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: September 3, 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.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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NOTES OF CASES principal;ii a substantial compliance h house: was fired, 'was contradicted by. two The Piesidrnt's Appointments. Lola' Jlontcz.' A Dandy in"TroufclcvTtro ':'

Decided by 'the Snpreme Court the ,requisitions of tbe statne J provided witnesses. Tbe Verdict of,the People,. The marriage of lids Montez does not 1 Dr.t ree. weeks..iDee.':-sdandy,

I of Florida at Marimnna the. bond be also executed, by two good, Wright, C. J., dissented on the ground. W'e fioct tho following slanderous paragraph seem to have softened theasperitiesof dressed uil the mos?' exquisite atyle .
and sufficient sureties! that the eonfesion'was voluntary. in the Boston Atlas : A few the was cu down '
; Wilson CleUad TS Li .ott. ta bii own r right temper. days before sailing walking Broadway.,jHi*
? and u ExMBtor,of il iy Tfconua, deeMMd Baker, Judge of the.Middle Circuit, Judgment reversed. and new trial orderedi *The Washington:Union, now that the of the last steamer difficulty,had occur. bat was of the latest PIUenl..l CO.o('

, etU.In t who sat in the argument of this ease be : vv southern' elections are over, is as whist asa red at the theatre where she was chDcing"She the most' fashionable: cat,'his'rest of tie

Equity -Oa an appeal .from Jackson cause- of the disqualification, Wright, C4. .Campbell tor the plaintiff in error mouse'on the subject of Gen.. Piercc's made a speech which so pleased the most approved colors, and.Lfe loots tie'

Circuit Court- J.;, dissented. / '.l' Archer for the Attorney General forthe aPP\lltment. ,The notes of the organ audience that it shouted in applause. The. highest polish. His rooastachesEadl tho,

Motion to docket the case for argument Judgme trey rsed,and'canse remandedfor .State. r ,. do not DOW convey in thunder tones the next day ie Caltfornian newspaper declared most delicate ctirl. and bu cravat and dic.
3 at the present term. -The Opinion of the further proceedings.. >- .. awful calamity which will befall every that enthusiasm was all a sham ky, and class; and stick.were all lust' the

Court delivered by Thompson, J. .Iffiifkint for appellants. Rtat4'MaGrtfl Administrator: Dswson' ,"vs.. officeholder bo is opposed to die com pr; from an audience packed for the purpose thing. His erect form and mincing step, .

:: Where the term of a Court is adj umed, i C mpliell for respondent. William Q.Porter, John G.R1I& t at.' nis ;fu aiar s. We now hccr nothfng This gave offence to the countess,and hereis and tbe patronixlng look lie gave to the

, after the day appointed for its commencement i I In Equity;' appeal from .the. .- tCourtot of tht President's turning, such men a copy of a letter she sent to the editor: belles and' fine ladies who passed him,,,

': to another d.yit is but a prolongation Thorasw Orman Ad-nlnUtmtor of Slmpjon.'TI.:'). Franklin County .,' -, from office. That humbug has lived out 1 SACOAMEMO, 8th July, 1853. showed very clearly how well he knew that
*IX J. and the Land
of the term; but ,. eg'the term is ; Day Apal ehUols Company.. i The opinion.of'the Coart. delivered its, dsvj the Union is now willing that To,the rejponn&Editvr'of fAt .he was the most killing fellow ia Broad
- postpofte
commencement. and in' anticipation of The Court sitting of in the Franklin Court Oounty.deliveredby 1. Where, to secure a loan 'of money, believed that the President would do*any :-The extraordinary article concerning ter r',Oar exquisite is suddenly brought to

the appointed time, to another day, the Opinion was the borrower executed an instrument of such thing; and the course of the Union 1 myself which appeared in your a dead halt. His feet are chained &the

return thereof is adjourned; and those Wright, C. J.- writing authorizing tbe lender, upon default ia evidence that they did not differ with i paper this morning, requires an'extraordinary side walk; Be 'cannot, move .a step., '_He
The wall
of the
things which were appointed to be done building a party by in repayment of the money borrowed us in this particular." answer. I use the word "cxtraor- struggles and reels, but all in 'vamphe
: on tbe first day of term, are postponed claim owner.eontribotion of a lot gives from the no right of to to entcrupon the premises of the The meaning of the above paragraphis dinary," for I any astonished that-a respectable cannot lift his feet. A 'sympathising'
- and adjourned also to, the deferred time: without wner borrower, and take and carry away certain that when we affirmed that the Presi. (?) Editor should LIE in such a crowd immediately gathers around flint. :
Therefore the term of this Court : adjoining lot express agreement slaves specified therein,and sell and A nearerview and'
appointed of the dent bad appointed no.man to office who barefaced manner, and be so void of gal- a peep within tie
by law for the 3d Monday of March, parties.affirmed. dispose af them, and from tbe produce of was believed by him to bein favor of breaking lantry and courtesy as yourself. I am a ring of spectators reveals the mystery.

having been, by an order of the 18th February Baltzdl Degree for the sale to pay himself tho money due, up the compromise and renewing tba woman. I do not advocate woman's rights, The beef of Us boot Lad slipped .between

preceding, postponed and adjournedto for appellantDavit and all expenses returning the overplus, slaveryagitationand: when we said further but at the same time I can EIGHT myselfby he; i iron bars of the grating ,over' 'an underground -
Monday, the 11th day of July' the respondent. if : Held, That such instrument was anf _
any that such conduct on the part of an office inflicting summary justice upon allackanAPts apartment, was, so firmly
transcript of the record in this cause filedon John T. D. BatUe. not a mortgage, but a power. holder would be considered sufficient !!I After such a gross insult i wedged in that with all his exertions he
Myrekva BcnJ
the last named day, was filed in due 2. A power is simply collateral, and was unable to withdraw it. After
At law from the Circuit ground for removal, wo spoke merely fora you must don the pettiCf.3t!. I have repeated
: on an appeal
time. without interest, or a mere naked power and did with which I lend fruitless attempts, by-atander,
Court for Jackson ; temporary purpose not speak brought some me, can lUg
Wvodtcard and M. A. Long for the County. when to a stranger, authority is given to the truth. That meaning is totally you for the occasion-you mu,t fight with gusted that lie1 had better draw his'"foot
The of the Court deliveredby
motion.CtmpbcU. Scmmcs Opinion J. was I dispose of an interest in which he had false. The President has been charged me. :I leave the choice of two weaponsto Ii out of the bootandtben, the boot could

and Havkint against it. not before, nor has by the instrument with appointing free-soilers and disunion- vourself. for I am tnsenanimnus. undoubtedly be extricated The exofsite
The of March 14 1844
act changing: "
creating the estate whatsoever colored and hesitated and looked much
: cower any ists to office. We have repelled that false feu may choose between MY duelling pis-
the of interest does I
Jfaos Onln. Sheriff and x-offieio Administrator f rate not affect a contract but tbe..pow 11 given to a wh purplexed. The .suggestion f urged ,
person was
charge, by maintaining that tho President ols,or take your choice of a fill out of a
., made before but which
of &, TS. Thomas Oman Sarrlror to.Oa I became due
derives under the instrument the and i indeed
creating again! there seemed to bent,
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; and after it has appointed no man to office who pill-box.) One shall be poison and the ,
motion. i payable was passed. The
: power, or otherwise, a present or future does not in good faith stand upon the other not, and the chances are even.I cthsr ciescs:. cf escape except 'of'.amputate
The Opinion of the Court was deliveredby I rate of interest on every contract is to be interest in the property which is the sub Baltimore platform of 1852. and that to request that this affair may be arranged the limb,which would bo a.serious .
the law it existed
Thompson, J. I regulated by as at the jcct of the powerit is then a coupled injury to tbef'foinestCeUah"in .
power call in that cither frc-c- seconds Broadway.At
a man position a by your as soon as possible, as
1. The 3 of the 5th article of the time such contract was made.

with an interest : Held, therefore, last he yielded to his fate with all the
soiler disunionist is time is valuable as
or a an absurdity. as my quito as your
Constitution, giving power to the Judgesof II Judgment affirmed. in the present case, that the power given This has been our ground since the 4th wn. meekness of a martyr. With closed eyes

the Circuit Court, fl" a majority of Bush for appellant.Hawki7U I or created is a mere naked power, unconnected of March last, aDd it is our ground now MARIA DE LAj: rELTJT HCT.L, and a rush of blood to the face, he. :went it
iTirm, to preside in the Supreme Court, for respondent. blind. He drew forth :.
with any interest or estate in the jlHIS much-is it has ever been (LoLA MONTEZ.) his foot from the
and boLt tbe sessions thereof, was tempo- the of the and ; imprisioned boot and disclosed the
property, subject power; The Atlas that for few ,
charge a days Hull is her martial Whether eyesof
'-i; il ani 1 does not apply to I Alpbonn Lonbat vi. Abigail A. 1\ourse. nirac. hia "
r*y in p' though founded consideration and "numerous audience
upon a I stocking
have had much about
not to
past we tIle fellow took the the
say pill
tie Court us it IA at present cons'ituted, In Equity; on appeal from the Circuit. therefore irrevocable by the grantor in poor or gunpowder most decidedly ragged and tattered : and -
be President's in ,
policy appointments is stated. Mobile Tribune.
; Court for -
:,'r :1 s ti .tutluriie a majority of the Franklin County. I his life time, yet that it was revoked by That[ is truo enough. We have: been sadly tln a'Md.-Laflttra.IL .
The '
-T.t2thh-'llaternI.J Opinion of the Court was delivered ___
I his death before the execution thereof. .
silent because the have been
3. 1'... 5:11: aecti: >n of the act of January by Thompson, J. people speak- Callings New-York
3. The act of January 30, 1838; entitled YANKEE DOODLE.The national ,air t
In North Carolina inven'.ucky
11, 1551, by necessary application, requires 1. The widow is not entitled to be endowed an act to amend an act to regulate ing. Virginia in Tennesseenndin, Alabama, Among the vast variety of occupations of the'United States was composed a hun
; the action of three Judges in of real estate purchased by her deceased in the city of New-York, amounting to
every tbe foreclosure of dred Dr.
mortgages,Thomp Dig., by Shackburg
the have in tLeirvcrdict year ago physician
people : just given
case, who must all hear the argument, i husband and his partner, with the more than: 800 in all, there are 3063 oldie '
376, ch 3 1,) considered and interpreted that The Atlas knows I army at'tho Jime the 'British
point. -
and confer together the judgment partnership fund, for partnership use very keepers of groceries; 2383 porterhouses;
upon to be intended to limit and restrictthe ministry made overtures to reduce the -
what that verdict is. To it to
two being a majority, and convenience, and held and owned as us seems 222 oyster houses; wine and llqiordeal- -
although may pronounce operative force of certain classes of of further I French power in Canada,and the colonistswere
the judgment of the Court. part of tbe joint stock or property of the therein mentioned, and not supersede theneccs.ity any ers 274; bakers, 639 ; boarding houses, called upon for assistance who with
conveyances indication of the President's ,
Motion denied. partnership, when her claim comes in con- policy.- 3G8 ; shoemakers, 1183 ; broker, 736 ; "
to extend or enlarge the effect of others. alacrity,rendered,a faithful service. The-
The Atlas knows that the collective ,
BiltzeU fur the motion. flict with that of the surviving partner, Decree affirmed. dry and flDytOodg, 1370; hotels 134 British army lay encamped a little southof .
southern in the
creditor. whig press, canvass preceding I and 1DO houses tailors 623 dress
Bush ant Campbell coin Ira. or a rating ; ; the '
Doris for the appellant. city Albany, and ii the early
the late elections with voice
2. one f makers 0 milIiner 300 hair dressers
Although such estate conveyed to Baltzell aDd A. H. Bush for respondents. ssailed the President by of his 51. ; ?, ; part of Jane,'1753, the casterntroopsbe.gsa
Fonj-th Simpson ". George Perry. the partners, so as to vest in them a legal PDointraents. We. in reason with I 420 j jewelers, watches, &c', 398; ,II to pour in. .Tbe march, their,.accoutrements
At law; on an appeal from Santa Rosa estate as tenants in common, yet in the democratic common IJ.inteto'2 ; tobacco and cigar dealers, and'the whole
absence of ; our brethren of the pr s", repelled 534 book sellers 238 undertakers 86. f arrangementof
Circuit Court. an of
express agreement. or ; ; their .
Wileon aid Cleland rs. Lot Lot In hit own their false showed what troops,famished matter of amusement ? ,
Opinion of the Court delivered by Scm- circumstances shewing an intent that the right- and as executor of Mary Thomas decawd. .> charges, Of those who bj way of eminence are I to the British. Then it was that .
m'M, J estate is to held for the separate use of Ii et.1. the President's policy really was, andthat called profewioctl-the e are print ra 140 the the
doetrreomposed tune and .
1. In all relation* anI in all mattcr, the partners, it will be considered, inequity In Equity; on appeal from the Circuit it wJa adopted strictly in pursuance the proprietors of 163 newspapers, and I' it io l the officers as' a, 'celebrated recommended -
of the him his
"iij>i as to cri-n&si si ive is regarded by as vesting in the partners in their Court Jackson County. instructions given by party 92 magazines" ; clergymen, 449; doctor, air. Tho joke took,,and jn a few ;days
united and assembled in Xatioual Con .
._r 1w aspropr'y! ; ail 1 therefore! the pllrtnt'rs1.ipC3pacity,subject to an implied Opinion delivered by Thompson, J. 1078 ; lawyers: 1340.It nothing was heard in the provincial
:' : 'ut! the pmij-ii& is rut ti,ti[>l" t,) on"it -* I. trutt that they shall hold it until the purposes 1. Fraud is not to be presumed, but vention. The case was fully argued before would thus seen that. drink take but Yankee Doodle. camp_

or employee, fir A.inj ts# /KW:isi'vin : f"r which it was purchased! haveboen must be proved; and this is the generalrule i the people on both sides. The people ,I the lead of every thing else. There are t I
of that section whom the
1 uv, the niiinem or uai'oo.i.lit 11f omplivbed! awl that it shall be as well in equity ai at law. to argue three times as many lawyers, and more WXST1R'i Hoas.-From present, .appeinnce -

>thcr agent or c,aploy'. u u\.. appliib. ap;>.jr-I I, if ntc*>ary, to tbe ptymentoftli3 : 2. In tquity, fraud will sometimes be ment was their especially decisionand directed have triumphatly have rendered than twice as many doctors as there are the.'number.of hogs:'the;next .

: to i-larn. pirtuti-xhip debt presumed from the nature and subject or clergymen ; judging by the number of season will be large-psrticularly in'Kentucky
sustained President and his IIlhuinis-
i. The (',>'J ,r,1Ci or hiring a feliv l i *t. :3. At Lw, up'in the death of the partner the bargain itself, being such as no man curators nf these three great interest, and Ohio. It is stated:that a' contract -

'wen th" wncr an,1 die hirer,CMiHMiuUJsi : ,-LH share or interest in the reality not under some delusion, would make on (tration. the soul, body and estate, the soul is a]- for a largo number. hogs 'indiana *In
And what further would the Atlas .
hailnicat r-f th- lave, And the l li.rtr iso i lie! J and owned 1 by the firm, i is cast bjiOt the one Land, and as no honest and fair now prized at one half the value of tho body; has bren made at 8290, gross,' to,

'> nl to 'ak( primary care of him. : ,<'nt upon the bcir, :and be become man would accept, on the ether; and i it have us to do in the mattcr? Arc we to nUll at one third of that of the estate. be delivered at the pens in the aIL -A -

Sri' i: .tit affirmed.Qimplnll tin.nit in common with the surviving will be presumed from the circumstancesand pi en and argue the matter over again ? Talking into account the pay of these trader at Louisville, on the Sdinst, 'of

fr appellant.II partner; and $0,.a law, the widow may condition of the parties contracting; We really see no necessity for it, becausewe three professions, the disparity would be fered to deliver one thousand hogs, '< .
do tho decision. Shall
iickins for re pohientAatonio have dower assigned her in such share or interest and these instances form exceptions to the not except to taken still more marked.-Providence Post.Florida tween the 20th of November and the 20th --
; but both heir and widow will take general rule. we change ground we -tlr of December, at 4 J cents net--Tb'e-:contract -
both in and defence of thePresidenl' s -
Collint TS.Nicholas n. Mi helL the same estate the ancestor.and husband 3. Where one greatly indebted, al. exposition Xcnons. was not made. e "':
? In this there would
At law; on an'appeal from Escambii held l therein, clothed with the same trust, though not actually insolvent, with the policy We were presented on Wednesday last, -us8'The -- ('
be still less first because it is
:Circuit Court in equity, for those who are entitled to avowed design of removing from the propriety- with some of this delicious fruit by Mr. Lou'svflle Journal' is quite

The crision of the Court was delivered the beneacial interest whether surviving countay makes a sale of his poperty,real the true ground, taken in good faith, and Arnan, Collector of this port. The measurcment anxious for trouble with Cuba, and-'expresses ,

'>y Tbctnp'on, J. partners or creditors., \ and personal, receiving payment partly incash secondly, because the people :arc Fatisfied of one was three inches in diam. a wi h;that it may begin'soon*,'In
with sustained it and
it and have -
1. Iu an action against C. as a surety Decree reversed and bill dismissed.. partly in debt due Ly him to the sustained eter and six inches l long; they were brought order to see how.President Pierce'will deport

or S in a replevin bond, conditioned for D tit It for appellant.: vendee, and for the residue the,promissorynotes the President upon it. from New Smyrna. They grow wild< himself! The Jonrnal'ma.1't'

,. hs re-delivery of the property attached, to Hawkuu; for respondent. of tho,vendee, which were subsequently -. makes The Atlas another must trial try again it will; consult and: whenit its along the coast, between Smyrna and of one thing; and,that is, that the President .- : -

-bido tbe finial order of the Court, ho paid,-and possession ,of the property South Florida. Some enterprising settlers will give no countenance to an" ufI -

.,talc that at the timeof, and prior to Simon (a dare.) n.The State. I sold followed and accompanied ,refutation Ly avoiding to bear false wit- below, are cultivating.beautiful proves ef I rage by which American ehizeuaraur. -

he institution of the original suit by at- On Writ of Error to the Circut Court conveyance : Held, Not to constitute ness.-_Work.. ln-wn.- Lemon and Orange trees. The Pine Ap. i. dered and mutilated in-cold blood ;"on a

achincnt, S., the defendant therein, and for canibia County. evidence ,of fraud, although it appeared 111 pic and.Banana are also cultivated at and foreign soilwithout word from ta'.Amer-
he principal in the replevin bond, was The Opinion of i.heCourl was delivered that the vendee was tho mother.in.law of: Aristocracy.There below'Smyrna. Scan consnlto. postpone'their fate.. .,WasKington -

Hud : HELD, That the, matter set up in by Semmea J. the vendor; and that, owing to subsequent are men-we blush to call them. Sorely; South Florida'is-d destined ta become Ukion.A Jn

uch plea does not constitute,a sufficient 1. Whether the confession of aprisoneris misconduct of the vendor, tbe proceeds men-who turn up their noses at the mechanic the garden of rir U ion for th euJ- ----a- ----.Mr.1t

tar to the action; that C. U estopped by i or is not voluntary is a question for the of the sale were lost to his creditors ; and, the cdmtnon laborer. Being .tivation tropical plants; but our; red ,Pttfc roa,nIB DocTOR3.- Tie eelr .

. !be bond, as well as by the judgment ine determination of the Court; and it is 4. Where it appeared that subsequentlyto liberally,educated, they look with a sort foe (the Seminote*) -will keep South florida brated Dr.James Johnscn; editor off the
suit the death of S. of contempt,on those who, in some cases, with but few-settlers until ihef arc London Ntd&co.CAingical.1lm 1 tWa
tho sale the
original ; to ,aver error for the Court to refer it to the con upon ,the entreaties of '
thereto. have contributed theireupport "Yoi to leave.-Ancient City unbosoms himself:. ;if t ci-
prior sideration of the Jury. vendee, who was unwilling to be scperatec forced ;
- 2. dutl concludes the need not despise a spinning wheel, sai.ian !I "-declare ray conacientiong ;Icpinioa" "
Estoppedkv ._ 2. Altbougb'tbe inquiry should, in the from her daughter/and upon'her promise .
f arty executing it, not only as to the vef first instance, have been restricted to' the to remember her grand children liberal old lady to her' pompus son one'day, ,The Washington Sfar of Friday; founded;on experience and reflection,that .

- point intended to be effected by the question of the influences which oppor- in her will, tbe vendor yielded to the said "for maay a night have I worked"&t it to last say$ : A letter was received i in Wash if there was not a single phyiiciaB riur- -

, (istrument, but aim as to any'fact stated ated poo the prisoner to induce the confession solicitations and promises,-abandoned his get money to send you to school. incton to-day from a distinguished' Pub. peon,:apothecary 1 mlnmidchao it,
f There are .women too who :will not druggist,nor drug on the face of tbe earth
drrecitelinit., in Paris from which : ,
yet if .it afterwards appeared that intention removing I add resided with licistwrittefl ) we .
- Judgments: and decrees, as estoppels, such confession'was' not voluntary, the the vendee, but never assumed 'any de- touch a needle with their delicate bands, extract for the information of tbe readers there would be less sickness' and}ett, 'mortality
conclude and The who laugh at the ;poor and i industrious, Tho writer is ivcll. known than DOW prevail: .
parties privies only. Court should have arrested tbe examination minion or control ovcr.tb* property sold, If the Sior. '

ground which standing l in the and withdrawn the evidence from the it was held,that it did not constitute such who learn trades or.work in factories'or" to fame, identified prnmiuetywith.! the DEATH,TSOJX Ovfososx'QfP4UG01;
relation the a, living. "La L'how unrefined_they are, I' and safe( ,of France.. '
prlvilg to litigating party jury., a possession the vendor from, which a sound republican : EIC.- -The. Coroner of.New_ York held
t are bound by tbe proceeding which be ft. To render confeSl voluntary secret trust in his favor.would be i inferred she says,:with"'scornful snjilc.ns she lisle. felt at l liberty to mention"-nis name i last, week on"the,body of James aanqesi

wa 'a party, is that they are identified I.admissable in evidence,the mind of so a? |t.o make,the,transaction fraudulent lounges on a ofareading the last novel.: the following paragrapirfrora bis letter, 'Johnson, a.theological l student.jbf.U Dien
with him ia interest; and whenever this the should the time'be free" by construction of law.. We once knew a lady /shall we call would be recopied into 'every newspaperin
prisoner to _. . Siznfcary, whesadeati, *af eanwd. .
: '
her a lady f) of this complexion She ; bj aafxc .
lentitj is"wl to exist all alike are act, uninfluenced by fear or hope. Where \Decree;affirmed* '. l ndly.bdabo'riug.a hard working J tbe.United! States t, *sivens3 of Paregoric,_ .Tbe deceased

l concluded. Where, therefore, ,fine binds tbe prisoner bad been arrested on charge ,Wtxxjwanl appellant. ; was her 'low poor and, unrefined.fWJ "It is,very encouraging to know thtocagonuity Lad far a long time beenafijcte/idisoftleiv
: sal obliges himself that the defendant-in of' and earned .Hawkins and GampbtU for,:jeepand.- girl" calling feelings unite some few' select
I anon,on suspicion merely, and,ta relieve himself bad taken byad .
slid.she; "her /.tbcr nothing ,
an attachment suit would cause the property i to tbe Magistrate's office,'a large and: excited eats, : by but, was men ia tbeJtfew *nd' ,014 'l'orld.- vice-jof drugist ,three ;teaipoonsfnlgjof: It
levied upon, and rcplevined by Abe I crowed of perioDs:,attending, from 'i:'"jf a' lD "her_ Permit,me:to say that, at this -moment, hat.'medicine, from the;effects rof rhjeh' \'
- said bond, to be forthcoming to abide the I. tbe violence of, which the firmness; and TbmuydonusryP.ttu.1tebwtA, ;:, tYes/ remarked a wpman present the eyes of th.s'world are on' jron"*,'c(the he died. ,

final order of the Gmrt in the soidsuit he determination of :tbe, Iasttet.Wa1: ',War .e.t .rT.1'r! t{:*. CHr3S a mechanic' J knew,him well United States;)J1 ol1ctu"l'y p tb1..rQu ;-;---- -' .--' f- I tiI p-i
connected bimself :with the I. At,law from the Circuit Court for: be lived .j in.the name, ; neighborhood --.4.
tnprieity pro. b.areJl'Um eDt to 1 r himyandnnus ;;appeal have manifested for the jufferers', of 4es. CJfABGEPj 13L4 .r B ', .
ce<agi therein and made the record'of situated, the excited'populace. remaining for Franklin, County; '. : with j jour. .mother, ,tjicpsbowenoutwashing. potism'ia\ .Europe Tias elicited' Admiration ."as; eQ.! ,'PhiladeJp ja. -

the jaigment. conclusive evidence against : without.tbe office, but within the bearing The Opinion the Court was delivered There reader_ '. if, ; ',haq' been' ,i : (from all, and our papers: ,.formerly :so .si* 'tb&c1targe, upheJnj JT ltI111 a'y.,&Ut1 en "

: him. have
; 4.. Wherever he.matter the eat ppellsipparcntnnth.faooofthereoovd-< great'terror and'alarm i'' he, the prisoner, 1. Where a judgment'upon",a- ;verdict yon face, tad heard seen a VA1I1 a/strange attempt to,utter what tran splej,bf"y6ur' i intervention in 're"mngthe Chnstiao rejirion aad"be He,o,.

I was urged by the Magistrate 'to :confess defectively entered,and,Ihe: Court something,pricJUy.' crne.out. It political matters In Europe. Tbe"'eon. J:..criRturc I' --i'-T
jwlvantaga baatbo'en J.h roof upon de- his ( 'him,that cvere afterward motion ordered to d luct of 1gallantf! 'Wanaaad -
guilt, wying to "they! ; on ; ? a;"newjudgmentto j your countryman, ; '
in. .
stack ,
lDurrer. > r v : Afi I 1 satisfied of his guilt'. -that-fce1 woukfrfcepnt bo entered ittmer-pry'Atwtet .i }# thrpa /. : .l.. .fjWben : r oTonc n>[your ships'ofwar1 l in'!thatavant. u ptii Thero :It1 '

5, Thsileat ofde u t pendfn -j =upon hit trial andvoald'certainly'be such latter entry**'between it6.parties we Iwafr men;or:iromenc peak .abbttHhe todfortuoate JKosst**,.'*a Jlitinjf'41-Bosloa,,)Ii.J't ol .7Gtm6. ,.

the'eui 4 sod beiore)ddgmcfli iheretin bnntftbtt if be-,bid* aceompHcw"thay to the record. relates back"to the>date;!'of )Ifghtlx of ibo Industrious. 'part o| the. com-t back "victim; H Old Austria ha\t ea Jcxpatia- ady sixfeenT' years' T.

,docs trot render such judgment would be"put upon We Jone inMveral
bnt ezeJ1.! toidablo J upon, -f writ of errortofnm'todu. bit If; he would t ora:State's,s videucej'f treated.fc>tliiintents: .;entered' .at that thyrjgenealogy. : : flujvp w>'J t:questonino >gfCe,1 prOMp 'ope-i .A4t.! 1J'y. e 1.d, 2 .l"D.p I ,. '

and.thereupon:the prisoner wyjfessed.bi* timej and it will rectify:and cure any.va nztsucs'nIJqu IcrnedTbe wonjdjie! surprTsed rig asribscriplion 'for\presepjBg/; kAmeneaq 'urutg'.b f iAttY D J /t .9. Rl '.,
,fha\ jre-.JI.r th blo IsMis's E'mma
'Judgment affirmed.lA own*:guilt Vot denied i be bDi- accom.plices .- riance between .original'eDtryt.-ct' 'tW : Captain iT'reedal 'corotaemofa-' "

y and'Jetting' .Palter tor ippeUaijLCaftpietf 'j :,'0eld,That the":
far respondent the ease lead to and induce conclusion 2. When if fieri fadtUf or ,'other,exe* .1r the daughter a'wasbwoonn "r P01lni'f U' 'I ; :
1 that tbe confessioawaiovolunts.rybstru ctttioa i..laken ont ou s judgment withiq rpth1 'jgy Advices' hive'-keen'' receivedit 1 1WbbiDhlcu h -
c. 1 lack of.good, ,look; '': 'P \VF
J ii F6io1""o. forced from the'rated of tbtfpr onef the time limited by lawy and which is'not fybelrava a ; seose J ,Jo :frbto Halifax theWUHa-- :''Y D 'bre ,

: ';At law;:on an appeal from the-Circuit by-thetortor *. .t.!? : J exeemted,the-plaintiff ij poa out'a pew ntb: :pcntempt crjjiny.-Tijtaoui person 11'J.ft, tant, wblcfr B%>'thaTtbo U..8..rai 1iltbe' m tof'tl1 e" ":Aniif". ".,.. ,
't.dtht for Bant Rosa 1 kopr*. 'p-v-J, .J. rr etOu11Jad'f IS'mlied. ;ib,&bai Tbtrt tff!' treit1icft.} t
County; ,Iimtbti the pir1tO;i.: writ of fjecntioa at aD1 &iaieiitterWard! c1rr .bit. t .+
: ;TbeOpinIpU hfim6: Court ijsicteljyuz JJ ; l = Sari of'Elleitemertf fand" ing to the bill of txeeptf cftuoo H' without a '&.fvovde4ibrI. f. b.h LOl H .. 'I .{ '
d bet .e., tbi :Jh."emd tb '' writ be ritornejl'iaid filed.J'.tsr *>*& #fj;V 11. .J -. ,, tf t9. ocI1z, and hospitabg, "entttfiuoed1. by, m U-IW... .e
.1boi d .lut' 4'filed, on fiidu- r r't .'WWeIt'ItR "- Judgment,reversed;:l ts4 SBiftftl'J' .' 7ll' !hl '"'t -, f ,in,'It f i her cffice' -" .- --'- glMt elt.i : 'PTf w.-"JI.101I' '

Dar ".: ,1jJ.WaD ':'X 4 .Jtiidl 'si nii'EQ 1t'Te '6'i tlxX U bt' '
iDS writ rfa shment: by.the agent of { foT ipp1.- ij' '. p.WID. -'. ddQl31
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Important Diplomatic Notes i lawless proceedings, would give a new and. nPJel'Ce'.Appolnt B 1ta-The of money necessarj r : for:theccnstroction; ota tinned possession of that COUDt &(

AnnPtr ef Lord John Rustett Jlr Everett powerful impulse to them/ Verdict of the People.' road,'second in importance to no, other the time of the Belgium revolution, fa

i Celebrated Letter on th* Propoted The government of Great 'Britain acknowledges The leading issues made by tho Whigs road in the Union. By such an organization 1830, William,King of too Netherlands

Tripartite Treaty Relative to Cuba.UTMLVUW ,with respect the conduct of the,late-elections,(as in, that now pent!;. ,not only do.we secure to_..our. city was married 5:sister.of.'ot1e.!late*King

nrwXXV 'ML SKCSXTAtY' 'MASCYAXDTBS the President In disavowing discouraging in Georgia,) is the character' of a D. : the immense advantage, which must result of Prusm; hisson,the Prince of Ora&geike

xuttn An rsxxcH xnusras. the lawless attempts here referred to. appointments. 'North and South, i from a connection with the three most 'heir.to the throw,:was 'tbe' brotaer'.

The world ,recollect the',masterly letter The character of those attempts, indeed, / West, the changes lave been Important portion the Gnlf Pensaeola, law ;o eperer1clohsj,;

I of Mr. Everett reply to the proposal >>:- was such as to excite the reprobation of upon the charge that the objects of i Mobile 1d New Orleans=-and the tide or second son, Prince Frederic of the '}Tetberlands -

( of England and France to the United every.civilized Stale.. .The spectacle ,of, *.peculiaxXavor-areyAnd have: been,Ab: commerce and travel from beyond these was.tbc. brotherin.law'of'Jae

States for tripartite treaty for the protection bands of men collected together in reck- and Secessionists 1 And the points, but we secure a charter ample for present! Knot pru'ttaj! 6J:* ('aojjterwas ;
ofCnba, We now place' before less disregard of treaties for the .purpose! were begged, implored, .entreated all tbe purposes we have in view.It then the wifrf of Prince Frederic, the

I I our readers the ansWer of the British making from the ports of the United him at the bil1otbox. ,So wild seems to us therefore that the new second brother of the same King (but she

: eorernmcni to that letter.,an3:also brief States a piratical attack: on the territory excitement became his enemies that arrangement cannot fail to acceptable has since been diverted;) in spite..of all

\ despatch' fro Mr. Crampton relative to of a power in amity with their own State;' JACKSONVILLE: : actually persuaded themselves that to all who feel the importance of the works these formidable alliances tee house of

an interview'between: ')1 Secretary M rcy and when there, endeavoring by armed SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3, they so much desired was being done* in contemplation Let'all such attend the Orangd was deprived ,of Belgium, sad

'and the British and French,Miuuiem invasion to excite the obedient to revolt New: York Courier and Enquirer meeting to-day, and let us have the bar. Leopold ofjOoburg has been for twenty

on that ubjecLO and the tranquil to disturbance was a : "In the,meantime there ap roonious and cordial co-operation of all in odd yean its monarch.

1)t10nNJUSSELL: TO Mtt. OUMPTON. sight shocking doubt, to the just and THE: ExCURsIoN TO ST.: .. : to be a general falling away from the adjustment of a final and efficient or- Jhe Coburgs German princes,belong

; '1853. honest principles of the President But -The St. JoJtm took a party oC'near President.! The Savannah.Repub ganization. hardly to the second rank in the aristocratic
OmcE. Feb. 16
.'FOREIGN the statement made by the President,that hundred persons round ..to the harping upon the string,to ,wbich 1 scale. For dignitaries this sort
received ,
before SlR-'leaving Lord Malmesbury office, the note addressed,just a convention duly signed and legally rat- city" on Monday last, and brought have ,alluded, said his appointments Seizures, by the the Fishing British.Grounds the house of Hapsburg is something grind

El ified, engaging to respect the pysent state driven off thousands of Pierce's for and lofty which their ambition weald
Everett and left it for the back on ;l'acsday.Owing to the BOSTON 22. The schooner ,
to you'h1Nr. August -
of possession in all future time,would but political friends "'0 that he might never presume approach,notwithstaad.
consideration of his successor. ness of the sear the trip was not so Kosannab, arrived at Gloucester on Saturday -
these bands violent said Is President
excite pirates to more to a wiI1wsttapart. ing the enormous self-conceit with whicb
I The absence from London of the Ambassador breaches of all tbe laws of honestyand ant as it would have been in better what is the verdict which the peo reports that'the'new schooner the Coburgs areas well or better famished

1 I .of France has between hitherto the prevented good neighborhood, is a melancholy er, for nearly every one was ira-iV, have ,rendered in this action of the Starlight,of Gloucester, Capt. McDonald, than any of their peers.. It will be 'a
I communication governments was brought to by a shot from the,Brit-
, avowal for the chief of State.- the President? We will ,
a versus
great under for
I which the circumstances of the if pleasure can be experienced tub steamer,Devastation, on the 5th'Au- great thing Leopold to record in the
Without truth her Majesty to their decision in few States '
disputing a archives that he has
made circumstances it is of a kind with family compassed a
proposal jointly required.I Capt.McDonald immediately belated -
that this have held elections tbe is- gust.
a hope lately :
government may express with the
: hare: now to inform you of the view state will not endure and that wo arc unacquainted. The polite Pierce's the American flag and hove to. Officers marriage Hapsborgs, a dittine
things everywhere being Appoint- tion before much
never even so dreamed
which her majesty's government take of the citizens of the United States, while tions of the officers and agents of denounced by Whigs : defended from the steamer then boarded her of who have
by Cobnrzs, been .i i.,
Mr.; Everett's to overture.
reply our and carried her into
; and took her in tow
they justly boast of their institutions,will boat, as well as the manner in Democrats. the service of the house of Austria ssj
doubtless within the
,It is perfectly not be insensible to tbe vclue of those worked of Virginia: led off by electing a friend ol Gaspe. The capture; took place in, Magdalena have intermarried,with Austrian subjects
of the American were subjects
r competence government BayThe Starlight was on her
eternal laws ofright and wrong, of peace administrotion in every Congressional in thecaso of-the Co bare Cobacsfkm.
to reject the proposal that'was made by byallcnboard. first and valued at$5,000. She hadon as
and friendship and of duty to our neigh in that glorious old State. ,
which married
of the
Lord and M. in reference ily, a daughter Doe
JIalraesbary Turgot, board 250 bblj. mackerel valued at
bors which to Chris- North Carolina of ,
ought guide every one Whiggery's de Nemours. As fact strikingly
a illov
I to Cuba. Each government will THE CoMET.-D: ;. Bond}, the 55,000 more.
then remain as free as it was before to lain nation. at writes to the Bo holds, followed, electing five Dem It is also stated by the Kosannah. that trative of the position held by the Co-
Nor people enlightened fail to mer Cambridge, claim ) and three '
can a so I (we Clingman, in ceremonial of the German
take that which its sense of duty burgs
course perceive the utility of those rule for the Traietter&s follows in relation to to represent her in the next Con- the schooner Highlander was seized ,by Courts we' mention the fact,that
and for the interests of its people may at
a regard observance of international relations which And of the three is elec the same vessel, but afterwards given ,up.
Comet mentioned in our last. I one only the visit of Queen Victoria and
may prescribe.I for centuries have been known to Europeby because the Democratic vote ncirly The schrs. Mary,Niles and Ellen Proc P
( the of Prussia
Albert at
should have satisfied obligationsas "The comet discovered on the to King
my I tor were also chased out of the bay by an
the ofthe law nations. Among big divided between two ,
Secretary of State by this obvious remark name Jane, by M. Klinkerfus, is now I own) was English cutter. on occasion of the election of a noun-
the that law of candidates. ;
commentators some
had not Mr.\ Everett entered at on to the naked eye, in the West, at : The news of the seizure created much meat to Beethoven,. several German
the most distinguished American citizens Alabama has elected six friends of
large into argument which the simple nature an hour after sunset. excitement in Gloucester with princes and an Austrian Arch-Duke were
have earned enviable and and but coupled
of the question before him hardly an reputation "Its nucleus is of the brightness one opponent. also A grand dinner was gives
the fact thit the U. S. fs feasting present.
Squadron -
it is difficult to that the United I 1. the State o'f
suppose Kentucky yes, Whig of' Prussia this
seemed to require. star of thetbird magnitude a tail of by the King august
; Halifax instead of the t
at cruising on
would the of
the voted
States set example abrogatingits of four that
The governments of Great Britain and or two degrees in length can also be one company, when the king gave his arm t
France when they made this proposal to most sacred provisions.Nor tinguished, extending upward. the President, now sends a deliga- fishing grounds. the British while her Majestyof
let it be said that such a convention one half of whose members are his BOSTON, Aug. 22-Noon.-An extra sovereig
that of the United States,were fully aware teresting object has been observed Prussia: by the Aurn.Arh.Duk
would hare the inhabitants of from the Gloucester Telegraph, just received -
of the growth of and extension of prevented tronomers for one or two months supporters. the COsrt"
power lenin
Cuba from asserting their independence.With Tennessee, one of the other three that says:-"The Devastation passedby
At this of
territory which have marked the during which time it has been piece
progressof to internal trouble the sustain him last fall has fleet of 14 to 15 vessel saying noth- foloW afer.
a ,
the United States since the period of regard pro increasing in brightness. Its to now re- of Madame Victoria
posed convention was altogether sikut. ,and by the election of tbe admin- ing to them,and proceeded about two miles etiquet
their independence. The absorption or f from the sun is now thirty : was furious, sulky thrrngb
'II Dot declaration of has where the and another vessel
candidate Governor
a pretended independence for Starlight
annexation of Louisiana in 1803, of Florida miles but from the earth it is pro- the dinner.
r with a view immediately seeking her verdict in favor of Pierce. were lying becalmed. The officers took
in 1819, of Texas in 1845, and of three times more remote. This marriage be regarded with
I I from revolts tho of the of the and suffered wi
That will do "for President without
refuge, on part a possession Starlight
California in 1848 had not escaped them W. C. satisfaction by Belgian
j ; blacks under the shelter of the United So much for Whig abuse and the other to Why it was so,Captain arotlt1J
party. go.
still less did they require to be reminded Cambridge Observatory,Aug. 20, which is old and rich, and By
State would be looked the Howard did not learn neither did he
justly upon as curses. stop
of the events of the seven war,or of its traditions to house of Austria.
II years I same in effect as a formal annexation. The only two States that now standout i at Gaspc to see what was done,with her, th
the American war. NETV COTTOV.-The first bale But this aristocracy i is without real
the rt'yJit in tbe administration but bom >. Howard
irhil'fully admitting
Finally, opposition to came directly < Capt.
It to her majesty's influence in Belgium, which is
I occurs government, of the United &'r1 to reject the lH"fJptJsal Island Cotton received at this! place, abolition strong holds of Vermont was informed at tbe Gut that two Amer- pltiel
therefore. ,to ask for what arc the'e by the middle who exclusively -
introduced with purpose so much that teas madeby Lord Malmesbury and by BUbce & Canon, on Monday )1asachusetts. Are not our Whig ican armed vessels had passed through, control the country ta. detest the

: arguments paration,and urged with so much ability pre? .3/ de Turyot, Great Britain 111 ust at once from the plantation of Mr. John A. asking a little too ranch when they but he saw nothing of them. aristocracy and the Hapsbnrp with equal

resume her entire liberty; and ripen any I of Georgia to take her place with MOVEMENTS OF THE FISHINO SQUA- for the Duke of
It would appear that the purpose, not ten, Hamilton County. He cordiality. As r1nf.
occtition that nay call for it, Le free to so as! to make the number three 1 1 Dlto'l.-The sloop-of-war Cayane from .
fully avowed, but hardly concealed, is to 40 cts. pound for it. he is rather vivacious youngster
procure the admission of a doctrine ttat act either tinyiy or in conjunction tcitliot1erpoicrrs per II. joke is really rich. No! Georgia Norfolk, for Portsmouth, anchored off eighteen, of light complexion and pleas.

as to her may seem ft. to be excused from that entertain- Holmes' Hole, on Thursday, in a fog;- and dancer
the United States an interest in Cu- The Wakulla iVnw: ing manners, a good boy a good -
I am,&c., J RUSSELL. ee says She will, by the election of Judge she probably reached Portsmouth
ba, to which Great Britain and France yester and so far quite popular with the eir-
cannot pretend. In order to meet this MR. CRAMPTOV:: TO TUE EARL OF CLVUENPOV wagon lord of new cotton, (6 bales!!,) a friend of the administration, day.The zen, without ytbing salient or remarkable -
first of the received her continued confidence in him to IT. S. Fulton left Portsmouth
t pretension,it is necessary to set forth the season, was steamer in his character or intelligence

character of the two powers who made [Extract.] by 3Iessrs.; McNaught A Ormond, she gave her vote, by an immense on Friday for Halifax.A His mental powers arc but of the second

;: the offer in question, and the nature cf WAsniG40April 18, 1853. the Wirtland Plantation We )learn for President, last November.- 11 order and would never have excited the

that offer. Mr Everett declares, in the In obedience to the instructions contained chose Johnson as an elector then- Floridian Defrauded.Mr. least attention if they had fallen to the .

: outset of his dispatch, that "the United in Lord John Russell's dispatch of the there is a gool deal of cotton in will choose him as her Governor now. Win. F.: Otway, of East Florida, lot of a mere raor'a ,and not of a Pnc

country ready for market, but the she refused to sustain, when a made a complaint at New York, on the
4 States would not see with indifference the 21st February, I have read to the Secretary He is rather young to get ,
; island of Cuba fall into the possession of of State of the United States and ters are too busy picking to spare : for the Vice Presidency-(his 19tb.before a magistrate,against one Henry his wife i* a year Tort

any other European government than placed in his hands copy ofbis h'rdhip's teams for hauling. were few indeed.) She will not II. Sweezcoc, the reputed agent of Mr. Tribune. yunger.-.Vtl

I Spain' &c. dispatch, of the IGth of that month upon make: him her Chief Magistrate.Savannah Antonio Pelletier, shipping merchant, of I

The two powers most likely to possess! the subject of Cuba. FAILURE 3Ins..v SrowE.-A WIth"G i[: Georgian. 98 Wall-etreet, whom he charges with THE CDINESR iv CAUFOR.MA.-According -

I themselves of Cabs, and most formidable My :French colleague)] ; having also received or obtaining from him, by false pretences, to the San Fnnei correspondent -

: ; to the United States, are Great Britain instructions from his g'ucrnrnent pondent of the Ilichmond Eivjulrer between the United the sum of $t50, which amount he paid to th St. Luis Intelligencer, te

and France. to communicate to the government of the der date cf London, July 12tb, says States and England. for two passage tickets for himself and Chinese ppnlti. California

Great Britain is in possession, by trea. United States, a dispatch upon tLc same "Mrs. Stowe'n: visit has proved The Union publishes an official copy wife to Australia, on board the ship An- an of observation.

ty, of the island of Trinidad,which, in the subject! and very much to the same effect, a failure here. Not one American If the convention concluded between the gelifjue. Warrants were issued by tbe Their appearance, dress, habits,raoies fIr

last century, was a colony of Spain-; it was agreed between us that we should 1, upon her, and tho conclusion to \ States and England, in February magistrate for the arrest of the accused, life, religion and government are s w& I Vly
for the appointment of a commission- and placed in the bands cf officers Prince dissimilar from ours, and the world has
it France was in possession, at the com as upon former occasions: in regard: to this people have come, who have seen
mencement of this century, of Louisiana, matter, mike our communications simultaneously tint he could never have written by each Government,who are to choose John Davis, Lord, and Dowling, who heretofore known *o little of either that

i by voluntary cession from Spain. These ; and we accordingly waited up. Tom's Cabin,' nor could her husband umpire and meet in London, to adjust brought him before Justice Bograt. II. when one has an (opportunity observe
for that her." settle all claims on the part of corpo. states that upon examination he can show them narrowly, he feels that be is
two powers, by their naval resource!!!, are on Mr. Marcy together purpose helped treading
!', companies or private individuals his entire innocence of any evil intent in upon comparatively new .
,. in fact the only powers who could be rivals on the 16th indo 1
( the respective nations which have the transaction above 1tamed. He was ,first made tbe mind, in
!1 the after listened at- may impression upon
with United States for the possession !- Mr. Marcy, having SCUPPERNOVO INE.-'Ve see,
M. de and presented to cither Government for committed to await examination. It is beholding a crowd of Chit that
i of Cuba. Well,these two powers tentively to what Sartigcs my. columns of the Alabama Planter, a i
him said that he would submit interposition with the other since the stated that there are a large number of they are an exceedingly
are ready voluntarily to "declare, severally self read to cription of the wine made from the simpe.miade.
of the of and friend- other who have been treated in cheerful contented and
treaty a ,
of the peace persons
; and collectively, that they will not obtain the observations two gnern- pcrnong Grape. The wine is
: concluded at Ghent, on tho 24th of similar manner to those who: e complaints They chatter with a volubility
President and remarked that away
: or maintain for themselves, or for ments to the ; being of a rich, light amber color, tl
1814, and which yet remain are recorded above. The Angeliquc was and apparently 'are
any one of themselves, any exclusive con- several weeks might probably elapse before really delicious!!! There i is manelot
: would be addressed to as well as any other such claims to have sailed on the 15th, and has not good humor. Their predoniu
trol over the said island (of Cuba,) nor any reply us, prevent the manufacture of this
i assume nor exercise any dominion over even should the President be of opinion, wine in West Elorida, where the may: be presented within six months yet gone. It is alleged by the complainant nant vice appears to be a love of gaminr.

r the same." which Mr. Marcy seemed to think donbtful vine most the case of unavoidable delay, with- that at the time he purchased the They have almost a countless nrnibet of
pcrnong grows a period designated by the commission- tickets, the ship had been attached for gambling houses, scattered through lift
that further discussion i of the mat-
Thus,if the object of the United States any The average yield, out-west, of and
were to bar the acquisition of Cuba by ter between the two governments was tIe. cf vineyard is two hundred not exceeding three months longer., various claims, by,the sheriff and also by city, and which are genirally crowded t

any European State, convention would sirable.It wine which sell readily: for Ole dollar commissioners arc to decide upon all the U. S. Marsha?, and that the accusedwas excess, especially at night. They do no*

securetliat, object. would, he added, of course be necessary gallon. Now this is a good' deal within one year after first assem. aware of the fact when ho sold the use card, or any of our gaming dnie;
him read the des. and their decision in all cases to be tickets. but simply small pieces of brass ut I
for to than
'f Bat if it is intended, on the part of again over raising cotton or almost any
the United States to maintain that Great patches, in order to comprehend their full crop, for the labor attending the All sums of money awarded by The Belgium ,Marriage large a a dime, with a hole through the
but far ho could to be paid by one Government to centre. The banker, or dealer, takes upa
and France in now judge tion of is
Britain have no interest import ; as as a vineyard comparatively On the 10th inst. the marriage of the
other tho be ble of these and tbwvs.
as within do handful
case ,
of tbe
the two wish that
the maintenance of the present ttatat quoin opinion governments seem We some individnal'in '
Duke of Brabant the heir the
months the date of decis- to crown and '
after the
have ed coincide in reference to two points would them upon the table, it appears that
Cobs, and that the United States to West plant vines, mal of with Austrian Arch-
that the of the United without interest.1Fathi glon Re Belgium, an the bets are upon the fact whether the
alone a right to a roiee in that matter, viz : the one right wine and thus demonstrate the Duchess celebrated at Vienna and
.her Majesty's government at once refuseto States to decline tho proposals made to of our much maligned soil to Sunday,, Monday. and Tuesday of, the pile tits of sn odd or an even number.,
them the and French Very ew them bavetbe remotostidca
admit such a claim. Her Majesty'spossessions by English govern- snmething besides pineknots.-
week for the
in the'West'Indies alone without ments was admitted ; the other,that some Courier. From the Sarmnnah New present were appointed of our system, of laws ,o? government
The Railroad 3leetin To Day. wedding festivities at Brussels. To ,tbis
? ,
and adhere in real measure
insisting on the importance Mexico of the general positions taken by Mr 1 hectheI {
We to'sc attendance at event a good deal of, political importanceis
,and other friendly States of the present Everett in his note of 1st December, 1852, QUARANTINE AT PENSECOLA.. hope a general to their own.IMPROVED.'
which takes attributed the journalists states-
to by
distribution of her to those to render the Mobile Advcrtiser learn meeting place to-day, -us
power, give Majesty appeared governments we .
the under the men Europe, who that tbe MORTISING CHISEL. Tbe
new organization suppose
,an interest in this question which she a protest against them on their part necessary quarantine regulations haTEr ,been -
and'Albany Railroad Charter.; league of the Northern absolute courts Scientific American of this week gives
cannot least it might hereafter be inferred lished in Pcnsacola and '
forego. : ,
As we understood the conditions of the will,be strengthened by the accession of the following description pf a useful improvement -
The possessions of France in the that those positions had been acquiesced most of the vessels plying between
follows the one hand while on the in chisel 'nod* by
Belgium on mortising
arrangements they are as : ?,
American similar interest in them. Orleans and that will have
seas give a to by place to
The charter is surrendered the Sav other Belgium 'gains'neW' and powerful Mr. J. W. McGaffcy; of Philadelphia.He .-
France,which: no d ubt will be put for'ward We replied that, without pretending to running schooner that arrived .
; has
condition that the sub from the Alliance, No takennaeasnres
Holy tosecurespatcnt."It
Directory support
by her government. Nor is this point out.to Mr. Marcy\ what further step New Orleans Tuesday, last, had
of the city of one million of dol- doubt there is some foundation for these is to be applied to the .mandril eta
'right at all invalidated by the argument he was or was not to take in this matter her mate on the.way, of yellow .
be made absolute ,ten of But for the advent pf Napoleon machine consists eta,
speculations mortising
per ,
.ofMr.Everett that Cuba is to the United the object which our respective governments and had two men sick of the an .
'Statesaaanlafandatthe city subscription to be payable on the the haughty: and threatening tone Atoekhavingat a recess in
month of the had in view seemed to us to be ease.-A1 0. Crescent, 221.. is.lowtfe
ti << of the directors, :who are then to com: he has maintained toward: Belgium, and which arc placed lips,.with :"
Thames or the Seine would be to England generally,such as ho had: started .if, and 11
,to build the road OD'th line to tho the incessant possibilityof a, continental tongue between them, whicb is depressed;
,'or* France. that we, for our part; considered the discussion Quarantine regulations are : river.A '. ..- -- war, so long as France remains passive in when the chisel raised, from the work,
:The distance of Cuba from the nearest of the subject closed by the communication i
enforced the
by authorities is made her obedienco his ambition is not The farmed eat
provision for sending two it cutting as
) "part of the territory the United States which be bad just made. s t
: but the fever though noS' of lip
s | that would have the 'be
Europe to make the ncc probable King Leopold an aperture : required
c Tic;from the southern of Florida Mr. Marcy appeared received our '
is 110 miles. ,. observations conciliatory manner, and character, hasbroken, out nf the arrangements for procuring foreign succeeded in allying his family with one at one operation, and hold ,the chip Ct

An island LbJu 1 distance, from concluded by expressing his hope and be- Yard and the adjacent villages of !, which, when obtained, IS to ba of the absolute Courts. Up to the French withdraw"it:from the mortisewben tbechisel -
ringtonand Wolsey, where there to the fetal ho, had ) is'raised the
the mouth of the Thames would be placed lief that no misunderstanding arise construction'eli first class cop( steadily experienred ; chip being fam

9 :about ten miles north' of Antwerp, inBeJgium between the great maritime powers Sn re-. of been deaths.sixty seventy cases and the a j in or near direct line ,as, possibH anything but cordial treatment at Berlin, from, btwe the lips by the tg.

i' while an island at the same gard to thismatter. Nothing bearing ar Mobile. Ifthe foreign capital isDot Petersburgh, and: Vienna, where he when i dep.forces. the
- ance ye1lowfcer haaasyet : for this rather intruderiathe of drives oat
Savannah in an edges
'diJta ofronTarnacawould be placed at .. purpose/ was ever regarded as an doc
Mantanilla town in China -s appearance the BUckwater.: -. / cordaDeewith.. the :resolutions of the list of monarciuu., The French Em.. jp." It is designed bt cbkfly.

there, for. SHORT PROCESS or TANNINo.-The Courier.fiSTLord., 'last summer,.will proceed, with pire, however, changed the disposition i for mortising blind slats of .that
r ,Thus are nogronnds saying !
of Cuba VICksburg Sentinel l,of the lath;says: .. 'road connect with Florida.. If the those,Courts, and, like cool and fkilfnl Dtu The Scientific
that.th? possession by Great Bri- Co,. V. Dodge of this has in Aberdeen tho "British! tg
place, is obtained from abroad,,the Com- manager: Leopold.failed not totake : useful
the in\ntiD
.tziaprFrsnc.w ildbimcnscingto Tented>.short and invaluable process:of mi r,15 In his '70th yeli., Lord ; 'proceed tha-same. : time .with advantage,ofthe'chaDgt, ,to bring -vr -

'ihV United! States; but that its possesion. by tanning leather.. 'By means. of it..,any dow c,'who was offered|hoffice"of. '.main trunk., about this,union of J his,house with that of .. OROASIZATIO*! or A Fi PiLLEuaxzaPagrr.JTbc !-

: United Stales' would not be so to planter,e&Dr.ln an, inconceivable short minister on Lord Derby** J It will be seen by the above brief out Uapaburg* .Still we opine,t the transaction Herald

s .Great'J' Britain' time, tan,buu>wn gin bands,gear leather, has a seat ,in the Cabinet,. % of the main provisions of the new OTgmmioDthat'whi1 can hare little effect in controlling says; "An organization has been on..foot

:i There is Mtargument of the United l&o. What is remarkable, it not only Is in fiis 74th year; Palmerston is : it docs not in!'any way, the destiny of,Belgium'or of Europe,ana for several months in this country, with

-v/BUtes. Secretary of;State ,which ,appears tans a iiido iaa: short space of time, but ly 70., Sir James Graham andtord with or'retard the Florida con. we incline to see in rather a ,gratification ;. he aowe object attempting a, :fresh,

:'to.her Majestys; government not only,on'fbunded give a body and durability to the .leather Kussell hate'entered, their 62d ;year j heretofore: determined on by our ,to the self-lote eta Cobourg than: a 1 'conquest' of. CubaWe.

but disquieting.Lord which no other process* does. ,A sheepskin first nbpopular from his shifting it makes;provision, for 'carrying solid guaranty 'of:the. ,interests. even of lava reason.tobchievbat' 1'is ,so' far-
Malmesbury.snd! 3L de Turgotjmlrforward tanned by ,this is solid tics and his infamous lelte complete that{ navsactoald -
I process ,as. .the objects 9f the charter in the:con the King of Belgium.: OthQUDd'meD'

as a reason for cntcringinto.the'proposed ,i and tenacious ,or,difficult to break abtsdukia r ins,when Home Secretary; the. construction the main trunk from Sa,* The fact is that in those days>the*all*.. been nfl aDe .f1t.i

.compact,"the attacks which tanned.by an other process,, A. "uled' p" and will probably. > *h to .tht'Oulfuriever'tbe! money ,ances=of':royal households do.not exercise at any : f Je

",,,, '"have !lateljbeu. mad on. the island fQkbaby 'sheepskin.can'bo tane4by ,this ,process tb&JI usioIrdA. l Which/be wm 'bo;obtained that. .purpose,"' whUe any: '-controllinginfluence ja European >as been etoeBWire fancy,the,:

) lawless bands pfadyenturei: io from tight to ten.days,'and jt has been, 'nobody,:-Gran worth, tn Ior3": C6 e ve' a,charter for.the.Florida: eonnec* xmtics.' :The>,lime. for' sncVihiags: is 'Olhibelacilnekto' eowpliaiea e i filUusteiV '

: ofiom'the UnIted, Bbtes, 'and with, -thewtdeeig.of1a1ing ; doneiaour jwr fire: clays.," ,: l is 64, &ad1tn .!ow-coach." *'SiiCh: without: farther delay or: legislation fone.:.by, ;Leopold himself: faa itnkue > !on their chaTecw 1bnw.a4chh&t
: : poueuioiof Wood at the head of I AffI Lc.kon of,tb& istinguished ocorjborcao -
c1Ja \ : .accommodati the'icwsand wishes evidence of*this,,jHfiibecame King.pfSclgiwa ,..
g *
t':;,,-... kland' ," '.Jo Ihfe reason Mr.'EverettliejHn ':;-, ...;Tha.'tobacco. ,crop in :Kentucky .'53,.,but.he,biisTMtierto'BO; i inuch:-, all'.parties Interested.. : ; r'** Ja' tp''te 'f:tlwiteoH;..ifJti.ln.ie wvj f'.'- .'. .

., th_ terms; !'ThrPrcsidcntjsinvInce&Ihit :i.! : .ibis season, M we learn: frooTJooif-e: all that ho has! -toucacd: that. no,.r; ,Then is littU't oa\&o1061! Htbth'ij family relations which;had&e;pejsefficd, .' ; tcti

the conclusion l of such a .changes in that J.t.e.l'.willbo'almost.. *n ministry likely ,to"" bo.{burdened, :;;,when organised on the proposedbssls toy eftoti 'f'Ore&,:aboal.t:hue;uecut d nlectH lj tfcr'&tu'

treaty, instead of putting a stop to these entire failure. him. j will be able to obtain any amount to the house Orange-Nassau the con. amount t abeutOOOO *

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I -".'-' 'Tranm1graILou. ':-" T'MES l?-SITTiNG,'.; Announcements.C3T ,fjateflohbfllr'lrtiiggurrtnt; ; I

: The interated question; LMr n11efle J OF TBEVJlFFERElfT- COTSXTS- "' IffFLOEIDAl .- ; 'q .1-- -CoecLeek1TfortbeThridE.T1.: I :

j io New TorkpriU oadan answer, at last, ; r- TbMt- **>ef the He*.THOMAS BALTV E'

.::. hi thi fjcttbit ejTcrtthing js savlererjrthioj STAn COURT- ufero Circuit*. ELL present Us nsane te the people ef Ut SLate' BAGGING,Pondce; .

la its wildest & ptatiou.Yoa .- sramo ft_.. as a candidate for Chief Justice of tit. Supreme Kentucky,' "V1df: .

throw down an entdop of an old Orange and St.Lucre, Tuesday fa ApriLPatDU8 Comrt at ft*Jadlctsl election ia October next Canary 251' 18 .. .
:: 3d doc 4."April., BEEP; N.Tii.s. 1lbhl12O : I.V
:.1 letttr; or "the remaind of half burned Ssuaterr M Monday- AprfL ,tt1"w. pre-'retMtea': to unonnee;;BENJAMIN Prime, f1\bJ11S( '

c cigar lighter It I. troddeff. under loot Manes, 4th de la April D. WEIGHT as aeawTNUta lor the office of BACON, Hsnn 'tl ibm 16ShoU.rp1 ef-- .'
., PreScutl/ there AUehaa ., 1Ibi g C9 10.i Lld
soiled bat .not: I.-st. tn H la 11aT.' CemtJET >.
Chief Justice of tit Supreme r .
child Columbia. 84 dar fn Sides, W Ib JO@12 tt .
nau, of a, May. *
along I
: come'huuks".itnot 'YI,.* fflth. Hepisitw it Nasssa, "edDmb1ber ltbMonday in Msy The friends tTXSLTE A.THOMPSON, DREAD Pilot&Navy,1l Ib 8 @ 3G j] $.

--i wi iU .the Devil, 4th. Monday in May.St. si present i one of the Associate Justices ef the'Sa.: BUTTErVO n" j R> 31 33 f : C
ami precioaitreasare. .
in a bag, go* )o .John, 3d do in June. FloriJa tl1b 25 } : ..f
.t Who can tell what wonderful "...TTUB. preme Court announce him t9 the voters of Flor. CANDLES, ,Sperm, Vaii o ( ratU

machines are busy today, masticating to Orange ant St.Lode, 31 Tuesday before the Ida as a candidate for Chief Jartice of the Stat. at AdamantineCHEESE ib .'2"1f .*
Silk to
: in the approaching election in October next. 'tUb 123'4 U I
what Jet ,
those mefragmenu, or t
-- pulp ;
gin Cuba bI
Putnam lAst before the
glossy area for thought may Dot be "ex ia November., Tuesday lit Monday 07-The Heads of the Hoa THOMAS DOUGLAS Rio to1!l1bl 1 11 12

tended" thence to.mt-.rru..l What poli. Sumter 4th Monday in November. 0ate Jadge of the CaiUrn CireuUJ announce lapai'iN iaEj i.'

titn shall grow patriotic-what poet "find Marion, 1st Monday In December. him ai s. candidate for the office of ASSOCIATE DOMESTIC GOODS. I I t >'

himself famons" thereon, obodj can AUcbo.,2J Monday December. Jcsncx of the Soprsme Court, at the eleetion ia Shirtings 11ld e l 12 esi.;
tell. The wind flutter off a loose rag Colombia, Monday in'December.St. Oetoxrniit. }aly2 ': Sheetings fl1d 12M6 .44 1 *,<.
.Johns lat Monday IA November.KasMO Drills 1d 13oentburgv .
bears the odious thing a Tile frkade er CHARLES H. DUPOST :
from a beggar, !1" 13 i
Tuesday before the 3d Monday of 1
little way on its pure pinion, and lets it November. Gadtden county, Florida, announce Ma .a FISH Uckerel' lb J2Jil G ;i .".

fail to its level again-the gutter; and Duv l, 3d Monday November. eandidaU for ASSOCIATE JCSTICX of the Supreme FLOUR!, Canal *'$ 1330 l

there it lien, but not long. An old woman STATE COURT-Middle Circuit.tntio Conrtof the State, at the approaching election in Baltimore t?;bll I (it 1300 j -
GRAIN, Corn V') 1 00 1 Ore -
it it into her basket October next. July 9C7 ; S
discovers flings Tcur.Mad'aon '1I 1 00 c 250 '

where are more askin to it, and hobbles 3d Momtay in April. *ft** art mihorizfd to announce the lion. GV'NPOWDEItl 40 a50 I. I .

on her way. Next month you may admire Jefferson, 24 da in April i A. O.EF.MME3, u a candidate for re-eleoti to HAT. VHIDES. ; Ibl 10 200 I i .

soot exquisite fabric. It is only WakaUA 1st do in April. the oCee of ASSOCIATE JCSTICT of the Supreme Dry '? Ib&& C It 7 j i i j -
Leon, 34 do in March Deerskins Ib 10 12
'tl 1 I
that in disguise 1 A pailful of sand : Court at the next October election. july 2 // '
rag Gadsden 1st do in March. IROX allfcindg th1l"1 C CO t 800 I I| .. S

is worth money; ashorelfall of mud is D.uni1ton,4th do in'ApriL i ITTh: U... WILLIAM A. FORWARD, LARD U ? bac ; I I *

hood; filth unimaginable has a price; FALL TCKX.M LIME. Ibbl 2 00 ( 2 25 I ;1 .
Judge of the Circuit Court for the Eastern Judicial
trash the uttermost finds market without *
Cireait Florida, will be voted for by the people |
Jefferson 3d do in November.
Tiaber 1200
Ranging mShtnrlra 800 I
going to "Cowes. The clippings from WakalU, 1st da in November. In said Circuit, to fin the tame office winch be now 4lm 400 6 7 CO i :S :! and

whiskers--if wear them-are holds at the election in October 9 ; .
you you L-on, 3d do in October. next. July MOLASSES, %!1 30 I I

worth something; anything you would O dsdent let do in October. NAILS. 't1 ROILS > 8 \
naturally throw away is "thankfully-re Hamilton, 4th do in November. fr>- We an authorized to announce S. ST. s'pernt f1al1 23 I5J I i i .-

ceived." There's a mouth and not a STATE COURT-Southern Circuit. GEORGE ROGERS as a candidate for reelectionto Linseed 3zal\ 1 12t a 125 >,
the office of SOLICITOR for the Eastern Judicial POEK. Mess %bbl! 20 00't@ 2"' CO said .
either for that and ftrtnto TCKX.
pig's potato-pairing, Levy, 4th Monday March. Circuit of the State ot Florida, at the election to I Prime, Jbtl IS 00 @ j I Il i sad

many a similar apparatus waters for the Hernando, lot Monday in April. be held on the first Monday in Octobernest. PORTER London tUoz 3 50 I I t!:
melon-rind you have just cast away.- RAISINS, Jhx 200 400 for
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Hillsborongb Monday April. July 2 It
Those decayed lemons heaped in the gutter Monroe, 1st da in May. SALT. sk liO I 17: ; .
cr We are aatboriznl to announce JAMES SOAP, Amcr yellow i1b 10 1 : 'J'
that bold nose at suffer FALL TCIX. I said
you your may Levy Sd Monday in October. 3L BAKER as a candidate for the office of SOLICI- SHOT, of all! size, $!Ri 8 10 i -

a change "into 'something rich and HernsnJo, 3J Monday in October. TOE for the Eastern Judicial Circuit of the State SEGARSSpaoiah 'im2500? 4300 i i ef II'

strange, : that yen will drink next sum I Hillsborongh. let Monday in November. Florida, at the approaching election In October I American **2 lroSPIRITS. 10 00 2000 1 bd .

mer. ,\ bit knows Evcn'tbe old bonesf Monroe, lit do in December. next. Brandy. & alHoiUnl 1 4 00 I i ;
y Gin, 1:1 al liJ 1 .75 : ) ; ,
departed 1 sleeps and beeves that will
STATE COURT Western Circuit. To the Voters of Daval County.Circumstances Run Vi'd 59 ;
never "come under" again, are carefully i Swi .
craiso TCKX.Frsaklia Whiskey tgil ii 4 10 It'
iratb''red (rom alley and street, and by- 2J Monday in April. Induce me again to announce SUGAR Florid* t lb I 8 (I 10 )
myself as a candidate for re-election to the
au l by will figure on somebody's wait- Calbonn,4th do in ApriL yon I>,-if*nJ Crushed Ib 11 Ie } .
cat, glittering and glorion under the Jackson ht do in May.Washington. office Jcoot or P&OCATE of yoar CountI'our TALLOW. 'Th' 10 ii' 12 : t1
3J do in support is respectfully solicited. \ (4
May. TOBACCO: i1 tt20 33 Ca
nannof buttons else to .
; or ground Holmes, Tnesday after 3J )Monday May. July 9 FELIX LIVINGSTON. TEA, UI'IDtllb.. 1 00 A i !
become the ,magical powder that shall Walton, 4th Monday in My. B'.aci! "fJ --j ; Do. .

qakkca 'he! pnl-" in the ("h M bosom of Santa Rose, lot Monday in Jnne.Escambia cr Th friends of ISAAC SWART presenthis TWINE, n ibl 50 tc. I'

M .:\c- i S.r.o. 'i!! it glows with the flo- 21 do in June. came as a candidate for Judge of Probate of WINES all kinds, 'F I_ 2 00 ('j 4 CO I Jr
I FALL 705)1. Decal county at the ensuing election in October bon ; }
rtl thought* "f 'he Summer or heaves i

will the swells .'f the Harvest. And t Franklin",1hoon,Thuradiy let Monday after in December.4th Monday in NOT.Jitck next July 2 JACKSONVILLE! MALE! INSTITUTE, I I I. i are

UoJ..I' i isUa*. ii: 'je' great City, the <*on, 21 Monday in November. To the Voters .( floral (...Ir. :I l EY. I. SWART, A. M., Principal I A ; I

ttHI..I1.J r.iu: if .ii' meanest into the W..Ising""I. Tuesday after 1st Mob-lay in I respectfully announce myself to my fellow eiti. .- I ap.'

In -t t,turifu i< Jtilv nnl hourly effecte.N November. tens of Da"al cOIIDtl as a candidate for the office RaUs Tuition. !

Y Tril, ,.' homey' tat Mind-c;in November. I of Clerk of the Cirruit Court of said county- I I Orthography Reading, Defining Arithmetic end and f
>V"!ton. 4b: do in October. pledging myself if elected,to discharge duties I Penmanship. per quarter of ilcven weeks $1C'JGeography 'o
I my |
Grammar History, Composition, 1 .r
Stnta Roan,3d do in October. ;
I to the best of my abilities. Elocution and Book Keeping, Co, 5.00 :
-ttE: ; .> i'jii Apothecaries ia Baltimore Eic-imbia, 21 do in October. .
)18, 21. 1653- I. T. G.r.SIEC'lr. I Higher branches of an English.: Mathematical: as
tir, n-' 3 i'.r-.i 114< Jktrrf EfptetOf nt for UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. and Scientific course duo tAO i ,

.; ..{ 5. tj.. asJ uf Stitixr't Dtirrlai Cordial A".r/ier. District. Eiiitar-Please announce the name of'' The Ancient Lanjuajes, tie. ID.flO on : I
A74it.i At tae Bowels ti at they "are satisfied i Tallahassee, let Monday in January.ApnUchicoli GEORGE STONE as a candidate for Clerk of the The French Language ia classes. 5.00
Drattiug and Persijcctive, 1,00 'b :
tj&. ta;v are 41 I at lei"r great ralae. aDd very of- I lit lo in February. Circuit Court, at the October election. and oblige I Painting, in water colors, LCD cle : .

$4ent for tHe cure "f the diseases for which they I Pl'DUC'"II| ., let do ia March. May 2353. MANY VOTERS.T | ., oil 15,00 the 14.

are Tf.9 "'Jna:1 1 that thy bear th, erUenee of St. Angustine JIlt do in April. Prof. C L DES ROCIIER3 instructs French. the >-.,
Southern District. the Voters of Duval Drawing and( Painting. oct9 ly ;:
siL in J rirt ia tbor: preparation and style of pot- county.Ffl.ow.Csrizeas I __ __ --L-- :__ A : '.
Admiralty Court Sill at Key Writ; always in I offer the
: respectfully myself .
4 "
tin ij.e* alrertiseuent io another colnun. .
; up. session. I JA ONVILJ70UNDRY .ef
a candidate for the oBee of Tax Assessor and Collector -: :
aag4I I t alto- _"
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MACHINE I 0 R K S.l'In ;:
ait aU: lectionaud will be 1 if de- .'
l. grateful foryoursnport; ati 4.-
t. i 4 ...,," .,. wit* "ie Vru tfiige jathic.jouritaI.PORT elected win promise discharge the duties of the : Jacksonville FounJrv and )b- I JL I .
14- I *.' 4jtf ":. '1... C-i Ml-'i &<%. Mrf> l>Ot Works arc now prepared to furnish, : I for Z' f.
OF JACKSONVILLE. office to the best of abilities.A. .
r. Is.'. wi.< ; \ .' .ir bem-fii rh- my upon short notice, to the .11.; .

: r- i .- ) ."i N r ;'tOS inlif 1.a W. CRICHTON.Cdiurt a1l'-nill: !. ScQithinjr, Tarnlr and \"I ..; ,
,.' o"f.. .. '.<. .. "'.eb .s .tlif: &'.tua. REGULAR PACKETS. SteamEneine!from cne Finishing in all their Ke- .:b.:
from Charleston Please the eel
Steamship arrives every cllr. auoounce name ,
.1'n '._ ." :i .!>-. .'. and leaves to hundred horse branches. I {'-11
Sunday on Tuesday roomings.Ktfm _
of JOHN D. McKINLEY as a candidate for the :! Pumjis.Mill. :i -
Is' if ... I ll .l. .e- Wel.ka Raad from Sugar ,
1 .i rr "iJit w : > rr m** +rri f-rnrj f .,. .. .. a-u _..1 .
Office of Tax AuoBtui OolKcrtw. for Da l fltrsnesr Je- w Faw- c"J, 1
,i.1 fl. H.t-k"- -i'Ci u-, tA which wet Savannah,and retains oa Taesday mornings. Ordt MUM, I rcpairinp,ie.,dc. t I or- .,.-i
< H i J' .f iI lIt cily iDter..i in Steamer Florida arrives from Charleston every county. at the election in October next Carting(Iron orEra., Dr..inv and estimate. I ; Iiri' .

tfa-ir *.i, I ., U -ir 0.ill"b'* health. Wednesday and returns on Friday. And oblige. MANY VOTERS.Cy Hells.f any size required I without charge. I .It- -.,_"
Steamer Wm. Gaston arrives from Savannah every .
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Ia Li..1 I .lI iii"lars -1 hiD* in said .
Wednesday and returns oa Friday. .
r..e frlrait ( ANDREW J. PHILIPS When yt.qieired.mim1etent MarhinUts fur'b..1 ,
fr..ra those or t blli.".. v. .ho.M mike use Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for Enterprise ewe "
of tb. only gcnoiise mli.iur..llebens.sck'i' Liter on Wednesdays and returns on Sundays. announce him as a candidate for the office of Sheriff to put in reasonable opperation terms.all Machinery purchased of T i t ., .; .'

Pills. of Devil county at the October election. us. upon J100XET GOo rx. : : ... .. .
Cr-B*JMf dec'.itel."'but isi f.r IIoh nMek's ENTERED. mar 19-tf Founders and Maehmest : I ; \ "f

Worm .Syrup and L5..r PilU, in I obserte th:te Lug 27-Schr M L I>avi*,Dal't. Charleston. II7"'ne Friend. of URIAH BOVVDEN preen' ----. :i buv,( ,, ..;:.' "

HuflENS4Kinoi"el-w ire :f'Dllinf'4 "- 31-Sobr- ScbrJoaepbJanieiSmithNYi Grecian, Riehardwn, Boston Sheriff of floral ouaty, at the October election. JACKSOXriLLK. FLORIDA. 1 I .

m y 14-ly jutted Hat .
CLEARED. -_ TUB: SUBSCRIBER his just CPMptetctl p- fi.
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Tweity Dollars Reward. Aug 27-Schr H Hndwn. Leek.N Y c7-The friends ot THOMAS SUAREZ presenthis 1I the above Hoope. fitting it nj in the l-f1' .,-

Schr J Prcbble. Stront. N Y name a!a candidate for County Comml.si TD AXAWAY from the wVseriber. from hs place Schr Talbot, Whitmore. N Y at the next electIon.Look to please all that may favor Lim with their I and this '_ ,-
I It oa Xnia Rirer. hi ,
(rica. aboat 4i years of ace epeeeh broken, .' 30-Brig Tame. Fett.N Y Particular attention pilu to Icvalid. :- ;:,;.
about i feet 6 inches high moot built. I purchas- Brig John Alfred, Gray,N Y out fora Negro Thief! A. COY is ,#
eol Torn fr ii the ertate .t John W.Gray, oa Cumberland Brig Rebecca &Francis Rodfivh, Boston Corner Orean and Monroe-streets. I I the .t_ :'J
Jain,* The above reward will *>e paid .4 Brig;Addle, IViJliken.Portsmouth $150 REWARD Jaeksntivrfle! Nov.:0. lSiZ J
1 for his apprehetron &II I delivery tome, or his Sept 1-Echr Lucretia.Xead,. Boston, mnOMAS WILLIAMS, of Montgomery Co. _Good Stablingfor_ Horses. \ i } I I| : "LI '..tj
I eonfinenent ia the nearest jail so that I may get Schr United States Batebelder.N Y X Geo- oflVrs a reward of Fl KT V 1X M,A RS, I .;
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I -la. 2-.Schr Jit taponey,Goosey N Y ($50)) for the arrest of a man named JAMES R. Madison Springs Georgia. : ;

I TI1"l.tiT.PAT.t i Brig Gen Taylor. Smith, Philadelphia PADGETT, about 35 yean of age, 5 feet 10 inches 11 fR. WATKINS takes pleasure in in. I 134 I'j : -
< < 3. high sallow wmp'ezion.ItOIl' fifpire.WILUAX f' ilL forming his friend and the Public :; :
I -- F. WIU.IAMS, of ErncjwieV Glynn is generally,that be has made njements I .i1t eIDI
JOSEPH WHILDEN I A Situation Wanted county, Geo, offers a farther rew rd of n hTVlH for re.openirgtbeiiPRINGS. on the 10th of June. I[ -
>LLtn! for the arrest ofiaid PADGETT. Tho culinary 11' be under the man- I I[ to -
D&iLJ.a ts LADY who has bee engaged in teaching for I department I) I| .
sa ( I IOOLL41lSror
Tnoxzs F WILUAMS offers a reward of Ft FlY of Mr.K. Tyner. MaconGa,whosecaterinr -I, 5I
PAINT, OILS, GLASS, I.J\ the last twenty-three yean in Virginia. and hisNegroman STEPHE4Y.a* asment aol knowledge of that branch of the bnsi- :: I I
'l D who has just resigned pleaaaot and profitable about 30 yean,yellow! complexion about 5 feet 10 flees has heretofore given entire satisfaction.The ; I I
: :: DiI.111 I.rE 7J School from a desire U change her present location inches high, medium bailu with long busby hair- II offise and recption will be managed by >Ir.O i I
for a mere Southern climate,) would be glad Blacksmith by trade Said stolen by said Carolina. Every
negro ef Charleston, South
W TaJ i.VT 3AV,OPrH $ITE"._4 M.BASK, !I Davis :
ca a.a'Ts, ..CII. i to obtain situation in PADGETT, and sold on the Savannah River, I effort will 1-0 made to contribute b the plcarare: I ( : I
She baa been chiefly occupied in Instructing
from whence he ran awiy and was seen in SiTan- and comfort efafi tbe: -. .
yoanglaJies ia tbe English branches usually taught nah, and said he wan on hi* way to Florida suppofcd June '- kiep coasUatly for sale general ID tbe higher class of Female Seminaries, and ia to n*'et PADGETT who ranaway from : I

assortment ef the Latin anY French = Beaufurt IKstriet,S.C,on Sunday night,July 31st. 1Pavillicn House, I the
PAINTS A OILS of all kiada. WINDOW GLASS Refer to .Dr.John Rev.Jlr. NeiL and is presumed to be making for Florida. tC.ruevSOntk Bread cad BaUStreeUH t and -. ;
AND 6ASUE3.SPTS.TI7RPEXTLVE.CAMPIIESE. Address Mr. E.P. NASa. Petenbnrr. Virginia. aagzO-loa *. rnore 4. 1 "W
SPIRIT GAS8. TALLOW. For further particulars inquire of Dr Miles 2\a.h. S t-nfM CLARK.oPUTOJt. i IT
GRINDSTOXDS CORDAGE Tallahassee. ans (Mt WILLIAM P. he >
Ten Thousand Acres of Land LARGE proportion of tbe Rooms of this evtabl
C Thai Pumpi Votton Fool Gin }Fixtures A be appropriated to I II

due Pacluny : 41'11 and Brtuhttttf List of Letters Including a Valuable Plantation, with the accommodation shined wilt of hereafter the travelling public. First I .
EMAINIMI in the Post Jackson- '
variant kinds. Office Lxtensire Improvements, class Carriages with careful drives wm be mattendance 1
XV vifle,Florida,August Uh,IS 3. the Steamboat and Railroad laaongs.::
march lt-ly. Well known at the residence of the fate at
B Lyon, II to convey passengers te the PATH.UOwhere '
COL. J. H. MclxTOsn
C. D. OAK, Bellows Gee Capt LadJ, Mrs J E every attention aad the best aseommodation will F for
Beacbnm Mrs Nancy Liniken Capt Alex Oil, Miles from Jacksonville, directly await them. jemeia-gw <
WATCHMAKERJEWELER, npon tkt :t. John J.II". iI> '"
Bc'recher, Ceo K ":
"ecbeer n..wa Black, William Morel Constant TUB SUBSCRIBER has been appointed Cape May Sea Bathing. I p* ,,: ..
KEEPS constant/ on nt for the Administrators and will B
BarkeThom, .2 Mekey.J W CONGRESS ALL 18 SOW OPEX. .: :-..
haadatae asserteseat ef Dalies,'Miss M ry MODab.,T!oa show the premises to aay one wishing to purcbse. location ef this House on high aad'beantl-I ( --

-- I WatcsM.Jewrtry and r syCe Be fcton.Joh n G MeEy,Ju II THE grounds,with Urge Lawn in front renders of- :..-

.Ja..whit a.slits for sale eaeap for eaaa.Watehft Carton Oe W )Mannerly, Chas Alsothe Equipments ifs Sugar House, em- H the most desirable of any oa the Island- I by t ..

Repaired and Itarr.., C ,Morris John racins the necesurlapl'uaulS connected Gas has been' introduced and many other improvements ,.'f.:< .
with Making. made since last season. .
Mrs JUehael9Mrtin 11 Sugar
For St. AupstlJiL.FJ Commaader, Gen J M Moore,John Also,a quantity of Machines and Tools used The proprietor hopes to heretofore merit a continuance received. of .st I ;
TUE Steamer Carolina, Calbnrto fUpt S S.latlae.1 Brnj ia raising ant preparing Cotton with Iron the JaDe very%$ m patrnajre W.B. MILLER. Proprietor. : I

..;-. win stake CaN Philip Meore fc Perkins Geered Horse Power ia complete or 1er. :; : I'1-

t.rtp\e 8i. 4ogoi us T..sa, CoUaoa.JaatV .MeIU ,J H The Land will be parcelled t.o.salt purclia-' M'' H Hwisa'aadLstsfor. -' .
'Bteraiag. tbCkarleeUM. SetMa. sad lisv. was by M ,3) -Jf sers. .- ? :'
ELLECUASSE FIlfIGAJr, DirbeeUObaTt2 .Nooree, Joe TerwnliUral. ,J.E.JOHNSON, ,rpWoeosuerIots.1oaostdudrb11D1t0t the .L : to'
'a.1-' Dewvhers L C P Agent firJaclsonTille .44J1 st,tors. .-L' .town for a residence on one cf which is good '' ."'.
flre rooms well finished with : "i.'
Aug. 13,1853-tfBOARDING. nineontainlBS
Pannenlin '
T MrsAmyH '
i Hay.QM P.rbrGeo IIFertaai aH&eesary wtbatldines, and a well of the most to -' -'i', .::1.' :
tsjlee p..Eastern Hay; Just arrived sod Field,Joseph : excellent water, are offered for sale at a reasons cf
0. -fcraal ty' AM..REED. ,Peter Pier,Daniel lie triee. For particulars, enquire. at this efflce.

; ___ Toy.J*$ H .. '_ ,..zFrink .. Ti/TRSII.M.REILTS/ ; Boarding KousemeoriV.L .qU-tt -
.rFifty ,.Mr Fletcher Kolxrti,weruEahls nor of Ad'mi and Leers streets is now For Sale
Dollars Reward.RATf 0 3litcbaelOeis'.E.vJ I .4
t who
for the reception boarders' Jbrse
open ; LOT. situated
.. iey IACX. esi the UU L2 ,Rossirnot, LH HIGHLY Improved &
A VAY free* my may favor her with their patronage will",Sad MA centre of the Town upon which to a Iafltad .
il Greeie.ABGriwame 8
: Jaly. He is aeeat yean eld, with her house a comfortable hpmf. The oes. .A
Mack eewttaciecw U steal baa treat teeth a little JesseeOriadred. Short well,JaeSwighover I eemmodSowBoarding Hcmse.three high :
stands of locations ia the TWENIY.TURkEtre
on one the .highest with. !
*.ums,with a large sear ee.kia breast from abars, Boot Benj I THIRTY good rooms all ef.
I win grre Tweaty Doaanl delivery te sne.r Willis Solan Daniel : city;is airy and pleasant' hating been rteent- plaeClf.with an eBesaary wt-huBdings- good Skin }) de- -
Groth*, : ly paiated anJis now la complete order- ftae shade trees.AcAls. !.aTJaUee that X eaa get fcla and fifty F Snam,James water any ; ;-i -
"?JMtan fer Ue boy sod evuieaee te oeosiet s>nyarktel Gerard GUlett.-ACGage.Jotia '.GfO' : Jacksonville, Jaly o, 1833.. .3os: D.UUI.+ua !
a eraars riagaiss -
..7 OEOtOS B&AJOTSO. stiseerMrihry; '-" > ..adjoiDJDlloL .f : .
,,$1MkCrek.3ia.AvgZ2.. XUt Oath. IsaaeSffentxDrT SammeserMrsMaryK. i :CLINCH:HOCfeE.rpIIE .- .APBITATEBEflDEJSCEenthe
the mnstva1naJankonviila.Aprit
''r : SUBSCRIBER This is considered No ,
'. :::' ',Stop Titef $100 Reward.' : ,c .' T.bierWiw1ffastIegsevO JL the above Housn would respoctfally soCiit bit property ta-la WaW'i'1. "'II'IIu.1 1L P.DJrf wUl.be..r s.
iow.- Apply
.1 .- 'R"AWAY 'fr eiibesa'.. & H Taylor O M", I the patronage'of the public. There araat: thb : :-t: : S
?' .Bay;'as the Slat 3"y ... EetherMra.T.ylor,Alford time some Ice to eiz rooms vnoeeapiedV sevsral be :
4- :
., t. S n''TUll ANDE'D.sON a rrisWmB T.n.r, Mi e Susan'Ttmoemwn. I the same,wUh'"r. places. -..Boose tawftain : :: Dovsi.rORS..t.L&! '. be -

:at etfeorteea years ef age krt rather- H.ff m.Qehn .John one hundred sad fifty yards of the Post Offlee and WODER1T FISISHEO Iw? story.HSLHowettTrasruHa of ,.
A .
Gin Scott'sfoer
for >4
4. .saaU ferhisage. He to tatelBgeat sad 'T t. wharves. The undersigned is agent rule -
HoveyjWssR 'eoack and horse hack maD lines : a-plesanf portion
; bone fwe
.ek spoke*, bail sear. ettsfeTbtsi thighs freest J iNartjsnsv Cpt B ... of tari fiak, wd
the of eee both leaving for Ocala. ': For farther : the to'n- ,. are < -
-a.d fro e eat near uj m.
a a sear
'Varen Miss lsella.'WTOianu
*'fcet I sua'apprehensive he baa been catieed away JeyeeDaaIet ,. Ian..wy at tbe eOeea ef ti>e Jacksonville- the root Ia tinned, Ttere is a tacanUot ai-

fcy si.1t'\1W .*.Wb.MkDQVItOW laridag"aWittke JeneeEW W News, and RepaMiesau' ,. jo1ai'LU 1."JU bou1d r il\Jht .oasfIf de-
skrieUwrbood. I wfll give tea Wan JeaksBaehue lire& b1 the purehueT. For terms,apply to 'I '
<: ibr the reee very of the bey if taken iatteaeJgbWteB I, XKer Wsa4teTCq4J. ,alatt82. : !C 'Apr9-if BELLECIlASSX 1INEGN.NB.Irnctu1LIntwsweetctbc 1 .
Laod ifty doHars If taken e d silt, aad .Milt Et.W.pet".AOUo sorpre.Is .1 .' : -S
.t,tIIesft4-u I.'I 1L AM a X WflepvTbeo4o' .' Ifotlce. M -**\.: "iUbe'.I.. --D-P. -
"bsvsdred .oI1ad for -reeevery or lbs bey sad t.tttCol WbUeeyGlTlAiiks4 ; : :' mzm eparthenbfn, heretofore existing;nnder fbi : r I $

.yreeftevenrfci aay wWte-iaaa. whe may, -hare- e*> ;W.' alker, W1thi -_ .title of BAXDWZK A BTESJB,kariag boeaCswlrcd .k..Z'1"JUSe'1 r-ml .t ; : J' l .
"-tleed ktlll..,. tlI MrsAlei WilluauB&Ce; t. fcy the lsaiheWr.VJTaMhSbuLaeSI ot a'1Imti
1J AoMr s mtitTaJlanaemlnatnrU H aid flm wU be. tloeod hy.the sahssriW. the juryfviugasrtnAfl A ) eoa sal 31 Is sitasted0j3tsantprtotth 'i 'A ; .. -
.) C- G&AaDISOS'.DOYSta. 1J.iJ'. ::. .WUlla.W persons ladest.dtA .r k rttf .Aeoaptete&1sofendfor an4teS desirable I F
** ?t S& GELA1I5K.Sbeetii aad BeredX iPuIasiq1.hv'Ii?1. I.TsI.a abe'. I aoo.nhsp1u4isI4ImarSJesfTc4te. AI l\1" ; fb&'I IAmI. .,""...-,., ._u 4.At-th -.on.' -{, N r.'F
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FLOKIDANEWS.PUBUSIIED \ QatbS usinrss : ; $600 CHALLENGE! -- -3GQOA Eair1STi
THE tofesstbnal ..Qatbs' .vaCkttS Stages, &c. !


article founded upon Scientific Principles
".YIUet'D Co**!* FUrtaa fcy 1FA Hm.g
COUNSELLORATJ.AW. compounded Vegetable substances,

GEORGE 0. POWERS & CO. -*If 0- AND COloIIIISSION MERCBANTSAuger's TJ, S. K.Steamext,& being perfectly safe when taken and has never

( SOLICITOR Iff CBAKCEZY.ap t i been known to fail In curing the most obstinate

I TzxTDoU4rpsr.3IIIfl&dTflC1.It. :o Jackaoaville n*. ly Xorth Wharf,, AND FLORIDA. 'case. Worms can never exist when this reme

e paper discontinued. untIl all arrearage &repaid -- CBARLETON, 8. C. dy i* once used, from the fret that it not only

,unless$the option of tho rnbUshen.ay MeQneen McIntosh, riiCD'K K.f&AlE&. J rAttk.Taoxrsotmay Tr.re.zla to Palatka U 94 t* 30 U*.n. destroy them but removes all the lime and

.A&rKiTuuf$ win b* iaMrt oa th. ATTORNEY'JT LAW 7-Iy. : mucus which may remain.
.' JbUowinf terms: ngl3. JaeksoaTilla Ha tf S. & E. GILBERT every Saturday, at 3 P.M. Retaining,will leave TIlE TAPE WORM.
Oa.DoBar pen:& *,of twelve line and nndr. PALATKA every Monday,1 A. M. PICOLATA This worm i is the most difficult one to destroy

for th*first insertion. and T5 cent for each subsequent Hopkins & Braham, I MANUFACTCKER3 in all rloncriptiocB of I DEALERS CAR. 10 A. M, and JACKSONVILLE, Tuesday, at S of all that irhftbit the human.>ly. It grows BLEB'SANODYNE

insertion. To yearly advertisers a liber ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RIAGEstNo'aZ5and4OWgnT.WOPTR.STIIET. P.M. to an almost indefinite length,and becoming so CHERRY EXPECTORANT
4 TIlE FLORIDA will leave CHARLESTON every coiled And fastened in the intestines stum
'L ai.countwrn bo mado. Owes AT P ALA TIt-'i F. 7., and Ko. 1 UUl'z.Snn't Tuetdar.. at 3 P. M. Returning, will leave nch 118 to produce ltfj & y..,', confidently recommnde to Invalid, ,* ?
Qy AlTfcdverUieaienU must b* paW for before VILLpraetJeeln the Eastern Circuit. Bull I Charleston, S.C. PALATKA. 10 o'clock A. ){., BLACK Da.tte'9 soirAssio by any known preparation, (forth
.t entrusted to their care will be promptly at.j extensive and CREE"'I I which is the cause of many going to the grave, euro of COUGH, HOARSESfcg
niortlon. union by a regular customer. By ref, Our stock is an on* purehasors 3; P.M..JACKSONVILLEFr iay.4 aJtd 'ochflt'
be tended to. Fob 21,'52Mf respectfully requested to call on us, ss we can These Steamers connect with all the not believing that these complain's have their forms of Cosmos COLDS BRONCHITIS
I 1 rIng to cit terms. the requisite sam may ascertained offer great inducements style:and price*-and Stages .f East Florida and connect both ways I origin from Tap Warm;' const'qllenlly'tLtl ASTHMA, CROUP, CONSUMPTION ia .7

I transmitted with the advertisement. B. M. Pearson, any article bought at our establishment are warranted with the New York Steamship,Carolina. Railroads do not r.e the proper tiiedieiu for their dis Early State, and for the RELIEF of the P]

07"Adrortifeme&U not marked with the num. ATTORNEY AT LAW. in every respect mar 5-ly and the Wilmington Boats. ease. To those who are afflicted with this aw. ; tient even in advanced Stages of thai .F.i.l

ber of insertions required will be continued until Jacksonville, '. Passage from Charleston ot Jacksonville, $8, ful foe to health. I recommend the use of my Disease. ''

forbid and charged for. will practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits LEONARD CHAPIN. from Picolata and Palatka $10. Worm .%ynrj,nt,
all the and U 8 ouw, Haaofaoturer and Dealer in aUUnka f"Ttl1."f'll.rt'l"uIa"'f11'1'l ta, in doses of two table spoonfuls three times I of esteemed value
Qy Fire Dollars will charged tot announcement the Supreme Court of Stat, in tho c&asosii4y liAR- J W. CALDWELL. Charleston long with others of nor*
I of candidates for offioe; In advance. District Court for the Northern District of Florida. CARRIAGES AND BELLECHASSE A FINEUAN a diy then take from five to eight of my Liver recent discovriy,and besides itsj4irr and
t7'yNEg it. 121 1'1..lJn..str
February 7. 1852 tf Pills to dislodge and the worm. By stristIv .
: : *10 00 Jacksonville, pass tonic qualities, acts through the akin
on..qn.fbrsizmontbs. next door North of Pavllliwn Hotrl. and 33 Wtt- following thesedirect the ml18tobsliDattt'caaes I geatlv
..REID Patat and with for the
a. great efficacy
10 00 curt of tli
other Buslaow Cards per an. .BTREET Charleston. & C. ,
Legal or Felix Livingston, WORTH feb 5-tf of Tape worm can be speedily cured. class of diseases.
Notice to Debton and Creditors. : 7 00 Elejcantstock of Couches. Rockaways Bageees,.
1 ATTORNEY AT LAW, hand. Prices low ROUND on STOMACH WORM.This -.
for Letters Administration. 5 00 and Salkiee, eooftantly on ; FOR ENTERPRISE.
I J I Application Adminirtrator. 10 00 JACKSOAVILLF, FLA. terms aecemodatittg. mar 5-1, AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS. worm is usually unJ in the small In. STABLER'S

; Application for dismissal as AprilSS. tr f _. K The steamer SARAH SPALDj testines, and is the worm most common to children DIARRHEA COHEIAL..
will he
r I Editorial notices for private benefit Carriage and Harness Repository, o3z-t",-j l ING.Capl A. S. SriEK. havingnnlos .yet ills not entirely confined tot hero,M ts Mixture
double the rates of advertising., will adults have ) been known pleasant compounded ia ntm
.. been thoroughly overhauled frequently to suffer "
At th' IThite fl.us.orlh '.Corner of
F. with the rules
r Cy Ap religioos notices will be inserted gratuitously Clay Barrett: MEETING AND WESTWOIITIISTS. assume her regular trir between this place and with them. The Symptoms most prominent mint Pharmacy, of therwpeutio

to fl NOTARY P VBL1 C.Cannnissionrrfor II Enterprise,leaving Jacksonville every Wednesday while affected with this wormare hardness and agents,long known and,celebrated hr

'All admimble* personal communications will be taking ActaateMemmt ef Charleston S. C. at 9 o clock,A. M,arriving at Palatka same day, fullness of the belly, slimy stool looseness of their peculiar efficacy in Caring DlABRHffZ

Deeds; lId .'At,Iirmeat JVruixg C ARRIAGER of every description at the lowest i leaving Palatka every Thursday at 8J o'eloek, the bowels picking at the nose a bjllf'lIh streak and similar affections of the system. laiu
advertisement ,
thtrged as be wed in prices a!ways on band ami no article sold except I I A.M..ln connection with rteamers'Wm.Gaston action, it ALLAYS RACSXA and produces
.:; fjy All bills for Job l'rinti1:, must be paid! on 10 the Siatit f snob a, canS be warranted in the fullest term, I! and Florida, and arriving at Enterprise santo day: under the eyes. &c. lyon, or any of your thy condition of the LIVER .> a heal.
I NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.JACKSONVILLE. .. the children hive any of theabovcsyn ptonu, HO' : tt, rtmovinr
ort work. by mar 5 6m M. 11. NATHAN. : returning so as to connect with steamers
the delivery FL.oct23 tf __ t Wclaka and Carolina.for Savannah and Charleston. BENSACK'S WORM SYRUP CaD safely be depended the cause at the same time that in cures tk'

.M Oy Allletters on business and communications! MALONE & TAYLOR For rreiJbt or pamfe apply on board or tom upon-by using yon hue a cert&In, disease.

\ i mart be post paid to reeeire attention. Fraser I BJoE .t CANOVA, Ajtt',. Jacksonville. sife.and speedy cure; and latter using it according .
; Philip Lumber Commission Merchants The valuable
,;. .'. K. R. DUKES Agent Palatka. to the directions the patient is not restored Medicines above named hm
AGENTS: TTORXEYfr .COUJ'SELLOllAT PX.13XL1iCI Jan 22 tf recently been Introduced with the
., I to hosTs!,.and the norms thoroughly approval
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C I..j.J01l'C BUItD Tallahassee, Fla.J. JACJIIIJ'I\"ILLE FLA., v'cry respectfully solicit con-iKiiineuts of dented from the sytemyoa can rest assured or number of the MCBICAL Paortsjuox lathe

I 0. RKAKBO-V, Esq, Ocnla, Fix WILL attend to any professional bu'ines Southern Lumber and Shiiifjlfi, &". New-York Packet Line. there is no remedy beyond the grave as for City: have of Baltimore and elsewhere, and in

Jcm DAKUIO, Esq Tampi, Fla. to him in the Courts of thE Liberal &J ranees nii-lc. Rclerto fail, there is no such word as rail with those practice succeeded most admirably in

'; Newninsville Fla. netcrn Circuitf and the Supreme Court a E. T. BROCK, Fink, \ E. T. RIC1fA DSO".Pkilll.T. who use my IForm Syrup.ASCARIDES.OB I curing thedheises for whieh they are ere*.
Gen. S. RUSSELL erihed. Thf' are offered to the
I Country
e has also such an .uh.luta E. ZzKKM.\\J'eiionullrt / /1. SMALL THREAD Pne.
Cpt J.J. KJTIGHT, Alligator, Fla.B. get os connection with an able Lawyer \V:..li rob 13-ly thinner, as medicines which he can in all respects

FKISRT Esq, Gare,. Ferry, Fla.GEO. njton City an will ensure a prompt au<1 spec WORMS. I, depend upon a> prepared in agreement
Fla. collect ion of such claims as may be placed GEORGE AIIIIOTT & CO., I THE NEW AND REGULAR LINE OF These worms, to which the human system U I with the u experience of rome of theaoet le'ned>

Ce TFK, Esq St. Augustine, i y his hands against the United States. No.97 Zest-Bay, (opposite Boyce Co's Wharf.) Packets between New York,Jacksonville, and liable,are the most troublesome of all others.- and judicious hy..icifolls, and strictly in con

; Judge A. SICKLE Cedar Keys, Fla. n Sept.Stb.,1849 I Jy (C/wr/'ttoa
Pilatka Fla.JACXSO I I Schooners and Allowed to rrmiin from the irritation 4J'.edalJ"f"ing his
; S. GUPSKI, Esq, I DEAI.FJ.S i\ convenience, who can
-, C FRIES, Esq., Flemington, Fla. : MARRIAGE SPIRIT GAS AXU VAXJ'UEXE JOSEPHGRICE, 270 ton, A. ROGEKS, Com'r they produce, lay the foundation for serious not so .diJy. the City Physician l..ee .{.
E; JKRSsEV OAK ICO tons J. S. ROOKS Com'r disorders such as inflimation of the bowels own preseriptions
compounded by i *?
with of .rtr i
C. P. CoorKR Esq, Savanni Ga. j lamps every dejcriftion fur the same. | "
: HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE. ALSO I will ply regulirly between the ports. and other derangements of the stomach. The P hllrmaceuti>&. .

:1jticrwii': I English and American White Lva
I JOSEPH GRIP, \Vater-st. HOBESStK'SVOlal SYl UI.. Such is the I gratis of all who hive the 3eilein, for gale
J DB !:aiirrn: (DF.L2: i WHY IS IT I of every kind, Linseed and perm Agents in Jacksonville, astonishing power of my medicine over Ascaradi's containing ncommfll'd.dODS tram Doctors

_rn.t- I That t toUotil. mvir f.mtie. w rec n ih e mrrijim of life Oil, Glass, Putty, &c. mS BEE & CANOVA. that I defy soy one to produce a case i MARTiN, BALTZELI, AfDiso.f, PATUE, UASBT
broken m h* |ih and with a comHicttNM of durain
4 i .nlmenu.....U(spots ihrm oIrhe po.er(or the cajimcM march 12-lyW31. Agent inPalatkn, where my Worm Syrup and Liver Pills ire recommended LOVE &e.DoCt. '
R UAVIXO receivel from New Torn a supply of of life at alt ace wh rt.roiul health buoyant of tpints. K. K DUKI.All to b, used they will not cure. All S.B. MARTI*. iysI do not Le.itate
I mi from condition oChe.Ith.
hippy arumi
6 Type and other materials suitable for Job Printing I: ihnnU be ntedominaiit.M a )r. LAWTON & CO. f>oo
I j we are now preparod to execute, at tho shortest notice t beCo'e.pe.h'qsdunngilt.oodorth..r.fth (on n of her raffennyi totyrmerm.rvhgw-at nnt perhapt years FACTORS PROMPTLY FORWARDED with linction on each bottle; and incise dyne Chtirx E71trt'TtJIII." tie.

all kinds of I were M their. onfin so litlit aa to pa a.,,ot.ccd.an olcoavwee5lect.4. September 4. 1352. tf. [Republican copy.APOTHECARY a gentle purgative i* required in order to j Doet.JoHi Anoi oi. vss '-It gives memnrh

- 1 P..plaletClrcalan., I IS APTttK YEAKS, *"0Commission nil;ty the ir itation vhey produce, tbe Liver j pleasure to add my lestin.ony ilialor othfr

Hand Bills I :Merchants, Pilithy their *ympUhiiug action and healthy j I in favor of the
Law BlaaVs eitraotdumry efctcy o<
I Wrtea cnn late to be bcnefitud by eve bowl.",.we look vmr
Basiitr Card, Shew Bills I lurk and ...aa irfret the full cwucqueiicei of OIIrirnolallC. (0. 13 soLTiu.n.vriitnr, operation upon the bowels is the most pleasant Diarrhea Cordial" &c : .... vi It... Ejptt*
ri Visiting (.rdA Bills .f Lading l C0.atLs1n't. g <: medicine that can he taken.IZOBENSACK'S 'fllll,**I hayeno hesitation in
;ft rterKD.ci.uirr
L \Vhu.0.101. not olteo rice to fourn.ii early life the !
Label ke., *c., fcc.rjy we obuia rears! .And whit diy and Wm. M. Lsw "n, } Wi,. )t1. Taylor. i; it, as a fleet valuable me-lieine.4.e.

All tills for work of thit kin!.to le paM on iKliU kuawlrdfe of aiuauh.u elm..I we,i.iitr-; "sot. have It iaIEL.A.CHOLT been tpared. if the rcarc'i R. Wsmriffht 12 BJH.: ; Jo ih T. D.H. .5. LIVER PILLS.No ,' Doct. U. A.PATin. :. h. hI ulf'(1| the. DiI -

.!'ivrv. June 14. -ly _ part o the system is more liable to ails- I\\errhxa Corral hipncticewith the
I AND STARTLING ease than the Liter It b< with 1 h.p.pisit -
fig supplied numerous an.1
------------ .ff"et. thinks it
r- ------------- WILLIAM M. 'te of tho rcrst .
KNOW THYSELF." i To behold to sickness and.Benn(endured bv many a wile TUNNO HALL blo.wl resent and nerves, ant if dis veniect and efficient eo
"MAN for mwy yean from rantea aimcle sod eontrullable.caailfremedied Factor and Commission Merchant.SOUTIIFIIN AlD easrdthe, blood of course Bowing throng! all [ comlibntioc.ever cffmd
An invaluable book for 25 cents. Every family -or bruer atill.- ot,:.. .if every | to our profession.57
should hare copy." 6000 copies sold in less than I WIFE AND 3IOTI1BRTonened wn tRy:CHARturrOI,!-OCTIiCAItoLnAsept1,185J. J p'irts of the body produces Liter Complain'*, j Doct L. I). HAnDY, writes, '-I have sdminis-
three months. A new edition revised and improved ., tfK. No.3; Dr. Byrne's Nettr lltttlJiit Jaundire. Bi'iaus Affections Dysptysiatc. ( ttred your Anodyre Expectorant, in several
I the inf imution contained in little volume(with ea-
,Just il'l'tlfd.DOCTOR MANUAL : lu the reach of all)which would spurs to henelf ,Yo Btilccr. Where is kept constantly on band a largo and! LIVEn COMPLAINTIs Ars of Bronchial Affection,with the mtttleppwresults
I YEARS OP MISERY, well ecloctod Assortment of Uenleflwith chills, succeeded by fever se- and from a knowledge of its etvmeUt
Book for the Afflicted. Contain. "HIP BROKER'AXil
: OrNERAL: COMMISSION vcte pains: in the region of ibe Liver \ effect. can with the
I DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. vomiting greatest confidence
log an outline of the Origin. Progress, Treatmentand Aad to her htulund tie constant toil and auiietv of mind.rceawrtly recommend -
1 cure of every form of d scaoe, contracted by dfTol,ui r apse him Irvin olarq.iri.ol the wife. MEnCHAXT, and just received by Into arrival warranted fresh bitter taste, yellow furred tongue, pulse full It/ &c.

Promiscuous Sexual Intercourse by Self-abuse or without whicli cmnf hu tin eiertiona tie opportunity are entitled,and the.poueuranof that competence SA V VXN'AH!! GA. and genuine Al>o and! bounding the pain in tbe si Je is increasedby | Doct. W 8. LOVE write to us that he Las

by Sexual Excess with advice for their prevention childiea.which would secure tb* happuiewof hniwelf. wile and Mitch 20, l-jS1' iv Perfumery,CEm b.,Bru'IC! ,Snap3Lampi, I inssure, should the left lobe be nffcted, administered tt e Erpecttran! to his wife, who

: written in a familiar style avoiding all medical & I the p.tin is generally the left shoulder witha hna bad the Bronchitis r 1'/.Ttt.* far*. and
technicalities and everything that would offend SECURE THE HEAXS OF I1APPISB85Bybrcominf Uurning-FIuid, short tht siLo that she is fist
' dry cough
Boston EL Guaby becoming cfa yelJore recovering from )Ifll; strd
which will be sold low for cash.
result of twen
the ear oi decency from the some in time jioaieMed of the knonItdce.Uie want appearance, and the stools clay colored. ing malady. It his in a few weeks done her
ty years successful practice exclusively devoted of which hM canted the aickneat and pontay ef ilumaaada corro.v FACTORS AND GKXERAL ("n"trr.r.lptlIlOUcit.tnJ puad allJ AII."d berisrszcitns
Thforhsposecan be cored the of HO more good than all the
to the cure of diseases of delicate or priva'o nature. I lit osew of itch eoaorqaance. .0 waf. eranoths I cot COMMISSION rBESCRirnoNS rTTVr WITH CARE by use BENSACK'S r.mt'diuhf' lisa here-
sable ii she lect to ansi herself of that knowledge innelf. .I7ERCJIAN7'scoaeca
net AND DtSPATCn.rOI PILLS, as they act directly toforejised under able medical conceit.
rested to he .which wnnld apare her much sufleruif be
To which is added. rec.pts for the cure of the the m of hi.)''_ and prmpenty to her husband and FAT AfD JFFFEB5OT STREETS, upon the seat of the disease an-1 then operating SIXTU or the lest AFOTHVCAWES scd

., a.b .. and ....- -. "-. Kymp eonr..r r..r'."."tlio".(M.aOt.. .Id., ..,uO.Ihat b Mt,."11.."y..n"I", p.AVANNAfl, OA.HI > ATFHt AND PYRUP3, span h. howelstbrT expel all tbe corrupt and PnAsMscrr'rys in She City vf n ltjmo".

I terns and cure of the Fever and Ague. for twenty. a little work rattled r.o'Trv'. | .Jonf n. ornr.Nov. of my own manufacture in their highest state o{ vitiated rnittf w rite "We 'ir.S3ti,fif'lf the prrg.artictsknewn

1 for.rdedbyanypart five cents a copy: fix copies of;the one United dollar States it ill Ly be ; THE MARRIEDVOMAN'S 1. 131. Em perfection, in their season,to be bad at tbe counter DYSPEPSIA.; Its EtdlT"W"F. / ErptctoroCt and

mail free of postage. Addres postnge pa'd. The symptom* ot Dyspepsii, and its various rooter's -" Cartel are medicines of

Golden&Co. Publisher or '.box 196 P.O. l>bUa. i Private Medical Companion. FORT & DUNHAM. TEAS. dis'ases are dizziness in the head henrtbnrn, great value aid terj, efficient for the relief ar.d

I. "This is. without exception the most couprohentive A cent for tbe N. Y. Pekin Tea Company.TEA oppression nfter eating meals, sourness arising cure of the dieses for which they are recommended

and intellible work publishol on the class :I BY DR. A. M. JUURICEitT, !F.iDTa: ABD: of direct Importation and ot thirtyfourTfcncticc. from the stomach, &'., and sometimes general they bear the evidence of kill sri a

.. c-f diseases of which it treat Avoiding all teeh- : ...rE.... .r eisa.... .r .JI&II. COMMISSION .from { to I Ib. in a package. Linguor of the whole body; from this it will be : care in their preparation an,I style of Bftirj
nical terms it addrcMos i itself to the reason of it* MERCHANTS,: that tbe I npaml we t-.it
: AU K-arranteda af extremely Len diseaes 0.11 irs oriin toadisirpinilcd pleasure in
0. lluuJreilk Edititn Ifmt. 250. Price 50 d. prices.GARDEN
readers. It is free from all objectionable matter "? I "
;, and no parent however fastidnua can object to [a* Tint rir is. airaA smnua. $1 00.] BAVANNAH GEORGIA. AXI) FL O WElt SEEDS, state eftbe Liver and Stom:1 h. IIOB- them.

placing it in the hands of bis sons. The author I. Fine pubUhed M HO and it is lot HENRY R. FORT. T. K. DUNHAM.OetoVr 1'LA4VTS', &". ENSACK'S LIVER PU.LS is the vrry n.eli- I Tw-KfTT-SevE cf the mcsrrrrpfetaMeMerchants .
has devoted many years to the treatment of the 30th. 1852-tf. cine to affect a permanent and UstiD-r cure, residents of Mirvland. rir.ri$ ., and
various complaints treated of. and 'with too little SCRPRIZIVO OR IrVOXDEHITVL, C7 COUNTRY DEALERS sapplied.T. McMILLAN.war ST oitni-R. as they net by changing the Certain morbid actions North Urolipa, who have sell and alw) n-erf

and 'too little presumption to imposr Conilderlnff Shot BVBRY 5EflALE.W1IETIIgR J. HOLMES. .l\ti.areampanieJvntH.cath. of the into these meilicines them elvr '
1 breath to pat I ; 12-ly "ysf em a healthy act ion,and !. say, .-Trcm isv
has offered to the world at the merely MARltlKUOR SOT.can her.stqulre si
V he rendering the Moo.1 and ownez/) jieeand that of
General Commission pure healthv. our crstmers, we
1 a full knowlede* of tbe "nature Slereiaat.
nominal price of 25 cents tbe fruits of some 20 do
I I character and causes or her complaints.wltla TO FEMALES. confidently tfC.mmfhdhID j'roBi.noPnWico. -
most successful pract t years the rartoaa symptowi, and that NP\V YOHri.Villpsy We have known
will find never
Ton these rrrdi .
Pills *
"No teacher or parent should be without the *n invaluable medicine ny *
InvaloaWe work. It : nearly \ partienTamtfention to a'e of Yellow in complaints to which ust-rj ior t lie flisees ror which; they are
trted in thi many are sub- rre*
would save years of pain. mortification and sorrowto I br and LuTiler. Live Oak. and other Southern Tim. FOR THE CURE OF joeL IL olatructlons either total or p.irtul, peribfd, to be so efficient sad to give such entire
I tbe youth under their charge"-Pmpl<'$ A4v. should hare bee sold. prodacn, and to order for purchs.viaz they have been found of inestimable benefit in satisfaction to alLr
It u imwacticibl to envey fully tb* vanout subjects; Mercbantli tf Chronic Diarrhoea and
of DysenteryWhich The
Ohio in above
A Presbyterian clergyman in writing for nnd notices of recommendation trim
treated of.as they aN of* nalure Hnctly intended thenaMed. restoring purifying tie Mood nr.d other
-. Hunter's Medical Manual, says "Thousands upon 'I or thm. comem|.latin( .. iaJcea. but .0 female hit tttrItn presented ta flit pttblie. II fluids "0.. to cure all which members of the Medical VarsIty PUrmaceu-
health sod that S. II. cntipltinls
by evil example and the druroai enjoyinf beautf coniequeul nnoaLrilth. ROCKZWBAUGH miy
%- thousands of our youth I .which i n*o conduct to her own happueaa,and tint stands vpoit its urn men's,mid"f'd,HO puffing.tl arisefrom female irregularities a* headache ti.fsol high standing and 5I rrh ito *f tie
influence of tho passions hare been led into the cither has omit obtain Iou will ,
of bar hwbard but it ai or GENERAL COMMISSION first
-A I
habit of self-pollution without realizing the sin veT hutbaad who haa the lore sod affection of his wife at MEUCIIVNT, >- IT HAS NOT FAILED TO CURE IN A dimness ot sijthf, pin in the side, bark, &. respectability.hnnld be 'uf5ei>r>t fn iat-
;, and fearful consequences upon themselves and their beait or that of hu owl pecuiiury mproyemeat.VPtVAROil 112 P.xtrl1'Jt.cc York. SINGLE INBTANCEwCQTpHn These Pills sin the only safe and effectual remedy ify all, that these mf'ftieiaf9l1. 7t'f7JIri..

( posterity. Tb. constitutions of thousands whoare I OP ONE Hl'IVDRKD THOU- ftAREFUL attention will be inn to *ales o / Valuable prepamticn is compounJeJ to cure befoilowinprcoraj laint:Ooat.Nfl.Younr5 by the afflicted and thiS they are of a diffrr-

raising families have been enfeebled if not I 8ASD COPIES R'cc. Sugar, lumber Timber and from several meilicinal roots growing ia Jret..n hoty. Sick Ileiidaehp, Giddine1. cot stan pand cla"s from tbe Quacktry" aid
and do sot know the eau, or Hare been SEAT BY MAIL wiibi.the Ian few months Cure Alls
: broken down they I other Southern Produce. Also. Mcrehandire! rur. the WilJs of FlcriM.u: It is ruRCLrnnJ WHOLLY Rh rumatitto.tiot teasing Dre'ms.Dimnes somnchirrposed upon the public.

the cure. Any in&ocnee thing tbe that can be mind Gone as so to chfck to en.I \UTION TO TIlE 1'UBLIC. chased on mort advantageous,. terms. June 19-ly Vegetable, and designed rEciAti.r for the sijzbt.or iu f-tet any of the diseases that arise Ferule by Dropglatf, Apothecaries and
and publie
4 .- :4 -: lighten and ultimately to remove this wide-spread source UK NOT DEPRACDKDI ---JOSEPH-- --- cure of the noon disease. The Inventor and from aflVetioni of the Liver impurity of the Country Store-keepers grn.1'f\II 1,.

of human wretchedness, would confer the greatest ,, :,. "K>k nnlfM "Dr. A. M. Maurkan 129 GIISCJK, i'roprietr.f is fully convinced that it is an invaluable Blood, or eon!fip tion of the Bowel. k:. 11. STABLER & CO.

blessing next to the religion of Jetd Christ on tbe ..li.:rInet:_ V. Y. Is on the title ftgo and the tutryi GEXr.nAL COMMISSION MKCCIIANT: Medicine. In fact the teat that he MEDICAL EVIDENCE.We WHOLESALE DircoiiTJ-
t present and coming generations. Intemperance.or :t IM Clerk Oflre Oft tie tack( the title |.f e; and 35 fVATERST.NEIV.yORX. -has, given it in the toTn in which he resiJe'S ,the undersigined Physician having hd 120 Pratt Street, Baltimore.
f it has .t i) <>nijr C rrpectuble ant hoo' aWe drinks though
( the use of intoxicating : OTRICT and and the astonishing lute J' with which it bas the receipt of their manufacture. '
C nu.l mar
1i' slain thousands to the human.upon race.thousands Accept is my not thanks a greater on K !imni* sod auire]>UUoai IttTriufeineut of CUp}. k.7 of all articles of produce enf rostod to big e.re.an.t met, warrants him in saying that it i in a POST- us for inspection, say, that the ingrediants of JOHN 31. PATKE.

4 scourge b.halfoftbe : and believe me, ,oar eo- e't-. all orders promptly complied with. Tl\'E CURE. He his therefore 'come to the which thiy lire composed mikes them the best PROFESSOR ALEX. C. BARRY'S

worker In the good work yon are co adIYeIen- cr KVERYVIFR ASh IIC8BA.1DPOSUEItl April 24. 1832. tf determination to place it within the reach of Pill in use'01'all diseases of the Liver, Irapur- i TUICOPISEHOIys
gaged i." : all, kno lug; how many Buffer with this very ties of the Blood&c. < OR MEDICATED, COMPOUND

One copy will be forwarded (securely enveloped 1. -. '>,.u..e far Icnoranrc. When Ignorance S. N. Williams, unpleasant and often dangerous DiSflSl",JIlt-: GEORO E WOOD, M. D. beantfyW, Curling,Preserving.Restoritf
thoa hold
U to and denr FOR
MiM-rjr we near ,
and ].) OB receipt of 25 cents or six in the
po.taopa1 J-'outhern
card vi hen dispel our Ignorant la wlitili COMMISSION MERCHANT, ticuUrly and Western Sutcs. F. CRO\VLEYM., D. Strengthening the Hair. Relinillli.
copies for$1. Addrew COSDEN .t Co, Publishers I our rraxU.To JACIMOIVILIE, FLA. In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be ,L. I OWEN; f.D. eases of the skin, curing rheumatie pains and

Booksellers, Box 190 Philadelphia.canvassers and Look aentnp. raobl every one to deeM Brian the ,'lMJI"fIo TTLEPS eoniUotly on band and for uTe a :enIV. particular an.l look for my written signature JjpPurcbasa none bnt tho'e having thfr a'l' healing external wound. 'Bounded by us re-

the most liberal terms. aprSOA I .,.'.1 nftttUy '' paMc"lnC| a ClOp,, and that no wife cral acsortment of on the labeL nature "J.N. HOB ENSACK,"as all others re graphical linen, the repatation Barry Trieopb-
plied. on mother need irmaB an1nforll1etl upon the many 3ROCERIKS KOBERT: POINSETTP worthless imitations. erous pervades the Union. The sales of.the arti-
FFLICTED READ!!-PaiLADELrni A MCDIJ .ai!-'*, Wilch! sneer or later are doomed to make AND PROVISIONS, S. Plantera ole of-late yean have increased in a ratio that almost
f..arf-.l bet Iteobit.t unless pwMm) ersinet.nil or THE BEST SCLECIIOJtS. should not be without this .Arnl. wishing new supplier, and all others exceeds belkt Professor after
18 Barry
Established a
Ilotrxc. by : og'X.:
CAt N.W.corner of Third years and aro Union I ( and affe-cttnoaw hiuliacd have and will tell them lower for nth than they can be valuable Medicine. Every family ought to wishing become spent, must addms the careful examination ethic Mies'.book, JUda that
A street Dr. KIVEEUX between Sprue and Pine.Philadelphia. i 'MUIIIe hut la wife cplmutl-a pnmphlct IlimJl.Jlwllb of neglect I of the cmtamlnK welfcreif bonyht ewbcre l in.the Fonth. keep it on Land.A.M.REED Proprietor,J N. HOBEN-ACK. 0&: his Laborutory the number1 ef bottles delivered to'order, itfoiaa-

rt EIOHTEEJI years of extensive and Huinterrupt.ed fM TiU-txtq dOd Jnd trtzge. alt Country produce taken in exchange, at liberal principal Agent for Jackson- No. 120 North SECOND Street, above ties from half.a gross.upward, daring the year
practice rpent in this city, have rendered Dr.K. <>' frura the Ixxifc. will bo sent free tf chary to prices.STOBE ville. Rae.. PHILADELPHIASold 1852 was within a trifle of 50.000..

the moat expert and snoeeasfal practitioner far and anj. pMt if Ut. II u led btstC by addrcsslnj. '- :J, :corner of Union and Fomth streetf.for. .. Jacksonville Ancust. 16.. 1S1.' ITNOTICE. -. by all Druggists and Merchants in the It is unnecessary to present at length the evi
: near ia the treatment of all diseases of a private htrrlH: merly owned and occupied by Mr. iu Anuctrooz. -- ---- United Slate denote of tile wonderful properties of thelrieope
*. Jacksonville.Oct. 25, 1851. may H-ly i iGEO. rows when tbe nubIle have rarahh ouch
nature. ..Personsafflicted with.ulcers upon the .VlMH otvIrrIge 1..II.p'.I", ,. .- l body'throat or legs,paintla the head or bones *>>!. 10 be Ignorant.CS' Direction for rising Poinsett's Ipdian Lou .,II. SMITH&CO. The eheapness .' the artiol
II l mercurial rheumatism strictures gravel disease On r."tp< nt On IMla arising from youjhfol excesses or Imparities of the lion exira Mndin the constitution has become on Ml.l>li\L rjOMrA.N10t>U *Dt (ntaiUdfrtt DRAPEll ArD ''r43.XLOXL, Otis irritation, Stat recommended it to the attention .
bleep,whereby alttmtacl with nccot. )ta an*part of lie Cnttex tttakm. All I leU<.rs must Jacka.sotvltt.East I'lorida.T03EPH log thedisenao, a purgative should In feebled.I be and ridre aeJ to Tr. A. of. 1AUItI. be used
j A poix-paW ast before the Loxeeiitt. Should denred. hoSts
advertised iuelt The .T-
He who plaew hlnaelf under the ear of Dr.Kn Bo 124. Run Yie-t Every
.w reVgooalT' eonUde in bill honor, a* a gentleman Wo.J'Ii! Liber?etrc r|. cw y Wk-cnrjr .PuUiahlox Once, J V HERNANDEZ retnrnt tbsiAs tob.t there he a tendency.t/lnfanation'pnrge mod. '.,nE syBSCRIBEPS have,entered into co- theta of the flwd exeeeded eeta&iea.. II acted
may hto tkOI .n-..3ds IUd the p'lilio ncraiy.for the liberal erate1yand; gire the Loxecust smaller doses .J. like a cltarm. Tile ladles would not bt witbent it.
aad onldenUyTely upon as a phy. In 2Ttw Totk city, by Strine rA Totrntcnd. he hat partnership for the porposeofcarayfrg on the
; I patronage reeorrod ani hopes, by strict at- Country dealers i in Motion
thanihe &.
.2'akapzrtwzlai'wwi. average dese.Sea'Island'R above business, and every cf U States
;- iolat naoco; Sfcsraan A Co, Dtwitt A DsTmport tentontobusiness! to lsOitt.eoet3ouaoc. are prepared to make sales
Young non who bar Injured tII.ml.1uII11a Green of th* either on consignment or at raetion ( of the found they must have.It i and thus was built wp a
BuenA Co,Offics 129 liberty street,Dtar UK. IlaTifgJait received iat one
a wholesale
awortmentofgoodi trade of
..rt.ata1netio. indulged la.-a habtt &e-rnentAr wish taay7-9m ller Cotton-Gins. firm being an auctioneer.) Both'of the firm are aa extent hitherto maheaul of
;_ leaned vom 4YiI companion or at school; the ef CLOTHS of well aeqaainted with the merchants and eititens of as regards article ef this kind. Tltebiyh..tpofnt
t sets of which are nightly felt even when asleep,and diflorantQuaKtirs.blaek and,o!)red CASIIMERS .'T fiB. subscriber,eratcfdl for tbe liberal patron- the interior, which gives them the atitantageof has not yet been retched and it i* believed that
destroy both mud ud body,'should apply Imme Sea Island Cotton Gins. LINENS and DRILLS for pant. VESTLNGSlf age of which he bus been heretofore the recipient making ready sales of any goods or merchandize the sales of this yasrwifl be a million aid a half of

-3 diately. .We kcss and constitutional debility..lotsef ftWTR 8UB8IKIBEII takes this opportunity to differant patorni TRIAIINGS., te, .tc. direst takes opportunity to inform tho Plan- which may be sent to them on consignment bottle ,Depot and ManuiaetoryN.,13ZBo.d...
muscular energy,and physIcal Ia1tsde.nd renral JL, 'intorm'th.planters ef Long; Staple Cotton from th* N ortb be is prepared to extent all work tore Soa-Iclaad Cotton tbat be continue to manufacture They will give their attention to making good way New York. Retail price 25 cents a Jart.
entrusted to hi.care with despatch,and in a work. tho latest Improved .Jlutttr. Cotton 'Crtnt bottle. Liberal I.
proftratlon. Irritability and an nervous affee- that butil1 COD llaett.be maaar dure orthelatelt and Immediate tales. T would respectfully so- ; purchaser* ky the
I' Lions indinostion. .tlngglshnew of the liver, and Improved Roller hone aiBS,loubl and single, at manlike manner. II. invites all to{ire him aeaJI double and .singf, at tb. Iowot ratoa. For the hit patronage from merchants ey and tradesmen et quantity. e9t4lr aJlthejirbiclpal patrehanrana

w every disease ia any way connected with tb* disord his waal rates and is ready to fill all orders at the (on Newnaa rtroeV second -oor from Dr. Bvnre's durability and quality' of the Gins, apply to. the other cIties, who with to sell goods in oar market druggists throughout tbe Uaite.f State and Caaa-.
e I L ,r of the procreatrrt wnction eared and full ti- shortest notice. For repatation of the Gins new buDding,) assuring the public that his prices following agents r Any business in their,line will be promptly attended .da, Mexico, Great Britain. Jk. '
'L shall .be.moderate. ., and all"annenU:warraqted .- : Sold In JackMQvOTe by.
CO reator apply to tb roQowhsgacvnts or to those who hare .ManfonJ, CenterviEe, tin; do. to. '- ,
I Uad! Toath'and Manhood A Tigorous. them IP .... "- LoSt. Qeortfa" Wm Deli do, GEORGE.U. SMITH' ,June 4-8o> ; X M.PAYNE Drw iat.
:A N.B. Cuttiflg and reparing at the ihorte notice.. .
,AGENTS.VDlalonga HlllardAHanrrav do T D Dexter
1eraPr'matsr'DsatbTh11b0okisetPbIi1be4 *, Mineral
JOHN | f Doctor"
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M : is filled with useful Information,OB the Infinities I A A ost v Ceoterrillsee. Grorria.IlillUrJ febS-ly -i .. _,-_ N!A'Hantae & Co SaSprings, do, ivonab RU' -. A' :_ POCKET AESCULAPIUS.eir..THE .
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Hargraret Uot&Jaoksonville .
I & l\1e1falite to Youth;Manhood. aad Old age.and I Lastirij rJt Harris. ;ElUabothtown, Loands. Co,, Savannah Medical College.SESSION Way A Kin&do. Wright. A Cathev.. AHTMTyMnTBetheT.Geo Co, R BooKer: Co Samuel WillIams Alseir A OnHi*Own Pfcy-Wan.-Tbe.ertietli'edition.
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4?' should b. red by aU. \ ori. : :: : gatorEF.t ,
__ TbTalaableadric iniflmfreaaiv. warning it I Charlee Campa.teI Eavanoab Georgia.Cooper : COURSE LECTURES in u&:intftnJL A A D.Lona.Daii n.do B.uaom.n.t.non.o- I ..S'M Moore A Co. Seaborn GoodaU"Savannah' ,, from .or the buss syitem la every
of and suffering I A .*. .M- ion will. McCall JtwkioasAW6 F1a.'J It. 1852. tfDH sbapesndform.T.iabtehts added a tread on>
-- give will prevent yean misery GaiUaad : ( commence oa the First Monday. of 8 ,Centervillajre, .do, -,- H the dwa e(
4. and tar*ananJOiy thOusandsjefXtrecParsoU C.Stebbbit.Riceboro',Liberty. 'CoB.W. ,- ". IN'o..mbetlUld continue four. & BewaotTra4en'HUl. A;Waterman,do. ei jonalea.being of Ua highest Importance
r byr *dingitwfllia nvow to prevent : ; .-Allen Dorcheit. R D-Aa-coLD. U D. rro .of Institute*'jind Prac. .9.2rJ** W A JKnox.Mfcanopy I :; .JOSIAH 4UR7T mame. peeplerer-thoM'tMtenipIatiiie
-- ..th..tM4tItrUtU4 i Scott Dereanr Cbarlesion, 8.0 I tieeof Med 4ID'. -j" A *.ft Klop. do, ._ A J Priest Plemington, keep ;MEDIGINE3' bend foritbaeureol / ;age, by FM.'ouff.,M..P Let no Other
..*A remittance of .o nU." ncli> .db, a let- Cant BraJ.B.Bythevood. iteanford,8.C. TO1ThwAeD.1jDFrAnatomy.w .' +-- King ft Purv>nan e" do., C Ton Dohlen Palatka WILL : :. : le his ubaI to fttxtt. ".eo",et.Ae JEnjA.

_ let addressed U Jr.:KINKELI5.-N.W.eornero : Bisbee A Canon,Jacksonrille,C.Fla.' O BoLtocB.M D, Prof.Prlnolplei Prw tie* Donbar 4 Mey.U,do.; _, Uayward A..DawlOn.S .- Consumption,3r biti3 Asthma Piles t. thUd, ,h. .save hi-from.mry crave.
Third betwaeai .and PIne A ". B ; <; Lei no young was or **C M enter late tfte secret
and Union streets Spruce Harris Leo Co.Ocala of Surgery.P Thompson t Co, :Charleston. 8 C, .
,Failadtipbia,wiO ensure a book rondsrtenTelope, K. R.Duke, &, V. I 11 KOLUKJ M D. Prot Obstetrics andDtNasei, f.taok Creek EF' ", BLperiotdo,.. Old Ulcers, Dropsy, Drpepa11L k. obligations nutrriedllfii withovt roadisrtbr A.
*.J8 ntIIra".&it a LTTTIbtaek A Co, Atlft\t; .. Women and Children.:. 0oLDrowuewnau.Tb. All lire tieriti....Wracti01l. and exeei in fcfcniale culapiua. TLnaenesa ed gfr i .Mcknied
.: P.r'e.sMsditaao.may address Dr.-LbI'let.tsr. Thou .t Srenoenu.S'JJrinIl, .. I C W Wr.1'.}1 D. Prof Medical Chemlttry. subsoriber keep* on''hand at tho jwettprice ..will.be regulated removed or.suppressed.' t couch b. pain and In",tie whole,gida.train.rwU* zVghta,:nan eta

(post-paidj and be cured at home.. Watte t Uele, lltmbnrr. Liberty Co,Fla. ELM AETI", M D. Pro Physfotorv. *.Boxes and Bruiboa,.Whlpen AIM on hand Jail valuable i sfDppeoticealions lie -
tot..Gi..BoI.le" : t eiJ
aid rlvtn *
". ...'-: PlckarH>I.dlclnet, Directions tc,'forwardd : U. D BTXP.M D,'Pro Mated ModioaMd Tb rapentlea .t4.;>>bo also-rpalra Gins at th.lowest rate. .F A.l\t;1-L.Y ,MEDI.ULNE8 moment, without if enaltag y | tb"J.. *euUtdaav, aaother Raft ,
; ;*d jesIngs1UeasMps1upsecurfromB00k4.UellNST ""Extra Bo***,BoQen and-BrUbeseaa be bad ol i Pcraoqi want of Gin will them '
ptease direct-theli Among may be found Comprttnd Tonic PUbAntiftbriU the married ,tioe about ho ,
\, or. .zaarrSod, '
I -' xutr '.- Ae.absettberatmod rat ratc Persons wanting J B EKAO, M D, Prof Pathological( Anatomy and ,"-- I &h.rib.r.. a.f .St. theli.MarysGeot'orto Pill .Propay M.dkle.*, Pilt.Ointmeoti teeM bosh0 atiiha caylmpeditcanr.sJtWsrnhy
:0 $ A..1'ofl. ;C.nviaacs Oh >r Gins wpairdwflljpl s4 (Hrtct to agents, : Damonstrater of AD&t0 his '
_ > agents. .VINCE.
t6r. sjt Diseases une ceaary to name. wBl be cured ia a,, )een th*mea&a tavfng th* *anda.al ifortaaat
A4&1ousii.awutA.i.v. 'r .trT FEES- For the full eea,.S l052Ianeial.sgaowTlrMrUt'Dsrnonstrsio.tAastmy.lOp.JJeo.% J d m few days Mdenre always .10 from the Jaws of
_ : : ,< : warranted and bro ,fraatar** very. de.tb.4nyp.r.
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.5CtC trI V 26j. .,\ . ._, :Da"I .ises-tsm. f30. - I. feiU4 (n eases &Hare. The equal mndt will M* MBdoBiTiranty.av CnU. lo4fa"Mtt.r,
Roctlllli&ee tot Gradud01ltb'I&III" T'\1t1tQ'K'S
net be No will revive
prescribed. charge made for examine. on* e1tbInwackbjmsfl orJvo
T 'LOUtt.rA .. ,.lo1'oa'Deceived'an*for M'[ES9 PORK, HAMS, BACON & F U as In- Qtiiir.Medical.C.1eg.s.:e'f : I J'I.&ilroa40fatJ.J3Won. 1I' :: :,. : tJoniandpresertptioBa = ". --- .eJletwm. seaLr eopy s. dill.' $

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