The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1853
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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1.1 o tft11. Wayne one of those deep and,impassioned the air bland and elastic receiving tone her ia'bands of paly gold, and glistened furled at Constantinople they gathered, ::HI5WJ i otiIe.S -. "tea. '

attachment whieh once In while> break from'the Ka-born breezes that were wafted with mon lustre on her cheek,but her with their followers, from aH quarters of

Youth and Age. hi on the dull routine of every day life.The from the coast. Lelia stood' on the ramparts eyes, those large,,:loving* ,pensive*,blue the empire, and; rallying around the heir TRi Fntsr OCIAS Smva oraxWoxux

military character ia invested with a' her cheeks glowing with unusual eves, now half dosed! were fixed and of Mahomet secured to him an army of -About the year 1818, Captain

The following beautiful lines original!y peculiar charm. The military gentleman excitement g wild enthusiasts, such as few* 'enemies I Rogers, then of the city.of Savaaaah,

in the Etonian A periodical is generally graced with peculiarly attractive "Let me go/1 cried she to her husband, ., Captain," asTBtcred the expiring could resist From the confines of Nu suggested Messrs. ,Dunning Scarborough
appeared manners. Lelia yielded to their seducive whose arm was linked with hers., "Let Lieutenant "I womld,die happy, could I bia; from the furthest shores of the Per 0. Sturgea, B Borrovga*,'J..P. '

started about twenty years ago, by the .influence.; Her large,melancholy us go on horseback and accompany them. have saved_your wife. Oh" my Captain sian gulf; from the bills' off Kurdistanand Henry, Barn McEjnne, and other*, of '51
boys of Eton College. For truth,tender blue eyes were now illuminated 'with the It is such a charming /' -il is you who die." the plains of Arabia,'these indomitable this city, the idea of;cocttructisg

ness and melody they arc incomparable : light of lore. It was like the moonbeams "I cannot go,", he answered, "I am Clifford,'who had stood as if transfixed, warriors crowded/at the blast of the ocean steamer,' for plying between l&a .

1 often think e.eh shining on the mist of the valley, and obliged to remain at the Fort. I.wish I gazing on his slaughtered wife and,dying : Turkish trumpet, forming the finest body port and some other point ia Empe. :

tottering furorTbatUmpt.boatInlif.'td.orine, I transforming it to a silvery glory. could, for 'your sake, my Lelia. Ton friend here uttered a loud and bitter cry, of irregular troops in the world; and until These gentlemen'resolved to try. the. experiment .:

Ogee bon heart 'aa warm, Clifford pressed his suit with characteristic must be war of your confined and lonely and threw himself by the side of her, within the last"eeatury they were They purchased in DM city
M young ardor. With the frankness of a sol life. whom he would have died to ransom from invincible. But partly from the decline of New York, a beautiful sifp,Yell adap Y
As fan of We
And each ha a4 thoughts its dream M of joy dier, he declared his sentiments to Mr. "Ob,no 1"'she eagerly replied, "I nev- death ,He folded his arms"around her, of religious fervor among the Mahomedantribes ted u they supposed, to the 'pvrpeae. :i

& Tt.wm led pur ranan; Wayne, and asked 'hun for his daughter,' er should weary where you are. Il was. aDd cohered her/cold lips and cheeks with partly from the increasing power Allowing the,riggiag and other n Oiteanees (-
Commencing when the btuhing boy assuring him that i his love was returned, childish wish. Jt u past 'alreidy." kisses such:as '-j oy'Jle.er: knew/*"He which a thorough desdpliae gave to ,the forsailiafrto rtaafatBijf HefUs : ':'

flnt thrills at lovely woman's and that Lelia had authorized him to entreat The young Lieutenant approachedwith called upon her by every fond and endearing Christain armies, theJFurkish forces sunk her with steam,machinery :and'peitJHe 4 -" .,'
his sanction to their immediate his plumed hat in his hand,and addressedhis name, to look at him, to speak and first to an eqnality with those of their wheels. Her paddles were constructed so .
And each eomld ten bia talt of youth union. Mr. Wayne turned pale as he commander .f tell him that she lived. In,the midst of enemies,'and finally declined into a 'positive u to be capable of folding vp like ,aCm -

\\.14 think. its sees nncartUy of lore troth TUKVrepasBon. listened. lie liked,he admired the young "Let me escort your wife," said be. his frantic adjurations; the soul of the i inferiority. Mahmond, the father of and hud on deck beg-main shaft fearing

Than tale more before or ainee.Tc man, but he could net consent that his "I shall be proud of,the honor, and will brave young W'li _lard,passed into the presence : the present Sultan,thought to remedy this a joint also for that purpose. The wheel ;
*' they any eo M tell tender lay, daughter should leave him for the dark and ensure her safe return." 'of its God.' Oh 1 I for a mother's bosom by remodelling the army and. empire. house was made,of strong'canvas, extended

At midnight penned in classic shads stormy scenes to which his duty called "Shall it be so, Lelia?" said Clifford, on.which to pillow,his fainting head! Hence arose what is called, throughput on in'iron rim.

Of dayi more bright than modern day*- him to return. No! it was impossible.It looking into her now animated blue eyes, Oh I for a sister's arms, _to support his all the boundaries of the Ottoman empire, Her first trip 'across the ocean WM
And maid more fair than modern maids would kill her mother-it would'make and reading her answer there. "Go,then, frame I Bat the soldier's death pillow is the Reform. .t made i in twenty-two days between this .

himself unspeakably wretched. It must and make ready with all possible haste, the cold ground,and his,last sigh is breath. The result of this change has been to .point and Liverpool, in ,the year 1819.
Of vhinpen in swilling;ear not be. Lelia had been nurtured in the for the morning hours are,wasting. ed up to the heavens bending above him. break down all the old semi-independent When first 'described from the .British

Each Of kisses kiss each on blasting whisper, far cheek too;dear, lap of luxury. She had never known privation Lelia flew away with the joyous step of It is well. principalities, and to transform them into .coast,'she.was reported as a .ship on fire

Ou modem lips to pre or speak. or care. She was too delicate a youth, while Clifford commanded his riding We will not attempt to describe the an- mere departments so to speak, entirely at the mast, and moving without toils.
Of passions too untimely crossed flower to bloom in the camp, too frail to horse to be caparisoned and broughtnear. guuh of the unhappy Clifford. For timeit dependent on the Sultan. The old Pub- From Liverpool she went up the Billie,

Of passion slighted or betrayedOf be exposed to the unspeakable horrors of Lelia soon returned in a riding threatened to unthrone, his reason, sues instead of being governed by hereditary and while lying in the port of Croastadt!
kindred spirit early lost. Indian warfare. With tenderness and' costume, whose dark blue color setoff to heightened as it was by the bitterest re- ruler, born among the tribes and was saved from wreck,'daring a terrible

And buds that blossom but U fade; feeling,yet firmness and decision, he told peculiar advantage her blonde complex. morse. A dreadful task awaited him- acquainted with their wants are 'now storm, in which may ,vessels were lost,

Of beaming and tresses the youn man he never,never could consent ion, and fair hair. A: small black hat, to write to her parents and inform themof ruled by deputies, who are 'changed almost only by the assistance rendered_ by Iaerpddles.

Elastic frame eye and noble brow PI, to their union and begged him, as with black drooping feathers, was placed the mournful tradedy. This being every year, in order to prevent their Daring her stay at St. Peters-

And form that hare all pasted away, he valued the happiness of Lelia,net'eito I carelessly on her head,and brightened.by donehe felt as the criminal doeswhile, the acquiring influence with the people. Under burr, ,Alexander, Emperor of the Iron
And left them what we tee them now! seek her presence again. He demandedthe contrast, her transcendant fairness and doom he dreads is impending over him. the former system, the Pasha,though North, pleased with the norcl 'idea fja.

And U it thn*-U human love sacrifice of him, but Clifford would roseate bloom. Never had the dark* eye He expected,to.be ,looked upon in the a tyrant in his own district was interested steamship,' presented Captain JRogen
S. very light and frail a thing not promise what he felt he had power to of Clifford rested on her so lovingly, so light of a murderer, for had it not been not,to hit any 'one ,else oppress his two iron chairs;one of whiCh' the only .
And meat youth'brightest visions more perform. He could cot go without seeing admirably as it did after plating her on for him, Lelia might'still be warm with subjects. But under tbe present system relic left of the adventurous bark,)!now
Forever on Times restless wings* Lelia once more-and that meeting sealed the back of the spirited animal, adjusting life,and youth,and joy. With trembling there are a dozen officials who 'plunderand In the garden of Mr.Dunning,of.city
her destiny. Borne down by the weight the stirrups and placing the bridle in her hands he broke the letter which came in oppress, with-no one but the Sultan, and we hope win long be preserved aj an' :

Mist aH the eyes that still are bright of her love and sorrow,she rashly consented slender band, which he pressed, ere he reply to his communicating the fatal ti- a thousand miles off to befriend the vic honorable memento of one of the most important
And all the lip that talk of bliss. to a clandestine union. At the house relinquished it, with all a lover's ardor. dings. It contained no word of reproachno tims. Under the old system there was a enterprises of modern times. .

And an the forms*o fair to this sight } of a mutual friendwho imprudently promised "Lieutenant," said 'be, before givingthe language of bitterness It entreated hearty loyalty the heir of Mahomet, at On the return of the SavamaJk from

Hereafter only eome best to visions worth, secretly and aid, the ill-starred marriage signal for their departure,"rememberyou him to come back, bearing with him least in supporting him in war against her European trip; she was scat to Washington

Then If what at length are earths must lose them thus? was consummated, which made the have a precious charge committed to all that was left of the ill-fated Lelia-to Christian nations. Under the present City, where she was sold and few

If all we we ralae most on earth loving and affectionate Lelia an alien your care--guard it with all a soldier's come and ..take'a son's place in their system,there is nothing of this loyality steam machinery 'removed. For ,yfars

Ere long mart fade away from a'fQiscrIlancous. from her father's roof. Mr. Wayne,justly vigilance." darkened home and sorrowing breast felt, but the defence of the throne is com afterwards she plied as a packet 'between
incensed, refused to pee his disobedient "I will guard it with my life," said the Captain Clifford obtained a furlough, mitted to mercenary troops. The former this city and New'York, under the 'coa-

child, but the invalid mother yearnedover young soldier, with a bright blush and a and fulfilled the wishes of the mourning armies of the Porte were.the most magnificent maud of Cant.,Aldrich ; and 'was finally

her lost darling. In',,her husband's beaming smile, little dreaming that he parents. It was a sad meeting, but reconciliation irregular troops in the world. wrecked and went to piece on the .hjtcjc

A Tale of the Land of Flowers.aT absence, she sent for her daughter, who was uttering the words of prophecy. born of sorrow, made it hal The present army is the wont of the disciplined of Long Island.
wept in agony on her bosom, when she II Captain Clifford stood watching the lowed. armies of Europe.No From this brief account, fell authenticated
CAB&JTE LEI BESTZ."Oh saw: how much her desertion had added to party as long as it was in sight Lelia Embalmed by the tears of her young doubt the Turkish empire was held by historical records and by individuals

the ravages of disease, on that pale and was mounted on a milk wh:te horse,Lieut. companions, the remains of the murdered less firmly in band,'by the Sultan, under now living, :it win be perceivedthat

So sad* seldom so Under bare,yet we ac beard true a"Ule. gentle face. Mrs Wayne forgave and blest Willard on a black one. Again and again Lelia were deposited in her native soil. the old system for the semiindependentprinces the' city of Savannah !U justly: entitled I -

The incidents we are about to relate are her, committed her to the care and mercyof I Lelia looked back, kissing her band to Remembrance of her fault was lost in pity were continually rebelling. ,No to the credit of originating far 'the
. fray but the feelings of delicacy induce her Heavenly Father, and suffered her her husband and gaily smiling. When for her untimely doom. They could doubt the army 'was less efficient than world the enterprise of steam navigation

to, throw a veil around them, by substituting to depart. i he could no longer catch a glimpse oilier.' not speak harshly of one who had expiated when all other nations had only irregular of the ocean.' ,Not only had the cxpiri*
TJS fictitious names. This is all the The parting with her sister was another [: black plumes waving in the breeze of her disobedience by her life. troops also.. But it is thought, by those ment never before been tried, but it will

fiction connected with the eletch. bitter trial. She began 10 realize the f! morn, he turned away with a sigh. "Had I only forgiven her!1" was the best calculated to judge ,of the subject, be recollected, that u late'aa the .Tear .

Emma and Lelia Wayne were two strength of the ties she.was sundering. She "Should any evil befall her," thought burthen of the father's heart. "Oh I had thaVthe changes. introduced by Mahmoud ; 1837, the celebrated Dj. LarfaeresdecT. {
understood for the first time the metaphor be, "I never should forgive myself r I onrty forgiven ter!" I hare not strengthened the State"especial, I ored ta prove.that it was iajpraotkahleMay ,-
Llue-eycd girls just
lovely fair-haired of the bleeding heart. Could he but pee suffering her to depart. But impossible.The I 1 ly as against foreign foes. The cohesive our noble State but born of the

blooming the favorites into yoman of nature and They of fortune.seemed her father, only see him, herself unseen, Indians are driven from this vicinityand The Fading of the Crescent power of the Ottoman empire is gone.- Thirteen, prove herself well worthy of
merchant she thought she would feel comparatively she is nobly guarded." The enthusiasm that made its tribes, so the past enterprise* of her children!
Their father,a affectionate wealthy and was one happy, and she did see him thus. But In tEe meantime Lelia went on her The intelligence from Europe forbodes diverse in peace, one in war, has departed. [SatamuA Garter. .

of the most He indulgent of instead of feeling happier, her anguishwas way rejoicing, thoughtless of danger and disaster for Turkey. The concessions Formerly it'was a real thing, a nb- .t
iiis parents in the world. was and proud increased by.ier remorse. He looked exhilirated by exercise. The young Lieut made to Austria by the Sultan,instead of stantial fact, that great Mahometan federation General Taylors,Grare. :

fair, sweet-faced daughters, remarkably they I so pale, so sad, *o stern looked as if chained her by dwelling on her husband's propitiating the Northern powers appear Now it i.neounterfeit fair with .
were proud of him. He was a he could never smile again. What an praises, which were music to her ear. only, by revealing the weakness of the out, but within utterly strengthlcss and A correspondent of the N. Y. QUentrwtites
handsome man: and generous qualities and ungrateful return she had made for his Then he talked to her of his mother and Porte, to have furnished pretexts for new decayed.If i as follows,OB a subject which ooght
diffused their
of his soul
forsaken sisters till her overflowed at the remembrance aggressions. The Russian embassy it is these ideas correct the Turkish -
his Their moth- tenacr, his guardian care! She had eyes arc to be of national interest::
lustre over countenance. the of She of her own. said, talks in the most threatening man empire cannot last and must 'soon
confined him for stranger a day. very i "To reach ,Gen.
and : Taylor's grave
XT was an invalid, constantly AH Willard drew bis ner. The ostensible subject of complaintis I succumb to its weakness.' We incline you
and had left the snide of her youth. Yet at once, young own must wind ;about' aDd .
but her through bj-aJlr
to her room, gentleness piety I ,even ia the midst of her sorrow and remorse horse nearer to hers, and bent his car in a the Church of Jerusalem. But the to think that this is the true state ,:
Heaven before small encfceareoa
made her chamber seem nearer the house.- j she exulted in the mighty sacrifice listening attitude. They were passing a real one, all arc agreed, is that Nicholas of thecase. The Sultan is'doomed. Between the finally mPcf stop a kQl ia aa a opem field ssrroaadedby ':

tbanjmy othCt'apartmeutin :she was making on the alter of love., It dense thicket and he beard a kind of hissing wants Constantinople. the secret hatred of his Christain rude stone wall :
moved these a andjastoatbeother
Whefever breathed they of love youngjsrls anddiffused was for Clifford she was enduring a fath sound, which vas immediately followed Meantime the London Times, always a provinces, and the indifference and alien- side of that waIl"; will see a -
an atmosphere very
it around them as they moved. er's just resentment-it was for Cliffordshe by a fierce, savage whoop. shrewd diviner of British opinion gives ation of his Moslem ones; between the plain 'vault, -with a front,of' lunrrtone .,'
mother and Lclia struck with deadly fainting, the Ottoman empire virtually to par comparative inefficiency of his as
had I was leaving a loving ten up army rocks roughly hewn sad iron door '
the eldest sea .
Emma, a brighter eye ;
friends and threw her round her horse's neck tition. All the "thunderer" asks is that now organized and the comparative' superiorly
'der sister-home, fortune, arms ,
bloom than her sister. Her and tJa will be told feds) tomb of <:-
and a deeper she loved him the dearer for the costly and buried her face in the flowing mane. British trade, in the Orient shall not be of the Russian forces; between the code famous you General Zachary Taylor ,' '
smile was more joyous had, her step more price she paid for his love. Young Willard sprang to the ground with restricted. It must be confessed .that Western Europe growing daily more indifferent President theUnited States of America., .

clastic had and her of voice those a gayer countenances tone.Lelia It was the first time she had ever been the speed of lights r, and taking Lelia these arc ominous signs for the heir of Ma to his fate, and Eastern Europemore No monument has ,been erected to his .
one is remembered a traveller. Born amid the magnificent from the saddle, tried to place her in the homet. Never, since the crescent rose in eager to compass his downfall tie memory. His same ha not eYeD been '
which with once thrill seen of sadness ton. It scenery of the West she had a vivid per ammunition wagon, 'were she could be the heucn has it seemed so much like heir of Mahomet has no choice but to inscribed oa his vault In:the create of ; J. .
forever, a ,ception of the beautiful and the sublime.At sheltered from ambushed fire of the fading Many far-seeing statermcn believe yield up his fair capital, to cross into the small yard there ss auBB- ,
is said that face is either a history grave >
every first eke was incapable of doing anything Indians, who were now rattling their shot indeed, that its hour has come. Asia and to retire at last to the deserts ment erected to the of fek father, .
or a prophecy. Lulus was mournful a prophecy.She loving but look back, through blindingtears from the thicketShe had fainted from They argue this, not less from the immense from which he,emerged. Even Abd-ul- CoL Richard Taylor memory a revolutionary sol ..,'_'
bad large,languishing, and in his physical of ,Russia,. than Mejid be the Boabdil of theOrientFkiladdphia ,
that looked wistful-I on her native city and its picturesque terror, lay a helpless weight power may yet .J ." >) .
melting eyes up I surroundings as the boat glided down arms. Before he could reach. the wagon, from the religious aspect given to the dispute Bulletin '
Iv thron:h' lone lashes, darker than her Five Gen. Taylor was the :
maintain years age
death wound her by They that
toe noble flyer, on wboscgz ssywaveaahe she received a in bosom,i & ; ,
then if fearful idol
of the aatioa
bait, suddenly drooped as had looked down little and he fell wounded and gasping by her tbe fall Turkey is at hand, not only be- ,
BO >
they revealed too much of what was pas- many years enthusiasm fires its Look Ont for the Womth.e' II :.
she would float its side. cause a religions '10'
Her mouth dreaming over azure >19 Fanny Fern ia a rambling J c-
in her heart. was very ; '
sing but a shade of melancholy hovered bosom a discarded daughter clandestine The soldiers, in the meantime, discharged Cristain assailants, but because there exists genius of the Cleveland Flaindtaler half to," and half .about the French Ern: ':
bride. For time she could think a volly on the sheltered no longer in the Ottoman armies anycountervailing :
a only savages
around its,roses. A redundance of flaxen s enthusiasm for is about t as profound as "Seth stokes press Eegente, says: urn give yon permission *.
of ail the was resigning, but youthful which,probably sent them to deeper Mahome-I line
hair always simply and gracefully arranged the who knew how to the my dear to.drop me a sow
danism.: Utterly decayed : man manage
ceased their ,
and for firingleav
she covert t
feelings are transient soon old
gave and then when geode a ia .
softened the outline of her painfully Hear him your
'tie of :
The herself up to they of the present moment ing behind two youthful victims to their overpowered without, kingdom I women. asleep 'or closeted with some"of WI eta
interesting face. expression could look may while hope spanned with rte arreis- indiscriminate vengeance- Thank Heaven! Abd-al-Mejid totters to its fall. "Young man'1 keep your eye peeled ';vow' aid tell XIe yogi.iit tha '.: .
seem strange; but DO one that she born upon to cid the clouds of the future., Arrived at that intimidated by the fierce defence of :Fora long series of years it has, been when you are after the women. If you of all their French grandeur, and log> '.;
Lelia without feeling was her her new home,the charm of novelty threwan the soldiers, they had fled,without daringto the policy of Russia to represent herself bite at the naked hook,'you are green.- drop regal robes'and slip oTaee&-.. -
As .
your ,
lore and to suffer too deeply. yet of all the various tribes attractive?
the dress form
illusion over every.object. The Fort, approach with the terrible scalping protector professing II a pretty or to dim old wood where eels
and some yott y ,;:
for love suffering were undeveloped
capacities while shielded whkh her husband commanded. had a knife. The remains of the lovely Lclia the Greek 'religion. She has or a pretty face, even? Flounces, boy, your soft cheek to the cod pas: :tied feear ...,", -
and BO tenderly sublime in her with the star- were spared this awful desecration. She taught them to look up to her as their reDO sort. of conseauences., A prettyfaCe..iD
it seemed impossible for aspect eyes, only the little birds sing t Hy.Base it ,,;
by parental care, spangled banner ,floating from its walls. was, insensible' when die received the friend, and to her Emperor as the civil grow old. .Pmhril11rUh. cC Fanny Fern Highnese and -.. t
eorrow or disappointment approach with. The martial music, how,inspiring it was t '-- and passed unconciously patriarch; of their .faith ,The Turkish The sweet smile of the flirt will give way ther information,your. ,nqp&etTa wf :
you may -4
Uig tingJnf1ueD The soldiers with their measured tread the shadowy confines,of the spirit"rld. dominions in Europe are the especial seat to the scoul of the termagant- The neat eaa of ia' "
)r. "Wayne did not wish or expect to all of these Vast territories, will be into dirty calico.:- procure, any tody M. >Evtt& ."-
and respectful bearing, she loved to gaze She suffered the agonies ofaeath when intrigues. politically form pitched Slates fortlry all txow '.
I dcntf \:
'tceep his daughters from marriage, but be ,especially! when they gave the grace the horrible yell first bunt'upon her ear. .subject to the. Sultan, secretly Another'and a far'different bciag will take Aa*'Ido- ort* atytncn -

said be could not be parted from them.- upon(military salute to her gallant h sbaDd.e In, thai moment, ,father, mother, sister, reader spiritual allegiance to the Czar, the place of the lovely'goddess who smiles minis VtyatlfFThe -. -. '..

Their mother health .was too delicate to loved the _morning reveille and the native home,dearly-beloved l remembered and frequently break :out into' rebellion and eats your'sugar candy The!! coquette territory"of Mexico,' which l, L.rn .3 oJ,;-t
ear the shock of,separation Whoever evening serenade, and,in'her'enthusiasm, scenoes all arose before her with life-like against the Porte, through hopes of Rns- will shine in the kitchen corner, and with in 1821 usorojbd to two h feusfeed a4 <; :\.

'should wia the treasure of their affections' thought she never could grow weary of a vividness; then her husband,'.standing on sain aid, (not in consequence of positive the'once.sparkling;eye aadbeamiag countenance sixteen tlun 4nd learn hashes /-i
must consent to live. near the shadow, of military life. the ramparta'waving his hand in token assurances'of it. ,The, zuunber and :violence C will look daggers at yon- Beware I reduced '& equate Qua ball thai ,1+
before ,less nil(in I. : y
the parental root It was not long Shew nothing of: the' wild Indians of adiev with a beaming smile-then the of these insurrections is continually "Keep TOOT eye peeled, boy,whenjou Tire foreign dH> which to 1W1 iffem.eanrf ': ".
Emma' married promising young who infested the borders and grown fear- dreadful:conviction that it was, :the'; ;last on the increase: ,Like the. shivering fits, are after the women If the-tittle deans k.t'dews far*IN "

lawyer and was established in home.elegant leu by unmolested. :tranquility, entreatedher glimpse of life and love,that".would,,ever, that seize:the patient,ia the.last stages of cross, and scolds 'at. her' mother, In"the' a' ,4wo by eyphert millions, of dales., '.TWrtTrtnne 1 '._y
mansion ,contiguous, tofu: She then all 1 nesL' certain diseases they recur more frequent, backroom be tare :..
husband to let her roam in the-wood be. hers-- -- was; / you may jtm the 'same' wriei ] .
cell with sai fAs
waa happy*and her Ert to re be happy in for the ,wild, flowers, :which,.had..givenlama .The'horses which'had borne Lelia and 1, u the hour-of dissolution' approaches, particular ju*- aH around the house. from twenty mOHoaj-;<* deBstts';4t .. :
>Xhistauon, and.L pTtoo until under the convulsive throes the she Unites when'found at the-\h T-
she r
{ to.the luxurious region ia;,which \7illard;dispossessed of their riders rush half.that sum :'tli&** elfin ,wi* r:
bat the felt as if a stranger had comebetwoesbesrasaAdhoeoui'campanioa of now dwelt' ; Thi>V however, he constantly ed'back to'tbe Fort: Clifford read a tale system U being racked to pieces;end Turkey with ben eteeves rolled op, l be n* that 1880 moss ietrmMe4K* iijghif y..'Ae> tt.
; allowing berto beyond of in their saddlesiad loose succumbing to death- The Ottoman she is of, the dish-rig anstcxs cy. little mad '
be to refused, never go- Jbprror empty available men. i* aew:nyMMMpt .
fier could
jier jootb.< sister aerer the limit of.the,Fort,unprotected by.his flowing bridles.b Mounting'$ ;and he empire in, Xurope 'would appear, in breccliog"and a great dealltetesense.} If theottJltr+ ..:: *
beg what sbe has before, *nd she sighedat ben to its close.- girl who ksbws 1i."tR
view to tencCag a bat ,
the of the fa you marry 'nothing
rode with
that Emma loved another presence. peed, an eagle to ] sided tbL, t itaf peter ; C:
the thought It was atrangeito see this young and Ulipot"-,- ,The uarfortuula dlaa its It is worn out disorganized, diseased inemrj to commit woman jaUagfcter :npon the tod with G uSa4 a:Aaaa.' 'TraJy her ;= .

better than femelfc became lovely.female; ia a rude.Fort, surrounded livedj'thougb life was'fast ebbing iwIj. limb. Wtalone,it would perish.Aualed piano> ,you have got the poorest piece of condition U'piuMa.L .
Just at this time.* ofSoer acquainted by;officer!and folc/: 4 aUjthfl; rough He was supported in the arms of the'soldier by a powerful!it will Drove too music ever. got np.: Find one"whose.nnuiis '. '*:
with a ad gallant with weak; to resist and 'd die even before'itaWoe and then in.' :don't '
young right pdeh 'B
amidfhf ,
the."land tof flowers" paraphernalia of tar;, Shq aoved ,;whe gazed alternately on spale : leaneden "JOBC Wi' -Mier.IIII ''
ia ,
,f terek gathered, ; ,There 'group*like,,an_aofcl!Beat tormiooster fare and altering features, and.the beauteous = be;,hanging round like a ,aheep-Uuef as &I"--.u a tJ',,.,
blooming fca boa ytinthfuLbrow...ehln1r1 1 his to their ruder natures, andjbad.danger -"body reclining Dear ,,,Nj'iat,aspect v This'epiaiaa :gains the more strength thOUh'yemlwere'aahamedM be teen'in I.a 1. .' .r.l'_ .. 1 1 ;. j:
wal h grace,a pl1at1; threatened harlot a JDID.ktw hare tacfc'for<.young andador.ng hat iand! when the,ehange% which> the" late Sultanr the cfa- ;tt wJk. fix ehiekat mei,erisnz tlqj..wa- LaI& .=
of i
aanoera that chamed Jk:Lelia.xallhba imagination. i We.YiU died ia lies deface*. "JUas.*t..alas li; that There she lay-1 his i fair,'* yeang & made' in,the organization"of the, empire, to the dough pile,:ed"&farts"'< !-s fl.wi16c.f8IIt'4 ) ittitm=
die romantic Mid tender fins af whom he had land from her hbmiinlj.ta.betbs bogie to'be 'taken'into vfewr; Formerly.lheOttoB like a man" tatioDL.Bh fainted .
:, Clifford,not wishing to pakeuse ,danger BO .. sra :,:., ,-victim ," .'J emaa'aath n*: i :wait the. feudal 'Iii tPio
li were makiagto :
; lei his raft naaA. 'Be wa*returning to One send morniagpr6paTaUoiu of aisamtaitoit toa,. Jfo mark of violence, was eWer. .f ftI.. of hereditary princes .etch s ..A l'mer'tft61:: eit leis JawbuMer..eiJecl .= Aitaii* k ,1t.
; his post ba the frcmtkrs,where,vithnua other Fort aqBaiiittjr. Idtust;WIB rd noblood pbzcdfrom ihewound.wkri t --. ..'.',,,set-brave' tribes, which by the'elerk. of s& meet recently boo.: : .
:. Ibers effei brt6 coixolmoeQ, dfnidefenobng.the border from"|heSepredatiooa and |atertfibgafic' '.1 rr. ; ere from her head, aid lay "with*,broke* iathcir*.! st territories the oaar _wi.iMe"t J tW""' Jil" 1

{ of that red ana;dspgeronsad pods escort tioii him, '.bOat* f'vt* festhersy on the ground/ Her ,Jo/fail ,.a: semi-independence; Bat *whenever t w.i subject the eranif;ind that caused not oely"a* wela'eO.Nor. r'. ,'

Young protracted Clifford varfafeif" conceived l for 'Lelia"- The morning; S7 was clear is Di resplendent, bairloosencd, and flowing streamed around the banner of the cia was un E.the batter to shrink ironic it I but rather better < ,,

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Rail Road Meeting\ Mall between,New On i a'ij-.andrKey8 '\' hazDEQruL- .. B1'.ZCTIONaE'I'tB'f1.:- a half doictTstorcs,'acd| |convenience Internal Improvements.
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.'."' !- "'"*- WEST. ,,*",'! At a meeting of the citizens of Hcrnan- : their thither in search of the delightful JACKSONVILLE, FLA. )
The.'F1oridian'is i indebted to Senator election way
the Presidental
of of the last -
do, held at Desoto, Ucrnando county, on returns April 20th 1853.
climate: and the restoring aroma said f
for the intelligence ,
Wednesday the 6th inst., to consider the Mallory subjoined) .gratifying ,,which,foots.up %s follows!, ,_ .1''U tdc.EdaorojtA.l 'aasr __ ...,
woods '
the of thai almost
*nrt j ctof building- from some ::' ". '. asagtD For Pierce. 1,585,545 to existamong pine ;

doable poiat otUheStr! Johns River .to SENATJ CHAMBER, April l.J,,1853.lttor Scott,,. ..> ? : 1,3 83, 73 unknown _.land Florida. Then i :SIR : Feeling interested i jza a pim' ofInternal
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rillLiit-L t 23,theoflteiioo' & of Florid fan k.louriitil: Hale *. V 1" :#7,295 Jacksonville might number a:population, ] 5 Improvement'" which has been

in.thotlci! $h boihoodblTampiay" ;' Iron: ", DEAR SiR"Thc contract for the mail l' all told, of some eight hundred souls; then suggested, :and LavIng: at theseencsi'of

]:; J. Knight was called tu the chair,and. service in steamer, between Ncw. Orleans Total'1'ote- 3,126,414 two steamers week from Savannah some of the parties advocating it, under
JlTC-'Pelerson, Esq:, requested to act aactretrye and Key West, toucbingat. the several i per
Herald to
York figures
intermediate named in the The N. says used 'enliven our solitude with their give seat :attention"I ;take:
I' points published f
.bThe Chairman its ,a few pertinent re- notice! of the Post Office ;Department, do not embrace the'CQli rotd of ihe c 1Ul.try'and'that Ishnn whistle,while an occasional schooner the liberty of addressfog you a letter upon

mukaezpWned-tlioobjectof ;theincet was thiadaygiven to)Ir.Samuel S. Green J u C.K: -(O.NSaturdaYunruiADrll23.1853.) : V tL L E.; the actual returns show the would Be wafted lazily on Our waters, the subject-'believing it will be the best

iDig,;wheshpn., t oton| .a committee' .of,four, cf Xew Orcansat) $26,000 per annum,and : following result: I in search of',a freight from oar solitary way of\bringing);it to the notice. of the
s' 'tor wcMrc: ':and busis I _have been notified, thereof. -"
appmntcw officially
report For'Pierce dem. 1,607,723 public.
,, mill l of oak cedar far
l steam, or.a cargo ; or
s jor jliQ Action cf, the, meeting; the The,service will commence immediately, resid Dt. '
} :! Death of the ITlce- Scott,whig 1,386,934 This plan is the construction of
in the wilderness., .That is what Jacksonville acixiL-:
h said committee and 20th -
'lrmatt ppoiatcd .on say from the, 15th instant, in Webster ,Unioff AMg7,436; I up
%!< ,'r fc rtEi. t. MT! Edward] the steamer: James L. Day, which, I learnhas We learn' from passengers arrived by Hale, free-soil; abolition, '155,940 was three.years ago-and now for from,. ,Lake Newn&n. to Orange Lake t fmiles

y 'Janies2V.Boyct! : and J.:I*.Braacli. ,The been put in thorough; order: for this the j steamer Florida from Charleston onWednesday Goodell abolition, 72 the Jacksonville of, the 'p Cent. The -thence to the Oclawaha r river at

1 jcoimnittcc' retiredu1d after- ;Qeli1>cni onlCP9rtcd purpose. Much day has taken place i ithe in : .last. ,'that,WILLIAM R. KlJfO, Troup, State rights,. 2,300 population of,800 hundred has trebled in or near Fort Brooke; 7 miles-and to
x' ? the .following resolutions, which commencement of ,this service from j
or''thcf isdead. Broome, natives ,475 number. The and clearances clear out the Oclawah from Fori'Broo1.
were1 Jcmison Viec-Prtsident! United 'States, entrances : :
wad.:and,on motion" JDr,, the failure of the,first contractor to obtaina '
rtaken: by r Actions! and unanimously< ) adop- suiteolc boat' ; ,but I.trust. it will now be .There is no acdount of his death Total rote, '3,162,890The of steamers have been doubled by a line to the St. Johns river.

'tad. 1 ; permanently established. The benefits in out exchanges, but fron', the late' reports vote in'November last, 'although opening a direct communication with Lake Newnan is about two .feet) ber
.;;'J.:;r rf )l' SOIrCTtlS s: which this line will confer upon the people of his failing'.heat, we have no Charleston. 'In place of the occasional! than the Alachua 'Savanna or Prairie,
several States the
full in was
{t; ,esrfr f,.TbatitM'tho: !Kcnse of this of the Southern Coast,and indeed up- doubt of the truth of the melancholy in- not ,increase schooner;,oar.wharves are'fined with vessels and about nine feet higher than Orange

.lq eQtingx \l. W'Construction ;of: a rail on the State generally, earn hardly bo overestimated tclligcncc.} ., '" largest! ever thrown. It exhibits an discharging- and receiving- merchandise Lake. When the rains are heavy Lake

, #vafroni4ome clegibla point on the. St. .290,894 over that of the precious ,
Joana riverjt;; to'some elcgible pointon the The Senate will probably) adjourn on Presidental election, in 1848.RAILROADS and our harbor continually dotted Newnsa overflows and discharges the surplus

;gulf ia'the,vicinity of Tampa Bay is prac- the close of the: present week, and I shall ltd- Oar thanks: are.tendered,to Sena-
ticable/and! may with:proper effort on tho )leave Itcre en' the Ott'instant\ ; but I tor Mallory 1 for a, copy'of the Report of anchor. In place of the solitary steam Savanna where it remains, having no

'.,. ,part of those immediately interested,. boaccomplished. hope,.before. doing i so, to be able to communicate the Select Committee of the Senate in the ,mill, wc' have'about a dozen in full operation outlet.A .
in the
'. the views of the administrationupon "A Friend of Improvement"
I ( case of,the'Florida contested election,and the with their canal at Lake Newnan
tho removal of the Indians from the flanking town smoky commencing
t .;uJiesohed: ,,ThsAtbis i is!, alike! the .interjcstand documents thereto. last Republican, iu a very good article
.: flaty.of South and East Florida, to State.: I have carefully and fully laid other relating. about Railroads,ask if the Middle Florida bannersand; making the air tremble with with a depth of four feet, and ending at

unite t heartily their tnfryttXf influence, the whole subject before the Presidentand 1nECAnt'n: ; :=The Washington ti&ongays in favor of a Convention at their din. Jacksonville has become the Orange Lake, even at nothing, would, of

and ')1."m, and take hold of this great the Secretary of the Interior, and it the foundation people arc lumber mart par excellence of the South; course, divert the flow of water from the
at' and with determination will be taken up so soon as others whichare there never. was slightest some central point to dctcrmin some matters '
rfuterprizc once beside her eveu.Wilthington is now in the Savanna, leaving it continually dry.
: 10;persevere at all bazzards, and With unroiuttting now pre sing upon' their attention for .the assertion that there wag :a in relation to the several contemplatedroutes ,
' g and united rfyonr! to prosecute shall: be disposed! of The President want of harmony: the Cabinet, and reports through the State. shade. The entrances and clearances in This would reclaim aOOn'.I6'ooo acres
the obligation on the this trade alone of f ; vessels is of the best land in Florida.
,the work.to speedy completion. promply recognizes resignations and changes are en- We publish the proceedings of the seagoing ,
j ". :\Resoletd, That the citizens of Hernan- General Government to.remove them. some six or seven hundred per year. We Orange Lakeabout 10 miles in length
t ; tirelYlIntrue.s we expected. Railroad at De Sob, in Hernan-
:j 1 dQ county stand ready to aid and assist Very respectfully, : meeting recollect that several years ago, it was is 50 feet higher than the gt.Joan river;
: in the, accomplishment of this great Yours,ct-c., GnAnA I'8 )IAOAZNFThe do county, recommending a Railroad Con-
: S. IL MALLOlir.m : May published, by way of a boast, in one of from this lake to the river Oclawaha, it
1 that their fel- Ocala in
it vention next
{fork,whenever appears at July .
r 'jflWa citizens of other counties who are number of this excellent Monthly is received I 1 our local papers, that the archives of the is proposed to cut a canal sufficiently wide

,} equally.interested' will fully cooperate'with Another Outrage?; on an American Vessel.It and i as usual, filled with highly INFANTICIDE.-The body of a dead infant Custom House showed the export of seven and deep for boats to ,transport the produce

. .Jben.n .,' interesting matter. Graham, it will be was found on Monday morning last, millions of feet of lumber from the St. of the surrounding ,country to the

I Resolved,'That we propose a convention is stated Otis of that Bath while the the ship 31st Harriet ultimo, rememberedgnc UncleTom'sCobin rathera floating on the water, near one of the Johns, including Live-Oak and Cedar.- Oclawaha, or St.Johns. This canal would
Captain on ,
of ho Citizens of East and South :Florida ,
. { (assemble- : in Ocala the first day of, was running from Double Headed Shot rough reception, for which abolitionists wharves of this town. The body, with a Now two mills will furnish this quantity. reclaim about 10,000 acres of first class
Jo on
Julynext; for the purpose of ,proposing Keys, she was fired at by Her Britannic threaten to forsake it, and this fact alone quantity of shot, and several different N. of sawed yellow pine, and the aggregateof i lands. The greater portion of the lands

and adopting such measures as may be Majesty's steamer Derattatum. The should commend it to Southern favor.ANTISLAvEnY York papers, but all of the same date, the river business will, we think, fall: through which these canals would Tan/

..calculated. to promote harmony and Captain of the Harritt hoisted his colors The, II were bundled up in an India. rubber coat. not short of fifty millions of feet. The belong tolndividnals: ; the balance of them
citizens and and hove the maintop sail aback. LITERATI
unanimity among onr steamer, after steering several different The evidence in the matter,which is only developement of this one resource of Flor- to the State. It is believed, also, that a
hands for the attainment
:thereby strengthen our
and told him Mrs. II. B. Stowe having made a most circumstantial is sufficient to create the ida has almost miraculous .of valuable land
of the great object undertaken. courses! came up (Captain given a impetus largo savanna belongingto
Otis) "he should send his boat on board." successful bit in turning the pennies that not member of and rank her the State and 'South
Itcsoh-ed, That this meeting appoint su picion acme one, a to our town, we now as lying of OrangeLake

:thirteen delegates to attend said conven- Captain Otis replied-""I do not care from the superabundance of negro philanthropy this community, is guilty of the deed the Queen City of the Peninsula. What might be reclaimed: by cutting

Uonyas; _:Representatives of this county insaid whether you do or not. The steamer which exists in such plentiful II may we not expect when other equally short canal to unite with the main one.
did send her boat with two officers in her
The editors of the Charleston
!convention.'Retired and demanded her went below quantities at tho North, by the publication great resources are brought bear-when.. The main canal would hem in far grand
That tho of thismeeting papers; Courier will thanks for
proceedings accept our a pack
and searched the and detained her of Uncle Tom's Cabin, is induced to the rich of Nature and would reclaim veins
be published in the Florida; Mirror ship, stores are opened to II artery, by or
of late Northern received
tho:.Florida News and the Florida: over an hour, with a ten knot breeze. try her hand again at the same dirty age papers, by man ? As entrepot" of the East--as, : the branch canals, much of the swamps and
.. the Carolina.
Republican.The work. Her Key to The Cabin has accordingly portal of the magnificent St. Johns, the savannas lying in the vicinity of it; and

.:t ,,, following are the delegates to attend Spiritual Intercourse. : madcits appcannce,and thoughwe e A negro man III belonging to Sir. destinies of Jacksonville are fixed. She will, in its whole extent, bring intoacon-
convention aOcaIa: on the first of have the book-it
: not seen new not '
I July next,.to wit: : Kcv. Chrrles Beccher, of Newark, before Charles Summers, of this town, accidental cannot retrogade. She can scarcely falterin I dition for cultivation lands sufficient to
for latitude
intended this
}, F/H. Kderington, Capt. Lykcs, the Brooklyn, Association, coacludcs: being circulation in fell from a flat into the river on Thurs- her astonishing march of improvement. ; produce over 100,000 )heads of sugar

i. I IB ;J. Knight, Dr. Alexander, L.The rappings not Impostures. -we are nevertheless, enabled to day last, and was drowned. Her fortunes are the fortunes of East -worth four millions of dollars.

f t i JaL- JUrancb, 31. C. :Peterson, IL The facts are not accounted for by form some opinion of its character and III i Elorida, and there are few, very few, of This work, in connection with clearing
the action of electricity or magnetism. aims from the from it ina SACOL.\-The sailors belonging
:' P. G. Wall lengthy extracts
'Dr.J1tJP: those croak who will .
1 J and most disposed to out the Oclawaha from Fort Brooke to theSt.
III. Nor by the involuntary unconscious to of the vessels in the harbor
J jJL-Taylor,. s. IcC rty, Philadelphia ; one war ,
i mental action of .still in paper pretend to say that the course of this no- Johns, a distance of 30 miles-will jt
ColhockheaxtA.. Clark, persons lately committed some disorder in Pcnsa-
Southern born have lived in
;.. ,; '. and John Eubanks.: the body.IV. care ble portion of our State is not to be on is estimated, cost not exceeding $70,000
To that disembodied spirits the South all our l life, and have thought cola, which arrayed the citizens against ward and It needs but
r : j'-"The. ( ably addressed byfMMJ say : upward.: now a (80,000, and would produce unbounded
meeting was cannot communicate with still in all that knew little about the them. In the conflict which ensued, Mr.
we. a
persons few of the of modern -art to
:Whit Smith of Columbia, Co.t appliances benefits to that section of country.It .
the flesh, is opposed to the tenor of Chris Sierra the Mayor killed of the sailors
institution" from observation one -
D.Trovince: J.1.M. 'of Ocala "peculiar personal her enable Florida take
Taylortsq tian: Hebrew and Pagan history, and is a capacities, to to is believed that every owner of land
: 'arid Col O. B. Hart, of Monroe. ; but the extracts from Mrs. and was himself seriously injured. the front rank among the producingStatcs.
virtual denial of the Divine origin of which would ba: reclaimed by these canals,
i *J t'1'! E. J. KNIGHT, Chm. Stowc's Ary would Jo away with that I. A judicious ,system of Rail Roads and

)I. (T.:.PfcTERso-v, Bccy. Christianity V. The phenomena termed v spiritual are opinion altogether, if we only had charity PROGRESS. Plank Roads,radiating from the St-Johns, would contribute a certain amount as a
833.New bonus for the The Boardof
Desoto 6thl undertaking.
April will her soil with abus
I cover population
r eaused by the spirits' of the unblest,,incorrectly enough to believe what the We
-. says. Progress is the motto of the nineteenth
called "ckvilsin and develope the rich resources of the Internal Improvement would undoubtedly -
our, Eaglishversion
i York Dry Goods Market. of the Scriptures. The control have always believed that the negroes in century-and despite the thousand and interior, as rapidly: the lumber man: has aid also, as the State would derive

: they exercise over the organs of living the South were happy, :and that they were one isms, wild and speculative, to which ,that of the pine forests, on the banks: of advantages to a great extent from it--

t :.::The cw York. Tribune of Wednesday human beings is essentially one with the well-cnred for, and statements that the this century has given birth-the world the St. Johns. *. The amount of nouns and State aid would

a says : demoniac of in Scrip- "atrocity and Leartlc.tcruelty"! in II
possession spoken oursystem has advanced in the practical and utilita-
The demand,for Dry Goods from first tures. orA::: telegraphic dispatch to the Bal- probably reach the sum of twenty thousand
of slavery "are without a parallelin
1 lands ban' improved the last few days, The learned divine supports his conclu rian most astonishingly since its com- imore papers: dated Louisville the 14th dollars, at least: ; and the balance of the

i while from second hands it has become sions by experiments. the most chilling atrocities of the Ro- mencement. The enthusiastic dreams of inst, says: : sum required for the work could be ob-

exceeding active, importations and home mans, the Spaniards in South America, the olden monks, the philosophic reveriesof
II. A challenge. has passed between Col. tained by general subscription to stock. in
j' productions arc both large and add mate- From Tampico-Santa Anna's Policy.' the Turks, or the piratical Beys of Algiers Bacon,even the wild speculations of the 0'IIara, of Cuban notoriety, one of the the canals.

rially: to the stock on hand ; but holders ," are only calculated to excite feel- Rosicrucian, have of them assumedthe Editors of the Louisville Times, and Lieut.
are.firm in:the' belief ,that all desirable The New Orleans Picayune has recei'ved many Gen. The canal would also be valuable: for
of in Cummings, aid-de-camp to Twiggy.
fancy,.and'all staple.goods in stock will El Eco del Cvmercio to the 6th inst. ings disgust any one acquaintedwith shape of tangible realities. They are to fight in the morning-weapons the transportation of Live Oak, which' is
the truth of the matter. This Key The Genii of the Oriental talc
be wanted before.ihe close of the season. ,escaping distance six abundant the Lakes..
pistols- sear
arrived Cruz paces.
Gen. Santa Anna at Vera
The goods sold ahuction,wbieh have been as some one has said of The Cabin, is no- from the fisherman's bottle, is realized in
The beneficial influence of this work
considerable in the past week, are mostly on the British mail steamer, which vessel thing more nor less than "one grand, the subjugation of steam by Fulton to tho J6r In New York Land Warrants are
parcels from which selections have been carried to Tampico the advice of his have and demand. The brokers would be strongly felt within an area of
stupendous! lie. of scarce in are
wants man, yielding more wealth and
made private sale, and do not, there- twenty miles, and in that there ire
landed at the former The Eco space
ing port. this the 1 work in that branchof $163 U'and for them.
is $ $43
Nor only the .
: fore represent the. market. Up to this honors to captor than did the fabled paying a sufficient number of persons with,ample
\ period there:hare been more goods sold says : literature which is to be thrown broadcast monster which was released from the
'This received with the lUlL BUCHANAN' the new )liuister'toEngland means to do this work,if they will unite;
news was greatest
through the auction nom than to the same throughout the Northern States to Solomon."
Seal of Through the his
demonstrations of joy; drums were agencyof completed sixty-second yearon but far beyond this area will it be beneficial
period of:1852 Unbleached Sheeting glut the ravenous stomachs of their aboli- this nation the 12th inst. having been born in
captive giant, now interchanges
beaten bands of music with torches without
and ,
and Shirtings are in.short supply, especi promenaded OcaIa. !m, doubt, contribute
in He studied law
tion and to'fill the Pennsylvania 1791. ,
the streets the bells philanthropy, empty commodities with nation
were rung, across
8c.and firm. the .
at to
ally heavy gOods, prices are elected to the \House of liberally undertaking.
cannons fired, sky-rockets let off,and rival pockets of unprincipled hucksters. The I the deep with the of the was Representatives -
Bleached goods .are held full prices. great speed sum- in 1814, and re-elected in the following Let each landed proprietor in the vicinity -
heard all sides thus of
There Is overstock at on giving a proof remarkable success of JI 's. Stowe's romance
or wind.
no appearance; mer elected
the for the salvation of the year. lIe was to Congress of Orange Lake subscribe five per cent.
of an approachiogone, and a very activetrade hopes country has already brought a host of needy With the rapidity of in'1820 and continued member of
which axe entertained from this illustrious I Uriels' flights, I Ii as a upon the present value of the land he

.. have advanced is .still"-.in jc.progress.Drills are 1 Fine jess.active goods chiefs taking the reins of gov rnment." and philanthropic imitators into the field, i mind traverses a.continent, and communes I the House till March,. 1831. In May, owns which: will be.immediately benefitted
I 1831 be offered and
was the
and the"market for of calumny accepted
buht.eady.i, price. Tick!? are active atrelprices .In,an.editorial article, ht'adedVi&b every species with mind through the. medium of the mission to Russia., After his return from by "the canal, audit will.produce a much

;.Stripes moderately so; of Gen..Santa Anna,", the Eco says: upon> 'our:section, will;,in.all- probability, 1.Electric_ t Telegraph. The,wildest f flight of that mission he was, in 1834/elected to larger sum of: money than will be required

f noting cloth arein. increased supply' "A letter has been received here from be fully supplied. :: I the poet frequently finds. type reality, the Senate of the United States,' 'to' fill to perfect the:whole plan; and if subscribers

1 and..rather;heavy in price., Prints,are in Gen. Santa Anna, from; ,which we learn From these indications we apprehend i and the saying "that truth. is stranger than an uncxpired. term; and was subsequently (do not wish to' advance

a accumulated, ,stock, and prices are giving what are. his desires in regard to the system that we of the South may 'prepare for.a fiction" is abtmdantly verified. re-elected in 1836 and 1843. President money,
- jray,.of!tho.medium and lower 'qualities. to be adopted pnhtizal.affairs. ferocious and Polk,in Mi rch,'1843, called Mr. Buchanan the, amount, 'which they subscribe; .for in
Giagbams a.ct.iiLt 10 J a, 11 cents. "He recommends ,the preservation of more desperate warfare upon ; The very .winds' from time' immemorial into the Cabinet, and until the closeof stock can be borrowed,upon their propertyand

i Krwns, arc,in greater,request;,and prices order, (a.principal requisite: in the formation our institutions.than anything _heretofore characterised as." "fickle," have bad their th:1f administrations he held the office stock being pledged for the amount;

t &fomef0)elancs beau nrejn over eincreased'supply.pvfl of a system .in accordance with and experienced from the wrath' of,the fanatiC character in a measure vindicated
f pricey art'very .: T under tho necessities i of the The upOn the '
possible country war slavery question Maury showing that, there is even ;a '
.. exceeded the ; 31r.Willian: Collyer; of New York a large dividend,:the stock
production Jias grcafly. conloUii ,;@
: he that
) uJrC'aJso' of
people: bas been '
its '
; directed t
more largely against in
"method madness
their / while the ,
tcn. very firm from,the has the Charleston Courier!* gratified to would for itself and stockholder
are! the State shall have unlimited confidence pay. ',,, .
snodclatastock, and,, iceswe onlY kept in the desires which animates: him to workout political tendencies! and influences in the tides and currents,of mighty Ocean,in.bygone learn,.commencedbuildingasteanahipofabout never'be called. onto.. pay a'f..dollar. of his

I ck'6.r.,the ported article:; tiaesi- the happiness of the:.nation, at whose t legislation i ,of Congress, than ,against: i ate ,!days lamed for treachery are, after 1200 tons, to, run in' conjunctionwith subscription:, .

ncres are in mOocrate upply relative. :Xo call he has not hesitated to leave the tranquility imaginary enormities.as,asocial and,domestic all; found to beanie to certain causes the James :Adger; ,Marion,, and It is raise'the stock immediately

the demand- and price*",arc regular andhye i of his retirement,' 'to enter" ,again ,institution ; bntv hereafter, -thecriminaliccords'of within. the, ken of human knowledge. .: Southerner,betwedn.that port and :New- proposed to
ther aearce. York: 2L.ndto be commanded by our. .old and assess e sufficient! :sum-say:
\ yd1oelys; are j .ati the bitter of iCe JIecharges
upon ., ,path public ; the So th stalls.
; our To tl e'wb01e. aibQie' habits l '
ateJansdys? :a ; :crown friend Captain 31. Berry, now; of the be in .
fps I aretdull!" bat ,:: us, that. we shall unite for tto ,; judiciously expended surveying
| ." : tics, newspaper re orts, rumors.of mnrdcryand and.instincts should naturally chain him J/Urfon. Her dimensions will be, 210 ;
inactive) wiihcut.cbange ; o quotations.acarce.tnd purpose of Gavin tbo nation!? ; and that,wO ... : the proposed work, and,upon the
:.fj ipreque&tt r ?Joins dull l aced not launch into conjectures in regardttosystemwhich' Che1'_everything use_ purpose"else arc'to: that'bo'carefully"wilt answer to.terra"'firwa.in common with the rest feet.on the keel, 34 wide and,22'deep.jg : report 'made/-subsequent action Irillho

ptago ck pill laokcttif roodaM 'refJ : .e oul rule us,:as trumped up,, und.,published.f<1. ith all l :the of,'the'animal ''creation,. has.taken unfo .:The:sloop-of war Dale l 'late/ 'returned based My object>> is'to bring this important r
fkwllhiip4tslltppyi\ _, ,J'oreip4: they will only create obstacles to tho gent; himself Jot, 'hydrogen and' soared from AfncajTias one board about (
exaggerationswhich: maybe wings .
required : notice of who
lqen rauch fpQ"oJ active; thweOJCi end welfare. and, ho direct- ; prefect Jto parties : .
: ? :; ;' )lastly, to ; A 61000"fndemnificatlonmoney; 'obtained
4 ire dia> aar btsiaftkd t12of.bo: }Jfttc i. : d'pereecnto:' tlyetraitor Cana ;1 degree fender: them: .J.,.:appalling.. .. ."* to... .the"I; :. .highest' aloft with the_ eagfe. ,Not! content .with from 1 ScIimJCing'of tbd'Johanna Islands, will,associate-_carry" !it; into operation,
f ".HlP.b il ..;Ft 11cla 'JAathe tb;,;the garrisOn of.TarapicQgave ta ::.... ... ...-. I a" '. tbI1he,: is still eagerly looking about for. tgt having'seized a New;Bedford whaler and have :-it,_placed, in the hands of such.

t Mi6J..Wq1J: si ra4u.t tr.: ,P14id!SlkdL. ; 'a lalt to celebrate: the arrival df Situ .. .' rrEttC4RtETiEaofsn-: ; ::- t M! ways,and, means to,navigate t the. orialocean1 arid':retained
J.fSWfi'iced' yhe YI,>tiuofdeldaDd: t !:tM-x .. ;, *:.; f, ".. .. ,., -' ;-, :: ', -. ; ?'3'< with the facility bis envied copy, ntanderf Captain Moore.: 'The: 'money Any communication"'fepM thts'snbjedI".haU'be
e.y Mifdfu 4..l4R ritocl ,...AII g The: RepuUitat* learnsviht JL .lQain the- consists of ;curious- coins,:such:as are -
1IThe Lko'sAnbmieea 'the signing of the Imperialbirdl: So much'foronrgran> very glad td receive at this place. '
scyi. .k+ lai 9ttlored .3aft; 10 purpose of the Ji8itof'tb; Revenue CutterITamtttonlo circulated upon'tbe island. The amountittii' /. ,: '.
: the ':
: D.cutraJit1ot
treatyielatirecto "diloquenl\ 4 :prologue. to. o't9;: VeryTespectfuIly,
1'' rz 1'' gte4 Qattftnaju.veAIsp ? ; progress t much than the sum demanded .
"- Istbmus.of Tehatitepco.. '.: ns:last:week, was Jo Convey : $ less obedient servant,' wJAMES" '
> F .ireclyra, 'lpthJt ae-ai7e4brialcof \, : ,...:... "'. tfieyjamediato .juBjcci{ ; .of, our. .intended and'iriia"about all the ready ash that your, !
?sale at fall prices. cBvje k>BS sell read ., A'" Yit ctiayugo ..:WORTH I ) j XoiiciNa,-A few' to,p -rrl: f."a .scientiEo.party' ,crigaged ,in discourse., :, ., -"---J-: '.: 'I could be'c> ll .upon.the Island.: Thekie I .": . ...Wl< ,BRYANTS- :1"-.,'

ily. Britith I ftndi n lou active than ,'$:ln- Alontank.Pgintamoatroudwbaewas the.ascertainment pf ,tho various_ species ,... ,Irish ,merely.'to: call attention toProgress offered tb&comhander'the-''Dale .')llTtis. :. ''little? singular, dins :1JJbWilaRd
9QQtirvdot\\k ti ,art nar4n pfioe,jrith auAnUL of fish in our waters and that "their re* + \: :.
| : 1JJgbt.jwhicld. to bebroogbtttlaicitst t ln(Its march anion sjtqtfno'itea :aie utidredballbcJts'idpartpapbdtthe'avers : ] .AJu ;u ;i'thatof five'of:; theWebster
It .
f F :Tn ot;iraporU search, here highly latisfactoryy some ,', 'f ,, refused.. 'u''* -- '
: f.r.e bibfiop,'.' A.Jargq.hoase was : the Picddetitidliktadtdatis-, ,
i of : .
:chapter improvements Jacksonville
4 ,roll tHortly;,;fall Joff.ljTbo( tdticc* ianDWjbeingbaiUjnear; j jEftsltlUTer; for new varieties i of the: finny :tribe' being upon. ; '1 J8A scarcity:of_Seamen for)the t .Navy is dead f other, end the.successful: ',candidate :

: 1Mi fnjd4ue4 litttstpoollcnhliarrrtdiata: its Deception,'and.alsa a,railroad,.to haul: found." 'Front 'the manna 'in" whf 1fJtSim's Three: 'year/.ago and what was. which is'felfat'all ou"'naV' 1'stations.i''hu. ,lost his little:'boy' soon after +-hi*

fchjpoents.byJtoa. packttro!! i the him ashore. f she.?,: :Nothingkit: a quiet little frontier delayed until the present th'e"sailing. election;by'a:most 'distressing* accident
way.. ,otdrr4i j oc: .: .,d .' .'. I This monster iuloutfifty, .feet long, D !: ( j der,"ifd: )!jjt,1 w 1 na town?situate! '*trpon the 8-Johns hate bf Capt/Rmggold's .r squadron+ j'l''appointed and his own. add'xrifs's 1 lives. 1tue 'srftfcdalmost'lfturaciloasly'f J

eE-I':: weigh .nearly-40.tans. gine,the gentlemen ofyjthe suitor'po>;rild, ; -4. ***f. mouth T< / tf neat si ''nioniN $ to >'rfhil rthex urd; '
.. .1IrfI.'P.4ebt..., N'.n'1la-"T"p' andq jujjxMod jtot r'tnilek. from iw exvaenbtstln : iig surrey thefMalaVsiatj -
t,qJ]! .4 U-r-9..fJ.P.O' ,Q t oa d Jh' i- 1 ? !f.\qa1PW.< la4abec> .,pcut to,; tQWfchim. : ered.:themselves ,rathertbe!*Kcgctfish' 4,UfWjN'.'_eefow'U<'.)r/'h- 9'fl ;' grOom.'One' 'of tIle fri gales'of* the fonrttfand,fifthVTfe ? Ffflaor Caw.*adIfeuglas
t .1' 94]!91 Slye"tIiQ,4Y9I' :ip tpi; t ,Fomr..lsvers3ibiat inthe.! in;these parts,aboot that lict AyKethe: cw. \ ; .:P i Uawg ior a honfe squadron i /aaadaftei;:, 'waitangid'iainfWieieiaFlnentbii ) have!ach.cad'to:ttoun tbelos_ *,

a 7Pf55t1J'tF 4'Paj cac : t t 1 I In 1'f\W tf;'b ;J'a1 .ip' xas'taken of fobe'ne..r! 'varieties'!;oraoty: wo an not ) iwo >t ;lhe- shipment of,* few Una obliged to. pnirto, 'of theirwiYe .ince'.' unsslf;..&{ 11
I.I '> itMbtn t JPu .' s' bales of cotton the' l of r t ," :'' ,,'J i in >bcet>t".b
Jail J1 1119ivtac' vino ti :: -jt3 [J\1If41 S'i lkidti ,aQtlitastl prepared pay* i # : ;; j reception > E sea with only half a crew. : death strikes high|
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Highly n rfJtr.f In wknt< !.tB European*lon ;..Intelligence o> i. ProceedInjrjf1,.. -of,Town-: -, :, !Council.<"" 3Jatlt nbL11Vrfttn 'gyre-rat.- j- tt,,! tag I" &c I t oItctot'4aIt} '. .GOOD MEDICINES!!* ;

COUNCIL CHAUBXB Corrected Weekly for taa 110110 yews.

,;-SBAX.TIMOBM5| April 18, :: Apij1O,1S5&Concil } BAGGINO"Dac4ee. -I CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA .TAX'',COLLECTOR ef th. Power Tested$ 'SALE.B la CMT by. lawI .

A cpnt6oebctween the oyern. : met: present His Honor Isaac 'f f V shall expose for sale before the Court UOMV
menU of Spain,France, England And Uie Swart/rttakfonf; ; 'Messrs. H.E.W.Clark Gunny Kentucky, ',V .111dL-[ rJSf 22 18 ..'.8.K.St un. n, .t at Alligator,on the fintMondayofJUj.,mach 1833,

United States reW.iTe.to Cuba has been thefohlowingdsseribed property 10.
; BEET N Yfiess .
John OCt '
Clark, S. Williams and CalVin' CAROLINA thereof M will psytbi State and County taxes
alluded thin the British Parlamcnt. PrimeT V "fbbll20 O V AND F.LORI DA.Tkre2kMFftUtk ;.
due thireott to
goU,lire been receircdfn Oak, \Councilman : BACON, Ham/ 'tI Jbj 10 it V V f an&theeeesaT7:.expenses |
,7QO,000 ip. V la *4 U:30 Hears. wit 40 acre of land near the White'rphar
Enfant from Australia. i Minutes of!last nieetiag1 were read frednesday -' Shoulders'. -ti.ThlVtl'Jbf ;12t it 14V Springs on the Bawannee belonging l. and

The difficulties.,"between Piedmont LIldt"iturJaud and approved BREAD.- Bidet Pilot; .& THE .CAHOUSA wUL Uave CHARLESTON assened to the estate of Joseph JL Reed, (deceased >
and Nsvy.J! Ibi 10 if U. every &rwr et" Austria BUTTER -
I and The Intendant Announced that John Ooshen, V 'fI 31) If V PALATKA ev.ry ro."yT'A. 1L. PICOLATA. jan 8 L. K. MICKLEB I, ST BLER'* V
Rossi, begin to assume a portentous as Florida, 1'b 25 if' 19 A,IL and JACKSONVILLE ;Tnttday. MS'rnkL0&IDL V .Tax V assessor and Collector.
pect. France, i itiaftaid i is about to Interere. Esqs., Sperm 1J It O II AlHgatcrrColumbiaCeFla Jan .3d, 1S&3. 'V :
had that Adamantine lIb .37 ki will leave CHARLESTON ere- la recommnded ..
day been elected member of it confidently tol..al14.I'v
TmwAry, at 3: P. M. Retirrnins, will leave
has the Town CHEESE kflb! i21"c li ry M- BLACK, TAX: ,COLLECTORS SALE., avxASSK by any known preparation, forth*
The Pope positively declined to attend Council and these COFFEE Cuba PALATKA. U o'clock A. CREEK. ,
gentlemen I $ b :t2 cure of COUGH HOARSENESS and ether
I 3 PJf, yl 4 e'elock. AJI. Power Tested in no by law.
Virtue of the
the coronation of Louis Rio .
Napoleon.It being attendance, were sworn in +lIb 11 12 V These Steamers connect wiU all the interior JT 1 shall lor sale before the Court House forms of' Co"*o* Cow*; BRONCHITIS
is reported that civil will I*,. 'tTh IS .ej of East Florida, sad connects both expose ASTHMA CROUP CONSUMPTION fa aa
power as such and entered Stages VV ways at Alligator, on the first Monday of May, 1S33, ,
shortly be substituted for military rule immediately upon DOMESTIC GOODS. with the New York Steamships Carolina Railroads the followingdescribed property or so,much Early State, and for the RELIEF of the Pie.tlent '
the discharge of their duties. Shirtings 111d 3 ii.12 and the Wilmington Boats. V V and lasts e'eBla advanced Stages of that fatal
throughout Lombardy, and that Marshal __ Shootings Passage from Charleston et Jacksonville,(8, thereof as will pay the SUte County Disease. .
141 44 V
Badctxky will be recalled. The Inteddant nominated the following Drills lyd li from TieoUU ad PalatEs $10.. i an bnd In Columbia
Sardina has suppressed the Slaro Trade. Councilman to Osnabnrgs 'yd I Forfxkerymrtst'idarsap'4c, -wit,40acres2,1. sate ,1IDg of long esteemed ralne 'with others .f '
compose the Street Corn.rnittecswhick J21 13 J. Vt. CALDWELL.Charleston.BELLECUASSE ,County.(situation. not known) belonging to sm
Three hundred persons have been arrested nominations FISH Mackerel 1iIlb 6 &FINEUAN. and assessed to Leonird Barrows,for the year recent discoveiy, and besides lUtMkivf and '

for being concerned in an attempted in- were agreedred fLOUR, Canal 'bbl ..650 V I 9Jackaonille, 1852. .L.K.M1CKLER, ttnie qualities,acts through the skin gentry, <

earreettMi at Palermo. Soldiers had beenassassinated to, viz : BaltimoreGRAIN 1bbl G 00 1L Lflflralat5V V Jan 8 ,Tax V assessor and,Collector. and with great efficacy, for V the cure' of thir ;
For the Easters Corn 1IThsbl: .85 90 tabS-it Columbia Co Fla. Jn 3d 1833. class of diseaees.VSTABLER. :
in'the streets, and the Governor I D irtct. -Messrs, Peas, i 00 i 150 Alligator, I '

had threatened to destroy the citiesin I I Bour, Williams and John Clark. GUNPOWDER ,40 so FOR, ENTERPRIS&,LANDINGS. TAX COLLECTORS. E. 'SDIAEHHEA

Sicily. All Sicilians. had been orderedto For the Western Dittrict.-Messrs. H. HAY.HIDES, Dry !'ii1 s[ 160 8 9 The steamer SARAH 8PALDINO. T)Y Virtue of the Power Vested me by law IA COHDIAL ,'f...:!

leave Naples.A E. W. Clark, Ward and Oak. Deerskins V .Capt A. S,' Snxrn. having -> shall expose fotsaie before the Crust House Is Mixture -t
12 pleasant
conspiracy had been detected in Ber. The Intendant also nominated Councilman IROY, all kinds '9cw5l' 600 I 8 00 I -i been thoroughly between overhauled this and will at Alligator,oa the first Monday of May W3 meat with the rules ,of compounded Pharmacy,ia of agree therapeutic t.t"j
LARD assume her regular trips place the following described property or so much .
lin, which had extended throughout Ger. S. N. Williams as Treasurer for the LIME Jb .15 Enterprise,leaving Jacksonville every Wednesday thereof.ss will pay the State and Coan'jr taxes agents long knows and celebrated for :

many. A proclamation of a German Republic 'bb1 2 00 at 9 0 clock A.iL,arriving at Palatka same day, and the necessary expenses das thereon,to wit- their peculiar efficacy Curing DIARRH02E ':' -

had been found. current year, which, was unanimously LUMBl1steamsawed'llm I 800 14 00 leaving Palatka every Thursday at 8| o'clock, 80 acres of land 3d rate, near Pockey Creek, and similar affections of the, system. I* its .'.:_
concurred in. Hanging Timber III 8 00 10 00 A.M.,in connection with the steamers Wm.G art on action, it ALLATS KACSCA and produces a heal -: '
Russia is organizing her armies. The and and Enterprise same day: belonging to and assessed to James A. 'Cooper,
Shingles 'f-m 4 00 a 700 Florida arriving thy condition of the LIVER, thus :
removing -
Russian Fleet iti the Black Sea has been The petition of Mrs. Maria Doggett, MOLASSES, 'Fltl1l 50 a returning so as to connect with the steamers for the year V J 183X.' L. K. I1CKLER, the cans at the same time that In cares the -> :
Welaka and Carolinafor Savannah and Charleston. jan S Tax assessor and Collector. ,.
put under orders for Constantinople. The for redress of grievance, being under consideration OILS NAILS, 'f-b 8 ff For freight or passage, apply on board or to Alligator, Columbia Co.. Fla. Jan. 3d, JO.;? disease. ; "
Emperor: of Russia, however, disclaimsany Sperm gal I 23 it 1 50 BISBEE .t CANOVA,Art's, Jacksonville.K. .
intention of ,was referred to the Street Com- Linseed 'f a1. 12Jf t 25 It. DUKES, Agent Palatka. TAX COLLECTORS SALE. The luable: Medicines above named JUT
subverting the TurkishEmpire. mittee8 with instructions to PORK Mess -|)bbl 22 00 t\ jan 22 tf : : recently been introduced, with the approval "
report Virtue of the Power Vested in me by law :
Prime. i of number : :
bbl IS 00 BY H of the M ,
)ICAL Paortssion ia
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On motion Councilman shall expose for sale before the Court House 'V
II.E.W.Clar'lt PORTER London New-York Packet Line the of Baltimore
: City and elsewhere and ia
011i5 at Alligator,on the Monday of May 1853, V
New-York islature. was appointed to wait upon the Treasure, RAISINS, i. 400 the folio wing described property or so much practice have succeeded most admirably ia

V SALT, { shI I M thereof as will the State and County taxes, curing the diseases for which they are pres
On Wednesday evening last both Houses of the late Board, and request a statement SOAP, Amer yellow, 'IThl 10 @ A- and the necessary pay expenses due thereon to wit: embed: ,They are offered to the Country Prao-

of the New York Legislature adjourncd .: of the financial affairs of the Corporation SHOT, of Ml SUPS, 111b1 8 @ 10 one town lot situated in the Columbus No. 8n titioner, as medicines which he can la all respects V .
Spanish 25 00 @ .cO 00 depend upon, as prepared ia
and assessed to James L. sgmmtat
sine die, but no --Booner was the adjournment ., and imform him that his successor had American an 10 00 (ii 2000 TilE NEW AND REGULAR LINE OF belonging for the IS 2. Cooper, with the experience of come of themont learned V

declared by the presiding officers been appointed. SPIRITS, Brandy. 1" 00 if Packets between New York,Jacksonville, and 8 year L. K. MICKLER and judicious Pyhysicians, and strictly coa V

than a proclamation of the Governorwas Petition of C. Oak for Holland Gin, 'f1gal 1i0 17i PaUtka, composed by the New an-i fast sailing jan Tax assessor and Collector. fortuity with the ruIn of Pharmacy, sad u V
permission to Rum 'flgal M Schooners. especially serving his convenience V _
read, convoking an extra session for @ Alligator, Columbia Co. Fia.Jan.3d, 1652. who cannot < .
the next day. The whole session discharge guns and other fire arms, from Whiskey 1 zl 75 @ 1 iO JOSEPH GRICE, 270 tons, A. ROGERS, Com'r so readily as the City Physician have lal.'c'
appearsto his Gun SUGAR Florida lb 8 if 10 JERSEY OAK, 160 tons J. 8. ROGER, Co l1'r TAX COLLECTORS SALE. own prescriptions compounded by a,practical ;
have been wasted in a contest about Manufactory on Adams Street, Loaf and Crashed, flb It 16 will ply regularly between the ports. Virtue of the Power Vested in by law, Pharmaceutist. V V :

the Canal Enlargement: one party for was presented, and referred to a Commit. TALLOW, "iiI1b1 10 a 12 Agent in New York, BY I shall expose for sale before the CourtHouse See the descriptive Pamphlets to be had "" > .
the work TOBACCO, 20 @ 00 JOSEPH GRICE Water.sf. cf gratis of all who have the Medicines for .
carrying on appropriating the toe of three, consisting of Councilmen at Alligator the first Monday May "f'
profits of the Canal and the other at TEA, Hywn 1 00 @ Agents in Jacksonville, 1853 the following described property, or so containing recommendations from Doctors "
by ; '.
Bours Williams and Ward with Black mJ 7: *., UALTZELt A 'r "
instruc a BISBEE & CANOVA. much thereof aa trill pay the State and County ,, >DISON., PAts, lIen, ."
once borrowing the whole In -
amount. Lov .
TWINE Ib b 50 II in Palntkn, due thereon &c.Doct.8.B.MAaTn .
tions to report on the same. Agent tues and the necessary expenses 0'
the pertinacity of the two parties, all regard WINES, all kinds, ga1 2 00 400 R. K.DUKE. to wit, 140 acre 3d rate land, near the min ,says"I do Dot hesitate ,

for the other interests of legislation Petition of A. Butterfield, for permission All goods directed to their CARE will be eral springion the Suwanne, belonging and to recommend your Diarrtuu C.rrJitzlaud Ant V V ,:

was lost; and finally; wearied out by each to erect a tent or booth in the street Sfrrfttala at Uu nflton ?Zcuaf.Saraurl PROMPTLY FOR WARDED. assessed to Way and King, for the year 1852. dyne Doct.Ckerrn JOBS E tI"Q.ttr, &c.V ;.'>"V

other, the two Houses voted to adjourn, near his residence, for the purpose of Buffi Plton, Proprlrtar. September 4, 1852. tf. [Republican: copy. janS L.K.MICKLER, pleasure to add Anmsosayi"fl rives me._cia >V 'Of
and Collector. my testimony that of other ,
without having acted upon the most necessary vending Ice Cream and other refreshments NEW STAGE LINE. Tax assessor in favor of the< extra frdiMTj efficacy of
A Jan.3d 1853.
therein the E Itents Palatka.J W Caldwell A eon, Char. Alligator,Columbia Co.Fla. Dtarrluta
during months Cordial" &e. vtlll Entttf.r
measures and even without summer ; and ,:
passing I .leston.T W Stanford do. W Harrison. N Y, Dr C V ;
the bill of supplies far was granted. THE PROPRIETORS will TAX COLLECRORS SALE. DO hesitation ia ?recomaendinr
thereby as '
as Williams
S Carolina E J Dr
Dawson. do, A O it
as most valuable "
1 V
them Bills of G. C. Powers & Co. and C. k Coach during Virtue of the Power Tested in be law medicine, &c. .
depended on withdrawing the do Miss run Passenger :,
support McKey. J C Williams,do,B T McGregor. BY Doct. R.:A.Pays; ""she has used the -
Drew for and tae summer season betweenthe I shall for sale before the CourtHouse Di- V
to the existence of the State publishing proceedings Ordinances expose arrkoea
Geo F
necessary McCarthy do,J W Sheffield Florida, G A Cordutlln his practice"with the
Upper White Sulphur Spring and Alligatoron at the first Monday of hsn- '
Government. Truly, a beautiful specimen of last Council, were ordered to I Searcr N Y. J H Madison, Fla C Millcr.Wdliam- Mondays, and Upper White Sulphur sad Vay, 1853 Alligator; the following, on described property pint effect and thinks it one of the most con V ,t.<'

of tbe improved system of Republicanism be presented to the Treasurer of the same. burg. lion D L Ynlce lady and children, Florida, I, Lower Mineral Spring on Thursdays; connect oreo much thereof as will pay the State and to venient and efficient" combinations erer offered.- .:.,

_in the North !-Ck. Mercury. Councilman Bours submitted the following Mrs Wieklew.fHarhic. ing with the mail stage from Tallahassee on County taxes, and the necessary expenses due Dod.L.our profession. V-

> I resolution, which was adopted : ------ ----- --.--- ThursJtys,and mail stage from Jacksonville on thereon to wit: 120 acres 3d rate on Hockey tered Ibl\lnr, writes, OATS & V -;
z..1iie Bourbenquestirn promises to Retotcnl, That hereafter all appropriations Mondays. This line will afford comfortable Creek, near the Sowanuee, belonging to and ace of your Bronchial affection Expectorant, ia several ea-, : "
Journal. with
; and easy access, with no night tiavel, to the assessed to Buckingham Smith.for the year thesiwf" .- ,
increase in made the Board remltt and from
interest. Alluding to the by present shall Mineral Springs on the bnwannee, for all per 1S52. L. K. MICKLER, a knowledge its trfsnraJS .

late report of tbe finding of sundry documents appear on the Minutes of the proceedingsof PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.REGULAR sons seeking health and asnseme at the a. jtn 8 Tax sssessorand Collector. effect! can with' the greatest confideDCt n-

*lhich greatly favor the claims of the Council, and that a certified list of bon watering places. Alligutor, Columbia Co. Fla, faD,3d, 1852. commend Doct.W.It ki.ovz/ &0. ;

)1r. the New York said shall be furnished PACKETS. D J &. JV SHEFFIELD, writes to as that he has'e
WiJIiams, Albion says : appropriations to Steam bjr Carolina arrives from ChArlcstOn CTCry TAX COLLECTORS SALE. administered i th e Etpectmn to his wife who 'j ."
Proprietors.White ,
"We believe thatthesc are much weightand the Treasurer. Sunday, and leaves Tuesday mornings has hid the *'. jitu tarfovrtvn <'. ,,
Fla Virtue of the Tested in me bylaw ytart and
Springs April l752.lyDR.
Councilman Steamer.Wclaka arrives every Sunday from V BY power she is -
incline more and more to the impression Bonn also submitted the ---- I shall for sale before the fastrecoveringfrherbongod. pthat
Savannah,and returns on Tuesday morning expose
that this curious chapter in history following resolution, which was likewise Steamer Florida arrives from Charleston every JOSIAH ASHUEST Court House door at. Alligator on the first lug malady. It has In a few weeks done her .
is not to be J" ') in to nothingness. adopted : Wednesday and returns on Friday. .u TILL keep MEDICINES on hand for the Monday Of May 1853, the following described more tofore good used under all able the remedies she has here '. >.'
least Resnltcd That the Steamer Wm Ganton arrives from Savannah every V IV property, or so much thereof as will pay the medical couacfl. ,
At 3 ons. Bcauchcsne's labored work proceeding* and Or- and returns cure cJ SIXTXM of the best <
on Friday. AroTHiosjxs sad
and the
State and
cannot have produced the intended effect, dinances of the Town Council for the steamer Sarah Hpaldmg leaves for Enterpriseon Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Piles, dee County thereon taxes, to wit: 120 necessary acres of expenses let PaAiMAcctmsTS In the City of Baltimore V ::1 ;

for one of the most skeptical of the New current year be published in both of the Wednesdays Thorn and returns on Sundays. Old Ulcers, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, &c. rate land near Columbia on the Suwsnnee, belonging write CWur satisfied thtpnpanUotaaboWD V V. .'
Steamer '
York morning papers admitted yesterday newspapers of the town, after they have days, and returns on leaves WednesdaysENTERED.for Enterprise. on Sun. All irregularities, will be regulated obstructions removed and or excesses suppressed.Also in females to and assessed to D. E. Stone, for the ''IS Slabier't Slll Diarrkfa''A'la"1' Cordial ExecttreA and .

that it bag been 'enough perhaps to makeit been approved, and that each paper be on band his valuable year 183?. L. MICKLER, great value and are medicines of :,::"
very efficient for the ,
possible that the Dauphin: is still alive.. allowed the sum of twenty-five dollars for FAMILY MEDICINES.Among J ID 8 Tax assessor and Collector. cure of the diseases for which relief and ; '
April 16-Scbr.Golden West, Dixon,Charleston, Alligator, Columbia Co., Fla, Jan.3d, 1853. they are recora ;' "
them be found Compound Tonic Pills.Antifebrile mended :
Ihc Priacc de Joinvillc's prc!ciption, such service. .. Brig Osceola I1iSotinll.; New London, may they bear the evidence of skill sad
Medicine. Pile Ointment
'read Bcauchrtne 'does therefore On motion of Councilman II. E. W. 20 Lark Pills Dropsy care in their preparation and style of ": -j
not seem .. ..-Brig IlaakilU Boston Diseases unnecessary to name. will be cured in a Tax Collectors Sale. putting :''f
to be an infallible remedy for doubts." Clark, it was Resulted, That the regular &hr. Cattihan, Morgan, N. Y. few days; and cures always warranted,and tlO forfeited BY Virtue of the power vested in me by them.up, we take pleasure in recommending _{ -:

., meetings of the Council shall be held on CLEARED. in eases of failure. The usual rtmeJtft willnot law,I shall expose for sale before the Twx tT-ScTEjr cf the &

A TFRIUBI.K TRAGEDY.-The Detroit the first and third Tuesdays of April 16-Brig Emblem, King Boston, be prescribed. No charge made for examinations Court House at Alligator,on the first Monday chants, residents of mos&resptetable1hr.f.:'. .
every and proscription Maryland and
&br. K. Mcrriman Merrunan, Phila. Virginia
Advertiser has an account of a terrible month, at, 5 o'clock, P. 31. .. .' Schr. Ggnes. Lord,Newburyport. DISEASED SLAVES, May. 1857 ranch the thereof following will described the State property North Carolina who have sold and also used V V
.. or so aa !
tragedy which lately occurred Decatur, There being no further business before Schr.Anita Damon, Bentey! N. Y. of no use to their owners in a hopeless condition, and County Taxes and the pay these medicines themselves say, "From our .,
necessary expense
18hr.Jo Henry,Kerby, N. Y. will be purchased. Address Own trpt1 and that of
Michigan. Simon O. Keelcr, in a fit of the Council, the Intendant declared it Schr. :Mary Ann, Ryden, Boston, Dr J ASII RST, Jacksonville E F. due thereon, to wit: 40 acres 2d rate land confidently recommend them our frtfwr,' we
drunkenness, murdered his wife end kill- adjourned till Tuesday, 19th inst., at 5 21-?chr. Adelaide llaakill.N. Y. V Pay the postage on your letters. Apr9 known as the Alexander old place, belonging blico. We have never known BoaoPw-

fd himself. Mr. Keeler was the son of o'clock P. )1.ATTEsr 22-Schr Ed.Kin;:. ISailcy, Boston. to and sessed to Joel Pope for the year 1S5J.jtn used tor the diacairs for which my remedies V ',.. .,

Judge Woo lent Keeler, and both be and : GEO. C. POWERS 2Jbr..Pacific. Ydell. Newcastle. JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY 8 L. K.MICKLER, scribed, to be so efficient and to sire they.. .an..,..o n-_ "t"_ V':; .
ASDMACHINE Tax assessor and Collector. -- D- ---- -- 1-. :
tire satisfaction .
his wife. were educated and intelligent Clerk of Council. Medical Notice WORKS. Alligator,Columbia Co., FUn Jan. 3d, 1853. above notices to all.rThe of recommendation V '

persons. _ TIlE Jacksonville Foundry and Ma- TAX COLLECTORS SALE. members the Medical Faculty. Pharmaceu Jren & ._

DE.tTR'OF CAPT. WEBB. Captain (Commercial* 1lJr.: l t. iL'EngIr! npon short.notice Works, are now prepared to furnish,, BY of the power Tested in me by first tists of respectabilityshould high standing, and Merchants ., the ,'-

Thou. T. Webb, of the United States Navy his personal services to the citizens of Saw.MilIs, Smithing Turning and law, I shall expose (or sale before the ify all, that these medicines be are sufficienttesat- :<.

died on the 11th inst.,at his residence CTTor Jacksonville Market see Prices Current. OFFERS and Dnra eonnty.rrp SteamED nel.rroTD one Finishing In all their Court House at Alligator, on the first Mondayof by the afflicted, and that they are wtnky of oftrift differ \ '.;d
: OffieftH the ""SrmiUifan" Building. to hundred horse branches May 1853, the following described property a >,"
iu Norfolk, Virginia. The deceased wasa ent stamp and class from the t.
CHARLESTON MARKETS-AprillG. apr Sugar Mills.Horse Pumpn. or so much.thereof fta will pay the State and "Cure Alls' "Quackery" and. ','.
native Virginia and held his commission fJUProvisions. and Saw. and the so much imposed upon the pablie. .
Long Cation.-A steady and active demand eon Powers. Eteam.Boats County Taxes, necessary expenses For sale by ,
as post captain since 1841, h's original Grist Mills. Mill repairing,Ac,Ac. due thereon, to wit 160 acres of 2nd rat i Druggists, Apothecaries aad {;\
into the tinnes tor this description but U the stock on sale RECEIVED JMr Schr. C Ill l1", a fresh Castings of Iron orBrass. Drawings and estimates, belonging to and assessed to Bryant Burnett Country Store-keepenceDera1I. "
been JUST .
entry having on !' has been much reduced and the receipt are fall of PROVISIONS,consisting of Bells of any site required without charge.V for the year 1853. L. K. MICKLER, Eo H.STABLER I: CCv ;: -

the 1st January, 1808. The old salts ing off the transactions of the week have been to Bacon Powered Sugar in this section jan 8 Tax assessor and Collector. WHOLXSAUC Dxro tSTS. V ,,;, :

rf out' :Navy, whose courage gave it BO quite a limited extent only. Hams Batter. I Onions Irish Potatoes V When required competent Machinists furnishedto Alligator Columbia Co., Fla.Jan.3d, 1853. Sold 120 Pratt Street,V Baltimore. \ VVJ]
Goshen in all Machinery purchased of iiijsckonilleby '? 'V-
ranch lustre in the war of 1812 arc fast R, Price put opperatum :f
<- ranging from C33-4a4l, but the Lard Pilot Bread us, upon reasonable termll.1tIOUXEY't Tax Collector's Sale. mar 25-3zn JOHN M. PAYNE. ; "

dropping off. larger amount from $3a4 for fair and good qual. Smoked Beef I Butter Crackers" GOOKIN T>Y VIRTUE of the power vested in me by law" -,' <: ;.f'
ity. Tongues Boston mar 19.t Founders and Machined *J I shall expose for sale before the Court Heuse MAGNOLIA HOUSE.
The lion. Iredell of Mackerel Water !
a. James North No.l.l 2 I at Tamna, in the county of Hillsborongh on the -1,7j ;
e rsi.-The arrivals of Corn the past week con.aists Havana Administration Notice. Jacksonville
Crashed Sugar, Scgarv, Florida.
Cuolioa.died at Edenton, in that State, Raw"and first Monday of June next the' following property ': ...J5." :
Boiled Linseed Oil.
on Wednesday He had been Governorof of three cargoes of North Carolina-in all SIX weeks after date, the undersigned will apply or so much thereof win pay the State and <& THE SUBSCRIBER 'ASS just eomJL .'
about 9000 bonhels. Two Cargoes were taken by apr 33- II. E. HOLMES. the Hon.Judge of Probate for Hernando County Taxes, due thereon for the year 1852. and ., pleted the above House, fitting it up Ia the ; ; :

the State, member of Congress, Judgeof dealers at or in the neighborhood 58 eenU the county,for Letters of Administration on the Estate all incidental expenses to wit:. ODe hundred and mott comfortable style, load will us* every exer. V I J
the Superior Court in 1819, Reporter third ; Dissolution of Copartnership. of Jatne Gibbons late of said county. deceased sixty acm oUand morth-west quarter of section tion to pleaso all that may favor him with their i "":1
of the Decisions of the Court for being diipotod of In Iota at lome.bat higher COPARTNERSHIP heretofore exixting mar 20-w ISAIAH BARBElL 1: in township 29 south of range 20 east lying near patronage.V V J i
Supreme prices. The article U in better demand than for THE .. the undersigned under the style of Simmo s'.Hammock belonging to the heirs and Partiolar attsatio paid to .. .,V. ". ',.

many years, and the author of several some time pastFlour. UEIIIAVDZZ RITES is this day dissolved by ma Adminlstraton Notice.' V legal representatives of John Weeks d Ced.BENJ.IIAOLER.Sherill'and A. COY < s "..\.',' ,
Law Books. lie was universally teal conl81l& The business of the firm will be sd- weeks after date, undersigned will ex.off. Corner Ocean and Uoaroe-strseU. .,
and esteemed. .-Holder*are willing tellers at 4) for Baltimore Jested by Joseph Hernandes. to whom all SIX to the Hon. Judge of Probate of Daval feb 25.-.3m Tax Ass'r.Col'r.UUUboro'Co. Jl elsonvnieNov.20.1S52 1 .. :'''j
1 IIJ5, and at$${a8 Virginia extra brands. V --.Qood8&abIingror Hones. u '
immediate I
Indebted are requested to make i>ay- county,for Letters Administration on thee ALLIGATOR V V

WHO WASHINGTON i ? The London Coffee-Tbe demand for this article Is but of avery menU JOS. V. HERNANDEZ REYES. ta&t of Robert Charters late of said county, JACKSONVILL- AND NEW BOARDING BOt. '

Daily Hews lately stated that an old English limited ebaracter-ard prices are depressed. April 23THOMAS- deceased. V LORENZO D.-ALLEN. V : PLANK ROAD. THE SUBSCRIBER is prepared to aecsom* ,

newspaper is still extant wherein We understood that some 500 bags of Rio of the THE SUBSCRIBER will continue business .sr2-Gw. V V PROPOSALS be received until the lit a few BOARDER4 at his resideac
of at the old and he solicits this ROAD, In the Northwestern part of the Town the, ;
TAILORING stand a loeatie
last importation had sold at from 9a9 J as in quality. Notice.OIX .
thepeflf ant enquiry is made, "Who is continuation V of the patronage heretofore w liberally Administration whole or in sections of one mb an I upwards, of whieh !s known to be highly favorable te health V
.Ge, Washington ?" Replying to its Bafon.-There bas been a somewhat better demand extended to tbe late firm Hernandes ft Reyes. weeks after 'date;, undersigned will or separately for opening and grading the and eomfort from its elevation. To* BOOM has

own query'the journal elates that '..Goordy" for Side daring tbe past week enabling apr23-lt J08.V, HERNANDEZ. O\.pply to tbe Hon.Jodjrs of Probate of Du Road, and for saving and;laying' the plank. and been commodious.recently finished: The rooms Faraitore wen plastered' airy : {

ian obscure? leader; militiamen holders to realise more readily their former asking val county, (or Letters'of Administration on A profile: of the route and specifications oftBe water which U as ,important item is new is ,the-and th* V
Notice. the estate of Peter Malone late of said county, work be obtained after the lit of May very. .
of 8 cents. Shoulders bare been may best and shall BO
who meddles with matters that above prices } not as V V spare pains to reader my house
are WEEKS date.applleaUon will be made deceased. LORENZO ; from President at Jacksonville.' V ia all
hit mJ rebenlioD, and whose obscure saleable at tl. asking rates of7.7 j eta..D.e SIX the Honorable the Judge of,Probate of 2-611' By order of the Board. n may make respects it their pleasant home.andsgreeal.js to those_ who V ,' '

life will be "rounded" by the gallows if *7Mr*.-The market for all descriptions Nassau county,for Letters Administration upon ( V V V J.P.SANDERSON, .dcc 11 4m. HYJIAN EASTMAN" V
the Estate of Asa O'Neal,late of said county deed. Administration Notice. .
bas'beem qoieC 3T Orleans a. V V March 35- 2-4 w President.
ew Whisky apr
continues his V
treasonable and
practices, April 23-w OWEN WINQATE. weeks after date, the undersigned will AD tsTJLl.roB." OTI &,
'"prpvokcs his pctten too far J" Further from.store and La small lets, commands from 2(III SIX to:tbUOD.Jndg*of Probate of DII- Noticed V V PERSONS creditors, legatees
27e. New England Bam dull aU7et.> FO&"ST. AUGUSTINE. ALL a*
the is to decide his Tal Letters.Administration ,on to distribution :
public requested upon 'Th'lI.teamer CAROLINAL county, for STOCKHOLDERS of the'Jackson tin. orotbywi1ati.-
characte/'by the 'station of his associates V M the estate Fhilip Frank, Uteofssid county THE' Alligator Plank Road 'Company are cited in the estate WIDiam Treseott V
SA V J.'iNAU.IARKETS.ApriI16.Bits J&t COUTTKS,)Master will make a VV D.ALLEN.1pr late -
\ZO of
deo ued. LOR notified that the,Board of Directors of Hernando county Fla
one of, whom is, spoken of,aa a."dirtyprinter' trip to Augustine on Tuesday hereby ars.aotified to
ItUndt."This in 2-Gw have made assessment of 20 exhibit Iheir claims and demands _
article continfles good demand said Company an withia..
*man naiaedBenjamin Franklin! morning SOtkclsy of April.at'the usual .
and fall prices- realized holden. We V cent on each share payable on'Or before years from,this date to the undersigned
ar by hour, and leave lame 4a1 for Charleston./ 'I ; ,FIBBIt-One, Two Three.. per minlstratof.or Ad-K.
BQ. A Western editor lately published notice.a still firtbet mprorement In prices sine V V BELLECOASSEF1NEGAN.. I RECEIVED, a fine sssortroeet of Guns the first Stock-holders day of June next. V nuke to she am. this notke ROBT.will be plead ia",bar,, -

an entire,chapter from, the Bible, addingcrrs.sffiLwP ou last report. Tbt sales ha r.bees. only.about 'spr23: :U: : V *V ': Ag ntt JUST Rifles,to which we laiieihe attention -- prompt Tbe payment. To,are requested V feb25-6m. V STAFFORD'Adainlstrator.Adaiaistratiaa. ." -

.that : : dbenew, ) to,most 300 bales, at*0 45 et*. V V sportsmen. V A.M.REEDJacksonvlflo.Treasurer -'

:.of hit .& *-The'offering. stock'is" 'light. and bold.*-" Pianoforte for.Sale.;. V AprOV VV V IIAKKIN8& HARDER 0.J. CHAFFER, Charleston.II. V ,, .Sotics.' -:.n"":' .

..,' askbgbrstes.' I .: '$ : V V' f. tVVF1oisr.W I A very PIANOFORTE Is offered for ... Dissolution.Notice.rpITE" :R. FORT Savannah, < SIX.eb..fter.tli, aaderslrned wflj upJly .

.:...'EtrCbal ofPer Iaotnrvn., .aoteBaltimor* at U Mai 62J per i .Joa, very.reasonable Urms 4t can b4 seen at heretofore :\ta.iLOs&AWgstor.Bj'order aJttdge of PMbat ofOnd MMty .' IV'
the Buffiit 'tonMttHte \FoLarUca1ars;enquire Copartnership l existing between of the Board:. ,for Letter.'ot Adaiaiairatloa oa tie 'f"
in lot eststo
bbLfrom and from 1575
wharf store at :L. V
per, ofCol.t4.Banngioor 1 undersigned undertheHyle of lIAR. Samuel Kales
':;- Steamer".. ..'from.Charleston,' April barr ,T/rt *' -:' i prl-t. .:., "9:9'< .Jo ,ll., Kurt' V RISON,A 00, lithiidsT dissolved! by mutual e n. ,'- apr2.3wJ ;SANDERSON'l'reaiJent. -, .2-Gw. ,late.of said, eout1AeeeueL'Zap 11-

'1T"W.0. lCsI tyrtt,1ady aa4 lent; J Roger and Cor*-W."Ue* M change in this article. Tbe V ...'Tbe bMfneM .f the firm was be adjusted :_ ,:;;;.. For,Sale,> V ,. 'HOasuuz3Lmat1i ""

lady Xn.ytl\tllMS.\ .A.:, thkbCiJliatAJMrI sale haw boon light at former'prices.Bafon : : bliomut.rfthe. ;; Ladies.rnnE f J. P. SANDERSON ttd.make upon Immediate whom all Indebted pymentras aref8411I.tad .1.4. A HIGHLY Improved LOT., situated etle : ,
; SaP and 2 ehUdrra. R 0 _WequoU Sides at 8 5-49 cents Should V Ladies'of Jaeisoav&/eftad'vicinity are IfA -' It Is neeesmry te that. the books'ef the late ira. should J the centre-of the Town upon which is a largoand S" ; 11
House.tbree stories htrh, ;
Browa ftad aerrfc Mi* M O Davis C D Cur.E VT ..tT accents, mad Hams at I&rUeeats.Soft. .. speetfolly. Invited to 'attend a public meeting, be closed without. delay., : eommodioiuBoarding hoWe JS
which will be held dally at the store o f Messrs.UankinS V V fi."I- RR SOl', THIRTY-pod rooms,TWENTY-TUREB t
VfflLK.,J.JT Caldwell.W A Caldwell.J M Payne. .-Tbero hare pee no importations dating &Hardee, during the spring and summer V V. J. P 8ANDERs0icZ fire places. with all accessary out-buildings. good val eonnty, for Letters of Admiij taUlo* n 1,1 ,

D A Barleson F K YnMf JS Liviatsto II''E the week. lII*setlliJg 6m store at $1 1>].1 15 to examine the finest and Met selected assortment ,1lCkaoa pdJ s,''- : !ip1G4t VV- water.Ins shade trees. to.TBvUluE. -Also,, 'the estate Illmeduks. ,LeareV)at of sa1 : '
.8 dUJDavkbs' P 4OIrn.JJW2tszsoii .f BONN BTS ever broaght to this market. V V countydeceas.&r', HO 17 .
'Y7 UfT ,
peraack.V -- '
V V aprl& : UJ.1I1UNS'AmARDEE. THK,.Bubseriber,will continue the.busiaessief ,. : apr !2w of .-
r.MDdJfJ .J ". jM 'I..ipW-W. hear of Ik* l,of New Orleans ; the old stand of E L llarrfeo.AC ,, V V ,,

ttedwit.K DMOL W TT. D Skim. Whisky,|n bbJs;at,24-.i p gallon.Thk ; 'M ESS: PORK" HAMS,: BACON, ; & FJM Mercbandlilog.,where h,wiQ at be pleased to dispose'of goods attatteh A PRIVATE. RESIDENCE collliderM.t on tie;adjoin.s-JiiaL AdLing < ForSjde V. .i V :' V-
ute lbw Jot Tbi. II tt<>stv '
fcjTer"ui ef"Maiamora, from,Savsinah April ._- artieU'to Utof from the wharf. at : JECF-Ju4 heceitec1'JII /or AIcCUEK.., lover ratesthsn ever before offered. A .ontlnnatlori ble proJIQrt1311 this thriving town and will be sold A CAPABLEENQIof "U.uOB*, .
: : by' .. ,:T* heretofore so liberally OA. We
;V;_H' Han. M iun' ,a D TT.Alexander,A nt .t 2M1Z7pe, ,eiak .,: V V I V : //fACKE&tL&c.-1or: _p sale_ fttahe lowest .vttend*..r
Jacksonville.; .
aaftis Janes 0 J.W Singe Andreas CanotrjyVl b : ; H ofwbAch-may b.
\ P ) ress9cttpityoiisiteLt.
jjV :
'possible prices >r ,1cCUEN! obtsaodfrcmCapcjy'g Steamep7u,
*$ "! *" ,lUreh.J,8 SUr.no, MiMIlarrisoa. Doer.L.D. Bun, says of 6TABLEB'8 AN- < ',., uF .Ot..1T nBETT, 4' tf tlce. 'V --f V Arpl, to. : '11.. ,:' .

Mr 8adI.. n Denslow, )ttmfltsa. ODTNECIthtkt KXPECTOEAJTI', '-I bare :DRtGOODs..WiU U .sold' at onnsnalljr' .Ad1 leo ,!' -i' : : .n Q DC'weeks"after date It wttf pptt.to the ZIot ." V .., V ,;..,; t-1ajtn'jUat: tI C -

UO&AliMt'tO& u'! B (ft*..TTlfoety.coral administered it. raral.cMai | roachlal Affee- ': V ,>:f Ct1Ei Clear the track for' Old Kent k.' I.O Iadjfe of Proqate.'ftr Jlsnaade o"tri lot 1
___ -, -fetters ot.A4mbdjtra&ioasnVtb.ZIt. ;AM> OILS In
1 I PAINTS U1qau_, V
AND ,CUIJLBRr--t J." ,
Uons wjtk/the'most, tIam jrsMMjand from a prUes ECJBIYBtf reqent''arrtVsli ?large aaXV "J
HARDWARE V T3 'per ruso14espaio4. t tp c'r w- ... "', 1)lJl .
Corn 1 kttt D MCCCEN. ; 1 1 7' j
knowledge of its ftdattrabte effeehj less with the : ;by sortMent ef Kentucky Jt>ns,Cottonadev1 I: tr ." .! .w''jr ltOBE1t.T8TAPPORD.

-TUt..J/t1isCorsfoPu1.by dCUVP.rG.u.;"vf I.-.J grtatett eonftdsnee recomaeod tif ld. ':. d.fO fVoB'XCCtVof'.f12.qualic1,'Jnat'receivcSflrattheatortof urmULrilhiDf, &A*tc. .' V I J.'l"\ '}') rr.'to. '{. perJAoCLA1t DITTER.iL4nD; sad CHEESE-Jus77e,

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T1TE1 -7'.R D 0 RID A.; NEWS.PWJLIS11ED :ffl tq nbi} )fl nstusf tt& .f Isf& : rQ tsst liJlat" ti.o..1f"Js., I '1 tJ1rs', -Cntbs.' '. 'lJoinsttt SP.Q rumn

. EVEKV .BAJUHDAY, ATJSktMvUleVlWva "5 -4EW ',SP UNG.G: jjst S -S ; t. : JACKSONVILLEINSTITUTE: / 1IGpt1nak: :Braham, .-"- I S.-A.. ; E. M.'GILBER.XUUJ'J.C'tUURS.J S PO1NSETpThDIMUOXEcJsp

!Ceaat'r, Il.rUa,ky .- AT LAW ; DEAi -
S. PElt ALE 'A TTQ: R !BYS *

GEORGE C; POWERS, &TX). ttWHE undersigned has Jart rt eelve11ystethera :, -" ,. Of f ICE;AT PALATKA, F.P, .LERS in an a&Ne."aUt1h descriptions of CAR -
direcUom Nr* York, ; ., ., S -' '
,- CIrcuit. Business 04C'm
in the Eastern
TEI.X4> Tm DoUart j er..*Mw,in advance.No A LARGE STOCK OF t ; :,- [ entrusted practice to their care will be promptly at- '*okra.EruzT.eat5 ;iKov. T' ILvjar-Srairr, MOST CERTAIN.AND \11 *. EiErg
paper, 'discontinued until all" arrearages. .are SPRING SUMMER GOODS. a.-- to. Feb.1,1.-tl' Charleston Our stock S.is an C. extensive:.on*, and purchasers i 'FOR TIlE CtmE.OJ'

.' paid,unless at the option of the Publishers. :which he DOW'oCon to the public at very,low' .prices' :B DL Pearson ,respectfully requested to-eall on us, u w* can S ChronloDiaErhwa:

B7J AoTEansKXssn: will.be Inserted on the FORCASH. ,, ; Offer great inducements in style 'and price*-and S Which kit net hen pretexted tf'A,,. ItOy

fuQowltt ieravirOae The assortment is complete every variety of ):,..8WABT:AND MRS .H M TTORffMY' A T LA.Wi any articles bought at our establishment arc warranted i Ilu epoeiesrn ssevizsass4s.pvffi*
.tlle aod.fashion. Among the many articles may ,Florida and will awr.Wy t.
lines and under remoted ht Jacksonville .in every respect
twelve Associate Prwcipali. H HAS
square CTBIT CJ
per be foundDmisaudEng1bprinthDo- tit the Eastern and Southern,CbeaiU. .,A
for UM first iascrtiaa. and li eau for each snbsefiucnf Ginghams;Printed THE EOURTII YEAR of this'Institution practice Court ef the State; and in tie U-S LEONARD CHAPIN. UOIJr DI1'AlfCB..a

Insertion.- To yearly advertisers a liberal MesHes and Lawns from 10 eta to SO eU yer yard commence on the 20th of September tost. Court forth Northern District. of Florida. Manufacturer and Dealer in an mni3 Valuable priparatiod eotownraded
* Hg'd and plain Borages; Silk Tissues Tarltens, The classes will be arranged so'as to embrace \
7,18iZ tf ANDHARNES8. JL (rosa several medicinal roots
'discount wQl be made. & CARRIAGES growing
Mall, Jaconets plain and checked French different and of the and kinks
Swiss ; ages capacities pupils
( *''27AH advertisomeaU must be paid.for before Cambrics, plaid and plain; Changable eol'd Silks, progressively promote their intellectual imIWOTmont Cooper &Basinger '); K.- 124 iMeeOai-Stwrt the Wild of Florida. It is rvau.r and*w>utT -

: iorton, unless by a regular customer. By referring from 871 to fJl; Wide Black Bilks Florence aDd and also insure to them thorough next door North of Pavillion Hotel and 33 Wsa- Vegetable;aDd deeifaed xsrcciaur.for tae

; to"our terms, the requisite sum may bf,asecrjUmodstnd Mareeline do; A very fine lot of Embroidered ,ia the various depsrtmentsoflit.ratuzi and ATTORNEYS AT LAW, woaTH-STKEET, Charleston, 8.C, cure of the above d sw.. The Invent?*and
: transmitted, with advertiscnicnt.. Swiss shawls a few neh embroidered and plain Mathematical Instruction will be continued SAVASMAH,.GA. Zcgantstock of Coaches Roekaways Buggees Proprietor'i*ran, convinced that Ills aa Invaluable -
-. Tantou crepe shawl*; White Lace Mantilla Ac.; he former Teacher.', Eastern and Sulkies, constantly en hand. Prices low; Medicine. :in iact the tcst'tbalaebat
i ; Cy.Advertisements not nurked with the1 number A choice lot embroidered Geods,Pointed Collars; The French and Drawing Depcrtmeat will [ practice in all the Courts of the Cir tef1' aeeomod&&iJJ .air ft-ly given it in the to.a. Ja wlicb be resides

of insertions required',-will bo continued until i Do.L C Ildkffs. Chimcsettes Undersleevcs CuBs under the direction of Prof. Dee ochir$. Circuit of Georgia; alsein* the Eastern and the astonishing ntttu.witk which ft ..
Ae4 the latest fashion Ladies Hats, at low Musical Instruction will be given to the or FIOTSIs- I :
very and Harries
Repository .
fotjjaMcbagodfor: Carriage met, warrants him ia that it ia POSITIVE
drices Mines and Ladies'Flats; rich boncet ribbon of this InotitoUoh by any of the Professors of on the:Bay,over the RepublicanReading saying a
L "trP- Fi1'o Dollars'will becbargod for all anTjounccmei and lining Ladies and Misses' Slippers, Ties, Science In Jacksonville j the Principals leaving Room. At the Walte IU..,S*.thVr t-C.' .f CURE. Be.au &lereton'come to tie
; 4 >ts.of candidates for oflce} In W1'I1 e. 0alters Boots and Bootees. optional with the parents and guardians to P. Coons. WK.S.B.tSGZa.. MEETING AND WESTSVORTU 8T8., determination to place it within tVe reach of

. -. One square;for six month : : $10 00 FOR GENTLEMEN. TEBMS,'CpayalJ( .,"l1i1wlIn.-For one quarter, Dec13. tf F Charleston I. C. all,knowing bow many suffer whbtbUmynnplessant

1!Legal other Business Cards per an. 10 00 A very fine assortment of Ready-made Clothing, eleven weeks: : of thelowest and .often dangerous Disease,particularly .
! 1 Pants Coats Vest of quality. and Felix Livingston CARRIAGES every description in tie Southernand Western State
c- Debtors and Creditors, : 7 00 every style, Orthography, Reading Writing and Arithmetic on hand and BO article sold except .
Notice to 5 00 fashion; a beautiful style of rammer hat for gentlemen ,. .. .. _" $4 ATTORNEY AT LAW., such as can,be warranted In the fullest term, In purchasing HIT ,INDIAN'LOXECVST be
Application for Letters Administration, ; also, a superior quality of French boots' Grammar Geography and History; 6 5-Sm )L It NATlUN. particular and I look for my written. signature
Application for dismissal as Administrator, 10 00 and gaiters; shirts drawers wrappers collars era- Mathematics and the higher branches of JACKSONVILLE, FLA. by mar on 'tel.beL -

for benefit will he charged rats. &. Cloths,eassimeres, -Testings always English Literature ft_ pri1 28. tf
Editorial notices private OAK I referthe
D. to few certitate belew
c. public
hand. Also Tailoring done 16 order on short no. The French Language,in classes 6. a
- S doable the rates advertising. tice. Planters wishing to make large bills can do Drawing and Painting. do. '. S JEWELER selected (rom among many receited from re
notices will be inserted gratuitously. this other in the Southern spectable citizens .f Jacksonville. .
-'tt:7 All religions as wen at store as any Music, from 910 to $15 for 24 lessons. -

- : ;. ,'. States. A large lot Negroe's Wear constantly An additional charge of CO cents for fuel, -ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR. JackMBvlllc.' Flcrida. (j EGBERT POISSETT.,

r l **:"AU admissible'personal communications will bebsJgod on I and. The public are solicited to call and examine also be made to each patron for one quarter, : Palatka, Florida. .. KBBPseonstantly onhandfine ;P.8Phatnabou14' not be wit\e t tin
Goodsand will find it to
Prices as they \ assortment of '
advertisements. winter. Sept.1. 1851. ll-tra Will attend he Court. f the Cercnit. valuable Medicine. Every famIly eight to
I as their interest to purchase at store-.every article WatcbM Jewelry and Fancy
aflD3rAll bills for Job Printing, must be paid on being sold cheap for cash. Jacksonville male Institute, 1 3m' G.ods.which he offers for eale cheap for cash.. keep n OR bnd. -
L. B. A3IERMAN A.lI.RUD'prIDCfJ' Agent for Jselsoille. .
(he delivery of the work.'j REV. I. SWART A. M. Pr.'n feb26-SW .
No.2 Block Newnan and F. CLAY BARRETT, .
business and communications, Byrne's ,corner 4
'j, IE7All letters on A1)rU 10,l83. c Bay streets. Xotary PaMlc.Tftr MALONE & TAYLOR, 'JacksoulUe. Aup", J6, 18.31. ly
must be post paid, to receive Rates Tuition.

t t me u ... -- Groceries; Provisions Liquors Orthography Reading, Defining, Arithmetic 1nm,i ll'- toting Acknowledgment of Lumber Commission Merchants, ITeltice. S

AGENTS: fcc. Penmanship, per quarter of eleven week, $ Deeds; and tlker Instruments Writing P.DILADELPXIXA Directions for
HAllDWARE CROCKERY &c. using Poinsetfs Indian lexe
: Geography, Grammar, History.Composition, ft be used M the Slates of
1: Jlaj.JOHS BEARD, Tallahassee, Fla.a Elocution and Book Keeping, do, NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA. S Very respectfully solicit consijcnments ef cast will be found oa tbe ID4 Jeol.nF F

Fla..t Higher branches of an English, Mathematical &utLumber ,and Shingles, "-. en each bottle. .Wheseiberel* Inn attend
: J. G.' RKAano Esq Ocala HENRY HOLMES
with E L Harrison & Co., '
and Scientific course, do, Liberal advances made. Refer leg the disease, purgative snonld ia
Joins DARLISO, Esq, Tamp, Fix (AT THE OLD STAND or II. T. hTUS,) Oct 23-tL very
Ancient df be used before
The Languages, E- T. BROCK,PAila., f lB. T.RicwaixmonPhlla.; ttte the ,Loieeust. Should
:> Gen. S. RUSSELL Newnansville; Fla. WOULD inform his friends and the Public The French Language, in classes.' Philip Fraser T. E. BCBEXAS,Jarbemnlle,Flo. there be a tendency to 1dam111054'irge ate*.

Capt J.J. K IGHT, Alligator, Fla. he has now on band, and will be Drawing and Perspective, ( feb 12-ly erately,and give the Loxeeust smaller doses
-tt constantly receiving, a large and splendid as Painting, ia water colors. 4' CO UNSELLOflATLAW, than the dote.
. Fla. U average .
t t : B. Fates, Esq Garey's Ferry, !orhnl'n10f oil JACKSONVILLE FLA., 83IITll & WmLD 'i,

-- .,: QEO. CEWTE, Esq, St. Augustine, Fla. GROCERIES PROVISIONS, WINESand Prof. C L DES ROC ERS instructs ILL attend to any professional busines DFALLRSI.t A FEW MORE OF THE MANY. CEBTIFI

: I.Judge,A. STEELE Cedar Keys,Fla. LIQUORS. HARDWAREand Drawing and Painting. octV.I, entrusted to him in the Courts ofth FAINTS OILS, AND GLASS CATES

*:.;" 8. GuiissiEsq1 Pilatka, Fla. CROCKERY, BOOTS alldSIIOES $160 Reward. Circuiti and the Supreme Courts a I awn TettmotiatfTO aRtfiiJtr PT" i

? JACKSON PRIEST Esq. Flemington,-Fla. ,fa fe, e has also such anadvanta SERIf /fTTT i\HIDiIZ- The following certificate of tie efficacious qualities
: which he offers at the lowest prices, for cast or BAXAWAY, on the 16th Dec. connection with an able Lawyer at Wtsh H/J-l< of this Medicine is from a regular physician
-'. C. P. CoorEa, Esq, Savannah Ga. COU TRY PBODUCE. from the plantation otthe ', City,as will ensure a prompt and spec : N..60]EAST.BAY,OPPOSITE P.awl M.BASK, .in Columbia county: ;

,. Those wishing to purchase articles in his K theAucillariver,othe county of Jeff \ of such claims as may be placed CHARLESTON ,S.C. PIHK G&OYK. Columbia eoi, YE.

tC Ebt NtW u line, will find it tothe advantage give him son a negro man by the nameof"TO hands, against the United States. They keep constantly for sale, a general S .F,Febrmary 29th, 1852*.iMr.
a oilL apr 2-c) (calls him-elfThomas.)is abOut28t030 years 17 assortment S Egbert Printer;
,- JOB PRINTING OFFICE. slim builtabout5 ftl6inJtighweigtS about PAINTS &OILS of all kinds. WINDOW GLASS I Dear Sir:I have used three bottln of your In-

**tfc NEW STORE, NEW STORE f to 140 pounds. Complextion very black; A. A. OCHUS AND SASHES.BPTS.TURPENTINE.CAM- ,I dian Loxeenst all succeeding admirablv. One el
I > P11ENB. SPIRIT GASS, TALLOW the bottles was used in a ease Chronie Dysyntery
SPRING AND SUMMER 1853. of his eyes, red ; bus rather a small and
of Bass
thorough perfor which bad
of GRI Jf DSTONDS,CORDAGE.LEAD produced prolapsus sal or protrusion ef
ftllAvraa received from New York a supply hand And foot for a aeero. When walking upon the Piano and Guitar, would res- PIPE IRON PUMPS, ChAIN the rectam, which bad baffled all other reined
for Job Printing mITE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving their clines little forward. He is a toy to the citizens of Jacksonville .
Type and other Da.teriallsuitabl a announce PUMPS Ac, Ac. that had been tried (and these were not a few.)
now prepared to execute,at the shortest notice JL Spring and Summer Stock of has traveled with me some,particularly I vicinity that ho will be prepared from the march 12-ly. The result was a final cure with one bottle. Tour
- we are Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Florida in going by the way of Aligator, : January to afford perfect satisfaction to any Indian Loxeenst is the most positive and certain

,'all kinds of (o which they invite the attention of buyers before nansville. Wacahoota and Stafford Pond may favor him with their patronage. GEORGE ABBOTT & CO. cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoea of any remedy
PumpfcleU, Circular, parch Ming elsewhere. I have the Wacasassee. lie is : .from Col, J. Bruard, and dis tbat I have as ye:learned the use eC
Law Blank. Hand Bill., Apr9. HAN KINS A HARDER.Q I place on Pianists of the North can be seen et any No.97:-: ,(opposite Boyce*C.'. Wharf.; Respectfully years.Ae,
BaLnci Cards, Sh.w Bill. X. B- Store formerly occupied by Messrs ; very polite and pinsable when spoken.to, dee 18--tf. C'hatiestonf "Viilln Cards Bill of Ladla;.) Moody It Bonltar. c a most artful scamp if he thought it to --, 3>. B. Send me another supply isunedfaterv.
Label, Lcn .c. s.c.I I. i'I vantage might deny belonging to, or GASBANDrCADIPHENEJ mull fctf.C
4Jjjfi.wworkoJthiaLiNdtoh8peiUoflicrV. CHEAP STORE. ing me, and eten change his name. The BUSINESS CARDS. SPIRIT
: Frost Ret. 1. &rff7I.JaeDonrlTle .
Juno 1-l. account bad of him was in Columbia with lamps of every description for the same.
HENRY E. W. CLARK where be told I had sold him and was on HERNANDEZ & REYES ALSO SOT. %. lSfl.
Mr. E.Poinsett
Dear Sir: I take pleasure expressing
and American White LeadPaints
ERYFAULY SHOULD HAVE A CO. BAY STREET. way to J\l"ksenyil1e-he may be aiming for AST TAIOL0I1.S English to you my approbation of your Indian
;. .EE PY.-An invaluable toot, only %5rl6. ptrropyAtoM TIlE undersigned baring taken the NEW Stone vannah or :Charleston as he has been at Jackkvnvllle Hail Florida. Of'every kind, Linseed and SpermOil Lexical as family _riici.. I have used it with
I tnowtkytelff Hunter's MedicaJUnuel by J. HOLMES respectfully invites the those places. I think it not improbably, -, Glass, Putty, &c. good wctesc Tom,rcfpeetftiny,

and hand book for the afflicted- ContainIng attention of the public to his well selected stock of anI'.he may have been tampered wits by s .L REYES returns their thanks inarch 12-ly.WM.M. I. SWART.

b an outline of the Origin. Progress Treatment Goods adapted both for Country and City trade, white person; if so. I will give One te their friend and the public generally.- -5--- From Her. Jot C Lq.
would call ana
'and cure of every form of disclee, contracted bj buyers before purchasing do well elsewhere.to Consisting examine his of stock thefollowing'assortment dred dollars for apprehension and liberal patronage they have received and hope LAWTON & CO., J.t't xriJle.N'.17,1851.
t Promiscuous Sexual Intercourse by Seif-abnse, or of and information us will lead to the eon't strict attention to business,to merit a continu Mr. PoinRtt-This will inform you that for several .
t I by Sexual Excess. with advice for their prerenticn Goods Hardware And Cutlery staple Boots Fancy and Shoes Dry;, of such person, or I will give fifty of the same. Having received the latest styles FACTORS years have suffered much at different times

written in familiar style, avoiding all medic Hats and Caps Musical .Instruments, Perfumery, lars for the delivery of siiJ negro to from the North they are prepared to exe "'IDCommission. from Chronic Diarrhea. I have tried your Indian
t.chniealiLies.nd everything that would offendS all work entrusted to their care wjth despatch Merchants Loxeenst and received au entire relief; and have
I Combs and Brushes and in Jefferson
Fancy Soaps, a on plantation county ,
result of some twenty generalU.col1ment my ;
of decency, from the invite all to doubt
. the ear in a workmanlike manner. They to no reason its being permanent. Believing
successful practice cxelusiveiy devoted of Toys and Fancy Article. Also, i a twenty-five dollars for having second door >.. 13 SOVTIICR.N; WIIARF, it to be
Newnan which low. I
years them a call, (on street a duty to the afflicted. present -
"to the cure of diseases of a delicate or private na large stock of elegant Saddles, Bridals Ac, Wood lodged in any safe Jail so that I can get him.feb Dr. Byrne's new building.) assuring the pub CHARLES S C. you this certificate which you can ese as yea
Ware fine selected stock of fob
and Crockery a
S ture. !9-1'Jt JOHN moderate and all Wra. >I. Lawton, I Wm. \ Taylor. think I
Provisions-. E.W that their prices shall be gar- I proper. will also say that ia conveningwith
To which is added. rocipts for the cure of the Groceries and CLAKK. warranted to fit. It. Wainright Bacon, f| Joseph T. DilL many who have used your medicine,I have
4 Street.
: S 'abbre diseases and a treaties on the causes symptoms __nor Bay CG 4gS3Jj B. Cutting and reparing at the shortest notice march 12-ly not found one who did not receive vcfieC
ted of the Fever and Ague. for twenty.
cure -t, JOliNC-LET.
S S Are cents a copy fix copies one dollar: will be APOTHECARRY HALL 7MHE UNDERSIdNED, having leased the WILLIAM M. TUNNO, Pastor Methodist Church,Jacksonville.

.. forwarded by any part of the United States, by A1D il SAW 31 1 LL, have formed Copartnership GEO. II. SMITH & CO., Factor and Commission Merchant, .
------------------------ -5'-- -
"S mail free of postage. Address; po ce raid TEA DEPOSITORY. the purpose of inn COMMISSION
."Box,108 Post Office or the 'Author, 33 North SOUTHER wuagycuAuLxnroysiocmcagoLlnaaept4,1S52. The Wonder of the World!IDEYINES
: Seventh Street, Philadelphia. A,.3, Dr. liyrug't /'! U1\IDER tf

I Where is kept constantly Hand a large and for the Home Market under the stylo and JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. COMPOUND


? ; TER will forfeit ISO if failing to euro any DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. SUBSCRIBERS have entered into eo- AND COMMISSION
: FACTORS 'A and for COLDS
,case of secret disease that may come under hit careS nThc: above miV>*cril>crs would re, ( J sure pleasant remedy ,
" no matter how lopg standing or afflicting. Either and just. received by late arrivals warranted fresh solicit the PATRONAGE of the PubIio, partnership business, and for the purpose of carrying to make on sale the MERCHANTS, couansjCnoup. wuoorao COUGH, AS-

S-S j I ..-Invited to his Private Rooms, 38 North and genuine. Also as they have entered into the business for the on consignment are er prepared lit auction, (one of the NO. 118, BAY STREET TILMA and lungs enough are lefl tmmiai
Seventh Street, Philadelphia without fear of in. PcrfuraeryCombs, Soap?lLtmrl, press purpose of being an auctioneer.) Both of the fees are SAVANNAH GEORGIA. liCe ,

;- S I terruptioa from other patients Strangers another < Burning-Fluid, &e., SAWING LUMBER: FOR acquainted with the merchant and citizens or A Certain Cure for Consumption I

"of a Physician who have are been invited unfortunate to call.in the selection which win bo sold low for cub. 'fIijJ-AND VICINITY.-! interior, which gives them the advantage or Strict attention will be given to the sale of Cotton Safe for tit Ivfant or tie Itivafuf,t'. any Stag
Csautryders olicltrd and ptanrfuallr attended I.ruYslclaNS n ready sales of any goods or merchandize moJcmar
unrestrained indufgcace other and liberal advances made,
IMPOTENCY -Through Mm attached or produce,
I. FKF.SCRIFTIOXS PUT CF WITH CAR1 They will also have a Grist to may be sent to them on consignment. "The sentiment consumption eaaaot be
of the passions by excess or self-abuse the AND DISPATCU.SODAWATERAND. Machinery; and as they have the agency of will ve'tlleir attention to making good when desired. ,
invol W C Lorn. P II Lorn. cured hIS destroyed more lives tbD the disease
t evils are numerous Premature Impotency, the PluVM>G MACHINES of Isaac !immediate Mies. They would respectfully so- JOB .
S notary seminal discharges wasitng of the organs. SYRUPS Baltimore,which will be in operation in a few patronage from merchants and tradesmen o. jan 21, 1852. _ly itself.!-Dr. Wurrtu.If .
S loss of memory distaste for female'society, gen and which is entirely 80.-ellll this part of the eitie who wish to sell goods in our market. sny individual is to be pitied,and aeed
t eral debility, or constitutional dotangotnent are of my own manufacture, in their highest state opcrfccCon try-and one of the firm being an old and business in their liDO will bo promptly E. IV. Bukcr, sympathy, U is the consumptive-always expecting
sure to follow. It necessary consult the Doctor ,in their ztrason,to be had at the covnte enced hand with all the above machinery,and to. SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL COMMIS- to get well and yet the painful evidence -
St, with confidence ho offers a perfect cure. of them well with the
,. being acquainted GEORGE II. SMITH, ION, MERCHANT, of decay almost 'makes the inner iou)
':'READAND REFLECT.-The afflicted would TEAS.A
1 the City in their line, they will endeavor to JOHN W. PRICE. shrink witb the outer flrsb.
,t -de well to reflect before trusting their health and for the N. Y. Pekin Tea general satisfaction, to all who will favor SAVANNAH GA.
happiness, and in many eases their lives, in the nt Company with their evicts -A M Reed Femandes. Bishee March 20 1552. "Some bloom as roees bloom and live as roses fife,
hands of physicians ignorant of this class of mala TEA of direct importation, and of iJiirty-four AugstS 1853. H-tf R Boulter A Co, Samuel Williams. AIop A ly A single morning space t"
1 I dies. It is certainly impossible for one man to undcntand varieties from |to I Ib. (in a package. '.Jacksonville;Boston A 0 nnby,J'A Laroacb ---- AVL ile 01 hers, in more mature life,-by a ne

all the ills the human family are subject All tcarranicdand at extremely low price J. & HOGARTH, Moore A Co, Seaborn Goodall, Savannah. Boston & Gunby, imprudence a slight cold neglected,-in tile
1 : respectable physician has his peculiar ,, '/ l-'ia Jo> 10. 1852. tf hectic flush -ike painful cough. -
,. .to, Every successful than his GARDEX AND FLOWER SEEDS, Tin. Sheet Iron, Copper Lead and Zinc ,, COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL ,
branch,in which he more '*
COMMISSION MERCHANTS "The prints of their departing
brother professors, and to that ho devotes most 01 PLANTS, (fr.CCOUXTRYDEALERS8nni45ed.. J ACIt50nu.LF.: FLORIDA. WHOLESALE ASD RETAILTIN'MAN'UFACTOny steps appear.
i his time and study. ror.Ea. coRnea BAT AD srsxznon: : STREETS, But here it Hope
TTEEPS constantly on a good
OF PRACTICE. exclusively devoted to lao,areomsagW" 4colh. T. !
YEARS IV. of TIN WARE, of his own &' SAVANNAH,.GA.II MrWILLIAMDEYINESthe originator
; the study and treatment of diseases of he penal marH-ly_ S which be offers on as favorable terms as and 12 Barnard at., Savannah, Ga. X wonton | JOBS H. CtTilBT. manafjctureref tie Pitch Loienge.u oder Prey

I I i organs together with ulcers upon the bones.b dy mercurial, throat Who wants to Insure his Life ? purchased at any establishment of the kind N Nov. 1.J8.il. Cm dence.w,s raised to perfect health by the use of
in the head
I now or legs pains or lIE Subscriber invites the
, din or South. He I is aleo prepared to execute at respectfully public these Lozenges alone, after be was pronounced
J rhematium strictures from youthful gravel excesses 1. irregularities or impuritiesof THE undersigned! would take this opportunity notice,and in workmanlike manner any inspection of his stock of Charles t:. Dunn, by a Physician to be almost dying with con-
eases arising inform his old friends and the
the bloefc whereby the constitution has become eraDy,that ho has removed from his old public stand gen and SHEET IEO.X,COFFEE, LEAD OE ZMC. (Planished" Plain and Japaned Tin Ware SURVEYOR OF TIMBER 4'- sumption. S

enfeebled enables the Doctor to offer speedy relic setup mil motto is "quick sales and small profits." he is constantly manufacturing. Person PPOINTED by the Governor,for Distal county These Lozenges act beneficially oil.f very part
to all who pUee-Uimsdvos under:hi* care. THE DRUG STOREIn he relies on the public to sustain him in his Savannah will do.well to examine my A having been qualified as such offers his services of tbe system, and make strength and vigor .
07": Medicine forwarded to aalpart of tho United STOVES.of all kinds always on hand. .previous to purchasing elsewhere. to the public in that capacity. take the place of weakness aa4 debility, and
States,-Price five and ten dollars per package a more pleasant and convenient location. from town or country, thankfully received Tubs Shower Baths Hip Bath?,"and S Jacksonville.Feb 1. 185. tf will in ease where lungs sufficient are leftto
C i -- .. Those winning to procure FKESU DEL-OS at low punctually attended to. April 10, '5% Baths.. Cooking Parlor,and Office Stoves, any
check the ulceration and raise
-' A'FFLICTED READ!!-PIIIU E.LPUI.i MEW prices will find it to their advantage to call at various sites and most approved patterns. sustain life,
*;'X\.' CAL Horse. Established 18 years ago, by SO. 1, WOOD'SORNANENTAL i ware of every description; Enamelled !FORT & DUNHAM the patient to health. This is nets a idle beast,

Dr. Kis Ll! ,.N..W.corner of Third and Union Byrne's New Building IRON WORKS Tinned Sanoe Pans; Preserving Pans Revolv S iFAcmas nor U this Remedy seat Into the market wita-
street'between Spruce and Pine its,Philadelphia and other Waffle! Irons JUs.r Ac. Cutlery and out a thorough trial bat bas proved beyond a

EIG IIT 'fyean of extensive and uninterrupted BAY STREET. llidye Road, Philadelphia. Metal Ware 1'oreol'lltapl Pomps COMMISSION MERCHANTS. doubt tbat what bas been assert td can be doae.M .
practice spent in this city have rendered Dr.K. Don't forget to look for the number! Then call Pumps; Well Wheels; Brass and Pewter 9ld M h.iYeucaieot '
Iron Statuary, Lions, Greyhounds, 8AVA5VAH GEORG We tt fit*ont /
the most expert and successful practitioner and for any thing in the line of- :; .Couplings, Valves. U. Ae. Copper
of all diseases of a private land Dogs' Fountains of beautiful designs and and Water Pipe, and all other gamer u ripefntitt'f
near in the treatment Drugs,Chemicals,Perfumery,Paints Oils Dy copper ,HENRY R. FORT., T, K. DCNUAM. ,
mture.:Persons acted "With ulcers upon the stuffs. Spices Stationery Books,oVo.fte. stone sizes, Iron Stairs spiral and straight, on executed with dicpatch. J.KPATNEDnlgg1s.tgnt ,
body throat or legs pains in the head or bones, For the quality of his Medicines. the Public are proved plans; also-Iron Railings and \ # Also on sale, Octobet3Otb.1852.tf- for Jacksonville sad vicinity.
'mercurial rheumatism, strictures gravel disease referred to all the practising Physicians of Jack comprising upwards of 200 designs. ,, MINERAL P.AIN"S -. :; All orders for tbesc Loziages.. must be ad-
i and will be sent to .SILVER'S
-arising from 'youthful excesses or impurities of the sonville. Designs J., HOLMES. dressed C..'P. HOT.

I I -,blooD, ')' the constitution has become. enfeebled Physiclsns' stock, and Planter cht8t1 ncatlj part oct9-6m of the Union,ROBERT by addressing WOOD, 'hnad and weatherproof colors unfading cents General S Commission tenbn- mar 19-3nt Dariea.'Oa..

I ,are all treated with success. and earcrully packed and forwarded. ponndr JOUXJ.MAURICE.. S _
I .JJewbo places hlmrclf nnder the care of Dr.K. He will keep on band a full supply of SURGICAL May 29. 18W- ly 100 WALL' jBTREET, NEW. YOBa. DR. S. EcKEWEN,
confide his honor, as'a gcntleaa SNUFF AND TOBACCO
rellgoariy INSTRUMENTSofafl kinds --
and of the finest '
; mar Will pay particular attention to sale of Yellow, SURGEON DENTIST,
; deManUyupeflbsasAIhJjIcW. quality,' HOUSE FOR SALE.:: .
I 'Tatt petrtifutar not,*, Also agreti variety of ETERLOKILARD: UOOERN, FINISHED Pine Lumber Live Oak.and other Southern Timber 1T70ULD say to all who entertain doubts ef Ik*
two story and produce,and border, for purehassiog bin
'who have injured theme1Tcibjea 'V. usefulness of artificial Teeth tejiT. a
*eertabi.Toj50' Walpl -* 'kabU frequent/r TOYS AND FANCY'ARTICLES. MANUFACTURER, .House, aitaated ia 'a pleasant portion el Merchanaise.If dee II' eaQ,' and examine his beautiful style Bloek 8aat

1 earned irom,evQ companions or at pchool the of.S Don't fall to call and see whether you bay or X*. 42 Chatham sUreetfew'Yerk, 'town.. The'walls are of hilt finish and .." n.> I .' .Jin- Teeth. These are adapted 0 1M mouth in tae atIDOfpherie

sets bfwhfch are lIigbU1 felt enabea asleep pad not. Get Almanac gratIs, and tell all your / \FFERS for sal et'he following articles roof is tinned.. Therein a vacant, lot ad. ROCKENBAUGH: salon principle and with so much sweet
tlest1'oJ both mind and body. should apply [mm.. friends have on your return what a fine Store and Stockyou \J ranted of superior qualitj-: ,'that will be auld with the house,if de. 'GENERAL'CO UnSSlON MERCHANT *that U is scarcely ever Mud necfMary te as*
;abetS and constitutional detilitv Joa seen. JjfO.M. PA YNB. the springs. All the varieaa operatives ia Dental Sargery -
: by purchaser. For
diaUl Coarse to
v.- ol.e Scotch French, Kapp and terms apply
Df'ilIearc1t 12 J853.-tf 112 Pearl St :
.f mUoulu'Utrpt and physieal lassitude and i gee.S SnuffsAlso .BELLECIIA8SF& FINEGAN. ; : ,tbat eaa Contribute te the health and preservation -
Cat Tobacco in
r- lin.roil ,
oral prortraUeu Irritability aad all aerrous aff.e.S SN B... If not sold in two weeks the attention will be given to Iale,. 0- of the asters Teeth and Gums, delicately,
!,4lU of. the liver, and Groceries and.Provisions. papers. .tmorepardcnlardescriptlonof CAREFCL' though at the same time permanently ,.
*ions, IndiW1Ll9,;, various'articles be known premUes will be to let. 'B & F ;- Rice. Sugar,\turn be v Timber, and,
every disease any way connected with the disord A LARGE lot of fresh and choice em by sending other Southern Produce., Also Merchandise pufe All operations warranted verfbet er aa charge.

r of the procreative t>nctious cured,and./nil.vi- a foil price_current as above." __ : The 'Art Graining.. siiaeedonnsostadnntsgeousterms.. ,ool"11 S Residence tae.Bufiagtoa if desired.Heoesw Lilies
waited their residenoe
T at ,
vt :
Letteri the Climate Boil inciPi04 -
irI1ted' Toittb5tnd )fsnbooL. ATigorons Ufe.tor on inhabiiants Jacksonville and vlcini-i saareh&.U_, .
a Premature DealhThis book jast published '.receiredp.nd for sale by ., FLORIDA.: tyeaa now late their dwellings,orna- .JOSEPII'GRICE. -- -
is ftUed'witli tuefol Inioraiation.on the Inflnaaties mar e.e( ) D. MCCUEN. I interMtiogwork is for sale i.L'the 'In this new and beautiful tyle of 'OESEnAt 'COMMISSION MERCHANT; Executor*! JTotlce. .: _

and aNt of the Generative Organs. Is addresses .5 J.II.McRory.jrn and at.th. -Sews'' g, bj,.jhe undersigned,: His work can-' 33 WATER NEW-YORK QX MONTHS after dare we will present ear
iUelf alike t*Tenth, Manhood end Old ageand Dissolution Notice;; Jaekson villa. .'25 cents. : be surpassed O accounts and vouchers to the Honorable
.-should be red by 11.1' \ Copartnership heretofore' Port Office Stamps will be taken for. Letters' : ;iHalls Parlor :Bed STRICT and prompt attention given te the sale the Probate for,.. of BilltborpBgbAieXceatrli -
; eoauty
i existing between *; Rooms So articles of entrusted to bis
L eare
V .Tbe-TsJnabla advice aad tmpressir. van Ut) > THE can be ea 0y remitted by letter.' / produce .
prevent.yean ef misery and, soflenng undersigned tm4erthe style of B L.lIAR. : 'lanlls manner, cost, bflt:'little'more. .aad all orderipromptlycoapliedwlth.S : ;aid cifttta? wrigbt efbis
..Mi1riU and tare annually thousand*of Jires, RISON 4 CO,II this day dissolved br utual con. :Notice, pklr .iaa beat "asbtngfor'yearg.1\ |t is t i .. .April 24, 18&: j ItS wife of tbe estate of Thomas R. Ills.elt-
learn to sent. The business of'tie firm will be adjusted"v fioJsbed witha smooth \Ati .,for a taalaettleaeataf tb.aaa> ;and
WI Parents byreading it win bow : 'TeDL .heretofore eilrtiaz oader ,glossy surface, : .
J.P.SA whom i
S .U dirUCUO oftbelr ehU tea; requested to call and make upofi Immediate Indebted are Ttu'eOPaI'taenhip. *.B RNK. having, etwcadtonyrbI; .&o-frnUaiej.tu S.: N. Wi111a1l .ball*pply for a fuU.dUcharge' aa aid eaeeutrixand -

0. ,?**ArtaiittaaM of 25 cents enclosed a"let \ it Is necessary that toe books of the late payment firm should at dissolved by the death of Dr,Byrne,the -lin ." .$pacimeilsecena .J5kLtr.. Saloon COMMISSIONMERCHANT executor. .<. ',' ,I' ,- '

., iddmsed toDriKpiJELL1f, N.W.corner oThlrd be closed without. doltyi_ ' said firm w>Q be.closed by the subscriber.the fboU Church, Cspt.Wjllcy'houaeater: ; SS S.-, ,. "ILIZABCTH,McGinns;. ...
"r.; and Unioa'iBraeuL'betweea Spruce and Pinep4ulmabOpkinderrnvoIDpe S I!. t HARRTSdW, viving partner All persons indebted to,or 0l1 ,..and l'otlierpIi e>;. Apply: :as Cape\1n: J.iCU01'CTJLU ru,. S S S 'Eucutrb'"

: J-P. 8ANDER805.. accounts against said firm, are desired to seWs "'i i botte, 'or of Any. carpenter: 0( the: TEEPS constantly on band and tot sale'a .gen.IX. ; THIiEbD. B.. McGTJIB*' "-:
of i '
,*per return Miav address" 1. ;irZby; let' :JacksonTineApri2,1851.apIMt sums with as little delay as possible. ce 'lLsnLerscanbeaceommodat [. :. crumIoI..QEQCRIES > S 5' fe''r?.'1D -- : 'littmrWDTICE. /
-Tersons diiUnce may '% march l4f. A. 8. : ,. 11.
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S .ter.p MUp M,)and.be cured at borne, .. I. -Ties Snbscribtr S 55 ,will continue the bnsines .1 :Ap .GSOBOE WORTHINGTONt'I.CLll'CIl .; ,AND PROVISIONS.Or : .f
ef Medicine Directions .forwardeabyaeiMliajc : '.DissomUo ..NoUc&'i- : TBI lIST SIUTCTIOSS$, ., Xbir
.WracbsrI Merchandising at the old stand olE L Harrison J -' 110118& 1 ; PERSONS indebted"1. *itat of
.rsfcUUne, and put op teeare"from, Co-where hull! be pleased U dispose of goods aL- Copsitaershfp'lereiofo'ro' .in' : and, wpl sell them lowr tot ta&f than they.eaa be t1 .Lafayette Stafford lale of:SillsboroBiaj
54mage 01' .urioiItyl.J3.ok.pellersNewaAgontS.jcd1eis. TnR etlrting strasC jnE J aiFng.ecen)' l: S S '"Ollp&"e1MnIber.ba the 1Ith.Coantr1'prod. :
ranch lower rates than evet before offered., .A eon. 'John's Steam Saw Mill between the ;I pen< 1 county deceased will pleas easaii forward and
-' ; : '( .atlo ef the patronage heretofore so liberally- sctibers under the.style.DANIEIs MO the ab Ye.UOIQQ. ,would'!,respeetfblty I cit .etabalauebne.u literal settle the same, and.all.creditors, legateet.aad
t !'inda1l.tbr3sePfleWtlttheabov.workatYer7JavraLsL. extended Ike late'bonse ef L .patrongo rOr the public. there ,: "J' S ., r .lri" & : j
B Harrison A CoJfrespeetftiDysoHeltcd are at this S
4t CO.. dimolved'by mutual eonienVj:;) entitled to CWtribUloiaI AS-
." 1" ., .t"J S- \ ,; 1.1 j : ,some Ave to IixnolU unoccupied several STon corner of Union and Fomth strpeta for persons
and o .
ti1l. 1ff.# "Ii I'- doreen Jaequlin Daniel;harlot, wUh' fire I merly owned and occupied by Mr.:Jas- i1d to prfsenttbeJtearms.and'a: >msjjdsi
The'noUlO .
o ; 't:1Ii "u F/C.JJARRETT .m. ; plaoes.: within _. Armstrong.1
Agent.April. ., the intorests ifeonet
George let B .
L f
tie 1st d.
-I --S ; IIlfI': ; ,hundred and fifty yards ef.the Post Offieetand 5'meinvflOet.5'25'ISSl.5" 17 me for setthswrat otf'or before y

4* \q...-.. otIcer" .I ., ., M.. IL' !, thersiWS- ,' GEORGE J-JACQULIN MOONEY i .':undersigned fa agent for Gen Scott's "J. .. ,,, r .- -' I Ftbmary,,' 1855.. er their daibt. .'.m M fsrcrer
'i"OfIf ir4ta I shall freienl naN AdmiaUttittem Hotico. :5-: Eo L ILIRRISON. & tone coaCh and iwO hortM hack*ail va,.. ,, 1 "J.ORN., r. ".A&XNE ,: 'f. I .! s' '< 5- "jwarwH
: t.b for Ocala &
'f leaving FeRfuKbor .COLUI1BV&S4F1E.QLi
5--- ; w semLweekry ,
.._. brs.'t 'tlMi DOB Judge of .1rt ..after'date,'be AttdersiB -trm .f 1ii'LL.bol11'nt1'taA'Sc.S miJ 1J J853 ",apply at the offices of the Jacksonville S '.rJil t 'DRUGG1S.Ttr".h. : .-h. [ ; -. =.

dO'. f liaWwrowg ,pttrtyMA mlaI"ratw jsppIyAoIke.Koa.IuJge ef.Probat.ef-Dd-, ; 101J 1tih .a4B b1icIIC.. tit i-i1IL-tIk.: ;: I i II "r".1 tBTSinrs: sniLCnro; .dr'ij : TampajFehdL.J63-I. ')

I $Jaatef Corfze-dec.uod.'Jat: of sale Tal ooanij. for Lsttriol. AdmiuJstratien nIhe'istateW'TbwpDllos J, -e. nduetedbrthe'undersfgned' tole WJpetf.' /.' '1.11 0, 'tflUllf5JJ..ASJtE\J '..:" 1 i. NI'11,.JiSkesMUMjla, Imak ..;,.,'":" ;1 OCXU ',C it 4I "..::1JWb7

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_"..p.Xli'.r BEIf" .',..tOw.df' .T Ptrlde. 5 JqUNJf..U90Ali.5ii .; :' . (fJUDANIEL.la'. ; OffElll.Alarge and uceUeDt""rielatthe AR Foil li-ior1ri .5-: !.'. large loijust recelvidind5TiiI

Ib3&.zi.dl Sheriff and'. I-A0min'r. March29apr2-6w April 13, 18$3. eprlO-4t store of D )1 ].:. GLAsS" D McCUEN. cabby DMcCVP,

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