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: June 18, 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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FLORIDA I'Apahichee. country, filled with.-peopl,: beasts. "o : At last, dispirited, here. :- France possessed much\:the hrgetV portioa -- should direct, until tht'e d of the'.aexl --' .t- J ... .- -

n. rn U.fr)f ElpJ.rTho ....4St1 1nIRII cities and gold. lie left his ships aDd the t urn ed'to"Jth. Mississippi'and! ? again e-- tif tibia cotinentbu$ ten years snbiequeni'she session of Congress. UndeV.'this.. :'law) i ri.l r :
coast, and marched through ,swamps and camped, with a view'of building two Vessels bad Dot a ngt.tootbf: :landupon President Bloarce appointed! AirDMW _
Jiaoovery, cxpl vaticn and settle- h mla ,xks-to: an Indian settlement of 240I to send down the.river'aud to Havaw I ' .
.-n?.at ro f FLORIDA as pregnant with )I wiewams, near where: Tallahassee DOW i is,, for auppliesof provisioos and,men/and I In 1754 England and Franc*; lest' to Judges; &c 4 of Ffondaand by General Eoilroad': CoaviatioaassiiU 4. aLTi.I. -
S not m i ir. ftdvPTi'urnas and tragre.il as and tW WI' the Capital, the Mexico of to'-communicatt with his,.fe. WhilE I war about their American possessions'and Jackso 's"eo ai1bislioD 1 ;had conferred blame .'OB 'JIo4dajrr; the\..' QfJUa _
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arc th we of any <>i1 vr ,portion ::itLe Hoi-I tbe Apalacht.es.: Narvae was disappointed building these vessels, he sickened':, ,and I Spain took1'! part. -tbis' 'was. the Old upon'him/"ill the P9*en:.n autibri- 185','aad'u: J '< .
ted States ; anl Wlnie Ke history of the and disgusted, and resoHed to nbon. died. Uhemortal 'remains1 were'' placed l FrentnTat- dl1>yltBeTreaty of Peace ties1seretofoeitercaieIby* tie;Goveraor .; or'C1.Q werBor,.wM.'&.. \' ,"w_" .
exploration! awl voljuncition of the "OIJThirteeu" i I. don the country and repair Cuba f ; but in a hollow live oak tree, by his companions .. i 1.14'631 France'withdrew from this Continsnt stnd. Captain General,and Intindaaf. teoa county, for. PreaicUnC aad.W.E.M. .
j is ay fetmliar as bouae-bok he had sent away his ships on leaving and at the ,still hour 'midnight, Florida was': edcd''br':SpaintoEtigiind ; Cuba and by the Governor'of East, and Cocsixs,'of Bnllit\GiiiJL.l1I.i; ,-'
words, even to tb?school children of the Tampa&,. lie proceeded to the Bay oAnte sank in the middle of the Mississippi river, :and 'Franee 'cd df to, Spain! West Florida'"' Here were indefiite and MadisoB, JOE.X FisuiTKijf/'ol:Jtfc- -
North, the thrilling incidents aod events now St. Maries,where he built fin in'19: fathoms of .water. The Indiani Lonifciaca west of the-'Missi9sippiincltt l .- limitless'powers.." GenI; :Jackson could iou., EDTTAED Hocsrotrf ,! f Itw and
connected with }Florida are quite 110known. small ope*'boats, making nails of his stir were*told that he,was net dead,'but got I ding New-Orleans on the eat '" officially do any thing tie'Captain Genera A. J. FostiMA cf GuZaJen"Cfittty,:as'Seerstaries.
The brief mention and chronological rups, bridle-bits mud cross-bowsr-rope up to Heaven. .D*' Sotor was the first! /- FJorila'w l'possessed by England miDI ] of Cuba had done or :cquldsnd: : \\f -
presentation4 some of the most of the tails and manes of horses twisted white xaaa who-1 saw aod:launched 'hii I 17(4( to' twentyVcu'e1 years-.-and Ja:isoo 'not the,'man :t6 'dbnbt.: 'the Pelegatea' rein, fth&sasb. aad.
notable etents ia tIme history of the Peninsnl&StatcoftbeSonthrnaybeamaeing. with the fibres of the palm, and sails he bark upon, tne Father trf Waters" ha was divided into East'and West' Florida, right to exercise any' powers. i .ufar. ',1m Oe'Braaswick! aad,FI rida '.Rall'adr .
made of tbe shirts of his men. In these was i ia' search of citiesy gold, and an empire and'at thattimeincluded"'to*' southern as 'construed them.: e Coaapanyw iafiUd b aie jests iar
interesting, aDd possibir instructive. five boats-he'put out to- 'sea, encounter* he was too early by.300 years. portions Mississippi 'and Alabama: 71 neobk'posses36m; ; of East'Florida onIhe the CcaTeaUod, and pazticpttjn.it*'deliberations. -"

In 1492 Columbus ducoreted Si*Sal a storm, and all perished bat Aha Nnnes De Soto1 being' dead'his followers d e.. During these 21 years, Florida flourished I0th 'of'July; 1821, aid of West ; .' '
vadorSan Domingo, Cuba aDd ether and four others. These were and te1'1llitied'to-mucb westward, in hopes of -400 New-EnglaDd"famiUea emigrated Florida on1 the 17th.of the,same m ntla. 'J caU.btm"1i1K4QJ..Cn.i.. -
West India Island- InM97 Americas prisoners by the Indians,' and afterward reaching the Spanish settlements in Mexj'ca. to West Florida, which was governed'bya On tlie'Hth issued a proclamatioB, ida by'Counties,for delegates,it'tppwel' j
Vespucius discovered thfe Continent of attempted to find their: way across' the ; .They left in June,1542, and marched lJ'1ilita.Jj'Commudant. West .Florjda and making'his lead quarters _at. Penia-, that no section of,tii State excfpt Wii-. -
South America. In 1498 Colutobo visited country to the ,Spanish* setthmeW of west-four'months, :and reaching the was uDder military rule till 1784; apd colaon'thslSth hejpttbliahedaa.ordinance dli'Florida'. irunpressulsd. 'IDelegAUswere .
the South American- Continent, sac Mexico; and after passing from1 trite to Pawnee and Camancbe Indians,they'despaired East'(Florida till 1781, wheV'by the estAblishing City Cannel. to preserve 'present.fcottHani2t, ilscbsbn, -
in 1493 Sebastian Cabot discovered and tribe, they at last arrived at Compostela, of finding the Spanish settlements, King's command, an upper and lower order'and levy taxes. OD. the I9th' he JeCersoa,teoa andOsdsd!J,iib-bsvg
coasted along the North American CoaL on the Pacifio Ocean, in seven years from attd returned again to the Mississippi.Their .- House .Assembly was called at St: Augustine proclaimed\quarantine regulations. On presented theiscrsdeuthIsthtC !ULtioa" : '
1 n Dt from LabradortoAlbemarie Sound.. their landing in Florid- They returned i number was DOW reduced to 311, -the Governor made a speech, exhorting the 20th he divided the Territory into : proceeded to ,1WDe.. '-.1 '.1.. .. *->!7 ',
He was in selrcb ala more northern pas to.S a D'j and Nunez published an account and these clad in buffalo, deer and bearskins the members to levy .'ta' upon two counties/establishing'U urts ,of jtui J.CL McGehee ffcmt,'the i foIIoi D : -
age to the Bant Indict than Columbus of tbe'ctpeditioD.A'bont .. .resembling wild beasts more than themselves and constituents for the support tice&c. On the 21st illustrated his resolution: :r '.
had taken. Thus in Jess than pit i years. this time, there appeared at the human, beings. They built vessels, sailed of government -the Assembly only pow ll Captain-Generalship by sending Rttotvtd; ; Thai, Coansittee. cf ilirui' :
Continents of North and South America Spanish Court of Charles V., cavalier down the river and along the coast, reaching imposed small tax:on licences to; sell a body of soldiers and arresting the ex- from each Co*nty represented be appou >'
and'the West India Islands had been of gentle birth, of noble bearing; and in 'Pannco, near Tatnpicoin Mexico, in spirituous liquors,insufficient in ;the aggregate Spanish Governor,'taking him out of,bed tedto> ain 1' b1SaiU.?.the Convco-'
discovered. the prime of manhood. He bad been a 1543. ,During all this time Isabella had to pay the salary'of the Treasur- at night, because the x.QoTemot'' would t0".I ;
In 1520 Cortex and his companions fovaded companion'Piraro in his Peruvian conquests beard nothing her husband; she had er. This wets the first and last representative not'give up'certain papers'and whea he. Which.was laid oa ds-;talfc.r; :
and conquered the Mexican Em and returned to Spain with gold vessels 'constantly cruising along the Legislative Assembly convened in protested at the j indignity offered his person ; Onaotioa'cf G.'K.: Wali r, Itt t.&+: -- .
,ire; aod m 1533 Parroandkisassotiatet and glory. Ho appeared at the Royal coast and gulf in search of nim,'and af. Florida previous to'the purchase thereof ;Jackson cent Lim. to priJ n. The gates from Georgia ,wer fjTi.tK.t..' ,:
conquered the Incas of Peru--the Court with all the rich and gorgeous snr terso long and anxious an ihvcrval, the by the United TStates. In 1763; East United States Judge then Issaed a'Rolf at dreas tits Convention1; :;\1f hw-u-rupo- '-1- .
Children of the San-aod possessed themselves roundings of the roost fa'shiouable.Spanish news elLis death and of the failure of his Florida contained about 4,000 inhabitantsin corjus, to'bring the"ex-Governor erorehim ded.to by Mi Bartoif' ddegats fromSarvanfiai : f ."
of their palaces and tcmpels ofg ld. nobleman of that daHe married Isa- magnificent enterprise overwhelmed her 1784 there were 13,000. ; IT hereupon 'Gen. Jackson ordered and Gev/B iclfsbearj;Thomas' -J: .".
Thus in forty-one years from the discovery bella de Bobadilla, a young lady of distinguished with sorrow.. She soon died of a broken Daring the British ,possession Lord the'Judge bthre' hIm; and 'would have couatv, ;cprese 1 tinE th*'BraoiTkkr and5 '.t. >
of the West India Islands by Columbus rank and .personal attraction, ,, heart. Relic attempted a settlement of womenon sent him to prison, had he not suspeaded Florida Railroad CoiapanyV. -,,.. ; 'J:
North and South America had been and thus he was apparently, in the possession Twenty years after De Soto, another St. John's River-ho sent out 800 ina his judicial function Next, Governor ,A dweussion,now &roMJ jreiatiirvjta the. 4:4: 1.t"
visited1 aod partially explored, and Mexico of all that was desirable in this unsuccessful attempt to explore and set. single colony, and located them at a Jackson nt and searched the Spanish'Governor's order of i'bida was participated// ,l-t:
and Peru bad been added to the world. Bat HERNANDO DE SoT was tIe Florida, was made by the FrenchProstestants place called 'Jfcfofoicn-many 'died and ,house, obtained the papers,' in,by G; K. Tfatter K. K, CalUfcberV '
Crownof Spain.The disconsolate and unhappy. Cortex and _under a commission to colonize others dispersed into Georgia and Carolina and released his nrisoner.- -A few- dare Butler, Sr.B. F. Whitcer.J-EJBrocme. ,,--r.- ;.
discovery Columbus was not the Pizarro had immortalized( themselves by it with Huguenots, with temporary -the colony did not increase or pros. after, the ex-Gof'ro r and his ,Spanish E. C.Cabell, B C. Pope Jftl'of.u';di -' ---t: '.
result of accident, but it was the incident be,conquest empires and golden cities. success. The expedition consisted of r per. friends published some strictures upon tioguislwd gentleman and several rtsolu-' :. Jo<.;
of a voyage undertaken to test the troth t De Soto was ambitious, and sought to rival three ship', and landed near the mouth I In 1767, Dr. Turnbull, an Englishman Gen. Jackson's conduct; whereupon be tions and projects were..offered, wikb' '; 'k
of geographical theories and speculations. if not surpass, the glory of the Mex- of the St. John's River, and built a Fort for the sum (f 400 'paid .to the immediately banished them from the coun were; on J. E. lOOm.'. .reriewingrtie ';
This ducovery uf Columbus displayed aNEW can and Peruvian conquerors. He learn The? ensuing year they received additions I Governor of one of the Greek Islands,ob; try-.ordering them to yuti in four days, motion of J.: C.MeGebeer far the appointment '\;.4- :
WORLD f>r the explorotion of active ed from the account of Nunez of the exensive (rom France, and the colony flourished. tained permission to carry into Florida a under penalty of imprisonment.Such ..0 i/ConiBitjtee of, three,from'ea and adventurous spirits, and gold! region called Florida-of its only This was the first European or Christian I numberof Greek families. lie loaded a was the beginning Geni.Jack county, submitted to that COI mitteq.:, ,t, :.
being discovered it became the taUismaDicmceatin I partial exploration, and the golden storiesof settlement made'in the United StatesitoHginainsdecireforreUgofreedom; small vessels with 'them and stopped at son's exercise of the powers of a Captain The President appointed the fojtoiriaggentlemen -' '. .J to,

to'pillago and conquest.But the Indians He applied, at once, to the islands of Corsica and Minorca, and General of Florida, and which were a said Committee':! ., ,l. v t-.:.t .
these* is a portion of this New the Emperor Charles V.,and was appoin. and its destruction resulted from religious I loaded other vessels with Corsicans and signifi nt'premOnition of the manner he From Hamilton-W.E,BL;Cousins,' J;::
World which was first visited and explor. ted Governor of Florida and Cuba, and bigotry. Fifteen months after its foun- Minorcahs-itf all 1,500. lie agreed to could and did exercise the powers of Chief J-F..Trippe.fom .. < --L.i: ._"
ed, neither by/ the promptings or suggestions organized his expedition. He landed in d:1tion this colony was suddenly surprised 7 carry them to Florida free of expense, to Executive''Magistrate of the Republic.The J/Wwoar-J* C..McGebee,B.C. ': : :

science,- the love of gold, or ad. Cuba, April, 1538, with a brilliant armament and destroyed by party of Spaniards,, feed and clothe them, and at the end of government'of G Jackson in'Florida Paris, n. J.'.'1., I..* .. :' ".I' :.,k <. J. ",:'.
venture, of liberty, of religion, or any ; and, perfecting his final arrangements under Pedro Melendez. three years to give to'each head of a family was terminated by act of Congress, From Jeriferson J.'Fialayson..1. ;W.'J.- I '

other of tho ordinary motive*discovery, be left his wife, Dona Isabella, to The Huguenots were encouraged by 50 acres of land and to each.child 25 March 30, 1822,providing. for a regular Bafley, E. CalelI. ;;. '., .. --1.i. '.?::
exploration, coerjuest and colonization govern Cuba,and sailed for Florida. On the French monarch to colonize Florida, acres; in the mean time they were to Territorial Government' Florida was admitted :!ra.LfJ!. E. Brooole, JJIu.! .: ,'I' '
and that p3rtion now'partly vnthio the May 2&, 1539, be landed his forces at. but the King of Spain, Phillip II.:,claim work for him. Dr.Turnbull settled them into the Union.. as' 'a State, in welIM.tLcg. .-, ." 4 ; : '; !.
Rmits of Floridaand the motive or incentive Tampa Bay,consisting 1,000 Spaniards, ed the country by discovery, and bated upon his lands, GO" miles south of St 1845. Thn Cas.-B. F.iJrJaitun, A..J, ,;(,f 'i<
to iu visitation and exploration mostly young men,armed with cross-bows, the French Protestants ; and he', therefore Augustine, and worked them in raising Ever since the search of Juan Ponce Foreman W. White.: : .. '.'t..' .
ws to fbi tho "fountain vfyoitiht" swords, lances, fire-arms,and one cannon. contracted with Melendez to invade provisions and indigo. They cleared, for the "Fountain of Youth" within her :B. F. Whitoer offered tie ono iDi _:,'"'-
JPAN PONCE DE Leox, who in' his He had 350 horses, a large number of Florida with 500 men, and to establish a ditched and cultivated more than 3,000 borders, Florida has been a land of hopes resolntzoar I : :
youth hid been brave and cbivalric soldier cattle and swine, for settlement; and for colony of at least 500 persons, with 12 acres of land-but the Doctor did not and fancies-fancy has' painted her in Resolved, That.the resohuios,adopt- i!, '
in the wars against the Moors-'who' .the- eon-version of the Indians, he had Priests and 4 Jesuits-for which Melenez keep his contract with tLem ; he reduced bright and brilliant colors-she has been at the late meeting in Savannah,sad also-' ;.-'1;:" ,

Lid been a companion of Columbus, and twelve priests, eight assistants, and four was to have commercial advantagesand them to slavery, placed task-masters over represented as containing twenty millions the statement of the plan"of operations of t :.',
hal won and acquired bon)r, wealth and monks. On every Sunday and holyday, was made Governor for life. Melen- them ; women and children were scourged of acres of the best lands in the world- the. Brunswick Company and .also-.the( ', T
distinction), was dissatisfied and unhappy he erected an.altar and said mass. des sailed for Florida, and landed at St. and negroes employed to use the lash. where the fruits of Domingo! grew Railroad charters lately.granted',by:*the". _; k f\. ,
old age had overtaken him, while his Soon after landing he proceeded to the Augustine Sept. 8, 1565, and after celebrating Sometimes they were cruelly whipped, wild-where olive tree flourished as wellas Legislature Florida, be Tiferred to the 'if/ft-
ambitious projects were yet unexecuted. Apalachee country, which was represented the mass of the Virgin, the foundations slept tied to trees all night, for the mosquitoes in France, and baring a million of same Committee. ;, ," "
lib sighed fartbe restorutionof his youth; to contain large cities, a cultivated of the town of St. Augustine were to feed upon For nine long acres of coffee lands, she couldsupply the Which.,was adopted., .', -tu i ":: :,', '
strength and beauty. Among the natives country and g ld. lIe had roads to cut, laid. This was 288 years age, and St. years they endured this intolerable sla world. with sugar, coffee,. &c. The Convention ta'en'adjoaredat to ziect -+
of tin Oarribeo lilanii, be bid beard oft bridges to bulla. swamps to cross, and Augustine is, therefore the oldest town very. In 1776,'the year of AMERICANINDEMNDENCE And,when the subject of Her acquisition ten_ 1 to-morrow m J1 Jig., .., I '! :"
Irfti Foutitaiu which At BOW known than in the UniteJStates. they escaped to St. was before Concreas.OKS RANDOLPHsaid I <
w ii possessed savages to fight. a place by more forty years, ,_ Aogustiner : ; i. "f f
'!i.- iur.i: ;al!>'OH property uf restoring the Micanopy, be encountered 10,000 Indians Having said mass, and foundedthe consulted with the Attorney-Gcn- "Florida. Mr. Speaker, Florida, T D.A.T, tule.1.18 ;,f; .> Jr'- ,-f.
.! nu an I I'i'f of youth to age and dorcpun *- and killed 1,500 warriors. At town, Melendez suddenly marched era?, and the claim of Turnbull was judicially -Sir is a land of ponds and swamps, and: Th Convention; met. pursuant t9 adf tJournm \. 'e
Ju The existence of euth a Fbutjtain length he reached the Capital the Apa- upon the Huguenot colony on the St. ,repudiated. .Their original number quagmires, of,crocodiles and alligators 1L : '.''f .
was coofirmei by the Indian: traditions lachee country, consisting of about 250 ohn's and barbarously massacred men, was 1,500, but had become reduced to and snakes and frogs and fevers-no man ,The Comzaitte .not being ready//-to report >. I.. r
and it was not only believed by butsi. Here he found plenty of corn, women and children, and labeled their 600; and these were'assigned lots, northof will ever.,emigrate!; '' it-no, Sir, not the Convention was very agreeablr '"'"
Juan Ponce, but very generally creditedat beans, pumkins and other vegetables, but dead bodies with this inscription-"not the City of St. Augustine, where they from Purgatol'1.itseU entertained by eloquent addresses from if: '1:.:
the Court Castile and Aragon. no gold or cities-and this was the auriferous as Frenchmen, but m Jxrtlict." The built houses, made gardens and enlarged The truth lies .be ween the extremes.; W..Baker and Wilkiasonsllq.: : ;__
In March, 1512r Juan-Pocee, tEen region he'bad come to conquer I- French monarch did nothing to revenge their borders, and many of their descendants Florida is, a diversified country, having The Committee,through .i ,eiTar-- .', '
Governor of Porto ,sailed with three He remained here five months, sent out this massacre, but two years afterward a are now among the Dost attractive good lands add'poor' lands, swamps and man, J;C. McGehee, then:intffnutted th.*" "- r. .
fehips search of this Fountain of Youthytt exploring parties, discovered the Bay of French Huguenot, Domini i De Gomgues, and most respectable'portion-the popuvlation'cf everglades, clear lakes,big springs and following report and resolutions .1: :',
>'the itnexplorcd' regiotw of tae Northwest St. Marks, where Narvaez had built his fitted out three ships with 150 men and the State. beautiful bays fiilled with delicious fish. JU:1'OaroI"TitlCo rtTE ""\ : I
- ; he sailed along the Bahama Is. boats, and so forth. sailed for Florida and for the express Between 1812 and 1815, the United It has climate unsurpassed for its gen The Committee to'whom,1twu referred ;- -
Kinds, ioquiring-fbe the rejuvenating waters In March 1540, DeSbto broke up Lie rarpose-of revenging the death of..his States and England were at. war-the uniformity, and for its health-restoring' to examine and report trjxnv,subjectisoitaKe -
and thence northwestwardly, he dis- encampment near where Tallahassee now ountrvmen. .He landed on the St.John's Spanish Government at Pensacola. per. life-preserving qualities; a large portion ft r:the action ef: this Convention -' -
eovered land on Sund y-r March 27th, stands and marched northeasterly in River, captured two small forts which the mitted the English fleets .t-'.enter theports of it is an evergreen country, where growing out'of' legislation- .
and landed a little sooth of where St..Au- search-of the Cosaebiqui l eountry, which Spaniards had erected, and, finding his of V.est'Florida! operate"against flowers are,in, perpetual bloom and the of this State: in chartering Rafrod'comestM
gustine now is. The country was in the he was told abounded in gold, silver, and force too small for further operations, he the United States.. :After .the peace, tropical fruits ripen,unceasingly; and although late procteojaaiai thef J -
grit bloom of spring, the trees covered pearls, and was governed by a female hung up his Spanish captives, and placed British traders and agents exeited'the Indians :within its limits has never'bet a city SivanftalarBTllmittedaid :-' --
with blossoms and the ground with flowers Caciffuer who lived in.large city. lie upon their dead bodies this inscription in Georgia and Florida to m le war, found the ". "Fountain ofYoutbit'is.here plained by her delegates to thii Cbavenion > .
;, and because of this vernal beantyor found1 the country aod it was governed bya not''at Spaniard, Ivt at "..derUl.''. upon the white[ .ett!eaient. 'The United more than anywhere else PB &. surface tiODf rdmdBaiIo&cleo=u..t.
that he first discovered land on'the Sundry woman,, but the gold war copper, the" Thus,-wasreKgious bigotry and fanatical States Government' ;Genv JACK.EOX' ,- where are cured and alleviated moat" -with Pensseohi w&k Middle and -
before Easter, which the Spaniards silver mica,,and the large city a few In- hatred that occasioned the establish. in 1815, with an army to chastise and yes- ofthe bodily ills which "flesh is heir to. West Florida ; .the state&ett,oT th- ? %*&
silted Paictta de Flora, be gave to it the diao-huts. In the lower part of. what is ment of St Augustine,-and, the destruc.tionoftheImauijean train them and he destroyed the Indian '{/The, historical incidents and events'enumerated puns and operations'of the'Brunswick ** &&
name of FLORIDA After diligent search now Alabama), be fought a great battle colony'*o the towns-and took possessicru'of the Spanish'Fort herein;were gleaned front a very and' Florida a3road Cosipaiysub ; B.sv
tat the Fountain, and bathing all the with the Indians, headed by their chief, ,United States. at MtrkOn; : the Sowsnee,. able,and ,interesting Lecture upon the Bitted. by-dtfigates fnnnThoaiasewRity *- ',
springs aDd brooks be round,be proceeded Tuscaloosa-the Indians set fire to their In 1565, the country known in Spanish er he captured Englishmen, Arbnth Uittary .of Florida, delivered Key >ajffd the'several molstUms ofiered. .&r
souths ,touching and explunng the village, sod amid the conflagration and geopraphyas Florida, was of large extent not and ,Arabrister who were charged. West the last winter by lion.WM.' MAEy to this Convention; 'now'beg" leasts to'
eoast, and the island*.or keys, toiheTortbgal slaughter, 11,000 Indians were said1 to and quite unknown. The Spaniards and found guilty thy Court Martial,of aiding -' -United States Judge fOrth. :SoutJi. .robait the following Reporti.. -
wherebe caught lIT turtles in one have been killed and burned. De Soto aimed all tb,'eountry from Nova Scotiato..HUlCO and inciting thtrlivdiass: their' murderouS crnDistrict, ,of Florida.rJV. ; II. Tn, nl. .And theCmmisteewdh.th&l ,
sight, i named .the group of, islands, lost 82 men. and 42.hones, sod in theupperpart on the Atlantic and Gulf; depredations ori the whit 'Gen. Tu1hAzSwireATSwonnUoiin1rerOra although' caI1 cJ'aDd'iDtacf tobaStct r -
rtal'u--a.i: turtkt* Fainig. the Alabama, in another battle, the British- churned. by discovery, the Jackson confirmed the sentence andha.ng-. es' Duchess of Sutherlandgave Con ti.owing to'tie Kated tim.fwcztendingnesn.othcrni
object of his voyage;, he returned, disappointed be lost 40 men and 50 horses.In country along; the" Atlantic coast; and .ed theb at St.Marks.Gen. '. morning,, concert'at Stafo .bcnue ,tL-
0 Porto BJco.. Age and its in- the month of,May, 1841 two years the French, the'country lying on-the St. .:Jackson laid doTtir this principle, 'the introducing i present body .eamtu'Jui..9'.ct.
firmaties ,increasing tt onBe him illol52 from bishn&ngin Florida, De Soto cross Lawrence and the Upper,Lakes. and acted upon it-'-"& is,aft established- yesterdayfor to a select circle of purpose.friends Miss Greenfield delegates from; Middle Florida. It fat

again'sailed, inUwo shape, to the Flor. ed the Mississippi River, a little below For 200 years after the foundation ofSL principle of Uie laws of nations, that any ,...known in America,under,the.nom thereforE manhffl7U.a5cessuyif-t J
ida coast; in seareh>of the "Fountain of where Memphis now is, and encamped on Augustine, the region now known 'si individual UfO nation,making war againstthe ddpZUfltdOf"TbeDl&Ck Swan," who was indecorous on.this occasion, to propose.*
Youth/' Be chilled his aged'frame by the west bank: his devious,xig-zag course, florida wales little known and as little citizens of any other nation, they being f slave in the: S aU' of Miseiapi. any general system of Internal Improve*?
formerly :
Bathing ia all the springs and streams, or line of march, from Tamp Bay to the occupjed'oy Europeans as in the days :of at peace, forfeits his allegiance. and 8 ,M'iss.Green1dsangliree pieces neat'far the. .EcISIaxir.* Ff.ffitass" .f; .
this interval becomes outlaw and.pi&.'. This was Railroads. : .
ftmght Wood V1 battle'with tho Indians, Mississtppvthrocgh forests, swamps and D.> Soto. During: large alloZ-wbich: warmlyencoe& She :
were .
; ,
and was.wounded by s narrow.in the thigh. hostile. Indians, ,was more than 1,500 England was. settling the >OldThirteenColoniesandFrancewa& not regarded 'bj'many'as'% Od law/ and woro. a splendid dress,of wo r ; tntifHt,. eU4MeW7sl J-: :
Sick aDi.deiected.ho returned. as far as mil a. While encamped upon the west exploring and. it was saidcoulduot j>e'foundiriGrotius, tniamcd.'nrith bueles".thatwas; presented awn, impressed th'A*.I r i ace_of sO
Cuba amaled: And J although Juan bank 'o'r: the Mississippi River, 'De Soto sttliuthe regions now known as Cans-. Vattel or iayotberitandardwritcgulntAi to hei 'ki.11airieeecbe Stowe, system of lUilroads ia/cna *eirwated', -
I ; -
ets.Faym a-Illinois Missouri; and Lbuisana:; but tionul law "Sut GeriVJaekson was : seva1'chextei. BceL '
Bo9c failed in discovering the Fountain ,was requested by the iaG..ch to ; who.a; Zougthrguese \ .
i time pain was1 doing nothing', save:occupying sustained, and bisTcondnctvindicated by 1 I jpreajnlL amended ,the charter! of tL&Ce4Ae'
snd acquwiogjcsoortal youth by bathing rain'to his pl&.K being a .l8Jth Iui'e:and Duchess of Argyle 1
Uits rejuvena.tingws.teu, be acquired of drought; and.be caused a huge cross .' .Augustine is a aoilitarv.post building John Qain ,.Ad&m.. ': .This.principle hw Ui 'DuI andr Ducheia! .(it-Norfolk,,the WcIfDllr'ciealilrCet1 -
wall aroond it and tin a fort to defend ITb eDacted byf the ..CaptoinGeneral n win; forts every section cfintereata .&&
world-wide Tame by discovering and.namng to be made ofthe' largest pine.tree,10 'em ; "' Ppon Duke tand. .DU h U cf .Mootrose ;JLgrdandjLady : .
thai portioo-oC the,American c ntin. large,that 100'mcn eonld not lift i itj' this i the C ThnXstigainst. the Indians 0.Cuba inVeondtmnipg to death .Bnaftsluiy; ,Lord Grosyenor, .Jb"Wt .me ..tI.I'h
and of.the seas., the fifty men under Critlencfcn,in the Lopez ; 'ndedtql aa j i td oWj
the and rovers. ;
eat a pari: whereof ii'now' known u cross was raised on bigbestelenti9D Viscount Palmeratpn, ue,Freneh,AmbasyLaHy -
,the waters of the-Misa1eijtpiand In 585, Sir Ffincis Drake took 'possession uftMit" .: ._:. tbat.our. .4UOW ':o ";2-
BwID1 overlooking : o.J; ",Fply\i,\..Cpionteis : 01''co.. 1..L.
The ACCOM*cl the discovery of Ponce Ut.. Francis, BSvtr 8 procession } of St. Angustine,plundered miof. (Spain occupJedtloridor,235YeVf.lrancl. aIt-l4Ldv: Clementina :yillicrs ;Lady ., tit' :arei.. r5f -
rJc these
and the kept up/inilitary ti- at, 8tA.ugatinaAnaenhaLnoar1auht; ia f zispnrffcae&iVI
l' pieces-of brass cannon miKta/y -
de Leon; bngebcu1stid'Spa&n i it was compossed of the armyand was : Bnllftn.. Jngf i .
: tune] but I and in wtaacet
wittLe fint buccaneer an. aid
and fxian cn'iri cl1esf of 2,000: H 4 ,activity
mtnral fttthe adventurous to 'imaginethe formed led ths priests
.by, ;
*: Datiiu the rcmainied'tmsettlediad'pjoi eflergythavgives: gen4 .eI-.. --
Florida filled with' > arowsd the cross/and/ then or Pat&ititerfvufr Cap eountry 'A1aiPidsrz&-fleu&jI&ury -"J. ... .
interior of. the
ople, Litany,
p tug who dated no revenwiV\The 'tane.J.ecrn! $' to to be .' .Th*Landrectid xt".wuna.awa..,
front' and ofibred the second Fillibwter, plunder jay s> is o'pensd t& our eomnerce ; ..
in theease down in
rich cities and goMe ttmpels 'as all knelt !Pprayeri '
; ; .-
aad : d1aryh
lavs '
10" ed iUn 1665. 'Sn..is said ia heen fSpOjppP, J is to5 hthuaustb suuciibe3st, L- -
Mexico aod Peru sad a cavalier and.olsnmnfr tWi pproachi O't
{ U between the snDual'cosi 'Ei gland, during he 21LPos1ea1l ; : tlittHMI Ia&T I -
sol kissed Ia-1702 while i w it WUa3Opl1Arbt buy'sell; gl7wU&.eo1lU 4'Rd
Knelt '
filled with aurifer- and silently -
d Names ; -.n- ,_
PamphUo this'plan. realBritain and Sptiov ovsrner Moore; year's ij' aitettt::ose. miflion .of __ grt'gaia'-!JGeOa M' i't.J"' tujXtfaatipai ... -..... 2)'tH' J. .',. ,
Mil imaginings, obtained! a .eeflrnissie* i'Tbil impressive spectacle! ; .a..t. ;. .
a5i eustofflerJi4adilftSle
from the king to conquer and govern the hug the cross.upon the bank of the Father or QarOflnISgal'PI $ upa.Iie Ia ; 182Fr sold to the ,a good 8 t1s-n [ ; .
the aasfenary.itttions.a Fcsnury Fpain Ia1 di'1i thrPacifa'ars to'atir>ct'6w .
country from '--CaM-- Honda 1 to Faunas of, \ivert.1 ud: rsbIpingbe8Zloel ; ahd'lblto'wp w-v :4r* f r.cm lt- i'1J 1I
Middle Flbrid y 'PeWBcola found- United States East,and*vVTett Florida Jor ittl ::d' JUgtlr /'th.IQ'b; mO: ; -'
River (Gfilvetton,); and la 1527 he umr8O&"yeUa'ign UW3tneMdby15,000to200001ndiiaL ed-ia 1696 by a Ay.fnm JJflsic rJ $5,000,000,teidJotha..citlzeas of 'aUi c,. ..Thcirti' his : -.
ailed with ifs ships,was dstaiflodiaSaaDomingo Florids! which the United States for leases sustained/by hecl&thpo! '.j _, MI -
In 17M,Spsin possessed ;,, ,: rl f :1'"t -
leases De Sold laarcaed west ;
nearly a repairing ,
par ,sad ex- i SpHiishbjuitlce..,0n't no third tma1). ,. ,, .r$li.M At. -
and in April 1828, landed near Tampa txnTMteetrri aDd the&ob; tbroigh then embrUed.-au..reeiHalar1o D"OiOiiiato1b1 fMaIeb18l,t0ea5pithed- .,; ., i I ; .it- ,.. $, lr.1il- -,
Bar with iOO nwnand 80 horses. The what U now ArkawaMp ndingjjewlyi t of .Penjaeol rnd authorizing the P sieUtjo4keith: i. It i is stated that in the iYRL:6f' .'f"I0. 1\1. '',n. ..act JsII"IY'yW1iq ,
of the ?? In exploratioiwircst! of_the Mae. Perdidoj with 3Jexlc< ':Gen: Woo) will nadertakealt'and.t1.'ric'r -
objeet : expedition was conqowt, je < thi'wai J\\ she-posasied OBthe ponti, sion, and.sJJ'JD icirit. and:judicial difficultits v uddeightfuJ ;
"ttvABMO %Btt flOiu 4 ,.T'ft itturtDt ITiT T' *'' iiiVlppi-but erery wneri1 h.fwid wild ient'llorth of MiJ co. At; this time: powers'were vested in inch person 1' he aie command of the'field.. regTotf through .which it'is to tIlL : -
edXamei. that:ia,the interior was the inhabited by savages and ?- "


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More than a million of dollars hire just where she would ii. the ft itiititn
imuer Contention appoint a Cemimfte*of tire* : M Btam1 of the
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subscribed the stock rf the Alabama >
been to Central Atlantic and Gulf Railroad charter whose'duty it shall bay to.applj' to tholommisBoners
and Florid Railroad This Road is through l5e> whole' of the Western to open hooka of snbscrip* n.u ,'&q,a t5e Softer TAXPA,Jvn lit 1853.

to commeaeeat PensxooJi and end at and nearly aQ'of the Middle' Districts of lion at each time* and places as said Standard published at CaarlestoB in a ,

Montgomery, Alabama f thesealaetirity of the State, leaving not more than one /ommiltee may'think eoamiieat, = card ia that psperof tie 14tIrisiC7tak .-1L m kiJLkxrt amaD
and-energy ,fisflsyed Iiy those who an bandied mfler t t-1 _ii article in the Florida "cf
eocjpfefe the Road 10 /&* ?;'hat!Convention ecuddera sQSx n Efpulltea*
leave readers willGsi'
of bb its
engaged 0It this work leave no reasonable through to the Atlantic Your Cbflimit- the building .of a Railroad from as _Editor, but 6e' tb"oaa. 51$ Janes

doubt of needyJkaeeea This is the be tee fed assured that if this much of ,the aeksowriBe or St."Marys to the Gulf at $ pubGcation 1, bets: tie jfj'prreter -,pro-- Yh 'ifiioI.or .
ginning ofaeriesofBJ3rosjfconnexionswith load eta be built in eonneetibtt wiii the Tampa or Crdai'Keya, as an importantstep '+ 3Leonidas W. Spnlt: Esq., foeeeeds -
Gulf Port which in the t ,trhielY_ aotaiat'stiteaicnIated' .
oar Savannah
great Eastern ,
the end .
Companv soon to secure ultimately a, railroad connection -Mn? Pressley M: EJitofT wiihTJr '
opinion of your OommilteejpwOl end in would'run'out to the Atlantic, connect between the Western, Middle, Assistant in -y p.
CUSkrine W
nuking Pensaeola, the,, gnat centre of with the Florida Road, and eoapfcte a :Eastern;,and.Southern1 portions _oT'the ::1JAiHS.oft .T4 t as pabUe and ofe fJJJor.
Southern fade:_ jHe Road to Montgomery connection not only with ale .Atlantic;' Sate' < i. -la* his editorial labors Mr ib-.1iQtI-: "14efieee tie laiana -

-1:. will place bet' *t onccin csnpeancrj.. .bat also,:with the Eastan-aad Southern loc/ +ed,'alsoThat-thii, Content = hL Ii 8.F ..- Presseypbkdh ntT'tbetaie" all of tbeo, will remain pcacabl
.: with Thadesion, and Savannah and, the Districts of the Sate thereby, tying the thin views the building of the Pen i other and Important duties,, batata his J'
: whole of the' &--States. Bj an distant andT widely separated sections. of and Montgomery Railroad as interestingto $slardsYaw ..''IDle 19,1833.,_ "good fortune in:secnrtngthe-serriees of within= say bosndry assigned thea i /
: taw"Westward and Kortaward, aLe I the State net-work of ley are permitted tff do te and tie
easy ; together, with a' the wbole State,in opening a Railroad : will : oily
'THE : who devote hs'trhoie attentionto
I FIRE COXTAXT.Tbe .: one ,
will become one oTlhe"most convenient iron. connection between Florida ana the States .. -." < ISculty apprehended u Ia m. white
Mdw"t the Gulf from ,the whole'Mississippi the and who by talent ed eatio -
( Your ComTttee.adaut that if we unite West of it. Fire Company Parade/which eame paper, ; mea will interfere with them r and he
Valley. Other darter for Railroads in' this,enterprise with Savannah, and 12. .Radredt That, this Contention and moral'and political principle, ,iswelt
list p unit find
off on afternoon to be
Saturday was highly a general opinion
were granted at the last .eeesion'oftie build the road from Hamilton: County to respectfully calls the:attention of, the qualified for his charge."' All eoamanieaHons -

GenenLAsscmbly yourCommit- Pencacola; and then continue through to Florida delegation iu Congress tothesub- creditable_ ._ __ to' the, .Company, comprising.asit are to'addressed, to Leos of the people of East Florida.Sir

tee ire not aware that any:Kj, .hare been the Atlantic either directly or by a con jed of a grant of land in aid of the Rail does some of oar.raost.,useful .asd respectable n.' : -' .. .. .- I was'aware that some'of the governmeni -

taken. under.them. nexion with the Florida Railroad, it will road enterprises of the State. eithens,:and wsU'calculated tomspireconfdenee ,daa) I. Spratt,:Esq.roREict i cfSciali had teen ia the'habit of
The utm.e.wes an*the Eastern not be the Central Atlantic and Gulf I Which received read and debated r =
were ,: sitars BT THE ricincr. tic
in>n argaaniution'otthe ehaigng .people ttfl&U; wiA avebatotirea
and Sbtrthern portions of Ibe State bare "
Railroad. Bat they aver that i it will be : by R. K. Call Robert Batler, St., B. F. ;
commenced their works;of improvement : a Road laid down just where one would Whitner, J.E. Broome, E. C.Cabell, D. kind. Judging ni.the.manacr in,which The U S.;ms 1'steamship rdfr attired but I was nok prepared! .t bear

with an energy tSstwelldescrves,success; be under ,jibe present charter, ruining B. 3Iayv, G. K. Walker and B.C.Pope, .I each member performed his part; 'we* are atifew York' en"the 12th'inst. WeT one t-herowa- '.sooj joiitm'.f f.tae_ traoaeerv" .

and your Committee indulge a lively through and through the State and aabrerting and Mescrs. Bartow and Hilton, bong invited inclined to think:that some of the dead Bi the most important news by this.arrival of rrdtiien5. tujn. "zf a. 'AASI&MQ'a: .
the rich +T 3
hope that they will speedily reap" the very purpose contemplated by addressed the Convention. of a fire, which we'hsve all, experiencedfor : trathkat' eharge,.andtarel. !Mr Bryant
their deserts _
reward of : it. And : "
they can see BO good reason why The "Shall
Another and jour Committee believe, we may not avail ourselves elf the aid now the, Preamble question and being Resolutions now pet as amended so long a_'.time,may now.be considerably ESOLASD. Ministers refased both i.' is muUke :whea}saytf thuja the geaix&efuaaa -

tbe g greatest'enterprise now in contemplation offered through Savannah, to effect our be adopted?" was decided ia the affirmative "modified,";at least.,. The Company ,the Uoue of Lords and the Jlouae of Cs -' of. tW people ef EattTIenda,

within jour State, is the Road by object. A failure or refusal now to do so, there being but two dissenting consists of forty members, (to which num mono to respond. to the interrosaioria pro. TnwPt 01'a these, ':: jie a ift ift'the
which the extreme Eastern, and the 'extreme would'expose us to the loss of the Pensa voices. pounded to them as to whether tbe British assertion .\!-Uae"coTJ a.r'= ti
law J a
her it is restricted by ,r and it would .,I gres5onorvu _
Western portions'are to be connected eola and charter Savannah Fleet ia the ,Mediterranean, under the "
Georgia J. E. Richard A. and
; Broome
Shine ;
find Indium aisoal841
be difficult to anr equal number/> tagta ay p lest
that involves maad of Admiral. been
This is enterprise might then adopt her preferred route- Edward HousUran Committee com had ordered ,
were appointed a -
the interest and the more able-bodied or finer- ocking..znea to debate those at"Fort PSerce,:and Chadoti Hofl -
challenges support directly to the junction of the Flint ana of three to correspond with the assbtTukey. During s
of every section'' of the State. It affects ChaUahooehee, and build a rival road a Commissioners and cause books of subscription (rc are not a member).in any.community i on the slave trade is Parliament aH the ,nippier be'nean PeaseTreeV]] !a

the interest directly or indirectly, of every few miles above us in Georgia. In sucha tube opened,in coraforatity with or who could manage the: "machine" Captain Generals of.. with the exeep. 1849 ;and it t$ *& nadasbiad that*tL

x citizen within her limits and essentially case, no one can fail to see the ,embar the ninth resola O letter advantage. tkn of General Concha were denounced i e/were ascribed:toladlra, ciScaltit"
and riUlly, the Middle District and rassinent and disaster that would result to C. II. ,DuPont offered the following as baring participated in it The British ,
gnch portions of the Eastern and Western us in the prosecution of our wort. resolutions: I On this occasion, water was thrown fleet in the Gulf is being augmented. i acd.the aggreaeoa wtre M &tt.dclheredvpaod ,
., as lire on the line of its route. We say In conclusion, your Committee bringup RrxJred, That the Committee charged I over the BuSngtoa House--the*JtaIIesi" SwrrzE&LAXDb Tbe protracted disputes l :pmaisheduf* JIn

.i every section of the State,because no one very encouraging accounts from the with the duty of causing books of subscription i in these parts--by the Engine belpanng which have taken place>betweem'A. I this pangnpft, the writes "been

. will doubt bat when once the road is completed various puts of our State--our people are to be opened for shares in the to the town, the water being supplied by tria and Switzerland on account of the 1m- % gJl.nromWU, for W'c rains*
; every part of the State will connect arousing from their sleep-awaking from Pens eolaand Railroad salis&ctory state of the Refugee and other
Georgia Company,
I' that from CharlestonThe bat TJX
fart the
brought one acknowledged git-
;.; with it b, short roads. This is the their lethargy. The East, and South, be directed to opens communication with performance questions have at length assumed a warlike ;
;,+s great and paramount enterprise that has the West are actively preparing for'their the citizens of West Florida either by of the Charleston.Engine;'how appearance and the Federal Council! iogupof the aggresaorv and thiaOE T apart

brought us together on this occasion t works of detelopement and improvement; correspondence or by the appointment ofsuitable ever,was not altogether satisfactory;. butwe have ordered out all the army,so as to be of tha fret,tor'tui-three- ''were pvraop

-- And now as we approach tbe consideratkm i and. our Middle is preparing and now persons to visit the West and address learn it is to have another trial after prepared t. : against Austria if ne out of tie whole'cumber; aC the burnt

t ,3 of the different subjects that will come ,j, j jvp ready to unfold her bidden treasurers. the citizens in explanation of the undergoing some repair",before it is finally cessary.TCKJUTT.A. store: aDcf.Foit Pierce ale va&aS-
4 for discussion, jour Committee most The presence of so large a representation objects and views of this ConTention. Russian army 100,000 '
and invoke at rejected is concentrated the Turkish frontier neat inn one that ,nay: poor white maa
earnestly respectfully your in this Convention, with the solemn and 2. K&olrtJ, That the said Committee strong on
.. hands a spirit of kindness,candor, conciliation earnest interest taken in its proceeding*, be also charged with the duty of adopting While on this subject we may fay thata The Rosfdan-ports of the Black.Sea would be glad tin receive- a":passage in a

-i ,and harmony; knowing that without is a guarantee that the work is begun in'i such measures as may be mOISt efficient sum amounting to sear a thousand dollar arc crowded with the inanitions of'war, ins steamer to the West, and,his beHer--
union and concert, in a work requiring earnest and win be tamed to its '' and the heights above QJessa are domed '
comple m communicating to"the citizens of East has beea subscribed by the citizensof ed, five hundred dollars inCrted', upon
. all our united energies, disappointment tion. with the tents of a large On the
Florida the views entertained this army.
by the town, for tbe purchase of another each of them at least it has ,been fUn
and defeat ineT table. And J' : of the the already ;
are on Your Committee cannot forbear word Convention in reference to the enterpriseof banks Path pontoons are
the other hand, if we an honaonize and on tbe subject of our ability to execute petting into actual operation the,charter Engine, and hose for the one we already I made,and the vast,body,of troops asserted aad, o one has denied'it. Mr-

4 : act together, there can be no doubt or this work. It may be asked and probably of the Pensaeola and Georgia Railroad hare. From this it would appear that are,ready at a moment's notice to enter Bryant) is'as .much mistake about-aggresnoasecaJtoittedfas -

J difficulty in the accomplishment of the will be-Is Florida able, has she the Company.Which. not only members of the Fire Company the principalities. The Ministers of Eng- he, tsabrrt tbepanuhasent'

work. capital, can she accomplish so gigantic an were adopted.M. but the citizens generally, feel interested land, France Prussia and Austria made inflicted, for''tbe i t>Howi g
There are two charters, under tither, undertaking We answer confidently offered the joint attempt' settle the existing diSeacaltics -
A.14oog following resolutions United
' both of which this road be built. in this matter and we flatter our and about reconciliation season, ,1831, .afier,the Statw.army
: 1-. or may the can t Let all her people unite and help : bring a
The Central Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road, according to their means-the small farm. /ZooJrrr//, That the Secretaries this seine, that we will soon have all the'necessary between the parties, bat.Prince )Iemehik was remold and .Ib.e volaoiaccs ttiiJ-

and the Pensaeola and Georgia Rail Road ers and tbe large planters, the mechanic Convention furnish tbe editors of the apparatus to enable the Companyto the Russian .Ambassador, who had missed a band of Indian penetrated ;tie

-:-. 4 charter. The former of these provides and the merchant; every class and description newspapers in Tallahassee with copies act in an efficient manner,should their been for some days at Buynkdere a Tillage country to the hez&ioera-.F tie Wilblicoocicej. -

for a Road to commence in East Florida, of the community, and what can of the proceedings of this Convention for services be required at a fire. at the mouth of the Bosphoras, will aadmurderedrt&e, i DanwiHnbbaxd .
_ 'r en some tributary of the Atlantic Ocean, we not do? There is no man who cannot publication, and that all the editors of a steamer ready to bear him away to his aad .1 '

k and pass through the State to some tributary if he will, take and pay for come stock. Florida be requested to publish the same. .1. command the instant an unfavorable answer many pezsoos then believedthe
to the Gulf of Mexko west of the An immense amount of stock may be paid 2. RtxJrtd, That tbe thanks of this THE R RAILROAD ':: was given-and the Divan were report a fabrication, and until a com-

Apalachicola River. The latter provides in labor,provisions aad materials ; besideswe Convention are tendered to the Presidentand The proceedings of this Convention exnally infiexibe; and, consequently,the ausu. was seat from Taapa to uirtstF-

Mx for a Road from Pensaeola to some point feel assured that if we act with the energy Secretaries, for the able and dignified will be found in full in cur to-day. Prince left on the 22d of May, and mired gate the facts it was fiatTy_deniiL Pef-
on the Western or Southern boundary that becomes the enterprise, Con manner in which they have discharged paper at Odessa on the felloariurday. Abbas
;: Y line of the State of Georgia; which point gress at ita next session will grant the duties of their respective offices Presuming that they will receive the careful plcbemet Ali!) Pacha the Turkish Minister haps Mr..Bryant would aacrile..this,waa-

'- is to be fixed by a board of direetors under of land, as she has done in other similar Which were adopted. perusal of our readers, we will only of War, immediately on Prince ton murder to "Iniiaa diJEcuJtaeslib

the direction of the stockholders. cases, for the construction of the Road, The Convention then adj
; of Your Committee are satisfied that the that will not only insure the completion WM. D. MOSELEY, Prat. does not seem to be entirely satisfactory to every Proviencewith orders that the whole did not state what these "Indian \i&ur-
people SavannahGeorgiara toconnect of the work, bat will pay a large proportion W. E. 31. Coc ssO of the warlike,resources of the Ottoman tks"were whxh. lave
T Savannah will be the following ceesu to Sedcr
that city with Pensaeola by a Rail Road. of tbe cost of it. R. J. MATS as seen by Empire should immediately be put in re- jas

he w> The city authorities have very recently subscribed Under all the circumstances we con J. FJ X LAT&O, [ &att ritl. significant extract from the Rtpv\\ ; qzision to repel the Russian forces should palliated the Warders{ and plaadering,

a million of dollars for that purpose gratulate our citizens upon our present HOCSTGVX, J JMkanepy caa of that city, of the 14th: they venture to cross the frontiers. There which. he,admita, ,at ,Fort Pierce andehariotte

which has been ratified unanimously prospects, and make cur earnest appealto The spirit of the Convention was eminently is BO account of the whereabouts of the ** Harbor, for if isTit HrcE

,i by the people, and there will be doubtless all to join with energy in the great catholic. The resolutions compass Frenen squadon, and orders given to Ad. understood," ia" Siath FIsrid ,at loinBe
t ajubserptionofahalfminionmorcby and good work. Plank Road Meek. the length and breadth of the State and mini Dandas respecting the British flee -
private EBbeeriptioa These facts together the Contention was fully persaaded that, under his command are kept a profound ,says, iTiers'-appneaslj BO ipcteitfon : -
with the presence of ber delegation nrsorsTtoRI. At a mectiog held at Mieanopy, E. F., owing to the relative position of Florida secret. Affairs are regarded as critical, upon their part. fight:ormatmit

- here amongst us on this occasion-, and the EnlnJ, That the time has come on Monday, the 6th ef June, 1853, pur.I to the rest of the Union a great necessity but everything may possibly be even J depredation. opal the;ytyaM cf tie

; ,: assurances they offer us, leave no room to for Florida to commence the work of Internal I. scant to aa adjournment for the purpose has arisen \opemttrate her with highways. amicably arranged without either. party whites. Wbai may be their intention
the constructionof
' Improvement, by
'. doubt her determination accomplish of the of Plank Road This is all well. We are to resorting to hostilities.
considering projeet a very sorry dbpoatjooy arrived, in
or maybe at
Railroad and her ) m
as, by geographical j
; this great work. la this state of things, however at this of the .-Private accounts have .been
see, stage proceeding -
form her important sections are wide from Palatka to Mieanopy,which was attended opinion acts mud Utter than
to by
State ; *
the question of rout through our ,- that these impressions of the important received in London from China by ,the
becomes one of great importance, in con separated it is the more necessary that by citizens of Micnopy and ti. position of Florida, swayed the Indian: Overland Mail which arrived at by, present,.appeanncss, Set at .o time-

- nexion with our State enterprise under those distant sections be. brought together :dnity, and a delegation from Palatka, mind of the Convention co far, as to leadit ) Marseilles France, en morning of the during the past history did they seem

' pt. the charter of the Central Atlantic and by Railroad connection- .Dr. W,W. Geiger la the Chair aDd Jas. to fix the point in the middle district, 2Sth uU. that the city of Nankin;the ancient more deposed for peace than eke period'immediatelyPreceedngthe
2. Rewire That tae of this
,c Gulf Railroad. To show the views of position Bart, Secretary where tee shall penetrate their State,and capital of China, had been taken by diiacalties
State bears scch relation ia
to the other
in reference to the different the and that the British
Savannah insurgent
also, to recommend measures.to be adopted commander -
States of the Union, and to of the The meeting was addressed by Hon. L 1849. Their
" Committee many refused iaterccwraenp to that time
routes canvassed year quote control to allow JBritih vessel
: by which tlvg apes to our
;. a resolution passed unanimously by a other countries of tbe earth, commercially H. Bronson, Mr. C. A. Price, Col Geo. charier, to.make our road subservient to to go up the miter YaD Ue.i1h with the:whitca was freqree*, .and tf the

meeting of her. citizens held on the 31st socially,aDd poStieally, that a great Leitner, CoL 31. S. Perry and 3Ir. R. A. all these views. stores cr ammunition for either party.- most kind and frienlry c araetsai; "wUr'
has arisen to and ,
.y necessity cross
d} nit her with highways of communication penetrate and Child, freely expressing their views and The main object of our great enterprise The Imperial Commissioner hired'the I think, .xhoull'pet to ,rest Mr.. BryaascBeme \t
& "Rnol L''That the route preferred by Portugneso fleet to and relieve the city
? opinions and daring the display of great is to have a connection as direct as go eativate
the citizens of Savannah wet of the ricerAltamaha intercourse. possible with Pensaeola but we are willing i bet it was captured by the rebels.i An cfjtraJers ta, &tir frkadvhlp. -
3. Radre+d. That this Convention,with enthusiasm,the following resolutions were .
will be direct toward the junCo ;to meet tbe inhabitants of Middle i appeal was then made by the Chinese Authorities lUiiaktbepknefcfia-ntercocrse. ?
'e- tion of the Flint and Chattatooehee riv much pleasure, welcome participationin :passed : Florida at a fair point' ,oa their boundary to the English, French and suggested by Gen..Hopkins"tad_adrptedfby

' en. Bat we will be willing to meet the their deliberations the delegations, lent 1. RetfJrntf That we will organize a -not to be fixed upon by them, nor American Consuls and at their urgent .the last Lea!e..mnch\etht eaPcalated '
hither the ef Saunnaand
the ,_
of Middle Florida at a fairpoint by city to construct Plank Road Cross three and
inhabitants company a by us, but by a mutual'' agreement, by i. requisition English sjeamera to tienj thew nsesw"3rri
BroDEwickand bring to
Florida Railroad Company, s<
oo the boundary between Georgia Palatka to Mfcanopy. both parties, after a fair consideration f' the French frigate Uaavta were sent,'
and the Road they have beard their messages with gratification I and the Bryant ass rot read the rarioas eacaoaieationa -
and Florida to see even 2. Resoled, That committee of five the whole matter. It was this desire: on 'American Commissioner anda-- &
thrones Tallahassee, list least S800,000 and great encouragement; that ,be appointed by' the Chairman of this the part of the proprietors of the Albany took ,to place the U. S. frigate.&'i'U-' of Gen.'Hopkias Capt Jerni ao
citizens of
Middle Florida
be 'bediurlmdafortbetparpoee." ed as with much satisfaction from, they Mr.Tun- :meeting to draw up Articles of Association and Savannah charter, to control not only Aoana.before Xtnkin. The result, however and ether citizen r-DDt f7ff7J;'-np ir
Savannah prefers a route directly to the and solicit of this mOT 1II Us not known
no, that tbe merchants of Charleston are subscriptions. our action by our interests that caused yet then1.t of, depredafictu By't, &t&ejndlan,'
4 josctka of the Flint and Chattaboochee.By 3. Rfttlte, That a committee of five Savannah to abandon that charter; and Commodore Perry, arrived in the Jusustfpi or he '
placing a line of vessels to ran from that jays :little respect,to their.state;
that route the Road would pass throughthe be appointed by the Chairman of, this our friends in Florida may learn a lesson at Kong Kong on the 7th of April -
their Golf Ports.
Counties of Clinch Lowndes Thomas city to meeting to visit Charleston and Savannah from the history of that enterprise. and despatched the jFYytiwd*ShaogaL. ments. I hare sat oijtctica tola* plan
4. Rescind That this Convention view '
and Deeatnr, lying oo oar border,and We have 1 of snrveytag: the ladiaa .tef for I
fur the of our own interests to sub y
soliciting subscriptions.
: with favor the proposal tendered to them purpose ZThe Boston Trattfffr complain
of the :
fa large portion distance/within and think will be ef
while Savannah i
entertains the
t twenty-fire miles of the line of-our Central by the people of Savannah, to diverge The, Chairman] appointed BOIL L H. best serve feelings towards ,Floridastill" of the high price of_bricks,.aad says_that great"adraQtage'lo anj

Atlantic and Gulf Road.. At',the from a direct line, in her great Railroad Bronson, Mr. R. A.' Child, Col.31. S. would have; il understood, that she, did we a large amount of building-intended to be troops-that, may; he sentjthere.to. 'If rem ve7
to Pensaeola and enter Florida in the them and ih; ,iEe Indians have sash
Flint and ChaUahooehee they would come Perry Col. Geo. Leitner and Mr. C. ;: sp
A- not in her convention ,
of Hamilton and thence appear as a suppliant done the preseatyear,has;been postpone r ;
"? :; together that from thence to the Western County run dread cf alas SureJar s.atd'.1-cecssj.
Price, the committee under the second r "
the Middle and Western Districts on this account. Prices of brie
through common
Verminui they would keep Tfr1 close com : ia.lay opiaioo,'icsttad of their_ 4ta>ieio
resolution.On .
'' Jl&ey'wUh each ,other, .The .rivalry of of the State, on condition that the rOCRTH OF mac.As range. from $6.50 to $i at the, wharf.. -quiet'* had 'wbaMttiBj
people 3Iiddle Florida aid in the workto motion of O.B. the Articlesof prperlyaVfce?
Une*'thus located would surely prove fatal Payne, Bricsr-makers-I demand $30 per monthagainst .
the amount of $800,000. the National is says they _ri;:ii wnHnB libjuj,ajcojflisicn
to both and:old not be desirable to Association drawn up and presented to Anniversary, near $13 last :.
the friends of either; and ought to:be a- 5. Rewind, That the Convention look the meeting by the committee,were unanimously at hand, would it not be'well for our citizens year.SSThe i I between 'tStm! asd th., surwyiagr

roUed Savannah,as expressed ia the forward' with much desire to the connection accepted.The to haTe meeting, and arrange_mat.. dew York Trilx> _a notua : parties..wh5d. ia.tt pee of procractiaa.
of our Atlantic and Gulf seaboard
a resolution quoted,"as willing to meet Florida as provided for under the Central Atlanta committee immediately commenced ten for its celebration in a becoming manner with gret1 npcithat; aace.the ddi'! ; tingwi&a&eleetiitkf araeralbffoioeTheir .. *

at a fair aM point win subscribe iatheiliddl SOO,000* diatriettprodded : and Gulf Railroad.charter, and they taking subscriptions and in',the course of ? We should site to know that some: of Janus Sauth; the culture cf the Tea removal.. '' S. -m. 'I D'. _' -' "

The ,'of the Pensaeola and view the enterprise, proposed "to' be an hour;6 10,200.was.bscn &. : gentleman had been appointed to deliver. \ Plant o his plantation in&ntb,Carolina- point.' why taen, is, there facS adlfmacecfcplai f -- --.-

L. Georgia+-x is fixed" fey-'the GenealArabi7t$1,500,00&,1'snbeeriptiou of undertaken Savannah in modified connection this IL'th Convention people The Chairman ,appointed, Mr, R,A: an-. Oration" .''another. '- 'to read". the'. .Declaration ..- has beep reglected. 'It ugo s-that anAgnealtonl ;l ja.as to ti* | eind,

: suggests ,carried as accomplishing Child, ,CcL ,M, S. .P rry,. IIonLJIBroasoa and others-to. get .p 'a Collation,: Bureau ought to be csUt w"akh.it8l!iedooeJdir I.t/:li .

ofiSOO,000 being-* %iajorily-cf:that the ends:the "i and Gulf and Col., Geo.'Ltkaer. ; the committee when we night aH duns iira little Jollifition -' lishedjand that the .Coietnmentshould .. ,+rsirr_ fiBlerestar '&"flee ett1tp-r

gtoek;,vill'control Teeommeod 1 the.:dart '''Youriii' that Railroad charter;as far as it may progress under the third, resolution. j and. on. The 4th',,ef July'oalyeMIts.a'.ear. .once faster. sack an c.terpristDCIDF.YTl'oGL .- _. 06 tte :rifistithe, -a .greaiest'naportance -
therefore Eastward through Middle'Florida. :'*A ." 0 't laf 11t1't&oaU, tt 4.' Jto
x;, the $$00e ,000 ef.:stock be immedntely ; motion,it was ordered that the'Chairman, w&rd/4t i SC01' ? We xegn '- rraoWj .
subscribed by the'frknd of the Florida 'RadrtdjSktl this. convention pro. be added'to said committee. IIITrI' to hiss says the Aw J ori.just of the13th reBtve, --,Viai- of the anxiety that scaatly t t
that theEasteni terminus ef the roe .=We-
control that charter ppsea iasy that Gen.. ,Scott met with,an preying his mind. -Sae
V Bold they may Pensaeola and Georgia Railroad shall be On motion,th*Secretary was mstmted find the fou--Jaithe But' last
appointments accident night which is likely to *
and thai they ala haTe theyyV.M'to prune. net know Rita ieoe_ ft M In3'n ai k.f1tJf
may on the line of the State East of the Ala- to send of the of thismeeting oC -
; a copy proceedings the Preodenlx somewhat serious. As : -
: -
the Middle District I
fix placets 0 &u ass -
uponthe pubs river, and Cross the counties of Madison to the deals Jacksonville Savannah down the Fifth-.A teani heC. .{ e .:ci'to r ref
which will be the fair point of connection.' ; ;. _JametH.. CPouIdi1SLthe Lad ; t
Jefferson; Leon and Gadsden,'as far and.iinth atieets about half s4 n n .J IR 'B,
and Charlatan.papemasaehiaire St -j .
Your Committee do entertain, .a if Qlfice >. : t foe
pot Sitar_ thenu. sOn :.Fraaeu'R Xemba Receiver of Public o'da ie'tumb1ea.- agaiastja lagging f aeaeypoathtneitrLb =
h'JOQtebe1. ;
doobt that if a proper spirit of' kindness willing to publish .* abort
Moneys,St. Augustine, L..r is: Ito that haHljeea raised .tb* sup. a -nwliiebdt en "
and eonciKation is observed T
will aroided. Jn'thu; :great' aQN&Eenliy work' we 7,.ReTOlao1Thatiiifarlberpropo od metioa.of.Got rmr. .. meeting Theodort W. JJrerard Begictcrd the {-ndin. b.Favemeat,>and fell headlo.g. fattLe'eo aCot!f4Wr h irid'iiit trtriefi
thai this Bead shall be to connectioaw
open to'meet Taesdaylha"14th Jle;was asststeB pmmptllbyoiaegea. e.
adjourned, on Lancl OfaTsUahiaee. _.,- "
interested'' ;
are equally with SaTaaoah; th other RaDroadj, from point in : t bo so +me"s ;odr; Snm
any Uemakiwhohappeaed to 1Ji.
1'1i aad ukenjxoae.
W.; o'clock ., pew :
M- c1
and should mid bit hrtle spirit of fair- T5! *. p ;
East or South:Florida.Si When tiejo&xed..to .n.i,
f. ppn .
'gs .angatxte,. to .aobcfeU :_wp.porttia
URrituUi fws bAth : Dr.W. GEIGER CPn.J ; -
I > F JV :fcttfad Thai, this ,Convention W, ,: A : the mMaid+ doot '. x : t
the Bey.3Ir Spr dl by tooctE t.j Lie5 ibo tIsdims otaeoa
:.x .la' s-work.met 4qi : case, to i it.,.exertions;to :Janis Bier,1ePj. ,: F < milteaieh.its } -
iUelfj il ii broke
.5" pledges TTliLeTe -W'
.. L : trust radian:taitlw'sai3, tl at is
wt1aaiiiod'ri tat> .1air point u .f&4W reaelatSoopnfl be' 'iiJIaiDD.eoatWJ. 1 **-* : :: 'J t.t'Tl pfurji _.til'b; Wr
keu" least of the tiaaslliotir,
: 1500,000 capital ,
; i4 A felcgnnhK desptfsiaics thaiPlJTPuaci .. .. tai.vHis.was also Eadly bruuxr
SkonMtls14 .. ..1 :_.1 't' r'of. r ie .1 J
'grted of said H6ad and Stu wa1
stock coaSdeaiJy per- : -n ie""Qi-- Ieamotd0 all th, aerie s_. .
.. trton, wd tbe Soad,fmUflar'Penjieol* preges thttrpinioa that thaaua-wUI be ,:J ? a HU* .ct -ofifhe: JIiJIr.:.W.Barton latelytf this .I .. _'. e; _.-su-. sire'' -ak ..4 <."'. C. ..s .A'eainbljroedanlatthiiLaitt ..

', freer thai potnlr'Fl ida wffl h.:A prossptiy. .subscribed. : J' Savannah,.JSeefjrfaaysJT to, receive J-a town-died. ia' P&ladeiphia.iraiihe 7Urinstjln .sa ihe tt $aliri h. w.Jn H _: wu, -

I- zxaiutrcnkof 1. the''jrat T 'Central> ""Road* *- l Pr Reno re I,That the rrerident. of this. Chargeship p from, th* AdmJnartratioar _tW4Qthjearof.M"* -g<7. TftT :.". 1.1 c. ." A"d.c,1.1" r' their gorctnawnir; to rii them at a5fe of$


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th rd 'rp ace His'Jut. ltatemftt' -wuAlthou..1.- ""the it.wW Bought feloc aTiy neck' ;U with- .Jatt.'Ift' t' Eti"t : JJa bf lt. t : ,1 '; .' r

1AS1 e occrr TLta ram the boy wvug&tllOlPc.m8''"money'W'aerer tae''eM ban rf*A>ligh%, coB.tradaonrjrf' CMWIII7S1lOTtdIk1VL' : rP.L 8 as. -' _

E8G\1ri unite with told me that'he' murdered ,thoiaeithtdo'Ibelen ,.' 1;."- the haltles'ih.-bedy 'rcmaiaed. rfearyiiotilcas NEW STOREJ I ..".... ...:

i i iehi1dreD ,he laeir: anythiag ', ". .- _. BACOJSi .tFcr aten* Cartxi 9f FMdGtorge
their "
them Ua whida about &he mmrder, for If be fed he wook Pd a 1-Jooc1. 1: 'ily r. 1 mm 1.,1e I.IaI'ora Ute cWJ. IaGlatf.11& tj.. .

to embleflienrbjf hare told ,Ndtberdo belitee. 0.nvi I j., fj 4r IS : .ef jMkjoaviBesBdeovntry.aathehaa -- T
me. [
,- .' ..L' < .., ,_ .. 4 .. BEEF, N TMers ibW takasitheeenerstoreuKOL VV'CHINtZREdYeb.cssChsd.esed
&hila r&Q" MA ataticIS e had any hand in itThft ire tffteoonodered GOOu-&U, D!J .n.iu Prime lbaIt900 "4, BYBKFSBUILDIXGr *X MeClsSan,AitiBistsfrator e"thY'eitatr
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as nfdjiat irords." -;?-: ::5 :" B&1cIiMt sftgts* h't )1 to B.1COf w llMis. '1 ,- a ; .
&ZDOIIDear t emperfim ; "i' Jbi I6I where he hoper t*.meet Vifl pats-eishge for the .
He bad preiousIjneintiionge. cllJa tt.UCef.t..fa,oIb. .. .... 41 ZhJ, 12" 14Eklasj bunyehMqinrtlcleehe ailS always keep for nale.whiehwHlb .- 4\ t
:: t taad. .. a&reduced prices for cia enry..' His ffariridgs.AdmM1strsfotoflle.gaAndrew ef
tail often told about hi 'son's s.4vai'afiacCerdIa'aa. '. j. :is '
(so ) Tisit to v.DIW' J Chartaev dneniid. aid .
;he wa.ths Ida toot nnatbe reared Mix Shaw aad Mrs Lynch; after midnight .,,Pfcyrieiai wnto* BREAD.Pilot tN;vy.V a< J10 :: ..11- Dry Goods are of aad every heat variety eenskinfef and Greceriea every arttJuneX efthKstehoiee heW aad'eretc of aaat estat U &it.cJ'the
O JYIarida -
in.a j ; in j the tlkiri of$ f Cottfi- and briagbg.home the money.- t with rePrc'1Wr' Hd.cS Ekp wtt ctotMV Hto BUTTER. -:' ;'... '. flU4% ;31 '' : de .1'_ a._ '.._8CIU&r1atoN.J. I. C'I.ttL&n. ,' tlRoB..Z Gbde.e LIccLZLtad.ielstrsiat i el' -

k heeD heretofore too much He then, in positive terms declared he cANDLES, gptra 4ll4 ati 7 Iftii J
try mat aa ** i, U ; 1 \ .BepaWicaacop"- the estate ef Beboeca CharUe.hm ef mid'
m 1I bed on tIle'l1ight of the'murderf .n4m.&u&.pszn.sg..t. ] : tk*yobiie M* Aduaaatiae n ,"' ." eOut7d.ee.u.d,having itod his EU1 M the Che*-

controlled bj poll ticaladTentarert. These and though the son ,bro'.' home the _oyau_ .idies "e4MY tISenthisastbsr CUVKSEfCOFFIBCab: 12" t 'Tt$ NEW SPRING: GOODS! :;'.stde:thk Court,nijpetbic' 0M ttreUbt' **'law"

are reasons sufficient,< I think, to .justify. money and put It ia hi. poekeVbook yet'be :1 eoIs. .<_ __ .:. Ju. iJb" 3 1, lit' JT-HK., undersigned has Jarf revived fcysteamer, 'hi.(Ir&a tavfaf .haaarngainet .
advocates of TemoraL 1 am declared that he believed : "' the mid,eeUt%ne redUea or etWrwfce.
the tpeeqy his son had '- ; f : .an 1. $, 11 direct from.5 inrTwk, '
do tie their said sinless with
the Clerk efthis
not to veil acquainted with the reasons no hand in the murder of thewotnen,and Thousands of Parses wa aaTcrBifagvpoMd '. DOMESTIC fiOOD : -.' A. LAKOK STOCK OF ia and C(tlMKaJd county ef Cora Un.eaer.* rt

that influence those that advocate a different that he !is entirely clear. :J se 'of Castor' Ml;CaJe.tlf Jti, are Ml SlirtMgsSbtatiais n. y4', ,..5 Ii ,SPRING & SUMMER;GOODS. the fUrtee ta day of J'../ Jl, IV..-
After hiring got through his. statement ann that, whil they appear t* Wat&t.the Co. .t11c1 12i Unn which he nowoSars to the jwbUeat very low pica hundred and fifty 4.ar. ,
course, for they hare giren us none, he rUentth, are actaillj Ujiof the'toasts- > .. '-; w :, )2t,1tauib r-U FOX'UASIL' 4.d-that lIsle noUn be puhfiihe1 ia ama.
that there were commenced to joke and laugh although tioaa ton a'series of:Jiaoteii, cock u aIiv !ion, ,> rp_ ;Wj: :;qo-' ,13 The asrartateuti complete ta.variety ef paper s .this Circuit once a week watt the expitaxH
MrVBrjan -
except by reminded of the necessity being solemn. lortof &weabess of limbs, fcc. HSU, H ack re1. ". vn> 4-" r style end toMri- Among the many articles may tionefanidpesjod..' .13th.tin .

persons in. Sooth'Carolina .alone, .with He said, "I hare got'a long 'journey to In another column will bf found the adverse- FLOUR CaIl&1'11Ibl 'zlthaort a i b..bodDome.UeindEtglhbti -* AtrmeeW.iest 11' A'J'O&"AUldp.la..
DeGinghaa.tFrtotedModini ...
million of read j to emigrate take in the morning :lut Idon't think meal of IIcbeBaaek'a XlediciBes, to which we &fii .'IS 00 ; e ..a.U.a.ocoa c.1.CkoII& '
a property to
orer ask and Lawns;from 19 eta eta ye.yard;
the attention.of All dire etlv! interested In QRALK Cenx *NHIDES. s. K
they will get me off trtitfl after dinner u Fig'd and plain Bexages: Silk Tissues Tarftene.Swiss. .
if we are not_ 4 &Tean. Indian war. their owo as well u their Cbildmfa es1tLIn i. Pm '4lbohIoo 1 iOOUNPQVDERj checked Trench CIBt -
: Dg.inseetiou I want* to lay'in' a:gopd"stock 'of_provi-: lirer ComplinU'and *!! diibrdon arising .'Hbf .cO' '( $0HAY' Cambrics.Man, plaid Jaeowets and plain plain; Changabl CoTd Silks LiNers f7eael4rJ7..Celambis C.uty
How '
manjtit[ sjons. And then he went onto relatean from t.ae.of a bilions'tyre,ahoott .le ueo ,t fJIO : frog S7' US1; "Wide Black SflkK Florence and MAT TERM, 1833. -.' .

of the United Spates for, ,the rexnoTa\qi necdote in relation; to two men'swimming ?the'oa'1. renoio*mcdieiae. ,Uobaunck ,UvJ .Dry .11 5" t Mareelme do; A very tne let of EsabrviderodEwias IN Cl1A.VCERY?r JItu'eb,
.1'P'%1.a. "--->-fc-<|- -JJ.. DsenkinsIKOXallkiaia .: L"1 .10. ."' 12 shawls a few xteh embreidered and plain .
eettleintn -
That of them
Iawbodonotwiah to a race. one took aweek's "
the Ac- and Distribution said
nh b.tQ o'beijiict't wtt.IOO S 00LARDL Canton crape shawm Whirr Lace'Mantillas. ; | of Estate.
wl:':";';? '- r! '.ha tecti but prorisions on his back', 'indwhenthe Worn lad. .that '' i .xi A choice lo embroidered OeodePefctedCollars
1, fU. pro D, Sjrap and.Liver Pills bMrv t1bf = I3. Do.LCHdkns.Chimesettes. Undenleeves,Cuffs George. E McCIrilau, Administrator ef Aeheos*
wisb to eoltrrate the soil One is almost other saw,this he'gave up the,bet. each baa the ttnatvre of th.Proprietor K.HOBKNS4CK LIJHLTU1BEII,-' ,', tbbI Oo Au the Utest fashion Ladles Hats at very low | Charles deceased, : .: t:til

The'prisoner then laughed heartily until .,ms ftoa. *ebe are'gvavint. ,steam sawed'i .800' ., 1400 drices Misses and Lacia'J1atJ rich boo.et lib- I .. W. "
irresistablj.dmeq'to the conclusion thai reminded of his condition. ,To this he :'" 14-11. iZnglngrimb.r a 8 OO.. 1000 bon ned linings Ladies and Misses*Slippers.TissOaitors Theodore Charles Hartridge deeraeed.,and AdmlawtraUref Andrew

writers who are'advocating the maintaining remarked that be could not it u'l1e SlnllflfS "fJ00 700 Boots and Boeteeu. c .creditors efa.id.utM.etitebccs ethers thehein awl.
belp C7"Tl THntW *f nun BOWDEN MOLASSES, to' "'fJa! :0 FOR GENTLSXEN- Charles dM.II

of the present 'tstate of repose,"-are was:so glad to get off. In 'answer to'a teat hU aaa ai.a candidate'for u oceof NAILS, llf8, A very'fin*IortIaeutolBftcIy-IUC Clothing having Ma made to appear 1-aS4a-ri&that 't .
i'that believed him D'wl. October OILS .Pants Coats, Vests of< style CIUlit,. and : ThomafBugbee Bunee and Druatlla his wif.
interested in'town r every person SMrif'/ .c." at the elec pem': "f'aJ "f' 5 1 ZO every I Reuben -
in some Charles 1-.O..ti7. ,
way ,; property, pH,",and,that.we, his spiritual ad risers, tion. JOD" Liosetd l.a1 J t2 I 23 fashion a beautiful style of summer ef Trench hat for boots gentlemen ,and Louise his wim,MJeajah Bmvie EtnheuRhes and Xvednat '
also, a superior quality
the sale of tiads. in. sections of the: POR1a. n bl O., :
or ; believed it also be said must think % 22 his wife and Duvid Brandouv Defendants u said '
coQan erarati.
"you -- and gaiters shirts drawers wrappers -
where! emigrants :will rentare to I T.thi Y4 rWa' =- 1800 ':_ Ac- Cloths eassteaeree.'veetings. always Bill reside beyond,the Emits of said Stater sat
couatry Greek and thus
am a / be went on nn-i
.' retpeetfollj announce myself my IsXZ9w,citi- 'S 60: r._ hand. Also Tailoring done loonier en short notice. within the fruits of the United State r
settle: ; IJ V. I fit we left him, about' .midnight, to take sets of Ihrral county a candidate for the. Priai; 2 It 40ft Planters wishing te make Urge bills can do Om mellon ef Jaats If Baker,'CeGeiter fer

T the 1; ioy.jsLtke RersPi4PzBoad his last sleep previous to awakening in of(tCttrt J.f like Circuit Cenrt of aaU eooatypJedjiaj -. SALT. O'SO.P -- as well at this store ns,any other lathe Southern .It.it Or VW., ThatnoUceU_ gbniaii .
&. A Urge lot of iepoe'e.Wear constantly
eternity. .y eH; Ie1.et.d.tO discharge aiy dotiwtotheheet Ji- MWlp&pet.WiaW Ie W.Ctreaft reqafrheg aid
SHOT,Sf all shes,7" "$If 'i .S} 10 on and. The puhCe are noCeited to call and examine .. : .
M etlDg.'A. After departure of the Re!.Messrs. 4lr.7 ahWU- Goods and Prices.'as they will find it to Defosdaa S. appear ad .aiel CPrai&at' '

Street'. and Kensil, the'dupUn thVpri- 1Iaj ,'lW' t, y. G ni.., SEOARS, Sis..' .;' 1m mAmeritaa. 2OG 1000 their interest purchase fcreasb. at:this' .store-every artSelebeing.oldcb.a the,pubUeatSM laW i Elfl within.r Cia leer Order mouths otherwise frees the snJdhOI..( ...

*' netting iiI'11t; ; Nub Jut son, ,the Rev.-Mr. Alexander took their C7)sZ: :EdlUrPIease 'announce the aim of SPIRITS; BIUJrAWl. -AoE3rLV---:- win be taken pro eoafeaM against thenu

Florida,t>n the Ptb .Jun ,1853, parstxsnt place,and the'prisoner, after some1 con' GEOBGE STORE u a candidate for Citrlitftlu Hollaal Ram OUt., ''?gal, I.50' 1..00. ,_, S..2 Byrnes BloeJ,eoraer Xewnan and once And'week that said for four Order months.be |MlIished.ae May I3IJa.nferesaid 1333, ,,
rersation with him for 'several 1853.Ba.1VHV. -
slept Circuit C.arts t the'October .. oUeMar23 -A1ri 16 W A FORWARD. Judges k
of "
for -parpcse I : .
WhisfcsySraABvFlOTUti 1
receiving -
to adjoanaent
an ,
bourse He
awoke about 4 o'clock' 'and. Atruesepy. Teat.-

the report of.the delegates' of the joined in prayer with the Rev. Mr., Alexander. -,-5- MANY;VQTERS..- Loaf and Cra fced* .'%...)_Ib I'l.11 6 SPRIXGi NEW STOB.ENEW AND STORE 1853 I : ,joaeMaa S BciMoaogcw C ._

Micanopj Flank Road Meeting, held on The prisoner then' prayed for fflathic2journa: TALLOW, %Jlb 10 SU3131EE In CsTtnit CottrtvEattern
6th Jane and further for the purpose of the welfare of bit son, and asked Mr. ; TOBACCO1 -" pTht' 20'-P2 Tu- SCBSCXIBESS are now receiving their C\mit of'TJondat; ; for /i1.CtyofDalA1ciZic3Tcri .
Alexander to join him in a for his PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. TEA, IIy mBlack',. 1bfiS j" Spring and Bummer Steck ef 18531
prayer .
forwarding the erection of a Plank Road lJlt4 73 Foreign and 'Domestic Dry Goods,
dear Arthur. The religious services were T\VlXE. fblbWIKES < '.30 invite the attention ef before Attacnnwut sad Cnrnbhanmt. ,
Palatka East Florida to Blicanopy REGULAR PACKET&Steamship to which they buyers .
from ,' continued up to o'clock, with occasion Carolina arriret from Charlettoa every all kInds WtlI 2 00 01 00 purchasing elsewhere. Gabriel Frit.tSu, *,awora te SOO'. _. '

Alachua co ny.lion. al intermissions, during which Spring asseverated Sunday, and leaves.Tuesday morninga. AprlL HA5KTSS A HARDER. 'V- }'
Broason in the chair and bis innocence and his belief &eaaaerf el&k&.arrive, ererjr S. J. IL ,
Ar F4iuTt '. Defendant and
savannah,and rctumi on Tuesday mornings. Moody e THE all others interested err
C. A. Price Secretary. that bis son was also clear of the guilt of Steamer Florida arrive from Charleston every 3aduonYiUe Florida. 'f' awtiled ef the tastitstieei ef the abevw

blood.) nTedncaday. and vetarne on Friday. THE SCBSCRlBEa-. just tom- CHEAP' STOH1V suit by Attachment and Gsnusbment e.g te*r
Mr. Jas. Burt from the delegation to within the Steamer\Tm.Oaitoa arrives from Savannah every .(plated the.above House.Citing it ap in the pear and plead to the declaration tied thereto .
The spectators prison num- Wednesday, and return Friday. HENRY E. W. CLAEKrBAYSTREET. within the time pssseribe 1 by law.' ; ,
.. sad will I
read the of meet .naetJM. use' every exertion '.
the Micanopy meeting, Report beredatleast four hundred. Without the Steamer Sarah FELIX.LIVDfQSTCW
Bpaldina; leaves for Enterprise to please a& that nay favor him with their ,AiL 7'-PI'd.-
tad meeting, which gate entire satisfaction -i walls there are about two hundred scattered Wednesdays and returns on Sundays.ENTERXD. patronage.Particular. rrmE: undersigned laving taken th.lf STou June 11. 184X' ? .3a-

around of att atio paid to lanOida.A. X, owned"J.Hourcs.respectfully invites the Adm1n1atratrJs.I .
of the warm interest taken in said including a large body I .COY attention of the public to his weD selected stock o' ,lIot1ce._ '_ : :

by the citizens of Alachua county.On police. Jane.- "11-Schr Florida, Kinney.N T Corner Ocean and Mo&roestreets.Jaeksonvine.5ov.20.1852 Goods adapted both for Country and City trade tCTERSCSS: haviaw.just elainw ef nay deatfhV
project Attorney General Reed received a leter BHjt Rebecca Frances.Bodfiih JlortonM I ) lf buyers would do well te call and examine his stock ties against the Estate Charles Byrne deced*
motion of Mr. Teul !e the Reportwas Schr Lengfenow Y"D( New EHfort : Good Stabling for fence.Madisin before purchasing elsewhere. ,Consisting of the are hereby ailed upon te preseat tie same without I. .
from this .
Governor Bigler morning, 13-Sefar Minerva Wrirbt Rogers, N Y following assortment ef;staple and Fancy Dr delay duly authenticated to the undersigned.._ ,' .'.
unanimously adopted. in reply to a question as to whether there Schr E H Nnh White doM : Springs, Georgia.Tl Goods Hardware and Cutlery,Boot aad Shoes Those not presented withIn two years from thi* .

The adoption of the Report was followed was any hope of a respite. The Governor 4-. Brie S W r.Weosterd* I IT&WATKDtS take*pleasure In inJ31 Hats sad Cape. Musical Instruments-Per&mery date will- be iorever barred. .'. ,,
Schr Zavalla Friend doM
his friendi and the Publle Fancy Soaps Combs and Brushes and a genera Admin;
by remarks from the Chairman and states in the most emphatic terms, that. -Sehr Peerless Wicks.doM .generaly forming,that he has nude arrangements aannment of Toys anoT-Fancy Articles. Abo a 5.B>-Josrph Fincran. Est., Jacksonville, tf,

the condemned must give up that hope, M BrtgAEammondThayer.do forrVopeningtle rfPRISGS. en the 10th of June. large stock of elegant Saddles Bridals Ac, Wood my authorized Agent.in an bcsiness relative(o'thr
other gentlemen. CLEARED. and Creckerr Ware a fine selected ,stock j ef&M Estate TERESA A.BTR3E.-
that he has determined not to exerciseany The culinary dtpnrtment will be under the mangement -
On motion of C.A. Price, a Committee towards bin. Jane II-Brie;Dido. Small Kingston of'Ir.L Tyner.Mxon,Ga.whose ca- Oroeeries sad Previsions- H.E.W,CLARK.stov4 .' may n- -
clemency U-Brig Olive. KeUy N I.a coring nod knowledge of Outt branch of the bwineM. Bay Street. Notice to Crrditofsv v -
of three were added to the Committee' The letter from the Governor was read 15-Brie P A Pap, Limtkim.Pemarara1ft nas beretoOegiven entire satis&etion. persons harincttVcunaf aenfnst t&VesUtar
appointed by the Micanopy meeting,-to to him by Mr. Rced, but it failed to pro- -Sehr Tinvesta, .Kincrton The office end reception will be managed by Mr. ALL f Jehu A Jeuea Into ef Dwvnl ewsaty,due- ,
a 18-Schr A B Terry Tattle, New Haven G Davis of Chuieeteu,;:Bovth Carolina. Every A. ate hereby netiled present them doZy nxthenwtieateeV .
I the least effect him and he
solicit subscriptions in Palatka and rici- uce upon asseverated --- ----- effort win be made to contribute to the pleasure to the undersigned within two years from -
I his own innocence. New Grocery Stare.rpIrEiub.crib.rwouIdlnfoninLbeei.. and comfort of en the nests. the date hereof or statute win be pleaded Is-
nity, to wit: R.R.Reid, Henry A. \\ck. June 4-Cw J.D.WATK1' S. JVV 3, Dr.Byne.NliJJi"r.When burthereoC POLLY AH3T J'8.

wire and Silas Weeks,Esq On motion rBEPABATIOSS FOB TEX EXECTTIOS. A For ale.MA .' is kept eonstantiy.hand a large and May 21. 1853-It Adm'a ef esH estate. '
tileD of Jacksonville that he well selected assortment of j
for the
J. B. Brown Esq., was added to the last The preparations proceeding to It 1w opened Dew HIGHLY Improved LOT, situated DRVC8AND' CHENlc tS. .Notice
prison yard were completed within a few Grocery Store :: centre of the Town upon which is a large A LLPERSO58 haring,any.demand anint*

named Committee.On minutes of 11 o'clock, and the various official next door East of the Brick Bonding. Bay-etnet, and eommodiecsBaurding HO.tItMllter high. and just received- by Ute arrivals.. AlsoPerfurneryCumbtBrushesSoapsLamps warranted freebuodgenuine. A. ,the Estate Martin Hair late ef Cetumhte i' .

of Mr. Tcasdale Jas. Burt bodies formed in line and awaited has and is THIRTY pee rooms with TWENTY-THREE county deceased are requested to present thea.withiathe
motion where he BOW oa band receiving by fireplaces,with all necessary out-bnOdings geodwaterftnesbaJs time preeerihcd 'by law'or-this uctice .
and C. A. Price, Esq, were added to the the cominp of the prisoner in the courtyard every arrival from Charleston of&wh ,a choice&IIOr1meJl&GROCERIES teem Ae- Abe, Burning-Fluid &c, will be plead in bar; andailthoeeiadebted to-'

Committee appointed under the third Resolution within the northern gate. At 11 tnd PROVISIONS, 3H2 FUUITU1LIAPRlVATZ1DENCZenthe hkh:win he sold low for hsh.Ceeatry.rd.saesIlClodaodPUneI3U7 said Estate are reqjdrsd- tocene forward aid aabimmediatea".w. :

o'clock the prisoner entered the yard,amd which he will leD at mnsaally low prices,for eaeh- AiSO. attend U AS&A UJn'3oirs.'
of the Jlicanopy meeting, to TIS- the procession commenced its solemn His stock consists,ra part of adjoin-Jfc valnaJd r.nICUJl' r xsc irnoas PISPATCM.SODA.VATERANDSYIIUPS rcr. tr WITK caxavA.1D may H- lot Thie beonstdered the most
it Savannah and Charleston, for the purpose march HAMS,BACON. FISJI. (dried end pickled) ble log property in this thriving town,aDd win be sold oUJ3IIL'UTUTOa'S NOTICE. '

of soliciting subscriptions for said TID EXECCTI01f. FLOUR. BREAD CRACKERS, POTATOES. low. Apply to WM. P. DEWEES. ALL PE&S-JX3, creditors 'er legatees eat -
The condemned to tremble CORN GRIST BUT Jaeksonvill,April 2-tf of my ewn manufacture, in their highest state'of to diatributiea or otherwise mien
man was seen
Road. The books being opened, a band- TER. LARD BEEF. PORK.. pcrfectieir.in theinIeiOn..b.bad at the eonater. estcJ in the estate of WHliaatTmeatt,deeVd,
entered.On when he gazed upon the large number COFFEE, SUGAR,CANDIES IIOrSE FOR-' ,SALE. Ute of Hernando conat/, Yin-,-ar. notified to
tome assem bledLDd on catching the first glimpse SEGARS._ TOBACCO 4,4. A MODERN FINISIIRII two storyJcJLUome. TETst, exhibit their claims and ies&aaiswitaia twt

motion, the Secretary was requested of the gallows, a nervous trembling was CHAMPAIGNE kitaated ia a pleaaant portion of AgenVfor the NY.Pelm Tel-Compii.TtA j". years from thindatctGtheaJomlgneJAda

to furnish copies of the proceedings apparent, but still be walked firmly, and he town The walls* are of Lard f DISh, and of direct hnportaticn aDd cftttrtyaxrTarieties miD trator.ot this notice wiQ le plead ia bar
WINE *nJ CIDER LONDON PORTER he roof is tinned There is a vacant lot ad. the
the ; ,from J to 1 Ib.ia a* to same. ,ROUT.STAFFORD, '
of the meeting to the Ocala,Jacksonville, ascended steps boldly. SOAP ST ABCH.ud oining, that will be sold with the house,If de- Anicarraxtedand at aCtremajr low pric feb26-6m Adaiaiatratar.

Savannah and Charleston The reverend gentlemen,and the Sheriff everything usually found ia a ster of the aired by the purebater. For term,apply to GARDEN AND FL O WEB:EED MOTICE.' -- .
papers.The ; and !Marshal ascended with him, and Jnd. Call and examine.JunelS Aprt-tf BELLECBASSB It FIEGAN.NB..1faoteoUIntweweekathe PERSONS Indebted 'tonic
PLANTS tic.CQtThYIEALE1tSseppiied. estafs ef
meeting then adjourned.Hun. f THOS. MIRANDA.fl ALL
the religious exercises were commenced Or above : ., Stafford,late of Hillsberoujh

L H. BROXSOX, Cha'n.C. by singing a hymn. The prisoner kept Pavilion House, premuca will be to let. B & F ias.ouwasesdsrstkcoa&. ',tv.-1I11,rr LAN.OXPIB>i. county,deceased,will please come forward and

A. PRICE Sec'y.Tbc his eyes closed most of the time C.raerS.otb BrM4 cad Bail Streets J' Notice. mar- settle the aaaac,nod all creditors,legatee*and '
&**& Gterri persons entitled t*distribvUn art harehy.
Upon the conclusion of the hymn, the WILLIAM P. CLARK PftonrroE.A residence ore H B Col- Drug'StOre For'Sale. uSed to present their daiau sad doaaads 10me e

Execution of Arthur Spring.A Rev. )Ir. Street thus addressed him: LARGE proportion of Ute Rooms e-f this es- CAB .. &county OWING to reasons of a private nature and en- for settlement ee or leferr Ue lit day ef

Arthur Spring, yon hare been convicted taMishment will hereafter be appropriated to East Florida.on the 18th ieH. n Urge unconnected with the business,the undersigned February, 1855,er their tlalau.wSl U farm*
the accommodation of the travelling pablie. lint WN f MAKE.strppoved 0 be about ten offers for sale his stock ef barred. ., .
slip from the office of the Philadelphia and eentencHi to death for the murder class Carriages with earefo*driven will be in attendance or twelve year*old?-a white spot in- the bee and DRUGS MEDICINES 4e. COLCStBtS SIAFI-OED IdW
till. Shi wand Ellen Lynch aDd the Steamboat aad little dished white spot on the right aide ef the ,
Lttger to the Charleston Standard mura at Rai1roacIladiql.to a ; a There Is no stock ofthe tame amount anywhere Tampa,.Feb. ll.33- .
the exHJ'itiow '*>f that 'rcntcnee'is n contains a full rrport of the erents which every attention and the best accommodation will iBeeabande high. The owner is requested to eomoTustenuggee purchased M the asest&vorahle terms.. The trade xecntorja Notice.Q _
about t' tik place. We have not ceased await them. jane -w tonranl JII'res-t1pay eUrrMtCI tab.her.' X MONTHS after date wm '
is growingvenr rapidly and as the town is growing < we present ear _
the last bourn
'luring 11 COLLL"i8.
C. B.
transpired to warn y>u of your fate, and induce Notice. se mat n great increase of trade may be expeeteov O nat aad,Teachers,U tit H/werahlc
Spring. '" *-' :" :- you t9 repent and make your peace with April 31.1833.jaueLSavaiiuh The unijl't> .the best in town,and musteommandtho6ado. he Jvdf ef Pwbntelor the < aiUy *f BiD

THE steamer TTonda Ceptaia :Thereis.no plaoe in,the wrough, as executrix and xeeator i* ef
His rnnncr, seems" to !1TC. been UD. God. I niw a
daDg'I ant! he'maintained up t<> the Almijrb'j Grwf, lfire whom yon will a bdieoRtine her trips for stew weeks zssioivl853-54. ., this branch of lllII DeII- Any communicntieur, t.eaaejfera final settlement the aaate;.,aadahan .

sh..rtljt.t.nd.uc! 'y -u guilty or not guilty 1M the purpose of painting Jte. Duo notice will, COURSE OF LECTURES i*ibis Institu- will meet with pt.ua.dcm.r JOllY M.- PAY5E.Brjaoksonvue.FU ; apply for a fall dnckarz'as aid tzttv

pmnd of hw' death,a general indifference of .b! murder of tW-e wmnen ? be given when she resumes her&- THE *will eeamcee 01 lb.Tat Monday. ef ,April 35.1853. trix aid executor. '

t4 his fate. His conrersation in his cell Pri 'Qtr-Su fl I no sir! P.s The'steaaer Car V)_wiU eoatinue to rum November and continue four months..'' 'EI.IZllrtJUftCt"ID.! .
r ns nsnal. leaving Palatka every Monday morning R AnsouC M D'Trot Institutes aDd Prac- ,: FIRE I-One, Two, -Three. Zxecairi -
with his spiritual advisers, according to Mr. Strtet-The Grand Jury have also and Jacksonville Tnefday mornB ,,\iee Median*. TTJST RECEIVED aCne aacortmeet of Gona ,Tfl1&ODB.McGtiEZ: ,'. '
with BELLECHAdSJB tuS tNEOAJI.Ageata. J G HOWAKD,U PTrot AnaUmv, J which invite".. h ,
the consist of series Iv their presentment, charged u, and Rifles to we attea eb 1wa
published reports, a and Practice ExtCllCO'i
the marker of Mr. Ritk. Are youguilijrof janel8-.tt >. W 0 BPLLOCH If D. Pn!Principles lion sportsmca. "; .
little SarlefJ' Notice. .
declarations and ejaculations with : 1U.EIXS ft ,HiRDEE .
tbaf crime? > Florida Railroad Company. P M EouocvwU'llrTni ObsUtricsand Diseases l:" Stt'1I' ms ar.erda.te I shaQ preneni aty ae-
coherency, and nothing In io.lu--e th* the Ute eub- W0meat aad Children. and vouchers to he.
Pri4irNo sir! I DaTe saw 50TICE isherehycivea to Ice Cream, ;Aosu Judge ef
C W TTxsT.K D.Fret Medical Chemistry. Probate.SIr
scribers for sleek ia the Florida Rail- JflhIb.r.cgheo.asyaitdmiaw.atas
$liA; toali fence in, hit sincerity with ',' ". I" t: '. I'M4 Company that a meeting of said E .&' .St D. pro?by.io1csy.; THE SUBSCRIBER has erected a SALOON the Estate of James Certusw,deeensedV IsJeefsnid

regard tn any thing be jaid. The 'nlytlteratjnoji ;!:: S t r::" .t-I: : have still' another and sat'bsrz. hereto&rt advertised for H D Bran.U D,"Prot MaterUM edieaaaiTheraMUtiCS. a large and beautiful tree.ia the street eern a.4muome. ut.r. .,
.. near his residence whet he Is always prepared to
is the 13th;Jane instant is peetpeaed to the 13th *
; seen to bane been, from raving last question to ask you. Before God, Jtrty aezt.and that a meeting of subscribers JBRiI .MD,Prot PaiholopealAnaioiny aad fwnilJaJCE CUAJl.oI a quality unsurpassed.nnd 2ttLItCGID.
your son, Arthur Spring, .entirely.clear will be held for the purpose electing Direetonf Demonstrator Anatomy. .. hopes the eitUensef the town will(aver him i _M 38-Sot Sheriff aude*.eat Adminy.'
'J! !' f !*nutbncJ",tbe mm? FS-ForthftUcocns.S1OS Mtnaat** with their patronage.rry .
of the nujrder of Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. seJd',.ea .Tneeday tbe twelfth (12th) .
< Tifttt .5 Des onstreterW Anatomy.919 GrmRequbftoi -Partiet and mmiBes suppTted;If desired. TOL'ZHIAB
or Jeen tn uncouth aari'J"eT.atiDg jest ley of July next at 12 o'clock ei nooo. at the > > : ADUJ18r
Lynch T Suffington House, la the Town of Jacksonville rurt..I3f.t tor QradasrioB.tho samemayl4 iiy7-3t AGBUTTEEFIZLD.Freth 'I keep.M DICZ5Xft em, U flu- '
respecting Lis condition and approaching I'nisouer-t believf be is. Hebad no mm&nce of the act of eoC. .ia otber'Jfe&al CoI .' .' : tirival.'TtT8Trrce't <,. :, ,. ,e ree ,'. --
Dated June 1st 184X .. c. W.WEST.U I
to do with it than I had. Couum'ptiow BfonehitisvArtrt Pil
more ai' Dsanottb.T.culty.Sea per.. Schr.' Andenreed from f .
fite.The ofenenfrornn eaT midnight !- At thill'fiptaD.s lam was ay general .A.Price, John G. Eeardon, 5, \filmil.JfODDel.wan. 'Old mcen, Dropef;;.l yspqwa,.4t ,r-
ctatescnt I. H. Bronsoa G. K.Fairbthks Cotton Ginav
from the spectators, whico-'was, Islaad -'l000Buelssla CORS, AU lrrrgsluuti.sebsirndiosi and txeease*la fs-.

i of Thcf a/"up:' fbeffour nf execution eroan h'TWCTtri. ; but BJOt eBtary, .'"r, 3*)> JT.Finfgan, .Tbos. P.SKe nnedy ,THE SCBSIRIBER'takee e.the tlantrrt of LetCotteiu this ppestnnyt '1OO Barrels FLOBV,, 1Mlee.. .WiD. b.rotsrtaan_. .

are mainly ioelul in te lulltiwbg fr. Street then Mid, .OIy God hare A.M..Heed,', 'JohnJackson, thrt he ttlH eunUBuesthemnaumrtm latest 2S9OO BRICKS 'YAY4Li :1MEDiJRsAa.a
11 Qjmmitriantr* .ttL improved Roller BGiM.doable and single at
sketch' mercy upon your wwilT, his kauarraieu ,ned k reedy te In all orders at the :' For sa re by, :D.McCUET AtiMriloPl.Motist.theesmeybs Mad ComPo.adTouIaFS?, .,

?zs1crLY.' : NEAR:MID.MCnr.TauntJiy All npn ChIt sea Sold thcnknecled nd :: NEW STOKE. f54. shortest notice. Jot the.repautton of the Gins 1II&17-e, taamwill PS.tZtamtDlesssesm.eamry NnniI ia... .

Ni 'jt, JuueD.-Afier rvli- tLe RCT..Mr.,Kenil prayed.., in the mostlernut.m&nDtr COESEft BTKCE-S BUILImJa.;lIf.' 'I. apply to-fh.fMJowtot. ..... te those wne have Jtotice%. ew daa; aad tures atwnr warranted astd$1ObV .
VST[ neema'pe{steamer Florida, i'Jew more theiMis.reo32'e..e4 riHil.isfiiii' ell, Tksn
erriow Kev. Mew Street .- : r rt'ft & ". waaa..riI
u bribe J AOMTI. '
"Ut"'COO'(4 plea: ) etlaat t W prescribed. fie charg*... _
I :j title BALDWIN: *BYRITB. bees
4>4 Ke&ail Spring was asked bow he felt? Attbeconclnawnt14. prisoner spoke Ladiewteet and lJdna'..Shoes SKps and VnUlonga Aeesta,Ceutervfflag, *,Gewpa.LHOUnrd dissolved by the death of Dr.Byrne,the having business ot tissa and .t *wis.
He answered-I nercr felt better in my few words to Mr. Street,and that gentleman beeteettBewand ftshionable styleet Thread laee i, *Hargravee. '"** \ said Ira win be dosed by.the subscriber the surviving : .J1S nJD SLATZS 4 i :
It'when the and silk bettevs W trirD.Rosa cotta.tape" Lswttajcer*Harris,BUabet&town,LoudiCo. An indebted to of neuaeto their ewaeravb a hopeless"esodlfieevwJQbepunhased. "
I ,er JaariqaceeUia
life to
murdered andI
nerer about partner. persons
any person, was repeat eambrie mallaed "
braids end triagea; Swim ,' .Oeorgin. f -- : I said firm, desired to seW tie .' Addreea.' .- >* H.Br
expect todk a Christian. I believe in sheriff interposed and told the prisoner to India nrasKas solid eolered eftmbrie cheap Charles HC snpWdEavaaaah,' Georgia.. >aa e.- w&h against nsBtCe delay as are possible. .. -. 4hM. .1aeI pfa ;...I'nee eor.liasr. Cooper*Otnnand. BILDYIL u. ,
the Lord Jesus arid-tad that be alone speak himself. : march IJ-U" A. 8. Pay poItap JWllIettIfIo AprOe.
tebea with herders Imitation and. real ,1.CIdkfEs c.8&ebbiDe.B SbO&IUb7 Co: I .
t t san forgire yof tins aDd wash any soul. in He> then said 'that W'm to b4 l ;SBTrantt*dot UaaeOea vesQncs whit and ,.11'..). : .' '-. : House for sjile.HOUEE ,JACXSOMViLLE fO HIIY ,",. ,

lu blood,,and thai ne alone can sate me, t 'nitht'o the iporder,ilttfdnek .u--. dH beHere tin' until'told steffir. hosiery Stan desertpdoes; legate augnra -Chot.Besl.LJjth.wecd. sufor&e.C '. rf' f1empld4laofer.dfos.sale. It Is aitaatedjOeaMaipert -"
and I else. of Q MACHINE wonicar
anything knew jkny'thing .
nere he nerer eofleepiekles, olrres tardinea eysUo. lobsters.nd 'Ree.ceaoviJeevle, .E-7Ja. 1a. of the town and is adesinhto .
. Islsobeli.naiAereu.rrectiosof the by the officers.yooraoolnnoceatK'. / .' : peient sBedSclaes eTvariow km**eaneatetv* t Karris.Leer a Ce,Oeata.. NaZ.LDsks.iPaktk For ndars.aT7aHkire.pieiit.i .v 1 'PUB .J Jaclsonnlle Posmdrj ,and4f

. body, 8.1.1flblMka
tAe bee*.hardware eutlei c. '.
very .cse.JIa. '> -
. everiaatiog" after death; ,and that erery nAbrrcplJcdt EWe sad ereekeryef every descrrction, looking 'I1Iea-a ,$''f'IJ' : }.ff f : tfce,La& &, ? ;

lUll joust'pre an account of ererj action "My son is entirc'Ijjunocentofbloodr .kDe 11. > 'Watts.. .*Cole,' c.Fin." rpHE slo.eCJarkaeovilI. and vfemity are re- .IWl''a -
of his life,. whether betwdjor evil and Mr.Alexander here exclaimed,: ..Lct LaBds'For S -r. :., ; -Jl .5., ..pestfmfly Uvitad to attend a p isting ::. 'Y'l-
rI B PUUTTAT ioyr' 'Xdra kei:1taher and Brushes eai'tTilsi ellNEW Which wI he held daflr a*ther storr. Messrs.Isnkine s. ., .
ia ,Buiwrj f lVejnckw. this tbe!Undr _'
: a plaWW throughout ,
'r"'J&ocb41ltialMnt Iai.stteM.4 heutJ Ja.saberetbet a&'en&enMLI'mea nDtDtc0iM. Hires[ Powers.* ,1's.tt1&c.. m4 sw.
t" To a fluestioa pot\t. hina, ;(whb the The'' rrrtrend gentlemen:then 1ef'f&be foraad.sh&liriI_*..o.-o.in.. a.t fat-. .CTIDIi.wiD ..ecsa.a. to eDaM the best sal best selected a.ostzoi- GrMXBUefXnvurBrssK,' .,k .

';' open Bible in his had)-rDo you feel that gallows, after shaking"hand with the""*:, J ,.b,flciWia *>.2..t.sno...lvHslt,.& :. Wtrr&t. r J U.S. l' JI1J lr lU': .evntewsghtto- HAyKISS Iaa&1'bL"* HARSES. CaId8 ieBsecaarafauntMhsdWsMsireejntred. =MIfa.t- ".

'1 God. for, 4'Ikciceepts aDd forcsjt sosier ,. trTenmrtlsI1sn,7to w aay", y14Seoou adenf vcd has .& :.' _'
answewd '-t trnsihe executioner t.bot aa* :- ui rtocived, a tariety.f 1\.TEW'.8'toeE-Th .
The arranged Sres..t
" : sgWstoria.Foe'y .1,' .s aaf nddkleoV$e ,hh',s* ,
Bekao prfaiBomaaera
pus .
'.i, does an4dooro.blea.J'T.zqsestioQ drew the- over Lie faulte f \ -' which eaaMea Slate ., i ,
cap School &i.Ma.beasLiM1IttSst DtvI :Tkredlrinen '
ro. Tales Boobs ,_.RIIc.
;, nUt ia bu-Do.';.7o / the props:e jmove4fi1Ltlhe .WI8JW', .'l 1I'' 1Jta&io1lU7.. ..11aMSih.mal 'Brnli\aBy. srticIeuth'phjtidaLncr, Piaster' :: ;--- etGOO; .'

: tU Cnr"Of God before trL. yro; YilJ1' platform,aad at a quar---B&t'POKJC. JL BACO'I JTJIlekw '_ ,-; ,PA.TH'S aUG STOOl ma 41lOHN jmolxtjca Utmost f.ivorsbtetarma.*, ': .i 1LE' ,. I.andena.4ie.laLt. f
; o'ebciribe' ftll and AeTictiai 1\1 1 PAn -'_0.ConIJaJ.? ,.." -
aM for
. appear ftt si few1'fioors ,t'ifeyer tnt ter.afier.il d p {; UP'-.Jad o.etved -* Corn I\ Corn it. N. I Byrne's BuildingFL00& D j' ,

:-, who. Jiai in oS.or manner" 'b f tied of"t ffcnded justie* .trong k& ., by, _. scCV( TUSTUaIVDpet8cJar..GMJ' WSJ4X0noz. apr3t A let Just received and'for & Apothecary SHAILI-VOC3 HalL,' PttLS-a. .
. ? --Ui endr- do-aodl Heaven and cartb. -. jTsWhai. Wine vio.srror ..toil J Be pLM Cote.for nJ.ltr.arr -
m &Q& fxos 1) jMPAThE. ..: b, McCUZS. may 2 )lr'\mJ'
.r !_Ltrg1T.'me as'I forge w thea."* Hi fell abeol two feet and a half, and .1 apr30

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TH.FL.ORID 1 tEWS 'tJtG1ssional.f t1 s: ..',BusintaFRASERtTHOMPSON;'m_", .' ,. 1IIfkds'.Stages,, &t-. $" '"CB&IiLB..ZI. : .- ; .ggQ J? h' f .

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TtTBLXSHXD*mow.amraZ'! 'ATj .ftll I .11141, ,. CBAlLESTM.AND lLOJID.f Assn';. aded wpcae Sdat1Je Pr .- :

Jsela..tt1ts11irtil tesrdlrftr'idb b7_ PAWD1 .aid.stl 1yTege4lferabe* a.erb J
A1TOfIIEY.IMsaIJIATI1W y8olldioraft "" J&t ,:;> > J bongperfectly aaf a Tkea taktm.'aad' 1au sitar
GEORGE. CT.. TO. .' ; <,. ban kawwm U t.flhi ccris*tk*saastaWiaat
,11 = : Cluuteezy, .Adger's If ortla Wlucri.nn aIL .Vfearca BCTtr out wftin tkliltaady .

Tnxs>-Tin XUbry}vcnn ,itsdnaeah.paper t JatfesttfOLB.-Uai. IT aL a.'c 'C7C.'frOlIHT'"A"ND"' .. TCOKtDlC. .. is aaca aaed fr.rtk*Uct tkat II sot oalydestroys
ap .
1f 4 .m.u'n.nc- '
.e ; these ka rttaartft alUk* Ifta*aa*
>a E.r Ki.ca, I Art.. l noxrsos .lLe.gb N Paiarab t1 w.14esaaK '" *""'
.. lets at|k*eptieaeriha PahBakea.SrBewiaglerasr k "7 Tat ssaca*wklek EuyreSaaia: .-
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c'sesdp I
( 7.AamUtcusTa' wiD b., t.det.d ft W tU 1rosrEr.4T' LAAcOmt ', : "THCAWUXAPALATKA .Ica cBAllt>t ra THE,TAPEWOBvM.. J%. 1
S. "..& M. GfLBERT. -.y .id i i Y 1WIftirC will*' .
.Tkl nakta iwaf'Scalt to destroy to
AT.PAUTS ;P.P.' w .iV. 4
E'fteeI .TSW
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:'Oae DoHar ,aftwelT tia.a.d wader, "lACrFACTTJKEKSoBd'tVBti'LERS k tfe t *
that )1 JItgnw
fan >
1FILL'preset'.b tbd E Cora Crew3L B. b all doiwiatiooa of u.a.aueu. ttA.Kaad J1.cK T "J .
al neW** siSBkaai *- astac1e4 tl Wdd.I tb sad MInE I I run J'I JJ.JJtlT
tetkofrstiasarfioB, s \T- trertetN'.,nor, eata vii b 111..13Saad1iftatsuTSaTI tet3 sett :
>* iaaartioav ?.'yearly advrt *T$ ft Meal .. F'nal.U' RsrraSum.Ciartaws. 3flZlLeZIDli111eis.CBAILPlfICl3f ejiei' eCe4 aad Watered it*iWivwsiacs ad stall .tG fruts.isdr asMsaii*;es sat
T. aai 5. T .
*eeeatwBbcaadeucrfiex 1'7 II&3'P.. trill' aodtsts.peedste1 .Tsisoas44.g Nsiwy D7 Sawa "4" ;.
ttr' eIY.11 IV .MJM f tb'o e 1. l'ear. stock,>kaa C GOar eitaair. aad Teassa p II a oVUek A. CUIE,,I.i iJ whirl is the atlas ofsaaay jptag t.the grave, cirelf CWGB 1fOA B "aErAETUXA4
ATTOSI4''E.t ,A:r LAIC.dS | P.x..3ACDtSTILLE.F ,f."dwk..A-X., ,Wlierieg tkat these *Jo>pUia eattr By n&r rspetfaBy t eaU wtorgroattsiaoaialiia .aaa
: sieve y aragaSar lcy ssqaMtod oa as,as a.u..r.d sits aB at.1II&eIW'a. .
re..e.d t J.etrr9lr;J'I ad riI stylo aad atawi aad !'rely lfraij 'ewaa iBeaily tkey; CROUP CuxcxrT1OB .1
riq t.eu..u.'JII seas s>y h*arrrtieaed'nd H of Zlatl'larfo sad eact V* way "-
eit 'l Ia Ole Ea dew aM E.d iea Ctteastitb. say ar6da b* gktaoTealiMaJmatar* warraatcdia wkb K rroadt d ao tka yowTorkgUaaakipfcCaroBM
ttsandgad wi4 the.drestia sad ia tk U 81JiCict .
c.-t of u..fItaa. nrpect.J7 1 II." atl< 4vttktkisaw.fal .
lamaia are
M ibIxiet.1Fiatda every ; aadtkairn fataaiEoa av i f tt.atTres ia 4m eat Ser1lcm
crJA..uw .th
C4I 'tf' ra-p fraI QaSaItIa.c XattiBXtffia, foe'to aealik, I reccaaawmt ik* sit *f'BI J1HVrai .. '
-f/l(it.irGeae rq ieds wiII bebc6id ati1u4ellarplr.r ..1'-. .US y LEONARD" CNAPIN.Zazuftetarer fire Pla tats aaLPaiatka, 11-0.. fjrvrn4 Leer Pt.lt; n$pop t*Wtakvaia 'Itof ia.Jt.u;-

Coops k BasIIger; l tDla1lr iss.D &rfwrtlKrfMemInrflmtm,, doeesdtw.tabtitpetafastbrtstlat. Wg e*t.emed ealacv wfcV Bth rTor taste
t.r Fin Doan wie cM1pI.e&e let .a ni..e ofCABKlAOES 'HAXX 3..CAI..1nDdAS'. a day tk a take froa.v*to eigbt of BTJ LHerr nrntiTinTrrTf-TTTtfrTfrTrrarir ,
; rrt, .
ItL& 1:1 Mertfss
dtsaes.BNagor ,
eb de.dAaia' ; i. KtadMfodgaaadpasjitkewora BystsiaU i*argaaG+xe s: tarssir si* kte geatfr;
iottfs-a. : : fli ** SAwti.a, G. wi doer Korlk of PaTiBJoa Bator aad S Wax. S.K.SZn Palatka.fdn. : .Jatbatdtt. Iref.ll.ringtbaedireetioaibeaelao baUai4 Bad wilt great '."'tS* VM'*riVa(

diet Baser cads Per w It N'S.tieet. pndice iaaS tU Coati of the,Ia: rt err .W OKI B$TslCKTv CfetfltltaM 6.V' eases d Tape wvrss eaa.Vi>speedily! and data stdiIaaL
Lepi.r 1 -'U'--C at.; ala ia the Esters. Ci>. FJecaatstock of 88.Boeb8aauI. 8TOMACD", r 'TSTAffilti.J ;
.Debtotx id. : nit ell1on aad eosstaatly oa kaad.-Prbos-; .FOB'EVTEBPSIEII: BOUND 0& r
._r-.: _t.es..IAdtaGoa.- S MRiltorfal OSe oa tka Eay.'oTW. the BepaUkaa Scadlsc'Boom. : terns seeardatisg,. ate'.l-JI AND UTIR3ZIDLATE L.UDD'G5.Jiit" TkJ*wxrns is assail veal ia tk. aaaUia- 1

Apliinteafardr ar.tatAd.alRrotaG l' CO I -. .- -- -- ---' ; BPAtDaasBBMberregalar teatues,'aad it Ik*.wcrai.aoaioomavoadresuyet t.ebii= -.. & flM u 1 >' ,
Tkostcaawr -
wttieo tae garnets W sdt will k.kr. Csaeis PGtoris. W'JLS.BUDULI I'Carriage and Harness Repository, 1lCGo Cspt A. 8. !n& lariat ttls aot ratirely Gaited to Ikea,a*

4 i4.tVntH TfrirtitiMC.Cy I DoalX tf As tar WUk 0-.5MIQ v..c--d bees theasgbty .m"'ril dolts kara fireqwcatly bees kaowa t*safer : =

-I, -AD riEp M JMCCM win W iastrU-l p l.i- t' Felix LiriDptoA. I MEETING AND ESTWOIXThS7J., trips betwoea tkittiao aad whk then :.T**Sfigttmt saoa jmalanifaHaesa > .t1Mw u4 K
*very Wadaawhyat Ih a1hcfecl with this ve.bsldaessd rtleub.ssCur
t",. I AT'1'OB.1IEY AT LAW, Ckixlsstaa;S. C f .daek.L"ilammc at Palatka aaaodar, *f the belly. sliay stoolalmraiai *f 'diq.t'I5e.w.
AI.b2u\i. er'vaa1 e.rmuielia wtlbetared pAEEIIOES of every doserstiokt1&*lowest at II o'clock. sad rails ,
JaciI.sitt.r FLA. loa''acc Paiatka ever* Tkanday lbe basely picliac.s diu"Ie mtwakder a : hails..dtisaau4T1 .
\J pries always es heal;sad ao sBlala said sits Goats
A.1L. a.n.etwb tk* 4 .
aiasi.ra.fiiCT i. tke If of' BACSKA SS> .leal
AI ke. eras
I April2'- tf oopt sack a eaa bo wanaatai iatkeftBes* tern sad at Eatarpria aaao 4arrotaraiac eyes, yaw "
AII balls br Job Priat rest.pid 5ab. I \yI.." X:1LXITHA'J. .a11eriia.. aa arritiac to tersest y-tb. atoaaoaWcUkaaadCanGaaJbrFaraaaakaadCkarhatoa ettitdres bare aay of lk.aboTty i*
.iehW7 eft r..sek C. A. PRICE. WOO firBUP eaasaWy fccd. tbi smwsttEe. tistotka* is cares tkr

rUletlftrahl ua easn+eatiear.I I C. rx O-AK, Forfrr kt or paMf apply.M board or toBZSBHC pealed-by aaiag it yo* bare a aerials disease.Tkr'wTsshiY.dl'isatahsa. .I

ass b.most Pr1,b'east's.Unti. ATTOK5JCT, KOLXOTOB.Palatka. WATCHMIGER JEWELER A CA50TA.iff JaekMwfCIa.K. .. safe sad speJy cue sad if after a&BgU No
Florida ** B. DVKES.Aetst PaUlka.jaag coriiagU the disedi u the pat teat isset rFs= -1Imi
tTIDe.w.. If loved. meaty bets iatrodaead,witktte'STfrart*
AQEMTSiMij. attend tk*Coo of this Ccmlt.jaal .sadbeartssthnwsjhiyeraFrated '
F".a- 3au 1iJ PI constantly on & *a the t7stes yaw caa rat ajaarad of.awaftcr of tW KOBCAC Tnttttmi{*
Ta1 awte
Jon Bun a ,
aaadfao assortaoatvTrSkr of Hew-Ycrk Packet Ltee. then a ere res3dy beyoad tk.'grave a*f at die at7et Baltiaatts essd tlletda+R'ttrd:b

J. 0. nn&Do 3f.: Esq, 0caIa F1a. T. cur ZAI1I31VCrawrwaerrr *.Jnrtanr sad FucyG..ki fail,tker is a* aatkword arfaibwizh.tkosa practice" awccttded'uM adsrirakrr.ia

JOB DAU450. Es Tarps Fla +r1 r ka d.u w ale ckea for saiL. ,-...' HVra'Srr y. : .wring t..tIiMu..

e Gca.S.Rrsacu,Krvsmacrnte,FU. fcinp A chMt1JptftII' tb a-4r. aATUE ASCARIDES, OK SMALL '?HEADWOEMS. cribed. as.etieia They II.IC x.akak.Mesh.t.orl.
f 1iaer. aD tea.
J.J. Kawirr Amgator Fla- Draft a ttknluxnosoti/JTriorf
CApt MALONE TAYLOR- depend tt +zed'
II k fU it 1ft bta peas wpeav '? ;.'
.B. F*, Eaq Owej Furl,FlaCea nmfn'L\'A.if Lumber Commission Merchants SEW AND KEQULAB ,UKE :.OFPackets. .These woriaa f*wkiea'tk boas systeai i* wubtht erperraie.frese Kbsatuiet reed'

Cafe,Eiq,Atijustiae,Fla.JAOUO NXW TOKK.AJtDJACES05TILLE. .between Now Tork, Jacbottrmc aadPabtk liable,arc tk asoat troaM Mmc ef all ot ken:- sad>dieiai FjkyMCfast sad atrictry fa e/M

Ja Cedar Sey.Fh. FLA oetSS-tf PEXLADmPItrA. *.tomfos**btb. .Ntkc tales.( Fkaraacy, and as

xe A.5nna Philip erJ.I.dTrOllNEY Very rapeetfally solicit ceangbaesU of .. sad if allowed ta reata. froat the Liluiiasitkey aeaoaaayservijBg his u.npiee..wh.etatG; :

8. Oucu,Es=c W.atb M. *eOUXSELLOXAXLATrWlit Sbvtient Lainicr and m.ilea, dx. JOSEPH OEICE, 370 toss,AfSoora Co aJERSXT > prodase, lay tk* udatioat frtasss sat so readily AS the Cut;Phyriciea hire hires

Puctx,La>t Fteiaiagtoo, FI.. J.ccoo TlLn Via Liberal adrueesBxade. Refer. 0.\L ISO toss, J.8.Boons,Coa'r. disorders sack u mtimttwa of.tk* bowels: ..JII'Ia'iJCJ'ftCtiC"1i

C. P. COOTM,Ei,Sarawak.GaIl I.T.Baocx,FAX,|E-T.&tsastsItarFbla. win pf/regularly betveca the pcrtsi. sal.tkerden.go.eata.he'ata.arh. The PMr sewer(. r ,

attend to say pMfecaioul bwluei T.EBffMJCAY..JfttmmrUtt. ,fl**, 'Agent IB 1 eti Tort;; v best wad safest Brdjeia tkat eaa be ased D .&etke des ripdie Paa>Urt ,t. b* k>k

Q tttI3Bar r : to his ia tit Coartioftl feb t:-1y JOSEPH GE1CE;Water-it:; BOBDSAC1t'S_0&11 8TECP. Sack laths pritis of all who km tk.'kfofioiacs lor aJrraeainMkaauatsf ;

E uteri Clrttsit nd tbs Payrca Conrta a Agents in Ja t soatlUe, astairkiag e.er1 atedkia* wvrr*.4JM.r a- Jpcaj..IMci rr

JOB PRINTING) OFFICE. T.1 baff. He baa sled seda aoa4ra&tjou SMITH iVEAt WHILDES I BisBEE ft CASOVA a.that defy. aay oat prodae a case IlaaxrE.aiw Au.sa, _PiiurDarn.

-- eomafdi01l with aa able Lawyer at Scab ix Apa11a1"aWb. where ay Wana Syrap sal liver PSls an r Lie &r .

bitch City.aa will rttsvrc a prompt sad area PAINT! OILS A5D OLA3Sr B.DUX1 e..meaded to be seal they will ad can. AIL L-MArm.Mja'-J' teat afcriratrto

U T1YCt nerir 4 rea 1'. Toik a RPI1 e yeoIloetkiB of rack thanes U hay b* pissed 'a, AUroi. directed,..tkeirPKUMPILY CABR 1h1l M that if aevtwrty is 101lR I"5-n.ie atwrr- innmmnt jowrArrrAaw CcaVa"J.-

Tnu4 other aaI-'a1I RiSaWe for Jib 1'rintaagwe B kia kAadj agaiest tie! .:States. 8a C LmD Z1Y FOEWABDEDiStptrabcr dance witk dlmtiou es rtb bathe; .*dia; lye C4ntr ZF7 roan.*&: -7

U at tk ahortwtCtrcvten. u.ic. S pt.StlitlW9 ly : gentle purgative U find ia order '
ire row fwpatrf czte X 4,1892.tf.(BfpaWicaa tvyjPOMSETPS due m req 4 iwsi.JeasAsarowaya'hpvdseab
?* ee CAST .. ,
| BAT,errosrre H.SAAKj
an kbIdI 01 allay the u issues they prijcetke" Liver ptesrsre t*ai*a. tetaoayl.tit of.sb- .
A. A. OCHUS158TVCTOR .CMSli TOSS.C. Af"LOXEC PiU7,. crap tbias:acdea.aGd keaitby ui fa.or.r tko tnmrtirerre tfttrw Wr

Law Ha" titfb..edaer .- of-aococcb ,BiM. and porter They keep eoaslaatiy ibr alt agoaorairajooftaoat IND T., operarlea apes tile bowebL is the aid pte.- I Bierrk r C"iisl h:sad .C the''ZIj_

.. (aids, a.w mua.TIdt1q tb.l'iaaa sad Cvitar. woaidroapoctfafty of' ", aat saedieiao that caa Mbl_'. C "or.1 hY bsit3ieqir neaaatewd'ssi4
.. IAIII.,, aaaoaae to tko cixiseaj of JickoMrrin PAINTS A OILS o/an kiada.VETDOW GLAM TH2 3IOST CEKTACT AM SAFE SEUEPT I aa aeet taluUe Ilse.DaL N
Label &e., dec., e.rr and Tieutily that ke will be prtpaiad froai tki AXD MnESjepTS.TCBPEyTDrE.CAMPHE.VE. FOR THE CTBE OP HOBESSACK LITER PILLS. I E LPTst b.has .
ad :
: s the iM
tAiLial lit of J UTJ.to aCod perftetoatiatutioB tan, SPIRIT OAS TALLOW Chronic Diarrhcea Dysentery No o:tke is more UaK u dV-
AulW for awl y. ,t.Aepaila wko auy faTr him with their*- -GRlNDTOND& and syctem err_ Cniitl1 ia f C.-.ilJ.. hap}
? 1.. Jss.l4.r'3IA.r Roe aa BdatioM from Col.'. Braard tat dire PCILPS CHALS WAirA Assayer >;yratitti tt tie ptdlie. It eau ties tbeiaa.if briagsapfEed with a aBMroas piM ers;*..tkiats it ease of the tssa'eew-

tiaraUkcd PUni U of tko 2ortk eaa b*aeoa d say PCKn.k.k- steals wftu iltfvm wrrilitf Ji61"k.. biped vessel sad serves,sad it WiieA Teslers and cheat roatnTMtiaa,'IMi| BTuidtooarriaJtBuow.3'
KNOW THYSELF." : dee 18-tt dtkc, blood of cMirs flowhgtbra .u _
itrekl2-ly. vr IT HAS SOT FAILED TO CUBE is A .
Ail)ntalnabie Net for 2S acts 'Z myf&aiJT sINGLR E.SZASCL1.2 part of tlc body prodaces Liter C.slkarr, .Dett.L D.Saa=tiffs'b.Tt semi.

-d have uopy." t altl. delis.thaatuM MARRIAGE, GEORGE ADBOTr.tco. Jars,+ire; E&"luedeaa.asDjrpejsaa,4 c J tc I tend Jeer tshrrZ.rei1.aeferslerMs -
T.lut.1e prrpantioB 'co.po1lde-l
A acvvia retired and iaJn- TUB
teal std yawed .e..ttJ'.Mt Bay tn tl' .'a..tiCaifnlrlfl several swilidaal root growiej ia LIVER CO31PHAIXT et Bs.cbiM a tdaajwt'ib th.aar.
TlOCTOB HU5TEK3 UZDICAL NAKUAI ,"S. GDtaecaa3A the Wilds of Fioi ls. It I*mxiraal wnoc- attended such chills sacceeded by iner... I malts u4 trees beYWV. fill ire aaajaa

U u4 Rand ckfcrt .AItietdCotrtaia. ere Vegetable,aad de Tgad ESUCUIAT fur the vet pains ia the region sf the Liver,voaiticg, :effect,I caa with the pear d-coxSdeac* re-

tag aa WiUia of the Ori a. Progre. Treatamt waW' II 1lLTbwwb.i.M SPIRIT GAS .A CAXPNEXE Cure of the above Tk loreatcr aid litter bate yellow lund toepoe, pobe fill !oasameadlt/'fte: ..

sal cue cfrrgfy turn at diaeueo 0tractod kj tw6a.omit.i t arili..5W.rww. wail larpd.my daaipGos fir 1M. Proprietor U fafly ooimaeed that it isaaiailo sad bnd Jll'the pain ia the die fa isereasM I .11"& .vt wrlIb rB aa that ke tare

ProlSuaI IateftMne.lIy&eti "M .twin :h.kb. -J.pins.w M.t 4Kab e.5.el ats0 ble MrficiBf. I.'. bet tbe'trst that be by pra arc, should the left lob be affected, adntawnrd fbrXryccrWnarto kb wifc, .ba-
with dries for ir seise. ,- e..wa it tie I
Saul EXCCM >* pnYnc
by writtea ia a briar M yUr aridiaf aO BteditaskaiealHM eI bale 11& unwT.raMSarrsae.a.wdmw.a.bwtrr.- | EngIDhmericau mitt LeadPainb us gives it in the talr* ia vkkk kc resides the pain is geaenllj ia the.1efza04llcHr"win bas bead tie Brfmtttftf fr/M0o>. pen. aaaV4a

r ,aid erwytti teat irvaVI offend err e..he. of kind Linseed aid tad tie.1f.*UM;tuetu nitb' irUck it baa a alum dry eoagk, tke tii teummg /. yd- that sbe-ri.s rt-v.nay!rq herhea.,4lagsaladt .

tka car at d.eam 7.from lbb naalt*f .e.s ttreaty U,i.I'IMl-"wfwita at err-.sire.rw.. ererj Sperm.Oil met,vam&ts kim i.saying tkat it is a POSIT1V2CCEE. low rpfenna, aid the stills clay etirt4.Tkudiaease Jl.1aWiWWi'-.b ter

ytan jaee*.f ol fmetie neluiniy drroUdtataacwaef ,.a'-J = dat.aadeara.as.nn IHIlMI. GlasB, POUT, tcatarck Ho Las.tk r fcra*oao to tko caa t.enredb1 tie ase of BEX- sots good this*tf 1 >,T s ea5eB sac fc-a'kcrc-

dinaaaef.tieaU or prirat .. IS TEA. tz JyWM. d.ter.inatLan to place it rim tkc reacb! SAcra LIVER PILL, as they sot directly- lathes said wej*>*bi*artHe.1 aovaoLSTTM3T ,

all,kaovia*bow nw.T-taffer wil4 tlais very; apes the seat of tk*disease sad then operatiai af the best Arvrwtoaics aa*
tara.T vkiek ii ad _
.. MIl .ad die faD s.ew..5 en
ahoY.dinar,sad a treaties the n. I'IpI'I
tympItmi FACTORS ia the Sootkera and West era-States vuiated.u I'. write'HT*>resAtsfetiMh ,..'
and car of the F rer sad Agate tor tvevtr- WMr..14__. iv.w. is Mrff hfc Ao o.-&'. Aa Ot .KneetrUt aafl6S
fir.safe copy aix.C *M .n. doUr vQl be b.ew we.tm. a.* *rear.! Ami vtat *.,= *** Ia parekasiag ray INDIAN LOXECUST kepartieabtr DY5PEPSLCTkesyiaptoiBs far p
g of tb. United Etatea Inmaa. eK'a.a..a W* aii<< Mt b0 If HI*,it amt look for written afgmatare .j< f 4lr7 Lay part ItrJI CommissionMerchants., nsy *f]epepsit tad its varia.
frea'of TIMUK A ddte....M U paid, fawieda.aatt..Iiet .atioUbL diseases great she aad tern e rira for the r JWf, t J'
Cads V.PablJakcn.ee boa 1M.P,Pkil &KDOLY AWD STARTI.13U >.11 COCTOERX inuKr I refer the public to a few eertifieatrs below are after diuiaecsia meals.lae besl soofaess. keiribara.cppTtssioa care cf the diseases for w kirk tV-y'en' rVcvokacaaeO

MIkii ia witkavt eteeptioa.the sort eoatpre"ktwn 1.t.euidi..eiawrawfai.taaaa4bV vaaifr.adwai CBAKLUT09, t C.VautLLawtoo selected from aaoag may received from>*. eating arising ,tkey bear tke eridea'*!>fit1 led
and iatanOtl work pobHjdMd oa U.eUairftoaamaCwMeh "- I Wa-X-TavIov. from the etomaek, it,sad soeactiaKS general: ia their .
care prep "' sal 1 of .ui.
tS.TaIU JteboBtni ry ,
pecUble citiseas of |
it keata AroWtipR aQ taeh- R.Waiarkt Baeoa.I Josopb T.iKn.aArei Isagaor ike-wkole body;from ibis it sill bo apaaJ we take pleasarr i_
ror.r. SErr. Ttteata.aeirrEthe.
aiea1 terms it a&bwM itMtf to th. 1'e&I01I of ita WIn AID BO'iaKap 1Z ly EGBERT seen that tk*dress ow es iu erica t.a dijrgaaistd ..' '

rtadtrt. It b free froG a3 objec ocabI.matter .. A*hfcfMCM C. MM<..fed*MtB*.|.ilk WILLIAM M. TUHflD .F.. Platters kkoall,sot be wJthoat; ibis stat cf ike Li.eraad& HOB TW'DTr-Snu.t a.ace nepeetabie3les"
_ciao parcat.fcawrrer Cutidiior,can object to ii Ik*mck of all)vWek.MM woo.hMMlfTKAXLS TAloAble Jledkioe. Erny fAauly o.pt Uktep'it E55ACE7S LITER PILLS is the very ssedi. .htstsrddents-of '
acini it ia tb.hand of fct*awia. Die ant hoi Factor sad Crasdssia Xmkut. OB fcaad. tie-affeet aid XUrviaad nrriai. sad*
or nuxar a permtneat kstiag care, tiaa .
Lu ee:9e XortVC .w1l..f.
d.* d traatmeat
variou yytr.ated.f aid vita tae htJfVawtb AW to Wt WAoW de COMM ai..1..at f of o W.a aon1na1r: w.AaraI.. E.To".cn.eA.OLIJlA, A.SLEEEl, priaeTpa. Agent for:Jacksoa asta'eyaetbyelUBjpBgtkeeeTUia aorbidac'tioa lane- laed'tciaea'.tLeaserves say -. carewaervmexeeaad

Ie pot'and *to. tittta pnaampti n to baspea .snuff IN& daetrae. Yes doe.Pw.,,bra aa.ee7.l.et..frkmmf rerwpsetce .!dais*.s. sept 4slfc33. tfK. rille.Jacboar.ti.Angut. *of the eysaear late a bevltb, action,a adrtarferiog that Dear ... w-

,'ha baa effend to the v rid at the merelvaoniaal .p' 16,Itetllj the blood ire and healthy: do acid sally teeceukrad ikem FrBoao' >Pablico. >
.toell sew
price of 2ic ata, the fraitt of toai 2S r. ..d W. Bal n. TO FEMALES Vekave kaowB .
ebdae.aLftrCL.'Att II otI n. Berer> say rra dk
Jean matt neecatfal praetiea -I&raZl.rXatoaeaar SHIP BROKER ASI GCXF.n. COMM15SIOX I'ireetioat fe PoiaaeH'v-Iadiaa Tom wni sdthesePintasiaslisble.e tttueisassy aced for IkoteeaarvforwkieV it 't
cr partnt H1. bo without UMkaowtodcaiaipatod TII& 1atL*$ Or lAP7IJfuN uiag Lou + shy **-
to iiiTmlaabla work. I IIEEQi.\ ", cost will be focal oa tie iasiJeof wrapper eoaplainutowhicbyeuaesub- critrtttabeBe cirataadterivra %T e-

wvtld aara yaari ofp u's.mortilcation set forrov ===aM SAVAXXAH, GA. ea eatk botUo. Wkei tker is fever attend jed It olatractioos either total or partial, tiroVaiisfretiea to allT

to th*youth adar uair ekar a" People*Ai,. ati.].nr if*iko of occWt odk T .to. aid L-.u:3 WmU(due OMikM m.mliicmoa b. M rek 20, IS52. iy iagtktdisetse p rfatir* fkoold ia every tin bsve.bees fooad of ioestionble beaefit ialertoring The above MCie'B of rrea>BMad;rw>o free

A PrertrUriaa cloixyaa in Ohio,ia writing oiH o Wr..IC*iMk- M r t Wt OMtfc Mf** ..WcW n. to V" before the Lexeoui. Skoal: sad parifyiag lie blood ltd otkerCaids m.abersaf tfcr -,Ilcdkal PaeaJry. Pkora>.err:

.ater'.M adteal XaaaaCaayr *7aooa ad.son e.rwe.brctrid.et4-.(hWfiMM wd'' lo..fne-lM.aid:%v Boston fc GImbJ. thereto a teadeDcrtoiaSaaiatioa,purge Dod> so as to ear all eoopUiats.wkiok:y lr soi IIi,b staadiar, sad Jlerck aU of ilr

Uoanadf of vat joctkby rrB*xaaploand the subs wW. I.da..ta.rrdr eratel.r;.dyne 1ecati.6IM11U.Oft. arise froa festal irregaUriUe; as be Kcbe- first re r etbnity ikoeld be..aAriflN'.
rngaoneoof the yawwrni+ hara been led iato 1M COTTO.V FACTORS AND GENERAL
_bit of aatf-ponatios without real bI the MJI ar COMMISSION thaw eke averagodoce. diaaessof sight,,pea ia eke side,, took *. ifr tkattkeae atedlcrae -> o//ri r.
and Ctartal conaojoeaeei BJWO thoooclTH aad their THE MARRIED WOMAN'S JIERCHA7S. These PUla are tke oaly safe aad eflei teal rotaedyto by the aSicted.sad tkat ti y say af -f 4rtFr-

1 poataritT. Tka ttaita'taiioM of thoasand who colas ..r Ass JXTTTKAaS STSCCTS. A FETT'MOP.E or THE MANY CERTIFICATES ar*tile rollo..in,coairUiaU Oo t.NerTousaess eat slat p aad da a-rroBB tbe S} ack rjw at J.

a n raiaiae laadJa kara boea oafoablod. if DO' Private Medical Companion. SAVJVKNAH, GA. ,aieUaaboIy.Skk Headache,. GidJi- "Care A1V a*aaciTIapooed apaa.the ,VievPoraalaby

broke d wa, aad tkay do not know the ease or Hi BOSTON. }Isi- "A G'te.i. 1Jn 11tni4lj,.. a Rq rltr PlJirinL a.,RkteautisaviistreatiBg DteaaaI>iaaen DracgMU, Aaotkecarie-;

the. Any U&that e..W dooo a to ear BT DB. A. X. NACXICZir, s... L WI. 4. Tboi&aof iae ftltilea&e.c the.qui- sigktor ia fact say o"JII diseases that aria CoarryAfscewepug+semll..
ktea sad Uftaeseo tka pwbfia nriad aa to dot, .... .. .thi Uodieiao H from ; '
ra.rt.e.s .r .r .alt. agalar pkysieiaaia (toes affections cube Liver iaiparily d the K.IL STABLE*4 TO
aad alUauUly U roaoro ibis wi of kaiaaa wrafd.d .. woald eoafor the greeted 0. Il lnb1 Ultra. llepp.VI. kiwi II" Charles :T. DODD; Cdioebia eoavty: Bi.ador, eon apsboa of tke Bowels. Waotsauc Datranvs:.

bleariaf sari to the raGJrloa of J_Ckrbt oa the (oa rill 4rts.ulna .1J.M.J nJ1frETOR. OF TJUBSBJ Pile Cxorz,Colaabw'trey:; 1 MEDICAL EVIDENCE 120 Pratt Sireet BJtiaa.re.
Lrrebrs.ry2rtb, 182. Sold ia JMb riIW.by
Itt.m .
proooat the sod. of coaiac Ltoiiata ceacratioaa.driaka tboafk petanee.a it hu Fboz poMUwd.ua...,oot k PPOntTEl by the Oa wa.r loir DwraToomty.;, Ur.Egbert POUIMU: ,We,the aademgiaed Pbysidsuhavisg hid BMr2c-3ai JOHN 1IP..t11fZ.WI

alai( ,tkoaaudi tkoaauda g ia Dot a grater ltPlU OK No>fnuU't'L; lL kaiatb, eBjaariBda alb...lie Ift'ri- Dear Sir:I bare used three bottle of yow la- the receipt of their lUBal.actne rabaitted t.

aeovrn to tk*kaiaaa apes raea. Accept m j tkaakt evkokatfoftko CoMtfertBjr that JCVBBT' .._ALa, cea"lM p ia(bata it1. dies Loseeait-aH soeeeediac admiraUr. OB*of 1U for iupectioD say, flu the isgrrdUaU ef afLtle.WarIiLJrnns'

a&ietod> aid bdteve a.. yoareoworkor vcnxTUfa XAJUticD OB .or.eta sees JeekravJM,I'yb' f.us: It the boUtcawa aaed ia aeaaa Ckroaie Dyrjatery stick tkay are eompooed BMkes ikoai the best

ia ka (aod work 70*are ao aetrralj oaM --an a rill fcMwlefo whist bad proda d proiapfaa aai.or protnuSoa of Pill ia ase for all diveiseaof the Liver lapar OMCPOCKPX3rA
:. ttae sad wart..a e..a.a d ellr FORT '& DUNHAA eM rect... which bad bald aJI. alkor needles ices of eke Blood,b* M PI TCI L LOGE,
kadbeeatriod.Uad.thea woroaota fir
trill ka forwarded Meanly evratopedaad ;) .m aad> award for COLDS
eon IMUf7 GEORGE WOOD )L D.T. plestat .r
TIHI malt was a baa ear with bottler tAu
p.id.a raeoJpi Couu of U Co eenta PaUkk.era. or riicoptMtoiL BAlI A JDLLIOS COPIU.bwtiI. .! :g' ..AImCOMMISSIOft 1a&a Lneeat..the nod poeitira aad:eorlaia .CROWLn".1L B. couoB cftDcp. WHOOPING .OD1WAt-

.Bos .PbeLldpbia.Bo.k.sCaieaeva.r..aa&boek Addma. .,..all MERCHANTS.: ear for Dy .kt7 aad DUirkt* of.any needy L.BOWE."l,M.D. THMA.say if iasp ea' "gkrre' left.- .
b a w -y lDr'dIe Tai.aby.eadr that I btu r.*:loaned the an of.RerpoetfaBr.Toan.Ao. r>Parckas*aa bat those kaviag the s'g- lire
arn&.o.poJIIiH. re.4 .(. ikr a .Ie aera.uicd,i.a.a.e it ATAJTJUB CXOtQIA.HE5B.T ..u3.K. OBJX Certain Core tSt :
a au mat liMn terra aprMA -..-. ACI ..a otltntre Coecaiapdon I
--el" "" 1IdI. U? L 701?. P.W.CATO IL D. worthless
t. K..DCNHAL8etba'gDdt..116' iaitatioas.AfaU &7or tAt laf fit or tAo heafia,ia pay 3>y
w.1.en w .lata..a/ K B.F.ed
sYd a a.aaotker
FFlICTEIlEZiD!!PRUDKLHI JUIo of Ur M..atbw brRwdl.aar..._.if- .-'- rerll wppJ iBuaedutoty. wishing sew svpplies l all otkrrsvuVagta.beeaae -I a.a a.at .
A: CAL Hacax. EiUbCakod 18 Jarssg.e,bj otrrr.*.kv Ik.low orf S.ctM..of. kM w*r T.X.C- af ata. mast adJrew the "Tie"etar tiT tit cea* .tiHb eaata be

Dr.K;11'.W.ceraar of Third and t'.ieaIItneU. wt.Or 11III&oTkM OW*r.r* eared bas delrc>ye>t *> re.live.kaa 1M disease
bet.. and Pw.faPbilsddpbie. rrw AJim I..nrz..1"ft 1T,1ssi.; '
riD1cC0ltZ lDTBOVe 'North If.DrJr BVrTtt.Ifaay .
atry-Ko. 120 SECO5D Street above
Oeaeral Coaaissln > lr.Yoio.ett--Tkb .
EIOHTELSyesn.teit.de.sadswtwrs- KRashnL win iafcna yes thai for aev.eral .
e4 tilt eitjv hen raadarad Dr.X sac bee SEJT JlYJUIL.dsha fir n..dr. yeas I bsv nKced.DeJa atdiferoat tiaes Race. IL.1DELPDlA' iadirUoaIiatobo> pitied,aad aeeaw

the p ease.rae
ear III lb.sratIIODt of sit .or a prifati partfesJaratteBtiea to s*]*of ToHo Lereeuk'sad roeomd aa satire nte4 sad bare r'nItediister. aft 14-1; peoiBg t*get well, sad yet the paiafal eri-
astara.Pannw affietod with alean vpoo 1M NOT D&JI'aAn Pia Laabar.Ltv Oak sad other Eoatkera Tta- aaroaooatodoabtiUbeiagTorvaaoat Bo&eriac deaee of dftcay' ashes she iaaer.aaw

body throat or leg*paWl.tka bead ot boaot, B,T M kook'.oatao -De. A. H. Kaartraoa. Its -sad prodaoe aad toordor'far prehariarMerekaadiaa ittoboadatywhtekl ow to the aSfcto*Iwo.aot skriaK wiikuke-oeter tFyaJ ,
BorevrUl Tbcviaatina, atrktaroa.[r+vu.dioeaMarUJut barn aavci.V. T.to oa no Btlo p.gq ud OM:1. tf'' -_ full,, yoa tkiieortifteate;'wklek yoa can as*as yes CEO. n.$.ITT ere 8. -s..W- _...\. *aBra,.
free'yowjkfal sierra.parUJ of tkbloop. a UM OrttOa ooo tko bad.d tL 1Os gala .. think proper. I win ako any, fJCTIO.YEEillNO"uD COJlJIISSIOGJfERC1U..TS. A BiB* .""
.wboraby.|b eoo .tkaboeemo' ra .MIJ only of do44r raoMteMo ao4 ,or sad & It ..JUkuu" wiJk a ny who bare aod yourthatsedlcl.. I bYe. ; ,ia BUT* atotere Ufebys.rrinpredib&.adh -

f sbl.d. ,w treated wltb aeeesi ,ay sad HMji ilea p. of soap aot fuss ooo who did aot roeoiro rolioCJOH5 : tifkt cold aerWeted.-ia she'
*n.she ytaeal kiawrffcador tk*car.f Iir.Z. w'c', COMMISSION WEECHANT, C.LET.. Pte.f .
.ralicotulT coeia*Ia kfa boor a* a c atl- LKT EVERY -WOTt 'ASD--OCS.A5 Oroxoettr '112 Pearl St.,New'York.1AKEFUL raMs UetkudM Ckarek J.kr>aTaio: beetle a--t'e paiafal eowgk.k

t was aadeooidoaU/. aim his akin at a,pfcy- / atteatJoa wiB b nlesJ 1HESOBiCRlBERShaeatendietees .*praUal tkoir deaartiag atop appear*
*gives t* s
eeta1. c.mWirboka r titrtttuto?* iajarod-eI".b. ,. ". *.._ Cor If eymaee; vrltoas Igaaaaoi \ Cottoa Blea. fiagai L*. ..'\ad JOSEPH V,. HERNANDEZ A part erakip i.r. tho J"UPClNela&rf1 oti a But hers is Hope

'Jo lnd>hd to- Wit fcaqaoalAr !. Utoery to tfcooo wo said noor M 4..*r, other s..tWa Pr.dta. Aba,IffcrekaodU per.ekaasd DB..4PEJ1. AID r above baaueav aadar* prepared'to aal*aaM*> )\11LLLUIIJEVL ..iheorigiaaurus d'
eartaki pratfie tkaddattny ail WI bet!.rflopel sat. to vrttfe *a--.na&apou. Jets >ly.GEXEEAL TAXUJR either oaeo* jMient or at aactioo, (one af tk* taea.tatt.r
lexra*d. eVU tor pasioMorat.aekool; In ear noih "'U;EaIII P1uYa. Ira belag.aaetio) Both of the eta are
MIl or ida an sJc\1r.u.aa4 waHaafaaialod witk tko oftk d..'....raised taperers heal b by the as..t
4 aerekaats sad ekiMaa
bothwrfad aad.body. .toad aetPv. fa. 'h eaablo ovory oa* to iiail cpoa ftoit J 10steBGel. these Lao atoee,after fns ii
aoMtty of'inajiajlnj aonpy.sad All ao wtfcw JOSEPH T. AlCDEZ retare tksaks this iatenor.- which gives tkca tk* advaatag* af r t .we ftbyaPkjsicLta .u
,diatoJy AakJaetadataditUoal tool COMansSION' WERCTTANT i aad the t* be*!ao t djis :Vila
leafier sad raai..t.hraod sped n* airyka paLBe gtaorafly,for tk.liberalBatroaackkanMiadaa4 c"1oIuy goodl or aorthandot f t 2-
of..aer.and.yafai. I, wkka o m bird sic iioimtt.. e JM'WATER ST NEW.YOZJLSTBICT ...kyttrict.ttaauoata. .ieJa"l-teat to tJ&pa.u '
I oral uottiaaaTiadJawattaav'itahOity aad alt arraaa. affoe 3 ravag apca anUot.aC aad baauMatto merle eo.'iiatat..5th.was They will&in their attaatioa ta aakiac good i--- .acHeaef. U ex ttery$ rtftk
dagliliaatj of tka titsad d4 Yft eo..I&v.W sad at.eaanto hale prompt att aUoacivB ttasal
a. jmt received a b. tad b u&alea T scald
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