third purse taken Engineer escaped almost miraculously, kind of a farmin-,-
and of those wboee either great pleasure to see with how much confidence ti i
especially fojiilianty the and we cannot but consider
plan. and an' kin band
in succession by same steersman being on the deck when the explo- turn my to anything
with tbe subject constitutes them good be application of these appropriations to upper the friends of the administrationare
crafts hailing from the Empire Stateof He blown and Well we & a a goodItrong
with- by sure took place. was up, .n' many /
than this work the
other to or
in the and such the use
juJgcs conviction of its matter, that was the olduig then from use, to be in violation oftbe the South. It seems, then, that our descended head foremost on the deck of looking to the result. The voice of healthy man, a sample clerk..' ::'

author practicability, spirit' if not the letter, of the acts by Edtsto negroes were right last year when the boat-his hands probably striking the Old Dominion as to the duty of the What's the wa l'
citizens requested by a publie meetingof which they were granted. But if the phraseology they remarked, after tbe performance of first no doubt saved him, but his head democracy at the present time comes to 'Wages a. ; wepay$1,000to.. tf I.
of East Florida, to go on to of the acts is each as to forbid their the Becky SEarp, Massa, you needn't put bid received a bruise in the encounter, us with all the potency of its long-estab man in that situation/ *. .
Washington, and submit it to the proper operation toward carrying ont the plan al- dis boat in; dar's more Georgia negroesin but nothing serious. Capt. White and lished reputation for wisdom and devotionto What's a floW do? -" .- :
authorities there, and our Delegation iq ided to, we request our delegation in Conrr& decided in five Oh medicines that' all/ :
dis race. The race was Mr. Gage, the mate, have both escaped principles. The Richmond Enquirer merely to.&t s .
Congress were requested to make an effort to u"e their be!t exertions have itso minutes thirty seconds." without injury. Some of the hands have speaks that voice as follows: It requires stout man, one of good constitution .
it to obtain In an appropriation for carry- and altered if no such as.to oUtac'es I permit! of exist being, to so have applied tbe, The Mercury has also a spirited des not been found since the occurrence, be- "The Alexandria standard copies and and after he gets used &it, he

ing out. compliance- with this request work rutrd with al possible dispatch. cription of the contest between the North ing, no doubt, blown pieces. The boat endorses the admirable article from the doesn't miadit. Ton see w a.very
t this gentleman went on to Washington Resolred, That oar delegation be requested Carolina boat and the Georgia "canoe." bad been taking in wood at "Port'.Ferry Alexandtia Sentinel which we publishedand particular about the quality hnzr'me-

,and IKO appropriations 910,000 to use the r best endear ours to procure The editor saysPunctuUll Landing," and was about starting when adopted on Saturday last. It forcibly cines,and before we sell any, i -
each were granted in separate acts for this an additional appropriation of $10,000, to at 121 o'clock, the competitors he accident took place. says, that 'now that the New York parcel. Youwouldbezeqnired to take '

purpose. We are iuftrmed that there complete the work, for which tbe former appropriations for the first race came to the starting By a letter from Capt. White, to his elections are over,we agree with the Sentinel six or seven ounces of castor oil semi dsysy I

were three separate recommendations for are insnfficieut, in consequence. near James Island shore, and took brother this city, we learn,that the ,explosion I that it is high time to close up the wit a few doses rhubarb. aloes,crotonr
these appropriations, emanating from different of the present high prices of labour, materials their respective places, as follows: occurred on Saturday morning, I breach which)has been made in the democratic oil similar preparations. Some dayr

departments of the public service, work,,and&C.to required make in the the prosecution deficiency in of the the First, the North State, plank 45 feet at 6 i o'clock. The boat was literally torn ,party; Especially is it. the_ duty would not required t take'anything -' .* .

one recommending the appropriation of other appropriations up caused by the expenditure 10 oars; entered by Ross C. Davis. Esq., to pieces, and of the 27 persons on board of'the southern democracy to present an ; but as a general thing, you can- >
$10,000 turtLe improvement of the navigation in making exammatona which were and steered by Mr. Smith. She was tou were missing killed, or fatally injured unbroken front to the enemies of their count upon-say, from six to ten doses

of tbe St. John's by this plan, in contemplated, and which were not estimated painted green, with white and red streaks. and died soon afterthe, accident. I principles, who are now busy in the attempt sometimes cllA work, that does'not

one bill, the other two recommending the lor before the former appropriations Her crew in red shirts. The Captain and Mate were unhurt, and to reorganize opposition to the testing de

S plan to be carried out for the preseva- was granted. Second, Comet, canoe, 43 feet 11 inches the Engineer but slightly injured.. Ben :present democratic administration. We ment,would b the principal labor -

tion 'the IJgbt-IIouse site, and for it .: That thi. meeting highly which,bee ap 10 oars; entered by W m.Lake.., Willis, the cook; Peter, one of the fire; know of no subject upon which there is edofjou'andaaisaidbeforeitrequires, '

an appropriation of 810,000, in another predate the Dr.zealous A. S. Baldwin public spirit(to make, at his and steered by Mr. Spaldiog. lIer color men, Joe, second engineer, are' missing any need, for a, difference ,of opinion a person of very healthy organization tof -
bilL There were two appropriations prompted ,the nrceesaryezploratioui6 and was white, with red and black streaks.She .-- Simon, Stephen, and four other deckhands among southern democrats. As far aswe endure it but yon lh and I: .
granted for accomplishing these objects surveys expense, and mature a plan for the improvement was rowed by the crack crew which were killed., Dandy Bob and know, the party is a State-rights par- 'guess you would yoaagl '

e but the plan presented proposed to effect of the navigation of our river. which had been victorious in the Lamar, on the Burrs) ,arewomded, both is supposed ty; because is a southern-rights party; man(pointing to a palefacedslimlooking' .
these by ODe ,and the same operation, JIM bees approved by the light of science, irstday-dressed white stockinet. not seriously. because believes. that the preservationof I youth who happened be present) --
to fC l; the closure of Fort George Inlet, has commanded the, approbation ot high Thus they stood in beautiful trim,wait- The Captain says that the cause of the all the'reserved rights of the States is fiUedthepostfortbepssttwo.weekaba .

whose currents, it was alleged, were in* public functionaries, and baa in effect been log for tbo signal. As coon as it was explosion is unknown, that it certainly necessary to the protection of the liber- he i hal.tt.euugl) tli We-

atramental i in producing both evils whichit aiopted by:the action of Congress' : And declareas it given, they.sprung ,like frightened deer was not for want of water in .the boiler,- ties of the people. ,Let it be united.' sold yon te hoc
was desired by.this pun to avert. It is it felt to be due to tbe occasion .to before the accident the- of the States ready and if gt
the leRN of this meeting that the. sound fronitheir tracks for two or three minutes Let it guard rights by yon a you say : ;
evident therefore, that it was the bead and unconstitutional be begin to-day.. Here's. a, new barre1ofcastoroiljustoomeinfllgound.dra. .
very practical knowledge,'and sterling worth of "Boojaat ai wingi.and flitting tiurongh the*pnj.. be was at the boiler saw seeing that no powers
intention Congress that these appropriations Dr. Baldwin entitle any Mggestiona,or any Far the first half of the race the North the wattr tried, and there was plenty exercised by.the coming Congress., Letit .' 1
should bespplied to the prosecution lepresentatiorw be may make in this matter, led Mr. bis crew The wreck of the boat now'lies about a. watch with constant vigilance every ao ounce-. T: A
State .Spalding keeping_
of this work because no other clan to.the b'ghest,cooperation. in, hand for the final brush. Be mile and a half below Port's.Perry, ,and; step taken in the adnunistrasioB of the Here,the verdant who had.been gazing .
for the work had been presented, ,and: it B. M. PEARSOX Chairman.Upon steadily ud with his friends that ,when' the Captain'will endeavor to save as much federal g'f ru De .. ,Let therein inscribed i intently v the slim.youth. mtpt I
arranged ,
had previously refused to grant$2000 fat tile adoption of 'hith by.the meeting he he had the his own from it aa possible.X3cll in characters of light upon its him withany '.

. 4 making the necessary Surreys upon which Judge Lrvmoaro aroM and addressed he saw would wave bis handkerchief.game In way the .**f C.S.aater.e.' broa&er-free trade' low duties no N.uo, lo "I'-&, 1-; -- -

to have a plan for this work, yet subsequently awembly; be el fwtb the obligation of midst of the race; though still_behind be, )MltXXDOKTTLUE :' '. 18. ,debt,'. separation from ,Banks economy. how. !'aunt f, ,
consented 110,000 for strict the and ef I o'clnde :-
grant adherence to
: i Government in protecting;and, promoting flaunted signaled with s word to his The&uitoshav&deiided; to-x postpone retrenchment, and jto ocmFlrsoptetmorrors
carrying out the tbe same bill, oastit <'This'is the creed which"it 'Jetyouknow.' :*. : -
plan, in the tioti. .
( of 0 8 Senator re .
for *
from commerce, iu doty to keep 'lights at proper trusty crew,be let himself oat. At each theekctwo. a.
which the$2000 were stricken out bmbidem crati&psrtytodtoeateaeddefend : Dot ;it M:
r' for oiitaa1oug i the tout,and th' consequent. stroke,he ncared his ,competitor, until at mtindeVbf the'session Five Democrats "." -
i ,.the. Surveys f t.hns.sbowing more conTejthatihe'p1aiieated1b1T ahead" the" \i ted to ponettGreit excitement wasproduced J ;t this is.thWtorm-. upon haconwderedrtBework'_ t. a'g; .
of pr6iecung"aodkeeprnj repair, act he ebol winning race by 4"- "
*. EIII. : the necessity ..;.a. #-''* three length Time .5 minutes.80 se on th*result being made public: '"hj i' is &I dU'1 tot. :; }* h- ;l .
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Upon our first page .nr'bG' found, aninterestinglett.cr atitntion,'and have tegOvernmentadniia.istered We have not spa/o'to doTe than to F ..OIUD.LThe'&TaD ,h News : In another column will iIe r
says found ?
Jof France Bucharest
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Consul to the Jacksonville : denounce the.act of the Senate an out- thai'
Bourguencr, November 6th': from Dr. A. S. Baldwin, explaining papers in purity. 'We have good reasonto the rights of the ,co-ordinate The preparation of the starch from this official and the canvass by the Secretary of Stat, \

-"On the 2d and 3d of November, the the causes which have delayed toe contemplated belive, that his ultimate l aim and object rage branch upon cf the Legwlatnre.and upon all root, has become quite extensive in this I cent! State Treasurer the rotes n.- t,
cast for Justices
Turks crossed tbe Danube from Turtukaito improvement of the mouth of isjto exalt himself. by breaking down tho the principles of courtesy in legislation. State, and is found to be very lucrative. Court;, Judges of tile Circuit ef the Courtf .

Oltenitxa to the number ofabout 13,000 the St. Johns. That noble river is the power of slaveholding states, and,this ,It is virtually an :usurpation by the cn- requires but little.outlay! machine State Sohcitoiv, The results uad
On the 4th General Parlof attacked for
. men. natural outlet of East Florida, and by ate of the leto of Government ., Supreme
:- them with 9,000 men, and after, a brisk any course of internal improvement wor- accomplished. to ride into power over a niiWficuton'byit power C. of an nactment which ry-most of it being of the rudest and most Courtisasfullowa: S ... I

cannonade, combat_ with bayonet took thy of the State, or likely to benefit it as their ruins. This! resultthis, demagoguewill : had: ,received its own sanction well as primitive description* From *letter which For CA / .1siee.- r

place between the'two armies. The Turks a State, must also be the outlet of the produce l not hesitate to attempt bring about that of the House and tbe Executive! W0.find in the Floridian & Journal, dated Baltxell, S 3373' ."

maintained their positions, at Oltenitta, of Middle Florida ; whi'e to East, by every means in his power.. He, no It is, in short, 'an absolute repeal by one at Cape Florida,we learn that seveo hands, Thompson, 1510

and have fortified them. The combat i West, Middle and the greater part South doubt, exults over the recent split in the body: ; of the act of.the whole Legislature, during the past year dug the root, manu Wright, 1705
lasted three hours ; in it the Russians Florida, it is the natural highway te and : for4factious ForAuoa'ateJiutice
democratic ranks in New York for by it, purposes factured and carried to market starch sufficient -
lost 'several officers, and 138 privates from the Atlantic cities and coast. If, Chronicle influential ,
S killed; and six superior, 18 subalterns, then, there is any project which should he will in all probability come in for the The-Augusta an to nett 8-1745.-/1'Q; cultivation is Douglas 8960

and 479 privatas wounded. Tho loss on be backed by the united public opinion of lion's share, the senatorship from that whig paper, fter80mecommen'u_ ,in which required, as the root gripontaneously Dupont Semmcs, 8660 .

'. the Turkish side U not known. 4,000 the State, it is this one ; and we suggestto it remarks, that such "a course cannot bo abundance.' Formerly( til tbe 2602
r nearly Rouge
Turks occupied Kalvacbe. 2,000 have: the citizens of the various counties, state.The justified or defended before? an intelligent 1907
Hards the partisans of Bronson arrow root of commerce was brought from It will be
established themselves on an Island in whenever they have occasion for public public uses the following strong lan seen Judge Baltzell beat

l.. front of Giurgiro, 12,000 are in Lesser meetings to present this matter: particularly have joined with the whig, have given Bermado, but recently, that from Floridais both his competitors 58 TOtet,-Flori

; Wallachia." and emphatically: : to tbe notice of the them their strength! in the election, and guage. taking its place. !dian & JournalZQth.I9 .

Skirmishes continually ocurred at the Federal auth3rities.Florida Sentinel have become confirmed and bitter enemiesof "If our legislators may thus disregard I
1 outposts. 29th. "The'law and their positive duties as legislators FLORIDA AND ALABAMA RAILROAD "100tbe Washington correspondent
call themselves
Before the crossing of the Danube, a I the administration. They how shall: we expect obedience to COfPANY.We learn from Pensacola of the Baltimore Sun, says of

. body of Cossacks came to the river bank THE WEATHER.-We are yet to have good democrats, though they have law from tbe people, in the placo of such Gazette of Coaling's recent letters-
. the 12th
f and made signs of insult to the Egyptians the first day this season which might excuse betrayed the power of their party into precedents. a meeting Gen. Gushing bomb shell has pro;
l + who rushed to their boat, rowed an overcoat or fully justify the customary the hands of the wbigs, and have thereby The Savannah Georgian says, in speaking Directors of the Florida and Ala- duced a signal effect among the Eastern

; across the river in the face of the Cossacks woolen garments of winter. The raised up an uncompromising hostility' to of the conduct of these democrats, bama Railroad Company took place in free-soilers. They rear and kick, but

fire; and having punished them season has been remarkably warm. Cot the administration. Their object is, no "they did what even wbigs, we are confi- that city on Monday, the 7th inst. lIon. they have got a death blow. They are
well, and chased them some distance in- ton and Cane are still flourishing in the W. driven out of the regular democracy into
land, returned in triumph to the camp. field, and however short these crops may doubt, by giving it out, that they are the dcntwould not have done,and thatfor doing Anderson, the President, gave a very the open field of abolitionism. The in

: ,There are rumors of several other movements be elsewhere, we look for long and large friends: of state rights, and that the ad- which, they have doubtless become objects satisfactory account of the success of his fluence of the government 'patronage, at

I of the Turks at different points ones in 'loria.-Plortd. &uf ircl. ministration has a leaning to frcc-soilism, of scorn to their whig associates-! mission to New-York. lIe and Major this time, is sufficient to enable an administration .

t along tho Danube, and of the destruction .1- Chase obtained a cash 1' to impart tone it
to shake the confidence of the South in Tit !! hare violated their honor as men I o any pleases
\ of a Russian steamer at Ilcrsova, but THE STEAMER SKl1NOLE.-We are to tbe democracy of State and
Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars from the any give
it and thus to both parties againstit The of these doubt in !
these reports, though probable, do not pleased to learn that this new steamer i is array object men, no ; it any hue or color This results fron

,.1 ? rest on sufficient authority to state asa nearly: completed,
it facts. plate on the Florida route. A few days they themselves get into power, and reap was, that the state might, in the mean Chase has been authorized to make the alike corrupt and rotten. The present

i ; Selim Pacha has crossed the Russian since, her new engine, which is said to be the spoils of success. time, be canvassed, in order to procure the subscription in behalf the "New-town administration has introduced, it is true
Asia and battle has taken powerful was place ill lur, and some new political tactics !
frontier a into
very their
t They allege: that the Softs arc frce-soil- defeat of McDonald and the election of City Company, which he will no doubt, ij
place near Battoum. 5,000 men were engaged worked for some time, while IJiug l at the do tem of government; but the new system
gladly immediately return. ,
and both armies fell back as night wharf The iron tsoik of this b<,at has ers, and that the administration. has favored Cobb. upon was rendered expedient by the new state

: ; came on. At a second battle in Asia the beenuiadeatthofuuJaryofMr. A. N.: them by appointing one of their .. TJie Gazette says be is expected daily. of things.

: Russians were defeated. On tbe 20th Miller, and no expense has been spired< : chief men, Hcman- : J. Redfield- collector To the Editor of the News: Col. Joseph String was elected by the

\ ult, Masko Bey, and officer of Selim Pacha's to have it of the best mitcrLil and work DEAR SIB : An admirer of the improved board tofu the vacancy occasioned bj tbe BALTIMORE, NorK27.-New York.A .
of the of New York .in the place of
with small force sud. manship. The Semiuote will be a creditto port private letter (rom x London of the
staff, a was system which Mill men haveadopted death of Francis S. Jackson Esq., late
i l denly attacked by a body of Russian cav- our mechanics, and when compkted, Judge Bronson. for tho and lltb, states that Count Nesselrode bad
; purchase surveying of Director of the Florida and Alabama. Rail-
airy. lIe fell back, fighting, towards the will be as fine a boat as floats on the How much truth there is in this maybe : officially informed the British Government
and the Southern Sac. News.JACKSONVILLE. logs in a mercantile manner, would liketo road. that the Czar had determined to
; main body of the Turkish army, waters.- learned from the following: extract fight it
t know if by measuring timber IIJnnRsos out with Turkey.
battle speedily became general. 15,000 tapering ,
which we make from the WashingtonStar. .
: Russians were engaged in it. After hard viz : round or sided by the small end will DAVIS! -The WashingtonStar _
there is truth in Mar.,.. adlpN.w.CHARLESTON ..
defeated and no the
the Russians were says reports
: fighting give its true contents.: If it does, whydo
fled, pursued by the Turks, who plantedthe "Hcman: .J. Rcdficld, collector of the that the Secretary of War will leave his Nov. 28, P. 3!.
:Mill and :Merchants all the
Sultan's standard, and made their port, was one of the Cuss electors for the men over seat in the Cabinet to contest with Gov. The Cotton sales here to-day foot up

quarters at the Russian position of Orelle State:; at 1 irge in 1848, and has ken n<>- United States and Europe sell to consumers 1536 bale, at extremes of from 81 to 11

4, eight hours distance from Cioiockdere, fl'I. MFICC thru, as being one' of the most all tapering 'imbcr and lumber Foote a smt in the U S. Senate, from cents.

were the battle began. The Russian ultra iinti-Vau Burcu politicians in New round and squire by centre measurement.If Mississippi, arjfl adds that it is well known Iu Baltimore the Grain market to-day

I i force defeated: and driven back to Bucharest Yi-rk." the former is in Washington that Mr. Davis does not i is reported steady.
S wrong cap competent
was the mainbody of the Russians There i is, too, no reliable) cvfwnce that entertain the least" idea of withdrawing I Iu New York the Flour market is re-

under Gen. Dan enberg, and 30,000 to the softs are frcesoik-rs.! N< proof of it men be sworn to give both parties justice from his present p-':'itiuii. porteJ active, under a flight advance;andti..Jin

40,000 strong. with a wrong measure, antI if they can, has also improvced a shade.
; has been forward sufuientto
If this be true, the news is summedup jet brought ; is if. just. Any person that will cast a RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS.The .
thus The Turks have beaten the implicate the administration with a lean COUNTERFEIT COIN.-The New York
: a new light on this subject, will very much Washington corr *oud'Mit of the
Russians Asia. The Turkish left wing I I : ing that way. In the late presidential ] papers tate that new American twenty
oblige your most obt. Baltim.ire Sun, stbt re is i>o hrgr.
j in Europe has beaten the Russian's right SATURDAY, DKCEMUKIl: 3, 1S5S.: contest, all the various divisions of the tony any five cent pieces have been extensively
t their principal force, while the JUSTICE. doubt about the fait that the President,
comprising -" --- united andagreed counterfeited and
--- --- democracy on common ground, SL large number of them
Turkish centre has whipped 9,000 Russians NEW HOTEL FUR .J..uKM'ILLE. in his message, will recommend granting
to stan} on ir, and that "ly-gones EXPEDITION TO THE J.\zoi.-An are iu circulation. When not much worn
at Tnrtukai and is now pressing in Through the politenrss.! of the agent, to the State the privilege of levying ton
Bucharest. should be bj-gones." The hans have enterprise has been projected in New they are a good imitation, with one
upon )Ir. B. F. Ford, we are iifruifil of nage duties, in lieu of appropriations for excep-
;i f THE TACTICS.-The policy of the Russians flown the track: and have been faithless York which promises to open a new mar- tiou; the milling ou the outer edge is badly
the arrival of the Irlg Bermida, from rivers and harbors.:
is supposed to be, to draw the Turks to their party. Without their votes! it ket for our manufactures and extend our 1 done. They are run in moulds aDha
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Damariscotta: : Maine, with the loor::,
from their present advantageous positions' is believed the wbigs would not have commerce into regions where it has never IS,. The Mercantile Navy of the U. S. creases are not clear, and ihor,on particular .
to bring them to a battle that shall ce- saLo: &*., for the er,'cti-.n IJf anew II o.
; cide the campaign. The intention of gained the ascendency in New York.- before-penetrated. A company with a is at present greater than that of the Unit examination, that they are nut made
: tel in this town, for the proprietor, Mr.
I. Omar is to keep his promise to drive the And should Mr.Seward revive the lavcry capital of 8100,000 propose to send a first ted Kingdom of Gr at Britain, and tbetonnjgo in the manner of genuine- AGerwetbe1
A. J. from the plpec. It will
P.make_:.his_ 1'_ thrin! nttn be locate Day,on the lot same on tKo. comer of ngitAtlon, Ju oODJUlucnJo lib expected cl:1suivcr steamer 100 feet long, now ef the single city of New Jfork is become dark almost copper; bat a Ltrgo

:. bead-quarters and Julia of the foundry election, it appears the blame of this nearly ready for sea, on a trading voyageto within a trifle of being equal to that of number of theu> are in circulation that
IbeTrro Bay streets! west -
RcTlral' !* Ca.e.
justly, to a con-iJcralle extent, be the head waters of the Amazon. Of L>udon and Liverpool puttogether. According
may look well and all
!t WAsmNGTOX:;, Nov. 21.-The celclraI. of R. W. Bipg!1 & Co., and will present we mw quirtcrj
\isicJ by the country on the HarJs. the! capital, it is said, 500,000 is already to statistic, our mercantile marinewas should be examined
I. about be rlose'y.
ted Creole case is to brought to a front of 125 feet on Bay street: :
j g i I* the public attention in a new hapeIt It is believed too, that the antecedentsof sub cribcd. at the close of last year upwards of
t with of the Julia
wing : ame length on
will be recollected that in the year 1841 Mr. lledfield will bear the strictest I 4,000,000 tens. Seven years ago the .Alabamanih: ...
t street. The puilJing will be of wood, BOUNDARY BETWEFN GEORGIA AND
a schooner called the Creole was taken scrutiny, and that be may be relied on asa tonnage of New York was considerably MACON, Nov. 24.
of number of slave of 42 feet widc, three stories in 1 eight, with i FLORIDA.--The Tallahassee Floridian Last! eveningat Alabama
4 possession whom there were one hundred and thirty 250 feet of front piazza to each story, understands that this case is set for hearing a Democratic caucus of the members
federal democrat. it exceeded
five on board, while on a voyage from will be built cf the beat materials and : before the Supreme Court of the United 1,000,000 tons, whilst that of of the Alabama Legislature was held
I New Orleans. The negroes took the vessel At all events, the south! has shown un- London was 682,000 tons, and that ot Liv- -The caucus nominated Hon. Ben.
contain 72 room States on the 2nd Monday in December -
f into Nassau, where the British auth. dirainKhed confidence in the admiuistra- erpool 634,000. These are marvellous jinwn Fitzpatrick, and Q. C. Clay Jr., as
Sonic of the workmen iu the next. Thu Hon. Johnson
critics refused reduce the mutineers to came tion, that it will stand by the pledges, Keverdy facts. candidates far the two vacancies in the

I obedience, or to deliver them up, or to aid same vessel, others by steam conveyance: has been retained on the part of Florida. -.-------- United State Senate, from that State.-
< which it has that it will be true to
I the officers and owners in recovering possession of whom some 14 are joiners, 2 are masons : The State Attorney General of that State, ta- The Hon. A. E. Maxwell, member It H probable, but not certain, that they

of schooner. The result was that I, and 2 tenders. Mr. Peabody Simmons it and the whole country, a* it has thus will also probably be present at the argument. ol' Congress from this S.ate, left (>r will lIP elected. The day for flection, has

i the slaves gained their freedom; and were is the master builder. The intention far been. It believes that the government lIon. John )}. Bcrrcn and Hon. Washington on Friday night 18th inst., been fixed.
lost to their masters. A demand was immediately has set its face against both I irccsmlcrs
,Ir. the British Government is to have the buiMing completed! George E. Badger, will appear. on tuc via Columbus, Gen. -
made upon and abolitionists an I for indemnity on behalf the own- the first ( meet with any "Ylratit:1lhaodf.: Atthe NASHVILLE AND CUARLtSros.-The 5x-Senator Crams of Vermont is dead.
: ers Mr. Webster instructed Mr. Everett operations on tLc 9th ii-t. 11

to press the claim, and a corre pon- The commencement of tlin new Il trl North, President Pierce i It accused by jheHards .. We learn from Milledge\ill that ears are running over the whole distance ALLEGED DEFICIT PUBLIC Om"
dence on the subject took place between of favoring the frec8oilen,and by the Hon. Ch:tries J. .McDonald} was DC in- I'ttwcc-n Na-h\itoabdtLeTuincsHce! River
is another evidence of the of increasing
11 Mr. Everett and Lord Aberdeen, and subsequently spirit the ]>')<*ton Atljo, an able and influential mated: for Un'ited States Senator, by the with the exception of 2} miles. This CERS.-Secretary Outline's report to Con
between Mr. Webster and Lord : enterprise and business in our jrre's will show, it is said, a balance due
I Democratic at )1 ill ille js the only interruption to the railroad
whig journal, of favoring the slave hol! caucus eJgcv on
Ashburton ; but the British negotiators town. from public officers to the startling: amountof i
resisted the demands upon the ground ders. Many f the Southern whig journals Wednesday eight, on the seventh ballot.A communication between Charleston and
that the authorities of the Bermudas were TilE WI."TIU; repeat the charge of the Hards. If few of the friends of Ex-Governor Nashville. eighty

I not responsible for tbe acts of the negroes, For the past fortnight, the weather Las loing justice to the slaveholders is favor Cobb left the caucus: in a rage. UJ.E8.-Scven thousand :a.GovernorBroome has recovered]

and were not bound to deliver them up as been very unsettk-d. A' continued succession ing them let it be so. It is all we ask. .. five hundred from the attack of sickness mentioned i iQt t
mntiners in the absence of any treaty embracing of warm, rainy anti< unpleasant J'ijJW understand that there is Home mules have passed through; one toll gatein
Hut it that Southern democratsdo tbeJaijanoftbe19th.
the case. Lord Ashburton declined weather has prevailed and it has been prospect of a heavy wager between tbo Kentucky on the road to Cumberland -
the truth of the
the claim subject for not in charge
as a
admitting remarked, that the planters have found owners of the North State, and C. A. L. Gap this season, destined for Georgia and ListofLettera5
\ r Negotiation: in the correspondence which made by the Hird, and have shewn their
f preceded the conclusion of tbe treaty of the season rather unfavorable fur gathering continued confidence in President Pierce.It Lamar, with reference to the speed< of South-Carolina. The mule crop this year, pEMAlNLMl in tILe Post office, J..oOo.. (

t ISIS,.but it is alleged held out expectations in their troops. is with their boats. The owner of the Lamur is estimated at 33 per cent larger than XV yule,FI id.,NQyt rabr 19th, 1353. .
too that southern
good reason

that it would be subsequently adjust Since we learn has offered to bet 910,000 usual. Prices however are A. SelUr,Capt. G D
writing the we have had: democrats distrust Mr. Branson, andit upon very high* AaouoJ, J Keller, J
ted by bis government. The owners of her beating the North Stale which tbe notwithstandiais Al J L. ,
three days of delightful weather whichwe tea.
U evident that he with the
the slaves have now applied to the joint by uuiting Atlum, J Lone.)Wa CatbrriK
\t Commission sitting London for the adjudication hope are the earnest of more to come, whigs in hostility to the administration, owners of the latter were willing to take, THE CUBAN APPRENTICE SYSTEM Aura, W H. Lib,",!, Eben G

of claims for the indemnity and that: December, thus ushered io, will an administration determined to protect upon condition of an exchange of some of 'LOT.-The Union publishes an extract B.flgi.rJW2. L"D.lp Mi.. C

which they could not obtain by aid of dip- continue to smile on us.Arrests southern right, has: made himself obnoxious the oarsmen of the two boats ; this proposal from a letter dated Cuba, Octobei 26, S LouiieS1l3eniier LlirkiD,c.pe.P S:

'I lomacy. Tbe amount of the demand is Y- U had not been acceded to at our last ac. supposed to be written: by the U. S. Con lirriQt, F M.
I $60,000, with interest.N Y.: Courier.VESSSEL in Cuba. to the sUspiCiOn, aye' than counts. .,.which says that when thenew l''rr1. C II Moth, :3Jra Else; .1
the suspicion, the charge 'of bclflg still Bridge JsmeiI- ----3IssarCp&.& ... -
I Numerous have been arrested I :Gencraraitifea the apprentice i .. ,
""I IN DISTRESS.-The brig Martin persons lately 'C.Campbell :MsmaG, j
himself frccsoiler.
Van Buren, Capt. G. Cojrjrins of Sul- at Uarracoa, Cuba, on suspicion of a .- THE PRESIDENTS FORTHCOMING MESSAGE. system will be".pru aimed. The, JCooimUr Jo1cio'.rland.C.p. r. ,
writer ako
thar instead of SO .
.. icy Maine, bound from New York to this in Late nominations and Elections.The .-"Observer," the Washington correspondent say, or JCatra 't flalIipn.Cqt.. )
t. being engaged a conspiracy, among 40,000, it is con'emphited to import 100-- A"raiw N.tstp .
place, was towed up to our city on the whom we notice the, names of Dr. Francisco uuunuation of ex-Governor C. J. of the Philadlphia Xr// rthustpeakcs 000-African p rentieet.: He adds, "if thIs S NetiJ11-rfJ.. S

28th niL, by the steamer Mount Pleasant, : "one thing is quite certain the carried out I will the island with Clifton, D Kif fctiagsta. BP. B'
with loss of foremast, sails and rigging- Hernandez and bill son, who bad McDonald for the Svnatorship in Georgia, quit C.1JwtlIl1i.S ; '

having encountered heavy weather in latitude lately arrived there from the U. S., together the succeed of the democratic state ticket Presidents message will again refer to the tbe full con, ttt oU: that ''M'n after we shall am.IbeuPiirkerC.pt.EG C. '

I the 25th.-. slavery question and denounce in the1most have: another St. Domingo. l). Polk, Z ,..
SO,51Ioog. 81 12, on with five corporals and seven soldiers Mississippi, and the election of Fitzpatrick Drab, Ma wr A Z- Plekcf,'James .
: Flo..Republican, lit iJUt. of the garrison and Clay to tbe Sonatorships from emphatic terms the views and acts ..1'...... W .mr Sprcl I'- Itei Dyr,, tf 'P .ckJola" tI

ALABAMA SENATORIAL ELECTION. -r Alabama, must be gratifying to the ad- of the Free Soilera. The annexation of Gold amounting in value to tbe enormous Ditk-t., : .PerkiaaUIrP.cttij.E POt'a...JUiiME '

The telegraph has sent forth from Montgomery The New York Parties. ministration and the democracy of the the Sandwich Island, and some strong sum of two hundred and throe millions Uouudll/,r.llug. "

throughout the Union,.the 'grati. While we regret the ,severance of tbe animadversion against England,if she attempts dollars has been deposited i in ,the ,1odI S D ,' IL.... .... IJl !
fying intelligence of ,the election of couutry. mints Ii the United States since the Close Floyd, J 3 Risky, Dr.J .. ,
New York is evident that interfere with tbo
Messrs Fitpatrick and C., C. Clay, as Democrats it Tbe Georgia papers inform us that the to municipal' rcg. of the war with )Mexico and the acquisition Freemen, W 2 Riela....... 8ai G,

I United States Senators from Alabama. personal sympathy has had. much- to do late high-handed violation of the law of ulations of Cub'a, are things resolved upon of, Califoiuia. Seventy-five million J PerrswlliU RapeItJJl..5 .' 'j

Both are staunch'Democrats, true Southerners in forming the Bronson party against the that state by the Georgia Senate is con by the present Cabinet, of which ,Gen. of,this amount have been exported within frI1mureMis2A;0,. .. 8toab.:5.,' j

o S and we-tako it, warm supporters ndmin !itration. The personal: and political demned not only by the democratic but Davis, not Gov. Marcy or Mr. Guthrie the time named, leaving a net increaseto Gtb oa. Jm.Uiily.WP m'ely., 2- .
I of the :Administration ot General Pierce. tbe substantial, the constitutional) sAv., 11
friends of the late collector considering the head and front. eurreucy -
Next to the defeat' of Foote, that of also by the whig papers of the state.- ilL of the country, of upwards ofonehundred Urltuil*, p>> O 9 B..ll.Jka tVUiloLrut s.Ur.intRkbtrd -U

Clemens'was to usa. object of strongest that injustice was. done by his removal The Macon Citizen uses the following Ian. &. bill has been introduced into the : : and twenty-eight :million of, tq.LSmith."P"'rd., Isaac, N H

desire Both these men set out as the clustered! around him, an l charging the gnage in regard to it : Georgia Legislature so amending the Con dollars. These.large figures wilt.surprise I
most flaming of Southern patriots: -only administration with free-soil tendencies; "We stop the press to announce that ejection many, and serve to show how great hare 1 I 11. Siover.H.
stitution of that the
_ to astonish at by a chilling$ change' when have formed a formidable party againstit the Senate of Georgia,on yesterday, passeda state as to give been tbe "excesses ,in speculation ,and I' OTnn.BJ. 5TIomss.J T MIliggise
the hour of trial cane.. They have their Supreme Court Jndg&'S'the people. commercial adventure," in the language uwfc, XmP
I and uniting with tbe whig have car resolution postponing the election of U. .I tlUNnpaoa, aPD.

-i- reward I 1- Rquiescant t. pace.-Sav.Georgian. ried the state in tbe late e1cctio 18. S. Senator fur ,two tears, notwithstanding : of Gen Dix, creating iu the; niiUt of I 11..1: .g 'Trwt, KoMrt .

a joint Resolution of both 1Iou.cshsdprevioualysct'the t such! abundance of the prtciotu metal, a II,mili"D, J S Thorn. J Eil.tisRet.0
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:--' One result cf.this will be to place Seward 18th tbe A THOUSAND A DAT.-Tbe annual in-, tight moneylftarket. It '"? V.

a WOMAN'S RIGHTS.-A marriage erei iu the- U. S. Senate where he will : as day' migration foreigners to New York i is atthe H sz>rdiU Yaapel.,IIflgairLUG
for the election, and said Resolution, was '
performed at :Rochester,. .N.Y.'ipo W.,
i mon1.JI'u.: tbe,15th, by Rev :Antoinette L. hare an opportunity, of re-opening the I approved by the Governor, and ,thus becomeS rate of about thousand.a day What A Washington coJrreHp.lndcM of Ut-.. Waro}.'W' j

I Browp, the; female. preacher, The UnionaysrJTbose slavery agitation, a thing tre believe he hw J Tbe vote on the postpone : country, besides this,could receive daily Baltimore Sun thinks that the National .J"III111oo.4.; ,Wito\Ynii; EJw AarU.r'niWalUe \'

preaenttatc that the Her.Antojnettdjrcnt ; heartily'desires.: Being a, man of coinmandiog.talents meat.was 49 to 45, four'of: the llHtJ71Lmoeratic accession of such .a population, without Deaiocrato'will present Dickinson John.Itwla.J'W', F **,, Mn.C

through with 'the corepropriety- << Senators and friends of Gov .of New York and Cobb ,.,' WiUwuJ.ba,
and insinuating address i it being followed by:revolution and disorder Georgia, as lK ...
Cobb having joined.tbe whig* in the act 1TUMJ '
and -
emitting moo j frith, however:,marked,.all'allusion grace: .to the priBtnl -, as is admitted;;he commanJs some respect four were Single ton*of., Lumpkio ? Yet this: ,'is. only" whaCis'. -' received" 'i ''atone candidates for.: President"' ".'and." ': Yi... e.Prcsi.dent'185i' i-- Pmn.,will pins eaqulriiig.*jr.ikry.lor'are'adT'1II'IU fmi'J.1lUt tbIJ t

injunction.' C while at tbo tame time, iidtested, Delamar of Poluki,. Moore of Jacksoa : ,port..*: < j.--: S, ::Yiair .%- .: ....'....[ "" %OUVDOtK 4, -W.4.>iUt.... HU,4't't. c.u.coor.BJ-I.; .fJ ', S

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Eb.rs.G..a rr JI- 'ei are aetnrem.c.n E. W. CLARK- For tU Eatter Circuit.of l0ri44.CcrtW11naTum. '

: ... A11a. bstm -11' rea AI ii.A I f' SAY 32IR2.I ColoabU 1U3INcHANCX.RT. -.. jjjpffj g.'.It" t.&Li!

d'a&IM4. bn ruved Ut. cIlMt ,
.e.uIa$ tnm ny-Anana Apothcarie and : sb.a.ra. nNin4 alarm aad.et. GeerpZNeeflan.tdaisIct te. *f the wtaUr CAROLINAANDFLOaIDA.TPriitout.3sn. : "

i.k.epeT1Wb.hn' *...aM THE assortment GOODS, of different t kinda of Zebsees CUr:. -' ;. o7S.'

4 .f tkU good ef. sleeted by htanrlt and particularly adapted to the *. ,
of.**- beard : j
I.a. want of tbi section of th. conatry. H*rospeetv Theodore HAS'trtc,Advlalftratof etd*ntst. L' -w. .:
GinthMatriaL aadteB 7.wThn trindl. of fan invite a call from ha old eastomen. and the Andrew J Charles dreeaaed and other the THE aiR lean IflA21XgZO .:

cleoJ generally. nil stock consists in part ot heir and erediton *f atd estate of Rebecca 5'7Seesivd.p.at3P.3f RmI1beey i
IM puUie Charic, dceeaeed.GEORGE PALATKAA.JI ewyAf.w4e",t A. x. .Ic1.AT.. : '.
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS / K. McCLELLAJT. Admioirtrator of itA. Lan4 .r..cnoS'V1LLB. 'JCmM.f, at 4 :
Pel.. )".- .
: V7 the estate of Rebecca Cbarlee.tato cf mid ,
ao Ji .f Parents wk .. Vermifoj wooD4NDcROccERy eonty.. Jeeen*j4,baring filed bit BUI in the Chan TIIZ n.omD.\w31 Ive CHARLESTON every ':,''
Oil & are notwartat : WARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, d of tItle Curt nggftfiag tit probable lnolreney Tnn .y, at S P. U. Rctnrning Win leavPALATCA. :
or Caator Calomel levy*> *
; eoapoaal beadt the HATS AND CAPS.FAXCY of aid estate. I .>!>*%, A.M,BLACX'CKnJ -'\ .'
while they PP*** 1. 3P.ltJACESOSTftLZpid.g.to L
MUSICAL IASTKJMENTS. all h..i1I.1am. ..u&
ARTICLES It it Onbrft.That pemni
MUent-tbey art actnalljr Uyinjf the foonda- ___ PERFUMERY a aingt the said estate a* erediton or otherwise, These 8Cftaael'l enemas with all th* interior, t- .
crie .f diese n >>U taliTation, Stage of East Florida mad eocneets beth '
jam for a* do file their uid claIms with the Clerk of this Com vy x : -
lossf iight weakness of limbs &..C.Inanothereolama 5-, **T v-- in and for the a"d eownty of Colambia,on or befbr with Chip New York Steam*hipt','CaroBn RaJreaS. .;.
will befoanJtbe ..Junemeat..r All of tb! above Goods will be sold on as goodUnns A D. eighteen I and th* Wflminrtx-n Bo4u. ,
thirteenth 4.yof February
as at Louse in the city. Pusagv from Charleston
any et JiekscsviHe 51
eMn ck'l Medicines, to which we H E W CLARK. hundred and ftfty-foar. ;
attntieta of all directly interretrdln Nov5-tf And that this notice be pabEabed in MB new*. frm Pittlata uad PaUtia dCv -' .

their ukthe owa U "M M their Calldrf D'1 kealtb. ij i- lt 1 Ul I' SO.- BYRNE'S BUILDING NO.4.BATSTftEKT paper in this Circuit once a week m.t2 the :. p.f1ll';fTtelnffpl J W.CAtl'WEU.*fo, .Cbarfedon, T. '

aed all disorder arieinfr.m ) tion of*ald period May 15th. 195t .

those of* billow tyr, ahoulJ m ke use JACKSONVILLEFLORJD.41mB I!?Trf now receiving a tarre new and elegant awortX A true copy. Test, .' .- JaekJontffl. -

.f the only frenaiae medicine Uobenck'a Li'. meet of Fall and W mter DRB GOODS. of the jnn4-tF13_ 8 &.&JtO&01'Ga. Clert.Cirenit R.JLEEID. :*... .; -
PROPRIETOR ot thi. yell known floe,. i.pleased to annouaee to bin embraeint feb3.-tf a .
'' Pills. 01d Frend: ,and Patron- rao t fashionable and latest ttyle every .
b.0f-iuJ,"bat 'sk far ob.lIs.e1t" thoeovieitin the h Sunny l5oath" for health! or Pies'ure that hit 1J0ue h. undergone d-ncripUon and variety ot Staple and Fancy Court, '

Worm yrup and Liur Pilta aa.l.wne ihi &horoe.rh renoati.en anal hn teen well Sued, DP 0.1Ii& t mOIl: faotidi", baring mad soother add.a arUcle ALSO. Eatttrn Cactit cf Fl.rH*-C.lm'ta Ctnutf. SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA /

kuibe ".Jjnt.re ftbe Propri-lor. N lion Ie the naUdillC. and bavilll moat 01 hi Rooml fllm..bed with new Fumjtr ntire. Groeeriea.Irtqaon. Wince,Olaa anCroekery.hlapiware. MAY TERM, 1853AV '
**ch else in. B""illC.ililM Lhe North very recently, for the purpose ofaaeertaning from f\uaJ oerYaCo, : and a very large aid complete amortm For Falalka EPla .
are CIIAXCERY. for ,
IItl &S"K" aa none gea the aeau bad adapted 0 the eemfJft.ud. eenvetienee CtCTruerl ra :1J J..lidI from that_tiua MitnfLAdiei'.Gmtrand'hildreu'.l5hoq. Hat*. lojsncticn "

1'41,14-1' the COlllltry.I rl..lfa y prepared to gir. aasuranee to three who \1111& my lIoue tat they yiU meet oC Cap, Rackets,tc, Ac, Ac- For asIa Inw. for Cab and Distribution of said r tate. TwfkfiHf at Dariem Brwasrii&'S ,, ,.

with every atteDtioa Dd'aeeommoda'tioa which can be"re WaWy ezpeercd. on'y.bv (net IS) J. 31.CUELA D. George E JlcClellan Adminiftrator Rebecca JJaJatklh1fn1k, JJtJJktntry. i '
The Proprietor bar al! ieeBred the ervteef of a Lady of lone utand ,d -
a reratstion-at a TIa !. Charles.dooeased.v (Black Creek) and Fcottucz.Tunewan4soperjoreacic '
j _
jBarrib, keeper. H. will spars n. pains U make hi. House one of the bert in hope.- GRC4T DARG1I.. -
n.. and giving bU personal .UeBtSon to b.... u, merit anj retire by keeping a OFF UEDUCEDPRICE3 *
the Rev Mr Theodore of Andrew '
by of HartrUn Administrator
tb* In. iwL. patruuJo the ,
Ia thi City e* Me solirita! ft call from his friend*and S
PaUks. respectfully travellers '
Hartew, Henry Cnlp of Philadelphia! ,to Mis Bal : A large and extenmve LIVIET STABLE!it attached to the Uoq.e.ar reneral'T.K7 TilE Sabfenber' agent for HanVini Hardee, Charles L.aad others the heirs and .6i.- packer. .JOHSS, Cnpt'JMt
f of nerrbandite creditor of caid estate of Rebecca Cbarle. dec- FreetK>.auel tr 11. GASTON,
ot place. The Western Stage leavef the Ilonee toon alter the arrival of th* Km their entire tock eon- Cape Thomas Shaw
veoU Creipo will leave
Oct 22d. 18M-4iu SAMUEL plating of Dry Good, Ore-erie. Hardware and TT baring been made to appear by affidavit that Savannah fat r the .
la this city oa the 23d test- by John W. Price. _- -- __BDFFINQTOS._ -P.i.-'-r"W --' I Clothing at reduced prienr The moat of thi X 'ThomatUngbe*! Hines and Drn Hla his wife. Hove places u follow: Ti St.John en Tb*r-;.
fStABgtuUne before the draftee in fxttf, Reuben Charles, Ghomby, Stephen Rhea day norninc. lith inst, at J* o'oloek, add W... S
T. Misters formerly a* jrarehised Sanry GastAia .
Eq. Mr Raphael ,. M- Jones of thuplace !.tltCt itWt\f 439 l aiJAUKSJ f and eonse nenUy can be fold mach lower nn that aDd Loll.IIi. wife taeajab Dana and Evelina clock and on will Tneedav eontina morning,23ih lest at 19.'.. -
Miss Ann to leave
to aeeoaat Persons wi,bin<;to avail tHeatielve of his wife, and David Brandon Defendant to aid at the caw.bear
an oj portanity of(retting iprollaixain*, are torited Bin. reside beyond the limit of said State and boat very Thursday and Ta**iy thereafter 1latter
iIJ to call and examine this utoek until the Itt of within the limit of the United State: carrying the U. 8.Alail For freight or pa-. .

Decem r..a' all that remain. on band at that On motion of James M Baker Solicitor lorCOlDpt.inant. Clone sage. having bandsmn state room aecommoda- '
Journal.PORT apply en boerd. or to
JRiltinc time will be closed off at auction. J H
N V ILL K FLORIDA.TTrOULDinform Oct 22. 18J3. P MOODY. Agent. // it OrJfrtJ, That notice be given In some EISBEE GCNBT. Arnut In Eat'.all"- -

OF JACKSONVILLE. CrT" lie will aso! rte! up the book aeeonnt of newspaper Defendants published to in aid this Circuit said re-ioiring said fjy: Th* St.John will CANOV4AgtJseky go toS..4hgutiD.. .
appear answer Complain .
C.; g the firm. ante' said Bill within four month from the date of 4th trip eommmeinr (leaving Savannah) on the
:9th lat.
EXT.iSD.Xo New Goods! the publication of this Order. otherwise laid bill eptly
the New Goods _
(tt1jitIt.tt h< Iia jut matecttnMaJiIitionstolih! xk of __ '
29 )L. Van Barea. Conen, N. Y. lv received by Steamer, a rich and well se. will be taken j>ro eonfesM againitthem. i THROUGH TICKETS TO *
Brig" Dvid Doffell. Felt N T. iU*i-a-4>jujisj,. jji w 2i.ii.ti-J, .awJJ IAUBT AliTCIS3:! ,. PST stock of Domestic and Fancy Dry Good. ,I And that said Order be 'nlt.l.bed.as aforesaid VIA.' CHARLESTON,

14 Scbr. E1 nh. cnafl. Boston.Dee if the' very best (l'uJtcarduHy: .d"lu i by intiis.lt, nut v'. rulijr aiJ-ipteU n, the Ready Made Clothing, Uoota and Shoe, IlaU. .. once a week for four months. May 13th. 18J3W SAVANNAH.

I Aluyra Joy. Ryder, N.T trade of the country. .lIe woald in\it- the citizens of Jackaonrillc and other m- The friends and patrons of the nabeenb are * \ TIcxsthh to Char. '

2 Brig Sarab W_ter, WOO UT, N. Y. iting the place to --ive him a call at lif! cited to call and examine his preteni Sleek eon- Jane-4m copy. S SciKBOMAroa. CTert. iqrStefifti leston by the Steamer WELAKA
Y l"riDta or Ginghams, x
JCareellns ortou. X nwtine in part of small figured *from Paatka.Dd Jacksonville to

-- BRICKSTORE,. BAY STREET, m de lained, alpaeeas mohair luster, broekadeal. Vacation in July-In Chancery.Ephraiin Savannah Is HID.and by tbe daily gteaawrs from
FICOLATA HOUSjJ.:: aDd examine LH ttix1-; *. 'i |"urt t.t wLul. is enumerate 1 IK low : paceta, ea-neleon !o ter*. Persian Iotb.. Enjtlithmannoes l Savannah f Charlcfton. will b*issued at PaJatka
Par.oattacIotbl,all wool.plain and 6g- L Harrison and Tife. Complan teats, and Jacksonville.
TIE Subscriber .oul.) rep M.illy inform WATCHES, &e. FAXCi GOODS. ured m de lain" black and colored ,;Ik., plain against: Fare from Palatka to Caarlestoa. 110 09 -

traveling community that be has leased Goll 1 Mipic IlunterV; Goi.I; .ini silver lionPcirl aud Shell (..rJ l... e" 4u.I Port MOD- and embd eaihiinere ahawt hotery,gloves,laecs.dre Joseph S Baker Pamoel pcncer.George Smith .5 Jacksonville 8 W .
named House and will be ready to ac- ribbon rich,gaitor. and Hiram Roberts .' #".,. The WELAKA -S
the above tcranl Ofwn-/1 F.iced, with iv.rirt\ Fcb, nii-; art I liiskrls; CVnbs of '*triminga bonnetc very leave i'alstka every Jleodsy t
tvcry variety
ein.aodate travelers on the bit of December and Vftt, Gunil "'!>! ('h3.alifla- CH1L\*. Pat r Wn/ln ; i:oral! N'ctl .cM.'iuJ UrAC l-t .. ootiea, tipa, french tie,children (hoc*of all TT having been made to appear to my ntistaetion morning and JaeksonviKe every 2Ion bis personal attent;<>o. to give sat- : A rich aMnrtwent of KR..
Lopes by giving 'tl Lfnk"i Work kindv rnt ware. very J. con the affid:vlt of Epbraim L Uanioon. the DUKE.Agent Palatka.
i4.oetiOD-be will bare horses and Carriage at alI JEWFLl' C"Xt.hl1lr.jt beet-- Fli ready made coat?, pants vc'; hat, boot ihecs husband of Julia A Harrison,complainant the F. WAVER A Co, Agent Jack's

iiei to aeeouaiedkte bi.gntfts.UE Goll Lnvk-MN Cr Crlt\ ; \V8UL S oa "",' ,l"1'9,, Jl"1 A'r.!' .iis;. I'urt }'.>lio; Pocket and boo lies, shirts: collars, eraratu car&', t.ei above tated case, that Joseph S Baker.Samuel aeptl7.lS53.ly [OCaJa Mirror eopy.JFtfRHETTTA'PllTg
.). M OALl'lX, Proprietor K"u: 1.,11.! ,: n,tl b..; tufT rill; Brese' I'aia- ;.w :' &ij: > ..i... Pin; loraneie,. of-nrr; T11- rtockj,.'. Boy' clothing, a *p od assortment on Spencer and Hiram Roberts, ..efcndant to the a

P.eoaU.; SQ.s ;. dee 34mo all.1 GI cri'.,. r'r J ..; ri"h. ii cit G HUIINU a.lr..ll'; Cht'ss leo uni bend; negro clothing and cloths, very ebap. above bill of complaint, relic ont of the State of '
I f.1r I .aaal gal-re.1.a C..aj.t,; 1""I.in''j; 1. 1 n I.", &oJ .tl.n article' Please call and examine good and price Florida and within the United State*,-attd it alan? And all the intermnltate
'p.'t. "fi' r.lrjtI eye n'
For SL Landingi vntlts
AlJIUUa. too "UIDer., IUhlt-o'i in0. Sold for cub pnly.! appearing to m*that a bill has been Sled by eo
:0 .I.I ";,. .111'.1 C.rJin', It Gol4.itl".I and: fiJy.r t101.1 'HI.J Silver l''flt''iI,; Gol.1 "t'II; CrTl rRY 8eru7-c L. B AMKTIMAX. pUinant in the above caa against the_01 defendant ST. Joaxs RivEt

M COXF-TTK*, m.ter. will make trip TLnIC'tGut.l.! ; ,11.1 iY.'r 1'irl o'.tl. azI ; ilatl.te-J *: WJ5 *" N THE Steamer &nrligfont'
"pC'Cr.c.e-UIHt'lr./t.; t.nr1ai'lhpct..t'&c. w.r, Pocket Ready Blade Clothing. On motion of Jane A Peuen. E.i solicitor for y i ff* Car-t-J.Bltou.wiUI '

wSo..4.eqsstiu..on ;FIXr.; ;.:!t 11N1S.f: Kni.t'ot" "f "-vry Ylri-yr. HUllting Kniyt s" TUST received by steamer a fresh stock efuJ E L Harrison and wJe, //u OrdfrfJ. That the B&ffKt_ itile Jackson.
l.,aM\', H'l..mh- Gill I.zra, 'iac.r.. :eias the bout made every Saituday morning, *A
ILt-'OAY r. &e.. All lC which are perior ready made elothirp of raid Joseph S BtJter Samuel Spencer and Hiraitf 8 o'elo-k
rrivirr at
dee 3 BCLLECIIASSE 4 FINEGAK. Di.imnnl. Si!. 1srt. .1 ..i" -..r ltigs; ; from the lst PI .k r-.. i.il; warrautel genuine and latest Frensh styles Mae elola truck and dress Robert 'pearoa or before the 14th day of November Pa'arka! at 5 c'ock: Alvnday same day.-leaf IIl
ham and &-.!t dd.. f Llaek doeskin the date cf this order,and mumiI.g in eouasc-
--FOR c'.r-rl.ari..rl. -) coats, rich embd. satin rests, pallt.CaneI'd. next ensuing toii w.tb; the tiaiiters t unJfu-i ,
SAL SILVER WAKE. J X..U1 C.'I m. .).,all kinds "f hats,boot,show,&e. Boyi'clnthirp. plead ar.t"cr.nd demur to the bCl of eomp'axt ,will leave ferprve ft a d WtUlc. Ketarnirr \

\ IIOCSE &NDLOTintIton. together with: L..Iill'% Extr-r-.-Gfrmm Cologne. Finry, a fine assortment of complainant*-othepvis*th*matter *r>d thiepthorein morning; and PalaUa at oPo..kTae.Ja
at 8
:V a.|uanLtT of Hoatebold! and Kitchen Forni- Fur); T"Mr.Tt.....>n.l l>wn 8po" n". Soup Ti'iltt. .ml !hivins Sups, Chirco-il To th- Soil for cult only.! stated will be decreed against them or moriurg. A.o'clock iL VTe lned7

& -. API'YO L !IIrl"! : ""jnr ". n i; f .!" Sp) n*. M-i-ftril riA..i,, Pon :itunh>, Iliii Oils und Preservatives,1 L B.AMCRMAM, inch of them as d) not appear as ronibssed. oAK-III.' hEED. .
dec 3 \V. D.UARLOW. '-ia: ri-t' ;v.,vs ?>!"'I Fur .-*; ;.ut.r: ALSO l'pt1-e Byrnr's BNtck Ko. 2. It farter Qrd.+l, That cory of the foregoing JeHonURE.EEII'

Kn:v". \ai Lin King*. f CJT Cusvf anl order1 and notice be pablwbed once a week oct T-tf .
NOTI t'E. Port )Vlonn:ies. opt Clw-kS Lnollr: Qlt! .*..*. Spy, G1&'pp,.Tber- Notice. for tbe pace ef four month preceding tbe said _Agutt u ftUatta

interest of naOuP4rra, )U!,bm 14th day of Sovember in tile Jacksonville News,
1 HAVING Parehared the SILVEIl-PLATED WARI D.n. &c. Cnrht.! II ..r. aad Nail Bro!!.es, TIlE Grin of Kno; i PCRVIAXCC heretofore ez a newspaper printed It the town ot Jaelsouvil.e, JACKSONVILLE MALE INSTITUTE .
Flon .
.l3 Mr[ Oe>"fX" c. Powers >n The T. Pei<. ''i ,. B .i.*' Cc""r up-. Silt with inmj otlie-urntlts usually fuuud ti ; at Trader.Town,Camuen coantyGeo, Doss coanty. July 7tl. 1853. -1U1BI *t.aj'S, '

::.J a'rno da New eoncet*.!! and tue pe.hedfrombinapuw.ao dubt das the "aie.- 'ri'trt'ir)' {.. F5ter Kinvrg. &r. ?N.re ait I thC tiflI.wMcF1Ig !! lu a having Aaspj't d.,1..1 lair, take Cirnartnerabip this metoJ of on informing the 29th day their of A WILLIAM tree : A foRWAED, Judge. k v KEY. I. SWART, A.. 31., !iSio :

.>',*. a hereby irvrn. that a call for notUem nt : CLOCKS fnenJ >nd the PuVl.ofeneraHy7t>iat the ViKnesi July 8-4,0 copy IT ARSIE. Drk.v : >
wl;II! 101011 lie mal and prompt payment is rrqacsel AHD J1WIS1-IRT at that p'aee will be conducted by them. 'Thfy Eatei of Tnlliao. "' .

dee 3 F. M ADAMS._ -t\ '>. __ J.J. /* "1./1 ..LV'I A'AMAT//_ ;. Iv j, are af this time receiving a large and well.eleoti4j Attachsient.nankins .Orthography, Beadinf Defin-B c, Art bract. ai"n ',. Sir.. ...a >
__ soluble to the trade of the adjoining -- Pduoacaiiip. per quarter of
NEW -- _. stock of Goods eleven weeks, (4.CV
1Gi' Hard, \ Oeogvs5>
"f' y Grammar
Counties Georgia nPSTi History
; U.lIl. JJ.E i.- Attachment Sea Island Hollar Cotton-Sim._ jn 'wW -'.- ct "G .- EbocIrtRiaax.aLBo..kiopipge.4ss l CaapoaiUon_"." "., _- __ ,__ ,,_
'. bep l Int'c to !nf.m the eiti- "- ""'D'incaT L CI:;ceX )- pirFTm5Vrib : u.e\lp..t T.. AmoantsworstoJohn lAm i II- of which be has been heretofore the re- pit; vcoaanm a'o a'i OUUI'I mterer ar and Soientifio course io. "
; ; he
L t-n of rfuued J..k.ft'I"me ints N.wTLIGaT&LLeI a',1 its Mfin.ty. that C Ca'honn. | P: .maV-, i20n.rrinRJtf.ni : e*[MMit, 1"lIe. life or p rtuttty; to inform the Plan-/ od1VeV ; ':' 0 ;A .hereby nitiSed ot the commencement tltiiteit Th*Ancient Lansreaves,'do, .' ltBff CW
i new enta ten .. th .
< of ea I-T.lnrl Cotton that heenntiaoestoman. returnable the next "C Unaef Sept 17
I Fryth-lL (tconl boiue YCjI! of D wot..r t.(' a'l! other j'lt.pted, ar (l'oUtntt mt.W't. .::. e1Dscal third 1* .
I jir ea 1 ufiicture the 'latPtijiro>O'l liij'tr Cotton GINS, CircCt&Mirt enunty being on Ute -J----- ,:
I H.rfi:.:aJ'. rcf'dvoc) where ne i. prepared Ut take berebv moUSe ef .ieifta aenceinent of this Jnab and .iflts.; : -b. I lowest rate For the if Jfoodayjf November.A D, 1832. sod ta appearsod JACXSONVIllE FEMALE!
'. oat '1rp'I hr lie nit. by a'ta-hme returijab ti tJe twit: e'lJa' !. > .
: : iirenn -iianuer any. tJ '
apply Gll
bi epsreI l III't "ip.nc j in Cum; u) h's r. u*. !I. ITi IM; ppriis term fOr the threat Court of Putnnn f.IlIHWi9g f '1. tbdat borer-f: MIS5 P. SWAt .IXD llli- M.3JAKLOW .g
IlrtUt: wWe
\ .
a *jr'a li.I r'I-o:">. rou for La.l-en; fitted n P County to I* b,:d at Pa'atk oa the t'iirI: Ti.r P }Manf..rd CcnU.rvUle, v;:Il>, do.Wai whtc tr*offered mad McQUnS SZCINTOdII,' '. Atty.hoksouville .A',(ICh TI r Ma>A LI. ,

I' %flC&> .... ta tefal fyle. be.,.J< tU Urge fin- da1 .r 1 April rei'. and. to :1r;"ar ami p cad to the 4etar :a. I & !'I I o". feta.Vai eat-h prieeC ,and I ,Sept 8, 1353. tth-3n TII1 stodie of thin lostiUtfon will be ftUIe4
witiua the been eclected.
Scv.L'oir.&i: '. ta take pieure in t4iue ti;m frri.rii..J I I.T awM These GOJD3 Itare every i
H.lanl.t;: Ilir 1 ontUFirstXondryofOetaUrnezt.
doN U Dos'er .
riivei. Mineral
lie QUEEN M."Iv 113II.rov >rtiee! j ii warran'ed to tiiartnrr.. or maybe
woetht-r f prove
'peplor.r.t'J'.in e ear or eitady Citation. Term of the Institution
A iUrJee .t : ? I'
Co. av *. do, according to itifcCea
fvtU euaUe u of giving
hVfH 4. a wii a a call l! lie U tban&f r..r uapj Piano Fortes.nAVIVJ Way i Kin;.do. Wr:gbt & Cathey! .AL. Garden Sce.l Frrsh and Genuine. GEORGE of the esttto of Isaac *Begllah branebe from 14 to St.
and to i a eontitnanev tAe >
'. ItOjJel receive French and
ate t,. .nl I tOO' w 10.to not want pict. rci. are 'dealt !/.*!'> m Pi*i. For'c for the! J\ M.\ TH"'O. IintheLGen.I j I I Iloa rvor+o ,iHen-lersorr.O-EFikLnnne.Darien.do ne .d.from the Nursery of Mr. David Huh. deceased, havjnz Bled in ray office a N -Lewon In Ornamental French wilt branch,b*given extra by). .

I Ye4petf.aIi7 invited to call and niDe h J Room -t'-ei : es.. I t.'t'I..n5Ienttb.tnon.' SM :Cat Conzrrillatiw, I ella do. JUST .ne r Ph3a.e'p'ja! a foil assortmentof wi-itun *ugg['ttioa of the insolvency. of said LrImr at the Institute to l'apa1.net attendm _

j aid >|ieeimeiia. hrr'h. timer a .01 p.rret toc-l .q I b"11 li"ip'le IWI A iieeta'it, Waterman do fresh aid ,nine Garden Seed", growth 183i. | "tei the Ergl h branches. n tt f :.
B.v2ly M WOa GU\'E! I he.'eo-te04 J Toe h--t refsr.nce in thin) e:M tieor.ria TradUrJ'lIJI'j'\ A Ko,. ,Micanopy, Rota Bufr*Tamils lAn: Scarlet Bali!!. i This tr tA 'rtITe to notify all person hiving papa i<

____ I1-t''r..tf1. *Jw ha e iturelisl Parns saMe >j A .t It J Priest FtmingU Flat Patch .'- Long SsNv.a de I i Har LJ'I ..cl"141 i f;.the I tv.. Aid ft'ie, lo Cab'etS Lcttwe -
TH .M1J1l0aIA. y'aN a Kfnj A Panrinarice. do. C Von Doh'cn, PalatkaHavward Red Top Roval | July prove.I and authenticated before the
of Guitar*. Viw:.i r. SM'ri:f.. Accord ons.Shee / Xei** Early Cabb n 40 asa 8 a
I lunhar.t Mevcll, the St. Joha'i ['U'.e.k11! _i ill! >" .,;'d a. New York j>ri- ". B ,- Yellow Aberd ea White Ca do! ; MACHINE WORKS. .
Tb.rojiiJ.n A Co
.. >. Chsrletton S C, the Tenth -lay of March nut at which

; Ua iff ch w;." of Cipu 0. J. Mnrry. v X 1>.-O'd Planes taken in L.M exchange FiL-OM'J fur cdi r Ge 1l'II.L
alj! .ip .el 'for!hi. one. nor 5 'Ciae ] Largo d> Asiatic Cauliflower. the funds ora.tiJ estate amongst the cr.litorsthnrof rk* an now prepared! to famish' S
wcr. ier bill the short notice
T.I.\i:1D..II.IJ..r. keeps on at towed t epos ,
.1.I .rie .. iul .i i-it" r- Stoves Stoves at Great Bargains j>ncis>. BOxee and Urai Late Dutch do acuoT'lr-g 1 to the sutute in sueU cases .. .
Saw-lims .
.,. .d ". '. ic be Karly: Flat DuteH Jo Extra E-iriy Beet. nude and providoLCit Smithtnir. Taming and
; Gins
t.- e Nor h 'l-trmgiae iir< :; j a rt ;. -ni-roved : rep-tirs at the lowest rates.
: LOT of 'e : l hot-s.rCu..kis-teci. Per"-m* in want ot hue will p'eae Jircet their Large Drutnhead do J.org Blond dodo **'tndn TKJ A.u4aD She avaT of I teaginesfre on* Finishing in all their'to
:_ w'I, HRGKv..\8 a:co Purlor Uy*". .v.I hundred her,,
l> t ill "jrll.t. ..nue.Ii trt f "a tb d Green Cacti Parsley, .
. J' 4..r. II., 23 .I.pte frna .I cn'illejol n Cou".Ktor*. cOy .5 L M. FOLSoM.N \hip June ap-nts.25-1 ra 1'"):. VANCE. Sugar Ptm'p do ppicaoh; Loadon Leek.t'ot ; A D. itssa Horse Powers Steam-Boat and !'.. _

.IIar 4.-au.o Jn 1a t he ,..,ai b o/ CtA: ('r "). -roilKx"- -- 8 lie, at '-' nUx LIVIGSTO Gnat Mills. MillreiIrinr.e,4e.CastincsoflronorBrass. .- ..

1 ii I ;e a > .>r lily i..ete.I ..Wr Co, ,O'UJ"L A. & COll* oc-8-3 APOTHECART hALL Ja/2 ef Probate* *f Dttval connty. rawin aBd ftIt .' .
fj .J !r"'JrtI e I"fa! AInaprtera, and T>*fers in Sea Island Cotton Gins.Tlin n-tlO ,. 6m BoIl of any siie reqnirod witkoat cbarr*,

.1 .: 'J.. Je .1..:. IJ" .'..,... .) .. V ff47 ae I'.rn -f.rn.J try <1<*J*, ?I 1J>IKIBEIC take this opportnn'ty! to hi this section .
f the Cotront mAGNOLIA HOUSE.JACKONVILLI Administrator's Kotice-
ul Long Vbenreqnired.eompet
:. No.ItS S. C Janten > Staple MsehinisUfhrnbhel .
,; EtiajCharIeatou
.eV 1roC.41 .11 n "'r. to
bat in
,. heeti'leontnnethemasuactureoftbelateet person*baring just claims of any deserip- pat cpperation UanhiMry porchased ot .'
,, LEOPOLDerl2 com
.'i4 ; ALL .
l' 'Ir c.9e1 reans ".tJr. ,*j *. iniprurcd Uol er llon"
4 I.. .I.: ... i 'rl,H... '......u..r ----7-, '. --- -4.5,CLFirtW -- -- tale h'ttal ratt, and in reldy to CII all orders at tbe TilE SG CBIBEU: be just comj" deceased are hereby called Upon to peasant the MOONEY 6 OOOIN'-' r

I 086It 1I1..r-4.i r111c.ttot bl'pt.. 0- A K pbr.rtert notice! For the reputation of the Oin *--. pleted the above louse,fitting it op in the same without delay,duly anthontieated. to the nnitenignad mar It.tt Ponaders and iiUehaeet*. ,
fr.f' 'orl"e"II1' .t.hoiB W!'%i.!" ,? gadf4cXO apply to the fcllowiog ;enU,or to thtue who Lave I mo t comfortable style and: will n'e every eier- ,- Tbos not presented within two yean .

2 'jnter rnpe A"r. iorit" t'TN* them in oe. tine 10 please! al that may favor him with their from this date will be forover barred,and theM .ndbtd HOUSE FOR SALE.: ,
AOEHTS.Vniilonpa I wit tfoam make immediate mea(.. 'M A MODERN .
tbft. patrons p
I W the ttb FINISHED
1a H> lntrm .
; O'p A. eqz1LD Jt Aenttx Centervillage Georgia.IlilIcri Farticakr attentio paid t> Invalid GABRIEL PRIEST. JtJLUonst tory :
I"WiUiJ.l"le r irf iM ;.. 9i.tOII IIq1TIt preparoto : .t Har/ravef. A. COY ort S-J S A4ID.i.matot. aitnted ia a pleawBt r rtoa of ;
UOwD. 'Tb. :
4lti.. yd4iea j c ,JI. esbort aotieeI 1L'i get.t llvria ElicahclhUwn Loandi Co- Comer Ocean and Jlonroe-itreet wshYti.rstJaard fialsh, and .
I. I..I. lf'icJ".rf fr.1t i-U cb 1aim.. ; *'rzi.. Jtetmnrille.Sov. 20.J8. % I 'r .:0NotIe.; the ro, / i* tinned. There fa.'*.... lot ad." .

1 .u..1...II\t-.. .' s- f Charles ll "CampfieM! Savannah.Georgi6. Good Stabling for Horse ,|__a_.. FlIIRTt.daya after date. 1 shall apply ta the Joining, that will I*euU t tit.,if d*: ;

..t. ,nA 16' = Cooper Oahland.. -. .. Z'Nc ,: Honorable Jndgo)Probate,for leave to ioU sired by tb* pDrc.-. ,.. X r 4nBiv..pl7 ** .. .
: Y1'1ftL ; .oceb'.iru..P.ieeoon",Liberty Co, *, i PA-YILION I HOTEL, i tfie teal Estat belonging to Jacob JL Rt-trw, Aprft-tf BELLXGflASSB. FI5ZOAX/' '
a Soatt..rb-r 8'.. ,, aiisiifaictnry Ldee. ewZhsolaVtaacbot.hinaas:1k4jht B. W.AJ .;Zh)rclct deeeted.a follow: OM toroUooc and Lot.at J5 !? B.-If act.U Ja tw, la .ta .'. -
8. C. I v a, -
P1L t..IaI4Eelta feolt Deceaux. Cbartart. S. C. CDAnLiSTO; .
) Mwt.11ebJUT- I".erida t the lot manures at treat bov&premi.wUl Ie 1ft.
\ B t F. '
.' Elue tie .p.J'B.p--L BcaofnrI.S.C. : :: 4E0asean4
BY H. L. BUTT&RFIELD.wi front,i-? fet deep GABRIEL PRIEST, i ) i n i '
u4RnathgEstablihme srtHe. .. wit &&lW'PtDrkL "B'.oN"JaekiQu.i11I E. Fla. 8-1 '
men. 15 '.. foet m, : AdminkitraUirAdministrator's it '
n 4JI aI1rVins.srUoanoeeecat ikThlrt:4Lqe f C..kaa.Lj.4)etc4s3tXa Lota-far Sale. f .
T"J-. : : .
I. naetatin5i ,IVoticr. I f
$1YAIAU; 'noaG kIFLLjfr.vq A.B I; i'LUtsg&Ce.;Alligator. $1,50., Merciaafs Hotel 150. : A IX lessons )dbtod to the estate of Robert rp.a. tewnfvrar O earner totfcU.de a-.rahlo part of O. -S

73.Q n.L.i.l .. '" Mt12t : ,avraale4 I t flaq a! net. White Sprt8g, Of t Warlato' .S,0.B .' :J\.'Winter,Aeeeaaed.win pUua asks paymentt dweItlhgeeclalatitg he ee,r.oa, neaefwhehl' wsIl 8oedj.a 4" c, .( ., :. m. .

."C.. 'aDlb1lTg. Liberty Co,Fl. EI>u IJT i o jc r ic y a i CE. the an4r* MedVand nQ penoc*having claims alheoo.H1 RtHiLIi.... .. ..J: .,: -3 .
TJ48 ab1Cl'l. I1j t1.1." !8i.t '1 { Ii 4.1.:0 TIlE undersigned baring leased thisflAtizait.d ahftinrt said *Hft9 vRtJeasv proont Cheia within excellent water.are .t nnet tM. ; ?._" l'
.Ia .heeoatin voeush4.ta& as a...*.. .
'sea. nsbeieaa tetiad the U- .
n.n and
ran. of torlClit hID
ht Kia6.tree$. be4.nJn'H.'U.au. bteprie% 7ortfaaat.
.ui I. \J oJMTit rates Persona wanting t!. thgndngpnblIcs.hareepatronag'Board. at23-.tf _- OaK'. ..

I j ll."' i sI4riMtiAgtse4 .ym Itleue dlrj-elt.. agenta .! JJ perda; finite dinner. 58 fit.oay, .ICbV8u.oCtL4f33.3m- -, S .'
.odata4ii-.d. 1"4. 8L..BURNS. oct 1-tf JAMES M. tIERS .For'Sale : i ,1 -
.,' 'Ute t Iti .. : 'USL_ ; Mary,QOOfIflL Aaoi'iLtrathi'NoUee. A HIGHLY iieprmtl lDf itist.4f8' .' -
: ". T' .r ,, '.: 8AnDISG..M.it JacksoiiTillc & AlligatorPlanb ALL PERSONS havinxJnsteUlmf anyiesorfr .Lls.endthtTmpeIn.& -. &
tt.tDii,.g'1o.6. .:, ;)f. M KWLY'- lij.Hiag House eor- _, Itoad. ftxJBSt lbs.CsUt of Cli arle the*By?..deeedX, .DcleolD.cIi.? < f. .. .. (" ft' .'_ .J-.:.
saojewithonl .
who are hereby saIled ponte present 'fUl&TY d re wttk .4'1J0 "..
I t 't It..r Ad..m- aol! Lure -street. ill nowot b hereby given t*all snbrerTber gw TWUT.7lieplacea &. .1iit '
: NOTICE their Brat inftUlmentji, thai delay dar r MthenUeate4. to the ni>der ::n dTb with.all weerory m- -
.# "o.u.' .'r ; atcs.jor1he cor ho l rjpra. Tbo who Dot paid e7 two from this '
.nit will t-e immediately instituted aga;M thenforthan nt p--.cl1ritJ&ia yean .wainrlne ahaok tree&Ac. Abe '1, tf -
.. ..'. ._ iJf". W. .tf'.or h their j"trouage will But GEO IV CALL. daWU1 be. forever banpd- TEE 7UUIT 5- -
>A -
J r : .'
'II Uintaz.N.BO.b71atgS.EI. 0/- i
." '"' eua.5,_ail"* ".t.\'hl; -: d' .d.pp.4.wo1teot the highest locations in tbeif'pleaMBt Oet 15. it JaeksoavOJ famy APRtATEflR1ITha.st, .. ; .:. .

f pI .J'-p. .. A.; iti.-"if'J ; h.ayu.g been recent* OFFICES TO RENT.. Estate..t.h riHCUent.- in 4JD.E an bariaei*.relative.BUS to!CIte inj lot., Tbi, It consider tbsiootyaj, '. : ---- I-i._ S'

,. L.li'Ik..f'Ctt : .1 irtUa J is now in eomftete o.i r. .< b1sleop.lC1MthlethriTiglOW..5.A wru 011II4: ;c -
I l Jlnt .
reat rooms
'. T.&nbeeriberwill ver% ay low. .
Apflyta -
tNotice. T3L
; 14tuI..k..a.hl.U -.J 'J-4'kllNll.i'J July 30, ISXi 3m P.DE'Zzs.. 1
: -
tnlt bl.fcr oSoea IB Byrne' Row.iforS &
f & 5PesLrq J.S6WA4Uy. ... ." 7. : :JTINEQAS.Just .- .Mtoo ;:April tJtf .
l8lert 1IWiJs" agaInst ,. -
: /Ih'
.p'"r!' .4 LVPERSONS haying *
Citation to' '
bearer ., .. t IJp13 1IfflIIt" tTtUtLtitlhJEl:u vias recently opened ReCeived 1 .the Ettata ofilsrtin Uairi late of Calnmbi Creditors .' U?

; 'Jb .. 1L: .1esbQT$11tS .wwftli r .tuu1IOrlOl& HEaNAITDEA,Deaper oui eoonry, deeoased. ar*requested to prevent then P'ItL- JtJXE' A4mitaatrtIx.fi1i'. ..;. .5-r-: 1 t.
1'here at this JOSEPH V. : tfJoh* Lien., Isle '
are of
.' ssr thritr.a4 .ttha p4UJtf. Br within the tint prescribed by law, *? this no- .. -
,tie rotiifl6''J1t9' tr omi nnoceopied, WTeraJ o TaU". a Mutitl11 10t all tavydieac.l. i.t
.t and tho-m Indebted to 1I.Ybtrt AJJ- .
., > tie*will b pkadUfcar; 11tc1la.r.J': --
\ ;\ .ztp n".1 8re; Tbe House Trench JiroedoloUu.black bine asd green; TJfV-j i.
*e wm4tt jiJ* fonratd aDd make f5
".ttl. ; Mid EstaUar required to oom* 4wJ.tt .G"q11a..rtJs.eJr e.t. '" cJ 'l .
; i' 1 '.;HaodrM mn4|layyard ef the Pod Office andia4ji.cc. C.dmeree.plain and Janeypi ,! ImmedbU payment.way e-Itttttc. "CivsiatLrrcrore -. ; 1 "jb.
1 .; Tie nn t
or.- :_ bun, c'KwU had two bane hack mail liaet whIch wIll be made .to order on chert notice, nod Ad"blIltn.tM' h. lti.tT 1 T,

> .' rfh terirg&tt CoalManweekly... For farther a a manner nnrpa oct:9. ::& iIlIUt.-J..ac-.1I $ esfstp..t h U.alV'. : ;
.tto-f" ,
.. &a": Ii-ran7 Lq banienlar.apply at tba aicu ef the JaekJonvaJeS Adrntnistzatix'i a1e.-. j ; th.ataec.wi'hs .. .tTpJ'l\JftltlAI..da..u.i-w. .-

Mllaeme.thipr.r.4 pi". rr Rlaas.jh.4.4 b ar1* eMa4tg I I apd Hein4.bUe.VB 'JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ TtTILLh.oI hefts the Cort Boise doer hiV 's 1. $.u'ar hefI tU t"!. : t : i:

1 -", SI 1M ,.esdM '.. 8 piLThia1.; M.arnlit: T. JAMES. ASKEW I .a.s7) TLxX.eIJaCkaVW \ the laws at Tlirstos- Oeihls ae4y of Vy.Wr. nil, t.I1I'Nt.pI .,,.ct4fl' :4'ttfl : ..t 1
M fiIMf ;..ataMt $*Prh. : .3l tsn.1 tf Dn..a..PeX < ot>. nter&nt.an .agreechi. d1Mgbnt'atesgteag.j4 .. :
.baMrt W Pd ". .t .5 the tin lbendatj e- ff WD: ,. ii .
_a_ ,i S&f. fe. .LaMj i ?_Ead F1erh4a. t I. f'er"tlwr n.aeraw..J..oI.maNtaf'er. tfc*er*Ittort tLerecT accAnftne ta the-*,Utai S .: ,. ft
' patia -, finLraia i) L*iM! / : y- A CARl ". -- ". aa d Cnwrty U e Mbtwxq trash eiaeaLtsstndl7It a..ch t"'ff.a.ru..r pesei.Jse1. Ja: h:
V \ Ceigjarca.and G. ThaTM t / RJU lnlermn.tbelsdiee of Jack. 1 MUD rnEJlASDrtorn* Ank t.bfJ !,awl b t.tie said ..-. t*wit: t.: .> ; i .
4. % said tT toa bwliIi"rIF.4 'PSA u.t tioinity that aha i* sow ready friend and to* pabHe peneraHy,tor.the.liberal Tb.ZtsrSZtend NEI.tSWIOfC'SeI .S 'Gift..r"1 ''.aUMPr.tIa&...{ <* j,_;
j Ir7 g" ..* aD1 wMs CV ))* aia*; !and prcjur&d ta teach Plane and Vocal MusIc, at patroetgnh ha reeeivLa bope,by ftrici attention i'Ift.Jf-a ah N t-j .ISW et Fecit.. 3?. In e S*.*f...len ,,...ndenV*' -- 1'j j k'

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4iPUBU3fflH)'KYBBY Thomas ,
.- Douglass, An article founded upon Scientific Principles,

{Jacksonville,Iftnrai Cempty norUs 07F. ATTORNEY AND COUNfcELLOB AT, LAW, WATCH MAKER A,JEWELERJacka 1 ,. .: compounded purely Vegetable substances,

M. ADAMS & CO. .-""D- a1U hinds.KZEP8conntantIyon. .) being perfectly saf when taken, and baa mr

< SOLICITOR CHAKCESY. APOTHECARY. HALL been known to r..UID wring the most obstinate

r i-TArw Dollariffriortment oWatean .10 *" umDEPOSITORY.' < cue Warms can never exist when thi-mme*

diseontuwed smtil an arrearages' Jewelry and Fancy T.EA. : dy is once used;from the fact that itnotonly_
Ke paper Geod v-whkh be offers for sale for eaih.Watchrt .' --- ---
McIntosh sheep then but all the sliaio.
McQueen destroys removes s n<
Nn Bu
pale 1a .at the option ef the Priblisbers -.1 ,.Dr.J1f"N" Jtag.
and Warranted.
p Repaired mucus which .* ?
"r& 'D T TliMCMTt will be Inserted on the ATTORNEY .J T LAW, When. is kept constantly on hand a largo and may .
anglS J t onville, Fla. tf well selected assortment THE TAPE WOBM" JP
terms: S.- E, M. GILBERT
tad underfor 'DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. This worm is the most difficult one to destroy
One square
per Hopkins & Braham oran that inhabit the human bod
L the first'insertion, and 75 cents for each suhse LEES in all descriptions of CAR. .and J .st received. by JaU arrivals,.warranted fresh CHERRY
to an almost indefinite lepgth EXPECTORANT
Ilbers't1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW u.tJILLAGES, atKe-'sU'0 WUT- and genuine AlsoPrfurncryCoinbsBrunbesSoapsLamps anfceecnrtng so
discount wfll be'made.gy practice in the Eastern Circuit Business WOKTH.STKMT. and No. 7 n"l'l'IE.ST&UT, *. .'*.* Burning-Fluid &c. ach as to produce Jl//,5f. Fit/ Dance, f t. GUASSXD by any known preparation, for tilcure
8.C. '
advertisements must be paid for before their will be promptly attended Charleston which is the cause ef going to
r AD entrusted to care. Our stock to aa extensive one, and parchasers which will be sold low for cash. many thrgrave, of COD Gil HOARSENESS, and other
unless a regular customer. By referring to. .Fob 21, -. not believing that these-complaint hav.heir forms of COMMON COLAS BRONCHITIS
ntertion, by are retpeetfally requested to call on u, as we en Country orders solicited art nrtaatlr attended toraxsicLix's ;
r to oar,terms,the requisite ram may be aseertaiued offer great inducements in style and prices-ant *Rxsc&rrnoKs l1T1'UEWITat. C.UE origin from Tire Wtrmf' coltIfqun&lfUaef ASTHMA, GROUP, CONSUMPTION./ 10, Tj
1 traMinittod with the advertisement B. M. Pearson, any articles booghtat our establishment are warranted _- '.A.DJSP T 1I. do not use the proper medicines for their dis. Early State and for the BELIEF of las p.

Advertisements not marked wit.hh.. nurn.I ATTORNEY AT LAW, in every respect. mar 5-ly .< ease. To those who are afflicted with this aw. tient even ia advanced Stages of that fatal
H7" Jacksonville/. ful foe to health, I recommend the of
will bo continued' until SODA-WATER AND SYRUPS, use m, Disease.
ber of Insertions required Will practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits LEONARD CHAPIN. of my own manufacture in their highest state of Worse fritpad Liter Pill; The Syrup to betaken It combine*, in a scientific noanntr.remedies

I forbid and ebszgesifor. all the Supreme Court of the State and in the U i S Manufacturer and Dealer in all perfection, in their season,to bo had at the counter in doses of two tablespoonfulsthreo time of long esteemed value, with others of More
07" Pita DoDan will be charged for an District Court for the Northern District of Florida. kinks CARRIAGES AND HARNESS n day.then tab from five to eight of my Live recent discoveiy, and besides,".lkitf and

onneements of candidate for office j la advance. February. 1852 tf Me. 124 l'JHUa-5&nPt TEAS. Pills to dislodge and pass the worm. Dy etrht t,*\c qualities ads through the skin (

:. One square,for six months ; : ." 00 next door North of Partition Hotel, and 33 W n. Agent for the N.Y. Pekin Tea Company.TEA ly following th directions,the mostobstinat and witS great efficacy,for the me gently of tlis,

Legal or other Business Card, per an. 10 00 Felix Livingston, woETn-STS-EST Charleston S.C. of direct importation, and of thirty-four cases of Tape worm can be speedily cured. class of discuses.w .

Notice to Deb ton and Creditor, : 7 00 ATTORNEY AT LAW, Elegant stock of Coaches.Roekaways Bngjrees varieties,from )to lib-in a lMkap.AU ROUND OR STOMACH WORM.This -
and band. Prie low
4 Application for Letters Administration. 5 01Applieation JACKSONVILLE, FLA. terms Sulkies c !.odaUng.constantly on mar 6-ly* ; warrantedand at extremely price*. worm is usually found In the small In- STABLER'S

for dismissal saAdminirtrator, 10 00 April 26. tf GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS, testine", and is the worm most common tochi DIAEBHCEA COBJDIA&

Editorial notices for priTato benefit will he charged CA1l.RIAGE. AND HARNESS PLANTS &c. dren.yet itt' not entirely confined to them II Is pleasant Mixture compcundtd It- -
REPOSITORY adults have frequently been known to suffer trn*
the rates adrertising. F. Clay Barrett DEALERS BT
double OKDIS-
ttyCOUNTRY supplied.
4 meet with the rules of Pharmacy, of th. .
-AH religions notices will be inserted gratuitonsly. NOTARY At n.. While!!*.**.South West-Comer ef loafrompaniedmhcaik, '. cMILLAN. them. The Symptoms most prominent known'and
t IT PUBLIC. while peutic agents, long celebrated
:MEETING AND WESTWOETH STS affected with this wonn.are hardness anti for
Commiwoit'rffr taliny AcloirMsmmt of mar 12lyPOINSETT'S fullness their pjreuliar efficacy in Caring DlAREOdE
or the
belly slimy stools,looseness of
J communications will be D'fds and oihfr Iwrvnifms of Charleston S. C. and similar affections of the"
AH admiwable personal ; Writing the system. ]
I bowels k its
of at the lowest INDIAN LOXECUST. ,picking tLeoosea bluish! streak
: description
t at advertisements.OT to be tad in th* Slam of CARRIAGES every under the action, it ALLAYS KATSIA and piodocea a hesJ
.A on hand and no article sold except ryes. &e. If yon, or any of you .
: bills for Job Printing, mwt be paid on NEW YORK AND PKNNsyr.VANIA. the fullest I children have thy condition of the LIVER thus rtmoviBrthe
\ : All such as can be warranted in term TUB MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE REMEDY any of the above symptoms, HO
the delivery of the work. JACKSON VH.IE FLA. oct23 tf by Bcpt6-6jn_M. IL NATHAN. FOR TilE CURE OF DEXSACK'S WORM SYRUP can safely be do- ,cause at the same time that in cures tat

I tI7": An let ten on business,and communications, JOSEPH WHI.LDEN Chronic Diarrhea and Dysentery fended upon-by using you have a eerUZn, disease.
Fniscr safe.and,speedy cure and if after it .
attention.AGENTI using according
to receive Philip ;
most bo post paid ben the It
BE1LI.BSI1PAINTVOILS Which ha* ever presented to public. to the directions the not The valuable Medicines above named hsv,

; : ATTORSEY CO UXXELLOR AT LAW, GLASS, stands span its oien ,aeritS,nw/needs no p"gIIJ.II7 to health,and the worms patient thoroughly era restored recently been introduced, with the appnTti

Tallahassee Flu.f .Icusn'.vii.i E Fu.... AND IX: HAS NOT FAILED TO CURE IN A dicated from the systemyou can ret assured or a number of the MEDICAL Pxortssio ].

Maj.JomBKARD, Fla, W ILL ntfon-1 to :'ny pri/-ssionil busineontrutteJ SH3IP : IF1 AflLiEIr, SINGLE INSTANCE.. fJ] there is no remedy beyond the grave, as for the City of. Baltimore and elsewhere, and fa

I'f J. G. REAS O'(, Esq., Ocila to him in ilit Courts oft! !..GOJ} EAST BAY,OPPOSITE P.and M.DAN K, T Valuable! preparation is compounded fail, there is no such? word as fail with those practice have succeeded most admirably I,

1 JOHH DAKLHO, Esq Tampi, Fla. Cn'lorn Circuit, IIr1\1 the hupreme Courts: a CHARLESTON,S.C. from several medicinal roots growing in who use my Worm Syrup. curing th*diseases for which they are prea.cribed. .

L Oen. S. RUSSELL Newnnnsville, Fla. Tjil.il 1.lsst". lie Inn nl osach an advantgcous the Wilds of Florida. It is PtIF.LT and WIIOLJLY ASCARIDES OR SMALL THREAD They are offered to the Country Pne.titioner .
i connection with in able Lawyer nt Wtsniton *. as medicines which be can in all
and for th
Capt J.J. KSIOHT, Alligator, Flu. He keep constantly sale, a general Vegetable, : designed FNPFCIALLV WORMS. respects
1 City ns will ensure n prompt and ere assortment cure of the above disease. The Inventor and* depend upon, as prepared in sgrernita
B. FB.ISBT, Esq, Carey's Ferry, Fla.GRO. y collection of such cl\imslls may be placed PAINTS OILS utah kinds. WINDOW GLASS Proprietor is fully convinced that it is an invaluable These wlrnfs to which the human system i is with the experience of come of themost leaned
1 : CCSTKB, Esq St. Augustine, Fla. i,his hands against the United States.8ept.Sth,1S4 AND SAS1IES.SPTS.TURPEXTINE.CAMPIIENE. Medicine. In fact the teat that he liable, are the most troublesome of all others. and judicious Pyhysiciaas, and strictly in con

t t Judge. STEELK Cedar Keys,Flu.I IyTA SPIRIT OASS TALLOW, has given it ell the town in which he resides, They are generally to be fotnnd in tho rectum, formity with the rules of Pharmacy and a*
"' GRINDSTOSDS,CORDAGE, and allowed to remain from the irritation especially serving his convenience
and the wbo
with it has
8. GU! KI, Esq., Pilatka, Fl.. Chain Pumps Cotton Fool Gin f>!xlure$ astonishing sttcc-st which they produce the foundation ( serious the t cm-
\ R STAGE met, warrants him in saying that it is a POSITIVE lay or not so readily' City Physician have sis
f JAcu01Il'JLIEST, Esq., Flemington, Fla. Glue, Packing Yam, and ErusJtrt CURE. He has therefore come to the disorders, such as infl unit ion of the bowels own prescriptions couT.onnUe.d by a practical

C. P. Cooe., Esq. Savanm Ga. HAPPINESS AND tO IPETENCE.'VIIY of various kind determination to place it within the reach of and other derangements utILe stomach. The Pharmaceutist.

t I march 12-Iy. all, knowing how many suffer with this veryunpleasant best and safest medicine that can be used is See the dtreripiive Pamphlets. to he hsj

:i u CO cactus lilT I and often dangerous 1)iseuaepar. IIOBENSACK'S WORM STROP. Such is the gratis of all who have the Medicines for sale

It 1'rDE.. FRASER& THOMPSON, ticularly in the Southern and Western States. astonishing power of my medicine over Aicaradus containing recommendations frees Doctors
\\i. JDS P. utaI That we b.ho1 broken in health ana trims vith a complication of diwam FA1 @RgI In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be P.tuz HAY
and ailment,depnvaif bun ofU e power for th* (uoymenlof particular nnd look for written signatureon where my Worm Syrup and Liver Pills are recommended Love &e.Do '

I liivio receired from New Tor a supply of and life htm at>r an tenuity ae when of mind(ihyiienlaiealih.,iritttrj from a bnofancjr condition of health apmia, I AND COMDIIS SION'MERCHANTS, the labeL my to be used they will not cure. Al t. 8.B. MAETit. says "I do net hesitate

T Typo and other materials suitable fQr Job Printing hnvld Ms.ofthecusrsorher.ue.nngi be pndominant. at ute..rh.p.yursbefore. Aclgcr's North Wharf, KG BERT POINSETT that is necessary is to use the Syrup in accor. p recommend your Dwrrkaa CouliclalJd A".

I $; we now prepared to execute at the shortest no- ,perhaix dnnnc r..:c.O 6nt jrara of m.rrnf e- CIIAIII.ETO.V, S. C. P. S. Planter should not be without th invaluable dance with directions each bottle; and incase fin Ckfrrw ETfecterctt," ke.Doct. .
I are wen n their oricm ao ( nnnoticed sad oleourisued.eted. a gentle purgative is required in order .Joni APDKOV. raysIt
Medicine. giVes
tics all kind*ofi }CEDK E. FRASEB I PACLmay S. THOM!OY Every family ought to allay the ir itition Them lit'
1:1 ArrICR TEARS, 7-1 keep it on hand.A.M.REED ihey produce, Liver pleasure to add my testimony lIntel eikers
Pamphlets, Circular, .. Pill",by their srmpathising action and healthy the
-- -- -- favor of
\, Law Blanks, Hand Bill, WVn too tan to be benefitted by on knowledge w. look priup.ipalgent for Jackson in extraordinary eftaty of *tar
I Bnsinr Cards, Show Bills, !back and monra and regret the sit c..aaeuc. of .r MALONE & TAYLOR, ville.Jacksonville.. operation upon the bowels is the most pleasant Diarrhea ClIrd h, &e.; and of the Er'II

,k Vliltlnz Cards Bllls 0I Ladlni! Ifnorance.What would we not often tivo to potaeu.in early life.the Lumber Commission Merchants Auzust 6, ISiJ. ly medicine that cnn be taken.IIOBENSACK'S ,,,,,"I have no hesitation in rCecrrinesdinr. .
.;. knowledge we obtain in after what dtyi and t valuable medicine"ie.
Lalwl" Ice., &*. &-c- 'cab. .Ab it, MS a mo
Bicfata of anguish we might pared if the ]>OXL.:1.1)EI' ]>nrA NOTICE. LIVER PILLS.
All 6il for work of this Ji nil,to te paid on kaowledf waa tiiaelr J'-. It i.. No Doet. R. A.PAY RE, nays he has uPt".I the Dt.arrhcea .
eru- ol the is
liable dis-
Very respectfully solicit conM/iimcnls of Direction?for using Poinsett's Indian Loxe part system more to Cordial
Tune U- in his practice "with
.: Southern Lumber find S"'tuglesc.. cust will be found on the inside the wrapper ease than the Liter, it being supplied with nn- pleat effect and thinks it ore of the hap.
To behold the ncknen and..trerinreDdDrd by many a wilb on each bottle. Where there is fever attending onerous blood vessels and nerves, and if dis- incas eca-
Liberal nil T iiri-s mule. P.ef'r to venient and efficient
TIM ES OF SITTING for ,from can.ea iimjle and .easily combination.ever effmd
ninny yean blood of
cllIabl. easedjtbe
r. remedied or better*uU,.- MX incurred,if. E. T.. BROCK, PAIL, | E. T. F.zcnAaortonPhila. the disease, a purgative should in everY coarse flowing through aU to our profession
1 I. OF THE DIFFERENT COURTS IN WIFE AND HOTUKRfoMeued T. E. 'NJurl.l"il', Fla. age be used before the Loxeeust. Should pirts of thy body produces Liter Complam't, Dod.L. D.IIASDY, writes, "I have adminis

:: .. FLORIDA. eb 12-ly there he tendency to inflamation.purge mod Javnduf, Bi'tovs Affections, Dytpfysia| &c tered Aaodyte Expectorant in
the information contained in a little yol...(with your .fffral re.
Eaftcrn Circuit. the reach of all which wonld benelfYEAIIS erately, and give the Loxeeust in smaller doses LIVER COMPLAINT
STATE COURT- u ) ipare lie! of ltlllft'.etion,with tie
Wi'! Kttlfrrf
'. JA
wro: & CO.
:; STRING TEEM. OF JlISERY.r than the average dose. Is attended) with chills, succeeded by fever se- r fwJtt, and (rem a knowledge of its ri+rrttle

l Orange and St. Lucie, Ut Tuesday in 4pril And to hmband the constant toil Mid annety St mind FACTORS READ-l'mLADELPHrA! MEDr. vcte pains in the region >f ihe Liver vomiting, effect. can with the greatest confidecce recommend .
Putnam 3d do do April. necenanly: devolving upon him hum sickness ol the wife, AnD AFFLICTED Established 18 years ago, by bitter taste, yellow furred tongue, pulse full It,* '&e.

14 Sumter, 2.1 Monday in \pdt without which lO'inf hia him i eieniooa the opportnnrtj are entitled of acquiring and the poeeenion that competence Commission Merchants, Dr. Uns-ELix, N. W.corner of Third and Union and bounding the pain in the side is increasedby Doct W S. LOVE, writes to ns that he bus

Marion, 4th do in April. ol children.SECVRK which. would I aecnro ibo hapinoew of lumaelf, wife,nod No. 13 SOLTIIERN WHARF, street". between Spruce and Pine,ts..Philadelphia. pnssnre, should the left lobe be affected administered th e Expectorant to his wife, mlu

.l Alachus, Sal do in l:1y. CHARLESTON S C. EIGHTEEN years of extenmre and uninterrupted the p:1in is generally in the left shoulder, witha has had the Bronchitis ftrfoTte tJtrj mi
THE MEA7ES OF I1AFFIHEM Wm. M. Lawton I Wm. M. practice rpent in this city. have rendered Dr.K.I short dry cough the sit that she is ,
Columbia, 21 do io 1\1-11. I Taylor. tfeommg of a yrf- fast recovering from her long standing -

i Nassau, Wednesday before 4h Mood:iy in May of By which becominf hat earned in time Jrco'and the poverty know ledce of thoaeaiuU,.tin went R. Wamrijht Dacon, I Joseph T. Dill.\ the near most in the expert treatment and successful of all ilfee.a practitioner!e of a,private far and lose appearance, and the stools clay colored. mil.idy. It Lns in a few weeks June her

Dual, 4th Monday !sn M:y.St. In neon of inch coateqaeucea. DA wife or mother it eici ma"" 12-Iy jGEORftREABROU' nature. Persons afflicted with ulcers upon the This disease can "e cured by the tI eofnOUES.ACK'8 more good than all the remedies she has heretofore

.Johns, 2d do. inJ ine.TALI. sable if to ah henflf. nceet!.which lo avail would hermit spare her of that much knowledt.<.rio'K.*bth inreipeet ,,' & CO.,,'' body. throat or legs. pain >n the heal or bone, LIVER PILLS, as they act directly used under able medical coo ceil.
TKS.M. means of bappineu und prosperity to hr Imanand, and mercurial rheumatic stricture, gravel d;"ca e upon the cent of rhe.lise\se,and then operating SIXTEEN of the best AroTacCAKiES and
; her children that blruinf above all -healthy No.97 East-Bay,(opposite Boyce Co's WhOrL,
Orange and St. Lucie, 3-1 Tuesday before the confer bodies upon with healthy minds. 1'bat Enow leJf*fine.couluoed ill C. .' arising from youthful excc*'es impurities of the upon the bowels they expel all the corrupt and PIMEMJCTUTHTS in the City of Baltimore.
i'ftfrChartaton.8. blO whereby the constitution has become enfueblcd vitiated
let Monday in November. little work entitled. p. write-We-re the preparalitBsknowBSroJV !

.. \ Putnam, Last Tuesday before the 1st Monday THE MARRIED WOMAN'S SPIRIT GAS DKAtFKSIl AND CAMPIIENE- who, are places all treated himself with under rnece the s.He .care of Dr.K., matter.DYSPEPSIA.. II Anoint Chtrry ErprcttraJt sod

in November. reli"onnlr confide in his honor as a gentleman Th ""TTnptouworDj'pepsii. nnd its various Sto/llT'l DiarrJifa Cortfal are mrdieiiies ef

S Sumter, 4th Monday in November. Private Medical Companion with lamps of every description for the same. may, anti eonfi.lently rely upon big skill as a phy. lisensr? nreilizzinrjs in the head heartburn, great. value ntfrery efficient for the relief md t

Marion, let Monday in December. ALSO gicial. TaLe particular notir*. oppression after eating meats, sourness arising cu C of the flmntrs for which they are rre smealed >
AlAchu2d Mondy in December. BY DR. A. M. MAUKICEAtT, English and American White LeadPans Ynnng man who hare injured themselves by a from the stomach, &C. and sometimes general bey bear tho evidence of skill sal

Columbia 31 Monday in December. pu.rr.uos Sr DURA'R' 0' wease.on. of every kind, Linseed and Sperm certain practice indulged in-a habit frequently languor ofthe whole body; from this il will be care in their prepitrttron and style of putting

St. Johns, 1st Monday in November. Oil Glass Putty &c. learned from evil companions or at school; the cfcct. s en that the disease owes its origin ton di user. np.and we lake pleasure in rerennendicg
t 4 Ilninilk fjitun. lm.,"850. Pric., so as .of which are nightly felt even when asleep and
before "the 3d Mond: oft ganiied state of the Liverand them."
Nassau Tuesday iy mirch 12 -
I J [Oil nn rrt.saves BUPiiie $1 OO.J] -Iy destroy both mind and body shonM apply immediately. .
! November. Weakness and constitutional debilitylos LIVER PILLS is the very m -di- rwEHTT-SevtT of the most repcef lle Mrr-
t i DnvaV.31 Monday November. First publtshed in 1147.and it is not E. \\". linker of mnrenlar encrgr and physical laraitnde and general cine 10 affect a permanent and lasting cure, chants, residents of Maryland, Vfryinb.

STATJi..COURT-Mic1dfe Circuit. SURFRfZIXO OR VOSPERFtTL, SHIP BROKER AND QKNERAL COMMISSION prostration, irritability and all nervous affce sstbey act by changing the certain morbid actions North Carolina who have sold and also sued
that EVERY PEJIAtE. tions indinestion. sluggishness of the liver and of the into these
Conaldrrlna MERCHANT, system a healthy actionand, medicines themselves, say, Trcm car
t'PKU'G'TEr.f WHETHER MARRIED OR HOT can Here duiease in way connected with the disorder the Mooil
e\err any
rendering and own ezperie nd that
pnre healthy. of our ml w t
Madison, Sd'Monday in April. acquire fall knowledge *>f the nature SAVANNAH GA. ofthe procreative functions cured and full vi- TO inert,
or her complaint, FEMALES. confidently recommend them ProBonePa
Jefrerson,21 tW in AprilWllbtta character and causes Mirth 20, 1".5?. rwtorwl.Read' -
with, the various symptoms, and that \j gor iou will find these blico. We have known renfdies
letdii in April.: Youth and Manhood. A Vigorous Life Pills an invaluable ms>H- never any

Leon, 3d do in'March. nearly HALF A M1LX10S COPIES Boston & Gunby, or a Premature Death.-Thu book just published cinein many complaints to which you are subject used for the disf'II"-s for which they are prescribed
filled with awful inlnrmation the infirmities It obstructions to be so efficient Slid such
Gadsden, let do in March.. COTTON FACTORS AND is on either total or partial, to give es-
abould bar GENERAL and disease ofthe Generative Organs. It adJrcsurs tire satisfaction
ieabild.t.o they have been found of inestimable benefit in to alLr
t tr Hamilton, 4th doTALU April. It I. convey fnlly the nrioaa subject COMMISSION MERCHANTS, itself alike to Youth Mknhood and Old Sge.and The above notices tit
TERM. IreatedeoC:as they ar* or* nature strictly intended for the restoring and purifying the blood and other reccmmendation fustmerobersof
-'l those eontempUtntf marrnces... but no female CORNEa JUT Ann JE7FERSOt should be red by all. the
STREETS fluids Medical Pharmaceutists
to all
fr. so as cur Faculty -
Madison, 3d Monday in November. desirous enjoying health and that beauty,conseirarat npou The valuable advice and impressive warning it complaints which may
November., health which n so eondncir to her own happmeia.and tMJ SAVANNAH GA. arise from female irregularities headache ol high stnndin, and Merchints ef the
2dell ,
Jefferson of her husband but either h.or will obtain It"as has or will gives will prevent Tears of misery and suffering
WakulU, 1st do in No nher., ever,hushand who has the Ion and affection of bis wife at HI BOSTON. | JOHN n. GTSBTNor. md save annually thousands of Live dimness of sight, pain in the side, back, &. first rctability should be f1aftirient 10 af.
Ion 3d do in October. heart or that of his own pecuniary improvement. 1. 1831. fm Parents by reading it will learn how to prevent These Pills are tbe only eafeand effectual rem- ify all, that these mf'flieiDf'UreJr.rtiJ / Inch
Off ONE HVNDRKD THOUSAND destruction of their children. to the the afflicted and that different .
Gadsden let do in October. UPWARDS the edy cure following corn hints:Gout. er. by they are of a
Hamilton, 4th do -November.-- COPIES FORT & DUNHAM *>*A romittanee of 25 e..ntll. enrlcyipd in a letter vo sne %Melancholy. Sick headache, Oiddinei stan'p and class firm the -Qwackery" net
Hare bee SENT BY MAIL withia the last few month alienated to Dr. KINKELIX. N. W. corner *. Rhrnmati!mdidtresing Dreara!DImness "'Cnre' Alls' so mnch imposed*jon the pubHe.
STATE COURT- -Southern Circuit IPACa1: AHID Third anti Union streets between Spruce and Pine
I CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. will orsi?bt./r in fact any of the diseases that arise Percale by Druggists, Apothecaries and
book under
uruiNG TuI Philadelphia ensure a envelopeper from affections of the Country Store-keeper .
BE TfOT DEFRAUDED COMMISSION MERCHANTS! return of mail. Liver impurity of the !generallT.E.H.STABLER&CO.

I Levy 4th Monday in March.in fbi n<> haIr nnlm *Dr. A. M. Wanrloean, 1ML'l SAVANNAH GEORGIA. Persons at a distance may address Dr. IT. by letter Blood, or constipation ofthe Bowels .
4 Ilernando, let Monday April. rtT htrapt,N.Y." U no he title fwre and the entry (port-paid.) and be cured at homo. MEDICAL EVIDENCE.We. WHOLESALE D. GGlsn.
ti 1 UiltsborOugb,2d Monday In April. in Uie Qrrk Office on the buck of the tttle puge; and IIEXRT R. FORT. T. K. DUNHAM. Packages of )Medicines Direction,jfcc.,forwarded the un.l'r1 igine.J Physicians had 120 Pratt Street, Baltimore.
r Munroe lBt do in May. buy only of rnnectable and bononbU dealers,or send Oatober 30th. 1852.tf. by sending a reioittanc, anti put up secure from lie 'of their ,having Sold in JacVjonville.bv
by null, and address In Dr. A. M. Muurieeue, u there receipt manufacture submitted tom
,I -A& 1 TALL TKRJC.Lery. are spurious and turTepUliooa InfrIngements Of copy damage or curio t,. for inspection that mar 2S-3 m JOHN M. PATK.4.
say, the ingredinnts of
.11 .,?,Monday in October. right. J. HOLMES.General Book sellers. News Agents, Pcdler Canvases which
3d in Ociobrr.Hillsboroagh and all others supplied w.th the above work at tb\Yllre composed makes them the best "MAN KNOW THYSELF."
Monday very
1 Commission Merchant. low ratesfebJG PiUin use tor all diseases of the Liver Impnrhies .
: 1st Monday November. An invaluable book for 25 cents. "Every daily
L of the Blood ic.
.Monroe, 1st do December. No .If''*' for i15inoraje| when Iga.ranceIs 100''VAI.L STREET, NEW YORK. -Iy GEORGE should have a eor.pt. 6000 copies sold in lees than

STATE COURT Western Cirrut.I Mlnrrr tothoae vro bold near and dear Will pay particular attention to sale of Yellow FOR SALE. I'nt2w > WOOD, M. D. three months. A new edition revised and Imyreveti. -
m",l I'h n to dispel our Ignorance Is wIlHl Pine Lumber. Lire Oak and other Southern Tim.bee F. CROW LEY,\. D. .lust itnt'd.
f I I rata 'fEIlX.'Franklin',2JiMonda1IQ'pril.. : rraih. and produce and to order for purchasing A TRACT of Land on the St. L. IIOWES,).D. DOCTOR HUNTER.S FDICAL MA5ITAI.

1 T< enable every one to decide arM fh* indtop** Merchandise. tf dee 11 ;iJ Jl/arys River, in Florida, twelve miles Ij-Pnrchas none-hot those having the sig. Book theAdieted. Containing -
CalhouB, th do in April.v lallt ntcmfUy of poveuslns; a ropy, and that no wits .0-. above the town of St. jt/arys Oa- containing nature"J. N. HOB ENSACK,"as all othersare an outline of the Origin. Progress, Treatment
I Jackson, ts'do inMny.Washington >c mother need rrma.0 uninformed upon the many S. H. ROCKENBAUGH Seven hundred acres and which worthless imitations. and cure ef every form of diseaee, contracted tyPromi.cnons
do 'in >l raufra which emcee or later, are descend to make has not been under cultivation for the last twenty Sexual Intercourse by Seif-abase er
h1 Agents
r ,3 ,, fearful raTiifo* upon her hwUlh.nnle araardd arainat. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, years. Rice. Cotton,Corn Ac.,has been produced wishing new supplies, and all others by Sexual Exee. with advice for their prevention
Tuesday after% 3d Monday In. May. that cxxuidrfate and affrelinaaM haabaaa wishing to become
Holmes and a. hare
+ 112 hero successfully.Thero agents, must address the written in a familiar style avoiding all vedical
PAlrl St. NfztJ Yori.
;/ cacao to niftral.t hImself with nestoct of the welfare ,
Walton 4th Monday in.Ma1 Proprietor N.
lit tie wIfo-s pamphlet of Uilrty-olz containing is ala-itp portion of high and low swamp IIOCEXSACK. as his Laboratory technicalities and everything that woald offend
I page
Santa Uosa, lutMonday.:In June. full 71th-paq.IIM ],*!_ of Coatmit, tnfKlbrr with CAREFUL attention will be given to sales' o for Cotton and Rice which could be easily drained. Xo. 120 North SECOND Street above the ear ot decency from the result of some twea-
I scambin, SI ',ddf In ..1uzu.t extraCt trum the book. will be sent frs of charge In Rice.' Sugar, Lumber, Timber and Alto considerable high rush land as well as some Race, PHILDELPI1 ty years successful practice exclusively devoted;
t .. : FALL TCJtU. any part if the Uuitod Stale, by addressing, pWlirft >.-. other Southern Produce. Also Merchandize, purchased very ftneTimber,which has never been cut through Sold by all Druggists and Merchants the to the cure of diseases of a delicate er private *a--
Fr.nJl01 Sat Monday In December.: as t..I\.. on most advantageous terms. June 19-ly The place would be valuable to any one having United States. .4-11 Lure. *

'. :Calhoun Thuriy after 4th Mon-laj in Nov. IenowleitCe U Ilapl>lncnu, 'll. rute force of fifteen orion working hand _may To which is added reef t. for the euro of tl-

"Jack..a-2J, Monday JaJIovfmber.Washington puii>le to be Ignorant.tV JOSEPH: GRICE. For partttulars apply to Farq Betbnne. Esq. ,Savannah Medical College. above diseases and a treaties on tIM ca.feI. symp-
a On reeerpt of On Dollar (fflm Lie Edt GENERALCOMMISSION MERCHANT. at Jacksonville Wm.II. Clarke, tr,.t Si.Jlfarn. base an4 euro ef tb.FeaeraodAgna toy t iar?"
lit 18535.t.TIIE
Tnealay Monday inNovember. lion, uIP2\'bindl) "THE MABU1ED WOMAN'SPC1VATE 33 WATER ST..NEfl'.YORA' Oa, or to the undersigned at Fernandma, Amelia SESSIOX he cents a copy: six copies one dollar will b*
... MEDICAL COMFANIUN"!ii tent (nailtd and prompt attention given to the sale Island.Fla (!epU-m) GEO. S.SETOq. COURSE OF LECTURES in this lostitu- forwarded by any part of the ,United States by
'* Holmej,l,tM< "l y n November. free be )to...r-ft of the addrewd U>db>4 lo 8taf Dr.* A.All M.loUert MACKI.CKAU. must. STRICT articles of produce entrusted to hit care, will commence on the First Monday of mail free of pottage. Address pottage paia

<_ :,. Walton, 4th do |In October. Box UH :New York (Ity. raMiaUlnic Qfflce, and all orders promptly complied with. Ten Thousand Acres Land, November and continue four months. ;I Cosden it Co, Publishers or'box W, P-0,Flula.
,a S'n1& UOSII,ad do Jn October. >.129 Libert;Street,New Tort. April 24, 1852. tf Including a Valuable Plantation} with R RDAt-ioLD.of D. Fror Ingtitutcs and Prac "This is, without exception the most eoutpretensive -
,_, do in October.SuUHiTja In New York &Townsend. Ad. Medicine. and intelhble workT bli hod on the elao
'.io eity. by string r Lxtcnsive
.4Zseaabia1.'I Improvements J
ow AILD. P Frot
Anatomy., of diseases of which it treats. Avoiding an technical
>STATUS'DISTRICT COOUT. mace, Sherman & Co, Dewitt street,A Davenport Green S. N. Williams Well known as the rexiJrnrc of the late W G BrLLocH.MD, .Principles and Prfttice termc. ItadJnweeaitMlfto the reason orb
Barnes 4 ,near
Co.OtBo.129 Liberty
.**. NKtfflI Dwria. COMMISSION MERCHANT, CbU J. II. McINTOSH of Surgery. eaders. It ie free from all objectionable natter,
wich. may7- raFKOPCSSOR
Tallahassee Lit, Monday January. t JACKSONVILLE, FLA, P M OLl.ocK. M D, ProC Obstetrics and Diseases and no parent however fastidioM can object Se
",; let do in February. ALEX. C. BARRY'STJUCOPIIEHOUS r7"EEP3 constantly on band and for sale a Only Fifteen MiL from Jorkionville directly of Women and Children. facing it in the hands of hia tons. The aather
? : ApaUehicola, gen- the kt. Johns R..t' .
.: J. : l't'l'allU'lortment: of3ROCKP.IER open C W WI,T.lt1 D. Prof. Medical Chemwtry. has devoted many years to the treatment of the-
.'l'.rellaacoh.,. tit do March. .MEDICATE* COMPOUND THE SUBSCRIBER has been appointed E L MA RTI f. M D. Pro Phrsiolorr. various complaints treated of. and with too fittlo
f : Augustine, Jet Io' in.,. ril. on AND PROVISIONS., nt for the Administrators and will II. D BTSD.M D, Pro Materia Medics and Therapeutic breath to puff and too list?.presumption to to-
.. '. '1" Stutter* Datrtetl Olt bcot.l1tif'ylnr! Curling.Preaorving.Uutoringmd 07 THE BEeT SELECTIONS *.. '
: F show the premises to any one wishing to pur. potte. be has offered to the world at the merelY
jClmiralty Court aid at Key West; always $tr"othenlng the IIair. Relieving! Dieeases u : and win, sell them lower for rank'than they can bo eb".e. J B READ. M D, Pro! Pathological Anatomy and nominal price of n sent; tbo.Ihiils of seme J*
aeaaien. of the .skin, coring rheum at lo pains, and : bongbt elsewhere in the South. Demonstrator .
.. Also,the Equipments eta Sugar House, em. Anatomy. years most sueeeecful praeti.Jl""N.
.' healing external wonndg. Boande4J .". taa Doctor Yourndf. graphical lines, the rcrraUtien of BeeP; s Tricoph- prices.RTOBK :. bracingthe necessary apparatus- connected Jwirf, 15; Demonstrator ofAoatom,. CIO; Gra knowledge; Imp trted in 4hh invaluable work. Ik
irons pervades the Union. The vales of the'art!. of Union and with Sugnr Makin. duation, 30. Renuintes
JSiTflE rOCKET JESCULAPIDS; or Every corner Fonvth streets formerly for aradnaiion.the same would save years of pain,mortification and sercewS.
Own,Pby tlciaa.-Thf fortieth edition. ele of. late years bare Increased ia a ratio that aJ- owned and occupied by Mr.Ja* Armstrone. Also a quantity Machines, and Tools nged as in other Medical Collect*.' o the youth under their ehargon-P to-fit t AJf.

witn o.I'a GDe hnmdred efifrraving. bowing,discuss moat exceeds belief. Prefonsor'Itarry.. after a Jacksonville Oct.25.1851,, IyHAV. in raising and preparing.Cu It on. with Iron c. \. WE8. M.D. A Presbyterian elergyman in Ohio in writing efanter'sMedieal
frem malforinatiotM ol tb. human system in every eat examination otbissalee'.book. find that Geered Horse Power In complete order. may -m Dean of the Fa lty. [ Ma .._,: Thowands 'fla
the nnrabcrcf boWel delivered to order ID
shape and form., To which It added a treatise qtua- B"Li'.s luetreecived Brigs The Land will be'parcelled to suit purcha thousands of oar youth,by"evil exaaaple a>4 the
t of the ties of from half a cross upward during the year A)1'( ) JOSIAH ASHUBST afluei> of the 1 b". been led into Ik*
diseases of female being hIgheR tapor.tinoe rAfcm and Del ma. Alto 250 bushels 0D.I
I : the 1852. was within a trifle of g OOOO., WIOR.
'. to married people, or those ooatompIatiDgsaarriare It.Is unnecessary to present at length the er-{ O.fl. and for sale by sen.Termliberal.. .. J. JOHNSON, MEDICINES oa hand fer the habit of Hlt-poll.tion without realising the nand

III ... by WM Yocn M D. Let no father deuces of the wonderful propnrties of the Trioopo oct 1-tf BELLECn AESS A FINEQAN.r Agent fir Aim cist'lltort, camel earful consequences upon themselves, and their who
\. ashamed U> present copy of the *ouapiasla eons, when the public bare rorniabed such an en a_J..ekl -.,m.. Aug. 13. 18:53-1' Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Piles, posterity. The constitutions of thousands'tf set
It save him from aDnrt.PY& n.\ GOOD>-\\ill bo sold .t are raising fannies have been enfeebled
his child nay donctnent as this. Tile of the article unusually Old Ulcers .Drcpsy &c.
cheapness Dyspepsia
t;. .. Let obligations BO young 7 married mao or woman life without enter reading into the the scoreS M. and.the explanations given of it* chemical action J / low prcc! by U MerVUL'fPLATEUS. 1,000 Book Agents Wanted, All irregnlaritle.s.obtrnctons! and excemes, ia fe the broken care.down Any and thing they that do can not bo knew done the so eatee to es-er

Let nooo* suffering from a hacknied poll the hair,the scalp, and in all eves of super HOTEL To Sell :Pictorial and Useful Works for males.- will be regulated removed or suppressed. lighten and influence the public mind as to ehekr
eulapJas. loial Irritation, Sat recommended it to the attention ,. Alto on hand his valuable
uiu In the tile Ue s n'ghU.' nrroasteeUaip Year 18M. anti ultimately to remove this wido-tprMcl..aree
eoneb. This all that the inventor : .
6 thepeopte. was
Chsjieston FAMILY
human greatest
wretchedness would confer the
and the whole train of Drspeptid sonnaKoas -
desired.; roy bott'e advertised ItselC The ef. DOLLARS
,. be another ,, : .81,000 A YEAR. Among them be found blessing neit to the religion of Jeses Christ on lbS
,and given *p by their physician feets of the fluid exceeded expectation., It acted MTHB tindcrsigncd would rpspcctfnl- may Compound Tonio Pills. ,
.' taoeaevl without eoasalUng the JBMulapias. Have would ANTEDnsveryaecti.woft/aUaitaI3ea *. Antifebrile Pills Dropsy Medicines. Pile Ointment present and eoming generations. Intemperance
like aghartaa The ladies not be witbontlt. his friends and the Public
- J jtenor- f T, ,active and enterprising men to inthe Diseases lot the mo.f drinks though it has
the married or tboee abe ttoke; married any C engage unnecessary to name will be cured In a Intoxicating ,
the that he
-a. Country dealers in notion el State ally, has leased that exlenrfrn and well
every ..'. of tome of-the bert Books published in the few dayr and slain thousands is not a greater
has thousands
iapedimsat. read this truly .tal book as cores always warranted and .10 for. open
nnstfiar lt and thus was built known the
found nn establishment PLANTER'S
I I Id they ; awholesale HOTEL
Country.. T.men ofgood ,IIINIISlng allllan cited in of to the human raeev Aeeept thanks en
unfortunate scourge
been the means of saving thousands of cases The usual rtm tttt will say
trade of hitherto nnheurd and I. for the
extent of ot ri.u..rs.
I I hi an now ready reception
lit capital of from $25 to 9100 such inducements will not bo behalf of Ibo affiieted .an* believe me,' yenreo-
r "TMtares from the n'r7 J*Wl or death! Anyper. location prescribed. No charge made for examinations ,
tIr .. .- ,,nultngTesnty.Sve Cents enclosed in letter, reKardi sxtlclesofthlcklnd. Tb.btgbeetpolathas being convenient to all the bnri. k offered as'to enable them to make from $3 to and prescriptions. yorker in the.good work yea are so aafa'vely en*
MB been and It if hollered that nePtloe.Utinl commend it those
I 4 P &e 'yet reached to who visit ** -
$5 .
: I If .win receive one copy alibis work by van, or fir* he sale et this year will be million and a half( the city on bnnesand! no exertions or expeno adirprefit.The Books published all, useful. .in DISEASED SLArEStof 'aged One "m be snie1oPand *-*
K7 by forwaiMieemreIy
ns are
** will to sent for one daJlar Address post no w 0 1. their copy
j 1 P l copies rottie*. Depot and Maettiaetary No. 137 Broad* will.bts.arxi by tb.-Proprietor to promote the owners in a hopeless condition. six
f t K. their character extremely popular and command postage paid.) oa toeoipt Of li .. or
Da'W. X0ttxa. MS Bpntee street will be purchased. Addren. !
j '
; "IIL way New York. UcUH prkcf 2) cent.a Urn com fort and convenience ef his guests and render large sales wherever they are offered. eopiet'for $1. Addreas. Cosnui A Co, PuVWn.erg : .
. II 1PhUait.IpbIs. JmaelLyBRWKS bottle. -Liberal 4'taeoitni 'to purchasers by the his house,In every respect worthy of the publiolatronago .For particulars, address (postage paid.') Dr J'ASHORST,'Jacksonville, E P. Box 1M.Philadelphia. .

--, BRICKS.5OOOOI fJr1&AtiI1' Sold by all tb.' Ip61 mercbaatsandroetfsts and support. lie Is pleated to add that ROBERT SEARS Publisher. Pay the portage oa your letters.. Apr Booksellers'eaavawers, and. book- agents np

lit .. :; rJ.het B1ck.of1hSbe.l4uiality, i throughout the'United States. and .Canada -. -- he ha.secured the service as Book Keeper;of Js/ri oet2&t'., '. : _M81 William Street.N..Y. Th.J3LANlDtlSPor thTeoaiJilferTveyaneo JlIl.ch.IJa..UiberaUe1'lllL-y. ;. .prSO
,' # fN ; ,.Mexioo. Qre t Britain. *to.SoWiaJtlkJenTillebr :, J.Vf.Linux, so longand favorably ,knowtrto I of Douses and LoU, and Beak _
: jstreccie4 uti for salt by j ""> '.r', :. the travelling community of. this and the adjacent- CItOCKERYt of all. descnplions, for sale low tfr: Kstatoof aykindh3ftho single sheeT TAEDWARB -VTLERI-cI'-rictl 1s
3 AMtIzDr.-: june '. > i Jt PA.YKE, DtuuTIt. Staten ](oct l-3mj A. W. BOMARC '' D McCfJEN-' or quaatltj.for sale at THIS Omot JL whkhnrMteuUjby fEI! -

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