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

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clrctcfr l ottrJ1.To in taking frankly,before Europe; a peel j.. f&iscellanfous.From o S .. S scenes there,was a considerable I : -- r, f ia-I iBiMg-' .
tion of parvenu-a glorious tile when it ; came sightt t
... Spanish fnnktt /which:' muld '
at foot
nOM THE 803T01 POST. comes from the free .suffrages a th.N.w YorkTribaos., been, ;
The Bfg Bellied'BottleTHAT people. great S The Jfew, Empress,of) the, French. priety very AmerjcauJUdies-abating: to the; ,sense of : up to ,th...'
LIES ON THE SHELF. Thus obliged depart from the- lAke : 1d fnesdMyB
precedents J.f 8*,* Countess i
Hi* dcartotbla, heart!is the bottle' rf brandy followed even to the present day, We' are in possession'of some' interesting a niatnmonUl! establishment pmenour dit botl ream. m.; I

When fond rt collection present it to view, my,marriage became but a private affair, : i details in tLoryothebidfwlioas ; : obtain:- 'Once ke 'eivt.d' the 'D k 1t'ocb Kmtaal

That stood in the cupboard so neat a&d so and their remained only to choose a per is officially announccd/'was to be,:unit, O.tni" te hohesf grandest Spain ; ,
!'land/, son. She who has become the ,object of ed to Louis Napoleon by"civil act on tie he decline 4 ft !10!... l in yn. t
With iti neck my preference is of high birth-French 22d, and by religions rites on:the 20th. of this scheme,she received the. afriendJy-' .
tiperrd offand its ben/of blue* in heart, by education and remembranceof host month., These'details we' hate received a jou noble of Castile,and was reached '

The old; ttage 'valla now are cnraWJDg' in blood shed by her father in the cause from a foreign gentlemen who is engaged"to.marry him: .' But .she ; stood; 'bU,
pieces of the Empire. She whom I have chosen perfectly acquainted with the facts and not hdp'Jlirtmg at the same. ,time; .
And, whom am oM, sooo mast ernmble 1 raf i has, as a Spaniard, the'advantage of haTing persons question;I and they may be relied i once; when this yoflugrnan was.. in out his'head: .
: no relative in France to whom it on.as authentic. drawing; room, she went so far in her pp D rrtn :
13stL, I I-every woejud embitterment censes, might be necessary to give honors and Senorita Engenia de Teba, or as she is l quetryVith another t that the former a've ii.-daP :'
When I think; .on) the bottle that stood on the dignitaries. Endowed with all the qualities more usually known, M'lle. de Jlontijo, rant for her hand: seized a chair and His- '
I' ..hlrJ I ITbeblgbelhistl of soul, she will,be an ornament to is' the daughter of a nobleman who belonged it at her head, said i with.ihe most aston -
bottle-tie taper necked bot- the throne, as in the days'of danger: she to one of the" mtwtrvntinent .families brious tpkhets, that he would not, s greater," II '
o tieTb would become one of its most courageous of the Spanish aristocracy, that of .her for the world.The \1Ir\filbl ; { ::c: no power' }.. ,

.>,.,bottle. of brand/ that stood on the shelf; supporters. A devout Catholic, she will Palafox, and who: distinguished himself ed: by the last: objects of her: attenti ; "AsTic ogTt: I .
address to Heaven the same prayers as in the'civil war of 1823, under the title and two or three duels were the .eoincide.... ". 'I
TLe loosely corked bottle, I held it a treasure, myself for the welfare of France. Good of the Count de Teba. At that time he quence. The result of all these t of : seemed i! -

Forotten wben' wear/1 came: from the field, and gracious, she will revive, I have a became acquainted with Miss\ Maria Kirk- ing eccentricity, and of all these 8 COB*' on I
IJfoaixi it tbe source of an exquisite pleasure, firm hope, the same position of the virtues patrick the dashing and handsome daughter and of otters quite as notorious, ; his laeit.. :
Such pleasure as brandy and weariness yeld! of the Empress Josephine of a Scotch gentleman who held the post that it would have been little less and sel J .
The ardent" seized it, and has til/ bringing I come thcnMcssicurs, to say toFrance of Consul of the U. States at Malaga. A impossible for M'lle Montijo to over, is*
Some spice from the closet, I mixed mo a that I have preferred a woman whom I love affair and a romantic marriage was the gentlemarof her own rank in Spain. 1 possess*, t
bowL love and respect to any unknown ladv. consequence.: The new-made Empress is For three'or four years .past M'lle.\ I desire' to-.. ;
And soon w&s weariness' changed into sing- whose alliance would have brought advantages the daughter of this Spanish grandee and Montigo las been wont to spend the Vanomtern,- ,
ing, mingled with sacrifices. Maria Kirkpatrick, who is still living, a ter in Paris, where her conduct has felt himself: ,

And the(:nst of toy labor was washed from Without disdaining any one, I yield to widow, and who accompanies her daughteron much more circumspect than at ,!I .x. ., 1
:mfoul, my feelings ; but :after having consultedmy her present visit to Paris, where she Still, she has never gained an entry: slacken bi* !
By the big bellied bottle-the taper necked reason and my convictions.I has appeared under the title of Countess the aristocratic circles of the 'rain. H.
bottle, short, in placing independence, the do Teba. After the marriage, in 1823, St. Germain. But she was and hotaes,
The bottle: of brandy that stood on the shelf! qualities of the heart, and family happiness the death of an elder brother conferred for this exclusion by the cordiality that-b.
above the dynasty of prejudices and upon the Count, along with a score of which sh) was received at the Elysee, ,&nUi cad '
How sweet fi ra the thin crystal brim to receive the calculations of ambition, I shall not other titles, that of Montijo, by which I by the profound impression she to ;get,
it, be less strong because I am more free.- name, since her first appearance in fash- upon its master. From the first she i neDce .f- I
Aslturned up re/ finger and moistened m/ Ere long, proceeding to Notre Dame, I ionable life, the daughter, has been generally spired Lttiis Napoleon with an : 'matters-: t
lips, shall present the Empress to the peopleand distinguished. She Also inherits a passion, vhich justified! her resolution :was i that
Rot a fountain of diamonds could tempt me tolete to the army. [ handsome fortuue, her independent income become hiJ. wife and bLare the glories .which
it, The confidence they have in me assures being something like 30,000 a destiny hal: in reserve for him. In of his-;leg* -
NornhI the.coM water that lit'S un.ler !hip'! me of their sympathy towards her whomI year. The father died some years since, dance witt this determination, she 'exhavst:

And still though in Maine is wy new situation) have chosen; and jou, gentleMen,after leaving two daughters; the elder now ly rejected other proposals without rC ho covld..
And although 'iis a good one for g&thcring learning to know her better, will be con- wears, marriage, the title of Duchess to their magnificence. It was i I happened; j '
pelf, inccd in this also. I havebeen directed of Alva and Berwick, than which the reported at Paris a few months ago, tJ! the LeydeB. .,

As Tune/ reverts! to the ruby temptation, by Providence. Spanish nobility can boast nothing more her reply tc; his protestations of love : in sight" .
I sigh for he boille that stood on the .ho1r. elevated. been : "Prince I am of too good a fa he called '
For some years past tbe Countess to be mistress and"if the 'to kb' I
Fur the bellied bottle young your :
big the corked
bottle Bishop Ives's letter of Resignation, de Teba or Montijo, who is now about be not exactly: true in fact, there is out of
TO TOE DIOCESE OF N. CAROLINA. twenty-five, has enjoyed at Madrid the doubt that it is in spirit. Latterly ; 'ViI.
The gurgling blue bottle that stood on the
shelf! ROME, Dee. 22!, 1852. reputation of an exceedingly woman. attentions of the lover have increased out to me
Dear Brethren : Some of at least Tall, graceful of statuesque symmetry of zeal, and the position of'the lady in me a lci
you, person, with luxuriant auburn or rather Court has been more marked than \ !" stand still
JACKSONVILLE\ ? ] : are aware that office for years, doubts of the red hair, a pale complexion, which has She was the heroine of every festival : ; walling
validity have
my as Bishop, at
I S times harassed mind and latterly stood iu need of a little rouge, during the recent excursion of the own hcese :
Thursday, February 17, 1&;)3. action.my At other greatly time it enfeebled is- great electrical eyes of a brown FO deep to Compiegne, she stood at its head as /; Heaven' .
my and mdicut to for black rather X. i- -
circumstances pass bright, particular star of the imperial : may
true have arisen to overrule :5
Addrcssof Louis Napoleon Announcing I these( doubts, and to bring to mind long and aristocratic features, a large but miration, and there was not wanting there, .but
my '
relief. equisitely sculptured nose, a lovely mouth : who predicted her marriage with : shall be out" .
But it has been
his Intended Marriage. temporary only and teeth dazzling whiteness, she is a typo Still the lover hesitated. lie adored, able to over -
for in
The mail last night brought us LouisNapoleon's abandon temporary the, reading, spite and of the resolutions:use of Catholic to- of admirable beauty, which a languid and worshiped! yet he didn't come up to I
address: iu regard to his intcu- Uase air hardly diminishes. Endowed mark. But the Countess was not pale'lte
Jul marriage. I books; in ppitc of earnest prayers with uncommon wit and spirit fiLe She is skillful this ,
and entreaties that God would speaks aged. too on actress to new i
On Saturday, lhe22d ult., various functionaries I mind against the:distressing influence protect my cf French, English, Italian :and German withas at fault in such an emergency. She ," bow- ,
of State presented theinschcs at much fluency as Spanish. A proficientin nounced the approaching departure to/do '
Catholic Truth and in of
the TuiJerics, to receive from tic Einpcrjr ; spite public and exercises of strength and address, she herself and her mother for Madrid. ea&i **aIia. -.,... 7" _. -
the of his private professions and declaration, whichin ridcs with the boldest and drives I ". t, ,
announccuicut iiarriage At times of doubt I four inLand result was the proposal of marriage, Tb ,, : 5
noon, the Senate and members of the suspended sincerely I with the most skilful.At appointment of the day, the '. leg,"' # : ,
made to shield f-
Corps Le:ri-lati\c: together with tile myself : ia suspicion and Madrid it was the habit of our heroine to the Ministers and the world that I be. '1 .. ,
win back the confidence of diocese
(Council (,1' State, met in the Salic du my to bid defiance to public opinion as Countess was to be his wife, and no easy mat, >
which had been well lost.-in
Throne, and awaited the .Irrinl cf the nigh spiteof I the whim might seize her. She used to ere this the lionne of Madrid and :did ,so at -
Emperor. The ex-king,Jciome, wearing ations all this which, and would of many rise other"consider before appear alone in public, driving her own grand daughter of the former U. S. } 1 him ,in, 5 ,
the uniform (.f Marshal of France, peatcd the up of me, as carriage. She had a separate establishment sul at Malaga has become Eugenia from' Uae't ,

liimsclf to the right of the Throne, and mind necessary to be carried consequence forward in sufferingmy the direction in her mother's palace, in\"itingand of France. It is said that gipsy once 'Si'S if so it may-
Lis son, Napoleon} Jerome, in citizen's in which doubts these- receiving company without consulting her dicted that fho would be elevated to !' the innate -

dres!!, occupied a similar neat on the left; doubts would again my return with pointed'increased, mother, and often refusing access even to throne, after the fashion of the so great ;: :.\'
the Ministers, Officers of State, and members her reJat \"cs. Once her mother forced prediction of the Degress Josephine. with f ,,_
and almost
of the Imperial Household, were overwhelming vigor; goading her door, despite the remonstrances of the remains to be seen how far the future : .' He I r
at times to the borders of dcrangesnent.
grouped around the Throne. me very servant, who protestedjhat the Countess complete the parallel between the \\ and stoop*!. t ;< .

By and by the Duke Cauibiceras en- -- wanted to be alone. To her great amazement of the two Xap lcon!!. j the springs < l;+. ., j,
Under these I desired .
tcred from the apartment of the Emperor, temporary the found that her daughter was .. .. In an i.. & "
relief from duties that had become --- .
with the announcement>nt of his 31aj.ij.ty ; so missing. For twenty-four hours the young ? : Wodea- 1 i
and determined I
on which ciiJuant Louis Nnpoleon entered disquieting to.me, to ac lady did not appear, and when she returned The Cork Leg. out ,',' ..""'
l'OwpanyJrs. lve- whoe healsh demanded -
awl taking Li).cat on the Throne, cooly informed her afHctcd parent : .am last! ', "'>
proceeded to read the address as follows : a change: of climate, in a short who had loudly expressed her fears that lIe who has been at Rotterdam \ shape of ..
absence abroad. Butabstnce baa brought there had been an elopement, that she remember a house of two stories '*sake- '
EMPEBOR'S ADDRESS.Mcuttun no relief to my mind, Indeed J, the doubts :"
been away on an errand 1 stands in the suburbs just adjoining } fainting! .
:-I assent to the wish so that disturbed it have grown into clear On another occasion, the whim takes basin of the caual running between pieces f-- _
cften 'expressed by the nation, and come and settled convictions; BO clear and settled her to pay a special compliment to literature city and the Hague, Leyden and othe1"places. gT011 I '"
to you (o announce my intended: nuptials. that, without violation of conscienceand and her carriage stops at the door of I say he will remember it, for artist, '
The illiance contract is not in accordancewith I honor, and every obligation of dutyto Senor Escosura, one of the most prominent -I must have been pointed out to him hardily .'

the old,political tradition, and therein God and Ills Church, 1 can no longer of living Spanish authors, who was having been once inhabited by the ScazftJ,. I. '-,.
lies its advantage. remain in my position.I some years since a Minister of the Crown. ingenious artist that Holland ever produced upon his:. 5 -
France, by its successive ,revolutions, am called upon, therefore, to do an "Good morning, my dear sir," was: her to say nothing of his! daughter i strained '
has CTCr abruptly severed! herself from act of self-sacrifice, in view of which all salutation to the astonished litterateur, the prettiest maiden ever born within : after the .

the rest of Europe. Every enlightened other self-sacrificing acts of my life are "I have come to breakfast with you in heariag of ,the croaking of a frog. It is : ,running ,J '
Government ought to peek to lead her less! than, nothing; called upon to sever order t3 Lave a talk on literature and poc not with the fair Blanche, unfortunately : :buffalo,. '
Lack within the pale of old monarchies; the tics which have been strengthened by try." A few weeks later Eseosura gave that we have at present any thing to da; : I .and *. "
'bat this result will be more certainly at. long years of love and forbearance, which a dinner to a number of literary men, artists [''it is with the old gentleman: her fat hcr.- exhaus. 1
tained by. a just and straightforward policy have bound my heart to many of you, as and actors, at which the Countesswas His profession was that of a surgical instrument t. -
< than by a royal alliance, which create make my heart bleed as my hand tracc other )lady as dupcrone. She was the rested on the admirable skill with which ; yet set, -
false security, and often 'subtiute family : the sentence which separates: all pastoral life of tbe party, making speeches and he constructed wooden and cork 1cg'l.-' : wen ar '
interest for those of the nation at large relation between us, and conveys to yon giving toasts with the loudest. Among So great was his reputation in this department :: immed&1 1 ,
Beside, in this respect, examples of the the knowledge that I hereby resign into the guests was a third-rate French actor, of human science, that they : drinking: S
past, Lave Irft in the spirit of tLc people your bands my office as Bishop of North named Laferriere, who had had great success whom nature 'or accident Lad curtailed, as. thcj -
superstitious feelings. Carolina; and further, that: I am deter in Madrid. lie was from the Theatre caricatured, or disappointed in. so wry i ataxana J.
.It: is not forgotten that for seventy mined to make ny submission to the .Historiqne! in Paris. She took a fancyto necessary an appendage the body, came was1
years foreign princesses bare ascendedthe Catholic Church., him,and had a long conversation with limping- him m crowds, and, however for; ,
steps of the throne only,to see their addition' (my feelings will allow me him. When'the time for leaving came, desperate their'case might be, were very to th.
race dispensed, and proscribed by war or only to say,) as this act is earlier than "Well," said the,Countess, "my carriageis soon (as the saying is) set upon their legs 'same, '
revolution. any perception of my own, and antedates,. here, and I will take M. Laferriere to again. Many a cripple, who had looked wat be., : "
,Only one woman has seemed to bring by.some, months, the expiration of the his hotel. The young man was a little upon his deformity as incurable, and 'Good :1.",
happiness-to live :more than others in time for which I asked leave of absence, abashed, such ,a courtesy from such a whose only consolation consisted in an Woden., .
the affections of the people-and this wo- and for which I so promptly received from Lady: but she insisted, and they departed occasional hit at Providence for having ?* '

BjanJ; tho modest aid good wife of Gen. member of your body an advance of salary together. trusted! his making to a journeyman,found .ia&al-.. '; .' .
Bonaparte, iras'not of royal blood. I hereby renounce all claim upon' the M'lle. de Montijo was also great sports himself so admirably fitted, so elegantly -c&".'_ ':,

Itmust be. admitted, however, that in same, and acknowledge myself,bound, on woman, and very popular, of course, propped up by Mynheer Turningvort, that 'prayer*:.
1810 the,marriage: of Napoleon the first an intimation of your ,wish, to return among the,terreadors, or bull-fighters.: he almost began to,doubt whether a .timber : rushed :
'wth'MaHaLotisoJwn!! ''a great event.. It whatever yon may have advanced to me She was!! present at all the 'bull.t ghti in or cork supporter: was' not, on the ': .. ,
wa'a guaranty for the future, and a real beyond, this 2'2d day of December. Madrid,:where she used to'wear the most whole, superior ;to a: commonplace and i ;
satisfaction {fr the national pride to see- With continued affection and esteem, I magnificent costume of a'MaJ 'de SeviUa; troublesome one of flesh aud blood. And .set f
tKc:ancient! and illustrious Louse of Austria pray you to allow mo still to subscribe something like that of'M'lle,Soto in the ;in'good truth; if:you had s ea how very : lcued..

,'V'bic"h'Laa: So'l l long been at war with myself. ball of the same; name at Niblo's.. but handsome : delicate, were the ,understandings i there, .
us' solicit aa alliance of the elected'. chief Your faithful friend, etc. much more characteristic ,A very large I fashioned by the skillful artificer did not '

of'the New, Empire. '_ ,L. SILLDIAN IVE: and high comb at: the_ top?, of the head, I Vou would have, been puzzled to .settle \ 'I
:Howj; 'on ',the 'other 'hand-under the LuS with wreaths of roses falling each Bide., the'question yourself, the 'more esp pw
last |cigti-bad: theamourpropre! of the &*The Colunb.&tth5Carolcn4'afl: mixed with tbe hiar j' profusion\ of diamonds cially if your real toes' were tormented : : wilds -

country fa, suffer when the i inheritor of : that the President,of the,Senate, i in necklaces, bracelets and rings; avery with gout or corns., I-
the crown vainly sought for several! 'years says the Senate and House of showy and.tight waist, Clow in the S .,One morning, lust seMester' Turning :horrid -
toaltf, hUnselfwila; a / oter gn. house, the presence of ,j neck, and with:ban: arm;,:a very short fort.was giving.the last polish to ,a ,calf : i ; to"b* ,
a dtaodfttjeiigtl'a Frbccss, accomcompluhed I Representatives;on :Wednesday, inst, I skirt, open-worked kings white coloredtmbroiaeryand and aDele, a' messenger entered his studio, : "orE -

no'doubt,but of a second rate :.opened and, counted tha rotes given by, very'small 'embroideredslippers. (t& speak'eW ieaI11l) and requested thathe I .wh
rink, and of,different :Upon:_ the Electoral Colleges of the States of theI.Tnicn When she appeared in the i cir; would immediately'accompany hint to : : -

MVhcn, miLe' (scoot old Earvpc/oD:8: for President.and Vice" .Presidentof i cus. he wasf sainted brail the tomadors, the mansion Mynheer' Von Woden- U. .'. ; It
is borne, by,,the forco.of'.new:principles, i the United States and. declared'FrankHa aJexobnged5withthenr'tb{ :most cor- blo k. It was a:manaionoftbe richest i Jlo .;-_,
to the height of ancient dynasties, it is dia\ greetingsi'To, thecCountess, ;de merchant Rotterdam; so the,, artist'put : in r. -
not by an liquating. ow?, escutcheon, and Pierce, ;Prea&n'Olect.and,-- ... ..,. .- .William), ...... Teba, I dedicate my love and "prow,ss!1" oahisbest! wig f,and, 'set''forth, with bis : ;: a" .':;':
sftckipg to introduce.himself at any price IL King the Tice PrefJdcnUlccU, they would exclaim I *"wafting: kisses towrtIthe5youngiadr. three cornered hat in one hand, and'lilasilezhesded ; i ; edf ,
- .., "BfaTO Antonio N- stick in7 the tber.,1&:so .
j iota the family of Jdngf,',that on. makes *' J I' .. : ; : vuWbg "; ;
himself accepted., It is much 'athtrbi ,BSTTba number; sl.&reeicent-piece; : ; Bravo,-Josel J. WelTfoagbt! mr ..boys/ happened that Mynheer Yon Wodcnblock i i act' : ,,',, -
always keeping one's origin in the remembrance in circulation is estimated at.four.. mil and ther wordsof the. most, liberal, approbation had been yerjf laudahly employed,, ; few 1 : : : : 'goodc ,

in preserving one's character and li 0111.. were the answer. .In all such days,'I before, in turning a poor relation out : I f aa&: 5- -?,:

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:, : -- ,1! Dlsmeffllermcnt' of 'Florida. Qrah ni Magazine, Jt: Counting the Electorfal
: tnay they never again appear a mechani' c__ : : ** ., i I **' -."' -\ "* -.fin 'V te.
daD like Tarniogvort to supply us with < .*$ '
cork substitutes of: !o awful aud mysteries <*' CONGRESS. I W:.:Icarna project ,is in gitatfon at> number thislixcellentMonthly The two Houses of Congress were engaged .

a In the Senate, Monday, a bill extending Tallahassee for dividing the State)of Florida for March, 1853, there is an able andmanly on Wednesday last, in the .

power., .. and amending the laws granting pre- ,. JLt is proposed by tbe.advocatesofthe article, headed the "British Slave duty enjoined
vsavTbt TI emption rights on unenrveyed lands, was. plan, to unit 'tb: t portion of thcStatelying which exhibits the condition ofa : by Cc&stitttioa; of opefifog
Georgia Home Gazette. taken up, debated and passed. west of, the Cbattaboocbee, river to;>> I System ,. the certificate of.tbe Electoral Colleges,

I ft 3"5 Mr.' Douglas submitted a. resolution Alabama, and that portion !lying between i! large portion of :the population} of the and counting the! ..vofcl for4,President .iact 1Vi'ce

The Gazette is an excellent family calling upon tho President to communicate the' Ohattahoochee"andlSuwanneerivers i British'Isles as the most ignorant', degraded { President. the United"-States.::-* I

Southern newspaper, published in Columbia copies of the correspondence, &c., of to Georgia, the ballance to constitute)the i and brutalized in Europe. The proofs This datI ia performed the' '
Mr. use, when negotiating with the Nicaragua future State of Florida. apprehend : ty PresJkfcirf
Georgia at two .dollars per annum. establish. this well-established fact, are
of the Senate- ia, the
Government. Adopted.The the.'project will meet with oppofeitiont -: presence, of,tin
'copy from the' last number a short joint resolution affirming the doctrine -: : and that nothing will come'ot it..-;. not songhtv:for in books of travels or the Senate and House'of RopresentaTei For'

addresflo itaJ readers, and we sincerely of Monroe: s taken up.: Mr. Cle- JACKSONVILLE. : ,'Albany; :Patriot '-' '- ': romances of sentimental philanthrophists, this purpose, on Wednesdiy, the Pre 'J

hope its readers :will be multiplied abun.danUy mens delivered and eloquent speech of an : i- .5 From a v very general'expression of opin- but are found i in the \"oliing'dctai1s: oC dent of tho Senate- feni Mr
4 .Atcbi-
hour, against the policy of taking Cuba, Saturday, February 10, .1833. late- pro :
;: ion on this subject, to which we have statistical writers and Palimentary Re.
son, accompanied the
by Senate
acquiring it by purchase or other =- proceeded
i, ? ffomcGazcttc this way. lIe was content to wait with Mr. PLANK ItOAD IEETINo.-'T: .e'stockholders put'to a vote'three-fourths of the voters ports. according to previous joint resblutwoto
"Theqergia: appears Soule till it should come t.oU$after a successful ,To compare ,the comparatively happy the Hall of the
week in,a new .;and. elegant dress attractive of the Jacksonville! and Alligator of Middle Florida would be found in Eeprescntatmt. that

'in ,appearance and greatly improved revolution )by the Cubanos, because Plank Roid;; Company:will) 2OC* at,. 12. favor of uniting that: portion of the:State condition of the 'well-fed and-well. clad body being in session, and in readiness to
he knew that ho and the Senator
the former series. This arrangementhad to Georgia. By Middle Florida our.readers slaves of the Southern States, to that of receive the Senate
the 1 of antLcn tL.-
over would both be cold in the and for- o'clock to-dari tit parpens (organizing in ..presence
b11IUIC at much expense, and with grave ,will always understand us .to mean the half-starved, naked and degraded
Director population of both House -
the revolution election of the eertinycales
gotten before was commenced *>j the the 'section between the Suwa'nnec and ,opened
view,to render,our paper more worthy l ofthe British factories and mines
of a the increasing patronage of the\ ub1ic. much less completed. lIe dwelled Several Delegates, representing the the:Apalachicola,rivers.-Georyian.All .. ; and counted the votes,Messrs.; Huntor -

, Our .list .is constantly and steadily progressing with the utmost severity upon of the extremes :stock holders in Charleston and Savannah, 'a mistake, Messieurs.\ The peopleof would heresy complimentary to the ,-'of the Senate','and Jones and Chandler -

.. In all we have the into which the doctrine progress in attend and there is. indication Florida abide : former: and yet the titled ladies-of Eng- of the House '
.-: quarters would force this nation. lIe was confident are :incc, every arc content to I together. acting as Tellers.

:','.1: highest urardecf good will.assur. that a hundred Cubas could not induce of a speedy commencement of the None of ,them will; probably 'live to seethe land can avert their eyes from the real The canvass showed for Franklin Pierw i ,

:!/f ances, that ,cheer. us on In our Journal efforts to at Great Britain to a war with the U. work. day when any portion ,of the State horrors of':white slavery, by which theyare of New Hampshire, for 'Prcsjderrty, ,and
to a Family will be Alabama Georgu.
united cither
give permanency State and have the bloody banner of or surrounded, .and was'e their barren William K.
and of Alabaum
tne South, worthy of the section, -Ir .-.Ffarultan; & Journal.It ., King, for Vic
_ and enterprising population. "bread or blood" raised by her own starving sympathies on distant evils and sufferings, President 2M votes forWinfield '
I Scott
; its intelligent multitudes.Mr. '. COMING TO. is through the'columns of two Gwr- ; ,
the present year which exist only in their imaginations.The : '
"We.blLvQent.ercd upon of New Jersey for President and W3--
Cass! replied readin some cxtrsP! yi'a newspapers that we are first ajipiiicdthat
',.,,.:. > j wiLh_Iu1lbt,..6' 1)ro U\A IIU t.s-tautroidou..UKUi'lV mcrlt.otn'nl tUet irom Americans in ParU; cuataiuing bin I'ubhc opinion is very powerful whemcr "a project is in agitation at Tallahassee Dutchess: of Sutherland: who leads,: Ham A. Graham, o(Korth Carolina, for1)
will and deeds of vie.vs on this subject. Mr. Douglas obtained ohm in this exhibition of
continued good our cheap philanthro-
a good the floor and the the press is free to combat error and for dividing the State of Florida." Vice President, 42"otlJ.. (Necessary to a
subject was post-
readers, the by putting Home Gazette forth every a pleasant: exertion and poned till Monday next. expose abuses. No abuse, like the present TheGVorjj'an thinks "three forths of'the phy, is the proprietress! of a large'district choice, 149 vote) The result was then
to make : '
4 readable Journal. free from political partisanship A motion to go into !the executive session pilot law: can long oppose itself to voters of MiddleFlorida would bo foundin in the Highlands Scotland, and lithe proclaimed by the acting Vice President/

.; ;F: and ,high-toned character.-: was debated and prevailed. the interests of the community and set favor of uniting that portion of the object of universal execration, for the rcmorsless and the members of the Senate returned

:',;., We hope to make the columns of the pa- HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. at defiance the wishes of the people,- State to Georgia." That this is a libelon cruelty with which she has expelled to their chamber.

'.''} interesting and valuable-to render it Mr. Toombs, of Ga., moved to suspend These remarks are well exemplified by the manly pride and patriotic feelingsof from her lands the poor peasantryof II. .
the Homes
k r "...; a and welcome Fire-sides weekly of its, readers.to Our 'old the rules to enable him to introduce a resolution the course of our neighbor of the Republican our fellow-citizens of the Middle we the Highlands. The following extract COLQMZATIO.X. bill is before the

k&:.>:" subscribers'; -the.tried friends of the pa. instructing into the the committee on on the pilotage law. For a. long entertain no doubt. We don't believe I from the article in "Graham" will give New York Senate, appropriating too to

done much for it in the commerce to inquire expediencyof time he went the whole for the some idea of tIe character of the "women defray the of each colored inhabitant
i':: pcr/who. have so throwing open the coasting trade of the figure that one tenth of the voters of any countyin expenses
trust will still continue their but he is of England, who have: sent the affectionate : of that State above ten of
past--we "monopoly
It United States to the competition of foreign now gradually the State could. be found sanction the years

:':';". patronage;:-new subscribers are invited vessels, and that they be authorized] "coining to," and wo have no doibt that humiliating proposal.) Individuals, no address to their sisters America !" i age, or S25 if below that age, who may
and for themselves
;' to give uSa.tn.I, judge to by bill or otherwise. The The great proprietors of North Britain Liberia.
report yeas he will before long abandon all h.s errors voluntarily emigrate to
entertainment and doubt be found in Tallaha sccand
of the quality of our might
have been aiim in their
;-t and nays wece taken on the motion to doing power to exterminate -
: companionship. If they are pleased, it I I suspend the rules, which was negatived, on this subject.'c do not regret all among the members of the Legislature, and remove their poor tenantry I
,' f.I will afford us pleasure to continue the relations the trouble we have had in exracting: B&The Legislature of New Jerseyin
nays 93, ayes 73, there not being a two who would be willing to dismember the and dependents from the homes of their

::E ,\,. formed between us ;-if they find thirds vote. from him an answer to our rucstion State, with the expectation of thereby advancing forefathers-for the purpose of turning joint meeting, elected John R Tbomp
. ::! more to ditapprocc than to approve, theycan the vacated districts into United States Senator in of
son, place
; : :' The motion to suspend; the rules for the "whether lIe approved the exacjngby: sectional selfish deer-parks, sheep ,
'the of the some or
leave at parting
us : way purpose of introducing a resolution for walks, or large farms-:a score of small Commodore Stockton, resigned. The
the pilots of half when vessels
"And once more,we would express ourgreatful pilotage of their own, but the mass of the voters farms converted into fora
: in o'clock one holding
meeting at 7 was agreedto great
vote for 47 William L..
wa! Thompson
thanks for the manifestations towed the bar and ;
: were over by steauers
. 'I many ; yeas 120, nays 55. of the Middle would treat tbe proposal single family. This system has been
it. t kindness, which have so constantly did not require their services?" Thean- with the scorn it deserves. most remorselessly! l carried cut ,by the Di'lon,21. 31 r. Thompson is a brother-
: been bestowed upon us, and sincerely II Scottish land-owners. And is in-law of Com. Stockton.
tt- :' fevrcr is frank and plain just audi an answer _. ,.. it a remarkable -
trust That our : ever be found :MR. EVERETT'S LETTER. -
:;:\ paper Among tact-and one which all who
: '"::.Y deserving of them in the future. We other interesting papers on the first page, as we like to get to a plainqucstion, : Sow that the question of the election have: read of the.Stafford-House meetingof K: The United States Senate was engaged

; ". can only 83Y that every cSort will be the reader will find this able document in and we shall not complain tha: it was BO of the Judges by the people has been English ladies should! bear in mind,
.; made on the part of the Editors and Proprietors full. We published copious extracts fromit long delayed : when considering the object which brought on Friday, in debating the claimsof

;;{ to merit the approbation and secure in our last is ue. As vindication of "We shall not lose sight of our neigh. decisively acted upon and settled, our them together-that the,Duchess of Sutherland the creditors of Texas, The Hon.

: the patronage of the public. the past course of our government on the bor's question this time, and, 'doing unto neighbor wakes up. to give an opinion upon : who bas now the foolish audacityto Samuel Houston, of Texas, addressed the

o ; To our editorial friends in Georgia and subject of the acquisition of territory, and l him as we would have him do unto us,' it. During the time the opinion of the set herself up as chief censor of our institutions Senate and denounced strongly the conduct

v : other Southern States, who h ve so generally particularly of the policy of the demo- we answer .I.YiJj we do not.favor the pay Attorney General and the majority of a was (a few years ago) the most of the speculators in Texas BondsKOSSCPII. -

. f and so cordially recommended our cratic party: we hold it to be irrefutable. ing half pilotage in the cases above refer committee of tIle House-hostile to the wholesale exterminator in Scotland. The
rl: ; paper as being all it is intended to be-a We place it on record as the testimony of red to. We arc not averse to modifica- Duke of ucclonch almost rivaled her in I
< rights of the people on this point, were Tbe New York Courier
Journal and Home Newspaperwe -
Family a the ablest ;
whig tions
" : living. of the pilot law: as the increased this great outrage against justice and society
$, -we arc under many and weighty obI i1 By the way, will it not strike the pub commerce of our river, and the development before the Assembly, he had no opinionat But she was in advance of his speaking of Kossuth anti his reported return -

1 gations. We duly appreciate their kind- lic as very remarkable that at the very of circumstances, may demand." all on the subject-at least that he grace. She cast out her shoe over "Chat- to the United States, says :

new, and trust that the newspapers over time Mr. Fillmore was sending his message So far so good, and we have no doubtour thought worth giving ; but now that: the tan's hud so wide," and it was filled with "We speak advisedly l when we say, Le

..: which they preside may each and with all their scI to Congress, declaring that he would cotcmporary, after he i is a little more opinion of the Attorney General and of consternation and sorrow. Her possessions dare not return. We speak from knowledge !-
cure a patronage regard the incorporation of Cuba: into our million of
amount to nearly a acres.
and the evidence of
merits. The of Georgia and of the Union hazardous enlightened, will change his!opinion aboutkeeping the Committee have been overruled, "it our own eyes
press as a'ery measure, The Highland population on these amounted when that be the .
we requited
South have done much for us, to them we the the strikes him) that the possession of office say, genes.osity
involving "serious peril to Union, :appoint power in the bands us ( to about 15,000 persons, cr 3,000 of our people by the barest ingratitude .

I are'deeply indebted for repeated manifestations Mr. Everett; was indicting a letter declaring of the County Commissioners; for the past: for a specified term cannot be regarded families.! They lived in a simple, frugal l and that before he slunk from cur

of good will" that the connexion of the Island with experience has demonstrated that there in the light of contract, or its tenure way; cultivating their barley and oats on shores under the alias: of AlennJcr Smith

.i Spain "caunot last long"-that it could could be that of The which the arable land, and pasturing their cattle he; signed a contract: to head an expedition
no more unfit depisitcry. Our as 'property. power
John Ericsson resist "the the
in for
not niidity current on the hill The climate was rough;- from this city against a with whichwe
:' tunes of the world," and that "it is not neighbor will concur with! us in this opinion can change tile fundamental law, we and they had enough to do to wrestle with arc at in country defiance of our
John Aricsson now takes rank with desirable that it should do ?" This before should} think carried with it and peace open
I < so is l long, judging;: from present symp legitimated the powers of nature for a bare subsistence.: Neutrality Laws. This we we know
Franklin, Fulton, Watt, Morse, and other a singular discrepancy between the views tow all the consequences of such change" They had their scattered tenements at a from the evidence of our own say ,before
mankind He is eyes
great benefactors of of mucular of thc President and Secretary of State.Mssass'ppiaa. This is the way for an editor to get low rent, (not bung worth more: to them,) the infamous contract was deposited in
of 50 of A II
a man years age and paid it in money, or lalor, or game: ( ; the of State and if he
I well developed, and strongly knit frame ; along first rate, and be always in the rightlet iKpirtment ; ventures -
The editor of the themselves that
has happy
JC-2T publican considering they
has firm thread S.- him wait 'till is decided again to come amoug us, our Government -
he is of midd'c size, a a a question ,
, the of LIME ov COTTON. Wo heard the tLc grace to admit that he ,did not treat lived among their kindred,in the dwelling I whether Wlig or Democrat,will
person who gives assurance reserved and then there is no doubt in the world
j of their forcfithcis. But this
places wasnot
strength,and a bead with all the proper other day of an experiment made by a Mr. Fillmorc well, when he charged him I net hesitate to arrest and punish him.WASHINGTON .
but that "the pretty thing, is the pretty to last. The Djvhess: of Sutherland
intellectual developements, the high friend of ours, which resulted so favorably with conniving at the escape of the Lopez ; began to exterminate them 1811 and for -S.

foreheads and prominent brow, markingtho that we have: been induced to get the expedition at New Orleans. To chargethe nine carried on the legal;l razzia Feb. 9.
and the particulars from him in order that others thinC& -5- years Mr. Henry T. Wcfchtman who
man of thought philosopher ; was
President of the( United States with :against them. They were removed likes
he has a dark complexion, hair somewhat may be benefitted by it. '"The A5rJM thinks our 'expressivesilence' much ,-crmin-wrthout for some time since hell to bail on the chargeof

. whitened. by time, black eyes introspective During the month of February, he deceit and hypocricy": for one of his own ; last week as to the course of the the feelings they might be any supposed respect to purlonging letters from the post rEco
rather than opened deep trenches in a piece of old to the opinion that he containing m' at took ten
and reflective observing, up. organs express was Governor an the Indian bill, is m admission cherish as human beings. AH the northof ney, noon to-day
a decisive mouth, and the mixed temperament land, which were at once filled up with secrctJy encoiirnyiny a "piratical" expedition that the conduct of His Excellency Scotland: was disturbed by drops prubic acid, and at 4 o'clock this
: the nervious and billions leaves from the neighboring woodland tbesepro- nfternon= repeated the docc but fortunately .
I combining against the possessions of a neighboring is utterly indefensible. ceedings. But the voice of complaint or ; ,
the in tramped down hard. On of the leaves both himself
i which distinguishes powerful top nation with "Beware how you jump to conclusions. seldom but attempts destroy;
action and steady in endurance. Hi he sowed lime at the rate of about 15 which we were at [Rfpullican of Thursday. indignation south was of the Border.or inadequate The ailed.. About ;5 o'clock, however he determined -

head raises in a phrenological summit of bushels: to the acre. At the usual time peace-while be was publicly branding Jy.hcard lordly to make another desperate effort
It too in and-owncrs drove their
we were hasty out
benevolence; he was heard to remark,the for planting cotton he opened the ridges the men engaged in it as "out-laws," was, : appears comingto each poor dependents tu end his distance: by cutting his throat,

only sign he gave of selfcongratulationon with a coulter, dropped and covered the to say the least of it, wry indiscreet.But .-, the conclusion that our neighbor had to till,in giving family Jin acre small or two in which( he succeeded so far as to sever

his triumph, that he has proud to beth seed, and cultivated the cotton in the we said, at the time the charge was nothing to say in defence of Gov. Brown's of a,strange for paying place, their or a sum to the larynx, and make several deep flcah

means, thro' his invention, of saving: usual manner. The result was a crop of proceedings!, to which we called attention Uanad money these States- But before passage wounds around, his cars. The large blood t
life-0; -. cotton double what the land would have promulgated by our cotemporary, and we week before last. After another "week's or theycould vessel, however, were uninjured. He is
all be turned out the
He born in Sweden, in 1803. lIe produced otherwise-that i is, it brought still believe, that it was unfounded. It : poor people till living and quite composed, under
was he will doubt show that theGovernor's in several ) and made
nap, no C[ places grew angry,
early showed taste for mechanics, and at 1,000Ibs. when its usual yield was from was an imputation on Mr. Fillmorc's stones the bai- he care ot Drs. Howard and Garnettwho
conduct is "defensible. lie n'sistancc--hur1ing !against
the age of eleven attracted the notice of 400 to 500. character, and through him on the national lifts and the military, and wearing they carefully dressed his wounds.AMALGAMATIONISTS .
-I It Los struck that this of will for that it all
Count Platen who obtain for him cadet- us plan man prove, example, was I
: character, which we were unwilling to would rather be murdered near the
bhip in an engineer corps. lie afterward uring cotton would pay well. Perhaps right for the Governor to commission of their and children than be FOILED. One

f entered the Swedish army, and was of our planting: friends can throw some tee pass unnoticed, and we only disebaig- 3cn. Hopkins, after the repeal of the law, driven parents from their ancient holdings. of the colored Professors> in the McGraw-

employed in the survey of northern Swe- light on the subject.-Athens Herald. ed our duty when we entered our dissent. under the authority of which he acted; In[ several away I'C these razzias-worse, far yule College, in Courtland Co., N. Y."
with his favorite Mr. Pillmore's Administration an institution in which both black and
den. $ While occupied II mark- (
worse than those of the French against:
'' and he will solve the curious
mechanics, he projeoted his flame en. THE ERRICSSOX AIR SnIP.-The New ed as it throughout, by a weakness and political pro the Arabs in Algeria !-houses were burnt white persons are admitted promiscuously -
1826 he visited England. blem by Gov. Brown how the 1 ) treated
gine. In proposed was roughly on Saturday
imbecility in the conduct of down to smoke and scorch the out
tho people
While there in 1829, he competent for York Couricr& Enquirer of the 10th inst. foreign :aw.of '51 was. "constitutional" becauseit of them, and old week, in the neighborhood of Fulton, Oft.

the prize offered by the Liverpool and says :- policy of the country, such as hue never invested the Governor with the powerto with imbecile; obstinacy one to woman leave, the refusing chim- wcgo Co.As the story goes, the l'rofes..

Manchester railway for the bestlocomoth, "This noble to been exhibited by any previous one, did sor was about to be married to a young
ship goes sea next week, the officer while was actually roasted to death.
appoint commanding ney-corner
and produced an engine that accomplished and after cruising about and giving her not need the aid of its professed friends to ; The name of the Duchess of Sutherland white lady, formerly pupil ID the Col-
the law of 53 "ttnconttitutionaf
the wonderful speed, that time, of fifty engines a fair trial, will repair to Norfolk. sink it into merited contempt. The indignant was was mentioned with execration: in the lege, residing near Fulton. Some per.*
inHcs' hour. His propeller, his semi- because it vested the of appointing sons being informed of the intended .
an The ijsclf is power nup
ship equal to any specimenof voice of a proud and gallant Highlands, and her doings were at last
cylindrical engine his centrifugal, blower, naval architecture which this city has people I he Brigadier General in the Genoral Assembly rumpetcd by.the English ials, resolved not only to put a stop to

his ,distance instrument for measuring ever turned out ; and good judges say, ( pronounced a decided opinion on that ? press. the affair, but to castigate the offending

distances at sea,'his highdrostatic guage, that she ,is the strongest ship ever built point ; but it was reserved for the peculiar I III over. They proceeded to the dwelling of

his pyrometer, and other ingenious inventions in our port. And this is the opinion of friends of the President to impugn These are the things our neighbor is MOTIVE POWER WITHOUT TCEL. he girl's father, and broke into the house
have already made: the name of going to do next week-"if nothing hap. but the object of their vengeance bad CKcapcd.
her commander, Captain Lowbcr, who is hit motives-to charge him with bypocricyto Among the many 'wonderful
Ericsson famous in the scientific world. The father was entirely
and experienced Packctt Master. pens.
discredit of the Genoa of
his the
public declarations: correspondent
Tho Caloric Engine, which has now arrived "We look upon the question in regardto age to the match: now that the "amalgam*

at I consummation of success, Caloric being a new motive power, as short, to stigmatize him as a miserable SS?" A delicious 'cake'and a. sparkling thoNcwark.Adcertisernotes, that a compete tion" theory had been brought,hoouo ia
before the sci ntific world recreant skulking and revolution in the tho of steam him 'and did everything to dissuade bcr
was &brought definitely settled; but there are those who dodging, on purpose bottle of campaigne very appropriate means ,
of London twenty year ago, and was rejected still doubt, and they,will experience the to avoid,the discharge: of his duty as I and acceptable present from the "happy navigation and locomotion is anticipated: (rosa the step, but she was inexorable till
by men of science as an impracticability most immense anxiety until hear of the offended populace brought her to, he?
they Chief'JJagistrate of the Republic Yes, pair" whcse hymeneals from a recent invention by Doctor Caroeio ,
and as involving the absurdity f.>f I announce under sesscs.
the Erricsson'safe arrivd Norfolk 't
at It was his fritnd. who said these of that city, He has, is Mid succeeded
-' perpetual motion Faraday, Brunei, and and learn what speed she has accomplished. things the appropriate bead-greeted us on ,
Ufa,'after. short resistance, finally conceded and because Ice, without attacking his entering our sanctum last evening.. A in constructing! an apparatus for tho decomposition ,THE SLAVE SHOOTING CASE. The-

'the practicability of the invention, 111 motives at, all, merely hint that: his administration couple of friends, who are always' "on of :water by clectromagnetism commissioners appointed by the Governorof
GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN GALVANIC Maryland to investigate the charge.:
and.;Faraday endorsed the caloric enginein had itsweak points -we,arc land" such occasions aided which will introduce, the gases thus '
: kindly gen Archibald office
those famous lectures of his, before the BATT BIES.-Tbc public will hail with ) very against Eidgcly, a police ?

,-. London Institution. F9X* whose name is pleasure any improvement,in the opera called sharply to account by, those very us making: the proper disposition of erated into the engine, in a, way to tare .of. this city. or having killed a slavo

. identified with the success, of the great tion of telegraphs. It is well known that judicious and discreet guardians of. the the "cake and wine," and "the health of alt ili& expense of fuel I His inventionhas whom be was attempting to arrest at _Ccumbia .

' London Exhibition. a pupil of Ejicseon. the telegraph is dependent upon the galvanic Presidential reputation; _! : ', ,. the Bride and Groom, and a long life of been approved by savans and 'practical Pennsylvania, last summer, have
the shoot
which the reported to Governor that the
battery, occupies
-LiL World. same "History philosophy teaching by" example connubial filicity\ ," was tho toast given,in engineers,and a 'company has sub- "
relation to it as steam docs_to the engine.It ) lug was entirely accidental; and that tk"j
'.tJOUDZp BKPOBT.-Tbe details in is the motor. ; and it is meet and proper that brimming glasses of the exhilarating beverage. scribed.tbe means of giving a 'full experiment. had succeeded in convincing Governor

our:California! papers to 1st ,of January Several months since-Mr. G. M.\ Farmer the history of the present Administrationshould Means\ have also been adopted of Pennsylvania that such was the case:

possess considerable interest., The story of the Municipal Fire'Alarm Telegraph be eprcad out as an example to all s., to secure patents in all other countries.Mr. .-

all,tbe murder of Colonel Jack or Catharine in this city, took up the subject: of succeeding ones-not an example to be imitated Diival Volunteer,Claims.' ,J. B. Musso respectable merchantof 1.Tbo Japan Expedition- sent \o.t,
named Jones clcctromatie forces and first demonstrated by this government is the subject of torn.ment
Hayes.by.a man was We muh fo learn
but as a beacon to warn thenTfrom are very : ,gratified ,Genoa: has, started for the, United which
in French
P entirely a mistake. :The ,only ,thing'In by mathematics t was wanted, and entered ,the. press; approves
thepapers.nwbich it, could have been upon a course of experiments which the errors and blunders on'whichit, was that'the bill providing fdrtbcpiymentoftbes&longdeferred' States', with l letters from. our Minister' at of the enterprise,'and predicts that Japan

founded is 4.statement thai a;man named have resulted In obtaining? a battery far wrecked.'I claims has passed both Turin: totbe, bead of the Patent 'Office, at will ,cave in before such a naval force :"as

;1}; W i. Jooesvubung by. the people ahead of sll others. It is:of long dura. looses'[ Congress.; The money' will Washington.B6L ..- is seat,there, : ,

.' ) S&aameo.ormurder. ills ,victim's' tion. It is constant. It is simple in its J61- The ,Hon., W l. A... FORWARD,' soon be paid over'to those entitled,, to receive President Fillmore, it supposed, will

xamevaV Peter 3IcGaffigan A name very form, ,and requires attention. Judge, of, the Eastern 'Circuit arr.iTe4 in .it: -' :- Gen.:Fierce wilt start from Con- make a visit to the Soatb. 'oii-afkr Uaith '

: unlike J Hayekccruinly: ] McGaffiganwasan. But the greatest: point! is that It sam. town last week: and ; j__ 11 _, _nr,| j -- ;ord on the-16th, should lila .wife's'health ,of March; and ire-notice that pah
inoffensive mn1 and leaves:.about about fifty per cent}in the battery !x. 'wo; are pleased: tolearn ,BS,..;The' IIib rian.Soiety- ;of:Baltimore i permit. On hi. arrival Wasbingtonic lie meeting 1 ia suggested Wilmington ..

12L000'er$5oiugnVcan: pense. It is this which makes real im. I that it is his intention! to: Uk :;up has presented a J block for the Washington will probably make the Viet President's, N, G., to make arrangements! give hi

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-Rdrida! Llnnor! lawr* '': 1I7" Tn B1'O KUO iu i'h..1 lIYiJJ.ad FOR --- J..' .y ,.>--, ; : 'E'ai'I'tttftt' ..alf..TAL : ---- :: :
f'; ; t.tIJI i, .'t1'; '.*"' A1I1grPs-, 'hereb, : stmurffOLtNA_*t 11 J .. .. ,. arrru t. .w. .' : : : : : : .: .

AX ACT to- -amend:tie vcrml Acts eon ootiledthat_ 'tl amoust otetock.r.qj recI-by ti'scbazier. JiitTb* ,laacer-wm make 1 j ts.B ': ,

ccrmng Licenses! &He tail Spirituous .K> authorise said eompany to orpDiJe his :, :On Tuet-a dJfARLESONANDFLORLD'A TTTTtrtM j,f tb. FMranVesM B* -:5''

.Liquors; > I e ,' been taken.. Therefore.tbe.nndersigned. ColIURt day the 33d of February. iSuntr and leaf, ,. 'J ) i - ': JO I shall expose for sale before the

S 4tc.1- Brit' ''enacted My the -Senate I 1i0ftel'l err.iOU .0 Aid &"old"-. -that:aa. earn day for CharleatsB.BELCHASSE. S S : is 3 */&'* KeaaersT"ifS at Alligator described the first Monday( '.." '
lection of I the following property or .
Directors ic FI \
Userr tend EGAN.
and.HOUM of Repraentatme$of.theS'ate;_ tw, jflIm. of on. 2t thereof aa will p>J4tbt,State and: 1 '
held ?hJ!: -AceDt.S.1
,at J.eksonT1nB &
of FlorUa General Assembly con ven. ths1it1 > OD Saturday. CA :OLINAAND'FLORIDA., : and tie aeeessary expense dae '
hereafter retailers of;Splrituou .diy3ofF.brusr, A. D.1853., MALONE4TAYL0R ,- I wit 49 acres of land near tat While II
ed.tThst 8 D F. ft.qt&-"IaCk.laU ao1lleutl.I
sAU Spnnn. Sawanoee, belonging ( ; I' -
14qu ors "aball pay annually the sun or '1 D. BUT, Lumber Commission Merchants assessed te lbs estate of Joseph B. ( ,MI4"'

$200 for\: the privilege of retailing Spin CHaatsBTaxc 8.L. THE CASOLXVA Jeav* CHARLZST02 ceased) forth yurLSi2. ..f-
the issue of License Nt.LACeWe ixIL.a.13Ex4'IIx.a: zr't3 P.IL RetamiDr will leave 'LvK k. I
tans Liawors DpQ B. Rosa iVyT A. H COLAT& Jan 8. .

' now provided by law.8CC. .' GRO., B IIcCU1.L&I, Very respectfully solicit. eon!ignmenU of 1. AL an7x aLE; TWltlq; r.\S 'fntu"sorancf ,., ,-

.4 .,2. Be it farther enacted, That it J.-W., Lowe Swthem Lumber and SMnglct cf-c. P.IL '- -STILE .: Alligator Columbia C.,, )Ia.Jaa3d '. .
ant person or persons, by himself, or her' -__ ___ Liberal advances madf. Refer to ry Trby,"at 3 P. M."lUtorniBr/ will leave vn -T COLLECTORS 8.' ( *?* !hit

elf, their servants 'agents' shall retail Jaani i b K. T. BROCK,PAJk, | B. T.RicHJU>so PALATKA o'dncV AMW BLACK CREEKS TIT Virtue el the{Power Vetted ia a. ._. .
spirituous Liquors without a Liccnsethey ; T. E. 6'eloek, AJJ X>,1 shall expose tor sale before the w](,U*
BUBISUK J<"L*> *1U, Flo. These Steamers'etmaeel-with at! the Interior ,
At of
the first
residence vf Rev. Geo. at the Monday
; W. Pratt St.&hr1" feb Alligator;on '
shall be"liable to be fined $500 upon indittulent 12-ly Stages of East Florida, and,connect both wars : .
and conviction thereof. Geon on the 15th inst,by the Rev:Geo _. with the Wow York Stesmahip.,Carolina lUOrota the followiugdcscribed property, or ..t
and CoOalll
thereof will tht State
W.Pratt Miss ADEUNIA J. D' I NOTIcE and the WBrnuttw. Boat '- pay l ;
Axnno.-- of
cs I *
Approved January 1853. from CurlMtoa aa cI thuleee..ry expenses due < a '
PERSONS indebted Passage % Jackiaavill*, S8,
Elinbethtown. New Jersey,to JAMES II. CHESS, ALL to the estate of from Pieolata to Palatka S10.itrtlkfrfttrhfulart wit;, 40 acre*2d rate land lying in .4.
LifeytUe Stafford
formerly Pittebnrg.Peon.Th Uteof Hillsborough Fur .W?tu-l. County (situationnol known) < a.
A' License granted 'after the date' or: county, Ceased.ilI, please come forward and J. W. CALbWELL. Ch .rU toB and ajMMed! Leonard Barrows",for ,' _. ..

the abore Act, will not exempt a person
from liability to provisions. If ho has One plyer I guess persons entitled to distribution are hereby notified ;Jacksonville, Jan 8 Tax s assessor and .'
Has borne, to present their_claims and demands tome R.R.REID.,.PalalkL : :
the ; .
MhigsorColumbIaCFlaJan.3I ,
beart-prite .
taVeq ont Licence since the passage of the away; for settlement on or befor the let day of feb 5-tl. ;

above ACt'he; take his choice eitherto Then my her succes, :J their ._.t,.
may February or claims.will be forever New-York Packet TAX COLLECTORS. I

demand and receive back what be has In playingat CHESS, barred. Line, flY Virtue 'the Powef f ested in'me by ] r' ," ;" .

paid or to pay the additional sum requir. Be ever the s ime as to-day COLUMBUS STAFFORD Ad'mr. .LD shall expose for sale'bfefora the Court ... -

ed by this new act. If he has already Tampa, Feb. 1 1. 3-4ua at Alligator,on the first Monday of,}. :
Arrivals at The DuffmstonHotelSamarl the following described property, or' 4h (;t '
paid 522 he* mast pay $17S more before FOB2EHT. thereof will pay the Stale and Cou I \w'

S he can legally retail. Bitna&loa, Pnprlrtsr. THE HOUSE L. and premises lately occupied THE NEW AND tfEGCL\ll LINE OF and the nectsssry expense due thereon .: r,, .
Capella on Kewnsn street, near 80 tenllW i tbs ., ,
JOHN BEARD, Comptroller. rats Imut. .inr Bf --
Jacksonville and
M A Crown H V Such the corner of Bay street. to Packets. between New York and assessed i
Tump: Sintog nee Shoals belonging to tmi. "'
TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 12, 18r 3. lion W A Forward, J icksonville; R M.inn, On; fro:- CHAS UYR E. Palatka, composed by the New and fast sailing Frasler,for, the year 1832 ..day:" i

; s TNeib1ack. Fli; R Hngint Fla; Col A J T Schooners, jm8 6o.L.. K cristV f. .
Tribute TRO3p3OCoLUMBIA Wright. Ftc, Wm eiblack,Fl*, T E DIJ lnns, MARION COUNTY LAND FOR SALE. JOSEPH GRICE, 87ft tons. A. ROOMS Com'r Tax assessor and : Hov :

Clifton Mills; Col GV Call. Jacksonville; K f1IE Subscriber otters at private sale, the fol. JERSEY OAK, 160 tons, J. S. ROGERS, Com'i Alligster, Columbia Co. Fl., Jan. des* i. S

LODGE No. 27, F. & A. M. B hbba, FU; s Ellis, Mice; S DonAldton,NO; JL lowing described tracts of land in Marion will ply regularly between the ports. .:

February 10th, 1853. }f J Ferguson, N T; Miss: FergusonN T; J C EL COllnt,. These lands are nearly all hammock said! Agent to New 1 ork.JOSEPH TAX COLLECTORS* Peter t, -
icott Boston Dr F 0 Curtis and eon, GdV In quality are surpassed by any in the State.- GRICE Water-sU TY Virtue of the Fower Vested mn : '' ',

Our Lodge is again called upon to record II food, N Y, A A Tansigh, Albany ; II C N. W, quarter of Section 31,and S. W. quarter of Agents in Jacksonville, J_> shall expose thy sale before the Crnrt .It !
Savannnh Cot II G, B E Section Township 13. Range 20. (320 acres) at Alligator on the first Monday of It
the dispensation of Providence in King, ; Floyd: ; Bnrpie, The West half of N. W.quarter and tbe West BI' BEE & CAXOVA ,

tie death of venerable and beloved Nov 5coci; C T Duffingtou, Gi; W B Beneivt.U half of the S. W. quarter of section 7. township Agent In Palitka.R. the following described property; or so .%. .? I
our S N child and sent It Fontane thereof as will the State and Coun'
Lady ; li Ranjp 20, (IfO acres.) DUKE. pay Anew-
brother, ELIAS KNIGHT, who absent from FU; dipt M B.irber, Fin; J Saulter, White The N. W.quarter of Section 35, the E. half AU poods directed to their CARE will be and the necessary expenses due thereon ecu ,;
Springs; B Cope, Cope, Miss; Mnj Tow. Fla; ol N. E.quarter of Section 34, the Eut half of PROMPTLY FORWARDED. SO acres of land 2d rate, near Pockey thirds .
home, family, and relatives, in the discharge ':ol C A Mitchell, Octli; M Whit Smith, Alii.Kitor the S.E. quarter of section 27,and the W. half olhe September 4, 1852. tf. [Republican copy. belonging to and assessed to James A. I eo aL ..

of his duties as a minister of the ; Dr T ( nine, N JV; IV Marsh. N J, T S. W E quarter of sect 20, township 13, range JO for the year 1852. L. K. ) ef su*.
s. and
T Lon S.ivnnn J sulhvun Savannah R and Florida .Line. jan 8 Tax assessor and 5h S
; ;
Gospel in the Primitive Baptist Church Also, a tract of 435 acres on the South side of '
Ohio IlilhnrJ Alligator, Columbia Co., FlaJan.
Iilliiirdanl Ltdy. ; Mis Ohio; Orange Lake adjoining tho lands of Mr. Solomon : title/ i
was suddenly called from labor to refreshment L M Scarborough. Fh, Gen Cooper St.)1.&r's Moody. and embracing fractional sections 21 and THE SPLENDID NEW PACKET: STEAMER TAX, COLLECTORS SALE.BT title*

by his master in whose Qa: 22.in township rango 22. All thcso tracts are FLORIDA t. I
the best quality Cotton Lands. Virtue of the Power Vested In me I
service he had devoted his life with more Passengers per SteamerCarol1naJ"rom For terms apply to the subscriber at Jacksonville CHARLES WILLEY, COXMAIDEX, I shall expose for sale before the / .
[nov 1852,1 CnAs. BYRNE. Is now running regularly 03 at AUigatoron the first Monday of May !$? I ..
than usual zeal and self denial l i ;
: Charleston-February 1$. --- the lane between Chariest and the following described property, or so 'ip' "

Be it Resofved, That in token of our GEO. H. KTXITII & CO., the St.John'erirer. thereof as will pay the State and County .II" I
Mrs B Miss E Mrs Oaldrr M EIIopltinsanlaservLWJ i'
MO, j
grief in this sad affliction ws near the [ rry Krub J L Gibson AUCTIONEERING AND CO.IIMISSIONMERCIL4NTS The following schedule has been adopter, and the accessory expenesdnsthereon, .II, 1
which shows the hours arrivals and depart one town lot situated in the Columbus, ', I r
usual badge of mourning for thirty days. /ol. A W Vonqnexnd 48 serviiu J W Scruggs, terra from tie vnrious ports: belonging to and assessed James I* j :

That we tender as a Masonic body our .V W Archer *nl servt, Dr J Formitn and JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. Leaves Charleston Tuesday at 3 o'clock.r x.Leaves fc r the year 1852. : '1W ;

heartfelt: sympi'hics! to the family of the servt. R J Bich-ilmor. J W Moore, T D Dexter Jacksonville Wednesday,at 3 janS L.1 K.; II. j ."

decease and wtth; them their frcqant *n.17 servlg ,II E Holing Col J Drow.ird and TUIE SUB>CRIBEPS have entered Into C'o. Leaves Pteefcta Wednesday, at 1 Of Tit: ases.ortn ft, \
mourn oJ s.-rvts Dr Wtl.lo in.1 $on, s M JimmUon, 1Iip for the pnrposeofearrybgonthe Colnmbn Co., FIn Jan.31 22 :,
KKTUKMING, Alligator, T ,2&
bereavements.That aD.I 12 !ervt for ((2 C Chambers) above bu'inen and are prepared to make sales i !
the above be spread upon the either on consignment or at suction, (ono of the Leaves Pilatka Thursday., at 7 o'clock" \M M. TAX COLLECTORS SALE.T .2Z, '.,:
Leaves Picolata 10 '! ;
irm being an auctioneer) Both of the firm :
Minutes of the Lodge, a blank page of Passengers per Steamer W2n. Gaston well acquainted with the merchant and citizens are of leaves Black Creek II 1" p K. B Virtue of the Power vested in me '. '

the Minutes bj left for recording the he interior which gives them the advantage or Leaves Jacksonville Friday, at 3 A si 1 shall expose for sale before the ) a I t
From Savannah-February 1C The accommodations fur the first Monday of ) 21 I :;
and of deceased brother. making ready sales of any goods or merchandize Passengers are at Alligator
name age our wh'eh may be sent to them on consignment. unsurpassed by any boat ever placed on the the following described property, or 21 'i'
Mrs Miss Burkr Mrs Riirdon Miss
That a copy of these resolutions be properly Bnrker They will give their attention to making Rood t.John's. Freight and Passage as low as by hereof as will pay the State and .
E O DinU. Mrs MornII Mrs Ilerninit ,
"cost* Ml I
attested, anJ sent to the newspapersat ; and imm ediate sales.: T ney would respectfully solicit any other lite. Any further information eon and the necessary expenses due thereon '
Mrs Biker B G ReirJon T Mi
Chiprain ,
Jacksonville for publication.M. patronage from merchants and tradesmen of be obtained by applying la either of the under- SO acres 2J rate, and 205 acres of,3-1 t
L< ter. O D'1cbr. C "orrell' C D"D1IC'r. II II other cities who wish /IIellrooda in our market. numbers and ;
Colnm'.i County ,
AV. SMITH, W. M. Kinc.J Z V"ulfhin.T II Mixey, N A Hull, J Any business in their line will be promptly.. signed Agents.J W CALDWELL Ch&rleston.BKLLECIIASSE lying lion not in known belonging to and i f
A true from the Minute De.r.Io W II Millony, L M Nirboruuh. Morris ended to. ,
copy & FINEGAN John !arkee. for the
Atttest ALFXAMH-R Yotisa 'In* BrothT and servt J C James It L limes, S GEORGE If SMITH, year L. K. 1tfttp* ;
: Jacksonville 8
H BiirdenP Cooper Mrs McDonald 2chillren JOlXV.. PRICE. jan C. :
R R REID Pilatlca. Tax assessor and e I
Sx-rdar/ :nil !erTt. Revd G Brown J II Checs sod tidy RerccExccs M Reed Fernandez. Bisbee 4 Co. Fla. Jar. 31 : *r ,
Celnmbu .
18 1852. tf .
-S. Irs Fr*s"r.Miss Ashnst, Miss Clirk,Mrs Wot. Co, R Boulter A Co. Samuel,William*. Alsop Sept AViantor!. S

Proceedings of Town Council. tnn. J II Mcltor). T T Long, II A Crane, II CKinz. flours.Jacksonville;Boston k Gnnby.J'ALaroaeb, TAX(OLLECTORS SALt. '.' I
R Hilliard EWailen.JT Sullivan, and E M Moore Co Seaborn Ooodall, Savannah FOR ESTERPRIT. Virtue of the Power Vested in -
JacLtonvtllt, F r. Jan 10. 1852. tf AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS. BY the
sle before
CouNciL CIUMBER, ) 23 I shall expose for :
---- -NO'TICS The steamer SARAH SPALD. louse at Alligator the diet Monday r.cws
Feb. 11 1833.* -- --
J -deckjftarinc rNO.Capt A. b. Srr.tB, having 853 the following described property t;. Ii I 7.
Journal. undersigned offers for sale eighty ('0) been thoroneblr overhauled will ; ..
THE a..ilI the State and
Prcseut his Honor II. D. much thereof
Couucil pay
of hnd which
on there is a valuable assume her regular trips between this tJaee and Joe or.

Holland Intcndcnt, MessrsS. Buffington, PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.REGULAR Mineral Spring situated nine ((9)) miles nterprre,loavmi Jacksonville every Wednesday fixes: and the necrssary expenses H *se-
west of Ocil.. in Marion county Florida at 9 o clock A. M.,arriving at Palatha same day, 10 wit, 140 acres 2d rate land, near *" tkis" J.'.

M Butts C. ). Cooper, A. A. Canova, PACKETS. Tie properties of the mineral as far All we leaving Palatka every Thursday at 8 llILojn: rnl spnngt .
A.M.in connection with the etotiners assessed to Way and King, for the &tty:1$ >
determu without *
II. E. W'Clark J. K Townsend Coun. Carolina arrive from Charleston everv can anit.alysisre similar :;
Steamship and Florida, and arriving Enterprise same day: jiG 8 L. K. ,: '
to those the
Sunday. and leaves on Tuesday mornings. possessed by Suwsnoee Springs. returning rn as to connect with the steamers Tax assessor and ?
cilmcn. Steamer Welaka arrh-es every Sunday from The Spring is in an eligible! sunttion, at Tclaka and Carolina.for Savannah and Charleston Coumbia Co.,FU-Jan.3d frissds Z I t..
J'rcicnfation of Pitition Savannah,and returns on Tuesday mornings!. ome distance from any water course, conse- For freight or passage apply on board or to Alligator, : -- -

Councilman Butts presented petition of Steamer Florida arrives from Charleston every nciitly not !liable to the same cmuilticsas the pISCEE A OANOVA, A gte. Jacksonville. TAX COLLECROR8 SALE. tJj J

W ncMa1. and returns on Friday. SIIW "nf'elttld, most uthers in Fl.riJs,subtcr- S K..It. DUKES. Agent Palatka. the Power Vested in' 4 :,
euniry citizens, praying the constructionof Stc 'ocr Wm Gaston arrives, from Savannah ev- :aiiesnbeiisg exposed at this p"inlin conseuenceoftherarth's Jan 22 tf S BT shill Virtue of for sale before the 'after I ti
Wedncuday, and returns on Friday. expose 5
well at the corner of Market and Monroe cry Stea'ner Sarah bpald ng leaves for Enterpriseon hiving cave 1; easy of ac.ce. CENTRAL STAGE LINE, louse at Alligator on the first i
,. aud is ip-iple of being male a very plAsant. described S :
Wednesdays and returns on Sunday bay, 1853, the following j
street -which on his motion was referred Address Madison. FROM JACKSONVILLE TALLAHASSEE.
Steamer T"horn leaves for Enterprise on Sun. watering place at Fa., orso much thereof as will pay the r

to street committee. daY' and returns on Wednesdays. DAVID L. WHITE, Jr. bEMI-WEEKLT. r-ounty taxes, and the necessary ? I\
or at Jacksonville J. II McROUT.Jr. THE takes '
< _. Proprietor thereon, to wit: 120aeres2d rate on 1
JI'Mtllmlcou,. ARRIVEDb Aug. 2g. 1852 CrjSiS? t&fj=!acjS I,Icatnre ill announcing toys Creek the Suwanuce, belonging t
directed such 9.-cchr.D R Arey, Jfechfr!on, N T. \1 Stf rT Wtho public that he has just near Smith. for ota. t
Street Committee having DO'ltnD.16.Sd.r. Five Hunredd Dollars Reward JpTE J tfcita'jsW a8 1!.--chr. u.ilJlIl'ettengill. ns placed upon the route a new K. ) U th. t t
a laying out streets at the western! extremity Prident, Taylor N V.BrigJo.nnTylerll11 PANAMA MILL bsvmg been*destroyed by Lnd splendid FOUR HORSE COACH,and that he 185?. L. aDd tar ,
from Mirtiueqiie. L fire on tho morning of tbe 27th December, as is prepared to eontey passengers through in the jan 8 Tax assessor (heir .
of town, as to cause certain prr- fa believed by the work oran ineendary, the above shortest possible time. lIe has rUays of the best Alligutor, Columbia Co.. Fla, Ian,33 f' a

holders whose los "Obstreets reward will bo paid l>y the subscriber for the eppre- Horses at diferaat points so that iro more time is .
peTty through hen ion lethe offuoJer lost than is neeeaury fur their change TAX COLLECTORS SALE.

would run, to feel thcm clvts 'N C'abbirtiscll1cntS.. Jan 29-4t EDWARD R. GILCHRIST. This Stage leaves Jacksonville every Sunday and Virtue of the power vested in ** 11 f
afternoon, After the arrival BT
-- Wednesday immediately for sale
law I shill expose I S
aggrieved, His Honor, the Intcudent, sta. Notice. Plank Road Company. of the steamcn from Savannah and returns Intimo Court House door at Alligator S -S I

ted that one of said parties was present THE DYNV1NO' 1IIUII1. onlr. Ellis, will milE DELEGATES from Palatka Ocala Mush- to connect with them with on others their return at Savannah trips.- Monday of May 1853, the following Jr.
These steamers connect
.1. and Newnansville
he riiinfd on \l.c Ijy the 2 Is' lust, at anopy are requested .will
for Charleston and New York thus affording to property, or BO much thereof as
; .
and deserved a hearing in regird thereto. at Orange Springs, on the fist Monday J
,he ACADEMTut thispUce. March next It is bored that the Delegate*will ravellers from the North, or others visiting Ta'la- Slate and County taxes, and the i.
Whereupon leave being granted, Cu!. I. Hours for ins ructions for the La.liell-31, be punctual in their attendance and no pits absent &,seo or tko interior towns of Florida a speedyransit. peniesdee thereon to wit: 120 acres .11 i
clock, P. M, M.>n.))., Uedne Inys and Fri..l5yd as business importance will be submitted to them. A coach connects with this line to and ate Und near Columbia the .' halt>.; > aj
I). Hart addressed the Council in
opposi. o'clock P. U ondays: from the White Sulphur Spring in Hamilton ; .
Gentlemen, 7j' Jan 29l_ copy]_ longing to and assessed to D. E. Stone, has ,
tion to the mode of laying out said streets Fri 'an IIn.1 Siturlaj eount,. FERNANDEZ. BlSBEE A CO., 1852. L. K. airy C I S
r Five dcllars for teen lessons. Q( A 1&IA5)m June 20.-6m Agents for Jacksonville. year th I
as fixed upon by Street Committee et- rr rm- jin 8 Taxasseasorand \ ; 'I

t"cb 19-It T5IIE UNDEnSIONED having leased the City LtNE. Alligator, Columbia Co.; Fla, Jsn.3d. bova'nrr 4. t II
ling forth the many disadvantages which .LL SAW MILL, have_formed Copartnership forthe NEW STAGE who
would accrue if such plan should be car- $150 Reward purpose of8XWXVG XTJBTBEK. c.wpa TUB PROPRIETORS will Virtue TAX of the power _vested ia .,.''i ,
ried into effect.Councilman. n-s.\\.\Y Jront the plantation ofIhesubfcribrr for the Home Market under the style and title, of run. al'assenger Coach during law, I shall expose for sale I f;
the Aucilli river in t the first ,
on _- between Court Ho'jfeat Alligator,
S CLARK 1 BUTLER. JOHN CLARK. the summer season i'
moved that the
: Cooper vL the county of Jefferson, negro man JHO.Q. BUTLER. the Upper Mhitt Sulpuur >pnng and Alligator 0' May 1853, the following described .

plan for Jaying ont of street, in said JCL by the name of "TON E." (calls himself or The above sub scribers would respectfully 00 Monday i, and Upper White Sulphur and rty or so much thereof as will pay IoIIcI1. 1,

Col. Hart be ubstUutod hnm>..) is nbont 28 In 30 vers old,slim built, solicit the PATRONAGE of the Pabli ..LIJ] Lower Mineral Spring on Thursdays; connect. and Cou'nty taxes and the Decess try thai r
locality as proposed by bout 5 fret 10 inches high' weighs( about 130 as they have entered into the business for the ex- iog with th'mmi. stage.from Tallahassee on dime thereon to wit: 64 acres 2<1 rate s S

for Street Committee's plan- to UO pnou.fs. C'omplextion! very black; whiteof press purpose ofAWING Thura.Iiysanmilstsge from Jacksonville onlonI18) near Colombo, on the Suw-inne,
his eyes, red ; ht rather am-ill and trim Ibis line will afford comfortable to and assessed to Paul McCormick aad ,
which motion being seconded was unanimously LUMBER: : FOR 8eeI&'a: -
: He is that L. K.
land aDd foot tor a neero. a toy ud easy aeoenK, with no night tiavel, to the yeAr 1852 tta**,' ;
: :-
earned.Councilman h'la traveled with nie sonic,prtieul",11 in E-Ist Mineral Springs on the buwanoee, for all per j in 8. Tax Collector and .
observed that 'Ion.lain going, the way of Aligitor, New. They will also ban a Grist Mill attached to the ions seeking health and iuscme at the a- Alligitor,Columbia Co..FI.Jan. 3d ; -
Buffington unsville. Wo ;ihoot* and Sufford Pond to a Machinery( and as they have the agoncy of one of
tbe FLAMXJ .aiACHIXtS of Isaac Crown of hove watering, places Collectors Sale.BT ,
inasmuch a* one of the parties through Place 1 have on the \VACA lssee. He. li usually Baltimore, which will be in operation in are.daya.and D J & J W. SHEFFIELD, Tax

.hose Iota the continuation of Marsh try polite and ptuwble when sp< keu to, but which is entirely novel in this part of the coun C Proprietors. Virtne of the power vested in ;

: a must artful scamp; if he thought it to bit try-and ono of the firm being aa old and expcricncod While Sncj, Fin,April 1732, .-ly law, I shall expose for sae i
street as directed by Ordinance of Council advantage might deny belonging to, or know hand with all the above machinery and both Court House a' Alligator on the first a4 -

at last .would considered i ngme, and even change his name. Tbe last of them being well acquainted with the wants of JUST RECEIVED or May 1852, ,the following Is sf-." ".
meeting, now, ccount bad of him w.s in Columbia County, tbe City in their lmov they will endeavor to give pert, or so much thereof as will pay -
'herself eggriercd, and desired a bearingin where be told I bad sold him and was on his grnertl rafrfoctiea, to all who will favor them W H. T.'TITUS CASH GROCERY aDd County,Taxes and the necessary J

regarU thereto -ami with a view to Toy to Jacksonville may be aiming for Sa- with August their f or 1852.lers Htf AND }>PROVISION STORE.. doe thereon, to wit/, 40 acres, 2d rate .-. -' :

unuAb or Charleston, as be has been at both A A \RRELS best qaality FLOUR; known as the Alexander old plxce ; ,., .
'Lricg the matter before 'Council in such those places. think it not improbably, how.ver NEW BAKERY. 1{JJ 20 kits No I MACKEREL fresh; to and assessed to Joel Pope for the '

manner as to admit a bearing-he would ,he may have been tampered with hy some DREAD, PIliS, AND CAKES. 1 5 kits No I PICKLED SALMON do Jan 8 ,fax assessor: & '.:1' 1 .
white pTN>n; if so, 1 will givisonehundred rtO lbs LEAF LR), \ -* auali,. FU Jan. 3J -I
move a reconsideration of rote by which dollars for such information AI will lead TilE PARTNERSHIP h'retAfor. .*'u' 30 .tubs UARIFIED LARD, for extra familyuse AlligatorColumbia Co. &', *
in the conduct
wm between Myers A Coopman, "
raid Ordinance was passed, which being to conviction of ocli p.rsonorI Slid give of the Baking business having boon dissolved,the. TAX COLLECTORS. SALE. :.',' S
the of negro HAMS "
fifty dollars for delivery subscriber desires to make known to the public I 000 tbf nm cured Virtue of the power Tested in -
seconded, Judge Livingston, (Counsel for 1& me on my pltntation in Jefferson county; that he will hereafter carry on said business singly 0 box CHEESE superior quality. BT hw I shall 'expos for:sale ,
him ,
ad- twentyfive dollars for having He has made full preparations to opply'the town the first :
S :Mr. M. Doggett,) had permission to or ALSO, Court House at Alligator. flU ,
odrd iu ai.y safe Jail so that I em get him. and other purchasers with excellent Bread. Pie, Planters .,. ..
.drc s the Council in opposition to Ordinance feb 19-:2t JOHN FINLA r Oi. and Cakes which be 1 U now delivering regularly at A, full assortment of Hardware, In-, of May 1853V:ihe rollo.JngdClCribed .
the *
the houses of his customers. Tools and Implements of every descnptton, rso much thereof a**ill par ***
in question,'and was replied to by Tickets furnished and families an1.her. within eluding Corn Mills Corn bbellers Ioughs'Hoes County Taxes, and the necessary Tec I .

Councilman Cooper in favor of said Or- HERNANDEZ & REYES,' I. the limits of the town supplied at aa early hoar Chains Axes, &0., Also a large stock of due thereon, '0' wit: 160 acres of arUe-'

DB313E8.A.DT.&XLOB.S, every da,. Price-5 cents per loaf. J i: BOOTS AND SHOES, belonging to and assessed to .Bryant .
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.avlllr. East Flertd, and flne Broguns, of ev- for year ,a .. ..
Jackt nen' and
Letters on the Climate,Soils and Productions ef ocladiog coarse Jan 8, Tax assessor .
I On a call for the Teas and Nays on J descrlptloBv Urge assortment of Fln JaD. 3d. Ar .-.
It BETES returns their thanks F L 0 UID A. cry Alligator,Col'1mb11Co.< 't '. .
ihe motion, to rcconsidet the vote by ffR5ASDEZ and the publi*generally, for 'Pills interesting work Is for sale at the store of IhitlMarrelled: Gunt, Vw

resultS they have received,aM hope .1. J.H.MoBory.jr. and at the ... office., BIFLES :full,and TAX COLLECTORS $ sal'S
frUich said Ordinance iras proposed, be liberal attention patronage to business to merit a eenUau.Leomewne. Jacksonville. Priee. 25 eeutle. .f iar.ize i KENTUCKY of' ,- Virtue of the power Tested in A.y-

was follows-an! raofion declared lost: .' Ifavincreeaived the latest ryles Post Offiae Stamps win be taken for Letters and whole- stock, A large quantity B .ta.,t shall expose for sal *- S

S YEAS-Mr. ,Clark! 4iree'lrom th* North they are prepared os. can be easily remitted by letter.WATER .: :WINES AND'.BRANDIES, i Court House at Alligator, on the first .
S work wtrasUd to the1.eare with despateh.aid : ; offered ia thi. described
all mar.ket following
few than ever of hey,1833the
...rr They Invite all to PROOF PAINT.-For sal*, a of oiler vintage .5 -
KATS.'- Messrs. Buffington, :Butt', in them a workmanlike_n. (on Newnaa street see nd door best 6. rive 'aesurhigthe pub- by in.tie southern country. Produce and county taxesand the necessary
Coop, Caoora Townsend, !from Dr. Byrne p DW bmildtof J N:07k. : be bought I
flELLCUASSEi'PINEGAN., IB wtchtnge for goodi.' wit fc-IO acres. 2nd tati
lie thai their prices shall be_moderate and all preIDntl.al'l'aDiM r good paper ta>- duetbreontO : .
from Patrol Law and ,
CouncllnuaTowRsend belonging to
wish Creek
to Is B. FlMten ad't mbermenb0 pear Rockey, ,
estimated uti ,.parinl.,th..horteat.tie. RECEIVED large U elegant lot of N to can sod oThadeo .Peen..for the.sear 1852.. 1tA8i.
ommittcej>rcccnt tcd.reportof lob Ill Do 6-1 OOIItoZ' JUST tiheulders Sides Lard,;and many arc* Milt m r*.peetfon1IDTlted elsewhere. Oct23 8' L. '
of Town articles for family use and for xamine, Ixforo buytag ,1
S expenditure! of gorersmeat per other a e esary S Tax assessor and

.< annum ia case of passageof,Patrol OrdiMnoft Executor'* ffetlec., sale by 'M]t ,. 'U, T.TJTUS.rflURNE&'S DISSOLUTION.ffUlB. Alligitorj! Columbia Co,FU,Jan..2d TM. ,
our 1 .,
:MONTHS after dat*w* wlllpreaut to' .tw( en .
S' 8ARSAPARILLA two \tJL ffUlB C-Bar& lpbef :
beiag Ae Honorable
horetoforo pcseatedwhich accounts and vouchers to ,BotflesTwasesi's do4Ayer'a" CWrry y U&h. Miwslrn d,under firm of ED ANK&LBWIB 'NOTICE.TMTTRTT ., I Iii w '
S received( 'on motion by Councilman the Judge of Prefeii for the *utirof Balsam ef Wild CherryJnst (",dissolved VT.mutual eowent. AUdebtaotth.lategrmnwfll dat.l..m spply .
.was eascatril and 'UOG&.o1' ..e nIhI of Pectoral; i .* be paid.by Wm. 1 EuiIt5mt4 Dsys atter .4
Canota,'laid on" the table together with borour wlfe'of u th.' tstat of,TIt B. Fills de-- celved and.for sale by J,1L"PATNB.fl alt'SWM of money dal said Irm wUl L<:Honorable Judge of th* Circuit' : ,<'>J .

Patrol OnKaanct.Oa : '', tewtd f; a final settlement of the s**.t ..d \, 10 -"iS*.*BiSiJS1SBSM' Prnggist aM BW SM BMWWMSM 1 be : .b.h.Utoriae4 to settle .4, the Eastern.-Cfrewh. the 8tI'D the( ( : C
-. Jm $ *id/s>w- '.. haM :a _" tot leav*to selltb land belongingto I -'
n fur Tall dlsehstft |_
shall.apply a
., > .' -- SOMftBING-UTlU..t.ba" ., JOUNILLEWIL. of William Blandley lal or Alachna ,
'P'. -- : to part
r c. : ;. irIIL ,
< &ail ezector "1S63.'
till ;jnaj att THOMAS 1' .
; JiI Od riftChsroots. eceasJ.
ojoUon by Councilman CaDOT'1 l QtTIIB" 1aDcbel: La trlle ,.
ELIZABETH the rou.wtajr ,
at i'-
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which ;
Council then aJjottroed 1.- : ', e, ,slOoatriz. teroc HaanaherootMuJl- $ | C a ,:: :\t irl'Jl1:UIG S v ,WB1T SMITH ; \
-..f., :.. ='U'A"-,nDARR.Ue s.'., mEltODlcGm & ctcT: 4 wUI be I sold,.h.*p. DraggesV- -. ; 'EXECUTED 4r2W1-O'1'2ZC'. d.i 'J.j nJ5 '.
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lae.m Dn r;TlwWa:by' RECEIVED.Pubscnber -- 1EMALE .' ATTORNEYS .T ,liA:, HEWHYT.cc -.''II" INDIAN, LOXECIISTChronlo

GEQRGE'.cl POWERS> &CO.Jfl1E.: .: : :' :, Ornc&.or,P.tu'1'ri.J'J'. DEALXbVINPROVISIONS ,- ,
mI E would beg leave to inform the : : t. -' L" : -th-Eastern ttrenlU Business I '

'.n'LD' ..1.'. public'that he has Jut received a very. ,-"large. I \. ,...', ,. WILL. practice rurie4 W in their can.will. be Pomptly. attended CXIt : !rflPoST nTAIlf'AlfD'8 Dt
EDITED / h. .. .sndcphendidwrtm.ntofTDflY : '> to. ,Fb ZI,5Z.U.B. a n ,! MQCORS, TIN. :: J'OR TO CUD OJ', : -
GOODS : lad -
U advanee .
Txaiis? Ttrm DeBaft p#WUM. ," ,_ .flL PearsoB,. ;, tROCKEnY; 11RNITaE. Dysentery -

Nci Jt p r Aiseootiiiaed;.ntir ;) BLOW i A T b'Ii"l'r tY:7" 2A tv'.. 8EOAR3.:&c., &e. Wlit-"I itmJstpn eve ittun? ktnyrtKHtdtttktjmlKl ".r.t
the I1liiers.4k'4t4 wHft.wWwfttoM/ij
paid unless at the opUonof and will Offers hi itock for sale at the lowest possible rate .,!
olf 'i11 o the 1 AND'SnOESa : :.AJ 1 iP'ti'. : : TTA8 U- practice removed In to the JacksonvafcrTFIarlda Eastern and Southern,;Circuits for eaik.. Produce taken in exchange for goods.. fjy IT HAS ROT FATLZD TO CCKR.CI. "-A*
'FflZFOURTIIYZAE of Jacksonville, Feb 21,1852.- tfWARDLAW&WAt.KEflr SDiaLB
r01l.wiAc toerJU;' rich aortin.jtofMou4ia deLalnes,.Ameriean.EnlJ1sh .5. the 20th of September inst.-- the Supreme Court of the' State, and In the U 8 IXSTUCI..4- W a

iflarlperi( areiWtwelve11ae and under. and French both plain and figured ttu| The classes will OB be arranged so u to embrace the District Court fbrtio Northern DUtrict Florida.- rpJlIS.Talaabl, preparation b COmpounded

tbe'lfrtttasettion,: fl&T5eit4 (r each nbw'qnent barn,.Calicoes, figured aad plait Abaca; UohaiLustres r different ages and capacities of the pupils and thus February 7, 1852 tf_ edieiasj yoett rrowbr U
; Persian Cloths, EngUsh-Metinoeej Para their Intellectual imPf*" Factors and CqmmbdoLXorehanu thfnd.. Ofl'Ios4da.. It b rnul anti 4
a liberal progressively promote wuoaiT
., Insertion. r -yiyidvert1eeri; raatU Cloths;'Bombasines; Brocade Silks Plain men&and also insure to them thorough instruction .Cooper & Basinger, NOETH ATIJLHTICWHAEF- Vegetable, and designed xsrKct4ii.r fbrt.' :*
: -t.GaIIt w"1D Chameleon ds? wide black de; Florence do;colored in the various departmentlofliteramre and acion ATTORNEYS, .A.T..L'.4 w- cure of the above
rr7AU advertisements must be paid,for before satin*, Ac. A very rich 'anorhnent of Cashmere Mathematical Instruction will be continued by, ) CUARLEST9 s. erLW..A. d1aeeT..1.a*d,3
nnlogjiy" refe all wool ,shawls plain, prided and embroidered the fonner.Teacher. SAVANNAH, GA. ..WnDLAw.. t G.WAIKCK.. Propriflor- fully conrincc4ibftfjj: -r;t
nsertian* t regular, customer.! By*b. black silk raanUllas Persian do black and colored The French and Drawing- 'Der." .. !nj wID.' .b. '.WILL practice in'all the Court of the Easterni 'eig2l.. '3m valuable Medicine fact the test &)1.'r
te: terms th. t. ro" IDa! ucer. Pan ; 1 T .t: Has given ie in the
ring ar. ; recr English silk hose, Do glove and lace mitts under the direction of P.e BesRochers. ''. CircuitofGeorgha.alsOin; theEa4.rnCir j town JJj' which 1e rtside/
; tai transmitted with the ad T erUsemcntOy kid gteTt" a large ,assortment rich dress trim J Musical Intruosionwiil be given U the PapHs euihfFtond" '_ > .: WiLliAM ?,TUNNO, and the "w/.wg-mr'MwUh' which It bar

Ayert Dot marked with the Bum mines braids lace gimps, corde and Cringesbraid, of this Institute by any of the Professors of that ;Office on the Bay;over the Republican. Beading Factor and Commission.Merchant,, met,warrant him in Mylng that it U a POSI.TITECURB. .
will:be continued ,ntil black lace trimmings, very wide; a .lIeautifullot'orembroiderler < Science rojM* onvaie; the Principals leaving Uoptiomr Room, .. II. has thereto U
ofjntertioni required, come
hcodle worked collar; Do cnfl; th..parntlland guardian te decide. P. CoonaWI&:8. ASlxcEa: SOUTHE whiter,: *u.u 1'I,BOOTHOAKOtMAsept
forbid s4bergeir. bands;ehemesettes underaleevcs and L C han< of CBAILKS tf 4, 18)2. 'UWm.ntLawton"tkCoi dtermhitJca t. place,it within the rtaeJ of\,
TERMS, (paya&letadva ee.)-Tot one quarter t Doe1L .IT kno.rng how, .ser with
ur Fire Dollars w U charged, for all announcements kerchieft needle worked edgings and inserting1linen weeks : asany tbii very..nonpleataat
candidates'for office, in advance. and thread do; German and Yalcncme do Writing and Arith Felix Livingston and" iftem oangrroa. DUtM'par."
Orthography Reading, .
worked floctcings; embroidered skirts do wiDdawdrapery tlcnlarlj the Seathem aid Wrsterv StateaX1-
for six months, : : ,*10 (00, and rich of Ilk metre$4, 00 FACTORS AND tjuMMIISIONl\bRCIr.\NU; ,
< c; a very superior and 5 00 ATTORNEY ATLAW1 In purchasIngy INDIAN t.OXBC11S'1",,
11 Legal or'other Business Cards,'per aiu' J 0JioUee 00 and velvet bonnets; do straw rich bonnet ribbons Mathematics Grammar Geography and the higher History branches' ef F.A. : No. 13 Souther* Wforf Charletton., S. C.WM. particular and look for my vrittea .tnttarrontbclabeL
Debtors and Creditors, : 7 00 and neck do, very wido, plain and figured; buskins JACKSOATILLK :
f. : to English Literature "0 M.LnirrowWV..M. T*vi-oa, .
:. .': ;I Application for Letters Administration, 5 00 gents',bootee very fine, slippers boots;,dp ties gaiters, and Jenny and ,timer Lind boot readymade Tho French Language,in classes, .. 5 00 April 8C. tf___ U.Waiewasey Bneov5- JOSCPH T.Diu. I refer the pmblle te a few certificate IxWselected .

Application for dismissal as Administrator 10 0r clothine every description and quality. Drawing and Painting. do. B 00 Sept,8, i0 -: ; from among Jmany received from respectable
f :Editorial i for private benefit will he charMritUthAMtwi The saDfertber would say that be has engaged an Music from 910 to $15 for 24 lesson C. ,\.. ; .18nLoud citiitns ot Jacksonville.KOBBUT: '
r ee. JadYM'tI.tnS' accomplished Tailor to do custom work which will! : An additional charge of 50 cent for fuel, will ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR.Palatka : ,&.Co PilNSETT-: '
lied *
hat dana with o1offn and tMt.n. Cloth cass also be mad to each patron for one quarter daring '
: p7AU reflgou'., 0uUca' .w II..Wd' gtM1todtt meres and castings kept to suit customers. Pfan the winter. Sept 1. 18:2. 11.6m ri riia:, ':. .rACTfJ'RS, AND COMMISSION P.;S. Pranleni aSoatd' not Ve"w'iWewf tntultbIe

. -;-. :-,-' : tore, who wish to furnish their negroes with eboc Will attend. .tho Courts of the Ccrcui : )MERCHANTS )Itdi u.: Envy .bUl!IlL to

i t.; :All adnussaWe'personal communications will be or clothing,can b*tupplied with large quantities avery MALE AND FEMALE jan 1 3m NO. 118, BAT STREET keep k on hand., _

: : advertisements.C5 low prices. The public! are invited to call and .--.-. ,-.- A.JLREEDjpriacjjoJ! Agent forlackion.villa. "
(L charged' M examine goods and price for Classical and English Institute- F. CLAY BARRETT, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA .
All bills for Job Printing,must be paid OD ibBn i tl\lAN.
,-j Notary Jaeseni1l.: .
Pnblic.Commisiwjt'r ofuatJrU W3*
of the work. Jacksonville. Oct 9, 1852. C JjIfotlce
. ,' the delivery Strict attention will be given to the sale of Cotton : -
1 .: r' fly AD letters en business; and communication, N. F. BROWN, PRINCIPAL. for taking .Acltnorrlfflf1W11 ef or other produce, and liberal advances made ---

. : ;. mdbpoe' pTiZ receive attention. ,. m' ( 1f Deeds; and other Instruments of Writing when desired. *
' :-\ zggr1 .. _' Subscriber having had stveril years to &t wed ill the Slates of JouaWCLoun. p, H:.., Drrtctionsfcr, using Poinsett' Indian Lea
z. J WOULD respcntfully can the attention of pa. THE in teaching has concluded to establish NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.Office jan 24. 1852. JyE. cast will be found on the Inside of the wrapperS
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: fi AGE FT 8 rM and the to the _
public generally large each '
1 his School in thispfaco, and. respectfully n bottle. Wheie there f. fever attend'irgiBedieesse
JOKI BKAKD Tallahassee Th.I and complete assortment of its merits.It with E L Harrison Co., Jacksonville, .W. Bilker
k *> invites the public to call and test Florida. Oct 23-tf apoi'pstiseeali: in:tverf
,*J'O.RALO'34: Esq Ocala, Fla. FURNITURE will be his constant effort to cultiV&te-tbe SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL COMMISSION est Re' used before tfie Lexerait.Should1
.> jurtreoeivedfrom Boo on. We purpose to eU on friendship and esteem.r pupils; and to instil MERCHANT there be a tendency to tionraJ'I' mod;
rf JOHS DAtttxo Esq, Tampa, Fla. those which tend to the human Philip Fraser ,
;"' : u good terms as can bo obtained in Savannah or principles develop esdalyand give toe Loxeeust
, '. iOen.8.:UBSSKI.L: NewnnnBrille, Fla. Charleston, as our freights are much cheaper than intellect and to refine the heart. ATTORNEY. CO UNSELLOR LAWtJACKSONVILLE SAVANNAH GA. than tbe dose. sculler dose.

t ;1/ri G'HT Alligator Fla. to any other port South, having a number of vcs Without being in the least sectarian, the In,tT. FLA., March 20. 1 :2.2L average
; # r. p eels coming out in ballad for lumber. This branch tuto will be conducted on religious principles.By .
.,: J_D.t FiissT. Esq Garey's Ferry, FIR.iit of the trade will bo conducted by L M. FOLSOM, a most thorough sptem oCrevlewlllnd examinations WILL attend to any professional buaines ,Boston & Gnnby- 1 A FEW MORE. 07 THE MANY CERIIH '

!Eo.CI:5'fn Esq- St. Augustine, Fla. an experienced person in tho busin as. ProfcreoFo which experience ha. ,suggested, the to him in the Courts of thE CAT13Testimonial
!!om will keep on hand Piano Fortes, Violins, Principal flatters himself that knowledge once acquired astern Circuit, and the Supreme .Courts a AND GENERAL from a Rtfxttr tfjtitian.
r : Judge A. STEELE, Cedar Key,FhtJtti Guitars. Accordeons,&c. and i*prepared to furnigl cannot "e lost. T.lll lhnssee. He hits also such nn advantage COMMISSION MERCHANTS, The following certificate of the efficaci '

t'i /. 8"l SKTrEsq1 Piktka,'Fh. music and mnical instrument of every quality and Great inducement are offered-in the way of us connection with, an able Lawyer at Wcihng' CORSES BtTA"D, /ErrEBSO STREETS itie of this Medicine is from a regular pbyMta***4j M
description, both for tho old and new notation, together health and beauty of situation-to parents wishingto -
ice;' JACKSON: PRIEST, Esq, Fleming'on, FUX with instruction books of all kinds. Orders send their children from home, a* no pains will I n City as will ensure a prompt and area ,SAVANNAH, GA. I in Columbia county: _

#. \ ( P. COOTEB-, Esq Savannah, Oa from the interior will lo attended to promptly. be spared in providing for their comfort and enjoyment ycollectionof uch claims as may be placed n" BOSTON. J r jonx K. GVXBT.Nov. PMK Otovr Columbia eo, 1E.F

I E=._. :_. -- ., ------ -= Also-STOVES, of different kinds.J8k."Onvnte n his hands against the United States., 1.1851. 6m ,February 2Vtb;1852. f
: U ,October 2. 1852. tf The discipline will be inflexible,though mild andperlluui Sept.8th,1649 ly Mr. Egbert Peinsctt;
: :< : btNt\u1JH y Charles E. Dunn Dear Sir: I have used three Bottle of your 10'

The course of instruction includes a3 the branches Oscar Hart SURVEYOR OF TIMRER dine Lexecust all succeeding admiraSly. On. e9
\ : JOB PRINTING OFFICE. I>. Itt'CITEff & CO., 'tc
of finished education and the bottles
. a thorough English wa used in a cave Chiwaie v.s.k'T
'1" 1k! # ",- BAY STREET, JACKSONf.lLLE.FLA., a fall preparation for any college clam. ATTORNEY AT LAW, A PPOINTED by the Governor,for Duval county, which had produced pvolapcnf aniVor protrusion oS
: : : ENGLISH STUDIES stairs ) having teen qnati&ed as snch,offers his service the rectara which had
respectfully inform their customer (Office in the Court House, up baffled allother remedies'
3:;' HAVTSO received from JT ew York a rnpply of WOULD( the public generally, that their FALL Orthography. Rending- Penmanship; Phonography r "IT/ILL practice la the several Counties r Jacksonville! to the public; Feb in that 7, 852.capacity. trI that had been tried, (and these were not a' Iinr).
: and other inaterials suitable fur Job Printing Grammar Geography Ancient and ModernHistory The result was a final cure with one Lottie. Teem
::;\ Type STOCK OF GOODS have arrived, and are now ; ; : T V t he Eastern cirnit of Florida, and at- {
'. we arViiow'prepared to execute,at the shortest notiee ready for,the inspection of those wishing to purchase ; Khclone- Book-Kccping Composition and tendto tbe collection claims Pgainst the U. David II. Galloway & Co., Indian Loxecnst is the mOlt poarive and eertaio-
i for and
Declamation, Botany; the Bible; Vocal Music; cure Dysentery DiamOca 0 any remedy-
: f .' all lands or Good Articles at Low Prices. Drawing. States for Military Services nnd for Horses lost, I SAYAN N All, GA, that I have as yet learned the MO of.,

,.;' : 'Pamphlets,. Circulars Their stock consists,in part of Dry Goods, of almost SCIENTIFIC COURSE. or other property lost destroyed by troops ins.lld 3HtUFACTUKr.R AID DFAT.FSS: it lttpectulf7.10ane,

;:' I Law Blamln, Hand Blue, every quality and name, from silks to kerseys Intellectual, Moral, and Natural Phileeophy; service I Friction MatchM. in rnnnd wood boxes, Marking P.W. CATO.) .D..
::)f.. .BBiiom :rdr Sh.w Bill, fresh family Groceries, Uardware.Tin ware, Wood. Astronomy; Cbcrairtry; Logic; Ge Ioey.MATHEMATICAL \lso) ,clAims for Pensioiisof disabled Soldiers Ink Black Writing Ink, and N. B. Send me-atiKher supply immediately.
Visiting Cards, Bill .f La din;.j J Jkcn I If' en ware Boots and Shocp, Hats and Cap of the COURSE. or the Widowsand Orphans deceased Soldiers. mar IT OH Paste Blacking. macil P. \.c..
.frf... 'Labeli, lc., cc. latest ftyles Lndtes Bonnets and a variety of serviceable 1'FORT'
I Arithmetic Algebra Geometry; Triponcmetry Land to officers and
Also claims for Bounty Tftn Rev. L SwaTtn.Jaekaonvile
and fancy articles, which cannot fail to ,
: ::> fl7AallZsfor.norL' nfthit lnidto Juno paid 14.ond'JivrrV I suit the most varied tastes. oi the FAIK sex, who Surveying Differential: and Mensuration;Calculus.Analytical Geometry, soldiers, and the \\Wows and Orphans of deed & DUNHAM Nev.% 18il.

., are especially invited to call.ALSO. CLASSICAL Integral COURSELatin oififcrs and eoldifrs. IF At >1R9 lJID Mr. E.Peia ett-Dear Sir: I take pleasure in ex-
attention to pressing to preiatien .( Indian
Also, will give his conveyancing, yew my your
MERCHANDISE. A select assortment Saddles, Bridled, Martin A ; Greek of Lectures German.will delivered duringthe to examining: Titles! and Becordsand assertain- COMMISSION ,MERCHANTS Losienst as a family medicine. baveued it with

. y gails.Collar Ac.. Trunks.Carj-ct Bags, Umbrellas, course and Chemistry. The i nit cbims to Lands. SAVANNAh, CI02CIA. good access. Yours, rctpeetfnlly,
and all that is usually found in any store in this year upon Philosophy entrusted tn him will meet with I.FWART.
'NEW DRUG AND FANCY country.the halfof which would be"toonumerousto School will be furnished with' a neweet of npp All business BESTIr R. JTORT. T. K- DUNUAM.Oetober30tb.185241 .
prompt attention; and all instruments of wri- From Set Jot C />y.JarL _
and will affcrd ample opportunities
61( g.I' mention. :trains, HOlt will be executed by him with neatness and _.__ _nlle, .". 17,1831.
M ." Their stock having been selected by one of the becoming acjn:tinted with, Science and the ; Mr. Pomsett Tkt, will b&vm that for .
you **rcral -
TIlE SUBSCRIBER is now opening at his store, firm, and one well acquainted with the wants practical opiruMon o fits laws. Uespntcb. J. HOLMES. yean I have "trued'mush at different time

Oa lonflh Strrti, the people of this section, they only say- The Academic year will be divided into four Jucakonvilleian.2Zs 153?. tt General Commission Merchant. from Cbroeie Diarrh
'' A5 (lSEKAtr ASSORTMENT OF fj CALL AND SEE, .r I quarters eleven weeks each Students may and received an entire relief and hew
OILS PAINTS being fully assured that none will go away nnrait- enter after the commencement of quarter A. A. OCHUS. 100 WALL STREET, SEW TOn. no reason to doubt its being perinacent. Believing
I' cd, either as to the quality of the goods or tho nny NSTliCTOR of thorough Ba*!. and pcrforroance .
pnccs it to be a duty which I to the afflicted I
Vt owo
AND asked forthcmvN.B and be charged only from the time of their ad- I the Piano unl Guitar would respectfully Will pny particular attention to'ale of Yellow present
C upon Pine Lumber. Live Oak and other Southern Timber yon this certificate which yon can use at yen'think
: L\t'i't7'' .Larc1::;, >->-AU kind of Country Produce taken in tnisson. announco to (bo citizens of Jacksonvilleand and f.roducand to order for purchasing! proper I will also say, that ia convening
exchange for goods, at the highest market pnces. TERMS: that he will be prepared from tie .
RCe*Ujr selected with neat care in the city o vicinity, Merchandisetf dee II with many who have used your medicine, I have
; HEW-YOEK.: Again CALL AND 5EJi. We charge iiothi>.: for Board and Tuition, including lights,fIleT, 1ft of Janniry, t. afford"perfect satisfaction to any _._._.__.. neb found one who did not reeefve relictJ01INC.LET.
," showuie our goods. and washing,per session of 5 mouths, enD 00 wha way favor him w;Ih their patronage.
He invites thy attention of airrchants; PliT I- D. M CUES' A CO. German French, 600 ReemumcBdations from ('ol l, J. Bruard.end d j- Pastor MetSoJIrt Church Jaekconville.

J" rlata andtheCmmaiillrto Stock, with the Oct 13. 1851. ____ e (Pvyable quarterly,in advance)- :tinguicbed of- the North can be icon ct any GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
assurance that the articles will be found to be fresh, FOR DAY STUDENTS. time. dee IS-tt_ 112 Karl &. A'vr YerA_ M.UDA al"..1...1.1852.
prime quality,and at as low prices as they can be New Goods New Goods English Studies and Mathematics. (ID 00 Pear Sir-Seme time linn I was ca a Ti.-.'
bought in any market of the S onthern country. Including tbe Scientific Course, 12 00 TTasliington 31.A I"cs, CAR'EYcL' attention will bo given to du A your place and warsuddcnly taken very I ck.-
t" rr..tVhoJesaJe and Kctail.42 IV ND:SOLICITOR Rice. Sugar Lumber Timber and Your Indian .Loxecngt
HE OFFERS Latin aod Greek 1500 TTORN AT LA A wa reemameniieiT. Tfcer
r CHEWJNG .TOBACCO AND SF.QARS. JUST RECEIVED, direct from New York, a German or ranch extra C 00 IN CHANCERY other Southern Produce. Also, Merchandize pnr- friend that I was visiting; harpcneii to have a bottle
n OLD LIQUORS AM WISES, FINE Assortment of Fashionable Spring (Payable quarterly: in advance) ALLIGA..a, OLWMBIA COUNTY,FLA, chased on roost advantageous terms. June 10-1 y of t in tbe hooHl, and I used it, and take fJeature-

J ,' CUTLERY, JEWELRY. Dress Goods of French Briti.h,and American A liberal deduction will he made for pupils In 11TILL practice in the several counties composing JOSEPH dim, in informing you that it cured me. I am averse to.
C &c. &c. MJlnuf ctur ,col'pri"iug in pirt- the Primary studies. Mr. Brown is also able to 'I the Eastern Judicial Circuit of Florida,llam- having my name in pSnttat* _ French oil col'd GiiighnnisAmeriean i do. secure the services of a roost superior German Pianist ilten county of the Middle Circuit and Levy county GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, of those that may be affiMjfcd. you can publish this

, TEA $<-{! (!/ AND GREEK) French,Enghiehi, and American I'rint;, should there be sufficient encouragement to "f the Southern Cirrmt; ; and in addition to his 33 WATER ST,NEW-YORK. if you tlink it X'ours ncec&sary with

Of the fihest quality, at as low prices as the same Furniture Chintz, }'ig\Imd Plain Lawns employ him. Address, N. F, BUOWNUrfrwtw regular profesrional duties, will attend promptly TRICT and prompt attention given to the sale SLSAXXA'irnARTLET.respect,
! article can'bfr sold in the Southern country. to the Tro, ecution ard collection of claimiof every O ?
all of
and Muslins. TJIfon Wiflard nan.Ite'l'S RWynVoop,RevCorr the General Government. of articles produce entrusted to Lu care, Dr. .Poin-ctt.Jacksonviuev Fl*

f ,; 1jli'Eill] LAID JrmfJ Jackouets, Phi nod Fig'd Swiss Muslins Chambers, Capt H B Nones.Wilmington, Del.; Dr description April 10,npsmst 1852. IT and all orders promptly complied with. GBATELLT BILL Oct .
24 1852. 20 1851
, win find he thinks, many articles adapted to their Miller, Brandvwino Village, Dct. Rev T Crad.onl, April tf Dear Sir-Your Indian Loxeeust is ,
I wants and tastes-all of which be will be glad to Cambrics and JacVsonets,plain and checked, Doer Del ; RevJ: EBwkwcU, Brooklyn, NY; m" Some time since I a GOOD medicine.

, exhibit and ecU for CASH lie will have in a few Fig'J Berages, Silk Tissues,very rich pat.terne. JrlnJ O\il'llant. Dr A E Bodd, McdfordNJr .- -BUSINISCARDS._ S. N. Williams, A.M.Reedy FS-J. your agent purchased, and gave bottle it to ene from-06my -

.,? days, a first rateg'OD irA r_Tbco Hyatt,. Rev 7os Cann, Rev Z A niissioy MERCHANT, that had offered
negroes much from
L Barrens R. TT.J1LACKSMITH DIGGS, very ss-
I >A FOUNTAIN, Wile Black: Silk. very cheap ; M&r&clics Mansfield, Wilmington Ga. Andover, JACKSONVILLE Fu.. ve re attack of Dy!rnterj_ R cured him. Soon
M.-., K M Moore. Savannah. AND .2114 CIIIXISTJnczsonrv.i.s
Jt 1U WtLt KEEP A CO StANT SUri'LY OF and Florence Silks, of cviry color, January 1852. IvJacksonville on hand and fur sale a afterward J had another negro attacked with the-
k Crape Shawl*, pi tin and fllll.roi.lrrrJ, ,FLA. KEEPS constantly general same di ee c. I purchased another bottle and it.
SO13.tt'W.LTEXL k. ST31TJPSof ---- --- --- assortment cured him also.I .
Pans Kid Gloyes,tUack and celoi'd Lace Male Instilufc, constantly on hand GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
the Terr best quality and flavor KEEPS : do not hesitate a moment in reeommendingr
_Jllne 6tr' -' '.; 'JOBS'M. PAYNE. Mite, KET. I. S\VAKT, A. M, 1'nc-pil. ; assortment of OV THE BEST SELECTIONS, your Indian Loxecnst to the public a* being the-
Do Silk aol Licle Gloves WKOTOMT IBOTLorBn',
Z'4F } and Will sell them lower for curb than they ran be inert certain remedy for Dyseatery that have ever
CHEAP STORE. I.ind Polka Gaiters 1oft. own manufacture,oTeTry -
Jenny used or heard of. If
ou see
Rates of Tuition. bou elsewhere in the PoutU. y proper yon can publish
rI5ILE undersigned having taken tbe New STORE Bronze-tipped Bootees,Opera Gaiters, OrJiography, Reading, Defining, Anthnotic and \_ kind, WrvHgltt, together> Lot with, Clun CattSterl Country \.roduee taken in exuhange, liberal tLis. \ountrnfr.
JLN J. HOLMES respectfully invites the Single Ties 1lI'skirSlippcrs S.c. rricss, MILES riacrr. ;
owned 9
of eleven t ,
i Penmanship per quarter we $4,0(1( of all sizes, Horse Shoe, and '
the to bin well selected stock oC! The 0 of Union and for.nwrly .E. Poinrctr, Jacksonville.J .
t attention of public most approved style Spung Conneta Geography Grammar, History Compaction, variousotber! articles in hu line. Also, STORE corner Forsyth street, -
G d. nd&ptedbotklot Country and City trade Do. Children's Hits, Silk Bonnets, richly Elocution; and Book Keeping, do, {,OO owned and occupied by.Mr.. Ja'Armstrorg I .tcno-t VILLE.FIJ_ Srpt 25.:7851.,
bnjen would d.well to call and examine his stock trimmed 00') of the latea' fashion higher branches of an English, themtiaal LUMBER CARTS AND WHEELS, Jacksonville.; Oct.23.1851. lyLVJner DR.E.Pomscrr Su-. Tide i bo t.entity..thi E

I (./pnvvbuing elsewhere. Consisting of the French lowers,rich Binnet ISitbon and SciontiGc course,, do- 0,00 kll tizcs, kept constantly on hand, or made to & have been permanently cured of a severe Diarrba.m
foilpwinp jaMortinent of ,staple and Fancy Dry G'ntlrmeifs Wwr. The Antient Languages, do. 10,00 order, at short notice. Potter, by the use of your mOlt valuable medicine callnS

t: Hats(iqoda and,.Hard ware Uusical and Cutlery Instruments.BoaU and Perfumery Shoes, no,Gaiters an 1 Shoes The French Language, in classes. 6,00 He in aNo prepared to execute with despatch GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Indian Lozeenet. after tnficnrg for mere than l&
Caps Drawing and Perepcctn, 5,00 months with that dirtrew dweaae. I take .
work which be at which ing
required price pleasure
Fancy Soaps Combs and Brashes and a generalasaertoMtttvf Reidy mideCiotbingaspleDdU assortment, toy may l': 4 Front street, comer ALiultx.Liu' upstairs,
, and ,Articles. Also 'amtirig, in water 9,00 innnot tail to suit all. lie would only ray to the in recommending your moat valuable medic l"
Toys Fancy a some fine. .
very oil to all
J5.00 Ublic home arti- NEW YORK .similarly affiieted. v
"caconrajjo indnrtry as
Saddles Bridals La Wood every ,
stock .elegaat merchants for cash
i large aDII.ClOjkerr are,a fine selected stock of fine Country York supplied The ODtrrwl4'qial Prof C L DES nOCIIERS Instructs: French, jle purchased lrou him, or made at his establish.ment. TILL attend promptly to all business entrusted' I remain yrara truly
: : U E.W CLAIiK.tc prices country Drawing and P lniJgort9'7! is fully equal to any cf the kind procured at I If ,A. J. .1 NSTOY.
Groceries an*Proruor-r to their earo. Particular attention given to
iiiUic solicited toc lt% anl examine G ds .
> ,
. are x> tho North. April Z, 1W2-ly Formerly of ,
Jacksonville N. C.
O ;, ._ Bay Street. the isle of Cotton Lumber, Timber and Turpentine .
and frlce dECHANICSl MANUFACTUREflS AND : also to the purchase of goods. Mr. Poinsctt, Sir: For the benefit of the
;FAMILY: GROCERIES. 53: "At the Brick Cash Slor J. L IIOGAIITH, ff7Libemcl advances made on consignments afflcted, yon can publi-h the following lute-

L. B. AMERUAST.Jacltsonville INVEKTORS. Tm: Sficetmi, Cofprt Lead and Zinc Worker, }'eb 2)). 1&52. Gm had seven fates Dianlice on my plantaiiao-

'.E"'inBsCB.mtf keep* constantly on hand March 27ih. JACKSON viLtc FLOEIPA.EEEP this 8t'DtOU;aIr or which have been cured l-y,
_*V a. fine..assortment'of GROCERIES, torespectfullycalls The Eighth Volume of the SCIENTIFIC Dying andRenoratin g Establishment t he use ft jt-or m(l valuable medicine calltd-
WATCHES JEWELRY CLOCKS ETC.c. AMERICAN the 18ih of ? constantly on hand a good assortment
the attentioa of the commences September.
wichs Loxecnst.
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Indian. rS{> .t fully,
,. yablie, e istiDgiapartofr It is principally devoted to Ibe diffusionof TIN of his own manufacture,
tf f, which bo odors on as favorable terms as ran be 73 Yoil street, rear ef the Court.House JOHN PRICE Jr
& Mess Port FIlIlI1a'flJI4rl.f1 knopJ! eminent
*" Hams Shoulders 1>. OAK, useful practical .nd"
Cod the ietcrests purchased at any csf.blMhment of the kind,North ESTABLISHED 1832. Black Crrtk, FL., Feb. 1st, 1832.
JBoloyna Sausage advance of
Serf, Jnvt returned from the Ncrth, would yc.ikuUledto: great or South. He is also prepared to execute at short
Dear Sir-Some lime in' .
Jl*, Maclerel, I'isk P uier'. Fleer HAVING: trl1l1y inform the public that be baa inIustty-MCfiaflic-1)l, lnvfactvtiv end Ag. notice, and in wwkma&like manner, any article LADIES' Silk and Woolen Dresses Shawl Ta- m.mbtr.r my
ic,cleaned,and Dyed various colors family was vary ill, indeed, with Diarrhoea. I
-GosI.a) Sutler, Qteest Lfof Lard, brought out a splendid assortment of giicuhura?-thegniusand muterpirit of then
SHEET IBOV,COPPEB, LEAD OR ZItC La iit'8' Bonnet bleached and in resorted to several |
CniWanJ Sroicn Sugar"; .Co',, Corn tion. pressed a thiep* ualy given: for'
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, : Hit motto is "quick sales and small profits."and fashionable style Kid Gloves cleaned and Gentlemen's the Disease but none of them would afford
Caa1kTas4 Journal of the ,
Me ivnllcd any
(ad CriitTeaCoffc., Cigar It is nnii liS a Arts
f .' 4.-* "- ; < FIXE GOLD JEWELRY of every description.Gold I heretics on the public to sustain him in his efforts. Garments deaned,renovated or dyed a*maybe reJj r. Your Indian Losrcust was recvmmrnded
ALSO maintaiusa character >
s sliver Sciences, aul Lila at STOVES cf all kinds, always on hand. Orders required' AlT done in the same style which baa eevesal
; and 1 made .
Cm by ld
Levin P. tt" MoMazaMa WItislty, lomcand nbroalTie from town much and friends ptritens. .m1I11i tory
I or country, thankfully received and generally so my patrons
"* -"*" GUARD, VEST. I it and am I did ...
[: : end Choice Brandies: stint I Publishers pledge themselves tint the punctually attendedpriJ 10, '52. tf Terms moderate Orders front the country and interior very find so, one BoliUffectrtl .
',- toncif BE,wu.1.SELL car*r ro*CA nwA'prU Gold Spectacles (attire Volumes ill at lea equal if uiA KUI- of. Georgia Florida and South Carolina perfect cure Ton will plrw e rob;

.- ". : 10.185X. ,-e T. G. M YEK*. SILVER Batter Knives WAKE ts.-fu-h Gold as and Spoons Silver of PENCILS all kinds, pass their predecessors Among the 1I1I1>>cts This Sido Up with Care. thankfully received and punctually attended to.mIU'271J' j"h l this-u,sod. a valuable Medicine oa htto.J
-- ALEXANDER GALLOWAY the SPiced il fur and' .
--- I columns ai'e Ciil,Engineering, Arcbitrtturet.iUktil puMia. near ia ordror

THE undersigned of Drugs hs..latel-nreifPd,Paints. Olin, &..eamoni a Iresn: Cnivos, RiunH,<*Sci8ll0n.m.T Shears KN8., etc. A sptendia ) .Eri>orilctiila lzrs Agricuiluwl, t'ihrous Implrnieutrlanufacturrs and Tmiilo, zt .gtst 'oi InDu1:1.f10'31t -- TVHOLCSILE. RETAIL-, that the aSDIclvd. may- find relief. Tours iSUTCn.4.sLLUIAI1 >,:

hlektnaj*be tftt'lltloo'.I-Lin8 nod Lamp lot <,f LADIES' FANS. Combs, Brushes;etc I! Substances Machinery for the purpose, Chtm- N3UI1Vflar.LNvlIwv.l1 TI N'iYZAV: FACTORY, To Dr. E.I'oil1.'UJ.&cnonn.u.

Oil, White Zinc Pal atVLitt' Load, pure end PERFUMERY, &c. ic1 Processes DistillingColoriull' &o. Steim.u .g.IIigQ-Nv7
If.. 1. Iodide Potasaa, ",tr'. Cherry Poctonl, .(;IGA1 .CASES,.PORTE ?iIONNA I ES. 1 Gas Engines Biilcra au.I Furnaces, ,5ith.malicil. .10 l1:5 a1 .IGJ ,ua.iV' IJ .It'J.1IQ.1l31i_ II r 10 and,12 Barnard tt., Sarannah, Gll- Vay Cth, 1831

WisUr!BilMw Wild.:Cherry, Hrf>Upd, Wild and many other articles to numerous to. mOlltiOD Philosophical,and Ofiicnl ioslrumenty .epvuzseananpu This is to certify it is with much, plmur .
raJa1! 'JIaddq..Io panq3.lud
n 1 Brtteirs,Philitoken-Ibe (female fnend, 'n7 Tbe public are invited to call.-Ca' Cars Carriages Water-Wheels Wind ,. -9 paw at roM- rpnB Subscriber respectfully invite the public. 'thd I announce the Pablic ILalli.ftbH.,
'S33KIJ 'NOJ..LOJ J. inflation of his stock of
effectually cured of tie
GD i aP"4 t ootPXsg"D3t"dVIUffl ; : WATCHES AND JEWELRY and Mills'Powers Machine JitrrsinecomplainbCill .
Grinding ,Plaining '
.voiijnK s3 i WJU .40
GmWW1de1fie best for lis- 1IaaaOUd [Planished, Tlkrn end Jipaaed Tin Ware, d Dysente, by tbe highly rrcomniradedi
; temrdy repaired at short notice, and warranted. Tool fur Lumber. Brick Slocliincs, Farming, joj.. piud! eq |]fl*sooua pooo '
DeUjtW before the pblic7 ;A; Jacksonville Fire Arms which ho .is constantly manufacturing. Person remedy Mr H. Poiosetr.: I had rcsortcd-fa*
peti.z Sept.11,1852. Gun. ElectHcirv. Telegrnphs Sur icil pe.moaiU30Q
.. JOHN M: visiting ,Savannah!swill do well to examine many things but of no avail; I was indtecd t..
en'IJiblieuir : : PATNE instruments, &c, besides Claims of.11 the Pa- nit 'IIoed l.t1l1noo aqt JUflVU.lIIJ! .10.1.c ifluicj! to .-- ". my ,
Pt02'It .. WOOD'SORNAMENTAL Lanes fIII111MlDlq lJ81t" s'I 'WJ31fJVIII stock previous : elrcwbere.BathIngTab try his TtrI'p.'tl..LJe crud pleas..nt Medioine.
'1 9.- L- 'enisRe! iew9y Notices oro.. Inventions, A- tll&JajJp! 11tn'. flbow.rlfatbs '
IRON JO eJpet-l" ejinbo d .urld on iacU.iOJ4VIf' ;; Hip LBathsutd, and to wy prwit saliUetie was eonpTetri'
1 WORKS, ,ol'rlcallDd Foreign. The work is In form for p Bntha Coekiag, Parlor and Office .
1LP/t1VTAD WINDOW GLASS. 'aidoad Sponge Stoves. cured and
\ pus [ 'quo qua eTc qlMlI19i1lDllf! paluivnb within a few *!, ti.. not been
\"")St't1Qit.r441 Boiled Ridge,Jtoad,_Pfiiladdpliia. niiding ourbunil,contains red several tinnlred En f rating o. 'aofluail, ,paw .e lu lad WC.IJ 2UJAVH .or Hollow various'slice and ef most approved pattern troubled sioce with that to atqclt dacaded.dis....
lamr over ( pam of printed matter, and ware, every description; 13namelled "
, f- tr.l P & C'jla!; superior artiel1* for 'a Iron 6tatn rj. LIons' Greyhounds, Kewfonnd- a copious Index* 'Nearly'nil 'the ralnabiePaenU 1Ir.Ij..4.M.OI'W'aSlalfIJ'lm and Tinned Fauna Pxngj Preserving,Pan*; Revoltmg ue..

tea Od.- land Dogs, Fountains of betntifnl design and va- which, issue weekly from the Patent Of. -tIN V-3UV41Jo nd other Waffle Ironi>4 : Ae Cutlery, and ,I am happy t> ay ether itumediafrowye-J.ae,-'

.ja.n.rpOiL', low & Iron Stair spiral and Straight on 1m- floe are illustrated' with Ehpraving in irscolurnns. IPlJllIlIV 111''' 1&&IH1Datn IlddDl rica 11 ..i.qs."oGs Bntannia Metal Ware Fore Pampas Well Pumps; eocae under uty own oh cO t Wiadow Glass,O stm aizei.:4OG1bfI.I .' proved plans; else Iron Railings and Verandas, ,..sapfitaoo lJq 0' .'lttlauai .onqlld 'AA Beer Pomps Well Wbeeh Brass .and.Pewter I add '
day* cheerfully mite to the
comprising upwards of 200 designs. thus making the paper a per trot Mechan- my already
1 den Potty: 'I1JO UOWiU! eql USO lu-n3Odia.l nLl011.1. FaoceUi CoojlirrsValves; &A Copper
JQTa1e16vforCaeh, bv Design and specifications will be tent to an I cal Encyclopedia for future as well present Steam,;and Water,Pipe aad.all' other copper, great amount oflrsliniooy with regard t.1OUP.

,-7iL_ ii .JOIL'i 11. PAr E put> ef the Union,addressing. < .rerereoCt'I eJi .a 3"'J'JJA O iaVr I work executed. with dilieAiaaoaaale; Valuable Medicine. I amrespertuly&s.kTJIEAILN .-A'
: ; .o.t9-ttm BOBEBT WOOD. Pblladel ni.. 'Valuable Pr mlorn ar.,offered for the:LI\" '.lVhItltWOhi1iThOi V'MOr.wav. ', .. > ;Jr.

au,iI" .1cnir ', t. 'J ro lCi .t. -IDISSOLUTION.. eesl tt of Subscribers this Volume,., U is .U1l1oUP pIavnui 'r '. : 'SILVEIVS I MINERAL' PAINTS, ToE.Poin trEsq.jACxsoatiu. ,

... ; >ubli.bed.WMktyby'AIUNM & 00. attbeir hj 'AUO Dr .*, E.F. Angust l5ub13fi
u. 'II
; T
v.-PUE partnenbip heretofore eii colors unfadlne cent
tinjf between and
"- re weatherproof *
mn uaT rfnM' 'i.fc weekly receipt fgoi.JI ,\ U the aodenigned, under the firm of EUBANK P etttAg ci' ,Offitt,.lSS. Fulton,Street,1le" pouad.rJOIINJ41AuRICE.. DearSir: Thiswill, inform you |,batena-

J. 3ijJ1oe ,teat.the best bonn la New ,Fore1Lf1ckU .t; LEWIS dissolved by mutual consent.' ADdebta York. .JUST ;RECEIVED; i. Savannah May 29.185"L I battle eP y Oft Medicine, called Ipous Lost-.
I flmd prepared to farnUh any artlebewoe of the late firm will be paid by \V 1ft. DEu- TERMS. 1 ;COST, has-, permanently eoied '.''0.of; ntyoe.,,
.h iDar:' Iie.:'T 'Itran tank*, and all ram of money due said firm will 1 copy,one year" f2 t copy OTO $1 AT,,THE. ;.CHEAP CASH:,STORE: OF. -'DM'CU ENC_ ., groes or n screre attack:,f Dysentery. COD-

: I trfaI IVy.t aYe Det.tided be paid to him;be being authorized to settle'crud ..I, 'I i AbflicLI c't 1- : T"TI1US. Next door U Feraandcs Cia H t C 'Day ttreetr aider It *n excellent )Mediwa for this corn-.
tit.artIelei Jut"n4 J per-,taauuercukkC.CodUezOiitWol4iAro._ .W. I). EUB A NK I > take
receipttorth'I&IDt. pWat.and
OcopieaCino; 6410 eopiet.12 moSl 5(1 .flAFAEREI5.t GllIeteI' Pies' I :- ;JasJaonTlU*,.FlaOTILL : gnat phcasursIrccoinezd...
JOHN U. ; <
.ti jan 'iodo"d.. :$3' 1$, d. ,da '$22201 20bUeUardBrea&Ek,,, IngUtotaepuhha. JCffiltCltuUn'oart. .
-lif fieVto&av fiehnappn Hooeks Panacea, New I Fort TUTU Fla...21; 185X- BOYS' .. keep COL hand a eraI..rtmea&e o4O. >
BltOOAN8-GDe '
-.; Ee4taaLzVaagk' $ JII*BonplaBd lever sad -, ddo, $28sv .. LADtES'OONOSESS and come.. Dry Good*,.Oroceriea,PTOVUIOB*. Hardware ,J S.1J.l'SRN. . NDEZ
: ,:;-' A.p r..ctnO *India \aola gue: Ayer :T'OUND.-APIak j3t about 25'feet long, S _:Souiibeintsn&Westan: Money tad Pott f Of- ."Itj ,Ladiea'JheGalten.OAITBn.s-.J 10. I r ;.1'-: : Cutlery,SadlWI.e.hich they invite the attention ;Ta Mr.;E.PoinsettNAPOLKOXAHDHIS'MASffllAlfi." .
6aeph.Quinine; Wfitan. aIIOm r' and both schooner of their friend and the poblU ronereUy. -. .
Jr Cb.trIL feet Beam and ibarp ends eeStaapn taken for.iijbscriptions-E LeU!rlhonU -- 'A 1'li assortment ff anOHOfCB ANmvBoOKU
( tf la ,the store of the
articlei nsaaQy kept
other Jo name- ber Anything town
W114.1J111atJ:1.Jritb many Ih*oner CM by proving prop.rPlythgclus7rA ;
rigged. b
&etLwo"an 114. 'r" post paid.1 *k "FAMILY, RoaBiUES:; can alway U bad at.their More 'Can Lad baa .;tb*.-

4..U"I.-1 +"J'l1'.ATN1Ur1IW) .. LCUlUSTOpm : AuguattI-I$52: -cr : 1".', Eo ,.A1ao;aWCUIIOI anl of". ei < .. ,\ ._"II1H'"' *>"
. .-vv--t C-. 4ea U Talbot. Brandy.*Btandy. RfUPERlIJU:'W U\t.d 'Ad4b jJt.Alin1E i .. .'- -- --- .------' beautifully bound i Ia Sir sal by\ : .' -: .
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