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: May 21, 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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VOLUME XV. "" .. 1 .JACKSONVQ.LE_ : PtA. .,; SATURDAY" MAY T .21, 1853.___ ;_:_;_;_ ._: >:, I.''>: 2 NUMBERS, -

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StI cbo. 'tti11, te4 In Sugar:or 5ea-isIand'cot'w ich "hch.are':richer and, more durable andwkich'will ter for this road was sought from the Leg band,.1ioutd the road D* bui'ham'the' : froa-au ss'w" :

ate the common ataple*-.of the country.-" also produce- ,beside al'sott staple i islature, it.was averred that the money SL Mary's or Jacfaontnk
TvzxL mwi DAXGOXXX.efci Theses lands caabe cleared and put in cotton,sugar, Cuba-tobacco,sea-island was ready to bnild.th* road., Now,, the woulibe for,tha Central Roadio shorten : .
..In tU daM., good tilth at the average,' cost fJ20an cotton, and numerous other ,crops:of the proposition is that the larger half of 'the its line of distance by tapping, theirs.It i deartiara.tillage,is tie Seat;of FJor-

wnj.ftr4 may 14nUw wiry .. acre, BO thai.their ,product the first year highest value: 'and that, too lathe most mone'mnst'come from Florida. Now, has been said that if we adopt the ids,mayjetbaffetad -LOt ri : ,

6b.wary not.ew .wttJt a+nile taronu to, donble'th- price.' of the salubrious aDdd 1i.htfu1elimit' in North- air,'the Isrger half of the capital will builda Savannah Charter It would be:very easyto -cad deter fellows &ey rte.itaiaeand '
VUk Wite&ac e7L land, and th.'cost of clearing it. After America. .Even the'.sugar planters of road from Pensaeolato Madison county. tap that roads Hamilton county,witha ,Senior/- .Pith,tie former,titvnferofthufoace -?
- She taut boat a Wm and mfg the first year, these. lands will yield 400 Louisiana would greatly.promote theirin- At thai point then, it becomes question road to the St.Johns* .I py,no. Let tn '
That : Ib*:of JSea-island cotton, or 2,0001be or teresti by.selling' their at' whether will the rely build iad the pcl.'lut iO *
Lrieb wealth ta brmtt l ; ; plantations a ws accept, prom ed, aid. us oa our own resources- our
Bataa! sk. ban JBM*fairw eluraa, agar, BO that their clear average product sacrifice and removing ,at this time to of Savannah.and go ,to Savannah, two own road, and then, if Savannah has capital joy a few wee 'g sport lad ,thelospkaE-,

n.rar-.ppri.. d..gbte.There.an4t .. maybe safely estimated at $100 an acre, Florida' 'The Peninsula of Florida presents .I hundred miles,or avail ourselves of,Jthecooperation and disposition to build a road through ties of bra Ja. Very nun j.tilflfli.c_*.a."

whercheek when cultivated in these staples. Whencultivated to the sugar-planter several Impor : Fast 'Florida ,and go to the counties I have'before mentioned,,let f Carr during tat Jrid pynon,taw rceollectioa

Together o.to awed i in Cuba-tobacco; and other tropical advantages which Louisiana,does not Jacksonville or St. Marys .as\ _the' case it be for'her to tap our road upon terms of whica always linage ft saHe. :
UtrIu&1atWAe.an' productions, these lands will yield afford. The first of these is the climate, may be, a distance of one hundred:miles, suitable to oar mutual interests.. I .
,n.r'lri&ehblc llll J from $500 to $2,<;and yet they can be which Lsfcoca bettendapted to the growth more. less: I do 'not myself hesitate I have bees ledtltlr. Editor,"into.,this TheCaptala' WW'not a'.reffiflair,brtdPBPTs -,

D e Mil*{II tafbt M infntJ pr purchased in fee-simple for $10 Vm'acre. of cano than any other within the limitsof prefer the latter and I do not hesitateto rather todlengthly dissertation; because fl but ftfc USOHlJlOOli).tom. ,9 01*

Upon tfc. dewy pli. From this statement of facts, which is the United States. The most Northern assume the position,, that it' without I thought-It due to myself and to;others inpractisiag. His doahlefeB caleijrs

A.liKOTnn to,bar vole*, w.Arum pot exaggerated it will bo seen that the I part of East Florida, lies South of the aid of the Eastern.counties, we can who concur with me id Jp 1110n.' Aa it aurc cled irith Ching trees- ,' .gad lug

Thai traiie feu eon again: intrinsic value of these lands:is much II the sugar growing portions of Louisiana, build a road from Pensaeola to Madison i regards Pensaeola, there is no issue: between ttfn !ed 1> d y
excursions rarely <
Ta tuai font n..t-on wild greater than that of any other lands in the and the Southern legion of the Peninsula county,'(or thereabouts,) that with that I myself and the'advocates lIthe ting al .y ,'i
Nor men sad free. United Staten The' intrinsic' value or I is entirely exempt from frost Hence,it$ aid we'can reach the St. John's or St. Savannah scheme. It is a qUtstJoD'not these limits/i They were ways tlttaejed'

Tat IHy'i y up i*pr not nor port these ,lands enhanced too by various is that the sugar crop of Florida, besides Mary's, running from sea to sea'upon the as to the Western,'but the Eastern ter- with blue-jays and,red-Hrds half' dotes -

la all xti parity.Of circumstances: by a salubrious and delightful being one'month in advance of that of soil of our own State. minus of the road.. It Is a question not of which was about the extent of hit MB -

all tbd. towers IB the wood climate-by the superior geographical Louisiana and Texas, can, in moat parts To build this road,we have first the Internal between Pensaeola',and any other, rival bitioflj One, monuBg bowerer tto .
Or by tht erjttal water, position of the Peninsula u of the Peninsula, be left at least two Improvement Fund of the State, ports on the gulf but between a'Georgia t
Tarn's aoa*Bur put and tree than ih., respects all l the best markets; by the months longer to mature, without the estimated at a million. Secondly the resulting -' seaport and a Florida one. Between Savannah Captain proposed a,da&huatno t"i' -

Ih fanatx's p wtwi dtctfitar.Tbem great number of fine navigable rivers hazard of being injured or destroyed by fund from swamp lands. Of these; on the one side and Jacksonville, doubt it would afford me tome,plea

t.U e .not of jcwd'J fair which traverse the country; by the great frost. Owing the great advantage in tae amount is putative only;but when we or St. Mary's as the case may be; on the sure, to which 'I gladly acceded Our.
Th bnghtMt jewel jrtt ; abundance of valuable timber, and good climate,it is found that the best lands in tar in mind that Florida is the fifth Statein other. I do not hesitate. to decide in favor pieces were soon charged andaa, aaplt ,

It la the bcart wb..virtue dwells water which is everywhere to be found;' Florida,yield on the average,nearly twice the Union in point of area, any one aeqcainted of the latter.: Our duty as Floridians stock of ammunition appended to_persons .
by the inexhaustible of the of to the that with the begins at home. Our fellow-citizens of
And iaaeemm b set' pasturage pere- quantity sugar acre, superficies of the, State fine'
n(tew.f bMlth ipoa Wehwk malTerdure, and .by the, extraordinary similar lands do in Louisiana or Texas.- will readily conceive its vast amount, an< the,East have a right to count en our cooperation while a little mule and a gray

Ike grass a*nrt bu Uafht he>-- abundance of game, fish, oysters and turtle In Louisiana. and .Texas, the ,planters In the road, as soon as commenced, giveit ,and we have a reciprocal inter animal of the horse species stood at the
The flireI\wr.ith that beauty twia. which are almost every where to be order to avoid the contingency 'of' frost, a value of which now we can only forman est in their development and growth, because door. We bid the hostess guod-byed.
1 for the farmer1 daugbtet.i bad at convenient distance Yet these ';their it the and
commence cutting cane early in approximate estimate. The third augments resources con- moved towards oar animals
lands, whose intrinsic value is obviously October, which is long.before it has become source upon which we may rely will be tributes, to; the'dignity'of the States, to He offered'wit
fHisctllanrous.FLORIDA.i so great, now sell at S10 an.acre, while fully matured-while in Florida the an appropriation by Congress of alternate which we belong. Sir, if there was a hopes. kindly .
the short lands Railroad from Middle Florida choice.of the two ,ridsiles, _at. .the.
staple cotton of the Southern cane is generally considered safe till the sections of the public land through which to-morrow,
States, and the common agricultural middle of December,even In Northern the road shall pass. Much of this land, I should still, as a Floridian, be zealous time remarking that the gray was perfectly

I lands of the Northern and Middle States portion of the Peninsula-and farther !it ii true, would .be what is}familiarly for a road to East Florida. To connect gentle, and ,that could ahoot f-

The following article, from the of sell curently at $60 an acre! It is a fact South it may always be left standing till known as pine lands. lint it is now the different sections'of our State with the saddle.-.I appreciated tin Csptaia'ioffer .
pen which does not admitof dispute that landsin after it has tassled and become fully ma- known that the most barren of these are different diverging railroad routes in theadjacent. :'1
a gentleman familiar with our State, we ,I Florida, when cultivated in the ordin- ured. not without their value, and the produc- State i* almostjequivalent to dismemberment but mounted the donkey; ee away 1 iJI

find in the Cotton Plant: ary staples of that country, (sugar, rice The next great advantage which flori- tion of lumber and turpentine, may 'vie Let us rely something on we scampered. The morning' irasb41i1and ; .

MR. EDITOR. :-I adduced facts, in m : and sea-island cotton) yield a clear pecuniary da presents to the Louisiana sugar planteris with the culture of cotton and sugar. our own enterprize and energy. But as frosty, one of those bracing, lovely : "
income, each year five times greater the low I was present in the Senate when the long as we content ourselves with praying that makx tmak'of '
last commnnieatioa, to show that the 'h-I i j very price of lands,and their morns, always one :
than lands in the Northern and Middle Illinois Central Road WAS debated of. 1 I to Hercules, without putting our, own 11
mate of Florida, is more salubrious, and ; great exemption from overflows. Tens of school-boy days. Our ride was adeHght- ; ;;
States which sell f six time much shoulders to the wheel,'neither to Pensa
IYr as botmnds of of rich and dura- took an interest in it-the more so thatit
tlua other in the acres as as
mire delightful and :
United States, and her any great j' and it is evident that if all other thingS Lie> lands as any in Louisiana situated on owed its passage, in a great degree, to cola nor to East Florida, nor to the Middle fn1 one soon we reached. sh.of. ,t'- ., i';
ia this particular, I regard as superiority one i were equal, instead for selling for less, the banks and in the vicinity of fine navigable the exertions of an old and attached personal will there be railroads on which you small lake, to which" then was, W,- Die :,,.'. ', :"

cf the reasons why she is destined to be. Florida lands should sell for at learst.five II rivers, which never tntrflov. cane friend'of my own,General Jones, of: or I, Mr. Editor, will ever ride. entrance, the lake being

come the meat populous of thi Southern j' times as much; for. the lowest product cf > purchased at this time for the trifling Iowa, to'Whom I take occasion to pay this Respectfully, your ob'tsen't.GmaGa around the edp"with tJaiclJJ"J. 1;
the b-! lands in Florida 8100 per acre; of$10 On all these slight tribute of respect. In that debateit T. WARD.
States. In estimating the diameter of sum per acre nearly extended in to a depth of )!
whiletbe highest product of the best landsin admitted that the United States \
the country to which the emigrant re- lands live-oak and red-cedar grow in more ] was fib
the Northern Middle States is but $20 well afford to' the alternate What is the Bourse? water. -
mores, he should snake climate a or less abundance, and on acme of themto might give away !
consideration; for neither fitrtiH'y paramount an acre. If then, fin t quality.lands in the value of more than.ten times the sections on each aide of the road, for '-' Cap lain_ soon poui.ri.> ; .

of soil..value of producfion, nor all other th. StatMof Virg nice, 3Iaryland CT New amount paid for the land. These lands six miles, because the remaining half was Every time we hear from Paris, about which I discovered had .a broken' : wag, ,1t
York, be intrinstcall worth S60 an acre, I r neither doubled in value the 'moment the route the'first item'after'the usual .announcement .
considerations cnn.bid, can compensate require ditching nor draining- and its only of protection'TW* iSt
for th* evils of aninsalubriou*, ncr indeed i the conclusion in clear that first quality I but simply clearing and ploughing to fit of the road was fixed. Such will be the of revolution or a mob)is, how "the art of and theker: ;::11
land in the Peninsula of Florida intrinsically of lands funds in the Bourse l"' If Louis Napoleon great diving taking :J-t'J
for a disagreeable eHrb''r, :'Without i are them at once for the production of any effect of our road on the value our are
health, there < an 1 : .,>.j \m ut"anJ I worth at least 5300 an acre.- I kind of crop adapted to the climate. The and we do not assume too much when we makes a'coup cTetat, or'falls into about in the thickest lame n w f : ,;
This estimate of tli- intrinsic value of .that the road land the of the first :wIth all thehidm TheCsptsxa 'f' .
even with !gi1 hh., au w.' J h t''', there is lands here alluded to, are termed "high say, once begun, now chops matrimony, questionis '
but littV ,'r"t.i'.tlt', :3 *taJ weather."- Florida lands will be greatly enhancedtoo :hammock lands;" and are in the greatest not worth$1,25 will be easily worth $2,50per "what is the effect on the Bourse ", soon conceived' and suggested _a pa,J '* : if we tat" into cousii: ration the nu- in Florida. These lands indeed aere If the Bourse is all right, the country is
Next to -' uti'! ';"T"ti ifiitin. and a happy repute are, which the dock amid be taken,artist u 11Ei&
racr'us tropical production of high I will over in this enumeration, considered (like our own beloved land)
very tut for there Is like pass ,
t.ere:! neral genera, nothing
is no took-a thick
terapcranjtT. e He in the
\':,!uo, which those lands will yield, viz : them anywhere but in Florida. They capital to be derived from the two terminiof aCe." But if there is a'Mediae on the was. position ( .
that eon'nLures much to the I
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sf life u.a tulncus and deligh enjoyment Ca'oa-tobaeco, pin -"|'jile oranges, &c.- formed of a fine vegetable mould, mixed the road. If the termini, or either of Bourse," it is considered a sure sign eta fennel, where the water wa about four :

fnl diuiate, As scr. as the tru ch.ll'ilt- I 11 .nine fr,)m these data, there can be with sandy loam about two feet deep,and them, should be a city or town where the consumption (of powder and lead) gene feet' deep-and getting his old gray properly
no room fcrdiubt that the intrinsic valueof in most marl founda property is already appropriated, this fund rally. And yet few people know what arranged ordered the to a 'certain S
t'r of the Peaistoiar climate of Florida, resting, cases, on a ..
Florida lands is much than that would in the of individual "the Bourse" is : so we take from our '
greater tion. This of land appear shape
description deck
becomergenjrally ur<.'wn it racnotf to scarcely point, that I might drive:the m
of other lands in the Union with the and be set sprightly friend the Boston Bee the following -
be the cause of extea"5v emigration into any ever suffers from too much wet, nor does subscriptions, might safely moL the
that exception of those which are known to drought affect it in the same de-greeLS down as representing the enhanced value description : gun IpPtiTexecuted' order
*>w thousands of
our fellow country citizens, who many hare been annually possess mineral wealth. other soils. These lands have no tendency of the property. If, on the other hand, The Bourse. Every trans-Atlantic ; but after aD, the Captain food fee Y

cat off in the primeof life,by It trill naturally be asked, what then to break up in heavy masses, nor are the termini or either of them should be steamer, when Paris matters are touched was sot quite tall enough to get a good
in the Northern Middle State*, and are the intrinsic circumstances, which cause they infested with pernicious weeds nor the property of' the Railroad Company, bas something .to say of the. Bourse 1 view sitting as the top cf the weeds tfllintervened. .
thti most valuable lands in the Union to cultivated with much the value of the lots would be added to What is the Bourse? It is plainly what
in several of the Southern States to->, grasses. They are I saw lib head bowiag aid
sell much lower than the l labor than other lands the other resources of the stockholders.I corresponds to our Exchange-the ,gathering
might have been spared to their fami ;,*. a price com- less any being remarkably
: moving about like a nrascovpduek Jar
to of the individualsubscriptions. point of the men of the city ,,
and lived ta old if had mon agricultural lands cf the Northern mellow and easily maintained come now speak money -
a ripe they
only escaped in time, from age the climates and )Middle States The answer is plain in proper tilth. They produce,with comparatively As these, also, are putative -and the street (rue) on which it is muted while; presently he rose erect in the

in which they bred,and made the Penin- and positive: it is the scarcity of population little labor, the heaviest crops in their.character, I will only say is something like State street. saddle,and after establishing his equilibrium

.sula of Florida t'-cir permanent residence! and nothing but the scarcity ofjiopufattou. of sugar, cotton and tobacco Their extraordinary that invariable experience in the South The Bourse Is one of the beautiful struc- ,' 'the duck,was ia loll>new: Be
has shown that this I resource is always tares: in the great metropolis.. It is 212 '
All intrinsic ,
other circumstances and :
When fertility productiveness
we reflect .the raised and leveled his double barrel thiaki
yon. large proportion i 12G feet and is surrounded ,
found to exceed the estimates. One reason bJ, by range '
of families in which is are in favor of these lands:-the;climate maybe estimated by the fact that in several
consumption for this is found in the fact thai the of GG, Corinthian columns. Although I to mJaelf"there'a; a cat in that meal, ,
a hereditary complaint -- and.,then con- as has been already shown, is in- well :known instances, in Alachna _
exceed in the commenced in March:1803 was ;Dot A volume of dense smoke Mread
rider drat this, of our race, but comparably superior to those climates in and 3Iarion counties, three hogsheads of small subscriptions aggre- it sure. ,
scourge which lands sell gate large ones. Once let'your road be completed until 1825, on account of ,the from the which followed
rarely originate in Florida-And is often common agricultural at sugar have been made per acre, on this the muzzle was:quickly
cored ere by a temporary residence therewe $60 an acre. The geographical position, description of land, after it had been in started and, besides your large capitalistsyour wicissitadeaofinterveningtinie. Over by a than ; with a' "boo-hoo

are forced to the conclusion that the the proportion of navigable rivers: and, cultivation six years in successive crops of $50,000 and $20.000 hill men-there entrance is inscribed"BOURSE boo-hool! IVhere'smygaa': wbere's tot +'
Jay u aot 'far-distant, when that Penin- in short, all the facilities of transporting corn,.without the aid of manure. spring up from_every i and every ,valley ET TRIBUNAL JE COM- "
nIa wifl'becorje not' merely the resort of prouuca to.market, are not surpassed, if When it is considered that the sugar like Rode c Dhu's tartaned withers, MERCED gun? The smoke was now clearing.

invalids afflicted with consumption equalled by any State in the'Union.- lands of LoU sell at very.high prices your 5,3,2 and$1,000 stockholders and The roof Is composed entirely'of.,Iron away, anal could see.the Captain Lad r=

at it is at present,_bat the permanent There is no State in'the'Union in which -.that they generally require both ditching at this day the ,Georgia Railroads are and copper, and during business hours at disappeared.. The place thai had known ",-

home of thousands families who the timber,is.s>valuable, or more abundant and draining to place them on an equality owned in the larger amount by.the smaller this seat of 3Iammon for,the;French Em- him, once,knew. him'ao longerThedsck- '

bare reason apprehend its'ineu o1a. and in which good wholesome water with those of Florida-and that when that in individual resources we are as ,
is diffused 'nor is there say Portions of the interior beanofully
The rich nisi will dwell ia Florida, not more generally near navigable waters they are are
called oui lire lost
Merely for the preservation of hu health any where ia the world' country more more arless subject to OTerftoW'st must able to commence central road as Geor- decorated by figures emblematic 'of Captain or/go; -'
and that of his family, but for the many abundant in game; fish, oysters, Lc. Indeed appear evident that the sugar planter will gia was when she.began tier's jlf she is Jommercel Abundance, etc, with paint- come here ColonelI.went round sad-'

loxnricf; be can there enjoy, and above all it is evident that.a: full population find it. much more to his. interest to cultivate stronger.now she,has grown so.by means logs of several 'of the cities of, 'France. found him and the gray ia a cool bath.I .=:

for tie Soxary of a most delightful climate is the only extrinsic ieinumstaneesqaired re- the' cheaper and more 'productive of her road A more,doubtful never e1fortamore' jodies were formerly admitted :(The knew very nearly where the gua atsst ;
Tke man in addition to these to make the lands of the Peninsula lands[, of the Peninsula. dubious poor have fallen bnthe'Ca
wss .
considerations, will find in"Florida better sell for at least five times as much as landsin There an other advantages:which Flotilla than In the first section (thirty miles; I a passion in the,gentlerserforgamblingin ,: -ana
the Northern and Middle States. think,) of the Georgia Central Railroad. not' allowed lo too short. After,kicking_about awhUe,
remuneration for his labor, than in po&sescs, as a sugar growing country, stocks they are now enter x
any other State in the Union,'for, it has Why then, it'may be.asked,fs there nota over both Louisiana and Texas: such as Lookat the result. She has grown strongby daring hours'of burins' Total cost he however succeeded in ,raising with F r

become_a ;proverb, that Florida lithe full population in a country which present her.greater'abundance of fuel her better leaning on no one, and by not being of,The Bourse 8,149,000 francs There his pedeatalssad marching ashore*wiih
best country ia.the worldfor a man." *- such unparalleled inducements to navigation-her closer proximity.to'the afraid to rely on her own'reaources. ,.are stirring times within its walls and upon a garb that fitted closely all parts of the t- q .
The :next general advantage poor which imigrate The six reasons which sta best markets, &c.; but all of these .are .But,Mr. Editor, we. have ,an, clement its pavements during the hours: allotted body, enquired ",burr was tbajkekZ?' F' ,

tloridaposseases over every l over State tedin my.last letter afford,! trust a satisfactory minor.considera.tionsTwben compared with in our resoorcf&which never did and newsy for public. operations.. toLl himit'WU'"_ ,anm 'Sowe hastened -

is the TJnion;aai which bUm:, I tend'imineaaely answer to this question. And the vast advantages 'which her troipcal can mingle:with ber'a* :The.Jong, indulged II LCjC.tnIJm. ....him-, of hahydraulic .
to the increase of ben when in; addition to these reasons, we climate gives,over both.those 8_tates'u,: a. daydream ef uniting the shore of '7h Off 'Pea. 3pVThere
population, .., .
consider that.tbe: oft a new sugargrounn the Atlantic with the,Gulf is now at last -- ended the dock-hunt. The dlollowaJia1"w
hi&e "population country. .
value and of tierprodactit.na.
greater yanrty ; **
.*'.To the agricultural pro3o6diau slave State has to be chiefly derived from lOinInue ,'I shall present some otherfactsi on the ere of it. accomplishment',quickened A new'pea has'been cultivated iD-the ek.COSKOPOtrrB. '.' j--Y

of the:ortkeni and-Sfiddfe States, the populations bf other: slave States,- in proof of my'aS 11J that Flori by the recent events which, have vicinity Memphis for a year put, with .

and to, the great staples of,the Southern and that the great,flood of,European immigi da i.:destined. to be'the' m 1t'. populous. of- ,. concentrated so vast an famount' of the the which farmers are much pleased. ,The' ... 4 rr
State Florida snperadds those'produce is 5t.eDtirell"absorb the. Southern- States.. ..- ,T' commercial interests of theworld sod I Eagle of,that city says that according to t ofitthidecLradcnbf: f
tioua which'belong; exclusively to tropicall&titd the free States, Jre can Lave no difficulty 1J )J.1J. new rout to the' Pacific tbe.EuL all accounts,,this is the best species o the ii' rIiia1.. .

in comprehending.why Florida,which baa I These commercial .necessities require pea now cultivated. .The .stalk'grows to to attach then'rimer'to I that .A I keat r'L,
-. In this the possesses a vast monopoly been opea, to immigration, ten years, rr0lll[ the. TaQabane SectieaLl] transit' This moat ,be":across Florida. a height of from four tour feet the pea i& 1tiIliu.preserratioti at.thi6i t. =

over her sister States, for there is not one should as' yet*,:be'sparcely populated'' .letter. ,from.- 'CoL.'Ward., This what rightCllway.iJoU Providence has:;given'capital.'us as..ft' ,'It'Compensation is is a great luxury forthe tableland is preferred Secretary of Stall, :'WaehintCity..
of them, dw'eaD eonpete with her iff the notwithstanding the extraordinary advantages to corn by cattle. The stalk makes ,
cultivation of these very valuable pro-' h' soe*enjoys over'otter,new 'MR.:EDITOR :Jfo my last letter, I 'advanced for the barren:wastes whkh occupy good hay,'for which 7 purpose'Its yield is < ., "

"docuItls. 'now eatabluhea b -practicaljproof. State, ;/ -t. 'the opinion that we should rely upon .-large a portion ofthe superficies said .to 'be.twice' aa,winch as any thingever 'W advised" to get his Efc .
of State' Jilt our_birthright- Jet us insured. "W" 'do *, said it .
"'ttal Cabvtobacco 'Sea4shna"col'SisaUemp Bat numerous %aTiaveleeii the obstacles cupi resources rather_than foreign: oar I grown in this.country is the".shape it, -ili"
aid'for' Florida'Railroad so 'J located not part with.it fbr a: mess'. pottage.The thrives, would be mrluck'to 1ift-fetarer vJf IIhoJ11d
..t; ,<)range 'Lemon-"Li'; mea which Tjerciofore' ftbrded the settlement a ,: as this world of hay. The plant finely upon :
.:Pineapples, Cocoa-nuts,f 'n_;''.,Plan- .of.Florida; three has I***;.;tterer- t4'meet ttbe wauls of the State. It is well great commerciaJ capitals of) have it such laadju generally thrown .; and, .Hra.: Snookrf. toer'"WeD *:1.;-.J-. '' Y =

-..UiniGnatai, Tanwrinos, Arrow-Toot, tnejess,.during last:fewjearsasfroog, known that the people a 'of'.Albany) "in require with the consentf-Iei transit;'they the'eaa-)1' price of that while !it.poduces'abaD dj,it improves .- ,,I. would'atT, .my'deefc. ;- s<;;., '

,;inn. niUDerit+ o11Jer'ca1 prodaetioaa steady and rapid) :inerea tng'carrent'of Georgia have received assurances'that 'a :our=be a'road Incased ss to build .the land,:more than cloveror anything ::Txsr'tnr'fellow Vl ;a.
Railroad[ will be bail. from Savannah to consent .a ? that .be it. These "
.. ;'&r the Peninsula,of Florida. willcootrntte; D reaM th stall that place,, 'W*;have the, lame reason opands: rT U emgrMwUuTaJand< Florida.To -the opinions-of well known gentlemen : ; mdigneatly ctt"B 't 'wbesietlithrly nr'r, .abaeco' ,
th&Suttu "Dpu't
''Wben'3t h considered that an acre of land greater force:and rapidity leng as thernheatr ([and SQ,other) for believing that.the(8a- tnalrtftcwo*;of whose certificates'the editor has'nf' ; sad drank -lhiw '"
resources ,
auclian.event ** on own
nn3er filsal-b ap jiel3i tJ.000' ; -underiSnewiprJeii aDd iiil st hr elands can be rannah.::and..F1Orida ,roadwill be"built. i btuld> road roads 'The :Oregon!Pea ishouU.be planted r .. :.': 1 .:; fUJ
be Jo a or 1
1 92,000_, in4cxOra fl,. purchased.fOr'one sixth i {of the sum'which Now;if in addition to her"otiiSanDuah roads, may inadequate about the" same time .and cultivate!like ,

SOO,.,aaf tmder CnXt Dee', 500,.some" they win yield' in,tt e firsVyear's s. -enjfir- is able' to-build and snsialn- sat 'we can"commendtba'atiidotfortcapital,. cotton. It will however,."produce a fair, ,& Jad 'uW'.J&er.i' .
imie 'tj 'b4 famed pt the i rm iense ti m,:IK, reasonableoancaadoubt.1TFen) ? operation Albany road an3 a Florida cclllpCll'aar&enDLtt *$ i.: r trop if planted'in June. The,'pea grows, about ,yi" r-.tial. 'I .
i'riltie road .tbei'f; such .WHh'i'these Viewer; I iaefiaa &sustain well broad cast and avail tie -lDi facet :
ofiroptca1 bier common a"rietiltn. :jeaw ago, thesrUnds 101d for two dollars ;; sown moo Qy, .
:padtrciions; f5e t :i1..hieh'Jr ll i and fifty'cents aa'.acre;and it is more than ounties'as: Tatnalt, AppIIn> Tuna and the Central. Flor4daGolfaadAtlin- _" aH winterj*'and com 'rip in,the -=. : ,
CI not ylelddSianre ender the most favstbie i probable that they will,;four years,blue*, ,Ware,let us never doubt the capacity-of tic Road That charter does'act'assume 64"ho.'tm;, teed putheat aUthe "Mjdear s57 saidanoaaaeodiaga .ia"
-- to sustain a Flnrtdaroad :to fix definitely the tenaini and this wiaelyf time., The is the' ardywa oi.of jsv
JCmceI tlW S20'-cleatof eaees'tfaesnotoroastttlie i sell at quadruple>: present P***. .* our State : upon hay fesfererwd g ,- t'what
lta' lasso-ts I is not credible,'' that.pWerf' ia ;other her own resources. Doubt willaTsfl nothing : I bed tkere is' ro practical pnneipU .for any stock that cats.hay.-j.'Tio.leaves electio* HY-a-".very dsdSaoofa'was ".tai nee

jda lhit the fin gwitj.btfanlftibfch ean :Southern?States will eoatlnne, after tidy ; because it_is apparent that_vrsre fo I better settled than that those WM cork the (which Bake the most luxuriant appearance ;..; #

"utJIiJD"" ''L'pmihu lror't10a.&D4'.rt ; shill ales become oTrTy Informed tm An be thrown upon our own resources.. XviH batd he money:have,it-right to locate : ) do not fall-off=the bay.o it&ll W ieid.et"air
& : 'waste' time meld capital incultivating net stop to show bow far the'present' demonatraianshsvefahena'6artof roadaShouldsachs kbuilte.sndresttor .i; ( 1fa'ddttA. +
: ari se sick iiDd durable ba any I abject, to their the manifesto I its cetera terminus low down, on I ll' asked u iSBdsi'> teaoheitfetaefe thii
,_ finds< m the worU--win.'Jhe firs at hart staple ''cotton on lands I, tU Mae
called aad
year winter. Twin : -illude the St. 3obi iaoathetto ,branch Fights In grogshops ate tow pupalas tee,
? enable them to of last only ,
-C"1ftbavebeca bf all'. ...eleared-' ,>ield.$60 aa rt'r saleo,. r ylear'ndEtltoc which would hiadsialn ends, to'the weD bOYD faint that Trh.es the_char l wouH become necessary., I On--:'the.' other spiritual blockings.: ; snmf' :t} h ',.,_.
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Gold In North Carolina. ,u'YL"CUD.I.'m THE.*LORJDA a.i.ROADS. in June next.,, The policy of Florida will It seeas then, '"the people of Florida her own limits. 'She has 'the' requisite.
it We few days since The Savannah in then be disclosed. There can be no doubt with the Governor at their head," have ports on both sides ', and
inspected a some papers seem to be about concentration of effort the Central as a national
a on
specimens +gold ,ore from :.the.min great_,commotioa..upon: .,tho Railroad stb- line, if we fail to unite and cooperatewith been at work to subserve the interests of matter: it .must be made UwjhoiUjM

lately pure 1W d by Capt. John is Penman; 4eDaXDiT 1 s ject,in that city, for they are all out simultaneously the people of Middle Florida. How Savannah without any "candid public declaration cheap transit for the great, press' {travel
whose miner ,more exteaait'd'
experience s "
than that;of any,other, person who 9 ,in lengthy.discussions ,upon can we, then, with a just sense of the responsibility of what she designs do, and and trade which is destined to throng this
the resting on us, fail to give the have given promise of near a million of great thoroughfare '
and did-
has every operated in this section! of the question endeavoring to put pullic f
consisted. for the assurance that: our first and great objectis dollors if we [Savannah] will join them." the Middle and West
goIdcoaDtly.They' opinion right? by the 25th, when a Rail to join the people of Middle Florida inthe see their tret interests
stoat part of tafcoe slate, with gold disseminated road This is pretty t good bargain upon the they would not thus
meeting is to be held to ,determine work of opening a railroad, to, Pensa- tlrowfaway their
viens tjiwuththVcliflerent flaxcsT ire layers far in tho important question of carrying'J a road cola. If.the Central Florida Road shall part of Savannah, to be put in possession time-precious. trae-4nVgDUai, .'/&
They by
large or be determined at the State Conventionin off what .Col.J Ward properly ,terms_ the matter with
muclftRiTcnesT,auriferous rocks we hate from. that city to Albany,- in their own on' .. ..Savannah, ,whiebr oahs.
ever'seen,.and equal to,the best specimens i .(JACKSONVILLE: State; or to Hamilton county, in our own June, who can expect to carry a railroad "birth-rights", of Florida for nothing, aid most favorable. Urns, will be disadvantageous
from Savannah to Pcnsacola? It
drawn from'thcir biding places in a "million of dollars to boot." Our financial to the State" i'Dewhl
ever State of the Because .
Saturdayuuuu:usMay 91,1850.: to meet the wishes of some would not be possible to carry' out such byany
tbor section pf ,the' country. There are ; people' of'Middle' Florida. Some favor o an enterprise m'the face of such great affairs under such administration will compact, :with ,Georgia, -give:her a

lands fife distinct parallel Hens'with running cacV ot&eri through and'covering these THE, FLORIDA'-IXD1AKS. one of these projects, and some the other, power and competition. Now, the prizeis soon become minus. The Republican of control in toe public;works of.Florida,=

a:space of from thirty:Co forty: ; yardswWe. In the letter of the.Washington correspondent and some are for abandoning both, and within our grasp, but unless we come. the 12th' gives the following: deliver up to her a right which, if retain.

., The ores are generally very rich, of New York Tri lUl-t of the rely upon the'utension of the Southwestern out openly shall and be distinctly as to our build purposes "We have been favored with the following ed,will beret vast advantage in' her own

and at coarse some forty, and feet large deep quantities the,gold of mondfc becomes .. 4th inst, we find.tho,following Ip<<1lla. Road.' The following appears in the road,,at we our own coat compelled, to the to St. Mary's a one of the extract most from distinguished a letter! addressed and influential by future progress* Let :Georgia; have as

'are found,'and to use a miner's phrase, lions about the Indians: JoitNul10rthe 12th: River, and ask of Florida a thence men in Florida to a citizen of Savannah many junction with State Rood as she

"mondio .always rides a,'good horse," "'Th, Florida Indians, it is judFat "!Ia. EDITOR:By dispatch received to a junction with her Central line, or remain : may desire,for these"connexions'H1' be

which aeons that,where,it'exists,. 'either the.War Department, are soon to give an in this city this morning. learn that the "forever cut oft'rom the Gulf connection. (1 TALLAHASSEE,May G, 1853. mutually beneficial Bui'the'grcaeffort

gold.o copper mutt; abound.,' infinity of trouble again, costing a handsome City of Mobile has subscribed One Million We saw yesterday the.memorandum of o addition $40,000,000 of pub- dollars to the Girard Railroad. I And further on we have the following, meetings in the middle district of Florida, altogether unless it shall 'Eave its ter-
the. sale of six mines made by W.'W. lic money already.spent on them. "Will not this supersede the necessity showing their ability to build a road, and and find a very general willingness ,to _
The authorities here believe that thereare of an investment by Savannah of three minus in that city. -It may W very good
to'CapL Penman at $44,000, who the sources whence'they expect to deriveit connect with a road from your city, provided -
,about 500 of them in all millions of dollars for Pensacola Road? policy for her bat it seems
bas'also bought the Houie and Lawson including a : die connection is made as far east very:unnatural

mines, and likewise several very val 120 warriors. It anticipated that the "May 11th, 1853. CIVIS. "We are sensible of this faat-that the as the county of Hamilton ; and for sucha for Floridians to aid carrying out

I uable; ,ones from, ,Maj. ,Q.,W. CaldwelL I new Democratic Governor of Florida willat "We cannot answer our correspondentwith money can: never be procured here to build connection we can, I think, in our district this suicidal policy to their own State. *
The specimens, we examined were from I once proceed to carry out the State law a very cordial ye*. It seems to us the Albany Road and, knowing this, take stock to the extent of (800- 1
the Hooie,Lawson and Washington mines. 0 0i for their expu ion, which his Whig predecessor that this subscription which secures a and believing that ;the can be obtained 000. For a connection in the county of MARINE DISASTER. "'
i Those specimens are to be sent to New' ignored by refusing to call out railroad: from Mobile to Columbus, most in here and money in Thomas, I think there would be very lit
II part ample quantity The Il
the militia to that end. I feel satisfied brig Gitiutf Capt Thompson,
York and the excitement they will produce effectually supersedes the necessity of a in New York to build the road from tle or no subscription here. The energiesof
t in,Wall street, can better be imag- that he will not be checked by the War road hence to Albany But it does not the Altamaha to, the Florida line, at a our people. and of our State Government from New York, bound'for Jacksonville) ,

i ined than described. Some of those: rocks Department in so doing. provide an outlet for the rich counties of suitable point for the middle region of would be directed at once to the in ballast, :was' capsized on the.6th. in a

are literally: gilded over, the gold being George Cop way (the Indian lecturer) Florida, whose citizens desire to reach an that State, we cannot forbear to urge up- construction of the Central, Atlantic and sudden squall off Cape Hatteras.: ,She isatotal
visible to the naked eye. We understand bat asked to be appointed a Special Com Atlantic port, and to have that port, Sa- fellow-citizens and City Council Gulf Roads as a measure of self preserva '
on our our loss. The' and five
I that stcom engines are to be erected and missioner to negotiate with them (the vannah. .It docs not provide for the set the of at that tion. The interest of all parties would be Captain men,
Florida Indians). He will not be appointed tlement of the lower counties of necessity saying, once, that composing the crew, took to t. 'small
.. the:most approved machinery used to de- Georgia, we mean to to Florida, and not to Albany injured by such a conflct, and I hope
.i velope.therr;, richness. though old Judge Hicks,a Cherokee, which once settled would be always tributary unless go funds come from elsewhere the advocates of the various plans may 'boat, and remained near the wreck all

_CabL.;:P nman's energy and perseveranctiTis may be, as he is credited here fur the pos- to our city, and whoso interests for that purpose." harmonize on something that will be mu night, and were picked up ce." day by
session of much horse sense. A late Special would be identified with
,finally about to be crowned with a thoroughly oar tualJysat.isfactory
". is alarmed lest the brig Georgia bound from Cam eu
rich reward-and to Messrs. Caldwell Indian Agent in that quarter has on own. It does not furnish us with a Gulf IheGeoryian evidently are to have a State Railroad Conventionin ,
and W. W. Elms great credit is due for file here an offer to get them all out West connection, such as we could wish, be- the "prize in their grasp" should slip out this city on the first Monday\ in June. Me.\ for Savannah. The squall came up

the assistance they rendered Capt. Penman by hook or by crook, at a cost of$400 cause it is very circuitous, and has not of their hands, but there need be no serious We should be most happy to see representatives very suddev, cspsixingtEe vessel. ,rippingup

to enable him develops this source per bead. This would cover all the cost such a harbor at its western terminus as apprehension, when they have the of Savannah present on that her decks,and filling her with water so
I of the which he would of haveto "
of 1rcLlth.in. our community. The influence make war, them. It's course we could desire. powerful aid of the Floridian and the occasion. : quickly as to barely allow time forth*

mines the will successful have working flourishing of these town rich (which is out upon of (he question) would acceptance form The Georgian, in answering the q es- Governor to help them in carrying out "Representatitet of Savannah" to a escape of the captain and crew to the
and community upon,, and indeed upon the moral precedent in the history of the tion of"C \s," says: "We answer, un their designs. If Savannah will leave "Florida State Con tent ion /" What can small boat, without saving anything of

State and country at large is Incalculable.Butor military policy cf the,United States. hesitatingly, no!" and on the subject the the matter in their hands, she will be this mean? We recollect to have heard: value.

,their exertions this inexhaustible The correspondent of the New York Repulllcan has the following: likely to succeed, if zeal and devotion to something about annexing Middle Floridato M

source, .of, wealth would long have: laid Herald has sent by telegraph,the following "P. After the above remarks vcre her interests a warrant of success. Georgia sometime ago, but the mails i. o. o. F. ,
buried in their native recesses in the bowels despatch from Washington. It is in type, we had the gratification to learn I between this place and Tallahasse have The Grand Lodge of the i. o. o. r., for
"'H the'earth Now they are aboutto from a private telegraphic dispatch! that There can be no great danger to theirpro-i this State assembled in Tallahassee, on
'be drawn forth to enrich: and give increased dated May 10th : the city of Mobile has been induce to ject when such incorrect statements arc failed so frequently of late, that we bad: Wednesday the 11th inst. and continued

activity to,every branch of busi- "The government has determined not subscribe! one million of dollars to the Mobile published by our State papers as the following not heard of its actual consummation.-
in session for
ness" ,To,Burn men as these must our to attempt to use force in the subjection and Girard Railroad. This hand- in the Georgian quoted from the But the Republican says further: two days.
good Floridian of the 30th ult. :
.' 'of her:resources, and to shove with the surveys of the lands there, believing completion of the road: from Columbus to in mind, is to be a State Convention- arc :
her along until she reaches that point in that all that is necessary is to con Mobile, and will thus put SavannaL in "We have heard it stated that the citizens composed of delegates from all quarters. 31. D. Papy, M. W. Grand Master;

sisterhood of States to which nature vince the Indians that the process of settlement connexion with the Gulf of Mexico,without of Charleston will probable subscribe The people of East Florida have not W. Denham,D.W.D. Grand Warden.A. .
i is to in order to liberally for the building of a Railroad R. Clark R. W. Grand Master.J.
destined her.-Charlotte Democrat. go on quietly, further expenditure on our part. Shallwe cisely the same interests as those of Middle ,
II induce them to give up their hostile demonstrations not use this road made to our hands, from some point on the Atlantic in our and West Florida. It is believed, W. Argyle, R. W.Grand Secretary.

,CrJ- We clip thb following items from and accept of terms to pea and also at the same time, three hundred State, perhaps St. Mary's, to the Gulf of however, on the best authority, that S. S. Knight, R. W. Grand Treasurer.
: the raimn.. Whig, of the 7th inst: ceably join their mends west of the Arkansas. miles between here Columbus in which Mexico, and that they will seek to avail Savannah can have very such an understandingwith B. Loeb, W. Grand Conductor.
." themselves of the Gulf and Atlantic Railroad J. R. W. Grand Guardian'
the citizens of Savannah are so largely 3feginais; ,
the citizens of the middle region as
CojjvicTrD OF LARCE .-Martin Davis "
for trial yesterday on The Floridian d Journal gives a letter interested, rather than spend three or four charter for that purpose. to secure ultimately what both parties Wm. Cboly, W. Grand Marshal.
was broaght'up. ,
millions to reach the If the Floridian knew about II
point by anything
from a female the same way want.
j two'ce'parate indictments-the first for correspondent on on OCALA.We learn from tie Mirror

,I stealing a negro,and tho second for the larceny subject of the removal of the Indians. The of eyes Albany more?towards Shall the we South not now?" turn our what he was saying, he knew that there And further on it says : that at an election on the I2th inst,

of tho coat of the negro.and the buggy editor thinks that if the ladies of our was no such charter: in existence, as the "Is it matter of no moment whether
B. W.
Slessrs. Brown
., and horse which he was rivingall the property State take this matter in hand and unitein The New$, however, is in favor of an Gulf and Atlantic Railroad charter; thatit this city is to be the eastern terminus ofa G.O'Bryan, A.C. ,
\ Walter J. Robinson. The independent air line road to J. C. Rogers, J. 31. McIntosh and 0. P.
of Maj. ) some port on had been dead for a long time, and by Gulf Road ? If"ire falter now,the great
prisoner was acquitted as to the stealingof applications to Government, that the Gulf, and says : its limitation. Why then this mis crossing will probably be below our State, Tommy were elected Trustees of the town
the but found guilty of the larceny the period will soon arrive when the fair- own and will be all Powerful Town
negro "It is true, we can get to Mobile by [ at events] men of Ocala. A Town Clerk and
of facts unless the
i and sentenced to fifteen stripes. est portion of the State, now the home of the Girard Road when it is completed, representation to servo are at work Florida to make a road from Constable are to be chosen by the Trustees

OQSVICIED' OP FOKQEKT.The case the savage, will be made to "blossom as and to Pensacola by the !Ion'Omcry'Ro:1d purposes of Savannah, and to injure the Pensacola to the St. John's, entirely .

of,the Slate, against John A Larkin, for the rose." Here is the letter: when it built; or to south-western East, by inducing the people of the Middle within Florida's own jurisdiction, and if GBOCERIXS, &c.-As every body likes

#Droame'nP, ,on Thursday last, and FORT CAPBOT, INDUS RIVER, Georgia by the South-western Road; and to believe that the people of the East we do not :act judiciously, they will at the good things of this world, and specially

resulted in conviction of the prisoner.The April 24th, 1853. so we can go to Augusta, Georgia, via the were not in favor of the Central. State once carry through their favorite measure: the eatables and drinkable, the
circumstances of the case were these: South Carolina road. But we prefer a Road ? [and if they are not permitted to do that,
: our sleep too
$ direct can a shorter road to Tampa people of Jacksonville: should know where
Larkin arrived in the country some five more route. The through travel they .carry ,
the removal of the Indians and do
long on The Savannah not to
months since, from ,North Carolina, and be and freight from the Atlantic to the Gulf : papers appear quite as good a port as Pensacola. they can be procured with but little trou
we can only petitioners, I propose, direct In short be utterly ignorant the powerful friends "A stand still policy will destroy the
with the professed intention of engaging that all the femalesin requires a more route. ble. At the store of Ha&kin3&Hardeein
Being through your paper, want direct air-line have in Florida or of the fair name of our eity. We are a1l"arethl.t:
business. they
largely in the turpentine county of the State of Florida we a independent generous this town, may be found as fine an assortment -
in bad health, and plausible in his every the General Govcrment to send the petition road, to connect Savannah with the best desire to give them aid and comfort, as some of our citizens begin to think it bestto of Groceries, Provisions, &c ,as was
manners; he was invited by Mr. John F. much dreaded Gen. to port or ports on the Gulf. We believe that the following extract from the Savannah desist for the present from the attemptto
t Sellers, to his house, for tho purpose re- our treacherous and Harney troublesome remove neighbors such a road, which would successfully defy Republican of the 11th inst. will show: get a road to Pensacola" ever brought to this market,and at prices

c cruiting..::The,finale of acquaintance, from the tropical lands. I have just all future competition, would be of "We have no fear however that the Sensible men, these; they probably which a perfect s*tfi;>>l will votgratable
r was the forging of Seller's signiture to an heard that the General he wants no immense advantage to our city, to the cities City Council will leave thing to haz believers in the old addage-"a bird in at. In view of all t"besetbmg9K behooves:
order upon Mr. !?. 0. 'J..Staley of this says on the Gulf, to the south-western section any to then a eal). -'
one give
: {better sport. If this:meets your approbation ard-no fear that they will use their pow the hand is worth two in the bush; and every ,
The of the of our State, to Florida and to the r 1 *
place. verdict Jury was ,
with'the penalty of, ten stripes uponthe please give' it circulation in your pa- country at large." er againt the wishes of their oWn fellow- that by too much meddling in too affairs J@-even negroes, belas giag 'I* 3Ir. '
per. A FEMALE PIONEER. citizens-no fear that they will suffer the
. bi.re 1wk.I : Our Savannah in the of a sister State, in endeavoring to promote James Porter of Savannah were capsized
N.B. The orthodox books tell us the cotemporaries are city to be committed to the Albany line, :
-I fcorTfae long' continued drought was unjust Judge yielded to the importunitiesof predicament of Oliver Twist, and are constantly and thus give a death-blow to a line which: internal disscntions between different in a boat on Friday Bight,the 13th.inst.,

interrupted on'Monday last'by A refresh the woman. We must believe our just calling "for more." If newspapers alone can unite us with the people of portions.of it, so as to get an entire while endeavoring to cross:,the, river.-

ing rain.; The crops and:vegetation generally rulers will yield to the prayers of the females will build railroads, Savannah will Florida, now struggling manfully with monopoly'of its trade, may be the means Five of the negroes were drowned,

have doffed their yellow garb, and of the'State. lack nothing of the kind. It must be a the Governor at their head, and giving of losing what they now enjoy. Here I '
r put on a,greener and brighter hue.a15tevensj IIIJe promise of near a million of dollars if we him the 14th in accents whichare TtELATE RAILROAD MASSACRE.: ..
again on ,
..: I. r'Ve are requested to,give notice matter of deep congratulation to our will join them."

,. ; convicted,of manslaughter be- that the time :for holding the regular brethren of the Middle\ and West, to be The deep concern and great anxiety of sufficient to draw tears from atones: We gave Iastreek'areeount; : of:the

fort the.Circuit Court of Alachua county, meetings of Florida Lodge No. 1, I. O. the subject of such great solicitude and regard the same is expressed in the following "It is because some influential and patriotic melancholy calamity.which occurred on
at its lasttermand; ..sentenced to fine ana paper men among us think that now, since the 6th inst. near NorwaD,CoBiu, The
'h O.'R:, has been ,changed from Thursday as is manifested by Savannah, when :
imprisonment, a.il1emoTed. from the the. Girard Road will connect us advantageously of the New York Herald> Alachua'jail to the jail of this county, to Tuesday evenings. they are ready to abandon a road of their "We feel a deep concern in relation to with the Gulf, through Mobile, reporters the after the
having been bropght on by Sher Wilson M i I own to Albany, and for which they have the meeting of the 25th-much anxiety we had better desist altogether from push following sketch of seen

last'week, Whole, by the way,' new FLORIDA APPoJTXDT.-Hugh Archer a charter, in favor of one sweeping down to ace the estimate of cost, of business, of ing a connection with Pensacola, that we disaster:

Court-houses have been built ,in all the Collector at St. Marks, F a., ,vice through Hamilton ,county, in this State profits, of a railroad to Albany, and an feel a deep interest in this matter and discuss When they arrived at the spot the
,adjoining counties, a very, essential want R. W. ardent hope that our citizens will look it. We repeat that, unless we 'de- drawbridge was re-placed in its Originalpositron
Abton.'I and thence on Pensacola.. Hear the well and closely to their final action. and the tide had retired but
with all of them is secure jails. clare our intention to be to unite with ; ,
'J W1n tie are-any: tiling but tafe for the GLAD TO BEAR.IT.-We see by the Georgian of the 12th: Unless it shall be openly declared at the the people of Middle Florida,by buildinga alas! how! .changed was the,aspect of 'the

pubis security,or for the prolongation of last Sentinel thai Hon. E. C. Cabell "has "We favor the declaratien of our purpose meeting of the 25th,that the/'.,object of road hence to the Florida: line; we win place from its usual pastoralappearance.

the'life'of f those who are,consigned to returned to Tallahassee and that "he"is to be to unite, on fair terms, with Savannah is to build a railroad hence to lose the opportunity of ever establishing, For miles around the country,looked des
the! D not'as-a tomb,'but as a penitential the people of Middle Florida in carryingthe the Florida line to be carried to Pensacola upon good terms, the eastern terminus of elate, and no living soul was seen moving
'abode.RepuUiean.; .. very well We are 'right glad to hear work through. We know that the after all that has been said here, and the Gulf Road at Savannah. We are as- about Near the Norwalk ,station-,,wean

'.::At'st'jtJoodbread: ,'on trial upon an :n- this, for the Whigs have often declared people of Florida generally are alive to written from here, our city will be the surred by the best authority ig Florida, a few excited individuals 'nmiDg
'c1ictm 'for'.murder .fthe' late term of that he killed Atmic/last fall. the great importance of' the, connection byeword of reproach-the standing jest of that if we fail to do so, all Florida will seemingly, :
the Columbia Court,.was found guilty:of 11 between the Gulf and the Atlantic.' ,In the people cf Florida, and of the countiesin unite to build the Central Road >entirety going to towaonepL :the Norwalk .
!i manslaughter" and fined three hundred ALACHUA COUKTT.-At a late election the eastern section of that State, the line Georgia bordering on Florida-and the within the limits of that State.. Of that ,river At this point was 1 be seen, .

dollars. ft....,,_ .. in Alachua county, upon ,the question from the St. Johns River: to Pensacola, very "laughing stock" even of Bruns- fact there cannot be a doubt. We can,it perhaps, the greatest aaooat sudden
-: is the favored line and wick. Tho'umission to make such open is if the Gulf Road shall be carriedto and unexpected z&artafity,family bereavement
1'1gThe.weither"j-v 1 1'' < i of the neat small as a general pro- true,
,;after a considerable removing county ,.a positionit>> may be said that that the people declaration will, we think, put a load upon the river St. Mary's,instead of the river agonized and ,soulbarrowioganxiety
showrv and the in- majority were found'to be in favor of rem our city which years of enterprise and gf the share
the best
..drought. of the middle section nowhere oppose that St.'John's- Florida' terminus, largest
& \- "'willnot, ; .vft'er'aD _. The new, point designated is in view. But they,'of Middle'Florida! ,fearing toil will' not easily remove.. It will not by the way-build our Road to St.Mary's of generous sympathy, manly exertion,
tin i "-ror.IUd:,season .:era look' the,vicinity of Payne's Prairie, and is to that the power of the State is not sufficient do to say we will,build_ a railroad to the rarer,and join our neighbors there. But female tenderness, and true-ltiowhO

wUi .otLcn'fcrms ',s .' Plentiful r 'thou h' be called LewievilleJACRsoxvILLIkALLI01Toa, to accomplish, the enterprise 'of west bank of the ,Altamaha, and then if the St John's be the terminus,we will pitality, that ever were presented in one

we havo keard ofQ'o tOOinl.U yet;, This .. building the Central Road from Pensaco leave it to circumstances where it shall be at the mercy of Florida for a connec group.The. ., -
.. 'is ," ",lure had. since _' PLANK la to the St.Johns, are ready to meet the be carried. Such a' declaration would tion. With the knowledge that we can chief rush,was made towards' :tie
our lCt.tJemcn\ere: in.the spring of 1846; 'ROAD. The learns that people of Georgia, at a fair point 'on the naturally arouse the people:! of Florida- probably make a junction with our neighbors dr'othe engine house, which'is situa
!cottori fields:,should'now,be:'covered_with, -- Republican surveyors boundary between the States, and to subscribe would'make them feel that Savannah is in the county of Lowndes, and with yards upon this side of

:bloomd-x-Olratq: :.Mir.ror1: '. ;, undertook' the running the lines at least 9800,000 to the 'work.'l not to be depended upon as their outletto near, a million of dollars subscribed by the rail-course leading to,the nver. The
I1 .. AMOSGSTTh'eCbprrier of 'this Road on Monday\ last;'from Alligator They believe that.such an arrangementwill the Atlantic, and cause them to' unite them,will it not be folly in.us to,decline place.was literaiIybesi ,,with peoplewho
'ova A Bw HtfMBca;
"' be satisfactory to a majority of. their in one compact body'to build the,Florida the junction ?,, ,Here is the only ,point had arrived from jfawYork,I',New
vk f- dcs Etats' Unis"puVlishes : I fellow citizens will, if it be made, Central Road from Pensacola. ,to the St. where we fear indecision. Here is the Haven, and other places in search',of
an affidavitpf Mar/Ann Williams, 'Gu.- Dix.:-The latest intelligence forego their Central' Road,project. It ;Johns" point at which.we desire to fix the'ic1rs friends or fear relatives., At tat ten

mother:'.. !tI.{ .rtep ch ha .taMII.er to::the&1.-throne'' she .from'New York: : and_Washington,_ t .na. seems be very clear that, ,unless Savannah 'Don't know:,about that; might chooseto of our tricndL There is no other charter person.could.be adm4 ',
.ef n =I lW'80": I!14 iridotr to show that there'is no probability that moves :soon towards the inhabitants' be bamboozled somebody,else after by which,Savannah can reach,PensacUa I were ,d' ,-and r tie

I"w 9' care iiTlLe ''natural i this gentleaaan ,will ,go abroad.", A gen Middle Florida, they will Immediately Savannah has,got through. But we give than the' one under which the ,Middle agony of: ,.Ci Tersonal -
fl.Jffn ? abandon the idea of a: connection \with Floridians seek to mnitewith_ us. It was e "
of the ;E1e Wflliams,who tleman writes from the.National Capital the following from the same" ass e tie
mother paper outer
and unite with ,
Savannah, thoroughly, .' obtained after a hard struggle, and with ration. A ,
... is her fourth:ehjld-born atCaughnawaga; thai'Gen,;Dix was to'J have' 'entered upon East Florida to build the Central .- winding up of its article,: not one vote to spare. ,The Constitution 'edge of the gut,. cry, "Letme

l\1 ii i'ii'hM!114. nine }eanf bid,acme, o( jusjduties as:Assistant Treasurer:.:at New When the people of our sister'State unite .. "Let our readers persue the letter of 0. of ,Florida requires a two-thirds vote of in \find out i n dear brother is

{{&tber'sfrltinds came and ;took him York: on Monday,last. on the Central Gulf,Road,i it will be built, T."Ward, Esq., of ,Florida, against the the Legislature to pass any'railroad charster. dead-' Another 1 say,-'"t, cannoteadare
ands J Ba'brotther:'awsy 'to school; 11l for with,that union there 0 will come; an connection with Savannah. Let them reflect'upon We shall never get anot&er. U,-"I 11'wc and know if my

A and,. thiffc IT'j: tCtntcedbgloosome"tme. } if ,j aSs 1 ?"We (learn from the Washington appropriation',of the ,large internal improvement ,the division sentiment' in We have not time or room to make>further Cm there _gt man, stupid with
*t dish Ieg. fund the work. ,The work that State, [and endeavor, by all means; totter forward 't'SIy
.. .P2' .If. ": r' correspondence; :;the Baltimore Sun, to : extracts from these do ,wod ,'apng.
'tJatef wat"loIIree 'a to and it,1 and they papers.We the
would be considered one off self-preserva strengthen perpetuate w : ce
Wm.:'Woddmai* VaT05eida";Indianjattempted ; that' fall mission; has been promised to tion.?'.' d" .., will i not all, to'see'that any thing short not'wish i to discourage' our: friends of Savannah ; maddened

lojWndB heir t&mar that> Eleaitr cadge, H.;R.-:'Jsckson. of Georgia.' { 0 i .W. would attention of our Middle of an immediaee and candid public declaration ''in'their ,enterprise of',connecting emLe/'their places, sobbing'r.:
.raeold'jjiwv! rim.. her '1. I of what we'design to do, ,will V-dead--deadr-
> ; I the Atlantic with the but whatever yesterday
: of (friends the last sentences ; Gulf "te
General Florida to
vacant two
1.j1IriD11Il'thtT !*.s MsUfjelTj refused. -.s.ne post : l throw off'every'citizen,of that State from I could see her lifeless form."" :

eJo elM ".t',.,? f';:,t f. ?\1'. f -.', Jq ofka; Army has been filled by, the of" the above,:'and'ilso. 'to the'following'Thoro4i : use; and'band the whole:together to secure is accomplished' in.this way' ,Florida,from ohti "t the, ,New.YokeQ a:e'u

Chamber of Com-m tte'ii"about appointment of Brevet Cols Dianifeldr,of: tote a Staie,'R&i1ioad'ConuntioD the great road,eatirelythroughtbcirown; ;; ? her position' and resources, must.eventually eral feeling was.exhibited \la "
teal'to be established A at Norfolk. the Engineers. at Tallahassee, on the first )Ion-j territory." have the great crossing entirely within fate of Mr. Jonathan Trotter: One 'fttc


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tleihaa wuP rf ctty pale with the intentr away,'we are content to plo g /'r A 'A.w pa" '- .

of bis tuougnt*regarding his safetwd through,the deep.furrows,"l .. I' way, How honest and HeS.ai a nolle nienL It. .Jatttnonbttlt .vfrr urnt fQn f ribiJt! &C. :4thfs, 'Stages, & 'r

common wiiifluxa and others, we re- On his browauy en what denotes wamfiriend Corrected Weekly for the Florida hews.T4QaINQund. .

jolcid to bear in *'short,"time from Dr.QnackenbO1 Now let us see, what' a good, decent Loving thos whe lore him h* to frank to a fAult ? EW' SPBINB GOODS', CHABLESTON AND 'aORlJiA'CAouNA'bcLoIuD'
clean Seeming alwtyt ;fa Hndnert beret halt .. .
jmy. p3
side-walk will ,
of the Ietyf his mendID cost; .
Together wfchfrwnd.heiliberal youkaow. c H '

TrOU LteICI1I:: wy one rod,; or 16J feet long,4 feet wide: grer Admonishing wUHag hia retpend fnead wd to do MM whal pnde ii right Swat sbe r*, Gunny Itent1lckl.- '1IJJdI'_ 22 II '1 18 11 run;: .udersigaodha. 'direct from JuA NwY iee.lmttby rk, -'steamer.. J&l v....IS-Jjiif
time) in chargeof ; YMess :
11' Refuge Flooring,: 100 feet. Deferring b he.,may hn J,ath be.ever bright 'fIbbll OOj A.SPRING, L4B E:8'tOCE.'OJr..
their dnrY'iritUoderneM Prime 20 DO .;
tbe'door performed : 3 4 Di. .
by 12" & SUMMER _
Scantling U -
il l. nuntorooj joking whole
btre-firmness. To the he U a team,, BACON, Uuin 1JJ Ibi 16 (4
'" : Over and over he hat treated M let Cream, Shoulders,' 14.thI i23 @ 14 which h.*now offer t*&hi T pvblic at very lew. price fttw6 to.Ja $4 i.so ., ,.
"Jori.1 4'i sake letTnolnthe Even be hia FOR CASH- .
of steps though hU walk be
entreaties may tardy ,
Sides : '
"God assist 45 Giving all.to understand. ,be retembloi young 'tt1 lThj; 1 @ ,Th. assortment b compute ifl every variety of THE CJlSOinrA will feat* CHARLESTON; ,
universal repl/Tras, you, fib Nails, ---.o HTlet! May 21.'6iltDyDoet8amT.B BREAD:Pilot 1\aYJ". ThI I 10 j IlBUTTEItOceken style and fashion. Among the many artteh/may every SaiurJaw.. at S P.It B.tsvs1a ,oUt u M

I am sorry for you. but at 'this moment Bawling and grading, '- -- 25 ,, ilb : belo.dr PALATKA enryMtntM A. .j P COLAT..
6yiid ;1y ..yout" : Florida, "t1b DomesUoan4Engthbti DOG1DS1iI4PeIntedMusiipg IGA"*san4 .JACX.903Vl.LI.B, r.
Tfacannot/ eater, Puttingdown ; "' Martin,one of the maR experienced ; M'
CANDLES, Sperm, 1I1b and Lawns from 10 ell to $0 ell yeryszdFig'd p.JI. _
the door wuopened what an effect ,24r of the Medical Faculty in Baltimore,
When I Adamantine l' Ib and plaia Beragest Silk Tissues Tariteas "TIfEflO1XA wfeaveCntsioar.
iraiproduced I The.floor was strewn with 8tOO: writes r $taber's Anodyne Cherry Expectorant CHEESE, 1J It UJiI U Swiss Mall,Jaconets,plain and checked French ry J'r. at 9 P.K. Retarainf. will leave

dead bodies coffins and torn dresses,'whilst and o'8tabIer'g Diarrha Cordial,."I hire careM. COFFEE,'C 8'ba I Cambric, plaid and plain? Changable eol'd Silks PAL4TLS. 19 'cloek. A- MB1ACK'CKSEZ.
,filled with shrieks The above is a liberal estimate: Sucha ly examined the component parts of them, ,and Rio' lb 12 from 87. to '!; Wide Black Bilks Florae* and S P.JAC SOlVJ.I.LZFnJ.r,4"doo ,.
the air was announcing f Embroidered These Steamers
Mareelin do; A '1 fiDe Jot eooaeei with ail th* mterior
recognition of a departed father, brother walk will last for,some years, ,with., find them loth ra/Mifr eompovmlt,the dotee laft, Jata Swiss shawls; few rich embroidered aid plain Stages *.Florida and *iaeU both way
andeoostentwth medical practice and I do not DOMESTIC.000DS. Canton crap shawls Whit Lac Mantillas.Sep with the New York Eteamshto Canttma Batbwiiad
child. little
brother, mother, sister, or The very repair:' hope: .to see the good hesitate to rteonmtHd them.' See adTertitemen Shirting 1d I 12 A choice lot embroidered Goods Pointed Collars I lbs Wilmington BomU, ,

bodies were not much disfigured. There example set by some one aDdto see our in another comma.' Sh.eting' 41yd n 4t Do.LC fldkOz "1ID..t_ Undnlres Cufls. aaiagv from QtarlMtnv et laaksnviatk tl.
I. may? 4 the latest fashion of Ladies Hats, at low from Pfoolata aad Palatka
were some bruised about the head,haying DrillsOsnabnrn !yd ,123 14 15 e4 rery 9iQ,
townsmen follow suit "i'17d : drtces; Misses and Ladies'I1ata rich bonnet rib- FrrfHrtJktrfarttftilfrt.vWy t* :
the wounda principally upon the left tern PLANK.W ALK. PoiSonln. '" FISH Mackerel Jb' 13 boa sod linings; Ladle and Misses' Slippers Ties J. w.cALbVrrl. dhHst,
pie, and the same side of the skull., This Thousands of Parents 'use fermlfore Canal 'ill 4 G Gaiters Boots and Boot. BBLLECHASSS A rcnhlAH
FLOUR Thbl .
% 650 .
composed of Castor Oil Calomel He FOR GENTLEMEN. JaebIDriIM
the are -
from '
track us as resulting angulaposition
Proceeding of Town Council. aware that, while they- appear to benefit the BaltimoreGRAIN 4bb1 600 A very fine A.cmm.lolReady-maoJe Clothing. 1l B.DID, Natq.
at which the bodies touched the patient they are acttaD111linr the foonia- Corn'ba 83 gO Pants Coats Vests *.r.ftIr.71.*. quality'sad r.1. '

cars after being projected in the one fatal Council OHAXBEK'May 17,'1843. lions for series of diseases, such as .aUntioD. PeasGUNPOWDER bchIoo iso fashion; a beautiful style of summer hat for& ttFOR -
Council met this-day at 5 o'clock P.M loss ThJ 40 50 tiemen: also, a superior quality of French boots tNTRpKlsg: ,
direction by the shock. The majority ohlP&weakness of limbs, &c. ,AND
HAY, 'tcwt io ( and gaiters; shirts, drawers wrappers collar. era. INTRMKDIAT2 LANDINGS..
eeem to hare died,from;slow drowning, Present: Hon. Jsaao Swart, Intcndani In another column will be found the adrcrser HIDES, Dry lThf 8 fI I Tats Ac. Cloths easslmeres Testings always enhand. : Tb*steams SARAH SPAL8.ING ..
the true meat of HcbensaekV Medicines; to which we Also Tailoring don to order on short aotfee r ,Capt A. S. Srxt*. harln
and their countenance presenting < Messrs. Bours H.E.W.Clark Deerskins 41bl 10 12 *?
J. Clark, ask the attention 'of all directly' interested in Planters wishing to make large bills can do ben thoroughly overhaaied. wlUaasam '
index to their feelings at the moment oat Oak, Ward and Williams Councilme their own as well as their Children's health.- IRON all kinds cwt G 00 j 800 as well at this store as any other la the Southern her regular trip btwn thJcjIao* aad '- ,' '
awful In[ : LARD, I 1l 1i ,t Stater let of Wear constantly ;
the moment of the passage from Lifer Complants and disorders arising A large Negroes Enterprise leaving Jacksonvfll every rTdady
time to eternity. The chisel of the sculptor The minutes of last meeting were read from those of a bilious type should make use LIME i'tbbJ 200 @ on and The public are solicited to call and examine at. o'clock,A.M,arrIving at Palatka sam day '
>!the LUMBER steam sawed $m 800 @ 1400 Goods and Prices as they will find it to leaving Palatka every Thursday at 81 .'lock.
and only geanine .LiverPlils. '
has never caught the real delineation approved.The medicineUobenaack' Ranging Timber 'Jm 800 1000 their interest to purchase at this stor*-*Try article A.1L in connection wita the steamer Wat.Oastoa,

lineament and expression which couldbe Street Committees instructed to J>Hlfe set tec'leed"but ask for Hobensack's Shingles m 4 00 (4 1 00 being sold cheap for cash. and Florida and arriving at Enterprise saaa.days
returning so as to connect with the
MOLASsES I steamers .
seen upon the faces of the lifeless human wait upon Mrs. M. Doggctt, and requesther Worm Syrup and Liver Pills and observe that NAILS 1b* 50 SOILS No 2 Byrne's Block comer Newnan and Welaka and Carouna Savannah and CharUsten.ForfreijAt -

monuments of the New Haven Marsh ''fcchhasthe signature of the Proprietor N. April 16,1853. e Bay streets. or passage apply on board or to '' '
to street their 1 50
through Sperm pi 1
road tragedy., One man lay with his lips open HO BENS ACE, as none else are genuine. BISBEB A CANOY A.Art's. JacksoaviH
Linseed !
Chairman gaI 112 125 K. R. DUKES Agent Palatka.Jan .
Councilman Bours 4-ly NEW STORE !
slightly apart, his hair literally erect his PORK Mesa 'Ibb1 2200 22 tf '

eyes staring, his hands extended, as if in "that they had acted in conformity with Prime, bb1 18 00 SPRING AND SUMMER, 185S.rpHE _

aversion of danger, and retracted muscles their instructions, and that'Mrs. Doggett tatine gounial PORTER, London 9'10 3 50 SUBSCRIBERS are now receding their New-York Packet tine

showing his feeling of dread at being lad premised that said street should be SALT RAISINS, 1bz 200 150 400 X Spring and Summer Stock of
'lIhk I Goods
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. Foreign and Domestic Dry ,
forced into the terrible
gulf. Althoughstiff SOAP, Amer yellow, It 10 -A'
opened in a short time. to which they invite the attention of buyers before
and cold when he lay upon his back, ENTERED. SHOT, of all sues,, l1b 8 10 purchasing elsewhere. ,

an observer would imagine that he was The Committee appointed to select a May 14.-<*chr.Burton Adams, N Y. SEGARS, Spanish %i m 2i: 00 (ii) 4000 Aprt. HANKINS & 1URDEE.

site for Powder .", Brig Condor, Small, do. American '! m 1000 2000 err N B Store formerly occupied by Messrs THH KEW AND REGULAR LINK OF
still receding from the contemplation of a Magazine and to-rcceivc "
a Schr. Valaut Cumulus do SPIRITS, Brandy %gal" 00 tl Moody A Boultar. e Packets. between flew York,Jaekwatill. sad

horrible_cataatrophj. Upon the countenance bi ids for the erection of the same, reported: "" 18"-Schr.Cameo, Pcttigru. do. Holland Gin 'tGgnl 1i0 @ 173 composed bT the New aaJ fast. nillue_. j'l'alatka5
of the once robust Mr. Col bach, of .' fichr. Cerejieo. nrii. do Rum gall :10 CHEAP, STORE. Schooners, -- -- >
"That they have chosen the centre of Pchr.. Marie;! Deliver;do
Richmond, Me., you would see clearly Market street, where it is intersected by II Schr II.M Johnson, Lout Charleston. Whiskey 'j1ga1 75 I 50 HENRY E. W. CLARK JOSEPH ORtCC 3)0 tons A. Roouta, ,Com'r b---
the expressed convictioa of inevitable Schr Superior, Hopkiai N Y. SUGAR. Florida tb 8 i 10 BAY STREET. JERSEY OAK 160 Iou J. S. ROOMS, Com'r
the third street ((not yet named) north of Loaf and Crushed. *Mlb 1G
19 I 1
-Bng P. A Page, Limekin Phjladolrhis will ply regularly between the -
death and the calmn of pcrts.Agent
steady gaze a having taken the NEW Stoat
the Episcopal Church, as the most eligible CLEARED. TALLOW, tot Ub' 10 12 THE undersigned in New York '
man familiarized with its contemplation.Mr. spot in the vicinity and that 14. TOBACCO, Ibi 20 ( l 50 by J.HOLMES respectfully Invites the JOSEPH GRId Water-rt. c
; having May Schr Ariel, Austin, Ehiabethport attention of the public his well selected stock of
Colbach was a ship carpenter, just advertised for proposals without receivingany .. 19-Schr. Hartford, Tcogue, Boston TEA.. Hyson 1i11b11 00 Goods adapted both for Country and City trade, Agents in JacksoaTille, ? :.h

returning to his native place. Near to bids they would -. _ __ ______._ Black 75 buyers would do well to call and examine his stock BISBKE & CANOVA. 'i'
respectfully recommend ---- n
the door lay the body of gentleman said : TWINE ibib So @ before purchasing elsewhere. Consisting of the Agent In Palatka .
that the Town Council proceed at County of Duval, WINES all kinds, "tfgall 2.00 4 00 following aMortment of staple and Fancy Day R.K.DUKE. "

/to be Dr. Bartlett, of Massachusetts ; it once to build the Magazine at the cost of InaccoiinticithJ.lLU.Bours, Treasurer. Goods Hardware and Cutlery, Boots and Shoes, All goods directed to their CARE will b* ;/
looked as if it had endeavored to tear off Hats and Cape. Musical Instruments Perfumery, PROMPTLY FORWARDED. : ; '
ho town. J.H.H.BOURS 1852. Notice to Creditors. '
Ch'n. Sc Combs and Brushes and '
Fancy Soaps. a general
his gloves in order to free himself, but I Which May J-Cash paid E Blitch. John Houston ALL persons having demands against the estate assortment Toys and Fancy Articles. Also, a September 4, 18 2. tf. [Republican copy. t (
was .
bad not tiDe to accomplish the act before and F Eetbnne the per diem as co.com, 22 00 John A Jones,late of Duval county, dec. large stock of elegant Saddles Bridal A*. Wood ;

he died. A beautiful child lay near to Petition of C. S.Emery and others, Cash paid E Bhtch and John Houston,each are hereby notified to present thorn duly authenticated and Crockery Ware.ft Sac selected stock of fine DR. JOSIAH ABHURST '
the within two from -
to undersigned
two day* coming and going. 4 00 years Groceries and ProvisionsII E.'l', CLARK. :
him looking as if the cherub had returnedto praying permission of tho Council to A. Cash paid F Livingston for 4 days as Prw of the date hereof or the statute wilt be pleaded in nov 4 Bay Street. WILL keep MEDICINES on hand for tin t ; _i-_ :

earth, after the catastrophe, and laid G. Butterficld to vend Ice Cream and Board'and for recording minute*, Ac, 17 60 bar thereof POLLY ANN' JO Eg. curseS t ,..'
down to sleep. Hopeless horror was Cash paid a H Smith, SLff, for 4 days attendance I May 21, 1853-46 Adm x of said estate APOTHECARRY HALL Consumption, Bronchitis Asthma, Piles it.':
pour- Lemonade the Sabbath ion Board of county commissioners, 8 00
on was ABD Old Ulcers
presented Dropsy, Dyspepsia Ac.
trayed upon the countenances of the la May 22-Cash pd C Drew publishing Treasurer Savannah Medical College. TEA DEPOSITORY. '':
All Irregularities,obstructions and .
and read and action it indefinitely excesses In -
upon s account. 7 00May SESSION 185351.TlIG :
25-Cash M JVV. Dr. ,', Nm males, will b* regulated removed or ropptosscdAlra '
dies.The pd T Hagan qrs allowance Byr Building. 7''i
faces were unusually pale, even for postponed.The for support of O W Farrow, 25 00 COURSE OF LECTURES in this lostitn- en hand his Taltabl ,. ,>
Where hand and
*kept constantly on a large
the color of the departed. This was in Petition J.W.Price and others, Jun.8- ,uh pdO II Smith s bill, 12 00 will commence on the First Monday of well selected assortment of FAMILY MEDICINES. ;; ': '
July %26-Cach pd E Butch 2 qrs allowancefor November and continue four months. Among them may b* found Compound Tonic PDls
tome measure owing to the stoppage of paying permission of Council to Henry support Prevail, a pauper, 20 00 R D AEIOLD. M D, FroC Institutes and Prae- DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. Antifebrile Pills Dropsy Medicines PQ*Ointment ;',

the heart's action by the tremendous nervous Cash pd E Butch for 2 days as co. com and tico of Medicine.J and jut received by late arrivals, warranted fresh Diseases unnecessary to name will be cured ia s > i
contraction when the unfortunate Coopmau: to keep his store open on the for 2 days coming and going 0 00 O HOWARD M1). Fro Anatomy. and genuine Also few days; andcuresalwsyIwe.rrsntedaadi0L,- r f ,., .
Sabbath, for the of vending bread July 27-Cash pd F Bethune for 2 days as W O BULLOCH,M D, Prof.Principles and Practice PcrfameryComb3Brtshe8 SoapsLamps cited Incises of'. Th usual remedies will ,
sufferers realized tho first idea of their purpose county commissioner, 4 00 of Surgery.. not be prescribed. No charge made for fTifitn- i, ;-

fate. Some who had stuggled violently, &c., was also presented and read, and action Cash? pd F Livingston for 2 days as Pres of P M KOLLOCK, M D. Prof. Obstetrics and Diseases Burning-Flnid, &c., tions and prescriptions. r',.
Boar4 and for recording,ic 6 50 of Women and Children.C which will be sold low for cash. DISEASED SLAVES, '
the had their faces
when in water
cooped upon it indefinitely postponed. W WEST.M D,Prof. Medical rdrrs Mllclted and attended kPKfSICUN. :
Chemistry Country paactaally
Sept 29-Cash pd T M listen 1 qrs allowance of no use to their owners, in a hopeless condition .
covered with bubbles of foam, belched Councilman H.E.W.Clark stated that for mpport cf Oeo W .rarrow. 12 50Oct. E L METIT: M D, Pros Physiology '. rEEscKtrnoNS rtT vr WITH CAKX will be purchased. Address .r'' '

forth "in the.strong swimmer's dying agony. 2-Csh pd I V Qarnie balance of appropriation 11 D BTRD.M D, Prof.Materia. Medica and Thera AND DISPATCH. Dr J ASnCRST, JacksoarCte F. : ,
he had been requested to call tho atten- for Clerk's office, 7 37 'peatictr. Pay the postage on you letters. Apr9 "
: Cs.chj4 A M neetl'bill for da**and rutty, 148 J B READ M D. pro .atholmicsl l Anatomy and SODA WATER AND SYBUI'S, .- 1- .:
A mighty engine stood hard by, whizxing lion of the Council to tbe opening of Nov. -ah t,aid E Bhtch for 2 days as co. FEES Demonstrator For or Anatomy 'Matnrulatwnxiet of my own manufacture, in their highest state of JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY J::-' ;
the fall course,$105,
up its steam, as if rejoicing at the Adams and Monroe streets; whereupon, com 3-Cash iand for pd 2 J days Dowling coming for and 2 dsys going attendance C 00XOt" <5; Demonstrator Anatomy, $10; Grailuatton perfection, in their season to be had at the counter AROMACHINE 1'-;

triumph of material over immaterial life. on motion, it was on board as Dep. Shff. 4 00 .30. Requisites for Uraduationthe came WORKS. :'- ,
Around tho number Cash pdF Llring ton for 2 days as President as in other Medical Colleges.C. TEAS. Jacksonville
drawbridge were and Ma- '
"R $olrtl, That the Street Committeesbe of Board and for am't his bill, 27 12Nov W. WEST. 11. D. Agent for the N. Y. Pekin Tea Company. THE Works Foundry ,

of robust men with ropes and axes engaged authorized to open said streets to the -Cub pd F Bethune for 2 days as co may 14-6m Dean of the Faculty. TEA direct importation and ot thirty-four upon zhort notice, are now prepared furnish, '. '"i

in an endeavor to get out the smoking limits of the town at the commissioner, 4 00 Sea Island Cotton Gins. varieties, from k to 1 Ib in a package Saw.3Ii11 :$ i
corporate cxense -
car and any part of the wreck which Nov 10-Canh pd 0 Wood, J P, for holding All warrantedand at utrmuv loioprtctt. SteamE nelf&mn Smithing Turning u4' : :
> of corporation. inquests and for burial expense*. 23 00 TUG SUBSIRIBEK takes this opportunity t* one Finishing In all their ,:
they could. Women were there consoling Boura Nov Ig-Cash id J W Pricu J p. for holding the planters of Long Staple Cottons GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS, to hundred horse branches I f' ".'. J
Councilman informed the Coun. that he etill continues the manufacture of the latest Sugar Mills, Pumps,' '
and ministering to tho afflicted and inqutrt, 5 00 PLANTS, &c.g7COtNTRYDEALERSsnpplied.. .:i :?i
Dee G-Cuh I improved Roller Boon Gins,double and single, at Horse Powers. Steam-Boat .and Saw. '
Garnie ,
their houses. eil of tho organization tho Board of Y amt appropriated .
inciting the wounded to ORDERna.acreinpanied'icitkcatk. JP& Mills ;
for clerk office, 7 10 his usual rates and is ready to fill all orders at the MJl"pairing Ao.0. '.
The medical men of the place, Drs Fitch, Fire Wardens, and requested, on behalfof 1853.Jan shortcut notice. For the reputation of the Gins mar 12-lr' T.)c3IILLAY. CutiDJtllofIroDorBru Drawings and estimates. '
apply to the fallowing agents,or to thuao who have Bells of any size required without charge, '.
Barker, and others were there affording the Board, that the Fire-Hooks and 10-Cash pd E Butch for Jos Truluck.J them in use. IVEW GOODS. in this section, -
aid to the sufferers. P, for fees for selling stray cattle, 5 00 AGENTS. .
adders belonging to the town be deposited ath pd Messrs BUtch Houston and Bethune THE SUBSCRIBER is now opening his Summer Wh/n required.competent Machinists furnished ; '
11 to put in opperabon all ;
Yillalonga A AeosU, Ccntervillage, Georgia. tiC Machinery,purchased if
1 Goods comprising a gon.ralrt-
for day each as co 6 00
SL John's Bar. in or near the Engine House; when Clah pd Messrs Bhtch and com.Houston each for Hilhard llargraves, "' ment of Dry Goods. Readymad Clothing, Hard us, Upon reasonable terms. I "
Laatingcr A Harris Elixabcthtown, Lounds Co. Hollow,Tin and Willow Wares, Crockery, Hats MOO EY &GOOKIjr. .
the Marshal was instructed to out 2 days coming and going, 4 00 19.tf
carry mar Founders ;
and .
Georgia.. Machmest
Cub Pd F Livingston for 1 Jay as Pres:dent Boots and Shoes, for ladies and rents. ..
JACKSONVILLE, May 19, 1853. the desires of the Board in that respect. of Board and recording. Ac 7 00 Charles H Campfleld Savannah." ; Georgia." GROCERIESOtard MAGNOLIA HOUSE.
Jan 14-Cash pd C Drew 1 00 Cooper A Gilliland. Brandy choice brand Whiskey Rum .
Editor The Florida JVeici Councilman J. Clark stated that heras C.
of Stobbins Riceboro.Liberty Co.
Cash pd H D Uollrnd, ex,off J P, for hoLing B. common Whiskey; Port Madeira, Malan and Jacksonville Florida. '

Sir: A report is current in New York, requested to inform the Council that inquest 8 00 Scott W. Allen Deveaux Dorchester., Chariestoa, 8. C. Muscat Wines Hams Bacon sides Pork, Butter Il THE SUBSCRIBER bu just COIa-
Cash pd J W Price. J P.lor 6 00 Lard,Mackerel; Loaf Crushed and Brown Sugars: : the
lame above
I understand that the St. John's Bar Firo andto CaptBenj..>,1thewoo4. Beauford S.C.Rich. Java pleted House, fitting it n ia the
u a Company was being organized, Cash pd J Plammer 1 qrs allowance for support .. Teas Rio and Coffee; Flour in barrel and most comfortable style, u4 will as
A Caneva, Jacksonville, E. erery exer
half barrels Lead and Powder Pilot
Shot Cheese
is at the present time in a very bad condi- request the Council to procure the necessary .,an l&-Cafhpd of Oeo W Sbtr'lorder Farrow. favor ofF LivInpgtoa 1260 .Harris, Lee ft Co.,Ocala_ "II.x. Bread, Crackers; ,,and various other; articles, too lion patronage.to pleaso all that may favor him wish their.

tion and in consequence of which it is hose for the engine. 2 00 8 L.iLDuke Niblack Palatka Co'.ATRgstoC.M. tedious to mention which ha will Uk pleaiure Particular atteatioji paid to"hnU4a.A. .
showing to his irieadsand customers
Jail 20-Csh pd John L Hamilton, J P, for '
difficult to charter vessels for this port. Councilman flours submitted the fo'-! holding inqaect 6 00 Tison Spencer. Whit Spring, May 7, 11i53. _JAS., LIVINGSTON Agtf Corner cor -
eM and hfonroe.ttee
Watts Co. Fla."ALSO -
Cole Hamburg Liberty ; :
I cannot imagine what foundation there lowing Ordinance, which was adopted: Feb 9-Caih pd John S Bammis on account JaeksonTDIe.Kor.20.1853 ,
repairs of court house, 30000 IRE !-One, Two, Three Good Stabling for Horses J' tt
co* i c for such a report, or who Be it Ordained by the Town Council Cash pd Messrs Bethune and Houston each Extra Boxes Rvlle/s and Brushes can be had ot JUST RECEIVED, a fine assortmeet of Gun .

the Town Jacksonville, That section 4, for} day a, county comraimoners,, 4 00 the subscriber at aioderate rates Persons wanting Rifles to which we In vilest attention JOSEPH ',V. 'HERNANDEZ ,
could: bave been instrumental in put of an Ordinance "to prevent the importa- Cash pd J Houston for 2 days coming and Gins or Gins repafred. will please direct to agents, of sportsmen. PHAPB33. AOSJaehaavm AJr.ea
going; 2 00 orto : 'S.L.IIURNS, HANKIN3CL1NCH &I1ARDEE. ,
the Apr9
it ia circulation for ,
ting purpose tion and spread of contagious diseases," aohpd F Livingston for 1 day as President ._may 14-6m, ,- St.Marys.Georgia. .. East Flerida._ t- -

injuring the business of the river.ThcBvtebeaunisnotasgoed .- passed June 3d,'1852, be, and the same of Board and for recording. 4 00 HOUSE. HERNANDEZ .
Felt 10-Cash pdMeMrsLInngston. Jacksonville Mtlltflostltute, JOSEPH returns thanks to hi*

as it is hereby repealed. and Houston each for 1 day as eo.corns, ft 00Feb REV.; 'I. SWART/?A. 'M. ,1i n.cipal..H TIlE SUBSCRIBER having recently opened J friends and the public generally for the liberal .. -,
Councilman Bours submitted the following It-Cash pd A 0 Butterfietd for painting above House, would respectfully solicit patronage he ha received and hope, by strict at .5
ought to be, nor as good as it can and court house 2$ 00 '.' '- the patronage of the public. There are at this tcntion to business to merit a eoatincaae af th* ':;. '

soon will be tnadetobe but it is no Ordnance also,which was likewise Ann 13-Cwhj J II McRory's bill cf stationery Bates Tuition. time some five to six rooms unoccupied, several o am*. Having jut received a Sue aastortarat
adopted : for Probate omee, 12 158April Orthography, Reading Defining, Arithmetic the same with fire places. The HoasoU within goods, consisting of blue and blaet- CLOTHS. ot s- ;,
worse than it has been for years past. I % -Ca h pd J S SammIe on sect repairs Penmanship, per quarter of eleven weeks, $4,00 one hundred and fifty yards of the Poet Offie and differant qualities,black and colored CASHMER8,
Be it Ordained by the Town Councilof of court house, -.,_ 100 00May9rTreasunrscorns.ont73983a4pre Geography.; Grammar;History,' Composition, wharves The undersigned is agent for Gen Scott's I LINENS and DRILLS for punts TESTINGS of ,
have a copy of the chart made by the recent the Town of J Jacksonville That shall | 2959 Elocution and Book Keeping d*, 5,00 four hone coach and two horse hack mail lines, I different_patens, TRUHKG3, Ac, A direct '

Coast Survey and that shows, on the Balance ia Treasury, : 134 84 Higher branches of an English.Mathematical. both leaving for Ocala semi-weekly. For further from the North, h* b prepared to execute an work
be the of the Intendant to "
> duty cause to t and Scientific course do. 6,00 particular apply at the offices of the Jacksonville entrusted to bia ear with despatch and ia ft work '-
hallovest part of the Bar, at least 8 feet be published in the, newspapers of the 1 990428 The AneMat-Langaages, do,, 10.00 News and Republican. manlike manner. lie Invites aU to give him scan
French in classes, &,00 (on Newaaa street second door from Dr. '.
: Th Language JAMES B. ASKEW Byra '
at dead low I authorized town the proceedings,of:the courts with 852. Jr.Ma' x'
crater. am not Drawing and Perspective 5.00 Palatka Jan. 10 18:12. tf new building) assuring public that his Hie**
the names of' all persons brought up before ? 10-Balance.Treasury. (293 78 Painting in water colors -' 9,00 b* moderate, and all garment* warranted r c'shall
to make public these facts from the Coast Dec j24-Cash no'd from U Bowdcn ., to fit.JT. .
him the offences of which they 'are JA.: : t1 oil l.00 :
ort account taxesv _" ,,550 61 Ice Cream. B Cutting and reparing at the shortest
Survey chart .butT trust the in L DES ROCHERS inrtruetsin French
necessity PeeL C
accused and the
penalties imposed upon reo'd from F Lfvlngston'pro. and octO-ly SUBSCRIBER has erected a SALOON, feb 5-ly
this case will be a sufficient excuse by theSoperintendant theuL usda of sal* of stray cattle; 28 75 Drawing Painting, THE a large and bantiful tree in the street .
1853. where he to to For Sale. ,
"4 near his residence always prepared ,11
'for' 'my )having done,so Bills of G. C. Powers & Co., of$5.75, Mar! 5-rCash ree'd from U BosSes, vpr.t1vrKlflsnW. I famish ICE CREAM of a quality unsurpassed .kii A HIGHLY' improved LOT, dtuatedbi ,

without his permission. But I am 'informed for advertising, were passed and ordered OB account taxes. 3114 904 26 ,IIIIIRTJI1DZIIMGNZD'b&VtIIZII.aedth. city I and hopes the eltlsonsvf. ,th* town,:will favor him -i: .the centre of the Town upon wbJehtoaUrg* :
: :.u.4; \ .MILL,har* fosm.dscopsrtnsrship forth with tacit patronage and eoramodiouiBoardfajg House.thre*sterteshlra..
by the Pilotar-and others familiar paid. Mal 9-Balanc In trelUl1lFT.'i' purpos *f I !y Partle*and {amines supplied, if denred.aj THIRTY good rooms with TWXNTY.THUBH '

There being no further business before JO.JI B00RS.. Treasurer, DC.STATK 1 ,8A"'QrXlVG'r.: 1J'MD 7-3t ,A O,JfUTtERi'IELD.Fresh fir*places with all necessary out-bufldlagi.god. '
"ith.the Bar that there is .
s gCKxTwater wsterSnssbade A Also .
the Council, it adjourned. for th*Horn Market under the style sad title ot ,
upon it now'M there has been for years 'Ck; ( ,Powros :.J. "FU>BU>A, Covnty of lJlC t1i. CLARK *BUTLER. JOHN CLARK. Arriral. ,T7ZNITUU.

and the therefore ," I past ztport.'iD circulation I
President of the Board of County Commit JUST APRlVATERESJDENCBonih '
The above ubKribers would rospeetfullyUwt Delaware adjoiningloL. -.
should cause no 'apprehension to THE: IaOUTII.-WC have had unusualr suraers of said county of Duval,hereby certify the ,the PATRONAGE of the Public.-] Bushels CORN This I Isconsidered the mostTalnft '
of weather and fear Kflgoieg to his; true account the receipts and th > )1OOO bl* in this
long spell dry ; we a*they hav entered into th* business exprarpurposf > property thriving town and will b*sold
masters of'resschs'd. s ned to this port. sbursements of,tile county funds f said county .; C ',. .J =' 100 Barrel FLORU.. low. '.Apply to TrM.P.DBWa a
the will be short in'this section
crops for> jthe year ending May 9th,1853, as reported by 2,2OOBRICL3, "- JacksoBvin,'April 3-tf .,
Please give this an insertion in your At this season cotton ia usually.six inches icteonnty treasurer in his account current exam SAWING LUMBZE .FOR_ JACKSON V1LLI, 17 Barrel IRISH POTATOES. Tr"

:papcz, for the information of those abroad high, but we' understand that many of our ned and approved by the said Board. ; A D'.11 nr.-aI, Vet sale by, McCUEN. UOVSEWOKAL. :
'Witness of
hand and the seal said '
court .
interested in the commerce of the river. planterS> have only half; ,and 'some ,only ((1,1] this the 16th my day of Mar,A D,'1831 They wQl also have' a',Grisf,MQt attached to th.1144'hlnery 't&11-o.: .AI Hoo A>*MODERN, situated FINISHED'* pleasant'two story
, .
and they have the &lUel.ol one portion tf
Youriirnly,: A:8.BALDWIN.J one third,of their cropa'up.-r-W heard Aad ex efficio Pres. Board eo.,JudgeAc corns.P o>' *.MJLMKO MAUIIMa:*f I* arown..*f Notice the town., The walls ar* of Lard finish.'*adtb

, .. B a iaiBii Bi ODe of our best planters say ,that jf: the 1 Baltimore which wHl beta operation a few days. rr\UE, eocartaenhin heretofore existing under the roof is tinned. There U Meant lot adjoining '
: Irea THC .wrwx. seasons continue favorable from,this timeout St&te of Florida County of DnvaLIn And which Is entirely novel in this part-of the eounW 1 title of BALDWIN *BYRNE having been that will b* told with the hou*.if desired ,
-and on*of the firm being an old sod expcrieaeed dissolved the death of Dr.Byrne the business ot by the purchaser. ,For terms 1CAprttf '
by apply
'PIGk Wilks. he did not bop.for'moretban half
and both
: the hand with all the above machinery
: CtresjfbiirtfMayTcrm'l853.James '
; said firm will b* closed by the subscriber the surviving ,BELLECUA38S II FWiUAN.Or -
If the balance of the cotton of them being well acquainted with the wants 01 .
crop. grow-, Bntli "*i 'ArrMaxtut: partner. All peraonalDd.btecl having N B.-If not cold U two wek* the
ineurrnea ... they will endeavor to rive o
in their line
the City
Hark ye! and children baa suffered, as much as we Bondla accounts against said firm,ar*desired to setV thesaaew1LbuiiWedeiarupossibIs.
ng region TS > '1.000008.mue1 general sabifoction 'all who wUl favor'them bove premise will b*to let B at f.*
of the city Jacksonville have have little expectations thiti.ny- C Baright. ) Sum sworn to $421 53 their orders *""* v. *.A :
good ; ye'who we with J / ,march IJ-tf A. 8;BALDWIN.J. STOCK. '
like < crop'will be made. 1 OTICE ja hereby given that* suit in attachment ,A.rut'W2., L l4f ,'. ..:- NEW -Th* nd.ralpa4"'Jq& ;
hare yearly, monthly, daily, and hourly, thing ,average I has been instituted.a* above in thedr '- an .Additionto. hi* atoct of
Our planters will have to husband their: iult court of Dn val county returnable t* May '._ *. Drug Store' Far:Sale.: HOGARTH' ,, Drugs"and )Medicines which nabl. hlalo -'

induaiyed fatiguingly through resources, if they ,wish to make both endsrnect.flo4lias114441. T e TB, 111,'aDd the said Defendant and an ether 0' tING td reasons .f.private natur*, and entirety ,.Till Stet Iff*, Ctfptr,Lai id Zau Warier furnish any"artiel* the physician or Planter ; ,

the beautiful :while ,sand, to the utter p.rs ens interested are hereby required to appear neonaected with the basiawu. .the an. .'JacsoitvmLt.t rtoaJ 40 may require.on.the most favorable teraa.pr30 '
!. offers ale his stock ef, -
for :
t piesdtothedeclaraUeaeSl.dlnsaIdsuItPHILIP JOHN U '
damage of fine linen, Lose and shoe leather. ____ FBASBB.aoksoBTfllMay PltffsAtUj.I derslgned DRUGS MEDICINES,. Ac. TTZEPS constant on hand pe4 assortment4X '. PAYNE S
T* tk.T..n .5 J>Bvml ._ ,. rImpactally 21,1853. LIla .of,TIN WARE, cf his own manufactare N0hltJTflS'suI1dJag.Coflector's :
of tmeunt&anywher
Is stock th*saa*
< Has not the "good time coming, Then no which h often fevnrabl .
on u terms as bepuruhased .
lto foBwoUi- .f the have been can Tax "
announc myte ny -S that can b. better, all good Sale. ,;
come for us to.have a decent walk under ana of Daval county M' ft candidai tor th* office Ath1flItTathXNOUce.' purchased en the most favorable terms. 'Th trade South., at Heia any also establishment prepared to of execute th*kind at,Kerthor ,short 1 lirmtUB of the power Tested la m*bylaw '.5
-our feet?' of CUrk / 1M""Ctrrvii Court o f Mid 'county : A tL"PERSONS having just claims"of any deaoripn togrowing-Tery rapidly,Of sad trad** thtown.to growing notice. and laworkasnUke manner say article ef fJ at Tamas_ I shall,ia expo th***for sal b forta.Court]& '
tion against th*Estate of Charles Byrne dexjei sofct,.great iacrM* may wpectei county of HUUbcrnjjhoath< *. -
Ia,our early.days when a lI were edging myself if elected to d1JehagaUi4st1!$ -ar- hereby called apes to present the sam without The stand is by ,far the best in. town aad must .BUT-:"rxoa corns LIAB OIL 5150.flis"mMt.Ii am Monday of Jane.est.. foOowiaa sv-
to th.beitotiai.bmt1.e, q'" ,, :, di lay duly1 authenticated t* the 'undersigned. command tlUtradM ,There 1* no phot la th* "quick sale* and saaB profits."and petty or*o much ttsreof as sIB pay the Sul*a d _
not, energetically endeavored Jo. cover )(a21. laN"x.V. .GARNI., Those not presented:within; two-year from this Southern country thai hold out. more laOoeecirat hardies*a the pabU to.swtain him la his efforts. County Taxes do*thereon for thcyear IfiM Aad
the bosom of iIak.a flflbe.forever barred la this branefc of 4I1III. Aay*waaiai iaaUoa.T '! nova.faU kinds, ahraysoahaad, Orders incidental .zpins to wit: On hn >*daad _
mother-earth, and get a solid -i' .' TEBESA'A.BTL't&dm1n'x.B.Jos.vb will meet with prompt attention.< '" ,, : from town eountryr,thaakfany.received and sixty acres* .north-west qurterot.u. :..

footing by covering our foot-way with : Qysifta 'Ctlepe. $, Finegan, Esq.;of Jacksonville, Ii.', "JOBlf .- pnctaallyattendud to. :April 10,'il, tf I. townshIp 29 south orangs 20 cast lying MAT _
AT On* Dollar per quart at Apothery Halt m acUwiled.q.n&.1a an biuiaeaireJatrr*to th* _.J'a Uoi tlJ'-1'Ia. priJJO. 1853. ; Pr1I8r ,- Simmons' Hammock belonging to th*. helssa4,

Boston..granite, (Jersey and, ,and other. mayJl-t T CcMILLAN. < ,TERBSA'.Bnur RECEIVED par;atcamer Carol!- 'Houie'toraIe'A legal" r"]>r s *UUvMfJ. .*a Weeks, d ewt.BBNJ : __ __ __

1'Ioern.ireesoili: ',brought in ballast by -- JunoCor4E ia&y214a 1 'I : 'J Old London PortervAl*,. Claret Cordials, .t1.BOUSE computed, containing is offered for 4 sal rcms*. It now to situated nearly IIAQLXX,6hria aad ea.'efM2tso'iTasA.s'r1CoZ'pU1MsberVC.,*. '

the solitary yesseL But with dozen MADAM SHAIL-S fWUS.PILLS.atApothcarrHjJl. PILE LINlMENT-for. ClaMpagme End Chmp tneCider Ul of which IDa ptoaaant part of th*tow, and to a desirable _____
.: now a l' J & .: \ .- :lv t rnsffAL,8; ." HalL : nUlb*sold low for ekih.pr30 ( j' nrepertyFor partkulan apply at this efflce I T, \CASK Whit*Win vtaa pJl.'ow' tal*}>j
_:2thoit U. .1a W. tf, 1 i apr8O''J & '
gm.g.. JD4t, rJU714': T McMILLan.t T Md LLAlf..i ; PAYNE DragjUtv April '


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BYE&Y SA'TTODltiAT' i \; lIet1te V V -Thomaa Donglas, :FRASER&THOMPSON, An article:"founded'npon Sdeatl&o Fiiaeiples! ,

I .,Dam Cty rierwi,VT, .19 Hfi&EBT jOXVKH't that I[shall apply to the AHORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATLAW IrA fim V VV compounded purely Vegetable substances

EO :O.PQWERSqO.. Hon.}1'ILA.l'onrarcI..JaQle of the Circuit b.lngpthdls3f. when taken, aa4hia sr Court of tbaEasternCireoit of the State of Florida,' V 4 ..DSoUcitor AND 'C01l1lISSS'IUBCIi11ITS. knoVnto failift wring the most oUtinatc
thirty days from.date hereof tip leave to sell the V North Wharf wheq this .
Tc..u-X..v.u..ha YUe. Chancery*. Ads ease. Worms caD,DPCT exist ren*
Real Estate the minor heirs of Martin
He* paper. disoon'tinaeJ aaLarrearages': ie I1Itl&te4tCo1uabfIonaity14eeeased Belonging $ ,- '1 ,; I ap 20 V Jaoksosrille, Fla. .J1 V CHAKLITON, 8. C. dy is once used, from"tbe fart' that U' not//only

..And that I shall, tI&iiil.Jo for order -r- I rMD'K k. destroys them but removes aO the"slime and
,paid malm at the option of the Publishers.* apply to an reacts, I I' nau&a.. TJlOllrso
\ ADUTxszuIT wiirbe.inserted on the to sell said Baa EsUte at|is office,", In JaeksonvTOe Hopkins k Braham, mayT-ly mucus which may remain.
.'. $ .
,Devil county.atthe eiplratlon of said
folio wing terms; thirty days from the. date hereof this 14th day of, S. & E. M. GILBERT .
"' PALATKA 'F. F worm if the moat difficult one to destroy -
AT. ,
I ,0iu Dollar peraqusoftelveUuu aad nder,, May, 1S3.: :A55A l I4kTJOIES. T 'Ii
11-lm dmInhjtrsthL practice the Eariern-Circuit. B Bntmees of all.that inhabit the human boaJ,. It grows V -
eenfc'for each tnbeqttent > may :
and TS
., (b first UserUoa. LEES n aa descriptions of CAR-
to their,care will be promptly.- Sean almost_ indefinite length, and beecmiog so ANODYNE CHERRYEXPECTOIAJlJ."
! i ,Insertion._ JCo. yearly advertisers. liberal HoUce,': tended to. V : Feb %.* :-tl V __ itUOESatN.s35aad4OWzaT- coiled and fastened in the intestines stomach b confidently reetmm&dfd UTalUtuW.fCMAsaan
discount wlllie madeH '4 LtPERSONS having u1idetD&I f.( da *against WOKTB-STBUT andf :.. T IL"lE-StUU. 'aa to produce lilt, St. .", Daises, fa
adYerttooflrenU out be paid for before A. B DL Pearson Charleston, 8.C. by say "T>"p*rlt to, f.,tk.
:{Qri&B the stats of Martin Balt.\| .of Colwabiaeomty V which is the cause of many going to the grave, of COUGH

nsertlea;weJwi by a regular eaat mer. Uy referriog deeeased. are reqttestedto present then A T'TOSNBr A T L'A' If. respectfully Out stock is aa requested extensive to call one,on and us,as purchasers we cat not believing that theseeompbin have'their cart form of ConkoB nOABSEHESS Cotoii;' BRONCHITIS, Md iktr

'oar.terms;the requisite sum:may). ascer-' within 'Uuv time pMseribed. > y|-.1.:001 thIs ao V HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, --and will offer great Inducements in stylo and, prices.-end origin from Tope'Worm f'consequently. they ASTHMA; CROUP CONSUMPTION a7
in bar to ,
tlee win be plead and allthose indebted
tans and,transmitted with the advertisement. _- ; in the Eastern and Southern Clrcv.i. articles bought at our establishment are warranted do not use the proper medicines for theft diaesse. Statesndtor r
any Early the REUZF .
said Eetate are reqnlrsdtocomitpmrd\ and makeImmediate'aaymeat' .f IU P
the U 8 V "
State and to
the Court of the
Supreme ; ta respect mar 5-ly To those who are afflicted with this aw
Advertisements not market with UM num.- _. every lient in adnacwl
K7: .. idi r District Court for the Northern District of Florida. trea ,8Un .ie! the fatal
ful foe to health I recommend the of
"tr.or j! 'will.:ebntui'ed .ntI1riDs i ANNA. JONEa.mayliiot rtT use my Duease. '

forbid,and charged for: .j ':' ; _. j .dmiaiatratriiv "February-V- f V,-. 852.. ;; :. : : ,LEONARD CHAPIN. Wont Yynt,,."Liver Pillt'The Syrup to be It combines, U ;scIentific msBntrJtmriiu r
ic:7. I 'sTancfaeturer Sealer in alt taken io doses of two table rals three time
,Cooper &Basinger 'i .poco of esteemed value with '
all V long others of
for more
.wUf ]3. charged anBonneemefttcof
; V
kinks a day,then take from five to eight of my Liver
recent besides
candidates! '.; In advanee.Oa. SIX WEEKS after date.appfiealipn wilt be made ATTORN, .. ,$ AT'ilAWS'-. ', .- ,lie.- 124 MeetUgJKrret Pills to dislodge and pass the worm. By strist- fetie Tety'and; iu ttttHtg, and
sets the aklB
qualitIes throagh
,',itae;for,six months, < : f 10 00 the Honorable the. Judge of Probate oNaisan SATASSAH, 0*. next door North of PavJffion Hotel sad 33 Wn. lyfolowinghesedirectoncth! most obstinate and with ) :gently.

,10 00 county,for Letters of Administration upon Courts V lEaitornH Chez).... S.C.' worm'tan great eflioa'1Jor. Lbr.tGrt Skis
Legal or other Business Cards; per an. TTTILL practice last! the of the wtjaTH-STVXST cases Tape be1 speedlly'cured.ROUND claN ducasea.
the Estate of Asa O'Nesilat., of said county,deed, ,
Notice to Debtors tad Creditors : 7 00 Circuit of Georgia} also in the Eastern Civcn1tornria.Bth V Elegant stock of Coaches,Boekaways, .Boggees, STOMACH WORI.
,. OWE4WINGATE.V and flulkles constantly .on band. Prices low; oa '
Application 'I\fAaiiinWtf tiw, i 00 This is found in the small intestines :STABLER'S
ADUlUITRAroa.; 1\kICE. Republican Readinj terms accomodating. mar)- ly V worm usually .
A.ktIonfordiiminiiuAdmniitntbr/10; 00 V Room. and is the worm roost common DIABBHEA: COHDIAL

4 'Edjtorlal'noticei for private benefit'willhe chart03T Arty! ; ..PERSONS creditors legatees, en CHARLES P. Coor Wx.B;BASMGXK. Carriage and Harness Repository, drtn.yet ills not entirely OOB fined t. loebit.1

,* to distribution or tberwise inter Dee 13. tf adults have been known ta Is a pleasant Mixtmre,eon,..de4 in
Pla ti.paratellil..a.-, $ : ._ At th. White II..,Sooth WrcUCoracr el frequently; I ages*
64eUgiQtL4es will be inserted gratui* eatecf in the estate William I'icott'dece d, 'V.-I MEETING AND WESTWOKTH STS. with them. The Symptnu,moot prominentwhile i meet with the rnlea of Pharmacy of then

: late of, Ueraando countyFla'; are potified to Felix Livingston affected with this wormare hardness and pentto agents, long known and celebrated for
S. C.
r ttuslyv exhibit their claims and ,deminds within two ATTORNEY AT LAW Charleston fallows of the belly, slimy 1s looseness of their peculiar efficacy in Curing DMKRHZ
wilt bec&irged ,
AH iidmlssahle communlcatloM years from this date,to the u dersigned, Ad- CARRIAGES of every description,at the lowest the bawel,picking the nOlt,&blueish streak and similar affections of the. lyitea.. :Is it*
as advertisement*,: ,S this notice will be plead in bar JACUO.IVIU.K, FLi.V on hand and no article sold except -
mInhtrfttcTt actioD it and
I I warranted in the fullest term under tbe eyes. &. If you army of your ALMT* KAVSCA predicts a ketl
07"AU bffls for Job Printing, must be paid onhe to the same. .. 'ROUT. ; S AFFORD, April 26. V ,If bymar such as 6-Gm can be N. H. NA'IllAN. cailJrvnbave any of Ibe above symptoms, HODENSACK'S thy condition of the.LIVER" thus rtmoriag

t foljvery of the work." (2S":6m Jmini tralor. WtyRM FRUP can safely be delended the cause at the same .that that .U ,cure ,lie

1' ti 4 C77'Xn letters on business,and communications, : V C. A. PRICE. C. :D. OAK, upon-by using it you have a certain, disease.

mast be fott jniJ to receive attention. PjRSOXt ed to the estate of ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR. safe,and.speedy carr and if after using it according

jll .J\ :u- -I ALL\ $ StAfford We (.m\I8 Pngh V Palatka, Florida WATCHMAKER & JEWELER, to the directions the patient I is not restored The Tuloablt: Medicines above named have

AGENTS : Jacksavillr, Florida. to health and the reams thorough11'ra.dic&ted recently been introduced, with ,theaPProsl
I county deceased,will please c ime forward and Will attend the CourU of tbe Ceroult.jan ,
-' MaJ.Jouji, BEAtDj TalUhasBee. Fla. settle the same, and all credi >r., legatees and 1 3m KEEPS constantly from the system,yon can rent assured of a number of the MEDICAL Paorcssidx fa
hand fine assortment of there is no remedy beyond the grave ad for the City of Baltimore and elsewhere/and la
J. O.nLi..J ( $ .,Ocala, Fl. persons entitled to distribntic s are hereby notified -*
'I to present their claims and demands some F. CLAY :BARRETT, V WatebM Jewelry and Fancy fail, there is no such word ss fail with those practice have succeeded 'most admirably i.

Jon* DiaLING, Eeq Tamps, Fla. for settlement on or-befoi e the let day of N.lary Public.' Good,which be offers for sale cheap for cash who use ray Worst Syntp. curing the. diseases for which ibex 'i* preacribtd. ..

L .l R. ,RUS8JILL Newnansville. Fla. February, 1855,or their del 3 will be forever V Commisi 1ltr/" taking AckntnMgmtnt ef feb 26- w V ASCARIDES, on SMALL THREAD Thej Ire offered t.the CoaJItr;'no--
dapt.J.J. KSIOHT Fla. titianer,as medicine which* eta;io all rea.
Alligator barred.
and other Instrument of
2 Deeds- Writing WORMS.

; I 'it'n! RJEsq. Garey's Ferry, Fla.aiciccJTuEaqSLAngustine COLTJMBU3' 'STAF ORD, Ad'mri 'to It vied in the States of MALONE & TAYLOR, These worms to which the human. sytiteniie with pects the depend experience pen,of u 10m.prepared of itemof in agreement learnedandjudkiousPybplcisnsai4styjetlyl
Feb. 11. 53-6 Lumber Commission Merchants
"", Fla. V liable, are the most troublesome of all ot 11 en. conformity ;

t 5-,Judge A. STEXLC,Cedar'Keys,Fla.' Executor's.oxicc. I :; r JACKSONVILLE. FLA.V oct23 tfI PDJLADELPBJA; : They are ge:1eralll.e. fomnJ tho.recta 1. with the rnlea of Pfcara&ey. and I aa

: S. GUKSKI, Esq., Pilatka Fla. MONTHS after date we]will present our I Philip Fraser, Very respectfully solicit consignments of and allowed to remain, from the irritation especially serving hi. conve&ienec who cannot -
S 'JicKsoii PJHEST Esq.Flem1ugton .FJa.t SIX accounts 'and Toothers; o'Jhe Honorable 'V LAW Southern Lumber and Shingles, &'c. they produce, lay the foundation for..duu. i 13 readily' the City Physician have' his
ATTOREYtCOUNSELLOR AT disorders, such ns inflmation the bowel*. 011'0'
the Judge of Probate f qr.tbeoquuty: "Hills- Liberal advances made. Refer toE prrseriptions compounded by a practical
t 'C. P "CoorkavEsq.: Savannah, Ga. borough, as executrix,and executor in right.Ql( JAC&1I0NYILU Ft.A'1 T. Baocx,Phila.t \ E. T. niCHAf.jSosPAiiz.T. and other derangements of the stomach. The Pharmaceutist. ,

his wife of the estate of Thomas R.,.Fills d. WILL attend to any professional bneines E. BcBK.xjm.JatiionciIIt, Fla. best and safrat medicine that can be used is See the descriptive Pamphlets 'to kid

., .. b Wctou"; % c.e.1IeJ, for a final settlement. the sam,; and to him in the Courts of th V feb 12-11 HOBENSACK73 WORM SYRUP. Such is tbe gratis of all wha have the Medteiim for sal,

shall apply for a full discharge aa said execnr E astern Circuit and the Supreme Courts a astonishing power of my medicine over Atcaradiet containing recomm'udait>ns' from D.ete

JOBQR1TllWOFFICE.JfLYIxGreGeiTed, trix and executor. Tallahassee lie has also such an wYanta SMITH &WHILDEN, that I defy any one to produce a case MAKTM, BALTZIU, A>Dno.f, Faux, H&xn,

iiJfr. "_ ELIZABETH McOUIER, geous connection with an able Lawyer at Wash BUU.XS IX where my Worm Syrup and Liver Pills are recommended Love. &c. V

from New York a. supply of Executrix. ogton City,....ill ensure a prompt and spec PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS, to be used they will not cure. All Doct.S.B. MA TI*.says &I do not hesitateto

and other material suitable for Job Printing THEROn B. McIICIER .y collection of such claims as.may be placed Ann that is necessary is Souse the Syrup in accordance recommend your Ditrrhaa CfJialtn A**
Typo feb 12-6oi Executor, n his hands against the United States. with directions on each bottle; audio Jjmt Cherry Erpetttrnt? lie.Doct. .
: we are DOW prepared to execute,at the shortest no. ___ Sept.8th,1849 ly case a gentle purgative is required in order to .JOH.I An ISO f, tayiIt gives me much

tSceankindsofFaatpkilets Notice. \ .00)] EAST BAY,OPPOSITE P.aid M.BAMK, allay the ir itation they proluce, the Liver I pleasure to add my $testimony tliatof othersin

,.. Circular, SIX MOKTHS vouchers after date to I shall present lion. my ae- A. A. OCHUS CHAXLXSTOX, S.C. Pillsby their sympathising action aDd healthy favor of the ezfruodiaavp r cat, or.your
Law Blanks, Hand Bills, Probates for HUIsborongh county the as Administrate Judge 1NSTVCTOR of thorough Bass and perfor They keep constantly for sale a general operation upon the bowels is the most pleas Diarrfaa Ctrdvil- &e : and of the Erpiat

k Baslnee Card, Shew.Bill, the Estate of James Corfno. deceased. late of said the Piano and Guitar. would respectfully assortment of ant medicine that can be taken. ram,") have no besitntion in reeommendlar
Bill ( Ladia
YlatUng' Card, .e..Iu. ke, :,,!<' county, and ask for a discharge from said admin announce to the citizens of Jacksonvilleand PAINTS A OILS of all kinds.WINDOW GLASS 1I0BENS. CK'S LIVER PILLS. it, AS a meet valuable! medicine,"&c.
l. '
: that he will be from the
vietnity prepared AND 6A8UE3.SPT8.TURPENTISE.CAM. Poet.
istration. he baa used .
the Eiarrhaa -
"rr7.JJzkil4fQr, worLq/ tkit kiu4toepai.ion BENJ. HAGLEH. let of Jsnnary to afford perfect satisfaction to any; P1IENE. SPIRIT GASS, TALLOW No part of the system is more liable to disease Cordial in his says practice 'with the

.!t June 14. feb 28-6m Sheriff and ex.oil'Admin'r.INDIANL1XECUST. who may favor him with their patronage. GRINDSTONDS.CORDAGE.LEAD than the Liter, it bung supplied with numerous effect and thinks it of the Ia.p.pit's&
1 Recommendations from Col J. Brnard, and distinguished PIPE IRON PUMPS, CHAIN blood vessels! and nerves, and if diseased etc most convenient

*!' "MAN KNOW TUYSELF." 'Pianists of the North can be seen et any; PUMPS: lc.. AC., ,the blood of course flowing through all and efficient" combination ever- offered V

An iffrihiible book for 5'cent& '"Erery family POINSETT'S, time. doe -. march 12-ly. parts of the body produces Liter Compla t" to our profession. I
honld have copy." 0000 copies sold in lees than Jamdice, Bilious JljJ ti Jl'. TJyipetsia&c., 4c. >Drt writes,4I lan adnuni
throe month) A new.edition revised.and Impro- TIlE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE REMEDY MARRIAGE GEORGE ABBOTT & CO., Scrod your Atodyu Erpectrtt in Srvcralra.aes .
.I issued. FOR THE CURB OF No.East-Bay,(opposite Boyce A Co's WhirL of Bronchial .If'
I D- T01t'mNT1iL MEDICAL MANUAL Chronic Diarrhea and Dysentery HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE. Charleston C. Is attended witb chills, succeeded by f ver. se- and from a knowledge ef. its tifmtrfllt

and Hand Book for the Afflicted. Contain Tate pains in the region if ibe Liver vomiting, effect,! can with tb,' grratrst confidence recommend
;? fag'an outline of the Origin. Progress Treatment Which tint veer bten pretexted to the public.: ItXandi DEAI.KM n bitter taste, yellow furred tongue, puW full It,''tie.
WIIY is m
: and core of every form of diaeaoe, contracted by upon ill salt tatr it t,and needs no pvffing. V SPIRIT GAS AND CAMPIIENE, and bounding the pain in the side U increased Doct.W. 8. LOVE, write* to us (hash, has

I Promiscuous Sum latereenno by Beil-abae. or CT IT HAS NOT FAILED TO CURE IN A That* tohoU muy bmtlM. tore la ihe tnenJi ef**afCf*. with lamps of every description for the same. by pressure should the left lobe be affected administered the Etpttltrtn in his wife! 111..
with advice for their broke w Leslit sad ipinn with i a coiupbtsOe. Excel,
by Sexual prevention SINGLE INSTANCED eMa ffthm powr fof 111* aiaVfmi ALSO the poin is generally in iheieftshouUlrr: with has bad the Brtjuhitis tetfnrtfm sad
written in a"familiar etyle avoiding all medical n Iin Valuable preparation compounded ri piiyu.c.)bnltk tvcyaMr of upints. English and American WLite LeadPaints a short dry cough the stir comity of a !. that she is fast pears .
technicalities and,everything that would offend m forwrttmtmt,uiiiac(tan.co.Jnto of ktuik.of'tiwMuMof ye recovering from her IODl wad

the ear of decency'from the result of some twenty JL from several medicinal roots growing in :) IMT.... M Bnrt.-p.tfc$. yea* of every kind, Linseed and SpermOil lore appearance, and the stools clay colored.- ing malady. It has in a few weeks .done her

y_ na mfu pnusU.. .xcln.iveiy devoted the Wilds of Florida. It is I/KELT and WHOLLY kvfen..pfh |M*Miaf cirlbooi.*r tt,tnt vnn tf" Glass, Putty, &c. This disease can be cured by the u : tothe cnre jof,dioasea of a delicate,or private Dafare. Vegetable, and designed KsrccutLr lor tile aeclec&e4. *J" Ul -' maroK IV-IfWM. RACK'8 LIVER P1LI:, uo they ace directly used under able medical council.

t.- .."- CUre of the above disease. The Inventor and 131 AFTKR TRAItS, upon the seat of the disease,an.1 then operating SIXTIES of the best AroTBCCAKics and

To which is added. recIpU for the cure of the Proprietor is fully convinced that it is an invaluable Wit** UM UM to be .tw4( *r out bowt...wt loot 31. LAWTON CO., upon the bowels thev expel all the corrupt and PHAKXAcxtrrms in the City "f' Baltimore
above ioasosl and a treaties on the causes tytnp- Medicine. Ja fact the teat that he Vick u4 Bwnu4 term tb* fall c_)Macu .f see vitiated write We sresatia5edtbe

five tomi and core of the' Fever and one Ague dollar for; twenty.will be has given it in the town in which he reside., IfnormiKVh womU w cent
a copy; sircopies AnnCommission.
and the with which it bas kMwlrar obtis i* IUr ]ssn! Aid wsc deys and
forwarded by any part mail. free of poet& Address, .postage paid : met warrants him in saying that it Is a POSITIVE kuowlcdfi vu uatly POMMM*. It i* diseases are dizziness in the heaJ. heartburn great value and very efficient ror the relief and

Coaden*. Publishers,or '.box 198, P.O., Phila. CURE. He has therefore come to the EL.ICuOLY.AliD STARTLING Xo. 13 SOtTIIERS WIIAHF, oppression after eating meals cure of the diseases for which they are room
sourness Arising
is without exception the most determination to it within the reach of CHAXLE3TOX. s C ,
; .This < eompreEVaftve place mended, they bear the evidence of skill and
Ti UfcoU dM meluam cU ot..dmd VT...,wits from the stomach, &c, and sometimes general"
and intellible work published on the class Wm. M. Lawton I Wm. 31. Taylor.
all, knowing how J'DAu"'sufre with this very tot maar yean from nam ...,1. sod _emU.IoI..suit, I| languor of the whole body from this it will be care in their preparation and style of putting
of disease of which,U treats. Avoiding technical \Vainright Bacon Joseph T. Dill. ;
I unpleasant: and often dangerous Disease,particularly reatdMO t Uuar Mill-aoc iocamd.u trtry anti take in
term.it addresses itoelf to the reason of it* march I-ly seen thAt the diseusa owes its origin to a disorganized np, we pleasure recbmmendinrthem.
in the Southern,and Western States. WIFE AKD KOTBERfoMiind ."
reader "It if free from all objectionable matter state of the Liver and Stomach. II OB-
and no parent,however fastidious can object to In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be UM;tafbnnatiMi contaiMd M alktla.1....(nub WILLIAM M. TUNNO, ENSACK' LIVER PILLS is the very mt.li- TwEHTr-StVEx of the most respectable Merchants

I .. placrng it in the bands of bis SODS. The author particular and look for my written signature k UM,reach of all)which woolS. .com to hamlf Factor and Commission Merchant, cine to affect a permanent and siinjr l cure, residents of Maryland Virginia aDd

: has devoted many years to the treatment of the ontlelabL I TEARS OF HISERT.Aad as they act by changing the certain morbid actions North Carolina, who have sold and also used
treated of. and 'with too little I refer the few certificates below SOUTHSHS VrHABriCHlRtISTO.SOCTHCA A
; radons .complaints public to a to tot hubaad di* MMat foil lad aoiittv cf mini.ariiarilr of the system into a healthy actionand these medicines themselves, say, "Front our
breath to pv<'and.''too little presumption to impose. selected from among many received from ragpectable -' .. dtTolTmc upo* kia Iron cka.. oi UM wife sept 4, 1852. tf own experience and that of
i ; .*be has!offered to the world at the merely citizens of Jacksonville.EGBERT ufaou wi.. turn the rfviwailf.f acqawiac that_apataaca rendering the Moo-1 pore and healthy. do ntfrmtri, we
wkich bu aitiuena ara amlcd. aad UM pcsuss.oo confidently recommend item rn Bono Pa.
nominal price, of 25 cents the frnits of. some !O V POINSETT. of wbxlt.,womld-MCBT. U>. bapriMM V af luntclf, wife.uidcAiWes. E. IT. Bilker. V TO FEMALES. blico. We have never known say remedied
, years most raeeesrfol practice"Herald.o V SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL You will find these Pills invulnable .
an rd for
MK teacher parent should be without the P. S. Planters should not be without this ECVRK THE BEAKS OF IIAPPUIEMBrbaeoaiMC u disell.ta.or which they are prr.
knowledge top irted-in.UiHinTalnaWe work. It valuable Medicine. Every family ought to MERCHANT, in many complaints to which you are subject scribed, to be so efficient and to give such CD.
would save years bfpaiD mortification sorrowto keep''it on hand. is time posooi.eS of lit kaowkit the wise SAVANNAH GA. It obstructions either total or partial tire satisfaction to all.r
of which his eaatat IM nckacaa aad portrtjr ar thaataaatla ,
the yp.th under their chargei"- pttt Adv. A.M.REED, principal Agent for Jackson dow'aach C. .. so wire or Bwxhaf M aic March 20, lS5?. V they have been found of inestimable benefit ia I The above totiees of recommendation from
A Preebrterian clergyman in Ob to,in writing of ville.Jacksonville.. pubis if aha:flact I* avail beastS at that kaovlads iaraiped ly restoring and purifying tie blood.and other I nembenoflhe Medical Family Pbarnisecn.I .
ands to}* K which wa M tpa t bet Mack taffarinf W I
ltant r'Medical jlanaal says: "Thou bloOD August 16, 1831. ly the BMta of kapviaota soS. vrapanly to kf hatband, sod Boston & V fluids so as to cure all complaints which may I itsot high standtog, and 3Ierch.ints ot tbe
thousands oar youth by evil example and the eoafar her eluldiao Chat M ain%above all ynea-haalihy Gunby, arise from female irregularities as
headache Srst
have been led 'into the "...wok haalihy Hiaaa. That KMviadao M coaMoas io respectability,should sofficientto'sat.
J of pasrions, V C07TO.V
Influence luOt work aoutlM V FACTORS AND GENERAL dimness of sight pain in the side buck &. all that
habit of srff-pollntion 'without realising' the'sin .,; Notice, a If,1 these medicines wrrttf / trial
. j I and fearful consequences upon themwl ves and their .Directions> using Poinsett's V Indian Lou THE MARRIED WOMAN'S COMMISSION MERCIIANTSVcoanas These Pills are the only safe and effectual remedy by the afflicted, and that they are- eta. differ.

I posterity..;"'Th"constitirtionof thousands' who bust will be found-n the insUeof tbe wrapper BAT AnD JEFFEKSOX STBEETS to cure the following complaints:Gout.Nerjronsnew eat stamp: and class from the 'Quackery" and

1- are raisioj? faooiies hare been enfeebled if not on* eeh.bottle::*Where there is fever attending Private Medical l Companion. SA'V'ANNAHGA. ,Melancholy. Sick Headache, UiJJi- 'Cure Alls' so much imposed upon the pnblie.
broken down'and they dV not bow the cause ortbecereq roes, RhtamatisB ,distressing DiesmsDimnessof For sale by
Druggists Apothecaries and
the disease; a ..purgativehaul J, JQ, jr HS BOSTON. \ JOBS H. nr.TBT.No .
per '
Aey thing that can be don* so to' enlighten in fact of the diseases that arise
t r BY os. A. : lUt1JtCZ.Al1. any Country Srore-ket'pengt'nflraH I :
tile L BMd before the LoxecdsU ShOW v.l,IBS 1. 6m
inflncice the mind as to check :
and pnblie .
from affections of the Liver
of the
impurity I;. II. STABLER & CO.V .
there be a tendency to inflamaticu ; eieriea Ii.A..I ei weviiiV
and ultimately to vemovo this widespread source ;purge mo{ -
Blend of he Bo wels.
I of hnsaaa wretcbedBewould wafer the greatest erately,and glee the Loxecust in emaUer. 'do.e... V Hae4r tt'u .*. j'.; & :r.e'S IU Charles E. Dnnnf WHOLESALE DaraoisTS.
V" : 120 Pratt Street Baltimore.
UaeiaeM'xU religion Jesse cbrletoa the thattbes'sragedos.,, fA. [o* flU )&na.IITU sleotse. it CO.] V SURVEYOR OF TIMBER ** MEDICAL.EVIDENCE. SoIdinJa'ekNnviUe.bT' "
present and,coming generations. ,Intemperance We the uodpnigined Physicians having had V :
IntoxicIUng drinks though it has 'tliitfbi)>k4 ia 1SI7,asS it ta Me PPOINTED by the Governor for Dnval co'lInt mar .3!. PA.TKZ.
p (or the nse FEW MORE OF :TlJE: ilAljr CERTIFJy A' ,, the receipt of their manufacture submitted to I 2.5.Lon! ,
Jlaia Ihousaads.opon thonsantis, is not-,greatercaurgetotheUmanrace. .* -J fCATEs'* .- BUPflIZ1GQfl WOaOKHFlX, having been qualified as such offers his services for that the of V
to the in that us inspection say; ingredknts toeWoridP.DIVINES'
mytbanks public
Aeoejit oVhalf capacity. TheWcn.dercf
: t Ce. that '
which lhay are conlpolleJ'Dkf' (hem the Vst
: .fth.afflicted and belier* me, your.o"w 1 "Tetrimoaldlfroai a Jltgvl'atPhytuia I \ MARKliCU OR ROT,ecu here Jacksonville. Feb 7, 852. tf -
tker in the. go work.you are .actively'tlsa The following certificate of the efficacious qualities acquire a tall fcnewledce of the siatwre, Pill in use for all diseases of the.L1ie-r, Impurities V. COMPOUND .

of this Medicine is from a regular physician character and suaaea''of i her evmpUlaU, FORT & DUNHAM of the Blond, IITCfl LO lf
'f jr '".'ronr rded nreIfcxivstoi* Columbia' .county" : _' 'wits the T.H"." symptoms, and that D. V 17.sore anti pleasant remedy for" .COLDS

and voctaee paid)G.Teeeipt of 25 etuU.ar -aixcopJ ; Pass Glove, Coiambls i o."lE.J'.F.bl1llvth.l nearly V UAiJr.. A-'anuaoar- copmsakomlaKavefcorafBliL 'r A mg '.ElItO' F. CROWLEY.M. D. COL'GH.S&CROUP. WHOOPING COUCH,-ATHMA. <
I <*fofiV Address. Cosoxx, *.C J L.HOWENHL1(
.0, Box $,j'iLsdlpbisjBIOk5IflItS Mr.Egbert Poinsett:, ._ V "V fVV COMMISSION MERCHANTS JPurchssf none but ihwe having the signature an-i lungs enough are left wstain
a and book, aganU; V U ia *ianaetitabl W *oa ry fully tko talgtcutnal4 ife.
,anTaatera rapt4ie4 Dear Sir: I have cl three botUe or. Indian "
t liberal terms. apr30 your of at its,an of a atart strictly 4 for tMamao. SAVAOTtiH, OEOEOIA. J.N. nOBE SACK,". aull. .oitmare. V A Certain Cure fcr'C{ 'f
the most
on __ ._ Loxeoost-all suceeeding admirably.f One oi or lhaaa ooattaivlauas aiatnaraa bat aa ftnalo worthless imitations.Agents' nsnmption
the bottle was used In a ease Chronio Pysyntery : niroa* r* jorief Whh,aa4 thai b.isiy.esossesee a pookralth. hENRY R. FORT. T. K. DUNHAM. V : Soft for tk* 1"f4.'It'/Wcw&f, ". .,y Slfff
READ!! PHILADELPOU MSMJ .which is to caadacna to bar owe bamioMM.saC Onlof wishing supplied and all others
:t"AFFLICTED which had produced prolapsus an!.or protrusion of October 30th. 18S2.tl.l .
f .. olltai"lr.1W V of.u
kar. .bee aithn him or will will .
V :
\.: CM JHoca*. Established l\year ago by the rectum which had baffled all other remedies essay kubaad who has tk*lot. saC affactioo of lie will M. V wishing Vcom aft nts, must :Inddreys 'b'- "The wntimenr,that consumption cannot be-

j j>f.giaumtf K.W.corner of Third and Union that bad been tried, (and these were not a' few.) been,or ibis of kit owe pteuiary tsvrovtaMat.VF1YABOS V V 'HOLMES.Oeaeral Proprietor J.Nj! HOBENSACK at kIt laboratory cared has, destroyed,men lives thin the die.case -

I itreeta between Spruce and Pine sU Philadelphia. The result was a final.cure,with one bottle. Your or OWE HVVORKO TIIOV 5o. '120 North SECOND Street, above. Ir-Dr. Wnr.-. '

'I I ',;EIQDTEEN yean of extensive and uninterrupted Indian Loxoenstto'the'.'positive and certain ,_ .. SAND COPIES. Commissioa Kerehant. ,Raee, PIIILADELPIII.tV If individual is t' be. and needastincathy
-V pitted
rendered K. any
praotiOelpn'in this city hare Dr. ears tat Dysentery and Diarrbcca of r any remedy Hare W a SENT BY MAIL witkai iM lal hw _die 100 STRuT TaRA. Sold by all Druggists and 3Ierctants! In the' ,
the most expert and cnooeesful practitioner, far and that I have as yet learned the ate ot" t' WALL ,v NEW ,it is Jhf.eonsumptive-always;>Xee -

i: Bear In the. treatment of all sTueases of a private V.V ltespeetMly7OUrL&45 CAUTION JO '.TUE, .PUBLIC.V. Will pay particular attention to sale of Yellow United ,States. < may 14-i-ly !!irg to, get well' ,..and yet tbe.paiBfu' evirfetceofdceAy .

I Mhfe. Persons.afflicted; with.TUcen upou the V V .1' W.CATO. 1 n. I m' Pine Lumber. Live Oak.and other Southern Timber V- : almost 'makes the ianer-spal _
: bodt.tbrbtorlice.,pains in the.head or'bones, I TH:. B. Send me another supply immediately..; JJureQ I : 'booif.wleiii'- X 'Mattrteeaa'W; -V. sad produce and to order for pnrchassing WHOLESALE>ND RETAIL shrink with the outer'flrsh." / : ,

.,1 I esesrtel4hozaat41n1. stiicUre gravel!disease mar.11, ; : ...Po.W..C.. 'llbertr Btroet;K.Y.te on the Site pee sod me entry Jlerehatdise._ tf dee 11 : i TIN ITIAIfllPACTOKY,, "Some bloom as roses bloom,and live as roses.live,
suUlog Irons'yevthfo excesses or Imparities of the FmJi,: h d.'LeI' la UM Ork Offlee na the back of loo Utle pare; all A r Djle mornirf rpeee?*' : '
!It Weep whereby the eenstitaUoa.hM. become. enfeebled. V VV V boy only of ifoyomable and stoaerable Beaton or sued -8. H. ROCKENBAUQH VV ; 'lO and,12'JSdntard.tt.i Savannah, GarpnE iu .atllrt-liCe-b'lG1De .
I JVlTlewh' more
"JaetimvilU N6".", 5l. ;
.'are all treated with success. .: by mall, and address to Dr. A.M. MaarteeeVas there
Be who plaeel1 under the care of Dr.K., -Mr.Poinsett-This will inform yow that fer-tev- '..arepurlpo .aad .eompflttoea taMageaenls.of eopy. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, Subscriber respectfully invites the imprndenceamfiallght cold neglected.,-.in the
oral I halsi sulferea much'atilifferent timesfromCbronioDiarrhocav flails. V V public hectic Ilnh'-tl1e prfinfu! cough.
confide ta his honor, years
religonsly as a gentleman .112 r may : '
and confidently rely upon bis skill,as a pby. J have trioclyourI DLoncu. LET -ItVKRY 'VTIFK AHD ffCSHJillO The prints oi their departing step appear.*
45 Ttt jxvtfndzr,<. -" .. and received an entire relief",'aid hate V PONDERS V CAREFUL attention will be given to sales o ( Tin Ware. .
aiciaL who have Injured themselves by a no reason to doubt its being permanent.:.Believing 'g. ovewoe for T neemnoo, wheit Tjnioniie V Rice Sugar. Lumber. Timber and which lIe is''constantly maut tletmlli. Person But here U;Hope '

.Tsaag'D tUte iwaetieo indulged ta-A babit freqnent/y it to be a duty wbteb X 'owe t$ the'afflicted I pro. >te Misery t*ihoe wo hU sear sad dour, other Southern Produce. 'Also Merchandise purchased Tinting Savannah will do well to examine my Mr.WILLIAM DEVINES,tilt originator

learned iron evil companions or at school: the ef-- sent yon this ccrtidcsto'wblcb yoa can die as you and whoM to dispel ar Icm.rsuiee Is with. .on most advantageous terms June 19-ly jrtoek,previous to,purchasing elsewhere. -' mauufactnreroftbeFftch LoIeD ,tuJdt1'Pfoyi-

ecu of which are sightly felt even when asleep-and think proper. I will a1aduy y ikal in toaversing ,ttn: par roach.'To : : I Bathing.Tuba Shower Bathe,.,Hip Baths, ant lence,wis raised I A perfect health, the ue efhese
'destroy both mind.aad body,ihouM apply immediately. with many who/have used your"medlctoa, X have enable every one to' decide vpon the 'i3ipaU4 + JosEPIzGIUcE:. V Sponge Baths: Cooking; Parlor and Office Stores LouD,f' alone after he was pronoeitced
andoonaUtutionald not found. one,who. did not resolve relUCt"JOHN sad of various sixes and most approved pattens.)
Weakness bUitvJoesW V HtemUf pnomsahig a eopy that M wife GENERAL COMMISSIONMERCIIANT, V by'a Physician to be almost dying with eonaumptioaJ -
.t mssevlar energyatiiJ physical lassitude and gen- CJ.EYrutor or. raotkar,nest votaaia.aaiaforuMa'apeai the sour J' Hollow ware of every description j namelled f t '
., itrj&ibiiltyialI ffeokionsL Methodist Chllrch.Jackloot'iif.. ... caajee which 1O"-ce Vials. are 4e ane
-iraj IlttrMie.ladlnesUon .aluggisbaess of the nervous liver, sad ;mA that eeMd aponberheaIik.anI tue sad aOcdonaie ssrBard kwbaad 4 afajmt c.mttcT and prompt attention given.to the sale' other Waffle Irons Ac": Ao.- Cutlery and These' 'Loxengt s act bentficialjj one very part
ao have
Vsry4i ss JA anyway eonnected wj tie toor- GEO. IIYKMITII & CO., aose\.to'wpbrald' aimertf Wilt aseleot of thewatatreof O of all articles produce entrusted to his care. Britannia Metal Ware Force Pumps;Well Pumps; of the srstsm, ttakejjrenrth 1 and vigor

'd.r oTtbe proneaUvrfueUons'oured, and (! '' I 'rrCTI0N EiltNQ4i.i COJ1M i6 JI Me'wttipempeiot ef Mrtr-i* atgea toataUtacUl and sjl orders prompUyeompliedwith.. < r' Beer Pumps; .fo1lVhoell; Dram and Pewter take the place of weakness and debility,and
I t- V ,VVV 'MER.C1J4NT V j: / IttUjxv*.<4 7nd4S 1/I ftaJmta, toMihor wltSxtraeu -April 24. l862. tt. Tanoets' Conptings, 'Valves, 'le. e. Copper, will in any case where lungs sufficient are left
Life T Drum H>e ont wm) otnt y>.dtorJM Many V and Water and all Bother
Vc e4 Tooth aadilanhooA A:Vigorous 7'.J Steam Pipe copper sustain life, tl..ek''th.'alctntloD and raise
4 .f,Premature DeatbThJaioofc just pnbllshedis :jACKS' N'VU.. ._L.,r'.E 'FL' .; ;asWfein.part of,(b -Patted- '..,Slates- by J addn rf da ;T poet-oaU 3TVhoa V ;a.N.wwanl .' :: wotk executed with dispatch. the patient to beultbTbU Is not an Idle boast,

flllH with sefol iaiormation on the inflrmaties 1 : ; V V. 4t At. 08 ue. aorta ibiiRfllltd'lft& into tie;.arktlwith-
of the Generative ;, ,addres- ;' 'SUnsmitDE8J1 i ; \ KnawJedire. ttappineeel *U E l SILVR'1MWEm
ant diseases Dte t' 'J pable M be Icitaraat.IST oats thorough trial, buVhas proved beyo e a

e se itself alike te-Youth,Manhood-and-Old" age, T"end- .L partnership tat the purpose of earrylng on the, Oa roeaipi fill OBO Dollar JsbOIdbbredbyalk- .f above bwdness and ar.,preparod io make sales; eosi.-uwa dlnar.eTUE MAERIZR ..WOAUN'JIrJUY.TE ,r/'EEPS constanfly on hand and formic. a'gen- pound. r -- JOHN -J. MAURICEVStvnuh,3hy29,1t : V f""W''ltUi'rrJ
Iha-ralttaile ad via*sad Impresmve warning ;at Jii of the e cral assortment of V
\t either on confignsneat or auction (one .au.DlauroJo'AJlCI iisui (.u.IUI IX- V
,ei.JlriU.P"'n"art:.r l i! ***- "npf.aAdsareJU firm beUtIUa1aetfcnleerr.&th'"oflh. firm are )so WI C, Ibe t81t 5455V:).1eUen Saudpeal.pei4 .R.f E.i 'js i'Stn. }1t'QSIi' B, T lyr Y.liccV V '.' *..t giiririaV npI'flI' '.
.: i .
>aaalIykoasands Gr LiT, well soqnsintfid with the merchantt and ettiieni ef be ena'-addiBsssit te DnA/ .-M.Ua. ; V .V J.M.PATKEPTUPIt!, :
*. \0 OCiW So4SM V n&n''ruUCTJ( ',._. V'V:: 'V : ,;, oI'J.el..mn)4
PartnU.by reading will learn bow ,prevent the Interior, whlchrgirtsthenithfadvantage ef Jew Vert Ctty' rabaabJs cia., -, V : .igdt &r
\ the dzucPoDOthcirebUdZ& :' making ready sales,of any goods,or merchandise Sa 1" LtbortyVsreeV New.Torkv and win sell then lower fore*** than they eaa be' : ,SURGEON DENTIST, .Allordes' (ot thesjLoziueL .1t.mmh. .
*#*A'reinittance 25 '.enclosed a let 'which may be seCt te bern on:eonsignmenfc'' In NewTo( tk' !lij ,.'. Alownseni Ad- + :)onghtel ,in 1. Sout.h. to all who nUrtaindotbtsof: the .dreiged tl ". .I .
toT; eM4t .' KD'KELIN. N. W.eoreeroThird V -They wilt give their attention to -.sking good laiifte*Jfeeraa* dk'.co.r>Pevtttx A Davenport Country produce taken is exchange; liberal WOULD say'artificial Teetb, to give him a :'marlS-3m'" V .' ''D.rte..OO

-- '- stud f nion streets, between fiprnae and Pine *nd Immediate*al."'tT>ey'would respectfully >' 'mo' a ; r.JlPt and FeitJt\.itreeu.r V eani'aad esamifll bit beaatifti style of Block Gout' -V tl ,I
under Steal
MelbWezrAbO9k .antelope, l'ettprctagfro'namhantisnd ,adeemen ot wl V V V M tnsyId VV 11c1 r1Jner11 Teeth. These are adapted to the ownth on the at. Prov1a1o
eit1el..who with to nit moot market. IV '. ,' ,owned occupied b7Mf.Ju..&rmstrougV :fttsk .
Other good oj'V-T 'I.VI V asoepberiosaetionprleetpej and with so mneb'sue-' TTJ8T RECEIVED j rSchr. c.fiAfr*,;
*Pen at*distance way address 1JK1,7tik V 'Any baasnees In'their line wfll'be'prompUy aU SNUFFkANDTOBACCOV JackUleOqt.2l, k8.s : IyT : ,. L thM it is ever found to J
1 #((CP..ot'-, ', &n4 be eared at beset.Ii -' \ tended: t:**-.. 1 ''1 f,P., ," eel All the seareely seeessary in Dental lohfPROYl3IDNSfJ08MfDroroJ.. .
various I
t spring
*;:Paekaff* kvmlttane/aad secure from V : 1',: :LQRIL4'RD,1Vt .,that contribute to the'health and preservation 'n. ".t.J. V, U: .:,"1
10. Pt. : 'put. wp, ",'- J :" ...'-ttt *4 JOHL.WFR1CLVisitflziatcriA j ., ; V, .'" DRUaGI8T, V ef the Bataral Teeth and (rums, delicately G ehd"eriV .. .
J"t.ed9ft't1n'A M ReedFernnde"r.; t.b.i J. .r..jA2U7AcTlJRER( U. t theogh at the same time pemacentty perftmned. 'Ltd, 1V '. f V I fU"Jh'eecIo 1
> tI.l'e : ,V V V.. V Crackers..
4 I Na.4aCkthamlretlftwY.rk, ,' ; All erfbet Smoked Be4 Butter .
: operaUois warranted ,or no charge
wlth tte Boultef A Co.-Samuel 'Winiams, c.'tUJe'T""r.Wr" '
1\ Alsop '
abevj Co : .
riRrppHea f
workatttry; -
V ;JI I &etoA .tJ '
= Bonrsr JackOirrUIe(Boston Gnney! A LaroackjB flE8tuiuftthe\ t fojlow ing ajrtldei,war : < V Kesidence -at the Bofflngtoa. .House. Ladies Toi4cned,
A' 11 d "; M Moore 4 Co, Seaborn OoedaIl.arsotbJackaoilJm10h1832. ..3fV3Up5y1r.qu5IjtJfaCcbOyVSCetobV4 ,' waited upon at their residence, If d wired." ,.No.1" 2 1-\.1./1 1ifJJatIr.. ,. .. O!
I < BOOKS Just reeolvexf a march 5-tf ; ___, Cra.s"ed'Sa ; \ .
4 "tI. : Coarse; TrenskRappeej:anclr' JUierSaoffaT \TEVf "rifl.t --V .
fres2seupJ7jaEt1eOefvei I VVV 1'D*. { 1ft-r i'
iriOl.l.EE-A b1 5f ; ." FV Tin Cot.Tobacoo In llOifoU td Lj. .De-Books..comprl.IDI UisthrIeejPoetry -
; Aliftv CJorht/.Cdtittl .E.
.\ "d..apt3G j II E HOLME&I4C1 > .:. .. >\ ,.WaRted". ,; 1- I Dt IIw B.omaacus1es,' '4oo1 "kas &01 P 1. n. ap"B. :VV.t.
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tptI1. :Amerepordpusrducrlptlon TU8T BECETVED per Sebr. GoUtf tT'ss r.tOoa
.A ',WJUTEj.WOMAK,.eap8t>leeftakiBtcve( eZV beautiful oh'&tlonerJ.,,Call aniJstMf .', ) : it be .ow i ainiiualy; !
] ulnrtea\ J Bushels *
'mOJlACCOtf".U7.tuU.tr.JIU&: ? r' reeoanHkdeif various articles can be kaOKi:by>UdagAr. prime Cora,'for saleby1 \
MRaaM tshUdren.who t come I : ; '
;JC .t. &.$ tlor kwccUENJ., Apply at this oZSce.

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