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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: March 10, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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14. The route the service, the yearly pay, the tried to explain'that the" law"'was intended 'party,'who has --- !
name and residence of the transcended all between an* New Orleans short time-
bidder and those of .. C..I.cl.. Pitiyte r'l
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PROPOSALS..for July carrying 1, &_UM, to Mini hae of,1855 the each member of a firm, when a company oflers, only for mere Indians, I bad to save it by simply t sacrifice one. man,*(General gave an intemting ommary'/of *
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should be distinctly stated; also the mode of conveyance Thus in scheme to kla.) proceedings under the McDosorcn will and]' i
into flight. *
foUowtiff nctet State of
the florld my
on *. if a. higher mode than horseback be in disppointe t 1 I The Washington II
'Will U werired at the Contract Office of the Port tended. remove the I did not dispair. I telegraphic correspon the decisions made in relation thereto by-- '? !
OftM Department, la the eAt) of Washington 15., The bid should be lent under seal addressed i THE.PUBLIC .MEETING. of the Baltimor Son says that a pro the Courts of that State. After referring 1 I i
A.;M. of ttw 4th April, 1853 to be to Vattel he in effect war being P"b c, Me of unusual and which to
tatilt ; decided to the Second Assistant Postmaster General, tame ; says J at Forj : intreat. one the Init.i i instituted in the;name'of t.te' I !
.a die _of April, 1855. superscribed "Mall Proposals ia, the State of a great calamity, they well deerf to die JUh,Eebr"1853, relation to the exciting, the ". attention from the of and *in"r'"I thW !
-" It should be guarantied, and the sufficiency less situation of the frontier and leading members of Lllliaha Marland' t
who violate those laws which have, been Congress, "::' I
FLORIDA.Froe'J'dyI,153 of the guarantor certified, (see forms.) and from thence to ''Bay. been submitted by Mr.Ambroee W. CltlA Ne\.rfen. Blimor. InO. t
should be dispatched in time to be received civilized nations for the Tamp of the contltoaoid the kqnftb.1" j
by or agreed by :
to June 30, 1855. before 9 A. M., of the 8th April, 1853. I upon bv the repeal of of the to establish a line nl steamers ed to the cities, and to J.gid "' H :

.. ,..* New Hirer to Middlebnrg, In Dnral 16. The contracts are,to be executed, and re purpose of diminishing its horrors. There Floria passed.by the L ilature the Western coast of our country of the property of th gye p"r'/. 1

eoity, being aa cztentlon of the route turned to the Department'by or before the lit of fore I come t the conclusion that .the First-The late period to raise Eastern Asia. The line consists pf six States respectively, Puaytme, adds. 1"'

from week.Alligator 80 del and' back, once a July 17., 1853.Under the act of March 3d, 1845, the Indians scalp and torture their prisonersand the State, provided by the act of,1853. to of be not less than and 3.00 for tons mo; ach "Pending)the decii.or of Ms iiiiWi 1'-1" I ,.
r pierced ready' nl. .
Lean New River routes are to be let to the lowest bidders Secondly-The of their C '* ) iheiei"at i.
every Wednesday at 7 tendering commit other horrors too numerous to neceity of the heaviest 'batteries for Supreme 1
war Jn1'.n" !
an; sufficient guaranties, without reference to the railed into the 'next'- pur law of '.; qi i iIi' A :
Arrive at Mradlebnrg cam day by 7 p n; mode of transportation that may be necessary mention. we would"be$justife in retaliating Thirdly-Tue impolicy but in times of peace to carry always United McD'nou' i : 't\i m
Leave Middfcbvff every Tbandar at 7 for the due celerity,eertalnty.and aec.rit7ohaCh them. In this conclusion I have Ion erred. small force under General B. ( gun of the largest ,callibre." )In ,me die lrcli"of CoutOfhiSeiij'against te : the i
Hopkins will il I
transportation. When the lowest bid an 'i !
a proposes of their -f
Arrira at New Hirer tame day by 7 p mFrom mode of conveyance inadequate to the due celerity i I i is a principle enforced by every .respectable leaving ns entirely u'nprtcte voyages in they are to perform cities, to annul the 'wilLand eUimlnj'theeMate .
naval service the North Pacific.
Honuuaana. by Crystal River and eer&ailltADd security of the mail, it will !toWth&* the u heirs at 'law 'Judge MtCalefe'W' I
writer on the law of that reald ,
not be nations will thus afford the most ;
Wakwra.. to LOOK Pond, In Levy county accepted. away. ample pro our reclers'are has decided IMi
80 nile and back once a week. 18. When the bid does not specify a mode of. retaliation i is only justifiable as calculated Fourthly-That a force be ..to the<,wbalin.a.nd.. commercial in favor of the heirs a\ar.and.thCcasehaonP"idit": 4up I
may I
also when it to
Lean Homauena conveyance according
proposes carry
these
Arrive at Lone Pond every to the advertisement, but wLhont such specification to produce effect in the war. Retaliation out t Cooperate 'with the Unite in Ras the completely of relieve on appeal to the Supreme Court at Wasn> "." f I

Leave Long_Fond every it will be considered as a proposal for will produce no effect on the Indians, for troops in defence of the Irn government naval at necesit keep and II ton. Since this appeal wss'takeo'the' '. ', ..
Arrived at Homaaaia horseback service. Fifthly-The whole frontier a squadron Supreme Court of Louisiana has rendered a/1 l i
Bidden will state distance and intermediate 19. A modification of .bid, in any of Its essential those of their warriors who are taken cap abandoned, unless the Suites station. By careful examination decision! in the case before it whichOi'" .. i
offices, abd also a schedule. terms, is tantamount to a a new bid and tive are by the for Unite found that this will be a saving of one in ':
disgraced defence the
SSOO From Fanning by Cook' Hammock, Warrior cannot be received 1 as to interfere with lar very cirCumstance our as Stte ba millions dollars jority of the judges concur in maintaining1' :
Fenballowajr Eeonfence and Rocky competition, after the last hour set for receiving of their caplivity. But supposing retaliation i for the present.SixlhlyThat. the a qurte of This per line annum is the rights of the ntiw, holding, however* ." : ;
Ford, to Marion in Jefferson 90 bids. if two Navy Department. to that neither ,
county, would be justifiable. The of our no more,- Maryland nor Baltimore were1' 't
miles and back, once a week. 20. Postmasters are t be careful not to certify trsages men should be ordered out by the trips between California legally before the court." "r ;
Leave 1 the sufficiency of sureties without country are against it. Whatever has been in
Fanning every Wednesday at p m; guarantors or for China touching going and returning
Arrive at Marion next 6 that they are of sufficient at once, our protection. After giving brief abstract of the latter'*
day by p m; knowing persons responsibility the uniform co-eval and and at some poit J ,
Leave Marlon every Monday at 6 a m; ; and all bidders guarantors, and suretiesare usage c-stensiv Seventhly-A company of U. S. Ilands the Picayune concludes: .
Arrive at Fanning next day by 12 m. distinctly notified that on a failure to enter intoor with the subject to which i relates becomesits under the command of Major,Loud,'is Japan so .on are dtclSI01 "j ,: .
the with that Empire.For The final issue of the question ,of 5
perform contracts fo the service proposed fixed law. Such is the foundation of stationed at Col. Marshall's thi TwIl
FORM FOR A BID for in the accepted bids, thei legal liabilat-'es will near New but at that this service a contract is asked for now hangs as our reader will |* >, ? fi i
be enforced against all common law and such is the Smyrna point the decision of the ;J.
; principal I afford the government to allow the con upon Supreme Court of :
Where Advertisement is To this
no chtzngefrom con.; 21. Contractors are to take the mails no or protection. '
templaled by the bidder.I from,and deliver them required, offices at the ends foundation qf international law. I then I, west of the St. Johns Rver. from to receive the amount of postage the United :tates. If this court arm ihtf '
of routes and all intermediate offices and on shows that from the first is may be collected from mailable judgment of judge McCaleb. the htirsat.lay,;
the be here write the ; history settlementof point across to Tampa an
(or we, as case may ) [
steamboat and railroad lines into intermediate transmitted by the steamers. To aid WU! take the estate? if olber\i the e. ,at.
bare or names in Ml] of[here state the residences country between us and the Indians \ :
] hereby propose to carry the mail on route offices not more than eighty rod from the landing the colonies to the present time we liable, daily, to be assailed by our the immediate establishment of the line will remain as it now stands:under the Je4 :

No. from to as often as the poet or station. have constantly abstained from retaliating who il asked that one-half the amount which cree of the Supreme Court this State" ; ;t i
22.
Present contractors and persons known at neighbors, are, at
muter General' advertisement for proposals on the Department, must, with on the Indians the horrors by them present Postmaster-General may estimate will .
others hostile
equally practiced a
procure position
the same, dated February 2, 1853, requires, inthe DACPHIN 11uetuc.-Tbe Ne
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from the service shall be ad Tit 'ti
time stated in be schedules contained in Inch guarantors in and the forms cretincates abore of their efficiency The towards us, are we not bound by this of the United States, and the postal Tribune states that Mr.Putnam has YorJ' I 1';
substantially in bonds of the > .
advertisement, and by the following mode of cone rrelrib. Florida. Under these government .pay
mnst invariable to abstain from retaliation 1 from the Prince de Joinville 1
"'rAce. to wit: [Here state how it is to be conttred erti8tte. sufficiency by a usage be considered I at the end of the contract term-and a reply to the
,] for the &nnual.um of[here write out the pos mur. or judge or clerk of a court oi R Not from the first settlement ,at Jamestown cannot as asking too of the monthly receipts of the line romantic account of his interview with j : ;
D. HUBBARD
...1. words at fRllleagth.] S. "hel wecalifornid from the strong Rev. Eleazer Williams, published in 4Putnam's
toward the of this ad. lately ,
Postmaster General. down to the present time has an Indian and unless it to go payment i
Dated [Signed.] POST OFFICE DFJUBTXENT government; shoul I monthly. The nature of the reply f.
2 1
: February by government. be fairness of this ;
24-4 18. captive, or non-combatant, been destroyed.Shall from that source, we cannot is not known. It is said that :
Form of a Guaranty. I its and I the ho\\enr. the :i; )
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The undersigned undertake, that if the foregoing -___ __-0=---- the State of Florida led the van iu other_. .source,. with-. confidence.. in feasibity.put forth practical together Prince meets every point of the Rev. Eleazer :i }

bid for carrying. the mail on route No. Poltelea of Iten.val.eoMTYNiCATEn. the downward scale of barbarism ? Let us bignlnly.-u troops are ordered out. the known ability of Mr. Thompson Williams5 narrative, with which he was con !
' the Postmaster General the bidder your petitioner would most : and his of what '4
accepted by gives own account
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shall prior to the 1st day of July next,enter have an honorable war, in which men of request, that B. carry out the project, are gaining friends cne.between them. r'

t.to Ui. required obligation to perform the serYiee tT of boor is one of the strong pas honor can take part, or beware that the assigned to, Majr.Generl whose to this most important measure, passed l'i ;
proposed, with good and sufficIent sureties. this frontier and of the there is now scarcely I doubt, la.1. *
on knowledge PIERCB'S OFFICIAL 0&01N.j
which influence human conduct. Yet assassin which of will ;
our PR&c1tu. .
Dated [signed by two guarantors.] system Sun's correspondent, of the of .1.
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\\ns and of Indian character passage .
try so A di from Washington that J/.
what constitutes honor men differ make, not recoil on ourselves. effect the object the pitch says
may to by
Form abut
ff Certificate. fit him for so arduous and bi present W. Harney,the editor of the

The undersigned (postmaster judge or clerk and often grossly err. This is evinced hy OCALA. service. He has already rendered this has left home for \\' Llisvie'locat. 11

nf a court of record, as the cane may be,) certifies a writer in the Jacksonville News, who has tier important services while in charge solicitation of the majority of the Democratic S;
Plank Road Convention. +.-The remains of Mr. D. M.
that be is well acquainted with the above guarantors I
and their property, and that they are men I rot degenerated from the purity of the old small force and on a wide and broad er of the Georgia Hussars, were fol members of Conzress to take charge of PI ''

.f property and able to make good their gnaran- Tartars, and by a writer in the RtjwUican, Mr. Editor IT-The people of Columbia We are willing to trust the defence !to the grave yesterday by the several the Washington Union as the official organ !

'1.DaW Signed. who has been corrupted by the influences are wakeing t the importance of the i ment.frontier to his sagacity and efficient of the first Squadron of GlorJi of Gen Pierce._- !,;I :

Plank Road from Jacksonville While the procession lt GRAND ROTAL ARcrt CHAPTER Sour* ., '
of modern civilization. The former think Ordered That a be 01
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to'Algtor. copy
the horse of Mr. A. Kent in I
a private | CnoLlu.-At the Annual Convocation of ';
INSTRUCTIONS the most expeditions and humane mannerof the material aid from our delegation in Congress!, and by Georgia Hussars, became testive and
the Most Excellent Gram Royal Arch Chap- t I
Embracing conditions to lie incorporated in removing the Indians from ,Florida is vannah,and the manly enthusiasm exhibited communicated to the President and and finally succeeded in !I ter of Sooth-Carolina held on Thursday ..ll

the tonlradtt to the extent the Department to pay a bUn' for their, rcalps. while the by the citizens of Duval on the 19th at the Department.ARTHUR GINN, his rider kicking him at the same :evening. 24lh nit-.the following officers were' "' I

may deem [roper. stockholders meeting in Jacksonville, have and inflicting a gash on the right side t installed, and Standing appoin,i .
latter deems the assassination Indians for ALGERNON S. SPKER, Secrrlary. Cmitee
1. &van .te.are allowed to each intermediate If his face. The wound, we learn though ', i
for the '
ensuing '
office whet not otherwise specified, for as- hire adverse to the spirit of modern warfare. produced the most happy results upon the considered is te year ; tl j
Mrting the BMlUi but ou railroad and steamboat citizensare CleameNa em Progress dangerns very l'ert. J. H. HONOUR, M. E. Grand High Priest. t
mind of Columbia and her le..tl .
routes there U to be no more delay than is raft- Both are doubtless honorable men, and yet, public ; may disable some time to come. A. (,. MACKET. D. E. Den'y.0. H. P. .
hess for aa exchange of the mail bags. behold how they differ on a point involving determined to respond to tb anvrllJtl Mr. Clemens of Alabama has (Savannah Republican. C. FRojftftERCRR, E. Grand. ': }rj! i
2. Ou route where the mode of conveyance ael.aft. Kinr. j
.of ft. the special ace"le" the Department the honor of the State. It occurred tome turn out at Jacksonville on excellent speech on FILLMORE AT HO J. B. HATNESWORTH. E. Grnd : .J' ,:

ala.peet 0&101aks, mail bags locks and keys, while the Newt, that I would turning out themselves, and inviting their lution of Gen. Cass. He was against PADIDENT Councils of Buffalo have IE.-Te T.$. ARTHUR, Most Rev.Grand Chaplain: ; 11
an te be eourered without extra charge. reading generally received opinions regarding rel. Z. B. E. Grand Treasurer, :!
S. N. pay will be made for trips not performed; merit the esteem of my fellow citizens if I neighbors of Duval and other counties to and manifest destiny preferring congratulating President Fillmore E. Ous E. Grand 4 t !
.ad for etch of each omissions not satisfactorily meet with them on the 19th of March at green should his approaching release from the duties TE. 3rtr. .
could effect the removal of the Indian the pursue a ,
three times the of the trip be country fact that he THOMAS ALLAO! E. Grnd 'MarbaJ !
esplaisjed, pay may and ulln.the is soon
time to with Alligator, for the purpose of strengtheningthat justice and 'strife ofce : LEMUEL CRANK. E. G. Royal tJ J
deducted. For arrivals so fur behind as Filled this idea-and fearful that the pac. prosPrlty. among them again, to mingle in the #
break connexion with depending mails and not I union of sentiment and concert of bed. when be avocations of : S. SEL.E. Grand Out-door SentineL j,;
idea others unofficial
I congenial life.
same might occur to hastily -
of the
fourth with those
nBeiently excused one compensation Mr. C. had no sympathy ;
for the trip h subject to torfeiture Dedue- sat down to write an article that would action, which now seems to pervade our to a neighbor's also express the hope that on his re Committee on Unfnib BqsineM.-11". I'I'I
impatient
ti.. may also M ordered for a grade of performaee community the subject of this important are grasp he may be accompanied by the distin panions E. Fraser. .
drive them afright from upon He in no possible aspect
' *Inferior to that specified in the contract. For in pell-mell our thought nce&.1. statesmen who have Committee on Chapters beting under Dispensation. J

peat.ecl.eU..enei.. of the kind herein tpeci- shores. Bat lo the article in the News work. The building of the road ap the anneation of Cuba take place care and shared in the participate .. .-Comp.. C. M. Furman, ami.jkVrn. '; ..
lid ut&rpcI.-aUia. proportioned to the nat to placed beyond the injury to the South. L. Cleveland. (!; ;
now greatest
the Indians pears contingency; .
sufficiently were b
.. thertol;and the importance of the mail maybe savage ridiculed the
.tels. not terrified out of their 'wits-alas that that fact is so clear that the most incredulous very properly with J' Committee on Secretary and Trelr'sr r j J
behiad. throwing off the those who were proclaiming a Book.-Comi'S.J. 0. Fraser,S. -
4. For leaving or
LICENSE. This Hul.
bails,or any portion of them for the admission project would be a complete failure. Mortified .. are yielding their incredulity, and those who i fident and self-satisfied air the learn,oa from no the Laiirensvilletfero/J- question C., Froneberger. a i' {

V or for being concerned ia setting! heretofore declined taking stock our adopting a foreign was G
Grievances. A.
passengers dejected, and almost in absolutely governments ( the citizens of that the Committee on -Comps. \
* running *n : conveying eommerciallaUfiigence digppinte. alwa had by village on .
or foreign
express He thought we >s a ,
that the road would and Z. B.
ahead of the mail,a quarter's payMjbedednctc despair I was farewell to my upon the ground never -the best it was possible to inst. On counting the ballots it was Blacker, OJs. '

*'. be made are now readily the very 36 were for license and 23 against i it,
usefulness when the Cods inspired admitting
anticipated RAIL
to our own
L Fines wiU be Imposed,unless the delinquencyHamnpUy the policy of attending EXTENSION or TUK SOUTHWESTERN :' '
and eatii.factorilyexplalned by eertieaies me with a luminous idea! The reason certainty that it will not only be built but without attempting a sort of general the license ticket a majority of 13. OAD.We Irarn from the Macon Atesstntr .' ,,' ,

nditable of postmattsrs, for, or failing the amdaTitv to arrive of in other contract why the Indians have not cut their that the stock will yield a handsome profit, dianship over mankind. SOtHE: AND WESTER COMMERCIAL :% that "the engineer are now actively ., :'

time ;persoas f r egleetlug to take tbe mail from throats and otherwise escaped from Many of our Columbia planters will doubtless I And he well depicted our greatest .-The Commercial Convention engaged in surveying a route from Ogle- J
or 4.ILvsr it into a. post office ; for suffering it Florida when he attributed it not to signs of at in June meets thorpe to Americus* They have passed o".er. { '
next
(..ialoiLber to the nnsuitablene of the place or \\sthey did not tee the Nevt! With a copy become stockholders, who previouslycould from.abroad, but to symptoms at hel lempbil and of ij>ne of the proposed Inel and find the dif* < .

manner carrying it,) to be injured, destroyed, of the News in my cap, I mount my steed- not be persuaded to risk a ,single These symptoms were to be found in the South concurrenc.and West, support and mea ranee to be a hal miles..,.iThey "i
robbed, or lost and tor refuting, after demand, press
U convey the .;.diu frequently the contractor I ply whip and spur-the ground recedesI dime. But now that they see 1 able a restless and disturbed state of the have been entered on with spirit'that are now on a second rte, a.il ;
mind in the speeches of dinner probably ,a third,,when one > -
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hUe or u concerned in running a coach car, or reach the Indian Nation! I showed the Directory,and much earnestness manifested : insure I large aftd influential attendance survey ,
s
the of The
attamboatoo a route. dignifying war with name will b selecte. prospects are highly ?
.. The Postmaster General may annul the contract Jfaft to an Interpreter, who having read they are ready t come in and share and clothing wholesale robbery delegates. rl1orble early completion of thtr-y'

for repeated failures the to Post run Office agreeably Laws or to the article in question, grunted with satisfaction the benefits if any there be, and divide the mantle of patriotism. ( or IN OLD POSTMASTER. road. All the stock required i to be taken by '.

ooatraet; for disobeying for refusing well for the which have to be borne in The whole tone of the speech was Alexandria the citizens of Sumter, haw He suburibed .:
the instructions Df the Department ; which argued success of burdens may Bryan PoatmaMer of who ,
when the Departoient riotic statesmanlike and for and the first instalment paiif-in. ; ,
\e carrier by ,
discharge a required eloquent under Mr. adminis
known that he the road. Duval has appointed
project, as it was was building county Monr' road for .
to do so ; for assigning the contract my noble sentiments must hae go last. "The termninusoflbis must .some' ,, c
without the assent of the Postmaster General ; in favor of the removal of the Indians to spoken and acted nobly in the mater she on the public mind when published ba resigned a time, remain at Americus.\hiCh \ a ,

fut raoaing an express as aforesaid, containing; or for mailaMS transJMtrting the west. For a day I remained in joyous has not only taken a liberal share of the read, as it deserves to be. All good Montgomery* (Ala.) Journal of the flourishing village. Owing to its established! '

: matter persona out of or the passengers mail. expectation of hearing that the Indians were stock, but she ha come out manfully and in their moments of calm reflection, Te inIt. says: ;J'We learn' ,thatthe, rail character for health,handsome location;'anoV:i
7. The Postmaster General may order an !nmM agree Mr. Clemens in the idea from' Atlanta Jo LaGrange was com the high reputation of its inbbitnu' "!
. of service on a. route by allowing therelor about to leave; and it appeared to me encouraged the prosecution of the work. "our progress\\it should consist in and opened on Saturday:leaving bat be ,reerl to as ,I place ridec
".pro order rata increase increase on of the contract, he allowing pay. He withit may. that they were in great fear. At length Columbia it is hoped and believed will not b provement, in making our own nation miles-the break between LaGranpe and many wealthy 'planters ridingtr o'J a j
speed
the restrictions an of the law, a. pro rata increase Bowlegs asked me i the copy of the found wanting when properlyweighed in the pecans and happy and not by t oint-to t ft completed. There is favored scion and we would not s1a b !.

.f pay for the additional stock or carriers, if any. : News which he held in his hand was the balance. When her citizens have had a fair with the institutions of other but 17 miles ol staging. prised if in a fewyera, beequab.a: '
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The contractor may, however in the case of in- [Richmond in business and, population to any .or'. ,.

rease. of speed retinqnish the contract by givingptom white man's Bible I was amazed ; for opportunity to acquaint themselves with BocRBON.r-Rev.. Mr. Hanon. the town, in 80uthwtter Ge a.f ,... ,1 ,. 'I' ':
$ notice to the Department that he prefers I am an enthusiastic admirer of that the enterprize, and have gotten rid of the article -
though in' the in Putnam "Have
doug so to carrying the order into effect. The The first discovery of gold of the we A VERT OLD MULE. -We noticed-sorneri;,: t
Postmaster General may also curtail or discontinue old and extraordinary humane journal the kepticisms in regard to the certainty that regions of Australia hat been 8s 1" is out with the state .
that old the ,
amonJ mouths an ,
he allow the one service month's,at pro extra rata compensation decrease of on pay the, if Jacksonville Newt-I did not just then recollect the road can and will be made, they will a shepherd boy, who after selling bis I : !Mr. Williams the certificate has, HS of I ( the Earl ago of iUi,, ; been property,Helen,1,, for
amount dispensed with whenever in his opinionthe of having seen anything in it that not withhold their subscriptions but will at the city, returned to seek more shoffrom from; worsleyviuageamioafiera few weeks,, '1

I. _public K. A(.interest m\r,* In do inncnedfl not require it br the. a same different, or could be tortured into the effect of Inspiration. come right up to the mark, and assist in was hsve followed been by others and. Clntterbuck it which medical m1n.) Dal all the bin weJ.asraae, absence, had been fortmiately rear, ;
-- ---- -- -- murere. aged creature, to be J .
l
.grade oiitpt&doa- I told him no, and he said it was I building the Road. A. early as gold in the ,and when thf secret peculiarity, ,'bich This old has .
8. Payments will be made for the service by as his father !t0 and 100 yeats aflervotkia ; ':
eoUeetions of or drafts on postmasters or otherwise first rate.11 He i intimated that it was hut a shop of a watch maker! at Melbourne. would appearIeven| almost a century, liad at length "turnedi t ,

after the expiration of each quarter say in feeble effort at a c spy of a code of laws Floss the N. Y. Expitu foderick J. Murchison bad given his is authentically stted. it will be time (jmt to grass' upon the and i described '

February, May, August and November. Indian Affairs. ion that gold existed extensively in ough to consider it. Hanson adds iiy those who have seen ., to ias lively'T J
to the which regulated 'carfare among the red he will b .
t. The distances are given according trails but it was not fully in a forlhcof 'ing publication, cricket." The mxAtf in well
Best information ; but no increased pay will be and snggesled that torturing and FORT MELLON, EAST FLORIDA, Feb. 13th, ;known until 1851, i all the documentary evidence of every ; is a age
men, February.
made Mr. Bkothertou M, p.
be than advertised, l .
allowed, should they greater authentite fo jiiait ,
and and
I have taken the to send Brisbane subject correct
in
IftM points to be supplied be correctly stated. burning prisoners' be had the politenessto 1853.- liberty was found in abundance bearing o the : ago
as
10. The Postmaster General U prohibited bylaw omitted dot ibllrss through mistake. you for publication the laS lying about 100 mile northwest of :,several t tors of typography, and I keen r"eObr me.ffyears .lo.JYCri_ \, I'
contract for the say numerous meeting New South whitp crept into he article re* BrigeMu ellte.
from knowingly making a yesterday, by a tbe chief town of I
,and ,
ibm known raule
transportation of lie mails, with any person who I was perplexed ; t might have been that citizns in relation t the existing posture this thiee blocks of quart. \\ to the indenity of R Mr. Wilams) as ? ;' :ajcertain >
who monthtt
shall hare entered iato,or proposed to enter into, rrio carter some
habit of our ,! cannot see 224 Ibs., the XVII. l.nge
any combination to prevent the making of any our civilized disguising idea our., I i.n _aaiI ,upon bing about Louis, $ : 8yearscouIJ rembr. working;.tbe"n

bid for a. mail contract by any other person or by language wai not understood by the what our last Legislature duct of which in pure gold was 100 IiutffluRA-ftoN BALL .- animal about 60 yearsH we ,lt ,Jso, ( ala f,
perms,or who shall hare made any other agreement deposed Gen. Hopkins, and elected and sold in Batlmret fur 4,340 THE ABWDON '
was
itia!
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Therefore to ; diminutive size, ,we hope ( p
prevent that ; ;
savages from Washington very ;
,or shall have given or performed or prom ignorant Maj. Johnson,-the more particularly when September following, gold learn papers :
sto fire or perform any consideration whatever a misunderstanding I wrote out the meaning by a unanimous they all acknowledged In also in the, of wa, having ben astaine4 that, the President :now to enjoy 'gsee.: pastures aiuhfresin.)
not to do, thing whatever expression |11 found colony water freed toil, for the ,remaLderof.'pits ;
or to do or any the state'of feeling from
in otb words viz MTo all the he had ,efficient district '
harder to induoe any other person orpersovsotto of the Ne. tr : rendere very Port Pbip.' In this was pprea' the rail protractcdcxiaenCe.Iafldieskt,(Eag..1 '
on '
bid for a mad contract. Particular atteue Indians in Flordagreetng-know' ,ye, that services, and, with 'rprl'' guard," yet dilYr and by'tbe'ftl: 'ac ,
** eaUed U the 23tk eeeUon of the act of WM.iraUbiUng : I protected a line of "fire hundred of the.Nuggets, lr Fores cars, ,and others 'were 1 Gur f ; 1"?; i
combination against biddin;. I, the Governor of the state of Florida, will miles, captured eleven Indians, 'and King Alexander,and weighed sufferers,cold enjoythe< festivities FRESHET. did'some 'damag ? i:
11. A bid received after time,rise tie 4th of onto Braves for making settlers abundantcropthis Mount ban,'the managers have T&'IU' i 1
my prisoner the frontier ( an itt About II
.&Ien. 1861, at P A.. M.,.without_ the guaranty give secured t JS'dwts. This was a massive lamp inauguration twentv"let f
quIeg by law,or that combines several routes ot a red live Indian warrior' $1200 00 cts. last year. We are, non JL fold, of afine colorr and i measured, ,in .to him, ,to give up the trc'of the 'C.ln' j' '

'..som.fjCOSpSSlItJOD,cannot be considered For killing an'Indian warrior $1000(), CO ", very deplorable Iituat*_n all along this lrn in length ff in breadth ,enjoyment 'which has,on.,former ,occa' nail at be'C rlver 'were. :' #. 'Ii

a..peIIUoa VILk;a repMol'. proposal, reasoaa- For, ,killing an Indian squaw I tier.' Indians are,Been very often, and their incb "- .an cwi 4rimoniei of. b day, pedaway, .( damages:doe aU'Olt, I ,.

.. I2Abir Ia.-.L may ofer, where the transporta.Ueneafled For- (1,y and" 11 I. fires almost every day. Twenty warior '.aTirCAZbL1Nj U. S.1 SKKATOR. S which has ben'so fatpaired. t ;', ;

for by tteadvertisenwntii difficult or kfldi) 1a. tWO 121 could in:.one nijrbt,depopulate,.our frontier\ lias '_appointed! ias?C. 'Dobbin: ? MORE OJ THE.DZLSIN.-1 report' of' cars to pas oYr.*' Ta, water. waswitninv:
layaUlsalU at certain seasons, to substitute. .. For .killing ,anIndian baby' $500,00 'HunltS (I mean justin my neighborhood.' ) ; 'H { ea fill of Mr. ; Indiana that the four fe ,being >'sn M"injttr 4 jtresf ,
"tetior node of conveyance or to Intermit.- The troops cUed out by the 5t"te'cn $ n&tro l tbOJla of ) Rapping" i is a frightful cause' of in freshet, c August last.' ?..'* ,M, ,a ;:

.Hs Watpeoifted. ...Mr.r days inaccessible,weeks,or office months, o you bang or, drown yourselves, on. not pd' into tbe'fela before' 'J even wh9se' er 'upi bl'.th nit1 in that Stole. .During the past year The, ,Columbia. :(S.,C>&iflnoJ26U;: ",ul<.,,, ::

...may not on propose the atage U omit or an railroad or at a steam. o before the fourth day of May net since the Generl, Government mnser, ,nst 1. 'persons havfjiwen aite whose iasaa **y. ... 'k' 1
keat landing,as the ease or he may offer the power t remove you to ,we.is them' into the .service. "Now .,what may '' : is a Inb to) tl cu.e. '*, : extenwft- puns'I ofjale,.,nneh ,\ :
mal"/ ; ; CAKI.: .
to MbfUttteaa'Inferior Supply in nek not vested 19 me. -Ther lore 'by,'virtue'ofmy become'of:,, "l in!, the :meantime., Total I, : .. LOBM NAriml"S .JBaiOE : E. fte ansts>. jftoraAireshrti.niTfttjbridge "
Lnus i
of
Met different times of arrival bride cake )
may if the Indian
propose annihilation "
Mil departure, pmiisd no mon tinning time. IIA 'authority'I i ; command, yoq to' destroy Mr ,Fillmore'J will at'once 1 adenl".order. leon 'was' made;:by 'Messrs.: ,Pi : .'.Eiicjsoa only brother is temot\ ; *1&verat Chrawba, Je?'e rrieoV I away i '

Aed, and no nail sonnezIsareJMiced. Huy youneires' inacTOrdanceto, I sw." I banded hope enough, to 'secure intO: us Cornhill,' Loudon.:, Jt,,weighed,320.' ngui.b! :engi: eer J(C5 J rD' ; of'lh! .plantaifioim' "J belovf lornareuedeWate' \n, .,
additional time for the trip dumt Tolupteef p Bat-we
nodetin.,1
running = aiie tl D':, "The cmptet a niDc t.IQic'L : .: bY
a epedfled number of"fIe ia seasons of very the papers/.t.Bowleg,and the Interpreter, depredations,of ".those .incrn.t ezclqeiecf1the.! of s the cake: r Iock'f D"eLuc, h'omIts the formation reUung ttftheRt .The'9pYi,1 '
W roads} but beyond these changes,a proposal You will !h lug are the ingredients t 'j
Jndian (
that .struck with the the ) fl ilros4laafepa'Lhiatirni. .
.
being side Stockholm
'St service diffiwlag from tartseafi 4 for by the j. prey atife law >f;,185f, not : buUeft 24 pounds : ,loaf sugar, 8-; wate barber on,one of. ,, \ :
gKtoa;wUktrtgnfir bid, reasonable ia snout.tc' ; great father?at.Talla- rpollthe' b n.u. 30 jaisinij'SQ ; flour,,28 ;,Jordan ith the. J weontbeotberandi: ,i is. now, I < ,-" 4 '
been
Vatre a M4 contains any Rda alterations. their 'I depi\te G ; 40. J ,at' the. 'request of the 0'luuia to the WMngta.t; .
tedvantagai* wfll be cstGnated. U eompartog f t h,',they would 'roinritb. empJlwith' Brown, of this State, 42t 1 pounds/;33t'sIi ., tlem 24 ; in, builling canal to"Jpcrr the 'T cntbut"l; at the poUs ia. ,
tn us lemon
other proposals. ; to ."Although'a net
They all pecuniary means protect orange ring '
%Tkert sfionU b'bat'one ronU bid tor in a prlaton. I never can assimilate with a three bottles of brandy, of f lakr ol Fmandwtth! the I aforiyin. amoitZeS792O: .
I ,
.' my scalp was ,'orll and though _I Demort 1 ,

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the3uwereascoolasflar son,
IiugrL &itdrls of Gf'h.Ph'I.". t e, _
FURiUTUursflay I"lafnj struck wit ct n1y .} eS L. rr ted with- Jt..lea Wra. Carton, from Sarannah

Savannah RepnlJicau& gives tilt following 0 *" ras require ii I a1ne1 Obt 0 Pj itl't I 'j Mcrelf 2d.->Mn Care Mrs RedUeld, Mn! Bin I -

had nly n In 1, c using York, gler,Mtti Redfleld.Mira Carey Mr. Taer. Mn
4 synopsis of the Inaugural AdJre of JACKbV1 WI Irtish Mill"iK'r'SP ;eU Mrs Cleveland aDd 2 children
and ,
: MahTj6e aiL coal Chh.&iit5elti! R" ,''and. .wbaw Mr MtrrHHt
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occas
hWjppjf DJnus.n
JMWbLi : Mrs Mr Carly, V R Dunont
Redfl5j
Gen. Pierce, who wan installed President of ; Cambrw; \dV | w athalfpast the reg lation WAS Sumtetthere m tbree caDd Me8sr8.Mosell cualTG Cl&vkW C1e".laod, Wrt ,.

, the United Staler on the 4lh inst.: March10, 1Sos ten o'clock this, ThurMaymorn* pounds every eighty minutes in each of the Boyce and OHanlonT A and1i WMoes. E Blesekn J Lej Ij

: WASHIcGTON.March 4th. eight furnaces. The following are all the returns we haveii1etrcceived4reiw4hateIDist .Melntelb, iteACtl. JAShesni C n

;t J. .tt..W".rIIfPa._ ._. _, ... tlll Dcathof. H.J I Dr.Dyrne... v.." _. 'n JJL-! 55.J lefton"Kturo'ajrtKellltfiThetl. TJ er from Liver ESSxvrhich .. The tip n pn
drew* by "rxiir| !siiij- his regrets that he t-hotild Oar community sadly startled on the iTortThe alternately much of the time from leaving DISTRICT. N A Hall and lady: S B Griee.E.JNix .i\\L
Maishal. Sullivan. ,
hay;.f/p. Eltfjl1'I1"'iIrrJll': ) F1Ire rompe. l, It.;. i i *1a4 bc-, .Pickens. Brooks. Flourney, #*,.:tMt JiM>mfclia l
J of *
arrival the 'Snnday
steamer the anchor 876 838 108 61
: : 'ent; anhime1fWbt been "eected ClrCIJI.bf S. M. Steamship Baltic arrved"at! tween nine and ten o clock, until Edgefield deck.
1 $ iften.oon, last from Chailes'on. bearing the let the mouth of the Potomac SIXTH DISTRICT. lletura trip March 3.-W Schnla, Dr Randolph
, ;, for the office of Chief Magistrate.i HP felt Liverpool at midnight on the 18th ult. was go near Total. Dr PonnV6' sicr. Thos teanwTh p ;
O'Hanlon.
grateful for the manifestations of kindness lifeless remains of our repectec townsman on Saturday morning, in a snowstorm, it Boyce. Moses. Will, R G Shaw T G Welmer Il*n, l\lorae
THE LIVERPOOL MAiurrs.-Tbe 8ale.sofCottdn for the to proceed.TSeVektberWs4ih'THitfitf Richland 248 310 74 637 ,
;. lie had received f i om the Ameiican people, and! fellow-citizen Dr. CHARLC Reeves and otberlDoCrfgistere'lttf. '.I
'f
and'wlmfcif ''WOht ncrpased! responsibility prominent *during the week Jcdmprieefl 40f50} 1, tfuy'o3a'gethat Kershaw 126 243 12 381 steamer Carolina,from
n'n1B'.. .... lie li-ft IIPTA._ nn_. the_._ Carolina_ the Oy Charle.ton''Mareh
Fairfield 870 90 19 981 PParmV Dr ..,...
t; of the Presidential office in consequence. ol nn bales, and the imports 8000 bales. At thecommencement tile canvas couia oe useu 1 mue au- fith.-G anti ladr. J N a
OOlo1 : 1" ti ltn' .Jt'im8nowde
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Tunoniau 'Yovk34402' 33--eeg--
IF the f'lteMion"Ot "ntmiton---tr .W vf i'ew tue mar"e open- r"f" "MT.atnm ,
aadilCI'VC t'3d.agfrL bfC.FJtai.
.jc I necliori he. referjcd, lo tie past history of the northu-aiJvtiin.4he..,enjoyment .of ..robutheahb 'ed but towards 'the los particularly. alled 10,the pressure kept upon ; I" mona and -. E L H rri >a, J W Ridge. Col
heavy, } : which 1678" 1045 130 "
1 t country, WjwbinRtouV revolutionary *>triijcgle and his ncctfsfottied buoyancy of imr'ove 'the engines, Captain Ericsson strictly ; J E'Care wB O Liddrtv CM"4 -'R.1JaalJ 4Ir'
: ,. &c. He .J 1*) illluded! tn our present Quotations, are from a sixteenth .limited to" eight pounds.The' speed duringthe'gale Chester and Sumter'rmain to' be beard... rervaat. J.Ji..Johnsoa.t Pr.J Atbtnt,'Cel. 11
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1it: peaceful relations vith theY countries; and spirit. By three o'clock l P, 1M. of the,sameday to an eighth of 'a penny lower than they averaged six and a'haUlurnsofhe from;.but Boyce's. ilectiors." admitted. Keith Dr J Wonder..(3 PftrmetU ,
he\, was The immediate wbeelsa'minute when F A.1tay W Leurcey, sad 8 deck. --.i I
t'i f cxpreMed the luH'f hat they might he con ,10 mureo The lower qualitieshave ; >
were on eDger. en return'trip-.BQl regiatet,I.
.f; tinued. My 1\(1, lin$lIatiolL. ho raid, phal cause oi his xleath is said to have been apoplexy detlinel tbe'i2lJault.{an eighth-Midding the. t' .erate }he log indicated. six to seVen knots at Florida: Indians;and Def elites'.? time of,report, .-j" M A _:".,sg,t

Wave Mot the 11t"t.i\i n- ord of ,to sen ,. ,
: no nl'clu or the bursting of a hlood-vessel) In n. Br steamer Welata, from &tin :N "
" 5 the country. He recommended the udoptioi, : THe Circular of M srii. DEjiKlsTpwiJ' Ifi be.t. useless" to tttC' particularly In the Senate, on the 23d u1t., Mr..Ma1a. 6.-'For Jaekronville-J-Perkins- Scflona.j
the head!. hy the effect of severe retchingfrom th'e.18th ; 'as the working ,was limited Dr Smith, C F Durmnd.Mrs Palmer Miss
t I ; of R comprehensive foreign IlUliyUlldt'll and Co. of ult. quotes Fair.0reans| lory made a motion authorizing the President i- Flod
Iii .sea sickness. His was remarkably .I,have already slated at the same Irs F101d. Mr lIe ainMr Ellicott, 1 ti 100t1J.
of as
t to the complicated 4> >'tem European' jroverwnenJ system ; ; :
) Fair Mobile
63d, Middling Orleans 5 13-16di! to employ, .if necessary the Volunteer For Ibterior-J,.Emort..Dr 1a1ft'
l'1II1
.$1' ,' -and extolled the Am Mn Uarri.w. J\ViUismni '
6Jd, Middling Mobile'SJd'; Fair'Upland 6ld, ; and militia raised in Florida, by,the 8pt'ncer..Mr ; \" 11"-.
elements of, : satisfactory.On troops .
for the gether .
1:lt&; all others .happiness an npoplectic! attack. The steamer was of ecus and 2 children,Mr Turner,.L. E Pill., E
., which it contained. and Middling'lland'5U.16. the whole, I deem the test trip'of the late Legislature of that State, to enforce the Adkinaon\V Roberts Mr Levinzston,U Logan,

Jt. 4 The President ppokp (.f his experience afcanldierac conrse at sea at the time, of the occurrence ; nreadtl were l a I Ericsson 'as conclusively establishing the 'r moval''f the Indians from that State. ] .ST otto'T CuHen. 't. ..
but all that medical aid could,effect administered of the principle and I trust ,the Return trip-March 7.For J V DBTillW
adver.-e was new
to ;
standing
being: ar 8ucces \Vas debated till half 4 and thenrejected. "
Rice was quoted at, 22s 6d per cwt. which past U Mc lit!, Mr RoberU, Mr MeCalU. > rtb-
mitt pull he would military nci. several day is not remote when i its introductiou, into ..
nL1 ; encourage by professional gentlemen ward-Mr Kcvill Mr. t-poldiag', >tj ]3 J>(M.n.B
: ence by securing to it tdequate 1wttctloll.f fellow From I Private Liverpool Correpondont.LIVERPOOL our naval! service. may free our ships from The Army appropriation bill being under Prescott A Lays,. 11 Logan.H #aw.WPaRohenl
"hi happily vere 1'a sengerl.Their the danger'of being blown'up by''a' chance K R Duke, Mr Cnrrell, W jf (Jib
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:/ ; He then froceed to say : Feb. 18.--Cotton has declined consideration, Mr. Shields moved to add an ont,
efforts were all unavailing. The remains shot through boiler perhaps in the M Jones, Mr Prescott and lady,\ joJr.li<* .L,
: 1" Having no implinl engagements to ratify ,since the 12th inst. fully an eighth of a pen ,. very appropriation- to fortify the harbor ,of -San L Pyles, MrHaWy, lady and tro\VWIt4
i $ rewardMo. bestow, 110 resentments IH remember were com e'cllo Charleston at whic moment victory. Francisco, $500,000; for: defence inFlorida,1: hams Mr J{arris.. t 'I
sales to >-
week's amount be obedient
I have the honor.to
The sir
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40,0 your
ny. .
wihrs consul conducted St. Pat lick's ---
,:Eth: and no personal tci city they were to $175,000Georgia, $20.000 ; --
'I : in the selection fur official Mations, I stall \thedraI, where the usual rites of the hales, including '7000"on speculation, and .servant,, JOSHUA SANDS. Charleston, $119,000 ; Baltimore harbor; DIED, .T-

fulfill this difficult and, delicate tru--t. admit 4000-for The sales to-dayare 5000 Sellers1 point,) $50,000 Fort Delaware, '
. 111 I church were bestowed, and the body retained ; export. Commander United Mates Navy ( ; In St. .Angn tine, Fla, on the 25th nit; the
? : ting no motive UP worthy cither! of my char bales and,a quiet market. We quote :Fair $150,000 ; Massachusetts, $73.000 ; and Very Rev'd.F. VARELA,View General of tlw Diocese
until the return of the boat, when itWa Hon. JOHN P. KENNEDY, of the -
Portland Maine.
I acter position: which does not contemplate Orleans Middling Orleans 55d( ; Fair Upland Secretary $45,000 for defence of of New York. .

,} .efficient discharge of duty and the bestintereft reconveyed back to this place.: It was 61d, Navy. _ This amendment debated for some 5- __
,
, and Upland 5Sd. ... *
GJd. Middling .L. i*
a' of I acknowledge time-the questioll whether the Senate
: country.
my myobligation interred on Tuesday morning last, with a The Tchaantepee Treaty. Counterfeit .'
.! : to the mass-es ol my countrymen Trade in Manchester l ha'l. slightly declined. shonld adopt a system of fortifications upon Detecting.KNAtT' :

l'" :: and to them alone. Higher objects thanpersonal manifestation of general respect, I hy the We last week announced- the arrival of the army bill-and was then acopted-yeas :M I of $ scientific and Infallible method
of a large concourse of citizens at distinguishing cdUnUrfcit Bank
19 direction and .
30 14.
tt' ajrgiandi/.cinpnt gave presence The London Cotton Market was quiet on the Atbatros, \vith intelligence of the ob- nays notes from the genuine. On any Bank in,tbe;United -
'$I. energy to their exertions in the late campaign the funeral. The deceased was a native of 1'-. State, wih be taught for. a few dayn, at the
shall not be the 18th nIt, with sales on that day of 2000 tainment of a treaty from the Mexican dov- Mr.
"t They disappointed.; Ireland, hut for more than twenty a More Clfiicnltle* with the Havana Au- huffington Home by Wright. Endntlatitfaction
. j : They require my I hands diligt '. indu.trr. .*. years bales. ernment for the construction of a float! thorltle wilt: be giten or no charge mad" ,

,iZi4, and eanacitv. whenever theie are dutiesto residentof this country.In The London Money Market has been subjected nrmss.. 1'pbnn1pnpr The.. The Charleston Conner learns from a mar 10-It
lerlean"
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}' be |ItCrfurmetl l.I l.: the death of Dr. Byrne, an aged surviving to increased Consols for passenger by the Isabel that some excitement Notice. "-:----"H

: .. believe in'oluntarf'n'itl.II'. it pressure. Buleti' says: existed in Havana in of
: as exists mother has lost a devoted son, fraternal consequence
.., ; $": ; in different Mates uf this confedciacy, i iJ irecojjnizad is circle affectionate brother and b money were quoted at from 991 a 99|. The We receive from Mr. Albert Speyera, who the authorities having broken open the persons are forewarned from ,tmnljnj' for
several
an ALL
{ l hy the conMitiition. I believe it Bullion in the Bank of England has decreased came passenger in the Albatros,and who is mails from Havana which were placed on Warrant No. 16,325.iisatfd! W John

:y. stands lib any other admitted! right, and children a kind parent. Our community 350,000. the tearer, of dispatches to Washington, the ,board the U. .mail steamship Empire City, Williamson for 160 acres of land, which'.a'to,,'

I:.'"p that the Stntr* whcie exists nrr ei.titled inefficient fee'.sin! his decease, the loss of a public The Havre Cotton narke had experienced gratifying intelligence, that the Tehuante- Capt. Windle, for New Orleans on the 19iu properly 11 Iain the transferred proper by owner said of Williamrtn said Warrant In Wink, aud'f, :
.
fIo remedies to enforce constitutional spirited citizen, and one who has left hisimpress decline of from francs pec treaty has been finally consummated, inst., by the agents, Messrs. Drake & Co. shall at the expiration of six weeks make a plit'cation

I';;a; provisions I hold that the laws of 850, for in the business of a one to two having been duly! and officially signed by The Empire City was advertised to sail on to the proper department for a duplicate,,

; commonly railed' the Compromise measures, good progress chiefly in Uplands. The sales for the weekending the constituted authorities ol Mexico, and in that morning at seven o'clock, but prior of the same, as said warrant was Mst through..
our rising town. He was a man of generous accordance therewith, the road formally deliveredto the mail, while on its way to NYtJrk..
constitutional and be the hales
to 15th ult.
:tJt are strictly ought comprised 3250 to that hour was boarded by the Chief of JOEL,B. SMITH'"'
,
unhesitatingly' carried into effect. I believe feelings and eocial disposition. He was Mr. A. G. Sloo. Police two Commissioners and three Police .'**
and the stock, exclusive of tha o shipboard, Micanopy, Fla., March 4th, s.1. 10-6L.''. ,
l" the conMitiiled nmlmrities of this Republic The following! communication _to the_Secretary "
:ii that I valued a one among the best medical practitioners bales.GREAT officers.' who proceeded to oven the Havana ,
hound regard tile! rights! of the 32,000 of State, with a copy of which we -
:; arc to i letters, detaining thereby the steamer until
in this of the State. For St.
part Augustine.rr .
\f; South, in this respect, as tlu-y would view BRITAIN.-The political news is have been favored by Mr. Speyers, will half-past eight .o'clock-one hour and a

1 any other 1f'1a1antl c'nl-tltlltmllal! nghl, and Dr. Byrne had incidentally, for a year or unimportant. The return of the Board of : give a general idea of the whole transaction: half. ThV following morning the U. i>. rr*=. steamer CAHOLIKA.

I :rr: that the laws to enforce them should he retjvected two past, conducted the editorial department Trade show that the business of the countryhas I To the Hon. EDWARD EVERETT, Secretary mail steamship CJ' sent City, Capt.: Dexter, fc jf&FtZi.B. Ti a tnfa- M. Coxttter St.Angnstine.m3 ter..wm on Tuesday make ,-

!. and obeyed, not with a reluctance of the A'cw-s, of this place, in which capacity of State. just as she was about proceeding to New morning, the 15th inrt.. at the usual hour5 aii"V

:!- encouraged h\' auMracl opinions as lo their he and writer. increased. Sixty-eight persons perishedby NEW Or.E\XS. Feb.' 20, 1S-3. York, was. similarly treated, aud detainedone leave same day for Charlenton. ,/'111'
.Itl ifr propriety in a'different' t-t-Uc "f society, hut exlibitet vigor ability as a the sinking of the steamship Queen Victoria SIR-I arrived in this city, in the steamship hour and a quarter. DbLE.LnAooi' &.FJNXEGA.1 lff

:.'...1' cheerfully and nrcoiding to (he decisions i of Engaged as he was in several business enterprises :, on the coast of Ireland. btrost from Vera Cruz. I left Mexico It'is said that the authorities have adopted, March 10. AgtJ.s.

;.J; the tribunal tll which their exposition belongs i itnti and full of life's bright hopes and :FRANCE.-Louis Napoleon has had a private on In inst., with despatches for this course in order, if possible, to discover

uch have liten and are my convictions epectation at the time the summons came, Washington, and also with the Tehuante- what Creoles in the Island are engaged in Jacksonville Foundry -4'"

:1". :' and! upon them I shall act. 1 feivently the with solemn eloquence interview with the Russian Minister. pee treaty in my pocket for ilr.A. G. Sioo. correspondence with the Filibusters of the AND -, ;
event again -
1t*. .: hope the question is at rest, and that no >ectional speaks An active spring business is anticipated in Three hundred ,thousand dollars have'been United States. On the 21st inst., however, 3.x s? Qn d tTX 'C9 3yh fai.atical excitfinent of theuncertainty of human calcu paid to the Mexican Government, and commissioners '. ", J..
: 1 or : may again Paris and large orders have been received the (I. S. Consul at HaVana, Judge Shatkey,

.i.i threaten the durability of ur instiliiton! or lations. Those who but as yesterday familial in that city from America. : were appointed, who let Mexicoon addressed a communication to tbp Captain- TIE inbKribtrj, having made exWnMtfej

4; -, obscure the light ol our j>io>!\uniy. But ly deceased, cannot but feel the 12lb instant to deliver road to General, protesting, it i i. said, in energeticterms improvement in their eaUVlwUment '-

t let not the foundation of our hope tot upon jreell'dlhe 1- Mr. Sloo._ against the right of the Cuban authorities are now prepared to furnish -
f tt. '!f'J man' wisdom. I am moved l hy no other at lo\ BALTIMORE, MARCH 2.-Advices from Bernardo Canto has been appointed to to search U. S. mail Steam Lngiue of any required power from
any steamship oH( hundred horse .' f
to ?
iU: impulse than an earnest ilcue for ther perpetuation "Encb 1 lucked fricml from by tide fat wing snatched of human from vanity us is-a plaino BoMon state t at the ship Forest Queen, treat with Judge Coukling about the neu- No response had been received by our Con- one Saw Milb'S; ...

of that Union which lias made! us Which makes uk stoop from our aerial hcighs. I with a valuable! Cargo on board, has gone trality and protection of the Isthmus takingthe sul, prior to the departure of the Isabel. Sugar Mill*; 1''A
.
what we are, fliowvring upon; a* blonin) ;*, And. dnmp'd with omen of onr own dcce3a. ashore at Scitu te', Plymouth Connty, Mass. treaty a:the basis. The other Minis 'The'Isabel, however, was permitted to leave Horse I'rtwers --""' **,
f all
and conferring a power and ;influence which; On drooping pinions of ambition lowered ters are willing unite, if.the United Slates Port without Grist Mill*,aud other matdneq.tisqu3ijtthiscountry.
undergoing examination '
any ; .. .. ,., .
t. fathers could have Just fckim earth's surface, ere wo break it She is, howevc insured in New York. wish it. j- ,|
, our hardly ; anticipated through.'} : the communication therefore, of our Consul Iron an.i Brass CttsUngs :f.
even with their no.-t: sanguine hones directed t. ALBERT SPEYERS.. seems .to have had a desirable effect. Steam Boat Saw Mill, and otrrepairfnqal,

flA( to the iar tilT ""ture. If touch a cttastruphetliuateus.ignn Court. BALTIMORE, larch 2.-In New York onVednesday Mr. Speyers has, favored us with a copy short notice. .' '_ .-.I L.J. .

' *! t 4 I will u>e all utypouerto Tie Supreme- 40 0 bales of cotton were disposed of the treaty' in Spanish, from which we THE FIIUKO AT THE BLACK %WARRIOR.. I Co-All in oprationh1nurp4t Machinery pttreb< etl'oh4llo7I.dic.tq Jroio, Ds.wDlLM, ;

7 ji i check' it. Above all things the |iteacivatiou This Court adjourned its session. far. the of.BALTIMORE. gather the terms substantially follows: Capt. Shufeldt of the steamar ,Black Warrior i competent put nachisisLs. wMu Juniredrjiai nol upud.

.. f of, the Union. KaMern. Ditrict on Monday last, after hearing The time of the grant to be,for fifty )years, in a'letter published in the New York >nal.I ,t niS.) ,?,., '. '
.' the to to complete the road considers the Spanish 'manofwarwas Drawing and CaUffiatea.furnished, 'i4.
lie condemns sectionalism, and strongly and deciding six cases of appeal from the March 3.-Advices from grantee engage papers .
: conciluJion and He across the Isthmus Within the period of justified, under the circumstances, in : charge.'V. tMOONEY
{.t; liuierniiy. Consider .
urges judgment of Courts below. Two other cases Buenos Ayres,'dated the second of January, the to'embrace the into his vessel. He & GOOKIJJ;,; ,,
; firing
I : hi8u.liiflet a unit, invoke.piosKrity( seven years: grant exclusive was not aware' 3ladLiaisjs.s
: have been continued. Several of those decided state that the Revolution had .beet successful of the Coatzacoalcos river. : the vessel of he Founder mill
and God"R '.: The det>|iatcli.goes nn'10 bay thai the address po.-i-css considerable interest, and, we and that Urquiza .had been overthrown.The lie Mexican Government is to receive have hoisted his Sag before she fired; and as .. -. '.1
$600,000 as loan, to'be out of apart the Black Warrior was going fast at '' %
teauliluly| wnttcu and very
: rel'ait
eloquently shall be enabled next week lo a TCotice., !
qa.c; delivered. No bj.cclul iu>ini-es were made )present synopsis Pampero. of the 20 per cent profits, one half the time, she would bave been beyond the '
| | net
of the points raised and the decisions with interest the rate Gen. reach of the : iW .HERE 3Y notify nil lt r on!nrtt t. "ctite ctf *
; :: to uffice,seekers l*y<>n thereon. Moray Villamir and Bonifacio Gutlieiez had the l latter not
fired
-- '- immediately; a gun. in ..
\V. llarV 1
Sc .i, for twelte hundred d us doset"feel
.
'J4A: President IMt-i-re_And liU ('"'ItII I't. The somewhat protracte.l. stay of theirllrniors" Florida public is. now on the line, from were appointed the Commissioners to deliver order to l let him know she was a national justified in ?atisfyihj ald n te-"tn aB:iwrnaf<

, San J nan, the eastern terminus of the Nicaragua the road to Mr. Sloo. They left Mexicoon vessel. The second gui"' :was fiied; befuie but the party in '"ho!'far rU' ttlt! ,fijlriftlly
: 4.I" the 26th ut.! Jen. 1'ierre J has been made the .
On calls
received among occasion /
.
15 to New Orleans. She arrived at the 12th 'inst. to fulfil the object of their the order of Capf.S. to 'flo st his flag co'uid drawn. MUSES' DAKbliliJ''
: cf ceremopy at his M|.Mrtiuent<, only admitting of a tender of of those social civilities route lrch 10th,.1333. '. :2D
. many mission, and as before stated,' Bernardo be executed. The Captain.says-" ". ._ -
1d one person at a lime. Tile ,11"h was the latter city on the 2d inst from. San
on the part of our citizen which Canto was appointed the Commissioner to "I only waited for her to fire a shot after V
;, lire : URlSG'Inj. bi c ( tiietste ( f.tk.
:; not very great reception not lifing'
: : known. Between 2 anj. generally must ever be the gratifying assurance of Juan. treat wrth tie American Minister Judge the American Jlag was flying, to prove to \V.CALL.will act JU. my AttnliiU4"If
o'clork
.. : 3 that the steamer Cdumbva Conkling about the and her tnat neither nor Sl'CSCEfc.*
he
She reports neutrality protec'tion Captain any other S. :
l :; he visited, for n stiort time, the two I Houses welcome to those to whom they a-e extended '*.
; ';.:' .f Congress, and was received with. great and by whom they have been 8 fully from Panama, for San Francisco, with the of the I thmls. personcould do so with impunity.STwo iackrocvileMareb3d! 1S3. ,.Iff ..: .-. ",
.1
;. t '- attention. reciprocated. passengers of the Win field Scott, was detained VISIT OF RESPECT TO PRESIDENT FILL- '(1aiitioii. .*'11 i ?)
u ThefoHowins i is 5a.ld: tn he the true complexion in the of Tehuante- Now Territories. '
several bay '
-- ----- days MORE.The Mayor of Washington, accom- hereby ftrewarn all persons frnW; riding '

of hue, Cabinet, a* definitely lived COUxTERFEITDETECTING.-AII advertisement pec, in consequence of her springing a leak. panied by both branches of the Comm n' Bills have passed the House of Representatives I carrying a horse br ugh my Mill Fiehtiesf'Cedar

upon :-Hon. William L. Marcy, of New I will he found in our columns instruction Her out and about 40 of I Conr.cil,'paid a visit of respect'to 'Ptesident establishing Territory of Washington Creek, as I have been injured by a rimilar*
York Secretary of State : I lion James : provisions gave practice and I shaft prosecute any ontf Ifbo, ..thdi'trespasses
of Northern
FILLMORU Tuesday that the out the of Oregon ,
being "
Guthne of in a novel method of her died! of the fever. She final 1 day set portion to the full extcnv of tho ia'iv' a
. t Kentucky, Oc-cretarruftllc Treasury detecting passengers
for their reception by the President, as desired and the Territory of Nebraska, out of :. J41LE3PH1CE.1 fI5
I'd -R(3- -' ; Hon. Kobt. McClelland of \Iirbi a", counterfeit Bank bills, upon the successful 11 reached Acapulco, whence she sailed for by a joint resolution passed Unanimously the Indian region west ,of Missouri and March 10tblS3S.. '. *' -'* "f

Secretary time Iiitcrioi ; lion. J.1fer..on system of Knapp. This system initiates the San Francisco with most of her remaining by the citj auth rities. Iowa, and extending to' the Rocky Mountains -

_ _ Davis, of Mississippi, Secretary of War ; most unskilled into the clever art of detecting passengers on the sick list. After an introduction, personally, of all i -These' bills were passed by large Pocket Book Lost-"$5 Reward"

v--- Hon. J.of C.the Dobbin Navy, of; Hon.North James: Carolina Campbell' Secretary the most stupendous frauds, and effectually The floods had done great damage in Ore the :Council to the ,President- was ad- majorities. Judging from the history of the .LOST, en"the etenirig'-of the JlV fit-fani/JA/ **
dressed both Territories will be
formally by Mayor MADRY in a past, soon asking a Leather Port M'tfnuioJ'tontainin ; -
.4 of Pennsylvania, 1'osiinaMer Gencial ; linn. checkmates the swindler. I dispenseswith gon, sweeping off bridges, dwellings, sawmills short speech, complimenting upon the for admission as States. $g! in" a.b. 'and several notEs,one 'of'

ji Caleb Cushing t>f .Massachusetts, Attorney Bank Note Reporters and enables one, &6. marked interest he had always evidenced in which is (at $90. drawn In'my1 fafor-by Jonn
i Price, I tare to think ttto afti !Irf*
, .r Gener. the of bill decide the affairs of Washington aud remarking MISSISSIPPI SENATOR.. N sr. reason .
f by mere inspection a to city, Kinyon, was picked Up by A negro. -* .1.'
' I1 AKOTHCa WtB-.TEK AND PAKKMAK upon its genuineness. Th Ericsson- that he would carry with him in his retirement Esq., declines the appointment of,U. S. Senator MILE PRICE. "*

TlaG the well wishes all its citizens to succeed ,Walt r Brooke, tendered Marcb1t1tli.1Si.Ne'. :" ;"J-
IDT.-A letter in the Lynchburg (Va) A'x- The Secretary}' bf the Navy has recommended '
Kanawhn Invitation to lr.1Jlnore. for his future prosperity and happiness.The bin by his Excellency, Gov. Foote. In t
rt the Sal HICK, slates that i
to the Committee on Naval! Affairs : ,
an
pe.frm Goods
President that he Mr. letter
t Stoghin went to the house of responded was transmitting Kinyon's to the Jackson w
? a neighbor loay 'him several hundred We learn from the SLvannal Republican i appropi iation ofif 500,000 for the construction highly! gratified with this generous tribute papers for publication, Gov. Foote says: '?'tIE subscriber h* Jn! ffieive.tper "Josej_.

V : dollars 'him. As Ie wa" not see,, that in pursuance of the proclamation of of an Ericsson frigate of not less than from the municipal authorities the National "Having now made all proper efforts to secure i G-ice"*frQtt Ne* twrk.'and- for.Sale---.-*> Jill*'*
h owe the Mayor'of the of citizens Metropolis ,The only regret intimated the full representation the State in hams Blokl't toiiiies; .
. are'ardt Ii friends itit.iimte t inquinen City, a meeting :2000 tons burh n. The Secretary tp ak bp r\o: 1.Iackd' '. I : ::
that he felt in ;
leaving the Senate for the 'II..n
twelve
Washington months which "" "-
oeaictiul tl> was held at the Exchange the 4th inst. Cheese
e house on .
'finally in the terms of ERICSSON'S invention' ; ,
p an highest was'the bf so lies of will the 4th of March ..".
where he gone, witliottl succei, nnlilone for the of inviting MILLARD FILI dissevering many per ensue next, and the e Potatoes : ." 5 '. LI. .,.
purpose submits a number. of on the subject sonal communication and of Onions I :" "
of them commenced the ahes papers exchange kindly efforts having'I proved so lamentably abor- ; -

;. of a large fire place, and Knifing k In* nrprisr, Mont, late President of the United States,- to which are published in Washington- Repub- feelings daily!! with: .many of.)its esteeme tive, I shall take no further steps to attain Sugar Butter Crattcw d". ;' S 't-f. '.4U.I"ua,!

visit Savannah. citizens iv name aw omcially recommended the desired object and shall leave the whole "'I
. found several human teeth and the cheek lic. From amon them we select the following Pilot Brcadr .-

IL tS hone, also, part of the fle>h, j uiioK-d| | tu be, His Honor R. WAYNE, Mayor, was called from Captain SANDS of the he considered a bounder duty, believing matter to be disposed of as the good peopleof Starch and Pepper} ;, ,.' I,"
Navy, as that the illustrious --S. n.
Father of his the State decide at the ballot-box in Duck and Drop bot
that of the
r-1 whicfi had may
. into a crevice missing in th. fire Jnal place |ailly n>a ted.run to the Chair, aud C. S. ARNOLD requested to bearing high pro esionaJ testimony to the. Country.from whom the metropolis derived November next S lAS.JacksonvilleMarch. .Llvt GSTit'f. ,';

act as Secretary.R. destined! it 5, 1S33. ,
1 1M The of the Louse iuunediatelyarreMed. success of.the Eri son : name, to be built up, by the ,, .!_ 'N"S

'Ju occupant. \UI R. CCYI.EK, Eq. oik red the following WASHINGTON, February 23, 18j3.: fostering hand of Government, to present a THE. LONE STAK.-A Division of this Arrival.::.. ; '; _
.i
creditable tinder1 New I
appearance as the of free Order, the title Washington Ditis- .
-- resolutions, which, on motion were adopt SIR: I have the honor to acknowledge the callit a >il, .! ;*
CanoN )'oIt Ihlu.-lmntll Cargo. ed: receipt of your lt tbr cf the 22d and nation. ? ion, No: 2,' was organized in' Jlarianna, Ch Baskets Heidstick Champagne;'S'.' ,ra.t> I
The N. O. Picnyvn My : ;in obedience instant J After the interchange of further kindly Florida, some weeks ago and, as we learn ,' I chert Oolong Tea; .' t> ;-T I

Among the clearances RC8fltel, That the Honorable the Mayor submit the t your beg av-I civilities, the civicauthorities retired from from the Whig, is steadily, increasing in. 2 bbls god*Crackers; .-.- >1 w it+4
notice to brief
, ycterday we following statement.1ly : ,
ami Aldermen of the city be, and they are the Presidential Mansion numbers. 1 eMIt Asserted Pickles;' ,f ..2U!
,: that of the ship Logic of object in r highly delighted bbto .do' < .. -
Americll [Ol-I hereby requested, to invite MILLARD FILl. questinJ' permission to with the interview. I : ? 5'Mi
t Kennebunk, Ae., .IlIut. nu, tor Si. a in ( ship, on her 2 bbls N e. Mackerel;' .'i -. k' .W
jiassuge
) late President of the United States, to Tnt AMERICAN PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL .
::1 Petersburg, a of 3 090 hales of IIF. recent to witness the 9 bokes Raisins < m *\ nil
: : .al crsn visit Savannah and, receive the hospitalityof trqv was practical$ operation ,South Carolina ,Congressional, .Election.- CHURCH-has ,now: .China 1 bishop, 2 2 bbl ,Coffee Sugar;t ri."..
4 cotton
l weighing 2,309,778 ''lntlt und her citizens. ot the new notive pwer; and it for. clergymen, 4 female missionaries, 1 nativeteachers' 10 boxes Patent Candies\ ; -. n.. r:.

; ; valued at the large sum of $245,00.) This: Rcsoluxl, That they be further requested innately liappenedthat| which From ihe'RIercury' we.obtain the.'following -, : In Africa the Cape Palmas Mission Calk Scotch Ale; I' ,:M(...
1ci ship 'In 1,273 ton register, inn! I litcargo" is we encountered wab such enabled 3 boxes Mustard wt Mi
;
as me to ; r *
to appoint a, committee of citizens tu/nakc .returns of the election of members of has Bishop, 6 clergymen; 10 Ameri ,. .
:. 'iki the largest %y more titan 2,00(1( bales ever satisfy thyself on tlje points with regard to 2 quintals Codflsh; If ,
ftbippeil to Jiufwia 1"1 tins We are nil 'Iecelsarr urrangeui'eiuls for l this'purpose' \ which I had entertained doubts. I ,Congress, which took place in South Carolina cant and 6 native teachers.* -A;curious item. 1I bl Old Rye'Whiskejj .1.- i1ft (.1'
was
IN'rt and the bills apprehensive in this mission,is the of l
ot: expense payment publishing a,newspaper boxes Cheese; -i 2 roi
AL informed that :tt! all .hil'let l by me of our from' the City Treas" )'. or that with the ''ntengin'e it on the 1st fust. in, !the.Grebotongue.callecttheCa7vatlaMessenger 6 kegr Batter > ,- ,. ."n

::1w nlmahtil houces, an, M undoubtedly the On motion of F. S. BAUTOW, Esq the would be impossible to obtain that continuity two"'of'the'Districts, : were' there the printing being done by 10 bbU Irish Potatoest: ',;. DIM dJt
largest valuable cargo of of action in a a which the steam candidates ; '' S't ietted seh on ,,"is pIi d
.ncllt 'cutnl meeting ,adjourned. ( way opposing and inthe''others, the a iativ y ," who chows great-aptness at ; er' .
ever .bipet by ole house from the' .,, R. WAYNE, Chairman. t., engine las 'To my astonishment, however, vote,was 'extremely'small.' We. 'give:Ihefollowing thebusinessl! J. ,. .tr and 'sa1"st'-tbugfle&, I A r4h titore. :"
S ;,,00; (
4j1 ; : 'F.'WA'E1t
,. h'oJ clearer > ''
,u \\ } by AJewif. C. S. ARNOLD, Seceuiry. I (larinr a rnofsvelty.od i : summary; : ; ', 'Match'IO 1833. -, h:. C' 1'" A ,ct
3l ; J. PWbitue & hours ,. : ,. ..
I Pn.Ia'r, {rKigbtli l consecutively | \ Inthe Firstpip'trictycomprising'Lanc'asfef., THE DEMOCRATS Connecticut haverenomihatedJ'Thos. _" 1. r. iP

4 amounts! la, tbi. .large c$35,00.. HOSIN OIL.-Under the market' head in stop in the engine, nor was there the fcligh-- : Cheserfi'ldiItulb r'ough, parlingtoV! ,'Mar- '. ll'8 'ymo 'r for reelection l. -' : D

4 & The Golde Eagle auJ ,c.trgo, \ J give our raper"of.to.dar' reader will find est check,to Ibo steady movement of the pad ton( ,'Wflliamsbufg; 'Horry and Georgetown} as GoTcrnoK. ',n." .'. ',. '. '. tidE & u nE;

1 oar Ituftuian frkludiaM idea uf Jic' yrogleG; articles reported as exported,'" 10 die wheels, although the ship often rolled G .o. Johri'McQueen is'ire-elected1. l without 'jj.uh!
&lnlt ,
of Young' AwWica w.Jltc ln'ji,: ; anU'cuttoi; ''bbl. Oil.. There \11 be, we are in her. weather: wheel .out of the. water,. and, opposition. .. '' .l V -4.. *."." $3-Another;; Scientific Wonder-ITAHT ot- "...t '.' ,14'2'oJ ,i-.J, t ,1-.1 A .ff

line. 30 bhlri. more of Oil cleared :at pitched considerably.!): was also apprehensive .In the Second Ditrct.comprisng: 'Charles: 'DYI1'EPTICS.-Dr\ J S.: Day atreet) SaYaniuib,"U

iI; : the Custom liuui' to-day., Thls. is a new hat the ,immense! SIze of the piston,"and ton District,'exclusive of St.'John's, Colleton,1! to '-. JIOUflIlr, :TaU, tlm4 k. SI rtment ,
Stand trve
TOWS PEPSINtke Dipttive ft id'orGaitricJuice't
YaIDIITE-"nt'ClarCton article added the list of thejeleyated pbsiljon M the upper cylinder} Hon. William i re-elecied ,
our ItaAdistilled without
Aikent '
.exports. if
iiLf I ardh3, l*'CII r &, l, tiy *<" ) 'with the) at t thee ,Oil Distillery would be likely to' llroduce derangement: opposition-.p. ;"'' / ... 1M : prepared' fVora Rti ET,- or the cASS1M4T'' {

I, fuU0ihl"&tet. lhg lre 'flu F Ird i, erected iuour.county the line of tecenty',! t. when the ship rolled land pitched heavt1 In the jhird:'DJstnct;:comprising lt Beauft'BarWw -: rotrETH STOMACH: oi*'THTJ Ox* after direotlons'cf13&roIJEBEG. .whiol"U1.;are npired iCIJPo

iIJ llt. in' at |>re eiit! (III,. a IC9II I t Marks Rail Road and .within>t be, of J noticedvcry carefully that there was not ll, 'Orangeburg lleton? and' the gre :ph1Iiol.8ieal Cte. th. beI'm.dDllrt ,Jtl.Q- :! u.. 't9I.iBe8

1 Iroll.or; dijcsuttcter! ; .iW wiovemcflis. ,the Terminus.-Wakulla '; 2d mile inst.Viiro th'e1';eIght\ t gviftgydy) Ip'kny'ba'rt., t every' thet rth1sh'if St; John's! Colleton'Hon.: W.; 1st, by,", S.-XauaUTOff; ,Jf< ., 'J- -t' l4 Olothing: %:

I ; tifttt" of vrfiun J nave been; mel Uimg'rcin'aiHintf'as'frffi'as l : if,the'I shitr-were. F. pl'cot'k''islfe-elec'ufll l wltUoQlop ptsrthsn';!* phia,.,ThU It trajy" wonderful,remedy,for INDIGESTION A hwg Ji F1NE tthbi.or

reporieJ t (I 'the Edn-166-li'atclitc"; ; : 'a 'fewoiilri '\ ''NoMiJUTiONil: -Th. "Whigs of laying atUe'dockr T ; ? ; '1/ 'In the 'F" 'f DistrictMjc8hlfansin-'liei.1InglonV'Edgefield I. 'tofSPEPSlA, JJiUNDlC,. ,ttfa1a.a1wiUmr4s& .Z' tv't''t..t.lu .

? above lake' Harney': ''Jrai"IJe fiico' Ohio have lo illaf".J", ] I6n' :Barrere' 'for The pifetoii moved I'perfectly steady and ; our Newberry,.' tatir'ens.'aii'dfMessrsjV LIVER COMPlAttiTCtitii'riA'ft01ttiiftoSBttinYt .W1th a TKftariK7.CJfAnC ,vt'1t
1ollowd pk4ee t toveo ; and' n"f r "while' the'" hiri'wa's'!rblliliVaiKrpiteM 'Ch .... -C "' '. ''. I aher* Aaui' flat Cap.tCsnseUabre1laI.SbIft .of
Ahalm sm 'hly \ ? tb
t' 'JiMm ".J'Jt LC'UClJ Govr. .': .. AbbtI jl, ero l1'r our I tnflng Stocks, Sca.c*. W.-T AU .r 1IhIc 1I
,::' I jI hl" (i6ta.'a'b ',:I j'll 1 t: 'IW I: ;-JiU 1) ,by,-'WirE"OWN JkokxT.the QA8TR1O i old at tin tOWESTi E&ICfiS.&oiiis d

ihhwI"1" .Gt.lnfo.v 'winDldtr 'I n'Codnectlctit,itle'Whlgs1ufv1 !no1njtr'1oieto ,iba1etutiiau.k4 M\ id'of 't t ? ;'! teM'retnr'ns' lnttlcat!'the'fee?II 'JUICE.' Pampi1etasutalnlags SciODtJAoutTkI ; .'Sa &Dll .1M"' J, 11 1U.djj.t

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Importers and Domestic LtqnorWine Cordiikrserars tbarftl,4-i.i/keffj. Ana in boxes oe'.Nen. ea4li'.. '!. JaekionvmeIin._ -*- .*.! '," ..17.1850. ,.,. '.,!i" .*'1'r E (" :-ir.,)r.. .. .., (Sac. 44d4tWS 1 lib.181- EAST' flAy' ,.a1AttLsrute- 1 .-- I-, _IiIbs4JiEr..:: .
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Tobacco fee., aNt )Jan tbm18 I JaAaTcalAme Sardines,'W whole Juice, half,do,do and do quarter do.: t boirf/. .I'.t., ; 1iipiits; *" '. 4): a w\..\", dTnd:. .:'iWf t '., :Q'MIiJ.t,_ : .te A. 1'.jonxoox, t it R.MlLLEH'S UWUT. t .q' l
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ol Lemon"Syrup fapefTar \ualityvo IXVitA9 A Alr uiT,*j nTmnTi RnJI if.:111 ,f_ -asdaigi.h J.f9 AY REE l; "- .JUlES r
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': .. .. VATTORNEY LAW. <' 'I 1 I
'.r l FOLSOM "
eurutaflll. land CM c.iu" "ffyf.ea ; HAS removed L' Dealer ;lai'lsnoCburc1 an. _, .
Ctt1 to Jacksonville ( '
Florida *fld 11inx.LNXJD.iiM.Ina.T. e
a and :
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,1t [n/Jofri-c mrtwks wk7hr rid|v EutInia'Peer're Ginger, in boxes' bf 9 will in:the Eastern SetaJbblq iid1Nelileni, JO ,
practice and Southern CJrcnits [. -
toll In Cit,n4 Cv M" )%. cir jars each ,, *.< the supreme Court of the AfccOrdeonr.tGttHart.-VioliM, hwf.MMO and \ 4 rl Fi : jcaii tiji f; __ 'a .'StithL.IiKERYd
and
,1dlilServJtcrm1: .. Y; : .. i I F f rcnci Cherries In Brandy, in boxes of 1 dor.each. .' the U. SJ DistrictCourt for the Northern State Districtof 5n i Jnstrnetio offers Books,'both of l the old and-new way I I
A large
'j sortllleat oftbe ;:
: Cjt .J.R.oDlIse'ioet. *bovetini.d art i- ;
eocucB.1. 1& florida .H.' Feb. 19,:1852tf. etesl SNTOjPVUKAKCTACTirtrR
UaSUUOn I=B. BT, P. ulard uw,t I Fruits in Brandy, in boxes of 1 .dozen. taeh.assorted. .' : :: I I I 'tbe besHnanultotorks,in tie United I *
States.
Co.. Leger Frtrea, Ot4ntinpoy't o.,' :: ; Having spent' ;,aii in&eaehiD.c.r oa. 3a I .K.. ill 'Mettinp-rioppa-ittJirarW'. *:
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F. Martel, and pthe* choice:brands innilf Do do In tberrown jtrice. ,do do ..1. .1. ". ', J.JAMES. ., H J ,-*BAKER. iLDd Instrumental'M' ,'ftd' beinx'&hoJ c1iAn.LESTdNLa f ..: .
jk ---M J-> *( **-* t SJDLE'iJ1 '
r "r *tATTOKSET roughl1' nkd
aeqU with the JLJ'C't'
and eighth casks and in boxe8 Pie Frnits. do. IStuart' sioveee milt, .
AT LAW, *)
pipe, quarter and Lorering's Steam 'Refined"Sogaw. tents,. none need fear the snperUrity of hlain.trumenUi ,Arid \Vhofwale and Reiall DealeXfi all tl IW )\ ci' has constantly on hand : ApIf
East'Florid.
tIC I aolo eacb. '' '. ,,Alliatori, Columbia Co.; : .n over those ortdel fir lea % U j
; enltivated
UDT-4tb proof inimitationof, and lees Iiti ) ;lJi>::; !
AstHCAH:
eai experience. .' ,', SAIJJLEHY
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Do Loaf, in boxes and half boxes of 10 !ttaTtach. ;<( ? I WAJLK.
Fienel in halt pipes quarter and ejghtkcaeka.Do .. ::: 'm AU orders WIN t" f fTfifc dbAe
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arrels.HOUJIND i '; ,'. i. .' W.HIT SMITH prom ttJ tittoded to. rliMtramento : IITtFLLEI1ON.W5.,, I
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do 1st 81't-Pinll Apple, Anch6! 'Cologne,'1. Do Crashed, barrels. ] ATTORNEY AT ''LAW" niceJj Purchasers*packed, and sent t*any part of the State;. Carriage rimmiogs.ate'Mi nit"'P icVrl SUCiAR. SEED. AND.DYS- I!

Leaf Brands.WHISU Do Ground or Pulverized, in barrels. \ 1 and the M lima}oinBninity, are Lealbtr ; AiW Baw JarlUifcie 1'Eli'rc tRXKI1S .

and Clover -Iril and Scotch. ._Do Steam Refined Candy, fa toxesj. .of45 ihs.. ,, Alligator, Columbia Co.East Flonda. FQLSOM'SFUNFgIJROOM.invited to eaH and examine this stock,.at 1... ggaffrn'THE tJk ll.fs .&c".., Llri'.re. -
'eacn. '" B Y'.a'r.iI l ; t.r.Is. 'I
tilt and zd '-
VM Jklortbnglhehi'}lara. Pittsbnrg., Sheaf tjuilty.1)b Rye .- Almonds best. 'Bordeaux and Marseilles'-. .- iioJ1s1Ns: ,&
Bourbon.JX 11':and hard shell. AJloJlie.-a ,iw-,1 i :'t'DISs tu 1 ? ; ft West end if.G'bbon& ,Building, ol1bt i q itr.i1if 1& .t pri"; i
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Baltimore, Western Rye andXe' Castile Soap of superior quality. in boils of N .r; .
Orleans rectified. I abont 25 Ibs.each. .t OFFICE at P ALA TKA, E. Fla., FIRM MARKET SQVAITE, 8ATi > aAii.a & Bons Qsoor1el t'stksjanG3rn ..Fa" :I '
heretofore eo
OlA Jamaica, St. Croix, New Orleans Soap Ja on', No.. WILL practice in the Eastern'Circuit. Business JL. and existing' uade.bename i R S. MiLUL ." 1
of :
R t-a\. w _l.J. Corks. Velvet Wine. in bales. and bars bf 7 entrusted to their'care Trill be promptly attended this' dissolved style' l1\11Dmer-' & BoWder' & A large assortment'always on )hand and 'I : ;l 1
day ty mntbal
r.Ugt1IU.PEACE
iuul l'eW consenf James
BUSD\-Old North Carolina and Vir- gross ea h. Bottle 7 to. February 19, 1832.-tf Plummer,'E q;;win c settle'!n demands'against', fat alp at the l lowest prices., : jan27-3m. MdCARTER&b;: J ,
Do common ,bags -
gross. saia firm, and all ;
tini$ New North Caro-' Do, Jug and Tap 6 OSSIAN E. 'HART persons indebted will please I'T 1.1'.cA # tll ...'jal'.
APPLE BIAIDT- Jersey and 1 Do Velvet Dem John," 4 and 5 gross c make payment. to Thomas Bbwden'as he w theprtperpcrson. :TE & FosTtr ,, Ti -"l. .Si'
JAMES
PLtJMMER.
1i.CoIDIAL.--'O.rau.- Perfect Lore, Annuett, Vinegar, White Wine, in quarter cask*; ATTOttNEY AT'LAW\ THOMAS BO WDKN; FJ.C1YJRS.t1Nl; ) CQ3fMlSSIONslER. 'w'aDLE5-k111 .-to ., isflllOttllSt4 ,
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and Peppermint. j Do, Cider or Apple, in barrel c KEY WEST FLA., Mandarin Jan. t 4 .
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flow, Cinnamon SEOAKSA large assortment of Rio 1t8dUos.ConlOlaeidnz 8.12. :- ,J27-it .. WONTS:
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WJHSS Madeira, Newton Gordon art & and other Practices. in the United States amT State Codrli : A'I D :; :'
Co.. Laeock and Jardine, In J amd |cask 1 'ilantropa Washington, of the Southern District of Florida.JnlylOtf .' .- c' NOTICE. SAVANNAHGEORGIA: ,
Page's, Key and other choice brands.h choice brands* d1 f direct importation. Abtf Florida -7 CJI t i! d' dlf' >
Port .
rrTT> V- Huff Gordon_ k Co... B4nitaa and *,Havana Cheroots and Cuba_Sixes. __ ___"__ ALL persons having c demands against the p. H.. !E1IN10HN, .FOSTER.jan27Gm -- ;
n TOB*cco-P. Robinson's celebrated lltiv of John \V. Powers, late of Columbia iia.W iI.j:
choice brands.Po
other I James W. 'r 7,1
do Brown, d" do. Dew, i lb. plugs in whole and half boxes, bf libjibs. Bryant, county, deceased, are hereby notified to prevent tl j

Io Teneriffe, \"entoliO's London rirticulararidCargo .each. ATTORNEY AND COUKSELLOR-AT-LAW, them duly proven within the time prescribed eomjilrte 'PorIi. i if,Law ; .
do. j t Do Rough and Ready, In kegs of abdnt 100 USl n t1 tmIl by law, or this notice will be plead in bar of pay- McMAHON &, ,DOYLE, M r DielL, SCHOOL and ISCELCANEODS 'i I

Ikj Sicily Madeira qnarter.easki. !lbs. each. Q ment; and all persons indebted to said estate BOO j' I
W Premium Tobacco in 5's 88 and arc to make WHOLESALE DEAlxfe IN ; fherJftttl.J. ..I1"AUa \> .:
in antiLonos casks'. Do or requested immediate payment.
and 4 } i
Ho Malar, dry "tweet '
POflTB-Iya8' qftArts and pints. I'I Ib. I II Land General Agency at Wasaington -. A..J. T. WKIGIIT, Sheriff, and T.1TiJiE."T or ,ve' a; .. .!. :

Po Scotch and East Irtdia Ale, quarts & pints.t'HA'WPAOXE Do El Dorado, in boxes 41) to 45 Ibs. each I I D. C. Ex. Off. Adm'r. f AID ilecri|lltion. bl'1 constantly ou'baudand: olferetl i !
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CtDRn oie.one doien each. I And a variety of other brands, in 5's, 8V, iind ) Alligator,.January 7th,1853. 134hn FOREIGN otiuvuumu 1 aiuiiuiuuif't at the lowest price :'jtn6.6o"1"CllARhuISThNitP1Tit I
I - AND DOMESTIC :

]lo do Caks, three and ST dtaen each.WIE I 4 Ib.Smoking plugs. Tobacco, in boxes of 5 and 8 dbzen; : JOHN Y. BRYANT, JOHN S. EDWARDS, JUST RECEIVED peri. _hqn6D.I.. Arcy,, LIQUORS.NO. ..
; .EITTEES- -Boxes, one dozen each, and On I''I 4 and 8 oz. papers. Late of GfH. Land Office. Attorney at IMW. for sale at <- 190 ,STREET, :! i I liI ;

dranght.Cordml*. assorted, do do. i, Wine Bottles-French and German Patent, in Have associated for the prosecution of Claims The Cheapest Cask SJore (Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Johnston & Co.) .
Wine do. hampers one gross "aeh. of every description before the several Fxecntive \. y .*'., *. I | .
Claret do Fonherly C/mt.
Bbls and Hf do.Flour, fresh Canal occupied by Hartridge '
Madeira do *>. Flasks-Quarts. pints, arid half pint Departments and Congress and the Courts in ; Esq. MJ&fih. ,1,1 1
Port do do. .r I Demijohn's, 2, 3, 4, and 5 gallons. the District of Columbia. One of the firm having Bbls Cheese and Butter Lard Orange county SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. J>. :, 12.' hI J j 5J J
and JS'o I
Kegs Leaf
Sherry d" do. Candles-Sperm, Pearl, and Adamantine been connected with Departments of the Hams ; Mcctrttg street, bttiectn Jhgvi one. rfbdcacj, "'' '
fine oflx i
very M1IIoN. JAME* DOTtE. '%|
Cbam.pA'tIe. in b\*kt'I.one lozen r Pickles *nd Sauces. General GovernnJent in Washington for upwards ? !.
) Also in CHARLESTON. C ,
store- : 4r{ s
Cjh01JIan,1 Th.\ '-'Hyson, Imperial, and Black. of fourteen has acquired the informationand jan27-ly "
tad piut-4'hig. lleid eick, Douche, years 1%bags prime Green Rio Coffee; I t t11.. Z. .
jul -Iy experience, and familiarity with official
other brand 2 do "
,, do Government Java
The above comprise same of the finet Wines tornu and precedents, and the general routine of ."With Coffee; H JESEH !
imported. business, which, with the legal aid and counsel Vrovisions a large and general assortment of Groceries !NDERSOHS &, C6, I a j ./ _' :: f !
&e. &c. For ,
sole
nr the /itnAP vifivtnAr. AnnVtfA 4l A.M **v .*..._* bv Commission aiercliaHt. '
Feb 10 10'.WAVER&CO. FACTORS AND GENERAL '. : sI1o'aE ,(,
OF LETTEUS remaining in the Port:[ business with the Government with an efficiency hEALER JIll 1
DR. S. DIcKEWEN >
LIST ,Jacksonville,Florida, Feb. 14,1S3,' and despataoh seldbtn offered. CHEAPEST CASH STORE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS \\ -jk-uir .

A K 'I I Surgeon Dentist ; c Suspended Land Claims, Bounty Lands Patents i TilE Sperm Oil, 2 Bbls Coffee Sugar, SAVAXSAH' GA. & rociles* abd .Liqnorffj; 1- JK
George Knigbt, Mathew for Lands Donation Claims Duties Illegally 2 do Linseed do 5 Bags Rio Coffee, X 139 '' .
.Mlet to all who entertain doubts of exacted PensibnJ, dud unsettled aeconnts O.W. AVDERSO.X, J.W. EAST BAY .. |
'utaW'a,.Elijah 7* King:ley,Mary 'WOJhL siy Arnold.AIHorta&Atbtrtoo Kiigr, John <3 of Artificial Teeth to gin against any pf,the public offices or General 4 Bra new Raisins 10 do No I Slap, I jan27-ly t1aLz5Tu1,S. C. ','" '
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Wra It 2 Kiuball EdwS 2 him a call, ind examine his beautiful style of Government, and debts collectable in the District 2 Bikts Champagne,'Iff Sacks'Salt I
,John F Livingston Jones*" ,Block Gum Teeth These are adapted to the of Columbia will be attended to with 1 Hf bbl Potash, 6Grneostelf? I janfi-ly f |
Andrews ; ,
Andrews Mrs l efler, l>r A I mouth on the atmospheric or suction principle, promptness and fidelity. I Cask Scotch Ale, 2 Ebb Fla MoJttsaes/ WM., R. SYMONS, CoNDthT1JENNtiqsk; CO- **'r\ ". Jt
11Bnnkey Leighton Merit .' and with so much sncce that it is scarcely ever c CO-We have appointed C. DREW, Esq., oCJaeksom.ille 1 do London Porter, 6 do do Syrijp "

Benjamin Leorrab, Jacob 2 (found necessary to ue springs. All the various Efbrida, our Agent to receive and 2 Bbls S'a Crackers j Ck prim'Old Brandy DRAPER AND TAILOR, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 'w,.f J '.!

]linages! ,Benj L. I.owe, Washington, {operations in Dental Snrgery,that can contributeto communicate Biisinessfrom that State. 1 do Rye Whiskey, 10 X i'rime Sc ifas. f 4
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tolarabiu the health and preservation of the natural CordiaU, Bitters, Pickles &e. AND DEALER IN SADDLESj 'RDLr' i
Bridges, Iloral'er Lowe, Refertnret. c Catsups, &c., \ |:
Teeth and Gums,delicately, though at the same fcc.. I f
Buchanan, Prydr 2 oM Hon. J. BUTTEEFIELD, Ex-Cam'r Gen. land just received and for sale low for Cash. READr.MADECrnrHI G, S SI
time SADDLE CARPET -fi/108; ;,4'Jh
Ball, Eliza II Mnrcs. 0 permanently performed. Office. feb3 tt'AVER & CO., I tf 't '"
ofierations warranted perfect or no charge. NO. IT WHITTAKER STREET
Bancroft II & II Martip & ForneyMcNAJ C. Wt Ii .. I IlARSESS' i4trN.7wriirs
'' Com'rofCiutamt. .
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Jrt6n. Mary James Rc@idence-at the BufflnjtonHouse. Ladies Landing from the Schr. D. K. Arcy, and SAVANNAHGA.Gloves { ib""iii t
WHiTTLEfirr.. CnmptroUer Now &H
Treafy. iW5P ,
Mi Mrs waited upon at their residences, if tleeired.I sale by the subscriber. TIrIS f
Baker UriahJ5ra.l.Kk son, Nancy ,
N.
A J Major Roberts I March 3-tf I Senators Gwiv SABGE-vT.Rftitfrr BERRIEX, WHITCOMB of 7 .tru"ry.urELDs, Flour, in Halfand whole bbls...j jMippender, Shirts, anSI Gentlemen's NO. 1C5'aiEETFi\Gx .!, ET. nuT ::1 if J t ,
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Fnnkley, Allen J l\lc..Cormickl-'rancis 1! JOiE*, of lowtl. and to Members of Congress Butter Good JAMES quality. FUrnishing articles generally' Opposite Charlestoft Hotel.I "" ,t.tU,7 .; .
aright, Saml C M *re, U JMcUowie > Just receIved generally and tbb/ Heads of Departments.Feb. l\-IXGSTOS.AJeni jan2T-ly t
aid win. Walter II Wm I Per 17-tf Jacksonville! Feb. 9th 1853. jan 6-ty CHAlfcsm>i;.iiV.f.r | : .

lireeee, Sullivaa D Mae Adam J str. Carolina, from Charleston, -- ------ :
= AND EMPOkIUM'BY ; o 2 "
-- -- ----- BUTTER CHEESE I
Blethen, Wm Minsbew, WillinbaMael I Fruits; Fruits in Brandy; GENERAL. Bldodgood and Bouse. J".A. COHEN; k. C&HNj, | .' 1I 1-,

C yJC a Co 2 PIE Lemon Syrup Assorted Cordials RETURN! tHeir thanks the .inhabitants of ; I .
.. N & Deafer* tI f "*' >11"!
tartar John Importers
and
Old Sherry and Port Wines; vicinity for their liberal
tlukw&Ibingtontill. isaac 3 Old wJnacand Pale Brand; MALONE c5 TAYLOR, patronage bestowed upon them since they commenced \ I Foreign & Domestic ,DrV 84"' tIt 5:1, l'rO.

Colmw,Charles 0 Champagne Cider; W. W. Vinegar; LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANTS basinet ; and hope by strict attention to .Jk1k g1 t -. .

Caldwcll ltobt A DriCy,Daniel R Pickled Clams, Lobsters, Salmon and .. 1 -'- .' ._*. j. please nierit it continuance of the same, 175 EASt BlY._ ;w ,,. ..". ,;, .C.
t'b..re:5. I'CI.rtJohn)1 Mackerel; FIBST WHARF BEtXW NOBLE ST., They hate"ctfnftantly on hand a fall 'awortment SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, Opposite Corner of S. S. Farrar Bm..n'f !: '
AColnn Parker, George Also- of Dry Clothin", Hats and
TPKlLAOELPrUA VVilOLESALE i.
DEALER IX .
; GuodiI'feady\lade .
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A 0 Padgett\ Klish Havana,Cheroot.and "Cnba Six"Scgars; Very respectfully 8 Iieit'eonsignment of' Caps Hard wore, j iin -61 .cnintzftit9.. WfI. r,.
D 1 timer, J L t> A choice lot of Superior .No. 1 Family Crockery,Groceries,Provisions. ,Drugs and Medicine BUTTJER AND CHEESE J ,T

Dillon CdwIhiver rringle; Jocksod Southern Lumber, Shingles, &c. &c.Refer ,fegarsj Wine, &4 J&e*-which they -sI 1 ., v. '. t.-

31ich.lIkmere i'..nl Umes' Soap.E.. L. HARRISON & CO. t<>- in"at the\' lowest cash prices. DhECT FROM HARD, f' t :( '
Pierrt James II Jacksonville ___ _
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,John ,Jaru2)JSii.;
lhn mcre,Johd lV2e, Goerge C 1I Jacksonville, March, 1833 33tCaution. A. McCAtit, Cashier Camden Bank, N.J.:, ? GOSHEN NEW YdRE.fjar .. u n )". :. .
JoxJlfnAi BBOTK 'IfCq''l'U
IVxaeroy, .athtniel t Philadelphia; JUST received By Steamer Ca'r&Iina a full as. 09URTNEY, T ., T
E. T. c
KiciiAED'WN, do I 27-ly
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James F'F Ladies Misses and children shoes
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EubaiiksJaineA I'emlergast 'c ,. ItBECTIVPOKTDtC.II
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Brcim.\
T. E. Jaek onville Florida. -
and for sole at tHe Cheap Citse tdre of -
Powers Christopher hereby forewarn all from crediting Februliry 17, 1853.- c HARDWARE, CUTLERY; ttJ&S; ,P1S.T _
f BLOODGOODkBOrSE.Parclunent
It persons J:n20 r
F I .
I Fiord Mary .' MOEJIIE AID IIIIliICSLWUQI4SAA.DIIUGCSTS TOLS, frc.jrt l
James Rogers, Jo I) I my wife, Tbinzy Bush; as 1 "will pay no t lf .ft.,7.
Floyd, 'debts contracted by her. FRED. CLAY BARRETT, No. 35 Hayne Slrett, .,., :, i'
Floyd JOlf'l' llicbardson,!amos ; ISAAC. UUSIL .' Notary Public, : per1ie te'-Copying :, ... :.s.t"I
S : fZWNI.
U. Jack* nville, March 1st,1853. .3t OOKS.:This Paper Is \ r''tough slows 9ln-a !. fiZI.r: .
tiori!, Danfnrd P f o-er. John A or N G Commissioner for taking Acknowledgment B, c-I i ?1tUWI .c ;I f
np a perfect and distinct copy, and offers A D DEALERS IN C. COURTN Y, C.B.TEHMENT'/ :
( W Huith. RachelPnndeford i 'i-
Droves henry of Deeds, the advantage cf texture.and surface which JAMESB.EVAS. I.'i tt.\.t- :

Greer, D WrtalTon JaitePtarkc.John, Janios II Goshen Butter. And other Instruments of Writing, to be used in be written upon without fpreaduif;. The Books may PAThT9ILWINDOJLGLASSc.MtflrA1tD jifa G-ly_, _. .' ... 'T ''tt't

( Caleb S Siazrau. 3 Kdbnry, W tl It "'Eegs' of Goshen Butter. Just receirod 'S, c c the States of are well bound and p&ge4 and Are sold ,at the P4CE-2NUFFp. ," A. ,: .'tr .; -i
( Mrs E 11 ;
and. for ule by manufacturer's prices iu single ones or in uanii. P E R.U M ER { R'U t S D JiUB1 I"
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(;rotlle."m hanbornJ J.\\IES 11NIAM, NEW TOHK AND PEN'xS LTA iA. tie:. 'II ': "''' j

Graft Richard 11 Smith Swab, DenniS f> Grecly Opposite Dr*.>Byrne'.i Building, ,| fe>Office with E. L. Harrison & Co., JnckBonville I i PArENT, DOUBLE' IJWER1cOPY.INGPRESS.' AND L DtETI'6RDENSZtThII,1 i ; MANUFACTURER ASD DCAtXE '>*ip'.( 1,

Howard Clara A T mar3- i- Baystreet.London r'. Florida. Oct.ltlf GIBBON'S. JPU1LD1N6S. SAJANXAH- GAjan2t.rn wfIIJ tJ DDt c4'i t ..11ev J

llogsnn, Danl 2 TfJW1IlCnd.Jcte With1 this press copies are taken with more $*.' 161 MEETING-STREEIV; ; .

llicrinl>otham, II IIllolmj Thomas, G L < Porter. HOLMES ease and much quicker than with the Screw .. .t. ..

| worth. Jacob Turner, Mr SThompson t. Casks of London Porter 11. B. Eyas's. General Commission Merchant, Press and others ordinarily in use. It deed hot H ARIilAV D :iVl'E v\\ t, janG-ly cHABUafojtVliole I... c". t/1l '. t.
JUmmans. WmlUnfcrd ; Waly'InrnCr 10 require fastening down, and is uot.Jiable to get d. r "J' 'I' r ,1Ip
I. Jut received and for rale by '*".
100 \ .
WAU..Stmxr, NEW Taitt. & Cap'Van.
Richard outoforder. \ lint J
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,George :
IlANHAM "it apd'am r.
Haynes, Mr SjKobt Tho5njon, Kettridgt 2 f flladla Opposite JAMES Dr. Byrne's Building, WILL ray Particular attention to siles o-Yel I METALLICSuperseding1 ,i/u *,' on supply hand'of, Hardware constantly t consisting reeeirinj,of -1rO.i6I: 1tEETIXn ST., jpp"e1ChK7'r'. : 't I

A V 1IIi. ? Bay streef. low Pine. Lumber Live dtk.and Gth!r Southern the use of the'Brush*JV {i1it1i. Cutlery Cooking Utensils, Mill Saws. Cross Cut .1.* ton h1ol, Cterlerfon. 'Th* iildeflitfl
mar .
Vanmeter.___ Calvin L Timber an.ll'ro,1 1 anl tn._ _ r !
.ii tIP. np.J"p. "L and Blotting Paper, (saving all the time and tria 80rc.ndiai constantly : .1
"'en' n -- -- ----- -- "'"" ""0" Saws. Hoes.Chains. Nails.Axes blacksmith antf has in :
l\&I1IlW11d. Fran lin W i J. E G. BIcCUTCHEN ing MCrdhdndise. 'decSHtf"_. ble incident'to thelr'mewith it a perfect dPi C.trpeiiters'Tools, and all other 'articles usually several manufict.rens aU of tb.: lfercD" &lDQIo d.r .III.'
1It114ricU W.ll W1Jiror. R- G mat-always be secured with any press. kept in my line of bnsinew., of HATS and CAPS suitable f. uw southern ft.r :' f
llrDcJriw, Andrew Wynn.ThosL 2 I 1 ATTORNEY AT LAWt F. Waver & 'Co. The undersigned are the ute and exclusive C. HOPKINS Agent.No. southwestern markets,t?wb'b t? BT'* l thiJ',5" '
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1l..IIiIlK'wortb. I) FVall.Ufred '4 WASHINGTON CITY, b. Cn Commission mud Forwarding Merchant, AgenU for Georgia and Florida for the above articles 177 Congress St., Savannah,0. attention of Merchant- desiring g Sds in WatoeJ : S I.aad I.
//aH Jordan W Wingfield,Mary L AztI and have made arrangements by which jah27-ly Having many years experience ID the ouaiaesa i *,' n.
the Courts of the District
J1ai l *.Jestpb S Willumu. Al D I Practices Claims for Pay, Pensions and, Dealers in GroceriesPrtfrUfons.Choic r.Wines, they art enabled to dispose of them at the manufacturer's natters himself that'in-'prices 4n qnUy, aiER. ,itA ., ,
Jiwrtia MnCieilialieaib Woodrow, Aba G 2 Liquors ADd Segars, 'nints Oils ... ., .. .
John BV 1 Bounty Land Lost Horses &c. ,Drugs &c. aac., : prices. STOVE DEPOTAND gooduannoUluscel1ell- :
Webb i.i'
A cfh for .
1st. By a late act of Coup-ess all widows or1revoruti1nU.ry CASli only i j.'novlB > .4meffian'and ng/M Copi/ing, Writing, "" '1 ;: .
1 Soldiers Pensions.. Bay Street, Jacksonville, E. Fit GENERAL FURNISH$& WARE Nei1Stcckotspih iD. 1. fioI
Jones,JohnJiifoon. "oung,Otis; ] are entitled to Carmine and Red l*., ., '.11

baae'b1ln Charles L ',4.ate War,War with of officers Mexico,and and soldier the Florida of the DOLLNER & POTTER of the best quality, constantly hand. Also HOUSE. riii" : 1 1No.

JohnMn. Jnhn : Marking Ink, by.the gallon or barrel. 10 12 A TO 14 BAEXABD STREET SAVAli'f,CEO.npHE IF noSrtnient >
IVrsOns frr letters in the above list..War, are entitled to Pennons, if their hnsbauda General Commission ;merchants loot. ,
applying ,,were kilied in service, or died disease contract- ; They have also'made large addition tfl their Subscriber most mpeetf'u1JfflMues'' a I lUlUUU, ,Jiai* taamu ', (na .
M say they are fT4rerti tfr/.or they may not get. fed while in service. 154 Front Street Corner Maiden Lalle, stock of Writing Papers of every description JL call at his Etahlisbmntwhere eVery effort 30 Entt'B>ttf. So&t& of,tie Foil Qflfcf,.,,,,, '
; thtt.<; MARK BUTTS. Postmaster.Jacksonville. Up Stair, New Tork, made when sold in ction. The )
five LiUeral discounts quantities will be made to give & largest
who have 1
lith 1W3.NOTAEt j 3d. All widows received 'eftrs'IIlCnsion WILL tHARLESTtiN, S. '.**' A
February entitled renewal of their 1'en- attend promptly to all business. !entrusted of five reams and Upwards. and most varied assortment t f Cookin and Parlor
( are to a toltbeir! eare. Particular nttention given to the : ':;3Mathematical, Instruments Surveyors:ComJ Stoves from the bes't Manufactures. AU j .". ) n. -rI

J. H HIaiRs, |sions.These can be obtained by addressing a<.above, sale of Cotton Lumber, Timber and Turpentine. ; passes. Chains,Drafting Materials, Ice. kinds of Hollow,Wartf; Hardware, ,Cnttlery,' rrUEol, cr offer. ttr sale .:! 1Hetee&e.l ,AtJl
f I Feb.2.i-i'm alwi to the purchase of g'b lh. I They have ficflitieJ executing Bookbinding Wooden-ware, Brnhes Gun-,single and double .of the tt.'e'Petiallr ;?

PUBLIC I post. paid. FLiberal advancement made dn eonsigt in all the varitfas styles: and of making d Blank barrels,Pistols.BrltfaUia ind Glass Fluid Lamps. adapted ifl the Southern trado.wbicb wtli 1110 1014.. :
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JOebrnary 19. lS52.-ly. Books ruled 'tIS any)atter1 ; in which tlfepot &e., &8. AIM.eCnsUptly. manufacturing all at the wfj1. .ea for cash Or apire&paper. f
iAcKsoNvILI.E. E. FLA. Brought to Jail. the best stock. A&t) of Card,Circular;Label kinds of PlaJu'l"lauishedand Japaned Tin-ware, MerchSnt? >witinc the city,are invited to M sw .

NEGRO MAN; says he belongs to HENRY Edmund Whitney and Fancy Printing. : Camphene- and .Barnrnjr Fluid' constantly on inspection thSftWt. ,. '.. '., '..i "** ,
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A ARMSTRONG, AUchua County, Foreign BtfotS Idpdrted at'New YoVk prices.JOHN hand. _. Qan27-ly] J. J.MAURICE.VHOL I R.-A.PfllrfILl'.Nk, Ita

Wanted Florida Commissioned and legally qualified as 3!. COOPEK! CO. 30 East Bly.'Sonth' of the PM Office, ?..ItaI.

Said Negro is about five feet 2 or 3 inches high, Measurer and Inspector or Lamber forDuval ,Savannah. Feb., .10th. j' MOOPER 4O, i janG-Gia c l toa. S..c. ,
JNY .10'
A TEACHER w take charge tof the "JleV- light complexion. The owner is to County c ; \ 'i if i I. -h' .
bftVilU MMe Academy." located At Jacksonville come forward, requested May be found when his services are deJlrcft, On CLOTHING. .u.a J.n.1tET u-Aa ia1tks 1.4.jIt.c..tIIH. -.J.. .'" 5,
charges and
prove
East of tkotttanddaUanffranmuin property pay t > ji I* r '
Florida, at the salary nne -luke him inquiry at the Republican office. .

lie must be wcU nooli- away. t. G. MYERfe, juaelO liuf' : mIlE Subscriber having on hand large and Stationery, i C 11FEN'FER'S- : ,WORK'4 l ..' 1 : '
fie branches of En lish. None other need apPl,. I Jailor. and Boots and Shoes offers to close out the stock CORNER WHITAKER & ST.JULIAN ST&, i.' Fdli CASH ..,.

Applications aeronipanied with references tc., Dissolution Notice.COPARTNERSHIP JOSEPH GRldE, nearly at cost rather than keep them over the Ko. 03Tarl og'si flangelSAVANNAH. I' tiE nm1ersnil fwpeAli '. fafirw ii*;. i .'

to be made to the tindersigned. General Commissioti MercliariL tumbler. Gents wi&lrigv' to .fctitffly' themselves I Jl" friends and tfiepnbHe that ho .ii.prepared In; _
A S. BALDWIN lIE heretofore exist- with dressing artfoles will find t bis rare Chance, .', I
execute 'Ufcr.CARPENTER'S > ttt'
36 WATER L -
E. A. 1)Ec01ES, T ing under thename JOHN M.PAYNE, ST., NEW YOIUv. also Planters who wiih td .Cupp1y'.tkelr negroes jso. ta'cdbmtw5.A.t__ >' ; a., Jt PP. I WORK : .
Sttfcr and attention to ali -
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pfompt given the
bf ,
D. 34. VLAItos, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent with coarse clothing and !hbes. will do well to '
nar3-tf 'TRJt I. Mr. John M. Payne assuming all the ontistanding ftll articles of produce entrusted to his care, call. .* "* .Printing 'and Bookbinding exectited fit! of every description, apoii cA'Jer ; and no

liabilities of mid rimetrn here and else- and all orders promptly complied With. Tailoring done td brdcr which canndt be excelled : ,neatness anil despatch. II other. All work done by me sljaltgr....- I

Who wants to insure his Life ? ''wkere. JOHN M. PAYNE, c 4rd29tfHERNANDEZ. U ; in oeatned or fashion. .. Foreign Book imp&rted b order at N.Y.pri a. lion, both as to qda ty arid promptness in its peril
L. B. AMERM AN,
HENRY HOLLAND.
TIlE Undersigned would take this opportn.I JaClcsdnriile, 14th February,.1853. 24-1 mINDIARUBBER & :BE YES, Cprnerof Bay' and.Newnan.. Streets.: '"i 'FeblO-tf--'. i .-rrflTYt1AYSTrori'ft4---_. ,. f Ube hapt'ft!;& J any 8rfffoi'ok.' f.FI
to inform his old friends and the publicgenerally i nnd Tailors Jacksonville, Feb.3; 1853.; il for which my charges wiU te fodeni
Drapers ,
NOTICE.S. M.11 GODIN.JacksonVille l I
,that he has removed from his old stand GOODS. I ;. '
and set up JACKSONVILLE E. F., NOTICE., c i.Jiiake'proTjato of l, ,Jafl.27.123r' 3 4, ::7-i tj') ,

The Drug Store ;i falHE Subscriber would respectfully eaU the mTNewnan \!EZ &, REYES, return their A ,T THE expiration of six weeks 1:-win apply the irimenpative will df George W. Start, r' ; t.\
lelly'JS.
M. of his old Jelly
attention merchants .
customers and
to their Friends and tbe Pblj'enerally 4 to the Commlasioner.of' Pensions for deceased, before the Jndffi->'Probate, for Columbia
in a more pleasant and convenient location. I throughout the United States and Caifada to his. for the liHcral patronage tBcy Cave received duplicate to Land Warrant number 10,244,,issued county; and hereRr notify the next' of I-d-U8T" ECEIVED fresh supply o? wfcl J,* I'

Those wishing to secure Fresh Drags at low{stock of Rubber Goods, manufactured by,himself .and hope, by strict attention to business to me on the 7th day of October,"1831;IVy! kin to the deceased that they may come forward pink GelAtine, oop r'i -Aiectui

l"ieeswfllflnd it to their advantage to eall at expressly for the spring trade of 1833. His to r3ent a continuance of the ai& Having received 160 acres under act of Congress passed Septem- Lad contest the.lame if they .e 1IL' -t .' Ilsid lrallil do..\ 1ri4i: 'M-kt.fl i

l'f IByrne's stock of RUBBER CLOTHING is particularly i the latest stylet direct frdifl the North, 28, 1S50, which has been stolen from my:Htftfse. CHARLES C. STEW AR.T.t I rortdkiD r S4B e; 1e111X- ,AX,, .' 111': ,&} J IfI

o. deserving inspection ; as it has never before :. they are prepared td execute oJl work entrusted AudI warn all persons not to trade f&r the dui 1 January 19. 1SS3. Jan27-td Fiirealoby J ,', ''' ,
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New Building, been so complete nor the articles more perfect. to their care with despatch,and in a workmanlike Warrant, inasmuch as 1 have'neith'cr told I&- I }aal3 JND. M. PAYNE DriggtiUshred't'J ', ;
AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF They invite all td tin them call_ ttf Sell assifb '' -Tfi'I'I"L" '
n At d1 DL'I'LI mannr.-- a nn ii.niL nor emnowered ant .nerson. : : .
A.& *J A**&ft .. w""-"" -- -r -" ," itt.A.iJ.LIJ1J. I SAGfJr'HECKEU'S'F ARU"I in..l. \ I ;
I door Dr.:
Coats, Capes. Pants, Overalls, Leggings, Carriage street, 2d from Byrne's newbuildWg or locate the same for.me.feb36w TTUPIOCA, I
?*.*t to took for the Then! c 'TILLiS. I for sale in feM Bf the CmM noise '( ,1t
forget number! Cloth, Wading Pants Piano Covers. -assuring the public ,that their -prices RICHARD: .,. : I- wm expose -Pearl BaHey. h 5
eall for"y thing in the line ofjmlcals. -* Caps Machine Belting shall bb nioae rite;and all garments warranted to .:: i door, Nassau county;on the 14t Monday The above jurt reeeiv"'bY nefT djad13
I Gloves. Engine
Perfumery.Paints.' 'i Packing. ,Life Preservers, Air .DalI ., ',. fit. Watches, Gold and Silver1 Ware: IL. !in July next.onetrtct'of lafff owned byt Petr J. ., .! ._ Ifi '
N ItfltLfng1na "Repairing .done' at theAorWrtBtiee. .B. MILLER & CO. "?: ;' "':I Pons offcelrs of said P Jer Pens', now .resTdinrin

Oils Dy* Stnp'Icet &,- ; Whip, and on every hand.description.The above of Rubber are,warranted,Goodsconstantly : !Feb.,Q-I7, | rflfca* ';'W O .1JFII, .. Cuba. Said tract of land ettrhttas vied hundred i Oidrno i ._

$ SiatiODety Books &:fccTFortheqnality ,:',1 to lUnd any climate and will be o14 at most reasonable .I- WATCH fcJEWELRY/JaOTJSE' aert"ftJI called.U Mill.al4tJUfiJbefng swarnfi,on the soott i ybg side i.'.rtiele just t"IDJ... '1
Baltimore. .?So'E. eer.Charles at. on a swaurp .At receYe.A.: QlSJa
Orders solicited at- .No.Z7
and
of hi* )Medicine tae. PttbU 1 prices. -_. promptly.- -- :Nori4JE.: : or dMls'adadJoftbe lands efJames' .' jJ"
.tendedtoby '" r. MPOftTEflSofEnlIsh and Swisa. Watches .' r. .lOr. 1' "' .: ...,D t tT
are referred to all the practising Physicians of i ihyii.i. 4.. I 1 i Higibetham.i4 Said land to be sold'to:satisfy ,
Jacksonville : $iIOOOjUN211 iieIi1Ff S hereby'riven that six :-weeks' after date I and tcto 'ot ilntr'4ise pt U WaMU'etfsoMakerf Ttai ee.r.A DO 1852.JtjB27td f"I.I.

.*'stock aid PUnters ctwU,aaatfy i irjft foraec from Broadway,aad t. ? t _. .shall apply to the honorable the Judge'ot andMannfaetnreraof fine!GpldJewery.We1 | ,!the:, :AlLADDOCKTaxCoUeetJ : i I IA.

&ad eartfuHy and forwarded.. *'"'- -** ', ,9 A"&II&llItreet. ,1\ew. York... Probate of Hemando County, for letters of Ad" Wll the attcnlfdn'of Sdiithi1YflcsaddiWMttdd : r.N&II&.C Dlenip !}fa'1f ;
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packed inibtadW
-' the
J S1 Ware to LL it
W k hand, lull of SIFRINSTRUMENTS. j.n2i't&-_ i ministration on the estate of Daniel Simmons iers in Watches.JeweTry4l : i ii persons !
oa a supply .
ci1. e larwarll Eli aeUI
fend .t
WmVth t
it extensive stock!assarifca* please
of'all-Mndiaajdof"Merf Jate of .said county. \ ; ? "t1' very i
quality. *rAW Notic&: ;,: ? fck. a c .MITCHELL McCARlY: JHernando article in our line .1&11wo allow any establishment i Charles Dd/Waal.'Anctioneer, '.' ,. co..ca 1 ,Jw.tL,)'ribmeats. -I '1
Co. Feb. 3d, 1833. 17-6w to surpass bsItheiiniisanUt7quAIitTOr ,. ". ." I'AJ
4ACJC'ONVILLEE 1
.d:
a of j1
great variety Toys and week met daM1 shall apply .' --- WboJesaU House ..4u,,,
SIX[ to the 1TO -:-- or low prices.' We are the only ees in Inc part of,the Coenty.attended to, Jaal3' t"
FANCY ARTICLES.DbnYlall : of Prdbate of the County' of Duval, r-'f' 1 In tU Weh-itf,trade,in JUltimort, indahall fcrid s.ltild. I 1 I Ii

to'call and "li t.tr'1 lmy for'letters of adminUtratton, the'Estate! of: :T. .lll BTptJcel JL..LS. ) use very lair means to indue*Southern; and Western fc respectfully Prime Olcl raU; g 1.,4. at
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see ns t
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w lilt Get aa Almanac gratii,aDd ted ana ''LewtBub --':. IX weeks after date J ball jry io:the Hffn.' riercljanU to open,.accounts.witltua.! ,Our ,November llthIS32r' (; 'I "luc.En'ED'i.\. ;u.titcin .

111e8dI rayov reUrn wkat' .' tn m r ind Peb 24i sAts A. PIC zTTIt. yndietolTrobate,of UaO.County ofuDurai( ;' terms abal4 be as liberal &aoeoaimo41& asicoundLnthsUnited It.,Ifii Auction Roimjana'Storf house.an., {ePLlOR .. ,' 'iva rx aCtY.1'l.J.
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8tij bare.. for letterf ftdminutraUon.fl on. ike estate.f J isbizAd 1; States.AI Bay Street tfear the jrinctpal market; where -'. .' "! tro.JfMrw .
'; b'': -.vINDOW. large 10'or"1"v' -. ,' .. .. -, -', ;w.wt&e gree leasureUrtbcrtheyjttpeaMMavtt g,OJl hekeepeonbandjtLU seasons of the years,on .t1L 1', :-. It f._ r.. .J 'totf,"" fief, t II

acbo 1't. 4n1'u.t :, yy"auortIUat. SRANDD05. & 1 : .. : FR..CE, gtfodJ.t q ; oatherii T'W ; bAlatl the most reasonable Levies,family.Groceries and. ,_ .- .1.y ,"r r. ..0 I.tIUMdattUIDUt

__ : ,0 1 f.: wrttof' 'variOMs ',1tJi i Jj ieii.P. J7,18153u.i cflc i Aiiaoraot. !tttrw .pA nI.fOfCa i country produce..1J i ( .o ..aJV *1)2 ,

.' : '' <"- ., 1r- I .*,. M J li.JnLLER,6 X70.-w :: Good sent toSubacnber oa Commission,eithrt ; B.4; M rie.4iI'Md. fori3.1bett
Noti.i : .OrroefTi DJ Bnjck'li Ntw' finumitO'' c : c liotlce' c *I "" .*;1 t. h>,l> ifOrter. ofWa_ & UWtlmoreOTICE for private or auction disposaL will be qnkkly ,",chear4'liaahImM; !'45fl.i .ist -

Fi'O make FA. *-tf r i\ ; vps I rC ;r-w'- *? .., attended to and amount peeVfily forwarded.Subtoriber .- 13' ,jRt'Y.-.WAVEIt7"Qht t
utloVtory arrangemenU, I aVe I c \ ', < .h 1 : ,, ._. .
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eHweduafter, hanjjpiy.to : ;--m_ 'It_ ;, 4.f.. .. hi been"WB.iAtaiaeDmaaaQtty/far ;r .
rnae4 over an the notes Md-or; UR JitAN GARDEN SI DS.'jUd'f S I. the Don i u. ; .

I k1lowtlei toJataei, 8.. who is E'i : _ted,..,.cJaoJ.e.leeUor. .;>pKora ; 13',Judge of Probate ftCouatydfJvii: ttbereby gIeihst..thc4ienbIp a nanber'of years'(:. auction er and tiherwise.Hk" .i, .4 ,-F.-Waver t.Co. urS'flUtt- -
"i!__**thOthed to eolleet.;A.D persons will &ECPS, and l. ifnr letters of Administration'"trUlt8tat heretofore existing the Furniture llusi- ofbri no reconunendaUoBS'J deeirt.I&a' : 1 .
xcxif: >: ; A vltOj WIIA c1l ; 4t'hek.1l.d -
{ ltthId di inquiries should be made regarding'biuilff( ,
ak.jymentuaooo poaible. I 7AlANt1AL'O'osiT Stephen.Willianuon.aece ed. ., betw elf&Ita l day itlhht'IMIr':" f, 4..Pa .
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ita 'bo
hthI1
oT his Mideace. ,
Do.'BTKSE'I NEW Bnwttot ,.1 ,rATRfaIlia'luOE.d olved balCo1&ient.rl4. t.f9.aiSOMl' any Commercial'Uen at tholtNto -'oi. t '' \
3. U. McR.O.Y. CUARLfiS DrWk..tla.. u'
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: A 2KPU11UCANT. )nt..1 tee 4'A*'ef OnnrTtW, Itt Ibt Oil, Tallow. Grease"and Ohio liaIetoindFJwidi;; ltt.fil.,1dai. tMCvsltC.urtf s' DD 'S"Ie.' y IV'
iIf -. jsi. hfJlR IIOUO T01'f,M. D. Ithsr1etk'5'Os' Mineral PoiW KasUtia. CIM*SV DvsI c.". < : )
If ptT1I14flVt V It''I' r.. nA .AT of th nutrlrt Omrt fcr the X.itsfl < 't- ,
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I ,,..ti..rn.Yettt.M. p., rCOLUM1HJS "io f )Imw all'wItw1lft1da." 1:1..0 t. -' > I o titt'b P>barrel'.*Machinery. Oil.,. prie" 73,cent f -MAILSEMERS CH4NCEBr._ .-;i ,) f / ".1iJt m lSaAP.
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t IREW.I Another,Scientific Wonder 2,1500 gallon OOOM,.73 cent, ia oaths of varioa ., **' ._ _
'i GREAT CURE 'FORDYSFEPSAI. *.! !_ Awn. ii # '(' i' '. t ,, .;.1 /
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t : tM... Three! Dollar per annum, payable 200 boml boiled Point DO,69 eta"per gat = Ellen A Vroekeabrouv/widow'aad H. eased,7lXinr adffli< ofWilliam 4, r 4P.:' -

,rd rinj;Uie Pap"r. ;! DtXXIESlonl. do U'. dodo I \\nrg { !:, ", .. Btebr.Bt ekMbreelitTkosaas !
of rarioa
in cask *>ise I GI A
eripiioot,if not juil.l before the expiration W. -, .*Brk.
Tanners' Oilvarieu and leave Charleston
850 bamls kinds Th CAROLINA every G
I! I i year,arveharpoil Sol.I DR. J. 8. HOUCHTON'SPEPSIN1 ,qualities.from 89.to 60 cents per goL Saturday at 5 P. M. .Returning will'leave PA. nbiMf,Georc his' wife.$.. a &I t&
: in cask of various rites,various at 7 A. M. 10 H.l n : B'n
I tvertUMatats willW inserted at the following 1,600 gallon, LT Monday Pe1 John W. .
for kind and qualities,from 85 to 0eentspetgifloi. Jacksonville 3 B" CJ bt
; line Teat
i tt Unc Dollar i er square (twelve ) ,-The FLORIDA will every children of John W. Bk.D .

;L.1 Int.and Seventy-Five Cents fur every IUMeIt 80 ton tallow grease, for heavy bearing i iud Tuesday at S P. M. RtrlJ C1.ta. Lacy B. Moxwsll, S. .
: erli. liberal Machinery in barrel or laths in 'BlockCrek ne Maxwell, Margaret Chaplin Sims, widowand _
it la ertion. T yearly Ad crs a eoarw Thursday, ; admx. of WiUiam H.Sims Martha
I '*iitflbqjia4e. All transient ,Advertise* [ cask, of any (consistency required.Pric S P. M.; Jacksonville, Fridiy, o'clock, A.M. Mason aad de
'ee.u pet pond. These steamers CDII.d with all the Interior SI. aaot't IRt ch 0
,It it*(ueept brpenonu..inJ a running account 150 ton Ohio Mineral Paint,ia barrel, at Stages E Fria. and connect both ways William .bO name uue'

" : i th. office) .aitijtb. pali}fur JT, .\'ions,to publiion. the lowest market prut.MaAntn with o CU Railroads empnt.
laml1p.
. ChI, warranted not to chill In th. ,and the *.. to the satisfaction of this Court.
, I cold_weather, and considered by those using it 03-Passage from Charleston to Jacksonville, by affidavit mad and tied to this Mate,that ,defendants
t'rai a distance e an jrovern their remit oil. Arthur S. Brockenbroof aad Thomas V .
equal to sperm |8: from Cbarl.t t 1ta|10. > -
, "i; ireSoLdierti.mgby th. follow-in* rates Boiled Paint Oil, equal to Linseed Oil, other For fahr 1',1 t. I H. Broektabrouch.. and John W.lirock.ubrougbinfant -.. .

t. : On* (tw.I..Ii.! .) p.bIbib.l) .ii months than for white.I W. CALDWFLI4 Calna.DELLEClASE" children of John W. Broekeobrouf dteeased ,
iqaore MaM Ma&is'tbi riefaeat heaviest thie
.
. oat constantly receiving large supplies of the ,Manraret.Ckaplla Sims Martha
, ': i. r. -' -91000 THE TRUE above named articles, and my motto Is, ..Small 'Jabn le. Sims, and th*other infant child of William W. ,and most pennsnent lather of any 8.,
; ".0 "."1.for lix months. 13 00 profits and quick returns. R. REID, Sims deceased,reside out of tIM .Stat. of Florid .. fog Soap now ia 1118.LEONABD'S .

1 ; egal aad other Business Cards, per an. 10 00 FLUID B. F. POND, Feb. 10.11Opposition I P1l *, beyond jarisdktton of this Court bat ia
\v 56 Water st., (under the Pearl .& House,) --, ,'--- tile II ailed States, and that defendants LwyKroekeabroagh
.r.f. I :otiee*to debtor and endUon, 7 HOppKearion OIL GASTRIC JUICEDIGESTIVE Jan. 1.1852.. '_ New York. Line George S. Hawkins and Mary
for ldtenohc1"inlJltr\tion. 5 00 -'-- carrying his wife in Westers FLA.VORING'a.
I K.Hawkins reside the Circuit -
: .S\ ; Settee.f Application for diirainal. Adminit- 1-d; ; from KKISKT, or the fourth LIEU1G STOMACH New Grocery and Provision ,Store U. S. Mail In the State of Florida, and that defendant, TRACTS namely, Lemon, Vanilla Ron,
the
of Baron ,
I" or THE OT, after directions THE SUBSCRIBERS having taken the I ,- George'L.-Broekeabrouta. Ellen A. Broekeabrongb Peach Orange, (or CakePQddin, ',
toreou..uneementoend1astesturnfflu- -$1000 the Chemist by J.S.Houghton -
Physiological
great St. .
on Bay formerly occupied by Luey B. Maxwell Elisabeth V. Maxwell Costanu Creams Ices &e.
,
;.., i 5 00 M. I)., Philadelphia, Pa. Atop J: Hours, would invite the attention of pur- BETWKEX V. Maxwell, and Simon Maxwell, reside ia Pies are
.fR ; \:.aaa.vneeaent will b. mad. unless.th tame This is a truly wonderful remedy for tndiealion chasers to their large and general,assortment of Palatka, Fla., and Savannah, Ga., the MIddle Circuit of the State of Florida very choice and exceedingly CODTtD tnt.
i TPpl'psia,Jaundice,Liver Complaint,Constipation Groceries Previsions, tie.&c.-consisting in. part Jt it therefore ordered that slid defendants re Housekeeper. : shOUld never be without
4'"' : or TIE siding the State of Florida, sad out of the them. Those who delight in the jelieioas >
'J1 tJ11; litorUl noti ei -'for f private. Ventlt will be method by atu"1 own agent the Gas- Flour.. Fulton Market Beef. Butter. Via Pieolata. Ba Creet an( Jacksonville, Eastern Circuit, do appear and answer the bit .flavor and exquisite perfume of

4 ; : 'pi double the raU.f advertising.Raligwfu Inc Jniee.fJCJllslf. teasponnful of Pepsin, infused .in Corn. MeN Pork. l ard. Fla.and S ."lla1 ; and Darien of complaint filed in the eanse within two months Fruits and Flowers will find in these
a Pickled Shad. Cheese '
: 1 ,Obituary,and Marriage uotUec,will water, will divert or dissolve Five pound nfroattehtrf .Rice. Mackerel Ga. from and that the the daU defendants of the publication residing beyond of this the order limIts Flavoring Extracts .all that they eta

i i4t. .1 pbJia f fie. m about fro Amirs,out of the stomach. Hams. .
r Choice 1 ft STEAM PACKET of the State of Florida, but in the jurisdictionof desire.LEONARD'S.
, CoBatuaicaUoni malt be post paid. IVix-in is the great element or great Digestive Bacon Sides Jt Shoulders. flUIE the United States, do and the
fJCsggSSB appear answer .
; J.iee Solvent the Captain N. : LEMON SYRUP, being
principle the Gastric -< < af Starch. Wines. WRLAK
p Powder within four months from the date of the
; _,. r. same
ah leaves Palatka
-- KING Monday
mid Stimulating every morning instead of from
Food. the Purifying Preteniag Shot. Candle Liquors. made from FaulT Acid.
publication of this order, or that said bill betaken
IT THE PRESIDENT OF THE the and Intistinw. Jt i is at 8 o'clock.Arrives .
1 Agent of Stomach Lead. Soap- gart confessed against them. as an all the ordinary kinds is not only

fi't I!: UNITED STATES.JC extracted from the Digestive Stomach of the Ox, Paint, Oils, Drugs. to.Jtc.-Which they will leaves Tuesday at Jacksonville morning at same 3 o'clock evening; touching and I And it Is farther ordered ,that publication of far more pleasant bat also more healthfol -
thus DIGESTIVE FLUID
forming An ARTIFICIAL sell low FOR CASH. this order be made in
f some news paper, published and wholesome and makes the oust
precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its been at all the intermediate places as abt'e. ,
stock of havlig purchased
Their goods in J Jacksonville in Daval County aforesaid
oncea
: 9 Millard Fillmore, President chemical power*, ADd furnishing a complete and solely for cash, they flatter themselves that theycan Through Fare from. l'alatka and week for the space of four months. agreeable of summer drinks.

:M1 ; T ike United! States of America, in pur- jxrfirt ssdistitiitcfor it. e\ilj By the of aid of tlii preparation and- sell them on terms which will make it an object Black Through Creek.Fare from Jacksonville- $8 0 THOMAS DOUGLAS,Judge &e. &e. LEONARD'S MUSTARD.-Thc* desirous
Indigestion
the pains and to buyers to purchse of them. 60 STATE FLORIDA
J 1 t..1 utaoe of the provision of the art of Con. Dvfppiniia are removed,just as they would be by I F. WAVER & CO. 03-N. B. The Welaka connect with the County or of Duval. J of using Mustard that is not half

:i l'' ftei*, ntitle'l!! An act in relation to the healthy Stomach. It in doing wonder fo.- Dyspeptic -' Jacksonville,Nov. IS. 1822. tf steamsblpStato of Georgia, for Philadel I, Isidore V.Carnie, lerk of the Circuit Court rice-floor, and wish it perfectly rvac. ,

.at'J; f land 1M in'the .reell"hursr, bite St. I!ility, emaciation ncr- phia. for said County do hereby certify, that the foregoing mould try Leonard's Pure Mustard and
von* decline and dyspeptic Cownraption supposed REMOVAL. AOESTS. order is a true and correct of they will enjoy aa article very different
an
Land or.
copy
: 'f District i ia the State of Louisiana, The Scientific
tt : to he the of the _
on derjre grave. \
I K. U. DUKE Palatka. dernow on file in office. is called Mustard.Bardotte' .
ml from what usually
: and xvthoriring the re..urVt'O of certain evidenced on which it i in based is in tho & BOULTER would inform their WAVER & CO. Jacksonville.S. In Witness, whereof I have hereunto

. !: Unfa naii! di!trict.f approved August 2Mh! highest degree curioun and remarkable. MOODY and the public that they have M. LAFFITEAU Savannah. get my band and affixed the Sea -

tl'i ltt and of the act of Congress author- KCIEXTIFIC EVIDENCE. removed their Stock Goods to the new building Feb.24-tI [L. S.] of said Court, on this eleventh I

i. tz'iRCtthe italpof the Public L'liuU. do hrehydeciawe Baron LIERF.O in his celebrated work% on Animal -I One Door East of the Store of Ambler & day ISIDORE of October,V.A.D., 1852. Tastelcst

, t and make known. that aIe.1t1 United States Mail Line GAKMEp
. :i juiMic Chemistry, fuys : "An Artificial Digestive Hoeg, Clerk Circuit Court, Dnvai County.
win he lirld at thr Lnnd Other at GREENSvwtc Fluid analagon to the Gastric Juice may be where they are now opening a large and elegant Oct. 14-4mA.HERIOAN WORM SUGAR DROPSThey
', in the Slate of I.OI'IMAKA. rommeninjt readily prvpiireil from the mucous membrane of assortment of BETWEEN '
f (lie Stomach of the Ox, in which rations articles Palatka Fla. and Savannah
. Ga.
:; tj < i Monday, the eleventh day! if April of f<..1. OK meat and Egg', will be soft eni.d, NEW GOODS AND FOREIGN
:1 t!' $ next for the wale n' the unn|>|iroiriited| and changed and ,iligettrd jtstt in the tame manner Carefully elected to suit the market. and comprising (INSIDE ALL THE WAY,) AGENCY ,

: ;. vacant tract of Puhlic Land ritnated within at they would be tn the human ttoninrh." Via Picoli-ta. Black Creek,'and Jacksonville CITY OF WASHINGTON,

: t" "'" the Iwiil of the following namrd 'li) -nf.liif.| Dr. COMBK, in his valuable writings on the A COMPLETE STOCK OF- Fla, and St. Mary's, Brunnnek, and '
TTXT EK the direction of AARON IIAIGHT I
1"iS And fractional !/iii to the Physiology of Digestion, observes that a i Fancy and Family Groceries;
: Townships ;icror< ; diminution s.ftho due quantity of Gastric Juice Darien, Ga. QJ PALMER of New York, and WORTHINGTON -
. ? jCj: mppfrwed |plats of re-survey, to \urit: i.< a prominent and all-prevailing eonpe of Dyspepsia I Ii. I ProviKionp, Corn, Hay, and Hour; STEAM GARRETTSON SXETHEN of New

''j''5* Sort8tfA twitr line. and wenf tILe pri n.t and he states that distinguished profeivor Fancy and Staple Dry Goal; _I iT'; .THE ,Capt.PACKET T.E.SHAW 1VM.. Orleans, Attorneys and Oonnsellon of the Supreme

'. i tipnl meridian.j of medicine in London, who was severely. Clothing Boots, and Shoe; Conrt of the United btates.
!-p-| Township two of range one. afflicted with this complaint finding every thing hats and Capso' leaves Palatka every Thursday morning: at 8 This establishment is formed for the following
j ,
; o'clock.
else to fail, bad recourse to the Gastric Juice obtained objects
I lUG? Fractional township three of nn
'tlf"U Fractional townlnp two. of range five. yrovtd romj>tctely rureestfid." Furniture; I leave on Friday morning at 3 o.eok. touching the United States, and conducting professional

.i4 SofIA nft'ie lau line atid eat nftlte prn.(1P'J Dr.) GRUIIM. author of the famous works on Crockery, Glass and Earthenware; at all the intermediate point abn.N. business before Congress.
( tipnl meridian. Vegetable Diet," gays .It it a remarkable Hardware and Cutlery; D The new steamer 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claimsin
fact in physiology, that the stomachs of animals Hollow Ware ( law or equity, against the United States before contain no calomfil i : I'I; Fractional town-lnj I' eiplu of ranjje one. macerated in water impart to the fluid the property ; '. St. John, Congress or the executive Department, or form, or any deleterious ingredient
any
: .-Nl\: TownMiijis one, \&. three and! four, and of Uwolfing various articles of food, and of Wooden Ware; now nearly finished, will be put on the line. against foreign Governments before Boards of whatever/and are at once attractive t>

:.! :.' fractional township eight, of ratige two. effecting a land of artificial digestion of them in Tin Ware; I The Steamer William Gaston e..ncet Commissioners. the to the lasts, ansi rare
pleasant
3 For the settlement of with the eye,
1: Townships our. two. three, four, and sit, no wise different from the natural digestive pro- Cordage; with the New Turk Steamers every Satur accounts Children eat thess
- cess." State, Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office and in their operation.
i .''. and fractional township right, of range Stationery; day.Through Interior Departments and obtaining the remission with and pleasure.
CO-Call on the Agent, and get a descriptive and Medicines Fare from Palatka, Pieolata, and great avidity
1L_- three.p circular gratis giving a large aiqount of scientific Drug ; Black Creek, '- $8 of fine*,jienaltie*, and forfeiture, fur alleged -
1.. ; Township one. two, three, and four, of evidence,similar to the above together with Paints and Oils; Trough Fare from Jacksonville, 6 0 violations of thcr revenue,post office or other I

{if\, range four. reports of remarkable cures, from all parts of the Liquors, &c. &c. I 0 laws. I UTICA, Deo. 2,1852.Gent. .
; .1. United States. AGE1T. 4. For securing letters patent for invention .-The frecment calls and faviw
; Township three four. five. siv.seven. Which they offer Beinff
one. Ixvn. CHEAP FOR r*! eon. < Mates (
A. E. from the United Governments
HERTZ, or rom foreign able "eOi th-u--j'B;;
: W i: and ;it\u\\ fractional to\vnshii| eight AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER. vinccd that the only way f -a-J nbaD1'to- BISBEK & CO.,Palatk. and procuring land warrants and pensions reports
Dr. llougbto. '! Pepsin has produced the most Goods cheap i is to adopt the cash system, they DOT'1'V oaK SUBJUI Daops: reminds me
:!t-t and nine. ol r.u&cC" .live. CLAG11ORN CO., under the various pension laws of the UnU.dStatel.
,:'. ( marvellous effect, curing Diseases of Debility, will hereafter fell for CASH o r.Y. Trusting that Feb..24-tf I Savnub of the promise I recently made to send
.j'ti: ;; Town*!" !I'!* UII two. three four, five, six, CnaciationNervon I; !Decline and Dyspeptic Con- an examination of our merchandise and prices -_ 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, JOG some certificates taken hy us. "Hen-

4:f.t? and seven, (f j.i < ne. t\ -". three, four, five, lix1itJ eases in the limits of this advertisement; but authenticated more for their benefit than our own. we invite T.ADEB. and foreign countries. JOG copies two
and William Stanton's both
certificates have been given of more them to call on us. ,
.and of Mvrn.Towmtliiinxtiir 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in of
MTrn. range any
. than two hundred remarkable caret, in Philadelphia MOODY BOULTER, United States Line. the States or Territories of the UnioL, and loaning honest and reliable men, the latter hating
tuti, three, four, five, and New York and Boston alone. These were Octobca nth. 1852. 8m 11811 moneys on mortgage of real estate lying been known to me nearly twenty years.
: seven, of range eight. nearly all desperate cases, and the cures were not therein. farmer called
and the
To-day
Watches Clocka&c be.C. a got
: : Townships| tne. I wo. three, four, five, six. only rapid apd wonderful, but permanent. Jewelry, I Philadelphia ar Svanfo. Steam Naviga 7. For investment of funds in United States second box the first having been administered -

, and seven of ran!& nine. It i ill a great nervous antidote, and particularlyuseful and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividends with results
farorable
for to Bilious Disorder LiverComplaint D."OAK very soot
tendency ,
: Townships one, two, and three, of new and side- thereon and generally for the transaction
splendid
range
, two three weeks
Fever and treated to
Ague, or badly returned from the N'orth.wo"td -'I TIE of all business pertaining to a law, loan, aDd or since a daughterof
" ten. Fever and Ague, and the evil effects of Quinine HAVING steamship
thirteen
inform the public that he has ."STATE OF banking agency his years old. In this eue.the
: f.1 Township two, three four, six i and Mercury and other Drugs the Digestive i GEORGIA"
nnC" upon brought out a splendid assortment of .' I tons register,Capt. All communications addressed, postpaid to parents did not know that the child
: even, and fractional tu,'nMii|> eight, of gnus eating, after, and a the long too riekness.free nw of Also ardent for spirit excess in It GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, will leave Savannah as follows: Messrs. Palmer fc Snetbea. American and Foreign .I rotded worms bat she immediately rs-
: eleven. Agency. city Wash'ngton, will receiveprompt
range Fine Gold Jewelry of description conrad her health. -
almost reconciles Health with Intemperance. every ; Wednesday),February Wednesday May 4. and faithful attention.
; if Townfthir one, two three, four five Gold and Silver Gourd, Fob, and Vest Chain; March 9. .11111. PALMER fc StfETHEN, Truly and respectfully yours,

; .f six, and ",.n.u.t fractional tuwlI hill nine DR. J. S. HOUCHTON'SIt GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES: I' March 23. Office No.S Carroll Place, Capitol Hill. WILLIAM BRISTOL
\ -of twrhv.Towrnhij' .- SILVER WARE-*uch as Spoons all k.nds. April 6. June15. lawtt.
1y3.
t oJ range
Butter Knives, Jte. Gold and Silver Pencils; April '20. June 29.
1 one. two. an I llirer. Iractionalnown GOLD PENS UTICA, June 101852.

: : (j' *hip l utlr, township five, and fractional Knives,Racers Scissors Shears;, Jte., a splendid This t Ship the safety hut been and built comfort with of the her strictest passengers regard -, Bounty Land and General Agency, I certify that I purchased of Messrs.

.. township nine of ranee thirteen. lot of Ladies' Fans, C.mbs, Brushes, &c.; and accommodations unsurpassed by WM. BKISTOL & Co., day before yetter

: .:i. Fractional !own hi|'n one. three four and PERFUMERY, &c.; steamship on the coast. any Washington, D. C. day, a box of Bordotte's Yerariioge Sugar

.. : sir, township ei:ht. and fractional township CIGAR CASES, PORT JIONAIES. A new steamship now bundlg. in every respect TOSEP1I T. WALKER will give prompt Drops for a child of mine fnor and a half

i ,. stifle, of ran:r .uurt,.". and many other articles, too numerous to men equal to the State ,"w ill take ,p and efficient attention the BOUNTY old whom 1 be bled with
' tion. ft-The public an iavited to call. her place in the line during the month of June LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engagedin years supposed
n.11r. Fractional teven1 eight, and will the FLORIDA in worms. I had tried to get Termifngt
Ocy-Watehes and ewelry repaired at short notice next and with the Stt of Georgia,I WAK or either of the IXDIAN
p. J\ cine, (I' ran"e Jifleen.Fractioual ,and warranted. make a weekly line, leaving ech place on Wed WARS in which the U. States have been engaged, down her several times but eeald not do

:::: township nine, (if range six. Jacksonville,8 .t. 1852' nesday.Cabin or the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to it without holding her nose and she
.: .fJ teen. Passage from Savannah to Pl claim on the U.States for MILITARY SEKVICES, would omit al] again. But after
-New Goods I New Goods !IJ61 np
FXNSIOW, &e. and toaDY
|25 surruKS LOST nonarr ,
t Lands which have been and shall be -- delphi. she the taste of the SUGAR she
: : sePt Wholesale and lletail. 2JUST passage from Sav. to New York description of business requiring an Agent or got DROPS
Uteted and licMj-nated for the Slate, under % For cried for more. Yesterday and todaywe
:a cold bj nearly all the Dealer in fine Drag and RECEIVED direct from New York, a Steerage, Attorney Washington. procuring Land
to",. nbc act entitled An act to aid the State ofLomsiana >oiular medicines throughout the United frtatcg. e Assortment Fashionable Spring C. A. L. LAMAR Agent in Savannah. Warrants, his charge will be $5. la other eases zare her the contents of the box, and

: 'j : :: in diiiinini the \vamp lands |It|ii" prepared in powder and in fluid form, and inpreKriptiim Dress Goods, of French, British, and American HERON MARTIN, the charge will be proportioned to" the nature and today it brought away FOURTEEN

r ,. Mhereiu.v appioved March !d. 1849, ail the jpliiau for the we of physician Manufacture comprising in part- Agent in Philadelphia., difficulty of the ease. LARGE WORMS! some of them foot
Feb. He will abo in connection with
: % act
Private Circalar for the of piiyi French oil col d Ginghams, American do. "f' : Agents or '
use may
j'.f :: --act entitled An act to tnatile the Slate of I long.
who be
be obtained of Dr. Hougbton or nit Agent,'describing French Enclicb, and American Priats, Attorneys Florida, way employed in
( Arkansas' and other Stales lo reclaim the Bounty Land and other claims on terms which MARTIN HUBER,
the whole of preparation and giving Furniture Chintz Fig'd. and Plain Lawn NEW
process YORK
, swamp land* within their liinil.0 approved the authorities upon which the claims of this and Muslins may be agreed upon. Letters (which should! be East of the Big Basin,Brced-st.t U .

pteii4nfr28ih, l8ol: I lMi, all tio.! .p new remedy are bawd As it is Nor A KECRETKEMEOY Do.Jackonots Plain and Fig'd Swig Mal- PACKET post paid) will receive immediate attention.

J I tracts for which tl.e |Italt'III" lu v. Itfrn UNuSed! no objection.can be raised against its linl.Cambriol, LINE. June 5. lawtf. UTICA NOT., 16, 852-
two by physicians in respectable rtnnding and regular and Jaokonets plain and checked,
Messrs. WM. BRISTOL & Co.
, or applied for by.the tiny al'l'oilltt'IJ| | for the Silk Titsu ,
practice. Price ONE DOLLAR PER Fig'd Bcrages, very rich patterns Notice.TO .
., commencement of the Nile, or which shall BOTTLE. THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERSOF Gentlemen,-My little daughter, aged
not bare !11 rrn finally acted "|KIII ((13* that -vBrE THIS.Every bottle of the Jude Black Silk, very cheap, Madelines 7 years had been ailing for three or four
time ruler the |l.rI\'i"iulIJI of the act of 29ih genuine PA'/'S/ATbears the written signature of and Florence Silks, of every color The New and Regular line of Packets between THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE months and fearing that she might be

herein before J. S. HOUGHTON, M. I)., sole 1'roAnetor Crape Shawls, plain and embroidered Nejr York Jacksonville,and Palatka,composed THE REVOLUTION. troubled with about weak I
August 1842. mentioned, lof Philadelphia l'a. Cojty-right and Tradfmarksecured. Paris Kid Gloves,Block and col'd Lace Mils, by the new and fast-sailing Ichonert recent Act of Congress, officers and sol worms, a fcgo
4 etber with land aIIlIs' oi.rlate.t! hy Uw fur I Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves Jeseph Once, Com'r. BY (who have not received) are entitled bought at your store a box of BAR

i i1 the Use of schools military and other purposes COId by all Druggists and Dealers iifMedi- Jenny lAnd l'olka Gaiters, Jersey Oak, 160 tons I. S. ROGERS, Com, to BOUNTY LAND,for service of one monthor DOTTE'S SUGAR DROPS and adm_
will Le txdtuM frean'the .ae. eiue f lironie-tipped Bootees. Opera Gaiter will ply regularly between the ports. more; the widows,and minor children of those tered them all to her in one day. Within

4 1 The offering of the ahove-inentioned lauds EGBKRT FOINSGTT. Single Tie, Buskins, Slippers, &o. Agent in New York, deceased, are also entitled. The Subscriber will twenty-foor hours after,she passed away
Agent Jacksonville, Ha. The most approved styles of Spring Bonnet, JOSEPH GRICE,Water undertake, at a moderate compensation the
I will he cooiiifenced on the lily appointed, Do.Childrenvs Hats, Silk Bonnets, richly Agents in Jacksonville, claims of those interested. Having been employed TWISTT-TWO WORKS some o( them ten
a ad wilt proceed in the order' in \\lnch they J. A. MAYER trimmed and of the latest fashion B1SBEE CANOVA. in public office for several yean, his experiencein er twelve Inches long. We gars

are advertised with all convenient despatch, Wholftnle and Retail Agent Savannah, Ga. I French Flower., rich Bonnet Ribbon Agent in Palatka,I such matters will enable him to afford great ,her no other medicine. Since then' she

: .ntil the w tole! shall have "hens offered, am tcpt252-Iy? IIIIIIB Gentlemen't IVear R. K. DUKE. facilities to claimants for LAND AND PEN- has been different child entirely.Sbebdnotalewelinlghtsbatu4. I

I the sale thus closed but the sale hall not Boots,Gaiters, and Shoes, All goods directed to their care will be promptly SIONS, and save them a great deal of trouble

. tokcpt open longer ;than two week and no IEW G AID O OT ''Ill1! iEE.[ Ready some made very Clothing fine.,a splendid* assortment, forwarded.September. 4th, 1852.. 23-tf and charge expense.is made. Where All letters be obtains post-paid nothing will receive no to err out in her sleep and I was afraid *.

.T private" niry pf any of th. taints will lie ai- Country merchants supplied for cash, on term prompt attention,and the necessary forms and we should not raise her. Now she is entirely -

% : pitied until after the rxpiulnm of the two iii: subscriber at his Store equal to New York prices.. The country public ,RE1V10VAL REMOVAL! instructions sent. well.
now opening ,
C.W. BENNETT .
week are tlilt to call and examine Good*and prices Atfy.Washington Baring previously used rations other
Forsvtb-street, general assortment of
Give under hand. at the of Washington on ( Brick Cash Store. THE undersigned world beg leave to inform D. C. worm medicines my family, I con saftly
tr my city DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, _L. B. AMERMAN citizens of Jacksonville,and eountrv. October,1850. tf recommend BARDOTTC'S DROPS
,this fourth day of JVnveiiilier. AnnoDomini that ho has aa pref >
-
AID BUFFINGTOW removed to one of the new and spa .
thousand hundred HOUSE, cious Stores of Dr. able to all other remedies for the eff.otoal :
one eight and .lif- Uyrne, he
: : : D':7 aa04 aC5li "her hop. to GEORGE H. SMITH & CO. .
JACKSONVILLE. EAST eradication
a FDORIDA. of .
4.. 1/.IWO. n.CEXTI.flEI..F.CTFI' WITH GREAT CAUK mee his friends and patrons as ready to AUCTIONEERING AND comnsslmlMERCHANTS. worms.WILLIAM
very many cheap articles in times the STANTON
,
MIJ.LARDFILLMOKE.! 1* TilE CITY OF MEW YOKE, a past; .
11j Bribe President; lie invites tbj attention of Merchants, Physicians THE PRORITOt of this well koW I sauL store for will Ladies.be spacious All, neat,convenient and plea JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 42 Water Street Utica. -
announce to goods will sold at
and the community to his NtocV with the pleased h. b seduced
JOHN WILSON.Committioner patrons and those visiting the prices nearly at cost, in to clear off -- ._
"Sunny
assurance that the articles will be found to be Suth"Cvr I SUBSCRIBERS have entered into ,.l'.C,.
of ihe GtfIerullA"d ( f ice.v fresh of prime quality, and at as low prices as health or pleasure that The the winter stock consists stock to of make.Prints ready for the Spring. THE for the pnepose of carrying co on Always ready for use

,- key can be bought in any market of the South His House has undergone a thorough reno- de Lames, all wool, Plain and, Ginghams fig.,which, Figured will be the above"business, and are prepared to;make y
TO country. sales either oa consignment or at auction (one of
; NOTICE PBE-EMPTIOX CLAIMANTS vation, sold very ; Alpacas 'Mohair

Every persnn entitled lu the ngnt ol preemption Chewing Tobacco-HE&OFFEHS Cigar, OM Liquor and has been well fitted up to salt the most fasti Chameleon : Bombaznes., MerinoC fr 1g. ,and Plain, the well firm aconanted being an auctioneer.with the merchant! ,Both of and the firm clti- \
Id d.t tracts of Und he dious most of his ItooauFURMS11ED Italian Silks, wide Black do .all Wool an
. ;. any t' to and Wine, Stationery, Fine Cutlery, having flannels ions of the interior which gives them the advantage ,
nflered for sale within the t\\"u"hillfl| anti Jewelry, fce., Ac WITH NEW FURNITURE Cloths Sheetings, Shirtings Table Linens Damask of making ready sales of any goode or merchandise --
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About
? fractional town4iio a aboA-.e cnuinerated is The LADIES will find, he thinks, many articles ENTIR. Bonnets of the latest twenty fall very fine silk and satin which may be sent to them on consign
The Proprietor the fashions will be
services of sold
at
adapted to their wants and tastes all of which he
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ij; required to rsuUihb the ume to the mti'*. a lady of long cost j this will be a rare chance for those who ment. -
standing and visa
will be glad to exhibit and sell for CASH. reputation a will their attention to -
They give making
faction of the Ureter and Krceiver of the lioufe-Keeper. He to supply themselves with Hats good ,
a
jane 24 JOHN JL PAYNE. wi no pain to make ; very large assortment and immediate sales. They would
proper LunJ Ul&ce, aUII.makinir pnmen this House one of pr.Forida. and hopes of Plain, Fig. and Embroidered Cash licit from merchants re respectfully of .
patronage and tradesmen '
by keeping house mere Shawls, Silk Mantillas, at
a good and
low
e therefor 411 *M* a* pradiwHe tiller 'teeingtkh WINDOW GLASS If PUTTY. attention to business to, merit personal prices,Laces and Embroideries exceedingly a rich other eitiw,who wish to sell goads in oar market. '
and receive the very assortment
; ,no/we,*i J bcffielhedar appointed Jor 40 Boxes Window Glass,assorted sizes; patronage of the publie.He P"rU Kid Gloves, Silk do., Long and ,Any business ia their line will be promptly attended -

p ; the commencement If the jullilic ale of the 400 lbs best Bladder Putty. respectfully solicit a call from his friends" Short Silk Lace Mitt Bonnet Ribbnl. Neck to. GEORGE

lands embraciujc the tract claimed, otherwise For sale low for cash. and Traveller generally. and Belt do., Embroier JOHN W.II. SMITH.

0 I auch claim wiU he forfeited. JNO. M. PAYNE A Urge and extensive Livery 'Stable ,I*-attached and Silk f! Pin,from 12-cents to II M, Bk -. JtE'.ulcu.-A M. .Fernando: PRICE., Dishes :
A.g. 19-tf Druggist. to the House. at|! 00, and Ia fact article of
It Co. A Boulter Jt fl"
JOHN WILSON Samuel
: The Western fashionable dress be CO.i Willanw i Alsop I& ?
." Stage leave the House soon after goods, can had at New York '
an.aiuiMU'..{tAt'General Lnnd Office the arrival of the boat. ., prices. Gentlemen are solicited call and ex Jt flours Jacksonville.Boston' & Ganby J A La- .
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JOHN A. MAYER DRUGGIST roche, r l\t Moore &O. Seaborn GoodalL Sa
the large stock of !
oY2 I4t SAMUEL. BUFFINGTON. al.ln Ready Clothingalw -- -
Mae ; "
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vannah. -
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?_ :3i.nJ5,1S2. tf.Ffikin
K.. lU Brougkton,street"Sarannah; Ga I' Crth.Cassimerei-Vesting Cra. :, '
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$ csl.ssI v..rl, .tate uC .rJd..aU.. PltOfRICTOft. rats DwOr -
i ..ct.Is,..c"7,F.1I.Term. OFFERS for sale every article hi. September 23,1852. .. (News copy 6m) : of npr Collars,and* -
Tea -
,I13.. : II' line of business, besides' -- ''- wa Ut Shoes Bootees,Gal- Company:Warehouses, --' .4 5.
.I .cdarint Spirit Gas Gas CIreaItC.urtEastern Clrcmlt Florida lets Slippers, Tics; Io. public are respect T.and "T Pdton at..lIew Y.rk.>"

Wt1ehl't. Uill in cuMeerr fur divoree.J. '. 'Seedl.Londreth'*: '- Lawl"tCampq.ne :OjaTal Ccwntyi fully for solicited t tlve.to call at Byrne's exmIne New goods Block,and prices 4. .THE 'PEKIN TEA COMPANY ,boa Leonard's. .Yea3tPowder., : .

." Scran, 4ie&ct, a James McDonaldH': dr. corer .) and NeWn Streets. lea. ") t- ,been established many year, and ha This: bltU "- ,
tv the satb.fetl.n of the.Court : Powder admirable
appearitir' 4 Yl: 1 s'bIh j an IU
.r : 1'1. : J1 maintained reputation
by, afldairTtnad.and 11&HI.a hIts cause,that N. B. At wholesale ietall.- Joseph S. Baker, Jo.eph'csYIi. : ael: /ubt MERAN... for Tea of the most 4 c'ollScbaraC'er for 'Yz.IT,**in* making Bread. pit..au; ;
i I&.M abovnaenU swd Jubn) WtIWa revides out of Spirit manufactured, and 'always fresh, ; .
:. Rogerssnd'otb.rs. / "y and fragrancy and at price whisK hare la kinds of Batter,Cakes and has th.sdnntage -
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l IDdtorl: low be' every ,
lUlls Clremlt bit in the r wit
4. (a lbs WesteraClreulti It f. ordered that be 1 Northern market, for cash or approved credit. I T having been made to, appear by affidavit(hat CLINCH' HOUSE.i instance,given cLion., .Th Tea are warranted orerYeast;.in'making the batter
Joseph:Baker and Joseph two pure and may be returned it they do not ,th
aa4 answer said bill.. the nnt Moudayf I I.f 'D.1tol8f perfectly light and ready for,.baking r
. Appear Awil Mtti UterwUe the complainant's bill I .S HAMPAGNE-Of tho Mart Brand.!just re-. of the Dfendantl this cause,rllde beyond the i gr' THE SUBSCRIBER,! old prove tn this be as they are represented. The Tea instant it,V; ; mixed. _'.,Bachh and, ..
by
./ 'eel ved I limit but lathe United Company are done in 1-4 Ib,, W :
and for sole np
him. Aud that I by : tta ll'in, )ia-ing recently g -, .
opened
,, will 6.ttte pro eoiifeuo&plnsl x nov! : io'. WAVJa& .O.\ 'On motion' .: Dortnan, & > Ib., and I Jb. package making it convenient other Cakes whea,made.with-this For', .
above
hi jMI\Ii.W In M MO pub.t1aUclfa 81cit cm. I2JJHL-the House, o
Oil order uowspaper "woltd respeouuily for country merchant to hare a'great variety likely "wilh'
the fiUU fur l two nonths. before': thecaid HOUBE FOR SALE. In'lnlro'o 'I, ptnant.1..ord.r newspaper"tat published given in this by are: at-this. licit time th'some patronage five to sI of.the puld.'Ther with a'.small outlay of capital, ;.Hotel keeper 'dll.antl.stcmae1tha&thcee'insd oIdi., NriUi YeastL

I .. M..4ymtApril ISc) JO8: B. L.L- CJ.STJm. & -&I :7 :: ,liM.FOLSCfM.Notice .< Cirui requiring the sold Joseph 8.Bkl. and several of the same with flre 11 unold uniform nay always be eerUia of having on their table a lull, as'!ft requires;bnt ar few minutes"t*:_
plal. character
1 .- Joseph u. llorers. to_ Tint which T***, of which
Sedge Houthern Uireuit. State of Florida: I U.* said lt with par alwor {.within one hundred and fifty jrardi of the Post there I* a large:.variety- an done up fa.three prepare ftbr l 'of etethafuig
complainant
..tli. nword. AUwttt I mOthr ieee and wbaIe*. 'Tfce I them arotded.
Atnweerfr otherwise said till ,shall be taken Jnngo Agent wrapper The inside Is of lead. the second ,wo- iota u eh&rely ?-
I I'U. JJac&wu& Clork M. C. C. 'I SIX WEEKS from'date,.1 will.apply to' the against tbtn j'and that order pro, qn1l for Hack tren.? &oU.four horse hona ter proof,peper,and the.outside! Chinese,rice pa- S

! _JaalS-lm > -:_ Judge of Probate for Columbia county,for aforesaid a" tbl b'pl1.he Unel bothle.vlnsfor Oa atl-k. Yoziu.z'ir ,

d WriJaU, letters of Administration on ths Estate of. Flora .month ul"1. ,, ly.hut Jacksonville particular ) omo. For sale"at'the New York prie *>for!eoia, ,by 'i."BLOODGOOD. & BOUSED'Bayrtreet.Jaeksontnic,
!IANDtMMINl4: w.n.'onod PIANO;'.pi Kow*l, deceased, W.'A. POILWARD. Judie, *,) lpuhUc and .... -ChI Aleat,,-I. : JOHN MAYER' f t .
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A MLssanJhse.trtul. AI'? at ,W. (.HI1 hs.< ". AOt. ,W'WA1IJt..EpW. ., Jackl9nvll9,12tb. _, n Febr'1853. ,lila." .- Falatka,,'January. ,, -AMESD.ASKEW.,: t. 1'eb.'t' : ISIBnmjhton it.,,..Y&nDah.;;-. ,Cta." .,all of Ui. above valuable. .'

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