The Florida Republican
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 Material Information
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: March 3, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00173
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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,]L, The tome,the aerriee,the yearir uav.the say of 1he'1'ubJicaDd- to' rivals Jty'f 1 __ :. .M'
: name and raideneecf the bidder.--and thoi of abject P PD tsait ttsd t dr'th6:tim epa "h,_,teaz" : '.n ". '- J
tbo'Msfls 'of'the each member*aravvhere company open entry at the+minimum price as be nay JBelecf CiJiecJ foriDtendeel to"ft1' 1 -c .', t .4t 1. IIdr.TcEeaid leassltlasiseed.bs ..n It 1

r U.Sa&edroaJal.11.- Jto aaoJoJMOB, Ih lie didiaetly dated;.&mode of oaveymee Provided,That before;receiving such:new, Bred byy bj = siaa'oIlimo: '.b' .II.t c6_, t+iSiGusaer1Patxjfe 1I. _:.IIkwiII..: )
wi tbs Wkwriag routes lathe S&a&e.Gl Florida .,if a higher mode. thaa. ,.horseback bo. in land it shall be proved the satisfaction of, sncknepieJLppf .r.---J' = '.i .. hJ: :.; seta ;t +; ..'.11 "- "'i' I
the Contact 0tI0i et the&IiQIee Bu.TDlOH1Je1a-a.-n.
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m the eity of Washiagtoa, The lid should be sent wader CotDtmifflioneriof the 'General 'Land !e :huuary1;'1853:' :# ;. j "_ _fl
Seal,addressed asip paac aOij bas tort ,
.sill A.M.III die 4U.April,MM;lobe teetded.a to the Second AstUtaatFaetmaster GeaeraL Office that the Jand allotted and patented b f.'i +. "IJp ; sit, frfeft.vi,jf., V.A. ..t.wm .

&M X th. ol.Apr isarFLORIDA. roper erIbed_.MaU Proposals.iB the ,Stale.of to said soldier Isr unfit.Jor enlthrat m, nd J -1 ". } itlaeiT add;;, .r Newtackreitia'ihirty tirO yi !i.jerw.boIDIJnrpoolHrbiclV" slabaetssiuestto eempetlbe "3'
It shoold be guarantied aad the safficicney that said soldier has .nerer.'disposed:of his ', .:kflIterntwa 'ion.tbatbCa$3ail toff sak to.aight;'aaiMndt ; seared w. .
of the gBraranton eerUAed (see forms.) and interest in said land by any Bale of his own, '&jJra""i o""ft i .r 14.rN .mat, -. .., 'coaf naioo 'prevalled aad.te naiesi -

ffcMn7y 1, 1853 to.June 30, 1855.om should be dispatched SB time to bo reoetodbyor. and that the same baa not been taken tirdispo JI . 11"1..t.r" .t.ri. ..P'4U was agreed to:ytas 38, a +aei at."

7600,. Ne Bim to Mi butt i .ia-,Jtaral before 16. The A.contracts AL,of the are 8th to.beexeent 1.1858. .and t. d of for.his 4ehts due to any individual Job Sass of Walpole J :'(iutN : neanuedst, five lon-t ad minvtes past 5 o'clock,tbe i =iJf .U--

being aa exteutioa 'o f> the-routeftomiii termed to the Department by or before the lit of and that be shall release vail his interest In *. The f.twi._ .1-.WU.-.IU. 'd a aaQl--a-frr' of.'die BAiast;, from New York. ReuSotUPJlE9iii A'Toe" 1 1

t .SO miles and back-once July 18S3.17. ._ the same to the United Statesia;such way seats ttsthanki!:: U The-foUCTin",..Societies t rnxIjx rOTi'MiMni Tbe anD' h" i :
Hone went'lato eomajitte
." Under the act of March 1815 the 011
aid Commissioners shall' >
.Lp.yen Hint enq 'We4aeIda7.81 7 notes are to be let to the lowest bidders tendering as prescribe*' and &pmbnaibeuinnmed;"i or savors.TCceived.Un reported;by,the nmcahu'he be and ciil ad Diplomatic Ate .'.
a ; sufficient guaranties,-withoot,lefereneo,to the such surrender and location;6hall 3*made skate tower. to Boston to wit: the'cotlon' mar.-'II."k' qaleek:The "'Tbebitl.pp II

Xnto at MiddWwrg same day by 7pm; mode of transportatioB that may bo accessary. within five'yean.from the paeeigecff: .this '. to kondncktur boyd on The Ealeroad. .i sake for' the HUM day dais aaoOTtcd id and per diem of..tnemaei*:M4,.I'I.fdj

;yen )4WdJ&bvr. every Thursday at 7 for the due rity.eerta andaeesrit,of inch act.1. .." ,, ahani gjf his kindness For 1-munlh'or.f 20,000; bales"of, blch'cBlfttoa :took Congress and wlA, .tieba J

AMn at NewXlver same day by 7pmto mode craasportaUoa.of coBTcyanee' Whea iaadequaU the lowest to bid the propom doe eele-a APPfted-1uary 7,1853. weeks ta knm.,.l' -thick i Nevercee snth'Aperlite ..;and exportew 1,008.Tbe' 'q+ eMteu coMmgeacie* of btrti;;,Hiei,!? :,.:;.f.II ,.1!

., B.---. .' -Crystal Hirer and rity,certainty,and seearttyof_the, _mails. It w ttBotbeaeoepUd. # cT-No ,_ 7 nao. .,bra .ostenshuas ''displayed.tupMBeaajets are,Fair Orleans 6M, Middling Orleans 6d, aPpiole. Cc tltJDa'{ 1 't
WekBTa, to IitaUvyeoTfiO : T-\ -f > ,,.' .. [PVJLtc 8.Jia -:Of high decree or.Low rra I Fair Dplaak Cfd.ad ; 54i.nhsaes 18400.C ---- : iI
> miles sad-eaos a wtek.Jgtn .' Whesthebiddo.stnetr.asoda: Alf dCx Sea the stadba i : ,. w
18. of ;. d 1gidai nry.Tnuwtaal -Jippropashan. mister"boydisAjnanrartcrBjytownBart. f. ofFlou the'motion oaf-Mr. .Bm'an sass.."f Jl
Homnrer.roq ,also when it to Oregon
eoBTeyanec according Territory. '
propoees carry /wI
and it
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'Arrive at Long food the bat wiJtomt S4S i s; pratfen of 960.wms .fot. !
to advertisement, each epee fie it enacted the Senate i lG w..a. : .
by and Souse of : bathe .Xeepu of..the bitetaryern.batteeoshans. e1' L"tleltrtt a..a !
Leave Lone Pond trery dLcation B will be considered as a proposal for tgealreyo1.MofAsrnaW: ? x
Arrived at HomamasaJ9dden horseback service. Representatives: of tAt United Sate 'of ; all.be':; leU';,In?ererlastln remembrance. per barrel l1'8 Ibs., .The demand for Cot western lakes,Dc h 4i ,I.eH,8 ; _. .f I

will state distance mad.intermedloMc4fiees 19. A modification of B bid in.any of iU essential America in Congreu'assembUd,That the fol .'. hd'ia cell kalkfated-ta keep ton has been fair and holders are firm,"with A'long.and hT.icRie under the fnaml" a'r

:< ,aad alao Cook a*schedule.3S60 Warrior terms is tantamount to B a new bid and lowing stuns of money be and are hereby, that tanrern- of.the :Fost Class as beer moderate sales to,the trade: JU1. qualities ate rate took r4u- F'
From Fanning,by Hammock cannot be reeeired so as to interfere with regular the construction of TelL, of' have .dTui J-.matIi smerAasmts6; I
appropriated.for military snkseBstoTheJBUeTanwa Sugar slightly d. : .
,FeahaUoway, Eeonfeaoe,aad Rocky after the last hour set for .will ., were agreed )aAStroo*!
Terd. to Marion SaJeffersoa county,80 competition bids. receiring roads._ in__ the___,. Territory of__'Ornran.__ in wit.. be'My dyin.mottoe. ; t :Tradeln Manchester has slightly declined protons for completing the. rants.. .d j f
allies and back once a week. '20. 'FDetmastersare to l e careful not to certify For the construction a road from SUlaeoomb tu. the Appel wnmon"On the tenDer of8tat since the departure of theS&aerfeai respectively at St. l/wis,' ai Gs ao"e i
Leave Fa&niag every Wednesday 1 p m; the sufficiency of guarantors sureties without ,on Pogefs,sound, to Fort :Walla- street-for her milittes wife i Stood a THE t i LOXDOB, Mn ._The.:Demand einnati and'New' Orleans W-. :iomp lJ' ;:; .
Arrive at Manoa next day by CJ p mj knowing that theY are persons of sufficient respoasibflity Walla thousand 'dollars -'ud for Eatina for Cotton has been ''active with .' e.;
Leave Marion every Monday at 8 a m; twenty : pint ehewnats in frant of; Her ,, prices rather pletiog action upon the kilVtha. commiawa
and all bidders
t guarantors,and sureties .. ., ,
Arrive at Fanning rust.day by 12 m. are c1iItiDcUDOWiod that on a failure to enter into the construction of a road from the month stand., konTersasbun Was truly agree- In favor of buyers,although quotations .rose, and the. Hoose adjourned.Nrw .. '". r2s'. y I
or perform the contract for the stints proposed of.Myrtile creek, on the Umpqua river to abeL, She is ably kalcnlated ta Raise. ml are. unchanged.J 3 Ii;
FORM FOR A BID for in the accepted bids their legal liabi1aties will Camp Stuart, in-Houge River valley,twenty Expectashnns on VVunion.. Console liave advanced and are quoted .F.ruaaoc'. PaercujxoPnbfie powa;", ,'

JF1m fro>change from Advertisement is contemplated be enforced against them thousand dollarsthe said roada:to be constructed ta mister Kimkall. of The ,,Museum. _'..heinrited at 991 a Wj.The < expectation is on tiptoe' aa to'liie .r rsacaxawot'Frxaraoa's e s
ZL--Coan.&an. required to take the man .,'tit
by the bidder under the direction the Me Havre Cotton market has '
; Secretary ta see the ko and Kata- ( undergoneno '
from,aad deliver them lino-the offices at the ends g&Ol : new method of,
I for we.as the ease may be) here write the of routes and all intermediate offices; and oa, of War; pursuant to contracts''to' be' made mbantft-stnfied eliphants; ,& Ehinozorees.awl ; quotable change since the last a YJU8.
fad of state the reri1 Kv Kint The sales on the'5th 'instl peDmg engines .,:healed :sir: .JL;.fti.r
mss er Barnes ia ] here steamboat and railroad lines into intermediate -J -- > free Of Charge :wit I konlialv Did_' : comprised 2,000 -
6mea. hereby nropoee to carry the mail oa route Past offices not more than eigbtyrodi. from the landing. Approved January 7, 1853.. .. tnmi turOniway-7the Grate Kondocktnr Dales.! Good,Middling Orleans was quoted named ,".Eria* a 4'.thus] "ei Ii Iitb
often the
p.sstsr? General. from'a vertieemeat to as for pr as on oritation.22. Pre' contractors"and persona known at -' of Igga. U now' albeit.. hate A'nfggur at 92 francs and Middling fair at 95. is mow_on her way fro;New Tore to' .sldl' .:

tke dated February 2,1853,requires, ia' the Department must equally with others PuEuc' AcT-No; 12.] As bad as I Doo a': toll.boaae'--oo"a'TUm Ncw-'o.w. '; folk"to'e bte'o8i; oftbe, Goyeramek to .
pro 'Feb." _...,__ .
: On
.; 21.- Monday .11. a.
Abe schedules contained in such AN ACT to Pike
the tine stated la j cure guarantors and eretineates of their efficiency amend aa aet entitled "An act for -i kud'nt Refrain from seein them ord- "." ,
a the following mode ofeoa- substantially ia the forms above prescribed. The the discontinuance of the ollioo'oC Surveyor. way Di &,j ,return,Them.'mbartJ barely 5000 bales of Cotton were, disposed examine her., ..riJ;, : .
tob..nd Here state hew it is to be eoa-. certificates of- a eieuey mast be signed by B General fa the several districts so soon u the Thanksfor Jovial of.; Tbe market was heavy after the receipt Speakingof the departure of' ibs.t1. ,! I.
annual mm of[here write out the clerk therein can be completed for abolishing m Treat. They pot the ., ... P'
ren Jfed few 1M postmaster judge or of a court oi re surreys of the Pacfic's advi. Middling was 1 "s't J
ors a worda at frill I length.] cord. S. IX HTJBBARD land offices under certain fliimfnttsnrBt; Rite Jeganclctid the thing up hand- U cents. ,qUO- 'th- ;the New YorY Daily T. ,
[Sgned.1 and for other ted 8j .a
JaIe4 Postmaster General purposes. lalli..1' !"We"understand_ thataa.oier'baamade been

Form of a GU4T fJ. POST rca DXPAKXKZBT. ,February2,1853. Be it enacted by'the Senate and House of >tu the editor: Of the boston Herald for Ifram::Ma x1co. to the Government on behalf of .her ''t4 1a a, a.4

The unoertiened undertake that if the forego- Representatives of the United States of allowin Me ta.sit In His Banktum sankto- owners to'constrict two or more.vessels ofjrr

hi Wd for saying the man en route No. America in Congress assembled,' That'in all tam a readin The'ors of'The' Day without It is already known that Arista Presidentof largest,class for Government aemee,': f'f'the

lie Moep&e4 by the PoeVau&er Genial the bid BT ATJTHOBXTT., cases where, as provided in the first section enterruptban for 4 Boats rnnnin. wen Mexico, abdicated# 'his' office,- and 'fed the minimum rate of expense for steamers of_ It

der.poet to obEgattoa'to the lit day of perform J next the enter. LAWS" OF THE'TOITED of the act entitled K An:act for the discon- he meets me at ham i Will try to Return the the same.class to' warrant their'mairng; teamiles \ i ,
bfa the required ser STATES, kom from the Mexican capital daring the progress tf\
tinnaneeof the office of Generalin lunentHewWFindanMyLibraryofBoo boar with'a
Surveyor eotummptknf oi nofUrover .
.u.h per
Tier Dated proposed bigDecl good by two araSSfForm Passed d ring.tdz1&rand Session oftktTkirtytceood the several districts, so soon"as the salt- -the,folleria-namely:; of rievolutroa:in.'January.,plannedat eight ions of coal pads y\guarantying \oj* \iil'!
of Certificate. Congress -. veys therein can be completed, for) abolish :scofs Kqmmentary on the bible, in 18 TO-, Guadalajara;. ; : that aU ,their machinery shall last roar,: f ::1

The adersigiied (postmaster, judge 01' clerk -. lug land offices under certain circumstances, Inmes.. ,, 'There' ns "of government were' then years .as long' as the boilers of: "steaas !d'J JihipHsnd j

of a oourt of record as the case may lie.) certifies [PcBiic ACT No.'4.] and for other purposes,*,approved the 12th .,J WalTs salms &mIDi seized'"b: y the 19th"nlt.,: :bfleriBt' bonds ia'"aDr'.f I ,
with the above .AN of June hundred-and the doddrige's Rise and Progress.topkia .' Cevallos wpo, on amount for the faifillment of the'eontrset ; f .
that be II well acquainted guar- ACT to amend an act entitled Ala act to eigbteen forty: .; t'
and their property,aDd that they are mend ettaUisb. the Territorial on the last finding Congress refractory played the part all its The has.been
akin .: Government of Oregon field notes, maps'records ad/other papers, Day. parts.. proposition vwyavorally ,,t '
property. and able to make good their guaraa- ,**,approved Axgast fomrteenth, eighteen appertaining' lo 'land"-titles :'in'!any ,State, bell on IVounds.. of Cromwell-introduced-a 'JaJp"'bodJ'oflO1diem'i ; received by the President aad dw,. a&raaetaryof i .
[Sipe] nnndied and to the Hall and clearjd it of the .1.
11.. fortyeight.Be .. shall have been or shall be'1 tamed'ovei"to :peck on purgatory the Navy credit isfortb3-, : .
Dater- it:enacted by the Senate and Howe of the authorities. ouch States and the..K me '& Io ci. members the point oPthe,biyonet' Oa pose of giving them, aa..f' -L. .. ";

INSTRUCTIONS: Rejrresenlatnet of the Uniled&ate of Amen authority powers,'and duties 1a relation to ta the' Owners :Ofhtbi' exchange Kofee the same evening he issued a d tree callinga BOW inspection that the snip has been saa-f** "I .

EmVooBg conditions to be incorporated in mill Congress assembled,',fThii the Legislative the survey rtsurvey, or'H ,ision of the Howse for privilege Of Cheer wile takia A National Convention, to'meet at the Capital monedto Norfolk- She wifi.gothitierfi'fiMOT .1! if.au4"

the contracts to the extent the Departmentmay Assembly of,the Territory of,Oregon lands: therein;, and an,Um and things morels siesty, (BO aU e&) 1 Shall sot soon the115th of Jnne;to reform the Constitution probably tbeocarto' WashmrJoaT; fl* UI' .

deen p roper.miamtei I be; and hereby are authorized: In all cues connected with,previously' exercised Forgit their unblemished civflhy.ta ,elect aneW Ptesidataad; exercise We understand "that"besides Captam'lnesVson .t. 1 '
each iatermed where the sixteen or thirty-six" cliona f the'PamOa' ; Stone Legislative.powers: He also.gave orders and the officers and crew" ComatoaW"It.ada .
LfwveB aN allowed to i s ,,or by: the Surveyor.;General,. whoseindadedeach' district &)roprietcrs of the ,
U sate, when not otherwise apeci&ed.for ae- i any put thereof shall be taken and occupied i Slate "-" end th are church in summer slreet-for a Chance to to the Government t troops tojcrasftFimtiliikf .ii' 6e--'wP'MlIl 'w1Io-lai, : ,
tile-.0. bat eBraOroad and steamboat under the law making'donations ofland te.dli against the troops of Urafa,the General beJ..trt .' ..,.;J>t l ;
Up of ale
Is 0 bo delay thaaii saffiYtaTCar hereby.- UI, AUU'aeic ri4.( theCommraaronerof.he jnencmr umu + the revolntibnary forces., d at I, .
reatet there tee more commanding 4r
'I to actual settlers otherwise to the last.-in Of : l
aa ezebange of the mail bsms or cause Genera Land Oflice.I same OB Sunday a eeat- Two have been started 'a4cat ".'t'..'dtiatMr..Eairaeow,-"Yll- I
1 Oa routes where tt*made nf aoaveJmas.ad- amtf7 caastmiaioaers of.the event,cone I ,280. .. be &'furtke*,enacted, That ivithont heir FOlmal.l flcTo the sexton Of : new papers of *vo 00 of'the :Caloric ':Engine, bas;;"refased one;--OS t .

arts of it,the special agents ot the Department ties in said Territory or. such other officer i under the utho '.04 dfrticilon the he eras far Aa-oJfcrdf w Free-aeat ta the _,:c .Q-the.., _retarD_ SantaAnta._ ;_ r. mi lion "Of41oBaa forJae'_oil+ii-eldest ._ .[
.abopaet office blanks mail bags locks sad keys or officers u they shall 4 direct to select in :Commissioner of.the General j Land Office, grata.Nittr ] 011 the Pacific:Ocean. .The cost Tfaet fec% H" ,

an*.'to No be pay eonveyed will be without made for extra trips charge.not performed; lien thereof, an equal;quantity- of.auToccnpied tee, I any Deputy Surveyor,'or ot ier agent bi the ',I f ta kondnctur hawkins oa the ta1en forpecod 'Fib:12.Bthe steam iP from Panama to San Francises.J .t [

aces for each of such omissions not satisfactorily land i*:sections or fractional sections United States shall have f rete access to iny Privileges on. my Return Bulled : Oi.'.. arrival and hack is 1It7.is ", /j,

explained three times the pay of the trip may be as the case may beSxc.2.A.ditfurtkereur4e. such field notes maps records and other him.i had7nt Got bat.16 coppurs Left on my of the steamer; Albatros from Yera:Crex : I

fete-ted For arrivals so far behind time as to J That papers,.for the purpose ofkafc.a .f '.

break eooaczioa with depending fourth of mania the and not when selections are :made in pursuance of therefrom or making copies thereof without 25-bat Be left me -parse 'to The detrimentof the 28th,:Tjttimo. The papa are- Jfilled thou, ofilly40'oat biBBdred'rcjraroes tahtT a, i!

ju&deutry for the excused trip is subject one to forfeiture eompeu&t.ioa Deduetka -provisions of the first section, of this charge of any kind, ., 9 cents to The raleroad, 'i wad Bekom- with accounts--of the revolutionary movements wtnty gaueas 'of linseed,0?, ;tnto; _iueb'"J, .''

be ordered for a grade of perform- act,said lands so selected,and their proceeds, SEC. 3. And be it further enacted.That mend misiar charles hawkins to The travel- : mix'three pounds of litharge after:;the oil j x a I f-.

.UM inferior to that specified ia the contract. For shall be forever inviolably set apart for the the field notes maps, records and other papers lin Kommunity as A man wbo Knows. at.a \It appears that after the ejection .of the hall have been oIled..' fey.moments.The .., f. I :,- '
U iMaliiit rtnfit'tm*tf*<>* of the tad herein sped- benefit of common schools.. mentioned in the first section of bead Glance who's who-&who slat -, < Mexican Congress by Cevallos, chief judge ,[ ilhaige should be., P clveraed'befae bone b ;s'i

aed thereof enlarged aad penalties the importance proportioned of the to mail the,may Baton Approved January 7,1853. to which this is aa amendment,:shall in no to austor Farrington for via eakort' i-His" of the supreme court,-;;who assumed. the .ncorjKnated with 'tbe aS a&4 pelf 'slrrred',.?., I' 'f"I'"
lie. case hereafter be turned over to the authorities Carriage. from'depot to Tarvern. ? reins of government on the flight of|Arista ra. "Previously' .ail airmat at aack'shooldyr .u C I :

4. For leering behind or throwing off the Pnuc Acv;No. 5.] of any State until such State shall have -tu mister bowe Boarders for Bad-felt fiftyeipiof'tU rejected-members tesem- have been. neatly made from,"cc 98K.>0- .do II ; -

milli.er nay portion of them for the admission AN ACTgraattBgto the Saeketfr. Harbor and provided by law for the reception and safekeeping Welcome on the' Pizarro of the pben%. bled in a private house on the 21st an*}'passed cloth,called domestic.. 1. to'riut. ( .l

of pamsngen, or for being concerned eommereialisteoigcace in setting Elliibvrgh Railroad Company the right of of.the same u public records, and their bowie-and Shakin'of bands.was'exulbafon articles of Impeachment against Cerol- below the knees, to .be,;.closely: 'bnttoned 'is,:I'..> t i, W.

ear or raining ahead aa ezprcm of the eonreying mail B quarter's pay. wa throoga the military reservation at Saekettvi for the allowance of free access to the same & i was :kind_'o'glad aI: ,Bad! got los and elected Osorio Governor of PaeLla, fronts When the mixture of ou and litjaija' .n;_. .! .

,may be deducted.IV Harbor New York.' by the authorities of the United States an, back President orf interim:. Osorio,'Lowever; refused is boiling .hot Immerse 'the gtru ens, wring $1ft (: ., ;
,..wffl be impeeed,unless the delinquency & it caadeti .by the Senate and.Souse of herein provided. ". 'W& py band. 'JOB SASS., to accept the'proffered honor;and thegartison it u dry'as pees bf,&ad.lei it hang ja'lfea., i + j

he promptly and satufactorDy explained by ecrUJeata Representatives of the United States of America N. B. Publish in 1 inside thereof, of the city pronounced ia favor of sun for ,three days,when ,Jt..1aeCOlll-:1U 'tIt i
Approved January n.1853., paper
.'posUnastirs,or the affidavits of othereaeditable in assembled !' pletely -so overcoat fortbe aaf '
? ,for fading to arrive IB contact Congress That the right of & forrhdBiUto phenix tanrernpoatage the plan of Guadalajara. ..water proof ,.,!. i't
time;persons t r neglecting to take the mad from way through the public lands of the United fPcauc Rxsoumov-No. 2.} Paid. Ia announcing this result the government gre'Raftagainstalarmortempaf' ._.ie;pcrrvious .J. "
States la the of Sacketf Harbor that the'revblu'Jon is to the winter winds or the _. c< .
orfeCver it into a post office; for suffering it lying village s A RESOLUTION explanatory of the act appropriating paper; El Siglo says It.: J i
(..ig either to the ansuiUblenea of the place or ,in the county of Jefferson and State of money tot the removal of the nit of .. C -. :. at an end,.andthat the>whole i onntry is aigbt.Itwill C leas'tiauaxtp r .4aMRat. ;.1f.1 '' .
aaaer of carrying it.) to be injured destroyed New York be, and tin hereby granted to the Jled lurer."Resolved r now in favor of the plan'of Gnadalajara., sack. .,.', -dL. one.to two years ,:T rl.'

tubbed to or the lost mail..sad as frequenUy tor refunug as,after the contractor demand Sacketf Harbor and EUisborgh Railroad by the Senate and House of Rep The London' Spectator'tiun 'remarks on Gen., Benio,Minister of. War, has.sent a : NcatcI z Fror 2'n. \A I'III.:,'. .
eravcy '
,tin,or II.Ia running.a coach,ear,. orMatembo.t Company:,Provided' ,*Tbat in the opinionof resentatnes of the United States of'America the, Tripartite Convention proposed at: the GeuU capr."D'immedi I. SoyqpjE. A case of deH ff>

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on a vista the President of the United Stales such in That much of the a at the" cabinet .
Congress assembled so dose of thelsst bj France and Kng- I caned yestetday afternooa'.about- B lock,! :w a .
;, Postmaster General may annul the eon be not injurious to the interest year .' formed thrill his arrival. f' '
grant public u '
to act entitled An'act making appropriations can, oa boarA..the.!Hoboken ferry boat,.*Jamesufiamsey. iL .
fret for repeated fadaies to run agreeably that the location shall be, approved by the of certain harbors and land to the United State: by which the Gen.Uraga,*at'&be'.Jatest."aeconnnifwas ; ,
oeatract for disobeyiac ho Poet Office Laws or for the improvement ., I f ;A.stage mage:aboat>40yta of J- ti'
the mttructieas; Bf the Department; for refusing President as to the position and width of the rivers, approved August thirtieth eighteen three jwwers'.wouldv.have ;ban'boan4 to arching towards the capital, and f it is .rei was'observed to lower aiouelf into the:. 1* (

&e di thatge a carrier whea required by the Depvteeut -. said railroad And provided further That hundred and fifty-two a> relates to Red River renounce all Palm se/under*any taus- j' faWeellr ',willing to recog: water, when the boat wu ordered.to bf cot

to 4o BO; r...P IC the General contractwitb..t if the said railroad shall not be completed .be so construed as to authorize the See stances to acquire Cnba sad to'which the nise Cevallos and also Congress, provided ont,' ,fat some Sheen auasOes elapsed..'

'' u. assent sf the aforesaid Postmaster orfortranspertiag -; within two years and if at any time after tary of War to award the contract for the the latter will reform the constitution. fore it could be done by which time,bctv : : is

vnaaiagaa pcrjoas express or passengers' as ,.eoatainlng mails its completion the said railroad be discontinued removal of obstructions the navigation of able protest of Mr Everett,commnnicated Cavellos bad issneJ a proclamation opening dead. ';remained on the topof he.waler. _

bhawttenomtoftAemaiLT. or.a.-aDdoned the pant shall cease aid said river,occasioned by the raft,to the person to Congress,'wu'tb4: jesponse. The Iead the ports-of.a.Maxatlaa,San Bias,Tasnpieo all ,the time witi. bas, facs dowawarda .

ThePostmaster General may order aa inenekicfserriee determine.Approved. or persons who for.the.:amount 'of theappropriation bg presses of London,have.recognized the VeraCraz. ,,and. Camargo,;abrogating There rraa nothing in bit pockets hi a few :S

oa B route by allowing. lie thereforapmtateiscresMMtbeooairaetpay. may January' 7,1953. ,will agree.to'remove said obstructions good 'senae of 'the.arguments to presented by. tbe tariff laws' previously, in force.'arrived. ., scraps of silk and. dotJ,and : Alabalros at
alMBroor bo allowing,withn -I ,' and keep said navigation free When steamer pearaaceof biahanilc. tapposedfcs
iaereaat ofspoed, '
ibmiu England :
{fPraijc ACT No. 6.] for the of Mr. Everett. The;,Spectator YeraCrnz'ueitementensuedthepeo; wuatah7ot-NesarkN.J.
the reotricUoM the law.B pro rata crease irom the same longest period time ) "JIII'1 t: aclMoan
.f pay Cor the additional doek.r carriers if any. AN ACT making farther appropriations for the said contract to be awarded after reasonable should be better engaged than iD any : ple' generally'wpposSag-lhat' Santa'Anna .. IP ... ..
ThVoBatnetor however,ia the ease of Inseam eoBCtraeUan /radiiatM Territory of IBs- public nouee., new-&ngl d'alliaaee .wiA' teslo raaatiFranceJ was apasnnfer.' .Ht has.many adhertatsKaxloe RYYVaDS,,'U' :Vaanrau fe, i dht f
of speed relinquish the contract by giving,. aeeota. ; 3. at..f Ctas, Hone:of Delegates of:P ie :' "
prMuptaeiiee tow Department that be prefers House Approved .r&D1Wf1.1 t, : two sad the ?',
Be it enacted by the Senate and of a bin Capon the pfieci. .
4dng--.GaIn r Ie tuning way the order also onrteB diseoafarae Representatives of the United States of America [PomeA Baourno.-No..s.i "Tbe 'declaration ;of Lone Ifapolsen'sscribe 'JA&eai. a ). pie to authoriz VJj construction Y a'rail.i; i, ;,

the rinses a*pro rate decrease of pay,ifBeaDewoBomeatVs in C ottembledtTtai the following .' RESOLUTION In relation to the CensofB- )_ f.Grani. i' e':iCajsiqpae.lnat his '-1' o; Atbotros road'from' CQAberhutd Ga wsetwa4 .h
oompeasatloaoa theSBnaat same of money be,and they are hereby tutu from the Stato of California. master is >gomi$' W tasks tnwcopgaeats by -. ;>' :The : in;.connsetiaa'witbtbeyir6iara.aad'teDao t 'j. ;

dMpeaeed with whenever ia lab opmoa appropriated for construction of roads in the Senate*and House ,of steani navigation izabJD has arrived from Vera Crux'Amongtbeengers nessee railroad ,A meeting;at'V".w n/I :
the pablm fatitaiU_. the same, or Resolved by Albert Spicer. and Stewart:
aot require moved before are : '
which Gen..,,. nsohttions
resolution the other :
the of Minnesota in addition to dsy, adopted
Territory 'u3rng'
SB be the United States America
east desires to supersede it by a different Representatives of of 1b former left the city of Mexico'on the ", }
trade of traaiportaUoa.eVPaymeaUwin the sums heretofore appropriated for ,the in" assembled' That the 0 Secretary the American Senate protesting against the American the Legislature.to put charter of,JBCOTpciration r' .
colonization of-America,andbyshe. llth inst, with fare Laastraaion?'of hosd ''
for Uae.mo1r1' European
be made same objects,by the ad approved July eighteenth any a tai
of the Interior "required to append and also '.
.BoQeotloBs of drafts oapcetmartots or other- correspondence in-wbkh Miuster for.W. lie whh the Maaasaes Gap ;;'
or eighteen hundred tndM to wit: f1f published, = connecting rates;;
of the Suite; and -r
wSea,after the of each Quarter, ia the census returns the Tripartite Tehuantepee contract,' sealed ; '',
oxpiratioa say .Government farther "
American rejected taaaliwfmka
irom the at point not west; of
of road "Point a
.., For the construction, a, .
F.kw ey MAY..1.. and -- nia,made by that State, to the'ft10lt thereof delivered for A; G. Sloo.nThree s hundred .v ft
and ; Winefce- f
.ireatyfor posses- the enandoah passing5
a The sMeaois aeeerding to the Douglass the Mississippi rrrer;to the sails 0 'tie gaaranteeing >y
an fivea '
ol '
'in at of already
% -on"aceount it have
ourse ;
now preparation dollars I
14 b---n,i bairn* locreaeed pay win be or rapids of the Saint:Lonis river of Lake Census Office :.*". r moD cl Cuba' to Spain. ., ,- let, to intersect the Bafiimore and Ohio road a' ; i
a1ewN,mto.Y tMJ..peaaer than advertised Superior the most direct and convenient i *Mr:Everett,has the ineri-of;having been paid; the,bkeJuaa.. y'mmeDt not farther;west than the'mouth oi tiw",, HL
Kthe.tin to be spend be oesMeUy stated.KLTherostmaAer by thousand ;Approved January 1853. .f set forth',Tery dearlylhe rationale,jof the and the .Commissioners'have left for the age river. This would gnu that seetidn ttf 1
between '
route those points,twenty t '
Ges real is prohibited by "deliver the road to Sloo. .Con
,Jila..Gonmmatiwhile'rapectiD1he1 Isthmus, h
Jaw from kaowla-gly makiag a contract for the dollars for the construction of a road from -.C Pmtio BrjoumoH-No. 4.], eronndiott which Buasioners have also'been appointed totreatwitfL the State is said aa'aycoouiion" wUfc;_ "
territorial. riJhta ofSpain, the Cumberland Coal aod wiA Fred,
lrsupertatfmofthemailswUhaaypenoBwheshaQ Point Douglass to,Fort Gaines,>now Fort ABESOLUTION'afowint'to'eertaia esses to iCoba 4he.. :' lFiinsterrelativeto the region,. .wo. .,nt

am entered tits rat proposed to eater into Ripley,ten.aDd dollars; for:the con- the owners steamers farther tima to make .wiU.reteiosufrerthesequisi6onofbyany.Faropean : and.protection.iof%the Isthmus.. ericbh and..Eitlimond. .;. "l".1P't ':Y .,im
and ia -" "
say eombmatioB to-prevess the aomktsg ef any of; road from the mouth'Of Swan the necessary preparations to bring their vessels powerf <; referring l
J4for a mall contract by aoy other penoaorpeneos atracboa a wttlOn the provisions of an act enti&Jed"Aa act to the! acqalsition/flf lToridatLoaisiana, .The:,X zieaDBoaru1a1i Commissioners$ :auDrvL Exnasiex o.iiwre .i: 'ci t 1
,or who shall hare made any other agree- river or the -expedient''point; ;.near it to amend sand t entitled'au set to provide for and California,ifae merieaD.-.tatca- also'arrif edin; theare en 'Bou.a:;''TbeEltlalag' h''(N. C) j LIM'il' ;

meat or daft hue given performed or prom north or south of said rivet,to the,Winne-,I' the better security of the lires of passengers onboard Texas m&n'-fhows that the=.opinion'which aesigniCabanhigoateljttohe ronle-for'Matamoraa,to.:meet the AmcricanGomtniasioaemriY rcgrrta to learn ttat;oo tfa 14A nwamt;; fl ubattuD !
bed to SiTe w perform U, oandenUoa what faago:agency at Long Prairie, five thoBMnd; of,TemelsproppeUadtB whole otis part 0 t 5 W '' a
.nr,K&e do. er sat t.do any rbhg whaterer do11arI. and for the construction of a road ,by steam* and for other purposes," BpuiovadAoguet Union, aa the key' ol t _. caw mifl Ol '! : .; t
feeder to Mast otber person eighteen and ie::not limited to:the order tear Sffliibcld,(lollu._ "'''f .ts t
any >penoB thousand thirtieth, Jumdnd fifty-( the Mississippi, ..I'..i i.eav =
...for a mail .odd. Pa trUoalaratteB- f rom Wabashaw Mendota five two. '" of the-Lone Sorbet is in fact a national ,: '_y ,.' .. g _-, ..1 .. szro bytle; expteswo < "'ltf tex
ofa -
Jim 9ghwmdoo dollars aadfor and laying pat -' I t
lleaBe4 of UM act of U86.
&he thssnrvey J
; ; ie
'rst"e r"a.c't'fi 4eek'plaes seetltM w-Mr. tP
W'I ,Resolved by the b'auttt and Boase P'reattatiea gpiaioi1'{ 1 xaToN;Feb.18,1853. .
eombl.stion -Ildt r' road from to the mouth : : .iW t.te..er.
t -IL Aba Deceived aeW ioie,vise 4th of military the Missouri, ore of the United Slates, qf; ca .'>*Aa :to' -'.the tnioral% a1b* !:.fa'.no ,I fc.f. ,c- .* -SENATE.Mr.'rCooper ., Peal insoe;tke wer..Mf.:.WiBs BeV .4t
ol Sioax 1'I''OQ .
BIJ -j .F. ; 1\ .a son of Ae ptopnetor wgy <'iII j.I j.
% rLBtAM tidied* hojrmvBBtydi to-be via Congrm.assembled-TtuA any inspector place:or lime to discos item'ylrat.it>
by law.wr that.ombhe thousand dollan.. Tbisaid road; of steamers appointed tinder theact afore. to remarked't"'thi a'1 ep1iFrance spoke.for overt an boor. ; iaopposition ilted..Two'moo;aee...Ient : ,

In_amt of as.t b..suidaod constructed iso der the direction of the Sec Dud;.ale not furnished t"Reasonably,,with ,the and E*>bdwai frosdy:irrafothlanittedpt"1d ,to th'Pacific' BaHroad.bill, and several yarffl,.aal owtiealyF bet;alt.'insF t i
la ea.ptitMa wWa.a ,pvpomatoaaoms'4.islsmsro.at. of. War to xeatouftfi to be : JsTor of&M jr;Brtdaead'sTr *atittltf frA {
rrfary ,Est' : -of discharging hiidaty/a who shallbesatisfiedwbeaan mainUin"'a'!decayed and in I. getotiskJ-hntt _Mr.Tloatasb 'tle.
: e nttbfki.brApfrovedJ : & which; atriTtes 'joatall, aftWtbaolaueaa&isestt'provie wlo was ia tie eels at..'.eels'' 'tw :
a bIM.r may,leeinters die traaaportm. .. nroHed, licensederng ; 8iAki Dowel>y i t ..*against = rineer; .
1K f
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maasd fcr by tit fctm MmmMt fa JHaeult or OB ry.' f853 :+itered steamer is Inspected. ".by hire and ths; march-of: stnsdT lef inarr Oft ;'teftaMSagtiM0p-ia irayea sMztorrelsheaeythwg I
i n.$ .IcabI.eerUfa giaxms;'to"'It"" ". found deficient in ihezeq wre entu.madebystaid '. i lIIti ieer- sarviy and expJoraHen of the c .. e.n 4laesunatoay', $ d .
7 .
.ef.onngasaa,_.&e.-.u. ate A -No:1r t with a view to'ucenaUU"C" Soh '
ire as.M"1Nt arw i
act atsaAomisaions-arenot cow sot'f net kA01f.! ;
, !h.s_.d aambid. or EMBtbs A$'ACT'aiteh"inIcra of delete J':1 ? ; roate for tbe'construction of .' L.1I.
.. cable bexoadIdiBrradhed'e' be rbls aw4naced lIa'
""an II C.. -warwith Great) to mrea&srmt 1 tamred. 'anyla .aegleel ol Jhe Joweerinaster that she. .is died f lacllsat :;! soffeasi, "
= / hat tae tejeMI *" .
If 3SFV" 01', air AI y aaeaai I sin and,.t ; be esay;'/pint, upon,appDcat'um .t' ;# '.:;..ttu-aot.UaOM'p.11e ,. .. bf thealwefcr ., 1oi"E 1"t c",-" r wazosiee

".U fuffiji. e naybeb.Io.orar,. .Z Zia.'.,e_, rr_+,ws.._."s uuu.... ,:r of,h w 6 dV acQ farther Ia loae'wbedtEttg>ttad'i sd tbM '. oft K. ; 'r,'i"'I." el; t. [ &Ktif :it's' tbceIjridased. .J.Jr
w l.hrt M.t.ol to' whfarrivsl 'JIr lI adediiieaey 4if whetfa $ebider
ltd iato
'Br itmaiteia i ...Ue ilea.. sees rid art
ea**. .. :1 :Mason aabesss*fee Sale issasaeM t
n 0eawyBroposs41l r = tY ie & .. weeds;by'IsiNeetiea' "arili
nIi-ieat.idl dae
i #, feet_beiaj4eeea ; 1 d'al
MfBito+ limo
s. .a vua rrmmJag 4 'iAs .. to Ibe biH. ad aq+ od to retet.ilMr. JIG
,. : Via.ead BO'mail.coaae.. .PIII.J1e age CtHftta amemUed,:.Tbat it slag sad Igsnoe to make all necessary, prepstattoeeM endty 1t -} .. Ca;: \(\.. i JBsevf a araaibec (brit
.ma tam e4aYSl.nal thaw. for the.dar ".M k W for: sf;.:.in! *e"fete make such TesseiaerTmefcnery. aod apip t .fa i sbs is_f+at to "tea.taiitiopt,01'ley .ilr2 tbeeWwswasiiRlCssit +ena a

'f w ... fs'smahrr.r IIl. war wills 6 :.*,'.to smlmst' iMa f '_Maaiatiro ..of .s1 ( 11lt;" : ." .. ,- ,-,--, -.p.-, aty,, ,,
,;t hstthguea .,. f.rpBtfarf ..allowed saaaB 1C ISO IaraliootMl 1" soetiee : C '
: ,= .i f .{ .Toaeey coanauiieel af a,tt.-l{ eoeay
st 1 1t
is n. glee et ""Ib ., aaly' dePs shathe4ier Jsq 1 .> ,xx f k"k } teed
brwairid. s.rwtbiristihmirtM bandied. aiti 6iq .I/YZ
; ,.aU Jtsjtslirs's Ut 1 et.efm.
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\. C.sulIrbI.flstal. I iiiiniiA.REIllL1C'AL Southern- and. "Western Reading'Room.. ';' I1'-.4rrivoi D/I&- Arabia. > ": ; "" SaUl'Oatl'JIeeU_J'.,'taYtiIf.. ,' {.", 1 '. 5' A: -,CAHD.FLOKIVJI-."-. : .,- .

I. K' namrJ r -- 1 : :i .pahImnore.fFe eel> !! Later from. EDI'Op'. r T "' i c f i rt eti t'I I Says,: &fL& ;FeV..ttnl333.
Qharlrt-J) Jnnen lia
nuut wrn re : ,
: I The nndersigBcd; the
l.n passengers on *
trntV wntenewl In the vtatea' PKfon ,at e hv S eJ' rj -k: FEn.steautsh1p4rabia .>23-: or ait iT ln I FIoti4flai1roaIfousel i deem-it.vdu! to.Cap' .Wmey, and the

I fHartfntdwhtrl "t tmrrbi"n o'e of {1J1f1 n)t : !o'4 ofTrade I Captaindihs,4s N 1 .tt: ojatUrdayi. boat commsjad, to express tbeir admirable

lhe. t'I.le.,1'ifmi| 1 s n>e"rjioT the Thund: ;, t f eJt \ lr tM.er54'cjesteifletqung' r1qat1Mport: from LivfrpobU l $he/tef! I 1 sr s'\r tteJlt ch ttf mllnl.reSted' the staunch qualities th*, Boat,ppreeiaUoaof and
div. } u1 fiH y4 jfaforbr tbMcrpre94 their
originally kInnge1tc-1ontpeier; .) m'V fO thot&he' 12tb Jn8ft >wng reit of tba_ discretion
, 1rC.omfort nbFtrlbeJTas SCUM energy and
In'Vtrmo\tt hut for tlirre'.yrnr*or more has days later accounts than those. brought by The amount ol stock eanianKke
,. Iiiiformatloi anil (convenience Southern andWestern added to previous amonnt, conduct of the Matter, as exhibited during the
i flourished nnonl ,'nl1 ciirtrl. H's: peneral w.'t : the Pacific.; : $13,000'hieb,

plan of oltf'minn11'| ; to rffert jrrfnj piety, ; Merchants, their friends and others.. The,,. Liverpool III rke t*! :'''- makea$9 QJ ,Tbomab CoWaty.-n. N- 23tI ." .
aca., 1'iM--ln l rhft. 1nmlkt1f'1'P'markable tjtrn. 'Ifoom' locafe3Vw rk iSir'e? -t Adams.w. -- "t,0TTON.-The .ot''t'h'1 ''amonnt 'Agent of the' Company has been invited lo of the undersigned to experience the annoyaie

''kW for hi* nlltntfnn in his 1eThinti' makes inquiry of.Jor : person named is to 50,000 bales, of \"hich.sl'er.nl.1tors took another portion ofjhe County on Saturday; of the only f!! i2I nbjii > 1ftq&1 j iao.t.

dat 9t } n, ; n fcrr. nnd 'a tifMatinurlul Edward or Michael Timmons,.at., VG 9r m' &-vi Co.'s"building:.t ; and furnished W. '* in *thehandsomest 20OOO..and'Jexporttrs.!3QOa.:bale's.Since l 'ne:1t/'Whelp it frs1 presumed, he will. receive tho Florida nas been running let ween Charleitomand. T

4 prnwm ctiuMntitly and ,frequently, City, Florida East." The writer Fay, YJlit to be Ihe general resort the sailing of the Ame,ica the lower grades an additional subscription. ..Palatka. ,For. this,. however,they art wett.

it u be JMJe nftrrnoon calls! or' hung abonttheVOres to.Jm.. of city! and. country ,merchants, and have declined .earIY.id., Ihe--finer qualities We have 'conversed 'with'-tomeIenll ass fed that neither the Captain nor hU boat II-
; :.;, of l.ii" Iri ul., Fpyfii; out gods ( object .iff,one:of the deepest interest, merchants from abroad. remain unchanged. men since the meeting on Saturday who responsible. They, on the contr"-'Ieq lider

',4t to A* PJTPfW.vf-Jltal'riiC them, he wa Should 'any,of. our'reade'rs know. ,of such a f wP i Ji/ii f >:.T j The following-* tbej qnotnljons. :-Filt have not yet subscribed, but intend doing themselves indebted nndcrscaworthine Pto,1Jen e:t't\.O'"l
u KtiFtt AW*frrc.Jlp.1 fcooj hook with much person a*the one inquired for, i if they will (or. The Critic come again.* Orleans 6l.; Middling Orleans 5idf; so. We think the County may be safely f.s;'of the one and they

' 1! devotion. He roiild brat a \\liole crovrJ" UpIandsjBjd.! ; Middling Uplands! 5idv ,, _'' : put down etween$150.000alld$200,$200r* other-JJK'.J.M.tor getting aoThjhrougbsltLQa" i**l"the. ('

ttrflJ i'f'ntJ"11 7ifu btlf" ifl 'n1 OJ communicating\ "s'the..JnfortiOi Ukepl!=to --t Otir'neighbor is staggered aponr expression t The"market. dosed wilh' a inoderatear. t .000.. 5-" Of-the.amount. <. of".stock"- S aubseribed,. .. :.:for--..t LfEonsidcritble difficulty and some peril e ,
; I OI'N ''' it kwkirtjr.pioaK. .II 1iad. lutc .. ... >':fcn/b/J.'J.and 'embodies irt what he uemanu.L-----I in this voimty, lucre are aooui to( .siiaic- 1I4 .

.c l a l g.'mlirn tinunlnaner anH when) lifeeastfiowo.iisJie 4be inquirer. We know whole
Florfd.-i that'mentioned. CONSOLS 991.Purtherlmttelilgomicq subscribed for $40,000 of the
frequt'Gtl! dil..hs-fuU: owl- in i East. as are quoted .
5 as'follows.' 'Corcoran will have l -r.-- mu t Fairbanks.! : S. R.Wondram'1 "
; fitiliggs to. _. : 'V '
.1 keeyevJ puckered liisovat Jipv be\f.d:: 'S r" t-t :: .. 1NoUee. -'. amonnt; : : )
: a fplendid'jiiclurrof.tUviKif: \viylom.Bat f: ,,_ .:, .< ,. knock under: rs v ,' by the&r.bla.iAn :1- The corps of .engineers arrived here"on, J. F..131th wqod,, ,. F( Meyer.'; *" ""i**
insurrection had broken out in: Milan '. completed the II. L. Fremyre,* f. G.R.,Meyer;' "fl. )
. TT to thetlose o1'4rv'tr4his pft'.rgirnuiypr: Where does he (our otemporary) imagine Saturday morninghaving '
r:} Milled cokl|wijy, selJisll/nnd l competely The following r outionta: passed al a Billy Bowlegscan raise thefunds to retaliate (Austria,) on the' .6lh.n'nst.i, which' lasted survey from Brunswick this.'place* Yes :: G. C Powers -'(X"Vl Stewart, A '..1 f.
ijjpcting-of the V 5l.John's Church, until the 8th ,inst. The ,Austrian accounts experimentalsurvey J. A. Skinner It L '
I' '* Iy beartbrsnf! >|*arntue: winch, marks> theI' strf'f tenfold' up.)' us-if we should have terday,1; they commenced an k Ridgill,

deliberaie'arul jci4culatii'iriUifn.! | "' l Jackso'nvillcon, ultimo :' the rashness to ofler'elghU hand red dollars say thai only five persons were killed, the 'of'the' Albaiiyline; and.wjn'run\ r ,an D. S. Davis,, .__ ,S,>.D.F.iIoort.* _._ *' ,* ..\
i Tbt.lt'lI aj-pcals la 'Ju'iv rnlilird tvery Resolved, That inasmuch a public cemetery for Indian scalps or ,Indian'prisoners; ?'* Patriots say.300.i *The barracksVereal- ex permentil: ; line (rol1'Albany-in the direc- -. mfnn ] r .
I' n ,
t family 'beck.4e. ami tacked,and the garrison massacred. Order lion of Sharpe's store, in Lowndes County.. ARRtVALO OF PASSENO n&r *
!,f WHH_ admitted has teen l'roviJeIno: further, burials The teeming(confidence, in' the 'pi'thincst
, 'wL almost* efery*% person i #* i h'iib"\\IIIn1:! be ca pjucontact.'Al c! J will.be allowed the grounds,belonging, : of was finally restored by a proclamation from The whole distance: from Brunswick to I" {JO-For passengers per stf amer Florida. Fab.
upon of this : renvnds much '
; 'nn? time he $e'u p'asan Episcopalian to the Church,' and that public notice of the question, us very Kossuth and Mazzini, which was posted. Thomnsville! is.156 miles, 1,580 feet, The.r 23, from Charleston, see.names attached toCirdCBy
the reply of a veritable Indian," when The latter had gone to Switzerland to watch informed is one of the :
1'1; 'preacherj thlftV .. same shall be given in both of the Newspapers route, we are *teamerJCarolina"from CiarTeston/pib.:
ue trimmed hi j* ;J',nit; with; crt.!llv hroa.1elothtn'ridt'Utr.frinffc of the; town. asked' why helooked so hard, at 'an empty i events. A rising was looked for elsewhere; most favorable character-that there will 27.-G .Roman, and lady, Ms, -Henry, PB

\'iikhhflthT] stolen ... A. S_ BALDWIN'" Secretary.., \yhiskey' barrel 'which he thought contained Austria and France were sending Jroops to be but little-fillmg or avaling-l.ut few Dudley lady, child and 'rervt.- } Ar .\ Large
I at Dein"SdoTe' ;. atit'h hi.tt'n Oo\s hepaid "JH---- --; T---; .i" '" Lombardy and Rome. Last accounts say bridges' l to, build,, and} thai with one or twopcceiitions. MM Collier, C G Uobinson and Idav': s M B ryan -
; ; the ardent. "There .are," said: lie, that order ha.l beeti"restored after toni'will 0 W Choate, K 6 &)lgcrton, Dr J.Harrison.
f..f !l many arrests not be subject 'to
It ibrVpiiliMilHlilpJ': bp-'k: ,. hymnbook : : I1bu 'Itnl ;.t ute. _.n_. -. the : JV Carle, B Marrow.. .
made three
i1e'initI "about a thousand songs and fifty fights in were and l'er80nshot. account of Irgh: water. :
/and nlft< e'affirclaJir.rplendid on
.t ? ; :SCIUH' injury I By steamer\Ve aka. froia Savannah, Feb.27..
i French iu of We acknowledge to'receipt of a pamphlet that barrel." The citizens gei.erally took no part.: ThoniaM-ille! is 122 feet above tidewaterat
I : : cuijlains one coiner. -For Jacksonville---Mr Uphatnj JS Kcwcr; Mr
;i the rii'an; screen. bebit4whictihe dressed i entitled *,'Regulations of the AlachuaMiliiary m.m .-. Ins believed: that Montenegro affair Brunswick. Langley, LAlartair, lIwkiM.tiulart..

1 \ 'in' his,silk'robe. He''slide! ;bee curtainsfrom' Institute,"* cated' fewiuansvil1e, The. Tallahassee papers both deny reporremanaling'rom would lie speedily ended by negotiations. A Uztey S W"ltcr. G 11, l'AiT; W Baiiey.Ir
The British had formally annexed Peyn Two Hew Territories.Bills IJoguth.Ie LellaJ. l'.. ioterior-J,Va-
;itit Mr' :t. liti'd all'Othe'ollk for hisv; Easl Florida. We learn from section Isl of papers in Georgia, and threatened to take Ava, and depose the \is. Mr Fojken. U Martin, J L A.I.iinwall.Mis*
tt robe; and he bnifc lntor Fl.'T.frr's Cfnuch the 1st article that this institution under the movement was on foot in ,Middle Florida, Monarch 'if he does have passed the House of Representatives llaUey Mrs A I) 1I1l1..ey. JAG ra.r.' A V Hal-
t m in Dnhlirl: ''hnd ftoV Faber Brsidy's: robp, this and ,. not quietly establishing the Territory of Washington soy U L 15rown, \V Dull G EH.,1; H ain. C I>
division of State
tif utnltasaattera- I tron ,wluch the r-tolen control of a Board of Trustec, was organized favorable to a : submit.The. out of the Northern portion of Oie- Dawsc C \VV orecstcr, C Price, C W Wolfe,

' ) BiLk'a'rna e.'ii1.!i 'lie a's o stole ihe silverfrom on the 1st of last month. Its general' the annexation of the Middle and the West, commercial: treaty between Austria gon, and the Territory of Nebraska, out of Mr fchaw, S Thomas. r. !
Feb. 25-return
trip-For Jaeksotn'iUe-Mr
Prussia has been ramified.Commercial. .
r and
,f cha11ceniid; stht. ,other! .Htdes,! the features arc similar to those of other'educational .1. respectively, to Georgia and Alabama, leaving the Indian region west of Missouri. and Cano\a and family, S -pcne<5r. Mr MiMters and

,.. Ch ui. organizations in which military discipline the.East to be soverei n" still. We RICE.-The Rice market was declining. Iowa, and extending to the Rocky Moun lady. Miss Uern nM3. Northward A William
:t, A honHhis fittle be 0 :, MrPbywcMegM J
vent large Qnarterman LAspinwall
time, or a I.Jte'r, tains. These bills were passed by -
ii to a" Da'pilf\\ :rriau 'olUCr);. j'"t on.Ins stolen and instruction! arc Llended with ordinary should think sufficient evidence had long MONET.-Ine lon'' market was un- majorities. Judging from the history of the J S Turner Mr DBYH, R a"ek.Mr
been afforded that this was not a disunion I. cbange.1.CONSOLS! llobcrts, Livingston, Mrs llnywood. K Howse
scholastic '
.: I robe, placed the bible, bought with stolen studies. are quoted at 99}. paM, both Territories will be soon askingfor L E Gained W A JJrooks, Mr Xeale,. E Atkineon. -
::l;:4 properly, upon the,table,, rested one hand The following arc'the present Trustees : State. admission as States. .
\t this holy ,and his round .
pop, rolling l"ro 1lla.'a."a., ---
President L. 5 .J
Dr. J. G. DelL George
:; dull eyes languidly upward and pointing! the ; Correspondence of the Republican. "SOLID MEN OF ObToy.The origen of SHIPPING LIST. -
Brown Philip Dell William Dell Stephen, in work --------------------------------------------.
t forefinger of his 1'I'ralff'd right har.d heavenwariJ Arrival of the Steamship Black r.NEw.YoaE this phrase i is explained a new .
KEY \\rES1', Fcb. 22J. 1833.C. POUT OF JACLS0NVILLE. -
.4 he,;l od tut his l.fcencj'; In this way Fa
g; rl was taken, and Miown around among his In connection with the design of this institution .- DREW, Esq.-Dear Sir : The ship Black Warrior has arrived at this port by the Municipal authorities and ", ,ARHIVEO. : ,j l"
l trehdsasa fine Ue 'a'd for the Howard, from New Orleans, bound to some other bodies, from 1770 to 1852." '\vi .
t Ihing. j observe that writer in one of from Havana, whence she sailed on the 18th public Feb 21 Brig AustraliaVy11e. I s U ,
we a
1 ': likeness from monertllel' from Mr. Dean, I part of Europe, put in here in a leaking inst. In coming out of Havana the. Black We learn from the New York Ejening .. ,Montilla, Thurbcn., N. r .1 ,'

:v andbe stole the outride case from another the Tallahassee papers urges the importance condition, loaJed with cotton and provi- Wan tor was fired into by a Spanish man- Post that the appendix to the work.contains 23 Schr James Brown Eowri.. '! '. '4'

:t: gallery. oi a reorganization of our State militia system of-war, before she could hoist her colors. the entire stanza from which the 'men of Adelaide Ha!ken,' "-" .: 4.u.
14 .. But after seiies of similar tricks and sions. Several vessels have put in in distress Booton raised their \solid' 'tites.! It runs ." .
and renewed attention to the military The barque Martha Anna Captain Babcock. 21 Lucullan, Lnfkin, [ '.
1tii crimes he ,discovered tried! convicted and been condemned. Nothing important -! ...a..t tX.. ...
; ) vvas Savannah bound Havana
wants of our State, with reference to its peculiar from to when oil : 27 Tiocesta, Caton, Boston,tJH," i, .
:l:, and sent' to I'lrison for four .\ears. When from Havana. the coast of Cuba, was fired into by the "Solid men of Boston drink no strong potations; .5 t- '.
.;i.-i he was peizcd'i by the Sheriff his duplicity: geographical position, and its supposed Yours, &c. British frigate Va>ta, on suspicion of being a Solid men of Bostou make no long ration*; CLEARED. .,
; did not desert him, and he fainct to be crazy.Tbe'accouiit .* l peril fiom elements of danger in our slaver. Solid men of Boston, go to bed at un-down 21 D K Arcy Nickersonw Vork.
-r Health Mr. & And you'll never lose lOur way like the 'Iggcr- 23 ".
. says: r' midst.: The Plank lload. of King, e. beads of LondonIt Orion Pcttingll! Boston.

: "Deputy SheiifT Alilen. just before his removal From these indications of a desire to elevate The health of Mr. King was no better. writen to commemorate an adven- 03 Eljirah Small Wilmington.J. .

'"./1 found from him in the county jail to Wltber, leh the military taste, and systematize mil At a meeting of a portion of the citizens He had left Havana and gone to Matanzas.; ture of was Willam Pitt, Mr. Dundas, and Lord .-..--- ." _._. .T-_'
r.t his and
bunk diny playing'possum. of Columbia county, assembled in the CourtHouse lie despaired recovering.Mr. had been with Mr. '

: I. '. Alden. ILin'clelll.ii, to get up and itary .habit among our I.eople, we think lit- at Alligator, on Saturday, the 26th ..King had a misunderstanding ThnrloTliey Jenkinson, out of town, and dfnipg on their way .H.II., BOURS, :'k'
; ; to wash 'and shav himself lie made no tle favor be expected from them to the the Captain-General of the Island Caneilo -
may called the somewhat from wine ran NOTARY PUBLIC;
ef' but rolled his amlooked ult., Col. JOHN C. PEI.OTE was to hack, jolly they
; reply,, up eyes up who waiving all visit
etiquette to
chimerical and doubtful mode of "still hunting" agreed the "pike'" at Wimbledon. The keeper was .
to Heaven.'My cove.'t-aiJ .Hen.! cairt Chair, and STIflING SCARBOBOCOII requestedto JACKSONVILLE. E. FLA. 'I
'p'u him at
time but failed
an appointed to do
. : which the News continues to a (fellow and he fired a gun; loaded
that recommend savage
. r' rlay .It will be a bad job for !
you. act as Secretary. so. Mr. King reminded him of his failure.
\viih. _sluo-s.. after them. under the pretence
... .
..' No Believes and. in the Seminoles. -.-, -'-- -
._ living man you are crazy, rocting oul" when Caned I '
I called but
. immediately
hour Col. Pelote, in a few pertinent remarks, was that he mistook fiem for thieves. Capt. Wanted, .
I_ Je'. : Gen*..Wel tha es't you mcii' will mi'c.in hare, yc Wethersficld'u in such apair'of Florida Episcopal Convention. explained the object of the meeting to be the refused King left admittance.for Malanzaa However cards, before inter-Mr. Morris: made this adventure the theme of A TEACHER. to take chnrjre of tbe "Jacksonville -" .
were what he called! an American song, in whicha 111. Male Ael dtlDy..IOCAled at Jack '
traces that see the minute calling of a convention of the citizensof, Columbia -
: )'ou'l ftUI We have received a of the Journal changed, Yankee tells the story, with suitableembellishments. sonville. Ecst Fl ri,1at the salary of w (AoNraii'l -
't1 you took that way j-lml i if you behave county, lo assemble. some future Telegraph lit Cuba, Markets, .fcc. diJir*per annum. He rnnst.bo well qualified -
: )'ourst. and don't play 'poss-uui, or pretend of the Fifteenth Annual Convention of the for the of The contract for building the Telegraphicline to teach the CIa-sie,,together with the Jailt"f
day, purpose giving be found in the
encourage whole
!. :,"b, l you: wile {rented as kindly Protestant Episcopal Church of the Dioceseof : on the Island has been awarded to M r.Kennedy The song can erl>Dinrrjo" of};nti ment to the Plank Road enterprise. Lyra Urbanice, published long ago in Lon- accompanied wi'h'reCerenee" &&,
i ; : ar the naltlc of pn.-on: di! .ciplne! vi1I'bIg Florida! held in Tallahassee in January of Philadelphia., The price to be don. Before Mr. Webster quoted these to te wade to the undersigned.; : .
permit. Now like your : This little The following preamble and resolutions paid him is $225 per mile. A S. BALDWIN, \
adJitcaJiad a wondciful cbn.ce'eC1J IOI) hilt .. .I last. The annual. address of the Bishop, I were unanimously adopted, to wit : The demand for Sugars is good. Stock line, Hurke had used them against'Sheridanin It after! E.';A.. rc0TTE t_.- .,: "

He got up, talked fas enougli, pronvsed contained in tfie. prbceeJiiigsralludeif in appropriate I 30,000 bo,,,". the Honse of Commons. was L 1LM, ,PEABSQN.v", : .
trPlunk Road 5 'allnslolto
Whcreas.tbabLIil'drigof TJiirke had "ratted"-and i in ) his ".
, 1:, to behave' Chared. and! brushed! upland quit ;Jerms. the death of Bishops from Jacksonville to Alligator has become a former friend's habits, of much talking and mar3.C '"" '"" Trcatee. .

: play1nj' 'ro!"*t and ,went down: like a rational Gadsilen;' of'South Carolina, Hensb aw, O( certainty, and whereas the citizens of Columbia Later front Havana. much drinking.: Sheridan retorted by- two Whowantsto-mzure-hlg .ue ? : k .

.1 .1, Unldsmillt'enlil ri'cal: friend Rhode Island, and Chase, of Illinois i a* county are.deeply interested ut its ARRIVAL OF THE ISABEL. other lines of the same song: THE Undersigned wouldtake .this ojipbrta-? I.

, r'1ir: or Sam Weller's companion, Epbrami, Mr Jeiikin.AIred, xrell as of two Rectors connected wilh this early Be completion it resolved :That, a Convention of f the The Savannah Republican has advices by : "lIe went attended to Daddy: J &kr. ly. Trimmer HaH generally tii inform t. he has his removed old frit-nffeand from hid the old poblio stand '

: : Jingle, that used to pump lip his tents so Diccesi;Rey. Robert E. Parham, of- Quincy citizens of this be called to assemblein the Isabets arrival to the 22d ult., by its Good lack in such company, how his morals and set up '-"- '- ,

fast, were slow in.clmllarif:11 with the and Her. of St. Au county usual files must be mended!" The .
: Chailes Benjamin Wright, the Court House on the third Saturdayof : Drug'Store "
pious Y. Ere. Putt.SPKCCLATIOXS .
J'ns.-N. Jenkinson that time chief
r,lstine. March next, for the purpose of affording The "Aurora11 of Matanzas, of the 18th Jenky was "; at in a moro, pleasant and convenient location.

IN COAL LANDS IN NOhTUCARLIA..The The portion of the aJJress alluding to our citizens an opportunity of conferring ult., announces the arrival there of the of "the King's friends, and supposed. to be Those nialiing to secure Fresh Drags at.low"
of this important the person who rewarded political "rats. prices will fiud it,.to their advantage to call atNo.
r : Fayelteville (N. C.) O1.Z'i freely together upon the subject steamship Fulton, with Mr. Vice President ,
: events \\as referred to a special committee Sheridan's hit told.
; server,' f' tlu I5lh Mates that speculations) impiovement, and to complete the King on hoard. 1,
i to the' motilt of several consisting' Rev. W, D. Harlow subscription of the slock. The Diario has an elaborate defence of Byrne's New;'Building
JIIIJ.cl ,
thOUiallt Scientific Wonder
: .f: dollari'have taken place il Deep and lIon. Walker Anderson, who reported Resolved, further, That a committee of the Captain General Canedo, against the {[J-Aiiother I.nvoR- ; EAV'STKEKTV .

'. .1' -;': coal mines, within the List ii'si days. A firm resolutions expressive of the submissivesorrow thirteen be appointed by the Chair to give charge of the New Orleans press, that he TA3T TO DY8PEPTICS.-.Zr. .J. S. HOUfiHTOWS Pont forget to took for the number! TL .
New York has ( notice of said Convention, and that and the slave trade. PEPSIN, the trw Jpiystice Fluid, or
a JllrclNd e 80,000 ant with which the Diocese bows to the general protects encourages call fur any thing in the lico --
:,:' inter t of one lllr il' ; Taylor lands, said committee be instructed to invite the The Ravels, according to the same paper, Gastric Juifc prepared' from REX.NET; or the BrugSjCnemicals Faliits

:- : owned by Hon. Hugh! Waddell, Judge Nash, visitation. counties of Hamilton, Madison, Alachua are about leaving the Havana for New York. FOCBTH STOMACH OF THE Ox, after directions of Oils Perfumery, ,
'Ji John A. Gilraer, K.-q Dr. McCIciiahan! an'd 'The lied D'ocesan: Convention meets in and Duval to attend said Convention by del. Nothing is said in these files about the Baron L1EBEG the great physiological Chemist Dye tufiS

,. olhe s. L. J. Hughton, l Kq has also. sold Tallahassee on the 7th of January, 1854. egation or otherwise,as they may deem most alleged misunderstanding between the Cap by J. S. HOUGUTON, M. D., Philadel- Spices, Stationery, Books &c.&c. -

, a,1: the right to get coal on JIS I lands.for 10.000 I proper.Said. tain General and Mr.. King. phia. This is truly a wonderful remedy for AV- For tLc qcality uf LM ,Medicine', tho Pnblio

, ,' in cash, and 30 ccnt& lIe ton fur every ton Supreme Court. committee being appoiuted, consistsof. Generally, there is but little of ir.terest in DIGESTIOy, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE Jacksonville.Physicians'are referred .to all the practising Physicia.of"
mined, with condit.on: that lenM these The Diario contains several
: J- .a at as much papers. LIVER COMPLAINT* CONSTIPATION stock and Planters'chests. neatly
, shall be taken annually .as to produce him The Supreme Court commenced its sitting M. Whit Smith, J. M. Crewf, articles showing some"anxiety about the and DEBILITY curing after TCRE'S OWN and carefully pooled and forwarded.

. t) : $10,000'a }ytai for twenty year A copper for the Eastern District: at this place on Fri Geo. E. McClelland, Wm. Townsend, future course of this Republic.The ruoo.liy NATURE'S own AGENT,the GASTRiC lIe will keep on band a lull supply of'SIf R-
.. '.. mine in Uuilfuid coui.ty hn*. !likewise,heeupurchased GICAL IXSTKU.UENT3, of all, .kind* and. .of
t : day last and adjourned over to Monday. Thos. D. Dexter, James M. Baker, Erlfou Arrlvet-The Trial Complete JUICE. Pamphlets, containing Scientific evidence the finest quality. ,
>. b New Yorker
) a, for 6,000. Judges Anderson, Thompson, and Semmes, Robert Brown, L. R. Mickler, of its value furnished by Agents gratis. Also a great variety of Toy* and ,
The firl
.A owner only aked butt'III
$1,500 Jones R. P. Lewis '
John W. 0Cce: the aJvert 3cmc t. sp2-ly FANCY ARTICLES.
seeing the anxiety cf the purthdser to secure are all present. The, chief justice, as we Joseph J. Knigbt, John C. Pelote. We clip the following account of the trial

: it be refund. to sell at !less thU$2.000 learn, was detained in Tallahassee by indisposition Will. B. Ross, trip of the Ericsson, from New York to LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post or Don't not. ,r.Get il to an call Almanac and see patu ns,,whether and tell yon ally boy oar.

I 1'':"'' and lli.il amount ws pronij.ily tendered, which occasioned a failure to open On motion of Capt. J. J. Knight Alexandria, from the Washington Republic.The Jacksonville,Florida Feb-14,1S53, frion.lj en your return what a- fine Store and.'
'. be dco-anded S3.000, and so on until he got the Baltimore, Sun states that, when "let "A K' Stock you have seen. : >-
Court for this District
up to $6,000. On the next day another on the regularly Resolved fuither, That the proceedings' of out, her tun averaged nine and nine and Allen George Knight, Mathew S JNO. M. PAYNE.

.. '. speculator offered him $7,000. appointed day. Eight cases of' appealare this Ncvs.meeting be published in the Republicanand half knots per hour.1 She will remain near a Arnold Autaway., Alberta Elijah S N King King ley.'Iary'John Jacksonville. Feb. 23, I353.. m3-tf, '" ":,1\. I

upon the docket. Washington until after the inauguration of Atherton, Wm K2 Kimball, Edw S 2 "" '
Tine STKAM Fine Ecnr.-We noticed. The meeting then adjourned to Saturday, President Pierce. The Republic says : Andrews, John F LdTiog3ton Jones. DR. S. HcKSWSELj; / ",

'. a short time since the invention of a steam Demise.of Strangers. the 19th,day of March next. "This ship arrived at Alexandria on Mon- Andrews Mrs Letter Ur A Surgeon Dent IjS.fWOULlJ. ;-T'

. .,,isc Fire Engine which had .been successfully ,In the too painfully frequent occurrence i JOHN C. PELOTE, day afternoon from the! mouth of the Potomac Bnnkcy, Benjamin B LeorrabeC Leighton,,Merit Jacob' 2 siy to ajl who entertain doubts"of tOld
,. b put in operation in C ,,cinnati: The follow where she had lain anchor for .
at t
of the death of respected : Chairman.'S. twenty ridges, Benj L Lowe Wodhingtoo, ful is? of Artificial Teeth/to giv
mug extract of a letter "from a gentleman in 'strang. seven hours during the late snow'storm and Bridges, Horace W Lowe Columbus him a'call, and examine hi* beautifal "11.' of -
s. that iy his correspondent in Charleston, ers'among us, two cases transpiring of late .' SCARBOROUGH, Secretary. thick weather. Captain Lowl-er .weighed Buchanan I'ryor 2 M Block'Gum Teet1ifbese'are"adspted: to th*'.
information relative its call forth somewhat than anchor Ball, Eliza liBancroft orehouse, G mouth'ou the'atmesherie or suction prineipl '.
practical more an ordinary at half nine o'clock last Wed
'r Ge.I'Pierce In IVnshlugton.Gen. past J 11 & 11 Martin & Forney find with'SO much sa--eo's that it is scarcely ever
t operatic-: expression. Mrs LTDIA E. JACKSON, the nesday,morning.the 16lh) at Sandy Hook, Barton, Mary .1\Ic''Fl oal}James found nccessdrr to"ti!' fprir.gs. All the azioa. .

I I In ,'o.or: last you a&ked! me to send youa '.Jeroted.wiCe 'oF-Rev. WM? G. Jackson, ''de PIERCE proceeded unostentatiously and, in pursuance of instructions, stood, to Baker, UriahBraddoek .. Misson, Mrs Nancy operations in Penta1urgery,that can contribnU.
'Li lithograph of the team Fire Engine.: I to'the of the East in the face of a strong) gale and A JFrinklcy Major, Koberta to the health"end preservation of the natural
seat Government. His ;
parted llrs.Iife !in St. Au u'stinen"ihe earrlyparlof arrival at for Allen J McCorinick'FrancosMoore Teeth and (ram*,delicatelythough at the laDle
: .'4 S believ ,lhcre! are none; but if one is got up heavy sea. He kept his course eighty .
Sam C Moore, U S time nnoo.
Washington is announced. The pciiaancntly err '
; I will procure a and end toyou. Yesterday last month, after an illness of a few following miles, when the wind shifted to the north- Baldwin, Walter II McGowie.VmBreece All operations warranted perfect, or no ebare.it ."'

;, i ;:. ,IOU llie 41'JIj f tels"c.c tinging : J days. Mr, Jackson, upon. whom this bereavement is the latest despatch from that city : west. He then stood in shore again in the ,'Sullivan DBlotben M Del,Adam cmMDleat'th fcHffington House.vL die

;. was paqung a Corner, ou|.o.ue-eigluh so heavily falls,.13 Hector of the WASHINGTON, Feb. 22Gen. Pierce has face of the gale. During these two gales U'm l\liusbeWJ Williabft wait d'uJ'OD at* their' resideuecs' ; desired.. '..,.
O: c& Co 2 13-tf' 'f. "'"? -* *" 'f *T*4l b T- II
.,, l.a of a mile distant aw the engine below the I church kept his room the entire day, declining' to'tee the ship stood the test nobly, and thoughshe Carter -John N : "' ,

. : biilJ J just ruillp a 'corner, moving! along Protestant Episcopal Hagerstown, company, and rot even admitting the pitched her bowsprit u der watery with Clark, \VI ,hin ton Nail;IMUM '3 'Notice. "S .
: 'like a life' to the lire. A few Maryland. He himself is in impaired Mayor. This afternoon Gov., Marcy was her lee-guaid Immersed, her engines performed Colson, Charles 0CaldIVcllHobt "

Jays since, on returning from a fire, it was health,,and was travelling Southward to en- closete.l\ with him for' a considerable time. with the utinoht, regularity, the A Oncy Dar.ieI R 'w0 make satisfactory arrangements I hava
;1 .l, wheels Chovey. C S 1) .Il turned over all the notes and accounts of
r. ,idaced opposite Jhe lJedlllcs'! li'Slftute, a joy ,the restorative effects of our clime.Mrs. The various! volunteer' companies of thg making six turns and a half a Clark, John M'It.Colvin Park, George Plummer & Bowden"to James Plommer who U

:- Y. building/ulJy h'gh' : Vfc'riaJlotdt .Jackson him in full city paraded the streets with stlrrmg'mUSle, minute, with entire uniformity.. Not the A ODUIcra Pudgett,Elibha duly ,authorized to collect.. All persons,.will, .
. ; ; on King street. Jl pLiyed fix slreuma of accompanied possession in commemoration of the day, and in passing slightest motion was perceptible\ in the D Palmer,'E G please makenayment, as soon as possible., *
:.: c. \t'ate cuinpletefyover it at the Kime,time! of the blessing he sought, to minister Willard's hotel saluted Gen. Pierce, but he frame work and braces of the engines. After ,Edw Pringle, Jackson -TJ10MASBOWDEN.Mandarin. .-.

...' I '. and apparently with as much case a it to his wants and animate his hopes ofimproyein did not show himself. the ship and engines were thus fully.tested, Duyer, MiobalDem ,1'riogle,James .'Flo.. Feb. 26,1833.nm331: .
4 ere, John. Pierce, James H
# Could: turn a grindbloQe.1 : hf. She however '. Captain Lowber shaped his course for the '
was summoned 'Dinsmoro. John Pa2e;George C :
'iI -, The brokers of Nashville have had a Chesapeske, and in going up the bay encountered E Pomeroy, ..NathanielPondergast Just received. fa" ': .
I. : i Te telegnfph; :line; between Vera, Cruz hence ; and he, to whom that summons meeting,',and resolved to receive Georgia a heavy snow storm. Eubanks James ,*James F Per,sir'Carolina; from Char1i1P ,

. ; city of Menco. was continually ,might naturally have been 'expected first to and South Carolina bank notes at | per cent. On approaching the mouth of the Potomac F Powers Christopher VruitsFrwUia;: in'Brandy;' .' r. "W', ,

':' interrupted by tbe disaffected among' the come, sunrive's. Of these two pilgrims on discount Considering. that the .notes of ,the weather became so thick .thai the .pilot Floyd Floyd,,'James Mary F Rogers' Jos.It.D Lemon Syrup; Assorted tordials; ,'

:' : III community life's journey, and bearers of the sacred the Georgia and South Carolina banks are declined to. go (further and the"ship came to Floyd, Joseph :Richardson;James -be.r,. anllorfWinu., ; .' <, ,
: The Gore/ninent had cA'perienceJ another almost every where preferred to the notes of anchor at ten o'clock Saturday morning.The G. '" C, ,8. Old Cognac IlDd Pale Brandy; ,, '1 -.,-0 .

.. 1i change, Cet-altos having 'fes fed and been I cross: "one,bas been taken! and the otber the Tennessee banks this is decidedly rich!. engines had, then, been.in operation for Koss, Danford 1* Stover, John A or N G 'Champagne Pickled CiderW.W.Lo\ters Slilinon. inegsr'suit .:
: i vj. succeeded by Lcbardlo.: ,uho was 10 serre I! left;" but the survivor is consoled with the ., /'' Huntsv-lle Advertiser. seventy-three hours without being stopped for Groves Greer, b Henry W VV Sandeford Smith. Rachel,'Jamos.11., .\lae er li ':. ii ., ,... ;" .', '
'4Ph President tteclion took that in the virtues of her for a' moment{requiring the'slightest adjust- M 'Also- "' ', _
i6 a JJNlu| assurance. .. .. tished"medjcallecturer Graffen, Caleb S S Sidbnry. Jamesl "
1' place.Uraga had in the kyof he-"bath" an' additional : A CLINCHER,-A. disjn ment.u__ Olllv. one' -fireman-_'____ havin? _been__,. on__ dutt'__', Gaxram, MwEU. 3, Starke,John.W Havana,Cheroot,acd"Cnb Six"SePrI
p i..; Mexico, but took TO active I part in political whom be mourns, in a neighboring State-once describeda time'during the whole---.n'D trip, The consumption : Grothe,,Wm "nbQrD.Joe S 3 A choice lot Superior io.,1 Family .
rnorcroents. It is believed, that treasure laid up in,Heaven.:" The silver glandular swelling as being as large as of fuel was under' five tons in the tvven Grant,.Richard. Smith S Greely :oap.. -c.' .. '
bo'evrt CO.
cxtrdlbal is loosed and the golden howl that an apple) ". One of the, students ,audibly tv-four hours. 11 Smith, L'ennu 0 "
14 willdeclare himself the : .
: Dictator when his Captain Sands.'of Navy" Howard,'Clara AHogana.Danl h' T' Jacksonville, March I, 1853 ,,3-3, :H
'? i 'iy troop arr.. AiioUier.Ct-mmirtioner I dad broieh. Wear', 'will:; be reunited and'ce- 'whispered, ."as l large ,as a piece.of,chalk." who was On board to witness the performance, 2 "' To wnsand.'J; essa ."

p I.W; let .V, ; oq, ibe, 1st !inst9tovisit mn : better' world.k .' : '1twas.about: theeize' of a large apple," is delighted /'with the; !'result, and says that HlgginbothamJ1 II* ,Thomas GL fjl ." t 'Caution." "vJr. > "J
's Anns,.and request,bis return.tMnchopH : nte4i1 .,,t < 4. ,-I. continued the j,lecturer., "A large piece of he would rwillinglygo/to 'A 'stra1ia. in her:' Hollingaworth,Jacob Turner, Mrs S v .,, ,** ; ..,
} '' continued i in. llunmang Win ,.! ntJl. ..rsonsfrozneredit10t'.L ;
chalk,, the wag, ao .undertone. 'tlie ,Thompson WadJy hereby
v, ,' T W! turna.ndjiebIomue4Yen| > iliou, Liwtvcrtwasnrisiug) \ Cruz to h. rf-. ."r fJ} -BJRPJE J1'01 St.,John :, eBrunIWlck" ,\ It was as large as,my:.fist,'!,tbu ere4 out is nu great principle in i ofthe" new motor 1 lac ford,George ; 'Turner'RIchardHaynes --"-.I tmy.wife, Thir, y..Bushj ,as ,I( wil l'ayt i.
demonstrated reality. .
,pronounced pow Mrs Sarah Thompson, Kettridge 2 debts contracted
I apl *t..b'i.tatl.to: t>ower; died,iu. this, place.onthe26lh' ;, the, indignant! lecturer, .at the ,same,,time S Hanson;, Kobt A '' 'IJ ,, ; :.V* *j byher.: .-1$AAC C.' UsH..1. .

'I" ;t : Commercial afiUirs/ iad declined, and busi. ''u'lt'J )Jr; Eurpic .had: been :seven years a clenching.it convulsively, and, shaking it at The City .Hall' Institute -Yicksburg, Higginr liV -. Vanmetor. Calrla Jaoksonvilletarih 1stjl53. 3-3t 1i 1t 1-. -:.__ #
. the obnoxious and tetrlti d student! Miss.-.was destroyed by: fire :on the 8th Hammond Franklin ,. 1V S _'_ ;
2iZ ;
';, depressed < unJer'the BrtihBatist'Chnrchia ; --
Del & t j j t WJ 3' wIdjgoIl G :
Juch Hendricki, ,2'
- F' 4I _ _, 4. instant.; : t G9sltenButter.I :"Y" :
4 i Burmalv Indla lqi fwTjich .field) "ol-'ser- Great excitement has prevailed! ,'Mobileamong" : Hendrieki, AndrewHollingswortb Wynn; 'hos L i,: f. .' :
The AtlanJsJntcllgnr.err4yE -- P ,Jus't, etiv 4.
1r D F' Wlss/Alfred jel co.bea, Butter! '.
real 'Q
1. "Georgia "a A 'moI l latSba"bas vice ,we are.informed i be contracted a p lmo. estate brokers : Much 'of((;(bealuabCr'proprty1J The alarming rumors respecting the Hall; Jordan'W' 'Wingneld, Mary EUagLn'Joseph :, .an fl./ aaleE ...

nearly,14100, bnndred"mi1es! 9raII.1a4sanE ; nory; disease' which1 induced:'him, to,.visit l j 1r ,that ,cHy.Is :.derivedfrom' appearance, of'Asiatic, cholera iu. Paris are 'N Williams.MDWoodrowAlva. "' 'S. *.ri .. HANHAM; ,,: '. '.
tbe title of( 'a, firm'residing,there many contradicted. Huertu,'Mr CicCia, G 2 'OR osit..Dr"D'tIIt.I ,
Her heavy remiam -
operation. I a. j Florida:.- : Ui remains were attended to their M '8.: 'Leslie'& Co.which' .- S Heath Joseph ,Wcbbjotn; U marS a,atree\. .. .'. ".'.,.
sl "
years ago ,. "
notice of, kfreadiness { ; .4 -' .
L vi and she ) -' < 3 'v __ '
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with' I' .
DOW'Kn. bonds lot last resting place '' proiernanifestatuonvf ,. :]: 'U alleged 't1b6 ;deec'tiv'e.Two: ,Tbe.O achitata.) Herald learns that two 't 1" f3i : !,oV :r ',
to lonel'lohn'
pa j, tb ', i YoungOtl\ .London'Porteri : -J..r-- '*
L months.;in !.'' ",''J \, f'tegp'ecV., '.. ; ."_ ,$ J:, hundred ejtmeohiitirba .already been wealthy* ;and.. 'enterpriaing'. planters,:Jform Jndson, IiaooNJohnson '$ "YouimgCharIesLl jb '. .'t.J4'i1.1 ".f .,... "S\Jftl9t!

met arat' .4., i' .', I." "" ** "*1.!*r .' *'''> : brought:! Rcentccodnts'repreeent; that Georgia*.have ,recently' purchase! a.latgeboar ;J hn 7.. 'f.i' 10iII.iI&4,0, 3nPdr._ -.ate. i b "oIL WU"
.4 Koswrro eonOpves\ 'to Ji iT : ..Ta, JBtoclu>i?Jieaip in Str Louis is staffain there i is'a fearful state of excitement among ? of land west of Camden,. sufficient forouo Persons applying' for letters tnthe ibote l list % 4i' ,', -.nceiYld- .". >:4tau.s and for.,4.&o! 'kfveayt.I G

./ : .d t rctirwl M .Lfduni;"and';iiiia1j., b.'|-onJy one ,hundred: and1*twenty-fire those interested. Piopcrty"to,1afl Immenseamount hundred,families and that they intend will theim''p"say they are'MRK1l3tJTTSP.stmaatoro avertised' orthejr may t jet ,'{ ;f' 'bjoite Dt B1fUe"Uufldln., ".

-4 IC b,. :, H... WU".r ,. bace,4uu1! hc14t. $11L. l.$444F. .. o\ t say two,million, JnvolTeJ.i. :.,; emigrating next fall with their ,families. <::,--> -. Jacksonville, F.brUaP Ut.Ji l lIf\o:> .tf! J ': *.W PU U 'u' _

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OPP2Siti 1 "LIJ f6YJ3J t n 01.u.. ,f"Q ftf'_0. a.v. ns"-. )"' -AC.htt1 st n and ,Florida : =-- SAVANNAH ADVERTISEMENTS. ., I CHARlESToN- ADVERTISEMENT --n-- -no---- 4It, i I

-U. ::..l u < "tt 1 iltM C.-fJ. ."--i f ijriiinrtiT.. - -u 1frIlt1thri .jVilet1
tic. S.l\Ialth : 'I .' .. ", :, uiI1&14JZ TZ4MERS, WEn K\ 1rtLS l'l 1irI3lriiu Crewe t
t't t' ei1 D f Erawley, t
."UA.v ..P:.Sander&en CAKOIINA '" t IMJ.r 'J.ff.L ,.
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PaIatta, Flo,- and Savannah, Ga, : :tL I::1:1v
m9itT co.k LTL.W,' F 0 CiJt 1Suc F7S'
(JNSU) *A.Lb THE .WAV,) ,b D In D.Q8 : ftYor
StacE"Creel \ loPalatla in :24 lo 39 Jlour' 'is Co.'aLtrue.old -. t
Pi&lata, JctcLsontillc, 'JacksonvtIkrJan y. l e toA.velt & :
: 17i 1850, .. .
tf e
."Thi CAROLINA will L leave: .. c.o = ;* iJL* SO XfcDLt J. \Lj :1
and &.- 1ary' runruickj and Dar n.very 1and- '
174., Saturday at: P; M. Ret kave PA bou. j C" ji' : __ ., -., & _
ntinJ wilt !" u.
Gat"; I B., M.- PEAUSON LATKA every Monday at 7.ATALr Picolat 10 NO/195 BAY STREET.._ .- : 'b.' x!. clOfA.g. Piano Forla flft4M.FOLSOJT .. dr i iA. I
STEAM PACKET .ATTORNET4 7'. tL4JV. A. M.,and Jacksonville Tnesdav Iit-3".;"\.' ii n.7J3j i f.-SAVANNAH- ti ;* t, "" k. ": H
firtHE i. vJOS. -
S HAs: removed to .J The FLORIDA will-leave Charteston'evpry AvztF17wAD4y A.e,JSs
Jacksonville" Florida and
: JL WEJUAICa Captain N. will practice jn the Eastern and/Soathem Cir- Tae*at 3 Px Mi Retarning. will ?eVe Pa- W.WEBSTERrGEO. ;'F.:PALMES. : 11.-: -: Dealer:ht: a. at. ;
KING leavef..Palatka'ercry Honday morningJjki.nyil1e *?ltf; the Supreme Court *f the'State and.in latka Thursday 10 o'clock'A,; Black Creek : 1t"t 0 \J LI .sad Parlor Slutnetioa Dd.'L.MA .
at 8 the U. S. Dutrict Court for the N Northern District. 3 P. M.;J Jacksonville Friday. 4 o'clock. A;M' mLT.n's'BtSCU1'1' .titan\ .0liD..IteeS' aaaF. ,. .
jirrives at sane evening. and of Florida, Fen.J9, 1852.-tf., These cteamers-connect' with all thej.interior "APP, BLRZ! Books,both'ol the oM and new way; ,
u&;TesTaeday morning at S o'clock, touching Stage*of East Florida. and eonnett,both ways !UNI'< CTCRU OF JVb. 3i- q ; e"uLJ ) offer a tarn awortnnmt .f Ibe..bcwta..arflJ "I
at all th*iatermediale placet a*above. JAMES El. with the News!York"stenmsliips.,Carolina-Jlail- ,- "U.t Its from tU bs mmi Mtwkv.f..the U it 4StaUt f. .
Through Taw from P4&tk&Picolata, andBlack BAKER, r roads and the Wilmington.lloads.. SADDLES, HARNESS: $c. $c. 4-c. Nt. L# J : ,; flaring apen' 'wntjsars faie* hicxr :i .,

Creek. -., -, -, $8 00 ATTORNEY AT LAW.li"alnr. ,- &> Passage from Charleston to Jacksonville. And WholesaTe'and Retah Dealer'in7 all kinds of The snhecritef las constantly OD_band Vocal and Instrumental'Music, and being thoro ,I '
Throlagh Fare Jacksonville, ---600 $8 Charleston ; the aberrM ed iiirfrtmta -
Columbia Co.Jlas{Flondd.n. : from to Palatka. $10. gMr aS aintd with II
eOtlll*et*|with theL.hlPHatc --- For further particulars apnly to :4I11E11Y'w4ItE; PU..oT'ANQ'.NAV BflF.AD ,-MM w d'Tear Uw-Mperivrity of-fa- t
of Georgia for Philadel- WHIT ,J. W. CALDWELL Charleston. : T") WIN F. SODArJBOTTERLEMMONHVATERTSUGAH ) &&."...(. _; O(1udte4 ''I I
,SMITH Carnap f
nhia. BELLECUAS3E & FIN EG AN. rrmminjcpiLacc'FrinReii Ptdinl SEED .ND DTS-: earndkNUI4dse.s. ... :
AGENTS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jacksonville. Leather/ rri 8 Axle, BindsVar.. -- PEPTIc *' AU orUm pnaptl attended Ttt "t"1 1 .
R. R, REID, Palatka. nish :'Ca'CKERS..GJK oleery paek*t;sad sent to any part *
K.R. DUKE Palatka. Alligator, Columbia Co, East Florida. Feb. I0-tf &c., &ic t&c. <* 3 u NT I
; 'Pwre .& ). eoIUIUU'i ani
WAVER Jacksonville.
F. THE ) 1'IT
: LAFFITEAL' Savannah.United I andt tl1k.alr..nuaed 0
8L In B
HOPKINS & Bit AH AM Circuit Court ,
Circuit of Florida, FURNITURE 11OCM, BAY' ST.
West end ol Gibbons' Building. .
Feb.214I of the.bestfiS >
Daval S. I85i- ll-&a
Attorney at .Law. Conutjr: : tnfI a1opst PR- JaektoftTiile.. March '. t
OFFICE .t PALATKA, E. Fla, James McDonald 1 JIARKET Sdtf.AKE, ', S A T i i'Ji'H. ?-"Boxes assorted Crackers for Families. OTIC& r- $ .'
States Mail! Line r. u. .
WILL practice in tho Eastern Circuit. TJusiness Joseph S. Baker, Joseph C In Chancery. A large assortment-always on 'hand, and .j \'' I entrusted to* their care will be promptly attendedto. D. Rogers,and others. J for taU of John W. Power, late of Colombia :
February 19, 182.-tf: ta.p at the lowest prices. ja 27.3in eeut.eenftd.are berefcy Botifled.'- .,
Palatka, Fla., and Savannah, Ga., IT having been made to appear l>y affidavit that McCARTERsrccEasoaa. &. ., eat tb m d.ly pron.,withi the i.pr? erib d 1J

INSIDE ALL TIlE WAT,) OSSIAN B. HART, of the Defendants& Baker in and this cause Joseph reside D. Rogers beyond, two the BEHG FOSTfR .( TO, '-aaTLa&ALIXX.) 4- by law,*v this notIce will be plead ia bar ftC.paytn ( f

YiaPiahta, Black Creek, and Jacksonville ATTORNEY AT LAW, limits of this State, but in the United States FACTORS .AND COMMISSION jJER- .WHOLESALE : meat; and all perou make indebted to.:wld estate' -f... '1 .'
Fla and Si. Mary's Brunswick and On motion of R. Dorman, Solicitor for'complainant are renoeated to ImmediAtorymelit. .u. .'. '

Da eii, Ga. I Practices in the United State and State Court I publication, it in is:some ordered/that newspaper notice'published ba'given in, this by, SAVANNAH "GEORGIA. -f B ISILLlnS'\ll\ n STAT1OflR.Covi2ilingoiJin .. .< rj17LS3-i3.vm: Es OLAq.i.:. ,J ; I ;i

STEAM PACKET AVM.GASTOXCpt.T.E.SHAV. of the Southern District of Florida.JulylOtf : Circuit,requiring the said Joseph S. Baker and .I } Alligator, d ,

J._ the said Joseph I 1. lingers to appear and answer P. H. BEHN, JOhN TOSTEK.jan276m . uey-sZi" Notice;'t : es '. :

jeave .rVhUka every Thursday morning .at S James W. Bryant, the otherwise said complainant's said bill shall bill be with taken in four pro confesso months; ." Charleton,8.. C. t- .Lt.D n"; "Pf' f'' '

o'clock. ATTORNEY AND COCNSELIOR-AT-LAW against them; and that this ortldr T>e published A' complete; aMorfrofnt 'of"'LAW.MEDICAL : .A1 1st. rp\\&eyartJa .. ." .% t
Arrives at Jacksonville Fame evenings and as aforesaid once a week consecutively four McMAHON & D.9YL. bin ouuntd.es4aed.re hereb.wi4ed tepee- f
hares on Friday morning at 3 o'clock. touchingat a3l h.S :Jl:FdWl a months. ., SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUSBOOKS sent them.duly 'P" d. wftblw 1M lime preaerib ,
all the intermediate poiuts as above. W. A. FORWARD Jnd ;e, '&c. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN together with BLAVK BOO *-, dlylawortbU notice will b plead! in bar i

-N.B The new steamer Law and General Agency at Wasn- Jacksonville, 12th February, .. lt-4ia PAPER and STATIONERY of every of paimini J and an pemni bdbUd ta alrf*a-" ::4 .,
lillEflIES imm .
AND FflllVISIllS to make diaUrpaynrnCCIlAULEa
tate requested
"St. John," ington D. C. -- --- -- ---- ---- --- description kept constantly on ban,and offered '- u STEWABTAdmri. : .' .
RECEIVED schooner D.K.
JUST ,per Arcy, FOREIGN at the lowest prices. jah6-6m ',;' : t
now nenrir finietcd, will be pit on the line. for salu at. .

The Steamer William Hasten eonncrts I JOHN LaZe cf Y.trtn.BRYANT Land JOHN S.EDWARDS, The Cheapest Cash. Store, KO. 190 BAY STREET, I IN FLORIDA:': :
with the Stir York Strainers every Saturday. -i JJJict. Attorney at L w. CHARLESTON HOTELBY _LAND FOR S4LE "'
Have associated for the prosecution of Claims Bbls and Hf do.Flour, fresh Canal; (Opposite Messrs. Scranton Johnston&Co.) 2 163 AarCl'si\uated OD be bea411a1en t ,

fhronrh Fare from. Pulalka, Pieolata and of every description before the several )Kxecutive Cheese and Butter, Orange county; Formerly occupied by CIuis. Hartridge, Esq. of Halifax river, Orange eounty, :
Black tVii-k $s uo Departments and -Congress and the Courts in Bbls nnd Kegs Lard, Sol Leaf; Ea t Florida 44 miles tontli"of St.'Anpistinebonnded '
Trough Fare from Jacksonville, 6 CO the District of Columbia. One of the firm having Hams, very fine, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. D. MIXER. -on the North by lands of I.4.Butew/* '. ,.' '

CENTS. been connected with the Departments of the Also in ptore- JOhN M'MIHOX. JAMES: DOYLE. Meeting street, between Hayne and Pin ckneg, deceased and on the conth by land now o lately!
General Gcverumentin Washington for upwards 12 bags prime Green Rio Coffee; the property .f the)lar'nU-d F g.aud' ., 41 t.
A. E. HEIiTZ Palatka. of fourteen years has acquired the information 2 do do Government Java Coffee; jan27.ly CHARLESTON. S. C.Na greater portion of caid.land* are eoyered with a I 5i .' "I'i :
UIHJEi: & CO., Jacktonville.CLAGHORN II and experience and familiarity with official With a large and general assortment of Groceries I growth of.Live Oak and Cedar and are well" "

& CO., .avannah.F forms and precedents and the general routine of \'rov;ion:, &c. &c., For sale l>v AilDl iiSOKS & I JlESSER adapted to the cultivation of Sap Cane and the*
b.2..tC I business which,with the legal aid and counsel Feb 10 F.WAVER*CO. CO., Upland portion to that of Long Staple Cottons M J; t
bo U of.
of the other paitncr, enable them to traDacLbusineu FACTORS AND GENERAL Commi&sipn Merchant.WHOLESALE Lying on a navigable stream for flat ( ,
FOR I with the Government with THE I CHEAPEST CASH STO11E. three foe'dran of water, theae Jand4.are COUT,., : 4. 'I '
FllTLATELPHiA.I I dei.atach seldom offered. an efficiencyand Sperm Oil 2 ISMs Coffee. Pngar, COMMISSION MERCHANTS DEALER niently situated for forwarding produce. ..- ., '.. ,
United States Mail Line. punded Land Claims, Bounty Lands, Patents 2 1 Hf do bbl Linseed Alcohol do 5 5 Bags Hose Rio Candle Coffee,, SAVANNAh, CA. In Groceries and ,Liquors. For term apply to AtthtoOfBce U. ImEW-ort, ., !. I. -s

for Lands Pensions Donation Claims Duties Illegally 4 His new Raisins 10 do0 1 Soap, 0.W. ANDEIISOX J.W. AXDEKSO.V, J :. l CKSOY.jan27. NO. 139 EAST BAY, C. W. DOWNING;TaDahaaa S ,,. ,
exacted and unsettled accounts generally 2 Bakta Champagne, 10 Sacks Salt, '.. ( ..
Philadelphia and Savannah Steam Navigation -I against any of the public offices or General 1 Hf bbl Potash 6 GroceIatcbei, .J y C0ABLESTOK, !. C., Augnstl9.tf o. !i'. C
Company. Government and debts collectable in the District I Cask Scotch Ale, 2 I'Mi Fla Moa.! "cs, i ""
of Columbia will be attended to with 1 Porter 6 jan6-ly __ I DISSOLUTION. i '
nruiE new and splendid side- do do do Syrup, WM. R. SYMONS ,
promptness and fidelity. 2 Bbla S'a Crackers Ck Old CO. '
/ .u.Theel i prim Brandy JENNINGS &
CONDICT FIRM heretofore existing ,under thaJL r
&s-We have appointed C. DREW Esq., of finHE -
GBORGJA. 1 do live: Whiskey, 1J.0 Prime Segas. DRAPER AND TAILOR
'.' "
OF Jacksonville, Florida our Agent to receive and Cordials Wholesale and Retail Dealers in name and style) of"Plnmmerltl5owd i.Is .i II .
,Bitter, Pickles Catsup*, &e., &c., '
Law: tons rcgisicr,Capt.VALTE1t j ma'ual'CODsetiL 'Jamee ,
COLLiNS'rn this dissolved tC
communicate Business from that State. day by !
tc.,just received and for sale low for Ciirli.
as follow: I SADDLES BRiDLES Plummer J., will settle all demands agahMl& :
Rtfenwm.Hon. feb3 F. WAVER & CO. Jt
Wednesday,February 23. Wednesday May 4 1 ADE CLOTHING, said firm, and all persons indebted will please
a J. ECTTEBFIELD Ex-Com'r Gen. Land Thomas Bowden as he i* the .
CARPET make to
March 9. SADDLE BAGS payment 4
4' 1\1:rch:3. May Office. Now[ Landing from the Schr. D. K. Arcy, and NO. 17 WIIITTAKER STREET $ properpenon. JAMES PLUMMER. ,1,.
June sale by the subscriber. HAKSKSS, .
C. W. '. '.
April C. June Flour in Half and whole bbls. SAVANNAH, GA. .
M E. WHITTLESKT Irf Comptroller Treaiy. ; & &C &C.NO. Jan.20 l2. J27-U I .
April 20. WHIPS, TSCBIS YALISES Mandarin -
June 29. Butter Good
N. SARCEvr/Z w&T of Treasury. quality. Gloves, Suspender, Shirts, and Gentlemen's oJ .
This Ship has bren built' with tic strictest.re I Senators Gwi\DERIUEVHII'COXB., SHIELDS, JAMES LIVINGSTONAgent. articles 165 MEETING STREET,
gard to the safety and comfort of her pasengers,4 JONES of Iowa and to Members of Congress Jacksonville, Feb. 9th 1353. Furnishing generally. Opposite Charleston Hotel. INDIA RUBBER GOODS 2' 2. ,

and her accommodations are unsurpassed by any I generally, and the Heads jof Department jan27-ly Subscriber would respectfully call the- >J f'
steamship on the eoa t. Feb. 17-tf Bloodgood and Bouse, jan 6-ly CHARLESTON, 8. c. TIE ef hi*old customers and merchants : 1, ;
A new .tum hip now building, in every respect their thanks the inhabitants of BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORIUM the United States and Canada hi": .
equal to the "State of Georgia,"w ill take GENERAL. RETQRV' ,- n(1 its vicinity for their liberal BY N. A. COHEN k CCHN, stork throughout of Rubber Goods manufactured .by himself 1'' I'
her place in the line
duri1J the month of June patronage bestowed upon them since they commenced for the trade of, S53. His f
& Dealers of expressly spring 5 '
Beit and will, with the <-S CLOTfllNG
; is r
of itt BEER
MALONE TAYLOR : stock partienl, ts
make a weekly' line, karma each plate on \\' &- please to merit a continuance of the fame .L.ilO } e Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods, deserving of inspection; aa It baa never before'" f' it' \ .'
lieaday. They have hand full assortment :: L AI44SAVANNAH 0
LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANTS constantly on a been so complete nor the article more perfectf.. 1ft.
Cabin Passage fron Savannah to Phila. of Dry Goods, ReadyMadc CMbin'. HaU and GEORGIA, NO.175 EAST BAY, .
STM Cape Boots and Shoes Stationery Hard ware, Opposite Corner of S. S. Farrar It Bro. .
Cabin lAssaSe from Sav. to New York, 23 PHILADELPHIA I Crockery Gruceries,Provisions,Drugs and'iledi-icine. WHOLESALE DEALER INBUrrrl'EIl Coats, Capes. Pant, Overalls; Leggings, Carriage ( I. J
fctecrage, '9 Very respectfully solicit consignment .Segare, Wine, &c ,&c.,which they are selling jan6-6m CBARLEKTOIT, I. c.COURTNEY Cloth. Wading Pants Piano Cor-' Co i', :
C. A. r.. L.ur.\u.Ajt'Ltin :muuah. at the very lowest cash prices. AND CHEESE, era.Gloves CaJ-Machine Belting,'E iae ., ; ..;
HEROS & LUTLA..elt \, Southern Lumber, Shingles ftc. fee. JacksourilL J:m.20.8.33. -TI ATD WARE. Packing Preserver,. Air Balu ,. ".
l'hihddplWl.. Refer to DUECT FROJT Whip, and every description ,of Rubber G odiconstantly .i !
F b. received Steamer Carolina, a full as. : The !
24-tf JUST by GOSilENNWYOR.3an27.Iy K on hand. above are warranted t'
A. MCCAU.A, Cashier Camden Bank N. J. .
: Ladte8 Misses,and children shoes, .1
or TJtUMJQiuvT & CoDIRECT to stand any climate and wilt be aold at most raaonable
JONATHAN BROCK Philadelphia; and for sale at the Cheap Case Store of prices. Orders solicited and promptly at.
per Jacksonville Florida. tended to by ;
T. n. BccEmAN '
President Ta)2oiJas. HARDWARE CUTLER, GUNS. HS- D. HODOM,Maiden Lane,, $
Urovrn 17 1853
February MODIIE AND ll "
AT TilE Parchmsnt Paper Letter-Copying TOLS, tc., First, corner from Broadway,and tJf
li9 Nassau New York. '
FRED. CLAY BARRETT, B OOKS.-This Paper is very tough; glows No. 35 Hayne Street street : ': j .

CHEAPEsT CASH: Votary Public, up a perfect and distinct copy. and offers DRUGGISTS, _jan 27-3m_ ,- : ; .
STUHE the advantage )lIf. Bb1. Fulton Market Commissioner for taking Acknowledgment be written upon without spreading. The Books AND DEALERS IN WM.C.'COURTNEY, O.B.TENNENT Cotton and Woollen machinery and =l

I luitt. 1'"it"1C. :ujjar, ; Beef, of Deed, are well bound and paged and are sold in at the I Imanuractllrer'lIprices PAINTS OILS, WINDOW GLASS, $c. JAMES B.EVA-S. Steam Saw Hills and Engines.fTUlE .- :.', : f
it -J
ones or ,
single qua&ti. jan ,
100 IJegalia And other Instruments of Writing, to be used in _
Scgars ,'
ties. MUSTARD SPICES & SNUFF i ESSEX CtMPA1.awsneeMs! f : .

too 1 Dot.Cores Cans Hnvanca X. y. t.1.lm do.. the States of PArENT DOUBLE LEVER COPYING PERFUMERY, BRUSHES', &c., D. A. AMBLER JL- SACBUSKTTS,will.promptly execute all or-" & _J..'
den for Cotton and Woollen Machinery of all
lit( .
L.II--alt, AND LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS, 'Ilf.tItl kinds and will contract fur whole Mills from kb .J'th 1 th !
JHhd. Jiacou.Sdes, with E. L. Harrison Is. Co.,Jack- With* this press copies are taken with more GIBBOX'S BUILDINGS SAVANNAH GA. water wheel or steam engine to the finishing ma .
.I" M.ouldere, -- sonviUc Florida. Oct.14-It ease, and much quicker, than with the Screw chine. Steam Saw Mills for gang or single I
5 Dbls. ir ,s P rk, Press and others ordinarily in use. It does not jan27-6m 161 MEETING-STREET aw*. Machinists' Tools of every description. .. ,
1 Bag Almond. hOLMES require fastening do\, and id not liablc'to get Locomotive and Freight Cara ,Machinery fif all .

2 Bill:. :car (Crackers. General CommlMlon out of order. HARDWARE. jan6-l CHARLESTOX_ 1.c. kinds on hand either finished or ia progress so- ; ; ,' .1
2 Xo. I Mackerel. Merchant METALLIC DAMPENED, that order can be tilled in start aoticft. ." 'f I' '
4 Coxes Pipes, i 100 WALL STREET, NEW YOBK. Superseding the use of the Brush Wet Cloth. HAVE on hand and am constantly receiving Wholesale lint. p Withoai, tGTera.ra very
2U Hags shot, WILL pay particular attention to sues of Yellow and Blotting Paper (saving all the time and trou- I a full supply of Hardware ; consisting of TWO. 161. MEETING ,. fippoait Charles- Persons contracting for Mill will he f.rnfhed'with : i S. ;t
J Cask Londnn Porter Iine. Lumber Live Oak,and other Southern ble incident to their use;) with it a perfect copy Cutlery Cooking Utensils, Mill Saws Cross Cat JL1 ton hotel, .- The undersigned drawing for arranging the Mills without l .
1 Sc-.tchAle. Timber and Pt oduce; and to orders for purchasing mar always be secured with any press. I Saws, Hoes,Chains Nails,Axes,Blacksmith and ha in *tere and ts receiving from hu chareGORDO ; : t
1 Basket Anchor Chamragne, Merchandise. decd-tf The undersigned are the Bile and exclusive Carpenters'Tools and all other articles usually several manufacturers the different kinds MeKAY, Agent- ?
I Cardinal do., Agents for Georgia and Florida for the above articles kept in my line of business. of HATS and CAPS for the southern .t ,
1 flbl. Old Monongahela Whilke,. Water Co. and have mtde arrangements by which C. HOPKINS Agent. and southwestern which he invites the NGUSH REPORTS IX LAW," AND I i. HJ.
ItCrc1 Oil. Commission aud Forwarding;Merchants, I they are enabled to dispose of them at tho manu No. 177 Congress St., Savannah Ga. attention of merchants dejirinjr good in his line E EQUITY: The Common Law; Equity .. .
-Fc\.tt F. W A YEt & Co. AND facturer's prices. jan27-ly Having many yean experience in the business, he and Criminal Report*combined. The series commenee -, !' e

Dealers in Groceries Provisions Choice Wine, American a&d English Copying, Writing, flatten himself that in iriees and qoality his *with the Decision 01 Miehaelma (Nov.)' ; o"t
Brought Jail. Liquors and Segars Punts Oils,Drugs,tie.tic., Carmine and Red, Inks, STOVE DEPOTAND goods cannot be excelled.! D.A.AMBLER. Term, 1850 and eontaia from that period, all .
for CASH only. novlS t the Decisions of all the English Court .TheRe-, .r 1 :;
&NEGRO MAN: wyg he belongs to IIEN- Bay Street, Jacksonville E.Fla.DOLL.SER of the best quality, constantly on hand. Also GENERAL FURNISHNG WARE New Stock Spring Goods.EOOTS port arefurnuhed by a eerp*of over thirty regular } .-
noriAUMSTCWG., AlacjTua County, Marking Ink, by the gallon or barrel. flO USE. aDd experienced Reporters and for eompre- f. .
They have also made large additions to their .1
and tbe
& POTTER. bensivenew brevity, accuracy publisher*
Said Negro i about five feet 2 or 3 inches high, I' stock of Writing Papers of every description 10 12 ASD 14 BAE.NAED ETBEET, SAVASXAB GEO. lO&JB.Ao.30 & challenge eemparisva with any other aerie*:.f .) 1. 1
tip Complexion. The owner is rtquested to General Commission merchants, Liberal discounts made when sold in quantities THE Subscriber most respectfully invites a B SIHJll English Report now published.- Among the aamero -. \. ,

:omeforward, prove property,pay charges and, 134 Front Street, Corner Blaldeu Lane of five reams and upwards. at his Establishment where every effort East. South.of ike Pott Office a instances superiority of theM Reports ( .
Lake aim away. Up Stair, New York, Mathematical Instruments Surveyors' Compasses will be made to give satisfaction The largest Bay ever say other,the publishers are permitted to re; .'.
:r- G. MYERS. WILL ttend promptly to all business entrusted Chains Drafting Materials &c. &c. I and most varied assortment of Cooking and Parlor CHARLESTON! 5. C. forte many distinguished embers ef the profession t.
-e.. 16. 1&i3. 2 -tC. Jailor. toltbeir care. Particular attention given to the They have facilities fur executing Bookbinding i Stoves, from the best Manufactures. All who have relaatarilyrarnished tostimoeiaU,
ale of Cotton Lumber,Timberand Turpentine; in all the various styles. and of making up Blank j kinds of Hollow Ware, Hardware Cnttlery, mIlE Subscriber often for ale a weHeleete4JL Ten volume have already been issued, Bring
Dissolution otice. al<. to the purchase of goods. Hooks ruled to any pattern iu which they put i W oode .ware. Brushes,Guns-single and double assortment ef the above Goods specially ing down the decision* to the,Summer i of L2, :
FLiberal advancements made on consignments. the best of stock. Also of Card,Circular, Label barrels Pistols Brittania and Glass Flnid Lamps adapted to the Southern trade which will be old being thus two yean ia advance er any.other reprint I
Tilt COPARTNEUSTHP heretofore exi't- 33-ebrnary 19. 15'2.-],. and Fancy Printing. &c., &3. Also constantly manufacturing all at the lowest rates for cash or approved paper. of LadRepert.I.. 'w
thc BIUBe ot JOX1 N PAYNE Foreign Books imported at New York prices. kinds of Plain Planished Japaned Tin-ware Merchant visiting the city are invited to an .I For she giealer convenience.f the Prefeesiea.-
Li" bl.diuoln" by mutual 'onsentMr. JOHN M. COOPEK & CO. Cainphene and Burning Fluid constantly on IIIpedion of the Itock. there .m also be pubWhed.U soon:aa lft| tell...
.Joba 1L Payne soming aU tie cut-, Edmund Whitney, Savannah, Feb. 10th. hand. {'. ] J. J.MAU.BICE., f R. A. PRINGLF. faQ Table of Cases showing at a.glanee thevol 3 -

anng l* billtie of tnld ctmrrrn lere and else- Commissioned and legally qualified a* 30 Last- Bay South of the Post Office ume ead page of every aerie of Report which
""**. 3Ica. and of Lumber for COOPER contain tbe cuae cues a*the Law and EqU1JRerts _
JOHN HENRY M.O.PAYNE. orvr Dnval Inspector County, CLOTHING. JNO. 31. $jCO., Jan 6-6m. Cbarle tonS c. Repert*. f '-- -
nOLLAtacboDYill. ". ia the : .4
., tUb Febnraiy..t853. 2.tlmEunePlax May be found when his services are desired oninquiry Subscriber having on hand a large and' WHOLESALE AXD EETAH.DKAH.B.IS Theee win"e.n1iDue4. *aae>- .
--- .: .----... -.- .- at the Republican office. TIE fine selection of Heady.Made Clothing'and 'CARPENTER'S WORK:; nperior style at the low.lCmer.price .fjz per atagte; ; to: -
Books Stationery volume to permanent SaberipU0n*. .
GAgTJ1N 10 tna *
offers the
SEIDS.-JWL re- jane Boots and Shoes to close out stock ; to the above Meehred by I
GAtDJc* a Ciloice leetion oC Et7ltol'EA.I. nearly at cost rather than keep them ever the CORNER WH1TAKER 8T.1 JULIAN 8T&, FOR CASH,ONLY., l. JOHN M.-COOPER A CO, "',
EEDI. and for Sale Gents to. themselves I
wishing !
by summer. supply ?
Savannah. r I
JOSEPH GRICE So. OS IVarlng''nange.SAVANNAH. 'ji.n27 Agentfer -
.HmS IIANLIAM. with dressing articles will find this a rare chance nnllE respeetftany.iafonna I )
Fb.U.derosirE_ l nun'SEW r'LDL"ci. General Commission Merchant also Planter who wish to supply their negroes JL friends and the public*that he it prepared "- Warehouses .

36 WATER ST, NEW YORK. with coarse clothing and shoes will do well to JXO. M COOPEU "WM/A. OLCOTT *.' ZnAPYi execute I.",Union zicQltnral. .*.... -
and attention given to the sale of AsD '
'. TCICT prompt call.Tailoring -- :
A Genetal}GftnecnIEi;PILOYIsION. all articles of produce entrusted to his care, celled aealiMUS done to or t.order bien.which cannot Lo ex Printing";d Bookbinding 'executed. with every'deseripa, cash terms, and no SEED STOKE, =. I I
Stockcontinu.aliyoa hand, and and all orders promptly complied with. than ItM.atillCae-
for J&Ie by L. B. AMEHMAN 'n&nessand despaJcfi. other."AU work done by me .o.83 ETIEW"tO :
pI39-tt Garner Bav and Newnan Streets. imported at N. prices. tine both a*to quality and romptness u 1U perCOrmaDC8. '
JAMES JIAM1AM, Foreign Books to order nnd'enSgned 101i i& the Attention ef. I
bOI'J'OtITE Dc.. DrJLu' NEW IkILD.xa. HERNANDEZ & REYES Jacksonville, Feb. 3,iBi3. Feb t T for the Farm
F -- I shall be happy to receive any orders for work pvrehaern Implement W .1 j
will be Plantation to their assortment which include
and Tailors forwhich charles
Draners m-
& -, NOTIOR.AT NOTICE.. ... rU.GODDIN.Jacksonyil many of the Meet recent improreaents lh& >*".
DOORS.-A large F 3mWUST artidc in their line, aU of which laeyU .
JACKSONVILLE Jan.27,1853. lending
T aaaortiaeirt of Window Sash and Panel THE expiration of six weeks I willap DAYS from date I make probate of will sell at prices to Insure satisfaction \o"the t ,
D..oD f of various aize For ale"by II EII.NANDEZ & REYES return their to the Commissioner, Pensions,for SIXTY will of George W. Stewart ... : especially Hallway Endless Chain Powers i :
JAMES I1ANHAM thank to their Friends and the Public duplicate to Land Warrant number 10.244, issued deceased before the Judge,of I Probate, for Columbia h.: >JellFJJelly!' buyer,for sue or two horsea of the Wheeler patent; ** Ito .
OPro8ITE In. DUNE' NEW r'LD'IIG. generally for the liberal patronage they have re tome on the 7th ,day of October, 1851, for county; and hereby notify the next of RECEIVED, .'fresh'sii'pjofwklte OileD awardedthe list freaainu M the State .
Feb.24-tr .ceived and hope by strict attention to businessto 100 acre under act of Congress passed Septem- kin to the deceased,that they may come forward ell and pink Gelatine Cooper sheet and shred and County Fain where they have been exhibit., .
merit continuance of the wuae. Having received 28, IM50. which ha been stolen from my house. and contest the same if' thellee lit.CIIAItLhS Isinglass Brawl do. (very nloe.) Irish Moss,Ju.,{ ed., Railway Fewer, warranted,Warrea's .k 11
Notice. the latest styles direct from the North : And I warn all person not to trade for the said I C" STEWART. formakiDg fll'MangeJefly. ,te.' And U ,- ,1. Trimble'Iron Sweep Powers T 'Circular.. '
they are prepared to execute all work entrustedto I Warrant,inasmuch as 1 have neither sold, assigned ,January 191853. jan27-Ld For nle b.Y. .;. frjwer, JTewa Harrow,Faa Mills. Straw Cut-*t'K* i; ,'.

SIX "eek after Jate J shall apply to the 1Ion. their care with despatch and in a workmanlikemanner. nor empowered any person to sell,assign .- 'jan 13 ";\ PAYNE tit,Portable Bur Stone iMIU Wagon.,Cart.' -tilie. t1
They Invite all to give them a call on or locate the same for me. ,
oC Probate of the TAX NOTICE. .. Field Garden 6eed of reliable eaa. > A*
for 1e&ten of adnunUtration County of Dnval, Newnan ttreet, 2d door from Dr. Byrne new fcbJ-o'w RICHARD TILLIS. I rruPiocA: ,.SAGO, BECKER'S FARINA Bty, Fertilisert, Fruit and Ornamental ITreea- tAl 1
Lewis Bub. on the Estate Of building-assuring the public that their'prices will expose tor sale in'front of the Court house J. Pearl Barley. ,* "- .1 Oar deaeriptive Catalogue> Illustrated with enta' ...,
Feb.4-6L JAMESA.PJCKETT. hall be moderate and all garment warranted to Watches,, Gold and Silver Ware. I door in Nassau county, on the'1st Monday The..bonJrece-a'lt, will be Mat grati when'two to four Poet Office' *
tract of land owned by..\! .1. M. PAn Dnaam- '. -
fit. in July next one JU 13 Sump are remitted aeeerdiog to the diatane 4
N. B.-Catting and Repairing done at the L. ii. MILLER: & co., Pons or heir of.said,.Peter.Pona no* residingin : jaly8:2.L', RALPH CO.

X a O. HcCUTCHEN shortest notice. Feb.I0-Iy WHOLESALE Cuba., Said tract of land contains,nine hundred Old mouongaiela ; i__:.' : t4
WATCH JEWELRY nOUSE.I act ea more or less; said land being and lyingon .1Ii : -
ATTORNEY AT LAW, No.- 227 Baltimore it.,S. E. cor. Charles it. a swamp called Mills swamp,on the south ode I A 1 Am- .ra&e- 'article, -- ,-" receina.1.< 'J..M.PAY3E-, Paper Hanging Depot '' .
WASHINGTON i NOT1CK.IS the lands cf'JamesIigginbotham. : .
and adjoining
CITY D. of said MiUs't "
C. ; English and SWIM Watches : UTo 44 a1'Ila..If-ll.red..1Nif tk-u
is ; I.
IMPORTERS .' Said land 10 be sold to satisfy Jan
I1 radicci in the Cotuta of the District and hereby given that. Iii: week after date'l ,: description* Watch }L Prosecutes Claims for 27. Pensions shall apply to the honorable the J ad re of Maker and Manufacturers of fine Cold Jewelry.We : -A.:BHADDOCKjTax Collector Kotise. U'ALlj ri'WECieton .t"\
-a'I1.aDd.Lost horses.h., ," Probate otilernanao County, for letter of Ad- call the attention of Southern and Western ,. 'fan2Z4d for Nassau eountT.c1eDWaaI,4uctioncer .'.- the.General Comp ( !
1*. oi1a.debtsdto andenigned win .L ised under Manufacturing Law :
J3y a late act oC Con all widows of ministration on the estate of Daniel Simmons, dealer In Watches,Jewelry and Silver Ware'to n 1IPj
Xevoh7t.J "_hu.J __ res.-. : .- extensive I-. -- t..please com- forward and etll* their ac- ,,f the State of New-York) offers at!hftteeale j4'. It'
stock'assuring them'.that'la '
late of lAid ceat our very
ouioiers are
eniuud to i'enjrwns. r --- '
2 Th. idowi of omOft'lJ and Wtere of tbe' P MITCHELL.McCARTr., BO article In our line shall we allow any establish- counts as.1hM"f seeney4o.'lDyntaP qoaatUica pnrehaeen Mnuvacwuu'4' fuowxsr
Wai\Var witl- Hern.&Ddo l853. neat to ni, either quality aenta. .JNQ.M.'AYN, & irttcts,for cash or approved credit, *- _
.' Mexico. and the Florida Co..1'b.. 17.6w surpass quantity or : JACKSONVILLE .. *
are are 'We the only Wholesale House "? > > !3 : Papet Hanging*,of every variety el ttyle sad) *
eaLitJod to Pissioaa if t.baIr husband:$ or low price are Sale in anv part' efi:the County attended to; _J&II: :- f.* i. ,
!,erek1Ued iA terr1ce.or died eue contract ; in this Branch'of trade'1b RaUimore, and shall 1* Pti5.i1. *' :
solicited. *
Notice. > -
-Idle and respectfully Prime Old Biaac1 : match, .
T tuen' ae every fair mean to induce Southern and Western ,. J.- .
24 "1dows after haH Boa. merchant to with' Oar N "m\et. ltli. ; : who 'l u received fir yean'eatiUed SIX week* date I* apply to the open acoounts us. -I1sT EECEIVEDM the eheaJl'fd cub reap '. ,
:-are to.a. reaewal of. theIr. ret&1u4'b I ot Probate of the County of Daval, I terms shall be M liberal;and acflomrmodating a* HUfAnction'Reomiand store-houo-are: kept T.wAvE&-Co, ;. .Ol Painted Window Wiado.Sha4l.Shade. .. .' If
-. for letter of Utratioa on the estate of John can possibly found the United State.r. I oa Bay Street near the principal market; wherehe -" -c- ., t '
JsaI3 : ,
These-'. ;a4zeulntaitbM;' Fe., .--. ,- We will take-great"plcosnre Tin.' showing oar keep on hand,at all seasons of tbe year, -on _, r75 'wias 1rtihade.f Window CartaiaPapew,and- ,.'"'; ) ("' W .1
114.' -- io-Southern and' WesUjWT merchant Dolt reasonable term,family Greeeriat and : t fiT -"
.VeboU&D TATRICK PRICEDacluonvSHe geod ; : ,, the I rltato ". '
1 ,) ,February 11,. .. 34GtNoticeT. '. whether they pen accounts with us 6r not. Provision,for cash or eountry Pbuik-road'C oC' =* L IL/MILLEft CO:. Goods sent M Subscriber on CommissiOn,either -' ...BBL 'jmtreceived,aad ferial* at the, o-.aafac\uulldmJlUlCalitJl b UaeIntoek' >
aitt a,. -t: laperterk of Watche*,'Baltimore,! ,. for private auction disposal will bo quickly _,ebeaitttt oaah.- ia\at&e' entirely.new,'they in rit. MerchauU.

TilE DELEC"aATEs'f; m. PaJ Oc&ti : ',_.,: _> :.eb34m' attended to and amount speedily.ferwarded.-- ;JaG 13 ..f !W4VEa .co. BoxtkeeQen aad dealeraia the* rticle ,, salt* .,- t
f1eaDop,;&Ad NrnansTfllea.7quPrange ; 0 .To all*Vto&m It anaConcern.OTlCElibireby -I- gobeerlber ha been known la this community sd exam1a'Iboltstyled and lwlse.'hcwny f
week after date I ahaH apply to tin Han "
I > : : :
SIX riven that partnership number of yeart psacotisueerandetherWIse.il :6. 7Wav kciw7:4> tlslItb..ltY' ;
ng ;On the I.r ondaj, Jadg of Probate of the County**f DtfvaL. MeTehanttOaa examine thStOCkfrOnA ": -
-m a'pnnetiiaI zL"bt 1&fa J10pea that the Deltgatea for 'letters of-AdminutraUea.: the vstatevfWillianuon .1i, v hcretofore.exiitug ja the Fmrniture, :llurtne offers should no reoumseeadatIons.-budIrst,be made regarding r himself of their aeifh- .Veloek'U tho meraing till.W.o'tVxi-'U tho, *
their this diolvedby > inquiries .
aUea4a..84 deoeMed- **,net ween the un4srsiguedis day *- '* *
0te4.uIL on.of1mN Stephen aayCommBrdal House at the place of his nl- J.''; ; Pftiq.' T V, :. '"e 1BL
ltARoo .mJle..hau.tebJ.W .,.. audul JGUCnt., L,M.FXlSOMi-r,' ,-Y,
-.. ; PATR.ICK.H..PJUCE.-II .'*- l'C 4uL.PzWAAI 3an13'Irl. t.n-,. N..fGrt.l March 1,1332. .1prIJ.1
I, J&cks ivU1e,u.birw7, 1', 1. &4t 7; t'jsn274t,. J. McRORY. deDoc., .. .J :.
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li.:1: THE FLOR1DXTTCPUJ5J.1CANvo.iTOYtwroArTaT .e..A" .' ,. -.: NEWYORKi wt"fJ 1 o' I UM KMtora Ctrejiiit.,DstvsU Ce .ty. -

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R:I i J.ku1t1e. ComfttyVB. V bjr ., t4CJIttA.T iQ1cJ; : J4IE'. ... .lt' b: ( :. : '1 tt? J-r-wnh1hef.4. SHAVING' .-::SOAP., .
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*' f'.rt UREl.OF&/ 1: 4 J) '"1. :1- "'-". 'J' 'CHARLESWN:8/C.: Hemfnroush' widowisad..admz. of .

,t!'t TKRXS.Three Dollars pet annum" ;pay able '" .1J : : Wholesale Dealers In'Foreign Wililam' .ekeibroadtd.eeued. Lacy
. .pen ordering the Paper. *'q.\ |jf 'DYSPEPSIA.] porters BroekeabroBgh, Art hart',', Brockeubroagh
\ < The Ne. and.Regular line of Packet.between '
f .., ., and Domestic'yauors, Winesy Crils .Thomas.W.Cmkenbroagh,George L. roek-
I 'P SabeeripUoos,Knot paid before the expiation 'I ')1' i" H' New York,Jacksonville'and, Palatka, composedby
l ,I the new and WHa,1'; lChoooenT.S ;% : and .enb & .GOrgC; mwkbu!, ss4 MarrB .r
44 ttheerIcbi.gdiI51. .! ;r ;1 1 : ,9 u t.ttQ"8' Joseph Grtee 270 tons. A.ROGER ComV.. 1'oboi& .l qoajity.!. lIawkliis."I'bJiI'wlfe Thomas." W. ..Broc'keDbroaKh -

. .i AdrvrUsoinents will& lnratest lei a'the'r wtn, .. ,. JerseyOak,'160 tons,J. S. ROGERS, Com'r I Kttv 'umttaitili band a extaunt'iupply of and John'W.w. BroekeD roagh'infant : ill4.(
:, I ;i 'One Dollar per.qmartftweh.iflet between the .Children of Johsr Brockenbrongh deceased.
will regularly ports schick tkqr art frtptmdto
: pry ''I the following 4'C" Lucy Mrfxwell, Elisabeth Maxwell, Simon I
tL.\: Ute Ant,and Seventy-Five Cents for every subsequent Agenk In New York tell to City MetckanU on.theirvtual Maxwell, Margaret Chaplin Sims, widow 4II

: ? insertion. To yearly Advertisers liberal JOSEPH GRICE, W.\erat. literal tcrmv. I .and adtni;of William H. Sims deceased, Martha __ ,

discount; will be pw b. Atttmnskal AdveriiscBMas Agents. In lllsnEII.jacksonville CANOV COCNAO BEAHDT.-J. J. Dupuy,;'J. J. RoU Mason Sims, and another infant1 child*of
i'I Pinet CastEUon & Co., J. Hennesy-< G William W. Sims,whose. name ia unknown to
: lu Pa1a .
running Agent
>{M ptbyren0us baring accountwith a k aj.
Co. Lever Freres, OtardDnpny .
R. K.DUKE.. I complainant. >
;I the office) must bs to publiation. da MarteVaod inhalf _
pjaidjor other
jjreviwu F.
All goods.directed to their care will b*promptly cboc b&d. It appearing to.the satbfactloa of this Court, 1

:: 'j' -. forwarded. ; -- pipes, quarter-and_ *eighth- -i''i., -' .: xi* by affidavit mad *nd filed in thiseause,thai 'defendants i 4 -,
Persons-. '. 2-tf -' of loot. each. :, S." Thomas -
I diitaA co-eren their remit- September ta.'l&fc_ AMERICAN BRANDY' proof in imitation of Brockenbrongh,and -: ,

11. : $a.Dosifor 001-1..,..,the* _fallowing rates : Oil,, Ta110W'hGrea ,,.and, Ohio. French,in half pipes-quarter and eighth casks. infant H;lirockenbvon children oLJohn b. and W.Broebnbroqhz John: W. Brockenbrongh deceased _____s_ -. _"t.

I: One square (hrel.IIu) p. blialied<{xTin6othstwr.r / Mineral 'Paint; Do do lit woo/, barrels.-- ,Margaret Chaplin Sims, Martha Mason Makes' the richest heaviest tMekestindmcetpermanen

'; ... .. .. ,#10ppTW .. THETROB :. .. OO'barrels Machinery Oil price 75 cent and HOLLAND Clover Leaf Gm n. Apple. Anchor, Cologne Sims and the other infant child of William, W. 'a lather,of. aaj Shai

.s. ** iaM*,ft*ifci 1llillftL.a.I 00Jr. 40 per gallon. and Scotch. Sims deceased,reside out Of the State of Florida bgSoapnoiriacaev; < --
DIGEST WE FLUID 2,XX) gallons same, 75. cents, In tasks of various WHIUE-Irh beyond the jurisdiction of this Court but In : _: .
, iJegal'and other Business Cards,per..ii. .lOjOO sites. el lit and 2d quality. tit
the United States! and that defendants Lucy
.": .i" Notices to.debt ra and'eroditors, I TtlOApplieatioa OB;' GASTRIC' .JT1CE, 200 barrels boiled Paint Oil,65 eta per gal. D O'Mara.;Ptt.lbu.Sheaf. Rye, and Brockenbrongh George S. Hawkins, and Mary LEONARD'S7LLVOR1NGUL:
for letters of administntio-00 0,000,gallons do do do do K. Hawkins his wife- reside in the Western CIrcuit
!',: Notice of Prepared from RxNRn.or the fourth STOMACH in casks of various sites. D Baltimore, Western Rye. and New ia the State of Florida, and that defendants, TRACTS namely Lemon,'Yanllk, Bose)
for Admln1eW&toi
, AppliaatiQB as or TUB -01' \ .directions of Baron LIE8IG.tll 850 barrels Tanners' Oil,various kinds and I Orleans rectified. George:L..Broekenbrouth,'Ellen I : $Io..bo great Physiological Chemist,by J.S.Hough qualities from 35 to 60 cents per gaL RUM-Jamaica, St. Croix, New Ore I rough, Lucy B..Muweu.Eliaabe'h V. Max. Pie Creams .,lees &o ,

I ForannoancemeiitofcandldatcsforoQev6, ,OQSo ton.' M. I).,Philadelphia}Pa., 1,500.gallons, in casks of various sites,various and England. well,V.Maxwell and Simon Maxwell; reside in and art
: : aaaonacemout will be mad. unless the same This Is 'ruqwlnderfQI rein.cl.ftor Indtges- kinds and qualities,from 35 to 50 PEACH; BL&NDZ-Old North Carolina and Vi he Middle: CITCIIh of the State of Florida very choice, exceedingly convenient.Housekeeper .C

I lion, Dyspepsia,Jaundice,Liver Complaint. Con cents per gallon. ginia. It is therefore ordered, that said defendants residing should never be /withoot
f. b.accompanied with the amount charged. itip&llonml Debility' curing :after 'Nature's p 60 tons tallow grease, for heavy bearings. Al BRANDY-New Jersey and North Car*- in the' State of Florida, and out of the them. Those'who deIIhtIn the Vliciona -

Editorial notices for private, benefit will be own method by-Nature's_ xwn. agent. the G. and coarse machinery, in barrels or ina.COBDIALS-Noyeau. Perfect,Love, Annisett.,' Eastern Circuit, do appear and answer the bill flaror and exquisite perfume ',of t
charged double the raU of advertising.Religions trio Juice. casks, of any consistency required. dose of complaint filed in tie cause within two months Fraita and.flowers will find in th-
Cinnamon and .
t' -Hstfs; teupoonful' Peptln, infused in I Price 6 cents per pound. reprmlnt from the date'of the publication of this order,
I t : ,Obituary and Marriage notices,will.published water;wQl digest or dissolve'/ "po* d$ of J'OlQl,1 150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint,In barrels, at I WJNaMaet ,Cna& and that defendants residing beyond the limits Flavoring xtracti aU that they on
.'. gratis.Gbmmmfileationi. chit in otoW twokwrt,'out of th. stomaca,- the lowest market price. C in i and } C& of the State of Florida but in the jurisdiction desire.LEONARD'S. _
l'ep in is tbe element, or great Digettlv MaditneryOil warranted not to chili In- the Port, Key ..ndother choice .
great ,
I. njott be poet paid. : Pag' 6 f the United States, do appear and answer the LEMON SYRUP
Daft Gordon &.Co. Benitan
,T I Ll principle vr the Gastric Jwe -***Solvtnt aftkt coldest weather, and considered by those using itequal and same, within four months from the date of the 1JeiD.
Fowl, the Purifying Prtitnri g, and 8timlatI'ftjr to sperm oil.TJoiled other cJolee brands. publication of this order or that said bill betaken made from Yarn instead of from Adds-,
j Jj BY THE PHBSIDESrr OF ,THE Agent of tbe Stomach and laUstines. It Ii Paint Oil, equal to Linseed Oq. ,other D BroW do do. I for confessed against them. u an all the ordinary kinds is not call;

UNITED STATES.HQlard extracted from the Digestive Stomach of the Or, than for white. ,, <* :: ." "., V.n&, London. -. Paol&e And it Is further ordered that publication of far more pleasant bUt s1ao.she<h.
Itt t thu I forming AN.ARTIFICIAL MOKSTITO FLUID, I am constantly receiving large supplies J of the Cargo do. this order be made in some news paper published fol and wholesome anti make* the ;.
preoisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its above named articles, and my motto ii, "Small I Do Sicily Maei quarter cb. in Jacksonville,in Dnval County aforesaid once ) Boat
: :, Fillmore, President chemical powers and furnishing a cotnplttt aadftrfect profits and quick returns. D sweet j casks.. a week, for the space of four months. agreeable of summer drinks.

'fi.. t v *f the United States of America in "wllitKt,fur it. By the aid of this pro B. F. POND. LlfDI PoaTIt-B&t quarts and pints. THOMAS DOUGLAS Judge, &e. &e. LEONARD'S MUSTARD.-Those desirous
) Ale fe
pursuance & ,
mration, the pains and evils of Indigestion andDypepal& I 56 Water st., (under the. Pearl,1House,) Indi quarts pint STATE OP FLORIDA,
1,;'iI } of tbe provisions of tbe act of Con. are removed,just as they would be bra Jan. I, 1852. New York. CIP4QJ CIDER ,one dozen County of Duval. J of using Mustard that is not half
do throe and six dozen each and wish it
* t.' rrens, entitled An act in relation to the healthy Stomach. It is doing wonders for Dyspeptics New Grocery and Provision ; Isidore V.Garnie*, Jerk of the Circuit Court rice-floor perfectly nraxv
curing cases of debility,emaciation, neT Stored WINK BITTERS-Boxes,one dozen each, and on should try Leonard's Pure Mustardy and
* S lands IOld in the Greenahurg, late St Ha- SUBSCRIBERS having & for said County, do hereby certify that the foregoing
rons decline,' and dyspeptic Consumption,
lena'Land District in the State of Louisiana supposed THE Cordials, ortler is a true and correct copy of an order they will enjoy an articlevery different
St. assorted do do.
l.'tr f. to be on the derge of the grave. The Scisntifio on Bay formerly occupied by file office.
'. and authorizing the re-survey of certain evidenced on which it is based is in tho Alsop ft hours,would invite the attention of purchasers Claret Wine, do do. now on In in.my Witness,whereof have hereuntoset from what la usually called Mustard.

f ts: lands *.said district,"approved August 29tb, highest degree curious and remarkable. Groceries to,Provisions their large, &c.and Sc.general-consisting assortment in partof of t Madei do do do.do. my hand and affixed the Seal -

4' IS42. and of the acts of Congress author SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. Sherry POI do do. (L. S.] of said Court on this eleventh
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.';.t izinJt tbe sale of the Public Lands, do hereby Baron LIEBEO,in his celebrated work on Animal Flou' Fulton Market Beef. Butter Champagne, In baskets,one dozen each, quarts day ISIDORE of October,V.A.D..1852. Bardofte'0 Tasteless

ft. declare and make known, that a public sale Chemistry, says r.II Ao ArtiJieial Digestive I C orn. Mess Pork. Lard. and pintFg, Heidi Bouche, CaOt I Clerk Circuit Court Daval GARNIE
, )M will be held at tbe Land Office at GREENS- Fluid, analagotas to the Gastric Juice may bo R ico. Pickled Shad. Cheese and Oct. M-4m County. WORM SUGAR DROPS

t, BURG, in the State of LOCISUKA, readily prepared front the. mucous membrane of Mackerel. The abv comprise some of the finest Wines,
. comment Stomach of the Ox, in which various articles Choice Hams i .
ting on Monday, the eleventh day of April of food, as meat and Eggs will bt softened, Bacon Sides ft Shoulders. I AMERICAN. AWD.FOREIGN

:.-t 'j'I" next for the mile o' the unappropriated and changed,and digested jtut .in the tame manner Powdon Starch. Wines. LEMON SYRUP, in half quarter casks, AGENCY ,

t vacant tracts of Public Land situated within at they would be in the human ttomach." Shot. Candles. Liquors barrels, kegs, and in boxes pip.dozen cash.JamaicaLiine CITY Qp WASHINGTON
' J: the limits ofthe following named Townships Dr..COMBE; in his 'valuable'writings'On' the Lead. Soap. Segars. Juice, do do do do. J
and fractional 'Physiology of Digestion," observes that "a Paints, Oils, Drugs,&o. &o.-Which they will I Sardines, in whole half, and -TTNTO11111* direction of AARON HAIGHT
Townships according to diminution of the due quantity of Gastric JuiceS Sell low FOR CASH. Lobsters, Mackerel, Salmon qur bxes 1canisters. I U PALMER of New York, and WORTHINGTON -
.N' approved plats of re-survey, to wit: i a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dysepsia Their stock of goods having been purchased I i CJ I GARRETTSON SNETHENofNew

:v;. South of the base line, and vest of theprin. p ," and he states that "a distinguished pro- solely for cash, they flatter themselves that they East Id Preserved Ginger in boxes of 9 Orleansv Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme
. V eipal meridian.Township f ensor of medicine in London, who was severely can sell them on terms which will make it an object j aw Court of the United States.

< ; two, of one. afflicted with this complaint,finding-every thing to buyers to purchse of them. I French Cherries in Brandy, I boxes of 1 dos- This establishment is formed. for the following
i range else to.fail, had recourse to the Gastric Juice,chained F. WAVER & CO each. objects
"Fractional township'three, of range three. t from the stomachs of living animalswhioh Jacksonville,Nov. 18, 1822._tf Fruits I Brandy, in boxes of 1 dozen each, 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of
Ijt Fractional township two of range five. proved completely tuceeitful." assorted. the United States and conducting professional

. ,t South of the base tine, and east of the pn'ncipal Dr. GRAHAM author of the famous works on REMOVAL. Do do In their own juice, do do. business before Congress. _
,i.t :; meridian. 4 Vegetable Diet," says: "It is a remarkable Pie Fruits,do do. 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims
,4 :ti Fractional of Cad in physiology, that the stomachs of animals, MOODY l & BOULTER would inform their Stuart's and Lovewng's Steam Refined Sugars. in law or equity against the United States before They contain no calomel or mercury in
' : township eight range one. macerated in water impart to the fluid the prop* and the public that they have Congress or the executive Departments,or any form or any deleterious ingredient
c., 1.' Townships one two, three, and four, and erty of dissolving various articles of food and of removed their Stock of Goods to the new building, i Do Loaf, in boxes and half boxes of 16 loaves against foreign Governments before Boards of r whatever, and are at -once attractive to
' ,-:. fractional township eight, of range two. effecting a kind of artificial digestion oi them in One Door East of the Store of Ambler & i each. Commissioners. '
.-.ae Townships one, two, three, four, and six no wise different.from the natural digestive pro Do Crushed, in barrels. 3 For the settlement of accounts with the tbeeyepleMttOthet&steandSU13ifl
; it and fractional cess." Hoeg, I Do Ground or in barrels. State, Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office, and I their operation. Children eat .them,
of '
,... township eight, range 09-Catt: on the Agent and get a descriptive where they are now opening a large and elegant Do Steam Pu1ere in boxes of lbs I Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission with great avidity and pleasure.,
. three. ircular, gratis,giving a large amount of scientific assortment of each. Ca 4 of fines.penalties, and forfeitures,for alleged -

; r Township one. two, three and four, of evidence,similar to the above, together with NEW GOODS Almonds, bt Bordeaux and Marseilles, soft violations of the revenue, post office, or other
ii''i range four.Townships. reports of remarkable cures from all parts of the and had laws. UvczDeo.2,1852.
.. one, two, three, four, five six, United States. Ca.reC1il11selected to suit the market, and comprising Castile Sap of superior quality, In boxes of 4. For securing letters patent for inventions Gent.-The frequent calls and favorable
; AS A about Ibs ech. from the United states or from foreign Govern reports we get of the of BASK
! ; and seven, and fractional townships eight DYSPEPSIA CURE A COMPLETE PTOCK OF- 2 meats, and procuring land warrants and use
n..;Q and nine, of range five. marvellous Dr. Houghtou's effects in Pepsin has Diseases produced of the most Fancy and Family Groceries; I Jakson's Velvet Wine, in bales, and bags of 7 under the various pension laws of the United I DOTTJ'. WORM Sroia DROPS, reminds me
curing Debility the '
.,.'' Townships one, two, three four, five, six, Emaciation. Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic Con, Provisions, Corn, Hay, and Flour ; g I eah. States. promise recently made to send
li ; and seven of range six. sumption. It is impossible to give the details of Fancy and Staple Dry Gooddj') I .D common Bottle,bags gross. ,6. For collections generally embracing debts you some certificates taken by us. Here
'il in the limits of this advertisement but Jug and Tap, 5 legacies and Inheritances the United States with you w31 find copies of two Martm'Huber'
' : Township one, two, three four fire six cases ; authenticated Clothing, Boots and Shoes; Do Velvet 4 and 5 and foreign countries* .
t certificates have been of DmiJoh gross William Sta&ton'a both
JI andsevenof range seven. given more Hats and Caps 6. For the and sale of ,
purchase lands In of
Vinegar, In quarter tasks. any
than httndrtd remarkable honest
two Whte and
cures, in Philadelphia reliable the latter
it' Townships one,two, three, four, five and New York and.Boston-alone. These Sadlery Do, Cider in barrels. the States or Territories of the Union, and loaning men hating
'.1 seven, of range eight. nearly) all desperate cases and the cure wen were not Furniture; SEOARS...A Urge assortment of Rio Hondos I, moneys on mortgage of real estate lying been known to me nearly twenty yean.To4ay ,

", ii: Townships one, two, three, four, fire six, only rapid and wonderful, but permanent. Crockery, Glass and Earthenware : CD1oDr.f'iantrop Washington, and other therein._7_ For investment' of funds In United States a farmer called and gottJ.Ncorid .'
ImporUitioa. L box the first been admin
is having
ff and seven, of range nine. It a great nervous antidote and parUcularlr Hardware and Cutlery A and State stocks loans
; and
,: meful.for tendency to Bllioa'dilO ides, Havana Cheroots and Cuba of the divi istered with favorable results
; Townships one, two, and three, of range I Fever and Hollow Ware; TOBACCO-P. Robinson's celebrated deeds thereon and, generally for the transaction very lame
; Complaint Ague or badly treated Hone two
ten. Fever and Ague, and the evil effects of Quinine, Wooden Ware; Dew, 4 lb. plugs in whole and half boxes, 011 of all business pertaining to a law, loan, and his or'thirteen three) weeks since to a daughterof
ol Townships one, two three four sir and Mercury, and other Drugs the Tin Ware Ibs.each. banking agency. yeas case

1 upon organs ;'
4 and fractional after a long sickness. Also, for excess in Do Rough and Ready, In kegs of about 100Ibs All communications addreued..postpaid. to the parents did not how that the child
of r Cordage
seven township eight, ; Messrs. Palmer
. eating, and the too free use of ardent spirits. It each. Snethen. American and Foreign raided worms.but she immediately recovered *,
range eleven. almost reconciles Health with Intemperance. Stationery; Do Word's Premium Tobacco, I 6's, 8s, and Agency, city of Washington, will receive her health. ,
Townships one, two, three, four, five Drugs and Medicines; I Jb. prompt and faithful attention. -_
. sir; and seven,and fractional township nine' DR. J. 8. HOUCHTON'S, Paints and Oils Do El Dorado, in boxes 40 to 45 Ibs. each PALMER SNETHEN, Truly and respectfully yours,
: ;
r':"r It of range twelve.Townships ,p Liquors, &c. &c. 4 Ib.And plugs.a variety of other brands, I 5's, 8 and JnlyS.Office No.0 Carroll Place lawtf.Bountv Capitol. Hill. WILLIAM BRISTOL. *

Ir : one, two, an 1 three, I fractional Which they offer CHEAP FOR CASH. Being convinced Smoking Tobacco, I boxes of 5 and 8 down, UTICA, June 10, 1852.
i township four township five, and fractional that the only way for a merchant to sell 4 and 8 01. papers. I that I
... J township nine, of range thirteen. Goods cheap is to adopt the cash system, they Wine Bottles-French and German Patent, in Land and General Agency ,, certify purchased of Messrs.,
I; Fractional will hereafter sell for CASH ONLY Trusting that hampers, one gross each. BRISTOL & Co. day before yester
townships one three ( Washington D. C.
I and
: our, examination of ball day a box of Bordotte's Yermifugo
merchandise ud
. f nix an our and prices Flasks-quarts, pints pints.Demijoha Sugar
:? township eight, and fractional township will convince our customers that the cash system eI, 2, 3, 4, and 6 gallons.CandlesSperm JOSEPH T. WALKER will rive prompt Drops for a child of mine, fbnr and a half
f. nine, of range fourteen. is more for their benefit than our own, we Invite Pearl, s.nd'Adam..ntlne. attention to the BOUNTY old whom I
: Fractional townships seven and them to call on as. % Pickles and Sauces. LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged years supposed troubled with
'f !r. nine, of range fifteen. MOODY BOULTER. TSAS-Hyson, Imperial, and Black. in the FLORIDA WAR. or in either of the INDIAN worms. I had tried to get Vermifuge
''}: ; Fractional October 14th 1852. 3m janS-ly WARS in which the U.'States have been engaged I down her sereral times but could not do
township Dine of range six or the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to U ,without holding her .and she'
:?1 : 4 teen. Watches, Jewelry, Clocks&c fee.C. Ch.rleatn. OJ chums on the U.State. for MILITARY SERVICES I would Tomit all nose
t .t: Lands which have been and shall be se WE: have day an.1t83. SUPPLIES, PENSIONS,LOST PROPERTY, &C., and SO aftershegotthetutoofth'SuGaDaopsg up after
.h 1i lected and designated for the D."OAK H CROFT in business with us under any description of business requiring an Agent or
.c: .".t tbe act entitled An State under Is sold by nearly all the Dealers in Una Drugs and I We style of.CHAFE,St.AM AND&CROF. Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land for more. Yesterday and to-day
;'.! 7. act to aid the State oi popular medicines throughout the United State.. "ffTAVING last returned from the Northwonld and wouldaoUe for the new firm a Warrants,his charge win be$5. In other eases we gate her the contents of the box;'and*
Louisiana in draining the swamp lands It u prepared in powder and in fluid form,and I ia JLM. the public that he has of fTon bestowed on the charge will be proportioned to the nature and today'it brought .away FOURTEEN
: : (: therein,"' approved March 2J, 1849 and the prescription phials for the use of physicians. rcapecU'iiiinf'orm 'of Yours,very respectfully, difficulty of the case LARGE WORMS! some of them foot,
..I ':;:.', act entitled u An act to enable tbe State oft Private Circulars for the use of physicians may WATCHES, CHAFEE fc Sr.AMAND. He will also act In connection with Agents or .
... Arkansas and other States be obtained of>Dr. Houghton or his Agents describing Fine Gold'Jewelry of every description ; WE Respectfully invite your attention to our Attorneys in Florida who may be employed in 10" r : .
to reclaim 'the the whole process of preparation and giving Gold and Silver Guard, Fob.and Vest Chains I; stock of Win. Liquors. Tobacco, Bounty Land and other claims, on terms which MARTIN'HDBER .
swamp lands within their limits ap the authorities upon which the claims of this GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES; Sga&c'l we feel & be offered may be agreed upon. Letters [which should he Eut&theBigBaainBroad-.tUtss.
"I proved September 28th, 1850;also, all those new remedy are based.. As it.is MOT A SECRET SILVER WARE-such as Spoons of all k.nd, that will compete with e our most favored post paid will receive Immediate attention. .,- .
L- tracts for which the patents have been ISSUed REMEDY, no objection can be raised against its .'Butter Knives, &o. Gold and Silver Pencils: markets. June ff. lawtf. 'uT ;
for use by physicians in respectable standing and regular GOLD PENS Having extensive engagements with Noy16,1852.
or applied by the day appointed for the ; some of Mean...WK C4\ '
4 commencement of the sale practiced,Price ,ONE DOLLAR'PER Knives,Rators, Scissors, Shears &o. splendid the most respectable nrD in Europe,our customers ,. .Notice. ,.mtOL & : w .,
or which shal l ;II0TTLE. 'IORSERVE lot of Ladies' Fans, Combs, Brushes, &o.; can be assured of genuineness of the Liquors TO THE OFFICERS Gentlemen.-M1IUUe daughter, aged
have been AND
not finally acted upon by tha ( .-Every bottle of the PERFUMERY, &c.; which we may sell,them; and our direct SOLDIERSOF 7 years, had been ailing for three or four. .J
time under the provisions of the act of 29tb genuine P/PS/JVbears the written signature of CIGAR CASES, PORT MON4IES importations enables us&supply them on terms! THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE nnntrm... anI1-fPILPI.tclte RItA ,. ;.M M
j August, 1842 herein before :. S. HOUGHTON.M. ,V., sole ftoprietor, as can offered In northern THE REVOLUTION. -----0 '-- -- -0---'
adY&IItgeoou any
mentioned other articles troubled with
._ together many too numerous to men worms about a week !
Pa. ago .
Philadelphia, Copy-right and TradeJJl&rkaecured. .
with Irket. a recent Act of .
lands Congress officers and sol
F appropriateJ by law for tion. 09-Tbe public are invited to call. BY bought at store box
visit your a. of BABDOTTE'S
; yon our we shall take who have -
: f. City ( not received
: ) are
' : the use of school*, military and other 9So1dbyal1Dreggiit.sndDealersInMed I, (jcj-watches and Jewelry repaired at short no plea SUGAR ,
purposes waiting to BOUNTY DROPS and admn -
:. i.clnu. tice,and warranted. upon you feeling assured LAND for services of one monthor
.I':. ; 'I t il1" excluded from the tale. Jacksonville,S 1. 1853 the variety and extent our 1101 will! more j the widows,and minor children of those tered them all to her in one day.Within
. The offering of the abovejmf ntioned lands EGBERT POINSETT it to your nterest to make 7'1U' with us. : deceased, are also entitled. The Subscriber will twenty-four hours after she passed '1J
: I ;;: will be commenced on the day appointed 4gent. Jacksonville, Ha New Goods New Goods Should yon favor us with your 0r the peat undertake, at a moderate compensation the TWIHTT-TWO WORKS of away *
" 1 and.will: IS-At Wholesale est care will be taken In claims of those interested. Having been some ,Jthenf tBCt
r-- proceed in the order in J.A.MAYER d Retail.JUST I employ
, 1 $ they WkoUtale and RECEIVED, direct your goods,and no efforts h to give ed in public office for several years, his experience or tRrelreiBcbcs )OIlS. We'fave;;
I are advertised, with all convenient Retail Agent, Savannah. Ga. from New York, a satisfaction in w ar : her "
despatch, SepU..6z-17 Assortment of Fashionable you every in such matters will enable him to afford great no medicine. Since then, aha
j until .the whole shall have been o offered and: Dress Goods,of French-British and American Spring Yours very truly, ACHAFEE facilities to claimants for LAND AND PENSIONS has been different child entirely.

. ;m, the sale thus closed ; but tbe salt shall no Manufacture comprising in part-. ST. AMAND ft CROFT. and save them a great deal of trouble .She had not slept well nights, but used ;
I bekept open longer than two weeks, and French oft col d Ginghams, American do. O. I.OID. and expense. Where'he obtains nothing, no to out in her
no 111-r'DBU& AID" fAltI i M, cry sleep andl was thaitwethouldnotralseher.
; BI. I. .4. charge is made All letters post-paid will receive
d. I private entry of of tbe lands French English and American PriMa, '
any will be
'1 : pitied until .after the ad -. Furniture Chintz,Fig'd and Plain Lawol THOS. H. CXOIT. fbWt prompt attention and the necessary forms and ,Now.ihe,is ..
r- of the two : subscriber Dew opening, at Jtis Store and Muslins, REMOVAL Instructions sent. tirelyweJL __
;11 ;;t.. Weeks; I .THE Forsyth-street general assortment of De.Jackonets,Plain and Fig'd Swiss Mi UKJMLOVAL. C.'W. BENNETT Att'y.Washington 'having mioualy> used various oU> ?

i j'. Gin under by hand, at tbe city of Washington : DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS' liDS FflHE.undersigned would beg leave t inform ? D.'O. warm: medicines hi TKJ family I can safety.
October.1850. .
this fourth day of November; Anno Cambrics and Jackonets,plain end checked, J*. ua citisens 01. ana I t recommend BARDOTTX'S
: AND "aaV DROPS *

,1 iti Domini. one thousand .igbt hundred and 6111..0. r. aFaSUXlCD sr, ,.Q.tpOdCDncam. Fig'd Borage.tern. Silk. Tissues,very rich pat clots that he Stores has removed.of ". hopes eo1 s GEORGE H. SMITH & CO able to all other,remedies .for .the aspnfe'. eJeo-

,4 RECEHTLY SELECTED WITH OREAT CARXIM Fide,' Block Silk very eheap, Marseilles '' meet his friends D B1'u.ready wtaer to purchase AUCTIONEERING AND "COMMISS10N toal eradication ofwornia.WILLIAM -., A

jd MILLAUDFILLMOaE.. TIrE CITY or lOW YORE,- and Florence Suks, of every color the very many cheap articles as In times past} th. ""' MRRCHAMTS; STANTON .<* -
B/the President: He Invites the attention-of Crape Shawls plain and embroidered--,. store win be
,iri4 Merchants Physicians spacious, neat, and JACKSONVILLE. 42 Water Street TJtica.
JOHN WILSON and the community,, to his Stock with the Pans Kid Gloves Black and ool'd Lace Mils, taut for Lies All ouen.. pi. ... ,,
'I ;;1 Comntutoner of the assuraneo that the articles will be found to 1 be Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, duced nearly at go, w. to clear r ; --/1
o hare entered Into
eo- .
ji r. fresh.ofprtineqnailtysndstulowprfee. JennyXind Gaiters, the winter. .
as to make for Always for
ready the ready
they can bo bought in any market of the South Bronte-tipped Bootees Opera Gaiters, The stock consists Prints, Ginghams, Figured Spring JL partnership for the pnepose of carrying on .use.. -- .

'fi--1: NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS, COIUI'rJ.0"' Single Ties, Buskins, Slippers, fto. da le all wool, Plain and fig.,which will be sales the above business consignment and .prepared to make ...t'1
either oa auction of
The most or at (one
Every entitled OrTZRJ approved styles Spring Bon et old Bombasines .
person .to tbe'rigbt of ; Alpacas, :
preemption Chewing Tobacco A Cigar*, Old Liquors Do.Children a Hats, Silk Bonnets richly Chameleon Moha. the firm being aa auctioneer.) 'Both of the firm
to any of tbe tracts .of land to be stud Wine, BUUoucryVFIa. Cutlery, trimmed and of the latest fashion Italian Lut.J Merino. Fig Wool P are well acquanted with the merchants and citi- '.

,,1t.4' offered for' salewigbin tbe townships and ,. Jewelry _, 4e.. French Flowers,rich Bonnet Ribbons.Gntlemen't Shootings, Shirtings, Table Linens lens of the Interior, which gives them the advantage '
11 :1 fractional townships above enumerated i i. .The LADIES will find he thinks many articles WeaBoots ,'- Cloths, so. fine silk 1 Damask of making ready sales of any goode or_mer .
and '
t required to establish the same to the satis adapted to their wants and tastes-all of which he ,Gaiters, and Shoes Bonnets of AbouUwen"Tr will be a ebandlzewhlcliniaybeicnt- to'then-. on consign.

,,, I faction of the Begirte'r'and Receiver of tbe will jnoeft be glad to exhibit'. .and. sell for CASH.' ; Beady made Clothing,a splendid assortment coat;this will be a rare chance for lh a men'.pae will give their attention to making good .
I" fine. -
some supply themselves ..
proper Land Office and very with Hats: large and immediate sales.
making They would
therefor os paymen -. -. ; .. -- Country merchants"supplied for cash, on terms sortment Plain, Fig. and Embroidered a licit merchLnts respectfully so _
toon at practicable after' tetint WINDOW SIl PUTTY.. equal to New York prices.. The country public mere Shawls, exceedingly low patronagvfrom and tradesmen of
Si M&IItu ether cities, who wish to
Ii this seUcoe.in olll'JJl&rkeL
notice udbef.e the solicited to call Laces ,
day ippoint fo r Qu.assorted sixes are and examine Goods and nrices. prices, a very rich as- .
19' the commencement' of tbe'pD.blic sale of It Ip94 40'UoPlW1n40W'Bladder Putty' ;- Ct At the Brick Cash Store. IOrbDen& Paris Kid Glo.-el Silt 40. Long and .4edto.Anybnslneulnthelrllnewulbepromptly- at .

lands embracing ibe tract claimed othenvisauebclaim C For sale low for cash. LB. AMERMAN Short Silk Lace Mitts Bonnet Ribbons, Neck ..I GEORGE H. SMITH

will lie lorfeiled.. JNa. M. PAYNE, : BUFFINOTON. HOUSE I and and Belt do.: Linen Cambric Hdkfs,Embroidered 'JOHN'W. PRICE.

I..:. j 'I JOHNvir.snwCianit A r. 19-&t Z' -,!- ._ -: --: ruiUt.OHlt JACKSONVILLE. EAST. ".FOOmDi.- ,-- ---.. ; SilkHOIO Plain at from II 00 12J,sad oents in to fact ftl _60 every,Blk article and Col.of &RurincaA Co.,R Boulter ft Co.M.Samuel. Fernando Willams, Bubee

If the General Land lasnionaoie dress goods,can be had at New York \ Alsop
Office ft flours, J Jacksonville Boston& I A La-
aovM .- -A. ZUTERj 'DRUGGIST; PROPRIETOR of this well prices. Gentlemen are solicited to call
; : litA, THE known and ex roche E M Moore"'Co.,< Seaborn GoodalL Sa
Csrsit ;. liat.ri.rIda. Jfe, 154 BroufhtAH street Saysanais, 0. is pleased to announce to his old amine the large stock of Ready Made Clothing; nnaiJsn.. 15, 1852. tf. .
.ath also
patrons and those the Cloths, Cassimens Vesting Drawers. .
.niCU alt, JI. .OFFERS, visiting "Sonny South"for Cra -
13. MrMCoiuityF*& Term, 11 line for u1evet7artlcl.'In'.his health o pleasure, thai vats Wrappers,Collars,and general assortment '
of business beddedS
of eeD lemara'. we Boots, Shoes Pekin Tea Company Warehouses
: tp&zIl 0. Gu Lam His House has.undergone a thorough reno.T1101 ,Gal "
Csmpbine len Ties
Slippers. &o. The
c.tUdMwe1clal.ft tor'cU, .". I 1I4"'h"Warranted Oafen *' ', sollciteJ : public are respoct- 78 and "T Pulton st, Ke w;T.rk."KTHE .; .
Ne- 1e
: ', .. ? fully to and examine goods and criees i < Leonard's afPow4er."
a t Se for taemselves '* -* '.PEKIN .TE l.COMPANY has .. _. ,: .
and has been well fitted suit the most fast ,at Byrne's New Block;second -- ,, .
VT vppeariaf *o the satisfaction of,the'Court. garsfce.k i 'fI: 1P't !- .,; fJ.J been established c "
JH %' dices, having most of C ,' door eorner.ei, Bay Mil Newnan Streets!'... many years, and hasi'5lwSrt -
. by affidavit made and filed U tblt cause,tha I At wholesaleaa4 retaO: ... R.wFUJ'SHD > febStf malntalnedsLigh; ThisPowtlOTtsanadmlraHetnleiitatefcr
.-. tie &bo DecI.J4Jlaa W.kb I,reddes.'ont'-of N. B. Spirit manufactured, and always- -fresh.1aadl -WITH ENTIRE fPUBITU .L.B.AMERMAN. r for Teas of the most delicious oCr Yunv In\ .ttaklnsBres4randall> I

tais Cireait bat ia the State of Florida, to wit. for sale as low. M.ea Urpurchas lathe The Proprietor has also secured ,the services ( andfragrancy and at prices which have in every lands of Batter Cake*,and has ihe ad7rantageover
ia the Western Circuit. K is ordered (bat Northern market,for cash er approved credit. instance given satisfaction; *The
be o Teas
a lady of long standing and reputation ; :CLINOHHOUSE are war ; YeaX in.aaaking the batter<
afpearaao answer said billon UM first Monday' .as: ranted pure,and be returned
may if
. .April Mxti tberwis< the eOBomUloant's bill' UAMPAONEOfee1vodiudforha1by&btMor.nr: ,' t't''I House-Keeper. He will .p.no pains to make :, pTOJrn! 'her 1 are repruentedTh.ther.'do. not :I perfectly light and nadir for bating the'bstant '
will k take eonfesso '. '. thi 8.one of the and hopes SUBSCRIBES Teas U Is.mixed.. "Buckwheat' awlrother
pro against ; &.j that I Fond = ,Company we done la ;
q I tbli rdar lie publish ia some Bewspaporpab.' :.DQvl!. < : -_ "...WAYE&kCO.TYOU8E tel a good .I and merit personal baring the aoov.lloue reotDtJ1. opened, __ Ib.\and!1 lb.s packages, making up it convenient Cakes when made with this Pow7
and would
receive '
: aw..r I.tu Sute for two ate bi0 the reipecthaity
moaUu for
the .o. -
'! ssJ4. FRSL1It6V" rou 0. Itch the of ths There country merchants have'a'jheaVTartety .der, are les* likely '.iitei..withitbo,
p .T.cAJtr s&tiNCA8T : .JUIJl-&t. fWI U.bit f'OLSOM. 1lllot a call fronT his are at vi'. some ve to six rooms unoccupied. a-BmaOlroutlayof be eapttaU-IHotel: keepers stomachand than those'.made with 'X-Jt .,
; : may always certain
- = 01&. State of FloridV. t'-p.----! ', ,> ( I $*Travellers e'Ir.. ', :'tOI fTSv1,0' the laDle With fire ptAoos. The How uniform character of.Tea of.Mvfcwpp which. their table a as U requires: but a'few' minutes tprepare .,
t r -. I..of I A. lam Md Livery !. Ii attach JswitMn tine hundred and fifty. of. ; Teas' of which for .
yard the
A. t.tI'tOOl'lL'Ju. Attesti" *' trJ i &b Post therein baking; of e'
.Urge thepoesibiKtr
0p7 ; -
..L ,. 4_.. :to the JI 0_. _; r T -j-: Office and wharves.: The undersigned Ir A Tbriety, .are doneup three
t..K. 1J..q CJerkAfl. Western 'for OeaJ wrappers. !The inside U'of toad the i.baTiintfeemipFRUcflar; Ij TOi4 d, --
:ivj S WEEK81daLe.I.wiLpplyte.the T. Stage loaves the.Roe soon Swtf four hone Coaeh <d two'tione second wa- .- ..s" '
& -
I t Judge of Probst for Colombia ( & boat. .** ', Hack MaUnael both leaving for Ocala tie.oafcide Calaew.sfee]*. ..0
county or Ntoth. ItmJ.weet- F. t.11.
i Va..a.o For Ht1f'1flr
UUmjrf Iy.i" further :
1" AteteteraMon
to to* stat&ot BUFFINGTON. partlc.1arI.pplr. ,
I E. a' &he -
.,JlUSUUJllt I weD n.a'PIANO tow.I :: ? 1 tU JacksonvIlle eStee..0 For 2''th''N..Yort jniees.'ftrtask. o.-BLOODGOOtr."BouSR f_ h
oq' clee..j" nr1nu mM i *: ?: .L- : //JPuriiiKfoE. Repub1fqa anti N.. oy
: J \' tb. w
# RM "WI J'J! t f'i .z; Dqy WlLW3IJt.EDWAJU 'J' : .,1., _r "JAMESB.ASKEW- 4J011"j.J OHt&ATMAylRjf.t ': 'BstretIckweyWq.a:

t. September 218 ::NeW 0 fat) P&1atbJ..IW7S'Iqt.. .' .. .101" :2941" Wtoiwihtai- -?%; ;Ii..J.;_Savannah.Ga, r aUo1-thaboycyaJabIi. t. -

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