The Florida Republican
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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 17, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00175
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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USITED STATES MAILS. 14. The route, the serVice, the yearly pay, the for freedom will hits -' I A ---"
name and residence of the bidder, and those of potent appeal 'town unne iSa'y They,also l iutirtf the importance of; all the mtmbejs' of our Union has had hoes Ik Ckrittia 7- ':1;
carrying the Mails of the each of a firm, where a oners, history, its trials, and its triumphs. Preeminently ) might well N $ .'' To' Be'aNobadrbiztAprjjter' :J:
PROPOSALS July) 1,I83, to June 30,3853, letbt D distnctYltated; also compny of conveyance thepower' of our advocacy reposes necessity oft the military science and 'practical my.heartfelt society "rrrfatio every theory :
the following roctcs in the State of Florida, than horseback in in our but no example;be it furnished in ( whether the orT- -
on i b example; fkll pnch an eminent degree spring of' feverish ambition, BT C. H. C.WILI.tSQDAL "
Contract Office
will be received at the of the tended. or of mmVdenthusiasm .
Ios remembered, can be powerful for lartiig by the institution which .
Office Department, in the city of Washington, 15. The bid should be sent under seal, addressed ha'made the bonds "
iintil9 A. M. of the 4th April, 1853; to be decided to the Second Assistant Postmaster go whatever apparent advantages may your army what His i under the discipline of law and talcnlate t disle unite I shalltmIterpIe I 'Oh he's nobody but"printer,"exdaim;
1853. Genera which is not based eternal and instruction of aIetion.bieh us. Miss Ellen Duree. -
en the 25th of April, I be.Mai Proposals in the ofcers'not more distinguished R' i a
supl I guarantied, and the sufficiency principles of right and justice. Our fathers for their tinment8; gallantry, believe that te-r' resistance. I girl, to one of her female friends, who waa1
of gurarantors certified, (s forms.) and decided for themselves, both upon the hourto and devotion to the service, than for in involuntary 'lerYitule, as it speaking in terms"of praise and cotmnenda
FLOIUDA should be dispatched in time t received by or declare and the hour to strike. Unobtrusive pbli UItt different States of this Confederacy, tior. of Mr. Barton Williams
From July t, 1853, fft June 30, 1855. before 9 A. M., of the 5th 1853. They hearing high moral tone. ir recognised by the Constitution. I believe a 'foani'aD'ver 1
f 16. The Apri were their own judges of the circumstances The army, M organized, nun be the nucleus }' intelligent
New Hirer to Middleburg, in contracts are to b and returned that it stands like other admitted prife.
F.om any right, "
1538 being an extention of the to the Department by before the 1st of under which it bean. them to pledge to arottitd which, in every tune of nfl, the and that the Stairs where it exists' "\Vell, MIM ,"TOO Jemtspek"u."
county are entitled -
miles July, 1853. each other "their ) *, their fortune, and strength of though a printer was not Io
from Alligator, and back, once a your rmltarj the ute I
3 power to efficient remedies enforce fntile
week 17. Under the act of March 3d, 1845, the ttw>ir sacred honor," for the acquisition of! bulwark of Your defence-a national militia ; to theronztitirionlllrisiols. : tabilty. I hope re.p 1r
\ be let the lowest I hold that 1Ol'l uptan
to to bidders the
Leave New River every Wednesday a 7 ruts are guaranties, without reference tendering t the the priceless, inheritance tranlmiuet to us. i -may be readily formed into a well-discip- laws of 1850, commonly called the "Com- I I; replied Mils Mary 'rn. t-" : ,

Arrive am at Middlcburg same day by 7 p m; mode of transportation that may be necessary, The energy with which great confic: lined and efficient O niztiOR.' And the l.rOni".m.'asnrrl"are strictly constitutional, uWel!, I hope yon'll 'excuse me. .1 dOe, r
Lure Middleborg Thursday at 7Amye for the due celerity certainty,and security of such was openedand under tbe guidance skill 1 and self demotion 'of-the-navy assnie ''and to" unhesitalin'Iy'carried! into effect. not_ think jt _rrtr". young'man'w "; _

am; e\1 trntporton.Vhen the lowest bid proposes a manifest and beneficent Providence, the you that you mny take the performaitce of I r><*l>eve that the constituted authorities of has td'inbor for a living, to try t'moT in
to the cele-
I at New River same day by 7 p m conveyance due uncomplaining endurance with which it the past as pledge for the future, and this the society of those who are his',superiors. '
of the mails it
rity, crtaity, and security will I may Republic: are bound to regard the
\ 3559 From Ioma by Pond Crystal, in liver adWekuva not accepted. was prosecuted to its consummation, were confidently expect that the flag, which has of the South in this respect as they would right And moreover, he might win the affection* '

CO miles and back, once a week.} 18. When the bid docs not specify a mode of only surpassed by the wisdom and patriotic untarnished folds over every sea, view any other legal and constitutional of a girl superior to him in worth and rank;' > 7f

Leave lloniassecsa ever conveyance, also when it proposes to carry according spirit of concession which characterized all will still float in iimlimiiif;,)h<>d honor. But rif ht. ami that the laws to enforce them and then do run think her parents would b
Arrive at Long to the advertisement, but without such specification the counsel of the early fathers. these, like niany other subjectsviil; be should he and pleased I know I world rather live I an J
it will be considered as proposal for appropriately respected obeyed, not with a
Leave. Lone HomassaKa'IVnd every '' horseback service. 0 One of the most impressive evidences of brought, at a fuiure time, to the reluctance encouraged by abstract maid al my days than marry a p

Arrived Bidders at plate distance and intermediate 19. A modification of a bid, in any of its essential that wisdom is to be found in the fact, that attention of the co-ordinate branches of the as to their propriety} in a different opinions state of ter-a man who lias to toil day \rmH

wi, and.also ajcbedule. terms, is tantamount to 0 a new bid, and the actual working* of our system has dispelled Government, to which "i shal always look society, hut cheerfully, and according to the and then Oh! to think nf being rai kea
3560: From Fanning, by Cook's Hammock, Warrior cannot be received so a to interfere with regular degree of solicitude, which, at the with profound respect, with trustful decisions of the tribunal to which their among the poor!" whined out Miss Dupree
after the last.hour set for
competition, ;
receiving .i
Fenhalloway, Econfence, and Rocky outset, disturbed bold hearts and far re- confidence that they will accord'to the Then you think that they are beneath ;
f bids. m exposition belongs. Such have been, and t
Ford, to Marion, in Jefferson county,SW .
miles and bock, once a week. 20. Postmasters are to be careful not to certify searching intellects. The apprehension of aid and support which I shall so much teed, are, my convictions, and upon them I shall you.. ,',
Leave Fanning every Wednesday a 1 p m; the sufficiency of guarantr or sureties without dangers from extended territory, multiplied and which their experience and'wisdom will act. I I. fervently Lope that the question is 'Yei ma'am, of course." .:

Arrive at Manon next day by 6 p m. knowing that they Ire persons of sufficient responsibility States, accumulate wealth, and augmented readily suggest. at rest, and that no sectional or Both in worth and intellect too, I sup ," v
and all bidders, and sureties
Leave. Marion every Monday at I a m; ; guarantors to te untounded. In the administration of domestic affairs, fanatical pose; do you not!" '-
: Arrive at Fanning next day by m. are distinctly notified that on a failure to enter intoor ir excitement may again threatenthe "Yes, !"
; 1 perform the contracts for the service proposedfor The stars upon your banner have become you expect a devoted iill.grity in the puilic durability of our institutions, or obscure everything >
I. FORM FOR A BID in the accepted bids, thei legal liabilates will nearly three-fold their original number, service, and an observance of rigid economy the light of our prosperity.But "Are you superior to a Frnkln to a

be enforced against your densely populated skirt in all depaitments, s<>markedas never jurfiy the Blackstone, to a Campbl, many other I:
possessions not foundation of
I When change from Advertisement is con'templaleJ 21. Contractors are required to take the mails le our hopes eminent men Or do UI
n by the from, and deliver them into, the offices at the ends the shores of the two great oceans, and yet to be questioned. If this reasonable expectation rest upon man's wisdom. I will not besufficient believe printer1 ,1
bide. of routes and all intermediat offices; and on this vast increase of people and territory be not realized! frankly confess tltit that sectional find no you your intellectual powers soar--
I (or we, &the case may ) there write the steamboat and intermediateoffices has not only shown itself compatibly with one of your leading hopes is doomed to db- place in the public deliberations.prejudices It will above those of a Greely or a Wils,and '

nine or]hereby names propose in full to] carry of[her the state mai the on ronte resi- I, station.not more than eighty rods from the landing the harmonious action of the States and the appointment, and that my efforts, in a very not be sufficient that the rash counsels of many other?" distinguished printers preaentday .,

cenc from to as the Pos or 22. Present contractors and known at Federal Government in their respective con important particular, must result in a hi- human passion are rejected. It must be "0
ro. General's advertisement for proposals on the Department, must equally persons with others, pro- stitutional spheres, but has afforded an additional miliating failure. Offices'can be properly felt that there is no national security bnt in now, and then you may come ar:.
the win', dated February schedules 2, 1853, requires, in cure guarantors and cretincates of their efficiency guarantee of the strength and integrity regarded only in the light' of aids for th the nation's humbled, ed dependence one that is respectable; but they are IfeW i
iu be contained in such acknowledged and far between.'
elated And Mr.
the time: substantially in the forms above ibed. The of these and a te- ,
preset of both. objects
adTertucmcnt. and by the following mode ofconYfjanc certificates of sufficiency mnst be signed by a accomplishment ; O.. upon God and His overruling I do pot consider him a Franklin ova Black
*,to wit: [Here state how it is to be con- postmaster, or ajudge or clerk of a court oi re With an experience thus suggestive and occupancy can confer no prerogative, nor I Providence.We stone, or one else much."
for the annual sum ofhcre write out the cheering, the oi A.'ministration importunate desire for preferment : any
fet cord. : D. IIUBI3AUD, policy my any claim have been carried in safety through a "Nor do 1 consider him Franklin
at full length.] Postmaster will not be controlled timid forebodings the public interest imperatively a or aBackstoije
by crisis.
word General any perilous counsels, like those !
) t [Siged.] POS OFFICE DErAETiiENT, ,18. of evil from expansion. Indeed, it is that they be considered with sole reference which gave us the Constitution, prevailedto either; but I do think bim a very

Form of a Guaranty. 24-4. not to be disguised that our attitude as a to the duties to be performed. Good citizens uphold it. Let the period be remembered intelligent of young man, and "..'
worthy attention and
The undersigned undertake, tint if the forgo The -- : -of- President Fierce, nation, and our position on the globe, render may well proclaim the protection of good as an admonition, arid not as an encouragement I expect to any treat young him as such." :"
lug bid for carrying the mail on route No. Inauguration the acquisition of certain possessions laws and the benign influence of good in section of the Union make .
4, 1833. government any to "WolI'T. fnnaiAar him fianaalk'
.., amort. tn. .. .
U accented by the Poi-tmastcr General, the bid- lIardl not within our jurisdiction, eminently important ; but-a claim for office is what the e where are fraught "--.v- .w.. .. ." ; l
experiments experiments! notice.
of next,enter
dcrebau, to the IA day July my ,
into the required prior obligation to perform the service The oath of office having been administered for our protection, if not, in the people of a republic fhoul never recognise.No with such fearful hazard. Let it be impressed 'No\v.Miss Dupree, I think you ought to'
with good and sufficient sureties. future essential for the preservation of the reasonable man ofany party will hearts that beautiful '
jirojioscj by tbe Chief Justice of the Supreme expect upon al a reflect upon what you are saving, and have'
Dated [feigned by two guarantors.] rights ol commerce and the peace of the the administration to be 8 regardless. its our fabric is, no earthly power or wisdom regard to You
with his some feelings. know not
Court, President PIERCE remaining woild. Should be obtained it will be responsibility and of the obvious elements could my .
Form (f Certificate. they ) ever reunite its broken fabrics. what ou'may come to, before die:: J
The (postmaster, or clerk head uncovered, deliberately divested him- through no grasping spirit, but with a view of success, to retain persons, known to Standing a I.do almost within view of the "Well don't think I shall you ever come to"'''

f a court undersigned of record, I the case judg) certifies self of his overcoat, and without the slightest I. to obvious national interest and security, be under the influence of political hostilityand green slopes of Monticello, and, aft it were, be the wife of a printer, or anybody who F

(that he is veil acquainted d with the above guarantors embarrassment advanced to the front of the and in a mannerentirely consistent with the partisan prejudice, in psitionsbich within reach_ of the tomb of Washington, has to labor; nor do I intend to countenance': J
and their property and that they are men trictest observance of.national faith. We will require, not only with all the cherished memories of the past such either."
of and able to make good their gun ran- extended portico, where from memory, ina cordial .
property [Signed.] have nothing in our history or position: to co-operation. Having no implied gathering around me, like s many eloquent Miss Crossman remained silent for sometime
ty.Dated distinct voice, with an eloquence of delivery invite aggression, we have every)' thug to engagements to ratify, no rewards to bestow, voices of exhortation from Heaven, I can wbije her face reddened with

] and gracefulness of action, deliveredthe beckon us to the cultivation of rclatioos of no resentment to remember, and no personal express no better hope for my'country than lion. Mr.] Williams was her indign, ad' #
peace and amit with all nations. Purposes, wishes to consult, in selections for that the kind Providence which smiled upon be
JXSTKrCTIONS, foUDving Inauguaral Address : therefore, at once just and pacific will be official station, i shall fulfil this difficult and our fathers may enable their children to of very ordinary looking size, fair man complexion wa., H.'w'jr,.,n. 1 1l

; Embariag conditions to be incorporated in My CountrellI is a relief to fee'lthat significantly marked in the conduct of our delicate trust, admitting no' motive as worthy preserve the blessings they have inherited. beautiful whisker of jet black, dark high <

" tin ("tmcts to the extent the Department no can know the foreign aflairs. I intend that my Adminis- either of my ,character, pi position, which and prominent forehead-lively and intefii-. '

may 4Ieen picr. [ personal regret and bitter sorrow over traton; shall leave no blot upon our fair does not contemplate an efficient dischargeof I in conversation and fluent l
1. even impute arc allowed to each intermediate I have been borne to : and trust I give the as duty and the best interests oi my Variety. i gent a able"*
position. '
oftW.when otherwim for assorting \hic a record may safely country. I tn his address, __ : t
the mail :tl't but on rilrall Pcle for others, rather than desirablefor that no act within the legitimatescope I a acknowledge obligations to the'masses The best way to -keep cool is not to get I A gentle! beard at the door I
I of and to them alone. rap was .
] there ito be no more delay than is suffi- myself. of my constitutional control wi be my countrymen, warm. ,
(tutl.Kiit l furl vXL-hai,;u uf the inril bugs. The circumstances under which I have toleiated, on the Iart, of any portion our Higher objects than personal a raldlze.1 and the servant immediately'announced Mr. ,
When does a judge contem plate employing Williams. He entered the and Miss
ad- parlor,
Ou the mode of )
2. routw were ment direction and
couveyancc for Citizens which gave energy '
been called limited j
cannot challenge a
a period, to presideover ready '
r-it5 of it. the Kj4fial agents ot the Department } exertions in the late and shall rogues?! Wnen he takes them on trial. Crossmaa rose and introduced themSMiss'Dopree -
canvass, j.i j.
anoint oCicc Malikmail bags, locks and keys, the destinies of the Republic, fill me justification before the tribunal'of the they Mr. Williams." :
not be Which travels at the greatest speed, beat
disappointed. Tkey at
ao to 1, 'our".1 without extra charge. with a profound sense responsibility civilized world An administration would require my "
3. No(i'iy; will be made far trips not performed; but with nothing like shrinking apprehension. be unworthy of confidence at home, or re- hands d iligence,*integrity, and capacity, or cold Heat ; because you can easily Miss Dupree afectel to b polte returned J"Good'evening

si'd f..r taeh of i-uch omissions not satisfactorily 1 repair to the post assigned me, not sl'ectabroad, should it cease to be influenced wherever there are duties to be performed. catch cold. a :Might bo,, cody sd- .

nrlLlol! three For airivaL tiuK-ii tbe so pay far(behind lithe trip time may as b as to one sought, but in obedience to the by the conviction, that no apparent advan- Without these qualities in their public ser It seems as if half the world were purblind Mr. Willia.ns and sir. Miss Grossman eon r

cr.uce. with dejiending mails, and not unsolicited expression of your will, an- rage can be purchased at a price so dear as vants more stringent laws, for the preven- ; they can see nothing unless it glit versed '
literary subjects
.ufdenll' eicaed, one fourth of the compensa sweiable only for a fearless, faithful, and that of national wrong or dishonor. It is or punishment of fraud, negligence and ters. frrel-mosty upon i
Jil-m trip is orden-d subject t iurfeiture of Deduction diligent exercise of my best powers. I not your privilege, as a nation, to speak ofa peculation, will he vain. With them, they Cockney Epitaph for a Cook.-"Peace to of upon', they were entertained posted each other and,
a grade '1 1h
luay li prorm- to be, and for the distant The striking of will be unnecessary. courle. l
Lure intcrinr to that qicciuud in the ought am, tiuly grateful past. incident his hashes. pleasantly, while Miss Dnpree sat a* ,
repeated delinquencies of the kind herein spcie rate manifestation of the nation's confidences your history, replete with ; But these are not the points to which you A daguerreotypist took the portrait of a though sIne was in despair-now and then .

ned, enlurged llua proportioned to ; but this, so far from lightening my furnishing abundant grounds for hopeful look for vigilant waichfilness. The dangers in such admirable manner. that her lazy of assent or dissent to :
lady an giving a
tore tUruof,aud tbe importance of the mail,maybe of. a concentration of all in the no
made. obligations, only adds to their weight. confidence, are comprised a period comparatively power hushand preferred it to the original. and everything said to her.-Mr. :
off the You have summoned me in my weakness, But if your past is limited, General Government of a Confederacy so any and Miss Wi. '.
4. For tearing behind, or throwing brie. Gen. Lane said one day, at w.is one. Dupree t ;
mails,or any portion of them, for the admissionof you mu'st sustain me by your strength. your future boundless. Its obligations vast as ours, are too obvious to be disre- Indianapolis Miss Crossman, and said- ..
passengers, or for being concerned in sting When looking for the fulfilment of reasonable throng the unexplored pathway of advancement garded. You have a rigtt, therefoie, to exp in his speech after" dinner, that was "too "Mary] ;, .I am really astonished at you.- '

uy or running an express conveying commercia rrqlirments you will not be unmindful and will be limitless as duration. <-ct your agents, in tvery del'arlment to fall for uteranu. Yon in love with .
intelligence ahead of the mail, a quarter's pay the limits A German chemist: has discovered that are ..certainly tatfto.
great changes which have Hence, a sound and comprehensive policy regaid strictly upon Well, do like !
may 5. \4eductd. unless the delinquency occuired, even within the last quarter of a should embrace not less the distant future them by the Constitution of the Un.ted there is sugar in tears. We have sometimes Til you never may condescend a yon to aur '. ,:
imps certificates tates. The scheme of our const.tutional heard that it is "sweet to shed them." you keep company '!
kprompt/y and explained by century, and the consequent augmentationand than the urgent present. great with a mumbled Miss Dupree. .it .s.s"I
i ot'postmagtirs, or the affidavits arrive of in other complexity of duties imposed, in the The great objects of our pursuit, as a liberty rests upon a proper distribution Home Tooke, being asked by George III Miss printer.Dupree took her leave and MissCrossmah :
to con.trt
erdilbe ;persons f r neglecting, for failing to take the mail from, administration both of your home and people, are best to be attained by peace, and of power between the State and Federal whether he played at crds. replied, "I cannot was left to think 'lore ,and > I

or deliver it int a post office ; for suffering it foreign aSaire. are entirely consistent with the tranquility authorities ; and experience has shown your majestytel a king from a knave.11 matrouiony,' and her future bliss.

(ovine either unsuitableness of tbe place or Whether the. elements_ __ of_. inherent___ __ p.force__ and interests of the rest of mankind. With that the harmony awl happiness of our people The word daisy is a thousand times .
dinner carrying it,) to be injured, destroyed, in the Republic have kept p ace with its the neighboring nations upon our continent, must depend upon a just discriminationbetween with adverting to the beautyof pronounced THE SEQUE: '
after demand,
rolled, or lost; and tor refusing the and ,
unparalleled in territory, we shoulJ cultivate kindly and fraternal separate rights responsibilities A soil hi :
progression man
to convey the mail as frequently as the contractorruns ponu- its etymology, "the eye of day. Ten years were past. *
or is concerned iu running, a coach, car, or 'ation, and wealth, has been the subject of relations. We can desire nothing in regardto of the States, and your common How melancholy the moon must feel wife were seated before blazing fr"Tbe' ,
steamboat')D a route. :-arnest thought and discussion, on both them so much as to see them consolidatetheir rights and obligations under'the General evening was extremely cold, wind '.' a
6.; The Postmaster flcncral may annul the con sides of the ocean. Less than sixtyfouryears strength and pursue the paths of prosperity Government. And here, in my opinion when it ba enjoyed the fnlnes prosperity blew fierce and keen. Yes, and the edit; :'

tat for repeated failures the to Post run Office agreeably Laws or to ago, the Father of his Country made'ibe" and happiness. If, in the course of are the considerations which should form ,and got reduced to its Ia quarter.A of the Tribune was houseith bit wife-
ontract fur disobeying observed -
; I then''recent accession of the their should channelsof the true basis of future concord in regard to preacher who had been a printer ,
the instructions nf the Department ; for refusing important growth, we open new in their stately farished j : '
t discharge a carrier when required by the Department Slate of North Carolina to the Constitu. trade, and create additional facilities for the questions which have most seriously in one of his sermonsthat youth finest st)Ie, and lighted' brilliantlywith cOst't

t do 8; for assigning the contract tion of the United States;" one of the subjects friendly i intercourse, the benefits realized disturbed public tranquility. If the Federal n,ight be compared to a comma, manhood to chandalirrs. They were the happy parent

without assent of the Postmaster General ; of his special congratulation. At that will be equal ad mutual. Of the complicated Government will confine itself to the exercise a semicolon ; old age to a colon to which of four intelligent and interesting .

\ for running an express or as aforesaid, containing; or for maila-transporting however, when the agitation con European systems of national polity of powers clearly granted by the Constitution death puts a period." It was about an hour after sundown .
passengers moment ant
': lle matter out of the mail. sequent upon the revolutionary struggle had we have heretofore been independent. it can hardly happen that its action Nobody like to be nobody: but everybody the bell had rang for tea. A rap was. "

i 7. The Postmaster General may order an increase hardly subsided, when we were just emerg- From their wars, their tumults and anxieties, upon any question lhoul endanger! the institutions is pleased to think himself somebody.And at the street door, and upon opening it, thr I '

of service on a rut by allowing therefor He ing from the weakness and embarrassments we have been, happily, almost entirely of the or interfere with everybody is somebo.ly; but, when stood a woman, pale and dejected, and apparently .

. a also pro o rt_increase n increase on speed, be allowing pay. ,within may of the Confederation, there was an evident. exempt. Whilst these are confined to the their right to manage malers"strlctly domesticaccordlg anybody thinks himself to be somebody, he not far from the grave. She bad f. ;

\ th restrictions of the law a pro rata increase consciousness of vigor, equal to the great : nations which gave them existence, and to the will! their own people.In generally thinks everybody. else to be 10 with her three ragged children shivering 'r::" j

cf pay for the additional stock or carriers, if any. mission 8 wisely and bravely fulfilled by within their legitimate jurisdiction they can expressing briefly my Views upon an bod j." I with cold.-The gentlemin ad his' lady ". ; 1

Th. contractor may. however, in the case of in our fatbers. It was not a presumptuous not affect us, except as they appeal to our important subject, which has recently agitated "Please, sir," said a )little boy to a milk kindly asked them in to the fire. !t "r

crease of_nrttiff_speed! to_, relinquish the__ IJenartment the contract that he by urefersthe'order giving assurance, but a calm faith, springing from sympathies in the cause of human freedom the nation to almost a fearful degree, Iam vender. ,n_ -mamma says she don't like to buy "Sir," said the poor woman, "wi you'b' h ,.; I 1

"rmnt doing so to nn carrying- into efet The a clear view of the sources of I power, in a and universal advancement. But the vast moved by no other impulse than a most milk! of; YOl.! "Why not! Don't I give pleased to give me a little money,to blT, 'i- :.

Postmaster General may also dion.I government constituted like ours. It is no interests of commerce are common to all earnest desire for the perpetuation of 'that her good measure ?" ''Yes, sir; but mama some bread for my hungry children? M/>, :, '

tinue the service, at pro rata decrease of pay, i Iardox to say that, although comparatively mankind, and the advantages of trade and Union which has made is what we are- you feed your cows on such watery husband has been drinking for the last three' '

I be amount allow peused one month's with extra,whenever compensation in bis opinion on weak, the new born nation was intrinsically international intercourse must always pres. showering upon us bldsinga and confer.fathers says tu rni ps." weeks and left me without a morsel J t'give,

J the public interests do not require the same, or strong. Inconsiderable in population and ent a noble field for the moral influence of a ring a power and infuence our with "Tilly," said a mother to her daughter, these poor innoentf or' any fuel t 'eep .

U case he desires to supersede it by a dierentgrade apparent resources, it was upheld by a great people.With could hardly cijateJ, even who had seen but three summers, "what them warm, thennpt bitterly. ,
of transportation. broad and intelligent; comprehension of these views firmly' and honestly : their most sanguine to a far dwutd do without your mother1 "Where do you live 'm'aml" aid ,the ; \
\ 8. Payment will be made for:the service, by and to have to and off future. 1 he sentiments 1 now announcewere you such gentleman. ,. ,_ .
collections of or drafts on postmasters or other- rights an all-pervading purpose out, we a right expect, of "I put ou, every day, just a '' '
*iiie, after the expiration of each quarter, say in them, stronger than armaments.It shall under all circumstances require: prompt not unknown' before the expression 'sboul I wanted was the prompt re I "In the gre't of the old Pheni Hotel,",' '

February, May, and November. came from the furnace of the Revoluton: reciprocity. The rights which belong to us the voice which railed me hare. My town. a lOa sir.I '4 'I i

,. The distances a given according to the tempered t the necessities ot the times. I as a nation are not alone to be regarded,' but position upon this subject was clear and unequivocal ply.It that orchestra I -How bug has your hland.bf en addicted "> i
will be is musical fact. every I
best information no increased pay the record of myvords a ?" |
; to' a gentleman1 ,
The thoughts of the men of that day were those which pertain to every citizen in his upon musicians with mustaches drinking ", 'I
than advertised
allowed should be contains at least two .
they greater
it is recurred to at .
and only :
lithe to ba supplied be as practical as their sentiments were patriotic. individual capacity, at home and abroad, and my acts, three with bald heads, wife. '
points corecty.tate. in spectacles, '
10. Postmaster prohibited bylaw They waded no portion of their energies must be sacredly maintained. So long as be this time because'silence might,, perhaps, ,one in white cravat About three years." ;: ;
frm Te knowingly Genera contract the't& upon idle and delusive speculations, bu can discern every star in its place upon. that be misconstrued. With the Union my best and one very modest man will Madam," rejoined the generous editor; ,I
.'I.f nf.. thA mail*_. with MY_. nCMOU. WhO without and dearest hopes eentwin'ed. who, from forcof circumstances you "I for and of .
--- --- ---- with a and fearless step advanced ensign' wealth to purchase for I earthly instrument.> am truly sorry you cur
ahlve entered llt or proposed t enter It fr him what 'are we, individually 'or observe,-jilays on,a brass shall bestow such, :'
beyond governmental which him or to secure for upon you charity :&
prevent the making of any landmarkt preferment tite' Wihout't noblestfield mother of. mischief-themoment .,. .... ,.
is the
1 What becomes of the Mlmi.q : .m .laoarvu. Will. ma .1tl VnnP.__ ;
bid fur a mail contract by any other person or had hitherto circumscribed of human place, b his priitge, and must be tifl of '-' is his oats, he .11.J.. 1"- 'ImnisThr&ttii'esi
I! persons,or who shall bare made any other agree freedom, and planted their standard. his acknowledged right, unahasha 'ever pened for the',advancement. a'horse done eating bubstitutB I always feel .a deep. sympthy. "<.
lent or shall hare given or performed, or prom where it has'stood, against dangers, which even in the of I' race, m religion; in'government, !Iih turns to and'g.aws down bislanger. for the unfortunate." ; I
bd rive or perform, any consideration what presence our and all that ,dignifies and adorns labor _for oats, and,Tirue manger, '
have threatened from abroad, and internal proud consciousness that he is himself one J' of ," 4ine is a sad I'w bought up'in
to do, not do any thing la true 6tPr.
or of
radiant constellation, what is true norses
t 1 From that
and equaly.
orde to induce any other person or persons agitation, which has at times fearfully, of a nation of sovereigns, arid that he can. mankind and. affluence my a "'
attention menaced borne. them in war.der'so far which' both' illumines 0"; own \\ay men. husband was' :
Jot to bU for a mal contract. rarieu at They approved not, 'legitimate pursuit, chant in Chatham street. My '
is called to section at IS38.prthibiline selves equal to the solution of the 'great from home that the .a eDt .whom he shall points: olfto struggling nations) their course, ,UYo ?:fe: a"i m/i Mrs.:teary,' dear," said aaa rich when'we were married. We took,:.! '

., combination. against bidding.U. Tic the. ,4th of problem to understand which thtir minds leave b.bindia the place which I now .occupy let \;a:single l star be lost, and if there be One of a awarm of Irish hop-pickerr to her a ,tour to Europe and returned home,.and L'1
A after wholeis
April.1853 bid,at received t A. AL, or without the guaranty bad been illuminated by the dawning light \9il not,SM that no rude band ofpower not utter darkness,'the lustre of f, the" crony, at Farpham.i .-. lndeed that is:thr we lived bappiyanJ prosperously foe two'-':.': ..

Quired by law, or that combine several route j. of tbe reolution The object sought was ,tyrannical, passion is": laid' 'upon dimmed; Do'my countrymen need. ,any foryooMr :Mabb r, ',"And were years., a gay and fashion-

I it.oe mm of cmputol cannot be consideredin not a thing .dramed. of, ; .it ,was .a .:thing him with impunity.' He must realize. that assurance that..such catastrophe. is not, toovertake'them' ve"Vet that honey ?? "Sure. an kl- slept able vouii2 man. He spent' money-1 reel y.', .' :

IU hia;;;; L wit- rl.DroDOsaL- _-_reason-. reUed.- They- bad exhibited not only the upon every sea and on every soil ,where 'wbier.} ss aiIernet..an4vital' tne',PO WI st"night field., and forgot to tfiut tfu and "we lied extrvanty. Three 1W ''

I 12. A bidder may offer,where the transport" power to achieve, ,but wbit ..11 history our enterprise may rightfully seek the protection I to stay it 1, ,1 \ \ the gate, now I1" m re."a : on -e '

I turn called for by the advertisement it difficult or affirms tote- 1"much more, unusual, the of our flag,. American citizenship is belief trial' ,'ass tl'Uniu8''e' ril' We -fhpuld! give ourselves' .the, habit of dining ground; and finally, by high living <

I ""Practicable at certain seasons, t substitute an rapacity ,t. maintain., Tbe, oppressed an inviolable panoply for ,the. security, .of source, under ? f. p of regarding the:*world qf f, nature as a,world. of and unnecessary expenditures of money, we'' .* :

I I ret mode of conveyance, or Intermit If throughout the'world, Jrorn ,that dayto tbe I American'rigbta.;' ,Aud,' io ''this' connexion: tothistime.-soitisthe l surest r pledge a drct.'onh.' This'would! lead,',us to be ever .were' of our home'and reduced .> '

I lIuypmpo.womItaninaoeeuib1.office.O numberofdaysweeklOr mont present bare turned theiJ'Ye bitbtrward. it can .hardlybejjiecessary tore-afl1rrn, ; a continuance' the blessings("we "bound hayeeii, ,' looking upwards and inwards r the causes I tq iSlosSr poverty, and then, my husband-*!

,I IDI not on the stage or railroad, or at steam not to find those fights': abe.' orio 'principle whicl j jshould' pow .be regarded,,asfundamentally j inyed.. a'n'd'hfnye'ar"Mcredly 1'befield4of 10talsm which produce the visible"by.which we: an! took to drink, and now I am a beggar; "it" 1"" ''...

!I Mitluding.M tbe ease may be s o he may offer fear lest they should vane, b'ut"tO'1 constantly '1'hnights, security, and ; i % ..; surrounded.,,)! the.VvUibla!. I .things"; of, these depending on my success for &' s. .
I H insititvu. a inferior mode of apply in men cheered by their steady and iucreasinp repose of Confederacy; reject the idea of calm,:and"freewliscussion! .jn. ourcountryiopepatd'wjH tIOI,' there,is a.ljkeneV.and: an image of such I beseech,'you, la behalf of mjM
: r <** .jHe may propose different times of arrival .' colonization' tbis iido of 1 l.sys3nepOt1&tiineerbai.been \ ; if' look And ucv '
radiance. or bestow mes
and time Is, intrerenc ; 1 the ,j invisible Cre } we little children, to upon
,J rJ ***4epa..provided connexion no more running lie In this'our country has,:in'my ''j judgment; : 'Joreign'p'ower".beyond and 'never can betraverBCjllor : .with.an earnest r purified vision'not only charity as you feel disposed to grant, !
p1J '
juy k additional running time for Idcd trip,dawK thus far. fulfilled, its highest. duty.io. suffering present tjuri bYanyJ: utterly. ; inadmissible.. I ," good in) }) of aectnotnalmsm4 i ,and.,,uncnariUbleness. rve-,- ceeod- jntnature'butrecOgnize.the. 'beautiful ;I.-n.i. 'Vtnrv wa tnlil. And met a kindponse T5S.r ,",

? *IDteified II of dn.m aun Verv humanity..; has "spoken, nnJ wi continue Tne opportunities ot ooservauon, lur- The; touauers, 9i.uie and instructive 'ielationtbO&.eyists from a generous heart. 'The -lady ofv

I I Ha fo terriee roads;differing but beyond from that called, *for proposal by the to apeaknotonly'I by its" .* but "ished by my'brief' 'experience1 as 'a soldier; public d! 1(' ibing "as of.'t they. .,e'psepted i tween ,tbe world of mind and the world be1 the house recognized the poor woman; hut

I ution with *r.gnUf'bid Reasonable in.amount.Jy by its acts, tbe langue. sympathy.en confirmed 'I in! my own mndtheopinion, en to them, 1 spirit has .el.scnfctgIatriotism matter.. she did not yet feet disposed to make hetself

I her* bid contains any men atrton theirwadvaDUfei couragement, to those who tertained'and acted upon by others from theforinatidu'of ,aid, at time proved it will, EaI making a known, but ushered them into the dining-

I will be etc 1 i earnestly"listen to tones, which pronounce the Government, that the' main comprehensive wisdom,which always "P. sl contemplates .b to room, and sat down with them to awana
1ih othe proposal!. for the rational But, after tenance of large ,standing armies in J our be safe for us to consult Every mea ri 'voyage'sooiiwith cloric Ip
There liberty. Australia and thence England. I supper.
should be bat one bid for a the fraternal feelings
but strengthen
L repoiL rut 1 all,the most ,animating encouragement and country would be not 'Only dangerous, tending, ,

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Telegraph to the Savannah ) Spirit Rapping Rerelations from \V.ih- derer and wish the to be published, that "Go hutneth whom he -
By mater tnth"
'Madam Mid the lady, lwhat was ILI1IBI' 0 flEfl1IJCALiACKSONVIILE B L I Republican. ton. and apprehended. am told that there had the additional mufortun to Aller
your maiden name! |, Arrival ollh Baltic.S is a large reward offered'for,his arrest, butI when he was about six.e old, which ealamiu le.
"Bllen Dnpiee.1 1th -.. : Co .,PUt the able and commanicative, do not know b wirnnch-treckon not his father mrived only a few ye .ii,

''h! Ellen, have you come in tliis!" | : I F0ur days,late Euope. .I Editor; 't t Southern Patriot.' (snpw, 'on. ', l ess-than $500. Mr.Holmes'wan a gentleman I in the care of a elder brother, 1YC,with i L

11 The poor woman wa! so overraome with |I :"MarciiI7i&3. *. Jtfir-VoRiW, M chyTTne U. S7 Mail I avisiVio, )Washington.' Several 1]i interesting of h'gh.!respectability! Hall a vaga- Buffington, an onlyfHster, Th JB!
J rl
that cmild ; h
anti not Thursday "
she :
gratitude I'uq'rifIC, '. steamship Ratticcapt.: Comstock" baf arrived 4 letters have'? appearedin V 'journal-Irom* J bOld.-* ,Hall is a man Rbou| forty-five yeats sequences of hU e
biter a siltle11111.! Slif thought her's a'' I ; this from, whence hil rather Itv to
at- port Livqrpttbl. old- light complexion, light hair, sook him bnt, growing with
familiar vnirelip had 11(.Lnl it In-fore, hut Jncfcionvllle and Alligator_ Plank.Road. brl lasl nnmber of which>we copy'ome' of his
Failed! the23rd ult. She three' remarkably g
she on ,brings red-blue eyesan4 deep set- diced deformity in back )
the coud: not remen'nrheu' nor where; and j! o'theo"DJr ct6rs "i'1* the more notable notices"of'inen and tbingsI and his brad thrown back I h and ehe
The meting of this dars'Iatet'mtelgence r lump-shouldered, did not, however prevent wil
after a lunp lime ,!: murncred1 i j has been held from in this Liverpool Tlfarlcet. the political Metropolis. -will weigh about 115 Ibs., and was riding school,or affect Lis intellect h the fm &
think I ILIVC kUIWII Jim in time, hut 11 I i Road day to day be''left.He i J,;
COTION.There waj jio new feature to :WisuiNaTosClTv, Feb. 20, 1853. a chesnut sorrel horse when lug natnron/ a &
1lame. What is strong and
] SAN quick
tan not rememlier.vur. j place since Monday last. Col,--J P. .
and cunningas *Dgresscd
the is said to be quick spoken mU
,4 Iayr'"Mary notice in Liverpool markt since the Ye'terdayasa very bad day,and instead _rapidly with bis!
name my C' President of the ldlea 0
your has been elected
DERSON of the Cambria ult. seethe: a iox. !
Criia aii was my name when I I sailing 19th of going Jo the cpitol weent to in no art better'than that tU dt.
knew Board, A. M. REED, Esq., Treasurer, and I Holders in order to effect sales were obliged fptitua1 rappef Fox lr her two Spnnlc. among pan: oT
youl" Iloyal ant felow.sadent as
"Mary whor'"Croman. Hon. THOMAS DOUGLAS and THOMAS LED- to submit to a decline of 116J. per pound daughtert" filled the Federal city family lived, became nnhJ\

except in the highei grades of Orleans, ; amazement, by calling from the regions Queen Victoria, it seem*, looks sharply a J
WTTH, Esq., Money Director The necessary favor loved for his kid and gentle
which remain unchanged. The market of all the dispodtian
above all the departed
the of her houshold. Sometime
spirits after
God! Who husband1
MMy IP your the work of the expenses esteemed for talents and pitied
Ae" hut I details for beginning closed drooping; the sales of thc thiee.days frends of those who visit them. General Her Majesty ordered a piano forte h for nls mbf .-
0kf. Hfiftrrfj j printer.1 ago. tunes. No his
:The woman remeinhere-l heinz introduced I Road have been fixed upon. amounted to.15.000 bales, of which amount Thompson, Mr. F. Burt and myself.went at for one of the royal to be sent froma ono among 81&1. Aired to lol8
chilren. him ia ...
poor orannoy any way: whila hi.
speculators took 4.000 and exporters 4.000 o'clock and remained with them an -- .
.11III three maker's
before h..rlIturi, to Mr. %William; DC st.John'* Bar. London to Wjndsor, and not arriving of .uu.n.
and she remembered, too, how cool I and indifferent SUl'Try hales. Messrs. Wright & Grandy's Circular hour and a half. The mother was a plain as speedily as expected, she modesty instinctive ad suavity Jannen won for h te

she Heated him on that occasion. Lieut. Westcott, having cbarge of the quotes as follows: looking wumanvith a good head and good summoned, the comptroller of the houshol sympathy of strangers, and te a

Yes dy hut printer' went like a dag- Hydrographic palty at the mouth of the St. Fair Orleans .' .gjj. countenance. The daughters were also to "know the reason why." your raton of his aqUitc.who wen hi* pwiort

to her bl'art. That Quintet' was now Middling Orleans51316J.. plain girls! and appeared to, be sensible and majesty, it has arrived," said Cecil Forester, in age. '

ger her benefactor and fiieiul. I John's, found 13 feet water upon the Baron Fair Mobile 6'd.Middling ., well behaved. When we went into their "but there is 5s. 9d. carriage to pay, and To the afflicted sister and brothers of toe

,v ,Young lad'ts! if }<*'i marry an industrou Tuesday, the Sib in*t., at half tide! whichis I Mobile 5 ll-16d. room they were all seated round a centre it has not been unpacked yet." "Then packit ceased, it is a consolation to know, that d

. and intelligent (p-r-i-u-t-e-r) man, and he- equivalent to 16 feet at high water. This Fair Upland 6.1. table! with a gentleman who was conversing back again !" exclaimed his royal mistress; '' Deep for the dea't the grief must atlc

come wealthy in your old age you do well is a greater depth than was supposed to Middling] Uplands 5jd.TRADE. with the spirit of bis deceased wife. He adding, "Were I a private customer they who ne'er gave cause to mourn before,"

cain of asked a great many questions,some ofwbicl would have been too glad to send it free. yet their lois i his eternal ; and
but if you mairv a flll'llI..h| | ) dandy, : from the fact .-Trade and prices at Manchesterhad I gi wbi%
the cod-foilarutocrary and wn cninpostoentis exist. It may be explained slightly declined. were answered correctly I and otheri not. and they shall net impose on a Queen." thousand occurrences will back C

order, and should he t/ro'ijtht from affluence that for a considerable time past the winds NoEr.-Money market and Consols un- The poor mau, eemed to be in great distress Back, accordingly went the instrument. minds the memory of a beloved brother, ti tbtr

in youth to beggary in y"ur old age, you doworse. have prevailed from the west, which has changed. at the thought of betl put in should not let his death be the cause of protract

low tides and driven tion with his asked her if she TiE MOBILE DEFALCATION. CASE.-The ed grief,but learn by it t submit with Christu
Remember that, ladies, and make the P"UUcallltlUcnec. would communicate with him alone,and she Mobile Newt of the 26th ult, says that Capt. resignation to the will of Him who

I'IrOIll'r. immovrnieiit. the waters off the coast; so that there has Thprf wns__ vprv hula of interest_ Join in promised to do so. He wished to know R. 11 Sands. Cashier of the Posl-office in thinfrs ror the nfl'inon___. wtinln.A vt Ordains. _.a
I. .' -- ---I -' -- ____ been less than the usual amount of water I the British- parliament.Kossuth -- .- -- mn -- u when and she replied, very soon. He ask ity, was brought before the U. S. -----o-.--Light- --- .be"the-- turf-w of n MV.v..tUQ LaO (
thy tomb
The GreeklI ) "r. n LivIng Laitguagr. passing in and out of Fort George Inlet : denies the authorship of the address ed her if she had any message to send her! District Court, by habeas corpus; but Judge May its verdure like :be

less obstructive influence has I recently put forth in his name bribe mother, and received no answer. Gayle holding that there was no law of the There shonM not be emerld shaow of;

consequently in Italy. The frontier of Lorn- Gen. Thompson then seated himself at : United States by which he could be tried, In aught that reminds oChe.glom
effort /rVcfmintfer/ Review, Hungaiians
An says been produced upon the river from this closely blockaded at the last accounts the table, and asked if the spirit of his uncle, he was discharged. Of the Postmaster, it Young flowers and an treeS
tits been made. by Mr. Ulneke. Professor hardy was May spring from the of
This further demonstrates the Dr. Williams, was present and would communicate : "We understand that the root tBy
practicability the
q Greek in the Umveisity of Edinburgh, to source. i'azzini had been seen on says uas\er. Ent no cypress nor yew lei m m
reform the piontiu nation of Greekn: that of the plan proposed for removingthe frontier, but was not captured. Slaffi, his with him. i Oliver S. Beers, was yesterday before For why should we mourn se.the !
There instantly loud and impetuons United States Commissioner Richard B. f
was ,
had also escaped. The formerwas -
UniversityHe i* U'.ichmg his stn-lent! to obstructions at the Bar, by permanently colleague, A Firrro.

j .w., pronounce Greek they do ill Greece\ insisl'ng distributing money to the disaffecfed. rapping. Owen, upon the charge of embezzling ___ ___ _
closing up Fort George inlet, so that the The of Milan were still closed, and He enquire} if there were auy persons in moneys from the Post-office. The bearing -
that H I is not a iie.-ul, hut a living language gates ARRIVALS OF PASSSr'GERS
one see looking at river will constantly take its course out to troops were constantly arriving. Whistlingand I the room who saw him die? of the case was postponed until next Monday
any in.iy by
LL..r'II a Greek new-paper. l'rlltlr: Blackie! gives sea, and sweep away the deposhes of sand singing in public places! had been for The response was in the affirmative! two weeks, to meet the engagements of March By steamer Wm. Gaston from 'aTrlah
yth.-Mrs Hall, Mrs
How many? the acting United States and the McCall
ail extract from a ne>\-i.iicr| | printed last across the mouth of the river, which depo- bidden. Two Counsel for the defendant Attorney Beers bond ton. P H Yonge, MeCa1' M Fit h. J Bahlou.
year at Athens pv.ng; ail :count of Kos- TW more persons had been hange 1 in gave W II Walker U Collins Slanton. J Butts
sites create the Bar. and it was thought that some Hangariais Who are thoyl for his appearance at the tine: in the sum J Brooks, M Chancey. hull Vr Fife
suth's visit :11< America fiom unci! it is evident 1al . R Pjfa'
thai the' Ungii.igu (If I Homer lives in a "had been snot" privately in tne" cas- Perry and Thompson? of S3.000.RAILROAD. A Davis Heniton, S T CoJmt.: Bryant.RJ
JK3BVe regret to have to omit this week Who wiola his will Bnill. J A Shanklin.B Bnrt. Col A J T .
Some few arrests had been made at WP..
slate of IlIIriy.: to \\hich, cou.-tdering the tle.
BRIDGE T J Prevails L KiWaek; Walker
a communication urging attention to a State Perry? AT ArCUSTA.TheCharleston ,King.Moon
extraordinary dilution; of :ts liiciary existence Genoa. ? A
Adams J L
this work is An.leron. Took
Courier learns "that longl. ,
-two thousand five hundied years at Railroad Convention, proposed to be held at Tie London Advertiser says an extensive Had any portion of his property been 3 deck.

'least there the the the conspiracy :had been dit-covered in HungaryTincountry sold? now on the point of completion. The Bridge Ileturn trip. 10th inst.-Mrs i
irno parallel; pel haps on Madison Court House on 28th inst., McDna1.2el ,
informed is finished with
c 440P verviuns-ettled. Yes! tself, we are dren, and servt, E Horton, ,
face of the glolie. Afier which noticing! a few reason .being our utter inability to get it in An was had been made to assassinate Who bought his fine home Steeel! exception laying! the iron upon the track Gates S H Grice,II obcrts,Mrs J u.bon and child
trifling modil.catKtns: distinguish j attempt 2 Misses J Mr Jadson
the late of its although !- on the Bridge-which is more than three- ndn. 1 Thornton/
at wife!
moment reception,
type Austria. He
modern from ancient' Greek lit! states as a ihe Emperor was recovering Sheldon servant, Dudle. C Summers,
fact thai in Ihree colii'iuis of a Gieek newspaper we promised to insert it. The wri from his wounds at last accounts. Was he happy! quarters accomplished-and some other layan(1 2 cbidren. llev L A ilar-

4Jr: of thear 1852, there does not cer- ter remarks the importance of the occasion Tii2; assassin's name was Lasso Denneny, Ye! light work. Both depots are already finished ee. pener, Lng. and 2 deck.
upon Had he seen Judge Thompson, Mrs. and the track leading frO the old By steamer Welafca from
Li 4t tainly occur words that are not a ailor. He was cut down by an aid-de- Savannah. March
lin it hppn pure. to the interests of Jacksonville, ali! Thompson, &c.? road on the Hamburg side to the Bridge is 13th.-J C (;rigg, Mr Rosenthal J D Erwin,A
corrupted I recommends a compliance with the caliI. had ordered YeJ! completely ironed. The track ai so on the Wibur. J W Carey. E Evans, Austin S Brj-
from fdieign 'OUICtS.-1\cw Yoik Evening request 5,000 suspected per- .
Gunby C Gibbs. Mrs lube U hay,,
Post. i contained in the posted call, for the appointment snisto leave Lombardy in 24-hours. Were they a!perfectly happy? Augusta side through Washin; ;ton- tree mond, B C Cassel J Annett J F Whiteman Mr

of Doubtful tumors prevailed of a contem- YI" from the through depot to the corn er of Rey- Baker, Mr Ilneker Mr Barry., Mr Long, Jfr
Gnu Cot tuat. delegates from this place. I is supeifluous alliance between England and! Frnct Did be find his religious notions correct! nold.street, is ready for the iron, -vhich will E Summerlin Mr Jaadon. Mr Murray, Mr Nii-

4r4r to say we, as a community, arc I plated to the Northern Power Partially! be laid as soon &the track across :the Bridge for Jacksonville. Mr Hughe- Mr Masten. M
counterpoise great
The latentor* cf Gun Colon, Professor interested. as a. The spirit of Gen. Gla !ock was then/cal connects wnh thai point-a distance of some A Williams Russell toddard, E D Cummins.. ,

.:: %; Et1LI Schauhem. nf Hi-Ie! and Proie-sor Bottger, The property of suspected persons in Italy led for. and answered a variety of questions, six hundred feet-and the iron can be trans- lady E D hunter J Wimberly Harris,'J Dent.Col Mills Miss LIt Benedict Ogden MilS lal ;.

of Frankfort, have made over their process 3The attention'of the puolic is direct; hal l been confiscated.The all correctly, as did the spirit of Dr. Williams. ported over it." I is,expectc thai the tiains Hanson, Mr Otway and lady D C Prescott ami i

of flrt'I'Hr.ltun| : to the Au-inan Government ed to the aJvcrtisement'of valuable! sales of weather in Great Britain had been Mr. Burt then took his seat and called will pass over in sixty ilays- lady II app Mr TracoU E B Weed for in- :

I for 30OOOll"rill", ivvo-tl.nda of which fell land Gen. HERNANDEZ. In the and snows had fallen. for the spirit of his father, which responded tenor.
by growing stormy, deep ; Return trip 14th inst-A Hall S Scaritor E
to the former as having the priority of in. CUBAN SLAVE TRADE.-Tlie British:
and told where he died TIc
very promptly was B Weed Hethel r.r! Dr Bovken
Hickman iCam.
demand for lands in State those ,
vention. The has hi-cn paid.' It is our man-of-war Cumberland Sir John
money Tie FonrtU of 3Iurcli lit IVnghlngton. buried, &c. The spirit of Mr. Burl's son Capt. Sir Serett,T Tant A Kreps,E\\Voster,
believed that tile Austrian Government has would be well worthy of the attention was called, and responded.This .. Seymour, a three decker, arrived at Havanaon Dr Dowse J (J Laird Mr Brownwn, Miss

communicated t.) the Governments of the of llrcha ers. The following are the proceedings of the is all very wonderful, to be sure, the 17th ult.. for the purpose of demanding lirownson Mr Wright H Runyon-for Savannah.
various Stales fli the German: : Bun.! its willingness an from the Captain General Mr Gates. Mr Dunn, Simons,A Print Mr
Senate preparatory to the inauguration and still I am incredulous, and cannot but explanation Cooper-for Jacksonville.By .
to aJm.l them: to the knowledge of JESS* We have received from the pub think the whole r is arrant impos relative to the ill-treatmenlof Briti ;h subjects I
the secret. which took place on the fourth inst. The mat a, steamer Carolina from Charleston March
authorities also
lishers, Messrs. DKWITT &DAVCXPOHT, of ture. Three raps is yes-one rap is ro. by the Cuban : as respectingthe nth.-Mrs hunter and 2 children,Miss ;bnIyv ,
Senators named are those of one of the slave Irade. An interview i ook place '
: LUu: Culture. New York, "Ruth Garnett or the Loves of The old wonian runs over the alphabet till M Lawton. lady and2 servants, MrsMeLeod -
b;tt: }; classt'S whose terms expired on the 4lh, and she pronounces the letter necessary to spella and the Cumberland subsequently left poit. Judge! D II Mays, J II M Clinch VV A
the Earl of Rochester! and -Beatrice hammond A \V Areh ant 2servir.ts JB Archer
or r
Dr. Strange cnlivited! (ill his farm called fill vacancies word or name, and there is a Namesare
, on the who are to either b rap.
aa.l servt, J P Ellicott, J Adams \V M
that in almost all ,
It is ,
Arenoso this the unknown Relatives also from Mr. ) written down and the asked a singular
1 season a ; quantity of election of spirit is to Martin.A .
ic-elect'.on or new members! : the formation of church choirs is the
* k. rice which turned out rl'rnarkahiwell, the ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY, the third number rap when the right nantis written or pointed cases number pa 'ensjcra oa return trip not ra
- IR' prams,bemzlar, c. plump, and full rown. On Friday) at five minutes past 12, M. the to. In this way the communications are beginning of trouble! !in worshipping conregations. register at time of report.
of the Illustrated Magazine of Art. i this ?
Senate of the United Slites.ni of Why Harm.onyshouldnot --- -- -
: : The seed from which this PCS was mate! pursuance made, and after all it may be,lucky guessing.
was brought (rim Florida Tin-doctor is of The following amendment of the Senateto the cull of the Presi.lentof lha United States My mind( is natural)' skeptical, and I always he the generator discord ; and yet, it SHIPPING: 1.1:T.
convened in their Chamber, and were called be difficult, we believe, to find a f
opinion that there can he as line rice require: strong proof before I believe woul --------------------------------
grown the army bill were concurred in II the to order by the Hon. Lewis Cass. which at some time or other, has
here as in any j.ait of Florida, and he intends ) any thig strange and unnatuial. I intend PORT CfF'JACKSONVILLr.ARI'.IVED. :
to try the evneiunei.t unnii a more House : After a prayer by the Rev. C. M. Butler to go some day and call for the spirit of my not been disturbed in consequence of dissen-

extensive b'rale! tj's' ytar.'c have long For the defence of San Francisco, California Mr. Badger! submitted a resolution, that departed friend, Dr. Crook, and I have no sions among its singing member .

been of the thai < the oath of'ollice pieFcrlhed, : by the Con- doutt there will be loud and March2,1
OJHILOU rice could be SIlC- $500,000 prompt rapping. ScTar. Joseph Griec, Rrtsen, NT.
CCEsfuIly cultivated upon our low, flit prai- ; fetitut.ou: : bs administered to the new members and that I shall learn from it a great deal ZVotlce to Government X
riPS, tnd we InK that ti.nln-r etTorts will be Fort Jeffcrson, at Garden Key or Tortu- by the Hon. Lewis Cass, of Michigan, I about the world of spirits, the worM of LAND OFFICE NEVVSANSVILXK, FLA., "" 4th" "" Oregon LtWM. ,.
made in llie island, 8100,000 the oldest member of the body which wasagreed ew C1he.Zihbetts, -
rut: \Oatlou of the same here. gas ; ; living men, too February lUh, 1S33. Anal Au=tn, ..
4 4 Lavaca (TtUj) Cuia>,eicial. Foil; to. But the most storiesare ,.
Taylor, Key West$75,000 ; ; really, extraordinary Editor of RrpMican: "* lIen;' .\ire-l. ,\ ,i'', "
A farmer III Cohb County in this State, Fort Pulaski barracks Mr. Cass then a.lnin.stered} : the oath of told in regard to and the dancing 7tll.It JnilgcTaney; 'f..Ol:1eI1t', 5>I\.
Georgia including
rllping. SIR: 1 enclose herewith a co py of letter "
to the Senators who you a
raised over a hundred hie'r.: : of rice the cfSce following-named of tables in : It is said Brig .FriouJ. \ri1ou.'i..hares.CLEiflE. .

past f.ea.siii. and we believe, intends to follow and quarters,$20,000. as their names were CUed, approached the Gen. Baileys daughters of Virginia. are which you will plcaao publish in yo ur paper oncea .

up hi.-fAj'eiinieiitsoi a iare >cale.llns Fort Sumpter, Charleston hasbor! $110- desk for that purpose: performing all tt as successfullyas week for four successive weeks ant forward a March 7
Hon. Charles G. AthenIan of N. II. est of the to the General I Land Office at : Brig Carolina, flatten Kingston. '
We copy paper
having the Miss told 44 4.
juoveii satisfactory.-Savanuafi Were too, by 5 : Jloutifia Thurben, \. Vorkw
Journal. 000.Fort Carroll, Sellers' Point, Baltimore hare J. P. Benjamin, of Louisiana. Mis. Burt, of ihe same fet being performedin Washington city.It Schr.James Brown, Lrowu, Phila.
John M. Clayton, of Delaware. her parlor, hy Mr. Burl aid herself and will b perceived that I am reoplret to "ad- 8 -\ll'la.Ie.l : 11,1.e11. N York.

Coollti la Cul>... bor, $50,000 ; Stephen A. Douglass, of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Bell. They likewise succee- vlso tho parties in interest to ftirnisJi me with the "" S" Lneullu LuRvin X York.. '

Fort Del ware, Pea Patch Island, Dele- Josiah J. Eva,:, of SouthCaolim.Ed ded in spirit rather the &c.,.and 1 hare 10 Crig J oew. Tyler, Marti I/'J..
Br. ship Panama, from Singapore; and ivanl of calling up a or, rapping necessary proof .i pursuance It evident IMw. llolmea. N.Bay.
Jamaica, arrived at Havana the 17th ware, river S150.00I; E'ert Massachusetts.San. of a spirit. Gn. Hamilton was put in of instructions, adopted this U3 the most efficient W, Antr.Ii.V.rHe., D; lu tier.
on Houston of Texas. I
after Fort Knox Penobscot river communication with his two sons, who arc way of doing it. You will therefo re please :3 1 Stiir.Tiune3tJ. Citon Boston.
a pa-:areof 131 days, \\.ih; 161 Asiat $55,000 ; R. M. T. Hunter, of Virginia. pub 1-1 Mary 1'eed Reed New York ir i
dead, and he believes in the truth and
lish this in connection with the CImmi3Sioner'sleter.
p. ics (coolieK) (III kant, to he int/oduced tu Fort Warrei Boston, bal bor. 845,000 ; and George W. Jo'ies, of Iowa. really _
of the --- -- ----
the labor of the i iManJ rappers. lest tho "parties in intere tt might ba
qi : -pmchased for
ser Fort Winthrop, Governor's Island, Boston, W. K. Sebast'au, of Arkansas.C. 1 was yesterday introduced to Dr. Gardiner Jacksonville Prices
c vice of lour >'ears. The l loss CM tile passagewas K. Stuart, of Michigan. led to suppose 1 would give each o no a separate Current
and I God
$29,573. am sure never gave a
a conideial.le' per Cl'lItar, being 90 John B. Thompson of Kentucky.John face and countenance as his to scoundrel. notice. Correetcd Weekly for the Republlcu
a tr
thrown veih.-ird. The Brit ,h ship Blen The senate amendment appropriating$150 R. Very respectfully, your ob't scrv't,
of N.
Thompson, Jersey. lie is an accomplished and ]I F.WAVER&.CO.
heim had ,
al-o nrrived gentleman
at with 412 000 for an exploration! and survey of the Robert of LCil'L ''P1LSOX.
Toomhs have doubt his trial will him hon-
no prove
coolie having lo-t he .
-, mi J passage. most practicable and economical route for a \Vli"m: ; \Vri.ht, .nf I. VCI f..?>U_.VOn ,' est. llegiater. BACON. $ c 3e
--- -- Ham3. perTh
The Pti ar rf Brazuna railrord from the Mississippi river to the motion of Mr. Shiells, it was unanimously liirboulders II
: crop Co., Texas perlbl
\ for the la,l P'a'a\; 8.202 1.C1::hl'ads'al.- Pacific ocean, was concurred in-yeas 112, re501'c,1 oDri the be Hon. David R 'V.\t=GTO CITY, Feb. 21, 1333. Sptmo-r 2I32 Sides per Ib J21 a-
ued at 328080. WI; ; 17.0UO( J.aireU of li: continued al I went this Market t bbl$12RKn.
with Col. Orr
mo ,
_ jv nays 61. President pro tempore, of the Senate. up morning to Sra: The act of Congress entitled "An Act .Navy. per lb
lasses at 3G.ODO. There about call on President Fillmore to certain entries of land
are 2.500 and was delighted legalize public madein
liIot.: Ib
On motion of Mr. Mr. Atchison 6i
the House per II 8l
Bragg took
assuming the Chair "
OOQ invested HIP with thu State of Florida, lay ,
in county, in Micar-making. him. I have seldom seen a apprvc. 2Jth nUTTER.Goghen..
II There are. it is said, still'some thousands of up and passed the Senate bill providing for said : Senators, permit me to return you mysincere gentleman more prepossessing in his ap. 1852, provides .that the ;\ entries of rrime. per Ib 23 II IJI,
thanks for the honor ( tracts reserved to satisfy claims
haTe embracing once
acres of the best and the oath of office you and Bn.ICK. 1st quality per m
very sugar cotton lands administering to William conferred pearance manners. He is one of the under the Armed Occupation a.t. but which
again I take 2d do
I1 to be sold in .the county, which are priced at R. King, Vice President elect of the United evidence of upon personal me. il as an. firmest and mildest of men. He immediately claims were forfeited prior to th allowance of CANDLES Sperm rer perm Ib 40 II 41
'. t from $3 to $7an acre.VALUABI.K your regard consideration began to talk about the slavery question said entries,) permitted at the Land Office at Adarnantine Ji 2'J
States of Havana and also per II
America at cf
., or any other your confidence in in the 'tateofF1oridabe and the
---- -- and disunion and made Tallow It 8 10
1 a great enquiries ewnans\'ie. per II
N.:CIIOK<.-Me! '$rs. CAPERS place, on the 4th of March, or on some day my integrity and impartiality.The about South Carolina and the many confrmed. and patents shall ChEESE. Pine Apple r.er Ib ]81 II
and HEYWAKU sol I yrMerday at public auc- i thereto kubsevuent. Senate then remained in session for of present issue thereon as in :, provided that the Northern, perb lOt II 121

tiou a fain I ly of -!lave:. con-isimg' (f a man, sonic time awaiting the arrival of the President said state he had party to contend feeling with amongst two fires us. the He of lands the so 1'egister's entered shall certificate have been, improved, upon tho by faith the COFFl Java E. Rio. pr. per ierlb Ib U 10i II II 11

who I'M a superior mechanic Ins wife and TUB ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS.-The elect. one from the North and the other from the party in interest under ui
their infant, for $3,70i.-CIJtlr.; Mercury. two Houses of Congress adjourned sine die The Diplomatic Corps then an-i veil in South. At one time he said it looked the said land is not claimed by at'"erse parties." No.2 bbl I
-- -- their full Costume and uniform In order to enable this office out tho
-' ---- and were carry FLOUTh Canal per bbl 6 50 II 7 50
HCNGRV '-;'.-It is said, thai there are on! the .4th at noon having been in session assigned Feats on tbe sofas, on the noith-bide much like he would have to shed a little provisions of this act, it nil bo necessary that Baltimore per bblGEtAIN

over 200 DI-KM.CI.IIIC ex-meinders of Congress (rain eleven o'clock! the day before, and of the Chamber. blood in the cradle of liberty, (Boston,) and you shl. as early as practicable, forward a list Corn per bush 00 II 1 00
having signed the slave of so made within the ..Newnansvjflo1)strict
fugitive he was .PO\VDEP. perb oj 50 II 55DLARD.
now at Wa-liington city. They havea taken a recess of about one hour during The Judges of the Supreme Court were ,pared to enforce it. He said there stating opposite to each case whether perlb 13 II

very,lean am] hungry look. that time. The Civil and! Diplomatic! Ap. assigned places on the let of the Presiding pl never be any difficulty about that \oul tho tract. s entered i or is not claimed by adverts )OL.-\.SSBS.Y.O.. per gal 40 II 50
---- Oilicer.
maler parties.You
SYRU1). Florida. per gal .u II 50oir
EXCITING LncoMorm: UAc, .-A few propriation bill was near being lost, and was The members the late House of again till a new generation had sprung up will at the same time advise the parties .. Sperm, per gal 1 2.'i

dayi since a race came ('between! the two ,only saved by the House reversing its action filled the east and south lobbies.Representatives fn regard to South Carolina be said it in interest to furnish you with the necessary Linseed. fl.'r1, 1 12PotiK .
trains of cars on the JelFeriMiu ville and Madiflon was his purpose to avoid the shedding ot proof that the tracts entered by thorn have, upon N. Y. rm, per 00
rejecting the of the Major General Scott was the faith of the Ltegi wr'8 been Improved bbll22
'. 'roflils. The report joint committee on present. blood if possible. He intended to the certifci\t. I'OItTER London per 50RAtINS
railroadare inid stop
sideandsid The circular. them,which '
gallery was at by your opinionof $ 0(3IIRANIY
an early
for ten or twelve: flueS from Columbusto conference. This bill, among other things hour, filled exclusively ,with ladies. mails, and cut off their commerce, and bring the character of the witnesses and the sufficiency pcr per gal 350 4 5 00WILISIjEY
Tayjorsvilie ; Hnd the trains being raises the salaries of the Vice President and Shortly after one o'clock, the President them to terms in that way. Ii was his pur"pose of the testimony, you will forward to this' .
near together the J.dipul also to defend the forts and public after having endorsed thereon the number Monongahela. gal 75 II 1 50SUGAIt
very train in the the heads of the Departments from five elect entered the pro ofce. per
to resting on aim of Senator certificate purchase to which it relates. P
lead the tlar.Ult peity of the United States. Both Col. Orr Porto [tico. per Ib 8 II
pasit.iIrs:! haulers: for a Bright, and followed ,
was Very respectfully ID
*. eight thousand dollars per annum and by the Presidentof and Coffee ol. per lb 9 II
nee! This was accepted l h v o the Jeffersonville ; the United States, leaning on the of m'sel expressed the belief that had oh four ob't rorv't, Crashed per Ib 10 II 11
train, drawn by the line locomotive creates the office of Assistant Secretary of Senator Pratt. The Hon. Win. 14. Gen. } lived he would have involved JOlN WILSON, Loaf per lb 10 II 11

Clark, anti away they went at real -railroad State, with a salary of three thousand dollars Judge Hon. Messrs. Dobbin Marcy, the country in bloodshed. I think Mr. Commissioner. SALT per sack 2 00SOAPAmn.ydflow
whfti Campbel and Fillmore that the REGISTEI OF TUE L.D OFFICI, p"rb 51a S '
speed, the Clark J.Lscl'the Madison admilel policy of Gen.
i ij ,
per' annum. enen'd company with the Execu- Ne1'nannio. Fa. SHOT o1.Us&es. per 11 9 4 10Segars.
$ j under way, like a o.tr .k, to the delight of All the general bills tive. The Senate received the Presidents to produce that direrCiult t1.W SpL1f:1h.. per m 23 to II 4D 00
the the appropriation were in regard to Texas. We both 7$
1 passengeM on train.-Louisville standing. Immediately after complimented w c"1 1 TOBACCO manufs.c\'d. per Ib
Courier. passed; and in addition to other measures of was formed in the order procession him for, his firmnessand the DIED, TEAS Uyson, per 1b 1814 7SBleek
prescribed the
Lilt'jL the bill change \vhiqh he made in his Cabinet perTh 62k 4 7
importance, establishing the Territorial on
programme the committee of the Senate On the 10th inat.,at tho residence of his broth- 00
TRICK* c, THE 'i{ EICcr..APU.-A merchant the death of Gen. Taylor, and which VIN1.Mndefra pet'galI
in St. Louis recently received a telegraphic Government of Washington. and proceeded to the eastern portico of the confidence to the country in his administralion. gave. er-in-law Col. S BuSngton, ia Jacksonville: Champagne per dozU 00 I- ]8

despatch from.a gentleman ill North Carolina TRIBUTE TO MR. FH.LMORK. bust of Capitol, where'to the the oath President of office was administered 'He said the mmoent Gen., ,Taylor's East Jorita. ALBERT BOZEU.YOuce son of _. =

inquiring the! price' of dried pears in St. President Fillmore, by Dr. Horatio Stone Chief Justice of the United States.elect, On by the the death was announced the whole Cabine resigned Col. ant Elzbeth }zema.i Uth Jacksonville FoundryAND

Iou is.i : A reply was returned that they conclusion of the'PresiJe'nt's and would nol continue serve one year of his age of a spinal afection'.

were held_,at a-, high ,figure-8 to 10 cents the eminent sculptor of New York, of pure which will be found inaugural address ( day unless assured ,that they, would be con While the laws of nature, invariable and without '

per,1b.' *A3ccuiiJniis..ntge was sent by the Italian marble, is now in the rotunda/ of the columns.this the elsewhere in our linued. In this trying difficulty ,ordered the shoW turning, are alike just to all, 61 cti na. C5t. Y
Carolinianptatmg that he had shipped 250 capitol j, previous, to its being deposited in the to iheir Chamber morning, and, on motion Senate returned, the,chief clerks.n the, respective Depart yet the dispensations of a All-wise Creator, in- made exUnsiTe *
rabscriben baring
bushels,of the article to the merchant it was-t iiients to of the, Secretaries, Bcrntiblo often THE
for till
man, "
appear stawJ
'That the their
near-sighted *
mansion. It is tribute t
presidential of daily hour of improvements
a respect Ordeed meeting
aalej A folilCbt he could, '
mistake in his ,
; ; a commercial correspondent m. organize Cabinet. 'ThisheouId'hot as we are,even cruelly severe. ment, are now prepared to fornish--

may effect a great mischief, as byl' gentlemen both parties,' to the Ordered, That when the: : ,atempt.i after ,the funeral of The life, character, and death of the subject of Steam Engines of any required ,power, .

was,foun J to be' the case* III thin instauce; present estimable:.Chief!! "Mag"llr e. it adjourn to meet on Senate'adJ, urn Gen. } this sketch, furnish 'an,'apt and forcible illustration one Saw to on&Mills hundred horse; -
for further ;

that, on the earolmiaa corresjxmJence had shipped I', it 250 appeared bushels'of i The light'of other days has faded," a And ththiijirotioit) the Senate, adjourned.. .Harder lit Hamilton,County. j ALBERT of the BOZEMA truth of the was above born sentiment.on the 13th day of 'Horse Sugar Powers Mills; ;

dried peat, expecting a-remuneratiol1of: our devil said when besawnsHghtin one Grist Mills and all other machinery 5104 lit-

S to JO cent per ib*' while the St., LooU of those'beautiful 'p candles which'we ,Later. Prom"* -Australia._ t -* W'e find the following account cIa murder under February the, 1.S in Houston county 'Ga., and, this, country.
terf guidance of fond and Iron Brass
doting and Castings. .
bad t
merchant faun the
given >price of driedpears 'boughtpf; F. Waver,.&.Co *, BALTIMORE; "Feb. 28.:-The! steamship,. recently perpetrated in Hamilton Co., he soon became the'idol of the whole family;'for Steam Boat SawMill, and- ..therreplir15t't'hortnotice" ,

SI' ? ,-N .- :-_ __. "- We immediately -dre.UJIOO' this' remark As United h States'Sha has arved at New' York' from communicated the 'Savannah; Courier: he'was. beautiful to behold, and lovely in' l his' Machinery* purchased' from us will- .*.

: The.judge* of the Supreme Court. of the by suggesting 'that'the devil 'never ceasedhis wal" 10th 'of briigsathice'Dec/ from Australia ", MCDONALDWILKINSON- ; Co..tT ; actions ;.but; as_ if to punish hid idolizing;:parentsfor put m operation Insny'part'of-tbl S** 1
They have beenreceivedat : : February 23,1853.' j such love to' competent machinists, when' desired, &n f .-,
United,iSutea Waiimugibu have decided the child whom Heaven ., ,
t morolesb. ,
,attempts on thing'iw'cteil.Tbdetff Callao.Tboyield : -'
uj any of old'-tiris s. I"
> IbefKoscLt7SCOcase in.favor ofYavj. \ 5. ._CHAPMAN_ .Esq. last Thursday bad rDraWinI' t1oee to
said tob4million markd f." ha he"mrWo'i' and estimates furnished,"
if the wick. sterling''per! month
'" : retorted--especially Mr, William IIolmes'of ,
: 1 -- ( fall from'the -s
: evening ** -
t1iIrr ( ; .J 1- i ? ": Agricultural lamlJlo anna or'hi nurse, ge" '
1 Mr. Fjjhjwa.i { u .F1-:4't lIlly to; make jiis i ed article eclipsed./hat; manufactured of hog'aiad Thousands of prospects' 'were,' ; promrsihg..; co.iinfy)[ ,:Florida! \\yaa-murdered .hy injury to, hU: spine, which folio wed,and reive hai. MoON Y':& GOOKIN.

ttfj'; : ,I.. ",', I .'.', or bour't <* ; 1:1.> ,; : 1 immigrants. "'vycie J :' arrjjdat.yat'Me1bouthe. '.: the name of James Hall., Genlemen.rol .(cacti him to-an early grave.Whileyet In his 'Founders'antL'Mae *- I
tt4'i; ; 1.1 I I'i' 'I", '. j 1 JJ, 0. ,, o lhaf section, are,here JIr t f childhood. 'obedience_ .to'tho divine ord1nanf Jacksonville: ; March 1>163.1017

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*3i *For- Sale.. 0. J." CHAFEE, 'M. W. STAMAND, TKOS. H. CROFT. ,..._ ,. $ ADVERTISEMEUTS.---. -KAr.t.tsTO.': ACvtmStMENTC. .
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$ Valuable. Sugar and-'Cotton.' "'" .i, :1IAFEE: :) StAlArai' :'& >JI1IiT. ,:. ;: : .WEBSTE- -, 1iiI- - 'p LMEs. ;-Crews k_ J,, II IIt. !

Land in Florida.. No.-7 OEastBav, opposite:Fitzsimmons' "Wharf .WBOLESALK DCALCU. IX nLl'011TO31 &XD .w LJII.aa Jiuuu ;iff t I
mNlersigned offers'
mIlE : the folloTrtnj Val :' .II
abe Property forole.'rl.tlfySUGAR1)L.N'fATION r-r DRY noSJ'
'cIRL1sToL"f 'C ?' ( Jt ; F i' .h.ao. ".
known u St.Josepoa ._ tIj /; ; j

of',Matanza situated St. Johns county, at the Importers and Wholesale' Dealer*,inTorei nand f LEMOX ,SrKCT"Tri's; ; iSocccssors'ti''A..We11! Coat ihe old! .181 ELT flAT.cJ1AItLrox,".
beU in Graham 1
Swamp. .
ontaining 1300 acres,of which about 800 are of j Domestic Liquors,' Wines; Cordials barrel; kepi and in boxes of one doien.each., : Stand,} jl.8.JOHS., ,J.R. a&A1nEr "." .

rich loam bated on marl jfiOO 'are weD cleared :egar', Tobacco, &C-, and lanufacturers'I Jamaica Lime Juice, do do do do.;' Piano Forte aad EInsio Store. :NO. 195 BAY STREET .. J. cazxrs .., t
ditched of Lemon 11 Sardines, in whole, half, and quarter boxes JiMEsn.BxiinzTf2HLL
thoroughly and at present under cultivation Syrup of superior quality. JiD.n:3m ,
: '
about Lobsters l\ ekerel. Salmon and'Qanu in ]1 S VANNAH.GA"i j'nTtx .
; & 63 acres of wH re-supplied andaut j Ketp conrfcnrfw, hand canisters. M t.SOM.IJMaiT Pianos.Chore CANADtT, "."I. fl&kT. .
on an txtenare supply of L -
cane. Centrally located on the plantation I the follcmns article I East Jnt1i. Prp.pv.I ... and Parlor tferaphiaes and Melodeons fWVWEBSTBR.. GEQ.F.PALMES. janE-ly : '
vhtth their are vrtmrrd, .. npr ;n 1. r Q .
Steam mill -- v. Accordeons
u a superior Lngine,with rSogar and to srtf tn City and Country MIuzntionheirtcsiial I jars each.French. --D' ; Guitars,Violins, Sheet Music and ,
complete Sugar works capable of manufacturing liberal term: Instruction Books both of the oM and new way KIAPP.MAicTTAcTt& H'S BISCUIT BAE RY -
Cherries in boxes of
.in Brandy, 1 doz. :
10 1.U hhdl per day. and saw mill attached I I each. offers a large assortment of the abovenamed articles 9- |

running two single taws. Abo. finely situated : COCKAC BEANDT.-J. J. Dupnr J. Fruits in from the best manufactories in the United Of' .Iro.i3))lte f 'Z. "PF'Jt4T!. : \
Costfllon & Co. Brandy, in boxes of 1 dozen each j
J. 5
land new of the States. -
: ( on pin and commanding a whole Ilennerr.. Having spent twenty years in teaching I ; ji
J.'RoUl'se'j'Pmet. am>rt d.Do HARNESS $ CIlJ.l1LESTOr.s. C.'
*>Uatati n, a comfortable two story and attic dard & Co Le"er Freres, Otard, < Vocal and lostramental Musie, and being tho. SADDLES, ; 4c; t.c; -. -

name dwelling boose, eontainlng ten rooms, and J..&. ilartel, and other choice TV do Y' in'.their. own. juice, do do. roughly acquainted with the abovenamed instrument And Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia all Vinds of Tht'flobcr bf'r has' eor l.intlj an hand. \
necessary oat buildings. The works and build- nail pipes, quarter and eighth casks and in boxesof I ne r nuts,uo uo.Stuart's *, none need fear the snperierity of hu instruments PILOT i iII
i lap are all in complete order for immediate I Uor. each.AnuIcaN 1 and Lovering's Steam Refined Sugars. over those of teachers of less cultivated SADDLERY WARE. D-N.\YV, BREAD, iI iI
Abo a fine stock of several hundred BnANDT-4th proof in imitation of ear and less WINK.: SODA ,
ccet1ou. experience.; ttTTF.1t LE1UJON,W A.
\ head mixed Dwhams, and common breed of French,in hall pipes. quarter and eighth casks. Do Loaf, in boxes and half boxes of 16 loaves. All ordersjvroraptly attended to. Instrumentsnicely Cama r Trimnunv'T.ces, Fringes.'Patent TER SPtt R.SEED.A N D DYS- j it I

cattle, and a stock of about SO full breed West Do do let proof. in barrels. each.Do Crushed in barrels. packed and sent to any part of the State.. Leather. Springs Axles BantsYar.rnsb&c&c&e -- PEPTIC : 11 t
which will be sold with the HOLLAND Gn'-Pine Apple, Anchor, Cologneand Purchasers CRACKERS: GINn It
India Sheep, jJanta- and the Musical community are .
Do Ground Pulverized in barrels.Do .
tion,if desired or separately.ALSO. Clover] Leaf' Brands. or invited to'call an.) examine this stock, at : v p GER NUTS & &c. fIn ; i
Steam Refined Candy in boxes of 43 log. it
each. FURNITURE ROOMS BAY ST. Barrels. :Krrs and. bolk all warranted .

75 The acres tract, mostly known of high as ".heavy Ann hammock," containing and! I Do)to :Monongahcla O'Mara, Pittsburg, 1st and Sheaf 2d qaality.Rye and 1 and Almonds hard shell., best Bordeaux and "Marseilles, soft JlI.Ck.onvi1lellLrch- -. -. .-., -..-- .b--,-1- --52.---.ll-tful..-, -.- West- endotGibBiiWt, -" l g, : I of the be:t nuaity! :
prairie baring baaed on a rich marl.soil from thise to dx feet Do BaltimoreVertern Bourbon. Rye and New 1], Castile Soap of superior quality, in bos.es of DISSOLUTION.FIRM M A HJC.. E'T SQ tJ A E-.1'r, .3 A.V..A.. ." S A H. .. O5- Boxes: assorted Cracker for Families. t
in about 25 Ib4. ach. -- "
rViE 1 jan 6-3. R.'S. MrLLia.
ALSO, Orleans rectified. I heretofore, existing under the
The two tracts known respectively as 1al\ RrM-Old Jamaica, St. Croix, New Orleans Soap, Jackson' No. 1. ti. name and style of Plummet & Bowden, is A large ortment always on hand. and -
Corks, Velvet Wine, in bales, and bags of 7 for sale at the lowest -
this dissolved
Compra" and "Della'lortL" adjoining each and New England. earh. day by mutual consent. James prices. jan273mBEH1&FQSTEB McCARTER. & CO. "
other.and being at the Lead and on the Eastside .PEACH EuASDr-Old North Carolina and Vir gross Plummet, Esq., will settle all demands against II ,
Bottle 7
Alatantaa_ _Hirer, and, containing in all ginia. u. 1'_,, T common.._ __-i rr__, bags.. I gross." said firm, and all persons indebted will please (*t'CCU"f1R"TO MVARTER& J.cc.) I I II
1175 acres. :.1-be Doutaeru half(f Mala Coicpra APPLE USATOY->ew Jersey and North caro- .L Do Velvet'''n 'U'U Demijohn Lup 4 01 and 3 i gross make nI payment Thomas Howden. as he is the WKOLESALS, :
which U of heavy anoi and St. Ann, lie Vinegar, White Wine, in casks..

immediately might be conveniently contiguous cultivated to St. Josephs with it,, thus and!; lose eoJDJAL-Ncyt&1J., Cinnamon! : and Peppermint.Perfect Love, Annisatt, Do SEOAES, Cider-A or large Apple assortment, in barrels.of Rio Hondos landann.Jan. &, 1352.THOMAS. BOWDEN.J27-4t SAVANNAH GEORGIA., B EODEll1li A I II SIATIOJIIS, : i i>rt rtI

extensive \Vrtus-Madeira, Newton Gordon,Cossart & !
Plantation of
an Sugar '
funning i
upwards Co.. Leacock and Jardine in 4 and J cask. Consolacion, Filantropa Washington, and other NOTICB. Corner Afcef ing'cniPhttkneytti I
of 210( acres. The balance of these two I choice brands, of direct importation. Also Flu- 'P. H. BEHf, JOUN FOSTER. 1
Port, Page's Key and other choice brands. LL person having demand against the '
is of Lire Oak hammock. based closely f
tracts on rides, Havana Cheroots and Cuba Sixes. .1 Cliaricston S. C i
?L estate of John W. Powers late of Colanibi jan27-6m ,
concreted shell stone or inoic- Sherry pale. Duff Gordon & Co., Benitau and I,
coquina favoring : Toiurco-P. Robinson's celebrated Honey '
other choice brands.Do comity d-t-eaied, nt hereby notihVd to ----- -- -
tare, aDd pf the first quality for Sea Island Cotton Dew 4 lb. in whole and half boxes of 1t() pre- of law :
and Tobacco They be do Brown, do do. I ee. t them du'j! proven,wIthin the time prescribed McMAHON & DOYLE leA: compete aujwtmpnt :I
might easily brought
under Do TeneriBe, Ventoso's London Ptrticu1aranJ Ibs.each. by)law. or thi notice will hr- plead in bar: of pay- KDICAUSCHOOL ami CEU.ANEOUS'' r
cultivation hATing been in )ears passed Do and in of about
Rough Ready kegs 11
"> cultivated in Cotton. of whicti the yield was I Cargo do. bs, each. ICO m .nt : and nfl persons indebted to said estate WHOLESALE DEALERS INISfilPfflill BOOKS, togrllirr With BLANK BOOKSiPAPER
Do Madeira casks. I ar requested to make iDltnrliatenywl'ut.l'u ,
frequently one hUe of ginned cotton to the acre. Sicily quarter DorOT(1'S Premium Tobacco in 5's S's and and STATIONKRT, of everydecriptoi .
Do Malair, and sweet, in 4 and J casks. J. \VRUHIT, Sheriff,
dry gilD BI t'
There is
the number of
on sweet I
a large kept cont1 tantlr on hand and of.
LONDON l'ollTEr.-BY : and pints. I,lib.Do Ex. t>fl. Adm'r.
orange, pomegranate, 1g lemon and peach quart El Dorado in boxes JO to 45 Ibs. each I j
Vllijratrtr, Janiary 7th, 1 Ni3. 13-6m fered at the iowt-st pricv jan6-6tn
Scotch and East India Ale, & r.ints.1
trees and an titi'Btive sour orange grove, all Do And a variety. of other brands. in j'a.. S's.. and --- -,-- --- --- ----- FOREIGN( AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.NO. :
of which, with roper attention, can lie easily Cnnfl'\G"F.l'I ER-UO e3,dozen one dozen each.cacn.Ilo Ii Ib. plugs. Boo; ( ood aid Bonse 190 BAY STREET, ;
do Casks, three and six
restored to their
once promising Tobacco in boxes of 5 anIS GHAELESTOI HOTEL
Smoking dozen. It ItBf
All of the above tracts are situated between WINE BITTEES-Boxes; one dozen each, and on t 4 and 8 or. papers. .1 I P V ETCH Jacksrttivillc.andits thex thanksio,ic'nity tho inhabItants for their libe-of (Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Johnston & Co.) .

one or two miles from the ocean, of healthy draught. Wine Bof tie French German Patent in :
j ?- and .
) estoive l th@m since Formerly occupied by C'uit. 'j.l
location and in cumeaieut communication with CordieK assorted, do do. .ach.Fla r' patronage npoei they coinnceil Esq.
Claret Wine do lo. hampers, one gross m businc; aid hopp' by strict aitenfion to MIXER.. I
the City of St. Augustine, beisg'about thirty >k.-Quarts, pints, and half pints. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. j
nWiitacoriiuuanr'Bof the *
Madeira (10 do. I pi' a." to fame
wiles to the South, by land, and about the mid Pmtknefr '
same Demijohn's 2, 3. 4. and 5 gallons. :Meeting street brtvten Haijne
full M'XAIIOX.
Port do do. They havecin'tartly un ban.l a assortment JOHN JA3IES DOYLE.
distance by w..ter, by the Matanzas Hirer.ALSO .
Pearl .
Candles- Adamantine.
Sherry do do. i o. Dry" Goods. Reaiy Mail,- Clothin"". Huts andips CllAULESTOX. S. C. ]

The tract known "New 16 Champagse in la'kcts.one dozen cach. qnarts, Pickles ind Sauces. C;i [Boot ami SU'e", Stationery, 1 lard ware, jan27-ly .' I
as Hope, lying -
TEA*-Hyaon luipcrul and Block
and pin-flai, Hcidseick Douche, Calboruj i C f uckt-ry,Gi ocerieslrovi,Drugii and Medici 11
miles by water North of'to Augustine and be- .
jan 5lyDR.S.KCEEWEIJ \\ice, &c & .. which CU- At fBSO ILJESSQI : *
tween the North river aid (>u.ina creek. both and other bramls. ie Segars 1 they are : S & t\ ,
The above of the finest Wines in"at tho cry lowestcash prices. )
nnvagablc for large boats. It contains 573 11 comprise some I :
acres Commission lilerchant.
irnportl'd.I acksonrille. Jan.), l'4.'d. FACTORS AND GENERAL :
of hammock and pine land.and is well situatedand -, f
-- -- ---
for I .- --- -- -- WHOLESALE DEitER 1 Fin i
rWiDg.A LOO, I Doct. Josiah Aslmrst I 1 OOKS.-This Pajer is very tough: slows GA. Groceries and Liquors. 1:

I TILL keep constantly on hand MedicInes Dentist Q) up a perfect and distinct copy and o2er
9300 acres ofatlimproved1a.nz.at Salt Spring. 'T\, Surgeon G.W. ASDEHSOJ, 3.W. AIDER'OX, J J. JACKO N. NO. 139 EAST BAY, I
at the north end ot Lake V for the cure of all Chronic m'eases. .No the advantage George, on the St. I
Johns river,immediately! west of braytoa Land.! ,I charge male for examinations and prescriptions:|1yOULD S1V to all who entertain doubts of > written upon withou rj.readinf. The Book'sare jan 7.ly CHAKtESTOS, 8. C.Jan6ly ;
'! efuiue:. of Arti5ci.il Teeth, to give well bound and and are sold at tho '
The track embraces "Salt : "Salt and what is of most imfortante, no charge will i paged _
-|IrilJr creek," which nearly etjimly irinand divides it be mvla for failures as they lire dear at any:him a call, and examine his beautiful( style of II' | manufacturer's prices in single ones or in quanti. WM. R. SYMONS _- I Ii I
Lluckium Teeth. These arc adapted to the ;
Among his Medicine will be ties. COrniCT.mmUNGS k co.
through its whole length and is navigable from price founJ1 1 I' I ,
mouth on the atmospheric or motion principle,
the river for boats of thre. or four feet.1r Ught.The Compound Tonic Pills; i and with so much suece B that it i* scarcely everfound PEXTDOUBLE LEVER COPYING DRAPER AND \VhoIfale! and Retail Dealers in '
AntLcbrile Pills
I land is or Antibilioua ; PRESS. 'l'A.lLOn'l I
mostly rolling yellow pine of the tr t nece.sary to use springs. All the various :
quality, entirely free from Palmetto ofar.y kind, Pile Ointment: forfeit I IGonorrhealand operations in Dental Surgery, that can contribute With' this press copies arc taken with moreea AND DEALER SADBL1& BRIDilS .
and thonzht to be good cotton land together with other Mixture-$10 for,,to the health and preservation of the natural rome considerable bodies of cabbage and live failures:no Balsams or usual remedies. j' Press and others ordma-ily in eIt does not CARPET BAGS
[ and Gums,delicately, though at the ame if *
oak hammock,and prairie contiguous to the creek. All Medicines infallible.Dropsical i|time permanently perfuruifd. require fastening down and is not liable to get 1--0.17 WIIITTAKER STREET I ESS9 Ii Ii1IA.n.
llieir.eoi-ccrcs warranted. I
The location also embraces facilities for constructing out of order. I
j operations warranted perfect. or no charge. SAVANNAH, GA.
Address all communications to Ur. Josiah AsTiurct tlC.
one of the largest and most practicable water Residence the buCington House. Ladies METALLIC DAMPENER, WHIPS TKCSKS, TALISE, &Cn &Ci
powers as, independent of the now from the Jacksonville, East Flori'U postage. paid I Gloves Supemler?, Shirt anti! Gentlemen's
the ,
be waited upon at their residences, if UesiieJ.JIar.h Superseding uu of the Brush Wet Cloth. NO. 165 MEETING STREET, ;I
,. I or please call find examine certu'eateand referred
spring the water of lake Cherchell about four i
and all: articles
i 3-tf Blotting Paper, (sating the time and trouble Furnishing generally ,
March 17-tf
miles in length by one mile in breadth, may be I to gentlemen. I II incident to their use;) with it a perfect copy Opposite: Charleston HoteL i I

made available by a canal of about H> chains in always be secured with jan27-ly f LN.A.COENkCOHN
I Just received mar any press. jan 6. CIM RtESTOS, s. C. '
length, yielding an inexhaustible supply witha I Snufif( and Tobacco. The undersigned are the s>le and exclusive LVD SE EJIPURIUM i y "
fill of at least 13 feet. The spring itself, the ':Per str. Carolina from Charleston Agents for Georgia anil Florida for the above articles BUTTER CHE 1t j
water. of which has bcen analyze by Prof. j PETER LOU1LLA11D, MANUFACTURER,]; and Lave intde arrangenii'iitd by which BVSAVANNAH .

Chelton of New York, aiid s1."wn'to be of "val-i "*0. 42 Chatiiam aft, ffcw York, I I.FFERSfor i FIE Fruits; Fruits in Brandy; they are enabled to dispose of them at the manu Importers & Dealers of 1'1 j
tuible medicinal prujierties, is of capacious dimensions Lemon Syrup; Assorted Cordials; facturer's prices.American 0'
being 60 yards in diameter and most ).' sale the following articles wrv' -r Old Lerry and Port Wines; -.m"ijJ I ;ID mm'i Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods, : 1
eligibly and picturesquely lucafexl. its jnitiou I I ranted of superior quality:-Maceoboy.j] Old Cojrnae and Pale Crnndy: and Enzli'i. Cnp/m, Writing, ,;
I Scotch Coarse French Uapi e and other Snufli;! ( Carmineand Reel Ink NO. 175 EAST BAY.Opposite J IH! |
in a commercial agricultural point of view, '] Champagne Ci'lerV.. W. Vinegar; *, GEORGIA, ,
with its advantages in constructing a boat canal I also Fine Cut Tobacco in tin-foil and papers ; amore Pickled Clams, Lobsters, Salmon and of the best quality, constantly hand. Also Corner of S. S. Farrar &Bro. f t5 .
of the
various articlescan
Ij I of enly a few wiles across to the Gulf of Mexico i PartiUlar description Mackerel; Marking Ink, by the gallon or barreL WHOLESALE DEALER ISBUTTER 111
bust before very loiig, draw the attention of thelters be known Ly sending for a full price current Also- They have also made large additions to their AND CHEESE jan6-6tn CHARLESTON 8. C. ''I

and mercLuiU of that fertile region. above., ,3in BUT 17 Havana Cheroot,and "Cnba Six"Sesarsj stock of Writing Papers of every description '
ALSO, -- A choice lot of Superior >o. 1 Family Liberal discounts made when sold in quantitiesof ij !

Two traots cC'nt.j..ir'gO 1)) acres on the west Guardian's Sale. Soap. fie reams awl upwards. DIRECT TOM SARDWAEE.6cCo 1 1I 1

''I end-p*! <>:; the ( nt fi<\? of St. Johns liver, O N the third Mon.iay of April nest will be .E. L. HARRISON & CO. Mathematical Instruments, Surveyors' Com- GOSHEN NEW YORK.

bout 12 mllc-i aWio PjJatka and having a sold before the Court house door at De-oto.I Jacksonville, March 1, :J Z.Zt pu.ss, Chains, Drafting Materials, &c. &c. 1I
river front etch < nt-out four miles in extent. Hcrnaudo county, within the usual hours, all the I I They have facilities fur executing Bookbinding jan27-ly J
That ou tilt ui--t ot the river u mostly of piue I land b I'Ja'ping to the estate of William C in all the various styles and of making up Blank DIRECT DCPOKTEKS OF I

and a"lu.a. UuJ_ at.embraces the site of the I ford. To wit : the S. E. 5 of sec. 27 ; the lI.w-1 I Caution.I ISuoks ruled to any pattern, ill which they put HARD-WARE, CUTLERY GUNS PIS- :

ICtiglMj lutlun trj.Ji!g Hore. of 1'jnton Lesly & i i of the S. \"'. Jofteo 54,and the W j of the :.i hereby forewarn all persons from crediting the best of gto<-k. Also of Card,Circular Label MIIRE AHll llEbliICSOL TOLS, &c., !
{:.., known old which 1 L. 4 ot sec. 33. In Township 21, E. Range 17.I, '
now as 'hansbly's store, ,JS. my wife, Thirzzy Bush; as I will pay no and Fancy Printing. J'rj.35JIagne&rezt\ I
i:' it* lj v"'nii'gci"ncr' ,ud rues thence couth to I Situate a ad being in lleruando county. Sad'debts contracted by her. Foreign Books iinnorte-l at New York prices. WUOLESALC DUCGGISTS, I IlS
tLe viduw Pau.rcc's "old fields,"thence west and j' lands ar v nluable for the cellar Timber they | ISAAC C. BUSH. I JOrIN M. COOPEK & CO. Ci S5 a G9* i a )

J M'liii tw upuiut ":poaite the begiiiuiag. The tain. Per sons desiring to purchase may obtain| aeksonville, March 1st,1*;'. 3-3t Savannah Feb. ICth. AND DEALERS IX WM. c. COUrtTN Y, G.Be TENNENT

otic oil tin cjr-t "'\'. <,f the river lies between j, further J>particulars bj calling on A. Clarke. Esq. PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, $c. JAMESS.EVA.S. l
tie piaf.: t',, ?:: "i.uSalo Lluff" and "Mount i, of said county. M. \VlI SMITH, !I CLOTHING.Subscriber jan6lyMANCrACTCRER I
'j uckLT.' "-:j.< a large body of well timbered I mar 17 tls Guardian. Goshen Butter. MUSTARD, SPICES & SNUFF, ---- t

].iut Ur.j. u 11,1.:ains M.I,te excellent hainmot, (News copy twice.) :I ;; Kegs of Goshen utter. Just received rr.ur having on hand large and PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, &c., /A. AMBLER
I J. fine selection of(Heady Made i ,
and M-it-rai u .. bi&fl's: very Clothingand
>j w uueU and eligible sites :jJand fur sal byJ.UIE:5 1
fur rsiien'es. LY:1 recent survey the west IIANILA.M, Boots and Shoes, offers to close oat the stock AND LANDRETH'S CARDEX SEEDS, AND DEALER B* .1
tract hj-i b--c; -di."i.td to 29-t<)jureaani the wueoa : ., Opposite Dr. Byrne's Building, nearly at coat rather than keep them over the GIBBON'S BUILDINGS, SAVANNAH, GA. I
the o-t eidc 'f s he river to 34UG. It is believed, mar3 Larstreet.Loiidoii summer. Gents wishing to supply themselves
h.*f ver, ti.at so d 1!jcit will be made up 14T, withdreo'nng articles will find this rare chance, jan27.6m 161 MEETING-STREET, ;
fe' will be received A. Savannah also Planters who wish to supply their negroes
Propo.aaL4 r pureiiu by Bay street
\v. Vvnik.fr, l.s'j. of .New Orleans John Peck ,' Porter. with coarse clothing and shoes, will do well to HARD W A. It E. janC-ly cHAttLtsrox I. C.tie.ieItat j
all times assortment of fine 'Ii
LQ. of .% *' 'i..-. Duuj.imin A. Lavender AT keen a large 'I call. i
c Eq.ofRaitlrjire CLOTH A1'I. Casks of London Porter It. B. Byaa's.Just & Wareb. .
(;,'urge U'asLington, Es Last Florida,or to myself the latter CASSLMERES, AND. 1'ESTIXGS, I IWhieh JAMES IIAMIAM, celled in neatness or fashion.L. I a full supply of Hardware ; consisting of 0-0.161, MEETING ST., opposite Charfes- .

plaCe r><.. r>aij.JusliPH. they are prepared to make to measure in Oppoit.e i Ir. Byrne's Building, 15. A.MERMAN, Cutlery Cooking Utensils, Mill Saws, Cross Cut jJ ton Il teU Charleston. The undersigned t .k
I M. HERNANDEZ. the Lest manner.Tadymade. Also niarS Bay streef. Corner Bar and Mewnan Streets. Saws, Hoes,Chains Nails,Axes,Blacksmith and has in Store and i. constantly receiving from his '.
St.Acgustine, March tith, ISA. mar 17-tf Jacksonville, Feb. 3, iS3.NOTICE.. Car nteN' ToollI. and all other Articles usually several manufacturers, all of the diflere & kinds -"

Clothing. J H. G. HcCUTCHEN kept in my line of business. of hATS and CAPS suitable for the I01IClaem i
Stock of FINE C. HOPKINS, Agent. and southwestern markets, to which 1M invites&be
A of '
large Clothing, good materials i
Life Insurance. ned well made. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jf o. 177 Congress St., Savannah, Ga. attention of merchant de'innj goods in his lid. ,'
T THE of six week I will
A expiration ap.lu' i in the brsine b.
WASHINGTON D. C. experience
With a V.are variety oF.XClRTCLES., CITY ply to the Comniiisioner of Penionor jan27-ly Having many years and tiali his ,

I Hats, Cap:Cane. tmrrdlaShirttl, Cratts. in the Courts of the District. and duplicate! to Land Warrant number 10,24, issued ,flatters himself that in prices D.A.AMBLER. .: "t .
THE CHARTER OAK Stocks, Sc.rf &e. will be,Practices Claims for Pay, Pensions to me on the 7th dtyof October 135', for STOVE DEPOTAND goods cannot be excelled.. .41( | I

sold at the LOWEST PRICES. bounty Land, Lost Horses, &e. !&)acres under act of Congress passed Septem- -- .
Life Insurance Company tiavanna h, March 4th, l'.>. 10-Iy \ 1st. .By a late, act,of Congress,.all,iriilom of 25, 1S50, which has been stolen from my house. GENERAL FURNISIING WARE I ew Stock spring trowa.iJdiliu .. I, .
-- ---- --
4 OF. IIAU.TKOIID COAX. revolutionary ooiuiers are rnuueu io rensiiins. And, I warn all persons' cot to trade for the said II 0 USE. t :

NOTLCK. j 2d. The widows of officers and soldiers of the Warrant, inasmuch as 1 have neither sold, assigned 10 12 AND 1-1 BARSARD STREET. SAVANSAH: ,CEO. llA ,
CAPITAL $200.000. ,Late War, War with Mexico, and the Florida nor empowered any person to sell assign, invites SB lillhJLNO.3oL'4.tJJg.SoflthoftJLtPodfffice .
Subscriber most respectfully a
"WS hereby given that six weeks after date I I IL.
War, are entitled to Pensions, if their husbands locate the for me. THE
by the State,with Urge and increas j or same at his Establishment, where everv effort : :
:Endorsed shall npty to the honorable the Judge of ,
were killed in service, or died disease contracted feb3-6w RICHARD TILLIS.
lul The largest
nr receipts. will be made to give satisfaction.
. Probate of ilernando County, fur letters of Administration -
while in service.
n' ALPkt.j> GILL President Jons L. BmcC'E I most varied assortment of Cooking and Parlor CHARLESTON S.; C.
; on the estate of Daniel Simmons. Gold and Silver Ware. and
' 31. All widows who have received five Watches
T'iee I'reiilent J AWE'Ir the best Manufacture AU
; ALu.T, 'eereb\ry. Lite of said county. Stoves from I ,
entitled renewal of their Pension MILIEU & CO.
are to a L. II. ,
; Finance Comwittee.-Gao. BEArIt, Esq., Prosi&ent MITCHELL McCARTr.Hernando kinds of Hollow Ware Hardware, CutUery Subscriber offer for sale a .le1eetad.It t
of l'hcenix EMnl; 1) F. lOBiloSU""p Esq., Co., Feb. 3d, 1&53. 17-6w WHOLESALE Wooden-ware, Brushes,Gun*-single and double rmHE assortment of the above Goods"peeiaDr ...
d, I President Hartford Bank; lion. ISAAC TOCCET, These can be obtained by addressing as abovo, WATCH JEWELRY HOUSE, barrels. Pistols,Brittania and Gloss Fluid Lamps, the Southern trade,which wilt be sold "

, If,f late Attorney General of the United States. post paid. Feb.2.l-6m No.227 Baltimore st., S. E. cor. of Charles st. &c.. &o. Also constantly manufacturing all at adapted the lowest to rates for cash or approved.I aper.

i This Company insure en the mutual plan of Notice. TT3IPOKTEKS English and Swiss Watches kinds of Plain, Planished and apanad Tin-ware Merchants visiting the city are inriUd, to an

one half ca h at the usual rates, or ou the cash IX weeks after date I shall apply to the lion Brought to Jail. ia. and tools of every description, Watch case Camphene and Burning Fluid--constantly on inspection of the stock -

plan at twenty per cent. lower rate*. IL) Judge of( Probate of the County of Pnval, NEGRO MAN"; gays he belongs to HEN- Makers and Manufacturers of fine Gold Jewelry.We hand. [ %- ,] J. S.B.URJCE. R. A. PRINGLE

Persons about visiting California or Australiacan for letters of administration on the estate of John I A ItY A11M3TK.ONG, Alachua County callthe attention of Southern and Western 3oEasttaySouthoftbsFOdO&0.
;j insure their lives in this Company on the Ford,deceased. Florida dealers \Vatches. Jewelry and Silver Ware to JNO. M. COOPER CO., 6-6m Charleston C. :

,, most reasonable term PATRICK II. PRICE. I Said Negro about five feet 2 or 3 inches high, our very extensive stock. assuring them that in jan ., -' --_-
\I Slaves insured at the usual rate of othe- com Jackionville, February 11, 1S33. 24-6t light complexion. The owner is requested to no article in our Use shall we allow anYCiltatfuhment WUOLESALE AIm RETAIL BEJlLKR IS | MirMnf.ir Mirj. rf

panies. come forward, charges and to surpass ns, either in quantity quality or CARPENTER'S WORK
[ prove pay ,
Have yon made that provision for those dear take him away. or low prices. Wd are the only Wholesale Housein Books 05 Stationery, ,
: j to yon which Trill leave them free from want Notice. T. G. MYERS, this branch of trade in llalthnore, and shall

when you can DO longer help them 1 If not,now Feb. 16,1S33. 24tf. Jailor. use every fair means to induce Southern and WeM- CORNER WHITAKER' ST.JULIAN ST&, ..FOIhCASI1 ONLY. :
SEC weeks after date I shall '
to tho lion.I .
isthutimetodoso. apply tern merchant U open accounts with us. Our So. C Waring' R"SeSAVANNAH. Informs his '
Judge of Probate of the nT1IIC nndewigned respectfully l t -
The Agent of the above strong and reliable COunty of Dora Dissolution Notice. terms shall be as liberal and accommodating as 1l friends and the public that he Is prepared '.
for letters of Administration
Company will be in Jacksonville iroui next Fri on the estate of can possibly be found in the United States. 4'; ,

day until Monday, to receive the aj'plicationa of Stephen Williamson deceased.PATRICK 'fHlIIE COPARTNERSinP heretofore exirtJL We will take great pleasnre in shewing our 310.1 COOEE. ,. Vnt. A. OLCOTT. K.KNAIT. to executeCARPENTER'S.-WORK 'd: 't-
all who may wish to be insured.A. PRICE. ing under the name JOHN 41. PAYNE, goods to Southern and Wcatczn merchants, ti-
WILBUR, Agent. Jacksonville February 11, li3. 24-6t is hereby dissolved by mutual consent whether they.p n accounts with us or not. Printing and Bookbinding executed ,wills I I of every description, upon cash terms, aDd 11. :
John M. all the outstanding L. MILLER & CO., neatness and despatcfi. shall givw estiaan
Fanner Fire Xnnnranre I Payne assuming other. AU work done by me .: '.
Company, ,
rile,Sn,- TorltApplicationg for insurance Who wants to insure his Life ? liabilities of mid rmirrrn here and else- -feb3-6m---Importer- of Watches- ,Baltimore. Foreign Books imported to order at N. Y.prices.. tion, both M to qnality and promptDe81 ia.11 .- .

in either of the% above companies will be received Undersigned would take this opportu where. JOHN HENRY M.D.HOLLAND PAYNE, Notice.: :, --Feb- -10-tf--. ._. __ formance.- n' ____&_ ___,_ .,..1_..'.rforwh1chmychArge3wmbemodera -.. wiw-..,-._ t.
-- ----"-'
by March 17. (News A.)WILBUR. THE, inform his old friends and the public.I Jacksonrille 14tli February, 1853. 24-Im A LL persons are forewarned from trading for 1- 0 r rr
copy. generally,that he has removed from his old etand &. Land Warrant No. 16,323, issued to John NOTICE.KTY 'M H.GODDIN. rf

I awl cv up INDIA RUBBER GOODS. Williamson, for 160 acres of land, which was DAYS from.date I make probate of JacksonvilleJan., ..21. ,1S53.. 3aa 'I f.
Spiritualist's Library. The Storein properlY transferred by said Williamson in blank S the nuncupative will of t Cleorge Vf. Stewart, I. .
J Drug II THE Subscriber woul respectfully call the as I am the proper owner of said warrant, and deceased, before the Judge of Probate for Colombia New Goods. 'i

PARTRIDGE & BRITTAN, a more pleasant and convenient location. of his old customers and merchants shall at the expiration of six weeks make appli- county ; and hereby notify .the next of rE'IlE:'subscriber just reeeivedper"Joseph: .0 ..

Kw York, Those wishing to secure Fresh Drugs at low throughout the United States and Canada to his cation to the proper department for a duplicate kin to the'deceased,that they may come forward .Jh. Grice,"from New York and for ftkj:. -
" a complete as ortment of Books and prices will find it to their advantage to call At stock of Rubber Goods, manufactured by him- of the same, as said wairant was lost throughthe and contest the some if they see tit. Ham, Smoked Tongues 3 I
HAVE odical.devoted to the facts philosophy I JVTo. 1 telf expressly for the spring trade of .'. His mail while. on its way to New York. CHARLES; C. STEWART. No. 1 Macke-cl ,- 0 u 1 .'
is 4
particularly JOEl. B. SMITH.Mieanopy -
and of 19,1333.
advocacy which will January 'I ,
Spiritualism they Cheese 0 0
Byrne's New deserving of inflection; as it has never before Fla., March 4th, 1S53. 10-6t ;
supply in ,and the Building
any quantity on most favorable been so complete. nor the articles more perfect.- Potatoes; ,;'t '" .' i
terms. We refer to the Spiritual Telegraph for nAY STREET. Notice.I NOT ICE.IT a Onions; : ';'. ":" !: 1 \
a list of our Books,prices. rate of tie. AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF Butter Crackers :t. J. .
TilE SPIRITUAL postage Don't forget to look for the number! Then will for sale in front of the Courthouse I >b". I If t tPilot"
TEIEGtlAI'1fweekly is a Coats, Capes Pants, Overalls, Leggings, Carriage HEREBY notify all persons not to receive or expose Sugar do. "
paper, devoted to the Elucidation of, call for any thing in the line of- Cloth, Wading Pants, Piano Covers negotiate a note drawn by me in favor of W.V. ,n. door u Nassau county, on the Sat Monday. I Bread; 0 ; I

Spiritual Phenomena and contains a record of DragSjCheniicals, PerfirmeryPatats (Gloves, Caps, Machine Belting, Engine \ Scott, for twelve hundred dollars, as I do not in July next, one tract of land Pons owned now'by Pet rPons I Starch mad Peppeor ;
the most interesting facts &c. A Life Preservers Air said note to or heirs of said Peter residingin Shot, -3'
very interesting Oils Dye Stnfs Packing Balls, feel justified in satisfying any person of land contains'nine hun- ,Buck. and Drop --
discussion of the facts and philosophy of the Whip, and every description of Rubber Goods but the party in whose favor it was originally! Cuba. Said tract JAS..LLVINCST0NAg'tJacksonville. ; :
Manifestations, Is now injeoorse of i hand. The above MOSES BARBER. dred acres more or less; said land being and lyingon : !
publication Spices, Stationery, Boots, &c. &c. constantly on are warrantedto drawn. MilbJ' ,on the south side ;March *, 1S5S.' .
between Dr. B. UMlicbmond and 3. B. Brittan. stand Any climate, and will be sold at most reasonable ,March 10th.1S33-. a swamp Called alU.p .1
For the quality uf hu Medicines the Public the lands ct james '
Mills',and adjoining
of said
AU the back numbers be Orders solicited
can furnished subscription are referred to all the practising Physician prices. and promptly attended Kl l.my absence trow the State GEORSE Hi< inbotham.. Said land to be mid to satisfytheTax .NewArrival. 1"' t < I

price,$1 fiOperannnau Specimen copies .T._._;'.. _._':IILO.Physicians'I1_. I toby DlJ W.CALL will act as my Attorney.S. .' and expenses of A.D.,1332. 0: 'f t
sent rax. D. HOD3MAN 27 Maiden i
The increasing interest and rapid stock, and Planter chests, neatlyand First corner from Broadway, and Lane, .:SPENCER. -A. BRADDOCK, ,Tax Collector o ''Baskets Hetdsdck Cha' .pau, ; ,. ..:: ..) ; f f ?
occurrence Marsh 1SJ3. 10 Tea
carefully Jacksonville, 3J 'for Nassancormty. 1 chest Onlong ;
packed and forwarded. ,
I >
of jan27-td 4'f' ti
facts demand more space and additional 5!)JVossau street New York .4';: .
aeryie : Soda Crackers ,
He will hand 2 bbls ;
keep on a lull supply of SUR .
*, and the" : (Volume 11, to commence GICAL jan 27-3m Circuit Court, State of Florida tsontlicru leas/ Pickles .jjJ : 4
INSTRUMENTS all.ki ; i
in May next,), will beereatly' of and or Circuit Monroe County Pall Term, '" ..
enlarged the finest quality. I' Charles :: Da Waal, Auctioneer : l bbl do" do I
after whieh the will be Two & .. !
price Dollars. HERNANDEZ REYES I 1859. No.Mackerel : I
THE SHEhiSAH.Volume 1L U being i issued Also a great variety of Toys and v Catharine Welch 5 :.' JACKSONVILLE; E.F. 0 '2 91roxe.bbls Raisins: ? lr ,' ,:i:1f_ j 0

MonUly. *!*devoted to mental and Spiritual FANCYARTICLES: Drapers and_ Tailors; vs. >BIQ in chancery for divorce.- 1 Sole in anT part of the County. attended to. 2 bbls.Coffee iSnjr rj ;- sst '. t t
.Science. lt etntaios many important facti and Don't ftl t eaH ; John Welsh. ) and respectfully solicited. 0 "'.-" n': r : f .
and Bee ns, whether yon buy JAlJ\.I'iUN V lLLE E. F., 10 boxes Patent Candies .
pw BB4 exposition of theprycholcgical on or not. Get Almanae appearing to the satisfaction of the txrort, November lift 1332. : 0' .'o.+} 1
an IcastSeoUhAlej
gratis,and tell all REYES' IT *
your 1fERNANDEZ" & ,return 'their in this that :
wjiiehthey Aepeni. Each.number contains'at by-iflSdavjt made and filed cause, '*>* i i
lead 4S pages of orifinal matter from. the'ablest mend Stoek on roar bare,return what a fino Store and Jl thanks to their-Friends and the Pnblie the .boTomcntiooeJ John Wefck 're dee.out of ,,H is Auction Rooms and Store-house.kept- 3 boxes.Mustard; ;:r. .t I Iy I I'I

eoJ1triba.. and it embellished*ith ,a'portrait yon seen.JNOJ generally for the liberal patronage they have re this Circuit, but in the State of Florid',to wit, on Bay Street near the principal market; where 2 quintal Codflslt; -- i
on steel of some. .Spiritualist Hefonner. )PAYNE." .' ceived &ra4hope.;by strict attention to1'business in the Western CIrcuit It ia ordered-that he he keeps on band at all aeuonsofthe. ,.earon bbl Old ItysVbieke7! ;.. :. ti-.f I t '
or 'tzonriUsFeb.23i$3.; m3tfNotice. to merit continuance of the the most reasonable terms,family Groceries.and 10 boxes Cheese .. 1
Terms f3 per annum a same. Having received appear and answer aid bill on the first Monday 't t
rams tat nbuneof the SheWnah W. elegantly the'latest styles direct from the North,' 'April nexti otherwise the 'complainant bill Provisions for cash or country produce.: ,5 ken Butter;. .F-. .( .; :1

IJriz4edan& fc .&ra4 tu;tatrfratle.merits and they are prepared execute all work entrusted will lie taken pro nfe8llO against him. And that Good sent to Subscriber on Commission either 10 bbLs Irish Potaioei.. iiri : 'Jancl I0
attlo aut1"nUUejt to their care with despatch,and in a workmanlike this order be published in,some newspaper pablUhed for private or auction disposaL will be quickly 0 lud're eivet ; 0
1.a: in par..c.aa
brar.T, lriee, fa phwe: everymcodnL TO'make satisfactory arrangements, bare manner. They invite all to give-them a call,on in the State for,.two months before the md attended to and .amounts,speedily forwarded.-' *aa1e'. :
tlrbmutbr.. p 60' gilt over all the notes and accounts of Newnan street- 2d doorfrom Dr. Byrne's'new first MondayofAtirit ., ., ,. ."'. Subscriber has been;known in toil community for ": .' 'I.W.Atn'D- -J.rn. .
Plnmmer& Bowden ,to James,Plummer .* *, the that their '' LANCASTER number .as auctioneer and otherwise.He ''uare 1 .. Jo-.t .;,,
'AUbOfIZdlUOOIIflt5fle t th.or, dIuI35 ,. :buildiag assuring publifl .prices (Signed "JOS.B. a yean ,.. .10853I,. 0 .t'. ,
"J'1th !!11'AK.TlUDGE Jt' duly authorized tO.:collect. All. persons... shall be moderate,and'all garments warranted to .:Indgo.Southern Circuit. State of Florid., offer BO recommendations, but detirw that 0

'. .l. : IComtla.4L RrrrAN, :; please make." ,nayment, as soon as possible.. fi''i': *A:trne copy from.th reconL#Attests ,." inquiries should be made regarding himself .of :; -Per 1aIe ,-- ?!'1.! '
:" mar'X'. mo._ ".YorJ. *.** *"" : THOMAS. .'nrromr". I ,ii;.:n.Cutting.,and Repairing. .done at' the '.'". .; .14J3scewsrz,Pfrlt U. .C.. .' any Commercial'U W18 at ta.place of.his,.reavdenciv > "i lr\NDS lEandefl toW PIANO.
s- --of' tandar lT1a.'Fell:2 D13-3t shortest notice. *' : <31AttLks.PKWAALJ ?L reaionaU.Unna. :pply at this Mba :
yi ) ', .' '. Feb.'.I.JI.' 1; .J..,.1, : '<."_'1"&_ >.01"_ *its',0.r 1- :' .i J ., : .: : i -
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T EJfJ.. Utl.t.T .,R11<:.till.::1 CAN idtol'l..t 1bI', iIJ.itu-4i&mt't.1IOCGUTON.. .:.1-:11t: Cu M.t D. loUnelerk'!tDtH yira* ( Oil, Tallow, Grease, and OhioMineral Charleston, and :'Florida' Shl of Eastern Florida,'In the Circuit County.Co1 of Leonard's' "Tr1tf7SKA.VING : ; -

Is Oaoe of the Dintrlet 0tra.1111r UM utenAnother Pa nt. .te C.re.It.n.a
rCHUUIIKIt. KVKRYTHttKSD.lT.ATaacluonvtllr piitrct: 'eua7lYau1a.., barrels ILS.: : MAIL STEAMERS, -- -
( Machinery Oil 75 cent .CHANCERY. -
Xlnt-al Coriut ,E. F.,by SQO| '
iI\\' j- Scientific'Wonder! : per gallon CAROLINA William Cheever.TS. SOAP
) COLUMBUS DfcEW) 1 2,500 gallons same, 75 cents, in tasks of various ., : : .t'

rtlil TItI.'< : William II. T' :
u >6 the 6,000 gallons do do do do Broknbrub. -
; ,1\ordering! IVpvr.Subscripting
t in casks of various sizes. Through PaJatia,in 24 to Arthu Brockenbrongh, .t

,i if nut {':tl.\ before the expiration DR. J. 8. HOUCHTON'STHE 850 barrels Tanners' Oil,various kinds and The CAROLINA will leave Charleston every Thomas W.Brockenbrongh,Geor L. Brock 3_ '--S t'

>f tho year, are e1j\trc.\I. qualities,from 35 to 60 cents per gal. t Saturday at :P. M. Returning wl''leave PA. .enbrongh, George Si.. ane Mary ft. __ "

\dverti.elul'nto.i1th inserteit\at the followingrates 1,500 gallons, in casks of various sizes,various every Monday at 7 A. 1., Picolata 10 Hawkins, h. wife W.Thomas Brocken .
I '-;- -- kinds and qualities,from 35 to 50 A. M., and Jacksonville 3 A. M. ,brough Brockenbrough, infant '
'-. : One Dollar..-. j-
'. t. the flrst Sevenly-Flve Cents for every subsequent 50 tons tallow grease for heavy bearings Tuesday at 3 P. M. Returning;will leave Pa- Lucy n.l"xwet. Elizabeth S. Si-

: InPerti"lt. in yearly Advertiser! a liberal and coarse machinery in barrels or latk Thuray. 10 o'clock A. M.; Black Creek Chaplin Sims, widow .
of A.M. and admx. of William U.;Sims deceased, Mar
casks any consistency required. ; Friday,4 o'clock,
It'tt discount wW w'd-ttf.! All transient Advertisements -
; f. Price 6eenta per pound. These steamers connect with all the interior tha Mason Sims, and another infant .of

(ifeept t_ YJt j erons stIn;running account 150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint,In barrels, at Stage of East Florida, and connect both ways William W. Sims;whose name is unknown to _

i : with tVt tiu) must be paid for previous to publi- the lowest market.price. with the New York steamships, Carolina Railroads complainant.It t-l

r; atloB:!' Mariiinery OIl, warranted not to chill in the ,and the Wilmington Roads.CO appearing to the satisfaction of this Court,

coldest weather, and considered by those using it PURge from Charleston to Jacksonville, by affidavit made and filed in this cause,that defendants
' Persons at a <\tatfnc can govern their remittance equal to perm oil. 88: from Charleston to Palatka. $10. Arthur Brockenbrongb, and Thomas

!for ad vrtttfing,by the following rates: Boiled Paint Oil, equal to Linseed Oil, other For further particulars apply to I' H. Brockenbrough and John W.Brockenbronghinfant

, One square (tw.lrc Haiti) published >ix months than for white.I J. W. CALDWELL, Charleston. children of John W. Brockenbrough, deceased .
TRUEDIGESTIVE am constantly receiving large supplies of the BELLECHASSE & FINEGAN. Margaret Chaplin Sims Martha Manon Makes1 the richest, heaviest, thickest
tor. ;
!110' $1000 above; named articles, and motto is 'Small the other W.
my Jacksonville. Sims, and infant child of William lather of .
: Two squares,for six months, 13: 00( 'FLUID profits and quick returns." R.RRE1DPalatka.Feb. Sims deceased, reside out of the State of Florida and met permanent anj siti',

Il; Legal) and other Business Cards per an. 10 00 B. F. POND, IOtfOpposition beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, bat in bIg Soap now i 1.LEONARD'S
, f GASTRIC JUICE 56 Wat'r at., (under the Pearl st. House) the U nited States, and that defendants, Lucy
Notices to debtor and creditors 100( OR
Jan. I. 1852. : New York.
to. S.
..i Line Brockenbrongh, George and Mary
. Hawkis.
.. Application for lettemifadmmibtration 5 00 Prepared from RKISET:" or the fourth STOMACH New Grocery and Provision iStore. carryingthe R. Hawkins his wife reside Circuit FLAVORING EXTRACTS -

., Notice Application for dumuialas Administrator OF THE ox<:, after directions of Baron LIE BIO, U. S. Mail in the State of florida, and that defendants, namely Lemon, Rose .
00 the great Physiological Chemist by J S. Houghton THE SUBSCRIBERS having taken the George L. Brockenbronth, Ellen A. Brocken Va1 ,
,11' $10 M. IX, Philadelphia, Pa. on Bay St., formerly occupied by Lucy B. Maxwell, Elizabeth V, Max Peach, Og; fo Puddg"
For annonnoenwi.tof candidates office, 5 OC)( This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indigessipn Alsop& Hours would invite the attention of purchasers BETWEEN brougl. and Simon reside Pies, Creams, Ices, .

t ; No announcement will be mad unless t.he'same Dyspepsia,Jaundice: ,Liver Complaint, Constipation to their large and general assortment of Palatka, Fla., and Savannah, Ga., the Mawel.. of the Muwel Forda i very choice, and exceedingly convenient.Housekeepers .

F; and Debility, curing after Nature's I Groceries,Provisions, &c. &c.-consisting in part It is therefore ordered, that said should never
j be accompanied with the amount charged. of (INSIDE ALL THE WAY) ,_ b wto
I .. method, by Nature's own agent, the Gastric : in tIle btate the
o1l'n.! oirlorida, and out of. them. Those who delight
Editorial t fur benefit will be Flour. Fulton Market Beef. Butter.
n" ; e private J nice. ', Via Picolata. Black Creek, and Jacksonville, Eastern Circuit, do appear and answer the bill d.

: barged donbl Iterate of advertising.R CCJ-Half a teaspoonful of Peps&i infused in C orn. Mess Pork. Lard. Fla., and St. Alarms, Brunwick. and Darien of complaint fed in the cause within. two months licious flavor and exquisite perfume of ,
water, will digester dissolve Five munds of roast Rice, Pickled Shad. Cheese the Fruits and Flowers, will in these
1:1 tli'ions Obituary,and Marriage notices,"ill Ga. from the date ( publication of this order, bi
: bt chlrf in about two hour", out of theitomacu. nnd that the defendants residing! beyond the limits Flavoring Extracts tt they eta
Choice Hams. a
published gratis.Comninniratioui
Pepsin is the great element, or jrat Digestive! rWMIE STEAM PACKET of the State of Forid but in the jurisdictionof .
must be post.paid. principle, of the Gastric Juiee -tluVoleent of the Bacon Sides& Shoulders. -- dese.LEONADS
11 AVELAKA the United and the
.. __ ... .. _. ...... .... Powder.Starch.. Wines. Captain N. appear answer ;
r- -'" :.n. ""' : Fond the PuriyinPrt ing, ind Stimulating J KING, leaves every Monday morning same, within four months from the dat of the SYRU being
I It nUSI\I CARDS. Agent of the Stomach and In! stin.:!!. It is Shot. Candles.: Liquors. at 8 o'clock. Pnatk publication of this order or that bill betaken FauI instead fr

-.'. ---- -- extracted from the Digestive :Stomilh. of the Ox, Lead. Oils Soap.&c. &o.-Which Segars.will .Arrives at Jacksonville same evening and for confessed against them. sd as all the ordinary kinds, 'Ac.
Paints Drugs they
thus forming AN ARTIFICIAL DioiinvE FLFID, leaves Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touching And it is further ordered that publication of a but also oJ,
LEGAL. sell low far more pleasant, more
: : precisely like the natural Gastric 1))nice in its FOR CASH. this order be made in he&U
at all the intermediate places as above. some news paper, published
--- chemical and furnishing a Uomp'rtt nad Their stock of goods having been purchased in Jacksonville in Duval ful and wholeme and makes
powers mO'
Fare County, aforesaid te
Through from Palatka, Picolata, and ,
cash flatter themseVes! that one
J. P. Sanderson substitute olely for they they drinks.
perfect for it. By the ail of this prepniution Block Creek, $8 00 a week for the space of four months. agreeable ler
the and evilj of In and can fell them on terms which will iiake it an object
pains igestion Fare from Jacksonville 6 00CCJN. THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge, &c. &o.
Through ,
ATTORXKV AND ror.\SF.t.1.nR! AT LAW, j to buyers to purchse of them.F. MUSTARD.-Those de
Dyspepsia removedjust as the) rould be by. STATE OF FLORIDA, LENARDS
alC9h: ::;>"D Wlll<:!haJaebon"i1t' a healthy Stomach. It is doing woilers Co: Drsp ; WATER & CO. B. The Welaka connect wlhtbe County of Duval. J uig Mut that is not half
Jacksonville Nov. IS, 1822. tf steamship State for Philadel srou"
t 11 .J.m. 17. 18(1.: tf I, Isidore V.Garnie, lerk of the Circuit Court rcetour. perfectly nu
: decline and dyspeptic Conmliption, sup- REMfOVAL.OODY phia. for said County, do hereby certify, that the for Leonard's Pure
t. posed to be on the derge of the graThe Scientific AGET. order is Mu a
going a true and correct of
.: B. PEAKED copy an or- will enjoy an article
l. M. evidenced on which it is bnjf'd is in the K. B. DUKE, Palatka. der now on file in my office. they T81 de'I
it ATT OR 1',R 1A T L A jr. highest degree curious and remarkal e. 1 & BOULTER winld inform their WAVER. &CO.. Jacksonville. In Witness, whereof have hereuntoset I from what i usually called .

:.: HAS: removed to J.icls'Winville.! Florida: nnd .1'11. customers: and the pnblb that they have LAFFITEAU, Savannah. my hand and affixed the Seal

will practice in the Ia4ern! an-1 Southern Cir- SCIENTIFIC EVIDESCEJ removed their:Stock of Goodstothe, new building Feb. -8.11 [L. s.] of said Court, on eleventh I -

1I cnits. the :Supreme Court of the state, and in Baron LTEBEO, in his celebrated work on Animal One Door East of the StIloeg >e of Ambler & day of October, A. ths", 1852.
the U. S. IJhltrictConrt for the Northern Di-tric 'An ISIDORE Bardotte'8 Tasteless,
Chemistry, says : Artificial Digestive United States Line V. GARNIE,
II"HI of Florida. Fe!). 19. lS32.-tf. Fluid. analagous to the Gastric JI cc. may be Jai Clerk Circuit Court, Dnval County.

1I4i readily prepared, from the mucous i.fcmbrune of where they are now opening t large and elegant BETWEEN Oct. 14.IniADIERICAN. WORM SUGAR DROPS

JAKES K. BAKER, the Stomach of the Ox, in which vaious articlesof assortment f -- -- -

; food, as meat and Eggs, will 1" softened,, NEW GO( DS Palatka, Fla., and Savaa Ga., AND FOREIGN
ATTORNEY AT HIT, changed and digested, just in the Jjmf manneras
Carefully selected to suit tl market and ( ALL ,
compriing -
Allicalnr., (.','umhia Co.. Ea\i Florida. they irould, be in the human stoma ." AGENCY ,
.. .. Via Picoli-ta, Black Creek and Jacksonville
-- ----- ---- Dr. COMBE in his valuable writtpgs on the"Physiology ., I CITY OF "WASIIIXGTO3,
ji : m. WHIT SMITH of Digestion," observ that "a A CJOMPLETKCTO) ; OF- Fla., and St. 1lary's, Brunswick, and
direction of AARON HAIGHT
Fancy and Family: Gvliovsioii eenes; 1TNPER
diminution of the due quantity of ( nstric Juiceis Darien, Ga. .
of New York
ATrOUSF.V AT LAW, a prominent and all-prevailing en se of Dys- !, Corn, lid* aiiil I Flour; uI GTON GARRETTSON and WORTH-

Alligator CiJninMa. Co, East FloriJa. j-ejisia, and he states that "a distin iiished pro- Fancy aid Staple (DIJ (;toodejiocs ; fTrC.nPIIE STEAM PACKET TVM. Orleans, SNETHEN nfXew
Attorneys and of the Supreme
fe--sor of medicine in London who g.
i as severely J .
Boots and
I Clnfhir.p Court of the United States.
lI i i"sn : afflicted with this complaint finding very thing Palatkaj every Thursday at Sclock. This establishment
Hats anj! Caps morning is formed for the following
it else to fail, had recourse to the Gasti ; Juice,obtained ; o' .
; Attorney nt I.nw, from the stomachs of living ai nalswhich Fadlery '. objects:
; Arrives at Jacksonville
same and
evenings 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of
I OFFICE nl PAI.VTKA, E. Fin., ;'rored completely titrttsffid." Furniture leaves
; on Friday morning at 3 o'clock, touching the United States and
'. Dr. GRAHAM author of the fam Is works professional
I' on Glass and at all the intermediate above.ftJN. .
WU.Lv'Jll'til'p in the Eastern Circuit. Easiness Crockery, Fjirtlienware; points as business before Congress. ,
Vegetable Diet, It is remarkablefact
l ntrustedto their care will promptly attended in physiology; that says the: stomachs n of animals.macerate.1 liard\\'are and Cute'! }'| B The new steamer 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims I

\ to. _, February 19. l&52.-tf Hollow Ware "St. i in law or equity, against the United States before calomel in
; in water, impart to the fI id the property ; John, They contain no o mercury

.of tt I.w...:t 'OSSIAST B. HART, effecting of dissolving a kind of various artificial articles digestio'of ood of them and in of Tin Wooden Ware are; now nearly fnihed, will be put on the line. i against Congress foreign or Governments the executive before Departments Boards, or ofCommissioners. any form, and o any deleterious attractive ingredient

- are at once
10. ATTORNEY AT LAW no wise different from tho natural d estive pro- ; I The Steamer "'iUa.m Gaston 'connects I whaever. t
11 cess." Cordage; with the New every Saturday. 3 For the settlement of accounts with the eye, pleasant t the taste, and

'.t_I.0&,1..-.,.,, KEY "VEST FL,.\., (J3-C.ill on the Agent, and get i a descriptive Stationery; I Plate, TrealuIYVar, Nav Post Office, and in thei operation. Children eat them

4 1.biP' ;' Practices in the United States and State Courts circular, gratis, giving a large amoi it of scien- Drops) and Medicines; Through Fare from Palatka Picolata, and Interior Departments, obtaining the remission great avidity and pleasure.UTJCA .
: 1'.!i of the Southern District of Florida. ific evidence,similar to the above, t ether with Paints and Oils Black Creek, CO of fines,penalties, and forfeitures. for alleged
:, ,;. I Jnlr lo-if __ reports of remarkable cures, from all parts of the ; Trough Fare from J Jacksonville, $00 violations of the revenue post office, or other
&c. &c.
: United:States. Liquors AGENTS. l jaws. Deo. 2,1852.

. .tt;.... James ?/. Bryant, AS A DYSPEPSIA CUR R. Which they offer CHEAP FOR CA H. Being con- A. E. HERTZ, Palatka. from 4. For the United securing States letters or from patent for inventions Governments : Gent.-The frequent calls and favor
vinced that the
ATTORNEr AND COUKSEL1.OII-AT-I.AW, Dr. Koughto 's Pepsin has prude jd the most Goods cheap is only to way for the a cash merchant to sell m BEE & CO., Jacksonville. and procuring land foreig pensions able reports we get of the u of BAB-
tit: : narvellous effects, in Diseases .f adopt system, they CLAGHORN & CO. DOTTE'S WORM SUGAR
curing Debility, Savannah. under the various pension laws of the United reminds
031. :h ::D.7 IU1 will hereafter sell for 1 that DoPs
jot Q CASH ONLY.: rusting m
r Emaciation, Nervous Decline,and D\ peptic Con- an examination of Feb. 24-tf State*. of the promise I send
our merchandize and
, sumption. It is impossible to give tl details of 5. For collections t
11l" will convince our customers that the cash systcn generally embracing debts I, you some certificates taken by us.
Law and General Agency at Vasaingtcn the limits of this Her
in advertisem st but
cases ; auhcnticated FOR and inheritances, in the United States
D C. certificates have been gwcn of more is more for their benefit. than our own. we invite PHILADELPHIA.a nd foreign countries. with you will find copies of two, Martin

f jFl: than two hundred remarkable cures, it Philadcl- them to call on us.MOODY & BOULTER. 6. For the purchase and sale of land in any of Huber'a and William Stntn's both

phia. New York, and Boston alone. iThese were United States Line. the States or Territories of the loaning and reliable men, having
JOHN y, RY/NT. JOHN S. COWARDS October 14th, 1852. 3m Alai hoe te lte
late of trrn. 1.,1111irc.. Attorney athay. 1..aw. nearly all desperate cases, and the el'S were not i moneys on mortgage of real estate lying me
ben kow years.
only rapid and wonderful, but perma .'nt. Watches Jewelry Clocks&c &c. therein.
Philadelphia and Savannah Steam farmer called and
ai-oriatrd for the I''ro'ntion! of Claims It is a great nervous antidote, and lartieularly Navigation 7. For investment of funds in United States y got the

of every description before the ", 'v oral Fxecutive I useful! for tendency to Bilious dw der, Liver Company. and State stocks ,collection of the dividends : second box, the first having been admin

Departments and Congrcs and tho Courts in Complaint, Fever and Ague, or b dly treated I. C. D. OAK, TIlE new and splendid side- thereon, ant10ans, for the transaction: istered with very fnobe resat sm
the District of Colmnhii.! One of the firm having Fever and Ague, and the evil effects )Quinine, 1rlrA YIXG Just returned from the North.wonld .: U wheel steamship of all business pertaining to a law, loan, and two o three

been connect; with the Department* of the Mercury, and other Drugs upon the igcstive organs LOL respectfully inform the public that he has -* t "STATE OF GEORGIA," banking agency. of week sce. In

General( Governim in Washington for upwards after a long sickness. Al: of fourteen years, II.M ouircd, the informationand II eating, an.l the too free u
experience. an.. familiarity with official I almost reconciles Health with Intemp, aiwe.tR. Fine Gold Jewelry of description Agency, city of W receiveprompt wor but se immediately recovered -
every ;
Wednesday. May4. w
torah and precedent and the general routine of Wenesday. February2J. Ihngln :
; and faithful
Gold and Silver Guard Fob, and Vest Chains I
J. S. KOUCHT ) 'S ; May 18.
with the and .
business which legal ai I counself GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES i'ALMERfc SSETHEX, Truly and
March 23.
of the othor laitncr; enable thrra to transact ; June 1. Office No. .Carroll Place Hill. reectfUY10on
-such as Spoons of nil k.DIs.! April 6. June 15. Capitol
bu!incM "with tt.eOo..rnlOt'nt with an efficiency WlU1 1STOL
Ju'yS. lawti.
and doKjmtjch neldnm offered.Suspeirrled Butter Knives, &c. Gold and Silver Pencils; i I April 2. June 29. .

La-id: {'\I.iitn.: Rountv T..andq. Patents GOLD PENS This Ship has been built with the strictest regard UTICA June 10, 1852.

for I Lad purchased
lot Ladies' Fans Combs
of Brushes Genera
&c. and her
exacted. 1'. ::I-ionll. and unsettled! lu-counts generally ; accommodations unsurpassed by any BRISTOL & Co.
againia: any of the public ofTim or General PERFUMERY, &c.; steamship on the coast. Washington, day before ,ester

Governiu-'sr. nnd debt collectable in the District CIGAR CASES, PORT /ONAlES, A new steamship! now boiding. in every respect WOSEII T. WALKER will give prompt day, a box of Bardotte's Vermifuge Sugar

4 of OiluoiV'in-, will be attended to with I and< many other articles too numerous to men equal to the State ,"w i take cP and efficient attention t the BOUNTY Drops, for a child of mine, four and a hal
promptness nl fidelity.ftJXV'e I tion. (jtJ-The public are invited to call. h licr place in the line during the month June LAND CLAIMS of officers soldiers engaged years whom I supposed troubled

have appointed C. DREW, r q.f ofJacksnnriTle coW atcbea and J ewelry repaired at short notice next. .and will, with the State of Georgia" in the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of ti INDIA: old had tried to get Vermifuge

I Florida our Aj f-nt to receive and ,and warranted. make Ii weekly line, leaving each place on Wed- WARS in which the U. States have engaged I, down her several but could
,I 4 'communicate BUM n ; Cabin Passage from Savannah to Philadelphia claims on the U.:States for MILITARY it without nose, and sha
-New Goods New Goods .
j. would vomit all again. But after
$2 SUPPLIES LOST PROPERTY, 0., and to up
Hon.. J. .rjpTTKHPiELn Ex-Com'r Gen. LandOffer. tfjJ-Wholesale and Retail.aJUST Cabin passage from Sav. to New York, 2 any description of business requiring an Agent or she got the taste of the SCCAK she
Is gold all the Dealers in fin and]L i fops
by nearly Drugs
Steerage, -
RECEIVED, direct from New For
York Washington.
Attorney Land cried for
a procuring
** C. W1.of:OTKELL, Cnm'r nf Custom medicines the Ui more. Yesterday daJ
!: throughout States C. A.
nopular Jed L. Agent in Savannah.
Assortment of
i Fashionable his will be In
: LAlIAR charge $3. other
44 E. \\\\'HI'rTl.1ooF\ : : is prepared powder 1 rm, ia I Goods of French British HERON gave ana
Dress and American 1JAH.TI. the charge will be proportioned to the nature and
: &k1I U. SAUGKXT, Rtytfttr o/ 'n'l'1U-ury. prescription phials for the use of phycj ians. Manufacture,comprising in partFrench Philadelphia. difficulty of the ease.He bnlay it brought away FOURTEEN
Senators'("rw'". UKViiirconn: :SHIELDS, Private Circulars for the of icians Feb.
use phy may oil col'd Ginghams, American do. 24-tf will also act in connection with Agents or LARGE WORMS! some of them a foot
JOKE of Jowiv. utifl to Mrmhers of be obtained of Dr. his .
Congress; Houghton or gents, describing -
French, English!: and American PriiU Attorneys in'florija, who may be employed in long.
: penernlly. and the Heads of Departments.. the whole process of preparatl n, and gi- Furniture Chintz, Fig'd Plain Lawns and '
and NEW YORKPACKET Bounty Land other claims on terms which MARTIN HUBER
ving the authorities which the tl ims of this ,
Fei.t. .. _ upon | and Muslins, be Letters I
--- -.- new remedy are based As it is no' A SKCRET may agreed upon. [ should be East of the Big Basin,Broad-st. Utld
-- --- --- -
'I- be Do. Jackoncts, Plain and Fig'd Swiss Mus post paid will receive immediate attention. .
I GENERAL.MALfiNKfiTAYLOR. REMEDY no objection can raised gainst its tins, LIO.The
June 5. lawtf.
use by physicians! in respectable stan ng and regular Cambrics and J ackonetR,plain and cb ked.ig'd UTICA NOT. 1852.
kt4 i : ; BOTTLE.0&OBSERVE practice.. Price ONE DOL1 AIlI'Ell. Beragcs, Silk Times, very rich patterns Notice. Messrs. WM. BRISTOL & Co...16

LUJIBK't' COMMISSION: MERCHANTS., THIS.Every b tie of the'nature Wide Black Silk, very clean, Marselines TO TIlE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERSOF Gentlemen,-My little daughter, aged

.FIRST W1UKF n :r.ow X JI. n.. genuine PEPSIN bears the written. o f and Florence Silks,of every color, New and Regular line of Packets between TIlE SEVERAL WARS SINCE 7 years, ha been ailing fo three or four
J. S. IIOUGHTONM. /) sole' 'rol.rietorrPhiladelphia. Crape Shawls plain and embroidered, New York, Jacksonville, and Palatka composed REVOLUTION. months, Ad fearing that she might b
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Copy-right and rade-mark Pans Kid Gloves Black and col'd Lace by the new and fast-sailing schooners. TIE troubled about
worms, a week
lIt a of officers sol ago
\ ttr11''f1pet'.1fIlI1IIOlidt consignments of- secured. Congress, and wt
Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, Joseph Grlce 270 tons BY
Cg-Sold by all Druggists! and Deal i in Medicine A.ROGERS Com'r. (who have not received) are entitled bought your store a box
Lind Gaiters Jersey Oak 160 BAR
Jenny tons
Southern S. o
Lumber Shingles &c. & ROGERS Com'r
l ,. Bronte-tipped Bootees. Opera Gaiters will ply between to BOUNTY LAND, for services of one month DOTTED SUGAR DROPS, and "
regularly the ports: or more the widows and minor children of :
/ Refertll-
EGBERT POINS :TT, Single Ties Buskins, Slippers, &o. Agent in New Vork, ; t.hos teredthemailtoherinoneday. Within

A.J11I.N MCC"Lf.IlcorE*, Ca'.hier Camden flank N. J.: Agent Jurlcson tilt, Fla. The most approved styles o Spring Bonnets, JOSEPH GRICE, Water st. undertake deceased, ,are at also entitled.moderate The compensation:Subscriber will the i twenty-four hours after, she passed away

'. I'hila.lcll'hia; J. A. MA Ell Do.Children s Hats, Silk Ilonnet richly Agents in : them ten
I..T. ltrn.inDn\ doT Jacksonvie claims of those interested. Having been employed TTY-TO WORMS some of ,
trimmed and of the
E. Brricnux. J ck'onville, Florida. Hliolrvilc and Retail Agent Sava uih, Ga. French Flowers rich laest fahion, in Pal in public office for several years, his expencnce or twelve Inches long. We gave
Agent tka
.Ftbrn.ry 17. 1<53.. Sept2'S2-ly Gentlemen's Wear RibboU. R. K. DUKE., in such matters will enable him to afford great her no other medicine. Since then, the
p facilities to claimants for LAND AND PENSIONS
'ray: Boots,Gaiters, and Shoes, All goods directed to their care will be has been a different child entirely.She .
BARttCTT: promptly and save them great deal of trouble I

CmmUttoiirr. I Notary Public N W llllhJLiII& ifiiteiu.THE i [[ Heady some made very Clothing fine.,a spletdid assortment,, forwarded.September 4th, 1852. 23-tf and epnse.Vhere a ho obtains post-paidvill nothing receive no had not hers1eepnniIwas slept well nights,but afraid usedtorjoutmn

for taking Acknowlcilgmrut ---, Country merchants supplied for cash, on terms attention and the should
I. ''* prompt necessary forms adlst.rction we not raise her. Now she entirely
of Drf-tl, subscriber is now opening, ohis Store, equal to New York prices. The country public: i

And other Instruments of Writing, to be used in For yth-Itreet, a general.. 'rtment of are solicited to call and examine Goads and prices. REMOVAL REMOVAL! sent.C.W.. BENNETT, Att'y wel.Havg
DRUGS OILS, PAl.oS the Brick Cash Store. undersigned world C. previously used various the?
the States of ( I THE beg leave to inform Washinlton.
.,' AID L. B.AMERMAN citizens of Jacksonville, and country, October,1850. tI wo medcnes in my family,I can saffelj

', KE\f TOUK AND PKNNSVLTAXIA.09OffiM BUFFIWGTON that he has removed to one of the. new and rcmmend BnDO's DRoP
!! &
tticny ::p'3 Lc pef
with E. L. Harrison & Co.,Jack-I I C9fjzeIUiCE'fTI.Y JACKSONVILLE. EAST FDORIDA.THE cious Stores of Dr. Byrne, where he hopes pa to: I GEORGE H. SMITH & CO. able to all other remede for the
: : SELECTED WITH ORB CAKE meet his friends and I
patrons ready to eradication .
Florida. purchase
very cheap articles
many as: in times
--- He invites the attention of Merch its, Phys PROPRIETOR of this stern will be neat past; the STANTON,
w spacious, ,convenient
,Edmund Whitney, eian*, and the community, to his SLoe:! with the is pleased to announce to l hi know* old, cant for Ladies. All will be sold and at plea: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 4 Watr Street, Utica
assurance that the articles will be f nd to be patrons, and those visiting the duced good re
1 CommiiuConed and legally qualified] "Sunny South" prices nearly at in order to clear
as cOlt
fresh of prime quality and at a* lo prices for health the ot SUBSCRIBERS have entered into --
Dleaauier Mud Inc|>crlur uf Luiubrr for or pleasure, that winter stock to make ready for the Serin co-
Onrnl Conn',. they can be bought in any market 01 he South; His House has undergone a thorough The stock consists Prints, Ginghams, Figured partnership for the puepose of carrying on Always ready for use.Leonard's .

May be found, when hi* wrviws are desired, on I country., reno de Lames, all wool, Plain and fig.,which will be the above business, and are prepared to make
** "' : -HE OFFEES vation, sold sales either o* consignment at auction of
t" inquiry at the Republican office. very cheap; Bombazines or (one )
JUDe 10* : 6m Chewing Tobacco & Cigar., 01 :Liquor* and has been well fitted up to suit the most fastidion [- Chameleon Lustres, AIIacl,and Mohair Plain the firm being a auctioneer.) Both of the firm

and AVliie*, Stationary, Fine tlery, having most. of his Rooms Julian Silks, wide Black do .all Woos Flannels are well accjuanted with the merchants and cit -
Jewelry fcc., &;e. FUR\ISlEn WITH NEW FURNITURE febeehnes, Shirtings Table sens of the interior which gives them the
JOSEPH GRICE The LADIES will find, he thinks, mi y articles ENTIRE. Cloths&0. About Linens fine Damask) of making ready sales of any goodo avtage -

adapted to their wants and tastes-all which he The Proprietor has also secured the services of the twenty. very silk and satin chandize which may be sent to them on consign
General Coiuuiissiou Merchant will be glad to exhibit and sell for of fahions will be sold at
of ment.
a lady long soul this will be
standing and ; a rare chance for
36 WATliK ST., KBiV YORKV June 24 JOHN M. YNE. House-Keeper. He will spare no reputation pains to mike a a to supply themselves with Hats those who nab L They will give their attention to making good HI
STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale of this House one of the best in Florida, and hopes l'lain. Fig. and Embroidered; verv large Cash asortmentof -.' and immediate sales. They would respectfully solicit

allartl..l s of produce entrusted to his care, WINDOW GLASS If PU rr. by keeping a good hoo.and giving his personal mere::!ba"l Silk Mantillas, at low patronage from merchants and tradesmen of
and all orders promptly complied with. attention to other cities, who wish to sellgoeds in our market.
jTK Boxes Window Glass assorte sizes; t.t merit and receive the prices and Embroideries, a rich
apl29-tf. 4 V 400 Ibs best Bladder Putty.]: patronage of the publio. 1. eortmont 'aris Kid Gtovea, Silk do.very, Long and as-L Any business in their line will bo promptly attended -

For sale low for c.l: h. Herespectfully] solicits a call from his friends Short Sik Lace Mitts Bonnet Ribbons, Neck: to.
J. HOLMES, I JNO. M. PAY E. and Travellers generally. and ., Linen Cambric Hdkfs,Embroidered GEORGE II. SMITH. .

Genrml Comml ,loit Merchant, Aug. 19-tf I luggist. A large aud extensive Livery Stable fa attach.ed .- and Plain, from 12J cents to $1 80, Blk and JOHN W PRICE.
WiLtPrunET! to the House. Silk HOB at$1 00, and in fact Cot REFERENCES.( M Red Fernandez, Bisbee
100 NEW.VOM. The every r & Co. R. Boulter & Co.
Western Stage the house fashionable dress : Willams, Alsop
goods be
lavs after can at New
WILL partJcnlaratUBtion to sales of Yellow JOHN A HATER, DRUGGIST, the.arrival of the boat. lon prices. Gentlemen are h call and : & Hours, Jacksonville; Boston & Gnnby, J A La-

Pine Lumber. L.lveOa. ,and other Southern No. 154 Broacrhton street, Savaillah Ga SAMUEL BUFFINGTON. amine the largo stock of Ready Made Clothing ex, rocbe E M Moore & Co., Seaborn Godn Savannah.
: Timber Mid l'i duct and to Cassimeres Jan. 15,1852.
; orders for purchas also Cloths, :
Leg MerehandiM, OFFERS for sale>every artfle In his PROPRIETOR Vestng.Drawers, Cra
; dec9-tf .I .line of business,betides September 23, 18% (Jfewi copy 6m) vL. \Vrappr., Collars, assortment : -
: ware Bootat Shoes, Bootees. Gaiterl. Fekin Warehouses
I'- 'avcr &. Co. Spirit Gas,Gas Lamps;Ca ClreuitCourtEastern .Shippers, &o. The Tea Company ,
.o1lUlLl1l181a: and Landreth'.Wsrr&ne4, Free Garden Circuit of Florida, puUio are respect. TO t. New
Vurvurdlug Merchant: RoyaL i fully solicited call and Futon York.
Seeds County! and '
: priI -
A. liD I eec for at Byrne' New good PEKIN TEACOMPANY -
tnmselYI. has .
Segars &o. & second TIE Yeat Powde.
JeaIera In nrocerips. I'rovjrions, Chole Wines, At wholesale,and 0. retail., Jame.llcDonat } :'oor. corner.oi Bay and Newnan Streets. established many years, and ha

afi&gartPaIts,. ,Oils,Oruplt &0.. N. B. Spirit manufactured, and *1" s fresb, I Joseph S. Baker, Joseph t I Chancery.- I i feb3 t > L.B. AMERMAN.CLUGH /always for 1 maintained of the a high reputation This Powder ia'an admirable l bUi

Bay Street, Jacksonville 110"18 and for sale M low as can be pore & .din the1HAMPAGNEOf L P. Hog.r ,and ether.I I' 'and ea most delicious character for ,YU T; .in making .Bra'ad
andfragrancy, at
E. fJa o'I prices whioh have in '
Northern for cash every kinds of Ratter. advintage
market or I Cakes the
approved redit.ihtne. T having been made to appear by affidavit that instance given, ad ha '
DOLLNEll" _,Joseph tf. Baker and HOUSE. atafton'The Tel'ae war over in making the batter:
& POTTJER;, ,.Joseph D Rogers, two ranted pure;and ret.ared. they do not Yea
the Wore Bran, Just re of the Defendants in this reside beyond be they i perfectly n baking tho:
caus the THE pr7S ? a are The Teas ad' to
Commission. Elerchants ceived and for sale <> limits United fSteZ "presented. r
by of this Stat but the .States.- Au having-\ SUBSCRIBER I sold bTtbf Cmpany up Vl-2 ,instant is Buckwheat and
J5* Front Mtrect, Curtl..r'laldOta Lane novW WAVER. k'CO.> On l motion Dorman Solicitor i lb. i .
for .
; packages
the above House making convenient ,with
klv '
sVpdtairs New would Ce whe.mde
York i. ordoredthat 'oe ta P'
plainanyit notice be ratwcuuuy so for country merchants
by to have,
WlLliittfbd promMJf to all business entrusted HOUSE FOR SALE: .Inqnlreor" : publication in.some published in this this. hicit Lhe patronage of the public. '.There with a' small outlay of I great variety a:1.likely to disagree
toa.tr Airt i Pvxtfimlar attention & -. Ii.M.FO] OM. Circuirequlrtng t.hO newspaper are at time coma flve tosix capit. Hotel ,stomach Yeu1and ;
; given to the ale Joseph S. Baker .Dd several of the rom. unocPie may always be certain of on their ltq"to'm'wU
-- wme with
ale of Cotton,Lumber Timberand the said Joseph U., fire places.; kern .1
Turpentine to uniform character _
; appear And ins we r within one hundred lo' of Tea; which &J' Cewmu '
la t the - I the bill and fiftyywds of Tea
& purchase oods. N complainant s there U ,
tIc : Office largevorIetyaze three : ever
FLtber Kdvanennenti .. ,. q .. otherwise bill wlt.lra.ronr'moot.ll; and wharves.The undersigned ii I 1p prenare f.tagte .
made on consignments. WEEKS ( a for Gen.Scott's Aglna wrappers., The inside of lead, the second wi having avoided.Fo '
.e r ;YJI,115! .. SIX rom'dat. I vffl applf! to-the four hOle Coach aDd two l a'
: % !11; and this order- : ten ., ,
I proof
agatlUbemJ be'published ,and
tht. paper Chinese -rice '
1. .' < Judge of Probate for Columbia cojpty. foi HaokMamiiies. ,both leaving for Ocala Mmi-weeT. t.. ". -
letters of Administration. on the Estate at Flora aorsid consecutively for fun C !Iy. For further apply at the per. p HUB BT
JOB PRI.VTIXO neatly executed the flu Howe], deceased.BOT lDonth.. W. the Jackonville pat0nlan and News. offices of For sale at the New York trieeit for cash, by BLDOD & BOUSE,
14i. A. FORWARD the ,
Itepublicau Office. Judge &0. Agent
tDL -Jiekeonyille, 12th February, 1853. 17.4m 13.ASKEW. 154 Bronghton at.. MAYER. ,
Pat., Jwnary 8, 1852. t all of the above valuable

"eb,2t 'Jan. 1 ...11U

E t., ,