The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
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Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1853
Publication Date: 1852-1859
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Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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:!-VOLUME .. JACKSONVILLE,)[r.A., SA .AY., APRIL-2, 1853 f : NUMBER 22. ;

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: etectr .: octrn. late from Har. alla.' ., some ;provision saependin g\,the;insaneBishop .*; iSpIritt :'R.a! erous enough- ,) that e mad*by.
during his insanity. from his t1D1J. its in their ,communication r
-- Female Resolatioa. TIlt 3 Havana correspondent of the NewYorf Lion'and jurisdiction in the diocese- ?' Thq fbllawing article,from. 'the.;Nashville were'of God bey onld not err. ::
R '- c Tribune in his* letter of the 14th 4 ,The question would then< occur"'how' Christian infallible 1 alone
JU! I wet Borer oee kirn aerie : Advocate, has:been handed ; ie seatcheth the
Sine tint b.Tikes to roam inst' ,#*. says: shall the question of insanity be decided. .nsty a..,friend, with &jJ.equest.to publish "trieth the reins"I and readeth the ,| ,
ABA wboB bit eab stop Ai the ci door, C ta Saturday evening some tutpidtnu A power might be allowed to the 'Diocesan :, thoughts., Not so" with then rery ,
..y-r. not at bone; stew ruer was fired at, from a small fort Convention, three-fourths of. both/orders The present is eerWn1.the'age'of': Dodatin-Ip ritL They seem to
'..oauled but Bigbt when Jutta tailed calls d the.Cojimar, on the ,coast to the concurring, to pronounce a Bishop, deception and counterfeit as'well arrant things to all men.** Not we"appr '
. (Tbey Bait hkro met before JZftbaaty east raid, about three miles distant from laOS eompot nmtitthat done,they might of,profound discovery"and To that they may "save some,"' m
proceed to the election of Provisional progress.
her Ih U fcejulled, the Moro a I contrary,that they :damn '
It is may
not known what steamer prove this, needs only .to:'refer to those
ITS .'Yer"bin more! it w as but aa the Ohio and two British Bishop.Ex. Paper. singular delusions 'of :the ;times--,the Question,them,for instance in

Ill me BO store Ue Map bo toed stiyjmer left late on that day, it is sup- manifestations of "mediums,"- which set to the church, or any great truth ,
Nor play tho waltiei.'er;. nosed to have been-one of those vessels Reception of Diplomatic Corps by forth the doctrine of spirits intercourse, ted with Christianity;and UalI

,Nor wear the colon bo approved, I am informed by an acquaintance this THE P LSIDEET.In. and communication, through _the intervention answer trillexactly: agree with the
*XH aster seas bias BIOTO' morning that at a small town a few,miles of dead, with the eternal world. curly entertained sentiment of the .
'IH eoaqBor OOOB lore'i fbobab flame hence the troops in the place were being I conformity, with the established That Sa an,should be more active to.deceive = tioner. The Methodist is told
Ai thomandi bin before, mustered last evening that all was excitement usage, the members of the diplomatic body jne wow, than formerly, ought 'not thodism is the true religion; the : -
Loot ttraafe wbeae'er I barb s name and that the authorities were were on yesterday received by the President however;\to move the, wonder of Catholic that his' is the right t .
A od MOT pmoBBoe it more! running about in such a manner that he at the Executive mansion in their considering the great spread of the Chris any the infidel,,that neither church ,. 1
Tbo plait ofbairl nut resign, thought a landing must have taken place. official capacity. The President was attended tian religion throughout world. 'Besides gion, are necessary at all, for there I i 4

That aext ay beart I wore; j In regard to the slaves just imported, by the Secretary of State and the in every age, like an attending shadow hell, and Thomas! Paine, is ". ,
Ho too.mart yield that treat of Bin which are being sold in this city without other members of the cabinet His excellency falsehood baa followed closely in the fortably fixed, in Paradise. i
Bo dol.when truth be rroro'! much secrecy, the British Consul General A. de Bodisco, the Russian Min : pathway of truth, and ,ever has striven ceeding complaisance"'bad,the '. ,! '::
The Buniatare I ued to trace has directed a communication to the authorities ister, having been presented to the President hard, to clothe itself in the garments ,of things which never an J||j
Aod fool roamatio.'er, here, but until his nation shall by the Secretary of State, delivered, verity. It is likely that the whole subjectof readily come forth at the call of }
TH tour from its morocco CAM, direct cannon at these violations of solemn as the senior of the diplomatic corps, and "Spirit Rapping," &cT would meet' and' the"animated ghosts 'I \
: And oerw kill U more! contract, the trade will go on briskly. on behalf of the ministers and heads of but its merit, if it were treated with rid living as well as the dead,rap_and ,i; .'.

nil rmc-bn pit..I nut return, Alluding to the slave ship recently legation present, an address of congratulation icule and contempt. But as some, nay ble the' .tables. _about, whenever : '

(It makes my logon< sore,) wrecked on the Island, the writer says : the in the French language, to which many "of,whom we wot," who, occupy i.And OToreooM-. Can M like a t.laillpbo-... '. i'",.,'
Tbea thsis hia letter*-theeeni barn. She was found ashore near Nuevitaaby I returned in English an appropriate : respectable positions in society, are'being Without oar special wooder** i ':',
And trample OB the Soor'BM the British war steamer Buzzard, with | response. The members oft e I daily deceived,'and threatened with ruin, Not long since'the'ReT Mr-: .: '
aonaent that my album' grac J, seven dead negroes on board. Marty, the diplomatic corps were'then severally presented by lending themselves to the pernicious posed ton, ;distiogushed. medium 1 ',)
My tears thus blot it o.r JTbo fisherman the to the President,and the interview
impresario of our opera, influences of, the supposed spiritual communications ask some questions of the com uni ':
hens together thus FD part .. and now Captain of the Navy of the first terminated. We subjoin the translationof we desire to approach the spirit,.mentally,and desired to, : .
And .'er behold it more! rank will make it the address, and also the reply vf the : t '
is said, about 42,000 subject gravely not indeed for ita'own they would be answered. -The t ;
IK waits and flirt with Ensign G-_, by this importation. Hu craft took on President. sake, but on account of deluded victims. they would. He then, mentally ,t .
(Though voted oft a bore!) board 150 and odd, and he landed them At the conclusion of the diplomatic audience We have not had the opportunity,some, pounded three questions each of : I /,
la short IH show my heart u fret s, just close by the Captain of the Port's the President received the numerous to examine this "mystery of iniquity" the spirit returned an affirmative :
And gh for him BO more' office, at midnight, and he now can account visitors who, in pursuance of the arrangement which now."works," out. we have seen The questions were these. f ;
If w.should meet bio eye ofaaU aLi ink to the Captain of the slaver for published in our columns of enough to convince us of two things in 1. Was the sword in the hand : :
My ecor&fnl glance before; 90 only, and demands ten doubloons per yesterday, availed themselves of the opportunity reference to it., First we think the angel, who stood before Baalam, ..
Gob that*bit knock! here John I think negro for having landed that number. to pay him their respects. agency is undoubtedly supernatural; and way, the'same that was worn by 0"
11...him just-once more! Luna,the Captain of the Port, is in a The translation of the address deliveredby second, it is as necessarily diabolical. For Scott in Mexico? Answer-Yet. :
I great rage, that they should be landed so Mr. Bodisco is as follows: these positions which, after much reflection 2. Was the ass on which the "t

Late Foreign Items. near his place without getting any of the [Translation.] on the subject,we assume,' we will sat on that occasion, the same one .
spoils, while the Portuguese Captain is 3Ic. PRESIDENT: The United States give our reasons, which, when stated, General Santa_Anna ode,_when
There is an usual commotion :In Hun almost gone mad with his I loss. The rest in the exercise of their right to elect eve must of course go for,.what they an eaped from, Buena 'Yista? i j ;
gary, and many arrests have harm made. were landed on the coast ry fourth year the chief of the executive worth. The various undignified phenomena Tet. : .
More arrests have been made a t Milan. The President's address has not been power, have made choice of you, Mr. President through which these .communications 3. Wu the staff on which Jacob _
All the church bells are mute ant I guarded received; it is said that it will not be allowed to occupy this high and important are made, we look upon as 'totally when he worshiped, the same that ;: 1-

BO that they may not be toucher to come through the post office.- position.It unexplainable, by any principle or law pi under General Scott in the Mexican [;I, '_
The Austrian Lloyd says thi t in consequence Neither the Tribune nor any paper giving is in the name of the ministers and science,now known. And yet, that there Answer-Tet. ,'
of the unsettled state of affairsRussia I news are allowed to be circulated; they the heads of legations, here present, thatI is a power which demonstrates inthese, Can, such things be of God ,, .
are all in the have the honor to offer to you, 31 r. is the ridiculous' and vain *
taking great precautions to prevent stopped post things as palpable to senses as any assumption. ;
an outbreak in Poland. The Diario de la Habana (Creole) and President, our most cordial con$ tula. other thing. Animal electricity, baa the question may be asked, doss
The Constitutional states that the mislioD the Diario de la Marina (Government or tions. We express, at the same tnneour, been supposed the agent by some, but t very thing prove that there is '
sent bf Russia, to Consta ntinople is to Catalan organ) having been engaged in a conviction at this highly flattering testimony such a conclusion seems to us to be quite per nman about it at all 7 We ,
demand 9,000,000 rubles du 3 Russia for discussion of thepolicyofrntroducingthe of the confidence of the American out of the question; for that tables move certainly not but exactly the i
1840 and Chinese Coolies and the former people will induce you, Mr. President to and other take The devil '
her intervention in to insist gettingthe many staange things place though exceedingly f
upon a settlement of the holy sepulchreaffair. better of the argument, the Gtn'eminent concentrate all your efforts to secure the under this influence, and connected with swift, is neither nb'qnons: nor I
has ordered it to discontinue the dis- progress of the incontestable prosperity of circumstances, which set at defiance all hence, he Is compelled to employ j
The )Ion / t'gro war is et ided. cas ion, though the latter continues its the whole Union. This prosperity is due the laws of magnetism, as' being their spirits in these transactions ; f
The Hungarian conspiracy recently articles on the subject. in a great measure to the national energies producing cause, is too self-evident to be liable to err. Neither has he the f
discovered among the prisoners in Comorn What a state of things says the writer, ; but it must be mainly attributed to denied. .This fact we freely admit, for it to read the, thoughts men;, this t]1
had ramifications at Pesth. The plan to exist in a country but a stone's throw the continuance of peace as one of the is true. But in making this admission, alone can do, consequently ,the ;{
was to set lire to the fortress, and in the from the free and independent United most essential elements of the expansionof be it expressly understood, we do not in to an menial questions, boing r
States 1 If do the productive capacities of all countries the most distant that the guess-work, these singular mistakes '
confusion the provost was to liberate the you not believe me, come sense agree ,
prisoners, while) the allies outside seized and try for yourself, how we are here sit and the maintenance of which con- power is of God, or that its exercise is We regard these facts, as !j'- '1<
the arsenal. 'The provost was hanged on uatcd. A certain Judge, a good and b:)n- tributes so efficiently to spread and extend for good. Our negation, therefore, in dences that the whole thing is 1 1'
the discovery of the plot. orable citizen of a Southern State, remarked the general welfare. this respect amounts to an assertion on Devil and not;of God. t .,'.
The diplomatic corps i is persuaded, Mr. the other side which that of 3. It is against
Unusual symptoms of fermentationwere that it was so difficult to male not being reason, .
observable throughout Austria.- even the most enlightened in the United President, of your best dispositions towards God, and yet being supernatural, it must and common sense, to suppose it of for'f;
I the sovereigns and governmentswe be the Dtxil. This is conviction.We its practices being totally
Many arrests bad taken place at Prague.The States comprehend the actual manner in of our .
statement of the German which this Government acts, that he have the honor to represent ; and I believe the whole work to be of the with the known dignitj of the '
that Austria and Prussia insist on papers Eng- would be glad to see Mr. Fillmore and his have the advantage to assure you, Mr. Devil, and of no one else There are but character. What idea does its f, .
land banishing refugees, on pain of closing Cabinat in the Island for a few months, President, in the name of my colleagues, two essential powers in the universe theseare the majesty, might and glory of *
that our respective governments sincerely each other and to either him or his '
their dominions against the English, engaged in some manner so as to come in antagonistic to are suppose :
i is not true. The principal families in contact with the authorities. desire the continuance of the good under known as good and evil. The one is of condescending to such ,low and { T
standing now so happily existing.A God, and the other is of the Devil. All means of communication with the '
Vienna have, however, agreed not to 5nTite I mutual kind feeling,frank and loyal tables, | ,
or'their families to their actions and influences in the world must Turning up knocking or |
Englishmen explanations, will always tend to fortifythe from of these in corners and the chairs
homes. This:it in retaliation England Bishop I IreV Diosese. necessarily proceed one ; ,,as setting
Mazini and Kr uh.: friendly intercourse we are called.np a first cause; therefore what is, not of "gaJlopadekitebcU mystery ,
sheltering The Advertiser* Bishop Ives' case presents some difficulties on to entertain with the American government God yood, must be of the Devil--evil. truly, and one just suited to the i > ;
that the Monjing Duchess of Sutherland announces places we see, to the diocese over which ; and in this respect it is gratify. That "Spirit Bappinga," with all their nature of its contriver_ and.operater, t ...
ing for me to in the name of the ciCer. .
he was set, the way of dealing with the express attendant phenomana-such as "tipping t
Stafford House the of Mrs.
at disposal matter not being clear. A sound canoe diplamatic corps, how much we appreciatethe tables," knocking about furniture, &c. How far' then; may Christians i j 4.
in and that the
Stowe to receptions I :
Earls of Shaftesbury give Carlisle, &c., will nis!, (Mr. Evans of Md.,) has expressedan recent declaration of the President to &c., are not of God,plainly appears; first church members' tamper in safety, '1:,,
and address opinion upon the subject which, if cultivate peace and amity tb all nations. in the fact, that all such communicationsfrom this thing? We reply, just as
meet her at an S
Liverpool, The President follows the world in to they might their bands in the fire j
women's will correct, by no means suggests avery readyor replied as : spirit ;are opposition put ;
riv e- easy mode of relieving the diocese of SIB : I receive with satisfaction the con the teachings of the Bible;:which is the not be burnt. ,It is said, "they that f .
K i 1 North Carolina. Bishop Ives bad abandoned gratulations which, in the name of the word of.:God., It distinctly shown in with pitch shall be defiled." They ,. ;
his post-., sent in a resignationwhich ministers and the heads of legations here the account given of the rich man and truckle with the devil, we shoal" "
The Blacks in the Wes(Indies.In is not so conformed to the canon as present yon do me the honor to express Lazarus that is not in accordance with must look out else:the day 'may, :! ry

to: be effectual. Either he is insane or on the oxasion of my entering on the the economy of divine grace, for the spire when they will meet a warmer J 1 1 i
an article in the London Times, we he ha., in various ways, manifested a functions of President of the United its of the departed dead, again, to revisit and in hotter climate th'a they t
find the following passage relating to the moral obliquity inconsistent with his remaining States. the earth, as oral counsellors,r or commu- bargained for., ,But read the ; : j
result of emancipation in the English a Bishop. It is not probablethat Gentlemen: Among the, most delicate nicate with the living;.or in'any manner which we copy from thc l Cincinnati -
West Indies. tTbe picture drawn is indeed he will tender another resignation to and responsible trusts thus imposed uponme (as claimed by the "mediums,") to rea- ly,Atlas'' of the Ifl"ih in t. How \'

a distressing one but its correctness the canonical authority, and if be does by the choice of,my :country I recog veal their presence. Avery strong and is the blasphemy of such things. ; : .
?. confirmed VIT *m>nnt ,from various of what value is the act of madman? the important was urged in the above bSPJB.A oY-FunIET
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quarters: In the meantime the diocese practically powers. case, why some one should be sent, but yaCJ op'' SPIRITS C : N
0or:legislation has been dictated by has no bishop, and no ecclesiastical authority In the.discharge of this duty,shall of the answer wax, "They.have Moses ,and I tEW' .dJLIGtOYWe stated on :
the presumed necessities of the Afrit2ndaTe. ; yet it i i., technically, full and no course look, in the first instance, to what the Prophets, let them hear them." "If 'We had-heard Finney, the
After the emancipation act, a election can take place. What is to be the interests and honor of the United they bear not Moses' ,and the Prophet: ist,:in his Sunday night' Address I

large charge was assessed upon the colonyin done? Tho obvious answer is, degrade States may require, which necessarily include neither will they be ,persuaded,' though tale Christianity and sport and : 1
aid of mil and religious institutionsfor Bishop Ives. But how and by what process a strict observance of national engagements one rose from the.dead.. "-Luke- zr,;, 30 the atonement of our vior., The
the benefit .f the enfranchised negro, ? Another writer supposes that there respect for the rights of other 31. T menu thus uttered, we hare since '
and it was'hoped that these colored subjects is nothing to be done, but that the Diocesan governments, and a faithful adherence to We have no knowledge tlui God has are participated in by a large #
of the British Crown would soon be Convention of, .North Carolina those sacred principles of justice which ever changed his plan of communication his Spiritualist followers in our city. ; '
aswmilatd to their fellow-citizen?. From should present him-that a court of are the common law of Christendom with the human family,w'tuch from the ,On hut night the concluding I
all the f Information-which reaches 'us, no Bishops should be called and ,Bishop I cordially reciprocate, therefore, the! first, has been as it is.nor,. through his the course was ,delivered by,the 1 { x
lea than'from the'visible probabilities of Ives degraded, unless the plea of lunacy expressions of national amity which you word, either.written, or,'prophetically. delivered speaker, Greenwood Hall-Subject,!' ? :
the ease, we' are constrained to believeth is set up. This is very plain, but per address to me, and request you to communicato : by inspiration, Of the Holy,Ghost. Philosophy of,Inspiration' The '
these hope have been falsified. The haps may,not be a very proper mode of to your respective'governments Nor have we the '\east intimation, that is but recently from the,active '
negro has not required, with his freedom proceeding.,, It is very well known that my warmest desire to maintain with each any other med'rnm'wu eT ito be looked meet of the'carpenter's life having ; i
any habits"of industry or morality. His Bishop Tea is not in his right mind. It our existing relations of peace and friend- for.by us, .:ban his; owl:!blessed!spirit some few months since laid the jack :,
independence is little better than that ofaa is known, ,too, or at least, believed by ,tall ship. w h/'na, ,to bear "witness '?with our on the bench to run' the"saw" upon ] r
tmcaptored '. Haring:acceptedfew the persons who,will be called to act upon ,1 beg yon also, to accept the assurance spirit ,"not through a third ,person, or deluded followers who'nightly hang (
of the restraints of tivilizatian, be is his casein: the event of the adoption of of my personal respect and esteem. t :rspping" of amiturtJut directly) earnestly upon the" eloquence of his ,r
amenable:to few of its' necessities ; and such proceeding., Now the firstquestion [UJt OR,16lA 1t. Visited upon the heart, "that we are -children styled!Dlp red"lips.' : !
the wants of,bid natere so easily satisfied, is, bow can men,conscientiously present,' I of God." That very spirit of the. The, Speaker, in the langvage: of ; ,
that at the current rate of .wages, be is try, or degrade an, insane man? The i 'BST The" wife of the Hnngari,n,who : Most High,-seems'also to warn'the church: Spiritualists,is"tmpcswcf'wbat to aII I
called vpotf for nothing but fitful and 'desultory next is, what effect would pinch aproeeed- attempted( the !life of the Emperor and the world;'against these'delusions of I He Vita awhile in re very, when' he
exertion. The blacks therefore this the Devil, "Now the rand f deli veres,Jus addresn,.in :e-ni m.
; have as regards our relation, in ,.particular of Austria was floggad to death s*.'Pcsth Spirit speaketb,
instead of becoming intelligent husbandmen ,' with Rome? Would not she say that in the latter times some shall depart sometinessometines eloquent strains, .bra eyes 1:
,'ha vt become vagrant,and squatters you allege that this man b. insane, and three years ago. husband had determined from the faith, giving heed to, cdtto the'time being closed, his statement' j !
and it is now apprehended,'that with,the yet' treat him as sane, you 'present .on revenge at.any hazard-,-and ingtplritt and doctrmet of-devils speaking ing that he is in A magnetic staia Jwftft
failoe of'Cultivation. in the island, ?will 'mss sane try him u sane, punish him had waited for long tine'to find the Emperor lies in bypocrisv!"-lJY: >,.1, 2. on.by the influence' el Spirits'who ,

come the feUare of its 'resources for instructing as sane-what an 'inconsistency?' This unattended.. men be,was t to And again,' "There,shall;'arise'&lcd, press him.whaA to say.- -v -'I
its Christi and etss and shall show The theory announced last night,: j!
or'controlling population -, inconsistency exist,and inheres in everypossible prison he cried 'Vine",8osath.". ..faIdorO ', that
So imminent does this oDsummation&hat 'ap I result of:s.,possible proceeding great signs ; insomuch. that there is de great positive mind :
that memorials have been signed by against Bishop Ives; except the plea'of j y I HOT The Daily'Times'of,tho fills nit,' if' it were possible they shall deceive'the fills all matter end all space which;-is
classes cf Colonial society hitherto stand- lunacy be made and sustained., In that states drat there art in Cincinnati,known '' ,BuCconfiaues. thfl Divine only.God, and that all space is.na.aU

rap aloof;,from politics and not only ,the event how isth."dioceMn1ieTeclff.Sheis ;; to"tbs editors. ,.. ftynine; organised circles clriienor.n,!< i them-RiDoter''--,JfalI. era, }God. is'-diViDe and pervades ., >
bash and the to:but the bisbopt clergy, still saddled wHh"n l.sa'neBihop/: !,pf spirit, rappers and probably as*many .24. IOU matte.divinely inapued.The a
aDd 1nlsfeti of 'denominations in the ( 'for ',known. fI'L t. Whatever these Scriptures,(with many trpin't t6atiraamtningthia
I Should tb re not U'some'proTision ',snore not ;.1I9.' WOo names ..;1:_ '._..
ials d, without exception,"liave recorded the case of inane Bishops?, Whaihas' I of hundred and ten mediums;:and olhezs of.like,chars cterawei5!! originally lips and wagging ala --' !
their'woTirtioB that,in absence of timely' once occurred may"occur"again.' What [they' think there is in the'city-a much intended to't'eftsrfo ft cursory"glance..at fanned the audience, Ingress I
Dd.r'AI: .._of these a;that tho Bible was a hombog and
educational,institutienjcf 'of if, do not\ the effect
relief lie nligjoos should that prov'uion0 be?, Af etnon :larger number.- ,Indeed they : ,, alid Q w auela'tliimg U's_ 1 I
,the island nut}be,abandoned, 1850''provides for the election of A' Pro !.r-fttj' err in'their estimates, the number, f'Spiri&ppmgs ptovi"lieiit;. lie ia1io DO.tcTbe1earloedtaidthat :
and the Wrtainfcwpensionav i by tease, all to P aomi lo l pea5 jnatbese pernatuTu. n
masses of( Uif nopala on; Biters neaonal'Bish iacf deceived. U1smiaetable'delungnuye; *. anernatnral inspiration.sh
p J.t iarbartam." tt, 'I r ;IssL, ; i'ftrio pJe''lDi .iti I i large yr '* ) rillhe '
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t"ihi insane
.The Main'Liquor Law bat lbeen, be accommodated c of an the law of
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:*- -flOrida Lij.'Wlf ;- ; ;'- TJ7" TBS STOCKHOLpiiVof'the -- ,-- >- "
Liquor JacksonTDl* FOR AUQUSTINE < : ii- '1t't--CilCittftt..salr.TAX ..! \UJ tI r rJ .
ST. .
-.tL:-:. notified and Alligator Plaak',Road,Company ore-hereby .t.m iC4B.OLtN'i' t",U .i1 gtt.li, '; tagtJf, -.. I IA
that '
AX ACT !ameDJ.i.ho-8everal Acts con the amount of stock.required by the &tT.o Uaster- C LtECT IL t. .
will a
ccrning License's! :(a Be tail Spirituous been charter taken.,to.authorize Mid company to organize : ., .patiDt.U: make Tuea.a' C fiARL1ON ,AND FLORIDA BY TlrWe jof tb. PwerVest.dluint Vr U? ,J85.. .. p : '

iot;; rthe.1 Therefore_the undersigned Commb day the 22d of February., instant, and ].Te shall expose for sale before. Court Howe.M SPRING AN

: .- Bit 'raacted by the< 'S cnate Loner cr"o notice to Mid "stockholder*, 'that an lame day for CJ&arlraba. V..sVKMttsvtVCAftOUNA & Alligatoron the first liuaday( JUy 1W3 C. IL Q r
election the described so ,muca Ji 1".NtGNr'
of .or
Directors, to serve for the Urisf of BELCHASSE F1NEOAN. ,i following property ;
: on*
and House of.RcprescntatiuosoftheStta |
"esr.. will be held .Jacksonville feh 1221 Ageuts.\ thereof as win pay,the,State aDd County Uie For &. Soutiera'Xsj 4r',
General Assembly on Saturday AND FLORIDA.
Florida convened the Itta and tie necetwry expenses die thtreon, to i
vThat hereafter retailers Spirituous .day-of February, A.n..1853., MALONE &' TAYLOR wit 49 acres of "nd near the White SurpherSprinjt .' A 1\lFStV IL'IYEftboInmst ; lfi '
8 D FUUIUIh ,TJwft U PalaCkata S* to 90 IIws.THE .
the on the 8a annee, fceloagtog to aad ta\e' r c.' Ltreot'4tha4 .
Liauon; shall annually smm D.
pay Hiar Lumber Commission Merchants assessed the estate of B Reed (do* WUda Bates*' Taylor., sU I
CHAIKS : u > ,' e atia. Is jMU
of Brant CABOUKA will .
$200 for, the privilege retailing Spin. Jem OUB1JESTOS, ceased forth 1832. ont at the old
8. L.Nmii.&c, every &tw, a.t S P.U. Retara .nil! havo ) .tear 64 -jiiie tf Jf f
the issue of Licensenow PILADELPBx.
taons.Lkjvon upon W. B. Ross : PALATBA ore1MoJ& A. H. PICOLAT Jan 8.. L-K, MICKLER, where 1 he will ,. i
pnmdcd by latfr.BtC. OKO. E. MtJ.VT.LowB Very rezpectfuhlysoliet l eo slgnnmeigs of 1M.iin4'JACIsoNVILLz; Twcsivy a\ Tsx assessor and Collector. late pnrehasen bTeInsdtesuebOth th far early ./' <
8 2. Be it ,farther enacted, That tan Svuthem Lumber and Shinglet d-c. Alligator,Columbia C.', Fla-,Jan 3d, 1853. .I'BJofg: A. taUIER CLOTIHII:.;> .;
Commissioners.iftarrtrtr THE FLORIDA lean CHARLESTON ere-- to ofoos4 i raited
in the
} person or persons, by himself, or her. Liberal advances madr. Refer to ry Tun&ty-at 3 P. M. -:Retnrniar// will leave TAX COLLECTORS SALE' Goods, -S&a&ee.. Xwpntiait kit.
tocetheht1edgo.< Uo
acIt tieif or'agents, shall retail E. T. PALATKA, 10 o'dockA.U.'BLACK CREEK, of law, *
servants BROCK PAiZaL, |lB. T.RICH j.K&so! ,PAua. By Virtue the lowerYeetedInaeby HOME MAKKST8,
; without 3 P.M..JACKSONVILLE,i.4 o'clock. AJJ. before tho Court House gives alaa tie '
spintooos Liquors a Liccnse.thcy T. B shall expose tends greatest AeffitieS of fetfiBf tp& *
shall be liable to be fined $500 upon in. At the residence of Its,.'Qeo. W. Pratt, St.Johr1. feb 12-1,BUBKXAX, JatttoncilU, Ft*. Stages These of Steamers Eat Florida"eonaeet, aadeoun.cta with all the both interior at Alligator,on the first Monday of May, 1853, stock. ,.." .t .-, ..'...1. ; ,
.u 'I'D
Geo oo the 15h Inst. the Rev.:Gao.W.Pratt -. ways the followFngdeseribed property, or n much .5 LWuTAT. ., '-.
dittnlent and conviction thereof. ,by --- with the K.York Steamship. ,Carolina- RaQroaos thereof will J'C'1thSututtd C.Iulltjlaxea and la the LATEST 8TYLK3. Theabove &tro..ttth't"
Miss ADKUNXA J. D'AimiaocBCs of NOTICE. and the WBmtncw* Boats. namedjjm'aa,, ;
red January 8 1853. thereon to Bovtherst ..
Appt and due
from CfaarlestOB. a. necessary expenses 1
Passage JaekKmyUle
PERSONS indebted II, general would do
to the well U eramVa
Elisibethtowo. New Jersey to JAMES II. CHUS ALL estate of Columbia eat
from Picolata to Palatka, tlO. wit: 40 acres 2d rate land, lying In 'I.'l
purehuillr. ,
| Lifayctte Stafford ,'
lataof Hillsbo 4mo .
formerly otPitmeburg.Penu. rough For flutter forttmlaft fffly lev situation',not known).,belonging to Jan rt
A License granted 'after the date of county, deceased, will please come forward and J.W. CALDWELL. Ch. County and mainsail, ( Leonard Barrows for the 1"1'I New York..Jan. 1st, 1833 .

the above Act, will not exempt a person Tho'mtD11o.e OBFSS, settle the same, and all creditor, legatees and BELLECIIASSE t FINEvAVrJacksonville| [ ,. k MICKLER, ARREDOXDO 1 RJUIT.> :

from liability to provisions. If ho has One player, I guess, persons entitled to distribution are hereby notified jan 8 Tax assessor and CoIkctor.AlligaovlumblaCo1FIaIan..3d I I
Has borne the to present their claims and demands to R.R.REID,.Pa/atka. 18S3. PUBLIC SAIE OF L2L5DS/:
taVeu heart-prise ;
ont Licence since the of the away; I. ,
passage me for settlement on or before the 1st day of feb 5-tf

above, Act, he may take his choice either Then m 17 her mecca, February, 1653, or their,claims! will be forever -New-York TAX COLLECTORS 'SALE.T3T .. Francis PeterBnetadmIrtjstorf? Sanches; deo .,for the I lan .&neaq: : ,
to demand and receive back what he has In playing CHESS barred. Packet Line I' :
of A ;
vIrtUe the PowW'ested in me ly: law" I e Frtidlander.,for himself. t ki
paid or to pay the additional sum required De ever the a mme an to-day COLUMBUS STAFFORD, AJ'mr. J_> shall expose for sale before the Court House, anti others, 1'.tert. .
by this new act. If he has already Tampa Feb. 11. 3-t1lJ at Alligator,on the first Monday of,May, 1853, ., 'vi." '* ,\ o..eee ,

paid $22 he# must SiTS more before Arrivals at The DuffmstoiiHotel FOB KENT. the following described property, or so,much Benjami IDaIQ.hii..t') 'i' 1"
pay ,
thereof will pay the State and County taxes PeUr>litchl,aud adnVr of Jto.4'J
he can legally retail. Samuel BitflaglM, Preprtrtar.M TIlE and premises lately occupied THE NEW 4SD REGULAR LINE OF and Ihe necessary expenses due thereon,.to wit:. beet Mitchel and BamneLJ nf, .i :.. '
JOHN BEARD, Comptroller. L.Cnpella. on Ne.nan'Itreet, near SO acres 94 vita U.. !,Ii'r nees the uwaD. Moore .J -._ -* .$
TALLAHASSEE Jan. 12 1853. A Drown Tarn pi; II V Suell Sintog.; the corner of Bay street. Apply to Packets between New York Jacksonville, and nee Shoals belonging to and assessed to Thos.Fraiiier In accordance with th* final decree: ontered. a ." "

lion W A Forward, J icksonville; R Mann, On; feb 5- CI AS. BYRNE. Palatka composed by the New and fast sailing ,.for the year 1853. npin the above entitled usage, on the 5tft day.;, I '"

11 S T Neiblsck. Fl"; R Hog in*. Fta; Col A J T Schooners, lll1 8 L. KMICKLEK of, Kovember/A.D, 1S52, la Ik*eircaiijCoorH I k

Tribnte of Rejpaot Wright. Fill; Wm eiblack, Fla; T E Bnckman MARION COUNTY LAND FOR SALE JOSEPHGRICE, 27ft tons. A. ROOIM, Com'r Tax assessor and Collector. sitting for the county of.St. JobinXtb"* llo,.:* i! ,

Clifton Mills; colaw Call Jacksonville; K THE Subscriber offers at private tale the fol. JERSEY OAK, 160 tons, J. S. ROGCKS, Corn'r Alligator, Columbia Co.. Fl.. Jan.3d. 1852. TbinmaaDouglaipreeidfllg'th.' following1 deocribed .

COLUMBIA LODGE No. 27, F. & A. M. 1 BUibbs, Ft.; S Ellis Miss S DonaldsonNO; described tracts of land in Marion will ply regularly between the pcrts. lands being tL* portion of the AmdosVv

February 10th, 1853. j J Ferguson, N ri; :Visa FergusonN T; J C Ellicott County. These lands are nearly all hammock and gent in New York, TAX COLLECTORS SALE. do Grant. belonging to the estat of Pet**

Boston; Dr F 0 Curtis and eon, GotV; in quality are not urpused by any in the State.X. .- JOSEPH GRICE Water-st. TJY VIrtue of the Power Vested mUll lawID Mitchel deceased remaining unsold, offend l

Our Lodge is again called upon to record II Wood, NY; A A Tansigh, Albany ; 11 C Section. W, quarter 30 of Section 13.31,and S.W. quarter of Agents in Jacksonville, shall expose Ibr sale before the Crnrt Douse, : at public sale at Micnopy,.in Alachua eovnty,'

the dispensation of Providence in King Kavunnnh; Col II Floyd On; B E Bnrpie, The West, Township hlfof N. W.Range quarter,20 and, ((320 the acres West) BI'sBEE & CANOVA, at Alligator, oo the first Monday of May 1853- State Floridon, Friday the 23ta days ft

Nova Scoc'n; C T Buffingtou, On; W B BeneictU in Pal"tka.R. the following described property or so much I March next .
the death of venerable and beloved half of the 8. W. quarter of section 7. township Agent I. ... ,.,. 0-4 J.- .
our << S N, Lady. child And sent; R Fontnne, U, Range 20, (ICO acre) K.DUKE. thereof as will pay the State and Coun'; taxes The said !aie111fl. "el9fc upon "t&e:foITfi/-, '

brother, ELIAS KNIGHT, who absent from FU; t'npt M Barber, Fin; J Saulter, White The N. W.quarter of Section 35. the E. half AH goods directed to their CARE will be and the necessary expenses due thereon,to wit: lug terms;to wirr one third pajabK iiieash ew,

Springs; B Cope, Cope, Miss; SInj Tow. FIll; ot N. E.quarter of Section 34, the Eaxt half of PROMPTLY FORWARDED. SO acres of land 2d rate, near Pockey Creek, i the day of Dorohase, the s rejnalisias tSrfl Ulros.

home, family, and relatives, in the discharge .01 V A. Mitchell Octli; M Whit Smith, Alli- the S.E..quarter of section 27.and the W. half of September 4, 182. tf [Republican copy. belonging to and assessed to James A. Cooper, I of the purchase money payable bt. ?*. q ai.

of his duties as a minister of the Kitor Dr T (1'10", N JV; W lLreh. N Ji; T the S. and S.V.E quarter of sect 26, township 13, range 20 for the year 1852. L. K. MICKLER, and acnual instalmenU with iaterest o( fHf.\\

T Lon, SftTnnnnh; J SuiliT n, SnT nnali; RmiliardnnlLtdy. Charleston and Florida.Line. jan 8 Tax assessor and Collector. per cent, the subscriber to"slga real anti
Gospel in the Primitive Baptist Church Also, a tract of 4Si acres on the South side of eye
Fla. Jan. 3d. 165? '
Columbia Co.
Ohio; Mis HilliarJ. Ohio; Orange Lake, adjoining the lands of Mr. Solomon Alligator, cute with the pnrchasors'conlracfSTfoT titlev

was suddenly I called from labor to refreshment L M Scarborough Fh; Gen Cooper, SI.M.&r"11 Moody. and embracing fractional sections 21 and THE SPLENDID NEW PACKET STEAMER TAX COLLECTORS SALE. conditional forth* execntloaof.' '"rfe title '
Ga. 22.in township 12, 22. All these tracts I when the purchase shall b poiiL C
by his Heavenly master in whose range are FLORIDA money ; .. .
the best quality Cotton Lands. ,I TY Virtue of the Power Vested in me by law Schudule of Landa ]
service he had devoted his life with more : Passengers per SteanierJCarollna, For terms apply to the subscriber at Jackson CHARLES WILLET COMMASBM, -D I shall expose for sale before the Courthouse to be Sold:
'I ville. Inov 1852,1 CHAS- first of May 1853 SectS. ,. B.W.
BYRNE. Is now running regularly oa at Alligator the Monday U et t
sclC.tJcnial *
than usual zeal and : l .
tram Charleston Fehrnarr 13. described or so much
the Line between Charleston anti< the following property, N38 ,1a.'
Bs it Retolvcd, That in token of our GEO. H. JvTIITII & CO., a the St.John'eriver.The thereof as will pay the State and County taxes E.half and 8.W.qr.efW. II J -18 'tiLT .
Mrs B-rry.MissEwin, Mrs Caldrr, Mij E schedule has been and the upen"fSdQI thereon,to wit: B. E.. .-, .. '. i"
.3 ,
following adopter
grief in this sad affliction TVS wear tho Hopkintind the Columbus No.
MERCHANTS* which slows the hours arrivals and depart one town lot situated in s. 4 JO ..I\J'.
usual badge of mourning for thirty days. Col. A W Yonqnc .nd 48 serviH, JV Scraggs, tares from tie various ports: belonging to and assessed.to James L.Cooper, C J.' '..1' W":

That we tender as a )Ia lnie body our A W Archer an.l ger.t,, Dr J Forman and JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. Leaves Charleston Tuesday at 3 o'clock M. for the year 1852, .. 1' 10 "'Ii I, '

heartfelt: sympithics to the family of the carat R J ich-iW. J W Moore T D Dexter Leaves Jacksonville Wednesday, at 3 jn 8. L. K. MICKLER, .- S&I4 .'lS. ,1111. j

deseascl and with them their fre- tn.t 7 serTts ,!! EltolincH, Col J Broward and 'I'IIE SUBSCRIBERS have entered Into coI. Leaves Pied ta Wednesday, at 7 MKETC Tax assessor and Collector. I. 31 .0 21. ;
mourn 'S i. 11 :
Ud 3 Tts. Dr WaMo in-1 Son. S M Jimmison, partnership the purpose of carrying on the RHINO AllfjMtor, Colnmbii Co., Fla., Jan.3.1,1852. n 2i; :
qa nt bereavements.That and 12 t'entll for (J C Chambers) above businect, and am prepared to make Mies 6 '.11' .JO t

the above be Fpread upon the either on consignment or at auction, (ono of the Leaven Pilatka Tbnrsdsy, at 7 o'clock, '.:. TAX COLLECTORS SALE. a. 25 "11 .< i
Mleaves .
firm beirg an auctioneer.) Both of the firm Leaves Picolata 10 2G KuI. : .
Minutes of the Lodge, a blank page of Pasiengeri per Steam Wtu Gaston well acquainted with the merchant and citizens are of Black Creek" I" p K. Virtue of the Power vested In me by law, 9 "II .' !" d
By .
the Minutes b} left for recording the the interior which gives them the advantage of Leaves Jacksonville Friday, at 3 A !I. > 1 shall expose for sale before the Courthouse S. 10 12'5. 1
From Sarmnn>li-February 16Mrtl The accommodations the firet Monday of May 1653, II 11 d3 21
name and. of our deceased brother. makirg ready sales of any goods or merchandize fur Passengers are at Alligatoran j
age Barker. Miss Buck.r. Mrs Riirdon Mini wh'ch mav be cent to them on consignment.They unsurpassed by any boat ever placed on the the following described property, or so much em 11 12"II .

That a copy of these resolutions be properly \'OltM. E (1 DID1t. Irs \lorr<11. Mrs IlernindizMr will give their attention to making good St.John's. Freight and Passage as low as by thereof as will pty the State and County taxw, dee 18 3mBUFFINGTON Co A. 1t. :uIirC1ttIL. .

attested I, anl sent to the newspapersat and immediate sales. Tiey would respectfully solicit any other lite. Any further information can and the necessary expenses due thereon to wit: .
Biker B O Chipmin ReirJon M \
Jacksonville fur publication. : patronage from merchants and tradesmen of be obtained by applying la either of the undersigned SO acres 2d rate and 205 acres of 31 rate land HOUSE 1 "J
Lester fl Bicker C t'orrell C B nacr. II II otncr cities, who wish to sell goods in our market. numbers and situation ,
'r. W. SMITH, W. M. King.J Z VauthinTH) Mine;, N A Hall J Any business in their line will be promptly attended Agents.J W CALDWELL Chorleston.BELLECIIASSE lying in OolnmW known belonging County to and assessed to JACKSONVILLE, EAST 'FLORIDA ,

A true copy from the Minute, Beer W Millony, L M Scirhomu, MorrisMm to. not the 1852. I .

Atttest : ALEXANDER Youxa, Rrothr and gerTt J C James, R L Hines, GEORGE If. SMITh, & FINEGAN, John Varkee.! for jeer L. K. MICKLER milE PROPRIETOR of this well known"H ttJL ** i
Jacksonville ,
n Bairilen Cooper Mrs McDonald.2 eliiM renind JOHN W. PRICE. Jan 8 is pleased to announce to his old patronsafed .
: R It ItEID ri1 tb. Tax assessor and collector.Al'izntor I
SIJt'rdarl' serrt.. Re d.t Brown J II Chess and lady RF.FECEXCES M Reed, Fernandcx Bisbee those visiting the "Sunny Soata" for heUstver i
Jar. 3d 1352.
Celnmbij Co., Fla. -
IS 1652.
Mrs Fr I!*r. Miss Ashnst, Miss Chrk,Mrs Wot- Co, R Boulter .t Co Samuel William Alsop I Sept tf pleasure_ that \ :

Proceedings of Town Council. t >n. J McRory T T Long II A Crane II CKinz.UIIilliardi Boor Jacksonville Boston Q nnby.JA.Laroacb, TAXIOLLECTOKSSALE.BY His House has undergone a thoroug&'itiv- .
E\\VilenJT Sulliyan and B M Moore Co Seaborn Goodall Savannah. FOR E.\TEIU RI T:. Virtue of the Power Vested in by law, ovation .
JarLtonnlle. Fin Jan 10, 1802. tf AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS. '
before the CourtHouse
for male
COUNCIL CHAMBER, 1 23 shall expose and has been well fitted to suit tb sastfsstSaTons
----- *
_. NOTICE The steamer SARAH SPALD- at Alligator on the first Monday cf My >
Feb. 11 1853. J = -- ----- having most of his rooms .
deck.jftarinc ,
KG. A. .
CaRt. S. (PUIl. having; 1853 the following described property or so < "
undersigned offers for sale eighty ; FamUhe with Hew Faraltore Oi..' '
Journal. TIlE ((0)) been thoroughly overhauled will Stateand e
Council met Present his Honor II. D. much thereof as will County
: pay
of land, on which there is a valuable assume her regular trips between this Triaee and Jue thereonto The Proprietor has sjso second tbsrv40tf

Holland, Intcndent, MessrsS. Buffington, PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.REGULAR Mineral Spring situated nine ((9)) mile Enterpr'pe,leaving Jacksonville every Wednesday taxes and the necessary expenses land the mineral lady of Ions standing and reputation Of* X m- i
west of OCIII... in Marion' county Florida. at 9 o clock, A. M,arriving at Palatka same day, wit, 140 acres 2.1 rate near Keeper.. lie win spar no pain to nets tost'
M. BuM!, C. )! Cooper, A. A. Canova, PACKETS. Vie properties of the mineral I. as far 8"( we leaving Falatka every Thursday at 8}1m.Ojn: cpringsnn the Snwanne, belonging and Douse on* of th* beat In Florida and bope by ,
A.M,in connection i wiili the rtotmcrs assessed to Way and King for the year 1652.jtnS keeping good house and hie >
can determine without giving pesMQat ss
an analysis similar ,
11. E. W. Clark J. E. Townsend Coun. are
Steamship Carolina arrives from Charleston ere- to those the and Florida. and arriving at Enterprise same day: L. MICKLER, tcntion to business, to merit and reeeir to*patronage .
cilmen. ry Sunday. and leaves on Tuesday morDin,. possessed by Suweinuce Springs.The returning nt as to connect with the steamers Tax assessor and Collector. of the pubUo. -, .
Steamer WelaVa arrives every Sunday from Spring is in an eligible siinttion, at Wclakaand Csrolina.for Savannah and Charleston.For H ,
Alligator Columbia Co.,P1*., Jan.3d, 1853. respectfully solicits a can front hisfiends- ,
Prcxnlatlon of l\ttion. Savannah,and returns on Tuesday mornings.Steamer ome distance from any water course, consequently freight or pasmga. apply on board or to and Travellers generally. _

Councilman Baits presented petition of Florida arrives from Charleston every not !liable to the same c.l.tut1IicsIIS the pISBEE A CANOVA, A< r.. Jacksonville. TAX COLLECRORa SALE. A large and extensive Livery Stable b ottsfti*!

Wednesday, and returns on Friday. Siiw.innee, nnd most others in FI"riJ",subterritiCiin K..R. DUKES. Agent Palatka. Tested in tx law to the House.
sundry citizen?, praying the constructionof Stoa'ntr Wm. Ooston arrives from arannah every being eipo tll'd at this J'oint,ia consequence Jan 22 tf BY shill Virtue of the for sale before the CourtHouse The Western Stag leaves the Dome sows'after. f
Wednesday and returns on Friday. expose the arrival of the boats.
well at the corner of Market and Monroe Stea'ncr Sarah tpald,ng leaves for Enterpriseon Hud of is ihe arth's of having caved male; easy of ac CENTRAL STAGE J..INE, at Alligator on the first Monday ofitay SAMUEL BUmNGTOir ProprfMer I.
Wednesdays, and returns on Sundaye.Steamer cess. cipjple being very pleasant 1853 the following described property, September 25. 1852. Ii
streets-which, on his motion was referred lrhorn leaves for Enterprise on Sun. watering place. Address nt Madison, Fx, FROM JACKSONVILLE TALLAHASSEE. or so,much;thereof as will pay the State and I'i i

to street committee. days, and return on Wedoeadavs.ARRIVED. DAVID L. WHITE Jr. SEMI-WEEKLY. ('ounty taxes, and the neces.try expenses due IIA.GN0L1&H0U : T' .
or at Jacksonville :. H. McROllY, Jr. THE Proprietor takes 2d Hockey '
theieon, to wit: 120 acres rate on .l'acJuonTille'F10rldai :
JfiN tlltfJroul. <
Aug. 28,1352. -?t'lcagnre in announcing toy and
sucha Feb. 9.-ccnr. D R Are;, Xechf rson, N Y. \1 X the public that he has just Creek, near the Suwanuee belonging to .it TilE SUBSCRIBER has Just cota. '
Street Committee Smith for the
having 15.-*chr. ll.jon, I'ettengill Boston. Five Eaaredd Dollars Reward! m* uiijiiKLL.-*- jsa placed upon the route a new ases3d to Buckingham year pleted the above House nttiag It up is U.

laying out streets at the western extremity 16.-Sehr. Piewident, Taylor N Y. miE PANAMA MILL having been destroyed by and splendid FOUR HORSE COACH and that he 185?. L. MICKLEB, mo-t comfortable style and will mae every exertion .

Brig Jo nn Tyler, 15 Jiys 1 from Mir- JL fire on tho morning of the 27th December, as is prepared to convey passengers through in the jan 8 Tax 9.s!"snr and Collector. to please all that may fever aim..witK. bi>,,,
of town, as to cause certain pre- tiueqne.SttJbrrtisrmcnts.. is believed by the work of an incendary, the above shortest possible time. He has relays of the best Alligutor, Columbia Co.:, Fls. lan.3d, 1852. patronage. S

holders through whose lots such reward will be paid by the subscriber for the apprehension Horses at diferaat points so that no more time is Ianle.lar atteatloa paid to Invalid j
cf the offender. lost than is necessary for their change. TAX A. COT

streets would run, to feel themselves 'N c\.u Jan 29-4t EDWARD R. GILCHRIST. This Stage leaves Jacksonville every Sunday and Virtue of the power vested in me bylaw Corner Oeeaa aad Moanw,faets..
Wednesday afternoon, immediately after the arrival i Jacksonville Nor.20.18.55 ) .. t
--- ---- for sale before the
aggrieved, His Honor, the Intcudent, sta. Notice. Plink Road Company. of the steamers from Farannah. and returns in Court House, I shill door expose at Alligator'on the first I Good Stabling Horses f u. ..

ted that one of said parties was present Cr'lIE UAXi'INO.: sOUOnLof M r. Ellis, will THE DELEGATES from Palatka Ocala Mich. time These to steamers connect connect with them with on others their return at Savannah trips.- Monday of May 1S53, the following described NEW BOARDING HOU8J9.
and Newn am villa to .
the21s' lust at are requested
he \loc.ljy
i on -
and "leservcd a hearing in rcgird thereto. meet at Orange Springs, on the first Monday for Charleston and New York; thus affording totravellers property, or so much thereof as will pay the. THE SUBSCRIBERhprvpar.4 to Iceomot*.
he ACADEMY thispUce. March next It is hoped that the Delcgatenwill fines the North or others visiting Tala- State and County taxes and the necessary expenses a few BUABOERd at his residence ia
Whereupon leave being granted, Cut I. Hours for ins'ruciions for the L\.lietl-3J'. be punctual in their attendance and sic onf absent ha-seo or tie interior towns of Florida a speedy dec thereon to wit: 120 acres of 1st the Northwestern part of the Town. tBe loeatie; ;

D. Hart addressed the uuncil in o'clock, P. M_ M.>ndiyii, Wedne*Uy* and Fnliy as business importance will submitted to them transit A coach connects with this line to and rate land near Columbia on the Sawannee belonging of which is known to be highly favorable to health

opposi. Gcntlemee,7ju'C1eeCk P. M. ondaya' jan 29-td __ [Republican copy.] from the White Sulphur Sprain in Hamilton to and assessed to D. E. Stone, for the and comfort from Its deration. The Hems has "
tion to the mode of laying out said streets Fri Ian an-l S.etur'Ittyii.jTermiFive county. FERNANDEZ. BlSBEE CO., 1852. L. MICKLER, bees recently finished rooms weD plastered airy
j Jcllurs for fifteen lessons CtA 1-NBt\5Jm June 20-Cm Agents for Jacksonville. year J In 8 Tax assessor and Collector. and eomm 4ioua. The Faraltur u flew, and tbV
as fixed upon by Street Committee-set- water whieh Is an important item/ Is tb \
tcb 19-It Columbia Co. Fla Jan.3d 1853. *
r.pllE UNDERSIGNED having leased the City Alligator, TW7i
LtNE. best and I shall no pains to renflef ) .
ling forth the many disadvantages which il SAW MILL hare formed Copartnership for NEW STAGE COLLECTORS.__ r SALE....__ in OH respects pleasant spare and agreeable to these say wb*,.

would accrue if such plan should be car $150 Reward. the purpose of will Virtue TAX of the vested in me bylaw may mike it their borne., e
ried into efTt'Ct.Councilm:1D. .; RAS.\.\Y Irons the plantation ot for the Home Market under the stvle and title, of run Passenger Coach during I shall expose for sale before the 1\ 'to

the subscriber, on the Aucilh river, in CLARK A BUTLER. JOHN CLARK. dx-"_,, the summer season between Court Houteat Alligator, on the first Monday CLINCH HOUSE.,
moved that the
: Cooper vL the county of Jf'tfl"rson1. negro mIn JHO.O. BUTLER. the Upper White Sulpbur J pring and Alligator of May 1853 the following described property THE SUBSCRIBER having recently opened

plan for ,laying out of streets, in said -XTL by the name ->f -ONE," (calls himself 07" The above rabxcribers would respectfully on llondayi, and Upper White Sulphur and or so much thereof as will pay the State above House. would retatetfony solicit
U 28 to 30 rs old,slim built, and Cou'nty taxes and the Deeessr, expenses the "f. .. public. Ther this
Hart be substituted Tbom-i ) Nboat ye" solicit the PATRONAGE of the Publio.. Lower Mineral Spring on Thursdays; connect patronar *are at .
locality as proposed by Col. About 5 feet 10 inches high, wright about 130 as they have entered into the business for the express ins with lhn iil stage from Tallahassee on due thereon, to wit: 64 acres 2J rate land, time some I T* to six.roam smaeeireied,sewai S .

for Street Committee's plan: to 140 pounds. C'omplesiion very black; white purpose of Tburs>liysandm red hat rather smell and trim Paul McCormack. for the one hundred aad fifty yards 6f tho Post Oflte aad
of his eyes, \ Ibis line will afford comfortable to and assessed to
twhich motion being seconded, was unanimously SAWING LUMBER: FOR JACKSONVILLE Mondays. K. wharves. The undersigned agent tot ties Seetft
hand aged foot for a nrero. II. is a boy that tiara to tbe 1852. L. MICKLER
with no night
AND V1CINITY.3 and easy stores, four hone eoach and two hors beak man ttaee'
carried. his traveled with tue some,prt1cul".II iD Best Mineral Springs on the bnwannee, for all per j m 8. Tax Collector and assessor. both leaving for Oeala semi-weekly.. For farther "

Councilman observed that Florida in going bj the way of Aligitor, NewntnstSUe. They will also have a Grist Mill attached to the sons seeking health and a:ascme at the a. AlligatorColumbia Co.FII..Jan. 3J, 1853 particulars, apply at tb.e-flfcfes tf tb*JaekseaviO
BufSngton Wa ;ihooU ar>d Sufford Pond to a Machinery t and as they have the agency of one of L .a : 1. News and

inasmuch as one of the parties through ..u.._. I- hw-.-- on-- the. \V.ea '5Sep. He ii usually the PLAM.NO 91 AC'MIXES of Isaac Brown of DOVe watering. I pmcra.) J & J .W SHEFFIELD, Tax Collectors Sale.. Repo.bJieaa.JA1IES D. ASKEW
.. .. .. .. t. Baltimore, which will be in operation la a few days. PalatkaJan. 10 1852.
polite and piusable when p<-keu to, but f Proprietors. Virtne of the 'power vested In me by tf
whose lots tbe continuation 01 .Marsn very and which U entirely novel in this part of the conn- By -
most artful scamp; if he thought it to his try-and ono of the firm being an old and experienced White Sf rinjr?, Fin,April 1732.-ly law, I shall expose for sale before the HOUSE FOR SALE. '

street as directed by Ordinance of Councilat advantage might deny belonging to, or knowing hand with all the above machinery,and both Court House at Alligator on the first Mondayof TWO Story Frame Boose, swarly new med

last would considered I me, and even change bf name. The last of them being well acquainted with the wants of JUST RECEIVED May 1852, the following described pro., A situated la a pleasant part tot th tOWD,'' of- "
meeting, now, account tad of him was in Columbia County the City in their linet they will endeavor to give party or so much thereof as will pay the State fared at private sal*. Apply to ,
'herself aggrieved, and desired a hearingin where be told I had cold him and was on his general fati'foctiea to all who will favor them AT H. T.'TITUS' CASH GROCERY and County,Taxes,and the necessary expense nov 11 CHAELK3 BYR51. ,

Ja"pf'nyille-lie may be aiming for Savannah with their or len .A.'iD PROVISION STORE. thereon to wiu 40 acres 2J rate land
thereto-ami with a view to way to 1852. H.tf due ..
regvU or Charleston as be has barn at both AugustS BARRELS best qaality FLOUR known as Alexander old, plxce belongingto OILS, PAINTS, AND WINDOW GLASS. .,.

'Iritg the matter before 'Council in such those pUces. I think 1 it not improbably how. NEW BAKERY. 100 20 kits No I MACKEREL, fresh15 '' and assessed to Joel Pop, for the year 1S52. \J Linseed Oil! ,Bow.ndjpjled%.M ui. ,

.everhemyha'e been tampered with by some No I PICKLED SALMON do 8 uJhsor anTcVllector.AlUgvtor. Castor OiL '
manner as to admit a hearing-be would IJREAD, PIES, AND CAKES. kits jiu Tax : "l
white person; if so, I will give one hun- 500 Ibm LEAP HBn, Iw-t..,.. llt,. C Fla Jan 3Jt 1853. TaunersOll r
move a reconsideration of vote by which dred dolUrs for such informational will lead rPJIE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretnfor .7t.UlOjlf 30 tubs KABIFIBD LARD for extra family. ,Colambia 40 boxes Window dUss assorted she*. .
la the conduct
to tbe conviction of.ucli rlOnor,1 will give between Myers A Coopman alt' COLLECTORS SALE. 400 Ibs.best BUden Patty. .
said Ordinance was passed, which being of the Baking business having been dissolved the TAX
fifty dollars for the delivery of Slid negro subscriber desires to make known to the public' 1000 lbs anpir cured HAMS, Virtue of the power vested in ,me"*jhw For sale low,for Cash, bv .

seconded, Judge Livingston, (Counsel for tr m- on my plinUtion in Jefferson county; that be will hereafter carry on said bnnlncw singly.Ue 20 box CHEESE superior quality. BY I shall expos for sale before the JOHNM.PAYKBFRES .

:Mrs. M. Doggett ) had permission to address or twenty-five dollars for having him has made full preparations to .apply the town ALSO, House, at Alligator. nu the first Mondayof aug21 D, .r
him. Court -
iu safe Jail to that I em get and other purchasers with excellent Bread. Fie*,
lodfrd ai-y .
the Council in opposition to Ordinance fen 19-:2t JOHN F1NLAVFON.HERNANDEZ and Cake which he Is now delivering regularly at A full MMortratnt of of Hardware description Planters,In-, May 1853V thereof:th* following aa'.ill pay described the Stat property and It'ARRIVALS. v-
the houses of his customers. Tools and Implements every or so much
mBS nniMslcned U U weekly tatp4egd'
S in question, and was replied to by ..- Ticket furnished and families anywhere within eluding Corn Mills, Corn heller,Tloubs' County Taxes and the necessary expense* 1 bit liae from tILe best boose*laKew Tor, .

Councilman Cooper in favor of said Or & REYES,' the limits of the town supplied at aa early boar Hoes, Chains, Axes, &0., Also a large stock of due thereon to wit 160 acres of 2nd rawBurnett and IsataUtlmeeprtpartd 6 lentiL say arti*

I n:21ts.A.3T.xLOUS. every da,. Price-5 cents per loat BOOTS AND SHOES, belonging to anti assessed te Bryant Invalids may .rtqair*, To strangers be vm
.dinaucc.On for the year 1852.L. K. )UCKLE& Say, give m* a trial and tf yew are aol satfe&ed.a
3aek.'tUtt._ East n. ... Letters on the Climate,Soils and Productions ofF Including men's coarse and fine Brogans of- every jan 8 Tax assessor and Collector. not uke the article Ja t revived per fMssisr_ t .

a call for the Yeas and Nays tin L BEns returns their thanks L 0 Itl D A. description.- large assortment of, AllIgator,Columbia\ Co.fl., Jan. 3J, 1853.. Rosbtois Clark A Co,Cod Liver Oil WoUb.,-

dime motion, to rcconsidct the vote by .R5AKDEZ their friend* and the pflblie generally, for Interesting work Is for sale at the store ol p ClJ1darrtlkd. Gant, matte Schiedam Schnapps; Bombs Paaaoeot New
O. to TIllS
SALE England Cough Syraps Bonplaads Fever sad
; they have received n4 bo pe. H.Mettory,jr. and at the "News" office, BIFLES :fnll and TAX COLLECTORS '
cbebsaidQrdinanoc was proposed, result the liberal patronage btt iDeeaU nerlta eon'lsusees i Jacksonville. Price 25 cents.Pott of. large sUe, KENTUCKY ,- of the power vested In me bylaw I Ague remedy Osgoods India Cblaffefaei Ayer
to Virtue
attention of I, Pectorals Wietoit .
ttrkt QulaJaes Bolsesa
by win be taken for Letters and whole stock. A Urge quantity BY Cherry fiaeph.
was as follows-and raofioa declared lost: the-SMae. Jlari1lnealY'ed the latest Styles Offlee Stamps ,I shall expos' for sal before tile I Wild Cherry with masry ether artieJea tee aast- '

YEAS Mr. ,Clark! direct from the Nortla..tbl1 are prepared t* za- can be easily,remitted by letter.: WINES AND BRANDIES, Court House, at Alligator, on the first Mondayof ton. to m..Uoa call aM.' -
all work tntrutod to their ear with decpatch, offered la IbIS ini the following described prop- 'eI..K J.iLPATNZ.Dr.l.L>
eat. invite all to PROOF PATST.-For sole a few of 01.16'1' vintage than ever May,1853.
} .'- Messrs. Buffington, :Butt, and In a workmanlike call (on Newnaa mM er street They see nd door WATER best quality.Jast teeejved. from kit whick I .I sett lower for cash than can t 7.9f.16 much_thereof as will pay th* State I'nlll AI'I'ir, 1T.
them a
Townsend 5. give b Udinf.) aMaring the pab1U New York, by bought lath* southern flonntry. Produceor and county texas,and the necessary expenses IlE *
Cooper Csnova from Dr. Bym.'s new aitdersianed oa lately Mive4 Jttksapplyof
BELLCHASSB JblUnEOAU., for goods.N fc40 tcres. 2nd tate land
that their prices shall"b*.moderate and all girsentswUThfltSdtof dee 11 good paper taken la txobang due thereon,to wift bruM.PalBU.OHf.ta.amw
ConndlnuaTowRsend from Patrol LawonunittcePTcseutcd to and assessed ;
iiiet'tumbtrmeu who wish ltockelCreekbelOniln*
& RECEIVED large and elegant lot of '-Planters Dear which may be meotToned>-LI Wds}*eJ IA*%
at aDd K.Dte for the rear
*report of estimated N. B. Ca&tinZ4' reparfog- JUST Jjheuldera Sides Lard, sad many large bills art "speettonlalted elsewhere. to Oct23 to ThadcQa 8 L.LMICKLttt: Oil, White Zio*Paint, Whit IIe4'No.

expenditures of gorersmeat of Town per other necessary article for family use.anti for examine before buying .Jan. Tax assessor and Colleotor.AlgttercolumbL5 1IodidsrotaaaaAeesChffiy H'

'Executor Notice., ale by fjyjJj J 'H, T.TlTU& Co Pin,J n.2dr 1853. ,WUtars Balsam Wild Crry
:of Patrol Ordinance ; I DISSOLUTION. !! ('beyyDittersPkjljtokis..4h
Annum io case of passage date we will prraent our : *tm inMm4t 1 ,
after SARAPARILLAtWo' qtJL f1'UIS paKnanhtn heretofore exlstihz b.tweea Genuine Bemoda Arrow Hoot Prjiiiilisl -
S'X '
blc1t beitgreceived to A Honorablethe /TURNER'S "
heretofore jrcseated, aceounti and vouchers Clnbt.t* Hilla- BottlesTownsend's 44 Ayer'i' Cherry U tbs 4.iedtuder,eftnof EDBAiJK NOTICE.rtlHTRTY Bitters Qins r Win,tb. beet fesaedy._ '. "

'S '.was on motion bj Councilman Jdg of Prebcl.for the tteentor IB right of Pectoral; Balsam of Wild Cherry.-JnstT *LEWIS |I. diaolved wd VT b*autoal paid by toesefltAll VTm. oEn-; Days aHer dale wilt apply to thJL pepsia and DebUiyuewbflwethep.WIs. 'JL:
and Arm
Can T', laid on* the table together with borough, as ih.ststeof.TbomaL u cctrix Fw*, de- calved anetforsile b1 J.II- 'ATNBI'; debts banks Of'and th*late air twas"of money da*sold Iris wIll Honorable Judge .r the OroullUourt. 'of caB Is soUcited.. ,JOH M.PATSI. _. : ', .
bis wife of Druggist.qOMETHING. settle sadyeodstorthessmL ,0' tbe Btatrof fTorida sep25 DnLs .
Patrol Ordjiince. aeau,1forsinalsetllementof *'II-; and ,10 be paid to him tat,betnfaatborUedt* ht Butera,lre\l1\ -
: \?. D. EUBANK,, for leave to sellth land oelonglngto the Estate .., .
. 7, Lajounmtnt, ., shall apply fer a fall diwltrfe!as fi4 *xeeatriiaadezecator. < EXTRA!. have ra hind la aO J n21- k J'B1f'LEWIS., of William Blandly of Alochaa'eonniydeeesMd. SqanrIepnU'" ": .
choIce. at Began eonetottnr part TUj-Jan 1i. 1863.FBTJllllfS. J-.PREVATT VERY SUPERIOB lot*ffc rajw4t.. : :
: JQ Tort Tarren ; THOMAS f -.:
Oa motion by Councilman 'CABOT** ELiZABETH. McGUIES, .f the AUewiajc bnnehos: LaFeroen Oderl whisk Administrator by.'js.JS .'- A'. oelved at ta.Pne. Faaof 8ov.af ... .. .' .;:
$ Cheroots. : :. .
'. -7 :';_ Eiecatrir.TnERODRMcQIIIER fetot UavsnaGberOO1l.W .3DB \
Council then adjcmrned,*T.?: : J.. PATHS M..WHIT SMITH, Alt;.' .p2- .J01C .'.n_t :
wU U sold eluwp. zzcvriDjjIOX'JW
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GEQWC4OWS} &. .CO. ,Orrsca.T'l".t.4'1'U.J'. 'J'. LQXECnSTTHSMOST
mllB Pubscriber would gieav. to Inform the ;., ;, !, CirenlU Business Th" &KALB&.IXPBOVlStONr
I -B lera :
1. that be baa ,
public just reeeired a tory 'large > CERTAIN
EDITED BY CKJUILES BTOX. and IT enSWed to their care win be omptly, attended AKD BAn fiESfimr
splendid assortment of 0i .
.: _. .-- - -r---- I 't''t to. ,Fob 5l.524f.B.m.cars0llr CElhE MQCOES, TIN :': TOK THI CUU OF : .

1' J t's: Tin Dollar ptr MUMTM,la adYDCLN4.r :BUY GOODS, ,Rt DY"J ADE. WAItE nAr.IV.'R ;trOLLO'.W ARE Chrroio Diirriieft, -

_. ._ ; .CnOCKEnYi t1RNlm Dysentery "
dbeondMed".ntiT .01 arrearagos are
paid unless at the optlon of tbe Publishers.IQ CLOTHING, HATS .&.'q PS, BOOTS, MISS'.P. SWART. AND 'MR*.'M.) ARtOWj Abibv'zr A'? LA w 8EOAR3. &(1. &e., WMcflks SttnIdWp *eve iUO'l? 6ttli piiaufl i. te p l T' ".
JatscnyFla1d..aa will Offen hit flock for sale at the lowest possible rate wmtlnlf" .
iBViTiBrjtsti l>e Inserted oa. tbe AND SHOES ;JlsMdaitrr'utcipclTHE'FOURTH TTA8 remoted lo, e ,
wiU thtrlnstitatiofl' wm practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits for Prodace taken in exchange for((oodA.Jaekwnrfller c:7".rr ILLS-NOT J'AIU 1"0 ct1U.f" .1'.

fore wng Verms; a rich assortment,Mooslin deLaines American. YEAR the 20th of of September fflst.-- tbe Supreme Court of lh. State, and in the U 8 Fla. lob 21,185ttf SINGLE Ssr.uC&.4; ,

0 el>>nar )erriareiW twelve Vnes and nnder, English and French. both plain and flgnred Oine- The classes will oa be arranged so as to embrace the District Court for tho Northern District of Florida- : T.JI13YaJoabI6 prepar ie. b CIODIpoaDdtd

fof tneX-st Insertion 'fcnd T5 cents for each snbsecjuent hams CaHeoes figured and plain Alpacas; Mohair different ages and capacities ofthe pupils and thus February 7, J852 tf WARDLAW &WALKERr .? medicinal *wti If'Owb& 1. .
-adverUscrs liberal Lustres; Persian Clots Uai.lIeriDoa; Para. their Intcllectaal im ore-, Factors and Commission,.HerehantSy tlae"i1c1a 6r J1ori '
a lL
Insertion. JTo: oarly: mails Cloths.Bom"&llne ; Brocade Silks Plain promote Cooper & Basinger It r. pvu&sndwuoy,..:
ment,and also insure to them thorough instruction NORTH ATLAJITICWHARF- LT Vegetable aad 5wr
diaeocntwjBl b jnadeDy Chameleon do; wide black do; Florence do;oolored and lO iln desigsed KtrtctaLir fbr tk*
;. in the ration of literature AT-LAW
AU advertisements must be paid Jbr before satins, Ac. A very rich araortmeat of Cashmereall Mathematical department Instruction* will be continued by. ATTORNEYS ? CHABLET9 s. c. tbeaboMdlaeas*. The jnsntpagd'

wool shawls plain printed and embroidered SAvAnNAH, GA. W..A.\VUl W.&UU. Proprietor II fully eonhlnccuILItftl ,
nsertionvnnlcs4y'*regular, customer. By refer- the former.Teacher. : lawf j
g4ut&mi,the reiut.it.'um may be __r. black silk mantillas Persian,do: black and colored The French and Drawing De.p.Peenixi! will,.be WILL practice In all tho Courts of the Eastern a.C. 21 'T '3m valuable MedicineId fact the test JJaa.7J
silk boast Do gloros and lace mitts Paris ---- i
English fiee lloehers. I Has i* in
C under the direction of p..e l IT' Circuit of Georgia; .also. in the Eastern Cir given tbe town Id whieb Land reside
-;, tai sjtai traasmlUed with the adurtiBemeuLcr kid glorffl, a. large ,assortment rich drew trimmings Musical Instruction wiU be given U the Poi>ns enit Florida.. \ ; ,i W1LUAM Mr,TUNNO, the ixsmihvtg mr-wiHta whiei 1 it ha.

A4yert not marked: with the num. black;lace braids trimmings, lace gimps very cords wide;and beautiful Cringesbraid l lot of, of this Institution 101. any of the Professors of that It Office on the Bay,over the Republican Reading Factor and Commiisioa.Meriluat, met.warrants bim!B MJlB tilt u u a rosi..
will be continued until Science mJMKMnrUle; the Principals tearing Room .
ber Insertions.required, TIVE CURE. He bas
embroideries needle worked collars Do cuffs therefer U the
opK..witb thr pareats and gnaroians U decide. Wat.S.Basixora: SOUTH ElKWHAKCjCHAILS!TOK,BOOTH OltOtm
CuU.LuP.Coont. .
forbid tiharged-for. bands; ehetneseUes, under leevea and L C hand of tf sept, 18)2. tfWm. i.determhoatioato place. it within the rta&ofiIT
nr Fire.. Dollars will be charged for alf annonncemente kerchieft; needle worked edgings and in8Crtmgilinen TERMS, ftyttUt t*advcue.-Por one quarter, 4Dce13. -- r : knowrog bow ,many tuffer wilb this very.
eleven .
of candidates'for office, in advance. and thread do; German and Yalcncines do; Orthography, Reading, Writing and A-ritb- Felix Livingston IH.Lawtoa & CoFACTORS > onpleataat and: aftei dangerea.tlcnlavy DUease.'par,-
embroidered do window '
worked skirts
*10 00 flowbcings; 00 in the Seatben aad Wrsten StaW'
,. ;: One square,for six month, : : drapery, Ac a very superior and rich style of silk mme, $4 ATTORNEY ATL4WJacasoisiz.tw AND CflMMltS.ON1\bRCHANTS; ,
tegal or otbet' Business Cards,.per an. 10 00 and relret bonnets do straw; rich bonnet ribbons Grammar, Geography and History5; 00 In purchasinf my INDUS XOZECUST rpwtieolar
; No. S ldA Cherletttn
" :-.J 13 r. Wharf & C.W
Mathematics and the branches of and look for
higher Fi.a.April26. vrftte
: Ue3DbtiftndCreditore, : 7 00 and neck do, Very wide plain and figured; bus. : my tnitorrontbtlabeL
r- ; I English Literature. o 00 M. LAWTOH Wit.M. TATLOS
: 5 00 king bootees slippers, ties, and Jenny find booK .
Application for Letters Administration gents'rery fine boots; >gaiters and sboesr ready The French Language,in classes, 5 00 tf 1t.WaJ..T BtK'GT,, .T08EPB T.Du... J refer the rabUc't a few -certificates- below!

Application fer dismissal aa Administrator. 10 CO made clothine. of ercry dotcription and quality. Drawing and Painting. do. 6 00 Sept. 6.. elected (rom amoagJinaBy received
f from r.
:a' Editorial i et for private benefit will be char- The subscriber would say that he has engaged an Music from tlO to $15 for 24 lessons. C. A. PRICE. a.18ULoud Bptstable citizens Jacksonville .
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Tailor to do custom work which will An additional charge of 50 cents for fuel, will i. ,
m _". "._.. $4vWng.cr7 neeomplfehed ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR.Palatka ,, ,& Co EQ&K&T PilNSETT/
f. I.IW\I hit Ann with f\ernr and tA ti>. Cloths cassi- aim bo made to each patron for one quarter. during ; ,
.( AD rrtou, ... xiuucv wW be I1m.1- meree and yestinn kept to suit customer Planters the winter. Sept, 18:2. ll-6m Florida. FACTORS 'AND COMMISSION PS. PFanteni afoald' not ie'-w'lWe f fblsTalnable

<;; toit.ti'An who wish to furnisli their negroes wit chocs _- Will attend. tho Courts of the Ccrenit. : MERCHANTS, I.did1l.Xn, .fanlly!'ouckt to.
I/o aimiMkWe'personal communications will be or clothing,ean be topplied with large quantities at MALE AND FEMALE jan 1 3m keepitenband., _
very low prices. The pub!ic are invited to call and . NO. 118, BAT STREET,
i. charged' aa.advertisements.C examine goods and prices for tbemselres. Classical and English Institute '------ SAVANNAH GEORGIA nAI.M.REED.,princi!a J',Agnt .for Jackson..
.i. All bills for Job Printing,must be paid on L B AMERMAK.Jacksonville. JACKSONVILLE FLA. F. CLAY BABBETT, .

:; the delivery of the. work. Oct 9, 1852. c X Ury Fnbllc.Comm'utioxTfor Jad"uiUf', .4tJpar 1 3.j
.. r' Strict attention will be given tet the sale of Cot.ton
10' : b B-T-AD letters on business and communication N. F. DROWN, PRINCIPAL. tak&g Admottledgment of or 'other produce and liberal advances made

::- ,' mMtbe"fott yenf; t&-reeeitu.ttention. i i)21C 13, Deeds and otkfr Iiutrummtt of Writing when desired Ifoflce

,1. ): 1 .t'tttr'. .. respectfully call the attention of1., : THE Subscriber basing had stveril years to 6f used in the States of JOHI W LOUD. P H'.LOUD. Dfrect ions for. using Poinsett'i Indian Lois-

.'J: *. <'I,' 'AOElTTSrMaj. WOULD and tho public generally to the large in teaching, has concluded to es. NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.Office jan 2J. 185% ly ansi will be found on the inside of the wrapper .
tibl'u his School in this place and resp ectfully en each bottle. '\Tbete there ft fever .
! .JOHI BRASO, Tallahassee Fla. and complete assortment ofFURNITURE invites the public to call and test its me1'f& with E L Harrison Co., JacksonvilleFjorida. ; E. W. Bilker* a attendirglledieetse
pcryntite rfeaW ia:
Oct 23-tf mr.
a., :" cJ.o.RIArDo1r: Esq Ocala, Fla. It will be his constant effort to cultivate-the SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL COMMISSION use lie used before tEe Lexesust. Should'
<: r Boston. We friendship and esteemef pupils and to instil
.*Joai DAELIXO Esq., Tampi, Fla.Oen. justreeeiredfrom purpose to sell on ; Philip Fraser MERCHANT, there be a tendency Inffamnt ion. mod
.:. as good terms aa ean be obtained in Savannah or those principles which tend to develop the hunon purge
r ; BnssKLt, KewninBTille. Fla.! Charleston, as our freights are much cheaper than intellect and to refine the heart. ATTORNEY CO VKSELLORATLA, SAVANNAH GA. erately, and five toe Lot tenet ia smaller dose.

to any other port South, having a number of vessels Without being in the least sectarian, the Insti. March Ban the average dose.
:: "J: :.pt !;J. K iG'HT. Alligator Fla. JACKSOIVILIK! FLA., 20. 1152. ly
:;.. coming out in ballast for lumber. This branch tote will be conducted on religious frineil"ea.Dya

:< '. ,:,,111, FKISBT Esq. Carey's Ferry, Fla.yt of the trade will bo conducted by L M. FOLSOM, most thorough system of reviews and exam WILL:; attend to any professional bo. iDes Boston & Gmlby A FEW MORE. 07 THE MAN CERTIFICATJ3 '

.''QcocCKirrKK, Esq, St. Angnstine, Fla. an experienced person in the busin .as. Profopsor ir.ottons which, experience had. suggested, the to him in the Courts of thE
: Folsom will keep on hand Piano Fortes, Violins, Principal flatters himself that knowledge once ac' astern Circuit and the Supreme Courts a COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL
Judge A. STEFLK, Cedar Keys,Fla. cannot Ho lost. Testimonial from a Rtfxtfr '.
Guitars. Aecordeons Ac. and i isprepe.redtofurnieh quired, Tallahassee. He bas also ouch An ndrantge COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
: tJUnsicTj'Esq Piktka, Fit.JACISOK music and mnical instruments of every quality and 1 Great inducements are offered-la the way olhealth The following certificate of the effleaeiemma*
l 3' connection with an able Lawyer at Wee CORSEV saT AND JirnER Itiee of
>us O.- STREETS this Medicine is from
both and of situation-to wishingto a regular physician.in
' description, for the old and new notation, together beauty parents
:i'_ PRIEST, Esq., Flcraiug'on, with instruction books of all kinds. Orders send their children from home, as no pains will ng'.n City as will ensure a prompt and spec SAVANNAH, GA. Colombia county: .

'f.: ( P.. Coon, Esq: Savannah, Ga.f from the interior will lo attended to promptly. be spared in providing for their comfort and en. y collection of such claims may be place IM BOSTON. :f JOHX H. GV.XBTNor. Flier GKOYK, Columbia eo, >

:' -- Also.-STOVES, of different kinds. joyinent. n bis bands against the United States. : I.18SI. 6m E.F,February 2 th, 18M. ft
: u b'Nt\u1J;; Jacksonville.October 2. 1852. tf The discipline will be inflexible,though mild;. and Sept.8th,1849 >7 "_ Mr. Egbert Pwisctt:.
: .
persuasive.The --- diaries E. Dunn, Dear Sir: I hart used three Bottle of In-

" : JOB PRINTING OFFICE. D. IW'CITEIC & CO., course instruction includes n3 the branches Oscar Hart SURVEYOR OF TIMBER S'e- dian Loxecnst all succeeding admjrat l..TOUT On. eJ
of a thorough finished English: education, anda the bottles used in .
wu f Chiwaie
: S:: ::-# -,- SAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE.., full preparation for any college clam. A T TORXE Y AT LAW, *A*PPOI3TTED by the Governor,for I>uval county which had produced prolapsus a ease anior protrusion DysyBtery o5
it ENGLISH STUDIES. Office in the Court House stairs ) having teen qualified na snch,offers his services the
from York of respectfully inform their customers ( up rectnm which bad baffled all other remedies
received New WOULD to the in
HAvrso a supply public that
C-) the public generally, that their FALL Orthography. Rending Penmanship; Phonogra in tie several Counties o r capacity. that had been tried (and these were not a>' trw.y
.: Type and other materials suitable for Job Printing STOCK OF GOODS have arrived, and are now .phy, Grammar; Geography Ancient and Modern WILL practice Eastern irjnit of Florida and at. Fob 7,1852. tf The result WM a final cure with one bottle. Yeaw
at the shortest for,the of those History, Khotoriet nook-J ceril1g Composition andleelan.ation --'-- Indian Loseenst is the
we arrnov prepared to execute, notice ready inspection wishing to purchase ; U. moat positive and certain
I tendio claims the Davhl II. GalloaCo.
tbe collection pgninst .
Botany the Bible Vocal Music for
.' lAm ; ; enre Dysentery DianSc of
all binds of1Fampblets Good Artlclfi at Prices. any remedr
rawing.> States for Military StrTices,And!,r Horses lost, SATANNAU, GASMinrjicTURrRS ., that I have as ye:learned the ue of..
. : Circular, Their'stGek consists in part of Dry Goods, of al SCIENTIFIC COURSE. or other property lost destroyed by troops in llespeerui'l yours Ic,

.'t. r Xw Blantn, Hand Bills most every quality and name, from silks to kerseys Intellectual, M ral and Natural Philosophy; said service Friction Matches in ronnd ANDDT.ALEzS wood boxes.it Marking P. W. CA TO. If.D.

:!. Buinrca Card, Sh.w Utile, fresh family Groceries liardware.Tin ware Wooden Astronomy, Chemistry; Logic; Geology.MATHEMATICAL Also,claims for Pensions disabled Soldiers, Ink. Black Writing Ink, and N. B. Send me-another aapply ImmedMiUry.i"11 .
.1 adin
Yialtlns Cards Bills ] ware Boots and Shoe, Hats and Cap of tholatest COURSE.
r ofdecease.lSoldiers.Also P.WVCLTrtn
} or the\\'idowuntl Orphans meriT OH Paste B1aekingol1'FORT' -
Labtis kc. 4.C., Arc.teorl styles. Ladies Bonnets and a variety of serviceable _
t r.:'., r1:7AU: hill,fiJT oftbit Ld,to 1*paid on and fancy articles, which cannot fail to Arithmetic Mensuration: Algebra; Geometry Analytical; TrijrOMmetryurveyinp Geometry;, claims for Bounty Land to officers and & DUNHAM Rev. I. hnfs.

e1iorret. Juno 14. snit the most varied tastes oi the FAIK cx, who Differential and Integral;Calculus. soldiers, and tile U Mows and Orphans of dec Joififersan1 Jacksonville NeT.12, 1851.

1-, are especially invited to cal1.ALSO. CLASSICAL COURSELatin soldiers. TP /fPiTi/ e9 AIJID Mr. PeinnU-Dear, Sir: I take plearare in ex-
"J,' hill attention to conveyancing f e&Vl/L'>U pressing to l,aiea
Greek Also, will (tire yew ny aw e( year Zodiacs
A select assortment Saddles. Bridle" Martin- course; of;Lectures will delivered 1 during to examining: Titles! and Records.and assertain- COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Loxieazt as family medicine. Ibeveuseditwitls

gails.Collar&c. Trunk Car'et| Bag,Umbrellas, i cbirns to Lands. good inccea. Your, rctpeetrany,
and all that is usually found in any store in this tbe year upon Philosophy and Chemistry. The nit SAVANNAH, GEOSGIA. L PWAKT.
him wilt
HEW DRUG AND FANCY All busint-eaentrusted to meet with
country,the half of which would"too-numerous School will be firrni attention iin-l all instruments of wri From fet. Join C .
to mention." pIrl\tuslInd will afford ampie opportunities prompt ; Jsy.JarLmnnlU

." .- 6 ( g.r" Their stock having-been selected by one of the becoming acn:iinte-1 with Science and the ting will be executed by bimwith neatness and ____ October 30th. 1852-tf- _______ Koc. 17,1831.

: THE SUBSCRIBER is now opening at his store, firm, and one well acquainted with.tbe w-antau! prnrtic-.il oprrution o fits laws. cJelpateb. J. HOLMES. Mr. Poinaett Tki. will inform yen that for MTrralyeanl .

II', Oa Fonjlb Slrrrt, the people of this section, they only caytr The Academic will be divided into four ksonvi11tm.2 IS. t. If hare trued mesh at different timer
'* CALL .AND SEE.a"einlt year General Commission Merchant. From Chroaic Diarrhopa. I hare tried jour InUiam
quarters eleven weeks each Students may OCHUS. Loxeenrt. and received an entire relief and hare-
l fully assured that none will ansnit- A. A.
DRtSOILSPAJNTS go away enter after the commencement of quarter, WALL STREET, NEW TOnA- no reason to doubt its being
cd citherns to the of the tho any pernracent. elieTillr-
quality goods prices NSTUCTOR! of tborouRib Ba!. and performance
I AND asked forth em. and be charged only from the time of their ad- I the Piano an
.IDlD7' LarrtD1: : N.n>-All kinds of Country Produce taken in mil n. announce upon to the citizens of Jacksonvilleand Pine Lumber. Live Oak and other Southern Tiin- rent you this.certificate, which yon earl DM at you

selected with in the, ofc exchange for goods,at the highest market prices. TERMS: Mcinity thai he will be prepared from the ,.her and rrodac, and to order for rurcha.n! think proper I will alto ay, that in eonrernnjr
Rqcextly great care city with who hare used
medicine ,.
many I ha
mSW-yORK. AaincALL MID 11.. We charge ziothi..; for Board and Tuition, including lights fuel, 1ft of January, t<* pcrf-ctratisfactidn to any Merchandise. tf dee II not found one who did not reeeire your relict ,
showing our goods and wasbingpcrec-scionofd months, $WO 00 who-may favor him with their patronage.
! He invites the' attention of airrcuants; PliTlrlakNj Dt CUES 4 CO. German French, 6 00r"y.1 Recommendations from (Col J. Bruard. end dJtinguicbed S. H. ROCKEHBAUGH TastorMctnodiat JOHN CLEF

.ndthC.mmenttytobia Stock with tho Oct 13. 1S51.__ c ( quarterly,in advance)' Pianists ol the North can J.e seen ct any GENEKAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, Church JickionrUle.
assurance that tbe articles will be found to be fresh,
FOR DAY STUDENTS.- time. dee 18-tf. H.u .
of prime quality and at as low prices as they can be New Goods New Goods English Studies and Mathematics. $10 00 112 Rarl &, 1\wrA: Pear Sir-Eeme tiae> since'-r I was eeL cc a 1.1851.rint nea v

Ii bought. .in.any market of tbe Southern country. rT.\t Wholesale and Kctail.4 Including the Scientific Course, 12 00 Washington 71. Yves / lAP.EITL attention will bo given ta sales* o Four place aid wxrsuddcnly taken very rick.

f13 L HE OFFERS .. Latin aod Greek, 1500 A TTORX T AT LAW A If I):SOLTCITOKJK V / Cotton Kicc. Sugar, Lumber, Timber, and Your Indian Xoxevngt wa ree niniende, ,Tfc-
i CHEWING. .TOBACCO AND SEGARS JUST RECEIVED, direct from New York a German French extra C 00 ciiAitcxnr other Southern Produce. Abo Merchandize purchased friend that I was tuUirg barpccen to bare a beStIr
OLD LIQUORS AND WINES, FINE Assortment of fashionable Spring (Payable quarterly in advance) ALLI6Att.E, OLIJMP1A COUNTY,FLA, on most advantageous terms. June 19-ly of it in the honR, and I used it, and take pIcMnre-

g v CUTLERY, JEWELRY. Dress Goods, of French Briti.h, and American A liberal deduction will be made for pupils In 11TILL practice in the several counties composing: JOSEPH GRICIT In informing you that it cured me. I am aver t>

,., q &.&, &.& M nufactnrecoT>prWug iu part- the Primary studies. Mr. Brown is ato able to the Eastern Judicial Circuit of Florida, Hamilton baring my name in p:nt,.kat#ill.for the "Del
French oil col'd Gingh.uus,American do. secure the services of a most superior German Pianist county of the Middle Circuit and Levy conntyiTtfie GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT: of those that may be afflicted, you can publish thia

t TEA Si BLACK AND GREEN) French,En Ii..1I, nml American Prints, should there be sufficient encouragement to Southern Circuit; and in addition to his 33 WATER STNEW-YORK. ir you think it necessary

Of the1itelltqU&titl'at as low prices as the same Furniture Chintz 'ig'd and Plain Lawns employ him. Address, N. F. 15UOWN.llttrrrnm. regular profpei nat duties, will attend promptly Yours with respect,
and attention to the sale
t article can'b*sold in tbe Southern country. to prosecution and collection of claims of every STRICT prompt given St AXX 'If HARTLEY.
i I eel 'IIon Willard Hall.Kev F Wynkoop,Pay Corr description against the General Government. articles of produce entrusted to Lu care, Dr. E.Poin,ctt.Jackfonnue. Fl%.
r 3PH3E 3LABM8] Jactouets, Plain and FigM Swiss Muslins. Chambers, Capt II B sones.Wilmington, Del.; Dr April 10, 1832. ITBUSINESS ant all orders promptly complied witb.

I! will find be thinks many article adapted to their rJI.; nr.n "CIrnn %'tllice. DeL Il..T r..A:... April 2", IS.2. tf OwTKU.Tnn.uOet 20, 1851.
, wants and tastes-all of which be will be glad to Cambrics nnl Jacksonets,pldin and checked, Dover.: Del-)JUr J ERnekwcll.; Brooklyn:-NY' ; -- Dear Sir-ollr Indian Loseenst b a GOOD modi.

, exhibit and eel for CASH. lie will have. in a few FigM Berages, Silk Tiauen.very rich pat- HonJOliplianL Dr A E B rld, McdfordXJ.Tiw&tn .- ; C A RDS. S. N. Williams, (in*. Some time since I purchased a bottle from
_,_,, days a first rate tern -Then Hyatt Rev Titos Cann, Rer Z A nnssioN MERCHANT < your agent and rare it to one 06my

\ g'OD'A FOUNTAIN Wile Black: Silk. cheap M&rsclics Mansfield, Wilmington,I>eU L Barrows, Andover, R. Yl'. I5ICTGS negroes that had suffered very much from a e-
very ; veto of DpClltt It
Ma's., E M Moore. Savannah. Ga. BLACKSMITH AND MACHINISTs JACKSONVILLE FLA. l'J' him. Eovru
t. Wt', a..r A COSSTANT SUri'LY OF and Florence Silk, of tviry color, 1852. afterwards I had another negro attacked with tbe-
IT -
band fur
January and sale
I I SeBA TirJiTEIL & ST33.TJPS Crape Shawls, pi tin an!.)IrreJ, ----. ---- --- --- JACUI \ ,FLA. KEEPS constantly! assortment on of a genera same dweeK. I purchased another bottle, and it.
eared him .
Paris KM Gloves Klack and ceJor'd Lace also.I
.- of the rery beat quality. and flavor. Jacksonville Male Institute, vrEEPS| constantly on band GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. do not hesitate a moment in reeommendinzr
hits :
janeSotf JOHN M. PAYNE._ KEY. I. SWAKT, A. \., Principal. i. a large assortment of Or THE BEST SELECTIONS, your Indian Loxeenrt to the public a* being tb.
"" 1)0.Silk an 1 Lisle Gloves, WZOl'GIiT 120C rL01"Glr.6rh .-.
*- CHEAP STORE. Jenny Lied P.lki Gaiters, II own ananufacturc,ofcv- and will sell them lower for rash than they taD be most certain remedy for Dysentery that hare overused
\ Bates of Tuition. bought elcenhere in the Bo or heard of. If yon see proper,you can pub-
fTTHE.undersigned having taken tbe NEW STOKE Dronze-tippeJ Ilooteea,Opera Gaiters, \ ry kind, together with CaNS iEh tLis. Yoorj
Oriliography; Reading, DcSaiog Aritbnstic and .. ,! rwgkt CM Country produce taken in exchange liberal truly
/ hoc
J.V invites the lipskin &c.
,owned by J. & respectfully Single Ties Slippers, illLES PRICE'
eleven S
Pcninanship. weds.
quarter (
attention of tbe public to Lie well selected stock of The most approved style Spiing Donuets, Geography. Grammar per History, Compoation$4,0(1 rations! other articles of all his sizes line., hone Also,Shoes, and STOHE earner of Union rnc and Fonytb streets for.mry Dr. E. Poinrrtt. Jaeksonrine.

God adapted both for Country and City trade Do. Children's Hits, Silk Bonnets, richly) .location; and Book Keeping, do, 5,00 ewned and occupied by.'.Jw Armstror do well to call ana examine his stockbe&u LUMBER CARTS AND WHEELS Sept K.1851.
.. buyers would elsewhere. Consisting of the trimmed owl of the-'I latest fashion. Higher branches of an English, ibemtia&t Jae&.ontihtrOet.25lSdl.; lyBollner DE.Polxarn-Sil': Thi lt i,t.eertify.thai T

,purchasing of staple and Fancy Dry French lowers,rich Binnet ISitLom.Gentl'men's and SciontiGc course, do- 0,00 41 sizes, kept constantly on hand, or made to have been permanently cured of a severe DUrrboFa
jSMortinent Potter
foiftwtne Wwr.Bo : The Antient Languages. do. 10,00 order at short notice. the of
(Iqo VAlara''ware and Cutlery Boats and Shoes, by aPe your most valuable medicine called
t Hats and Caps Musical Instruments Perfumery, II(!. G"itPI"In,1 Shoes, The French Language in clasccs. 5.00 lIe is alia prepared to execute with despatch, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Indian Loxeeiwt. after suffering for more then.
Soaps Combs and Brashes and a general Beidjf ni-ideClothingasplen'JM Eortraent Drawing and Perspective, S.OO soy work which may be required at price which months with that distremng dwease. I take pleas-
Fancy 154 Frau street, corner lfbli Line
, in water color, upstairs,
Painting 9,00
aasorrSMBtof Toys and Fancy Articles. Also, a somevery 6ne. T tannot tail to suit all. He wnuhi only ray to the are in recommending your most rateable medicine-

'I large stock of. :.'Saddles, Bridals.4c, Wood Country merchants supplied for cash on oil 15,00 juMic "eneoura borne Industry," as every arti. NEW YORK, to all similarly afflicted. u
Prof C L DES ROCI1ERS InstrncU.a: French jle Iroui him, or made at his establish
of OneOtoceiiea&Proci.onr purchased I
{ and Cropker Ware,a fine seloeted stock tern s equal to New \'ork prices. The country WILL attend promptly to all business tlltrustod'If remain yenta truly
< : H E,W, CLARK.10' Drawing and PatniJgoet9Jl! ment. is fully equal to any of the kind procured at I to their Particular attention A. J. J' NSTOY.
public are solicited toc-ill and exiiniue G x4s care. given to ,
(C ', ._ Bay Street and prices. tho North. April Z, Ib52.lyJ the salo Colton, Lumber. Timber and Turpentine Formerly of Jacksonville N. C.
MECHANICS MANUFACTURERS AND ------- Mr. Poinsctl, Sir: For the busch of
: also to the purchase of goods. .
FAMILY GROCERIES. :.\ tbe Brick Cash Store. L. IIOGAIITH
INVENTOOS. lt# Liberal advances made on consignments. yon cn publish the following Ln.-
L. B. AMERMAN. Till.: Sheet It on, Cofj ft bead aNd Zinc Woritr, Feb21. 1S52. Cm tad nell Caiea of Diltn Loa. on my plantaiiao
.rrl EirjBSCBIll Il jteep* constantly on band Jadcvonville, March 27lh. this
JACKSON I"LOJUD.TTEEP .. srai-oiijalfof which hare been cored
viLi !
Volume of the
: The Eighth
fine-assortment of GROCERIES to Establishment
a Dying andKenovating
> be tf most valuable
wliclts: respectfully(tails the attention of the WATCHES JEWELRY CLOCKS ETC. AMERICAN coaunenc'soa the 18b( of Septem- cnnrtuntlr on hand a good assortment t use year mrdicine caHtJ-
SAVANNAH ndian Loxcciiit. You
.1" of TIN WARE of hIs GEORGIA J respect folly,
t vabbo,consisting in part of Ur. It is principally devoted to the diffusion own manufacture.
Sugar IJI.fd hams ShwlderttMestP -,Ful- C. 1>. OAK, of useful practical' kno !eJxern3d j, eminent which be offers on as favorable terms as can be 73 Yoil street, rear of the Cost Ilotue, JOHN PRICE Jr

"*'R M4rl" Beef, Bologna Sausage, Cod TTAVIXG Jart returned from the Nrrth would ly calculated to n.J..nce tbe great iilrrP4tsof purchased or South. at lie any is also establishment prepared to of czoonte the kind at,North short ESTABLISHLDIN 1832 : Black Creek FU, Feb. lit, 1832.

Jli, Maeleiel, frisk P"'azo :. Fleer ITl. respectfully inform tbe pnblia that Le has I nlustcy-M'cdaniC4l, blMvfactvTM end Ag. notice,and in worVmaiJike meaner, article of T ADIE81 Silk and Woolen Drosses,Shawls Ta- Dear Sit-Some lime *inr* a mimbtr of my

--Gtsht Butttr Oteeit, Lf of Lard, brought out a splendid assortment of gticultural-the geni us and muter-{;rii of the any JLj Lie Covers Ac-cleaned and Dyed various co ; family was very ill, indeed, with DiarL a. I

Cnskef'anJ Bron Sugar. C"'n, Corn ition. SHEET IEO.V,COFFEE, LEADOttZttC.IIU bars Ladies* Bonnets bleached and pressed in a : resorted to seven*] tl.icpa usually gire' fer

I ile .tam 3 Grift.'Tta. Coffee, Crnrleeas4 Cigar GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, It is IInl ivnl1td ItS a Journal of the Arts and motto is "quick soles and small"''..*'and fashionable style Kid Gloves cleaned and GentleI: the Disease,but nonr of Iheui would afford anjp

\ .' .- ALSO, FIXE GOLD JEWELRY, of every description.Gold mi'l maintains a high character at lie relics on the public to sustain him in his effort men's Garments cleaned,renovated or dyed I rlief. Your Indian Loseeust was recommend
Gut; and sU'I"erGUAP.l : STOVES, of all kinds, always on band. Orders be required All dono in the same style which has
Letdt P.. ttr, MmfasraJitJa Wftitley, uomrand nbros'l. ell by eevesal perfons. 1 made op mind toy
VEST. AND FOIl CHAINS from town or country, thankfully received and generally so much pleased my patrons and friends my
'__.**: end Choice Brandies: Gold"\ and Silver SpectaclesSTLA'ER Tie Pnbliebers ple.1:" themselves tlwt the punctually attended &G.pri110, '52. tf Terms moderate. Orders front the country and interior r it, neil am very glad I.lid so,...on. Bottle
ttr vwcn rnit wiLL SM.I.car*r TO*CAsnA'pril leant if Florida and tfret..l. perfect cure. Too will .
WARE eurh of all kinds future Volumes shall at equal nut sut- -------- -------- of Georgia South Carolina pl *f&rabi.b -
as Spoons
10 18 -Z..c- .- : T. G. flu yEllS. Batter Knives 4;. Gold and Silver PENCILS,* pas their predecessors. Among the sul))cU This Sido Up, with Care. thankfully received and punctually,attended to. this..-assaeli & valuable Medicine o.(:ht tov
Arclitttture mar2T. ALEXANDER GALLOWAY the puMio. Spiead it fur.and'
undersigned han lately rectiveti fim.ii P1 1SS. columns ane Civil Engineering, near in order
a frtan ,
rpHE '
J supply' of Drugs,Paintl.! Uiln, &c. ewonwhlck.i.ytbe : Enivos, Rwors, Scissor Shears etc. A splendid n.iUit Manufactures>In.CrM2ea or .lictnls AgrirulturMl, Fibrous Ifflplrrneuts.and TutU A 'I5SI3 'OllnnO'tt.2"Q' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL that the afDicnl 1I1t1lhut ELlJIAD relief. Tours 1JUTCD.is.r

tfttDUoo'.I-Lln8l'e.J and lot cf LADIESP.ANS.. Combs, Broshw. etc. xaaavo
Lamp Substances, Machinery (or the purpose Chtm- T Izy"n'A-N V 'A C ".0 nT, To Dr. E.Poibrtt.JACKS0.1TH4JC.
Oil White Zinc Paint White Land end PER F.U )1 ERY &c. aa'.LNvhl2rvll gjI.i..flggv7
ic.'} Processes.Distilling,C010J &c. Steiro.
No-, IcxliJe Potasaa; Ajrer's Cherry Pcctoril loAn CASES, PORTE MONNAing. cut GAS Engines Balers au.1 Furnaces uv, Mathemalicnl. jo al1:5 acu j tf I u33.y s] 'JtAllciiI314Z Jl r 10 and,12 Barnard, Sarannah, Caj ,- Jay Ctb', 1831

WiltariHh'Wiln Wild;Cherry HW.Urds Wild and many other articles to ,numerous to..mention.Cy Philosophical Oriiral ,ioslru- apsuixoiuinc This Is to certify it is with much plraatir*,

t"h.tr1 Bitt 'l,Philitokeo-tbe females frien, Tbe public are invited to eall... ments, Care, Carritjes, Water.WheeIs, Wind .CIOaupv pJaq1's9.!'H paw 'padJ1qs! o panq3Jnd eq roM THE Subscriber respectfully Invites; the public hull announce IhePvblic that have bce Bi
fllI.L 'GOLLO of his stock ofl'Lnished
GlDiii 'P\ld.'j -:1oot: ,,.PxygenatrdBitters. WATCHES AND JEWELRY and Grinding Mills'IowtrlP1"ining Machines effectually cured of the JUtrewing complaint .
Omcn/vndeite; best remedy for Div t sa c' AH3A .10 aonaoudjoj { Third Japaned Tin Ware, .tiled DltRltry.llbe highly ircommendei
-' repaired at short notice, and warranted. Tools fur Lumber, Brick Machines, Farming pica! eq HI*cooud pooo
peVwtfWl PeMWj, "n0* ,*for* tbe peblie.eiUJ : A Jacksonville, Sept U, 185% &01WOOD'S Fire Arms, Electricity. Tr1r 1'1Ipbs. Surjiicil 'pwneasuioq which bo,is constantly manoDchirirg. Peon remedy tf Jr.}L Poinsetr. I bad rcsorXed'ttn

'loll .1 1 ',JOHN M.:PAYNE, Instruments &c, besides Claimsof the Pa. Bra evioed Ajjnnoa oq1 Saiqsttunjjtoj! .CjqiSKj visiting .Sarannaai! will do well U examine.. -. my many things but of BO rail; I wwa indkccd t.,

n )1 .. '._. i Pr rri< tents! Reriews, Notice ofnew Inventions A.merican AJ9A9 paip Jiamnii)uoijuj eq 's3ivm jaajajip sip stock,previous. purchasing elsewhere. I. his very 'paUtuble and Jflll.iDt Medioine.,
Tabs Shower
ORNAMENTAL, IRON WORKS y Mpefmoaq I ejinbo! of sated oa peaed.uaus : Bathing Baths; Hip Baths and. and to my pent eatWjetloB was eotapletvly'
A' \1LAIT$, ASTD WINDOW GLASS. Foreign. The work is In form for ''adoed Sponge Baths. Cooking. Parlor,and Office Stoves.of .. -
pn .quo qUA .t(1 Q1MoJ9iUlIIf! psuvnb ured within a few days and. Uremot beeu
) Itniled. K"WltJroad PlifladelpTu'a. binding,contaiLi several k Hired Rwvariagsover various sItes: and most approved patterns.
fI.Qi.a4a e lo
yrt paw l3dD1UC.IJ 2utvjjlS3JdSO11I troubled since 'with that
to orach dacaded.djs..
"#' ; 4EeI44.tk tJ!] *tuftrlor article for lamp Iron fonrbundreJ pages of r-rinled matter", and Hollow'ware,of every d erii>Uon:namctled -
Statuary. Qrcyhonnds Newfound jose.
. a copious Index. Nearly'all 'the valuable Patents and Tinned Sauce Pang preeenrmg Pane; flevotelagand .
I.4 C4J3t OaL : land Dogs Fonotaias of beautiful! designs and various issue 'iaiivuativaNv2uv41 othetWa1h1eIrons.,4e4 M. Catlery,and ,I t other
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ClEttc" 3Ctt late- from Havana.: some provision suspendingthe 'insane ,** :1; Iris thatre made .. ;
.; : erotu. enough,) by 4he pir- eye, which Jean in his day eootradic ed: i :
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Bishop during insanity his its In'their communications.. If
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3 Hanna correspondent of the New sion' and jurisdiction in the diocese* a The following article,from -the-Nash- were of God they_eonld not err. ,He i* and JBfallable, therefore 3lollee'"tss' ',but :

Ha! lwiD..e-nr..kim nan Tori i c Tribune in bis letter of "the J 14th The question would then occur: bow ville Christian:Advocate, has:been handed infallible; Tie alone searcheth tbe .heart, apenatnrallyiatipinte&, Tie Spin t said

Sine tbu..Ghee to roam, mat. lap: shall the question of inanity be decided. us by A friend, with a request to publish "trieth the reins,",and nradeth tbe hidden that all men are aspired but Ire .thosgsi I' ";. ,
ABC wkaa bu cab stops at the door, C I hi Saturday evening some napidout A power might be allowed to the Diocesan :,, thought, Not to with tbeat very aecomi the cootndictioos-: .men aeeordiaf: to I '
John. -I'm not at home atea fired Convention, three-fourths of both''or i tnodating' They seem to be ,"all the of the : ;
ay mer was at from a small fort ders The present is certainly,the 'of arrant theory Spirit, would prove : ,
B.iBtfftd lasts h vhtn Ja a tmD JecI. calla d the Cojimar,' on the coast to the concurring, to pronounce a Bishop deception and eouaterfeitaa age well things to all sD D. 'Not we appie end, that no one inspired. As tbc .spirit; t .
(Tn.y nut bkrt mat' btfora JIf easrt card, about three miles distant from no*compot mraftt-that done, thqmigbt'proceed of profound: discovery"and To ss that they may "save some ,"' but: on the has a pecular way of tfyisg things we \ '. -
the election .
of Provisional progress.
thai ly ber eh.ii began, the Moro. It is not known what steamer Ex. a prove this, needs only ,to;.refer to those contrary, that they may 'damn tllmty.- I give its description of UN God of Hoses 'I
ITS genres him more! it w as; but, as the Ohio and two British Paper. singular Delusions of the ,times-the Question them,for instance in reference I : :s

IH nag BO aw tfc. Magi IM land, 5t Lamer left, late on that day, it is sup- I manifestations of "mediums,'* which set to the church, or any,great truth connected : ,It add, "The God of Moses wax a'cruel -->
Nor play the waltia* o'er; josed to have been one of those vessels. Reception of the Diplomatic Corps by forth the doctrine of spiritual intercourse: with Christianity, and generally their 1 blood-thirsty, revengeful and nrorderous .: <

J or war tb.colon b. approved .' I am informed by an acquaintance this run: PKKS1DEET. and commonkation, through; the. intervention answer.ill.enetJj agree with tie previously God while the ,God of the inaa Jens .' ":.,':
*m seer flout aim mere! morning that at a small town a few miles of dead, with the eternal world. entertained sentiment of the ques 1 was a better one, a God of coMisteflty; 'I'
'I'll.*mqvr toon lotVi foolish flame, hence the troops in the place were being In. conformity with the established That Safrn.should be more active, to, JeceivemexvAOW tioner. The Methodist is told that .Methodism I there is no miraculous inspiration; :Jetes ,
AI Uaouuda haft b..or.. mustered last evening; that all was excitement usage, the members of the diplomatic body : ; than formerly, ought not is the true religion; the Boman was no more inspired than Pythagarsa
Look itranj irnme'w I Mar Us name, and that the authorities were were on yesterday received by the President however, <,to move the. wonder of Catholic that his is the right Church; and who six hundred years before him: wftO i '
A ad nVw proBOBae it more! running about in such a manner that he at the Executive mansion in their 1 considering the great spread of the Chris any. the infidel,.that neither church nor religion in a clairvoyant state solved t1a.em, ;

?b. plait of aairl matt rwign thought a landing must have taken place. official capacity. The President was attended tian religion throughout the world. .Besides are necessary atoll, for there lasso and who in all the apparent miraculous y (\ "

That Mxt .y bean I won, j In regard to the slaves just imported, by the Secretary of State and the in every age, like an attending shadow hell, and Thomas" Paine, is "pretty comfortably acts and incidents of 'wanthe Superior *." '
H*, toe.mad Jietd that tree of nine which are being sold in this city without other members of the cabinet. His excellency falsehood baa followed closely] in the fixed, in Paradise. With ex- of Jesus God could not cram more into I i
H. itol whir treth h. non! much secrecy, the British Consul General.! A. de Bodisco, the Russian Min. pathway of truth, and ,ever has striven eeedingOp1aiSlDee"oo! ,the spirits, ofthings the brain of Moses than he had natural '
The Buniatnrt I n uecl to trace has directed a communication to the authorities |:ister, having been presented to the President hard, to clothe itself in the garments ,of which never hail an existence, ability for, sad so with Jesus, his brain Jl j| .

And feel roauntM o'er, here, but until his nation shall by the Secretary of State, delivered, verity. It likely that the whole subject readily come forth at the call of the"me. was well eyuit&rivMised, and hence_ his ]|
IH tear from iti morocco ease direct cannon at these violations of solemn as the senior of the diplomatic corps, and of "Spirit Bappings," &el, would meet and- the"animated ghosts of, the raperiority to Moses. ., ;
I Aad-cercr tin it more! contract, the trade will go on briskly. on behalf the ministers and heads of but its merit, if it were treated with ridicule living, as well aa the dead,rap_and tumble And so with himself and with aU other ( t
Alluding to the legation present, an address of congratulation the_tables about, whenever :.llinmsthe only differeaeebetwc.shears
nil rag-an pit-I mad reUrn, slave ship recently and contempt But as some, .required.r
in the PWni 1. .. .Jt..U nay Caa that the and
nn-n T tn -- neattinn hAM was language
It makes ; tore,) on the Island the writgr elagneaoe'ofeach
( my been says : many "of.whom we wet, who' occupy ovoreoBM w tike a.....'.cloud :
Then there'his letten. -thoie FU barn She was found ashore nearNuevitasby the President returned in English an appropriate ; respectable positions in society, ire being Without cur special wafer** will be governed by the natural abil-

And trample OB the floor! the British war steamer Buzzard, with response. The members of the daily deceived, and threatened with ruin, Not long since.the' Rev;Mr.=,proposed ities of each. The speaker explained the
Bie OBoeat that my album grae 1, seven dead negroes on board. Marty, the diplomatic corps were then severally presented by lending themselves to the pernicious to ,a :distiogushed medium," to philosophy of the spiritual inflaeoee on ;
Of y tears thus blot it o'er,) fisherman, the impresario of our opera, to the President,and the interview influences of the supposed spiritual communications ask some questions of the communicating mediums. There was 'surrounding all
The learei together thin m put e, and now Captain of the Navy of the first terminated. We subjoin the translation we desire to approach the spirit,:menlatty,and desired to know if men an atmostphere of nervo vital] laid,
And ..'v behold it more! rank, will make, it is said, about $42,000 of the address, and also the reply vf the subject gravely not indeed for its own they would be answered. ,The reply"was which acted upon the brain. Hao had t \ e"

IH waltz and flirt with Eatiga G-_, by this importation. Hi craft took on President. sake, but on account of deluded victims. they would. He then, mentally,' propounded his phrenological developments, showing
(Though Toted oft a bore!) board 150 and odd, and he landed them At the conclusion of the diplomatic audience We have not had the opportunity of some, three questions,to each of which some faculties or passions sliouger} 'than f
In abort., IH ahow my heart w fret j, just close by the Captain of the Port's the President received the numerous to examine this "mystery of iniquity" the spirit returned an affirmative answer. others. When'the Spirits wish to operate .J, .
And .:gh for him BO more' office, at midnight, and he now can account vi'itcrs who, in pursuance of the arrangement which now "works," but we have seen The questions were these. upon the brain of a jiedrom, they seaVa i
If w. ihonld meet bw eye abaU Li ink to the Captain of the slaver for published in our columns of enough to convince us of two things in 1. Was the sword ia the band of the stream of magnetism on the :weaker organs i

My eeomfol gUoee before; 90 only, and demands ten doubloons per yesterday, availed themselves of the opportunity reference to it. First, we think the angel, who stood before 'Baalam, in the and brought about an equilibrium. :,of
Oed that bit knock! here John I think negro for having landed that number. to pay him their respects. agency is undoubtedly supernatural; and way, the same that was worn by General the brain. And the Spirit. 'was I food ,
IH*ee bim jHJt-once more! Luna, the Captain of the Port is in a i The translation of the_ address delivered___. __ __ second, it is as necessarily diabolical. For Scott in Mexico ? Answer-Yet. enough to divulge the whole mystery of .
I great rage, that they should be landed so by Mr. Bodisco is as follows: these positions which, after much reflection 2. Was the ass on which ,the Prophetsat Heaven, by revealing that there is no fu '

Late Foreign Items. near his place without getting any of the [Tra natation.] I on the subject, we assume, we will on that occasion, the same one that ture Heaven after death- iUmust be'had
spoils, while the Portuguese Captain is MB. PRESIDENT : 1'h" United States, give our reasons, which, when stated, General Santa Anna rode, when he escaped here-and he had advised the audience to .
There is an usual commotion :'In Hungary almost gone mad with his I loss. The rest in the exercise of their right to elect eve must of course go for what they are from Buena Vista? Answer.- set about making a Heaven for toem- I
and many arrests have bo in made. were landed on the coast. ry fourth year the chief of the executive worth. The various undignified pheno- Yet. selves-that tf there is Heaven hereaf

More arrests have been made a t Milan. The President's address has not been power, have made choice of you, Mr. Pre mena through which these communications 3. Was the staff on ...hich.TacobJeaned ter, and if we go there,with our 'present'

All the church bells are mute ant I guarded received; it is said that it will not be allowed sident, to occupy this high and important are made, we look upon as totally when he worshiped, the same that served organized brains,' it would be a 2&BL-
There will be
10 that they may not be toucher to come through the post office.- i position.It unexplainable, by any principle or law of under General Scott in the Mexican war? no supernatural Heaven.
The Austrian Lloyd says this t in consequence Neither the Tribune nor any paper giving is in the name of the ministers and science,now known. And yet, that there Answer-Yet. the Millennium will not come until the
of the unsettled state of affairsRussia news are allowed to be circulated; theyare the! heads of legations, here present, thatI : is a power which demonstrates in these Can such things be of God? Most Spirits breathe it, and then it will only be .

is tiling great precautions to prevent all stopped in the post office. have the honor to offer to you, Mr. things, is as palpable to the senses! as any ridiculous and vain assumption. But, the brought brains.about We by the equflibrinmixing] of
an outbreak in Poland. The Diario dc la Habana (Creole) and President, our most cordial con ratula 'other thing. Animal electricity, has the question may be asked, don not this suppose now the true
The Constitutional states that the mission the Diario de la Marina (Government or tions. We express, at the same bmeour, been supposed the agent by some, but I very thing prove that there is nothing superhuman answer of a 'Spirit'lo the question, 'How
shall I be saved r
sent by Russia. to Constantinople to Catalan organ) having been engaged in a conviction at this highly flattering testi- such a conclusion seems to us to be quite about it at all ? We answer, be,Equalize the
demand 9,000,000 rubles du a Russia for discussion of the policy of introducing the moray of the confidence of the American out of the question; for that tables move I certainly not, but exactly the contrary. character of the brain and the bumps on

her intervention in 1840, and to insist Chinese Coolies, and the former gettingthe people will induce you, Mr. President, to and many other staange things take place II The devil, though exceedingly subtle and the The cranium.medium. ? ,
upon a settlement of the hIlly sepulchre better of the argument, the Govern concentrate all your efforts to secure the under this influence, and connected: with swift, is neither nb:quons nor omnicient; the has become enfeebled by
ment has ordered it progress of the incontestable prosperity of circumstances hence he is inferior severe exertion of repeated lectures
wire to discontinue the discussion which set at defiince all compelled to employ ,
The Mont Jtegro war: is ended. though the latter continues its tbe whole Union. This prosperity is due the laws of magnetism, as' being their spirits, in these transactions which reliable does and the spirits havetold him, that if he
The Hungarian conspiracy recently articles on the subject. in a great measure to the national energies producing cause, is too self-evident to be to err. Neither has he the powerto not stop and take rest he will'diaAfter -

discovered among the prisoners in Comorn What a state of things says the writer, ; but it must be mainly attributed to denied. This fact we freely admit, for it read the, thoughts of men; this God the speaker had thrown; off the 1
had ramifications at Pesth. The plan to exist in a country but a at from the free and most essential elements of the expansionof be it expressly understood do not in aU mental questions, the audience. Be acquiesced in
was to set Lie to the fortress, and in the indepcndant United we being necessarily from .
confusion the provost was to liberate the States If you do not believe me, come the productive capacities of all coun- the most distant sense agree that the guess-work, these singular mistakes occur. he proposition would his urgent enda,that t
prisoners, while the allies outside seized and try for yourself, how we are here situated. tries, and the maintenance of which con power is of God, or that its exercise is We regard these facts, as conclusive evidences in these borders tarry yet a little ,while longer .

the arsenal. 'The provost was hanged on A certain! Judge a good and h:)n- tributes so efficiently to spread and extend for good. Our negation, therefore, in that the whole thing is of the his breath is recovered., and speak again when :
the discovery of the plot. orable citizen of a Southern State, remarked the general welfare. this respect amounts to an assertion on Devil] and not of God. have The spirit, it
Unusual symptoms of fermentation that it was so difficult to make The diplomatic corps persuaded, Mr. the other side, which, that not being of 3. It is against reason, intelligence, Bible seems,and the entered the lists against the
were observable throughout Austria.- even tbe most enlightened in the United President, of your best dispositions towards God, and yet being supernatural, it mutt and common sense, to suppose it of God, Religion, whole scheme of Revealed "
the sovereigns and governmentswe be the Devil. This is conviction. its practices being totally inconsistant ,
arrests bad taken at States comprehend the actual manner in of our
Many phce Prague. The class of '
The statement of the German which this Government acts, that he have the honor to represent ; and I We believe the whole work to be of the with the known dignity of the divine start visitors persons who are. the cola.
papers have the advantage to assure you, Mr. Devil and of else There but character. What idea does its give of to hear such miserable sfr r
that Austria and Prussia insist would be glad to see Mr. Fillmore and his no one are
: on Eng are men and ._
land banishing refugees, on pain of doe Cabinat in the Island for a few months, President, in the name of my colleagues, two essential powers in the universe, theseare the majesty, might and glory of Jehovah guided women who of intelligence* mia- "',:,
that our respective governments sincerely to either him his people have fo owes'" t
each other and
ing their dominions against the English, engaged in some manner so as to come in antagonistic to are suppose messengers, j after .
is not true. The principal families in contact with the authorities. I desire the continuance of the good understanding known as good and evil. The one is of condescending to such low and vulgar everyiamortrsaaceridantal IS current nai'== that : =
now so happily existing.A God, and the other is of the Devil. All means of communication with the earth. ,'
Vienna have, however, agreed not to invite I mutual kind frank and The spiritual Circles w.b' ; ...
loyal tables ,
feeling DTMHP"
: actions: and influence in the world mnst Taming no or"T reh commenced + r.'
theiramilies their -r -rr & in
Englishmen or to knot of
homes. This M: in retaliation for England Bishop I Ires' Diosese. explanations, will always tend to fortifythe necessarily proceed from one of these, as in corners, and setting the chairs into agallopade have widened anxious until KKj..uiieiJ for tnlh ,"' ,
friendly intercourse we are called upon a first cause; therefore what is not of ,"-a kitchen mystery it is itentarenarson 1 _
and Ksuth.
Mazini boundlets ,'
sheltering The Advertiser Bisbop Ires' case presents some diffi to entertain with the American government God-good, must be of the Devil-evil. truly, and one just suited to the grovelingnature a sea of epticism and.InfidelWe ;1
Morning announces I ity.
culties we see, to the diocese over which ; and in this respect it is gratify- That "Spirit Bappings," with all their of its contriver and operater, Lu- i ;:
that Duchess of Sutherland
the place he was set, the way of dealing with thee ing for me to express, in the name of the attendant phenomana-such as "tipping cifer.How funy r -gee with Ae inteffigent'" : still. ;:
Stafford House at the disposal of Mrs. tor of the
matter not being clear. A sound cano- diplomatic corps, how much we appreciatethe tables," knocking about furniture, &c. far then/ may ,Christians and marks this! subject,who re ',
Stowe in and that th "Theon
to give receptions ; .
Earls of Carlisle &c. will nis!, (Mr. Evans, of )Id.,) has expressedan recent declaration of the President to &&e., are not of God,plainly appears; first church members tamper in safety, with the is, that the stonesin :
Shaftesbury *
her and address opinion upon the subject which, if cultivate peace and amity with all nations. in the fact, that all such communicationsfrom this thing ? We reply, just as far as ueet: don't mutiny and move also,
meet at Liverpool an 10
The President follows the world in to they might their bands in the fire and .presence of such awful "
with 40,000 women's signatures, will ar correct, by no mean suggests very readyor replied as : spirit are opposition put ,blasphemy., I II
rive the next easy mode of relieving the diocese of SIR : I receive with satisfaction the congratulations the teachings of the Bible, which is the not be burnt. It is said, "they that pla. J.oat
by steamship.The I North Carolina. Bishop Ives had aban which, in tbe name of the word of,God It is'distinctly shown in with pitch shall be defiled." They .. Harried at Podank, ea the 234 alt,tytto ROT. .
doned his post-has sent in a resignationwhich ministers and tbe beads of legations here the account given of the rich man and truckle with the devil, we shoal.. MT D.Aims, Yes B.Hc with Has jUa Han Blacks in tie Wes(Indies.In is not so conformed to the canon as present, yon do me the honor to express Lazarus,, that is not in accordance with must look out; else :the day 'nuiy come! ot&b&eitT. '
to be effectual.Either he is insane ore I on the oxasion of my entering on tbe the economy of divine grace, for the spir- when they will meet a warmer VeIcomeTand How rubles a J? *<& wtUtoot B BM. : ,_-

an article in the London Times, w he ha., in various ways, manifested amoral functions of President of the United I its of the departed dead, again to revisit in a hotter climate the: they ever U 0 And bttUr u a tea winter a EM witacot withaat Bay a B..*...1l.. ;' .t .,'
find the following passage relating to the obliquity inconsistent with his remaining States. the earth, as oral counsellors, or commu- bargained for. But read, the following, Or a eaadteatiek_ **n B....u.. .. ".'

result of emancipation in the English I a Bishop. It is not probablethat Gentlemen : Among the most delicate nicate with the living; ,or in any manner which we copy from tJ-.e "Cincinnati Dai Bat here,joined IB .M. the B* &and J2W, >.
West Indies. Tbe picture drawn is in he will tender another resignation to and responsible trusts thus imposed uponme (as claimed by the "mediums,") to rea- ly,Atlas' of the Ifl jth inst. How horrid An4 Win En*ragpd jo n>'7-. err '.'
deed a distressing one, but its correctness I the canonical authority, and if be does by the choice of.my country I recog- veal their presence. Avery strong and is the blasphemy such things. 'Tindeathcbaniatlstlioanotba.ash peon a Mper ia ton worid. Wow. }

is confirmed by accounts from various of what value is the act of a madman ?- nise the conduct of its relations with oth- important reason was urged in the above '' r0FljjNET; Tan: jrOCTH -CGorlasat J1r.M.

quarters: In the meantime the diocese practicallyhas er powers. case, why some" one should be sent, but Izzcz: ,.oY SPIRITS, COMMUJUCATISO A III !

0ur legislation has been dictated by no bishop, and no ecclesiastical authority I In the discharge of this duty, shall! of the answer wan, "They have Moses ,and IW: rfruaiox.: -We stated on Monday T Jejrafldifl! Philadelphia.l .L ': x
the presumed necessities of the African it is full and the Prophets let them hear them." "If "Vat hafl heard the
; yet technically, no course look, in the first instance, to what we Finney, Spiritualist "
slave.: After the emancipation act, a election can take place. What is to be the interests and honor of the United they bear not Moses .and .the Prophets, in his Sunday, night.Address, ridicule :l An intelligent correspondent has fornished -
large charge was assessed upon the colonyin done? Tho obvious answer is, degrade States may require, which necessarily 1 in- neither_will they be I persuaded, though'' Christianity and sport:and mock at us with the rollowiDg.hieh.I no '1 f'h
aid of civil} ,and religious institutions Bishop Ive But how and by what process elude a strict observance of national- one rose from the dead.."Lute xrjt, 30 the'atonement of our Savior., The sentiments doubt'authentic : -, F.Daring ,
for the benefit .f the enfranchised negro, 7 Another writer supposes that there gagements, respect for the rights of other 31. thus uttered, we have since learned the latter part of the last eea .
aDd it wu hoped that these colored subjects is nothing to be done, but that the Diocesan governments, and a faithful adherence to We have no knowledge tlu; God has are participated in by a large number of tury,' the'exOed Monsieur Talleyrand roc # "
of the British Crown would soon beassimilated Convention of North Carolina those sacred principles of justice'which ever changed his plan 'of communication his Spiritualist followers in our city. sided in a small attic room of, a house in -'
to their fellow
all Information. which reaches us, no Bishops should be called and Bishop I cordially reciprocate, therefore, the first, has been as it is.ncrr,. through his the course was delivered by_tbe same ond streets,'in Philadelphia. He n.to :, f ''-cry
leal than from the visible probabilities of Ives degraded, unless the plea of lunacy expressions of national amity which you word! ,either,written, or.'prophetically .delivered speaker, Greenwood Hall-Subject, The his furniture conarsthig of one : i

the case we are constrained to believe is set up. Thin is very plain, but perhaps address to me, and request yon to communicate : by inspiration Of the Holy Ghost Philosophy Inspiration." The speaker chair and a straw cot. bed depending for, '
that these hopes have been falsified The may not be a very proper mode, of to your respective'governments Nor have we the \east intimation, that; is but recently from the active .employment means on some of the'French residents. '
negro has not Acquired, with his freedom, proceeding. It is very well known that my warmest desire to maintain with each any other raedVam was ever to be looked of the carpenter's life, having but Opposite Christ Church,in Second street, i F
any babitiof industry or morality. His Bishop Ives is not in his right mind. It our existing relations of peace and friend for by us, Lan his own 'blessed<< !tpirit. ; some few months since laid the jack plane was a small dry-good, store kept by T.P.'?,

independence is little better than that oran ; is known, _too, or at least. believed by ,all ship. which /..rt8 to bear "witness .witix our on the bench to run the saw" upon the C., BOW r a 'wealthy retired merchant,"', a
uueapt red brute. Haring accepted the persons who will be called to act upon 1 beg yon, also, to accept the assuranceof apsnt ," not through a third person ort deluded lollowera'wh nightly hang so where Talleyrand and 1 a French,General/: .
few of the restraints of civilizatian, be is his casein the event of the adoption of my personal respect and esteem.tSF j rspping" of (ornitnreJtot directly earnestly the eloquence of his so his 'companion in exile,'frequently stopped -" < "

amenable to few of Its' 'necessities ; and such proceeding.. Now the first questionis [U".cm,16lA vlt. Visited upon the. heart, "that we are -ctuf- styled,"inspired".lips.- en their accustomed walk down town -.' ,
the wants of bis_nature so easily satisfied, I how can men conscientiously: present,' .. dren'of God." That very: spirit of the The Speaker, in the langvage of, the to Wm. Young's bookstore, si'the corner'' : ;

that. ;at the current rate of wages, be is try, or degrade an inaane man 1 The The wife of the Hungari n,who Most High, seems also to warn the church Spiritualists,is:"jazeaaed'xhat! to say- of Second and Chesnnt streets ,_One cold 1 'r
call*!'npon'for nothing but fitful and :desultory next is,. what effect would such aprooeed- recently attempted the life of the Emperor and the world;'against these4elnsiont of He tits awhile in revery; when be arises morning in December, T.n d..Js ,

: eiertioo. The blacks, therefore, have aa regards! our relation, in this par of Austria was'floggad d death$*.Pesth the Devil "Now' theSpirit 'speaketb, and deliveres. his address, jn :animated.. to Mr.:C.'s store and,ofered his.wstehiaf':* .
instead of becoming Intelligent husbandmen titular,. with Borne? Would not she I3YyaG. that in the latter times, some shall depart sometimes eloquent strains, bin ;eye all pledge for a, small..sumated tmooer, as.107:t Ins
,'have; become vagrant*,and squatters, allege that this min is_ insane, and three years ago. The husband had determined from the faith, giving heed to tcduo the:time banjj dosedhu. statement being starving'and.-' .. Jbeaaa*7';* '

and it'v now apprehended,'that with the yon treat him as sane, yon- present .on revenge at &D-'haUid"ua lag spirits and doc*rues -devils speaking tiat he is in.*. etiestatebioaght e 1,was ivea him, and ha was preferred >&j / :
failoe of'Cultivation. in the island, will 'mu sane,' try biro as sane, punish him' bad waited for along tine'to find the EmPeror lies in hypocrisy5.",=12tst: tV,.;1, JL on,by the influence of Spirits, who impress Benjaminrernai: ...,-''a'1rIlU lined'+ :t 9

com the failure of its 'resources for in- as sane-what an inconsistency? This unattended.. .Yf enbe.l was taken to And again,' "There, .,shall) arise-;false him.what to.. 1.f nearly opposite,:to dispose- of hiswateh:+yd i
stnictiDg or o trolling Xu 'popul on-: inconsistency exists, and inheres in everypossible 1 cried Christs, and false prophets,an shall show i .. The theory announced< last night was, So reduced was the.man to whoa:yeszs:
be "Vire'Koaath.
prison. insomuch that there is silo great positive mind that after sPriiueMpiieerofNs ., .
So imminent does this consummation" appear resUJ&.of.ejpossible proceeding $r eafsigns and Venders; W&6 i ; fin* ;
that memorials have been signed by against Bishop Ive; except the plea )f| iflr The Daily'Times of',the:7th' nit: if it were possible they shall deceive'the fills all matter: :cad all space; which is the Consul of France: kjagsjajdhOBSfsi',,;', :

classes of colonial society J hitherto' atands& lunacy be made and sustained. In that states!.Chat;there are inOineinaatihown;, y'.e1eeL"',?BuJ;'contttueftjtae" Divine only 1 God, and that' all space i* inspired; 's, .:. .[EagtdrKOtaCt" /,
aloof.from polities, and notcaly l ,the event bow is the diocese ;.relieved?; She to the editors, fifty-nine organized circles CounieHor, "Belkre,'thins :not," -Matt as God ia divine, and pervades all>matte i' i.. r".::':'

bench and the bar:but the.buhopt clergy.aniTinlnisCers is still saddled with an Iaune.Bi.6op.. pf spirit'. rapper, and probably ju:many aa- zr.'.'t. so hail matter.divinely> inspired. >-Victoria's. ie Maaa bD'aId.it 1 in a'recee*l It at mi c'ioa

of aIdenomiaatioDi; to the : Should there not bs'sonias'proyWon'forthe more not known. They iave the,names Whatever these Seriptares,(with many The spirit that iras moviogtMs' man'ssj&dwagpag&is : -' mijfct:ysfiipa It .
recorded iD and othea of like,character,)111'en'' originally lip : ts '- 8e1Mi in- b* worth white .!! cpgTnrea4..wJb 4ii; 6Ti
iaJa II, withouteieeption, tare case lniaDa.Biahopa? ;What ha* of three hundred and mediums. ;, { : : 4
thetfooovirtioB th atia'sbienoeof 'timelythe ; once occurred 'again.' What they think there is in the city a much intended to re&riOj st., oy.glaaee.atthe ; formed the audience, ia great condesees* r what paicujsa ataao i.
mayoccur : .of .these star thai tile Bible was a humbug' and a gapes and salC stssar* *
relu ionsandedaatisnsl xnst anon of Indeed if do DDt'Pet1y effect and eonieq eaces- sew ,
relkfj should that provision be? A," larger number. :they : iewinnoueh' .w .
tutionj of the island must be, abaodoned, 1850'provides for the election1 of 'a. Pit}: err in their estimates,,the number, Spirit BapphjgaMwfllprov4 4b.esu. leaidt gati oeesaTBa-fittsd :jet half-b r-, -
.' ,TheTearaed some of States r '
and Ih'e of retrorarbariaau f of teertara' deceived this miserable delusion:ia ve t least, aUtoiaye_com? topMSjin.ctheseItisnot -# ; & spirit joor ; earns to 1I i''
: manea th4 ncfmla; oa, vicional"Bishop'in: the ease": by; ? reat" Br .19a6
'' saidUhat jujpernaiural r iaspiration.;thttld i: .its
:3e>: : >> .J!, : Suspensions' _The 'aciple'migh4.aisil. .1 ; '
j. ; insane !large. ; "| 2d. ofe cua,1 beaaisef be be too'ais TTaYMoaes,it said, was inspired be sunk in our freeb-water lakes, sad nqat

_The in the MainrLignorLstrbi4beeadefected Wisconsin Legislature.: Bishop.be accommodated: It might to be the necessary case of;an to add Election for town officers on Monday. many'mistakes, (and some of them ludi- to announce the ,law of "eye for all obstruct navigates -

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I 1"1 The President u1 the Press. ..: 'Ci''IJ'I l.'c'' ,I--. ii : 1 lF1i'in European l Intelligence. 7'
Whig Judge
ill t. ; i- 7> Y.Abotit8i'o'clocllr Y. DETAILS STTOE
: F i $ J' ii ," d 'night a fire ATLANTIC.

It i Is not easy to understand tbe attitude TneTlVasaingtonjalaa, 'Pa Lshla g writes in oat in.a house situated on Jefferson ,The AUantie's mails, arrived ia

which the whig press has assumed in regaul the of John A. ,Campbell, ,Fisk. Tho tiU. ,
se4c appointment ,, V manner and occupied.b1.S."II* I city on Saturday, .We lad hoRa iza
to the Pre-idea announcement of >rn n + Z Esq.,.to,the.vacancy on the B a;h his policy. A great majority of the whig the corner of Jefferson and.Broachton ,' ditioi to that contained ikour .
Court to that gentkmanthe
"prints under'the lead of too Republic, Supreme pays .The .te..pio.firnll
:owned br Capt John, Dillon.- slrOJ1 obhebed .
openly acknowledge that they can find no following high.and.Y'C lf dpssttcd tri our flames had eJ.ten considerably, : P .t e./the

fault in the Inaugural. A:small l .minority .L bute. The special; ground fearcowmendation reply to : d done much injury to the rea T. of the In OWIDg England the Postm stet- Gteenl.

of the whig press.on.the other hand, selected Vy the Union*, -says the clearest ilding'before the engines could bring bad stated. in answerto a denntatkn that

_b ve attempted to C.'eusore.it and the pe- Charleston JL'ercwry is. a,. ,gratifying a fam ; lander is that their objections not [t'
ot their 'lUp
culiarity case ,
teal it acaieat tb&the soon poured in on all ads sowing II the ColonJ uentl could be obtaiMd'
proof not:
flatly.contradict,and ,refute each JACKSONVILLE) : vas from Mr. + obtained "the ,
\the headway-already ; saoT
other. Thus the National In'e'ligcncer! .PresidcnVa choice fo* that bigk V station, its of the hVnecemryarrangeniTntiliiair> it
I time
block ,WM, in a short com- is luteode*to ndawrfthepo5We let-
readers know at first''startled"' !!(aiutciaY April '9t umisl853.BEMOTAI. by of
was :
as our ; settled ujjon man eminentlJdistinguished, ; etell enveloped in flames and oartially ten toercrr pari.of the ,British dominions
at the President's policy,'and denounced for the steadfastness of his. devotion to in .. abroad
to :the :uwfarnv, of .
filhbusUri It held OF THE ItDIAXS. i rate sixpence
it as inclining to State ; and The The occupies by*Jhe fa-! half
this tone for about ,ten days and thin Rights a strict construction.. quence a buildings WCM per ounce The present aver.
The Tallahassee Floridian publishes respectively viz : .en Jef price of Gokmial- '
persons age letters 'is
lead the inaugural over once more, and Union ny&t wise: about
the'debate in U. S. Senate on' the'motion n street, by A. F. MirsBakeiv.what fourteen pence.
forthwith retracted its suspicions as tin TheTtxaacy op. the bench ef the Supremp tween
founded and unjust pronouncing the Pres made by Senator Mallory to authorize the Court, created ,by the death of : On a of bra property, supposed to be The-statement that the mob at" Vienna
from the flames much injured attacked
be conceived in the .has been filled tbe Ju was tbe British Embassy and insulted .
I iden language to Prcsjdcnt to employ the volunteers of this Judges McKinly, by policy:
the water. Lord
;rit of himself." 'MR John A. Campbell, the moving by Westmoreland, the ,Minister, is
l Washington appointment
Stale in the removal of the Indians Mr. whose house
Mr. Fisk Shoo store in contradicted
at the
Meantime another portion of tbe whig of 'AKbama. The administration could tin nor ; ; same ;time there are
Mallory's motion was lost by a voU-of 19 fire is supposed to have originate, is, no grounds for believing that Anti-
pres.finds in the Inaugural reason to suspect not have made a more fortunate selection. quent, an
that tbe President, instead of going yeas to 24 noes. We will publish tbe de- Neither in respect to tbe personal fitnessnor tory has are informed, partially insured. His Engiub demonstration ot tactile kind

too far to maintain tbe rights and intern bate in full in our next, when the reader residence of Mr. Campbell, is bis appointment fore been were entire r destroyed. The fam would bare taken-place had it not, been

|, cats of this country as against foreign "will not fail to perceive that the general ; obnoxions to any ,objection.He .- original ; wen absent at the time of tbo occur prevented by the police.
It powers, may .not go far enough TheBoston is a lawyer and civilian "of'eminent the great Ingersoll was invited t the Rnseoeoel.'bration
drift. [ the
the Senate wasthat
o opinion .
II Atlas thus gives utterance to its position, and of atta.inment'-/.III com be fJ' The next building was occupied b,3Ir. at Liverpool, but was' unable
apprehensions that administration will Florida has the right to remove the Indiana raensurato with his V reputatioaj repata & Rielly, as a Dry Goods and produce t attend.

r be too lukewarm in ita maintenance of and that the General Governmentwill tion not confined to the limit*' "his own an The stock was entirely consumed" Grt.milital.; ,precautions are being

American rights on this continent:. be bound to pay the expense." State,but recognised and ,established, ;in ,bearings insuranceJ. and thrpOQ\Bnr

t t "Have the brave words of the Ina gu- In an cditor&l article, the Floridian the forum over which.be baa been enDed elusions : II. &T. Bishop t'nrers, who! occu- generally,andieveirl I2I -
lM rat any meaning in them.? Or were they to preside. In important cause before that the the building on the corner, were en- been mad .

empty, unmeaning words Time will "says.: the Supreme Court, known te- the country .'dose or to save the whole, or nearly the Letters from'Berne of the 27th_ ult,.
"We>now not at yet what h the intention ef of their as also N. Mc- state that the Swim
demonstrate whether the new administration the Department it Washintfon A few days will as the Gaines case, ME. Caiapbellwonnmvereat of fi property, FederalCouncil. has
r .. will be as ready with deeds as its party probably farnUh as with some eomioaoicatioa on applause for bill extraordinary non! dry goods dealer,and W.J. Hunt, determined to address ante t. all the
of whether the subject, M we learn that Senator Mallory and European Powers showing the
has been prolific promises- display of learning legal acumen,and all lie man accusations -
the Monroe doctrine is to be as boldly!; oar view ConfTetsmap with the Secretary elect, Jrfr.ldu".II.of War. who had fympatbtoein an inter the higher and more ambitious qualitiesof With regard to tbe insurances on the brought against it by Austria,

maintained; as we are promised,or whether our condition, and intimated hii intention to the profession. His arguments in the upo tbe ent stocks we cannot speak with muck are onfoode This memonl is not with,
and hnmil submit hit views at an early day. Should nothing ,,a*it was farad impossible to the
it is to end in an ignominious be done we think we can ammre the people of the case were masterpieces o! I legal logicnot -- upon the demanding ittio but
iating; surrender, as was the sequel of the Plate that when Governor Broome enter upon a diffuse shallow, or rhetorical,, but must particulars.at that late hour. merely to explain the tree ltl ..
notorious 54 40 bluster of 1844." dmcharge of the duties of bit offlce In October the deep solid; and compact. They extortedthe 'of public We regret to state that Cjpt. Dillon The council has further dede'tht a
act of ear lad Generat which Governor
" This objection comes with a bad grace Brown takes it upon himself Anembly in a moat nnaa'hor-! highest praise from the bar and tbe mains ia ; i no insurance- on bill property. sum o 10,000 francs b ar
1 from one of the leading supporters of an lied and unparalleled manner to nullify, frill N bench of justice. But it is not merely i [Gtmyian, s2 /.art to Trine expelled Lombardywhile
> administration and which has long d nfore L Ai Mr.Mallory justly observe "the .f the of the "Austrian
a party Idea endvnag these Indiana that d' in all the acoomp1i hmC t8 ot the profound SANTA
professed the policy of abandoning the tnct of country.themoct fertile upon and tropical large region* jurist that.Mr. Cambell is fluted for&ea brig ) The Capitol Frauds. Governor the prole*& D in.-
Monroe doctrine in tbe interest of European in the State, and one ef the moet interesting of the ,. in the supreme bench; for another and Collection of money: fitg. same,
It is moreover, whole South ocenpyingoae rerenth of Florida i. fur rived at The Louisville Journal speaks of the object arc proceeding spiritedly .
,t aggression. strange totally oat of the question It II due to.enell that higher and more important function; throughout <
.r that while one leading whig organ condemns she should remove then" the construction of the constitutionMr. days alleged to baTe been perpe- Switzerland.

the President's language as bctokening In connection with this subject,we givean .. Campbell possesses every qualifies leaving by persons engaged on the Capitol Mazziai ha published two tet which

- a violent and aggressive spirit, another extract from a letter of Gov. Brown to tion. He understands thoroughly the steainc- as "about the only case of real have produce disunion in

in the same breath, denounces it as nature of our system of government ands board supposed fraud tbe whigs have com campso reported at least c :TbeOpinionc .
, giving no sufficient indication of a firm Capt. N. N Branch, of Hernando county, ; imbued with the true spirit of.the federal ," This fr decidedly coot It is of Turin, of,the 1st, ine.

, spirit and as likely to result in a surrender which the Captain has sent us for publication -: constitution. lie learnt his lessons of mast. remarkable an exhibition of brazen ef says that the decree confiscation *

t of tbe policy which it avows. if we "see proper." We see no constitutional I law in the SUtc-rightlsehool g& as we have, ever m with. in our noble/ jropcrty has been i-wcd, bt will,

1 The answer mall this is obvious. The necessity for its publication in full, beingas of Jefferson and Madison, nor will be so or uperi!nrt". Since the whip not be immediately carried t -, onaccount >

,I truth lies between these two extremes. it is.i of far forget the authority of his masters a8 Capt. into power in 1849, nearly every of tbe serious itertionl diffi-
., The charge that the President has said more a fault-finding epistle than to lend the sanction of his name to the arrested of their officers, from cabinet advi culties which it .e ris. The

too much, prov clearly that he has not any thing else, of the last Legislature in support of the consolidating dogmas of mutiny. to petty postmasters, has furnished Milan Gazette, of the 1st.,, actually

.said too little. Tbe eharg that he has general, and Democratic members in federalism. As a statesman and a jurist, the U. S. of corruption. The whig dy contains the decree, together with a notification

said too little proves that he. .Dot said particular. The extract below speaks for his elevation to tbe supreme bench is justly ta be ly had not been in office sixty days, i, from Radctsk jv date'fr Verona

. too much. The fart ie, tbathil policy as ituslf.! What a, pity that Qctobcr is sofa an occasion of congratulation to the gold-mining adventurers were sent announcing; ai IV>,.II:SU, h\theo\
J. announced thus far,.is as well guarded as ft',!* country. to CoIHforni.at the pubJieespcnse. Twelve payable to the rfegew most, now b

it is patriotic, as statesmanlike as it il. .. .e. < m ted had not elapsed nhcn a cabinet paid to the T
firm and courageous. The mutual con I shall however not commits tile Brigadier the detected.of military commission tntrd'to .
be on treasury was app
General elected by the General A eembly. as they SANTA ANNA'S FEELINGS TOWARDS :
tradictions of tbe President's > bare add word isle it wi.1 have its tbe
opp under the Constitution no such power. Nor magnitude to a new to headquarters.
I Dents attest this, while the sober and well will I order the two regiments to be n.d: to serve us.-A correspondent of the Courier des ferred language, and furnish a new name foe Boromeo Palace.

; considered tone of his declarations gives yon in Miry very.fI'ZI.well which know."woa'd be entirely useless,.as Etats Unas who writes from New Granada TUx process of plundering the public ex The two 4 oerican frigates,Combcrlandj

the amples guarantee that they will be as JJI where tbe er-Dictator has resided Although the offices were filled and St. Lotos,.had received on board the

firmly maintained.as.thry have been. prudently HIE FAHI.-We learn that the fair of since expulsion from his own country, Uelcj whig, and the records or the govern more "viole tnf tbe refugees, to whom

put forth.-Wath.. Unien. the ladies of tbe Presbyterian denomination .. remarks upon this point as follows:- Truxillo, were in their custody a large num Englrad re&ised bosP italii.-Gh. Cmr. ,.
Ift that the of frauds have been fully established
\ Laying the Corner Stone of a Chapel.) on.Wednesday evening.last was wen "Although he was beaten by us (the the ) uuj istifi&ble expenditures and un; I
attended,and that-most of the articlesw.cre Library Assoculioo,
) before serving as a pedestal by r1 payments from the public funds

t f Ob Tuesday last, the 22d inst., tbe cor Bold. Quiet a sung sum has, by this his defrays fur the glory of tbe American protest filled a long list.of supposed frauds, It has been more thinonee.. sn ,estcdt
; ner atone was laid of a Chapel to be erec- means, been raised much The cxamin Kion.of will .
to the of an particulars
praise general, he entertains no unpleasant feel < in private cenversati)r.*. among citizens
ted the of number of Cubans in !
at cost a in )
: Havana, for the purpose of depositing tbe the ladies, who always succeed in such ing toward prance, to whnm.be may. as- lowed to 1F'Y &'11 probability established, add to the number al-' ttbis lace,.t .tt one ofiu material wants.

t t 1 mortal remains of their muck loved prc matters, for the erection of theit house of moo oven.the loT a Jh,". Hti icKofe real.actually-Union and'prove&to fs a public library. Within tbe last two

t ceptor, the Very Rev. Father Felix Var worship. hatred it aoncefraleJ vfx/n the Untied NEW I years there has been a vast increase in* I
eta D.D. late Vicar General of the Arch I tbe number of young men, mechanics and
I "
State This information writer obtained
Gotten Burned Sea-
light at
other taking their ajwde ;ia 1
bisbonritk; of New. York., tQJ-The steamer Flvrlda Capt. C. up our town,
A large number. of citizens assembled left during a visit of. two days, at Santa ing says: PaOB.VBLE LOSS OF FIFTEEN LIVES. who cannot otherwise than feel the want*
Willey, her wharf at Jacksonville I
Anna's bouse. The of a usefulKwd morally advantageous placeof
: at the Ir man Catholic Church about ten own
Friday, 25th ult. at 3 o'clock and BOSTOV, March 20.-The British ship
; A. M., and having formed a procession a. m, II till; resort, as also of the source of mental
arrived from Calcutta
I' arrived at Charlerten on the LIe effect yesterday instruction which a public library would
proceeded to tbe Catholic Cemetery. In teA letter from San Antonio, to the ht as part of the l-rewof
the order of procession were the Very morning. Capt. Coxetfcr being unable talists afford. A short time be.Va the decease
Cotton Plant states that bill has Golden which
a passed business clipper ship Light, of the late Dr. BYRNE he expressed him
Her. Edmond Aubrel Curate and Vicar from
indisposition to bring the Caroline tbe 12th of from Bos
the Texas Legislature which grants to the cession on February self favorably us of such a project,and
General of the Roman Catholic Church of
to this for San Francisco. On the of
place, Capt. Willey took commandof night have : .
of London doubt cont'enitame
this city Rev.J. F. Q'NeUSenr.Pastor; Borings the right of way the we no at a
her on Saturday afternoon, and broughther the 22d of February she was struck by would b ve urged it through his. p3per..
from Houston
the Passo
of that of Savannah.;. & ..Stephen Sher- Texas"to- El and all bands were driven to
idan, of the Dioceses of New York; Don here to- hep time on, Sunday, The They ask for noland nothing bat: ing back boats-numbering, passengers and, lie ejso seemed favorable to some arrangement
Jose 31. CasaJ the Representative of the Carolina returned'Monday afternoon the date by whisk a portion 01.the large
burnt tbe
the right of way. Their agent; Mr :, 35. Tbe ship was to building lately erected by him could be
and Board of Wardens of the and '
Cubans the
i on Wednesday Capt. Willey brought edge. Three boats out of five '
Cbatsworth has the faith ot
pledged: adapted to the of library. Could-
Roman Catholic CLnrch of this city, CODrliating purpose
of John 31. fontane, President, i tho Florida to her wharf by 12 o'clock, the Darin -*, and forty millions of dollarsto l> picked up by the Shad-the others not his,exetutorq still provide for such an
I m. If any steamboat commander can tional parted company separately. appropriation of one ot* tke rooms?, The,,
Lawrence the
Manuel de Medics Secretary, carry out nutter at once. They are known to have been saved
Andreu, Treasurer, MateO Solana and .beat that, we should like to see him do it intend earrjjng the road to the Pacific, "We The names ot"the passengers saved are nsifeg: generation of yon men in urtown,8&ou'.1
) take the work in hand;. For
of the the
John Pacetty. On tbe arrival procession I Ford of Yarmouth Maine Mrs.
and it understood the Mexican Government ; the
at the spot where tbe cv mony THE NUMBER,of sail vessels.entered'at those of Gardiner Maine Mr. and ,present we briefly m k0 the sugg.cstidn -.

was to take place, and Eulogy wa pronounced the Custom house of this District fux the are prepared to grant the right of conflict minings, do.;,! Dodge; of Sa The the many who arc engaged.in.thG--
stores mills and in all bnsi
or ,
OKeiIL Den over tbe territory. the moral
by the Rcr.J: F. way
I year 1852, was 226 ? 1\Ir. SirnoJOnds, of LjncoliK
ness pursuits ip ennui
Jose M. Casal, then delivered an Addressin i rebel our community,
The owned James
ship was by Rnfca
The number fur the first
'qnarterof 1553 worthily consummate it TJiis Mtonld be.
Spanish, after which it was read in Jfir Mr. Gideon Emory, formerly n The I ,,of Boston, and valued at $300,000, means.of .
05.Tbe one abating the streetdiorders
English by David D. Griswold, Esq. A was Baltimore, died at Georgetown, Randolph ctcraal M fully covered by insurance, most which
-too prevalent our community .
metal box containing a copy of the discourses steamers plying regularly between sion t in Boston.offices She
was registered
Ga the 25th nit. in the 57th and '
county*. on wbich-.cannot but tend to demoralise
delivered and the, of the .yaaa.rThe
minutes this and other ports, arc not. entered at 1.140 tons, and it was her first trip.- tbe
o@his Mr. sthvo witness them.
proceedings was then put in the corner the Custom house.APPOINTnzNT8.Paul. year, age. Emory was among. is bclievad that 15 persons perished. yecti"
tone, Ind aftcr.i it had been covered over, I .the few survivors of the gallant corps the most ( p. ZtcUn.bIzrcq.Addfoaalnes .

the ceremony'was concluded. During the Arnan, to be .which, under the command of Major State of THE EXECUTION OFTBC MVRDZRER? I
delivery. of Addresses, the most profound COL. CBAIO.-A letter from Gofc Mag- ) ; from.Mex
Heath the 12th .1814
Collector at Su Augustine; vice John 51. on September, ;gave geldsum
attention was given to tbe speakers 81,000 of Baltimore gives; the particulars ice, states bat twenty-three states havo
tbe the .
and the deep feeling.which Fended Hanson, removed. fi/st'ch.eclc.to advance of the British 'aod.f200 the execution-at San Diego,California, voted for'Santa Anna. General ,Aristaremains.onbisfkxm.

the assembly might have been observedin Joseph Lane, to be Collector cf Pcnsa- .troapa toward-Baltimore- with a the 31st of January, of the two' de. ;, Permission to" I leavethi .

tbe sobs and tears of tbe whtbnsevincod :. cola. dian who from the United States nay, roT, country,has been refused him. ;Tbeluthorities

tbe estimation.hurhkb they John Randolph Clay, Eaq, re. time, [ Hayes sad private, Ji"hn- Condon, .of Vera Crux baTe: finally .recognized -*

held the Father Varela.. iinen/ City.. TUB JASPERT This steamer, on the gently appointed by President Pierce as -Was.1 the murder of- Lt. Col. Craig and Gen.Lombanffni.as provisionalpresident. -

11 Savannah line in place of theCWc/n, due Minister; ; to Peru, is a son of tbe late floe n,'Braes, in Not'Cmber'last while .. It i,.rjun/red,at Vera' Gnu;
'Je The.. Ericssons principle of. propulsion here on Wednesday, did not arrive till t. t8 arrest them.. The two t'dI I that in conttqueBC*of. some disagreement
over-dime. The 8t.J40at. Joseph 'lay, of Philadelphia, formerly *
is being three. knowleged their guilt and exhorted irjtb tbe pawidentSiggor IJdo ;dbee.
News has the fallowing account af another Thursday, 12 o'clock, in consequence of. one of the leaders of the Dcmpc .tio partyin teme [ comrades to beware of'their sad 1 placed under vrpjt. -

hot air engine: "We learn bv a een- tbe low tides in the inland pa-uge. that city, which he ai f nc time represented jonty of A large number of'India* chiefs : ':r

tleman direct.'tromNew York, that Norm DlED.A son.of Mr. Henry Lin- in Congress.j In.1830,when Gen. order a warriors witnessed. the*'execution- FRO HAjTVrSchooneivChanpion i ,
on.Cutter,Esq., and a machinist of..this instance oft Cot Mograderv that it brfnp accounts.ft Aux
Cayesvto March
ire now in teat city perfecting tbe scy, of this place aged 9 yearn, fell from Jackson appointed John Randolph, oi ''
nerKand, ht '6 a.an example-*hcs *elves of the ::1,, Ibe jclUw fever had. disappeared,.
plan of an engine to be driven by heated air, the wharf of Messrs. Holmes & Co., on Roanoke, Minister to Russia,'young Claywas The of mir laws. This Is the first coffee WM comcyng. .iu. and there, Rye a,

something after the Ericsson plant but Saturday last, while flying his kite, and chosen secretary legation, which, erra," the : cf a.military execution'by hang- demand C>r Europeaatvcssel5v: Accoanta

simpler in construction and betUr adapted was.drowned. The body has not yet. been- position; beheld' under )lr.Dlcb.nan and about *'ia tiow of. pence.wbiclt hasjiccnrred from the.''city of. St...Domingo- March 2<
steamboats and locomotives
in .
many respect the, to ,had been fouad;.th.pugh searched for daily. Mr Wilkins, and subsequently .he was census; : ) ogRaiti, y. On tile next .da, the re by brig Montague ,representa lhat ,thefyelLiw
; model' completedand and from *
himself Craig were brought .had ,disappcrei t there ;aso.DASTABDLTV .:
I the trial gave a great deal of Mtisfrc- ..The Methodists. of.tbi, country appointed charyt fti/iiihjt by ing ; dwcrtt where he ,was killed; ,and in-
lion. It .Mid the machinery will.occupy Gen. Jackson. '' "
has with the bon f. the ride
built "
J r war, by
churches.nearly/ at the rate of, Mqaon. Wednesday .
but half.the of tbe Ericsson,nd
space sod officrrs.wba. fell at San
a gallant
the cost of building.and running; w great one per wok. duringthe eightY80Ttn.yean Jam The,, report made i fa the New The al the''exitla night algal .12. o/cjock; WOUimC
cJ W.elchlelfl tilt 4oties Qf,'bw. otber aadadiptoceaded :
dal'leu .
We shall grpbably hear more of their existence adcpomui&tion. Brunlwic si.urert1ati.totbe! fisheries vision; it but ah
< qt ;
twenty oc tbirtyr-
about&it i in a few days &r$ CAROUSA. COPPER ,Onev.It
We learn from the AbingtoiVir i and'reciprocal trade.!It.bJhe United occupants ; the mine yards, when h: was, fired upon by porno.,
19*The commercial1 i intercourse of ginian; that tbe Order of States tak s..troBg ground in favor:;of tine of copper recently opened unknown person; theJbaJl l passing Ihrragb*.
Independent Odd Guilford countyN., C. becomes richer
this country with the Pacific is is'to ; his heart He
growing Fellows maintaining the proviociak: claim, to-t the f.rtbedt worked dowtt .,and that badstfngtbeaoagb.t :
rapidly It it said/that,there are twenty contemplate.establishing female / ; walk to ,the house, and.tU dead. Welch*.,
five to thirty vessel*;:ip.tba: ion of New 'collegiate Institute' at thai place.., It i it vheries- "" .I i ,the Ufforent tunnds.oc.k>pescnt it will be,: recollected is the young mak..
unity of, ; vein there.in ascertained tube:
York cp California hoar' i: esuobmcltg proposed :to erect a building upon the IS"'Cot. Henry 6 Lamarv Btbb, is eyed for, sufficient now to;brisg- .market who lulled| JoIm..Jiqr: r. December.lasi ,
r ore
a Urge. number of the most splendidly and_ .had been baiLngt of .
scab accommodate.from. jailthatere.g
to three- !
hundredto : recommended by
a than
built dipper ships. There aTe also'eight strongly correspondent more* ,miUwi/>'dollars It Wllbe; rBniem- : .

finaYesseksp&fi Australia,and all filling. five-hundred pupils.' e. ,p.r'.i& :federal,Unionfir: {) then: '.t crop :that JOO toa 4>fthe.ere..from. this -hcseptyay- at.; odder. -. e srxt i' or; ', :
'' : secuet l il i ,were,lately soft \ ",TSt... ,Y6rk,at;
JovernoTMif G'en
c.. at California-are satisfactory.rates. in Those valuable-loading for Fo &;A writer)in a Ciainnati. .papcr ga" .racki .> -perJon,. .: t !; ..18&w! 'but ia" Bane/'t writeraja.Ameriao.travelcr >

'", consisting chiefly taking,of flour, l lumber,.cargo p/ovi-,: estimate that unless ,pork; ,rales :above 4'P .;The.,b>ig 8. Mori'l is'Wain! D ? i .' Its : G8o 'i intends,' ::'.4-t' r eerrithe *
lions msdrinerypafcd'*TMiorJed;:goods. $16 6fra 517-per bbl'.in lCt. .York. 'city, ,on her passage"fron Philadelpbia I to>Perr.fcffar be erg ; f body:of the lelixsgglqeq, t 1, !t1

To Australia o F-arti lct''l8t''ol tl'fl two U> three pp.H.rl :be,.'I lost.on.. UDtb, ; boarded and robbed.of sunlryt.wtkles York ice1 ,kpVfw.Yor).city/tbf headquarter such; qJi.f .,a. sucj}, eatsettoa, ,One,.

I flourji'ttiaber' ,.lo&aeco; rice ; "spirit; .and i i'every hogpaekcd iotie Alissitsidpi ValUy by shoot from .a' iohoonsrr 'of 200,000-160,000 the'Att. ."y: aPthe.Uiuted.Stitc. t }looks.almost tt'o vjiyi, -for:tU respectable

distant urortai'1nercbaardise,1nitnble-market.*' ,:. ;.- that" thisscatJD.' ,;, ; ".; J. :, supposed(to bVa'gpnf' h. slaver. ,,njr.yearn. yearly sales of: Oystexainlhe j middle elasa. These arein.prison,In*x*'
-r r I '*r. :' .** ( : "- b"p gcd}in' of New,York+ ,is estimated; "a}, five, ile,or have perished on the SrnId'tir the *
J'L J: ,uJlieo7a;i t-4t.17.;--- The :;re- :. In New York, ,on the J25thiilLf : John Boston, Esq.:,'a merchant of Ice-C n of r dollars, and i the., number: of field of.battle- Cardinals.rfoVIn 'unrl- '

qeipt* C cotton an all Florida this season 800.bagsc ployed, directly, or"indirectly} railed state but tbe'street* are'filled. writ'& _

-' probably reach JS ,.bales:; to Bio, and llf cents. per pound for'J'tiia. intodCollec, r,of tist, p ort. ?astjear.. .t.to i; aboui,fiffy th9usand.K., -j ouietl. l\J4. -.j._ .:... ... ...ff .__
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,March 24.BzNATLT. ?' J ckto!vai.K-PeePces cirreut: .wtat WUy toe the Jlozid TBAO01NG TAX CXILLECTORS-SALK

Senate contHerecl the, q CHARLESTON-_ FLORIDA fly Tlrtao of tbo P- la ashy las

ktsolBfc"on' fJln"Wrlk; T; nthonang thee CHARLESTON MARKKTS-.Mar.26, E.tHk1, DUade.. 23' (5 V .1.; Ran Qose.to sal*bofff taa Coast Uaaat

ee oa Indian affalri to delegate r..q -t.o.c 05adra.et.Ifuthe .. V .0...,.' 'fa.'oil 22 lIS Cf 4 .18 I ____TT.- t-JLStwmm,&t &kefeil.wingJese4 AH igator,oa l h*Ins property M adjj of; May aa-ttacS. Ibis .1

f their number 'to ties three -sad lb. BEET NTW V
.one proceed, daring quilt.kawseu..s .2'oa V thereof u14t attd.Co atj taxes
: aa.UI"lk
of to ss4-.ea-lateIy" ? Ia" 00 cipLIN A AN R 'FLO Rl D A.TaroagJi .
the recess Congress, take testimony asaa, pbb'jo, r and lbs ar ccwy,XPBM, dse'laireon, ti
fa ,.ft* matter loW el reference to aaid !'s fI'Iote4. 1."1aar 6aa at thwhieh BACON, flanX6H tIbt .US tIP to"filaOta ta ata.3B Hoars. wit f0a efT-of 1404 Bear the \ThiteSarphai"priajrs

committee toaehingeertam frauds alledg- loweR jiolat.t ... ne 81..1 the 1IMk. !hOVUerLV, 11 Jbf l2j @ Ie oa th. ,Sa...-... ; ,to sad

beta committed riac ti.thw* hwKmi tptrited deahimt -V ea, V &ft.BRE I 'TEE CAiOlTJr wilt CHARLESTON assessed t*the estate of Joseph B. ReeJ, (,Ic-
ed to lure Alexander AD. Pilot & T
by -act. .naa to 8OI.a9OO k1et. .pota- XITT.. ,VTW 10 .Il 0ftI'y&twrIIqf-aa s P Ie Returning,win leave eeaftdJ) forth year IS52.ja8 -

1Rmyn&otbeniD talking pajment tiou Ki.ihf..b in 3Jt4 o.far raArior BUTTER QoaaeB, !tlL 37 I' PALATKA reryAfaWr T A.atT.troUT.\ UK.MICKLER, .''X A...a. k'. I
of moneys 10 certain bands of Sioux ftorida. good Fi.riJa 31 J 10 A.K,aad JACKSOSttLLK, ,T tUy. at 3 Tx aaafllOr.Collector V

Indiana. CANDLES, Sperm. ',11 4 e P.M. .AlH or.CfUuBUaCo.FU. JM, 3J-1U1 ANODYNE mm'i 'EXPEC.TSfiAHT
Rirs.-Prteoobv.aeg,4fr,5'- ... AdABUaliB I;bl THE nOHB wOI lean CHARLESTON ara- Is eoafiMentlj rrc .. >drd .b twa as tit. V
)!Hunter objected to the resolution I fW ZWArttv, 3 P. M. Eeturuinsr..wilt learo.PALATKA .
rrUE.tEVV 'f1 1bl ry at "iALE.BT an'.IIsn" knOwn n ii Is.-she
died tb balk of th.transact bowerer. have IS V TAX COLLECTORS "any prrf > becaoM be wu oppoeed to ('OFFE&CU1I' *rbl 31\i Jh'e'eek. A-u..EiACK. C.RtEL3PX..JACZSONV1LLLfr.imy,4edack. .
a single mem.ber lien within the "t1. care.c COCOIfe HOARSENESS aid ether
range 3-4 .aUI. 'V'cstsdlntneb7lV.
hundred. Virtue th Power
per of
of the committee exercising neb important ... Rio ,IJ 1b' tho float forw. of Cowl OBUH: DROXCH1TIS,
Th*supply ta rerjt beary U ,sad These Steamers eoe oH with an interior all tor tale before the Court
prcsaat expose
powers. Besides, he thought it 'demand at the asms ttm*is limited. A JaraDOMESTIC .fl IS States of Eat Florkia, and connects both ways at AIHgator,o* the first'&I portion GOODS. with the New York Steamships,Carolina lta.ilrqadl.Dd proptrt1IllIIeIl Early SUta,.and fur lhafiEUEf ef the '.-
Yoaji) be setting a dangsroni precedent. has Mea sold within the range of oaz quotations >airtiags.Sheetings 0 11Sd Ij j 12 the WOatiartoa Boats.Patsaga the (ttJJoWiDJdttlClibed the Sute.' Ceanty sexes tires e ensa_ advao/tO.8ujt. ataat..Fatal

Mr.Walker said that the committee rjx: MoMes wbieh wa offer u forming very correct 'yd 123 V 44 from tiurlMtoa ot Jacije*rffla, 8$, thereof andihe a* will pay' '! dee thereon, 00wit Disease. V _

cotld proceed co further in their inrentUgatioo criterion of the present state of th.market.PZstovTTber Drills '0yJ 123 15Qeaeberga frats PiooUta aa4 PaUttv ttO.J. ; 40 acres necessary 21 rate expenses Und, lying I. CoiaatUa It combfart s tdeadSeoaBer,e f'lli.
without the (47d 10 If Few fJlT1lur ".y, of long esteemed value, with athera of BOT
testimony alluded to to .W.CALDWELL.Chartesloa sitaatioa not known) belonging to V
aa ample supply OB sale-the rt n. (
and of the Mackerel Ib 4 6 BET.T.KCHASSE "AN.Jacksonrffle. nJ' I Barrow*,far the year reeraf discoTeif led beetles utlHtf aad
spoke importance of quieting demand hown_. is limited to small lots FLOUR asaeue4toLe a,
supply t\nl bbb I 50 L..J11CKLER l. th the skis gently,.
the Indians on the frontiers And be stated the city trade. The traaMetwas haro *ea confined BaltimoreGRAIN ;i"oJ II e 00 V Jt.B.UIDralaJb.. 2852.V .j,a.S Ta ,assessor,aaJ. OUeotor, audwithgrsi< mc..er.ror tb* car of Uii. t

in reply to a qaestku Mr. Seward almost UBaltimor font i cUss of dixcuirs.ncqlitlfsatstbro.,
by *xelaairey brands at*5i j 11'1 ooPete leb 5-tt AUiptWiCe1ambia Co,FU-,-JUn. 3d, 1853.
that the charge against GOT. Ramsey ii'i aid$ I per wwL i 00 iso -V V

that, through a third person disbursed Ba1w-sid. Shoulders continue to be re clt1n'O\fDtR HAY.HIDE. ')..1b. 1M$0 AND 08 INTERMEDIATE ETOBBPRISE.LANDINGS. .V COLLECTORS SALE. STABLER' .

money I in depreciated finds among the ry much aertected. About 10 hhdr. Sides were --*. Dry 'Ib1 8 9 Tbo steamer.SARAH 8PALD- B Virtu of tie Power %Vested mhy law,I DIAEKHE.aaplrMaai conm, ;

Indians and withheld moncT from certain sold oa the first day of the present week at' holders Deerskins ''t1 JbI 10 12 JIiiil .C.pL L & SrcxK. baring ball expose for rale_lUre th. Crort Iloas, Mixture' ,eos po .dcd ia igreemnt I
orcrhaaJeJ. will Mli.ca'etr.'e the first of May Ja.'i3
been at JJoo.tay
half-breeds. howerer. bar not Mea able to repeat the IRON allkfais 2clewtI I 8 no 800 i assuiu her ragnlar-too thoroBghly* botwaeav this, nloe and the rollo1r Jllf'tleteribrd propertyor so much with Slav' mW.*of Pharmacy, of ,them V.

Mess;.. Brodhead and Seward said they sal* sine LARD. liLI ( Eaterprise,tearins JaeksonTifti every Wednesday thereof a* wilt pay the Mate anIt'.uu'y taxes p.etieagriit* long know and celebrated forbir .

vere with \I E. 'Ib'.i 200 @ at* o elock.A.11.arririn j-at Palatka.same day, aai the d1tf'thereon; towjf p.enhsre.cy la Coring llIARRBCEE.iBI ,
iatimately acquainted Governor S.rrr.- Sugar market has been la state Bevraary expenses
a LUMBER.lltea.uwe.Jfm siwikraffVei (the laitaaction
800 it 1400 tearing Palatka every Thursday at 8j o.o'oct.A. *** e *" j J
Ramsey, who bore a good character for of complete stagnation throughout the week. The Ranging Timber '11m 800 1000 .II-tit eos..etionwiib tb.ta.cmenW4ieeton 80 acres of list 2J tale.Be>Puckey Creek it ALLAYS KAOKA sal ptoduor a healthy j

integrity, and they and others pressed the stock is heavy and there is no demand from the Sbtugl.-a 'f'm 400 ( 700 and Florida and arriving at Eaterprise Sam day for belonging ihe to 1822.anal assessed L t.I.III'L-K.JUCKLER A. Cooper, condition of the LIVER lla.oyfac 1. J
trade. MOLASSES 1'1' so returning so as to connect with the steamers year V :henus &thotante iliusthat ia. th
importance of cuts. .
promptly examining into WelakaandCarotiaa.for Savannah aad Charleston. .I'8 Faa a3e* tr and Collector. -;

the charges. CofThe market is quiet and prices bars OIL NAILS,; Ib 8 64 lot(reirhi or paxe, apply oa board or to Alligal,Colambia Co,Fl*. Ja. 3J, 163? disease. : J I ;
declining tndeDc,. The retail demand which has perm :4: I 25 1 50 BISBEE A CANOY A.Art's. Jaeksoarino.K. .
Pending the consideration 1
the lubject Linseed "i.tt1 1 12U 1 25 The vtktabT Mfdlcints above named haro
bare confined to Rio. has been B..DUXE3. Agent TAX COLLECTORS SALE.TIT .
the Senate went into an executive supplied at prices 'ORE. Men 'b n 00 j jaa 22 tf recently been iotroJuceJ. with the approval j
from 9a9 3-4c. Virtue of tbe Power.Vested in me bylaw
session and adjourned till to-morrow. ranging Prime, l' hItS 00 or a Bomber of the UOICAL Paornstox. ia
JD Ishall for ssjo l fore the CetUtIIOG.eat
March 28. ''ORTER, London 1'11"1, 3 50 New-York Packet Line,, Alligator.*the* first Steely of 11.1 Ib53 he rity Baltimore ant elsewhere and ia V r:

Outrageous Swindling.One ..ix/ow-Th.market continues very quiet thetranssct.oui RAISINS, Vns 200 ( 400 Ihe f olio wins:desert betl property.or M much mctkeha' ** soceeetied atoet admirably la \ n'
-ALT J.kl marine taedlstisea for which
iso they ar .
to-day bar np been limited to some *( AP. Amer thereof as Will p"y the "tatean, County taxes, cril eJ. offered the pre.. ,
yellow 't11b 10 64 wit > They are to Uoantry Vs ciitiiner
I and the urerss.ryespeasesthuetberson.to : 1'
of the most outrageous transaction- MO bales. Prices are depressed and the sales generally HOT. ofaU..iz'fI1b1 9 64 10 town lot situate-llo the Columbus, No 9, a*DveJicints which be cao l ia all resects :
that bare taken place under the late ad. show a decline of |ie. from the highest SEJAR- 2;;00 r.l 4000 belonging to antI assessed James Cooper, r d,peal apoo.aa prepared ia acreemrXtC : "

ministration is the swindling of the Indians poiDLSA AmerictB1PIR1T8. 111 in 10 00 i1 2000 THE NEW AND REGULAR LN UF far theyear 18 :. with the u espeiirncr eome of ..\laaraed !-.ii
'iIARKE'lUar. Brandy.Hollaal zi 4 00 64 Packets between New York.JacfcMmrille, se.IPalatka L.K. :I1CKLEE. anal juJieiws ray.icl.as,an-I strictly la coa- 1 t.
in )Minnasota by Governor Ramsey V AN : 26. Gin, ':! 1 50 64 1 :5 ,composed by the New and fast salliugJOEPIIORlrE. j.nS Tat assefc*'raB t iolleet 'otmity with the rale of Pharmacy tad a* I 4

and fcorde leeches under him, out of & IJanJt.-The actir inquiry noticed in oar Ruin l i1 iO @j lchooD.n. Alligator,(olumbi. Co, Fla.,Jan.3J, 1832. especially Mrsiat: hi. cooreaieaee, who ca 1

a very large sum of money intrusted to last for th disruption: of Cotron. has eootioaed Whisker 75 1)0 270 tons. A.Roctis, Com'r !ot ao readily as the City PhyrkiaB V bar aJ, ; ,

the pnrties by the government, to be paid !I daring tho present week sad although the stock SUGAR. Flori.lt fllb 8 i 10Lo.fndCruebed.,11b JER-EV OAK.UO: ions. J. 8. Rnocas, CuRl'r TajOLLECTORS SALE.B I I own prrteriptions compounded b/ a practicalPharniotrotist. ; "

over to certain tribes to comply with had Mea much redaced by the prerions large 13 16 will ply regularly between the pcrts.Agent Virtue of she Power Ve*ieJ in bf law. 1
ALLOW. "flbi 10 J2 ia New Tvrk. ( .Ie betore the Coort Seethe clCN'riptiye Pamphlet to tie bad t I"
stipulation The Cincinnati Enquirer sales.the transactions since: eeriest reach 910 bales. I shell expose or a
rOB \l' t:11 20 64 50 JOSEPH GRtCE Water- house at Allirttor the fir!t Monday rf iljyIfc53 &:r>tisof all who have the Medicine: ,fop sale.
says the sum is as high a< $295, The finer qualities hare still farther improved in TEA, !lrv>B lbl I Oil fc Agents In Jacksonville the folioInjt! A'etibeJ property or containing recommend Iou fnas Doctora

000 which! these dishonest officials have price*, while the infer'or grades are m i*h ne;l et. BlackTWINE 7i 64 UI"BEB & CANOVA much; thereof asahi pay ihStstean4Cooatyt Main HALTZCU. Arunoj, PATHS, BAKBT, i '

pocketed in thn instance. ted. The sa'es are u f ltows: 300 bales at 3Ox35 'il.1200 a Agent is I'aLaiks. tare,an
It seems that they robbed them in 270 at 3O U. 30 at 3 33030 and 310 at 32035 cents WINE, *U kinfl. I 4 00 B. DUKE. to wit, 140 acres 2.1 rite land near the tain Doct.S.1l..Mttza.sas'-ido sot hefitst i
a per pound.Rtef All good directed to th-ir CARE will bePRUlrTLY eralnpriopon the gi'aniie. belotginp and tft: tefotnmenil your Dimhxa C*>**u/aa At t ,
doable (tJnU. They first obtained the AdmiaiitratQa NOtice.Ill dyes Ctern ETftctoTumtf,,
.-This article has aaderzoae no change in FUR\f ARDED. asesed to Way and Kin \ for tie year 153i.jiaS j ;:
money ia tp'cle (rom thj government, prices. The sales are some 400 t'erees. fro-a $3 '- weeks after lte, the undersigned September 4. 1852. tf. (Ri-publicau copy 1. K 1I1l'KLElt. Die Joua A.O ,._!a"lt f.un' .. :

and exchanged a large sum of it for spa.rovspepr. O apply to the Hon. Ja 'sre of Probate of DoI Tax 4ssevor aa
the Bank 'f Ani'rira pretending U.llldt411 per 100 pounds Also 120 tierce *- eft a Itt",for Letters of V Iministratinn on the NEW STAGE LINE. ,rolombit Co,FU.,Jan.3J, IS53TAxlJOLLEcnORS infautrofeb. eitr" ,.iifunrrf tfcscy of yo r V t
fresh Riee al$32411p.rlOOlb.. ttatr of Robert Charters Utr of stM county Dtarrktn CenTi-i te; ami v( the Erptttf- i K

to be an institution at Washing Hcwr. The sales of this art'de bare been jrht. Iecea-e.1. LORE ZO D. ALLEN TUB PROPRIETORS will SALE. cast,"I hare no hesitation 1. rec<'matendiort. i

ton city. This they tcok nut t> Minnesota and at stn\H dejl.no. We Baltimore 2..6. 1\11 : .us a>iM-t Valuable medicine."&c. :1
a quote at apr run a PaSsenzer Coach tin ring Virtue of the Power Vested in be 1. j

and palmed upon the unlettered Indians .5 Ov$2j per bbL Adniaistratiaii Notico. .. the summer season between BT I shill expose fur u*! before the Court I.oct. R.A.PaYacsayabshasuae4sbe Dirrhaa V i

as goti nonry, which they now Carm-Prine white North Carolina has been the Upper White Snlpaar Spring and Alligator Huojeat AUigitor. on tl. first M\uA'y of CtrJjiLia thinks his! pr-etice"with, th* k.pr '_
weeks after date the will! effVcr.an-l it or
un4enigned i'if'St ot* the .
mo i eoaetiier }
cannat rid SIX oa Jlunrljys ant Upper White Sulphur ted 1833 the foHowinz Je9crihe property
get ofatanyprice.heagents I tIling at C&xTO cents bnshel. and We *', ,
.per ern a to the Iltn JuJ/e of Probate of lu- I ant efEei'nt cnm>Tnatiaa.Mty oScredo
Lower Mineral Spring OB Thnwlays: connect orsomacb thereof will the State anal 1.
themselves touh it. as pay V
refusing to This I l13een. lH"Wequ": .I! county for Letter of A'linii.utra'ioiioa our I-roferaionJ
ing with the mail from TalUb-iftee on and the d>t+
of tb he Peter M,ione. late of.5.1 stage Bounty taxes neeesoiry expenses bocl r. l>.RAOT. .ri..*.I .
was one source : swiulleaniofpri. Northern at>1 31Jatl 37and estate .r eoaD'1.1ee..1If'o1. Tbnrs hys,and m->il.t.ge from Jacksonville on theon.towjt: 120 aer.'tI21 rue on Q>,eicer Lava adatiai i

fit to the infUmia offi-ial; for it cannot Er 1I at $1 VM.50 per 100 pouvH.Biro LOUENZO D. ALLEN. Mondays. This line will affuni enmfortablr Creek near the Sowanuee, belonging to anil ered yonr.fidyie :perS.wnd,ia ser.ral ra. 1 ,

ba supp 1800 they exchanged coin for utterly *.-The took oa .a'e continue Urjre and apr 2-6* ".oJ eisy acce s, with no nizhi tiarel!, to the a,"'d to Buckingham Mnith for the year lIf'flf.CJt mod DeLi from 1 ITectkm.wiihthestirA. }7iytttlft. 4 4
r ii
worthless without getting an the dema-xl moderate. W. qav SS<>nUers at Adniairtratioa : Mineral Springs on the oawannee, for all per 1S3?. L K.)IICE.ER, I mfmtrtUf
rag ffrot with the
immense premium for the former. i,8i. Sid. at Old;.a.d H." at la..Ue. Is QIX weelu nfier date the aniersijned ..mv NOBS seeking health and aiuasetae at the a> j in 8 Tax a -e-s.r IUM! tl-etor. ;
&'. During the wek several the 110.J... of ProWueof lnle bon watering places.If Alligator,rdambUCo..Fh. :.3J, 1832. j I n
They rubbed them by another carpabu.ar- apply to J W SHEFFIELD Doct. W LOTC writer I* aa that !. 10.. ij j
process. J &
They provided fictitious claims from which rired. W.hen of several cargoes telling at 80 *.1 ">unir, for Letters of A.lmini4Ir.tioa on Proprietors. I TAX COLLECTORS SALE. i heestte I..r MI.I
Fhtlip hat the Brtnchlus
they obtained_mvaey from the chiefs in cents per sack. .}. LOfiE.NZO D. ALLEN." White Spring, Fla,April 1702lyAPOTHECARRY I BY Tirtne of the power vested in ee IM bylaw ) that she ia tU reeofrrins for/rar/ca f m .her lone ymt staad, aad .
Maib 29. I IIb.n far s.le lef/re V
the name of the tribes, after first making npr .1r expose. the era ir.y malidr. It b.a ia s few weeks dvae her -
HALL >art house door t AHijciior on
them drunk and depriving them of abili. Cotton.-The market yesterday WM quiet but MonJ of 1353 'hefollowinz; described were fo\ than all the renvedieg she h"s hereicfore -
without change in Sales 419 bale.Us follow Administratioa A D "y May I artier f'
price able
take ose< medical council.
ty to care of their own interest. i TEA DEPOSITORY. property -r so much thereof will pty the .:
And then they pud in certain *: 10at8J: Sat9: 115at9i; list Ii}: U at C'X' weeks after.la'*, the uii
anJ money 18)); 2T at 10 0.11. SI mi 103-4, and 202 at lie. oJ apply 10 th. lion Ju.lge of Probate of Da- ;-.3.-Iii B frit ft A>P_BatUiug. pens-s.keth.rt-oe. lo wii:. 120 acres of Is* 'U.&CE1m.'TS in the City of B.liiaiore, .;
amounts fmluleaily git the InJuns cal fur L,tter A'liainatratiun .rww.. rrsitisfie f.h.
roanty. on Whit is kept constantly on band a large and r..lel.ft.1 nejir s'oli.m'.in Db the Su w.nuee, hv.V rer4iratifB kBftwa: ;t
to sign receinta for much larger sum and the ftnie of MimoJuke Denver late of Mid well selected assortment of tonginz to and sdescd ti D. E. Mane, fur the -a .4obkr's AntfjM Cfrrrf ErpecrtrtA aDd V 4&tbiei's t r'

themselves divided and pocketed the differences Nttu HtJbrrtisrnicnts.JACKSONVILL c nnry. deceased. TII03.SUAREZ. DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. yeT 1S5. L. K. MICKLER Diimtaa Cwferf are atedtrae* of ,!

apr 2-6w and just receirod by late arr"allt. warranted fresh JIB 8 Tax assessor and Collector..thligtor great alar Itld tny tffinn for the relief and :

IB the mean time the Indian AND ALLIGATOR i and genuine Also Co'.umJ.U Co. Fla,Jafl 3J, IS53. core of the di_se.lor a ki'h they are rrcoaa
poor Admiaistratioa Hatio mended heir the
& they evidence of till sal '
unable to provide supplies with the PLANK ROAD"PtOPOOAL" Perfnmery,Com ,Bnwhes,Soap3Lan, I
rag- weeks .n.r.the nn lersgne trash in their bands will hereritel i until the I In SIX Burning-Fluid, &e., an-1 take ia
are Buffering with HIM.Ju le* of Probst of Daval eoun- up, we pleasure reermaesdicf; 1
which will be sold low for cash. Virtue f the raed ia me bylaw .
coMtrucitDj this i flOAt I in power thetn.
cold starvation aoJ disease and the : iy.f'r: Letters ofA.lministrticn on the estate"f BY
scoun- attmdei ta 1
peltrlted sad raartaallr I for before the
r"'I"f.r4rn shill sir
while IT in scti a
drels who rioted their of subsistence PCT cr wits C.LU.LJU'
rKcsciimoi tbefiret
means rSlC14J1'S Court IIou'e at AHIjiicr on Motley
upoo sp ri<-ly. far preing 1t1l.1 Ifr.oolilllf tb.RaI. .- : THUS"SPAREZ.Administration IfSP.ITCa. -. resi lents of ., ** irgr iia and
instead of being in cells are defended ant fflr...inJE .oillHinjrlhr plark. of Miy JSii. the following scrihe.1 property NonhCarobieIabehevesol.Jani abused 1 .

&i botutralle men.-Detroit Free A PP fi:> of the rou' eel M-eifieitions, ot otlcr. SODA-WATER SYRUPS, or M much thereof us will py the Skate rbene medicines thrmselrr are Trom' oar

PraLPnrLADELPBIA thrwurkmir M ohuinel sOrt the lat of &j weeks after dat., the audCgaed will apply end County Taseji.aa-l the aecrwry expense own irprriaite and that of our autntrt, w
of *
SIX of own manufacture in their highest state due thereon wi i' 40 :2 l nitl.in i 4 1
my ta : acres, >
Irom Ihf Pre-i Irnt nt J."rksonTiIle.I'.y the HOB.Judge of Probate fur Ilernaadoeoanty. be lid at the counter Irtconfil'titly rrcoon B4,"Irrn t oCoaoPa*
in their to .
of Adniinistratioo the Estate known as toe Alenn !*roM puce, belonsinj
March 24.-Arthur 1 onlcr of the Bo.H. .for Letters on MiCr..live never known reomlieai .
J. P. SANDERSON of Ja-nea Gibbons late of said eoanty.deceased. to and assessed to Joel Pope.f..r the ye r l$3jn8 l *.-. for tie..ea for which any ,
baa been they ar *
Spring convicted for the murderof mar 6-6w ISAIAU BARBER.JACKSONVILLE TEAS. L E;MICKLEU. pr .
M -" OS l
3Jrs. Ltjnca and Mrs. Shtw. Agent fo' tbe N. Y. Ptkin Tea Companj. Tax assessor aDd Cc.lIf'ctttr.! tire,naiisfxtion alk' *give neb ear.

.he.-. FOUNDRY TEA of direct importation and ef tittyfourrarieties. AlligttorCoIumbiCo., "1.Jaa. 3J, :. The above totiees nf reemnmendntlon; from J'

rrLbutn at S *SBFn3ton 2Zousc.aasael SIOCKHOLDER" or the JH'kac.uil1. .from i to 1 Ib.in a paM sge. .ne-nitwrsof ha M*.!iral, Faculty pJrarmacaai
trarratedtaHt at cxtrrmfly prieeVs.
$ .am.=... Froyririjr. AllifcUor Flihk Ro.SO| lira sUndiur and Unvhaaisaf th*
1f'.bY *! ihtt ih" ouoJ of Directors n' THK JmckwinxiUe, Foundry and ):- GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS, ; of the pow..r Y'aft'
C Demere.HOB W A Forward and Faai'y. C .itl CUlllp1111 have m.le nraimt of 20 .. Works are now prepared to furnish PLANTS"t". l I.w. I b4ll expose far MC! before the alt,.h.'I these .iciars are winy ff trial I

IIatehiso T JHftBcoeVJE ITarri.oe.W W C.r .r'tct.Ofl eifh ab*r,. pVivable OB or bern upon short notice crcocnlLT DEALERS applied.sr o DtmT.McMILLAN. Court n 'us' at Atlipitor.no the first Mon>byaf by the*!ictea4.and Ihnt they are of a differ.. j'

tif. A D Lewis.3 Lewis Doct J Q Dell.T CoITa.S the fret diy of JaneD'lt. Saw-Mills* IBmitbing, Taroicjt and fI G.atowpz.is.iw h r. Mty !. the(olIowingdascrilie1. property sod eat stat pand class frets the-Qusekery' and -
ill the Suie-
8rssk.hoWeve! Stea nEtra: a/rom one I Fiatsbing in all their "rs much thereof an pay Alls* V
The are reqaested to mtkr mr 1211Who Core so mnch tmpoard the
Brook C n D-bMe; O A OalLBov Mr RatJedrr : sal the .. upon paVie. I
faym..,. To t* Ia..dreclbaru | branches County necessary eipenInetherron For sale I., Dm ,sUfs, Apothecaries and
KeY n JL T..J E G ary. Itoet W '.. C JBN prompt A. V.REED.J.ekMn'ill.TreisomrO. apr Yilla Pumps. wants to lasaro his Life ? to wit: 169 acres of 21 rate CuuntryZorekeepereg.nevslly.E.R.STABLEE&rO._

Dell.JCarr.F J W eat.i W ...3 X .J.CH FFEJ1 Owrlrston Boiwo Powers. Steam Boats and Saw.Grist undersigned would take this opportunity hslnngingtoazl asatsard Bryant Onrnrtr, .. I ,
Mills. Mill repairing tele. THE
f poataa.Mi] O C G1.U.Q IfcLeood.G E'Cett. II. B FORT, Sirai."b, c..ti..ofIren Drawings and estimates inform his old friends and the public generally foriheyMrlS5.L.. fL .lCKLPft.. WBOLXSALK Dicsoirrs. j.
W Rf>.<. ,that he has removed from bis old: aDd and jest 8 Tea awe*>or a..d Collector. 150 P-att
O GoodaO.KeG Breadalbanc.T A Bardie Cn U. Alligator.flyo.frroftbellei,4 Ben of any sise .1 withoat charge. sxrcrt,B Jtnasv 1
set up AUijitor,Columbia C's.. FIt,Jan. 3.1. 1833.Tn Sold Jsekfonrille
c, : iatb's seciion. ,by i
J.P $ASDUflPrs.eat. fern ed mar 26-3a JOHN 11 PATS
opr2-1w When required,eoaanetont MaebiaJsts Collect or* !nle.DY J
rrftJll of 13anuurrL to peat ia l.n HacaineiT purchased of ia Those a more wishing pleasant to and convenient Facsa lneati-D .cos at low VlttTCE of the power crated ia me hr law -
Groceries, Provisions Liquors, ns, ape asoBable UOiiXET term A OOOKIN. price will lad it to their advantage to sail at D I shall expose for sale before tbo Court Dense BUFFINGTON'RQUSEJACESONYItL ,

PIT Steamer Carolina from Charleston. March HARDWARE, CROCKBUF; &c., Ac ma' 19-tf F"aJers Maehinests. V So. 1, a first*Tam-a m> the of county Jane next of nilUboron the tofbrwing%h, on the }!,JBAST E.wRIDA i
Monday pr0perty
57.-Mrs A n-l C Tim D ht. l .
> Byrne's New Building and
mnh thereof win t lef Ute
f ffaFJQaqWV Welch.A J Priest.JEHorae H3HEY E. HOLMES Hilt ST. AUGUSTINE. or.Taxes doe Ihereoi tor the pay 1852. andatlirodutat finePBOPRIETOR of this woB bow Boas*
,3 Lc.oec .fraRl'. Am-wormaa. B BAY STREET. c..a.ty year L is pleased to aaneaaeot 1ft his old pstro.e.aad
D Carto*. W Dodd.J Stewartaaa* If ro-a. Jr.JJehaaaa (VTTIIK O-U nTAM oral T.TITU .J).JWOULD TII..t.AR.OLUULI lot.IIIPr. will make Don't forget to look fur the number! Then e3 I : expenses north, lo wit: One kindred of section ands thon *'sitinjr the "Sanay Sooth" for healsfa *rpleasara.
Ccxrirxa. x'y 1IC: iliac.!, welt quarter
d Sserrta.Pr8teaer Lar..na his fri..D.II.I.he Public for thing ia the line ofDrugsChemicslsPerfuwy.Paiats .Qa&t
Tuesday any J in tow-uhrp 29 smth.of range 20 east.lying;near
AojroKtine oo :
Ja r.from Saran *.If&r 31. hr b. .n4. cal will b > trip to 'i ,Oils Dye
p ** i ow eu to the bon; and His House Las
Kmmons IIam-anek be'onjrrinc undergone
_W AVw.ml.raek.J ..t1l&'. G ElI* Par- boiMtantly rreeiiiog, a Urge an I splendid .s- MM**!*?, 5 leiml repre.ewatiVe5
C,...J P EllMOtt.C OibSe. 8 O Ridr"T and ldr. -_.,. C. hoir.bd. leave sowed for (.urb... For the quality ef his Medicine. the Panbe are BEN J. AOLER,Sheriff and ex.off.I V -

r.B A.. a XeLeard J W PhM-ps! (XOoodaLEACwIio GBOCERlSStvl PROYl. IO.vg WIVES BELCIIAaJir & ftNEGAN. referred to aO the practising Physicians Jack I fob r 3j Tax A s'r.A Col r..UilUboro' and hu ten wnfitted apt.salt the most fastidP
-idock.DwT. HARD mar 26-2' A8.'nta.Groceries ( sonrille.Physicians. ABS, having sociaL his rooms -
end LIQUORS. WIREcad stock sad Ptsaten' chests neatly
:L. D. fJ ITABLERV CROCKERY BOOTS ffotice. Faralabeovita Sew FaralBEr ewtlre.
ir.says of AN. teE anil ProTisionsA and earerally packed and forwarJwd. V
OHTND CHE&KJC EXPECTORANT.I bar bBOES.f-. 4-s.. LARGE of fresh and choice He will herpes band a fall SURGICAL 4 LL persona iatertt4'will take notice that we, Th* rVnprietorhaa also tenncI the sortie eta ;
adata>tor 4 fcia srreral CMWO! Bnvsohial Afceiieof which h.ers at.ho lowest pric**,for castor ISSTJIUMKXTg.of tY.l ofthona- :\ the and rsigno.i. u.day revoke all Power lady of lone:standing and reputation as a Haass i
hare Keeper. Be will
that time
eat otAttoricy. wo my tjriagat any spar a. pain to make thi '
with tb* most uRn results and from a COUSTRT PItODrrE.TIIIW OKOCKSJU and PMTISIOXS jut A quality. Sf for th.3 collection ef m&ner or air ether nnrpnm. 1I.u.oo*oldie best m PI. and hope* by

kaowledg.f to a4aw..w.... I CM with th. wiihiopio |inreha. nrticlra In Vt- so a great variety "J AAC JERNIOAN I keeping a food .noose and ririnjc hto uot'snasl' at*
lines sill! find it Sotbtlr aJr BUgf to give hi.icall. ,".and for sale by TOTS AND FANCY AUT1CLE8.DOD" ELIAS JEBNIOAN, testioo to uaiae... so-tnmt sad reeerre the
e.s&1s.. 'lMi\a.n4*"A See adTariis.a.u1.aiMhn -.4.'' D MeCCEK.A pat- !
rrIr) I fail.call and see as.whether roi boy or Fort O Ulia.FeV 2 -* mange of tho,.
CO1S. _t- not. Gilt aa Almanac tratis. and tc'I a'l your Jl. respeetiwDy solicits a call from his friends.
For stale, what Ceo Store and Flock and '
'. For Salr. friends oa year return a Trnvelteetgeaeralfy.V
: CAPABLE ENOINE. R of aneseeptionA *. yea hare seen. JSO. M.PAYNE. Notice. A largo and extensire Lirery Stable I is tttjchdTaWostra
gartugPOtT .iaun1al. ,_i A II"aOTJr iwnrorod LOt situated / Me ehar4Ctrr.a likely ae ;i the eootro ot tha Town ukoa whieb !.&a el- leta l.r..tion.f which my be SIX and roaehers ta tho Hnn. J.dgo.f Stage hare th*HOBS soa. after V

: OF JACK&OMVILLE. \Uyl..w Residing HOOM.three.tore*kr obtained'from(:.pI.M 1U JI'. Steaswer FI>>S.IOA. SMITH & WHILDEN, roatei Sir ULP.berosrheoentyat Administrator the arrival ef the boats. :'
Corfo. deceased. ate of saId
THIRTY I..rnIITWZfTY.TDJ.EG UM.D.ELLK.Planter's the Estate of Jamee SAMUEL BCTFTNGTON. .;_Proprietor
Ire platte.with an Meonary oet.bvUdrr. good Apply to BetLLaLtvPAINTS county. aid ask;for a discharge from said admin Scptbet25idSL SmV V
Hc.t l ctaarle & C.
REGULAR PAcEtTg.8t.tsahp water toe shade trees.*.. AUo OILS, AND GLASS istration.. V V V
C.irba..Tin,r,CbrIeJt. .. -- .' nAOLBR
ry I u4ay. ead larva..Tulay .en. TD PilZZITUZ& SNUFF AND TOBACCoT" "liDfj1ItIP feb Jft-6m Sheriff. and ex.oC Admia'r. mAGOIJ.LHW3E.
sa.IW eIab arrIves rr' 8.*4aj
&wab.. sad..T.ayaeorat.arri .j*. .d d.- PETE WMLMID, N. SOj j CAST. BAT.. OPPOSITE.r.aad. M.BASK, notice h* THE J-CH.SCIHRER: has just V
&...e, 1awida vM fn. Chartwto This considered the moM sal.bbs .KLESTOT ..C. I eoaJFJtt. V
CB '
..,.sad rvunnio* Friimy.tr snooty fas this thrir lag town,sad wil bo sold MANUrACTURER, THE o.pertnenbli'beretolbre e.iJo sealer the plated the abovo Boa**.tiling U sp ia th. V
& W.QxC.a arrives fr mUarw Y&Im"' low. CM. P.DEW EES. R*42 ChaOasa Street flew Tech, They keep constantly for sale, a Deraltm.lIt o. BALDWIN A BYRNE having been mteomfortabTtyK. and will as* *Try exertion .
Ar", -
cry'We4s45y.aMr.tais. bidi.&w heboliYzr.pdI sate the f..Uo"i.cartiel.. wur- V of V dModred y the death. r'.Bjmethe baetaess ot *peace all P&atVDay(aver.him with theUpatfoaar -
win br oeM by the sobacriber.the sorTiTinr *. .
au.ec for Q"fEJS1ojr PAINTS A OILS of an kh..WnmoW nl41ra Vttentla. 4
imp ri BAPHES.SPT8.TCRPE.VTIXE.CAMPDE.VK : partaor. person paid to I..waB. :
W. 'AND ;
ntaro S.odJL Nale ,_ ,
S. Jacksonville Ace. V
.1 otherSaafiV. -
Oirw French ttappr TALLOW sgaiost said ftnq are daNced to settle the ,
GABS aecowQts A..C0
fa"SW.a.r u4 nt.Dtra, .W.&sda for l va Su.. ,fflIg TKD>TCKdot th.J .k. .Ie jlm AI.*h Fine Cat Tobwroin tiB-fniNsxl A1t1NDST0NDS.CORDAGE.SPIRIT LEAD same,with as littto delay u*\. Coraor Ooeaa aadJseisonrSle .[ I! -

a ii .L, Ae. i .j take rIsinxeb, n.adipt. piper A Bjdre panicflar dearripttea of the ,PIPE,IRON PUXPS.CB..uJ.PtilF8 march ItIfV .A. 8.BALDWIN. ,Nor.20.1853 L VZa.V V, a

Xar.h XTTEEECL tbepitruus of lhii Usrimie.ih-it the arnimJ.f *ri o*,_rticlesc.B,be kBwB by sending for ,.&t'. : V I Good SUhliag for ., J. at V V VNEWBOABDEQ '
DdI.. ... CT .. .&ILsve ha.....esv.dusrinituL 1' f
d. ... d. Y-t' r. L AJa. A. a f.3p1-kt rwrrmt oa. *vt. Btr IB-Sia march l-.1y 1853.V :
Mart lUaer. .. .
will COIII.-.noHI *" HLl1iE.
Tn.:rrai .
:.4. a* IXK Awy. b '" F..cK SWROEOtl -1 -
.. 4* BrigllMn-A....JMMh 4. -hi arj..4ril4ih. 1850."t Ol.lUn's ro**. PK. S. .W GEORGE '& C. SPRITVCt AND frCLOTHING; SUBSCIUD.parparst$s.aceeaa. .

do, 3Itk.8e,r" iCt... 4. rreroilj ocevpird Mr.Brown. Tk. p.|4libef DENTIST, [10.87 East-Bay (opyoit B 7c *Cf',:Waart TU.1*.few tSOABbEKjt" remdeae.

de.. .0 E1Tnt.M.rrUt 4* 're.frairr1 te rrsmi at'' Daj..II'e say lo aR do eatortaia doubts of the tfjtorfcsft/ir, &' G ,. Northwestern part of the Tem. tho loeatie _
4& 4.' 4. Tbvw&mareUs.dsy. I.,$0 that lb.clears way lie 1arae!. WOULD.,.af arbfisial Teeth U give him aten. r &a''.'' V Ja the Santler? Karkat of whisk II kaww.bo h Wy fcroraMo t.VeaJta.
4. 4. tJabI..LDsX.MItai..L' Amnrraeats'.tz*betng scM*Cw hr* _jootapIotMsj i .'sad e-am .e hi..&i1Itlaty.of Block Oa* f EHHTP GAS AND CAMPEEUT J sad eomfort-frMa its oleTscfojk. The Boaso ha*. V
:4. .' ,4..sd.RLM.ets..Iq. X.T, W t JIof1"II..r Mil lint fort he ftc- !Tth. The *are ad.",Co bemaeth oa the atssaspherte J AMgS WtLDK: n., bees s.e.eGe* -.r isai welt, plastered any V
4. .l'1W."'..Uua.l' ,. ,B.ses., bat..BTtl this it*wr.the fwroeM will suction principle,and wath so snob*B9ew I!, with lami*oTrery desariptioa for.tho nune ff ato of the firms'of C.T. Longstreet A Co.'and aadotBuaealeas' ,TW FerBHwr is'aew, and th*"*
C! IeBjy. that It if seweery ever found aeeeanry t*ale ; ALftOEagL'aJi Wild. Bate*.Tfylor still coatiaaea to hold water which to aa farfortaat 'beta ill the-Tary a
wf stiisaperawnmt
beoecapinl. P rnt,ile iro $fir>* ia Dsvlal 6r.gery. ., : auttArDcricauhWbUeLea&Patflt5. best and I shall eparoao pahjs to reader ary aooso.y .
Harsh 2I. Brig; H aVcVosbjCMQi'to -G.ua.. l. spri AR th.rr *CBra Mf at tbe old ttaD4. V -
., lab Mysr Bmrr.ts ; fee Bares.4. oehoo of* high imcter...are i that can enatrtbat*te>the health and presetratioo i of evf cy,kind,.Linseed and Sperm 64 NassaU Street, Hew York.t. .atI snak it 1Ie1.r"'ikleeseb. ., :.
&BricQDT!, 1..ss.Jawaaa dud. co-operate Im.thUrff-tti* *.e. fltthe BaUrral Te U and aims de'leaMy.thweh kr.sasreb where bo win herein readmese.both for early and' ,
,.&Je'Cd. '.T' ,DJI.PEAR-JON, at tbe, aao jtt.e penaaacatly per.a mod.Al V Oil. f '.. latiiarehasen.tao berg st sad eboieest stack o&TKIXU / Aee 11 EASTMAN V' ;.
8s ,W. MM.h.UPahFaw@i.4. .L-Jd."m$ operaJioa* warraatcd prSr 4.or*'dkarp.r 10-17 V V AND' KLUncR curruixotftbo VADSIIstaTiATuR's ,.,
.. "IIt.. .au1.E-:1f- s .c.af.JkW<. r lGasd.aco -ot th* BaaagtMi ttoa'*. Ladies Mad te th* tailed States. laporttotr hfbwdf. "CTJa .
4' 4. 5eW Cars.. r. B." V waked apM at-their nfrdcao VV *.tt deseed"mareh.9tf :-. W;JL LAWTON co, I ( together. with Ue perfectkaowlodga of the*. V ALL VELVNA ere-Iitars *r legates,,n? -

. Apr1w.. ; .. .&. l' I ...tLmTlLVa ___V V ____ &qos .,.. .!h.or HO.KE.JlAB.uzs. -: .4 distribution or other*is,laterrated .
---- 1k 1aUeIriic.at a. V NO1ce.VV V : .Al'I*, I preshia the greaiot CscOihra*C gettiaa.a. his! ia th*estate H'jllua Trytcatt,deee -' V'"
J, leg o/th Vory of'8 JeIMa sChnreh.JacklQSvllle V 1 stodcand" I..u' ilema 4ae n '.
to IBs" QoaCO Uua aaty, *,'ara V
CIZ: weeks after eWe'wilr apply CornmisionMerchants; -il-7 ,:,".i tOf .
the 28th sdUaMseOi eiUbH wTklatyear ''
wrtks aft tk ** V &heiuLai.and de od. V V
willpplj for
; mrlmicMd of br BeroMdo '
SH Jade Predate .
: the LATEST STYLE.S IM patrons of the
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Ut tf WiniwaTrase VV *from thU d4tet, .A..
u HM.Jvlsf ftf Pnb t *r D. baa hell pr ridd..fIIrtMr burials wifl be as.1rpaII IeUmOtAdain1stI.tnai th*Eft a-a CBAKUSTOir t C. c: I IWxs.MTawt.sn clove aaqsed firms aad oatherm licxahaate lageaerat la* andrrsined.. .
-a../.for'Utura ol ld1ati.s.; .. .. .4 the grenade Ios gUto CIIa"-a Udaooejed.BOBEKTCTAITORI* ,woald do w 3U exsmi&e oar atock he*>rt mlnistratoT.or- notk will U tUaJto 1* .. V V
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Omcx AT
i mJIB Subscriber weuld beg leave to inform the P4."T J. l ,
xsi-nr.JWZv crIMmbsncs.JT .1. public, that he has just received a very large n&practice iatB. :atern C. Business .Nov T -v.
and splendid assortment ..fDRY' tl to their.core w .' .nzf un
No paper. gseonOnod until JB arrearages ore &ded.at t ::1'..fB. ens,, at JVu ?ORTflECUp.QpIt..'

ptU,'smless** the option of the.mUsharsv"O GOODS, READY MADE ore rt.D Io rl to e ;hnao DJarrJula.Al4
BL .Pearson Dyeej
win thefofla1zig2erui offe and price-and
l.ettil WhiCh
CLOTHING, HATS CAPS, BOOTS MISS P, 8 WART ,AND MRS.-M..MARLOW, ATTORIEY4TLAW.TIAS any articles abu a;wa.ph stands ki mr its'-"_Ill II lit pdt 'it

Anecdote Principals. to Joeksonrflle,' Florida, and will erery r.pL m-11 tpn n* merit"nd ut IN".
.Dollar of twelre lines and under SHOES
0 D:1'"lT
per square mc JUS NOT
i-s. Circuits, FAILED
the Eastern and TO
for the trst Insertion and T5 cents for'each subsequent a rich assortment Moulin deLaines, American. -I.THE FOURTH TEAR of this Institation tost.Will- the Supreme Court of the State Sutht, US LEONARD CHAPIN. SINGLE, 1.a-.CTJiB mA

Insertion.. To 'yearly:IfdrerUscrs liberal English and French both and plaiD and figured Mohair Calicoes
figured plain '
; thus February V. I85t
mad. and ; .nnal
be different
win ,
' discount Lustre; Per aa Cloth.Enetiau Merinoee Para ages and capacities the pupils ( klDknlCAOEAlDUA& medicinal roots crowlCIA
AD odrertisemenki must be paid for before progressively promote their Intellectual improve- i a. Wilds of l1orida. JtJa
07" matta.Cloth Bombasines; Brocade:Silks; Plain Cooper. k ;nu"UdWwol.1.1'
meet and also Insure to them thorough Icstrscoonr BageJ' door of Pavillion Hotel; and U Wia
referring next Yegftab1ea
ue .unless by a regular customer. By Chameleon do; wide black do; Florence do;colored .tafptd PICULl.T ret U.
k .or
in tae various departments ofliteratare and science. { & Charleston, S. C.Elegant ,
be satins.Ac. A rich assortment of Cashmereall cure of tJae above dLecaes
the requisite sum may ascertained Tory .The
to our terms continued by Ia'tlltn sad
Mathematical be
Instruction win stock of Boggees.
wool shawls plain, printed and embroidered SAVANnAH GA. Cbe Bhwara Proprietor'
and transmitted with the adrertisement Hack silk mantilla Persian do black and colored the former Teacher. and, $ h" low t fully convinced &Jaa'it aa 1*.
I '03"Adrertisements not marked with the torn English silk hose Do gloves and: lace mitts; Paris The French and Drawing Department will be WILL practice In a the Courts of the Em term -.oD1., mar 8-ly has' JfdidD'. In fact the Cea ihate
I' also in the given It |8 thatrv '
under the Roehers. Circuit of u
direction of Proc Do ] : .1alc u
until rich dre.rim.
; ber of insertions required will be continued kid glovrt a large assortment Ger. hard.
m DPi; braids lace cimJllo cords aDd tringosbnldl Instruction win be given to the Pupils cult afFon Carriage and Harness Repository and the Mruuiuf nuw with ''WbtcJa1", bas
forbid, and charged for. black lace trimmings, wide a beautiful 01embrolderiu of this Institation by any of the Professors of that Olee th ,over the Republican Reading rnetWari'ants bimia sayfngtiasisjgp.
rjy Fire Dollars win be charged for all annonncemeet needle worked eolian Do cuffs Science JacksonvIlle; the Principal tearing it Room. ; .At Ik* White!!""Seats w..Ce efMEETINGAND TIVEC1JRL, H. has
t in adranoe optional with the parents and guardians to decide. CHAKLES P.CoorEE. Wu.8. BASIXGXK.Deo WESTWOKTH STS. tbereferecenbe.
of candidates for effice; bands;cfaemesettes nndersleeves and LC handkerchief determInation to place II within the

One square,for six months : : .10 00< *; needle worked edging and IDMrtblPilinea TEXMS, (payaih- m admntt.)-For one quarter, ot 13. t 'Clu I.C. an, knowing bow many ;suffer with tblivsi'y raG .f
10 00 and thread do; German and Valencine do; eleven weeks: / description,at unpleasant and
; I Legal or other Business Cards, per an. Felix Livingston every &helo often .
worked flouncing embroidered skirts do window Orthography Reading, Writing and Arithmetic i V/prices always on hand Uculsrl/ the "WrJSrn ,U.
Notice to Debtor and Creditors : 7 00 drapery. Ae a very superior and rich style of lilt $4 00 ATTORNEY AT LAW, eept such as can be an.o. fuIleU tern. Ja Southern sad 8catec.

0 Application for Letters Administration, 5 00ArPlic&tion and velvet bonnets; do straw; rich bonnet ribbons Grammar, Geography and History 5 00 by mar &- m M. H. NATHAN. purchasIng, INDIAN LttMCUST.,
4 for dismissal Administrator, 10 00 and neok'do, very wide plain and figured; buskins Mathematics and the higher branches of JACKSONVILLE, FL*. particular and Jook for m1 written,llpa&an
chargeddoubletberates ,bootees, slippers ties and Jenny Lind boots English Lrteratme.* 6 00 26. tf C. D. OAK onthelabel. -
( Editorial notices tat private benefit will he gents*rery fine boots; do gaiters and shoes ready The French Language,In classes & 00 Apri ___ I refer the public 0 a few eertifieates lelew-

. : 1 ohdnrt.ilillg.lIT made clothing ofevery description and quality.The Drawing and Pamtinr. do. 5 00 C. A. PRICE. WATCHMAKER & JEWELER, selected from among reeeired
All religious notices will be inserted gratuitously. subscriber would My that he has engaged an Music from 010 to $15 for %lessons. JackauvlU.w spectable citizen of Jacksonville many from re

accomplished Tailor to do custom work which will An additional charge of 50 cents for fuel, will .ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR. F.r"
r4 be done with and easei- KEEPS constantly! on BGBEar,POCfSETT.
elegance taste. Cloths
also be made to each patron for one quarter,during
. | All admissablo personal communications will be morel and resting kept to suit customers. Planters the winter. Sept 1, 1851. 11-Cm lat rorc baDdAAn assortment oW P.8. Planters should net ',be withoutthis

;. I charged omentl. who wish to furnish their negroes with shoesor Will attnd 'Car Cercnit .t, b..Jewelry and Saucy valuable .Jledid... Eyn1'
'.. 07-All bill. for Job Printing, must be paid on clothing.ean be supplied with large Quantities at Jacksonville Male Institute, Jan 1 3m G*.d.wbith be offers for sale cheap for cash.feb26 keep 1& on hand.A.U.REED family -ought a.
'low invited call and
prices. are to -
: be of the work. rery Th.puble REV. I. SWART A. M. Principal Agent for
delivery examine goods and prices for themselves. Principal. F. CLAY dl1&. Jackson
: 0 7 AH letter on business and communications, L B AMERMAN. J.

I- ttust be post paid to receive attention. Jacksonville. Oct 9. 1852. aNew Sates Tuition. Notary Pble. WHY T. TITUS Jaeksonrillf. August Ig, 1831. lyNotice.
Orthography, Reading Denning, Arithmetic and Commissioner far taking .tb,7leJpt of ?_

AGENTS; Goods New Goads !rn"t Penmanship, per quartet of cleren weeks $4,00 Deedr and other Wrili/ .. .

I: Wholesale and HetaiI..1TUST Geography, Grammar, History, Composition, to l used i,,h States of 117r \ DEALER IN Directions for using Poinsejt's Tndia Lou
Maj.] JOBJ BEAKO Tallahassee Fla.
and Book do
Elocution Keeping, 5,00 NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA. cUlt win be foaed OD th
J. 0. REAEBON, Esq., Ocala, Fla. RECEIVED, direct from New York, a Higher branches of an English, Mathematical GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, TIN on each bottle. Wheie lnafdeervhs.wrappy
el Office with E L ,Harrison it Co, Jacksonville, there Is fever s.
Large Assortment of Fashionable Spring and course, do GOO HOLLOW.W ABE,
Joan DARLIIC Esq, Tamps, Fla. Florida. Oct WARE IARD\ARI log the disease, a purgative should
Dress Goods of French, British,and American The Aneient Language, do, 10,00 23 be in every
GeD. S. Rusul.t Newoansyilla, FIL Manufacturecotnprfriirg in part- The French Language In classes 5,00 SEGA ., URNltUUE ase used before.the Loiecust. Sbould
there he a
Capt. J.J. KNIGHT, Alligator, Flu. French oil cord Ginghams,American do. Drawing Painting,and in water Perspective colors, 9,00 5,00 Fe.ATTORNEY.COUNSELLOR Offers his stock for sale at L.lo..e possible rated erateTy and tendency give the to inflamation purge nod.
Loxecust innnaUeV
Fla. French,English and American Print, AT LAW, eatk. Prodnee taken doses
B. FE.ISBT, Esq Carey's Ferry, oil 15.00 to IDuebnpforro than the dose. '
_ Furniture Chintz FigM and Plain LaWns JACKSONVILLE FLA. Fin, Feb average
GEO. CEITEE, Eaq, St. Augustine, Fla. and Prot: C L DES ROCHERS instructs in French, -
Cedar Fla. I Drawing and Painting. oct9-ly WILL attend to any professional bounce MALONE TAYLOR A FEW MORE OF THE MANY i
A. Keys CERTffl
Judge STEELE Do.Jackonets, Plain and Fig'd Swiss Muslins to him in the Courts of thC GATESTutanonialfrtm

8. Ounssi Esq, Pilatka, Fla. II. W. BIGGS, astern Circuit and the Supreme Courts a Lumber Commission Merchants,

r .. \ JAcuolIl'alEIT, Esq., Flemington, Fla. Cambrics and Jaeksonete,plain and checked, BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST Tallahassee. lie has also such an advantageous The following Regnlar PIJI n.
Fig'd Berages, Silk Tissues very rich patterns able at Wash certificate or the eZcaelous sd.
." '. C. P. CoorEa Esq. Sarannab Ga. J AC&SC"VSLLS.J'1.A, connection with an Lawyer PJLAELA {the. ot this Medicine II from a. repIar pJlJllCiaa
ngton City will ensure prompt and spec In Columbia
,, -. ,a Very county:
Wide Black Silk. very cheap ; M&rselics: KEEPS constantly on hand collection of such claims may be placed
btNr\D and Florence Silks, of every color assortment of T his hands against the United I States. Southern Lumber and Shinyfa, 4c. PIn Ozoix Colombia. ''

JOB PRINTING OFFICE. Crape Shawls, pLiin and embroidered, ''of WROUGHT his own manufacture Isoi PLOPOIIO,of er-, n Sept.8th,1849 17 Liberal advances made. Refer to fro Egbert Poinset E.1'.l'ebfllU12Na: .1"1-

Paris Kid Glares.Black and colorM Lace ,, TV kind, together with Cast E. T. BaocEgPAi/a.| E. T. RJCBAaDSO'lPAila. Dear Sir:I hare used three bottles of your la-
: -,,. ;..", Mitt Steel, Wrtmrkt Iron Chain Oscar Hart *'zecBit-_' adlllinb1 .
succeeding Cue of
T. E. BCBEXA5,Jaetsonville, .
: HAVING reeeired from New York a supply of Do.Siland Lisle Gloves, of all sizes Horse Shoes, and LAW feb 12-ly the bottles w.DIed fD a case of Chrnie 1B1JItery
Jenny Liod Polka Gaiters, various other articles his line. Also, ATTORNEY AT which had prodaeed proJaP'U aol or protrusion of
: Type and other material suitable for Job Printing Bronte-tipped Bootees Opera Gaiters, LUMBER CART3 AND WHEELS (Ofc in the Court House, up stairs,) the reet.m, which had 'allied all other remedies

! we are now prepared to execute,at the. shortest notice I Single Ties, BuskinsShippers.&o. 'IT-TiLL practice in the several Counties oft WILUAM M. TUNNO that bad been tried, (and these were not a ewj

all kinds ofPamphlets The most approved style of Spring Bonnets, all .sizes kept order constantly, at short on notice.hand or made to t be Eastern ('irui of Florda and at Factor and Commission Merchant Indian The result Lozeenit wa a is final the cure most with one bottle. Your

ClrcsOar, Do. Children's Hats, Silk Bonnets richly to the collection U. SOVTEEEN aonTIICAEOLIf for positive and certain
ainsthe WBAErtCnAELCSTO cure Dysentery
He is also to of
Law Blanks, Hand Bills trimmed and of the latest fashion prepared execute with despatch, States and any remedy
tny work which may be required. at prices which for Military Services, UOrelot, sept 4, 182. tf that I hare as yet learned the use eC
failures Cards, Shew Bills I French Flowers rich Bonnet Ribbons. or other lost ordestroyed by
Bills .( Lading,) aannot fail to suit all. He would only ny to the property troopsin RespectAtny.yeun.le.
: Visiting Cards Gentlemen1* Wear. said service Loud & Co. P.W.
home CATO M.D.
Iu. Ice. I' public, "encourage industry, as every artijle ,
: Labels, : "c.
Boots, Gaiters and Shoes, purchased from him! or made at his establishment Also,claims for Pensions disabled Soldiers. FACTORS AND COM.VISSION N. B. Send me another supply iamediaUry.
ocr Alllil for Work oftkit Lind,to"paid m Bendy made Clothing splendid assortment, ,is fully equal to any of the kind procured at or the Widows and Ophan80fdee.ledSo1der. marl p.w.a
+.hvenr.. June 14T7EVERT some rery fine. the North. April 3,1852-ly Also, claims for < From -. I. Snort

----- -- Country merchants supplied for cash, on soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed NO. 118, BAY STREET. Jeeksonrffle Xor. 12, 185L

FAMILY SHOULD HAVE A co. term s equal to New fork prices. The country $150 Reward. ocflers and soldiers. SAVANNAH'GEORGIA.Strict Mr. E.PoiDICU-Dear Sir: 1 take pleasure i*ex.
i Hi PT-An inwdwMe boot 25 ttt. pressing to you my of Indian
only per public are solicited to call and examine G sods RANAWAY the 16th Dec. Also will his attention to approUtion your
-Ma* :* ,!.-br. Banters Medical give conveyancing, Loxieust as famfly medicine. I bare used it with
topy Manuel and hand book for the aictedI Containing and prices.At from the plantation oCt he.ubccriberoD to examining Tit'es nd Rcordlnc assertain attention will be given to the sale of Cotton good suecesL Yours repeetfaHy.

t f : an outline of the Origin. Progress, Treatment rr the Brick Cash Store.L. E. tbeAncilurirerJuthe county of Jeffen Ing claims to Lands. or other produce, and liberal advance made L SW ARY..

,I and cure of every form of diseaee contracted by B. AMERMAN.Jacksonrille son a negro man by the nnmeof"TOM/ All business entrusted to him will meet with when desired. From Rev John C. Leg

j Promiscuous Sexual Intercourse by S. -abue, or March 37th. (calls himeelfThom,) is nbout28to30 years old, prompt attention; and all instruments of writing JOHN W C Lo D. P n Lotn JtrtmmUt, Nov. IT.1351.

by Sexual Excess with advice for their prevention slim builtlIboul, :ft.lOin.t.igbweigha about 130 will be executed by him with neatness and Jan U. 185% ly Mr. POiJlNt&-Thit will inform yon that for ser.
written in a familiar style avoiding all medic FAMILY GROCERIES. eral years I hare suffered much different fiaea
to 140 pounds. Complextion black white despatch.
very ; E. W.
technicalities and that would offend from Chronic Diarrbsea. I
everything hare
tried India
j of his red but rather email and Jacsfcsonville.Jan.25,1851. tf your
the ear ol decency. from the result of some t..en.t1yo&l'luceful SUBSCRIBER eye;, ; trim SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL COMMISSION -i Loxeenst. and received an entire relief and bareno
practice exclusireiy dented THE keeps constantly on hand hand and foot for a n"cro. When walking inclines MERCHANT reason U doubt its being peraaneet. Believing
fine A. A. OCHUS i ,
assortment of
to the cure of disease of a delicate or private nature. GROCERIES. to a little forward lie is ft boy that it to be a duty which I owe totbeatictedIpre..
; f fj which he respectfully calls the attention of the has traveled with me some,particatallI in E.Jlt I NSTUCTOIt of thorough Bass, and perfbrmance SAVANNAH GA. sent you this certificate,which yon can use as ye.

To which is added. reciptl for the cure of the public, consisting in part of Florida in going by the way AHgitor, New. upon the Piano and Guitar would f. March 20,1552. ly think proper I will also say, that in conversing
I Cured Hams
Shoulders .
Sugar Men Part Fulton to the eitisen of Jacksonville
above diseases and a treaties on the causes symptoms naniTille, Wacaboota and Stafford Pond to a poctfally announce '-'--- -. with many who have used your medicine, I hare
and cure of the Fever and Ague for twenty- Starlet Beef Bologna Samaf, CodFish place I bare on the Wacacaseec. He i that he will be prepared from the Boston & not found one who did set receive T.1i.LJOHN
Macleiel Irish usually 1st ef January, to afford perfect satisfaction to Gunby,
fire cent a copy 'ix copies one dollar: will be Potatoes, Flour any C.LEY'.
J Otshen very polite and piusable when spoken to, buta who favor him with their patronage COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL Pastor
forwarded by any part of the United State, by Butter. Cheese Leaf Lard, may Methodist Cftareb;Jacksonville.
free of Address most artful c.imp; if be thought it to his Recommendations from Col. J. Bmard. and dis COMMISSION. MERCHANTS MASDAaiM.ru
mail postage. postage paid Crushed and Brown Sagar. Co'n, CornMeal !, Oct. J. 1831.
"Box 106 Poet Office or the Author 33 North and Crist, Tea, CofTcv, Candies and Cigari. advantage might deny belonging to, or knowing tlngibe Pianists of the North can be seen e any CORNER BAT ASD JtTTSO1 STEEETS Dear Sir-Some time Il nee I was es a visit near
: Seventh Street Philadelphia.FIP'TY ALSO i me, and even change bit name. The last tme. dee J8-t your place and wan suddenly taken very sfck_

London Porter Monongahela account bad of him wa in Columbia County, SAVANNAH, GA. Your Indian Loxeenst was recommended.' Tko
DOLLARS FORFEIT. DR. HUN- end,Choice Brandus WliisJcey, Cm, where he told I hud soIl him and was on hit Washington 31. Ire, OS BOSTOt. | JOH1 B. GVKBTNor. friend that I was visiting happened to bare a bottfo

will forfeit *50 if failing to cure any : way to Jacksrnrille be aiming for Sn.vannh ATTORNEY LAW AND SOLICITOR 1.1851. 6m cut in thebon e. and lulled it. and take pleasure
disease that under hi crWBICB RE WILL SELL CHRAF FOR CASH. may IN CHANCERY.ALLiGAiiB. ia informing yon that it cured I
case of secret may come *care or Charleston be baa bern both me. am averse U
. no matter how long standing or afflicting. Either : April 10, 1852. c 2. G. ltlYEIl.S.I those think,it as not at how OLUMBIA COUltT.VL. Charles E. Dunn, having my name in print but*.//,fox the bevefii
sex are invited to his Private Rooms, 33 North FRESH : improbably, WILL practice in the several counties composing SURVEYOR OF TIMBER.- of those that may be afflicted yon can publish wIt
arerhe bare been
ARRIVALS. : way with by some think it
Serenth Street. Philadelphia without foar of interruption tampered you neeeoeary
I the Eastern Judicial Circuit Florida,ITamiltcn PPOINTED eo.znt1'
white if so I will give one hun- A by the Governor for Dura Yours
is in with
from other patients Strangers and TIlE nniorsigned weekly receipt of gooJs person ; county of the Middle Circuit and Levy county respect
baring been qualified such,offers his serriees
other who hare been unfortunate in the selectionof line from the best house* in New Yor dred dollars for apprehension and anchinformation of the Southern Circuit: and in addition to his to the in that a* SISASNAH HARTLEY.
a Physician i are invited to call. and i. at all times prepared to famish any artie as wi lead. to the conricti regular professional attend promptlyto Jacksonville public Feb 7.1852.capacity. tf Dr.E.PoiDfetL Jacksonnr; Ha.

IMPOTENCY Through unrestrained indulgence Invalids may require. To strangers be wond of such person, I will give fifty dollars the prosecution dutC.i of elalmsnf ---- G ATELI.T BILL. Oet 20, 1851.
of the passions by excess or self abuse the say give me a trial,and if yon are not satisfied for the delivery of said negro to me description against the General every David II. Galloway & Co. Dear Sir-Your Indian Loieeust i iI a GOOD medicine.
I take the article .... Some time since
. erils numerous Premature impotency Involuntary not just reeeired per steamer in Jefferson purchased a bottle from
seminal discharges wasitng of the organs Rnihton Clark A Co.Cod Liver Oil Wolfe Arc on my plantation dollars county ; ortwentyfive Ap10,185. I SAVANNAH. GA. A. M.Reed, Esq your agent, and gar it to one of

.' loss of memory distaste for female society, general rattle Schiedam Sconspp Iloncks Panacea, New for baring him I. VA5nrACTrr AID DFJU.FIK ix my negroes that had suffered very much from aso-
debility or constitutional derangement are England Cough Syrup Bonpland Fever and lodged in any safe Jail so that I Cl get him. ____ BUSINESS CARDS.HERNANDEZ Friction Matebr in round wend boxes Marking vera,attack of Dywntery. It cured him. Soon
sure to follow. If necessary consult the Doctor Ague remedy; Woods India Cholagogue: Ayer feb 19-I2t JOHN FINLATSON. Ink, Black Writing Ink, and afterward I bad another negro attacked with the

with confidence he offers a perfect cure. Cherry Pectoral: Sncph. Quinine; "if tan Balsom & REYES mar 17 Oil Paste nlackin ly same disrate. I purchased Mother bottle sad it
READ AND REFLECT-be afflicted would Wild Cherry with many other articles too numerous S cured him also.I .
do well to reflect before trusting their health and to mention call and see. C01\"I1 DRAPERS A3T&TAH.9H8, FORT & DUNHAM do act hesitate a moment in reeowmwdmg .
happiness and in many cases their lives in the deo 24 J. M. PAY .Drugg having leased the CIty JackMavIU, East Flcrlda.TTERNANDEZ your Indian Lozeenst to the public M being the
bands of physicians ignorant of this class ot mala 11 SA\MILL h"e forinedaCopartnersWp for -- wAcrrDa: AIiID most certain remedy for Dysentery that I have ere
dies. It u certainly impossible for one man to understand CHEAP STORE. the purae t REYES return their thank used or beard of. If you see proper you caa pub-

all the ills the human family are subjectto. undersigned baring taken the SWX1VG LUDXBBU, XI to their friend and the public generally, Cor&h.liberal COMMISSION MERCHANTS. hah this. Yours truly!
Every respectable physician: hu his peculiar THE NEW STOKE patronage they bare reeeired,and nope, MILES PRICE
by J. HOLMES invites for the Home Market,under the Mete and title ot 8AVAKNAH, GEORGIA. ,
respectfully the Dr.E. Poinsctt.
j branch,in which he is more successful than his by strict attention to bOlinM cent a continuance JadlOnille.. :
attention of the public to his well selected CLARK JOHN CLARK.
stock of .BUTLR. HINBY R. FORT. -
T. K.
brother professor and to that be derotes most ot of the same. Raving
Good, both for Country and JHO.BUTLER. tbllathrle
\ his time and study. adapted City trade direct from the North, they are
October 30th. 1852-tf. DISSOLUTION.V1HE
buyers would do well to call ana examine prepar e. .
his stock llyThe: above subscriber would respectfully
work entrusted to their
YEARS OF PRACTICE exclusively deroted to cute all .
before purchasing elsewhere. Consisting of the solicit the PATRONAGE of the Pnblie,. X] dwtJ partnership heretofore existing between
the study and treatment of disease of the ..ozualorgans and in a workmanlike manner. They J. HOLMES.
a th
following assortment of staple and Fancy Dry they bare entered into the business for the express undersigned| under the Ira cf EL BANK
together with ulcers the body, throat give them a call, (on Newnan second door
upon A LEWIS is
Good Hardware Iet dissolved
Cutlery, Boots and Shoe General Commission by mutual
of Merchant. consent. All
nose or iegs pains in '\e head or bone mercurial. Hat and Cap Musical Instrument, Perfumery, purpose from Dr. Bye'. new buldnJ assuring the pub debts of the late firm will be paid by Wm. D lut .

rbematism strictures grarel irregularities disease Fancy Soaps Comb and Bashes, and a general I SAWING LUMBE FOR JACKSONVIL Ito that warranted to.(fit. ,and all gr. :100 WALL STREET, NEW YORJt. banks t and all sun of money due said firm wDl
*arising front youthful excesses or impurities* assortment of Toys and Faney Article Also fSr AND ment Will attention be paid to him.he being authorised to settle
of the blook whereby the constitution has become a VICNIT.- N. B. Cutting and reparing at the shortest notice. pay particular to sale of YellowPine and
large stock of elegant Saddle. Bridals&. Wood Lumber, Lire rec.iptf4rt.Vr. D.
Oak. and other Southern Tim EUBANK
enfeebled enables the Doctor to offer speedy reliefto They will also bare a Grist Mill attached to the fob Sly '
\ Ware. tan 2-
and Crockery a Dae selected stock of fine her and JO1ji n.
produce, ,to order for ;purchasing LJnfI8..
all who plate themsctrea under hi* care. Machinery and a*they hare the of of
agency one
; '
(T7-Medicine forwarded to anlpart of the United Groceries nor 4 Provisions- 11.B.W, CLARK. the PL.AM 30 MACIIIXCS of Isaac Down. of G_wn._r __. _KTTITIf_______ &Co! Merchandise. .tf .. dee 11 Fort Tarrer. Fla., Jatt.I, 1853.

States.-Price Are and ten dollar per pack ro Bay StroeLThe Baltimore, which will be in operation in 4 AUCTIONEERING AHD CO.lJISSION S. ROCZENBAUQH Executor** ITotice.
and which I ii entirely novel in this part of the ,
READ!!-PHILADELPHIA MEDI. Wonder of the World try-and one of the firm being an old and GENERAL'COMMISSION' MERCHANT, S' Bfter' date we will present our

AFFLICTED&. EHsblUbed 18 years ago by enced hand with all the above machinery exprl.Ith JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. 112 Pearl &,1l'eto York. and vouchers to the Honorable
Dr.KiSEELtft N. W.corner of Third and Union DIVINES' COMPOUND of them being well acquainted with the he Judge of Probate for the county of Billsoi -

f streeU. between Spruce and Fine.Philadelphia PITCH LOZENGE, the Cirin their line, they will endeavor to ough, as executrix and executor in right of

EIGHTEEN years of ettenslre and uninterrupted 17..are and pleasant remedy for COLDS gDen. laUsftlou. t all who will favor them. .X partnership for the purpose carrying on the other Southern Rice.. Sugar, Lumber Timber, and his wife of be estate of Thomas B. Fills eceaseJ -
Produce. Also
In this city, bare rendered Dr.lL Merchandise
the practice most expert peat and successful practitioner, far and Co UU II:,CROU?, WHOOPING COUGH, .\". August J852. above bUlloe and a prepared to make sales chased on most advantageous terms. June 19-ly pnr- for a final settlement of the aa"; and .
I.-t either at auction of the shall
or (one apply for atoll
THMA : If discharge said
an lungs left as execu
in the treatment of Lucases of a private enough are to sustain
near being an auctioneer.) Both of the firm are -
nature. Person afflicted with ulcer upon the life, JT. L. HOGARTH, fir JO8EI'U, cnicc,' Iris and executor.
with the of
merchant and citizens
body throat or leg, pains in the bead or bones A Certain Cure for Consumption Tin. Sheet Iron, Copper, Lead and Zinc Worker,, 01 acquainted, rives them the advantage of GENERAL COMMISSION :MERCHANT, ELIZABETH McGUIEB

mercurial rheumatism strictures grarel disease Soft r tkt Infant or the Invalid in any Staff JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. making ready sales of any good or merchandise 35 WATER ST NE JY.YORK. EUC.lrfz"'
arising from youthful excesses or impurities of the TI1EBODB.)
of weoJcnttr which be sent to them on consignment McGUIEB
i bloop whereby, the constitution bas become en constantly on band a good assortment maT their STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale feb t2-6m '
"The sentiment thai KEEPS give attention to making good Executor
consumption cannot be ,
feebled. are all treated with Iaooe&n. WARE, of bit own immediat sales.. articles of produce entrusted to his care, _
who places himself under the care of Dr.. cured has destroyed more tina than the disease which be offers on a* favorable maDuactur l-cit and patronage*from merchants T-ey would and respectfully tradesmen*o-ot ,and all orders promptly complied with. 4WM*\.M. _

may reTgously confide ia his honor u a gentle- itself-Dr. Want. purchased at any establishment of the ki Northor olDer cities, who to cell good in our market. April 24, 1812. tf AIL' PERSONS indebted 'to' the estate of
Dan and confidently rely upon bU skill as a pbysioIaL If any individual to be pitied and needs Sout He i* also prepared to abort Any business wis line will be attended Lafayette Stalf'ord.lale of BHIsborough

<: j Tatt part.iotJU xatitt. empathy, it is the coD.ampthe-al.a1' expecting in workmanlike manner, any article of to. thei promptly S. N. William, county deceaaedwill, please come! forward sad

Young mM wbe hare injured themselves by aeerUia to get well and yet the painful: evi- SHEET IKON,COrfEE, LED OK ZINC. GEORGE H. SMITH, COMMISSION "'tfERCHANT..JAcltsornu.z"l. settle lhe game, ard'all-creditorslegatees andpersons
indulged in-a habit
practice freqUentyleaned deuce decay almost 'makes the inner soul His motto is "quick and small "and JOHN W, PRICE. entitled to distribution
I, frees evil eempemioo or at whowH the. shrink with the outer flesh." harelips lc. pfitl. ., are hereby se
r: ecu of which are nightly felt even who asleep,and on the public t hi eor RCFEREICES M Reed, Fernandez. Blsbee'ftCo lifted to present their claims sad drataadaiome
'Some bloom as rotes bloom,and lire as row lire, STOVES of all always constantly on hand and for sale a gea
destroy both mind ad body should apply immediately. A .. from 01 ban R Boulter A Co, Samuel Williams. Atop A KDPS oral assortment ofGROCERIES for settlement e.,or before Ibelsr.tfsyef
: town
single morning ,
up. country thankfully andpunctually
Weakness and constitutional debility. Boston A Gnnby JA Frbroary 1633 or their claims "
Doa JaUJyWe ; will be forever
Of muscular energy.and physical lassitude and general Wliileothers in more mature life,-by some attended to. April 10, '51 t Mo C Goodall, Lh. AND PROvVISIONS barrrd. '

prostration irritability and all nervous affeetions imprudence a slight cold neglected,-in the 'JibnlWl ,Jan 10, l85L 'or THE lEST SELECTIONS; COLUMBUS

indine .. sluggishness of the liver, and hectic flash,-the painful cough. WOOD'SORNAIETAL t ,and win sell I them lower for eatk than they can be Tam Feb. 11 STAFFORD Ad'mr.
every disease la any way connected with the disorAr "The prints of their departing steps appear." IRON D. M'CUEN CO., bought elsewhere In the South. 3'.4jaTUSTRECEIvrD.A ,

of toe proereattre. fanetion cured, and full rl- Here WORK Next door to Fernandez Bisbee Co. Bay street Country produce takeu ia exchange, liberal,
CO reetorecL -, :- But is Hope I Ridge Rod, Philadelphia. prices.STOKE l large and elegsmJ. M.?
Bead! Youth and Manhood. A Vigorous Life Mr.WILLIAM DEV1NES the originator and Iron Lions, Greyhounds, Newfound .Jacksonville, Ha*\ corner of Union and Forsyte street,for. a Hams tShoulders Sides Lard, art BSBT.

or a Premature Death.-This book Jut published manufacturrroftbePjteh Losengennder Providenee land Stua beautiful designs and various STILL keep oa hand a general assortment ol merly owned and occupied by Mr.Ju Armstrong other uce.lar1artie1n for family us*;und Ar

IIlIled with uteful Information,on the iafirmatie ,WAS raised to perfect health by the use of sizes Iron Stairs spiral and on Improved GoO Groceries, Provision, Hardware, Jacksonville.Oct.25\1851. ly tol! b"___ (17( 3} .D. T.TITUS.A .
and diseases of the Generative Organs. It addresses also Iron .ti& CutefJ, A. to which they invite the '
these plans; a
Lozenges alone after he was .
pronouncedby RiD of their and the EW BOOK. ,
luelf alike to Youth,Manhood and 014 age.and 200 *. public Dollner & Potter -
a Physician to be almost dying with con. copIng upM Anything usually kept ia the geneUYr AND '
should be red by al/ ," will be sent to ant lr NAPOLEON 11I8.MARUALS-by tb e
sumption. IilcaUoDi can always be had at their and GENERAL COMMISSION) :T" Ueadley; ,Tfcle
The valuable advIce and impressive warnfag it part of the U are. C exam interesting work. ,
gives will prevent years of mwery and suffering, These Lozenges act beneficially on every part oct9ia mO ROBERT WOOD, Philadelphia in.____ Junei o 1.14 Front.street, 'corner Maiden Ltuu. vpttairi, beautifully bound i II ftr sale by -
thousand of Lires. of the and make and r C prS BELLECHA8&C A nlUGAN.
and save annually system, strength rigor : WHOLESALE AND DETAIL NEW .
Parents by readilllwill learn how to prevent take the place of weakness and debility, and fYLS, AND WINDOW GLASS. ,YORK, "
the destruction of their children. will in any ease where lungs sufficient are left \J PAINTS, Raw and Boiled. TIN, m A ft fJ Fjl CT, O B V, 17ILL attend promptly to business entrusted ': srana), .Brandy..Brmndj.

..*AToiaitta0eo of 25 cents enclosed In a letter. sustain life, check Ih'ulceralloD and raise Elephant Oi a superior article for lap 10 and 12 Barnard Savannah; 'Ga. <> to their care. 'Particular attention given to. 'A'NOTHER. supply of that Superior OH

.addressed to Dr. KIMTCEUN Ii.W.corner o the patient to heiltb. This i Is not an idle boast Castor ,' the sale Cotton, Lumber; Timber'and Tarpen-' just rec irrd.nd foraalo by "
Third and Uaiou eUeeU between Spruce and Pine tlo.. allo to the purchase of good ," Sf'p2 JORNU.PATN
book nor. this Remedy sent into the market without TannersOll. rpHE 8bibOVieP.Ct1kUY livltei'thepubllc *
Philadelphia wt11.IIIIIt'e. uader euetope.I (:Liberal advances made o*ooasigumeutSL.Feb .
return of mail. a thorough trial,* but has proved beyond a 40 boxes Window Glass, arte sizes. 1: bspeetlonofbl.stockof 21..1852. ,6m HOUSE FOR 9AMAS..

.P.riotsat distance may address Dr.K. by letter doubt that what has been asserted can be done. 400 ibs. best BleD '(Planished, Plain:and 'Japased Ha Won,' TWO 6t Frame'House -,

,A (.d.of)Medicines and be cured,Directions at home.Acforward "Wt mould not gram tnt bud of hop For.10 JOJLNM.PAYKB.ng ,for Cash, br which he Is .constantly' ,manufacturing. Person, Dying andKeacvating Establishment A situated IB ry pleasant part,of nearly the tow.*,,to, OB..*.

Packages You cannot earner M ripe fruit visiting,Savannah will do wQ to examine. .my ". SAVANNAH ferea at private sale-: Apply U -
C ed by fendisg a remUtaae and put up secure from II Druggist stock elsewhereTBathing 1J r:
damage or eurioeity. Druggist, prdol'to. trtet,"rut of the Court.Hnut -.
I I ,
Agent for Jscksouville and ; Shower Baths, ,Hip Baths,and
.BooWiUenXmApntl Fedlers,' Canvasses ridnity. r I Cooking, Parlor,and Office Stoves, 'ESTABLISHES IN 1831 TOUJJD.:A:Plank',Boat about"33*et lengv t.
All orders for these Dt. .
y and aU others sciildl.dwithth.abOvs work at rery Losinzes.inust & be: ad- VERY SUPERIOR lot of pJ and moet .l' feet.Beam and sharp and both osrfs'athooMrriggedV
dressed to C. P. A Seg&rs.'jud re- approved pattern* : Silk and Woolen Dresses,Shawls.Ta:
low rates HUNT. LADIES .
at the Drug and Fancy Store of Hollow ware, of every description'; ,, .Ac.,classed,and Dyed various co Tb w ereanMreherey proving prop
feb 30-Jy mu' 19-3m Darien Ga. oele and Tinned Sauce aae ry.YfDllllarrea i
ep JOHN,U.PAYNE. Pas Freservnig, Ion Ladies' Bonnets bleached and pressed in a ,
lug and of Wale ".Ac Ao. Cutlery and fashionable stylst,Kid Glove eleaned and Geutlo- '-. &JA8.L.CHJUSTOPBTX, -
", NOTICE. mURNZR'S 8AESAPAEILLA-ic two qt Letters on tie Climate,Boils and Productions of 6r Force Pumps:"Well Pumps;, *nen'sGannentacleaiiedVrenorated or dyed,as 41.24. TatVotlstandTTATER .)
'?rniHRTT Days after dote I will apply to tot X\ Bottles L,To wnnnd's doj.Avert Cherry PLpBLDA.rpHIS Beer Pumps, Wh.els.Bruastn.jPeFaacels.Uouphnp J required. All done ia the same style which may has PItOQJ'P.uU :. .

,>JL Honorable edge of the Circuit Uonrt of Pectoral; Balsam of Wild Cherry.-Just itoeived ,. Valve- 'JU., A*., -Copper, pnerally mec> pleased.my patrons and Mrndsersun Vv[ 'barrel best 'or_
Is for 'at t err4 free
work sale store .V5uality, *
Interesting the of ja r
: the Eastern Circuit ,of the State of Florida and form !. by J. PAYNE, J.1L at the ....office, Steam' and.Wa.,dispatch.Pipeaad, a other coppr-I >od.rat* jdrdcrs from the eouutrr and In* Jew York, by J_ .,. ,,

?1 far I...to sell the land beloogingte the Estate _1110 _- Dra rld. leRryJr1an work Also sale tenor of Oeorrla. Florida : .n* South Carolina .n -, 8. 1i ,
l' 1 on ,I ISIVES Uaa.Ua111recef.*a4PUUetaily attended tn.i.war2T.lY ... / '.
tt: otWmiam8.S1aAdl..IaLt of Alaebna county TEA TEAM Post Office Stamps will LUr and I .ALEXABDKR : ,
"j dc.wL THOMAS.P ZVATT1 < eon be .aallyrernltt.d by Ietterf.ao :MINERAL' PAINTS," .GALWWAY;" 4> 'tlItr Want.d.

""_ ", : Administrator by, TUST reeeired on extra fine ortie of,Green. and r ., re w prr'f1r.'q &; :*fe' ; ';. ,.POIASH-Just 'tcti. 4nc A'.tCQB.,oNc.IO )

r' :' -Jq;&td.Sf. WHIT 8MlTHAtty. J Black.Tea and for sale 7laaJ. JOB pSIrfiwo ,T:*, pound.' X'- ,- MAURICE.Sarannah t1 .LuJ foisaleby.fr10va : 'J,M.PAJNE, & ; breaches lo cf. Education, san ffasty loyea.a$S ,
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