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: February 5, 1853
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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The Future of Flo ida. The Madiai Family: .. .P (
u:. Y.bit Mt..ta.rv. an offer to Utk"y *-- (t'b. climate, position, and. : varied ,pro-' It reported that' the,President and< < Oswcgo, ex- J.:24th. AND' FATAL JSlAuunr .AT' ,
;J' laJurmMirfi toft bonds I MB amion to lire, duction of Florida,'are. hereafter'to.l'C Secretary, of State hue sent* private patiat on tht"piogreseve".waysf' the : Mayor Seaver '-ay' read a letter GAirxA,,iLli"We; learn .that :a fatal''.f."

rot totUr,for wont, m eompwxHm HI Ukt you, der her one'of the stnct important:.Statesl letters to the :Duke of,Tuscany, asking rising generation :. I before the Board Aldermen, from.Gen- malady broke out asbort 'time,since -at

fu. FmidcJyMll CQ;; daeripUwi I fir*. of the South. 'Notwithstanding ber.very the liberattofi' of" the Madiai family,and "Boss'are nearly an extinct.;.f Pierce, in reply to an invitation to accep- Galena,'which.'defies1. aU the efforts .of.physician -

, .zflfA' r.n.IU r expwtaor caa.for perfection.. large proportion of poor ,Gilt it| reducedtocertaiiitjby.aotuaLexj permission them to be brought.to the is scaijcely I any stage between dJ8p and the hospitalities of' the I city of Boston, */. It is a.new type oft disease,, .t'

erimen .that a United States. We .wish our worthy despei adoism. The'rowdy infantli[ no on his way to WaabiD n., andwithsymptomaeDtireIy.pecnia.,.'BO! J
For IbM MTer-ytt'u a fatfabr'j lot > ; .
Bat bftoda*.wife Td mAe a.ttleetSonAKUek small farmer can live there in more comfort : President would send atjthe same time sooner out of Lis long clothes thanhc exhibits The, letter.recites his previous Terbal : much-BO that the.physician fear Its .attacks ,

I .any la.my litutioa would not than anywhere else. ,The seemingly for the American citizens w. .o Lave been. the incipient traits of. the dandy. acceptance ot the invitatioo when. personally more than that anyvipidetnio .. i
,,I" poor'soil produces more than. many ol our abdJctedtroni our border, and are now 'loafe4'' ; and by the time bo is fairly :, present by the committee: at which !has raged thnragH. tHe'country. jy&years.
I'd bYe let no *-Ia! not hare a boanty.. Its first effect are -to '.jr
fender Concord. The General states however eel
rich acres;.,the almost tropical olimata suffering the lash in llexico.V e jacket'' want a tobacco pencil, a ,
For btantiftil wome *fl apt to bo Tain; that after.the .which has intense excitement,'mental and: physical ,
event *
render* perceive that some of our cotemporaries packo cards, and learn to ,Wcaf like a recently f
UAneoessary, Jarge! expenditure
LJJ(: Tel'.with take a bet_,11 be abaro,.I'would and think a-dntf... for housing and clothing any the:laborers, are sanguine that the Duke will grant,the piratarun At the ace of ton; be btnns to befallen him with a crushing weight, it is succeeded by loss. of.appetite' and great'1despondency. *"'. .,. ', e

'ar.'y. t t&tskftj. aoror complain., and the prolificgrowtliottho' potatoe petition fot the emigration this countryof p4th the 'maAecn,' and ,his. mother his wtah'to proceed to his post.of duty as : The doctors in'.e1' ,

Her fop aut be rood,withpat art U,constrain it, variety, furnishes abundance,'an excellent the.hdaifamily;. be'tbls as it may, generally knows he is out, became be is quietly ana 'privately. aa.circumstanceswill instance, have been unable to check it ...
AediMlhfT aboro ttu b.Iow nu4Jl also. article of food.. We have had our nothing -can be more ridiculous than vetys4ldom in. At the agf of twelve, permit. c- before reaching this stage of the disease,, J ;

. A Mnotbiaf pvttlea my braiD to.eiplam jt, attention turned to this State for .sometime for the President to send such a letter.If .- he em k ces!; drink. and speais of his parents He feels' dcet- >lv sensible of the kindness although few have bee1l:1aTed. by hint .;; 1 .

la,otopiokt Ungnct mat Bow from her eycr.. but harp'said little about her, as we he has"done such a thing, he has been za 'the old mankind old woman.'- which has prompted;fthe-i invitation, sent away (rem the"'eitr.n' I i.-.called;.. (

,. Eho aid be.u bred or I cannot rtxpect ber. did not care to give any additional impetus gloriously fooled by.'a:band. of; fanatics,.i(: At fifteen.. be want gold 'wateh'and rcvolvcn fully appreciate*, the evidence: thus afforded the'"nbuqne fever. or "fever of") ;' "
0, Oood Mtir'd ted nodet indeed than that. and talks about 'Iatnm of the estimation in which he is held buque. .'
,but not very eo),; to the emigration there ,from our own they.are no. worse Afire g' every- _
,' II.r mind well infrria'd-'ii* the prioeipcl-necUr. State. It will go fastenough without 'of sympathy has been'.kindled in tins body that dont keep "out of.his .W3.y.-' by the citizens Boston, but looks upon ----- 5u-. -f- '
That iweoteu the np of bymenlml Joy. ajil from us. Her cheap and' country by the circulation of\the gross At eighteen. be.is the ;!'fastest' youth, them cot as doe to any personal claims'of JQJThe Roman. Catholic ebinf r- 4 ;
generous '
IJer Lout ibo mnit lore ad domestic empleyaent land, will certainly attract the poop falsehood,,:that this family imprisoned, about town, talks of>setting np.for .himself regard bat as springing from a,noble-motive the United States comprise*6 archbishopv 4.

Dave praeUealknowIodgo household affairs whilst the vast sugar hammocks, yet untouched in Tuscany"for reading the Bible." dcribblcs l iMc-lettcrs. and becomes a and a proposal to receive him as a 2O'bishoi, 1,471. priest and ],54tchurches

And make U a part of her\ghptt emjoyinenU ,.of the South, and the longcotton I We have already exposed this shameless Ksfecfc adept in 'games of chance;can representative of a principle," uppermost distributed among 34 diocc3sea.'
To soften_y tro&bloi *ndlightea tay, cares fields ofMddleElorida, will as surely fraud,and bave shown that the Protestant drink more champagne and cat more.raw in all hearts-the basis of which is the and 2 apostolical vicariates. .A* to the .
is tolerated in than i inches. sacredness of the Union ; a principle that fact of population, the Catholio.Almanao- ,
I would draw there mny of our rich planters. religion Tuscany, any man .ofjbig ..
IJ r Ire bare it at least to be twenty .
As we are to lose in this would it and that men can.read as many: copies of Ahoui.this.time his fatlicwithtiold..hi.spend will.be cherished by.all while any adequate says: The figure 'were''obtained.'rom..' ,
Bat not exceed.twenty'fire at the mopt; way, .
be well the Bible there ,as they have a nund to and the youth hopeful love of common country exists in official,and consequently the1 most .relia
And the girls.of tL4 age being every where plenty n't: fo? us to, consider how the ng money ble I ,
breach buy. The Madiai was imprisoned think it a capital idea to run where the Republic. Whatever anxieties may somees.I If we suppose the Catholic. "-
I hope to gtt one 04 that numerous host'Not is to be repaired F Sball we suffer away: ,
all the loss, and allow New-York 'to :get I breaking the peace-not because it read be cat enjoy his 'liberty;' and after sow- yet be in storcjforhim-whatever obstacles population of the diocese of SL Louis to*: ;

fortune I ask-J bare many predilectionsFor all the benefit J What are our merchants ihe ,Bible and worshiped God peaceably ing his 'wild oats' abroad, returns home, interpose in the way of duty, he has undying 100,000, Boston 260,000, Galveston _
(Utter or nbow,or the of high life faith that.bewill falter in 30,000, and St. Paul 2,500 the'tota1.
porno ; doing to secure the dry good* and general in its own way, but because oudifturbinz'others' saUsfiJHl that the 'old folks' arc not such never ,
Iwish to lie b.JaDd the number,of Catholics- the
by cares ofafectiOD fools after all. devotion :that object He looks with United Stat
assortment trade of worship. They werepioigandisth great
this p -who [
'ple .
And now I bare drawn the sketch of a wife. are will be
yon fearless confidence for.the of all OWUtooJe 2,096,300.7ho
: certain to be largo consumers,of fine articles of the most noisy any\io-- W<| were highly amused, not'long sinceat support .
i tsrcUanrous- ? What are. our factors 'doing 'to: lent kind. ;A few years ago there was a hearing a young hopeful,some twelve patriots,.of "bate'\'c *party, ininis endeavors educational institutions comprise 33 'ecclesiastical -

_._____ brine their sea Islands to our market, the mart Imprisoned for distributing "religi- I ycarsofage, wbom.some person called a to preaerre.'Jhcuniou.oC ,the States seminaries, 45 literary institutions
best this side the Atlantic, of to ous tracts" in front ofaUWtaniia.cliuxh boy,, claim, 'CalI me a boil! where isyour and the supremacy of the laws, which.aro for young men and -102 femalaacademies. .

A Letter from Gen. Pierce sugar culture on the Atlantic encourage oast, in Philadelphia_ The Jcdge charged thata men J Weatso.overbeardtwojuvenile<',not i, the surest guarantees of our happiness The:entire number -ot. cleri-.

or,to reach that just commenced oa the man. bad no right to..disturb the reli- yet 0 jit, of their aprons, offering to bet present and future. ical.students is 513. The Catholic :religions

V*c copy the following touching! I letter,.. Gulf Coast?. Thousands ot hogsheads gious pcaco.and rights of otheF, in propagating that Scott would bo elected, because he institution number 42 for males

from the Pretljftenan? written. by Gen.. will soon l Le made there, only to swell .bis .own sentiments. lu Tuscanya was 'A.bigger man than Gen. Pierce..- Relief of Perchasers of State Lands. and 96 for females. The charitable institution .

Pierce, to a personal friend soon after bis the receipts of NcTj-Orleans, though it man has.the right.to worship God after Anot per little.Jad, who vas sweating amount to.10S.

retirement from the United States Senate may afterwards find its way to us, by: a, the fashion! his own heart, but bo ,has away''at the stove, trying to light the Apprehending ,that the expected trou- JI .

some years since, in reply' to a letter of long and dangerous passage around the no right to be a propagandist and go a- stum of an old cigar, on being advised blos.with the: Seminole Indians might DEPOSITION_ FROM .inz EPISCOPAL

condolence on the death of a beautiful Keys. From many: points on the St. bout.disturbing the worship others. If tole.I ye off that filthy liatitjrcpliedwith drive settlers on the frontier, who have MENISTRT."The Rt Rev: Dr. Wainwright -

and manly boy, his cherished son. A John's where our steamboats now go, to the President should succeed in gettingthis thewon u most gravity,.that!'jt was very hard purchased lands from theState, but who pronounced sentence of deposition:

later, and stiliUaorc melancholy bereavement etc of:the best Jjarbors ot the Gulf the fanatical family to this country, and : to"leave of smoking,,;as he.bad may not have as yet completed their payments on Monday afternoon, in Trinity Cburth,. _
;, gives it aa additional interest .that it should follow the business the snm xl. ever since he little the Rev. Norman C. .
distance is )less than a bundled miles, and same in boy'St from their homes, and thus cause upon Stoogbton, a
all will appreciate. Gen Pierce rites yet the trade not only of that portion of same manner here,.that it did Tuscany, Aim+' daily, we may sec little three-foot- them for some time to come to lose the clergyman in Greene county,who has cm-;

as a Christian should write, yet an one," the Golf, but also of that of the interior, it would be imprisoned here, or forced to ers, with lighted .projections in their benefit of their laud, Mr. Jenkins of braced Romanism ,Thet.entenee. was

wbo, under the sorrowful cirpuf>ances : much nearer to us, finds no-outlet to the give bail to keep the peace. But the Ma. mou.1bs,. swaggering alOng. ,.puffing J and Ilernando introduced a bill, which nowa attested by Rev. Dw-'Hawks,Higbedand'

of the case, must also "(ccl it like n..1 Atlantic. We venture the assertion that diai family will not conic here. The spttng after the most*apj.roved rowdy law, -"for Jhe relief of persons who Haight, th'Rev. Professor,Mahan, 'and"

man." there Me wholesale grocery merchants in Grand Duke will only laugh at the folly etylcj. A glance at the uurt.elloua .dements have.bought land from the State in certain the Rev. ..Crocs,"Frost and,Duffie.New .

CGHcOIl.D, New Hampshire, No%30. Charleston, who sell hundreds of boxesof and impertinence of such Jin,interference. velobibi and precocious intellects cx- cases/' by the provisions of whichall York Tn..

Jtfy Dear Friend:-You have been Florida Starch which comes to Charleston by the young Aliases of this ef- purchasers, who may be broken up by 5S

Qften in my thoughts since I received by the way of New-York. This one Nonpaying Subscribers.We fein ate Generation, must be deferred the Indians, are exempted from paying A MAO HORSE.-A bone, af.w. day

your affectionate l letter of the 10th inst. I little Article from Florida, if wo had the i' tint!' anotber.dar.. their notes until such'time as the state of. since, was bitten-by a rabid dog, i in SL

It was one of the earliest of the kind wisdom, by, our mercantile connections, find the followingrgentk reproof ., the frontier_will,authorize their-return Louis countyMobile, upon the ,lips 'of.:

from any personal friends; 6ootLiaand to encourage its production, would soon and fraternal advice in the last numberof A ?O.N STAPLE SLIGhTLY IrSTAK& to their homes. This is a just law, -demanded the upper and lower jaw. .For some time-
;; teful to me at the time. And it has become a large item in our direct trade -A by the circumstances of the case, very little notice was taken of it,but when
smart; constable in the
been pleasant since, to think of you as with that State. The rpot which produces the Atlanta Republican, addressed to of r tsburg, which lies at the smart village of as well as the good faith of the :State the horse began>to.show,symptoms_of the

among th'jsc who have truly sympathized it, grow. f onuneou5 all over the a class of sucscribcrs well known to Southern .- theYO titters that form.the Ohio junction daresay which sold these lands under an implied' disease-he was put in a .Urge l tjwb'ero.

jjjth m in this dark hour of overpowering Soutli Floridav" The inhabitants lave .editors: :hat of readers ,we have prom to protect the purchasers in their he remained for several days.before be
i i to tlfe Ihin 'swl to some our may and cultivation. Floridian.ATROCIOCS died and lathe meantime the
ct remove
_a only gather hioeOur last, w!' have,received the heart 1 of it as a place where they have enjoyment paroxysm*
Under $trawment thii, how trifling the roots by the cart load. Tbe.mauune- names of several of our subscribers who Uiofb, coal than capacity. Well smart of madness were terrible: Hetore :off
.0, bow very trifling do most of ry manufacturing it, can be made in : refuse their at the Post Office,have com table there, arrested U..s.,Senator, MUBDKU AT: ST. Lous. on the'' fence and trough, the whole-

the cares, and purposes, and plan of this a day by any laborer, who kpows the use rauaway, or paper who tuy they never subscri the Dthcr day, that happened to be Gray The St. J uis.,Union.gives an account ota tide'of: his face "Li! bad rcceived the;

world appear! We can..J aVdly realize of the axe, the hammer and the f-unch,- bed. A* for those who ran away, we can ing in those diggings, thinking a description most cold-blooded and atrocious murder wound,and tore and bit off.the flesh from* -
how) it is, that our' hearts bite been so Thus provided with the roots and the machinery i' freely forgive then, for they, no doubt, ofsuth an out of the way place might recently committed in that city. On his"-bones in every part:of.hi* body that '

engrossed in little matters of the day.- the manufacture of the starch is need all they have. But fur those who be : .cunwity when narrating his travels.- Monday evening, 8th inst., about 10 could.be reached.. .He died'.in-boroLIfl!. ; y

We open our eyes, as it were, from. a simple and rapid. A late description meanly attempt to get out by lca\'ing their Tin smart totisUblq took theadrcnturousSerator o'clock, a )Ir. Henry Clemens, beard a agonies. ,_ --

dream, upon the realities that are around* thereof by the Scientific African mayS papers in the office, and having us troubled before Akfcrmaa Lewis, and knock at his front door, and upon opening _. _- -

and before us. W.e: fye "pa!sing away" \ us here. "The roots, carried by the ,wjth a notice from the Post Master, charged him with being drank. ,Thealder- it, he discerned i a man by the name.of B@.The Cincinnati:Tinut:state* that .

written upon all thicg of "thw world.Vefefl .- mules to the mill situated:upo&tbe edge no excuse can be ghcn. And those who uian, aft or a profound in."cstigatioDade Wm. I'lcK any standing there with a : recently two experienced gamesters tested

\ that we r.cjjicre sojourner, probationers of.somconc of the numerous streams run. take the paper for six or ten months regularly a ofound discovery, whkh,was.that the musket in his hand Suspecting some their skill with each other, .and,:after

here and seem to estimate, withan ning from the glades to the .sea,. are and then hau the hard f cOOncssto Senator was sober and the constable thing wrong, he attempted to wrest .the playing all night, one rose from the taHo

approximation to truth, the great in? thrown int a large cjtjindcr, the circmui have us notified that they never subscribed drank.! In vain the 1iIurt constable protested weapon from his grasp; but before it couldbe loser $14,000. The next evening they .

tcrcsU of eternity, as compared: with ference of which is formed of bars of and do not intend to pay-these that be saw the Senator spinning done, the latter pulled the trigger and went at it againand momingone of .

those of time. I do earnestly desire to wood, and separated from each other a few we say arc too mean to be trusted upon round in a way no sober min ought to do, gave him a mortal wound, and he expired the two was loser during the pight"Mr- .

Ijeep awake to these matters; not to fall inches. The cylinder revolves. acd a their oaths or otherwise.If ftujl more than that : whirling houses and in a few hours. The noise made by the 'J..i> thousand';ddllanl He gavea, t,' '-

into the rpcll, where, as it were from necessity stream of water constantly flows upon the all this delectable ret of scoundrelswere strjects with.him. Th alderman.Jismis- firing brought several persons to the spot, check for we look through a false 'medium roots they are thus thoroughly cleansed, where they found the murderer lying on -I,_.
; in reach, and worth the trouble, we Sc, him Tom the farce; the smart constaLI .
which places eternity so far off, and gives and their surface coming in contact with would show them.what jail means; but retired with a sigh, muttering, that if the ground dreadfully beaten.. It was The Calorie Engine-Capt ,riesso&<

V) the things of time such vast roagnitfjde the rough edge of the transverse bars, the as we have-supported them long enough PnUburg was to be thus governed, it supposed.that he had slipped and fallen. exhibited a smaU..engiueon.the caloric In

disproportionate importance. roots are peeled and ready for.the grinder. free ofcbarge we will permit them to w uld ever remain unknown to fame and lIe was examined in the morning, and it taineipk'..in.;the,London World'*Jare V .

remember well the conversation on This machine reduces them to a. pulp sneak without further notice.. u smiled on by fortune.A was ascertained that his skull was broken but as no fires.were &llow d. ia th.,building

our ride to.the'G., to which I suppose which is passed; through tat of, fro-h FAIR away NOTICE.-In.future, all such puppies in three places, and he has since died in ,'it ,bould not be woUd.aoo..h. .

you refer. The convictions of.wj. judgment water, thoroughly cleansed from all will find their names published in consequence. excited.but little attention, and was.altogether I
hare long been strong aaj decided, .impurities. The mass is now a milky in a.black list. If GOOD TOAST.-Tbc following was .e. passed over'in the award of medal .
[ 'white must glaring capitals we the toasts drunk at the A PACIFIC EJJTERPRIZZ. The *. Ii- occuP.ied.abou', the :
iUthe) ( ,little! influence they have lad rese lingeurdand be spread have more such God-forsaken scoundrels ai ipiig recently Kingof space of.a. (
,, upon my life, is a sad illustration of the upon frames with cotton-duck bottoms, to any list advise them to celebration of Franklin' birthday at Cin- the Sandwich* Islands ,has given to aMr. common center table.
on our we pay
great truth, "With tb.o. heart' man bc- the thickness of three inches, and exposedto a&d have en- ci mat! : Benson, of New York; the right to ..
quit immediately; as we
the This is up construct a marine Railway at Honolulu zeMary Greenfield, th* colored woman
Ijeveth unto righteousness. 1Sun. drying process quite i
do without .1 Old heir
ough of.honest insa to us Tkr P"'lIlt'T.--.ltlllified by '
Our dear boy was il)|three week, an wit
tr may they ever present a cat, he is to build'tR.twO and enjoy the whose concert* in some the northern and t
tie last four d ys.cf his life was a period (save raking the pulp and ail when the sLick and years
q t.; much suffering. In the midstof,.our breaking ibe mass into small grains) in ze' A French I relates an amusing their they put:down rest the finalizlI)0snI : exclusive right of it for twenty. It. is intended western.State, last year, attracted atten- I '
paper r4le /urllu
may upon that the work shall be of the first tion, is now in Europe and at last
Jeep sorrow, I find inexpressible relief in the manufacture. It is then boxed and incident that lately happened to a celebrated corrected and accounts -
the thought thai"4.js jycil with the chid." ready for.market. The whole process of artist, who is extremely neglectful wIlt mad. stone, ,ready properly for the impression, class, and sufficiently large to take ,up, was about to give a:concert at Vienna

He said much,to.U6e his own expression, digging, peeling, washing, grinding, and of his toilet. Leaving his study one of the great vp Maker. with ease, ships of 800 tons, in ballast; I .

qf "the blessed-Jesus," especially on theSabbath. drying, may be gone through. with be- day, and walking along the street rather :; M or ordinary,sized vessels withoutdischarg .a Mra-H. B. Ir received-V last
The and Stpwe
And now his inde t impres- tw ensuDjnd eun. absently,'hjc beard a call from a female ing ii-Io'lerJwlJ. smithery ,
: AN INHUMAN P.\RENT.-As officer will also bb week from her'publishers, Iessrs; Je-
dons end cbildifn.fancies arc exchanged With such facilities for; the manufacture voice behind him. foundry department oaalarga '
for full knowledge and never-ending frui of this article, Florida could supply "Here said a lady, beckon- Graham, (C'th 8iith.w ,*.\' patrolling scale. This will be a great convenienceto 'wett & Co., of Bostony.the sum of. 10000 ,-
it my man, .bis beat, at two o'clock this morning our whalers and other vessels calling this being ber second>payment as .
tion. He is, u we firmly believe,. to Charleston quantities sufficient to him "can a bundle a
ing you carry Unch Tom'tCalin
4 copy-right
in Twen- on
for tbe whole interior and even he found two children sitting at the Sandwich Island, and secure a making "I
IVherr blicht fsll forexport.And little ( ?
DO way ernie h-gixth[ street near to the Sixth avenue. the bu ldcr, 1 upwards of $20,000 rcccind.17'her in
C*n lUc_beiutiful rue, ( jfa )" i this is but one of the productswhereby The artist looked at the lady for a moment great,fortune to ., nine months.

He was A{ bright afiectionatc, manly she is hereafter to well our saw that-she \pw very handsome, The They officer were remOte almost m'bhcd-witbLeeold.them to the station, HOMICIDE IN ARK.11" % &\.-She Memphis .1 -- ,
boy-tbetjride and joy of his father a commerce. We have only to reach out and instead :cxplrining as he was aboutto Jlock U.oll'.A bill Was i
where attended to. 5th reported s
duly audhquhu.oCithe. I
house : were Kagle ,
heart-tbV light and life of our home. our arms on every side to become the city do,'that he was a gentleman, h, .said, the: New :York Assembly Albany last I
unfortunate children told their tale cords thattranspircdatDesAre _
The an affray ,
of And "
We feel and must long continue to cur anticipation our longings. 1 Madam and followed her -
now week in relation .
to mock auctions which
11. follows :-Their mother is dead and week which resulted in the ;
But if fold them have heretofore ou ,
f his losa '*We conscious of his we as we mba shop.
feel are is to be stringent and if will'
they.resided with their father in Sixth death of a notorious desperado named very paased
done-if Northern ,
a.Dscnce at 'turn. -We but. we permit enterpriseand Tee. bundle was large.au.J heavy; but be the
every weep of
; means ,c198 DgUpJaese
Broulay in a bou Dixon under indictment, for rascally
o who was
a renuc, ncar> ( > unknown ,
Northern fromeveryopeniugmrrketrif
tjje'c: v p of *orA J' not-unminglca .with merchants to push us he UAed'!it. with .some 'effort upon his to them. The father get/drunk murder, but who bad!'baffled arrest by secre&jg swindling .inrtb* city.of.New .York.
rcb .ti we despise or shoulder and iollowcd after the who
e-onso < lady, '
a neglect the,small beginnings, we mightas slightly raising her dress, went fast on daily, and when so, beatsoind tunis them himself in.the cane brakes.' Itappears zTypboid'feyeria said to bo prevailing
he did this occasion. His that Dr. A. R. Wilson citizen
I hue many things to'say to you whenwe well at once pull down the flag and before him, showing a handsome pair .of out,.as upon. ; a to'an alarming extent at Littletown -
but the the character of
name is Daniel edJy, police of DCS Arc, knowing I '
stricken dismantle the. ahip,. her feet She mounted last Pa. In deaths-'bave
meet Till then,you;. friend. handles to at discover his of abode. The raili one family four occurred
fiksI to place Dixon badcxrt.ssed a rTrccepjn-
house with ,the I and from- to 50; '
PIERCE.To the second of
FRANK to ,
story a cases are reported -
.' II children-arc in the alms House.-iV. 1'Herald. I ion"of, this in ii G,*iYho,upon hearing
closa her heels and to be under the of
porter at .beganto care fine physi- _
CATHARINE HATM.-The evening of ing the same, assaulted the doctor,beating '
to find the '
which the left San in Jierpqcket money him most brutally. .,:Dr.Wilson the same can. V.
NOT VZ BAR-Tb?Detroit Tribune thday>Aon .lte ; to pay him.. As/she, did so, the artist .uzTbep11iversaW- V
.tells of a gentleman who Vas sitting at Francisco, Miss Catharine'Hayes- was to looked well at her face,'and' found it to of the birth day{ day.procured.a gun and shot Dixon killing IQlr. !Iea her is shortlyto'give.*' .
give a concert fot the benefit of the Sire.man'LLh&ritab1&Belief him instipUy. The case was examined lecture in New.York in aid tof the fund of
the table of a,rcry excellent lady who bad Fund.' A be one of the most peculiar i in its style Franklin was celebrated by the printer's before magistrate when ,Dr. Wilson the i
tewed the table. He took premium well of the finest andoaifiohfrre! department -
pears op upone and beauty, as as one Vnion at Buffalo i in a splendid and ebliorate _
for discharged. v .
500 the :was ,
of ,wa paid chpiceBeat. '
of theiDd, clapping it in his moutb, he bad ever seen" j the -----V.
of Ibe '8 "of-Erin-in n r.lnpng. wits .11
: at the steam to it ut.aDd leave The concert wan "Pardon he said the offered I JDa ;
' pulled get as I '
the triennial
San Francisco have created great:.exdtshjenJr the following :- 1 According to assessment :.l ISTbelriah iifitry:companie*..in. f.
the intbiimouth-but it him "I not It ,
was no go. ; am a porter. am : -
pear money in the
,just completed, taer* .are : New York bave farmed :
After twitchijjg at it two or.three times A,t her first concert the enthusiasm atpiitistand; instead of money, will ask t "T3i
I 1* gave up:.IJN dispairj;' and dropping. 'it ran so it high i said\that,were, bat,thrown and .cbunckof the a-favor of you-Io allow mo to make a \rill the lightening i. [oraopk the"heavens'. toce9me inhabitants State Pennsylvania; tbc. counties of.. Forest and Thoa..jt; ), Meagher-_, -- as I _.Colonel.. V .. V
the gold, upon ) The the messentcr oKpan. V
upon hhpl4TemsrkiIth1t stem diamond : C0py?of.:yourrface.lt package .was Montour:ex cp d".IZOJ returns;being,Deceived -1': i Tie.flnUghtcned.cijizejJ: .iwho ate -
wa put in tijbt examination, however clage$7.Shoreceivod,'and even ring worty' heavy.and$ :,compliment .yon paid my .1 Mr.Le ien'.ofibiBuffido Commercial from them. e.If"we allow 14,000) hk dinner. .with'JbVfovkrvofift riverts S'
he fouof ihe pcvrifiiqsle nothing asa, present, dress not verygratifying, but I- shall be sentiment these.two and fix toN Jlimpahire to
riding-hat, .made of Tel-. i fibred aLio.ihe folljwing ; inhabitants to counties gone spin,ft moontain -
norenorlesa.ana'mmue -.which bad a splendid green well paid i(1Tean send 'a' J of, ; '. -
copy. yonj '
.4-Mav ,taxablcs
1 to -
; always the copulation top*
( of they
ret embroidered njtb shamrock. gold, : !rryitcrt Tr7F : V '
.*poTtu; 4l7g1 divd13,thl pre-. .witi.a ojden Juurp. She apeari -,: beantY toihe nextexhibiUdn'oflh&Ajcadaj !tare plenty of iwaiw'*:for the heads of ail to 6},'the,population jofJ noaylpniaatOhe .' V
and cLuped '
aerrejarf _' .", lima.irould be 2,797 .' .i..IttnC4eJ1Cusbin' j is lying q uite i; ..
litlkotitft&llhrtKk present ,
> to}bave'made a decided Jiit .!in the I heir ;
| And; thus sge.aatist anaQjbhfotjgn4pfono ; ill of scarleti..fewer.at Newbufjport lastQuTbe -
to.d _
cAozcra.coThousan.1id1nLd '. : The boald faced jcampt each 731. : ,
/ gold region; ..+ :the moat exqusito :pic- 4Alinaiktt .fI ;
.'. ... toUl.r f :;" 't 1". Jt... .'
and i fiftypersons died In oan .. -- lore*.which bis'pencil has_put upon -i can- f_ ';I6r"OiDcinqtieditor being.uked : < V : -
'da (Jubt Jn October l ovembcr and 5,..1The inventor or-th Xlplaric Engine f' Sir Iso telegraph l betwwaPnetU and
tiago ; ,u& : 11 au'MiaIVirgUi&j I*' Smith! ; tho poei- "what is the. news ? replied:. ,
December of rbolera I oat at population -r Capt. Ericsson- -5*.*about ,to a week five Pcrote and between .
thirty cents PproteJand'Jalaj
ft ; number Indians in Califorpi si was married JJmphis Tenn4nh12thu1. my news at a .or :
1 1iy. The .
in ezst9ryofllC Bft. .
New .
.of3OO0Oto3OQa oJCcfal. atatcmeots..', .uL.", this, is from n' York *, } is.estimated! atabow$9Q,00O.$ ; < ,... t cnta a eopl-don'J bother. JJexico I ; ia.c completed. ".,. .:. V

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Commumcato.JACKSOXYILU the safety and: property jjof the State dmands. of fee J2 a dl itthat at the.jJin this Jcl Mck J j. ted to take it from-her but
** during the
", ':: "*, "* "r... cider lrin9 f t HI-F'-.t t I scuffle
A '- % C"\ -<&' s < ,It1II, (t o, iiIIo maoa'regIment it was accidentally discharged the
f r K 4 A meet g'ofi Btoctodew of the
The committee farther they,are I contents of
say, one barrel
Jan. 23d 1853.MsrExnTOirrtA. or volunteers;) Ze9idltraa. effect i in her
bound to believe that the United States a Jacksonville and\AUigator. Plank RoacJCaBpsByjs head, causing almost instant death.
< .'gentleman from,Flor- are b/oxrad tocompletewbat in 1835-they D 1T Lx a4d fending to organize two new 't'tJ rMnu tted nji il however MT not believed This
oE r :+R' ,! da, on a trip $o Charleston; ,.took the res-- so unsuccessfully began, and which for a. and to repeal the oU fittfThrboW the 19th insl, and ,we understand thMoet'hotdcrs'in e. tbatforiBcarly> : 'tmryeawpartrif!: laa-

poncb jjOf t fmpeacWng the character of period'figbtecri years tils i allowed within 1.P etatemcrfl lain direct contradiction. to Uio [ ChJuJcston'and: Savannah ger, he,.has ,repeatedly beaten her in the *

a student of the South Carolina the borders of'a sovereign State bandof facts iathe case. There. flue no"0lcgVlation ;>I L'elias J, most.vO..tu.Ju{ >.lUle into X it dand
persons hostile to her inhabitants, their tbosc"of Columbia county, Win I has often been' heard t-sa thathrwoifcl i-
cholera in the pending organize two regiments, :
College, for reporting city security and property.' '" atteud-Jf. .tho.bollancc of.jtho,stock, ne take her life. The accused was
of Charleston. And in reply, to,his publication The committee some doubt.as nor to repeal the old bill, when the order committed folly
express .. c ssary .psecure.the construction of th to'AWII: the rcsnll of the car;
which li1i1idodbted(1( nnverita- to the best mode to pursue to:effects the ri, s.scat to Gen Hopkins to riM.f f eoriier'a inquest

ble, l1 e Said;/'tL t from '"diligent'inquiryin end al removal sought,-of the the speedy Indians and from.oncondition the State.:. J CKS O*\tI-L I, E : tt'gim t., 'ThepJdluUjUncfe issued"tfie?theautnoK order : roar;Ja lbcetr.c _twined.W.-Smut by our, tha..worwill agent inSavannaly4ir.3i ,. : 11 r 1. I(rvur

learned that of which the Governor
the of Charleston/htf ity
city Experience )has demonstrated that they ; undoubtedly be accomplished. t well known inJ. CtM""o-

there has never.beeo' a single case of'cho enjoy immunities. over Ihe'white man Satuilay, February SI ISM.,_ to Gen. Hopkins,i bad ,been ,repealed While we1 feel, truly: .gratificd'at the, mer fellow-tdw;:M Ju t, L.rn Y bj p shad -

lera in, the city.' II anf truly 1 .sorry that in their endurance of fatigue, and that by the General Assembly, several! days compliment )

this gentleman'was'so wrongly: ; informed, they' are susceptible of the influences moral of the India s.' before.,, The.'sbtcmenf' that the bill. to prospect,of the success; of,this first step; of San Francisco paidhyn whic'hw by jWJJrand'Jnrjf

which ,break down repose by/ quick'roar.thes towards, opening/L' communication 'be_ !.. ,, !r.fccl pleasure
him inflict uncalled near .
caused to two
font baa an; organize reagiments was pending,, < in "" ;
character and night;attacks, on their campinggrounds.Tha The nuUtt'a7tdiff rs in opi nion witliurcorre ten tho) St.,Johns and the_ interior? o copying uiew =- .: ... .4 _1
of the innocent
C1'Athe had >
for stigma, is equally inacurate. The tico,kills
; whenever these courses ndeut "B. L B.," bole plan : the.State, we by,no means abandon our ReROlrttl, Thatrtlie''1rarm' slid.professional
:who could, if required,- professional have been pursued, by a military force, passed the General Assembly,' almost ', interestninhifested ij- ;
of rid of the Indians published hopes of' Railroad exioD with the Uf.tiretirytII.
a eon
gettin we
authority prove his.statements-, they have' been invariable followed by unanimously, before the Governor sent, Byrne.in i : Ibetlcaarg9: :eftisdatiw,
last wcel Our enters his Gulf. That connection must and:will"bsformed
false. I will insert, if permitted! ,= two success' ; cotemporary' the new,commission to Gen. 1Io kips:' iw District AUomy caoMt h*too-highly:

' small paragraphs' from the Southern.Patriof The committee also ',suggest that the dissent' aj follows : He afterward vetoed both'bills, and,they as soon,as the works: ,now m progress commended,, 'and the-'IGtaJid-la'1 take:
t: n S.C.in troops be accompanied by surveyorsso thateacb'day's "A co cspondent of the JVeiM urges'a at our bar shall have,demonstrated pleasure in noticing his'effkientvervfceResolved *:/
r published in GrccnT justification' then both became the constitutional
march 'Would thus place in 'have ,'heard before laws by That
1 plan of removal which we the,thanks oCthcGrand
that the to harbor is .
tx : of the ch argel which read as possession of the Government a knowledge suggested, viz : that of rewards for majority. But suppose the Republican access, our at least as Jury be tendered,Mr. Iijrne:: Sot the,many

-$ follows l : of the territory, and subject to such'laws killed and captured warriors 'and captured had stated the truth, when it'''said, good as those of Charleston( or SavannahRevolution courtesies estcnd
; "CBo .mA.' -The. official, report of of"entry as exist elsewhere; and that .women and children. ,The experience the bill to repeal the old law had been pending 11 for the, assistance,rendered, then in 5 his
deaths in Charleston from Dccember26tli such operations would more than ever of the writer may afford him goojl groundfor capacity as legal adviser to this_ body
in the at the time the in Mexico. "
convince the Indians that the Govern- Assembly, : }
to January 1st, are twenty-five. urging thia policy, but> even at the Kexolced, That, we: owe much 9rour"m1CCC3
ment are in earnest in their removal. andas Governor issued a commission under it to in
risk of being considered too humane forwarding..tiie "business
"Cn LElU: IN CIfARf.El'ON'The Unhappy Mexico is the of Revolutions public
That at this late period of delay and faithlessness somewhat with "Northern"' Gen. will forward country to tho exertions of
cholera is reported to be in Charleston: assimilating Hopkins, any one come CGirRyan'the: efficient>i
on the part of the Seminoles, the sympathisers we doubt the propriety of I One has just occurred, bu. Deputgr Sheriff and the Grand adopts
but not as epedemic. It is confied entirely and attempt to justify the :Executive: in a Jury
to negroca! ,and white persons who I committee would urge prompt and decisive the course. No more effeetua method course so utterly indefensible and sodes-, how it will end is difficult to say. Santa! this means to testify! their appreciation

have indulged in eating oysters. The oysters measures to be pursued to, rid the could be adopted to remove th< Indians Anna will probably soon arrive/and. once of his rateable servlccs. .. *: ,
are said to be unwholesome, in consequence country of a struggle too long waged, and than the equipment and ctnplo, nient of creditable to the character of the State i t more take the reins. Resolved, That the thanks brti! 'Grand'Jury : < !'

of the fresh water which covers to give to a sovereign State that peace volunteers in regular warfare, who, fully But the case was much worse. A bill to arc dud our worthy'foreman and secretary
The facts of the the New Or.
them. There have ,been twc ty-five and quietude which for many years she authorized and in regular pay, would do repeal the law of'ul was: actually passed case,says ; for the able wanner in which they

deaths reported; for the last week, of cholera has sought in vain. To attain this object the work speedily and well. The re- ,by the Generalssemb.Jy,and,sent, 'to the loans Picayune, are simply these : The have1 discharged the duties'of;beir respective

in Charleston, and perlr! ps twenty- tho committee recommend the passage of ward" system would provoke retaliations Governor for that federal troops before Guadalajara were offices- :*- .

seven the week preceding. Still there is the amendment which they have insertedin on our own people, tenfold worse than is approval. Finding routed by Gen. 'Wings, President Arista E. W.'GK.UfAPorcm1n' : .

not the slightest apprehension on the part the Indian appropriation bill. ordinarily: displayed by the savage race." tin new bill deprived him of the porrer toappoint resigned Congress elected CcballosPresident San Francisco, 30th Nova 1852-
The Senate then,on motion of Mr.Mallory the General he resol ,.
the citizens. No case of cholera hat been Our neighbor "doubts the propriety"of ,
: took up the bill repealing existing / ad interim, and, he cent at once a .. I ..
in their ved both and for himself :
seen where persons were prudent offering rewards for the killing to veto : set up ,
laws "concerning duties on Span- cap- communication to the victorious General Proceedings of Town Council
tonnage *
diet and neat in their mode of
living. Governor and all lIe
of Indians but he does as Legislature, .
ish vessels, and he addressed the Senate turing not enlighten and the contents of which ha\"cMt trans.-
When a man approaches truth let him in favor of its passage. He had conclu- us as to what the "impropriety" consists put the bills in his "breeches pocket," COCJCCIL, Cu.\)rnEx, :> ,

approach it as a Sir Isaac Newton, from ded when the Senate proceeded to the in. Is there "impropriety" and detained the Assembly nearly a week p red Jan. 21, 1853, j'

high and pure motives, but not approach consideration of the executive business.At in any more six hun- longer in session than was resolved upon, The Trait
falsehood disguised as truth to elevate fifteen minutes to four o'clock the givingolunteers" or eight in order to get time to mature his plansfor lishes President Arista's letter of resignation c. M. Cooper, Inteixkatj Prate m4-

himself in the estimation of "distant com doors were opened, and the Senate ad dred dollars a head for killing or capturing the "covp de etat" which he fancied to,the Minister of Foreign; Relations, Messrs S. Buffington Hut! ,Is,A.Canova. ;, ,
journed. Indian!, than to give the same "-rolunteers" and also his:lettcj his
munities.' A STUDENT. : ho explaining reasons J. E. Townsend, Couucilmeu. -
would carry out with the success of
III eight dollars month for attempting for which addressed. the
another Xl resigning, was to Minutes of last meeting: read and
oleon. But the Assemblywas
the same thing ? The real question -
Minister of Justice. Among his reasonsis
Tribute of RespectAIACHUA Congressional. if, which will be cheapest in the end for refractory-they refused obedience to
one that tho had determinedto '
populace '
Report of ,
WASHINGTON Jan. 22. most "humane" towards his usurped authority, and as his Generalwas
LODGE No. 20 thegovernmett- place him in absolute and he .
power, Committee ou erection of Powder Magazine
not to them he fail-
Gtb A. L. 4853. } SENATE. the savages, and "pay" best to the "vol present disperse ,
January dreaded the the and
t' consequences to city asked for farther time to consider
; ed in his bold Whetherthe
The members of this Lodge have heard Petitions, were presented by Messrs. untccrs"-to gue eight hundred dollars undertaking. country, of such a movement. amendments to their 'which
report, was on
Seward and others. extraordinary course of the Governoris
Cooper for the Indians dollars
with of the death of brother apiece or eight a
deep our >
regret ,
motion Councilman Butt
Mr. Hunter's bill to amend tho ware- truly accounted fur by the Floridian, by *, granted.
month for them in
hunting "regular warfare
: WM. R. EDWARDS, who was former set down for Committee Patrol Laws also askedfor
housing system was Mondaynext. The Brunswick Scheme.A on
when it intimates mental aberration .
, we
and ? But the ,
ly a member of Hiran Lodge, No. -, catching none reason further timo to their ,
, complete report,
decide but it is
of Jefferson, and who had also become a Mr. Fish introduced a bill to authorize given by our warlike coterapprary in cannot certainly the most recent effort has been made in New which on motion Councilman Towns-

: member of Alachua Lodge, No. 26. banking the District of Columbia. The his last !sentence, for opposing the "impro.priety" charitable construction that could be put York by the "Brunswick Company: ," to end by .
was granted.
bill the free his conduct.
r In his decease we feel that we have lost Gwin introduced banking a bill regulating system.Mr. of tic reward system, is sagacious upon raise the wind by a sale of Bond 1 but the Street Committee, to whom was referred?
and cbarac' ristic. He thinks that if 11'
a worthy brother, and experienced a great the United States Mint and protectingthe effort was a dead failure. petition of Messrs.! Mooney & Gookia,

loss to the fraternity. coinage from debasement. I "rewards" offered for the Indians: ,they The Pilot law. According to the N. Y. Post, no sales praying the opening of a street in vicinity

Brother EDWARDS has been a memberof Homestead bill was postponed to Thurs- : will retaliate "tenfold worse" on our own of the bonds could be mad It says : of their
g.* day the 3d February.Mr. people! -in other words!!, if we offer rewards After waking from a. nap of two or Foundry, presented a reportwhich
our Lodge about 12 months, and in "A new stock was introducud at the recommends the
Sumner presented the memorial of beads will offer "tenfold" three weeks duration, our cotcmparary re- board this report openingI
or THEIR they morning, denominated the Tity
his connection therewith true
was ever a
:4' citizens of Boston the establishment I a street thirty feet in width the
praying on
cusitates the dead of
the defunct
Brunswick .
sf much for ours but if we only body Company. It is a land
and zeatons member; steadfastly supporting of a uniform rate of two cents as ns / pay : east side of and the of
; Foundry, opening
volunteers eight dollars a month for hun- Pilot Law, and in the exercise of that peculiar Company, situated on Brunswick! harbor: ,
Order and in all of his actions ocean on letters.
our postage Geo., and is organized under charter, ob- a lane twenty feet in width on the westside
carried out the principles which governsthe The chair presented a report from the ting them, why, then they will only retal- faculty, which characterizes his ed- tained from the Legislature of the Stateof of Turpentine;
Secretary of the Treasury respecting the iate in proportion! itcrial eflorts, invclopcs the whole subjectin ." Distillery. ReportSbeing
conduct of all true Masons. Georgia. No sales were effected in it. received it motion
classification of clerks. mist was: on by Councilman -
which the
an inpcnetrable
All who knew tho deceased respectedand The joint resolutions of Mr. Cass, reaffirming "We feel no disposition at all to quarrel sharpest The Savannah HepuLlica*, which has Buffington, adopted.

esteemed him for his qualifications the policy of the Monroe doctrine with our white neighbor because we may: optics cannot see through. This faculty no love for the Brunswick project, remarks Select Committee whom referred
in to was
and virtues, which adorned lib character were again taken up. differ with him about the lest mode of was possessed an cninent degreeby on the above intcligcncc :
Mr. Seward followed in favor of the the late Lord Costkrcagh, when he petition of Charles Byrne, praying ,the-
His manner was pleasing, and his friend dealing with our red neighbors ; but we "We may have a work to say upon this
Monroe doctrine being practically enforced was the leader of his in the British abatement of naisiaie, asked for further
would ask him new developement to-morrow.
husband and fatherwas to civil
ship sincere and as a answer us one i
i when violated, but oppossed!! to the resolutions House of Commons. He could involvethe time to consider the zr.ame--wllich wcrautcd. .
affectionate and kind: upon the subject. lIe defended question : Where does he imagine Billy II .

'+c.5h Therefore be it Resolved, That in the John Q. Adams from assaults upon,him Bowlegs can raise the funds to retaliate plainest subject in perfect obscurity.No Later from California. -

death of brother W. IL Edwards: we have by Mr. Cass in 1850. "tenfold" upon us, if we should have the body could find the head or tail of his Select Committee on removal, t! Engine

lost a faithful member of our Order, and Mr. Cass replied.Mr. rashness to offer eight hundred dollars for subject. lIe could talk, and talk, and Arrival ef toe Pamprr and Falcon. house ai foot Newcan street presented -

an honest and good citizen. i Mallory followed, agreeing mainly Indian Indian talk, by the hour, and say little or nothing NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 28th. the following report through; their
scalps or prisoners? ,DAMAGE BY FRESHETS &e. San
tender the widow with Mr. Soule.A Chairman
Resolved, That we to to the It : : ..
1 and relatives of the deceased our sincere I debate? ensued in which the propriety If we go to war with Billy, and he don't"retaliato" point. was impossible to answer Francisco Marlrt, ttr.-The steamships "The Committee to whom referred

I condolence with them in their season of of postponing and refering the matter on us, all he can-whether we him, for their was nothing to answer; Fafaon and Patnjjero have arrived at was

afflictions was discussed, in the midst of which the offer rewardsor only eight dollar monthhe his arguments were irrefutable, because this port from pinwall. They bring petition of J. Hemming, J. P. San-
Sin: Francisco dates totbe 1st in t. There derson and others relative to the removal
Resolved, That id testimony of our respect Senate adjourned. there was nothing to refute. This system of ,
Y for the deceased, we wear the usual In the Senate, on Thursday, the Chair ain't the man wo took him to bo, tactics-whether it was natural or design- lad: been a great deal of snow and rain in of the Engine house at foot of Ncwnanr

4 badge of mourning for thirty days. laid before theSenate a report of the Acting and will prove himself much more of a. he interior of California, causing great street respectfully :

;: Revolted, That these proceedings be entered Secretary of the Treasury, respecting the Christian than many whose skins are much ed-gave him great advantages over his loss l of property and much suffering. The That report

: in the Minutes\ of our Lodge; that Assay office in California; also, a. report lighter. opponents. Like Gen. Taylor, he never whole country between Lahania and Sacramento on examination they ascertain

the Secretary be instructed to transmit a of the Secretary of War, showing the expenditures knew when he was whipped ; and like was' inundated, bridges swept that the cost of removal would be more

copy of them to the widow of the deceased fromthe appropriations for the Seriously, we should like to see some Goldsmith's school-maSter- away, and ferries entirely destroyed, expensive than: the state of the Town

and that tho same be.published in the contingent expenses of that department. reason given, why it is no't more humane, and some lives lost. The miners were finances would at present justify. There-
Masonic Miccllany, and Florida papers. The resolution submitted by )Ir. Cass, more economical, and more certain of suc- vanquished, ho could argue itiJI suffering dreadfully from the high rates of fore they are of the opinion that the-
SAMUEL RUSSELL, on Tuesday last, in relation to the Clay- An opponent gifted after this fashion is pro\'i ions. In Yuba, the snow wes ten
the reward
cess, to try system, which has of should be
JAMES G. DELL, ton-Bulwer treaty, was taken up, and de- always formidable,and we have often been feet deep and was still falling. Flour prayer petitioners not granted. -

Jj. M. SCABBOEOOOII.t7. bated at some length by Messrs. Mangum, never failed, than to incur the tremendous "bothered" by the comical way in whichour was worth in Yuba 45 cents per pound; They however would suggest that

W. SCott, Bell, Mason, Hale, and others. expense eta system which has frequentlyfailed neighbor can write all round sub- and Mess Pork 35 cents per pound. The the petitioners may have the liberty of

Secretary. Mr. Gwin moved that it be laid on the and which, in our humble opinion, without a Pampero brings 8500,000 in goldiinst.Awful removing the building at their own ex-

table; which was not agreed to-ayes 9, is doomed to another failure? Fifteen or ject ever touching it, even with III to some suitable site which be-
37. the point of his pen. In the matter of pease may
nays !
twenty companies, consisting of fifty Murder\
Florida Indians }Mangum\ moved that its further or the Pilot Law we doubt very much whether ; approved of by the Town Council. All of
consideration be postponed until the 4th sixty men, each acting under the stimulus ; will A WIFB SHOT BY HER HUSBAND. which is respectfully submitted., _
our Representatives thank
In the Senate of the United States, on of March; which was not agreed to-ayes of high rewards, :and having depots of him for county disinterring it in The New York Evening Mirror of yes- :MARK BUTTS,.

last Mr Sebastian from the 17, nays 29. provisions at convenient points on the although, our terday says : J. E. TOWNSEND
Monday ,
Committee Indian, Affairs to whom The resolution was then agreed to.The Gulf and Atlantic, would root out the In- opinion, the Castlereagh method,by whichhe The most intcse excitement was created S. BUFFINGTON.,
on has treated it on the corner of 3d avenue and 26th streetat
joint resolution the is the best the
reaffirming very case Committee.
dians in three months ,
at a comparatively
was referred the President's message relative Monroe\ ,doctrine was taken up, and post- would admit of. 10 o'clock yesterday morning, in consequence Which
I to the refusal of the Seminoles to poned until Thursday, Feb. 3d. trifling expense. Such an invasion of Our of the inhabitants in that vicinity report being received, was on

emigrate, according to their agreement, ,The Pacific railroad bill was then taken hardy woodsmen and hunters would car- cotemporary Concludes his perspi- hearing the discharge of a pistol, motion, by Councilman Canova, adopted- '
cuous article by putting to us an interrogatory which was almost immediately followed bya Petitions.
made elaborate thereon. up, and debated> until the hour of adjour- ry a panic into Everglades and the
an report
and, as lie is for report that a man had shot his wife
ment. "pausing a reply Councilman Buffington -
which would result petition
IndiatAffairs "Big Cypress, a
The committe a1: history of
gave through tho head and caused instant
answer all possible > of citizens the
surrender before many praying removalof
general of the
one score
in Florida since 1832, and then the House of the death. The rumor was soon ascertainedto
said: Post, Office Department Representatives,and Naval Mail enemy was either killed or captured. But despatch. The question is: bo true. On the pistol being fired, a :Blacksmith shop in Hogan street,

; of land General steamer appropriation bills were ported we fear our fate will be like that of tho "May we ask our cotemporary if he is man named Dolan residing on the south which was referred to street committee.
On the by
acquainted the features ot the dead
Worth, it'was conditioned that his regiment ...the first by Mr. Houston, and the se Trojan prophetess-our prophesies will be 'important bill,'and if he defends them ? west corner of 26th street and 3d avenueit Mitctllaueout.
being the premises where the
of United States troops should be cond by )lr. Phel -from the Committee disregarded 'till after the fulfilment. 'We pause for a reply.' same W. S. Donaldson's bill for ,building
of fire
discharge arms was heard: -rushed
kept in Florida, to serve as a cordon to of Ways and Means, and commit- We / Cemetery fence; Ambler & Uoeg's for
into the
JI answer, lei room of Patrick Fitzgeraldwhose
ted the Committee of the Whole the
the Indians within their limits and to on
keep thus give a little security the advancing, state of the Union' The bill to deL>site "The following i is a copy of the order And now: that. wo have answered the wife, Margaret. to, his horror, ho found merchandise ; and R. W: ;jBiggs* for

.settlements and farmers of the Qteri r. the orthlnst.alment'of the surplus revenue communicated to Gen. Hopkins by Gov. interrogatory propounded to us, will our. prostrated on the floor, weltering in her blacksmithing; wcre-severally' passed. ; '

So far from keeping within the limits ,with the several States, as provided in Brown, authorizing him to raise: the vol- neighbor,permit us to put one to him ?- blood, which was flowing profusely froma Adjournment.On !

"f assigned,them with ample, ranges" for cattle the act of June 23, 1836, was reported unteer regiment, under the'act of the session Are in favor of tho wound immediately,over.tho right eye, motion.:,of .Councilman;Buffington! ,
rivers, abounding with.fish, and the Mr., Stanly from I the 'same' committee, of the Legislature of 1850-51. Jis half you pilots being paid it apparently being a gun shot wound.:', Council then adjourned.

hammock< prarie barren; and the prarie with an adverSe recommendation; and it Jcaovn to our readers that at the time pilotage by vessels which are towed The poor womanafter a few convulsive Attest r F. C. BARRETT

teeming with game, they,sought the settlements was laid on the table. The committee this order was' sent, legislation tea, pen- out over the bar'by> steamers, and whichdo efforts, breathedJher last. Fitzgerald was ,

in 1H49, and commenced anew then'went into Committee of the Wholeon duly to organize ire new regiments andto Dot'requiro their services? 'Do you go standing in the room'in, a state of partial Clerk of Council.

the work of murder and destruction of 'the state of the Union, (Mr. Brown, of repeal the oltl WI, the new bill vetting far.levying _contributions!, for the benefit intoxication, and seemed to be quite unconcerned .

property; :Again were new troops order- Mississippi, in the chair,) wherein the flu appointment of the commander in the of the pilots vessels which as to what was going on in tho ,The Japanese Ready.-An American

,' ed to Florida, and again were the Indians deficiency bill was' taken up, and the'remaining General Assembly. The latter the Governor on are towed room. Mr'Dolan, after'a little reflection, gentlemen just returned from China, was

allowed to remain: ; and now, although adeputation ,amendments' thereto' were con- vetoed, and his reasons are given in out by steamers ? believing that: Fitzgerald had killed his informed by a native Japanese, that the

of,their chiefs were at the seat sidered and disposed of. When the committee tho message we today copyRepublican."' "We pause for a reply.:' wife, arrested' and took him to 18th Ward Emperor of Japan is ready and;jWaJting-

of Gomernment last session, and entered rose, the bill was reported back,to 3d Feb. III station House, where Assistant Captain for the American expidition. '.. \A.:strict
which' thefiI the House 'and the balance> of the riandreau. was on duty. He searched the lookout is maintained all tho coast -
into a written agreement, by day's It is much, mord charitable to suppose THE HOMESTEAD ,BILI -This ; over ,
t and cession was devoted to the removal would be immediate finalthey perfection _oo -
that the '
now refuse, to ,and insist to Use great passage of this bill> in_the House. sentence we have' put,in sure, says the Washington Union, ,which _double barrel pistol; a'si}ver:watch,-,a pair 'of, soldiers are athamj *&d,ready" ,for

'detriment of,go the interest of_Florida, to italic*, in the aboyi? ,paragraph, was_ penned passed the House of Representatives a, of specticles, and some other small artic- action. The gentleman predict* that no-
111 in total ignora .co of ,the proceedingsof of lei: One barrel: of the plstolwas discharged trade will be that
remainwithin her'limit!* The Hon. Sam Houston of Texas 'has majority ,two to one on the 12th
,I\;n:A The committee in thus briefly!adverting been. re-elected to the Senate, of the ,United the,House, of Decgates/.a copy, Capt.
'to a condition,of events as they exist in : ,States for the'term of six years from ,the ciitor' acknowledges to order in the Senate for to-morrow. It is pistol: bad been 'lOaded about two weeks the *> ,i ." ..,.- .

Honda, arenot, a, little surprised at ,has the the'4th of< 'March- next, by a vote.almost have received,fromthe Secretary State, !a measure which, amid considerable diversity ago, during which time-it had lain'ob.the Gen. Pierce invited )Ir.,Meagher to an
tardy policy gotenunent.whIch. interview with him at the Tremontllonse
unanimous. and ought to have lead,-than to indulge mantlepicce near the bed fth ,
sought to remove the Indians under the of views'undoubteiy; > l has,attracted just prc- Boston Tuesday afternoon. ,
the suspicion ,thai be designed to impose and is & ious to the fatal occurenco:he,wfes read ', ,.
"; taU force or a-mutual obligation, and yet -IfiI':' Uo .,Rufus Choato has been ap- \ now. .i&ractinga'lar, ,, share of 'J\
,, ,has allowed them aHtifl 1 'Advantage of defcj poisted Attorney General of the State ofMassachusetts *..on the ignofarec:of.his readers "ft the public attention throughout !the,1-.coon," wife ing a:.took'tho'pistol'ftmthe newspaper, bythe'stove, when abelfatwldch' his A:. religious paper' says:.Watch aa:fortify

and the protraction,"pf anjevent' which. .' .:: *.+.' 3';+: :t,', r' *,;?11-<. u known,to oar rcidtn,". .says** editor. 1ry11, "!"' ":._,e ,, ..d... ';...... .,,.. ". ,. < .-., *,"he'arose from:hb'el: ,,* and, attempt, sending yourselves'poetry to'again SB. editor.t1 the 'temptation.i-"{ of
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. .-: .otiled tbf PfWJl.yltitijie lbl \" Li" LLt- $:SALE. ;f -18:3: : '; ; i --" NEW_ DRUO. _.AWD .F_FANCY*
a..u..riM. U rganite.4atxeatakee. *- f t&-PTVstiSrtIIIbY law' '''L t. '
charter, BMy h._ f j .i-r,
': TWtftr ttff Wit! i d Commis.ieftot Z' :. ; *toral bd reta Ciwrt IIou _5.P'nlYG ATP '''. _I OJ.I',
ti; *giiwotVtoekbel tet ailocti ., '" .lf' 'j the firrt 1 Way ef Hay'1 853, C--r---; aT.u1rw& 'l'ItE .C85C1Ulln-;MW..iar at kU Store,

erf eOrtreolarl Jojerve Jbr&jUxm W,eaeTnr _, 6_ > criW'propUJY/er so. much 7' ..L.OII" .. -
-- : -> he State and Cevaty taxes For the,? held-at JaekwnB*, en Saturdaythe'Wk t 1. r

,_will'day be eVFetrwV.;, f].\&:: X( '.-" 0 =:._- tJ "., ; of I'Y Iad tspeasea seat the:dee White thereon Surphnr, to J A'l1ESytLDE, JR.' D R-U 0 9,'OJ-, US,- Pii1siz

-. S Plh4 JJ% .t 'M;, Jf"A4 .. I IP the &a.aabe1oai1r to UI'a (Latilie1iri-f Co 1' Leegrrtreet AWildi c... 'amr --e.st '.

t' .L..;: :: ) LDILurt: :' tl":1 '':. : ..eaUte ef Joseph. E. Reed, (de ,. Bate Taylor .till cootiaae t* hold ThTC7D2Efz
:, (,&Es.Brr1 I oat atih oI 1l1aW. .
4" '' 4-- & Beceaily aeJeeJedjrttt mat cart i*tie.itye(
) : IS52-
: k .*t"% S.L.yreuict,1 t t.,1-" & 'year,- Cl Ifu%au Street H"ew York TTETf-YOSZ. >
.-,, : W. nlt! -- "' JO 1..K, 5ITCKLER lie will ia
--\ where have readm***,both toe early ant lie invite -
; .- ,T;x4ssr ,or and Collector. the atfeatiotf efMnrtait* Vntriaa
lEDEU.: 'I ; ate[ purchasers the largest and chotee Mark' of
trOn v
7.- .
and the
: r' ; & C Fla.,Jan 3d ISM 0 CMMMwwirv.te hi* etneL witk tW-r
-_ ; J.W.Lowy ,: *, SPRI> AID atstMs.gtWTlHG
.neee that the artIcles mill U femtd to be fresh.
.if1mO& r :' F&QX3ULTE. Cn.tRLEs-ro1\'P..tl'. .R : OLLt : SALK. to be fovad i*>tb* United tates. laipMtiosr Lie of prime qtality and at as low pnee*a*t1tey.b*
., ., Good, tcgutbcvwkLrsp.rketknowle4gsof the
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=------- -1. bougbtiaaaymarketoths8entbetaeoestr3.:
.L.Uartirb: BALTIMORE Jan.30tTLo the Power Via "ia me by law, IIOilE MARKETS. orraN..
,' t ,. : tor sale before the Coert limes give him the greatest ic2itie of gHting or lila C -

tha STtblt, at $\ Augustine,.ly t fhe Rer.JO. Rrits -Mail ateazzm1iipjtffc ; on the fret Monday tit May, Iiw3, i,stock. _AT,THE.LOVZST HATES., CUEVIWI Our J.lQUOr.S TOBACCO AND wen AMa ,SOflS FLU ., .

.lUrtowi Dr.J.O.C.UJ W5.ef Soath Carolina, i Capt. Harrison, baa armed at vXcw YorkfromLiverpool.whkh : ed property, or sa ranch I and ia" the LATi.t STYIXS. The patr aof the CUTLERT, JEWELRY' -, : -

? t$ KATC CitBT. only daughter of:-B. A..P rOB -! 'left n'SUbJ3y pay'tbc Sute and dietherron-to Cotrnty taxes I altQTe Bamed Cma and 6oathera,>I rchaat. tmwoaid &c&e.. _, i
t portTj&e !ary expense J I primers!, do well U examine our stock before -
: 1I.&W,E.J.o olSC-Aagut.i e. I the ICtU. last. baring been detained 2\l ute UedrlTing io Columbia f purchasing., mo. jaa 22, TEA Sj-C JLlCff AND GREE' ) -

i the 'ad Ins*, fa thfc elty,ty:J"",. Price, ,, not koowc,) Leougic t41| Sew Tor*. '..1st,' IsiS.l Of the finest TMTity at so low price M the sme .fI

Es V, Mr.PO
xEuz*, eldest daughter cfCotJasifsII. Oof4. ; LIVERPOOL JlAiiKErsTbe, ;"Cotton! L.K. X11CK.LEU l. DO GR" T. Jt1.LAD1fl-, '. ,
Tax of thi* place,_. : ____ i i market bas advanced, asd there Lea been : TII ; ; htm'.l1.t Co,Fla.,Jta.. 3-1, 85.T,I'f wants sad Utr*-aTl ef whichbe will Ve glad to
-- ; Peter Benef,administrator cf 1FrwscisP r exhibit: stir!sell for C.1,11. He will have his few
(Dbitucmni a goal demand. .Fair ciait1itics'h"'e, improve COLLECTORS SALE. I' Stories, deo, for the I tin chancery I dspatrstrate

: : I use etA FreilTamler for himself f t .3
inoct. The itales the 'week"comried ,
daring : -p wcr'Ve tod In. to e by law: I SODA FOUNTAIN
;> w.OB the 25.li u'L,..JlAUT H. llonye '' and cthrs, J Final decre ,<,. '
far kale before tic Court ,
45,000 bale 'of which KCrr M. C03SM3T -
.lIIct.j A Jrt WILL 8CTT1.T Or
JIAX ,consort of CoLtV*. II. HICCXAH, t speeu-j f the first.l.rmiLty< of May. IS53,:I Tl.BDJ4tain .

23lh jeerotrat. Saewts a member latora otilc 7000, and exporters.'.iK 00, Jcvcrbe.T rrcryir; 90'vouch A PEtnatn.Eitr. of)1 SODAVATEB.: & 8YB.TJPS. -
; I I ret,r "1itehe,awl tUarr of :- [ oLh.verjbestqnahityaalaver.june2ftt .
the State taxes
tLe 11.'& Crt, Sooth, nine e1(1;: a'lor- I bales. Oa tbc 14th and 15tb instant ,I tu *pay ry eif CESM due auJCoit.ty thereon, la wit,, J belt Miteael aad Samuel J D f JOra M. PATNL -

ned her pofesuon, a pious acJonlerly walk. the demand: was better than: .it bad been '! bnJ,-:tyicg near the l>uwaa Moore. j FALLANDWINTEf\ .

She was aa affectionate ,ifc, a kind and devoted -I'! in the of the \rcct. On tho i : to nad & scs< 41. T.4. i I In aexrc-rdirr*with Hlt' goal deer*?, enttnd.pin NEW -
earlj part the Gtt' tnti'l J cause, on the 5th illyof
183i 4 Q.QQBS. .
mevher,aad sincere neig'-ibor; anJ b.s left i; 15th, the sales auicnnted to (MOO tales, f year K.1IICKLEB i, November. D, 1SS2, !n the circuit Court, SaWribon would peetfufy! call the at. I -
Lin and affectionate In sban,1 aol four ehildrra '1 THE
a sitting for the county of St. Johns, the lion.
Tar as-essor ani Collec'or. : D of their friends and eustomen to Q .
their loss. TaeiCIetioa( j and the market tlo ed firm. The quota ;! Thomas Uouglaa presiding the following descvibei and FAIl Winter .
tomouru j' I > :: Co, F1.E.J4O.3.I. ;s3 2. : new wen *etert 4 ftoek( and

thu life if but for aeeason,which worketk oat I tions were; Fair'Orleans Od., MiJtlling I land fating the portion o/ the _\I'ftdon.II Drera hoOds, consisting inpart Trench.. EBiih
o T v
LyijL.J-.L lUi.O .\ .. 1! Urant, belonging to the estate of Peter and Aocricafl '. Ginghams; Chaahrvya.
fur as a more exceeding .weight of glory. |j j Orleans 5J.? Fair Uplands 5IJ., and Power i i JIji ebel,deceased. reraaiiiiBjsnsoll heat o \.red White and Colonel JTonslin" Barred sad Ptrip dDo
the Ycst in law I
me by ,
I and French Meriooea Brocade L.a.
Middling Uplands 5Jd.EXOLAXD. for sale bcltro tha Crart lIeaae : jablis sale at Jllcinopy.: ; Alacbaa ccnnty Ergfoh ;
tre ,At, La. with sari welL.
together a large
I 4 ekct -
If1Tathw journal. I .-It i is said that Kossutli is Ft. thefrstMonlay of May 1S.VJ 1 State of }Floridjoo FriJay the 25th days of *>l tock cf P oU and Shoes lists and Cajv.lanrware ..
I any described property or to roach .text. ( and CntliTT, of every description; is
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE again coming to America The failure he ] pay J tli*i-tat and l' UD'y taxes F The stu i t ing tn-n .to'1I'it: third in cash market, which eSer for tale for each
of E. Waterman cxpentcs Jaa thereon,to wit one payable ont they cheap ,
REGULAR FtClET1.Ittier of Amsterdam, ha* "I 21 rate. tear Lackey Creek J the d'y ef t1u.hu", the remaining two thirds country produce or oa hort and approved credit.

Wit UcHon mrrires frum Sarsneah er. taken plaee. f n l' !(gf James A* 'Cofttr, <>: the purchase money payalte in two rqis) Hunters aad friends are respectfully Invited tw
call and examine their stock before
Wrdnewlar and ret Friday I L. K. MICKLEB and annual instalment with interest of
fry rn on & t six
.1xcE.-I..r Rive the American ,fee!: aaiored that they wd Ve enabled
; njj
Vteamer Florida arrives from Chariet cent th i
si'n i real aal
every TAX assessor ant Collector. per to exe- to pre entire satisfaction ta all who favor
Thnrsdtr a.d ixtnrnson Frulay.Heamer Jlinibtcr. ha presented his credentials to I' : Co, Fk. Join.J., 1CV. f cots wilh th? purchaser ccntracts for tItle I I hem with their patronage,both M to price may antI 'j-J.
Welaka amvc* nr Saturday from I ec.ndirionalfortht executivief ; title I .
perfect nal.ty rf their-oodi.Seit2552.
Savannah and ret nro*next dyHcamer Louis Napoleon* The French Government }: : SALE. t when the purchase money ebali be pa1.1. t E L HARRlSOy k CO.
!! lea' for
: IpaJ.E; c Eaterprisevu
Steamer Thorn learn for Enterjcu8 on ,atur- of fiftj-thrcc 1argetcam ships. It ia reported j # fur sale before the Court flow Seoa F. 9 K. 7S J QJ1. 1 ,tITTTOCLD
days, and retorMCHARLESTON o. Wedu.dvu.bbtttLCl1lCflt.. J tmefrst: }
that there ias been a territorial J yc ;\ CescribeJ property,,cr so much old y 10 \ and the pnLlJs generally' t*the large

between France ray the State sn I County tixet, E.haltLnd. f.W.qr of" 2 19 19 an.1 eooiplcto assortment ofFITRXITUHE_
dL-pute and Austria.- ..
N rill W. g E. M M 19
f : : '! expeceesda1 thereon to wit: 3 lit .
The French funds ttled. ml O. l in the Colutnbu :; 0 4 jo 19 ,
are nn : < 0. S
very .
ju t rectired frooi Eoetoo. TTe purpose to Mil on
; 8 ia
9 19
FLORIDA I I a3sc.eJ to Jatuca L.'.' '
.VND ) I i- A.M ,
i4 i t 'j!. _! ; ChaHcrton! aineh
I 14 10' 19 ai our freight are cheaper than
'r"V. 4 NOTICE an. 1 L. K. MICilLEK. J 31 :o r) to any other port South baring a Bomber of TMeU -
S.M.Stsamcn n' 4 TIlE nnlerei'ztel offers for sale eighty (po) W. t' Tar av*.or an I Collector 51 JO *. 22 e.,nug oat in balla. -=* sCAROLINA I I of Iind. which there is valaab'e! : of the trade will be conducted by L 31.FOLLOW
on a ; : i Co, Ha., Jan. 3 1. lS-2 I i; 11 20
AND FLORIDA.Tkra 1 Mineral Sprinjr. sitn tei nine ((0)) miles ", ;j 11 21 an experienced person In the basin** ProfonorFot
CTOI SALK. .om will keep on hand Piano Forte, Violin.
'Hilt of 0:41iu .Marlon 21
county Florida.T'le 2* 11
U Falatka in 24 U 30 Hear aad fixrabh
properties cf tie itintnd, us.far aa we the Power rented in ms by Uw, 9 12 "" :21 music! and nojical Instruments prepared of every quality and
TilE CAROLINA will leare CUAULESTOXt can determine, without ftnatsayeia.are: sia.ilar '- for cola before the Court how a 18 12 21 d< enptioti. both for the oM and new notation,to.gether -
cry .Sr*"iW/jr.atC P. SL lietarnin.will ImrcP4LATKA : to those possessed Lj the Suwmuce rrin5. the first Men.lay of }I"yISJ3, "" 11 12 21 with infraction books cf all kinds. Orders

erery M"u-fv. 7 A. SI- 1'1'ILAT.10. I The Spring is in an c'izlhle: sitnition, at Ii property, or eo flinch H12 21 from the interior will be attended to promptly.

>titly n-.t ht.I te tie same roa ill.'tsas'; the expenses due thereon to wit: ,October X 1SJ2L tf

rr THK TufMtbif FL02I3A, at 3 will P. M leave Retsrniny.(1t.tflhI.STO.ve-wll I.*ve t t, Suirarnee, and w ot Iuts ia Fl>'riJ", gubterriiicun -I 1! and 205acres of 3-1 rate lan.), 3UFFINGTON HOUSE, rresh'rri.Tals.

: being erpflCe.1 at this roiaL in : ? County numbers and situa JACKSONVILLE EAST
PALATKA. Il( V'_. A M., IiL.\rK CHECK. co se.quecce I FLORIDA. has latfty nt feeds
2 P31.JACKSONVILLKFrd.iy. o'eloek, A.M. I cf the earth's h virg cave l ; ea"y rf access I! belonging to and assessed to TnE undersigned ret a I

These Steamer* ewnn-'t with ail the interwrf ,I &nd it c.i pa pie of tiding made a very pVa-" and i fer-the year IbJ?. PROPRIETOR of this wen known Howe which !te 6f mentioned Drag,Paitta Linseed Oils &and.monf- ,

t s of K.t Fl'w MI. e.nt eonn.Ts bnth warn ;I tint watei-injjpUce. Address! at M.tdi on. FD. w J. K. MICKLEtt, rpm pleased to snuonnee tr bin old patron and may Lamp "
with the Xrw York St *ra hip<, Carolina Railroads I TAX collector. those Oil. White Zinc Paint, White Lead, pore and
.\\ ID L. WHITE Jr. I :! e-wr 1T> Tinting; the :lInn1' gouth" for hcaljh or
and the Wilatnzton Boat or at Jacksonville J. II. )Id On\. Jr. : CI. tli_ Jar. lot 133J. ileaure, that N'j. 1, I .lMe Potass Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Passage rom Charleston to lac ss'ville, i 5, lot i Wistars BIiin Wild Cherry, Hihbards Wild
Aus.2o., 1M2.: : t Ui.Lt.lTOK.1LJ. His House has : a thorough rcn-
from Fieolata to Palitka $10. I I Iergonc Tierry Bitters,Philitoken- females friend,
rrfnktTvnrtimlaTt.,.rtt to. '' -- W the Power Vested in Ly law, ovation, Genuine Bermuda Arrow Root, Oxygenated

J. W. CALDWrLL. Charierton, I' NEW BAKERY. val for aile before the Court ard has been well fitted up to suit the most fastidious I Bitters Ginger Wine the beat remedy for Difpsia *-
BELLE ""HASSE FIXE'Jr.\\, UllKAl, riEif, AND CAKCS. time \tor on the f p t Monday cf May basing most of hit rooms an J Debility now before the ... A

J ac1.nt"ille I TIlE CO.PART5ERJIIIP' heretofore ex>'iru; .. I I ; :descriUetl property or BO rtrnUlieJ with New Fumitcre emlire. I nil 5 is solicited JOHN 1I.P.\fNE
R.1 PaMVa- .j- between & in the condutof for : lIS..m lie Mate&ad
feb & tf r. Myers Coopman I pay County |I The Proprietor bw afro secured the services of" sep 23 Druggist.CEO. .
the Baking bn!Ioe!, bavin"been ditwved.t.c due therena
--- -- necessary expez.sta i lady of! cad lloum-
ba< onz standing reputation as a i
rohwcnbfr deaoil'e4 to make known to t' j>cMir I 2J Ian.1 the min- II. SXITH &
rate: rear lie COnAUCTJOXEERiya
HERNANDEZ &> REYES, ht beaU! hereafter oa wnl Lzi.4zeceeeatgy.. : !I I Keeper. wIll pare no Jams to make thAi
from the Fnwance. 1-eWgIcg and i howe, one etHic l>e>t ia Florida and hopes by 45D COMMISSION
He has made fttHprepantKina torn 'ply the towun
DB..1.rEJl.S:1.'t'D :1.rLOB.8 I ,1 other p1&rehL-! with excellent} \. Pki, temeBtiolcaaaa4ee.&V, arid Kic?, for tie year 1S3J. : keeping a good toue. and giving his pcraua! attention ; MERCHANTS,:

.,...i1I,. Ja&t J1erU. an4 Cake*, which be Is now delivering regularly at Jll L. K. MlCiLEU, I; to buH.r.e, to merit and receive the pat- JACKSONVILLE
of tbe .blif. E. iiA.'linE .
the hon-e ef his cn ?oraerLTieket Tat aiS!*oOr lint Collector. ronatre I I ,
RI\E.: na1 th.r; ta.a" I C... : lIe respectfully solicits a call from hi. friends i
HEF.S.\SDF.Z. *f.rziiehud.aol fajalUe* any where witb'n !! !'t Fix. JJB. DJ. -}
and the i.uLLccnera'lv, Torth the limt of tlie town rspfj'ed at an early hour and Traveller generally. i i I! SCC CRIBERS hare entered into rv
.liberal patronage the*have rereived. and hope, j e\try day. Pnee.-5>*nti pir loaf CVLLECROC3 SALF. !I A lar, Q and extenevo Livery Stable i is attachedtotheltoose. :, J- partnership for the purpose of earryia*on tb*
fcy ttriet attention I.vi.._.t* merit a eontlnaanonftherame. I' I I aboT business, and are prepared to make sale
f the Power iffiel in b Liw. .
I "FAEIILy GROCERIE'S.ke Th* Western Stags leaves the hones soon after ,
Uarip'reeeiratllteUtertcrylcsdinetfrom either
; on consignment or at auction (one' of the
I. :. .! .- frr sale before t\9 Court tle'arrival ff the boats.SA3IUEL .
the North to
are fed
they nee : firm being an all innt'er.) Both of the firm are ,
cnt $U work enuei tn their ee with de j&-h. i iMId THE rF.SC1IBEfl 'fron taiiHTcn hand i the on tie first Monday 'f EUFFIXGTOy Proprietor. ; Well acquainted with the merchants aDd citizens of -
re a workmanlike manbvr. They invite all tore j ..3a C-e fcsor'mcut-tf GKlH'ElllES. to on }: following described prowrfT j' September 25, li i. tm i the interior, which gives them the advantage of
them a call (on Newnan ctn-et rccoihl door w'uieli be rnm* tfnJy] rail; the attention ot the I as will pay the &;at* and I tnakiE neatly sales of any good or Merchandize
frogs IT. liyrne f new kajilia-r) aw>rin<:the pubI I f nthe. emI.roJlo in prtof jug I the pecesa-ry expenses one I MAGNOLIA HOUSE. which may be tent to them oa eou gnIDenL

lu that tte.r|.ricci rhall be uwderatc and ail pir- Sugar Cued llnmj bin utters, J'I Pod' J,7Jliirlrt : : 120 acres 21 rime oa Iocby''' ksom ille Florida. I They will! pvc their attention to making good

wnt!warranteol to LV. ;.* : Erf, LflozM Sinter*, CoJ Sawant.ee. le'.orriog! to and i, and immediate rale*. They would revpectf nOy M.
R. and the bort -t notK } }"A. THE kUBSCP.lCCR hs jan craJ112. licit from merehanU
Catting reparirjat patronage and tradesmen of
Fit llnclne. Inth p"'",*. Flvt-r huJ S-n5th. for the .
: : rear
f.b.Jy ____ ____ Gosh Etrt'fT Chfit, IfttfLftrJCntlt'ti in>l : J. K. mCKLEH, ; ylete.) the above Howe, fitting it up ia thenotumfnrtatic eiDer cities who wish to toll goods ia oar market.
etle, and will use every exertion : Any business in their lice win be promptly at.tenduito. >
FOE BEST. I f1 Proirn 5
THE JIOU>E nod pr ni-es i l lately reeapiel Grist. T-a, to/ft, Caiuliejvjul Ci art. U>.e !\n.bi3. Co., Fix :,3J, l32. patronajc GEORGE IT. SMITH: ,'_
L.Ca t'naon Sewn street, tear ALSO, { -- --- I Particular attentijn paid to laralid JOHN W. PRICE. '_
the corner of Bar street. \rJJ1 to Lowlo rat'rr. 1asostrF.e1a irSwt G *, COLLICTOLr. A. COT I .
I Corner Ocean and Mcaroestrcetj.Ja : M Reed Fernandes. TM>e* 1Co .
Micrus BTUX11 "'", Cleire Brentr,: I the power tested 1 in ae by R Coulter i Co, Samuel William. Abop 4
!!r>rvnie, 'or. 2ft. 1S526ofd >
Crnirn HE WILL SELL CHrAr FOIt f"-H. expose for stle befere the I tt I Boor JaelsmiTUIe Eontim Gunby.JLaroaeh.. -

Fire Haare-id Dollars Bexard! i April Jft. ISii. e T. G. .U nll oor Alligator en the first1! Stalling far Itorses. ) ---- E M Moore Co. Seaborn GoodalL SaTaaaah. ._ -

p'l'K' PAX.U1.\ M ILL bvcg lieen d.4rnyc4 by I -- ---- ---- 1S53, the ful1,wit Jeserib j : wEiiiiING: : IIGUSI Jg l#"riJ. Fla. JaM 10, 185: tf __ .'.
J. fire on the morning of the 27th I"-einber.its Jjr mach thereof as wtll pay the I
M beliered by the work of a<> ineendarr, the abore ; lerriCTed baring taken the Niw?Toas : .L taxes, non the necessary ex- :, THE' gt'BSCr.IDEU i is prepured to aecom-no- D. I'crE t CO. :
reward will Iw paM t.y the rabtKr .! hy J- Jtnt.xe. pwctfully the .tI, to wit f20 acres of in SAT
b.nEin f the offender a1'I"-1 attent.on; of the palate to hj. well selected ctoelc ofCotxV ( oljmbl OB the Jsawannee, beI I the Northwe jaa 29-lt EDWACI R. rfUite4 both fur Cunatry an J Ct7 tnJ?. of whkh, io known to be highly favorable to health ; WOULD reopertfufiy inform their customers ,
D. E. fctone for the _
l : .3cJ ta
fey as3e" :
and comfort from itcevati n. The house has j tire
-- -- -- that '
--- -- -- -- boron would do well to call ant examine bSs rt-r-k '! J'Uhl.ie generally, their FALL
Flux toad C DELEGATES from '&tka.Ocala. Muh- : fttJ w>Dfr ortuu-nt of tape and Taaer Pry : Tax as'essor acd Collector. ; ltD'}oOI1mo'liou.. Tile Furniture is new, ant the { ready for the inspection of thorn wishing top wehve

aai Xewnansviile are rewettod to (;o meet at Orange Fj.';, on the frt Monday in lists sod Cap Jlmxal Instramtali, Pcrf jmery, -. ----- buet and I haH spare nt' I alas to render my house } ,
March cert It is hepr-1 that the Delegate 1 *w21t Fancy Soup-Combs and Krurfjes sal a pi-n raja ; I tit : COr.LI'TOaLI: I in ah reprwcts pleamnt and agreeable! to those who juay j Their stock conasta, in part of Pry silks Goods ol al '
mae toast and from
name, to
it hen
their every keneyf
in their aUcadance.and *aVicnt Fancy.\rticles.. the ejsil in tae by
punctual no w riaent of Toy a I press power I I IHOUSE. fresh Groceries
Inrlnea importance wiQ be fubiniUed to them. 'are et.rek "r8nt m.I.1JU. bcJ.l1.Le.. WouIand expose for sale before the dee 11 40. 1IVMA5\. M.1Y' family HardwareTin ware Wooden
\ : : I ICLlCn ware, Boots and Shoes. Hats aDd Caps. of the
_jaa. .291: ___ [HepaUJcia copy J __ Crockery Ware a fine teleftrd ptoek .f faa I Ailiritor; on the first Men'lay latest styles. Ladies'BonneU and a variety of ferrieablo -
(irorenc* and Provu-ocr 11. E. W, CLAKK. i the fc'lowing described tl .
N1tTbe LOGCR: .f Dun Cewhfv, are prop and fancy article, which cannot fail te
.L re qe ed to meet at tho Kew Court lfoo e.on DOT 4_lity Street. I They thereof as will pay the Mate mac SCBSCRIBEa hivirjrrecently opened nit the moet raned tastes otthe. FAIKCX, wh.
I }Ia I '. and the JL the above IIon". would peetfally mticit are especIally invited to '
11 o'clock A. ii
Satorpur.5U February at Soils anaPradactioncofFLO1IDA. necessiry expenses -
Letters on the Climate, I I nf r:8
thIS the patroa n> fle tmblie. There are at this .
to ecUl prwo se LOQf. A foil meeting i* rejae I wit 61 acres 2 d rote lan'.
te time M me Lye to six TOO oj nnec med,several o A se'eet istortment of .. Bridle, 3f artiajr '
ted,M Matters 'iwipnrtaace will l.ronjht oa the Stmanae, belonging I -
forward ta ir cvwMeratioa. Jan.28-J' THIS interesting work ill t>r tale at the store ct and Paul M'fCcrmm'lt for the the AIDe wiia firj \+*rt*. The nOIlM within i>.Collars,AcTranks,Carpet Bags Umbrella ,
11.Meflore,jr. cad at the Xewi"" Ctftic3acb \. try- to one hundred an.l fifty yards of the Port Office and and ail that is vsaaUy fonnd many store in Uu ;
MARION COUNTY LAND FOB SALEm Ue. '. 2 -. I coca! ; L. K. MICKLEU, I' whan The undersigned is agent for Con Seotts eoaatry.the half of which wooldbe."too nnmerou I'
rpHU at.-nber offer at prrrste sal*, the folJL !. Post Office Stamp will he taken fur LetU.ru, an.! of Tax Collector and r.e.es or. four htrsa coach and two hone hack mail lines, to mention." _
lester deeeribed tract of land fa AlarwnComatv. cam be easily remitted by letter I the 'Qmbi a Co.,!.,Jan. 31. 1S53 both leaving for Ocala seal-weekly. For further Their stock baring been elected by one- of the
Tbece Und are ae.ry! all hamlll'' k. .*din :: -- ---.-- --- I particulars*, apply' at the offices of the JacksonvH firm and one well acquainted with the wants el
quality are Botwtrfas-ed by ary in the State.- ; :ii.c, PAINT, .A WINDOW GL.VS5. I with CoIIectsra! Sale. i"cw soil "? bliea.n. the peep).of thif oeUoo they ontr*ayIS -

:;. \T.quarter of Feetwro 31,and t>. W. quarter of '_) Linseed Oil fLaw and Coiled. the power rested in me by JAJIES B. ASKEW CALL AND SEE, j&
i eq.ton 30, Township 13. Fjnw 20. (:O acre; Elephant C'iit' sultrier article for lamps : } expoM fur Bile before the r. 1.1tbJm.l IS52. tf being rally aarared that none win go away nasnited -

Tb. West half of K. W.quarter:and the Wrstlialf <.'sitOF Oil.Tanners .' Allitcr. oa tUr first MonJ y either al to the quality of tho good*or the price .
of the f. W. quarter of tsetioo 7, township Oil. AT the following described JEWELRY CLOCKS ETC. asked for them.
Ii Range 20, (K9 acres.) 40 box's Window Gli a,assorted size*. thereof will the State pro. WATCHES K.B.-AH kind of Country Prodoee taken ia '
The W.qwarter of Section K, the E. half pry eachargefor gooda at the btznest mark .JIriet&
Clt X.E.qaartetof Secuun :, the Eva half of 403 tbs. best CUJra Putty. 1 ".awl tie ncc bary expense C.'D. OAK, A pain, CALL AXD SEX. We charge DOtJu.t far

the 8. E.'taarter.t oction 27,Mol the W. half of For.*!. low,(.1' Cash, by I wit 49 acres, 2<1 rtt* land just returned from the Xorth would I ihowie'curgoods.

the S. ..&at oet 26, township 13, range e JOhN iL PAYNEtfAP.SAPAniLLA 13 :\.' oU pUce, belonging HAVING inform tha public that he has D.- ircrzy co.

s. ..& au: 21 Drugi4 y.o ; to Jo4 Pep, fur the year :.. brought oat a splendid assortment of Od 18. 1S3I. _-C !
Also, a tract of 4S3 acres:on the P cth fid* of 1. K. .1LCLEa.Tat f'
Orange Lab, xtjoinint the laa-l of Mr. Solomon T.-- Utl. ER'S in two qt 33 asstf scr and Cvlieetor. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, New Goods New Goods !

Moody and em W !n*;fractional se; Ajrer's Cherry ,i Co, Via, Jaa. :3J, lS3. FIXE GOLD JEWELRY, ef every description.CITAKP CrAt Wholesale and BetalLL"r
I 000 .. .
2XiatowashipU.ran*' 22- All Uae tract are Pectoral -. Balsam of Wild Cherry.-Jost r c- fl..M .1 ;lh.c "

the bet quality Cottoa L*.d*. ctire.1 and for tale bj J. M.PAIN B, 50 : tOLLICTOr.S S.1LF VE3T. AND-fOB CHAINS' JUST RECEIVED, direct from 5e w Tork,a "
For terms apply to the SBhcenbcr. at Jacksonaie Vros. hold awl Silver ftjeetacles.FILVEB .- Assortment ef Fashionable Spring
1&52.I CIIAS. Rn E..PJau'a'ionand Jr.10.: ._ the power t.ted fn me. by Dress of. BritiJt :
InoT WARE-*w>h M Spoon of all kind., Goods French ,and American
mil-site forsaleI RECKVED Urge and elegant lot of A expose fur, sale before the Batter Knives, Ac. Oold and Silver PENCILS' MaBnbctarecompruiiBg in pert- <

WILL DISPOSE OF,.'private % JUST :5houlJtrt.--SiJts. Lard, sail marry Tools! Alligator on the first Monday e GOLD PENS. 1 French oil cord GiBghims,American do. :.1 z ,'-

JEjLatle,my Plant-it nMl the P .J.hiT._jL.Lrivtr oihernecesMry articles Cur f.unil, M*,aDJ !.r following riW property I French,English aDd American Print, ,
IL T.TITUS.' IIocs as will pay the State and Knive Raiors. 5eior Shears,etc. A splendid .
ale [01-31} Furniture Chintz'ig'd aDd PIa
,at tbe raowth cf Jnlinjtenertek sixteen by and the necessary fipODS.es Jot of LADIES' FANS. Combs,,; Brushes etc.PERFUMERY Moslina. La was .. .
The riluation is '
taDet above JacksonTflle.. ,I bar' baud a .
BCTRA ce wit: IC3 acres of 2aJ rats &c.
knewa to be the most beautiful en the riser, Sosumnxo.B of Ser eowuUrC| in part inclu assessed to _Bryant 'Burnett, : PORTE MOSXAIES Jackonets. aad Fig'JSwiss. JIos-
for its aalobrity .et a case La Pernetx El XKforitnaranaCherooUt ,
and 1*remarkable ; .f th fcnowinir branch- cry. L.K.
and ether articles to numerous to mention. Cnmbrics and Jackaonet s.
offerer 1&nillg occurred there for many IUra.The frro Mamilla ('hevo.t&' which many *,plala and checked., ,
Tax 1'1Se8oUnd Collector., invited to eaQ_ 3
C7"Tbe: public an B Silk
.1.K. PAl Flg'd Tissues
dwelling is epactons-cnmfortcleed wifl IesO1deLePjan Co. Jan. 3d 1853. rages, ,very rick pt U -
calculated for the aeeommodatiea eta Urge 1TODSD. I of WATCHES AND terns, _.,:'

family Tie land (about 400 acres)U ef good .-.AFlaak'Boat about,25 feet. loq 8 .: CTORS SALE. repaired at short notice and warranted. Wide Black Silt very cheap; ManeUrs. c

qvslity, aad well adapted to the cultivation ef JJ feet Beam and sharp sod both ends schooner the rested ia me by Jacksonville, Sept 11,ithS. 6mWOOD'S and Florence Silka, of every color, '-; -

otto tad eer*,awl boat fifty acres tatted ric Tb*owner eaa hare her by proving prop- ol pover far: sale before the Crape Shawls, plaia and embroidered, : -
expose Paris Kid Gloies
Black and
color'd .
for eaa. There is an Imirablc *Ue f u rsteam ert PS1btJ e Lace
eagar .L.CnI1l TOrr.mt.:1 ket, ,.ULigitiir, on the first Monday IRON WORKS Hits -
aaw ailt at tla.e meat* ef th* creek and described : ORNAMENTAL I-
T&1kt IalaD'J- be the following prop. Bo.Silk and Llile GloTes -
itpoeees rataeadraBtaEeef briajt ia the centrefa '; cr thereof will pay.the State Jlufye Koadf FUHa&IpHa. Jenny Und Polka Gaiters, ."
afefiot .f fifeel voeded with yel -' :
eocotry ) IiOtSIFOflLtL1.a : .
and the
N necessary expenses Iron Statuary. Lime. Greyhound, Newfoundland Bronze-tipped Bootees Opera Gaiter :
J.. pioe There i ii a flourishing oranf groTeoa TWO Story F-II e. Bearly'mew; and Jarge wit: C4Q acres.2nd rate land DORI, Foontaint beautiful designs and v. Single TieaBvkiBaSIipperal&e., .

the premwe. which feroerly prtid c<< an ,:lita i tod a&Jlleuan&,a" etthstcwsa of.feredat ,belonging te and assessed noas littt. Iron Stain spiral sari.straigtit on improved The most approved style of Spring .- 1". .;
income f a tkeaaao-1 dollar*a year,. sod wP.I .-t..1a1 ,A"Ify to for they ear 1SW. plans i also Iroe Billings and. Verandas Do. Children' Oils Silk Bonnet BcnneU. -
shortly deeeaj iBtHia) iPrea the preceatthnDy ta.c CALBYi1N I- L.K.MICKLER,, jompnslng upwarO of 200 design ,richly
; trimmed ant of the lateat fashion
eel bealtky-apfearaece .f the tree and Collector. Desifrna.anl rpecioealioa win. bipsut toast ,
PEOOF ?ACfT.- Poc'aJ a few fTIB Tax assessor . part "
OSoe at .UI4OLUi&.M .J.1hhi- t waailea.aa4the j
Tte Poet Co Fix Jan.2d :.
atewera: pa ,*B4 repas* the *:t qnaiy.4,"eei,' 4 frees A oct54iwMU1l&T, WOOD. Philadelphia.DISSOLUTION. CfXltmtitt Wur. a
aad i Boots Gaiterm and Shoe .
Iar U and. .,Sa- : ewT'tn. .
kevee Ibeirre
. ,ia r trip GAS. T -
S7b5isbifgt4pueeII5stbls' I .. ,1 NOTICED Beady made king,a splendid assortaeai*
! 'wsuaL pre- ay, tin exbtms between one Ttry fine, -
leUer tie after datel will apply t 7T1IIE co.aerehi-pheretofore ; _
: ,,. ",can, ef aJdreea.by E. Florida.CnARUSjBVRXE.. ,A .' ---- k p"I Sepftu-. <' not., Judge of the Circuit Uenrt 'ef il &W undersigned. under the trot tl EUBA. K Country merchants npplied foe eaak. eaenaieqsaltoNewrorkprieea. I
5; aabecriber.at JacUenville SUPDUORIoC.t EI. joat re- matic ;of the State of Florida Jk LEWIS,fa duwolved by mutual AH .' .Tkeeematrrmblle -
! AvmY sttbeDrztgswl raaer Sure of Eatate debt*of the late ftrm will be paid by Wa DEoaaksaad'air'tunu are solicited call aad -
E the
beiengiagto _
.: = -: 4ueIaWYIO"WUIbe .
Jwboayi11. )16ft" n of
-- .. money .
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ep2.S- 'J rJouxM.P4rZ.2 Ape latent Alachaa fidpricetu ,
:. county
U atttle sod
k 1 paid to him be being aatbcrised .. '
'JI k CII n..ln .Bri4CaaJa Stogj v. .:
; I _' .POTASIIJBatwwHedaadferialeby .JREV.ATTl' receipt for same. 11; IX EUBANK.ja23 : 'H
' I70R B ALE. at the XEirS OFFCJJ ,m. 00 J-).r.YNE. I wild Admiiistratorby, tt. JOhN'1I.ltEWIS.. L.B..1\frR.V1,. ,

. Dr 4fc th.sitthtorey..aeeofLolaUOases, D -.ia& roes..u J.PATaDriat.; -Jau: 1 5 IL Will SMITH, 'Atty. Tort Tamr.ria.,Jan.21, 184J. : JacksoBTlIle. ,_.31rtkVtk.'li. .. ,a -iI
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THE FWRI.DANE'SVSI: .fQtttfll1jbfft &r,.. In ttkl1Lt. x /. ScjoofeJACKSONVILLE ,.'\$ r. professional ft- I .in s .Qrt.: jjjojjngetfg Column.:' "

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Jaettoavtn'*,ami Ceuaty,norUa, by -RECEIVED.rrtttB FE11ALE. .,Il ..., .4TTORNEY3.4T.Jp4W, 'L'.JiiyL T.TJTUS,a 1NDIAOXECUST

SobscriVw wvnld beg leave to inform the Th'GROCIU1tOtiQZ.s
i Uaa) aitera'Cirenlt. BasinesiJ1
CIU.K1.ES BYRNE.: A public that be has just received a very. large, .entreated to 4heir care will be promptly.at- TUB MOST CERTAiN ANJ BAn WDCSDT .
BT .
-end splendid assortment of _i.llsS tended to. Feb 21.'s1.-t1 ; 'LIQUORS,TIN 1'U. or

T TaeJUVAfe Dofianj>tr4iii;la advance.So DRi: GOODS, READY; MADE' B. M. Peareon ViA''CROCKERY, HAftP-WAJW, FURNITURE;HOLWW'TVARE!,. Chmlo Dlarrhoeq and Dysentary,

are Wkith A.er
discontinued uti.11 arrearages t> .
y paper; CLOTHING HATS & CAPS, BOOTS SVfABt MARLOW ATTORNEYAT J..4W, SGARS&c.&e., steeds frrsnttit t.t.,pdIV. /
ftbs Publishers.C7 P. AND flu Mf irjwsj *urn
paid unites at the option and winpract.icoln Often b stock, for sale At the lowest''. rate went",trainee nt,fi*(.
.: be inserted the 'ltt'Pmtipots. IIAS removed to"Jacksonville, Florida K7IT HAS
ADtxitlskxt.tTS Will AND SHOES for coils Prodaee taken jn exchange for goods. NOT FAILED TO
,. the Eastern and Southern Circuits CUBJJ IN A.
: FOrRTIl YEAR ot Institution will Jacksonville. Fix Feb 21,1852. tf 8INOLB
xbTlowing terms. a rich assortment of Mouilrn de ta le!American. THE the Supreme Court of the StaUs.and:In.the U 8 -_ INSTANCtwa
. : OB Doilir per q:t... of twelve lines and nn for each subsequent hams,Calicoes fignrod toll plain Alnacas Mohair February 7, 852 *f WALKER. from several medicinal '
for the ftrtt insertion,-and ; different ages and capacities of the pupils.and thus roots growlet;la.
Insertion.' To yearly advertisers a liberal Lustres; Persian Cloths. English: Merinoes; Para progressively promote their Intellectual bnprove- -CooperBaslnger Tutor" and Commission KerchinU" ,. tbe Wilds of F. rida., It U*CRILTaad" ...
matte Cloths Bombasines lirocado Silka Plain IT Vegetable.
lw ; uncut and also insure to them thorough instruction 50STH TLNTC WHARF/ aav4de ined nrccULLT for the
discount win be Chameleon do;Wide black do; Florence, do;colored LAW cure of the above
:; trJADIId..mlJemetlw nut b* paid Tor beforenrron. satins Ac A Tory rich ''assortment of,Cashmere in the various departments ofliU>ratnre and science. ATTORNEYS AT CHARLESTON, S.. C. ..' Tie laventcr and

unleslby a regular easterner. By referring sjl wool shawls; plain, :printed and embroidered the Mathematical former Teacher..Instruct: ;. win.. be continued by PAVA1-
l black silk mantillas Persian: black and colored The be WILL in all the Courts of the Eastern _ ( 21 301 Jo, fact the test that be.
to our'terms, the requisite sum may >e ascer French and.Drawing"partmflnt.wiD practice has given it in the
English silk hose Do gloves and lace mitts Paris town in whieb be
; ; CironitofFlorsda mldes
also in the
under the direction Of Prof. DM Rochers. Circuit of Georgia; Eastern ,,
wits the adyertiaemenLIIi" and
tained transmitted kid ftloTrf, a large'assortment; rich dress trimmings Musical Instruction will be given to the Pupils WHUAMM. TUNNO fttinskixf tvtrtt with wjiith it baa

: eeeituot.uiarke4' with the num. bl.ck'late: braids lace gimps cords and fringes.braids, of this Ip Lot.ion by any of the Professors of that OfieBOA tbe,.ft.over the Republican BeadingBoom. Fa t6r mud Commissioa Merchant, net, warrants.bim io saying that it!1a.. POi>ITIVECUBB. -.
'r .
ber of Insertion required. will be continued until embroideries trimmings needle very worked wid;collars; a beautiful Do lot enffr.of Science in Jacksonville; the Principals lariat it. '" aovrnctK wstAflexAsaEsToYsopTst CAaomrA IS|, b, s, therefore Glut to the

forbid. ud charged for.c bands, chemescUes nndersleeres, and L C band. options with the parents and guardians to decBe. CnatxsP.Coomu Wat.S. BASIKOM.Deo 2F.tIt.J 8 52. ttWnLrtTLawtOnLco determiDatioj) tft \sce it wittin the reacb .r
be fur all annonneemevte ker TERMS, ( ryiWtiKtw,rt'iForone of 13. tf ._ _____ all, knowing b,07( VA\f\ infer with this
I 07* Five Dollars will charged hiefcJ; needle worked edgings and in crtings; / quarter very
of candidate for office; in advance. linen and thread do; German and Valentine do eleven Weeks: nnpletcant-ana- n da eroas Disease partjc -,
-; ; ; 1ft01 410 00 worked Oouncings embroidered skirts, ;; do window Orthography Reading Writing and Arithmetic Felix Livingston, ; q'arI1' in the Southern sfn.4 Wrstrrp State*.
-: One sqasre for six tbllo : 1 0 00 drapery. 4c.. a very superior and rich style of silk ;f C&Grammar. ATTORNEY AT LAW, FACTORS AND CnMMisnip.f MincntNT8; Ip purchasing my 1NDIAX LQXEtUST U

legal or other Business Carla per an. and velvet boonots; do straw rich bonnet ribbons Geography nnd History, 5 00 N-). 13 Southern Wharf Otarltsten, S.:C. particular.and look for w itt<
my signature.
,".; '' ; Notice 10 Ddfctors and Creditors : 1 00 and ncc/k do. Very wid., plain and figured bns- Mathematics and the higher branches of J.agcso/iTlU.F, FtA. OD the label. 4 ;
; .. : 5 09 kin,bootees ties English Literature 6 CO Wx. M.LAWTOX, W3I.Y. TATLOK
: Administration, slippers and Jenny Lind boots- SC. tf
April I
;:'; .f Application for 10 GO gents'very fine boots do gaiter and shoes: readymade The French Lartrnage,in classex 4 00 R.WAI WRJOHT B\COT, JOSEPH T. DILL. refer tbe.publict0 a fft" certificates belewBelectfd.frpm .

,; \ ApIiicationfordlllUillllatuAdmini..otntor. clothing of every description and quality. Drawing ani.Painting. do. & 00 PRICE. Sept 6.1851. 0 among uanjt received from ,*-.
., Editorial notices for private benefit will he charged The subscriber would say that.be ha engaged an Music, from *10 to SIS for 24 lesson C. A. __ specUWe citizens Jacksonville.. .

.:. '," "r ,'; double the rates of advertising.Cy accomplished Tailor to do custom work,which will An additional charge of 50 cents for fuel win ATTOUNF.T AND SOI.TCITOR.PalatlcA .. Loud & CQ.J ROBERT POINSETT.P. .
will be inserted gratuilonely. be done with clegl'nee'and taste. Cloths easai- also be made to each patron for one quarter during Florida. S. Planter
All religlpns/ioyccs FACTORS AND SJOJtTJERCUANTS aat be without Ui
< merci and vesting kept to suit customers. Plan lbt'wi ter. Sept I, 1852. 11-T.ia COMMJ, valuable .
:. ,- ters. who wish to furnish their negroes with shoes WIn attend the Courts of the Cercuit Medicine. Eveiy family osifbt to,

An admisiaUe personal commnnication will toe or clothing can betnppliexlTdth large quantities at MALE AND! FCMALB jan 1 2m NO. 118' BAY STREET. keep it on hand. .
:} low prices. The A.)!.. principal Agentfor Jacksonvillf
Tery invited to call and
public ,
advertisement are -
as -
All,bills for JoAt Printing. must bo p fa on examine goods and prices for thmllt'll''lI. Classical and English Institute F. CLAY BABBETTiNotary SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. .

07" L V AMERMAN. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Public. Jacksonville, Acgvst IS, IS:!. ,JyIfotio
the delivery of the woYjc. Jacksonville. Oct P.> 2.o Strict .tt( lion wiU be given to the salt tf Cotton -------
;'; 07 All letters on business and communication!, N. F. BROWN PRINCIPAL. Cummi<"0rr far Soling /clnqv.Mgnt'nt of or other rxodnce and literal advances made. *.
: C nu.tbej'O3tJ'flJ. to receive attention. New Goods New Goods J I IIj.4tt i Duds and oth'rliuiram'ms of Writing when desired. Directions ,

\. Wliole&alc and Retailed THE SuWiiber h.ivn.g) bad &t' l'J:111trr'l I 1o be used in It* btatis of Jon W C Lorn. P H LOUD. cast trill be found using on IbeiviJeof PinuJt..lndian the ton .

. rience has concluded to <. NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.OuM jan 24.1852. ly wrapperon
AGENTS: RECRHPED, direct from New York, a ] teaching, e each bottle. Wheietbera.it
JUST fever attend-
"".;:>. iUj.Jont BCIRD Tillabft
J. G-r-EUARpON. Esq, Oc.il, FixJoHR 1)ress000ls.ot Frtnck ritigbanJ, American It will be his constant effort to cultivate Sic SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL CQMMIS8ION tut be used Wore tile Lozecnst. SboaMt

Tampi FVi.Gen. Manufacturp.compri in p/rt- friendship and estrem of his pupils: and to instil Philin. Fraser. MERCHANT, there he a tendency to ioflsroation purge mod.,
DAKUIO E.q French oil colM Oingtums,American da.. those principle which tend to develop the human -& ---. erately, and give the Loxeeust smaller doses
, S. Rf*> 8CLL, Newn'n\ ,illl', Flo.Klpt. French,English,an
:: : J.J. KNIGHT Alligitor Fla. Furniture Chints, Fig'J and Plain Lawns Without being in the leut.st'Ctarian. the Insti. JA'PPO'IUE I..a., 1.IarcI&2O.1952. ly
:.i n'Ul linll.Po. tnte will be conducted on rpligiousprinciplesBv ---- A. FB)10n&Op,
;J .' B. FRISKY, EsqGafejjs Ferry Fit.OKO. Jackooets, P.J.li1.3nd.Jjg' Swiss Muslins a most thorough system of reviews 4n4 rzam- WILL attend to any profciUor.a! Lusinl'lI I Boston & GtUlbyf CATESTettlmoxinl TUB '.MAJfS CERTIFI
? {nations 'l to him in.the.! Courts of tblinKtern
CENTER, Esq S>. Augn thje, Fla.JuUje which experience has suggested, the
Principal Sitter himself that knowledge once acquired Circuit, and tW Supreme i'onrta: a from a.Rtffar Plytieian.
. '; ArtfTEELE, Cedar Keys,Fl* Cambrics an J iJftcltwmels plain and checked cannot Ke Idst. Ti"llaia) FCe. lie hue also such fin adant.igcous COMMISSION MERCIIANTS The following certificate of the effieacioos qualities ..
< ; ECq PlUika Fl*. Fig'd Berages Silk Tis.ues, very rich pattern Great inducements are 'offered-!a the of '. of this3Icdi
8. af.l5v, way connection with IIn aUc Lawyer at Wtsking CORNER MT ASB JEFFCRSOX STREETS, <9J>ais/rom regular physician
: PRIEST. Eq. FII'I *. health and beanty of situation-to parents wishingto will and in Colnmbjaou:
Jacrsos Flemingfon, ton City, na ensure a prompt spec SAVANNAH GA.
< Wtdf Bhek! Silk. M\rselir.s send their children from home us no paint will ,
very cheap : PI
.I sucli oUimn Lc ; E GROTC Colambia IE.F
C. 1*. COOPER Esq. Savannah, Ga. anil Florence Silk! of every color be spared in providing fur their comfort ani en. ycollection of as nuiy placedn HI: BOSTOI. | jont n. crtBT. ee,
__ lii hAnds against tIle United States. 2Sth lWt J.
-r.--- Nov.l.1531.
Crape Shawl pi tin ft ad embroidered. joyment.The . ; 3fr.
.. tli5l"iI.tine.ilt be inflf'xitlf'.ll1oogh mill and g'rt.8tL,18 19 ly Egbert : .
f t N"tUJU' I'.iri hid) Gloves,Black and color'd Lace peruanive.The --- -, .-- -_. .._-- Charles E. Dunn, IearSir: I have used three bottles of your la-.
: -
. OFFITK. ThIs cour e cfinstruction includes all the krjnch Oscar Hart SURVEYOR OF TIMBER, faA dian Loxecnst-all succeeding admlrablv. Oee of
JOB FRETTING I )..Silk and LMe Olove.i, <>* of a thorough finished English education, ant the bottles was used in a ease of Chrome Dysyntcrf
Jenny Lind Polkn Jailer, fall for A.TTORXEY AT LAn, PPOINTED by The Governor for Duval county, which bad produced prolapan ani.or protrusion of
I a preparation collcgeclw*
: -
# -
any **
: Bronic-iipped HOOlC!!.Open (tilers EKGLISII STUDIES.Orthography. (Office in the Court House, up stairs,) having been qualified as such offers his servi the reetam. whiojj had baffled all other remedies
froi New York a ani'147 of ee to the public in that capacity.. that bad been tried aijd UICM. not f.1I'
HAVivcf-raeeived wcr* a .
:: ingle Tics, Buskins.slippers, &.c. Reading: Penmanship; Phonnguv.tis \ 7ILL pruclico i int'ue sewral Counties ofv Jacksonville Feb 7. 852. tf Tbo result was a final core with one Len!.. Tour
Type and other material stiitaUe far Jt.b Printing The most approved style Spring Bonnets, : Grammar Gt'OJ1rapby; Ancient and.ModlJ'ft the.Eastern Circuit ofFloritla. and.at. IpiijU Loxeenst is the most positive and certain

we are now prepared to execute at the shortest} no. Do. Children' Hats Silk Bonnets richly ; Rhetoric: k.Keel'hlJt Composition and tend !o the, collection of claims against the U. : -ns.Ia H. Galloway & Co., euro for Dysentery aDd DiarrLcea of any remedy,,.
Lice, all kinds ofPaniS'bleti trimmed and of the I latest fashion lJectltmation! ; Botany; the niLle; Vocal. Menu; States for Military Servjeesand fur Horses lost, f.t VAPN.t11. GA. that I have as yet learned the use ot

: Clrrnlnr French Flo.pt"rich Iljnn RilboLC'nier's rawing.SCIENTIFIC COURSE crotfccr property loatordestroyed by troops in Respectfully, vour ,le,
torr.F.tCTr.F..S MID DE.U.F.U n .
, p. W (.A TO. )1. 1k
: Law HI.."'. Hand Bills Wtnr. Moral said i service Friction Matches in round
r Intellectual and Natural Philosophy; wood Joos..l\larkinl N. B.Send me another
,-%-. llnilnns Card, Show Rills Boot 0 liter, nnd Shoe, Astronomy; Chemistry: Logic; Geology.MATHEMATICAL -\lsoctl1ims for Pensions ofdmUod Soldiers, Ink, Black Writing Ink, and tpa:1I supply immediately.
.. VisitIng Card, Wlkj of Lading.} Ready ms'Je Clot hing,a IIc.lf'nlhl assortment COURSE. Or the Widows and OrphAns of dtce,1IeoISoldit. mar 17_Oil Paste Blacking. _ly : P.W.C.
I LabrU | *' ,'ae., &' every fine. Arithmetic; Algebra; Geometry; Trignnomet-yj; Also, claims for Bounty Litnd to Ifiet"nllnd 1,,.Rtf'\ I. ftrar't. ,
; n7"All bur irw-jf of tri, I;,/.to If paM onJehvfrv. Country uicrcl.mus supplied for ra-l on arte1inJflltlllnration; Analytical Geomcty, soldiers, and the U idows and Orphans of deed. FRT & DUNHAMTACTDllS' Jecksonvfll*. N er. Jf. ]iI'll
-' Juno 1*. term equal to New re.rkrl'icl'lI. The country Differential Integral Calculus.CLASSICAL odiCl'M'and soldiers. Mr. roi".u-Dear Sir: I take pleasure in ex-,

j. _.--- - .-.- pnblic are solicited to call and examine. 0 I sods COURSE.Latin !. will give attention to conveyancing, &HID Dressing to 10.m,' approbation of your Indian,
MERCHANDISE.NEW. and prices. ; Greek German.A to examining Tit'es! ind Il'cordstnd asscrtaininjCcUims COMMISSION MERCHANTS. foxienst as a family meuieme. I have used U wOa,
k; fir:: At tieBrick! Cash Store.L. course of 1.turf1l.m: be deli vcred duf Z to Lands. good succus. Yours respectfully,

I DRUG AND FANCY. B. A1IEn I.\X. the year upon Wnlosobhv and Ch istry. The All bunines entrusted to him will meet with I. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. I. S\,AnT.

I _Jacksonville. March 27th. School will he fnrni-hed with A new set of ip prompt attention; cud all instruments of writing IILNRT R. FORT. T. K. Dt'SII.UI. Front Ret. Jol C Isf.

: G Q -D. - puiratusand will affoni ample r-pportanities will be executed by him with iicatoess.and\! October 50tb. 1852=tf. J.lMJ7riOt.1\'IW. IT, 1831.

SUBSCRIBER is now opening at his!store IYI'CUEN & CO., for becmnivg ftc-ntintc4d.wilh, Science and the I despatch.JacsVsonvniejJan.23slS5l.. -3lr. Poinwtt-This will inform you that for several .

r': : t '.. THE A Oa f'.myth Mm-t BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE., pructinl operation of its laws. tf j. HOLDIE5. years 1 have suffered much at different time*
: OFDRt1.G.SJ'O.IJ.S 1'lie endemic year will be divided into f ur I from CllroJi .:: <*. I jtaretrj your India
t A OESiaun WOULD repectfuHy infunn their customers Ceaeral Commission Uerebaiit. Loxeeust. and received an entire.rali and.bav.
PAINTS the public generally, that their FALL quarters eleven weeks each Students may A. A. OCHUS. no reason to doubt its being permanent. ttliev
STOCK OF enter after the commencement of WAIL STREET NEW Ton" >
; : have arrived and are now any quarter.ri1.be of thorough DIL-I. and porfor- it to be a duty which I owe to the afflicted I
AuD present
D'I jaimuositiy ready for the inspection of tLo o wishing jmrcha o. charged only from the time of their ad, 1NSTUCTOII the Piano and Guitar. wou'd respectfully Will pay particular attention to sate of Yellow youjhi-tcertificate, which yon ean use as your

,. p .F JUt -r : : Good Ajflclrt at Loan Pricrt. misson. announce to tbe citizens of Jacksonville Pine Lumber Live Oak and other Soother Timber think proper- Ifwole-alfo sjy; that ia eoavenrag

selected with great carS in the< city of Their stock consists, in part of Dry floods, oral TERMS: and vieiahy that be will be prepared from tbe and produce, and to order for purchasing with m.nY1l'lIea han .ted.yoII medicine I-bave-.

KEW-YOKK. \anrt every quality and name from silks to kerseys Board soil Tuition including lights,fuel lt of January to afford perfect,ati He incites theattention of Merchant; Phyl- fresh family Groceries. Hardware.Tm ware. Wooden and washing perseussionofS mjMitlis tl2l PO who may favor him with their patronage. JOflrie.LET.
"9 rises, and the C.mwnuitp.tO his Stock. with tho ware, Boots and Shoe Hats and Caps, of the German or}French .. COO ICecommcniations from Col. J. Bruard,and di- 87 H. ROCKENBAUGH,.. Pastor Methodist Cbvseh.Jacksonville. .

assurance that the articles will be found to be fresh, latest styles. Ladies' Bonnets and a variety of serviceable (Payable quarterly, in advance) tingcbhod Pianists of the North. can be seen et any GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT! iipnl:FL4. Oct.1. 1851.

; t. i of prime qu.Uty.ald at as low prices as they can be and/.ncy artioto, which cannot fail to JOB DtY MUDR tlS.EngliivSta.lM4 time. dee 18-tf. 112 Pea.r St., Mw ''or1. Dear Sir-Fomr?time since I was on a visit near.
in any market of the S outhcrn country. suit the most varied tastes ot the and}Iathemalie!. tit 00LpcUuing
Bought, FAIR SEX, who and
place was
yftur suddenly sick.-
OIL Washington Iff. ITCS.ATTORX attention will be riven ta takenvery
S HE OFFUIS are especially invited to call.ALSO. .. the Scientific Coarse 1! C.\RF.Ft'L safca o Your Indian Loxecurt was recommended. The
TOBACCO AND SEOARS.( Latin and Greek n. (itt Y A T LA IV A NT)SOLICITOR R'tcev Sugar Ijamber. Timber and friend that I was
,. CHEWING OLD LIQUORS AND WINES, FINE A scloct assortment Saddles. BruIIe Martingaiis. German or French extra 4 00 IN CHANCES other Southern Prodace. Also,Merchandise purchased I of i ia the boue.vtaitirg and I used happened it, and tohare take plearor abottto

; .S CUTLERY JEWELRY. ,Collar.Ac. Trunks.Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, (Payable quarterly in ad lInc.) AjJ-llAlcS. OLCMBIA CoUITV,Ft', on most advantageous terms. June 19.1, i in jalorming yon that it cured me. I am averse t
and \1 l that I is usually found. A liberal deduction w4.he, made for pupil in JOSEPH GniCE ,
fiC &C- in any store in this IT/ILL practice in the several counties composing fcaimg mYlla/ii4t in print but stall for the ben f;
; country the half of which would )l.e4'too numerous the Primary studies. Mr. Brown is also atk to H the Eastern Judicial Circuit'4erida,Ham GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT of those tha .jnay be.alicted.lon ran pttUiab4lus>
AXD GREEN) to mention.1ITbeir secure the lte"j eI.dalnnlt S'ipcrior German Pianint ,
E'IrS-RLACK ilton county of the Middle Circuit and Levy county if you think illl&tQJy.
T the stock having been selected by one of the should there be sufficient enconrsectncrt to. S5 WATER ST.t7ElY.ORK.STRICT Yours
the finestquality.at as low prices aS same uf tile Southern Circuit; and in addition to his ,with rcfv ct,
; r Of can be acid in the Southern country. firm and one well acquainted with the wants ot emrJ?l.bim. Addrev N. F. 1i1lOVLltefrrrnees. regular professional duties, will attend, promptly prompt attention given to the sale SUSANNAH HARTLEY.
article.' *r C\ ITTTSCT the people of this section, they only savCr to the prosecution and collection of claim'6f every articles of produce entrusted to hill care, Dr.E.Poinsett.Jacksonville. Fla.GXATXLLT .
'F1BIID ) CALL AND SEE, j&: e IIon \"i1larl11IAtI.Re v S It Wynkoop Rev Cart description against the General Government and all orders promptly complied with.
flpdt he thinks. IftU'Y aniet adapted to their being fully assured that none will go away nninitcd Chambers. Capt II 11 Nones.Wilmington ]el.; Pr April 10. 185% IT I April 24. 155% tf HILL. Oct. 20, JSoS].
1: wall and taltes-all 01 which he will be glad to either as, to the quality of the goods or the prices Miller, Bran e ubibjt and leU w.1J&SII. lie will hue. in a few asked for them. Dover Del ; Rev J Rockwell, Brooklyn 1 Y; --- S: N. William Some time since I purchased a bottle frorv,
diye .lint rate N.B.-All kinds ef. Country Produce taken in Hon J Oljphant Dr A E Bnd.l. Medford N J.jtVc'ir. .- BUSINESS CARDS. A.M.Reed, your agent audyave it to ene oij
exchange for goods,at the burliest market prices. .-Thco Hyatt. Rev Thos Cann. Rev I A. C0.11.lIISSlO.Y.lIERClltNT: my negroes that bad suffered very much from a severe
": SODA FOUNTAIN, Again CALL AXD SEE. We charge nothing for Mansfield Wilmington, Pel. L Barrows, And over, R. 1\ BIGGS JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. attack of Dysentery. It cared him. FOOD
A HO WILL KEEP A COI!TANT WrYLY OF showing our : Ma". K M Moore. Satannah. Ga. ULACKSMITII AND MACHINIST.WIWLL afterwards I bad another negro attacked with the
ooels.D. ?. 1852. constantly on hand and for sale a ,cn- disca.,.
.89DAWATER b SrRUrSi M'CUEN A CO. January IT KLSPS same porvhased another bottle an&t., ,
FLA. oral t't( .
; Oct 18. 1851. *, awvrtincnt cured him& .
: of the rery best quaJity 1 and flavor. e Jack cuaville Male Institute, constantly on hand aROCERlES AND IJP.,4> VISIONS, I do not hesitate moment in recommending..
i PAYNE. '
jane 28-tf JOllS M. GEO. II. SHITII & CO., HEV. I. SWART, A. M., 1'fiMijnl. \ ]KEEPS e imortment of OF 705 gin aELKCTIO-S, your Indian Loxectsc to the p..blic..Leln'lh.

AND WINTER AUCTIOyiZEXLVG. *ID CO.U3//SS/Q..V. WROIOHT IRON PLOCGII. and win sell them lower for nth than they t'aa b. most certain remedy Tor Dysentery that I ban ever
NEW FALL MERCHANTS,: Bates of Tuition. Cof his own InIJ1J1tActureore.{ bought elsewhere in the outh. used or board ot If von see proper,you can pab

; O lH Orthography, Reading Defining, Arithmetic and rr.kjndtogether with Cost Country produce taken in exchange at liberal Iisb this. Yours truly.
JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. Slffl Wrought hoe, Chain MlLES PRICE
Penmanship. of eleven weeks pnces.
Bubscribers would respectfully call the at. per quarter $4,0( Dr.E.
i. of all sizes. Howe Shoe, and STORK of Union and Poiijtt.
THE of their friends and customers to theiraewandweU Geography Grammar History Composition, corner Forsyth.street.s.for.many
selected stock of Fall and Winter T lIE SCn.
Dress Gtfods. consisting in part French. English partnership for the purpose of carry ing on the Higher brs.ncbesofan English, Mathematicaland LUMBER CARTS AND WHEELS, jqutilleOJ85L ly DR.E.PVJlETT-8ir: This U to certify thai I

and .Ameriean\Prints, Ginghams: Cbambr., above business, and are prepared to make sales Scientific courie. a*. 6,00 kU si cs, kept constantly on band,' or made to & have been permanently.c r J.of a severe Diarrhoea ,
t White and Colored Mouslms Barred and Striped either on consignment or at suction (on. of the The Ancient Languages, do. 10,00 order at abort notice. Dollner. EC-Potter by the use of your most valaaMe medicine eaptdj
e and French'Merinoes, Brocade Lustrear firm being an auctioneer) Both of the firm are The French Language, in classes, 5.0(1( GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Indian LoieeuM alter suffering fur met* taaol ..
: Do. Enidish Ac".to. together with a large and well_ well acquainted with the merchants and citizens of Drawing and Perspective, 5,00 He is al. prepared to execute with despatch months-with"that distressing dile... lake rs-
Ito k ptBoots and Shoes. JLUtsand Caps.lardwre the interior 'which rives, them the advantage ef Painting, in water color, O.OO my work which may be required at prices which 154$ Frtnt street, earner .MaUf Lame. up stairs, are in recommending year most valuable medicine
t lect.d} and Cutlery of every description; ill making ready sales'of kny goods or.rnerc udil' cil 15.00 isnnot tail tosott all. 116 would only" say to the NEW YORK, to all similarly afflicted.
.l!k. rqitabte for our Southern which maybe sent to them on consignment. Prof. C L DES ROCIIE&S instructs ia French, public "encoanige home industry, as every arti. I remain truly,
fact a general will jle purchased trom him. or made at his establishment attend to all business entrnated'to yours
which they offer for sale cheap for cash They give their attention to making good Drawing and Painting. oct9-y WILL promptly A. J. JOHNSTON.
market short i at credit and inamediatesalca. They would respectfully solicit ,is fully equal to any of the kind procured at *' their care. Particular attention given to
it t country produce.aad friends dr on are respectfully umted to patronage from merchants and tradesmen of MECHANICS MANUFACTURERS AND the North. /,pril 3, J.'%.-lyJT. the sale c fC ;tqn, Lumber Timber and Tnrpan- Mr. Poinsett Formerly Sir For of Jacksonville, N. C.
Planters ;, the benefit of tbaaScted
their sttKik before purchasing otner cities who wish to sell goods in our market. tiuejabo to the paKcbase of goodi.tx"IJbcral .
call and examine assured that they wiU be enabled Any busmen in their line will bo promptly at.tendColi INVENTORS. L. HOGARTH, ( ad\anecs'made on consignments. yon caa.publish the following-I aave1;

I elsewhere 0.K entire.feehcg;satisfaction t. all who'may toot to.Gt.QROE T 1I ShelL 7ii, Copprr Isadotd Zinc ;rorder, Feb %1. 1852._6m had reveucisespf DLirihceion my pUnlathn'
t both as to prices and IT. SMITH the this season; all of vtjch uavebeen cured by
hem with their patronage Th Eighth Volume of :SCIENTIFIC J.cxeo'sviu.r Fr.nutina.TTEEPii .
.) ualitycf their 1Ood' JOHN \. PRICE.ItryrirrscusA AMERICAN commences on the 18th of"8t'rttm. Dying and Renovating Establishment t be use of IOU most yaluabIrnedicine! calJtrJ.:.

S,pt'2S52. B,I, HARRISON A CO. M Reed Fernandez, Bisbee A ber. It it principally devoted to the diffusion It. of TIN constantlv WAItE,on of hand hIs a good assortment S.t J'.iN1\.Altl GEORGiA Indian Loxecust. Yours resr ci full/, "

: p-;- Co. It Boulter A Co Samuel Williams Alsop & of useful practical knowled.e and is emisent- which ho offers on as favorable own terms manufacture all ran I 10 71 Yoik street, rent"of the'Cent,lit, Hie, JyIL rR!-. .

I. m.' 't\t t Bours.Jacksonville,Boston Ounhy.JLaroach, ly calculated to advance the (treat Interests purchased at any establishment of the kinU, Feb. U't) 18 2.

i fcrp ClullT call the'attentfcn.of, E M.Moore A Co Seaborn Jan 10 Goodall Savannah. industry-M'tkanitat, in/artvriitf. tad Ag' Soutn. He is.also roared to execute at short T ADES'SiIk and Woolen Dresses fbawls.Ta- Dear Sir-Son e time since .1I\6"r of my
Jerk&i4i'ilfr.. 1851
WOULD and the public generally to the large fla. tf Ar,icidlgyal-the genius. anti master-spirit; of the notice,and in workmanlike manner, any.article"! XJ his Covers Ac-, cleaned vand Dyed various colon fanjily wd very ill, indeed, witb Marrbcea. I'

4 and complete assortment of nation. SHEET tltoor.COPPER. 1SDO*<1SC. ; Ladies' Bonnets Moaohcd and pressed in a* resorted to several things usually given i for .

FURNITURE Letters on the Climate Soils Productions, efFLORIDA. It is unrivalled ns a Journal of the Arts and His motto is "ruek| i sales and 'small profits"and fashionable style: Kid Gloves cleaned and Oentle- the Disease,bat none of ibent would afford any '

received from Boston. We purpose to cellos Sciences and miintains a high character at be relies on the public to sustain him in his effort Garment*cleaned renovated or dyed.as maybe relief. Your Indian Loxecust, recommended .
1 I jut terms as can be obtained in Sarannah or THIS interesting work ia for sate at the store rl borne and abroad. STOVES of all kinds always on band. Orders required. AH done fat'tht tame style which has by several persons. 1 made-up mind to .'
a* are much cheaper than .Meltory.jr.. and at the "1\ewa'.oltice. themselves from town or country thankfully received and generally much pleased my patrons and friends it and am glad I did *
freights ,
Charleston ,as our Tbe Publishers pledge that the Terms moderate. Orders from the and interior ry very so,*s one Dolt It
Ij to any other port South. baring lumber a number' Tbla of branch re* Jacksonville.Post Office Stappa.wilI Price 25 cents.be taken fur Letters and future ,"olumellsh.\11 at least equal if not sin- punctually attended to. April 10, '52. tf of Georgia. Florida and South country Carolina fleeted perfect.cure. Y -ilJ.plea.e pub- .
els comjof fiu.tla'ballast eondaet by L Id.I FOLSOM.t eag b*easily remitted by letter. pass their predecessor Among the subjects This Side thankfully received and punctually attended to.ar37.ly i bb this-a.sucb valoatU Medici neontbt to
t l wil: be Up with Care.
1 in the bode & ProfeasorFolsom'wUl columns are Civil Engineering, Architecture ,,_ rd ALEXANDER GALLOWAY the ptibti Spread it (stand near in order.
t an xftotrgpcell keep person on band Piano Fortes. Violins O ILS PAINTS AND WINDOW GLASS. Railratd, Bridges Agriculture Implements, that..tlie afflicted may find .1i t. Yo"n.J 1J.lttl. ''

I uitartvAecOrdeons to. and is prepared to furnish Linseed Oil, flaw and Boiled. Manufactures of Metals, Fibrous nnd Textile "l '5581 'ot tNntrsl'aaa WHOLESALE AND It.RAIL UJIA1LBLIT'c.

Ujusie and musical testruments of every quality and Elephant (iiis, superior article for lamps Substances Machinery for the purpose Chtm- Naauvuaa'.zgvHvvti TIN MANUFACTORY TDr.EFcL I
I '.both for the old and new notation to. Castor Oil.Tanners Coloriu &a. SUaDf. ;
description; Processes. ?, SJILItC'NVI:
Wand 12 Barnard ,/. Savannah Ga. 7xcisouvti.i._ .
. getber with Instruction books of aU kinds. Orders Oil. aud< lss Engines Boilers!and #rifacrs, M l lhemttical. jo'rrl i trj joj ;uay J! 'if 'ATIOH 1t II raasussps May -
I This is to it u with
Interior will be attandedtpTOmtl7ALaO.STQVE8 ''. certify much plnsurthd ,
from the 40 boxes Window Glass assorted cizet.4QO Philosophical and Optical instruments I .tq
,'!Different kinds.jonyweOetober Ibf. best BUden Putty ,. Car Carriages rattr.Vheels.find IIZau.puv.'paddqaso! I'K'lIund eq itNO2.ZOd THE Subscriber respectfully invites tbe public I announce to the Public that b...been
2. 18S2. tf of his stock of effectually cured of the complaint"called
lot.'N\flIJtLL. distressing
Mlalow for
For Cash, b, and GrindUg Mills'Powers PliiningMjckines"
STORE. JOHN M. PAYNE. Tools for Lumber, Brick Mnchincs.'Faruinpr, 'x0I1JnW' AWL4: .11llqOU ( 4, Plain and-Japaaad T WiTh, i Dytentery by the highly recommended (
CHEAP auZ 21 Druggist Fire Arms, Electricity. Telegraph Surgical Jo j, p;'d sqirtM .J ij4 poop which. is constantly uannfitctariog.# :Person remedy if,.Ur.'E'PoinsetL 1 hac{,resorted tomany.tblnjs
mIlE nnaersignedbavingtikenlbeTrjrwEjor? -pa.rnHIi visiting Savannah"will do.welV examine anytock'previoua ,but cf no avail; 1 w!s induced to *
1* owned by J. .11oLXES..peotlutly invites the URNER'8 tiAUsAPARlLLA two qt Instruments, &0, beeides ClaimeofAfi the Pa. uooq* cm doJ{ .J ijanoj 'ijj Surqsramjioj IlmJ1lJ to punjLufng; elsewhere. try hIs very palatable and pleas:mt Medicine, *
attention of the public to hit well selected stock of T Bottles; Townsend's do.; Ayer's Cherry tents, Reviews, Ngtices of Dew In *ntions, A. AJ A;j qi JMTnrq[ iwijvp oq 's) (nm juwrorp'rn Bathing Tubs Shower Baths, Hip Batbs aa.d and to my great satisfaction was omnletelv
both fur Country and City trade, raerican and Fprei n. The work it in form for jo*Jpoiaoaeinba .oj strjtd on pajd 3ai!>'q Sponge Baths. .khigParor.and Office Stoves ; *
Goods adapted Pectoral Bnl'im of Wild Cherry.-Just ., cured within a few days and h'D'of. -b; .
call ana examine his stock binding,contains. tertral hvnlrtd Knrevigt pits'eldoad(< 'H;jo ijirsm ;qi unrob fa
? cpuijpsuirq
,, woatd do well to p ) ovrioussiies and most approved patterns.::
c., bpyers celved and for sale ._).PAYNE troubled, since with that so muchdrcadedcjic.ease
Consisting of the by bundled patter 01 aor)Aiosqo pn .iwaa4a 2utA jiMOtjd
elsewhere. of
before purchasing over fguf pnges printed and uioJj,, 'Hollow"wire of every description; Enamelledand "
following assortment& of staple and fiancy Dry )110 .- Druggist. a:gr.loualDdu. Nearly all the wdnable Pa. AO{1* Tinned Sauce Pans; Preserving Pans Revolving ., -0

. OoodvHardwar and Cutlery Boots and Shoes, JUST RECEIVED.\ large and rtegunt lot of tents which IMPS weekly from tbePatent Office 'ssKtKruossjv aur' HYAi ind'oflur Waffle Irons,'&e-.-Ao. Cutlery and Jam happy tosay other im edintecures n'te

Hats aDd Csps.; Musical Instruments aDd Perfumery gencraj tl Hams.. tShooldert, Sides Lard, and many are illustrated.witb Engravinf in its columns jo tpar*. fit Tlf* laApsauqjdJns aw Leap 0ntM{t Britannia Metal Wan Fore Pumps Well Pumps come undrr'.. own obaerrafun within a few
and Brushes & Beer .Well..Wheels Bran and :'Pewter
FaDcy SOaf.Co'flb$ thus the ){ ((114f4Cd2flOC| sq( O1..cn..a' 'Pumps; ; !dajj.: 1 CBeerfully add ujteite the already
njqudA '
Toyabd "aDeI Articles. Also a' other necessary articles for family use, and for making papers per pet tcb&, \ Faucets Coupling, Valves 10. **.'. Copper
I large UIOnutODt stock or elegant sa&uea Bridals... Wood sale III U13)) II. T.TITUS.OMETllINc teal Eneyelopedia for future as,.1fe. as present eqijo a01W111w. 'q, 1ft; Cpjped.as'ILYU3T3It a'IlOf J. Steam and.Av.tS t'Pipe,.and,ad other copper ftreat amount of testimony,witb regard te your .

and Crockery \are. a tne selected stock of fine reference. // d -a '3a IJAlWSIVJ workexceitted, .with. dirpatch..' I .Valuable, Medicine. I am.-mpectfullyte..
Groceries and Prpruioiir I1.E.W, CLARK. ; 'fu'RA-I'bare 'on band a Valuable Premiums are offered.1 the Larerst toj AU,,.on:isle, M.UEAKN.Jr.ToE.PoinsettF.sq. .
tmto 'rr1ri"Noihl1V
, "nor 4 ,* : Bay Street I O choice eoteotion of Segan. consisting In partof List of Subscribers to this \ It II MINERAL PAINTS; .
nul.upmu SILVER'S "
the following braneli t'La Ferneiaia OdoriA published weekly bl MUNN & &,'sftbeirFatenl4ftcy ... ernelOU.Ir jAnsosTint, E. F,'August 13tbWDear t
; .
Fresh ArririiH.ned fete Havana CberooU Manilla Cheroots,'whichwi& :O/ic<,ns Fulton Street, New 'AUOUcl&t 'II 1' re and weaUier proof colors unfading; 5 cetpound. Sir: Tbis will inform 1Ob' ihison.Lt2hf1urMcd1clbettiilhidIeoTxn .
meired afresh J.U. PAYNE. .
t baa Utelj butl4chtlp. JOHN J.. MAURICE.
mUt & York. Leas-
W.'F .J- supply l .f bngs,PatcU. Oil, &.among Jaa 1 _" Druircest.TODND. ,'TERMS.I .' ( JUST RECEIVED: Savannah. May 9,183._-Jl. "IT .. IfnDatib1'1,
wca. beiDnnedand Lead Lamp and .-A Plank Boat about :feetlong 8 copy, one year: "$2 1 copy mo. ilAtwiTS -AT THE CHEAP-CASfTSTORE} OF D. M'CUEN & CO., gross ot.$.n",. t'c uffirrjstyjt
t1 ,nit'ZIIIG Faint-WbHe part J., feet Beam and sharp and both ends, 'lohoomurrtge& &JYAltlcc.1 ider I' noe1t "). fltlt o'f' 1'o1"'lIjI con
.1 H. A in
er's Cherry. ?PCtOTaI ix & .- T .TITUS.. Npd1rnpdesBlabe. Co'Ey stret7akionvi11e $
WUtaVt No. I JodI.IeFotUSa Wild, Cberry) OibUvdi Wild .Tbeowoeresnbssekerby proving prop- 'Ldopieib. no *4 10 eopi*.15 mo $15. t\ 'BAtr-BARRELS best'Oaaase. 'Tie ; J'1a. : ." plaint, and lake'fi./ pleasure iarrewiB nd.iBf .
J 'r..giueriPL1litoken-th Blftm ,ftrtalet friend, sn4vithgehaL.CIIIIISTOPIIER, tO' do '(do .$g 19 4q do 129 nJ\.f.v30 Hit Hard Bread.Boston CracBO.YS..llJtOP..AN.8an."Ud \.A keep on ha'nd"'i'reperal assortment ft it to tbe public. ; Bjfpjte raU yelirs..
Bsrmods Arrow Root Oxygenated .c:4 T4bo&h1&D.. 20 'do* do '2i |\' coarse Ooods Orocerles Provisions Hunan. 8. .rEL'UNVU.'
flwniD Southern'D and Western LADIEVU.NUZS8 CUXTEBS uperior ual Cutlery Sadlxry.:* -&It which they invite tU To Mr.E.Poi..tt .
: Win ibe belt ttnody for DU- Ofcpe It ." 'Udie> Linen c. attention .
Gi.ce'1 Oalters 4e.A
Sltur and '
8eEanegarsIlA of their Crieadi the pabfio
taken far renerelly/ '
DOW before tb* p1IbUo.AD Stamp -
CUd DeWlUT UQU1fd'P.t =
pttet Anything Usually kept in the Itor" ol"tbo
,IBT stiPEalORlotot shOuld be town
Segan. jastreXX
1.I011dt.e4.JOUN the
*. and Store of } can always be bad at.their. ore.\'Call'aad examIn -, AND"HIS"MARSHALS by
Drgiet. ceifed at Dreg Fancy August IM832. ,Abo. >\t.'II' J ll J work,
..p" .' JOHN large assortment of f .., jMee'5't.l. R.vJ DUdadley. This latefMtfas. .
p25. ILPAYJJE.IOO =. Brandy Brandy Biandy.AKOTDEPk SUpERIORW1M AND BRANDJES, L-- beautifully fcdvad.U fcr sal* kraprS "
BLAVZ DEED vintsge of"23. In bottles together wtba) new TEA TEA I 'iTBBtLECHASSS A TINEOAH. .
OFFICE. BlaakJuly LDSJ- POTASH-Just received and supply ot that Kuperior 014. oT Tahurore./ 'Hardware nppl -.
'VCRSA.tE. at the NEWS Crockery GUuiware. TU8T received an extra Sue attic of Oreea. and e
JJ DroAs Leant the couveyance of Ix ts, femurs. for sale by. J.U.P.\"NI ,just, -received, amf for'mvviy sale by '\e.-tb. Shout ever offered here,, which win si'Black Tea and for sale by > '.0 :. JOBEXECUTED l'RINTING

.z4Beal fUt( 01 rrcry descriptkm. 19 .fj 10 Drajjist .p2. JOn' ., be sold cheap, for easb. jane Hi jan 1 J.U.P.EDru t, AT THIS OFFICE
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