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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: December 23, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I--- of obstructions to.the navigation of :Bayou t [ For -_ t
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: FRED. CLAY GARRETT, lliAWS OF THE"UNITED STATES La.Fouche, Louisiana two thousand five water at Burlington'repairfn the break stumper to our friend's ,He looked '' r 1 :
assed during the hundred dollars. j rmoQt, ten thousand. at the farmer Well J, mylad, to what town I 1-
fcetwy PnbUe, first session;of the Thirfi !!!- dollars., 'r'" '' to see if he waste does .or villagtf -- '
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I' Commissioner ror taking AcknoirledT. ,Congress.PCBLTCACT. : For,the construction of a harbor on Lake For repairing" the piers': at evidently no one was, ever earnest'and. "Doan't road you've Ce. take one. 1
or
a know
Ponchartrain
Conneaoght '
men t of: Deeds,' / [ 4 thousand, near the city of New Orleans, Ohi ten thousand dollars. sIdes another glance about house re ;where\doea.ihatt! -j...n i -I .
NO. twenty dollars. ?
And other Instruments of Writing:, to be/ed in I I L AN ACTmaking, 58.1 For [For repairing the piers and improving the for the. fact that. there was nooiher place ighf; f: : J
beds 7'l:
....' the States of / of certain appropriations harbors for. the improvement them: continuing tbe'surveys of the nor harbor at New Castle. Delaware. fifteen in it, and that the whole family ; f .
and rivers. and northwestern thou w.w
/ Be enacted by the lakes, including sand dollarsFor ,were evidently accommodated. in three .., .. "ft ,,
l4 KEW YORE AND PENN8TLTA- Senate 'and House of Lake Superior, twenty five thousand dol the and a trundle bed. the ""Or that 'the Jet; / f
Representatives further
: CO-Office: with -E. L. IhrrIsox4 Co., Jack- in of the United States of Amer- lars.For at improvement of the harbor What to do he did not know. t'Sureldoan't ." '."'"' ;
f,,; ica Congress assembled, That the following Bridgeport, Connecticut_ thousand The fami It is a .desperate
sonrfllFIorId3.. X Oct.14-tr the improvement of the harbor of dollars. Iydid not appear to understand ; case,' and the s ,"
?1 sums be and the Y his hesitation -' looking trnler. t
money at the
/ same 'are here. '
-- Manilowoc
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Wisconsin and his breaming sky and
eight thousand dol For the -- fatigue and ., '
: J. P. San rson. by appropriated, to'be paid out of improvement of the river Saint that drowlines was s ingn'gtxtIurns mildly in: the direction cooy ; I
great
any Johns ; finally, his .
. money in the lars.For Florida, 'ten'thousand taking granted that feet ,. ,.
I treasury not otherwise dollars. : hadmeasured-a !
: the the long
XTTORKIT .cQdNS&Lt.oR appropriated improvement of the harbor of good of length of
For people the dUsty
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AND AT the
LAW and the
and completion of
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.. expended under the old line of young road.with.turnings innumerable ', (t .
and
superIntendence Sheboygan, Wisconsin ten thousand dollars survey lady ; '
removed his office from Colombia. of or new line especially would look : neve"r7'
the ,
be particularly house
a
.HAVING Secretary of War as.may deemed -and J
for the For ; hard pointing down t
the
k, : U Jacksonville Ducal Count,, conlinuiog improvement of the for a ship canal expedient at the fire while henndressed himself cries darkness*,,
:, respectfully informi hi* friends that he will con following For pUiposestowjt: harbor of Racine, Wisconsin, ten thousand of Florida across the peninsula. he went back to the middle and ': r V:.A i
tinue the practice of his profession as formerHa !/. continuation of the Delaware dollars. For ; twent/thousand' dollars. ed with the utmost b pre" "Then do yon know'wt.er that leads t"'' f < '
. will attend at each and every Term of break water, thirty thousand dollars. For continuing a survey of the sand bars' in Newark vests and alacrity strip, coat .- A ray.of. : lights. f
the
the For improvement of the bay, pants, and jump into it. intelligence op > !
Circuit Court ia the several Counties of the Construction of harbor New'Jeirsey;two thousand lollariij face of tbeeolit1 t
a on the harbor But theI and with
1h. of Milwaukie Wisconsin fifteen For forbumnancalculation .u a< ,,. ,
Eastern ala
Jmdicial Circuit the of He .1
County east of Reedy island Port building al l levee was of reply r! f
Penn across the
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit Supreme Delaware, thousand dollars to be expended at the pointon the river San"teigo"in mouth of not more than way 'floor 'provs a confidence' ia I COr-. ..[ ,
''Court fifty one thousand and ninety dollars ) ; the State bal bel\veen'he redness,' : ) -, -. .
at the and 'I
Tallahassee and the U. S. Court at St. Milwaukie river known as the"North nia ofJCalifor-- bed before
t Aug tine. All business For the repairs of the works the to turn it into'itg former channel young lady called after ."Ees, Ldothat heads .
entrusted to his care at bar Cut," surveyed by Lieutenant Centre. False into him "Why, Mr. that's whoain _- -. 'd" i.d
bor Catert mother's bed "
will receive of Bay,
prompt attention. Cbester, on the Delaware river five thirty thousand dollars to be ""
For .
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Address-J. P. SANDERSON Jacksonvillefocal th usaud dollars. continuing the improvement ot the I pended under the direction of the you are getting into!n. "Cone'out'here, and! (I'll lickthewhqlj 'ff, !K'-' I
/ County Fl Jacksonville.Jan. obstructions in.the. Wisconsin and whether he ,
'. 17. 1850.: tf ten thousand dollars. For recovered his full of 3ugarsticksjn ,
Savannah a of the selt'poses a .
river at survey harbor.of shop vtindowr '-" '
called
a place the Wrecks Ogdensburg sion -
. For continuing the improvement of the New sufficiently to change beds ,
McQueen! Hclntosli, said and the improvement of the navigation of harbor of Chicago, Illinois, twenty thousand three York thousand with dollars.reference to its improvement. ., fling still,remainetha mystery.. beore mor "Catowhat do you suppose is the '
river, forty thousand dollars. that the .rd'
sun ,
ATTORNEY AT LA IV, dollars. goes toward the south '.. ;.
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern For continuing the improvement of the For continuing the improvement of the For constructing a steam dredge, equip .Courting.Fhis winter 1"! said a t his ;
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Circuit the United navigation of the Hudson river above ment and discharging scows for Lake Champlain is 8erant. conJentia ,
; States District Court at St. and I harbor of ratber'a, delicate subject I
Michigan city Indiana ,
;t Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee below Albany and not above or the and improving the navigation thereof know but then we "Well, I don't know
; Troy, fifty laying down of a floatins break water and ; we dare say, a subject bear ma unless hi I
ADd Claims for citizens in thousand dollars. twenty thousand dollars. stand the n.
prosecute any part of. ing this bead will be read Clemency,of 4
'l Florida against the Government at safety anchorage.as the"Secretary of War For by the ladies as non and 8 ., ,
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Washington For the connecting the &
improvement of lha waters of the Indian quick obligedlogo to the souf j t.
before anything which 'their where he '
either Congress or at the Departments. navigation may determine, twenty thousand dollars. a on eyes can sperienv
river and _.
Jacksonville of the Mississippi river be.ow! Mosquito lagoon, at the Haulover rest. And it is for ces warmer longitumlude I
9. ADDRESS, Hast Florida. the rapids, For the improvement of the harbor of Florida their benefit that we arc was the pblJos-
five f
May 2.1850 tf ninety thousand dollars thousand dollars. now I 1bic, reply.I ,
the writing. There is
'f ; Ohio New Buffalo in
including Michigan, eight thousand. dol For the something the ." 1'J
the
repairs of the dam repairs, preservation: and contingencies idea of .
at Cumberland Jars. which causes ';M .
island an indescriba dear '
OSCAR HART of the harbor courtinl y enquired a oif
ninety thousand works the gay young wife
dollars on Atlantic ble
the have read her j
; Missouri and For just the t.
fo"owinaccount
continuing the improvement of the calculating husband 'she '"
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TORNE the coast ten thousand
Y .A T LA WtOffice Arkansas rivers dollars. reached bert

: upon the Second floor at the. Court-house dollars; an i for the ,construction each forty and thousanJ repair dollars.harbor of St.Joseph, Michigan, ten thousand For repairs and contingencies of harbors in Rome.of and how which the ladies may'do up these them things from rosy little business mouth" to b kissed, on his:rtum; "' I $1 i

Forsyth street. of boats. and rivers. and to meet charges for useful hints ofer some you seen maznifiv f '
tat
WILL practice in the several counties of the,I snag dredge boats, discharging For the improvement of Black Lake harbor tation of officers and for fuel and transpor : dent fet of parlorfurniture the Jenk 1
{Eastern Circuit of Florida and scows and machinery to be used the quarters, "A Roman lady who takes have .. t ;
attend to the on Michigan, eight thousand dollars. the a liking to a crises just "Hum ;
of ,
collection of claims against the United States for Mississippi, Ohio Missouri Arkansas, and For the improvement of the harbor at the the Quartermaster's payment which is no longer; made by foreigner does not cast her eyes down when but I have seen bught upholsterer's no bill my love-! |t.
Military services and for Horses lost, or other other western rivers Department, and for extra he at her but forit."i ] |
one hundred and fixes them She made
property lost ordostroyed by troops in said service. thousand dollars. fifty mouth of Grand river, Michigan, two thou- allowance to meet extra expenses, under look, with'evident upon ,him a mouth at him, but wouldn't bY'- f( ,
Also, claims for pensions of disabled sand dollars. the special direction pleasure-nay, she kissed. j ,
soldiers of the
or For the Secretary of War; at him alote .<- -y: ]
improvement
of the gazes whenever
he James ,
widuw and orphans of deceased sfcldiers and For the improvement of the harbor at the thousand dollars. she meets 'LI j
jen
Also claims for land Appomatox: rivers, below the cities him in at church say Pat, ,said a Yankee to -.
bounty to officers and soldier of Richmond mouth of Clinton river, Michigan, five thou For the company at the theatre, a'riblt !
!!, and the widows and and improvement of the navigation of or in her who'was digging in his
-. orphans of deceased of.lieers Petersburg, forty five thousand sand dollars. the Tennessee walk. She, will any, without garden, yon -::d i
and soldiers. river, fifty thousand > digging out hole
dollars. dollars a in that 'ere
of onion
ceremony the bed
Also will give his. attention to For the improvement of the navigation of in conformity with the young man, "iVo I'1.! r t j
estimates '
of ; ,
conveyancing For the the War that Pat !
improvement of gentleman I like says
the Rock River he him. the ana'digging oat tha
to examing titles and records, and ascertaining Saint Clair flats, connecting the upper Department of the'thirteenth Tel I man earth and the .,
July leaving hole. '
claims rapids, and the Des Moines eighteen choice feels the like '
to'lands. rapids in the and lower lakes, twenty thousand dollars hundred and sntiment, 'and
All business entrusted to him will meet with Mississippi river, at the lower chain and For completing the improvement of the fifty two; and for the improve asks. 'Are you fond of me l' she renlirs .A laYt on beta* "
prompt attention and all instruments of the English chain ment of the navigation of the Illinois river with the utmost lol thatbeklh&o1
; writing one hundred thousand River Raisin fr knes'Yes dear. to the .
my
will harbor Michigan, fourteen the of Brtish
be thirty thousand
sum dollars.
executed
by him with neatness and de d ollars. -' There, that IS Oliver w ,
thousand dollars. coml t.the point at once observed
that
spatch.Jacksonville. For the improvement of the harbor Cromwell' it was
and
For and
.Jan. 2; 1551. tf opening a ship canal of sufficient For constructing a steam dredge, equipment breakwater at Waukegan Illinois not going round with blushes and strnge h seen another skull of the ,
c capacity to accommodate the wants of commerce and discharging scows for Lake Michigan thousand dollars. fifteen simpering, and finally get out "no," whene surper in the Odor Museum, which, .

Joseph S. Baker, H D. through the most convenient pass twenty thousand dollars. That the Secretary of War I is intended. What is the use of making much larger ," lid the con-w

TRACTITIONEROF MEDICINE MID l leading from the Mississippi:: river into ihe For preserving the harbor of Sandusky examined and surveyed the rivers cause Savannah to be such a stammering and stuttering about it ducter, "but oar specimen is that of his skull 4
WIFERY AND SURGERY. Gulf of Mexico, seventy five thousand dolc whon one is pleasure when he was !1MCHILD'8 '
ity, and improving the same, fifteen thousand from the city of Savannah, overjoyed very young
I lars. And it shall be the of as high up as the The ladies do not be *
Office on tJie corner of Market and; duty the Secretary dollars. of seem to at
Forsyth
city Augusta, the Ockmulgee A Wnrir .
of up to Ala- troubled with LOGIC bare
-
War to undue ; -
Streets, opposite the Court House. apply said moneys to the For the al. any restraints of .
continuing of
improvement the
con, and the Flint to : writes .
Albany and a
correspondent
up the and "a. '
o opening of said: ship channel delicacy modesty. They what pretty, bright -
by contract harbor say
JACKSONVILLE TLA. at the mouth of Black Lake they
river, on to Columbus little (
Get. IB, tf. and at an early day in the next session of Erie, Ohio, five thousand dollars. of Chattahoochee, and up j jn the State act accordingly. On the contra. juventile rientt some five yean of v :. -. J
Georgia named
I to
Congress to' the I report to Congress the ry, our American ladies age- RO. days ago she
report of are modest and
J. HcRobert Baker, tL amount 'necessary to progress complete: the it and work, harbor For continuing the improvement of the., amount of money which may remove any bashful, that they.let all the s !teazed a good deal by a gentleman who w visits ... I. ;,
an of Cleveland, Ohio, thirty thousand obstructions go. opportunities the l
to navigation, and that the family, who
A7TfJRNEY4COUNSELLOR.A.T LAW estimate of the annual cost of keeping eaid dollars sum slip through their they finally \oD np by.sayi.ig. ,
of f 1
ten thousand dollars be .
appropriated for :
JACKSONVILLE: E. FLA. channel 1 are blushing behind .t
and a fan.
They would
open contract made
; any shall For the further
improvement oftbe harbor that .
: I don't love ." .
be limited purpose. not for the world let "Ros yon -..
A so Commissioner of Deeds for the following to the amount hereby of a young man -
States of the Union t ated. appropri Ohio Fairport, ten thousand, at the dollars.mouth of Grand river, For filling! in behind the United States they cared any thing about him, though suppose they ut yiou'vegot. "to love. .,.." said.tht".. ';., ,1"Wby
Maine Delaware, Georgia For sea-wall in the harbor of St. Augustine, Flora might be dying with love. Now chid. .
the
removing raft think
Vermont Maryland Alabama, of Red river one i For continuing the improvement of the id with earth, three thousand dollars. it best to split the difference. we 1" asked her tormentor. ,"

Massachusetts.' Virginia '1\1 ississi pp. hundred thousand..... .. dollars; and_ tbai__,_the harbor of Ashtabula, Ohio ten thousand Approved August 30 1852 ladies l rather The Roman ,? said "the Bible '! )
A'ew: York, North Carolina, iexe. "" "" "'T'.t -.4.i ].11.--- go too fast and American ladies \ Ro saysJ roar, 1'

Pennsylvania, South Carolina. wilh the lowest responsile bidder within FrenTtTiiirigtbe i "improvement" the A: Glimpse' -tu.--' ___Z __ _, a little too slow. Our advice is that m 'love l you' and I a I Ihy
mar 31-' 2-tr this appropriation for the removal of said harbor of Erie Pennsylvania, thirty thou- .:::::. 10 lm! tuQrYeW D rF"'n ha =Y.Ita.h" _..' -.

B. M. PEARSON, raft after reasonable public notice. rand dollars. The Havana correspondent of the New is generally don't forget that times 'AN ;JHTEU.ICENT CHILD.-We '. -. .. '
: ATTORNEY AT LA W. For the improvement of the navigation! of For continuing the improvement of the York Herald gives the following very graphic Boston Olive Branch. from being fond of those children vulgarly a, -,

, HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida and the Colorado river, Texas, twenty thousand harbor of Dunkirk, New York, thirty thousand and interesting account of Gen. VALENTINE called "phenomena," of 'Whatever nature. .
will practice in the Eastern! and Southern Circuits do!llars. dollars CANEDO, the present Captain General of LATER PROM V AL RAIs. The steamer their celebrity may be. Bat we.love above

ii.' the Supreme Court of the State and in For the survey of the Trinty River, Tex: For repairing the sea wall at the harbor Cuba, which will be read, no doubt with City .Pittsburg was burnt on the 24th of al those sparkling and bright notue .'. t. :'

of the Florida.S.: District Court fur the Feb.Northern 19, 1S32.-tf.District as, including the bar at he mouth, three of Buffalo New York fourteen thousand. deep interest by all who desire to transact October. The fire broke out in the forecastle es,thing little childish o-prcpc*,""'.' Is

thousand dollars. dollars. with the Queen of the Antilles. and lasted ten hours. One hundred full of truth, of grace and freshness,' j

HOPKINS & BKAHAM' For a break water at Richmond, island harbor For constructing a steam dredge, equipment "General Canedo, in the opinion of those and six passengers and the crew were left Thus the other day, Mr. M-had inVvited .

Attorl1 Y'* at Law, and repairing the breakwater in Portland and discharging scows on Lake Erie, who necessarily are thrown into contact without change of clothes. A snbcription bis doctor to dine :asdinner:: waa. .

OFFICE: at PAL ATKA. E. Fin., harbor Maine, ten thousand dollars. twenty thousand dollars. with him, is in every way, the reverse of to the amount of $4,000 was raised for the being served a beautiful little .. '

WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Easiness For removing the rocks obstructing the For continuing the improvement of the Concha. He is capricious, indolent, extremely relief of the passengers and crew, and arrangements exclaimed : blae-ye gd.;, I

entrusted to their core will be promptly attended navigation near Falls island, Cobscook bay, harbor of Oak Orchard creek Lake Ontario, l selfish, and parsimonious man whom were making to procure for "Oh Jam s'gla when you, come 1 :.
to. February 19, 1852.-tf: Maine, five thousand dollars. New York, ten'thousand live hundred dollars. !- accident threw in the way of Queen Christina them a free passage to lan Francisco. dinner doctor! .. -

&>Savannah Republican please publish tf., and For. a survey in reference to the construction l at a monent when it was determinedthat "You are very fond of me, taj .: "

end their bill to this office.OSSIAN of a breakwater on the eastern side For continuing the removal of obstructionsin General Concha should be so hastily Flashes of Humor. child 1" inquire the doctor, then. '-" i' :' .' j

B. HART of the Island of Matinicus, Maine, one i the harbor at the mouth of the Genssee recalled. He may be a very good soldier, "Oh! ; we always have pie whl.., :' }! .,i

thousand dollars. river, Lake Ontario,New York,twenty thousand but that he has no claims to capacity as a TIICRE is a boy down east so uncommon you com .!". . ..
ATTORNEY AT LAW1KEY For the protection of Great Brewister dollars. statesman, his absurd and dangerous policy tall that he can't tell when his toes are cold. I ; .I

: VEST, FLA., island, in the harbor of Boston, thirty thousand For the improvement of the harbor of which has brough this government to the THERE is a family in Iowa s lazy that The Panama Sar: states that Santa Ana : : .

Practices in the United States and State Courts dollars. Sodus bay Lake Ontario, Cayuga county, brink of war, is clearly demonstrated. And i it takes two of them to sneeze-one to was about to, IICnbagenaNe' ,, : "->' >', -

of the Southern District of Florida. For the preservation of Cape Cod harbor, New York, ten thousand dollars. yet with all these defects, he is so inflated throw the head back; and the other to make to place himself te ,Muc 1' -,. ,

July 10-tf__ at and near Provincetown, Massachusetts. For continuing the improvement of the "with the dignity: of his authority" as be the noise. Revoluton. '

JAMES M. BAKER, five thousand dollars. harbor of Oswego, Lake Ontario, New York, terms it, that at the slightest difference of I WHAT are yen writing such a big band The Legislature .Ecuador author- I
For the breakwater opinion, he loses his. and so far forgets ha J.- ,.
dollars.
thousand temper .
repairing at Hyannis forty for Pat
ATTORNEY LAW, 7 Why, you ,see my grandfather'sdefe i the President of that Republic declare .., -
Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. harbor, Massachusetts, five thousand dollars For constructing a steam dredge, equipment himself as to shower upon any unlucky and I'm writing a loud letter. ize against Peru, in case satisfaction not;* ::11
l l1I. and discharging scows for Lake Ontario individual i who may venture to correct the i "
A GOOD ONE.-An Irishman on being given for Its action in the_Flores
For the of Great woods Hole thousand dollars. palpable incongruities of his i' '
Excellency'sproceedings
WHIT SMITH preservation twenty asked which was the oldest he or his pre )
AT harbor, two thousand five hundred dollars. For a survey of Rappahonnock river the most indignified abuse ,frequently brother replied, 'I am the oldest but if my ARKANSss.-The Arkansas Senate ku : _-
ATTORNEYS LAW
Columbia Co. East Florida. For a survey in reference to the construction Virginia, three thousand dollars. recurring to such, puerile threats ,as brother lives three years we shall be both of passed homestead. billand: bill-'making;* -
Alligator, of a breakwater East.Dennis Barn- For a survey Taunton river and New "Sir beware; beware sir,' or I will! send you the Supreme Judge/, Sert oISe.

stable bay, Massachusetts,one thousand five Bedford harbor, MassachJfels, three thousand to the Moro !" &c. Of his indolence it is only an age.1 other general officer people.j [ :
JOHN 0. HATE LEY, hundred dollars. dollars. necessary to state that be bad barely assumed -: A YANKEE down East has made the It stated that these bills will also pass.the..

ATTOKNEY AT LAW. For repairing the injuries done to the Government 1 For improving the Kennebeck river from the command ere be almost abolished the great discovery, that a window glazed' with House.WEBSTER;. .

OFFICE, BLOUNT'S FERRY, works on Plymouth beach, in thereat the United States arsenal wharf in Augusta, l long established. custom of granting audiences old hats, is a sure indication that the occu- 1 ", _

COLUMBIA COUNTY: g stolm of eighteen hundred and fifty Maine, to Lovejoy's narrows, six thousand to the people whom, as during' the pant have seen a rum bottle. Thats a TESTIMONIAL.-H is stated that:lr
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administration General Concha, depending more than fifteen thousand have v "
thousand dollars.
five dollars. 'dola'
one, fact.A .
Will practice in the Courts of ilie Eastern decisions of the superior FAINT.-A lady thought it would look been in Boston for .
the
For a snrvcy reference to the improvement For a survey of San Antonio river, Texas i upon just subsribP lna" <
District.eept.ll. of the harbor of Scituate, in connex one thousand five hundred dollars. authority, preferred bringing' their ordinary i interesting to faint away at a' pany the to Webste. and th ,,commltl who '

tf. i ion with the North river, Massachusetts, For surveys of the harbors at Sabine, Galveston matters of dispute,before him rather than other evening One of the company began have mater, in charge probably., ______

Edmund Whitney, one thousand dollars.. Paso Cavallo, Velasco, Brazos de resort to'law, with the risk of an 'expensive bathing her temples and head with, ,rum, decide, to erect a statue" in some "suilabis .

and uTfeasorer For the removal of Middle! Rock designated -: Santiago, and Corpus Christi, and the rivers l litigation ; but instead .'of) endeavoring to when the, lady exclaimed, 'for heaven's j rla e. ; '-
Commissioned legally qualified
: and Inspector of Lumber for on the chart as Rocky buoy, in the Sabine, Brazos, and, Trinity, Texas five compromise the people' differences, ''as J did sake put nothing on that will chng'the The- eldest sonoI -Victoria .4
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General Conchs, refers them at.once to the color of my hair, Queen / < ;.
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Dnral County, harbor of New Haven, Connecticut, : thousand dollars. is said to'exhibit talentand .. .
begins military
)1&1 be found when his services are desired on thousand dollars. For repairing the public works at Little tribunals, and takes little or. no interest in MORE AND LESS.-'It is a very singular received, ; .L,"

10 inquiry at the Republican Inn! office. For removing a rock ne .r.the mouth of Egg harbor, New Jersey, eight. thousand five their affairs; And his meanness and avariceis thing,' said a tailor's apprentice, t his master General ha.a onc'or an.), and appointment"a an 'addition,4, I
June harbor of i notorious. An officer of the palace, who the latter was a bob-tailed MaJofGneraJ '
Providence
the Sekonk river hundred dollars. as pressing of some ,' attached to.-: ,
Rhode Island five thousand dollars. For a survey of East Pascagoula river, vouched for its truth informed, me, that his coat, 'that the more there is of some things, hal miio 'dol_ i.
GUNBY -
BOSTON & For tie further improvement of the harbor Mississippi, five thousand dollars. Excellency, the Captain 'General ''instructs I the less there is. bis'salarie. '-1

COTTON FACTORS of New York,by removing the rocks at L For a survey of Providence harbor, Rhode his ."mayoo mostJ to. prepare every day How can that be l said the tailor. \ A-- San 'Francisco; d (6t' '.fZ-

ANDEKERAI MERCHAKTS.Corner Hell Gate and Diamond Reef in the East I Island, fifteen hundred dollars. breakfast for four, and dinner for six persons, Why, there's bob-tailed coat-the the New York. / 'crisP re a ha*!*' .
> < COUMI8SIOS thousand dollars examination and that whatever'remained over from din- l make the tail, the more bob it is.'I made 'list all the fire '; 3
Street river twenty: ,; ,For survey and of the falls les you up a of proofbnildingip
Ba SAVANNAH!, and Jefferson, UA. For a survey of the harbor of iPort Jefferson of the Ohio river by.a board of topographical : nee is to be kept for the neitmorning's bread- May, be ,the goose didn't fly atout that erected and erecting i in the for city..Their-- -

JOHN BOSTON. JOhN H. CUSBT. New York; with reference to the improvement and civil engineers .to. be appointed by fast'!" time; costucusi'e..of he ground, D llJ ',j," .

October 30. 1551. tf. thereof, twelve hundred dollars. the Secretary<<: of War, to report .upon, the [ AkwaP1X. DR. LPCAB. the celebrated Irish'poet, having bal of nar ,( !\

For the 'removal.of the bar at the junction expediency of an "additional"canal 'aroundsaid An : i it after a very sharp contest, carried the y'V .:
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t E. SI. MOORE, & CO. of the Passaic and. Hackensack rivers, in falls and the omparative:cost, 'advantages '- election as representative in Parliament, for M KOutb. : ".
Adrian Watch tower I is responsible t and childien der th.v ,
thousand doll of such The of Dublin, was met a few days after hi wif
GENERALconmssioN Newark. bay, New Jersey, ten and disadvantages!; ;:making the city
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MERCHANTS AND l : additional canal on the Kentucky and Indiana tor the following'g od, story : by a lady whose family was/very: 'warm adopted ,rme Sth The .IiazDQ1 t : '
certain friend of unsuccessful candi; Smith ap be r among politi i *,. ,_/ I
F-AC.TOJl.8i.\ lars..For the survey of:Cranbury inlet, Barne- shores .said..river: respectively, and :A editorial ours, a member i in the interest of ;the cal :in Loots hi! .

(SmeLts' .Warehome.), New Jersey, in reference tots impro'vement also the cost, advantages,'and disadvantagesof of the ,legal profession? and.,exclusivelymodest date. refugees England. ippJ""', '; 1 -I
DeW bay
gat the: ol John Smith
219 Bay-Streef Savannah, ,.. G ,.. one;thousand dollars. 'J enlarging and extending the present canal, as: most of its'membarsare; ,' ,, and I Well,'doctor,' said she 'I find.you- havegained adopted l left France in':name 1848. ; I'
the of the Patapsco so as to avoid,the locks at Sandy.Island, retaining whom, for.the sake of preventing recognition the election..t

E.JI. IIOORK N.. M.HAUIS. iver. For from Fort improvement McHenryi,I to thej mouth of the presen;Jocks .in their-present ,'we' will call by' the assumed name of .'Yes, madam.'", ?., From- Berlq.. we ; \./ .'.' *' '
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Oct.J3,1851,. tf., -- said river, twenty thousand dollars. condition; five thousand dollars. . Caxter, happening to be on: an excursion of f No wonder sir",''all' the. blackguard 10, Lind is 'Ierth..tJa' ,:;: : -. t ,{'

; For a. eonstrn tion of a- steam dredge," For the epalr'of the sea-wall'aV, Marble!,* business ,among the Boosters 'a few dayssinc ted for you.' :of concertsto'' be''given on' bebalt of,'the t ,
LOUD & CO, and discbarging'lscowS-; ltbe head Massachusetts five hundred ilollars. stopped as nightfall approached at the :'No adam, your two :sonsdid not,' itpliedibe I Societyof Gustavus -

Factor, and CommissionIlerelumt*,J equipment waters of the Chespeake bar. and the :AW For survey' of.( the harbor of Georgetown I, log house of a farmer .to', pass''the night ;: doctor., formed for relieving Adolpboswbc.w.,, i j

No.1185 VA.II11..U\. ",.\GEORGIA. Bay Street. lantic coast.. ,.twenty,thousand dollars.; ,South 'Carolina, three' thousanddollars-: : He found' the family very'agreeable farmer and and v'John, come here and say your lesson,'". .inanities in. Sweden and in the north'of G.. r
; For' removing o6structionL'at thei'moud. .For a survey Shrewsbury river.,,New: scociable one, ,consisting' ofthe said school-master! to a/flaxen'haired many. t

Strict attention will be given to the said of of Susquehanna'' river,' :neat :Havre-d t. Jersey,'fifteen hundred, ,dollars,, his wife, a grown up daughter, and.a pretty: urcbitior nine summers. What letter's that?!" ( \ ,.r I"" '' ,
ton,or other produce,and liberal.advances CoLe ten thousand dollars For' repairing the :piers at 'Kenn bunk fair sprinkling of little'fellows Seated before ','vociferated the urchin. Pooa Dr..A: ,;'writer Tn Jher Joamal,, .' :

When desired. Grace,,Maryland! communication between,! Maine, seven thousand five hundred dollars.For'a / ., ablazing: fire in the I large old, fashioned ;No"bat'l: A," oi f there are more specrraensof .:'.!.: ', -.,
JOHN \WC:LOUD P. H.LOUD. For reopening a : friend, who :bad been sytb than .' '
Owlshead barbor the California
breakwater'at firj.place'yUr
North Carolina; -aud ,;: it j. ,"A t". ev .'1 ; -
_Jan.% 1852.' 1,.' .. --," Albemarle' sound, 'the construction' Uia at Rockland harbor, in Maine, as the Depart riding in thb.wind all day and' was, considerably r- '"Well, wbat the next J" in any State in the confederacy- .A
by '
DOLLNkIiL, II. 'POTJ211. Atlantic ocean; Croatan.sonnd.'fifty; thousand mentbf War sbalt decide, .;. fifteen. thousand. ,rfatigued soon tbegan to nod, .and .show 'OzyokI. acquainUnces there ,are nolet ban;4<>X >.' ,
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breakwater across the
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General Conunlsslon. 'Merchants,'. dollars. 'i1 dollars! unequivocal} reyide"nce o1..a..I9.J.11I"& l No, it's B." < dry goods'merchants who.;peddle jcjamfot f .
M* 11'1'0.1Jltreet" Corner Maiaen, :LILEO I Improvementof tneJiarbor.ol For the further removal of:obstructions sweet''detightoof.as"downy.pjHow5[ >, The ; ." wn't' B;'neither, It's an .ox yoke.!- allying, and seven. ministers of tbeifotpel :

Up,.BUUrs,Jeir;York; sFor completing: WashingtonNorth the Carolina; five and the improvement[;the harborof Dubu- Jaimer,:poticing:; these 'sijns.',9( ;weariness, Crotcb'all'bemlcxk'. : gosh a, might!t think. ::1 who tend barl. 'Accordingvlo hint the ,oaly r 4 ,; .

WILL attend.promptly too alljbanneM entrusted : que-Iowafifteen.thousan, ; dollars.! polielyinfoiedhi0; ; ,that he could SOl to don't khowj"! ; '. ; men who t thrive ia California'are the rough J I
to their care." rarticular attention given to theM thousand (dollars* ? : '. the Great Sodus ba'y,' bed at timdaVthe.; .sainotime. .pointinghim and jo-a heid...Jhe 1
repairing: piers'm : any > .
,, of Cotton, Lumber,,Timber Md Turpentine; For .the .improvement of t the harbor of For York ten'thousand'"dollars?, ,- to, the back/part'tif.the\ [,room: whUherCaxter : >The sun 5s all very well; ialdjaft Jrishi tough stands no moral: chance 'lerpl" :. > ,
aile NewJ ;
FLiberal to the rurchuept&dranccmentllU4'10041,. :*n eomtpmenbrn&r'f rc :: .& Charleston i. South.' Carolina, fifty: .?thoosand' !,; -, 'J',, .?; For'imprQviDg: Cape Fear river at and below' : turning his.eyes.beheld.-three'beds; man, "but. in my opinionrtba mdon Is'wortStwo ,in the the mere idlfjPepJ: ,'oQ. >set,a.Talae ottl. !1.41 J

"! 19, J852f'J1't. '. : dollars.'i's ; Wilmington l ,.j4ocUuCarolinaiKlwentythousand neither separated by, partition:norjcurtain :of iU for the mon afors us light soft please. ..,'notice.*.*, .
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t- ,*-,.F the improvement!!of-sthe .harbors- p1pr : from the room ..where srt notfrom; iach! night time; when we ,: it,'whereaswe ha ? -* aj*:
:"JOBdescrlption.'In PaIlV'fJ50..-.',. -;, MoDila-Alabama! at DoIit<;Rhrer bar.anchhe ,dollar the, ,prtrs'k'"L.at Huron Jh{;,'.RuerWrborf v other the middle one of which.seemed designated ;- hav tbe sun with us in' the .di{ time, :Y'j'hut a young'lady1*' mouth, 'aak'lberageri ,

of evcp :B1 k, Bliie, Carmlae Choctaw Pass fi&yjhoiisand: d llar.' df J 1 I : ;'For'repairing< --1 4oU&rs.\>:" -i"", i by::the farmer's hand, 'This, was: a wh n we have nd accaaion'for it. .:.,?.* '. ,
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1 JACKSONVILLE, :. This is,an intercsttng! nmberTbetar.: i ., I>&ARS1R: Both hooses 01 ,the 'thnetal C. pitE\"i'Escf-Dear: < n'lthat oar! forced,to believe-i is vastly V pericHd tbe act la dart tbat tf 'P"*, then lift vu in it* morn, ':\- X:
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tide upon Japan furnishes! 'just'such a'sketch A ssembf are xn I fu1operaUonnd} .are pes.ng wil no\y.i in'force;.and Ldo sinceNely tape it will And theb art's youDfcimpnbci wen buoyant ; : ,
exceiientold 'Governor Tom Brown' |
Thursday ,December 23 1852- and free i
..... .. as is desirable of' the> customs. !, manners\and." si the-' bnsih } h gh )4ith:3.ecoming 'remainln i office nntil October next' ,although pass!, 'or failing, thai it'will *wt/wmr members There stood in,the dliUnee a CaIrJ- k. form. S

antecedents of'-tnat'great empire," 'whose despatch, and a'motiori'has been introduced! and induce them to pass a det militia Twu fuhloned '
l\bNt'IC whispered
CELEJlIUTJON.1lvill be seen this contrary to the Governor's. ,opinion! And fancy IO ,

by a notice which t we publish in another shores the American Government' propose in the house to adjourn'on the_24th.Jn t., expressed at the last session of. the General la\\".. \ forth**." '..(r''S_",.,. .,

column that the masonic fraternity proposes shortly to visit with a friendly expedition which notice: however, was laid on the"table Assem.b1y'to"\Vlt. .l r that he should continue Dr."Baldwin, your other member;h n his|And wnen from the world"o wander*!OM: .

whose avowed attainments are'a reciprocal votelofiirto 17'theAVhfgs.aUVo- I favorite! committee, Internal Improvements, Mid the vallcyi and stream ef 1111 owanativr, *, '
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celebrating; 'with' appropriate! ( ceremonies, In office'until,October ult, and until his sue- : ; "
: commercial intercource in tingjn the negative ;' !showing clearly that and will doubtless forth a good ret laud, \1' '
; yet so prepared; ng
Mondaynext being a day held in high eewor tea qudii/ ;,still, ,there is,no doubt And list to the music of the breeset ss cr mesa \,
business "
the of circumstances to defend itself the Whigs aredesirous,<< of despatching He this day introduced a bill to be entitle\ ,
estimation by the craft throughout the world event that he was wrong and the ,Democrats, righvvuen As it swept through the tree tops which sluidej lithe 4
from hostile assaults. From of and.' saving, the State from' unnecessarVcxpense. an act tciamend an act entitled an act to incorporate v
reports :
No doubt our citizens ,will generally; avail I they decided that l his term of office strand, ,

thetnseVves the inv iation.to be present. British officers who have served in those -- On the, lot t*t day' *of- 'tbe*' _ees-> *-** commenced 'in October,"1850, and'r.onhinuedntil the Florida, .Atlantic, and Gull raid- see her fair form, all artless, reposing' ; .,
> ncl iuiori siona the Ifirie appointed for, the meeting Railroad 'and for ,other Kpeath shadow of some beautiful > >
in-as-much A* public demonstrations ire rare seas, the Reviewer5 draws the c October 1853 and this decision will Central Company the deep tree; ..

with secret orders.CHRISTMAS that the Japanese are'a chivalrous s'ind hardy of the General'Assembly: there were in then be reversed, ,them. pUrPoses" And\e tones of the'sweet harp,so mellow came .,

people,'far in advance of any other,Asiatic iS houseat'lhe call of the roll but.the Whig ot'I by that the business of, the I have not read this bill as yet,' and cannot Like i.t I't.:' S. '

is COMING.-Next Saturdayit race in warlike resources. He estimatesthe members; although the Democrats 'were regret to say of course, speak of its merits. It will breathing' infancy- ,war< .si.sta'! .

will be here Old, young white, black, at foot and I present in the city, but bad not got through General Assembly': has been greatly impededby. and I will send nefr.jne; ,,
standing army 300,000 die' be printed you a copy. Or when,b>the moon's gentle light 1 went strolliny '
nnd indifferent will no doubt join in rendering force. for their officers and .the movements to adjourn sine at aarly' '.' \I .' : .
ao,ooo cavalry-a formidable The canvassing preferred A bill to abolish the office of State'Regis ; < H: MA

the day as "merry" and joyous as their population is estimated at 30,000,000. Their to receive something over a hundred dollars, c : day! This, I say, is to'lle 'regretted, ter has been' introduced in the house, I ,enclose And beauty at deep softness were spread o'er \

inclinations prompt. sub- for.it is utterly impossible, even by conceding the land, ,. \ ,/
may customs are very curious-most of all, that the expentes of one day to the State, to : a copy. S

We trust nothing will occur to mar the system of suicide called the Happy Despatch serve the cause of party, when tbeir'servi to the General, Assembly the greatest. ,The Seminary' fund has about $70,00,, 1 gazed. on the stars m rioosly rolling" '. i;.} -
amount of wisdom that, in the short,session la their orbits so brigt*at their Maker's
and festivities of the and I comMt
pleasures day- in which the nobles ces should have been employed in advancing S band about '
young are folemnly would allot themselves, (if said resolution on drawing' 6 1.,4' per cent interest 'mand, \ .. -'_" ". ; :._,.
that all may to pass: the time as to render instructed. The article Cholera i the business of the State which they ,: :
$4,000 ma few Far the and
upon theyI be carried into effect,) that the new laws say per annum. away to west, twhilingcn high, >.-:'S

their repose at night sweet and refreshing and Quarantine being a review of the were In duty bound to do, and now they to'be enacted, and ,the amendmentsto I years, by Comptroller's opinion, it will increase Show & star all nsp:. adem.-'mId heaven's ;.- '\: ,

A GOOD PRICK.-A bale of Cotton made reports: of the general Board of Health to not satisfied in pushing forward the work of n necessaiy hitherto enacted 'could be p.foperlydrawn to $200,000. This fund, by Congress, bright array; S f I ",

by H. R. Alford of Columbia county, sold a the British Parliament is of great importance legislation, but prefer; by a few hours session laws and voted with that amountof was appropriated to the establishment of called it nf angel, 'and hesredf deep ugh JI. :,:
To think .
that its
up upon brightne t1io 1d o'er r cb'f:
few days since to Dr. Pyles of Middleburg It is devoted to an exposition of tbe absur- each day, to prolong the ime past the and-reason which two seminaries of learning: -one east, one -- ".
: knowledge, judgment away.
for over $200. The cheapness of CoUon1ands dity of all quarantine regulations. In evol-1''holydays, because the hospitalities of thi; i in' 9pinion, should be brought to bear S west of the Suwnnnee. I understand thaI And oR, In my boyhood,did I see the, sweet foraf1" '!l***" f.'" ,
my
:. and the high prices that the articlebrings | ving its argument, it states many phenomena l citizens of Tallahassee, in the shape of gooi upon such questions. However, I am greatly some $8,000 have been subscribed!! in Pass before me like a dream of my earlier days; ';?j, ,

in market can but induce extensive of the successive cholera visitations which dinners! and the comfortable allowance o,I j inclined to the opinion that this is all done about Ocala to be appropriated to the erection And oft did I fear,Jest the dear hallowed charm, -. v

emigration into East Florida from other cotton clearly demonstrate the importance of fani- ]per diem, in the mean time, is too templingto the who the i of the Eastern seminary, provided that Should fade like the spring-flower which in .aotnmn '.' _:%
bunkum x
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be resisted for the benefit of the State 'f
decays. .
regulations in towns, and a of ,:
-growing Slates. tary system the half of the interest, and only tbe interest olsaid
to '
; plan always adopted by minority, With all the fond which
However the sent them hopes ambition could east ,
people ,
Treasury. ,
visitation medical board in- order to \
by a
Cottons Lave dec1intdthey i land be allowed '
Although recently seminary therein &c.
answerable their wit, that the minority should always botheras Upon the curtains which, shadow the future '
are yet sufficiently high to render theirculture warn people of and treat them for those pre-I''here, and they are to own much as possible the majority. But it is A bill will be introduced for this purpose.. I: In gloom, .

highly remunerative. monitory s'mptoms"hich invariably herald I constituents how they spend their time, and a greatly misconceived idea on their part. will notify you of its progrets. :I entered life's highways,and,with pulse beating;
the approach of this terrible visitor. That perform the trust,committed to their hands. fast,
understand it is in
Such propositions'only waste and I contemplation to endeavor II I-
Congress. In the election of officers this tbe premature Ceased to dream the sweet flower
the cholera, in1n.riou8 towns, should reappear year on earth should ,
to abolish the Superior Court. But
SENATE. The found it convenient receivethe expend the time of the General Assembly, e'er bloom. J
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standing committees were on its second visit, in the same houses Democrats to : .
bill has been introduced for this
S appointed ; after which various petitions: same rooms, and even in tbe same beds; interpretation! of the Constitution providing and lilt be Whig move, for the reason no purpose. Bat,when the last blossom of hope had decayed, ", ..
and : for of the members above assigned, I hope they will defer from I enclose you a report of the Committeeon And banished forever the dream of the past '-
were presented appropriately referred. that it appeared in sixteen before- a requisite majority
years the Judiciary, whieh will explain itself. ''Mid beauty'agay throng,1 beheld thee fair
it far unless blind Maid
pressing they must see ,
The of the elect elect officers. this
question contested seat for to By interpretation,
and that these localities should be found always
On the 9th inst., his excellency the Governor And worshipped the bright star that had blessed '
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the demt
: Kentucky was taken up, and Mr. Wood infected by some foul drainage or other C al. Ward is the Senator in Congress instead that understanding their game''I me at last. :.. -

Fpoke at some length thereon. Without want of cleanliness productive of noxious of the Hon. Jackson Morton, and Mr. are up with and ahead of them, for, on yesterday h- nominated, as Port Wardens, for the S .

: he Yulee in of the lIon. S. a resolution was introduced, and port of Jacksonville, A. M. Reid, Morris Jacksonville,Dec. 23,1852.
concluding, gave wa) to a motion for at I. exhalations, are strong arguments for place R. Mallory,
Kiel J. II. II. Boors J.C. Sam I.
Hemming
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passed in the Senate to adjourn on the 22d
journment. the of these offices. To
cleanliness. Even where the disease visited(1 present occupants THEN ANn Now.-Fifty ,
.J i inst. and in the House similar resolutionwas Buffington-which nominations were advisen years ago says
HOUSE:"or R PIlESENT.&TJvES.-Aftcr the out their plans', they found inconvenient a the Cleveland Herald
; the dwellings of the rich, it was found to be carry an I. steamboats were unknown -

F transaction of the mornfng business, the tuperinduced by the presence of some such[ minority vote in the house, and to passed to adjourn on the 23J., As these and consented to. ; and now there are 3,000 afloat on
L- things are spread the journal it will I I must now close, with the hope of communicating American waters alone. In
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House went into a Committee of the Wholeon cause. All the other articles in this number 5- overcome the difficulty, they changed the upon

; the state of the Union (Mr. Stuart in the are good. There is one doctrine broachedin i interpretation of the constitution by a vote of course, appear as a Democratic move, and with you again. Yours, &c.X. there now there was not are'a 10,000 single! miles railroad in in the the United world:

chair,) wherein the resolution for the distribution I. j the article on "TIepresentat Reform," of a simple majority. It is edifying to see consequently the Whigs make nothing by States, and about 2.000 in America and

of the message among the various viz : that the late success of Louis Napoleon how extremely clever these politicians are their prior movements. Masonic Celebration. England. Half century ago. it took'some

standing committees discussed by Messrs indicates that "universal suffrage," instead of in changing their opinions as it may suit You of course know that at an early stageof ; weeks to convey news from Washington to
r the the SOLOMON LODGE No- 20. F. & A. AI, New Orleans ; now not as many seconds as
; Jones of Pennsylvania, Johnson of Georgia, being the bulwark of liberty, may quite as their purposes.' In the election of the judgesof proceedings, Assembly elected it then did weeks. Fftyyearsagothe most

. and Melony. the Eastern District to serve for a State officers. This I consider an excellent | JACKSONVILLE, DEC. 23,1852. ,-
readily become the basis of a grinding ty year rapid printing was worked by hand power; ; .
: 1 The committees then rose; and after passing ranny. It is evident, that among the French I, only, they had in caucus concluded to takea : plan; were all of our Assemblies to do likewise The anniversary of St. John the Evange- now steam prints 20.000 papers per' hoar S -

q a resolution designating who should be' the remark holds good ; but if the Reviewer candidate from the middle judicial district it will save much time, trouble and Iist.Monday Dec. 27,) will be celebrated I by on a single press. NOAV is a great fellow

admitted on"the floor as reporters, and how means to insinuate that such a thing would 1 and place him over the eastern, and no bitterness, on the part of candidates. The this Lodge with appropriate ceremonies. but hence.A will. be much bigger: a half a centurjf :

seats should le assigned them, the House ever be possible in America he greatly mistakes ;- doubt! would Lave been accomplished had vote was strictly a party one, and the Whigs The craft will assemble at tbe Lodge room

adjourned: tbe character of the American people, not the Whigs have remonstrated against the whose names were put in nomination were at 9 o'clock, a. m. learned Irish Judgeamong other peculiarities

: t7' In the course of the day's proceedings a an d the genius of those State and municipal i injustice which has had the effect to suspendfor induced to run by desires expressed by the Members! of tbe Lodge, and Masons with,. had a babbit of begging pardon on

g! :: resolution xvas passed to terminate the current i institutions, which, by breaking up the centralization I. the present ,all operations in that line Whig members, they urging that it"ould in its jurisdiction, will take due notice and every occasion %was employed in rather a !
singular manner. At tbe close of the assize
debate on the message on Wednesday, of power, prevent the possibilityof until they can ascertain if it will be altogether tend to keep up the organization of the govern themselves accordingly. as he was about to leave the bench, the officers ,
at 2 m. safe for them to that Whig party. Of tbe merits of the By order of the W.'. M..
p.
play respective of
1' The
1 _ usurpations like that of Napoleon.ION game. the court reminded him that he had>
1}' The Legislature. election of solicitor is also postponed until officers elect I will not pretend to speak l ; F. C. BARRETT, Sfec'y. not passed sentence of death on one of the-

the Washington correspondent of the further instructions have been received from tempus I edax rerun." i I: should, however, prisoners as he had intended. "Dear me,"
But little business of general interest has Baltimore Sun that curious Members of the Lodge, and all Masons said his lordship, /beg his pardon; bring ,
states a correspondence the local wire pullers. A petition has been mention that at the caucus held for nominating -
good standing, will assemble at the Lodge him in.1'
: as yet been transacted in either branch of between ex-Senators Yulee and received from your county to again remoddle candidates, Wm. A. Forward was
at 9 o'clock and in 5-
room a. m. proceed
pro '
f the General Assembly. There are many Rhett, reflecting upon the conduct of some the pilot laws of the St. John's bar, and has nominated and agreed upon as Judge! of the cession under the Marshal of the \A friend was complimenting Madame-: ,

.; things undone that ought to be done, and of f their Southern coadjutors in the Senate, been referred to a select committee to report.As Eastern Circuit, and James A. Peden, of Day, to Denis on the admirable manner in which: she ", ,,-

many done that ought not to have been with respect to the secession project, is aboutto this is a constant suhject of legislation, Alachua county, Solicitor of the Easteirrr.tj n I St. John's Church, where the following ,exM -, played Zaire. "In order to ,play the part tt -;_'
ercises will be -'Clene.d.-------- -- wA,1pi.L.LL..L..m. Donio,iuct lIboqlt1! :
I. done.A. be published. it is proposed to have a standing ciixzit -. ; ; ,, I.i-_ .;. ThtPrr Bro. W. D. HAUI.OW, VI S.-. be YOU't1 and pretty? "Ah Madame* 1": '
bill' ha nasspd! ili. .. _J -n-Trrcrr-Tn1s---matte: rTs'to the ranks these elections
-ubsuuciions U""g<* 'iV- q --.a-.Il"..; TTIE1I.C nrF.T--: -TKerTri- ---- be referred were postponed, -.' ingeniously rejoined the compiimenter, "yon, __ .
-to in me si. Johns
r--- prerenttng bune's Washington correspondent say:, thata ; to be called "The Committee of Pilot and now I presume the dominant party are are a living.proof of tbe contrary." -. *
; river-and a list of Port Wardens and Auctioneers 2j. Masic by the choir under the tliree.tion
L.prl letter t has been receceived in that city from age of St. John's Bar." It is highly discreditable waiting despatches from the east. Had not
1; 1 for this county, appointed by the the President's brother-in-law, in which it to to send of Professors BROWS and FOLSOM. The Jacksonville News of week before
your county a Senator the old! Judge better come 1
41 I Governor, have been concurred in by both was stated that nothing/ was settled in regard and up up 3J. Address by Bro. JOHN C. Ley, P.-. last published the article from the Charleston
Houses. to the Cabinet except that there would Representatives: who cannot be trusted Doubtless, at this session of the Legislalalnre !\I... Mercury. entitled, "The Florida Trade-

be no restorations. with the business of their constituents of the election of Judges will be givento Sharp's the Word,"the erroneous statement ..
The
Committee whom
to referred the 4th. Music.
was
If there are to be no restorations we a local character, but which must, instead, the people, and as Douglas would only of which were calculated to disparage! our .
presume f
Ii question' of the constitutionality of the election be 5lh. Installation: of Officers.6th. market. We
entrusted to members expected to see at least
so
the of distant
recommendations; of counties hold for
our neighbor on one longer I think it shameful
,
g of Judges by the people, have submitted 1 who year Music. much of our answer to that artlc.e; as was..
I of the News of last week will be unheeded. although they may le more able and he should be removed; and particularlywhen to correct its misstatements inserted j
a majority report against the system. honest 7th. Denedicti n. necessary
Escambia are not supposed to have a' more it-is contemplated that his place shouldbe in the News received last evening.
Leonard
of county, and.Hopkins, Proceedings of Town Council. perfect knowledge of the local wants of the filled by a person a non-resident of the 8th. Music. In this, however, we were disappointed .

ii;; of this county, compose the majority. Pa- citizens of Duval county than their immediate said circuit. Have such After'hich the craft, will re-form in procession I We hope the omission is not attributable to -'

py, of Leon, has submittfd a minority, re- COUNCIL CHAMBER, I own you poor lawyers and proceed to the new Court House, j a design on the part of our Florida namesake -

port. We regret that our space will not admit Dec. 17, 18)2. J representatives. In the case of among you that you must come to the middle where a collation will be served. to do our merchants injustice.-Saif. : .-
of of Council met. Present: His Honor Starke, contesting the seat of Osteen, t becoamittee circuit for a judge 1 New Ia
a publication these reports. Henry Citizens and strangers generally, S
are
. Dr. Baldwin and Gen. Hopkins, we are D. Holland, Inteudant ; Messrs. Buffin ton, of elections reported in favor of It is proposed that this be a short session; ; invited to be present at the ceremonies respectfully '' ''; ,

pleased to observe,are devoting themselveswith Butts, Canova, Clark, and Townsend, Councilmen Osteen, and upon the motion to concur in my reasons why it cannot be are hastily.' at the Ciixzrch.F. fake way for a hindep ndent woter, sid ',.- a
a man at a recent election in New
Orleans.
the report of the committee the motion wasput given above. However, I must remark C. BARRETT. \ {
assiduity to the interests of such matters one Why, my man,' said the Clerk, 'it is ;"
:
Marshal
off far of the oo \ .
as have been entrusted to them by their Proceedings of last meeting read and approved. two days to enable the Democratic thing, viz, : that almost every member of the: Day. not an hour you deposited your vote -

.' .pri constituents. They the members to look into the matter, and Assembly has some idea of a general workof The Voices of Christmas, at this poii.'I .' ,1. -

efficient are among most active REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. when the day came, and this business came Internal Improvement, which should be know it, I know if,* says the voter}tha.1 ".'> I.
and
: energetic members of t the in the orders of | In all but its was tbe democratic ticket; Uifo re is tbe s'
the the
House. Committee appointed to inquir into cxpe up day the speeches and at once commenced, prosecuted, and finished, temperature, following whig.' I
I
seasonable article from the : ,;
a .;i; diency of erecting Powder expositions expected were not delivered, andthe in this State. But, unfortunately three Baltimore Swill in 'But if
Magazine, asked no apply as well in our Southern meridianas you strive to \ote t'ace i ,f vriJJ : .
Hons. Rufus Choate,George Ashmun id and obtained leave for report of the committee was concurredin members : arrested.' bye -
further time-as did I agree as to the precise plan to be in that for which was written. Christmas yon : :;,
R. C. Wintbrop,are mentioned as U. S. Sen.tor also committee appointed to draft ordinance and as yet no one has made the motion adopted, although seem to think that the is not quite so cold here as there, 1 but 'You wi will you I1 soqtel the son

from Massachusetts, to succeed Gov. with regard to steam.mills, bakeries, &c. to grant the contcslen( per diem and mileage, Internal Improvement fund should be applied I' it is equally bright and joyous. The editor the nied!!the ignpeplc sy i if I'm Q ::
Davis, WlO5ter1fl will next4th an overiight.no doubt else says: /; for the whigs after 1::'
expire :: of PETITIONS. or the practice is to this Tfe will the ..
purpose. prove a" The winter going \vhole ticket for the 4esnrats
.: March. Either of the three would do credit Councilman Canova becoming obsolete, in legislative bodies. The bone of months pli.'e upon ns unawares there ain't .
contention universal
'; presented petition of great and will, I fear result ; they breathe deceitfully, almost hypocritically suffrage, that's all,
_:_. to the position. Their color is entirely sundry citizens praying an alteration of present general] plank road bill has been brought up in nothing. As yet, no bill has been and persuade us to entertain the 1 It is a any ides.l business, take it all *A.'i'
different from that of Charles Sumner. in the Senate, and has been referred imagination with the round.' /'
patrol laws-which being: received was to the introduced bearing upon its face any recom fragrance of ,spring ,

) Hon. George E. Hawes, Senator from> on motion by Councilman Buffington referedto internal who have improvement committee in that body,, mendation. To be sure, isolated bills, not flowers.Winter may But come we noiselessly will not be' stimulate deceived ST.DUMIXCO COFFEE.-The Emperor So*' ,t cc

Orange county, passed: up'the river on Sun a select committee of three, consisting of : reported unanimously against it. necessary here to be noticed, have been introduced the balmy breath of spring, but or.e'glant'e louque has lately decreed that hereafter all

t dar last en route for his residence-having Councilman Townsend, Clark, and Coao ,a. i It is said that the house committee will but at once killed. However. I at his feet and we find him india-rubber shod, coffee brought in from the plantations in his

I g obtained leave of absence from the Senate J RESOLUTIONS. shortly introduce an amendment to the central will write more fully on this subject a: a prepared for other sort of journeying than dominions shal be-'free 'of dirt and stones, '_' I

I for the remainder of the session. Councilman Buffington introduced the railroad charter, which it is believed will future time. among the meads and vernal bloom. _under penalty, for compliance.i <
-_
1 Nay more, there are voices of the holi i; .
receive the of both houses -
following resolution support ; and be You of _
: a know '
course, that all about
by unanimous days us that will be '
% : The weather for this' past few Jays 1 has Resolved, That the Town Marshal for ne- more efficient charter than has heretofore': report of the committee on Elections, l's T. There are prattlers every where not who rebtik haven ed.;( Stateof Vlorlda,SS County of DuTtJ., .

been warm and summer.like, greatly to the gleet of duty resign his office, or a suitableperson passed, and it is hoped that the i internal I improvement H. E. Osteen, the sitting! member instinctive apprehension. of "the :good;
: gratification be appointed Marshal in his stead. from time coning," : NOTICE b hereby given to James W. Bryant
of the ardent ,Southerner as uud will be applied to the construction Orange county, whose seat once a,year. Theyook into intend to file a petition in the
! :: : well as the health-seeking invalid. Which was lost, as follows: of the work which will 1 be surveyed by Jno. W. Starke has was contested the newspaper at the'breakfast table, 'and Cult Court for the Eastern Circuit ofThnide,Ci p
Yeas-Mr. Buffington. and the been confirmed in their-bright eyes gleam from the.tell.tale said couty. forhl foreclosure of a certain
termini and the route locatedat : his seat ;, said report being concurred in columns: and one is kept posted'upon .all gage mado aidlame W.Bryant tQ 1 on
MUll.&CHVSE1T'ELECTION-At, an election Nayt-Messrs. Bulls, Canova, Clark, and an early day after the passage ;:and approval the House. by I the varieties of rare novelties and nesciouswares Mortgaging i). Hart, dated and the eigth day of May A. D. 1852,

in Massachusetts on the 13th inst., to Townsend. of the bill. The feeling that a workof This was a just decision Mr. for the entertainment of tbe b'ody> and Hart, his heirs and conveying assignees to,the all said Is D. '

; fill nine vacancies in the Congressional delegation PAYMENT OF BILLS. this: kind is urgently required- seems lobe ; Stark presenting the mind, for the eye and tbe understan parcel of land situate lyiogand being In the City o _

C seven whig, one locofoco: and one Geo. C. Powers & Co.'s bill of $3 00 for general' and there seems to be a dispositionto of wrong, opinions-not the shadow ding-and we are quitely brought to aq 'un' pf Jacksonville, County of Duval and State c1oridaknownuponthep1anorpIatofsaJc1tp?
a
reason justifying him derstanding forwith tKat
; abolitionist were elected. Pi'inting-also! S. Donaldson's of $22 50 lay aside all local feeling and to co test. but once Christmas, comes .lot number One, (ou and fire, in square num '
for a
legislate h 'S'S
labor Nothing as as,yet been done relationto year. bee forty two, follows to ..witiJotnumber ", ,'
fay
The health of, Vice &c.,,were on,}motion! by Councilmen the public benefit, more 'marked probablyat the Indians, Indian "And' so winter is betrayed, though beat one, !Dudeel Bunde.wet Julia ', J j
'
President gents. &c. I let.llIL
King, which understand conceal his by
Buffington, ordered paid. this sessionthan in which furs and keep the hoar frost Forth.tr, east bylot nubr
I1i. for some time passed has been delicate, was \ ADJOURNMENT.pn S ,;: any has preceded that General Hopkins, of your ; his back, by the flavor of good cheer that for of 1a 10 Lots ':> '!
itj; ,and if thia'eession should harmoniously has number tQu and fire bounded west by street ,:,
at the last accounts improving. Long pass already prepared, a bill to appropriate' waits upon the season. And there are those i south by Iota number j ;
may ;pn of Coun ilman Butts Councilthn one and two, east by lot'stE1 "
: "Miss Nancr live! to enjoy the'high honois adjourned. as from present appearances payment for these troops,,but, ,owing to the who cordially anticipate the unfolding ot| hisS. I number and north by Adams Iet,'eah lot,
t: which have recently been, bestowed there is reason to believe.will be. the 'case, fact that the quarterrnasterls.' grim authority; and the places wherein men; containing one hundred and five te' square,with
,
upon t.: report has not and women too do all the membr and appurtenances to the* :
her. Attest : its legislation:'may be more conducive, the: been reached here, he "buyand sell and get .aid rigt
cannot fix : &ny'wsy&ppert&ining.sr
fc F. CLAY: BARRETT, prosperity of the Stiitethan upon the gain, are filling up ,with seasonable delights, longing, and that the aforesaid W
!
its Mortgage wasgiventoieourethepaymentoftbesnm
any.of
pre- precisB.sum necessary to be and the time for,the disposal of them is ,
t at
appropriated.
: Hon. Josiah ,. .Evans has I Clerk .Council.' ." (decessors- of thrs* : : ..
S been'eleeted' :. j.I -_ "'_-- .' \ It is to be hoped that be will be' able td hand, 6undd. cola all of-which the aJa. ': ,: ,'.
U. S. Se'ia16UrnjSouib, Carolina for, six The weathej is most'of the time ] other persons ,.; '
&Washington Dispatch !erple produce a bill on Wednesday{ next. a oC 1i. ,
? $ years from the', :4th'of, March next when the Y' It Tribune says: in- ,the New' sant, and we are -now' shut but from the S It i Tm; FIRST SHAD!! or .TUB SEASOK.-A !uQoruderhimw, ,.f'!

y:; term of service ,of Mr De Lasurc will ex 'file Spanish Minister has received noth: world'owing tq.tbe" freshets i in the op coon gives us pleasure, : to .speak'' 'i in the, GRKAT P. 11l1 rAID TOR IT.-Yesterday, Air. Assign ot. .SUMr 'SLtt'Jj .
highest terms of the Gallegher in the PHILIP -
abilities caught Savannah FRASER
ing importance in and working river, Petiior.
pire. ) the
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!: : V dispatches brought'to try having obstructed the roadsand,carried the first shad of the .season. It' ; Dec.23,1853. '
im the propensities the members weighed 4'
by of .
steamer Fulton from .Duval 'I.u'n.if
Ha-
off the about -'-
; and. bridges*. We have scarcely "seen : three pounds and. was purchased -
a She has by S ,
M MINISTER.. F&ncz..ftjjJ':; : : ; .. northern paper for ten days: done,herselfs credit, and has Messrs. Hay wood &'Finch, lot :.twenty-five. i Wotle '"t

: Hon. Pierre utetbe; French'jj. Senator' hers Attorney-Gen.,'from New York Cbatfield backed and his gang are r It,Is raining ,heavily to day: sent! gentlemen intelligence, who are not dollars J-' This bad is destined, we learn:, to PROPOSALS wffl b reoeired tm the 1st: .
;' from Lonisiaaawiil i ? it is ,suppo only, anxious to grace the table pf, Macon ] > .
b* appointed *y Presi sed,,by Geo. Law & Co. promote the interests their a Hotel Several nUDettor liwtl
on behind that '
: dent Pierce for a new. dodge. Gek.: ,.PJERC 'S' :CALIFORNIA 'UEN but of the of our:city; :'epicures ,offered from S.Wa" _'.
succeed. Hon. Wra.C: Rives building a Pacific Railroad, .-The county whole State,, Geri./Hop. ,$10 to tine, lying between and ..;:
.. The massive'gold'ring 'to 'Gen. "Pierce kinsi $20 for it, bat as is customary ;the longest to a level of foot aud t&w b ,
at the court of St/Jumei. contract for carrying the mail from by a ;j ,cliairman"of tb'e-MiJit one tD 'j 1
-;> f ', New.Orleans to West numberof''citi2efls-'of San Francisco s aj one,of'the 1 pole:! l knocked down the persimmon !.-& ;. top of main wsiLThe of .ftffing'will
Key wIdt
has been .given delivered him most/ important ':'COnjmiUees-) and'asit, is ffeics- feet; North i
to basin
The Cayu tf-'CA that to Gen.Scott, of.Florida.illon. on Wednesday; 'at the Tre-! .a b f except ad and I ,
< 8ays a man 'who S C. 'M., m'nt.Uo'u Boston, by A.A.: Seloveri thoroughly DemocraticLegislature; it isquite' sboutJOfeeIa4jaoenttoit.wherIIIha1wan4 -;
\ ,Conrad ESq ;
ot : ,
t will like .r Secretary whe by the width of
a papej/or; a,.length' : of time and bad a mighty ,smart row with Col. Abe War in'behalf of the donors It'contains; spe 'a< complement] .to':any VjThijf to J be' .1 .. TitjuAjnrrjpEC.; last accounts from street.Th. 1. b. deteel .\ '

then send it fecji:,trel edand, unpaid for, in,his office); the.other day., EYE. imens of the, various'gold 'products-:'from pJ ntfdChairman'; .. cpmralttee ap Mexico'stated.that the Mexican Congress } estimated amount of this fining"ir'0 : '""
? ninerseeuons: a. +and.'tQ"none had- bill eablo 'on which all ,
-'
would cu-ftJloir; b1nd'doi" : 'i' oftheipIacere aiii mines-of reported a granting the y& proposal ,
dfnrieV and "' i .I, ,: ,' f cpuIJXtaye' been Tenuantepec based, more will be paid for.' 1.' ; ,
O. ;" 1 tahfornia,. accorded with contract / {
toSenor;
then stone the'dog!Jl S He -bo.. .1n, gl cti ,: ; The'engraying-upon the ring ; more., Belansr::: Later advices The give references abiH. ,> S'., "
r'ljeing"bnl"Tboie .adverti.mg,. .not p u to ''S
% v ,' only robs him a { P ntftbe 8 al of the State; together ,with propriety.and. a greater Benseyofju8tfce;than received by the ;N. 0. Picayune" stated that: ,to al.hou and be '
elf" ty
are oar .e \ t..t'i:; __ >. : <.>,:* -'. f;; his lair,;..advalltages other : directed :ta thejmienigned ;, ,:
the ., ..
n.eUYI.1&wy. tillwtrative. jAlexican. '
-' bat, > Emblem of to.the;General Congress has aU. F & '
berww. Jhe:; its rise'and as. such chairman rejectedall tbe I .u'i '
'W :&tie t4-H.K c.hr' < h ... ., ..poil., 'on .hi, ,wiser jival: ,., ij./..', 1 ; He' thi .' ;
S :t; (2 ( .t. ..- progress i/j-j > i<\t't' > !'" propositions! before, it.: in [reference W '," ",

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M .New Bakery. required to establish the same to the satisfaction Hew Fall Goods Just Seca l\'elL :

** OPPOSITION IS TBE'UTX OF T&ADK." of the- Register"and ,Re einr of the .- : NEW/\ YORKPA01HT -; 'FaDei'C a s aciiriJiJti"'ik.'t. -

THE wbaeriber laving recently erected a new proper Land Office, and making payment fBXUJfi $abserIberwoi beg leave to inform ; : ASruororD assortment ,!ast received, and for -
,:, are lwelwIred -furnish families therefor at toon at practicable after: seeing JL the public that he basins received avery :LINE F,.WATER k-co--

tad others witbBte&& fcc, at low rates. They this notice, and before the day appointed for : Deo.IS. 1888. '. _'_ .. JCUAMPAU.Nk
deliver Larg and fJplcnetld Auortme.i'orn
rill neb artlc1ci ia their line &I' .
at the residence of .those who desire are it required at the commencement of the public sale of the e Goods, .: : -ilMdseiea, o.&da"it. ,t'.
early hour in the lands embracing the tract claimed otherwise Ready Jenny Ltad. aad Oraad'Brands. .. -. '" i',
aD morning of each day Sundays made Clothing; ._ ,_ jBstrMeTved.br '- .
.a -
exoepted. such claim will be forfeited. Hats : -Mr, .., '
Saturday and Boots Shoes
evenings they will sup Caps, and : 1 Regolar lia*Paeketa between Dec.lS.lS2. F;WAVER It CO.j .
ply thoee who desire for nnday*. JOHN WILSON .A rich assortment of Moaslin de Lain, Ame Neby ,and ,"n., .

Fresh bread may be obtained at the fruit store CJmmiu mtf' w the General Land ,rican,English,and French, both plain and "- Pat Op, .,New ia1."r,
Office. ,
,f Mr. J.:5. Drown also of Mr. T. G. Meyers. figured; _. Po For ad" music Store. a f .
A share of public is nor25 I4t Ginghams Joseph t ferf"k BBLS. trG eneausee flow,25 half hbb f .
patronage respectfully solicited. ,Calicoes fig'd and plain Alpaceas '
; Jerm Om* 3s5 -
,ISO V
do bbU
r 8 mw baokwheat 4 bUs assorted .
.To D. McSIMLUY & (0. Mohair Lustres,Persian Cloths M. FOLSOM ARO1\' "j' ,
,
Jacksonville Dee 16,1352.Administrator's. Sheriff Sale.By English Merinoes Paramatta Cloths; L S and Drt Pianos Melodeons, Chore will pry regularly between 10 boxes crackers I bbl pieklee 2 ofcl crushed sugar, 'i- '
Par : eandy.,4 do*- Coegres* water 1.
I ease ".
Bombazines Brocade Silks ,Agent ia New e'
VIRTUE of ; Aeeordepas, Gut Violins, Sheet Music and Yor' Sardines,4 baskets 4
6 -
Judgment boxes
a and decree of the Plain Chameleon Silks Instruction J champagne, ,
Sale. Circuit Court of the ; Bk.bh ot the old and new boxes tobacco .
Eastern Circuit of the Wide black do offers a way Agents in GRC'WateIL 1kegtermndazrow.psat,4 ., .
will be offered for sale at public auc State of Florida forth* County of Dnval for Florence do eke lr best t of the abovenamed arti- B1SBEE tf. CANOTA. boxes champagne eider,2 bblt loaf UnL.fi kegs ,

THERE the lit Monday in January next at the foreclosure of a mortgage and an execution Colored Satins, &c. Having muactorie in,the United ia do. 9,firkins Orange comity* bntt* 30-bezel .
Burlington plantation the late residence of CoL for the sale of the mortgaged property therein A very rich assortment of Cashmeres, all Vocal tate and years in teaching Art Pak. i cheese 6 bbbimess porkjl half,bbls fulto.-mar*.
John IL McJntosh,deceased, oa the west side of mentioned and described duly issued and to me wool Jt1met Music, and being tho. K DUE ketbeef; 200 Ibs eodfiih .Jhhd aoaldm.l do .. .
the river St.Johns, and opposite to Mandarin delivered,I have levied upon and will expose for Shawls,plain; printed and embroidered ments roughly awntd .UIthe abovenamed Ilatr forwarded.AH goods; directed to te ,win promptly I 16 family hams? boles'new raisins bbl Almond '
15 milas above the city of Jacksonville in the Bale, at public outcry before the door of tho Black S Mantillas Dtd superiority of instrument bags Rio coffee. 1 bbl.extrt.'oId MonoagaUU .
g those
State of Florida: A Steam Saw-mill rated 85 Coat House Jacksonville,on Monday the sixth Persian do ; ear and less over experience.teachers of less cultivated September 4th, 1852. 2 whiskey 10 nil prim.old IriA,do..4 boxes Jlr* I ;

power working two gangs upright saws,. day of December next t All that piece or parcel Black and col'd English Silk Hose ,All orders crackers I bbloew eider,2 boxcCpal soap.* *
; promptly attended to. Instruments Charleston Just
lad circular Terms or laud situate in Duval and' Une. received at the ehe. cash store aad for
edger saw. caah.-The lying between
one county Do do Gloves and Lace Mite niceypacked) Flord'
and sent to
of sale
the forks of Black any part the State. by F. W.A VEX. .. -
purchaser will pallor afl necessary paper Creek, in Section Thirteen Paris Kid Gloves-a large assortment l'urhaer.and the Musical *CO.Uve.16,1352. .-, _

ALSO Township East, being Five all,of Range lot number Twenty-four two, and South part and of Rich Cords deep and Trimmings Fringes,Braids Lace Gimps invited to call and examine this stock community,at ,. are The Splendid !e P eket,teiaer- .' .,k ., fc I __ :.

The tract of land embracing the plantation, eon- lot number three in said Section and bounded on Black Lace Trimmings,Tery wide; N'RORY'S, AND FOLSOMS FURNITURE FLORIDA Charles De Waal, Auctlosew ; ,

timing ITS acres,with all buildings and improve the Norah by the highway and the,section line A beautiful of Embroideries; ROOM, CHARLES WILLET, COXXAXDEX, ', ; ,';". (
thereon also aH other real and personal between t Sections twelve and thirteen the Jacksonville, Mach 11-Cm JACKSONVILLE 't !
lIlenu ; on Needle-worked Collars 8.182 r' IS now 4.
; running regularly the "
belonging to the Estate, East and South by Black Creek South o Sale ia any part of the County'atUnded to "
property[except negroes] ( Prong) Do Cuff-bands, Chimisettes, New.and Splendid Furniture Line betweD. and ;
including in the real Estate a large and valuable and on the West by land belonging to Richard Underdecves, and L.C. Hdkfo the St. river.ChlesO.-ad respectfully solicited. ,, .. '.
,welling bouse situated in the city of St. Angua- Dillon and containing about sixty acres. Also Needle-worked Edgings and Insertings : Subscribers The following Schedule boa been adopted,which -Noveuiberllth,1852. tf '. ", ''J" ,, .- '
tille (. Johns county,fronting the pllblic Iquare. lots number two,three and four of fractional Seo- Linen do do nl received, | shows the hours of arrival and departure at the Ilia Aaction Rooms and Store-ionae .f' t.

be aceommodatiDg. ALJo. Will be ion; number Fourteen in Township number Five, Thread do do tbe FRrnitl Room Y&01 ports: oa Bay Street, near the principal market arc.kept. i' '

_ BdbyWthe undersigned at private sale a choice and Range number Twenty-four.South and East German andValencines McRory's Store,a and Splendid Uft Leave Charleston Tuesday,at o'clock p.x. le keeps on hand at all seasons of tb* year; ."' ., s.4_ *
about 215 accustomed to the I containing one hundred and twenty acres and six niture from New Leave Jacksonville the most
of negroes do do York, in. part Wednesday,at 3 o'clock p.ai. reasonable terms family Gwewlea aa& r 0'
failure of cotton and sugar crops. These may ty hnndreths of an acre, said lands being the same Worked Flouncings; Bureaus, Sofas Tele a Tetes a i Leave Pic1&t Wednesday at 7 o'clock r. .. I'roviaona for cash or country prodaee. _' '* ,.,' -\ '
le purchased by application to the undersigned, mortgaged by Benjamin Frisbee to Isaac J Moses, Embroidered Skirts JfG, Goods scat to Subscriber oa Commission, eitb
tt. Augustine}lorida or at Savannah Ga. on the nineteenth day of April, A. D. 1349, and Do Window Drapery, &c. Ottomans, Cottage Chamber pets, I Leave Palatk Thursday, at 7 o'clock A. .. er for private or auction disposal,win be qiitkljr> '
The negroes may be seen and inspected at the by said Isaac J Moses assigned to Jacob J. Moses A very superior and rich style of silk and Tables and Chairs of all descriptions, I Leave PicolaU Thursday at 10 o'clock A.X. attended to and amounts speedily forwarded-" J "' ,

plan "Lion,where also may be seen a diagram ofthe and levied upon and will be sold to satisfy said -velvet Bonnets; Bedsteads, Sinks and Wash Stands, | Leave Back Creek Thursday at 1 o'clock r.x. Subscriber has been known this community fox ",
real Estate exhibiting quantJt and location. Judgment, Decree and Execution,in favor of said Do Straw Bonnets; &c.. I Les.vi Jacksonville Friday at 3 o'clock A. x. a number of years cs auctioneer and otherwise."
JACOB ALDBURG.B. Jacob J.Moses. Also at the same time and place Bich Bonnet and Neck Ribbons very wide, & I The accommodations for passengers are nnsnrI He offers no recommendation bat desires that

A. PUTNAM AdmoY. \. will be sold by virtue of a Judgment and Decree plain and fig'd Purchasers wi doTwell to eal and examine I I I phased by those of any boat ever placed on the inquiries should be made regarding himself,of', t
23, 1832. dec9-tds of the Circuit Court Dnval county,for the foreclosure Boottees Buskins, Slips Ties and Jenny Stock bef.Tre purha;, as article will '' St. John I., Freight and passage as low as by any Commercial House at the place of hisr-reaK ,:
of a Mortgaged Property therein men- Lind Boots gold a cheap eal obtained in Charleston t any other line. ,denoe. CHARLES DaWAAV .
tioned and described duly issued and decreed Gentlemen's very fine Boots Gaiters, and Savannah. Any farther information can be obtained by applying -
HOLMES the 24th day of May 1852,and to me delivered I Shoes J. II. MrrvORY to either of the undersigned agents. i 0. W. Yaahan & 00'..Surgidai --i.:i.Baiadages

General Commission Merchant have levied upon and will expose for sale at public Ready made Clothing, of every descriptionand L. M. FOLSOJI. J. W. CALDWELL Cluvlo. I .

100 WALL STREKT, NEW TORI.VILL outcry four negroes, viz: quality. Jacklnvie. November 8, \$32. ll6qiStores. BELLECHASSE fr F1NNEGAN WOULD
call
Moses, (black) male, aged about 23. Jacksonville. 1 the attention of Physicians tof .f '
The Subscriber would that he has
pay particular attention to sales of Tel say engagedan my stock of Surical '
Samson do do do 40. R. R. ItEID, Palatka. Bandages, conaigUa,
vw, Pine Lumber,..ive Oak and oUter Southern Tamer do** female do :o. accomplished Tailor to do custom work,wlach Stoves, September 23, 1852. tf in part of Shoulder Braces ass.sizes Abdominal .' of j
Timber and Produce and to orders for purchasing Kate do do do 15. will be done with elegance and taste. J McJIDRY & FOLSOM have also on hand Supporters.Uterine da.,Abdominal Compressors
Merchandise. dec9-tf Clary do do do 12. Cloths, Casaiineres and Vestings, kept to suit a variety and assortment of Stoves FOR plJT. nELfBIA. The above are frdm the celebrated House of C; 4

customers. for tue parlor, and to which W. Vackan & Co.,Philadelphia, and for qnal
Said
the William
negroes being same Mortgaged by ofce. kthen. they
Planters who wish furnish their
to of
Administrator's Notice. Haddock to Horace O. Moss and Daniel C. negroes trith 1 invite novll PHILADELPHIA ity material and workmanship, are ntwnrpa-*
the shoes or clothing, can be supplied with largQ AND sod equalled,by any made in th* Untyad Stalest, .
mlHRTY DAYS after date, the nndersigne Ambler 22d day of March 1&49 and levied quantities at very low prices. BAVANNAltM ,,- I have on band a targe and varied
J. will apply to the Honorable Thomas Don upon and will be sold to satisfy -said Judgment The public are solicited to call and examine MA PORT MILLS, E. P., "Tl'I1Ies"all of which are efeve.very st IB<*ek. for of -; II

,!. Judge of the Eastern Judicial Circuit, of Decree,and Execution in favor of said Horace Goods and prices for themselves.L. October 1852. Steam Navigation Company. cash. JOHNJLPAYNEDrugg'istoct23 1
the tate of Florida, for leave to sell the landllelonging O. Moss and Daniel, C. Ambler. B. 22d *- (
'
to the Estate of Cader Hancock late GEO. H. SMITH AMERMAN. TIm TjjfDEHSiaXKD well The new and splendid sidWheci stew tbip .4;,
r llumbia county deee&.oed. Jacksonville Oct. 23, 1852. Sheriff. Jacksonville Oct.1st. 1232. 14-tf Cotton Plantation, situated on STATE OF GEORGIA Of 1200 tons register Notice:1': ,
Z. R. ROBERTS Adm'r. The above sale Is Pablo Creek, eight miles from St. John's Bar, ; Captain J. E Walton has commence her >
postponed until the first Moh- -,
regular eotibcnlrftie
OP 1 1'TEH S in the and the Plains celebrated and settle my business offef "': :
MARY ROBERT:5.Ad'x. day in January next. dec9 LIST remaining P adjoining Diego 1 for trips and will leave Savannah Wednesday, TO ale -' ; 4
By M. WHIT SMITH, Att'y. at Jacksonville,East Florida, Novo their extensive range for Cattle and horses. This the 2d day of Jane and every alternate \\Vedne Fort : Luaad.' "''- I
Alligator. Nov. 30. 1S52. dec9-td Male and Female Classical \>et 12th 1832 plantation consists of twelve hundred and fifty day thereafter-say on the 16th and 20th) Jane Batten George Iflandi ': M. ;
ar d A. L. ares, six hundred and fifty of excellent ham 14th and 28th Jnjy 10th and 23th August and so t !
English lu.c.Uate.-JackaollvIUe I ,,,, F&DD1I1pLsIand.l .
'i '
mock; four hundred and thirty u under cultivation | : "
.
William on. ',
D J 41
Notice. Apbeve Long, ,
Two Sister 1 '
Islands .
N. F. BEOWM Principal and and the residue ia uncleared. "
Proprietor. B. Lord, Isaac Cabin Passage td Philadelphia, $25 ..<. ,
May-port Steam ;
LL persons having demands against the estate TERMS Lee A further recommendation as Through Tickets to New York 25 -lIIiIJ.-&acl'&bod.. HXf j -
Baker, Wayles John i IDDtCesa.
4 acres of land in Marion .. .
of George W. Stewart, late of Colum- W Lowther the place is so wel known, 9 County. :, '.,
Baker Sumner Esther ofBrewn.J Steerage -
Ucuuntv, deceased, are hereby notified to pre- Primary pupils per qr.of eleven weeks $ 6 00 for selling a retire from planting.1JtJFor Address 1.B. KIBBS "
: duly proven within the time F""bed English studies and Mathematics, 10 00 heirs terms, apply to Col. Henry T. Titus, This ship has been built with entire regard to May-port Pod. Do including scientific course m Ban-on, Robt Lacy CatharineBatchelder safety, comfoft and dispatch, and offers new and nov 2.'i 1852 ,Jl
Ly law or this notice will be plead in bar 12 00 at Jacksonville, or to the on the tIjNatice
rf wrment; and all persons indebted to aid estate Do classics, 15 00 Sam Lyon, II M.. place. They will be made DDdeniged admirable facilities to business and traveL For .. .. .
re reqneftedt to make immediate payment. German or French, eskra 6 00 Burnsed Polly EDW. HOPKINS freight or passajre', apply toPADELPORD rr '
P Masters y.IJ
E
Blackburn, John n .
FAY & CO.
Payable ,
invarie.'oiy in
CHARLES STEW Altl. Admr. No advance. Badger, Jos W Miner F \V Provisions and stock, with planting utensils, Agents in Savannah. HC Copartnership existing between the lab "- I
1S'2.if studies assigned any pupil until the price of JL scribers under the .
of
]09, Baker. Amy E Madden, John will be sold on the place. HERON & style GibtwfcCe '
MARTIN -
tuition I IRegistcr.
is paid. Any damages sustained the this dissolved ,
furniture will be charged to the dainager. by Brinkly Allen J 2 Middleton, II G. *_* Mobile, Ala.; Courier, Charleston July 8-tf Agents in Philadelphia. Gibbi Jay is alone authorized by mutual eonsent- .K. B. -
THE PRESIDENT OF THE to use the nam of UM ,
Barron, Robt Morse, John T '
For further particulars ,and Sentinel, Tallahassee will publish once
addressN I BUFFINGTON firm,in liquidation. K. B. GIBBS "
UNITED STATES. ;FOSTER BROWN. Bishop JasC Mastin, James 2 a week until forbid aud send bills to this office.Jacksonville HOUSE
Nov. 9, 1832. Bracket, Fisher R McEmerson bUllmiri November Mth, 1852. t JACKSONVILLE, EAST FDORIDA. G.IL C.W.GIBBS.GROVES.; '. '
Booth,Richard Mitchell. John
i. Millard Fillmore, President Boothe Wm Jackson McAaaee, D T1UE'. PROPRIETOR.- of this well knownHouse Mayport Milla, or 23, 182. oct2 ty. .

Cffted States of REMOVAL. C. Me Loud, Norman .L is to to his old
pleased
d f & America, in pur. NOTC. announce
Conners Edmund 2 Moore,J as S ALL, persons to the under- patrons and those visiting the "Sunny South"for For I Sale, / ..7t; '

nance of the provisions of the act of Con- ,STOOPT & i1ouiiit: would inform their Carter Isaac O. either by note or open account are health or pleasure thatt, TURPENTINE PLANTAT1OZ; ,
son -
Geor
Francis
ptss, entitled; An act in relation to the .?. customers and the public that they have Carter Crochet Herman N X O'Conner? *1' Ldmond Pe respectfully same, requested creditors to come are with forward justice and settlethe His House has undergone a thorough renovation A raining 114: seres of as excellent a qnalit; <-': ,, '
removed thei Stock of Goods to the new building a my prengtheir as in East Florida for.the above bosinea .
any *-*
Uads oU in the Greenpburg, late St. He- Cbipman Isaiah L P. claims me. and I expect 0
of the Perkins ;, again remDDer There ia on the place, s> comfortable dwelling- 0. :.
One Door East Store of Ambler & D.
len Land District, in the State of Louisiana, Egea Plumer,,J DcnjaminDa"is W tion fur seric, mediciell.. Ie. M. D. and has been well fittad up id suit the most fastidious. house Negro quarters new, &c. 80.000 Boxa -

ui authorizing the re-survey of certains Hoeg, Uellay Benjamin Pontz, Obit November Ha bavins;most of his Rooll1lFUlLlSHE already in use, Msid a considerable quantity of '

lands in said district,"'approved August 29th, where they are now opening a large and elegant fowling, W. 2 It. t __ ) WITH NE.WFURNITUREENTIRE. \ trees soiUbto for Mill logs,with a Urge quantity, .'', '

I&C, and of the acts of Congress author- assortment of Daniel, B F Ross Robinson Alphonse Wm Agency for Scot.& Co's The Proprietor has also secured the services ofa Moneneb Lightwood.and.Six The Mn above. creeks lands and p.r,from,between 4 to&. 7+ .'

mf the sale of the Public Lands, do hereby NEW GOODS, Dregors Simeon Rout Frank 2 lady of long standing and reputation as a miles of the Town of JacksonviD. .- ;
Dinnah has
Dardis It undersigned been duly by JHL :
declare and make known, that a public pale Carefully selected to suit the market and corn- F. Roberts, ThosG 2 THE ARD bcorr, Esq., to authorize House-Keeper. Ha will spare jatf pains to makethis The subscriber wishing to sell from his JnabiPity .
House oC the
one best in Florida and hopesby to attend to the buainaa For .
win be held at the Land Office at GEEEKSmc prising Fletcher. Joseph S. receipt for subscriptions the British Review terms &
t hoUse and his
keeping a goOd J t'Dg personal to HENRTD-HOLLANlCj
in the State of LOCISUNA, commen- A COMPLETE TOCE OF- Floyd, John fiwehetj,, George consisting of attention to business, to j merit sad receive the JacksonYille.E.F., NoY.1S.1851. ...f-.._ ,.

cugon: Monday, the eleventh Jay of April fancy and Family Groceries; Foster Calvin G. Smith Shelton, Frank Asa D The London Quarterly Review, patronage of the publio. JThe: Wilmiagtoa flendd copy lawti]an4 '. ; :: ..

rut for the sale o' the unappropriated and 'revisions, Corn, Hay, and Floor Gee W 4 Sanders Joe The Edinburg Revtnc, He respectfully solicits doll from hu f4sndsand send bill to this,otSee.
Genn Me North British Review Travellers generally. :, __ : _' t. }
noat tracts of Public Land situated withiniletwiis Fancy and Staple Dry Goods; Grothe, Wm 2 Smith.John E A large and extensive Livery Stable is. attached !

: of the following named Townships Clothing, Boots, and Shoes; Green, Susan Smith A R & Co The Westminster Review1Blac1cwoods to the House. NEW BUTCHERY. .,. fl.* ::
factional according the Hats and 11. Smith, James AND The Western leaves the House after -
Townships, to Caps; Stage icon nnuE: SCBSCHlBKa takes oceaMon to fir -
.
approved plats of re-survey, to wit: Badlery; Hand, Joseph n 2 Shepley,James T. H 2 Edinburg 3/agorin the arrival of the boat.S4 JL turn his thanks to hi*former,friends forth* '
Hall, Wm '
W tIe bane line and vest the Furniture i TERMS : MUEL BUFFINGTON. very liberal patronage bestowed him when ; 'r,
F
of of principal ; Julia Turner Richard
higgins For any one of the four Reviews, |3 0 per ana Pnorzurrda., previously engaged m the Butchering Bvsinees. -
meridian. Crockery, Glass and Earthenware; links Elisha R Travers, Poledore For any two, do. 5 23 1851 (News fim He also takes tko opportunity to state.thvrt' ;
September eupy )
Hutchins Martial Thomas, Ryall B ; ,
Township two, of range one. Hardware and Cutlery; For any three, do. 7 00 said :
John E He will recommence FoSineSS Ct the _
Fractional township three, of range three. Hollow Ware; Hannah A Tucker For all four of the Revews. 8 00 Cow Hides,'Deer, Sheep, Otterand : : .
harrison; W D Tucker WilloughbyE Jacksonville Market, ,
For Magazine, 3 Coon ,: ? "
fractional township two of five.Satliift'te Wooden Ware James Ulckwood's ( J Skins ,
range ; Hoyt, Stephen S Tomb 2 ..
For three Reviews 9 from this date;)and he again lespeeWaljy aolieit* e *,
base line, and east oftJ&e principal Tin Ware; Herby, A E V.Ilainmons. four 10 00 Wool Tallow Ae., and all .
For Blackwood and Reviews BEES-WAX of this kind the patronage of his former customers and tfc : *\: .
Van Tassel P
purchased
. meridian. Cordage; James PAYMENTS TO BE SIADB. it ALT CASES IN ADVAK public, pledging ,himself that he Wi3-nse every ,
market cash will[ be
the
P F L 2 for which highest prices .
\erct
G I
,
Fractional township eight of range Stationery; Hagin Hendricks.Elizabeth W. CLUBBING.Faur paid. or leather given exchange, by effort to accommodate and'cleaM. and to fomUh; *-':* -

Townships one, two, three, and four, ic.nd Drugs and Medicines; Henderson Thomas Williams, D 0. Mrs copies of any or all of the above workswl JOHN 1'. BAUM; aehoicesrticleotB.ef.He : "

facwual township eight of range two. Paints and OilS; Hogans,)11 \Veedon. Geo be sent to one address on payment of the reg- No. 2S6 King Street, Charleston S.C. will "II. the old price-' cents- pe ; d
for three-the
Townships one, two three, four, and six, Liquors, &c. &c. J. Walker. Wiley ur subscriptIon. COLUMBUS fourth DRCV copy beinlgrtis. sept25. pound C.;, ,
a' factional of Jordan, 11 D Y- stUUSCJUJitttt now openin- He aba expects in a few days to be (nxu&erug t 111
township eight, range Which they offer CHEAP FOR CASH. Being convinced : Jones WRS Yale, J Florida Republican Office, fiVJU A SheepandflogsWhen &e will forouAi to tIH .'. '
A General assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries -
tut that the only for a merchant to sell April 8-tf Jacksonville. .. .
way JS York, John Drugs Faints Oils, &e.- which Market good Pork and Mutton 'oO ..' -si X -e'.
TO'1lFihip one. two, three, and four, of Goods cheap is to adopt the cash system, they Johsn.,Alred NEW BAKERY. be, enumerated, in part- among The subscriber baa secured si partner What r ,-4 :_

acjefour.Townships. will hereafter sell for CASH OLY. Trusting thatan Persons applying for letters in the above list may Osoaburgs Calicoes "c. well experienced in the basjues*,. fo famish Cat ,""r ,
examination of our merchandize and priceswill Bread Pies and Cakes. tie, and who wQl furriuh them as low as they' : '-
two three fonr, five six will they arc advcrti.d.o Blankets Negro Cloths ,
one, ,
convince our customers that the cash systemis 8Y toffijgg '
MAltK co-partnership heretofore existing be Muslims, can be had, and thus enable as to offer at the Joc;
Ginghams an
Rren, and fractional townships eight, more for their benefit than our own, we invite thcm. THE Myers and Coopman in the conduct Flannels Sheeting, and Shirting old reasonable rates. ,, f ; ,
] cdwne of range five. : them to call on us.MOODY lov.12-3t of the business, having been Linens, Satineta &c., JOHN D. McIflNLEY foe ..;;. -i

TOI11hips'one, two, three, four five, six, & BOULTER. TO TILE GKlTLEllES. the Baking to"make known to dslved i| Cambric Jackonets, Swiss and dotted JdHN R McKINLEY& BENJ.. MILLS.-.- ,.' "

I id: even, of six. October 14th, 1S52. 3m YOUR attention is solicited to my stock oC that he will hereafter carry oa said business singly. Muslin, NovemberIS-lm 1'
range
have just received 10,0( I&ana lie has made fall preprtiol to supply the tow Hosiery Handkerchiefs, &0. _. i4
three four five -
Townships one, two, lch are
School Notice. Cheroots (genuine, and no and other excellent BREAD, Ready-made Clothing Notie j : _, ,:. ".!.
*sJ een, of range seven. I Subscriber will open an Evening : offered at lower price than you can imagine; call PIES and CAKKS, which he i* now delivering We are also receiving a general assortment of i MONTHS after datE I win present nyjf .,;;. ,

Townships one two three, four, five, and THE on the first Monday of September soon or you will regret it. PAYNE.CLICH regularly at the houses of customers. .Groceries, such as- SIX and vouchers;' Sis AdirflnUtfitor of, ,. :" '; -" -
I tnt,of f range eight. ber next for Gentlemen. The elastics will meet JOHN M. He takes this opportunity of expresing h flour Pork. Cheese the estate of CALVIN READ deeeastd to tb*jO" ;: t
I two three four five six from Monday Wednesday, inclusive, of each thanks for the liberal evidences of encouragement Tobacco Coffee-* few bags of Java Hon. Judge Probate of Dun County tbr"-
Townships one : _
which he already received,and,while respectfully Loafand Brown,
I ul week. Rooms open from half past 7 to 11 o'clock. HOUSE ha Sugar, final settlement of said estate j and also apply fat -
leren, of range nine. asking a continuance of th same, feel warranted Candles, SUap, Starch ft*. letters dismissory ,.
Townships one, two, and three, of range TEKMS. in claiming for the which he ofer Crackers of every description, V. w.-D tili _
1tI, Per Quarter of eleven weeks for any branchesin : : havg *. *, opened |MtalI.*'M M 5 qualities unsurpassed in all the elntal whch go Vinegar, Cider and WJute Vine.In dmr. Estate of C. Read. -,
the English and Mathematical Courses, ten House, would resecu.ii to make the staff of life palatble. cure, ad Paints &e.: Jacksonville,June 17th 18B2.. 6m
townships one, two, three, four, sir, andof dollars. Including the Scientific Course twelve licit the patronage of the public i here wholesome. llewilicontinue use best flout White Lead, Lamp and Linseed OIL --: .-- t- _

"TO and fractional township eight, dollars. are at this time some fire to six rooms unoccupied, which, with personal experience i the art of Baking Also Lead Shot and Powder. Brought to Jail, i' ,

eleven. Lights and Fuel furnished by the Principal. .everalof the same with fire places.. The lo'l ,justifies Wm in promising h customersgood Also Stationery Cap and Letter paper the tenth" of Maya Negro DiQ met '',. '. .);
Books &c., extra. Is within one hundred and fifty yards ofth.ezer of all kinds, ON "
,Townships one two three, four, five Stationery Fancy Soap ASIII GTO.-l. Says he belongs t* <", _
,
Opportunities for the formation of, and Office and wharves. The undersigned is Agentfor Tickets furnished, and families any where with Blank Books BENJAMIN SINGLETON of Lowndos eoui .;!" '

I rf 11 fc io4 seven and fractional township nine, cues 111, a Debating Societykwillbeaffo4.. Gen.Scott's four horse Coach and two horse in the limit of the town supplied at an early hour : Cologne and other extracts, t v, Ga.-abdnt twenty years of age, dark eo1'' :, :,

: t'G.elra. Hack MailDes both leaving for Ocala semi-week every day. -'"-* cents per loaf. i And a General Assortment of Fancy' : plexion, five feet four inches Jngb. Says he hat -. -i .:; .

Townships one, two, anl three, fractional Principal of Jacksonville :Male and Female Clas- Iv. particulars apply at the offices ol r HENRY COOFMAN.27 Goods. I been runaway t"a woetl. ,,. : .
F ajhp four five and fractional sinai institate. August 19-tf the Jacksonville Itepublican and News. may, t For sale oa low terms, by M. n. I'.n.EEzE: e ; _.
| township : "
JAMES B ASKEW.
J. LlVINGSTO ,Ag $, .
East _
Sailor FU. : 3,
l Columbia county, :
iIbi nine of thirteen. 8 1852. J Jacksonville Fla. ''If ,_ ;:e \
range Astonishing Intelligence Pat.January tt Tin Copper and Sheet Iron At Finnegaa's old.Stand May20-tf
,
fictional townships one three, four, and Sept. 23-tI (NewS opy.) -. .
Cash --
The
I*,township eight, and fractional townshipe System Adopted Brandy Wine &c. 'VOlKlt.Te WEEKS after date; 1. wiB apply *. "* ,: *,'
-
to SIX
perforB" ClociaEc c
be fourteen. at the GROCERY k PROVISION STORE k Co' BIIANDY. nndersigned Watches, Jewelry, Judge of Aobrnte C- bzmbi <- "*o' c.
Otard. Dupur Ire"
FaCional of the Subscriber in the city of OLD WlNE-ft Bee article. 'l tfe all of Tin, Copper and Sheet cC. county for letters of administration on the a&a&t :5." '
andOftn HERR Y Tl (
townships cerea, eight, Jacksonville!! very superior do. B Work, such .the manufacture of light D. OAK of George \V.Stewart d.eeased l of the aai4 ': -J. ,
MADEIRA do. .do. and repairin T
e fifteen. J II. Culinary making county.CH.taLES STEW A.C.T, : : (
received and opened my large OLD PORT JUICE. Utn itoo Northwould -rffer,
Flltti na'_ _Jnwn 00__ekin'$ _nins._-. 01__ _n.n'e_' 611S. ___- HAVING Stock of Goods selected with PRIME HOLLAND GIN. Tin Gutters and Zinc and Houe Tin of work- i AVINGjuSLTetUrned inform the from public the that he .has -Alligator.E.!1a.. October 16Lh.18 ..< ., -' *&?"&* "<
and respectfully
S. i reference to the demands of this Market. of of the best lug Tin ell Oct 21. ,
express The above were purchased one to his business,'which will be brought out a splendid assortment or :- -- :
t ***which have teen *ndball be se- I take pleasure in informing the citizens of this houses in New Yorl an warranted supenor. executed appert&ining with promptness and GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES; BBLS. MESS PORK 7'

Jw4 designated for the State, under j place ready and for sale surrounding at remarkably country low that rates they for are CASH now July% se JOHN I.PAYNE. cci- Orders for articles, or delpt.. for the Fine Gold Je3relry of every description; 5 I bW. Spirits Turpentine; .-" ".,.,"." .,. f;

*entitled- A n act to aid the State of only AD enumeration of the multitudinous arti- BBLS. NEW BUCKWHEAT.. country.will be prDmptl attended L. uoGAlcrH to. Gold and Silver Guard, Fob SPECTACLES,-and Vest Chailll. Just eel ed and louale by;.--u -3t'"C. t'e
W Ii CO.
5 GOLD AND SILVER ; no"f2 t A U.4'o ,
a in draining the swamp lands del with whisii ray Store it supplied it deemed 10 Boxes Cheese. of aU kncs. -
names 11 to that I han 1 Dos. Pine do. May 6-tI BayJacknr. SIL VElt ARE-a-auch u Spoons :
approved March 2d, JU9. and W aDDtceuary a say every- Apple & Gold and Silver Pencils; To the Ladit1.it ,
of > Butter Knives, 0. :
tu4led.&nactto ena.blehe Stale' of j tDm Family(save IlplieL ry goods) demed R.in T.the TIT w7 S.JathaonYille I 1 Cask Cask London Scotch Ale.l orter. i NABAT.J1 HOUSE. the ,GOLD PENS; ,. fflHF.attention of Ladies is respectfully soGd-; : :" .' ,

and other Slates *Q reclaim, the F1a.. Feb; 19. 182.tf.S 10 Sacks Liverpool Salt. bayIng' floughton-lead KnIveS Razors Scissors Shears &o. a splendid JL ted to my stock of Fancy Surfonerv.whidk '
;
spI lands within .their limits," ap- Just landing from Brig Horace Greeley, and foJ .; above house. situated OD anti lot oC Ladie Fans Combs hiuahes.&e... I embraces pat variety of beautiful note psper.' : 1i' ;. :,
nod F. WAVER & street, between Aberrn Dytou- PERFUMERY. &c.; I plain and emboaee4; J edged Bat) 1t'JeUec ,, .< .
sate
&ptember28th, I860;also,all laoae DC WEEKS after date I will apply to the by [ ] ofyears,respectfully !! lJJar IMi4 alarJe t !" t : -
far which the patents bare keen issued lIon. the) Judge of Probate for Columbia streets for a Savannah term and the ior" CIGAR CASRSFOR T.MONAIESisid Sortlnent of vising card,W Call sad **-" : ,:''+ t-- :
the estate (VfcAnetber SclenUfle Wonder-Ixi'on. citizens of pbl'geur1. other articles too numerous to mc.tion i : -
1 administration oa if
WUlor for the 1etten many amine 1" w l11lOme'hiDf.iee. ,
by of Fat late or aid county DnPmcs.-I. on the most reasu..eDle ( [ 1 J.oc'2S .
shall transient .
lament of the sale, or which WILLIAM H.1'UTCli. TONS IXentne IMid. o regular and by strict attention to oJ-w t.tcbel and J e1l'e1ry repaired a'short no- Draftrjst. 'j .
'STe been acted by ,that I Juice, prepared from the terms, and pledges hl. warv'p.ntedi' -- J." -I
finally upon Alligator.. Sept. ,. aadtt the provisions of the act of 29tbJilW2 POTTKB STOMACH or TOT"<)x ofBaron busnea to merit snake the Marshall House pubc- aou01nill.j 1L UU Pekin Tea Company,WarefiakWt, > : 1

',, herein before mentioned, toT To Druggists LIEBEG, the great physiological Chem- ills table will be with'e" 76 and Tt Paltom a*., Wow Tewfc. i; ; I ;
kyVS.. aplie :
jet, UOUGUTON. M.'D.Philadel.phis. CLAMS w'I :.8. ;
Hote. ,
.YEB.DBUGGIST '
'tthlands appropriated by law for .ApotAec;, Perfumer Confectioners, Patent \ This I truly a wonderful remedy for IN- er luxury can be WILLIAM,1011'NSON.-. JOHN ",A.. ..! .THB P SShaS532 *iJ w, .i: : '

!a*of schools, military and other purpo- JIeditine factorS, and Dealers in. lGESTJO. DYSPEPSIA, JA UNDWE, aug 6 ,Imo : NO'--U. Br.Uhtan _tnet lavoanab, 0. ,;?L ,been maintained biIi atIon: -44. ", t

,t fi Q ee excluded from the tali. Toilet and Fancy .Artid LVER COlIPUINT CONSTIPATION Oil, Tallow, Grease, and Ohio OFFERS for sale,every article in hi for always Teas of the most cte1 aiOM eIa8no&er ; randfragraney. )

U*<&rin of the aborementioned lands 1 I rimE PRACTICAL ADViSER Dr.C.mpeoclium eug aer KATZ'I own : Mineral Paint. .,line of business besides and at pr whi." bn bt.. .: 1

r lit eoomenced on the day appointed, < .1., or over One Hundred Recipu Pe for, JEo -.b1"ATR'1 Pamphet 011 containing. ,Scientific evidenee -, 300 Barrels Machinery. Oil, price 7 cent Spirit Delreth'Gas Warranted Gas LampsCamphine Fresh Garden, Instance ,given satisfactipa.The if Teas they are do waz-aot' e"., t
thecaries. omen ga.llon.,5oogaUoese lie M&UMd
j*proceed in the order in which they I the 1110 of Dtsrt1 A2 ledicine Factors and of its Agents. gratis.3e.theMvertisement. per 73centsincazklofV- Secd ranted.to pure lit &Dt\they nil I an represented. The.7. n,'*, iIOld

aTjetijied with all eonvenient despatch ConCeetio Toilet. and Faney Articl. Edited byl sp2-Iy I ,Segara,..&0.' prove tbia c.as are done dp bt 14 D 14.JPif "-', i
flk0 Dealers n of the ..I ambtted Paint 55 eta gal. AIwho1e1aieandTht bl 1& eoarseienLr-- itf'Qr '' ,
L, shall bare been offered and llouoc EvasxrT Gradu.te aDd Member i 200 o p I lb..:anA 1 1b. ages kiDC ,
of New.York.AlaoTbe New Grocery and Provision do N. B,- Spirit m nt'ae'nred.and always fresh. to han s ** d i
t\QI merchants
-, dosed ; but the sale shall not Collage of Pb.an iD the city Stor G.O mOD d e emmVT '\q.li.or.." ,
** of ProfOlllOf Wil- SUBSCRIBERS casks of sues. and far sale as low octJa1 t < Sr
celebrated Recipe having 111 nona gAsaagar with .man ifetw : '<
Pea '
than woo !
longer two weeks nE various kinds and >.
barrels Northern lIIartet. at baY &
cent pound,
at one per Bay St., occupied by Tanen' Oil
f tSlry of any of the lands will be ad- that lard will for making wash better good and Soap jvkker without labor 1 Ahwp &Hours on, would former of pur. 3, fm 3 e.nt pr r1 MPAftNK-Of the Afore Brand Jast rebf 1IV"1a1'Weert.aia Tea;which Teas ,.1 ., '..: ;: : \

btil after the expiration of the two than any other Soap ever maanCactared.' This 'chasers to their large and general *ssortn ent otGe !I 1 gallons. 'r ,va-Wet celndandforale : there II .'larg6 vorletyare 40HIa Uan&, "
alone II worth_ ft7 tl..the piles oC the book to &c.& .- msistins i part, okindIsndqUaliUsf 3 t : nov1 WAYEa&Co.- inapt:: The inside 11 f1IIW.the mooed m' '* jjjbfff
q. wholesale agent fortho PTO" r gallon. : O TS: I. teproot paperand the t4 $ :n4 ,
4er Eului": bushels'11ea7 Whla' J .
ube &DyfamUT.
? my band at the city of \V heavy bearings. ,
.UU SHrt"aDd csnsd Flout ,Fnlton Market Beet' Batter. 1 ton.tow TUO tO Ors aaIe by.JA4FASHANBAM..; i ,
Uiiite4. barrels oreaskof "
fourth 4ay of November, Anno JL W. JjANUOU I Corn. Mess Pork. **rd. and eo mher. i _ar.- ". -r. lale .t Ihf Nfw ..atl.iieW ao i -
: thousand eight hundred and fluI 100 Nassau-street N. Y. i Rice Pickled Shad, ,ChaewMackereL $ et'Cu ,JaDe lir: -" J -- the.Igent, d 'iO: rL"-M see1 'J ";: '

om" enclosed Price 6 tD' 'lstu..io-1rt.m..t.. Saynn_ . ..
SLamII'
senti; Po p Notice. :
e.15O r *- "
.which will Choice'Hants. ,,1'tons Paint b b1a'. 'F.u I. .A/ttf : A ssl .
for
; "MILLARD m.xMORE., to that amount wU1 paT on.eoj7 Statu.8t&LIoDcrI. Sides ftShoaUers.gtarch. ., -the lowest market priori froIa date dawlt 'to the .. -: :
fttp 1M Bacon <
rtaidut: be sent free w syp&rt of $ ,Mzthjseri Os4 warranted nut to chill in'. thSL StlWEEKS & far Cot b. eoUDty for 1x wsek after aW I will q&. -. _
c., ; .n.9i
r.. JOHN WILSON BooueucrI, Newspaper Aleuts the work PowdenShot.. WD i coldest weather.abovid and cc by. tbcteo isi i Jetted of dinILIdZtiQU on the Estate. .all"&ora. S J adgi of Ptbato'Gf CO1mbi&CSSZf i8i, -.,", vrsws
iTq et
ZO
enclosing a cash remltt&DOeili 'Cde. 1etkrl of A41DiDiaUat1ou 011h..estate ;'
.l
1oser of_the General Land Office. 'a_large 4iIeoDD' oil. ..pril15F. .Lead.Paints, Olli, Sap -,Wc'- they Segars.willulIlowPo&CLSH. Jiofled'sInt OU.-equM, '"j e Uiae&',' o t .itweLdeceased.WILI4IAM LED W4RDS ,late or Col1UDbia OHN CfttSM I"-1' s-' -. !
.t -
thaniorwblto.- Dot 1 : .i-5
,
to lJi MmON CLAIMANTS: .'Vaveri GO.- hsving Iea' e J sin constantly recekl g'I&5 aswiUesOt the ,Wanted ,--- f- ;!. tt* ., ft. <1 ,;
' tock goods Fehd 8ec _. -
MerchantS and '
t_ fet 1OnanUtle&tothesjgbtofprs. CJImlIatu. 411'.nrant1JI. T.1 o flatter themselves tt thy- at ." my 2 JoU B OR THREE Shoe Makeri. for which; ot0 ;&tr-- .
; aly oh SUPEIUOR.1
VERY
10 Awn .i i a pt a C 13. F POND: &wages wilt 1i-. "
WiDe5 me -
: lit yof B e tract of land to bealetrithia Dealers I Groees Pro"lIioD& Choioe I: L ttfbSeSup1B JfJk '' -iTb&isrcr- ee'i.. ae'he"J1nIa d F I :
lor and SegarsPaLsLa.QUO DiUP,&O. s. Jet p fe M Water it., (under the PeArl d.l I ec 1 U)N ., T
Liquors .C. ,Alligator nor# **
WAV
th. townships and I I1Q'nehips for CASH oaJ.f.JIO"18 -Nor. ;TauI18- tn 1
Jacksonville, .18i18.
is r
,bon enumerated, JJa1-8 Lrut; & -- J'

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THE'LOIUb.UEIJUlll..ICAN ..",.. ..KU"'* u Act JL\'qgn..I'\ JeU:. .\WWfEil'S .DIG1TOAKYENTIREAYOKK : : 'w2T JJ:.. $,11N1/N.
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I 185t. ty-s.1mcxn1'O)1.'D' "STREET": : Fletcher :1 y -- THE MOST :ERT4lN4NDRAF '
PEA L
rn'uDt.niE1f tVtmfTanusDA.Y.AT for. tbe jutemDintrict
,Olee tl>. DttrodU't FJ/JC \' York J'l1i'cc Stores and their S .William E.'Eennansh REMEDY FOR (THE'CURZ.Ol' TEGBEHT
Of1Sy1c1IUta..Another \ : '' ,
11 ffi JaClk>.itf IU*, buia 4 CO."tTE. P'by iiE ,>UflRmoED, coutentidcstrOred. Tce11abctre; words : ,. .-' ,

fS I ,'CO'LUMBUS DREW.- ,. Scientifio,OtJREFORTSPEPSIA Wonder: !: In One Vo ., Crown Quarto5 ofl4a2 F .ges' ", UICII'S 'SA'V&S of d'tlerentmtlsers"AOAIffltELEVCJV consumed Continues ISAft wr.r..AiIos'1torEL to give lie prompt"i:15it.vuu"YZ'attention to the arrangement CHRONIC ARRHCEA! ffDYSENTERY

[ Three; payable OREAT {QContilnin j THREE TIMES tbe ra lter fo.n4Iap.* SAFES 1l'e- by R icb& and prosecution of claims before Con- ,ISO
made
TKR.MS.- Dollars annum, their contents! The
B per in thu : with
Jl compiled eouDlIn .the.}
;
olboc Eogluh. DicUooary out iU contents gt" or.any. .0. *eeut1Ye' Depaitments.
and brought .
T | u" on ordering the Paper., rUBUtHED IT Co.defied the flames them .. V.am; *a\icing fiora tbe Revolutionary,,Florida "

Subscriptions not paid before expiration 'Masa. ,without a math of Jiro.,upon or Mttrictn wata; |nralid Revolutionary,Half- .
,
Jfl Springfield
l J 1 the G. & C. Merriam, ,
: HOUCHTON'S TETTER. ,
:
fthe $4. DR. J.S. > IM1J. GILBEirPS pay, or WMows Pensions;, Naval or A.rmy; VVhitSh bas ever been presented to the public
J : | year aw charged ji teld.,all BeolutHtrt. ,.; Y. 11 I
IN'J'J.ETtRKR"J.'iDl'Ur.I.n N. Bounty Land or Scrip ,tinder law of Feb. '
Advertisements will b inserted at tho following THE FJRE h' NEW Vans, Dec.20, IS)1; .', IS-I;,or August 10,l43; Arrearages of Pay and stands upon j its,own. merits and needs; 'nd -

: rtes. : One Dollar per square (of twelve line) for TBSTIMOKXAIiS.Etymological Messes. : STKAUI} and Ms vis, successors to C. Vileage due reurnZngt"ohmntcerzl Cl&ims for puffing. .It HIS KOT.rAixED TO ,m.

ae unit, and Seventy-Five.Cents for every subsoil II part ,urpauel any thiny Oat r,1CH"; Co., 1\0.H6Wa er t'ett- omk.- Horses lost and other Property destroyed ; Ex- IN A SIXCtEINSTANCI.nnillS .:

il r {j;,IP i q tent insertion. To ycoily! Advertisers a liberal Jua been done for the English Language" SIR Business, when, No.tbe 216 fire, Pearl was consuming Street, I was my'absent paceO;in peo Incurred and received by Volunteers"into'service before; Waggoo-mas-being mastered Valuable preparation U-eonm&um ed

t "HI discount will bo made. All transient Advertis llensslaer County, testing a Jew cleaning anna. ter and.-Teamster/ claims; Marines',sailors', H from several medicinal roots VOwing(A. the ,.
Wild of Florida.; It is
: '
Ptnr.y aud
I MIDt.(eept by persons nimng a accountwith ratus in connection with my Excelsior nnla I Wit Thraber fearful It, ,&e.Having, io all the forms neccsjaryTor a proper Vegetable,and designed KsreCUtiT for W1IOLLr the C1Ila
to did not read iuo,.vuuuii
the office must be paid for publication. and of the shove disease.The Inventor
t r ) previous too late to save my books which were placed presentation of claims, together with the rules and PronrU

,,, t I ? i in was one of yonr safei, purchased from ]/t. -J/.irrin and regulation' governing: the 'fliSerent Departments etor Medicrno.lafact is fully convinced the that It is all invaluabk
test ,that,he It
,1!lj Persons at a distance ean govern their remit c7iitnct some years *t0.; My fears weie not allayed when he is prepared undertake all claims, o! in tbe town in which he has riven
the it.
the rejdes.and the rates I found it necessary upon my return to apply what kind soever, that m-y le'juire the services '
t.: v tinecs for'advci'tiding,by following : Water 40 hours before I was enabled to fan Agency at toil pTa<*e. 'i Jt neee with which: it has met warraat.

t Ole ''l\af(tud re lines) published x months Croton commence operations; after which it required" 51 Particular Rttcniion! given ,to tho proper settle' him io> Tioir that it is a POSITIVECURE';
He hw therefore
to the
S-NI( 00 to raise the Salamander mentoQnartermasters5aceoubtg. come determination to
I' tor THE TRUEDIGESTIVE' hours of JaIlOr and application it within the reach of
plac all
1 its ashy bed. Youmay judge of my Charges moderate; and regulated by tbe amount knowing how ma.ny .
from
Two for.fcix moatln, :0 tcholar knows its value. suffer with this
squares FLUID Every nrynnplGuant
aor- and often
i dining this delay, and my agreeable claimed and the extent of services required., daD-
utber Easiness Card*, an. 10 anxiety of gerous Disease, particularly in the V
Legal and per 0 a Souther
t : upon opening the safe in the presence All communications,to,.insure. insertion must and"
prim western States..
.Notices to debtors and creditor1", 7 tflApplication on GASTRIC JUICE number gentlemen, to find my books and papers be post paid dec 4-tf In : "Indian". '-
,: -7 to pnrcliasing ioreemt"
my
tcttcrfiofadm'ni'jtration, 5 saved and as legible as they were previous be
t V
I 0 Prepared from RctxEr, or the fou.th srow t II fi The intense beat to which the Safe was \.MERICANAND FOREIGN particular'and look for' jnf signatart on
the >
Notice of Application furIistuissaln.Admini- of Damn LlilBK; ; Lbe' conditionof the label. _
dieeli"oS (
f OF ins O.: aicr a KXCZSUTT soBVEKT be corjecioed mom -
trator, $10 0 the g'cat PiiVMolojrital! Cbrmht.y J S. Hongh A very Taluablowork" .ubjccied.cafl asalhcr.a>e, [not a Salamander] of which an >AGENCY:, I refer the public below to a few certificaUs lee

t For annoanccaicntofcanlidat(!r<'r office, 50 ton. M. I)., Phd.iddphia. Pa. EDCCATEO MIX iron skeleton frame only telll"lined,and not a vestige CITT, WASinjfGTOir ,, tected from among ma.n.received. <,. .from reqet..

t No announcement will be made unlest. the same This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indiges- of a book. They were companions in the UNP 1t the direction of AARON HAIGHT ble citizens. JacksonTilIe. _" _

I t:t sion, 1)S*-lll'l'sia,J Jaundice Liver Complaint, Constipation : same offie, on the second floo-.Iiota which they of New York, and WORTU- POINSETT.,
be accompnuicd with the amount charged. and Dchility curing after NaturesEiWU fell upon craesof eai.them w-re ia the ee\'ar! the INGTON GARRETTSON SNETHEN of New P. S. Planters,should not be without t this valuable

: .. Editorial' notices for pi-hate lenefti be method by .Nature's own agcut, the Gastric ruined saTo ron the alamandeT. Jf their .position Orleans, Attorneys and Oonnsellors of the Supreme Medicine Every family ought to'keep'it

; double the rate of advertising.Religions J II ice. t hid lien reversed, not eren 'the skeleton. Court of the United Mates., on hand. .
charged notices,will {Ilalf a tcasiKioiifnl of Pepsin, infixed in II The most ACCTHUTB and TOUJMA Dictionary would hare remained. My loss orer the in .uraneeis This establishment la formed for the following A- M.: REED\, principal Aent for Jackson.'vifie. .
t t 0 ,Obituarj,and Marriage water. Will; t'i!? "ilor dissolve l"il't pounds ofclmf .oasl of the Language." tl.WO, yetibe ulfS ion of'm1 books in objectss, :

be published gratis. II ii lill'cll linih'tuif, ont uf the itomacli your Salamanuewi.h the representatives Off 1. Fdf practicing law in the Supreme Court of
be paid. Pepsin is the great element, or great Dig. tive IOOCOU and imno-lact documents which could time United
post ,
States
and
t! ;: Gummuuieationllut p incij.t.-. of lh Gaelic i Juice:Iht So'rtnt uJ the !. not be duplicated, has fully eoirptcsaled me. business before Congress., conducting professional_ TESTIMONIALS.
4 ; : ; 1"HltIltr Puiifyitis. Pirteu'ing.amiiSiimiitatn h will afford we great pleasure to exhibit the -
; OP Lfi It 2. For the prosecution and of all claims I '
SRMIXARY 110 is recovery
tfie toniarh anl lnte"li'le merits.
ST. lT- ; A rnl of > oT andezpUnita
: taTe chafed you. in law SEVEN CASES
; new pi or the United CURED vi
equity States
against be
M AMSU X, FLA.T extracted ;'romlhe I'ie -t\Momachtif of the Ox, o9ice No.251 Vend k.rcet, where I ,
fT at prevent fore
.l'. 47' thus forming AN AT.Ifinu.( DIG;:>TI Vii FLIIB, AGES WILL ELAPSE before any other Di> feliall my remain until the new building, No. 216 is against Congress foreign or Governments the executive before Departments. Boards, or of, Six MIIE CREEK.FIJI..Dec.9.I.t.,

,tI |He Re...', of f M* T'mllt iMiori were precisely like the natural (ja tiic Juice in its tionary cf the Language will be required erected. Yours Te'peclftlly, Coiumissionefs. ---- n Mr Poinsett, r"- "-: V -
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fiil; tTLY li and fivi i-hing a rp'rirlfl G.
TLTSf' VY.lhe t chemical loneiN. JOSEPH GILBERT.
rcouuted the
3 'or the settlement SIR t For benefit of the 'afllictefl'ou'
of accounts with the
of this can
tinder the superintendence of lr. 1AtUJ.P. pet fat snbl iltllr Ju,' fl. By the aid pro- in\ito country merchants: and State publish the have
i the unit eviLs of Judigc.slion and1)yspcpia The undersigned Treasury, War Navy'Po3t Office, and following had seven cases of
,, tp Al. I). in l naiulion pain reinovcd.jiist as they would be liy others interested in the preservation of their books Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission Diarrhcea on my plantation this_ season; all of

": The Tr"tt tate" great pleasure and the announcing publicSMuerally healthy >arc toni.i .h. It doing woodcraft Hjspcplies LL. D., of Scotland, author of from fire, [Lilt particulaily those having I:ith's of fines,penalties and forfeitures for alleged which have been cured by the use.0: jour most
h the Pat o. ile Scu'nary; a call at the 116 Water street, valuable medicine
I ronI Auld of tlo.ilil.vl'mal.ttion. ner U Ch. Philosopher. etc. safes in use] to depot violations of the revenue, post 'office, or other called Indian Loxecnst.
tln-ir entire confidence in VI as I curing cases of Air. Gilbert'ssafe
the interior Yours
:New \oik. to see respectfully, JOHN PRICE
h. fir attended \"tIUS lcifine and d>>lC|'ti Prom the < is e.rtcnd which he has
: Tcarher. fUL"lhi,1 s of the The Jxicntific "Its reputation widely with the books undisturbed, 4. For securing letters patent for inventions
-ote''ri" le f'elll l ar to cidcnccil lie on the on del nhivh gc it !ii gia\e.based U in thuliilit not this edition has received essential improvements kindly permitted to remain for the satisfaction from the United States or from foreign Governments STILL_ ANOTRER..
building a
r ant'e \ wi flcc.1 in up curious and rciu.nka.blc.hCICNTlFJC from the able bands it has passed and graiiGcaliou oT the pu'oKo.jCjOiders and procuring land warrants and pensions Black Creek Fla. Feb. 1st
of the
the wants com degree 1832.
,
$cho l to for Bu-glar Proof Vaults, and Vault
p exutJ 8JoItc'I through. { under tho various pension laws of the United
c munity.Their l .:VIII.:('C. Doors, promptly and railbfully executed. States. Dear Sir-Some time since a member of my
object i* to Cftahli; "'1 a permanent ba- STEA1\: MARVIN, 5. For collections family was very ill, indeed,with a Diarrh a. I
L\'Ii- generally, embracing debts
woil'
I ri<. an in!i ituluui in \\hich the ni'mlsoi, the pttpil Baron LIEIFO in his celebrated on Successors to Flick & Co. legacies and inheritances, in the United States resorted to several things usually given for- the

i: -. *lull he Ikonai." e.lleale.I. I'mmpled b v an mat ( hemistry, !JoYsn Aitifii-ial Juice DigestiveI'liiid. herealiIy 1,6 Water street and corner Avenue A and St. and foreign countries. Disease but none of them would aobrd any re-
the wel me of the i'iinggeneration anal.igous >o the (:i.itric may ,
rarne t de ie to promote Mails PVe New Voifc i lief. Your Indian Loxecnst was recommended
L of i5i the II1m'ol's mcmbr.i ol ; 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of
L and !neirn e the ptispcritv o T- Ilre\are.1{ urn Oin nhich various articleof Ownei s of the cicliislveright of Il iehs Patentfor I the States or Territories of the Union and loaning by several persons I made tip my mind to try it,
young and growing State they rely nilh confidence Ihe Momachor the ? l: will be s'ifitiicil. BEST DEFINING DICTIO AnY in the English the wbo'e of the United States and the only moneys. on mortgage of real estate lying i. and am very glad I did so,as one Bottle effecteda
food and Iggs. '
mea
oi'a patiioiie as
the | cll'rOUj. both cureonwill please publish this-
: safes such
I upon IOPlt.t Language. makers of Salamander combining patents therein. as
iliem in the accomplishment and it'yilrd, .jttI in the some manner I
tnixlain
to changed,
an.1 \Vic.oaa'sSa'amander a valuable "Medicine ought to be known '
UicH'ssafc to'
1 enlightened commonly called or 7. For investment of funds in United States
irouttl be in the IIIUI'1n ginmriili.
;. (. ft)nolilu a pnrpove us tlirtf/ : with Rich's the public. Spread it far and near in order that
ares Improvement I
; ..3- has dcinoii>tmied beyond doubt Dr. COMBE, in hid i.iln.iljle wiiiiugs on the t&cJL and State stocks and loans collection of the dividends -
Lxpcrience I the afflicted find relief. Yours &e
.
the neccsgity of incicasing the rates of tuiiun. i ** l'Iiyi.ilogy of Digestion," observes that a o'eb.5, 1532.41'n.' thereon, and, generally for the transactionof may ELIJAH BLIfCH.
t iI of Gastric Juice all business pertaining to a law, loan andbanking
The exceedingly low r-itcso'lhe past jl'OI; diminution of the due quantity ACCCHA.TB and EELIABLE in giring a just SALE JiV FLORIDA. To Dr E Poinsett.
FOR
I H of LAND
; t-uflficieitt fund to meet the curTent isa prominent and all-piciailing cause Dys- agency.
41 failed to produce of the School T he TrnteeJ have, pejisi.i. a!id he state" that a distinguished pro- exhibition of the Language. 11D 1' f* J> Acre, situated on the head waters All communications addressed, postpaid, to JACKSON VILLEE.F.,August loth, 1851.
*: expenses adopt the following permanent fc- -oror inciliciue, in l.olI.lon.ThQ was seveelyaflhieicl ,,.x9J of Halifax river, Orange county, Messrs. Palmer & Snelhen. American and For- .

tlrefure.rate determined wtiith they t cannot be \\iih this complaint finding everything East Florida, -11 miles south of St. Augustine eign Agency, city of Wasb'ngton, will receive Dear Sir: This will inform you that one bottleof

t -N deemed exoiliilaot by anyone, arIlibfe.1' 'i give the else lo fail, had rc'coui.-e lo the (.a-u'ie'.Iuice, oh- bounded on the North by lands of J. .1. Bnlow prompt and faithful attention. your medicine, called INDIA LOXECUST, baa
4 iL moment' reflect ioa. t.iiiicl PKMII the t'tomach' of living animaliwhit-b 1tcZ44 deceased and on the south by lands.now or lately VALUER & SSCTHEX, permanently cured two of my negroes of a severe
4. matter a OP TUITION: 1'iorcij njti')"'flclif nwrrrs.//."' the property of the Marquis do Fer eaUlI. The Office Xo.3 Carroll Place, Capitollhll.JulyS. attack of Dysentery. I consider it an excellent

'it RATKS Dr. ( .r\II 411. author <>f the fimoo works on greater jortion of said lands are cohered with a lawtl.: medicine for this complaint and take gnat pleasure

I il (r.\Am.t l! ADVANCE)-rEii SESSION or FIEMOM Vegetable Ijiet l ," ays : *.It i is a remarkable growth of Live Oak and _Cedar, and are well ------ in recommending it to tbe pnblio

'll s f.ut in [,ln, .iologv, thai he Mom:ichs of animals, adapted: to cultivation of Sugar Cane ana tne | Bountv Land and General Agency, Respectfully yours,
( cor. i lo the fluid the TilE MOST COMPLETE ACCURATE, s.D.: FERA.. DEZ.
s For Spclliug;' Reading.Vriting, Primary niaceiatcd ii wati-r, impait' prop" Upland portion to that of Long staple Cotton. m ----
grapny.nnd 1'rimHry Arithmetic, $s 0 crty of di!!t'Uing arion< arlielcs of food and of AND RELIABLE. DICTIONARY OF THE Lying on a navigable stream for flat boats of Washington, D. C. To Mr.E.Poinsett.

Arithmetic, tngthh Gram- eBtiting a kind of artificial d'gestion; of them in LANGUAGE. three feet d aft of water, these landa are conveniently -ETOSKPH T. WALKER will give prompt "THERE IS NO F.J.1LLV IT."
jt FtrGtgrllhy. Hi"t ry, 12 0 no wise different from the natural digestive pro situated for forwarding produce.For 5 JP and efficient attention to the BOUXTY

; For Jr.Ancient l.tor. Ancient Glo rpby. ee s." 9 M terms apply to C. DREW, LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged St. John's Beach,F1 .., Feb.5th,1SSL
Chemistry. JlloIhy.) .Natural COC'all on the ,\ ent. and get a (cripti\c S At this Office-or to in the FLORIDA WAR, or ia either of the INDIAN
Dear Sir used
; Le Geometry circular giving a large amount of scientific U. Stales -Havinjj your most Tamable
* History, First 'n gratis C. W. DOWNING,Tallahasw WAES in which the have been engaged, Medicine called Indian Lcxecost with
p Anatomy and I'hyciology, 20 0 evidencesimilar to the al>"'\"e, together with\ \ August 19-tf or the War with Great Britain of 13J2;-to complete
:i from all of the 4 success in my family, 1 feel it a dujy I owe to you
For higher branches of Mftlhcmutic'I Logic, reports of remarkable cures parts claims on the U.Statea for Mrt'TAur SERVICES. inform
..
and tbe public to yon that myself two
,E Rhetoric Moral and JnlelItual1hioofv. 00 United Mates. Union Agricultural Warehouse SUPPLIES,TENSION'S LOST ProCRTT, &C., and to children have been cared of a severe Diarrhoea

I Latin. and Greek Languages, 2 00Contingent AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER. any description of business requiring an Agent or with it,when nothiug else would give us relief.-.
A'XD
} -' xlra Dr. Iloughto 's l'cp!in has produced the mo't Attorney at Washington. For procuring LandWarrants ; Publish this if please. Yours,
00 .V)) you respccttuUv.,
his will be :. In other
( expenses marvellous effects, in curing jeas of Debility, SEED STORE charge $ cases CHA3. BROWN.
; There wiH be a public examination at the close Duaciation. N'eivous Decline and Dyspeptic.'o 1slIlUntion. Xo. 23 FVLTO ..5TREET, UEWTOIIK.fH the charge will be proportioned to the nature and To Dr E Poinsett.
scssiorfattendance on which obligatory to gin the dctaldof difBcutiy of the case.
c (Ube 'iI.e It is impossible
upon all the students, unless requcilt in the limits of this udvei'ti"einent; but authenticated And thirty other members of the United States UE undersigned solicit the attention of all He will also\ act in connection with Agents or JACKSONVILLE, May 6th, 1851.
.4 IJ to the tAntrary 0 receii ed from their pa.I eases ccrtifirates have been given of more Senate. jfi. purchasers of Implements for the Farm or Attorneys in Florida, who may be employed in: -

*.,", r-nts or guardians. than iiro hundird lemHilC'tbte I"U. in Philadelphia Plantation to their assortment which includes Bounty Land and other claim, on terms which JACKSONVILLE, July 30, 1S3L,

Board can .be obtained in private families at New York and lJo-tou alone. Thcae were :! many of the most recent improvement in the I. may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be Dear Sir: :I have tried your very,valuable M.d-
from eight ten dollars Ilr month all desperate cases and the cures were not leading articles in their line, all of which they; post paid] will receive immediate attention. cine for Diarrhoea and find it by far the best and
I t CHARLES RUSSELL, nearly but permanent. will sell at prices to insure satisfaction to the June 5. IawtLS safest cure for this dangerous disease that I have
rIl1.i.IILJldTQn.1erful.
Board of Trustees.Ang. only buyer-especially Railway Endless Chain Powers known beard o1. My little
I Secretary of the it is a great nervous antidote, and particularlyuseful President of the United States. ever or daughter aged
lMtHUE! for tendency to Uilious di*order. Liver : for one or two horse, of the Wheeler patent Notice.TO about two years,bad suffered long a.nd was re*
_.f Fever and Ajrne, or badlv t'eatexl New Goods New Goods so olten awarded the first premium at the State THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS: daced to almost a skeleton,and f tried part ofa

'. iirmrrn Complaint Fever and Ague, and the evil elTects Quinine, Uetail.- & and County Fairs where they have been exhibit OF TIlE SEVERAL WARS SINCE Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST" and
II
I Wholesale and
? I E anil oilier iJrug-upon the Digestive .cG'At; .ed. Railway Powers, warranted'tarren's & it has acted like a charm,the child U now'improving -
Mercury,
after a long sickness. Al-o, for excess in 11 UST RECEiVED direct from New York a Trimble's Iron Sweep Powers, Taplin's Circular I THE REVOLUTION. and may be seen by those who.do. not. be-
Classical and English Institute, gans nnd the too free u< of ardent spirits. It .J? Large Assortment of Fashionable Spring Power, Plows, Harrows, Fan Mill, Straw Cutters : B Y a recent Act of Congress, officers and soldiers lieve. Respectfully., V
,
r,I. LE. FLORIDA. eating almost iceoni'ilcs Ili-ullti with p fiie'nicrini''e.OR. l Ires Goods, of French British, and American ; Portable! Cure Stone Mills, Wagons, Carts : (who have not icceived) are entitled A."V. CaLVIN.
: .ACltSONVI Manufacture, comprising in pa.rt- Sue. tie. Field and Garden Seeds of reliable qua. toBOUNTy LAoS 0, for service-of one mouth To E.Poinsett, Esq.ST. .

\ rc.F.uItowN, Principal. J. 3. KGUCHTON'G French oil col'd Ginghams, American do. lity, Fertilisers, Fruit and Ornamental Trees. or more; the widow,and minor children of those NICHOLAS.Fla. July 31lSal.
;..t. -c- French, Ungli-h, and American Print, Our descriptive Catalogue, illustrated with cuts, deceased, are a1so enLi,led. The Subscriber will ,
." rB'IE FUBSClUnEH having bad several years Furniture Chintz, Fig'd and Plain Lawns will be cent gratU when two to ftur Post Office ucdeiUkc, at c mo \ J experience in teaching, has concluded to e- -:j'"Wfr .,, and Muslins, i Stamps are remitted, according to the distance. claims of those inteics..ed. Hating been employed your Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECt1srlhll.3

: t aMish his School in this 'place, and respectfullynvitcs !' S.," Do. Ja'konotsl'laill and Fig'd Swiss Muslins July 29, ;. 3m RALPH & CO. in puul'CoEco severalycjrs, his experience permanently cureJ two of oar Negroes,ota severe *'

the public to call and test tt menu. \ i1.1 J .".' in such ma..tcn will enable him to afford great Diarrh a. I take pleasure in recommending
: .1 It will be his constant effort t cultivate thefriendship l.k.I. ;-. Cambrics and Jackonels,plain and chocked Slate of jnoilcla, In the Circuit Court facilities claimants for LAND! AND PiSNilONS your valuable Medicine-as being without doubt '

and esteem of his pupils; and to instil 7P I 1 jtI d.' Fig'd Bcragcs, bilk Tissues, very rich patterns the Eastern Circuit, Daval County. and save them a great deal of trouble one of the best and safest remedies for this disease

. '' those principles which tend to develop the human ; .rJ\ CHANCERY. and ex|
t. intellect and to refine the bear. hub Black Silk, very cheap, Madelines charge H nude. All letters post-paid will receive W. O. McJNTYKKTo
: : Without beipg in the 1cA't the Institute ,i p;.' and Florence Silks, of every coor. William Checver.vs. prompt alteuCion, and the necessary forms and E. Poinsett Esq.

will b conducted on re1gioul IrncJ.les.i y.; Crapehawl plain and embroidered, instructions sent. JACXSOXTOXE Jane 9th; ..
: fly a mOt thorough ex '/ Paris Kid Gloves, Black and cord Lace)Mils Ellen A. Brockcnbrough, widow and admx. of C. W. BENNETT,Att'y.
amination.which experience has suggest, the I Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, William II. Brockenbrough, deceased Lucy Washington/D. C. Dear Sir I have used your Indian Loxeeust

'. te: hlmfel that Knowledge once Jenny Lind Polka Gaiters, Brockcnbroiigh, Arthur S. Brockenbrough October,1850. tf in my family, and have found it a very valuable
? I'rind.I cannot --. -.-T-._ .- --"" Bronze tipped Hootees Opera Gaiters Thomas W. Brockcnbrongh,George L. Brock remedy for Diarrhoea. I take great pleasure ux

'". : Great iuducment arc onercd-in the way of --"- Single Ties Buskins, Slippers &c. cnbrough, George S. Hawkins, and Mary R. GEORGE SMiTh & CO., recommending it to the public.

C health and boauty sitntiou-to.parcnts wiping Is sold by nearly all tbe Dealers in fine Drugs and Tbe most approved styles of Spring Bonnets, Hawkins, his wife Thomas W. Brocken AUCTIONEERLN'G AND COMMISSION Respectfully, J. OWNSENU
-I'; to send their children from home, as no pains popular medicine throughout the United fctates Do. Chillren s % bilk Bonnets, richly brough and JobuV.. Brockenbrough, infant MERCHANTS' Egber, PotnscttLsq.J.tczsoxYxLL _

,,. will be spared fa providing for their comfort and prepared in powder and in fluid form, and iu trimmed and of the latest fashion, children of John W. Brockenbrongh deceased JACKSONVILLE FLA. E. Fla.
lI,1. entvment. prescription phiii'd for the u->e of physicians. French Flowers, rich Bonnet llibbons.Gentlemen's Lucy B. M ixwell, Elizabeth S. :Maxwell, Simon ; May 17, 1851
r ;! The diccipline.will be' inflexible, though mild Prhate Circulars for the use of physicians maybe JJ llr- Maxwell, Margaret Chaplin Sims, widow Dear Sir This may certify to yon that J had si

r 4 and persuasive. obtained of Ur. Hunghton or his Agent, do- Boots,Gaiters. and Shoes anti admx. of William H. Sims deceased, Martha ripHC SUBSCRIBERS have entered into cojO. negro girl s 5ehig under a severe attaeJud'Dr-I
.'t. The course of instruction includes all the branches Kcribing time whole process, preparation, and gi- Heady mode Clothing, a splendid assortment, Mason Sims, and another infant child of partnership the I'uepoe of carrying on arrlwea, :lId that the use of one bottle of your
of a thoronghflsisbe4 English Education, ting the authorities upon 'rhleb the claims of this fine. William W. Sims, whoso name is unknown to tbe above business, and are prepared to make Reparation called Indian Loxecnsi" effectually

1 .1;re and a full preparation for any College class. new remedy ore linked As it ia NOT A !ErnETIUMKUI Country some merchants very supplied for cash, on terms! complainant.It sales cubcr 01 consignment or at auction, (o* 9 of cured her, and I would take this method of recommending

; ENGLISH STUDIKS.Orthography n<> nlijpitioii can l Ie raised against its equal to New York prices, Tho country public appearing to the satisfaction of this Court the firm being an auctioneer.with ) Both ot the firm I it as a wry valuable Medicine. *
u! by plijsjcians in respectable t.Un'lin and regular to MIl and examine Goodd and pricestx.At are well acquanted the merchants and citizens Yours truly, JOHN BRANTLEY.
It'' ; Ueading : Penmanship; PhotiographvframmarcogrM.hy fflielicc. Price OAVJ DOLLAR PER are solicited tho Bric-k Cash Store.L. by affidavit made and filed in this cause, that defendants of the interior which gives them the advan Mr. Egbert Poinsett., .
| ; Ancient and .Mod Arthur S. Brockenbrongh, and Thomas tage of making ready sales of
, nor?Lg.oBsJ:1flR. B. AMERMANJamea any goode or merchandize
11. and John W.
ern History; Khrtorio; nooh-Ket-pins:; ComJojiton < Cr> 7'J1rE'ery bottle of the Brockcnbrough, W. Brockenbrough' which may bo:ont to them on consign 3ACONTILtEJaly 26, 1851 .
and iM-lamatlon; Iotan.the gcuuine /'/.'/'./.\ .u.iw the written signature of 17. Bryant, infant children of John Brockenbrough deceased ment., Dear Sir:, Sometime since I was attacked with
Sims
,Drawing J. S. JIOUVUTO.V, 31. /;., sole 1'roprictor, ATTORNEY N n COUI.SEUOR-AT-LAW, Sims and, Margaret the other Chaplin infant child, 6f Martha WilHamV.:Mason. They_ will give their attention to makinggood a severe Diarrhoea-so severe that I could not attend
,
SCJKNTIFIC COURSE. and Tra llHuarkfI'uf.I to my business.. I was recommended to tryyour
Pa C'ojiy-right ab- immediate sales.
Philadelphia Will (except when business may require his Sims deceased reside out of ana They would respectfully solicit
,
_ tn(5( State of FloridA "IN LOXECUST.
the J tate attend to Professional patronage from merchants and tradesmen of .DIAN procured
Intellectual Moral, anil Natural PhiosJ.lIY; (j-ol4 l>y all Drugists.nntl Dealers in McdiEGBKUT : eure from in the Courts) of the Mutcrn Circuit appointments ,.toyond the jurisdiction of this Court,.bat in othercit.ieil. who wish to sell goods in our market Bottle of it. At the same time two members of
Logic '
Astronomy, Chemistry; ; Glolug. ...; u nited States, and that defendants Lucy family were afflicted with the same disease
ClfiCO". : of Florida, and in tho Federal Court lor th* Any business in their line will be promptly attended my
MATHEMATICAL POINSETT.A Xorthcrn District of Florida.ME Brockenbrough George S. Hawkins, and Alary to. We aU used the medicine from the one Bottle
Geometry Trigonometry rnt. JarJctanviUt Fla.J. It. Hawkins wife, reside in the Western Circuit GEORGE" U. SMITH and I am now happy to inform you that it eon.
Arithmetic ; ,
;
; ; Algbr Analytical Geometry WITl. Ai.SO ACT AS AOEVT in the State of Florida and that defendants, OlIN %'I'. PRICE.REFERENCES. .. ua all entirely. We are now all well and hearty'from.
I Surveying Differential and Integral; Calculus. A. MAYER, for general Business in tho State, respecting George L. Brockenbrongh, Ellen A. Brocken .-A M Reed. Fernandez, Bisbee. the use of only one Bottle of your Valuable'Medicme.

:: r.: ; OURSE. Jt7"lflllllr and lit'tail Agint Savannah, Gn. grants and donations of lands and the location brought, Lucy B. Maxwell, Elizabeth V. Maxwell & Co.,R Boulter & Co., Samuel Willams Alsop Yours. truly,' .

5- CLASSICAL Sept 2. '52-ly or selling thereof. v. Maxwell and Simon Maxwell, reside in & rum Jacksonville; Boston & Gunby J ALa- TIMOTHY HARRIS.

Latin; Greek; German; French.A ALSO A! AGENT the Middle Circuit of the State of Florida: roche, E M Moore &Co., Seaborn Goodall, Sa. To E' Poinsett, Esq. -

of Lectures will be delivered for the collection of Claims upon the United It is therefore ordered, that said defendants residing vannah. Jan. 13, 18.)2. tf.
course during The ii DRtG A IIiACY n SIIII.r tates for Military or other services pensions in the State of Florida, and out of tho Mandarin, Fla., Oct. 1, 185L
Chemistry. .
the year upon Philosophy Eastern Circuit do and Dear Sir-Some time since I
0 furnished volunteers, and for horses or appear answer the bill Paper :Hanging Depot was en visit near
of plies
with '
School will be furnished a new set apparatus ----------- M\ ,
of filed in the cause within two months place, and was taken .
; ,t and will afford.ample opportunities for be- 'IIE subwsriber is new opening at His Store, other liable.property lost,.for which ,tho United States from complaint the date of the publication of this order, No. 44 Courtlandt-slreet, New-York, opposite your Your Indian Loxeeust suddenly was recommended.very The

.: eominr acquainted with Nieuce and the practicaloticrationof on "Torgyth-strcet a general PAINTS assortment ofDltUISOJLS {<'ordJII lJu 'lIcn.-J. W. B. will also and that the defendants residin beyond the limits 1 the Merchants' Hotel. friend that I was visiting happened have a bottle '

'S Achdc&qjt'ar its.laws. will be divided' into four : attend to'the collection of Claims and other Professional of the State of ,Florida but in the jurisdiction Croton Manufacturing Company.( of it in the house, and I used it, and take plea .

t .: The eleven w'ek each. Students Aaa \D i Business, in England and on tho Continent of tho United States, do appear ana answer thfc THE under the General Manufacturing organ-Law lure in informing you that it cured me. I ass
of enter -
quarters the commencement of may and 23 a*'0 3. to.a <2* 3KtCESfLV s ; of Europe. same, within four months from the date of the of the State of New-York) offers at wholesale in averse to having my name in print,but still tot
after any quarter
t". be charged only from the time of their mij iun. SULECTEOVJfB OREAT CAKE jrj-During his absence, Jonx W. PUICE, Esq. publication of this order .or that said. bill betaken quantities to suit purchasers,at MANUFACTURERS' the benefit of those that may be aSicted',you- ou,
confessed them.
: will in his stead in Florida.A for against publish this if yon think it necessary.. ,
act LOWEST Pu for
IN THE CITY OK NEW lOHKr ICES, cash or approved credit, ,
.f TKIWIS tht5 attention of ddress Jacksomille.East Florida. And it is farther ordered that publication of Hangings of .Yours with respect,
lIe invites Merchants Physician Paper every variety of style and I
i hi Board and Tuition, including light, fuel, and *!, and the community, to his toek, with the this' order be made in some news paper, published price. V SUSANNAH HARTLEY.
washing, per Session of fire months $120 00 assurance$ that the articles will be found to bo JOSEPH GRICE in Jacksonville, in Duval County aforesaid, oncea Borders to match. DrE Poinsett, J ac nville. Fla.
< German or French extra 600 auj at as low week for the space of four months. Fire Board Prints in great variety. '
.5 fresh, of prime quality prices as Gravelly HiH Oct.20,1851.
Music (including use of Piano) 15 00( be in market of the South General Commission Merchant THOMAS DOUGLAS Judge, &o. &o. Transparent Window Shades. 1-V
they can bought auy STATE OF FLORIDA, .Dear Sir: Your Indian Loxeeust agood medj'
, .-anc1IJrawing -500 country. 86 WATER ST., NEW YO1UC. Oil Painted Window Shades. cine. Some time since I purchased a bottle frost'
: of Duval. J
t ;.. J Painting in Water' Colors" .- 12 9 00 00 -HE oFFEnaChcwInicToTtatro STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale of I County, Isidore V.Garnie of the Circuit Court V'Wide.Window Curtain Papers, and A M.Reed Esq., your agent,and gave it to OM
"
Oil
& Clgnr, Old TJqnor aU articles of produce entrusted to his Window Shade Fixtures, ._ from
I care, ? of that had suffered very much
for( said do hereby that < my negroes
County the
certify
Including Instructions' in- PerMJ.ctlh'e, from Na. and'Vln..s. Stationery Fine,Cutlery, and all orders promptly complied with. order is a true and correct of foregoing Of the latent styles and superior finish, all of their a severe attack of Dysentery It eared him. Soon.

: ture" : S .Jew'Jrye..,. (Payable quarterly,'in a r The Pekin Tea In Witnoss, whereof 1 have hereunto they same disease purchased. another,bottle,and ft
i FOK PA*.STUDENTS., adapted to their wants and tastes-all of which. be, Company'Warehouses,. Booksellers and dealers,in these articles,-to call cured him also. -
. ;r.1 Studies will be glad to exhibit and sell for CASH. 70 and 77 Fulton .t., New York. set my hand and affixed the Seal and examine their styles and prices moment recommending
English and 5Iatl ematics $10 00 (L. 8.] of said. Court, on this eleventh whenever they I do not hesitate a ,
f I Including Scientific ('ur e. ,. 12 00 juno Z1 JOHN M. PAYXE. 4 THE PEK1N ,TEA, COMPANY has day of October, A. D. 1852. visit the city. > : your Indian Loxecnst to the public, as being the

k 1..at1n and (eck. 13 00 been established many. years, and has .--ISIDORE. GAItNJE ConntryMerchants can examine this stock from most certain remedy for Dysentery that I tatt

r t. (Payable quarterly,in advance.) JruaJOw GLASS If PUTTY. 5' always maintained a high reputation Clerk- Circuit Court Duval County., 6 o'clock:Il.the morning- till .o'clock.in, .- '- the ever uwd. or heard ,H you see proper,youss
. 1: A liberal deduction will be made for pupils in UoxeS Window Glass, assorted sizes. ; -- for Teas of the most delicious characterand "Oot. 14 4m evening.NewYork. ,, publish this. t Qur

. ; the l'rimar1Itutlie.. Adclretl1t. 40, .400 lbs bent Bladder Putty/ fragrancy and at prices which have in every -> -- March, 2. ,Ap rilS MI4r'RICZ5. ,
, I S <"rJJ<.7) :, /F.BROW S For sale low for cash.JNOM.'PAYNE. instance given' satisfaction. :The Teas are warranted Oil, Tallow, Grease, and Ohio Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville., '
and be returned if do not Tin Copper:and 'Sheet Iron
r Ilefereiiccavmiller. : : pure may they Mineral Paint. ., *, '
S Jacksonville,Fla., epi., .-
S to be : The Teas
,as they are represented.
, : lieu. WgtLaR1j S. K..:WYi,Ko0r, : .'Aug. 19-tf! : :_"- ..Druggist.To prove sold by this Company are done up in 1-4 lb., 1-2 300 barrels Machinery Oil, price 75-,,cent, WORKER ,Dr E Poinsett-Sir t'This is to certify that ot I

;: Rey. CoBtr CffAilns.CaJ4.: II. B. NotzsWilmington. -. lb. and 1, lb. packages, making it convenient per gallon' ,- V The undersigned prepared to perform have been permanently cured of a severe XMarrhaV ,
Brandy wine Yil- ,Druggists 2,500 gallons same, 75 cents,",in tasks of various hj jpjr all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron ealM'
.Del.; th-.iMtfctEH. for country merchants to have' a great,variety ."- Copper by the uae.of your most valuable medicine
l age Del;Ken T; Dorer Del. Ilev.i Apothecaries Perfumers Con fed loner s Patent with"asmall outlay of capital. Hotel keepers sizes. pa KM Work such'aa the manufacture of light Indian Loxeeust after suffering for nor*'than 11
t i J. E. Rockwelh rookl,,.'\lion.1 OLIi' Medicine Factors and Dealers { may always bo certain of Jiaving on their table,a '200 barrels boiled Paint Oil,53"ate per gal. J *! Culinary Utensild,making and repairing months with that distressing disease I take ple
tn
ruAKT, Dr, A. K. Br t MeMford, N. J. Worktn uniform character of Tea; "hicnTeu; of,which -5,000, gallons do do do do. in uttcrs and Spouting for Houses,,Tin Roofing sure in recommending your most tamable. med,
-Tmco. HTTT.: KerrTno CAHX Rev Z.' Toilet and Fancy Articfes; there is a large vorlety, are done up in ;three -in casks of.various sizes. ,Tin; and Zinc Coffins, and all,kinds of work cine to all similarly afflicted.

A. MAJiSPI..LD WLlminotonDeL'L.. 'BAKKOWI,,' 1 PRACTICAL AUVlSEn, or; Com The Iqaido is of load the second water 350 barrels Tanners' OIL various kinds and appertaining to bis.line business,which will be ,I remaiJ11fiU1
<
> wrappers. '
'I ndover Mass nor 27,'51lytton THE -((.over.One Hundred Recipes, for proof paper;and tho outside Chinoeo rice p.. qualities from 33 to 60 cents per gaL executed with promptness and despatch. : .i1OHN8ON.

5- 5.: P tho use of Druggists Apothecaries: Perfumers, S 1,500. gallons, in casks of various sizes various CO.Orders for; articles or ,services, '.for >the formerly of JacksonviUe NQ

1. 'and'WdolIen'EIaclilnery,'and Confectioners, Patent' Medicine Factors, and per.For salo at the Now .York prices for cash, by kinds and ,Qualities from.S3 (o.50 country,will.promptly, attended to. Oct. ISP.
CiXTI0X
Dealers In Toilet and Fancy Article. Edited by theApmt; s JOHN'AMAYEH.,. ." cents gallon.. :: ; V 'JT.IAHOGAHTH, 'LA., 6.

I Steam. Saw Mils and Engines HORACE JivKHETT/Graduateand Member of the i';151.Brpogbton st.. Savannah,Ga.. 63 tons tallow grease, forlioavjb ariug, May 6-tf, .Bay-st.,,Jacksonville.MARSHALL Dear Sir tQneBottIe of your tqie uit his o*'

TUE'ESSEtt(1 tr.iNY. 1wit.ci. ?tAe. CoBcge of Pharmacy the city of'New York, Feb 6-Lf and coarse' machinery, ,in barrels or pletely cured one of.my',men of a long waaaas;
I It omptly execute all or. Uso-j'be''celebrated Recipe ,of Professor Wij. --.-- .- '- casks of any consistency- required. HOUSE. obstinate Diarrh .-FroniItt ompletflLaBde eitain

den lot Cotton;,andWooll D., {ubtne all lard for making good Soap at one cent per pound. GtIXwoeki after dn.ti.1 will afply to lion the Price Gcents per pound.- THE subscriber leased the efficacy where all other medicine bad ft"*"
contract for whole Mills r'om that Will wash better end quicker;'without labor 150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint,in barrels. at. having;
kinds, and will the 'Judge of Probate Columbia, County the .' above itousosit.sted' oIl"'Br ughton- I i:take pleasure in coamendia* 16 ,uraluablo **
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wheel b than other Soap ever manufactured. This the of.Elias price.Machinery ; 11 .
water or steamengine > the nobbing maehine. any letters of 'Administration on estate 4ieln" mY&V
Oil warranted not to chill in ihocoldest between Abercorn and:Draytoastreetstbr -
., ;:;t4aIn Ba.JMiiU lor angi. or"single alone Is worth fifty times the price of the book tony Crew, late of deceased: streetj
I .... .Mubinlits'.i'eoIa', >f,1very) de $ription.Loeoraotir (11.111111.Exclualvo wholesale.'agent.},fqr the oot 7 6t' '"f 'iOUNCkEWSAdmn! weather and considered" by thoso using it a term of years,respeclfoHr Informs tae Dr. E Poinsett.
and Frcf tit Can. Macllocry of all Jolted, 2tei, ,An.1 Canada, 'eonal'to.lIrJt oil V; citisens! of Savannah''and,t tbe'' public'jreneriUyv :1'a VI
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-S ILttVANDoD; ". i Tailed OIL qua to Linseed Oil, other that he is now prepared to receive boaniorf.bJlb.regular I '
kiadf o* band .. owb dr la progress, totbat ,' 'J f' : Segavs4gars -., '. 1Wy r'kO o,
rden eaab CJI*. trj.bOtg&otle.p .. _, 100 Nassau-street N. Y' IVERVI3IJPEItIQIL lot of'Seears han foywbite. ", and transient_ou ,tbe moaL,reasonable
ftJ-T.rmi ar' J7 irerwBt .' Price M- enta,' Post Office' Stamps -enclosed t.A' at the Fancy Store, Just of, teajcsired : -, I am c constantly ehing:,largo supplies of the terms,and pledges himself, by,strict attention- ComxalMlon andwd1ngM.rI,
l' eontrais1It.fotliII1"m bt'IIJ1,b.dtti'Ua to that amount will pay for one copy*which.'fillbeeent'fre I oct'7 .JJruJr-.nd' M. PAYNE. above named articles, and my motto Is, .c Small" business to merit the patronage of the' publio.' S AISh V
United States J." JOHN profits"and quick returns" Intends to Dealers In GroeerfH,.ProvislonB.ChoIeeWI
for artaJIciaK'tM .lI 1, ,ilthoL to any part of the '" make the Marshall House A'VIKSTc ;
drswlegi ; ; : : btfttioneri;Booksellers 'Nowinape Agents,&o., ) UK*,-700 butholtprlmi. WHiTK COH3., S -' '-5- 5 -.-* 'Bl'F; POND;" Hotel. His table will be supplied with ev Liquors( and SegarstPauit) ,Oils.*Drqs,&e.k

tkr"e. -oonic1CA 11I" t.,; Agcnt enclosing a cash remittance will rcoelre-the trork :.. I_, For*aloby:: .' _,, "; ', !W Water st., (under jh.f Poar' .r House,)". Itucury that caa be procured. 1. ..c 1 for CASH onlj?, V no,18
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