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 24, 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
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System ID: UF00079922:00176
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THElJNITED STATES or record, or of any paper on 'file, hot exceeding the fees, fur distributing and serving nirs, I I also' .to be audited and allowed by compensation shall.be paid :to, the,captain of } tqr1j)i ,m fJ ? ;
LAWS OF Secod Vie Thir one folio, ten cents :, and for each and drawing and summoning .jurors--by the acconhtfng'offiders't ofth treasury, said vessel,'aod. ,theo leame shall ,be, paid ;"t I ,. \UMlzS'TkMERSj;
fasted dtrng tke. cond Son of additional'Jolio, ten cents township 'fcers including' mileage chargeable .a sum exceeding six thousand dollars'*per accordingly r.PropufeZf That.,jn ..jiojcaseshall.traospibrtation .. .CMtOWlA' .
Cngrtu. For making docket and indexes and fall by for'such'service at any year, or at and'aft that rale for :snch'timea. : ..nd.subsigt Bce' be t al. .1RW1 ,

PUBLIC ACT-No. 25.] otherset vices on'the'rial or argument ofa court exceed fifty dollars. he shall hold! th? office and.every such lowed at a.xateexceedingiifty cents per T""I\! \ I
[ the fees and to b.Uowed cause, where is 'and testimony I .For travellingirpm: his resdenceohe. officer' shall, with each such return made by diem,,,, :." I'I.si> t
}ACT to Itguate .$. and cost of the given, including venire and. taxing costs,.I place of i olding court, to him, pay; int& !the'treasury of' t1 hg :muted ii ,Jarrin'? Ftt ; :.a ,.,,; /j f cii!} f. I1! H2i/.q./ qf & I ITh

circuit ad clerk.distict cou.of the United States, three dollars., thereof, te i cents per mile for' going only, States'or dep> Sit-'Io tbe''credit "of the Treasurer I )ik "" 11" ''\ <' r .v S&totdaa., cAg0LINA.1wiu kay CJwJea
.nd for purposes. For making (dockets and indexs and for and'.five' : 'for' attending the .thereof,: as!he'ma; be'directed"'bMhe 1 ". Toe -;:tua J attendance at any court,Wcourts' L.TKA t,3r.Mo p.J;: l4tuiizwU JeatPA.o
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Be it wacfc/ *y the Senate and House of all other services circuit when of tbejlntripr; :,two'dqjlars' 'ijay'jlurjiig such attendances" : e ery a..t .t 1 AX'. Pic6r.ta'. ,
I' ca s issue is they are Secretary apy. surpusctftbe I "' per, '" Ao'N ?and J.euoftiiUfiTtttlda'% '...AiM.1I1. ,
Representativetofthe United State of Amerieain joined and bothjn -eaionor. of! fees. and emoluments'pfhis"office "which .'t / JTbb.FLORlDA..iI1 .
no testimony given: including I attending ; ether 1 ,- I.4I ..to : -I1ufee&9ao.*
Congress assembled, That in lieu of taxing costs, two dollars. 'J. .' sid' lr.tt when! !but ;,is,in sssionand. hiss half yearly return $made 'as'afofesaid! .For travelling from.t1ieir\ residency'to raid Tueoday .t a.r. .a,. 'RL4aI1itzIg,wiTh 1y. ?er j t I

the compensation now allowed by law to For making dockets and indexes.and fortaxing for bringing in cOmmitting prisoners and shall show to exist over and abive-thC' compensation court or courts,jive cents per mile for going, I S luke 1'. M.Thursday;JacksonTille, 10 I,,CMJV Frida* j, and in the ;
solicitors, ( costs and other services witnessts tbe term. and allo\vanceaberein before and the ; ,
attmers. proctors in .a cause 'during au fame for returning Three ntfameir* connect'witH. Ur'the; lu If.
courts, to Sttes district which is dismissed, discontinued'or a judgment For executing a deed prepared by a party thorizedto' be retained and paid by him. Printers' Fees. Stagifi of(vast., Florida,Mid'connect1 fcoU ".
attorneys, clerks of the t and or decree is made or rendered therein or bis attorney)', one dollar. And i in every case where the return of any "-S'q with tbe New York.steam bip*. CaroIWfi.sraandthWilWIngtonRadi1 -
marshals, witnesses, jurors, without j issue For and five such officer shall show that For publishing statute, ( i ;vT
circuit cur one dollar. drawing executing a deed. a snrplus'may any notice or order Paauge'from Cb.rI & !:. f
cmmiioner and printers in the several In equity and admiralty causes only the dollars. exist, the said Secretary of the Interior snail required by.la'w, or ,the lawful. order of |8TT* nt Clrfrlerton ti Palatka llton','f 10(?1ac. -' '?"Tflle,'"f i

Sttes and no other compensation process pleadings and decree, and such or For transporting crimnals 'ten cents per cause such returns to be carefully examined, any court, .department.bureau, or ,other 'Fo-furlhtr| p ,tienr tpplT tit ljJ Q'.3 .If f
be taxed and allowed. But this memorandums as may be'ne essary mile bimdel eah'necessary guard, and and the accounts of disbursement to be reg person, in any, newspapers, forty cents per CALDWELLCb\fI C j !I
ad *b*" not be construed to prohibit attor- to show the jurisdiction of the court and each ularly audited by the, proper officers of his folio for the' first insertion and twenty cents : UEIt.'E9ISSE. &F.1 roA. ,t I .
eers, solfcitprs, and proctors from charging I regularity of the prceedings shall be For copies of writs or papers furnished, department, and an account to lie 'opened per folio for each subsequent ,insertion. I: R. R. REII7I'al,b..tin'04 ; ".'I'I
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to and receiring from their clients, other upon the final ; in case the' eq est'of any parity, ten cents per'folio. with sudv offibeViti proper booksnb bu pro 7hat1ue.; compensation! herein provided shall 1 Fe.1Mf. ; '" ,'idw ,
the Government such reasonable compensation For vided for that and the allowances include the furnishing lawful evidence, I .. .. Hii'L '
than appeal copies of the, proMs and of such holding a court of inquiry or other purpose under -"* I
for their services, in addition to entries and papers on fle as may he neces- proceeding before jury, including the summoning for personal compensation for each calender oath, of publication, to'be made and furnished Opposition ,Link; ,carfyiug

tbe taxable costs, as may be in uccordance sary on hearing of the appeal may be certified of a jury, five dollars. The marshal year shall be made from the fees and emoluments by the printer or publisher making the. U S'. 1\I"il..t"l III t,. f
with general usage in their respective States, up to the appellate court. of the district of South Carolina, shall here of that year, and not otherwise: And such, publication,,. : : / :. ; ...... tdl ''J l'tl
Dr may be agreed upon between the parties. For affixing a seal of the court ,to any after be entitled to receive I two provided further, That 'nothing in'' any existing The term folio,in this act, sball mean one" I srwILk. \ ,.' ii HPalatka J' t
:1#of Attorneys.Solicitors and Proctors. instrument when required, twenty cents. hundred dollars'per annum. s'laryof law'of Congress authorizing the'payment hundred words,'.counting each figure as 'a Fla., and Savannah,"Oo. 1.. .r.rti
a trial before a jury, in civil and criminal For issuing a writ of subpaena, twenty five The,respective courts of the United Stares of a pet diem compensation to,a district word.. When there are over fifty and under I (INsiDE .ALL f tiE'Hrjftjf Q:. (* 'J. .

CosS or before referees, or on a final hearing cents. For.every search for any )particularmortgage shall appoint criers for thei, courts, to be attorney, clerk:of a district court, or one hundred words, they shall be Counted as ialpicoldtas..Blacii.trtelci: on or admiralty, a docket fee of judgment or oth'er lien, lii teen allowed the sum of two dollars per day: and clerk of a ciicuit urt, marshal, or'deputy one folio, but not,when they are less except I ifa. ati 4. St. Jl tli'Bruiij icJif iu.hT f
twenty dollars : Provided, That in cases in cents. from the ,office of the the marshals are hereby authorized to appoint marshal, for attendance upouthe dIStrict when tbe whole statute, notice,'or order, ronr tttn, ad. ,
admiralty and maritime jurisdiction, where clerk, where he" is required by law to reside such a number of personsnot excee- or' ciicuit courts during tbeir sittings, tains less than fifty: words. 1 .0" J t.

tbe libellant shall recover less than fifty to the place of holding any court required ding five, a the judges of their respectivecouits shall be so construed: as .to authorize any The bill of fees of clerk, marshal, and at- .. .t :JL. STEAM 'AbE1 .. I'f
dollars, the docket fee of his proctor shall to be held bylaw, five cents per mile shall determine, to attend upon the such payment to any one of those officersfor tor ys'and the amount paid printers andwitnessesand KlMi, ,Icares' Palatjui WRLAKJa Monday; Ciptalj.N4"fD\ ,
be but ten dollars.In for going and five for returning, and five grand and other juries, and for other necessary attendance upon either'of those courts lawful( fees for -exemplifications 8jo'clock.. every .'. 4 ,
cass at Jaw, where judgment is rendered dollars per day for his attendance on any purposes, who'shal be allowed for while sitting for the transaction of business and copies of papers necessarily obtained >jrrive* at .Jjefcsonrille saifle evening.M j; an without a jury, ten dolars and five such court or courts while' actually in their .services sum two dollars per under the/bankrupt law merely, or for. any Tor Use on trial in cases where by leaves' Tuesday morning .at 3 o'clock, 'toat1mIn. I R.

dollars where a cause is session. day, to be paid by and included in tbe accounts portion of the,time, for which eitherof, the L law costs are recoverable in'favor of the prevailing at Through it'll intermediate Fare .from places Palatka ai abort Picolata siw-i.amt .5

For scire facias and other proceedings onrecognizances For searching the records of the court for of the .marshal, out of any money of said courts may telielJ open or in .session partjvshall be taxed bya judge or Blaik Creek. -' ... .. |8W
five dollars. judgment decrees, and other instrment the United States in his hands; the compensation by the authority conferred in that law\ ; clerk of the court, and beIincludea'in and ''l1hr;ngh'Fame from JacisbnTille; .6 OaObr J. I
For each deposition taken and admitted :i constituting! a general'lien upon estue, to be given only for, actual attendance; I and no such charge in'an account of any form a portion of a' judgment or decree T. li.'The'Wefeka eoniiftt' : .ithgtHstetImiIthlp I
as evidence in the cause, two dollars and I and certifying the 'resul of 'such search, and when both courts ate in session at the officer shall be certified-as payable, or .shall against the losing party. Such 'taxed bills State mit1hi.L Georgia,'for ITiiladelJ '
fly cents. I fifteen cents for person against whom same time, to be paid but for attendance on be> allowed and paid out of the money herein- shall be filed with the papers .in the cane. I U'l*. 1 J' .
compensation of five dollars shall be such search is required to be made. one court. before appropriated for defraying the expenses In where the United' Statn'are I 4GEMTS.K.R.DUKEPalatkJU .: <.p,
allowed tar the services rendered in cases I For and For while in endeav- of the courts vf the United States. And : cases parties : .Ji1 t .
receiving, keeping, paying out employed \ .
expenses the marshal shall oh the order of tbe j FT WA VK R &CO., j- Yille'1'd .
removed from a district to a circuit court by money in pursuance of the requirements of oring to arrest under process any person 10 per diem or other allowance shall be court, to be entered in its minutes to I S. M. LAFFITEAU San4iL,.,t- 1. .:
writ of error or appeal.For I any statute or order of court, one percent charged with or convicted of a crime, the made to anysuch offictr for attendance at the jurors"and' witnesses''all'' such 'fees pay as E'eb. 2-I-U l' r
examination by a district atorey. on the amount s received, kepi and paid. sum actually expended, not to exceed two rule days of the circuit, or district i .courts;and ;;they may appear by' such order 10 be entitled ; united.i-* States Mail ---4.4 I N.
beiore or commissioner of a In removed dollars ii hs; when the circuit aiiddistiict sit the 'Liner:* .
judge person I cases by writ of error or per day, .addition to compensation courts at to'which;' sums shall'be allowed him .*' 4; I
or persons charged with crime, five dollars appeal, the derk'.fees for making dockets for service and travel. same time, no greater.per diem or other'allowance at the treasury in1'his! accountS :1 r.ETWt'.I ll 'le 11

per day for the time necessarily employed.For : and taxing costs, shil l be but one dollar, For disbursing Money to jurors and witnesses shall ,be made to'any such officer The fees the marshals clei-'ks.- Falatka', .Fk.., and.Savnnah', ,.t'd.,G: i'? S; <
commissioners ,
each day of his necessary attendance and the clerks district and circuit and for other expenses, two per cent- than for an attendance ou one court. ,
in a court of the United States on the business courts respectively, shall be,, and The two last provisions of paragraph one ,and district attorneys, in cases where : (i-VSIpE ALL THE W,1-.j} .'m, ) p'i4j'icot.fa :
eofcio I
the United the urn.For hundred and the United States are liable to pay the same J Bttek Creel and Jatksofi&tie\\
Sttes, same hereby are, attending examinations, a commigsioner sixty seven of the Civil and ,
shall be held at the ,place of his abode, five administer oaths, take empwereJ\ I and bringing in, guarding and returning Diplomatic Appropriation Act approved shall be paid on .settling theiraccbuu'is, .Ia., and ,,52. JfarmrlE /, 'BtUhsf 11ifl 1 t 111 ,
dollars, and the like sum for his aleIJance'for '' take and certify affidavits and depositions prisoiieis charged with crime, and May the eighteenth,: one thousand eight the treasury, such accounts to be ).madt o ta'nd Dantll,"'Ga :?:.s'1 t t J I ,

each day of the term when th said court .I in the same manner as commissionets, and witnesses, two dollars per day, and the same hundred and forty-two, which require clerks verified by tfic party- under oath,.and I STEAXI JCKET[ wwJ .l :
shall be held elsewhere.For I.I shall be entitled to the same fees and compensation for each deputy necessarily attending, not to certify accounts and confine tbe marohals, forwarded to'the''irsfAudtor! of the Treas 'a_'_ !.LUASTONCapt.T.E.814W?, I

travelling Irom the place of his therefor. exceeding two. : clerks and district attorneys of the northern ury.In ,, t'e, 'PaJat.ii 'everj Thursiir.* faorniir'if:. J l' : '
.be to the place of holding any court of I Alarslutls .rStc. 2. And be it further enacted, That and southern districts of 'New York'' to the prize, cases where there is a condemnation o'clock ArriTeg. .. > 'T. 111 '.

Unit State in his diftrict and to the For service of any warrant Fee, attachment, there shall be paid to the marshal his fees fees allowed by the Slate law to clerks, at- and pale, the costs, go far as they arupay leaiTw on Friday JaeksonTille, morning at ume 3 c/clocky Tiniol'i touclthmg 8 a.wr :,! t'I ,

-\ac\ (f any beore a judge or capias, or other writ, (except exe- for services rendered fur the United Statesfor orney's,counsellors and sheriffs for similar able'and-can be paid out.of.the proceedsof at Ian the'intermediate.points a*Bbota.N. ,.' #h ? til
of a person persons charged summons, vnire, or a summons or subpccna summoning jurors .and witnesses in be- services, in the State courts, are hereby. re- I lIe, shall be aid' on the order.of thd ir-c. .B Thenew. Ier"I' '\ H I
with crime! ten cents per mile for going i for a witness,) two dollars for each person half of he United States for. summoningjurors lealed.. court upon the filing of the taxed .bills "st.' Jo1ln1" ,. Ih' "r
*ndten cents for returning.When on whom such s rvice be made. Pro. and of any prisoner 'Commi ioner Fees. making them a portion:of the) record in the : .
may now NearlySnithc'i/ ,will be tit onJie & Uiiw ""I
au iudictment for crime shall be I That petition setting forth facts to be tried for a capital offence; for the For administering an oath, ten cents; .taking case.No Steamer: .William traatoo' iothi4ti 4irUh
tried before a jury, and a conviction is had, vidd, the court may allow such /compensation maintenance prisoners of' the United an acknowledgement, ? twenty-five district attorney, marshal, or clerk of the Kew. Toxic Steamera.evi i star I
M addition to' the attorney's fees allowed by I for t/te keeping of'personal, property States, confined in jail for any crimnal offence cents. their deputies, shall receive any 'other*or' daV. ./ ) \ ;
thin'*ett'tbe' district attorney may be allowed and held ; for the .commitment; or discharge of For hearing and deciding on' criminal greater compensation for'any services rendered Through Far from Palafti. ;.'pfe tiil: ;

A counsel Jee in proportion to tbe I. sliatt, 0 attc einai", on.meJ1.prot, found reasonable ( such prisoners; for the exptnsts necessarily barges, five dollars per day for the time by. him than is provided in this art: Block..Trough Creek Fore, from:- Jacksonville- '.#' 'rety. 8 tJOi : '. ,
imj, ortance and KtBculiy of the cause, iiot .. t.h, incurred for fuel, lights contingencies necessarily employed. and all acts and parts-of acts,' 'allowing AOEITS.1 4f '
exceeding tuiity Collars.In For serving a' of suhpffina'on r ffj a**witness tbatrm(accrue hi"holding tbe, courts .For attending.to a. ref ren.ce.in litigated either ibeovany oilier or greater'fees than A..E..J1ERTZ. Pa1itt. ;'! i .4"I I
every case \rbere a district attorney fifty wrt no furtner compensation within the district and providing .the books ,natter in a c vil c:u':5e" at law; equity! orin\ is herein provided, are hereby.repealed, "and 'H4* CLAOlTOKN BlsD:1 & (:O.JicksonIde.k6K '.' !, ,

J.a.s during the lasi fiix years, prosecuted or I shall cnt for any copy,summons, necessary to record the proceedings thereof: admiralty, in pursuance'of an Order of court; to receive any other or greater compensation Feb,24-tf ., SavamiB.1 i !t "
ilcftiiJcJ a uiljnhicb the United States or notice for witness. Provided, that the marshal sb'al not incuran three dollars per day. is hereby declared to be a misdemeanor: -- a

was concerned, in a district where the law For travel in going only to serve any expense of more than twenty dollars in Fur taking and certifying depositions to And if any officer hereinbefore mentioned, or FORUnited 'PfflT.ADELPHI&- .' ',,... '.;:; 't!(
allows no taxable attorney's fees, and for process, warrant, attachment, or other writ, anyone year for furniture or fifty dollars lie, twenty cents for each folio of one. hundred his deputy, shall, by reason or color of his 41'l 1'
which he has teceived no compensation, including writs of subpoena in civil and for rent of building.and mak.ng improve- words, and ten cents per folio for each office, wilfully) and corruptly ,demalid,- nd States MditPhiladelphia 1"i. .:: ; 'i

.hal be paid for his services according to computed from the place of service to the statement and estimates to the Secretary of q[iiest. allowed in this act.. Le shall on con fiction and &il1a u.. &&i itt ff4ga ':

provisions of this act. court or place where the writ or process is the Interior, and getting his instructions inthe For issuing any warrant, or writ, or any thereof in any court of the! ,UniieJ Slates .:.. tion Company.new .;.:, 1.. ".:I .
For the services of counsel, rendered at returned ; and if more than one person is premises.SEC. other service, the same compensation is. allowed forfeit and pay a fine'lot exceeding five' 'TjiI1E Imd'sPtenwJide-A; : 1
the request of the head of a department, served therewith, the travel shall be computed 3. And le it further enacted, That to cleiks for ]like services. hundred dollars and be imprisoned not ex. .i wheel ..teamabip4"f ?"aJ a f.
such be clerk of districtourt For warrant under the tenth ceeding six months, at the discretion of the *+ I "STATE OF V*l4\ I t'i
district issuing j
sum as may stipulated or agreed from the court to the place of service very attorney, 3 any 1,2)0) tons Tregirier,Capt.WALTER dfELL.VS-4
< which shall be the most remote, adding clerk of a circuit court, and marshalof article of the treaty of the ninth of August, court before whom the conviction shalU be will leave a\'aonal "follow*t r .,'t i t.4,
upon.Whenever there or be several the United shall, until otherwise eighteen hundred and forty-two, betweenthe bad., j
are hal thereto the extra travel which shall be ne States Wednesday,February ..WedneiJMs4! $
charges against any person persons for cessary to serve it on the others : Provided, directed by upon the first day of January United Stales and the Queen of the United Bat this shall not be construed to prohibitthe ", March ,9.'I. .e .Me,18.') -. i
the We act or transaction, or for two or I That when more than two writs of any and July in each year commencingwith Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland: payment of any salary 'authorized by- "' March 23.'S 4 ,!.lane 11; I.
more acts or transaction connected together, I kind in behalf of the same party or parties.i the first day of July,next, or within against any person charged with any of the statute : Brovided;['That in tlie State of California U ,ApH Apt1P 20 R a. 'JlIDe29.' .

oifottwo acts or transactions of the same i to be served on the same person or persons, thirty days from and after the days specified, crimes or offences set forth in said article, and the Territory of Oregon, officers, .TWs bip hat been'huitLhthgritest.'t d'L. '
claw of crimes offences which may befropetly 'I! or part of the same persons, are or might make to the Secretary of the Interor, in such two dollars; and tbe same sum for any war- jurors, and witnesses shall her allowed, for gard ta the safety and COmfort of h el paMenjerf." .
joined, instead of ba'ini several I be served at the same time, the marshal form as he shaJIrescribe'a return in writing rant,issue. under the,provisions.of.. the convention the term of two years, double the fees and Iud her tomuwdations are uanirpiaeVt by nr*> I '
IDdicth the whole may in one I shall be entitled compensation. for travel emol.Jtnsntsf for the surrender of "criminals be. compensation 'allowed by.this act,and tbe Btcaurstup "n the coast. fK -i utl> lid 4
; separate count and if two or I Ion only two of such,, writ; and to saveunnecessary of f their respective offices; of.every, nane: and ween the United States'and the King of the same fees allowed by,this act-with fifty per A'new'stearishfp'nal the'"State bnilding, Itf*.eferyret, ',
aped td 6f
more ,mdictmeio shall in such uenses itshall. be the dutyof character, distinguishing the fees.and emolments '- French, concluded at Washington' on1' the cent added thereto,for two'years thereafter. her place t in :tne linedarin: i&e'Geor ttifeth'of K w fll)tak 1t1%" i't

cases1 the coort may order them consolidated.IV&eueierJwo the clerk to names of as many received payable .under time bankupt'act ninth of November eighteen hundred and That before any bill of' costs 'shall1 he next aud .will-..with,the ;r'State1 gOe.rtI1 l '
or more things belonging witnesses in a cause, in such subpoena, as from those received or l payab'e for forty three;.and upon ellrin.an deciding i taxed by any judge or other 'officer! 'or'al-' ", make ayeekljr line, leating each l Uo'>fn-Wed-d
to ihe fame; person or persons are or shall convenience in serving the same will permit. any other service; and in case of a marshal, upon the case of any/person charged with I lowed by any officer of the treasury, i in favor' Cabin nedy.j 1'wsage front. Sato'raUA, .-. >_ .11 f ile seized lW an alleged violation of the And in all cases where mileage, is ailowedto further distinguishing the fees and, c.nolu- any offence or crime; and arrested under'the of clerks marshaIscommisioners"or': district deJpaJajJ.v, 'a' '. -s-i'i: 19 SM2r! >
tfevenue Ithe whole shall be includedu tbe marshal by this act, it shal be at his ments so received or payable for services by Provisions of said treaty or convention, five attorneys, the party claiming such bill Cabin passage from Sa" rei New'Yk.tf' 1.Z5''(
< one toit ; if not s included, and option to receive the same, his actual himself personally rendered, from those received dollars per day for tbe time necessarily 'em- shall prove by .his.own oath, or some other. .tOrje, .". ,". .10'. ':.1., 1'ot,1
'C A.1'UlAR..A J i Tannaifc
separate actions are prosecuted, the court travelling expenses, to be proved on his or services rendered by a deputy; and ployed. person having knowledge of the facts to IIEItON. & MARTIN n5.',. '," %<" '
may consolidate them. oath to toe satisfaction of the court. also distinguishing the fee and emolumentsso W&neaef Fees. be attached to such bill and filed therewith, "' Agent fit 1lIao1pbia:'" nff
Whenever two or more indicment suitsor For each bail bond, fifty,cents. received or payable for services renderedby For each day's attendance in court, or that the services charged therein have'' been Feb. 21-tr
proceedings, are or sbal prosecuted, For summoning appraisers, each fifty each deputy, by name, and the proper- before any officer pursuant to law, one dot- actually and necessarily. .performed, as therein YOR.K. -
which should be joined, district attorney cents. ion of such fees and emoluments which,'by lar and fifty cents, and five cents per1'mile stated. NeWt, :' 'I : j '

prosecuting them shall be paid but one bill For every commitment or discharge of a I I the terms of his'service', each deputy is to for travelling from' his place of residence to That witnesses .bo'are' required'to attend ]P A C'KE'T: :Ll.N i
of costs for all of them; and if any attorney, prisoner, fifty cents. I receive; and 18 embracing all the, necessary said place of trial or.hearing, and five:cents! any term 'o( the court on the part of the ; I
proctor, or other person admitted to manage For every proclamation in admiralty, office expenses of such officer, together per mile' for returning. %When. witness isiubpcenaed United States shall ,be'5ubl naed' to attend -F" '. ,' 111 .
or conduct causes in any court of the United thirty cents. with the ,vouchers for tbe 'payment of tbe in more than one cause betweenthe to"testify generally! their b, htr.aJ pilot r. i' c }.: .
:tt or of the Territories thereof, shall For sales of vessels or other properly, same for tbe half year' ending on the said same parties in different suits at the to depart* the :'court 'without 'leave ,of the .. "PInThe .1
appeal to have multiplied the proceedingsin under process in admiralty, or under the frst day of January or July,as the case may same court, but one travelfee, and one per court or' district ,attorney, under which .it New New and Kegularlineof Jacket b.tw'l :0,
any cause before such cur 8 as to increase order of a court of admiralty, and for receiving > which return shall be, in all casesveri diem compensation shall 'be allowed for attendance shall be their duty to appear before the grand'jury by the York new Jacksonville and fast-soiling! ,and IchoonertII: Palat .eomp d:. ::'.' '

costs unreasonably vexatiously, and paying the money, for any sum ted b tile oath o( the officer.,m4iiig the to be taxed in the' first' case. :: disposed ,- or petit' j jury- pir both, as they shall :be Joseph Grlee 270 tout: o\ROGERS'CQ 'riJrrsey :.I :". ".
such person may be required, by order ol uuderfive hundred dollars, two and one half .) And] ud district attorney shall be al- of, and "per diem"' only !in the. otherauses r required billie court or district} attorney.No .. Oak, 160 Wns,'J: S. ROGERSi' Ctfm.'f|4 ;-.. .f
the court, 1 satisfy any excess. of costs so per centum; for any larger sum one and owed by the. .said. Secretary. of. the Interioro to be taxed from that time In..'each' writ shall, be 'necessary 'to bring'Into will ply regularly between'flit pdrti: ..-:'* <'' --.j-l 7
increased., of the fees and emoluments 01 his case, in the order ia which they may be1 .AgentinNewYutk. >, .lVt 1 sJ2fr C
one quarter per centum, upon the excess: retain .' court'any prisoner or person 7n .custody, or ] '
Whenevr two or more charges are or For serving an attachment in rem or-a bid office, for his own'personal compensa- disposed of. : for'rem.liding him from .the 'courtinto, custody *CCDS' lit 5.cUGR.ICEi.W&t'Ut''iJP ta-vnwu w 14 vB1SKEE ; ,
be made, or two or more IdictmentsahaU libel in admiralty, two dollars; and vbe,ne ion, over and above his Jiiec ss ry office When a witness is detained !-prison'for: ;:bi the same'shall be done'on, the! ; & CANOVAi' '' .* S
be found against a person, only one cessary expenses of keeping boats, vesls epenses the necessary'clerk hire included, want of security for his appearance, he shallbe order of the/court/ 'or 'district attorney;for Agent in Paatka.T.1----------' JI ,
writ or, warrant shall be necessary to arrest : or 'other property attached or libeled .be. d:afnd. \d'by.th proper'ac. entitled to a compensation"Of'one dollar which'no fee shall be charged by the clerk All goods directed. to their: care will rvtsZ '.
and commit him for trial; and it shall be admiralty,not exceeding two and counting officers of the treasury, I sum exceeding per; day'over and above his subsistence. or marshaL: forwarded. NJirompUj.. .t f
sufficient to state in the writ the name or fifty cents per: day; and in case the debtor six,thousand dollar per' year, and 'When a clerk or other officer of the Uni- ..SEC. 4..1 d be jurtlter enacted, That if Septemnber'4tb.1S52.. ; 1\Z-W r '.j I ,t"45 .
general character of the offences, or to refer claim :shall be settled by the parties, ; at and after that rate for such lime a he ted States shall' be"eent'away' from Ins rW; BbaM.faUwly'l .take ,an. oath or .- hliK "O -1,; 'J '
them only in general terms. Onlyone without a sale ofthe, property, the marshal shal hold the office; and no clerk of a dis-i iti place of business as'a witness for the Gay.enament ; lOV An I
t very affirmation: relation jo .l matter authorized { -,
; ; jn ; any ; TKKMOVALl '
writ or warrant shall be nece8ry.1 shall be entitled to a commission of nli percent cur or cleik of a'circuit?c iart,witbout' papei8r6r "by 'thisact. rsuch.,person, shall ,be r1d 1Ie 'I .";lUTiafor dJ : I
remove a prisoner from one to an- on the first five hundred dollars*' the & \d.bYJbe said Secretary retain ofbe books his salaryshallcontinuehis'ne- diemnCdguiity '-perjury! and upon
ttier a of which may be delivered to4'bellI2iforjtior claim or decree, and one haff of one 'percent !' emoluments" of his sad office, cess ry expenses stated in-jtems and sworn yiction.thereof,s at- suffer*' the .pains .aod eidul thabobaemnoted.toouooTths.neszajspL Stores'of Dr,, ,Ujrnefcwh.ere ke hope ,tff.j :, .i
from whose custody the on the excessover five hundred dollars: Sr n"'s1ioib fbe'8id 'clerkstips shall I tp'in: going, returning i ,and .attendance' ,onthe'Court penaliieiatbat case provided, J t meet hii friends, and pktr nil as re'tfdy trf pnrehart'; j
prisoner miy'Jre taken ; and another copy That in case'the value of tbe pro be i held by the sid of- shall b 'audit dand p ald, liut no : thev.rytnany'eheap &rtio1essalntimespsatih'i 1
thereof tbeberiflf or jailor to whose custody PrOiid be 'less than the clainv'tfien, fs for his'own'personal''compensation; mileage''bor: other 'compensation; "shall'in, iSEoitSAnd! be furthenenacted! ,"IThatallIawsan& stor,will be apaeiona;keatcareiiient add pkaJ J \ 'I
s1.U t'fltad
and above the of case be allowed;' 'f;' : be eomrotied and the such commission U' be .
originalwrit c necessary .
may b and j'suc'.c expenses any dueed prices ;nearly at coat,(a tfrdef to elear .ff
which areiRco paliblewithtb prOVi a. .
si '
,. .it marshal'1 return thereon, the appraised value there tusoffieeand accessary clerk hire included, shall be. pai4 to.,'uch seamen; .or ; :and abno. the winter stock to make ;y'for'life ipnnl.
shall l to tbe clerk of the district of., I. ajso.to.be .audited and allowed'.byvtb.9: 'proper other p i son as has been., shalb] :8ent..tp Of this act; re.1ilerebyrepeaJ..d }, Tho stock,consiaU of Prints GiifgB4msFi; gureia '
which rUre' be removed Whenevera I For/serring a writ of possession;,;partition, .accounting officers ottthe; tieasury the United Siates'from'any Foreign'port'statido -. gated : sJfaidefantvtTthaeTtettiMkishallnot d-.Laines,all wool.-Plato and flr,wldolnrRW,1 J '
t my' / : dr
;' ''States be construed tO< repeal toodify sold cheap Pomnba1ies1AicMMohsizIIrlol
United : '
Bum'exceeaing three t five hu'ndr d ;seia'or ocean, ;by1any' yerj
prisoner a sheriff or Jailor execution'or final pzocstb same .
any .
f Chameleon Lastrea, Merinois Fig. and ,PUU
cmmilel l clause:or provisionot an actiapprovedthe r
by ,irle'ofa or 'mittimus, a mileage as is herein '.allow d' for the eeric dollars per;year for any stlch1'districtderkor.Ciretiit Minister, Chargeid'Aflaires'Consul' Com any rt ti bteel\hundred Italian'Silkj,wide Black dii':'all Wool Flaunela-a. '
copy thereof U be. delivered to the sheriff pf ; and for making: srp clerk or at and after that rate for I mander; cc,Cap Li ,, to.give te timony,ill eighteenth.seplaim, and .Sheetln 81alrtiD :Tabfe':Linens}' 'lamask nt : 'I
or jailor as hi* authority bold the prisoner, aD'otlerritt, .on ucb-'iime a be hold the'offic .'. ,PrtHtufofy'Tbat I any 'criminal case \yhicb, bas been or.. may and fifty, entitled AIt : tto.amend Cloths'&e;Abont twenty verf ftne silk aa4 atbt'QBqaneU :
Yice! pr' prYt1a'er sba! of be'deVendingln 'any court'W&ti.Un f d, supplementary to the act entitled,, !'An<,act of the latest faU jSuhion*will soldabr.js I '
and te original writ, warrant or mittmus tising and disposing of the .vb compensation any 'the .tourtwbicb ns/usW'W\ ,fromjustice,, and per* cost;this'win,btf a rare thanee foY(boa who riib.ito' I
clerk shall dollars sueb'compensaUonslas t esp '
the jfi according.jo.Jawrttecehring : State, themselves with Haw 1arfl
$et % be.teu't1o.6u hunre supply j a very a
proper : serjrfce
.btb.retarae't Cr other
ofthe! escapingfrotft.lbe If
annum i ;and ; bad have cogdizabce sons ; ;
return ,over the ; per ; nc or a.balL ; sortoientofPlara; Fig. and'EmBfoldertdniere 4ag ,
. '1&wit te. ofur.: aam.i/ee aa.. >undage di ar?.JQneJbe allowed by tbeproper accountingofficeroIthetreaidry.sball crime, siiail t.dJ judge i'obe.itght L 9dpoper. .February twelfth,,fe.v.enteen.bilndVe .hawls; Silk Mantillas u tz lDdJ'lcnI'.1;
Fe : bepaidto bins theref r not to.exceed.ooedolfar for.. Mh..!, /,, the andjpiucty.lbreeh *' & t: ,'tf''nl prices Laoei and Embroideries, .very'rtekj--)
.Tor issuing summon'and: entering,' : >evr',' lry allwe4, }or.similar Sttei services re.p \Jbe.hcrit, aftd ud marshal shall be allowed by the'sai&IN laid'seamen bksol has been J'r.r.sbair be.. ,$KdttAndh: ii> furtheTt'tnaiUi,', JI ttnen44&ri hor\Silk Lace$ $' :)idt3liva Mitts T3onnet, Sild.4, 'ta.Lot' NIC_UrlL It, I'
Za.f'the ,
'tmilon cP t 't
to retain of tbe.fees and necessarilyWthe'Yoyage/'arriving; the actrapprove'd September twenty-eighth; '
or other, writexeept'riijof a the may-be,r Secretary tnolament and Belt dd.:,LUen Cambria HdklL EmbroidereSiliHoaeattl.OO I5n&
..* atlmel for a for&nie venires ndrd: :: lU jo-JU of;his office/for own'personal comp '; plece..of examination or ial.J'jtlu.8IYe eighteen hundred and fifty.-ehtitled,.AD i act Plaiaj front 12.eentfla tl 00.Blk"sad tcI
venire, IUII or liJan serving summoning 'JJiCCO1Tt! the law and judicial ; fl4i ., .Ti7tSxtI5t51: ,# .
tit four allowance of s naJ an4 J I P9r.t1\. ) ta provide
1Witnec twelve jurors, fOhletand .
A dollr. meDrI4.orp third X"r ab'e'1propr i : caseexceed ta'taTce into cqnsieratiotiu jyiqg eajd.compehsation'tbe -, system of the1 United States to :4be btateof'ifornia't fashionable j ) dress goods,cad be had at N.wprices. '_
and one cents .
4 .nfcr filing: d& or ; t Gentlemen eoliolted 41-.n aid f
tbirllree ,
J 1.a wither enteiJgler r l arid r in ''St where>for Y by.th'fa 1 *, tliree(otinht i. pape lncat of th'rf IState; o"'j *;l spayaW6'fur.the'strvices4indet.iti "itnesSei': *vb'etbetl'hy-yoyiiKe'I W Ih, co'irrtot tbfti SjUtte of \ aWori_ I at-Cloths ;Vrwi,'Crad'Jrt5
." .tRoMD g rery'calht ot af ibef'bfficeri; !of corpbrate tt tbJ&l by the Deputy; whom the allowances' up to'hiivioJBry-'by QJ.'wj ,,or ot iU< .: tnarahal cball'receivVforltne'QSi badeV audii;may-be''reduce& below that rate theJ1nit (f. tateUlf Jlotl.'f n dr' 10lY"I(} Y\ compe.ely) 8t,ifi, )Dftrre4.bylawt lpon.ihq4iptct < > pnUsmam&"*wsnUaota 8bat&ats,tkxL '
v ." by lotfthe fI Slip rt.11f11*o. bepab11sazrUpsCf4ll'o11cLtedtoeaU h .
,IUCt.4 Interior when. : ; r BiKplj ou&. *.1bti, 1ateotisYorkdZ "
the ald.
return leor4ercon.fl&wpldgmezg -the'-toffice.'emplpj'ei: kisdrawin 8 nsummoning < by the said&cretary'f t t.'f.' t1P,1 I.t ;pers v- torf< *ndszsawanapn-, '
;" aif decree, ; the 'jurors aod returning', each! eve U"(&nrn .haU show that rats of taU ;6atJ 11)(tkaflipo'rt 4 in anXarmed ssel.o1 N, tH'J .a Il JB. J g l1Jj beslb tsexss1veO;.'Byrae't New Block,ssoon *; .'
cr'recognizance,; : forusttsten 0c* and Newnan Street .
'his'(owntfiiaWdistributing lowance to te-Von'rtaidB4bW/arid ber.c.e.nd the Uflftcd Stat -no cbarg '" door eorner Bay : '

.K&wiojr. k;Any returns,bondor or report;ttaking* for;.any each-ted folk,, venire,1 m twodollarsi'andTor the venire IWQ dollajyfd. "above :.the.necessary office expense. of. the ,.or transportation- shall be made r; u. I(; any Approhred February' 1853v, LB.AMEKMAN: ,. ,


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l ? -* = --- -- == -- - --- .4-- --- - r -- rTe -
x The Galpliln: Claim. vances for the particular defence that she Kail done wi .,'te--matters alluded to in the ; the'pnb- Gift.-.f TAN..... 1VSt1e -

made, and which: bad been brought into the report of[ .tt e_,on. ihe..Gardinerc -
LIJ J. ,. .. .One of the ? noted events of sacred The following
1tT..t: ftom s Bprrvb of It. A. II. Bt assumption act of 1790 .Congre s"ia.1832, eP 3'' mol: resolution was

., pe..est.statIv... Sf O..I1tI,,, at,th In.f h Ute* IIon 8rIn. .f Ue-ofDefence assumed the liability and paid it j and, io J 1- : 'GaZ., history, is that ,the "miraculous gift of meeting of the Vestry of St. Job p' I,

: V isvtus, I. of the Galphln doing that, Congress did right; because Virginia ,lto"tIBl : ? o apply ,speecfi, imparted to'the twelve' Apostles of Jadanie: on the 28th 1lto: 'r

$ VklMit in(1790, did not know tbatubewa* WIBUCilJACKSONVILLE_ I tsthe : oar Syioar."Th'is occurrence, :we are in- Resolved, That a a
liable prVoald be liable for those' claims Wbig etery been provided, no fa puLI -
I Thee are the ftetIn: I7t, the Cherokee Yon paid under that act nearly million of : : fore was upon the Dity of Pentecost wi b allowed uponthe ? I5

T Indiana ttnd tile Cieek Indian* in the Stale dollars, perhaps more. I a day answering to the Whit-Sunday of the Churc an tht AKSJ lt

;; cst f3eOr iy rre Indebted let certain traders Now then the ? of Galphtn ; s same. give *
representatives Thursday, March 24, Christian Church, happening fifty days after b the le lb
of the .
to a considerable amonnt of They
money. came and asked the General Government to be weJ pp
, ; had..|''!thio' pavit: i! with.,. This"u while pay them 9,791 15s. 5J., with interest at Fterlda Appointment the sub' Easter, the word Pentecost meaning fif A. S. BUD"": ,

Cegt *iiii a British Colony. These Indiana six per cent.; which was the liabitity or debt tieth. I presents a sublime picture to the .

agreed to cede to the crown of Great of Georgia. incurred for the particular defenceof Florida seems already tojiave made by re- mind, t contemplate the together Meeting otC e Pl-.nk Ilo**Da
I amblag
,.t Rrilian a tertain amount of lanll-two million that part of the common country not including tremendous breach in the walls of Papdom : claim for of twelve Apostles, in "upper room," At a meeting of the Board of Directo.e

c and a hIruf acres or tluMtMihonts i in the act of 1790 just as they did States, of
canstderaUnn i of Which Great Uritinn was to the Virginia' claims, and identically upon thesame as we learn by paper'and'oter'is in the city of Jerusalem, at the moment of the Jacksonville and AUip Pfenk

iA take the lands and discharge tl.tir debts toifceWttadeni. principles of equity, ,and ,justice and, Washington. The telegraph' brings us, not be "the gift _of Tongues." It is known that Company, held at the, ofjaebo! ,'

1 .' 'The treaty wan made i ialTU right. In 1836 the Senate passed resolution following : the houses of the East were built with the and commencing.-Mondaylbe '.' end

;1t !,, fOrt.the td May. 1775, a certificate requesting the President of the United J. P. Baldwin, Collector of, Key Wet. about in the the until iJtfc
principal apartments upper story continue Wednesday th,
wal Made out commissioners '
lt by appointedAteotJinr
General Jackson) to 'Write Id the State. Si.
( Judge Geo. S. Hawkins, Collector lower being chiefly appropriated as an entrance inst; Pwseot, I. D.
t r ; to the treaty ttt George Galphin Governor Georgia' to get all the informationin by Har TbosThoa. .

for it91 16* 5
broke obi in 1776. 'The land was nary, 1837. Ganeral Jackson so wrote; and : Ferdinand MarIno Marshal of the Southern claim tbe main building. This mode of buildingis and James M. Baker. The Boa.j B.R

1:3: rat, sold,by Great! Bntian, hor the debt rant Governor Scbley, ,of Georgia-a political District of Florida. treaty in in : to order by T. D. Hart, *
a measure,
I JVtrt of it paid: and in 17t7, Georgia friend of General Jackson-answered the We also have Verbal information that upon preserved of the E'Te bye

toot possession of the lands. Slit gave inquires soon after, and amongst other things than countries,in modern times. company were id and aJbJJ

F? then as bounty the soldier who would said, /Act there it justly due to the heist of pointments have been male for Jacksnie.a The power of God displayed itself, as we ad.I

r; ; fo and occupy them. She used them inear George Galphin the mm of nine thousandseven follows i Dr. J. G Dell Collector by Mr. are informed, like the "sound of a rush It was Ordered That an asse.tsm.n,

national tit fence i irt the war of the Revolution hundred and ninety-one pound fifteen the Customs; S. D. Ftrnandez, : a I twenty per cent on the stock, ;:: of
wind" from Heaven which
I : ; and George Oalphln, in that day, thttlingt and five pence, sterling money of. Jacksonville Paul C nova, Inspector in ing mighty before the first Monday in June Tj?
r : did your country and tI.e infant colony of Great Britain," fyc., !{c.; "and the only quet- article filled all the house wherein tbe Apostles made. lU,

L4. Georgia most essential service in preventing finn now ii, whether Georgia or the United the Bar. C. M. Cooper, Postmaster Jacksonville. were "And there appeared unto Ordee. That O. J. EMU
4 the Indians from Itmkinjc inroads the We have only the objection were in sitting. Chafe
upon State ought to pay the money1 The claim general them," the sacred writer adds, "cloven receive assesent in
defenceless inhabitants of that unprotected like many others remained for several yeais. to Dr. Dells appointment, that wrangle ton, Henry R. Fort. _, Savan C.a1

1L :, frontier. but in August, 1848 Congress passed a law might be equally as well filled here on please tongues as of fireand sat upon each of them. Wm. B. Ross, Esqr., in

I ji\ eak from history and the records of requiring the Secretary of the Treasury "to I is reasonable t suppose "cloven tongues"to sit the same subject lo Algtor.and4p
roonlrfGalphin HUe to the cause of spot. In regard the discharge of the purpose
as examine and adjust" it, add "to pay the t be a descriptive term conveying the idea
_; f his country and her struggle for indepen- amount which may be found due to Milledge of the respective offices, we have no accuse urer.Ordert That the Road be laid wi
of streaks of in the of (
light shape
dence. And I slate here that tlhe only sec- if his tongues plak
1t! ; Galphint executor of George Galphin, out the new appointees will render long 2J inches
lien of obr State Which wan nut at some which light "sat upon" or surrounded each and
of in the Treasury not otherwise four inches
any money Judah "without enough projection, two stringers J6-
period! Of (the war taken by the British, was appropriated," and in pursuance of that law to the public ; which of the tenants of the room as a hao.! I wasa long, 8 incheh wide two inches feet

f'.:F where settlements weie made on those lands, the principal and interest of that debt was sceptre" will have less trouble than the special visitation of God's Holy Spirit, Joints of stringers to be broken by thick.

F t_ in tbe County of Wilkc-s. There the British paid. That, sir, is Galphinism! bight, ins. Congress, same width and thickness, two iitt, of
LI; flag has never waved kince the declaration pectant the "rub- which has been displayed in numerous instances W,
its length, its breadth and depth. There it placed on the inside. The Road be
E; nl independence.! Nay, more; a fort erected! stands, in all its naked deformity. Look The Late Admlnlitratlon. particularly in the Baptism of our twenty.six feet wide from the t opeg

: by these settlers, bearing the! name of Washington upon it, examine it, scrutinize, and tell me We had that-the solemn circumstances "Monroe Saviour when it is sid the Holy: Spirit descended the ditches 1 feet in the centre,
thought {
the site of tlie of .. '
I on ceDf
pres-enl where is the .te llIlle, and who have been him "like dove which stumps and roots, ditches on both
If Washington -tl.e name continued from that at surrounding the Democratic much as upon a to
It the uwindlert.n When the case was last present be not less than twenty feet from
r I aay to this-was the lust place,as I believe, would the comparison is thought by commentators to inside*
.t presented to Congress whose hands was it organ ot this place at inside; ditches to be three feet wide

4 I: '. on this whole continent named: in honor of put in 10! Into the hands of George Mc. for a brief time have exempted its Indians have meant undulating waves of light, fall two feet at bottom, and 2J feel deep. at Stria-top,

! the Father of his country. This, I say, I Duffie, of South Carolina. Who presentedit ard! exhibition "reck- ing like the motion of the wings of a dove gers to be 'laid five feet two inches from
tr believe. I dn not sl&te thi." historic lact from partisan ascerbity an ten.
1 < as a ; ? George McDtiffie Did he want to commit In the before tre to centre. Ten feel in the
: for there may hare been Mime jt'ace so cal- fraud against your Treasury Was In a spirit of partisan controversy. The Congress upon our Saiour's bea. case road to be raised and well pulverized centre; of the

ri:: led at an earlier cll\tcj; I think not, however; a swindler ? It went before a committee administration having retired from office, of us, Ibis divine presence filled, or pervaded which' the planks be laid, leaving upon
ct; and until the contrary he shown, I shall and who constituted hat committee Mefsrs.: closed afford the room, and a similar case appearsin inches on each the planks eight
of beiro with
cession just ,
-I; claim the honor for my State and the people Rreise, Berrien Westcott, and Web. Congress ; ancient Jewish tabernacle inclination in
* Ashley he might the filling of the or slope, towards tbe ditches of
I tti of the coumtry of my birth. made to the Senate, and new Federal authorities succeeding two inches. Tbe
ster. They a report of which grade of the
with "cloud the lobe
: ) .Et tint to proceed with my narrative. The spread it before the country in 1847. The with a triumph which might dispose ; would a less than one foot in fifteen: roa not
: I State of Georgia, in 1780, passed: an actt't for the time, prevenled.lhe entrance of Moses cau'slaYI
bill passed the Senate, There was no their most unscrupulous adulators to giving a and bridges to be not Ie.'s than twelve lets
: binding ftnd obligating her.-ef! pay to any midable opposition, because the grounds kick, into the tabernacle. We are told of "the wide and eight inches above
towards the high water
their hostility
: of lho.te Indian claimants who pend
true to
were upon which it was presented and sustained! Gift of Tongues," that the power of speak. mark.
the country, the whole amount awarded: to believe he avoided. -we of the .Veu a diversion loss of
were too clear, as I to expected Col. J. Sanderson
ing different languages then given to was duly elected
them by the cuminicHoners i under the treaty, Here was the act of Georgia obliging her to politics for a time anJ a thorough va Pre
'4 : iF and for which the lands were bound inequity solemn debt the Apostles, and the "tongues as of fire"
pay that debt-as a as ever was to those local and commercial retiring dent.Hon.
and good 'lailh, with interest six per contracted. Ii was for particular defences, with are typical of the tongues or different lan- Thos. Douglas, and Cot I. D. Hart;
LtL cent. George Galphin wus one of then. Byif which its announced editor of late
and was precisely the same grounds which were elected Directors
put upon to master. money
they were
of the
x guages
'I her act she assumed this debt Galphin for '
.: } assumption as the Virginia claims and no its readers. it that this miraculous gift was A. M. Reed), Esq. was elected Treasurer
Why was
m 9,791 J5. 5d., with interest at SIX< percent one could escape the force of the reasons.In We hailed these promises bands
t .i )per RIM urn. Did this not solemn act 1848 it was before the same committeein certainly bestowed on the occasion ? We may readi- Geo. W. Call, E. was elected Secrets

f ttt create a just debt J But Galphin died in That committee attention to our much neglected that it to'enable tbe
. the :Senate. was composed ly was Apostles
:J: t 17&0. Very suon after the net pa.st.ed.' concerns with great pleasure, and regret ry.Ordered
of the same gentlemen who constituted to offer the Gospel to creature," That the Eastern terminus of the
1".1: :: Sir. George: Wnltcm, a signer of the Declaration the former committee, with one or two departure from this purpose shown in f. every Road to be fixed at the point where Dunl
: 1 t ,f of i ifi i our and to different races people. We are
J the
t indeHiHleicefrom State
| exceptions-a committee of able and practi. last number of the New, as much for streets intersects the corporation limits of
. : : for its
ft/. kbew Gmtyc Galphici, that ie enjoyed bis it.V ere they the "Galphms" who per as uselesness > Liv together thousands of such strangers to Jerusalem terminus at some eligible point at Wes1f
: friendship in his lifetime," that he was apatriot s. Another reason why corp
H petrated this monstrous fraud The distinguished tuthlelsne the from Rome Greece and of ration Imil of the town of Alligator
; parts
; i;.>, and had tendered essential services!!! Senator from Michigan, [General writer of the article alluded to might E-kitn by actual
.i',..; to.the cUlllltr '. Mr. Walton further stated I : Africa and Asia. At once, by the preaching survey.
) Ordered
of War said that That Messrs.
I when
. "; Cass] Secretary i refrained his thrust at the administration and Ro sl>
..rj. that he was on the committee of the Geor. there was no doubt but that the claim was ff late of Peter, about three thousand souls were cbar ed'\ith the sum-y of Ihe road b
: is > gia Legilatuie that framed the law of Mr. FILLMOKE, is that its honored be\tl
,, 1780, just, and the only question was, which ress. baptized and added unto the church. How the termini*, with authority to employ such
.tt :' "rnjdlllS' for the ;payment' ol these claims; should pay it, Georgia or the United Stales. himself has with unprecedented agent and assistants as they deem
: Mr. could work accomplished r.tpe-
be' so
: f v' that was chairman of that committee Was he one of the swindlers. been invited by the people of the South great dient, and that they prepare a profile of the
: .0,1 that he drew tbe act and well recollected en- had these Galilean preachers, who
: in 1848 the bill came into the poor road, and
;" Early visit this section, and by our latest report tie -auie by toe Monday -
: ;:t::; : if* tnutives, tin iuurity, and it. intention House, and was laid upon your table. The as well were all from one small province of Judea, in May.Ordere .
', ,: :? justice? and i Miat wag all honest' debt, due he was about starting from Washington That
and the referred the
report was! printed, case to is. and spoke only one language, been dependent Putert advertise fot
.:f :O". to that *--venera1' IJlltn." Did George Walton a committee of this House. I have beforeme that purpose. If, after being invited proposals to build by sectionV

;" :f tot ". want to "" / "' anybody Did George the name of that committee, and they are Savannah, he should be favored with ar Vis upon their natural capacities alone ? whole or in part, proposal roa. to be recentiuntil

.; Walton pl"t frtrtul again Tea equal to They were divinely snpplied by extraordinary tbe first
your 'Url all honorable men, and unimpeachable.One of the Jacksonville "A'eiw' of a Q'x day of June i.exl.
:: ..} : George Walton the nmn who risked his life of the gentlemen upon that committeeMr. copy n by means to perform the great work to The regular meetings of the Board;
and find therein his )
for the liberties 1 Was ,
' you enjoy he speaking re
Pettit is nominated by his I if de
1': [ ] party, which they were appointed. ordered be !
to at
alt lo 'his Jac'ionvileupon! the
*J! get arm into the Treasury? see, to be a Senator from the State of assaulted as the "most reckless and hell

f ,',d : 5
: may howl againM the Galphins! manner of speech of the Apostles, began to The '
as long as Board then
'i' think it was a great; fraud ? Was he tryingto country," as giving countenance to ; with adjourned n.-ttil the neit
you please, hut white I stand upon ibe testimony cheat the public t Is he one of those taunt and to say they were"filled with \Vle." regular
t of the man who stood by his' country with whose blood it is the desire of some to sale plunder of the public funds," he getting Peter to the mpetinJ.Proceedius
Thereupon arose deny charge
:. in its daikei hour, I shall feel( dishonor Cs&bolic
:i no write the history of this Administration he impressed with the idea that of Town
;t J :, in the saying that at the hour the gift of
0, defending, rights! of that man whose Do you want to write the history of this was rather a rowdy sort of place and and tongues
; friendship he enjoyed while living. Administration in the blood of General Cass, was imparted, it was but the third hour in Coocir. CHAMBER,
: Democratic oracles curions
its were
:.j i'i": I I gay there never was a juster claim of Mr. Forsyth, of Governor Schley, the the day, a time even on Feast days, when March 18th, 1853.
again: the Mate (If Georgia than this. :She Committee pensels of hospitality.It gen-
blood of the Judiciary in the
t the Jews accustomed to fast. And Council
were met
: .: pledged t<> him the amount of his debt' it was Senate, and in the blood of the distinguished. is mainly to these charges against the instruc : present His Honor H. D.

tj : 9,791 15s, 5d. in sterling money, and six individual to whom I have just alluded 1 administration that we are now disposed hope further, the same Apostle repeated the solemn Holland, Intenda.it ; 3Iessr Buffiin'ton,

.: .t.. per cent interest. Well. the old man died Are all these men Galphins I believe the content to let language of the ancient prophets-of Butts, Clark and I'oxvnseaJ, Councilmen.
: month reply as we are pas
a or two after-the venerable old gentleman from Ohio said that they, the"Galphins1 a Joel and of David, to show that the present Minutes of last stated read

: nj; ;t. man, a* the patriot Walton called him. I were buried so deep that the praise bestowed in the same article upon cf an manifestation of the Holy J Ghost was foretoldby and meeting' were

... i saw some time ago a toast given' at admf. band of resurrection would never raise them unfledged administration of Gen. al'prvell
with this idea-that edifice them. The familiarity of Peter with Petition of J.
ner the history of this prophetic H. McRory, praying
in Indiana
: r UI) But the Democracy it Such praise is only that kind of permission
:.: ;) .= Administration would be written in the blood seems, ) has imparted new life to one of which is "satire in that de language, too, shows bow the gifts to fill ir street in front of premise

.: 't'\t.. of the Galphin And who. sir, was Gal- ihem-has &"galvanized" him, at least, by di8guiAe"-maetinj Fair of knowledge must have been miraculously occupied by him, and remuneration
: asking
lie ,, of from and for
paim w one the moM distinguished him the Senate.I it does a press, augbt
.' sending to I prepared multiplied upon the Apostles. The identity for same, on motion Councilman
: ;;. ", ,. ', a man who stood by tle patriots who beard a gentleman inquire how this in the harshest in the of verse after verse, quoted by the Apostle Townsend, laid on the table.
: claim passed through this House. since stigmatized
j '. :. won)'ourJibel ties Had achieved ihe independence Galphin Colt Liv- with the words of prophecy in the Old Street Committee
r .. I it passed this House by the unanimous doctrines favored were empowered to
." ;;;: of your wUlltr). I state further, thai say of the leading by
fcfr the
:. :, his daughlvr was married to John Milledge, vole of every man in it when any one man's in his message. The article Testament, should silence tbe weak argument contract for digging of well at corner of
; Li of Georgia: a man whose name the capital vote could have prevented it. It stood upon headed 'The New President,"-and on that is sometimes advanced by many .Market and Monros streets.

:' tit Our>> Slate mill hears in the city of MilIrdgeville itx own merits. No speech was made in its against the inspired book, that the New Testament Councilman Buffington presented the following -
< behalf. It had no argument but the plain following is a fragment of the
.,, andt't do not feel dishonored' of the oil the but not the Old, is to believed. Ordinance, which was, on motion of
, by this perpetuation of the name of a man short strong argument committee. which perfumes His Excellency" : I

I who was thus connected and allied with Their printed report lay upon your desk "A reckless and 4. we cannot believe the Old, we must disbelieve Councilman Butts, unanimously passed:

L ;::4 George Galphin And whoever wants the for six months. It was then taken up and ration more never been known profligate td'.this oceured, the writers in the New. Be it Ordained, 4c., That James L ,1a
history this Administration written in the acted upon at a time when no bill could than the one just closed. Such \coln.try abut a These prophecies about the "last days"to garth and other citizens be and are hereby

blood of the Galphin.a, wants it written in pass, that did not receive the unanimous authorized: to drain the pond! in the western
iii of in the House. Your sale plunder the public funds has somt res which Peter alludes, have a remarkable
the blood of some of the purest and noblest support every characterized extremity of the town at their own expense:
Journal shows Ibis facl. It passed! in August any previous that interpretation by some commentators and a
men who periled their all for the rights and under this Government. President Pierce that is to say, he or they may cut or ditch
'- 4 JiberticAof their country. 1848. Were all in this house. then now in the Executive Chair and S. GOOD- writer in the Christian Witness quotes Bick- through! thai portion of the streets in whi

.: .., Now sir. this claim was presented to the Galphins It was passed, and carried to :I tige of Galphin m must disappear every, not PAATT, ersteth, Dr. Chalmers, and Bishop Henshaw such draining may be necessary, if Do
,. Mr. Polk for his signature. Did not he
of the Slate of the serious inconvenience of
Legislature in the citizens
Georgia 1793,
.i understand all about Galphin ? Was not in what are generally termed "high places fire, and to prove the promised coming of our Saviour
by bis son. The committee to whom it town.
was but in the lower likewise. sid
Mr. feed and ones must to complete the Millenium before the time
Forsyth a attorney, did he not ID'S.
referred, reported in favor oi it. And it
was Oa motion
the We do by Councilman a
axe not Boffington
presented to several' Legislatures after that prosecute it while Secretary of State under there vijorously. of extermination say S. GCOD- appointed for the "judging of the quick and

41p up to 1826; but it wax not paid, though almost Jackson Did not Mr. Wise report then, upon the ins but we think that in instances *shot the dead." As to what the prophecies spoken Committee, consisting of Councilman Buf-
that this Galphin was about$150,0001 many fington, Townsend, and ClarkS
whum appointed -
every committee to it was re>
Was Polk it would be well to present them a crowd of by Peter refer, there are different
not as Speaker of this
fatted reported in favor of it, as a just debtvgainsl ticket The Government needs to examine and report upon the
t House at'that lime, conversant with all through a Aegro opinions, even among learned
Did l
Georgia. ask it commentator
you why was -the body politic has got condition of the finances of the town.,
these facts It is to be presumed that he chi whether to the manifestation
; j I Ifill of God's
ol paid ren.
i in opinion,
my of pow-
; fa t 'CUJ'tllI' was. At any event, he signed! the bill two repair from neglect. and must be An account of B. F. Townsend, for labor,
because have in
imply } the haslbeen the destruction of Jerusalem which
money. to a healthy tone. After the selection occurred -
i For the Mine reason I fear that most of our days after it passed. Is he, too, one of this was ordered to be paid.
faithful and efficient for tbe about
famous ofthe men many \, forty years after our Lord's
Mr. Walker
,$ I f, States will fail to pay their debts when the family Galpbins in the gift of the President he will On motion by Councilman Butts, Council
his of the ascension the final destruction
%l.% question shall be between refusal and Secretary Treasury paid theprincipal 4 or of tbe then
? high tualia... very but did not pay the interest because another important work to engage his attention. ; world. It is a beautiful conception-that adjuorned.
He will have to keep an on ATTEST: F. C. BARRETT
: be stated in his eye ,
as testimony, he did thm.thlt
it here ? I :
Well why was presented will there may be no cause for has )ieen of the authors above named-that the Lord
: not have time to investigate that point. Clerk of
tell In 1790, the General Government Cori.BOUD
you. But he said-and mark it-that what ever among the people. An earnest and ot, the is to make his appearance as the completerof
what known the ,
i :. passed That i is,the is General Government as assumptionact. brought Galphin's debt was. this Government, by the mitted supervision of his subordinates, is Tow of the Millenium at a intermediate period, OJ VISITORS TO WEST Poor
only means to guard the to ,
way temptation Ac&Dssev.-The is list of the
act of 1848, had assumed it fully. The the following a
and that work is
into a general; account the contribut o is of i not to be left muchas
w q act of Georgia of 1780, pledging to Galphin ana provide against the commission of s I Board of Visitors to-the( Military Academy,
: each!Sute,''either: to the general defence, or But this we in general to the of
4 q3 tbe defence of the .9,791 15s. 5d., with interest at six per or crime. enough on poini.In Cn.bas suppose agency appointed by tbe President fo 1853 :
particular common straggle to the "recklessness1* frail roan, and to the means appointed Hon. Daniel Goodenow, Maine.
: I of the war of our national independence. centum per annum, was not before him. regard and "profligacy" b? the ; by .
At this ticif Galphin, was dead. And Georgia But who can say, with that act before him, of the late administration, we London, him.The Hon. Wm. G. Bales, Massachusetts.-.. '
? .' be would not have paid the interest according C. W. EMJ. Connecticut ,
: Andrews
occasion of the "
bad not' ibis it false accusation gift of "
paid, ,7915f.5d She bad to his testimony For he said, whatever gard as a and we waling Tongues, Henry Dies, Esq. New York.

; pledged kerselto pay for the land she bad the debt ""asThich was due to Galphin, the disprove it entirely by the last report of hickory. : displays, first, the miraculous power of God Francis $.Esq. Penosylvania.

t taken bad'I possession of tbe and debt disposed and of, billing act ot 1848 had assumed. And who can Secretary of the Treasury, bad not in spreading the Christian gospel l; second, i Colonel John C.!:.Groom, Maryland
paid did br
r4I : that 9,791 15s. 3d. with nix Union following Peter's to the, Hon. Kenneth Rayner, North
it into account on the settlement under the I say per cent. Washington to which the i ads testimony truth of the 'Ci

4 t ,- assumption act of 1790. The settlementunder i interest, was not due to Galphin by the act Democratic C.ongre gave a monopoly the $>av- Old Testament prophecies; aDd.third. establishes General Major A.D.V. Brumby, Gria. f
? If is
of Georgia of 1780 any man bold Janis
: the Assumption act was thought for a enough to do this, him do it. My time tbe public printing, fail d even as, yet ) latest,' ) ,in- that our Saviour's claims to what he Joshua' Esq. Louisiana.
I le
,4 t; i I and long that dine she in Georgia could not to be a behind final settlement it.Vell. will not permit me discuss this subjectat favor the pubic with ,that document, although (' K&o: professed to be were proved, :not only by Professor Henry Tuwiler. Alabama.Rev. .

I : : io 1832,.tbe.Slate of ,Virginia go came before, any greater length, and I trust the House the present session of the same ConrtU 185?. those old prophecies,but"approved" also by James Misisppi

; I will pardon this digression. bas residence the miracles which be Major.G. T. War Flrida. ,
Congress, rind presented claims to a large :attempted,to "go/pawiyeMhat,establishment'into performed. General .,
;, under these I have to ny,at this time: about Tbltay : Geo.
amount circumstances : She stated nothing expedition, by an, Henry) S. Esq. Wisconsin.A .
Ihit, just before the ,war'closed, she bad the tbe then Secretary of War in the bill THE LARGEST PIECE OJ GOLD YET.-The Bai.
priation Deficency of Cumbre
- $ bylaw jJuoiised'taall; offiieers of a certain with it. Mr. Crawford was interested in $93,657 English ship 'Croi'.Aedt! 'from Mel- '
the claim, and of War when tbe public By the delight bourne for DISASTROUS HAJJ STOSM occurndColumbus
I i gradr: ua dais. certain annuities for life, if wu Secretary printers. Treasury tucbec Pernabuco .
: tbfJ'wOIIId eelit in.tbe service of the United tbe interest was paid-that is all. I will port, however, at tbe previous session, : Vice January 16th, haying :bar seventy (Ga.).Thursday, which dutiije'1.*

',4 Rates doting tbe war. These men bad never however ask, when tbe offer was mae t will appear that the "go/pAtim/a" of Irith thousand .ounces in gold. had one property, it is supposed to the 1'
4 .4 have the and legality' of he ingot of of $150 ))00. Ttre.Tsmessays: '
been'Cafied iuui service before the termination jllc .pure gold forty six poonds troy
I: of fMi.'f volu OnUl war. But they bad anc t the Supreme Court 'of the administration i consisted in its saving, $4 on jthe weight : Almost every house in the city was in

t I t. 4nti.1&111..ancJ claimed their pay according: Unit States, who prefnt it?, The i 656,035, over the amount disbursed by Mr.POLK change, I jured. The Warehouse' :of lJ" Jbnkia! ,

*.. Journal in the items dan '. Gunbyv Daniel ffifCo. and of &
I contract Virginia and finally tbe wil aoW.tDid ; same. of'expenditure! l.
St": Sa
I -Tbe
I'., o"
: came says: were unroofed. Six or eight store koMes<
aud ked
dUD 'Sutler
dbie calDe a Congrea tbe f Was Mr. of South ,
Treasury and "profligacy",which we think t ; i Colonel edto .hear, lut/; eYnin ,that,:an':eloquent Rankia's comer had .their ifroavwalla e'.
the of i
4 lo act 1790, or at CarobnaMrAtchison, MissouriMr..'
s.pen, assumption '
1 :: JeaMtftd paytheM' claim upon the principle Turney 'of number more be well for "the new President" 'to' imitate mans* I member of the bar .this city,'whose name tirely Frostrte. Many private.leaideoee*
I o.Tenceu. has been somewhat connected evtrfchimney
: of fbatMif; because';be And thai her liability whom t. where they all we agree with our coteirip ".i conspicuously, were ..nnroofedAlmost. -
: nt Dame' Gal rrylito with the. folly'and tear'ibA> *
dejusion.ot' ,,Spiritual in the city is down sail t
tootthe the ? Bat and ;
I this
t tuUare ad with
_ same w pubs he.wi1l: bt>
U : e:to"keen : f&1Iea
aoI & ; "t jj Rappings has become quite / ,; cumber: the >atee .'-.xxUh their
e.ge't e
r. 'd d' .. .
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trunks and broken branches. Taylor! & Co.'s don R Flonrnoy, 1 A ,Shenan,! J White, Mr Jacksonville .H. .. .UTw t' f
unroofed Mr SF Prices ;j OT.4. BRASikEPjbetojjjng: ;' r f i49i-r I II' .
and incalculable &ot Hallid Mr -
Gin Factory-was Ottoway.
y. Cent '
arkrl 'F
tl.d t-tb Sale. :
Mr Bryan. oblnln and lady Miss iJarrowt u ou Prnt bd i 4PBIQ} ;' '
injury done to a.large number of Gins already Corrected Weekly the 'T. "" ;
Mr Mr Ilepabllcan b '
Fnllford, Hu.A Sinclair, J Jone yF. eer. favr bt1erJPh&h 1t t
finished and to the tools and machinerY Y j
used in the manufacture. It ia reported Mrs 13 1 r'it ate c1Ua from n.-MaJ .WAVER tt CO., '. .Jt2 .REIJUBLCAN OFFICE., / Valuable! Sugar::and Cotton .. -I- H

that the bridge in Girard was blown down, C l C r. Wrght Judge F Livingston e and : '. CAt'Ol.IHEREB. NO.AL''JDltat 'Land Florida. DOT street, SaTDab, ; I
,_ W T Gourdine B BACON Hams, perlb 16 pay no ?'VIE undersigned !the- following Val- tlmei
and a driver and team ? v a debt tnteted oer AT.aU of flaw I
wagon precipitated K-
my able :
cd. L A Harde. J B Spencer, W H Shouder per 1b 11 a Rbrt after -* Pronerty Ar tl via |i "JaIrrne' I''
into the depths below. Mor. argene.C R Wells, T Shemetyllo, perib 12i a m hU. Js RqB RTS., Hi SUGA ,'known a St. I CASSLVERES.:AND5FESTThGI (
No lires wererlost in BEEF, Fulton Market > St. : :
our city. 0 Brgg. J Witser, one on deck. | bbls 12 tat f Johns county:at-the 4 Ii
The damage is ,immense, but in the con a BREAD Pilot'Navy, per lb Boue' : b-of M t.Rvr. in Graham Swamp Which b.manDer.they are prepared'AlsoReadymade'Clothiii_to maie to mea ia !
fusion consequent upon no' (great a calamity fly Te TVegrapli the Savannah Ruica". BUTTER. perTh 64a 8 FhgEatbUent' rich loam, based on mal, wbll abt 800 are of th \ ]

it is impossible to estimate it. Goshen I HHHE thoroughly ditched and at. a"wel'cla ;
prime, per Ib a all subscriber d lrsto call the further I .
Arh.al of the Africa. BRICKS., let quality, perm 2 I .L c .of the.!Florida puhlie to well attention ration ; about 65 acres of}well rpli uner and A large Stock FINE- Clothinleruahanjwehlmade. ,of- good, i..
AcrocaifHs or HCVRT: CLAT.-Applications 2d : do permCANDLES known establishment the sale ofFURMTUREand 'h' plant cane. Otrle! on !
; being continually made to the family FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. ,Sperm, per Ib 4 a 44 ROZISE Enge.vltl Sugar milt and With a large variety of F AYCARTCLES. '

of the late Henry Clay, for autographs nnd NKW-YOEK March B, P. M. Adam&tue, per Ib Ib 2 a 31 'MATERIALS of tU FUR SmNa complete 10 to 15 hhds Sugar per day and saw manufacturing mill attached Hats Stocks, Cap Cane, &o.. UDlrll. ,of, whwh.wUl, .ya. l I-

other mementoes of the illustrious dead, the The steamship Africa arrived here this afternoon CHEESE, Pine Apple per per Ib 181 a a House-keepers and merchants can supply them running two single saws. Also, finely situatedon sold at the LOWEST PRICE I '

Islington Observer has been requested to bringing fonr days later news from Europe. Norher. per Ib 10 a selves with every article for general use or.for pine land s.ndeommanding a view of the whole ''I Savannah.. March 4th, 1m.' -l0.iy' O : :

ay that all such articles as they can part She len Liverpool on ths Passed the Canada prime, per Ib 10 a. i 1? forming a good store stock.. plantation, comfortable two It'and attic 1 '
2t. Everything in the line of name house Snu'.i! and obncco.;
with have been disposed of. The number the 28th bound In.Llyerol Java, perlb 1a. busineS mentioned dwelling containing ,and .
on -
FISH Mackerel No. 1. i bbl 7 75 1 ePdtKoa u1"1 including Paror.Hall Bedroom necessary cubuldiDg. The work and buildings PETER .
applied has been so large as to leave to Market. No.2. ibblper Furniture, will be made a ,JI4NUACER. .
the family only such memorials as they FLOUR Canal bbl 6 a T Upon ood terms as purchases can b effected occupation. Also a fine stock of lverl ,No. 43-fkaihan afA. "Y.i. I ,
The demand for cotton had been fair. Prices 5 5 atthelforth. I.,. ., head mixed Dnrhams. and breeds .
wish to preserve. perbblper .ORRELL'o. common of OFFERS for sale the following articles'war
had declined, and holders were .pressing the limor., hush 9 a 10 Old established ltd, SavaDab, Ga. : cattle, and a stock of about 80 foil breed West of superior quality i-Maceobny, I.

ONE HUNDRED MILKS PER HOCR.-"A market. Middling and lower grades. &declined GUNPWDER, per keg 4 5 a 5 march 24- I India tion, Sheep which, or separately.will be sold with tho planta also Scotch" Coafi Cut Tobacco French Jhll and other Sniffs;
most. The tales of the week perlb J a : 'In a
Maine! announces the Na- were '
through 2O MOLASSES,N. 0., per gal 1 a WATCHES ALa. more particular description of the pp .
tional Intelligencer: the invention of a form bales, of which 5.0 were taken on speculatiun SYRUP Florda. per gal; 4 a 5 AND JEWELRY The tract kow as .St Ann," containing can b known Lj sending for a foil rW*. current I

of road and improved locomotive, which, hetym and 3.0 for export. The quotations were a OIL, per gal I 4 5 SIIEli 675 acres, high hummock and as. .. -3u1,_ '."r 17 .
will Afely transport the mails andpassengers follows: Linseed, per cal 1 121 SIEll L1ll WARl .Jralie.,having based a rich li. from thiee t six feet '- -
PORK N. Y. Mess perbblper 2200 9 on to Insure his Ufa
at the rate of one hundred miles Fair Orleans . . 6d. PORTER London, doz 2 PURCHASERS IN FLORIDA and else- ALSO, : 24' .r T :

per hour The writer further says he has Middling Orleans . 5.a 51 d. RAISINS per box 3 (5 that the vicinity of Saanna arc informed The two' tracts."kown respectively as "Mala would
been made acquainted with the details of Fair Uplands . . 6d. BRANDY WHISKEY pergal 3 5 a 5 0 constantly receiving subscriber from the best and most, and is Comp" being and at the Vesta'adjoining head,and on the East each 'Oul his ol J (rB4I.sd the toblio '

these improvements, "which are so palpably . 5 manufacturers side of he bas r .
Middling Uplands } did. Monongahela. gal 75 a 1 the cauutr rich DIA- Matnza River, and containing in all -move r1'nldl\
correct in theory, and feasible in practice, On the 26th 4000 bales were sold and the mar- SUGAR Porto per perlbperlb 8 a 5 rtbJ RUBY PEARL, JEWEL 1175 ar8. Southern half of llaa Compra, 1 .

that every civil engineer and railroad man ket closed in favor of buyers. Coffee" No. 1,lco. 9 d 10 TABLE sterling DESERT Silver Ware, such a immediately is of heavy hammok. and .St. Ann, lie 'rlt llrtiglStocila"In : I
and contiguous Josephs, and
will, on examination, at once and Crashed, Ib 10 a 11 .
recognise FLOCK had declined f. and the demand mod- Loaf per 10 TEA SPOONS and FORKS, might be conveniently cultivated with it, thus a m pleasant and; enynie.Jed I
admit, as the desideratum, even to the extentof perlb a 1 LVER forming an extensive Plantation Those to Fresh
PLATES and WAlTERS Sugar vf wishing ,
crate for the trade and export. SALT 200 lur 1I
safety and speed above indicated." The The trade the manufacturing districts had SOAP, Am. yellow, prack 5| a 6 TEA SETTS CASTORS CUPS and wards of20(10( acres. The balance of these up prices wi fd it t their arantce t call atNonr1 II t tByrne's
tracts is
of Live
next Congress, it is said, is to be invited, to i SHOT all sizes per Ib 9 10 SAUCERS GOBLETS, Oak hammock bused o closely : i-
secure its adoption, and give to the world largely declned. Segars, Spanish per m, CO a/40 TUMBLERS PAP BOATS, concreted shell stone or coquina, favoring moisture i\Vw
2 ,
0 SOUP and of the first for Sea Island Cot- Biiildinjf.BAY
and SAUCE LADLES quality .
the result of the first Havre Market. TOBACCO Ibj IS| a "
experiment. The manuat'd. per
con. ton and Tobacco
CREAMCAKE and might easily brought
struction of a post railroaJ between Washington COTTON was advncig. The sales of the week TEAS, per Ib C2ia62k 75 FRUIT KNIVES SOLID under cultivaton. having been b)tar passed STREET.Den' 1 :
Black perIb a 75 ,
and New York, we think will be sum bales. SILVER DESERT PICKLE and Cottn. of which the yield was forget t. look f.r the nnnibert Then
up WIN 4
10.0 gal ca for
hastened this invention. E.lalleirn per 0 BUTTER IVE8, frequently one ginned cotton to the ) any thing in the of ., 1 .1'
by CONSOLS the former 18 r.
unchanged- quotations a
per dozl1 0 NAPKIN RfKGS. SALT CELLARS and There is on the place a large number of sweet Drug3Chenicals, I r
were 99|. The rates of interest had not changed -- I FRUIT KNIVES. orange pomegranate, fig, lemon and peach Perue'at ;

ANOTHER VISIT FROM JENNY LIXD.-The and large transactions in America securities SHIPPING LIST. I Silver plated Spoons, Forks and Ladles. Cake trees, and an extensive, sour orange all Oils, ; I t'
following letter is taken from the New Or- I Basket, Castors Snuffers and of which, with proper attention, can gove. Spier, Books
had taken ---------------------------------------------- \VaierL Trays. euiy Stationery, &e,
place. restored to their & '
leans balance once promising condition.All I
Ivory silver
Picayune : and platedon For
of tho above tracts situated between quality \ I :
miscellaneous. Table and Desert Knives fine are ttdieie. .
NEW YORK Feb. 18, 1S33 FRANCE remained :tee1 Marble Mantle Clocks, and common twentyone one or two miles from tho ocean, of health Jacksonville.are reftrrl the ractbin" P'licanlo I'I j' .

The success of Madame Sontag in con- quite. J5rass Clicks of every description.Gold location and in convenient cotnmuuication with I! :
cert and opera has induced Jenny Lind to An outbreak.wa apprehended Pesth and extraordinary March 14, Scbr. Wm. Mitchell, Kobbins N. Y. & Silver Lever and Lepine Watches the City of St. Augustine Iwiuj: about thirty Phlic'LI: stock, and Planters'chests, neatly ; ,
determine precautions had been taken to defeat Brig II. B. Crosby, Collins, Fine enamelled Hunting Watches miles to the South by land, and about the cainedistance cMrtfu1y puckrd and.forwartled.r.iIe.1iIlxccE.on.liaDd J. I
again the
visiting United .juhl
upon by water by the Matanzas River.ALSO. supply of SUR-
Magyar, Gold & Silver Seals&
States. The the movement. Mazzini was said to be lurkingin Str. Havener Watch-Chains Keys IX of .J1kindsan4of ,
unhappiness of her domestic' aven, Rize. 4' GoU & Silver Thimbles, the TRCISTS. !
relations may have had some imfluer.ce I Milan and had planned the seizure o f an Austrian .Brig G. D. T. Atkinson Gold & Silver Spectacles, The tract known as "New Hope," lying 16 6ntl a qlly. 'I';

upon her in coming to this decision; but steamer but the design had been fustra- 15" Harp; pbber. Boston. Rodger's Fine Pocket Cutel miles by water North of St. Augustine and between Al"J great variety of Toys andFANCY j.,

that she will again visit our shores, should ted. Shr. Antoinette, Brown. N. Y. Razors and Razor the North river and Guana creek both ARTICLES. I :
17 Jersey Oak, Rodgers, Card Cases, Port Monaies &e. navngable for large boats. It contains 575 are Don't to call 'f
her life be spaied is fact War inevitable between Russia rLil and see us, whether buy
a beyond dispute. seemed and 4' Ris, Coffin Particular attention be given to LtepairiiigofWatehes of hammock and pine land.and is well situated or not. yon
She has already made anangemenLs to Turkey ; the latter country however had solicited "4 Connectcut.Arey. Clocks wi Jewelry. and adapted for Sea Island cotton and stuck friend on your\mna return what gratis a,and fine tell Store all loa
perform in opera in several of the principle : England and Franco to act as arbitrators. From his long experience and extensive facilities rauJng. :tack you have Mi-en 'j i 'II

portions of Germany, during the present The King of Burmas (1) has been dethroned bya CLEARED. ,bo favor confidently him with believes their he will satisfy all. who 8300 acres ofunimproveillancat'Awn, Salt Spring," JNO. M.. PAYNE. J i I! UI;

lear, and has also completed arrangements revolution, March 19 schr Oregon, Lwit. Boston. may His prices are as low, and patronage.terms favorable at tie norh eIrge, on iho ct. J.cknvie. Feb. &, ISj. m3tf.Brouglit I'' f
* give one season, of 'I" New ts. 8 Johns riverimmediately west of L> Island.
o operatic rayton
performancesin as at other establishment in the State.S. I'j
The report of an attempt to assassinate the any ; ; j
! London, during the}'ear 1854. Upon the 16" Ariel Austin, No The track embraces "Salt Spring" and '"Salt to Jail i.
King Prussia is without foundation. 17" Judge Taney Toothache Ports- WlL:10T. Spring creek," which nearly equally divides it ;
.conclusion of March Savannah Ga. ,
these, she will depart for this Farther mouth. 2--tf through its whole length, and is navigable from A SEtW.MAN; 8:yf n8 Wongs to HEN- ,; = ,

couutry, and will probably reach here in by the Afrlef. m ,".-* *_._ _. the river for boats of hire: or tour feet dniught. AIITROSG. Alachoa County, j
JJay of the ensuing year j MISCELLANEOUS. lunguy. great fears House to Rent.: MEXICAN The land is mostly rolling yellow pine of the nrst Florida I; 1"

U ..upportof what I have written, I will were entertained of an outbreak. All the garrisons qualty. entirely free from Palmetto of any,kind, aidNegrol.abltferee2or3IDhebl'I .
rent at low until the
a price 1st of January to be .
cotton with I
. LINIMENT. good together
state tlutMr. Ullman, the present able man. I were kept continually under arms and ready next, a comfortable dwelling HOUSE"or some considerable bodies of cabbage and come forward, prove property, pay i requested charges and .
ager of Madame Sontag, has received) for action at a momcr-t's warning.The a famiy. in the village of Mandrin. with or AS this paper will fall into the hands of many hammock and prairie contiguous t the take him away. I [ '

formal rojKJsilious from Jenny Lind, to act ; Gaz rile that Russia had rejected 6 acres of good order are not in the habit of reading advertisements The location also embraces facilities construct T. G. MYERS f ", II
in Cologe says for cultivation. For further information, apply in and especially those relating ing one of the largest and most water Feb. 1G. 24-tf. J nor. 'i..
as berageiU this and I under- arbitration newspapr practicable .
in the Turkish t
country proffered this :
to the Post Master
at ofce. or at Mandarin to lelieines. we deem it a duty to powers, as, independent of frot the .
.stand .that ilat gentleman has accepted difficulty, and war seemed inevitable. Turkey 2-1 inform such persons those who have not spring, the waters of lake Cherchel.fo\v about four Dissolution Notice.

them. considered herself,however under the protoctiou NOTICE. already learned the fact from their own experience miles in length by one mile bradth. may be COPARTNERSHIP ]
and observation, that the Mexican Mustang made available by acanalofabout *G chains iu THE heretofore exist :
,CHURLESTOX thRBOR.-Amol1/t the of the English and French governments.The Liniment is really, truly and intrinsically, the length yielding an inexhaustible supply witha nnder the name of JOHN M.PAYNE, j ,.
/ apropriationscoetl Hungari n who attempted the life of the Stea Saw Mills, best remedy ever before offered to the afflicted fall of at least IS feet. The spring the is hereby di&olvod by mutual consent- .,
try the last Congress manor :cl. Mr. J h. M.
f | were alt the
Emperor of Austria, (husband of the woman who River, Florida. for rheumatsm. neuralgia stiffness or soreness water of which has been analyzed Prof. Payne assuming out
the following fur Charleston Harbor: ofjo nt. or tendons. For cuts, bruises, Chelton of New York, and shown to be of valuable standing liabilities of tai'l"1t her*and j.i :
For sic i large iron buoys for Cbaileston was flogged at Pe8tb.) contemplated the revenge S offered for sale; Wrought Iron shafting entire burns, or scalds sore nipples caked breasts, &c., medicinal is of capacious dimensions where. JO PAYNE. I.' .,

tar and channels, three thousand dollais it was said, three years since. ja,. and Wrought Iron gate heads ; two it is unrivalled excellence, and we have provedit being (proprtc8. diameter, and must HENRY D.HOLLAND. ..
Fora hell ; gan t.with Circular baw.-Power about 80 horse. to be a certain remedy for the pits.Vo can, eligibly and picturesquely located. Us position Jacksonville, 1-lth February, 1453. 24-1 m Ji < I
laige for the
buoy entiance Kotlce to Government Land Occupants. The mill site with the buildings is also offered therefore confidently ad.is in a commercial or agricultural point of view ,
over charleston bar. five thousand dollars: for sale and a quantity of iron &.O., appertaining every reader to try it, feeling a certainty of giving with it advantages in constructing a boat canal Notice. '
For a buoy to be placed on MiJ lle Ground LAND OFFICE XEWXA\SVILLE, FLA., to a Saw Apply t satisfaction by giving rele. of a few miles across to the liulf of Mexico, i ;

shoal Charleston. Laibor, five hundred dollar February llth, 1853. mar24- A. M. REED Jacksonville. NKW 31, ia52. must before very long draw the attention of the ALL persons Warrant r forwame.l No. ,from ting ohaVi1Iiaiuson for 4 ; :
*: We hereby certify that we have used the compound planters and merchants of that fertile region 16,325 iald 1
Editor of Rcpiiblira : known Liniment haveno ALSO fur lID acres of .
as Mustang ,and lad
NEvV i '
For a light vessel to lie placel) on Rattlesnake SIB: I enclose you herewith a copy of a letter AEEIVAL. hesitation in recommending it a the best article Two tracts containing 50 acres o the west properly transferred by said in blank '

shoal. twenty thousand dollars : which will please publish in oncea Barrels Canal Flour we have ever used for the cure of sprains and 4500 on the east St. Johns liver a 1 am the proper owner of said warrant, and
you your paper shall the of six weeks
at make
For building beacon on Mans Island, /o Half Canal Flour galls cuts, bruises, &c., on horses. about 12 miles above Palntka and having a expiration application ]] ,
Charleston (harbor three thousand dollars week for four successive weeks and forward a 10 3 Cheele baeJ All who doubt this will please] call on the undersigned river front each of about four miles in extent. to the proficr department for a duplicateof .i.
: copy of the paper to the General Land Office at 1 Box Pine Apple Cheese and they will be happy to afford all That on the west of the river is mostly of pine the same ns sail warrant was'. lost 'through' '
For changing: the present) Lighthouse at Washington city.It 3 Casks choice Hams other information in their power a regards its and swainp'lands, and embraces the site of the the mail, while on its way to New York; .

Vape Romuin into a first class seacoa t J light, 5 Barrels Mess Pork efficacy, &c. LU I'Z DAiL & Co. English Indian trading store of Panton Lesl.v & JOEL B. SMITH. I IIIEREB1' J
.)y elevating, imprnveing and refitting the will b perceived that I am required to "ad- 2 Barrels No I Lard Proprietors Manhattan Stage Co. Co., now known A"llambly's old store," whichis Micanopy. Fla., }Iarh 4th. 1853. KV6t .

tame wall the most approved illuminating vise the parties in interest to furnish me with the 6 Kegs Leaf Lard Extract from a letter datedSACRAMENTO its beginning corner and runs thence south 1 Notice !

thousand necessary proof &c.,.and 1 have in 2 Barrels LA] Crashed Sugar Crrv Cal., Aug. IS, 1852. the widow Pangrco's "old fields,"thence west .
apparatus twenty, dollars. pursuance 1 Cask London Porter I believe the Mustang Liniment most an excellent north to a point opposite the beginning The IT notify all persons not to receive or !
We undrrslaml, also tbat the Lighthouse of instructions, adopted this as the most efficient |nrdines,whole half and Boxes Anchor article. My wife brough couple of bottles one on the east side of the river lies betweenthe B. negotiate 1 note drawn by me in favor of W.W. : ,

on M/rovrd way.of doing it. You will therefore please pub Campaign, Cardnial Champaign quarter Scotch Ale with her which I lust you for. places known a"Buffalo Bluff"and lount Scott fur twelve hundred dllr.as I do not

thy the Lighthouse Board during the ensuing( lish this in connection with the Commissioner'sletter Congress Water Owen Byrne's Champaign Cider Since she came here my horse fell down with Besides a largo body of well timbered feel justified in satisfying said any person 1 i i
Jlra."n. lest the "parties in interest" might be White Beans, Split Peas, Salt Petre Olives. me, and injured mo considerably but broke no pine lands, it contains come excellent baaimork, but the party iu whose favor it was originallydrawn. ,
Capers. Preston's Yeast Powders, Almonds Filberts bones. I had recourse to the Liniment and the and several well wooded bluffs and eligible sites MOSES AR ER."j
led to suppose 1 would give each one a separate Madeira Nuts Chewing Smoking relief, in fact the cure, was astonishing. for residences. By a recent survey tbc vest March 10th.1853. .
1.7ERESTUC. MEXICAN ITEMS.-WeMI 611& ,.notice. Tobacco Pilot Bread. Butter'ob&o.Crackers, Sicily (Signed) tract has been reduced to 29-1')acres and the <>n son Notice.SIX i
the New Orleans I Almonds Oil Rifle Extract fro a letter datedPISTSBIRG. the cast side of the river to 3-0.It is believed, a
Picayune the following Very ob't sen't.LEl'L Sperm Kentucky Powder )
items of Mexican' reecluly.your Worcestershire Sauce Fulton Market Beef. PotAsh Pa., Oct. 5, 1852. however that the deficit will up week date I shall apply to the 10D. :I
news : WILSON No 1 Mackerel. &c. &c. Just received Another ciracmsUnce which 1 noticed in Ohio Proposals for purchase will lie received by A. tt Probate ,of the County of I I '
On the 21ft tilt a Mexican cutter left ..Register.GEXERAL schrs Magyar E. Wright and Jersey Oak, and per a few days ago, 1 thought spoke highly of tho W. Walker Esq. of New Orleans, John Peck.Esq. for letters of administration un the estate Dvl.
Vera Cruz for Havana, to bring Santa Anna for sale at the Cheapest Cash Store virtues: of the Mustang being in the office of of New York. Benjamin A. Lvender. Esq. }Ford deceased. ;f
back to Mexico. < LAND OFFICE, march 24 F. WAVER & Co. a; physician of high standing I noticed as he of Baltimore, George of St. PATRICK H. PRICE. t "

&.nor Tornel and Senor Castillo Lanzas Septemoer 2.1852. opened the door of his book-case, several bottles ADgustne. East Florida,or to myself the latter Jacksonville, Fe\rar IT, 1i33. zl' .It j
SODA WATEH. of Mustang, along.eide of which was an empty i place, paid. '
Slal The sot ef entitled "An Act 11181 pstage
have been named the Congress M. ANDEZ.t. .
Mustang bottle,and a two ounce presceiption vi-
by F. WAVER & Co. :NOTICK.
part of Mexico to treat with Judge ConUmg to lcglize certain entries" .of public land madein 3 marb nl filled with Mustang Liniment on which & Augustine. March 8th, 1853. mar 17-tf 1 iiAT
for of the rt of Florida, approved May 26th, the following directions .Rub the throat well THE expiration of six week* I'wilt
the settlement the terms of a neutrality t
.that the several entries of land Duct. Josiah Ashurst ap
1S32 provides 2ISH
POTATOES. right and morning with the Liniment. and wrap to the Ownmissioner of Pensions d 1
treaty of Tehuantepec. (embracing: tracts once reserved to satisfy claims F. WAVER & Co. woolen cloth around it." J. P. FLEMING.B. keep constantly on hand Medicines duplicate .Laud Warrant number,10,244;, issued t
A special 17th ult. for the pur|'o.se of opening an in- claims were forfeited prior to the alovance of was confined to his bed and under treatment ofa ,charge for examinations and prescriptions; IIi acres under act of Congress passed Srptem- :. ,
leroceanic communication between Acapulco Mid entries,) permitted at' th be Ofce at CHOICE SEGARS. physician some six weeks with neuralgia, of the and mae of most importance no charge wi 1S5), which has been stolen iron my;house. .i

and Vera Cruz. N ewnaDsvje. n Stat< Flgrd tho a just received per schooner E. whole of his right side leg arm and face; his b for failures, as they are deaf at And I want allcral not to trade for the raid ,r J"
shall nOO
confrmed. patents Wright. F. WAVER &Co.NOT1CKMrs. suffering were indescribable, and the only cessation mae Among his Medicines will be fviuul Warrant inl1ucb 1 have neither soU, assigned .
Nearly all! the States that have as cat issue thereon In provided that the prce 4
yet as cae8. while sell
march 24 from the most agonizing pain, was Compound Tonic Pills; nor empowered any person to ,
tTote" for the President have toted in lands so entered shall have been upon the faith p ,
new under the influence of opium or His Antifebrile or Antibilious Pills; or locate the same for me. -
favor of Santa Anna. of the Register's certificate, improved by the MARGARET' COLE, doctor finally advised him to morhine. Pile Ointment feb3-6 RICHARD TILUS.iNOIICE. '. "
in interest nnier said and that can ty ; 1
Gen. Lombardini was re-organizing: the : the party said land is not claimed certtea.- parties." few BOAUIlERSon' reasonable terms. OF Liniment; he did so, and in two days .able to Gonorrhea and other Mixture: -$10 forfeit. for I ;,, ,. 1
Armv. avere Ledwith's Brick go about his business perfectly cured. failures;no Balsams or usual remedies.All tho
at demands
In order to enable this office carry building, Jacksonville, k A LL persons bving against
The Spanish" Minister, Senor Zaga, has provisions of this act, it will be necessary that march 24- The Mexican I. A VOICE Mustang'FROM Liniment THE SO 1TH. been Lied Dropsical Medicines Medicines-cures infallible. warranted.Addret.8 +:**. etat of Powers, late O Colombia

been superseded by the Marquis MVCTO. i you of shal. .early made a practicable within the, forward NewnansviHo a list COOPlIAl'l.D" kin g Establishment. in my ,, and on my plantatgn. for a greatvariety .all communication to Dr. Josiah Ash- county them decssd ar hereby,DotMe t present _ _
Gen. Canales bad arrived in the of 8 of diseases Jacksonville, East Florida, postage paid; with te JIM
city stating opposite to each case whether IENRY COOPMAN continues supply eternl applca urst by law, or this notice wi h pl.a .
Distrct. t tion, and has never failed to give call and examine certificates, and be re-
Mexico, as also! bad Gen. Woll. so entered or not claimed by adverse the people of Jacksonville with plea lent; and all persons _said istat*
trct i f I have :March 17-tf
lief and effect
a curd ferred tAd.
It was hoped the commission sent after parties. GOOD BREAD several cases of pranencure.had resisted the t gentemen. arc requested to make immediate] ymeut
Santa Anna woul l find him either ;In Cubaor You will at the same time advise the parties skill of our best It has cured ringworms Guardian's Sale. TAVK.GI'rSI. 4
in interest to furnish you with the necessary phYlican8. chillblains.in the third Monday of April next will b O.'r.
Jamaica. His friends state that Le was proof that the tracts entered by them have upon His store is situated on Bay-street, 2 doors few by a toothache single immediately; front ON sold before the Court home door at De"to. Alligator. ant 7th,1853. J .
more inclined to a union with the liberal from the days; ; bite. within the usual hours, all the '
the faith of the Register's cerifeate. been improved ol corner of Win. Alsop (at present few applications nervous Hernando county
cuts, sores and corns, by a ; '
party than with any other. by them which your opinionof F. Waver Go's) where can be had at all times headache cured entirely. In fact, I have land belonging to the estate of William Craw NOTICElSIXTY ,j "
The Guatemala aggression on the south the character of the witnesses, and the sufficiency BREAD CAESan PASTRY of every description. used it for almost everything and it has always ford. To wit : the S. E. j of sec. 2. the E. i )
and violent proceedings against the Mexi- of the testimony you will forward to this cured. I consider it the best medicine 1 have of the S. W. 4 of see SI,and the \J of the : DAVSfrom o make probate of
: after having endorsed thereon the number Persons from the country will find it convenient WM. JOHNSON, E. 4 ot see. 33. In Township 21, Range lpJti'e George W.Sar.deceal
can citizens in California, are subject or ofce. certificate purchase to which it relates. to supply themselves with these articles fresh at ever ud. of the Marshall House. Situate and being in Hernando county. Said /, cfure the Judge of, lNU. r C
violent.comment in the Mexican papers. Very bis counter. Private families regularly supplied lands arc valuable tor the cedar Timber they eon- lumbia connty ; and hereby 'notf -
respectfuly" SAVANNAH, June 21, 1852. obtain kin to tho deceased,that they
-- --- nervt' in town as heretofore. tain. Persons desiring to purchase may may cm'f
rCard. JOHN WILSON Parties wishing pastry furnished can at all A. K. Moore Esq., one of the editors and pro'prietorsof further by. oallinir on' A.Clarke. Esq. andcoutest thoc.nn if they see ftJ"J :
Commissioner. times be accommodated with promptness and on the .Savannah (Ga.) Republican- of said prtcular M. Wlill SMITH, CU.RU 9 STWR.
REGISTER LAKD OFFICE, reasonable terms. In that paper of the 20th December, 181. says: mar tda Guardian. January 19, !,
JACKSONVILLE, March 17. TiE .Our personal experience enables us 1 (News twice.) I
Newnansrillo, Fin.m174w I take this opportunity of expressing my copy
We the passengers on board the for the liberal evidences of thank I mend the Mexican Mustang Liniment to. the TAX MVi'ifE'. IU
encouragement :
underiged. ., j with as we have felt the : : -4
steamer ---- -- I have while public conenl. good Spiritualist's Library.
on her last frip from Savannah -- -- --- -- already received and respectfully
formic in
l"m. GtO. --- ankle which received the Court ho .(
--I effects upon a sprained Swill expose frntC. .
continuance of the feel warrantedIn
bound the St.Johns asking a same been CARTRIDGE & Nassau the lit.
River avail ourselves DIED great benefit from one application, and ha BRJ'TAS. iu Monday
for the bread which offer
I :
claiming .
qualities New' '
of this medium to make this cxprssion of At New Berlin, State of New York on the 3d ; In all the essentials which make ; cured by occasionally using it for Q in July m-xt.'cne tract fland owned.1r'e r
gxto of Books
unsurpassed Murphy, of the firm-of Murphy Gait a complete as ortment aud Pon. or heirs lid 'lJetr Pons,'
our approval of the cool and namen-lk conduct inst., of Consumption, Moss HOBART AMBLER.son ; sta J'e paltble. pure, and wllble some. &.r.J., of this city, says that by the use of the HAVE devoted to tic tacts philosophy iu Cuba c oontaiM niao)hu-

of Capt. TBOS. E. SHAW. An accident accnrring of Dr.D. C. Ambler of this place,i the 20th I[ best flour, which with Mustang Liniment has received. more benefit and advocacy of SJiitualim. which they wlu dred acres more or less; said land being aadlyinf

t the of the steamer, disabled her of his personal experience in the artf8akin1.justifies than from any other remedy he ha used, and supply in any quantity, most favorable on a swamp called MiJU'swamp,on the south alto
mahlel year age. me promising my c Breat.&omarch now feels better than ht bas for the last six years. terms. We refer,to the Spiritual Telegraph fora of! said Mis', and adjoining the Je; etis.ss
when ontstde near the St. Johns Car and she In the death of this young man, one whose life Ut HENRY Facts speak for comments are unnecessary list of our Books rate of postage t. Ac.. aiellDd tbuol't.;'iatlrfr :

lay ,anchor for 2 hour in a breaking sea. wu marked by sincere piety passes away from Court of Probate*, at Chamber, ,-Dalton themlve.Times Feb. 10. THE SPIRITUAL1 TELEGRAPH is a Uignbl'ham. : : : .

Through the perils of a stormy night the steamer earth. This trait was uniformly characterized MAC 12, I 2 Khtumatitm.-This is to certify that my wife weekly paper, devoted t the Elucidation ofSpiritualhenomeo& A. ..13ILAUDCKITMCO11etOr. ", .. I
contain record of
State ot > afflicted with severe chronic rheumatism.She a Jan27-td! for Nassau county.
rode at anchor, proving herself a gallant and safe Flrda. was
in Lis A letter from the afflicted -
deprtment. private Hernando S. $ had suffered for months with the mest excruciating intretng faet.&c. very interesting .
Ytl We feel incumbent upon. us to make of the deceased remarks I rheumatic philosophy of the, :Notice.. ,
i parent John A. Sutton and Washington T. Mayo Ex : pains-she. had tried com disus8ioD fat JJlrSIX
bi mal.taiD. our confidence in her Cap that he died "quietly, calmly and with a full ecur the Estate of Peter W. Law, de pounds, reliefs, and almost everything. recommended Manifestations, is now course sad of 3.publication B. Brittan., I weeks date'' lsbflapplY'tHoa. r!.
ialn, and reliance open her a safe view of his with and faith V. C. Law, and others. for this dreadful disease.,' None of them between Dr. B. : Judge afe j,
o a vesl. end can-be furnished. Subscription -
approaching All tho back numbers PrbtoCi."C'4
hop To Mrs Martha C. widow of Peter W. relieved her the least.. She used one fifty Dn
W*.fceg leave also t Under our thank t ieut. joining his kindred in Heaven. Law, late of said Lw., decead. and to all cent bottle 0 Fain81n LiiDent. and it oared price'" ',$1 60 per aD ..Specimen. copies _for Lewis letters 11mh.of. :&lLtr 0 de' 1 t 4

Ctyaa and offioenof the U. S. Steamer Cor- Some few hour before he died, while lying others concerned to whom ,presents shall her entirely. She is well and rcommended sent- FREE.. interest_ and'_ .rapid_ occurrence i t Feb24- JAE Ao.F. t
for their and efficient aid in come greeting. all other friends to use the Mustang The increasing ; .
t tosiag quietly, in broken sentences, he made remarks and ,
many ikURJXG absence froo r
j. Now know ye that you are hereby commanded Liniment. JAS L. OLIVER. oCfat demand more space aitionl.ser- n my *the State UxoaoftJLT
the steamer Cotton from tea into the St. Johns like the folowing"My pains will soon t be and appear before this court on the Savannah Jan. 1, 3832. ad the Telegraph,',{ Alume t W.C&Li.willactnamyAttorney.' r'
ROSIOHOL of the steamer Thorn, mence in May next) will Jbe greatly enlarged, .. :&SPENdER. :
hbt be over-only will be left heroine day May to contest or demur .
Cap. bol tht net. & AS ECHO FROM THE WEST..Mrs. will be.Two '
Jacksonville Mareh
which the 3d. tfF :
after price ,
came assistance and Jto the Pilots the ease be, proving out of the last DUar. 1 '
may .
spirit will soon leave-oh! for snore thanksgiving B., of St Louis, &mursing a young THE SHEKINAH.Volume 11; issued '
who tendered their aid'and rendered effective scr- and prayers!" and testament of Peter W.Law, as .Donoup child, one nipple became very sere,and the breast Monthly, and is devoted mental and Spiritual Circuit Court, St &.f Jflorhta, _au
tively made by him, the said Law, of
.. inflamed and caked A few. ar.UoatloU It contains :and e"l 'nu.t JIonrocComntyPaflTm. ,
har. Science
The and the and fat '
aged yotthful suddenly gradually illneis. the Mustang r mn1lprt a. .
JTOSOH DAT U. P. ROBERTS.J. a cut off; but those who die confiding in Given under my hand and private seal, there the hardness and inflammation from the profound t Each number contains on at. catn..w 18) ,.. !
JLc. POnD, McPaxasox, a blissful eternity, prove blnK.no seal' of oOc. U1 12th day of March, mot and she had no further trouble with it. least which they of original* taatter. from the ablest l.l.) [lachaneerr for divtcwkJoho. ;
.. 1853. ( ) E. J. KNIGHT. 4 pages T "
Numerous eases of have to_ \ ,
V. Soaau, J.A. WHIM thi descrption. cm. and is embellished with' a portrait, p.XT .
"Tii not the whole of life live of
t Judge Probates, Hernando County, Fla. cDtbutera appearing;to the ; of
-A. SOT EUGEU'8n.nL. Nor on of death t die." march 2 onr'Mr knowlege.;of St.1 Louis, eleot1L severe Terms. !,per some annum.The SpirtUt or I RCQmer.. ; ty affidavit made lttO' ..a C. t .

8. ErrcHiz, J DRl TIJUIEIJ!, DR. S. DIcKEWEW attak inflammatory ;rheumatism to her Ihon1 : | ..of the elegantly the abovementioned Joha Wekh 'e. .
J. '; back. 'After:inffwring the SklDah-l this Circuit, but in the of
J. T. den arms printed bound, and and Se F..
CAR. S. DJBSOS, VIVE' LA. PLUME.PROFESSOR" Surgeon:[D.e n'tj :s t excruciating pains for some ten days,without she ohtalniuQ artistic & entitle ,it",to- a-place in every 1 the We.tn Ctt' .
IUBED ( ,: W relict from her DhyeiousnI. was in morocoo'letterd; :and gilt,', apa atler' the first Meodajr
u:C.: W sty to an who entertain doubts of in4uced to the'Mutang Lln1meIL. Two flfty LbrPre. 50. "' '. .the;(wmplatoantt.' ,
,= 1ff ILLAR tb. usefulness Artificial Teeth'to give cent bottles effected a perfect care. t. mUJn. made to the. Address will faitkea pre enafesso against hisav' 'Aa

ARRIVALS OF PASSENGERS WOULD respectfully inform the inhabitants him a call) and.examine.bi bautUu style of, ,Tit .Mostanr Liniment is put np in 25o,6 Tre. .' Ala order bo jmhUiUtd 1* somo imMyopor aahished .
city::that he will remain here fora Block UU Teeth Th".ar the bottles.. ,T.Me bottjas contain& lARTRIDE'1 New Yo14mar17 in the State for two omoatti&ktotalSi&M.ndayefApri" .
By lUamer We.M&reh2O.-For JacksonjWfJ abort time, in order, t introduce and gin in mouth ot apd. ,' at 4bm of the bttl. The ,9\bottle coa- t.3 CuUdIet :'
f She Mr Fetter, P L strnction in his new system penmanship.' J'' and with te' raocf that i is prnolp. lain .njnohai 25o.bottles., .Thc II ; ; ( :. ; ,

'8lA1C Someri -E Ellis ad.1I"'MeLA. Every person can, b!improved o i writing, and found necessary to use springs. A the.YmoU boitfcs. hold one pint. the a cheapest. t)1 "J'o.rrC'L.'qi, ; '*,Judge.altt' Urc*it.-Sta a of Ffcdda
J Cooper.. E Llndiey. freedom and ease, I < course of(eiaons. ,-. Dental Surgery,th' 'A. G. BRAGG*. iiroprltoriotthM.g1cac' 1 L : .Atrae frm&
: Vaughn MriO'Neil, child pratloDln ,&e, preservation of tb :Llniroint,,Principal o IS fcertby.-gUen.that;ri*!.weeks alter da4X I. .: 'J.I.. CM. .C'..
-Md* lrt.For -- Wa K R Duke, Terms for the course,' tea ."oUr and.tatte* Teeth and, though .uua 804 BroMwscN,1.s4d o"er'J a hall apply to the honorable ''-Jug of "al"z. 4" -" "::.-._ ''. ,,
lw Miss rDla. M and lady, factory improvement J t all/ )Loon time permanently performsdr; 0 _. a' kI streetS,'8t.. ; '. Prohato Hernando County for I :f
,.r8 Netsliner.- Mr lst,1t Camdy, Mrs open during th. c1. aad ahi hi' '. ,-;All operatlo.ni warranted perfect or D,chare Lul 01ER1.T..BRAG ministration on, the estate. 'of De.Simmons. nPIO lAQO.$ S B .F
ft ,Mr Yonre. ._' in Residence House I.S : ."" .! ,' .
Academy rm over # lel )JvIp$ -at the Bnfflngton ,\ ''Ladle f1 lateefsaldcounty. : ? '? *
Reton trip, M.21 -For JackMnvmM ston's store,nI1tl.t, Jacksonville wat upon at theft residences, i 4esIs41ick3 : J ': OUrqs4wsyZYmarch21 1 ....:I "* '.'MrrCHELVMcCARTV. TheaboyeusreceIvestbJan -

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1Tr -'f..b1t "A, lqPi 'cIN.11 She pointed- to a small secritorie i io the or.neroftheoom. ;B,qsIff,E.8.. S, OA'RJDS. '. ) : tithe yea*' "NOLISH'R EP AT8 CotdniO ix' 1 L&waEqnity lieonard7s ,caTfyi'SHlviid1 t" a
'' : .. 0 1851 by J.. )I. ft.Ja t eek'a a EQUITYITbe.
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t.I series
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VE.TK : -
j v w < V WA Ay AT d fcr J and CTIXAIn&1 Ueport eombined.-'e ? 'r.-
irt ackaoiirlll*. Dnvai. Comity, E. F.,.byCOLUMHUS Slotr Btarration.' said be, contemptuously.Thtsw'follyV'Agnes. or LEQAU. ." I ."J..o.".'th t I PJ1." Decision ot'MiebselmaS:(N O!.) : :s 1 a

q ; DREW: : JusMbbk J atyonrpositionDeserted ( Anotlfef ScIentfficWonder! Term, 1850.and contains-from that all -
po Reports t. '
; ',* from -J.P.Sanderson, the Decisions of all the English Courts : : : .
'JL : ** '_ avaricious motives, ; *" : CURE FOR. _:-
are furnished br a corps'of over thirty reg- aa. '.!
*'I. TFIM<.- Three.Dollars per annum, payalfo :.y,those' who shonld raUy.arOund' yog in "ATTORNEY. .- -- >> D. :-COUNSELLOR, _. *,At. .LAW.Jacksonville. nlar:and'txperienced / nd forrfeon>prehengireness '( : '
::11 "J"taorderJnrt\a.l'arer. your hour of tria.t.J'wasting yoar'yotitb andHealth' aS1c In In7mmQ Q' ,brevity,and seenrscyth publishers
in humbling yourself for eniploymei.tto DYSPEPSI'DRrJ challenge Series of

:: n,, Subsections,if not paid before the expiration those who can;:11i.tberuDdereta J }'oorposition' ,Jan. 17.1 1850. tfB English cmparsn' 1tf''aul'othet the nu- a 5a'

311: ,, of tho year, are charged $-. Agnes 1\1. *- : merons instances superiority ofihes.lteportSover
nor yourself p.EAnSON'
; ; to rfer *- '
1 any.other.the u permitted -'tI
1 Advc 13eueatewU1 be inserted at the following lsbe.re
ire if I claim dearer title, a
; me, may no ATTORNE'AT :zJfr.IIAS to many of the profession -
41' ,, tales: Duo Dollar per square (twelve lines)for brother's right to provide and'care'lor you.' who baevolgntsrilyfnrnished testimonials.
. : .It" :removed to Jacksonville, and
11 be first,and Cents for snhse- i chair Ten volumes have already been issued, a
Seventy-Five every Agnes aim rose from l her pale, will'practice in the Eastern and, Southern Circuits bring- a
;ri :. I inn.insertion. To yearly Advertisers a liberal but calm. 'Listen to me, Ernest.: What I ,_the Supreme Court of the State, and a in ing being dow thus dcC'sons advance to the!''Summer of any;other of re a

':tJ-; I, diiconnt will be tnl"e.11 transient Advertisements hare been, you know; what I am now, by the U.'S. District Court for the Northern Districtof of tnglish twojesrs Reports.'

t (except by persons nar ing a running account Uod's dark providence you see. That I Florida. Feb: 19, 1852..tf. :.pint the greater convenience of the Profession

; with the office) must ha pid fur previous to publication. bate sufli.red more keenly than ever you, aa :JAHES: there will alsq be publshed soon a required,a
: : well dream I BAKER full of at glance the vol.
who read my heart so can Tabe taes 1 '
acknowledge":. There nothing' that meets ATTORNEY AT LAW, ume page every series of Kertwhich _
ii Persons ti dUtance can their remit- >
the cosciastha a
. govern contain same ad Equy -
; and Allitator Columbia Co. East Florida.El. Lw' '
here that is not coarse repulsiveI ; ,
1 st! taaees for advertising, by the following rates: mye Reports. 1"1. 1
.EJ On square (twtlrellne) published months I have deprived myself of food: ,that my child Thes*Reports will be'(ontnned. in the same I Makes'the richest,-.heaviest,' thickert,
might not hunger. I have toiled till morningfor WHIT SMITH superior style, at the $2 per single lather of
;i tor. $10 00 THE TRUE and most permanent to; SJ.ingSoapnowinuse .
volume to permanent Subscriptionsto -
bread. I have no earthly father mbsrber. :
: ,., Two squares,for six month, 13 00 my ATTORNEY AT LAW, DIGESTIVE' FLUID .the above received /. '
save in name Bat through all this 51. COOPER- CO:, '. r
., Jgal and other Business 10 00Notices Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. JOHN -
: ? "- Ernest, I have maintained! my self respect; jan27 Agents for Savannah. i <.' *?
4r to debtors and creditors 700 and would rather die than take one dollar, OR, a LEONARDO! ,FLAVORING
tc i Application Corlettenflfalmin:ifntion. 500 loan from hear me HOPKINS & BRAIIAM, Prepared from RENNET or the fourth STOMACH Rose
even as a you. Nay, General namely,
Land 'and Agency ,
Bounty Lm
;q ; Notice .f Application for diiiuiml as AdminiscaUr out said she laying her hand his Attorneys at Law, OF THE os, after directions of Baron TRACS ,
Chemist J.S.Houghton Cas
; Sio 00 OFFICE at PALrATKA, E. Fla., the great Phvsiological ,by Washington, D. C. Org Pap.Pies
? arm as he strode! impatiently acrors the room. M. !>., Philadelphia, Pa. CreaJ.c
For annoancemant of ramtlitatcs for office, 5 00 This poor weary heart is tired and tasked to WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business This is a truly wonderful remedy for: Indjgcs- JOSEPH WAMCER! will' give BOUNTY prompt very choice, and nt.

.s> .N.aantaneemcnt will be made unless the same the umost. Like Noah's dove, it finds, no' entrusted to their care will be promptly attendedto. sion, Dyspepsia,Jaundice Liver Complaint, Constipation attention to the Housekeepers should never.:ttTriUnbnt

t. L .., i. MtMipmnled with the amount charged. resting place. Nay, spare your,seproaches, February 19, 1832.-tf method, and, by Debility Nature's, curing own agent after, Nature'sown the Gas- in LAND the FLoRIDA CLAIMS WAR of ,officers or in either and soldiers of the engaged iNDIAN them.. Those" who, delight J ,in, the..'.4

1 Editorial notices tur private benefit will be and be generous. Think you it costs that OSSIAN B.. HART trfe Juice. WARS in which the U. Stats have been engaged. licious flavor and exquisite t perfam

: harpd double the rat of advertising.KtU heart nothing to turn coldly away, and say CCrllalf a teaspoonful of Pepsin infused in or the ,War with of '1812;-to Fruits and Flowers, W.1" ia,then

Itsllaeus'Obtuary; ,and Marriage notices will nay V and her voice trembled, and her eyes ATTORNEY, AT LAW, water will digest or dissolve Five pounds of roast claims on the U.States for MILITARY&C.SEEVICE,and to, Flavoring Extracts a tht'thej can
hack KEY WEST, FLA., chief in about two haunt out of the stomach. SUPPLIES,TENSIONS",LOST desire.
; published gratis. filled. 'Ernest yearn may not echo of business requiring an Agent or aLEONARD'S
Pepsin is the great element, or great Digestv any description
: : Coamttsilcatlons must be post paid. your words of kindness. The love that is Practices of the in the Southern United Distiict States of and Florida.State Courts principle, of the Gastric Juice-the SoL'tnt of Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land LEMON SYRU being

, -L .' hum of sorrow is strong, and wild, and deep.} July IO-tf Food the Purifying Preserving, Warrants, his charge will be $5, In other case made from Fat instead .
T' and
Leave me, Earnest. lo not deceive ynui- ing A ent of the Stomach and Intestines. It isextracted the charge will be proportioned to the nature ssareaUtheordinaykind5-i oAed
.. from the Stomach of the Ox, difficulty of the case. j
self. It is iota brotIiersheaityuofferine. James W. Bryant in connection with Agents or a far more pleasant, but ]
: : thus forming A ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE FLUID, He will also act 8 hi
-I j ,1:' ; lIJnr I[ must toil on, unaided by you. The night ATTORNEY AND COUNSELI-OR-AT-LAW, precisely like the! natural Gastric Juice in its Attorneys in t lordl. who may be employed in fol and wholesme and lea &mC t

1 I love the name of-Nary, has been long tedious and starless. The chemical powers, and furnishing 1 complete aad Bounty Land ad claims, on terms which, agreeable orBu .
should be
O' 3Iks. .wfiD.D.Q3Q the aid of this be Letters [which
morning must dawn, crc long. I will wait ycrftit fo tt. By preparation may agreed upon.
i i : It sonndi soft, so rnect, the pains and nib of Indigestion and post paid] will receive immediate attention. LEONARD'S MUSTARD.-Thow deeiroos -
: and trust, If I forsake not myself, God will I Law and General Agency at Wasii- Iawtf. of Mustard that is half
4 tl. ;C : And on* once came, who bore this name, I Dyspepsia are removed,just as they would be bya June5. using not
if r To kiss oar Saviour's feet.: not forsake me. j, ington, D. C. healthy Stomach. I is doing wonders for Dyspeptics THE rice-flour, and wish it perfectly 'pumr,
D.Iq 'Once more, shall I leave you, Agnes ? curing caseS debility, emaciation nervous BY THE PRESIDENT OF I should try Leonard's Pore and

With he.burning tears,she washed them said EI he t. t JOHN BRYANT, JOHN S. EDWARDS, d elne. and dyspeptic Consumption The, sup UNITED ST A'rES. they will enjoy a article Mu \
';oJ wills if,' was her low reply. : Lute of Gen.land Ufice. Altai wy at JMIO. posed on the derge of the grve. what called Mustard.Uardotte' .
from usually
t ZiI. And wiped them with tier hair: entitle evidenced on which it is hated is in the i
The door closed upon Ernest's retreating i Have associated for the prosecution of Claims
1 ? O! would that I the like highest degree curious and remarkable.
try, before the several Kxccutive
Fi And Alary feelings "llore. Covering her face with her hands she \Ve t I Departments and Congress and the Courts in SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. ,
the District of Columbia. One of the firm haying I of America in -
United States pursuance
work Animal of the Tasteless
and then holy calm- Baron LIEUEG, in his on ,
The s4herfUhrit long bitterly; came a
I with the of the
was Mary connected Departments
Chemistry, : .An Digestive of the act of Con
of the
that those know who are for ; says Artifcia.l provisions
A only
No peace may General Government Washirgton! upwardsof
name 'motigVt IM more le.ir: Fluid to tho may
analagous h iu relation to the SUGAR DROPS
I self fourteen has acquired the informationand I entitled An act WORM
Vet llers'd an.llore /i/JU' conquerors. years readily prepared from the mucous membrane gress ,
'ie..s r/" I. And where was that lealthly father !' experience, and fumiliari'y with official I the Stomach of the Ox, in whkh val iou articU-s lands sold in the Greensburg, late St. Ha- "

When all did greatly four. He ate, and drank, and slept, careless who 'I forms and precedents, nnd the general routine of I of food, as meat and Eggs, will be ,softened lena Land District, in the State of Louisiana,
1 of the 'I' business, which, with the legal aid and counselof changed, and digested, jwt in the same manner and authorizing the of certain
T My mtither's name was 1\ftry- befriended his child, careless more the other partner, enable them to transact re-survey
would in the human stoinaih.
: : Here let me jmme aud think than mortal strength she needed to keep that I business with the Government with an efficiency at Dr.they COIIBB,/in his valuable writings on the i lands in said district,"approved August 29th,

I How many cares and often tears warm and tried! heart from yielding to the !I and dcspatach seldom offered. .Physiology of Digestion," observes that .a 1842, and of the acts of Congress authorizing

ab: To save from ruins brink |ne>suie of poverty temptation and Despair.' Suspended Land Claims Bonntv Lands, Patents diminution of the due quantity of Gastric Juiceis the sale of the Public Lands, do hereby
$ Like as a father pylitth his child,' were un I for Lands,Donation Claims,flat Illegally a prominent and all-prevailing can e of Dyspepsia -: declare and make known, that a public sale
j : Were shed for me, unheeded., words to I exacted, Pensions, and unse'tlod' accounts gene- and he states that .1 distinguished pro- lie held at the Land Office at GREENS
meaning poor Agnes. rally, again any of the pnhic offices or Gtncral iussor of medicine in London, who was severely wi
But now,< 1 heave the high Government, and debts col'cctablo in the District afllicted with this complaint. finding every thing BURG, in the Slate of LOUISIANA, commencing -

Acd ofteu groan, to think iilouo, 'This is a correct translation,' said the pedantic ; of Columbia, will bo attended. to with else to fail, had recourse to the Gastric Juice,obtained on Monday, the eleventh day of April

vw Dear mother ha.l to die. Pio1bsor Bogg&; 'veiy well done, promptness and fidelity. from the stomachs living animalswhich next, for the sale o' the unappropriated and
CCf-VVe have appointed DREW, Esq., of jit oved completely tuceetfful. of Public Land situated within
madam have done better I vacant
Two gentle sitters Lore this ; couJUift myself; .Tacksonvilb, Florida, our Agent to rtccivo and j'I Dr. GuAUAM. author of the famous works on
-- uaint1, and that's the I highest "ice 1 can bestow upon: communicate Business from that State. Vegetable I ," : "It is a remarkablefact the ]limits of the following named Townshipsand
nut one, alas! hilt gone; it. I suppose you expect to be well paid forit. References. in physiology let, that says tho, stomachs of animals, fractional Townships, according to the They contain no calomel or mercury ia

j$4:? The other n'tist, soon turn to dust : like all the lest of our applicants for this I lion. .. EnTTERFiELO, Ex-Cum'r Gen. land macerated in water, impart to the fluid the property approved! plats. of re-surv.cy to wit: any form, or any deleterious ingredient
i; jt 0 (.Jod; thy will be done. soil o'thuig VJP'e.U I of dissolving various articles of food, and of South of the bate line, and vast ithe principal whatever, and are at once attractive
I artificial of theiii in
kind digestion
I-4 effecting a
iSi My own lov'd wife i is Mary, '1 need all you can give me,' said Agri'es, C.T.. UOCKWELI., Com'r of Citttoms. no wis different from the natural digestive lro- meridian. the eye, pleasant to the taste and rein
; K. \Vjirrru-, 1 two of one. their operation.
dejectedly 'it has cost me a week of Township range
unrein cess.
3t 3j 'May he, 0,1 cart h, be bless'd, I N. SARGENT, lltrruter of 7i'eol ury.I .
:* j i ting I t.or.' WHITCOMH, SHIELD", on the Agent, nnd get a descriptive Fractional township three, of range three. I with great avidity and pleasure.
| Senators Gwiv.BtRHiEV,
And Angels dl'nr. take amount of bcien-
every cares giving a large
of five.
said the of Fractional township two, range
I Members
'Y-e-r-y p-o-s-s-i-b-l-e, professor | JONES, of Iowa and to Congrcsd
Of her when I'm at retlt. .S. S. S. his and the Heads of Departments. I I I tific evidence,similar to the 1bu\'e, together South t'te base line, and east of the principal -
looking at her through glasses; 'J'm told generally i reports of remarkable cures, all parts of the ft UTICA, Dec. 2, 1852.
iobn 1 (
St .
< Feb 4th,1S33.fl ; Feb. 17-tf meridian.
_ij tf. -h __ you are" the, daughter. of old Sir.Kearn: he's a I u'_ __ __: I I United States. Gent.-The frequent calls and favorable
------ ---
"._'- ----- thats well on now came to be reduced --- ---- --- township eight of one. we of the of BinDOTTL'S
----- --- man ; you AS A DYSPEPSIA CURERD. fractional range reports get use >

a'A Page from a Woman's Heart; to this extremity?' [Cruel, avaricious ) __GENERAL.-u---- I ITonghtor.'s Pepsin has produced the most one, two, three, and four, and WORM SUGAR DROPS, reminds ma

father the dagger again driven home to that [ MALONE TAYLOR effect, in curing Diseases of Debility, fractional township eight, of range two. of the promise I recently made to: send
OR, FEMALE iiioizt.t suffering heart, by your neglectful hand.] ,i r Emaciation, Nervous Decline,and Dyspeptic Con Townships one, two, three, four, aud six, you some certificates taken by us. Herewith

; : Agnes replied, 'You will excuse me, sir, j LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANTS, sumption. It is impossible to give the details of and fractional township eight, of range you will find copies of two, Martin

I. :? : 'How did yon come in! |ins=e ion of this,' from entering into the details of my private .' FIRST WHARF BEI.OW NOBLE ST., cases in the limits certificates of this have advertisement been given;of but more authenticated three. Hubert and William Stanton's, both

jc 1 said a young nun. iluectiii"; the I'a wlI.bro. history. If the translation! pleases you, I I PHtLADELPHIA, than two hundred remarkable cures, in Philadelphia Township one. two, three, and four, of honest and reliable men, the latter having

.- .. ker's siitenliuii to a email ruby |,uu in the bhall be happy to dispose of it; if not, I must I Very respectfully solicit consignments of- New York and Boston alone. These were range four. been known to me nearly twenty years.

4 "- ishow-case. look elsewhere.' Southern Lumber Shingles &c. &0. nearly all desperate cases, and the cures were not TowMhils one, two, three, four, five, six, To-day a farmer called and got the
; : 'TliatlOli, that was hrou;lit here last Mr. Boggs returned it, with stately bO\v.\\ only rapid nod wonderful, but permanent.It fractional townships eight second box the first having been admin-

.::1 night, by a i>mti-U oung womanvlio seemed i -Agnes found her way into the open Refer A. McCi.n to- Cashier Camden Bank N. J.: I useful is D for great tendency nervous to antidote Bilious, and disorder particularly, Liver and nine of range five. istered with very favorable results, some -

to he in a great flutter: aboul the money; I I excitement of her interviewith Ernest, i JONATHAN IUOCK, Philadelphia; Complaint, Fever and Ague, or badly treated Townships one. two. three, four five, six, two or three weeks since, to a daughterof

end so I bought it of her.1 fasting and fatigue, 'lol.P at last. Her steps i, j:. 1'. RICHARDSON, do I I Fever and Ague and the evil effects of Quinine, and seven of range six. his thirteen years old. In this case

'How did she Inuk 1 Had she blue eyes ? became unsteady, her sight failed! her,and sue T. E. 1>(:CKnuN, Jacksonville* Florida. Mercury and other Drugs upon the Digestive or-in Townships one, two, three, four five, six the parents did not knew that the child

Was phe tall and t>lriuer! !' reeled, and fell upon the pavement. I 'eb.ruary11. 1i53. I gans, after, and a the long too iickness.of Also ardent for spirits.excess and seven, of range seven. voided worms, but she immediately recovered
eating I
'Li 'Lord blr.-s sour wnil''sAid! the pawnbroker 'Drunk'!' said one of the bystanders, witha I FRED. CLAY BARRETT, almost reconciles Health with Intemperance. Townships one, two, three, four, five, and her health.

'I has hundreds of Vin in j bete tveiyday; I sneer. Notary Public, seven, of range eight. Truly and respectfully yours

1 never looks twice at 'em- :lie was a bro I 'A fallen angel !' said another. I Commissioner for taking AcUiiowlcugmriit DR. J. S. ,KOUCHTOW'SIs Townhis} one, two. three, four, five, six WILLIAM IIIUSTOL.a .

411L ken duwu lady, leckou. Somebody said 'Take her to the watch hous,' said a of Deeds, and seven, of range nine. -

LI; she lived iiu that comt yonder. Like to third. I And other Instruments Writing, to be iscd in Townships} one, two, and three, of rangeten. UTICA, June 10, 1352.

\1)C ,redeem the brooch, sh?' 'Here, little girl,' said a rowdy lad. seizinga the States of I certify that I purchased of Messrs.

i ; t 'Ye*, c'rtalllil: 6iil Ernest ; and payingthe child who seemed quite bewildered by the NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA. Townships one. two, three, four, six, and WM. BRISTOL' & Co., day before yesterd
, extortitmcr: live times wiiat he had and fractional township of ty, a box of Bardotte's Vermifuge Sugar
crowd 'don't the seven,
d't for it, he deposited it in his'el"t jiocket. : drunken, woman you!' want to get a sight fc3-Office with E. L. Harrison & Co.,Jacksonville range eleven. eight Lops for a child of mine, four and a half

:.: 'Good GIK| that Agnes K. ira fhould comer 'No, no,' said the child, struggling to free Florida. Oct.H-tf Townships one, two, three, four five years old,I whom had tried I supposed troubled with

, '', 10 this,' \VBS his fir-t exclamation cm reaching herself, as he lifted hr above their heads; Edmund Whitney, six, and seven,and fractional township nine, down worms.her several times to, but get could Vermifuge not uo

: the &lr ct. *Tn legally
qnalified as holding
: '.t parkle ,on her snowy neck thousands! of on the prostrate form she exclaimed, -Oh, its 9Icn urer and ln'i>rctor of Lumber for one two, aol three, fractional would vomit all nose But after
::1:r"l when I coiiIJ have) ki.v-ed the lour live and fractional up again;
times very my mamma! my own dear mamma! she's Duval County, township township bhe the taste of the SUGAR DROPS she
:ic : ground her little foot trod "I'UlI-Agnes| in dead my mamma is dead !' and making her May be found when his services arc desired, on -i- ---; township nine, of range thirteen. cried got for more. Yesterday and day

, tri: a pawn-broker slioji1! all.lla reeled, and way to her side, she kissed her pale lips, and June 10 inquiry at tho Republican Gui office. sold by nearly all the Dealers in fine Drugs nndl'opnlar Fractional townships one, three, four, and we her the contents of the box, ana
. gave
i:; '. .' leaned for Mii.oit|'| against a julting wall of sobbed, and clung to her neck, till theie was medicines throughout the United states. I fix, township eight, and fractional township to-day it brought FOURTEEN

&{i.p': :. the old building. Jut then a little girlf. not a dry eye in the ciond. GRICE phials in powder for the and use in of fluid physicians.form, and in nine, of range fourteen. LARGE WORMS! some away of them.a, foot

t.': ,tripped part and striking her font against 'Mr. Kearn,' said a little dapper man,as he JOSEPH prescription Private Circulars for the use of physicians may Fractional townships seven, eight, and long.

!I ;: ? the curb stone, fell heavily against Jiim. touched that gentleman's gold-headed cane, General Commission Merchant, be obtained of Dr. Iloughton or his Agents, describing nine, of range fifteen. MARTIN HUBER, ,

'* Ernest raised her in a moment and kissing 'do you see that crowd, yonder 36 XVATJ2R ST., NEW YORK. the whole process of preparation, and giving Fractional township nine, of range six- East of the Big Basin Broad-et.,Utica.
her little innocent face, was about releasing 'Yes, what of it T A crowd is nothing Srcicrr and prompt attention given to the sale of the authoritiellupon which the claims of this teen. '
yes, ;
all articles of produce entrusted to his care, remedy are based As it is NOT A SECRET !
her -when the thought struck him that have been and shall be
what of itV'Nothing se- UTICA Nov. 16 18S2
and all orders promptly complied with. UEMEDY, no objection can be raised against its Lndsvbich ,
I' .! fthe might assist i him in his search for Agnes. in particular: only they are looking apt 29-tI .. u by physicians in respectable standing and regular for the State, under Messrs. WM. BRISTOL & Co., J.
'W litre do you livipretty fine !' said he, at your daughter, Agnes, who has fainted raetico. Price ONE DOLLAR PER the act entitled An act, to aid the State of Gentlemen,-My little daughter' aged

looking into her t hriglil blue eyes.I from fasting and hard work; and your little HOLMES BOTTLE.foOJlSERVE. Louisiana in draining the swamp lands 7 years had been ailing for three or fear
can't IcR1'' said the child, hliihhing. her if her heart General Commission Merchant, THIS.-Every bottle of Jhe tberein March 2d 1849 and the be
l1__ilI. My grandchild is sobbing over as genuine PEPSIN bears the written signature of lpproved months and fearing that, she'might
mamma hi4 me nut to ulk to strangers. would break. Now, look here, sir. I respect 100 WALL STREET NEW YORK. J. S. IOUGll'ON. D., sole\ Proprietor act entitled An act to enable the State of troubled with worms about a week age I

.1 Won't you please put me down, sir 1Ye gray hairs ; but if it wasn't for that, I'd WILL pay particular attention to sales of Yel- Phiadelphia, Ia. and Trade-mark. I Arkansas and other States to reclaim the bought at. your store a box of.BARDOTTE'S -

t ,' certainlj-! said Ernest: abe saw call you what your Bible calls those whofail low Pine.I.umber. Live Oak, and Qther Southern swamp' lands within their ]limits," approved SUGAR DROPS, andjminil-

.l e;:.. her" liltle. lip begin,to quiver 'only tell me to provide for their own householdworse Timber Merchandise.' and Pi odace; and to orders de for!purchasing tr COSold. bJ n Druggists and Dealers in Medicines. September 28th, I80; also, al those tered them all to her in one day.; Within

lournaineflrst' than an infidel Now, I'm a rich, EGBERT POINSETT, tracts for_which the patents! have !issuedor twenty-four hours after,she jawed sill

t'I: can't tell,' said she, with womanly childless old man, and I'm going take her off ,Waver & Co. Agent, Jacksonville,,Fla. applied for by the day appointed for the TWISTY-TWO WORMS acme'ot them tot

;,Y'T I decuion whicli would! have amu>ed him at your hInd; She told my nephew, Ernest Commission and Forwarding Merchants, J. A. commencement of the sale, or which shall or twelve inches long. :Wegm

f tiny other timr; till putting her gently down when she nobly refused his instance, that AND Wtnlctah and Retail Agent, MAYER not have been finally acted upon by thai her no other medicine. Since then, she

'ij Upon the |Mteinrnt, lie piepared to follow 'if she didn't forsake herself, God wouldnot Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Choice Wines Sept 2, ',521yLAND time under the provisions of the act of 29th has been a different child'entirely. .

7 her at a distance. There was something in forsake her;' and he hasn't: She's my Liquors und Segars,Paints, Oils,Drugs,&e. &c., August, 1842, herein before mentioned, together She had not slept well nights, but used

the 'expression of her face that interested daughter from this day, sir : and may Goj for CASH only. Dovl8 FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. with lands appropriated by law for to cry out in her sleep, and I was afraid

,. 'him-that reminded him of one he had loved, forgive your avarice!' FANNY FERN. Bay Street J Jacksonville E. Fla. a Acres, situated on the head waters the use of schools, military) and other purposes we should not raise her. Now she entirely ,

. 't;t! 'nb bow dl"tllAnd! then he counted thepeary ---- .- ----- ._-, ------,"_:- DOLLNEll & POTTER. .,16 of Halifax river Orange county, will be excluded from the sale. well.Having. '

, tJ- yearn that had intervened since her REMOVAL. East Florida41 miles south of St. Augustine The offering of the above,mentioned lands previously used various other

; ,M f marriage. Yes: it might he her child. General Commission Merchants, bounded on the North by lands of J. J.Bulow, will be commenced on the day appointed, worm medicines in my family,I can safety "
(;' .. On she went little Minnie l turning corner OODY & BOUI/TKn.would inform their 154: Front Street, Corner Itluldeit Lane, deceased, and of on the the south by lands now or lately and will proceed in the order in which they recommend BASDOTTC'S DROPS as preferable -

J. )" : alter corner, with the speed of an antelope, M customers and the public that they have Up StAirs, New York, greater the property portion of said Marquis lands do are Fergeaud.covered with The a are advertised, with all convenient despatch,, to all other ,remedies-' -the effectual
, \g: .: then disappearing the small! removed their Stock of Goods to the new building WILL attend to all eradication of worms. .
up dingy court promptly business entrusted growth of Live Oak and Cedar and are until the whole have been offered, and
'W h into the doorway of a Kinall black house, One Door East of the Store of Ambler & toltheir care. Particular attention given to the adapted to the cultivation of Sugar Cane \ 'wel the sale thus shal but the sale shall not WILLIAM STANTON, .? -a;
:;, '. : beYer.once turning her graceful I little bead, Hoeg, sale also of to Cotton the purchase Lumber of Timberand Turpentine; Upland portion to that of Long Staple Cotton. bekept open longer than two,weeks and no '42 Water,StreetlJtLca.
goods. Lying on a navigable stream for boats of
Ernest followed. She where they are now opening a large and elegant fat
opened a small lands will be admitted
assortment of FLiberal advancements made on consignments. thrt*feet draft of water, these lands conveniently private entry of any of the --
:I" ; : ".' door, and forzelting in her haute to close i it (tCJ-ebruary 19, l&32.ly.CLINCH. situated for forwarding produce.ae until after the expiration of the two Always ready for met
: after her he heard her say, almost breath- I NEW .GOODS For terms apply to C. DREW, weeks.
: S1 Carefully selected to suit the market, and comprising At this Office- to
; Jess from speed and agitation, I didm't tell or hand the of Washington
.f .\ ; : HOUSE. C, W. DOWNING, Give under my at city !: '
t ,, ,'mamma. The gentleman asked me my name, A COMPLETE STOCK OF- this fourth day of November, Aunc

I )1 4 'and.where Hired. but kiss me, mamma, 1 Fancy and Family Groceries; THE SUBSCRIBER, x Cotton and Woollen and Domini one thousand eight hundred and fif
didn't tell! him/ &r Machier
certainly having recently opened '
Provisions Corn and Flour
:: Dear child,' said the mother, as she gave Fancy and Staple Dry roods; ; the above the House would rettpeutiully! solicit Steam Saw mils ad Engines. MILLARD FILLMORE.By iia

.. her a kiwiThat Clothing, Boots and,Shoes; are at this time some patronage five to six of the rooms public.unoccupied There; HUE.ESSEX COMPAN; WWREC.M. the President:.. b r ka_ a-

ji'l" voice! There was but one in the HallS and Caps; several of,the same with fire places. The Moose M. for'Cotton SACHTJSETTS, eeonte a order JOHN WILSON,

; S -.I wide" world that could -OlIlI'ililiint! Sadlery;. : is within one hundred and fifty yards of the Post and and Woolen Machinery Mills from all ,Commisioner of Vie General Land .Office. S '
I '<) here he Office and wharves. The is kind wi contrct the a
&;mamma, is, said Minnie as Furniture V undersigned Agent steam engine to the finishing -aa
; ma
I ; : :.*Wtrideto close the door. 'I 1 Srfe n/MCtt'aonrhonioC<)aoh and< two horse chine. Steam Saw -
certainly Glass and Earthenware Mis"for or single
, 0 Crockery, ; Hack MaiUnee.both leaving for Ocala semiweek'ly. gangs NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION
t didn't lull him,' mid she began to lob laws. Macbinlst' every description CLArNT
pileOUsljr. Hardware and,Cutlery; futber particulars apply at the offices of Freight Cars Every entitled to the right
Machinery of all person pre
the Jacksonville
,_ Republican and News. .
I Ware
a 'Ernest!' ; ", JAMES ASKEW. kinds on hand either finished' or In progress, so emption to any of the tracts of land to be
. l were simple Wooden are; Palatka, January 8, 1852. tf. that'orden can he filled in short. notice. offered for sale ,within the townships and
words much flr Terms
o conrey so meaning. 'Your Tin Ware > are'veI1ow.
, I 'hokbanj, Agnes,, is be dead! Why do I ; ? New Grocery and Provision Store.' a Persons Mills will be'furnished fractional townshipsabove? enumerated, is
Cordage; : ; < with for arranging the Mills, without required to establish the', same tothe, ,satisfaction .
-fiDel vou. here Sb hook her bead anduJtued ., .
? ,
; having taken the
. char. of the Register and'Receiver. of the "
-. deadjinaje... Drugs and Medicines; buading.on Bay St., formerly occupied by .MCKAY,Agent properLand and a "
Office,1 making
Si M\Vhartheii !' said Ernest, drawing himself Paints and Oils 'AIsop & Hours, would invite the attention of purchasers T .__ paymentth'erelor a .
; Vw a
'I (
op, as if be were: already! called to ", to thei general assortment of Circuit. Court,Eastern Circuit soon as pracicatleaalter seeing .
4 upon Liquors &c. &c. lrgeand .,
her t' Groceries, &consisting part Florida this noticetl and>before the day:appoint t for
; t i Daral
It 'P'OUd Which they offer CHEAP VCR CASH.Being contineedihat or '.. Countyi f' tbe commencement ',of the public sale of tbe Leonard's, Yeastjjowc
# (_ -j .'Dead(tome,'said Agnes,la a|ow roice. the only way for a merchant to sell Fl*ur.. Fulton 1larkL Beef. Butter. James ( claimed ,
, .f.i.JEr -ea1l1tnok rrOID.1118, pocket,the'i mall Goods cheap U to adopt the cash system'', they Corn M .5 Pork Lard, -: 'Jands embracing the'Jract This Powder>an admtraM tit .
; 1. erooch. *'Yoo must hare suffered much ere will hereafter tell for CASH OJIL Y.: ',rusting that ,Pic Sh' Chees Joseph )McDonald'w} such clttui1 t b%forfeited. for Yiiszin making Bread .'*wi : .

,. ..i.yoa would hare parted; With ihiAgnes; .j an examination of our merchandise;and prices Ma' ,"' I. ltog r : .:uf :tj-i jOtIWILON, kinds of Batter hU ti* *
' ,
will convince oar customers that the cash system RIC' Cbiceliarn of the General Land Office Cakea.nJn .2
; "It hai,told me a *ileut tale ulaisery that B :11 Commiune Ww* '
4 is more for their benefit than our own.we Invite. In Sdes& .. Yantage over & ,
Soulder. olph
l l will! not Pto'yow heart to echo.I ask you i them to call on us. .', : ( ,WIDe.a8I of the In this reside no. __ _.al 14t perfectly llgnl and. Teadrfpr>ifcS tt| :"
a r'him. hi MOODYk-BOTEft, I to luaiU Deendats 'aul beyond the ', ., ; ..,I. klzed B&ckwfceat.* ..
iiotol ) enough, for me that he is! 1 I' ,; CUdlei Uqul. Stt.but United StatetOn -: a instant it" is- i
October"14th.1852... ., 8m f LbsiI. ,' JUD WASII AND DOORS.--A .
j a Sp a4 J )ttotioa Solicitor large otherC&kesLvbea.iindft.FithtMsm. '-
.ttU4 liyinf,5hiley are,wafierinj here. I IwilL a Sgan. for CoraPROM'S
P&ints; OUIa &o.WhIcb "of'R/JrmaD' :. .assortment. of'WindowiSashiand'Pane] t.1I
rfjlAPIOi it i .tlai.O
U.u-t\cuM bfm 1 n )'our prC'8tDU. But Agnes:I. J. H. H, BOURS; 5ehloWOcA1 ,- _z publication iavaome notice 'be riven by Doors;.of various met.'-For sal*ky' I ;. di1agee *' .
4 y tl.. eire ",lAME HAAM, hfthars'tbocemdewitb.. '! ,; i'ltom

,.Uf c Jort'o .J.YOUj :most J leare this NOTtARPUBLI\ ,; et for nab;t I'" tbemll"s, pUcb.e ht&e ., the laid Joseph. Do ali to- SBak'abd f_--b'.O.I. J n' VIN! :sn&t' ri 1 .t "fi .

; I _retcbfcll'Iaer'Ja'd, h':1ooktd'6rlt at,her, ,,3.A.CKSO.NVILJ.EiE/FtAtft 'j them on .r. I'1 a 4\ the said .'. bill with in'fo anetner, ., ?, .. ,-. '.;m' i.f, t:1' n.m of.- ,
}<; jezittobuysretqduruhseofthem.. .. ,i oth.nriieial5.bW'ih L 1 a t.
; h 'then atlb JmiiHrabe! j ,. a n be taken 'pr confesso wn tefirely
'surroiindings : a a
; ; a : I". WAYEB.a & CO OEANGARDEN8EDS.a.-JiaI: i\, r1' 7dea t.
: SA AGO1{ :CKJai..; R A ; against them j and that this order be' rea4 .
_. JYottf lather, agnes does be ktop1 tbu1 ; : \ aoavhlhaI'oy, IS : .' as,aforesaid, : 'published ceiyej- &!Choie selection'ot a Etraoiz.us a ., -- ;, ....:
; "
: t for IUJJ'ftq 'k
'JI.P..IU.rl.7., 5wekaeon5eCuUvel7 ;
: oo'
LUb4tilIhisoit: : ; "'h" '. ?? ; to GAEDRJI SKRDS, and. for Sol.by, ;'; r B1ODGOODBOUtsa
'tMaboveJuhecelyt4bl' 1, montlJ u : a' ,. :,,'" ; ; ; i
j ; OB ) a LtMSaIANUAM .
J. D at the Flo _'
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